Tupper Lake High School - Tuhisean Yearbook (Tupper Lake, NY)

 - Class of 1953

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THE SENIOR CLASS TUPPER LAKE HIGH SCHOOL TUPPER LAKE, N. Y. -..-.Q T Q' j '?YyP T S , TITI T S E .l... i' I95 ' 1 i E U T V' PEL.-rl 1 t 5. ' Q -Si 1 V ' . M' PRESENTS THE l953 TUHIEA "THE WEB O A .an 4 qiwfif N ' 'Www . .Q 11 nw , Q 'fil:HL ,mn N." 11 :wr Lg "' , Q-V Q ,1 l - MN: , 'Q' 'M Nfiiyff' 'A Q uv-SW, ' K' ffl naw V 5'-W" , w I ' X , " :Saw k 42 ,V W ga f - " ' J" A 1' " JL ' Qui-U.5,::3f15-LQ. ks. A ,, . XE ' "wk T 71 .M M , . W N.. fm -fisfla 'maui H A mg' ,, f f "' , f A " L Q - mm . KA A . fg 4 AE ,M 7-:,,:.ifkik my .5 . 'LQ A ,NWN Mpmkjfn 1' 'SWE-i ai - Q, gyqifi f rf',f1"-mfg!-wg,,1 vii.,-11f,d ' .- N K 4 -A .Vj L 'fx . 5 ,ii ,, X V7 7 7 4, V ,g V- , Lis, Vyizikf, f, 7 ,rw A K , MJ zgwyiaxgh 1 gp, -K , -- , , I . . . 1.7 - y i g - y H ,, . , A ' wp. f ' i H A WH" M'hk' w .1 ge f f f - ' .. V fMf,1,A,w. f A . W5 f . K W kr , V X I L, if j I . H 4:4157-v ,j,. " W ,U ,M ' V- .kgmig 'jg 4 1 X 'wi' g I Ni ' W f i f M-saw H ' f gmwQffff,z,,w 7' , ,L A vin- ,fJ55fi1' ,X f . N f L V. .V :wr gf--, -,S -V f ,AN ff-1-W,-k.U,, ,. , ,Q Mm. ,,,, LM , f . , 1 -f A A. - 'I , V ,L I W' x " w K i 1, f ff f-', M :ig kj f-,.f:f?3ngqgggkv 5362 ., -.X,, ' A :fix f ,x..,:i,, ,hagigfflggvAMzg5i5,ii.yViky.k V, J M5,.f,?, i N f- V,,Qa,mQg,?,4k figgw Ag, JUR LIVES IS OF A Ml X 2x-f S DEDICATION HIGH IN ALL THE PEOPlE'S HEARTS It is in loving memory that we, the Seniors of 1953, dedicate our year- book to james Bentley, one of our classmates who died in a tragic acci- dent in the Spring of 1947. jimmy was a quiet boy with a smile and a hello for everyone. He was liked by all his many friends and acquaintances. Although he was with us only seven of the twelve years in school, I'm sure he will always remain in the memories of us who knew him best, his classmates. THE MESHES OF GOOD COUNCIL es Creighton 5 Mr. Lawrence P. Quinn Mr. Joseph Donovan PRINCIPAL SUPT. OF SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION Mr- Elle!! Wood Mr. Amos I.aBarge W Mr. Arthur Cronin I D I The Class of '53 feels that this is an opportune time to I express its thanks to Mr. Donovan, Mr. Quinn and the members of the Board of Education. Mr. Donovan and Mr. Quinn do many obvious favors for us, but most of the Board of Education's decisions are unacknowledged. These are the things that we thank them forg the acts which mean so much in the maintenance and running order of our school. We realize that the members of the Board give up much of their leisure time to attend meetings and we want them to know that every student appreciates this. Mr. Thomas Somers A www, www W 2 Q TE EZ MW Qkmamvv ww MY -I4 5 . A '--...J 2 ---J Yi1w,,,,1,i '9- sw.,-v 'U' '1- gr' Q!" Stanzlin from L. to R.: T. Christian, Industrial Artsg F. Baker, Mathematicsg P. Quinn, Social itudiesg R. Poulin, lfnglishg L. Tooley, Social Studiesg W. McGinn, Science' V. Gagnier, fr. High Mathemalicsg L. P. Quinn, Principalg H. Austin, Frenchg P. Grazon, fiom- mercialg W. Kraus, Englishg E. Munroe, Musical Dircctorg T. Bayer, Commercialg L. Perry, Boys' Physical Education. KN UTHE TI FELLOW PERSONNEL BUS DRIVERS L. to R.: Mr. Dumoulln, Mr. Trombley, Supt. Donovan, Mr. Brown, Mr. Maroun. OFFICE STAFF Miss Moody, Miss Bristol. CAFETERIA STAFF L. to R.: Mrs. LaVassaur, Mrs Gale, Mrs. Bellows, Mrs. Fazio JANITORS L. to R.: Mr. Peets, Mr. Baker Mr. Kentile, Mr. Madore. 8 OUR REVELS NOW ARE ENDED L. to R.: Adele Gagnier, Vice-President, Byron Park, President, Valerie Woods, Secre tary. Absent: Charles Hathaway, Treasurer. SENIOR OFFICERS The class of '53 elected their officers in September of 1952. They chose Byron Park, Adele Gagnier, Charles Hathaway and Valerie Woods as their Presi- dent, Vice-President, Treasurer and Secretary respec- tively. These four people have helped the class plan and carry out successfully two Square Dances, the annual Penny Carnival and the Senior Ball. Advisers to the officers and the class are Miss Proulx, Mr. Christian and Mr. Kraus. We would like to thank them for their concern and their help in all of our activities this year. SENIOR ADVISERS Seated: Miss Proulx. Standing, L. fo R.: Christian, M. Kraus. 9 Mr. OZIE BAKER "I prefer silent prudence to loquacious folly." Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra I, 2. 'Xl C72 f :sp Q .2 QW' 2 U 5 xx - A , ir xl -X., Nix ' ELAINE BENJAMIN "We are never so happy, or so unhappy, as we imagine." Choir 1, 2, 4g Press Club 4, Pep Club 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Gym Leader 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. Drama Club 3, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4. HE LOISE BEDORE "To have been happy, rnadarne, adds to calamity." Band 1, 2, sg choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 49 Alpha Club Ig Press Club 4s G.A.A. 2, 3, 4s Pep Club 3, 45 "Jenny Kissed Me" 1. MYRTLE BIANCA DAWN BLISS "Ta friendship every burden "The blush is cute but is light." sometimes inconvenient." Choir 1, 23 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Choir 1, 2, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 43 Pep Club 4. Sec. 35 Cheerleader 43 Gym Leader 45 Pep Club Pres. 45 Drama Club 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4. I0 LEON BOURDAGE ' 'There 's no hurry, why worr-y?' ' Football lg Orchestra l, 25 Band 45 Choir 2, 3g Intramural Basketball 1. DANIE L CASSELL "Life is not so short but that there is always time enough for courtesy." fi-Ty ' XEQXX 2 f 4 55? 2 A 12 I 'W' Q , N 1 , , AJ ' KATHLEEN CAMPBELL "Another uiet girl is she, but always pliasant company." Press Club 43 Senior Choir l, 2, 3, 4g G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, In- tramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. ll ,,, CHARLES BURGDORF "He liked to like dpeople, therefore, people like him." Basketball 1, 2, 35 Press Club 45 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Bowl- ing 2, Pep Club 4g Intramurals 1, 2, 45 Tuhisean Staff-Ass't. Art Editor. GLENWOOD CHARLAND "A good person makes no noise over a good deed." Baslretball l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 45 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Press Club 45 Alpha Club lg Tuhisean Staff. , , 3? l QN. Q ,Q xxx E HARRIET CHENEY VIRGINIA CHENEY 'zllofhing is gained without "Little, but not over. war . looked." 501501 Ch'-Ti! 11 2, 3, 43 G-AHL Choir 3, 45 Bowling 23 Softball 2, 3, 4- 1, 33 Hiking 2, 3. MARVIN CONNOR "Get everyone's advice and then do what you please." 13.slmb.11 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Drnmatics 1, 2, 3, 45 Press Club 4, Pep Club 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir lg Tuhisenn Advertising Mgr. PHYLLIS COTE LORETTA DUKETTE "Gentle of speech, bene- "Good things come in small jicent of mind." packages!" choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Bowling 1, 4, G.A.A. 45 Triple Trio 45 In- 2, 35 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Bas- rramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. kerbnll 1, 2, 3. 12 FRANCIS DUGAN "The silent and wise man shall be honored." Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra l, 25 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 ROY DUPUIS "The Hquiet type, but nice to know. Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 15 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Base- ball 15 Pep Club 3, 4, Pres. 1. fi -4, .XX . f L E : U 5 , ' . ' s g' ALDEN DUNN "Who dares to say that he alone has found the truth?" Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Intramurals 4. 13 JOHN DUMOULIN "lt is easy for men to talk one thing and mean another." Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Dramatic: Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Sports Ed.-Tuhi- sean Staff. VERA FORTUNE "0h,! She will sing the savageness out of a bear." Pep Club 3, 45 Cheerleader 1, 25 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Triple Trio 1, 2, 3, 45 Press Club 4, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 15 "Curious Savage" 35 Alpha Club 15 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN FLEMING "She has enough who is content." choir 1, 3, 4. DANIEL GIONET "Not merely to exist, but to amount to something in life." Band 3, 4g Dramatics Club 3, 45 Choir 45 Intramurals 3, 49 "Great Western Melodrama." :N X A 1 - 226 2 ,sl 'WV A Q- X: . R X r GERRY GARRE LTS "If nobody else can do it, ADE LE GAGNIER "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. " G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Gym Leader 2, 3, Pres. 45 Choir lg Alpha Club 1: Pep Club 4g Vice- Pres. 3, 43 Decoration Com- mittee fot junior Promg Liter- ary Ed.-Tuhisean Staff. let me try." Pres. Alpha Club lg Track 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Pres. 39 Pep Club 3, 4. 14 CHARLES HATHAWAY "Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow." Alpha Club lg Pep Club 45 Press Club 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football Mgr. 35 Treas. 49 lntramuralsg Track 3. PATRICIA IOLY "A picture is a poem with- out words!" Choir 15 Press Club 45 Pep Club 3, sec. 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Bowling 15 Basketball 2, 35 Volleyball 2, 3. GARY LaPORTE "Life is one long process of getting tired." Track 1, 3, 45 Baseball 25 Football 2, 35 Intramural Baa- ketball 2. fi-Ty , L-, E ,xl Egg! 1 E+ X I wk KENNETH KENNEY "I worry not, for what's the use?" Baaeball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Bowling 3, 45 Press Club 45 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 15 ' GEORGE KASPER 'Wise to resolve, and pa- tient to perform." Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 35 Alpha Club 15 Pep Club 3, Vice-Pres. 45 Dramatics Club 2, 3, Pres. 45 Pres. 25 Intra- IIIIIIIIS 1, 2, 3, 45 Ass't. Edi- tor Tuhisean. MARY LYONS "I take the world to be but as a stage." Choir 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Press Club 45 Drama Club 2, 3, 45 Decora- tion Committee for jr. Promg "Curious Savage" 35 Tubi- sean Staff. ll X Wg X C A . NU , ,xg f' ROBERT MANDIGO "A man's a man for a'that." Football 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA MCNAMARA "A retty face, a hap smile- u hing or smiling :ll 12 the whilef' Pep Club 3, 45 Alpha Club lg Cheerleader l, 2, 3, Capt. 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Gym Leader 4, Girls' Sports Ed. of Tuhi- sean. RONALD MARTIN "In framing an artist, art hath t us decreed, to make some Food, but others to ex. ceed.' Dremntics Club 43 Alpha Club lg Press Club 4g Decoration Committee for jr. Prom, Art Editor of Tuhiaeln. , 16 CARME LLA MAROUN "Fall of pep and smiles and fun, she can't be called a quiet one." Senior Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Press Club 4g Intramurals 1, 4. SHIRLEY MITCHELL .ffiae precious, why was e une Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 4, ?.A.A.h2, 3, 45 Triple Trio 3, 3 Bow 'ng 25 Basketball 1 25 Volleyball 2. ' riff, 'X VC . . f 2 E " RICHARD MOELLER "He carries his own strength." Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir 1, Press Club 43 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. BYRON PARK "There is no great genius without a tolch of madness." Alpha Club 15 Press Club 45 Dramatics Club 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 "Curious Savage" 35 President 4. Sclufatorian RAYMOND PE ETS "Oh, why should life all labor be?" Football 1, 25 Track lg Alpha Club lg Intramurals 1, 2. 17 y CAROL MOODY "Few things are impossible to diligence and skill. ' Choir 1, 2, 33 Triple Trio 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Sec. 2, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 4. Valedictorion EVERETT ROBERSON "Anything for a quiet life. Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 39 Pep Club 43 LV. Basketball 15 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. il PATRICK RUSSELL "Here's to the Pilot that weathered the stonn. ' RICHARD SARAZEN "Silence is full of potential wisdom." Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 45 Footballl NX W7 . -'rj 2 X5 : U' X 1, I 14 kx,I fr RICHARD SABIN 'What should a man do but be men'y?" Basketball Mgr. 3, 45 Football Mgr. 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Press Club 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Alpha Club 1. 18 WILLIAM RUSSELL "1 often quote myself, it adds spice to my conversa- tion. " Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Dtamatics Club 2, 3, 45 Or- chestra 1, 25 Pep Club 3, 45 Spring Play 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball Mgr. 45 Foot- ball 2, 3, 45 Decoration Com- mittee for jr. Prom. IAMES SAVARD "Heaven grant us patience with a man in love." Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 2, 35 Tuhisean Staff. RHONDA SEYMOUR "Kindness is wisdom." Senior Choir 3, 45 GlA.A. 3, 43 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. fi .9,5e N f 2 E- 1 X E 1 NORMAN SOVEY "His studies were pursued but never effectually over- taken." Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 43 Skiing 1, 29 Intramural Baalret- ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2. ROBERT SMITH "I like workg it fascinates meg I can sit and look at it for hours." Football 1, 2, 35 Track 2, 3, 4: Golf 1, 2g Press Club 4g Alpha Club 1. SALLY STAVES THEODORE STAVES "It's nice to be natural "Youth comes but once in a when yau're naturally nice." lifetime." Orchestra 1, 23 Choir 1, 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 43 Dranmtica Club 2, 3, 45 4g Press Club 45 Baseball 3. Press Club 4g G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4. 19 VALERIE WOODS "It must be done like light- ning." Alpha Club Vice-Pres lg Choir 1, 2, 33 Baud 1 2, 3, 45 Triple Trio 1, 2, 3, lg G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Dramatic: Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Vice-Pres. 1, 25 Sed. 43 Editor Preu Club 43 "jenny Kined Me" 15 "Curious Savage" 35 Editor Tuhilean. 'lf' fl J, I f N Ziggy' II 1 E+ is 'P lx LAWRENCE WILLET "Imagination is the air of mind." Intramural Sports 1 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball lg choir 1, 2, Baseball 4. THERE IS A HISTORY OF ALL MEN'S LIVES The Class of '53 has come a long way since it started as Freshmen in 1949. As Freshmen we elected Roy Dupuis, Valerie Woods, Glenwood Charland and Vera Fortune as President, Vice-President, Treasurer and Secretary respectively. Not knowing much about high school we were a little afraid, but confidence in ourselves soon grew. We had one party that year with Miss Malakie and Mr. Tooley as our advisers. Moving on to the Sophomore Class we knew a little more about high school. That year we sponsored a Food Sale which was very successful. We also had a class party. George Kasper, Valerie Woods, Everett Roberson and Carol Moody were the officers that year, with Mr. Baker and Mrs. Forkey as our advisers. When we became members of the Junior Class in 1951, we acquired more confidence than ever before. Our first project that year was a square dance which turned out very successfully. The biggest success of the year was our junior Prom. With the gym beautifully decorated we drew a huge crowd which made the dance a success in every way. Gerry Garrelts, Adele Gagnier, jack Dumoulin and Myrtle Bianca were our officers in 1951-'52. Entering our last year of high school the Class of '53 elected Byron Park, President, Adele Gagnier, Vice-Presidentg Charles Hathaway, Treasurer and Valerie Woods, Secretary. This year we have had two square dances and the annual Penny Carnival. Plans are being made for the Senior Ball and Class Day. Now that we are leaving Tupper Lake High School we realize how much it has meant to us. We know that the Senior Class of 1953 has left a record to be proud of and we hope that everyone will remember us. 20 NAME O. Baker H. Bedore E. Benjamen M. Bianca D. Bliss L. Bourdage C. Burgdorf K. Campbell D. Cassell G. Charland H. Cheney V. Gleney M. Connor P. Cote L. Dnkette F. Dugan I. Dnmoulin A. Dunn R. Dupuis V. Fortune K. Fleming A. Gagnier G. Garrelts D. Gionet C. Hathaway P. koly K. enny G. Kasper G. LsPorte M. Lyons P. Lk:Namara R. Pbndigo R. Martin C. Maroun S. Mitchell R. Moeller C. Moody B. Park R. Peets E. Roberson P. Russell W. Russell R. Sabin R. Sarazen L. Savard . Seymour S. Staves T. Staves R. Smith N. Sovey L. Willett V. Woods CLASS PERSONALITIE PET PEEVE Women Getting: up for school My nic name "Beniie" Cl Girl!! "Drivers" 1 now a e People who don't answer lesfrs B ll cyl! Yet to :ind "Ponc o" Being teased about Conifer Lil: sgters My ro er Working at the Altamont rigs?" ,, g e-eye Karlene's Mother "If you say so" Lee Oldfield If u ll -'l'1f"c1.. y.-- "Little Leo" Miss Malakie "Mile away" G.B. Little Kids The Marquee 2nd period Study Hall "Snobs" Walking home Cops Girls in General Regents Detention Saranac Drivers Making sundses Arguing with Beauch Kenneth Kenny Weather Studying Women Getting the car My "Soupbone" ' ac Cgemistry Gum Snsppers Homework Homelite "Watson" "Coon" ' 'Vers and Pixie" FAVORITE PASTIME Sleeping Agitating Harriet Cohn Listening to records at Roy's Being with Beauch "Driving" Skiing Writing letters Dancing Teasing girls Being at Faust Coffee at Roy's Reading Watching Bianca's TV Driving l lAmie!l Playing at the "Wash" Being with Alfreda Playing pool Driving to Lake Clear Standing on the Waverly corne Swing Being with Arnold That will be telling Inter. Algebra Playing pool Dancing Playing cards Going to Indian Room Driving Grandma's Buick Dancing Unknown Weight lifting Outdoor Sports Sleeping The Altamont Pla ing pool Parking Bowling Studying History Hunting Movies Dancing with beautiful women Movies Playing pool Driving Green Panel "Order or get out" Being with Ted Margie lst period History Trapping, Hunting, Can 't Say Reading Fishing 2 1 l' PRIZE POSSESSION My Father's car My '53 Ford "Yet to come" Beauch Memory of California My cat Unknown My class ring My Diary "Glenda" Mom M ring Lil Bill My class ring My trombone My 250-3000 My dos . Rita 's ring My dog, Silverbell My class ring My Family Rita The Chrysler Th. .ld gang of mine My name C assification My License Brll's West Point Pin Jimmy's ring txiuyu My car Rocket 88 Oldsmobile Bob's class ring Saranac Lake's 55 "Chubby" My Books My Draft Card My Gun Identification Bracelet My sweaters My Aunt's Buick ME Beagle "Pusher" II .til My Friends My ring from Ted liculi My Car My Wife Draft Card Gym Suit and Sneakers TODAY, THE TENDER LEAVES OF HOPE, TOMORROW BLOSSOMS JUNIORS The Class of '54 started the year off right by elec- ting Earl Dunn as their President, Glenda Harris as Vice-Presidentg Lois Bobak, Secretary and Donald Bedore, Treasurer. Our junior Class has put on several successful dances and we hope that our junior Prom is as suc- cessful as the other dances. Numerous students of the class are active in the various scholastic activities such as: Girls' Athletic Association, Gym Leaders, Triple-Trio, Pep Club, Varsity Basketball and Golf and Ski teams. A number of students of the class received their class rings and all are pleased with them. Our successful year can be attributed to the helpful leadership of our class advisers, Mrs. Austin, Mr. McGinn, and Mr. Bayer. OFFICERS AND ADVISERS Seated, L. to R.: E. Dunn, G. Harris Mrs. Austin. Smnding: L. Bobak, D Bedore, Mr. McGinn, Mr. Bayer. First Row, L. to R.: Blanz, N. Bliss, A. Dugan, M. LaFrance, 1. Patnode, l. Chapman, A. Propp, I. Bobak, A. Aseel, R. Chase. Second Row: Meacham, G. Harris, K. Girard, P. Laliounty, A. l.aVallcy Hesseltine, M. Sparks, C. Robisrow, li. Roosa, R. Lallrie, G. Branch. Ihinl' Roux' C. Denis, ll. Pects , J N Schauble, P. Facteau, N. Bellows, N. Snyder, Cassidy, li. Wilson, J. Disotell, A. St. Ongc, D. Savarni, I Tower. Fourth Roux' C. Pisanchin, lf. Dunn, P. Hunkins, C. Meacham, L. Silliman, G. Mayville, ll. Felio P. Dattola, A. Connor, D. Clark, L. Annette. Fifth Roux' I.. Rovito, F. johnson, S. jones, D. Iledorc, W Cheney, R. Rich, R. Manning, T. Maroun, D. Boyer. YOUTH IS HOT AND BOLD SOPHOMORES We started off our Sophomore year by electing our officers. We chose Robert LaBarge for President, Carol Payment for Vice-President, Barbara Lal.onde for Secretary and Richard Hauser for Treasurer. Our President, Robert Lafiarge, was also President of our Freshman class last year. Our class enjoyed very nice Christmas parties put on by our homeroom teachers, Mr. Baker and Mr. McGinn. james Bourbeau impersonated Santa Claus. The Sophomore class has many boys and girls who participate in the extracurricular activities of the school. Many belong to the Drama Club, Press Club, Cheerleaders, Triple-Trio and Basketball team. OFFICERS AND ADVISERS We would like to express our thanks to our advisers, Sealed, In to R.: ML Baker, R. Mr. Baker, Mrs. Forkey and Mr. McGmn. Hauser, Mrs. Forkey, R. Laliarge, Mr. Poulin. Standing: B. LaLonde, C. Payment. First Row, L. to R..' N. Cassell, S. LaFrance, A. Webster, B. LeClaire, j. Bodah, Gauthier, M. M. Sparks, C. Payment, A. Barrett, C. Cote, R. Montion, l. Arsenault, H. Daniels, L. Harris. Second Roux' B. Lal.onde, D. Futterman, G. Davis, M. Eggsware, J. Ayotte, A. l-aVallee, l.. White, C. Cudahy, LaFave, B. LaPorte, R. Sarazen, J. Papin, I. Richardson, W. Hall. Third Ron: C. Mayotte, A. Mitchell, R. Barker, M. Van Vranken, C. Sapone, R. llauser, M. Godin, G. Shaheen, T. Woods, R. Grammo, M. Leighton, W. Staves. Fourth Rouz' W. Churco, j. Bourbeau, B. Thomas, R. LaBarge, R. Beauchamp, B. Willette, L. Man- digo, C. Paye, W. Olivey, W. Uelisle. BE NOT TOO TAME FRESHMEN The Freshmen class advisors are Miss Malakie, Mr. Tooley and Mr. Graton. Last fall, with their help, we elected our class officers. They are: President, Gary Sabin, Vice-President, joy Bianca, Secretary, Althea Savard and Treasurer, john Bobak. We seem to have more talent than our upper class- men give us credit for. We have two Freshmen girls on the j.V. Cheerleaders and six boys on the junior Varsity Basketball team. Many more participate in the Alpha Club, band, Drama Club, and the Senior Choir. If the enthusiasm and cooperation shown this year continues, there is no doubt that the class of '56 will be an outstanding one. Seated, L. to R.: J. Bobak, J. Bianca, G. Sabin, A. Savard. Standing: Mr. Graton, Miss Malakie, Mr. Tooley. OFFICERS AND ADVISORS First Row, L. to R.: DiStephano, R. Belleville, R. Russell, A. Cassell, N. Chiasson, D. Hesseltine, C. Cheney, J. Spoor, B. Tyler, D. Hinkson, T. Duane. Second Row: B. Bradley, A. Van Vranken, S. Shaw, M. Davis, R. McGillis, J. LaFave, B. Montion, L. Propp, E. Patnode, S. Sutter, N. LaMere, T. LaRocque, G. Degone. Third Row: E. Anderson, G. Cheney, D. jock, J. Peryea, S. D'Avignon, N. Peryea, E. Meacham, B. Denis, P. Churco, I. Bianca, A. Savard, I. Bobak, P. Sperry, R. Seymour, j. Flynn, M. Hansen, M. Gaff. Fourth Row: S. Burke, J. Corneau, R. Perth, R. Straub, I. Collins, E. Corneau, M. Tagaras, R. Sochia, K. Bell, F. Brier, L. Oldfield, R. Bedore, G. Sabin, R. Lyons, I S. Boushie, D. Lines, J. Bedore, F. Corrow, D. LaMare, P. Tro Ellis, C. Kimball. . Fischer. Fifth Row: D. Santerre, Foley, mbley, W. White, R. Laramay, M. Dugan, N. 'Y W' is . 55- V 'W Wm 'fs HH f f if Q 'X YQ qi: Q. .. 1? MLK Wm x ,E ,L 4 F .. -V - if ' 722.55 'fm I K x? A 5 ' ? "' . TK' 'Q' . ,i .M Xi HRH, M, x sw W 53 A ,H av '35 L, x M " 3. if 'E if .sbt fx w- +1 V 'R W Q1 km - W 3 f 5 f Wim 5 K L. A ' , . .e ws , 5,11 W ' 4 X A 'E' .fr :Q L QW M V, H 15 v f I 5. . .I -F5 ' K 323513 f - S w - 6 xg. S v 'fe K , -v -1. 19' X 'Y , wr Q fy A , I5 K Q T ,,LL .fifli i9 A',-- L9 S 'ff K? www J E f I MU is -.ff i I , by A nv in R a' gg Y L ss K 1 QQ If 'Sw i M 'fb 'X in 2 'K Q X QTY' , e if f . ,W K :L 5 Wo wg? Fi: 1 7 M Q, X W am, mn K 555 A K lu. 1? ggi ,E L., nity, .M Q 'fm w"ffQ1fff ,.f-E W :W " 1' A I , ff i mf' SQ A W, 5 Q 5 wg Q A Q WW sf 'Tim , L W L nf L-A f ye S48 , AL If 1 1 K ' 15, :asf H K 1 N gi M L . k.,. , Y ' 9 ik X X lg, if 8 , R' "Q ' J ag QM an 'W Wk K 'kkk K A W h , A Q , fig Q af 5 'wh ,ARMM G' YOUTH LIS FULL OF PLEASURE THIS ABOVE ALL This year's Tuhisean Staff has worked together as one cooperative group. It consists of various departments. Of these are: Sports, Art, Advertising, Literary, Subscriptions and Editorial Departments. Each of these departments has done its utmost in order to make the Tuhisean of this year a big success. We hope this yearbook is a clear illustration of the hard work accomplished by this staff. Seated, L. to R.: G. Kasper, Ass't.'Ed.g P. McNamara, Girls' Sports Savnrd, Business Mgr., G Chnrland, Ass't. Sub. Mgr., R. Martin, Art Ed., C. Burgdorf, Ass't. Art ' .5 V. Wood Editor-in-Chief Standing: M. Connor, Ass't. Business Mgr., Dumoulin, Boys' Sports Ed.: M. Lyons, fiss't. Lit. Ed.g M Bianca, Sub. Mgr. Absent: A. Gagnier, Lit. E . Popularity Personality Best Figure Patricia McNamara Myrtle Bianca Patricia McNamara 'B Done Most for Class Valerie Woods IDE L GIRL Most Likely to Succeed Mary Lyons Intelligence Carol Moody Best Dancer Vera Fortune A ll A round Adele Gagnier Most School Spirit Friendliest Sports Queen Elaine Benjamin Myrtle Bianca 28 Adele Gagnier Most Tallsative He loise Bedore Popularity Personality SPOT!-5 King Done Most for Class james Suvlrd Gerry Garrelts Glenwood Chaxland Gerry Garrelts IDEAL BOY Best Physique Intelligence Robert Mandigo Byron Park Most Likely to Succeed Friendliest Byron Park Roy Dupuis 1 P l Most 505001 Spifil All Around Best Dancer Most Talkatiue G'-50l'8C KRSPCY Glenwood Chltlnnd 29 William Russell Kenneth Kenney LL THE WORLD'S A STAGE First Row, L. to R.: Mr. Kraus, R. Martin, M. Bianca, M. Connor, M. Sparks, G. Kasper, V. Woods, B. Park. Second Row: H. Felio, A. LaValley, T. Woods, J. Hesseltine, B. Grammo, B. LaPorte, W. Staves, K. Girard. Third Row: D. Gionet, J. Savard, V. Fortune, j. Dumoulin, E. Benjamin, W. Russell, S. Staves, R Rich. Fourth Row: G. Harris, C. Paye, A. Propp, E. Anderson, A. Aseel, E. Maroun. The Dramatics Club is a cooperative and well organized group under the capable leadership of George Kasper, Presidentg Myrtle Bianca, Vice'Presidentg Byron Park, Treasurer, and Karlene Girard, Seaetary. The annual "Sadie Hawkins Dance," sponsored by the Dramatics Club was a huge success and every member of the Club worked hard to make it so. The Club is different in some aspects from preceding years. The meetings are held on the first and third Mondays of each month at 7:30 P.M. Students who are not members of the Club may attend these meetings so that they may become acquainted with the functions of the Club. Under the supervision of Mr. Kraus, our adviser, the Club has participated in many assemblies throughout the year and as a whole, it has been pretty successful. 30 PEP CLUB Participation, Enthusiasm and Perseverance-This is the mean- ing of PEP. When a new member comes into the club he should know, understand and carry out the meaning. At the first meeting this year we had election of officers with results as follows: President, Myrtle Bianca, Vice-President, George Kasper and Secretary- Treasurer, Pat joly. At our next meeting we voted on the new members to come into the club. These students were rated on their scholastic ability and their popularity with the students. The advisers are Miss Proulx and Mr. Christian. We have had various activities throughout the year, and both advisers have been most helpful in making this club more successful. First Row, L. to R.: K. Girard, A. Gagnier, V. Woods, P. Joly, A. Aseel, P. McNamara, S. Mitchell, V. Fortune. Second Row: T. Staves, E. Roberson, J. Dumoulin, H. Felio, A. Connor, W. Russell, M. Connor. Third Row: Mr. Christian, G. Harris, A. Propp, E. Beniamin, J. Patnode, M. Bianca, Miss Proulx. Fourth Row: R. Sabin, C. Burgdorf, I. Savard, G. Garrelts, D. Bedore, G. Kasper, B. Park. ALPHA CLUB The Alpha Club held its initiation last October and took in twenty-two new members. Officers for the year are: Presi- dent, Sheridan Boushie, Vice- President, Ann VanVranken3 Treasurer, Alfred Aseel and Secretary, Ellen Aseel. Although the club has been very active in past years, noth- ing of importance has been planned for the year. We do hope to put on an assembly pro- gram and have a couple more parties before the school year closes. Miss Arlene Fallon and Mr. Patrick Quinn are faculty ad- visers. 31 Seated, First Row, L. to R.: C. Bianca, A. Forkey, L. Woods, C. Savard, S. Shaw, Bianca, P. Churco, E. Aseel. Second Row: P. Branch, S. Belmore, C. Mayville, J. Aaron, C. Churco, P. Patnode, E. Patnode, 1. LaFave, A. VanVranken, B. Manning. Third Row: Arsenault, C. Connor, D. LaBarge, D. Wood, T. Duane, 1. Bobak, A. Aseel, L. LaFave, V. Sabin. Standing: Miss Fallon, E. Bliss, P. Benjamin, T. LaPointe, S. jones, L. Propp, A. Savard, Corneau, E. Staves, D. Santerre, S. Boushie, G. Sabin, R. Laramee, R. Boushie, K. Bell, W. Tyler, Mr. Quinn. is x ,V .. fi , X , H15 A Q Q H x ., ii 5 55: K .xx i K X , " W g v , Q EQ, ,,,. A lg x Q m mi in f ' . ' 4' i1fQ,. I M.. Z . Q L m ' . qs, W EL ' V ' L IW' ' 3 ' X "' I ' ' ' 35:5 , Z ', 1 N 4' W' Y 2 f- 3' ' A ff fi "Ei '- , :Y-f M . Q f -. ' ' "Vrff5..Z A x , : S235 A Q D bf K L 7' P h-' " ,,Af,g-,5,, yu- Q., - , ' . ', 7-. . , Vg ,, Hwy M, K -' wi- ' " -- W1 "'f2f'i- . f. ' -fx i 7 ' - ' ' X' N - F K Je A 21 Q51 y. - 21 if Hg 1 'e ' -- ' fi ' U ' ug ' 'i ,ix " 4? 1 si is '1' ' W , A X-Ml Q . 1 k . X, K, L . I 4 Q X . -Q' ,q."'f. , -. I v..,L.:f' " 'V x 4. ' ' 5 A " xi? 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He has been working in this new building since it was built in 1935. During this time 1227 students have been graduated from Tupper High. We are sure that they all join us in saying, "Thank you, Mr. Madore, and au revoir." 36 .vs g,,,',..f15g'f if - - .mf .5.ua,g, 53,4 ,- YOUTH IS FULL OF SPORT -m ' "--l"" VIOLENT SWIFTNESS Tupper Lake had a successful season this year winding up with a record of four wins and three defeats. Coach Len Perry, with his assistants, Pat Quinn and Theodore Bayer, opened the sea- son with eleven lettermen returning to duty. Mr. Perry had great expectations for a championship team, but had to settle for third place. With a little more effort on the part of the players we would have lost only one game and attained second place. Though our rating as a team was not overly high, the players attained many individual honors. Glenwood Charland and Captain Everett Roberson were placed on the second and third string All-Central team in that order. On the All-Northern first team were Glenwood Charland at the end and Robert l.aBarge in the quarterback slot. On the second team was james Savard, who was barely nosed off the first squad and Richard Beauchamp. Honor- able mention was given to Everett Roberson and Marvin Connor. SCORES TUPPER LAKE OPPONENT 34 13 Potsdam 40 6 Saranac 7 0 Canton i9 20 Gouverneur 27 7 Malone 0 34 Massena 6 14 Ogdensburg 38 gh:-vX an--w J. Dumoulin Fullback A. Connor Halfback T. Staves Tackle J. Savard End R. Dupuis Back D. Bedore End . . M. Connor Tackle Roberson Guard R. Beauchamp Halfback E. Dunn Back B. Thomas Guard G. Charland End J. Bourbeau Tackle R. LaBarge Quarterback P. Dattola Guard L. COACHES to R.: Mr. Bayer, Mr. Perry, Mr. Quinn First Row, L. to R.: G. Charland, J. Hour beau, B. Thomas, E. Roberson, C. Paye, P Dattola, T. Staves, M. Connor, J. Savard Second Row: Coach Perry, A. Connor, j Dumoulin, R. LaBarge, R. Beauchamp, R Dupuis, E. Dunn, W. Russell, D. Bedore, Mr Quinn. Third Row: R. Sabin, Mgr., R. Man digo, J. Beausoleil, L. Mandigo, C. Mayotte A. Mitchell, Bedore, R. Rich, S. Boushie W. Churco, C. Hathaway, Mgr. 39 VARSITY GRACED WITH FRUITS With four of last year's starting five, james Savard, Larry Rovito, Glenwood Charland, and Robert LaBarge, Mr. Perry added Donald Bedore to make an, "Iron Five". With such reserves as Byron Thomas, Gerry Garrelts, john Dumoulin, Marvin Connor, Roy Dupuis, and Earl Dunn, the season started. The team went undefeated for the first nine games. We lost only two games before the season ended with Tupper winning the league pennant. The semi-finals were held at the Appleton Arena in Canton with Tupper meeting Gouverneur. The final game for the championship showed Tupper against Malone. From the start to the finish both teams played excellent ball with the overpowering Tupper winning 57 to 52. This year, as they did a few years back, the coaches picked an all-northern team, jim QEagle-Eyej Savard, Bob LaBarge, Glenwood Charland, and Larry Rovito were picked by every coach in the league. SCHEDULE TUPPCI Lake Opponents 79 Gouverneur 5 l 95 Canton 24 83 Ogdens burg 5 6 99 Potsdam 4 2 83 Mas sena 5 9 78 Saranac Lake 5 1 95 Norwood- Norfolk 44 66 Malone 5 1 97 Canton S 3 72 Ogdens burg 73 87 Potsdam 55 95 Massena 72 75 Saranac Lake 51 76 Norwood-Norfolk 33 33 Malone 49 58 Gouverneur 60 Semi-Finals 63 Gouverneur 42 Championship 57 Malone 5 2 First Raw, L. to R.: G. Charland, I. Savard, R. La- Barge, L. Rovito, D. Bedore. Second Row: G. Garrelts, E. Dunn, J. Dumoulin, Coach Perry, R. Dupuis, M. Connor, B. Thomas, R. Sabin, Mgr. D. Bedore Guard G. Garrelts Forward E. Dunn Forward I. Dumoulin F onuard Mr. Len Perry Coach M. Connor Guard JF VICTORY JUNIOR VARSITY Tupper Lake's junior Varsity, for the second time in Northern League jayvee competition, came through with an undefeated season. Mr. Perry and the team :vito ward R LaBarge Center R. Dupuis Guard Forward J. Savard should be given a lot of credit for their splendid work. At the beginning of the season, Mr. Perry picked out his starting five consisting of Richard Beauchamp, Dan Santerre, Sheridan Boushie, Charles Paye and Charles Mayotte and with such capable reserves as Gary Sabin, Nelson Cassell, 'Ralph Russell, Ronald Laramee, james Bedore, William Olivey, Warren Chur- co and Robert Becker, the team took shape. Tupper Lake led the league in offense with 775 points while holding their opponents to 438. The Junior Varsity met Malone in the finals. The game was a thriller all the way with Tupper winning 36 to 27. If this team works in the future as they did this year, there are great expectations for a good varsity team. SCHEDULE Tupper Lake Opponents 50 Gouverneur 20 44 Canton 13 36 Ogdensburg 25 47 Potsdam 24 55 Massena 39 50 Saranac Lake 35 45 Norwood-Norfolk 23 39 Malone 20 56 Canton 27 48 Ogdensburg 24 65 Potsdam 27 46 Massena 26 52 Saranac Lake 22 33 Norwood-Norfolk 28 57 Malone 30 52 Gouverneur 25 Championship 36 Malone 27 First Row, L. to R.: G. Sabin, R. Beauchamp, S. Boushie, C. Paye, C. Mayotte, D. Santerre, R. Russell. Second Row: N. Cassell, W. Olivey, R. Laramee, Coach Perry, W. Russell, Mgr.: W. Churco, C. Becker, 1. Bedore. B. Thomas Guard Guard my A ra Q Y First Row, L. to R.: C. Hathaway, I. Dumoulin, C. Bell, Mr. Quinn, J. Clement, L. Richer, A. Dunn, T. Staves. Second Row: J. Tarbox, I. LaLonde, C. Paye, E. Dunn, G. Charland, C. Burgdorf, R. LaBarge, M. Connor, J. Bourbeau, K. Kenney. First Row, L. to R.: B. Park, B. Willette, R. Manning, R. Grammo, G. Garrelts, R. Russell, P. Hunkins, R. Rich. Second Row: L. Mandigo, R. Smith, G. Kasper, I. Bourbeau, D. Clark, G. Sabin, N. Cassell, J. Bedore, W. Churco. Third Row: Coach McGinn, L. Rovito, R. Beauchamp, R. LaBarge, S. jones, B. Thomas, W. Russell, J. Savard, N. Sovey, W. Cheney, J. Dumoulin. AIM Mr. Patrick Quinn Baseball Coach TRACK sw -54' ,, .17 33 FULL OF SPIRIT J. V. CHEERLEADERS Under the supervision of Miss johnson, the j.V. cheerleaders proved to be most enthusiastic in backing up their team. Although six of the girls were beginners, they worked cooperatively along with their Captain Gail Branch and Co-Captain jean Patnode. They became a fine group of cheerleaders and did an excellent job inspiring their team on to victory. L. to R.: M. Bianca, J. Bianca, J. Patnode, G. Branch, S. Burke, J. Bodah, j. Hesselrine. 43 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Behind our great team this year was a squad of peppy and spirited cheerleaders led by Captain Pat McNamara and Co-Captain Lois Bobak. Under Miss johnson's supervision, the girls worked hard during both the football and basket- ball seasons. Because of their spirit and en- thusiasm, the girls were a success in leading the crowds and cheering their team on to victory. Center, Kneeling: P. McNamara. First Row, L. to R.: R. Sarazen, E. Benjamin, A. LaValIey, N. Bellows. Second Row: L. Bobak, B. Laporte, A. Aseel. PLAYERS WELL BESTOWED G. A. A. Throughout this school year the Girls' Athletic Association has been especially busy. Besides bowling, volleyball, and num- erous other activities, the G.A.A. has spon- sored a Sports Day in which four visiting schools participated. Among other activities sponsored were: a sports night, the Snow Flake Ball, and the Faculty Five versus Senior basketball game. The G.A.A. plays an important part in each girl's life throughout her high school years. Since it is one of the most active groups in school, its membership includes most all of the high school girls. Under Miss johnson's guiding hand, the officers are selected from the Gym Leaders, the G.A.A. executive group. This year's officers are: Adele Gagnier, presidentg jean Patnode, vice-president, and Agnes Dugan, secretary-treasurer. GYM LEADERS First Row, L. to R.: G. Branch, A LaValley, L. Bobak, M. Sparks Second Row: A. Aseel, H. Cheney, J. Meacham, 1. Patnode, M. Bianca. Third Row: J. Blanz, M. LaFrance, A. Dugan, B. Savard, P. McNamara. Miss Betty john Coach First Row, L. to R.: A. Barrett, J. Bodah, J. Hesseltine, J. Gauthier, S. Mitchell, D. Bliss, 1. Papin, G. Branch, A. LaValley, P. Churco, 1. Bianca, S. LaFrance, P. joly. Second Row: E. Ben- jamin, M. Bianca, N. Bellows, C. Cudahy, N. Bliss, A. St. Onge, J. LaFave, P. McNamara, A. Aseel, L. Bobak, J. Disotell, I. Meacham, I. Patnode. Third Row: R. LaBrie, R. Montion, C. Robi- stow, E. Roosa, M. Sparks, C. Cote, P. LaBounty, K. Girard, G. Harris, M. Sparks, I. Arsenault, R. Reandeau, L. Dukette. Fourth Row: K. Campbell, D. Futterman, P. Facteau, P. Cote, J. Blanz, M. Dugan, B. LaLonde, R. Seymour, N. Schauble, M. Lyons, H. Cheney, J. Cassidy, S. Staves. Fifth Row: B. Savard, A. Propp, E. Dukette, I. Corneau, I. Chapman, M. Eggsware, G. Davis, R. Perth, M. LaFrance, A. LaVallee, A. Dugan, R. Chase. 44 iw wg ' 4 A ' H -11" is 'Q ' A W A! 1f,3f 1 . . , ,. . fi , In , I , . I A " ,tk ' A 7 '15 :pi - - .- 1 R-ww "1-'SQ 31 EW? wi M 30 fy 4 5 Q, E Eff -N- Q R: H 8 :Q gg. M ' 2.55, " 4: za " .,'.- Y mm H if . ,f .v ary .W . - 21, gg., 1' I fa.. . WN . I Q 5 9 ,. :hwy K 6 Qi fx? 'P L sf -::,,.. N . s , . , 3225 +45 ik. Lg. .,g,,, .W , i. , K. K! Jx V L ..-4 f ,fb 1 f ' Y if V ? Y- pf 3 , I 1 ? f. swf! A ffm wi :W X 1-Q N 4 Z, if in ww H :,,5:Y:f,,,Q!M x" Wa 5 X9 iw W A x .RX 'Q 5 sf' H f li ,yr X Wm li F' J, Q THERE IS A HISTORY OF ALL MEN'S LIVES .2.::f55sIS5?!.2sQi?Ss32,QE!P -'Z I'YQMflZZZ?Xf?5T'5?59?Hiff'l5 , , s swfff' :ext 112 if! ., I., "I i .ffllii-Eb' If IG"-'oz .ai 2 i ,qi Fr rl Q H, E, S ' SII- ' ,,,. , 4 N I S 3?-, n f 8 ' , V A" 'V 1 .51 ,. Wfifaf' . H .s,W-Lv-.L g .FIV , Ii, .155 :i"E.'?x 5" 1 " I "K":.If .- " . I 5' I I I,'I, .f ' - if X is 3 ,za I in r T. X2 IIII t . , 5 SIII ' Q -4.-MW... 9' ff-1 If ' Q- V . Q E' ' . 'K , , '-HI. ar ' - Q . b . ww! 1-R. Sabin. 2-M. Bianca. 3-H. Bedore. 4-R. Sarazen. 5-A. Gagnier. 6-C. Maxoun and V. Fortune. 7-S Mitchell. 8-J. Dumoulin. 9-P. Cote. 10-V. Cheney. ll-I.. Bourdage. 12-K. Kenney. 13-R. Peets. 14-R Moeller. 15-R. Martin. 16-W. Russell. 17-P. McNamara. 18-P. joly. 19-V. Woods. 20-S. Staves. Compliments to the Class of 1953 FRANKLIN DAIRY THE GIFT SHOP For the best in Gifts and Greeting Cards M'lk-C 1 ream Compliments of H ' dM'1k omogemze 1 ENDICOTT--JOHNSON'S Ph 42 one 9 Tupper Lake ' ' E ' Sh Complimentsof Kings lectric op ROY 'S RESTAURANT Where you get the best in Northern New York 53 Main St. Downtown Tupper Roy Colburn, Prop. Electrical Contracting Refrigeration '76 Park St. Tupper Lake N. Y. ADRIAN'S JEWELRY SHOP Watch Repairing Diamonds-Watches-Jewelry-Gifts Religious Items 72. Park St. Phone 562 Tupper Lake, N. Y. HARVEY'S PHARMACY R. L. Hawkins, Prop. Tupper Lake, New York Compliments of ASEEL .TEWELRY STORE Tupper Lake, New York Compliments of SABIN'S ELECTRIC SHOP Tupper Lake, New York Compliments of THE HOLLAND HOUSE "Famous for half a century as the favorite eating and meeting place of the north country" Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Byrne Compliments to the Class FORTUNE 'S HARDWARE 62-64 Main St. GRAND UNION HOTEL Faust, N. Y. Compliments of COHN'S PHARMACY Faust, N. Y. Success to the Graduates of '53 CHALMER'S RADIO SERVICE Wilbur Chalmers, Class of 'ZZ Congratulations to the Class of '53 RECREATION CENTER 141 Park Street Tupper Lake, New York Compliment s of HAROLD J. NICHOLS Friendly Insurance Service Tupper Lake, N.Y. Phone 840 Compliments of MISS TUPPER DINER "Where old friends meet" -Open 24 hours- Amos Robillard Compliments of SUNMOUNT MARKET Where you buy at cost plus 1070 Art Welch, Prop. Compliments of SURPRISE -Household Outfitters- Tupper Lake, New York Compliments of SUNMOUNT SERVICE STATION Art Wood, Prop. Compliments of ADAMS'S GARAGE Chrysler-Plymoutn Tupper Lake, New York Compliments of F REDRICK SAVARD Tupper Lake, New York Compliments of Compliments of a LA VALLEY at WOULF FRIEND Gas-Fuel Oil-Kerosene Success to the Class of 1953 GEORGE NELSON Bouquets of Good Wishes to the Class of '53 MARGARET LARKIN'S FLOWERS Best wishes to the Class of '53 NORTHLAND MOTORS Cadillac-Oldsmobile Chevrolet-G. M. C..Trucks Clifton Bliss, Manager Earl Hesseltine, Service Mgr. Faust, New York WOOD 'S SHOP 90 Park Street-Phone 592 Tupper Lake, New York -Everything for the Lady- Compliments of J. J. NEWBERRY CO. Tupper Lake, New York Compliments of ROY A. PROVOST Public Accountant 181 Park St. also candy 8: school supplies A store Compliments of WHITE'S MUSIC and ELECTRIC G. E. Home Appliances Phone 98-Tupper Lake, N. Y C ompliments of Walt's Service Station Walt T. Maroun, Prop. Tupper Lake, New York For Smart Fashions "THE SMART SHOP" Tupper Lake, N. Y. Compliments of WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORES 122 Park Street Tumaer Lake, New York Compliments of MAGRlNO'S CLEANERS Tupper Lake, New York Good luck, and we pray that your generation will have the next 50 years of peace and happiness. A Word of Advice To You Young People BUY GOOD BRANDS from GOOD S" ORES and You 'll Always Get YOUR MONEY'S WORTH GINSBERG'S Department Store Established 1897 Our 56th Year B. SEIGEL 8: SON, INC. Phone 50-Established 1888 Shelf HARDWARE Heavy Oil-O-Matic Heating Systems Mall Chain Saws, Plumbing, Sheet Metal Work Paints, Oils, Glass C ompliments of FIRESTONE George Peck, Prop. Tupper Lake, New York Compliments of MC CARTHY 'S MARKET Raymond Youmell 8: Lawrence McLear Tupper Lake, New York C ompliment s of U. S. BOBBIN 8: SHUTTLE CO., INC. Tupper Lake, New York IROQUOIS HOTEL "The Indian Room" Cocktail Lounge Mike Pisanchin, Prop. Compliments of MARTIN BROS. Meat and Groceries Tupper Lake, New York Compliments to the Class of '53 LEO J. CBUCKJ SARAZEN Kerosene-Diesel Oil Fuel Oil-Bottled Gas Gas Ranges-Hot Water Heaters Phone 10-2.9 Berkley Ave. Congratulations to the Class of 1953 SONNY BOY BAKERS "In the heart of the Adirondacks" CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1953 OVAL WOOD DISH CORPORATION Manufactur er s Ritespoons-Riteforks-Flat Spoons-Ice Cream Sticks Wood Food Trays M, F. M. A. Hardwood Flooring-Commercial Veneers Hardwood Lumber Factories Potsdam Tupper Lake 51 PAUL SMITH'S COLLEGE Courses completed in two years in Forestry or Resort Hotel Management First two years of four-year program in Forestry-Resort Hotel Management Home Economics-General Business-Liberal Arts A. A.S. and A.A. Degrees Granted TUPPER LAKE ESSO SERVICE Mark Bruce Phone 324 Compliments of TUPPER LAKE Coca-Cola Bottling Company Phone 480 Compliments of HOTEL ALTAMONT "Tops in Tupper" For the Best Times Meet in The Mountain Room Compliments of TUPPER LAKE AUTO SALES Pontiac - Buick Sales and Service A. B. Cronin, Owner Compliments of J. A. LYDAMORE, INC. Plumbing - Heating - Hardware - DuPont Paint - 33 High St. Tupper Lake Phone 105 Best washes To The ciass of 1953 Tupper Lake High School TUPPER LAKE FREE PRESS, INC Compliments of THE TUPPER LAKE NATIONAL BANK A Strong and Friendly Bank Ready and able to meet every Legitimate Credit Requirements of the Community A good place to do business Modern - Efficient - Conservative Tupper Lake, New York Resources Over Four Million Dollars Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Federal Reserve System Compliments to the Compliments of Class of 1953 JOHN SALAMY, Sr. ALTAMONT MILK co. , INC. Everybodfs Friend Compliments of Milk - Cream - Ice Cream SHAHEEN 'S MARKET Homogenized Milk Phone 141 Tupper Lake, N. Y. Compliments of Best wishes HER FUNERAL OME RIC H To The Class of '53 T L k , N. Y. Ph 3 upper a e one 69 THE WAUKESHA GRILL Compliments of Moody, N. Y LaROCQUE 'S DEPT. STORE Tupper Lake, New York 53 CENTRAL CITY BUSINESS INSTITUTE New York State Approved Fall Term-September 8, 1953 SYRACUSE 2, NEW YORK William J. Veigel, Director Good Luck to All We Build We insulate We Heat We're hard to beat TUPPER LAKE SUPPLY CO. -We Guarantee - Phone 137 Compliments of GIONET 8: VAILLANCOURT General Contractors Roofs-Sidings Economical Homes Phone-199 or 873W I Good Luck to the Class JOHN MAROUN Faust, New York Compliments of MIKALLS I. G. A. MARKET Phone 12 Faust, N.Y. Best Wishes to the Class of '53 KIKLEVICH'S LIQUOR STORE JoAnne 8: Walter Kiklevich, Jr. Prop. Compliments of BOYER'S MARKET Faust, N. Y. Best Wishes to the Class of '53 MAID'S PHARMACY "The Rexall Store" Tupper Lake, New York C omplim ent s cf SHORE ACRES MOTOR COURT "For those who care" Moody Road-Phone 415 Mrs. Mary Dinet, Prop. Compliments of MORT 'S SERVICE STATION Moody Road-Phone 902W Morton Sovey, Prop. Going Great - Go Calso SAVARD 'S a 2 -OLSTERING SHOP Faust, N. Y. Easy Monthly Payrnents Phone 881 Best Wishes to the Class of '53 RICKAMER'S JEWELERS COTE 'S I. G. A. STORE Low Prices Every Day Compliments of BIEBER-ISAACS CLOTHES Factory To You 80 Park St. -Tel. 1125 Frank J. McCarthy, Mgr. DOWNTOWN MOTORS Mr. D. Yando, Prop. NATIONAL ARMY STORES Most everything for everybody Tupper Lake, N. Y. CLARK LUMBER COMPANY Everything to Build Anything You Build Phone Z8-Faust, N. Y. BAKER,'S House Furnishings-Wall Paper- PILON'S SERVICE STATION Paint Geo. Pilon, Prop. Z4 Cliff Ave. Tupper Lake, N. Y. Phone 783 Faust, New York Compliments of GEORGE T. VINCENT Chrysler-Plymouth Salesman Office Phone 241-Home Phone 949 The only truly balanced cars for 1953- JIM COOMBS Saranac Lake Body8rCo1lision Shop 107-109 Lake St. Phone 30 Saranac Lake, New York SPORTS SHOP TIP-TOP BARBER SHOP Fishing, Hunting, Archery and Camping Supplies Robert and Roland Richer Tupper Lake, N. Y. Compliments of PECK'S AUTO SALES New and Used Car Dealer K. J. Peck ELITE RESTAURANT Val Bourque, Prop. Faust, New York Congratulations Sz Good Luck MADORE 'S LIQUOR STORE Smilie 8: Helen Compliments of PAUL SMlTH'S ELECTRIC LIGHT, POWER 8: RAILROAD COMPANY ' Compliments of MRS. BIANCA Movies Are Your Best Form of Entertainment ART OLIVEY C ompliments of ADIRONDACK BAKERY Compliments of ABDALLAH'S MARKET Fresh Fruits-Vegetables-Meats Groceries Free Delivery Z09 Park Street Phone 877 Tupper Lake, N. Y. Compliments of KAVANAUGH TRUCKING Tupper Lake, N.Y. Phone 556W C ompliment s of MASON'S DRIVE - IN Phone 363 337 Park St. Tupper Lake, N. Y. Compliments of I-IANK'S ESSO SERVICE Hank Rule, Prop. Faust, N.Y. Phone 485 Compliments of CARL F. FENTON, Jr. Compliments of PARK CABINS Prop. Bill 8: Walt Frey "We Have No History But We Do Have A Future" Phone 1040 336 Park St. Tupper Lake, N. Y. C omplirn ent s of GILBERT 'S TYDOL-SERVICE International Sales and Service Titan Chain Saws Parts and Repairs Phone 39 - 6 Demars Blvd. Tupper Lake, N. Y. Compliments of PARK HOTEL J. Steshka.

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