Frontier Regional High School - Arrow Yearbook (South Deerfield, MA)

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IEE 1 25' ll Er' il -" mga ,r lllli Q: ell' CO9 UL DXSS Frontrer Regronal School South Deerfreld Mass l958 S 'zf':. -Sf, 2' VA fs Q -"Q, 4 SYTIOI eQo2l:':'. l lf 'Yin' Y 'lIlll S ll i F ' ' .J QQ l' ff r Q59 , 0 WE who for fourteen years has worked 1n hls qu et good natured manner both tlrelessly and effectlvely for the best mterests of the school DEDICATE THI BUCK MARION COVELL, wlfe mother and teacher whose breadth of knowledge and sklllfull teachlng has 1n Huenced and enrlched the lxves of her stu dents and to JOHN T FRIGARD UPERI TE DE T - PRINCIPAL Danxel W Alvlno Educatlon Now Getting Proper Recognition A very few years ago headllnes 1n the news rarely mcluded anythlng regardmg educatlon How ever ln recent months the entzre plcfure has changed wherem lt IS now nearly 1mposs1b1e to p1ck up a dally paper WlIh0UI bemg deluged wxth news of educatxonal developments Many radlo and telev1s1on programs emphaslze the lmportance of educatlon ln our present day l1VlI'lg It IS qulte d1ff1cult to llsten to any group dls cussxon regardlng educatlon without hearmg heated remarks about why our students are or are not, as well prepared as European students why Johnny can or cannot read what we are gomg to do about overcrowded classrooms, teachers salaries, ln creased budgets and what we plan to do to catch up w1th the Russlans Some people have shown alarm over the wxde areas of dlsagreement that have become evldent 1n these dlscusslons They are afraxd that w1th all the d1ffer1ng polnts of VIEW put forth, a state of confu s1on w1ll arxse and that consequently no actlon w1ll be taken to change, or 1mprove our school system Thls IS where they are wrong The mxllnons of volces belng ralsed today 1n behalf of educatlon d1scordant as they are at txmes w1ll supply the necessary 1mpetus to get somethlng done at last lt IS clear that some changes are necessary lf we are to revltallze our schools Experlments and ln novattons will be trled ln an effort to catch up 1n educatxon The good from our present system w1ll be retamed and comblned wlth these newly proved theorles The challenge of modern tlmes w1ll besuccess fully met provxded that lay cmzens educators and admmxstrators keep up thexr enthusxasm , . U - - n L 2 g . - 1 1 ' . - . n , . 1 r , . . . , - 1 ' ' n 1 FACULTY STATISTIC AMES, WILLIAM Jr H S Social Studies, 7th Gr , Jr H S Coach Colby College, B S , University oi Massachusetts, M S ASHENDEN, DAVID Jr H S Science 8t.h Gr Faculty Manager of Athletics Harvard,A B BLACK, MISS JANET Physics, Chemistry, General Science, Review Mathematics, Newton College of the Sacred Heart, B A COVELL MRS MARION Latm and English DePauw University B A andM A DAVIS MRS HAZEL U S History, World History, General Mathematics Girls' Coach, North Adams Teachers' College B S E DENESHA ROBERT C Jr H S Arithmetic, 8th Gr American International College, B A DURYEE, MRS CATHERINE Jr H S English 7th Gr Mount Holyoke College, B A FISKE, MRS EUNICE Household Aits, Home Management, Consumer Education, Framingham State Teachers' College, B S FRIGARD, JOHN T Algebra, Plane Geometry, Advanced Math , Driver Education, Dartmouth, A B GALLANT, MRS DELORES Economic Geography, Problems of Democracy, Civics, Franklin College A B GALLANT, JOSEPH Physical Education Director, Director of Athletics, Football and Track Coach, Franklin College, A B KIMBALL, MISS BARBARA Home Economics, Civics Arithmetic, University of Massachusetts, B S American International College M A MacDONALD, DONALD Industrial Arts, Fitchburg State Teachers College MCCANN, MISS MARCRETTA School Nurse, Health, Home Nursing, Boundary Park Hospital, Lancashire, England MOCZULEWSKI, MAXWELL Biology, Algebra, Boys' Basketball Coach, Fitchburg Teachers' College, B A Columbia, M A MORRISSEY, MRS ANN Jr H S Arithmetic 7th Gr , Anna Maria College B A PARKER CLIFFORD A Vocauonal Agriculture, University of New Hampshire B S PETERSON, MISS CATHERINE French English, University of Vermont, Ph B , Springfield College, M S RYAN MRS MARY Bookkeeping General Business, General Mathematics Business Arithmetic, North Adams Teachers' College SANDLER, MARTIN English Assistant Basketball Coach, Baseball Coach, Providence College, B A SPINDLER, MRS ALICE English, Boston University, A B and A M TAINTER, BURCHARD Music, Band Direcfor, Williams School of Music TAINTER, MRS JOAN Jr H S History 8th Gr , Bates College, B A THOMAS, LESLIE Jr H S English, 8tn Gr , Bates College, A B THOMPSON, CHARLES B Guldance Director, Springfield College, B S University of New Hampshire, M Ed WILSON, MISS PEGGY Arts 8: Crafts, Mechanical Drawing, Tufts University B S - . . . ' , .5 ' 5 A . . , . - ' A 5 ' ' ' , . . . . , . - . . ' ' ' 5 ' ' , . . . , .- . . . ' ' .3 ' ' . . . " . . . I x . . I - . I ' . q 7 u n " . ' A y I U ' I l . Q LA PLANTE, MRS. ETHEL - Typing, Stenography, Office Practiceg Northeastern University, B. A.g ! 1 . q ' . - 1 1 - . , . . . .5 ' . . 1 1 f I 4 . 1 7 -I ' D u o 9 - ' A . ' . A A ' y - - " v I ' D I . .' A ' . , , ' - . 7 . . , , . . , ' ' 7 A ' . . . . ' . . . I J -I ' ' i - . . , . . B og . . . " I . ' . l J - . THOSE WHO LE D U Astray or Otherwiseu' Thxrd Row Mr Burchard Tamter Mr Wxlham Ames, Mr Leslle Thomas Mr Robert C Denesha Mr Davxd Ashenden Mr Martm Sandler Mr Kxmlnskl Mr Joseph Gallant, Flske, Mrs Marlon Covell Mlss Margretta McCann Mrs Catherxne Duryee, Mrs Ann Morrxssey Mxss Peggy W1lson,M1ss Janet Black Mmss Barbara Klmball Fxrst Row Mrs Delores Gallant Mrs Mary Ryan, Mrs Ahce Spmdler Mr Charles B Thompson, Mr Da.n1elW Alvmo, M1ss Catherlne Peterson Mrs Ethel LaPlante Mr John T Frxgard, Mr MaxwellMoczu1ewsk1 .' ': . ' , . ' ' . ' , . g 1 . A y u . 7 n A I I' Q Mr. Clifford A. Parker. Second Row: Mrs. Ioan Tainter, Mrs. Hazel Davis, Mrs. Eunice I Q A 7 I 7 - I . ' , ' ' ' , ' ' . ' 'z . i - . V . l 1 a 1 I s . ' A Q . y n u I u fill-1 lug. Our able Guldance D1rector, Mr Thompson hxs offlce checkmg some lmportant papers .l Mr McDonald ln the lndustrlal Arts room wlth Davld Swaluk and Robert Nawskon Thats Paul Ralston way back mthe Mechan1ca1Draw1ng room In the front 0ff1C8 Mrs H01 llngsworth gets much able help Helpmg her here are Carol Rog ers and Katrma Shryver Mlss McCann and Nancy Olanyk nursmg Mary Petro skx back to health X15 - 5 1 A . 0 f I 1 ' i n ai I - ' - 7 s M- A G ' Q -,B N: , f , V 'Q,..f- .A . F a ' if . tn . ' yy K- 5 X'-. ' ' . , in . . . . ' V 1 5? Nil: 5 1' .aye "" y .,V 'I L C I it p. , f I .1 ,Z X zu 'J . - I - ii v ' 'I .r I 1 THE FRIENDS WHO FEED US umg ang M al 5 M AND THOSE WHO KEEP EVERYTHING IN ORDER AND THE ONES WHO TRANSPORT US Us lil e 0 i : rs. raves, Mrs. Marjorie Van Petersi e, rs. Helen Puchalski, Mrs. Tania ast iz, Mrs, Helen Petros i, Mrs. i e ar e. Mr. John Sto rski, Mr. John Stobierski, Mr. Stephen Sanicki. AN N ., Y, Ale ' no V 3 ,A M I ,, 6-V . 1- ' ' awvzwkf.. I ,'-T, I . . , ,' up ' 'I N an.. Sgt., - f -iiii' flgasur- Q MARGOT LOULSA ALLIS College DANIEL WALTER ALVINO, JR College Ambition Dentist Interests Sports, Music Fooball 1,2 3,4 Captain of Freshman Team Basketball 1,2 3,4 Base ball 1,3,4 Class Treasurer 1,2 Class President 3, Band 1,2 Glee Club 1,2,3, Glee Club Secretary 2, Operetta Lead 1 One Act Play Contest 1 School Play 3,4, Olympian' Staff 1 Business Manager Arrow 4, Sports Committee 1,2 3,4, Student Exchange 3 4, Freshman Initiation Com mittee 4, Marshall at graduation 3 Ring Committee 3, Photography for Arrow 4 Driver Education 3, Honor Student 1,2,3,4 Prom Committee 4 Cheering Tournament Committee 3,4 Ad Staff Arrow 4 Helper 3, Dance Band 4. CAROLE ROSE CARTER College Ambition: To Be A Nurse Interests: Playing The Sax 57 Plymouth Roman Banquet lg Band 3,4' Arrow 4' Driver Education 3' Music Festival 3,4' Spring Concert 3 4' Home Economics Club 1,2, Dance Committee 1,2,4gFresh- man Initiation 2. Interests A Boy, Television Basketball Basketball 1 4 Latin Banquet 1,4, Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Drill Team2 Play Committee 2 4 Play 2,3 4, Driver Education 3, Girls State Rep resentative 3 Assistant Editor of Arrow 3 Editor of Arrow 4, Girls Basketball Referee 4 Basketball Ticket Committee 2, Football Ticket committee 3 Special Chorus 2 3, Honor Roll 1 2 3 Senior Prom Com mittee 4 Freshman Initiation 2 4 Music Festival 1 2 3 4 Spring Con 1. cert 1 2 3 4 Dance Committees 1,2 3 4 Football Concession 4 afwwfw Q, 3 I ELLEN ALICE BRADLEY College Ambition Professional Girl Scout Interests Rolly 1930 Model A Ford Volley Ball 1, Softball 1 2, Basketball 1,2 Band 3 4' Art Club 1,2' Drill Team 2' Driver Education 3' Cheering Tournament Committee' Home Eco- nomics Club 1,2' Latin Banquet 1gFootball Ticket Committee 3, Dramatics Club 1' Music Apprecia- tion 4' Dance Committee 1 2 3 4' Brass Quintet4g Music Festival 3 4' Spring Concert 3,4g Office cgi. . 1, 'Q f ':a fQi"'f. 'if 'ff ' ml ' S 1 in fr, vi, ' ,rf- ' "f Q Qfzf-v,:1i58Ff' nl 'f - 1 Ambition: Nurse L J I V 1 f , 9 . Q . , 9 , 5 , . . A Z 5 A 5 4 3 , . , . 5 . , . , l 5 - ' ' , 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 Q U Y 7 ' ' 4 n s 7 N, S AQ .tt lr O i' . H 1 Nur-if ' A, 7 1 I ' if . I S 5 ' 3 Q 2 3 . it - . - . , ' , 1 " I Editor "Varsity" 35 Editor "Varsity" 45 Student Council 3, Class Dance ,Mi 5' l' i f , h I 1 ' , , l :f.fifv A 3 ' 9 3 5 - I 1 . , . S ' 7 ! 7 7 7 D 7 1 , 1 1 1 , 9 1 be-, 1 ,, 4 A 41 Y . 7 1 I 1 I , M, , Y K 1 5, la- fi 4 BARBARA NANNE CHILDS General Amblton To Be A Secretary Interests Bowlmg Readmg 'Y' Glee Club 1 Basketball 1 Typmg Award 3 Bookkeepmg Av.ard3 Drxver Educatxon 3 The Varslty 4 Muslcal Festxval 1 Sprmg Concert 1 Secretary to Mrs Ryan 4 'G' sl' '87 PHILLIP WALDO COLE College Ambltlon Llve On The Moon Interests Guns, Hot Rods, Cute Southern Gxrls Freshman Imtlatxon 2,4 Latm Banquet 1 Honor Roll 1 Record Hop Commxttee 1,2 3 4 School Play 3 4 Asslstant Stage Manager3,4 Track 3, Band 3 Ad Staff 4, Prom Commxttee 4 EDWARD D CRAFTS JR College Ambltlon Be An Englneer Baseball 2 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 3 4 Dramatncs 3,4 Drlver Educatlon 3 Latm Banquet 1 Freshman In1t1at1on 2,4 Dance Commlttee 1 2 3,4 Prom Commxttee 4 Arrow Staff 1 4 Class Secretary 2 3 4 Varsxty Staff 4 Honor Roll 1 2 Glee Club 3, Audxo and Lxghtmg Dxrector 2 3 4 Cheermg Tournament 3 4 Carmval Ball Queen Manager 3 Publxc Speaklng Contest 4 Sportsman Club 2 gg' .ff ir-V' 'V WAYNE ELIE lndustrxal Arts Course Ambltlon Joxn The Alr Force Class Treasurer 1 Baseball 1 2 Basketball 1,2 . 1 s 1 1 1 a I! x Q Q ' ' 9 1 5 . . 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"Q 'S-or AQ- RAYMOND G EQUI General ANNE KAY FOSTER Commercial Ambition Be A Success Interests Sports Dancing Basketball 1,2,3 Driver Education 3 Varsity Staff 3,4 Arrow Staff 4 Physical Education Instructor for Junior High 4, Dance Committees, Bookkeeping Award 3, Shorthand Award 3, Office Assistant 4, Secretary to Miss Black 4 Good Government Day Representative 4, Malorettes 3 4 Freshman Initiation Committee 4 Honor Student 1,2,3,4, Volleyball 2 Field Hockey 1 3 Dramatics 4 JANE CAROL GRYBKO Commercial Ambition Secretary Glee Club 1,2 3 4 Latin Banquet 1, Bas ketball 1 23 Dance Committee' Cheer- leader 2 3 4' Drill Team2' Typing Award 2 3' Softball 2' Bookkeeping Award 3' Varsity Staff 3 4' Driver Education 3' Arrow Staff 4, Accornpanist in Glee Club 1 2 3' Secretary to Mr. Gallant 4' Office Assistant 4' Prom Committee, Class Treasurer 4' Co-captain of Cheerleaders 4' Special Glee Club 2 3 4. Ambition Be A Coach Interest Sports Football 2 3,4, Basketba1l2 3 4 Baseball 2,3 4 Freshman Initiation 2 4, Ad Staff E- ROSEMARY ANNE GRITZ College Ambition To Be A Success Interests Piano, Plays Basketball 1,2, Typing Award 3, Student Council 1 2, Drill Team 1 Freshman Initiation Committee 2, Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Cheerleader 3,4, Special Choral Group 1,2,3 Latin Banquet 1, Class Dance Committees 1,2,3, 4 Accompamst at Graduation 2,3, Accompamst in Glee Club 3 4 Driver Education 3 Honor Roll 1,3, Arrow Staff 4, Home Economics Club 1, Softball 1,2 Special Gym Class 3 Volleyball 2, Spring Concerts 1 2,3 4 Music Festival 1,2,3 4 QueenofCarn1val Ball 0 'KW CATHERINE JOAN HARRISON Household Arts Ambltxon Attendant at Retarded Class Interests Radlo, Square Dancmg Drxver Educatxon 3 Arrow Staff 4 QE! H FRANCES ANN HAWKINS Commerclal Ambltlon To Be A Successful Secretary Interests Readmg Eatmg, Summer Sports Glee Club 1 2 3 Dance Commlttee 2 4 Bookkeepmg Award!! Shorthand Award 3 Dr1ver Educatxon 3 Honor Roll 1 2 3 Workl nG d Offxce 4 Arrow Staff GAIL M HAYES College Ambltlon Retall Buyer Interests Art, Mus1c,Theatre,J D M B Drxll Team 2 Glee Club l 2 3 4 Typmg Award 3 Latm Banquet 1, Txcket Commlttee 3 Cheerlng Tournament Commlttee 3 4 Honor Roll 3 4 Semor Class Edxtor of Arrow 4 Arts and Crafts 4 Freshman In1t1 atlon 4 Speclal Slngmg Group 12 Dramatxcs 4 Arrow Staff Musxc Festlval 1 2 3 4 D A R Candldate 4 Dalry Queen Cand1date 3 Hop Commlttee 12 3 4 Sprmg Concert 12 3 4 Football Concessxon 4 f'K ng 1 u1 ance RUTH ELLEN HOWES College Ambltlon To Be A Success 7 Interests Muslc Dancmg,J D M B Varslty Staff 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Play 1 3 Basketball 1,2 3 4 Dr1ver Educatlon 3 Softball 1 2,3 Football Concessxon 4 Dance Commutees 1 3 4 Class Secretary 1, Ad Staff 4 HonorRoll 1 Operetta 1 Cheermg Tournament Cornmxttee 4 Photography Club 1, Hobby Club 1 D A R Candxdate 4 Dramatlcs 4 . 5 8 I I' Y Q Se, , - 1 'X N. Q7-'z ' V 'z , ' I ,lg 7g I 1 I S 35? 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LAVID ALLAN JOHNSON Industrlal Arts Ambxtxon: To Be A Success Typxng Aw ard 3 Shorthand Award 3 Q ti' 'i 155 R 'Uh BARBARA MAY BERNADETTE KLISENBAUER College Ambxtlon To Be A Good Wlfe Interests Don Tetreault Southampton Arrow Staff 1 2,3,4 Vrce Presldent 1 Typmg Award 2 Drlver Educatwn 3 Latm Banquet 1 Honor Roll 1 2,3,4 Student Coun 3 C11 12 Student Councxl Secretary 2 Softball 1 2 Basketball 1 2 Speclal Gym Class 3 Dance Commxttees 1,2,3,4 Football Txcket Seller 3 4 Basketball Txcket Seller 3 4 Sen1orConces slon 4 Cheermg Tournament Comm lttee 3 4 Freshman Imtla tlon 2 4 Volley Ball 2 JOANN ROSE KLISENBAUER College Ambltxon To Be A Wxfe Interests Rlch Glee Club 1,2 3 Arrow Staff 4 Softball 1,2 Basketball 1,2 Musxc Varslty Staff 3, Bookkeepmg Award 3 Basketball Txcket Seller 4 Football Txcket Seller 4 Freshman lmtlatxon 4 Semor Prom Com mlttee PATRICIA A KOWNACKI Commercial Ambltxon Medxcal Secretary sf Interests Dxck Haxgns Glee Club 1,2 3 4 Bookkeepmg Award 3 Latm Banquet 1 Drxver Educatxon 3 Semor Concessmon 4 Dance Commxttees 2 3 4 Txcket Commnttee 3, Basketball 1,2 Basketball Manager 4 Varsxty Staff 3,4 Speclal Smg Group 1,2, Arrow Staff 4, Dramatxcs 3,4, Arts and Craft 4 Ad Staff 4, Typxng Staff 4, Softball 1 Volleyball Musxc Festwal 1 2 3 4 Sprmg Concert 1 2 3 4 Prom Commxttee 4, Secretary to Teacher 4 , . 1' l .1 . 1' ,Q X 74.2 S - 427, 1 13 V I' - . P, , md' h 1 I y 5-F ' 1 5 S S A 3 S f S ' ' -Y . X 1 5 S 1 9 1 Q S E Q 7 Q 1 ' 9 ' , 5 ' - ' 1 S . I - A1 - , 5 5 9 9 ' Sm Festlval 1,25 Concert 1,2,3, Dance Commlttee 2,3g Volley Ball 2, iw- ' f S 9 a I LJ' rx stty W., as ' r I . :i-4 , , Q s ' 9 'Q' S 5 1 1 1 ' ' Q 5 ' Q ' ' . X . S 4 . - . X S S A v 1 1 S h v 1 1 Q ' . JEAN K LaBROAD Commercxal Ambltlon To Be A Secretary Interests Playxng the Sax', Sew mg, and Cookmg Glee Club 1 Band 3 4 Arrow Ad Staff 4 Typmg Staff 4 Gxrls Basket ball 3, Bookkeeplng Award 3 Typmg Award 4 Shorthand Award3 Cheermg Tournament Commlttee 4 Dance Commlttees 1,2 3,4 School Offlce Staff 4 Sprlng Concert 1 3 4 Musxc Festlval 1 3 4 Home Eco nomlcs 1 2 Varsnty Staff 4 Basketball Seller 3 Secretary to Teacher 4 Drxver Educatlon 3 Dance Band 4 Prom Comrmttee 4 T 17' ki ,fs AJ 'r JOHN JOSEPH LEARY Ambttton Research Scxentxst ,Iv Interests Sc1ence,Hunt1ng Baseball Soccer 1,2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 Tenn1s2,3, Basebal1Manager, Meehan xcal Drawmg 1 College DON WESTLEY MAYNARD College Ambxtxon Navy Career man lmtxatxon 2 4, Prom Commxttee 4, Dance Commlttee 2,3 Outmg Club 1, Honor Roll 1 'if'-'f"" BARBARA ANN MELNIK Commercxal Ambmon To Be A Secretary Interests Sports A Boy Class Presxdent 1 Student Councll 1 Basketball 12 3,4 Captam 4 Softball 1 2 Cheermg Tournament Commnttee 4, Dramatxcs 2,4 Drxver Educatxon 3 Drxll Team 2 Varsxty Staff3 4 Ad Staff 4 Dance Commxt tees 1 2 3,4, Physlcal Educatxon Instructor 4 Gxrls' Sports Edltor 4 Glee Club 1 2 Bookkeepxng Award 3 Shorthand Award 3 Carmval Ball Queen 4, Assnstmg ln School Ofhce 3 4 Secretary to Teacher 4 Fresh man Imtxatxon 2,4 Prom Commxttee 4 13 . v 1: . . 1 I . , 1 7 3 ! Y ' ' S ' S 5 ' ' 9 ' 1 9 Q 1 1 2 7 ' 1 S 1 S , 5 S 5 - Q . il fx A ' ,ff a ... X , I Q.. , 'I ' ' 1 A r 1 1 2 ' ' ' Vxce-Presxdent 2,3, Baseball 1,25 Basketball 1,2, Football 33 Fresh- ia? 211 V - ' - ' '- Q 1 1 . . y I xiii? ' 5353 V V 5 4 A 5 V42 U5 3 ' 1 I 1 f s 1 ' ' S 5 1 1 Q 9 1 9 ' ' 3 9 Q r Q Q ' 4 ' ' ' . . 3 . 9 7 ! 1 ! ' 1 ' ' 1 5 S ' , . ARTHUR J MINER Industrlal Arts Ambltlon A1rcraftMechamc Interests Fxshmg I-Iuntlng, and Cars Arrov. Ad Staff 4 Drlver Educatxon 3 Home Econom1cs 1 Bookkeepmg Award 3 Freshman Inltxatlon 4 -1. Cf-7,1 I 1 G lk ,fs 'T PHILIP EDWARD MOORE JR College Ambxtxon To Be A Draftsman Football 1,2,3 Basketball 2 Dr1verEducat10n3, Latxn Banquet 1 ,- ANTHONY E OSTROWSK1 General Ambltlon Baker Interests Sports, O11 Pamtmg, Water Sknng Football 3 4 Basketball 1,2 3,4 Stage Manager 3 31 ""'w .QQ- FRED A PARKER Agrlculture Ambxtxon Mechamc 'tu Interests Cars, Sports Baseball 1,2,3,4, Basketball 2,3, F F A Treasurer 4 1 5 1 9 S S Q . 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BORYS PAWLUK College Ambxtlon Engmeer Interests Swlmmmg Hockey, Kmfe Throwmg, Campmg Skatmg Dancmg, Gxrls and Wood Carvxng Football 1 2 3 4 Latm Banquet 1 Track3,4 Basketball Manager 3 Bas ketball 2 Dramatxcs 4, Drxver Educatton 3 Sports Edxtor for the Ar row' Dance Commxttees 1,2,3,4 Freshman Imtxatton 2 4, Prom Com mlttee 4 Arrow Ad Staff 4 Honor Roll 1,2 3,4, Class Presxdent 4, Stu dent Counc1l Presxdent 4 Baseball Manager 2, Sellmg soda at home basketball games 4 il KATHERINE MARIE RECORE Commercxal Ambltxon To Be A Good Secretary Interests Dancmg, Sports Men Glee Club 1,2,3 4, Dance Comm1ttees 1 2 3 4 Usherette 3,4, Clerk m Guidance Offlce and Assxstant m School Offxce 4 Twxrlmg 3,4, Drxver Educatton 3 Typxng Award 2, Bookkeepxng Award 3 Shorthand Award 3 Basketball Txmer 4 Dramatlcs 4, Carmval Ball Comzmttee 4 RACHEL ELLEN RICE College Ambxtxon To Teach French Interests Musxc, Movtes, Theater, and J D M B Honor Roll 1,2,3,4 Glee Club 1,2 3,4 Typmg Award 3 Latm Banquet 1 2 4 Dramatxcs 4 Musxc Festxval 1,2,3 4, Sprmg Concert 1 2,3,4 Drlver Education 3, Semor Concessxon 4, D AR Gxrl 4 Cheermg Tournament Staff 3,4 Dance Commxttees 1,2,3 4 Arrow Staff 3 4, Stu dent Councxl Vxce Presxdent 3 SpecxalS1ngmg Group 1,2,3, Varsxty' 405 NORMAN S. ROSE Agrxculture Ambltlonz To Be A Success Interests: Cars and Sports Baseball 1,2,4g Basketball 4' Freshman Imtxatxon 2 4' Ad Staff 4' Class Treasurer 2, Dance Commxttee 2' Prom Commxttee4' F.F.A.. News Re- porter 3' F.F.A. Vxce-Presldent 4' Honor Roll 1gDr1ver Educatlon 2' Sportsman Club 2. RUTH ELEANOR ROSENTHAL General Ambxtion: To Be Successful Interests: Ice Skattng, Muslc, Dancxng f V Glee Club 1,23 Freshman Ortentatlon 15 Typmg Award 2,3gDr1ver Edu- P 2 1 A catxon 35 .Tumor-Sentor Prom Commtttee 3. 1' 5 N Af ' ' MYR 3 JUDITH ANN SADOWSKY Commercxal Ambttlon Beautlclan Interests Musxc, Readtng Sports Presxdent of Glee Club 3 4 Arrow Staff 4 Varslty Staff 3 4 Dance Commxttees 2 3,4 Cheermg Tourna ment Commtttee 3 4 Glee Club I 2 3 4 Bookkeeplng Award 3 Shorthand I Award 3 Typtng Awards 2 3 Drlver Educatton 3 Usherette Opemng Day at Fron tner 3 Basketball Ttcket Seller 2 3 4 Cha1rman Untform Commlttee Glee Club 2 Ttcket Concert 2 School Oiflce Assxstant 3 4 Guxdance OfflCe Assts tant 3 4 Secretary to Mxss Black 4 Freshman Imtxa txon 2,4 Glee Club Ed1tor for Arrow 4 ANNE ELIZABETH TAYLOR College Ambltlon To Teach Phystcal Educatxon Interests Mus1c, Skatmg, Mov1es, J D M B Cheerleader I 2 3 4 Captam of Cheerleaders 4, Glee Club 1,2 3,4 Arrow Staff 4 Driver Educatlon 3 Hop Commtttees 1,2 3 4 Latm Banquet 1 Football Banquet Hostess 3 The Varstty 3,4 Cheerleadmg Tournament 1,2 3,4 Carmval Queen Candx Specxal Smgxng Group 1 2 3 Freshman Imttatton 4 Dramatlcs 4 Tumblmg Team 3 Musxc Festxval 1 2,3,4 Sprmg Concert I, 2 3,4 JOAN VAN PETERSILGE General Ambltton Show Cattle at Waterloo, Iowa Interests 4 H Outdoor Sports, Cooklng Playmg Clartnet Glee Club 12 Dance Commtttee 12 3 4 Band 3,4 Drxver Educauon 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Sprmg Concert 3 4 Band Banquet Comm1ttee4, Home Economxcs Club 1 2 Musxc Festtval I 2 3 4 Band Banquet Dr1ve 3, Cheerlng Tournament 4 Varslty 4 Football Game Ttckets 3 'L x u . ,ss K 'K . 1' I I I l , . J f 1 , , .1 f S 1 3 ' we - 1 1 1 1 - ' - I S S I S . 5 - ' ' S S 1 11 ' 1 S Q ' g . 1 1 1 ' ' , S 5 r 1 r I Y 9 S S ' 1 ' date 3,45 Arts and Crafts 45 Physical Educatton Instructor 4g V Q - 1 1 A 1 1 I 1 Q 1 1 . 1 'F ' kr q . K 1: ' 1 1 , 5 , , , 9 9 V 1' 5 S ' 1 ' ' f 1 1 1 1 Q V ' 1 ' BARRY WAYNE WARGER College Ambxtlon' Engmeer Interests Cnrls, Musto, Sports, and Planes Latln Banquet 1, Drxver Edutatxon 3, Concessxon for Football and Basketball Games 4 Arrow Staff 4 Freshman In1t1at1on 2 4 Dance Commlttee 4 Checker Club 1 Prom Commxttee 4 K sa., 5 J' ITN DAVID S WATTS College Ambltxon C1v1lEng1neer Interests Everythmg G1r1s"' Tj Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball Manager 1 2 3 4 Track 3 4 Dm matlcs 3 4 Drxver Educatlon 3 Latm Banquet 1 'Arrow Staff 4 Class Dance Commtttees 1 2 3 4 Freshman Imtratxon Commxttee 2 4 Photographer for Arrow 4 Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 Cheerxng Tournament 3 4 Home Economlcs 1 Manager for Carmval Queen 3 4 Prom Commxttee 4 Pro Mer1to4, Sports man Club 2 JOHN BRIAN WHALEN College Ambxtxon Coach Interests Sports Honor Roll 1 Football 1, Student Councll Representatxve 1 Latm Banquet 1, Home Econonucs 1 Checker Club 1, Dance Cornrmttee 1 Football 2 Class Presldent 2 Sophomore Hop Committee 2, Freshman Imtlatxon 2 Dance Commtttee 3, Drwer Educatxon 3 Cheermg Tournament3 Physxcal Educatlon Award 3 Football Co Captaln 4 Track 4 Basketball 4 Student Councxl Representatlve 4 V1ce Presxdent oiStudentCounc1lSlop Hop Com mxttee 4 Cheermg Tournament 4 Prom Commtttee 4 Carmval Ball Man ager 4 Dramatlcs 4 Freshman In1t1at1on 4 1 2 I vo. LEONARD J WINSKY College Ambxtlon Coach Interests. Sports, Food 4 Studtnt Counul 1 2 Varsnty Sports Staff Reporter 3 Football j 1 2 3 4 Prom Lommxttu 4 Arrow Ad Staff 4 Good Govern mtnt Lay Rcprescntatlve 4 Basketball 1 2 4 Checker Club 1 Track 3 4 Sports Ldxtor 4 Class Dance Commlttees 1 2 3 4 Rlng Commuter 2 Latm Banquet I Freshman Imtnatxon Com mxttct 2 4 Cheertng Tournament 3 4 Dramatlcs 4 Football Captam 4 Drxver Educatxon 3 Home Economlcs Club 1 , . . 9 5 . , 3 3 S - . A A P . 3 3 W ' ,, 1 ,R 4 X 1 ,A A 3 We g .4 , . A, 9 1 'na 11 f - 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 Q 1 ' 1 s 2 ' s " Ad 1 ' ' 1 1 1 Q ' ' A 1 Q ' 1 1 1 1 S 5 ' ' 2 1 Z ' ' 9 ' 5 ' ' 9 ' ' 9 S 1 . . Q . . 3 Rmg Committee 23 Basketball 25 Football 35 Track 3g Class Treasurer 3g tk ' S 5 ' 9 ' 5 5 ' 9 5 - S 5 ' Q ' S S - ' . I 355:23 - '::5:: ., 'ff' ..:.' 2' -no 24 r If . :ng 1. - I ' ' ' 1 5 ' ' ' ' ' 9 ' .M ' , , , f ' . 1 - , ,, , , Q . . I , 5 3 . , . 1 , . . . , , , I , 1 , 4 , , 5 , , , H 1 5 ' ' ' ' 1 9 ' ' 9 5 ' S ' - ,qv- A? 4 CHESTER JOSEPH WOJTKIELEWICZ College Ambmon' To Be An Accountant Interests Sports Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1,2 3,4 V1cePres1dent4 DanceCom mxtee 3 4 Freshman Imtlatton Commlttee 4 Drlver Educatlon 3 Refreshment Commlttee 4 Home Economlcs Club 1 Typmg Award 3 Prom Commxttee 4 Sports Edltor 4 Thi' 'Xe-rf' GORDON CONRAD WOLFRAM College Ambttlon To Be A Draftsman Interests Sports, Mus1c Baseball Managerii, Baseball4 Refreshment Commlt tee for Football and Basketball 4 T1cketComm1ttee 3, Drnver Educatton 3 Ad Staff for Yearbook 4, Latm Banquet 1 Honor Roll 1 2 3 Freshman Imtxatxon 2 4 Record Hop Commlttee 4 Prom Comm xttee 4 MARION ANN WRISLEY Commerclal Ambltlon Secretary Interests Readmg, Musxc Sophomore Record Hop Txcket Commlttee 2 Typmg Award 2 Driver Educatlon 3 Dance Commlttee 3 Cheerxng Tournament Commlttee 3,4 Typmg Award 3 Shorthand Award 3 Bookkeepmg Award 3 Home Econom1cs 1 Arrow Ad Staff 4 Vars1ty' Staff 4 Latm Banquet 1 Dance Commtttee 4 Assxsted xn School and Gundance Offlce 3 4 Secretary to Mrs Davls 4 Freshman Imttatxon Commlttee 2 'A ' ' 2 y 1 ' 1 4 - 1 Q S ' Z 3 S S S ' 9 li li ll Viz! , V., .f .tif 7',1fs!j' A J' J -I , if Aff 'ri ' v S ' - G K ,M 5 if 4' . 5 . 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' 4663 iw, .2 .r.J , -:shi SENIOR C ASS Thxrd Row Barry Warger, John Leary, Anthony Ostrowskx, Raymond Equx, John Whalen, Ph111p Cole, Fred Parker, Leonard Wmsky Dav1d Watts, Jon Chxckey, Norman Rose, Arthur Mmer, Wayne Elle Davxd John son Second Row Joan Van Petersllge, Ruth Rosenthal, Rachel Rxce, Anne Foster, Margot Allls, Ellen Bradley Frances Hawkxns Donald Maynard, Gordon Wolfram, Phlhp Moore, Danny Alvmo, Barbara Khsenbauer Barbara Ch1lds Ruth Howes, Gall Hayes, Jean LaBroad, Carole Carter Fxrst Row fAdVlSOl', Mr Frlgard Barbara Melmk, Katherme Recore, Judlth Sadowsky, Anne Taylor, Rosemary Grltz, Chet WoJtk1elew1cz, Borys Pawluk, Edward Crafts Jane Grybko Joan Khsenbauer, Patrzcla Kownacln, Marlon Wrxsley Catherme Harrxson, lAdv1sorJ Mrs Covell 7 s ' 9 ' 1 y y . I n Q Y I V ' J .v Y 9 . . JU ICR CLASS Fxfth Row John Merskl Wxlham Parzxck, Francxs Golash, Robert Crafts,W1ll1am Bagdon Jon Clark, wlllllm Kulesa Rxchard Rowe, Walter Pekarskz, Karol Drozdal Leroy Wynn, Edward Sokolosln, Davld Barker Robert Morrxson Fourth Row Wxllxam Baronas, Steve l-lassell, Morrxs Dwxght, Robert Guxlford, Lynn Sumner John Lankarge, Ronald Adamskl Walter Sadowsky, Paul Ralston Robert Ottlnger Matthew Noska, Joseph Klsloskl Wxllxam Ottmger, Larry Wrlsley, Rxchard M11ls, Bradley Peterson Thxrd Row Norene Wolfram Sandra Lxpmskx, Vxrgnma Wabeck Janet Rose M1ldredSa.nders Ann Hutkoskx, lngrxd Shnrley Rockwood Judy Grxtz Barbara Washburn Second Row Lorrame Graves, Rebecca Wholey, Jose phme Pacxorek, Eumce Antes Barbara Rudmckx Marcxa Mowry Maveret McClellan, Anne Zak Margaret Bagdon Valerxe Sm1arosk1 Henry Kocot Dlane Dxckmson Helen Zajac Norma Russo Flrst Row Mr Sandler 1Adv1sorl, Patrxcxa Mumblo, Nancy Olanyk Mary Petrosk1 Patrlcxa Ondras, Peter Telega, Wxlllam Graves Jeanne Johnston Walter Hutkowskx, Janet SKHWSKI Patrlcxa Robmson Patr1c1a Warchol, Lmda Sxelskl Mrs Gallant lAdv1sorJ . ,Z ., , . . . t . . , . . , , . , Q . . , . . A: . , , , . Y I! ' I ' ! . ., . . . . . . l , 2 , . . . . . . , , . , , . Olson, Betty Jekanowski, Roger Culver, Barbara Banas, Ann Brzozowski, Carol Melnik, Marian Parker, 7 J 1 - - V I ' J h Iv V ' y 1 1 - ' wx 1 Y 1 v A 1 - 1 1 1 - . . . , ., . , . . . , , . I ., , , . , . . , . .J 1 . u SOPHCDMORE C ASS Dm mix Cm S Fxfth Row Berna.rd Golanka, Robert Boeh Davxd Baldwm, Norman Uzdavlms, Robert Duda Mnchael Fensxck, Damel Barker, Thomas Ludwwzak, Thomas Wasxlewskx John Pekarskx John Baker, Joseph Nxckerson Raymond Leary, Leon Kosuda, A1exKule a, PaulDuda Fourth Row Charlotte Boro, Rlchard Wells, Andrew Rohrs Edward Ralxckm George Rockwood Patrxcla Rahckl Gordon Damels, Gary Lawrence Robert Nawskon Barbara Galensln, Stanley Stokarskx, Jon Sanborn Charles Marcoulher, Wxllard Boyden, Mary Anne Rahckm, Louxse Dumond Thlrd Row Chester Ostrowskx James Wholey, Cynthxa Rodrlguez, Carolyn LaBroad, Vlrgmxa Melmck, Romona Slnbxsln Walter Zamewsln, Carol Page, Lawrence Ashman Charlotte Skroskx James Stafursky Patr1c1aWedge,Ela1ne Foster, E117abethJohnston, Robert Petrovlc, Neal Grover Second Row Lmda Farr Dolores Hutkoskl, Margaret Bleakley, Mary Anne Grybko Vnrgxma Gadomskx, Cynthxa Naperkowskx Jamce Zera, Patr1c1a Goodrxch, Martha Sanders, Cynthxa Bxgg, Carol Grxtz Mary Laskoskx, Janet Mastahz Patrlcla Tozolowskx, Patr1c1aSadowsk1 Lora1neGa.ss, Judnth Bamxkowskl Fxrst Row Mnss Black fAdv1sorj Mary Recore, Joanne Cxborowskx, Mary Newcomb, Carolyn Backnel, Joyce Devme, Thomas Kosteckx Margaret Kxslowskx, Dxane Sheppard, Kathleen Murphy, Lmda Ca.nney Carol Rogers, Sally Kushx Katrma Schryver Joan Hudyma, Mr Moczulewskx QAdv1sorJ W f FRESHMAN CLASS -ui- Flfth Row El1zabethRal1ck1, Made11neM1eczk0wsk1, Leonard Ostrowskl, Robert Jackson, Catherme Herlxhy, Lawrence Rockwood Charles Thompson Edward Storozuk, Mlchael Pllvxms, Edmund Drown Frank Olear czyk, Mlchael Morawslu KennethWarchol, John Pacxorek, Larry Fortxer, Lmda Rup, Emleen Wxlson, Warren Whltney Fourth Row Raynnnd W1lson, John Howes, Rxchard Patnode, Dorothy Clark, Carole Rowe, Martha Poston Sandra Swlft Helen Radovncz Marjorle Bacl-nel, Barbara Dzenxs, Sandra Scott John Zabko Jane Kownackl, Dxanne Benom, Judxth Kxlgour Betty Rlchardson, Sandra Moore, Ervm Prxce, Thomas Olanyk Thlrd Row Ruth Uzdavxms, Marlon Wo1tk1elew1cz, John Goodrxch, Paul Charsky Georgearm DuFau1t, Marxan McM1llen, Prxscxlla Farrxck, Mary Baker, Wlllxam Zabko Rxchard Swaluk, Bernard Kahle, Sayla McClellan Beverly Guxlford, Mary Grnswold, James Pronowxtz, Edward LeC1a1r,Donald Graves, Joan Korpxewskl, James Grybko Gerald Baronoskl Second Row Lawrence Golonka, Stanley SKZWSKI Walter Rudmckx, Stanley Golash, Stephen Trenholm Edward Marchefka Mxchael Thompson JoAnn Sheldon, Mary Sokolosln, Arlene Laskoskx Patrxcxa Dube Grace Scudder Edward Kxlgour, Anthony Erman Wallace Wxllxams, Elame Klnnker Lols Batchelder, Sarah Wolfram, Sandra Stafursky, Barbara Zukowskx Gerald Pacxorek, Ronald Hutkoskx Fnrst Row Mlss Kxmball tAdVlSOl',, Mxrlam Brooks, Judxth Besse Patrxcxa Olymk, Irene Zajac l..ou1e Guerrxn Martha Graves Charles Sakowxcz Charles Parzxck, Elleen ZIUIIIOWSKI, Harry Schryver Paul Elle, Julxarma Sxbeleskx, Dorothy Rahckl, Carolyn Taylor, Mrs Davls, Mxss McCann fAdVlSOI'S, EIGHTH GRADE 'la J' Ftfth Row Katherxne Grybko Kathleen Chesk, Sandra Ra11ck1 Mnchael Russo, Wlllxam Melmck, George Slocombe, Juhan Goralsln George Pepper,W1ll1am Mono Dav1dSan1ck1, Sxdney Robxnson Russell Trumble, Douglas Baker, Marguerlte Grxswold, Dxane Laskowskx, Jean Dlckinson Fourth Row Karleen Wxlson, Donna Page, Jean Mogelmskl, Susan Clark, Agneswabeck, Janet Nawskon, Chrxstme Gadomskx, Barbara Pacwrek Marcxa Canney, Elaxne Wedge Ann MIIESIC., Andrea Korzan Joan Beaudry Kathermne Drozdal Jane G1bbs, Toph1e Nowak Charlotte Robmson, Ju11e Gamache, Regma Woleyko Thrrd Row Sylvxa Rosenthal, Maureen Moore Anastasxa Podlo, Francxs Wysockx, Davxd WoJtk1elew1cz, Davxd Warner Edward Mxeczkowskx, Edward Sherman John Boyden, Peter Thomas Dav1d Wells, Sam Hxrth, Kenneth Eber, Dav1d Rohrs Albert Adamskl Leona Anderson, Ann Staelens Karen Crafts Judxth Olearczyk Second Row Patrxcla Tkaczyk, Beatrlce Preston Beverly Palmxsano, Davld Swaluk, Paul Warner, Wxlllam Lapme, Carlton Peabody III, Mxtchell Serovuck, Peter Perhoms, Mary Susan Savage Peter Prutzman, Kenneth Andrews Jan Lankowskx, Rxchard Graves, Chrxstos Contakos, Robert Rodrxguez Davxd Soares, Barbara Demaradzln Carol Mercure First Row Mr Denesha, Anna McK1nnon Donna Stelskm, Patrlcxa Srbxlesln Margaret Thompson, Carol Kownackl, Myron Rokoszak, Barbara Finkowskx Thomas Herhhy Arlene Klmker Constance Baranoskx, Geraldme Klmker Patr1c1a Snuth, Janet Mowry Alyce Farmck, Mrs Taxnter, Mr Thomas 'Z 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 . 'Z 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 1 - i , . . , , . 1 1 . -1 - 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 Q I I U a SEVE TH GRADE Fifth Row David Bohonowicz, William Stafford Douglas Harris, Nicholas Sawkiw, Alan Farrar, Paul Filipkowski Richard Trumble, Russell Eugin, Stuart Watts, Charles Maiewsln Samuel Smith, David Sanders, James Ludwiczak, Ronald Price, John Haviland, and Edward Gritz Fourth Row Nancy Reed, Kathleen Muir Donna Telega, Barbara Skibiski, Donna Wedge, Aldine Anderson, Christine Samcki, Joyce Bohonowicz, Joanne Lankarge, Judith Noska, Bethany Lively Mariana Wolfram, Sharron Drown, Carol Jackoslu, Ruth Crafts, Elaine Mieczkowski, Jane Adler Janet Bagdon, Frances Konieczny, and Carole Podlesney. Third Row. Sophie Rokoszak, Freida Hayes Virginia Belford, Noreen Leary, James Zera, Marilyn Sibeleski Judith Rosenthal, Cynthia Carpenter, Gail Snicker, Patricia Kulessa, Cheryl Burnett, Jane Rutkowski, Linda Maynard, Janet Rosenthal, Sandra Boro, Barbara Banasiak, Rosemary Woodard Richard Tozloski Cheryl Chapin Rena Jackson, Mabel Robinson, Julie Zapka, and Susan LaBroad. Second Row: Robert Pos, FrankMastaliz Richard Kisloski, David Krostoski, Roger Baker, Thomas Peter- son, Donald Goscenski John Smiarowski, Kenneth Smith, Richard Ostrowski, Victor Yagodzinski George Trenh01m, Ronald Kulessa, Robert Trzcienski Frank Yazwinski Chester Sokoloski, Jonathan Gass, Law- rence Meunier, CarlPeterson Edward Ashman,William Nickerson,Roger Clapp. First Row: Mr. Ashenden, Mr. Ames Bruce Meunier, Frank Zoly, Robert Adamski William Sykes, William Bohonowicz, Class Offi- cers: Lawrence Recore, Secretary, Harold Wrisley, President Victor Waryas, Vice-President Andrea Nelson Treasurer, Kenneth Olanyk, Jeffrey Fawcett John Benjamin Richard Swiatek, Eugene Toczyd- IOWSKI, Mrs. Duryee and Mrs. Morrissey. gi? s TUDE T COUNCIL 'FM' Second row Mrs Spmdler, Charles Parzxck Peggy KISIOSKI, Harry Schryver Fxrst row John Merskx, John Whalen, Borys Pawluk, B111 Graves Thls year the student councll representmg the student body met wxth Mr A1v1no and thelr ad vlsor Mrs Spmdler to set up var1ous regulatlons for the school The student COUUC11 put on a Record Hop th1s fall and the money was used to buy chfferent school equ1pment On February 1 1958 the councll put on another dance 1n order to ralse money for a scho1arsh1p Wh1Ch w1l1 be glven to a sen1or gomg to college The student councll has not yet declded on what basls th1s sCho1arsh1p W111 be glven Rules about smoklng and chewmg gum were passed by the student counc11 th1s year One of the most Important rules was 1n regard to the new detentlon system ACTIVITIES I I Ubi! X X1 fag I1 " FIILIRS Q x0 If 0 ., LI' ' F' ' K .-riff I A' f I . p g 1 WI yI" A ' M' f I ,I , SI I WJ? i7 'Q Q FRO TIER REGIONAL BA D if Qi 4-as "' ,Q .Z Fxith row Carole Carter, Jackle Zabko, Jean LaBroad Peter Thomas, Ellzabeth Johnston Alec Kulessa Davnd Sanlckl W11l1am Mono, Andrew Rohrs, Sam Hlrth, Peggy Klsloslu Chrxstme G3d0lJ'LSkl Peter Perhoms Fourthrow Paulwarner, Davld Rohr: Ed Sherman, Martha Graves Carolyn L.aBroad, Charles Marcoullxer Ellen Bradley Leroy Wynne, Frank Olearczyk Bob Duda Paul Duda Ed l,eCl.ur Jane Kownaclu Lois Batchelder Roger Clapp Thlrd row Kathy Drozdal, Tony Contakos Agnes Wabeck, Bonme Blealdey Thomas Her lthy Joan Van Petersllge Barbara Dzenls, Ann Hutkoskx Davnd Barker Danxel Barker, Janet Rose Dorothy Clark, Larry Ashman, Wlllard Boyden, Helen Radow1cz,SaylaMcClel len Second row Marcla Canney Catherme Herlxhy Romona Skxbxslu Valarxe Smxarowskl, Neal Grover Mary Baker,Mary Savage Donna Page Sandra Swxft Elleen Zlmnowskl PatRob mnson, Elaxne Kllnker, Dolores Hutkoskx Janet Nawskon, Maman McM1llan, Rebecca Wholey, Mr Tamter Ftrst row Mary Recore Kathy Recore, Lorralne Graves Josephme Paclorek Vlrgmxa Wabeck, Barbara Banas, Sidney Robmson, Gary Lawrence, Steve Kassel, Karol Drozdal Jean Johnston, Sandra Lxpmskt Carol Melnxk Judy Grxtz, Pat Sadoskx, Ann Foster Q. 41 A 1,1 -- .J -f.. , F1fth Row Romona Sklblskx, Carol Page Ann Hutkowskl, Louxse Dumond, lngrld Olson, Betty Jekanowskyx Barbara Galenskx, Catherme Herlxhy, Vlrglllll Wabeck, Charlotte Boro, Car01Meln1k, Ann BFOZOWSKI Janet Rose, Patrxcia Kownackr Fourth Row Martha Sanders, Sandra Swxft Barbara Washburn, Noreen Wolfram, Maveret McClellan Betty Ralxckx, Margot Alhs, Rachel Rxce, Gall Hayes, Rudy Howes, Cynthxa Rodrxguez, Sandra LlplI'lSkl, Vxrgxma Melmk Rosemary Grxtz, Sayla McClellan Thxrd Row Valerxa Sxmarowskx, Norma Russo, Patr1c1a Sadosln Barbara Rudnxck1,Ann Zak, Margaret Kxsloskx, Joan Hudyma, Bonme Bleakly Marcxa Mowry Margaret Bagdon, Carol Grxtz, Cynthla Naperkowskx, Patrxcxa Mumblo Martha Graves, Ruth Uzdavmxs Second Row Barbara Zukowskx Sarah Wolfram, Dorothy Rahcln Mary Newcomb, Judy Kxlgour, Janet Mastaliz, L1ndaCanney, Rebeccawholley, Dxanne Benom, V1rg1ma Godamskx, Helen ZaJac, Carol Rogers, Carolyn Backxel Carolyn Taylor, Pat Robmson, Lorrame Graves Fxrst Row Mr Tamtor, Nancy Olanyk, Kathy Recore, Joan Clborowskm, Patrxcxa Warchol, Anne Taylor, Ehzabeth Johnston, Judy Sadowsky Jud1th Grxtz, Jeanne Johnston, Dlanne Sheppard, Mary Petroskl Patrlcla Ondras Katrma Schryver E GLEE CLUB I Q. 995' GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Rear Anne Taylor, Secretary Judxth Gritz Lxbrarxan Front Jeanne Johnston, Vxce Presxdent, Judy Sadowsky Presldent, Ellzabeth Johnston, Member at Large . ,z . , . , , . . . , ., ' '. ': " , , . . . , . , . , . . y . . , . . . , Y . ., . ,, . , . . . , 1 , , . . . ,, . . , -Q " ,. '1 V . 3 ,f ' f PL? T M i f Q. , V V ,L V , , M at ,QM 1, 4 I 'f , em" ,F fre, . z ,- A Z , 6,1 V I.. - AX , x , f ' ' i w 1 S ' f' 5 I . 1 S , ' , ' ' . 1 V , 4 , . Thtrd row Lorrame Graves, Jean LaBroad, Anne Foster, Jane Grybko Betty Jekanowskx Barb ara Chtlds Jeanne Johnston, Marlon Wrlsley Second row Mrs Ryan, Judxth Sadowsky Judtth Grttz, Barbara Rudntckl Barbara Dzems Martha Graves, Norene Wolfram, Joan Van Petersxlge Barbara Melmk VARSITY The VHISIIY our school newspaper ts a monthly publ1cat1on that contalns somethmg of lnterest to all Under the dlrectlon of Mrs Ryan supervlsor and Danny Alvmo edltor the newspaper staff can be seen on many an afternoon gatherlng news havlng lntervlews checkmg IIS gOSS1p box and typxng out manu scrxpts 1n preparauon for Its next publlcatlon l I I y I 1 ' ' , ' ' . : . ' , ' J I 0 First row: Pat Kownacki, Edward Crafts, Anne Taylor, Danny Alvino, Rachel Rice, Ruth Howes, Thlrd Row Helen Radowlcz Joanne Kllsenbauer Carole Carter, Gordon Wolfram Borys Pawluk, Davld Watts Leonard Wlnsky Chester Woltklelewlcz Barry Warger Jean LaBroad Joan Van Petersllge, Martha Graves Second Row Mrs La Plante lAdvlsorJ, Marlon Wrlsley, Iudlth Sadovusky Barbara Kllsenbauer, Jane Grybko Arme Taylor, Barbara Chllds, Ruth Howes, Cynthla Rodrlguez Llnda Canney Barbara Rudnlckl Mr Thomas QAdvlsorJ Flrst Row Maveret McClel lan John Whalen Patrlcla Kovmackl Barbara Melnlk Danle1Alvlno, Margot A1115 Rachel RICE, Edward Crafts, Gall Hayes Rosemary Grltz Anne Foster RRCDW Ed ln Chlef Margot All1s Asst Edltor MavaretMcCle1lan Bus Manager Dall1e1A1v1no W Llt Edltor Rachel Rlce . Senlor Edltor Gall Hayes . -I . . , , u ! 3 l ' Y I I . b Y I Y . , . , - . A V 7 . 1 ' Il - l - I -1 ' , , . ., ., . . ., . ' Y I P I V, f y gl 1 l 5 . . - V Q ' ll ff P ' -L " ,ilk Y ' Q .' I K3 .. 3 . ,- -, 4 K V 0 g . 1 I ' , ' , 4 . f l y X , A v - c Y . ' I I . . ' . . . CHEERLEADER I 4 I 1 f u 5 1 Standing: Rosemary Gritz, Norene Wolfram, BarbaraWashburn,Caro1e Gritz, Norma Russo, Patricia War chol. Kneeling: Mary Petroski, Jane Grybko, Anne Taylor, Patricia Ondras. 7' ' A Standmg Maveret McClellan Charlotte Boro, Betty Jekanowskx, Norma Russo, Lmda Canney Kneehng Margaret Bagdon Dxanne Benom, Cynthxa Rodnguez, Mary Grxswold Nancy Olanyk DRILL TE M MAJORETTE 5 r Q., 'S-3: Mary Recore, Lorrame Graves, Anne Foster Carol Melmk V1rgxmaWabeck Barbara Banas Jean Johnston Sandra Lxpmskx, Judxth Grmtz, Josephme Pacxorek, Patr1c1a Sadowskx, Kathlene Recore ' : , ' ' ' . ' : 1 1 ' ' ' V 1 . I Il 1 f i' ' rf e rg? if 35 'LH Q f 35 5 5 J Q Ff 2 f ' ' y f 5 - Y 5" - " f , 4 ' 'F ' 4 : s 4 ! v 1 2 ' f ef I jk, . ju k .. q v. - 'Q ,,,- T V, , 1 "'r A , I 5 ' W ' V ' l I l I lvl b ,J ,x n V . , Q f K - 1 N ' V , P - Q: W' A A C ' Q . A A.. Q-: ' Q , ' I Nz. e , J . , . . . , , ml Fourth Row Joseph Kisloski, Betty Jekanowski, Robert Ottinger, John Lankarge, David Barker, LeRoy Wynn Jon Clark, Walter Pekarski, William Bagdon Francis Golash, John Yestramski, W111iam Parzick, Barbara Banas, Walter Hutkoski Third Row Norene Wolfram, Judith Gritz, Janet Rose Arm Brozowski, Ann Hutkoski, Ingrid Olson, John Merski, Carol Melmk, Marion Parker, Mildred Sanders, Shirley Rockwood, Barbara Washburn, Josephine Paciorek, Marcia Mowry Second Row Margaret Bagdon William Graves, Sandra Lipinski Larry Wrisley, Mavie McClellan, Patricia Ondras, Barbara Rudnlki Paul Ralston,SteveHasse1, Morris Dwight, Richard Eunice Antes, Anne Zak, Mr Frigard fAdv1sorJ, Valerie Smiarowski, Lorraine Graves Helen ZaJak, Patricia Mumblo Janet Skawski, Patricia Warchol DRI ER EDUCATIO Robinson Larry Wrxsley J : ' ' K - ' 5 , . . . , . . . ,z , . . . . ., . . I Mills, Peter Telega. First Row: Patricia Robinson, Linda Sielski. Norma Russo, Dia.nne Dickinson- ' J VX 'ff ,sf ix, Q h x?'U 5 3 , .. A . h J . y . . Mr Frigard Barbara Rudmki Wil liam Graves, CarolMe1nik, Patricia FUTURE F RMERS GF MERICA if X M CHQ 4: - Third row M Morowski, B. Morrison, B. Golonka, D. Rowe, J. Wholey, D. Baldwin, A. Kulessa, W Sadowsky second row: P. Charsky, N. Grover, J. Grybko, S. Stokarski, B. Peterson, W Williams, J. Pronowicz, B. Nawskon. First row: H. Kocot, J. Merski, R. Culver, N Rose, F Parker, R. Baronas. MASS. DAIRY QUEEN Joan Van Petersilge Will be official Hostess at the United States Holstein Meeting in 1958 was chos- en as State Holstein Girl at the Eastern States Exposition received the Frank Atwood award for the best animal bred by a.n exhibitor, andthe American Legion Trophy for the outstanding 4-H'er at the Exposition. Brown Swiss calf Emerald Acres Lester Beauty placed first in the calf class, first in Showmanship, and Grand Champion at the Exposition. Emerald Acres Pansy Ann eight year old cow placed first and Grand Champion at Cummington Fair, Franklin County Field Day, M.S.B.A. Champion and named Grand Champion of Franklin County. Judged on the State Dairy Team at local fairs and Eastern States Exposition and was chosen to represent Mass. on the State Dairy Judging team at the National Dairy Cattle Club Congress in Waterloo, lowa. In Iowa Mass. team placed first in Ayershire judging and Joan placed third in the United States and Canada as an individual. ROGER CULVER Purebred Dairy Cattle Association presented certificate to Roger Cul- ver for outstanding F.F.A. work with purebred Ayershire Cattle. CHESS CLUB Thxrd Row Grace Scudder Kenneth Eber, Bernard Kahle, Tophxe Now ak, Elleen Wxlson, Raymond Wllson, Robert Jackson, Juhan Goralskl, Davld Samckx, Myron Rokoszak, Peter Thomas, John Howes, Mlchael Russo, Jane Glbbs, Susan Clark Regma Woleyko, Anastasxa Podlo Second Row Davxd Soares, Peter Per homs, Jan Lankowskl Peter Prutzman, Paul Ehe, John Boyden, Margaret Thompson, Barbara Pacxorek ward Marchefka Kenneth Andrews, Albert Adamslu Rxchard Graves, Edward Sherman Chrlstos Contakos Fnrst Row Robert Rodrxguez, Barbara Demaradzkl, Barbara Zukowskl, Donna Sxelsln, Barbara Fmkowskl, Patrxcxa Smxth Carlton Peabody III, John Pac1orek, R1chard Swaluk, Jean Dxckxnson, PatS1b11esk1, Carol Mercure Beverly Palmxsano Davld Swaluk, Mr Denesha LAdv1sorJ U ' ' x I I 1 Joan Beaudry, Judith Olearczyk, Carol Kovmacki, Karen Crafts, Andrea Korzan, Edward Mieczkowski, Ed- it 455 g A WTfXqW ilillfl W 'WM 4464 I Qi, Y' -a , , Q W 5 . y' A ' I Q I 1 ' Y wg I 5 " Q ' 1-R' X J X 1 v ' '.'- ,xi A J - I V new 45 -',4 l Y . I ' . : 'fg ' rf A- vi gf-15 2 -! , Qi," r , , f-114 -, - ,We '-59 1 HON. 'TIS ' 4. 4 'IJ' X W 1 r A 1 W -as 9 'N' J ' ' X Y mn SPCDRTS QX. XXL. X-Qifx PN--I, PQ My CB?-f" R QZZN sy cf Cfofffs fl, x 4 'X , 1 5 j 4 f M '4 5555 - Q15 "M , 1,7 f Vf ' qi O ' .qf.4,, VJ-fl' ff' Q T 'Z' ,fw I .Q xr., XX b' 1 Ax .QJ-V 4! " Af' X 211 "fs ":F!f,J ' J! 4 5,,,,.- K N xr, X A ,ff ' . N A' X , 19 DANNY ALVINO The Fronuer Reg1onal Football Team 1n lts second year was a vastly lmproved club despite. IES record The prevlous year s lettermcn d1d much 1n holdlnglt together Wlfh a good SO11d front wall whlch gave oppos1ng lmemen and backs much dlfflculty all year Agaln as 1n the f1fSI year of football e were lacking reserve strength due to asmall squad Many of Saturday s games are won on week days and the fact we could not work as hard durmg the week 1n preparmg for the games d1d not a1d our efforts Every team we played had nothlng but pralse for our boys and some coaches ad m1tted that breaks alone gave them the w1n rather than a loss We started out 1n what was predlcted to be a walk away aga1nst a strong Amherst ED CRAFTS team and although havmg the ball most of the JOHN WHALEN t1me our boys playlng a wonderful game lost 7 0 on a fumbled punt Our next tr1p to South Hadley again proved our defenslve strength and wound up a t1e game at nothmg to nothlng Mahar Reglonal the next opponent x on 6 0 after a very good game Another bad center was respons1ble for thls score Our one chance of score was offset by an 0ff1C131 gettlng 1n the way of Danny Alvmo who looked as though he was go1ng for the dlstance The Murdock game played on a muddy f1eld was probably the only game all year 1n which our boys were out classed However 1f you w1ll look at the record you w1ll see Murdock scored heavlly agamst all IIS op ponents Agamst Ware another strong foe played I aga1n on a wet f1eld we had four starters out of the game and started four freshmen who gave a very good account of themselves Experlence 1S a big factor and Ware won thls LEN WINSKY game 19 0 DAVE WATTS Our tradxtlonal Arm1st1ce Day Game was agam supposedly to be an easy vtctory for Arms Academy but our boys playmg the best game of the year were a determlned hard h1tt1ng team and the game could have been eas1ly the upset of the football season Posting a 6 0 lead at halftxme the boys returned and looked as lf II were golng to be a w1n for Frontxer Only an 1nsp1red Arms team wlth a good passing attack fmally scored and golng 1nto the last quarter wxth about two mmutes to play 1ntercepted a Frontler pass whxch gave them a hard earned vlctory ln summarzzmg the season although the record book w1ll have II as no wms f1ve losses and one t1e the team gave all ll had W1th more boys lnterested we hope future Frontxer teams w1ll glV6 the opposmg team many scares before each season comes to a close The Semor boys who have played the1r last game of football for Frontler can be proud that they played on a team whxch never gave up and d1d not have nearly the experlence and reserve strength possessed by many of IIS r1vals Many of these boys w1ll glve a good account of themselves 1n future gr1d1ron wars S '1 ' 1 . I . l f .1 x . . . , . ,uf 'W 5 1 F AQ. . . . , ' , A ' , W I , , L . , . ' ' x., w,.-'ZQEU " ": I '.".f:5".,Ef"Y, ' . 1 1 4, ,sul .1-1 5 ...L . . . 1 P . - 4' , g y f A 1 v B li ' - - A 1 v H A , , , , I I I - 1 - I Y I I I I I I U D A I ' I . . Fxrst Row Edward Crafts, Tony Ostrowskx, Ray Equ1, Leonard Wxnsky, John Whalen, Davld Watts, Damel Alvmo J Borys Pawluk Second Row Coach Joseph Gallant, Jerry Paclorek, Mlke Thompson Ed Kulgour B111 Graves, Charley Sakowxcz Tom Olanyk, Dlck Swaluk, John Paclorek Thxrd Row Charley Thompson, John Mersk1 John Lankarge John Baker, Bernard Golanka, Leonard Ostrowskl Peter Telega we Q ' QW Rx xx' Bxg John Whalen bulls hxs way to a fxrst down agamst Arms on Armxstlce Day 3 n4l 4 -I ' b y F., ' . 'I Q 1 1 4 - .1 2 1 r . K I o , , 6-1! f, 'ict fe .v7",,, ... M W v ..- , VA N 1 . 04 , Y M .. :A , Ivlqvi K1 A , 4, Q , Q , J ,pw-:,N I ,gt - l A ' "': xr - , ' , W Y 5 e 1 f 'QAM V.: 1.3 .W , 1 y. . uh. Q' ' ' Q- , ' t , , L, , , 2 5A D 7 f Q f f . 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' .1 F A - . 1 'A' A , D.. .,v,,4.i 'A ,:, -' ff' ' . . ."'-'--4- rw' -Tr: vi' -. --1" '- -' ro" 2 1355 1 l"' .AH Left to rxght John Merslu Pete Telega Tony OSKFOWSKI and Borys Pawluk Amherst Regwnal South Hadley Mahar Reglonal Murdock Ware Arms Academy Them Us 19 0 13 6 6 Qu? axes is vixrsi dom P-wmo m silce Uv! nav"'feg,, on P99 wad off we new PST 31 195 Danny Alvmo off on a frfteen yard 1aunt around Arms Academy s left end J V FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Mahar Regnonal School Mahar Regxonal School Greenfxeld Jumor Hxgh Greenheld Jumor Hlgh Them ,L 1 ,YI INN W x N43 MAN Thxrd Row Vxctor Waryas, Raymond W1lson, Charles Thompson, Stuart Watts, Leonard Ostroskl Robert Jackson Second Row Coach Ames, Edward Kxlgour, Rlchard Swaluk, Mxchael Thompson, Thomas Olanyk Charles Sakovucz, Manager John Pacxorek Fxrst Row John Gass, Pau1E11e, Law rence Golenka, Carlton Peabody, Harry Schryver, Gerald Baronowskl, Gerald Pacxorek -qv-f""" V . 2 5 J JT K Y Q51 I. ,Q 3 , M1 lt I A A X.. A -Q . X 5- .ge 1 , , Us M1 N K V - A 7 6 :fr 5-',2f'2"'+3 '. ,,:' 1, ' '12 0 "'T"'eEf1f?".fS"-li" ' ' ' 19 13 L1-2 p"g' , '12 .-li I M H W - ' ' ' 0 6 ..:.1:--swf,"bfHF,f'r 'Y ' f . 1 . . ,, v 4' ' . ' 'Z ' VARSITY BA KETB LL TE M am Standing: Coach Moczulewski, Robert Petrovic, John Whalen, Edward Crafts, Peter Telega, John Paciorek, Manager. Sitting: John Clark, Daniel Alvino, Jr., Chester Wotjkielewicz, Raymond Equi, Leonard Winsky, Anthony Ostrowski. December December January January January January February February February February Home Games Away Games 'South Hadley 'Smith Academy 'St. Michaels 'Smith School 'Mahar Regional Commerce H.S., 'Pioneer Regional Amherst Regional 'Hoplins Academy 10 17 3 10 17 31 7 11 18 'Arms Academy 'Denotes 'Wins 'Pioneer Regional 'Ware 'Amherst Regional Hopkins Academy 'Arms Academy 'South Hadley 'Smith Academy Mahar Regional 'St. Michaels Third row Leonard Ostrowski Charles Parzick Charles Thompson Robert Crafts, Bernard John Goodrich Larry Golonka Ronald Hutkoski John Paciorek, Manager First row Gerald Paciorek John Lankarge, David Baldwin Norman Rose Richard Rowe, John Yestramski In winning thirteen of its eighteen games the 195 -1958 Frontier Junior Varsit Basketball Team turned in its most successful season in the history of the school. During the season the J, V, swere ableto provide many exciting moments for Frontier fans. Highlights of the season were double victories over Hopkins South Hadley and Arms' a sudden-death win over Pioneer Regional' and a thrilling last-second 47-46 victory over Maher Regional. Along with being rewarding as far as the won-lost record was concerned the .I,V, season was also largely successful in that several of the freshmen gave promise of future success with Frontier varsity ballclubs. Golonka, Thomas Olanyk. Second row: Mr. Sandler, Coachg Charles Sakowicz, Edward Kilgour, . 7 y Third row: Katherine Recore, Timerg Lorraine Graves, Patricia Ralicki, Barbara Banas, Ruth Howes, Mary Ann Ralicki, Georgianna Dufault. Second row: Patricia Kownacki, Managerg Carol Rodgers, Linda Sielski, Virginia Wabeck, Shirley Rockwood, Elaine Klinker, Margot Allis, Ass't Managerg Mrs. Davis, Coach. First row: Betty Jekanowski, Kathy Murphy, Judy Kilgour, Barbara Melnik, Captaing Anne Zak, Margaret Bagdon. GIRL ASKETB LL GIRLS' BASKETBALL SCHEDULE January 10 January 14 January 28 February 7 February 11 February 21 Amherst Hopkins Turners Falls Amherst Smith Academy Hopkins Away Home Home Home Home Away The girls' basketball team was coached by Mrs. Hazel Davis and man- aged by Pat Kownacki, who was assisted by Margot Allis. Barbara Melnik was captain. Although the girls had an un- successful season, they displayed fine sportsmanship and showed improve- ment. With the improvement shown this year, the girls are looking forward to a better season next year. Back row Paul F1l1pkowsk1 Mlke Russo Juhan Goralskl, Russel Eugxn, Myron Rokoszak, Stuart Watts row John Snuarowskx Albert Adamskx, Francxs Wysockl, Edward Mxeczkowskx Carlton Peabody, Chester Sokoloskx JU IOR HIGH BASKETBALL TE M Second row: Harold Wrisley, Frank Mastaliz, Victor Waryas, Robert Pos, John Gass, Mr. Ames. Third BUSYN BUSY X -.1 K N "W BUSY W f D- N Mr Kuo, Mrs Bessho, Mr Alvmo, Mrs Kagawa, Mrs Mastahz, Professor Agurl, Mr Morlkawa Professor Agurx Mrs Bessho, Mrs Kagawa, Mr Mornkawa Left Mrs Mastalxz Mrs Cowles, Mr Kuo, M Van Petersllge Mrs Puchalskx, Mrs Petrosk1 Mr Alvino Rxght Mr. Morlkawa, Mr Agurl, Mrs. Kagawa., Mrs Bessho, Mrs Horst, Mrs Page, Mrs Graves A VISIT FROM JAPAN We were honored on February 1958 to have four Japanese people VISII our school They were Mr Klku Morxkawa chxef dxrector of Japan s NLIIIIIIOIUSIS ASSOCIHIIOH and the ASSISIHDI to Sectlon Chlef of Publlc Health DIVISION Professor Kazuyoshl Ogurl M D Tokyo Um versxty Faculty of Educatlon QDept of Healthy Mrs Hldeko Bessho MD Nutr1t1on and Chemlstry at Doshlsha Women s College Kyoto Japan Mrs Aya Kagawa Pres1 dent of the Women s Nutrmon Jun lor College slnce 1950 who has wrltten many books on cooking and nutr1t1on One of our cafeterla ladles Mrs Petroskl sang the Japanese Nat1on al Anthem to our guests is 5 . f 1 l ' . . 1 1 . . . 1 . . 1 1 - 1 1 ' . 1 - 1 . 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CLEARY'S IEWELERS DIAMONDS WATCHES CLOCKS SILVERWARE GIFTS EXPERT REPAIRIING Mcun Street GREENFIELD MASS GREENFIELD :S SPRINGFIELD EXPRESS E R GUNN Proc SUNDERLAND MASS NO 5 200 COIVIPLINENTS OF H I G H W A Y ELECTRIC SHOP A M H E R S T MOTOR SALES INC FORD SALES d SERVICE 78 Sunderland Road AMHERST MASS TeI AL 3 2505 MARIES YARN SHOP 194 Mcun Street GREENFIELD MASS Fe-cm, Q BOTAI Y BERINAT IMPOR S FLEISHER SRETLAND IOHN S WESTCOTT 6: SON 127 Sunderland Road AMHERST MASS STORAG CRAI ING ard RA KING C1 Id nad AL, ne 32'IO5 rv ' I - - I A 'Y , . , . . TQ L A , . an C , . I I . . , . FURNITURE ana PIANO MOVING 'wrgrm , L, ma ,, T. .A ,N Q, 1 A .Q . J - ' - I T L V V ' ' I I - Imgnt an .G fy '1 - L - - - - - COMPLIMENTS OE STACY S VARIETY STORE COMPLIIVIENTS OF CONWAY MASS CONWAY INN WE SERVE THE BEST CONWAY MASS SEALTEST ICE CREAM TI-IE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1958 THE IOHN F MCNERNEY INSURANCE AGENCY HELEN C M NERNEY Ag t COMPLIMENTS OF GERMAIN S GARAGE CONWAY MASS COMPLIMENTS OE THE GABLES FOOD SHOPPE BANQUETS AND PARTIES A SPECIALTY th SOUTH DEERFIELD MASS COMPLIMENTS OE KENNETH H RICE M D soUTH DEERFIELD MASS. COMPLIMENTS OE KING STREET PACKAGE STORE NORTHAMPTON MASS. - - I Congratulations and Best Wishes to , I . c , en I On e Greenfield Road STONEWALL FLOWER SHOP CUT FLOWERS and FLORAL DESI NING 185 Sugarloaf Street SOUTH DEERFIELD MASS e NOrrnc1r1dy 5 2596 Bernard Armes COMPLIIVIENTS OF P L U M B AUTO SUPPLY COIVLPANY NORTHAMPTON MASS COMPLIMENTS OF POLISH AMERICAN CITIZENS CLUB SOUTH DEERFIELD MASSACHUSETTS Phon IOSEPH A SCHAFF GUILD OPTICIAN 27 Federal Street e PResCott 3 5377 Comphmerlts of FARRELL REALTORS REAL ESTATE GENERAL INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE Frcmcrs A Farrell Ifcxrron T Farrell GREENFIELD MASS Tel PR 3 3686 FOR SMART FEMININE APPAREL It s ALIBER S In GREENP11-:LD MASS Comphmerrts of C E PARSONS WAYSIDE ELECTRIC SHOP WIRING APPLIANCES REPAIRS 327 Mcnn Street SOUTH DEERFIELD MASS Phone NO 52020 I,1 . - I I I GREEN-FIELD' MASS' 91f2 Federal Street COMPLIMENTS OE S 6 I ARMY-NAVY Main Street GREENFIELD, MASS. LEO'S ESSO SERVICE QUALITY PETROLEUM PRODUCTS "A Satisfied Customer Is Our Best Advertisement" 307 Deerfield Street GREENFIELD, MASS. Leo Togneri, Prop. COMPLIMENTS or COCA COLA COMPANY 366 North Kmg Street NORTHAMPTON MASS CoMPL1MENTs or GRAVES EQUIPMENT NC 306 Kmg Street NORTHAMPTON MASS Telephone IU 4 3950 G R E E N F I E L D DAIRY COMPANY Home of SNOW S ICE CREAM HOMOGENIZED MILK 80 School Street GREENFIELD MASS ooMPL1MENTs or BARRETT 6: BAKER 306 310 Mum Street GREENFIELD MASS SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES PERSONAL LOANS C O N W A Y NATIONAL BANK CONWAY MASS Tel Northampton IU 4 9763 ROSE S RESTAURANT Amer cz Ch cken n Bo ket d SDUQDGIII D Steoks ord Cliop Itfz IG P12 C1 G nder cmd Rov Q Go Q p C1 lo CI Route 5 Near Lcxurel Park Sovmgs Dept Checkm A counts NORTHAMPTON MASS , I , . , . . , . , . I tc r1-- I ' . s on , ' Inner.: I rt - 'z, ri F5 . Ioli Polish --Piero I, l m ki nd , . Klel os Dmxers , . I . 3 C . . l 1 S 1 1 l IAMES P WALKER 6: SONS PLUMBING HEATING 22 Thayer Street SOUTH DEERFIELD MASS hone NOrmor1dy 5 2182 Comphmermts of STANLEY S BAKERY B eod S1 ci Poity Bok d Dolly S cal Ord rs Tok r Wecldrlg B Hdfxy or P r y Oak 17 Elm Street SOUTH DEERFIELD MASS Tel NO 5 2107 SUNNY BROOK FARM VLCLIALSLLS Or ALL RINLJD AT OUR FARM SUNDERLAND MASS Ivhchoel Tele-:xo ci Son Prop COMPLIMENTS OF SILVER LANE PICKLE CO EAST HARTFORD coNN MICHAEL TELEGA Local Agent SUNDERLAND MASS COMPLIMENTS OF THE PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY SOUTH DEERFIELD MASSACHUSETTS Comphments of MAYS BEAUTY SALON COMPLIMENTS OP mm Skeet WALT'S PHARMACY SOUTH DEERFIELD, MASS. Moy Redmond Turotl, Proprletor Iosepmne Mlezko, Operotor Phone NO 5 2331 114 Mcnn Street GREENFIELD, MASS. I I X , Y H ' . r e 1 pe 1 e ' e . on ' ' . , iri. I , fx t es ANTHONY I OSTROWSKI Proprietor P 1 ' A H I 4 omrehments OI L A P I E R R E S ELECTRIC SHOP INC YOU CAN BE SURE IE ITS WESTINGHOUSE GREENFIELD and SHELBURNE FALLS MASSACHUSETTS COMPLIMENTS OE GREENFIELD SAVINGS BANK WAINSHAL S GREENFIELD S LARGEST FURNITURE STORE G R E E N F I E L D RECORDER GAZETTE FRANKLIN COUNTYS OWN NEWSPAPER E A S T E R N TEXTILE COMPANY D1str1butors of COTTON NYLON SPUN RAYON WOOLEN DRESS GOODS AND UPI-IOLSTERY MATERIAL Power Square Since 1792 GREENFIELD MASS Telephone PR 3 7516 OUR CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OE I958 THE FRANKLIN SAVINGS INSTITUTION The Bank on the Corner GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS I I l GREENFIELD, MASS. Tel, PR 3-3015 BILLINGS DRUG STORE DOINALD P WELLS Prop 16 or THE REXALL STORE SOUTH DEERFIELD MASS Tel NO 5 3836 omplmems cf FISHER S GARAGE COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE SOUTH DEERFIELD MASS TeI NO 5 206C Res NO 5 9561 FOR THE BEST WORK CLOTHES SHOE REPAIRS GS I SZELEVVICKI SOUTH DEERFIELD MASS DQMRLWENTS OF DR R A MAHONEY BORON S MARKET MEATS GRDCERTES Gnd VEGETABLES BONDSVILLE Phone sosw4 SOUTH DEERFIELD Phone NO s 4670 S CS- H GREEN STAMPS WITH EVERY PURCHASE 22 Elm Street Free Dehvery Ccmpl TTSDIS O GORDON AINSWORTH REGISTERED LAND SURVEYDR Comphments of DEERFIELD STREET MARKET IOHN cmd ANNE KIKOSKI GREENFIELD MASS COIHQIIUTSHIS of BILLS SHELL STATION GOODRI H TUBELESS TIRES 451 Federal Street WILLIAM WAITE Propnetor Tel 3 9061 T rv ' AND SUNDIAL SRQES 1 S 1 , f DEERFIELD SERVICE STATION Q fpu ,fgmb Route 5 6. 10 GL D FRAL PDAIRING ROAD NWV C HOTEL WARREN OLD DEERFIELD MASS 3 3 SUGAR LOAF PI KLES ard EELISHES D M IEWETT INC SOUTH DEERFIELD MASSACHUSETTS PACIOREK S MARKET SOUTH DEERFIELD MASS Pnone N0 5 2191 e N Blue 6: Whlte Store IIQUORS WINFS and GROCERIES O 5 3885 Free Le lvery 0 fmw NTS OF WALTERS FOOD CENTER 131 Mum Street SOUTH DEERFIELD MASS Te 5 73C ONPLI fEIXJTS HOSLEY BROS SOUTH DEERFIELD MASS l 3 1, :E-f' OF - PR ACAQEAIA A I A H C I A , . . , . CDMPLIMENTS OF yo RRIS.S:EY,S Q I n J I I T 1, A J D 2' Ci C I r. ' OF 1. -2 - D I I I n CQMPLIMENTS OP DEERFIELD INN DEERFIELD MASSACHUSETTS CQPAPLIMENTS OF COMPUMENT3 QF PLEASANT CLEANERS GRAVES RESTAURANT 252 Federal Streei GREENFIELD MASS 6. 10 Route 5 Comer of Mum cmd Elm Streets WHATELY MASS SOUTH DEERFIELD MASS CONPLIMENTS OF WHATELY MASSACHUSETTS Telepw e INC mandy 5 4527 WOODWARD INSURANCE AGENCY 14 Elm Street HATFIELD MASSACHUSETTS LASALLE FLCRISTS COMPLIMENTS OF FRONTIER REGIONAL CHESS CLUB EIGHTH GRADE FRESHMEN GEORGE FLYNN GENERAL CONSTRUCTION SOUTH DEERFIELD MASS SUNDERLAN D PACKAGE STORE JOHN MOLITORES P p t I NO 52571 COMPLIMENTS OF SOUTH DEERFIELD MASS WALTER L SADOWSKY I M A S O N SOUTH DEERFIELD MASS 1 O dy 5 4447 CHESTER PIELOCK BANANA KING SOUTH DEERFIELD MASS COMPLIMENTS OF F OURNIER S MARKET CONWAY MASS I I I Compliments of I , ro rie or - I Te .1 - TI I ' Il , FOR'I'IER'S BARBER SHOP Brick -- Block- Plaster I , . I l , Te .1 N rmcn - ' I I A T Comphments of I CCMPEIMENTS OF PATS PACKAGE STORE 100 Main Street GREENFIELD MASS COMPLIMENTS BRAFF 6 RICH Main Street GREENFIELD MASS COMPLIIVIENTS OF BILL S RESTAURANT GREENFIELD MASS COMPLIMENTS OF S S KRESGE 6: COMPANY GREENFIELD MASS PI-IILCO TELEVISION MAYTAG and BENDIX DEALER FORD RANGE OIL FUEL OIL GASOLINE L A KOHLER INC GREENPIELD TURNERS FALLS Amherst Road SUNDERLAND MASS NO 5 3818 T E N N E Y F A R M S MILK CREAM ICE CREAM 338 Hlgh Street GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS Te-Iephore PR 3 5258 . OE Compliments of Your HOUSE of WALSH AMHERST MASS MORE THAN A TOGGERY A COLLEGE INSTITUTION C n OMRLIMENTS OE ENTERPRISE INC GREENFIELD MASS VOGUE SHOP K R STEVENS Op ThC READY TO WEAR HOME FURNISHINGS COMPLIMENTS OE CHARRON PHARMACY GREENFIELD MASS COMPLIMENTS OE NORTHAMPTON CO OPERATIVE AUCTION MURRAY EISKE M EMERALD ACRES FARM REGISTERED HOLSTEINS BROWN SWISS COMPLIMENTS OE HI L L T O P BOX 6. PALLET SHOP WILLIAMSBURG, MASS COIor1y 8 4440 COIIIPLIMENTS OF YOUR A 6. P MANAGERS and CLERKS l u - - - I fq' V , ,I U I I Southwick Suits ' Custom lot' mg I i Ladies' Country Clothing Comphments of p osite e ommon cmd , . Comphments OI cmd , cmuger Compliments Cf RICHARD'S CANDY KITCHEN HOMEMADE ANDIES Route 5 6. 10 DEERFIELD MASS HARRY LIEBMAN FARMS SO DEERFIELD MASS Comphments of W S CASSIDY INC PONTIAC SALES GREENFIELD and TURNERS FALLS ANDYS TEXACO SERVICE PCR FRIENDLY SERVICE Route 5 6. IU WHATELY MASS 9 H S RUDDOCK DIAMONDS WATCHES cmd SILVERWARE 291 Mcun Street GREENFIELD MASS PReSCott 2 H380 HAMPSHIRE MOTOR SALES INC Soles cmd ServIce LINCOLN MERCURY 280 Kmg Street NORTHAMPTON MASS e IUstIce 4 6207 Best WISheS CARLS TEA ROOM ECR DINNER OR A SNACK RCvEIAADE ICE CREAN Mum Street GREENFIELD MASS TOMS STEAMED JUMBO HOT DOGS GRINDERS SANDWI HES OE ALL KINDS Route 5 6 IU WHATELY MASS f-" XJ I l I I I , . - . , . I.G.W.S.I.G.T l , , I . Li -C Tl.: ' A ' I I I . f" Alt A X1 , . , , 1 l i I 3 l 1 i THE STOCKADE STEAK SEA FOOD CHOPS FOUNTAIN SERVICE SANDWICHES HOMEMADE PIES BANOUET OLD DEERFIELD MASS RED 6 WHITE SUPER MARKET Your One Stop Food Centre 1n SUNDERLAND QUALITY FOODS CHOICE MEATS EVFREDY STAMPS COMPLIMLNTS OF HARRY SPUNGIN Furr1er 28 Chapman Street GREENFIELD MASS COMPLIMENTS OF C O N W A Y SAVINGS BANK CONWAY MASS GREENFIELD MASS ARTHUR K STRAHAN Te1 PR 4 4351 HAROLD B ALLEN INC Sc:11es SGYVICG INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 409 Federal Street GREENFIELD MASS D1a1 PR 3 6316 3 7284 Best of Lucl' to THE CLASS OF 1958 THE DEERFIELD VALLEY MOTEL MOHAWK MUSIC SERVICE I ' ' 'Z ' ' 1 - PR - U V11 Hem of COMPLIMENTS OE G O U L D G A L v 1 N s FURNITURE COMPANY PACKAGE STQRE FURNITURE RUGS APPLIANCES GREENFIELD MASS Tel PR 3 5537 AL S BOWLING CENTER AUTOMATIC PIN CENTERS Open Da1Iy 3 PM to II PM Saturdays and Sundays 1 PM to II PM GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS COMPLIMENTS OF MOHAWK RESTAURANT GHEENEIELD MASS VALLEY AUTO TRIM SHOP COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE UPHOLSTERING SEAT COVERS CONVERTIBLE TOPS YARD GOODS FOR SALE AUTO GLASS CUT AND INSTALLED 798 No Klng Street NORTHAMPTON MASS I E CYSZ Proprletar Comphments of GEORGE FLYNN GENERAL CONSTRUCTION SOUTH DEERFIELD, MASS. COMPLIMENTS OF EDWARD D. CRAFTS, SR. ff , K I "Where You Buy the Best for Less" I XJ WARREN KAY VANTINE SIUIIIU Ne llfflelally serving the members ef the class of H153 IHI , ,l.


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