Turners Falls High School - Peske Tuk Yearbook (Turners Falls, MA)
- Class of 1957
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Never have we lacked your constant support of any enterprise we ha'
You have blazed for us our "Trail" through our four years of high schi
experience gained during a career devoted to the young men and womei
munity. This devotion will forever rank in importance with the proud
Turners Falls Indian as an inspiration to guide us along the rest of our "Ti
Mr. George F. Wrightson
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How difiicult it is to find a man who has integrity, competence, and 1
in oneg and yet, we have found that man.
What you have given us is more than mere discipline. You have give
for success, and a willingness to accept responsibility.
So to you, Mr. George F. Wrightson, we, the Class of 1957, wish
gratitude for all you have done for us. May all who enter Turners Falls
benefit from your unending patience and understanding, and leave with
minds, and your qualities in their hearts.
Mr. Frederick B. Cakes
To Mr. Oakes, our patient guide who has helped us to overcome tl
high school years, we extend our humble thanks. As our teacher, you exen
a leader should beg and as a friend, you inspired us with your understa
us your willing hand in time of need.
As the trails of the class of nineteen hfty-seven wind into the furu:
ways have our gratitude and be remembered forever as our "Medicine M:
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members of our society - the youth of the town of
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ROBERT CLIFFORD LA ROCHE
"If you have great talents, industry will
improve them, if you have but
moderate abilities. indurtry will
.rupply their deficiency."
"Rochie" was one of the Business Man-
agers who made our Netop and Yearbook
possible. He sang with the Boys' Glee Club,
ushered and was head usher at several class
dances, and was a member of the "T" Club
as a result of his two years of track and
four memorable years of football. He also
acted the part of the father in the Christmas
play, "The Goose Hangs High" and the
role of "Uncle Poodgie" in our Senior Play,
"Janie". That's our "veep"!
RICHARD G. MARTINEAU
"I am wealthy in my friends."
To head "Dickie's" list of achievements
is a Pro Merito rating. Musically speaking,
he was in the Band for two years, Boys'
Glee Club, presiding over the latter during
his senior year, and was in All State Chorus.
At junior Prize Speaking he gave "Listen
to the People" by Stephen Vincent Benet,
and portrayed "Mr. Todd" in "Love Is
Eternal". His striking portrayal of "Scooper"
was one of the high points of "janie". He
was vice-president and then president of
"Le Cercle Francais" and belonged to the
Art Club a year. Also, he held office in the
History Club as treasurer. "Dickie" gave
a great deal of his time as general chairman
of our class dances to make them the suc-
cesses they were.
"Make two grim grow where there was
only a grouch heforef'
"Sam", our class historian and class wit,
had four very active years in high school.
He showed his athletic powers by playing
football for three and by managing the
basketball and baseball teams for two years.
His organizing ability was revealed in help-
ing to put on all of our class dances. This
included being an usher at the Sophomore
Social and the Freshman Hop and a dec-
orator at the Prom. "Sammy" sang tenor
in the Boys' Glee Club for two years and
was a member of the History Club for two
years, being elected president of it his
senior year. He displayed acting ability in
the part of "Mr. Day" in "The Goose Hangs
High". We were all amused by his portrayal
of the decidedly taciturn "Dead Pan Hack-
ett in "Janie", He was a member of the "T"
Club and was an editor on the Netop and
Yearbook Staffs. During his junior year,
he was elected homeroom captain for the
magazine drive and was selected as alternate
for both Prize Speaking and Good Govern-
ment Day. "Sam" accomplished all this and
still managed to keep his Pro Merito rating
throughout his four years at T.F.H.S.
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PFXSGY JOAN ABBOTT "Peg"
"Good nature is the -very air of 4 good mind."
"Peg," the quiet girl of our class, was in the Home Economics Club her freshman year.
As a senior, she was a Bank Day Cashier and gave of her time and willingness as a
member of the refreshment committee for the Freshman Hop.
ROBERT LOUIS ABBOTT
"What should a man do but
How well known is "Cochise" for his suavity ar
four years, he participated in baseball, track, and ba
also lent his voice to the Boys' Glee Clubg was an us,
ticket committee for our Senior Play.
BEVERLY LORRAINE ADIE "Bev"
"Here': a heart for any fate."'
"Bev" is well liked because of her wit and vivacity. She has been active in the Glee
Club, and History Club during her junior and senior yearsg the Art Club her sophomore
year, the Community Service Club all three years, and served as president of the Camera
Club during her last year. "Bev" wrote for the junior and Senior Netop Staffs. Her love for
sports was manifested by her participation in J. V. basketball and softball. "Bev" assisted
with the make-up for the Senior Play and her acting ability won her the role of "Tamar"
in "Love Is Eternal," a one act play presented for Veterans' Day.
"Not much talk-a great, Ju
"Gert" was in the Home Economics Club during
the Softball Team she showed her athletic prowess. We
support of our class projects, such as her contribution
JOHN AVBRY "Johnny"
"Oh, give ur the man who .fingr at hir work."
"Johnny's" athletic interests were manifested by his membership on the Track Team.
As a musician, he was male vocalist with the Swingsters for two years, and was a faithful
member of the Boys' Glee Club, serving also as its librarian during his senior year. As a
parliamentarian, he was one of the most active members of the History Club. A popular
boy, "Johnny" will long be remembered for his clever quips.
"Truth is the highert thing that man
During his freshman year "Butch" played on the foo'
worked on the decorations for the Sophomore Social. H
decorating committees for the Junior Prom. "Butch" alsc
ANTHONY MARTIN BLASSBERG
his last two years.
WILLIAM SPENCER BEVES "Bill"
"I will :truly how to give account of my little, rather than how to make it more."
One of our class musicians, "Bill" played in the Band for four years, the Orchestra
for three years, and the Swingsters for two years. He sang in the Boys' Glee Club, was in
the Art Club, and enjoyed History Club meetings during his junior and senior years. "Bill"
served on the music committee for the Junior Prom, and was a member of our "Sanctum
Sanctorumf' He was not only on the committee for the tickets of our Senior Play, "Janie,"
but creditably performed in a supporting role.
"To live long is almost everyoneir with, but to live wr
Q "Tony" displayed his interest in sports by being Tr:
'fy He belonged to the History, Art, and Camera Clubs, act
' in his senior year. He was a capable business manager for
and Netop, was a stage manager for our Senior Play, "Jan
Day play as "Cassius Clay." "Tony" ushered at the Juni
gymnasium for our Sophomore Social. A willing and effe1
DALE RICHARD CADRAN
"Nothing ir impossible to a willing heart."
Dale won second place in Junior Prize Speaking with his unforgettable performance
of "Winterset" by Maxwell Anderson and he played the part of "Scott" in the Veterans' Day
Play, "Love Is Eternal." One of our four sport athletes, Dale played football and basketball
for four years, baseball for three, and was on the Track Team for three. He was a member
of the History and "T" Clubsg wro.e for the Netop and Yearbook, and served on the
Decorating Committee for the Sophomore Social and Junior Prom, and represented our
high school in the Voice of Democracy contest. A Job well done!
JOHN ARTHUR CHARRON
A 'Talent is that which is in a man'.r power: Genius is
l This distinguished looking gentleman may have
found with a cheerful smile assisting on committees ft
many clubs in which ,he participated including the Ai
the History Club of which he was vice-president durin
basketball and pitched his way through three years of l
business acumen by procuring ads for Netop and Yeal
"Hugh" in the Christmas Play.
JASON EDWARD CLARK "Jay" "Soul of libre, heart of oak."
Although he worked after school, "Jay" was basketball manager for two years. In '
addition to being an usher 'for our Junior Prom, "Jay" was an active member of the Art
Club and the History Club, giving these organizations some of his contagious cheerfulness,
and made use of his Wednesday night training by acting as a soldier in the Senior Play.
SYLVIA ELAINE CLOUGH
"It matters not what you are thought to he
"Sylv" was a member of the Glee Club and the J
As a Freshman, she belonged to Miss Reum's Home l
two years she collected money for Bank Day. She served
Class Day, and Graduation. As a Senior, "Sylv" becamn
Netop StaHs, and helped out the rnake-up committee for
ber about Sylvia is that beautiful blush that so easily su
ROSE MARIE COLLETTE "Rose"
"If 4 good face is 4 letter of recommendation, 4 good heart is 4 letter of credit."
In her senior year Rose Marie was a member of the History and Camera Clubs and in 2
addition, was a Bank Day Cashier. Rose proved an invaluable member of the refreshment
committee for the Junior Prom and by her consistent dependability and mature judgment
endeared herself to many.
RAYMOND ERNEST COSBY
CAROL ANN LORETTA CORBIN
"In quietness and in confidence shall he
Carol, through her perseverance and sincere natui
in our class. She blended her soprano voice with others o
for our Junior Prom. She was also one of those on the
the Senior Play. We know whatever "Corby" attempts in
until she succeeds.
"Man is complete and upttanding only when he would he more than man."
"Ray" played football in his freshman year. Musimlly speaking, he was a member of
the Band and Swingsters as a junior, and later was a free-lancer in that field. He also was
a member of the Art Club.
JOYCE ELEANOR COSSETI'
"Modesty is the citadel of beauty 41
"Joy" was on the J. V. Tumbling Team during I
Team for two years. She was J. V. Cheerleader for one
Varsity squad in her senior year. Joyce belonged to
Community Service Clubs. She also was an usher for t
and Junior Prize Speaking. She was Miss Teed's valual
liked and admired by everyone because of her mod
THOMAS FRANCIS COTTER "Tom"
"What wisdom an you find that ir greater than kindness?"
"Torn" displayed his athletic ability by participating in basketball and track for four
years, football for three and baseball for one year. Versatility on his part was shown by
belonging to the Glee Club for three years, the History Club for one and the Netop Stal
During his junior year "Tom" was an alternate for Junior Prize Speaking and an usher
for the Junior Prom. He ably assisted as a Stage Manager for the Senior Play, and portrayed 'Q -1
"Noel", a friend of the family in the Christmas play, "The Goose Hangs High". "Tommy's" got a great sense of humor, but don't ever "kid" him about the Yankees! Oh, that ardent
JEROLD WILUAM CROWIJEY
"Tb: liberal .tonl :ball be rm
One of the more likeable boys in our class, "Jerry
extra-curricular activities. He did, however, participate
meetings during his senior year, and played with skil
"Janie". W -
WOODROW LEROY CUTLIER "Woody
"A: large as lile and twice ar natural."
"Wwdy" started out his freshman year with a bang-as a charter member of the
Ride Club. In his succeeding years he belonged to the Art and "T" Clubs and the Track
Team. "Woody" also worked on the ticket committee for our Senior Play, "Janie", and
rounded out a full schedule as a most effective tackle on the football eleven
GLORIA MARY DAUPHINAIS
"A joy tbafs rbared is a ioy rruu
As a Frosh, "Glo" ioined the Home Economics Cl
Squad during her Sophomore year. She also helped with
member of the imaginary "Working Girls' Club"!
HELEN FRANCES DELPHA "Butch"
"Ambition has no ren."
Busy, busy, busy! Twirling, being Lieutenant her senior year, planning and decorating
for our Sophomore Social, Junior Prom, and Freshman Hop gave Helen the needed outlets
for her ideas that always seemed to be popping up. She sang in the 'Girl's Glee Club for
two years and was a participant in Art, Camera, Community Service, and History Clubs.
She was on the costume committee for "Janie" and her artwork in Netop and "Indian
Trails" will be remembered, as will the old "Grandma Parker" in "Love Is Etemalf'
RICHARD WILLIAM DINSMORE
"Who learn: by finding out ha: seuenfold the :kill of h
"Dick's" exceptional acting ability won him third p
contest, and made him a contender in the American L4
Democracy contests. He belonged to the Band, Glee Clu
and was General Manager of the Magazine Project. Desp
a Pro Merito rating. He won the coveted Harvard Prizn
played the role of "Doctor Ward" in the Veterans' D
Cobum", the long-sufering father in "Janie." "Dick" i
and responsibilities of writing important articles for the '
accepted the task. It is through these we have found ow
RICHARD HENRY D1oN
"What people my you cannot do, you try and ind that you can."
Richard's voice blended with the Glee Club for three years. He was in the Art Club his
sophomore year, and was a very capable usher at the Junior Prom.
JOHN JAMES DONAHUE
"A merry heart maketh a cheerful 4
"Huey", in blue and white, was seen on the footb
manager in his sophomore year. He was active in baseball
in the History Club - especially around election time -
PAUL JOSEPH BMERY "F.metalds"
"We mam laugh before we ere happy, for fear we die before we laugh."
Paul effectively characterized "the auctioneer", heard, but not seen in the Veterans' Day
presentation, "Love is Eternal". But we did see "Emeralds" as a member of the French Club
and as "Carl Loomis" in "Janie" and heard him singing in the Boys' Glee Club. THOMAS GERALD FINCK
"Patience is a remedy for every
One of our class musicians, this quiet but friendly
by being in the Band for two years, and playing with tl
SUZANNE ALICE FISK "Sue"
"Genero.fity goes with good birth."
"Sue" wore the blue and white of the Band for three years. She was in the Art Club
for two years, and largely as a result of this training she was elected to the Decorating Com-
mittee of the Sophomore Social. She attended the History Club meetings her senior year,
and belonged to the Community Service Club for three years. "Sue" was also a capable
usher at the Junior Prize Speaking contest and in her senior year she served on the costume
committee of "Janie". "Susie" was a friend and companion as well as a classmate. An asset
to any class!
CAROLYN LOUISE FORTIN
'They ere never alone, that are accompanied
A Hash of a blonde "pony tail" - and "Carrie" we
Room 3 - Netop and Yearbook StaE headquarters. 1
Secretary of the Camera Club. She also gave of her tix
and to various dance committees. "Carries" hard work
resulted in a varsity position and she gave us "Mrs. Tod:
is Eternal", and "I-lortense Bennington" in the Senior Play
MARY ANN GAGNE
"A faithful friend is the medicine of life."
Mary' Ann, as a Bank Day cashier, decorator for the Junior Prom, and one responsible
for the refreshments at our Freshman Hop, labored willingly and with friendliness. She also
participated in the activities of the Home Economics, Camera, and History Clubs.
JOHN CHARLES GAIMARI
"lt become: 4 young nun to be 1
"Thumper", in contradiction to his nickname, proved
ber. As a Freshman he matched his shooting skill with
Club. John aided us immensely on the Ticket Committee
Q MAB GIGNAC "Jeanne"
"Sinurity and muh are Ibe basis of evefy virtue."
For four years, "Jeanne" was an interested member of the Art Club. She was an usher
for Junior Prize Speaking and on the decorating committee for the Junior Prom. "Jeanne"
'also displayed her domestic talents in the Home Economics Club during her freshman
year and as a make-up crew member for our Senior Play. l
DAVID BUCKLEY GMYRBK
"lVbat.rower thy band lindatb to do, do it
Being more than mildly enthusiastic about sports,
years and was a member of the "T" Club for three. D1
nature, he was an active member of the History Club durii
DAVID ALLEN GONYER "Dave"
"A workmen that needeth not to be ashamed."
In addition to a steady iob, "Dave" was a member for one year of the Color Guard
and represented our High School in the Jaycees' Road-E-O in his Junior year. He portrayed
the city-bred "Frank" in the Senior Play. His hobby was cars and we remember how we
enjoyed his enlightening us on the subject in Public Speaking.
LYNNE LOIS GRANT
"H er thought: are many, her wot
Lynne, the young lady with the very sweet smile
school in order to earn a little towards her college educa
she has managed to serve as a Bank Day Cashier. In h
of the Home Economics Club and in her senior year sh
the History and Art Clubs.
ROGER ROBERT GRANT "Rog"
"Great boper make great men."
"Rag" was a participant in many fields. He managed the 1954 football team and in his
second year as a member of the Color Guard was promoted to Captain. As assistant treasurer
of the Art Club two years and as a publicity manager for the Magazine Drive two years,
"Rog" was active, business-wise. He performed as "Joe Jerome" in "Janie", our Senior Play.
He spoke in the American Legion Oratorical Contest and made several sports posters - all
"A: merry as the day is lc
Petite Jeanette played a big part in extra-curricu
writing for the Netop and Yearbook Staffs, and holdi
Home Economics, Art, French, and History. Her talent i
for our Junior Prom.
NANCY RUTH JUDD -
"Manner, not gold, ir woman'.r bert adornmentf'
Nancy, being interested in music, was manager of the Distaffs, a vocal sextet, for three
years and was accompanist for Boys' Glee Club for one. She also belonged to the Band, was
chosen student director during her senior year, and was a member of the Girls' Glee Club and
Swingsters. She was an alternate for junior Prize Speaking and a delegate to Girls' Stare.
Nancy also belonged to the History, Camera, Art, and Community Service Clubs. She played
"Margaret" in the Columbus Day Play, served on the Properties Committee for the Senior
Play, and was an asset to the Netop and Yearbook Staffs.
LOUISE ESTELLE KELLEHER
"To win that wonder of the world, 4 :mile fro
Where there's activity, there's "Mickie"! A cheerleac
and performance won her the co-captainship in her senior
was a member of several clubs including the French, Art,
Glee Clubs of which she held the office of secretary. As a Jun
in "Love Is Eternal" and as "Thelma Lawrence" in the S4
dramatic talents. A tireless worker, "Mickie" devoted many
and Yearbook and our many dance committees. Believe iw
activities "Mickie" managed to maintain a Pro Merito rating
Good nature :J stronger than lomabawk:
Jeanne, the little girl with theworried little pucker between her eyebrows, as a fresh
man, wasted no time in getting into our extra-curricular activities. She joined the Home
Economics Club the Girls' Basketball Team, and the Tumbling Team. In her junior year
Jeanne became a "working girl", and had ro give up many'of her activities including
twirling. During this busy year, however, Jeanne managed to hnd time to usher at the
Junior Prom. '
PETER FRANK KOSCINSKI
"For truth halh better deeds than words
"Pict" demonstrated enthusiasm for sports by turnin
the football team and a year as Freshman Manager of th
of the "Patch Gang" was also instrumental in the success o
STANLEY HERMAN KOSCINSKI "Stash"
"All thing: are difficult before they are easy."
"Stash", one of the most athletic members in our class, belonged to the "T" Club for
four years. He earned these letters by playing two years of baseball, four years on the basket-
ball team, and two years on the football squad which he managed during his Junior and
Senior years. Besides singing in the Boys' Glee Club, he ushered at several class projects
and helped sell tickets for the Senior Play, "Janie". A boy who has often lifted the morale
of our football players when he himself could not play, we're proud to claim "Stash"
Koscinski as a "warrior" of the class of 1957.
, WILLIAM JOHN KOSTECKI
"Everything comes to bim who bustle:
One of our active farmers from Montague Center, "
many school activities. He did, however, show up in t
"janie". Remember that side-splitting five minutes when
the stage of the T.F.H.S. auditorium was serving as an
JOSEPH KOZIK "Elvis"
"A carefree and 4 jolly way be bad."
joe, as an outhelder on the diamond for three years and as a Frosh member of the
track team, displayed his sports enthusiasm. And "Elvis" wouldn't be "Elvis" without - you
guessed it - his guitar!
STACIA ALICE KROL
"Na wealth ir like the quiet n
In addition to being a valuable member of History 1
as a Bank Day Cashier. Her co-operativeness was also ver!
while ushering for junior Prize Speaking and as a men
Staffs. She also took part in the Community Service
Economics Club, and was in charge of Junior Prom and Fr
was also one of the properties crew for the Senior Play.
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JOAN ANN KRUZLIC "Joni" Q
"Speak boldly, and :peak truly, shame the devil." '
In "Joni's" freshman year she joined the Home Economics Club serving at various
sports' banquets. Her tumbling ability was highlighted for two years in the Variety Shows c 3213
and she was one of the make-up crew behind the scenes of "Janie," our Senior Play. "Joni's"
gay and outgoing manner did much to dispel tension in times of stress.
"Liberty of tbougbt is the life of t
"Gerry" our ''man-in-the-gray-flannel-suit" was most
the Netop and Yearbook Stalfs, and as a business manag
which he was also chosen alternate. "Martin Keele" of "Si
and so was smooth "Dick lawrence" of "Janie." History 1
included him among their members for two years, and i
Unity Park on a spring afternoon you no doubt saw "Gert
PAUL JOHN MICHAEL LAPINSKI
'The feurler: man is hir own salvation."
One-half of Paul's spare time was spent working and the other half in school activities.
He checked for the Junior Prom, was a member of the Camera Club, belonged to the very
active History Club, and was the electrician for the Senior Play.
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HAROLD RICHARD LEETE
, "A thing seriously pursued afar: tru
As a sophomore "Bucky" was elected vice-president 1
bered as the left-handed slugger on the T.F.H.S. base
BRIAN JAMES LETOURNEAU "Lits" I
"Speak low, if you :peak love." Q
"Lits" played football in his freshman year, but since he worked every afternoon in his
last two years of high school, "Lits" was unable to participate in extra-curricular activities.
He did, however, attend our school dances and ushered at the Sophomore Social, the Junior
Prom, and the Freshman Hop. A "smoothie" on the dance floor!
"A good reputation ir more valuable
"Rosie" may not have been heard much, but she
year she belonged to the Home Economics Club, and in
She attended History Club meetings for a year. Many 1
Prom were made by our quiet Senior, "Rosie", who adds
"Janie," by serving on the make-up committee. A worl
school responsibilities and activities "Rosie" baby-sat fo:
CANDACE ANNE McCARTHY "Candy"
"A good women if a hidden treasure, be who discover: ber will do well not to
boast about it."
If there were a working girls' club at T.F.H.S., "Candy", would no doubt, be among
its numbers! She managed, however, to be a clarinetist in the Band for three years and to
participate in the activities of the Art, History, Camera, and Community Service Clubs.
Perhaps she ushered you in at our "Soph" Social and "Hawaiian paradise". Besides these
she found time to help the costume committee for "Janie", A truly busy girl!
CONSTANCE ANN MILONAS
"Be of good cheer."
"Connie" was one of the "tops" on the Tumbling T
in the Glee Club, debated in the History Club, spoke F,
years and was a member of the Home Economics Club du
was one of those responsible for the delicious punch sen
but not least, "Connie" was a make-up artist for the Sen
EDITH REGINA MOLONGOSKI "Yai"
"Her ncatnur is outstanding: but her :mile is hotter still."
Our "Yai" played her "sax" in the-Band for four years, Orchestra for two, and Swing-
sters for three. She sang in the glee club two years, was in Camera Club, Art, Community
Service, and History Clubs. "Yai" was also an alternate Prize Speaker, was adorably carry
aa "Jane" in "Seventeenth Summer", and made an excellent assistant to the coach for the
Senior Play. She ushered at the Sophomore Social and Junior Prom and she contributed a
great deal of time as a member of the business stalis of the Netop and Yearbook. Another
of the "venatiles"i
ANTHONY JOSEPH MOSCA
"I: not life 4 hundred time: foo short for as
"Andy" could always be found in there "lighting
played football, baseball, and basketball and was on the
president for a year and ushered at the Junior Prom and
also among those in the History Club, Glee Club, and '
DAVID NEWTON MOSHER "Dave"
'Truth is mighty and will prevail."
One of the ticket salesmen of "Janie" and a popular member of the Boys' Glee Club,
"Dave" also attended the meetings of the History Club and the Arr Club, joining the
Camera Club as a senior. "Dave" still maintained his active participation in basketball which
be began as a junior.
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ROBERT MICHAEL MURPHY
"Truth, whither it is in or out of fashion, ir the
Baseball for four years and captainship his last two w
"Bob", also known as "Murph". He was on the Freshman
basketball for two years. The Boys' Glee Club, "'l"' Club
him as an active member. Sports writer for the Junir
ushered at the Sophomore Social and Junior Prom. And
trayed "Ronnie," the "hen-pecked" son, in our Christmas
SARAH MARGARET MURPHY ' Sa y
'True humor springs not more from the head than ffom the heart!
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With the same peppiness that made her our outstanding Drum Majorette, "Sally" par-
ticipated in a large number of activities. She tumbled for three years, was a twirler for two,
sang in the Girls' Glee Club and All State Chorus, and was a Chmera, History, and Art
"Clubber." "Murph" was also on the news staEs of Netop and Yearbook, and was an Ofhce,
Girl during her junior year. She was chosen as an alternate Prize Speaker and ushered at ,Q
several class functions. We'll remember her "Margie" in "Seventeenth Summer," "julia" in
"The Goose Hangs High," and "Paula" in the Senior Play!
CHRISTINE MARIE PARENTEAU
"Young in limbs, in judgmen
"Chris" was the clever author of some of the news
also on our "Indian Trails" Staff. Her other afternoons we
Camera, Art, History, Community Service Clubs and "
acted as "la secretairen her senior year. "Chris" made her
"Rhoda," the maid, in "The Goose Hangs High" and al
for "Janie" Usheting at our Sophomore Social and Juni
KENNETH RAYMOND PATNODE "Mort"
'Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves."
Using his artistic talents, "Mort" has done a tremendous amount for our class aiding
the decorators for the Sophomore Social and acting as co-chairman of decorations for the
Junior Prom and Freshman Hop. Athletically, he was a member of the basketball, track,
and football teams his freshman year, being manager of the latter in 1956. As a senior, gi ,
"Kenny" belonged to the History and Boys' Glee Clubs, played the part of a soldier in our
Senior Play, and was an able art editor of the Netop and Yearbook staffs. Whenever a
"worker" was needed, "Mort" was always a willing hand.
"The most useless day of all is that in which u
Francis was a part of the unbeaten Freshman Footbu
our "After-the-Prom" clean-up committee and for two yeai
Club - naturally!
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"Let us work without disputingf it is the only way to render life tolerable."
Because Felix was employed during the hours devoted to extra-curricular affairs, he was
unable to ioin any organization. His popularity was insured, however, by his friendliness
and good nature.
SHIRLEY JEAN PEASE
"It is character that makes bca
An industrious worker, "Shirl" was an active member
and Community Service Club for two years, and the Came
basketball and tumbling for two years, and was a bank c
Senior years. She aided our biggest senior activity by sell
think of "Shirl" we think of "pizza". How she liked thosi
ANN bolus Pnnvslua
"Life without mirth is a lamp without oil."
The lovable "Mummy Sally" of "Love Is Eternal", our Veterans' Day Play, was Ann,
who was also a Bank Day Cashier and Office Girl. During her four years she was a member
of the History, Camera, French, and Community Service Clubs. Not only was Ann an usher
and a willing committee worker for many high school activities but she also managed to
maintain a Pro Merito ratins. The make-up on the players of "Janie" was also her handi-
work. And where would our Netop and "Indian Trails" have been without Ann's typing? 1 ,
BERNARD STANLEY JOHN PLAZA
"A man without ambition is like a womar
A member of the Prom Checking Committee, "Be
Guards for two years. Being a man of many talents, he v
ager on our Netop and "Indian Trails" Staffs, and excelh
On the academic side, "Bern" belonged to "Le Cercle Fra
sYLvrA MAY PLUTA '-svr'
"All succeeds with people who are of sweet and cheerful disposition."
"Syl" belonged to the Girls' Glee Club and Camera Club for three years, and she par-
ticipated in the activities of the French and History Clubs for two years. "Syl" wrote for the
Netop and Yearbook and served on the make-up committee for Senior Play. She also took
part in the Art Club for one year, the Community Service Club for four years, and main-
tained a Pro Merito rating. "Syl" willingly accepted the responsibilities of being our Ex-
change Editor which is iust one example of her co-operativeness and sportsmanship. Always
time to help - that's our Sylvia!
EDWARD FRANCIS POWERS
"There is no hetter looking-glass than
One of the quieter members of our class, "Eddie"
friendly smile and constant helpfulness. "Eddie"
PATRICIA LEE REIPOLD "Pat"
'The greatest admiration gives rise, not to words, but to silence."
"Pat" was a most responsible Clptain of Twirlers after two Years as a line twirler her-
self. She served as a Bank Day Cashier and as a Community Service Club member. "Pat" '
sang in the Girls' Glee Club and, as an offshoot of that, was one of the six well-known '
"DistaHs". Being on the make-up committee for the Senior Play, "Janie", was another of her
"This world belongs to the enm
"Bob" played "Jack" in "Seventeenth Summer," "Brad
and "Rodney" in the senior play, "Janie," and as a junior s
of which he was also a business manager. He was an ed
"Bob" was a four year Track Team member, and a His:
Being a Pro Merito did not mean "Bob" was by any mean
and joking - we're proud to say he was a member of ou
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EUGENE O. RICHOTTE "Brush"
"Let him write on the door: that he ir bury."
To return to classes after serving in the Armed Forces must be quite a change. "Brush"
however, acclimated himself to it and became a friendly, active member of our class. To him
CAROLYN ANN RIEL
"S be, that was ever fair and never proud, had tongue at
Carolyn, a willing worker, was in many activities 1
Economics Club for a year and the Girls' Glee Club for t
ment committee for the Sophomore Social and as a junio
Graduation and Class Day, as well as being on the in
Because of her eiliciency and willingness to work she wa
years and an office girl for one year. Carolyn was a mem
Netop and Yearbook Staffs. ln addition, she portrayed "
"Seventeenth Summer" and won the coveted part of "Tin
spite of, or perhaps because of, a very full schedule Cars
ROBERT EDWARD RIVET "Riv"
"Silence is the perfectett herald of joy."
During his freshman and sophomore years, "Riv" was one of our busiest athletes, play-
ing football, basketball, and baseball. He ushered at the Sophomore Social, the Junior Prom,
and the Freshman Hop and served on the decorating committee of the Sophomore Social.
"Riv", a popular member of our class, was also a member of the "T" Club and the French
Club, and helped on the ticket end of "Janie".
"N 0 one is really beaten until be is
Three years found Dave working hard as a tackle
positions on a football team. He played basketball four
Club the same number of years. He was a decorator fo
year Boys' Glee "Clubber".
ALBERT L. SAULNIER "Albie"
"Entbuxia.rm is Ibe greatert axret in fbi: world.
It bean money and power and influence."
"A1bie" was in all key spots during his four years at T.F.H.S. and was always ready to
lend a helping hand. He was a member of the basketball team for four years, the baseball
team for two years and the track team for three years. "Albie" ushered at the Sophomore
Social and the Junior Prom. He was a member of the "T" Club for two years, sang in the
Boys' Glee Club for three years, was a member of the Art Club for one year and attended
History Club meetings for three years. He was also a member of the "Indian Trails" Staff, a
sports editor for both the Junior and Senior Netop, and a Stage Manager for "Janie", our
Senior Play. We've listed his activities, but the one thing we'll always remember about
"Albie" that you'll never find in a list in his sincere manner and keen sense of humor.
NANCY ANN SCHAB
"Her wayr are way! of pleaxantnesx and all lf
Nancy put in four full years at T.F.H.S. She was a
munity Service Club, a three year tumbler, guard on the G
ber of the Art Club and Girls' Glee Club. Nancy was alsi
remembered decorations at our Sophomore Social and jui
her contribution to making our Senior play "what it was",
CHARLES LEROY SELL "Charlie"
'There it no man living who cannot do more than he tbinkx be can."
"Charlie", the mechanic of our class, devoted much of his time to automobiles, but as
a Senior he was a member of the ticket committee of "Janie". Although he was not in many
activities, "Charlie" gained many friends as a result of his friendliness and sincerity.
RONALD CHARLES SICARD
"Tbey're only great who are truly
"Ronnie" was one of the most outstanding athletes of 1
ing varsity football for four years, track for two years, basl
for one year. "Ronnie" ushered at the Sophomore Social, J
Prom, and the Freshman Hop. He will be remembered as
Senior Play, "Janie", Besides this he also found time to b
and to sing with the Boys' Glee Club for one year. "Ror
by the Class of '57 as the athlete with the gentle manner.
1 LEON LEONARD SIRUM
ANN MILDRED SILVER
"Praise ir deeper than the liprf'
Ann was one of the quiet members of our class. She was interested in sports and man-
aged to play on the Girls' Basketball Team for two years. She faithfully served with the
Community Service Club for four years and regularly attended the meetings of the History
Club for one year. And let's not forget her help as an enthusiastic member of the ticket
committee for the Senior Play!
"An honest man? the nobler! wor
Leon was a quiet and respected member of our class
work during most of his four years at T.F.H.S., yet he s
Club during his Junior and Senior years and to give a
junior Prom decorating committee and as a stage manag
BARTLEY GERARD SMITH "Bart"
"The only way to have a friend ir lo he one."
"Bart", from Millers Falls, was one of the line members of our class. In his final years
at T.F.H.S. "Bart" proved to be an enthusiastic member of the Boys' Glee Club and sang
tenor in the double quartet. He was also one of the busy ushers at the Freshman Hop.
"Bart" ably portrayed the part of father in the play "Seventeenth Summer" and the under-
standing "John Van Brunt" in the Senior Play. As far as driving went, his ability was shown
when he captured third place in the Junior Chamber of Commerce's Road-E-O contest. It
was for these reasons we are proud to have "Bart" as a member of the Class of 1957.
PATRICIA ANN TETREAULT
"Beauty it the gift of Goa
"Tate's" musical appreciation was evidenced by the
for four years. She ushered at the Sophomore Social, th
Hop. She was a member of the Netop and "Indian Trails
tory and French Clubs for two years, and clicked with tl'
place in the Community Service Club was held by her fc
Art Club for two years, and as a junior, "Pat" was an al
at that function. Let's not forget "Lorraine" in the play "
portrayed by our "Tate" on Columbus Day, nor her a
Veterans' Day Play and the Senior Play.
CLAIRE DIANE THIBODEAU
"A Jolt answer turrxeth away wrath."
One of the musicians of the class, Claire devoted four years to the Band, three to Girls'
Glee Club, and was accompanist for the Distaifs. She regularly attended the meetings of the
Art, French, History and Camera Clubs and was the Victorian grandmother of "The Goose
Hangs High", our Christmas play. Claire was one of the charming ushers for the Sophomore
Social, Graduation, and Class Day and was partly responsible for the properties for "Janie"
A full schedule Claire -- may you continue your many interests long after high school is
but a memory.
JEAN MARIE THOMPSON
"A good example is the bert re
Jean's activities in high school have ranged from me
Club in her freshman year to being one of the valuable t1
Sta.Hs. She was a J.V. cheerleader and an usher for our
and worked back-stage on make-up for the Senior Play.
as a Bank Day Cashier and still had time to work at the
forget little Jean with her tireless energy!
GERALD EDWARD TIBBETTS "Jerry"
"Friendship is a world without end."
"jerry" was a baseball player during his hrst year in high school, but devoted his atten-
tion to the Boys' Glee Club for the remainder of his stay here. In addition, he served on the
committee for the class ring and decorations for the Sophomore Social. "Jerry" was also an art
editor for Netop and Yearbook. Lest we forget, "Jerry" was the Arthur Murray of the class
- what a ballroom dancer!
NEIL BAKER TOMPKINS
"A good heart is better than all the heads
Neil, one of our best athletes and a member of the
our football team in his senior year, and also took part
He contributed much time and effort as a member of t
Junior Prom, as a Stage Manager for the Senior Play, a
Netop and "Indian Trails." Neil proved his versatility by a
Club and a Prize Speaker. His comic interpretation of "
enthusiastically received. Neil was not only the best loved
entire school. To know Neil was to love him!
CBCILB VBRRIBR "Ceil"
"G4iety without eclipse."
"Ceil" belonged to the Home Economics Club and the Community Service Club in her
freshman year. During her sophomore year she became a J.V. Cheerleader and was elected
captain a year later. During her senior year "Ceil" was a Varsity Cheerleader and also man-
aged to participate in the Art and French Clubs. Remember "Ceil" as the girl who strained
her vocal chords to such an extent while cheering that nothing remained but a whisper for
her classes. However, she did 'manage to regain enough volume to make her quite a capable
ticket seller for our Senior Play, "Janie".
JACQUELINE JEAN VERRIER
"The mildert manner: and the gent,
"Jackie" played the clarinet in the band for one year,
of music as a member of Girls' Glee Club and Distaffs for h
club member, she has participated in the Art, Camera, l
chosen secretary of the latter in her senior year. "Jackie
and the Girls' Softball Team in her sophomore year. In at
the Netop and Yearbook, she has found time to belong
capture first prize for her moving "Portrait of Jenny" i
Todd" in the Veterans' Day play, "Love ls Eternal", and
still maintain a Pro Merito rating.
IEONARD EARL WHITE "Lenny" 'tlli i
'The kind of work I like is the kind of work that I should do." 'F
Outside responsibilities kept "Lenny" from participating in any activities. He was, how-
ever, well liked by all for his friendliness and sincerity, and we are glad he is a member of
the class of "S7".
FRANCIS STANLEY WOJTASIEWICZ
"Nothing endures but personal qq
Working every afternoon as a clerk and stockboy has
of us and has given him experience - plus!
BARBARA ANN WYMAN "Barb"
'Through ber expressive eyes ber soul distinctly spoke."
This Lieutenant of twirling was a Bank Day Cashier and Library Aid. She belonged to
the History, Art, and Community Service Clubs and was the treasurer of the Camera Club
her senior year. On the decorating committee for the Sophomore Social, she was also co-
chairman of the ushering committee for our Junior Prom. A member of the Girls' Glee Club,
of which she was librarian, and the Netop and Yearbook Staffs, "Barb" also was in the
Christmas Play in her sophomore year, and tickled our funny bones as "Bernadine Dodd" in
"Janie". We'll always remember those big, beautiful brown eyes, "Barb"!
FRANCIS JOSEPH ZAK
"Trouble, like the bill ahead, stmigbtens out wb.
"Vicious" did not take part in a great many activitie
for himself a place on the tennis team during his last tl
on the ticket committee for the Senior Play. If you ever ses
look on the T.F. tennis court, it will probably be our "Vicio
BERNARD JOSEPH ZEWINSKI
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the Junior Prom. "Zoo" also managed to be a faithful member of the Camera and History
Clubs, and sold tickets for "Janie". "Zoo" has endeared himself to both young and old
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memories that they shall never be forgotten. On a brisk Septemb
as Freshmen, entered the Turners Falls High School. Though v
burning desire to become engaged in its numerous activities, rr
spent learning the basic functions of the curriculum, including, rr
our immature minds, detentions and help slips. Wild excitemen
dragged through out first receiving line at the Freshman Hop.
of the class of 1957 sprang into evidence early as we cheered out ov
team and runner-up Western Massachusetts basketball squad, wh
our class became important band members. Though completely u
begun our ascent up the steep steps towards graduation.
With the satisfaction gained through the success of our first
we looked towards our Sophomore year with great anticipation z
our class oflicer elections resulted in the choice of capable leaders
whose talents were clearly evident in bringing about the splendi
class project, the Sophomore Social. The intensive pride in a job s
operation that stemmed from this dance was to follow our class clo:
of our enjoyable years in high school.
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made our presence as juniors obvious to the entire student body, by one methoc
another. junior year, highlighted by Prom and Prize Speaking, found the class of 1
assuming some responsibility and leadership for a short period, a task we hap
accepted. Our jittery Prize Speaking tryouts brought out our class's dramatic ab
and versatility, and our gifted Prize Speakers represented the class of 1957 with a
markable performance and display of talent. Before we knew it, our shiny shoes
soft colored gowns were twirling to and fro on the sea side, veranda of a distant Sc
Sea Island resort, while actually, we were at the junior Prom with its Hawaiian b
drop and theme. Our prominence was short lived, however, as we again took a l
seat and watched the seniors make room for us.
We were Seniors now, ready to assume our place as school leaders in neatly e'
extra-curricular activity. Only now did we fully realize that high school was so sl
Promptly we started our Netop and Yearbook tasks, and our countless duties bee
smoothly forged into the crowded schedules of the class of 1957. Then we, "Old Han
had our chance to usher the giggling, half-frightened "Frosh," to their first Hop as
were once reluctantly escorted. Daysflew into months, and soon it was Senior Play ti
with the late rehearsals, packed house, and shaking knees. Then we again became
terested spectators until the class of 1957 proudly donned its graduation caps
gowns, our job was finished. High School was now a short chapter in Life's book.
were now ready to take our places in the wide, wonderful world. We turned anoi
page. Would it hold as much as those before it? Only time, the enigmatic judge cc
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NAME MY CHIEF
Peggy Abbott James Dean
Robert Abbott Bob Murphy
Beverly Adie Red Sox
Rose Marie Collette
Mary Ann Gagne
S. G. C. W.
Casper C. Milktoast
Adlai and Estes
Randy, U. S. N.
A clarinet player
My little sister
A. E. and J. B.
S. F. and B. S.
7 X 10
"Joe" and his guitar
F. D. Roosevelt
Chris and her brains
Assistant in any job
Owner of Sneaky Pete's
So who's ambitious?
Beat Greenfield in basketball
To have nothing to do
Air line hostess
A good housewife
Pilot in U. S. A. F.
To get married
First class mechanic
To marry "my hero"
Plant shipper of the U. S.
Sing and play in a band
Boys on the team when
J. R. J.
"Smokey" the bear
Abbott, Rivet and
Grandmother - Mrs.
Artist or Baseball player
Have a family
Mother of four
Get out of school
To be another Elvis
To be like my father
To leave A. T. a printing
To bop like Sam
To drive a Jaguar
Own an oil well
Own Ed's Store
B. A.g Mrs.
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We, the chieftains of the class of '57, do hereby commi
upon our fellow warriors at the Turners Falls High.
Abbott leaves his girl-chasing ability to Harvey Atkins and Joh
"Bev" Adie wills her Elvis Presley Fan Club to Susan Zmuda.
"Bart" and "Bob" leave the open road to Turners to Ralph Semb a
"Bill" Beves and "Ray" Cosby leave their vibrating tom-toms to ug
The "Kats of Casino 23" leave Mr. Oakes with clean black boa
"Murph" and Mosca leave june's dog in Millers Falls, instead of o
jason Clark leaves his Ford to any Juniors who want to start a jun
See that car on Montague City Road? Dale left it there as a ha
Neil would leave his muscles but he coundn't get along without tl
Helen Delpha leaves to hear wedding bells real soon tif: 1 of the
Paul Emery leaves the lights off for two Juniors to find the switch
Gloria Dauphinais leaves her Room 23 "Miss Rheingold" title to
"Dick" Martineau leaves his brother, "Billy," to the mercy of I
trucks to future lumberjacks.
"jerry" Kuklewicz and Carolyn Riel leave their taxi service to
"joe" "Elvis" Kozik leaves his guitar. fE1vis has intentions of gett
"Charlie" Sell leaves his M.G. to Lee Ward.
"Sammy" Taylor leaves movin' 'n groovin' with "the Hound."
"Slinkey Sal" leaves her baton to anyone who has the muscles 1
"Dave" and Nancy leave the perfect schedule for those sneaky locl-
"Connie" Milonas saddles her bronco to rope Louie out West.
"Rochie" leaves his reserved room at the Farren to "Lenny" Dotc
john Charron leaves a can of tomatoes and a bucket of golf balls.
"jerry" Crowley leaves with Uncle Sam to buck for General.
The "Grants" leave to attempt future promotion at the Grand Un
"Barb" and "Bev" leave a more peaceful "Slippery Gap" to "Barb"
"Deac" leaves behind his campaign stickers, and eagerly awaits
"Peggy," Mary Ann, "Gert," and "Rosie" leave "Barb" Durant in p
"Albie" leaves his ability to flirt to his sister, Linda.
Brian Letourneau, "Woody" Cutler, and "Bob" Rivet leave th
conduct in history to Gary Plante and "Bob" Sweeney.
"Jackie" Verrier finally leaves her gilded seat in Room 3.
"Tony" and "Bernie" leave ad-hunting to any juniors who think tl
Jeanette Housman and jean Gignac leave their telephone line buz
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jean Kellyhouse leaves the "5 8: 10" empty. ,
"Lenny" White leaves with the gas pedal to the floor.
Claire Thibodeau leaves, finally at peace because "Mort" won't be around.
"Dave" Russell leaves for his garage on Deerfield Street.
"Brush" Richotte leaves his friendliness and ambition as a credit to the Class of '57.
"Patty" Reipold leaves for jack and church bells.
"Eddy" Powers leaves his typing ability to anyone who can match it.
Sylvia Pluta gives her ability to go steady to Jeanette Robert.
Felix and Francis Paulin make room for the future Paulins.
Stacia Krol, Ann Pervere, and Jean Thompson leave broken nails and battered ty
writers to future courageous typists of the Netop and Yearbook Staff.
"Susie" Fisk leaves T. F. H. S. to her brother, Pete.
Sylvia Clough leaves - still blushing.
Carol Corbin leaves her "bomb" to anyone who dares to operate it.
Shirley Pease and Nancy Schab leave "Ozie" and "Bob" to no one.
"Stash" Koscinski, "Rosie" Malinowski, Francis Vlojtasiewicz, Paul Lapinski, and "E
Kostecki leave their names to anyone who attempts to spell them.
"joanie" leaves her book, entitled "How to Win Friends and Influence Men."
"Dick" Dinsmore leaves his Pro Merito rating to Carmen Deprete.
Richard Dion, "Tom" Finck, and "Dave" Gonyer leave their hot rods to the car fic
"Vicious" Zak leaves his tennis racket.
"Bernie" Zewinski and "Pete" Koscinski make tracks for Duda's.
"Carrie" Fortin leaves her house for future senior parties.
"Yaj" leaves her Cheez-its to whoever can afford to buy three boxes a week.
"Butch" Baird leaves his dry humor at the Recorder.
Ann Silver may give up her captaincy, but she refuses to leave her Red Sox scrapbool
john Avery and "Gerry" Tibbetts leave their crooning ability to john Dion and "J
"Ronnie" Sicard leaves a map of Montague City and his "other places" Cahemb to vu
ever wants it.
"Tommy" Cotter leaves "Chink."
"Candy" and "Chris" leave munching Garden Theatre popcorn.
Pat "Tate" leaves for G. H. S. and R. R.
"Bucky" Leete leaves for the wide, blue yonder.
Joyce Cossett leaves with her sweet personality.
"Elly" Wallenius leaves her Indian headdress to next year's Turners Falls queen.
Leon Sirum leaves his friendly smile to somber people.
"Dave" Gmyrek leaves his sister to cheer on for Turners.
"Mickie" Kelleher leaves the Basketball Team. lAnyone interested in buying a pai
slightly used knee guards?D
Kenneth Patnode leaves his unique chuckle to Ralph Faulkner.
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I can see them now, those stacks of books,
And all the teachers' puzzling looks
When noticing some of your childish quips
That sometimes led to detention slips.
The cheering stands at a football game,
An honor roll proudly bearing your name.
The crowded dances in the gym
With receiving lines and the lights turned dim.
The Glee Clubs and the one-act plays,
And the way you waited for Saturdays.
The struggling you had in learning math
Or the times you walked the beaten path
To the oliice for some bad deed,
And the principals advice that you would heed.
The times you memorized "an entire page"
Or watched a performer on the stage.
The leadership offered by your guidance adviser,
That planned your moves and made you wiser.
The homeroom with its eternal chatter
And "good ole teach" wondering what was the matter
Room Three with its "secret" door
And the tiring walk to the third floor.
The recess scramble for the cafe,
To have a snack and an occasional laugh.
The crowded halls and one o'clock bell,
And the hope your teacher was feeling well.
Senior English and Shakespeare's quotes,
And how you passed those sneaky notes.
The Netop and the Yearbook staffs,
Lots of work and lots of laughs.
Yes, I can see them clearly,
The memories we will cherish dearly,
Of your first day to the very last
High school with its wonderful past.
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Headed by an outstanding slate of officers - president,
Samuel Taylorg vice-president, john Charrong secretary,
Jacqueline Verrierg treasurer, Richard Martineau - Mr.
Garrahan's History Club enjoyed one of its most successful
years. As this was an election year, the energies of the mem-
bers were devoted, at one meeting, to a discussion of the
relative merits of the various candidates and their re-
spective parties. The Republican interests were upheld by
Richard Martineau and Rich
ones by Albert Saulnier and l
At the january meeting
was Resolved: "The Unitec
is an effective instrument of
stand were john Avery and
berg and Gerald Kuklewicz z
LE CERCLE FRANCAIS
Under the able guidance of Miss Porter, faculty advisorg
Richard Martineau, presidentg and Richard Dinsmore, vice-
presidentg the members of l.e Cercle Francais held many
enjoyable and informative meetings, highlighted by the
annual, fun-filled Christmas Party. At this time refresh-
ments were served, songs were sung, and gifts were ex-
changed. French movies and games provided ideal en-
tertainment for the monthlv meetings which were caoablv
recorded by Christine Part
Paulin, treasurer, managed
These hard working officers
bers at the re-organization 1
The other senior members
Verrier, Elinor Wfallenius, E
Cecile Verrier, Jeanette He
stance Milonas. Beverlv Adi
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The growing Camera Club is the ideal organization for
the ardent photographers of the future. Highlights of the
group, under supervision of Mr. Oakes, are the annual
photograph contest, an educational trip, and instructive
lectures by various guest speakers. Officers of this years
club are Beverly Adie, president, Tony Blassberg, vice-
presidentg Carolyn Fortin, secretary, and Barbara Wyman,
treasurer. Other senior rr
Krol, Constance Milonas,
Mary Ann Gagne, Rosema
ueline Verrier, Ann Perv
lenius, Claire Thibodeat
Parenteau, Thomas Finck
Miss Mery O'Brien, the new supervisor, and Raymond
Cosby, this years capable president, kept the Art Club busy
with interesting projects which included decorating the
stage for the Christmas Concert and Variety Show. Roger
Grant, jean Gignac, David Mosher, Nancy Judd, David
Russell, and Cecile Verrier made up the senior members,
but the feshmen, sophomores, and juniors backed up the
groups work also. Besides
these students, they can al
and statewide contests. All
to this club, for their mee
furnish both fun and inspii
the Clubs artistic enterpr
COMMUNITY SERVICE CLUB
The Farren Memorial Hospital has been one of the major
projects of the Community Service Club. Under the super-
vision of Miss Mciiillicuddy, the members have decorated
the hospital windows with wreaths, arranged center pieces
for bedside tables, and made favors for the patients' dinner
trays during the holiday season. These energetic club mem-
bers also held a house to h
donations for this worthy in
Among their other eomrr
for the Polio and Heart fun
successful as the hospital pre
tion and willingness to wor
plishments have been made.
These girls have voluntarily given up their study periods
to serve as library aids. Under.the supervision of Miss
Mcliillieudy, these students cheek in-coming and out-going
books, locate material for bewildered students, and gen-
erally aid in the numerous ras
The entire body is grateful t
keeping our library running 1
Under the able direction of Mr. Wrightson's secretary,
Phyllis Nelson, these girls willingly gave up their study
periods to help with various duties in the ofhce. Each girl
applied her business training to the many tasks occuring
each dayg signing passes, typing, or rushing around with a
notice in time for the second bell. The combined efforts
of these girls helped to rr
organization that it is.
Silver, Sandra Rugg, Cari
Gignac, and Carol Desau
Phyllis during the year.
BANK DAY CASHIERS
We have seldom had a group of girls who have been
more capable in handling their respective jobs as Bank Day
Cashiers. The girls have enjoyed helping other students
save their money for future use. Shirley Pease and Ann
Pervere have proved to be two fine leaders in the organi-
zation who unselfishly gave up their time in order to be
of service to their classmates and townsfolk. To them we
offer a note of thanks frc
The hard working sen
are: Sylvia Clough, Nanc
Fortin, Patricia Reipold, 1
Abbott, Rose Marie Co
Gagne, and Helen Delphz
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Patient, pleasant, and persevering, is our capable driver
education teacher, Mr. Fugere, who has once more made it
possible for a number of students to receive their precious
drivers' licenses. Between the near-collisions and the quite
poor memories of certain pupils, it is truly a miracle that
not one of them has failed
Fugere had not utilized his
many situations, we would r
or not some students would
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
Miss Reum and the girls of the Home Economics Club
have done a splendid piece of work with many different
projects throughout the year. One of the biggest events
on their schedule was the annual football banquet. A full
course turkey dinner was successfully prepared and deeply
appreciated by the boys and their guests. In addition, at
all home games, hot coffee z
these girls and their most cat
Without the aid of Miss Rc
Club, many of our social acti
They are indeed to be congi
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Boasting the largest membership in the history of our
school, this years High School Band, under the guidance of
Mr. Weitier, has enjoyed a very successful season. Stepping
proudly out in crisp, new uniforms, this organization has
ahly represented our school and traditions of sportsmanship
at its many appearances.
The seniors who proud
Student Conductor, Nancy
ard Dinsmore, Edith Mo
Thibodeau, William Beves
reason to be proud of tl
foremost student activities
This thirty-six member organization although composed
entirely of underclassmen, was a part of the seniors' activi-
ties. Many afternoons were devoted by this group, and its
director, Mr, Weiner, in preparation of its performances
at Prize Speaking and our
sional and recessional ma
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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
A club which possesses a great deal of talent and en-
thusiasm is bound to be successful. The Girls' Glee Club
is a striking example of this. Under the direction of Miss
Argy, the girls held rehearsals every Tuesday afternoon.
The meetings were opened by the president, Beverly Reum,
who called for the secretary's and the treasurer's reports,
which were read by Louise l
After the music was passe
brarian, the club memben
Concert, Variety Show, and
work and diligence was cel
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
1956-1957 proved to be one of the most successful sea-
sons for the Boys' Glee Club, due, in no small measure, to
the fine leadership of Miss Florence Argy and the rapid
growth of interest in choral groups.
Rehearsals for the club were held two days a week be-
fore school. By showing excellent spirit and by making
good use of the time, the club was able to turn out many
interesting and varied programs. The first was the Rotary
Football Banquet which w
Assembly and the Christma
During the quieter wintm
to practice diligently and mr
Variety Show and the Mus
ists this year were john A
the able accompanist was IN
Matching the same spirit that marked our teams for
recognition, our ten Varsity Cheerleaders backed the boys
consistently and with their enthusiasm bred enthusiasm in
others. Rallies, highlighted by speeches and inter-class
vocal competitions, reached their acme with the one pre-
ceding the Thanksgiving Day Football Game and the high-
est spirits from that rally were carried over into the actual
Co-captained by our "v
Joyce Cossett, Carolyn Fo
Clancy, june Denkiewicz,
ski, sophomore Bonnie L:
Verrier and Barbara Dzei
ning and practicing which
ing from a job well done.
JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS
The junior Varsity Cheerleaders added novel routines
to their peppy cheers which resulted in an "energy-packed"
squad brim full of school spirit. Fine talent and sheer spunk
were the qualities these girls had in order to make them
"top-notch" performers now, and trophy winners in the
future. By sacrificing their recess periods and afternoons
in order to gain precision, these underclassmen showed
their willingness to help
Because they have di:
early in their high school
"up and coming" teams a
ments and honors.
A forward march co.
whistle antl our snappy 'l
accompanied by the bar
Drum Majoretre Sally l
Patricia Reipold and our .
Wyman and Helen Delp
way to football games, l
local activities. Credit is
many hours spent in pc
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"Guidance" proved to be one of the most valuable
organizations during our school years. ln the compact, but
neat guidance room, we searched through numerous book-
lets and pamphlets to gain information about different
careersg whether it be the armed services, college, or com-
mercial work. Here we r
Oakes, to discuss and f
Now as we are taking t
known and hopeful futu
final decisions to the "pr
PRO MERITO SOCIETY
Although this organization has no regular monthly meet-
ings, its achievements rank among the highest of all extra
curricular activities. lt's goal is a B average throughout
four years at T. F. H. S. and only self-discipline and per-
severance can help acquire and maintain this average. Its
only rewards are a tiny gold pin and the complete satis-
faction of a job well done. To these scholarly members:
Ann Pervere, Jeannette I
ueline Verrier, Samuel '
Plaza, Christine Parentez
Richard Martineau, Shi
Kelleher, and Sylvia Plu
success in whatever aims
OUR JUNIOR PROM
On a certain spring night in May, under the spell of a danced happily under a most
sunny beach and clear blue water' backdrop, we were magi- deed, few nights will be as joyi
:ally transported to romantic Hawaii. Yes, this was the will be more cherished.
1ight of our junior Prom. For three wonderful hours we
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'Junier Prize Speaking Contest
MISS ALICE TEED, Dramatic Coach
Friday, May 4, 1956 - Turners Falls High School
l. The Terrible Miss Dove ,,, ,,,,,,i ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, Frances Cray Patton
2. Listen to the People., ,,,, , ,,,,,,,.,, ,.,.,N,,StepIzen Vincent Benet
3. Meet Me in Saint Louis ,,,,,..,,,,,,i..,. ,,,.,,, .,,,,,..,,,, Sally Benson
4. Winterset ,,,,,,,,,,-,,-,. .,,,,,,.,,,, ,W ,.,.,,,,, Maxwell Anderson
Piano Selection: Rustle of Spring..-Christian Sinding
5. Her Twelve Men., ,,.,i,,,, - ,,..,,, ,., .... .,-,..-,,.-,.,.,...Louise Baker
6. When the Nenroses Bloom .........., ..... .... - - ...,. W eare Holbrook
7. Portrait of Jennie, ,.........,..... .......-.. ........... -,. Robert Nathan
3. Cyrano'z4 Point of Prominent? ...,....... .., ....,.,, Edmund Rostand
Anthony Blassberg Thomas Cotter
Gerald Kuklewicz Bernard Plaza Robert Richards
Kay Greene, W. H. A. I.
Harold I.eVanway, Editor - Recorder-Gazelle
Woodbridge Brown, W. H.A. I.
Orchcstran, .,..., ,... . ,,.. - ..,..,.,-.--,.- ...... Benjamin Weiner, Director
After weeks of intei
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on that magic evening
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begun. As the evening
had been treated to
talented juniors, whose
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novelist, and many at
for her flawless interpt
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This year's first production, "Seventeenth Summer,"
dealt warmly with the multiple problems of the
adolescent Angie, who is not only busily preparing
for the breathtaking experience of her very first
date, but is also confronted with the task of ex-
plaining the situation to her decidely "tom-boyish"
younger sister. The members of the cast were Elinor
Wallenius, Robert Richards, Edith Molongoski, Sally
Murphy, Gerald Kuklewicz, Beverly Reum, Patricia
Tetreault, Nancy Judd, Bartley Smith, and Carolyn
"THE GOOSE HANGS HIGH"
Our Christmas presentation, "The Goose Hangs
High," concerned itself with the Christmas holidays
and their effect on Mr. and Mrs. Ingals, portrayed by
Elinor Wallenius and Robert La Roche. Their self-
centered children, Beverly Reum, john Charron and
Robert Richards, turned in equally fine performances.
Others in the cast were Claire Thibodeau as Grandma
Bradleyg Samuel Taylor as Mr. Day, Sally Murphy
as julia Bradley, and Robert Murphy as her son,
Ronnie, Tom Cotter as Noel Darby, and Christine
Parenteau as the efficient maid, Rhoda.
"LOVE IS E
"Love Is Eternal," the V
presented a segment in the
prior to her first meeting
Lincoln, and demonstrated h
together with other outsid
course of her life in order
contact with this future pre
An outstanding Mary 'I
was assisted by: Dale Cadrar
Kelleher, Ann Toddg Carc
Ann Pervere, Mammy Sally,
Helen Delpha, Grandma Pa
Doctor Ward, Richard Marti
Blassberg, Cassius Clay, Be'
THE FOOTBALL TEAM
The splendid record of our football team cannot be
expressed in scores or newspaper clippings. To completely
understand this point, one must have witnessed the labori-
ous hours spent on the practice field by the thirty-four
squad members. Eflieiently displaying a new split-T system,
Mr. Russell's team manifested at all times the will to win
and pride in a job well done. Because of a spirit well
worthy of emulation the F
son will long be rememb
Captain Neil Tompkins, l
Robert l.aRoche, Thomas
Abbott, Peter Koscinski,
Samuel Taylor, Wfoodrow
Koscinski and Kenneth Pr
THE BOYS' VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
Mr. Russells basketball team, while not always display- team certainly deserves m
ing the highest point total, gained the satisfaction of com- The active senior mem
pleting a season clear of "letdowns" in team spirit and over- Mosher, Dale Cadran, St:
all sportsmanship. Constantly showing ability and the prod- John Charron, and Thom
ucts oY a coaching job well done, this year's basketball
BOYS' j.V. BASKETBALL TEAM
The Boys' junior Varsity Basketball Team, with their the able coaching of Mr. E
tremendous amount of competitive spirit and team play, ship and fair play at all i
showed their ability to win their share of games. Under Varsity thrilled many fans
GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
The feminine counterpart of basketball at our high school
had an outstanding 1956-1957 season, both from the stand-
point of games won and even more important, from the
standpoint of sportsmanship and diplomacy. It was such a
combination that made this "extra" so rewarding to both
those participating in it, and to their coach, Mrs. Reidy.
Co-captained by Nancy Schab and Ann Silver, both
Grade-A guards, the teams efforts and victories were
boosted by the work of its
all-around menace to forwa
top-notch guard, "Sally" Mui
and guard, and "Barb" Wyn
And with the experience g
sophomore team members ar
GIRLS' j.V. BASKETBALL TEAM
The triple combination of team work, good sportsman-
ship, and the guiding hand of the coach, Mrs. Helen Reidy,
provided the Girls' AI.V. Basketball Team with the neces-
sary qualities to achieve a fairly successful record. The
squad, made up of underclassmen, demonstrated their
basketball skill by easily learning the basic plays, practicing
rebounds, and whooping" in
athletic young "misses" dribbl
sure to get fun as well as ex
As they total up the points fo
the ability of future winners.
Proudly wearing the blue T's of Turners Falls High
School, the members of the T Club exemplify those who
have achieved sportsmanlike qualities and skill through
hard wark and perseverance. Deserving of the wholehearted
appreciation bestowed upon them, the T Club has honorably
displayed the high standards of the Turners Falls High
School. Senior member
Saulnier, Stanley Koscir
Ronald Sicard, David 1
LaRoche, David Russe
john Avery, john Ch
Murphy, and Anthony ll
Tumbling, as a sport,
only noncompetitive oi
School. Its purposes thei
girl tumblers, usually in
Senior Varsity, have par
riety Show and last year
of a football game and
ment at the Small Schoo
the University of Massa
are done with partners,
angel," "quick flip," ant
sult, and another purpo:
balance yourself, to relal
round co-ordination and
Senior members have bi
Milonas, Sally Murphy,
joan Kruzlic, and Elinor
who are slim and trim,
Team, under the most
Old fashioned winter may bring dismay and even despair
to the fireside group, but for the Turners Falls High School
this continuous white carpet made for an extremely active
season. Every Tuesday, weather permitting, the squad would
be found on the slopes of Holland Farm in Greenfield,
practicing their slalom, down hill, jumping, and cross-
The Power Town's Tennis Team under the fine
guidance of Mr. Garrahan had a very successful sea-
son by capturing second place in the Valley League
race and only losing the coveted first position after
a hard battle with their arch rivals across the river.
Due to the increasing interest in the sport, tennis
in Turners Falls is rapidly coming into its own as a
major sporting event. Mr. Garrahan was well pleased
with the team's record and by the fact that he was
able to form a Junior Varsity Squad that will provide
a nucleus for the future teams. Senior members this
year are Gerald Kuklewicz and Francis Zak.
country under the ,watchful c
man team competed in the
Massachusetts, and they par
try hikes. The one senior rr
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THE BASEBALL TEAM
Baseball is one of the three major sports at the Turners
Falls High School, and although past records do not always
indicate a winning season, the intense spirit and sportsman-
ship, characteristic of our school athletics, are ever present.
Turners Falls High School teams have always been respected
for their conduct both on and off the field and have con-
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Anthony Mosca, Neil '
Rivet and john Charron.
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THE TRACK TEAM
The Track Team will be found practicing immediately
after the snow disappears until the day before the Western
Massachusetts Track Meet. Mr. Putman, the team's coach,
trainer, and walking encyclopedia on matters of high school
records in distance, height, and time, will be found on the
track every afternoon from 2:30 until the last man leaves.
Although the squad is not large in size, the members al-
ways have tremendous cc
to win. The seniors on t
ter, Anthony Mosca, Rc
bert Saulnier, John Avei
ards. These boys compel
League and the Western
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56 FOURTH STREET
TURNERS FALLS, MASS.
Real Ertate Saler and Appraixalx
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ALSO THE BE!
STRATHMORE PAPER CO.
Mills at West Springfield, Woronoco and Turners Falls, IN
Bond, Writing and Thin Papers - Book, Text and Cox
Artist Papers and Boards - Blue Print Base Stocl
Wedding Papers and Bristols - Greeting Cards and Spem
PAPER IS PART OF THE PICTURE
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TURNERS FALLS HIGH SCHOOL
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W. S. CASSIDY, Inc.
OF CLOVER FAR!!
YOUR NEXT CAR
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F. J. MALONEY
ATHLETIC OU TFI TTER
Teleph 3 3400
COpposite Tel ph Buildingb
346 DWIGHT STREET SPRINGFIELD, MASS
THE CROCKER INSTITUTION
"THE BANK WITH THE CHIMESU
52 AVENUE A
TURNERS FALLS, MASSAC
BRAFF 8. RICH, Inc.
COMPLETE OUTFITTERS FOR
MEN and BOYS
Ignition and Starte:
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LEO M. GOLY,
TEICPIHOHC PR 4-4344 At FEDERAL and KENT
120 Main Street Greenfield, Mass. Tel- PR 3,9028 am
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28 CHAPMAN STREET
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63 FRENCH KING I
H. S. RUDDOCK W A I N Sl,
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DIAMONDS, WATCHES and SILVERWARE FURNITURE
Telephone PR 2-6580 Phone PR 3
291 Mem Street Gfeenaeld, Mess. 577 Main SUCH
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248 Main Street Greenfield, Mass.
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MILLERS FALLS ROAD
TURNERS FALLS, MASS.
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239 Main Street Greenfield, Mass. 15 Davis Street
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DELUXE BEAUTY SALON GEO. STARBUCK 81
JOSEPHINE KROL, Proprietor Established 14
QUIET MAY OIL
ALL KINDS OF Steam, Water and Plumbi
BEAUTY CULTURE SHEET METAL
. Flue Lining, Clay and Or:
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MILLERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS 152 Thnd sneer '
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ARCHITECTURAL STONE COMPANY
TURNERS FALLS MASSACI
G. sc J. BONNETTE
Coal - Range - Fuel Oil!
Phone UN 3-4581
6Q SECOND STREET
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Telephone UN 3-4335
101 THIRD STREE'I
FRANKLIN COUNTY PRESS, Inc
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS . . .
Dial UN 3-4625
60 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASS.
5 conuen Book srone
Telephone UN 3-4569
116 AVENUE A
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WEDDING and BIRTHDAY CAKES
14 Federal Street Greenfield, Mass. of 1957
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GREENFIELD WALLPAPER AND S S
PAINT COMPANY, Inc.
53 Bank Row Greenfield, Mass.
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A. M. GAMELIN
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