Frontier Regional High School - Arrow Yearbook (South Deerfield, MA)
- Class of 1959
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Sc1ent1sts tell us lt IS now poss1ble to convert lead or 1ror1 1nto gold The cost for br1ng1ng about th1s
change from lead to gold IS approx1mately one m1ll1on dollars per ounce The quest1on now before us IS
IS It worth while?
Th1s problem rem1nds me very much of the quest1on before most parents and taxpayers The problem
of convert1ng an average young man or young woman 1nto a h1gh school graduate IS a most expens1ve pro
cedure both for parents and taxpayers who ma1nta1n our educauonal 1nst1tut1ons After lookmg over the
class of graduatmg students carefully we are forced to ask whether th1s tremendous expend1ture of money
1S worth wh1le
Only you who are students and who have had so much money spent on your educat1on can g1ve us the
answer to th1s questlon We do not expect lt 1mmed1ately or even Wlthln the next few years The answer Wlll
come when the future d8Cld6S what sort of c1t1zens you are and what type of fam1ly you form If the next
generation and our country IS better off for all the educat1on you have receu ed at Front1er Reg1onal School
then the cost 1nvolved has been worth wh1le
To quote from an ed1tor1al that appeared th1s w1nter IH a local newspaper Frontler Reg1onal School
can feel proud of 1tS young folks who ln sports educat1on and SOClCty have been settmg standards far
above those of previous generat1ons "
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Very often courtesy and consmderatlon for others seem rare 1n the rush of our busy deal
lngs with one another When extreme eff1c1ency fastldlous groommg an ever present w1ll1ng
ness to serve k1ndness and f1rmness mlraculously proportloned and endless patlence are
added to these other qual1t1es the result IS a person who approxunates that legendary dream
of every administrator and businessman the ldeal secretary
Most of us here at Frontler Reglonal School have come to reahze what an outstandmg
person Betty Harris Hollingsworth ls, but we don't take the tlme often enough to let her know
how we feel This dedication of the 1959 ARROW to Betty IS our 1nsuff1c1ent and belated way of
saying that we think she's a wonderful person and a valued frlend to all of us.
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ROW ONE qLeft to Righty Mrs EdnaBeatt1e Mrs Ethel La Plante Mr Burchard Talnter Mr George Cowan Mr John Frigard Mrs
Mrs Mary Ryan Mrs Hazel Davis Mr W1ll1arn Coughlm Supt Harriet Enoch ROW THREE Mr Robert O'Connor Mr Robert
Prm Robert Hoye Mr Dan1elSull1van Mrs Al1ceSp1ndler Mrs Denesha Mr Lesl1e Thomas Mr Maxwell Moczulewski Mr
LOIS McAfee Mrs Eunlce Flske Miss Catherme Peterson ROW Donald MacDonald Mr W1ll1am Ames Mr Clifford Parker Mr
TWO Mrs Joan Tamter Mr Dav1dAshenden Mr Jack Ph1ll1ps John Edgar
Mrs Ann Morrxssey Mxss Viola Goodnow Mrs Jeannette Field
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4 'My True Securlty fmallst 4
Pet Peeve Women drinkers
Pet Expresslon Oh Mother!
Interests Sports Driving Men
Dance Comm1ttees 1 2 3 4 Honor Roll 1 Prom Commlttee 4 Dramatics Club
2 4 School News Reporter 2 Latm Banquet 2 Servxce Award 2 Office Helper 2
Softball 3 4 Latln Banquet 3 Drlver Educatlon 3 "Arrow" Staff 4 Fxeld Hockey
Ambxtlon To be a medical secretary
MARGARET TI-IERESA BAGDON ' eggy'
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Captaln 4 Honor Roll 1 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Dance Com
mittees I 2 3 4 Music Festlval 1 2 3 4 Spring Concert 1 2 3 4 Latin Banquet
2 3 Softball 3 4 Drill Team 3 Driver Education 3 Field Hockey 4 Co captaxn
4 Senior Concesslon 4 Prom Committee 4 Ad Staff 4 Assistant Editor of
"Varslty ' 4
Ambxtion To be a physlcal educat1on teacher
Pet Peeve Laps
Pet Expression No kidding'
Interests Sports Reading Food
WILLIAM JOSEPH BAGDON
Ambition To be a success
Pet Peeve 'Show of s"
Pet Expression "Oh Yea.h?'
BARBARA ANN DARLENE BANAS "Barb"
Basketball 1,2,3,4, Dance Committee 1,2,3,4, Drum Majorette 2,3,4, Honor Roll
3, Play 2, Music Festival 2,3,4, Spring Concert 2,3,4, Driver Education 3,
"Arrow" Ad Staff 4, Prom Committee 4
Ambition To be a nurse
Pet Peeve School lunches
Pet Expression "You know "
Interests Sports, television, radio
Latin Banquet 2 Driver Education 3 Prom Committee 4
Interests Bowling Flshmg Hikes TV, WPTR Cars Girls
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DAVID LAWRENCE BARKER Dave
Dramatics 1 2 3 4 Dance Committee 1 4 Band 2 3 4 Arms Academy Model
Congress Representatwe 4 Prom Committee 4
Ambition Chemlcal Engineer
Pet Peeve Hlghway mopes
Pet Expression 'Idon t know "
Interests Skiing Swimming Boating Skating Cars Girls Dramatics
WILLIAM BARONAS JR Bill'
F F A Dairy Cattle Judglng Team 1 2 34 F F A Treasurer 1 2 Tractor
Driving Team 1 F F A Representatlve to Kansas City Mo 2 Driver Educa
tion3 F F A Sentinel Prom Comm1ttee4
Pet Expression Don't sweat it"
Interests Cars Travel Skxing
M ARIANN KAREN BOHONOWIC Z Mariann '
Chorus 2 3 4 Music Festival 2 3 4 Drxver Educatxon 3 Bookkeepmg Award 3
Typlng Award 3 Dance Committee 3 Arrow" Ad Staff 4 Shorthand Award 4
Office Assistant 4 Secretary to Mrs Fiske 4 Prom Comm1ttee 4
Ambition Telephone Operator
Pet Peeve Shorthand
Pet Expression "All Right'
Interests Reading People Springfield Mickey " 'The Bug"
ANN LOUISE BRZOZOWSKI "Boz
Chorus 1 2 3 4 Honor Roll 1 4 Music Festival 1 2 3 4 Concert 1 2 3 4 Band 2
Latin Banquet 2 Driver Education 3 Semor Concession 4 Arrow Ad Staff 4
Prom Committee 4
Ambltion To become an X ray technician
Pet Peeve Homework
Pet Expression "Son of a gun'
Interests Skating Swunmlng Boys Skiing Llstenxng to popular
records Riding around Tobogganmng Going to outdoor
movies Dancing Basketball Games Graves's Restaurant
Bowling Taboo C lub
ROBERT E CRAFTS Bob'
Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 Manager 1 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Dance Committee
1 Driver Educatwn 4 Prom Commlttee 4
Pet Peeve Homework
Pet Expression "Prove 1t"'
Interests All sports
ROGER A CULVER Rog'
Basketball 1 Baseball 1 F F A Secretary 1 V1ce Presxdent 2 Presldent
3 4 Judglng Teams Poultry 1 Dalry Cattle 2 Mllk 4 Awards Purebred Dairy
Cattle Breeders 3
Ambition To own mv own busmess
Pet Peeve Lazy people
Pet Expressxon 'How s that get ya?'
Interests Hunting flshmg Carolyn
DIANNE RUTH DICKINSON D"
Chorus 1 MUSIC Festlval 1 Drill Team 1 Latin Banquet 2 Driver Educatlon 3
Fxeld Hockey 4 Ad Staff 4 Prom Commlttee 4 Senlor Concesslon 4 Football
TlCk9l Commxttee 4
Amb1t1on To be a nurse
Pet Peeve Dornmeermg women
Pet Expressxon ' Darn It alll'
Interests Reading Dancmg Muslc Sports Driving
KAROL W DROZDAL Digg r'
Science Club 1 Baseball Manager 1 2 Dance Commlttee 1 2 34 Band 2 3
Basketball Manager 2 Sprmg Concert 2 3 Muslc Festlval 2 3 Industrxal Arts
Pet Peeve School lunches Certaln Hadley glrls
Pet Expression Polish expresslons
Interests Girls dancing commerclaldrawmg woodcraft
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MORRIS DWIGHT JR Doung '
Art 1 Latin Banquet 2 Driver Education 3 Prom Committee 4
Amb1tion To be a gunsmith
Pet Peeve Loudmouths
Pet Expression Take it easy'
Interests Cars Gun collecting Hunting
KATHLEEN R ERMAN "Ermi8
Chorus 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 Dance Committee 1 2 Music Festival 1 2 3 4
Driver Education 3 Bookkeeping Award 3 Stenography Award 3 "Snow Ba
Committee 3 Freshman Initiation Committee 4 'Arrow" Ad Staff4 "Varsity
Ambition To be a success
Pet Peeve Homework
Pet Expresslon Holy Crow'
Interests Popular Records Going to outdoor movies Dancing Billing'
Drug Store Taboo Club Winter Sports and Boys
FRANCIS GOLASH JR Fran"
Latln Banquet Commlttee 1 2 Drlver Educatxon 3 Prom Commlttee 4
Ambltion To join the Navy
Pet Peeve Women drlvers
Pet Expresslon Oh
LORRAINE AILEEN GRAVES 'Gravesie"
Cheerleader 1 Vlce President of Class 1 Ticket Takerl Softball 1 Honor Roll
1 2 3 4 Dance Commlttee 1 2 3 4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Dramatics Club
2 3 4 Typing Award 2 3 Tw1r1er 2 3 4 Basketball 3 Newspaper 3 4 Editor 4
Drlver Educatxon 3 Chorus 3 4 Muslc Festival 3 4 Concert 3 4 Shorthand
Award 3 4 Bookkeeping Award 3 Usherette 3 'Snow Ball' Commxttee 3 Cheer
mg Tournament 3 Initiation Commlttee 4 Assistantin Off1ce 4 Assistant Editor
to Secretary's Style Corner 4
Ambition To be a good secretary
Pet Peeve Maklng an error ln typmg
Pet Expresslon Oh' That's a panic'
Interests A guy in the Air Force twirling swimming
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WILLIAM EARL GRAVES Bill'
Baseball 1 2 3 Chorus 1 Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 Dance Committee 3 President 3
Student Councll Treasurer 3 Football 3 4 Captain 4 Dramatlcs Club President
3 Driver Educatxon 3 Arrow' Staff4 Vice President 4 Prom Comm1ttee 4
Pet Peeve Women Drivers
P Expressxon "I'11sayI"
Interests Hunting Fishing Sports
Amb1t1on To be a success
JUDITH THERESA GRITZ "Gritzle
Drill Team 1 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Ticket Taker 1 Latin Banquet 1 2 3 4 Spring
Concert 1 2 3 4 Muslc Festival 1 2 3 4 Dance Committee 1 2 3 4 "Varsity
Staff 2 3 4 Dramatlcs Club 2 3 4 Glee Club Accompanist 2 3 4 Majorette 2 3 4
Captain 4 Driver Educatlon 3 Typing Award 3 Special Chorus 4 Prom Com
Ambition To be a good nurse
Pet Expression "Certalnly!"
Interests Swimming Tobogganing Music Dancing Movies
C ommittee 4
STEPHEN CHARLES HASSELL "Stevie
Football 1 2 4 Basketball 1 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Dance Comm1ttee 1 3 4 Band 2
3 Dr1ver Educat1on 3 Vlce Presxdent of Band 3 Gymnastlcs Team 4 Prom
Pet Peeve Silly girls and gossxp
Pet Expresslon 'Just keep walking
Interests Sports Girls Cars Money
ANN MARIE HUTKOSKI
Dance Comm1ttee 1, Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Concert 1,2,3,4, Festlval 1,2,3,4, Band
213141 Dramatlcs Club 2, Typing Award 2, Bookkeeping Award 3, Driver Educa ,ag
tion 3, Shorthand Award 3,4 "Arrow" Staff 4, "Arrow" Ad Staff 4, Basketball 4
Office Assistant 4, Secretary to Miss Peterson 4, Prom Comm1ttee 4
Ambition To become an executxve secretary
Pet Peeve Homework and "b1g shots"
Pet Expression "Geez, Ol' Man"
Interests Skating, Skiing, Swimming, Basketball, Popular Records,
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WALTER A. HUTKOSKI, III "Walt"
Dance Committee 1,2,3,4g Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, Latin Banquet 2,33 Driver Educa-
tion 3g Dramatics Club 35 Treasurer 3,45 Prom Committee 4.
Ambition: To become a success
Pet Peeve: Women Drivers
Pet Expression: "Watch out for the quiet one."
Interests: Cars, Books, Girls, Hunting, Fishing, Cooking
JEAN ELIZABETH JEKANOWSKI Je
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Dance Committee 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 "Varslty' 1 2 3
4 Softball 3 4 'Arrow" Ad Staff4 Yearbook Staff 1 Music Festival 2 3 4 Spring
Concert 2 3 4 Prom Committee 4 Field Hockey 4 Usherette 2 3 4 Drill Team
3 Cheering Tournament 3 Driver Education 3 Senior Concession 4
Ambition New York Model
Pet Peeve Homework and studies
Pet Expression "You phony l"
Interests All sports and foods
JOSEPH CARL KISLOSKI "Joe
Honor Roll 1 2 Driver Education 3 Latin Banquet 2 Prom Committee4
Ambition To be a success
Pet Peeve Someone making noise while reading in study hall
Interests Fishing Collecting Indian arrows Television Movies,Bowling
HENRY T KOCOT Coke"
F F A Cattle Judging 1 2 3 4 F F A News Reporter 1 2 Driver Education
3 F F A Kansas City Delegate F F A Sentinel 3 Mechan1c's Team 2 3
Tractor Drlvlng Team 3 4 Treasurer of F F A 4 Prom Committee 4
Interests Cars Guns
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CHESTER LEON KRUSIEWSKI Chet"
Color Guard 1 Captain 2 History Club 2 3 Basketba1l3 Footbal14 Prom
Ambition Career in Navy or State Police
Pet Peeve Shoes
P t Expression Darn rightl'
Interests Cars Sports
JOHN R LANKARGE Foxle'
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Dance Committee 1 4 Baseball 1 2 Driver Education 3
rrow" Ad Staff 4 Prom Commnttee 4
Ambition To work for Louie
Pet Peeve Women drivers, Ham and eggs
Pet Expression Don t get nervous l"
JOAN ELIZABETH LEGAC '
Dance Committee 1 Glee Club 1 2 3 Basketball 2 3 Softball 2 Jumor Class
Pres1dent 3 Prom Commlttee 4
Pet Peeve Self important people
Pet Expresslon "What?'
Interests Skating Swimming Toboggannlng Roller Skating Plano
playing Reading Sewing
PAUL M LEGAC "Chuc
Football 1 2 3 Baseball 1 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 Class Presldent 3 Treas1u'er of
Student Council 3 Good Government Day Representatlve 4 Prom Commlttee 4
Ambit1on To keep my lamily happy
Pet Peeve Students sneaking ln at the front of the cafeteria hue
Interests Family and carpentry
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Interests: Sports, Truck driving, Food f . I
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SANDRA ANN LIPINSKI ppy'
Chorus 1 2 3 4 Music Festival 1 2 3 4 Spring Concert 1 2 3 4 Class Treasurer
2 Carmval Ball Committee 2 Class Ring Committee 2 Latin Banquet 2 Drill
Team 1 Driver Education 3 Cheering Tournament Committee 3 Dance Com
mittee 3 4 "Snow Ball' Committee 3 Majorette 34 Usherette 34 Typing
Award 3 Dramatlcs Club 3 4 Plano Accompanist 3 Special Chorus 4 Ad Staff
4 Prom Committee 4
Ambition To teach dental hygiene
Pet Peeve Getting up in the morning
Pet Expression "Get out of here l"
Lnterests Sports people music
MAVERET MARGARET McC LELLAN Mavie'
Basketball 1 Co chairman of Dance Committee 1 Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 Chorus
1 2 3 4 Spring Concert 1 2 3 4 Music Festival 1 2 3 4 'Arrow" Staff 2 3 4
Assistant Editor 3 Editor 4 Dance Committee 1 2 3 4 Usherette 2 3 4 Latin
Banquet 2 "Snow Ball' Co chairman 3 Dr11l Team 3 Dramatics 3 4 Drxver
Education 3 Carnival Ball Commlttee 3 Special Chorus 3 4 National Honor
Society 34 Cheerleaders' Tournament 3 Arms Academy Model Congress
Representative 4 Prom Committee 4 Winter Carnival Queen Candidate 4
Gymanstics Team 4
Pet Expression Oi yoi oi
Interests Theatre dancing read1ng people
CAROL S MELNIK "Carr1 '
Chorus 1 2 3 4 Music Festlval 1 2 3 4 Spring Concert 1 2 3 4 Drlll Team 1
Honor Roll 1 Majorette 2 34 Latm Banquet 3 Dance Commxttee 3 Drwer
Educatlon 3 Dramatics 4 Class Secretary 4 Arrow" Ad Staff4 Natlonal
Poetry Award 4 Prom Commlttee 4
Amb1t1on To be a psychologist
Pet Peeve Sit ups and "skinny" legs
Pet Expression ' Good Gr1ef'
Interests Teaching People
Ambition To help someone in some way
Pet Peeve Seeing anyone derlde anyone else
JOHN F. MERSKI JR. 'Mersk
Football 1 2 3 4- F. F, A. Reporter 1- Secretary 2 3- Vice-Pres1dent 4 Dance
Committee 1- Student Council Representative 4- Driver Education 3- Dairy
Judging Team 3- Milk Judging Team 4- Prom Committee 4.
Ambition: To make money
Pet Peeve: Teachers
Interests: Bowling Hunting Fishing Football
MARCIA JEAN MOWRY Marsh
Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Music Festival 2 3 4 Spring Concert 2 3 4 Driver Education
3 Bookkeeping Award 3 "Arrow" Ad Staff 4 Senior Concessmn 4 Secretary to
Teacher 4 Assistant in Office 4 Shorthand Award 4
Ambition To be a good secretary
Pet Peeve Exams
Pet Expression "Oh boy!"
Interests Radio TV a boy
PATRICIA M MUMBLO Pat'
Glee Club 2 3 4 Latin Banquet 2 Carnival Ball Commlttee 3 Softball 3 Driver
Training 3 Senior Concession 4 Ad Staff 4
Interests Sports, Square dancing Working with children
MATTHEW W NOSKA JR 'Matt
Baseball 1 Basketball Manager 1 Dance Committee 1 Basketball Manager 2
Tumbling Team 2 Dance Commxttee 3 Baseball 3
Ambltwn A conflrmed bachelor
Pet Peeve Homework
Interests Bowlxng danclng records ICE skating swlmmmg a gxrl
NANCY LEE OLANYK
Chorus 1,2,3, Music Festival 1,2,3, Spring Concert 1,2,3, Dance C0lI'lIl1ltt86 1,2
Ring Committee 2, Drxll Team 3, Driver Education 3, Bookkeeping Award 3
Typing Award 3, Snow Ball Dance Committee 3, "Vars1ty" Staff 4, Ad Staff 4,
Office Ass1sta.nt 4, Shorthand Award 4, Prom Committee 4, Secretary to Mrs
Ambition To spend more time ln Troy
Pet Peeve Certain nosy females
Pet Expression "Really I" I
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INGRID E OISON ng
Drxll Team 1 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Music Festival 1 2 3 4 Dance Commxttee 2 3 4
Prom Commlttee 4 Spring Concert 1 2 3 4 Honor Roll 1 Usherette 2 3 4 Latin
Banquet 2 Speclal Chorus 2 4 Arrow' Staff 4 Senior Concession4 Drxver
Education 3 Glee Club Presxdent 4 Dramatlcs Club 4 "Varslty' Staff4 "My
True Security flnallst 4
Amb1t1on To be a good teacher
Pet Peeve Insmcerlty
Pet Expressxon 'You're kidding "'
Interests Muslc readlng dancing collecting albums
PATRICIA ANN MARIE ONDRAS ' Pa
WILLIAM F OTTINGER
Science Club 1 Dance Commlttee 1 2 3 4 Prom Commlttee 4 Football Manager
2 Driver Tramlng 3
Chorus 1 2 3 Drill Team 1 Spring Concert 1 2 3 MUSIC Festn al 1 2 3 Drxver
Educatxon 3 Dance Comxmttee 3 4 Shorthand Award 3 4 Cheerleader 3 4
Secretary 4 ' Varsity Staff 4 Secretary's Style Corner4 Secretary to Guidance
Director 4 Assistant in Office 4 Prom Committee 4
Ambitlon To be a successful secretary
Pet Peeve Orals
Pet Express1on "I can't do it "'
Interests Bobby and The Ford records reading cheermg outdoor
Ambitlon To be an Air Force Pilot "5
Pet Peeve Homework
Pet Expressxon 'Hep it "'
Interests Sk1ing flymg skating bowling
JOSEPHINE CHARLOTTE ANN PACIOREK "Josie"
Basketball 1,25 Majorette 2,3,4g Glee Club 2g Driver Training 35 Cafeteria
Ambition: Successful housewife
Interests: Collecting recipes, roller skating,dating,da.ncing, swimming,
American Agriculturist Foundation Award 15 Driver Education 33 Prom Com-
Ambitlon: To be a good housewife
Pet Peeve: Washing dishes
Interests: Cooking, Sewing, Home Improvement
WILLIAM CHARLES PARLICK Sklp
Biology Club 2 Latin Banquet 2 3 Driver Education 3 Dramatic Club President
4 Vars1ty" Staff 4 Dance Commlttee 4 Prom Comnuttee 4
Ambition Graduate from college
Pet Peeve Women drivers
Pet Expression Oh yeah h h h hl'
Interests Girls Glrlsll
WALTER A PEKARSKI Walt
Driver Education 3 Prom Commlttee 4
Ambxtlon To be a success
Pet Peeve Teachers
Pet Expression Hey Mersk
Interests I-Iuntmg Fishing Sports
BRADLEY ALFRED PETERSON Pete"
F F A 3 4 Driver Education 3 Dairy Judging Team 3 4 Basketball 4 Prom
Ambition Make money 1n the easiest way
Pet Peeve Homework
Pet Expression Good Grxp' ws.,
Interests Baseball Basketball Fishmg
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Dance Committee 1 2 3 4 Cheerleader 2 3 4 Carnival Ball Queen Candidate 2
Typing Award 2 Chorus 2 3 Drlver Education 3 Music Fest1va12 3 Spring
Concert 2 3 Prom Committee 4 Shorthand Award 4 Arrow" Staff 4 "Varsity"
Ambition To be a good secretary
Pet Peeve An egotist
Pet Expression Check it out"
Interests A Marine Records Cheering Having fun
PATRICIA ANN ROBINSON "Pa
Basketball 1 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Spring Concert 1 2 3 4 Music Festival 1 2 3 4
Band 2 3
Ambition To become a good secretary
Pet Peeve Showers after gym
P t Expression "I hope there's no school tomorrow "
Interests Skating Music
SHIRLEY ANN ROC KWOOD Shirl"
Basketball I Driver Education 3 ASSISIBJII in Cafeterla Prom Committee 4
Ambltlon To join the Wacs or Waves and major ln nursing
Pet Peeve Quarterly exams
Pet Expression "Oh for Pete's sake "'
Interests Dating Reading Roller skating Nursing
JANET EVE LYN ROSE
Drlll Team 1' Chorus 1 2 3' Honor Roll 1 2 3 4' Music Festival 1 2 3 4- Spring
Concert 1 2 3 4' Band 2 3 4' Typing Award 2' Driver Education 3' Shorthand
Award 3 4' Bookkeeping Award 3' Honor Society 3 4' "Arrow" Ad Staff 4-
Varsity" Staff 4' Assistant in Office 4' Typing Staff 4' Secretary to Mrs,
Spindler 4- Prom Committee 4.
K " Ambition: To be a success
Pet Peeve: Gossips
Pet Expression: "Oh Nuts."
Interests: Sports Skating Horses, Music
NORMA JEAN RUSSO
Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Cheerlng 1 2 3 4 Captain of Cheerleaders 4 Vice President
1 Dance Committees 1 3 Spring Concert 1 2 3 4 Music Festival 1 2 3 4 School
Newspaper 3 4 Winter Carnival Queen Candidate 2 Student Council 2 4 Student
Exchange Program 3 Driver Training 3 Latin Banquet 2 D A R Girl
Usherettes Club 4 Prom Committee 4 Special Chorus 4 Arms Academy Model
Congress 4 Softball
Ambition Physical Education Instructor
Pet Peeve People who are not sincere
Pet Expression "That's really great P'
Interests Music Swimming Dancing Traveling
MILDRED J SANDERS M1111e'
"Y" Teen Club 1 2 Chorus 1 2 C Y O 1 2 Newspaper Staff 2 Dance
mittee 1 Drxver Education 3 Shorthand Award 3 'Arrow" Ad Staff 4 Prom
Ambition To be a success
Pet Peeve Proofreading
Pet Expresslon "Hello Cutie"
Interests Square Dancing Child Care Skating
BARBARA ANN RUDNICKI "Rudn1c "
Drill Team 1 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Honor Roll 1 4 Musical Festival 1 2 3 4 Spring
Concert 1 2 3 4 Latin Banquet 2 Yearbook Staff 3 4 Newspaper Staff 3 4 Re
porter for the School 3 Driver Tralnlng 3 Honor Society 3 Senior Concession
4 Honor Society 4 Prom Committee 4
Pet Peeve Homework
Pet Expression "Hot Dogl'
Interests Skating Knitting Swimming Pop Music Boys, Dancing
Basketball games Toboggannlng
WALTER LEON SADOWSKI 'W81d0'
Driver Education 3 State F F A Meeting 3 Cattle Judging Team3 Prom
Ambition To go to Alaska
Pet Peeve Browns
Pet Expression "You bet your boots I"
Interests Hunting Fishing Bowling Swlmmlng Making Money
JANET MARION SHAW Jan
Latin Banquet 2 Dance Committee 3 4 Driver Training 3 Assistant in Office 4
' rrow" Ad Staff 4 Shorthand Award 4
Ambition To be a successful secretary
Pet Expression "l don't know "
Interests Secretarial Jobs records a special boy
VA LE RIE SMIAROSKI
1 2 3 4 Spring Concert 1 2 3 4 Music Festival 1 2 3 4
Da.nce Commlttee 2 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Driver Educat1on3 Latin Banquet 3 Usher
ette 4 Dramatics Club 4 'Arrow" Staff 4 Prom Committee 4
Drill Team 1 Chorus
Ambition To be a secretary
Pet Peeve Hypocrites
Lnterests Skiing skating music reading
LINDA SIE ISKI
Drill Team 1 Dance Committee 2 Basketball 2 3 Latin Banquet3 Driver
t 4 A row" Ad Staff
Educatxon 3 Chorus 4 Music Festival 4 Spring Concer r
4 Dramatics Club 4 Ticket Committee Chairman 4
Amblt1on To be a teacher
Pet Peeve Westerns
P t Expression "Honestly
Interests Reading music sw1mm1ng
EDWARD SOKOLOSKI Cal
Ambition Join the Air Force
Pet Peeve School
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LYNN J SUMNER Shorty'
Softball and Basketball for mtershop teams at Smith School 1 2 Semor Food
Sale 4 Senior Prom 4
Ambition Service career
Pet Peeve Homework
Interests Motorcycles and maintenance hunting ffor deer w1th rlfles
and shotguns in Vermont and Mass I
PETER MICHAEL TELEGA "Pete
Baseball 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Basketball Co captain 4 Football 1 3 4
Football Co captain 4 Treasurer 1 Honor Roll 1 3 Vice Presxdent of Class 3
President of Class 2 4 Dance Committee 1 2 Latin Banquet 2 Student Council
2 President 4 Drlver Education 3 Snow Ball Comrmttee 3 Varsity' Staff 3
Dance Committee 4 Prom Commlttee 4
Ambition Make S20 000 a year
Pet Peeve People who blush
Pet Expression "I just don't know
VIRGINIA ANN WABEC K
1 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Majorette 2 3 4 Latm Banquet 2 Basketball
3 Arrow' Ad Staff 4 Dance Commlttee 4 Prom Commlttee 4
Ambxtlon To be a nurse
Pet Peeve Sllly boys
Pet Expressmn Well you don't say"
Interests Tw1rlmg a speclal boy Smgmg Mnsxc Alabama Nursmg
PATRICIA MARIE WARC HOL Pat"
Dr1ll Team 1 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Honor Roll 1 2 Spring Concert 1 2
mittee 3 Muslc Fest1val 2 3 4 Cheerleader
Committee 1 2 4 Snow Ball Com
2 3 4 Class Vlce Presldent 2 Latm Banquet 2 Drlver Educatlon 3 Usherette
Varsxty' Staff 4 Prom Committee 4
3 4 Dance
Pet Peeve Affected people
P Expression I was never s mba rassed In my whole lif I"
Interests Music Danclng Eating
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Glee Club 1 2 3 Drlll Team 1 Spring Concert 1 2 Latin Banquet2 Music
Festival 2 3 Usherette 2 3 Cheerleader 34 Driver Education 3 Snow Ball
Committee 3 Honor Roll 3 Candidate for Carnival Ball Queen 3 Arrow" Staff
Photographer "Varsity' Staff 4 Dramatic Club 4 Softball 4 Dance Committee
4 Prom Committee 4
Interests Reading Music Tennis Poetry, Photography V'
NORENE A WO LFRAM Nonnle
Dance Committee 1 2 Chorus 1 2 3 Latin Banquet 1 Music Festival 1 2 3 4
Concert 1 2 3 4 Band 2 Drill Team 2 President Usherettes' Club 2 3 4 Cheer
leader 3 4 Snow Ball Committee 3 Play Committee 3 Gold Key Winner in Art
3 "Varsity" Staff 3 4 Driver Education 3 Stenography Award 3 Editor for
Secretary's Style Corner 4 Art Editor for Arrow' 4 Arms Academy Model
Congress Representative 4 Prom Committee 4 i
Ambition To be successful
Pet Peeve Boredom
Pet Expression "Rea11y!l'
Interests New York art classical music photography
REBECCA LILLIAN WHOLEY 'Beckle'
Chorus 1 2 3 4 Sprmg Concert 1 2 3 4 Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 Ticket Taker 1
Band 2 3 4 Music Festxval 2 3 4 Latln Banquet 2 National Honor Society 3 4
Arrow Staff 4 Speclal Chorus 4 Prom Committee 4
Ambition To be a good teacher
Pet Peeve Men
Pet Expression "Good nightl'
Interests Music Reading
LAWRENCE A WRISLEY Redt0p"
SCISDCB Club 1 Baseball 1 Dance Committee 1 2 3 Basketball Manager2
Dr1ver Education 3 Snow Ball Committee 3 Honor Roll 3 Prom Commxttee 4
Ambltlon To be a successful mortlclan
Pet Peeve Homework
Pet Expressxon Be good
Interests Girls Cars Dancing Money
JOHN G YESTRAMSKI JR Johnny
Basketball 1 2 3 Dance Committee 1 2 Honor Roll 2 Driver Education 3 Play
3 4 Prom Committee 4
Ambition To become president
Pet Peeve Orals
Pet Expression "You're a phony'
Interests Bowling Basketball Dancing
LEROY R. WYNNE "Skip"
Honor Roll 35 Prom Committee 4.
Ambition: To be a successful television cameraman
Pet Peeve: TV Commercials and show-offs
Pet Expression: "What's the difference, Sambo?"
Interests: Bowling, Sports, Watching TV, Electronics,Science, Biology
HELEN VIOLA ZAJAC ax'
Drill Team 1 Honor Rolll 3 Dance Commltteel Typing Award 2 Latin Banquet
2 Glee Club 3 4 Driver Education 3 Shorthand Award 3 4 Bookkeeping Award
3 Music Festival 3 4 Spring Concert 3 4 Secretary to Mr Talnter Assistant
in Office 4
Ambition To be a good secretary
Pet Peeve Ironing
Pet Expression "Oh Brother"
Interests Television Cooking Sewing
Football l,2,4g Basketball 1,25 Baseball 1,2,3,4g Class Secretary 1: Dance Com-
mittee lg Band 2,35 Spring Concert 25 Music Festival 23 Driver Education 3-
ANNE ZAK " '
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Class President 1 Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4
Arrow Staff 1 4 Student Council 1 Dance Committee 1 2 4 Spring Conc
1 2 3 4 Latin Banquet 2 Music Festival 2 3 4 Driver Education 3 Softball 3 4
National Honor Society 3 4 Field Hockey Co captain 4 'Varsity Sta.ff4 Ad
Staff 4 Prom Committee 4
Ambition Physical Education Teacher
Pet Peeve Agatha
Pet Expression "You'd better be careful!
Interests Sports swimming
Class Gum Chewer
Class Actress Actor
Best All Around
Most Pleasmg Personallty
Most Helpful at Home
Most Llkely to Succeed
Most D1ff1cult to Classlfy
Class Team Qg1rlsy
Class Team Qboysj
Wie 4 Wie
Class Baby Marcia Mowry Joseph Kisloski
ROW ONE 1Left to Right, Mavxe McClellan Eunice Antes Peggy Bagdon Ingrld
Olson Mxss V1o1a Goodnow fadvlsorj Norma Russo Walter Hutkoslu Peter
Telega Wllllam Graves Carol Melnlk Mr Dame1J Sulhvan Qadvlsorj Mlss
Catherme Peterson Qadvlsorj D1a.ne D1ck1nson Helen Zajac Mary Petroskx
ROW TWO Nancy Olanyk Pat Robmson Josephxne Pacxorek Joan Legac
Maryann Bohonow1cz Ann Brozozowskx Ann Hutkoskl JudyGr1tz L1nda Sxelskx
Pat Warchol Sandra L1p1nsk1 Slurley Rockwood Marcla Mowry Rebecca
Wholey Lorraxne Graves ROW THREE W1111amBaronas MOTFlSDW1ght Henry
Kocot Joseph Kxsloskl Chester Kruslewskx Barbara Washburn Norene Wolfram
Barbara Banas Vxrgxrua Xhabeck Valerle Sm1arosk1 Betty Jekanowskl Barbara
Rudmckx Janet Rose Bradley Peterson Paul Iegac Rlchard Mxlls Larry
Wrxsley ROW FOUR Roger Culver Edward Sokoloskx Lynn Sumner W1ll1am
Parzlck Francls Golash Walter S8d0WSk1 VN11l1am Bagdon Davld Barker
Walter Pekarskx Robert Crafts Karol Drozdal Matthew Iwoska John Yestramskl
Wxlham Ottmger John Lankarge John Merskl
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ROW ONE fLeft to Right, Janet Mastahz Marxanne Grybko
Rodrlguez Louxse Dumont Lmda Farr Mr MOCZUIBWSKI Carol
Rogers Charlotte Skroskx Judy Barwlkowskl Patrlcxa Tozlowskl
Lmda Canney Patrxcia Goodrich ROW TWO Joanne Cxbrowskx
Patrlcla Sadowskl Margaret Kxsloskm Joan Hudyma Margaret
Bleakley Dianne Sheppard Lorame Gass Carolyn Backlel Carolyn
La Broad Cynthxa Naperkowski Carol Grxtz Janxce Zera Mary
Laskoski Delores Hutkowskl Mary Newcomb Karen Cad1eux
Katrina Schryver ROW THREE Paul Duda Robert Petrovlc
Wlllard Boyden Elame Foster Kathleen Murphy Lxnda Dxckmson
Patr1c1a Rallckx Barbara Galenskx Martha Sanders V1rg1n1a
Wells Chester Ostrowskl James Stafursky ROW FOUR Rlchard
Mllls Paul Ralston James Wholey Andrew Rohrs BernardGo1onka
Davld Baldwm Ernest Llvely Stanley Stokarskx Joseph Nxckerson
Walter Zanxewskx Larry Ashman John Sanborn Alec Kulesa ROW
FIVE Edward Rahckl Leon Kosuda Jon Clark Raymond Leary
Damel Barker John Pekarsk1 Mxchael Fenslck Norman Uzdavlms
Charles Marcoullxer Thomas Ludwlczak Gary Lawrence Paul
Duda Robert Duda
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Virginia Oadomski, Joyce Devine, Charlotte Boro, Cynthia Melnik, Carol Page, Romona Skibisld, Marianne Raliclri, Richard
now UNL fLeIt to Righty Irene Zayac carol Rowe Marian
McMi11en Ruth Uzdavinxs Prxscllla Farrick Ma.rjor1e Backiel
Mrs Davis Mr Ames Judy Kilgour Madehne Mieczkowskl
Marlon Wojtkielewxcz Patricla Olyruk Eleanor Noska JudyBesse
Jo Ann Sheldon ROWTWO Dorothy Rahckl Gracescudder Beverly
Guilford Dorothy Clark Elaxne Klinker Eileen Zimnowskl Dxane
Benoni Carolyn Taylor Martha Poston Mary Baker Georgeann
DuFault Mary AnnSokolosk1 Sandra Scott M1r1am Brooks Mary
Grxswold Sarah Wolfram Sandra Stafursky ROW THREE Gerald
Paclorek Harry Schryver Gerald Baranoskx Sandra Swift Betty
Ralicki Helen Radowicz Martha Graves Katherine Herllhy
Barbara Dzen1s Eileen Wilson Sayla McClellan Linda Rup Betty
Rlchardson Donald Graves Edward Kilgour Stanley Shaw Ronald
Hutkowskl ROW FOUR Wallace Wllhams Paul Elle Rxchard
Patnode Robert Laframboise Leonard Kahle Charles Sakowlcz
Keneth Warchol John Goodrlch Larry Fortier Ray W1lson Thomas
Olanyk Lawrence Golanka Richard Swaluk Ervin Prlce Mlchael
Morowski John Howes James Pronowxtz ROW FIVE John Zabko
Steven Trenholm Louis Guerin Walter Rudmck1 M1chaelP1lvin1s
Frank Olearczyk Edmund Drown Edward Storozuk Charles
Parzxck Wllllam Zabko Bernard Kahle James Griswold Joh.n
Paciorek Stanley Golash Harry Kuenzel Warren Whitney Mxchael
ROW ONE theft to Righty Beatrice Preston Frances Barry, Nora
Cleary, Carole Mercure Donna Sielskl Beverly Palmisano Joannle
Beaudry Ann Mlleskl Dianne Laskoskr KatherineGr1bko Barbara
Demaradzkl Maureen Moore Agnes Wabeck Janet Mowry Ann
Wilson, Sylvia Rosenthal Marcia Canney Anastasia Podlo Arlene
Kllnker, Janet Nawskon Mary Savage Donna Page Alyce Farrlck
Barbara Flnkowskl Jean Mogelinski Carol Kownacki Margaret
Thompson ROW THREE Kathryn Drozdal Christine Gadomskx
Karen Crafts Mary Ann Morrissey Jean Dickenson Barbara
Paclorek Tophxe Nowak Marguer1teGr1swold Susan Clark Jane
Gxbbs Kathleen Chesk Jud1th Olearczyk GeraldlneKl1nker, Elaxne
Wedge Sandra Ralickx Patrlc1aRup ROW FOUR M1tchel1Serowlck
Carleton Peabody III David Swaluk Paul Warner Jan Lankowski
Rohrs David W0jtkl6leWlCZ Albert Adamskl Christos Contakos
Rlchard Graves Davld Soares ROW FIVE Francls Wysocki
Russell Trumble Myron Rokoszak David Sanlcki William Mono
Arthur Lively Juhan Goralski David Wells John Boyden, Peter
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ROW ONE 1Left to Right, Jonathan Gass Frank Yazwmski III John
BenJamln Kemxeth Olanyk Edward Sherman Wxlliam Sykes Robert
Adamskx Stephen Trzclnskx Frank Zoly Kenneth Smxth John
Smiaroski Carl Peterson Robert Pos ROW TWO Jane Adler
Nancy Reed Janet Rosenthal Donna Telega Barbara Banaslak
Joyce Bohonowtcz Aldme Anderson Mr Denesha Mrs Tainter
Rena Jackson Jane Rutkowsky Lmda Maynard Cheryl Chap1n
ROW THREE Cheryl Burnett Cyntlua Carpenter Frxeda Hayes
Mabel Roblnson Bethany Lxvely Patrlcxa Kulessa Ela1ne
Mxeczkowskx Kathleen Mxur Judlth Rosenthal Susan LaBroad
Sophia Rokoszak Gaxl Smcker Frances Kowieczny Vlrguua
Belford Noreen Leary Juhe Zapka ROW FOUR Norman Graves
Roger Clapp Larry Meumer Wllllam Bohonowlcz Mary Wolfram
Christlne Sanxckx Judith Noska Donna Wedge Sharron Drown
Joanne Lankarge Andrea Nelson Barbara Sk1b1sk1 CaroleJackosk1
Edward Ashman George Trenholm Vxctor Yagodzxnskx Eugene
Toczydlowskx ROW FIVE Wesley Dickmson Roger Baker Davxd
Krostoskx Donald Goscensl-L1 Davxd Bohonowxcz John Havnland
Robert Trzclenslu Edward Grltz Ronald Prlce Frank Mastahz
Richard Ostrowskx ROW SIX Thomas Peterson R1chardTozlosk1
James Zera Bruce Meunxer Douglas Harrls Charles MHICWSKI
Rxchard Trumble Russell Eugin Stuart Watts Paul Fl11pk0VlSk.l
Nlcholas Sawk1w W1111am Stafford
Mr. Ashenden, Thomas, Janet Eagdon, Constance Baronoski: David Sanders, Alan Farrar: Victor Waryas, Rlchard Klsloskij
ROW ONE qLeft to Righty Stewart Clark William Fistes Gerald
Sadosld Robert Ress Eugene Bartos Charles Chapin AllanChace
Donald Dufault Morgan Wood Byron Canney John Kllsenbauer
David Marchefka Hector Santos David Graves ROW TWO
Frederick Ehmann Robert Belair Charles Plesnar DavidGamache
Herbert Gass Joseph Skibxski Robert Decker Wxlliam Burns
Warren Bardwell Thomas Paciorek Richard Stafursky Dudley
Rose Porter Wells Kenneth Wysockl Robert Rogers Michael
Hassell Constance Shaw Jacalyn Bleakley Maxine Kowalski Joan
Peabody Carol Boulden Lorna Mills Merrie McKinnon Theresa
Krostoski Mr Cowan Mrs Morrissey Mrs Field Mr Phillips
Dianna Witkowski Priscilla Prutzman Jean Taylor Annette Shaw
Ruth Laskoski Elizabeth Kucenskl Elizabeth Johnston, Martha
Eaton Kathleen Cook ROW FOUR Judith Griswold Theresa
Farrick Anne Kelleher Candace Bleakley Deborah Baker Judlth
Kalentek Marie Paclorek Paula Kuchleskl Linda Soles, Carole
Zimnowskl Janet Richardson Shirley Godleskl Frances Valeskl
Walentyna Pomasko Margaret Stokarskl Janlce Postel Patricia
St Peter Kathleen Ralicld Beverly Graves Sandra Serowxck
Sandra Batchelder ROW FIVE Susan Howes Kathleen Perkins
Elaine Johnston Barbara Kosikowskl Carol Miner, Marie Drown
Margaret Herlihy Carol Pascienlk Dorothy Butklewicz Patrxcla
Parzlck Andrea I-Ielstowski Donna Norman Judith Wedge Donna
Russo Mary Olanyk Barbara Wrlsley Kathleen Eaton Geraldine
Corbett Patricia Paclorek Edna Lee ROW SIX James Warchol
Robert Porter Richard Dickinson, Richard Wlnskye Allan Thomas
Anthony Barry James Ludwiczak Michael Harnett Charles
Baronas John Bagdon Jeffrey Fawcett George Bell James Duda
Robert Kosteckl James Pilvmls Walter Mastallz ArnoldSadowskl
ROW SEVEN Bruce St Peters Frank Karas John Baronas
Lawrence Recore Rodney Ovltt Richard Guilford Thomas Panek
Charles Pydych James Turatl Richard Swiatek William Nickerson
Theodore Fortier Leroy Rose ROW EIGHT John Skroskl Frank
Baronoskl Francis Crafts Chester Potyrala Roger Allis Joseph
Savlski Donald Sadowsky
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dent! Jon Sanborn William Melnik Stuart Watts Richard Swiatek
Patricia Ralxckx Charlotte Boro Janet Rose Joanne Hudyma
Alexandria Kozikowslu ROW THREE William Graves Morris
Dwight Walter Hutkoski Robert Duda Davxd Barker Jon Sanborn
ROW ONE 1Left to Righty Lorraine Graves Ann Brozowskx
Patricla Warchol Maveret Mc Clellan Rebecca Wholey Margaret
Bagdon Barbara Rudnicki Dianne Sheppard ROW TWO Marlanne
Grybko Margaret Kislosld Margaret Bleakley Patrxcia Goodrich
On Wednesday rught Apr11 1 1959 the new members were 1nducted 1nto the Natlonal
Honor Soc1ety Th1s was the mght of the sprmg Open House and parents as well as numerous
frlends of the inductees attended the sxmple but lmpresslve ceremony
The people from the Jumor class that were mducted are Joanne Hudyma Pat Ral1ck1
Marxanne Grybko Margaret Bleakley D1anne Sheppard Margaret K1S1OWk1 A1exandr1a
KOZIKOWSKI Pat Goodrich Jon Sanborn, Robert Duda Charlotte Boro
The new senlors are Ann Brozowsk1 Pat Warchol Dav1d Barker, Walter Hutkosk1
Lorrame Graves Pat Ondras Morrxs Dw1ght Margaret Bagdon, and Peter Telega
ROW ONE fLeft to Righty Barbara Rudnickl Lorraine Rose Norene Wolfram Nancy Olanyk ROWTHREE Robert
Graves QI-Zditory Mrs Ryan Norma Russo Margaret Petrovic Barbara Washburn Ingrxd Olson Betty
Petroskx Virginia Gadomski Patrxcia Warchol Janet
The "Vars1ty" Staff ,under the supervision of Mrs Ryan and editorshlp of Lorraxne Graves,
has worked t1re1ess1y to ed1t and check the news brought m by the var1ous reporters Much
tlme was spent in retyplng and mlmeographmg to get the paper out on time and to make It a
worth wh11e pl1b11CatlOI1 to our school
Bagdon, Margaret Klsloski, Judith Grltz. ROW 'l'WO: Mary J ekanowski, William Parzick. , '
ROW ONE QLeft to R1ghtjMr Thomas Maveret McClellan QEditorJ
Lorraine Graves, Barbara Washburn Norene Wolfram Betty
Jekanowski Ingrid Olson Rebecca Wholey MaryNewcomb Cynthia
Rodriguez Sayla McClellan Jea.nne Dickinson Mrs La Plante
ROW TWO Dianne Sheppard Nancy Olanyk Mary Petroski Valerie
Srmarowski Margaret Kisloski Margaret Bagdon Norma Russo
Euxuce Antes Alyce Farrick Donna Sielskl Jane Mowry Kathrina
Schryver ROW THREE Mary Laskoski Dxanne Dickinson Lorame
Gass, Joanne Hudyma Linda Sielski Sandra Lipmskx Janet Rose
Judy Gritz Barbara RUd.!liCK1 Carol Melnik Ann Hutkoskx Arm
Brzozowskx ROW FOUR Jon Sanborn Marianne Bohonowicz Carol
Grxtz Barbara Galenski John Lankarge Barbara Banas, V1rg1n1a
Wabeck Carol Page Bill Graves
ROW ONE 1Left toR1ghtjCa.ro1Gr1tz Norma Russo Patrxcia Warchol Mary Petroskx ROW TWO Barbara
Washburn Norene Wolfram Judy Barwikowski Carol Bostley Joan Ciborowskl fabsent Patricia Ondrasy
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ROW ONE QLeft to Rlghty Barbara Sldbiskl Virginia Gadomskl
Katrina Schryver Cheryl Chapin Irene Zajac Miriam Brooks
Sarah Wolfram Janet Mastallz Mary Griswold Kathleen Drozdal
Sandra Lipinski Carol Melnlk ROWTWO Sandrastafursky Joanne
Ciborowskl Dianne Sheppard Patricia Robinson Barbara
Demaradzkl Agnes Wabeck Joan Hudyma Cynthia Naperkowski
Margaret Bleakley Virginia Melnlk Valerie Smlaroski Linda
Canney Linda Sielskl Carol Rogers Patricia Warchol Mary
Newcomb Beverly Palmlsano ROW THREE V1rglnlaBelford Judy
Noska Andrea Nelson Regina Wolejko Mary Savage Joyce
Bohonowicz Ramona Skiblskl Ann Hutkoskl Maveret McClellan
Maryanne Bohonowicz Marcia Mowry Carol Grxtz MarclaCanney
FOUR Peggy Griswold SaylaMcCle1la.n Cyntlua Rodriguez Kathy
Chesk Barbara Rudnick! Vlrglnia Wabeck Margaret Bagdon
Dianne Benoni Ann Brzozowski Joanne Lankarge Barbara
Galenskl Betty Jekanowski Carol Page Linda Rup ArleneKlinker
Susan Clark MaryAnn Morrissey Beverly Guilford
Geraldine Kllnker, Helen Zajac: Karen Cadieux,,Margaret Klslosldz Judy Gritz, Ingrid Olson, Rebecca Whaley, Nornxa Russo. ROW
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ROW ONE theft to Righty Karen Cadleux Carol Melnlk Ingrid
Olson Linda Sielsld John Sanborn Joan Hudyma Cynthia
Rodriguez Pat Sadoski Sandra Lipinski Judy Grxtz Margaret
Kisloeki Lorrame Graves Mavie McClellan ROW TWO Mary
Susan Savage Carol Rowe Lorraine Gass Cynthia Naperkowskl
Georgiann Dufault Marlann Morrlsey Eumce Antes Marion
McMillan Barbara Washburn Diane Benonl Carolyn Taylor
Peggy Thompson Janet Mowry ROW THREE Donna Sielskx
Debbxe Baker Pat Parzick Susie Clark Katherine Herhhy Elaine
Foster Charlotte Skroski Jane Gibbs Karen Crafts Barbara
Finkowski Barbara Demaradzki Alyce Farrlck ROW FOUR
Charlotte Boro John Yestramskx Jimmy Griswold Da.ruelBarker
W1ll1am Zabko Barbara Galenskl John Howes Davxd Barker Ken
Warchol Jan Lankowskx Sayla McClellan
Th1s year under the direction of Kenneth Walker of Greenfleld the Dramatlcs Club
accomplxshed more than lt has 1n a long time Two major productlons were presented as well
two one act plays "The Boardmghouse Reach" was the fall play and "Desperate Ambrose"
was the sprmg product1on Both plays are by Donald Payton
In add1t1on to the regular work Mr Walker coached a small cast ln the recognitxon scene
from Anastasla ' The play was sent to Athol to compete 1n the Western Mass Drama
Fest1va1 where It won a chance to go to Boston to compete w1th schools from all over
The club lS 1n need of boys to act 1n 1ts plays next year Come on all you Thesbxans
joxn the club'
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ROW ONE 1Left to Righty Patrxcxa Warchol Ingrid Olson Cynthxa Grxtz ROW TWO Lxnda Canney Sandy Lipinski BettyJekanows1cl
The Usherettes Club was formed three years ago for the purpose of addmg grace and
dxgnxty to the h1gh school functlons Whether 1n gowns or party dresses the glrls prov1de a
welcommg atmosphere for the annual open house programs, plays concerts graduatlons and
Rodriguezf Norene Wolfram, Mavie McClellan, Norma Russo, Judy Patrioia Sadowskl, Lorraine Graves, Patricia Tozloski.
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On Frmday October 31 1958 the SGHIOFS 1n1t1ated the freshmen The freshman boys were
requlred to wear shlrts on backwards one shoe and one sneaker odd socks pant legs rolled
up necktxe on backwards bows 1n the1r ha1r and dungarees
The freshman gxrls were requ1red to wear vegetable corsages ha1r ln numerous p1gta1ls
odd socks one shoe and one sneaker dungarees aprons and blouses on backward
The freshmen were checked 1n at the cafeter1a1n the mormng and were not allowed to use
m1dd1e stalrway at one t1me They had to bow to the sen1ors carry the1r books and empty
the1r trays at lunch
At two o clock the freshmen gathered at the end
of the gym and walted 1n suspense to be called upon to
perform stunts before the student body Among the
performances were mutations of the faculty swmgmg
the hula hoop a song by ' Elvrs ' and a potato race
The senlors agreed that the freshmen were very
good sports dur1ng the1r 1n1t1at1on and welcomed them
to the Frontler
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ROW ONE: 1Left to Righty Ernest Lively, Roger Culver, James Grybko, Michael Morowski, Arthur Lively, James
Mr. Clifford Parker Qinstructorj, John Merski, Bernard Pronowicz. ROW THREE: Bradley Peterson, Willard Boyden,
Golanka, David Baldwin, ROW TWO: Wallace Williams, Erwin Price, Chester Ostrowski, Alec Kulessa.
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FRONT iLeft to Righty Thomas Ludwiczak Mrs Fiske Willxam Zabko STANDING Paul
Elle Richard Patnode Walter Zaniewskl
ROW ONE QLeft to R1ghtlJ0yce Bohonowlcz Andrea Nelson Barbara Sk1b1ski Mary Wolfram
John Paciorek Mr Deuesha Judxth Noska Judith Rosenthal Cheryl Chapin Sarah Wolfram
Eileen Wilson Barbara Banasiak Gall Snicker George Trenholm Kenneth Smith Eugene
Toczydloskl ROW THREE John Srmaroski Robert Pos Carl Peterson Paul Elle Bernard
Kahle Richard Swaluk Frank Yazwinski IH Jonathan Gass Richard Ostroskl ROW FOUR
William Stafford Charles Malewskl Stuart Watts Raymond Wilson Paul Filipkoski Nlcholas
Sawklw Robert Trzcienski
ROW TWO: Rolnert ladamski, ,Edward Ashman, Frank Mastalia,Tophie Nowak: Sharron Drown:
ROW ONE fleft toR1ghty Katr1naSchryver Dlanne Sheppard Karen
Cadleux Joanne Clborowskl Virginia Gadomskx Kathleen Murphy
Joan Hudyma MaryAnn Grybko Loraine Gass Patrlcia Sadoskl
Backiel Mary Newcomb Cynthla Naperkowskl ROW TWO Dolores
Hutkoskl Linda Dlckmson Carolyn LaBroad Linda Ca.nney
Margaret Bleakley Margaret Kisloskx Mary Laskoskx Virgmia
Melnik Elame Foster Carol Page Carol Gritz Charlotte Skroslu
Janice Zera Cynthxa Rodrxguez Louxse Dumond Romona Sk1blsk1
Martha Sanders ROW THREE Charlotte Boro Mary Ann R8.1lCkl
Chester Ostrowsk1 Davmd Wells John Sanborn Walter Zamewskx
Thomas Kostecld Barbara Galenskl Patrlc1aRal1ck1 ROWFOUR
James Wholey Michael Fensxck Raymond Leary Thomas
Ludwxczak Joseph Nlckerson Robert Crafts John Pekarslu
Carol Rogers, Patricia Tozlosld, Judith Barzavikowski, Carolyn Bernard Golonka, blorman Uzdaviynis, Robert Duvla,James Stafursky:
ROW ONE qLeft to Righty James Stafursky Madel1neMleczkowskl Elaine Kllnker Anthony Cantakos ROW THREE Andrew Rohrs
Judy Kllgour Mr Daniel Sullivan Qadvlsorj Margaret Thompson Robert Duda Paul Duda Daniel Barker Michael Fensxck David
Ruth Uzdavims Jon Lankowskl ROW TWO Robert Petrovic Helen Barker Thomas Kostecki
Radowlcz Catherine Herlihy Barbara Dzenls Martha Graves
ROW ONE QLeft to Right, Mr Cowan Martha Eaton Ehzabeth
Johnston Kathleen Perkins Pr1sc1lla Prutzman Carol Pasiecnlk
Judith Kalentek SandraBatchelder Richard Stafursky Dudley Rose
ROW TWO Allan Chace Herbert Gass Thomas PBCIOFBK Byron
Canney Robert Porter Jeffrey Fawcett Wilham Burns Dwight
Clary Walter Mastaliz James Warchol Morgan Wood Mlchael
Clborowskx Warren Bardwell ROW THREE M1chaelFinkowsk1
Robert Kostecki Chester Potyrala Joseph Saviskl James Turatl
James Ludwlczak Donald Sadowsky GeorgeBel1 Michael Hartwell
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Kahle Jon Sanborn Paul Ralston ROW TWO R1cha.rd Wells
Robert Jackson Thomas Olanyk Gerard Paclorek Robert
Laframbolse Steve Hassell Mlchael Thompson John Pac1orek
ROW THREE Coach Edgar Myron Rokoszak Charles Sakowlcz
Ernest Llvely Robert Crafts Chester Krus1ewsk1 Lawrence
Golonka Michael Fens1ck ROW FOUR James Wholey Bernard
Kahle Carleton Peabody III Vulham Melmk Edward Storozuk
Raymond W11son Mr Ames
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ROW ONE QLeft to Righty Wilham Burns Kenneth Wysockl Ames Robert Trzclenskl Stuart Watts Paul Filipkowslu
Michael Finkowskl Walter Mastaliz James Warchol Frank Mastaliz Vxctor Waryas Robert POS
Rlchard Tozloskx Jonathan Gass ROWTWO Coach William
ROW ONE QLeft to Righty Jonathan Gass William Burns Coach Phillips Richard Winskye Victor Waryas Nxcholas
Theodore Fortier James Warchol James Duda Donald Sawklw Rlchard Trumble Stuart Watts Edward Sherman
Sadowsky Frederick Ehman.n Walter Mastallz ROW TWO Edward Grltz
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ROW ONE 1Left to Righty Stephen Trenholm Mlchael Thompson Thomas Olanyk Gerald Baranoskx
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Miriam Brooks Dianne Benoni Margaret Bagdon Patricia Betty Ralicki Sandra Ralicki Eileen Wilson Toph1eNovak Martha
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Being new at this sport the girls played five games fof which they won three J Our coach Miss
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The girls also attended a tournament in
Grafton. Although the girls did not come
back victorious ,they had a very nice time.
Alumnae 43 5
Arms 43 15
Hopkins 63 15
Sanderson 29 24
Mahar 39 8
Charlemont 54 40
Amherst 32 18
Greenfield 28 48
Amherst 18 17
Keene 28 26
Greenfield 32 51
ROW ONE: lLeft to Righty Kathleen Murphy, Barbara Banas, Marianne Ralicki, Captain Margaret gint? Acaciemy
Bagdcn, Patricia Goodrich, Ann Hutkccki, Patricia Rancid. Row TWO: Coach Miss viola Goodnow, Mar emon 54 34
Betty Jekanowski, Barbara Galensld, Betty Ralicki, Judy Kilgour, Georgeann Dufault, Manager Mafkffr 49 14
Carol Page' Hopkins as 16
Smith Academy 59 7
Northboro 28 25
Greenfield 37 59
Grafton 32 33
ROW ONE: QLeft to Righty Joanne Beaudry, Charlotte Skroski, Dia.nne Benoni, Christine Godomski,
, 1 Mary Susan Savage. ROW TWO: Carole Rowe, Betty Richardson, Coach Viola Goodnow, Mary Baker,
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ball Team also had a very successful
season this year with a season record
of 16-2. This was the first year for most
of the girls to play, but they are coming
back next year to try to see if they can
Arms 18 14
Hopkins 21 16
Mahar 33 13
Charlemont 16 15
Arms 18 17
Charlemont 18 10
Mahar 31 4
Smith Academy 18 5
Amherst 5 18
Keene 4 18
Greenfield 11 8
Smith Academy 18 10
Amherst 15 14
Greenfield 22 6
Hopkins 16 13
ROW ONE iLeft to Righty Coach Ma.xwellMoczu1ewsk:l Steve Hassell John Paciorek Manager ROW TWO
Paul Elie Richard Swaluk Joseph Nickerson Thomas Kostecki Charles Parzick
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Patrlcia Rallcki ROW TWO Martha Graves Carol Rogers Judy Kilgour Helen Radowicz E1leen Wilson
ROW THREE Mary Ann Ralicki Charlotte Skrawski Betty Rxchardson Virgmxa Gadomskx Betty Ralicki
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We had an oriental theme, and our prom was entitled "The Land
of the Midnight Sun." As each person entered the gymnasium, he
had to cross a curved bridge, The ceiling was covered by pink and
blue crepe paper, which gave the hall a cozy appearance.
We floated to the dreamy music played by the Knights of Melody,
and every so often we stopped to make a wish by the wishing well,
which was located in the middle of the floor.
The queen, Barbara Banas, and the king, David Barker, were
crowned in the pagoda house by last year's queen, Ruth Howes. The
court was composed of Lorraine Graves, Patricia Warchol, Eunice
Antes, Maveret McClellan, Ann Brzozowski, and Patricia Robinson.
Our prom was one of the best the school has seen, and a good
time was had by all who attended.
On a hot humld August evening a weary gentleman by the name of John Yestramskl dozed off whlle readlng his evening paper The quiet silence of his repose was broken by
the frantic rlnglng of the doorbell Groggily John rose and upon openlng the door found a telegraph messenger wlthacahle from Skip Parzlck The telegram read as follows Before
geseaslrzgi news to puhllc stop Am lnformlng you of my completed feat stop First brldge from San Francisco to Tokyo stop In '59 they said 1tcouldn't be done stop I
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As he fintshed readlnglt John chuckled rememberlng that flrst day when Skip and he feellng blg and Important entered the portals of Deerfield Hlgh School Soon after thelr
arrlval that importance was deflated by the almighty seniors He recalled well that flrst dsy s congregation of the freshmen ln the gymnasium where Mr Dowd Principal wel
comed ths class and orlsntated lt to the regulations of the school
After many frustratlng days the freshman year was underway and as John started remlnlsclng about the good old days he dropped off into a deep slumber Suddenly a falnt
smlle was seen on hls face ashe heard the voice of Scampy that little subconscious being withln htm say ' John old boy
Remember that flrst class meeting votlng ln
our leaders Zak Russo Telega Adamski and
Wynne who started their rule on that very day
under the guldance of Mr Moczulewskl s say
What a beginning' What a year'
We had athletes who dld appear
In football basketball and baseball too
Here our members were not so few
Hassell Telega Merskl and Clark
Were four who had lots of spark
Assisted by Noska Wynne and Foxle
And Drozdal and Crafts all with lots of Moxie
Besides these Baronas was on the beam
Carrying out the old bucket to his team
The glrls dld their part and more
Wlth Zak McClellan and Bagdon to score
Oh yes Sblrley and Josie dld not shirk
To donate help and really work
And Norma Russo added her share
By spreading a few cheers here and there
How old pal you I could have crowned
When on dances and soclals you frowned
After all that freshman hop was fun
A success ln every way for everyone
The greatest event of that flrst year
Was the erectlon of the new Frontler
With joy and sorrow we bid adleu
To Deerfield Hlgh and Mr Dowd too
In the fall enterlng Frontters elght large
We awaited eagerly to see what was in store
M Alvlno our Superlntendent Principal
Selected our colors red whlte and blue
Class offlcers Warchol Johnston and
And Telega and Russo were in there you bet
As sophomores we conducted several dances
Successfully we were making advances
Wlth Mr Spencer and Mrs Gallantas advisors
We were aging and growxng much wiser
Six classmates brought us great renown
In the dramatic performance of "Our Town '
Barker Antes Hutkoskl Walt and Am1
Banas and Graves were slmply grand
As candidates we were in many many places
For the Carnival Ball Petroskl and Russo
were ln the races
The new Frontler band was composed
of Barker Smiaroskl Wynne and Rose
Wholey Drozdal Hassell and Lankarge
Wlth Mr Talnter the hopeful instructor
Joined with the band were the lovely majorettes
Llplnskl Johnson Banas and Grltz
Paclorek Wabeck Melnik and Graves
Who twlrled in anticipation of festival days
Sad was the day when over radio and wlre
The words were heard of the Deerfield Hlgh
After days of confusion and despalr so great
We pushed on to win fame at any rate
Merskl Telega Crafts and Graves
Lankarge and Hassell were the Redskln Braves
Along with Noska Wynne and Mills
They gave us cause for many sport thrllls
Petroski and Wsschol supplied their bit
And as cheerleaders made qulte a hlt
As other actlvltles lnto vlew dld come
At the Latin Banquet we really had fun
But this was not the only affair new at good
An Usherettes organization with Wolfram and
Grltz dld appear
And McClellan and Llpinskl had a blg part
Together with Olson and Jeksnowskl at the
In sports dramatlcs dances and other affairs
One could always find the sophomores there
As upperclassmen there was much cheer
For we gained that rank In our Junior year
As the '58 football season came rolllng in
Merskl Graves Lankarge and Telega threw
The choice of Graves and Telega was qutte
As they became our flrst and vlce presidents
Hutkoskt Merskl and Johnson them dld help
Carry out class matters without a yelp
John can you recall that wonderful sock hop
Where Mr Sandler our advisor did the bop?
But nothing compares with the decorated hall
When we put on the famous Snow Ball
The Carnival Ball Candidates were Washburn
And these glrls from our class were really
Wlth Telega Yestramskl Lankarge and Crafts
on the team
Our basketball squad was really on the beam
The girls with Banas Jekanowskl Bagdon
Had a team where absolutely nothing dld lack
When cheerleader ptcklng time came around
Ondras Wolfram and Washburn made the best
Then wlth Yestramskt and Antes the back
The "Curious Savages were McClellan
Barker and Fraves
Next the National Honor Society into whlch
Graves McClellan Wholey Zak and Rose
When spring came around and the leaves
The baseball team with Pete and Steve hustled
The glrls' softball gang dld other squads cream
With Zak Antes and Bagdon on the team
Jeksnowskl held the bats and kept the score
Whlle Mrs Davis made them work more and
All through the year Mr Sandler and Mrs
Gallant made thlngs cllck
And our senlor year surely came very quickly
Finally the btg year soon came around
And the word "senior" made a sweet sound
Mr Hoye the head of our administration
Worked with our offlcers ln close co operstlon
When Telega Graves and Hutkoskl took over
Wlth Russo and Melnlk we were ln clover
Telega Graves Hassell Wynne and Merskl
Were the football heroes wlth Cra.fts and
The new sport of hockey dld unfold
Dickinson Jekanowski and Antes at the goal
With Bngdon and Zak who had plenty of zip
Were coached by Miss Goodnow cracking the
In basketball the players of past year were
And as a team they struggled for much fame
To their last Unlverslty tourney the senlors
And there lasted for two nights ln a row
The glrls' wtnnlng team this year made a
To perform tn the new Grafton Hlgh tourney
On the All Tourney Team Peg Bagdon for her
Brought home with her a fine trophy to display
'Vken a lous honors were handed about
We had a flne group about whom to shout
For when they had the My True Secur y
Our own Paul Legac was considered the best
Matters of this nature here were not concluded
Several senlors were chosen who were best
Legac and McClellan at the American Inter
With Barker Llptnskl and Melnlk displayed
Then Norma Russo took distinction as the girl
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And Carol Melnlk was found best poet by far
Roger Culver was the star farmer of the Bay
Whlle Marlon Parker's Homem.aker's Award
was truly great
At the drama festival we came out on top
For the first and best was Mavle the cream of
Not alone was she In this gallant race
Because Washburn walked off wlth flfth place
Barker and Yestramskl with the others went to
When all were selected to he Boston bound
Chorus and band will be remembered long
For thelr beautiful music and wonderful song
In years to come we ll tell a flne tale
Of the fun we had at the senior food sale
Later ln the year plans were made with much
When Frontier presented its f1rstSc1ence Fair
In spring the students seek the open air
For ln softball Bagdon and Zak had qulte a
Telega and Hsssell hlt the ball wlth a whack
Whlle Pete also went out for track
Soon we came into that month of June
When senior actlvitles were in full bloom
Remember the prom? We had an oriental
And to the music we floated as lf ln a dream
Oh John our plcnlc wasnt lt grand
Boating swlmmlng and laying ln the sand
Serlousness once more over us took hold
At Class Nlght our wills and prophecies were
Then that flnal nlght upon us soon came
We were leaving Frontier High for greater
There were tears and gladness lu everyone's
When they shook hands and made their
Hey there John dldn t Scampy spin quite a
Now you can go to sleep That's the end of the
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In June 1974 Stephen Hassell and William
Bagdon were taking a trip to Florida As they were
walking down the corridor at Bradley Field they met
Paul Legac an instructor at a new school and hls
famlly After chatting for a while they proceeded to
the terminal where Chester Kruslewski was in charge
of selling tickets for Eastern Airlines
Marianne Bohonowicz the terminal announcer
stated that the plane would arrive at 10 15that morning
and was to take off at 10 35 They were getting com
fortable in their seats when their pert brunette hostess
came down the aisle She stopped and looked at Steve
and Bill with a puzzled expression on her face It was
none other than Lorraine Graves who at one time
said that she would never fly
After take off she returned to visit with the two
travelers and asked them if they had seen Bill Parzlck
and John Yestramskl who were returning from a
busmess trip to New York She sand that the week
before she had seen four other classmates John
Lankarge returning from Las Vegas Shirley
Rockwood who had married while she was in Texas
Maveret McClelland coming from London afteratour
of Europe and Rick Mills a general ln the Army
When they landed in New York Steve and Bill
told Lorraine that they would see her on the return
trip Here they had a three hour wait, so they went to
a highly recommended restaurant and discovered that
the head waiter was Bradley Peterson and the manager
was Morris Dwight Much to Steve's surprise Walter
Pekarski was the head cook instead ofthe meat packer
that he had planned to be After eating Bill ran into
the drugstore bought some cigarettes and notlced
Joe KIBIOSKI, now a pharmacist behind the counter
While discusslng old times Bill forgot that he had to
and told him that he had hailed a cab driven by Lynn
Sumner As they were cruislng along they passed
Central Park and saw Anne Zak instructing several
youngsters as to the use of the trampoline Continuxng
on their hectlc ride they sighted Millie Sanders and
Pat Rob1nson strolling along wxth thelr baby carrxages
Steve and Bill knew that they had some extra time
so they had the taxl take them to Bellevue Hospital
where they thought Larry Wrxsley was recovering from
an automobile accident As they entered they saw
Norma Russo and Barbara Rudnicki who were practic
lng their skills in nursing In the lobby of the hospital
they chatted w1th Dr Carol Melnick a psychologist
and her secretary Eunice Antes who had come from
a conference with an emxnent doctor As they were
making their ex1t they saw Ann Brzowoski and Pat
Mumblo who informed them that Larry had just been
discharged Ann and Pat had been Larry's nurses while
he was there
Leaving the hospital in the background Bill and
Steve progressed toward the airfield when suddenly
they heard a siren that of an ambulance It was be
ing sent to an accident at the airport because the
drlver was an old friend of theirs Ed Sokoloski
they got a thrilling ride They thanked Ed and before
they boarded the plane saw Bob Crafts accompamed
by Karol Drozdal snapping pictures of the gruesome
scene Turmng from th1s sight they noticed Ingrld
Olson Lmda Sxelskx Barbara Washburn and Pat
Warchol with thexr students who had been touring the
airfield While waiting for the plane to take off they
reconglzed Rebecca Wholey coming off her private
plane with her pilot Wllllam Ottxnger Accompanymg
them was Margaret Bagdon who had been teaching
physlcal education at the Rivlera Rebecca had Just
completed her studies at the Sorbonne in France
After take off a distinguished businessman whom
Bill recognized as David Barker and his secretary
Ann Hutkoski, sat in the seatin front of Bill and Steve
Knowing that two of their former classmates were
aboard they looked around and recognized Joan Legac
Marcia Mowry Patricia Ondras Mary Petroski Janet
Rose Janet Shaw Valerie Smlaroskl Norene Wolfram
and Helen Zajac all secretaries Curious as to
where they were going Steve got up and was approach
ing the rear ofthe plane when he was tripped by a joker
known as William Baronas and fell flat on hxs face
As he was comlng to he could hear someone in the
distance asking 'May I help you?" The voxce was
none other than that of Judith Gritz R N As Steve
struggled to his feet he was asslsted by Dianne
Dlckmson Judy and Dianne were taking their patlent
Nancy Olanyk to Silver Springs Nancy a dental
assxstant needed the attention of a specialist who
As Steve was returning to h1s seat he heard a
mumble Billwastalkinglnhls sleep Hewa.s muttering
about a bridge bullt by Peter Telega and Matthew
Noska that completely by passed the Umted States
Steve thought it was tlme to bring Bill back to reality
and wake him up When Bill was entlrely awake he
decided to gaze through his bmoculars In great
surprise he could see Roger Culver Henry Kocot
and John Merskl the owners of several cotton flelds
About this time the plane was approaching the
were greeted by Walter Hutkoskx with h1s mathematics
students who were being shown how lmportant math is
to the airplane personnel They were being guided by
Bill Graves a Jet mechanic at the field After speaking
with B111 and Walter they sald good bye to Judy Nancy
and Dianne Before leavmg the airport they saw
Barbara Banas Marion Parker and V1rg1n1a Wabeck
three nurses off to an Axr Force school accompamed
by Kathleen Erman who had many years of service
experxence They then proceeded to the railroad statlon
and boarded the train which was to take them to their
destxnation It was then that Bill recognized Walter
Sadowski as the conductor
Along about 6 00 p m Steve and B111 recognlzed
Josephine Paclorek and Sandra Lipinskl at the far end
of the dining car and once again old times were
"hashed over ' Later while engrossed in readmg a
magazine the COSMOPOLITAN B111 saw an article
about Betty Jekanowski and her fabulous dancers At
the same time they observed an electronics magazme
published by Francis Golash and Leroy Wynne
Feehng groggy Bill la1d aslde h1s magazine and
fell asleep to the click click of the wheels Notxcxng
that Bill had dozed off Steve also lost hlmself ln sleep
Are you wondering whether these two young men
made their destination? We are' By the way the
secretaries previously mentloned were on the1r way
to a conventxon in Juneau Alaska
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We the class of 1959 being of sound mind and body on this fifteenth day of June 1959 do hereby make this our last will and testa
To Mr Hoye we leave a pair of cleats so that he may be heard
while patrolling the halls
To Mrs Davis we will Larry Wrlsley so that he may accompany
her to Amherst and keep her smiling
To Mrs Splndler we bequeath a spare period so that she may
get her papers corrected on time
To Miss Peterson we leave an automatic pinching machine so
that her fingers will be able to rest in French class
To Mr Ames we leave a football star to take the place of Gus
To Mrs Enoch we will twenty feet of barbed wlre to enable her
to keep her students in home room during seventh period
Mr O Connor we bequeath a garage for his ' hot Chevy "
To Mr Frlgard we leave a S100 000 life insurance policy to
protect him from any lnjury he may receive while teaching Driver's
To Mrs Beattie we will some extra "sick" beds for seniors who
like to skip English class
To Mr Moczulewski we leave a llfe size picture of Zsa Zsa
Gabor to complete hls biology charts
To Miss Goodnow we leave aterrarlum so that she can properly
care for the turtles snakes and lizards that wander into her room
the first one which was worn out by constant use
To Mrs Flske we leave some special pills to help ' calm down"
To Mrs Ryan we leave a bottle of bee sting llnlment
To Mr Mac Donald we bequeath an electric coffee maker so
that his guests will not be poisoned by his homemade coffee
To Mrs Mac Affee we leave a book on How to Raise a
To Mr Tainter we leave a ton of horse meat to keep his huge
Kelleher we bequeath a new baby carriage to replace
LaPlante we will Kathy Murphy for one more year
Newcomb who will need lt
Ann Hutkoskl wills her typing ablllty to Janice Zera
Billy Graves leaves his A's to Franny Wysocki
Nancy Olanyk bequeaths hermaks up kit to Virginia Melnlck
Ingrid Olson leaves her driving ability to Judy Barwlkowskl
Frances Golash wills his ablllty to dance to Jan Lankowski
Judy Gritz leaves her twlrllng ablllty to Sylvia Rosenthal
Steve I-Iassell bequeaths his baseball glove to Billy Burns
Walter I-Iutkowskl wills his lnablllty to collect class dues to
next year's senior class treasurer
Janet Rose leaves her quietness in the band to Roger Clapp
Barbara Rudnlckl leaves her dependability to Pat Sadoskl
Mildred Sanders bequeaths her jolllty to next year's fourth
period gym class
Peggy Bagdon leaves her asparagus patch and heads for the
Pat Robinson leaves to hunt for an apartment
Linda Sielskl wills her sweetness to Dorothy Rallckl who needs
Peter Telega bequeaths his blush to Charlotte Skroskl
Patty Warchol leaves the teachers at peace
Eddie Sokoloskl leaves his mechanlcal ability to Julian Goralskl
Lynn Sumner wllls his motorcycle to Harry Schryver
Nonnie Wolfrom bequeaths her dlet book to Karlene Wilson
John Yestramskl leaves his bowling ball and flsh pole to any
who skips school as much as he did
Paul Legac wllls his time schedule to anyone who is brave
enough to take it
John Merski bequeaths his football shoulder pads to Gerry
Patty Mumblo leaves for Texas
Matthew Noska leaves Eileen disappointed
Josephine Paclorek leaves her skating ability to Judy Besse
Marian Parker wills her homema.ker's award to anyone who
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To Mr Couglln we bequeath a special fish lure so that he will
be able to catch fish ln the Deerfield River
Mr Edgar we leave a winning football team
Mrs Tainter we leave Mr Tainter
Mr Thomas we bequeath an ambitious yearbook staff for a
Mr Cowan we will a year's supply of hamburgers so that
he will not eat Mr Sullivan out of ' house and home '
To Mrs Field we leave an automatic spanking machine for her
troublesome seventh graders
To Mrs Morlssey we will an automatic baby sitter to make lt
easier for her to teach
To Mr Ashenden we bequeath an electric eye to find out who is
starting all the commotion in general science
To Mr Denesha we leave a new set of sand bags to keep his
house from being flooded
To Mr Parker we leave a whole class of Roger Culvers to
bring him fame
To Mrs Hollingsworth we leave afool proof system of collect
mg blue slips
To Mr Sullivan we bequeathafool proof hydrogen generator so
that he will not blow up the chemistry laboratory again
To the cafeteria workers we will ayear's supply of paper plates
To the custodians we leave some unbreakable glass for the eight
David Barker leaves his late homework to anyteacher who will
Roger Culver waits to leave with Carolyn La Broad
Diane Dickinson wills her fullback position on the hockey team
to Tophle Novak
Morris Dwight bequeaths his prlvate arsenal to anyone who
wishes to start a revolt against women
Kathy Erman leaves as she came quietly
Chester Kruslewshi leaves for the service
John Lankarge wills his ability to notice teachers'errors on the
blackboard to anyone with as quick an eye as John's
Sandy Lipinski bequeaths her ability to hitch rides to Patty
Ralickl who ls always running out of gas
Lorraine Graves leaves her ablllty to organize to Mary
Walter Pekarskl bequeaths his meat knife to the cafeteria so
they can cut larger sllces of meat
Bradley Peterson wills his shyness to Lennie Kahle
Mary Petroski leaves her love of shorthand to Pat Tozloski
Norma Russo leaves her cheering ability to Carol Bostley
Walter Sadowsky wills his secret hair tonic to Bobby Jackson
Becky Wholey leaves her foreign language APTITUDE to
Larry Wrlsley leaves his Hollywood mufflers to Jon Sanborn
Anne Zak leaves her depleted hospital insurance to Elaine
Kllnker who has already started using hers
Mavle Mc Clellan bequeaths her dramatic ability to anyone
can use it
Marlann Bohonowlcz leaves with her little blue "bug "
Blll Bagdon leaves his height to Dudley Rose
Barbara Banss wills her head majorette hat to Jean Dickinson
Eunice Antes leaves the road from Ashfield to Conway empty
Billy Baronas leaves with Henry Kocot after many years of
Ann Bryzowskl wills her mathematical ability to Betsy Baker
Bob Crafts bequeaths his huge appetite to Janet Mowry
Joan Legac leaves her serious expression to Betty Rallckl
Carol Melnlck wills her poetic ability to Arthur Lively
Marcia Mowry bequeaths her loud voice to someone in chorus
Karos Drozdal leaves his body to Science
Joseph Kisloskl wills his fear of girls to Billy Zabko
Patty Ondras leaves her giggle to Janet Mastallz
Billy Ottlnger leaves without his twin brother who ls left in
the capable hands of Mrs Sptndler
Billy Parzick wills his wolflshness to Ernest Lively
Shirley Rockwood bequeaths her red hair to Kathy Chesk whc
has tried without success
Valarle Smlarowski wills her absentmindedness to Karen
Cadleux who doesn't seem to have any
Leroy Wynne leaves his neat crew cut to Warren Whitney
Vlrginla Wabeck bequeaths to the cafeteria a dozen eggs from
Barbara Washburn wills her freckles to Mary Sue Savage
This question of how far should we go is probably asked by every high school sen1or in the
country today and it is an lmportant question In reply to this question lies the future of the
world but even more important therein l1es the future of man
Today the student hears the cry 'Go to college " but this cry should not apply to all for
the same capabilities are not possessed by all students What is an even more important
factor is that the same desire for acollege education does not exist A certain student's goals
may include years of education while another's may be entlrely different
Many graduates have seemingly different plans for the future but due to confusion may
go far astray from their hlghest aspirations Where do we often find these graduates a year or
two later? They may enter the armed service of our country or enter into a laborer's position
One sees today the need for independence 1n youth and also the need for youth to seek the
utmost responsibility posslble Today's teen ager is expected to conduct himself as a capable
adult but often he IS not given the chance to make important decisions which can affect his
Should one allow today's graduate to declde his own future or should an attempt be made
for counseling? The individual who has such decisions to make without the proper guidance may
search for independence lacking the correct background
Th1s independence may be sought in the armed services by the seventeen or eighteen
year old graduate The Army maybeameans of escape from all advice or it may be a way for
him to clear his mind ln order to better his powers of reasoning Perhaps the maturatlon of the
1nd1v1dual will follow In serving his two years in the Army he also completes his military
obligation Upon discharge this chap has only to satisfy himself in choosing a vocation Some
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times a boy will find hlS vocation r1ght there 1n the serv1ce and w1ll f1nd that 1n th1s career
lies his happlness Such a career IS actually not uncommon and certa1nly does not mean that
he IS a fa1lure
The fellow who flnds h1s vocat1on ln ord1nary work actually beg1ns freedom and 1ndepend
ence Th1S brmgs up the question of whether or not th1s type of vocatlon should be d1SCOllI'ageCl
If the student has a great ab111ty one should endeavor to a1d the young man 1n f1nd1ng
personal sat1sfaction because the pos1tion he holds 1n l1fe IS 1mportant but IS ne1ther the end
nor all there IS to life How he fulf1lls th1s pos1t1on IS the factor by wh1ch one marks h1m as a
success or a fa1lure and the only way he can truly fu1f1ll th1s pos1t1on lS to possess a keen
1nterest The interest one has 1n h1s f1eld of endeavor acts as a st1mulant wh1ch w11l reap
glory and through th1s means he w1ll atta1n self sat1sfact1on and happ1ness
There IS of course another type of personal1ty who graduates from h1gh school w1th no
goal 1n l1fe He dr1fts from Job to Job w1thout ever f1nd1ng sat1sfact1on 1n any part1cular f1eld
Perhaps he revels 1n laz1ness W1thout amb1t1on or the ab1l1ty to rat1onal1ze a great danger IS
foreseen for 1f th1s boy rema1ns 1dle for the rest of h1s l1fe then one def1n1tely cla1ms h1m as
a fa1lure ln the paths of l1fe
The thought beh1nd all examples gxven 1S that no young person today should be forced to
undertake a college career unless he or she deslres to have It for here too fa1lure can be
found Force or over emphas1s of the necessxty of un1vers1ty school1ng can br1ng about the
same drast1c results as the sh1ftless type ment1oned prev1ously Confus1on 1n th1nk1ng or lack
of 1nterest can cause the same result fa1lure
Therefore the answer may be found ln the def1n1t1on of success Accordlng to the old
saying "Success IS where you flnd it " Does that 1dea sound log1cal'? Success IS where yi
find It The word YOU IS stressed because you as an 1nd1v1dual must prepare the way lg-
way to reach the goal or a1m des1red Many leaders and great men have been men who have
successfully completed college and the maJor1ty ofthose successful men are college graduates
But can one deny the fact that many great men have also atta1ned great he1ghts w1thout such a
In th1s country there IS agreat need for a reformat1on 1n the att1tude toward the lmportance
of a college degree Should the lmportance of a degree be judged by SOCl6ty or should the man
h1mself d8C1d6 1ts 1mportance'P There should be more done 1n th1s world to let young people
do more th1nk1ng for themselves and reason out the1r poss1b1l1t1es of fa1lure Th1s method
could prove dangerous but the SXPSPISHCC IS well worth the rlsk for such exper1ence IS an
excellent way to ga1n true knowledge
I leave you w1th th1s thought Is It how far should we go or 1S lt how far shall we go Wlth
our own 1deas'P Th1s quest1on can only be answered by the graduates of today the leaders of
tomorrow In the1r answers l1e happ1ness not only for themselves but for the whole world
In th1s world every one of us must do h1s share because 1f we do not what chances are there
for a happy world? True to make the world a better place the people must be educated The
solution then bo1ls down toaquest1on of personal bel1ef and not the code of soclety If we are to
make ourselves heard 1n the world today there must be a little nonconform1ty and a l1ttle
appl1cab1l1ty for w1thout these two we shall all be followmg the same pattern of l1fe and shall
be unable to ga1n the freedom of the stars In those stars should l1e our goal and 1n our goal
should l1e our happmess.
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Members of the clergy honored guests parents and frlends On behalf of the class of
1959 of Frontler Regional H1gh School I welcome you to our graduatlon
Here before you IS a class of graduates aclass composed of 1I1dlVldl13.lS varying in their
ways of thmking and reasonlng Each has a goal ln life and each possesses an attitude toward
attalnlng it What klnd of attltudes are they and will they help us to cope w1th the problems that
wxll confront us?
When soclety grows lt so often expects youth to render much to that growth It IS very
effectlvely? As young people we are given every opportumty and are encouraged to develop
the talents so necessary for leadership Frequently we flaunt these advantages We expect so
much and we return so lxttle Why? Are we lazy or have we formed bad hablts 'P Perhaps the
problem involves both reasons
Habits are certalnly needed m our lives and they can either be benef1c1al or detrxmental
depending on what they are and the condltions under which they are formed Too often the
average child is coddled and pampered by lov1ng parents who s1ncerely bel1eve they are
helping Are the parents really aidlng when they feel the1r child can do no wrong? Several
xnstances have occurred ln whxch an anxious parent 1nformed teachers or off1c1a1s 1n other
phases of life that Johnny IS never like that at home Soon a ch1ld learns to tell h1s parents
every time a problem confronts him He knows they wxll resolve It for him wlthout question
and soon he accepts no responsibility When a child reallzes that his parents w1ll protect h1m
true that in time we shall be society's first citizens, but shall we be able to take our places
even under the most unreasonable circumstances he forms the hab1t of dolng exactly as he
W1Sh6S w1th never a thought of the consequences
Thls attxtude is carrxed over into adult l1fe and the indxvldual expects the same treatment
from the people w1th whom he assoclates Whatever he does must be rlght for he has always
been led to belxeve th1s
When upsets begin to creep into the daily l1fe of the matur1ng man or woman he blames
h1s parents teachers or someone else at any rate In no way does he reproach hlmself for h1s
own actlons uood c1t1zens are not made ot such quahtles and the excessxve protectweness
of our youth whxch causes some of the bad hablts to be formed must be stopped The foun
datlons of character and personahty must be la1d wh1le attendmg secondary school and at that
t1me general goals should be declded
In school too we are pampered We complam that we are g1ven too much work When we
go to college and to our Jobs we shall be expected to fulflll certam requxrements and some
of us shall be unable to do so because we have not prepared ourselves When we f1nd we can
not accompl1sh what lS expected of us we lmmedlately blame our teachers If we apphed
ourselves more d1l1gently we would prove ourselves capable and upon enterlng our new
posts we would f1nd ourselves adequately prepared Instead of accomphshmg what we can
thmg shall be made easy for us
The young adult must reahze that everyone 1n th1S world must make deC1S1OI1S and must
meet obhgatlons and must learn to face success or fallure by hlmself Thus the attitude of
self suff1c1ency lS a great and essentlal commodxty 1n the bu1ld1ng of a strong character It IS
to be admlred We must learn to cultxvate a collectlve sense of resourcefulness If we do not
learn to stop condemnlng other people for what we br1ng upon ourselves we w1ll become a
natlon of people w1th no code We will be people wlth no sense of respons1b1l1ty and therefore
w1ll accompl1sh nothlng Our clvilxzatlon shall decay and crumble and we shall be people
w1thout home character or personallty
Tomght this class of '59 has covered the ground work for the future May It be possible
that the labors of all have not been in valn and may lt be poss1b1e that we attam the goals for
whlch we str1ve through open mlnds wh1ch can forsee the reasons for the healthy outlook of
the future As a WISE old Chxnese sage has sa1d "The hlghest towers are bu1lt from the
ground " At th1s moment we stand on that grolmd and look up at those towers whlch are standlng
stralght and erect and whxch are wa1t1ng for any one of us who strlves to reach the1r peaks
from where we can survey the whole world ln all 1ts glory
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we drift alongg when we graduate, we feel that we have reached the epitome, and now every-
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T1'l the end of tlme
Vke vull hold our honor hlgh
All the Joxs vxdve shared
And tears compared
We'll never let them d1e
T111 the end of t1me
Faih of us wlll hold IH heart
Our alma mater strong and true
And never from that part
Vke are leavlng nom
Separatc paths VK111 flnd us all
We'll be on our own but not alone
I 1fe's joy vu c an recall
So Frontler H1gh to xou we sax
When We are far avu ay
X our ITILHIOTIQS vtxll lmger
'T1l the end of tlme
Todas a velvet eurtaln falls
Io guard our fond memorus
Of f.her1shed Frontler H1gh
And curtaxn as xt seems to us
And curtam though xt be
It only falls bchlnd us non
To guard eat h memorx
Tomght four sears have found thtlr end
But echoes of our laughter
W1ll rec all eac h happv dax
For nova and ever after
We leave our learmng plate todax
Vke leave each fr1end each book
To uandtr dtepnr 1nto llfc
To have .1 clostr look
And IH our joys and Solxtudns
Vke'll thmk of tears gone hx
And l1ft the velvet Lurtaln then
To dream of Frontler Hlgh
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SUUTH DEERFIEI D NIAQSACHUSETTS
GKAUUATLUN luesday Lvenmg June lb 1959
Processmnal Class of 1959
Inwocatlon Rev Joseph B Mow
The Flrst Church of Deerheld
Salutatory Maveret Margaret McClellan
The Atutude of H1gh School Graduates
Choral Selecuons G1rls Chorus
Battle Hymn of the Repub11c" Stefle
Valechctorv Wllllim Farl Graves
How Far Should We Go'7'
Plano SeleCt1on Sanclm X Llplnskl
Xustrlan Sonff Parker
Commencement Xddress D1 Kenneth Wlnetrout
Professor of Fducatlon
Xmerlcan Internatlonal College
Presentatxon of Xwards Robert E Hoye
Presentatlon of D1plomas I James Bednarskl Jr
Chfurman of School Commxttee
Bened1ct1on Rev Leonaldllerreault
St James Church South Deerf1eld
Recessmnal Class of19n9
Marshals Jon Sanborn Presldent Jumor Class
Robert Petrovlc Vlce Presulent Jumor Class
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Meats - Groceries - Gas
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Northampton Auto Parts
Scrap Iron Metal
New and Used Auto Parts
241 King Street
Phone: JUstice 4-2337
Walter l Sadowsky
Brick Block Plaster
South Deerfield M assachusetts
Tel NOrmandy 5 4447
Stacy s Variety Store
Conway M assachusetts
WE SERVE THE BEST
SEALTEST ICE CREAM
Franklin County's Great Family Shopping Center
Wilsons Department Store
Where Your Mother and Grandmother Shopped
Greenfield M assachusetts
C Fisher s Garage
South Deerf1eld Massachusetts
Tel NO 5 2060 Res NO 5 9561
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Wllllamsburg M assachusetts
COlony 8 7949
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Greenf1eld M assachusetts
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Joseph A Schaff
27 Federal Street
Phone PRescott 3 5377
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28 Chapman Street
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Sales 'l' Servlce
409 Federal Street
Dlal PR 3 6316 PR 3 7284
Sunderland Package Store
John M011tOT8S Proprletor
Tel NO 5 2571
Mohawk Muslc Service
Arthur K Strahan
Tel PR 4 4351
Bull s Restaurant
Greenf1e1d M assachusetts
l W Parsons 81 Son, Inc
M achlnery and Supp11es
75 North Klng Street
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127 Sunderland Road
Furn1ture and Plano Movlng
S orage Crat1ng and Packmg
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Jean s Cleaners
30 Ma1n Street
ALp1ne 3 2802
Plckup and Dehvery SGFVICB
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Hatfleld M assachusetts
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Al s Bowllng Center
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Greenfield Sayings Bank
The Professional Pharmacy
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81 Parnt Company
Imperxal Wallpaper Kyan1ze Pamts
Art1sts' Supplxes and
Floor Covermgs Alummum Doors
Dr R A Mahoney AHdW1ndOWS
H A KNAPP8zSONS Prop
33 Bank Row
Telephone PR 2 0418
OUR CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1959
The Franklin Savings
The Bank on the Corner
ALICE R MORRISSEY
South Ma1n Street
South Deerfleld Massachusetts
Tel NO 5 2345 Res Tel NO 5 4428
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Deerlreld Street Market 'As23f
and Deerlreld Store MR MCDONAWSI
JOHN and ANNE KIKOSKI
Wm. H. Morrissey
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LEO TOGNERI P p
Matthew W Noska
Marrlyn s Beauty Salon
John A Ben jamrn
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Coca Cola Bottlmg Company
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Quality Petroleum Products Of
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Hrghway Electric Shop
W S Cassrdy, Inc
STANLEY BOHONOWICZ Prop Greenfleld and Turners Falls
The Hubbard Hall
Chemical Company Hubbard
South Deerf1e1d D1v1s1on
Fertlllzers and Chem1ca1s
South Deerfleld Massachusetts
May Redmond Turatl Proprxetor
Josephme Mlezko Operator
Phone NO 5 2331
Pxckles 8a Rehshes
South Deerfxeld Massachusetts
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The Tumor Class
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Conway National Bank
C onway Mas s
Personal Loans Savmgs Dept
A New England Countlng House For
Over One Hundred Years
Walt s Pharmacy
Phone PR 3 5419
114 Matn street
Your Health Deserves The Best
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The Mutual Plumbmg 81
A rnherst Massachu setts
Conway Savings Bank
C onway, Mass .
For The Best In Clothlng
Men Young Men Boys
242 Maln St
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Pacrorek s Market
South Deerfreld Mass
Phone NO 5 2181
C omphmc nts Of
C E Parsons
Waysrde Electrrc Shop
Wu rn Xpphanc es Repaus
327 Maln Street
South Dec rfletd, Mass
Phone NO 5 2020
Boron s Market
Meats Crocerres and Vegetables
I3Ol'ldSV111E Phone 505W4
South Deerfleld Phone No 5 4670
22 Elrr Street
I lee Dellvery
Brllmgs Drug Store
Donald P Wells Proprletor
The Rexall Store
South Deerfleld Mass
WHAI and WHAI FM
B Iankhu C ounty's Own Nacho Statlon
South Deerfleld Area News wlth Marjorle Rohrs
Monday thru Saturday at 8 30 A M
Congratulatlons and Best W1shes
The Graduatlng Class Cf 1959
The J0hnF McNerney
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St. Kazimier' s Society
Dancing Every Saturday
Turners Falls Mass
C orn pliments
Is School For The B1TdS7
Garblel s Greenhouse
A Spec Lalty
Tel NO 5 2018
Wnlham l Hubbard s
By An Arablan Palamlno
Floyd G Rose
Horses Boarded Bought And Sold
Tel NO 5 9415 or 5 2066
C ompllrnents Of
Walt s Service Station
Complete Sportmg Llne
Gas O11 Lubr1cat1on
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Couture Bros, Inc Roy s Texaco Service
Wallpapers Pamts Varmshes
Pamtmg Paper Hanglng and Get the best at Roy s
Gas O1 Greasmg
Range SL Fuel O11 Phone No 5 2035
Te UH 3 4346
Turners Falls Mass South Deerfleld Mass
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Vegetables Of All Kmds
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South Deerfield Mass
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281 Maln Street
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Clarkdale Frult Farm
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Thayer Street Market
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