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

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«- f 1 PIT mBUHWKL: i EMl l am a person i think who am i? and wonder i have feelings— laugh, cry, i and to be alone at times together this is i in many forms i exist my world a microcosm of iV. . . to be a person to endure to wander i am what my life makes me i am i will be He was A Man. He was a man with a deep faith in humanity. The records of his accomplishments will be inscribed In histories. The memory of his belief in man will continue As long as there is a nature. He was the spirit of my generation. And to this man, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, dedicate T he journal of my days As a monument to his greatness. Mr. Arthur E. Burke — our Superintendent . . . his task in our school system is over-whelming i seldom realize his stature — a recognized civic and community leader . . i rarely see him — a shame i don ' t know him better but — he has his job . . . and i — mine. who sees value in me and i in him a source— the teacher of worth, aim dignity in me— the spirit of youth that not even i supersede— the right pride, the right humility of inspiration— and guiding, heartening my private world, my future, Mr. George F. Wrightson will endure in my memory. as a senior i came to her . . . seeking advice and encouragement . . . her respected judgement and ability to understand, places her in select company . . . stern when necessary — eager to be helpful . . . to Miss Olive Little i am indebted . . . MR. ALBERT E. ROUTHIER Freshman Counselor MR. FREDERICK B. OAKES Junior Counselor MISS OLIVE L. LITTLE Senior Counselor MR. GEORGE F. WRIGHTSON Principal MR. ROBERT L. PLAISTED Sophomore Counselor 6 r. tea -V Miss Florence E. Argy Vocal Music Miss Louise M. Clark Latin Mr. John F. Bassett Science Mr. Edward Bourdeau Mathematics, Science Mrs. Virginia Call Commercial 8 Mr. George Bush Social Studies Mr. Harold E. Fugere Driver Education, Physical Education Mr. Maurice F. Donovan English Mr. William J. Connelly Spanish, English Miss Margaret Crean Commercial i have grown and matured by you — because of you . . . 9 Mr. Henry A. Kozloski Science Mr. Richard Kossakoski Manual Training i am taught that which i do not at times believe — but i am not always right . . . Mr. Charles H. Galvin Science Mr. Raymond Garbiel Mathematics Mr. Fred P. Kenny Jr. History 10 Miss Olive L. Little Commercial Mr. Robert L. Plaisted u Government Mrs. Jean N. Martin Mathematics, Science and i have learned . . . Miss Mery C. O ' Brien Art Miss Marion A. Nadeau Commercial Mr. Frederick B. Oakes English Mrs. Charlotte Potter English RKIbi Mr. William Roberts Social Studies Mr. Albert C. Routhier French Mr. Floris C. Van den berg Latin, French Miss Alice H. Reum Home Economics Mr. William Steinecke Jr. English . . . it will prevail 12 Mrs. Marjorie Slocum Physical Education Mr. Clifton A. Symonds Instrumental Music it is only natural to group together . . . a nucleus - a newspaper staff - the Netop two editors - an advisor - the Netop news - features - sports managed by an editorial board papers fly - rewrite please all for TFHS dave brule ginger noga our leaders - give me your article by tomorrow! a warning by the feature editors - two leaders - jim higgin s - elaine rogers both under the advisor both over the staff a grand slam to first - a jot in a notebook a story written - covered by reporters assigned by fred cassidy bill beaubien period at the end of sentence! shouts joan bednarz another leader rewriting the Netop tap tap taptapping the sound of typewriters readying the paper annette boulanger watching over eraser in hand let ' s see - 1960, 1961, 1963 - here ghs - frontier - send them out filing, sending to our neighbors by judy yez our business managers - betsy boissonneault - kevie powers sell ads - pay the bills . . . collect the money hear-ye, hear-ye - read all about it the news, our happenings the editors - cheryl berry george sibley the man with the ruler - continuous pages of layout joe oleksiewicz . . . managing editor S : i our nucleus - our managing editorial board guiding us, helping us to organize annette boulanger donna . bray jaclyn casey joanne pollard georgianna desbien rosealma eddy karen kells charlie lockhart kevin powers -news- elizabeth boissonneault bonnie ryan marsha zmuda -rewrite- rosealma eddy joyce garbiel anne konsevich pat marceau phyllis nicewicz joanne pollard judy yez dorothy sak -typists- roland bourdeau charlie lockhart tom evans john pond -sports- sally geraghty jean sokolosky anne konsevich john pond bonnie ryan -features- few f- inpp r v ii i|K i f ; ■ W; Mi ft J ft m trv 1 iifl ' •• ||i B| ' M K ; 4 i T |( J A |£ i ImA K‘ 1 ■-.J ' ?Cb : 1 1 Sfck if! r V Bg ' —aay fTP ftu” 5 and i let my other self come through it is only a magazine but to me it is an image of what i think, what i do, why i do it alter ego is me a personality alter ego alone that night, a feeling overcame me concealing my identity . . . i merged with my practiced character which until that moment was separate from myself 1. jean sokolosky - the wonderful wizard of oz 2. elaine rogers - anne of green gables 3. william chartier - the marriage proposal james higgins - the secret life of waiter mitty charles lockhart - in the hands of God john pond - the madman ' s story linda smith - fog marsha zmuda - arms and the man 18 to nrte to be on stage ■Ilvon annie get your gun the royal family fanny cavendish jean sokolosky julie cavendish joan bednarz anthony cavendish james higgins gwen elaine rogers herbert dean joseph oleksiewicz kitty lemoyne patricia dauphinais oscar wolfe george sibley perry stewart richard ducharme gilbert marshall david brule della vicky makarewicz i° charles lockhart me dermott william chartier hallboys jordan cohen, james frigon chauffeur john pond miss peake joanne pollard gunga gerald parker directed by mr. maurice f. donovan assistant to director karen kells properties jaclyn casey, noreen schab, co-chairmen; charlene york, marsha zmuda, Virginia rudinski, david thurber, donna bray, john holden, harriet sheiffer, karen fiske, dorothy sak, linda smith, linda traceski. costumes donna patterson, chairman; patricia marceau, kathleen rockwell, william beaubien, sally geraghty, carlo rogaleski make-up committee elizabeth boissonneault, sally geraghty, linda smith ticket managers elizabeth boissonneault, karen kells, Virginia noga a dark stage - a curtain opening a maid, a beginning emerge - a family a family, unreal existing between performances confusion - more characters one butler, one prizefighter cheeks flushed - we ' re on our way The Cavendishes - a family struggling to keep together Fanny, the mother faded, spirited, dominant Julie, the daughter now - what her mother was once - in love - with someone apart someone who can never be Tony, the non-conforming son escaping - perpetually without fear, for life is short Gwen, Julie ' s child naive, magical the one who breaks apart Dean, the egotist Wolfe, the Cavendish organizer and Kitty, Marshall, Perry Miss Peake, the hallboys Gunga Makeup streaked with tears after the very first act the student director trying to keep calm to overcome we smiled, for we had roses to give her And the play continued in spite of ad libs - forgotten eggnog and each felt so close to each other We determined we played our hearts out - to that unknowing audience, and lived for their applause rejuvenated by a successful joke two nights looking toward the wings for acceptance, approval and then it was over the family - prevailing and we bowed, and gave flowers and cried and the stage was dark once again 24 and i assume a glow mBBm ' what is lovely never dies , T O U c H OF V E N U but passes into other lovliness.” S forget my combination . . . my books in a locked room . . . i ' m always in the way when a room has to be cleaned i stay in school after 5 o ' clock but he understands - " charlie " a break in my day . . . my refuge a different surrounding . . . i wait in line anxiously mrs. steiger mrs. verrier mrs. gray am an essential part efficiency judy crossman a bank day cashier become fluent le cercle francais as pro merito i have endured the challenge « ' 1 II ft ■ I j f!» ■ ■ { v2 i ■ s 1 1 1 M I » „ „ -..A v r 4 HHf r ks frustration unbounded hai piness they have heard fervant promises the haunting echoes of cheers 1 ; : V 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 " ; another develops and i again become a vital part with victory my one desire . . . = bases . . . umpires errors . . . wool . . . uniforms . . . baseballs ' " T . finish lines . heights . distances - « ’ : • r« javelins . . . sawdust broken records T kz r ' .l ... laughter! radiating an image: a wrinkled nose, a pie in the face spontaneous, hearty - laughing eyes it has been my refuge . . . from sadness and low spirits lest i fall my frustration and anger springing from my defeats and the constant pressure of studying 52 alive! raise my spirits to a high . . . at times my head drops and exhaustion and i am neither sad, nor happy in sadness my hopes never ceasing i only am . . . 53 for college my day typically is a microcosm of things they are felt although they go unnoticed HO A O X OI 1»1 II OI) s n ]) n ? a -‘ CHERYL JANE BERRY " Cheryl " Vibrant . . . Disarming in her sincerity . . . Spirited Cheering 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain 3); Class Treasurer 3, 4; Community Service 1, 2, 3; Netop- Yearbook Staff (News Editor); Ush- er: Junior Prom (Co-Chairman), Sopho- more Social, Junior Prize Speaking; Decorating: Junior Prom; Ticket Com mitt ee; Juaixy Priie. man). I Speaking -(jCo-Chair- V 3 V 58 THOMAS JOHN EVANS Dauntless " Tommy Unassuming leadership tk « Vi Genuine ' Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Track 3 .JJ, 4; Basketball Manager 3, 4; Boys’ State 3; Art Club 3, 4; " T” Club 3, 4; Debate Club 2; Class President 3, 4; Pro Merito; Netop- , L Yearbook Staff; Good Government DayjVJ X y ■, 0 Representative; Junior Prize Speaking ternate. a i, -Ah - , j y Mm u BONNIE MARION RYAN " Bonnie " In quest of truth . . . Young sophisticate . . . Individualistic Debate Club 1, 2, 3, 4; (Secretary 2, Secre- tary-Treasurer 3); Chess Club 3, 4 (Secre- tary 3); Glee Club 2, 3, 4 (Assistant Librarian 4) Community Service Club 1, 2, 3; Class Historian 3, 4; Netop-Yearbook; French Club 3; Alter Ego 4; Usher: Fresh- man Welcome; Decorating: Junior Prom; Mohawk Trail Queen Candidate; Refresh- ment Committee: Junior Prom (Chair- man); Teen Scene 3; " Oklahoma”; " Annie Get Your Gun”; Entertainment: Freshman Welcome; Girl ' s Tennis 1. i Nj •0 Vs 3 - ► I I ' " Dave " t T Ivy-league . . . Quiet Strengths ... i Illustrious DAVID PETER BRULE Class Vice-President 3, 4; Netop-Yearbook Staff (Co-Editor); Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Foot- ball manager 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 4 (Manager); " Oklahoma”; " Captain and the Kings”; Glee Club 2, 3, 4 (Librarian); Usher: Sophomore Social, Junior Prom; Junior Prom Bids Committee (Chairman); Art Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Camera Club 4; American Legion Oratorical Con- test. HARRIET SHEIFFER " Sheif” Flippant . . . Paradox of pixie greatness ... Spontaneous Class Secretary 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Teen Scene 3, 4; Debate Club 2 (Treasurer); French Club 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Community Service 1, 2, 3; Tumbling 1, 2; Tennis Team 1; Entertainment: Freshman Welcome; Decorating: Sopho- more Social, Junior Prom, Freshman Wei- cp WILLIAM ALEXIS BEAUBIEN " Beaubs” Alert . . . Carefree companion and a serious friend . . . Realistic Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; " T” Club 3, 4; Junior Prize Speaking Alternate; " Captain and the Kings”; Netop-Yearbook Staff (Sports Editor); Art Club 2, 3, 4; Debate Club 2; Usher: Freshman Wel- come, Sophomore Social, Junior Prom. y JOAN VIOLA BEDNARZ " Joannie” Efficient ... A smile her constant companion . . . Vital Cheering 1, 2, 3, 4; Netop-Yearbook Staff (Rewrite-editor); Teen Scene 3, 4, (Editor 4); Pro Merito; French Club (Treasurer 3); Class Historian 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Community Service Club 2, 3; " Oklahoma”; " The Tie That Blinds”; Prom Committee (Co-Chair- man); Usher: Junior Prize Speaking, Class Day, Graduation; Entertainment Committee: Sophomore Social; Tum- bling 2. PAUL VINCENT BERNARD " Butts ' Easy-going . . . Flys high with the C.A.P. ... A good buddy Tennis Team 1. ELIZABETH ANN BOISSONNEAULT " Betsy” Unpredictable . . . Animated conversationalist . . . Illuminating Art Club 2, 3, 4; Community Service Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 3, 4; Camera Club 3, 4; Netop-Yearbook Staff (Busi- ness Manager); Debate Club 2; Usher: Class Day, Graduation; Decorating: Junior Prom; Tennis 1. 60 ANNETTE MARIE BOULANGER " Annette” Dedicated . Petite yet energetic Emphatic Basketball 3, 4 (Co-Captain 3); Volley- ball 3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Band 2; French Club 3; Netop-Yearbook Staff (Typing Editor); Community Service 2, 3; Secre- tary to Mr. Fugere; Bank Day Cashier 3, 4 (Head Cashier); Decorating: Sophomore Social, Junior Prom; Usher: Freshman Welcome, Class Day, Gradu- ation; Office Girl 4; Tumbling 1; Ten- nis 1; Nominating Committee 2. ROLAND JOSEPH BOURDEAU, JR. ' J? 0 " Punlly " .‘sf n A i nn «: EvprvfViintr in his Studious . . . Everything in his stride . . . Athletic Pro Merito; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; o tT ' fcV Junior Prize Speaking Alternate; Art (Jv ,1 0 Club 3, 4 (President 4); French Club 3 r , 3; Netop-Yearbook Staff; " T” Club 2, 4 . AJV C, 3, 4; Decorating Committee: Sophomore ■ „ j. Lvi- Social, Junior Prom (Co-Chairman); . Junior Prize Speaking Ticket Committee V , (Co-Chairman); Chess Club 4. f DONNA JEANNE BRAY " Brayski” Ambitious . . . Boundless energy . . . Unmistakable laugh Cheering 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain 1); Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tumbling 1, 2; Decora- ting: Sophomore Social; Entertainment: Sophomore Social, Freshman Welcome; Community Service Club 3; Netop-Year- book Staff; " Annie Get Your Gun”; Usher: Junior Prize Speaking. WAYNE EDWARD BUGBEE " Bugs” Robust . . . Ready, willing, and able . . . Carefree Football 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball 1; Art Club 3, 4. MARIE MARGERET CAMPBELL " Marie” Piquant . . . Unobtrusive, yet her presence is felt . . . Petite Glee Club 2, 3, 4. JACLYN JEAN CASEY " Casey” Vibrant . . . Typically Irish . . . Effervescent Glee Club 2, 3, 4 (President); Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 3, 4; " Okla- homa " ; " Annie Get Your Gun”; " The Tie That Blinds”; " Journey to Camden and Trenton”; Community Service 1, 2, 3; Refreshments: Sophomore Social, Junior Prom; Entertainment: Sopho- more Social; Decorating: Sophomore Social, Junior Prom, Freshman Welcome (Chairman); Usher: Freshman Wel- come; Office Girl 2; Netop-Yearbook Staff; Secretary to Mr. Connelly; Cheer- ing 1; Turnaires 4; District Chorus 4; Bank Day Cashier 3. FREDERICK MATTHEW CASSIDY " Hoppy” Sharp shooter . . . Ambitious with goals clearly set . . . Astute Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; " T” Club 2, 3, 4; Ring Committee; Usher: Sophomore Social; Small Schools Tournament Es- say Winner 2; Glee Club 3, 4; " The Tie That Blinds”; Usher: Junior Prom; Pro Merito; Netop-Yearbook Staff (Sports Editor); Camera Club 4. Frank . . . Spirited redhead with plenty of vigor . . . Jovial WILLIAM JOSEPH CHARTIER " Shots " Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; " The Tie That Blinds”; " Annie Get Your Gun”; Junior Prize Speaking (Third Prize); Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Decorating: Junior Prom, Sophomore Social; Usher: Jun- ior Prom, Freshman Welcome; Sopho- more Ring Committee; Glee Club 4; Alter Ego. JAMES LAWRENCE CUFF " Cuffy” Earnest . . . Eyes full of mischief . . . Considerate Usher: Junior Prom. THERESA ANN CURRIER " Terry” Sincere . . . Walking slowly, enjoying life . . . Unassuming Usher: Freshman Welcome; Bank Day Cashier 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Secretary to Miss Little. THOMAS JOSEPH CURRIER " Tommy” Determined . . . Natural talent personi- fied in a trumpet . . . Serious Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Swingsters 3, 4. FAYE JEAN CZARNECKI " Faye” Vibrant . . . Eyes crinkling with laughter . . . Vivid Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Debate Club 2; Community Service Club 2, 3; Usher: Sophomore Social, Junior Prom. ffrTW T r ar , • ' thl hr QJb ' FRANCIS JOSEPH DOBOSZ " Dobie " Unpretentious . . . Thoughtful govern- ing his every act . . . Easy-going Pro Merito; Track 2, 3; French Club 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Art Club 3; Camera Club 4; Usher: Sophomore Social. RICHARD W. DUCHARME ' Duke ' ’ Acute . . . Intent on success . . . Laughing Football 1; Basketball 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; M.C. " The Tie That Blinds”; Usher: Freshman Welcome, Sophomore Social, Junior Prom; Debate Club 2; French Club 3; Camera Club 4; Art Club 4. V N 66 CAROL LOUISE DUNCAN " Carol” Sincere . . An old-fashioned charm . . . Unfeigned Pro Merito; Bank Day Cashier 3, 4; Secretary to Miss Clark; Junior Prom Program Committee; Usher: Class Day, Graduation. ROSE ALMA HELEN EDDY " Rosey” Co-operative . . . Apple cheeked complexion . . . Amicable Netop- Yearbook Staff; Band 2, 3; Tum- bling 3; Bank Day Cashier 3, 4; Com- munity Service Club 2; Pro Merito; Secretary to Mrs. Potter and Mr. Bush; Usher: Junior Prize Speaking, Freshman Welcome. MARGARET EVANS " Margie " Gentle . . . Happiness destined to stay with her . . . Soft-spoken Community Service Club 2, 3; Decora- ting: Freshman Welcome. EDWIN CHARLES FEYRER " Tuck” Artistic . . . Contagious optomistic nature . . . Compelling Freehand Drawing 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1 , 2 . DONALD LEE FILLEBROWN " Don” Co-operative . . . Avid scuba diver . . Loquacious Bid Committee: Junior Prom; Usher: Junior Prom; Chess Club 4; Camera Club 4. KAREN ANNE FISK " Katye” Demure . . . Unpredjudiced and yet confined . . . Discerning Basketball 2; Art Club 4; Usher: Sopho- more Social, Junior Prom, Freshman Welcome; Decorating Committee: Fresh- man Welcome. 67 UV5 V " ’ JAMES EDWARD FRIGON " Jimmy " Optimistic . scenes . Man behind the . . Ambitious Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; District Chorus 4; Turnaires 4; Debate Club 2, 3; Camera Club 3, 4; Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3. JEAN ANN FRONCKUS Blushes " Jeanie” Bubbling personality Exhuberant Twirling 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Bank Day Cashier 3, 4; Art Club 1; Usher: " Oklahoma " ; Home Economics Club 1; Nominating Committee 2; Secretary to Mr. Kossakoski. JOYCE VIRGINIA GARBIEL " Joyce " . I r- 5 A ' l U Conscientious . . . Apple blossom • 1 • i A L " j , t i ' T) . L freshness . . . Congenial V jT s GhdF » rling 3, 4 (Drum Majorette); Ne- . 1 1 j t " ' ; . fr y f , K 1 ' ' ' ‘ k Staff; Teen Scene (Typist); J; i vviiimg -x uwi luajuiunt. , x v. - top- Yearbook Staff; Teen Scene (Typist); Secretary to Basketball „ munity Service 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, ; 6 3, 4; Office Girl 1, 2; Class Ring Com- , 1 L u mittee; Bank Day Cashier 4; Camera ■. u 1 Cxf- I Club 4; Tumbling 1, 2; Alter Ego ([$• , t -J ' (Typist); Usher: Class Day, Graduation, j t Sophomore Social, Junior Prom, Junior J ( - ji el Prize Speaking, Freshman Welcome, , i)f " Annie Get Your Gun.” li(AI to SALLY ANN GERAGHTY " Sarah” Individualist ... In quest of . . . Uninhibited Alter Ego 4 (Editor); Netop- Yearbook Staff; Teen Scene 3, 4; Debate Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3); French Club 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Swingsters 1, 2; District Band 1; " Okla- homa " ; Class Ring Committee; Enter- tainment: Sophomore Social, Freshman Welcome; Decorating Committee: Ju n- ior Prom; Pro Merito; Usher: Class Day, Graduation; Girls State Alternate; Girls ' Tennis I. MICHAEL FRANCIS HASTINGS " Mike” Patience . . . Finding humor in life and life in humor . . . Adventurer Football 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; " Annie Get Your Gun”; Refreshments: Freshman Welcome. ELLEN MARIE GUSAN " Ellen” Pensive . . . Intelligence sprinkled with merriment . . . Illuminating eyes Basketball 1; Decorating: Freshman Welcome. JAMES EDWARD HIGGINS " Jim” Candid . . . Professor of mimicry . . . Vigorous Basketball 1; Baseball 2; Track 3; " Oklahoma”; Junior Prize Speaking; " Journey to Camden and Trenton”; Alter Ego 4; Netop-Yearbook Staff (Feature Editor); Usher: Freshman Wel- come, Sophomore Social, Junior Prom; Entertainment: Freshman Welcome; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 3, 4 (Vice-President 3, President 4); French Club 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Art Club 3, 4; Debate Club 3. WILLIAM JOSEPH HILDRETH " Billy- Good-humored . . . Unimpeachably sin- cere . . . Sports minded Basketball 1; Glee Club 4; " T” Club 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4. 70 JOHN WILLIAM HOLDEN " Caesar” Perceptive . . . Vital carnival spirit . . . Independent Usher: Junior Prom. MATTHEW FRANCIS JAKUTO- WICZ " Matt” Ingenious . . . Infectious grin . . . Indispensible Baseball 3, 4; Football 4. JOHN JOSEPH KLISKA, JR. " Johnnie” Discerning ... A casualness that fascinates . . . Ambitious Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Manager 4); Football 1; Glee Club 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3; Usher: Junior Prom, Sophomore Social. YY kare v ' Avid N ANN KELLS " Kellsie” . A song in her heart Serious blue eyes Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 2); De- bate Club 2; Community Service Club 3; Basketball 1, 3; Tumbling 1, 2; Netop- Yearbook Staff; Alter Ego 4; Office Girl 4; Decorating: Sophomore Social, Junior Prom; Camera Club 4; Usher: " Annie Get Your Gun”; Happy Jour- ney to Camden and Trenton”. 71 ANNE MARIE KONSEVICH " Anne” Creative . . . Expressive eyes revealing hidden self . . . Ingenue Netop-Yearbook Staff; Alter Ego 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1; Chess Club 4; Debate Club 2; Tennis 1; Community Service 1, 2, 3; Usher: Sophomore Social, Junior Prom. CAROL ANN KOPINTO " Carol” Soft-spoken ... As peaceful as the sea . . . Unfailing Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tumbling 1; Office Girl 3; Refreshment Committee: Freshman Welcome; Decorating Com- mittee: Freshman Welcome, Sophomore Social, Junior Prom. PATRICIA MARY ANN KOSCINSKI " Pokey " Unassuming ... A pixyish personality complimenting red hair . . . Affable Bank Day Cashier 4; Art Club 3, 4; Decorating Committee: Junior Prom. PATRICIA ANNE KOSTECKI " Pat- Sympathetic . . . Kind of heart . . . Dedicated Bank Day Cashier 3, 4; Secretary to Miss Crean 4; Band 2; Refreshment Committee: Sophomore Social. 72 JOANNE MARIE KURKULONIS " Jo” Fun-loving . . . Bright eyes mirrowing sincereity . . . Refined Volleyball 3; Bank Day Cashier 3, 4; Decorating: Junior Prom; Secretary to Miss Nadeau. PAULA JEAN LITSKOSKI " Litsy” Animated . . . Determined optimist . . . Unpredictable Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1; Secre- tary to Miss Purrington; Nominating Committee 3; Usher: " Oklahoma”; Pro Merito. FRANCIS EDWARD LOPATKA " Dee” Unpredictable . . . Diverse Character . . . Taciturn Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 4; " T” Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Usher: Junior Prom, Freshman Wel- come. DEAN CLARENCE LETOURNEAU " Dean-o” Dimples ... A sampling of fun . . . Bard Alter Ego 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Football Mana- ger 2, 3; " Oklahoma”; Usher: Junior Prom; Decorating: Junior Prom. CHARLES BARTON LOCKHART " Charlie” Nonchalant . . . Wisdom spiced with wit . . . Impetuous Junior Prize Speaker; Netop- Yearbook Staff; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; Football 1; Usher: Freshman Welcome, Sophomore Social, Junior Prom; French Club 3. VICTORIA ANN MAKAREWICZ " Vicki- Mac " Sunny . . . Golden curls hint the golden heart . . Loquacious Cheering 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4); Glee Club 3, 4; Community Service Club 1, 2, 3; Office Girl 3, 4; Camera Club 4; Art Club 4; Tumbling 1, 2; Usher: Sopho- more Social, Junior Prom, Graduation, Class Day; Decorating: Junior Prom; Entertainment: Freshman Welcome; " Annie Get Your Gun”; Junior Prize Speaking Alternate. PATRICIA ANNE MARCEAU " Pat” Vigorous ... A smile and a wink . . . Spirited Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3; Glee Club 3; Twirling 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Debate Club 2; Community Services Club 3; Home Economics Club 1; Nominating Committee 4 (Chair- man); Bank Day Cashier 3, 4; Netop- Yearbook Staff; Decorating: Junior Prom; Tennis 1; Secretary to Mr. Steinecke Tumbling 1; Teen Scene (Typist) ! p ' 1 l) awr ARTHUR EUGENE MARTIN " Butch” Sincere . . . Golden-hearted . . . Musically-minded Football 1; Baseball 1; Track 3, 4; Art Club 2; Music Committee: Junior Prom. WILLIAM JOSEPH MAYNARD " Krebs " Active . . . Intelligent . . . Personality Plus Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Bas- ketball 1, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 4); Debate Club 2, 3 (President 3); French Club 3, 4; " T” Club 4; Art Club 2, 3; Usher: Junior Prom, Sophomore Social, Fresh- man Welcome. DONNA LEE MINER " Donna " Illuminating . . . Heart ready to please . . . Reserved Bank Day Cashier 3, 4; Home Econ- omics 1. r K s) fiJl RICHARD RAY MORIN " Richie” Enthusiastic . . . Genuineness clothed in unassuming manners . . . Witty Track 2; Football 2. DONALD ROY MORIN " Don” Modest . . . Ready grin, ready fun . . . Capricious Football 2. 76 CHARMAINE ROSE MURPHY " Charmaine” Affable . . . Sunny hair — sunny smile . . . Quiet Properties Committee 4. PHYLLIS ELAINE NICEWICZ " Phyl” Certain . . . Best termed a lady . . . Aspiring Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Swingsters 1, 2, 3; Netop-Yearbook; Invitation Committee: Junior Prom; Usher: Class Day, Graduation; Bank Day Cashier 3, 4; Secretary to Mr. Bourdeau; Pro Merito. JOHN NICKERSON, JR. " Jack” Hearty ... A tireless ambition . . . Trusting Decorating Committee: Freshman Wel- come; Refreshment Committee: Fresh- man Welcome. VIRGINIA LEE NOGA Conscientious . . her goal Netop - Yearbook Staff (Co-Editor); French Club 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Band 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Usher: Class Day, Graduation; Pro Merito. " Ginger " Capable of attaining jp V JT ■sf Decorous Jt 9 f ft 77 THOMAS SIMEON NORWOOD " Farmer " Brawny . . . Taking life as it comes . . . Spontaneous Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 4; Bas- ketball 1. AT ( ' .wCt E A MICHAEL O ' CONNOR " Mike " Carefree . . . Willing to give a helping hand . . . Mirthful Entertainment Committee: Sophomore Social. JOSEPH MICHAEL OLEKSIEWICZ " Oley” C07C ' r rxy Trie , Sfc V c : 2 cX. Contagious . . . More serious than many suspect . . . Daring Pro Merito; " Captain and the Kings’ " ; " Annie Get Your Gun” (Charlie Dav- j . enport); Glee Club 3, 4 (President); Netop-Yearbook (Managing Editor); ‘C £■ Debate Club 2; French Club 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Camera Club 4 (Vice-Presi- dent 4); Decorating: Junior Prom; En- £x i tertainment: Sophomore Social, Fresh- man Welcome; Turnaires 4; District Chorus 4. ' • A c o — AAc ToCctCX cY GCJ -i A c “A yO - icC OCO 4jC. CAROL ANN OUELLETTE " Oley” Radiant . . . Happiness caught in her fingertips . . . Sympathetic Cheering 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 3, 4; Community Service Club 3; Library Aid 2, 3; Art Club 4; Usher: Junior Prom; Decorating: Junior Prom; Bank Day Cashier 4; Secretary to Mr. Routhier. PETER CHARLES PIERCE " Pete” Lively . . . Have scooter will travel . . . Mischievious Football 1, 2; Track 2. s ' -sse DAVID CARL PETRUSKI " Dave” Disarming . . . Masquerading as non- chalant . . . Cosmopolitan Decorating Committee: Sophomore So- cial. JOANNE SHARON POLLARD " Jo” Optimistic . . . Twinkling eyes betokening friendship . . . Kind Pro Merito; Community Service Club 1, 2, 3; Tumbling 2; Usher: Sophomore Social; Netop- Yearbook Staff; Decora- ting: Freshman Welcome; Girls’ Ten- Profound eyes Football 1, 2, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; De- bate Club 1, 2; " T” Club 2, 3, 4; Netop-Yearbook Staff; Alter Ego 4; Jun- ior Prize Speaking; " The Tie That Blinds”; " Oklahoma”; Usher: Sopho- more Social, Junior Prom, Freshman Welcome; Turnaires 4; Camera Club 4. 80 A yJ) w y SANDRA ERMALINE RIVET " Sandi- Blithe . . . Delicately tinted spirit ... Winsome Art Club 1; Glee Club 3, 4; Cheer- leader 3, 4; Usher: Junior Prom, Sopho- more Social; Decorating: Sophomore Social. WILLIAM KEVIN POWERS Kevy Agile . . . Subtle sense of humor . . . Critical Netop- Yearbook Staff; American Legion Oratorical Contest 3; Baseball 1, 2; Band 1; Glee Club 3, 4 (Vice-Presi- dent); French Club 3, 4; Chess Club 4; Nominating Committee 2; Turnaires 4; District Chorus 4. UJ EDWARD JO! JOSEPH PRASOL Butch- Optimist . . . Happy go lucky . . . Mischievious PHYLLIS ANN RICHOTTE " Ricketts- Optimistic . . . Warm appeal of shy smile . . . Radiant Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Color Guard 2, 3, 4; Li- brary Aid 2, 3; Community Service Club 1, 2, 3; Bank Day Cashier 3, 4; Usher: Freshman Welcome; Decorating: Junior Prom; Secretary to Mrs. Call. Baseball 1, 2. KATHLEEN MARY ROCKWELL " Rock 5 ° Merry . Enjoying people thoroughly . . . Whimsical Tumbling 1, 2; Volleyball 4; Junior Prize Speaking Alternate; Community Service Club 1; Ticket Committee: Jun- ior Prize Speaking; Decorating: Fresh- man Welcome; Camera Club 4; " The Christmas That Bounced”. , V ar ' W CARLA JEAN ROGALESKI " Caush” Impish . . . Warm-hearted personality . . . Magnetic Twirling 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; French Club 3; Tumbling 1, 2; Usher: Sopho- more Social; Decorating: Junior Prom; Community Service Club 1, 2, 3; " Annie Get Your Gun”. ELAINE ANN ROGERS " Pinky " Admired . . . Blushing at the drop of a phrase . . . Humble Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Teen Scene 3, 4; Netop- Yearbook Staff (Feature Editor); Alter Ego 4; Junior Prize Speaking (Second Prize); " Happy Journey to Camden and Trenton”; " Oklahoma”; Usher: Class Day, Graduation, Junior Prom, Freshman Welcome; Decorating: Sophomore Social; Pro Merito; Turn- aires 4. vyix J Ky 1 . I i ) i yf e- i yn CAROLE ANN RUDINSKI " Carole” Active . . . Willing and winning smile . . . Boundless Color Guard 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Softball 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Library Aid 2, 3, 4; Community Service Club 2, 3; Bank Day Cashier 3, 4. 82 VIRGINIA ANN RUDINSKI " Ginger” Viviacious . . . Rollicking wit beneath a compacent exterior . . . Critical Twirler 2, 3, 4; Community Service Club I, 2, 3; Camera Club 3, 4; (Pro- gram Chairman 4); French Club (Secre- tary 3); Glee Club 3, 4; Office Girl 4; " Annie Get Your Gun”; Usher: Sopho- more Social, Freshman Welcome, Jun- ior Prom; Tumbling 1, 2; " The Christ- mas That Bounced.” DOROTHY EILEEN SAK " Dottie” Bubbling . . . Dark-eyed vivacity of brilliant autumn . . . Jocund Twirler 3, 4; Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4; " Annie Get Your Gun”; Junior Prize Speaking Alternate; Community Service Club 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Netop- Yearbook Staff; Usher: Freshman Welcome, Sophomore Social (Head usher), Junior Prom; En- tertainment: Sophomore Social; Decora- ting: Pumpkin Prom; Camera Club 3, 4. JOSEPH CHRISTOPHER SCHAB " Schabbie” Unpretending . . . Deep-rooted . . . Herculean Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; " T” Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4. NOREEN BETTE SCHAB " Schab” Complaisant . . . Blessed with humor . . . Whimsical Glee Club 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President); Bank Day Cashier 3, 4; Tumbling 2; Basketball 3; Secretary to Mr. Oakes; Community Service Club 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; " Oklahoma”; " Annie Get Your Gun”; Decorating: Sopho- more Social, Junior Prom, Freshman Welcome; Turnaires 4; District Chorus 4. CHRISTINE ANN SEARS " Chris” Unobtrusive . . . Poised and fragile as a porcelain figurine . . . Melodious Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Bank Day Cashier 3, 4; " Oklahoma”; Secretary to Miss Argy; Turnaires 4; District Chorus 4. JUDITH ANN SEARS " Red” Vibrant . . . Her joy found in yours . . . talented equestrian Art Club 2. CAROL ANN SHIRTCLIFF " Carol” Personable . . . Silent depth . . . Refined Home Economics Club. GEORGE FREDERIC SIBLEY, III " Wilt " . . . Able to produce the intended effect . . . Self-assured Merito; French Club 3, 4; Debate Club 2; Art Club 3, 4; Camera Club 4; " Captain and the Kings” 3; " Happy AjAHourney to Camden and Trenton” 4; ! Alter Ego 4; Netop- Yearbook Staff; , V v Entertainment Committee: Sophomore ■ " ' Social, Freshmkn Welcprfi£ (Chairman). §r aW 0 », JEAN MARY SOKOLOWSKI " Jean " Mirthful . . . Her size is no limit to her spirit . . . Co-operative Basketball 1; Art Club 3; Bank Day Cashier 3, 4; Home Economics Club; Secretary to Mr. Galvin, and Mr. Kos- loski. TERRANCE JOSEPH SICARD " Terry” JEAN GIKN1S SOKOLOSKY " Socko” Dramatic ... At home behind the footlights . . . Profound Junior Prize Speaking (First Prize); Teen Scene 3, 4; Alter Ego 4; Twirling 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Netop-Year- book Staff; Debate Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Usher: Sophomore Social, Junior Prom, Freshman Welcome; " Oklahoma”; " The Tie That Blinds”; Glee Club 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Entertainment: Fresh- man Welcome; Chess Club 3; Tumbling 1; Pro Merito; Tennis Team 1. Impassive . . . An artist ' s imagination . . . Unconstrained Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Tennis 1; Decorating: Sophomore So- cial, Junior Prom, (Co-Chairman), Freshman Welcome; Alter Ego 4; " Annie Get Your Gun” (Wilson); " The Happy Journey to Camden and Tren- ton”; Usher: Freshman Welcome. ROBERT WALTER SOJKA " Bobby” Industrious . . . His smile radiates hap- piness to all . . . Intelligent Decorating Committee: Junior Prom. JOHN E. SOPER " Sope " Determined . . . Humorist by nature . . . Exhuberant Football 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1; " Oklahoma”. LINDA LEE SMITH " Smitty " Sincere . . . Pint-sized, but packed with punch . . . Vital Twirling 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Junior Prize Speaking; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Ush- er: Junior Prom, Class Day, Graduation. JOHN ALFRED ST. GERMAIN ' ' Johnnie” Compelling . . . Calmness that leads to strength . . . Friendly Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; " Oklahoma”; Usher: Freshman Wel- come; Refreshment Committee: Sopho- more Social; Pro Merito; Turnaires 4. ALICE ROSALIE SULDA " Alice " Winsome . . . Essence of femininity . . . Refined Twirler 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1; Art Club 1; Community Service Club 1, 2, 3; Bank Day Cashier 3, 4; Secre- tary to Miss Reum. 86 JOSEPH FRANCIS SULDA " Joey” Considerate . . . Ocean depth reflected in blue eyes . . . Winsome Baseball 1. RICHARD SULLIVAN " Sully” Sociable ... A song in his heart . . . Kindly disposed Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; " Annie Get Your Gun” (Frank But- ler); Turnaires 4; District Chorus 4; Decorating Committee: Junior Prom. DAVID GEORGE THURBER " Dave” Alert . . . Comical comments and catchy replies . . . Realistic Assistant Stage Manager, 4. LINDA MARIE TRACESKI " Tra” Animated . . . Dancing eyes betraying a soul of joy . . . Impish Cheering 1, 3, 4; Decorating: Junior Prom; Usher: Freshman Welcome; " Annie Get Your Gun,” Sophomore Social; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Community Service Club 1, 2, 3; Art Club 4; Camera Club 4. 87 ANTHONY JOHN WARCHOL " Tony” Artistic . . . Industrious . . . Full of mischief Art Club 3, 4. RONALD STEPHEN TUMINSKI " Ron” Reveling . . Collector of crushes . . . Unwavering Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Debate Club 3; Track 2, 3, 4; " T” Club 3, 4; " Oklahoma”; Usher: Junior Prom, Freshman Welcome. WARREN NELSON WELSH, JR. " Butch” Conscientious . . . Spontaneous quips . . . Inducing laughter Refreshment Committee: Sophomore So- “ 5 ■ ? ' FREDERICK EUGENE WISSMAN " Freddy " Open-minded . to tell . Always a story Athletic Football 1, 2 3; Baseball 1, 2; Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Art Club 4; " T” Club 2, 3, 4; Usher: Sophomore Social, Junior Prom, Freshman Wel- RICHARD ALEXANDER WONDOLOSKI " Wondo” Determined . . . Unflickering lamp of leadership . . . Casual Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain); Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; " T” Club 2, 3, 4; Class President 2; Decora- ting: Sophomore Social; Canon Novak MARTIN EDWARD YARMAC " Fenton” Roguish . . . Little stick of " TNT” . . . Nonchalant Tennis 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Track 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Decorating: Junior Prom. JUDITH ANN YEZ " Yezzer” Avid ... A friend never to be doubted Glee Club 2, 3, 4 (Librarian 4); Office Girl 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Massachusetts Girls’ State Representatives; Community Service Club 1, 2, 3; Netop-Yearbook Staff (Exchange Editor); " Oklahoma”; " Annie Get Your Gun”; Band 2; Bank Day Cashier 3, 4 (Head Cashier); Ush- er: Sophomore Social, Junior Prom; Tennis 1; Pro Merito; Secretary to Mr. Connelly; Teen Scene (Typist). CHARLENE RAE YORK " Chari” Good-natured . . . Surrounded by friends . . . Carefree Award. Diligent Art Club 3, 4; Usher: Junior Prom; Camera Club 4. I 89 MAUREEN GRACE YUKL " Moe” Co-operative . . . Kind heart within a modest exterior . . . Blithe Glee Club 3, 4; Secretary to Mrs. Slo- cum; Bank Day Cashier 4. - V MARSHA LOU ZMUDA " Zmu " Versatile . . . Wit is her salt of conver- sation . . . Frolicsome Twirler 3, 4 (Lieutenant); Junior Prize Speaker; Pro Merito; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Community Service Club 1, 2; Cam- era Club 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 2; Netop-Yearbook Staff; Office Girl 4; Secretary to Mr. Donovan; Tennis 1; Usher: Sophomore Social, Junior Prom, Graduation; Decorating: Sophomore Social, Junior Prom; Cheer- 90 i now history, remain only in record my sounds of permanence: an ivy my song — exposition of my thoughts and memories left to endure . . . 91 I i entered a school. as its hugeness overwhelmed me i realized i was gladly received here (Freshmen Welcome) i began to feel secure and in my security i worked and hoped and laughed — i grew. Ill i maturing participating working (officers) and laughing with others. searching for a place in society — art (Junior Prize Speaking) dancing (Junior Prom) trying to " know myself” failure success the true value was in the attempt, the effort. 92 II i ascended. an upperclassman! arrogance laughter innate humility reserve the emergence of leaders ( officers ) and the first class activities ( Sophomore Social ) a prosperous year! IV i a duality of joy and sorrow, i with seniority respected by underclassmen, outspoken (Netop) ambitious ( Pro Merito ) directing (officers) reminiscent (Yearbook) i struggling for individuality identity a sense of accomplishment (Senior Play) anxious to step into the future yet wary of leaving (Senior Farewell) the security that a Freshman found four years earlier. 93 i am an end — a sadness clothed in mist. i am a memory — warm and childlike in its tenacity. i am a beginning — a life in its entirety, i am a hope — in an unknown and unknowing world. —Elaine Rogers 94 OnQ ' • p)ct " -■ mo d A 1 f 1 J 5- , ' ioOj (o t’Ji 0’Hi-erS ' uvn - f.‘i my part ,’ J a n £, ) J J J H l 1 1 ' a a a u a « a n ? I 7 2 4Z) m ri ? r. a r n n 7 - X i • XX- ±z 0L»t soor- X kji i be , 35“ X Jia £ a - JayS been j i 4 J 4 J 4 -J- ; S LjUle uj II break! ! p P ' -ce ; and a ep ' -rate part be-- ' 0 ' IT j J J — i 1 1 1 » J - I — J rJ a ml t i 2 a gi w n ' i — t v M □ « w j w r% £.£_•! 3 d g c ” £ I a 8- yrics - 6 ly mu c - JAc ya Cisgp Adams, Roger Adie, Judith Albright, John Barnes, Robert Beaubien, William Bednarz Joan Bernard, Paul Boissonneault, Elizabeth Berry, Cheryl Boulanger, Annette Bourdeau, Roland Bray, Donna Bride, David Bugbee, Wayne Campbell, Marie Casey, Jaclyn Cassidy, Frederick Chartier, William Cohen, Jordan Councilman, Bruce Courtemanche, Richard Crowley, John Cuff, James Currier, Theresa Currier, Thomas Czarnecki, Faye Dacyzyn, Stephen Dauphinais, Patricia Demers, Edward Desbien, Georgianna Dobosz, Francis Ducharme, Richard Duncan, Carol Eddy, Rosealma Evans, Margaret Evans, Thomas Feyrer, Edwin Fillebrown, Donald Fisk, Karen Frigon, James Fronckus, Jean Garbiel, Joyce Geraghty, Sally Gmyrek, Robert Gonyer, Bernard Greenleaf, Richard Guilbault, Sandra Gusan, Ellen Hastings, Michael Higgins, James Hildreth, William Holden, John [akutowicz, Matthew Kells, Karen Kliska, John Konsevich, Anne Kopinto, Carol Koscinski, Patricia Kostecki, Patricia Kremski, Mary Kuczewski. Philip Kulch, Robert Kuninski, Karen 96 Kurkulonis, Joanne Lopatka, Francis Bookkeeping Dave Basketball Girls Eating J J- K. Flying G. L. Motorcycles Food Catching Jose’ French movies Judy History Sterling Moss Pla ying pool Mrs. York Radio waves Mabel Edvin Cars $ $ $ Gordy Faith Boys Chevies Everyone Track Hampton Beach Flying lack Nicklaus Herbie History Del Schofner Rots Bells at one My little bubble gum machine Pizza Spaghetti Rallies Mr. Kenney My poetry Football Girls! Cars Mr. B. Bowling Glee Club Bromine and Squirrels Hank Aaron Cars El Producto blunts Saturday nights J. V. B. Sports Cars My Job Carmine Pork chops Silo Hunting Boston Patriots Food Rodge The weekend English N. Y. Giants Eating in school Geometry Room 1 Cracking knuckles Languages Wise guys Green Bay Packers Giving orders Bossy people Under-privileged seniors One o’clock curfew Second floor senior homeroom Math Blotches Early rising G. H. S. French Greenfield Medric Fords Ichabod Four Leaf Clover Sour pickles with milk Cars without hub caps Plymouths Housework Physics Moody people Francais Double bogey Relish Mushrooms Week days Phonies Classes Monday A. M. Getting up Henry Crabby people Gym Hollow Men Losing Games Meeting parents My little duce coupe French III Conceited people Practice Monday afternoons Mickey Mantle Domination Locker rooms Phony people Walking into physics Nixon Insects Working hard Over-loveable people Gym The Defenders Yanks Work Speaking No money Want to get hurt? Hode it! I give up. What is it? Hey there! That’s tuff! Where’s Mr. Donovan? Oh yeah! Are you funnin me? Aw shut up! Thanks a lot! Let me see . . . Oh George! Later !!! I’ll forgive you . . . Hi Jack! Be serious! Beautiful! ! ! Maybe you’ll die! ! Did you hear about . . . Bicycle wheels don’t got no doors . . . anyhow! ! ! Let’s hear it . . . I give up. What is it? You know it!! Oh, come on . . . I ain’t kidding you! ! ! Get serious! Yumping yimminy! I’ll leave it for next year . . You fink!! You said it! I kid you not! You know! It gets me sick . . . Brother! Iska-bibble hippie-hopper . . . Let’s zip out!!! It’s a killer!!! Why come? Oh no! Are you crazy or something? Oh rats! pi ggy Just go away! Good morning! You gotta be kidding! Oh Heavens! Oh! for Pete’s sake! Very funny . . . Oubliez-le I kid you not! Who cares? I don’t care . . . Do know what I’d say? OOOO-HHHH! ! ! That’s trouble . . . Oh, Gee! O’Sugar! Well? Get serious!! That’s all right! ! Slick as a moose . . . What’s it to ya? Get serious!! What’s up? Letourneau, Dean Dancing Report cards For why? Litskoski, Paula Lobster Extemporaneous talks Don’t push the panic button Lockhart, Charles Art Nason Fixed races I ’ll bet ten bucks . . . Makarewicz, Victoria Suddsie Fast drivers Let’s hear from the juniors! Marceau, Patricia Clothes Pretentious people Beany and Cecil . . . Martin, Arthur Fun-lovers Big shot girls How about that? Maynard, William Maury Wills Sugar Ray Those are the breaks . . . Miner, Donna Jim Winter Oh beans, Wanna get hurt? Morin, Donald Girls Nathan Marks Just kicks . . . Murphy, Charmaine Money People who brag Oh, nothing . . . Nicewicz, Phyllis Dancing Alarms ringing Oh, well! Nickerson, John " 19” Black and white Fords What kinda party is going on here! Noga, Virginia Boston week-ends Socko’s coffee Oh, come now! ! Norwood, Thomas Football Shoes Let’s eat!!! O’Connor, Michael Girls Concentrating Why? Oleksiewicz, Joseph Dean Martin Dean Martin haters Forget the Alamo! Ouelette, Carol Mr. B Two faced people Oh come off it . . . Parker, Gerald You Double stamps I quit! Patterson, Donna Math Homework That’s ridiculous! Pearson, Eric Red Sox Yankees Oh, you’ll live . . . Pearson, Sandra " Y” Green ies " Sharp” Petruski, David Anything free Yellow and white cats It’s almost one o’clock!! Pierce, Peter Freedom School Hi! Pollard, Joanne Learning to drive Rain Hi ya sweets! Pond, John JSSGBF Hypocrites Poco a Poco . . . Powers, William Golf One arm pool sharks Good thinkin! Prasol, Edward A good time Mr. G. Take it easy! Richotte, Phyllis People Olives Holy cow! Rivet, Sandra Homework Sports Oh man! Rockwell, Kathleen Peanut Butter Snakes Very good! Rogaleski, Carla Bubble gum Greenfield girls You’ll get over it! Rogers, Elaine Radios Alarm clocks Crumb . . . Rudinski, Carole Sports Blind refs You Weanock! Rudinski, Virginia Males Review Math. Don’t get shook! Ryan, Bonnie RKT Defeatists Hi ya creep! Sak, Dorothy My dog " Artie” Yellow haters Wait a while . . . Schab, Joseph El futbol English Oh Yeah? Schab, Noreen Food Evasiveness How the heck are you? Sears, Christine Music and Singing Jazz What ya say? Sears, Judith People Speeding I’ll say? Scheiffer, Harriet Ouiji Haunted houses Oh! I like it! Shirtcliff, Carol Eddie Cliques What will happen next? Sibley, George Jerry Lewis Jerry Lewis haters " Ye gg” Sicard, Terance Peter, Paul and Mary X2 ± 3 Asi es la vida! Sojka, Robert Living History Why not? Sokolosky, Jean Dramatics and Coffee Insincerity Too bad piggy! Sokolowski, Jean T. V. and Movies Getting up early Oh fish! Soper, John Birthday presents St. Bernard dogs Not another one? Smith, Linda Friday afternoon at 1:00 The second floor Go through the routine perfectly . . . St. Germain, John L. R. G. H. R. 14 I’ll never tell Sulda, Alice Mom and Dad Twirling practice Are you serious? Sulda, Joseph Mr. Connelly Room 14 You’re kidding Sullivan, Richard To have fun Trouble C’est la vie . . . Thurber, David Chev 348’s Practical Physics Hey slim, c’mere! Traceski, Linda Y. A. Tittle Dogs I give up. What is it? Tuminski, Ronald Sports Math. I doubt it! Warchol, Anthony Cars Fords Get a Chevy! Welch, Warren Cadillacs English III speeches Oh, yah?? Wissman, Frederick Sports Allergies What? Wondoloski, Richard J- P Lots of things Thanks! Yarmac, Martin Schultz and Edvin Schoolwix I’ll play your silly game! Yez, Judith Cheeseburgers Broken typewriters I must! York, Charlene Fun Liars Boys who think they I don’t know . . . No comment . . . Yukl, Maureen Studies know it all 97 Zmuda, Marsha The Sunny South People ordering coffee That was good! Roger Adams leaves a pencil behind the bookcase to Dave Duncan. Judy Adie leaves her gun to Ardice Dube. John Albright leaves his magnificent ability at jump shots to Bill Busha. Robert Barnes leaves his vaulting pole to Phil Desbien. William Beaubien leaves without leaving anything. Joan Bednarz leaves rounding up Teen Scene articles to the Junior writers. Paul Bernard leaves his pipe to Bob Harbourt. Cheryl Berry leaves oral history book reports to Sandy Hoar. Elizabeth Boissonneault leaves Mr. Gabriel ' s exams to Sue Haynes to argue over. Annette Boulanger leaves her search for " 1984” to Mary Shea with luck. Roland Bourdeau leaves tutoring Geometry and Review Math to Pete Rogers. Donna Bray leaves her seat in Room 14 to next year’s " fortunate” Seniors. David Brule leaves for Provincetown. Wayne Bugbee leaves future field work to Mr. Humphrey’s future help. Marie Campbell leaves her wonderful American History classes to Terry Lemoine. Jaclyn Casey leaves for Provincetown — after Dave. Frederick Cassidy leaves the nick-name " Hoppy” to his sister Sharon. William Chartier leaves his " people-cutters” to the boys at the National. Jordan Cohen leaves his book of sick jokes to the library. Bruce Councilman leaves to any Junior his seat in Physics. Richard Courtemanche leaves a book " How Not to Experiment in P. Physics”to next year’s needy Seniors. John Crowley leaves the parking lot first — -as usual. James Cuff leaves his front seat on the bus to people who like to be first to get off. Theresa Currier leaves Miss Little’s work sheets to her sister. Thomas Currier leaves his " hot trumpet charge” to Richie Chagnon. Faye Czarnecki leaves — still talking. Stephen Dacyczyn leaves his " wild " typewriter to Rich Boissonneault. Patricia Dauphinias leaves her M M History marks to divide between Kitty and Jay. Edwards Demers leaves with various parts of his car strewn all over the parking lot. Georgianna Desbien leaves and this time she released the emergency brake. Francis Dobosz leaves flying off into the " Wild Blue Yonder.” Richard Ducharme leaves his copy " Sneaky Pitching Tactics” to Peachy Traceski. Carol Duncan leaves to join Herbie. Rosealma Eddy leaves her driving pillow to others with her " pint-sized” problem. Margaret Evans leaves for California. Thomas Evans leaves for the Patch. Edwin Feyrer leaves still preparing his Pulitzer Prize Speech. Donald Fillebrown leaves his Taxi-Cab service to Robert K. Brown. Karen Fisk leaves her book " How to Successfully Drive a Car from the Back of a Bus” to Deb Ross. James Frigon leaves confused by Senior Math — So he says. Jeanne Fronckus leaves memories of a wet party to Betsy Fiske. Joyce Gabriel leaves a copy of " So You Think Leading a Band is Easy” to Junior twirlers. Sally Geraghty leaves with her horn rims on her head. Robert Gmyrek leaves his own book of Math theorems that Mr. Gabriel wouldn’t accept. Bernard Gonyer leaves a peaceful Room 3 to Mr. Oakes. Richard Greenleaf leaves his " Little Deuce Coupe” to Bob Parmeter — if he can drag it away. Sandra Guilbault leaves wishing she were a Junior again. Ellen Gusan leaves for work at " Ellies.” Michael Hastings leaves Mr. Kossakoski a plentiful supply of nails. James Higgins leaves with a secret desire to play drums. William Hildreth leaves to knock down more trees. John Holden leaves his car in the parking lot — ’cause it won’t start. Matthew Jakutowicz leaves looking for his watch. Karen Kells leaves Mr. Kenny a stop watch for timing Nancy’s answers. John Kliska leaves after scoring a 10 in Math nineteen consecutive times. Anne Konsevich regretfully leaves her period 3 Biology class. Carol Kopinto leaves the secret of successful parties to her brother Ed. Patricia Koscinski leaves her dream of a bus from the Patch to Valera Krol. Patricia Kostecki leaves with her bookkeeping finally finished. Mary Kremski leaves her teasing comb and hair spray to Barb Bourdeau. Phil Kuczewski leaves happily. Robert Kulch leaves Physics to Ken Long. Karen Kuninski leaves Senior English outlines and paragraphs to Juniors. Joanne Kurkulonis leaves for her swimming pool. Francis Lopatka leaves the library all over due books he borrowed. Dean Letourneau leaves spatter paints to the future Alter Ego Staff. Paula Litskoski leaves a pair of worn shoes to Pat Ryan — caused by those long walks home. Charles Lockhart leaves for the big time — Saratoga. Victoria Makarewicz leaves sadly without Sutts. Patricia Marceau leaves a subscription to Vogue and Mademoiselle to any fashion- minded Junior. Arthur Martin leaves still spinning records. William Maynard leaves uninjured. Donna Miner leaves Bank Day for next years girls. Donald Morin leaves a map for the incoming Frosh — so they can find the elevator easily. Richard Morin leaves with the girls. Charmaine Murphy leaves wishing she had been here longer. Phyllis Nicewicz leaves on time — for once. John Nickerson leaves empty pretzel boxes everywhere. Virginia Noga leaves Jerry Sullivan wondering what he will get for next Christmas. Thomas Norwood and Eric Pearson leave Mr. Bassett some well earned peace. Michael O’Connor leaves his dancing shoes to anyone who wears his size. Joseph Oleksiewicz and George Sibley leave the high school with fond memories. (?) Carol Ouellette leaves the ditto machine idle. Gerald Parker leaves trying to memorize his line for the Senior Play. Donna Patterson leaves her dimples to Pam Brunelle. Sandra Pearson leaves her ridiculous talent for falling down stairs to anyone who enjoys black and blues. David Petruski leaves on wheels. Peter Pierce leaves Pam Beaubien. Joanne Pollard leaves last minute term papers to Father Time. John Pond leaves his book of " techniques” — hidden. William Powers leaves his political influence to Robert Trudel. Edward Prasol leaves 19 excuses for getting out of anything to Charles Garbiel. Phyllis Richotte leaves the girls basketball team without wanting to. Sandra Rivet leaves washing blackboards to tall Juniors. Kathleen Rockwell leaves a mirror to Jeanette Sak for her locker. Carla Rogaleski leaves her seat in homeroom to anyone who remains in it longer than she did. Elaine Rogers leaves her blush to Paula Garrand. Carole Rudinski leaves a volley ball match victorious. Virginia Rudinski leaves without the nickname " bulldog.” Bonnie Ryan leaves all her frustrations and problems to Pat Ryan and Anne Hilliard. Dorothy Sak leaves still looking for Casey’s car. Joseph Schab leaves with his " Black Knight.” Noreen Schab leaves her gripe with the school parking lot to anyone who wants scratched fenders. Christine Sears leaves her soprano choir book to Pamela Sabato. Judith Sears leaves her book " Red Hair Styles” to Cindy Norwood. Harriet Sheiffer leaves her end position in the cheering lineup to Evey Welcome. Carol Shirtcliff leaves her naturally curly hair to Martha Luippold. Terrance Sicard leaves Ronnie Thibodeau the Art Room. Robert Sojka leaves smiling. Jean Sokolosky leaves her interesting breakfasts to Bob Giknis. Jean Sokolowski leaves four years of homework to Cheryl Morgan. John Soper leaves but takes bis sense of humor with him. Linda Smith leaves her position as Captain to able Junior twirlers. John St. Germain leaves the shop will all ten fingers attached. Alice Sulda leaves for Slippery Gap. Joseph Sulda leaves Ray Ducharme valuable instructions on how to hit the side of a barn. Richard Sullivan leaves singing " The Girl That I Marry.” David Thurber leaves Mr. Kozloski in peace. Linda Traceski leaves still flunking Geometry. Ronald Tuminski leaves behind his mobs of screaming girls!!! Anthony Warchol leaves Mr. Kossakoski regretfully. Warren Welch leaves Cadillacs to anyone who can afford them. Frederick Wissman leaves with a dictionary in hand. Richard Wondoloski leaves plenty of tape to John O’Riley. Martin Yarmac leaves with bis name on the absentee list from force of habit. Judith Yez leaves her pep pills to future office girls. Charlene York leaves afternoon gatherings at her house to Ginger Potosek. Maureen Yukl leaves " those wonderful walks home” to the Gill kids. Marsha Zmuda leaves the trail of " Ambush” lingering in the halls. $ A. M. GAMELIN Class Photographer for 1963 - 1964 . . . SENIORS . . MONTAGUE CITY and GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 102 COUTURE BROS., INC. Painting Wall Paper Supplies Painting Decorating Contractors Picture Framing — Glass Tel. 863-4346 TURNERS FALLS, MASS. WALT ' S PHARMACY, INC. " Your Trademark to better health " Two stores to be of better service to you 445 FEDERAL STREET Tel. PR 2-0201 John W. Prokowich, B.S. 114 MAIN STREET Tel. PR 3-5419 Richard F. Duprey, B.S. DELUXE BEAUTY SALON Josephine Krol, Prop. ALL KINDS OF BEAUTY CULTURE Dial 863-4651 TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS PLEASANT INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. General Insurance Real Estate Phone 863-4318 77 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS Compliments of BILL ' S LUNCHEONETTE MILLERS FALLS 659-3556 DEPENDABLE SERVICE BEAUBIEN AND BONNETTE COAL CO. Coal-Range-Fuel Oils Phone 863-4581 60 SECOND STREET TURNERS FALLS Compliments to the CLASS OF ' 64 GOODNOW ' S DEPARTMENT STORE 103 SHADY GLEN ROONEY ' S SHOES Feature in Grinders Clams and Scallops Turners ' Only Shoe Store For The Entire Family Phone 863-2451 TURNERS FALLS 166 AVE. A TURNERS FALLS Compliments of GEORGE H. REED AND CO., INC. General Contractors 24 FRANKLIN STREET GREENFIELD Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1964 Compliments of CORNER CUPBOARD SNACK SHOP Corner of CHAPMAN MAIN STS. GREENFIELD Compliments of HAWLEY PHARMACY MILLERS FALLS - 659-3327 HAWLEY PHARMACY, Inc. TURNERS FALLS - 863-2473 Congratulations CLASS OF 1964 TRANSCRIPT PRESS Printer of The Netop 26 EXCHANGE STREET Tel. 249-4010 ATHOL, MASS. MONTAGUE MACHINE CO. -PAPER MILL MACHINERY— Maintenance Work for Neighboring Mills TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETS HALLMARK STUDIO, Inc. 314 MAIN STREET GREENFIELD SINGLEY ' S FURNITURE and APPLIANCE STORE -FRIGIDAIRE DEALERS- 173 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS Home-made Ice Cream Sandwiches and Lunches AT GOULD ' S Telephone 659-3052 MILLERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS CHARRON ' S PHARMACY Franklin County ' s Most Modern Drug Store PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED 399 FEDERAL ST. GREENFIELD THE CROCKER INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS " THE BANK WITH THE CHIMES " 52 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASS. MILLERS FALLS BOND ★ MILLERS FALLS ONION SKIN OLD DEERFIELD BOND ★ GIBRALTER ONION SKIN MILLERS FALLS EZERASE BOND and ONION SKIN MILLERS FALLS OPAQUE PARCHMENTS MILLERS FALLS PAPER COMPANY MILLERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS For Repairs — Bring ' em To Us! AL ' S BODY SHOP Fender and Body Work Wrecks a Specialty Jet. Montague City Road and Ave. A Tel. 863-4835 TURNERS FALLS, MASS. Compliments of BILLS RESTAURANT, INC. 30 FEDERAL STREET GREENFIELD W. S. CASSIDY, INC. PONTIAC . YOUR NEXT CAR Strato-Flight — Hydra-Mafic TURNERS FALLS and GREENFIELD § FOR THE BEST TIRE DEAL IN FRANKLIN COUNTY trade at ART ' S TIRE SERVICE, INC. 10 SILVER STREET GREENFIELD GOOD LUCK to the CLASS OF 1964 LIONEL ' S BARBER SHOP 110 AVE. A TURNERS FALLS Compliments of TURNERS FALLS COAL CO. | Phone 863-4321 FIFTH STREET TURNERS FALLS Best of luck to the Class of 1964 Nutritious DAIRY PRODUCTS PASTEURIZED MILK and CREAM - ALSO HOMOGENIZED SOCQUET HILLSIDE FARM Telephone 863-2375 HILLSIDE ROAD TURNERS FALLS, MASS. 107 LAWRENCE SHOES Compliments of Shoes for All the Family 220 MAIN ST. GREENFIELD Compliments of FRENCH KING BOWLING CENTER 12 Modern Lanes Snack Bar Reservations Tel. 659-3047 FRENCH KING HIGHWAY MILLERS FALLS CENTER PHARMACY 131 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS Phone 863-4879 —Free Drug Delivery- Open Daily 9 AM. to 10 P.M. Compliments of CHAPIN AND SADLER Coal — Fuel Oil BUS TRANSPORTATION POLISH CO-OP STORES 96 FOURTH ST. 39 ELEVENTH ST. TURNERS FALLS GOOD LUCK To The CLASS OF 1964 GRIBBON ' S MUSIC CENTER Turners Leads the Way — Others Follow Compliments of NADEAU ' S CLOVER FARM STORE Quality Meats and Groceries OPEN DAILY 9 AM. to 9 P.M. HIGH STREET TURNERS FALLS Compliments of JARVIS WELDING MFG. CO. MILLERS FALLS ROAD TURNERS FALLS 108 Best Wishes to the CLASS OF 1964 THE ROCKDALE STORE TURNERS FALLS, MASS. LaPIERRE ' S, INC. WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES ' YOU CAN BE SURE IF IT ' S WESTINGHOUSE 42 FEDERAL STREET GREENFIELD, MASS. Phone 772-0296 59 FEDERAL STREET GREENFIELD, MASS. Phone 773-7714 Compliments of ST. KAZIMIER ' S SOCIETY AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS Compliments of LOU ' S ATLANTIC Tires — Batteries — Accessories AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS DORAN, INC. Plumbing, Heating Appliances ' We Sell - Install - Service - Guarantee ' ' MILLERS FALLS 659-3543 TURNERS FALLS 863-4323 ? ESCOTT ' S CITIES SERVICE MINOR REPAIRS Tel. 863-4028 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASS. iKproriter d azdtp SINCE 1792 FRANKLIN COUNTY ' S OWN NEWSPAPER All the News of Turners Falls and Other Montague Sections " A COMPLETE HOME NEWSPAPER FOR ALL THE FAMILY " Telephones: 863-4441 or 772-0261 TURNERS FALLS BUREAU 69V 2 AVENUE A 110 Compliments of ST. STANISLAUS TURNERS FALLS EASTERN TEXTILE COMPANY Distributors of COTTON, SILK and RAYON DRESS GOODS GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS 773-7516 Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1964 BARBARA ' S BEAUTY BAR 111 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASS. Tel. 863-4000 A. H. RIST — Insurance Since 1888 56 FOURTH STREET Fire — Bond — Casualty — Automobile Life — Marine — Notary Public — Burglary TURNERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS Real Estate Sales and Appraisals CADE ' S FLORIST TELEGRAPH DELIVERY FLOWER SHOP 54 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS ALIBER ' S " Where there is no Compromise with Quality " Compliments of JUREK BROS., INC. 53 SCHOOL STREET GREENFIELD $ COMPANY WER TOOLS MADE Hand Hacksaw Blades Is • Industrial Electric Tools • Router — Plane — Shaper MILLERS FALLS COMPANY GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS cJhe $Jeldon Greenfield, Mass. COMPLETE DINING and BANQUET FACILITIES SHADY REST Compliments of Wally Rachel MILLERS FALLS ROAD TURNERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS ESLEECK MANUFACTURING COMPANY THIN PAPERS - TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS 113 anc Best Wishes Ith e DUATES f HIGH SCHOOL WHAI-AM plus FM CBS Radio Network GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of Compliments of RITA ' S BEAUTY SALON GODIN 5 10c STORE Rita Tuminski, Prop. 80 HIGH STREET 151 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS 863-2663 ARE YOU LOOKING FOR . . . Printing that will compliment your message — help win the attention of your customers and prospects? Drop in and let us show you the fine printing we do FRANKLIN COUNTY PRESS, INC. 60 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS Phone 863-4625 114 BARRETT BAKER Compliments of Stationers — Office Supplies WAINSHAL ' S Typewriter Sales and Service Greenfield ' s Largest Furniture Store 306-310 MAIN STREET 377 MAIN STREET GREENFIELD, MASS. GREENFIELD, MASS. The FRANKLIN SAVINGS INSTITUTION “ The bank on the corner” MUNNS FERRY ROAD GILL, MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of THE ATHENS RESTAURANT " Where Friends Meet " MONTAGUE ROAD TURNERS FALLS Memoriam John Fitzgerald Kennedy 1917-1963 SELECTMEN Town of Montague Saulnier Kelleher Bonnette Compliments of BILLS BARBER SHOP We specialize in all short and fancy haircuts. 4 COURT SQUARE GREENFIELD WILLIAM ' S GARAGE , FOR SMOOTH DRIVING —Specializing in— Compliments of y Bear Wheel Alignment Sun Scientific Tune-up ( 147 SECOND ST. TURNERS FALLS STRATHMORE PAPER CO. | I Compliments of § 1 CONGRATULATIONS! $ ) HARRY SPUNGIN CLASS OF 1964 § } Furrier Best Wishes for the Future ? ? ) 28 CHAPMAN STREET VALLEY STUDIO | ■ GREENFIELD, MASS. " Everything Photographic " § § 774-4262 74 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS ' Compliments of Congratulations to the HAROLD B. MYERS CLASS OF 1964 | » -GULF- THE CAPTAIN TURNER § MILLERS FALLS ROAD Phone 863-4836 TURNERS FALLS AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS § ) Congratulations to the Compliments of CLASS OF ' 64 SPORTHAUS | WARD ' S STORE Ski Shop — Sports Wear V 320 MAIN ST. GREENFIELD, MASS. | MILLERS FALLS Across From The Common j Peg Morgan Browning Tel. 773-3876 116 A R B E N Quality Furniture at Low Prices Franklin County ' s Largest and Most Modern Furniture Showroom MILLERS FALLS RD. TURNERS FALLS ELLIE ' S LUNCH Home-Cooked Food and Homemade Muffins Air Conditioned and Booth Service 63 THIRD ST. TURNERS FALLS Compliments of FARRELL REALTORS GEO. STARBUCK SONS, INC. Established 1872 QUIET MAY OIL BURNER Steam, Water and Plumbing Contractors SHEET METAL WORK Flue Lining, Clay and Orangeburg Pipe General Kitchen Furnishings TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of THE HUB RESTAURANT Banquets, Weddings, Parties GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of JOSEPH RIEL HEATING - PLUMBING Best Wishes to the CLASS OF 1964 SWEENEY FORD SALES GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS CLEARY ' S JEWELERS Oldest Established Store in Area Selling and Servicing Diamonds-Watches-Silver Jewelry-China-Gifts 248 MAIN STREET GREENFIELD, MASS. 117 Compliments of | ARCHITECTURAL STONE COMPANY TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of McCarthy BOB ' S AUTO BODY -THE CLOTHIER- 24 Hour Wrecker Service Tailor-Made Suits A Specialty Phone 863-21 1 2 303 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of BEAUBIEN ' S texaco rmffpH SIGDA FLOWER SHOP SERVICE STATION [ JKKT J 284 HIGH STREET Telephone 863-4335 101 THIRD STREET Wf GREENFIELD TURNERS FALLS YOU CAN DO BETTER AT CARROLL ' S SUPER MARKETS MILLERS FALLS . . . . . . GILL Good Luck to the Class of 1964 WHITE SWAN BEAUTY SHOPPE Tel.659-3309 51 MAIN STREET MILLERS FALLS THE Smo oth Sailing Ahead CORNER BOOK STORE So Long — Happy Days INC. SENIORS OF 1964 Blank Books and Stationery — Newspapers Office Supplies — Periodicals L. A. KOHLER CO., INC. Greeting Cards for all Occasions Philco Television — RCA — Decca Phone 863-4569 Columbia and Capitol Records 116 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASS. 75 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS PARTRIDGE-ZSCHAU, INC. INSURANCE REALTORS 12 MAIN STREET MILLERS FALLS, MASS. Telephone 659-3318 106 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASS. Telephone 863-4331 INDEED WE DO! SELL LIFE INSURANCE Compliments of YETTER - The Florist MACKIN ' S QUALITY FLOWERS SINCE 1907 Phone 774-4305 GREENFIELD MILLERS FALLS GREENFIELD MASSACHUSETTS RUCKI ' S Best Wishes to GOODYEAR AND GENERAL ELECTRIC PRODUCTS CLASS OF 1964 " The most of the best for the least ' OLD STONE LODGE Phone 774-4791 19 FEDERAL ST. GREENFIELD Compliments of FRANKLIN HEAT CONTROL CO., INC. ALUMINUM PRODUCTS Sidewall Covering — Aluminum Sidings — Awnings — Jalousies Aluminum Windows — Storm Doors — Patio Covers Railings — Roofing — Perma-Stone " Locally Owned and Operated " James Baird James Hanrahan 41-43 BANK ROW NORTHFIELD 649 863-2133 773-8207 Compliments of GREENFIELD SAVINGS BANK 400 MAIN STREET GREENFIELD 120 In Memory of John Fitzgerald Kennedy Compliments of DOLAN DOLAN 77 FOURTH STREET TURNERS FALLS, MASS. LUNT SILVERSMITHS, greenfield, Massachusetts Compliments Of The SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Best Wishes Class of 1964 CAMILLE A. PAULIN REGISTERED BARBER TURNERS FALLS, MASS. BAUCH ' S ESSO STATION 193 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASS. Lubrication Esso Oil Tires Custom Washing Tel. 863-4378 EDWARD STOTZ, INC. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 774-4257 Serving Franklin County 121 s ■ . • ■ K-


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