50 years ago today
NORTH ADAMS -- Ann Clark has been named editor-in-chief of the Drury High School Academe, the school’s literary magazine. Her ap point ment to next year’s edit or ship was announced by present editor David Cohen. Miss Clark, a junior, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark of 328 Eagle St. NORTH ADAMS -- Seven St. Joseph’s High School boys will participate in the Notre Dame School Speech Festival at Fitchburg tomorrow: Ex tem poraneous speaking, Ar thur Roy and Daniel Baran; original oration, Stephen Reynes; oratorical interpretation, Francis Walsh and Charles O’Hagerty; and hu mor ous, John O’Brien and Michael Furlong.
25 years ago today
WILLIAMSTOWN -- There were no heated races or hot debates before town elections Tuesday, but there was an upset in the selectmen’s race. Paul Humora of 54 Sloan Road ousted incumbent Henry Brat cher Jr. for a three-year selectmen’s term by 39 votes.
ROWE -- Air Force Airman Michael Laffond, son of Leo nard and Cindy Laffond of Rowe, has reported for duty with the 9th Organizational Maintenance Squadron, Beale Air Force Base, Calif. Laffond is a tactical aircraft maintenance specialist.
10 years ago today
ADAMS -- The students of Adams Memorial Middle School participated in a candy fund-raiser recently, reaching the goal that was
NORTH ADAMS -- Local students will be inducted into the Xi Alpha Chapter of Phi The ta Kappa at Berk shire Com munity College. They are: Greg Alexander, Patricia Spra gue, Vishai Dhiman and David Yorke Jr. of North Adams; Jeanne Dean and Joshua Del molino of Cheshire; Lindsay Wilson of Hancock; Cheryl Er ic son of Lanesboro; and Ryan Dickinson of Williams town.