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With many thanks and much appreciation, the Class of 1972 dedi-
cates this Yearbook to Mr. George Backhaus, for his tireless service and
unfailing devotion in our behalf.
Mr. Robert Swanick, High School Principal. Mr. Herbert F ord, Supervising Principal
"Someone's in trouble, is it the staff or Mr. Swanick?"
BOARD CF EDUCATION
lst Row, Seated: Mr. W. Dessingue, Mr. E. Duffey, Mr. A. Murphy, Nlrs. M. Lockwood. 2nd Row, Standing: Mr. H.
Olsen, Dr. B. Fleishman, Dr. J. Bursik, Mr. J. Pattison.
Left to Right: Mrs. Feathers, Sec.
to Sup. Principalg Mrs. Bonesteel,
Treasurerg Mr. Printsky, Business
Mr. Backhaus, Scienceg
Mrs. Ecker, English.
Mr. Baker, Mathematicsg
Miss Gabauer, Historyg
Mr. Fullaytor, English.
Right: Mr. Senecal, English
Mrs. Cannon, Businessg
Miss Wheeler, Scienceg
Mrs. Haskins, History.
Below: Mrs. Spendiff, Businessg
Mrs. Thompson, Mathematicsg
Mrs. Joyce, Physical Education.
Mrs. Pratt, Scienceg
Mr. Claus, Musicg
Mr. Pascucci, Driver-Educationg
Mrs. Osborne, Mathematics.
Mr. Petronis, Industrial Artsg
Mrs. Cole, I-Iealthg
Mr. Legasse, Businessg
Mrs. Fischer, Nurse.
Above: Mr. Stein, Language,
Mrs. Manning, Librarian,
Mr. Healey, English,
Miss Aviza, History.
Right: Mr. Smith, Instrumental Music
Mrs. Cummings, Home Economics,
Miss Jackson, History.
lVIr. Tweedy, Physical Educationg Miss
McKeon, Scienceg Mr. Connor, Art.
Mrs. Bursik, Library Techniciang
Mrs. Rist, Clerkg
Mrs. Stover, Attendance Officer.
Left to right: D. Rancourt, P. Kaufmann, B. Pickett, F. Yates, I-I. Rist, W. Ives.
lst Row, Left to Right: D. Romano, I. Blauvelt, A. Tefoe, W. Romano, N. Fera, F. Roberts, M. Dunham. 2nd
Row: A. Kreiger, B. I-Iayner, A. Kreiger, H. Buck, D. Kreiger, K. Cushman, A. Rogers, J. Roberts, J. Messemer,
1st Row, Seated Left to Right: D. Davis, S. Alderman, G. Lally, B. Jones, B. Pfeiffer. 2nd Row, Standing: R.
Murphy, I. Twogood, M. Terk, M. Brennan, K. Kehn, R. Snover, H. Joy.
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"A thousand years is but a grain of sand in time, but love is a
thousand grains of sand in one human lifetime."
Yearbook Staff fTypingJ 125 Business Club Sec. 125 F.T.A. 125
Y-Teens 10, Vice-Pres. 11.
Betty Jean Baker
"I do then with my friends as I do with my books. I would have
them where I can find them, but I seldom use them."
Yearbook Staff QTypingj 125 Paper Staff 115 Chorus 9, 10, 115
Speech Club 115 Business Club 11, 125 Library Club 10, 115 F.T.A.
125 Y-Teens 9, 10, 115 Music Man 105 Inherit the Wind 95
State Award at Cobleskill for Introduction to Business-6th Place
"There is no remedy for love, but to love more."
Yearbook Staff CTypingj 11, 125 Chorus 125 Band 9, 125 Ski Club
11, 125 Speech Club 115 Business Club Treas. 125 F.T.A. 9, 10,
"ITeas. 11, Treas. 125 I.R.C. 115 Y-Teens 10, 115 Prom Committee
"I do my thing, and you do your thing. I am not in this world to
live up to your expectations, and you are not in this world to live
up to mine. You are you, and I am I, and if by chance we find each
other, it's beautiful."
Chorus 9, 105 Drama Club 9, 115 Business Club 125 Yorkers 9, 10,
11, 125 F.T.A. 125 I.R.C. 9, lO, ll, 125 Y-Teens 9, 10, 115
Majorettes 9, 10, Co-Captain 115 Girls Basketball 125 Camelot 95
Music Man 10.
"Without love and laughter there is no joy. Live amid love and
Yearbook Staff fTypingl 125 Paper Staff QTypingl 115 Chorus 9,
10, 115 Speech Club 115 Business Club 11, Vice-Pres. 125 Library
Club 10, 115 F.T.A. 125 Y-Teens 9, Vice-Pres. 10, Pres. 115 Inherit
the Wind 9
State Award at Cobleskill for Introduction to Business - 9th
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"There's a story about a psychologist who was studying the
intelligence of a chimpanzee. He led the chimp into a room full of
toys, went out, closed the door, and put his eye to the keyhole to
see what the chimp was doing. He found himself gazing into a
glittering, interested, brown eye only three inches from his own.
The chimp was looking through the keyhole to see what the
psychologist was doing."
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Student Council 12, Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 12, Honor Society 9,
10, 11, 12, Computer Club 12, Ski Club 11, 12, French Club 9, 10,
ll, German Club 11, Biology Club 11, 12, Varsity Club ll, 12,
Football 9, 10, ll, 12, Basketball 10, 11, Class Vice-Pres. 10,
Inherit the Wind 9.
R.P.I. Mathematics and Science Award 11
"From tomorrow on I shall be sad, from tomorrow on. Not today.
Today I shall be glad. And every day, no matter how bitter it may
be, I shall say: From tomorrow on I shall be sad, not today."
MOST SERVICE TO SCHOOL
Yearbook Staff 12, Student Council 10, Treas. 11, Pres. 12,
Executive Council ll, 12, Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 12, Honor
Society 9, 10, 11, 12, Computer Club 10, Ski Club 10, 11, 12,
French Club 9, 1-O, ll, 12, Speech Club, Pres. 11, 12, Drama Club
11, Biology Club 11, 12: Football 9, 10, Inherit the Wind9
School's top scorer in National lVlath Contest 1115 New York State.
Math Contest at Cobleskill-5th Place 1105
New York State Math Contest at Cobleskill- 2nd Place 1111
Delegate to New York State Governor's Conference on Children
and Youth 119701
National P.T.A. Ethnic Arts and Writing Contest -Honorable Men-
"Education is that which remains when one has forgotten
everything he's learned in school."
Student Council 125 Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 125 Honor Society 9,
10, 11, 125 French Club 9, 10, 115 German Club 11, 125 Biology
Club 11, 125 Varsity Club 125 Basketball 9, 10, 11, 125 Inherit the
"Anyone can hold the helm when the sea is calm."
Student Council 125 Executive Council 12 5 Mu Alpha Theta, Treas.
10, 11, 125 Computer Club 125 French Club 9, 105 German Club
11, 125 Biology Club 11, Treas. 125 Inherit the Wind 9.
"Noise is the most impertinent of all forms of interruption. It is not
only an interruption, but a disruption of thought."
Student Council 9, 10, 11, Treas. 125 Executive Council 11, 125
Paper Staff 95 Chorus 9, 10, ll, 125 All-State Chorus 10, ll, 12:
All-County Chorus 10, ll, 12 5 Choralaires 125 Computer Club 12
Ski Club 10, 125 French Club 9, 10, 115 Drama Club 115 Biology
Club, Treas. 11, 125 Key Club, Sec. 11, Sec. 125 Class Vice-Pres. 95
Camelot 95 Music lVlan 105 Inherit the Wind 9.
"Some men see things as they are and say why, I dream things that
never were and say why not."
Business Club 125 Yorkers 11, Historian 129 F.T.A. 9, 11, 12.
"It isn't the size of the man in the fight. It's the size of the fight in
Speech Club 12.
"I am what I think I am going to be."
Chorus 9,10,11,12g Ski Club 11, 12, Biology Club 11, 125 Yorkers
9, 10, Vice-Pres. 11, Pres. 12, F.T.A. 9, 10, 11, 12, Camelot 95
Music Man 10.
"A good heart is worth gold."
Chorus 10, 11, 12, Speech Club 11, 12, Yorkers 12, Y-Teens 10
Girls Basketball 10.
"I know the nature of women: When you want to, they don't want
to5 and when you don't want to, they desire exceedingly."
Key Club 12,
"I have found you an argumentg I am not obliged to find you an
Varsity Club 10, ll, 125 Key Club 11, 125 Football 9, 10, 11,
Captain 125 Wrestling 9.
"The society which scorns excellence in plumbing because plumbing
is a humble activity. . .and tolerates shoddiness in philosophy
because it is an exalted activity. . .will have neither good plumbing
nor good philosophy. . .neither its pipes nor its theories will hold
Ski Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Biology Club 105 Varsity Club 125 Key Club
ll, 125 Football 9, 10, 11, 12.
". . . it is better to be impudent than to be a boot-licker. . . "
Camelot 95 Inherit the Wind 95 Music Man 105 Prom Committee 11.
Praise is the best diet for us, after all
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"To be what we are and to become what we are ca able of becom-
ing, is the only end of life."
"If you would have friends, be one."
Y-Teens 10, 11.
"Anger is never without a reason but seldom with a good one."
Yearbook Staff 12, Mu Alpha Theta 11, 125 Honor Society 11, 12
French Club 99 Speech Club 115 F.T.A. 10, Sec. 12, I.R.C. 9, 10
Y-Teens 9, Vice-Pres. 10, 11.
"Concentrate on the futureg the past is only a fading memory."
Chorus 12 5 Library Club 11
Honorable Mention Award at Cobleskill for Introduction to
Honorable Mention Award at Cobleskill for Business Math C101
"Supreme happiness will be the greatest cause of misery, and the
perfection of wisdom the occassion of folly."
Chorus 95 Y-Teens 10, 115 Camelot 9.
"We must laugh before we are happy, for fear we die before we
laugh at all."
Yearbook Staff fTypingj 125 Business Club 10, 11, 125 F.T.A.
Vice-Pres. 125 Y-Teens 10, ll,
"And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make."
Yearbook Staff fTypingj 125 Business Club 10, 11, 125 Library
Club 10, 115 F.T.A. 125 Y-Teens 11.
"The difficulty in life is the choice."
Yearbook Staff fTypingl 12, Paper Staff fTypingJ 12, Business
Club 11, Y-Teens 10.
"Some people run, some people walk, some people don't move at
all. Some roads lead forward, some roads lead back, some roads are
bathed in white, some wrapped in fearful black. Time, oh good,
good time, where did you go?"
Yearbook Staff fTypingl 12, Paper Staff QTypingl 11, 12, Chorus
9, 105 French Club 9, 10, Business Club 10, Sec. 11, 125 Library
Club 9, 10, 11, 12, I.R.C. 10, Y-Teens 9, 10, Music Man 105
Inherit the Wind 9.
State Award at Cobleskill for General Business Information I -
8th Place 1105
State Award at Cobleskill for Shorthand and Transcription I - 4th
State Award at Cobleskill for Shorthand and Transcription II -
6th Place C121
State Award at Cobleskill for Rapid Calculation - 9th Place 1121
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Yearbook Staff 115 Student Council 10, Vice-Pres. 11, Sec. 125
Executive Council 1O,11,125 Honor Society 11,125 Chorus 9. 10.11.
Librarian 125 All-State Chorus 10, 11, 125 All-County Chorus 9,
10, 11, 125 Choralaires 10, 11, 125 Band 9, 10, 115 All-County
Band 115 Ski Club 11, 125 Drama Club 115 Biology Club 115 Prom
Committee 115 Camelot 95 Music Man 10
Voice of Democracy Award C115 - 1st Place in school competition,
1st Place in inter-school competition.
"Outside show is a poor substitute for inner worth."
Band 9, 10, Treas. 11, Treas. 125A11-State Band 11, 125Al1-County
Band 10, 11, 125 Varsity Club 11, 125 Football 9, 10, 11, 125
Basketball 9, lo, 11, 12, Baseball 1o,11, 12.
"Behavior is a mirror in which one shows his image."
Yearbook Staff 125 Student Council 9, 10, 11, 125 Executive
Council 125 Band 9, 10, Vice-Pres. 11, Pres. 125 All-State Band 125
All-County Band 9, 10, 11, 125 Dance Band 9, 10, 11, 125 French
Club 95 Baseball 125 Prom Committee 11.
"You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when
you give of yourself that you truly give."
BEST ALL-AROUND GUY
Yearbook Staff ll, 125 Mu Alpha Theta 105 Chorus 9, 10, 11,
Vice-Pres. 125 All-State Chorus 125 All-County Chorus ll, 125
Choralaires 125 Ski Club ll, 125 French Club 9, 105 Drama Club
Treas. 115 Biology Club 115 I.R.C. 105 Y-Teens, Treas. 9, Treas.
105 Prom Committee 115 Class Treas. 95 Music Man 10.
"You shall have joy, or you shall have power," God said, "but you
shall not have both."
Student Council 125 Executive Council 125 Ski Club 9, 10, 11, 125
Biology Club 11, 125 Key Club 125 Varsity Club 11, 125 Football 9,
10, 11, 125 Baseball 10, 11, 12.
"Believe only half of what you see, and nothing of what you hear."
Library Club 95 Y-Teens 9.
"I-Ie who travels alone may come and go as he pleases, but he who
travels with someone must wait 'til he is ready."
Yearbook Staff fTypingJ 125 Student Council 115 Paper Staff
QTypingj 11, 125 Y-Teens 95 Prom Committee 11.
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"We can change the world,
Re-arrange the world.
It's dying-if you believe in justice
It's dying-and if you believe in freedom
It's dying-rules and regulations, who
Open up the door."
"To know is nothing at allg to imagine is everything."
Yearbook Staff QTypingj 125 Paper Staff fTypingJ 11, 129 F.T.A.
115 Y-Teens 10.
"The music that can deepest reach and cure all ill, is cordial
Chorus 129 Library Club 11.
"Life is just one damned thing after another."
Library Club 95 Y-Teens 9 5 Cheerleading 109 Prom Committee 11.
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"The road to Wisdom
Well, it's plain
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and err again
German Club 11.
'fThe thing that goes the farthest towards making life worthwhile,
that costs the least, and does the most, is just a pleasant smile."
Ski Club 10, Y-Teens 9.
"Men may come
Mary Lou Taylor
and men may go, but I go on forever
Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12, Library Club 9, 10.
"Put up in a place where it's easy to see the cryptic admonishment
T. T. T. When you feel how depressingly slowly you climb, it's well
to remember that Things Take Time."
Ski Club 9, 10, Y-Teens 95 Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 125 Prom
Committee 11, Prom Court 11, Class Treasurer 10.
"On the horizon
a new day is born.
lt's new life."
Yearbook Staff 11, 12, Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 12, Honor Society
11, 129 Chorus 12, Ski Club 10, 11, 125 French Club 9, 105 Speech
Club 11, 12, Cheerleading 10 3 Class Pres. 9.
"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is
because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music
which he hears, however measured or far away."
Yearbook Staff 123 Student Council 11, 129 Executive Council 12g
Chorus 9, 10, 125 Band 9, 103 Ski Club 10, 119 French Club 95
Speech Club 10, 12, Girls Basketball 125 Prom Committee ll, 12
"You trust your mother, but you cut the cards."
Mu Alpha Theta 10, ll, 125 Chorus 11, 125 Speech Club 115 I.R.C.
"if I was a witches hat
sitting on her head
like a paraffin stove
I'd fly away and be a bat
across the air I would rove."
"No sadder proof can be given by a man of his own littleness than
disbelief in great men."
Chorus 95 Ski Club 11g French Club 9.
"Freedom, that's what I want
Freedom, that's what I need
Freedom to live, Freedom so I can give
Stone free, to do what I please
Stone free, to ride the breeze, turn me loose."
- Jimi Hendrix
BEST ALL-AROUND GUY
Student Council 9, 125 Executive Council 12, Chorus 9, IO, 11,
Pres. 12, All-State Chorus 10, 12, All-County Chorus 10, Il, 125
Choralaires 10, 11, 12, Basketball 11, 12, Camelot 9 5 Music Man 10.
12 Key Club 125
Entered Senior Year
"We have so little time in which to do so much."
Business Club 12.
"Money is like an arm or a leg- -use it or lose it."
Student Council 115 Biology Club 11 9 Prom Committe 11
"When the fight begins within himself, a man's worth something."
MOST SERVICE TO SCHOOL
Football 9, 10, 11, Captain 12, Baseball 10, 11, Prom Committee
11, Class President 11, 12, StudentCouncil 12, Executive Council
12, Ski Club 12, Biology Club 11, 12, Varsity Club 11, 12, Key
Club 11, Pres. 12.
"I hate to think of the things I should have done and haven 't and I
also hate to think of the things I have done and shouldn't."
Varsity Club ll, 12, Key Club 12, Football 9, 10, ll, 12,
Basketball 9, 10, Baseball 10, 12, Class Treasurer 11, 12.
"Our first duty to society is to be somebody-that is to say, be
ourselves, and we can only be ourselves if we are often enough by
Yearbook Staff ll, 12, Student Council 12, Executive Council 12,
Mu Alpha Theta 10, ll, 12, Honor Society 9, 11, 12, Computer
Club 12, French Club 10, 11, Biology Club 11, 12, Prom
Committee General Manager 11, Class Secretary 10, Class Vice-
Pres. 11, 12.
"Friendship is just a little word. It's people who make it big."
Yearbook Staff 12, Student Council 9, 10, 12, Executive Council
12, Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 125 Honor Society 9, 11, 129
Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, Captain 12: Prom Committee 11g Prom
Court 1 1
Voice of Democracy Merit Award C101
"What is past is gone.
Live each day with a smiley
Your life has just begun!"
Yearbook Staff 12 5 Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 12 5 Honor Society 9
10, Treas. 11, 125 French Club 9, Vice-Pres. 10, Biology Club 11
Cheerleading 10, 11, 125 Prom Committee 11: Prom COUIT 11
Miss United Fund Award 1123
"Till this evening is this morning, life is fine."
Student Council 125 Chorus 9, 10, 11, Treas. 125 Business Club 9,
105 Varsity Club 125 F.T.A. 115 Basketball 10, 11, 125 Baseball 10,
115 Camelot 95 Music Man 10.
"It takes as much time and trouble to pull down a falsehood as to
build up a truth."
Ski Club 10, 11, 12.
Arnold Van Wie
"Do you often stop and whisper in Saturday's shore, that the
whole wor1d's a savior, who could ever, ever, ever, ever ask for
"The easiest person to deceive is one's own self."
Chorus 12, Band 12, Dance Band 12, I.R.C. 9, Inherit the Wind 9.
"Life is to be lived day by day, for there is no other way."
Library Club 10, 119 Y-Teens 103 Prom Committee 11.
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you
Library Club 125 Y-Teens 10.
"Most of us will never do great things, but we can do small things
in a great way."
Library Club 9, 12,
'A vein of poetry exists in the hearts of all men."
There can be no defense like elaborate courtesy."
"Repression is the seed of revolution."
Student Council 95 Speech Club 115 Biology Club 105 I.R.C. 9, 105
Prom Committee 115 Inherit the Wind 9.
"I do my thing and you do your thing. I am not in this world to
live up to your expectations, and you are not in this world to live
up to mine. You are you, and 1 am I, and if by chance we find each
other, it's beautiful."
"To sin by silence when they should protest makes cowards of
men, but to violently express their protest both physically and
mentally makes fools of them."
Student Council 10, 11, 125 Executive Council 10, 125 Chorus 9,
11, 125 All-State Chorus 105 All-County Chorus 10, 115 I.R.C. 9.
"Co-existence or no existence."
Chorus 9, 10, 1 1, 125 All-State Chorus 9, 105 All-County Chorus 9
10, Choralaires 10, 11, 12, Ski Club 11, 12, I.R.C. 93 Camelot 9
Music Man 10, Inherit the Wind 9.
"A decent and manly examination of the acts of government
should not only be tolerated, but encouraged."
Safe Driver's Award 11.
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"It is easy to despise what you cannot get.
Varsity Club 125 Football 10, 11, 12.
"In the days of prosperity be joyful but in the days of adversity
"Truth is the cry of all, but the game of few."
Mu Alpha Theta 9, 10, ll, 12, Computer Club 11.
"Liberty is the right of doing whatever the laws permit
Varsity Club 12, Football 12.
"Silence alone is greatg all else is weakness."
All-State Band 93 Football 9.
"Some people look at things and ask why, I look at things and ask
"Diplomacy is to do and say the nastiest thing in the nicest way."
Football 9, 10.
"There are but two ways of rising in the world: either by one's
own industry or profiting by the foolishness of others."
"I consider it the best part of an education to have been born and
brought up in the country."
Varsity Club 11, 125 Football 10, 11, 12.
"Success is a garden with too much sun. Be careful it does not dry
Mu Alpha Theta 11, 12 3 Wrestling 12.
"Experience informs us that the first defense of weak minds is to
Football 10, 11, 12, Basketball 9, 10, 11,12gVarsity Club 11, 12.
"There is nothing so powerful as truth and after nothing so
Wrestling 11, Business Club 9, 125 Key Club 1 1, 12.
"The world would sleep if things were run by men who say, 'It
mn't be done.' "
MOST SERVICE TO SCHOOL
Yearbook Staff 11, Editor-in-Chief 125 Student Council 125
Executive Council 125 Mu Alpha Theta 11, 125 Chorus 9, 11, 12,
French Club 9, 105 Speech Club 115 F.T.A. 10, 11, Pres. 125 I.R.C.
9, 10, Pres. and Sec. 11, Pres. 125 Y-Teens 9, 10, 115 Majorettes 9,
Co-Captain 10, Captain 115 Prom Committee 115 Inherit the Wind
Magazine Sale Liberty Bell Award - lst Place Daughters of the
American Revolution Award.
" . . . and as today's light fades, there is always tomorrow, and
tomorrow, and tomorrow."
Yearbook Staff 125 Mu Alpha Theta 125 Honor Society 9,10,115
Chorus 9,105 All-County Chorus 9, 105 French Club 9,105 Speech
Club 105 Biology Club 105 Yorkers 95 Music Man 10.
"To fail is to have a chance to do better."
Ski Club 115 French Club 115 Yorkers 9, 1 1
Magazine Sale Liberty Bell Award - 2nd Place
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MOST SERVICE TO SCHOOL
Yearbook Staff 11, Business Manager 125 Student Council 125
Executive Council 125 Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 125 Honor Society
9, 11, Pres. 125 French Club 9, Treas. 105 F.T.A. 9, Treas. 10, Pres.
115 I.R.C.9, 10
State Award at Cobleskill for Math-3rd Place C105
"Only that day dawns to which we are awake."
Yearbook Staff fTypingj 125 Student Council 95 Chorus 9, 10, 11,
125 Band Vice-Pres. 125 F.T.A. 11, 125 Prom Committee 115
Camelot 95 Music Man 10 5 Wrestling Scorekeeper 11, 12.
"What a doleful place this world would be if there were no little
people in it."
Student Council 11, 12g Chorus 9, 10, Prom Committee 11, Music
Man 10. '
Voice of Democracy Award-2nd Place.
"Live for today, remember yesterday, hope for tomorrow."
Chorus 10, 11, 12, Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Librarian 9, 10, 11, 12, Sec.
11, 12, Speech Club 11, Drama Club 11, Biology Club 11, I.R.C.
10, Wrestling Scorekeeper 11, 12.
"There is only one success--to be able to spend your life in your
Yearbook Staff fTypingj 12, Paper Staff fTypingj 10, F.T.A. 9, 10,
113 I.R.C. 9, Prom Committee 11, Ski Club 11, 12.
"Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see the shadow."
Mu Alpha Theta 95 Chorus 125 French Club 9
Voice of Democracy Award 1103.
"i'm talking to a rabbit . . .
i'm talking to the sun . . .
i think iam a hundred-
i'm lying in a forest . . .
i'm lying in a cave . . .
i'm talking to a Dragon . . .
i'm lying on my left side . . .
i'm lying on my right . . .
i'll play a lot tomorrow . . .
i'll think a lot tomorrow . . .
i'1l laugh . . .
a lot . . .
tomorrow . . .
Yearbook Staff 125 Chorus 95 Ski Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Y-Teens 9
Prom Committee 115 Class Sec. 9
"Living in a world of thought I have few opportunities to act."
Student Council 10, 11: Chorus 10, 11, 125 All-State Chorus 125
Choralaires 125 Band 9, 10, 125 Ski Club 10, 11, 125 French Club 95
Biology Club 115 Y-Teens 95 Cheerleading 95 Class Officer 10.
"Loneliness speaks to loneliness and though we mask ourselves
with words of silences, our needs leap out from all we do and speak
to those alike."
Yearbook Staff 125 Student Council 9, 10, 115Paper Staff 10, 115
Chorus 105 Ski Club 9, 10, 11, 125 French Club 115 Y-Teens 95
Cheerleading 9, 10, 115 Prom Committee.
Voice of Democracy Award Cllj.
Lois Geene, Cosmetologyg Karen Quigley, Data Processing
Steve Kreiger, Auto Mechanics
Dan Hubbard, Auto Mechanics
Tom Baker, Electricity
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
John Keeler, Pres.g Wendy Sinacore, Vice-Pres., Carla Fitzpatrick, Sec., Mike Centrella, Treas.
lst Row, Left to Right: B. Ford, E. Bauer, H. Stewart.
2nd Row: M.' Scanlon, C. Aldrich, A. MacLean. 3rd
Row: T. Blackshear, C. Eckel, G. Cipperly.
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Morse, M. Thompson, M. Click-
ner, L. Purtell, D. Erickson, J.
Rivest. 2nd Row: B. Clarkson,
N. Pollock, E. Bauer, J.
Chestara, C. Eckel, G. Berard,
J. Adams, K. Ford.
Junior Prom Court: Jo Shelnutt, Colleen Buehler, Rosemary Vellotti, Judy Rivest, Queen, Wendy Sinacore, Diane Campbell
Robm Roeck. The l1tt1e ones: Juhe Claus and Tommy Ryan.
Presentation of the queen: Judy Rivest, John Keeler.
Queen and her escort:
Rivest, Jay Colarusso
AUSTRIAN SKI TRIP
The parents are in a jovial mood.
'I'he gang that couldn't ski straight.
Who said horses can't ski?"
lvlrs, P,-att - on patrol- Mr. Swanick - our fearless leader
A meeting of the masterminds! Joe's getting reprimanded.
"They weren't caught off guard."
Debbi and Linda our "swinging" seniors.
Is this the emergency room! ?"
Yes, John, 2 x 2 I 4.
Sandy, Bob, and Greg
J'The Three Stooges."
"Are Dunham and Phelps really paying attention?
She's planning another battle in the
war of the sexes.
They all look to Ray for guidance.
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Is George s1eepwalking?"
Now pick up the tempo, Jackie."
". . .and then the mean old
pirate said. . ."
What are Owl and Rat laughing at?"
helped with Journalism.
worked with Mrs. Haskins' History groups.
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lst Row, Left to Right: B. Campbell, M. Behan, C. Christensen
Cromie, R. Church, K. Bissell, J. 'Adams 2nd Row: D. Carner
Campbell, J. Chestara, J. Barkyoumb, M. Clickner, S. Colangelo, D.
Belanger. 3rd Row: W. Bornt, J. Berney, B. Clarkson, C. Chuhta, A.
Bonesteel, R. Briggs, R. Clayton. 4th Row: L. Church. J. Albarelli,
W. Bloomer, C. Dehnert, G. Coletti, J. Cipperly.
lst Row, Left to Right: S. Hartley, B. Eckel, D. Hoffman, A. Fallon,
K. Ford, D. Hummel, T. Fox. 2nd Row: D. Golinski, J. Hardick, J.
Floyd, R. Duncan, D. Erickson, J. Dehnert, W. Fletcher. 3rd Row:
F. Kasmier, P. DeMarse, B. Moody, G. Johnston, M. Jarvis, E. Hoag,
C. Harris. 4th Row: S. Empie, P. Holmes.
lst Row, Left to Right: J. Kirchner, N. Martel, C. Morizio. L. Purtell, N. Pollock, S. Peer, D. Pollock. 2nd Row:
M. Lynn, C. Lee, M. Lagasse, S. Passaretti, A. Mack, IVI. King, D. Keefer. 3rd Row: D. Moquin, B. Moody, G.
Messemer, D. McDermott, P. Marshall, P. Morse, B. Lewis. 4th Row: G. McChesney, P. McGoff, T. Kivlin, R.
lst Row, Left to Right: M. Singiser, J. Wagar, L.A. Sipel, B. Tweedie, C. Seror, C. Wood, J. Rumpf. 2nd Row: C.
Roden, B. Tate, E. Renaldi, C. Winters, M. Thompson, S. Walsh, A. Tarbox. 3rd Row: B. Whitford, G.
Rufenacht, S. Wilson, K. Ross, G. Seabury, A. Salvoti. 4th Row: J. Stickelmyer, J. Schneider, J. Sirco, W.
Rivers, P. Ve11otti,AP. Sauter.
Left to Right: B. Clarkson, Sec.g G. Coletti,
Pres.g R. Hazen, Vice-Presg P. Vellotti. Treas.
Gym for all . ..
Marching to her own drum
lst Row, Left to Right: K. Clickner, B. Bourgeois, C.
Chwalek, P. Burt, P. Brundige, N. Bauer, B. Clickner.
2nd Row: J. Bowman, P. Buehler, K. Airey, C. Bennett
R. Blackshear, E. Boylan, K. Bursik. 3rd Row: T.
Bergin, M. Bornt, R. Benac, M. Belanger, K. Coonradt
B. Bieg, N. Burhans. 4th Row: R. Button, P. Briggs, D
lst Row, Left to Right: N. Goard, D. Flanagan, D.
Dormandy, D. Eastwick, K. Freckleton, S. Fitzpatrick,
J. Hammet. 2nd Row: K. Gliosco, J. Duncan, R. Davis,
S. Frederickson, R. Gaddie, J. Gibson, P. Daley. 3rd
Row: B. Decker, C. Goard, C. Freckleton, M.J. Guinan,
C. Cushman, C. Corlew. 4th Row: L. Derrick, J.
Dunham, B. Gilchrist, C. Estabrooks.
Who's Teaching who?
lst Row, Left to Right: R. Keefer, J. Hoag, V. Matala, M. Herald, T. Iwanowicz, W. Harris, D. Hartnett. 2nd Row: K
Kaschak, S. Labanowski, J. Hayford, W. Heffner, S. Kordana, E. Konieczny, T. Lovegrove. 3rd Row: C. Hunziker, J
Hurteau, G. Hartley, T. Loucks, S. Horning, R. Hayward. 4th Row: G. Joy, J. Hetman.
lst Row, Left to Right: B. Noble, T. Plumb, N. Melsom, J. Perrott, K. O'Brien, B. Morse, P. Muller. 2nd Row: D.
McGrady, D. Page, B. Pickering, P. Pascucci, M. Mumblow, D. Moquin, T. Penman. 3rd Row: W. Reilly, S. Plumb, D.
Page, C. Remillard, M. Rapp, L. Roden, T. Ritrivato.
lst Row, Left to Right: R. Stevens, L. Towne, R. Vogel, R
Waters, S. Ross, J. Tybush, J. Smith. 2nd Row: B. Sheldrick
N. Welch, K. Wheeler, A. Spiak, S. Sherman, P. Whalen, Ji
Trzcinski. 3rd Row: M. Schott, D. Yaiser, M. Rose, M. Wagner,
J. Stannard, D. Rounds, J. Schneider. 4th Row: W. Webster, B.
Whitford, J. Showers. K. Smith.
Left to Right: B. Heffner, Pres., Mr. Legasse, Advisor, D.
Moquin, Treasg W. Harris, Vice-Pres., D. Dormandy, Sec.
Young Scientists at work
lst Row, Left to Right: C. Baligian, K. Burdick, S. Austin, N. Bass, J. Bonesteel, J. Bornt. 2nd Row: H.
Bissell, R. Alger, D. Belcher, A. Albarelli, D. Benac, C. Christensen, B. Chestara. 3rd Row: C. Brown, J.
Brenenstuhl, C. Aldrich, K. Carner, D. Bouchey, W. Baker. 4th Row: C. Capra, D. Bornt.
lst Row, Left to Right: K. Ellis, V. Durkee, T. Duncan, S. Cipperly, S. Clickner, N. Doyle, J. Crook. 2nd
Row: R. Connor, S. Deegan, D. Erickson, J. Eckel, C. Connor, J. Elliot, M. Eddy. 3rd Row: B. Daley, T.
Daley, J. Curran, R. Duncan, L. Church.
1st Row, Left to Right: S. Garmley, S. Hubbard, K. Freemantle, G. Herrey, P. Gibson, G. Haber, M. Hunt.
2nd Row: J. Guthier, W. Hoag, R. Fox, J. Fiore, J. Hewitt, E. Gummer, T. Hoodack. 5rd Row: L.
Fleishman, P. Holmes, T. Hummel, T. Gilchrist, J. Geene, C. Howard, C. Fuller.
Freshmen, on their time off?
lst Row, Left to Right: W. Nealon, R. Morse, R. Nealon, C. Kivlin, M. Kirchner, C. O'Brien, J. Nelson. 2nd
Row: D. Johnston, C. Lemner, R. Kaschak, R. Masterson, R. Muller, D. O'Brien, J. Nealon. 3rd Row: R.
Kienle, G. Kneer, B. Martens, P. Matzen, S. MacLean, E. Leith, D. Krieger.
lst Row, Left to Right: K. Purtell, S. Rebhun, N. O'Brien, C. Rogers, M. Smith, L. Qua, D. Roberts.
2nd Row: E. Seiler, P. Quigley, J. Prock, R. Schott, S. Rapp, D. Roeck, M. Rancourt. Std Row: W
Sarnacki, R. Sandercox, E. O'Donnell, F. O'Donne1l, P. Smith, W. Roberge, M. Quinlan.
lst Row, Left to Right: E. Wilkenson, B. Ware, D. Wagar, M. Wade, W. Tarbox, G. Terk, M. Tate.
2nd Row: W. Van Orman, D. Tweedie, E. Stephens, M.J. Spiak, D. Winters, D. Wenzel, M. Welch.
3rd Row: W. Sweet, W. Vellotti.
Left to Right: R. Kienle, Treas.g P. Matzen, Pres.g Mrs. Cummings, Advisorg K. Heiser, Vice- Pres.g
D. Erickson, Sec.
Gary I-Ierry and Walter Tarbox getting first-hand advice
from Mr. Senecal. About what??
"Why so shyp are they meant to be here?"
"Fifteen more minutes till break!
Pyramus and 'I'hisbe? or Tom and Jeff?
Sniff! Sniff! What's that funny smell?
What period is this, Judy? Third?
As Kathy turns her back, Diane strikes a pose.
Nancy and Tom. They live the part
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lst Row, Left to Right: '1'.
Sweet, W. Sinacore, C.
Aldrich, P. Southard, A.
MacLean, B. Decker, J.
YEARBOOK BUSINESS STAFF
1st Row, Seated Left to Right
B. Baker, M. McLough1an, D
Kaschak, D. Carner, D. Jones, D
I-la es L Gumme 2 d R
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standing: J. Knauer, D. Carroll,
J. Phillips, A. Doring.
1st Row, Left to Right: J
Keeler, M. Centrella, B. Decker
L. Brennan. 2nd Row, standing
H. Stewart, D. Stevens, Mr
Legasse, Business Advisor, E
Bauer, W. Long.
YEARBOOK TYPING STAFF
lst Row, Left to Right: G. Cipperly, J.
Rifenburg, H. Bissel, P. Vellotti, N.
Pollock, C. Freckleton, P. Whalen. 2nd
Row: D. Tweedie, J. Fiore, K. Purtell, J.
Eckel, D. Erickson, S. Lewis, C. Aldrich.
3rd Row: P. Matzen, M. Thompson, B.
Eckel, E. Weiss, K. O'Brien, D. Moquin,
R. Sanefski. 4th Row: P. Sauter, G.
Pattison, C. Eckel, R. Sandercox, J.
Hayford, K. Bursik, L. Towne. 5th Row:
S. Fitzpatrick, D. Bouchey, L. Fleishman.
Kneeling: J. Chestara, Vice-Pres.
Standing: E. Bauer, Treas.g I-I.
Stewart, Pres., J. Shelnutt, Sec.
Seated: J. Keeler, W. Sinacore
Mr. Petronis, Advisor, D
Campbell, J. Shelnutt. lst Row:
J. Floyd, C. Bennett, C. Eckel, J
Colarusso, W. Long, R. Sanefski
D. Stevens, G. Blauvelt, Bi
Heffner, G. Colletti, H. Stewart
2nd Row: E. Bauer, S. Cipperly
J. Hayford, L. Fleishman, B'
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
lst Row, Seated Left to Right: J. Shelnutt, C. Aldrich, Miss Gabauer, Advisor, J. Chestara, W. Sinacore, R
Roeck. 2nd Row, Standing: B. Ford, H. Stewart, A. MacLean, B. Clarkson, J. Floyd, D. Erickson, B
Decker, D. Campbell, G. Cipperly, K. Ford.
IUNIOR NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
lst Row, Seated Left to Right: M. Quillan, J. Fiore, K. Purtell, D. Erickson, N. Doyle, R.
Morse. 2nd Row, Standing: L. Fleishman, B. Chestara, S. Cipperly, P. Gallager, C. Capra.
lst Row, Seated Left to Right: C. Eckel, G.
Cipperly. 2nd Row, Seated: N. Pollock, W.
Sinacore. 3rd Row, Seated: J. Cipperly, B.
Clickner, B. Hayward. 4th Row, Standing: Mrs.
OSb0lfHe, Advisor, P. Vellotti, P. Briggs, W. Rivers,
K. Ford, E. Bauer.
lst Row, Left to Right: K. Quigley, B.J.
Baker, D. Kaschak, Mr. Legasse, Advisor, D.
Carner, R. Kugler, M. Phelps. 2nd Row: J.
Boomhower, B. Cromie, K. Rogers, J.
Bonesteel, M. Welch, V. Durkee, K. Ellis. 3rd
Row: D. Roberts, P. DeMarse, B. Bloomer, B.
Whitford, K. O'Brien, L. Weeden, P. Quigley.
4th Row: C. Morizio, B. Tate, M. Singiser, J.
Guthier, M. McLoughlin, A. Doring, J.
lst Row, Seated Left to Right: K. Gliosco, G. Pattison, D. Brown, L. Fleishman, Mr.
Senecal, Advisor. 2nd Row, Standing: B. Tate, C. Morizio, J. Barkyoumb, D. Carroll, K.
Farrell, D. Hoffman, D. Bouchey, N. Doyle, J. Fiore.
lst Row, Left to Right: E. Bauer, B. Clickner, S. Frederickson, J. Cipperly, C. Eckel, B. Ford, Mr. Backhaus, advisor, G.
Blauvelt, L. Purtell, A. Tarbox, J. Shelnutt, K. Clickner, M. Clickner, D. Erickson. 2nd Row: D. Pollock, S. Peer, J. Tweedie,
J. Floyd, J. Adams, T. Penman, G. Cipperly, E. Konieczny, S. Plumb, D. Eastwick, J. Whaley, N. Melsom, T. Plumb, T.
Bergin. 3rd Row: R. Briggs, M. Thompson, M. Guinan, R. Blackshear, R. Duncan, J. Chestara, G. Coletti, K. Ford, W.
Webster, J. Schneider, T. Fox, H. Stewart, G. Rufenacht, C. Dehnert. 4th Row: P. Briggs, N. Bauer, C. Roden, M. Lagasse, S.
Horning, B. Davis, B. Bourgeois, K. Wheeler, C. Corlew, B. Hayward, B. Gilchrist, B. Benac, M. King, C. Aldrich.
MU ALPHA THETA
lst Row, Seated Left to Right: A. Bonesteel, A. MacLean, B. Ford, N. Pollock, C. Eckel, G. Cipperly, G. Coletti, C. Aldrich,
L. Purtell, C. Bennett. 2nd Row, Standing: J. Chestara, B. Clarkson, B. Eckel, M. Thompson, R. Briggs, D. Campbell, B.
Decker, T. Sweet, P. Southard, J. Floyd, R. Roeck, D. Erickson, M. Clickner, R. Blackshear, W. Sinacore. 5rd Row: P.
Vellotti, N. Bauer, G. Berard, J. Cipperly, P. McGoff, H. Stewart, J. Adams, W. Fletcher, D. Brown, C. Dehnert. 4th Row: K.
Ford, J. Schneider.
lst Row, Seated Left to Right: M.
Singiser, J. Tweedie, S. Sherman.
2nd Row, Kneeling: M. Rapp, C.
Corlew, J. Boomhower. 3rd Row,
Standing: B. Tweedie, Miss Aviza
Advisor, D. Tweedie.
lst Row, Left to Right: K. Quigley, S.
Deegan. 2nd Row: C. Corlew, M.
Singiser, K. Wheeler, T. Sweet, E. Weiss,
P. Muller, Miss Jackson, Advisor.
lst Row, Left to Right: P. Briggs, J.
Adams, K. Ford, S. Plumb, B. Ford,
B. Hayward. 2nd Row: B. Morse,
R. Briggs, B. Davis, J. Schneider, C.
Dehnert, P. Plumb. 3rd Row: B.
Muller, S. Horning.
lst Row, Left to Right: S. Peer, J. Hammett, D. Hoffman, J. Chestara, B. Blackshear, G. Joy, S.
Labanowski, D. Campbell, S. Colangelo, A. Fallon, Mrs. Ecker, Advisor, Standing, R. Button. 2nd Row: H.
Stewart, D. Flanagan, B. Decker, J. Geene, K. Freckleton, N. Melsom, R. Briggs, C. Corlew, B. Bourgeois,
N. Bauer, R. Duncan, K. Clickner, P. Briggs, B. Clickner, E. Weiss, A. Bulson, T. Penman.
F. T. A.
lst Row, Seated Left to Right: T. Sweet, M. McLoughlin, D. Kaschak. 2nd Row, Kneeling: B. Decker, B.J.
Baker. 3rd Row, Standing: Miss Aviza, Advisor, M. Singiser, K. Quigley, D. Hayes, D. Carner, J.
Boomhower, J. Tweedie, L. Gummer, A. Doring.
lst Row, Left to Right: G. Patrizio, J. O'Brien, A. MacLean, J. Trimble, J. Tweedie, S.
Lewis, C. Fitzpatrick, J. Keeler, J. Shelnutt, G. Blauvelt, E.. Bauer, B. Ford, H. Stewart, J.
Colarusso, J. Rivest, G. Cipperly, J. Whaley. 2nd Row: J. Adams, J. Floyd, C. Seyffer, D.
Hummel, K. Ford, J. Cipperly, J. Sirco, K. Gliosco, J. Schneider, T. Fox, J. Schneider, M.
Wade, R. Isager, G. Pattison, C. Lee. 3rd Row: J. Hayford, D. Hoffman, R. Duncan, R.
Briggs, B. Chestara, N. Doyle, P. Whalen, D. Tweedie, S. Cipperly, K. Purtell, G. Hartley,
C. Hunziker, J. Hardick, B. Gilchrist, P. Phillips, D. Benac. 4th Row: D. Dormandy, N.
Welch, S. Peer, S. Colangelo, M. Clickner, W. Roberge, C. Beligian, L. Purtell, B.
Konieczny, H. Bissell, W. Webster, T. Penman, P. Holmes, G. Rufenacht, A. Tarbox, L.
Fleishman. 5th Row: L. Towne, S. Kordana, S. MacLean, W. Tarbox, R. Hayward, B.
Kaschak, P. Matzen, B. Flynn, A. Albarelli, R. Elliott, B. Benac, B. Carmody, C. Belanger,
K. Bissell, P. Buehler, D. Ashley.
lst Row, Left to Right: P. Whalen, K. Gliosco, T. Fox, G. Rufenacht, J. Schneider,
Mr. Backhaus. 2nd Row: G. Blauvelt, J. Shelnutt, J. Sirco, J. Schneider, J. Floyd, J.
Adams. 3rd Row: B. Konieczny, K. Purtell, H. Bissell, K. Ford, L. Purtell, 4th Row:
W. Tarbox, P. Matzen, B. Hayward, J. Whaley.
lst Row, Left to Right: J. Rifenburg, S. Lewis, J. Rivest, R. Sanefski, J. Shelnutt, T. Sweet. 2nd Row: J.
I-laner, C. Aldrich, K. Berard, J. Tweedie, L. Gummer, D. Kaschak, C. Bornt, M.L. Taylor. 3rd Row: M.
Scanlon, A. MacLean, J. Trimble, K. Roden, J. Morizio, E. Bauer, W. Long, G. Patrizio.
lst Row, Left to Right: K. Bursik, S.
Passaretti, M. Lynn, T. Renaldi, K. Bissell.
2nd Row: A. Fallon, K. Roden, B. Tate, K.
Freckleton, B. Blackshear, C. Freckleton, S.
lst Row, Left to Right: M.J. Guinan, D. Flanagan, M. Thompson, R.A. Briggs, C. Remillard, P. Burt. 2nd
Row: D. Pollock, J. Wagar, H. Bissell. V. Matala, C. Goard, R. Stevens, D. Eastwick. 3rd Row: R. Duncan,
N. Pollock, J. Trzcinski, L. Towne, S. Hartley, B. Decker, N. O'Brien.
lst Row, Left to Right: J. Haber, T. Daley, L. Roden, B. Carmody, R. Waters. 2nd Row: N. Bauer, AM.
Wade, N. Burhans, J. Adams, G. Rufenacht.
lst Row, Left to Right: S
Lewis, Sec., Mr. Claus, advisor
R. Sanefski, Pres., J. Rivest,
Vice-Pres., J. Rifenburg, Treas.
ALL COUNTRY CHORUS
lst Row, Seated Left to Right: J. Shel
nutt, J. Rivest, N. Pollock, L. Towne, J
Trimble, R. Blackshear. 2nd Row, Seated:
R. Sanefski, N. Bauer, G. Rufenacht, E
Bauer, C. Roden, K. Bissell. 3rd Row
Standing: Mr. Claus, advisor, T. Daley, N
lst Row, Left to Right: K. Bissell, J.
Trimble, R. Blackshear, C. Roden, J. Rivest,
N. Pollock, L. Towne, J. Shelnutt, M.
Thompson. 2nd Row: G. Patrizio, G.
Rufenacht, L. Roden, J. Adams, N. Burhans,
R. Sanefski, E. Bauer.
lst Row, Left to Right: B.
Noble, B, Button, J. Dunham, P.
Gallagher. 2nd Row: S. Kor-
dana, N. Welch, W. Webster, G.
Roscoe. Srd Row: B. Bieg, J.
Morizio, B. Whitford, R. Waters,
lst Row, Left to Right: J. Rivest, K. Bursik, K. Bissell, E. Bauer, G. Rufenacht, J. Shelnutt, R. Sanefski, C.
lst Row, Left to Right: .L.
Towne, D. Kaschak, D. Dor-
mandy, K. Gliosco, C. Lee, S
Passaretti. 2nd Row: J. Trimble,
J. Haber, D. Benac, S. Hubbard,
L. Gummer, M. Bornt, S. Click-
ner, B. Tate. 3rd Row: B. Bornt
R. Blackshear, N. Bauer, JT
Curran, K. Coonradt, D. Brown
4th Row, Standing: E. Seiler, M
Wade, D. Stevens, B. Gilchrist
1st Row, Left to Right: R. Blackshear, 10th grade representativeg D. Kaschak, 12th grade representative: S
Clickner, 9th grade representative. 2nd Row: B. Bornt, 11th grade representative, B. Bornt, Treas.g L. Gummer
Vice-Pres., D. Stevens, Pres., J. Young, Sec.
lst Row, Left to Right: M. Singiser, N. Bass, K. Church, S. Garmley, C. Wood, S. Hubbard, J. Wagar, B.
Cromie. 2nd Row, Standing: P. Buehler, J. Bowman, B. Tweedie, J. Phillips, Mrs. Manning, advisor.
lst Row, Seated Left to Right: W. Webster, B. Whitford, G. Hartley, Mr. Tweedy, advisor. 2nd
Row, Kneeling: J. Adams, M. Phelps, K. Ford, D. Hummel, J. Sirco, T. Fox, J. Schneider. 3rd
Row, Standing: G. Rufenacht, M. Behan, C. Seyffer, M. Centrella, J. Whaley, J. Hardick, L.
Dunham, J. Colarusso, J. Cipperly, E. Bauer, D. Dougherty, J. Keeler.
In our library .... comfort!
P .. ...Z
"Sophomore Thespiansf' "Bob! No karate-it's art class."
Five minutes before the stampede.
"Yeeess! Ah! Not at a party!"
Just a bit of boy play.
Getting ready to "make the scene
"Not in our 1ibrary?!"
il:m.K1v-li 1 'utensil' vm rm mf. W r
1st Row, Seated: D. Rounds, M. Bornt, B. Heffner, J. Hurteau, B. Gilchrist, K. Coonradt, C. Christensen, W. Harris. 2nd
Row, Kneeling: ' S. Empie, C. Belanger, C. Christensen, J. Schneider, T. Hubbard, B. Whitford, D. Hubbard, D. Hummel, D.
Dougherty, G. Campbell, B. Bornt, C. Seyffer. 3rd Row, Standing: Mr. Schott, B. Bornt, J. Adams, P. Vellotti, A. Tarbox,
J. Hardick, G. Cipperly, P. Holmes, M. Centrella, R. O'Brien, J. Keeler, J. Whaley, J. Colarusso, L. Dunham, B. Campbell, B.
Moody, B. Rowland, T. Fox, M. Wagner, Coach Tweedy.
Dan made yards'
The ref. is not going to tackle him.
The best seat.
"Are the Bengals playing the Rams? and is this Los Angeles???"
Left to Right:
Two more quarters and then the end of a hard fought game
1 8 6
1 2 24
6 1 8
O 1 2
lst Row, Left to Right: J.
Whaley, T. Hubbard, D. Hub-
bard, J. Keeler, B. Bornt. 2nd
Row: M. Centrella, B. Row-
land, J. Colarusso, L. Dunham,
Danny Dougherty holds the
ball like a loaf of bread.
A new cheerleader? Number
89, Bruce Moody?
I. V. FCGTBALL
1st Row, Left to Right: D. Brown, T. Plumb, C. Christensen, T. Bergin, J. Hurteau, M. Bornt. 2nd Row: K.
Coonradt, D. Moquin, A. Albarelli, C. Hunziker, M. Wade, B. Carmody, B. Bieg, Manager-G. Coonradt. 3rd Row: J.
Schneider, S. Frederickson, D. Rounds, B. Gilchrist, W. Webster, M. Schott, N. Burhans. 4th Row: W. Harris, B.
Benac, J. Duncan, C. Belanger, J. Kennedy, J. Nealon, L. Roden, B. Howard, Coach Tweedy.
"I can't believe I ate the whole thing!" "Watch out team, Diane's mad!"
Ys..i,g... .ftaamiufsr swf views M, 9,-:ff :wr Mm' 'fwsIs..xafeew vff1335s,f .,1s,is tl
lst Row, Kneeling: B. Bornt, Coach Tweedy, D. Dougherty. 2nd Row, Standing: G. Coonradt, M. Behan, C
Belanger, J. Rifenburg, B. Bornt, M. Wagner, B. Heffner, D. I-Ieffner, R. Sanefski, J. Schneider, J. Hardick, B. Ford.
Brad 5 '8"
Tamarac vs. Averill Park
Tamarac vs. Hoosic Valley
Tamarac vs. Cambridge
Tamarac vs. Stillwater
Tamarac vs. I-Ioosick Falls
Tamarac vs. Watervliet
Tamarac vs. Albany Academy
Tamarac vs. Greenwich
Tamarac vs. Schuylerville
Tamarac vs Salem
Tamarac vs. Averill Park
Dan 5'9" Rob5 ll
Chip "Jabbar" for 2
Matt gets the shot off.
J. V. BASKETBALL
lst Row: Manager-B. Ware, B. Flynn, W. Harris, J. Schneider, S. Frederickson, M. Bornt, D. Roeck, T. Lovegrove
2nd Pfow, Standing: Mr. Tweedy, B. Benac, R. Schott, M. Wade, B. Carmody, D. Benac, M. Schott, C. I-Iunziker, D
Moqu1n, Manager-G. Coonradt.
lst Row: B. Blackshear, J. Adams, N. Burhans, B. Clickner. 2nd Row:
H. Stewart, D. Hummel, M. Centrella.
lst Row, Left to Right
Purtell, D. Campbell,
Fallon, J. Floyd,
Colangelo. 2nd Row:
Roeck, D. Hoffman,
Tate, R. Vellotti,
The gals cheer our three-
Professional form . . . he scored.
Just as good as the ballet.
J. V. CHEERLEADERS
1st Row: H. Bissell, W. Rob-
erge, K. Smith, K. Purtell, K.
Gliosco, C. Baligian. 2nd
Row: B. Decker, S. Cipperly,
D. Dormandy. Std Row: P.
Whalen, J. Eckel.
Mark Wagner fakes B Sh0'2- TWO P0iUfS? Matt Behan, is he shooting or rebounding?
Left to Right: D. Hoffman,
K. Gliosco, K. Smith, J.
Floyd, P. Whalen.
Left to Right: K. Smith, Co-Captain: Mrs.
Tweedy, Advisor, P. Whalen, Captain.
Left to Right: Mrs. Tweedy, Ad-
visor: D. Campbell, Captain, R.
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1st Row, Kneeling: M. Behan, J. Hardick, J. Colarusso, L. Dunham, M. Centrella, J. Keeler, D. Dougherty
G. Cipperly, B. Rowland. 2nd Row, Standing: J. Sirco, J. Schneider, T. Fox, B. Ford, P. DeMarse, J.
Rifenburg, C. Seyffer, J. Whaley, C. Christensen, B. Whitford, R. O'Brien, S. Empie, B. Moody, B. Camp-
lst Row, Kneeling: M. Singiser, S. Plumb, K. Bissell, S. Kordana, P. Buehler, J. Bowman, K. I-Ieiser. 2nd
Row, Standing: C. Christensen, Coach, K. Quigley, R. Fox, D. Eastwick, L. Towne, D. Pollock, B. Kon-
ieczny, W. Vellotti, Coach.
1st Row, Kneeling: D. Hummel, M. Jarvis, N. Burhans, G. Coletti, B. Whitford, Captain, D. Belanger, T.
Blackshear, J. Sirco. 2nd Row, Standing: W. Rivers, T. Salvoti, J. Dunham, G. Hartley, G. Whitford, W.
Webster, J. Curran, Coach Strauss.
Coach Strauss is intent while Jack Curran's on the edge of his seat.
Dave Belanger, after a tough match.
Left to Right: Linda Gummer,
Jane Young, John Hardick.
Amid that tangle of arms and legs lies Bruce Whitford - he's winning.
Dave Hummel - checking out
Joe Sirco has his opponent in a precarious
A pretty glum crowd. Somebody's winning.
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' ' 0 V d YOUR AWARD WINNING STUDIO
Inferior View of fhe New LIoyd Studio Reception Room
Now in our 92nd year serving the area with the finest of
portraiture, group and commercial photography. To provide our
customers with the finest creative studio in the northeast, we have
recently moved to our present location . . . Eagle and Fifteenth, Troy,
New York. Come in and find how myths of beauty become reality.
PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THE 1972 TRIUMPH
Eagle and Fifteenth I5I8I 272-5902 . Troy, New York
LATHAM COLONIE INC.
12 STANLEY CIRCLE, LATHAIVI, New York
Protect it with Good Insurance
-THE OIL OF IVIINK PEOPLE-
INCORPORATED "Dare to be greatl" Class of 1972 and YOU will.
You, too, can still REACH THE STARS - this is America.
Kolmeticl for the Commixnities afTomor:ow "Li-fe's battles d0n't always go
To the stronger or faster man
But soon or late the man who wins
is the man WHO THINKS HE CANl"
- "Anything the human mind can believe, the human mind can achieve" -
BE INDEPENDENT - contact
H. O. lHankl Hazelton, Distributor
Golden Acres, Grafton, N.Y. 12082
lalso, help us help the mentally retarded - "Flame of Hope" perfumes and candlesl
, -il , 7 - ' wr Q.
lVlr. Healey surrounded by desks.
Gladys W. Abbuhl
Mr. 84 Mrs. F. William Aldrich
Mr. W. D'Allaird
Miss Elizabeth L. Aviza
George R. Backhaus
The Battery Mart
Mr. 84 Mrs.
Ssgt. 84 Mrs. Roger Beauchesne, USMC
The Big "S"
Mr. 84 Mrs. Eugene F. Boomhovver St Family
Mr. 84 Mrs. Everett P. Boomhovver 8i June
Mr. E34 Mrs. Raymond Boomhovver
Mr. 84 Mrs. l-lomer Bott
Mr. Si Mrs. David F. Breen iii Family
Marge 81 Paul Brennan
Brian, Wendy 8a Jennifer
The W. K. Browns
Mr. 8a Mrs. Joseph W. Bursik
Mr. 8i Mrs. S. D. Caloccia
Mr. 8a Mrs. l-larold Campbell
Mr. 84 Mrs. Patrick J. Cannon
Mr. 84 Mrs. Al J. Capra
Mr. St Mrs. Frank Carroll
Mrs. A. Casale
Michael A. Centrella
Cindy gl Jill
Mr. Si Mrs. Robert W. Claus
Mr. 84 Mrs.
Mr. 84 Mrs.
Dave 84 Eileen
William Si Madge Deegan
Mr. 84 Mrs.
Doug 8: Ginny
The Duncan's Gang
Mr. gl Mrs. Joseph Ecker
Mr. 84 Mrs. l-larold Fischer
Mr. Si Mrs. Francis Fitzgerald
Mr. Si Mrs. Thomas Fox
Florence E. Gabauer
Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert Gibson
Mr. Craig Gilbert
Mr. Art Gould
T. R. Griffis, MMI USN
Mr. 84 Mrs.
Joseph C. Guinan
Elizabeth M. l-laskins
Mr. gl Mrs.
"You'II Find If Handy -
To Park, Shop 8: Save Af AncIy's"
ANDREW J. PETRUSKA, Pres.
270-2-4 RIVER ST. TROY, N. Y 12180
APPLIANCES OF ALL MAKES
ll e B GAS, imc
675 BRUNSWICK ROAD
TROY. NEW YORK 12180
JOE L.ACRO'SS TEL. 518 279 3821
Good Luck To The Class of 1972
181 Speigletown Road
No. Troy, N.Y.
providing the area with the finest
in Heating Oils and Heating Service
. . . Then says to . . .
ROTELLI BROS. GROCERY
FRESH FRUITS 84 VEGETABLES
FREE DELIVERY - PHONE 272-3722
KN D M ' 681 Hoosick Rd., Troy, N.Y., 12180
13 First St.
-I-roy, NIYI Best Wishes
to the Class of '72
Wright's Construction Co.
Eagle Nlills, N.Y.
Bulldozing - Ditching
Sand - Gravel 84 Fill
BEdford 5-0673 60 LEVERSEE ROAD
BEdford 5-5531 TROY, N.Y. 12182
TIGAR'S SPORTING GOODS, INC.
15 King Street and 404 River Street
"Sure I know, I watch Adam-12
Class of 1972
GREEN ISLAND, NEW YORK
'6Brake Lining Headquarters of the World"
Innocence amid the "noise and the haste"
The Class of 1972
BONDED CONCRETE, INC
The flowers are gay, the I
attractive young miss, quite serious.
Today's Army wants to join
you. Your local Rep. are Sfc.
Chuck Seymour 81 Ssg. Charlie
Lindsay. Located at 1724 5th
Ave., Troy, telephone 273-7561
B 81 E Groceries
Grafton, New York
"Any Time! . . .Any Where!
Gas 81 Oil Co., lnc.
Serving the Area for Over a Half
"PROPANE FOR EVERY PURPOSE
BOTTLED 84 BULK
We have our own Bulk Storage Plant
24 Hour Phone
TAM ARAC CLASS O F '7 2
Center Brunswick Volunteer Fire Co.
' Tt'l7 M 'A' l 3Tf':31fl
'iff - f 91, '
Study Hall-Casual like.
THE ARROW COMPANY
A division of Cluett, Peabody 81 Co., IDC. PLEASANT VALLEY GARAGE
433 RIVER STREET, TROY, N.Y. 12180 STEVE 81 JOHN DAMSH
518!274'4OOO "Complete Car Service"
CROPSEYVILLE, N.Y. 12052
Phone AR 3-2410
lAuthorized Gravely Dealerl
Body 81 Fender Work
720 Hoosick Road Troy, New York
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WM H. YOUNG, JR., INC.
330 EIGHTH STREET
WM. J. JOHNSTON TROY, NEW YORK
PRESIDENT TEL.: ASHLEY 4-4851
Nlrs. Ecker and future Michelangelo
AUTO PARTS, INC.
63 River Street
140 lVlain Avenue
Wynantskill, New York
R USSE LL-STOVE R CAN DIES
607 Second Avenue
North Troy, Nevv York
STANDARD MANUFACTURING co., INC. Best Wishes 10 Class Of 1972
Sends it's best wishes for the Future
to the Class of '72
Troy, New York
M. E. WAGER
Phone BR 9-3276
1 First Street Troy, New York 12180
lVlrs. Bonesteel working-up one
of the payroll sheets for l.B.IVl.
7-Up Bottling Company
Fitzgerald Brothers Beverages, Inc.
Poestenkill, New York
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JAMES R. DUNN 8: ASSOCIATES, INC.
NEW YORK 0 MICHIGAN ' ONTARIO 0 PENNSYLVANIA
Now if you touch the machine here. . .
A gift for this year's graduates
. . . free checking account service
You want to be sure you manage your money wisely, right?
So our graduation gift of free checking account service for one
year will help you do that.
"How?" you say.
Glad you asked.
When you pay by check your quarterly statement will show
what you've spent and where the money went.
Those cancelled checks will be proof you paid.
Q National Commercial Bank and Trust Company
For job opportunities at The Bank, just write or call our Personnel Department
Compliments of ' H
1 ' f -Q.
AV .,,,y,f M , , 2 x .. M X X I
,M f W R' P' I'
43 ' . x xx 5
'X' - V ,- . - sm i-5'
Student U n ion Bookstore
Congratulations to the
Class of '72
Wate rvliet Pharmacy
Martin A. Toomajian
Wm. E. Nlattocks
Even the doll on the desk is enjoying it!
CLOTHIERS CUSTONI TAILORS
DISTINCTIVE LADIES WEAR
FORMAL WEAR RENTALS 8: SALES
R O D IN O 'S
348 Congress Street Troy, N.Y. 274-1151
F02 URMTURE i"' 24 JERRY HART'S
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YOU CAN RELAX IN--'
831 Hoosick Road Troy
HOOSICK STREET SUNOCO
Cor. of Hoosick 84 Sycaway Ave
Troy, New York 12180
State Inspection Station
Keep Your Car in Shape
Near Brick Church
GlFTS,AND DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES
Raymertown, New York
Eleanor Cook, Proprietor 663-5033
Band Instrument Specialists '
73 F rfh S1
4 ' 0, Z3
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SX Miller's Music Store 4?
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BLACK 84 WHITE CAB SYSTENI
H. Paul Schneider
350 River Street Troy, N.Y.
TWO ACRES MOTEL
Sign with East of Troy 84
Route 7 added
RI FENBURG CONSTRUCTION, INC.
R.D. No. 3 Box 290
GEO. H. COLE SUPPLY CO.
T SINCE 1888
Wholesale Distributors of
Pipes - Valves - Fittings
Plumbing Fixtures for
Schools - lndustry - Hospitals - Homes
Oil- Gas - Electric
Office and Showroom
HOOSICK STREET and FIFTH AVENUE
Troy, New York
Two are interested, one doesn't get
it, and three don't care.
Congratulations to the Class of i972
Herald's Used Cars and Parts
Cooksboro Road 2 Troy, New York
"COU NTRY STOR E"
SERVES ALL YOUR
RoseIyn's Beauty Shop
Box 205, R.D. 3
Troy, New York
Open Tues.-Sat. 9-5
Evenings by appointment only.
Mr. 81 Mrs. Robert Hayward
Paul J. Healey
Mr. St Mrs. Donald Hebkelman
Mr. gl Mrs. Stanley Hicks
Willard G. lves
Miss Patricia A. Jackson
Jane gl Allen
Janis Si Glenn
Gary R. Johnston
Mr. gl Mrs. Alex Kaschak
Charles A. Keiffer
Mr. St Mrs. Henry Knauer
William J. Joyce lll
Mr. 84 Mrs. Everett Lawless
Mr. gl Mrs. William C. Lewis
Mr. 84 Mrs. Paul Maler gl Carol
Mr. St Mrs. J. V. Marshall St Family
Miami Hardware 81 Building Material
Mr. Si Mrs. Donald Moody
Nicholas S. Moreno
Mr. Si Mrs. Frank Osborne
Angela M. Pascucci
Dr. St Mrs. P. A. Passaretti
Mr. 81 Mrs. Jay Price
Mr. St Mrs. Donald A. Rathbun
Mr. Si Mrs. David Roberts
Mr. 84 Mrs. Donald M. Roeck
Mr. 84 Mrs. Ray K. Rose
Good luck from Sam
John G. Schaudt
Mr. 84 Mrs. Ron Schott
Mrs. Cassie Shaw
Mr. Si Mrs. Harry Sipel
Mr. Si Mrs. J. Sinacore
Mr. 84 Mrs. Charles Southard
Mr. St Mrs. Albert F. Spendiff
Mr. 84 Mrs. H. Wellington Stewart
Mrs. David E. Stone
Terry, Larry St Tracy LeFeber
Tim, Diane, Peggy Si Terri
Mr. 84 Mrs. John Thompson
Mrs. James P. Welch
Mr. ESL Mrs. C. W. Whalen
Mr. Si Mrs. John Whaley
. and if you continue skipping
this study hall . .
MARKET 8L HARDWARE
If we don't have it, it isn't made.
See our new second in command, "Stevie"
Oil Heating SPECIALISTS
IVIr. Thrasher is trying to skip
6th period Physics.
The Outing Shop
R. D. 1, Box 102, Troy, New York 12180
On Route 7, Troy Bennington Road
George W. Jacques 3rd,
Phone 279 - 9020
9 i suv
ULBAMY ml. Pm Q :
The OUTING SHOP extends sincere
congratulations and best wishes for the
future to the graduating Class of 1972
585 Hoosick Road
"Building for better living"
P. C. PAINT
Watervliet, New York
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
Stop in 1724 5th Ave. Troy, N.Y.
I Bert wheeling his little package
Tamarae Student Council
Henry Stewart, President
John Chestara, Vice-President
Jo Shelnutt, Secretary
Eric Bauer, Treasurer
"A VOICE FOR ALL THE STUDENTS?
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PETERsBuHG,NEvvYoRK12138 SAVINGS gt LQAN
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G RAN D STREET
TROY, NEW YORK
If the school didn't have chairs, he'd
HOWE BROTHERS, INC.
P, O. BOX 244 TROY, NEW YORK
Compliments of Doughney's
574 Congress Street
Troy, New York
"Double double. . . toil and trouble
fire burn and cauldron bubble."
Congratulations to the
CLASS OF 1972
EAST SIDE HARDWARE
SALES 8: SERVICE
Pittstown, New York
FLODENT PHARMACY DIV.
JONCAS ENTERPRISES LTD
536 Pawling Ave. Troy, N.Y.
Congratulations to the
Class of 1972
GEENE'S PLUMBING and HEATING
R.D. 1 Cropseyville
CLEANERS and TAILORS
349 Congress Street
Troy, New York
Est. 1911 274-7291
"No, Wednesday's my bowling night."
"The House of Quality"
John N. Hauf
175 CENTRAL AVE.
Albany, New York
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Sewing Industry Over 100 Years
Electric Motor Repair 84 Rewinding
Watervliet, N.Y. 12189
Mary Lou and Jessie don't know what
to thinkp Diane is somewhere else.
B 8: G SERVICE CENTER
985 Hoosick Road
SNOW JET SNOWMOBILE
Sales 84 Service
"lf it's Sportswear-WE HAVE lT"
McG regor-Revere-Levi Slacks
319 River St. Troy, N.Y.
Your Agent for New York Life
Now is the time to start a Career
9 Walter Road, Eagle Mills, N.Y.
PHONES: 279-9502 or 489-4786
BUSINESS TELEPHONES DESIGNERS 84 FABRICATURS
ASHLEY 4-2650-4-2651 BOILERS TANKS STACKS REPAIRS
f IGILEI WGIIS Ili
2800 SEVENTH AVENUE TROY N Y
Name Gards and Accessories
Gaps and Gowns
Bob Gray - Don Nash
Jim Gerding - Bob Macfaclden
P. 0. Box 2509
Schenectady, N.Y. 12309
Poor Mrs. Haskins' Albarelllilli
The Be of
Daffner Drugs Inc.
49 Third Street
Calhoun Bros., Inc. lL.T.l
, Troy, New York
235-1421 Free Delivery Phone 272-3440
"There is nothing more to discuss Charles, 200 silly sentences for tomorrow." 139
ROMEO J. NAPLES
5 go to
'Q Ted's Fish Fry
N lNTl'lE at .
what-DDFDR 3L . Eagle Mills Rt.11If2
XNE FOOD ocations
F -' 40 447 3rd Ave. Watervliet D O N13
350 2nd Ave. North Troy
700 Hoosick Rd. Sycaway I. I 0 R
selling custom fitted
543 1!2 Brunswick Road
Donald J. Pitcher, Prop.
Lyle Pitcher, Nlgr.
TROY, NEW YORK 12180
bras, girdles, 8: bathing suits
by Command Performance
R.D. 1 Box 167A Troy
Five "working" seniorsp we took yearbook pictures that day.
Fine Food 81 Cocktail
665 Brunswick Road
General Repairs and Towing
Troy, New York 663-8359
Steven and Andrew Triantafillou
Heavy Duty Wrecker Service
River Road Phone H.F. 686-7393
Hoosick Falls, N.Y. Pittstown 663-5510
Garbage and Refuse Disposal Inc.
Poestenkill, N.Y., Box 91 12140
"Aah, Tom Seaver couldn't pitch his
Congratulations to the
Class of 1972
BRITISH MOTORCYCLE SALES
RD 1 Hoosick Falls, New York
Route 7, Troy-Bennington Road
KENNETH W. BONESTEEL
QUALITY PRINTING SERVICE
The Center Press 2 Merrill Ave.
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1 f' 125 wear Sand Lake Road
POTATOES - REGISTERED HOLSTEINS
lLocated in Poestenkilll
RD- 5 BOX 108 Robert Wagner Tnov oFFlcE MACHINES INC.
TROY, NEW YORK 12180 283-4513 7 First Street
Troy, New York 12180
Mrs. Osborne keeps warm by the heater.
EDWARD F. SHOWERS
FILL - TOP SOIL - ORAVEL - SAND
BULLDOZING AND SHOVEL WORK
R.D. 3, Troy, New York
NEW CAR FRANCHISED DEALERS, INC.
P.O. Box 924 - Troy, N.Y.
W, H. Bumstead, Inc.
Cooley Volkswagen Corp.
Ken Goewey Dodge, Inc.
Hedley Cadillac Oldsmobile
H. E. Hull Sl Sons
Hickey Ford, Inc.
Knowles Pontiac, lnc.
Latham Motors, lnc.
Nemith Motor Corp.
Whitbeck Motors, lnc.
Coony Motors 143
BRUNSWICK REPUBLICAN CLUB
CIARENCE FRECKlETON'S 'IEXACO SERVICE
Phone: 279-3435 Nigh'l's 81 Holidays 279-9154
MODERN SERVICE FOR MODERN CARS'
DYNAMOMETER TEST DRIVE TUNE-UP
AND WHEEL AL GNMENT
601 Brunswick Road Eagle Mi s Troy. New York
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Congratulations to the
Class of 1972
Pittstown, New York
Every Friday: 7:00 p.m.
Bill 84 Rita Campbell
We Buy-Sell-and Appraise
16 Northern Drive
Troy, New York
DAVID S. CATLIN to the Class of
SEPTIC SERVICE '72
VACUUM CLEANING From the
INSTALLATION REPAIR Class of
Poestenkill, N.Y. Phone 283-4117 '75
Well! Add ten and that should do it.
One of the "open door poIicy" all directions
BODY 84 FENDER
Richard L. Ossenfort, Prop.
693 Hoosick Road, Troy, N.Y.
Office: 273-8131 Res: 279-3594
HURLEY'S GARAGE INC
General Auto Repairing
Body 84 Fender Work
24 Hour Towing Service
R.D. 2, North Troy, N.Y.
DELUREY SALES AND SERVICE
"Your Local lnterhational Truck Dealer"
North Hoosiclg, New York 12133
MAC'S EAGLE MILLS
LOC KROW AND FIET
Contractors and Builders
JOSEPH P. IVIANGIONE INC.
Locksmihchs since 1885
Door Closer Sales 84 Service-Yale Products
183 FOURTH STRElET, TROY, NEW YORK
U-HAUL RENTALS SPECIALIST IN TUNE-UPS
McCABE'S SHELL SERVICE
670 HOOSICK ROAD
TROY. NEW YORK
Good luck to the
Class of '72
JACK MCCABE. PROP. PHONE 274-7842
n ELECTRIC MOTOR
II SPRING AV., TROY, N.Y.
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PATIRE CHEVROLET-OLDSMOBILE INC. .EMIQEI f552,'g'f
"SALES AND SERVICE" is our mono REPAIIIED-
191 lVlain Street T- - QEQLQSL5
' N E U d M
Hooslck Falls, N.Y. 12090 egoughtsea sofgofs WI Types sl Sizes,
COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL - RESIDENTIAL
Power Tools e Vacuums 0 Mixers 0 Dil
Burners ' Circulators ' Sump Pumps - Water
Pumps ' Washer 8. Dryer Motors ' Complete
Home Electric Motor Repair
Fast Service - Reasonable Rates
Come on-Things can't be that grim!-Even Here!
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West Sand Lake
Draft Beer-Pizza to go
Must be interesting: lVIr. Baker
is at seat's edge.
DAVE POST SIGNS
NEON - PLASTIC - BULLETIN
COLONIAL - TRUCK LETTERING
ELECTRICAL SIGN REPAIR
Bennington, Vermont 05201
15 2nd Street
, T , N.Y.
"Robert, you will not pull anything my
like this again."
R EAL ESTATE
Bev Decker, Athletics, Wendy Sinacore, Clubs, Connie Aldrich, Classes, Judy Rivest,
Seniorsg and Tanis Sweet, Editor-in-Chief, are all working hard the last day of picture
Debbie Hayes rounded up typists and Paula
Southard took care of the business depart-
Ann MacLean and Stevie Guinan pitched in when art
work was needed.
I would like to thank Mr. F ullaytor, Yearbook advisor,
Mr. Lloyd, our photographer, and the staff at Yearbook House
for their help in making the Triumph 1972 Yearbook possible.
I would also like to thank the students, faculty, and
Yearbook staff for their cooperation and help.
i Tanis Sweet
Mr. Fullaytor keeping everyone on schedule.
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