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

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Does Not Circulate PUBLIC L BRARY •SIQUCHTON, MASS. §2072 SHS KNIGHT MAY, 1977 So Long, Seventy-Seven . . . ... Scm ' ors deserve more privileges because iJe CLfe +Kc- oldest . . . rnosl respons»b €. . no 5+ r oA Good Luck, Seniors ■froiv — SHS KNIGHT SWff - PAGE 2 SHS KNIGHT, an SHS Publication, pub- lished by and for the students and faculty af Stoughton High School, Stoughton, Massachusetts, 02072. THE SENIOR FINALE is a combined publication of THE KNIGHT and the STOTONIAN, Volume 25 combined issues 11-15, May 1977. The SHS KNIGHT has been awarded a FIRST-PLACE AWARD by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association in the annual newspaper judging competition. The following is a list (as complete as we can make it) of individuals who were in- volved in the preparation and production of the award-winning KNIGHT of 197«- 1977. NEWS Ron Azevedo ' 77, Chris Boyatzis ' 77, Don Brady ' 77, Chuck Breen ' 79, Debbie Brennan ' 77, Beth Callanan ' 77, Bobby Campbell ' 77, Janet Clifford ' 78, Marci Cohen ' 78, Cathy Dacey ' 78, Bob DiMatteo ' 77, Judy Gallagher ' 78, Keith Hemion ' 77, Keith Howard ' 78, Joyce Livingstone ' 77, Marie Miller ' 77, Sue Mooney ' 78, Mary Szum ' 77, Larry Thomas ' 77, Marianne Tobin ' 77, Donna Toomey ' 77, Tom Uniacke ' 77, Sally Valadao ' 77, Karen Walsh ' 80. OPINIONS Carolyn Benson ' 79, Virginia Brankly ' 77, Steve Field ' 77, Lynda Lebiedz ' 77, Eric Maltman ' 77, Lesa McGarvey ' 77, Mark Rodrigues ' 77. FEATURES Alisa Aronson ' 78, Thomas A. Cooper ' 78, Barbara Carlsen ' 77, Jane DeVito ' 78, Mike Franklin ' 79, Steve Small ' 77, Beverly Smith ' 78, Terri Silva ' 77, Sharon Stetson ' 78. SPORTS Jan Blomstrom ' 79, Chris Boyatzis ' 77, Ed Brazaitis ' 78, Mike DePalma ' 78, Lynn Dostoomian ' 77, Ed Heggie ' 77, Walter Jennings ' 77, Terry Leoffler ' 80, Francine Lima ' 80, Lynda Tyer ' 80. PHOTOGRAPHY Don Brady ' 77, Barbara Carlsen ' 77, Kathy Clough ' 77, Diane Doherty ' 78, Judy McGibbon ' 77, Mark Paneicco ' 78, Greg Shelley ' 79, Mario Teixeira ' 78. ART Andrea Anastas ' 78, Alisa Aronson ' 78, Julie Aronson ' 77, Lois Lurie ' 78, Eric Maltman ' 77, Sharon Stetson ' 78, Barbara White ' 77. LAYOUT Alisa Aronson ' 78, Cathy Dacey ' 78, Jane DeVito ' 78, Judith Gallagher ' 78, Sally Valadao ' 77. BUSINESS: Beth Callanan ' 77, Carol Drum ' 78, Tom Uniacke ' 77. EDITORS Editor-in-Chief: 1976-77, Alisa Aronson ' 78,-1975-76, Sally Valadao ' 77— Editor, Senior Finale: Barbara Carlsen ' 77 — News Editor, Judith Gallagher ' 78 — Sports Editor, Michael DePalma ' 78 — Business Manager, Carol Drum ' 78. Advisor: Sumner Tapper TYPING Jennifer Cabral, Kerrie Hanna, Sally Kosinski, Kathy Martell, Donna Toomey SPECIAL THANKS TO . . . Dr. Peter Sperandio, principal, and Mr. Frank Coen, Coordinator, English for their support in helping us publish a quality publication; to Miss MaryAnn Buckley and Mrs. Patricia Reidy, and their typing classes in helping out when typing was desperately needed; to Mrs. Winifred Sly, English Department secretary for her continuing assistance; to Mr. Frank Maioli and Mr. George Blackwell for aid in photography; and to Mr. James Callanan of Harwich Lithograph for his " graphic arts " advice. MAY. 1977 SHS KNIGHT PAGE 3 She fey Soncranf . CARTOON CORNER Julie Aronson . . . Barbara Vihife, .11 MAY p t Hit! PAGE 4 SHS KNIGHT MAY. 1977 OPEN FORUM: POINTS OF VIEW A Final Word I realize what you ' re about to read seems like a crock of " bull, " but I feel it must be said, so please bear with me. Speaking on behalf of my fellow seniors I would like to thank SHS for a rewarding four years. With a class the size of ours (431 students) it is difficult for the needs of every student to be filled. Guidance counselors, teachers and other faculty members have donated much time both during and after school to our individual needs. Students have gained much from their efforts. The opportunity for help was available; it is hoped every student took advantage of it. A senior leaving Stoughton High has learned much about himself and silent meditation. Even if you hated the school, at least you now know what to avoid in life. A president also learns how to use his head. And, SHS, give us credit, too. Our actors, actresses, athletes, musicians and classroom clowns have kept you enter- tained these past four years. Our false- alarm pullers have shown they ' re human when the weather is right. At no time did the school have to go out in the rain or snow. Also, I have never heard anyone complain about getting a stale Swiss Roll. I hear many students clamour and moan about how they can ' t wait to leave. As I write this, we are all counting down the days, hours, and minutes until that final bell. High school has been the best bargain yet, but from now on the party is over and we have to go to work, or at least I think we ' re supposed to. School has not been all fun however. Miss Hamilton, Mr. LaVelle, Mr. Nassise and others have challenged our tolerance; and the school lunches have challenged our digestive systems but through it all we ' ve come out all right. We ' ve made some very good friends here and we are taking away some great memories of Stoughton High. May the rewarding times never stop! Mark Rodrigues President, Class of 1977 No Smoking at SHS One year has passed since the no smoking regulation began at Stoughton High School. Time flies when you ' re having fun? One year since the (accidental?) fire alarms rang continuously during E-hour. Since lunches were left on tables in the abandoned caf or brought out on the lawn for improvised picnics. Remember when mobs congregated out in the streets, chanting militantly: " The Good Old Days ' ? " For 12 months, students who couldn ' t hold it any longer had to venture into the smokey, crowded world of the basements. No need to waste a cigarette, just try to breathe. Guaranteed to contract cancer within one short year. Aside from infringing upon students ' rights to use the facilities, the bathroom smoking circles are causing a lot of static between teachers and students. Teachers assigned to " basement duty " are abused by students and resented by students who desire to go to the bathroom without being under the scrutinizing eyes of teachers. What better time than the first an- niversary of the switch of smoking from courtyard to basements to make another change? Stronger enforcement of the no-smoking rule, (Ha! Ha!) at Stoughton High won ' t work. It will just cause more student unrest and more embarrassing, televised incidents on Pearl Street. Making smoking legal again and moving it back outside, though it will satisfy the students, will not solve the problem at all. It has been tried before and failed miserably. Smoking was banned because students were " smoking things other than tobac- co. " Well, it ' s still going on, as anyone who walks through E-building, C-lst, and other secluded areas of the school can tell you. Obviously, non of the problems the school committee proposed to solve were solved by the ban on smoking. Though some mertibers of the admin- istration may have visions of saving students from the evils of tobacco, it is a fact that some students will smoke. You can make smoking unlawful; you can slap their nicotine stained fingertips; you can even suspend them; but it won ' t stop them from smoking. Smoking should be allowed at Stoughton High School, but it must be controlled. Courtyard and patio smoking areas were taken advantage of by students and it is doubtful these rights will ever be returned to the students. But other alternatives are available. One idea is to have a set-up somewhat like the " smoking rooms " in colleges. These would be places where all the students who desire smoke-filled lungs could go. Of course, these would have to be watched by teachers, perhaps those that enjoy smoking, to satisfy the administra- tive concern that nothing but tobacco will be smoked. Naturally, some students will insist on smoking in the basements, just as they did when the courtyard patio areas were open to them. This idea won ' t solve all the problems of the smoking issue at SHS but it will at least leave the basements to be used as they were intended. Susan Mooney ' 78 Health Fair Makes Debut When do you go to the doctor? When you ' re ill? When your mother makes you go? Stoughton High seniors learned that preventive medicine is just as important as curative medicine at the First Annual Health Fair on May 4. The first event of the day was a film on Hypertension, or high blood pressure. The film was followed by a blood pressure clinic. Students could have their pressures checked free of charge. If a student ' s pressure was high, he was referred to his doctor. If you saw someone have a heart attack, would you know how to keep him alive until he could be brought to a doctor? Seniors who attended John Fallon ' s (Stoughton Fire Dept.) program on cardio- pulmonary resuscitation would. Mr. Fallon demonstrated CPR to the audience on dummies complete with heart, blood, and inflatable lungs. Senior girls were shown films on the importance of the Pap test and breast self- examination. The girls were given a quiz to see how much they knew about breast c ancer. Mrs. Genevieve Glennon, RN, went over the quiz with the girls, most of whom scored well. The American Cancer Society was one of many organizations that presented booths with pamphlets and short films in the gym. Students who smoked could test the carbon monoxide level of their breath. A display of lungs with cancer and emphysema was enough to make most people think about quitting smoking. Mr. James Gormley (Soc. Stud.) and Dr. Margaret Sorenson (Science), who organized the Fair, hope to continue it each year so that all the students will know the importance of health care. Lesa McGarvey ' 77 MAY. 1977 SHS KNIGHT Stoughton Beauties Oh, yes, we come in all combinations. Label us according to your own unique classification. Some are pretty; other are ugly. Still others we label fair, homely, and beautiful. We all try to be decent in our appearance even if we lack cosmetic surgery. Some of us get up at the crack of dawn, and begin to prepare for our facial operation. We start with a pure, clean, innocent face. That ' s the one we try to avoid, better known as ours. Some of us tend to tape a paperbag over our mirrors, for fear of the ultimate thrill of having to participate in the " creature feature " tryouts. We move out from the realistic world, turning the pages ot a " Glamour " magazine. We believe that we are that cover girl with the perfect teeth and nice smile. Deep in our hearts, we know we have a dentist appointment that could lead to mouth malfunction. Our combinations vary from glamourous girl to that unfashion- able broad. Stamped by company (boys ' ) labels, we are passed through group inspection. They say some of us " have it " and some of us " don ' t. " Which one do we qu alify for? Both. Stoughton High girls are the perfect example. Some of us need detailed work on how to apply the cover girl image. To make sure we capture the essence of it all, we flip the pages for the directions and try to follow each word step by step. We began to form an imaginary look at ourselves, believing we come close to a cover girl image. Some boys think it ' s passable. There are so many varieties. It ' s like having a split personality. During our observation of others, we notice how different we look from them. It ' s an inconvenient multi-pack of insecure feelings. The girl who wishes to be glamorous goes home and paints herself as if Halloween was an everyday event. She who prefers to wear nothing relating to her face may feel great, health-wise, but she lucks out on " What are you doing tonight? " or " Do you want to go to the movies? " While the other girls are swamped by the attracted eye of a male. Then there ' s always the one caught in the middle of it all. She usually ends up envying both sides of the matter. Here ' s where the contest begins. You ' ll notice how great the competition is, when its Glamours against the Healthy Homely. Naturally Glamour wins. She is the most popular and best liked. But how does she score as an individual? We know how the story goes from this point. The sad Healthy Homely puts herself down and turns on to a magazine image. The wrong thing to do is to make a " switch your appearance " decision. If you feel you ' re really unbearable and want to go out for dog chow commercials treat yourself to a specialist: you. yourself. Make a list of what you like and don ' t like, then work with it. You ' re bound to look better. And for those of you, who are satisfied with what you have and thankful like me, you will find there is no contest because you are a winner. An Ex-Cover Girl PAGE 5 In Response 4?? OPU U)ILL G€T Ai AV F0tOA IT ALL f ft In my opinion whoever wrote the article on jocks should have had the guts and common decency to sign his her name. In the first place, no one person has the right to put down another group unless that person is above criticism. The point that person tries to make is that once jocks leave the school they are just another face in the crowd. Well, once any person leaves this school he she is just another face in the crowd also. It does not matter if you ' re a jock, freak, drama person, or a member of any other group. The point I am trying to make is directed to the person who wrote the article. I ask you, what gives you the right to criticize others and give others advice? In my opinion you are high on yourself, much more high than any jocks I know. I feel sorry for you because in my opinion you are suffering from a serious in- feriority complex. You must put down others and give them ad- vice to make yourself look " bigger. " Well, this may lead to a problem for you in the future and I hope you can control it. Also I would like to know what the " must-have-cool walk " looks like, and also the sprint leg stand. If you have any self pride and guts you will give those of us who are less fortunate than you in knowing about these matters a demonstration of how to act cool lik6 3 jock I hope this puts an end to the " put down another group " type of column because it is not worth the trouble it causes. Jerry Galizio ' 77 V e ' ve got a but no Abril o no vers Anadon River Andrews Julie Bailey Barnum Barer Yogi Barros Wheel Bishop Cardinal Blum Grapes Blye Captain Boc Ernie Brady Bunch Brooks Streams Brown Charlie Bruce Lenny Burnie Bridget Cain Mayonaisse Callanan Tunnel Campbell Soup Carl Marx Carrol Christmas Carter Peanuts Christopher Columbus Churchill Winston Clarke Kent Cummings Goings Daily Weekly Divine Holy Doody Howdy Ferandes Market Frank Beans Franklin Ben Gardener Plumber Gilbert 0 ' Sullivan Gill Fish Haley Comet Hanna Barbara Uo ' V A. nxz V c but no Hoffman Dustin Holmes Sherlock Hudson River Jordan River Kennedy Edward Kilday Doctor King- Queen Lane Lover ' s Leef Erickson Lennon Sisters Livingstone Stanley Lyons Tigers Mann Woman Manson Family Miller Beer Moody Blues Uelson Ozzie I ess Monster North South Patrick Saint Perry Mason Peter Rabbit Phillips Screwdriver Palmer Arnold Price Tag Rodger ' s Hajnmerstein Shaw Robert Shipps Boats Thomas Muffin Tracey Dick Troy Helen of Turner Ike or Tina Welch Grape Juice West East Woody wood Pecker PAGE 6 SHS KNIGHT MAY 1977 Mario Teixeira ' 78 Patricia Leclaire Teixeira Takes StuC Helm student Council elections were held on Friday, May 6. Results are as follows: Mario Teixeira ' 78, president; Mark Conti ' 78, vice president; Gail Klim ' 79, recording secretary; Rose Ann Zucco ' 79, corresponding secretary; Mary Savino ' 78, treasurer. The At-Large Advisory Board member is Teixeira. Tricia LeClaire ' 78 is Regional Board representative. Each class also selected a student advisory board member. Mary Savino was selected from the Class of 1978, Sue W yndham ' 79, and Jeanne O ' Neil ' 80. Judy Gallagher ' 78 NEWS IN BRIEF Junior Prom The Junior Prom was held at the Ridder Country Club, Whitman, on Friday, April 22. Roast beef was the main course. Music was provided by Crystal City. Their bandleader selected Kelly Lyons as Queen of the Prom. Her court included Renee Roche, Mary Savino, Susan Nichols, Christine Mann, and Cathy Murphy. Miss Kathleen Crimmins, junior class advisor, was given a dozen roses in appreciation of her efforts. Judy Gallagher ' 78 Finals Schedule Mon. 6 20 Tue. 6 21 Wed. 6 22 Thu. 6 23 On June 23, 8-10 Per A Per C Per E Per G 10:11-10:30, Period 10:15-12:15 Per B Per D Per F C, followed by Periods D, E, B, A. Film Club Laurel and Hardy. ..W.C.Fields ... These are a few of the many stars featured by the Stoughton High Film Club, whose purpose is to let people see some of these interesting old films. At the same time the film club hopes to provide an alternative for students with early outs. Mr. Robert Kellogg (Math) advises the club, which meets every Wednesday in D- 207. Officers are Mike Coffin, president, Greg Stenstrom, secretary; and Kevin Spinalee, treasurer. Though no dues structure has been set up as yet, the money that will be collected will go to renting films and purchasing group tickets for films. Right now the members of the club just watch the films. " One big problem, " Mr. Kellogg says, " is that the club can ' t get the films it wants and has to settle for third choices. This is because the films are free and orders come late or are taken by paying customers. " According to Mr. Kellogg, the club welcomes either full time members who take an active part or associate members who just watch the films. " Suggestions on films to be shown are always welcome, " he adds. Karen Walsh ' 80 Chess Club Peter Howe ' 79 has been elected president of the Stoughton High Chess Club. Peter, who is current team captain, recently came in sixth in the South Shore Inter-Scholastic Individuals Tournament. The Tournament is made up of the two top players of each school in the league. Kevin Spingler ' 79 has been elected to the post of secretary-treasurer of the chess club. Larry Thomas, outgoing Chess Club president, is graduating this year. Cheerleading Twenty girls have been selected for next year ' s cheering squad according to Ms. Cathy Gallagher, advisor. Ten girls were selected for the soccer and hockey squad and ten were selected for the football and basketball squad. The tryouts were held May 3 in the high school gym. The tryouts consisted of a series of jumps, one original cheer and two school cheers. Girls chosen for the hockey and soccer squad were Loretta Powers, Alice Mc- Avoy, Nancy Gearin, Lisa Francioso, Gail Klim, JoAnn Lyons, Jackie Barry, Ellie Rovner, Karolyn LeClaire, and Tricia King. The football and basketball cheering squad consists of Mary Kelleher, Denise DePalma, Joy Rosenblatt, Judy Flaherty, Julie Weber, Patty Hickey, Lea Bran- caccio, Terri Stewart, Joanne Klim, and Tricia LeClaire. Nancy Sperandio ' 77 Commencement Week Wednesday, June 1,9a.m. Marching rehearsal. Auditorium; 8 p.m.. Class Night; seniors wear caps gowns, report to homerooms at 7:30 p.m. (Caps and gowns will be distributed between 10-12:30 p.m. science supply room, E-1, near weather stations; payment must be made before gowns are picked up. Thursday, June 2, 9 a.m. Marching rehearsal, auditorium. Senior report cards distributed. All seniors must be present. Friday. June 3, 9 a.m., final rehearsal, if needed, auditorium. 6 p.m., Commencement Exercises, football field. In case of weather cancellation, following schedule will apply: Saturday 2 or 6; Sunday, 2 on football field; finally, Sunday at 7 in auditorium (red ticket needed); cafeteria for blue ticket holders. MAY, 1977 SHS KNIGHT PAGE 7 New Dean • • Required Course . . Credit Count Sophs Must Now Take Career Course More Credits Needed For Graduation To make better use of school and education and " to prepare Stoughton High Students for life after high school, " Dr. Guy A. Tardanico, Coordinator of Occupational Education, has proposed a new career and occupation education program. The program, approved by the School Committee, will go into effect in September. The new sequential program will begin the sophomore year and will be required of all students. The sophomores must take a one- semester course for two periods per week. Dr. Tardanico says, " The instructional content of this course is developed around the need for students to be made cognizant of their options and opportunities in the World of Work. " Occupational testing, occupational guidance and the delib- erate use of an occupational resource center will provide the student with knowledge of self as well as providing the basis for making informed, natural choices relative to career goals and aspirations. " In the nth grade the program will become optional. The student may choose the second level if he so desires. The privilege of leaving school to work will only be permitted in special cases to students, such as those who already have jobs related to their career objectives, chosen in the previous year ' s program. In the senior year, the course will again be optional. The requirements of this level would be to maintain a career-related job for which the student would be excused at 12:30. Sponsors of the new courses hope they will allow the student to choose a career in high school and therefore provide him her with the necessary background for it. The student would then be able to center all of his other courses around his career goal. " If successful, the course would provide a solid basis for par- ticipating students to experiment and determine a career, " Dr. Tardanico concluded. Lynda Lebiedz ' 77 Name Twomey To New Job, Dean of Students If you ' re a freshman this year, you can expect to have to earn 95 credits for graduation — 15 more than what ' s now needed. If you ' re a sophomore, you ' ll need 88, and if you ' re a junior, you ' ll need only two more, 82. If you are irked by the increase, consider the class of 1981, who will need 100 credits. The credit requirement increase was proposed to the School Committee by Dr. Sperandio and approved on March 17. The new plan will hopefully curb absenteeism from classes, which is partially due to a student ' s ability to fail four or five classes during four years, and still graduate. Under the new plan, Dr. Sperandio says a student can fail only two or three courses, which will " hopefully cause students to realize that they can no longer afford to fail courses. " Any nervousness over the increase should be eased. Dr. Sperandio says, because " the increase in the credit requirement is proportional to the increase in the work requirements and their credit value. A course will receive a credit for each period it meets. For example, gym will receive two credits instead of one. " If a student can ' t graduate, it ' s not because he can ' t. It ' s because he won ' t. The students only want to pass enough to get by. " Mr. Albert J. Twomey has been named as Dean of Students at Stoughton High. This is a new position. Mr. Twomey, known as " Tuck " during his playing and coaching days at Stoughton High, is presently assistant principal of the junior high. As Dean of Students he will be respon- sible for supervising programs at the high school involving security and discipline. Among some of the things which affect students at the high school will be his role in discipline and attendance of students. Mr. Twomey will also have responsibility in the area of student governance and building security. " Tuck " Twomey, a graduate of SHS in 1939, was considered one of the top athletes who graduated from the school. He was a four-letter man, starring in all sports. Following graduation, he starred at Boston College. A stay with the Pittsburgh Steelers of the NFL was followed by his appointment to the SHS faculty of the high school. For ten years Coach Twomey was one of the " winningest " coaches in high school football, as his teams compiled enviable records. When he stepped down as coach, he was named Director of Athletics in which position he served until he went to the junior high a little less than a decade ago. C. Boyatzis ' 77 Columbia Contest Knight Stoughton High ' s newspaper, The Knight, won first place honors for the third consecutive year in the Columbia Scholastic Journalism Contest, considered the most prestigious award for scholastic journalism in the country. Every issue of the paper must be sub- mitted and is graded and given a specific number of points on every aspect of writing, editing, publishing and produc- tion. The highest number of points is 1,000 and The Knight was awarded 902. The issues judged were published from January through December, 1976. Editors were Sally Valadao ' 77 and Alisa Aronson ' 78. Tom Uniacke ' 77 Newly elected Student Council officers include (seated) Roseanne Zucco ' 79, corresponding secretary; Gail Klim ' 79, recording secretary; Mark Conti ' 78, vice- president: Mary Savino ' 78, treasurer; (standing) Mario Teixeira ' 78, president; Mr. Anthony Sarno, advisor. PAGE 8 SHS KNIGHT MAY, 1977 " Don ' t Drink the Water, " hilarious comedy by Woody Allen will go upon Friday and Saturday, May 27-28. In a recent visit to a rehearsal we captured some of the play ' s principals; Judy Mc- Gibbon ' 77, John Hurley ' 78, Diane Cameron ' 80, Debbie Heeley ' 79, Bob Stack ' 77. The Class of 1977 wound up its social calendar (except for commencement activities) with a final dance and a final car- wash. Above, Bill Sievers is dancing - but with whom? Our keen staff says it ' s Kathy Clough, but since Kathy is recorded as the one who took the picture, we really don ' t know whom Billy ' s dancing with. (Actually, it ' s Nancy Randall) The curtain will go up on May 27 on this setting. Performers are Bob Stack, John Hurley, and Debbie Heeley. (Photo: Judy McGlbbon) Here ' s another one taken by Kathy. That ' s Jim Bertram facing the camera. Who Is his partner? Juniors who were elected to National Honor Society recently included (seated) Cindy Ness, Joan Letson, Rolf Ruben, Dean Rapoza, Mario Teixeira, Bob Flaherty, Eric Bam- berg; (standing) Margaret Sano, Marggie St. George, Lauren Stickler, Bill Flaherty, Andrea Brawders, Cathy DiGiampietro, Alisa Aronson, Connie Palmer, Bev Barry, Joanne Klim, Debra Fergus. Newly installed juniors to National Honor Society are (seated) Alison Kelly, Joni Blatt, Peter Galanis, Kevin McCarthy, Jeanne Kolinski, Kelly Lyons, Ron Garber; (standing) Cheryl Alconada, Jane-Ellen Tamul, Luanne Boyle, Linda Prey, Joan Coughlin, Clare Hanley, Steve Bunson, Mike Alfano, Mike Bedard. O.K., Kathy, you win this one. We can identify this one - That ' s Bob Stack holding the money, and what he ' s holding is some pictures of Washington and some of Lincoln. Right? Junior Prom (Class of 1978) Queen and Court: Mary Savino, Susan Nichols, Queen Kelly Lyons, Renee Roche, Cathy Murphy, LeAnn Britto, Christine Mann. Junior Prom - - April 22, 1977 Our table-hopping photographer catches Diane McLaughlin, Joe Sestito, Brian McHugh, and Cherylanne Sestito. Junior Prom Is not only for eating but for dancing. (Foreground) Mike Kramer and Patty McCarthy; (background) Mary Theresa Kelleher. Junior Class officers and escorts at the Junior Prom are Debbie Driscoll, vice-president (Chris Pernock), Judy Gallagher, president (Doug Lewis); Joanne Huber, secretary (Mark Bagtaz), Margaret Sano, treasurer (Steve Carter). That final dance! Jerry Keier and Beverly Barry. MAY, 1977 SHS KNIGHT PAGE 11 Senior Class Car .Wash Lancaster (Pennsylvania) Visit Rub-a-dub-dub is the chant of Mike Bishop as he does his bit for the senior carwash. (Photo: Clough) Miss Judith Hamilton (English) with her Lancaster coun- terpart, Mrs. Joan Kochel. The students from Pennsylvania reciprocated the recent visit by students in the humanities program. (Photo: Mark Panciocco) Several " lasting " friendships seem to have resulted from the exchange of (Photo: Panciocco) Kevin Whittihgton gives that last polishing rub at the Senior Carwash. (Photo: Clough) A307 was like an airport terminal as the Lancaster visitors and their luggage gathered there for fond (and tearful) good-byes. Photo: Mark Panciocco) PAGE 12 SHS KNIGHT MAY, 1977 Reviewing Stand Features and Fancies Movie Scenes " Bound for Glory " Woody Guthrie was one of America ' s greatest folk song composers. His songs powerfully captured the feeling of America during the Depression of the 1930 ' s. His songs such as " This Land is Your Land " are familiar to many Americans, yet most are unaware of what he or his life was Uke. This may soon change as a result of the movie " Bound for Glory. " Based on Guthrie ' s autobiography of the same name, it stars David ( " Kung-Fu " ) Carradine and was directed by Hal Ashby. The movie is not so much a picture of Guthrie as it is a picture of the Depression. The " Dustbowl " of the Midwest, the hobo jungles, soup kitchens, and migrant labor camps are all shown as parts of the desperate period in American history that Guthrie grew out of and sang about. Forced to leave his home in the dried-out town of Pampa, Texas, Guthrie hitchhikes his way to California where he hopes to find work and send for his wife and two children whom he left in Pampa. He thinks that California will be a " Garden of Eden, " but when he gets there he is disillusioned and angered by the migrant labor camps where thousands of hungry men, women and children wait pitifully for work that will give them a few pennies a day. He becomes involved with attempting to organize unions, and as he becomes more famous he continues to write and sing songs that praise the working man, advocate unionism, and condemn the labor bosses and politicans. Carradine is excellent as the witty, kindhearted Guthrie. Because he doesn ' t try to imitate Woody ' s singing, he avoids those inevitable comparisons, and his own singing suits Woody ' s music and the movie perfectly. Melinda Dillon is also good as Woody ' s troubled wife. " Bound for Glory " doesn ' t concentrate much on Woody ' s family life; it is well known that he was an irresponsible father and husband, often inclined to taking spur of the moment trips without telling anyone where he was going. Instead, the movie concentrates on his spirit, his philosophy and his songs. He was a man who believed in the common man, and he was always willing to stand up for his principles. The movie succeeds in showing this important aspect of his personality, but moreoever it succeeds in showing the experiences that inspired his music. Alisa Aronson 78 A Star Is Born A movie is a movie is a movie is a movie. artificial, it is a moving story of " one love that is shared by two. " Chris Kristofferson plays the role of a burnt-out rock star (John Norman Howard) who, tired of fame and fortune, attempts to break the monotony and breaks a few bones in the process. Esther Hauffman, played by Barbara Streisand, is a rising star with extraordinary talent. It is in a bar one evening, while performing in front of many people, that Esther ' s career as a singer begins. Hearing her sing, Johnny is convinced that her future is promising, and he arranges for a record- ing session. Like their love, Esther ' s glory is shared by two with one exception. Johnny does not want her to be treated like he was and strikes out at everyone, causing Esther great pain. During this time, he undergoes a radical change. He begins to compose quiet songs with more meaningful lyrics. One such song is " With One More Look At You, " which he wrote especially for Esther a short time before his tragic death. Throughout the film, the musical theme helps to support the idea of the phony world of a star. Yet, it also supports the theme of the great joy received from performing in front of people and knowing that they love you. This is revealed by Barbara ' s enthusiasm and the love that the viewer feels when she sings her songs. The acting on everyone ' s part was ex- cellent and the people were well suited for their parts. I feel that Barbara supported This is how I felt until I viewed " A Star Is Progressive Jazz is the new sound on the scene and it is becoming quite popular with a large number of rock and soul music listeners. Progressive Jazz and Jazz Rock are the two new types of Jazz that have been changed, altered and modified. Pro- gressive Jazz introduces a more compli- cated soynd with many different patterns within a song. Jazz Rock blends the two styles together eliminating the lyrics replacing them with instrumental solos. The performers in this area of music are the best quality musicians in America. Such musicians as Stanley Clarke on bass (both electric and acoustic) and Chick Corea on all types of keyboards lead a group of talented musicians just starting to get recognition. George Benson, the Jazz guitarist of the year had one of the most popular and best selling albums in America this year called Brezin. This album and many other fine musicians the film and complemented Chris on the screen. I was touched by the film and cried intensely during the scene after Johnny ' s death when Esther hears him singing and goes running downstairs, only to find a tape recorder playing. She begins to sob incessantly and rips the tape out of the recorder while saying, " You lied to me... You ' re a God-damn liar John Nor- man. " After this violent display of emotion she says, " I ' m sorry Johnny; they ' re were just so many things I wanted to tell you. " That ' s what hit me the most. Another scene which is packed with emotion is after Esther and John have a fight. She keeps saying she hates him and hitting him, while he hugs her and tells her he loves her. To me, this showed his in- tense love for her. After seeing the movie twice, I can better understand the meaning of the film, the way each character acted, and why it began in the way it did. However, I think that I would change the beginning slightly because most people have had difficulty getting oriented. Another objection I have is the language in the film. It is not the vulgarity that bothered me, but rather the fact that it took away from the ef- fectiveness of the film. On the other hand, it did underline Johnny ' s personality and life style. If it weren ' t for the fact that I would cry so much, I would go to see the movie a lot more. I also greatly enjoyed the music in the film and especially love the theme song " Evergreen. " Carolyn Benson ' 79 arriving on the scene have helped Jazz make a comeback with the real listeners of music, the youth and young adults. A lot of the modern Jazz is all-electric. Every type of instrument is being turned electric like the violin which is played very well by Jean-Lu-Ponty. Eddie Harris plays an electric saxophone; even drums have been turned electric. This all creates a new and different type of sound that has caught on with some but it will take a long time to get a good pro- portion of Rock and Soul listeners. But then again this music isn ' t for everybody. It ' s for those who enjoy getting into the music we hear and enjoying the crafts- manship that the musician displays. The type of sound he produces and the things he can do are remarkable. He is taking the listener to a place he ' s never been and hoping he enjoys the ride to a new type of music. Edward Heggie ' 77 Jazz Is Back MAY, 1977 SHS KNIGHT PAGE 13 Mrs. Kathryn Warren before and after. Made-up photo by Mr. F.E. Maioli; inset by Barbara Carlsen. A Witch? Mr. Joseph Chamberlain poses before and after. (Remarks about which is which not accepted.) Guess who? Is it the Mona Lisa and Rip Van Winkle? Would you believe Mrs. Kathryn Warren and Mr. Joseph Cham- berlain? Their true spirits appeared in the Suspense and Horror classes through the talents of Brian Gardner, a 1974 Stoughton High graduate. Brian, a self-taught make-up artist, made it possible for students to call Mrs. Warren a real witch and Mr. Chamberlain a big werewolf. When asked to comment on Brian ' s work, Mrs. Warren ' s blue lips smiled and im- mediately responded, " People tell me I look just like my father. " As for Mr. Chamberlain, he feels Brian ' s work is excellent. " He did have a good start with my face, though! " Brian ' s interests as a makeup artist stems back to the eighth grade when his speech teacher demonstrated makeup techniques. Throughout high school Brian did makeup for the drama department productions excluding the drama festivals. Faithfully, since graduation, Brian has volunteered his time and services to SHS. At the age of 19, Brian started his own business making prosthetics. (A plastic formed into various shaped noses, ears, mouths, etc.) Brian explains, " I ' m one of the few people today who can mix their own pancake makeup. " Working for two years at the Makeup Center in Boston, he did makeup for operas and plays such as " Montezuma. " " You ' ll find very few makeup artists who aren ' t licensed hairdressers, " Brian points out. He is also a graduate of LeBaron ' s hairdresser school in Brockton. Presently, Brian is working at Suzie ' s Beauty Shop in Stoughton. Brian works frequently for Channel 4 doing makeup for Community Auditions. " The public would be surprised if they knew how much makeup some television celebrities need to cover up wrinkles or a hangover, " Brian states. Among his hobbies are clay sculpturing, oil painting, and processing black and white photos. Brian ' s plans for the future are undecided. He may work in New York for three years under an apprenticeship program, vital in order to be employed in the makeup artist field. Barbara Carlsen ' 77 ..In process of applying make-up to Mrs. Warren, Brian Gardner demonstrates talent for Suspense and Horror Class. (Photo: Barbara Carlsen ' 77) A Werewolf? Here? r PAGE 14 SHS KNIGHT MAY, 1977 Top four winners at the Stougtiton High Science Fair have gone on to win regional and state recognition. The group includes Manuel Rose ' 78, Lawrence Thomas ' 77, Dr. Margaret Sorensen (Coordinator, Science), Lauren Stickler ' 78, Rolf Ruben ' 78. (Photo: F.E. Maioli) Thomas, Stickler Win State Science Fair Eight Stoughton High students won awards at the Massachusetts State Science Fair held at Massachusetts Institute of Technology on April 23. Larry Thomas ' 77 and Lauren Stickler ' 78 each won first awards for their projects, while Manny Rose ' 78 received a Nine Juniors In Top 5% Of NMSQT Nine juniors from Stoughton High have passed the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test by placing in the top 5% of over 1,000,0(X» juniors who took the PSAT NMSQTs last October. The students who qualified were George Badeau, John Brennick, Keith Howard, Alison Kelly, Stephen LeBlanc, John Mac- Kenzie, Dean Rapoza, Rolf Ruben and Margaret St. George. Through the National Merit Scholarahip program these students may have two colleges notified of their achievement and future plans. All nine of these students are being considered for recognition in the 1978 Merit Program, but the decision won ' t be final until next fall. S.H.S. will be notified then of the students who will be allowed to participate. Sue Mooney ' 78 second place award. Third place awards were given to Rolf Ruben ' 78, Maureen Coughlin ' 80 and Rodney Vieira ' 79, while Dean Rapoza ' 78 and Stephen LeBlanc ' 78 won honorable mentions. Two scholarships were given out to two Stoughton students. Larry Thomas ' 77 won the Earthwatch Grants while Lauren Stickler ' 78 received the Mass. Secondary Principals Scholarship. Tom Uniacke ' 77 46 On New NHS List Forty-six juniors and seniors have been inducted into the Stoughton High National Honor Society as announced to Mrs. Polly Savicki, advisor. Of the group, five were seniors and 41 were juniors. A formal banquet was held May 12 in the high school cafeteria followed by the in- duction ceremony in the auditorium. To be a member of the Honor Society one must have an overall scholastic average of 88% or better. The other qualifications are good character, leadership and service. Senior inductees were Donald F. Brady, Maryellen Loughnane, Christopher Pemock, Robin Rolt and William Sievers. Members of the Junior Class who were inducted are Cheryl L. Alconada, Michael Alfano, Alisa Aronson, Eric Bamberg, Beverly Barry, Michael Bedard, Robert Binns, Joni Blatt, Luanne Boyle, and Andrea Brawders. Also Steven Bunson, Joan Coughlin, Cathy DiGiampietro, Robert Flaherty, William Flaherty, Debra Lynn Fergus, Peter Galanis, Ronald Garl)er, Clare Hanley, Joanne Huber, and Alison Kelly. Also Joanne Klim, Jeanne Kolinski, Joan Letson, Sarah-Ann Lynch, Kerin Lyons, Kevin McCarthy, Susan Mooney, Cynthia Ness, Constance Palmer, and Linda Prey. Also, Dean Rapoza, Rolf Ruben, Margaret St. George, Lance Saltzman, Margaret Sano, Lauren Stickler, Jane- Ellen Tamul, Mario Teixeira, Richard Vita, and David Wasserman. Nancy Sperandio ' 77 Student Advisory Board which will meet with the School Committee during the coming year and which was elected last week includes (seated) Mary Savino ' 78, Jeanne O ' Neill ' 80, Susan Wyndham ' 79; (standing) Patricia Leclaire ' 78, Mario Teixeira ' 78. MAY. 1977 SHS KNIGHT PAGE 15 mht UBt HtU Anil tSmtummt Ace leaves all Ceurter ' s " sure bets " to another sap; Panda, the saying, " She ' s not ugly but she ' s no Miss America Jerry K. the rock I hit him with at Scusset Beach; Jeanne a driver ' s license and a stronger pair of glasses so shee cem see the next guard rail. . . Mark Allen leaves Mr. Stott 17 choruses of " The Streets of Laredo " and a character sketch; to Mr. Le- Grow, a big question, a bigger appology, and much apprecia- tion; to Mrs. Battles no more excuses; to Gus a broomstick and many college replies; to Mr. MacDonald and Bob Tosca, 210 m.p.r. winds; to Mr. Chamberlain, a side of beef; to Mr. Moscato, a Chartreuse chair complete with cushions and wheels. . . Julie Aronson leaves Alisa Peter Frampton and a school full of gumbies; Sue the fat popvilation of the world; and Miss Bouin a Carload of left-over flea market Junk. The Performing Bear leaves all those great physic labs to Linus Pauling. . . Wally B. leaves Mr. Lavelle another spot to fill on the golf team . . . Don Brady and. Walter Bamberg leave Steve Carter and John Barrett at the track. . . Don Brady leaves Eric Bamberg " How to Play Golf " written and edited by Walter Banberg. . . Freshmem Biology class of ' 77 leave Mr. Sarno a " gift " from us to him, " it ' s a gift " ... Pat Batte leaves Fran a f anbelt ; Noog chasing Ronnie; Mr. Cormier a plate of Lasagna; Mr. McCarthy at the conventions ; Winnie with Howard; Cheurlie a pinch B.B and D.A. leave Mr. Hart a no-hitter for all the strikes that he has throen, ofe listen for all the ones he ' s asked for and a book entitled, " 1001 Mr. Wizards; Mr. Barac a carton of broken H-pencils and 30 pairs of loose dividers . . . Beep leaves Kerrie on the hill; Kathy a cricket; Donna asleep; the gang lost on Blue Hills; Eric with his driftwood; Laurie at center ice; Kerrie searching for a rink... Beep and Kerrie H. leave Mr. Gormley a cop in Philadelphia. Becky l eaves Mare E. her " lectures " emd encouragment for her high hopes; Dave her " " home state " ; Mary Ann is a go od mood; and Jane a hair- cut . . . M avireen Berkowski leaves Miss Hamilton and Mr. Gormley with fond memories of Lan- caster; Mr. Peirce a whole roomful of brooms for his very own next year and a caul of Fresca; and Miss Welch the lease to the Carpathian Mts. and best wishes. . . B.G . leaves Gina the whole Stough- ton library to study in and a big plastic bag for her books... The five Boatniks leave the island to be con- quered . . . Bob and Kevin leave their Santa suits to Dave and Dave . . . Bob, Kevin, tmd Gerry leave Miss Welch a Mark Eden kit for use on weekends . . . Bob leaves all his gym stuff for Kevin Haill to wash and wear until death do they part; Gerry G. a comfortable bed and six free lessons on self defen se for the week after . . . Bob, Jerry, Chris, Doug, John and Steve leave Ace a Mario Andrettl racing kit which includes a crash helmet and bible minue a six. . . Chris Boyatzis leaves Lynda a fvirry tummy and good luck next year; Bob a " Merry Christmas " ; Kary cracked knuckles ; Woody a philosophical thought and with high hope for Bill... Ginger Brankley leaves Helena four dozen chocolate chip cookies; Ritfc an unknown boyfriend; Eddie a heart he never took; Jocks a trip to college; SHS all the memories of Chemistry, Bio- logy, Geometry, and Modern Novel; June anotbee year of high school. June Brezner leaves a broken John at Crossroads; Jim Lennon a Ziggy poster; Bob G. and Hoffa a thanks for listening to the " Jokes " ; and Jeanne Sweeney at hockey games scooping . . . June and Jean leave Mary with spirit of ' 76 and " Leaky " a drip alone . . . June and Paula leave Loretta good luch with Junior girl ' s , and alone on commons . . . June ajid Cindy leave Mrs. Dambrauskas their heads and looms and Mr. Willis, " Relate , Relate " . . . June, Joan , Paula, and Sharon leave Jimmy Barrett with talks of Canton and two more years ; Friendlys ' bathroom unoccupied; thanks to " Bill " and a green Vega; beer tabs at the island... Mary Briody leaves " gas " to Jean , Kathy , Cori , June , and Joan; Kathy and Cory out in the rain; Marvin and Downs a free pass to Shenanigans; Cori a new zipper ; Kathy a source of gravity, and Jean five fried egga and a lollipap stick. R. Brooks leaves her atti- tmde to Mrs. Babs; Kathy her Softball , hockey skills , and her brain tumor also... Pauls Bruce leaves Joan with mem- ories of a lot of long talks , good times, and a special thanks to " Bill " and a green Vega . . .Paula, June, and Joan leave Sharon an ashtray and an illustrated book, " How to Smoke " . Paula, Joan, June, and S haron leave sober. . .but not for long . . . Paula , Mary , Joan , Kathy, Kean, and Cori leave Mac a wet floor... Mr. Pierce ' s B-hour class leaves him in search of a cure for his PAGE 16 virus cold and some cheeze and crackers. . .The Band Seniors leave Mr. Christian- son in Vermont. . .June Bvirke leaves John Connolly two dollars; Mr. Gormley lots of thanks ; Kathis Clough a new kite... The Class of 197T leaves Dr. Sperandio with a sore hand after graduation... A.C, J.W. .J.C. , leave Mr. Cormier their waving good- byes .. .A_;_C leaves Mr. Walsh all his wasted films, plates, type , etc . . . S.C. leaves P.C. his number and starting postion; Billy and Monk Ed ' s half-time talks; and Larry Smith on the bench beside Mr. Ed . . .HicJaael Calibani leaves Miss Crimmins " Big Bird " on Channel Two; Cindy Vincent the front seat to the unknown; and Tina Rose one resei-ved locker in B-second for three more years . . . Louise Carbone leaves all of her problems to Miss Dis- kin; the Jazz choir to Mr. LeGrow; the gymnastic team to Mrs. Foley; the track to Mr. Green; her tardy slips to Mr. Woodruff; her shin splints to the underclassmen; and her " A " in Algebra II to Mrs. DiNolo.... Barbara Carlson leaves Eleanor sit- ting Alone with a size 5 beret and bagpipes; Mr. Maioli all my bad photo titles and much appreciation for everything; Mr. MacDonald alone in Papa Gino ' s waiting for a slow boat to China; emd Spritz the demagnatizing machine key to ' " Ir. Downs ' blackboard. . . Chris leaves Jen and Myron each other; Poke and Brenda morning parties. . . Chris and Meirianne leave Ginny and Mary T. in Chemistry trying to figure things out... The C-hour criminals leave Miss Dandratta with next year ' s delinquints . . . Jenny and Chris leave Barbie Lee to TUGWHE... Chris, Jen, and Marlene leave Sally with Stu in Iceland... Cori Cleary leaves Mac her uhfinisH 8le«?ve . . . Cori , Mary, Jean, and Kathy leave Martha peace and quiet; Mr. Murphy their comply and all his paper work. . . Cori and SHS KNIGHT Joan leave Miss Crimmins all their hours of homework and notes that they ' ll never need. . . Jeeui, Paula, Joan, Kathy . June, Mary, Sharon, and Cori leav " Mary ' s Crazy Gamg " sane; and Mr. Downs ' his homeroom before the bell... Jen leaves Barbie Lee two " in the mood " days and the Prince with 77 cans of Fresca f full of cat hairs and guts . . . The Class of ' 77 leaves its treasury to the complicated estate of Howard Hughes... Cori , Joan , Jean ,Mary , June , and Marianne leave Kathy Don- ovan the men!s room at Friend- ly ' s. . .Ain2_Cohen_ leaves fond memories of meeting Joe; Bobbin C. with Mr. Legrow for one more year ; Mr . Gormley and Miss Hamilton with memories of American Studies ; leaves Dave in Wendy ' s . . . Pete Colburn leaves Atwell little Kearnsy to straighten out ; Ron what- ever it is us people keep losing; and Pete McGrail rig- gin ' . Dave Cummings leaves Laxira Mark a truckload of gum to give out next year .. .Wednesday C- hour commons leaves Mrs . . Coulter a wet T-shirt: Mr. Hoscato a ' 77 Buick Electra 225 ITD with all options, cheese pizza, and a non-returnable swivel chair; Mr. Hart ; a listen; Mr. Pierce a stiff cat and Miss Welch our C-hoiar cut slips ; Mr. DeVaughn our late-for- homeroom excuses; Miss Murray an ouji board; I Ir. Monti a four ft. bar stool; Mr. Maccini a beard and new leather vest ; Mr. " Stan the Man ' Barac a MAY, 1977 Yamaha 250; Mr. Nessar a race horse; and Mr. Chamberlain a razor . Dianne Damia ni leaves Ginny all of her " D ' s " and all the fun times in chemistry; and 3tef and Deb all of her books... Da ve le aves Becky with a tan is dark a Jet s : . . . Dave an d 8ugh leave Mr. Z binoculars and. a notepad for future dances . . . 3ob DiMatteo leaves ' this school system hope; his sister lis brother: ' •Ir. Cabral a pink Dox he ' ll never forget; and Aiss Coppenrath her French test from the last day of the third ;erm freshman year. Donna leaves Becky a coat to wear to church; Maryemne a friend to sit with at lunch; Mary playing Chinese Red Light on Pearl Street and in pitch-dark Borderlajid State Peurk; Miss Doherty the Dicto- phone happily. . . Kathy Donovan leaves Joanie an apology; Mary a bottle of car spot remover; and Cori an elastic . . . B.D. leaves Mr . Hart with a used quiz tie. . . Bob Doucet leaves Mr. Chanberlain a bicent- ennial sticker to match his rims; T.S. Spack one burning flame-proof curtain; B.Kelley a dead Ford pick-up . . . B . Doucet , J. Giles, and J. Thompson l eave Mr. Z. a new window for the gym. . . Michelle D. and Jane Coogan (the work study Scholars leave Mr. Ed double trouble... B. D . leaves Ken hanging from a light source. . . E-hour Study leaves Mr. Lynch two minutes early. . . Sara Fleischer leaves Donna Ventresco a year ' s supply of dismissal excuses and any- thing purple; Maureen Pelkey a fur covered beach chair so she can lie in the sun all year long; Kathy, Rose, Diane, and Kim; Fields Park... Sherr y l Franklin leaves Joyce Livingstone twelve years of memories of fun, friendship, and the wish for more to come... Lisa Freedman leaves Mr. Chanberlain 365 days of Hallo- ween; Mr. Zeelsuid a blackboard and an overhead projector; Mr. Gormley and Miss Hamilton with memories of A and B hour American Studies . . . Fran Fontanez leaves Pat in Room 230; Win with Huwenthen; and Noogie chasing Ronnie. MAY. 1977 G-hour leaves Mr. Peirce in a state of grace. . . Chris Gaffney leaves her brothers a few more years at this lovely place . . . Chrlssy and Maryann leave their accents to anyone vho wants them. . . German III " B " students leave any possible A ' s to future generations... GiGi leaves Dee choking on a lifesaver; Peter in the dust; the wall — reluctantly; Ssumo a D.E. Kick; tables for some- one else to hop. . .Giggles leaves Mike all the " parts " on the bass . . .Rhonda Goodman leaves Mr. Downs June of 1981 ; Mr. Sarno a guide to the Yiddish language and a one-way trip on EL-AL; Mrs. Gudjohinson 100 ye«u s of good health; Mr. Dawe opaque sunglasses; Mr. McLellan with no grudges; Mrs. Battles with a huge smile every morning at 9:30; SHS Math Department, my sister; SHS the best years of my life... G-hour leaves Mr. Pierce in his birthday suit with baby Zibb , the teenage Goon . . . Ellen Grainey leaves a good senior year to Alan, John, Laura and Lauren; Creative Composition amd the smbking pl8ui to Laura; the math team to anyone who can add 2+2; Typing to Karen and Ann; a box of colored chalk to Mr. Cabral; all my cut slips and a letter full of strikeovers to Miss Buckley; all my best wishes to the seniors . . . Kerrie Hanna leaves Beep on the hill; Donna a bronzed baton and at a certain basketbeull game; Kathy with a highchair before dances ; Mark and Jimmy sitting on a fence; Michele a wrench. . . Kerrie H. , Donna T . . and Kathy M . leave Mr . lacobacci gossip but with no names. . . Howie leaves Diane to Eddie emd " Feathers " Leslie and Jo-Jo a locker combination; the memories of Fish Game to all included. Howie and Amy leave Mr. LeGrow the Wiz who worked his magic to create his Guys and Dolls sing the songs that make the crowds smile. . .HuBkjr bunch leaves Dolly in Hyannis smd a back rub on a new box spring. SHS KNIGHT Jerry G. and Mike B. leave Rick L. and Dave C. to keep up the reputation of the B.M.F. Club. . . Jerry G. leaves his chem. lab notebook for sale to the highest bidder. . . Jim leaves all his pressed hsun to Loretta ' s car. . . Edward " The Reverani " Heggie leaves school finally; Mrs. Battles my attendance card so she can cherrish it always; Jerome Cullen (J.C.) the ' 75 Championship; Uncle Woody who never did pull me through Algebra II. . . " The Reverand " leaves this statement to the Jocks and freaks who both think they are cool: " Being cook is somewhere in the middle, where you can relate to both types of people. You will have many more ffiiends and learn more about people. I hope you ALL cem come together emd ' that is COOL : I " . . . Jane. Ann, and Maureen leave Mr. Tapper and tom waiting E hr... Jane, Ann, Lynne, and Tom leave the carriage burning in D.W...Kim leaves SHS to Holly and Ricky .. .Lynne - ■. Jfurdin leaves Patty run- ning alone in field hockey and Mary T . walking alone . . . Lynne and Val leave Charlie a bushel of grapes ... Jean , Mary and Patila _ leave Marianne and June in West- wood. . . Joe and Paxil leave Mr. Finn; Richie and his clock for another year of shop. . . Joe and Dave leave Miss Dandratta their memo- rable photo album. . . Joyce leaves " the wall " to who- ever needs it . . .J udy leaves Henry the pharmacy. . . Judy and Loretta leave John one royal tea party; Veilerie to herself on B-hour commons; and Mr. Sarno with no regrets what so ever . . . Jolanda Jxxrjevic leaves Jacqui a bottle of vodka; Mr. Pierce a can of Fresca; Mr. Sarno a pair of elevator shoes and a high chair; and Mrs. Grenning her very own copy of " All the President ' s Men " . Jerry Kezer leaves Atwell the Junior Jocks; Tricia a locker and year of memories . . . Larry leaves the Science Fair PAGE 17 for someone else to sweat about ; Mrs. Cacchotti my German book, never opened; Miss Neal a Pre-signes pass and a new Corvette . . . Larry, Joe, Rich, and Wally leave their secret of the dances to underclass- men. . . Bob Ledwith leaves Mr. Hylander F.D.R., the Guidance dept . with a perfect schedule and the class of ' 77 with the song, " We ' ve Only Just Begun " ... Jim Lennon leaves P.D. to Peter; his brother Rick as soon s possible; the school gladly. . . Lesa, Maureen, and Diana leave Mr. Woodruff at five of. . . Doug Lewis leaves quietly and happily. . . Donna Lloyd leaves skin and blood on the diving board at the East Brldgewater pool and a " pour at your own risk " sign in the van Parry borrowed from arnie . . . Lynda Lebiedz leaves a smile to an old friend with no hard feelings ; memories of " the first " to Sandy and Gerri; and only 210 more days to Joanne. L oretta leaves Bill all her love and desperate hopes they ' ll get together soon; Lynne Mondor an impossible parking space and a chance to star in a Driver -Ed Movie... Lynne leaves Demnette and Fraise " trouble in the winters to come " l Cathy and Diane with the rest of " them " ; and Dieme Doucette time to eat ice cream cones... Lynne leaves her locker on D2nd to Danny for future use along with the brown paper bag with the firty gym socks in it; Mr. Monti a list of PAGE 18 names and numbers occasionally seen walking down the hall; Sana (in the kitchen) $288. Uo vorth of l mch money horrowed in the last four years; Bobby one full week, expense-paid trip to Bermuda, first-class; the breakfast date open; Loretta one free pass to rent-a-friend for D-hour com- mons . . . porinna Maioli leaves Jean Tropea one more year, half of her insemity and a chcmce to sit with iier in commons; her locker to any- one who c rea or deures to clean it; the girls track team lots of luck; one last secret admirer note in Al Kershaw ' s locker. . . Corinne leaves without one leather JSMiket, eighteen dollars, one pair of dungaree shorts , a certain friend, a new paint Job, one track Jacket, the snack bair bankrupt due to its drop in sales; and. curls emd a beard to Paul Freeman . . . Corinne leaves forever never to be seen or heard from again . . . Steve Manson leaves his tickets for the last few dances to anyone who wants them and Mr. Santoro two losses in " Name That Tune " ... Teresa Mantello leaves Mr. Cidato with his humor and Mr. LeGrow with chocolate chips emd orange Juice. . .Mare E. leaves Rebecca J. her station wagon, a collection of " Love is ... " , and many thanks for many words; Bill still gnibby; Younga one more ceird; and Donna T. an empty chair at Chateau. . . Mare E. . Bee, and Mary Ann leave the men ' to ' ' the girls " and nothing to write about in church. Marl leaves Denise a throw in the pond. . . Marl and Bob leave the Prince the Union Label . . . Marl, Bob, and Sal leave Mr. Quigley all their library passes. . . Kathy Martell leaves Kerrie an «We to use when she gets angry and a sewer cover to dance on; Donna con- centrating on the game at Ccuiton Lanes ; Beep details in English; Mrs. Waterhouse apples at the snack bar; and Sally an intelligent man . . . Kathy M. and Kerrie H. leave Mr. Nassise three significant figures . . . Kathy M. Beep, and SHS KNIGHT Kerrie H. leave Mr. aipaustas a game of twenty-one and an ace volleyball team. . . Mary leaves the boys with no thanks for information about a field trip to BCS; Beep one free bus ticket to Fitchburg once every month; and Joeinne sitting sdone on a bus . . . Linda M. and Diana M. leave 10:59 to the next Spanish four class. . . Diana M. leaves to. lacobacci an elbow in the eye. . . Maryann leaves " the leader " to " the girls " ; Becky with a babysitter for chuck; Mare E. looking for her elastic in the saJ.as ; June by herself on F hr . commons ; Delibie with a package full of Job appli- cations; and Bill with Mr. Spack on F . hr . commons . . . Marianne. Rita, Jen, and Patty leave Dr. Davis a suit of armor against flying wild maps . . . Maureen. Lesa, Diana , and Julie leave Mr. Woodruff ' s homeroom at five of eight . . . Meg leaves some Junior and soiphomore girls gladly; all the good times with someone sadly; DWA euad the island to only " Fun " kids; everyone in the Senior class to WANG; Gorm as a teacher — inf ortimately ; Cid with his 7 cases of " silver- lips " and 6 months to live; Mrs. Gudjohnson her sanity suid Ann for 2 more years . . . Michele leaves to Kathy our little bean sprout and no ad libbing; Kerrie a wrench; Beth a return wink; Kathie her bag of water and plant; Tina her naughty bits; Mac a bowl of cookie batter; Mrs. Waurren a meaningful poem; Mrs. Richmond my frustrating practice sets ; my hard-to- get -at locker to some poor soul; and the school lunches to the cooks in the kitchen... Joan O ' .rien leaves Paula with cuts , scraps , and bruises ; an apology to Jerry and Jimmy for being a " grouch " ; Mac trying to keep me quiet on 2nd lunch; an unfinished MAY, 1977 gown, an " Irish " pin, choco- late potatoes and. Thanks; Mr. Ciardi a broken blender and Terri a depressing " stor room " . . . Joan tmd Paula leave Mac her threats of admitting them to A. A. and confessions on Monday . . . Kathy O ' Brien leaves Jo the steps, O ' B leares Mr. Downs a boiled dinner... Bob P. leaves Kevis L. 6tuck laughing in Philly escalator. Framk P. leaves Mr. Green for Moscow in search of some gold; a set of UOO pictures to look at and some crying towels to Eill the girls when I ' m gone; Mrs. Gudjonsson and Captain Clark my complete collection of Moncurch notes; the next sucker a dirty Semta outfit; a center ticket to Jesus Christ Superstar to anyone who ' ll go. . . Patty leaves Mrs . Battles her late cards ; Mr . Chamberlain a zinger; and Mrs. Welch best wishes for a healthy child... Marc la, Ann Pomerleau leaves Mrs. B. my gym suit that I never used; Jane, Kathy, Cindy, and the rest of the group-C hoxir commons ; Donna on A-hr. commons; the Janitors my locker that never opened; my brother, Ray, my lunch tickets; Mr. Daly his history books; Mr. Green his opinion sheets ; and the office my correct address. . . Cindy Pooler leaves with no regrets Mrs. Gudjonnson with a specieil thanks; and Mrs. Dambrauskas with a dumb doctors note . . . Chester Rogers leaves Mr. Tapper em English trjuislation book; Mrs. Gudjonnson a broom to go with her voice; Mr. Cham- berlain a pair of scissors a and a razor; Mr. Maioli a Kodak instamatic camera; Miss Ellis a book on Speed Speaking and another book on Geometry; Charlie MevMfa Robin and Buff; Mr. Green a shot put papper weight; Mr. Cullen a muzzle; Mr. Penardi hairgrow; the Adminstration a donation box to stcurt a fund for an escalator for A building; Kojak a thousand and one Spy outfits and a spy decoder with a UO channel walky talky; and myself UO ways to go into MAY, 1977 SHS KNIGHT PAGE 19 Michele a bag of rubber teddy bears; Ana a thousajid nickles and a threat; Mr. Monti a broken camera; Loretta a volume of meeting notes ; Chet some " Rolo ' s " ; and shcool without regrets . . . Sister Barbara leaves Monkey in the restricted section with Knock Knock Jokes and the surprised look on Chet ' a face should our rings ever meet on the stairs . . . Steve Small leaves a cookie to 2.R.; the light board to M.S.; the band to R.V.; and a new memory to Mr. Christ- ianson. . . Spam leaves Gom Budgie. . . Spiffy leaves Michael a Job in the com- plaint dept.; JoJo the Ritz Carlton; Jr. Spiff to every- one; and memories at the the world without an education. Richard leaves Howie and JoJo at the Fish and Game; Dieme cmd Eddie a candle; Debbls and Howie a Lake George. . . Rita leaves Nancy S. the path to school and 7 to go with it; Brian K. five tons of tacos cuad a scale ! ; and S . Kracov a key to Temple Shalom; fr. Chamb- erlain with his zingers and 8HS with a smile. . .Robin Rolt leaves Mr. Samo a Junior Swede; Mr. Nasisse all her fudged Chem labs and her brother ; Mr . Pierce . . . gladly; Margaret to the M.C.P and a prom date to Margie . . . Ron fuad Rita leave at the same time . . . Sedly . Marlene . and Jen lea ve Danette, Denise, Eileen, Naomi, Ginny, and the rest of the gang screaming at the drive-ins... Sally l eaves the morning circle and Friday nights crusin ' to the girls... Sal and Marl leave Deuanette down S.M.U. for 3 days... Schill leaves Mr. Hart to sit down and rotate at 32 rads per second; the isleind in search of Brockton Blood. The Senior Boys leave the table in the dark to whoever wants it... The Senior Class leaves J«lr. Hart a very big surprise. . . Shelley leaves with good memories from all my friends ; a hockey puck to B.V . ; an ole pair of sneakers to B.C.; a lo-cal lobster to K.S.; and a bottle of Friendship Garden to Mr. Willis . . . Shirley leaves Fish and Game. . . Sprit z leaves Ruf fwood and Downsey their peace of minds and their blacboeurds . . . Hey Barb , remember G-OK? . . . Sprit z gives the computer back to Mr. Hart; wishes Ruf fwood, Downsey, and Dawe a good day; leaves Eric from Chem some elastics; extra credit assign- ments for DiNolo, Hamilton, Semtoro , and Veddleton . . . Eric Spivack leaves Mr. Mac- Donald not knowing what is happening; Mr. Daly a new Driver Ed. car; and the third floor teachers with T.V. problems . . . Bob-Stack leaves many thanks to Dick, lomn, and Sheila; Mary Jo good luck with Bob and Jo; Miss Criramins nothing; Karen a free dinner at Bick ' s and a pack of Parliaments; and Claudia on the dance floor without her shoes Brltm Stetson leaves one transmission to Gushing St.; one Canaro to the tennis courts; cmd a pair of 2oo foot holeshots to the A- buildlng parking lot . . . Marianne Sweeney leaves Jxme with memories of an injures tree . . . Marianne , Karen , emd Corl leave Mac and Mrs. Griffin a little less sane... Marifuine, Debbie, and Chris sy leave SHS without their licen- ses . . . Marianne and Chrlssy leave their accents to any- one crazy enoxighto use them... John Thompson leaves Stoughton. . .high; one motor- cycle at Adams Street 1 and Pillebrown on the other side of the West School fence. Donna Toomey leaves Kevin McCarthy and Cathy Mc grath in F-hour Chemistry; her locker to anyone who can peel the stickers off; and Miss Doherty with the trans- cribers; the " gang " with fond memories . . . Donna T . Kerrie H. leave Miss Crlmmins ' class for Bickf ord ' s . . . The Unknown leaves Mr. Downs with Fcu ' ah Faucet cmd Miss Coppenrath with Robert Redford . . . Sam Valadad leaves Mr. Tapper a chauffeured limousine to take him to Hyde and some more loud foreigners. . . Sally leaves Kathy an intelligent man... Val and Lynne leave two empty seats on the bench... The Varsity Tennis Team leaves Mr. Clco-k very few players . . . Wally leaves Hunkybunch a new box-spring. Lynne Welch generously leaves many parking spaces to the under- classmen and also leaves quickly. . . Barbara White leaves SHS with many memories ; Shelley pencils, sawdust, black- chalk, and a life long supply of padiddles ; Carlsen the stairs and laughing alone; emd Spritz the vibrating wall... D. Woody leaves Monti, Sarno, and Dawe with three chocolate babies . . . Zelda and Howie leave Mr. Chaunberlain some good zingers and one pound of raw-meat , for the next full moon; I4r. Daly a year ' s supply of chalk; and IJtr. Maccini a book of good Jokes and riddles . . . Loretta Z warts leaves Mrs . Grennan with many thanks for the pen pals; Debbie and Mr. Hylander with a smile; and Shirley eternally grateful. The Class of 19T7 leaves Mr. Tapper with many thanks for his patience, time, and help. PAGE 20 SHS KNIGHT MAY. 1977 Photography With the completion of a new color lab, the photography program, conducted by Mr. F.E. Maioli, continues to grow. Barbara Carlsen ' 77 has recently been accorded two honors. In an issue of the Patriot-Ledger two weeks ago, a spot news photograph of an accident scene which she took while at- tending a journalism seminar was selected for publication in that newspaper. Last week, her photograph was awarded first place in the South Shore Fair. [Left] One of Barbara ' s recent compositions, originally photographed in color. [Below] Kathy Clough, who also serves as photography coordinator of the STOTONIAN, was awarded second place in the South Shore Project Fair with this entry, originally photographed in color. John Barrett and Jerry Gallzio pose in Mr. Maloll and the Photographies tramping through Boston m their February excursion to character at senior car wash. [Color photo: Quincy Market and the John Hancock Building. [Photo: Carlsen] Clough] MAY, 1977 SHS KNIGHT PAGE 21 Gene Doucette, one of the top homerun producers in SHS diamond history, reaches base safely. Junior Varsity: (front) Coach Jeff Fanning, Radford Nickerson, Larry Zadra, Mark Agostini, Wayne Nickerson, Scott Lee, Ray Carabatsos; (rear) Tim Sacramona, Ralph Quattrucci, Ed Abril, Tom Constantine, Dave Carter, Eric Carlson, Lou Quattruccl. Lynne Howes As Coach Bill Powell pilots his charges through a victorious season, does his memory hark back to 1967 when he pitched the Knights to their last baseball tour- nament championship? Freshmen: (front) Rich McGrath, Brad Morris, Bob Spooner, Steve Quattrucci, Phil Kerman, Ken Fogarty, Lee McLellan; (rear) Coach Bob Trotta, Kevin Plunkett, Jim Pelkey, Steve Kostick, Jim Costa, Pat LaCivita, Paul Carter, Paul Galanis. Kevin Kenney Gene Doucette Tony Lanza Jim Lennon PAGE 22 SHS KNIGHT MAY, 1977 Junior Pete Galanis has proved a steady performer in the baclcstop position. Kevin Kenney, one of the leading hitters in the Hockomock League, is as dependable in the field. MAY 1977 SHS KNIGHT PAGE 23 Softball Varsity: (front) Denise Fraser, Lynne Howes, Nancy Batte, Jeanne Roche, Betty Flaherty; (rear) Colleen Reilly, Valerie Washburn, Laurie Ghelfi, Pam DIMatteo, Paula Kelly, Coach Barbara Batchelder; (not present) Randye Brooks, Kathy Unlacke, Nancy Craig. Pitcher Val Washburn discusses team progress with Coach Barbara Batchelder. Junior Varsity: (front) Leanne Homer, Mary-Ellen Honeywell, Paula Belllveau, Vicky Alexander; (rear) Ginny Brandt, Jean Climo, Regina Cottam, Eileen Gallagher, Chris Jennings, Janet Roche, Coach Cathy Mason. Jeanne Roche provides steady defensive support at the second-base spot. Pam DIMatteo, starting catcher, is only a sophomore. Randye Brooks PAGE 24 SHS KNIGHT MAY, 1977 7977 BOYS, GIRLS OUTDOOR TRACK ..BOYS ' TRACK (front) Jack Bertram Mike Bedard, Scott Fraser, Dave Alfano, David Harju, Joe McDonald, Peter Hall, Fran Carrarra, John Schllllnger, Greg Stenstrom, Nick Caraflles, Larry Coe, Tom Aguiar, Tod Batchelder, Paul Carbone, Renardo Sllva, Joe Peter, Dave Belliveau, Atwell Williams, Jim Bertram, Frank Dawe, Dan Rose, Mike Miniutti, Larry Pinaud, Coach Charles Papsadore, Larry Williams, Charles Single; (rear) Assistant Coach Green. Bob Tosca, Eric Goodman, Dave Stenstrom, David Barbato, Walter Girls ' varsity : (front) Tracy Sisco, Pam Camara, Donna Lee, Callender, Margaret Lynch, Paula McGarvey, Elizabeth Dalton, Martha Lynch, Bernadette Mason, Corrine Maioli, Sherri Smith, Sheila Farrell, Marsha Malamut, Maria Aguiar, Sonya Green, Amy Strack, Donna McCarter; (rear) Coach Jay Jardin, Arnice Mary-Jo Stack, Marie Ogar, Michele Pinaud, Robbi Hanna, Coach Charles Green. dier. Elizabeth Dalton hurls the discus. Jim Bertram Frank Papsadore MAY, 1977 SHS KNIGHT PAGE 25 TENNIS GOLF Tennis varsity: ( front) Coach Jim Clark, John Moody, Capt. Greg Hill, Jim Tierney, Mark Rodrigues, Steve Manson; ( rear) Gerry MacDonald, Scott Greenberg, Bob Bunson, Mike Kramer, Mike Whiffen, Bill Lyons, Ed Milano, John Nicholson. Coach Jim Clark Girls ' varsity: (front) Monica Pena ' 79, Joan Letson ' 78, Joan Coughlin ' 78, Oenise Jackson ' 79, Monica Klim ' 79, Linda Johnson ' 79, Kim Ellison ' 79; (rear) Coach Linda Peirce, Clara Zadra ' 80, Jan Blomstrom ' 79, Annette Tector ' 79, Marie Gibbons ' 78, Sharon Stetson ' 78, Ellen Joseph ' 80, Sue Mooney ' 78. Captains Joan Coughlin and Connie Palmer Golf varsity: Ron Norris, Eric Bamberg, Mike DePalma, Jim Jordan, Walter Bamberg, Coach Dale LaVelle. A pleasant surprise has been the winning doubles team of Mark Rodrigues and Scott Greenberg. John Moody Mark Rodrigues Steve Manson PAGE 28 SHS KNIGHT MAY, 1977 (Photo: F.E. Maioli) Gymnastic meet at Stoughton High Political triumphs were scored by SHS students at the annual Hockomock League Model Senate. All Stoughton bills were successful in committee and several triumphed on the floor. Model " Senators " included (seated) Larry Thomas ' 77, Debbie Brennan ' 77, Sally Valadao ' 77, Tom Uniacke ' 77; (standing) Mario Teixeira ' 78, Alisa Aronson ' 78, Mr. Michael Champa (advisor); (not present) Sarah-Ann Lynch ' 78, Terri Silva ' 77, Rhonda Goodman ' 77. TAYLOR PUBLISHING Printer of your yearbook Salutes Sally Valadao, Editor Tom Uniacke, Bus. Mgr. and the rest of the staff of the STOTONIAN on an excellent 77 book We Care . . . WYMAN JEWELERS INC. 344-5000 MAY. 1977 SHS KNIGHT PAGE 29 Congratulations and Best of Luck in the Future to the Class of 1977 from the INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT The CLASS of 1977 thanks its officers MARK RODRIGUES KAREN DeMELLO DONNA TOOMEY CORINNE MAIOLI and the E-Board and Com- mittees, who labored so hard on class activities and projects throughout the year. Sonne CMnce j| GooaC luo i,C(3ss of ' 77f Good Luck from Mr. Steve Woodruff Best Wishes from Isobel Mclntyre Best Wishes from Blackwell Studios Your Official Photographer STUDENT DISCOUNT CARD ALL FIRST CHOICES GUARANTEED STOP, LOOK AND COMPARE PROM PRICE $20.00 and up MEN ' S WEAR AND FORMAL WEAR West Plaza, 725 Belmont St. (Across from Producers Dairy) 583-1230 Allegro ' s Thank You For Your Support To: Mr. Bernier Miss Bouin Mr. Clark Mrs. Coulter Miss Crimmins Mr. Da we Mr. and Mrs. Edmonston Mrs. Griffin Mrs. Gudjonsson Mrs. Harrington Mr. Edward McCarthy Miss Neal Mr. Zeeland St. James ' CYO Presents Damned to Eternity Featuring Crystal City May 29 8-11 Admission $2.00 St. James Church, Stoughton SPRING PROM Body Flowers Nosegays 681 ai ington (J ouU 13S) Stoug(iton, cMai-i.. 344 - 2632 PAGE 30 SHS KNIGHT MAY. 1977 7 GOOD LUCE SENIORS from the " Class of 78 " Good Luck Seniors (Remember you wer e once freshmen) from The Class of 1980 Congrafu of ons to the GRADUATING SENIORS ! 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Barley Son, Inc. 1171 Washington St. Stoughton 344-3371 STOUGHTON CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 1234 Washington St. Stoughton 344-3224 PAGE 32 SHS KNIGHT MAY, 1977 To The Seniors, At this time I would like to tell you how much I have enjoyed being your Advisor. Together we have struggled through everything from lasagne suppers to car washes, from Rocky Point to the Senior Class Play. It has been great fun, and I will miss it. In fact, I probably enjoyed your senior year in high school as much as my own. I hope your future holds much good health and happiness. I also hope you are as happy in your chosen field as I am in mine, and you will be hearing this a lot in the next few weeks, good luck in the future. Sincerely yours, MR. PHILIP lACOBACCI The Class of 1977 expresses its deep appreciation to Mr. Philip lacobacci for his outstanding and understanding guidance . . . Best Wishes Mr. John Downs RICHARD LEWIS FORMAL WEAR CANTON CENTRE Need information on where to go for your tux?? Just ask your classmates where they rented last year! ! License «7465 Deacon Plum bing Heating Co., Inc. 32 PLEASANT STREET STOUGHTON MASS. 02072 CHAN FOSS 344-2541 Good Luck Seniors Line Lumber 466 Sumner St. Stoughton Compliments of HAIR STYLIST TEL. (617) 344-3833 2000 CENTRAU ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. Shape up with the Professional Cut and Care at ANDRE COIFFURES 272 Washington St. N. Easton 238-7525 3 ItMb OOOSa 5771 STOUGHTON PUBLIC LIBRARY PUPUC UBRARV STOTONIAN Stoughton High School Stoughton, Massachusetts Stoughton High School Stoughton, Mass. 02072 373 Happy Times Introductory Photo Essay Seniors Ivory The Year in Review Blue Faculty Buff Underclasses Orange Business Yellow Color Keyed for Your Convenience One of the popular TV programs of the year has been GOOD TIMES. If we were going to think of one phrase which characterizes our school years; GOOD TIMES comes to mind. j Despite the " sour " moments and the times we may have wished we weren ' t here for one reason or another, what we will take with us are not the moments i of irritation but the memories of the good times. As the members of the graduating Class of 1977 commence a new phase in life and set out to discover new frontiers, they do so with the hopie that many ' of their academic experiences in high school will serve to guide them to success. At the same time, they will take with them memories of other experi- ences, the non-academic ones, the happy times. i During their four years at Stoughto n High, seniors have experienced trying times as well as happy times. They have learned how to share memories with | each other. j To share these memories permanently, the ' 77 STOTONIAN dedicates its pages: to the good times, the happy times, the treasured times. I-au jhing together is part of tlic Stoughton High picture, as much as the many suppers which make up the SHS scene. Sometimes, we literally clowned around, all part of the fun. (Photo: F. E. Maioli) 3 Front row: Maureen Gcarin, Irene Jordan, Mar ' Kennedy, Rhonda Goodman, Louise Carbone, Alberta Silva " ' 6, Karen White; Rear row: Jane Burke, Corinne MaioH, Nanette Jones, Paula Bruce, Ellen Kaufman, Suzanne McMahon, Donna Hudson, Coach Jan Krause. Girl ' s Track 1972 — Roller Skating Parties Jane Burke and Maureen Gearin (above) put on their skates while Dave Belliveau and Lynne Jardin (right) roll out onto the floor at Rolland in Norwood during an annual roller skating party of the Class of 197V. Front row: Rich Ledin, Mark McGillvary, Kevin Whittington, Kevin Hodges, Kevin Hall, Kevin White; Second row: Tom Packard, Jimmy O ' Neill, Bruce Linden, Steve Manson, Andrew Czyras, Ed Hcggic; Rear row: Myron Callender, Jimmy Lennon, Bob Hoffman, Mike Frank. Freshman Basketball 1972 Q 4 Kathy Martell and Kerri Hanna ride the Merry-Go- Round during the Junior Class trip to Rocky Point, Rhode Island, on June 12, 1976. We all remember the flume, Musik Express, Scrambler, and other rides as well as the arcades and games. What a year to bt graduated in . . hat a i:(,.ocl time for the nation — the two- hundredth hirthdav party — and we «.ere lau rht up in it St(;u hton celebrated twRe. the nation ' s 200th and its own 250th Below, the Stou hron Grenadiers fa modern versujn. modeled on the lyth Cxnturv originals, prepare to shcxjt during the Country Fair, one of many Bicentennial celebratifjns held in " our town. " LASAGNA SUPPER FRI NOVILi :30 -7:30 IN 5H5 CAFE PRICE $1.15 During a break from waitressing Ann Lorenz, Jane Burke. Linda Palmer, Kathy Murphy, Lynne Mondor. and Nancy Spcrandio sing " My Lasagna Has a First Name " In the kitchen, chefs Mike Bishop, John Barrett, Greg Hill, Mark Rodrigues, Steve Manson, and Viaor Vieira put the lasagna on the plates Senior Class Executive Board Standing (front to back): Marlene Krowski, Walter Bamberg, Mark Rodrigues: Seated on stairs (front to rear) by rows: (1 ) Corinne Maioli, Karen DeMello, Donna Toomey, Debbie Brennan; (2) Pat Batte, Lynda Lebiedz, Terri Silva, Ann Lorenz, Rita Azevedo; (3) Lynne Jardin, Al Kershaw, Rich Pavadore. Kathy Clough, Don Brady: (4) Mary Szum. Sherryl Franklin. Robin Rolt, Kerne Hanna; (5) Gigi McKee, Jennifer Cabral, Bob Stack. Tony Lanza; (6) Karen Polillio, Leslie Myers. Diana Minuitti. Valerie Washburn, ( ) Maureen Gearin. Eric Maltman, Rhonda Goodman, Maria Deolim; (8) John Connelly, Claudia Sweeney, Steven Schillinger; (9) Bob Conway, Bob Galanis, Chris Pernock; ( 10) Kevin Whittington, Peter McGrail, Steve Manson, John Barrett, Jim Lennon, Frank Papsadore. Lynne Dostoomian. MR. PHILIP lACOBACCI For sitting through endless executive board meetings, for helping out at all our activities, and for giving us an open mind and firm hand, the Glass of 1977 says thank you! MR THOMAS SULLIVAN Mr. Sullivan, class advisor, our freshman year, got our class started with our first dance " Stairway to 77. " MRS. HELEN DONOHUE Miss Lynch was co-advisor our sophomore year until she left in March 1976 to get married. TO THE CLASS OF 1977: Thank you for the opportunity to share with you these last few years. I will always remember being your advisor and the relationships we have enjoyed together. Roller skating, class trips, lasagna, spaghetti, car wash, and proms are words that will trigger pleasant memories for years. As your future unfolds, I know you will meet its many challenges with the same vigor and determination you have shown during your years at Stoughton High. I am encouraged by your enthusiasm, desire, and boundless energy and I hope these qualities never waver. Philip J. lacobacci 13 In a very close election, Jimmy Carter of Georgia was named 39th president of the United States. A random seleaion of some of the news highlights of a history-making year, the year in which we started our fourth and last year at Stoughton High . . . Gerald Ford tcx)k over as president after the resignation of Richard Nixon. He served for two years but lost to Caner. Space exploration reached a new peak. A Viking spacecraft reached the planet Mars and probed for life on its surface. Although the United States was no longer engaged in conflict, war and the tools of war were very much on the world scene. 16 Highlight of the Fourth of July celebration commemorating the 200th Anniversary of the United States was the striking appearance of the " tall ships. " Conflict and problems beset the Olympics in Montreal, but millions of televiewers enjoyed the tremendous sports event, including many record-breaking performances. LORETTA M. ABRIL BRIAN P. AHEARN LARRY ALESIO LORETTA M. ABRIL " The song is over . . . Such a long note pure and easy . . . Play- ing so free like a breath rippling by. " (Peter Townsend). BRIAN P. AHEARN sitting on the fence at Jimmy ' s in the cold . . . peeve: warm beer and heartburn . . . hopes to be a state cop or a professional drummer . . . Jimmy Hendrix . . . " Fire " . . . four years with Linda. MARK H. ALLEN " Life is opening a bo.x of crackerjacks and hating the surprise; if you ' re lucky, you enjoy the crackerjacks anyway " . . . bark . . . " He ' s got to be loony " . . . Marilyn in a maroon mustang . . . likes music . . . peeve: finger sucking, Boston accents . . . col- lege. WEND ' S. ALLEN windy, breeze . . . friendly, talkative, outgoing . . . " dig this. I ' m hip reallyl " . . . peeve: back stabbers . . . remembers: being late, the basements, talking in class . . . " Earth, Wind, and Fire " . . . to be successful and go to college. W ' lLLIA.M ALLEN Billy . . . moody, shy . . . " really? " . . . peeve: lazy people . . . remembers work-study . . . wishes to make total peace with ev- eryone . . . Frampton ... to become a diesel mechanic and be rich. MARK H.ALLEN MAY J. ALLEN JOHN ALVES ANNMARIE AMADON 18 IRENE M. ANDREWS DAVE ARCHIBALD JULIE A. ARONSON RITA J. AZEVEDO RONALD K. AZEVEDO DONALD J. BAETA CAROL ANN BAILEY WALTER BAMBERG HELENA M. BAPTISTA IRENE M. ANDREWS Irene . . . funny, wise, moody . . . " on my word " . . . peeve: waiting for people . . . remembers going out for breakfast, 10 31 75, Vermont, parties, VW, laughing witfi Beetle . . . wants to be a secretary. DAVE ARCHIBALD Archie . . . fearless ... to be phys-ed teacher, see the world . . . remembers Mr. Pierce . . . " Diamond Girl. " JULIE A. ARONSON " My brain hurts! " . . . peeve: being mistaken for Maureen, short guys . . . will always remember Norman, foreign food . . . Bruce Springsteen . . . to be an artist or a lumberjack . . . " All Things Must Pass. " RITA J. AZEVEDO Rita . . . loud, outgoing, talkative . . . dancing, acting . . . plays, majorettes . . . " sure " . . . " Just for today I will " ... go to college, get married, travel. RONALD K. AZEVEDO honest, crazy, easygoing, imaginative . . . " ya right! " " you dink " . . . peeve: brats . . .college. . . actor or politician . . . " Hori- zon " . . . acting awards. DONALD BAETA Donnie . . . quiet, easygoing . . . the Lodge . . . never a bar- gain . . . peeve: H2 ... to fulfill many dreams. CAROL ANN BAILEY Marol . . . funny, giggly . . . " train wreck " . . . peeve: SHS and their rules ... to live up North . . . quit smoking cigarettes . . . parten ' at 7:15 every morning . . . " Shanty " . . . Sept. 3 . . . riding around with Nerl. WALTER BAMBERG Chuck . . . quiet . . . looked forward to playing on golf team all year . . . to go to college, chem-research, coaching. HELENA M. BAPTISTA Helen . . . funny, talkative, stubborn . . . " what " . liver . , . 5 2 75 . . . pearls, Beethoven, marriage happy always. peeve: . to be 19 4 JOHN EDWARD BAPTISTA ROBBI BARABAN BRIAN J. BARER JOHN EDWARD BAPTISTA Interested in Chem., Bio., and race cars . . . headed for college or an academy . . . goal in life: be an officer in the Navy or Air Force . . . peeve: English. ROBBI BARABAN Motormouth . . . friendly, excited, ambitious . . . " oh wow " . . . peeve: unhappy people . . . " devoted to mom " . . . sum- mer of ' 74 . . .be happy with someone special, own a puppy . . . freshman year with Paula; Pres. of DECA . . . Cat Stevens. BRIAN J. BARER Bud . . . friendly, outgoing . . . " what are you, nuts? " find out what I ' m best at and do my best at it. " to JOHN B. BARRETT J. B. . . . sarcastic, easy-going, athletic . . . Penn. with Jim . . . peeve: not eating subs on Mondays . . . table in dark, the island . . . certain mouth in English . . . cruisin ' with grease . . . talks with Margret . . . " Which shoulder Nanc. ' " . . . moonin ' . . . to be happy. ANA BARROS Shy, moody, quiet . . . " you ' re kidding " . . . to go to Portugal and to travel in Europe . . . field trips in American Studies, walking down the halls. LINDA S. BARROS Linda . . . happy, stubborn, moody, talkative . . . " thanks a lot " " I don ' t know " . . . 11 22 74 . . . " Just Live for Today " ... 6 29 76 . . . " Acrosmith. " PATRICIA BATTE Pat, pumpkin, butt . . . happy, crazy, friendly, short, Italian bcx)f!l . . . " hello moon! " . . . to hit 5-feet, Semore . . .DECA . . . Lasagna Supper . . . treasures frogs and sewing machine ... to see Australia and live in Arizona. DAVID C. BELLIVEAU Bell . . . abnormally insane . . . " whaaa " . . . winter track . . . Bobby ' s van . . . Earth, Wind Fire ... a cenain talk with Meg . . . peeve: the dippy mountains and snow . . . " What ' s your bag.- ' " . . . pink ink ... to enjoy life. MAUREEN BERKOWSKI Remembers humanities, gothic tales, and the prince, fondly . . . lasting friendships, happily . . . bells, lunches and clashes, jok- ingly . . . the last four years, laughingly and lovingly. ANA BARROS LINDA S. BARROS PATRICIA BATTE DAVID C. BELLIVEAU MAUREEN BERKOWSKI 20 JAMES J. BERTRAM DAVID R. BINGAMON JUDITH E. BISHOP KIM A. BISHOP MICHAEL B. BISHOP BRUNO BLACK JOHN G. BLOMSTROM JAMES J. BERTRAM Birdie . . . crazy, funny, weird . algebra . . . track, reggae, dances girl " . . . " bon voyage. " " Shoot for the Sky " . . . . Beach Boys . . . " Surfer KIM A, BISHOP Finally out, crazy . . . found at 225 Park Street . . . zonbb . . , parties . . . " Earth, Wind Fire " ! . . treasures a certain person . . . " It ' s my life, let me live it the way I want " ... to join the services . . . " Bohemian Rhapsody. " MICHAEL B. BISHOP Bish . . . easygoing, rowdy, athletic . . . 11 7 75 . . . " you ' ve got to be kidding me " , . . peeve: bad referees . . . table in the dark . . . coconut commons . . . " I ' ll get even " . . . cruisin " with grease . . . to go to college and play hockey. BRUNO BLACK Bruno . . . nervous . . . " no problem " . . . peeve: things that go wrong . . . to be happy and a race car driver ... to stop wars. PATRICIA BLUM 21 DONALD F. BOC DONALD F. BOC Don . . . blithely . . . remembers before school . . . to be a fireman, happy, rich . . . 6 11 76 . . . Crosby, Stills Nash and Young . . . " later. " STACEY G. BORAKS Space shot . . . friendly, moody . . . " to each his own " . . . peeve: school lunches ... to get my associates degree in busi- ness management, to raise a big family . . . Cherry Hill, New- Jersey ' 77 . . . " Angie Baby, " " Stand Tall, " Peter Frampton. PATRICIA A. BORGESON Zonbb . . . found in a gold Fury looking . . . Starsky and Hutch with a pinkslip . . . protectors . . . T-days . . . moons on a highway . . . Neil Young . . . treasures family, friends, parties, and Rita ' s license . . . peeve: people who kiss in halls. CHRIS JAMES BOYATZIS Chris . . . philosophical, thinking . . . football, Mr. Fanning, friends . . . Brcx kline. ' . . . talks with Bob, champs ' 75 . . . " Larry died " . . . locker room talks with Pat . . . Lynda, Beach Boys 11 27 76 . . . Kary, Tricia . . . " Beginnings " . . . Mr. Gormley ... a PhD in psych . . . pride. DONALD BRADY Don . . . quiet, friendly, sincere . . . peeve: being absent . . . be an engineer ... to live life fully and happily . . . wishes for health and happiness . . . " the cards from friends and the class of ' 77 when I was in the hospital " . . . making many new friends. VIRGINIA A. BRANKLEY Ginger . . . shy, quiet, giggly . . . " c ' cst ce bon; that ' s- a-good liver " . . . marriage, college . . . home ec . . . teaching . . . ' 76 Junior Prom . . . to help people. DEBORAH ANN BRENNAN Debbie . . . sensitive, moody, gullible . . . fall ' 75 . . . Winter dance ' 75, Sr. prom ' 76, puddle jumping in the white knight . . . to be a chem teacher . . . that ' s life . . . found always and hope- fully forever with Michael . . . thank you, come again. STACEY G. BORAKS PATRICIA A. BORGESON CHRIS JAMES BOYATZIS DONALD BRADY VIRGINIA A. BRANKLEY DEBORAH ANN BRENNAN 22 JUNE K. BREZNER MARY G. BRIODY JANE H. BURKE JEAN M. BURNIE RANDYE BRCX KS JUNE K. BREZNER Amy . . . 03 . . . trees 7 3 " ' 6 . . . " doing Jim " . . . peeve; waiting, f rizzics . . . " figlits " . . . tlic cliase . . . strange things, staring . . . Mary ' s problem . . . memories of Jr. prom . . . to go to college and be happy and successful. MARY G. BRIODY ' 00 . . . half and half " 6 . . . the albino . . . rain at Walpole . . . initials at Fields . . . peeve: 12 26 " ), the cemetery . . . the chase . . . 6 18 6, wog doing " Jim " . . . D203 . . . " my $1.19 diamond " . . . wishes an apology would be accepted. RANDYE BROOKS athletic . . . Canton girls hockey, field hockey . . . Levis . . . " What ya talkin bout. ' " . . . fount! with Smitty, Doris, Kathy . . . cherishes famih ' and friends . . . blue Falcon . . . " Rock Me Baby " ... to be an athletic toach and to find success and happiness . . . four maturing years. FALILA J. BRLICE happy, mood ' , enjoys life . . . freshman year with Robbie . . . t-days . . . champagne at Fields Park with Dianne, Tcrri, Chris . . . 5 years with Ang . . . ' l . . . treasures family ... a few special memories . . . to share a happv life with someone special. ERIC BUCARIA Eric . . . cra y, nuts ... to go into heavy construction ... to marry . . . wishes for money . . . West School field ' . . . ZZ Top, Aerosmith. JANE H. BURKE BoFane . . . gullible, forgetful . . . " Biff R88 " . . . " go slow, go fast " . . . yellow daisies, 23 Mac ' s, boo 63 . . . Chicago . . . " Beginnings " . . . peeve: spiders ... to change Sept. ' 6 . . . memories of frosh year . . . 9 76 . . . Am. Stud, and Lane. . . . treasures " Mom .md Dad. " JEAN M. BURNIE 01 . . . a conversation on Xav ' s bleachers . . . rand . . . 4 6 76 . . . doing " Jim " . . . Chatham . . . Friendly ' s before Tull . . . the chase . . . jx-eve: Mary ' s problem . . .to keep a chipmunk. 23 LAURA BURNS JERRY BUSBY RICKIE J. BUTTERWORTH LAURA BURNS lazy, crazy . . . piccvc: S.H.S. . . . to be a nurse . . . owes it all to Mimi to finally graduate. JERRY BUSBY " I am tired and weary ... so tired of the endless fight ... so weary of waiting the dawn . . . and finding endless night . . . That I ask but rest and quiet — rest for the days that are gone, and quiet for the little space that I must journey on. " (J.C.) JENNIFER MARIE CABRAL Jen . . . shy, crazy, mo ody . . . " Oh my God! " . . . Sal, Connie, Myron — 8 7 76 . . . the gang at the drive-ins . . . peeve: blushing . . . " I Only Want to be With You " . . . Aerosmith, concerts . . . be a dental hygienist, be happy . . . the beach in Hull, skipping, getting caught, good times in and out of school . . . thanks. DAVID CAIN track . . . dances . . . the spa . . . Dave and Joe leave Mr. Perry with his problems . . . Mr. Fed and driver-ed . . . farm stories . . . 1950 black bomber Queen, " Killer Queen " . . .Chevy. . . " Live from New York it ' s " . . . Beverly . . . later! RITA M. CALDWELL tiny, talkative, friendly . . .parties. . . to change 4 15 74 . . . treasures family and friends . . . " Heart of Gold " . . . memories in a gold Fury . . . Christmas of " 75 . . . saying good-bye ... to be happy. MICHAEL EUGENE CALIBANI " Mike " . . . crazy, exciting, moody . . . " you ' re crazy " ... to go to college ... be a chef ... to have more love and freedom . . . DECA . . . D-hour commons . . .John Denver. . . " Sun- shine on My Shoulder. " JOHN R. CALIGUIRE Jack . . . Zooks lounge . . . " what ' s up " . . . to l e rich and happy . . . become a pilot . . . work-study . . . Peter Frampton . . . coming in late. JENNIFER MARIE CABRAL DAVID CAIN RITA M. CALDWELL MICHAEL EUGENE CALIBANI JOHN R. CALIGUIRE 24 BRENDA CALLAHAN BETH ANN CALLANAN MARYANN CALLANAN MYRON CALLENDER CATHLEEN CAMPBELL ROBERT CAMPBELL PETER JAMES CANAVAN LOUISE M. CARBONE ANTHONY CARDELLA BRENDA CALLAHAN Bren . . . peeve: gets angry when things go wrong ... to travel ... be a travel agent . . . remembers friends . . . Rolling Stones. BETH ANN CALLANAN Beep . . . memories of Lancaster, Pa. County Prison . . . getting lost going to hockey games . . . cold pizza, summer of 76 . . . the gang . . . Friendly ' s . . . waiting for Belle with Max and the Frinks . . . American studies . . . center ice with Laurie. MARYANN CALLANAN friendly, talkative, moody . . . " shut up, " " You turkey " . . . peeve: a certain person saying " I am perfect " . . . hojxs to suc- ceed in business world . . . " wish a friend a lot of luck with the Big Angel " . . . D209. MYRON CALLENDER M.C. . . . friendly . . . " Why Can ' t We Be Friends. ' " . . . go to college ... to become a mechanical engineer . . . eliminate social prejudices . . . skipping school, going to the beach, and leaving pants behind . . . Earth, Wind, and Fire. ROBERT CAMPBELL Bobby . . . quiet, easygoing, forgetful . . . The ' Allman Broth- ers Band . . . jxeve: getting out of bed in the morning ... to travel and be happy. PETER JAMES CANAVAN quiet, easygoing . . . peeve: waiting, no car . . . Dave ' s room . . . square parties . . . wrestling . . . nice chicks . . . fastball ... in the mornings . . . the corner . . . where ' s the party. LOUISE M. CARBONE Lou . . . moody, emotional, understanding . . . " got to have a laugh " . . . Chuck ' s and Steve ' s parties . . . Frampton . . . Mike, Nanette, Kathy, Cindy and Debbie, the girls in Easton. ANTHONY CARDELLA Tony . . . college . . . peace. STEVEN CARL BARBARA LEE CARLSEN NANCY E. CARLSON JOE CARROLL STEVEN CARL Good naturcd, easy to get along with . . . " for sure " . . . peeve: stupid questions . . . plans to go to college. BARBARA LEE CARLSEN Friendly, crazy . . . " howdy! " . . . remembers driver-ed., Jr. prom, StuC . . . spritz . . . honky . . . Tues. nights . . . Jokes the van . . . Thanks certain people . . . " If you leave me now " ... to major in elementary education ... to live forever. NANCY E. CARLSON Nancy . . . gullible, sensitive, happy . . . Friday the 13th . . . cheering with Miss Crimm . . . C-hour with Mac . . .Jr. Prom ... a broken arm . . . soph. yr. . . . peeve: blushing . . . found with Billy . . . plans to be happy. jOH CARROLL Uk . . . quick and easy . . . " you find yourself within yourself " " to .sec Houston in the Superbowl . . . track, golf, and dances . . " Rhiannon ' " . . . pepsi . . . lucky Irish hat . . . cater! STEVEN J. CARTER Steve . . . " want to bet. " ' " leach " . . . table in the dark . . . found at Farmers Outlet ... Jr. class trip, Sketti Suppler, the island . . . Eagles. MICHAEL J. CERRI Mike . . to be a musician . . . p eeve: prejudice . . . Junior class trip " " 6. American studies . . . wishes for end of crime. JOHN CHODOR " To be anymore, than I am would be a lie. Jefferson Airplane STEVEN J. CARTER STE " VEN CATALANO MICHAEL J. CERRI KIM CEVEN JAMES CHEVERIE JOHN CHODOR EDNA CHRISTOPHER ELAINE K. CHRISTOPHER CORI-ANN CLEARY CHERYL CLERICI THERESA ANN CLIMO KATHLEEN CLOUGH DONNA M. COCCHI ARTHUR COELHO CATHERINE A. CLARKE ELAINE K. CHRISTOPHER " Chops " . . . friendly, outgoing, happy . . . " We ' re out of here " . . . found with John . . . DECA with Mr. A. McCarthy . . . some day get married and settle down . . . " Dreams. " CATHERINE A. CLARKE Cathy . . . gullible, friendly . . . " decent " . . . memories Jr. prom, D-hour commons, out with the girls . . . treasures a cer- tain person . . . Fleetwood Mac . . . " Best of My Love " . . . plans to be a legal secretary. CORI-ANN CLEARY Cori . . . friendly, talkative, gullible . . . peeve: Mondays . . . Christmas dance ' 75 . . .Jr. prom . . . Al . . . 10 31 75 New- port . . . Sugar Mountain . . . the storm . . . Walpole parking lot . . . Mary ' s green raincoat . . . Braintree stop sign . . . plans to be a dental assistant. CHERYL CLERICI Moody, talkative, friendly . . . " ya, right, you know what I mean " . . . " the cc kid " . . . yucking it up in Norwood . . . Richie 5 2 75 . . . peeve: conceited people ... to travel in the country. THERESA ANN CLIMO Terri, Te . . . friendly . . . " that ' s sad " . . . found with Mark . . . Love to party . . . N. H. with Mary . . . peeve: " Muddy, " " Pratts, " and " Marx " . . . had fun with PUF gang . . . always remember Dave. KATHLEEN D. CLOUGH Cloughburger, cacqueta, fizz . . . mischievous, moody . . . " accept me as I am so that I can learn what I can become " . . . nature walk at night . . . school day at beach . . . falling all over ski slope . . . twirling pencils. DONNA M. COCCHI Donna . . . hypochondriac, sensitive, moody . . . " u-jerk " . . . Michael 9 7 74 . . . camping at hermit island . . . baby blue mustang . . . Dennisport ' 75 . . . 10 10 76 . . . 11 4 76 . . . treasures family, friends . . . Patty ' s friendship . . . good times with good friends . . . to go to Hawaii. ARTHUR COELHO " Turo " . . . Zook ' s lounge, grand prix . . . " cool ' ' , ' . . . peeve: jocks . . . Logan Airport . . . to do well and have a family, no wars, Peter Frampton, Lily, chicken call, work-study. 27 I MICHAEL J. COGRAN AMY J. COHEN PETER D. COLBURN JR. I MICHAEL J. COGRAN Mike . . . " Who ' s going? " . . . peeve: school . . . engineering ... to have a good time . . . special memories of " when I didn ' t go " . . . " so long and good-bye. " AMY J. COHEN Amy . . . remembers Wendy and Cruiser . . . Dave in Wendy ' s . . . making sandwiches . . . peeve: Wendy ' s . . . Cape Cod Concen . . . 7 7 76, 9 26 76 . . . history conference . . . Citi- zen Band Friends . . . Penny, Jania. PETER D. COLBURN JR. quiet, a little insane . . . " that says it all " . . . " my battered legs " . . . happy memories of E204 . . . Saturday morning foot- ball games . . . track . . . " What about us guys with light beards? " . . . thanks to Ron . . . " to be myself. " JOSEPHINE M. COLETTI Jodi . . . friendly, excited . . . " who cares? " . . . Cape 76 . . . peeve: selfish people . . . treasures family and friends . . . David 11 3 72 thanks to Anna . . . Archway, Sue, Pat . . . " cig- arettes in socks " ... to visit Hawaii, California. DEBORA A. COLP Debbie . . . crazy, gullible, outgoing cruising . . . Kathy and the Cape . " ugh-ugh " . . . remember the rain . . bye . . .All that ' s left is memories . . " Texas " . . . found . . the all nighters . . . . pet peeve: saying good- DIANE M. COLP crazy, gullible, talkative . . . " you dink " . . . treasures a certain jserson . . . 2 7 76 . . . memories of Junior Prom, Vermont, and " Tex " . . . peeve: saying good-bye . . . hopes to live life to the fullest. KIMBERLY COLSON Kim . . . moody, stubborn, silly and loud . . . " Yo baby " . . . peeve: two-faced people . . . to be a hairdresser . . . memories of Ma ' s class, special memories of Bass River, 7 30 76, parties down Marc ' s. BRUCE C. CONLY quiet . . . " don ' t worry " . to be a contractor. JOHN M. CONNOLLY John . . . friendly, fun, critical . . . the island . . . snowbanks in NH . . . p eeve: snobs . . . table in the dark . . . crystals at Jr. Prom . . . Latin with Mr. Berry . . . to go to college. JOSEPHINE M. COLETTI DEBORA A. COLP DIANE M. COLP KIMBERLY COLSON BRUCE C. CONLY JOHN M. CONNOLLY 28 MARIE CONRAD ROBERT J. CONWAY MICHAEL CRAIG SUSAN J. CREAR MICHAEL CUGNO ANN CUMMINGS DIANE CUMMINGS KATHY CZERWONKA JANE M. COOGAN JACQUELYN J. COURTEAU MARIE CONRAD " You see things as they are; and you ask why; but I dream things that never were, and I ask why not? " ROBERT J. CONWAY Cowboy . . . good sense of humor, smiling . . . " Southie, the Irish Riviera " . . . peeve: not having any money . . . the island, Jr. class trip . . . Eagle ' s Greatest Hits . . . table in the dark . . . found with John, Bob, and Jim . . . to be damn happy. JANE M. COOGAN " Give me a break, " " it ' s only natural drama " . . . 11th and 12th grade work-study . . . " the band " . . . Aerosmith . . . Framp- ton . . . thanks to Dr. Tardanico. JACQUELYN J. COURTEAU Jacqui . . . friendly, talkative, gullible . . . " you ' re no fun " . . . peeve: phonies . . . memories of mother-daughter night with Terri, and E-hour with Kathy ... to some day be a secretary, make someone very happy . . . mirrors. SUSAN J. CREAR found with George . . . apt. parties . . . Mark ' s Impalas ... 6 28 74 . . . peeve: mufflers . . . nights at the factories . . . The Who . . . " Gettin In Tune. " ANN M. CUMMINGS gullible, quiet, moody . . . peeve: school, jocks ... to become a secretary . . . happiness . . . remembers Mr. McCarthy ' s DECA class. . . Bad Company , . .12 24 75. . . parties at the corner . . . found with Jimmy. DIANE L. CUMMINGS Di . . . crazy, rowdy, friendly . . . " you toad, " " remember Jean. ' " . . . people that use you . . . to be happy . . . everybody to be friends . . . 10 30 76, Caf 2 — Mr. Sarno ' s biology class . . . " Love Do Right, " BeeGees . . . fooling around in first lunch. KATHY CZERWONKA 2 nk . . . usually found with Deb cruisin ' around . . . Baracuda . . . peeve: waiting for a phone call and running out of gas . . . " get lost " . . . plans to be a hairdresser and have own shop. 29 ANDREW CZYRAS CHRISTINE M. DALY DEANNA DALY ANDREW CZYRAS Andy . . . fast and wanting . . . " I ' ll try anything once " . . . peeve: track practices . . . hopes to go to college . . .memories: track, Mr. Chamberlain ' s A-hour English class . . . " Round- about, " Black Sabbath. CHRISTINE M. DALY Chris . . . open, sensitive, crazy . . . " To fly to the sun without burning a wing " . . . peeve: blushing . . . hopes to live on a mountain near a lake . . . to be free and happy . . . wishes for understanding . . . memories: walking down the halls. DEANNA DALY gullible, funny . . ting at Karen ' s . . . . . diet ccxjkies . . hanging at Andy ' s . . . peeve: odd numbers . quizzes with Joey . . . memories: babysit- . . morning parties The clift . . . hazel nut. DIANNE C. DAMIANI Di . . . quiet, friendly, and easy to get along with . . .Jr. Prom . . . peeve: jocks . . . to be with Jimmy . . . Fields Park with Teri, Paula, and Chris and the champagne . . . to be a nurse . . . Chicago, " Just you n ' me. " BRENDA DANIELS deep, serious . . . peeve: gossipy girls . . . hopes to become a musician . . . " search for tranquility, individuality, and freedom " . . . memories: Chorus and stage band. BRIAN STEVEN DARLING Vinny . . . found at zooks . . . will never forget Bass River, Peter Frampton concert . . . party . . . nice . . . " wanna fool around " . . . remembers work-study. JOHN S. DeANDRADE Cuda . . . moody . . . peeve: working on cars . . . hopes to go into the business field, to be wealthy . . . " Chick Corea. " MICHELLE L. DeCOSTA Mickey . . . " something fierce " ' 75-77 . . . " After the Loving. " memories of work-study JOHN DeLUCA Nutzy . . . lazy . . . " take it easy " . . . peeve: jocks . . . hopes to be well-off and happy . . . stop all war . . . wishes for every- one to be happy and live together . . . memories of work-study . . . Peter Frampton . . . " They should let you smoke in school. " DIANNE C. DAMIANI BRENDA DANIELS JOHN S. DeANDRADE iv KrxN DeMELLO DAVID A. DENNENO JO CAROL DENNISON MARIA DcOLIM DEBRA DEUTSCH BRIAN T. DEVINE ROBERT S. DIMATTEO DONNA M. DISTEFANO KATHERINE DONOVAN KAREN DeMELLO " Pufs " ... in the mornings . . . the corner . . . 12 13 75 . . . North School, Dukey, J. Geils . . . carry on . . . peeve: Not eve . . . " What do you want to do. ' ' " " We ' re out of here! " DAVID A. DENNENO Pizza . . . friendly, crazy . . . memories of the Junior class trip . . . summer of ' 76 . . . peeve: E-hour studies. JO CAROL DENNISON Jo . . . " 340 Duster " . . . found with Tom . . . Crazy Jr. year . . . to be an executive secretary ... J. Geils, Stoughton Diner, " hey Ves! " . . . November 8, 1975. MARIA DeOLIM Goose . . . " must of got lost " . . . peeve: two-faced people . . . to be a physical therapist . . . more love in the world . . . mem- ories: Mr. Andrews, Mr. Keppel . . . " Feelings " . . . work- study. BRIAN T. DEVINE Rookie . . . active, friendly, serious sense of humor . . . " Now we ' ve got problems " . . . peeve: tank-sized cars . . . hopes to be a millionaire . . . wishes that the U.S. won the Vietnam war . . . Mr. Hart ' s coordinated colors . . . Beatles, Allman Bros. Band. ROBERT S. DiMATTEO Bob, Matleo, Bare . . . Bob ' s, student government . . . Colour My World " . . . " Mares, " " J-Geils " Albie, Chris, Tomia . . . fond old memories of locker rooms, Saturday lunch with Johnny, home, " my wall " . . . peeve: not enough time . . . Senior prom, N.H. ... to love and learn, truth. DONNA M. DiSTEFANO gullible, sensitive, jockish . . . " c ' mon Pufs " . . . Partee . . . camp with Alice and Gail . . . Steve Miller Band . . . C-hour with Mac . . . Martha ' s Vineyard with Space and Nancy . . . peeve: " my fall and four guard rails " . . . exaggerating . . . leave with a smile. KATHERINE DONOVAN mosquitoes . . . green raincoat at Walpole . . . D-lst bathroom before school, Mr. Maccini ' s hiking trips to Blue Hills, Mr. Monti much later, F-hour . . .Jr. prom, class trip . . . initials at Fields Park . . . cleaners at Park Plaza, $5 bet with best buddy . . . 5 9 75 and hopefully forever. 31 LYNNE A. DOSTOOMIAN L ' NNE A. DOSTOOMIAM Talkative, fickle . . . basketball . . . morning parties . . . good times night . . . tears at Mears . . . coach . . . sleeping out . . . ' 56 . . . 3B ' s and E with Mary Ann . . . " hi. " ROBERT J. DOUCET Bov, Deuce . . . crazy, insane . . . to be rich . . . Epping . . . drag cars . . . dirt bikes . . . Aerosmith . . . big panies over Tom ' s . . . good riddance. EUGENE F. DOUCETTE Gene . . . baseball, basketball, skiing . . . Junior prom . . dekus . . . found with Tootie, Tony and Peter . . . 10 6, Elm Street. MICHAEL E. DUGAS Mike . . . moody, sometimes quiet . . . " radical " ... to own his own business . . . Bl03 with Mr. Spack . . . Led Zeppelin . . . to have a lot of money . . . " school seemed like a prison when the fence was put up. " WENDY JO ELLISON Wen . . . friendly, short, determined . . . peeve: phoney people, back-stabbers, close-minded people . . . to go to collfcge, travel . . Dlst basement, cafe ... to end discrimination, poverty, wars and unhappiness ... to make someone happy. RICHARD FAGERBERG Rich . . . cool, calm, collective . . . " Hey, are we out of here? " 4 25 76. . . summer ' 76 . . . foxy ladies . . . Dimond Hill . . . 10 8 76 ... to build a good racer and take a long trip with someone special . . . pseeve; no money. BRIDGET M. FEENEY Phoebe . . . moody, unique, energetic . . . " oh my God, that ' s awful! " . . . peeve: rushing around, homework . . . to become a fashion illustrator . . . going out with the girls, always with Steve. . . " Caroline " by Jefferson Starship. DOxNNA G. FEINGOLD " After the darkness comes the dawn " . . . peeve: waiting, bro- ken promises, liars . . . college . . . wants happiness and success . . . Hampton Beach . . . the van . . . " I ' ll meet you at the cor- ner. " ROBERT J. DOUCET EUGENE F. DOUCETTE MICHAEL E. DUGAS WENDY JO ELLISON RICHARD FAGERBERG JOHN FARREL BRIDGET M. FEENEY DONNA G. FEINGOLD 32 JEFFREY M. FEINGOLD JUDY FERNANDES CHRISTINA FEZIO STEPHEN D. FIELD JOHN FIGUEIREDO JILL A. FINNERTY SYLVIA FISCHER PAUL FITZPATRICK JUDY FERNANDES Judy . . . wishes to go to hairdressing school ... to travel to Hawaii . . . cure for mental illness . . . memories of old friends . . . " Beck, " " Scatterbrain, " " Jefferson Starship " . . . White Rabbit. CHRISTINA FEZIO Tina . . . " Chacun a son gout " . . . peeve: stereotypes, paranoid . . . " to undo all that SHS has done to me " . . . fondest memo- ries of beating the system . . . " Glad I ' ll be out before the attack dogs come in. " STEPHEN D. FIELD Freak, Rocker . . . radical, generous, outspoken . . . " say what? " . . . peeve: people who tell me what to do ... to write . . . get rid of all money . . . outside before school, break- fast . . . parties in the cellar . . . Steely Dan, jazz, Trujillo Coca. JOHN FIGUEIREDO Fig . . . self-minded . . . peeve: jocks . . . John Mayall . . . " the laws must change " . . . wishes to work with foods, to be successful and happy . . . will always remember parties up Mountain Road, Fish and Game and Pratts . . . Little League — Field. JILL A. FINNERTY Zonbb . . . sarcastic and silly but happy . . . protectors . . . T- days, beach, Bermuda . . . treasures family and friends . . . found with the girls out looking . . . gold Fury, parties . . . the Farkle Family . . . Lorraine ' s car . . . " Don ' t Go Breakin ' My Heart " . . . riding around endlessly. SYLVIA FISCHER Pisces . . . skinny, determined . . . " go nuts " . . . found with Cindy anywhere ... to gain weight . . . memories of Mr. G. . . . work-study . . . future with a special guy ... to work with children. PAUL FITZPATRICK Fitz . . . sociable, ambitious . . . peeve: friends who aren ' t . . . to see the country, to be successful . . . found in my van . . . Ba Compan ea ul 33 SARA L. FLEISCHER MICHAEL FRANK SHERRYL LYNN FRANKLIN SARA L. FLEISCHER Sara smiles . . . crazy, talkative, outgoing . . . " I ' m hungry " " who said that? " . . . peeve: two-faced people . . . hopes to become rich and get the best out of life . . . " the white bomber " parties, jammed . . . " the secret " . . .all nighter with Linda and company. LISA N. FREEDMAN Quiet, friendly . . . peeve: people who have no regard for other ' s belongings ... to become a dental hygienist ... to travel to other parts of America . . . wishes for a cure for all . . . Neil Diamond. CHRISTINE GAFFNEY Chrissy . . . talkative, always smiling . . . weekends at the cot- tage, the beach. Goo Camels, Jake in Washington . . . " instant " . . . boat sneakers . . . " found with my Siamese twin, or out looking " . . . " Mississippi accent! " a special friend Eddie, my love. STEPHEN GAGNON Gag . . . sociable, happy-go-lucky . . . " your mother " . . . peeve: people who are conceited . . . to be an electrician ... to be rich and happy . . . remembers Mr. Spack ' s shop, Mr. LaVellc ' s room . . . Trujillo Coca. TERRY FRATUS LISA N. FREEDMAN CHRISTINE GAFFNEY STEPHEN GAGNON 34 ROBERT J. GALANIS GERARD F. GALIZIO DONALD W. GARRICK MAUREEN T. GEARIN GREG GEDEN ROBERT J. GALANIS Ace . . . cute, crazy, stubborn . . . " Bozo, " " Shnook " . . . peeve: subs on Tuesday . . . hopes to go to college . . . " to become rich " . . . wishes to change 6 30 76 . . . memories: streaking, Friendly ' s, mooning, the island. GERARD F. GALIZIO Football, hockey . . .Jr. class trip: Dekcus . . . cruising in the " grease mobile " . . . the island . . . table in the dark . . . the garage tapes — Burn ' em Chico!!! peeve: not getting subs on Wednesday . . . good times with " The Men. " DONALD W. GARRICK " Don " . . . quiet . . . " big blue " ... to travel . . . Jethro Tull, Mr. B ' s Latin I class . . . " Ya " . . . plans to take it very easy. MAUREEN T. GEARIN Mo. . . crazy, sensitive, gullible . . .11 7 75. . . coconut and commons . . .Jr. prom . . . westswings . . . Am. Stud, and Lane. . . . hockey games . . . really. ' . . . Wawa . . . peeve: dog hands . . . " Don ' t miss me " . . . " Anybody got a brush.- " . . . to go to college and be happy. GREG GEDEN " My empire is myself and I defy the external; yes, I rule the whole or die " . . . to be an engineer . . . remembers parties and Vermont . . . Black Sabbath, " Iron Man. " ALBERT GENDREAU Al . . . quiet, easygoing . . . peeve: working . . . " to go to col- lege " . . . to be financially well of f . . . plans to sec the country. EDMOND GENDREAU Ed . . . quiet, happy . . . peeve: doing nothing . . . plans to visit California on a motorcycle . . . accomplishment in life is to be an engineer. ALBERT GENDREAU EDMOND GENDREAU 35 f ' DEBBIE L GHELFI JOHN F. GILES ED GILL DEBBIE L. GHELFI quiet, moody . . . rwo-faced people . . . " ya really, " " whatever turns ya on, " " here doggie " . . . hiking up Blue Hills, BSCS, C- hour commons ... J. Geils ' 76 . . . to live a happy life . . . finally! JOHN F. GILES Jay . . . quiet . . . peeve: blue ' 67 T-birds . . Corvette . . . E-hour study with Mr. McCanhy . . . join the army. own a black ' 66 . . Beach Boys ED GILL Gilligan . . . friendly, easygoing, unsteady . . . Claude and Nicky flunked . . . A403 • . • College . . . open campus . . . junior class trip . . . " After the Gold Rush. " RICHARD M. GIROUX Rich . . . " turkey brains " . . . " that ' s right " . . . E-hour study ... to win Baja 500 ... to live in New Hampshire . . . James Taylor, Neil Young . . . wishes for a world-wide peace. STEVEN GLIDDEN Glid . . . peeve: two-faced people . . . to be a state cop . . . remembers J. V. hockey bus . . . Sociology I and II. RHONDA GOODMAN Woolhead, Munchkin . . . " hi there! " " how is it " . . . Nervsy . . . Stu-C . . . tcxxhas a long time, noses and birds . . . so . . . ah . . . ya? " why? " ... I don ' t want to be a millionaire — just live like one . . . the sox, ooh-growing pains, loves dancing . . . see ya later. MARY ELLEN GRADY Dukey . . . Pugmobile full of Pufs . . . 12 11 75 with a certain dot . . . " in the morning " . . . C-hour with Mac . . . Junior prom . . . Nonh Schcx)l — Karen ... J. Geils . . . Lasagna Supper. . . Danger with Cathy . . .5 6 76. . . the sewing cir- cle .. . 11 1 75. RICHARD M. GIROUX STEVEN GLIDDEN RHONDA GOODMAN MARY ELLEN GRADY 36 ELLEN M. GRAINEY MARK A. GREEN DONNA M. GRIFFIN DAVID HADLEY KEVIN HALL BRETT GREENE ELLEN M. GRAINEY trig problems in homeroom . . . to be an accountant, die happy and in peace ... no more war . . . Mr, Woodruff ' s " cut " walk- out, hermies, morning circles, freezing on unschedule, A-hour, Junior year. MARK A. GREEN Honk . . . late, easy-going . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . foot- ball and shop ... to keep mustang . . . " you see things as they are and you ask why, but I dream things that never were and ask why not.- ' " ... to teach shop. CYNTHIA GRIFFIN Cindy . . . thoughtful, moody . . . peeve: frizzy weather . . . 24th and 29th, the boat, getting lost in Boston with Maureen, troubles with decisions, D-lst freshman year with Mary, dreams . . . " Precious and Few, " " Valley of the Dolls " . . . to go to col- lege for nursing. DONNA M. GRIFFIN " Grif " . . . talkative, stubborn, impatient . . . " Oh whatever " . . . peeve: algebra . . . to go into legal field and continue mod- eling . . . memories: 12 25 75, " Tevie " Jr. prom, N.H., ski trips, Mary ' s claw. DAVID HADLEY " Had " . . . quiet, easygoing . . . " are you nuts? " . . . peeve: going to school . . . going into oceanography . . . making a mil- lion dollars . . . double sessions, wrestling, track . . . Jefferson Starship. KEVIN HALL " Garo " " Chicky " . . . friendly, gullible, slow . . . peeve: eating subs on Thurs., brown noses . . . the island, rowing with Ken- ney and RT, baseball, soccer . . . Eagles . . . table in the dark . . . travel, succeed . . . college or Air Force. 37 I JAMES M. HANLEY KERRIE L. HANNA JAMES M. HANLEY Jimmy . . . quiet, friendly . . . Marxes . . . Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young . . . Deja Vu . . . Mr. Walsh ' s printing classes . . . peeve: being late . . . Patti 10 3 75 . . . the Who, Moody Blues. KERRIE L HANNA Friendly, talkative . . . " summer of " " ' 6, " trip to Penn., Ski Club, getting lost at Blue Hills, the hustle, cold pizza, vice-versa dance, twirling at halftime, " smile " . . . Beach Boys, " Put Your Head on my Shoulder " . . . nursing. JOHN HANRAHAN Jack . . . mellow, sociable . . . " gimme a break! " . . . peeve: empty baggies . . . draftsman, ride to west coast on a Harley-Davi- son-1200 ... to own a house with 40 acres ... ' 76 smokers walk- out . . . The Who . . . too many " Mickey Mouse " rules. CYNTHIA A. HANSLER Cindy . . . gullible, friendly, silly . . . " whatever " . . . out with the girls, N.H., 12 17 75, Jr. Prom, found with Cathy, Patty ' s van . . . f eeve: friends who aren ' t . . . " Sounds of Silence, " " Blinded By The Light " . . . James Taylor . . . To be a legal secretary. JOHN HARDIMAN Cirease . . . " all the parties in my GMC " . . . " I leave the VFB to all the bench warmers on the varsity hockey team. " EDWARD L HEGGIE Reverend Heggie, Kool Breeze . . . lazy, talkative, flirtatious, girl watcher . . . " what ' s happenin ' , " " The Man " . . . peeve: Algebra II . . " find a perfect woman for me " . . . " It ' s all over thank God. " I JOHN HANRAHAN CYNTHIA A. HANSLER JOHN HARDIMAN AMY HAYES EDWARD L. HEGGIE 38 KEITH J. HEMEON BOB HILL GREGORY G. HILL LESTER A. HINCHLIFFE JANE HOCHMUTH KEVIN W. HODGES ROBERT E. HOFFMAN KEITH J. HEMEON Quiet, happy-go-lucky . . . " Hi, see you later " . . . " how ' s life? " . . . peeve: English . . . school . . . happy exciting life . . . success . . . money for all . . . no hatred . . . tr ip to Pennsylva- nia . . . track . . . America GREGORY G. HILL Greg . . . tennis, skiing, frisbee . . . Junior prom: dekcus . . . Tom Rush . . . little red bug . . . The Cape . . . search for end- less summer . . . table in the dark ... to see Australia and Eng- land . . . 10 21 75. JANE HOCHMUTH Hawk . . . found in a Gold Fury . . . out lookin for a party . . . " somf " . . . " Only Love Can Break Your Heart " . . . peeve: waiting and saying good-bye . . . protectors . . . " If I can ' t have what I want I ' ll do without the best. " KEVIN W. HODGES J. J. . . . funny, cute, modest . . . " get off my case " . . . peeve: School Committee . . . to be rich ... to get married . . . to be happy in life . . . Beach Boys . . . found at Roxies or with the gang. ROBERT E. HOFFMAN Bob, Hoffa . . . easygoing, always smiling . . . " you got nothin ' " ... peeve: not eating subs Friday nights . . . Winter Dance . . . rocking car . . . careful of drunks . . . . to break into the business empire Aerosmith . . . table in the dark. ELENA M. HOLMES 39 i DENNIS J. D. HORRIGAN DONNA ELAINE HUDSON SHARON P. HUNKELER DENNIS J. D. HORRIGAN " I won ' t say anything for the one I love now doesn ' t want me to. " DONNA ELAINE HUDSON Easygoing, energetic . . . peeve: physiology cats . . . plans to become wildlife and conservation technician . . . remembers camp- ing in New Hampshire, track . . . " Rhymes and Reasons " . . . wishes for peace throughout the world. SHARON P. HUNKELER Shar . . . 05 . . . gullible, lazy . . . special thanks to Bill . . . " Poppy ' s at the Inn " . . . hockey games ' 76 . . . campaigning, the win. . . " what? " . . . peeve: fights, waiting . . . to go to Europe. JOANN INTERRANTE Jo . . . weird, crazy, gullible . . . . . peeve: waiting to turn 18 . . bers trip to Pa. with Jim and Judy 8 24 76, T-bird, Bradlees. " I ' ll bet, " " what? " " Nothing " stop all prejudices . . . remem- . . summer of ' 76, Paul ' s Pinto, CHRISTENE M. IVALDI " The seasons go round and round, and painted ponies go up and down. We ' re captive on a carrousel of time we can ' t return we can only look behind, from where we came, and go round and round and round in the circle of games. " MICHELE L.JACKSON Mishy . . . quiet, nutty . . . " It takes a lot of big things to make a friend, but one little thing to lose a friend " . . . peeve: quarreling . . . " to be content and happy with myself " . . . " Feelings " . . . drill team. LYNNE M. JARDIN Crazy, friendly, fun . feet, ankles . . . Bob ' s van cial friend. JV ' s, summer ' 76, Cat parties . . . peeve: . friends . . . long talks ... a sp e- JAMESJ.JASPERSON " Jap " . . . Mr. Spack ' s shop . . . sophomore math with Mr. Con- nelly . . . peeve: Mexican . . . concerts . . . Nancy . . . Al Dimeola . . . dirt and road riding . . . wants to travel . . . would like to become a machinist. JO ANN INTERRANTE FRANK B. IRELAND CHRISTENE M. IVALDI MICHELE L. JACKSON LYNNE M. JARDIN JAMES J. JASPERSON 40 WALTER JOSEPH JENNINGS LAURIE M.JOHNSON NANETTE D.JONES IRENE H.JORDAN YOLANDA JURJEVIC ELLEN W. KAUFMAN LAURA KAZIER WALTER JOSEPH JENNINGS Wally, Gauthier . . . woof-woof . . . peeve: " I don ' t know, I don ' t care! " . . . memories of Canada ' 75, Maine ' 73, A + W, track, Dyppy, Ski Club, Paragon Park, Loc, Knight, the bear . . . the Beatles. LAURIE JOHNSON Lauralye . . . different, flakey, happy . . . " oh blow it out your ear! " . . , peeve: snobs . . . to be a doctor . . . wishes to be happy and get rid of hate . . . remembers " Prince " and freezing at center line with Beep . . . Aerosmith . . . " Colour my World. " NANETTE D.JONES Friendly, outgoing, sensitive . . . " wooh " . . . peeve: cliques ... to teach the blind and retarded . . . wishes for complete happiness . . . " Tapestry. " IRENE H.JORDAN Weena . . . pufs in the pufmobile with talking tree . . . corantheums . ... up the subby . . . 4-way cee . Meats . . . peeve: ignorance. . . mornin ' s . . . woods . " Gonna Hitch a Ride " . 11 18 76 . . . tears at YOLANDA JURJEVIC Outgoing, happy, independent, friendly . . . peeve: two-faced people . . . wants to be an administrative nurse . . . " to make my life the best I possibly can " . . . remembers Christmas ' 75 . . . " Could it be Magic " . . . Barry Manilow. ELLEN W. KAUFMAN " Hey you guys, wait for me! " . . an accountant . . . peeve: waiting . found with Scott . . " party! " to be RICHARD M. KEARNS Kearnsey . . . quiet . . . peeve: school ... to stop all war. RICHARD KEARNS JOHN KEATING 41 MATT KELL BRIAN F. KELLEY PATRICIA A. KELLEY MATT KELL Smell . . . " get out of here " . . . peeve: Mexican and warm beer . . . to be successful . . . inflation . . . remembers 4 years with Mr. Walsh . . . Johnny Winters. BRIAN F. KELLEY " Kell " . . . crazy, witty . . . " It ' s been real " . . . to be an auto mechanic ... to live a long life . . . Mr. Z ' s gym class . . . Teddies shop . . . " White Room " . . . Cream . . . " It ' s finally PATRICIA A. KELLEY Patty, mouth . . . loud, strange, crazy . . . " anything " . . . peeve: two-minded people . . . to be an executive secretary . . . to be happy . . . walkout May ' 76 . . .2 years shorthand with Linda. . . Drift Away . . . Jan. 10 with Lisa . . . mave mob. MICHAEL E. KENNEDY Gizmo, spinach chin . . . burnt, indescribable . . . " always play- ing games " . . . peeve: people who call me Gizmo or spinach chin ... to become a chef . . . sharp razor blades . . . partying on the patio . . . Trujillo Coca. KEVIN KENNEY Bone . . . athletic, quiet . . . to go to California and be a beach bum. . . Canton with Kezer . . . peeve: my right knee . . .12 6 76 with Heggic . . . advice . . . gingerbread appt ... in the rowboat with Hall and Kezer . . . piece of cake. ALAN R. KERSHAW Al . . . friendly, fun loving . . . " forget this " Jr. prom , " what a night " . . . " If " . . . 9 25 75 . . . Beach Boys, " Wouldn ' t It Be Nice " . . . physio with Lynne . . . Brooklinc? . . . conccns, skiing, dance weekends . . . the island . . . Pat ' s pole . . . talks with Pam . . . times with Mary Jo . . . to be a physician. GERALD F. KEZER Jerry . . . Pat . . . athletic . . . 6 4 76 . . . football — Mr. CuUcn, Mr. Fanning . . . left sock . . . rowboat with Kenney and Hall . . . locker room talks with Chris . . . New Hampshire . . .the concert . . . 12 8 76. MARGARET M. KILDAY Meg . . . crazy, moody, sensitive . 76 — Steve . . . Eagles concert . " 76. . .a certain talk with Dave . treasures her Raggedy Ann. . AB ' s with Lynne . . .3 7 . Gorm . . . Summer of ' 75- . Jardins . . . " friends " . . . MARY J. KENNEDY MICHAEL E. KENNEDY KEVIN KENNEY ALAN R. KERSHAW GERALD F. KEZER MARGARET M. KILDAY DAVID KIMTIS STEPHEN F, KING LORRAINE I. KOFINK DOUGLAS G. KOLZ SALLY I. KOSINSKI STEPHEN M. KOSINSKI ELAINE AMANDA KOURAFAS MARLENF. A KROWSKI DAVID KIMTIS Dave . . . tall, quiet . . . peeve: math Suffragette City . . . Bowie. to visit Mizar 5 STEPHF.N F. KING " hiya " . . . peeve: no " smoking " . . . work George of " 6 ■Beck " :attcr-brain. LORRAINE. I. KOFINK Raine . . . cra y. friendly with Paul ... 1 2y . . 12 long years . . . TuU . . be a hairdresser. . " not even " . . . Franks or found " 6 Sunbird. Corvettes . . . peeve: That ' s the Way I Like It " ... to DOUGLAS Ci. KOLZ Kolzie . . . talkative . . . " really " . . . college ful . . . D-hour commons ' 75 . . .Jimi Hendrix. . be sally;. KOSINSKI " Sal " . . . blonde, quiet, crazy . . . peeve: Iceland, waiting . . . Aerosmith 11 16 6. . . July " 6 . . .7 2 76. . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . football and basketball games . . .Stu 4 21 76 ... to travel and live a happy life. ELAINE AMANDA KOURAFAS Mandy . . . intelligent, charming, and a terrific liar . . . " If you can ' t be good; Ix- good at it " . . . Beatles, Glendopetha and Cat Stevens . . . luni.h with the ladies. Porches and swing riding on the port of Hvannis . . .to live happily ever after. STEVE KRACOV Krackv . . . " really ' . . truck driver . . . Beatles. MARLENF. A KROWSKI sarcastic, emotional . . . " realh " . . . peeve: getting up in the morning . . to be a lawyer . . .to be happy . . . ftx tball, bas- ketball games . . . Aerosniith, 11 16 76, Beatles . . . too crowded. 43 LEE-ANN KUNDROT LEE-ANN KUNDROT Lee . . . talkative, individualistic, crazy . . . " tell me about it " . . . " tliree in the morning " " . . . Monday mornings . . .11 29 2 . . . Rita ' s cellar . . . Bee Gees . . . FriendK ' s and Fields Park . . . to be a hairdresser. CAROL j. LaELAMME Dimples. . . moody, sensitive . . . " don ' t quit. " " " right " . . .5 16 6. . . the summer of 76, weekends over Lorraine ' s, WROR . . " I want to be Robbie ' s girl. " " smile. " jAME.S LANDOLFI Jim ... no bargain . . . IjeA Zeppelin. EDWARD F. LANE Ed . . . excellent . . . peeve: Lesile . . . computers . . . com- munication between teachers and students . . . the band . . . Chicago. ANTHONY " j. LANZA Tony . . . baseball, water-skiing . . . Winter Dance . . . Junior year . , . 10 6, Elm Street . . . found with Tootie, Peter. Gene . . . going down Cape . . . cellar calls . . . to go to college. KEVIN EDWARD LaPORTE Kev. Bappa . . . athletic, moody, likeable . . . " easy bear " . . . peeve: " Zit fits ' " . . . falling asleep at drive-in . . . found with Pete . . . Mom and Dad . . . prep school . . . remembers hockey . . . to be happy. L NDA LORRAINE LEBIEDZ " oh shoot! " " . . . " well " " . . . smiling, daydreaming, agreeable . . hates: " A Jay. " " phcinies, waiting . . . loves: pizza, dances, the beach . . . memories: May ' " ' 6, Herman, ski trips, crusin " . . . Beach Boys. Neil Diamond. Chicago . . . " If " " . . . to go to Hawaii ... be direct . . . " thanks Ma and Dad " " . . . Sambo and Hobo. CAROLJ. LaFI MME RICHARD LaFRANCE KENNETH LANCIANI JAMES LANDOLFI EDWARD F. LANE ANTHONY J. LAxNZA KEVIN EDWARD LaPORTE L ' NDA LORRAINE LEBIEDZ 44 RICHARD J. LEDIN ROBERT LEDWITH DIANE E. LEE BRUCE D. LINDEN RICHARDJ. LEDIN Den . . . quiet, friendly . . . " what a rush " . . . peeve: Stough- ton High . . . to go to college . . . to be happy . . . commons, summers . . . Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young . . . Yes. ROBERT LEDWITH Bob . . . looking forward to Amherst . . . " Are you going to Scarborough fair? ' C-hour commons DIANE LEE Di . . . gullible, rowdy, moody, friendly . . . " dig it. " " ooo baby " . . . peeve: staying home, waiting, homerooms . . . to be a hairdresser ... to travel and be free . . . DECA . . . E-hour with Mac and Eonzie . . . Aerosmith. LISA LEIF Lisa . . . crazy, sensitive . . . " anything " " reepabee " " Zonk " . . . peeve: stuck-up people . . . memories of Jan. 10 with Patty, the hole, the corner. Duke ' s. D2nd with Nancy . . . " I ' m wait- ing for the sun " . . . Fleetwood-Mac . . . to be happy with life. JAMES LENNON Jim. Huck . . . friendly, pudgy, cute . . . good driver . . . " you goon " . . . Junior year ... Pa with John . . . the island . . . found with John and Bob . . . moonin ' . . . table in the dark . . . " If " . . . to be h?ppy. DONNA J. LEONARD Straight, gullible, learning . . . found in gold fury . . . Rita ' s corner . . . Starsky and Hutch with pinkslip . . . " where ' s the parties? " . . . wishes to change 6 10 75 . . . " You Make Me Feel Like Dancing " . . . Treasures family, friends, life. DOUGLAS E. LEWIS Doug . . . peeve: driving around . . . college . wrestling . . . Aerosmith . . . table in the dark. the island. BRUCE D. LINDEN wants to go to college and someday play professional baseball . . . summer of ' 76 in Vermont . . . Jim Hendrix, " Band of Gypsies. " 45 CATHERINE LINGLEY CATHERINE LINGLEY Cath, Rudy . . . riding to the Cape with Donna and Ween . . . pufs . . . " danger " with Dukey . . . Lasagna Supper . . . " All Kinds " birthdays — 4 6 76. . . in the mornings . . . C-hour with Jude . . . bathroom talks . . . sewing circle . . . " shut her off ! " JOYCE ALISON LIVINGSTONE Quiet, tolerant, cheerful . . . " where ' s Joyce? " . . . " smile " . . . memories of a band, " Tubby Tuba, " newspaper ... Sr. play . . . " Tears of a Clown " . . . to be a good teacher. DONNA J. LLOYD Deejay . . . " Bang a laGue, " " take four spazos " . . . peeve: late swim team buses . . . college . . . Patty ' s van, Humanities field trips. Audio- Visual Dept. JOHN LOMBARD Bardo . . . " we ' re outta here " . . . peeve: getting up in the morning for school . . . work . . .6 18 76. . . Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. JEAN LONERGAN Jeannie . . . memories of the corner . . . 2 14 73 Chops . . .wish- ing for Steve to come home . . . peeve: school . . . remember when. ELLEN M. LOPES Lynn . . . sensitive, ambitious, energetic . . . peeve: phony people ... to get married and travel . . . football games that we win . . . have and live a happy life . . . Beach Boys, " Surfing USA " . . . Mr. Cid ' s class . . . found with Fran. ANN M. LORENZ Quiet, friendly . . . " Biff R88, " " go slow ... go fast, " Am. Stud, field trips, 6 27 76, E. John concert, 9 7 76, camping in the rain . . . peeve: being cold ... to change summer of ' 76 . . . go to Calif. . . . thanks Mom and Dad. MARY ANN LOUD Lazy, happy ... a certain dot . . . tears at Mears . . . sleeping out . . . the island . . . 3B ' s and E with Lynne . . . ' 56 . . . morning parties . . . sophomore year. MARY ELLEN LOUGHNANE Mel . . . happiness and success ... a blue van, panies, Saturday night (Sunday morn.) . . . " that ' s irrelevant " . . . " meet you at the corner " . . . peeve: waking up early . . . " glad I ' m out. " JOYCE ALISON LIVINGSTONE DONNA J. LLOYD JOHN LOMBARD JEAN LONERGAN ELLEN M. LOPES ANN M. LORENZ MARY ANN LOUD MARY ELLEN LOUGHNANE 46 JANICE M. LOUKO JAMES M. LOWDEN DIANE LUPPINO ALAN LYONS ALBERT LYONS CORINNE N. MAIOLI ERIC JOHN MALTMAN WILLIAM J. MANN STEVEN G. MANSON TERESA A. MANTELLO JANICE M. LOUKO Crazy, happy, gullible . . . peeve: fights . . . 5 16 76 . . . " wanna skip? " . . .Jr. year, summer of ' 75, and ' 76 . . . Thanks Nancy!, " really? " " Same story, right Donna? " . . .3 22 76. . . leaves gladly with a smile. JAMES M. LOWDEN Jimbo . . . Out of one ' s mind . . . impatient, hotheaded . . . " two please " peeve: English . . . forestry . . . change college tuitions . . . stage band . . . Maynard Ferguson . . . track team, American Studies field trips. DIANE LUPPINO " Stupid " . . . peeve: getting up in the night . . . watching my baby grow . . . to be rich . . . night of the play . . . " Nadia ' s Theme. " ALAN LYONS Al . . . " you jerk " . . . peeve: no state tourney . . . college . . .live in Florida, to get an " A " in English, soccer, drive-in . . . Elton. CORINNE N. MAIOLI Unpredictable, tempermental, solitary . . . treasures summers on the Cape, her Babe, Loretta and Winnie Bill . . . 7 4 75 . . . proms ' 76 . . . track . . . the " win " . . . " Queen " . . . " I ' m hungry " . . . prays never to gain weight . . . travel and become a surgical nurse. ERIC JOHN MALTMAN An artistic procrastinator, looking for perfection . . . puddle jumpin ' in the white knight . . . eating with fats . . . driftwood ... to become an architect . . . " Thank you, come again. " WILLIAM J. MANN Billy . . . friendly, talkative, stubborn . . . peeve: stuck-up peo- ple ... to travel cross country on a motorcycle . . . never forget 8 28 76 . . . found with Debi. STEVEN G. MANSON Steve . . . tennis, frosh basketball . . . trackin ' with Carter . . . summer concerts . . . surf ride home . . . Aerosmith . . .Junior class trip . . . The Island . . . table in the dark . . . backgam- mon tourney . . . peeve: subs . . . to go to college. TERESA A. MANTELLO Tree . . . talkative, friendly, ambitious . . . " Oh wow " . . . peeve: getting up in the morning . . . " want to be happy in whatever I do " ... to travel . . . remembers friends, driver-ed with Mr. Bernier . . . Rod Stewart. 47 KATHLEEN M. MARTELL KATHLEEN M. NL RTELL Kath . . . remembers laughing and eating with the gang, Yar- mouth in " 6. forgetting to get up for Round Top. that darn highchair, high jump in Franklin . . . " Put Your Head On My Shoulder " ... to win the Nobel Prize in biology. JOHN NL SIELLO Columbian . . . Led Zepjjelin . . . Kawasaki . . . peeve; mexi- can found at all parties. MIKE McCABE " An honor indeed, that ' s what we need: so here ' s to you my beau- tiful Sue! " MAUREEN A. McCARTHY Moe . . . friendly, talkative . . . " shut your mouth " . . . peeve: two-faced people ... to travel, be a secretary and happy . . . homeroom with Jean, Debbie, and Mike . . . " Feelings. " NANCY M. McCarthy Nancy . . . lazy, usually late . . . black . . . Vineyard with Donna and Nancy . . . 2 8 75 . . . sleeping . . . peeve: Two Tall Tales . . . under a bridge . . . 8-wasted dollars . . . C-hour with Mac . . . airplane seats ... a green jumper to learn. DEBRA JO McDONOUGH Deb . . . talkative, friendly . . . " never question a good thing " . . . peeve: making decisions ... to travel . . . homeroom with Jean, Maureen, and Mike . . . Beach Boys . . . " Don ' t Worry- Baby " . . . wishes for happiness. JEAN C. McEWAN Jeannie . . . moody, sensitive . . . " shut your mouth " . . . peeve: being teased ... to get married and tra el . . . find a cure for cancer . . . 6 22 75 . . . " Feelings " . . . remembers Mr. Cid ' s F-hour class . . . found with Steve. MAUREEN A. McCARTH ' NANCY M. McCARTHY MAUREEN K. McDONALD DEBRA JO McDONOUGH JEAN C. McEWAN 48 LESA E. McGARVEY JUDITH MA RIE McGIBBON PETER I. McGRAIL PETER C. McKAY HEATHER A. McINNIS GEORGINA McKEE PAUL McLELLAN LESA E. McGARVEY Ralf . . . spastic, looney . . . " i pcro me gusta el spam " " my brain hurts " . . . peeve: grape-picker hats ... to own a dental floss farm in Montana . . . Cat Stevens, Peter Erampton . . . " they ought to heat this placel " . JUDITH MARIE McGIBBON Giggles . . . happy, quiet . . , peeve: math ... to be a secretary . . . music, drama, Mr. C, summer theatre, photography . . . " the f amily-500. " PETER J. McGRAIL Pete . . . track, track, track . . . peeve: intervals . . . found with Tootie, Tony, Gene . . . skiing . . . good memc:)ries of Coach Greene . . . 10 6 Elm Street . . . The Cape . . . Hill ' s tele- phone. HEATHER A. McINNIS friendly, talkative . . . found at Andy ' s . . . babysitting at Kar- en ' s . . . the lit . . . Bert ' s place . . . morning parties . . . smoking in the basements . . . private parties with Andrea and Deanna . . . " now Linda " . . . peeve: waiting . . . make some- one happy. PETER C. McKA ' Panda . . . well-mannered, friendlv . . . " ea.sy bear " . . . 6 27 6, hocke te.mi, MAD. falling asleep at the d:ive-in, beating (ianton . . . found with Kevin . . . peeve: getting shot liown . . " thanks Mom and Dad " . . . to go to school. GEORGINA M. McKEE Gigi . . . giggly, wise . sneezle Labor Dav . applepop . . . birds . . 8 6 " ' 6 Aerosmith, Derringer our place . . . 8 8 6 . . . fluff " make it " . . . truckin " . 49 RICHARD J. McMAHON SUZANNE McMAHON Vict McMahon . . . speedy, gullible, sensitive . . . " oh sure, make fun " . . . peeve: OTR . . . to be at peace with myself and others ... to find a cure for gams . . . Mt. Greylock ' 73, ballet, Mrs. Weddleton, M M ' s, track and swim team. NANCY L. McNAMARA Talkative, crazy, emotional . . . peeve: fights . . . 4 19 74, cher- ishes family . . . " thanks Janice " . . . " wanna skip " ... a little emotion goes a long, long way . . . leaves gladly with a smile. RICHARD Mcpherson Richie . . . happy, crazy . . . " now it ' s my turn to leave! " will enter Navy in July . . . wants to leave " Taxachusetts, " travel . . . would like to end inflation, crime, poverty . . . remembers DECA, 4 30 76, El Cid ' s ecology class, trip to Cape sophomore year. DEEANN MELANSON Dee . . . clever, daring, bad . . . Labor Day . . . truckin ' . . . John . . .bridge. . . " I mean really, " " ya know " . . .8 28 76. . . Aer- osmith, " Last Child " ... to travel. MARIE MILLER " Hey, I just gotta be me " . . . will always remember good times with my friends from SHS . . . plans to go to college, get rich and be happy . . . 3 27 76 . . . " Fooled around and fell in love " . . . thanks Mom for everything. DIANA L. MINIUTTI Used to be quiet . . . " well I don ' t know " . . . peeve: people who scuff their feet . . . Chem I and II with Mr. Nassise. KELLY MIRET K. B. . . . friendly, imaginative, nutty . . . " anything to say, any- thing " . . . " let ' s eat " " any parties? " . . . Chevy . . . to be a stew- ardess . . . " see Y ' all later. " 50 SUZANNE McMAHON NANCY L. McNAMARA RICHARD Mcpherson deeann melanson PETER J. MELITO MARIE MILLER DIANA L. MINIUTTI KELLY A. MIRET I URPHV LYNNE M. MONDOR JOHN L. MOODY KIRK MOONHY KAREN MORRILL LINDA M. MULHOLLAND NANCY MULLEN JIM MURPHY LYNNE M. MONDOR Friendly, unpredictable . . . AB ' s with Meg, Am. Study, week- ends. Cape, 6 27 76, Jr. Prom . . . thanks those guys for the memories . . . 9 7 76, beep-beep midnite phone calls, gratitude . . . " Best of My Love " . . . peeve: good-byes . . . getting caught. JOHN L. MOODY Tootle . . . tennis . . . the blue hat . . . found with Peter, Tony and Gene at Friendly ' s . . . Elm St. 10 76 . . . going down the Cape . . . freshman baseball . . . get out of here and go to col- lege. KIRK MOONEY Count . . . wants to own his own business . . . Jethro Tull . . . peeve: jocks and cops . . . the night the library burned. KAREN J. MORRILL Moody, quiet . . . " Knock it off " . . . Kevin, 10 23 73 . . . Mac ' s hour . . . memories of crossroads, the huts, tree. Duke ' s, apple wine. Blue Hills, sloe gin, 12:30 a.m. knocks, the fire . . . peeve: bathroom monitors . . . Neil Young ... to live a long happy life. LINDA M. MULHOLLAND Lin . . . excitable, scientific . . . " calm down " . . . remembers: TIC, biology, Chem. II, 4 math, skiing 2 9 75, drill, Roxies . . . peeve: making decisions, 12-10 ... to study bio-chemistry and to be happy. NANCY MULLEN Hyper-active, mischievous, stubborn . . . anything . . . peeve: authority and flicks . . . Jimmy . . . treasures partying with good people . . . " The Mave Mob " . . . Vermont . . ■? Led Zep- pelin . . . " The Song Remains The Same " . . . to be free. 51 KATHLEEN L. MURPHY KATHLEEN L. MURPHY Kathy, Murph . . . the crazy night of 1 1XMib . . . summer of " 6 with Jo-Ann . . . certain telephone call . . . climbing old smokey . . wishes to change 9 30 " ' 6 . . . thanks Mom and Dad. LIN DA J. MURPHY Friendly, outgoing . . . " I don ' t care " . . . peeve: rules . . . can be found anywhere . . . shorthand for two years with Patty . . . to go on to college and become an executive secretary. GINA MURRAY To be an R.N. . . . remembers bomb scares and fire-drills . . . Beach Boys . . . wishes lunches had been longer. EDWARD MUSMON Ed . . . considerate, a good friend and hard w orker . . . " hey, you f.iggot! " . . . Pennsylvania field trip . . . " Sister Golden Hair " . . . America . . . to go to college. LESLIE M. MYERS Lou . . . false alarm . . . peeve: cheating . . . unbreakable dishes 8 . .Lzrry 2 ' ) l6 . . . " 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover. " DEBRAJ. NAPHEN Debbie. . . crazy, talkati% ' e . . . " you ' re a weirdo " . . . Timmy 4 16 ' 6 . . . parade, " they ' ll get over it " . . . 5 23 " ' 6 Lorraine . . . remembers: crossroads, tree, hut. Duke ' s, Field ' s Park, skipday in Fury . . . peeve: sloe gin fizzes, headaches . . . " She ' s Gone " . . . to live it up. PAUL D. NESS Toad . . . quiet, easygoing . . . " excellent " ... to own a car deal- ership . . . remembers work study . . . Kelly and the gloids . . . found cruisin ' around Stoughton. LINDA J. MURPHY GINA MURRAY WILLIAM MURRAY EDWARD MUSMON LESLIE M. MYERS ROBERT MYERS DEBRAJ. NAPHEN PAUL D. NESS 52 FRANK NOE . . . il JfJ» THOMAS G. NOE HOWARD WILLIAM NONNEMACHERJR. PATTY NORTH HOWARD WILLIAM NONNEMACHERJR. Howie, Billy . . . silly, moody, sensible . . . " Que! " . . . peeve: Roxics 6 a.m. Saturdays . . . to go to college . . . to be an engi- neer . . . remembers: Pop concert ' 75, and C-hours, Jr. prom, trip to Cape, All-World ' s Fair. PATTY NORTH Patty . . . insane . . . found in a blue van . . . " I ' ll meet you at the corner " . . . peeve: waiting . . . Supertramp. JOAN MARIE O ' BRIEN Joanie . . . " my Bill " . . . poppy ' s at the inn . . . falling from a car 8 14 76 . . . red roses . . . peeve: losing someone you love . . . hockey games ' 76 . . . fond memories of Dad . . . 10 26 76 . . . Winter Dance ' 74 . . . " My Love " ... to make some- one happy. KATHLEEN A. O ' BRIEN Kathy . . . moody, sensitive, crazy . . . memories: driver-ed with Sarno . . . Aerosmith concert . . . peeve: waiting, phonies . . . " I ' m so embarrassed! " ... to travel and have a happy life. JANE D. O ' HARE " Get high on mountains " . . . peeve: stereotypes Vermont ... to save the eagles. to l. ' ve m JOAN MARIE O ' BRIEN KATHLEEN A. O ' BRIEN JAMES O ' NEILL THOMAS E. PACKARD " Card " . . . willing to skip ... " I don ' t even know " . . . peeve: cops at Mr. G ' s . . . college ... be successful . . . memories: D- hour commons ' 75 . . . Black Sabbath. LINDA J. PALMER Crazy, talkative, happy . . . " I don ' t know! " . . . peeve: fights . . . to go to college . . . " wanna skip? " ... to chase . . . all-nighter with Sara . . . the secret . . . weekends . . . Lantern Lodge . . . blue bomb . . . " She ' s Gone. " ANDREA L. PAPPAS Happy, talkative . . . babysitting at Karen ' s . . . blue . . . working at Andy ' s . . . Donald ' s package deal . . . the lit . . . morning par- ties . . . peeve: moody people . . . smoking in the basement . . . summer ' 76. FRANCIS P. PAPSADORE II Effun Franc . . . clique in Chem. 2 . . . peeve: prejudice between religions . . . 7 4 76 with a friend ... to bring home gold in 1980 . . . thankful for Jr. class trip and Neil Diamond concen . . . The Green Machine ... to live in a Newport Mansion . . . " Friend- leez! " . . . " Thank you, come again! " SANDRA R. PARANDES Sandy . . . sensitive, moody . . . fall ' 75 . . . sugarbeets . . . times in New Hampshire . . . shopping . . . the kitchen . . . Bread . . . treasures her family and friends . . . 1 2 76 . . . " Don ' t Worry Baby " . . . to be happy. KATHLEEN M. PATRICK Kathy . . . sociable, talkative, crazy . " Must of Got Lost " . . . to be rich . . . open campus for SHS . . . E-hour with Jacqui, DECA . . . Aerosmith, Jethro Tull . . . leaves Mrs. Battles with nothing to do. RICHARD J. PAVADORE Blood . . . aaive, easygoing . . . Am. Stud, with Gorm . . . the island . . . Star Market . . . electronics . . . photography . . . Neils Bohr in ' 75 . . . skiing in N.H. . . . Blue Hills. LAURA J. PEARSON Crazy, friendly, gullible . . . " What can ya do? " . . . peeve: rainy Friday nights . . . to go to college and be happy . . .Jr. year . . . " Wanna skip? " . . . Lantern Lodge . . . summer of ' 76 . . . " Baby, I Love Your Way. ' THOMAS E. PACKARD UNDA J. PALMER ANDREA L. PAPPAS FR ANCIS P. PAPSADORE II SANDRA R. PARANDES KATHLEEN M. PATRICK RICHARD J. HA V ADORE LAURA J. PEARSON 54 ISILDA PEDRO MAUREEN A. PELKEY HELEN M. PERKY EDWARD PETER LORRAINE PETERS JOHN PETRUZZO ISILDA PEDRO Happy, sensitive, silly . . . " chow " . . . peeve: Ecology ... to become an LPN . . . to be rich . . . wishes for total peace and happiness throughout the world . . . E-hr. study with Mr. Mac- cini . . . last day of school . . . Bay City Rollers. MAUREEN A. PELKEY Sensitive, quiet . . . peeve: getting up Friday nights ... at Lan- tern Lodge . . . treasures family and friends . . . found with the gang . . . " She ' s Gone " . . . to be a nurse. CHRISTOPHER E. PERNOCK Chris . . . to go to college . . . the island . . . wrestling. HELEN M. PERRY Gullible, talkative, happy . . . peeve: having no money . . . likes to have a good time . . . to be happy . . . treasures family and friends . . . Robin Trowler. EDWARD PETER Finkel . . . peeve: getting up in the morning for school . . . memories: passing out, tripping over a barrel . . . Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. LORRAINE P. PETERS Quiet, friendly, moody . . . " Don ' t worry you ' ll get over it " . . . parade. . .Caprice. . . Jill in my car . . . camping with friends . . . John 3 30 74 . . . 5 26 76 Debbie ... day of no smok- ing . . . good times with Elaine . . . parties at house . . . treas- ures family and friends ... to travel. JOHN PETRUZZO Quiet, easygoing . . . Costa ' s . . . peeve: the Cougar . . . remembers: crashes in the Nova, lunch on Saturday . . . Jethro Tull, Zeppelin ... to own a small business. DENISE MARIE PETTINGILL DENISE MARIE PETTINGILL Happy, loud, talkative . . . " what a riot " . . . peeve: lazy people . . . to get married and be a nurse . . . graduate from college . . . for every one to be happy . . . the prince . . . " Day After Day. " ROBERT BRUCE PHILLIPS Party-fried . . . Philly . . . zit fits with Bappa and Mac at Oatmans . . . Molson ' s . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . Beatles . . . college buzzz. ROSEMARY C. PICHE Rose . . . gullible, friendly, sensitive . . . " you jerk " . . . waiting . . . DECA . . . class with Mac . . . getting my license . . . " treas- uring my friends " . . . found roaming the halls with " Di " ... to travel and be happy. KAREN POLILLIO Friendly, talkative, impatient . . . peeve: stringbean ... 1 ... 2 . . . 3, facilities in Salem . . . Braintree stop sign . . . Christmas Eve ' 75 . . .6 27 76. . . cookouts . . . float trip . . . night of the plays . . . to be happy. MARCIA ANN POMERLEAU Sissy . . . quiet, helpful, shy, hardworker . . . " be serious, " " so what " . . . peeve: waiting . . . to be a cake decorator ... to own a bake shop . . . change cost of living . . . Junior prom . . . CYO Canada trip . . . April 19-24, 1975 . . . " Color My World. " CYNTHIA L. POOLER Cindy . . . delirious . . . Kris, Ann, Van, Kath . . . Grateful Dead . . . Cape of summer ' 76 . . . Angelo ' s . . . crabmeat . . . Neil Young . . . Sugar M. . . . friends . . . mountains . . . black cat . . . peeve: Bogarters. ROBERT BRUCE PHILLIPS GARY PRICE PAUL PRISCO 56 ADELINA PULITI DAVID RABINOVITZ MICHAEL D. RICCARDI JEANNE F. ROACH MARK RODRIGUES REBECCA J. RODRIGUEZ ADELINA PULITI Ang . . . happy, sensitive, in love . . . Eric 5 7 75 . . .5 years with Paula . . . commons with Jeffrey . . . found with Eric . . . Mr. Sarno ' s driver-ed class . . . treasures family and friends . . . to marry Eric and have a happy life. DAVID RABINOVITZ Dave . . . chico and the man, " the gruesome twosome " . . . organized, ambitious . . . " If at first you don ' t succeed, stop! " " don ' t make a fool of yourself! " . . . Jim Croce, " Don ' t Mess Around with Jim " . . . Helen Reddy, " Angie Baby " ... to find happiness. MICHAEL D. RICCARDI Mount . . . crazy . . . college . . . to be a pilot . . . to be a suc- cess . . . Mr. Cidado ' s biology class . . . Chicago. JEANNE F. ROACH Roachie . . . easygoing, lazy, doubting . . . " ya sure " . . . peeve: brownies, phony people . . . to go on to school . . . Friendly ' s with Val, Charles and Wacka . . . softball . . . soccer downstairs . . . Charlie ' s laugh. JEANNINE Y. ROCHE Quiet, happy, lazy ... a certain dot . . . tears at Meats . . . morning parties . . . sleeping out . . . the island . . . summer of ' 74 . . . 9 1 76. PATRICIA A. ROCHE Patti . . . sensitive, talkative, gullible, and moody . . . " sure " . . . peeve: sneakers . . . Patsy and 9 2 76 . . . found with Jimmy, 10 3 75 . . . Moody Blues, " Who Loves You " . . . treasures family and friends . . . to be happy. MARK RODRIGUES Chico . . . erratic, loud, mcxxly, but cute . . . peeve: not getting to eat subs on Saturday night . . . grease cruisin ' . . . table in the dark . . . shaving cream. REBECCA J. RODRIGUEZ Bee . . . stubborn, unbelieving . . . " Feelings " ... to get a fire- place . . . peeve: liars, car talk . . . " crushed " . . . memories: Mare E ' s claw, driving around, " spying, " dances, concerts, the cemetery . . . my friend John . . . " Chuck " ... to travel with someone. 57 CHESTER I. ROGERS ROBIN E. ROLT SUSAN C. ROTH CHESTER I. ROGERS Chct . . . easygoing, zanic . . . " get on the — " . . . peeve: waking up at quarter past 8 . . . service . . . " being free and doing as I please " . . . E-hour unscheduled, ha, ha . . . Beach Boys . . . " glad it ' s almost over " . . . not coming back. ROBIN E. ROLT " we are " . . . E205 . . . Thesp. banquet — " not hungry " . . . Saunders Bay-Ed . , . Mr. Nassise . . . Dl03-micro-pool party . . to be a surgeon ... ski trips, white bomber . . . Xmas dance ' 75 . . . Bob . . . Claudia . . . Jr. prom . . . Music Man . . . 9 14 76 . . . with David. KEVIN N. ROWELL Roval . . . quiet, moody . . . " check it out, " " smokin " . . . peeve: A-fourth . . . hopes to be a clinical psychiatrist ... to drive a Mercedes . . . wishes for peace . . . memories: D-hour commons . . . Earth, Wind, and Fire. PAUL SANDLER friendly, burnt . . . loves travel and partying . . . " catch you at the big one " . . . Al Dimeola . . . will remember " day of the bagel " . . . glad to get out. CYNTHIA L. SCHIFFER Cindy . . . sociable, gullible, constantly talking . . . found with Sylvia . . . D-lst basement . . . " you ' ll never know " ... " that ' s different " . . . loves to party and meet people and just be me . . . " Can ' t Get Enough of Your Love " . . . my future with someone very special. STEPHEN ANDREW SCHILLINGER Schill ... a little strange and different . . . football and track with Mr. Green . . .6 5 76 with Meg . . . clowning with all the guys ... a discus record . . . Field ' s Park . . . Eagles con- cert . . . weekend at Jardin ' s . . . on to medicine. TERI A. SCHMOUTH Tc . . . short, friendly and outgoing . . . " ' 12 75 . . . peeve: phony people ... to make a certain person happy . . . Fields Park . . . Sufferjet City, David . . . treasures family and friends . . to be happy . . . champagne, Dianne and Paula . . . 10 4 " ' 5 . . to work with children SENI««ITll ' " KEVIN N. ROWELL PAUL SANDLER CYNTHIA L. SCHIFFER STEPHEN ANDREW SCHILLINGER TERI SCHMOUTH 58 DONNA M. SHEA FRANK SHEA MARIE ELENA SHIPPS EDWARD SHOCKLEY SUSAN HEIDI SHURMAN LINDA JAYNESIEGEL TliRin SIEGEL WILLIAM E. SILVERS JR. DONNA M. SHEA very easy to get along with . . . " found in the liome-ec room try- ing to finish what I started three years ago " . . . loves to roller- skate . . . Peter Frampton. MARIE ELENA SHIPPS Ree . . . capricious, egocentric . . . found with Liz . . . " ya huh " . . . peeve: gossip and hangovers . . . Florida . . . get rich . . . " love thyself " . . . boo and boo, sailing ' 76, Hyannis. the crate, Mrs. Battles . . . " SHS, a nice place to visit but . . SUSAN HEIDI SHURMAN " Everything has its own beauty, but not everyone sees it. " (Con- fucius) LINDA JAYNESIEGEL cheerful, happy, friendly, known for her thoughtfulness, person- ality, and community spirit. These qualities will gain her many new friends and make her welcome at any college or field she chooses. TERRY SIEGEL Big Bird, Bootsa . . . " Toochas a long times, but we made it " . . . guidance office E-period . . . summer of " 4 . . . " wanna go for a pizza.- " . . . " Then Came You " . . . always found with Steven . . . Neil Young, but hearing Pink Floyd? . . . peeve: onion on my pizza. WILLIAM E. SIEVERSJR. Bill . . . quiet, a loner . . . peeve: loud-mouths . . . to go into ocean engineering . . . memories of Lasagna Supper, summers in Maine, 1950 Ford pickup. Cape Cod . . . " goes too fast. " 59 JOSE JOSE SILVA Big Joe . . . go to college, play soccer . . . get a good education . . . wants to stop wars, get all the world together as friends . . . soccer season of ' 75. TERRI ANN SILVA paranoid, mocxly . . . sex-ed with Mr. Samo . . . fall ' 75 waiting to be asked . . . X-mas dance, 12 20 75 . . . forever the times with Rick . . . Tex, Dean, Turkeys, Jeff . . . Model Senate, sci. fairs . . . the kitchen . . . to be skinny . . . Mr. Nassise, Mr. Kellogg ... to study biochemistry. DEBORAH A. SIMMS Debbie . . . friendly and happy . . . weekends at the cottage, the beach, a losing team, St. Pat ' s dance, Florida with " mar; " " found with my Siamese twin " trying to get a coke in Washington . . . " Where ' s Jimmy. ' " . . . treasures family and friends. JAMES ROBERT SIMPSON Jimmy . . . kind to everyone, well-known, can talk to almost anybody . . . to go to college to study oceanography . . . wants gasoline and food prices to drop and a better way to rid of waste material . . . Led Zeppselin. {CATHERINE SIMS Katie . . . " My brain hurts? " . . . " what ' s a ? " ... " I didn ' t hit the fence this morning " . . . two years at Oliver Ames . . . bookbinders anonymous . . . " Nobody ever listens to me. " STEVEN SMALL " I hope to make a lot of children ' s days happier, while at the same time helping them to live to the next day. " JOANNE SMITH Eggo . . . short, quiet, shy, lazy, sneaky ... " I don ' t know " . . . peeve: steak, two-faced peoprle . . . hopes to go to college to be a dental hygienist ... to travel, meet new people, be rich . . . wishes for peace and happiness . . . memories: A-hour cho- rus with Mr. LeGrow. LAVERNE SMITH Verne . . . determined, sneaky, talkative . . . " no sir " . . . jseeve: deceitful people . . . become a successful business woman . . . " I wish some day there will be love, peace and happiness in everyone ' s heart " . . . memories of friends in ' 75 and ' 76 . . . Earth, Wind and Fire. STEVEN SNYDER Steve . . . " catch ya later, " " there ya go " . . . open his own busi- ness . . . Chicago. TERRI ANN SILVA DEBORAH A. SIMMS JAMES ROBERT SIMPSON KATHERINE SIMS STEVEN SMALL JOANNE SMITH LAVERNE SMITH STEVEN SNYDER 60 MICHELLE FAITH SONCRANT NANCY E. SPERANDIO ERIC SPIVACK KAREN L. SPRITZER ROBERT JOSEPH STACK JR. BRIAN P. STETSON SUSAN STORMES MICHELLE FAITH SONCRANT Shelley . . . enthusiastic, caustic . . . peeve: people who don ' t have confidence in themselves . . . would like to be a test pilot ... or compete in the 1980 Olympics . . . " Thanks for every- thing. " NANCY E. SPERANDIO Space . . . Vineyard with Donna and Nancy ... I don ' t under- stand " . . . duchess, food, cheering . . . 10 16 76 . . . advice . . . wasted questions . . . C-hour with Mac . . . stairs, the brook . . . " Hi " . . . " you ' re the driver " . . . under a bridge . , .JV ' s. ERIC SPIVACK Spiff . . . ambitious, energetic . . . " yuh, I ' ll take care of it " . . . go to college, major in accounting . . . become a CPA . . . wishes for peace and love . . . Mr. Gormley ' s American studies class. KAREN L. SPRITZER Spritz . . . downsey and Ruff wood . . . magnetic chalkboards . . . coloring books . . . the sewing circle . . . " so this is trig, huh. " ROBERT JOSEPH STACK JR. Bob . . . talkative, paranoid, excitable . . . press . . . dancing with Claudia . . . " We are next " . . . E205, D208 . . . always acting . . . the rocks . . . peeve: no money . . . to be a famous actor. BRIAN P. STETSON Stet . . . " yea, right " . . . found at Quality . . . peeve: Fords . . . epping . . . to go to college . . . smallblock Camaros . . . buck twenty @ 5 grand . . . remembers 8 27 76, 11 20 76. SUSAN STORMES Sue-Sue . . . crazy, silly, talkative, loud ... " I don ' t care " . . . peeve: English . . . hopes to become a special education teacher and get married . . . graduate from college and be happy . . . wishes for peace in the world and no more racial problems. CLAUDIA SWEENEY ambitious, determined ... in E-205 . . . " Music Man, " Go Go . . . dancing with Bob . . . eating with Chubs . . . " we are " . . . Koala ears . . . Saunders Bay-Ed . . .all the great teachers, especially Mr. Zeeland . . . thanks her parents with all her hean. MARIANNE SWEENEY " Mar " . . . friendly, talkative, stubborn . . . treasures family and friends . . . peeve: back-stabbers . . . memories: P- town, certain Mississippi accent, stranded in Westwood, Florida with Deb, a losing team, ashes in Washington, Chatham ' 76 . . . plans to become a dental hygienist. MARY ELLEN SZUM Mare E., Zumma . . . always turning red . . . shopping with Donna . . . Becky ' s Vega, " my Torino " . . . " my lost ski at Okemo " . . . " Your Song " . . .6 26 76. . . treasures her fam- ily and friends . . . Joanne . . . to go to college to teach and learn . . . " Thanks Mom and Dad. " JEFF TARDANICO peeve: getting up for school . . . to be rich . . . memories of the last day. LAWRENCE J. THOMAS Larry . . . remembers science fairs, model senate and computer . . .Joe and stairs . . . day before school . . . dances . . . Chess and Math C omp . . . soccer, tennis, wrestling . . . cats . . . peeve: Sunday . . . Aerosmith and Hendrix. JOHN R. THOMPSON J.T. . . . caught a touch o ' the gloid from B. Kelley . . . " fine job " . . . peeve: people who use my name ... to get my Montesa a-running . . . Aerosmith . . . trying to jump Chevy — and missing . . . glad it ' s over! JAMES TIERNEY " Jun " . . . " hey, don ' t worry about it! " . . . " later " . . . peeve: spending money on gas ... to enter field of engineering . . . wishes for complete success in the future . . . happiness throughout . . . remembers the parking lot . . . Beach Boys. CLAUDIA SWEENEY MARIANNE SWEENEY MARY ELLEN SZUM JEFF TARDANICO LAWRENCE J. THOMAS JOHN R THOMPSON JAMES TIERNEY 62 MARIANNE J. TOBIN DONNA MARIE TOOMEY MARK T. TROCKI SUSAN M. TROY MARYELLEN TURNER MELISSA A. TUROK THOMAS L. UNIACKE MARIA CELINA VALADAO JOANNE TOTINO MARIANNE J. TOBIN Marianne, Toby, " Mare ' s " smiles . . . short, daydreamer . . . gymnastic struggles . . . thoughts of " Bob ' s " . . . cheerleading ' 76- ' 77 . . . peeve: school . . . future plans to help little children . . . senior prom . . . " Feelings " . . . treasures family. DONNA MARIE TOOMEY friendly, gullible . . . remembers class meetings, majorettes, ski club, Jr. class trip, shopping with Mary . . . Hildc . . . peeve: empty chairs . . . " the gang " . . . nursing ... to learn, travel, be happy. JOAN NE TOTINO Peeve: getting out of bed in the morning . . . wants to travel, remembers Harvest Pest, getting stuck at Johnny ' s . . . " Over the Hills and Far Away " . . . Baba O ' Riley. MARK T. TROCKI " Trock " . . . " what! " " catch ya later " . . . peeve: gas money . . . will enter the field of engineering . . . wishes for a bigger pay check . . . remembers the pig pen . . . Beach Boys, " Cali- fornia Girls. " SUSAN M. TROY Sue . . . (Shushie) for Danielle . . . short, friendly, talkative . . . 9 25 74 . . . someone special . . . " Only You, " " If " . . . going downhill . . . Mr. Hylander . . . walking ... a special present . . . Spa instead of A-hour . . . Rhode Island . . . the brook . . . treasures dreams. MARYELLEN TURNER May . . . short, crazy, talkative . . . peeve: 27th and waiting . . . found with Boston Crusaders . . . special memories of the drum corps. MELISSA A. TUROK " How is it. ' " . . . the Red Sox . . . " What ' s the situation? " " See ya at seven " . . . the Big Dee . . . the blue car . . . " There ' s nothin ' worse " . . . " say bye to the high and Mattapan. " THOMAS L. UNIACKE Tom, Barreta, Toad . . . independent, moody . . . peeve: Stoughton, stuck-up people . . . to go in the Navy and be a rich lawyer . . . the island . . . remembers the Jr. prom . . . found in Boston. MARIA CELINA VALADAO " Obrigada mae c pai. " 63 ALLEN VALLEY ARTIE VANDERBERG WILLIAM VANLAARHOVEN ALLEN VALLEY Big Al . . . moody . . . peeve: old lady drivers . . . to be a million- aire . . . chairman of CIA . . . Aerosmith. ARTIE VANDENBERG Artie . . . " you turkey " . . . peeve: losing G-hour commons go to college . . . to be rich of Pearl and Adams Streets. Aerosmith . . . remembers corner VICTOR M. VIEIRA Big Foot, Guee . . . quiet, athletic, lazy . . . " look at yourself before you talk badly about others " . . . peeve: fascists . . . to go to college ... to give all people equal rights, to have enough food for all the people in the world to eat . . . soccer season . . . " If You Leave Me Now. " DANIEL J. WALSH Danny . . . quiet . . . peeve: freaks . . to be successful and a printer. Chicago . . . print shop VALERIE A. WASHBURN Stubborn, moody . . . 5 29 73, breakfast ... 3 a.m. . . . " I ' ll be all right! " , . . grapes . . . field hockey . . . NYC 10 2 76 . . . peeve: brownies, fribbles . . . nursing . . . thanks for the memo- ries. LYNNE ELLEN WELCH Moody, frivolous, talkative . . . " so " . . .11 12 76. . . " tonight ' s the night " ... Rod Stewart . . . found with Michael . . . peeve: big bird . . . to be a dental assistant . . . It ' s been real. . Ml it- DANIEL J. WALSH VICTOR M. VIEIRA VALERIE A. WASHBURN LYNNE ELLEN WELCH 64 MICHAEL J. WERKOWSKI MARCIA WEST KEVIN J. WHITTINGTON RAD D. WILLIAMS MICHAEL J. WERKOWSKI Mike . . . witty . . . peeve: stupid jokes . . . to go to college . . . James Taylor, Cat Stevens, Seals Crofts . . . enjoys Civil Air Patrol. SUSAN WHIFFEN Suz . . . talkative, always laughing . . . found with Joey . . . " the log " . . . " guess what? " . . . run Judy run ... to take life day by day ... to marry a certain person . . . family living F- hour . . . good times at Nantasket . . . Janis Joplin, " Piece of my heart " . . . treasures family and friends. BARBARA WHITE Barb . . . water logged, energetic . . . swimming, hockey . . . peeve: people who don ' t listen . . . Aerosmith . . . to be an Olympic swim coach. KAREN ELIZABETH WHITE Whitey . . . gullible, friendly, always laughing . . . peeve: stalling at intersections . . . StuC convention, summer of ' 76 Blue Hills . . . nursing . . .all that ' s left is memories. KEVIN J. WHITTINGTON Whit . . . quiet, easygoing, athletic . . . " what. ' " . . . peeve: noisy people . . . going to Florida . . . snow bank in N.H. . . . the island ... to study business. RANDY WIRKERMAN We love to live and life loves us back. and Life loves us back. MICHAEL WIRKERMAN RANDY WIRKERMAN 65 JAMES R. WOODMAN DEDRA M. WOODY DANNY YETMAN JAMES R. WOODMAN Jim. . . easygoing, determined , . . " ya really " . . . peeve: running out of gas. . . to be a draftsman . . . to travel . . . to be happy and live comfortable . . . light blue Falcon, Cape Cod, Nantasket. DEDRA M. WOODY " DeeDe " . . . friendly, sharp-dresser, individualist . . . " Ain ' t this a trip! " . . . peeve: ignorant trashed mouth people . . . working at Logan Airport, or modeling . . . " For the world to be a family in unity, love, and peace " . . . lunch area . . . Marvin Gaye, " I Want You " . . . this school was a mellow rat trap. HUGH P. YOUNG Hughbert, limpy . . . quiet, nonchalant . . . " you wing nut " . . . go to Northeastern ... get professional engineer degree . . . foot- ball games ... 58° pool parties, dances, Spa . . . school needs more parking places. . . would . remem- ANTHONY ZUCCO Zook . . . Zool ' s lounge. Grand Prix ... " I can see it " like an end to all wars . . . wishes for happiness for all . bers being late . . . Peter Frampton . . . commons. LORETTA ZWARTS Short, crazy, talkative . . . " I ' m embarrassed " . . . enjoyed junior year and marshmellow . . . peeve: SHS . . . wants to travel . . . peace and happiness for all people. DIANE YOUNG HUGH P. YOUNG ANDREW ZELMAN ANTHONY ZUCCO LORETTA ZWARTS IN MEMORIAM Joseph Nardozzi Man with the burning soul, Has but an hour of breath. To build a ship of truth. On which his soul may sail — Sail on the sea of death, For death takes toll of beauty, courage, youth, Of all but truth. (Truth, John Masefield) STOUGHTON SCHOOL COMMITTEE: Seated: Mrs. Rosa MoHnari, Mrs. Joanne Blomstrom; Standing: Mr. William Dineen, Mr Kenneth Hill, Dr. Joseph Harrington. Mr. Joseph Gibbons SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Dr. Daniel Hughes Dr. John Murray Mrs. Theresa Drinan Mr. Thomas McKnight DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT DIRECTOR, FOOD SERVICES DIRECTOR OF EDUCATIONAL SERVICES To the Class of 19 " ' : It is my pleasure to represent the School Comm.ttee in congratulating you upon your successful complct.on of twelve years of public schools. Your pa en s suptrt and encouragement, your teachers ' devot.on, and your own efforts have made these twelve y ears the most meanmgfu m your l.fe. F om mairh.ldren to young adults, you are now. hopefully, prepared to go on to further, more spec.aHzed study, or enter the workmg wor d a. ZctTve citizens. As graduates of 1977, you are entermg adult Hfe m a most exoting, challenging era. Changes m soc.al, poht.cal, technological and economic areas are occurring constantly, offering you opportunities to participate in and benefit from these changes. May you keep the friendships you made in school and may your memor.es of Stoughton H.gh remam fresh and bright. Best of luck in your future pursuits. Sincerely, I Kenneth A. Hill To the Class of 1977: Congratulations on this memorable occasion. It is a real pleasure for me to extend my best wishes for future happmess and success to the member, of the Class of 1977. Our schools have endeavored to provide the best possible programs for you, a very diversified and important group of future citizens. It is our C nd expectation that your involvement in and exposure to the educational experiences of the Stoughton Public hools have made you a et p son Y will have a special meaning if you will but practice the lessons that you have been taught; namely to partiopare actively in o ur democratic society, have a genuine concern for other people, and lastly heighten your intellectual capabilities as you strive for excellence. You are entering a stage in your life which requires the acceptance of adult responsibilities and self -discipline if your contribution to society is to be sigl c a . WeTeHeve tL yo ' u have the integrity and the character to accept the challenge. We have endeavored to provide t e kind of education, experience that will encourage you to seek out social problems, to assume civic responsibilities, and to challenge life s uncertainties. I hope that each of you is successful in your individual endeavors, and that you all en,oy a full and rewarding life. May all of us be ever thankful for the great resources of this land and for the freedom which has been its heritage. Sincerely, Joseph H. Gibbons Superintendent of Schools To the Class of 1977: ' Congratulations on your graduation. You have successfully travelled the long road through the elementary and secondai, schools. It has not been easy but you will soon realize that there are many powerful reasons for getting an education. Some of you will go on to further your education at the college level; some will go on to nursing schools, business schools or - erschools ot higheTlearnlng; and!till others will go mto the labor market. Whichever avenue you take, I do hope that we have prepared you to cope .ith the problems which you will encounter. We as human beings become involved with other humans both intellectually and emotionally. The learning which has taken place has come to you by rcombinal of bfth factors. The lessons have varied with each component and will continue to do so as your learning experiences continue. I sincerely hope that your experiences with us have been enioyable. Of course, we had some problems but we are richer in having known you. I do hope that you are richer in having known us. May you prosper and be happy. Sincerely, Peter J. Sp erandio. Ed.D. Principal 82 Stoughton High School Randye Brooks ' 77 stops opposition. (Photo; Clough) Once again, crowded corridors greeted students in September. For the first time in Stoughton High history, freshmen had their own orienta- tion day, starting a day earlier than upper- classmen . . . phys-ed became an elective for seniors, but passing became a prerequi- site for graduation for underclassmen . . . Mao Tse-Tung, founder and leader of Communist China, died . . . riots broke out in Capetown, South Africa as blacks sought greater freedom . . . the great presidential campaign debates began between Pres. Gerald Ford, Republican, and Jimmy Carter, Democrat . . . Croa- tian nationalists took a Boeing 727 with 93 people on a 4,230-mile transatlantic mis- sion to Paris . . . California legislature became the first in the nation to approve a " right to die " bill. 84 Randye Brooks Fron. row: Monica Pena. Ly.ne Jard.n (co-capca.n), Va.er.e Washburn. Randye Brooks, - -J- row Shcla Farrell, Parti McCarthy, Colleen Reilly, Den.se Fraser; Th.rd row: Chns Sansous.e. Paula Kelly. V.ck.e Alexander, kTar row Laune Ghelf.. Danette Jordan. Kathy Un.acke; Not present: Ltnda Sacramona (co-capta.n). Maureen Geartn. I Field Hockey r Lynne Jardin Despite a season which saw them win no games while losing 12 and tying four, the field hockey team had nothing to hang its head over ... the sport was nearly canceled before the season got underway, due to a con- tinuation of lack of interest which has plagued field hockey in recent years . . . However, authorities relented upon receipt of a student petition . . . Eventually a l4-girl squad was fielded . . . injuries continued to haunt the team and by the end of the season, only the minimum number of 11 was availa- ble .. . these adverse " breaks " as well as a lack of experience seemed to prevent obsta- cles, but to the girls ' credit, they managed to hold their own in every game . . . they lost six by one goal; they lost to Oliver Ames (league winner) twice, but the first time, there was a scoreless tie until OA scored the winning goal with 45 seconds to play; the sec- ond time they lost only 2-1 .. . individual stars included Randye Brooks 77, who turned out to be an excellent goalie, though this was her first year . . Capt. Valerie Washburn was a team leader who held the team together; Co-Capt. Linda Sacramona ' 78 was a consistent player . . . Danette Jordan was a defensive star . . . Promising freshmen were Paula Kelly and Chris Sansousi. 1. V Valerie Washburn The g.rls practice for a game: Dcn.se Fraser ' 79. Danette Jordan 78. and Unda Sacramona ■ " ' 8 (Photo: Kathie Clough) Coach Barbara Batchelder giving last minute advice. 86 I Barbara White Donna Lloyd Maureen McDonald Front row: Cathy Moore, Chris Jennings, Capt. Barbara White, Capt. Mary Ann Buckley, Capt. Donna Lloyd, Melissa Fried- man, Chris Buckley; Second row: Carol Cronin, Marcia Malamut, Ronnie Gerbick, Laurie Manuel, Clara Zadra, Maureen McDonald; Third row: Robyn Ricci, Sue Duross, Linda McNally, Kathy Viola, Cheryl Alconada, Sue Wyndham, Terri Parrin; Rear row: Joanne O ' Neill, Lynda Tyer,Jan Blomstrom, Janet Hunkeler, Mary Ellen Eagan,Jayne Edmonston. We finally won! Swimming In its second year as a school sport the SHS swim team engaged in ten meets, winning one and losing nine ... In most competition, the girls were trounced by wide margins by more experienced opponents . . . but there were some bright spots . . . they didn ' t quit, and finally, in their last match of the year, they won an historic first, 107-62 over Blue Hills . . . Maryann Buckley was the leading scorer . . . Other top scorers included Ronnie Gerbick, Jeanne O ' Neill, Donna Lloyd, and Barbara White . . . The girls show improvement with each season . . . Lynda Tyer off to a gcxxl start. V iiris Brady gives the time. 87 Instructional Media Center In its first full year of operation the newly-organized Instructional Media Cen- ter provided a host of aids to the Stough- ton academic life. Mr. Joseph McDonald and his IMC aids not only ensured that audio-visual equipment was available in good condition, but were valuable in more tangible ways, preparing slides, filmstrips, tapes and other educational auxiliaries. Sometimes, the scheduling seemed like a chaotic nightmare, but Mr. McDonald and the students managed to conquer all obsta- cles. c:l( ckwise. starting above: Mr. Joseph McDonald, top guru of IMC activities; Mike X ' erkowski trans- fers a record to cassette; Eric Spivack makes slides; Steve Cllidden checks out slides as Nick Cariofiles prepares tape . 88 Top: Caretaking and maintaining materials so that they are available immediately is one of the duties of the IMC Aides. Donna Lloyd arranges slides in order. M The IMS group does more than merely push television sets from room to room. Much of their efforts were involved in the preparation of instructional material. Kevin Whittington dry-mounts a picture. Often IMC is called upon to video-tape dramatic productions, press conferences, ath- letic events, and other in-school activities. During the year, it video-taped several speak- ers on careers; the tapes will remain on file and be available to future generations of stu- dents. Steve Glidden and Dave Archibald v ork with the video camera. 89 Claudia Sweeney is the center of attent.on in the senior entry in the annual Tournament of Plays. She s surrounded by (TOP and other drama photos on Page 142.) ded by Steve Small, Karen Rice, Bob Stack, Ron Arcvedo. and Robm Rolt The Class of 1977 won the 10th Annual Tournament of Plays and Nancy Sperandio was named the Eighth Home- coming Queen at SHS . . . Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian Smith continued to stall over handing over rule of his south African country to the black majority . . . Terror continued in the Middle East; three Palestinian guerillas were hanged in Damascus after they took 90 hotel guests as hostages and demanded the release of fellow guerillas held by the Syrian government . . . Kidnapped heiress Patricia Hearst was Sentenced to seven years for her role in a bank robbery at the time of her " kidnapping " by a radical group . . . Bar- bara Walters, former hostess of NBC ' s " Today Show " (a morning talk-and-news program) became the firsc anchor woman on a nightly news program on television at |l -mil- lion a year. Dreading the onset of a feared swine flu epi- demic, the government launched a massive immunization program, which was later halted because of potentially dan- gerous side-effects . . . the political campaign for president continued hot and heavy . . . O C T O B E R 1 school paper continued to receive letters about lack of school spirit, and disgruntled students made their annual complaint about the absence of spirit, yet the ai continued to turn out. SHS may have not been 1 in the league but they continued to bring the fans out to games, dances, plays, and other events. traditional first dance, the Cheerleader ' s Kick-Off, was canceled, and so the Halloween Hustle, a StuC event, became the major dance of the year. David Belliveau at the annual Spaghetti Supper (More Sketti pix on Page 94) VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY Tcrri Martcll (manager). Peter McGrail. Walter Jennings. Jim Lowden. Charles Green (coach); Second row: Joe Daly, Tony Aguiar, Dannv Rose. Charlie Single. Rear row Andy Czyras. Bob Ledwith.Jim Bertram. Bob Ledvx.cr. Cross Country Jim Bertram ' alter Jennings Andy Czvras Jim Lowden In a new tormat, the Hockomock League intro- duced a series of triangular meets, with three teams racing at one time, but each team accumulating points against each of the other teams as if it were a dual meet . . . this permitted many more meets . . . SHS didn ' t fare too well under the new plan, winning 6 and losing 12 out of 18 . . . the harriers did manage to beat Canton twice and lost some close ones . . . the average for the year was opp onents 21, SHS 2 ' ' . . . the freshman cross country team of Joe McDonald, Mark Seery, Bob Lee, Larry Fitzpa- trick, and Jim Mulligan were victors in the Hocko- mock League frosh x-country championships . . . the JV record was 14-2, mostly due to freshmen, par- ticularly Joe McDonald who won every JV race e.xcept one . . . with this year ' s freshmen and all varsity scorers except Capt. Pete McGrail returning, the future of SHS cross-countr - seems quite promis- ing . . . . 92 J V CROSS COUNTRY l-ront row; Susan Passanesi (manager), Frannic Coe. Chuck Davis. Mike Miniutti. Charles Green (Coach Second row: Mark Seery . Jimmy Mulligan. Joe McDonald. John Bertram: Rear row: George Parsons. Kevin LaPortc co-captain VARSITYSOCCKR It row; Coach Michael Stuber, Jim Gearin, Rick Lennon, Kevin LaPorte (co-captain), Victor Vieira (co-captain), Mike Bishop, Mark Rodrigues, Peter McKay; md row: Don Bitto, John Vasconcclos, Ron Garber, Joe Amaral.Joe Mendonca, Mark Harron, Joe Silva; Rear row: Rick Miller (manager), Larry Thomas, ig Koltz,John Barrett, John Hardiman, Al Lyons, Jim Lennon. After a promising season last [year, the soccer team reported to Ipreseason practice with high Ihopes . . . but the play of the Bteam was erratic and the hooters [compiled a 5-7-2 record for the yczT . . . Ending their high school careers and playing well for SHS were Mike Bishop on jffense and Al Lyons on defense . Kevin LaPorte and Victor ieira provided bright spots; ?ach was named to the League ill-stars . . . High spots of the ea r were two strong wins over Zatholic Memorial; a win and he with Xaverian; a 7-3 trounc- ing of Avon . . . the JV soccer team had a winning 7-5-1 season Soccer r -4 I Peter McKay Larry Thomas Mike Bishop Al Lyons Doug Koltr Mark Rodrigues JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER |row: Mario Ambrosio, Dave Bczzarro, Hardy Fischer (captain), Mario Cardoso (captain), John Jardin, Coach Peter Roberge; row: Dave Farrell, Tino Argduin, Bill Honeywell, Joe Coelho, Dave Carter, Howard Sousa, Rear row: Jim Barrett, Larry Ir.Jim Noble, Rick Shaff, John McKay, Rick Rush, Paul Bishop. Joe Silva John Hardiman 93 Jo Anne White, Julie Weber CHEERLEADERS Na.ni. Carlson Marunnc Tobin Nancy Carlson, Marianne Tobin, JoAnne White,Julie Weber, Nancy Sperandio, Terry Stewart, Patty Hickcy, Eilie Rovncr, Lea Broncaccio, Lily McKcnzic 96 " Hey, listen, here ' s the good part: ' She «azed into his longing eyes ' ! " Education is the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your temper or your self-confidence " (Robert Frost) " It is not so impor- tant to be serious as it is to be serious about the important things. The monkey wears an expression of seri- ousness which would do credit to any college student, but the monkey is serious because he itches. " (Robert Hutchins) " Oh, so this is how they make spaghetti! 99 Here ' s what happened in November . . . In an election sponsored by the KNIGHT, SHS students chose Jimmy Carter for president over Gerald Ford with a 55 per cent vote . . . the student poll was prophetic as Carter won the election with a 51-48 margin in the popular vote and became America ' s 39th president . . . China had two problems . . . the world ' s most populous nation was dev- astated by an earthquake; at the same time Hua Kuo-Feng, the successor to Mao-Tse-Tung as Chairman, moved to smash his opposition, headed by Mao ' s widow . . . Smo- key Bear, the original symbol of the U.S. Forest Service ' s fire-prevention program, died at 26 . . . Although the 57th cease fire in 18 months was proclaimed in Lebanon, the fighting continued between Christians and Muslims, eventually the Syrians had to move in as a peace-keeping force . . . Controversy in the United States swirled around Garry Gilmore ' s death wish; the convicted murderer insisted on being shot to death . . . ultimately, he got his wish and became the first victim of capital punishment in over a decade . . . Sally Valadao was named yearbook edi- tor; Alisa Aronson, KNIGHT editor; Richard Vita, band president . . . Students were griping about smoking: smokers wanted restoration of smoking areas; non- smokers wanted the smokers put out of the basements. Front row: Suzanne Trembly ' 80, Joanne Smith 11, Paula McGarvey ' 79, Margie Cabral ' 79, Monica Klim " 79, Rc ' oDi Manna " 79, Karen Lotti 79, Michele Scipione " 79, Anita Werkowski 79, Lisa Francioso ' 80, Leanne Homer " 79; Rear row: Capt. Michele Jackson ' 77, Maryanne Foley " S, Caren Foley ' 80. Lorraine Gabrielle 79, Louise Parrin 78, Mary Ivaldi ' 79, Donna Lee 79, Corinnc Tobin ' 80, Mary Shea ' 79, Susan Mooney ' 78, Paula Myers ' 79, Janet Clifford ' 78, Robin Rogers ' 79, Debra Heirty ' 78, Susan Ledwith ' 80, Cindy Vincent ' 80. ront row: Cindy Ness ' 78, Kachic Clough ' 7 , Kerric Hanna ' 77; Rear row: Carol Bartlett ' 78, Luanne Boyle ' 78, Rita Azcvcdo ' 77, Ann Gelly ' 78, Donna Toomey 77, Karen Kearney ' 78. Sue i ' yndham, ' 78 Rita Azevedo Donna Toomey Kerrie Hanna 103 VARSITY FOOTBALL Front row: Bobby CampbelL Bob Conway, Kevin Hall, Jerry Kezer. Kevin Kenney, Gerry Galizio, Steve Schillinger, Chris Boyatzis, Ed Heggie; Second row: Scott Carrara, Fred Brill, John Don- nelly, Myron Callendcr, Nick Cariofiles, Rich Mankavech, Ronnie Bowyer, Mike Cogran, Mike Cugno, Jim O ' Neill: Third row: Louie Quattrucci, Murray Miller, Rick Romaine, Ron Roche, Ray Karavetses, Jim Jordan, Bill Flaherty, Fran Rizzitano, Bob Flaherty, Joe Dawe; Fourth row: Steve Moriarty, Paul Freeman. Danny Gaultier, Steven Masielle, Lcroy Wilson, Paul Hammond, Walter Smith, Jeff Wilson, Jay Valenti, John Wells; Rear row: Billy Cotter, Michael Lanza, Coach Roger Dawe, Coach Bill Powell, Coach Jeff Fanning, Coach Steve Wcxsdruff, Kevin Hanley, Jim Donnelly, Eric Bamberg, Peter Galanis. Football The Black Knights finished their season with a loss to Canton on Thanksgiving . . . for SHS it was a dismal end for an already dis- appointing season. Losing their last four games, the Knights scored but 20 points while giving up 72 . . . the grid team had started out with an impressive record of four wins in their first six games to make new Coach Jeff Fanning ' s debut promising . . . In the opener at Randolph Kevin Kenny keyed the Black Knights attack in a 16-14 win ... At Foxboro, Jim O ' Neill was the offense, gaining 141 yards on the ground and passing 48 yards to Jerry Kezer in the 22-12 win ... in the home opener, SHS was blown off the field by strong Mansfield 29-8 . . . moving to North Attleboro, SHS faced a stubborn Rocket defense and was upset 7-6 in a rugged defensive battle . . . Mike Cogran scored the winning touchdown in the fourth quarter as Stoughton beat Franklin 19-6 . . . Steve Moriarty played an outstanding game . . . SHS couldn ' t mount any kind of offense against King Philip and suffered its fourth defeat 23-0 . . . Kevin Kenney was hurt again, putting him out for the season ... A disappointing season neared its close as Sharon beat the Knight for the first time in history 7-6 . . . The Canton loss, 14-6, was the 22nd for SHS in the 51 -game series . . . Jim O ' Neill was selected Hockomock League quarterback all-star and Capt. Gerry Galizio was named defensive end . . . The Season ' s final record was 4-6-0. f Steve Schillinger Jim O ' Neill Bobby Campbell Kevin Hal Jerry Kezer Ed Heggie Kevin Kennev Bob Conway 104 Captain Gerry Galizio Mvron Callcnder Chris Boyatzis id n Mike Cugno Mike Cogran I Moving out: John Wells (67), Chris Boyatzis (73) and Jerry Kezer (15) lead the way. Others include Ed Heggie (51), Dan A leading ground-gainer was Steve Moriarty (31) accompa- Gaulticr (82) and Bill Cotter (86). nied by Steve Schillinger (32). Battling up front are Gerry Galizio (61), Paul Freeman O ' Neill fades back to pass. (60), John Wells (67), Mike Cogran (40). FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Front row: Dom Rizzitano, Glenn Smith, Kevin Plunkett. Stan Malinowski, Paul Meyers, Jim Pclkey, Walter Frazier; Second row: Jim Bernstein, Scott Swenson,Joe Collins, Steve Hoffman, Steve Fires, Paul Galanis, Jim Edward; Third row: Mike Reardon, Bill Locke, Mike Gallagher, Sean Kelly, Ron Baeta, John Marotta, Pat LaCivita; Rear row: Coaches John Downs, Brucejackman The Stoughton JV football team closed out its season with a tough 8- 6 loss at Canton . . . the loss gave the jayvees a final record of 1-5-2 . . . the sub-varsity suffered most from an inability to move the ball all season ... in the first four games, the JV squad managed to score only two touchdowns ... in their opener a JV 18-game winning streak was snapp ed as Foxboro won 8-0 ... an inability to capitalize on Foxboro turnovers was the misfortune of Stoughton . . . costly Stoughton mis- takes and a tough Mansfield defense were the factors in Mansfield handing the Knight JVs their second loss 20-6 . . . defense dominated the game with North Attleboro and the match ended scoreless . . . Franklin ' s offense was too strong, and they won 28-6 ... a bright spot for Stoughton was Pete Galanis ' 32-yard run . . . two second-half touchdowns by King Philip gave it a hard-earned 14-0 win on a cold afternoon . . Individual standouts included Larry Zadra at quaner- back, Mark Agostini, Bill Flaherty, and Bob Flaherty . . . Stoughton High freshman football, coached by Head Coach John Downs and Assistant Coach Bruce Jackman, finished with a 4-2-2 record ... the f rosh destroyed Foxboro 20-0, led by quarterbacks Joe Collins and Ron Baeta; Paul Galanis scored twice and made two two-point conversions; Jim Leonard added a TD ... the frosh traveled to Mansfield and won 18-0; Leonard scored twice and John Maruader once . . . the frosh then tied Franklin 0-0 . . . standout linemen were Bill Locke, Stan Malinow- ski, and Mike Gallagher . . . Paul Galanis did all the scoring in a 24-8 defeat of O.A. . . . Leonard took over as quarterback because of injuries to Collins and Baeta ... the final game was a scoreless tie with Can- ton ' s frosh . . . Quarterback Jim O ' Neill, on a keep, tries to find running room, and Steve Schillinger moves ahead to block. Mike Cogran (who played both ways) starts to power his way around end • Atwell Williams ' 78 accompanied by Michael Cerri ' 77. Scoring the winners (and the losers) are brave faculty mem- bers Miss Jane Welch, Mrs. Kathryn Warren and Mr Burnes DeVaughn. Thk JCIM And some more brave judges: Miss Kathryn Crimmins. Mr. James Murphy, and Mr. Frank Santoro 108 Winners of auditions for tfie Southeast Mass. District Band were Atwell Williams ' 78, trombone, and Peter Colburn baritone. Stirring, mixing, blending, beating (and whatever) are freshmen Elizabeth Dalton. Joan McC arthy. Ludo- vina Oliveira, Theresa McLaughlin, and Karen Lxjrenz. DECEMBER President-elect Jimmy Carter began his selection of a cabinet in December as America waited for the transition . . . Mass. Congressman Thomas " Tip " O ' Neil was named Speaker of the House . . . People were concerned with doings in Boston ' s Combat Zone (the so-called adult entertainment section) especially after a Harvard football star was stabbed to death . . . what was to be miserable, record-setting cold winter got underway throughout the country . . . Dr. Sperandio iss.ued his annual warning on snowballing . . . Seniors presented " If That ' s Where It ' s At Baby, I ' m Not Going " ... a large cast was finally formed after several threatened cancellations, and the senior play, a farce on the campus revolts of the fifties, went over well . . . Robert Stack ' 77 and Keith Howard ' 78 were selected to sing in the district festival chorus; Howard was also named to the All-State Festival Chorus . . . Homemade crafts, Christmas items, and baked goods were on sale at the SHS International Club Bazaar . . . Stoughton ' s chess team lost a close match to last year ' s champ, Brockton, but beat Sharon. The (.heerlcadcrs (and the fans) came indoors as winter seasons started. N.iniy Sptr.indio urges the SHS basketball team. ( Photo: Clough) 111 " If That ' s Where It ' s At Baby, I ' m Not Going. " Dec. 11-12, 1976 Clockwise, starting from above: Kevin Harris, Claudia Swee- nc ' , Karen Ricci, Bob Stack. Eric Maltman and Bob DiMatteo. (Photo: Hudson) REHEARSAL SCENE: Steve Small, Loretta Abril, Mark Rodrigues, Steve Schillinger, Ellen Grainey,Judy McGibbon, Marlene Krowski, Mandy Kourafas, Claudia Sweeney, Mark Allen, Robin Rolt, Bob Stack, Karen Ricci, Peter McGrail, Bob DiMatteo, Eric Maltman, Ron Azevedo, Frank Papsa- dore. FREEZE! 112 (advisor), Steve Small, Dean Rapoza. Mark Koltz. Larry Thomas. CHESS CLUB Front row: Mrs. TTiea Kaufman (advisor), Richard Mankavech, Peter Howe. Larry Thomas (presi- dent); Rear row: Fred Boos, Mike Spark, John Baptista. i THE INTERNATIONAL CLUB Front row: Debra Fergus. Howard Nonnemacher, Linda Mulholland, Julie Aronson. Sally Valadao, Joyce Livingstone; Second row: Leona Coulombe, Clair Hanley, Alisa Aronson. Mandy Kourafivjj Lesa McGarvey, Sherryl Franklin; Rear row: Tina Fezio. Mary Ellen Loughnane, Maureen Berkowski. Lisa Freedman. Donna Fcingold. SKI CLUB Front row: Dave Belliveau. Steve Schillingcr, Mike Bedard (treasurer), Alan Kershaw (vice-president), Greg Hill (president). Donna Toomey (secretary), Frank Papsadore, Patrick Nickerson; Second row: Jeff Moeller, Frank Coe, Jeff Johnston, Andy Denneno, Michele Jackson, Kerrie Hanna, Becky Rodriguez, Maureen McDonald; Third row: Steve Pires, Vickie McDermott, Barbara Norton, Cathy O ' Neil, Theresa Leoffler, Karen Lorenz, Amy Stack, Dean Rapoza; Fourth row: Bill Lyons, Mary McKay, Terri Parrin, Kathy Parkinson, Joan Natola, Joe Wyndham, Corrine Tobin; Fifth row: Sue Duross, Cathy Viola, David Wasserman, Linda Sacramona, Irene Jordan, Nancy Sperandio, Nancy McCarthy, Lynne Dostoomian. SKI CLUB Front row: Dave Archibald, Karen Hall, Diane Ogar, Mario Teixe.ra, Philip Solito, Richard Kelley, Sara-Ann Lynch (recording secretary), Mr. Don Bernier (adv.sor); Second row: Margaret Sano JoAnne Huber, Joanne Khm, Joanne Mayo, Eleanor O ' Donnel, Lucy Teixeira, Anne Coulombe, Carolyn Feeney; Third row: Gene Doucette, Bob DiMatteo, Diane Doucette, Diana Dohertv Donna Pires, Jane-Ellen Tamul, Cindy Ness, Sheila Farrell; Fourth row: Jim Lennon, Brian Devine,James Grady, Bill Bailey, Bill Heath, Neil Devme, Steve Heely, John Brennick- Fifth row John Barrett, John Connolly, Lynne Jardin, Lynda Lebiedz, Marianne Tobin, Steve May. Donald Mack, John Nicholson; Sixth row: Bob Donovan, John McCann, Eric Maltman Lynda Tyer Mary Jo Stack. Pam DiMatteo. 115 Bob DiMatteo President STUDENT COUNCIL ADVISORY COMMITTEE Front row: Jan Blomstrom, (Regional Advisory Board Rep.); Bob DiMatteo Chairman; Mark Conti; Rear row: Greg Hill (at- large-rep ), Darrcll Lamar. STUDENT COUNCIL Front row: Mr. Anthony Sarno, Mary Savino, Sarah-Ann Lynch, Bob DiMatteo, Lorctta Powers, Mark Conti; Second row: Claudia Sweeney, John McCann, Chris Conti, Alice McAvoy, Gail Klim, Mario Teixeira, Greg Hill; Third row: Nancy Gearin, Kary LeClaire, Roseann Zucco, Tammy Zizzo, Rolf Ruben, Alan Kershaw, Mary Jo Stack; Fourth row: Karen White, Rhonda Goodman,Sherryl Franklin, Chris Boyatzis, Lynda Tyer, Pam Daynes, Maureen Coughlin; Fifth row: Rick Vita, Theresa Leof- fler, Darrell Lamar, Jan Blomstoom, Judy Flaherty, Kathy Viola, Susan Duross; Not present: Barbara Carlsen, Patricia LeClaire, Greg Strenstrom. Student Council Student-Faculty Committee Halloween Hustle Student Privilege Committee Rosa-Vic Vandalism Committee Vica-Versa Dance Student Survey Committee Hospitality Committee Lewis Clark Expedition SHS Black Knight Hats Spring ' 76 — Smoking Concession Stand STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Front row: Mary Savino, treasurer; Mr. Anthony Sarno, Advisor; Loretta Powers, corresponding secretary; Rear row: Mark Conti, vice-president; Sarah-Ann Lynch, recording secretary; Bob DiMatteo, President. Karen White, National Northeastern Delegate for Student Council. Music BAND Front row: Mr. Ron Christiansen. Band director. Steve Hccley. John Grant. Joyce Livingstone. Bob Goldberg, C heryl Dubay. Paul Maclntyre. Chris Sievers. Debra Hceley ; 2nd row; Rick Vita, Maureen McDonald. Scott Lee. Stuart Gay, Peter Colburn, Brad Morris, Larry Fitzpatrick, Jim Montgomery; 3rd row: Arwell Williams, David Pray, Kevin Kcarns, Frank Lyons, Mike Cerri, Peter Barrett. Dave Wilson. Jim Lowden; 4th row: Steve Small. Chris Klim. Ed Lane, Joan Letson, Judy McGibbon. Pam Camara. Bob Binns; 5th row: Lynn Roose. Bob Keating. Cathy Schillinger. Phil Solito, Wal- ter Bamberg. Dean Rapoza, John Walsh, Barbara Nor- ton; 6th row: Joan Coughlin, Chris Tzinso, Nancy Far- rell, Peter Hall. RicYiard Whittington, Richard Kearns; " ' th row: Leonard Pinaud, Al Shapiro, Joe Boucher, Bill Meadows, Maureen Coughlin, Kathy Connor; Rear row: Cindy Hemeon, Cindy Frank, Denise Foster, Henry McGibbon, Ellen Joseph, Dan Fischera. Mr. Christianson and the band take a bow at the Winter Concert. BAND OFFICERS: Seated: Ed Lane, instrument manager; Atwell Williams, uniform manager; Al Shapiro, percussion section leader; Steven Small, vice-president; Standing: Dean Rapoza. woodwind seaion leader; Peter Colburn. brass section leader; Rick Vita, president Faithful to tradition, the band presides over another foot- ball game 118 STAGE BAND: Front row: Mr. Ron Christianson, director, Dave Wilson. Alan Shapiro. Leonard Pinaud, Dan Fischera; Second row: Dean Rapoza, Jim Mongomery, Robert Binns, Paul Maclntyre, Bill Meadows, David Pray. Stuart Gay; Rear row: Peter Colburn, Kevin Kearns, Arwell Williams, Jim Lowden, Chris Klim, Lawrence Fitpatrick, Scott Lee, Rick Vita, Steven Small. MIXED CHORUS Front row: Mitzi Scipioni, Monica Klim, Louise Car- bone, Paula Belliveau, Noreen Callahan, Pam Martin, Margaret Stearns, Beverley Smith, Tricia LeCIaire, Lynne McDonnell, Cynthia Green, Lorna Hall; Second row: Carol Cronin, Robbie Hanna, Lisa Audlee, Robin Rolt, Robert Stack, Brendan Myers, Ross Howard, Sean Non- nemacher, Mark Allen, Elizabeth Finn, Lea Broncaccio, Cathy Viola, Renada Dreist, Ann Hopkins, Lisa Olsen, Elizabeth Martin, Joanne Smith; Third row: Linda Tren- holm, Jeanne Curtis, Cynthia Vincent, Robin Bingamon, David Wasserman, John Baptista, Joseph Colletti, How- ard Nonnemacher, Jeanne Kelly, Janet Clifford, Sharon Stetson, Genie Dreist, Marjorie Cabral, Maria Scrpa, Lynn Cherry; Rear row: Brenda Daniels, Paula Daly, Robin Cameron, Amy Cohen, Janice Hamilton, Marylin Goulston, Veronica Rizzitano, Leslie LeBrun, Keith Howard, Leonard Homer, John Fahey, Eric Scely, Jacque- lin Courteau, Robin Rogers, Cathy Nowe, Michelle Smith, Deborah Olsen, Lorrain Gabrielle, Louise Parrin. GIRLS CHORUS: Front row: Lynne Neville, Janet Hupkins, Gail Jones, Lisa Orlandc t liris Jennings, Susan Kane, Mar- garet Kiddy, Denise Linehan, Roxannc Armstrong, Nancy Sweeney, Patty Whyte; Rear row: Renee Yaffee, Georgette Manson, Bernadcttc Manson, Mary Young, Karen Wallace, Jean DiGiampictro, Stephanie Silva, Sharon DiCcnso, Hayley Freedman, Heidi Freedman, Karen Blacker, Nancy Simmon, Lisa Souza. JA .Z CHOIR Kneeling Brendan Myers, Roll, i i r.: . iXbbic Fergus, N.int Farrell, Marilyn Goulston; Standing: The mixed chorus performs at the Winter Concert. David Wasserman, Mr. Donald LeGrow, director; Atwcll Williams, Keith Howard, Mark Allen, Nancy Sweeny, Judy McGibbon, Louise Carbone, Margaret Stcarne; Seated: Susan Kane. 119 MarK Kixicrigues Al Kershaw Gerry Galizio CAPTAINS AND COACH: Pete McKay, Kevin LaPorce, Coach Ray O ' Malley, Mike Bishop. VARSITY Front row: Dom Bitton, Jim Gearin, Fran Rizzitano. Al Kershaw, Mark Rodrigues, Mike Bishop. Bruce Conly, John Hardiman. Don Mor- rall; Rear row: Kevin LaPorte, Peter McKay, Donald Boc, Mike Kramer, Rick Lennon, John McKay, Gerry Galirio, Bobby Sullivan, Mike Walsh. John Barrett, Coach Ray O ' Malley. John Hardiman Donald Boc Bruce Conly John Barrett 120 Hockey Bob Phillips Stoughton High ' s hockey team finished with a good record of 9-5-1, but failed to qualify for the tournament because of five losses suffered at the hands of powerful Franklin and Canton . . . Kevin LaPorte finished as leading league scorer . . . the team faces a rebuilding year next season, losing ten seniors ... it wasn ' t a bad year, considering the tough competition; it was no shame to finish third in this league . . . LaPorte scored 16 goals and 13 assists for a total of 29 points; Mike Bishop was right behind with 11 goals and 9 assists, for 20 points; Gerry Galizio had 9 assists and Peter McKay had 7 . . . Mark Rodrigues performed well in goal, allow- ing only 41 goals in 15 games, for a goals- against average of 2.73 . . . Coach Joe Powers fielded a JV hockey team with a record of 6-8-3 . . . the jayvees played a tough independent schedule, defeated Brockton ' s jayvees 1-0, and tied Canton 0- 0 . . . they were never out of any game, losing most by one or two goals; except for a loss to perennial powerhouse Nor- wood, all games were close . . . Rick Rush, David Carter, and Joe Sugrue were the leading JV scorers . . . Carl Pena per- formed creditably in the nets . . . OVER THE BLUE LINE, OR THE VARSITY REMEMBERS: BMP, Mean Green, wres- tling on the bus, raisins. Ugly of the Week, Fred ' s out, Come on Bears! the abandoned defensive corps . . . broken hearts . . . Concerned Coach Ray O ' Mallcy observes action on the ice. The pause that refreshes. Ace goalie Mark Rodrigues takes time out. A leading defensive stalwart: Mike Bishop moves puck out. 121 Front row: Coach Charles Green, Joe Daly, Mike Miniutti, Frank Papsadore, Dave Belliveau, Steve Schillinger, Steve Sallcrson, Stu Gay, Coach Bob Tosca; Second row: Atwell Williams, Charlie Single, Danny Rose, Pete McGrail, Jerry Kczer, Dave Sweeney, John Jardin, Steve LaBlanc; Third row: Jack Bertram, Larry Barbell, Steve Mastek, Neil DeVine, Scott Carrara, Joe McDonald, John Baptista; Founh row: Paul Danes. Dick Kelly, Jim Bertram, Jim Mulligan, Mark Secry, Greg Stenstrom, Tony Aguiar. John Baptista Jim Bertram Dave Belliveau Peter McGrail 122 Indoor Track A young team, left over following tfic graduation of 14 point scorers made tfiis a rebuilding year for tfie indoor track team . . even though most of the meets were close, the record for the year wound up at 1-7 . . . some of the individual standouts included seniors Capt. Jerry Kezer in the 1000; Dave Belli- vcau, a medal winner in the 600; Steve Schillinger, a top point-getter . . . some of the sophs who came through in their first year of varsity competition were Charles Single and Tony Aguiar in the 2-milc; Joe Daley and Dan Rose in the 1-mile; Paul Daynes, a junior, was strong in the dash . . . Once around the board track with some of our memories: Wuh, wuh, whoa! . . . happy-go-lucky five . . . Big Mac . . . FIC . . . KKK . . . very representative . . . well-equipped like the basketball team . . . dedica- tion . . the enforcer . God Bless America . . . Franklin Babes . . . " Atwells " . . . Dedicated to the most knowledgeable of all head coaches, Charles Green . . . 123 Hockey fielded three teams in winter competition Bob Philips and Rick Lennon wait to take their turn in a varsity match. (Page 120) " Cultural " highlight of the year was the addition of the GONG SHOW to the SHS calendar. A standing-room-only crowd saw many talented (?) acts including Frank Papsadore and Steve Sthillinger as the Tijuana Brass. (Sec Pages 108-109) (Photo: Carlscn) Lacking adequate practice facilities, the indoor track team managed to compile respectable per- formance. Joe Daley (leading) and Danny Rose are rwo promising underclassmen. In the midst of all these cold winter scenes (brrr!) we thought we ' d present a little " thaw " in this scene taken in the midst of the Bicentennial madness of 1976. (Mighty) Joe Chamberlain shown with his famous (or infamous) B B B B, put together with souvenirs, mementos, and artifacts of that historical year (some purchased, some borrowed, and some, alas, purloined) by his students. . I.avcrnt Smith kxiks over picture sclcttion in daily E-pericxl yearbook staff session m A409. School schedule? Was it class periods interrupted by Commons — or. Commons interrup ed by class periods? (Photo: Clough) " Tell me about the January thaw! " (Photo: Clough) 127 VARSITY Front row: Myron Callcnder, Steve Carter, Deene Jordan, Leroy Wilson; Second row: Bill Cotter, Steve Moriarty, Jim O ' Neill, Kevin Whittington, Gene Doucettc; Rear row: Coach Don Edmonston, Larry Smith, Harry Thompson, Larry Zadra. Once again, Stoughton High ' s basket- ball produced a winning team . . . the Knights ended with an overall record of 16-4, based on a league record of 14-2, earning them a co-championship (with Sharon) of the Hockomock League; they were finalists in a Christmas Tourney, splitting 1-1, and losing to Division I power Quincy . . . once again, they made the Division I (South) State Champion- ship, where they smashed Braintree 73-48 in the opening round and lost a close one to New Bedford 58-51 in the quarter- finals . . . high spot of the season came before a capacity crowd on Feb. 4 when the Knights defeated previously unbeaten Sharon 63-52 . . . Stoughton featured a pressing defense, coupled with a powerful attack, in which any of the players were able to throw the ball in . . .Deene Jordan was probably the best all-around player on the team; Deene joined four predecessors who wore the Stoughton uniform in reaching the coveted mark of 1000 career points . . . Jerry Busby, Steve Moriarty, and Gene Doucette were other mainstays of the league champs . . . Basketball Myron Callender Gene Doucette Jim O ' Neill Kevin Whittington Jerry Busby (Co-captain) Deene Jordan 128 The JV basketball team finished in third place with a record of 10-6 . . . no one blew the jayvees out of any game; they hung in tough in each, evi- denced by three-point losses in four games . . . best outing was against a favored Sharon team on the enemy court when the Stoughton team upended the Eagle JVs 47-44 . . . Larry Peter was the leading JV rebounder and most improved player . . . Larry Zadra and Ed Brazaitis were the top scorers . . . Paul Carter, a freshman playing for the junior var- sity, was impressive and SHS can look to him in the future for a lot of help Steve Moriirty lays in another rwo-pointer. Deenc Jordan scores again on his way to achieving more than 1000 career points. v furnaway crowds were the rule and the club aciaiowlcdged them with several close, exciting vins. The fans, in turn, formed their " big-league booster " groups. Mr. Ed does it again. Putting his team into the state tourney nearly every year doesn ' t easy as seen in Coach Edmonston ' s concerned look. Finishing in the second place in the Hockomock League, the freshman basket- ball team ended up 14-3 . . . the frosh defeated Brockton by six points, beat Sharon in a triple overtime, and lost to Franklin by only one point . . . Oliver Ames was the toughest opponent faced all season ... in what was easily the best game in many a year, the frosh edged Sharon 75-71 in a triple overtime . . . Sharon led at the end of three quarters, but the Knights fought back and tied the game in regulation . . . Freshman players who gave a good account of themselves were Pat LaCivita, usually the top scorer of each game and averaging 21 points a game, John Moretta, and Paul Galanis. JUNIOR VARSITY Front row: Rick Carson, Bill Lyons, Mark Agostini, Larry Peters, Paul Carter; Second row: Coach Warner Bucklin, Vinnie Gouvalaris, Jeff Moeller, Ed Grady, Lance Hamilton; Rear row: Ed Brazaitis, Dan Fischera, Bill Palmer, Keith Baggs, Jerry Hill. Jim Chevcrie makes the move. Val Washburn comes through on defense. Maybe praying would help (a couple of baskets right now would help, too). WINTER SPORTS Don Boc moves after the puck as John Barrett distraas the opponent. 130 Steve Schillinger puts the shot. Deene Jordan goes up for shot while teammates Bil and Steve Moriarry stand by. Front row: Louise Carbone, Donna McCarter, Alison Kelley, Kathy Phillips, Amy Strack, Lisa Bucklin, Karen Lorenz, Janet McCiillvary; Rear row: Coach Michelle Foley, Marry-Ann Buckley, Loren Stolow, Regina Cottim, Peggy Costello, Joni Blatt, Bonnie Sandler Louise Carbone Gymnastics is now part of the Hockomock League, and tiie team fin- ished in fourth place . . . the 1-7 record is misleading; the gymnasts lost two meets by one point, and one by one-half point . . . the league was very competitive, led by a tough Franklin group . . . Loren Stolow, a sophomore, was the team leader, earning all-star league honors, and finishing second in floor exercises in the individ- ual competition . . . Loren participated in each event . . . Kathy Phillips was the high scorer in most meets, averaging high in her event, the vault . . . Mary Ann Buckley scored consistently on the bars . . . Two strong freshmen were Regina Cottam and Bonnie Sandler, and Donna McCarter was an important point-getter in several meets . . . Gymnastics is on the way up at Stoughton High . . . there has been a definite improvement in the caliber of talent displayed in the girls . . . much of the improvement is due in no small measure to a positive attitude . . . the girls are willing to work . . . Lven before the season started, eight girls attended a gymnas- tics clinic . . . With a 5-11 record, the varsity girls basket- ball team ended up in fifth place in the Hock- omock League . . . the girls play can best be described as inconsistent . . . they played well against the top teams of the league, but lost to some of the ones lower in the stand- ings . . . inexperience plagued the team, resulting in lots of turnovers and a hesitation in shooting . . . the team was handicapped by a lack of height ... on the bright side was the 80 points scored against Mansfield, a powerful showing . . . the team also did well on defense, utilizing the more difficult man- to-man style . . . VARSITY Front row: Dcnisc Foster, Coach Barbara Batchelder, Lynne Etostoomian, Valerie Washburn, Cheryl Howes; Rear row; Dcnisc Fraser, Barbara McPherson, Nancy Barte, Clara Zadra, Robyn Ricci, Janet RcKhe. Girls Basketball it Valerie Washburn Co-Captain Made up mostly of freshmen and sophomores, the team had only two seniors . . . long practice sessions were the rule, and the girls are to be praised for their dedication to learning the skills necessary to face taller and more experi- enced quintets . . . Lynne Dostoomian, playing her fourth year of basketball, did very well, displaying a consistently- sharp shooting eye . . . Valerie Washburn, another good shot, was strong in ball control . . . Janet Roche provided much-needed strength as she came off the bench . . . Oth- ers singled out for mention were Cheryl Howes and Den- ise Fraser for steady, all-around play . . . Lynne Dostoomian Co- Captain Girls basketball at Stoughton High in the future should look up in view of the many freshmen and sophomores who got much-needed experience ... in that respect, it can be considered a good year, because it enabled the building of a solid foundation . . . the girls junior varsity team, coached by Mrs. Denise McCarthy, finished the year with a perfect 16-0 record . . . Made up mostly of freshmen, the team mounted an imposing offense as it defeated each of its Hockomock opponents, in most cases handily . . . Top scorers for the jay- vee girls included Lynn Howes, Jeanne O ' Neill, Paula Kelly, and Jan Blomstrom . . . Lynda Tyer, Pam Daynes, and Mar- garet Lynch, also contributed to the successful season . . . for the first time in SHS history, a freshman girls basketball team was added to the expanding Stoughton interscholastic pro- gram . . . the new entry was coached by Pat Leoffler . . . the girls, in their first year, managed to split a 6-6 season, an impressive record since so many gifted freshmen were placed on the varsity and junior varsity teams . . . Leading frosh scorers were Jayne Edmonston and Vicki Alexander . . . JUNIOR VARSITY Front row: Lynne Howes, Paula Kelly, Patti McCarthy, Coach Denisc McCarthy; Second row: Jan Blomstrom, Jeanne O ' Neill, Pam Daynes, Francine Lime; Rear row: Lynda Tyer, Margaret Lynch, Pam DiMatteo. 133 VARSITY WRESTLING _ Kneeling: Gordon Price, Bob Flaherty, Eric Bamberg, Chris Boyatzis, Steve Kosinski, Mark O ' Neill; Standing: Mike McKinnon, Jim Dalton, Craig Kosinski, Mark Trocki, Jim Chevcrie, Doug ■ Lewis, Steve Muldoon, Chris Pernock, Coach Steve Woodruff. ' , In the sectional tournament, the team placed sixth, a good showing. Outstanding performers were Steve Kosinski and Jim Dalton, who each finished second in their classes and Steve Muldoon and Craig Kosinski, who placed third. Chris Pernock placed fourth. Jim Cheverie placed fifth. Dalton broke the Stoughton High record for most dual meet wins in a career; Capt. Steve Kosinski broke the school record for most pins in a dual meet season. Wrestling Stoughton High ' s wrestling team had one of its finest seasons in SHS interscholastic history, winning its last eight meets to finish with a 12-4-1 record . . . Some of the matches were closely fought . . . against Newton South, the match came down to the last contest; Heavyweight Chris Boy- atzis pinned with only five seconds left and SHS won 26-21 . . . Against Foxboro, the grapplers were impres- sive, losing only two individual matches, in a 46-7 rout . . . Against Randolph, the wrestlers came from behind for a 26-26 tie . . . Another powerful win was 51-6 over Middle- boro . . . The SHS squad included 100, Mike McKinnon; 107, Jim Dalton; 114, Craig Kosinski; 121, Jim Cheverie; 128, Steve Muldoon; 134, Doug Lewis; 140, Bob Flaherty; 147, Gor- don Price, Mark O ' Neill, P. Canavan; 157, Stephen Kosinski; 169, Chris Pernock; 187, Eric Bamberg; Heavy- weight, Chris Boyatzis. Jim Cheverie Captain Steve Kosinski 134 Steve Muldoon working a pin. JUNIOR VARSITY WRKSTLING Kneeling: Lou Quattrutci, Scott Noe, Kevin Hanlcy, Ed Abril, Chuck Breen, Ron Bacta, Scott Eastman, Don McHugh; Standing: Jim Miller, John Kane, Gary Mulligan, Peter Kmg, Ron McDonald, John Chisholm, Scott Trocki, Eric Seely, David Smith, Rick Romaine. Jim Chcverie on his way to a victory. 135 Career and Occupational Education In the early 19 " ' 0 ' s, in response to a growing concern that education was not meeting the needs of non-college, non- vocational students, Stoughton initiated a program designed to help students develop a greater understanding of themselves and of the world in which they would spend their adult life — the world of work. Under the direction of Dr. Guy Tardanico, Occ-Ed is a mutual effort by the school and the local business community to give students an opportunity to explore, through actual work experience a variety of occupation options. The program permits students to leave after E-pcriod (the lunch period) in order to train realistically " on the job. " A series of visiting speakers to the Occ-Ed program has featured talks on a variety of job " clusters. " Sheldon Segerman, who spoke on the hotel-motel cluster, chats with Marie Miller and Susan Crear. Dr. John Murray, Deputy Superintendent of Schools, discusses professions with Eric Bucaria and Frank Shea. Steve Nevas, Channel 2 anchorman, visited the Occupational Education class, and then was the subject of a press confer- ence by the KNIGHT staff. Deborah Sharkey, a legal secretary at Morse Shoe. sp ike regarding business professions She t.ilks with Michelle DcCosta .ind janc (Itxigan. Matt Kell talks to M;. Sharkey; Others arc Barbara Adamson and Edith Benjamin, who serve as work supervisors. 136 Kirk Mooney worked at Pearl St. Citgo. Jeffrey Tardanico earned his oecupjtujnal cduLatiun credits working as a press operator at RMC Printing. The primary goal of Distributive Education is to train students in retailing trades DECA students were front row: Mr. Arthur McCarthy, advisor, Elaine Christopher, Roberta Baraban, Cathy Campbell, Jodi Coletti, Stacey Boraks; Second row. Marie Conrad, Carol Bailey, Irene Andrews, Andrew Zelman, Mike Calibani, Richard McPherson; IVear row: Ann Cummings, Edna Christo- pher, Cathy Czerwonka, Dianne Lee, Rose Piche, Patti Batte. Some of the job situations in which students enrolled in the occupational program were involved included work as attendants in gas station, clerical, cook, fabric cutter, general factory help, kitchen help, laborer, mechanic helper, packer, secretary, stock-retail, press operator, bundle boy, war ehouse, aide to art teacher, carp enter ' s helper, counter work, custodian. Among the job stations were Goddard Hospital, Radio Shack Warehouse, Windsor Tire, Ruth ' s Bake Shop, Paul Barrow Co., Bickford ' s Pancake House, Sherm ' s Sunoco, Roxies, West School, Jimmy ' s Market, Coffee Systems of N.E., Swan Cleaners, Jet Medical Products Co., Jet Line Services, Stoughton Car Wash, People ' s Garage, Samar Co., J. J. Newberry, Hemisphere Apartments, Joe ' s Service Station, Stoughton Sewerage Disposal, Dykeman Electric, Factory Sneaker Outlet, Cumberland Farms, Polaroid Co., Columbia Pontiac, Aero-Fab Industries, Ran- dom Sportswear, Light ' n Leisure, Long John Silver ' s, Jim ' s Citgo, Cardinal Gushing Hospital, Por- ter Coal Oil, Malcolm Parsons Ins. Co., Interstate Distributing Co., Brockton Art Museum, RMC Printing. Jean Lonergan served as a dietary aide at New England Sinai Hospital under the work release-time program. 137 Student Honors INTRAMURAL WRI TING COMPETITION Juniors participating in the annual writing competition sponsored by the English Department and the National Council of Teachers of English were Front row: Kathy Viola, Linda McNally, Joanne Huber, Cathy O ' Connor, Alisa Aronson (finalist); Second row: JaneEllen Tamul, Jane DeVito. Mario Teixiera, Michele Scott (finalist), Janet Clifford, Keith Howard (finalist), Jeanne ynalt Herr; Rear row: Mike DePalma, Lance Saltzman, Michael Bedard, Leona Coulombe, Debbie Fergus, Kelly Lyons, Tricia LeClaire, Jeanne Kolinski. NmnSp [ 1 HISTORY CONFERENCE Receiving honors in historical conference at Framingham State College were Seated: Peggy Costello, Cindy Ness, Steve LeBlanc; Standing: Susan Nichols, David Hoffman, Gina Moli- nan SEMSBA CHORUS WINNERS Front row: Nancy Farrell, Bob Stack; Rear row: Judy McGibbon, Keith Howard, Brendan Myers. SEMSBA BAND WINNERS Front row: Robert Binns, Cheryl Dubey; Rear row: Atwell Williams, Dean Rapoza. LESA McGARVEY Betty CrcKkcr Merit Award KEITH HOWARD American Legion (oratory) award NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ( 1976 Inductees) -ront row: Donna Toomey, Lynda Lebiedz, Diana Miniutti (secretary), Terri Silva (president), Debbie Brennan (vice-president). Leslie Myers (treasurer); Second row: Mrs. Polly Savicki (advisor), ,inda Mulholland, Mandy Kourafas, Julie Aronson, Maureen Berkowski, Sally Valadao, Lesa McGarvey; Third row: Tina Fezio, Donna Feingold, Sherryl Franklin, Ellen Grainey, Tony Lanza, anc7 Sperandio, Irene Jordan; Rear row: Claudia Sweeney, Eric Maltman, Rhonda Gcxxlman, Joyce Livingstone, Larry Thomas, Peter McGrail, Steve Small. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY (1977 inductees) Mary-Ellen Loughnanc, Robin Rolt, Bill Sievers, Donald Brady. NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP Commendations awarded to (seated) Sherryl Franklin, Robin Rolt, Lesa McGarvey; (Stand- ng) Robert DiMatteo, Doug Koltz, Larry Thomas. GIRLS ' STATE NOMINEES Seated: Claudia Sweeney (runner-up), Robin Rolt, Nancy Sperandio; Standing: Terri Silva (winner). 139 i Val Washburn Mark Rodrigues Nant Spcrandio Kevin LaPortc Donna Hudson Superlatives MOST ATHLETIC Val Washburn Kevin LaPorte QUIETEST Donna Hudson John Moody MOST TALKATIVE Suzanne McMahon Steve Man son MOST TYPICAL SENIOR Corrine Maioli Mark Rodrigues BEST ACTRESS Karen Ricci BEST ACTOR Bob Stack BEST MUSICIANS Mike Cerri Maureen McDonald MOST GULLIBLE Jim Lennon Lynn Mondor MOST POPULAR Nancy Sperandio Mark Rodrigues John Moody Suzanne McMahon Steve Manson Corrine Maioli 140 Maureen McDonald Mike Cerri Karen Ricci Bob Stack Lynnc Dostoomian Bob Campbell Jeannine Roche John Barrett Elena Holmes Superlatives MOST FLIRTATIOUS Lynne Dostoomian John Barrett FRIENDLIEST Peter McGrail Elena Holmes MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Claudia Sweeney Bob DiMatteo CUTEST Maureen Gearin Bob Perry CRAZIEST MegKilday John Thompson BEST DRESSED Dedra Woody Jerry Busby MOST HUMOROUS Lynn Jardin Mark Rodrigues MOST ARTISTIC Cindy Pooler Eric Maltman MOST MISCHIEVOUS Bob Galanis Nancy Mullen BEST LOOKING Jeannine Roche Bob Campbell Peter McGrail Claudia Sweeney Bob DiMatteo Maureen Gearm 141 Cindy Pocilcr Lynn Jardm Dedra Woody Meg Kilday Karen Ricci Rita Azevedo Claudia Sweeney THESPIAN SOCIETY Front row: Ann Hopkins, Claudia Sweeney, Loretta Abril, Atwell Williams, Alan Shapiro. Robin Rolt, Steve Copley, Lynn Marino; Second row: Rita Azevedo, Judy McGibbon, Ellen Graincy, Steve Small, Brendan Myers, David Wasserman, Jane-Ellen Tamul, Michael Coffin; Rear row: Debbie Hesley, Ron Azevedo, Bob Stack, John Hurley, Keith Howard. Thespian Society Bob Stack Robin Rolt Loretta Abril Judy McGibbon Steven Small Ellen Grainey U2 ANNUAL TOURNAMENT OF PLAYS WINNINb CAST Front row: Steve Small, Claudia Sweeney, Robin Rolt; Rear row: Karen Ricci, Bob Stack, Ron Azevcdo. Mr. Richard Stott makes first place presentation to Paula Daly, in Stoughton High ' s first-ever GONG SHOW while other grand award winners Keith Howard, (left) and Steve Schillinger and Frank Papsadore await their turn. (Photo: F. E. Maioli) Drama ANNUAL TOURNAMENT OF PLAYS DISTIN- GUISHED ACTING AWARDS Margie Harlow, John Hurley, Karen Ricci, Brendan Myers, Claudia Sweeney, Ron Azevedo, Jane-Ellen Tamul, Bob Stack. DRAMA FESTIVAL Rehearsal Scene from " The Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch, " featuring Mark Allen, Karen Ricci, Brendan Myers, Ann Hopkins, Bob Stack, Jeff Manin, Steve Small, Ron Azevedo, Ross Howard, Lynn Marino, John Hurley, Valerie Noren, Greg Shelley, Kenneth Rolt, Keith Howard. Journalism COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION SHS KNIGHT HAS BEEN AWARDED THIS HRST PLACE CERTinCATE BY THE ASSOCIATION AT COLLMBIA UNIVERSITY IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK MARCH 12, 1976 IN ITS RFTY ' SECOND ANNUAL CONTIST CUB REPORTERS Front row: Kathy Uniacke, Carolyn Benson, Mike Gionet, Rear row: Suzanne Still, Francine Lima, Deanna Young. For the third year in a row, the KNIGHT won a First Place Award in the annual news- SHS SPORTS BUREAU A lisa Aronson Front row: Beth Callanan, Francine Lima, Lynne Dostoomian, Mr. Sumner Tapper (advisor); Rear row: Mike DePalma Editor-in-Chief (editor), Ed Heggie, Chris Boyatzis, Walter Jennings SHS KNIGHT STAFF Front row: Mr Tapper, Alisa Aronson; Second row: Mike DePalma, Chris Boyatzis, Ed Heggie, Walter Jennings, Lynne E)ostoomian; Third row: Julie Aronson, Sally Valadao, Ron Azevedo, Barbara Carlscn, Joyce Livingstone, Keith Howard, Lynda Lebiedz, Lesa McGarvey; Fourth row: Beth Callanan, Donna Toomey, Mary Szum, Kathic Clough, Marianne Tobin, Bob DiMattco. Sharon Stetson, Beverly Smith, Susan Wyndham, Jane DeVito. Janet Clifford, Donald Brady, Rear row: Nancy Sperandio, Tom Uniacke, Mario Teixeira, Larry Thomas. Eric Maltman, Keith Hcmcon. Sally Valadao Editor-in-Chief STOTONIAN BUSINESS STAFF Front row: Mr. Tapper, Tom Uniacke; Second row: Maryann Callanan, Becky Rodriguez, Larry Thomas, Bill Sicvers, Beth Callanan; Third row: Lesa McGarvey, Sally Valadao, Donna Hudson, Ginger Brankley, Bob DiMatteo, Lynne Dostoomian, Nancy Spcrandio, Lynn Jardin; Rear row: Ann Lorenz, Maureen Gearin, Jane Burke, Louise Carbone, Marianne Tobin, Kathie Clough, Bob Stack, Frank Papsadore, Al Kershaw. Thomas Uniacke Business Manager STOTONIAN SALES STAFF Front row: Tom Uniacke, Jane Burke; Second row: Ann Lorenz, Donna Hudson, Nancy Sperandio, Maureen Gearin, Louise Carbone; Rear row: Larry Thomas, Bill Sicvers, Al Kershaw, Becky Rodriguez, Lesa McGarvey, Frank Papsadore. Maryann Callanan Financial Manager STOTONIAN ADVERTISING STAFF I ront row: Bob DiMatteo, Beth Callanan; Second row: Ann Lorenz, Jane Burke, Nanc " y Sperandio, Lynn Jardin, Lynne Dostoo- mian; Rear row: Maureen Gearin, Tom Uniacke. Marianne Tobin, Kathie Clough. Beth Ollanan Advertising Manager 145 Jane Burke Sales Manager Mary Szum Senior Section, Pictures Lynda Lebiedz Senior Section Write-ups Kaihie Clough Photography Coordinator 146 STOTONIAN LAYOUT STAFF Front row: Mr Sumner Tapper (advisor), Sally Valadao; Second row: David Cain, John Barrett, Mark Rodrigues, Lynn Jardin, Frank Papsadore; Third row: Lynda Lebiedz, Valerie Washburn, Barbara Carlsen, Shelly Soncrant, Sherry! Franklin, Peter Col- burn, Chris Boyatzis, Donald Brady; Rear row: Keith Hemeon, Joyce Livingstone, Donna Griffin, Becky Rodriguez, Mary Szum, Donna Toomey, Lesa McGar ' cy. TYPING STAFF Front row: Donna Leonard, Cynthia Hansler, Sally Kosinski; Rear row: Jennifer Cabral. Wendy Ellison. ART STAFF Julie Aronson, Shelly Soncrant Lynda Lcbiedz copyedits senior write-ups Becky Rodriguez checks payment discrepancies. Shelly Soncrant Art Editor Peter Col burn Activities Editor Tom Uniacke checks payment record cards. Mary Szum checks through old yearbooks seeking ideas. Valeric Washburn Sports Editor Mr Tapper explains process of cropping pK ul!. to fit layouts to John Barrett and Meg Kil- BOOKKEEPING STAFF day. Maryann Callanan, Financial Manager; Tom Uniacke, Business Manager; Donna Hudson, Sales Records Manager. Photography: Kathic Clough 1 47 Freshman Sports FRESHMAN BOYS BASKETBALL Front row: Jimmy Leonard, Pat LaCivita, Paul Galanis, Coach Burnie DeVaughn; Second row: Don Straughter, Steve Quattrucci, Steve Hoffman, Joe Collins, Bobby Bun- son; Third row: Rich Laughlin, John Marrota, Mike Rear- don, Kevin Plunkett. Julie Weber and Lily MacKenzie spur the team on with a bit of airobatics. Mario Tcixeira " 78 lays one up for the lay vees. Clough) (Photo: The varsity included several juniors; Bill Cotter, who played a key role in Sharon upset, dribbles by his opponent. Steve Muldoon, one of the junior mainstays of the successful wrestling team, applies a move calculated to bring his opponent down. iijp2m A key player on the varsity was junior Steve Moriarty, taking a hand-off for what he hopes will be another one the long gains that thrilled the Stoughton fans Juniors in Sports Denise Fraser ' 78, a member of the girls varsity, moves down the court and towards the bas- ket. Nancy Batte moves with her 1 49 JUNIOR PLAY: " Danish Modem " Lynn Marino, Jane-Ellen Tamul. FRESHMAN PLAY: " What ' s Wrong With The Girls? " Stuart Mellyn, Marjorie Harlowe. Steve Weiss. 150 Some Friends Who Dropped in • • • " Jolly, Jolly Juniors " Front row: Eric Sceley, Kandc DuPont, June Brankley, Jenni- fer Churchill. Henry Sweeney; Second row: Janis Ann Har- rington. Diana Doherty. Simone Castellarin. Rosina Gmil- doro, Loretta Powers; Rear row: Cheryll Howes. Leroy Wil- son Jr., Michele Scott, Andomo D. Woody. Front row: Barbara Fallon, Debbie Driscoll. Judy Flaherty. Mario Teixeira. Phil Solito; Second row: Joanne Huber. Jane- Ellen Tamul, Kathy Viola, Susan Duross, Diane Doucette; Rear row: Beverly Smith, Sharon Stetson, Marci Cohen, Richard Silva, Bill Heath Front row: Donna Pires, Cindy Ness, Sarah-Ann Lynch, Elea- nor O ' Donnell, Karen Hall; Second row: Debbie Winters, Joanne Mayo, Lucy Teixeira, Margaret Sano, Diane Ogar; Rear row: James Grady, Bill Bailey, John Brennick, Neil Dcvine, Mike Bedard. " Silly, Silly Sophomores ' Front row: Jim Barrett. Robyn Ricci, Denisc DePalma.John Donnelly; Second row: Linda Doris Trenholm, Cheryl Dubay, Anne Szadaj, Laura Smith; Rear row: Leslie LeBrun, Arniece Ollender. 152 CLASS OF 1978 Front row: Joanne Huber (secretary), Judy Gallagher (president), Debbie Driscoll (vice-president). Margaret Sano ( treasurer); Second row: Miss Kathleen Crimmins (advisor), Judy Flaherty, Kelly Lyons, Donna Pires, Gina Molinari, Loretta Powers, Pam Galizio, Andrea Anastas, Kathy Viola. Lea Broncaccio. Joanne Klim; Third row: Bill Garter, Rick Vita, Bill Flaherty. Dean Rapoza, Jimmy Gearin. Peter Galanis. Kevin McCarthy, Mike Kramer, Atwell Williams, Mario Teixeira, Rolf Ruben, Bob Flaherty, Jimmy Dalton; Rear row: Jeanne Kolinski, AJisa Aronson, Susan Duross, Filomena Silva. Joni Blatt. Alison Kelly, Beverly Smith, Margie St. George, Marcy Katz, Jane- Ellen Tamul, Cindy Ness, Sarah-Ann Lynch, Linda Sacramona, Mary Anne Seery . CLASS OF 1979 Front row: Tricia King, Gail Klim, Sue Passanisi, Pam DiMaaco (president), Nancy Batte (vice-president), Mike Miniutti (treasurer), Barbara McPherson (secretary), Sandra Manning, Terri Martell; Second row: Kary LeClaire, Tammy Zizzo, Sue Wyndham. Priscilla Myers. Marsha Malamut. Joe Dawe. Ralph Quatrucci, Billy Lyons, Betty Flaherty; Tliird row: Mary Stack, Alice McAvoy, Denise Frazier. Ginne Brandt. Eileen Gallagher, Karen Ragusin, Robin Ricci, Jacquelyn Barry. Darlcne Garrick; Fourth row: Jimmy Barrett. John Donnelly, Rick Lcnnon, Kathy Cough- lin, Lorcn Stolow. Andy Denneno, Chuck Breen. Leonard Homer. Linda Shipps; Rear row: Chris Conti. Marie Fugate, Patty McCarthy, Jay Donnely. Chris Buckley, Laurie Ghelfi. Mr. Leonard Cidado (advisor) Officers and Executive Boards CLASS OF 1980 Front row: Miss Kathleen Neal (advisor). Maureen Grady (secretary). Jeanne O ' Neill (treasurer). Bill Quatrucci (vice-presi- dent). Paul Carter (president); Second row: Roseanne Schwartz. Corinnc Tobin. Jean Climo, Regina Cottam. Kathy Grady; Rear row; Clare Myers. Robin Levine. Doug Proctor. Chris Jennings. Nancy Gearin. Good Luck Seniors Compliments of RAY LEONARD Electrician TWIN-KEE CLOTHING MFG. CO.. 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Katwick, DO Osteopathic Physician 70 Park + Stouahton Mass 1 OIK Is « I w U u III w ii| ividAJ Edmond J. Sullivan, MD 73 Pearl St. Stoughton, Mass. Park OB-Gyn. Associates, Inc. James H. Tyer, MD Marshall P. Field, MD Allan Dunn, DMD 450 Pearl St. Stoughton, Mass. Dr. Carl A. Walent 703 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. Andrew Croke Lee A. Welky A. William Buckley, Jr. 795 Washington, St. Stoughton, Mass. 168 PARK SURGICAL ASSOCIATES, INC. 966 Park Street Stoughton, Mass. Edward B. Gray, Jr., MD John M. Crowe, MD Robert M. Becher, MD John D. MacArthur, MD John K. Messersnnith, MD Robert Elliot Chavez. DDS 92 1 Porter Street Stoughton, Mass. Kenneth P. Copi+horne, DDS 340 Pleasant St. Brockton, Mass. 02401 Complimen+s of A FRIEND SOMETHING NEW, INC. Latest Fashions at Lowest Prices Misses, Womens, and Junior Sportswear and Accessories Park Plaza — Rt. 27 7 1 No. Main St. Stoughton Randolph FLOWERS BY CELI of Stoughton GETTY PRODUCTS RUGGIERO SON, INC. 93 1 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 344-0648 Tune-up — Brakes — Mufflers Best Wishes From M M Variety 1 00 Perry Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-2203 169 Compliments of Boston Area 325-0051 SHAW GLASS COMPANY, INC. 213 Turnpike St. S+oughton. Mass. 02072 Plate Glass • Window Glass • Mirrors • Residential and Commercial Glazing RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK Offices in: Randolph Nor+h Randolph Stoughton Holbroolc Telephone: 344-4150 or 963-2 1 00 170 Compliments of McCORMICK BROTHERS OIL Genuine Parts — Hardware — Access Sories — Chennicals Shop Equipment — Tools — Advertising Specialties Congratulations to the Class of 1977 ATLANTIC AUTOMOTIVE INC. " Everything for Your Car " 79 Porter Street, Stoughton Tel. 344-7559 Hours, Mon.-Sat. 8-5 Best Wishes Class of 77 FARLEY FUNERAL HOME 358 Park Street, Stoughton Jay W. Farley 344-2676 Best Wishes LEE ' S BEAUTY SALON 161 Pleasant Street Stoughton 344-9966 35 Park St. 344-4833 Stoughton Best Wishes Class of 77 CHRISTOPHER ' S SHOES 770 Washington Street Stoughton 344-5241 LOWE POWERS FUNERAL SERVICE Established I860 344-206 1 115 Monk Street Stoughton. MA Tel. 238-4651 COLONIAL ORGAN PIANO STUDIO Honne of the Mighty Wurlitier 105 Washington Street Norman Cameron No. Easton, MA 02356 171 THE WORLDS LARGEST BOOTMAKER Executive Offices - Clarksville, Tenn. Plants - Clarksville Springfield Cookeville Stoughton, Mass. Ashland City El Paso, Texas Waverly On a given day we have more boots in our warehouse than most of our competitors malce in a year. " Congra tula tions: You have completed the first step in building your career and now you have a choice of going to college, technical school or other institutions of advanced learning. Or you may decide to pursue a career with one of your area ' s local companies. I would encourage you to consider college or other institutions of higher learning. However, should you decide on joining an area company, I would suggest you consider ACME Boot Co., Inc., " The World ' s Largest Bootmaker. " We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer with career openings in Manufacturing, Operations, Business Administration, Electronic Data Processing, Marketing, plus a wide range of other job opportunities. So why not choose a company with congenial people and helpful supervisors. You will find many of your neighbors and friends are also pursuing career jobs at ACME. Contact ACME ' S Personnel office or send your resume to Career Development, ACME Boot Co., Inc., P. 0. Box 749, Clarksville, Tennessee 37040. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Robert Turrentine President, ACME Boot Co., Inc. Congratulations Class of 1977 Now that you have completed your High School education, unlimited possibilities for interesting careers await you With your High School diploma you can afford to be selective In your choice of career We would be pleased to discuss with you at any time opportunities available both in our office and distribution center, as well as 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 555 Turnpike Street Canton, Mass. Compliments of BLACKWELL STUDIO 1 1 Your Class Pho+ographer " 10 Freeman Street Stoughton, Mass. GOLD PATRONS Dr. and Mrs. Peter J. Sperandio Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Hanna Mr. and Mrs. John J. Szum Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeVito Mr.and Mrs. Felix L. LaPor+e Mr. and Mrs. Manuel J. 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