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

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,ffl rv rm 555 QMQM WWA' W EP X QA7 'IE 6l4fL0ti6.4 CVM1z?ym or ef When "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay?" Damase as our lover -? Ernie's fifty pumpkins? Miss Teed dancing the polka? Those tears after the Thanksgiving Game? Netop meetings and those delicious cakes? That memorable trip to the Skinner Museum? The New England Festival at Rutland? Perpetual motion DeDee? Janice Clark's water-wings CWhat a nightb? The Thanksgiving Pirates? Henry Madden's forty winks in History class? The "Mile of Pennies"? Our seafaring junior Prom? "Our Director" - Bob LeVitre? That first talk in Public Speaking class? Senior English? Band trips to football games? "Zino" tackling the big ones? Those typing records? Hacksaw's dexterity on crutches? Tito singing "Sound Off"? That first Greenfield-Turners Falls Basketball game? And most of all that spectacular and stirring second night of Senior Play - Audience, stage crew, and actors - one heart, one mind, one soul - and all for the Class of '52? 2 FLT Marilyn Kelly David Beaubien Elizabeth Galvin Dorothy Hayde Elizabeth Keough Raymond Paulin Gerald Collins David Carlisle Janice Clark Rosemarie Lenois zeciom ea za give ii W H if FACULTY ADVISOR Miss Alice Teed EDITORS Patricia Siwizki ART EDITOR Elinor McClary BUSINESS MANAGERS STAFF SPORTS STAFF Marguerite Squires BUSINESS ASSISTANTS Marilyn Reum TYPISTS Regina Kosewicz Phyllis Menter Robert LeVitte Shirley Kozik Carolyn Hawley Phyllis Kaminski Alice Tibbetts Fred Lyman Anne Pelletier Ann Marie Charron Elizabeth Sopollec 66ZljCdfl:0lfL To a man, who you remember introduced many of us into the mystifying worlds of biology during our Freshman yearg A man whose wise words quickened many minds And whose clever quips and apropos references enlivened innumerable class periodsg A man who has been a friend to everyone, Taking an active interest in all our activities, giving friendly advice and encouragement - - - We, the class of Fifty-two, sincerely dedicate This, our yearbook, to you, MR. RICHARD PUTNAM 5 MR. ARTHUR E. BURKE Here's to you, our guide and friend Always ready, your help to lend. No doubt we all will travel far But no matter where we are The grateful class of '52 Will cherish kindly, thoughts of you. 6 ll? llfffilifelifgd WCltl1Ci!96l MR. GEORGE F. WRIGHTSON The Class of '52 will always remember you, Mr. Wrightson, for your deep understanding, kind guidance and above all for those qualities which might have inspired Newman to write: "It is almost a definition of a gentle- man to say he is one who never inflicts pain." 7 TO OUR ADVISOR AND FAITHFUL FRIEND FOR THESE PAS'IQ FOUR YEARS FLORENCE E. PORTER We, the Class of 1952 Extend our deepest appreciation to you For your untiring efforts and sympathetic understanding. QW Ulflvzm Nor shall we forget the endless patience with which you handled our trials and tribulations. But, above all, will be remembered your kindly word and cheerful smile which made the impossible a reality. 8 MP-H ,fl MWA? 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I fx X W ,X ,m,3,, paw: .Av . www-fzvx y A my Tm X .V M.. w, ,,,- 'N MW X X ' 4 if , aw my 'S WA 1' 2, V JM.. ,. V, X + ' -NN x kmggigw 'dx H I ' X D ' vw' F' ml . X ' ' W :N wv 1 ww ,-,X ,kzq M, .Q 1 . xi YQ W M. .W X. .. A. .R QW Y W 'Y ' ,NW "NR-fx tix N-fy Y QQ gm ik ' .- . , W Fvxxlvxvx is +haToRcz oi Lifva KW' We .Y NHHJM 41 xg' ,Zi M 1 41. ff If J ' . X J X 3 f Cxn S5 Coxoms - qkean omA.x.JrxxX1. Qxlxisqvxowiik- C.Es9dN0u5Yiox'x DAVID JAMES BEAUBIEN "Hacksaw" "The will to do, the .foul Io dare." First on our list of the Class of '52 is everybody's friend, Hacksaw, our president. He played football for two years and was a member of the French and Latin Clubs. He did an excellent job as business manager on the "Netop" and yearbook staffs. He also played "johnny Drake" in the Columbus Day play and portray- ed the dashing "Monsieur de La Croix" in the senior play. SHIRLEY KOZIK "Shirl" "Her mode!! manner and kind hear! Will put ber on to a good Mart." Shirl was our capable class treas- urer, efiiciently handling not only the numerous class accounts for three years but acting as business manager for junior Prize Speaking. She served on the "Netop" and year- book staffs, and was also a member of the French, Art, and Glee Clubs, being secretary of the latter during her senior year. Shirley was an as- sistant coach for senior play, chair- man of the Columbus Day produc- tion, "His First Dress Suit," and ushered at the junior Prom, Sopho- mm- c,,,.:,.i -..J r:---i....a.. ua.. ROBERT WINSTON LEVITRE "Bob" "Application ir the price to be paid for mental acquirizionf' Bob, our class historian, was a member of the band for four years, being its student director his senior year. Moreover, he was a member of the Swingsters. He demonstrated his histrionic ability in the Junior Prize Speaking Contest and in the Legion Oratorical Contest. He cli- maxed both with his magnificent portrayal of Cornelius Otis Skinner in "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay." Bob was a member of the Glee Club as well as business man- ager on the "Netop"'and yearbook staffs. Bob attained the high stand- ards of Pro Merito and was award- ed the Harvard prize book his junior year. FREDERICK RIEI. "Buddy" "A carefree jolly way be bad." Buddy has been our vice-presi- dent for the past three years. He was very active in sports playing four years of football, two years of basketball, two years of baseball and for three years he was on the track team. Buddy was in the French, Art, "T", and Boys' Glee Clubs. He also ushered at the Sophomore So- cial and at the junior Prom. CAROLYN ANN HAWLEY "Carol" "We enjoy thoroughly only the pleasure: that we give." Carol, the class secretary, has shown her active interest in all school activities - by becoming a member of the Girls' Glee Club, its president her senior year, French, Art, History and the Community Service Clubs. She was on the "Ne- top" and yearbook staffs as well as one of our efficient oflice girls. Carol was in the Columbus Day play and was an able assistant to Miss Teed for senior play. She proved her knowledge of Home Economics Club while serving on various dance RALPH M. AKEY "He'J mort always fmiling and gay With a few Jeriour momentx each day." Ralph has been quite active in sports since he transferred from Greenfield High School. He played football, tennis, and varsity basketball his senior year. He was a member of the History and Boys' Glee Clubs and served as an usher at the Junior Prom. ALBERTA LOUISE AREL "Betta" "A Jmile for all, a welcome glad, A jovial coaxing way the had." Betta was a member of the Home Economics and His- tory Clubs. She also was an usher at the Sophomore Social. JOSEPHINE MARY BANASIAK ..J0ey,, "AlwayJ a helping hand to a person in trouble." joey hails from Montague and in her freshman year was a member of the Home Economics Club. She served on the refreshment committees for various dances and was a member of the Commercial Club. She also was an efficient oiiice clerk. MARGARET E. BERTRANG "Peggy" "She eateth not the bread of idleneuf' Peggy has displayed her good working ability by doing much club and committee work during her high school years. Besides being an active member of the Art, Community Ser- vice, Home Economics and Camera Clubs, she ushered and served at several dances. DAMASE CAOUETTE "junie" "A light heart live: long." Junie ably played the part of "Dick Winters" in our senior play, and "Gil Pringle" in the Thanksgiving Day Play. His senior year he was elected president of the History Club, and was a member of the French and Art Clubs. He acted as an usher at our junior Prom, and served on various other dance committees during his four years. In the sports field, junie played basketball and baseball his freshman year and played intramural basketball for three years. DAVID R. CARLISLE "Dave" "A friend if nature? marterpiecef' David played freshman basketball, baseball and also one year of varsity football. He was a member of the "T" and History Clubs and was on the "Netop" and yearbook staffs. David also served as stage manager of the senior play, was co-chairman of the decorating committee for the Junior Prom and on the decorating committee for the Sophomore Social. GEORGE ADRIAN CHAGNON "Chag" "The only way to have a friend ir to he one." Chag was a stage manager for senior play and an usher for junior Prom and the Christmas Concert. He belonged to the French, History and Glee Clubs and served on various dance committees. ANN MARIE CHARRON "Ann" "Courtesy and grace of manner are not 11eneer,'they are polirhf' Ann sang in the Girls' Glee Club and was a member of the French, Community Service, Art, Latin and History Clubs. She was on the "Netop" and yearbook staffs, secretary of the History Club, and played the part of the "Inspector" in senior play. Ann acted as chairman of the program committee for junior Prom and ushered for various class dances. She por- trayed Pepper" in the Armistice Day Play, "Homework" JANICE MARILYN CLARK "Jan" "Her face it Jweet, her form ir fair Her artirtic work ir known everywhere." Jan was one of our most active girls during her four years. She was in the French, Latin, History, Community Ser- vice Clubs and was also in the Glee Club, being a section leader her senior year. Jan ushered at the Junior Prom, was on the decorating committee and served on committees for various other dances. She was in the band, orchestra and swingsters. She played intramural basketball for four years, and was on the basketball, tumbling and softball teams. Jan was a very efficient member of the business staff for "Netop" and year- book. Jan was chosen as Girls' State Representative of 1951. She was an alternate Junior Prize Speaker and displayed her acting ability in her portrayal of "Emily" in the senior play. Besides this heavy schedule she had time to be an ollice girl for Mr. Burke and was a Pro Merito. GERALD JOHN COLLINS "Jinx" "Not rimple conquert, triumph it hir aim." Jinx was active in sports, playing football, basketball and track for three years, tennis two years and baseball one year. He sang in the Boys' Glee Club and belonged to the Art and History Clubs. He displayed his acting ability by participating in Junior Prize Speaking and portraying in the senior play. Jinx also served on various class dance committees. He also found time to be one of the sports editors on the "Netop" and yearbook staffs. PAUL EDWARD CONWAY "Gay and carefree, as everyone knowr He create: laughter wherever he goer." Paul hails from Gill and joined us during our junior year, and soon after became a member of the varsity basketball team. He was a member of the Boys' Glee Club for two years, tennis team, Art and History Clubs. Paul also served on var- ious dance committees. RICHARD EARLE COSBY "Dick" "Hi: matic expresrer that which cannot be raid." Dick was another member of our class who was active in musical organizations by belonging to the band for three yeras, orchestra and Swingsters for two years. He was one of our capable stage managers for senior play and served on var- ious class dance committees. MARTHA FRANCES COTTER "FreCkles" "Her timely rervice, like timely gift: it doubled in value." Freckles came to our Alma Mater her senior year from Methuen High School. Despite this fact she became an active member of the French Club and an amateur photographer in the Camera Club. She also lent invaluable assistance on various committees of the senior play. PATRICIA ANN CRAY "Pat" "Wit it the Jalt of convenationf' Most of Pat's time has been taken up in various clubs. She belonged to the History, Girls' Glee, Commercial, and Home Economics Clubs. She was one of our busy oflice girls for two years and served on many class committees. JOAN IRENE CYHOWSKI Joanie "To have the qualitier of an artirt ir A gift from heaven." Joanie was a member of the Art Club for four years, being secretary as a junior and vice-president her senior year. She also belonged to the Home Economics and Commercial Clubs and was a Bank Day cashier. joanie was on the art committees for the Sophomore Social and junior Prom and was on the make-up committee for the senior play. ETHEL MAY ENGLEHARD "True friemltlaip glirtem and glow! Like a diamond." Our quiet, persevering Ethel has been a member of the Community Service, Home Economics and Commercial Clubsg was a bank day cashier and secretary to Mr. Putnam. She also served on refreshment committees for various dances, and was on the costume committee for the senior play. EDITH MAY FISKE "Edie" "Her air, her manner, All who raw admired." Edie is greatly interested in music, having been a member of the band and orchestra for four years. She was also a mem- ber of the Art and Home Economic Clubs. She served as a property manager for senior play and was on several dance committees. SHIRLEY ANN GALLANT "chippy" "Her life was generou: Filled to the hrim with friendrhipf' Chippy was one of those snappy cheerleaders for three years and became captain her senior year. She was chairman of the Thanksgiving Day Play and portrayed "Therese" in the senior play. Chippy was active in various clubs including French, History, Community Service and secretary for both the Home Economics and Commercial Clubs. She was an office clerk, bank day cashier and secretary to Miss Reum. Chippy was a tumbler for two years and played intramural basketball besides ushering at the Freshman Hop and Variety Show. ELIZABETH ANNE GALVIN "Betsey" "Born with the gift of laughter" Our lively Betsey has been very active in extra-curricular activities. She has taken part in band, orchestra and Junior Prize Speaking, as well as the Community Service, French, His- tory, Latin and Art Clubs. She is a member of the Pro Merito Society and the "Netop" and yearbook staffs, and ushered for the junior Prom. She hilariously portrayed Madame Elise in "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay." JAMES HERBERT GAMLIN "Herbie" "There ir honesty, manhood and good fellowrhip in him." 1 Herbie was a .quiet boy who didn't have a great deal of time for school activities, but did usher at the Junior Prom. Qi WILLIAM C. GAY "Billy" "Hi: laugh ir jun like rumbine Il frerbem all the day." Billy played football for four years being our powerful left guard on the varsity team. He played one year of basket- ball and baseball besides intramurals for three years. RAYMOND KEMEI. GEORGE "Zinc" "God doe: not mearure men by incherf' Zino was right guard of the football squad and made All Western-Mass. second team his senior year. He was a mem- ber of the track team for two years and pla ed intramural basketball. Zino also belonged to the "T" Club. ELIZABETH GILLETTE Betty "I-Iappinerr ir in ber every action." Betty was one of the eflicient girls in Mr. Burke's omce her senior year. She was in the band for one year. Betty de- signed the cover for the Junior Prom dance program and was in the Art Club for one year. JOYCE ANN GUILBAULT "Ioyour are the bury ...... " Joyce as a twirler was one of our snappiest steppers for three years and was a lieutenant in her senior year. She was a member of the Home Economics, History, Commercial and Community Service Clubs. In het freshman year she played intramural basketball. Joyce was on the decorating committee and ushered for the Sophomore Social. She was chairman of the ticket committee and ushered for the Junior Prom. In business activities Joyce was business manager for the senior play, assistant bank cashier and secretary to Miss Potter. DOROTHY JANE HAYDE "Dottie" "A merry heart maketh A cheerful countenance." Dottie has been very active in clubs, being a member of the Art, History and Girls' Glee Clubs as well as serving on the "Netop" and yearbook staffs. She was also a "J V" cheer- leader, co-captain her junior year and a member of the varsity squad for part of her senior year. She ushered for several class dances and for the Class Day and Graduation Exercises of '51. Despite all these activities, Dotty served on the make-up com- mittee for senior play and attained the high rating of Pro Merito. GERALD CHARLES HICKS "Bill" "PoliteneJr ir :mall price to pay for the good will and ajection of people." Bill hasn't had very much time, during his four years at Alma Mater, to take part in extra-curricular activities. During his senior year, however, he was a member of the decorating committee for the Freshman Hop. ERNEST FRANKLIN HOULE "Ernie" "Initiative ir doing the right thing without being told." Ernie played basketball during his freshman year and track, his junior year. He was on the Sophomore Social com- mittee and in the History Club for two years. Ernie ably as- sisted Miss Teed with her productions this year and for co- operating so wonderfully with the "Netop" he was made an honorary member. DOROTHY MAY JOHNSON "chicky" "She': eary to look at." Dorothy was a girl who didn't have a great deal of time for school activities but, for one year did blend her voice with the Girls' Glee Club. PHYLLIS S. KAMINSKI "Philly" "Our worth if determined by the good deedr we do." Philly was on the news staff of "Netop" and yearbook and belonged to the Girls' Glee Club, being a section leader her senior year. Philly also was a member of the Community Service, Home Economics and Art Clubs. She ushered at the Freshman Hop and was on the refreshment committee for Junior Prom. MARILYN HELEN KELLY "How all ber care war but to be fair, And all her tarkr to be rweetf' Marilyn has been active in musical organizations being a member for three years of the band, orchestra and Girls' Glee Club. In her senior year Marilyn was a cheerleader. She was one of the co-editors on the "Netop" and yearbook. She was chairman of the Armistice Day play and in the senior play portrayed the part of the young English girl, Winifred. Mari- lyn designed the decorations for the junior Prom and served as co-chairman besides ushering for that social event. French, Latin, Art, History and Community Service Clubs were also on her agenda. During her junior year she ushered at Class Day and at Graduation. To top all these activities Marilyn was a member of the Pro Merito Society. Freshman Hop. play. ELIZABETH ANN KEOUGH Bette "Petit in rize great in mind A tweeter girl youll never nd Bette has been a very active student her four years being in the French, History Community Service Art Latin and Girls' Glee Clubs. During her senior year Bette was on the "Netop" and yearbook staffs was one of the energetic stage managers for the Columbus Day Play enacted the role of "Helen" in the play "Homework and was the Stewardess in the seniors' presentation of Our Hearts Were Young and Gay." In addition she ushered at the unior Prom and Sopho more Social, was chairman of the reception committee for junior Prom, and served on the refreshment committee for the BERNARD JOHN KOBERA Bernie "A little nonsense now and then It relirlred by the wirert men Bernie played football basketball baseball and was on the track team. He plaved intramural basketball and belonged wwf to the History and Boys Glee Clubs Bernie served on various dance committees and was one of the stage managers for senior one year of basketball MARY HELEN KOSCIN SKI "Mancha" "Full of life, and full of fun And 4 better friend there'J none." Mancha was one of our most capable basketball players for four years and belonged to the Home Economics, Commer- cial, Community Service and Glee Clubs. She was Mrs. Reidy's secretary, a Bank Day cashier and played intramural basketball. Mancha was on the costume committee for senior play and ably assisted on various dance committees. REGINA JULIA KOSEWICZ "Rexie" "She'r very pleasant, but Jo thy, But in the future rhe'll climb high." Rexie was a very active student in our commercial depart- ment. She belonged to the Commercial Club and was one of our energetic Bank Day cashiers. Rexie was secretary to Mr. Garrahan and was a typist on the "Netop" and yearbook staEs. She helped as a property manager for senior play and served on various dance committees. JOAN MARY KOCH Cookie "Her way: are wayr of plearantnerr and all her pathr are peace Cookie was a twirler and Drum Mayorette her senior year She belonged to the French Art and Glee Clubs and was one of our busy ollice girls Cookie ushered at our class dances and at Graduation Exercises last year She also served on the make up committee for the senior play CHESTER FRANK KOSCIN SKI Chet "No greater hero than he who conquer: hzmrel Chet was an active and able member of our football squad for three years. He was a member of the track team and played HENRY ANTHONY KOZLOSKI "Tito" "He war not merely a chip of the Block, but the old Bloch itrelf." Tito is our sportsrnan and songster. He participated in football, baseball, track and basketball, as well as being a mem- ber of the "T", History and Boys' Glee Clubs. He also ushered for the Sophomore and Freshman dances, and was a stage man- ager for the senior play. STANLEY KRAUZ "Stachu" "He fed hir :pirit with the bread of bookr and :lacked hir thirrt at all the well: of thought." Stanley came to this country four years ago from Ger- many, joining us during the Junior year. He immediately astonished all with his knowledge and use of our language, as well as with his mastery of many others, including French. Although Stachu worked late each afternoon, he still found time to participate in French Club his senior year. LOUISE JAN ET KRUSIEWSKI "lf silence is golden, I've a friend a millionaire." Louise belonged to the Home Economics, Commercial and Community Service Clubs. She was a Bank Day cashier and secretary to Mr. Galvin. Louise also worked in Miss Kelly's oiiice during her sophomore year. JAMES NORMAN LEMOINE "Jimmy" "Direct not him, whore way himrelf will choore." jimmy was one of our tennis stars, continually noticed on the court for the past two years. He also was an usher for the Sophomore Social. FREDERICK JOSEPH LYMAN "His limb! were cat t in manly mold For hardy :porn or context: bold." Freddy played hard clean football for four years and be- came captain his senior year. He played freshman and intra- mural basketball, was a member of the track team and managed the freshman and varsity baseball squad his junior year. A member of the "T" Club, "Netop" and yearbook staffs, Freddy also played the "Purser" in the senior play. He ushered at the Junior Prom and at various other dances. HENRY JOSEPH MADDEN "He if a gentleman became hir nature if hind and ajfahle to every creature." Maddie was a valuable player on the basketball team for four years, baseball three years, track two years and football one year. He also served as a coat checker for the Sophomore Social and junior Prom. 1 I ALAN LENOIS "Ammo" "StholarJ are men of peace." Ammo was one of our fine clarinetists in the band and Swingsters. He was an usher for the Sophomore Social and also attained the rating of Pro Merito for four years. ROSEMARIE ANNE LENOIS "Deedee" "Her talk war like a rtream which runr With rapid change from rock to roJeJ." Deedee played the clarinet in the band for four years and in the orchestra for two. She belonged to the Girls' Glee Club for three years and became librarian her senior year. Deedee was activein the Home Economics, Community Service, His- tory and Commercial Clubs. In the Columbus Day play she portrayed Betty Harding and was an assistant director and on the make-up committee for senior play. She was Mr. Connelly's efficient secretary, bank day cashier and a member of the "Netop" and yearbook staffs. "Freddy" "Maddie" STANLEY WALTER MARKOL "Muscles" "A good heart ir better than all the headr in the world." Muscles worked every afternoon and therefore did not have much time for extra-curricular activities. He played bas- ketball and football his freshman year. Stanley played intra- mural basketball, and was on the Sophomore Social committee and ushered at the Freshman Hop his senior year. MARY ANN MARLOWE "Marianne" "AJ free ar a leaf in the hreeze." Marianne was quite active throughout her high school career. She participated in the Glee, Art, Community Service and History Clubs. She played basketball and softball, was a "j V" cheerleader for two years, and varsity cheerleader the latter part of her senior year and a tumbler. Marianne was one of the efiicient property managers for senior play. She also served on the decorating committee for junior Prom and the Sophomore Social. ELINOR ROSE MCCLARY "Her good tarte tr the flower of good renre Elinor has been rather an active girl during her four years. Shewarbled for the Glee Club for two years and was a band member for three years. She displayed her business ability as head cashier for Bank Day, secretary to Miss Argy, business manager for junior Prize Speaking and vice-president of the Commercial Club. Elinor ushered at the Class Day and Gradu- ation Exercises of '51. Moreover, she was a staff member on the "Netop" and art editor of the yearbook as well as a mem- ber of the History, French, Latin, Art and Community Service Clubs. Elinor also served on various dance committees. To top all these activities Elinor is a Pro Merito. PHYLLIS CLAIRE MENTER "Phil" "Her thinking if the talking of the foul itrelff' Phyllis was a co-editor of "Netop" and yearbook as well as being a member of the Art, Latin and Girls' Glee Clubs and secretary of the French Club. Phil was one of our snappy twirlers and served as Captain her senior year. She placed second in Junior Prize Speaking and participated in the Ameri- can Legion Oratorical Contest. Phil ably portrayed "Cornelia Otis Skinner" in our senior play and took part in the Christ- mas plays her sophomore and junior years. She served on the decorating committees for several class dances, ushered for Class Day and Graduation and also achieved the high rating of Pro Merito. MIECZYSLAW STANLEY MIECZKOWSKI "Mitch" "The one who rarely Jpeakr if alwayr lirtened to." Mitch was one of the most industrious students of our class working long hours before and after school and still find- ing time to attain Pro Merito ratings in all subjects. Mitch was a member of the Art Club and French Club, being treas- urer of "Le Circle Francais" during his junior year. Mitch's humorous portrayal of "Mr. Belvedere" in Junior Prize Speak- ing will long be remembered. GEORGE FRANCIS MOMANEY "Hi: good company in a journey maker the way to reem shorter." George was a member of the basketball team his junior year and played intramural basketball for four years. He also warbled in the Glee Club his junior year. Moreover he was a member of the History Club and served on the decorating com- mittees for the class dances. He added to the successful pro- duction of the senior play by being an efficient business manager. PRISCILLA MULLINS "Merit if wortbier than fame." Priscilla was a member of the Community Service, Home Economics, French and History Clubs. She was secretary to Miss Teed and Miss Purrington and a Bank Day cashier. Pris- cilla was a Junior Prize Speaker, and a "J V" cheerleader her sophomore year. She was a property manager for senior play. ADELARD NADEAU "Junior" "Alwayr a :mile on lair face No one could take his place." junior was a member of the French Club for two years and played intramural basketball throughout his high school days. During his freshman year he played basketball and base- ball. junior also served on the refreshment committee for the Sophomore Social. JOYCE ANN NADEAU "saucy" "Beauty may charm the eye But it if merit, that win: the heart." Saucy's interest was centered chiefly around the commer- cial department as she was secretary to Miss Crean, cashier for the cafeteria department and for bank day. She was a mem- ber of the Home Economics, Camera, and Girls' Glee Clubs and served on various dance committees. Moreover, Saucy was one of our high stepping twirlers in the band. NICHOLAS MICHAEL NELSON "Nickie" "He that ir of a merry heart hath a continual feartf' Nickie was the humorous "Window Cleaner" in senior play. He was a member of the French, Art, History and Glee Clubs. Nickie was on the football squad his freshman year and ushered at the Sophomore Social. NORMA LEE NEWTON "Nonnie" "She deserves Paradise who maker her companionr laugh." Nonnie was a member of the Home Economics Club and served on various dance committees. RICHARD NEWTON "Dicker" "A little nonreme now and then can do little harm." Dick was active in sports playing football for four years, basketball three years and baseball two years. He was also a member of the track team for three years. Dick was in the History and Boys' Glee Clubs. He has ushered at all class dances and was stage manager for the senior play. JEANNETTE THERESA PAULIN "Thou hart the patience and the faith." Jeannette was active in the French Club for three years becoming president her senior year. She was a member of the band for three years, belonged to the Art and Community Service Clubs, and also ushered at the Sophomore Social. Jeannette was on the make-up committee for senior play. RAYMOND JOSEPH PAULIN "Ray" "He liver to build, not to hoartf' Raymond was active in musical organizations as he was a member of the band for four years, Boys' Glee Club for two years and orchestra for three years. He was a member of the "Netop" and yearbook staff. Ray was a student photographer and president of the Camera Club. He appeared in the play "Homework" and was an alternate for Junior Prize Speaking. As an electrician Ray helped on the senior play. He belonged to the History Club and was president of the Shop Club. Ray- mond ushered forthe Freshman Hop and was coat checker for the Sophomore Social besides serving on the decorating com- mittee for the Junior Prom. ROBERT JOSEPH PAULIN "Bob" "Of .foul rincere, in action faithful, and in honor clear." Bob played football, and baseball his freshman year and took part in intramural basketball for four years. He was a member of the French and Boys' Glee Clubs. Bob also served on various dance committees. THERESA PEARL PAULIN "Wire to rexolve, and patient to perform." Theresa was very active in the business field by being secretary to Miss DesOrmeaux and assistant secretary to Mr. Burke. She was a bank day cashier and belonged to the Home Economics Club. Theresa served on the refreshment committee for the Junior Prom and on the costume committee for senior play. ANNE LUCILLE PELLETIER "Annie" "Her friend: - there are many. Her foer - are there any?" Anne was a member of the Glee Club for three years, French, Art, Latin, History and Community Service Clubs. She served as an usher for junior Prom and the Sophomore Social. Anne was a member of the yearbook staff and the "Net0p." In the senior play she played the part of Mrs. Skinner and portrayed Mrs. Barton in the one act play "Double Date." JEAN CATHERINE PETRUSKI "Jeannie" "In silence may virtuer lie." Jeannie belonged to the History Club and was one of the property managers for the senior play. ff' 5 ALPHONSE ALBERT GEORGE PLAZA "Al" "Tir good-will maker intelligence." Al has had a varied record at Alma Mater. He played baseball for one year and was a member of the Art and His- tory Clubs. He was an alternate for junior Prize Speaking, and also took part in the one act play, "Homework" The aristocratic admiral in the senior play was none other than our Al. He also served on several dance committees. NOREEN CLAIRE POWERS "Sincerity ir not art, it is heart." Noreen was another member of the Home Economics Club her freshman year. She also belonged to the Commercial Club, was secretary to Miss Lindsay and was one of the capable Bank Day cashiers. as 1 ll JOYCE MARILYN PTAK "Whatever :he did war done with Jo much eaJe." Joyce was a bank day cashier and a member of the Com- mercial Club. She was Miss Little's secretary and served on various dance committees. ROBERT JOSEPH REIL "True rilence ir the rert of the mind." Robert didn't have much time to spend on activities but did play freshman basketball. He also helped decorate for the Freshman Hop. MARILYN GRACE REUM "May her life he like a piano, Jquare, upright and grand." Marilyn kept herself busy throughout high school by par- ticipating in a variety of activities. She was head clarinetist in the band, and belonged to the orchestra and Swingsters. She was a member of the History, French, Latin, Community Ser- vice, Commercial, and Art Clubs. Marilyn's musical talent was again noticed when she was accompanist for the Girls' Glee Club and also was a section leader. She participated in the Armistice Day Playg was an alternate for Junior Prize Speaking and played Harriet St. John in "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay." Marilyn served on several dance committees an was secretary to Mr. Bourdeau. Even though Marilyn was kept busy by these activities she was a business staff member of "Netop" and yearbook and attained Pro Merito rating. MARGARET EITA ROBINSON "Peggy" "Silence may do good And can do little harm." Peggy ushered at the Freshman Hop and Sophomore So- cial and was on the Reception committee for junior Prom. She belonged to the French, Art, and Community Service Clubs. Peggy also played intramural basketball for four years. JOYCE ANN ROTH "The thing that goer the farthert towardr making life worth while, That forty the leart and doer the mort if just a plearant .fmile." Joyce has been active in musical organizations as she has been in the band for four years, orchestra three years and Swingsters besides being a member of the Girls' Glee Club for three years. Joyce was a member of the Latin, Art, Com- mercial, History and Community Service Clubs. Her acting ability was seen in the Thanksgiving Day one act play and she served on the property committee for the senior play. In sports Joyce played intramural basketball and was a secretary to Mr. Schuldt. She was chosen as an alternate for Junior Prize Speak- ing and served on the music committees for various dances. NORMAN SCHNEIDER "Norm" "He ir alwayr laughing for he har infinite deal of wit." Norm was a member of the Boys' Glee Club and played football for two years. He belonged to the band his freshman year and was in the Art and History Clubs. Norm was on the Junior Prom and Sophomore Social committees. NOREEN CATHERINE SCHWARZ "She'r quiet, precire, and oh ro neat And there'r loadr of fun underneath." Noreen was a rwirler in the band for four years, a lieu- tenant in her junior year, and an expert violinist in the orches- tra. She belonged 'to the French, History and Community Service Clubs. She was a Junior Prize Speaker and served as a property manager for the senior play. RHEA MARY SHULDA "Kindner.f ir a language everyone can rpeak and underrtandf' Rhea sang in the Girls' Glee Club and was a member of the Art Club. She was one of our hard working business managers for senior play and also ushered for the Sophomore Social and Freshman Hop. ALECK F. SIRUM "ln every deed of mifcbief be bad 4 heart to refolvef' . Aleck was a member of the band and orchestra during his freshman year. He belonged to the History Club and served on several dance committees. PATRICIA ANN SIWIZKI "Pat" "By the work we know the workmanf' Pat was another of our busy members. She was one of the co-editors of the "Netop" and yearbook. She was an usher for junior Prize Speaking and served on the decorating committee for various dances. Pat was also an ofhce clerk. In musical activities she was a member of the Girls' Glee Club for three years, band for three years and orchestra for two years. Pat belonged to the Latin, History, French and Community Service Clubs. Even with all these outside activities she was a Pro Merito. WALTER JOSEPH SLIVA "A little :by Yet 4 friend wbo'll .rtand by." Since Walter works after school he has had little time for outside activities. He was one of Mr. Weiner's fine clarinetists in the band for one year and served on the decorating commit- tees for Junior Prom and for the Freshman Hop. REGINA JOSEPJHINE SOJKA "Sojk" "0bliging and cheerful, indurtriour and kind." Our Sojk showed her great energy by being one of our best cheerleaders for three years besides belonging to the Latin, Art and History Clubs. She warbled many a sweet note for the Girls' Glee Club and devoted 'three years to the Commun- ity Service Club. Sojk was also a member of the Commercial Club, secretary to Miss McGillicudcly, and a bank day cashier. She served on the decorating committee for junior Prom, tiionerty manager for senior play and found time to be a Pro erito. ELIZABETH ANN SOPOLLEC "Betty" "At typing and rborthand :he ir just grand, And alwayr willing to lend a hand." Betty is our peppy, likeable athlete. She has thrilled the onlookers with her four years basketball teamwork, both on the squads and in the intramural games, and was captain of the varsity team during her senior year. She also was on the softball team, and was president of the Home Economics and a member of the Commercial Club. Betty was secretary to Mr. Pike, ushered at the Freshman Hop, and was a typist on the "Netop" and yearbook staffs. MARGUERITE ETHEL SQUIRES "Margie" "MixtreJr of herself above all else." A very good sports-minded girl, Margie belonged to the basketball team for four years and to the softball and 'tumbling reams. She has sung in the Glee Club since she was a Soph- omore and was an active member in the Art, History, Camera and Community Service Clubs. Margie served on 'the make-up committee for senior play and took her share of laughs as the bratty sister in "Homework" She was also a member on the "Netop" and yearbook staffs. Moreover, she contributed much to the high school band through her excellent twirling ability. Serving on various dance committees took up much of Margie's time. WALTER FRANCIS THOMPSON "Seeboy" "Life ir not .fo short but that . there ir alway: time for courteryf' Seeboy hails from the metropolis of "Monkey City" and was an ever present figure on the baseball diamond. Walter served on the refreshment for the Freshman Hop his senior year. JOHN ROBERT THURSTON "Johnny" "Excellence ir the perfect excuie. Do it well, and it matter: little what." john's versatility was discovered in the field of sports. He was on the track, basketball, football, tennis, baseball and intramural basketball teams, as well as being a member of the "T" Club. He displayed his musical talents in the Boys' Glee Club being president his senior year as well as its accompanist. Johnny was also a member of the Latin, Art, History, and French Clubs, being vice-president of the latter two for one year each. He portrayed the stately steward in the senior play. In addition to these, Johnny served on several dance commit- tees and also attained rating as a Pro Merito. CARL E. TOMPKINS "Bud" "Everyone cannot help but like this chap." Carl was a member of the foot- ball team for one year and basket- ball for two years. He also sang with the Boys' Glee Club. CHARLES A. WASIELEWSKI "Wasie" "A merry heart maketh A cheerful countenance." Charlie was a member of the baseball team his freshman year. He belonged to the Boys' Glee Club and was a most capable stage man- ager for the senior play. Wasie also served on various dance committees. ALICE MARIE TIBBETTS "The milcleyt manners and the greatest heart." Alice was a member of the His- tory Club and on the news staff of the "Netop" and yearbook. She be- longed to the Pro Merito Society and helped "resurrect" costumes for the senior play. ""'t dill! V ' f Q . ,fff. Gxk tj? wqxf JOHN C. URBAN, JR. "Jackie" "A little thy, Yet a friend who'll .rtand hy." Jackie played football, freshman basketball and intramurals for three years. He was chairman of the ca- pable coat checkers at the Junior Prom. JOSEPH FRANK ZAK ..Joe., "A quiet person if welcome everywhere." In his freshman year Joe played basketball. He also played intra- murals for two years. C fxfqifkidr? fww ' ' gy. QL XX eff, Q2 Q a RE ER - 'lin wiw K 7 N ,zfik 'K - N D 1212 'Uv , I ii F -V V' g i X H i qw " -s-. X W M 5 Jia? R qv L. . Q R, X .-"W V A f' 'QQ . W1 , -s Q, gg, ir- wr' N. - R: af Q e, I fx "' cf 'Q f fl' X. ,M-3 I 'T' up 1 51 Q . ,A -. ..,.-.,,...x . W 1 4 'llf , , - .' ."f'v"X2 Z , N A "M , 'F x ,,,, 'W .., PQ: 'w g -4 " 1 M "'i H ' 'x ' Q . ,.g fqiv f , , bl aa. 1, N- kfvk X' H Q I fgfQ?' 'cv - ,142-f' 3 V Q I' , - 4., -+ , - -11. ' V f 11 v L NE ff 1 Vijwmr 1 6fr!Q'Zf, mjzfdly' , ', o Q 1 A 'Qffa I Q f 'P Q f'.'ff-u 5 " A Az-TL1 f,'3'1'? , 7- '- . 1 -5' I .Q .... , . U 3 . lj -if ' Q 291- fff-il 'sf' .51 M .'. ,il F I J! as ' Y' z' ,' . , al' if f i f M 1 ! , , . 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The Ole Boy Margie 42 ,Af Q..zz.. Saying "Where's Paul" "Gosh" "I Don't Know" "Peel Me A Grape, Will Ya? "Gee" "Are We Sinkin' Already? "Let's Go" "We'll See You" "Big Deal" "Let's Go" "No Kidding" "Hi, Kids" Merci Buckets" "I Don't Believe Ya "Are You Kidding?' "Oh, Gee" "Oh, No" "Oh Dear" "l'm All Tight" "Hi There" "Hi Baby" "Oh Yeah" Qlzm Name Gillette, Elizabeth Guilbault, Joyce Hawley, Carolyn Hayde, Dorothy Hicks, Gerald Houle, Ernest Johnson, Dorothy Kaminski, Phyllis Kelly, Marilyn Keough, Elizabeth Kobera, Bernard Koch, Joan Koscinski, Chester Koscinski, Mary Kosewicz, Regina Kozik, Shirley Kozloski, Henry Krauz, Stanley Krusiewski, Louise Lemoine, James Lenois, Alan Lenois, Rosemarie .tea info Que :lei Quan Pet Peeue Joyce and Theresa Brown Noses Icy Roads Studying School Mornings Studying English Conway and Akey Staying home Sunday Gossips Snowball Throwers "Water" Slowpokes English Homework B. S. Thinking English Discouraged XVrong Typing Keys English Homework Reumie Hero Bill Donny D. B. Mr. X Charlie G. W. J. Gene Jerry Lewis Bill S. B. C. C. R. B. F, Lyman R. A. Cubby A. A. Duke Snider B. I-I. O. N. D. Dropo Dicker and Hacker Saying n What'd you say?" "Come Here" "That's Terrific" u 7 Where're We Going "Yactam?" "Weill " "Ain't That Nice?" "Holy Cow!" "Ah Don't You Know "Fight It!" "Corner Pocket" "How About That" "Give Me One" "Go Ahead" "Oh, No" I Got A Charge Outta That "I'm Broke!" Come On" "Yeah" nsay.. You Don't "Go Away" u Sayn Qfim .sea info Name LeVitre, Robert Lyman, Frederick Madden, Henry Markol, Stanley Marlowe, Mary McClary, Elinor Menter, Phyllis Mieczkowski, M. Momaney, George Mullins, Priscilla Nadeau, Adelard Nadeau, Joyce Nelson, Nicholas Newton, Norma Newton, Richard Paulin, Jeannette Paulin, Raymond Paulin, Robert Paulin, Theresa Pelletier, Anne Petruski, Jean Plaza, Alphonse Powers, Noreen Pet Peeve Packards "Shoes? Shoes?" English E. P. P. Dottie Hayde Fords Waiting People H. K. Studebakers Teachers Waiting for Theresa Gossip High Heels and Socks Joyce and DeeDee Tattletales Physics Girls Joyce and Bette Men Drivers Whistling Ancient History Reporters 0... ,Af QM.. Hero B. W. jeff J. M. John Davis ?!? C. F. S. W. K. Joe Mankewicz St. john's My Dad Jerry Lewis Little Boy BeBe Howdy-Doody T. W. F. E. Charlie G. Ming Bob E. S. H. H. Mitch Mitch D. S. K. P. R. 44 Saying "Don't Take Wooden Nickels "Gun It" "Pardon" "Big Deal" "Oh Yeah" "Don't Get Nervous" "OH! Yeah" "Naturally" "Doggone It All" "Fight Ir!" "How's Tricks?" "I'm In The Dog House" "Yeah, But" "Oh, For Crying Out Loud" "Neva" "Ye Gacls!" What's The Matter" "You Think So" "Is That Right" ta Gee, That's Great" O. K. "Go On" "Wlmo's Got A Better Right" QA... af. O... ...la QM.. Name Ptak, Joyce Reum, Marilyn Reil, Robert Riel, Frederick Robinson, Margaret Roth, Joyce Schneider, Norman Schwartz, Noreen Schulda, Rhea Sirum, Aleck Siwizki, Patricia Sliva, Walter Sojka, Regina Sopollec, Elizabeth Squires, Marguerite Thompson, Walter Thurston, John Tibbetts, Alice Tompkins, Carl Urban, John Waseleski, Charles Zak, Joseph Pet Peeve Homework Talkative People Henry Long School One Of The Gang D. H. DeeDee Showoffs Morning Rising Memorizing English Mr. Pike Deadheads Madden and Akey R. K. Waiting for People Let's Go T. V. Trig Paint Studying David Carlisle Homework Hero S. S. Three L's Doc Williams N. P. J. C. Jim Charlie J. B. Cisco Kid R. N. R. G. Mutt R. A. D. G. Jack Russ "GYPSY Joe" S. B. "Don't Believe In It" A. Nadeau M. S. Markol Saying "Ah Gee" "For Crying Out Loud "Meta Kechuwa" "I Don't Know" "Ya Like That, Huh" "My Goodness" "Hello" "Huh" "I Don't Care" "What 'd Yeh Say" Where's Anne" How About That?" "Honestly" "I Got News For You' "Gosh All Mighty" "We Can Four In!" "La Tee Da" "What - Roads" "Whatcha Call It" "My Brakes" "Don't Blame Me" I Almost Threw Fits" Maafez David Carlisle Ernest Houle Damase Caouette Fred Lyman Fred Riel Robert LeVitre Paul Conway Robert LeVitre Raymond George John Thurston Richard Cosby Carl Tompkins Raymond Paulin Fred Lyman Damase Caouette Ernest Houle Paul Conway Richard Newton Raymond George Richard Newton David Beaubien iecea in Um :lei Qaffez BEST DRESSED DONE MOST EOR CLASS MOST DIONIEIED MOST POPULAR BEST LOOKING MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST TALKATIVE BEST ACTOR AND ACTRESS BEST ATHLETE MOST MUSICAL BEST DANCERS CUTEST MOST BUSINESS LIKE MOST PLEASING PERSONALITY MOST COURTEOUS MOST RELIABLE PEPPIEST MUTT AND JEFF MARTIN-LEWIS MAD CHEMISTS IRMA Betsey Galvin Carolyn Hawley Marilyn Kelly Ann Charron Marilyn Reum Shirley Kozik Phyllis Menter Rosemarie Lenois Phyllis Menter Betty Sopollec Marilyn Reum Carolyn Hawley Shirley Gallant Elinor McClary Shirley Kozik Janice Clark Marilyn Kelly Regina Sojka Rhea Shulda Shirley Gallant David Beaubien Betsey Galvin Cfaaa iasfaz Well - we made it! Yes, the final standings have been compiled, the final awards have been presented, and the final farewells have been wished us. Before we go out into the great beyond, however, we'd like to leave a little something to remind you of us and all our exploits at T. F. H. S. Hence, the reason for this history. It was a warm foggy morning in September when we freshmen all met for the first time. Most of us were slightly dubious about the "hundreds" of different rooms and "all those periods!" Quite a few were absolutely confounded by the mysteries of a combination locker. However, our class was not to be thwarted by such per- plexing things as these, and in a few days all our difficulties were straightened out, thanks to the courtesy and help given us by the seniors. C???D During most of our freshmen year we were content to sit back and follow the examples set by the class of '49. Then! Sophomores! Now we would "do somethin'," all right! We elected our first class officers, and what a thrill of accomplishment it was to put a big X opposite the name of our choice, We elected David Beaubien as our President, Fred Riel, Vice-president, Carolyn Hawley, Secretary, Shirley Kozik, Treasurer and Regina Sojka as Historian. 47 Under the guidance of our class teacher, Miss Porter, these, the "nobility" of our class, presented the Sophomore Social. just think, our own dance! Muric was by Bill Maloy, who convulsed one "soph" when he gave him an exhibition of the "mugging" he did while drumming. The gym was gayly decorated with snow-men in black hats. Almost all the class showed up to put it over with a "bang!" Our class ring was selected CI told you we were going placeslj this year by a group of carefully chosen people. It is to their credit that we believe our ring to be the "best ever". In June we attended our first graduation exercise, and we were proud as peacocks when we walked out of the auditorium as juniors. We were now in the upper strata of high school life -- upper-classmen, no less. We really came into our own during our third year. Class elections were held and the victors were David Beaubien, President, Fred Riel, Vice-president, Carolyn Hawley, Secretary, Shirley Kozik, Treasurer, and Robert LeVitre, Historian. Then it happened. On a fateful day in February, we were told that Prize Speaking tryouts would be held February 15! We all piled into Room 16 at 2:50 and really went to work. We were told that the task of the judges was extraor- dinarily diflicult because of the keen competition. Those who were selected con- sidered themselves lucky indeed. Chosen were Noreen Schwartz, Ferdinand De- Sautels, Priscilla Mullins, Robert LeVitre, Betsey Galvin, Gerald Collins, Phyllis Menter, and Mieczyslaw Mieczkowski. Alternates were Janice Clark, Marilyn Reum, Joyce Roth, David Beaubien, Raymond Paulin, and Alphonse Plaza. 48 April 27, along came Prize Speaking, The selections were: "Mary Elizabeth" Noreen Schwarz "Da Sweeta Soil," "Two Mexicana Meni' and "I Take My Adelita to Da Fair" Ferdinand Desautels. "The Standard of Living" Priscilla Mullins "Another Spring" Robert LeVitre "A Couple of Lunatics" Betsey Galvin "The Benches" Jerry Collins "The Bomb That Fell on America" Phyllis Menter "Belvedere" Mieczyslaw Mieczkowski The judges conferred for 28 minutes while the Prize Speakers did a jig back- stage. They all filed into the auditorium amid tumultuous applause. There each was awarded a medal, by Mr. Franceschelli who in addition gave Honorable Mention to Mieczyslaw Mieczkowskig Third Prize to Jerry Collinsg Second Prize to Phyllis Menterg and First to Robert LeVitre. 49 One week from that night, the Junior Prom was held. The gym was decorated in breathtaking beauty by Marilyn Kelly. It was designed on a "sea" theme, with aqua backdrop nets, corks, Hsh, and even air bubbles! Programs were designed on the same theme by Elizabeth Gillette. And what a never-to-be-forgotten night that was! Girls in gowns representing every color in the spectrum, whirled about the floor with their formally-attired escorts. Even the reniorr admitted it was one of the best they had ever attended. All who served on committees felt well rewarded for their labors when they heard that. Graduation night, 1951. We watched the seniors solemnly file out and a strange feeling crept over us with the realization that we would have their shoes to till. Sure, sureg before that night we had joked and said we were going to revel in our glory, we were going to back-clap the new Juniors, we were going to be something. Somehow, we didn't do any of those things. A new set of ideas was formed in our minds while we listened to the exercises. We felt differently, We were sober instead of hysterical. Our: was the responsibility now, it was our duty to set precedence and lead the school. Our senior year began with the election of officers and all retained their oflices. We welcomed the new "Frosh" at our freshmen reception. Japanese lanterns swung from the sides and rafters as the students danced around the floor. 50 November 29 we tried out for our Senior Play, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay". Those winning roles were: Cornelia Otis Skinner - Phyllis Menter Emily Kimbrough - Janice Clark Dick Winters - Damase Caouetre Leo McEvoy - jerry Collins Mrs. Skinner - Anne Pelletier Otis Skinner - Robert LeVitre Harriet St. John - Marilyn Reum Winifred Blaugh - Marilyn Kelly Steward - john Thurston Admiral - Alphone Plaza Purser - Fred Lyman Inspector - Ann Marie Charron Therese - Shirley Gallant Mme. Elise - Betsey Galvin M. De le Croix - David Beaubien Window Cleaner - Nick Nelson Stewardess - Bette Keough 51 The hours of rehearsal were interspersed with our daily party in which the girls brought cakes and the inevitable brownies, and the boys always, infallibly C??J brought coke. Ray Paulin kept Miss Teed hopping with his candid camera. CFor the benefit of underclassmen, Miss Teed is photo-shy.D We can't forget the day we found sand fleas in our bed! Thanks to quick work by Louie Puhala, they were quickly exterminated. The card games backstage Cin between changes of scenes, etc.J were always by Alphone Plaza. CWe never could figure out why he always brought two decks of cards.J The "Big" party, after final performance, was worth all the hours of practice the cast had put into it. June 19, 1952. This was it - this was the day we had all "lcidded" each other about. "How glad we'll be to get out!" we had said. But we weren't. In fact, the last week of school was the most sorrowful we've ever gone through. We knew we were doing everything "for the last time". Graduation and the final assembly. We marched up the aisle and out those doors and believe us, undergrads, it is not easy. So we've graduated, and have passed on our torch to the Juniors. We hope they can do credit to it, and bring all the honor they can to TFI-IS, our "Alma Mater". Signed 1 ROBERT LEVITRE, Historian 52 Cz..,fVM1z We, the class of nineteen hundred and fifty-two, having completed our four years sojourn in the Turners Falls High School do hereby bequeath the following outmoded treasure - to the exhausted teachers and overjoyed under-classmen who gleefully bid us a sad farewell, The co-editors of the Yearbook, Marilyn Kelly, Phyllis Menter, Pat Siwizki, and art editor Elinor McClary, leave their brilliant minds and work-worn hands to those who attempt to take their places. To Miss Porter we leave a record called, "A good student always reviews," so she will not have to strain her voice in future classes. Our splendid voices in Senior Chorus we leave to Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians. Bob LeVitre leaves his 12 dozen joke books to Mr. Villeneuve, who we are sure will appreciate them. To Mr. Galvin we leave a super atomic, cosmic, and radioactive necktie with a built-in neon sign bearing those proud initials C. H. G. The Senior members of the Girls' Glee Club leave the "Mile of Pennies" to the class of 1965 with our best wishes for its completion. To the freshmen we leave a book called, "Behave Yourself", written by the senior English classes. Its sequel, "Wasn't It Fun!" will be published shortly. To Mr, Putnam we leave a volume entitled, "How to Detect Hydrogen Sul- fide" Cbetter known as rotten egg gash in classrooms. Norm Schneider and Betsey Galvin leave their driving ability to the Millers Falls jalopy Racers. 53 Jinx Collins and Buddy Riel leave Mary LaChapelle and Nancy Podlenski temporarily, but they'll be back after them!! DeeDee Lenois doesn't leave her continual chatter to any lower classman, for fear she couldn't get along in life without it. Regina Sojka leaves her proud Polish name to her younger brother, Gene. Shirley Kozik and Dorothy Hayde leave their "little red book" to Cathy Desautels and Betty LaRoche. Betsey Galvin, Marilyn Reum, and DeeDee Lenois leave their march books and band music to anyone who can find them! Herbie Gamlin and Ralph Akey leave the Mountain Road to Greenfield open to Nick Saledas. To the High School we don't leave Miss Teecl. We're going to take her with us. I-Iacksaw Beaubien leaves his crew cut, horn-rims, and bottle-opener to Ray Bender. Betty Sopollec and Paul Conway leave their ability on the basketball court to Betty Bergiel and Cooch Care. Anne Pelletier leaves her taxi-cab service to Judy Laukaitis. Mieczyslaw Mieczkowski leaves his famous name to posterity. The Class of '52 leaves "The Snack Bar" to the Class of '53 - of G, H. S. Billy Gay leaves his "Ipana Smile" to Joe Folk. 54 Tito Kozloski leaves his collection of Polish songs and the Brooklyn Dodgers to Red Piotrowski. Freddy Lyman leaves the halo received from referees on the football field to Norm Gerber, who must polish it as faithfully as Freddy did. To Miss Withington we leave a record of "The Funeral March", by Spike Jones and His City Slickers, for future first year typing classes. Zino George leaves his gold encrusted plaque, "GOOD THINGS COME IN SMALL PACKAGES", to "Muscles" Councilman. Bette Keough leaves her five gallon jug of "SUPER DUPER HAIR BI.EACH" to Patty Kratz. To Mr. Burke, Mr. Wrightson, and the entire faculty we wish to express our deepest gratitude and appreciation for the attention and guidance you have given us in the past four years. With all sincerity we say to you - "THANKS!!" Witnessed by - MARILYN REUM Signed - BETSEY GALVIN DAVID BEAUBIEN - President Barre KEOGH FRED Rim. - Vice-president 55 Ow Proaiaaggars .I b uh T1gf4,4'f fI fi f 'ff 92 "QW 'H 5 'T "J 'J :I J' fi,2i.,f? 1,,?., fl! ff' ir! d'nj 'V HH HH! Q fm. at 2, L,j,.fi.,.f?i.,i '.!.3jf.i ' fwi4"5f4'3aj al Ciara: flee 44, mi' zfsnflfiidlj' il, Flff f f 'iw ., ',l,,.i":i?4 jf.if...,4g.f..E, f .ug U4 fvJj.g,Iif1,rgH re-call ng nn '43-0 A14 so dag. H I YQ,-5911 WML yur ,nd vnlls no :hd-IQJ for lov-I lung 'Bqf Slqhg-fqqrg, and 6.-llaf-a-fps,-,410 our or'n.oa hv'rt es vue. meds lane!-cr qu! lllrl Clear- a , n 7' 3 lLlu"Ii'Q'fi0l of our viii. nal lf!!- b Nik-A 0. if' ., an , .ve- .+ , 1 5 5 j QW fa, - Q. X , x , '4 s 5 , :- 9 I' 'Q 3 44 Q Q, U U U, 1 g U v' ' ' C wx- 4' -.tg Q o,g,' N .. ed . 4 -:,...v wwf!-' .,, -,: ,'. 0 C I I 5 O l O I I s 'hz' X 'ggi if 'x I , 1 r as I 1 -54 J 1 gs f - x kgH5S?4'5i"?i1' In ans... 'E It ,-I L I b r LR .3 W r I 'S 'Ni I f I ' ff K ' , is ' t sl? 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'U K1 5-4 ... eu .G 5-I 4: I-I ... 3 E cd on .:: U P, ea tered who en the Power- he year ft ding game 0 C C5 u Ill u 2 C 54 Q1 J: ua CD U JI u C r- I-4 cu 4-I .52 For C cu F -5 Ti ll! N 'U vu as .2 CL E QJ .., 'E 5 fs ic: KJ L-I I Q J: U rd C U 'W 15 R . .X ZINO WASN'T NECESSARY 5 to 1 - ARE YOU IN TROUBLE! 5. xg, F , W 55 mv if? R 1 .A W 'U 0725 5aa,f,4,,11 QW This year the basketball squad consisted of a nucleus of three seniors and two returning lettermen with a promising array of juniors and sophomores eager to fill any opening in the line up. But the team was greatly handicapped by a lack of height and the inexperience of the boys. Coach "Dutch" Schuldt, ably assisted by Mt. Bourdeau, introduced a unique style of play which was used with varying degrees of success through- out the season. On the court the boys did their best and they maintained the Turners Falls' tradition of good sportsmanship. PAUL CONXVAY HENRY MA DDEN Hey Puulic, Wzlit For Mc! Y 75 1 N! X U DX! ' M wif gswfzg JK! 1 QRNEQ 'wxfi 5 I lyhmfkmgdzgbi' 1 f Af , -, M, ,1YN Q f'xl fg xx K , , J 395542 QQNEJ 5 rw . A Qgggix 44, lx Zguyjfy galeffpzff jeam Qfzlxz !44z.fAefAz!! jawn -Q E I Qizla , galefdafl Qeam Our girls' basketball team has had a most successful season. Teamwork overcame the lack of height and experience and brought us again to glorious victory. The team numbering thirty under the capable leadership of their coach Mrs. Helen Reidy and their peppy captain Betty Sopollec worked hard, and conscientiously during the entire season. It is with a feeling of justifiable pride that they can look back on a time which taught them so much in the way of cooperation and in addition offered so much wholesome fun. 77 WAN kyvzgiegvzff Qedlfffl I -'N ai, A ?NXRiNE -C4 '55 21,2 mm! 'vqdfxl lkY'Ti ' qmii I 7 m -Li 6lfLl4L.4 64144, in 2. :iffy -li 1 5- ,, Q11 H QI --- ll' D 1' " 1 -Y r' 21' g W , Q in ' Q, fi 3, 54 Y Zfffgifi t, Q f Hx C353 NWS lv af-JXS S DDQ ,D .L '51 at Q ,IMF I l Q X xx fx Sys I gg CONGRATULATIONS . . . -- C Z 6326 ' 2 q s ' Q to the class of 'I 9- 955' and best wixbe: for . 4 a bright future! p ' Q 4 IJ 4 wzstznn uuxssncnu s ELECTRIC COMPANY 9 'fy :mi U, 5279, BEST WISI-IES FOR YOUR FUTURE 1', 6315 las' pf ff GREENFIELD GAS COMPANY 80 l5?'f0"4'-7'0'1'-02r04'02'04'0'f E. E. BUCKMASTER NEWTON MOTOR SALES GENERAL STORE KaiJer - Henry I Dealer Forex! Park Canned Good! - Monad Pain! - 4 Dial Greenfleld 6262 STATE ROAD MONTAGUE MASSACHUSETTS TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS Best of Luck to the Class of 1952! Parteurized Milk 1. I. Cafe Tractor: an SOCQUET an Cream Service HILLSIDE ROAD TURNERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS Telephone 2575 Shop with confidence in WlLSON'S A FRANKLIN COUNTY'S MOST COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE if S GREEN FIELD MASSACHUSETTS Q X?K0"'-0'+f?t747f0f0w20Y-0N0SG0'0K0b'-0P0N0'I 81 Z JULIUS BLASSBERG, INC Salvage Engineer: SECOND STREET TURN ERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS I I I I I 24 HOUR Towmc SERVICE WILLIAMS GARAGE General Repair: on Car: and Truck: Bear Axle Straightening Dynamic Wheel Balancing for Car: and Truck: 147 Second Street Phone 8091 TURN ERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS CADE S FLOWER SHOP 54 AVFNUE A TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS THE ROYL CLEANERS Licensed Sanitone Cleaners Samlone i: Incomparable Dial 2043 123 Avenue A TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS GREENFIELD SAVINGS BANK The Friendly Bank MC CARTHY TI-IE CLOTHIER 'A' . . I We Telegraph Flower: ' . H O u BUY SAVINGS BANK INSURANCE and SAVE the DIFFERENCE Mansion House Block GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS Tailor-Made Suit: A Specialty Dial 8461 TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS E. M. GULOW 81 COMPANY INCORPORATED - HARDWARE - MILL and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Dial 486 TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS "Price: You Like to Pay" PFERSICK BROTHERS FAMILY SHOE sToRE - FEATURING - Style Shoe: for All 0cca:ion.r for Boy: and Girl: "It Pay: to Walk Down Third Street" Dial 675 TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS ll ll Ill DIAMONDS JEWELRY LEONARD GRIMARD IEWELER WATCHES LUNT SILVER 1, 111 ll C omplzment: BEAUBIEN S TEXACO SERVICE GEORGE STARBUCK 81 SON INCORPORATED Established 1872 STEAM WATER and PLUMBING CONTRACTORS Land 'lrle Fuel Lznzng GENERAL KITCHEN FURNISHINGS Dial 757 TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS W S CASSIDY INCORPORATED PONTIAC YOUR NEXT CAR Dial Turners Falls 306 TURNERS FALLS and GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS ELITE SHOPPE BEAUMIER MOTOR SALES FORD DEALERS 1 1 I f vi . . . . . . I TURNERS FALLS, MASS. Apparel for SMART MISSES and WOMEN Dial 526 TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS Dial 356 TURN ERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS When School ir Over They Alwayr Find Where To Go FOURNIER BROS. REXALI. STORE Always the popular place where a large part of the students of the school meet every day for their Sundaes and Ice Cream Sodas. A great place to meet. They have the largest soda fountain in town. Also the best in Candies. VENETIAN BEAUTY SHOPPE GRACE M. LENOIS COLD WAVING A SPECIALTY Telephone 517 - Any Hour 1 K Street TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS gc?"-9N0'49K9"6N?'5' G0'f?61G0'W"G0'10'W'1'-?Q0'-0265 x 9 Radio Station w H A I QS 1 BARRETT 81 BAKER SCHOOL SUPPLIES - BOOKS ROYAL TYPEWRITERS SALES AND SERVICE Dial 4525 310 Main Street GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS G R FISKE Gnd STRECKER 2 JAM ES s.cLEARY P N H T O PRESCRIPTIONS A N E " 'Z ' E CLARENCE S. STRECKER, Reg. 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A KOHLER C0 INCORPORATED HAIGIS SERVICE STATION I 0 . . , I o 0 a I PHILCO - NORGE - BENDIX MAYTAG - ESTATE R.C.A., Decca, Columbia and Capital Record: 75 Avenue A SOCONY PRODUCTS TIRES BATTERIES, LUBRICATION Telephone 562 Avenue A TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS Complimentf of INSURANCE AGENCY BRIDGE STREET GARAGE INCORPORATED GENERAL INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE JOHN J. MACKIN, Pf0Pfief0f Phone 2082 76 Third Street TURNERS FALLS ' MASSACHUSETTS Tel. 2811 MILLERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS A. M. GAMELI CLASS PHOTOGRAPHER FOR 1 9 5 1 - 1 9 5 2 ...SENIORS . .. i' MGNTAGUE CITY and GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 87 The Most Useful Gift for Graduate or Bride STRATFORD'S ELECTRIC CENTER An Enfirgly Ngw - LUNCHEONETTE ' Weluuhm-Z063sW Electrical Contracting - Home Wiring R.. e S M ou. Appliance! and Fixture: 1 SPECIALTY 1 Monarch Rangex - Rbeemf Water Heater: Telephone Greenfield 6083 MONTAGUE MASSACHUSETTS J H Congyatuldtionf-f AITglseIge?eral,usehiiEC!A'0naR7 gm, -..,. gaaurizg :Ein?n2gL:'i'flIIItyLn1I:'I'ICa 51'-as I gal-vularyl of moi: :hall 40,2100 most' Vlizpaenl lffqllfffl-y USCCU WOT S: lIIlll'f0ll'E C 1 .-.. t Bm Www fof the Fume gslzfjl, '2x::.:?::::f:1,ii5.2Z, A131222 vutru lent, canasta, IQ ",.-' :-.5-- ,,.,- VALLEY STUDIO 5 q,,'Ai 1:11 ' tary rzluntrrial. IA Unwind "Everything Photograpbid' Telephone 2184 74 Avenue A ummm ous vane lndoxld 52.09 CORNER BOOK STORE TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS Avenue A Tumers Falls, Mass F. .I. MALONEY . ATHLETIC OUTFITTER . Telephone 3-3400 'A' QOPPOSITE TELEPHONE BUILDING, 346 DWIGHT STREET SPRINGFIELD, MASS. as ALBERT L. GRAVES MONTAGUE MACHINE COMPANY - PAPER MILL MACHINERY - - INSURANCE -- Maintenance Work For Neighboring Mill: MON TAGUE MASSACHUSETTS TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS A. H. 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TRUCKS -- Used Cars -- 369 Federal Street GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS W. L. SALMON INSURANCE AGENCY - GENERAL INSURANCE - 118 Avenue A TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS A Bite - A Lunch - A Banquet CARl.'S RESTAURANT TEA ROOM and RESTAURANT - QUALITY FOODS -- Pleasant Atmosphere 265 Main Street GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS H. A. DORAN PLUMBING - HEATING 6 Bridge Street Phone 543 MILLERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS ?C BlLL'S LUNCHEONETTE Fountain Service and Light Lunclaex Sealtert Ice Cream Phone 2072 MILLERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS x me THE FASHION SHOP CBudget Planj SMART STUDENTS' CLOTHES For the YOUNG MAN and MISS "Clothing and jewelry" C omplimentx Of LEMAY FURNITURE CORP. Dial 4949 C. LAROCHE, Manager 26 Chapman Street GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS BILL'S RESTAURANT FRANKLIN COUNTYCS' BIGGEST and BUSIEST RESTAURANT Federal Street GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS C ongratulatiom to the CLASS OF 1952 MARY- ELLEN DRESS SHOP 9 Davis Street GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS GREENFIELD LAUNDRY CO. 38 Ames Street Dial Greenfield 3637 Agency: MCCARTHY, The Clothier Dial Turners Falls 8461 DEMOND'S HEADQUARTERS for STANDARD and PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Dial 6477 391 Main Street OPPOSITE THE LIBRARY GREEN FIELD MASSACHUSETTS CHARRON PHARMACY PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Dial 3277 10 Federal Street GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS HAROLD B. ALLEN, INC. 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