Turners Falls High School - Peske Tuk Yearbook (Turners Falls, MA)

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May never we our duty shun, Let not our tasks remain undone, May we progress a bit each day, Along this rough and rocky way, Give us the confidence we need, And keep us free from vice and greed, Help those who try to do their best, Slow down the ones who need a rest, Don't let our burdens weigh us down Until we nearly touch the ground, Give us the strength we should possess In fighting evil with our best. - EDWARD HUGHES. 2 IQEMW OUR TOWN STAFF - Fcculfy Advisor - MISS ALICE TEED - Edifors - BEVERLY JACKSON EILEEN ERAWLEY - Ari Edifor - MARY CARLISLE DAVID MADDERN CONSTANCE Mc1cINTYRE - Sfaff - NORMAN FARWELL JACKIE GUILBAULT KATHLEEN LEONARD EDWARD HUGHES RUTH PATTERSON RICHARD HOGAN DOLORES PORLIER BARBARA CARIGNAN - SporIs Staff - DAVID HURLBUT DONALD BURKE - Business Managers - RICHARD GRAVES ' CLAIRE PRUNIER MARILYN WARSAWSKI KENNETH CADRAN JEANNE SOCQUET - Typisfs - CELIA KORTZ MILDRED SOBOLEWSKI IRENE OLCHOWSKI DEDICATION He has worked with but one aim-that of making T.F.H.S. the school of which we are proud. He has asked for no reward but the raising and keeping of its high standards and seeing better future citizens graduate each year. His efforts have often gone unappreciated because unknown but all his en- deavors are shown clearly in the steady progress of the school. He has repeatedly championed the student and demonstrated good iudgment in all matters. innumerable graduates have had a chance to a better life because of his aid. But most outstanding is the security and dependability he symbolizes and the fact that every student knows he will get uncompromised fairness from him. So, as a small but really sincere acknowledgment of all he has done for T.F.H.S. and its past, present, and future students, we dedicate this yearbook to our principal, Mr. George Wrightson. 5 A TRIBUTE OF LOVE AND REMEMBRANCE TO ONE WE WILL NEVER FORGET With feelings of deepest regret we felt the passing of Miss Welcome Ayer, our beloved and respected teacher, who died on December 29, 1950. Because we realize to the fullest extent what we have gained because of her inspired teaching and because of the warm personal feeling engraved in our hearts by her kindly unselfish life, we feel we have lost more than a teacher but a dearly beloved friend. Her English sessions were never drab or monotonous but flavored with good humor and wisdom. The wealth of her teaching was not confined to the classroom, but reached out and touched our personal lives. She was all a teacher should be. Her achievements and sacrifices will ever be a living monument to her useful life on earth. She left the coming generation a heritage of a richer and better world because she passed this way. 6 ln September of 1920, Mr. Arthur E. Burke came to the Turners Falls High School as a teacher of science and athletic coach. He had recently graduated from Boston College and earlier had been an Infantry Officer in the United States Army. For six years Mr. Burke was sub-master and head of the science department and in 1926 he became principal of the high school and served in that position for the next eleven years. During this period, both the town and the high school were rapidly growing and, in 1936, work was started on eight new classrooms, an auditorium, and a gymnasium. This was a maior project and in the midst of the expansion, during the summer of 1937, Mr. Burke was appointed Superintendent of Schools in Mon- tague. ln 1938 the high school was at its peak enrollment of 596 pupils. Just two years later the boys and girls who were to become members of the class of 1951 entered the first grade. During World War Il, Mr. Burke served as Lieutenant Colonel of the 22nd Infantry, Massachusetts State Guard. He did extensive work in that capacity and contributed greatly to the local and state war efTort. The members ofthe class of 1951 sincerely appreciate and are deeply indebted to Mr. Arthur E. Burke for his continued guidance and interest in the pupils of the Montague School System. MR. ARTHUR E. BURKE PM . g,,., . X. . . .. ,Q A ,22 4 TO MISS REUM We, the Class of 1951 Express our you For your guidance and devotion throughout our High School Career. For your time and patient understanding given unselfishly whenever needed For your ever present humor and kindly advice. A wise advisor and teacher, but genuine appreciation to moreover a friend to all. 8 Acf Gmc Scene I f fH.5f ,, QU f Q26-' N163 XPS 4 1 - f .!.' i fnghfxqea PhofvffRf'P"'1 Br-mckqR0""d make-up Cosfumes Hat 95-Dffffhys fqcrdnrop Pug! Igrfy S'CRl,Of G3 4, A-.358 Wx ,LL - ,L 'agmgy' ,T sidhkf tg? 1 N1igfigQ M ,wg--F ...- ,,..u-1' air. A ' ' in V wwvW N3 ,. ax wg, A' 52 4 3 I , -, . 2-.5-zfxggqfgfgizz , V 5 vii ' S 5 1,1 ., ., --ww-Q., f .flak EH Sf? Sf ! F I gg 4 W 1f5i5i3'? -INET? . er 5 3rif??2 Wig 5 55?ibf?As f N L3 1 .15 W -ff f .X '- Q ,. . vw R X Q k xmgs, ' 1 ' 'ft Q X . . ?!4f"'iL , y. 1, .I xg? -Q x sf.. 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"""lIIl,i s.,sw og 16 A 'U-- 4,m ',, M B X I 31. 9, eff ' iw.. 1 Qf'?'.ig,., A umm, pun, I nv hiv 'Nm 'Kim Acf, fum W YN RS Scene I' ij f lame 1 4951 4, 1 X V AE -'xxx K I , W-in Wig , SQ 1 ' M45 M W M V14 RR0M"J 6B!75 5-Mfg, 006, my M paid, WA Mfmltfffia Qmllax W5 3 ,, WMI wt Kwai AW M Vi TIES Abfbg 15 z'AQ fpaar !7?d17'5 weafZA Cofafg .- Ofdgyf dna! Wbffe IL-fewer .' R052 KENNETH RICHARD CAOUETTE "Mickey" "ll you think he's all fun, the angels laugh, too, at the good he has done." Mickey, our class president, played football, basketball, baseball, and intramural basketball. He was in the Art, French, Latin, and Glee Clubs. Mickey was in the Christmas play his iunior year and he was property manager for the senior play. Mickey was chosen as a representative to Boys' State during his iunior year. E JAMES HERBERT DALE lljimmyll "Good humor makes all things tolerable . . . " Jimmy, our class vice-president, was in the Glee Club for three years. He played football and baseball for four years and intramural basketball for three years. BEVERLY ANN JACKSON llnevu "Her nose was fine: her eyes as blue as glass." Bev, our class secretary, was in the Latin, French, Community Service, and Glee Clubs, a Pro Merito, a Junior Prize Speaker, and was in the Christmas play her junior and sen- ior years. She was on the basketball team for tour years, and she also played intramural basketball. Bev was on the costume committee for the senior play. She also was on the "Our Town" stat? and was Editor-in- Chief of the "Netop" her senior year. ELEANOR BARBARA PINE lINigll "Long she flourished, grew sweet lo sense, and lovely to the eye." Nig, our class treasurer, belonged to the Glee, Community Service, and Commercial Clubs. She was president of the Home Economics Club, was an office girl, and was secretary to Miss Argy. She was a tumbler, and she played the part of "Lydia" in our Thanksgiving play, "Prodigal Son." Nig was on the costume committee for the senior play. JOYCE MARILYN LaROCHE "Tootsie" "What she will to do or say, Seems wisest, virtuosest, discreetest, best." Tootsie, our class historian, was a member of the Art, Latin, French, Glee, and History Clubs. She was on the ticket committee for the sen- ior play. Tootsie was chosen as an alternate for Girls' State during her iunior year. She was also president of the French Club and was in the Christmas play. VIRGINIA LOUISE BANASH "Ginny" "But golden was her hair, I will not lie." Ginny was a tumblerette and a tumbler, and she played in the orchestra and the band. She was in the Glee, Art, French, Community Service, and History Clubs, and she played basketball. Ginny was a stage manager for the senior play. SHIRLEY MAE BARON "Shirl" "Laugh yourself into stitches." Shirl was a iunior representative at Class Day and stage manager for "The Devil and Daniel Webster." She was a cheerleader for two years. Shirl was a tumbler and a tum- blerefte, and she played intramural basketball. She was in the Home Economics, Comunity Service, and Glee Clubs, and she was on the make-up committee for the senior play. HAROLD BENJAMIN "Bink" "Keep cool and you command all." Bink was a member of the Spanish Club for three years. He played intramural basketball and he served on the nominating committee for class officers. HERMAN ANTHONY BIALECKI "A fellow of plain and uncoined constancy." Herman played basketball for two years and he was on the ticket committee for the senior play. WALTER HENRY BIALECKI "Brudger" "He was as fresh as is the month of May." Brudger played football during his freshman year. He was on the baseball and basketball teams and he player intramural basketball. ROBERT EUGENE BRZOZOWY "Smokey Joe" "And alone with his friends, Lord! how merry was he." Bobby played in the band and Swingsters and was a member of the Art and Manual Training Clubs. He also played football during his freshman year. DOROTHY JANE BROWN "Dot" "The only way to have a friend is to be one." Y Dot was in the band and orchestra for three years. She was also in the Art and French Clubs. DONALD THOMAS BURKE "Don" "Life is a jest, and all things show it I thought so once, but now l know it." Don was in the Constitutional Essay Contest and he played basketball, baseball, and intramural basketball. He was in the Latin and French Clubs, and he was a Pro Merito. Don was an alternate at Junior Prize Speaking, and a mem- ber of the "Netop" and "Our Town" staffs. He was in the Christmas play and he was on the ticket committee for the senior play. KENNETH FRANCIS CADRAN "Mousie" "Esteemed for his good nature and understanding." Mousie was in the band, Swingsters, and orchestra. He was a member of the French and History Clubs. Mousie was on the "Netop" and "Our Town" staffs and he was a stage manager for the senior play. ESTER LORRAINE CAMPBELL "Soupie" "Oh who will walk a mile with me Along life's merry way?" Soupie was in the Christmas play and in the band for four years. She was in the Art and Glee Clubs and she was an assistant to Miss Teed for the senior play. BARBARA ROSE CARIGNAN "Barb" "The waist exceeding small The tives did fit her shoe." Barb was a tumbler, a tumblerette, and a cheerleader. She also played basketball and held hockey. She was in the Art, Home Economics, Glee, and Commercial Clubs, and was "Lillian" in the senior play. Barb was a Junior Prize Speaker, and she was on the "Netop" and "Our Town" staffs. MARY LEE CARLISLE "Mare" "Her hair was not more sunny than her heart." Mary was a member of the Community Service, French, Latin, Home Economics, Glee, and Art Clubs. She was treas- urer of the French Club, secretary of the Glee Club, and president of the Art and History Clubs. She was manager of the girls' basketball team and Associate Editor of the "Netop" during her senior year. She also won a poster con- test at U.M. and played the part of "Mrs. Gilbreith," the mother, in the senior play. 22 WILLIAM JAMES CARLISLE "Wild Bill" "His figure tall and straight and lithe." Wild Bill played football for three years and was in the Glee and "T" Clubs. He was a Junior Prize Speaker, and he was on the make-up committee for the senior play. FRANCES MARY CHAPPELL "But all things else about drawn From May-time and the cheerful dawn." Fran was a member of the Art Club and she played basketball her iunior year. JOHN GEORGE CASEY "Jocko" "Young Jackie was the blythest lad." Jocko played football, basketball, baseball, and intra- mural basketball. He belonged to the Art and Glee Clubs, and played the part of "Don" in the senior play. "Fran" JOYCE MAE CROSSMAN "Crossie" "And from the smile upon her face The darkness blossoms into light." Joyce was in the Commercial and History Clubs, and she was a Junior Prize Speaker. Joyce was chairman of the Thanksgiving play and she was a Bank Day cashier. She was a Pro Merito and was on the make-up committee for the senior play. 23 ROBERT EDMUND CYBULSKI "Bob" ' "Our character is our will, For what we will we are." Bob was in the band and he played intramural basket- ball. Bob was vice-president of the Spanish Club. NATALIE ANN CZARNECKI "Nickie" "Happiness is found not in reward but in . . . " Nickie was a member of the Art, Home Economics, Com- munity Service, History and Commercial Clubs, and she was on the Bowling Team. GLADYS KATHERINE DAMON "Glady" "She has a voice of gladness, and a smile . . . " Glady sang in the Glee Club, was one of our peppy cheerleaders, and played the part of "Ernestine" in our senior play. She was also a tumblerette, and she belonged to the Community Service Club. JAMES WILLIAM DeGRAFFE ".lim" "A quick responsiveness in work and deed." Jim played freshman and intramural basketball and was in the band. He also served on various dance committees. 24 JUNE DEMARS "Dark with excessive light." Blackie played basketball and was also a tumbler for four years. "Blackie" JEAN MARY DESCOTEAUX "Cocoa" "The heart is wiser than the intellect." Cocoa belonged to the Home Economics Club and was one of our busy little ottice girls. She was also on the ticket committee for the senior play. SHIRLEY ELAINE EDDY "Gentle, ancl low, an excellent thing in wom Fuzzy was in the band and orchestra. She w Home Economics, Art, Latin, French, and History Clubs. Fuzzy was a Pro Merito and she was on the ticket committee for the senior play. l IIFUZZYII an." as in the NORMAN DALE FARWELL "Norm" "Doing easily what others find difficult . . . is talent." Norm belonged to the band and Swingsters. He was a Prize Speaker, and was on the "Netop" and "Our Town" staffs. He played the part of "Joe Scales" in the senior play, and was in the Thanksgiving play. Norm belonged to the Glee, French, History, and Latin Clubs and was president of the Art Club. He was on the track team, and played intramural basketball. BARBARA ANN FOSTER "Barbie" "Barbara smiled, and all the world was gay." Barbie was a member of the Community Service and Home Economics Clubs. She was one of our busy office girls, and was secretary to Mrs. Whiteman. EILEEN FRAWLEY "Frawl" " . . . who lives without folly is not so wise as he thinks." Frawl was in the Art, Glee, and French Clubs, and she played basketball. She was on the "Netop" and "Our Town" staffs and was on the costume committee for the senior play. L I. WILLIAM JOHN FRANCUS, Jr. "Yndec" "A very gentle beast and of a good conscience." i BEVERLY SUE GAIMARI "Bev" " 'Tis good to be merry and wise." Bev was a cheerleader, a tumbler, and a tumblerette. She was in the Home Economics, Glee, and Community Ser- vice Clubs. She played intramural basketball, and was on the make-up committee for the senior play. Bev also played in the orchestra and was a member of the basketball team. She was in the Thanksgiving play and was a Junior repre- sentative at Class Day. 26 EDNA GALLANT "Eddie" "A good heart's worth gold." Eddie was a tumblerette and a member of the Glee, Home Economics, and Commercial Clubs. She was sec- retary to Miss McGiIlicuddy and to Miss DesOrmeaux. Eddie served on various dance committees. JANET ALICE GELINAS "Jan" "She brought warmth, laughter, and comfort." Jan was in the Glee, French, and Art Clubs. She was assistant chairman for the style show, and was on the ticket committee for the senior play. JUNE MADELINE GEORGE "Georgie" "She was right, pleasant, amiable-in short." Georgie played softball and intramural basketball. She was in the Home Economics, Glee, and Community Service Clubs. Georgie was a tumbler, a tumblerette, and stage manager for "The Devil and Daniel Webster." She was on the ticket committee for the senior play. RAYMOND PAUL GODIN "Slug" "The mildest manners with the bravest mind." Slug played freshman football and baseball, and intra- mural basketball. He was manager ofthe "Frosh" basketball team. Slug served on various dance committees. y 27 "My mind to me a kingdom is, Such perfect joy therein I find." Jeannie was in the Latin, Art, French, History, and Glee Clubs. She was a Pro Merito and was on the "Netop" and "Our Town" staffs. Jeannie served on various dance com- mittees and was on the ticket committee for the senior play. RICHARD HAROLD GRAVES "Rich" "Good Temper, like a sunny day sheds a brightness over everything, it is the sweetness of toil and the soother of quietude." Rich was in the band, Latin, and French Clubs. He was treasurer of the History Club and a member of the "Netop" and "Our Town" staffs. Rich was "Mr. Gilbreith," the father, in the senior play. HOWARD MILTON GREENE "Hector" "Their silence shall be interpreted as we approach them." Hector was on the track team, and was a member of the Glee Club. He was "Fred" in the senior play. He served on various dance committees. JACQUELINE MADELYN GUILBAULT "Jackie" "Let them call it mischief, When it is past and prospered 'twill be virtue." Jackie was a member of the Art, Latin, French, Glee, History, and Community Service Clubs. She was on the "Netop" and "Our Town" staffs. Jackie was secretary to Miss Purrington. She played the part of "Martha" in the senior play. Jackie served on various dance committees. 28 LAURA JEAN GRALENSKI "Jeannie" HENRIETTA MARY GUMINAK "Hennya" " . . . all light and smiles . . . " Hennya belonged to the Commercial and Home Eco- nomics Clubs. She was a Bank Day cashier, and Mrs. Reidy's secretary. Hennya served on various dance committees. JOHN GMYREK "Barsi" "lt is wonderful how much talent runs into manners." Barsi was in the American Legion Oratorical Contest and he won a medal for oratory. He was in the Spanish and Glee Clubs, and was in three plays. Barsi was a stage manager for the senior play. PATRICIA ANN HAHN "Pat" "A sweet attractive kind of grace." Pat was a tumbler, a twirler, and an alternate at Junior Prize Speaking. She was chosen for Girls' State during her junior year. Pat was a member of the Latin, Art, Glee, French, History, and Community Service Clubs. Pat was also on the costume committee for the senior play. RICHARD PAUL HOGAN "Hogie" "A pleasant companion is as good as a coach." Hogie played basketball for one year and managed the football, baseball and basketball teams. He was a member of the Spanish Club and the "Netop" staff. He was "Dr. Burton" in the senior play. 29 ROY B. HOUSMAN "Jumbo" "A cheerful life is what the muses love." Jumbo was on the basketball, football, and baseball teams for one year. He served on various dance committees. Jumbo was an electrician for the senior play. EDWARD WILLIAM HUGHES "Teddy" "That boy with the grave mathematical-mind." Teddy was in the band and Swingsters. He belonged to the Art, Latin, French, and History Clubs. He played basket- ball and baseball. Ted was a Pro Merito, and was on the "Netop" staff. DAviD GARDNER HURLBUT "Skippy" "Born for success, he seemed With grace to win, with heart to holcl-" Skippy was president of the Spanish Club, secretary of the History Club, and president of the Pro Merito Society of Massachusetts. He received the Harvard prize book during his iunior year. Skippy played baseball and football. CELIA JOAN KORTZ "CeIka" "There was a little girl, who had a little curl . . . " Celka was a typist on the "Netop" and "Our Town" staffs. She was a cashier for Bank Day, and was secretary to Miss Kelly. She was secretary of the Home Economics Club and belonged to the Commercial Club. Celka was business manager for Junior Prize Speaking, and property manager N for the senior play. i NEAL VICKER KURTGIS "Skippy" "The laughter of man is the contentment of God." Skippy played football and belonged to the "T" Club. He was also a member of the History and Latin Clubs. KATHLEEN LARAMIE "Kathy" "Friendship always benefits . . . " Kathy was a twirler and during her senior year was Captain of the twirlers. She was vice-president of the Home Economics Club, and she also belonged to the Community Service and Commercial Clubs. She was a Bank Day cashier, and was secretary to Miss McGillicuddy and to Mr. Pike. Kathy was also on the ticket committee for the senior play. HOWARD NORMAN LEETE "Howie" "Patient in adverse times, and well content." Howie was on the freshman football team and played intramural basketball. He was on the ticket committee for the senior play. Howie served on various dance committees. WILLIAM CHARLES LEHMAN "Chick" "The lad was ever a rover, Loving, laughing and free." Chick played football and belonged to the "T" Club. He also belonged to the History and Shop Clubs. Chick served on various dance committees. 31 KATHLEEN MARIE LEONARD "Kathy" "O lovely eyes of azure, Clear as the waters of a brook that run . . . " Kathy was a member of the Latin, French, Art, and History Clubs. She played in the band, and was an assistant to Miss Teed for the senior play. Kathy was also on the "Netop" and the "Our Town" staffs. She served on various dance committees. DOROTHY JANET LETOURNEAU "Dot" "Hair of Gold, Eyes of Blue." Dot was a member of the Latin, Art, and Community Service Clubs. She served on various dance committees. ROBERT LETOURNEAU "Lits" "Sir, your wit ambles well: it goes easily." Lits played basketball, baseball, and football for one year and was on the track team for three years. He served on various dance committees. JOAN ANN LOWELL ".loanie" "Sweet are the thoughts that savour of content, the quiet mind is richer than a crown." Joanie played softball, and belonged to the Home Eco- nomics and Spanish Clubs. She was a Bank Doy cashier and was secretary to Miss Lindsay. .Ioanie also served on various dance committees. 32 CONSTANCE LILLIAN MaclNTYRE "Connie" "Your fair discourse hath been as sugar making the hard way sweet." Connie was a Junior Prize Speaker, and she played the part of "Anne" in the senior play. She was "Lorna" in the Christmas play, and she was on the "Our Town" staff. Connie played basketball and field hockey. She was a tumblerette as well as a J.V. and varsity cheerleader. Con- nie belonged to the Home Economics, Art, Glee, Community Service and French Clubs. DAVID HAROLD MADDERN "Musician, thou art sure to please Yet now again for me delight the keys." David was a member of the Art, Latin, and French Clubs. He was on the "Netop" statt, and served on various dance committees. jig HJC, lah, EDWARD FRANK MILEWSKI "Doc" " . . . and a good jest forever . . . " Doc played on the basketball and baseball teams, and he played intramural basketball. He served on various- clance committees. HELEN MARY MOLONGOSKI "Gachi" "She is a maid of artless grace, Gentle in form and fair of face." Helen was a member of the Spanish, Home Economics, Glee, Commercial, and Community Service Clubs. She was on the Bowling Team and was secretary to Miss Crean. Helen was on the costume committee for the senior play. fi S-J LORRAINE DOROTHY OLSON " . . . that purrs and never shows a tooth . . . Larry was a member of the French Club and was on the ticket committee for the senior play. LOUIS EDWARD PARZYCH "He hath a heart as sound as a bell." Luigi was in the Art and Latin Clubs. He was on the decorating committee for the Sophomore Social. IRENE MARY OLCHOWSKI "Renie" "You won't find her at all disagreeable." Irene was a Pro Merito and was a typist on the "Netop" and "Our Town" staffs. She was a Bank Day cashier, and was secretary to Miss Little. Irene belonged to the. Home Eco- nomics and Community Service Clubs, and was a property manager for the senior play. Ill-urryll MYRTLE CAROLINE PALMER "Myrt" "Arguments out ot a pretty mouth are unanswerable." Myrt was on the basketball team, and she played intra- mural basketball. She was in the Latin and Art Clubs, and she also played in the band. Myrt served on various dance committees. llluigiu RUTH PATTERSON "Ruthie" "She holds little thought in sight Though gay they run and leap." Ruthie was in the French, Latin, Community Service, Art, t Glee, and History Clubs. She was Exchange Editor of the "Netop," Pro Merito, librarian of the Glee Club, and a member of the "Our Town" staff. Ruthie was on the ticket 'ji committee for the senior play. RICHARD GUNN PODLENSKI "Pod" "Beware the fury of a patient man." Pod played intramural basketball and was in the band. He was on several dance committees and he was property manager for the senior play. DOLORES ANN PORLIER "D" "lt would talk, Lord, how it talked." D was in the band and orchestra and belonged to the Glee, Art, French, Latin, and Community Service Clubs. She played basketball and was a tumbler and a tumbler- ette. She was on the "Netop" and "Our Town" staffs, and played the part ot "Miss Brill" in the senior play. CLAIRE ALICE PRUNIER "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." Claire was a member of the band, orchestra, and Swing- sters. She was in the Christmas play her junior year and the Thanksgiving play her senior year. Claire played the part of "Mrs. Fitzgerald" in the senior play. She was on the "Netop" and "Our Town" stalts, was secretary to Mr. Weiner, and was an alternate for Junior Prize Speaking. She also belonged to the Glee, Community Service, French, Commercial, and History Clubs. 35 WILLIAM EARL REUM "Bill" "Life is music if one be rightly in tune and in time." Bill was in the band, orchestra, Swingsters, and Glee Club. He played intramural basketball and served on several dance committees. He was a Junior Prize Speaker and was "Frank" in the senior play. ROBERT MANELY RIPLEY "Bob" "Talking in loud tones as he strolled . . . " Bob was in the band and he ushered at several dances. CLAIRE THERESA RIVET "Tessie" "At a slow and tranquil pace . . . " Tessie belonged to the Commercial, Community Service, French, Home Economics, and Glee Clubs. She was also a Bank Day cashier, secretary to Mr. Garrahan, and she served on various dance committees. FRANCIS GEORGE XAVIER ROSEWARNE "Franny" "Make 'em laugh, make 'em cry, make 'em wait." Franny played football, baseball, and basketball, was on the track team, and belonged to the "T" Club. He was a Junior Prize Speaker, was in the Thanksgiving play, and was in the Christmas play his iunior year. Franny also sang in the Glee Club and was a stage manager for the senior play. ELIZABETH LOUISE RYDELL "Becky" 'The desire to please everything having eyes seems inborn in maidens." Becky belonged to the Home Economics, Commercial, Spanish, and Community Service Clubs. She was also a Bank Day cashier and she was on the ticket committee for the senior play. HENRY VINCENT RYS "Hen" "He was the mildest mannered man . . . " Hen belonged to the Art and Latin Clubs and he served on several dance committees. MICHAEL CHESTER SAHARCESKI "Mike" "Strong of muscle, and glib of tongue." Mike played football, basketball, and baseball, and was on the track team. He played intramural basketball and belonged to the "T" Club. He was also in the Christ- mas play his iunior year. PHYLLIS MARY SENN "Phyl" "Had tongue at will and yet was never loud." Phyl was a member of the Commercial, Community Service, and Home Economics Clubs. She was also a Bank Day cashier and she was on the ticket committee for the 'J senior play. 37 15 JOSEPH ROBERT SICARD "Bobby" "The most manifest sign of wisdom is continued cheerfulnessf' Bobby played basketball, baseball, and intramural bas- ketball. He was manager of the football team his freshman year and manager of the baseball team his sophomore year. He was also on several dance committees and he was "Jackie" in the senior play. WALTER JOHN SIERAKOSKI "Votka" "A young man who blushes is better than one who turns pale." Votka was manager of the football team his freshman year, and manager of the football and basketball teams his iunior year. MILDRED ANNA SOBOLEWSKI "Millie" "The virtue of women is often love of their reputation and their quiet." EDWARD EUGENE SLATE "Eddie" "All smiles, and bows, and courtesy was he." Eddie played football, baseball, and intramural basket- ball. He was in the Glee and "T" Clubs. He also served on several dance committees and he was an electrician for the senior play. Millie was a Pro Merito, a typist on the "Netop" and "Our Town" staffs, and Head Cashier for Bank Day. She be- longed to the Glee, Home Economics, and Commercial Clubs, ,and she was Mr. Graeber's secretary. Millie was business manager for Junior Prize Speaking and property manager for the senior play. 38 N. JEANNE ANGELINE SOCQUET Jeanie A tonic is her merry laugh Jeanie played in the band, Swingsters, and orchestra She was on the "Netop" and "Our Town" stafls, and was sec retary to Miss Williams. She was a member of the French, History, Home Economics, Latin, and Community Service Clubs. Jeanie was stage manager for the senior play. MARY JANE STEWART "A smile is ever the most bright . . . Stu was a member of the Glee, Home Economics, and Community Service Clubs. She was also on the make-up committee for the senior play. l HAROLD WILLIAM SOLOMON "Ozzie" "A better comrade 't would be hard to find." Ozzie played football, baseball, and basketball. He was in the Glee Club and he was on the ticket committee for the senior play. llstull DONALD ROGER SULLIVAN "Sully" "To be of use in the world is the only way to be happy." Sully played basketball and football for one year and intramural basketball for three years. He was in the Glee Club and an alternate for Junior Prize Speaking. He was on the "Netop" and "Our Town" staffs. Sully played the part of "Larry" in the senior play. 39 CONSTANCE GLORIA VIENS "Connie" "Music is the thing of the world that l love most." Connie was a member of the Glee and French Clubs and she served on several dance committees. Tift' f IRENE ESTELLE TAYLOR "Bouncer" "Politeness goes far, yet costs nothing." Bouncer was in the Latin and Art Clubs and she was on several dance committees . JANET FREDALINE VIVIER "Jay" "Where she met a stranger, there she left a friend." Jay was a twirler and was Drum Maiorette of our band during her senior year. She also played basketball and intramural basketball, and was a tumbler and a tumbler- ette. She was a member of the Glee, Community Service, French, and Home Economics Clubs. .lay was secretary to Miss McGilIicuddy and to Mr. Pike, and was a Bank Day cashier. She was on the costume committee for the senior play. MARILYN CLAIRE WARSAWSKI "Maisie" "Grace was in all her steps! Heaven in her eye! ln every gesture, dignity, and love." Maisie was a drummer in the band, and was on the "Netop" and "Our Town" staffs. She was Miss Porter's sec- retary and assistant to Miss Teed for the senior play. She belonged to the Art, Home Economics, Latin, French, Com- munity Service, and History Clubs. Maisie also took part in the Christmas play her senior year. 40 T2 JOHN NICHOLAS WYMAN "Brown, darkly, deeply, beautifully brown eyes." Jake played football, basketball, baseball, and intra- mural basketball. He was a member of the Art Club and he served on several dance committees. He was also in the Christmas play his freshman year and he played the part of "Bill" in the senior play. EVELYN MARY ZAK "Laugh and be merry, better the world with a song." Evie was a member of the Home Economics Club and she served on several dance committees. ANDREW PAUL ZAK ZuZu 'The word impossible is not in my dictionary." ZuZu was in the "Thanksgiving Prodigal," "The Devil and Daniel Webster," and "The Happy .Iourney." He was on the track, basketball, and baseball teams and he played intramural basketball. He was on several dance committees and he was a stage manager for the senior play. He also belonged to the Art, Latin, Spanish, and History Clubs. "Evie" 41 BOARD OF BOY MOST POPULAR Kenneth Caouette BEST LOOKING William Carlisle DONE MOST FOR CLASS Richard Hogan MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED David Hurlbut MOST FRIENDLY Kenneth Cadran CUTEST John Wyman BEST ATHLETE Michael Saharceski CLASS FLIRT Neal Kurtgis MOST DIGNIFIED John Gmyrek MOST BUSINESSLIKE Donald Sullivan BEST DRESSED Michael Saharceski MOST PLEASING PERSONALITY William Carlisle MOST COURTEOUS John Gmyrek MOST RELIABLE John Gmyrek PEPPIEST Norman Farwell MOST MUSICAL Norman Farwell BEST DANCER William Carlisle ELECTMEN GIRL MOST POPULAR Claire Prunier BEST LOOKING Marilyn Warsawski DONE MOST FOR CLASS Mary Carlisle MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Ruth Patterson MOST FRIENDLY Jeanne Socquet CUTEST Gladys Damon BEST ATHLETE Janet Viver CLASS FLIRT Virginia Banash MOST DIGNIFIED Joyce LaRoche MOST BUSINESSLIKE Mildred Sobolewski BEST DRESSED Marilyn Warsawski MOST PLEASING PERSONALITY Constance Viens MOST COURTEOUS Joyce LaRoche MOST RELIABLE Mildred Sobolewski PEPPIEST Barbara Carignan MOST MUSICAL Claire Prunier BEST DANCER Shirley Baron Z' f 41, Scene II . 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Wyman, Robert Sicard, Helen Molongoski, Shirley Eddy, Francis Rosewarne, Barbara Carignan, Constance Vien Caouette, James Dale, Beverly Jackson, Eleanor Pine Joyce LaRoche PAGE 44- John 51 Kathleen Leonard, Eileen Frawley, Edward Slate, Edna Gallant, William Reum, Constance Maclntyre, Lorraine Campbell, PAGE 45: Jean Gralenski, Joyce Crossman, Kathleen Laramie, Edward Hughes, Richard Graves, Jean Descoteaux, David Maddern, Robert Letourneau, Joan Lowell, Howard Greene, David Hurlbut, Janet Gelinas, June Demars, Hen- rietta Guminak, Richard Podlenski, Gladys Damon, Mildred Sobolewski. PAGE 46: Shirley Baron, Henry Rys, Norman Farwell, Jeanne Socquet, Claire Prunier, Frances Chappell, June George, Andrew Zak, Irene Olchowski, Richard H K h I . . . . . ogan, ennet Cadran. PAGE 47. Marilyn Warsawskl, Mary Jane Stewart, Virginia Banash, Montague Boys, Dolores Porlier, Beverly Gaimari, Edward Milewski, Barbara Foster, Jackie Guilbault, Dorothy Letourneau. 47 f' NAME Banash, Virginia Baron, Shirley Beniamin, Harold Bialecki, Herman Bialecki, Walter Brown Dorothy Brzozowy, Robert Burke, Donald Cadran, Kenneth Campbell, Esther Caouette, Kenneth Carignan, Barbara Carlisle, Mary Carlisle, William Casey, John Chappell, Frances Crossman, Joyce Cybulski, Robert Czarnecki, Natalie Dale, James Damon, Gladys DeGraffe, James Demars, June Descoteaux, Jean Eddy, Shirley Farwell, Norman Foster, Barbara Francus, William Frawley, Eileen Gaimari, Beverly Gallant, Edna N Gut? eww we like fe lvowzv the fncfs HBGUE eueaqeeoq PET PEEVE Homer Pidgeon my mother's gum show ofis Yankees "Nuts" reckless drivers homework icy roads W. H. A. I. "Terrible Terrible" quiet Mike waiting Mel Allen Zuzu crooked cue sticks homework Liz Taylor homework 7:00 A.M. bumming home surprise quizzes walking homework getting up the "Wildcats" card players teasing girls J. G. Mancha E. P.? HERO Wayne Big Boy Baker Rex Ted Williams Stan Musial Earle "How about thatI" II SAYING "hmm?" "Dat's awful" "W hat?" llHuh?ll oop-dee-do" Limp Naida "Woe Babyl" Guess who? "What are you, a cop?' Jeanne "Mama mial" Alan Ladd "Aw Mom, it isn't late" Mary Jane "Who cares? I don'tl" Scott "padiddle" N. M. N. "How about thatl" Lois "Oh Yeh?" Leete "Take it easyI" Nick Barone "sorta" Dimples "Ohhhhl" Fearless "WellI" Eddie "l'm a no goen to say" Roy Campanella "Ah-take life easy!" "Lits" "Gollyl" Vickie "Hi ya Babel" ? "Gollyl" Glen Ford "Oh nal" "Skeezie" "l don't knowl" Clem "W hat a wheell" Fudge "Let's go!" Pat "Welll" Jerry Lewis "l'm going on a dietl" Chuck "Darnt 't" Joe "Ain't that awfull" f NAME Gelinas, Janet George, June Gmyrek, John Godin, Raymond Gralenski, Jean Graves, Richard Greene, Howard Guilbault, Jacqueline Guminak, Henrietta Hahn, Patricia Hogan, Richard Housman, Roy Hughes, Edward Hurlbut, David Jackson, Beverly Kortz, Celia Kurtgis, Neal Laramie, Kathleen LaRoche, Joyce Leete, Howard Lehman, William Leonard, Kathleen Letourneau, Dorothy Letourneau, Robert Lowell, Joan Maclntyre, Constance Maddern, David Milewski, Edward Molongoski, Helen Olchowski, Irene N Gui? dwtv we like fo lvowzv the fncfs Aeouf euenqseoq PET PEEVE public speaking afternoon sessions noisy people at a concert getting up "swell" people French notebook "Ace" waiting show offs Physics women drivers .lake Wyman wrong answers A8.P customers J. G. "Finky" walking uphill "Bristol" Physics card playing slow drivers short skirts Arthur Godfrey stubborness homework Junior Louis girls who smoke getting in early nights Monday mornings B HERO Mighty Mouse Adam SAYING "Me too" "Oh Geepers!" "Que bubo por esol" "Oh heah, no kidding You've gotta take it serious Beethoven "Gus oh catfish!" Burt Lancaster "Come onl" Dream Boy "TskI Tsk!" Ted Williams "ShockingI" Crousie "Well I don't know" "Pat" "See ya later" J. K. "Ain't that duckyl" "Red" S. "You're crazyI" Orson Welles "lt's the truth" Clark Gable "Nice going" Einstein I know" Lucy Squash James "You know it, too" Bugs Bunny "Golly" Mr. Galvin "Hi" Pete Get you" Charlie "Ohl you think so?" AI Jolson "Rowdy Dow" Mr. Galvin "So what" Maisie "Okay" Tommy "Oh yal" Gladys Joe DiMaggio "How about that?" Fred "Zing Zing" Chopin "Now reallyI" Jumbo Housman " J. S. "Jeepers Kiddol" Stan "Gee whiz" f N Gut? dwtv we like fe lvewrv fha fncfs Aeouf euenqsooq NAME Olson, Larraine Palmer, Myrtle Parzych, Louis Patterson, Ruth Pine, Eleanor Podlenski, Richard Porlier, Dolores Prunier, Claire Reum, William Ripley, Robert, Jr. Rivet, Claire Rosewarne, Francis Rydell, Elizabeth Rys, Henry Saharceski, Michael Senn, Phyllis Sicard, Joseph Sierakoski, Walter Slate, Edward Sobolewski, Mildred Socquet, Jeanne Solomon, Harold Stewart, Mary Jane Sullivan, Donald Taylor, Irene Viens, Constance Vivier, Janet Warsawski, Marilyn Wyman, John Zak, Andrew Zak, Evelyn PET PEEVE sitting still climbing hills Maddern Physics rudeness sister commercials Jeanne Socquet skiers people making fun of others black and blue marks catty people W. S. Couture crooked cue sticks H. M. homework Doc homework Tuesdays Claire Prunier Mic's girl chewing gum B. T. O.'s Colrain meddling neighbors soap operas Betty iealous hearts mad dogs sweet William P. B. 50 HERO Rabbit Bugs Bunny Barroom Jackie Timmy Graz Ralph Kiner Don Clem Mr. Garranhan Alan Betty Buzz Hopalong Cassidy Jake Wyman Marlon "Votka" Doc Blanchard "Lits" C. W. Ted Williams Jane Russell Mickey Skipper Frenchmen B. O. Plenty Don My silent love E. B. Charlie G. Ted "Ya, but" H ll ll "Oh, heckl" II ll ll Il ll II ll II ll ll ll ll SAYING Gosh" I don't know" Oh, no!" I don't believe it" "What a beaut" "Oh tooey" "Who me?" I'm not in charge." Oh, sugarl" No kidding" Honest?" Holy cow" Well, I mean." llYeall llLe'ls gon "C'mon Bob" II How's it going?" For crying out loud" How about that?" Well, I'll mean" You're a wise kid" Ilstep upll "Midnight's my deadl Il You know it, too" Gee whiz" Stop this foolishness' Hi, handsome" Go fly a kite" IIGOHYII CLASS WILL We, the Senior Class of nineteen hundred and fifty-one, having arrived at the end of our pleasant lthough sometimes roughl journey through T.F.H.S and who are about to pass on into new and unexplored territory, do hereby draw up and publish our last will and testament. To the entire faculty we leave our heartfelt appreciation for all they have done and have tried to do for us. We realize the extent of your efforts and are grateful for your guidance. To Miss Teed we leave the present Junior Class. May they rest in peace!! To balance this poor offering we also leave Miss Teed a diamond-studded, platinum applause meter in the auditorium. To Miss Reum we leave a broken heart lbroken, of course, because the Class of '51 has departedl, and an atomic stove with an electronic turkey roaster. Also, radar for finding rings lost in the dressing. Virginia Banash leaves her fiirting technique to any Junior girl who can get away with it as smoothly. Shirley Baron leaves her whole collection of iokes, contained in three large trunks and two small suitcases, to "Dynamite" Councilman, who must carry them away all at once. Jake Wyman and Jocko Casey leave with sincere regrets as they sprint out the front door. 51 Mary Carlisle and Eileen Frawley leave the "Rexall" to anyone who wants to pay 15 cents for a Black Kow. Bev and Jimmy, Stu and Mickey, leave their skill in going steady to Buddy and Nancy, Jinx and Mary. Bill Carlisle and Neal Kurtgis leave a book entitled "Women! We Love 'em All!" to "Hacksaw" Beaubien and Dicky Newton. Mike Saharceski leaves his sunrise socks to "Ernie" Houle. Don't wear they too long at one time, "Ernie", if you don't want sunburned feetl "Pod" leaves Mr. Garrahan his autobiography printed in Chinese to read while relaxing. Myrna Strange leaves Phyllis Menter her driving license that she bought in Woolworth's. .lune George leaves her career as soloist in the Girls' Glee Club to Rhea Shulda. David Hurlbut and Don Burke leave their seats in physics very, very quietly. "Mousie" Cadran leaves his tuba and bass viol to civilization. Helen Molongoski leaves a record of "Susha" to "Tito" Kozloski. "Ozzie" Solomon leaves his serious disposition to Dicky Newton and a mirror to practice making faces in. The Senior members of the band leave the band to what's left of the band after they leave the band. 52 Eddy Slate leaves a record of his voice reciting the Lord's Prayer and Salute to the Flag to Miss Williams. The Millers Falls gang leave Millers Falls much quieter and neater. "Doc" Mileski leaves Patty Tranowski but he's fighting every step of the way. Kathleen Leonard and Marilyn Warsawski leave their ability to run up and down the corridors all day to Marilyn Reum and Joyce Roth. "Bruclger" Bialecki leaves his all A's report card to Eugene Soika. Miss Lindsay's Review Math Class leaves her another bowljng ball. Joyce LaRoche's lady-like manners are left to Shirley Kozik. Bobby Sicard's skill in fixing things Csuch a rehearsal couchesl is left to Freddy Lyman. Dolores Porlier leaves her silence to DeeDee Lenois. Our class leaves their respect and loyalty forever to T.F.H.S. Wilnessed by - Signed - Eileen Frawley President - Kenneth Caouette Beverly Jackson Vice-President - James Dale Mary Carlisle 53 Class 50117, 19.57. Norman f2ru1ell Davin! ffoddern J,EIJ,IJ.IeL.LJ fir-I J JIJJJ JI Esn- fy - am- sluf fo Me In-lun: Di- w - ded jbfls fo you um' me Where "1L'J.,IJlJJJI'LJ- .-fn.-"I-IV.IJJ:I Afapf - 0171 Ern- er mah fms fyhf-mg .sfamf Wien: fic Juaf- er fum-ble: J J J J' J I I J I wffi- fy an id jour' iy lg it 4947, -J'MefU-Qfrzlgiair fffe J J r J J I J. bas! .rrfgoof fb fffe fam! IJ J I J I I 0 fum-zrsh, -Jo bra you, -JAQ ik fo ri -All - bi. 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A 'V' '2,:'QQm N' 211 A' nn-rw H255 if 2, - EQ, ii Q Q 3 fig, Q 3 fix 9 ' - , - Q . 5 ,Q-:fx xi: if 1 , Q. 4-Ixzygii I 'ii ,N " K r ,' 'T .lr 15 v. , Cost in Action CH EAPER BY THE DOZ ...W-Q-mf,-........... E' Q-is? V 'Y .w.n,w,w'9NYumudm.g,.xwwX.. K , .. ,K km ii The Cast 1 TQ!-1 if Q nur' -'wrwili ,Mfg A ,', , , will 5 1 P! 53 5 OQYVIQ 9 Junior Prize Speakers 7- OO Pro Merito I Q' 2.1 N Y? 14? Y' ' ,, W A :KZ -rg 5. 4? Q 'W 5' K Y f fb 'Q if Q 0 7 Q ' W Wu , 1 Q ' X' A W..-y...,fMf ww 'N' 4Qg, N . 1,, .4 1-sf , -' M U Lp g Y ,gg 3 W A K Q' if ,fag ' 1 X ' fb,1 k 2, iff wg Q3 'V Q Office Girls I .gi z gag 4 K x - 1.-wr -IJ: ., Nw. fvrffq 1 Home Economics Club 63 Community Service Club French Clu 3 S THE BAND THE SWINGSTER 65 The Ghh' CHee Club The Boy! CHee C Q i 5 xg, xi kg JN? , yy J + I 5 J I REMEMBER, I REMEMBER l remember, I remember - Oh so clearly that first day When I started towards knowledge In a fearless sort of way. Like lost sheep we roamed and wandered Shy and full of Hope was I. We strove to show the importance Of our class at Turners High. I remember, I remember - Days of homework, sweat and strife. I, with all those Latin phrases, Could not translate for my life. Even though it all seemed hopeless, We can think back now and smile. 'Twas no picnic I can tell you, Gaining knowledge all the while. Connie "Mac" had won prize speaking Dickie Graves in Senior Play. There were other real good actors - Jackie was there all the way. I remember, I remember - How we'd cheer for Turners High On to glory we'd encourage Every player who would try. Mickey Caouette with a football, Lively H. G. on the track. There were many, many heroes - Guys who brought our trophies back. I remember, I remember. How could I forget? 69 fl Lgfflicffy HMM ffufwe N CAFETERIA AT RECESS Q, NY nlfg,:5L ' Q w Y i Q ,,,, 3 525 MW 1 ??5ffi 5 , 1 f B f . . me 'N Q . , PS2 f. 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Although this was Tim Graeber's debut as basketball mentor, the team started fast annexing victories in its first two encounters before dropping a decision to the Alumni. The Indians garnered the upset of the Valley League when they conquered the crack Chicopee quintet. Our varsity was composed of: Captain Edward "Doc" Milewski, who was high scorer, Mike Saharceski, a staunch, aggressive guard, Don Burke, tall forward with a terrific eye, "Ozzie" Solomon, versatile team man, and Paul Conway, small, agile forward, Dick Newton, our toll pivot man, "Coach" Care, team playmaker, and Chet Koscinski, our die- hard utility man. Even though the team didn't burn up the league, they surprised a lot of folks by bettering last year's record. w fc 1 'ax fa lk s ,A.,L41, Nr .N A 4 .eifiifgfiigw lfx ' i 1 Yfigiib Q 'N ' Wi , 1-3 x E .ws W Q R Q mi . , 3 ., , Tk? K ig .QTA ' I A .f . . I N L .vi ,, Q.. i T lx g iffgg A xv ' f ' xi: 1 4 fm f ,fhxi b my: F., A X v :gs Q -'v QF? Q. 1 X KTM . 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