Fort Edward High School - Siren Yearbook (Fort Edward, NY)

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S| B| aMR. NICHOLAS F. LA SARSO We, the Class of 1963, take great pleasure in dedicating this edition of The SIREN to Mr. Nicholas F. La Sarso, a man who has made this, and former yearbooks, a great success. To us, he has been not only our English teacher, our librarian, and our advisor, but also our friend.Directing the Yearbook StaffWe have published this '63 SIREN hoping that it will bring fond memories of your high school days: the activities in which you participated; the teachers who have helped you; and the teams which you cheered. We are grateful to the Editorial Staff, to the Press Club, and to Mr. La Sarso, without whose cooperation this edition of the SIREN would have been impossible. e ASSISTANT EDITORThe Editorial Staff of the 1963 SIREN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Ruth Ann Haas ASSISTANT EDITOR Elizabeth Viele LITERARY Lynn Chakalis Jane Newell CIRCULATION ADVERTISING Linda Quattrocchi Michael Del Sole TYPING SPORTS Marilyn Del Signore Robert Cameron PHOTOGRAPHY ART Jane Hanley Nancy White TREASURER PUBLICITY Susan Koss Barbara StrangW. Aylward Bowe Bernard W. Curtis Francis M. Terry Francis J. Tierney Joseph Del Signore £ cf 33 u cf o n Fred A. Vieler n c P a f MR. C. ARCHIE HOPKINS "Life is a picture -Paint it well." Anon. hicu t. ■y MRS. BOLLMAN French and English MISS CANA VAN Guidance Citizenship Education MR. CLARK Junior High English MR. CUMMINGS Band and Music MISS HANNA Mathematics MRS. HARDICK Latin and English MISS HARMON Art MR. DAVIS Industrial Arts MISS FITZPATRICK Commercial acufh MRS. HEBERT School Nurse MRS. HOLBROOK Commercial MR. LA SARSO English and Library MR. LEONARD Science MRS. LEONARD Office MR. LEWZA Physical Education MRS. LOUGHLIN Citizenship Education MR. HORN Driver’s Education MR. KILRAIN EnglishJacufiy MRS. MATOCHIK Sixth Grade MISS McCURRY Office MR. ROSS Junior High Mathematics MRS. RUTLEDGE Commercial MISS McGLAFLIN Home Economics MR. MULLEN Junior High Citizenship Education MR. SAUTER Citizenship Education MR. TERRIO Sixth Grade MR. TOOMEY Junior High SciencePRESIDENT RUTH ANN HAAS "Ruth Ann" "Here is a dear and true industrious friend." National Honor Society 3,4; President 4; Vice President 3; Treasurer 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Washington County Music Festival 1,2,3,4; Area All State Music Festival 2; Choir 2,3,4; Press Club 2,3,4; Ass’t. Editor of Siren 3; American Legion Oratorial Contest 3; Girls' State 3; Junior Prom Committee Chairman 3; Ski Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; History Club 3,4; F.H.A. 1; Tickets Please 1,2,3; Gym Demonstration 1,3; Washington Trip 4; Intramurals 1,2; Senior Play. Always with Susan; loves her car; nice dresser; made a good Maggie in the Senior Play. 1963 CA TREASURER GORDON ROBERT ELLMERS, JR. "Doc" "A princelier looking man never stepped through a prince's hall." Vice President 1; President 2; Treasurer 3,4; Track 1,2, 3,4; Varsity Football 2,3,4; Junior Varsity Basketball 1,2; Ski Club 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Gym Demonstration 1,3; Boys’ State 3; Washington Trip 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Optimists’ Award 3; History Club 3. Interest lies in Sophomore class; great skier; good sportsman; an old pinochle fan.ROBERT JOHN CAMERON "Whitey" "What a man is. so much he's sure of." Football 1,2,3.4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; President 1,3; Class Treasurer 2; Class Vice President 4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Press Club 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; History Club 3,4; Washington Trip 4; Ring Committee 3. Always seen on Broadway; Ipana smile; loves that Black "Merc"; loves detention at Becker's. jeers MARILYN AGNES DEL SIGNORE "Mares" "Some think the world was made for fun and frolic, so do I." Cheerleader 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Washington County Choir 3; F.H.A. 1; Press Club 2,3,4; Junior Ring Committee 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Gym Demonstration 1,3; Graduation Usher 3; Washington Trip 4; Class Secretary 4; Senior Play 4. Cute cheerleader; looks good in contacts; loves the Grand Union; always on the go. SECRETARYStudent GounciJ THOMAS JOSEPH SARCHIOTO "Tom" "A public man of light and leading." Baseball 3; History Club 3,4; President of Student Council 4; Washington Trip 4; Student Council 3; Senior Play 4; Gym Demonstration 3. Banana lover; Hazel’s pal; interests in a certain varsity cheerleader; good Louie in the play. JANE ELIZABETH NEWELL "Janie" "A ready wit coupled with a warm heart." Press Club 2,3,4; Cheering 2,3; Varsity Captain 4; History Club 3,4; Choir 1,2, 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Gym Demonstration 1,3; F.H.A. 1; Girls' Basketball 3; Washington Trip 4; Junior Prom Attendant 3; Student Council 2,3,4; Secretary Student Council 3,4; Vice President 2; Pep Club 2,3,4. Cute prom attendant, always laughing, candy lover, interests in Siena College. BARBARA JOAN STRANG "Barb" "Always willing to give out; Barb is a friend without a doubt." History Club 3,4; Junior Prom Attendant; Student Council 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Ski Club 3,4; Press Club 4; Washington Trip 4; Gym Demonstration 3. Nice personality; friend to all; sweet prom attendant; out-of-town interest.JOHN JOSEPH BOWE "Chick" "A little mischief, full of fun, certainly loved by everyone." Football 1,2,3, Captain 4; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1,3; Vice President 2; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4; Junior Ring Committee 3; Washington Trip 4. Beautiful eyes; nice wavy hair; great personality: walks like a "kii "! CAROL ANN BRADY "Red" "There was never a Saint with Red hair." Press Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Tickets Please 1,2,3,4; Choir 2, 3,4; Intramurals 1,3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Washington Trip 4; Gym Demonstration 1,3; History Club 4. Friend to all; great personality; always good for a laugh; Home Ec's pet! DANIEL JOSEPH BURCH "Dan" "Not too bold, not too shy, altogether one great guy." Track 1,2; Junior Prom Committee 3. Pretty eyes; hot rodder; second home on Valley Street; great water skier.JOHN HARRIS CACKENER "Cack" "I cried for madder music and for stronger wine." History Club 3,4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Press Club 4. Favorite color "white”; cautious driver???? Mrs. Rutledge's academic student!; our commuter. CYNTHIA LOUISE CARPENTER "Cindy" "Though she be little, she is fierce." Choir 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Junior Prom Attendant 3; Tickets Committee 3; Gym Demonstration 1; Washington Trip 4. Mickey Mouse Fan; sweet prom attendant; Hully Gullily! likes Physical Education Class. LYNN MARIE CHAKALIS "Lynn" "Always quiet, never wild, all admire a girl so mild." Tickets Please 3; Gym Demonstration 1,3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Club 2; Press Club 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Junior Prom Committee 3. Full of ideas; loves to talk; out-of-town interest; loves history.FRANCES MARIE COLLIER "Snooky" "Always happy; we like her lots; all and all, we think she’s tops." Choir 1; Press Club 2; Junior Prom Queen 3; Tickets Please 2,3; Ski Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; History Club Vice President 4. Cute; prom queen; pretty hair; loves basketball; always has a good word for everyone. MICHAEL FRANCIS DEL SOLE "Mike" "The greatness of an individual lies in his ability to express himself clearly." History Club 3,4; Junior Ring Committee 3; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Press Club 3,4. A great sense of humor; class flirt; Jane's little hustler(!!!); very intelligent. CAROL JUNE DINGMAN "June Bug" "Make good use of the present" Noon Hour Club 1,2,3; Choir 2,3,4; Press Club 2,3; Gym Demonstration 1,3; Tickets Please 2. Loves her horses; always quiet(???); been to the "White House” lately?; a night owl?MARGARET MARY DURLLER "Maggie” "The very pink of perfection.” Choir 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Press Club 2,3; Tickets Please 2,3,4; History Club 3,4; Future Homemakers of America 1,2; Gym Dem. 1; Washington Trip 4. Argyle interest! Nice black hair???; Done any knitting lately?; Quiet??? WILLIAM JOSEPH ETU "Squid" "Never study, never worry, but, get there just the same." Football 1,2; Baseball 1; Track 1; Choir 1. Studious???; Great Romeo; Majoring in English; Always getting bounced. ROBERT CHARLES FERRY "Jud" "He is never less at leisure than when at leisure." Stage hand for Senior Play 4; Press Club 2. Energetic???; Spendthrift!; Great card player; Always driving Neil's car!NANCY RUTH FISH "Fishie" "The good and wise lead quiet lives." Noon Hour Club 1,2,3,4; Gym Demonstration 1,3; Band 1,2; Press Club 4. Quiet; nice kid; loves lunch hour; always has her homework done. DIANE MARIE GIFFORD "Di" "The mildest manners and the gentlest heart." J. V. and Varsity Cheerleader 3,4; Class Secretary 1,2,3; Tickets Please 1,2; Choir 1,2; History Club 3; Pep Club 2; Gym Demonstration 1,3; Washington Trip 4; Graduation Usher 3; Press Club 2,3,4; Athletic Association Sec. and Treas. 4; F.H.A. 1. Cute cheerleader; friend to all; good driver???; always with Mike. JAYNE MARY HANLEY "Jay" "That innocent look is a disguise; mischief lurks in both her eyes." Tickets Please 1,2,3,4; Press Club 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1; Choir 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; History Club 3,4; Washington Trip 4; Pep Club 2,3; Gym Demonstration 1,3; Intramurals 2,3. Quiet??; Pretty hair; Loves to drive; "Been to the Queensbury lately, Jayne?" • "Spg1CAROL MARIE HOGAN "Carol" "Patience is a virtue." F.H.A. 1; Choir 1,2,3,4; Press Club 3,4; Tickets Please 2,3,4; Ski Club 2; Pep Club 2; Junior Prom Attendant 3; Graduation Usher 3; Washington Trip 4. Loves commercial subjects???; cute prom attendant; a heartbreaker; loves milk??? (especially that of Daisy Dairy's). SUSAN JANE IULIUCCI "Sue" "She walks like a goddess and looks like a queen." Tickets Please 1,2; History Club 3; Pep Club 2; Gym Demonstration 1, 3; Ring Committee 3; Press Club 1,2,4; Student Council 1,2; Prom Attendant 3; Washington Trip 4; Intramurals 2,3; Graduation Usher 3; F.H.A. 1. Cute prom attendant; pretty hair; fond of pizza and other Irish dishes; referee for Diane and Mike. CAROL ANN KONOPKA "Konops" "A merry heart untroubled by a care." Choir 1,2,3,4; Tickets Please 1,2,3 4; Press Club 2,3,4; Gym Demonstration 1,3; American Legion Oratorical Contest 3; History Club 3,4; Washington Trip 4; Pep Club 2,3; F.H.A. 1; Washington County Choir 3,4; Future Nurses Club 3. Pretty hair; a bundle of joy; loves that Chemistry???; made a good Plembina in the senior play.SUSAN JANE KOSS "Sue" "She speaketh not, and yet, there was conversation in her eyes." Band 1,2,3,4; Press Club 2,3,4; Editorial Staff 4; Gym Demonstration 1,3; Washington Trip 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Tickets Please 1; History Club 3,4; Choir 1,2; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Future Homemakers of America 1; Intramurals 1,2; Junior Prom Co-Chairman 3; Senior Play 4. Always with Ruth; sweet cheerleader; made a good Josephine in the Senior Play; favorite hobby--collecting rings!! DORIS SHARON McKEE "Susie" "I have tranquil solitude and such society as is quiet, wise, and good. Gym Demonstration 1,3; Tickets Please 4; Press Club 3,4; Washington Trip 4. Hard worker; steadiest girl in town; future taxi driver; quiet? PHILLIP DALE NICHOLSON "Phil" "A greatest of faults, I should say, is to be conscious of none." Basketball 1,2,3; Press Club 4; Senior Play 4; Washington 4. Grand Union’s prize packer; practical joker; extra-special sense of hearing; good Beck in the Senior Play.CARL WALTER PRATT "Mert" "Patience is the best remedy for every trouble." Junior Prom Committee 3; History Club 2,3,4; Washington Trip Press Club 4; Senior Play 4. Good Math student; likes girls named Linda; good "hoodlum" in senior play; very quiet. 4; the LINDA ANN QUATTROCCHI "Linda" "Although your friends know all about you, they love you anyway." History Club 3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Press Club 2,3,4; Tickets Please 1, 2,3; Pep Club 2,3; Junior Prom Attendant 3; Junior Ring Committee 3; Girls' Basketball 3; Washington Trip 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Graduation Usher 3; Gym Demonstration 1; Sadie Hawkins Chairman 2; Future Homemakers of America 2; Senior Play 4. Cute prom attendant; quiet?????; special liking for the pink elephant; How's your driving lately, Linda? EDWARD STEPHEN ROBERTS III "Hecky" "As a man as any in the world, for the whole world seems to smile upon him." Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Choir 1; Student Council 1; Ski Club 1,2,3,4. Interest lies in the Freshman class; nice dancer; good athlete; loves those Friday night walks.SANDRA ANN SHEEHAN "Sandy" "Blessed is the woman, having nothing to say, remains silent." Tickets Please 1; Press Club 2,3,4; Cheerleader 3,4; Future Homemakers of America 1; Graduation Usher 3; Gym Demonstration 3; Washington Trip 4. Always with the "gang"; a friendly cheerleader; Oh! Those short walks to school; any speeding tickets yet??? CAROL ANN SMITH "Smittie" "Life without laughter is a lamp without light." Ski Club 1,2,3,4; Press Club 1,2,3,4; Tickets Please 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3; Nurses' Club 3; Future Homemakers of America 1,2; Pep Club 3; Washington Trip 4; Gym Demonstration 3; Intramural 3. "Laugh along with Smittie"; winner of girls' Olympic Ski Meet 1965; one of the "up-towners"; envy that red hair! DOUGLAS ARTHUR SNOWBALL "Harley” ”A man is only as good as his word." Band 1,2,3,4; Varsity Football 3,4; Track 2,3; Press Club 4. Pride of our band; loves those sports; how's your new '63 green Chevy?!!? Real nice guy.NANCY MARGARET WHITE "Nan" "Quiet and very reserved; whatever she says is worth being heard." Tickets Please 1,2; Choir 1,2,3; Washington Co. Music Festival 2,3; Gym Demonstration 1,3; Yearbook Staff 4. Loves that '57 Chevy; a sweet girl; clever artist; pet of the history class. SHARON LEE WILLIAMS "Sherry" "My heart is fixed." Noon Hour Club 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Press Club 4; Gym Demonstration 1,3; Senior Play Usher 4. Loves her diamond; always with Bemie; likes to square dance; "Been up North lately, Sharon?" (j ass Jfistory The door squeaked open; the chains rattled; and we entered the new and forbidding world of high school as insignificant Freshmen. Because we were too shaky, we elected oVir officers to lead us: Bob Cameron, president; Gordon Ellmers, vice president; Diane Gifford, secretary; Ruth Ann Haas, treasurer; and Janie Newell, Student Council member. In the fall of 1960, we again passed through the squeaking door, this time as Sophomores. Our main event was the "Sadie Hawkins" dance, which proved to be a worthwhile undertaking for our treasury. This year our noble leaders were: Gordon Ellmers, president; John Bowe, vice president; Diane Gifford, secretary; Bob Cameron, treasurer; and Janie Newell, Student Council member. The following year, we didn’t even notice the squeaking of the door as we, excited Juniors, passed through it, anticipating the arrival of our rings and our prom. Our prom theme was "The Loveliest Night of the Year" with Frances Collier, as queen, and Phillip Nicholson, as king, reigning by her side. The wise old owl told us that our leaders for this year should be: Bob Cameron, president; Ruth Ann Haas, vice president; Diane Gifford, secretary; Gordon Ellmers, treasurer; Janie Newell and Tommy Sarchioto, Student Council members. At last, we passed through the well-oiled door as philosophical Seniors, very confident and wise in our ways. Our main activities were: the Senior play, the Senior Ball, and the Washington Trip. Our play was a three-act comedy entitled, "Inside Lester," and starred Ruth Ann Haas and Gordon Ellmers. The class elected most wisely the following capable Seniors as class officers: Ruth Ann Haas, president; Bob Cameron, vice president; Marilyn Del Signore, secretary; Gordon Ellmers, treasurer; Janie Newell, Barb Strang, and Tommy Sarchioto, Student Council members. We, Seniors, wish to extend our gratitude and our thanks to our advisors who have so faithfully helped us these past four years: Mrs. Munson, Mrs. Hardick, Mrs. Harmon, Mrs. Loughlin, Mr. Lewza, Mr. Mullen, Mr. LaSarso, and Mr. Sauter.C j ass NAME HANGOUT PET PASTIME J. Bowe Yorkland's Working??? C. Brady The Club Fooling around D. Burch Valley Street Driving J. Cackner Taylor Street Riding R. Cameron Bucky’s Flirting C. Carpenter Jean's Waiting for letters L. Chakalis The Club Riding in a Chevy F. Collier The Club Baby-sitting M. Del Signore Yorkland's Grand Union M. Del Sole Downtown Yorkland's C. Dingman Hudson Falls Dancing M. Durller 6 Bridge Street Fighting G. Ellmers Murray's den Hunting woodchucks W. Etu Bucky's Slopping R. Ferry Yorkland's Playing cards N. Fish Joe’s Waterfalls School D. Gifford The Club Laughing at Susie R. Haas Yorkland’s Listening to arguments J. Hanley Yorkland’s Dear Abby C. Hogan Dalt Maries Doing nothing S. Iuliucci Park Avenue Laughing at D's fights C. Konopka The Gang Talking S. Koss Yorkland's Waiting D. McKee Star route A.L.D. J. Newell Dalt Maries Writing letters P. Nicholson Anywhere-U.S. A. Wouldn’t you like to know C. Pratt Northern N.Y. State Doing physics L. Quattrocchi 204 Broadway Buying clothes E. Roberts The Park Sports T. Sarchioto Any place Sawing wood S. Sheehan With the gang Driving around C. Smith Dalt Maries Eating D. Snowball Anywhere Sports B. Strang Dalt Maries Shopping N. White The Club Daydreaming S. Williams Hidden Valley Square dancing ■■ 1 Kosier PET NAME PET LOVE PET HATE "Gouch" Pink Elephant Homework!! Carol Friday, 3:10 Squiddle? "Cuddles" Girls Speed limits "Cack" Nancy Boring people Robert Football Squid's games Ninny Mailmen Bob’s wisecracks Chickle Roger Crowds Frances Driving Chick's teasin' "Aggie" Good times Coming in early Rocky Food Spending money Mag Horses Quiet study halls Sunshine Drive-ins Fickle boys Gordie '62 Goat Cackener unshaven Bill Girls Chick's jokes "Chink” Money Work Nants Classical music Boys Gifford Mike Homework "Uth Big picketbooks Cracking knuckles "Slap” Arguments with Sue Blushing "Ace" Parties Work "Suz" Little Willy Snobby girls Cheddar History class Being left at Hogan's house Suie Getting letters Not arguing with Jai Susie Guitar player Confident drivers "Gracie" Domineering people Brown baggers "Ears" Short girls "Censored" "Mert" Driving Being chubby Froggy Our football captain Saving money Pencil The Island Ignorant people "Banana" One of my sisters Tropical fruit Hotrod Old Ford Short boys Carol Getting mail Catty girls Owl Brunettes High lockers "Gouch" Bill Saving money "Pinky" Shopping sprees Doing my hair Hotrod Guitars Snobby girlsG ass Jaoo rites name favorite saying favorite song J. Bo we Impossible! Linda C. Brady Pass you. Hey! Let's Dance! D. Burch You can't fool me. Crying J. Cackner Don’t sweat. Big John R. Cameron Hello! kiddies! Betty Boop C. Carpenter Any mail? Mickey Mouse L. Chakalis Son-of-a-gun! I Can't Help Falling in Love F. Collier How tender! Loveliest Night of the Year M. Del Signore Switch! Fascination M. Del Sole What’s new? Sherry C. Dingman Oh! fudge! Sharing You M. Durller Live and learn. Toy land G. Ellmers Ace! Play! Shave Gillette W. Etu Back off! The Wanderer R. Ferry Hey! Hey! Rambling Rose N. Fish Where's your money? Lonesome Town D. Gifford Nope!! Breaking Up is Hard to Do R. Haas Take two of those. Baby's First Christmas J. Hanley That's tough! Torture C. Hogan My word! Bar Fly's Love Song S. Iuliucci You worm! Please Love Me Forever C. Konopka Too cute! All Alone Am I S. Koss Don't worry! Ruth’s got good brakes. Please Love Me Forever D. McKee If you say so. Silver Threads Among the Gold J. Newell Be reasonable, will ya? Scotch and Soda P. Nicholson Can't See it. Dream C. Pratt Bonjour. Moon River L. Quattrocchi Why not? Big Bad John E. Roberts Potate'em down. What Kind of Love is This T. Sarchioto Yah-but? Ghost Riders in the Sky S. Sheehan We don't talk about that anymore. Small World C. Smith Son-of-a-gun! Nobody Knows D. Snowball Impossible! Harley Garlly Speedshift B. Strang You ol'rottlesnake. To Know Him is to Love Him N. White Honestly! Johnny's Dream S. Williams You're pushing your luck! Mountain DewWhat a way to file your nails I Cftrouncf Schoof Break time! 3:15 P.M. The Knitting Fad. Did you find it?Sharon; Nancy; Doris Bob and Carol Diane; Danny; SueJune 25, 1973 CJ ass JJroj) iecy Dear Jayne, I was delighted to read about your success in teaching French at the Sor-bonne. I thought you would like to catch up on the latest gossip about our classmates. You already know that I am working as a dental hygienist at Dr. Hendrick's. About a month ago, Ruth Ann was sworn in as our first lady mayor. Assisting her are Janie Newell, who is in charge of curfew violations, and Bob Cameron, who has been appointed village attorney, to plead curfew cases in the County Court. Tom Sarchioto has also brought up the issue in brilliant speeches before the Assembly. I was talking to Nancy Fish who is teaching Driver Ed. at the high school. She was telling me that Diane Gifford is keeping books for the new coach, Steve Roberts, Steve has been a big help to Doc Ellmers who led the U. S. Ski Team at the Winter Olympics. Red Brady is still carrying out Kennedy's physical fitness program in her girls’ gym classes. Carol Konopka is head nurse of the new wing, designed by Carl Pratt. On my lunch hour, I stopped into Wagner's, owned and operated by Marge Durller, to pick up a copy of Snooky Collier's best seller- -Popularity Plus. In Yorkland's, I ran into Marilyn DelSignore, now private secretary to Phil Nicholson who is president of a large accounting firm. Marilyn was telling me that Carol Hogan and Sue Koss had a double Air Force wedding. I stopped at the Pink Elephant Beauty and Barber Shop, run by Chick Bowe. While Linda did my hair, I was talking to Smitty and Cindy who are also employed there. They mentioned that Susie Iuliucci is encouraging friendly relations between Fort Edward and Hudson Falls. I also heard that Dan Burch has a very successful position at the G. E. Tonight there is a big jam session at the VI where Squid Etu is the leading entertainer. I don't know whether to go there or to stay home to watch Harley, playing Bomba on Ch. 13. Of course, I could always go to the local theater to see Bob Ferry, starring as Scrooge. Tomorrow I plan to go horseback riding at the West River Road Dude Ranch, owned by Sharon Williams and Carol Dingman. Doris McKee, who got her start in Sandy Sheehan's Betty Crocker Kitchen, is now in the candy apple production for Mr. Horn. A few of our classmates have gone into the scientific field. Mike is now the head of the Research Dept, at DuPont and Lynn has just won the Nobel Prize in Science. John Cackener, with Nancy, is supervising a new lunar base. I hope our class will get together soon. It would be nice to reminisce about old times. As always, BarbGlass W ff J. Bowe wills his ability to shave to Gary Smith. C. Brady wills her ability to pass Geometry to anybody who wants to sit in class and learn nothing. D. Burch wills his visits on Valley Street to nobody. J. Cackner wills his "Cadaver" for dissection to the Biology Class. R. Cameron wills his starting fullback spot to John DePalo. C. Carpenter wills her receiving of friendly letters to Betty Bowe. L. Chakalis wills her position on the National Honor Society to Brian Amorosi. F. Collier wills her ability to drive to Betty Viele. M. Del Signore wills her ability to get along with the Dobroskies to Karen Wright. M. Del Sole wills his ability to ice skate to Mary Anne Newell. C. Dingman wills her ability to ride horses to Mr. Sauter. M. Durller wills her even temper to Larry Gillis. G. Ellmers wills his light skin to Louise Quattrocchi. W. Etu wills his ability to stay out of the dog house to Bob Viele. R. Ferry wills his seat at "Tom's" to Strinkle Aubrey. N. Fish wills her talent, and abilities to anyone who wants them. D. Gifford wills her ability to go steady with a "Morency” to Marlene Durkee. R. Haas wills her ability to roll floor tile (?) to Harry Ives. J. Hanley wills her walks across the bridge to Mike Boucher. C. Hogan wills her love for school to Susie Carroll. S. Iuliucci wills her ability to have competition with Hudson Falls girls to Mary Quattrocchi. C. Konopka wills her ability in Chemistry Lab Class to anyone who wants it. S. Koss wills her seat in History Class to Mr. Powhida? D. McKee wills her ability to do Bookkeeping to Linda Barfoot. J. Newell wills her ideas for parties to Mary Anne Linehan!!!!!!!! P. Nicholson wills his ears to "Dilly" Brockway. C. Pratt wills his ability to do "Trig" to Pat Hayes. L. Quattrocchi wills her ability to go steady to her sister, Mary. S. Roberts wills his ability to stay with one girl to Wayne Goodbred. T. Sarchioto wills his patience and good disposition to "Hazel." S. Sheehan wills her height to Ray Burch. C. Smith wills her simple name to Louise Quattrocchi. D. Snowball wills his driving ability to Eddie Reese. B. Strang wills her loved title of "Gouch" to Betty Bowe. N. White wills her nickname to Linda Alheim. S. Williams wills her ability to drive (well?????) to Bernie Durkee.JJrom Queen FRANCES COLLIER Miss Patricia Smatko crowns the Queen of the 1962 Junior Prom, Miss Frances Collier.ear THE COURT QUEEN: F. Collier KING: P. Nicholson QUEEN OF 1961: P. Smatko ATTENDANTS: J. Newell C. Hogan L. Quattrocchi S. Iuliucci B. Strang C. Carpenter CROWN BEARERS: W. Ellmers J. GiffordJohn and Carol Ed and Jane Mike and Jayne Carl and Carol Joe and Ruth AnnT )e J T OCeuer forget The Senior Skit we never had? Tommy Sarchioto's "Big Rip?" Wayne Goodbread--THE WANDERER? Marilyn DelSignore's elephant ride in Lake George? The first female CURFEW violators of the Class of '63--Janie Newell and Ruth Ann Haas?? Our student teacher--Mr. Powhida? Our "Loveliest Night of the Year. " The gorgeous decorations at our Senior Ball??? The "NEW WING???" Our well-organized class meeting. Our prom breakfast at Hogan's, and our lovely Queen. Mr. Leonard’s "petit oiseau??" Cindy's P. J. Party and the walk to the pool in our boudoir attire??? Susan Koss breaking her zipper at the South High game? Mr. Kilrain's Broadway production "Inside Lester???" A certain Senior boy leaving his date at Dalt and Marie’s? Our Washington Trip! Chick's "Pink Elephant." The weekend spent at Willard's!!! The day that Grade, Smitty, Ruth Ann, Ninny, Barby, Sue, and Betty ate at Howard Johnson's?? Our wonderful memories of our four years at F. E. H. S.It's better than a pink elephant!Now what??? C 3 cLsAeikal us. Jacu (j Mr. Clark, Saudi Arabia is the other way. Ah, well! I was getting tired anyway.We Wonder If John will ever be King. . . If Red will ever stop having secrets. . . If Dan will ever learn how to knit. . . How the Hudson Falls commuters will get to F. E. H. S. without John. . . How Bob will finish shoveling before 11 o'clock. . . Where Cindy’s heart is. . . If Lynn will ever be speechless. . . If Snooky will ever see that man about that horse deal. . . If Marilyn knows the word--Chug-A-Mug. . . If Mike will be a bachelor. . . What Carol has in her pocketbook. . . What Margaret will do without Sandy. . . If Doc has got his private parking lot yet. . . About Squid???. . . If Jud will ever get top-billing on the Dick Tracy Show. . . If Nancy will really be a hobo. . . If Ruth Ann will ever get her five dollars back . . . If Jayne will ever take over Durling's studio. . . How Carol Hogan’s mother and father stood the parties. . . If Diane will ever be boss at the G.E. ???. . . How Susie would look with short hair. . . If Carol will ever play in Lawrence Welk’s band. . . If Sue will ever finish her green sweater. . . If Doris will ever understand history. . . If Janie will ever get to Siena on Sunday afternoons. . . If Phil will ever be manager of the Grand Union. . . If Carl will ever lead his own "mob". . . If Linda will ever be manicurist at a certain barbershop. . . If Stevie will ever have a harem. . . If Tom will ever find a "police-proof" route from Marg's. . . Why they call Carol the "Juliet of the Ski Slopes" . . . How Doug likes those trips to Luzerne. . . If Nancy will ever be able to "sneak in" the boys door. . . If Sharon will ever play Hepzibah. . . .•NEWELLSJnsicfe Ues er Beck and Louie haul Lester out of the lake. Louie -----------------------------Tommy Beck--------------------------------Phil Maggie--------------------------Ruth Ann Toni-------------------------------Linda Josephine -------------------------- Sue Lester--------------------------- Gordon Casa-----------------------------Marilyn George----------------------------- Carl Pembina-------------------------- Carol Radio Announcer---------------- -Mike Prompter---------------------------Jayne Yes, honey! V-Fort Edward High, we sing thy praises; Hail the Blue and White; We strive for glory and honor; And for all that's right. We give our Alma Mater; All the love we hold; And through the years we shall remember; Its everlasting role. Alma MatercJuniors FIRST ROW: S. Sabbath, M. Durkee, A. Sharpe, S. Carroll, M. Boucher, M. Simmons, T. Murray, M. Quattrocchi, E. Reese. SECOND ROW: M. Murray, C. Brady, K. Wright, L. Morency, S. Gillis, D. Moore, R. Layden C. Galloway, S. Wolfe, P. Durkee. THIRD ROW: R. Ives, E. Terry, S. Stimpson, C. Wilson, B. O'Sick, M. Mills, E. Viele, M. Broderick, P. Blake, B Welch. FOURTH ROW: T. Shea, B. Viele, G. Smith, J. Hayes, B. Bowe, T. Hogan, J. Crossett, D. Mingo, M. Dobroski. FIFTH ROW: B. Bowe, M. Aubrey, M. O'Sick, D. Linehan, D. Harrington, C. Anderson, C. Roods, R. Ives.c )opfiom ores FIRST ROW: B. Cronkhite, L. De Lano, J. Duffy, R. Davis, L. Quattrocchi, B. Miles, J. Holmes. SECOND ROW: H. Stoughton, D. De Lano, R. Powhida, C. Jones, L. Geroux, J. Smatko, S. Perkins, D. Bruno. THIRD ROW: M. Broderick, R. Lacque, R. Tyler, M. Dresser, L. Evens, L. Barfoot, J. Bowe. FOURTH ROW: J. Durller, P. Hayes, P. Winch, R. Trackey, S. Gorham, C. Brady, K. Brunnelle, F. Perras, D. Duchaine. FIFTH ROW: J. De Palo, M. Holleran, J. Collier, D. Fisk, S. Chakalis, E. Galloway, B. Amorosi, B. Hopkins, J. Conley. SIXTH ROW: B. Osgood, D. Brockway, J. Doty. Jresfimen FIRST ROW: B. Wetherby, F. Jordan, M. Linehan, D. Gates, A. Moore, J. D'Angelico, K. Boucher, M. Davis, G. French, L. Wood. SECOND ROW: M. Carpenter, T. Sarchioto, T. Warren, D. Rabine, K. Bowe, K. McCurry, T. Spring, S. Cramer, D. Anderson. THIRD ROW: G. Etu, C. Layden, J. McCurry, R. Mandolere, E. Salembier, C. Keech, L. Sumner, P. Smith, S. Jones, M. Bramer. FOURTH ROW: M. King, R. Zeno, B. Smith, R. Burch, D. Columbetti, R. Strang, T. Johnston, T. Armstrong, J. Hogan, B. Rosenberg. FIFTH ROW: G. Durller, B. Farnsworth, P. Cole, B. Mondoux, T. McCarty, J. Cassant, B. Haley, P. Fisher, D. Roberts, D. Pidgeon. SIXTH ROW: T. Fort, D. Simmons, B. Fields, E. Bessette, R. Wilson, D. Anderson, J. Putman, J. Miller. SEVENTH ROW: G. Belden, P. Simmons, J. Fisher, T. Rabine, G. Nolan, B. Havens, R. Collier, W. Durkee.MR. TERRIO Six A Jracfe MRS. MATOCHIKSiuden Council Mary Quattrocchi, Louise Quattrocchi, T. Sarchioto, J. Newell. R. York, A. Sharpe, B. Strang. A. Cronhkite, J. D'Angelico, J. Quattrocchi.M. DelSignore; S. Koss; M. Broderick; J. Hayes; D. Harrington; D. Linehan; M. Simmons; E. Viele; B. Amorosi; P. Hayes; Mrs. Munson; Mr. Hopkins; M. Del Sole. Treas.; R. Haas, V. -Pres.; G. Ellmers, Pres.; L. Chakalis, Sec.JJress GfuS GoonThe 1962 Football Team TJarsity "T'ootba I Coach Toomey and Coach Lewza with the team’s co-captains - John Bowe and Gordon Ellmers.FIRST ROW; J. Newell; W. Goodbred; P. Burns; S. Roberts; B. Cameron. SECOND ROW; Coach S. Lewza; Mgr. R. York; T. Shea; M. Boucher; D. Bartholomew; W. Alheim; S. Jarvis; P. Fisher; R. Bowe; Mgr. J. De Palo. TJarsity T asAeiSa I Coach Stan Lewza and his co-captains, Steve and Bob, pause before game time.FIRST ROW: J. Crossett; T. Rabine; T. Fisher; J. Duffy; W. Mondoux. SECOND ROW: Coach J. Toomey; W. Havens; R. Davis; R. Roberts; G. Nolan; R. Smith; J. Miller; T. McCarty; R. Burch. junior IJarsi y Coach Jack Toomey and his co-captains, Joe and Tom.Cheerleaders J r V a r s • i yADVERTISERS Miss Janice Aldous Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bowe Mr. and Mrs. William Brady Mr. William Brooking Mr. Millard Cackner Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cameron Mr. Richard Cameron Mr. and Mrs. James Carpenter Mrs. Anna Cimo Mrs. Loretta Clothier Mr. David Collier, Jr. Mrs.. David Collier Mr. and Mrs. James Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dee Mr. Edward Del Signore Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Del Signore Miss Anne Del Sole Mr. and Mrs. Louis Del Sole Mr. and Mrs. Ralph De Witt Mr. John Dingman, Sr. Mr. Joseph Durller Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Ellmers Mr. and Mrs. David Esperti Miss Patricia Etu Mr. and Mrs. William J. Etu, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Fish Mr. and Mrs. William Fish Mrs. Emmaline Gifford Mr. and Mrs. James Haas Mr. David Hanley Mr. and Mrs. Frances Hanley Mrs. Gladys Harrington Mrs. Eleanor Henry Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Hogan Mrs. Anthony Iuliucci P A T R O N S Mrs. Samuel Iuliucci Mr. and Mrs. Robert Iusi Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Killian Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Konopka Mr. and Mrs. John Koss Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas LaSarse The Loughlin Land Company Miss Joanne McGlaflin Mrs. Sadie McKee Mrs. Bina Murray Mrs. Grace Newell Miss Nancy Newell Mr. Philip Nicholson Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Nicholson Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Nicholson Mr. and Mrs. Murton Pratt Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Quattrocchi Mr. and Mrs. John Relyea Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Roberts, Jr Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Roberts, Sr Mrs. Florence Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Richard Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sarchioto Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sheehan Mrs. Daniel Sheehan Miss Margaret Smith Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith Mr. and Mrs. George Snowball Mr. and Mrs. William Strang Mrs. Folorence Suddard Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trainor Mrs. Alfarette White Mr. Clyde L. White, Jr. Miss Jane Willard Mr. and Mrs. Austin WilliamsCompliments of MR. AND MRS. _ , f| ry JOSEPH HEBERT HEBERT'S FOOD STORE Fort Edward New York ADIRONDACK FARMERS Congratulations to the Class of 1963 CO-OPERATIVE EXCHANGE, INC. NEWTON HILL CORPORATION "Quality and Service" Hardware Explosives Phone RH 7-4133 Fort Edward New York Fort Edward New York FaSt REED’S GRILL SERVICE FRED AND MARION REED 11 East Street Fort Edward ALLEN PRESS HAVEN’S TV WILLIAM E. ALLEN, Prop. Immediate Service Guaranteed on Telephone RH 7-5431 Admiral - Philco - RCA 9 Edward St. Fort Edward Broadway Fort Edward Compliments of AL’S GRILL V MIDGE AND BOB BROOKS SAVILLE’S GROCERY Fort Edward New York S S PALLET COMPANY 18 McCrea Street 30 East Street Fort Edward New York Fort Edward New York BUCKY’S SERVICE STATION Congratulations and BUCKY LEWIS - Prop. Best Wishes to the Class of '63 ELLIS’S TV RADIO AND TELEVISION ED AND JACK TOOMEY Telephone RH 7-6617 Fort Edward New York CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1963 FORT EDWARD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 'Ifaux TfcoKey Fort Edward Office GLENS FALLS NATIONAL BANK TRUST COMPANY Member of the F D I CMANHATTAN BAR Fort Edward New York BILL’S MARKET 187 Broadway Fort Edward “BUD” DOTY’S SERVICE STATION Cor. Broadway and East Street_________Fort Edward MAKE YOUR HOME COMPLETE STEVEN’S FURNITURE Main Street Hudson Falls, New York Compliments of MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM H. PERKINS Best Wishes to the Class of '63 From CHUCKIE THE BARBER CHUCK’S BARBER SHOP O’SICK’S UPTOWN GROCERY McCrea Street Fort Edward _CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1963 F rom THE INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF PULP, SULPHITE, AND PAPER MILL WORKERS WILLIAM H. BURNELL, 1st Vice-President Cornwall, Ontario S. A. STEPHENS, 2nd Vice-President Thorold, Ontario JOSEPH TONELLI 3rd Vice-President JOHN P. BURKE New York, New York President - Secretary IVOR D. ISAACSON, 4th Vice-President Los Angeles, California GODFREY J. RUDDICK, 5th Vice-President Little Rock, Arkansas Fort Edward, New York LOUIS H. LORRAIN, 6th Vice-President Montreal, Quebec ELMER P. MEINZ, 7th Vice-President JESSE W. WHIDDON, SR., OREN PARKER, 11th Vice-President 8th Vice-President Mobile, Alabama Seattle, Washington HENRY SEGAL, H. L. HANSEN, International Treasurer 9th Vice-President Fort Edward, New York Vancouver, British Columbia KEITH WENTZ, WILFRED D. GAGNON, International Auditor 10th Vice-President Hartford City, Indiana Bangor, Maine INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS - FORT EDWARD, NEW YORK  ED DURLING DURLING STUDIO DICK DURLING AND CAMERA SHOP "A Good Portrait Has Something Interesting to Say" Telephone RH 7-4663 9 Main Street Hudson Falls, N. Y.Best Wishes to the Class of 1963 JOHN R. DURKEE HOSE COMPANY No. 3, INC. (Organized January 18, 1877) Fort Edward New York LEWIS GROCERY 98 East St. Fort Edward MR. ROBERT BOWE Best Wishes for Success to the 1963 Fort Edward High Phone RH 7-4058 School Seniors MAC’S C. E. WOODCOCK, Class of '24 SERVICE STATION WOODCOCK’S PHARMACY 157 Broadway Fort Edward Upper B'way Fort EdwardCongratulations to the Graduating Class of 1963 From "FRIENDLY” JIM HAAS The Staff at "Friendly" Jim's FORT EDWARD LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY Lumber Paints Building Supplies Hardware JAMES HAAS - Prop. Telephone RH 7-5276 or RH 7-7244 80 Seminary Street Ford Edward, N. Y.STUDENT LOANS YOU MAY BORROW PER YEAR 1st Year $ 750 2nd Year $1000 3rd Year $1250 4th Year $1500 Graduate Studies $1500 Loan Made Directly to Student No Interest Charge While in School No Obligation on Parents to Repay Repayment by Student May Be Spread Over 6 Years After Graduation at Interest of Only 3% In Addition to This Loan You may qualify for a loan of $1000. per year under National Defense Student Loan Fund that is administered entirely by the colleges - with low interest rate and no interest while in school. AND. . for students who later go into Public Elementary or Secondary School Teaching, HALF of all they have borrowed is forgiven, or, to put it another way, is converted retroactively into a scholarship. This conversion takes place at the rate of 10% of the total loan per year of teaching for 5 years. TODAY. ..the high school student who passes college entrance courses cannot afford NOT to go to college. We are happy to participate in this fine program with the New York Higher Education Assistance Corp. STUDENTS ! . . STOP IN FOR AN APPLICATION as soon as you're accepted by the college of your choice INQUIRIES INVITED Telephone RH 7-3513 134 Broadway FORT EDWARD-HUDSON FALLS SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION Fort Ed”ardBest Wishes to the Graduating Class of 1963 FORT EDWARD TEACHER’S ASSOCIATION COMPLETE GRADUATION SERVICE • Class Rings • Commencement Announcements • Caps and Gowns • Medals and Awards • Diplomas • Taylor-made Yearbooks Gus, Don Bob L. G. BALFOUR CO. BENTLEY SIMON TAYLOR PUBLISHING CO. Your Representative HODGKINS OF BALFOUR Gus Hodgkins, Bob Gray, Don Nash and Jim Gerding P.o. Box 9, Schenectady, New York, Phone EXpress 3-5374 EXpress 3-8083For Complete Insurance Service SHEEHAN’S AGENCY, INC. FRANK D. SHEEHAN JOHN E. SHEEHAN 139 Broadway, Fort Edward, New York Saluting mmsmmmB— the graduating class 3JI 80TTIED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY of South Glens Falls, N. Y.Congratulations to the Class of 1963 Sandy Hill's Laboratory THE SANDY HILL IRON AND BRASS WORKS J. WALTER JUCKETT, PresidentYour path from this point on can be a rocky one, or relatively as smooth as silk. You now have the tools to build a satisfying future. It is up to you to use them effectively. The effort and determination which earned you a diploma can stand you in good stead in the years ahead. Our more than 2,300 employees in 70 offices across the nation are individuals with widely varying educational backgrounds. Those who make full use of the knowledge gained from their formal education and from on-the-job training find all they had hoped for in their careers. As an important member of the economic community in the Glens Falls area, it is our pleasure to congratulate every member of the class of 1963. May the path you choose lead to success and happiness. GLENS FALLS INSURANCE COMPANY. Glens Falls N YBEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1963 THE DECORA CORPORATION DIVISION OF THE UNITED MERCHANTS AND MANUFACTURERS, INC. Mechanic Street Fort Edward, New York THE SOUTH END GROCERY FRIEND 57 Broadway Fort Edward FORT EDWARD TAX I Compliments of ANGELO SHERRANGE - Prop. Pick-Up and Delivery THE LUNCH BOX ‘P OHC RH 7-0005 WILLIAM CULLIGAN Prop. 24-Hour Service Upper Broadway Fort EdwardMR. 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