Turners Falls High School - Peske Tuk Yearbook (Turners Falls, MA)
- Class of 1969
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I 1 Turners Falls High School Turners Falls, Massachusetts We, the class of 1969, have chosen to address this yearbook to the ideals of one man — Robert Francis Kennedy. We believe that, during his lifetime, he up- held the highest goal of the young people, which is truth. For too long the world has been witness to hypocrisy and cold war. Robert Kennedy presented to the young and to the world his policy of freedom with justice of love without fear, and of hope for the brotherhood of all men. By means of photography we are relating our past experiences to his mem- orable words which live on within the tradition of the class of 1969. In por- traying his beliefs, we are presenting our own and those of all young people. For we have entwined his beliefs in our hearts and we have honored his creed throughout our years at Turners Falls High School. 2 Our ansLuer is the Lvond s hope: it is to rely on youth. .. not a time of life but a state of mind, a temper of the Luill, a quality of the imagination ' Academics Mr. William A. Cook Springfield College, B.S.; Columbia University, Mas- ter of Arts Superintendent of Schools Administration Principal Ray Franklin and Superintendent William Cook continued to strive for many new improvements in the educa- tional system this past year. Some of the more successful of their programs were the computerization of all school records and the Unstructured Time Activity Choice Program which in- cluded the Intensive Stud y, Selective Instruction, Conversa- tional Study, Student Lounge, and the Guidance Study. At the same time, they have been constantly adding to and updating the curriculum. All these forward moves in education have been planned to fit into the proposed Gill-Montague Region al school towards which this administration has long been working. Mr. James Humphrey, Administrative Assistant, was once again aiding Mr. Cook in all his endeavors. This yeai there was also a new addition to the administration. Mr. Eu gene Seaver filled the newly developed post of Assistant Prin- cipal. He ably assisted Mr. Franklin, especially in the areas of discipline and student activities. Mrs. Madeline Beaubien and Mrs. Agnes Krol, administrative secretaries at the high school, completed the forward looking, efficient administration that TFHS was fortunate to have guiding it this year. Mr. James Chester Humphrey William and Mary College Administrative Assistant Mr. Ray E. Fran klin University of Notre Dame, A.B.; University of New Hamp- shire, M.Ed.; Harvard University; Keene State College; Bos- ton Teachers College Principal Mrs. Agnes Krol Secretary Mrs. Madaline Beaubien Secretary to Mr. Franklin Mr. Eugene A. Seaver Keene State College, B.E.; Keene State College and University of New Hampshire, M. Ed. Vice-Principal Guidance Mr. Dana Haskell Prouty Fitchburg State College, M. Ed. Guidance Tucked away in a small cubicle on the first floor, is the TFHS Guidance Office. Mr. Dana Prouty and Mrs. Rosemary Maddern, counsel- ors, agree that this department, although small in size, was the center of hectic activity with students hunting down career information, awaiting the latest test results, or desperately trying to meet application deadlines. To help the students decide their future plans, the Guidance Department has installed new equip- ment which includes the Viewdeck and Occu- pational Information Tapes. They also spon- sored the Occupational Information Sessions in the afternoon. Another essential part of TFHS is the Caf- eteria Staff. Mrs. Marion Britton fed the hungry students with the assistance of Mrs. Lorraine Cadran, Mrs. Ernestine Charron, Mrs. Helen Verrier and Mrs. Antoinette Aitken. Each day they prepared approximately 400 hot lunches which provided an enjoyable improvement compared to the bag lunches. Mr. Otto F. Janda, known as " Otto”, worked each day to keep TFHS clean. Among the usual and varied jobs were, cleaning the floors, replacing burnt out lights, and opening stubborn lockers for distraught students. Yet another important area of the school is the library. This past year TFHS welcomed a new librarian, Mr. Charles Hoyt. Each year the library strives to meet the growing demands of the student body. The library served as a study hall for students electing intensive study or who had research to do among the library’s expand- ing facilities. Cafeteria Staff Mrs. Rosemary Maddern American International College, A.B.; University of Mas- ichusetts, M. Ed. Guidance Library Mrs. Marjorie Britton, Manager; Mrs. Ernestine Charron; Mrs. Antoinette Aiken; Mrs. Helen Verrier; Mrs. Lorraine Cadran Mr. Charles L. Hoyt University of Oregon, B.A.; University of Mas- sachusetts Librarian Mr. Otto Janda Custodian Janitor Languages Miss Louise May Clark University of Vermont, A.B. Latin I, II, III, IV Mr. Albert Joseph Routhier University of Montreal, Boston Col- lege Graduate School, M.A.T. French II, III Language students were sur- prised this past year to find many innovations in the Language De- partment, headed by Miss Louise Clark. For the first time in many years there were separate Latin III and Latin IV classes. Both in French II and Latin I new textbooks were introduced, which gave the students a new approach to speaking and un- derstanding the language. Eventu- ally the books will be uniform throughout the classes. In all three languages; French, Spanish and Lat- in, the civilization of the peoples was stressed. New teachers in the department were Mr. Richard Frischling and Mr. John Culbert. Mr. Richard Frischling Windum College, B.A.; University of Massachusetts; Long Island Universiu ; C. W. Post College; University of Puer- to Rico Spanish I, III Mrs. O. Irene Phelps Russell Sage College, A.B. French I, IV Mr. John E. Culbert Clark University, B.A.; Assumption, College Spanish 2; English 1 1 20 English Mrs. Betty Pierce Brown Wheaton College, B.A. Latin 1; English 1, 2 The English Department, headed by Mr. Frederick Oakes, reached the total of eight teachers. New staff members were Mr. John Culbert, Mrs. Marie Hartwell, and Mr. John Zwyna. In the past year there have been several changes in the department. Mr. Zwyna was the new director of dramatics, whik Mr. Oakes headed all student pub- lication work and journalism classes. The Creative Writing and Journalism Program was expanded to two classes with a total of thirty eight students. Several teachers in- troduced a more relaxed atmos- phere into their classes with the ad- dition of more audio-visual aids, debates and informal discussion groups. Through modern teaching techniques which stress student re- sponsibility and individuality TFHS students were able to gain a better understanding of the English language. Mr. Frederick Barnes Oakes Tufts College, A.B.; University of Massachusetts, M.S. English 4; Department Head Mr. William Jeremiah Thomas Connelly Amherst College, A.B.; University of Massachu- setts, M.S. English 3 Mrs. Charlotte Zeluma Potter University of Maine, B.A.; Universitc’ of Massachusetts, M.Ed. English 4 Mr. John Joseph Zywna Wesleyan University, B.A. English 1, 2 Mr. Philip Ashley Capen Curry College, A.B. English 1, 2, 3 Mrs. Marie Ruth Hartwell University of Massachusetts, B.A. English 2, 3 Mathematics The signs of the changing times were evident in the Mathematics Department this year. The department headed by Mrs. Char- lotte Schepp, who has completed her first year at T.F.H.S., has been updated by intro- ducing plane and modern geometry in the sophomore year and algebra II in the junior year. These courses have been modernized with new terminology, concepts, and sym- bolism. The members of the staff participated in a computer course at Mount Hermon. Math students were given the privilege of at- tending these sessions. While there, they used two teletype machines which are con- nected to a computer at Dartmouth. This project was sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the Montague School Committee, and proved to be a fas- cinating addition for many interested stu- dents. Mrs. Charlotte A. Schepp Wellesley College, A.B Geometry; Algebra I Mrs. Jean Nelson Martin Platteville State Teachers College, B.S. Algebra; Geometry Mr. Raymond Leonard Garbiel University of Massachusetts, B.S. Advanced Mathematics; Senior Methematics; Geometry Mr. Edward Joseph Bourdeau University of Massachusetts, B.S., M.S. Applied Mathematics; Algebra 1; Athletic Director 22 Fresh and exciting new ideas were introduced in the Business Department by three new teachers. To the expanding department, headed by Mr. Robert Avery, were added Mrs. Dorothy Richardson, Mrs. Judith Stockner and Mr. Paul Gigley. In various classes, work projects were set up to produce an office atmosphere. To help the students gain the complete feeling of an office, a secretarial pool was formed in Office Practice. Films were also shown depicting the duties of a secretary. Over all, the Business Depart- ment gave TFHS students a strong foothold in the business world of today. Mrs. Dorothy Crimmings Richardson Northampton Commercial College, A.I.C., B.S. Accounting Business Education Mr. Robert Allen Avery University of Massachusetts, B.B.A.; Westfield State College, M.Ed. Department Head; Bookkeeping I, II; Cross Country Coach; J.V. Baseball Coach Mrs. Virginia Mary Call University of Massachusetts, B.S.; Northampton Commercial College Personal Typing; Typing Mrs. Judy F. Stockner A.I.C., B.S. Business Education; Shorthand; Office Practice Mr. Paul J. Gigley University of Cincinnati, B.S.; Univer- sity of Massachusetts, Doctorial Candi- date; Business Law; Economics; Com- mercial Arithmetic Science In keeping with the progressive spirit which was adopted this past year, the Science Department embarked on several new teaching inovations. In Biology, a series of film strips supple- menting the various discussion topics was used extensively. Each student was also given the opportunity to learn about the struc- ture of various species through laboratory disection. An Advanced Biology class was developed for students interested specifically in science. Although non-credit and only a half year in length, it proved to be beneficial to many students. Mr. Charles Galvin, de- partment head, expressed the hope that next year the Chemistry and Physic classes will receive a supply of new equipment which has already been ordered. Plans have also been made to replace the General Science course by a class on Health and Hygiene next year. The department was enlarged with the addition of Mr. John Di lorio. Mr. John A. Dilorio Union College, B.S. Biology; General Science Mr. Charles Howard Galvin Norwich University, B.S. Chemistry; Physics Mr. John Francis Bassett Arnold College, B.S. Biology 24 Mr. Thomas Guilfoil Meehan American International College, A.B.; Springfield College U.S. History The Social Studies Department, headed by Mr. Thomas Meehan, includes United States History and Civics, United States Government, Ancient and Euro- pean History, Social Problems and Economics, and Problems of Democracy. This past year, Mrs. Judith Allen was welcomed as a member of the staff. Each division of the department recognizes the value of past and contemporary trends as the keys to the fu- ture. The U.S. History instructors have endeavored to acquaint students with the heritage of their country as well as to make the present more meaningful through an understanding of the past. The courses in the Problems of Democracy, U.S. Government and Social Problems and Economics found stimulus in the Presi- dential Election of 1968 which offered a basis for the study of government and history in the making. An- cient History classes have provided the foundation for all history studies. European History explored the government and philosophies of European cultures. The Social Studies Department has satisfied the need for an understanding of American society through the study of past generations, contemporary problems, and governmental procedures. It h as broadened the stu- dent’s outlook to include the past, the present and fu- ture. Social Studies Mrs. Judith Allen University of Wisconsin, B.A.; University of Massachusetts Social Science; Geography; P.O.D.; U.S. History Mr. Robert Leon Plaisted Bates College, A.B.; University of Maine Law School, L.L.B. Government; Social Science Mr. John Fletcher American International College, B.A. U.S. History; P.O.D. Mr. George Bush Williams College, B.A.; University of Mas- sachusetts, M.S. Ancient History; European History Mr. William Edward Roberts Brown University, A.B.; Westfield State College, M.Ed. Social Problems; Government; M.M. History Mr. William K. Moulten Berklee School of Music, B.M. Band; Chorus In the absence of a Music Department head, Mr. William Moulton capably took over the direction of the band and chorus. Mr. Moul- ton accepted this responsibility even though he also held a position on the junior high staff and music-minded students were grateful that their interest could be pursued without interruption. Miss Mery O ' Brien head of the Art De- partment, welcomed the assistance of Mrs. Georgiana Hall this past year. Through the use of paints, ink, pastels, paste, clay, cloth, and paper they gave the students a chance to ex- press their individual talents. In the relaxed atmosphere of the art room, the students exer- cised their imaginations to create their own personal masterpieces. Along with the usual sketches and paintings, they produced collages, and sculptures, and they dabbled in block print- ing, silk screening, and stenciling. The art ap- preciation classes also took advantage of the informal mood to view and discuss traditional and contemporary art forms. Their studies were aided not only by film strips and slides but also by evaluating the works of fellow students. Music Mrs. Georgina Hall University of Massachusetts; Wheaton College, B.A. Assistant to Mrs. O ' Brien Miss Mery Catherine O ' Brien Massachusetts College of Art, B.S.E. Art Appreciation; Freehand Drawing Home Economics In each department of TFHS innovations can be found, and the Industrial Arts and Home Economic Departments have been no excep- tion. This past year, the daring idea of ex- changing classes was put into effect. The stu- dents from shop enjoyed learning to bake brownies while they discovered the basics of cooking with Mrs. Patricia Lilley. They also studied other basic home economic subjects such as money management. The girls on the other hand, acquired the rudiments of wood working under the careful coaching of Mr. Richard Kossakoski. They made simple wood projects such as stools and boxes. Meanwhile regular courses were carried on each class. These extra projects were aimed at helping the non- college student prepare for the future. Mrs. Patricia Kate Lilley Plattsburg State College, B.S.; University of Massachusetts, M.S. Home Economics Industrial Arts Richard Chester Kossakoski Keene State Teachers College, B.E. Manual Training; Mechanical Drawing 27 Progress has been made the word for the Physical Education Department. In the past year, several changes have taken place. For the first time there was a second girls’ gym teacher, Mrs. Cora Wasti. She and Mrs. Charlotte Rob- inson instructed the girls in the basics of field hockey, using the newly acquired equipment. Meanwhile more indoor sports were enjoyed with the introduction of the Cage Ball, a huge white canvas sphere. The boys, under the direction of Mr. Har- old Fugere, competed with each other in the traditional sports of basketball, crab soccer and wrestling. Mrs. Ann Sabato, R.N., completed her sec- ond year at TFHS helping the students through another year of headaches, cuts and bruises with a strong hand and a sympathetic smile. Mrs. Cora Watsi University of Hawaii, B.E. Physical Education Mrs. Charlotte Robinson Boston University, B.S.; Sargent University Physical Education Physical Education School Nurse Mr. Harold Fugere Arnold College, B.S.; University of Massachusetts, M.S. Physical Education Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Sabato, R.N. Newport Hospital School of Nursing; Butler Psychiatric Hospital School Nurse Class of ’70 Junior class officers - Tricia Crosby, secretary; Lynn Johnson, historian; Mark Barber, president; Denise Pervere, treasurer; Anna Garbiel, vice-president. Class advisor Mr. William Roberts helps Juniors make important decisions. Mickey Verrier reigns as queen of the winter ball. ' ■fill T. Adamski W. Allis D. Banash M. Barber A. Beaubien M. Bedaw E. Belanger L. Bellemare N. Bernard G. Bonnette L. Bourret M. Breault J. Broderick P. burek A. Burke B. Chadwick B. Chadwick E. Cherwa M. Chittick T. Chicanowicz Kathy Waryas paints an eye-catching po ster. A rousing basketball cheer is lead by Barb Piecuch. J. Clark D. Clough J. Conway M. Corbiere F. Corliss J. Cuff K. DeBarge E. Currie A. Daignault W. Dejnak R. Demers D. DeNofrio G. Deslauriers C. Deveny B. Dion W. Dobias N. Drago R. Ducharme P. Duda R. Eacott J. Corliss J. Courtemanche E. Craven M. Crochier P. Crosby A. Emond M. Emond M. Ferland J. Fisette S. Fish R. Fowler A. Garbiel S. Gibas J. Girard J. Girard M. Girard J. Gloski R. Godin E. Golembeski D. Grader L. Gravelle R. Grimard W. Gruszkuowski M. Guilbault M. Guilbault K. Hastings M. Henry N. Jacob N. Jamrog P. Jarvis L. Johnson D. Kells R. Knox J. Koldys M. Kopinto M. Kostanski S. Kuzdizal C. Kuzmeskus M. Kuzontkoski D. LaPointe J. LaRoche R. Lawor K. Legere K. LeMaire G. Lemay P. Lemoine J. Leveille R. LeVitre C. Litskoski M. Little J. Lonergan M. Luippold C. Margozzi R. Martin E. McCarthy M. Millett F. Momaney H. Morrison J. Napikoski Ray Godin and Mike Luippold are issued make-up cards by Mrs. Beau- bien. 32 A. Neveu L. Newton P. Noga S. Osiak J. Palmer P. Patnode D. Pervere B. Piecuch L. Podlenski R. Pogoda A. Powers J. Randall R. Range L. Rau E. Robbins R. Rogaleski R. Rogers A. Ryan E. Sargent R. Savage R. Sawin B. Shebell M. Sheridan P. Sielis D. Simanski B. Skrypek G. Smith C. Stafford C. Staiger B. Stebbins K. Stempel J. Stevens B. Strysko J. Sullivan R. Suprenant D. Tanyuk W. Tessier G. Thompson M. Verrier M. Viens J. Waidlich B. Waldron The vibrant smile of Linda Newton C. Walsh E. Warchol J. Warner K. Waryas P. Waryas B. Wasielewski B. Wasielewski P. Welch J. Woitkiewicz P. Wysk P. Zabko H. Zukowski 1 Class of 71 Sophomore class officers - Katie Sweeney, secretary;. Jeff Suprenant, vice-president; Doug Brown, president; Lucy Denkewicz, treasurer; Kathy Jablonski, historian. Mr. Phillip Capen, class advisor, aids Sophomores in plan- ning the Sophomore Social. Barb Wiacek cheers enthusiastically during a football rally. A. Chyz F. Cloutier N. Craig J. Craven M. Couture M. Currie N. Dargis D. Day B. Dejnak R. Demers M. Denkewicz L. Dennet L. Devino E. Dion G. Dion N. Dlugoenski Doug Brown and Debbie Gilmore attending the winter ball. T. Aitken G. Aleksiewicz L. Allen W. Allen M. Arnold E. Aubry J. Baird M. Bailey B. Barnes N. Barry C. Beaubien A. Billings D. Bocon M. Bonnette C. Boudrias S. Boulanger D. Bourbeau E. Bourdeau B. Brown C. Brown D. Brown R. Brunelle R. Brunelle J. Cade R. Cadran C. Campbell N. Campbell R. Canedy S. Chadwick M. Chagnon Norma Gould during a dramatic reading of " The Storm.” 35 D. Dobias M. Dobosz P. Dunican J. Dymerski D. Elgosin S. Fairbrother D. Felton S. Felton M. Ferland L. Fisher D. Fugere R. Gaida P. Garbiel J. Garrand J. Giknis D. Gilmore L. Gillon R. Godin D. Golembeski J. Golembeski N. Gould R. Grandmaison C. Gruszkowski R. Greene L. Haigis J. Halladay J. Hastings C. Iwanowicz C. Jablonski R. Jablonski P. Jefferson P. Kelsey R. Kells E. Kennedy J. Kerr W. Klaus J. Klepadlo A. Kuzdizal J. LaFleur T. LaPointe J. Laroche B. Laskoski R. Lawor S. LeMaire J. Letourneau M. Letourneau D. Little D. Lucas J. Luippold L. Maddern T. Malinowski S. Martin R. Martin D. Mathey J. McCormick C. Molongoski G. Molongoski K. Morgan An artistic masterpiece is created by Daniel Petrovich. 36 B. Morin P. Mosseau M. Nadeau M. Nagle B. Napikoski C. Noga J. Osowski S. Otto N. Parent N. Parent A. Parenteau S. Parenteau Y. Paul J. Paulin L. Perkins L. Perry D. Petrowicz L. Poirier C. Pratt B. Rau R. Remillard C. Reum W. Rogers D. Rozecki C. Rubashkin S. Rushford S. Saharceski M. Sadlin J. Sargent M. Schab D. Slauenwhite O. Sears R. Sears C. Shea E. Stone B. Stone B. St. Germain J. Suprenant K. Sweeney C. Tatakis D. Tela Chris Shea leaps in an attempt to outwit his opponents. E. Terrill M. Thomas F. Traceski M. Togneri D. Trombley T. Underwood M. Valley C. Wasielewski M. Wasileski S. Wasileski T. Welsh R. Wheeler G. White B. Wiacek E. Wickline D. Wonsey A -f 37 Freshman class officers - Jody Ryan, secretary; Jackie Galvis, treasurer; Sandy Bartlett, historian; Bobby Stebbins, president; Barry Petrin, vice-president. Class of 72 Class advisor Mr. Paul Gigley jokes with Freshman officers. Surprised smiles are registered by Jerry Wondoloski and Donna Girard. 38 R. Accaputo M. Adamski N. Aitken C. Andrew P. Arcand J. Astell K. Aubry P. Austin R. Bailey R. Balboni S. Bartlett S. Bassett S. Bassett F. Bastarache L. Belanger G. Bessette J. Bezio D. Blanchard R. Blanchard R. Breault D. Boguslawski L. Boulanger D. Bourret J. Borkowski R. Broderick B. Brown G. Brown J. Brunelle L. Burke M. Burnham G. Cadran R. Campbell P. Clark C. Clough K. Collins R. Cooper V. Councilman D. Couture K. Couture J. Coyne S. Crocket S. Crocket David Dion and Bob Cooper enjoy ice cream at lunch. S. Danielson M. Delaney D. DeNofrio M. Derry K. DeSalvio D. Dion B. Dobosz G. Dodge M. Dodge D. Downes S. Doyle G. Ducharme P. Ducharme J. Elgosin R. Ellis N. Emond M. Marceau J. Martin P. Martin D. Miller M. Molongoski L. Momaney R. Murley N. Emond R. Engerman D. Evans E. Ferris W. Ferris D. Fredrick W. Ford J. Eugere J. Galvis P. Gamelin M. Garbiel S. Gates P. Gessing P. Gibas D. Girard E. Girard R. Girard E. Golonka E. Grader J. Greene D. Guilbault P. Gulo D. Gunn T. Gusan S. Guy D. Hanley R. Lawor W. LeDoux S. Legere D. Lemoine K. Leveille A. Luippold D. Makarewicz Denise Podlenski intently reads a school publication. K. Hawkins R. Heath D. Henry D. Hescock F. Hmieleski D. Holmes E. Isles D. Johnson D. Johnston R. Jones T. Kells S. Klaus S. Kopinsky I. Kopinto N. Kopinto R. Koscinski L. Kozloski R. Krol P. Kuklewicz T. Kuzmeskus L. Lapachinski 40 R. Niedbala C. Novak I. O ' Riley R. Parenteau P. Patnode C. Pervere G. Pervere B. Perrin S. Phelps R. Pietraszek D. Podlenski M. Poirier A funny story is told by Dave Couture. D. Porlier K. Putala A. Range R. Rastallis C. Reum A. Robbins S. Robinson M. Rodovich B. Rosewarne J. Rosewarne J. Ryan R. Ryan R. Sabato D. Sak S. Sauter W. Sazama T. Shiner D. Sikora B. Slongwhite L. Stafford E. Stafford T. Staiger J. Starbuck R. Stebbins J. Stokes M. Strysko L. Sweeney D. Swehla S. Tatro M. Taylor T. Tela H. Voudron J. Waidlich D. Waldron Waryas S. Waryas C. Waseleski A. Wasileski N. Watroba N. Waynelovich N. Waynelovich E. Wickline J. Witalisz D. Wojtkowski J. Wondoloski D. Wonsey T. Wozniak W. Wysk P. Zabko 41 Publications Staff Patricia Allen Susan Ashley Kathleen Baird Pamela Bartlett Winifred Bliss Deborah Bonnette Cheryl Boulanger Daniel Campbell Christopher Connelly Gary Dargis Gerald Fournier Jacquelyn Fritz Constance Fugere Kathleen Garrand Timothy Garrand Robert Gillon Jane Golonka Pamela Hardy Ellen Haskins Raymond Kuczek Mary Letourneau Donna Markol Edward Mirecki Marcia Noga Joanne Osowski Barry Palmer Roland Parenteau Barbara Peskor Jane Petrin Theresa Phuala Keith Rovner Hugh Sears Janet Strysko Gail Terlikoski Linda Waidlich Debra Wozniak Susan Yarmac Yearbook An unwavering quest for originality was the driving force behind the creation of the 1969 Yearbook. Many new, lively, creative sections were added, while at the same time meaningless material was eliminated. The total of all this breaking with tradition was a truely exciting journalistic masterpiece. The main factor which made this fantastic success possible was that the Yearbook staff was literally swamped with talent. The presence of such clever people as Joanne Osowski, who created all the art work in the book, made it possible to put extremely competent persons in charge of the Yearbook. It was they, along with their staffs, who were responsible for this excellent finished product. With the availability of people with such impressive administrative ability, the editor, Timothy Garrand and supervisor, Mr. Fred- erick Oakes, had merely to take care of overall organi- zation and handle any minor problems which arose. This combined effort made possible the production of the first yearbook in many years to finally break away from the smothering weight of tradition into the free open air of originality. Tim Garrand Staff Yearbook Mr. Frederick Oakes Editor-in-Chief Timothy Garrand Associate Editors Pamela Bartlett Keith Rovner Faculty Advisor Mr. Frederick Oakes Cover Staff Underclassmen Pictures Joanne Osowski Janet Strysko Jane Petrin, Editor Theresa Puhala Linda Waidlich Gary Dargis Christopher Connelly Barbara Peskor Photo Essay Keith Rovner, Editor Cheryl Boulanger Joanne Osowski, Editor Janet Strysko Linda Waidlich Yearbook Class Pictures and Faculty Pamela Bartlett, Editor Pamela Hardy Constance Fugere Robert Gillon Roland Parenteau Clubs and Activities Donna Markol, Editor Pictures Gail Terlikoski Business Staff Kathleen Baird, Editor Kathleen Garrand Edward Mirecki Gerald Fournier Daniel Campbell Debra Wozniak Winifred Bliss, Jacqueline Fritz Susan Ashley Patricia Allen Copy Staff Editor Marcia Noga Mary Letourneau Gary Dargis Susan Yarmac Deborah Bonnette Photography Credits Robert Fritz Janet Nadeau Michael Hmielski Frederick Oak es 44 . Joanne Osowski and Donna Markol Winnifred Bliss Kathy Baird Danny Camp- bell and Kathy Garrand Connie Fugere Janet Strysko, Tim Garrand and Keith Rovner Pam Bartlett Gail Terlikoski .... editor-in-chief Many students were able to demonstrate their journalistic ability through Teen Scene. Each week the students wrote news articles, editorials and features dealing with stimulating imagina- tive topics. TFHS’ contribution to this page was accomplished through the combined ef- forts of editor Jane Petrin, a staff of writers, typists and a photographer. Advisor for the year was Mr. Frederick Oakes. This past year, most of the writing was done by the Journalism and Creative Writing classes, with assistance from other members of the student body. Chris Connely editor-in-chief Alter Ego An annual publication is Alter Ego, which .pro- vides the students with an excellent view of their " inner-selves”. Editor-in- Chief Christopher Connel- ly received a variety of impressive material, rang- ing from short stories and humorous plays to poetry and art work. The typing staff was under the direction of Theresa Puhala and Patricia Allen, while art work was screened by Janet Strysko and Gary Dargis. The pro- duction of this magazine involved the dedication of the entire Journalism and Creative Writing classes. N e t 0 P Tricia Crosby and Roxanne Sawin, Junior editors Teen Scene Jane Petrin, editor, interviews guest speaker Mr. Richard Akins. Once again the Netop greeted the student body in " printed” form instead of the mimeograph type of 1968. The staff worked diligently to solicit adverti.se- ments in order to help defray the cost of printing. They also poled their creative talents to produce a more interesting paper and introduced a saterical column called " The Prophet.” The Netop sponsored the Pump- kin Prom, held on Halloween night, the proceeds of which helped to finance the printing. Gail Terlikoski acted as Editor-in-Chief. Faculty advisor was Mr. Fred- erick Oakes. Typists, Pat Al- len, Debby W02- niak and The- resa Puhala Camera Club Fine arts discussed by Mary Letour- neau. The Camera Club, advised by Mr. Frederick Oakes, is an activity open only to seniors. This past year, the Camera Club was more closely asso- ciated with the Yearbook staff. For the first time, pictures were used to glamorize the advertising section. Club members also took many candids to be used in yearbook publication. The meetings of the Camera Club were informal and held once a month. The members were able to improve their own picture taking techniques in ad- dition to mastering the essentials of photographic composition. Officers for the year were President, Joanne Osowski; Vice-president, Mary La- tourneau; Secretary, Pam Bartlett and Treasurer, Keith Rovner. Rosie’s place at 6:30.” Pam Hardy displays an award winning " black on white.” " Hey Wow! That’s me ? ? ?” student Council In the past two years the student body has given the Student Council increasing support and co- operation. Thus, the student body helps the Council to fulfill its three aims — to maintain school spirit, to serve as an advisory board to the principal and to create a closer relationship between the faculty and the student body. Officers for the year were Robert Cadren, Presi- dent; Timothy Garrand, Vice-president; Kathleen Baird, Secretary; and David Simanski, Treasurer. The Turners Falls Student Council was established in our Freshman year. Starting as a feeble yet ener- getic group, the Council grew into a strong and effective organization. Among the new projects which they sponsored were the annual Booster Day, the Student Lounge and improvement of the ap- pearance of TFHS’ halls. They also joined the New England Student Council Workshop and took over the support of an Asian orphan. The latest addition to their agenda was the Winter Carnival. i Winter Carnival Donna Markol, Pam Bartlett and Bob Cadran outline the Winter Carnival. Nancy Jacob, Mark Barber and Tricia Crosby with Peter Zabko take pleasure at the Winter Ball. Couples enjoying themselves at the Winter Ball. Seniors hard at work on their snow sculpture. student Patrol The Student Patrol, instituted and supervised by Mr. Thomas Meehan, completed its third year in operation. The members of the patrol, wearing new arm badges, served as monitors in the halls during and between classes. They were valuable supervisors during lunch period and insured the fulfillment of school regulations. The lounge supervisors endeav- ored to create a smooth running atmosphere in the student commons. The Patrol exemplifies the spirit of student responsibility at TFHS, Dave Murley keeps a tight watch over Denny Pervere. Student Lounge Supervisors 51 Art Club Members of the Art Club worked on many of their projects during their art classes. Among their projects were designing covers for pamphlets and creating posters. To conclude the year, the members went to Boston to visit various art museums, includ- ing the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Gardner Museum and the Harvard Museum. There the stu- dents were able to see for themselves the works and techniques of famous artists. Ski Club The ski enthusiasts of T.F.H.S. eagerly got into action this past winter under the supervision of Mr. William Roberts. Early in the school year the club had its first meet- ing at which time officers were elected. Chosen were John Felton, President; David Simanski, Vice-pres- ident; Katie Sweeney, Sec- retary; and Edward Sere- dejko. Treasurer. Together with these officers, Mr. Roberts arranged for sev. eral excursions, a dance, and participation in Win- ter Carnival. 52 National Honor Society The George F. Wrightson Chapter of the National Honor Society opened its doors to seven Juniors and thirteen more Seniors this past year, bringing the total membership to thirty students. Membership was based on the four qualities of schol- arship, leadership, character and service, in which each candi- date had to prove himself worthy. The faculty advisor was Mr. Thomas Meehan and officers were chosen from the ten Se- niors who had been two year members. They were Christopher Connelly, President; Theresa Puhala, Vice-president; Janet Piecuch, Secretary and Mary Letourneau, Treasurer. To promote better understanding of the business world is the primary interest of the Commercial Club. Under the direction of Mr. Robert Avery and Mr. Paul Gigley, officers were elected. They were Patricia Golembeski, President; Chris- tine Richotte, Vice-president; Dona Emond, Vice-president of Administrative Publicity and Public Relations; Deborah Bon- nette. Secretary; and Eileen McCarthy, Treasurer. During the course of the year, the club took trips to business establish- ments. A new idea was proposed that some excursions be taken in " mini groups.” These consisted of small groups of three or four members who visited establishments of their own interest. Guest speakers presented the members with a vast knowledge of different aspects of the business world. The Commercial Club had a very successful first year, and the benefits of this club will enrich the future business outlook of its members. Jane Petrin, Barb Peskor and Chris Connelly light their candles at induction. Commercial Club Debby Bonnette and Eileen McCarthy strive for excellence. 53 Jeff Heath and Mr. Capen discuss the future? 54 Future Teachers Of America The Future Teachers of America was organized to further the development of educational values among students who wish to pursue a teaching pro- fession. This past year knowledge was gained through contemporary lectures about such subjects as the im- portance of physical education and special education. A field trip was taken to Boston and a movie was viewed about gifted, underprivileged, children try- ing to gain a sufficient education. Many fund raising projects were held to provide scholarships for seniors who intend to teach. The officers were President, Jeffery Heath; Vice-president, Keith Rovner; Secre- tary, Constance Fugere; Treasurer, Kathleen Garrand; Historian, Jane Golonka; and Parliamentarian, Rob- ert Cadren, all of whom were under the direction of club advisor, Mr. Philip Capen. Bob Gillon look- ing ahead . . . OF AMERICA A.C.T.I.O.N. A new club this past year, ACTION, or " Arts, Controversy, Travel in Our Nation” was founded by advisors, Mr. Philip Capen and Mrs. Marie Hartwell. The club consists of various committees and three officers: Cheryl Boulanger, Chairman; Patricia Wysk, secretary; and Mary Valley, treasurer. This active club was always on the " go.” Their activities included two very successful dances, a trip to Springfield to see the movie " Ro- meo and Juliet,” and an excursion to North- field to see the " Afro-American Dancers.” As a result this club has motivated more cul- tural interest within T.F.H.S. jCheryl Boulanger, Kathy Webber and Nancy Currie try their artistic ability. Contemporary Affairs Club 1 — ' llf — iJl ' UL i The Contemporary Affairs Club is an organiza- tion created exclusively for seniors. This past year the club attended seminars in Northampton to ob- serve the essentials of hypnosis and its application in the field of medicine. The group also had several guest speakers and discussion groups throughout the year. This past year the Contemporary Affairs Club accomplished its purpose of presenting the problems of today’s world. 56 Future Nurses Club Mrs. Anne Sabato, school nurse, stimulated a wide interest in the nurs- ing career by forming a Future Nurses Club. The main purpose of this or- ganization was to inform the members of the wide variety of fields that branch from a nursing ca- reer. Some of the topics of discussion were the re- quired studies while in high school and the selec- tion of a college or nursing school. Under the leader- ship of officers, Suzanne Johnson, President; Anne Ryan, Vice - president; Mary Chittick, Secretary; and Pamela Noga, Treas- urer, the club accomplished its objectives. This was done through visits to area hospitals, including Cooley Dickenson Hospital; guest speakers and the showing of films. Often these ac- tivities were conducted with other area Future Nurses Clubs. Office Girls At any time during a normal school day, it was not difficult to find a girl darting in and out of classrooms or scurrying down the halls to some un- known destination. More than likely she was one of a group of twenty-five students who served as Office Girls. Each girl gave up several of her free periods each week to act as a girl Friday for the administra- tion and staff. Whether serving as the local pony express or falling into wastebaskets, the office girl’s job was hectic, if not filled with a lot of fun. 57 Junior Prize Speaking If one could see the eight people in the gym on the night of prize speaking, each in a corner rambling his part, some of outstretched arms and some gesturing, then they would ako see eight people who worked many weeks in order to know their speech letter perfect with all the movements and accents recorded perfectly in their mind. And then the time comes. Each has his own chance to face the crowded auditorium and capture each individual. The satisfaction is that they know they’ve worked hard, and the audience soon learns that they have. The first prize went to Keith Rovner for a dramatic Biblical story of Moses leading the children of Israel into the ' Promised Land.” Second prize went to Constance Fugere for a truly hilarious scene of a Negro washer-woman crossing a golf cour.se. And third prize went to Jane Golonka for an excellent protrayal of Lady MacBeth. Other contes- tants were Timothy Garrand, Christopher Connelly, Kathleen Garrand, Christie Sweeny and Sharon Leonis. 58 Junior Prom The class of 1969 made the traditional Junior Prom one of the most memorable events in the history of the school. The class ingenuously trans- formed the gym into an oriental paradise. To con- tribute to the theme " Moon Over Keijo,” a large lighted pagoda was built in the middle of an oriental garden complete with cherry trees and a bridge. A bright pink dragon, painted bamboo mats and cherry blossoms covered the other walls, while Japanese lanterns and colored lights com- pleted the scene. The eve- ning came to a climax with supper at the French King Restaurant and an exciting all-night party at the Old Stone Lodge. Grand march at the Junior Prom. Parting of the ways. How grand it Junior Prom receiving line. Le Cercle Francais Under the able supervision of Mrs. Irene Phelps, Le Cercle Francais had a successful year. Its thirty members met after school in the Student Lounge. The aim of the club was to familiarize students with French culture and customs. With the help of the French IV class, Mrs. Phelps prepared various dishes of French cuisine, including crepe suzettes and va- nilla parfaite. Members acted out short plays and lis- tened to reports on French painters. Officers for the year were Keith Rovner, President; Mary Letour- neau. Vice-president; Kathleen Garrand, Secretary and Pamela Hardy, Treasurer. Spanish Club For the first time in the history of T.F.H.S., the Spanish Club was given the opportunity to travel abroad to Madrid, Spain. For one week, some forty students visited museums, famous landmarks and churches. Along with attending a bull fight the stu- dents also enjoyed the night life of Madrid. During the week of April 5-12, the students took part in the Easter celebrations. While in Europe the students were also given the opportunity to visit Rome, for several hours. The advisors who planned this trip to Madrid were Mr. Richard Frischling and Mr. John Culbert. Officers were Pamela Bartlett, President; Michelle Verrier, Vice-President; Barbara Pieuch, Secretary; and Kathleen Garrand, Treasurer. 60 Theatre Workshop » f 1 ■Vh ' - 4 ' ,|B 1 -H’. ' I Theatre Workshop, an essential part of TFHS, helped the students become aware of the essence of drama. The members have insight into the main- stream of theatre presentations and the amount of work required for theatre productions. Under the di- rection of Mr. John Zywna, the Workshop is open to all high school students and provides various plays as entertainment for the student body. Among those produced were " Opus I,” and " The Storm.” A successful attempt on dramatic reading. Can manakins really move.’ Mr. Zywna thinks so. 61 Home Economics Club The Home Economics club was established this past year to increase in- terest and skills in home- making. The members aided in preparations for the National Honor So- ciety Tea and the Junior Prom. The girls also sold cookbooks as a money raising project. The funds were used to buy items for the home economics’ room and to promote the club. Elected as President was Linda Graville; Vice- president, Ruth Allis; Sec- retary, Sandra Wasileski and Treasurer, Ellen Cur- rie. Chorus The TFHS Chorus, under the supervision of Mr. William Moulton, gave students a basic background in diverse styles and forms of music. Rehearsals, every Tuesday and Thursday, prepared students for concerts. The Christmas Concert was a combination of precision, harmony and fine entertainment. 62 It only hurts when I laugh. J.V. Cheerleaders 63 Do your own thing! Varsity Cheerleaders spirit and pride led the way for many terrific Indian victories this past year. No one could have dis- played more spirit and pride than the eleven girls who made up the ’68-’69 Varsity Cheering Squad. Despite bruised knees and over- worked muscles, these girls spent many hours practicing for rallies, tournaments, football games and basketball games. In addition to the Varsity Squad, with Marianne Mar- tin as Captain, the Junior Varsity Squad led by Eileen McCarthy and the Freshman Squad headed by Su- san Legere did much to arouse the enthusiasm at school events. Wheth- er elated by victory or disappointed by defeat, the cheerleaders were a lively essential part of TFHS. Carol Dubriel stands on a desolated field. I V a r s • I t y Under Carol Dubreuil, captain, and Phyllis Tetreaiilt, the Varsity iwirlers performed during the half-time of every football game. On special occasions the squad’s mas- cot, Gail Broderick, marched with them. This squad of twelve girls practiced and perfected their routines with the Band during the seventh period of the school day. 64 Drum Majorette Pamela Bartlett completed her third year as Drum Ma- jorette and Feature Twirler. She had the honor of being the first sophomore ever cho- sen for Drum Majorette. Colorguard 1 sssseas ■ 1 gpu as Hu Ifi 1 BM The colorguard increased in number from six to eight this past year. As a result of the expanded membership, the complexity of their rou- tines was increased. Band For the first time, a Ju- nior Varsity Twirling Squad was initiated. Work- ing with the Varsity, Cap- tain Pamela Noga and Lieutenant Mary Jane Breault and their squad demonstrated their ability to stand on their own as successful twirlers. There are many ways of making music. However, the only way one can play good music is through practice, experience and musician- ship. In our high school band one can learn all three and still have fun. The first preparation starts even before school opens, when it is pos- sible to see rank and file marching in practice for the football season on the field or on the streets near school. After many a parade and many a half-time show, the band settles down for a long winter full of con- cert season. Now, any seventh pe- riod class is accompanied by back- ground music made by the hard- working band members and the mighty maestro, Mr. William Moul- ton. And, who can forget how the band peps up the rallies! We cer- tainly have a fine band that we can be proud to represent eur high school wherever we go. Mr. Thomas Meehan, Class Advisor " If t( e would look back at the lives we led .. . ” As members of the Class of 1969, we can look back with pride at our days at Turners Falls High School. In the midst of unfamiliar leaders, changing programs, and novel ideas, we worked as one and " ... we could find a quality of the imagination . . . ” We were a class endowed with creativity and displayed our ability and spirit in the presentation of our Junior Prom, " Moon over Keijo,” in the trans- posing of the theme of universal peace to our Yule- tide decor, and in the creation of our Snoopy Dog " a predominance of courage over timidity . . .’’ Our class was not one to be dismayed by vigorous adversaries. Nothing could have manifested more courage than the dedication of our skilled Cross Country stars, the determination of our football team instituted in each change a distinct challenge. To- gether we learned not only to accept change, but to demand it. which displayed the pride of ’69 as it made its way through the roadways of our town. We strove for imagination in the publication of our Netop, Teen Scene, and Alter Ego, and attained the essence of inventiveness in Peske Tuk ’69. which captured tremendous Booster Day and Turkey Day victories, and the astounding performances of our basketball players who earned recognition as the " Kardiac Kids.” ... a temper of the will and the appetite for adventure over the love of ease . . . We took pride in the accomplishments of our Junior Prize Speakers for they signified an ultimate fineness. As the final curtain concluded our Senior Play, we had once again demonstrated that success is attained through diligence, unity, and a yearning for achievement. In each of our endeavors we were bound by a desire to conquer mediocrity. We assumed each new task with greater earnestness being secure in the knowledge that in striving for excellence we could fulfill this desire. Constantly helping us to achieve our goals was our Class Advisor, Mr. Thomas Meehan. His con- tinuous efforts to arouse class unity and involvement inspired each of us to seek perfection in all of our undertakings. His presence was felt throughout T.F.H.S. as he served as faculty advisor for Student Council, National Honor Society, and Contemporary Affairs Club. His work extended far beyond regular school hours for he took a personal interest in his students and assisted many in planning for a reward- ing future. Mr. Meehan, a man of wit, wisdom, and ideals, will remain in our image as a true apostle of change. And now, enriched by a past which we have shared, we look ahead as individuals to unexplored horizons and will begin our search for Acropolis. " If we would look back at the lives we led, we know above all that we will judge ourselves by the hope and direction we have left behind.” 66 Jane Golonka ’69 Barry Palmer, President Sharon Lenois, Treasurer Gerald Welcome, Vice-Presi dent Jane Golonka, Historian Linda Ouellette, Secretary DAVID PAUL ADIE " Pope” likes non-violence and Bob Dylan. . .dislikes people who con- stantly look for " kicks” and never face life... says " Well, what can I say about that?”. . .Pope participated in Cross Country 2, 3, 4 (co-captain) ; Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; " T” Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2; Spanish Club 2; F.T.A. 4; Sophomore Social Skit Committee; Contemporary Affairs Club. STANLEY JOHN AKSAMIT " Stan” says, " That’s true” . . . dislikes stale school lunches and boring lectures . . . likes " A’s” and days when none of the football players wants to get taped. . .has participated in Alter Ego 2; Teen Scene 2, 3; Art Club 2; Chess Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; basketball manager 2, 3, 4; baseball manager 2, 3, 4; Student Court 4; Contemporary Affairs Club 4; Booster Day Float Committee 4; and " As Schools Match Wits” 4. PATRICIA MARIE ALLEN " Pat” likes walking in the rain and U.M. . . . dislikes having a locker in the lounge and snobby people. . .says " I don’t believe it”. . .has participated in Netop 3, 4 (News Editor 4); Teen Scene 3, 4 (Typing 4); Alter Ego 4, Yearbook; Contemporary Affairs Club; F.T.A. 4; Student Patrol 3; Chorus 3; Art Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 4; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Junior Prize Speaking usher; various decorating committees. RUTH ELIZABETH ALLIS " Ruthie” can be heard saying, " Oh! yeah!”. . .likes dark green balloons and a certain ’56 Ford., .detests Democrats and dead batteries. Her activi- ties include; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; and Vice-Pres- ident of Home Ec. Club. 68 JOAN MARIE ANTINARELLA " Joni” likes Roli and D’s parties . . . dislikes 63 Chevys and conceited people. . .Joni says " So don’t my mother!” Joni participated in Pep Club 3; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Art Club 4; Contemporary Affairs Club 4. SUSAN GAIL ASHLEY " Gigg” likes cheese, religion, music, and shy, intelligent, quiet, conserv- ative, strong-minded boys . . . dislikes hate, violence, disorder, fakes, and loud, inconsiderate people... she often says " obsopolinkinchicola” . . . has participated in Band 3; Chorus 3, 4; A Cappella Chorus 3; Netop 4; Year- book. KATHLEEN JEAN BAIRD " Kathy” dislikes the army and soft-boiled eggs... likes frappes and " Willy Bird”. . .says " Are you kidding?” Kathy’s activities included Spanish Club 2; Art Club 1,2; Theater Workshop 3; Cheering 1, 2, 3, 4; Netop 4; Yearbook (Managing Editor); Student Council 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Of- fice Girl 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Float Decorating Commit- tee; Chorus 2, 3; F.T.A. 3; Fumre Nurses of America 4; Volleyball 1; Basket- ball 1; Alter Ego; Teen Scene; Sophomore Social Skit; Junior Prize Speak- ing Usher. 69 LINDA MARIE ALEKSIEWICZ " Lin” likes GTO’s and Vermont in the fall. . .dislikes white socks and Volkswagons. . .says " Oh, yeah?”. . . has, participated in Spanish Club 1, 2; Girls Athletic Association 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Office girl 1; (Brattleboro Union High School, Brattleboro, Vt. ) Spanish Club 2, 3; Girls’ Athletic Association 2, 3; Softball 2; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Theater Workshop 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; A.C.T.I.O.N. GARY MICHAEL BANASH " Pancho” likes Glenn Campbell and assemblies . . . dislikes teachers who like to correct things and girls with a lot of make-up. . .Pancho says " Adios!”. . .he participated in Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom usher; Contemporary Affairs Club; F.T.A.; Smdent Patrol; Camera Club; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Junior Float Committee; re- cieved the Anthony (Cannon) Novak Award. GAIL MARY BASSETT " Gail” can be heard saying " Try again”, likes Corvettes and emotional people. . .dislikes people without a sense of humor and automatics. She was a member of the Chorus 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; French Club 3; Art Club 2, Alter Ego 2; Teen Scene 2, 3; Netop 2; Theatre Workshop 4 Contemporary Affairs; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2; Jr. Prom Decorating Committee, Sr. Decorating Committee and ushered at Jr. Prize Speaking and the Jr. Prom. PAMELA JEAN BASTARACHE " Pam” likes Vettes and mustaches . . . dislikes snow and phony people . . .says " Really?”. . .has participated in Cheering 1; Tumbling 1,2; Volley- ball 2; Basketball 3; Library Aid 1, 2; Contemporary Affairs Club; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Freshman Welcome Decorating Committee; Sophomore Social Decorating Committee; Softball 2. PAMELA ANN BARTLETT " Pam” says " What? Are you kidding me!”. . .likes cold winter nights by a warm fire and people with mustaches. . .dislikes " Fat Albert” and white socks. . .Pam has participated in Student Council 2, 3, 4; Executive Editor of Yearbook; Netop 4; Teen Scene 4; Alter Ego 4; Junior Prize Speaking Ush- er; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Contemporary Affairs Club; Theater Workshop 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 2, President 4); Civic Af- fairs Club 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; A Capella Chorus 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Stu- dent Patrol 3; Drum Majorette 2, 3, 4; Office Girl 4; Camera Club (Secre- tary 4); Junior Float Committee; Pep Club 3; Sophomore Social Skit; Win- ter Carnival Chairman 4. MARY ALICE BOCON _ " Mary” says " Oh, you guys! ”... likes the beach and rainy days . . . dis- likes phony people and hooies. . .Mary participated in French Club 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club; Contemporary Affairs Club; Ski Club 3; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Netop Typing Staff 4; Dicite Typing Staff 4; Twirling 2; Softball 2; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Office Girl 4; Future Nurses of America 4. WILLIAM JOSEPH BEAUREGARD " Little Willy” says " Oh come off it! ”... dislikes people with a bad sense of humor., .likes Volkswagens that sound like Chevies and Orange socks. . .has participated in Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Cross Coun- try 2, 3; T Club 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; and Contemporary Affairs Club. WINIFRED DIANA BLISS " Winnie” says " I don’t know!”. . .likes warm, rainy days and the good creamres of the Middle Earth. . .dislikes overly optimistic people and can- died ginger, .has participated in Netop 4; Teen Scene 2, 3, 4; Yearbook (Copy Editor); Alter Ego 4; and was an usher for Jr. Prize Speaking. PATRICIA JOAN BASTARACHE " Pat” likes . . . goatees and weekends . . . says " Hangups” . . . dislikes hyp- ocrites and the color red . . . has participated in Secretary of Contemporary Affairs Club; Chairman Senior Float Committee; Cheering 1; Art Club 2 Spanish Club 2; Camera Club 4; Librarian 2, 3; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Sophomore Social Decorating Committee 2 Basketball 1 j2; Tumbling 1, 2; A.C.T.I.O.N 4. DEBORAH ANN BONNETTE " Debbie” says " Gross me out!”., .dislikes glory-seekers and having a locker in the lounge. . .likes the beach and sports cars. . .has been aaive in French Club 1, 2, 3; Art Club 2, 3; Theater Workshop 3; Netop (Typing Editor); Yearbook (Managing Editor); Ski Club 3; Camera Clulj; Teen Scene 3, 4; Dicite (Co-Editor); Contemporary Affairs Club; F.T.A. 3, 4; Girls Athletic Association 3; Softball 2; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Junior Prize Speaking usher; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4. BARBARA JEAN BOURBEAU " Barb” says " Really?”. . .likes cooking, talking with friends and collect- ing stuffed animals . . . dislikes hypocrites, termpapers and covering books. JANE EILEEN BORKOWSKI " Squash” likes " Peaches” and her pink bathrobe. . .dislikes popcorn, nylons and acne ... Squash says " Don’t get cute! " ...has participated in Chorus 4; Art Club 1, 2; Contemporary Affairs Club; Smdent Patrol 3, 4; Float Commitee 3, 4; G.A.A. 4; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Freshman Welcome; Sopho- more Social and prom Decorating Committees; Theater Workshop 3; Soft- ball 1; Pep Club 3. CHERYL ANN BOULANGER " Cheryl’, likes strawberries and Steve McQueen. . .dislikes ironing clothes and dull weekends . . . says " Come on you kids! . participated in French Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 2; Twirling 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3; Theater Workshop 3; Sophomore Social Decorating Committee; Junior Prom Dec- orating Committee; Junior Prom Grand March Committee; Sophomore So- cial Skit; Sophomore Social usher; Usher for Freshman Welcome and Ju- nior Prom; Volleyball 1; Softball 3; Art Club 1, 2; Contemporary Affairs Club; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; F. ' T.A. 4; Ski Club 3; Alter Ego; Netop 4; Yearbook Staff; Office Girl 4; Booster Day Float Committee 3, 4; Magazine Drive Staff 1, 3. i EDWARD WILLIAM BOURBEAU " Beeb” likes all sports and slow dances . . . dislikes wise guys and home- work... says " You can’t have everything!”. . .has participated in Contem- porary Affairs Club; Chess Club; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Civic Affairs Club 3; Student Patrol 3; Football 2; T Club. GARY ALLEN BOURBEAU " Beebo” says " Oh yea.”. . .likes hunting and baseball. . .dislikes work and Fords ... Beebo participated in Baseball 3, 4; Student Patrol 3; Con- temporary Affairs Club. MARY LOU BRODERICK " Mary Lou” says " Oh come on! ”... dislikes spies and nosey Puritans ...likes white Mustangs and California. . .participated in Twirling 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3; Art Club; Contemporary Affairs Club; French Club 2; Pep Club 3 (Secretary 3); F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Smdent Patrol 3; Softball 1; Junior Float Committee; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Usher for Christmas Concert, Junior Prize Speaking, Junior Prom and Graduation. EDWARD JOSEPH BOURDEAU JR. " Buddy” likes weekends. . .dislikes boring classes. . .Buddy has partici- pated in Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 2; Spanish Club 2; Art Club 2; Contemporary Affairs Club; Ski Club 3, 4; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Pep Club 3; Booster Day Parade Committee 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; F.T.A. 4; Smdent Patrol 3, 4. 73 JEAN ANN BROWN " Jeannie” likes side lights and corvairs with a racing stripe. . .dislikes jibbies and Winchester. . .says " Seriously now!”., has participated in French Club 2; Spanish Club 3 (Secretary); Art Club 2, 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Student Patrol 3; Contemporary Affairs club; Pep Club 3; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Chorus 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Senior Float Committee. THEODORE THOMPSON BROWN " Tedd” says " What’s it to ya.” . . . likes honesty, integrity and individ- uality in a person. . .dislikes conceited people and small mindedness. . .has participated in Smdent Council 3; Smdent Patrol 4; Theater Workshop 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Camera Club; Junior Prom Decorating Commit- tee and usher; Magazine Drive Captain. ROBERT PAUL BRUNELLE " Bob” likes hunting, fishing and skiing. .. dislikes U.S. Flistory and Physics . . . says " Come off it.” . . . has participated in Ski Club; Contemporary Affairs Club. GERALD JOHN BURNHAM " Burnie” likes talking with people and travel . . . dislikes conservatives and put-ons. . .says " Keep the faith!”. . .has participated in Football 1; Con- temporary Affairs Club; Art Club 2, 4; Pep Club 3; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4. HTTP ROBERT ALFRED CADRAN, JR. " Buttnutt” says " You bet your booties’’ ... likes Donovan ... dislikes Hippies. . .Buttnutt participated in Football 1, 2, 3, 4, (Tri-Capt. 4); Basket- ball 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Student Patrol 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee, Sophomore Social Com- mittee, Art Club 1, 2; Civic Affairs Club 3; Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4 (Parliamentarian 4); Contemporary Affairs Club; Theatre Workshop. DIANE LEE CAMPBELL " Di " says " What’s the matter, are you mad? " . . . dislikes sad people and seeing the same movie twice. . .has been active in Band 1,2, 3, 4; (Sec- retary 4) Student Patrol 3; Chorus 4; Sophomore Social Skit; Ski Club 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Action Club 4; Senior Float Committee; A Capel- la Chorus 4; Theatre Workshop 4. DANIEL RAYCROFT CAMPBELL " Dan” likes Fords, hunting, and money. . .says " Oh, yeah” ... dislikes U.S. History essays, and dumb people. . .has been active in Student Patrol 3, 4; co-manager of the Student Lounge; Netop staff; Alter Ego; Contemporary Affairs Club; Theater Workshop; Camera Club; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Football 4. STEVEN ROBERT BURNS " Burnsie” says " Ah! Shut up! ”... dislikes staying home on weekends . . .likes Marion. . .has participated in Basketball 1; Football 1, 2, 4; Track 1, 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club (Vice-President;) Student Patrol 4; Lounge Supervisor; Theater Workshop 4; Junior Prom Usher. 75 pain. LOUCINDA ANN CARSON " Cindy” likes cars and cozy places ... dislikes school ... says " Oh the CAROL JEAN CHADWICK " Chad " says " I don’t know” ... likes beards and New Hampshire... dislikes white socks and phones ... participated in Spanish Club 2; Con- temporary Affairs Club; Art Club 4. PAUL MICHAEL CHAREST " Rett” says, " Ya know”. . .likes swimming hunting, and movies. . .dis- likes nothing. . .has participated in Contemporary Affairs Club. ANN MARIE CHAGNON " Ann’s” favorite saying is " Shut up; just shut up”. . .she likes having fun and hippies . . . dislikes being serious and jibbies . . . has been active in French Club 2; Art Club 2; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Camera Club 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; and Senior Float Committee 4. I ! GARY STEVENS COLLINS " Queet” says " Right?” ... likes Fords and lounge studies ... dislikes lunch period, sick jokes and weird people . . . Queet worked after school. CHRISTOPHER JAMES CONNELLY " Chris” says " That’s true!”. . .likes running and winter vacation. . .dis- likes minutia, frowns and loud people... has participated in Cross Coun- try 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain ;); Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4 (Parliamentarian 4); National Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Teen Scene 3, 4; Netop; Yearbook (Editorial Board); Smdent Council Newspaper (Co-Editor); Contemporary Affairs Club; Junior Prize Speaking; Sophomore Social Skit; Boy’s State Alternate; Model Congress Del- egate 3, 4; Alter Ego; T Club; " As Schools Match Wits” 4; Alter Ego Edi- tor 4. 77 PAUL THOMAS CLARK " Paul” likes good personalities and sports. . .dislikes " coolies,” poli- tics and zits. . .Paul has participated in Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Ski Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorating Com- mittee; Sophomore Social Skit; T Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Student Patrol MAURICE CLOUTIER " Moe” says " On you Boob” ... likes weekends and ’39 Plymouths... dislikes Fords. Si- MONA LEE CORLISS " Monk” says " Lets get moving — I can hardly wait! ”... likes cute boys, pizzas and grinders ... dislikes conceited people and snobbish people... Monk participated in the Art Club; Chorus; Contemporary Affairs Club; and G.A.A. BRADFORD CARL COUNCILMAN " Brad” likes most everything. . .dislikes what’s not included in the likes column ... says " Nobody’s perfect! ”... participated in French Club 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Chess Club 3. AUDREY LUCILLE CRAIG " Murph” likes up state New York and food . . . dislikes bitten finger- nails and people who are two-faced. . .Murph says " Ya big queer”. . .parti- cipated in Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2; Contemporary Affairs Club; Ju- nior Prom Decorating Committee; Art Club 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 3; Ski Club; Softball 1 ; Booster Day Float Committee, Pep Club. LINDA MAE CRONEN " Lin” says " sorry ’bout that” . . . likes the National Guard, and people who like good times ... dislikes crowded buses, and grouchy people. . .Lin has been active in Spanish Club 2; Student Patrol 3; Junior Prom Decora- ting Committee, and Office Girl 4, 78 GARY THOMAS DARGIS " Darge” says " When the going gets tough, the tough get going” . . . dislikes long dresses and History essays (with a passion) . . .likes Dylan mu- sic, sports, gjrls with long blonde hair, and the Air Force. . .has participated in Baseball 1, 2, 3 4; Cross Country 3, 4; " T” Club 3, 4; Contemporary Af- fairs Club; Basketball 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Netop Staff 4; Teen Scene Staff 4; Sophomore Social Skit; Booster Day Poster Committee. NANCY MARY CURRIE " Nancy” says " Cut it out”. . .dislikes elevators and white socks. . .likes green hills and teddy bears. . .has been active in Art Club 1, 2, 3; Ski Club; 3; Pep club 3 (Treasurer 3); Contemporary Affairs Club; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Student Patrol 3; Library Aid 3; Office Girl 4; Freshman Cheering; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Theatre Workshop 4; Booster Day Float Committee 3, 4; Softball 1; Junior Prom Derorating Committee and Usher; Sophomore Social Decora- ting and Skit Committee; and the Freshman Welcome Decorating and Skit Committee. ELAINE BARBARA DELPHA " Delf” says " Unreal” ... likes weekends and Marco Polo. . .dislikes natural curl y hair and broken windshields . . . Delf has participated in French Club 2, 3; Art Club 2; Chorus 2, 3; A Capella Chorus 2, 3; Contemporary Affairs Club; Float Committee 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorating, Usher, Chap- erone, Party, and Dinner Committees; Freshmen Welcome Decorating Com- mittee 4; Usher for Junior Prom and Freshmen Welcome; Junior Prize Speaking Ticket Committee. DEBORAH ANN DEMO " Debbie” says " Reach out”. . .likes parties and the beach at night. . . dislikes mushrooms and unfriendly people. . .has participated in Twirling 2, 3, 4; Fumre Nurses Club 4; Contemporary Affairs Club. 79 CYNTHIA ANN DEMPSEY " Cindy” says " Too bad”. . .likes a certain Airman First Class and green VW’s. . .dislikes phonies. . .has participated in Band 1, 2, 3, 4; (Vice-Presi- dent 4) Chorus 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; A Capella Chorus 2, 3, 4; All District Band 2; Theatre Workshop 4; Contemporary Affairs Club. DIANE MARTHA DESLAURIERS " Dizzy” says " Ya, you’re right” . . . likes No. 408 Imperials, and Friend- ly ice cream cones. . .dislikes working Sunday mornings and rain... has been active in Chorus 2, 3; French Club 2; Softball 1; Contemporary Af- fairs Club; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Senior Float Committee; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4. DAVID ALFRED DOBIAS " Dave says " You belong in school!”. . .Likes good people and Chevies that are bigger than his . . . dislikes nice people and cars that are smaller than his. . .Dave has participated in football 1, 3. LINDA ANN DOYLE " Linda” likes Arabian horses and working with them. . .dislikes Mon- day through Friday and loud people. . .Linda has participated in Chorus 2, 3; and Student Patrol 4. I ‘ 80 JOHN JOSEPH DUDA, JR. " Wet Back” . . . likes travel and Chevies . . . dislikes " grease” and Fords . . . says " makes a lot of sense . . . not to me.” TEANNINE MARIE DUBIE " Duke” likes waitressing and meeting new people. . .dislikes snobbish, concieted people and standard cars. . .says " I’m sorry about that!”. . .parti- cipated in Home Economics 1, 2; Volleyball 1. CAROL ANN DUBREUIL " Carol” likes lobster, to ta ' k and smffed animals. . .says " I don’t know!”. . .dislikes alarm c ' ocks and Mondays. . .has participated in Twirling 3, 4 (Captain 4); French Club 2, 3; Contemporary Affairs Club 4; Usher for Christmas Concert 3; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Commercial Club 4; Office Girl 4. DONNA MARIE EMOND Don says " It it Really! You’re kidding!”. . .likes waterskiing and swimming. .. dislikes homework and philosophizing. . .participated in French Club 1; Sophomore Duchess 2; Contemporary Affairs Club; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Office Girl 4; Stu- dent Patrol 3; Art Club 1; Chorus 3. LAWRENCE GORDON EAIRBROTHER " Duff” says " Come on!”. . .likes hanging around with the guys, sand lot sports ... dislikes two-faced people and doing nothing. . .Duff partici- pated in Student Patrol. JOHN JOSEPH FELTON " Jack” says that " he didn’t do it” . . . likes " The Doors” and Ernest Hemingway but dislikes Pseudo-intellectuals and non-objective ideals of societies . . . Throughout his four years of high school Jack has participated in Band 1, 2, 3; French Club 3; Contemporary Affairs Club; Ski Club 3, 4 (President 4); Smdent Patrol 3, 4; Lounge Supervisor 4. GARY ALLEN FISKE " Gary” says " hey-boo! ”... likes all-night parties . . . dislikes exams. Gary participated in Art Club 3; Spanish Club 3; T Club 1, 2; Cross Coun- try 2; Track 1, 2, 4; Pep Club 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Junior Float Decorating Committee; Freshman Welcome usher; Camera Club 4; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4. PAUL STEPHEN FISK " Paul” likes money and parties. . .dislikes school lunches and getting out at 2;30. . .Paul participated in Basketball 1; Cross Country 2; Baseball 1; Art Club 2;Spanish Club 2, 3; Contemporary Affairs Club; Sophomore So- cial Skit; Ski Club 3; Junior Float Committee. 82 CONSTANCE MARY FUGERE " Connie” says " huh?” ... likes S.S.A.’s and making people laugh... dislikes noisy eaters and people who don’t care and who won’t get involved . . .Connie participated in Basketball; Softball 1, 2, 3; Yearbook; Netop (Feamre Editor 3, 4); Teen Scene 1, 2, 3, 4; F. ' T.A. 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 2, Secretary 4); Girls Athletic Association 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Junior Prize Speaking (second place winner) ; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Theater Workshop 2, 3, 4; Smdent Patrol 3, 4 (Captain 3); Camera Club 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Alter Ego 4; French Club 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 3; Art Club 1, 2; Spanish Club (Vice-President 3); National Honor Society 4; Pumpkin Prom Decora- ting Committee 3, 4; Senior Float Decorating Committee. 83 JACQUELYN A. FRITZ " Jackie” says " Ya know, like”. . .likes fields and daisies and the Polar bears in the zoo ... dislikes " Lollipop Elections” and " Egotistical Nobodys” ...Jackie participated in Ski Club 3, 4 (Secretary 3); Chorus 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Chorus 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Netop 4; Yearbook; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Pep Club 3 (President 3); A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Contemporary Affairs Club (Program Committee); Camera Club 4; Freshman Welcome Committee 4; Usher for Graduation 3; Float Committee 3, 4; Junior Prom Usher and Decoration Committees 3; Pumpkin Prom 4; Art Club 1, 2; Of- fice Girl 4; Sophomore Social Skit Committee; Senior Play. ROBERT ROLLAND FRITZ " Tinker” likes photography. . .dislikes mathematics. . .says " You can be replaced”. . .Tinker participated in Art Club 3, 4; Camera Club 4; Band 3, 4; Theater Workshop 3, 4; Stage Manager 2, 3, 4; Class Photographer 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Booster Day Float Committee 4; Year- book Photographer; Lighting for Junior Prize Speaking 2, 3, 4; Lighting for the M.T.A. GERALD PAUL FOURNIER " Jason” likes Hampton Beach. . .dislikes the name of the Yearbook. . . Jason participated in Football 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Netop Staff 4; Yearbook Business Staff; Contemporary Affairs Constitution Committee; Chess Club 3. CHARLES JOSEPH GAIDA Charlie” says " You ' re queer.”. . .dislikes vivisectionists, pseudo-chris- tians and rainy weather. . .likes being different and the sun. . .Charlie has participated in Contemporary Affairs Club; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4. MARK FRANCIS GALVIS " Mark” says " Do I have to?”. . .likes Buffalo Springfield and Spanish I... dislikes sprints and snow... Mark participated in Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Tri-captain 4); Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Usher; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Student Patrol; Student Council Newspaper. PAULA JEAN GAMACHE KUZONTKOSKI " Squashy” likes “Kenny” and " 69 vets” . . . dislikes school and mini skirts. . .says “Paula wants one!” DENNIS PAUL GARBIEL " Speed” says " On you boo” . . . likes pool and weekends . . . dislikes bor- ing people and intellectual know-it-alls. . .has participated in Contemporary Affairs Club (Treasurer); Spanish Club 3; Art Club 3; Pep Club 3; Civic Affairs Club 4; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Track 2, 4; Cross Country 2; Student Patrol •3; Freshman Welcome Usher 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Booster Day Float Committee 3, 4; Freshman Welcome Decorating Commit- tee 3, 4. 84 Sim KATHLEEN ELIZABETH GARRAND " Kathy” likes walking in the rain and cars with a standard shift. . .dis- likes wet loafers and long winded conversations . . . Kathy says " Are you serious?”., .has participated in Ski Club 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4 (Librarian 4); A Capella Chorus 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Art Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; Spanish Club (Treasurer 4) 3; Student Patrol 3, 4; Theatre Workshop 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Future Teachers of America 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Netop 4; Teen Scene 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Alter Ego 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Usher Class Day and Gradua- tion 3; Junior Prize Speaking; Office Girl 4; Booster Day Float Committee 3, 4; Camera Club. TIMOTHY PAUL GARRAND " The Kid” likes bold new concepts and the public spotlight. . .dislikes the " nitty gritty " of small details and stab ' e people. . .says " You know what they say about...” has participated in Yearbook (Editor in Chief); Vice President of Student Council; Cross Country 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4 (President 3) ; Teen Scene 3, 4; Art Club 2; Netop 3, 4 (Sports Ed- itor 3); Ski Club 3, 4; Junior Prize Speaking; Model Congress Delegate 3, 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; " As Schools Match Wits”; Camera Club; Contemporary Affairs Club; F.T.A. 4; Editor on the Student Council News- paper; Theater Workshop; Usher for Senior Graduation; Junior Prom Din- ner Committee; Usher for Class Day. ROBERT MICHAEL GILLON " Bob” never seems to worry about much as he usually says " I don’t care” . . . likes sports, girls, and cold nights, but conversely dislikes girls and warm nights. . .Transferring from Port ' and. Conn. High School in his Senior year he was very active on the Netop and Yearbook Staffs and F.T.A., Con- temporary Affairs Club, A.C.T.I.O.N., Cross Country, Track, Band, and also was a Conn. Boy’s State Delegate. BRENDA JOYCE GAY " Bwena” likes Phi Sigma Delta parties and music. . .dislikes meat that is not well done and rain. . .has participated in Chorus 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; French Club 1, 2; Contemporary Af- fairs Club; A Capella Chorus 3, 4; A.C.T.I.O.N. MARY V. GIRARD Sissy says What do you think I am, a knee slapping pig?”. . .likes parties and good times and fast cars but not fast boys . . . dislikes people that put on airs . . . Sissy transfered to Turners from Wachusetts Regional High School in her senior year. PATRICIA JULIA GOLOMBESKI " Pat” says " Are you kidding?”. . .dislikes lonley nights and school. . . likes Sonny and North Hadley . . . has participated in basketball 1 ; Art Club 2; Pep club 3; and office girl 4. JANE ELIZABETH GOLONKA " Janie” likes shaggy dogs and faraway places . . . dislikes nonchalance and 4 A.M. . . .says " What’s your problem?”. . .activities include Class His- torian 2, 3, 4; Cheering 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain 3); National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 4; Student Patrol 3, 4; Junior Prize Soeaking (third place); Yearbook; Netop 4; Teen Scene 3, 4; Alter Ego 4; Student Council Newspaper 4; Office Girl 4; Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4 (Historian 3, 4) French Club 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3); Spanish Club 3; Theatre Work- shop 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; A Capella Chorus 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Camera Club; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Girl’s Soft- ball 1; Program Chairman for Junior Prom; Decorating Committee for Junior Prom; Foster Day Float Committee 3, 4; Sophomore Skit and Decora- ting Committees; Freshman Welcome Committee; Usher for Graduation and Class Day 3. MARIE ANNE GRAVELLE " Wee-Wee” says " Oh God” . . . dislikes Connecticut and parties without fun. . .likes one favorite guy and tickling backs. . .participated in Ski Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Manager of the softball team; Float Com- mittee 3, 4; Chorus 3; Library aid 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Contemporary Af- fairs Club; Theater Workshop 3; Sophomore Social Decorating Committee; Junior Prom usher and Decorating committees; Freshman Decorating Com- mittee. PAUL EMIL GRAVELLE " Emo” likes to see an underclassman with terror in his eyes, and to have a good time on the weekends . . . says " It’s possible, but not probable.” . . .dislikes to lose in cards. . .has been active in the Decorating Committee for Freshman Welcome; Football 1; Chess Club 3; Ski Club 3, 4; French Club 2; Pep Club 3; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Decorating for Junior Prom; Boc ster Day Float Committee 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Theatre Workshop 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3. VERNE EUGENE HALLADAY, JR. " Snootch” says . . . " Hi Jusspigger” . . . likes sports and balloons . . . dis- likes conceited people and geometry. . .has participated in Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Track 3, 4; Civic Affairs Club; Contemporary Affairs Club; T-Club; Student Patrol; Theatre Workshop, Junior Prom Decorating Com- mittee; and A.C.T.I.O.N. 4. PAMELA HARDY MICHAEL JAMES GUSAN " Mike” likes cars that go and money. . .dislikes cold hot dogs in hot lunches. . .says " What way now, right or left?”. . .participated in the Con- temporary Affairs Club. " Pam” likes mint chocolate chip ice cream and smffed animals . . . dis- likes showoffs and horror movies . . . says " Oh my gid” . . . has participated in French Club 2, 3, 4, (Treasurer 4); Future Teachers of America 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Office Girl 3, 4; Netop 4; Yearbook; Contemporary Affairs Club; Teen Scene 4; Camera Club; Smdent Patrol 3; Student Court 4 (Judge); Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Girls State Delegate; Ticket Seller at Football Games 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3; Alter Ego. 87 PHYT.LTS HMTELESKT " Phyl” says " I don’t care”. . .likes water skiing and the beach. . .dislikes conceited people and standard cars. . .Phyl participated in Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Contemporary Affairs Club 4. ELT.EN TEAN HASKINS " Ellen” likes Terrance Stamp and Cape Cod. . .dislikes winter and diz- zy jokes . . . says " You’re a real bargain” . . . has participated in Pep Club; Junior and Senior Float Committee; Netop Staff; Yearbook Staff; Contemp- orary Affairs Club; A.C.T.I.O.N.; Junior Prom Decorating Committee and Usher for Senior Graduation. TEEFREY ALLEN HEATH " Jeff” says " Uh huh”. . .likes to be with people and have a lot of fun . . . dislikes prejudiced people and crabby women . . . has participated in Foot- ball 2, 3, 4; Basketba ' l 1, 2, 3. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Student Patrol 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 2. 3, 4; (President 4); Junior Prom Refreshment Committee; T Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Con- temporary Affairs Club; Skit Committee for Sophomore Social. DOUGLAS BRYANT ISLES " Mouse” says " Let’s go, huh?”. . .likes Chevies and the beach. . .dislikes underclassmen and the color green. . .Mouse participated in Cross Country l,-2; Track 1, 2; Student Patrol 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club. MARY LINDA JABLONSKI " Mary” says " JHey!”. . .likes to travel and to read good books. . .dis- likes hypocrisy and monotony. . .has participated in French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Netop; Yearbook. PETER MICHAEL JACOB " Pete” says " Come off it”. . .likes money. . .dislikes school and teachers . . .Pete worked after school. TIMOTHY CHARLES JANOS " Tim” likes sports and fast cars . . . dislikes Fords. DEBORAH ANN JOHNSON " Debbie” likes the " Trial Balloons” and Dave. . .dislikes conceited people. . .says " Oh ya”. . .participated in the Art Club 1. DAVID VINCENT KELLY " Dave” says " Well, that’s the way things go I guess”. . .dislikes dogged- out Fords and boring classes . . . likes Chevies and vacations . . . has partici- pated in Track 2, 4; and Camera Club 4. KATHRYN ELAINE JONES " Kitty” likes volleyball and freehand drawing. . .dislikes homework. . . says " Hello-Hi”.. .has participated in Art Club 3, 4; Volleyball 4; Home Economics Club 4. SUZANNE ELAINE JOHNSON " Sue” says " That’s life!”. . .dislikes short phone calls and History essays . . .likes fried clams and tailored clothes. . .has participated in Band 1, 2, 3; Chorus 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; French Club 2, 3; Future Nurses Club 4 (President); Contemporary Affairs Club and Float Commit- tee 3. PATRICIA MARGARITE KING " Pat” likes her last year of school, travel and people. . .dislikes school work of any kind... likes to say " I don’t know”... Pat has been in Art Club 2, 3; Contemporary Affairs. JANICE ANN KOPEC " Jan” says " How ’bout that”. . .likes thunderstorms and sour apples. . . dislikes driving cars with standard shift. . . active in Chorus 2, 3, ; A Capel- la Chorus 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; Spanish Club 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Contempor- ary Affairs Club; Usher for Junior Prize Speaking, Class Day, and Gradua- tion; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Student Patrol 3; Office Girl 4; Theater Workshop 4; Art Club 3; Junior Prom Invitation Committee; Netop 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4. MARCIA ANN KLAUS " Marcia” likes pizzas and grinders. . .dislikes lima beans and surprise quizzes. . .says " Come off it”. . .Marcia has participated in Band 1, 2, 3 (Li- brarian 2, 3); Spanish Club 3; French Club 2; Theater Workshop 3, 4; Netop 4; Future Teachers of America 3; Girls Ath ' etic Association 3, 4; Future Nurses of America 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Softball 3; Pump- kin Prom Decorating Committee; Swingers 3; and " Pink and Patches” RAYMOND FRANCIS KUCZEK " Kooz” says " What’s the scoop?”. . .likes long quiet walks at night and unpretentious people. . .dislikes girls’ knee socks and pretentious people. . . has participated in Student Patrol 3, 4; Civic Affairs Club 3, 4; Contempor- ary Affairs Club; Teen Scene 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Sports Editor of Netop. ALAN EDWIN KURKULONIS " Alan” says " What’s the story”. . .likes Senior parties and New York Trips. . .dislikes Millers and boring English classes. . .Alan has contributed much to his class in Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Camera Club 4; Con- temporary Affairs Club; Chess Club 3; Football 1; Track 2, 4; A.C.T.I.O.N.; Student Patrol 4; Spanish Club 3; Junior Prom Usher; Freshmen Welcome, Sophomore Social and Junior Prom Committees; and Float Decorating Com- mittee 3, 4. 91 DONNA LYNN KUZMESKUS " Kuzie” says " Are you kidding me?”., .likes weekends in Sunderland and Mr. Meehan’s podium. . .dislikes smck up people, " 57” Chevies. . .Ku- zie participated in Art Club 1, 2, 3; Decorating Committee for Sopohomore Social; Freshman Basketball; Spanish Club. MICHAET EDWARD KUZONTKOSKI " Kuz” likes Bucky, R. J. and the P.T.A. . . . dislikes boring weekends and ignorant people. . .has participated in Art Club; Spanish Club I; Con- temporary Affairs Club. DTANE MARIE LANKOWSKI " Lanky” says " Oh yea!”. . .likes lobster, and pineapple tid bits, and having a good time ... dislikes prejudiced people and homework. . .Lanky participated in French Club 1, 2; Art Club 2, 4; F.T.A.; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Chorus 3, 4; Office girl; Secretary to Mr. Capen; Netop Typing Staff; Teen Scene; Junior Prom Decorating Committee. KATHLEEN ANN LAPOINTE " Kathy” says " Really?” ... likes lobster and summer. . .dislikes home- work and school skippers. . .has participated in Volleyball 1; Color Guard 1, 2; Library Aide 1, 2; and has also worked after school. 92 MARY LYNN LEDOUX " Mary Lynn” likes guitars and pizzas . . . dislikes gossipers and Spinach ...says " Say that again — no don’t say that again”... has participated in Art Club 4; Home Economics Club 4. MARIE ELATN LEMOINE " Chipper” says " So what! I don’t care!”. . .likes to sleep and the Shady Glenn. . .dislikes crewcuts and white socks. Chipper participated in Art Club 1; Spanish Club 1; Pep Club 3; Chorus 3; Sophomore Social Committee; Booster Day Float Committee 3, 4; Junior Prom; Freshman Welcome skit and usher; Ski Club 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs 4; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4. MARY JANE LETOURNEAU " Mary” says " C’ess la veea”, likes languages and fromage, dislikes people who crack their knuckles and eating, has contributed much to her class in Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; A Capella Chorus 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3, Vice President 4); National Honor Society 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Camera Club; Fumre Teachers of America 3, 4; Smdent Patrol 3; Theatre Workshop 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Teen Scene 2, 3, 4; Netop 3; 4; Yearbook; Alter Ego 4; Junior Prom Decorating Commit- tee; Usher for Class Day and Graduation 3; Booster Day Float Committee 3; Treasurer National Honor Society 4. SHARON SUE LENOIS " Bucky” says " I’m so embarrassed” . . . likes a stuffed bunny rabbit and driveways. . .dislikes boys who are late for dates and cold, lonely nights. . . participated in Cheering 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Junior Prize Speaking 3; Ski Club 3; Contemporary Affairs Club 4; Decorating Committee for Sophomore Social, Junior Prom, Booster Day Float 3, 4; Art Club 2; A.C.T.I.O.N.; Chorus 3; Room Leader for Magazine Drive 3; " Woman Must Weep”. MICHAEL FRANK LEWANDOWSKI " Cooner " says " A-yup” . . . likes parties and flicks . . . dislikes ignorant people and boring English class. . .has paricipated in Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Tri- Captain 4); Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Track 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Art Club 2, 4. JANE ELLEN MADDERN " Jane” says " So! ”... likes rainy days and Boston ... dislikes wearing shoes and eggplant. . .has participated in French Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Student Patrol 3; Cam- era Club; Art Club 1; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Float Committee 3, 4; Usher for Sophomore Social, Junior Prom and Graduation. DONNA DOROTHY MARKOL " Dawn” says " Eh! That’s life!”. . .likes brisk sunny weather and loads of friends . . . dislikes crowds and hypocrites . . . has participated in Student Patrol 3; Spanish Club 2; Smdent Council 3, 4; Camera Club; Contemporary Affairs Club; Chorus 3, 4; Office girl 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Yearbook (Editorial Board); Teen Scene; Alter Ego; Netop; Chairman of Pumpkin Prom Decorating Committee; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Civic Affairs 3, 4 (Secretary 3, President 4). MARIANNE MARTIN " Marianne” says " Are you kidding!”. . likes fun parties and VW’s... dislikes conceited people and people with fake personalities . . . has partici- pated in Spanish Club 1; Chorus 2; Sophomore Social Skit; Cheering 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4); Head Usher for Graduation 3; Usher for Junior Prom; Netop Typing Staff; Secretary to Mr. Avery; Ski Club 3, 4; Theater Work- shop 3; Contemporary Affairs Club; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Invitations, Refresh- ments and Decoration Committees for Junior Prom; Float Committee 3, 4; Camera Club. 94 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. BLANCHE OVILINA NAPIKOSKI " Nappi” likes lobster and people. . .dislikes fakes and Pontiacs. . .says " What?”. . .has participated in Art Club 2; French Club 1; Contemporary Affairs Club; Future Nurses Club 4 ; Student Patrol 4. MARCIA IRENE NOGA " Marsh” says " Fool! ya know! ”... likes music, getting letters ... dis- likes wet towels after taking bath, sneaky people . . . Marsh participated in Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Civic Affairs Club 3, 4; Usher for Junior Prize Speak- ing, Theater Workshop 4, Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Student Pa- trol 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Yearbook, Netop, Teen Scene, Al- ter Ego. DAVID ALLEN NORWOOD " Dave” says " Nice”. . .likes food. . .dislikes homework. . .Dave partici- pated in Football 1. JOSEPH HENRY NOVAK " Joey” says " I don’t know.” ... likes fast cars and parties ... dislikes boring weekends, school and baggy pants . . . Joey participated in Contempor- ary Affairs Club; Junior Prom Usher; Basketball 1; Pep Club 3; Track 4; Booster Day Float Committee 3, 4; Sophomore Social Skit 2. 97 CECILE JEAN OBERG ' ' Ceal” says " Cut it out, Steve! ”... likes little blue Corvairs and French fries. . .dislikes gym and dirty band rooms. . .Ceal has participated in Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Student Patrol 3; Art Club 2; Chorus 4. JOANNE ALICE OSOWSKI " Jo” says " Hey wow! ”... likes snowflakes and the sound of rain . . . dis- likes glasses and crabby people. . .Joanne participated in the Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (president 3, 4); Art Editor of Yearbook; Future Teachers of Ameri- ca 2, 3, 4; President of Camera Club; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Smdent Patrol 3; Civics Affairs Club 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Netop 4; Alter Ego 4; Teenscene 4; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Office Girl 4; Booster Day Float Committee 3, 4 (Co-Chairman 4); Prom Decoration Committee (Co-Chairman 3;); Designed cover of Prom Program 3; Theater Workshop 4; and Alternate for Girls State Congress. LINDA JEAN OUELLETTE " Lynn” says, " Hey are you kidding”. . .likes spaghetti and snow. . .dis- likes spiders. . .has participated in Cheering 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Class Secretary 3, 4; Chorus 2, 4; Art Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; French Club 3, 4; Action Club 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Netop; Teen Scene; Booster Day Princess 3; Decorated for Freshman Welcome; Sophomore Social, Ju- nior Prom; Invitation Chairman for Junior Prom. BARRY JAMES PALMER " Barry” likes over-involved people and likes to take part in controver- sial discussions . . . Barry’s hang-ups are conservative school committees and cafeteria staffs. . .Says, " What can I say?”. . .Barry actively participated in numerous activities . . . Senior Class President; Sophomore and Junior Class Vice-President; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Massachusets Boy’s State Delegate; Year- book Staff, Teen Scene 3, 4; Student Lounge Supervisor 3, 4; Booster Day Ticket Drive Chairman 4; Student Council Newspaper Staff 4; Junior Prize Speaking Business Manager; Junior Prom Co-Chairman; Contemporary Af- fairs Club; American Legion Oratorical Contest 3; Spanish Club 2, 4; Sopho- more Social Committee Co-Chairman; Float Decorating Committee 3: Chess Club 3. 98 JANE ANN PETRIN " Jane” says, " What an ace!”. . .dislikes nervous people and mob scenes . . .likes the beach and " Rhythm of the Rain”. . .has participated in French Club 2; Camera Club 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Teen Scene 2, 3, 4 (Editor); Alter Ego 2, 4; Netop 4; Yearbook (Editorial Board); National Honor Society 3, 4; " Schools Match Wits” 4 Booster Day Float Committee 3; Usher for Graduation and Class Day. ROBERT EARL PERVERE " Bob " likes fishing and hunting. .. dislikes U.S. History and English . . .says, " What’s in it for me?”. . .has participated in the Contemporary Af- fairs Club. BARBARA ANN PESKOR " Barb” says, " Oh, I ' m sure!”. . .dislikes freckles and being embarrassed . . . likes blue eyes and bell bottoms . . . has participated in Band 1 ; Art Club 2; French Club 2, 3; Booster Day Float Committee 3; Teen Scene 3, 4; Netop 4 (Associate Editor); Yearbook, (Editorial Board); Alter Ego 4; Contemporary Affairs Club 4; Camera Club 4; and National Honor Society 3. 4. ROLAND FRANCIS PARENTEAU " Rollie” says, " I just got a haircut,” ... likes old English clothes and drums. . .dislikes haircuts. . .has participated in Baseball 1, 2; Cross Country 3; Golf 3, 4; Camera Club; Yearbook Staff; Contemporary Affairs Club; Netop 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee and Usher; Alter Ego 4; and Teen Scene 4. 99 JANET ANN PIECUCH " Jan” says " Are you kidding me?”. . .likes L.T.G. and 4th period study . . .dislikes people who are always late and army green. . .Jan participated in Spanish Club 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Teen Scene 3; Alter Ego 2; Contemporary Affairs Club; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Of- fice girl 4; Typist to Mr. Avery. FRANK JOSEPH PRASOL " Little Bender” says, " You dummy! ”... likes to have an exciting weekend and winning at cards . . . dislikes boring weekends and to lose play- ing pool . . . Little Bender participated in Contemporary Affairs Club; Foot- ball 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Lounge Supervisors 4. PETER FRANCIS FOWLING " Pete” says, " You beebus” . . . likes football and drags . . . dislikes being told what to do and parties. . .has participated in Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Ski Club; Art Club; Smdent Lounge Supervisor; T-Club; Student Patrol; Spanish Club; Junior Prom Decorating Committee. WAYNE EDWARD PLEASANT " Wayne” says " Wowil” Wayne transfered from Mt. Hermon to Turn- ers Falls High School in the middle of his senior year. 100 LYNDA PRATT " Sissy” says, " That’s life” . . . likes music and cars . . . dislikes old fogies ... participated in Chorus 3, 4. CHERYL FRANCES PTAK " Cher” likes sewing and cooking . . . dislikes term papers and book reports ... says, " Oh, you gotta be kidding! ”... has participated in Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2. THERESA MARY PUHALA " Tootie” likes G.C.C. night classes and college guys . . . dislikes U.S. History essays and short weekends. . .says, " You wanna take my Sm- dent Patrol post next period?” .. .participated actively in, Smdent Patrol 3, 4; National Honor Society Vice President 4); Teen Scene 2, 3, 4; As- sociate Editor of Netop; Editorial Board of Yearbook; Art Club 2; French Club 2, 3; Contemporary Affairs Club; Camera Club 4; Float Decorating Committees 3, 4; Action Club 4; As Schools Match Wits 4;. Alter Ego Staff 4; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation. RICHARD ALAN REGAN " Rick” says, " Oh yea?” ... dislik es most Fords and boring classes... likes Senior parties and hot cars. . .has been active in Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 2; Art Club 3; Ski Club 4; Smdent Patrol 3; Junior Prom Usher; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Booster Day Parade Com- mittee; and Freshman Welcome Decorating Committee. JOHN ALAN REIL " John” lijces parties down the camp and trips to New York... dis- likes dull weekends ... says, " The heck with it! " ...John participated in Contemporary Affairs Club. SANDRA ROSE REWA " Sandy” likes " Shadow” and stuffed animals . . . dislikes people talking behind her back and History " quickies” ... says, " Okay!” participated in Art Club 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; Contemporary Affairs Club; Camera Club; Netop 4; Secretary to Mr. Bourdeau 2, 3; Secretary to Mr. Cournoyer 4; Chorus 4; Office Girl 4; Smdent Patrol 3, 4. CHRISTINE ANN RICHOTTE " Chris” says " Really, it’s the truth! ”... likes Tedd Brown’s discussions and people. . .dislikes changing around with nothing to do, and staying home. . .Chris was active in Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (capt. 4); Volleyball 3, 4 (capt.); Contemporary Affairs Club; Ski Club 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4 (class representative 4); Art Club 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Booster Day Float Committee 3, 4; A.C.T.I.O.N 4. KEITH ROVNER " Keith” says, " C’est la guerre”. .. likes blintzes and sour cream... dislikes skinny people and jello. . .has participated in Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dis- trict Band 2, 3; All State Band 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Acapella Chorus 2, 3, 4; District Chorus 4; All State Chorus 4; Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); French Club 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Contemporary Affairs Club; Teen Scene; Yearbook (Executive Editor); Netop; Alter Ego; Smdent Council 4; ’Theater Workshop 3, 4; Junior Prize Speaking (1st Prize) and Junior Prom Co-Chairman; Camera Club 4, treasurer. 102 HUGH HENRY SEARS " Punk” says " But you can’t sew a button on a heart”. . .likes 1880-1936 and Dusenbergs ... dislikes 1937 ad infinitum and Fords after 1934... has participated in Theatre Workshop 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Civic Affairs Club 3. ROBERT STANLEY SEMASKI " Bobby” likes G.T.O.’s and parties . . . dislikes work and big Pontiacs . . . Bobby participated in the Art Club; Contemporary Affairs Club; be- cause of part-time work and injuries Bobby was unable to complete 3 years of football. EDWARD JOSEPH SEREDJKO, JR. " Ed” likes " Wine, women and song” and good parties. . .dislikes snobby people and smart students who know it all. . .says, " Oh, Brother!” . . .has participated in Football 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Treasurer of Ski Club 4; Usher for Junior Prom; Freshman Welcome Usher; Camera Club 4; Chess Club 3; Art Club 1, 2; Pep Club 3; Action Club 4; Civic Affairs Club 4; Float Decorating Committees 3, 4; and various other decorating committees. CORNELIA FRANCIS SHEA " Neal” says, " Shoot, Baby” ... likes " T” and " 44” ... dislikes in- sincerity and boys who wear white socks. . .participated in Spanish Club 2; Pep Club 3; Art Club 2, 3; Decorating Committee for the Junior Prom and Contemporary Affairs Club 4. 103 DIANNE GAIL SICARD " Dianne” says, " Ya know?” ... likes to talk, " Hamburg specials”... dislikes getting stuck in sandpits on rainy nights . . . Dianne participated in Cheerleading 1; Volleyball, Sophomore Social Decorating Committee; Sophomore Social Skit; Chorus 2, 4; Art Club 1; Ski Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee, Action Club 4; Contemporary Affairs Club, Girls Athletic Association; Junior and Senior Float Committee; Spanish Club 2. THEODORE GLEN SKRYPEK " Ted” likes hunting and skiing. .. dislikes History. . .says, " What do you think about ...” has participated in Cross Country 1 ; Art Club 3; Contemporary Affairs Club; T Club. RAYMOND PETER SOKOLOSKI " Socko” says, " Heyyyyyyy! !!!”... likes gym and Friday nights ... dis- likes short hair and disciplinary study ... Socko participated in Track for 2 years. STEVEN JOHN SPRING " Barney” likes girls and cars. . .dislikes school and cars that break- lown...says, " I don’t care”... has participated in Contemporary Affairs Dlub. CHARLES MICHAEL ST. GERMAIN " Saintch " says, " Picky-Picky-Picky” . . . likes skiing and BSA motor- cycles . . . dislikes school lunches and boring English Classes . . . Saintch participated in Ski Club 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Student Patrol 4; Band 1, 2; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Senior Float Committee. GEORGE ALLEN STONE " Stoney” says, " What! I can hear you!”. . .likes parties and skiing. . . dislikes dull weekend and going to the third floor . . . Stoney was active in Art Club and Contemporary Affairs Club. DEIRDRE ANNE STRANGE " DeeDee” says, " Ya, I guess! ”... likes Warren and to travel ... dis- likes people who think they know everything. .. DeeDee participated in Colorguard . . . DeeDee worked after school. JANET LOUISE STRYSKO “Jan” says, " What is this really?”. . .likes people, prophet and song. . , dislikes crowds and selfishness and has participated in Chorus 2, 3; Aca- pella Chorus 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; French Club 3, 4; Theatre Work- shop 3, 4; Camera Club 4; Contemporary Affairs Club 4; Teen Scene 4; Netop 4; Yearbook 4; Alter Ego 4; Junior Prom decorating committee 3; Future Teachers of America 4; Pep Club 3; Action 4; Art Club, vice presi- dent 4. 105 VALERIE LYNNE SUPERNAW " Val” says, " Oh my God!” ... likes to meet people and loves to talk ...dislikes homework and two-faced people. . .Val transferred to Turners in her Junior year from Mohawk. CHRISTIE ANN SWEENEY " Chris” says, " Hi! . . . Kiyudd” . . . dislikes mild winters and N.Y., Park- ing lots . . . likes Skiing, bell bottoms, and Janis Joplin and Jags . . . has par- ticipated in Smdent Council 4; Student Council Representative Western Mass. Conference; Student Council Newspaper Staff 4; Student Patrol 3; Netop 3, 4; Teen Scene 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Acapella Chorus 4; Junior Prize Speaking; F.T.A. 4; Ski Club 3 (Vice President) 4; Theatre Work- shop 3, 4; " Women Must Weep”; French Club 1, 2 ,3, 4; Contemporary Affairs 4; Junior and Senior Float Committee; Junior Prom decorating committee; Junior Prom Usher; Cheering 1, 2 (co-captain) 2, 3. VERONICA JEAN TATRO " Ron” says, " Where do we go tonight?” ... dislikes yellow 1965 Chevies with bucket seats and bossy people ... likes dark blue 1968 Cor- vettes and horses . . . has participated in softball. WANDA JEAN TAYLOR " Wanda” says, " I’m sure” . . . and likes Denny and out-door movies, dislikes cars that stall. . .she was co-captain of the Color Guard. but 106 V GAIL LOUISE TERLIKOSKI " Gail” says, " Ya can’t win ’em all.”. . .likes pizza and German shep- herds ... dislikes conceited people and Friday. . .participated in French Club 3; Camera Club; Contemporary Affairs Club; Civic Affairs Club; Secretary 3 and Vice President 4; Netop; News Editor 3 and Editor-in-Chief 4; Yearbook; Teen Scene 4; Office Girl; Art Club 3; Chorus 4; Theatre Workshop 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Junior Prom Usher and Chaperone Committee; Junior Float Committee. PHYLLIS ANN TETREAULT " Petie” says, " Oh nooooooo! ”... likes a particular guy from Green- field, pickles and Italian food. . .dislikes hot dogs and beans and snobby people. . .participated in Action ; Twirling 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club, and Art Club. RUDOLF FRANK URGIEL " Rudy” says, " What’s new?” ... dislikes baggy pants and History Es- says... likes hunting, fishing, and skiing... has participated in Baseball 1; Student Patrol 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Chess Club 3; Contemporary Affairs. BARBARA JOYCE VIVIER " Barb” says " What did you say, you son of a gun ' ” . . . likes horseback riding and Oldsmobiles but also . . . dislikes Fords that don’t start and people who don’t know what they want. . .has participated actively in the Bahd since her Sophomore year. ROLAND FRANC VOUDREN " Roli” says " I’ll give you an hour to stop, then I’m gonna whisper for help. " . . . likes Joni and Plymouths . . . dislikes green oranges and bis- cuits . . . Roli participated in Contemporary Affairs. LINDA LEE WAIDLICH " Lazer” says " Can you see it " ’ . . . dislikes the misuse of the word " TUFF” and people who dislike the tuff guys . . . likes the mff guys and Steve McQueen . . . Lazer has participated in Art Club for 3 years; Ski Club; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; French Club 1, 2; Netop News Staff; Yearbook Photo Essay Committee; Alter Ego (Assistant Editor). JAMES PETER WAITKUS " Wake eye” likes tall brunettes with long hair ... dislikes girls with short hair... Wake eye participated in Track; Football 4; Contemporary Affairs Club (President); Ski Club. DENISE ANN WALDRON " Deni” says " Are you kidding. ”. .. likes weekends and girls’ base- ments at lunch . . . dislikes stuck up people and school . . . Deni participated in Volleyball; Basketball; Chorus 4; library aid 2, 3. 108 I I I i MARTHA ANN WALKER " Marty” likes sleeping and weekends. .. dislikes slow people and boring classes ... says " You’re kidding, I don’t believe it! ”... participated in Spanish Club 2; Att Club 2; Student Patrol 3; Contemporary Affairs Club; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; G.A.A. 4; Booster Day Float Committee 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorating ommittee; Softball 2; Pep Club 3. ROBERT ERANCIS WARYAS " Lurch” says " Sorry about that.” ... likes sleep and Mustangs ... dis- likes getting up early. . .has participated in Chess Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 2; Baseball 3, 4; Cross Country 4. KATHLEEN MARGRETE WASIELEWSKI " Waz” says " Don’t be childish!”. . .likes bowling and green colors. . . dislikes gettting up early in the morning and anti-Charlie Brown people. . . has participated in Student Patrol 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Theatre Workshop. JUDITH ANNE WASILESKI ’Tudy” says " Sugar Plum” ... dislikes homework ... likes reading and baking... has participated in French Club 1; Art Club 2; Student Patrol; Netop; Contemporary Affairs Club; and Future Nurses of America. KAREN JEAN WAYNELOVICH " Kay” says " Rats” ... likes Old Spice and pizza. .. dislikes hypocrites and crabby people. . .has participated in Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Eco- nomics Club 4. SANDRA MARIE WASELESKI " Sandi” says " Ya don’t say?” ... likes merry-go-rounds and stuffed animals. . .dislikes flat tires and cold feet... has participated in Art Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club; Home Economics Club (Secretary). GERALD F. WELCOME " Jerry” says " Yaaaaah!” likes zoos and solitude., .dislikes hippies and grapefruit. . .Jerry participated in Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Student Council 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3); Student Patrol 3, 4 (Captain 3, 4); Contemporary Affairs Club; Magazine Drive Staff 2, 3, 4; T Club 2, 3, 4; Class President 1, 2, 3; Class Vice-President 4; French Club 4; Model Congress 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee Chairman; Sophomore Social Committee Chairman. KATHRYN JOAN WEBBER " Kathi” says " Huh? Are you kidding?”. . .likes Gary and going bare- foot. . .dislikes Sunday afternoon football game. . .has participated in twirl- ing 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3; Student Council 2; Secretary of Class 2; Spanish Club 2; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; F.T.A.; Booster Day Queen; Art Club 1; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Sophomore Social Skit and Refreshment Committee Chairman. 110 MARGUERITE ANN WELCOME " Peggy” says " Are you kidding me?”. . .likes driving and eating pizza . . .dislikes know-it-alls and tuna fish caserole. Peggy participated in French Club 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Action 4; Contemporary Affairs Club 4. DONNA LOUISE WIRTH " Smiley” says " That’s real sharp.” ... likes scary movies and pizza and spaghetti . . . dislikes getting up in the morning and people who are insincere. Smiley participated in French Club 3 . . . worked after school in her senior year. JAN RAYMOND WONDOLOSKI " Wondo” says " That’s what they tell me, that’s what I hear! ”... dis- likes slow drivers, Mondays, and bad Polish jokes. . .likes Wednesdays, 2:30, and hunting. Wondo has participated in Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1,2 ,3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Contemporary Affairs 4; Student Patrol 4. DEBRA EUGENIA WOZNIAK " Debbie” likes to travel and to ski. . .dislikes pseudo-intellects and being serious. . .says " Are you serious?”. . .has participated in French Club 2, 3; Netop 3, 4; Yearbook; Ski Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Art Club 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Student Patrol 3; Camera Club 4; O ffice Girl 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Booster Day Float Committee 3, 4; Contemporary Affairs Club 4; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Alter Ego; Teen Scene. PATRICIA B. WYMAN " Trisha” says that " We are all so curiously alone that it’s important to keep making faces through the windows,” and Strawberry Fields For- ever. . .Trisha likes individuality and open minds and adores Jude... She dislikes conformity and phony people. Transferring from Pioneer Regional Valley High School in her Junior year, she was a twirler in her Senior year. ELIZABETH ANN YARMAC " Betty” likes sincerity, horoscopes and peach yogurt. . .says " That’s the way it goes!”. . .Dislikes cold foggy mornings and things that don’t work ( like locker combinations ) . . . Betty has been active in National Honor So- ciety 3. 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club; Art Club; and Contemporary Affairs Club. SUSAN JANE YARMAC " Sue” says " You’re right.” ... likes Thoreau and the wind. . .dislikes tradition. . .has participated in French Club 2; Art Club 2; Chorus 4; Band 1; F.T.A. 3, 4; Netop 4; Yearbook 4; Teen Scene 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Camera Club; Contemporary Affairs Club; Float Committee 3, 4.; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4; Alter Ego 4; Ski Club 4. LONNIE JOY ZABKO " Lon” likes Boston accents and soul music. .. dislikes fog and Dizzy jokes... says ”Ya, you’re right! You Fool! ’’...has participated in Softball 1;. Junior Float Committee; Contemporary Affairs Club; A.C.T.I.O.N. 4. 112 In all areas of athletic en- deavor, there are certain ath- letes who stand out because of their superior ability. At Turners Falls High School these students are honored by being awarded a letter " T.” All students who received one of these coveted letters plus become members of one of the most exclusive clubs at TFHS. Art Burke snatching an areal from quarter-back, Jerry Welcome. TClub FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD Football Waconnah 22 Turners 20 Athol 24 Turners 0 Turners 28 Pittsfield 22 Adams 40 Turners 6 Classical 26 Turners 6 Turners 18 St. Joseph’s 6 Drury 38 Turners 0 Turners 12 Northampton 8 Turners 26 Greenfield 12 This past year’s football team, while sporting a 4-5 record, exemplified the spirit of TFHS by playing with a determination that was second to none. The work that these boys put in was shown by way of always exciting, but sometimes erratic performances. The team, headed by Coach Jack Bassett and assist- ant coaches John Zywna and Paul Cournoyer, played games which were characterized by speed in Mark Bar- ber, agility in Mark Galvis, evenness of performance in quarterbacks Gerald Welcome and Arthur Burke and the uncanny pass-catching ability of David Murley. Co- captains for the season were Robert Cadren, Mark Galvis and Michael Lewandowski. The season proved to be plagued by injuries and ill luck, but these only served to enhance the determination in each succeeding game. The Booster Day victory over Pittsfield embodied not only the undying perseverance of the team, but also of TFHS. The conclusion of the season removed all doubts as to the caliber of our team. The momentum for the heralded Turkey Day clash be- gan with a preliminary rout of Northampton. An ir- refutable Turners’ victory and a class 3-1 record over Greenfield set up a dynasty which we sincerely hope will be continued. Vi Hard nosed Turners defense fouls-up Greenie’s offense once again. Jack Bassette grim- aces with displeas- ure noting that Turners is only 26 points ahead of Grnfd. Steve Burns Jeff Heath and Jim Waitkus work together to stop Greenfield cold. Pete Pawling moves in for the attack on Greenfield. Victory on its way! What else is there to say? Cheerleaders in a usual pose. Greenfield slipping its way to defeat. Cross Country Showing remarkable team depth and con- sistent performance in important meets, the cross country team posted an 11 to 1 rec- ord, losing only one meet to tough Amherst Regional by a single point. The addition of new talent to the team turned what would have been a moderately good team into the number two squad in West- ern Massachusetts. The Blues, coached by Mr. Robert Avery, placed second in the West- ern Massachusetts Meet, which qualified the team for the State meet. There they placed thir- teenth among the top teams in the State, an excellent showing for a Western Massachusetts school. Cross country team-mates, Chris Connelly, Dave Adie and Pete Mosseau head for an other practice. 118 CROSS COUNTRY SCOREBOARD Turners 15 Drury 48 Turners 15 Chicopee 50 Turners 18 Longmeadow 45 Turners 20 Pioneer 43 Turners 15 Gateway 50 Turners 15 Frontier 50 Turners 19 Mohawk 42 Turners 20 Greenfield 43 Turners 20 Williamsburg 37 Turners 18 Northampton 44 Amherst 27 Turners 28 Western Massachusetts 2nd 1 - 1 ri • i — , J ! L iln Basketball The 1968-69 Indian Basketball quintet proved to be a hard working team. With three starters from ’ 68 ’s squad returning, the squad had equal strength from which to choose its remaining two starters. Lacking height, the Indians battled bigger teams early in the season only to be put down seven times in a row. They came on strong in the second half of the season, win- ning five in a row and beaten only by league lead- ing South Hadley, 48 - 45 . Along with Co-Captains David Murley and Jeffery Heath and Junior Arthur Burke, the starting line-up was often diversified with Seniors David Adie, Jan Wondoloski, Robert Gillon, Junior Mark Millet, and Sophomore Richard Cadran. With a narrow winning season, the Indians gave extremely rewarding games to the fans as the team be- came known as the " Kardiac Kids” for their last minute victories. 119 Dave Murley shows his poise in taking a shot. There are times when Bob Gillon wishes he had taken advanced basket weaving in- stead. Turners defense makes it tough for their opponents. BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD Greenfield 64 Turners 58 Turners 69 Frontier 65 Greenfield 77 Turners 59 Turners 52 Amherst 51 Amherst 58 Turners 49 South Hadley 48 Turners 45 South Hadley 95 Turners 55 Turners 66 St. Michael’s 65 St. Michael’s 67 Turners 49 Hopkins 54 Turners 39 Hopkins 65 Turners 60 Turners 68 Smith 67 Smith 73 Turners 40 Mohawk 61 Turners 52 Turners 71 Mohawk 61 Turners 66 Mahar 49 Turners 67 Mahar 58 Turners 57 Pioneer 55 Turners 70 Pioneer 69 Turners 79 Frontier 61 Jamboree; Turners 32 Ludlow 2 1 T Having had a sparkling 0 6-3-1 record in 1968, Coach George Bush’s ten- 11 nis team had only two re- turning veterans, Edward Bourbeau and William n Beaureguard. Their 1969 season was composed of 1 twelve individual matches and many tense moments. S 12.0 Turners Falls varsity tennis team. Baseball After finishing the 1968 season with an outstanding record, many veteran baseball players returned for the 1969 season. Under the direction of James Koldis, Varsity coach, John Zywna, Junior Varsity coach, and Freshman coach, Ray Garbiel, this past year’s baseball teams had a very good season. Baseball involves hard work, lots of practice and sheer determination. Our boys have long been noted for their sportsmanship and fighting spirit. With the backing from the best coaches and daily practice sessions, our boys were ready to go out and make the season successful. More than ever the blue and white colors stood out vic- toriously as our boys stamped their opponents into the ground. Turners Falls’ varsity takes time out for the big times. Although the 1968 trackmen failed to claim a victory, the season was marked by outstanding indi- vidual accomplishments. The hope for the spring of 1969 was for a more successful season with a strong distance contingent and returning lettermen. Robert Gillon and Peter Mosseau in the mile and Christo- pher Connelly and Edward Sargent in the two mile provided consistent points, while Mark Barber in the hurdles and Robert Pagoda in the half mile performed uniformly well. These members form the active nu- cleus of the TFHS track team. Roland Parentcau aims care- fully and prepares to putt. In 1968 the Golf Team was highly successful in their endeavors on the meadows of our many country clubs in Massachu- setts. The squad, led by Arthur Burke and Joseph Golonka, holding the top two spots, had a 8-2-1 sea- son and then went on to the Western Massachusetts Meet taking second place. Returning this year with Coach Paul Cournoyer were three out of 1968’s top six with several alter- nates taking over spots left by graduates. The al- ternates, Roland Paren- teau, Bruce Morin, and James Garrand along with newcomers Robert Cooper and Walter Wysk, hope to add sufficient depth and support to come out with an equally victorious sea- son. Girls’ Athletic Association The Girls’ Athletic Association, organized in 1967, is aimed at providing scholarships and rec- ognition to those girls participating in athletics. This year the girls elected Anna Garbiel, Presi- dent; Patricia Crosby, Vice-president; Patricia Wysk, Secretary, and Helen Zukowski, Treasurer. Under the guidance of Mrs. Charlotte Robinson, girls’ athletic advisor, the club raised funds by selling such things as Booster Day banners, 1 hanksgiving Day stickers and by sponsoring food sales at local stores. The funds they raised by these activities are used to award trophies to deserving girls at the annual athletic awards assembly. Along with awarding trophies the Girls’ Athletic Asso- ciation also aims at fostering a greater interest in sports such as softball, volleyball, and basketball. 123 Softball s Good sportsmanship and interest were key words that described the mem- bers of the girl’s softball team. Under the direction of Coach Charlotte Robin- son and Mrs. Cora Wasti, the girls practiced several days a week in preparation for their games. Even though the girls lost sev- eral games, they won in other ways, for they learned good sportsman- ship and the fun of play- ing as a team. Girl’s Volley Ball The Girl’s Volley Ball Team combined a year of fun and excitement with a season of diligent work. VOLLEY BALL SCOREBOARD Pioneer 103 Greenfield 77 Amherst 73 Turners Falls 55 Pioneer 86 Amherst 65 Hopkins 71 Turners Falls 17 Turners Falls 46 Turners Falls 17 Hopkins 47 Turners Falls 33 Turners Falls 50 Turners Falls 32 look but ' Don t now Girls’ Basketball Put it right in there. The girls’ varsity and junior varsity basketball teams, under the supervision of Coach Charlotte Robinson, had a re- warding season. Both teams had numer- ous practices which led them toward vic- tory. These girls did not only learn the plays of this athletic sport, but also team work under game pressure. Varsity cap- tain Christine Richotte aided the team with her rapid dribbling and sharp-eyed shooting. The concluding highlight of the season was victory in the Western Massachusetts Invitation Girls Basketball Tournament. Advertisements Millers Falls for Tools • ELECTRIC TOOLS setting the pace in the development of double insulated shock proof tools • HAND TOOLS • METAL CUTTING SAW BLADES Millers Falls GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS HAWLEY ' S PHARMACY Second Street Turners Falls, Mass. “Got a headache? Hawley’s Pharmacy has plenty of aspirin.” “Pizza pie in your eye? Go to Steve s Pizza for the tastiest pizza in town.” 166 Millers Falls Road Turners Falls, Mass. “Who needs a dry cleaner? Stop into Comet Cleaners for dazzling results.” Comei Gleaneis 123 Avenue A Turners Falls, Mass. 128 Tires— tubes— batteries— starters generator— alternators DISTRIBUTORS AUTO-LITE — DELCO Battery charged while waiting! William ' s Garage 147 Second Street Turners Falls, Mass. 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SWEENEY FORD SALES, INC 1 MAIN STREET GREENFIELD, MASS. 01301 SCwlio OFFICIAL CLASS PHOTOGRAPHER in Best Wishes To The Class of 1969 THE MONTAGUE TEACHER’S ASSOCIATION President— Albert Routhier Vice-President— William Roberts Secretary— Amy Clark Treasurer— Sophia Libby FIRST NATIONAL BM OF FRANKLIN COUNTY MEMBER F D I C, GREENFIELD • TURNERS FALLS • SOUTH DEERFIELD FORBES CAMERA SHOP - ' EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC’ GREENFIELD, MASS. All The Latest Styles in Footwear ROONEY’S SHOES 159 Avenue A Turners Falls, Mass. SPORTHAUS SKI SHOP— LADIES SPORTS WEAR HAIR STYLIST COSMETICIAN 12 R GREENFIELD ROAD MONTAGUE CITY. MASS. 772-0000 320 MAIN STREET Tel. 773-3876 Across Prom the Comjiion GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of FRENCH KING BOWLING CENTER 16 Modern Lanes and Snack Bar Reservations Tel. 659-3047 FRENCH KING HIGHWAY MILLERS FALLS, MASSACHL SETTS DDPREY APOTHECARY D. F. Duprey, B.S., R.Ph., Ph.C. Tel. 863-4879 168 AVENUE A TURNERS FALLS, MASS. 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