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

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PESKE TUK Turner Falls High School Class of 1967 In the whirling turns of change and the circling spiral of time, there is one man who will remain stable, who will stand fast in our hearts. He has helped many classes as they struggled, hestitated, and then turned with confidence to walk from Turners Falls High School. He has taken pride in the students who leave our school, and we are proud of him. During the last four years, he has opened our eyes to the elements of today’s earth and has listened to our dreams of tomorrow’s world. He has patiently instructed and guided, not only as a respected teacher, but as a trusted friend, always willing to do more than his share. His patient encouragement, his cheerful laughter, his gruff humor, and his soft heart have left echoing memories which will linger in the minds of the Class of ’67 long after much of our high school experience has been forgotten. And so it is that we, with admiration, affection, and respect, have the honor of dedicating our yearbook to you — Mr. Galvin. MR. ARTHUR E. BURKE Always there must be one to lead. There must be one hand to direct and oversee others. The Class of 1967 found strength and gui- dance in the form of a man whose face was seldom seen yet whose authority was always felt. Because of his ability and experience we face the future with confidence. We are the last class this man will supervise, perhaps to him we are special. We feel fortunate to have been under his guidance throughout our school lives. As you have wished us luck, so too, the Class of 1967, with grati- tude, wishes you luck, Mr. Burke. 4 MR. WILLIAM A. COOK Standing straight and firm in the doorway as we turn around to look back, is the smiling figure of a man who knows the Class of ’67 well. His knowledge came from close association with us as individuals. Ever present, always willing, he has taught us discipline, given us encouragement, listened to our problems, and directed us toward mature solutions. His interest was obvious from the early weeks of our Junior year when he called us by name. From our first favorable impression our admiration for him has grown steadily, encouraged by his dedication to young people and his understanding of them. For the support and guidance you have given us, respectfully and sincerely we thank you, Mr. Cook. 5 MR. ALBERT J. ROUTHIER A class can not pass from year to year; students can not work from day to day without friends to guide and help. Each " turn around” which brings us to strength and maturity has been easier because of help and advice. Our guidance counselor and class advisor has offered the help we needed. As freshmen — our questions were answered; as sophomores — our first activities were supervised; as juniors — our futures were discussed; as seniors — our efforts were supported. Re- sulting from this, our paths are now straighter, our steps sure, our ideas more stable, and our hearts more secure — for this we are indebted to you, Mr. Routhier. 6 MR. ALBERT JOSEPH ROUTHIER B.P.H. University of Montreal M.A.T. Boston College Graduate School Our Lady of Providence Seminary University of Massachusetts French l, II, III, French Advisor, Guidance Counselor " 67” MRS. JUDY FAITH FINKEL Boston University Middlebury College French I, II; Latin I; French Club Advisor; National Honor Society Advisor MRS. MARY JUDITH COPPINGER University of Massachusetts University of Arizona at Guadalajara, Mexico Spanish I, II, III Spanish Club Advisor MISS LOUISE MAY CLARK A.B. University of Vermont Latin I, II, III, IV MRS. MARY CURLEY BEISEL Albertus Magnus College, New Haven, Connecticut Fairfield University Graduate School, Fairfield, Connecticut Spanish I; Latin I; Spanish Club Advisor 8 MR. WILLIAM STEINECKE JR. University of Vermont B.A. Brown University English II III ' Faculty Advisor for Netop-Y earhook MRS. CHARLOTTE ZELUMA POTTER B.A. University of Maine University of Massachusetts English I IV Guidance — " 68” MISS MEREDITH LEE HATCH B.A. West Virginia Wesleyan College English II IV Dramatics Coach MR. WILLIAM JEREMIAH THOMAS CONNELLY A.B. Amherst M.S. University of Mass. English 1 III MR. FREDERICK BARNS OAKES A.B. Tufts College M.S. University of Massachusetts English III IV Camera Club Advisor, Alter Ego and Teen Scene Advisor MR. PHILIP ASHLEY CAPEN A.B. Curry College English I II 9 MR. CHARLES HOWARD GALVIN B.S. Norwich University University of Massachusetts University of Vermont University of Connecticut Smith College Chemistry Physics MRS. JEAN NELSON MARTIN B.S. Platteville State Teachers Algebra MR. RICHARD MICHAEL FARLAND B.S. Boston University General Science , Practical Physics, Physical Education Football Coach, Freshman Basketball, Head Baseball Coach MR. RAYMOND LEONARD GARBIEL B.S. University of Massachusetts Geometry, Advanced Mathematics MR. JOHN JOSEPH ZYWNA B.A. Wesleyan University Practical Chemistry, Algebra Assistant Football Coach MR. JOHN FRANCIS BASSETT B.S. Arnold College Biology Head Football Coach, Track Coach MR. EDWARD JOSEPH BOURDEAU B.S. University of Massachusetts M.S. University of Massachusetts Math Ath letic Director 10 k 000 c , 00 © rioeo feeoi ©00 MISS MARION ANN NADEAU MR. ROBERT ALLEN AVERY B.S. Salem State College Steno II, Office Practice; Typing II B.B.A. University of Massachusetts Bookkeeping I, II, III; Cross Country Coach MR. THOMAS GUILFOIL MEEHAN A.B. American International College Springfield College US. History; History Club Advisor; National Honor Society Advisor; Student Council and Student Patrol Advisor MR. ROBERT LEON PLAISTED A.B. Bates College L.L.B. University of Maine Law School U.S. Government MR. WILLIAM EDWARD ROBERTS A.B. Brown University M.Ed. Westfield State College American Government; Problems of Democracy; Social Science MRS. VIRGINIA MARY CALL B.S. University of Massachusetts Typing 1; Shorthand I; Personal Typing MR. GEORGE FRANK BUSH B.A. Williams College M.S. University of Massachusetts Ancient History; European History; Tennis Coach; J.V. Basketball Coach 11 MISS MERY CATHERINE O’BRIEN B.S.E. Massachusetts College of Art Graduate Study University of Massachusetts Boston University M.I.T. Art, Art Appreciation, Art Club Supervisor MR. DANA HASKELL PROUTY Fitchburg State College University of Massachusetts Oswego State College Guidance Counselor — mi MRS. JUDITH WINN Secretary to Mr. Cook MR. JAMES CHESTER HUMPHREY William and Mary College Administrative Assistant n MISS MARGARET PATRICIA CREAN B.S. University of Massachusetts Commercial Arithmetic; Geography; Law Training MR. ARTHUR EVERETT GILMORE JR. University of Hawaii San Antonio College Incarnate Ward College University of Puerto Rico Julius Hartt School of Music Music Appreciation Music Theory Band Chorus MRS. RUTH FAULKNER Secretary to Mr. Prouty MISS HELEN ELIZABETH McGILLICUDDY B.A. Connecticut College for Women Librarian MRS. CHARLOTTE ROBINSON B.S. Boston University Physical Education Sargent University Physical Education MR. RICHARD CHESTER KOSSAKOSKI B.E. Keene State Teacher’s College Industrial Arts, Mechanical Drawing MRS. ANNA ELIZABETH SABATO R.N. Newport Hospital School of Nursing Butler Psychiatric Hospital School Nurse MR. HAROLD RENE FUGERE B.S. Arnold College M.S. University of Massachusetts Physical Education MRS. PATRICIA KATE LILLEY B.S. Plattsburg State Teachers College M.S. University of Massachusetts Home Economics MARY ELIZABETH GRIMARD " A good laugh is sunshine in a house; A good deed is the law of happiness.” " Grimmey” likes to be busy, and the color green . . . complains when her ’54 Chevy refuses to move . . . says " Are you kid- ding me?” . . . has participated in Basketball 2, 3, 4; Tumbling 1, 2; Cheering 1, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Student Council 4; (secretary); Class secretary 3, 4; " Facing the Future.” Vc. SocAcc ROBERT PETER CAMPBELL " Only a free soul will never grow old” 3 " Dizzy” likes hunting, traveling, and par- - , ties . . . dislikes winter and school till 2:30 i)(x i [rG . . . says, " Beach Crowd?” . . . has partici- pated in Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4 (President 4); Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; " T” Club 3, 4; Numerous Decorating Committees; Class Treasurer 4; " Hills of Bataan”. NEDINE MARJORIE POTTER " Love for friendship shown by a kind, polite smile " " Ned” says " How gross” . . . likes choco- late and pink lace . . . dislikes baked beans and " smiling knees” . . . has outside interests in music (piano) and Girl Scouts . . . has participated in Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Teen Scene 1, 2, 3, 4 (Edi- tor 4); Class Historian 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Junior Prize Speaking; French Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 4; Chess Club 2; Netop- Yearbook (Executive Editor); Art Club 2; District Chorus 2, 3, 4; All State Chorus 3; American Legion Speaker 3; Na- tional Honor Society. Cc ' 1 1 -Seyoi ° ' OcJel Co f eS ROBERT JOHN BRAY " The heart to conceive, the understanding to direct and the hand to execute ’ " Chuck” likes big snowstorms . . . dis- likes rye bread in bag lunches . . . says, " Cool it!” . . . has participated in Football 1, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4); Junior Prize Speaking; Student Council (President 4); Class Vice Dror O 2 ■ DrAFt Jonf A PATRICIA AILEEN O’CONNOR " A develish twinkle in her eye, a grin upon her face " " Pat” likes Westfield State College . . . en- joys sewing . . . dislikes Chinese food . . . favorite saying " You know, you know” . . . has been Vice-President 4; Netop and Yearbook; Teen Scene; Commercial Club (Secretary); Camera Club; Art Club 2, 3; Bank Day Cashier; Secretary to Mr. Capen; Softball 1, 2 (co-captain); Basketball; Numerous dance committees; History Club. i er ior P ct ARNOLD ADAMSKI " Silence is as full of potential wisdom and wit as the unhewn L L ( !C marble of great sculpture " , . jy marble of great sculpture " " Arnie’s " favorite saying is " No future in it’’ . . . rates Italian foods and sports high on his lists . . . dreads having English last period of the day . . . outside interests include football, baseball, and basketball, -t , , I rat K M ROBERT JOSEPH ANTINARELLA " Let me live in thornless joy, and be a friend to man! " " Ants” thinks young people are particularly interesting . . . be- lieves people not only should be full of plans but should carry out those plans . . . most of Ants’ time centered around sports . . . has been active in Baseball 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; History Club 4. GAYLEE ANN AREL " Quietness is best” " Gayl’s favorite expression is " Who me?” . . . outside interests center around sports . . . likes ’57 Bel-Aire Chevies . . . pet peeve is that terrible thing called homework. LINDA ROSE ARIAL " She carries laughter in her heart” " Lin’s” favorite saying is " Go sit on your head!” . . . hobbies include dancing and rollerskating . . . loves music and television . . . doesn’t care for bag lunches . . . has participated in Softball 1; Student Patrol 4. WILLIAM G. BARBER II " Humor is gravity concealed behind the jest " " Bill’s” common saying is " You ' re putting me on!” l ikes Fords . . . dislikes Chevies . . . has participated in Football 1; Usher Junior Prom. KATHLEEN MARIE BEDAW " 1 am a part of all that 1 have met” " Kathie” likes country living and jeeps with four wheel drive . . . dislikes people who are habitually late . . . always says " Tres Cool” . . . outside interests include long walks, gathering milkweed and swimming . . . has participated in Tumbling 2; Spanish Club 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; Alter Ego 3; Class Day and Gradua- tion Usher; Girl’s State Alternate 3; History Club 4; National Honor Society; Netop Editor 4; Associate Editor of Yearbook; Camera Club 4, (Secretary). Q C c 17 GARY DALE BASTARACHE " Enclosed in a tumultous privacy of storm” " Bass’s” favorite expression is " You blew your cool!” . . . likes billiards ... his pet peeve — short hair . . . has participated in Football 1; Art Qub 1, 2, 3, 4; E ecorating Committees for Numerous E ances; Chorus 4; Camera J Jub; " Our Miss Brooks and the Christmas Carol.” fb e--r iOt P GERALDINE BAIRD " The smile that won’t come off” " Geri” dislikes haunted houses . . . favorite expression, " You kiddin?” . . . outside interests include skiing and Tri-Hi-Y . . . has been active in Art Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Student Patrol 4; Chess Qub 3; Community Service 3; Bank Day Cashier 4; History Qub 4; Camera Club 4. Se.ts.vOr " 1 PATRICIA ANN BELUNAS " Nothing is impossible to the willing heart’’ 7 Cv " Pat " likes weekends and dancing . . . outside interests include horseback riding, painting and writing to pen-pals . . . dislikes people who are late . . . says " Heavens” . . . has participated in Art Club 1, 2, 3; Netop and Yearbook (Typing Editor); Basket- ball 1; Commercial Club 3, 4; History Club 4; Bank Day Cashier; Camera Club. JAMES ROBERT BERGERON " Write me as one who loves his fellow man.” " Jim” likes school vacations . . . says " you know it!” . . . dislikes the fact there aren’t enough school vacations ... his outside interest is fishing. CATHLEEN ANN BONNETTE " Everyone is the son of his own works” " Cathy” says " RRRight!” . . . dislikes junks and cars that don ' t go . . . has participated in Tumbling 1, 2; Basketball 3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; French Club 2, 4; and Art Qub 4. C ujX ' uccL DENIS FRANCIS BORDEAUX " By blood a king, at heart a comedian” " Deni” likes 4,444 . . . says " Don’t touch that locker!” . . . outside interests include skiing, dancing and pool . . . has participated in Football 1, 3„ 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prize Speaking; Usher Junior Prom; Numerous Dance Committees; Boy’s Chorus (Secretary 4); " Our Miss Brooks and the Christsmas Carol”; American Legion Oratorical Speaker. 18 JEANNE ANN BORKOWSKI " The slow wise smile” " Jeannie” likes green grapes and lollipops . . . says, " It’s a scorcher!” . . . interests include dances, dates, bowling alleys . . . participated in Softball 1, 2; Tumbling 1, 2; Decorating Junior Prom 3; Student Patrol 4; Office Girl 3, 4. BARBARA ROSE BOURDEAU " Kindness is the sunshine in which virtue grows” " Barbs” says " you’re kidding!” . . . loves souvenirs . . . detests short telephone conversations . . . outside interests are skiing, dancing, and Tri-Hi-Y . . . participated in Art Club 1, 2, 3; Twirling 3, 4; Library Aide 3, 4; Commercial Club 3; Bank Day Cashier 4; Decorating Junior Prom 3; Chess Club 2; Usher Graduation, Junior Prom; Entertainment Committee Sophomore Social 2; Camera Club 4. KENNETH WINFIELD BROWN JR. " Quiet strength, laughter learnt of friends” " Kenny” likes sports, pool . . . dislikes 6’6” tackles . . . can be heard saying " that’s wonderful” . . . activities include Class President 2, 3; Student Council (Vice-President); Boys’ State Representative 3; Student Patrol 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Basketball 2; Magazine Staff 2, 3; Junior Prize Speaking; " Hills of Bataan”. " Ot- r 4 or YWs LUCILLE ANNE BRUNELLE " To be merry becomes you best” " Lucy” likes lockers that open . . . dislikes school lunches . . . says " Cool it” . . . has participated in Commercial Club 3, 4; Student Patrol 3; Junior Prom Entertainment Committee 3; Na- tional Honor Society; Bank Day Cashier; and Secretary to Mr. Avery4 ' 19 BARBARA ANN BULMAN " A personality that changes to suit its surroundings. " " Barb” enjoys skiing, water skiing, and sewing . . . by-word — " I’m going to go crazy!” . . . has been active in Softball 1; Art Club 1, 3, 4; and Bank Day Cashier. CAROL JEAN BURNHAM " Good-humor only teaches charm to last ” " Carol” dislikes racists . . . says " What’s this!” . . . likes Joan Baez and B.S.A.’s . . . has participated in Softball 3, 4; Basketball manager 3, 4; Track 4; Tumbling 1, 2; Art Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; History Club 4; Camera Club 4; Student Patrol 3; Netop- Yearbook (Executive Editor) 4; Pumpkin Prom, Junior Prom and Freshman Welcome Decorating Committee; Teen Scene 4 ’ Seller- JOHN CLARK BURNHAM " No finer friend, no better sport Could in this world be found” " Jack” dislikes people who don’t know how to tell jokes . . . likes Mr. Meehan’s humor . . . says " Hey!” . . . has participated in Football 1; Tennis 1; Cross Country 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; f Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Magazine Drive Staff 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 1, 2; and Junior Prom Committee. SetN iOt V W ' jl PAMELA ANN BRUNELLE " Liberty of thought is the life of the soul " " Pam” says " I’m so-o-o embarrassed, really!” . . . likes the color white . . . dislikes conceited people and card games . . . has participated in Camera Club 4; History Club 4; Softball 1, 2; Twirling 3, 4; Junior Prom and Sophomore Social Decorating Committees. BARBARA MARY CADRAN " Happy am 1; from care I’m free! Why aren’t they all content like me?” " Barb” likes Bentley College . . . dislikes fog on the lake . . . says " Push down, you floor-hoggers” . . . secretly hopes to become an Accountant . . . has participated in Cheering 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4); Spanish Club 2; Commercial Club 3; Bank Day Cashier; Netop and Yearbook Staff; Secretary to Mr. Steinecke; Softball 1; Tumbling 1; Usher and Decorating Committee for Junior Prom; Usher for Junior Prize Speaking; National Honor Society; DAR Good Citizen Award; History Club 4. LYNN APRIL CARRIKER " Her talk was like a stream which runs With rapid change from rocks to roses " " Lynn” transferred here in the midst of her Junior year . . . dislikes " picnics” . . . always says " What have you poor kids got on the menu today?” . . . has been Chairman of the Make-up Committee for dramatic productions; Bank Day Cashier and has worked after school. r , S- cxr GERALDINE MAE CARSON " Life is music. Live it well and you shall always be in tune " " Geri” likes cars, popular music and skiing . . . says, " Oh yea” . . . has participated in Band 1, 2, 3, 4. SHARON ROSE CASSIDY " Laughter’s never an end, it’s a by-product. " " Hop’s” outside interests are skiing, Tri Hi Y and tennis . . . dislikes Wandering Fishermen . . . likes semi-hemis . . . always says " Son of a gun” . . . has participated in Tumbling 1; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2; Camera Club 3, 4; Alter Ego 3, 4; Decorating committee for the Junior and Pumpkin Proms, Usher for the Junior Prom Teen Scene; Student Patrol 3; and Netop and Yearbook. 21 KATHLEEN ETHEL CHAREST " Every person has his pleasures, his style of wit and his own ways. " " Kathy” likes money . . . dislikes Monday mornings . . . says " Can’t see it, no future in it.” . . . has participated in Volley Ball 1, 2, 4; Spanish Club 2; Band 3; History Club; and Student Patrol. PRISCILLA ANN CHISHOLM " Golden hair like sunlight streaming On the marble of her shoulder.” " Chizz’s interests include water skiing, boating, and dancing . . . likes folk music and dining out . . . dislikes dirty skirts after eating lunch on dirty bleachers . . . says " Well, wof ti do” . . . has participated in Band 1, 2, 3; French Club 2; Spanish Club 2; Christmas Play 2; and entertainment committee for the Junior Prom ' fubUcHcp JUDY TERESA CLARK " The only way to have a friend is to be one.” " D. J.” can be heard saying " It figures!” . . . likes money and Los Angeles Dodgers . . . pet peeve is sick jokes . . . outside activities include baseball, camping and photography . . . after her transfer from Frontier High School, she has participated in Basketball 4; Softball 4; Secretary for Mr. Meehan and Teen Scene typist. GARY BRIAN CLOUGH " The most useless day of all is that in which we have not laughed.” " Clow” enjoys water skiing ... is often exclaiming " What’s the scoop?” . . . likes cars pool, swimming, boats and planes . . . objects greatly to 2:30 dismissals . . . has participated in Fresh- man and Sophomore baseball, s o r 22 ALDEA BEATRICE CLOUTIER " Little deeds of kindness, little words of love, Help to make earth happy like the heaven above. " " Al ' s” free time is used for babysitting for 12 children, swimming and bowling . . . says " I’m going to tell my mother!’’ . . . likes music, singing, skating and talking . . . dislikes sick jokes . . . has been in Chorus 3, 4; and Student Patrol. St-fAo r Plfc (Scevsec ' n WALTER DAVID CRAVEN " A faithful friend is a strong defense. " " Skip " is often exclaiming loudly " Do it now or die later!’’ . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . dislikes wiseguys . . . likes to play football . . . played Football 1. Pla G c ef ' .e ' C ) (Xzosy7zO Qj KATHERINE AGNES CONWAY " One is able to win people far more by the spoken word than by the written word.” " Kath” is interested in traveling, sports cars and sailing . . . en- joyed English III and anything Greek . . . shuns pseudo-intellectuals and phonies . . . can be heard saying " Really?” . . . has included in her activities Chorus 2, 3, 4, (Librarian 4); District Chorus 3; Student Patrol 3, 4; Netop-Yearbook Business Staff 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, (Secretary 3); Spanish Club 3; Teen Scene Staff 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 4; Decorating for Junior Prom and Sophomore Social; Junior Prize Speaking; Kennedy Memorial Speaker; American Legion Essay Contest; " Our Miss Brooks an d the Christmas Carol.” 5e BEVERLY JOYCE COOKE " l look upon everyday last, in which l do not make a new acquaintance. " " Chank” likes people who are tall, dark and handsome . . . avoids anyone who is smarter than herself . . . has interests in Tri-Hi-Y and Candystriping . . . favorite expression is " What the heck?” . . . has participated in Softball 3, 4; Baskektball 3, 4; Chorus 4; History Club 4; Decorating Committee for Junior Prom; Secretary to Mr. Meehan 4; Spanish Club 4; Art Club 4; Teen Scene Staff 4. 23 JANE MARGARET CURRIE " Afoot and light-hearted, I take to the open road " " Janie” secretly wants to live in Boston . . . says shyly " I ' m so-o embarrassed” ... is interested in dancing, skiing and Tri-Hi-Y . . . dislikes peaches . . . activities at T.F.H.S. include Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Commercial Club 3, 4; Chess Club 2; Community Service Club 3, 4; Bank Day Cashier 4; Decorating and Entertainment Committee for the Junior Prom; Entertainment Com- mittee for Sophomore Social; Cheering 4; Student Patrol 4; History Club 4; Camera Club 4; and Secretary for Mr. Capen 4. GERALDINE LEE CURRIER " Sincerity is a jewel rarely found” " Toodie” wants to be tall . . . likes horse-back riding . . . says " Hey there” . . . dislikes Monday mornings . . . has participated in Commercial Club; Spanish Club; History Club; Home Eco- nomics Club; Teen Scene; Student Patrol; Netop and Yearbook Staff. SUSAN VICTORIA DeMEO " Happy, good natured, willing, and kind are only a few words that might describe her” " Sue” enjoys drawing and writing . . . says " I’m so embarrassed” . . . dislikes pickles and pigs . . . likes " those certain special people”, the shades of blue, and long blonde hair . . . has par- ticipated in Art Club; History Club; French Club; Camera Club; Chorus; Junior Prize Speaking; Netop and Yearbook Staff; Teen Scene; Alter Ego; Softball; Student Patrol; " Our Miss Brooks and the Christmas Carol " ; and has served as an Office Girl. 5e.r G-r 9v cx t ' LO ' Je JOHN JOSEPH DEMO " He who learns by finding out has sevenfold the skill of him who learned by being told” " John” dislikes faulty ink pens . . . says " Ya — but” . . . likes people, a good teacher, fine friends, and things in general . . . has participated in Football; Track; Cross-Country; T-Club; Camera Club; Chess Club; History Club; Junior Prize Speaking Alternate; and " Facing the Future.” Sc-AiOr 24 CATHERINE ANN DENKEWICZ " Silence is the element which the great fashion themselves” " Cathy” likes Chevies . . . dislikes loudmouths . . . says " check” . . . has served as a library aide. 3 ROBERT OMER DesROSIERS " Gay and carefree, as everyone knows, he creates laughter wherever he goes.” " Nate” likes pool, sports, C.D. classes, and Mr. Meehan’s History Class . .. dislikes geometry and Monday mornings . . . says " neat” has participated in Track, Baseball, History Club, Art Club, Student Council, Student Patrol; has served as Football Manager 1, 2, 3; and as an usher at Junior Prom; " Our Miss Brooks and the Christmas Carol.” BRUCE ROBERT DION " There is honesty, manhood, and good fellowship in thee” " Chi-Chi” likes a fine movie, a coke, and playing golf . . . says " nice guy” . . . dislikes three putt greens, and getting out of school at 2:30 . . . has participated on the Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 4; served as manager of the Basketball Team 3, 4. v , (yr- PVc Csc CX jd a Gol GERALD ANTHONY DOBOSZ " He is always laughing for he has an infinite deal of wit.” " Dobe” wants to find a shorter route to Millers Falls . . . dislikes hospital rooms and slippery grass . . . says " oh brother!” . . . has participated in Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, and Football 1. or ) C 25 Ou ulj uxX SHARON JEANNE DuCHARME " She has a voice of gladness and a smile and eloquence of beauty " " Shari” likes horseback riding and winter sports . . . detests cigar smokers and people who think they know it all . . . likes burgundy Fords . . . can be heard saying " I don’t know” . . . has participated in Chorus 3, 4; Commercial Club; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; Basketball 1; Netop-Yearbook; History Club; Camera Club; Bank Day Cashier; Tumbling 1; Various Dance Committees; Usher for Graduation 3. DAVID H. DUNCAN " The strong always succeed.” " Dave” likes sports . . . detests English . . . enjoys playing pool and fooling around with cars . . . can always be heard saying " I dunno” . . . has participated in Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 3, 4; Track 4; Student Patrol; and was recipient of the Canon Novak Award. _ _ KATHERINE ANN DUNICAN " Modesty is the beauty of women” " Dixie” likes the Cape . . . dislikes cigar smokers . . . can be heard saying " You know what I mean” . . . was active in Art Club 2, 3, 4; Office Girl 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club; Teen Scene Typist; History Club; Netop-Yearbook Staff (Executive Editor); Bank Day Cashier; Home Economics 1; National Honor Soceity; Usher for Graduation and Freshman Welcome; Decorating Com- mittee for Junior Prom; Secretary to Mrs. Sabato. Se-vGor FRANCES EDDY " The great duties of life are written with a sunbeam” Francie can be heard saying " sorry about that, but you’ll get over it!” . . . enjoys horses and riding . . . likes Cadillacs . . . dislikes onions and band rehearsals . . . has participated in . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4; American Band 2; Commercial Club 3, 4; Art Club 2; Community Service Club 4; Bank Day Cashier 4; Secretary to Mr. Garbiel. 26 LUCINDA JEAN ENGERMAN " The mildest manner and gentlest heart” " Cindy” is interested in art and drawing . . . hates black combat boots . . . likes doing crazy things on the spur of the moment . . . says " I don’t believe it” . . . was active in French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; History Club 4; Camera Club 4; and Basketball 1. Sen iOs " To be a strong hand in the dark to another in a time of need.” " Forrester” likes everybody . . . detests All’s, 409’s and Fords . ... is interested in cars and work . . . says, " Are you putting me on?” . . . was active in Student Patrol; Track 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Master of Ceremonies at Memorial Day Play. CHARLENE D. FRITZ " A carefree and a jolly way she has” " Char-Char” enjoys skiing and sailing . . . especially likes people and 1:00 school days . . . always says " You know what?” . . . has participated in Spanish Club 1; Art Club 1, 2, 3; History Club 4; Camera Club 4; Community Service Club; Decorations for Freshman Welcome and Booster Day. t e -f cc V o ( lAaic CATHERINE ANNE FUGERE " ' Never idle a moment but thrifty and thoughtful of others” " Cathy” dislikes geometry and parallel parking . . . says " God ' s punishing you!” . . . likes sleeping, plays, Yul Brynner and the U. of Mass. . . . has participated in Chorus 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, (Treasurer 3); Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Teen Scene 3, 4 (Assistant Editor 4); Netop and Yearbook 4; History Club 4; Camera Club 4; Art Club 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Decorating Committee for Various Dances; Usher Junior Prize Speaking, Graduation 3; and member of the National Honor Society. r ‘io r 27 WILLIAM CHARLES GAIDA " Plodding wins the race ” " Wally” dislikes getting out at 2:30 and mod clothes . . . says " Drop Dead!” . . . likes hunting and fishing. DONNA ROSE GAINES " In her tongue is the law of kindness” " Sam” likes lunch without the " extra tidbits” . . . detests peaches . . . common response is " Yea, well!” . . . activities include Chorus 2, 3; Teen Scene Typist 4; Netop and Yearbook (Executive Editor); Commercial Club 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Bank Day Cashier 4; History Club 4; Com- munity Service 4; Secretary to Mrs. Sabato; Head Usher Junior Prom; Decorating committees for several dances; Student Patrol 4; Volleyball 1. RICHARD R. GAMELIN " To be strong is to be happy.” " Rich " dislikes 409’s” . . . says, " If it don’t run, chrome it!” . . . likes Corvettes . . . participated in Football his freshman year. EDWIN JOHN GARBIEL " By happy alchemy of mind They turn to pleasure all they find” " Garbs” likes almost everything! . . . destests unhappy people . . . thinks bag lunches are a nuisance ... his activities include Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; and " T” Club. 28 MARY ELIZABETH GARRAND " Few things are impossible to diligence and skill” " Maire” likes reading, pizzas and sardines . . . dislikes conceited people . . . says, " Oh, really!” . . . has participated in French Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Teen Scene 1, 2, 3, 4; Community Service Club 3; Camera Club 4; History Club 4; Junior Prize Speaking Usher; Junior Prom Refreshment Committee; National Honor Society; Student Patrol 3, 4. J J q, c p PAULETTE MARIE GIRARD " Quietness flows from her deeper fountain.” " Pat” likes 2:30 on school days . . . dislikes bag lunches . . . says, " Really!” . . . has participated in Art Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee and Community MICHAEL JOHN GOLOWKA " He fills his lifetime with deeds, not with inactive years” " Shiek” likes hunting and fishing . . . slow drivers bug him . . . says " I don’t know” . . . has participated in Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 3; Class Photographer 4; Various Dance Committees; Baseball Manager; Basketball Manager 3, 4; Baseball 2; Yearbook- Netop Staff 4; Camera Club 4 (President). o C 5ceiAe.fi KATHLEEN ANN GLOSKI " A flower of friendliness on a stem of grace” " Kathy’s” pet peeve is people who think they know it all . . . says " Hey, you know what?” . . . likes cheering and funny people . . . has participated in Cheering 2, 3, 4; Office Girl 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Commercial Club 3; Bank Day Cashier 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary to Miss O’Brien; Usher for Graduation; Netop and Yearbook (Executive Editor); National Honor Society (Secretary); History Club. GEORGE CARLOS HALL " Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves” " George” digs ’57 Chevies . . . dislikes school lunches . . . says " I love it!” . . . has participated in Freshman Football; Bas- ' ketball 1; Baseball 1; and History Club. LUCINDA HARDY " A cheerful temper joined with innocence will make beauty attractive, knowledge delightful, and wit goodnatured.” " Cindy” likes clothes and Corvettes says, " That’s life” . . . has participated in Chorus 1, 2, 3, (Secretary 4); French Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 3 (Vice-president); Teen Scene 2, 3, 4; Office girl 2, 3, 4; Junior Prize Speaker, Usher for Junior Prom, Sophomore Social; " Silent Night”; " Our Miss Brooks and the Christmas Carol”; Basketball 1, 2; History Club (Secretary); Camera Club; Student Patrol; Netop and Yearbook Staff; National Honor Society; Library Aide 1, 2, 3. V Van Qa ; 1 1 H-Sorafl 30 WINIFRED MARY GUILFORD " What is worth doing at all is worth doing well” " Pooch” treasures her telephone . . . likes the color blue and modern music . . . dislikes sick jokes . . . outside interests are bowling, roller skating and a night out with the girls . . . says " Oh really!” . . . has participated in Basketball 2, 4; Softball i 2; Art Club 4; Junior Prize Speaking Usher. JEAN MARIE GUILBAULT " All succeeds with people who are of sweet and cheerful disposition” " Jean” dislikes history . . . says, " Go Away” . . . likes a good time, a good movie, good food, and Pontiac Tempests . . . has participated in Tumbling 2; Junior Prom Entertainment Committee 3; Graduation Usher 3; and Netop and Yearbook Staff. MARI VERONICA HOCTOR " We have all sufficient strength to endure the misfortunes of others ’’ " Mike” enjoys dancing, playing her guitar and drawing . . . says, " Oh yeah!” has participated in Basketball 2; Commercial Club; Art Club; Betty Crocker Homemaking Award. Selves r- 9 la. L9 a b Cv. ' t M MARTHA PAULINE JAKUTOWICZ " A good heart is better than all the heads in the world. " " Mar” enjoys sewing, dancing, and travel . . . says " Heavens to Murgatory” . . . likes small sports cars . . . has participated in Art Club; Junior Prom Committee. JOHN ELLSWORTH HASTINGS " Wise men say nothing in dangerous times” " John” says " You’ve gotta be kidding” . . . likes blonde hair and blue eyes . . . has participated in Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus (Treasurer 4); Student Patrol 3, 4; Junior Prom Usher; Sophomore Social Decorating Committee. Plo. QjjL CboC -buxeJe Trac ! H FRANCIS HILLIARD " Simplicity of character is no hindrence to subtlety of intellect.” " Franny” likes painting, and playing records . . . says " Hmmm” . . . dislikes new shoes . . . has participated in Community Service Club; and Junior Prom Committee. V a CbesVu.« «3 c ( JANE ELAINE JARVIS " Soft peace she brings wherever she arrives” " Janie " enjoys swimming, water skiing and driving . . . says " Imbicle " . . . likes Jade East . . . dislikes ugly feet . . . has participated in Art Club 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Com- munity Service Club 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 4; Decorating Committee for Junior Prom; History Club. tie nic r Vc t CCoS " f PENNY RAE JONES " Not much talk — a great sweet silence " " Penny” says, " Touche” . . . dislikes ’56 Chevies without bumpers . . . has participated in Teen Scene. NORMA JEAN KAWECKI — " Let gentleness my strong enforcement be” " Norm” likes sports and Brattleboro, Vermont . . . says, " Hello ’der” . . . dislikes bossy people . . . has participated in Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1; Art Club 2; Student Patrol 3; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Spanish Club 1, 2; Camera Club. MARGARET MAE KELLS " An air of support, of true affection, seeking aid and giving it” " Peggy” enjoys skating, swimming, dancing, and Tri Hi Y . . . likes tigers . . . chief complaint — conceited and immature people can be heard saying " Well you can ' t win them all” . . . has participated in Girls’ Basketball 1, 2; Sophomore Social Planning; Junior Prom Refreshment Committee; Art Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Teen Scene Typist 4; Student Patrol 3, 4; Class Officer Nominating Committee 2. T 32 MICHAEL RICHARD KELSEY " Both silent where there is need and speaking in season” " Kells” can be heard doubtfully repeating, " Would you believe likes Chevies . . . participated in History Club . . . worked after school. LAWRENCE EDWARD KILGOUR " Treat a thousand dispositions in a thousand ways” " Doxie” names cars as his outside interest . . . Empire State and beaches, his favorite places . . . dislikes schedules . . . always questions people with " What’s the scoop?” . . . worked after school during sophomore and junior years . . . has been active in Football 1; Art Club 2; Netop and Yearbook Staff (Co-advertis- ing manager). , C) Jeruor Y IOu MARY MARGARET KOCSIS " To know what you prefer, instead of humbly saying Amen to what the world tells you to prefer, is to have kept your soul alive” " Mitz” likes walking in the rain and weeping willow trees . . . favorite call — " Give us a ' X’!” . . . dislikes noisy study halls . . . activities include Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheering 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3; Junior Prize Speaking; Student Council; Chess Club 3; Netop- Yearbook; Softball; Various Dance Committees; History Qub; National Honor Society; " The Hills of Bataan (Student Director); " Our Miss Brooks and the Christmas Carol”; " Silent Night”. Ci CL07Z( ti D CAROL ANN KONVELSKI " The charm and playfulness of her talk” " Carol likes pickles . . . objects to people who say " I wouldn’t kid you” . . . favorite phrase — " What a creep!” . . . enjoys horseback riding . . . activities include Baskeball 1, 2, 3, 4; French Qub 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; History Club; Camera Club. r,. I IT CAROL ANN KOPEC " There are silent people who are more interesting than the best talkers.” " Carol” listens to records . . . dreams of going places . . . eagerly awaits week-ends . . . dreads getting up in the morning . . . pet peeve — bugs . . . reacts to most situations with a " Really?” . . . has participated in Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Swingsters 1; Teen Scene 2, 4; Art Club 2, 4; Camera Club 4; Girl’s State 3; National Honor Society; History Club 4; and has received the R.P.I. Award for excellence in Mathematics. ( EDWARD ISADOR KOPINTO v " Pleasure and action make the hours seem short.” ' " Ed " favors the days when school closed at one o’clock . tests bag lunches . . . favorite saying — " What you say? has participated it Art Club. (- , 2 ev C-c A CARL F. KUKLEWICZ " I am myself, my own commander.” " Carl” wants to be a success . . . likes playing pool, cars and New York . . . says " Hey hum” dislikes the longer school day . . . has participated in Track 1, 2, 3, 4. LOUISE LAFLEUR " It is her nature to be calm and undisturbed.” " Lou " enjoys dancing and bowling . . . wants to be a nurse’s aide . . . says " Darn it!!” . . . dislikes " wise guys.” 34 I KARIN THERESA LaPOINTE " Sweetness, goodness, in her person shine " " Rare” is fond of saying " Go ahead, surprise me!” . . . dislikes Peanuts . . . likes parties . . . has been active in French Club; Spanish Club; History Club; Camera Club; Commercial Club; Teen Scene 3, -4; Netop and Yearbook Staff 4; Numerous dance committees; Junior Prom, Band Concert, and Graduation Usher; Chorus 4. PAUL LARAMIE " Let each man have the wit to go his own way” " Weasel” likes hunting, fishing, and sports . . . says " Chevs really go” ... is interested in watching sports and reading . . . dislikes Fords. WILLIAM J. LaPOINTE " He that’s content h ath enough " " Pluck” says " What do you think?” . . . enjoys taking long trips on his motorcycle . . . dislikes getting up early in the morning for work . . . has participated in Football 1, 3; Basketball 1; Junior Prom Committee. BARBARA LUCY LAWRENCE " A willing heart can do anything " " Barbie” enjoys Girl Scouting, and participating in sports . . . dislikes Fords . . . says " Heaven knows!” . . . has participated in Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (Assistant Librarian 4); Art Club 3, 4; Camera Club 4; Prom Decorating and Refreshment Committees. 35 KAREN ANN LETOURNEAU " The greatest admiration gives rise not to words, but to silence” " Sam” likes dancing, cooking, and sewing . . . says " Well?!” . . . dislikes the sound of dripping water and buzzing televisions . . . has participated in Band 1, 2; Bank Day Cashier; Commercial Club. ( JOHN M. LUCAS " Our deeds determine us, as much as we determine our deeds” " Luke’s” outside interest is cars . . . always says, " Are you kidding me?” . . . names part time jobs as his pet peeve . . . works after school. PHILLIP EDWARD LUCAS " Follow your bend no matter what people say” " Luke” likes cars . . . says " Hey, what’s the scoop?” . . . dislikes boring classes . . . works after school. ALBERT E. MAJEWSKI " Every man has his gift, and tools go to them that can use them " " Al” enjoys renting a motor scooter from Taylor Rental . . . dislikes homework . . . says, ”1 don’t smoke” . . . outside interests are hunting, fishing, and sports . . . participated in Tennis 2, 3; and served as Freshman basketball manager. 36 JOSEPH JOHN MARTIN " To do easy what is difficut for others is the mark of talent” " Joe” likes to hear sick jokes . . . dislikes " those delicious chopped meats andwiches” . . . says " You know what I mean” . . . has been active in Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 4; " T” Club; Spanish Club (Treasurer 4); and Magazine Drive Staff 3, 4. . rack M NANCY JEAN MATHEY " Be always as merry as ever you can” " Nancy” dislikes town trucks and intersections . . . likes haircuts . . . says " Cut it out!” ... is interested in drum corps, skiing and fishing . . . has participated in Chorus 2, 3, 4; Art Club; " Facing the Future”; " Hills of Bataan”; Junior Prize Speaking alternate; Usher for Junior Prize Speaking and Junior Prom; Basketball 1, 2; Tumbling 1. . Sc-nvcr V o. •» LINDA ANN MARKOL " To educate the intelligence is to enlarge the horizon of its desires and wants” " Cy” likes pizza and friendly people . . . pet peeves include hypocrites and too much homework . . . says " Are your crazy? " . . . enjoys Girl Scouts and sewing . . . has participated in Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Band Council 3; Usher for Junior Prize Speaking; French Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2; German Band 2; History Club; Camera Club; Office Girl 4; Band Beats 3, 4 (Assistant Editor); National Honor Society (Vice-President); " Hills of Bataan”. bdAlOr k o KAREN MARIE MILKEY " Softly speak and sweetly smile” " Kare” is a New York Giants fan . . . dislikes rainy days at the beach, coconut, and broken fingernails . . . says " C’est la ve-ay” . . . participated in Cheering 1, 2, 3, 4; Teen Scene 3, 4; Netop- Yearbook; French Club 4; Camera Club; History Club; Softball 1, 2; National Honor Society; Various Dance Committees; Usher for Graduation. Seri (Or Vic?. CANDACE MILLS " Everything that is exquisite hides itself.” " Candy’s” favorites include dancing, collecting stuffed animals and her bird Mickey . . . dislikes homework . . . can be heard saying " Oh no, not again” . . . outside interests are records . . . was active in the Color Guard (captain) and Varsity Basketball 2. JOHN JOSEPH MOLONGOSKI " The world so loud, And they, the movers of the world, so still!” " Mol” says " Sorry about that!” . . . enjoys swimming, skiing, and golfing . . . swift on vacations . . . thumbs down on noisy lightbulbs . . . has been active in French Club 2; Teen Scene 2, 3, 4; Netop and Yearbook (Co-Managing editor); National Honor Society (President); History Qub; Magazine Drive Staff. fOc 3 e.( Co irv CHERYL ANN MORGAN " Her smile genial, her friendship true.” " Shari’s” outside interests are sports, hunting and the Cape . . . favorite saying " Oh, no!” . . . hates cheese eaters and cigar smokers .. . has participated in the Home Economics Club; Camera Club; Bank Day Cashier. JOAN FRANCES MURPHY " Her ways are ways of quietness " " Joan’s” pet peeve is snobs . . . likes anything . . . says " Sorry about that” ... is interested in travel . . . has been a member of the Band for four years. 38 MICHAEL THOMAS OLSON " His friends are many; his foes, are there any?” " Ollie” likes pool, and hunting . . . dislikes getting a flat when it’s raining . . . outside interests include working on cars and carpentry . . . says " Descent” . . . has been active in History Club; Football 1. GERALD O’RILEY " Friendly and carefree is he” " Jerry " likes to sleep . . . favorite saying " Hey Kid " . . . hates the fact that school doesn’t get out at one o’clock . . . has participated in Chorus 3, 4; Model Congress 3; Netop and Yearbook; Student Patrol. „ , i Co FRANK MICHAEL OSCIAK " A little nonsense now and then can do little harm. " " Frank” finds model trains fascinating . . . regards " picnics” with a frown . . . was active in Camera Club; History Club; Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. SeA ,or 1 o LOUIS S. PAGODA " Each mind has its own method ’’ " Lou’s’’ favorite saying is " Ask me if I care!” . . . likes music and swimming . . . dislikes trivia . . . participated in Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 4; History Club 4; National Honor Society; Alter Ego 3. Sca ot VW ' lode I Q.e{ oX 2 -y? H DAVID JOHN PATNODE " A cheerful temper will make wit good-natured.” " Pugger” likes cars . . . favorite expression " Fords go!” . . . dislikes Chevies. DEBORAH JEAN PATNODE " Fun is my best subject” " Debbie’s” favorite saying is " Hey!” . . . likes brown eyes . . . pet peeve is bag lunches . . . has participated in Twirling 2, 3, 4, (Captain 3, 4); Basketball 1; Decorating Committee Sopho- more Social; Usber at Graduation; Usher at Band Concert 2, 4; Bank Day Cashier 4; Decorating Committee Junior Prom 3. RICHARD ALLEN PETRIN " Let each man have the wit to go his own way.” " Peter” likes big cars and sleeping . . . says " Neat!” ... his pet peeve is school . . . has participated in Football 1; Track 1. 5 2. v . ■ c Plcx PAULINE HAZEL PHILIBERT " Pauline” likes horses and all animals . . . dislikes getting up in the morning . . . has participated in Art Club 2; Teen Scene Typist 4. 40 BARBARA ANN PIETRASZEK " Good Nature is the beauty of the mind” " Barb " says " I’m not kidding!’’ . . . likes English Leather . . . has participated in Basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2; French Club 2, 3, 4; Usher for the Junior Prom; Netop and Yearbook Staff. MARCY PORLIER " For all that faire is, is by nature good.” " Marcy’s” favorite saying is " Gee-so-crow,” . . . likes to travel . . . dislikes basketball referees who don’t know their signals . . . has participated in Basketball 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4, Commercial Club 3; Teen Scene 4; Softball 3, 4; Teacher’s assistant 4; Junior Prom decorations 3. Se,fG.e «- ) CM2 ' SUSAN MARY PODLENSKI " Friendliness deserves happiness” " Sue " likes good music and the color blue . . . says " Get outa here!” . . . she dislikes T.V. commercials and no recess . . . has participated in Band 1, 2, 3, 4, (President 4); Band Council 3; Spanish Club 4; Art Club 2, 4; Junior Prize Speaking Usher; Refreshment Committee for Prom; Teen Scene Typist 4; National H °°° tS 0 Z M or? oM h M JOHN THOMAS POTOSEK " Politeness revealing concern for others " " Tom’s " outside interests center on sports . . . likes everyone . . . says " What’s the action?” . . . dislikes " grubs” and crabby people . . . participated in Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Netop- Yearbook (Co-Managing Editor); Student Council; Basketball 3, 4; Junior Prize Speaking Alternate; " T” Club; Magazine Drive Staff 3, 4; Student Patrol; Spanish Club (President 4); History Club; " Facing the Future”; The Great Choice”. SUSANNE L. PROULX " The woman who laughs must sure do well” " Sue " says " Golly” . . . dislikes doing dishes . . . her outside interests are swimming and horseback riding . . . has participated in Chess Club; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Decorating Committee for the Junior Prom 2, 3, 4. r 9 cu L5ce e r ) C UlACbiO U ANDREW PAUL REWA, JR. " True strength peers from behind a shield of modesty” " Andy” likes to hunt, fish and play football . . . dislikes boring classes . . . says " Hit that back harder!” . . . has participated in Football 1, 2, 3, 4; " T” Club. Stiver 9W DAYLE FRANCES ROCKWELL " Friendliness is the greatest quality a person can possess.” " Rock” likes pearl rings, donuts, and fun . . . says " Oh Fun!” . . . dislikes kids that think they ' re just too great, and biting nails . . . outside interests are Tri-Hi-Y and all Sports . . . has participated in Twirling 3, 4; Sophomore Social Skit; Decorating Committee; Secretary to Mrs. Potter; and Bank Day Cashier. DEBORAH JANE ROSS " A greater virtue is the desire to help others. " " Debby” likes individuality . . . says " Good grief!” . . . dislikes vul- garity; outside interests are Candy Stripers, 4-H, and Choir . . . has participated in Chorus 2, 3, 4; Tumbling 1, 2; Softball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheering 3; Spanish Club 3; Art Club 2, 3; Class Treasurer 3; Decorating Committee Sophomore Social; Usher at Graduation; Student Patrol 3, 4; Student Council 4; Office Girl 3; History Club 4. - j cpjbe o K 42 DONNA MARIE ROZECKI " How soon a smile can change the world " " Donna” dislikes bag lunches . . . says " Would you believe?” . . . likes art, water skiing and snow skiing, and dancing . . . has participated in Commercial Club; Art Club; History Club; Camera Club; Student Patrol; Office girl; Bank Day Cashier; Basketball; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Secretary to Mr. Gilmore. 3s vs .gC 9 ' C c. s3 ZsiaeJ® MICHAEL PAUL RUBASHKIN Quietness reflecting polite character " " Spike” says " Thrills” . . . dislikes people who ask stupid ques- tions . . . likes good books . . . outside interests are swimming and music . . . participated in Baseball 1, 2. -j- TIMOTHY JAMES RYAN " He holds them with his glittering eye.” " Tim” detests bag lunches and English classes . . . says " All right” . . . likes fishing and hunting . . . swift on " 96 Tears” . . . has participated in Football 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; and Freshman Skit Committee. PAMELA ANN SABATO " The fairest garden in her looks, And in her mind the wisest books” " Pam’s” interests range from sports to music . . . thumbs down on people who crack their knuckles . . . likes yellow roses . . . says, " How gross” . . . has participated in Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 (Student Director 4); District Chorus 2, 3, 4; All State Chorus 2, 3; All Eastern Chorus 4; Cheering 1, 2, 3; Teen Scene 1, 2, 3, 4 Chess Club 2; Junior Prize Speaking; Girls State Delegate (Lt. Governor 8; Netop Associate Editor; Yearbook Editor-in-Chief; History Club 4; Camera Club 4; National Honor Society; Various Dance Committees; " The Great Choice”; and " CXir Miss Brooks and the Christmas Carol”. iOC w Q u ‘,l I H Sc ' .oir 6ir|5 5 ' fcj d Cou ns tci) H DONNA R. SAN SOUCIE " Ornament of a meek and quiet spirit ' , Always thoughtful and kind and untroubled.” " Saucie” says, " Guess who I saw?” . . . dislikes being stood up . . . has participated in Art Club 3 4. RONALD EDGAR SMITH " The true, strong, and sound mind is the mind that can embrace equally great things and small” " Smitty’s” outside interests include pocket billiards, tennis, skiing, and swimming . . . likes to run fast . . . says " All right” . . . dislikes Spanish . . . has participated in Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Junior Prize Speaking; Student Council; Various Dance Committees; Usher for the Junior Prom; Student Patrol; " Hills of Bataan”. Qk to g c c i Trc-C JEANETTE LINDA SAK " A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance " " Jet” dreams of becoming an astronaut . . . says " There’s nothing to do” . . . likes to write letters . . . dislikes red VW’s with white stripes . . . has been active in Volleyball 1, 2; Cheering 1; Sophomore Social Skit Committee; Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1, 2; Library Aide 2; Community Service Club 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tumbling 1, 2; Decorating and Refreshment Committee for the Junior Prom. Vct CSce COLEEN MARIE STAIGER " Her smile ■ — her look — her way of speaking gently” " Coleen” likes oil painting and records . . . spends free time skiing, camping, swimming or skating . . . dislikes homework . . . says " Really! You’re kidding.” . . . was active in Chess Club 2; Art Club 4; History Club; Camera Club. k PHILIP ST. GERMAIN " Greatness, after all, in spite of its name, appears to be not so much a certain size as a certain quality in human lives” " Phil” likes staying out late and motorcycles . . . pet peeves in- clude getting up early . . . says " I guess” . . . outside interests include riding on motorcycles . . . has participated in Football 3; Track 3; Chorus; and History Club. Scrsice- lo. o RAYMOND ST. GERMAIN " A joyful life, an aspiring spirit, The will to do — the soul to dare " " The Saint” goes for motorcycles, long hair, and the Mod look . . . detests Lake George in the rain . . . says " Hey tuff!” . . . participated in Art Club; Decorating Committees for Prom and Booster Day. , v Q ’ c ci MARCIA DIANNE STONE " Many a rose is born to blush unseen.” " Marsh” dislikes hot tempered people . . . says " Oh brother!” likes pink, horseback riding, reading and better writing . . . has been a Bank Day Cashier and works after school. JAMES TESSIER " On their own merits — modest men are silent " " Y. A.” is interested in golf, fishing, skiing, and coin collecting . . . likes good food . . . says, " Take it easy” . . . dislikes twisted ankles . . . has participated in Cross Country 3, 4; Golf 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2. rx o e-v i pr- YIgcc ' x O-ooCc c Cl ' S V GAIL VIRGINIA TOCZYDLOWSKI " Her ways are ways of pleasantness and all her paths are peace” " Gail” wants to become a psychologist . . . likes conversation, individualism, and sailing . . . dislikes pain, illogical situations . . " That’s close!” . . . has participated in Softball 2; Chess Club 2; Office Girl 4; Sophomore Social Skit Committee and Usher; Decorating Junior Prom; Graduation Usher 3; Student Patrol 3, 4. S«2l OC Play DONALD GENE TRACESKI " ' Impossible ' was a word he never used. " " Tra” is an avid sports fan . . . likes watching television and going to the outdoor . . . dislikes English tests . . . says, " You’re putting me on’’ . . . has participated in Baskebtall 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain 4); Track 3, 4; Student Council 4; Student Patrol 3, 4 (Captain 4). C QrS, e b cs 1 1 H RODERICK A. VARNEY " What should a man do but be merry” " Rod " likes sports, hunting, fishing . . . dislikes Spanish says " No” . . . has participated in Football. Ttqc k 4 u JLAcUj JANE ROSE MARY VERRIER " Good humor makes the world brighter ” " Jane ' s” outside interests include skiing, Tri-Hi-Y, Candy-Stripers, and Careers Club . . . likes 2:30 . . . says " Oh, bags!” thumbs down on confusion . . . activities include Cheering 1, 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Alter Ego 3; Bank Day Cashier; Student Patrol; Student Council; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Community Service Club; Junior Prize Speaking Alternate; French Club 2, 3; Basketball 3; Teen Scene Typist 4; Various Dance Committees. „ SeAiCf l O c 46 TA V y GEORGE PHILIP VILLENEUVE " He is a friend who aids in deeds when deeds are necessary.” " Skip” dislikes women drivers and conceited people . . . likes to take long walks alone . . . says " Go take a long walk off a short pier!” . . . has participated in Art Club 3, 4; Netop; Year Book staff, (Co-business manager). ' Sct ' Nv.cr V Ig JOANNE MARIE WAIDLICH " Happiness destined to stay with her.” " Jo” enjoys talking on the phone . . . favorite saying is " I don’t believe it” . . . dislikes conceit . . . likes bracelets . . . has participated in Chorus 2, 3, 4; Cheering 1, 2; has served on various dance committees; Art Club 3; Community Service Club 3; French Club 4. VALERIE G. WALSH " One rule of her life: to make business a pleasure” " Val’s” favorites include cycle riding, swimming, and anything purple . . . her by- word — " Sorry about that!” . . . activities include Commercial Club 3; Student Patrol; and National Honor Society. ft . ROBERT BURNS WALKER " My life shall be with my skillful hands” " Bob " is inclined to work with cars and machinery . . . enjoys skiing, hunting and having fun . . . often says " You don’t say” . . . ranks history and detentions low. 47 KAREN JEAN WARYAS " The sincere alone can recognize sincerity " " Karen” enjoys Candy Striping, Girl Scouting, tap and jazz dancing, and Careers Club . . . says " Really!” . . . likes " Wipe Out” and English Leather . . . has been active in Cheering 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co- Cap tain 4); Volleyball; Girls Basketball Manager 2; Spanish Club 2; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol; Netop- Yearbook (Execu- tive Editor); Usher for Junior Prize Speaking; Freshman Wel- come Entertainment Committee. . DANIEL ALFRED WASIELEWSKI " In quietness and, confidence shall be your strength” " Waz” dislikes clumsiness . . . likes deer and duck hunting enjoys hunting, fishing, camping, and painting . . . has participated in Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 4; Cross Country 3; Art Qub 1, 4; " T” Club 3, 4. ,, S e rv,o-c f ' O rj PATRICIA WARNER " Joy’s the sweet voice, Friendship the sheltering tree " " Pat ' s” favorite saying is " That’s fabulous!” . . . thumbs down on conceited people . . . places semi-hemis at the top of her popu- larity list . . . has participated in Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheering 2, 3, 4; Various Dance Committees; Junior Prom Usher; Class Treasurer 2; Student Patrol; Chorus 3; History Club; Camera Club. PATRICIA E. WELCOME " Silence is the mother of truth " " Pat” likes secret agents . . . dislikes rainy days and walking to school . . . says " Hi, you guys!” . . . has been active in Basketball 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club. DONNA LEE WONSEY " Outward sunshine; inward joy” " Donna” says thumbs down with trees that don’t move . . . up with bucket seats . . . says " Oh nuts” . . . enjoys being a member of the Millers Falls Conquerors Colorguard . . . has participated in Netop and Yearbook (Typing Editor); and Bank Day Cashier (Head Cashier). HOWARD ZENTGRAF " The folly of one man is the fortune of another " " Howie” says thumbs down on people who let their opinions, likes, and dislikes affect their decisions about others . . . likes cars, flashy mod clothes, and moderately long hair . . . enjoys basket- ball, tennis, ping pong, model car building, and reading. LEON JOHN JOSEPH WOZNAKEWICZ " A man of many accomplishments , he, A first rate athlete is known to he” " Leo” dislikes losing a football game . . . says " That’s the way the cookie bounces” . . . likes good food . . . has participated in Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 4); Student Council; Student Patrol (Lieutenant); Chorus 4; Sopho- more Social Entertainment Committee; " T” Club; recipient of the Canon Novak Award 4; Camera Club; History Club. In Memoriam Mr. Harold Pervere As little children, you ta ught us sportsman- ship and how to have fun through working as a coach for the Little League. It was to you that we looked for help in learning to bat, and pitch, and catch. As we grew out of the " Little League” stage, you became our trusted friend, and we re- spected your advice. You were always at our sports events, cheering and urging us on to victory; sharing our joy in success, and our dis- appointments in defeat. For this we thank you, Baldy. Your memory will live in our hearts forever. Susan Marie Sicard The day we entered high school, you were an " upperclassman,” a friend to help us find our way through the confusing halls, to smile know- ingly as we searched for the elevator and to share with us the excitement of our new ex- perience. As the years passed, our friendship grew. After graduation you left T.F.H.S. look- ing forward to the next year eagerly. It was early in the fall that He led you to a greater and happier life. We miss you Sue; your friendly smile and your bubbling personality will always linger in our memories. 50 TURN MOUND Uords by JOeborixb " RpSS fllu 5 0 by ' fixmela Satxxfo Class History Turn Around We turned and walked uncertainly toward the doors of Turners Falls High School. We were freshmen, anxious to join the swirling activity of the people we wanted to call our friends, eager to meet the challenges of the life we would find, worried that we might not be able to stand strong through the circling patterns of smiles, tears, successes, and disappointments that lay ahead. With our official welcome, the Freshman Dance, we began to join together, and our steps grew more certain. Through the rest of the year we w ' orked, learning from the upperclassmen who led us. But we were not willing to follow forever. We were ready to experiment, to seek our own accomplishments, to rise to leadership. As sophomores we took our first " turn around " toward independent class activity by electing our class officers: President, Ken- neth Brown; Vice-President, Robert Bray; Secretary, Jean Monkewicz; Treasurer, Patricia Warner; and Historian, Nedine Potter. We went on to conduct our first class project — Sophomore Social. In a flurry of painting paper candy canes, borrowing reindeer, and giving last minute instructions to Santa Claus, we created our " Winter Wonderland. " We Were Two The next year brought a change which affected all of us; our leader, principal, and friend, Mr. George F. Wrightson, retired. We looked anxiously to the man who would be our principal for the next two years: Mr. William Cook. Within a very short time, Mr. Cook found his own place in our hearts and became a most respected and admired advisor and friend. Resuming activity, we once again chose our leaders with Secretary Mary Grimard and Treasurer Deborah Ross taking their new positions. The falling leaves of November sprinkled excitement over Turners Falls as the Powertown Indians and the Greenfield " Greenies " turned to face one another in their annual Turkey Day football game. Our defensive wall held strong against the " Green Wave” while our offense smashed ahead for a 28-14 victory! Jubilant, we celebrated for days after the game with a party at St. Kaziemerz, the highlight of the festivities. The spirit of success was in the air and the Class of ’67 was determined to make our Junior year " tops " in all respects. On April 30, 1966, members of our class reflected talent and enthusiasm in Junior Prizespeaking. For the ten contestants, that evening was a memorable one — the lights, the roses, the " lucky " silver dollars, and the thrill of per- forming on stage combined to make the months of work and practice worthwhile. With stars still shining in our eyes, we whole-heartedly " turned around” to the biggest social event of the year — Junior Prom. " Forever Emerald " was the theme for the Irish setting, and the gym sparkled with pink, yellow, and red roses. Truly a " for- ever " night, the evening never ended for most of us as we danced into the morning hours at a country party after our prom. All too soon, our happy spring ended. At graduation we watched many of our good friends leave TFHS, and we stopped to wonder — what would our last year in high school hold for us? Turn Around We Were Four As Seniors we met many changes in our class and our school. No longer could we brag about our one o’clock dismissal time, for our school day was lengthened to two- thirty. We initiated our first school lunch program, and called ourselves the ' gymnateria for lunch bunch’. Confusion reigned; even the rooms were numbered differently, and, as bewildered as freshmen, we vainly looked for Room 16 on the third floor. TFHS’s first official Student Patrol and Student Council were organized. Soon plans for a Booster Day weekend were formulated and the Student Council began work. Marcy Porlier was elected the first Booster Day Queen of Turners Falls High School, and she reigned over a rally, a parade, the Drury-Turners Falls football game, and the Booster Day Slop Hop. Although Drury squeaked over our football team at the game, the weekend was termed a success, and the Class of ’67 had led in the estab- lishment of another first in the history of TFHS. Eager to make up for the Booster Day loss, the football team gathered all of its strength for the Thanksgiving Day clash. In spite of criticism like " lightning never strikes twice, " and " last year was a freak, " the team and coaches expressed determination and confidence at the Turkey Day Rally. The game was tense and exciting — in the last ten seconds we broke a tie to soar to an 18-12 victory! This was the second victory for Turners after 15 years of Greenfield glory! We kept changing, " turning " to new people and activities. Class officers were chosen: President, Robert Bray; Vice-President, Patricia O’Connor; Secretary, Mary Grimard; Treasurer, Robert Campbell; and Historian, Nedine Potter. The George F. Wrightson branch of the Nationa l Honor Society was founded, and five members of our class were chosen to participate on " As Schools Match Wits.” We proudly watched our classmates gain recognition for music, literary activities, scholastic achievements, and sports. Next, we prepared for our Senior Play, The Madwoman of Chaillot. Long hours of rehearsal resulted in an experience that will be long remembered by the Class of ’67. Once again we felt the thrill of performing on stage and the satisfaction and pride which results from hard work and a job well done. The months passed. We cherished our times together as we made plans for our last " turn around. " We saw the Juniors rise to new responsibility as we prepared to leave. Now, we turn together, soon to walk from the protective halls of our ivy covered school — each one of us ready to meet — tomorrow. Turn Around We Were Seniors Going Out Of The Door By Nedine Potter Ivy Poem We leave our symbol: To grow ivhere we have groivn. T o live where we have lived, T o see what we have seen, To climb ivhere we have climbed. Its roots will hold W here ours are torn away. Its vines are filled with food Of our beginnings. Its stem will stand Where we have built our strength. Its leaves will show green promise For our tomorrows. Some vines will cling to earth; Others will break away — T o die. Some shoots will soar from sight: Many will rise above — T o live. By Nedine Potter Class Will Arnold Adamski leaves his math book to next year’s mathematicians. Ants leaves his seat in Room 103 to any Junior fortunate enough to get it. Gayl leaves willingly. Linda Arial leaves the lonely halls to Cheryl Mayrand. Geri Baird leaves her spy glasses to Carol Novak. Bill Barber leaves Ed Craig’s yellow socks to linger on for another year. Bass leaves his troubles with Mr. Bush to Art Girard. Kathie Bedaw leaves her parking place to anyone else lucky enough to have a VW. Pat Belunas leaves her student patrol post outside Room 203 to Valerie. Jim Bergeron leaves his history book to next year’s " fortunate” seniors. Cathy Bonnette leaves the car door that’s hard to open to Neal who is still fighting with it. Deni leaves the left halfback spot to Tom Currie with hopes for 3 over G.H.S. Jeannie Borkowski leaves her post in the office to any girl who wants to lose weight. Barb Bourdeau leaves for the long, treacherous journey home. Chuck leaves. Kenner leaves — and the halls of T.F.H.S. are silent — at last. Luci leaves those swinging??? gym classes to Connie Fugere. Pam Brunelle leaves, hoping that he is " The One.” Barb Bulman leaves with the " Bull ' ' to join the navy and Brian. Carol Burnham leaves Sue Brule a chest full of fun and . . . Jack Burnham leaves his road running position to any lazy guy who wants it. Barb Cadran leaves " Curl Free’ to Sharon Lenois for those " frizz” mornings. Dizzy leaves his brother’s can opener. Lynn Carriker leaves gladly to start her own little " Beach Crow’d.” Geri Carson leaves with Gary for Paris. Hop leaves Kate still yelling for a ride downstreet. Kathy Charest leaves her hard-to-get history marks to Rosie. Chizz leaves, hoping Bob will follow. D.J. leaves an all expense paid winter vacation in Switzerland to Mr. Avery. Clow leaves a " brand new” ' 57 Ford wagon to anyone who wants it. Aldea Cloutier leaves U S. history to anyone who wants to try his luck. Kathy Conway leaves richer in spirit than when she began. Chank leaves " I Parked the Car in Harvard Yard” to all T.F.H.S. students who can’t pronounce it correctly. Walter Craven leaves his history book, gladly! Janie Currie leaves the problems of " Alge” to Pat Ouellette. Toodie leaves to meet Dennis. Sue DeMeo leaves, still wondering where " that shawl” came from. John Demo leaves quickly with a heavy heart and light feet. Cathy Denkewicz leaves T.F.H.S. to her sisters. Nate leaves Mr. Meehan a jewel-studded podium, a bigger desk, and a " parrot.” Chi-Chi leaves the golf team to Mr. Cournoyer and all its hamburger lovers with hopes for that first Valley League Championship. Dobe leaves centerfield to Louie Tuck. Shari Du Charme leaves Miss Nadeau’s periods 2, 3, and 4 to anyone lucky enough to get them. Dave Duncan leaves his English troubles to anyone who can handle them. Dixie leaves her seat in Steno 2 to Beverly Smith. Francie Eddy leaves " the Shadow” to Ann for a sunny day. Cindy Engerman leaves her pass to ride the " elevator " to any weary freshman. Forrester leaves a three speed hurst stick to anvone who can break it. Charlene Fritz leaves all the boys to her sister Tackie. Cathy Fugere leaves, still trying to convince the Student Patrol that teacher’s daughters don’t need passes! Bill Gaida leaves his Spanish books to anyone who wants them. 58 Donna Gaines leaves, on time, for the bus. Rick " Big Drag” Gamelin leaves a set of Cheter slicks to anyone who can burn them off. Garbs leaves all he learned in high school to anyone who has a minute to listen. Mary Garrand leaves, still worrying about her marks. Pat Girard leaves Mrs. Lilly in peace. Kathy Gloski leaves the secret agony of the cheerleaders to Jackie Boyden. Shiek leaves ' " How to Succeed in Algebra” to Denise Pervere. Grimey leaves, hoping Anne remembers to " pump those brakes!” Jean Guilbault leaves to join Mel. Winnie Guilford leaves " Fun and Frolics” to period one study hall. George Flail leaves with Jane. Cindy Ffardy leaves still trying to catch up on some " sleep.” John Blastings leaves sadly without Kathy. Frannie Hilliard leaves the teachers nervous wrecks.. Mary Hoctor leaves behind many memories and friends. Martha Jakutowicz leaves to tour the United States. Janie Jarvis leaves with George. Penny Jones leaves for home. Norma Kawecki leaves, surprisingly enough, without an absentee list. Peggy Kells leaves for Wilmark Avenue. Doxie leaves Tuffy Boulanger to Miss Hatch. Mitz leaves the " 12:28 Locker Combat Zone” knowing the finer points of guerilla war- fare. Carol Konvelski leaves quickly. Carol Kopec leaves Jinny a reed that actually works. Ed Kopinto leaves Miss Hatch in peace. Carl Kuklewicz leaves, to Mr. Kossakoski ' s relief. Louise Lafleur leaves period 2 Algebra 1 Class to Mr. Bourdeau. Karin La Pointe leaves for a summer at Hampton Beach. Billy La Pointe leaves his holidays to anyone who wants them. Paul Laramie leaves with the rest. Barbara Lawrence leaves the flute section to Carol and Cindy. Karen Letourneau leaves her aspirins to those who have Miss Nadeau next year. John Lucas leaves all six periods to the English teachers. Philip Lucas leaves his seat in U.S. History to next year’s " historian.” A1 Majewski leaves for Taylor Rental. Cy leaves all her " lovely” nicknames to anyone nutty enough to want them. Joe Martin leaves for unknown places. Karen Milkey leaves her brother Chuck to bug Mr. Routhier for one more year. Candy Mills leaves a clean locker to Ginny Gray. Mol leaves his slide-rule to next year’s math class. Joan Murphy leaves looking forward to the future. Pat O’Connor leaves to see you know who. Ollie leaves P.O.D. to the birds. Jerry O’Riley leaves " Girl watching” to anyone who is interested. Frank Osciak leaves. Pugger leaves his U.S. History book to Kenny Kuninski. Debbie Patnode leaves the three end seats at the Glenn to Lonni, Pat, and Pam. Peter leaves quite gladly. Pauline Philibert leaves — still smiling. Barb Pietraszek leaves in a light blue Chevy. Sue Podlenski leaves all of her broken reeds and old " Band Beats” to Diane Campbell. Lou Pogoda leaves his peeled pencils alone. Marcy Porlier leaves a match to provide a spark to Mrs. Robinson and return her four safety pins. Tom Potosck leaves four years of high school to any daring person who can take it. Nedine Potter leaves her mother to those " lucky’’ incoming freshmen. Suzanne Proulx leaves. Andy Rewa leaves jersey 75 with pride after playing in the 1966 Turkey Day Game. Rock leaves still waiting. Deb Ross leaves her position on the girl’s basketball team to Anna Garbiel. Donna Rozecki leaves her position in the office to some junior who can hold up the fort. Spike leaves his geometry book to Mr. Garbiel, to burn. Tim Ryan leaves his sick jokes to Louie Brozo. Pam Sabato leaves Period One Physics wearing her raincoat and rubbers. Jet leaves to buy a frame for her diploma. Donna San Soucie leaves Mrs. Lilly, doubting that anyone can fill her shoes. Smitty leaves Uncle Bob to anyone who thinks he can handle him. Colleen Staiger leaves all crumpled life saver wrappers to Mr. Meehan. Phil St. Germain leaves his parking space to anyone who can use all the oil he lost. Ray St. Germain leaves his long hair and motorcycle to Tuffy. Marcia Stone leaves for Cindy’s side of the world. Jim Tessier leaves his record of arriving two seconds before eight to anyone who can break it. Gail Toczydlowski leaves to be with her " Weekend Warrior. " Tra leaves his guard around to Mark Sweeney. Rod Varney leaves the boys’ locker-room to the germs. Jane Verrier leaves — still trying to f ind out about that Friday history quiz from Peg. Skip leaves Mr. Meehan a split hair, in defiance of his words, " we won ' t split hairs over . . .” Joanne Waidlick leaves saying good-by to three certain juniors. Bob Walker leaves school for good. Val Walsh leaves with her Tiki for a different climate. Pat Warner leaves Deb Demko still wondering which way to run. Karen Waryas leaves in search of the wild blue yonder. Waz leaves his vast fortune to the needy school board. Pat Welcome leaves for Florida. Donna Wonsey leaves to be with Ray. Leo Woznakewicz leaves Mr. Bassett a peaceful homeroom. Howard Zentgraf leaves. 60 The gaiety, beauty, and magic of Ireland was ours as we danced in our garden of roses at the Junior Prom. The Irish countryside and spirit came alive in music and col- or, but all too soon faded into a few crushed flowers, crumpled pro- grams, and golden memories — memories that to the Class of ’67 will be . . . ' ' Forever Emerald.” Junior Prom Junior Prize Speaking Kathy Conway „ The Messiah Pamela Sabato Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm Nedine Potter Bad Seed Susan DeMeo Mrs. Schnickelfritz and the Four O’Clock Train Lucinda Hardy Peter Pan Mary Kocsis My Fair Lady Kenneth Brown, Jr The Button Ronald Smith Baby in the Bathroom Robert Bray Of Mice and Men Denis Bordeaux Beneath the Make-up ' Q JuicP 967 tyt c L v£t-3 TFHS.Avdi+otvn acztjf MjlRcll 30 ANciSJ The Mad Woman of Chaillot CAST Waitress, Catherine Fugere; Little Man, Philip St. Germain; Prospector, Louis Pogoda; President, Robert Bray; Baron, John Hastings; Therese, Patricia Belunas; Street Singer, John Burnham; Flower Girl, Nancy Mathey; Ragpicker, Edward Kopinto; Paulette, Barbara Pietraszek; Deaf Mute, Denis Bordeaux; Irma, Mary Garrand; Peddlar, Ludinda Engerman; Broker, Timothy Ryan; Street Juggler, John Demo; Dr. Jadin, Gerald Dobosz; Countess Aurelia, Linda Markol; Doorman, Bruce Dion; Foliceman, Kenneth Brown; Pierre, James Tessier; Sergeant, Andrew Rewa; Sewer Man, Leon Woznakewicz; Mme. Constance, Pamela Sabato; Mile. Gabrielle, Susan DeMeo; Mmme. Josephine, Kathy Conway; President, Larry Kilgour; Prospectors, George Villeneuve; Press Agents, Ronald Smith, Raymond St. Germain and Richard Petrin; Adolph Bertaut, Gary Clough; Frank Osciak and Daniel ' Wasielewski; Ladies, Geraldine Baird, Nedine Potter and Deborah Ross; Citizens of Paris, Barbara Lawrence, Gail Toczydlowski, Jane Verrier, Patricia O’Connor, Karen Milkey, Norma Kawecki, Mary Grimard, Carol Konvelski and Lucinda Hardy. COMMITTEES Scenery, Bruce Dion! - ' Jeanette Sak, “ " Suzanne Proulx. ' Aldea Cloutier, Winnie Guil- fordTCarol Burnham, and David Duncan; Publicity, Marcy Porlier, Lucille Brunelle " f Pris- cilia Chisholm, Susan Podlenski, Mary Hoctor Karen Waryas; Props, Kathy Dunican, Donna Rozecki, Lynn Carriker,“ " and Donna Gaines; Costumes, Paulette Girarcf Jane Jarvis, Frances HilliarcTand Cathy Denkiewicz; Make-up, D yle Rockwell and Charlene Fritz; Scenery, Walter Craven ' and Michael Golowra. STUDENT DIRECTOR Mitzie Kocsis STAGE MANAGER Daniel Wasielewski 65 John Molongoski (President); Linda Markol (Vice-President); Kathleen Gloski (Secre- tary); Lucille Brunelle (Treasurer); Mrs. Ju- dith Finkel and Mr. Thomas Meehan (Ad- visors ) . National Honor Society In January of 1967, these twenty seniors were in- ducted by formal ceremony, into the National Honor Society. The Honor Society, initiated this year, has re- placed the Pro Merito system formerly used. To win this honor these students have displayed scholastic ability as well as the qualities of leadership, citizenship, and service. The Turners Falls Chapter of National Honor Society has proudly been named in honor of Mr. George F. Wrightson, former principal, and respected friend of T.F.H.S. Spanish Club Thomas Potosek (President); Richard Dobosz (Vice-President); Pamela Bartlett (Sec retary); Joseph Martin (Treasurer); Mrs. Mary Coppinger and Mrs. Mary Beisel (Ad visors) French Club Richard Sojka (President); Carol Gates (Vice-President); Christie Sweeney (Secre- tary); Kathleen Murley (Treasurer); Mrs. Judith Finkel and Mr. Albert Routhier (Advisors) 70 History Club John Demo (President); Donald Traceski (Vice-President); Lucinda Hardy (Secre- tary); Catherine Fugere (Treasurer); Mr. Thomas Meehan (Advisor) ii. m MW Camera Club Michael Golowka (President); Mary Kocsis (Vice-President); Kathleen Bedaw (Secre- tary); Susan Podlenski (Treasurer); Mr. Frederick Oakes (Advisor) 72 Girls’ Chorus Nedine Potter (President); Susan DeMeo (Vice-President); Lucinda Hardy (Secre- tary); Nancy Mathey (Treasurer); Katherine Conway (Librarian); Mary Kocsis and Mary Garrand (Advisory Board), Pamela Sabato (Student Director); Mr. Arthur E. Gilmore (Director) Boys’ Chorus Robert Campbell (President); Kenneth Brown (Vice-President); Denis Bordeaux (Sec- retary); John Hastings (Treasurer) 73 Varsity Cheerleaders Barbara Cadran (Captain); Karen Waryas (Co-Captain) J-v. Cheerleaders Joanne Long (Captain ); Christie Sweeney (Co-Cptain) 76 Band Susan Podlenski (President); Linda Markol (Vice-President); Prudence Clark (Secre- tary); Susan Mayrand (Treasurer); Barbara Lawrence (Librarian); Marcia Klaus (Li- brarian ) ; Mr. Arthur E. Gilmore ( Director ) Swingsters 78 Student Council Robert Bray (President); Kenneth Brown (Vice-President); Mary Grimard (Secre- tary); Anne Maddern (Treasurer); Mr. Thomas Meehan (Advisor) Student Patrol Alter Ego Teen Scene 80 . Pamela Sabato Edit or -in-Chief of Peske-Tuk Netop - Yearbook Staff Kathleen Bedaw Editor of Netop jp ;i - _P».s n !r -OK CEP x 3EV3SV Sb« epix it 5 f Cfcris na= i. siX ' »S " 8. »« «« . sdF aev.-r.ti 7 , P-Ogrui Kitfc !“£“ • SS s SYg?gj; K«l« c S , rs, -ft £ • school bnri -- h S ss 1 PESKE-TUK 82 PESKE-TUK Editor-in-Chief Pamela Sabato Associate Editor Kathleen Bedaw Executive Editors Donna Gaines Katherine Dunican Kathleen Gloski John Molongoski Donna Wonsey Carol Burnham Nedine Potter Lawrence Kilgour Patricia Belunas Karen Waryas Catherine Fugere Mary Garrand Barbara Cadran Karen Milkey Geraldine Currier Deborah Ross Karin LaPointe Staff Susan DeMeo Lucinda Hardy Sharon Cassidy Mary Kocsis Jean Guilbault Gerald O ' Riley Michael Golowka Faculty Advisor Mr. William Steinecke, Jr. Kathy Conway Barbara Pietraszek Patricia O’Connor Sharon DuCharme Mary Grimard George Villenueve John Potosek 83 Football Baseball 91 H ) ;. 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FORBES CAMERA SHOP GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS CHARRON ' S PHARMACY Franklin County’s Most Modern Drug Store Prescriptions Filled 339 FEDERAL STREET GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 103 Compliments of THE ATHENS RESTAURANT " IP re Friends Meed’ MONTAGUE ROAD TURNERS FALLS, MASS. PIPIONE ' S SPORTS SHOP BICYCLES — ALL BICYCLE REPAIRS Parts and Accessories Full Line of Sports’ Equipment 104 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASS. DORAN, INC. Plumbing, Heating and Appliances " We Sell — Install — Service and Guarantee” 11 BRIDGE STREET MILLERS FALLS, MASS. Tel. 659-3543 RUCKI ' S GOODYEAR AND GENERAL ELECTRIC PRODUCTS " The most of the best for the least ” Tel. 774-4791 19 FEDERAL STREET GREENFIELD, MASS. Compliments of FRENCH KING BOWLING CENTER 16 Modern Lanes and Snack Bar Reservations Tel. 659-3047 FRENCH KING HIGHWAY MILLERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF ’67 Compliments of RUBIN ' S AUTO SALES TURNERS FALLS, MASS. 863-8271 DELUXE BEAUTY SALON Josephine Krol, Prop. All Kinds of Beauty Culture Tel. 863-4651 TURNERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF 1967 OLD STONE LODGE 104 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST Compliments of WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1967 from RITA ' S BEAUTY SALON JUDD WIRE MFG. CO. Rita Tuminski, Prop. 80 HIGH STREET TURNERS FALLS, MASS. Tel. 863-2663 YOU CAN DO BETTER AT CARROLL ' S SUPER MARKETS MILLERS FALLS ORANGE GILL GOOD LUCK! TO THE CLASS OF 1967 CARROLL BROTHERS EXPRESS, INC. SERVING WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF 1967 TEN PIN BOWL Featuring 32 AMF Automatic Pinspotters 20 Ten Pins 12 Candle Pins 89 FRENCH KING HIGHWAY, GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS PRescott 4-4341 105 | BEST WISHES | TO THE | CLASS OF 1967 THE ROCKDALE STORE TURNERS FALLS § I MASSACHUSETTS CONGRATULATIONS! Class of 1967 Best Wishes for the Future CASUAL COIFFURES Tel. 863-2833 Carol Biano Patricia Letourneau 168 Avenue A Turners Falls, Mass. Linoleum and Tile Floors Ceramic Tile Formica and Vinyl Counter Tops BARRY FLOOR AND WALL COVERINGS Tel. 863-4409 177 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASS. Compliments of NADEAU ' S CLOVER FARM STORE QUALITY MEATS AND GROCERIES Open Daily 9 a.m. to 9 p m. HIGH STREET TURNERS FALLS, MASS. Compliments of BOB ' S AUTO BODY 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE Tel. 863-2112 303 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASS. COUTURE BROS, INC. 187 Ave. A Turners Falls, Mass. 01376 Tel. 863-4346 PAINTING AND WATERPROOFING CONTRACTORS Gasoline Station Installation and Maintenance Wallpaper - Paint Supplies - Glass For Safe and Courteous Service CALL VETERAN ' S CAB 863-4393 Office: 78 Ave. A, Turners Falls, Mass. COMET CLEANERS 123 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASS. PHONE 863-2043 Harvey R. Fleming, Prop. Compliments of ESCOTT ' S SERVICE STATION BSA MOTORCYCLES Sales and Service 107 Compliments of SMOOTH SAILING AHEAD SO LONG — HAPPY DAYS SENIORS OF 1967 JOSEPH RIEL L. A. KOHLER CO., INC. Like You Were Tops in Everything We Sell HEATING — PLUMBING 75 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASS. Compliments of ELLIE ' S LUNCH HOME COOKED FOOD AND CHALET BARBER SHOPPE HOME MADE MUFFINS Booth Service Air Conditioned " TO LOOK YOUR BEST” 63 THIRD STREET TURNERS FALLS, MASS. COMPLIMENTS OF ARCHITECTURAL STONE COMPANY TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS 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 " LETTERPRESS — OFFSET” 60 AVENUE A TEL 863-4625 Turners Falls, Mass. 108 ? Dependable Service WILLIAM ' S GARAGE | BEAUBIEN AND BONNETTE | COAL CO. For Smooth Driving — Specializing in — § COAL — RANGE AND FUEL OILS BEAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT | SUN SCIENTIFIC TUNE-UP § V Tel. 863-4581 V | 60 SECOND STREET | TURNERS FALLS, MASS. 147 SECOND STREET § TURNERS FALLS, MASS. | 1 r Compliments of § Compliments of § I 1 | DR. ALBERT GIKNIS DR. FREDERICK MILKEY | Compliments of Compliments of I FRANK ' S SERVICE STATION BILL ' S LUNCHEONETTE | y Frank Kersavage, Prop. MILLERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS | i MILLERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS Tel. 659-2556 ? o Compliments of CONGRATULATIONS | From the ? | HAWLEY PHARMACY FRENCH KING MOTEL | f Millers Falls Tel. 659-3327 AND RESTAURANT $ HAWLEY PHARMACY, INC. FINE FOOD AND LODGING | Turners Falls Tel. 863-2473 Banquet and Reception Facilities Banquet and Reception Facilities Congratulations From HAROLD B. MEYERS Complete Automotive and Welding Service GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS Phone 774-2300 Best Wishes for the Future To the Class of 1967 BRAFF RICH, INC. Complete Outfitters for Men and Boys GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS Tel. 774-4344 The Best for the GOOD LUCK Future Years Ahead and GOOD HEALTH BOURBEAU ' S to THE CLASS OF 1967 69 SECOND STREET from the TURNERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS " APOTHECARY SHOP " Compliments of Best Wishes KUKLEWICZ MARKET to Meats - Groceries The Class of 1967 Daily Delivery 106 FOURTH STREET TURNERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS from KUZMESKUS BUS LINES BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1967 BOARD OF SELECTMEN no § 5 Compliments of See Pontiac ’67 CROSBY OPTICIANS also, the New Firebird at 27 FEDERAL STREET COURNOYER PONTIAC, INC. | J GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS Y our New Pontiac Dealer § in £ , Christian Dior Eyewear GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS | • Compliments of FARRELL INSURANCE AGENCY $ Congratulations and § Best Wishes § ; 240 FEDERAL STREET from GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS SHADY GLEN t ’ Phone 773-3686 y TURNERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS | 1 Congratulations to the Best Wishes to the § 1 CLASS OF 1967 CLASS OF 1967 | from the from the 7 CLASS OF 1968 CLASS OF 1969 | Compliments to the CLASS OF 1967 SHADY REST MARKET |j Compliments of from the CLASS OF 1970 Rachel and Wally 111 Compliments of ST. STANISLAUS MILLERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS Congratulations and Best Wishes To the Class of 1967 MAKER ' S PACKAGE STORE TURNERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS Best Wishes to the CLASS OF 1967 from McCarthy funeral home, INC. Compliments of I. KRAMER SONS, INC. GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS Congratulations from JUNE ' S HAIR FASHIONS June Escott 74 PROSPECT STREET TURNERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS SCHAFF GUILD OPTICIAN 36 School Street Greenfield, Mass. 773-5377 6 West Street Keene, N. H. 352-6266 • COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE • HEARING AID SALES AND REPAIRS • CONTACT LENS SUPPLIES • ARTIFICIAL EYES Compliments of HAMILTON INTERIORS (Formerly Wainshal’s) 377 MAIN STREET GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS Tel. 773-3015 Compliments of FRANKLIN COUNTY LUMBER 112 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, MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of TURNERS FALLS COAL CO. Phone 863-4321 FIFTH STREET TURNERS FALLS, MASS. CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE 1967 GRADUATES OF TURNERS FALLS HIGH SCHOOL WHAI AM, WHAI FM CBS RADIO NETWORK Greenfield, Massachusetts BAUCH ' S ESSO STATION 193 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS Lubrication Esso Oil, Tires Custom Washing Tel. 863-4378 CONGRATULATIONS Compliments of BOSTLEY MOTOR COMPANY LINCOLN MERCURY COMET 38 HOPE STREET GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS GEO. STARBUCK SONS, INC. Established 1872 Quiet May Oil Burner Steam, Water and Plumbing Contractors Sheet Metal Work TURNERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS ESLEECK MANUFACTURING COMPANY THIN PAPERS TURNERS FALLS MASSACHUSETTS GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1967 LIONEL ' S BARBER SHOP 110 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASS. SINGLEY ' S FURNITURE APPLIANCE STORE 173 and 169 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS CONGRATULATIONS ! Class of 1967 Best Wishes for the Future VALLEY STUDIO " . EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC” 74 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASS. Compliments of AMERICAN HOUSE FINE FOODS 25 FOURTH STREET TURNERS FALLS, MASS. A. H. RIST- INSURANCE Since 1888 Fire — Bond — Casualty Automobile — Life — Marine Notary Public — Burglary 56 FOURTH STREET TURNERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS Real Estate Sales and Appraisals Compliemnts of GRIMARD ' S SHOE SERVICE Paul Grimard, Prop. 103 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASS. 114 IN GREENFIELD IT’S WILSON ' S FRANKLIN COUNTY’S LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE Since 1882 Where Your Mother and Grandmother Shopped RECORDER GAZETTE 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 691 2 Avenue A Compliments of BEAUBIEN ' S SUNOCO SERVICE STATION Tel. 863-4335 101 THIRD STREET TURNERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of GODIN 5 10c STORE 151 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS MONTAGUE MACHINE CO. PAPER MILL MACHINERY Maintenance Work For Neighboring Mills TURNERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS McCarthy THE CLOTHIER T ailor-made Suits a Specialty TURNERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS 115 $ SIGDA FLOWER SHOP 284 HIGH STREET GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of SPORTHAUS SKI SHOP — SPORTS WEAR 320 MAIN STREET TEL 773-387 6 Across From the Common GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of POLISH CO-OP STORES 96 FOU RTH ST. 39 ELEVENTH ST. TURNERS FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS rjo IN V FLORIST TELEGRAPH DELIVERY | CADE ' S FLOWER SHOP | 54 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASS. PARTRIDGE-ZSCHAU, INC. INSURANCE — REALTORS Telephone 659-3318 MILLERS FALLS ROAD TURNERS FALLS, MASS. Telephone 863-4331 106 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASS. INDEED WE DO! ! SELL LIFE INSURANCE 116 tfailumk Stuiio OFFICIAL CLASS PHOTOGRAPHER Class of 1967 117 T. O’Toole Sons, one of the first printers in the nation to produce yearbooks by offset, bring to you progressive ideas tempered by experience and a reputation for pains-taking workmanship. Personal service to advise you on ■ Yearbook Production ■ Themes ■ Layout ■ Use of Color ■ Fitting Copy ■ Line Drawings ■ Advertising ■ Proof Reading ■ Photography ■ Produc- tion ■ Personal Service At All Times T. O ' TOOLE SONS, INC. KEELER AVENUE, SOUTH NORWALK, CONNECTICUT 06856 NEW YORK ME I rose 5-4112 CONNECTICUT 838-4761 HAROLD McCORMICK " Harold” says " Try thinking and being an understanding and good per- son to everyone”. . .likes Hampton Beach and peppermint stick ice cream. . . dislikes an ignorant, uninteresting, conceited person who never changes... Harold has participated in Art Club; Contemporary Affairs Club; Football 2 ; 3 . EDWARD STANLEY MIRECKI ' Mirek” says " well la-di-da”. . .likes girls and cold clear winter nights . . . dislikes rainy days and hot summer nights . . . Participated in Student Patrol 3, 4; Theater Workshop 2, 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Span- ish Club 2, 3; Civic Affairs Club 3, 4; Student Court 4; Co-ordinator of Stu- dent Lounge Supervisor Staff 4; Business Manager of Netop 4; Yearbook; T Club. CHRISTINE FRANCES MOLONGOSKI " Mole” says " Are you kidding me?” ... likes sleeping, long weekends . . .dislikes working, bossy people. . .Mole participated in Art Club 1,2; Ju- nior Prom Decorating Committee; Chorus 3; Junior Float Committee. EDWARD JOSEPH MLECZKO, JR. " Myleck” says " What’s it worth to you?”. . .likes money and the New York Yankees ... has participated in Cross Country 1, 2, 3; F.T.A. 3, 4; Basketball 1; Contemporary Affairs. 95 MICHAEL EDWARD MURPHY " Murph” says " Don’t give me any grief” . . . likes sports and long vaca- tions . . . dislikes term papers and essays . . . has participated in French Club 1, 2; Chess Club 2; Contemporary Affairs Club; Student Patrol 4; and Action 4. ANTHONY FRANK MUSZYNSKI, JR. ' " Butch” likes hunting and fishing. .. dislikes watching basketball games. . .says " darn it”. . .Participated in the Chess Club 3, 4; Camera Club; .Contemporary Affairs Club. DAVID W. MURLEY " Merle” says " To err is human, to forgive is divine” likes to " to wallow in my own self-pity” and people who are willing to listen to both sides of an argument. . .dislikes mini-minded people who only criticize and never contribute, getting hung up on people and cheap Valiants with dead batteries . . . has participated in Contemporary Affairs Club; F.T.A.; Student Patrol; Student Council Newspaper; " T” Club; Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 4); Track 2, 3, 4 Junior Prom Decorating Committee; " A” Conference All Star Team. EDMUND CHARLES MOLONGOSKI " Chico” says " Wind blows in many directions but only God can make a tree” . . . likes Chevies and sweat shirts . . . dislikes Fords and grease. Li,


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