50 years ago today
NORTH ADAMS -- Three area residents will be honored during the 1962 Fall Foliage Festival. They are Dr. Arthur Ros enthal, veteran North Ad ams physician; Walter Don o van, Adams Town moderator and attorney; and L.G. Tread way, Willi amstown resident who is celebrating his 50th year in the hotel business. Dr. Ros enthal has been chosen grand marshal while Attorney Dono van and Mr. Treadway have been designated associate grand marshals. ADAMS -- Walter Matus zak, son of Anna Matuszak of 12 Clifford Lane, has been advanced to the rating of electronics technician, third class. He is stationed in the Philipine Islands at Sangley Point Naval Air Base. He enlisted in the Navy Sept. 23, 1959.
25 years ago today
NORTH ADAMS -- Drury beat Pittsfield 12-0 in junior varsity football. A 3-yard touch down run by Leo La Bonte and a 38-yard punt return by Pete Sprague for a TD accounted for Drury’s scoring. Drury defensive leaders were Tony Lee with four sacks, Jim Robare with three sacks and eight unassisted tackles, and John Vallieres with seven solo tackles.
WILLIAMSTOWN -- Ellie Carver and Pam Rosenfeld won a playoff with Laura Lesik and Chris Caney, capturing low gross honors in the Wau beeka Golf Links ladies open. The teams finished regulation play with 76. Debbie Bloom and Sue Nielson posted 79. Mabel Bright and Sue Dexter won net honors with 59,
10 years ago today
NORTH ADAMS -- In North Adams Youth Football, the North Adams Cowboys beat Lee 28-0. Jake Cantoni led the way with 110 rushing yards and three touchdowns on six carries. John MacAdoo also had a touchdown run. Adam Cottrell caught a two-point con version pass, while Kirby Williams added a two-point con version run.
NORTH ADAMS -- In North Adams Senior Football ac tion, the North Adams Raid ers defeated Lee, 45-6. Lead ing the big offensive day was Tracy Wellington with two rush ing touchdowns and one interception and Chase Shep ard with two touchdowns. James Murphy, Kevin Engwer and Seamus Flynn added points for the offense.