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Page 16 text:
Name Nick Name Favorite Saying
Mr. Gordon Flash l ake a walk
Mrs. Howard 1 rene O Pshaw
Mr. Stholt Prof. Where it is. Edna?
Mrs. Montague Hey Do you want to lie Communist
Mr. Smith (Censored) Watch Out
Mr. Pate (loach (luprintable)
Miss Berry Edna Yes, Mr. Scholtz
Alan Wagner Waggie line
Richard Flaherty Chandalier Darn it
Helen Nowak Wackie Yes. But
Wilson Rusho Cheese Achtung
Nina Bclloff Bubbles Blubber (tilts
George Wetterhahn “Wet” Gosh us
Rae Green lev 4 Dutch Holv Cow 4
Pal Smith Smithy 4 oil Sugar
Dave Smith Stine 1 don't lie lie vc you
James Sinclair Muskrat To heck with it
George Smitiller Chico What arc vou doin? 4
Steve Millard Deac on Arab
Susan Sullivan Sul lie No. Really
Barbara Shcan Bobbie Shut your head
Virginia Sprague Ginny Gee Whiz
Sharon Widrig Sharon My Word
Charles Drake Chuck Tough Snap
Larry GrolF Ace Meat head
Marjorie Badgley Beatrice Wha-at
Meredith Barrett Meredv Yeah
Carol Chalmers Jorgi Chat’s the Breaks
Ellen Dorgan El Bing
Robert I.a I.one Bob Ellen
Douglas Murray Chief How IkhiI that
Richard Prout Dick Shoot
Coralyn Scofield Corky Shingles
Kathryn Wright Kay Gripes
How they spend their time
Waiting on Mr. Scholz
W'ate hing I . V.
Running from (.iris
In a blue Ford
Fish and Game Club
At the I.ocsa Club House
In Chevy Convertible
t aking Baths
Shopping at the
Working at the
Grand I n ion
t Brow mille
What they Want to do
Be a Play boy
Retire from Drivers’ Ed.
t elephone Operator
Mam the Chevy
Go to Florida
What they will do
• Milk Cows
Be A.H.S. Principle until
Join the Dodgers
Marry a Doctor
Get a Dishonorable
Mechanic k. B. Motors
Write Bed I ime Stories
Raise a lot of Little Chevy’s
Be an Old Maid
Raise more Bob’s
Bum around Adams
Convert A.H.S. Sinners
Working at t elephone Co.
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Tonight I sal down to watch the T. V. program,
Memories of the Class.” Every Saturday night now
for the last ten years this program has featured dif-
ferent high school groups. I have dreamed that our
class would Ik on someday. Maybe tonight is the
night. The announcer l egan talking.
Charles Drake — there’s a classmate who finally
won a battle with himself. During high school. Charles
look Chemistry and he always wanted to try his luck
at putting Sodium in Water. Well, he finally did and
we haven't heard from him since. I wonder what
kind of a reaction he got.
|im Sinclair has gone to Antarctica to establish a
million dollar fur Hading company. Jim is still a
bachelor but he is keeping his eyes open.
Virginia Sprague has obtained a Nobel Literature
prize for revising the book Written on the Wind.” It
is now called “Scribbled on the Breeze. Ginny has
also written a three act play which the class of 70
will present at the old High School.
Larry Groff and Doug Murray arc the Martin
and Lewis” of 1970. They have their own television
show loo. I’m sure some of their classmates have seen
them. They always did like to fool around in school.
The foreman of the Elevated Shoe Co. Inc.” lo-
cated on the corner of Bond and Wardwell streets, is
Meredith Barrett. By the way. she uses these products
that her company manufactures.
Richard Flaherty also had big plans for his future
in Mathematics. We see that he did carry them out
to some extent. He is now working on the statistics
ol how many miles the average tramp walks in 71.97
Kay Wright finally married Jerry Quencer. Dur-
ing her senior year she did keep us busy guessing
though. She and Jerry are living in Brownville. They
have quite a large house but then with their six
children they need a good big one.
You have the honor of having one clergyman
from our class. He is Richard Prouty, Chaplain of
the United Stales Senate. Right after he graduated
from high school he started in on his climb to success.
Carol Chalmers is still called the Renowned
Traveler of the Class of ’57.” She is not married but
is engaged to Jimmy Pratt. They expect to l e married
on December 32. 20000. Carol never did believe in
rushing things and she still holds to this idea.
We see the Navy has (hedged out Sandy Creek
so that Admiral Wilson Rusho can sail his ship up
Spring Street instead of walking three times a day.
Wilson was very interested in the Navy hack in high
Nina Belloff has a love lorn column in the Jeffer-
son (jtounty Journal. Askt 4 what was the surest way
to get a man, Nina replied Write letters. This is
what Nina did all through high school. By the way
she is still looking for a husband.
Coach Alan Wagner has the winning croquet and
(crochet) teams at Podunk High School in Alaska. We
hear they are all very fine sportswomen. A1 was al-
ways very interested in all kinds of sports.
“Miss America of 1960.” Yes. you have the honoi
f having a classmate who became quite a popular
gal. Pat Smith won her contest after starting as a
private secretary to a well known architect. A tall,
blonde haired, blue eyed girl does make a nice Miss
You all remember Rae Greenley as having an
extreme interest in sport’s articles. He has now
climbed to world fame in the sports world. He refei-
ees women wrestling matches in Madison Square Car-
den. I hear he has quite a rough time.
Barbara Shean is incorporated in the K.F.A. of
Belleville with Bob and all the Little Bobs. Bath
always kept us wondering back in high school.
David Smith was always very quiet except for the
times when he had his father’s car. He is now a test
driver for Roquette Inc. in Utah. I hear he is pretty
good too, for he got a lot of experience driving around
You also have a famous spoits star in your class.
Coralyn Corky” Scofield now holds the title of scor-
ing the most baskets for the United Stales team.
I hose games you played at old A.H.S. did help, didn't
During his high school days. Steve Millard's two
ambitions were to stay single and to continue his
study in Electronics. We see he has accomplished
both for he now lives in seclusion on the planet Mats,
where he owns and operates a Hi-Fi station.
Susan Sullivan is now private secretary at the
Ford garage in Adams. There she can Ik with Ted
Murray all day. Back in school Sue was always busy
with her studies so she didn’t get a chance to see
him verv often. I guess she's making up for lost time
George Smithlcr has Finally completed a four year
course at Syracuse University in the last ten years.
He now manages the C.B-C.-Cobbville Broadcasting
Our Houghton college graduate. Sharon Widrig.
is now conductor of the Air Force Symphony at Thule.
Sharon has lost her shyness by working with all ol
her Air Force musicians.
Our perfect couple in high school was Ellen Dor-
gan and Robert I .a Lone. Bob is now head of the
(.rand Union chain while Ellen takes care of her own
Marjorie Badgley Taylor now a fashion consultant
for Christian Dior has a little trouble keeping up with
the fashion she creates. If the hemline g K s up any
farther she will Ik able to wear her old A.H.S. cheer-
I he late Helen Nowak went to Africa to educate
(lie cannibals on the art of Nursing. They tried the
scalding procedure on her. This seemed appropriate
as she was always in “hot water” in high school.
We had a very difficult time finding George Wet-
terhahn. He is now a newspaper correspondent foi
United Press to Russia. That is, he was the last we
knew; for now he is in a concentration camp in Si-
beria. I wonder if he works as hard now as he did
hack in old A.H.S:?
All the waiting and watching and finally my
dream came true. Tonight was the Memories of the
Adams High School Class of 1957.” What a program!
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si:moh n. ss
Seated. Left to Right: Marjorie Badgley. Coralyn Scofield, Patricia Smith. Advisor, Mrs.
Howard. Sharon Widrig. Kay Wright. Ellen Dorgan.
Second Row. Left to Right : Carol Chalmers. Mina Helloff. irginia Sprague. Larry Lrofr.
David Smith, Robert LaLone. Alan Wagner, deorge Smithler. Helen Nowak. Barbara
Shean, Susan Sullivan. Meredith Barrett. .
Third Row, left to right: Charles Drake. Wilson Rusho, Richard Prouty, Richard Flah-
erty, Jimmy Sinclair. Steve Millard. Rae Oreenley, deorge Wetterhahn. Douglas Murray.
.11 MOH CL SS
Front Row: Left to right—Ann Holley. Ellie Hines. Joanne Flaherty.
Trainor, Anna Scofield. Ann Jones.
Second Row: Left to Right -Lana Graves, Sharon Hines, Faustina
Smith, Nancy BellofT. Shirley Larrlson, Donna Robarge. Louise Babcock.
Charlotte Zehr, Kay LaLone. , . .
Third Row: Left to Right—Walter Barden. Pete Larkin. Dave W idrig,
Tom Williams, dene Murray. Ben Snyder. Wayne Pooler.
Miss Reed. Pat
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