50 years ago today
NORTH ADAMS -- A North Adams youth who has entered the Northeastern Uni ver sity College of Pharmacy as a freshman has been awarded the $200 scholarship of the Berk shire County Pharmaceu tical Association. He is Barry Less, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Less of 144 Phelps Ave. A June graduate of Drury High School, he worked for the past two years at the Sam Hirsh Drug Store Inc. on Eagle Street. NORTH ADAMS -- North ern Berkshire residents won awards at the Barrington Fair for their exhibits. Mrs. Frank Zappula of Florida won first prize for sour cucumber pickles, Florence Herrmann of Ad ams won first for sweet mixed pickles, Susanne Zappula of Drury won first for bachelor buttons and single French mar igolds, and Betty Williams of Adams won first for raspberry jam.
25 years ago today
NORTH ADAMS -- The Laundry Club, part of the new Aubuchon Hardware building complex on Union Street, provides a clean, modern atmosphere, all new equipment, and Disney videos for the youngsters while parents do the washing. Lanie Mensh of Benn ington and Sondi Scheck of Williamstown have teamed up to help city dwellers clean up their act in a bright new laundromat.
STAMFORD, Vt. -- The Stamford Valley Ladies Golf League ended the 1987 season with a banquet at the North Adams Country Club. The Driv ers, consisting of Vi Noel, Doris Mimno and Evelyn Burbage finished the season in
10 years ago today
CHESHIRE -- In Cheshire Youth Football, Cheshire blanked CYC Blue, 18-0. On offense, Eric Chipchase had another 100-yard rushing day, while Jeremy Pierce chipped in with 40 yards. Chipchase had two touchdowns while teammate Dalton Larabee had one. On defense, Matt Zieminski had eight tackles, and Larabee and Chipchase each had six.
ADAMS -- In Adams Youth Football, the Adams Jets blank ed Lanesboro, 28-0. Casey Koperniak had a big day with two touchdowns and came through on a conversion. Aus tin Alibozek made a touchdown and Doug Rosenthal made good on the two-point conversion. On defense, twins Mitch and Matt Massaconi anchored the winners.