Easthampton High School - Echo Yearbook (Easthampton, MA)
- Class of 1956
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Editor-in-Chief ........... ,,.,.,,. N ancy Mackie
Associate Editor .... ........... S ally Breyer
Business Manager ............., Donna Mitchell
Advisor .,.,.,................,............................,,...............,....,....,..,,,,,,,..,,................ Miss Charlotte Pettee
Elodie F lcury
Irene So ja
Corinne St. Martin
Cecile St. Martin
To ble of Contents
Seniors, Class of l956 ..,..... ..
Juniors, Class of 1957 ..........
Sophomorcs, Class of 1958
Freshmen, Class of l959
The Your in Pictures
Washington Trip ,,.........
Our Advcrtiscrs ......,., .,
MPTON HIGH S
In this past year we have collected many wonderful and
amusing incidents to store in the cubby-holes of our memories. In
order to call them forth in days to come, we have endeavored to
catch and reproduce some of these moments in this, our 1956 Echo.
We have chosen the circus as our theme this year, for the
lively spirit and good nature of the circus folk is not unlike that
of our own friends here at E. H. S. It is easy to stretch our imagi-
nations a little and draw some accurate and amusing comparisons
between our acquaintances and activities here and those under the
Big Top. We too, have our clowns, our acrobats, our star performers.
This book, like the star's scrapbook, is our record of successful
times, fun times, work times, all of which have been a part of our
daily lives in Easthampton High School, and are here presented to
you as you read on. .
We, the class of 1956, gratefully dedicate this page to
Mr. Howell K. Thayer as a token of true recognition of his
ever-ready help and patient efforts in behalf of this school
and us through thirty-f1ve active years. Our school's excellent
reputation is due, in large part, to his wisdom and alert,
Always interested, anxious to please, and willing to
help not only the faculty, but also the students, realize their
plans to the fullest extent, Mr. Thayer will always be remem-
bered fondly and respectfully by all who have known him.
Dr. James A. Bernard
Arnold A. Wild, Chairman
Albert A. Lussicr, Secretary
Stanley F. Popiclarczyk
Students who are graduating from high
school today are going to live in the most
exciting period of civilization the world
The Class of 1956 will live faster, will
need to accomplish more, will meet more
people, will go more places, and will work
at more complicated jobs than any people
before us in all history.
The "know-how" and the 'gknow-why"
that equal accumulated learnings are now
at your disposal, regardless of the road you
may decide to travel. The Challenge is
set. Accept it, Live it, and life will be
meaningful to you. Godspeed and good
Miss Bertha Voigt
Secretary to the Superintendent
Once more it becomes my pleasure and
opportunity to wish the senior class God-
speed and express the hope that the
money and time that has been spent on
them within these four walls has not
It is essential that we be prepared not
merely to give all the brain-power we
have, but to continue its cultivation in the
future. Never before has eaeh item of
knowledge been so potentially useful -
so necessary for our survival.
It is my sincere hope that the eharaeter
and knowledge you have acquired will
benefit you and the community in which
you live so that peaee and prosperity
may come to both of you in generous
Bliss Ethel Voigt
Mr. Kissell and Guidance Gffice Aides
If you haven't met Mr. James Kissell, our new guidance director yet - even
if you have met him - come along with me, and we'll get an interview - -
Mr. Kissell was graduated from New Hampshire National High School, and
then he went on to college.
Before World War II he taught algebra, and with the coming of the war, he
entered the service as a counsellor organizing task forces. Later, in his overseas
work with the counter intelligence, he made use of his knowledge of the French,
German, and Russian languages.
Back in America again, while studying for his master degree, Mr. Kissell
worked as a counsellor at the V. A. Hospital in Northampton. After receiving his
master's degree, he returned to the public school system as a guidance director.
Mr. Kisscll's goal in life is not only to give counselling to high school students,
but to those who drop out of school, to unemployed and disabled people in the
community, and to former graduates who are ready to move on to better jobs.
From Mr. Kissell come these ever so true words for the youth of today,
"The door is always open."
To the Faculty
We, the class of 1956, desire to express our heartfelt gratitude
for your understanding and loyal assistance during our four years
of high school. With your generous contributions of time and
patience we have been successful in all our various endeavors.
We now understand more fully the role our teachers play in
these achievements and sincerely hope to prove our worth to you.
We, the Class of '56, dedicate this page to Mr. Alvan R. Lewis
in sincere appreciation of his thirty-three years spent in patient under-
standing, counsel, and instruction. We, who were fortunate enough to
have been in his classes, realize more and more as time goes by how
well he has prepared us.
We shall always remember how he gave up many a week-day night
to greet us at the door and take our tickets at basketball games.
Friendly and helpful, Mr. Lewis is a former faculty member of
whom Easthampton High School can always be proud.
Cl-QCELIA H. BARANOYVSKI
New York IlHiUI'l'.Slly
Shorthand l, 2: Typing 2: Business Lawg
SCCl'Cl2lI'lill Oflice Practice
Advisor: Sophomore Class
ARNOLD V. CLEARY
I'nion C0llf'g'l',' Boston University
Chemistry: Physicsg General Science
Advisor: Fzlrully Manager of Athletics
LIQOCADIA T BARNNOYVQKI
Iirzrigewater .State Teachers Collegeg
Biology, World History
KIQNN ETH XV. DOLLOFF
New England Conservatory of Music
Boston Universityj College of Music
MRS. MARNIORIE E. ISEEISI-1
ill11s.s'1lr'l1usrlts S1'l1ool of Art
Advisor: The Charm Club
HAZEL M. EAMES
Franzinglzam Slate TCllflll'fS, College
Household Arts Supervisor
MARIAN S. GOODWVIN
Salem Teachers' Collfffc
Bookkeeping l, 2: Typing 1
CLAUDIA M. FLEMING EDNA H. GRAHAM
Our Lady of Elms College American College, Chicago, Illinois
3051077 U'm'f"'5'tY World Geography, Problems of
English 1,2 Democracy: Driver Education
Advisor: Senior Class
HOWARD M. GRAHAM
General Science: Consumer Training:
Coach: Soccer: Baseball
Latin l, 2: English 4
Advisor: Student Council
Advisor: Dramatic Club
Advisor: Freshman Class
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l'uited States History: Civics
Advisor: Good Government Day
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CH.-NRLO'l"I'li E. PETTEE
Colby Collwgvg l'11im'1'sity of Maine
English l, 3, 4
LOUISE F. MISNER
l'11iz1crsity of Marburg, Germany
Frcllcli l, 2, 33 English l
ROLAND E. REED
Fniversity of Massachusetts
Business Trniningg Cmmucrcial
Couch: Buskcllmllg Tennis
Michigan State Normal
HILDA S. SMITH
l'r1i1'1'rsily of Vf'l'H10lZf
Advisor: Pro Nlcrilo
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Vice-President .....L. ............. E mclie Racicot
Secretary .,.......... ......... J oannc Gcndreau
Treasurer ...... ..L...L.LLLL P atricia Tourville
Advisor ........ .L.L.... lN Iiss Claudia Fleming
The School Song
Wc'll always bc Easthampton High School
Loyal and true, Three cheers for you,
All through our schooldays, We pledge our hearts
And when we are through. And ourselves to you.
THERESA BALDYGA Tessie
Sweater hend - Dick - mind on those wedding bells -
peppy cheerleader and majorette - flitty - "Heyl"
Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club l: Scribe 1, 23 Echo 3:
Majorette 3, 4: Cheerleader 3, 4: Home Room Oflicer 1.
Birthday: October 3 Plans: Marriage
DONALD BASHISTA M0056
Our farmer - good looking, but bashful - cow puncher -
Oh, that chem! - Southampton chaulleur.
Baseball 3, 4, Pro Merito 3g Driver Education 3.
Birthday: October 25 Plans: Stockbridge
MARY L. BOBER Mania
Helpful - a pizza eater - pranks with Berta - "Are you
kiddingP?"- Mrs. Coolidge - dark complexion - never serious.
Glee Club lg Echo l, 45 Party Committees 1, 2, 3, 4g Driver
Birthday: March 25 Plans: Secretarial Work
CAROL BORDYVSKI Cal
Beauty contests - rosy complexion - the opposite sex -
always has a gay time - music and art - seems in a hurry.
Band 3, 43 Art 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: Senior
Play 4: Scribe 2: Echo 2, 3, 45 Columbia Scholastic Press
Association Delegate 2: Driver Education 3.
Birthday: December 12 Plans: College
WILLIAM BREYER Bill
Dashing leading man - girl shy??P - studious - one of
the quiet members - good ideas - surrounded by sisters.
Pro Merito 3, 43 Driver Education 33 Senior Play 4.
Birthday: August 12 Plans: College
Busy clerk at McGowan's - youthful - "I don't know!!"
soft spoken - quiet in school-but after? - photography.
Glee Club 2, 33 Art 13 Echo 3, 43 Driver Education 4.
Birthday: July 24 Plans: Piedmont College QGeorgiaj
On the quiet side - a slow, but winning smile - If you
have a question about guns, see john - ardent sportsman.
Driver Education 4g Class Ofhcer l.
Birthday: February 17 Plans: Air Force
Ziggy - fashion plate - active cheerleader and majorette
T. j's favorite cousin - vivacious - her own drawl.
Glee Club 13 Dramatic Club 13 Echo 3, 43 Basketball 23
Majorette 3, 43 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 Party Committee 3, 43
33 Student Council 3, 43 Home Room
Officer 23 Town Good Government 1, 23
Otlicer 3, 43 Class
3 , Plans: Holyoke junior College
PATRICIA COUCHON Pat
Loquacious - petite and effervescent - easy to get along
with - Lou's ticket-selling assistant - Anchors Aweigihl
Echo 45 Party Committee 3, 43 Driver Education 3.
Birthday: january 23 Plans: Secretarial YVork
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BRUCE CRAIG Brucer
History whiz - mathPP? - J. D.'s 1, 2, 3, 4: "Oh yeah?" -
competent captain - movies with Donna - neat dresser.
Echo 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 43 Pro Merito
3, 45 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 43 Home Room Officer l, 2, 33
Town Good Government I, 2, 3, 41 Massachusetts Boys' State
33 Party Committee 1, 2, 3, 4.
Birthday: September 4 Plans: College
MARGARET DURYEE Maggie
Our Veronica Lake - French accentP?? - stage femme fatale
- troubled expressions - loves philosophical discussions.
Band 2, 3, 4: Pro Merito 3, 4: Echo 3, 43 Dramatic Club lg
Senior Play 43 Home Room Oflicer 25 Party Committee 2, 3, 4.
Birthday: February 28 Plans: College
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RICHARD FAPPIANO Dick
Tall, dark, and handsome - jo - that wellrtyped theme -
"Don't worry about it" -- National Guard. Devil-may-care
Basketball 1, 2, 3: Home Room Officer li Class Oflicer lg
Driver Education 1.
Birthday: july 23 X Plans: Air Force
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CAROLE FINN Finny
June bride - onyx ring - "Really" - astounding ability to
memorize - Italian food - a quiet redhead? - "Yes ma'am."
Glee Club I, 2, 33 Charm Club 1, 25 Scribe l, 23 Echo 2, 3, 43
Columbia Scholastic Press Association Delegate 2: Pro Merito
3, 43 Party Committee 1, 23 Driver Education 3.
Birthday: March 2 Plans: Marriage
ELODIE FLEURY Deedee
Park Hill Orchards-family trips-hard worker-serious-
return to Caesar - "What's the homework for tomorrow?"
Glee Club 2, 33 Charm Club 1, 2: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 43
Echo 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Party Committee 2, 45 Driver
Birthday: February 8 Plans: Nursing
JOANNE MARIE GENDREAU
One of the gang - Dick's gal - "Oh, noi!" - ready with a
smile - committees - "Insurance, anyone?" See jo.
Glee Club l, 2, 3: Charm Club lg Scribe l, 25 Echo 1, 2, 3, 43
Pro Merito 3, 4g Student Council 3, 43 Home Room Officer
3, 43 Class Oflicer 3, 43 Town Good Government 1, 3, 4:
Graduation Marshal 35 Party Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Driver
ALYCE GERYK Alcia
Shingle hair cut - green gym suit - Hamp boys -
"W-H-A-TP?"-"Cut it out, you kids!"-snappy cheerleader.
Glee Club l, 23 Scribe l, 23 Echo 1, 2, 3, 41 Cheerleader 3, 43
Class Officer lg Party Committees l, 2, 3, 43 Driver Education 3.
Birthday: March l Plans: Holyoke Junior College
Birthday: September 28 Plans College
BEVERLY GRAHAM Bev
Norman - articles for hope chest - Emy's side kick - fifth
period gossip - plays a mean horn - terrific personality.
Glee Club 2, 33 Band l, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 33 Basketball
2, 3, 43 Home Room Oflicer 23 Town Good Government l, 33
Driver Education 3.
Birthday: December 13 Plans: Secretarial Work
DONALD HICKS Don
The point system - interested in mechanics - allergic to
homework - indifferent - active National Guarclsman.
Birthday: February 26 Plans: Air Force
DAVID JAYES jazz
Enthusiastic salesman for bargain days at Ed's - a great pal
- likes to gah - catchy grin - wise cracks - junior girl.
Band l, 23 Echo 43 Basketball 3, 43 Soccer 3g Student Council
3, 4: Home Room Officer 23 Town Good Government 2, 43
Good Government Day Committee 43 Party Committees
l, 2, 3, 43 Driver Education 3.
Birtllday: March 10 Plans: College
DONALD R. JOHNSTON Don
Automobiles and P? - Fishervman - that real gone mustache
- tall - demerits for chewing gum - tardy room.
Student Council 13 Home Room Ofiicer 2.
Birthday: january 29 Plans: Air Force
JEAN KAEPPEL jeannie
Flirtacious - sorrowful eyes - pony tail - "That's great!" -
cheering squad - always ready to give a hand - Bob!
Glee Club l, 2, 3: Charm Club l, 2: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4:
Scribe 1, 2: Echo 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 3, 4: Home Room
Officer l, 2: Party Connnittee l, 4: Driver Education 3.
Birthday: November 23 Plans: Secretarial NVork
CHESTER KANIA Chet .
"Those borrowed test tubes" - lo al E.H.S. fan - winter ,
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sportstnan - especially skiing - conndent - quick thinker.
Tennis 3, 4: Pro Merito 3, 4: Town Good Government 3, 4: -
Good Government Day Committee 4: Massachusetts Boys'
Birthday: january ll Plans: Aeronautical Engineering 5 ni i' "'f"5
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ANN KAPELEWSKI Annie
On the quiet side - never utters an unkind word - enjoys
baby sitting - "Holy Catfish" - studies hard.
Echo 4: Nurses Club 4: Driver Education 3.
Birthday: April 15 Plans: Nursing
CAROL KRANVCZYK Tootsie
Bill - double dates - etticoats and more etticoats -
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perpetual motion - nnnd of her own - ' Who, me?"
Charm Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club 1: Scribe 1, 2: Echo
2, 3, 4: Basketball 3: Pro Merito 3, 4: Party Committee
1, 2, 3, 4: Driver Education 3: Magazine Captain 4.
Birthday: December 19 Plans: Secretarial Work A
JAMES LACROIX jim
Quiet, but friendly - takes flying lessons - interested in
Civil Air Patrol - black Oldsmobile - likes to hunt.
Driver Education 3.
Butlzdax june 7 Plans.' Undecided
THOMAS LACROIX Tom
Chews toothpicks - enjoys arguing with Miss Lee - "Got an
extra pencil?" - jim's "little" Brother - also likes to hunt.
Birthday: August 28 Plans: Apprentice Course
LILI IAN LAJOIE Lil
Argumentative - changeable - blushes easily - long hair
gone-middle man between Arlene's and E.H.S.-A-a-a-choo.
Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4g Charm Club l, 2: Scribe 2: Echo Board
3, 43 Pro Merito 3, 43 Nurses Club 43 Party Committee 1, 2.
3, 4: Driver Education 35 Town Good Government 4.
Birthday: April 12 Plans: Boston University School of Nursing
GLORIA LALIBERTE Glo
joe, a steadying influence - fife player in drum corps -
cooked the egg that Berta laid - H002 - cheerleader - crazy
mixed up bangs. '
Glee Club 1, 2: Band 3, 45 Charm Club 1, 2: Echo 1, 2, 3, 45
Tumbling 1, 25 Cheerleader 3, 45 Home Room Officer 1, 2, 3:
Town Good Govemment 1, 2, 3, 4g Party Committee 1, 2, 3, 4.
Birthday: February 12 Plans: Doerr Academy
WVALTER LAN KARGE Walt
Tic-tac-toe champ - Hatfield, Jessie, and the little green
car - a born tease - oh, those jokes - 6' 2" - eyes of blue.
Art l, 2: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Scribe l, 23 Echo 1, 2, 3:
Party Committee 4g Columbia Scholastic Press Association
Delegate, Driver Education 2.
Birthday: March 30 Plans: Holyoke junior College
LUCILLE LAPLANTE Lou
Dimples -ticket selling at basketball games - "There's always
room at my house" - laughing eyes - pleasant disposition.
Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Charm Club l, 25 Scribe 1, 22 Echo 2, 3, 4:
Student Council 23 Home Room Officer 2, 45 Driver Education 3.
Birthday: July 23 Plans: Secretarial Work
THOMAS LAPLANTE Tom
Aggressive - born leader - bound to succeed - enjoys teasing
girls - sharp dresser - all-around student - champ sax player.
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2: Basketball l, 2, 33 Tennis
1, 2, 3, 4: Pro Merito 3, 45 Student Council l, 2: Class Officer
2, 3, 45 Town Good Government 1, 2, 33 Party Committee
2, 3, 4: All State Band Representative: Graduation Marshal 3.
Birthday: July 22 Plans: Air Force Academy
ROBERTA LAPRADE Berta
Giggles - natural curls - white Ford and Stacy -laid a hard
boiled egg - enjoys life - NoP? Noll
Glee Club 1, 23 Charm Club l, 23 Dramatic Club 2: Pro
Merito 3, 45 Student Council 43 Home Room Officer 1: Town
Good Government 33 Driver Education 33 Magazine Manager
43 Party Committee 2, 4.
Birthday: April 21 Plans: Secretarial Work
LEONARD LAROCK Lennie
Long and laughing - quick with an answer - argumentative
- genius at work - Bobo's stage beau - politician.
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Play 45 Town Good Govern-
ment 3, 45 Driver Education Representative 4.
Birthday: july 9 Plans: Armed Forces
DEANN LEBEAU Bobo
Not too fond of studying - extracurricular activities - tin
books - basketball whiz - carefree - Miss Lee's despair.
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra l, 2, 35 Dramatic
Club 3, 45 Senior Play 45 Scribe 15 Echo l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball
l, 2, 3, 45 Tennis l, 2, 3, 45 Student Council l, 25 Home Room
Officer 1, 25 Town Good Government l, 2, 3, 45 Party Conl-
niittees 1, 2, 3, 45 Driver Education 2. ,
Birthday: June 13 Plans: West Virginia Wesleyan
A valuable friend - never loud - Southamptonite - "Are
we going to have a test today?" - helpful - likes to write
Charm Club l, 25 Dramatic Club 15 Scribe 1, 25 Driver
Birthday: February 16 Plans: Undecided
PAULINE LUKASZKIEXVICZ Paula
Gift of gab - Mr. Kissell's pal - can be found in study hall
- inquisitive - contents of pocketbook - from soup to nuts!
Glee Club 35 Echo 45 Driver Education 4.
Birthday: August 9 Plans: Ofhce Work
NANCY MACKIE Nance
Diets - '11 new one every day - portrait artist - "jane Eyre"
- Homework?P - hI2ILl11Il1C'S despair - walking dictionary.
Glee Club l, 2, 33 Charm Club l, 2, 33 Art Club l, 2, 3, 43
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 43' Senior Play 43 Scribe 1, 23 Echo
2, 3, 43 Editor-in-Chief of Echo 43 Columbia Scholastic Press
Convention 23 Pro Merito 3, 43 Class Ofhcer 1: State Good
Government Day 3, 43 Town Cood Government Day 3, 43
Contest 33 Driver Education 3.
CHRISTINE MARCISZ Chris
Moody - willing to help - Long "redl' freshman - "YVhat?
XVho?" - hot rodder - her scrapbook - Echo Artist.
Clee Club 2, 33 Art Club 23 Echo 2, 3, 43 Home Room Oflicer
2, 33 Cood Government Day 3, 43 Party Committees 2, 3, 43
Cood Government Committee 4.
liirllzday: August 17 Plans: Burbank Hospital, Fitchburg, Mass.
Party Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 American Legion Oratorical
Birtlulay: October 12 Plans College
Sophistication - Surprise! Hair cut -always neatly groomed
JOYCE MCNAMARA Midge
Helpful waitress at Mae's - square dancing - boys, boys,
and more boys - good student - easy to get along with -
Clee Club l, 2, 33 Charm Club lg Pro Merito 3, 43 Student
Council lj Driver Education 4g Magazine Manager 4.
Birthday: August 13 Plans: Undecided
- quiet in school, but out??PP - seamstress - Fur collars.
Glee Club 2, 33 Charm Club 1, 23 Echo 43 Party Committee 13
Driver Education 3.
Birthday: December 20 Plans: Holyoke Junior College
Beaming smile - natural leader - a twin - likes to study -
admired by all - loads of clothes - will go far.
Glee Club 1, 2: Scribe 1, 23 Echo Board 3, 43 Basketball l, 2, 33
Pro Merito 3, 4: Student Council I, 2, 3, 43 Home Room
Officer I, 2, 33 Town Good Government 43 Massachusetts'
Girls' State 33 Party Committee l, 2, 3, 43 Driver Education 3:
Magazine Captain 43 D.A.R. Pilgrim 4.
Birthday: October 23 Plans: College
WILLIAM MULLEN jerry
Our A8cP representative - deep voice - likes to ski -
drummer boy - that cozy corner in E. H. - Tootsie.
Band 43 Soccer 2: Tumbling 2.
Birthday: April 29 Plans: Air Force
RICHARD NADOLNY Spike
Displays ability in all he undertakes - table tennis champ-
one of the gang-Coach Graham's pal-an all-around good guy.
Basketball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Soccer l, 2, 3, 4: Pro
Merito43 StudentCouncil2,4g Town Good Government2,3,4.
Birthday: March 12 Plans: Holyoke Junior College
ROSA LIE PARSONS
4-H rooter - musically inclined - ambitious - a brain and
a half - "Oh, yeah, hey?" - eats apricots for red hair.
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, -lg Band 4: Orchestra l, 2, 33 Dramatic
Club 3: Scribe 1, 25 Echo 3, 45 Pro Merito 3, 45 Home Room
Oflicer lg Party Committee 2, 3, 43 Eastern States Exposition
Representative 43 Driver Education 3.
Birthday: july 17 Plans: University of Massachusetts
STANLEY PARZYCH Stan
Religious ed chauffeur - instigator - Paul Bunyon behind
the saw - - John's Fine Foods' handy man - sly twinkle.
Basketball 23 Baseball 1, 23 Soccer l, 2: Town Good Govern-
ment 2, 43 Party Committee 2, 35 Driver Education 3.
Birthday: March 4 Plans: Holyoke junior College
EMELIE RACICOT Emy
Tiny and energetic - Andy - Bev's loyal friend - French
horn - active band president - an outdoor gir1-speeches-
on any subjectl
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Band l, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 33 Tumbling
l, 2, 35 Pro Merito 3, 4: Student Council 33 Home Room
Oflicer 2, 33 Class Officer 45 Town Good Government 2, 3, 43
Party Committee 2, 35 Driver Education 3.
Birthday: November 5 Plans: Oflice lNork
Newest member - anxious to settle down - Gil - sincere -
fascinating hairdos - expressive eyes - more bounce to the
Basketball 45 Tumbling.
Birthday: May 14 Plans: Marriage
EDWARD ROUTHIER Ed
Civil Air Patrol - spare moments in a certain freshman
homeroom - "Where's my crutches?" - hot rod?
Town Good Government 4.
Birthday: July 17 Plans: Electronic Engineering
MARY LOU SANDERS
Her dog Noodles - dig that crazy English Ford - Holyoke -
swimming instructor - not still for very long.
Clee Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 33 Scribe 23 Echo -lg Town
Good Government 33 Party Committees 2, 3, 45 Driver Edu-
liirtlzday: April 10 Pl1u1s.' College
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vii A Natural blonde curls - Southamptonite - steady dater -
L 2 5 whistle bait - conscientious - Nan's side-kick - future
Q - beautician.
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. we A ,Q Room Ollieer 13 Driver Education 3.
, , ,ji Birthday: December 26 Plans: Doerr Academy
XVILLIAM G. SCHUMANN, JR. Bill
Shortwave listener - neat appearance - uXVllZll'S that?" -
the silent type - dark, wavy hair - Jin!!!
Dramatic Club l: Pro Merito 3, Al, Driver Education -lp
Driver Education Convention -l.
Birthday: April 10 Plans: Secretarial Work
ROBERT SKROCKI Bob
Fun-loving - "Oh-No!" - Happy-go-lucky - l'auline's man!
- tennis whiz - patronifes all school dances.
Basketball 33 Tennis 2, 3, -lg Student Council 3g Party
Committees 35 Driver Education 4.
Birtlzdrly: August 30 Plans: Radio and TV or Barbering
Slide rule genius - the classics - the gray Chevie - Falls
delivery man - haunts the Majestic - tall 'n lanky.
Pro Mcrito 33 Home Room Officer lg Town Good Govern-
ment l, 43 Massachusetts Boys State 33 Driver Education 4.
Birthday: July 9 Plans: Engineering
JOSEPHINE SLATER jo
Quiet and reserved - perfect secretary - likes dramatics -
good cook - indifferent to boys - China blue eyes.
Charm Club 13 Art lg Dramatic Club l,2, 3,43 Senior Play 43
Echo 43 Pro Merito 3, 43 Driver Education 4.
Birlllzlay: November 6 Plans: Undecided
CECILE ST. MARTIN Sis
Mischievous - never a dull moment - broken eye glasses. T
good longshots in basketball-doesn't seem to Yk'0l'fY-"DCN'll.
Dramatic Club 1, 43 Scribe 1: Basketball 3, 4: Party Com-
mittee 33 Driver Education 3. 1
Birthday: March I4 Plans: -Army
CORINNE ST. MARTIN C0131
Cheerleading, co-captain with Theresa - Miss Lyman's study
hall - Kenny - vivacious - horses - "Baby.
Echo 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 1, 23
Home Room Oflicer 23 Class Ollicer 13 Party Committee 1, 23
Driver Education 3.
Birthday: September 22 P10115-' OWCC Work
DOROTHY STEMPEL Dolly
Springheld College and Tommy - "1'm perturbed." - the
role of grandma - a friendly way - witty - telephone hend.
Glee Club l, 21 Charm Club l, 2: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 43
Senior Play 43 Scribe 2: Echo -lg Party Committees l, 2, 3, 41
Driver Education 3.
Iinllzdax April 19 Plans: Holyoke junior College
JAMES STONE jimmy
Pastel-colored shirts - happy-go-lucky - a friend to all -
good sportsmanship - oral talks - 'l'.j.'s pal.
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball l, 2, 3, 43 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4:
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 43 Home Room Oflicer 1, 2, 3, 4:
Class Ofhcer 2, 33 Town Good Government l, 2, fl, 4: Party
Committees 2, 3,43 Driver Education 33 Graduation Marshal 3.
PATRICIA TOURVILLE Pat
Sweet smile - Patsy and Ratsy - sports fan - wonder why -
likes to doodle - active - more giggles.
Glee Club 2: Charm Club 23 Art l, 2: Scribe l, 2: Echo
1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 33 Pro Merito 3, 4: Student Council 2.4:
Home Room Otbcer 2, 3, 43 Class Ofbccr 3, 43 Town Good
Government Day 1, 2, 3, 43 Party Committees 1, 2, 3, 43
Driver Education 33 Graduation Marshal 3.
Birthday: April 5 Plans: Holyoke Junior College
Birthday: April 24 Plans: College
THOMAS WALSH T. j.
Our jerry Lewis - llirtatious - inlluential member - the
long way home - class politician - will try anything.
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3, 43 Student
Council 1, 43 Home Room Oflicer 1, 43 Town Good Govern'
ment 3, 43 Party Committee I, 2, 3, +3 Driver Education 3.
Birthday: February 17 Plans: Armed Forces
GAIL XVOLFRAM Woolly
Fun-loving - that asthma - "Oh, my goodness!" - her
"Honey" - Got a cold?-Sec Gail for Kleenex - party giver.
Glee Club l, 2, 33 Band l, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Echo
2, 3, 43 Basketball 33 Student Council 33 Party Committee
l, 2, 3, 43 Driver Education 3.
Birthday: February 27 Plans: Nursing
STANLEY ZAXVACKI Stan
jo's cousin - Civil Air Patrol - shutter bug - outvdoor
type - cabin in the woods??? - Someone mention POLKASP
Driver Education 43 Senior Play 43 Soccer 3, 43 Dramatic
Birtlzdoy: May l8 Plans: Aviation
Class of 1956
Pro Merifo Society
The Pro Nlerito Society is composed ol students who, through conscientious study during their
years of high school, have maintained an average ol I5 or hetter in their niajor suhjects. This
honorary society isa state organization with chapters in about fifty high sehools. Our Pro Merito
advisor is Bliss Ililda Sinith.
The following nineteen menihers of the Class of ,56 have worked hard to maintain the necessary
high grades for Society membership.
Yvlllllllll llreycr Joanne Cendreau lhonias l,aPlante Donna Mitchell lYilliain Schumann
Bruce Craig Chester Kania Roherta Laprade Richard Nadolny Josephine Slater
hlargaret lluiyee Carol Krawezyk Nancy Mackie Rosalie Parsons Patricia lourville
Carole Finn Lillian Lajoie -loyce lxIi'Nl1IIllll'2l Enielie Roscoe
At the end of the Sophomore year a student with a B average becomes a junior Pro Kierito.
Seven students front the Class of 1937 have achieved this goal.
Sally Breyer Richard Erush Charles Patterson Blarie Waltz
Olga Dailvde jacqueline Girouard Irene Soja
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With sincere apjlrcciation . . .
Plzew! We made it!
'cWish on the Moon," the annual Senior play, provided
delightful entertainment for an appreciative audience on Febru-
ary 3, 1956.
Jenny Latimer fNancy Mackiej is a shy wren of a girl
who has trouble making friends in a new town until Tess QDeann
Lcbeauj and her brother Eddie QStanlcy Zawackij make her
feel more at home. Pat fW'illiam Breyerj a popular boy at
school, steals Jenny,s heart without her knowing that Barbara
QMargaret Duryecj is Pat's girl. The situation causes Gran
fDorothy Stempell and Mrs. Latimer fjosephinc Slatcrj a
great deal of worry before the plot reaches its satisfactory ending.
Carol Borowski and Leonard LaRock played Tess's sister and
The play was directed by Principal Howell K. Thayer.
Most Popular Girl
Best Looking Girl
Most Musical Girl
Best Athlete - Girl
Best Artist - Girl
Aflost Likely to Succeed-Girl
Most Flirtatious - Girl
Best Example of School Spirit - Girl
Most Popular Boy
Best Looking Boy
Most Musical Boy
Best Athlete - Boy
Best Artist - Boy
Most Likely to Succeed--Boy
M ost Flirtatious - Boy
Best Example of School Spirit --Boy
Reviews of the Posf Four Years
1952 - 1953
Entering the halls of E. H. S. we were ably guided by our class
advisor, Mr. Reed. Amid the confusion of plans for our first big
project, the Freshman- Sophomore Party, we elected as class
officers: president, Alice Gerykg vice-president, john Brothers,
secretary, Corinne St. Martin, treasurer, Nancy Mackie.
Much to our joy, Margaret Duryee won the Urban-Fleming
Memorial Prize for outstanding work in General Science, and
Nancy Mackie was presented the Helena C. Evans Art Award.
1953 - 1954
September found us again in these familiar corridors. Leading
us was Miss Lee, followed by James Stone, president, Richard
Fappiano, vice-president, Theresa Ceberek, secretary, Thomas
LaPlante, treasurer. Being "old hands" at high school life, we
participated actively in social, athletic, and academic iields. The
year passed rapidly, and much to our astonishment it was June
and We were eagerly looking ahead to our Junior year which was
1954 - 1955
There we were, on the third lap of our journey. This year
found as our class officers: president, Thomas LaPlanteg vice-
president, James Stone, secretary, Joanne Gendreaug treasurer,
Patricia Tourville. Our indispensable advisor was Mr. Lewis.
With his help we sponsored the Junior Party. We were proud to
learn that Bruce Craig was awarded the Susan M. Mullaly Prize
in French, and also the History Award offered by the International
Relations Committee of the Woman's Club. Chester Kania re-
ceived a prize for outstanding work in Physics. Representing
E. H. S. at Girls' State was Donna Mitchell, and at Boys' State
were Bruce Craig, Frank Skrzyniarz, and Chester Kania.
1955 - 1956
Full of excitement, we entered E. H. S. in September for the
last lap of our journey. To lead us through the year was Miss
Claudia Fleming, giving us her willing assistance whenever we
needed it. As class officers, we elected:
Thomas LaPlante President
Joanne Gendreau Secretary
Emelie Racicot Vice-President
Patricia Tourville Treasurer
Representing us at Student Council were Bruce Craig, James
Stone, Richard Nadolny, David Jayes, Roberta Laprade, Patricia
Tourville, Donna Mitchell, and Joanne Gendreau.
Our magazine campaign proved to be very profitable. High
seller for the Crowell Company was Lillian Lajoie, and Donna
Mitchell took honors for the Curtis Company.
Pictures, pictures, pictures! Yes, the months of February and
March proved to be quite exciting ones with all of us rushing
about gathering Senior pictures of our classmates.
The Senior play, "Wish On the Moon", was a tremendous
success. The cast, under the direction of Mr. Thayer, gave a
One of the outstanding features of this year was our annual
Senior Class trip to Washington, D. C. This, indeed, was a thrill-
ing experience. As chaperones, Mr. Arnold Cleary and Mrs.
Marjorie Beebe did a line job.
In June, along with the Juniors, we put on the Senior Prom.
This was a gala affair.
To wind up this, our final year in E. H. S., we are all looking
forward to Class Night and finally the big step, graduation. We
will leave behind us many pleasant memories of these past four
years at E. H. S.
The last will and testament of the Class of 1956, of the town of Easthampton,
County of Hampshire, State of Massachusetts, made and published this 15th day
of June in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred Fifty-six.
We, the Class of 1956, being of sound mind and body do hereby make,
publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament in manner following:
First: to the entire school we bequeath the spirit of the Class of "56."
Second: to the Juniors-our exuberant spirits and good sportsmanship.
Third: to the Sophomores-our best wishes for luck and success.
Fourth: io the dFreshmen-our wealth of friendliness and our enthusiasm
or stu ying.
Fifth: our individual bequests: 5
Theresa Baldyga leaves her engaged status to Carol Mimitz.
Donald Bashista leaves his good nature to Red Gwinner.
Mary Bober leaves her seriousness Q???J to Marilyn Green.
Carol Borowski leaves her dignified walk to Carol Cooper.
William Breyer leaves his acting ability to Alan Novak.
Carol Bridges leaves: her sister remains.
John Brothers leaves his quietness to James Coopee.
Theresa Ceberek leaves her majorette uniform and dented baton to Holly Osborn.
Patricia Couchon leaves her letter writing to Arlene Newton.
Bruce Craig leaves his pitching arm to Ralph Benham.
Margaret Duryee leaves her uncovered eye to Carol Kinlock.
Richard Fappiano' leaves his curls to Bob Nace.
Carole Finn leaves her red hair to Joan Barbour.
Elodie Fleury leaves her studying techniques to Peter Wild.
Joanne Gendreau leaves her friendliness to Jackie Girouard.
Alyce Geryk leaves her blue eyes to Larry Truehart.
Beverly Graham leaves her quick temper to Marjorie Morrison.
Donald Hicks leaves his morning parking spot to Judy Fisher and all the others.
David Jayes leaves his spot on the warm up bench to Ronnie Bouchard.
Donald Johnston leaves his parking place to Winkie Krawczyk.
Jean Kaeppel leaves her bouncy pony tail to Betty Schott.
Chester Kania leaves his broken seat in Doc's room to Max.
Ann Kapelewski leaves her helpful waysto' Marie Waltz.
Carol Krawczyk leaves, much to Miss Baranowski's dismay.
James LaCroix leaves with his little brother Tommy.
Thomas LaCroix leaves with the school's supply of pencils hidden only the
Lord knows where.
Lillian Lajoie leaves her king-sized sneezes to any underclassman who wishes
to enliven a dull class.
Gloria Laliberte leaves her weekly place at Mae's to Carol Poudrier.
Walter Lankarge leaves his height to Richard Bernier.
Lucille LaPlante leaves her winning ways to Christine Golas.
Tommy LaPlante leaves his leadership ability to Bob Graham.
Roberta Laprade leaves still arguing with Tommy LaCroix.
Leonard LaRock leaves his dry humor to Donald Amlaw.
Deanne LeBeau leaves her trumpet to Joanne Schmidt.
Nan Lowe leaves her smile to Beverly Carter.
Pauline Lukaszkiewicz leaves her talkativeness to Anthony Nadroski.
Nancy Mackie leaves her acting ability to Mary Pat Daley.
Christine Marcisz leaves her moods to Eddy Fondakowski.
Joyce McCarthy leaves her quiet reserve to Irene Soja.
Joyce McNamara leaves her accent to Christine Jankowski.
Donna Mitchell leaves her wardrobe to Dot Lagowski.
William Mullen leaves his Tootsie's hand-holding corner to Richard Hatch
illichard Nadolny leaves his good intentions to Richard LaPlante.
Rosalie Parsons leaves her industrious ways to Eileen Hefferon.
Stanley Parzych leaves his warm personality to Joe Watson.
Emelie Racicot leaves her sports ability to Pauline LaFlamme.
Edward Routhier leaves his girl - but not to anyone.
Mary Sanders leaves walking her dog Noodles.
Carol Schmidt leaves her natural blonde hair to those who have to use peroxide.
William Schumann leaves his wireless to all who are interested in listening to
people talk on the telephone.
Robert Skrocki leaves his sly remarks in English to David Mitchell.
Frank Skrzyniarz leaves his studious ways to any under-classman who feels
Josephine Slater leaves her speed in shorthand to any junior who can do
half as well.
Dorothy Stempel leaves her extensive vocabulary to Charles Patterson.
Jimmy Stone leaves his admirers to Bernie Kober.
Cecile St. Martin leaves her weird laugh to haunt the halls of E. H. S.
Corinne St. Martin leaves her cheering uniform to Carole Kinlock.
Pat Tourville leaves her chemistry ability to Barbara Klekotka.
Tommy Walsh leaves his "snap courses" to any freshman who may need
Gail Wolfram leaves her mischievous ideas to Maryann Parrow.
Stanley Zawacki leaves his love for the outdoors to Carol Landry.
The foregoing instrument was on the date above given and in our presence,
signed, sealed, published, and declared by us, the Class of 1956, the testator,
named therein, and as for our last will and testament, hereupon we, the under-
signed, at our request, and in our presence, and in the presence of, each other,
have hereunto signed our names as witnesses thereto:
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Vice-President .......... .....,.........,., R obert Craig
Secretary ..,........... ........ A llen Howland
Treasurer .. ............... Marie Waltz
Advisor ..,..... ......... M iss Lou Lyman
Junior Class History
We had an exciting and successful year with our advisor, Miss Lou Lyman,
who helped us with the problems and pleasures of our Junior party and other
social events in which we were partners. With our able and helpful class officers,
Charles Patterson, president 5 Bob Craig, vice-president, Allen Howland, secretary 3
and Marie Waltz, treasurer, we all took part in many school activities - the Student
Council, Dramatic Club, Glee Club, and ever-winning school teams. We were
pleased to join in and help the seniors in their graduation exercises and to take
part in Boys' State at Amherst. We are pleased with our new vocational advisor
and other teachers for whom we labor long and hard. We shall live to see new
changes in administration and students come about with each new year, but the
heart and spirit of the school are changeless.
Joanne Baceski Ralph Benham Sally Breyer
Olga Dailyde Richard Erush
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Jacqueline Girouard A Marilyn Green Richard Hatch
Eileen Hefferon Allan Howland
Carol Kinlock Florence Kmwczyk
Richard Krzanowski Eileen Labrie Dorothy Lagowski Barbara LaMere
Beverly Mercer Carol Mimitz
Linda Mitchell Marjorie Morrison
Anthony Nadroski Arline Newton Howard Newton Walter Niemiec
Charles Patterson Arline Peabody Carol Poudrier
Irene Soja Richard Suleski Marion Szumowski Marie Waltz
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Prcsidcnt ...,.......................,,..,........,,.,.,........ Virginia Riel
Vice-President ..........,. .......... B arbara Klckotkzm
Secretary ...,..........,. ...,...... C hristinc Skrzyniarz
Treasurer ..,...... ..........,,,,.,....,........,. j oycc Parsons
Advisor .......... .......... M iss Cecilia Baranowski
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Sophomore Closs History
Time certainly flies, for here we are at the end of our second year at East-
hampton High. Memories of our past two years will always be near to our hearts.
Last year our class officers were Robert Nace, president, Richard LaPlante,
vice-president, Marie Pratt, treasurer, Christine Skrzyniarz, secretary, and Irene
Marcisz and Robert Graham as our Student Council representatives. Miss Goodwin
was our Freshman Class advisor. Barbara Klekotka won the General Science Award
for the Class of 1958.
In the spring we helped sponsor the Freshman-Sophomore Dance which proved
to be a great success.,
At the close of our Freshman year we were looking forward to our Sophomore
Miss Cecilia Baranowski was appointed as our Sophomore advisor. We elected
Virginia Riel as our president, Barbara Klekotka as vice-president, Christine
Skrzyniarz as our secretary, and Joyce Parsons as our treasurer. J. Dempsey,
I. Marcisz, R. Laplante, and G. Dion represented us in the Student Council.
Virginia Riel and Barbara Longto did a great job as second team cheerleaders.
Bernhard Kober played a good game of basketball this year. We are very proud
of his playing in the basketball tournament.
We are looking forward to our remaining years at E. H. S.
Karl Adamski judith Beebe . David Bergeron Richard Bernier
Barbara Besko Jean Bouchard Ronnie Bouchard
Gloria Boyle William Brooks Joyce Campbell Beverly Carter
Beth Cooper Patricia Cybulski jeanne Czamecki
Janet Dempsey George Dion Robert Faivre Wayne Fowles
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Jacqueline Geoffrey John Glowacki Florence Goral Robert Graham
David Huntley Janice Jackson Christine Jankowski
Daniel King Barbara Klekotka Bernhard Kober Judith Kober
Joanne Kulikowski Pauline LaFlamme Sidney Lancto
Richard Laplante Carole Lawnicki Barbara Longto Linda Lyman
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President ,..... .....,...... ,.,,,... ..... ,,..,...................... G i I b crt Sena
Vicc-Prcsidcnt .......,... ,,...,...... H cnry McDermott
SCC.-Trcas. ...,, 4........,.....,,....... J oan Barbour
Advisor .. ......,,. Miss Edna Graham
Freshman Closs History
The Freshman Reception was the first exciting event for the Freshman Class.
We enjoyed our initiation in which we all tried to be good sports, afterward, we
were treated to a dance and refreshments.
We elected Gilbert Sena as our class president, Henry McDermott, vice-
president, Joan Barbour, secretary-treasurer, and Chester Malinowski and Joan
Rozycki as Student Council Representatives. Miss Graham was assigned to us
as our advisor.
Several of our boys were on the soccer, baseball and junior varsity basketball
teams, and we were very proud to be represented by Edward Gwinner and Adam
Worpek on the Varsity Basketball team.
Many of us took part in extra curricular activities, such as tumbling, Glee Club,
and -Band. Charles Emerson took part in the State Good Government Day contest.
A good percentage of our Freshman Class made the honor roll. Changing
our representatives for the second semester, we elected James Coopee and Carol
O'Kulsky to represent us in Student council.
In the spring, we sponsored a F reshman-Sophomore Dance which was enjoyed
by the many students who attended. .
We have enjoyed our freshman year at E. H. S. and are all looking forward
to many more delightful experiences in our future years here.
Freshman Home Rooms
First Row, left to right-T. Adamski, Adams, R. Briere, M. Chase, P. Rorowski, Bishop,
P. CCSHBT, Bednarz. Second Row-D. Bielanski, D. Bernier, A. Cormier, L. liootli, M. Bassett,
J. Carenzo. Third Row-M. Baca, P. Bergeron, Coopee, D. Cernak, llator, Barlmour, A. Berry,
First Row, left to right? Gingras, A. Dion, BI. Fortier, M. Kania, Coyle, C. Golas, M. Daly,
V. Czelusniak, A. Crepeau, E. Frennier, C. Kosier, G. Frazier, E, ClXVlIlI'1L'f. Second Row' YC, Ernerson,
E. Kapinos, E. Kagan, Kowalezyk, F. Kingsley, M. Ethier, James, O. Fislix C1 'l' I ' -'
J. lxleliszek. 'I lurd Row g C. Helllwell, E. Kelly, C. DeDeuwarder, li. Dewey, R. Kowalski, Doyle,
P. Ilnieky, H. Kulon, K. Davies.
Freshman Home Rooms
First Row, lviit to right-WS. IJZIIJZIII, V. LCschcw'c'r, Lumontzignc, KI. LziR0c'k. E. Nfoynihgm,
G. Mc'rt'vr, CI. Limdry. Smworid Row--C. L2iF0llIlt2liIl, C. hlzxlinowski. A. Nowak, I,. I,zilN1vr0,
R. Laxvigiu-. G. I,:1Roc'k. R. Novak, Third ROW4 Ii. Nforin, C. LnPrz1d0, H. lN1CUOrmott, T. Nizircil,
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First Row, lvft to right-S. Pctccn, B. Timm-tt. M. Scott, NI. Pctccn, Southnrd, D. Sullivan,
G. Sona, S. Rockcy, Rozycki. Second Rowfj. Schmidt, S. Oalmixry, A. Tcwicr, P. lilldiL'iOI1L',
U. Russvll, F. Stzlsz, A, Prvss, Sclfzm, C. Sulzywki. Third Row-f1XI. Rogowwki, li. Pcgihocly,
Pcltivr, C. Okulsky, A. Schwartz, R. Struthvrs, R. Pzlwlikoski, G. Stgiplcs.
Freshman Home Rooms
First row, left to right-K. Skrzyniarz, A. Vcillcux, N. Tourvillc, H. Wing, A. Worpck, R. Von
Huscn, D. York. Sccond row+P. Wfing, Turgcon, C. Yamilkowski, P. Ziclvnski, E. Young
F. Thouin, R. Thibcault, Tcssicr. Third row S A. Turcottc, A. Zawacki, A. Wroblcski, U. Vinum
J. Tcssicr, R. Tcssicr, R. Wrislcy, R. Trudeau.
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JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM 1955
"Mardi Gras," the theme of the Junior-Senior Prom, provided the decoration committee with an abundance
of inspiration. The E. H. S. gymnasium seemed transported to New Orleans with its gay balloons, streamers, and
original mask decorations. Lovely girls in lovely gowns, and boys handsome in tuxedos, swirled around the floor.
The most thrilling event of the evening was the choosing of the queen and her court. The queen, Luanne
Bergmann, was crowned by her escort, Walter Root, in the presence of her court: Mary Weidhaas, Carol
Godaire, Cynthia Thouin, Marlene LeBeau, Kay Breyer, and Marilyn Graham. Everyone agreed June 3 was one
of the most delightful evenings of the year.
The Student Council is composed of representatives from each of the four
classes-four girls and four boys from the Senior class, three girls and three boys
from the junior class, two each from the Sophomore class, and one each from the
Freshman class. The homeroom presidents, who are invited members of the
Council, have no vote on issues, and report to their homerooms the happenings
and activities of the Student Council.
The purpose of the Student Council is to bring forth the problems, projects,
and to promote activities for the good of the school.
This year the Student Council sponsored the annual Freshman Reception to
welcome the new members of the student body. Some of the projects and activities
undertaken during the year were: the selling of banners and bookcovers by the
homeroom presidents to raise money for the treasury, the attendance at the Western
National Student Council Associations, meeting in Greenfield by a group of dele-
gates froln the Junior class, the cleaning and rearranging o'f the trophy case, and
the working of a committee with Mr. Thayer on a food project. The Student
Council had a successful year under the capable supervision of their advisor, Miss Lee.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT ACTIVITIES
After a great deal of preparation on the part of the Student Government Day
Committee, a rally and election of our representative to Boston for the State
Good Government Day took place on December 2. The speeches, given by Robert
Craig, Charles Emerson, Robert Graham, Eileen Hefleron, and Emily Roscoe were
all interesting and informative. They indicated a tremendous amount of work and
the speakers did an excellent job on their delivery. The student body then selected
Robert Graham to represent us on March 9.
On March 23 we held our mock town meeting with Robert Graham presiding
as moderator. The meeting was carried off very smoothly with several bills passed
and some defeated. Much credit is due to Miss Lou Lyman, the committee, the
precinct members, and the moderator for the splendid job they did.
In April the Town Good Government Day was held. The students took over
town management and school administration for the day and gained a better idea
of how our town is run.
FUTURE NURSES' CLUB
After speaking to several girls who are interested in nursing, Mr. Kissell, the
guidance director, thought it would be a great help to the girls if they organized
a Future Nurses' Club. Although the attendance was very low at the first meeting, it
was almost doubled at the second, so that now there are approximately 20 members.
The club is open not only to those who are definitely sure of their future
profession, but also to all students who would like to do anything connected with
the medical field. There are some members representing every class, and both
college and commercial courses.
The aims of the club are to prepare high school students interested in the
medical profession for their careers, to help them find out if they are qualified
for that career and to give them a general picture of nursing.
Some projects of the club were: sponsoring a public food sale, writing to the
different hospitals to inquire about speakers, seeing movies on nursing. For the
'following year, the club will be sponsored by the Easthampton Women's Club which
will also give a scholarship to a senior girl entering the nursing profession.
At one of the first meetings of the year the following ofiicers were elected:
President Lillian Lajoie
Vice President Judith Watson
Secretary-Treasurer Marion Szumowski
Next year's program has already been started, so that the club will be ready
at the first weeks of school. Speakers have been asked to give their services, and
most are very co-operative. Movies are being scheduled, and the rules and regu-
lations of the club will be enforced. Because some members have written to other
Nurses, Clubs in the country, ideas have been obtained as to the procedure of their
meetings. The E. H. S. Nurses' Club has the distinction of being the first Future
Nurses' Club in Massachusetts.
Drama Uf 1880s Ably Done
By High School Thespian
as dranratized by Marjorie Carle-
ton from Charlotte Bronte'::
novel is not the usual fare -pro-
vided by a high school dramatic
club and the Easthampton High
School Dramatic Club under Miss
Edna Graham's direction is to be
complimented for its courage in
attempting this and to be con-
gratulated on- the manner in
which it was presented, with the
participants entering into the
manners and the thinking of the
era of the 1880s, with the cast
costumed appropriately and with
the setting in keeping with tha
Nancy Mackie and Robert Gra-
ham- drew the leading roles oi
Jane Eyre and Rochester, master
of Thorndike, respectively, and
did an outstanding job with their
parts. Graham had a strenuous
role as :tar as his lines went, in-
cluding some long discourses
which he got through without
Mary Pat Daley was convincing
as Mrs. Fairfax, the housekeeper,
another important character in
the play. Another ot, the high-
li hts was the portrayal cf
Blanche Ingram by Margaret
Duryee, who entered into the sev-
eral moods of her part with un-
Leonard Larock was capable as
Mason, the friend and brother-in-
law of Rochester, and Judy Koe-
ber immediately gave an impres-
sion of her character even though
her lines were limited.
Linda. Mitchell was well cast
as Lady Ingram and Charles
Emerson played the role of the
The play was longfr than the
customary high sc ool vehicle
but the cast ended with as much
vigor and sincerity as it started
and carried the lighthearted
moods at the opening through
the tragic end with the necessary
approach. Miss Graham did a fine
'ob of directing.
The E. H. S. Dramatic Club under the direction of Miss Edna
Graham had a busy year. The members elected the following oihcersz
Nancy Mackie, president 5 Deann Lebeau, vice-president, Dorothy
Stempel, secretary-treasurer. On November 18, 1955 the Club presented
its annual One-Act Play Competition. The Seniors captured first place
with "Just a Little Mistake" with Deann Lebeau winning additional
glory for the Seniors by being chosen Best Actress. The Freshman plays,
"Aunt March Settles the Question" and "Tom Sawyer Whitewashes the
F encef' won the second prize jointly and Allan Novak, a Freshman, was
chosen as Best Actor. The Juniors presented "Moron's Delight" and
the Sophomores, "By the Beautiful Sea." The Seniors gave a repeat
performance of their prize-winning play for the Golden-Agers Club.
On April 13, 1956, the Club presented "Jane Eyre," a three-act
drama. The cast, stage crew and director worked very hard on it and
did an excellent job with a truly difficult play.
The members of the Charm Club can look back at a very memorable and
Like last year, some of the girls were chosen to represent us at the local DAR
meeting. We are grateful to Mrs. Johnson for letting us use her old-fashioned dresses.
The middle of March was the date for our annual trip to Hartford to see a
fashion show at G. Fox 8: Company. Many of the girls made purchases after the
show and, when we had our fashion show, they were modeled.
One of the most vivid memories was that of a spring-summer fashion show
which was given in the latter part of May. The clothes were modeled by the girls
of the Charm Club and our audience was an all-girl assembly. It was enjoyed
by all who attended.
Most of the other meetings were spent teaching the girls the proper way to
walk, talk, stand, and sit. Also they learned proper hair styles and the proper
make-up that should be used.
Each girl has a vote of thanks for our instructor and supervisor, Mrs. Beebe.
This year the Glee Club, under the direction of
Mr. Kenneth Dolloff, presented two musical
The Club has been divided into two groups this
year so that Mr. Dolloff may give each more
At the school's Christmas assembly in December,
the choral group sang "Shepherds Rejoice" by
Mansfield, "Gesu Bambino" by Pietro A. Yon,
and 'AO Holy Night" by Adoph Adam.
At the school concert in May, the group per-
formed "One VVorld" by O'Hara-Bratton, "On-
ward Ye People" by Jean Sibelius, and "Hello,
Young Lovers" by Rogers and Hammerstein.
This group also assisted with the graduation
Members of the Glee Club
Mary Ann Parrow
Eosfhompfon High School Bond
The brass choir, a special treat for
all listeners, was kept quite busy
during the holidays. It played for all
the public schools in Easthampton
and for the Easthampton Congrega-
tional Church broadcast. Also, the
choir entertained at the Rotary Club
Dinner. The combined band and
choir played for the Christmas special
In February, four representatives
were sent to Springfield to audition
for the All State Band held in Pitts-
field. They were Thomas LaPlante,
Deann LeBeau, Peter Wilde, and
Gail Wolfram. Because of Tom's
fine musical ability on the saxophone,
he was chosen to represent the band.
To excite enthusiasm and school
spirit the band performed at all three
games of the Small School Tourna-
ment. During the month also, the
band played for the scho0l's annual
May was an exceptionally busy
month with the Spring Concert and
the enjoyable YVestern Massachusetts
Music Festival, held this year in
WVestf'ield. Also on May 30, the loyal
members were found marching for
the Memorial Day Parade.
With the hnc co-operation of the
members of the band and the ex-
cellent supervision of Mr. Dolloff,
the band had a very successful year.
The band made its first appearance this year under
the direction of Mr. Kenneth Dolloff on Armistice Day,
November ll. It also performed splendidly for the
Senior play and thc Dramatic Club plays.
Stage Manager ........,....
Assistant Stage Manager
BARITON E HORN
Mary Pat Daley
Mary Petccn Qbassj
JUNIOR BAND MEMBERS
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Each Tuesday and Thursday afternoon the art class meets under the supervision
of Mrs. Marjorie Beebe. The students in this class learn the various techniques of
painting and some handicrafts. The activities this year included making papier
mache dolls, copper jewelry, decorating gifts with Amazart and silk screening. As
usual, the girls provided the other organizations with many, many posters for their
Again the class took part in the Western Massachusetts Small High Schools
Basketball Tournament poster contest. Carol Borowski's poster was chosen to repre-
sent us in the contest at the Cage. The class provided the makeup crews for the
Dramatic Club and Senior plays and did a splendid job.
The members were delighted spectators at a Spring Fashion Show at G. Fox
and Company in Hartford as guests of the Charm Club. As their last project of the
year Mrs. Beebe and her group painted the backdrop for the Senior Class Night
The Driver Education Course, supervised by its able instructor, Miss Edna
Graham, has had over 200 students since it started, with a very large enrollment
each year. This course has proved to be very successful in Easthampton High and
has produced some very capable drivers.
Many exciting and humorous incidents occur while driving. Miss Graham, with
splendid nerves and control, is able to produce drivers from every one of her students.
This year, for the hrst time, the town and school worked together on the
Driving Roadeo. Miss Graham was an active organizer and advisor for this.
This course, taught by Miss Hazel Eames, is indeed an essential part of our
curriculum. Much favorable comment is heard today from educational authorities
regarding subjects such as household arts, which actively aid the student of today
in becoming the capable homemaker of tomorrow. Here the girls may ready them-
selves for duties they are sure to be called upon to perform in future years.
During one term the fundamental techniques of cooking and meal preparation
are taught, as well as special diet planning and table setting. In additon, the pupils
are familiarized with the proper procedures in using and caring for modern kitchen
As a new term begins, the girls are instructed in the basic principals of sewing.
Here again, modern machines are available for their use. They learn the essential
facts about many kinds of materials, and their suitability for various types. of
clothing. Very proud, rewarding moments are theirs upon completion of clothing,
they have chosen as their projects. I
Also included in this course is interior decorating, which provides helpful
hints and creative situations, which the girls may use in making plans for charming
future homes of their own.
For those boys who wish to engage
in the art of woodworking, the Manual
Training course, under the guidance of
Mr. joseph Manning, offers an excellent
opportunity. The first few weeks are
devoted to the instruction of the various
hand and power tools, and after sufii-
cient training, the student selects his
first project. These projects range from
lamps to modem desks. Another inter-
esting aspect in this course is that the
furniture made costs a great deal less
than it would if purchased in a store.
For future engineers, a course in
mechanical drawing is also included in
the Industrial Arts curriculum. This
course offers the basic fundamentals of
engineering and is considered to be the
most important subject in the engi-
These two courses are perhaps the
most interesting in a young man's
schooling, because they show him the
importance that is laid upon the use
of manual dexterity.
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Over 21 Low lflaune.
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The l,Cl'PCIllZll CllSIlIl0Vll
Our Heroes Sink It. Sister
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P. T. A.
This year the Easthampton High School P.T.A. continued in its accustomed
pattern of service to the school. During Education week in November, a food sale
was arranged in the study hall for our traditional Parents' Night. In December the
association once again sponsored a gay and festive Yuletide dance for the com-
When Dr. Paul Mather, President of the University of Massachusetts, ac-
cepted the invitation of the group to speak on March 20, an outstandingly interesting
and informative evening was provided for all who attended. All of the grammar
school P.T.A.'s were invited, forming a large and appreciative audience. Dr. Mather
stressed, in his speech, the importance of all phases of education from grade school
through college. In our competitive modern world, he stated, a college diploma
is as essential to the economic and personal welfare of an individual, as was a
high school diploma, just a single generation ago.
Following this event, two enjoyable public card parties were given. As has
been its custom in past years, the organization purchased tapes for the school
recorder. It also awarded the two science prizes, for outstanding achievement in
physics and chemistry respectively. Also given at graduation was the P.T.A.
Group Council Scholarship to which each of the individual local P.T.A. contributes,
in order that a senior entering the teaching profession may be aided and encouraged
in career preparation.
The officers for 1955 and 1956 were:
President ..................... ............. M rs. Thomas J. Hefferon
Vice-President ............ ................... M rs. Ellwin Fowles
Secretary ............... ........ M iss Lou Lyman
Treasurer .......................................................................................... Mrs. Arnold Wilde
freplacing Mr. Emerson Bridges who submitted
his resignation because of ill health.j
Ways and Means ......... .......... M rs. Peter Mularski
Refreshments ......... .......... M rs. Wilfred St. Martin
Publicity ........... ............ M rs. Margaret G. Lyman
Legislative ............ .......... P rincipal, Howell K. Thayer
The boys all played well last year. Many of the games that they lost were
close ones and could have been anybody's ball game.
Players returning this season are james Stone, Bruce Craig, Thomas Walsh,
Richard Nadolny, and Donald Bashista.
6 winsg 9 losses
West Side 2
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Seniors: Bruce Craig, Richard Nadolny, James Stone,
Thomas Walsh, Stanley Zawaekig juniors: Ralph
Benham, Allan Howland, Sophomores: Karl Adamski
Bernhard Kobcrg Freshmen: Edward Cwinner, Adani
Easthampton 4 Hopkins 1
Easthampton 1 Smith Academy 0
Easthampton 3 Holyoke 1
Easthampton O Smith School 3
Easthampton 0 Hopkins 5
Easthampton 4 Smith Academy 3
Easthampton l Holyoke O
Easthampton 0 Smith School 1
Easthampton 0 Technical 6
The Easthampton High School soccer team, under
the leadership of Coach Graham, finished the season
with a record of Eve wins out of nine.
Eastham ton will be losin fivt of our
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James Stone, Bruce Craig, Richard Nadolny, Thomas
Wlalsh, Stanley Zawacki. Those remaining,
look promising so Easthampton may have
team again next year.
Richard Nadolny looked good this year,
the scorers with six goals. James Stone was
for the Eagles with three goals. Stanley Zawaeki,
another senior, helped the Web-towners with two nets.
Bruce Craig and Thomas Wlalsh, not found in the
scoring column, displayed brilliant defensive team-
work. Bernie Koher, who is only a sophomore added
another two points to bring the total goals for the
season to thirteen.
Basketball 7955 -56
We are all proud of our boys this year for winning the Western Iwiass. Small
High School Invitation Tournament.
In the regular season, they ended third in the Valley Wheel. To Coach Reed,
we would like to express our sincere appreciation for the wonderful work he has
done with the boys here in the past, as well as this year. We're sorry to see him
resign, but we wish him happiness.
Games Baskets Fouls
17 113 47
17 72 50
17 78 33
17 63 37
17 44 32
10 5 9
8 8 2
8 3 7
11 3 4
7 0 3
1 1 0
17 390 224
17 328 263
.lumor Vorslfy Team
Games Baskets Fouls
17 70 37
17 62 50
17 31 25
17 19 22
8 22 14
5 9 6
10 5 1
11 4 1
8 3 2
8 1 2
6 1 0
2 0 0
17 227 160
17 206 133
On Wednesday, March 7th, Easthampton entered the Western Massachusetts
Small High School Basketball Tournament, held at the Curry Hicks building,
University of Massachusetts, in Amherst. The first game was against Searles High,
an early tourney favorite. Easthampton entered as the underdog and was at the
tail-end of a 16-10 score at the end of the first period, and left the floor at the
half still trailing with a score of 39-33. After the rest period, Easthampton caught
fire and out-scored Searles 17-7 by the combined precision shooting of the whole
team. In the final period, Searles made a gallant bid, but this was more than
offset by the scoring punch Easthampton possessed in Bruce Craig, Jim Stone, and
Richard Nadolny. The final score was 66-65, and the team left the floor while the
fans attempted to recover from the shock of this upset. With this first victory
under their belts, the team went home to rest up for the game against Williamstown.
On Friday night, Easthampton was leading by a score of 31-30 at half-time.
Again every member of the team contributed to the scoring. In the third quarter,
Easthampton out-scored Williamstown 22-13 to build up a 10-point lead of 53-43.
In the last quarter, Bill Paradise of Williamstown caught fire for 10 points, but the
scrappy Easthampton five made their lead stick and went on to win. Easthampton,
who had entered the game a slight favorite if they could repeat the performance
against Searles, won by a score of 64-60.
In the finals on Saturday night against St. Mary's High School of Westfield,
Easthampton, playing increasingly bigger clubs, played without the services of Bernie
Kober. He had suffered a bone injury to his ankle in the game against Williams-
town, but had 7 points to show for scarcely more than a half of playing time.
Easthampton trailed by 1 basket at the end of their first and second periods with
the score-board reading 11-9 and 22-20 respectively. Easthampton slipped to 7
points behind at the end of the third quarter with only Stone and Gwinner hitting.
As the game went into the 4th and final period, things looked pretty bad for the
Easthampton quintet. Easthampton, refusing to accept defeat, fought back with
an attack spearheaded by Nadolny and Craig who hooped 8 points each and Jim
Stone hitting for 4, with Easthampton outscoring St. Ma1y's 21-6. This was made
possible, largely by the fine re-bounding of Ed Gwinner.
With the final score reading 52-44, Easthampton had done it again. Stone
and Craig were tied for scoring honors with 13 points each with Rich Nadolny
close behind with 12, and Ed Gwinner and Dave jayes with 7 each.
A vote of thanks goes to the cheerleaders, tumblers, majorettes, Mr. Dolloff
and the band, and the fans for their loyal support and outstanding sportsmanship.
Corinne St. Martin,
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First Team Cheerleaders
Roh! Roh! Team
These vivacious girls, with their lusty cheers and exuberant songs and dances,
furnish the spectators at our basketball games with many enjoyable moments 'md
the players with plenty of inspiration and encouragement. They have eapahlycled
the students with good spirits and good sportsmanship, whether our teams were
winning or losing, and did a splendid job cheering our team on to victory at the
Cage. In assembly they were presented with certificates in recognition of their
participation in the 29th Annual Small High Schools Basketball Tournament at
the L'niversity of Massachusetts. Our cheerleaders, along with the team, were the
guests of lN'Ir. Anthony Baldga at a spaghetti dinner at hlels' in Holyoke and hir.
Ed LeBeau at a steak supper at Orchard Grove as a reward for tl1e team's hard won
victory. We all owe a vote of thanks to Mr. Arnold V. Cleary whose line leadership
and supervision helped make this group such a sparkling incentive to our champion-
Second Team Cheerleaders
Irene Soja Virginia Riel
Barbara Longto Hollaee Oshorn
Arlene Newton Florence Krawczyk
The girls had a good season
playing ten games and winning
The team was almost com-
pletely made up of veterans.
They were Deann LeBeau and
Cecile St. Martin in the for-
ward position, and Beverly
Graham and Elodie Fleury as
returned guards. Ably filling
in as subs were Joyce Parsons
as forward and Barbara Klet-
kotka as guard. The team
elected as its co-captains, Elo-
die Fleury and Deann LeBeau.
Individual Scoring Record
Player Baskets Fouls Points
Deann LeBeau 53 l2 ll8
Cecile St. Martin 28 4 60
Joyce Parsons fll 2 64
Pauline Lalflamme 7 'l 15
Ardith Berry 3 l 7
Virginia Riel f l l
Thelma Roukey 6 2 14
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N fri. N. is A X
5 Greenfield 1
5 Greenfield 0
Carolyn Godaire, Deann LeBeau, Pauline
Lafiamme, Virginia Riel, Joyce Parsons.
The girls had a perfect record this year
with a two and O record. This year they
hope to have more matches scheduled.
There was only one senior on the squad, so
the outlook for this year is a favorable one.
1 Turners Falls 5
4 Tech 3
3 Greenfield 3
1 Tech 6
1 Greenfield 3
4 Turners Falls 3
Thomas LaPlante, Robert Skrocki, Bcrni Kobcr,
Robert Craig, Chester Kania.
The boys were in there fighting all the way and the
scores were close. This year Coach Recd will have the
entire squad back. We are looking forward to a good
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Washington Trip Itinerary 1956
Monday, April 30
6:45 A. M. Leave Northampton, Mass. on the B8zM RR.
Carry a box lunch and enjoy a "picnic on wheels."
11:45 A. M. Arrive New York - Grand Central Station.
12:00 Noon Transfer through Lower New York City by motor coach.
Ferry ride across the Hudson River, seeing Statue of Liberty, Ellis
Island, and New York's famous skyline.
12:45 P. M. Leave New York fjersey Cityj on BSLO RR.
4: 15 P. M. Arrive Baltimore, Maryland.
Board buses for sightseeing of city of Baltimore on way to
6:00 P. M. Arrive Washington, D.C.
6:30 P. M. Hotel Hamilton Qlflth and K Streetsj. Assignment of rooms.
Dinner at hotel.
Tuesday, May I
7:30 A. M. Breakfast
8: 15 A. M. Buses leave for guided tour of Bureau of Engraving and Printing,
seeing processing of paper currency, the Washington Monument,
White House, and Pan American Union.
12:00 Noon Lunch at the hotel.
1:30 P. M. Motor Tour to Annapolis, Md. for a guided tour of the grounds
and buildings of the United States Naval Academy. "
6:00 P. M. Dinner at hotel.
7 :30 P. M. Night tour with stops at Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials, Archives
Building, and Congressional Library.
Wednesday, May 2
7:30 A. M. Breakfast
8:30 A. M. Visit Franciscan Monastery, the Smithsonian Institute, the Mellon
Art Gallery, and Museum of Natural History.
12:00 Noon Lunch at hotel.
1:30 P. M. Guided tour of the United States Capitol Qgroup picture takenl,
The Supreme Court Building, and Folgar Shakespearean Library.
6:00 P. M. Dinner at hotel.
Thursday, May 3
7:30 A. M. Breakfast
8:30 A. M. Guided tour of F. B. I. Building. Proceed to Arlington National
1:30 P. M.
9:00 P. M.
Friday, May 4
10:00 A. M.
2:15 P. M.
3:00 P. M.
5:05 P. M.
8:56 P. M.
Cemetery, Marine Iwo Jima Memorial, changing of the guard
at Tomb of Unknown Soldier.
Lunch at the Penn Daw in Alexandria.
Visit to Mount Vernon. On return trip stops will be made at
Washington National Cathedral and the Zoo.
Dinner at Casino Royal and see floor show.
Leave Washington, D. C. on the B810 RR.
Arrive New York Qjersey Cityj
Arrive Grand Central Station
Leave New York
Arrive Northampton, Mass.
Richard Beebe ................
Graduates of 1955
Becker Junior College
University of Massachusetts
Luanne Bergmann ............ ............. W estfield State Teacher's College
Claire Bessette .................................................................................
Lois Bovat .........,....................
American Maidg Nort
House of Providence Nursing Course
Northampton Commercial College
hampton Commercial College Qnightsj
University of Massachusetts
Kay Breyer ...............................................................................................................
Elizabeth Cernak .....................,..............,...........................
Frances Chmura ......,....
Sandra Damon .........................
Joyce Dennis ..................................... .......... N orthampton Commercial College
Maryann Dombkowski ............ ............................. S pringfield City Hospital
William Duryee ........................ ...................................... H olyoke Junior College
Carol Godaire ...............
Carolyn Godaire ...........
Marilyn Graham ..........
Joan Granger ............
Gayle Green ...................
Patricia Hayes ..............
Nancy Howland .........
Rachel Joly ............
Dale Kaeppel .............
Janice Kaeppel ........
Alma Kieszek ....................
Stanley Home Products Company
House of Providence Nursing Course
University of Rochester
Westfield State Teacher's College
Matthew Kinlock ...............
Thomas Krawczyk ...........
Constance Kulon .......
Robert Lash ......................
Marlene LeBeau ..........
Samuel Lilley .....,........
Earl Lizotte .............
June Martin ...........
Ruth Mesh ..................
Donald Molloy ............
Albert Morrison ...,........
George Naylor 1 .....,..........
University of Massachusetts
Kane's Furniture Company
Working in Connecticut
Springfield City Hospital
Carpenter, A. W. Weidhaas
Stanley Home Products Company
Westover Air Base fsecretaryj
Northampton Commercial College
Training at Weather Station QIILJ
Holyoke Junior College
Smith College foliicej
University of Massachusetts
Holyoke Junior College
Holyoke Junior College
Westfield State Teacher's College
Maryann Niemiec ............. ...........
Thelma Pendergast ...........
Edward Popielarczyk ..........,,
Gloria Poudrier ....,......
Elizabeth Ramsey .........
Shirley Raymond .........
Rene Routhier ..........
United States Army
Married to Alphonse Dupre
Westfield State Teacher's College
United States Navy
Northampton Commercial College
Christine Scribner ......... ...,......
Nancy Sena ....................
Ruth Sheldon .............
Myrna Sheldon ..........
Kenneth Smith ................
Dolores Staszczyk ..........
Cynthia Thouin .........
Ronald Tolson .......,........
Northampton Commercial College
Colby Junior College
Northampton Commercial College
Mechanic, Tolson's Garage
Northampton Commercial College
Frank Tomaszewski ......... .........
James Trudeau ..............
Alan Truehart ................
Mary Weidhaas .....,.......
Judith White ...............
Arnold Wild ...........
Helen Zielenski ..........
United States Navy
University of Massachusetts
Old Colony Envelope Company
Holyoke Junior College
Clark Motor Company
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The Morning After
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Slrzlight and Narrow
And Away We Go Comfy, Kids? Huh?
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215 Main Street
make fine gifts
Flash: ARLENE STUDIO sends Si'
Best wishes to Class of 1956
Scoop: PORTRAITS at our studio
Please patronize our advertisers
and support the organizations
whose financial help has made
possible this record of our years
at E. H. S.
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THE AMERICAN LEGION
John Moriarty Furniture
American Maid Footwear, Inc. 55 Union Street Tel 215
Union Service Station
Tel. 300 107 Union Street
JOHN T. LAGOWSKI, Reg. Ph.
108 Cottage Street
The Best In Service
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BEST WISHES FROM
STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS, Inc.
Factories in Easthampton, Mass., and London, Ontario
STANLEY LEADS with more than 150 Quality
Plus Products to save women time, work, money:
C15 Polishes and household cleaning preparations
C21 Dusters, mops, brushes, etc. CSD Products to
improve personal grooming.
ORIGINATORS OF THE FAMOUS STANLEY HOSTESS PARTY PLAN
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51 Holyoke Street
Ford Sales and Service
MOTOR SALES, INC
CHE VR OLE T
SALES AND SERVICE
Home of Flawless Reputation
Courteous Sales and Service Personnel
For Exacting Automotive Service
TRY US ONCE
YOU WILL ALWAYS COME BACK
Compliments of the
28 Pleasant Street
DANIEL BoLDUc, B.S., Reg. Ph.
New City Pharmacy
80 Parsons Street
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Midtown Service Centre
Specialized Automotive Service
97 Union Street - Tel. 423
"Bus'rER" Rov J. Mvmcx, Prop.
We Give S8sH Green Trading Stamps
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THE CAMERA SHOP
A Complete Photo Service
A. Sr M Sena Bros.
Park H111 Orchards
Rust Craft Greetmg Cards
83 Union Street Tel. 1180
H. B. LYMAN CO.
Sheet Metal Work
PLEASANT SERVICE OIL CO.
LAMONTAGNE BROS Props
GEORGE E RUSSELL PHARMACY
LEO Scl-u.xNsxY Reg Ph
SYDNEY W RUSSELL Reg Ph
DR C E GODDARD
49M Umon Street Easthampton Mass
Tel 221 R
ERNIE'S BICYCLE SHOP
Home of DBIICIOUS Mxlk Shakes
Hot Fudge Sundaes Ice Cream Sodas
MODENA'S SODA 8 CANDY SHOP
JONES' NEWS ROOM
Compl ments of
MOUNTAIN VIEW BAKERY
ROMAN R SKIBISKI, INC
Tractors Farm Machmery Refrxgeratxon
Northampton Street Easthampton Mass
SOUTHAMPTON CASH MARKET
JOHN J SOJA Prop
Meats and Grocerzes
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Southampton Tel 1324 Massachusetts
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1 Easthampfon Council No. H16
Maple Electric KNIGHTS or coLuMBus
3 Alllster S. Graham
1 Edmund B. Mitchell I u
wg Arrow Shxrts--Crlcketteer Sport Coats
,E 21 Center Street Easthampton, Mass. 36 Cottage Street
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i 45-47 Umon Street College Highway
Funeral Home Gramercy Park Suits
-t Southampton Massachusetts
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120 Union Street
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We extend a sincere wish for
success and happiness to each
member of the "Class of '56"
RUBY'S FURNITURE STORE
Class of 1956
Easthampton Savings Bank
A. J. Kienle
Coal and Heating Oils
George's Music Box
For the Finest in
Television - RCA VICTOR
Fleury Lumber Company
231 Main Street
24 Cottage Street Tel. 774 Easthampton Massachusetts
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Presenting the all-V8 Buicks
Buick, the Beautiful Buy in Four Great Series
C E R N A K B U I C K
102 - 104 .Northampton Street
Be Sure to See the New Buick
In Cgmpjinqenfs of
Office SUPPHCS - - - Stafifmefy SAVOIE FURNITURE STORE
Greeting Cards . . . Gifts ,
110- 112 Union Street
Royal ...... Smith- Corona
Portable Typewriters Tel' 1187'R
Compliments of Compliments of
BAIUS SHOE SERVICE PARC CLEANERS
Shoe Repairing--We also sell new shoes 121 Main Street
67 Main Street Easthampton, Mass.
Easthampton Massachusetts Tel. 1062-W
Clark Street Florists Compliments of
John Cernak, Jr.
Flowers for All Occasions
Heating Oils and Gasoline
14 Clark Street Tel. 321-W
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Radios - Television - Electric Appliances
Home-Cooked Foods Tasty Sandwiches
87 Union Street Easthampton, Mass.
82 Cottage Street
Tel 51 Next to the Majestic Theatre
Falls Provision Company Cc B I K S 99
Manufacturer's of "Fine fashions for everyone"
ine quality sausages 29 Union Street next to the Post Office
Compliments Of EASTHAMPTON HARDWARE COMPANY
JANIK'S 70 Cottage Street
Cottage Street Easthampton Massachusetts
Easthampton Massachusetts Kyanize Paints - Hardware - Imperial Wallpaper
HALLMARK GREETING CARDS
For all occasions
W. T. GRANT
HEALY'S NEWS ROOM
28 Cottage Street
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Hampshire Market Comphments :
Vegetables - Provisions L'
69 Parsons Street i
Compliments of i
Compliments of I:
64 Parsons Street L'
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Meats - Groceries
Czelusniak Funeral Home
5 Hampshire Street Telephone 446 Easthampton
J' Trytkds Market Cantin Gardens
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Fine Fggd Market Groceries - - - Meats - - - Produce 5'-
We Specialize In NATIVE POULTRY i
MEATS and GROCERIES I
W E H A V E "
49 Parsons Street Easthampton, Mass. the answer to the problem of better appearance. I'
Visit our shop frequently.
Tel- 695 KITSON,S BARBER SHOP i
71 Cottage Street
Compliments of BERGMANN'S BAKERY a-
THE COTTAGE STREET Bread and Pastry In
CASH MARKET 16 Briggs street L
Tel. 390 L-
Compliments ol L'
EVERETT STREET MARKET L'
PISKOR'S MARKET 1'
Tel. 332 1'
Telephone 1095 Easthampton Massachusetts
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We're not in the second-hand business,
and neither are you. So why buy suits
that lose all their life and sparkle . . .
and look older than they are . . . just a
few months after you first put them on?
Come in for Timely Clothes with scien-
tific Balanced Tailoring. They keep
their new looks a long, long time.
CHARLES BURNS, INC.
87 Main Street Easthampton
Schrafft's Chocolates-Hood's Ice Cream
42 Cottage Street
Store Hours - 8 A. M. to 11 P. M.
The Class of 1956
Dr. Robert J. Daniello
80 Cottage Street
A. B. Brouilette
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to the Class of 1956
Leo L DeGrandpre
jeweler - Optician
20 Cottage Street
Chlck s Cafe, Inc
96 98 Cottage Street
Rocket T 350 Engme
Clark Motors, Inc
Maple Street Market
35 Maple Street
Easthampton Public Market
Carl and Edward Kortes, Props.
Fresh Meats and Groceries
Fruits and Vegetables
M. T. O'Brien
Apparel and Accessories
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Best Wishes to the
Class of 1956
ALBERT A. WEIDHAAS
91 Holyoke Street
The Woman's Club
Best Wishes to the
El Greco's Restaurant
JOHN F BEHAYLO
THE REX ALL STORE
Natlonal Floor Coverlng
88 90 Cottage Street
Call Easthampton 1540
to the Class oi 1956
Ted s Boot Shop
74 Cottage Street
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EASTHAMPTON LUMBER CO.
Telephone 126 79 Union Street
Clarence E. Lamoureux
Donald P. Lamoureux Associate
Insurance - Real Estate
101 Main Street
Pioneer Valley Accordion Center
59 Union Street
Easthampton, Mass. Tel. 1560
Eighteen Years of
Instruments Loaned to Beginners
-L WALTER J. KUZMICKI, Director
THE LIONS CLUB
LIBERTY - - - INTELLIGENCE
OUR NATION'S SAFETY
The Store That Gives You More
11 Union Street
67 Union Street
Tel. 1533 x Easthampton, Mass.
47 Cottage Street Easthampton, Mass.
Complete Automotive Service
Tires - Tubes - Batteries - Accessories
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69 Union Street Easthampton Massachusetts
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Meats and Groceries
43 Parsons Street
AUBUCHON HARDWARE CO., INC.
Plumbing and Electrical Supplies
Paints' - - - Hardware
51-53 Union Street
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Home of Good Foods
Dinners, Sodas, Sundaes
Patronizing us is like making
love to a good-looking widow
You just Can't Overdo It
Manager and Clerks
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