Agawam High School - Sachem Yearbook (Agawam, MA)

 - Class of 1957

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 Tta One 7 2, Tfltde ' S‘SaccentPamt “NO ONE IS WISE ENOUGH ALONE Into a world of greed and hope and strife, A world where good and evil war and never cease, We enter now to start another life; We leave a world of books and play and peace. We leave behind us friendships warm and true, Glad days of laughter, youth, and joyous song, Of pleasant goals achieved, of knowledge new; Fond memories that will linger deep and long. But yet with hope we face the coming years. Bright plans for future tasks and youthful schemes. We pray that life will mix the laughter with the tears, And give us friends with whom to share our dreams. Carved in our hearts like letters carved in stone, We read, “No one is wise enough alone.” — Lawrence SherlawtDecUcatio t WE, THE CLASS OF 1957, DEDICATE THIS, OUR YEARBOOK, TO WORLD FRIENDSHIP- MAY WE SEE IT THRIVE 3AdtnituApLOtiott Mr. James Clark Superintendent Mr. Frederick T. Dacey Principal Mr. Paul Langlois Guidance Directorfaculty Miss Barbara Phelps Class Advisor Yearbook Advisor English Miss Ida Moggio English Miss Eleanor Miller English Mrs. Beth Coggcshall English Miss Chrisanthc Carozi English Senior Play Advisor Mrs. Silvia Bernstein English Mrs. Dorothy Holmes Head Librarian Miss Marjorie Ward History Political Geography Mr. Richard Prattc History and Coach Mrs. Katherine Kalloch Latin and English Mrs. Phyllis Robbins Commercial Subjects Mr. Lawrence Buddington Chemistry Mr. Peter Ball Chemistry and Biology Mr. Richard Carbone Problems of Democracy Psychology Mrs. Marian Gleason Commercial Subjects Mr. Harold Clark Science Mrs. Maria Scars French Mr. Rudolpho Altobclli Commercial Subjects History Mr. David Thcodorowicz BiologyMiss Jennifer Mead Art Mr. Darcy Davis Vocal and Instrumental Music Mr. Roland Presscy Drivers Education Miss Eleanor Smith Mathematics Mr. Judson Hastings Mathematics Miss Jane Durkan Mathematics Mr. Louis Vanasse Mathematics and English Miss Emily McCormick Mathematics Mr. Henry Baker Industrial Arts Mr. John Porter Industrial Arts Mrs. Marjorie Kelly Household Arts I Mr. Harmon Smith Director of Physical Activities Miss Dorothy Hastings Physical Training Mr. Harry Lconardi Physical Education Coach Mr. David Skolnick Agriculture Mrs. Miriam Sherman Mathematics Mr. Frederick Scyocurka Geography Mrs. Elizabeth Langlois Household Arts Mr. Peter Sarantopoulis Coach SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President: Thomas Lktkndrk Secretary: Vice-President: Patricia Arnoi.d Treasurer: Judith Clark ' Gerald O’Keefe , ■w THOMAS E. LETENDRE 75 Lctcndre Avenue, Feeding Hills Tom — Sharp dresser — Romeo — cute — Hollywood, here I come!! Class Officer, President 4; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Com- mittee: Prom Usher; Graduation Usher; Class Gifts Committee; Western Mas- sachusetts Music Festival 3; Drama Club, President 4; Debating Club 3; Stu- dent Council 4; Senior Play; Operetta 3, 4; Library Staff 3; Senior Play. PATRICIA ANN ARNOLD 289 North Street, Feeding Hills Patty — Bobby — always willing to lend a hand — one of the cheerleaders — pretty hair — cute. Class Officer, Vice-President 1, 3, 4; Pro Merito, Vice-President 4; Personality Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Drama Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Debating Club 3; Senior Chorale 4; Maytime Concert 3; Operetta 3; Mirror Staff 3, 4; Library 3; Sachem Staff 4; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Kid Party Committee; Class Will Committee; Graduation Com- mittee; Senior Choralette, 3, 4; Western Mass. Music Festival 3; Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; Tri-Hi-Y Basketball 3. GERALD FRANCIS O’KEEFE Suffield Street, Agawam Gerry — Mary — pet peeve, English!!! — big tease — good athlete — per- sonality plus. Class Officer, President 1, Treasurer 4; Student Council 3; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Kid Party Committee; Graduation Usher; Class Gifu Committee; Class Colors Committee; Personality Club 1; Operetta; Mirror Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Sachem Staff; Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4. JUDITH BARBARA CLARK 28 Reed Street, Agawam Jude — Popular — sports enthusiast — friendly — all around girl. Transferred from Rhode Island in Sophomore year. Pro Merito; Class Officer, Secretary 3, 4; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Prom Usher; Kid Party Committee; Cap and Gown Committee; All State Band 3: Western Mass. Music Festival 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Sports 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4, Treasurer; Drama Club 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer; Biology Club 2; Debating Club 3; Model Congress 2, 4; Senior Coat Checkers 4; Student Council 3, Secretary 4; Vice-President 4; Maytime Concert 2, 3, 4; Mirror Staff 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3, 4; Sachem Staff; Class Hats Committee; Senior Play; Western Mass. Student Council Convention 3, 4. 9JAMES A. ARGIRO Silver Street. Agawam Jimmy — One of the boys — R R bandleader — jazz enthusiast—‘'Knuckles Argiro.” Sophomore Party Committee 3; Kid Party Committee 4; Glee Club 2; Mirror 3; Sachem Staff 4; Hockey 4; Senior Play. LOIS MAE BELVILLE 149 Maple Street, North Agawam JLois — Quiet — always friendly — George — wedding bells in June!!! Tri-Hi-Y 3. ARTHUR LYNN BILODEAU 54 Greenacre Lane, Agawam Arthur — Quiet — Always trying to sell something — Oh! those shop days. Graduation Usher; Band 1, 2, 3; Western Massachusetts Music Festival 1, 2, 3; Wood Shop Assistant 3, 4; Sachem Staff. JOAN CAROL BINNENKADE 194 Meadow Street, Agawam Bennie—Pretty hair — pals with Shirl — interest in Rainbow — full of fun. Future Nurses 4, Vice-President; Personality Club 2, 3; Scribes 3; Debating Club 2; Mirror Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Checker 4; Prom Committee; Prom Usher; Sachem Staff. BEVERLY ANN BINNS Kensington Street, Feeding Hills Bev — Bucky” — always telling jokes and laughing — champ of the 100-yard dash to lunch!! — good secretary. Pro Merito; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Personality Club 2; Mirror Staff 2; Glee Club 1; Western Massachusetts Music Festival 1; Band 1; Girls Sports 1-2; F. F. A. Sweetheart 4. JAMES J. BITGOOD 1010 Suffield Street, Agawam Jim — Quiet — accomplishes everything he sets out to do. Pro Merito; F.F.A. Basketball 1, 2, 3; F.F.A. Public Speaking Contest 1, 2, 3, 4. 10BARBARA ANN BONA VITA 55 River Road, Agawam Barb — Pretty hair — what would English classes be like without Marie? — loves to talk. Personality Club 2; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Girls’ Sports 1. MARIE A. BORGATTI 22 Wilson Street, North Agawam Bright Eyes — Tony — wedding bells — Oh those stenography classes!!!! Pro Merito; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Personality Club 2; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Mirror Staff 3, 4; All State Chorus; Glee Club 2, 3; Girls’ Sports 1, 2. WALLACE J. BUBIEN 33 High Street, Agawam Wally — sport enthusiast — curly hair — ladies’ man. Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Prom Usher; Graduation Usher; Kid Party Committee; Cap and Gown Committee; Prophecy Committee; Football 4; Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Student Council 3, 4; Captain of Patrol; Mirror Staff 4; Band 1, 3; Sachem Staff; Senior Play; Western Mas- sachusetts Student Council Convention 4. NANCY CATHERINE CANDIDO 1023 Shoemaker Lane, Feeding Hills Nance — Carm — the wild one — pretty — Oh! those eyes — devilish. Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Personality Club 2, 3; Mirror Staff; Sachem Staff; Color Guard 3, 4; May Time Concert 3, 4; Western Massachusetts Music Festival 3, 4; Senior Play. THERESA B. CARDONE 232 Elm Street, Agawam Terry — Joe — always has an answer — quiet until you get to know her — pretty eyes. Class Officer, Vice-President 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Personality Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 4; Glee Club I, 2; Operetta 1; Student Council 1, 3; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Kid Party Committee; Prophecy Committee; Sachem Staff; Mirror Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3. GERALD LOUIS CASIELLO 61 Lealand Avenue, Agawam Ger — Mr. President — ski enthusiast — great talker — all ’round. Class Officer, Treasurer 1, 3; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Prom Usher; kid Party Committee; Class Motto Committee; Prophecy Committee; Western Massachusetts Music Festival 3; Football 1, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Senior Chorale; Senior Octet; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3 ; President 4; Western Massachusetts Student Council Convention 3, 4; May- time Concert 2, 3, 4; Operetta 3, 4; Library 3; Band 2, 3, 4; President 3, 4; Sachem Staff; Junior Marshal; Chess Club 2, 4, President 4. IIJOHN FRANCIS COWLES 1370 Main Street, Agawam Johnny — Likes hockey — quiet — huh huh. Student Council 3; Hockey team 4. MARILYN DAPHNE CIMMA 14 Westford Circle, Agawam Mousie—Quiet until you get to know her — “Dad, can I have the car always ready to help. Pro Merito; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Kid Party Committee; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Personality Club 2, 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Biology Club 2, 3; Library 3, 4; Christmas Play 2; Operetta 3; Girls’ Sports 1, 2; Sachem Staff; Senior Play. EDWARD J. COLLINS 131 Southwick Street, Feeding Hills Eddy — Quiet — blushes easy. Sachem Staff. THERESA ANN CRUPI 18 Kanawha Avenue, Agawam, Mass. Little Crupe — Always Laughing — so very short — sports enthusiast. Tri-Hi-Y 3-4; Girls’ Sports 1-2-3-4. MARLENE JOAN CUSSON 76 Royal Street, North Agawam Marsh — Connie’s shadow — pint size pest —- likes Office Practice Class??? Personality Club 1, 2; TriHi-Y 3, 4; International Relations Club 3; Prom Committee 3; Junior Cabaret Committee 3; Mirror Staff 3; Graduation Usher 3; Sachem Staff; Girls’ Sports 1, 2; Senior Play. ROSE MARIE DAIGNEAULT 159 Poplar Street, Feeding Hills Rose — “Dave”—crazy driver!—always in a romantic tangle—Future Nurse. Freshman Party; Sophomore Party; Junior Cabaret; Prom Committee; Gradu- ation Usher; Kid Party; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Personality Club 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2. 3; Future Nurses 3, 4; All State Chorus; Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Western Mas- sachusetts Music Festival 2, 3, 4; Operetta 3, 4; Color Guard 3, 4; Library 3, 4; Sachem Staff; Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; Concert Chorale 4. 12DORINE R. DONATINI 532 North Street, Feeding Hill» Dor — Dino — A Westside'Jitterdoll!! — loves pizza — my green sardine can. Transferred from West Springfield High School in Junior year. Prom Com- mittee; Personality Club 4; Biology Club 3; Sachem Staff; Girls Sports 4; Prophecy Committee. WILLIAM GEORGE DEARBORN 62 Memorial Drive. Feeding Hills Bill — Big flirt—trombone player — real tall — his own car??? Transferred to Agawam from Guilford High in Conn, in his Junior year. Western Mass. Music Festival 4; Operetta 4; Band 3, 4; Senior Octet 4. ANNA MARIE DeMICHELE 63 William Street, Feeding Hills Anna — Nice complexion — future teacher — conscientious—sports minded. Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Graduation Usher; Kid Party Committee; His- tory Committee; Class Secretary 1; Senior Choralcttcs 3, 4; Western Mass. Music Festival 1, 3; Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Cheerleader; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4; Librarian 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, President 4; Personality Club 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Drama Club 4; Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 3, Recording Secretary 3; Library 3. 4; Sachem Staff 4; Class Hat Committee, Chairman 3; Delegate to Tri-Hi- Y Conference 3; Model Congress 3; Senior Play. MARIANNE R. DcPALO 15 Meadow Street, Agawam Marianne — small — one of our cheerleaders — nice voice. Personality Club 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Drama Club 4; Library 3; Sachem Staff; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cab- aret Committee; Prom Committee; Prom Usher; Kid Party Committee; Class Gifts Committee; Class Hats Committee; NOMA Delegate 4; Cheerleader 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Western Mass. Music Festival; Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3; Senior Play. LEONARD A. DcsROSIERS Suffield Street, Agawam Lenny—has his own car—friendly—Why Teachers Get Gray!!!—Westfield??? Basketball 3; Sachem Staff. ANN MARIE DESCOTEAUX 60 James Street, Feeding Hills Little Annie — always happy — likes sports — an inevitable giggle — under five feet. Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Prom Usher; Kid Party Committee; Class Gifts Committee; Senior Choralette 3, 4; Western Mass. Music Festival 3, 4; May Time Concert 3, 4; Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 4; Delegate to Tri-Hi Convention 3; Personality Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Senior Chorale 4; Future Nurses 4; Operetta 3, 4; Mirror Staff 4; Sachem Staff; Senior Play. 13ANNE MARIE DUBIA 11 Brookline Avenue, Feeding Hills Amazon Annie — Quiet — always seen with Ruthie and Marilyn—Eddie — has pretty hair. Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Prom Usher; Personality Club 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Camera Club 3, Treasurer; Future Nurses Club 3. 4, Vice-President 3, Corresponding Secretary 4; Library 4; Sachem Staff; Senior Play. MICHAEL EGAN 27 Wilson Street, Agawam Beak — Rink-rat at the Coliseum—hockey player — shy. Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Kid Party Committee; Hockey Team 4; Basket- ball 1; Mirror Staff 3; Senior Play; Track 4; Western Mass. Music Festival 1. 1274 Suffield Street, Agawam Marianne — Our majorette leader—likes to dance—future baton leader—Joe. Glee Club 1, 2; Maytime Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Leader 4; Western Massachusetts Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club and Band Concert 1, 2; Girls’ Chorus 1, 2; Girls’ Sports 1. WILLIAM FEARN 129 Cooley Street, North Agawam Billy — Freckles — always smiling — Miss Miller’s boy — devilish!! F. F. A. Basketball 1, 2, 3; F. F. A. Public Speaking Contest 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM ARNOLD GAZAR Bill — The silent type — blushes easily — loves English class??? Band 1; Music Festival 1; Senior Play. DOROTHY ANN GIROTTI 85 Cooley Street, North Agawam Dort — Tommy — my kitty Tiger — big flirt — loves to dramatize. Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Prom Usher; Kid Party Committee; Person- ality Club 2, 3; Mirror Staff 2, 3, 4; Sachem Staff; Operetta Usher 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Sports 1; Senior Play Committee. 79 Ottawa Street, North Agawam MARY SUSAN FARINA 14MARY K. GLOWGOWSKI 33 Seymour Avenue. Agawam Mary — Ed — to always go steadily — nice personality — pet peeve “Richie — pretty hair — cute. Pro Merito; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Graduation Usher; Kid Party Commit- tee; History Committee; Sachem Staff; Mirror Staff 2; Operetta Usher; Girls’ Sports 2, 3; Glee Club; Personality Club 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Class Banquet Committee. EDMUND W. GOVONI Pooch — Mary — outstanding athlete — always seen with “Charlie”. Freshman Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Usher; Proph- ecy Committee; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; Band 1; Sachem Staff. CHARLES A. GRASSO Meadow Street, Agawam Charlie — Lee — “mighty mite” — cute — “don’t tell my girl!!' Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Kid Party Committee; Class Gifts Committee; Hockey Team 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Track 2; Baseball 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Sachem Staff 4. RICHARD THOMAS GRAY 42 Emerson Road, Agawam Richie — Quiet — big tease — blushes easily — likes to fish. Prom Usher 3; Camera Club 1, 2; Biology Club 2. MARY ANN GRASSETTI 47 Cooper Street, Agawam Speedy — “Have you got a piece of gum” — always ready to help — “Pepsi, anyone” Transferred from Cathedral High School in Freshman Year; Freshman Party; Sophomore Party; Junior Cabaret; Prom Committee; Kid Party; Junior Red Cross 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Personality 2, 3; Glee Club 3; Biology Club 2; Library 3, 4; Sachem Staff; Operetta 3; Christmas Play 2; Senior Play. BEVERLY JEAN GRANT 1701 Main Street, Agawam Bev — pretty and slender — one of our singing cheerleaders — neat dresser. Personality Club 1, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3; International Relations Club 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 4; Student Council 3; Sachem Staff; Junior Marshal; Freshman Party Committee; Soph- omore Party Committee; Prom Committee; Prom Usher; Class Colors Com- mittee; Senior Play; Freshman Cheerleader; Cheerleader 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 15BARBARA ANN GUIDETTI 210 Leonard Street. Agawam Barb — i it Carnegie Hall or skating in the Olympics? — sporty dresser — likes to laugh. I. R. C. 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Accompanist 2. 3, 4; Operetta 3. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Personality 2, 3, 4; Music Festival 3, 4; Senior Play Committee; Debating Society 3; Valentine Dance Committee; Girls’ Sports 2. 3. 4; Scribes 4, Secretary-Treasurer; Senior Octet; Concert Chorale; Senior Play. HAROLD H. GUIDI 189 Springfield Street, Feeding Hills Betty — Big tease— always smiling — nice dancer. Freshman Party; Sophomore Party; Library 4; Football 1, 4. ANDREW JAMES HALLOCK 940 Main Street, Agawam Andy — Cars — friendly — our tuba player — Oh! that hot rod. Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Kid Party Committee; Class Will Committee: Western Massachusetts Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4; Sachem Staff; Senior Play. JUDITH E. HARRISON 318 Shoemaker Lane, Agawam Judy — Quiet??? — loves to sleep and eat — thinks her car is a jet. Tri-Hi-Y 3; Personality Club 3, 4, 5; Biology Club 3; International Relations Club 3, 4; Girls’ Sports 1, 3. IRMGARD E. HARTWIG 96 Royal Lane, North Agawam Tiny — Judy’s conscience — Air Force guys beware!! — Let’s drag um Judy” Personality Club 3; Girls’ Sports 1. RUTH CAROLINE HASTINGS 155 North West Street, Feeding Hills Ruthie—Fun to be with—good worker—dimples—Oh! those Bermuda shorts. Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Kid Party Com- mittee; Girls’ Sports 2; Western Massachusetts Music Festival 1, 2; Maytime Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Sachem Staff; Senior Play. 1«LAWRENCE WELLS HATCH Scantio Road, Hampden Larry—Future Fanner—Hard worker—quiet!!—capable F.F.A. Vice-President. F.F.A. Basketball 2: F.F.A. Public Speaking Contest 4: Chairman: F.F.A. Vice-president. CHRISTOPHER ALAN HODGES 817 Main Street. Agawam Chris — “Judy” — very nice — likes the outdoors and Indians — big tease. Pro Merito; Student Council 3; Junior Cabaret Committee; Kid Party Com- mittee; Class Will Committee; Football 3; I. R. C. 3; Operetta. RICHARD WAYNE HOWLETT Riverside Drive, Hampden Richie — Quiet — blushes — one of our Future Fanners. F. F. A. Sentinel 4; F. F. A. Basketball 1. ROBERT W. JAMES 73 Cosgrove Avenue, Agawam Jessie — Seen at Riverside — always full of fun — has his own car — Pat!!! Freshman Party Committee; Library 4; Audio-Visual Aids 1; Senior Play. SHIRLEY ELSIE JOHNSON Main Street, Agawam Shirt — Good bookkeeper — friendly — has her own car — drives??? Pro Merito; Mirror Staff; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Personality Club 2; Senior Coat Checker. JACQUELENE DIANNE JONES 20 Hastings Street, Feeding Hills Jackie — Andy — cute — cool convertible — West Island, here I come. Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Prom Usher; Kid Party Com- mittee; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Personality Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Sachem Staff; Senior Coat Checkers; Operetta 4; Tri-Hi-Y Choir 3; Glee Club 4; Maytime Concert 2, 3, 4; Western Massachusetts Music Festival 3, 4; Girls’ Sports 2; Senior Play. 17KATHRYN N. KASPER Walnut Street Agawam Kathy — Chip—Oh! to have a high school sweetheart—pretty- -nice dresser. Mirror Staff 3; Sachem Staff; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Personality Club 1; Future Nurses 4. BRENDA F. KERBER 79 Carr Avenue, Agawam B. K. — Sonny — cute — one of the girls — likes a variety — mischievous. Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junio» Cabaret; Prom Committee; Prom Usher; Western Massachusetts Music Festival 3, 4; Girls’ Sports 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Personality Club 2, 3; Color Guard 3, 4; Senior Coat Checker 3; Maytime Concert 3, 4; Sachem Staff 4; Tri-Hi Basketball 2; Tri-Hi Choir 3. EDWARD F. KING 1181 Springfield Street, Agawam Ed — Future First National Manager — owns his own car — “Sky King”. Camera Club 1, 2, 3; Biology Club 2. HERBERT CHARLES LABB 573 So. West Street, Feeding Hills Herbie — Quiet, till you get to know him — quiz kid!! — willing to try any- thing once — hard worker. Pro Merito 4; Boys State Representative; Student Council 1, 3; Class Motto Committee; International Relations Club 4; Camera Club 4. RICHARD JOHN LABUN Richy — Good sport — always willing to help — did you forget to renew your license???? Operetta 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; second prize in Science Fair 2, 3. CELINE G. LA FLEUR 14 Washington Avenue, Agawam Celiney — Quiet??? — future nurse — ready with a smile — neat and proper. Freshman Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Usher; Kid Party Committee; History Committee; Class Hats Committee; Junior Red Cross; Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Personality Club 2, 3, 4; Inter- national Relations Club; Drama Club 4, Secretary 4; Class Colors Committee; Biology Club 2; Debating Club 3, Corresponding Secretary 3; Future Nurses 3, 4, President 3, 4; Senior Coat Checker; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Delegate to Western Mass. S. C. Convention 2, 3; Library 4; Mirror Staff 2, 3, 4; Sachem Staff; Senior Play. 81 Randall Street, North Agawam 18JANE ANN LANDERS 89 Hall Street. Feeding Hills Jane — Bili — loads of fun to be with — giggler. Personality Club 2: International Relations Club 3. 4; Glee Club I; Library Club 3. 4; Girls’ Sports 1, 2. ROBERT A. LANGEVIN 38 Oak Street. Feeding Hills Puffer — Interested in cars — rest period — chemistry!!! — future mechanic. PAUL McLAREN LANGLOIS Cooper Street, Agawam Mackie — Rosy cheeks — bashful — math whiz. Prom Usher; Western Massachusetts Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Football, Man- ager 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Biology Club 2, 3; Senior Octet 3, 4; Pro Merito, President 4; Operetta 4; Senior Play; Mirror Staff 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. WALTER T. LETELLIEK 186 Maple Street, Agawam Tex — Audio Visual Aids Man — lots of hair — joker — you always know when he’s around. Football 3; Camera Club 1, 2; Library; Sachem Staff; Audio-Visual Aids 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4. RICHARD ANTHONY LETENDRE 345 North Street, Feeding Hills Ricky — Shy.— ardent hockey fan — likes to tease. Camera Club 4; Sachem Staff; History Committee; Senior Play; Band I; Western Mass. Music Festival 1; Basketball 1; Hockey 4; Senior Play. ROBERT JAMES LIPTAK 50 Kensington Street, Feeding Hills Bob — Wild women and ears!! — rugged defenseman — likes to talk. Hockey Team 4; Audio-Visual Aids 1; Camera Club 4. Secretary and Treas- urer; Band 1. 2; Western Mass. Music Festival 1, 2; Graduation Usher 3; Sachem Staff. 19THOMAS RAYMUN LOUER 141 Lealand Avenue. Agawam Tom— On the ball—future engineer—bashful?—math and vocabulary whiz. Transferred from New York in Junior year. Pro Merito: Class Motto Com- mittee; Class Gifts Committee; Student Council 4. RAYMOND FRANK LUCIA 777 Silver Street, Feeding Hills Luc — Quiet — pals with Tom and Eddie — has his own car. Football 1, 2, 3. GERALD T. MAGISTRI 107 Franklin Street Gerry — Mischievous — loves pizza — anti-homework. Sachem Staff. JOYCE MARIE MARIEB 9 Mooreland Street, Feeding Hills Joyce — Witty — great in sports — hard worker — bright future. Pro Merito; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Graduation Usher; Kid Party Com- mittee; Cap and Gown Committee; Class Will Committee; Junior Red Cross 1, 3; Girlsr Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, Secretary 4, Presi- dent; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Chaplain; Personality Club 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 3; Student Council 4; Mirror Staff 3, 4; Sachem Staff; D. A. R. Representative; Senior Play. BARBARA MARSIAN 22 Valentine Street, Agawam Barb — Pretty — editor — among the top ten — golden blonde hair. Pro Merito; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Kid Party Committee; Cap and Gown Committee; Graduation Committee; All State Chorus 4; Senior Choralettes 3, 4; Western Mass. Music Festival 1, 3, 4; Girls’ Sports 1, 3, 4; Majorettes 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Personality Club 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club 4; Drama Club 4, Treasurer; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Scribes 4, President; Color Guard 3, 4; Senior Chorale 4; Senior Coat Checker 4; Student Council 4; Operetta 1, 3, 4; Mirror Staff 2, 3, Assistant Editor 4, Editor-in-Chief; Sachem Staff 4. LEON JOSEPH MASSA 515 Franklin Street. Agawam Leech — Always seen at Lincoln — good dancer — smart dresser. Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Kid Party Committee; Western Mass. Music Festival 1; Football 1, 2; Glee Club 1,2; Operetta 1; Sachem Staff. 20BRENDA JOYCE McCULLOUGH 113 Cooley Street, North Agawam Bren — Freckle — pal with Flora — hard to please. International Relations Club 1, 2, 3; Personality Club 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Glee Club 1; Sachem Staff; Girls’ Sports 1, 2. PETER ROBERT MAZZAFERRO Mill Street, Agawam Peachy — “Gung Ho” — U.S.M.C. Recruiter — a ready smile. Prom Committee 3; Kid Party Committee 4; Football 1, 4; Glee Club 1; Band 1; Sachem Staff 4. JOSEPH FRANCIS McBRIDE 349 Pine Street, Feeding Hills Joe — Oh, those Friday nights!! — full of fun — dimples — good sport. Graduation usher; Camera Club 4; Senior Play. ROSEMARY LOUISE MASSA 515 Franklin Street, Agawam Messy — Great dancer — friendly — potentiality — full of fun. Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Kid Party Committee; Prophecy Committee; Western Massachusetts Music Festival 3; Girls’ Sports 1, 2. 3, 4; Personality Club 2, 3; Glee Club 2. 3. 4; Biology Club 2, 3; Senior Play. CAROL ANNE MELANSON Main Street, Agawam Rocky — Pete — diamond in June — always laughing — a good athlete. Operetta 3; Glee Club 3; Girls’ Sports 3. ROBERTA ELEANOR MENARD 45 Southwick Street, Feeding Hills Bobbie — Billie — cute and sweet — Oh! those jokes — full of fun. Transferred from Westfield High School end of Freshman year. Sophomore Party Committee; Prom Committee; Kid Party Committee; Girls’ Sports 2; Personality Club 2; Sachem Staff.RICHARD MILLS 53 Ridge Avenue. Agawam Dick — “Carolyn — has his own car — the mighty hunter — such muscles! Biology Club 2; Audio Visual Aids 1,2. 3. 4. AGNES MAE MITCHELL 260 Elm Street. Agawam Aggie — Freckles — good in sports — great talker. Kid Party Committee; Cap and Gown Committee; Western Mass. Music Festival 3. 4; Girls’ Sports I, 2. 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; International Relations Club 4; Color Guard 3. 4; Senior Coat Checker; May time Concert 3, 4; Library 4; Mirror Staff 3, 4; Sachem Staff; Senior Play. BEVERLY ANN MOCCIO 221 Rowley Street, Agawam Bev — Quiet — crazy driver — likes to cat — Pat?? Freshman Parly Committee; Kid Party Committee; Personality Club 2; Inter- national Relations Club 2; Mirror Staff 2; Sachem Staff. EDMUND L. MONAHAN 32 Northwood Street, Feeding Hills Eddie — Active in Youth Fellowship — always a smile — Oh, that red hair — likes to have fun. Camera Club 2, 3; Biology Club 2, 3; Sophomore Party Committee. MONA MARIE MORETTI 135 Cooper Street, Agawam Moe — Hard worker — music lover — sweet voice — a leader. Class President 3; Student Council 3, 4; Personality Club 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3; International Relations Club 4; Biology Club 2, 3, President 2, 3; Drama Club 4, Vice-President 4; Scribes 4; Mirror Staff; Sachem Staff; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Kid Party Committee; Class Song Committee; Class Will Com- mittee; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Western Mass. Music Festival 3, 4; Senior Chor- alettes 3, 4; Senior Chorale 4; Maytime Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Operetta 3, 4; All State Chorus 4; Band, Color Guard 3, 4; Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 4; Senior Play; Christmas Play 1, 4. WILLIAM JAMES MROSZ, JR. 246 Elm Street, Agawam Bill — Another mighty hunter—loves English???—nice dancer—good artist. Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Prom Usher; Kid Party Committee; Biology Club 2; Library 4; Leader Corps ; Sachem Staff; Hockey Team; Track 2, 3, 4. 22JEAN ALICE MURPHY 30 Gale Street. Feeding Hills Jean — Good student — friendly — excellent librarian. Pro Merito: Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee: Junior Cabaret Committee; Kid Party Committee; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Personality Club 2; International Relations Club 2. 3, 4; President 4; Library 3. 4; Western Mas- sachusetts Music Festival I, 4; Maytime Concert 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2. 3. 4; Sachem Staff; Senior Play. PAUL RICHARD MYERS 17 Hall Street. Feeding Hills Paul — Chess player — quiet — trig class!!! gentleman. Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; International Relations Club 3, 4; Senior Play; Sachem Staff; Chess Club 4. FLORA JANE OTTO Flora — Dave — pals with Brenda and Shirley — always ready to help. Sophomore Party Committee; Girls’ Sports 1; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Personality Club 2; International Relations Club 2, 3; Sachem Staff. JOHN FRANCIS PHILLIPS 870 Main Street, Agawam Jackie — Cute — Oh! that car — bashful — baby blue eyes. Class Treasurer 1; Biology Club 2; Sachem Staff; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Prom Usher; Band 1; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 2; Hockey Team 4; Senior Play. EUGENE CHARLES POGGI 219 High Street, Nqfth Agawam Gene — Neat dresser — always in the Library. Freshman Party Committee; Sachem Staff; Band 1; Basketball 3; Baseball 3; Football 4; Hockey Team 4; Senior Play. SHIRLEY BAKER POND Leonard Street, Agawam Shoosh — Richie—one of our cheerleaders—Oh! that temper—nice and tall. Freshman Parly Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Graduation Usher; Kid Party Committee; Senior Choralcttcs; Western Massachusetts Music Festival 1. 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3. 4; Majorettes 2. 3; Cheerleader 4; Future Teachers Club 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Personality Club 2, 3. 4; Drama Club 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Debating Club 2, 3; Student Council 2; Senior Play; Maytime Concert 2; Operetta 1. 2; Mirror Staff 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Sachem Staff 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y Basketball; Tri-Hi-Choir; Drum Majorette. 21 River Street, Agawam 23WILLIAM K. PONUSKY 54 Cleveland Street, Feeding Hills Billy —- Black wavy hair — girls, girls and more girls — future Navy man — always seen at Johnny’s. Football 1; Baseball 2; Sachem Staff; Ski Club 2; Senior Play Committee. PATRICIA ANN PORTER 12 Autumn Street, Agawam Pat — Sociable — always has a friendly word for everyone — short and sweet. Transferred from Commerce in Junior Year. Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Class Gifts Committee; Junior Red Cross 4; Library Staff 3; Sachem Staff. GRETCHEN ANNA PRELLWITZ 861 Main Street, Agawam Gret — Loquacious — neat dresser — ski fan — ardent reader. Pro Merito; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Kid Party Committee; Class Hats Committee; Graduation Com- mittee 3; Tri-Hi-Y Basketball 3; Tri-Hi-Y Convention 3; Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4; Personality Club 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Drama Club 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; President 4; Debating Club 2, 3; Student Council 4; Library 3; Mirror Staff 2, 3, 4; Sachem Staff; Senior Play. SHIRLEY LORRAINE PROVOST 25 High Street, Agawam Shirl — Always seen with Flora and Brenda — wants a diamond — John. Junior Red Cross 2; Girls’ Sports 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Personality Club 2; Inter- national Relations Club 2; Mirror Staff 2; Sachem Staff; Senior Play. ROGER NORTON REYNOLDS 799 Silver Street, Feeding Hills Known as Alfie — Good skater—pet peeve, Dawn—Oh those problem classes. Drama Club 4; Glee Club 4; Senior Octet; Operetta 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; West- ern Massachusetts Music Festival 1, 3; Audio-Visual Aids 2; Library 3-4; History Committee. SANDRA BRENDA SA1TTO 67 Southwick Street, Feeding Hills ‘‘Sandy”—Clever with the brush—fashion expert—enthusiastic worker—smart. Pro Merito; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Prom Usher; Graduation Usher; Kid Party Committee; Art Committee (Year Book); Junior Red Cross 2; Girls’ Sports 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Personality Club 2, 3; International Relations Club 4; Camera Club 2, Secretary 3, Secretary; Biology Club 2, Secretary; Scribes 4; Future Nurses 3; Library 3, 4; Mirror Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Sachem Staff; Senior Play. 24LAWRENCE A. SHERLAW 66 So. Westfield Street, Feeding Hills Larry—Big tease—easy to get along with—has nice sense of humor—hard worker. Pro Merito 4; Hockey Team 4; International Relations Club 4; Camera Club 3, 4, President; Scribes, Librarian 4; Graduation Usher 3; Class Gifts Com- mittee; Class Poem; Western Mass. Music Festival 1, 2; Senior Octet; Operetta 4; Band 1,2; Sachem Staff; Glee Club 3, 4. LINDA ANN SLATE 71 Maynard Street, Feeding Hills Slats — Jimmy — always seen at Riverside — that laugh — Marie’s pal. Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Girls’ Sports 1, 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Personality Club 2; Glee Club 1; Mirror Staff 1; Sachem Staff. SONJA M. SCHMIDT 1028 River Road, Agawam Sonja — Quiet — good student — always smiling. Pro Merito; Kid Party Committee; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Personality Club 2; Biology Club 2. RICHARD L. SIMPSON 1159 River Road, Agawam Simp — Actor — red hair — keen sense of humor — brilliant. Pro Merito; Cap and Gown Committee; Class Will Committee; Track 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Concert Chorale 4; Senior Octet 4; Student Council 4; Operetta 4; Audio-Visual Aids 1,2; Senior Play. KAREN SONJA SJOSTROM 128 No. Westfield Street, Feeding Hills Connie — Larry — what a temper!!! — loves to argue. Tri-Hi-Y 4; Personality Club 2; Future Nurses 3; Biology Club 1; Kid Party Committee 4; Prom Committee 3; Western Massachusetts Music Festival 3; Band 3, 4; Sachem Staff 4. BARBARA JANE SLIECH 1060 Shoemaker Lane, Feeding Hills Barb — Natural curly hair — likes to play poker — likes to drive. Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Personality Club 2; Junior Red Cross 4; Mirror Staff 2; Library 2, 3; Sachem Staff; Western Mas- sachusetts Music Festival 1; Glee Club 1, 2. 25RICHARD G. STEEVES Carmon Avenue, Feeding Hills Dick — Curly hair — flirt — likes mistlc-toe. Freshman Party Committee; Operetta 4; Senior Octet 4. JOSEPH CHARLES STEIN 160 Silver Street, Agawam Joe — Quiet— gentleman — baseball fan — makes friends easily. Transferred from Long Island, N. Y. Baseball 4; Biology Club. Anthony Street, Agawam Judy — Pretty red tresses — willing worker — “Where’s the party?” — class youngest. Pro Merito; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Kid Party Committee; Senior Chor- alctte 3, 4; Western Mass. Music Festival 3, 4; Girls’ Sports 1, 2. 3, 4; Tri- Hi-Y 3, 4; Personality Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 4. Ski Club 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Scribes 4, Vice-President 4; Senior Chorale 4; Operetta 3, 4; Operetta Usher 2; Mirror Staff 2, 3, 4; Sachem Staff; Senior Play. LUCILLE P. STOLL 50 School Street, Agawam Louie — So sweet and innocent!!—loves to bop—constantly talking—always fighting with Eddie. Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Kid Party Committee; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Person- ality Club 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 4; Sachem Staff; Football Programs 4; Girls’ Sports 1, 2. CATHERINE J. SULLIVAN 253 Leonard Street Cathy — Curly hair — roscy complexion — smooth dancer — quiet. Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Kid Party Committee; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Personality Club 2, 3; Debating Club 2; Sachem Staff. CAROLYN RUTH THOMPSON 103 Cooper Street. Agawam Carolyn — “Dickie” — brain child — always at church — future Minister. Transferred from Classical High in Junior Year. Pro Merito; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Kid Party Committee; Class Song Committee; Class Will Committee; Personality Club 3, 4; International Relations Club 4; Drama Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Scribes 3, 4; Library 4; Senior Choralettcs 3, 4; Western Massachusetts Music Festival 3, 4; Concert Chorale 4; Maytime Concert 3; Operetta 3, 4; Band 3; Voice of Democracy Winner 4; Betty Crocker Homemaker Award 4; National Merit Scholarship Finalist 4; Christ- mas Play 4; Sachem Staff. 26IRENE CAROL WEST 349 Springfield Street, Agawam Irene — Buzzy — pixie hair cut — Mr. Langlois’ helper — sophisticated. Pro Merito; Freshman Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Usher; Graduation Usher; Prophecy Committee; Class Officer 1, Secretary; Girls’ Sports 1, 2; Western Massachusetts Music Festival 2; All State Chorus; Future Teachers Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Personality 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Op- eretta 1; Mirror Staff 1,2; Sachem Staff. JUDITH MARIE WHITE 72 Homer Street, Feeding Hills Judy — Ray — platinum hair — loves to bop — uncontrollable laugh. Freshman Party Committee; sophomore Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Personality Club 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Senior Play Committee. CYNTHIA ANN TRICINELLA 24 Highland Avenue, Agawam Cyn — Smart dresser — clever with words — future Co-Ed — outspoken. Pro Merito Secretary-Treasurer; Girls' State 3; Student Council 3; Personality Club 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; International Relations Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 4; Scribes 4; Sachem Staff; Library 3, 4; Freshman Party Committee; Sopho- more Party Committee; Junior Cabaret Committee; Prom Committee; Kid Party Committee; Senior Play; Girls’ Chorus I; Maytime Concert 1; Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3; Tennis 4; Christmas Play 4; Senior Play. THOMAS A. TRANGONE 77 Reed Street, Agawam Tom — Good dancer — one of the boys — likes sports. Freshman Party Committee 1; Sophomore Party Committee 2; Junior Cab- aret Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Kid Party Committee 4; Hockey Team 4; Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3; Glee Club I; Library 3; Sachem Staff 4; Senior Play; Baseball 4. JUDITH LOUISE WARREN 119 Albert Street, Agawam Judy — Chris — so very short —always willing, to help — future teacher. Prom Committee 3; Prom Usher 3; Kid Party Committee: Cap and Gown Committee; Class Gifts Committee; Western Massachusetts Music Festival 3; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4; Personality Club 2; Biology Club 1; Glee Club 3, 4; Senior Octet, Accompanist 4; Operetta 4; Color Guard 3, 4. ARNOLD MATZ 41 Belmont Avenue, Feeding Hills Arnold — A knowledge of five languages — born in Europe — interesting to talk to — nice to have around. Transferred from Technical High. Graduation Usher. 27Wallace Bubien Football Mirror, mirror on the wall, Give little Wally a new football. Andrew Hallock Grease Gun To make sure Andy’s having fun, We’ll just give him a new grease gun. Charles Grasso Wig Because he is so proud of his hair, A wig for Charlie to keep his there. Richard Steeves Cigar Because you like to smoke and puff. This big cigar should be enough. Irene West A Poodle To be a sophisticated gal, A poodle for a perfect pal. Richard Letendre Glasses For a lovely girl you really should sec, A. pair of glasses is a necessity. Barbara Guidetti Sheet Music This sheet music you can transpose Into something you wish to compose. William Fearn Tires When you take off in a cloud of dust, This set of tires is really a must. Barbara Marsian Perfume With this bottle of bait, You will find the perfect mate. Mary Farina Baton When you lead the band in a song. Use this baton to help you along. Mary Ann Grassetti Bubble Gum Gum you arc never without; Chew this gum day in and day out. Ruth Hastinos Cookbook When you forget the ways of cooking, Open this cookbook and start looking. Edmund Monahan Teddy Bear We give you this red teddy bear, To match the color of your hair. Richard Simpson Oscar As an actor you will probably succeed; An Oscar for you; that's what you need. Paul Myers Eraser In case you are ever troubled by math. You’ll need an eraser to smooth your path. Herbert Labb Slide Rule To be a flash in any school, All you need is a slide rule. Roger Reynolds Book Because you like to read, A book is what you need. Judith Warren Chris-co When you start your future in home- making, You'll need this to start your baking. Marie Borcatti Alarm Clock Take our advice; Use this device. Anne Marie Dubia Notebook If you keep this notebook near. You can write whatever you hear. Joyce Marieb Ruler To keep your students under control, This ruler will play the perfect role. Edmund Govoni Mary-go-round In case an amusement park can’t be found. We give you your private Mary-go- round. Sandra Saitto Penny Since an artist you wish to be. Here’s a penny to help pay your tuition fee. Ann Descoteaux Brute Because you are so sweet and cute, We give to you this handsome brute. Joseph Stein Map In case you have trouble in getting aroun’ We give you a map of our fair town. Dorothy Girotti Car Take this car and drive it slow, If on a trip you wish to go. Brenda Kerber Suitcase Take our advice, please take heed. For this suitcase you will surely need. 28Beverly Grant Suit of Clothes We give to you this suit of clothes. For a good appearance in front of your beaux. Rosemary Massa Rubber Band If your hair starts to fly. This will keep it out of your eye. Brenda McCullouoh Sorority Pin In the sorority to which you belong, This pin will help you get along. Walter Letbllier Film With this film you need no excuse, To keep your camera in constant use. Richard Mills Umbrella In case you’re in trouble and out in the rain, Dryness, this umbrella will help you obtain. William Gazar T Square An architect needs a T square, To draw a straight line with special care. Leon Massa Toy Horse Now you can start your private track; Take in a lot of fresh new jack. Robert James Six Shooter To be like Jesse and have some fun, You need a silver plated gun. Thomas Trongone Hair Brush When your hair doesn’t look so great, Use this brush to keep it straight. Thomas Letendre Rolling Pin When you get married and she gets cross, Pick this up and say “I’m the boss.” Flora Otto Knee Socks If in the winter you can’t keep warm, Wear these socks to weather the storm. Gerald Casiello Scissors For anything you wish to cut, Take these scissors and limber up. Dorine Donatini Flashlight To find your way in the night. Use this handy flashlight. Patricia Porter Jewelry Box To keep the collection of rings at home, Take this box and don’t let ’em roam. Carol Melanson Diary This is a diary for you alone, To write down your thoughts, so they’ll never be known. Theresa Cardone Paintbrush A gift for you is an easy chore. For a career in art we know you’d adore. Lucille Stoll Record When you feel so low and blue, We leave this record to help cheer you. Beverly Binns Notebook When you leave school and start to work, We know you’ll make an excellent clerk. Nancy Candido Bell When you arrive early in the morning, Use this bell to sound the warning. Richard Gray Shoe Polish To keep your shoes shining bright, Use this stuff every night. Christopher Hodoes Date with Judy A date we leave with no regrets, With the hope for the best time yet. Thomas Loubr Radio Tube To help you in your future career, We hope you keep this very near. Joan Rinnenkade Comb Because your hair is shiny and bright, We leave you this comb to keep it right. Judith Clark Chicklets To Judy we leave this gum, The name reminds us of her chum. Marianne De Palo Stilt To boost you higher every day, This stilt will help you on your way. Judith Harrison Vitamin Pill To you we leave these vitamin pills, To cure you of your many ills. Richard Howlett Plow When the days are long and sunny, Use this plow and make some money. Shirley Pond Pen To record the greatest part of your knowledge, Use this pen while away at college. Jacqueline Jones Cadillac In case you haven’t got the jack, We leave you a new Cadillac. Robert Liptak Patent of Pufferonium Because you run wild with pande- monium, We leave you this Patent of Puffer- onium. John Cowles Pencil As an artist you arc good indeed, A sharp pencil will help you succeed. Peter Mazzaferro Razor Blades Because your beard is very thick, These razor blades will do the trick. Edward Kino Gas In case your Chevy hasn’t any pep, Just pour in this gas and you’ll be hep. Mona Moretti Address Book When you leave for college soon, This address book will be a boon. Harold Guidi Agreement Because your differences are so petty, We give you this mutual agreement with Betty. 29James Aroiro Accordion An accordion you can surely play. So practice on this every day. Arthur Bilodeau Wood On this wood you can cut and plane, But please don’t go against the grain. Richard Labun Testube Use this test tube to heat and boil; Maybe you’ll find a new use for oil. Irmaoard Hartwio Ear Plugs In case those telephones get you down, Use this and work without a frown. Theresa Crupi Whistle In case sports begin to get rough, Blow this whistle and get tough. Judith White Airplane If somewhere you wish to go in a hurry, This will be faster than a surrey. Rosemarie Daioneault Pep-up-pills To cure your patients of their ills, We leave you this bottle of pcp-up-pills. Marilyn Cimma Pillow In case you want to take a rest, This puffy pillow will serve you best. Anna Marie Demichele Stationery If you happen to be far away, U,se this stationery every day. Shirley Johnson Car Jack When you’re out in the dark and you get stuck, Use this Jack and it won’t cost you a buck. William Dearborn Drum A calypso artist can’t keep mum; Bang your heart out on this drum. Michael Eoan First Aid Kit In hockey you must throw a fit; You’ll surely need a first aid kit. William Ponusky Hat Soon you’ll be riding the high seas; You’ll need a hat so you won’t freeze. Gerald Maoestri Gas To keep your car from being slow, You’ll need some gas to make it go. Robert Lanoevin Motor We all know your car is hot. But maybe it’s a motor you ain’t got. Paul Lanolois Excuse You wander around so free and loose; All you need is a simple excuse. Leonard Des Rosiers Signal If your car ever lets you down, Use this signal so you’ll be found. Arnold Matz Book When you’re wondering what to do. Open this book and take a look through. Roberta Menard Picture To replace the friends you’re leaving now, You have a steady one, and Howe! Lawrence Hatch Chicken We give you this chicken that will help Hatch, Of little chickens, a great big batch. Aones Mitchell Powder When your nose gets shiny and redder, Use this powder to make it bedder. Joseph McBride Bank Your future we will insure; With this bank you’ll feel secure. William Mrosz Sky Hook To help you get up high on the bar, This sky hook you can hook on a star. Euoene Poooi Car Because you have trouble in getting a ride, Transportation this car will provide. Lawrence Sherlaw Hot Rod You’re one of Agawam’s future stars, In the field of fixing souped-up cars. Marlene Cusson Diet This is something you don’t need, So don’t diet, please take heed. Beverly Moccio Calendar To keep your dates clear, Keep this calendar near. Gretchen Prellwitz Fan In your search for the perfect man, Just peck out from behind this fan. Shirley Provost Spatula Because you like to cook and bake, We leave you this handy keepsake. Judith St. Jean Thimble Because we know you like to sew, You’ll need this; that we know. Sonja Schmidt Noisemaker Because you are quiet and don’t make a sound, This will help us know that you’re around. Carolyn Thompson Dictionary If you are at a loss for a word. Just look it up and make yourself heard. Karen Sjostrom Chain If your old chain begins to wear out, We give you this new one so you won’t be without. Linda Slate Pencils As a secretary you’ll be dandy; Keep these pencils sharp and handy. Katherine Sullivan Skates Because you roller skate like a feather, We give you these to save shoe leather. John Phillips Nurse For a dentist’s office to be complete, He needs a nurse so nice and sweet. 301 Cynthia Tricinella Camera To continue your photographic career. You can take picture all through the year. Celine LaFleur Horn For people who arc so very quiet, Here’s a horn for Celine to start a riot. James Bitcood Tractor Every farm needs some machinery, A tractor for you to improve the scenery. Patricia Arnold Bobby Pin We thought of Bob, we thought of you, But a bobby pin was the best we could do. Katherine Kasper Car A brand new car to call your own, So he won’t have to take you home. Raymond Lucia Body Sheen To keep your car shining and clean, We leave to you this body sheen. Barbara Sliech Gum For every package of gum you chew, A new surprise will come to you. Lois Bellville Sewing Basket Here’s something for you to do, While you wait for him to come to you. Edward Collins Horn Toot this horn, Ed, loud and clear, So we’ll all know that you are here. Mary Glowcowski Eddie Pin To you we give this Eddie Pin, To help keep Eddie in your den. Gerald O’Keefe A Parking Ticket When you're out in the dark, Be careful where you park. JANE LANDERS Nurse's Cap You’ll be admired by everyone When your nurse’s cap you’ve won. JEAN MURPHY Book of Knowledge Take this book; it will never lie. And it’ll help you achieve those goals so high. Marianne DePalo Thomas Letendre Ann Dcscotcaux Patricia Porter Gerald O’Keefe Judith Warren Thomas Lauer 31 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS ( t.oKi DiDonato Secretary. Treasurer Jamks Bruno Cay Ri-.YNOi.ns President Rohkkt Broooi Vice-PresidentTOM THE TOWN: A super highway to replace Cooper Street. THE FACULTY: A supply of Instant Sanka for the teachers’ room. MR. CLARK: A French parrot to talk to. MR. DACEY: A red light so you’ll know when the mike is on. MR. LANGLOIS: A chair labeled “Film Producer.” MISS PHELPS: A gold plaque denoting our GRATITUDE. MISS MILLER: A nursemaid for your plants. MR. BUDDINGTON: A yellow suit so the chalk won’t show. MR. THEODORO WITZ: A promotion to the Cashew Department. MR. MARTIN: A pocket radio to keep in touch with the office. THE EIGHTH GRADE: A welcome to the ranks. THE FRESHMAN CLASS: Our old home-rooms. We won’t need them any more. THE SOPHOMORE CLASS: Danger signs — since you’re next year’s victims. THE JUNIOR CLASS: A calendar to count the days before you become Seniors. LOUISE MERCANDANTE: A chance to play on the football team like the rest of the family. SANDRA MILLER: A nurse’s cap and stripe. BARBARA O’CONNOR: A “real” boyfriend. FAYE PARKER: A post-graduate driving course from Mr. Pressey. LINDA PICKARD: A week’s billing at the Roxy Theater. ELSIE PINGREE: A marriage license. RUTH TITUS: A public agent to make yourself known. SANDRA TOMLINSON: An “Agawamian” accent. RICHARD GAGNON: Your picture on the “Toni” box. THERESA GREGORY: The nickname of “Slugger.” LEONA SAFFORD: A nut cracker to help you out of your shell. BARBARA BELLANO: A private junk yard for those smashed-up cars. MARIE CARESTIA: A needle and thread to tie your tongue. ARMAND PASQUALE: Another year to try to beat our Tony Klenakis. ANTHONY SARACINO: A scat in the Senior Class. MARILYN MARTEL: Some of Shirley Pond’s voice. SANDRA GRAZIANO: An “A” in typing. JUDITH CHAGNON: Helpful hints on how to tint. JOY MONTAGNA: The realization that some angels do have horns. DUANE ASTA-FERRERO: A pair of hands for your back pockets. ANTHONY BUONICONTI: Mr. Dacey’s permission to wear dungarees. 33RICHARD DEL BARBA: A machine to retrieve the rubber left on the road. JOHN FARINA: A rock and roll piano. RICHARD GLOGOWSKI: A pink shirt to match your blush. WENDELL GOSSE: To be known hereafter as Wendell alias Matt Dillon. RICHARD KARAKLA: A little snap and pep. PIERRE PHANEUF: A bottle of No-Doze pills. VERNON STORK: A leather-bound volume of Student Council rules. RICHARD LANGEVIN: Your own service station. JOSIANNE DcLEUW-FORD: An appearance on “Twenty-one.” ANNA ROSE DeMICHELE: A permanent wardrobe for the mother parts in plays. GLORIA Di .DONATO: A sign for the top of your head saying, “Please, don’t tread on me.” JOAN DREWNOWSKI: A Sound-proof booth. JANICE DUMOND: Our support as Dewey for Governor. PENNY FITZGERALD: “More cents.” MARGERY GIORDANO: A private road to Westfield. JANET HESS: A date with Mike Egan. SANDRA KNIGHTON: A life size picture of Jimmy Dean. FRANCIS LETOURNEAU: Dark glasses to dim that stare. JOSEPH RADWILOWICZ: A pair of football pants that fit. JOSEPH RINALDI: The title of “Mumbles.” PETER ROSSI: A record of “Je ne sais pas.” DWIGHT SANGREY: A hand grenade so you won’t miss that rabbit. EMILIO SANTINI: A guitar to go with those sideburns. WAYNE SECORD: Another year to walk on your hands. ROBERT STRINISTE: A bottle of Geritol. ROBERT TETREAULT: A comer in the art museum to display your artistic talents. FRED USCHMANN: The realization that Flo is not a crutch. JOSEPH VOISLOW: A pair of roller skates to keep up with Janet. RICHARD WILSON: Our nomination as “Mr. Vogue.” GAY REYNOLDS: A pocket joke translator. PENELOPE SPEAR: A nest for your “T-Bird.” NANCY STEBBINS: A pair of hedge clippers. KAREN STEPHENS: Boxing gloves to spar your opponents. LILA THOMPSON: A supply of tranquilizer pills. CAROL TRICINELLA: A handbook on “How to Be Kind to Sisters.” ELAINE CIRILLO: A peace treaty with Judy Chagnon. ROBERT. CROSS: Lessons from Gene Krupa. JANET CASERIO: A scat in the Senate so your filibustering will have some effect. ROBERT BONOMI: A pulley to raise your voice. ROBERT BROGGI: A birth certificate dated 1938. JAMES BRUNO: A year’s supply of pictures to give to your fans. WALTER BUSH: A motorcycle for your accessories. ROBERT CHAREST: A different line for each girl. CHARLES CLARK: A patent on your plunging necklines. CHARLES COLLINS: A rocking chair for French 3. JEAN ALLEN: A year’s supply of 3c stamps. JEAN ARNOLD: A course in map reading. JANICE BILODEAU: A grappling hook to catch him. SHEILA BURNS: Some of Anne Dubia’s dignity. EDITH CAMMISA: A sign saying “Agawam” so people won’t think you’re from Brooklyn. 34BEVERLY CLAMPIT: A stage to do your acting on. EMILE DAGLIO: A diary to record all your past experiences. RICHARD D’AMATO: A permanent library pass. DONALD DAVIS and ROBERT LANGDON: Another year to excell at ping-pong. WILLIAM DeFORGE: A secretary to record your jokes. KENNETH MOLTA: A full season to reveal your basketball skills. ROBERT NARDI: A pair of handcuffs .... RICHARD PHANEUF: Another year to get over your “Beer” hangover. GLORIA FARNSWORTH: The gift of gab. JACQUELINE MacDONALD: A pair of elevated shoes. VIRGINIA LaVIOLETTE: A ticket to the Metropolitan Opera House. PATRICIA McGRADY: An alarm clock for those miserable mornings. ROBERT BODEN: A crew to give you a cut. NICK BUONICONTI: An agency that loans homework. CAROL TAYLOR: A book of S H green stamps. BEVERLY WHITEHEAD: An automatic volume control. ROBERT PISANO: A fully equipped fishing outfit including fish. ROBERT HARKINS: A welcome back. DOROTHY ZUCCO: Your father’s permission to use the car. RICHARD FERRANTI: A Breck crew-cut stick. Joyce Marieb Richard Simpson Patricia Arnold Andy Hallock Mona Moretti Christopher Hodges Carolyn Thompson 36 : rr ii « 4- President: Vice-President: SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Timothy Buoniconti Secretary: Fi.orf.nor Davio Treasurer: Judith Peterson Timothy Lf.tendrk Time: Three years after graduation from high school. Scene: Hospital (Eddie meets Celine, a nurse, in the hall and asks . . . ) Eddie: How’s the other half coming along? Celine: Your wife’s progressing very rap- idly, considering how badly you beat her. You really shouldn’t have hit Mary over the head with the mop and kicked her in the shins just because she burned your supper. Eddie: I just lost my head. I ought to be used to burned suppers al la carte by now. (Eddie walks into Mary’s room) Eddie: Hello wench, boy do you look terrible! Mary: Well, what did you expect, miracles? Eddie: Yes, I suppose it’s just natural for you to look like that. (Just then someone stumbles into the room.) Roger: Oooooooh, Oooooooh! Oh. excuse me, I’m in the wrong room. Eddie: Hey, Mary, look, it’s Alphie! Alphic old pal, what hit ya? Roger: Oh, hi, Ed. You don’t know what I‘ve been up against, (sob, sob) I’ve been on the college football team now for four years, and finally my big moment came. The coach called me to his side and said, “Rog, old boy, I want you to go out there and get that extra point; they’d never expect you to carry the ball.” I felt the importance and the responsibility they were entrusting in me, and as I was running onto the field, the water pail got in my way. The next thing I knew, I was in the hospital with a broken head. Oooooooh, my poor beautiful head! Mary: Nasty break, kid. Eddie: Yea, that poor water pail. (Celine walks into the room.) Celine: I was just leaving and came in to say goodbye. Rickey Lctcndre is picking me up and we’re both going to Miss Miller’s wedding. (At this time, Ricky is just about to enter the room.) Ricky: Whoops! Well, if it isn’t good old Anna Demichclc. What are you doing crawling around on the floor? Anna: Oh, I’m just working my way through college scrubbing floors. Celine: Come on in you two, and sec the happily married couple. (Everybody is in Mary’s room now.) Anna: Gee Ed, I thought I’d never see the day that you and Mary would really get hitched. I remember when you two first started going together in our Freshman year at high school. Eddie: Yea, those were the good old days, when you used to chase Wally Bubien down the hall and Charlie Grasso was so much in love with Charlie Grasso. Ricky: Remember our first class meeting in room twenty-six, in the old school. We were really crazy, mixed-up kids then, especially when we elected none other than that confused, but genial guy, Gerry O’Keefe as our first class president. Patty Arnold was Vice-President that year, and little Anna Demichelc was our competent secretary; the honorable position of treasurer was filled in by the scrupulous Jackie Phillips. 37Celine: We really would have been in a disastrous situation when our class adviser, Mrs. Sherman, got sick, if Miss Hastings and Mr. Leonardi hadn’t pitched in and helped us to organize the most successful Freshman Party ever put oa in the Agawam High School. Anna: Besides having a successful party, we also had an enthusiastic freshman cheering squad (I was on it) with Ann Descoteaux, Patty Arnold, Bev Grant, Shirley Pond, and Marilyn Masure. Roger: The class of “57” was really lucky in their sophomore year; that’s the year I entered Agawam High. I do hope you haven’t forgotten that terrific Sophomore Party, “Les Fleurs Des Paris”; the girls sat on one side of the hall, and the boys on the other. Despite that fact, the dance was by no means a failure; probably you can recall my courageous attempt to do a bop number with Joyce Marieb, and the drastic results. Eddie: If I recollect rightly, that was the year Tommy Trongone started educating his cool cats on how to bop, and the exciting romance between Charlie Grasso and Cynthia Tricinella went on. Ricky: Our four class officers in our Sophomore year were capable Anthony Saracino, President; Terry Cardone, Vice President; attractive Irene West, Secretary; and clever Gerry Casiello, Treasurer. (The Big Four) Celine: Miss Phelps had the envious job of class adviser for our last three years in high school, and she did a commendable job of pulling our class through the rough spots. Mary: In our Junior year we had to move into that two million dollar brain factory. Our class really made history that year by electing a girl president, Mona Morctti. That just goes to show that the girls are getting smarter all the time and the boys had better watch out. The rest of the crew were Patty Arnold, Vice President; Judy Clark, Secretary; and Gerry Cas- iello, Treasurer. Anna: Our Junior Cabaret was a big social succcess, but we didn’t make any profit on it, so to replenish our meager treasury, we put on the comical basketball game between the Varsity players and the Junior girls. The gym really rocked with laughter that night, and the Junior class was rolling in the green. Celine: Everybody worked hard and exerted their dusty and unused brains to the utmost on prep- arations for the Junior-Senior Prom, “Twilight Over Tara.” Terry Cardone, chairman of decorations, and her committee did an elaborate job of transforming our new and gigantic gym into a beautiful plantation setting. I don’t think the kids who went to that Prom will ever forget all the fun they had that night, especially later when they all went out to eat. Roger: I’ll never forget how gorgeous Beverly Grant looked the night she and Gerry Casiello were Junior Marshals for the class of “56”. Seeing those Seniors graduate reminded a lot of us that we had only one more year to make the most of our high school days and to get into as much mischief as we could without being caught. Ricky: Finally we reached our goal, to be GREAT BIG SENIORS. My good old cousin, Tommy Letendre became President; Pat Arnold and Judy Clark were re-elected for the position of Vice President and Secretary respectively; and poor Gerry O’Keefe had the horrible job of collecting three dollars, class dues, from every senior. Eddie: Remember the first time we all wore our class hats to assembly! If anyone had said that they didn’t like the class hats, I think Anna would have nailed them to the ground and beaten them to a pulp. She really worked hard to get the best class hats for the least amount of money and succeeded in getting her way with the poor unfortunate man who had to make the hats. Mary: Mr. Daccy looked the cutest in his little beanie; we should have given him a lollipop, and he would have looked even cuter. Anna: Bev Grant had a little difficulty in getting the kids to choose the class colors; some of the more ingenious boys wanted black and white or black and blue, but we finally ended up with the more common, but practical colors of blue and silver. Roger: Mr. Wright also had a troublesome time when he took our individual class pictures. He didn’t have too many good subjects to work with, but when the kids received their pictures back, boy! did they complain. Every girl probably thought she was as glamorous as Marilyn Monroe, and the boys must have thought they were as handsome as I am. Mary: The most exciting tiiries I remember from my high school days were the football games. Our two fighting halfbacks, Charlie Grasso and Ed Govoni, together with the formidable Tommy Trongone, Gerry O’Keefe, Wally Bubien and Richie White in the line, made any opponent afraid to come in contact with them. Our enthusiastic cheerleaders, Ann Desco- teaux, Patty Arnold, Terry Cardone, Marianne DePalo, Beverly Grant, and Shirley Pond also contributed a great deal to the noise, excitement and color of those Saturday battles. Of course, I couldn’t leave out our band and color guard and the majorettes, led by skillful Mary Farina. 3«Ricky: The Senior’s private party, when we all dressed like kids and “let our hair down,” was one of the funniest nights to remember. Gretchen Prellwitz’s hair grew about a foot in one night, and Gerry O’Keefe had the curliest locks I’ve ever seen. Santa Claus, Chris Hodges, gave Charlie Grasso some cute unmentionables, and it was either Dicky Steeves or Carolyn Thompson who had a jump rope; at least they both had fun playing with it. Celine: The time really flew by in the last half of our Senior year. Working on the yearbook, getting adds, taking pictures, and organizing all the material about our grand old class was an enormous job, but it was well worth it after we saw the results of all our work. Eddie: Don’t forget the part I played in the Senior Play. Ricky: Yea, you had one terrific line to say. I remember I was brother of the bride, who was Sandra Saitto, and Jackie Phillips was the groom. Cynthia Tricinella and Richard Simpson made a perfect mother and father. Anna: In addition to putting on a magnificent play, our class had a lively old time at------- where we had our banquet. Besides all the food, I think the History .was the next best thing; of course, the Gifts and Prophecy were good, too. Mary: Finally our big day came — GRADUATION! The day we, and our parents thought would never come. Most of us looked as if we were going to our funeral, except for Charlie Grasso; he had a big grin from ear to ear, but underneath, I think he was one of the sorriest guys to leave Agawam High. Celine: The class picnic was just the opposite; we all acted in the spirit of true Agawam Indians, and just about everybody got ducked at least once. Roger: Oh, (sob, sob) I can’t stand it. (sob, sob) I get so emotional when I remember back to those good old days at Agawam High. Ricky: Let’s get out of here before Roger floods the room. Goodbye everybody. Mary Glogowski Eddie Govoni Celine LcFlcur Ricky Lctcndre Anna Dcmichclc Roger Reynolds Jt FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS President: Vice-President Thomas Clark Mary Bruno Secretary: T reasurer Sandra Van Wagner Joseph Bonpitto i The day was warm and sunny, and the night is cool and clear. But we wish that it were over, for as dawn is draw- ing near — Our weary bones arc tired and the muscles all are sore, for Rose- mary, Beverly, Dorine, Gerry, Wally and Theresa — are sick of washing the floor. Wally: Gee, it’s pretty tough having to clean up after our own 25th class reunion. Jerry: Yes, but it would be a little easier if Dorine and Rosemary were here. (Enter Dorine and Rosemary) Irene: It’s about time you got here. Rosemary: We have just been talking with my brother Leon, who was on his way to his dance studio. Terry: Who’s his star pupil now-a-days? Dorine: Roger Reynolds who’s geting along quite well with the dancing instructors. Bev: Yeh, I heard Dorothy Girotti, and Jackie Jones were helping out. Rose: Gee, the refreshments were good last night! I heard they came from Cynthia Tricinella’s Bakery Shop. Terry: Is Pat Porter still the cashier there? Bev: I’m not sure, but Marianne Grassetti and Ruth Hastings are working in the kitchen with Cynthia. Irene: I hope Andy Hallock’s gas station is open today; I need some gas. Dorine: I hear Arthur Bilodeau, our class real estate tycoon, has leased a plot of land to Tom Letendre for his used Cadillac car lot, across from Andy’s station. Wally: Tom told me last night that he had just hired Tex Letellier to take care of the cars. Jerry: Speaking of cars, I was at the “T T” Stock Car Races Saturday night. A couple of the drivers were Eddie King and Harold Guidi. Harold came in first. Bev: Aren’t Tommy Trongone and Tommy Flynn co-owncrs of the “T T” Race Track? Rose: Yes, and Gretchen Prellwitz is their racing announcer. Irene: How about some coffee? Dorine: Okay. Let’s go to Mona Moretti’s Tea Room. Wally: Hurry back, I don’t want to finish this all by myself. (Exit Irene and Dorine) Terry: Are those rumors about Doctor John Phillips’ wanting Dorine for his secre- tary true? Rose: I don’t know, but Dr. Richard Simpson has been trying to hire her for the last month. 41Jerry: Bev. Binns and Marie Borgatti are still working in Tommy Loner s engineer- ing firm, but he’s been looking for some new secretaries as the business is growing so rapidly. Bev: He should be getting ahead; he has Paul Langlois and Herbert Labb working for him. Terry: Never mind the secretaries; I hope the girls hurry back with the coffee. Wally: Just think of the delicious steaks we could have from Billy Fcam’s and Jimmy Bitgood’s cattle farm if they were helping us. Rose: Be quiet, Wally! You’re making me hungry. (Enter Irene and Dorine) Irene: Aren’t you finished yet? I was hoping I wouldn’t have to do any more work. I had a flat tire and the atomic research chemist, Joe Stein, stopped to fix it. It took him about two minutes. Rose: Dorine, what ever happened to your old car? Dorine: The last I heard after Tom Letendre bought it, was that he donated it to Arnold Matts “Museum of Antiquated Objects.” Irene'. While I was waiting for our coffee Mona told me that Flora Otto, Shirley Provost and Brenda McCullough were all married and living in a three-decker house next door to the tea room. Dorine: She also said while you were paying for the coffee that Ann Descoteaux is the school nurse and Joyce Marieb is die college English teacher at good old A. H. S. Wally: Stop your yaking, you old hens, and get to work. (Rose stoops to pick up a newspaper) Rose: Well, I’ll be! No wonder Carolyn Thompson and Judy St. Jean weren’t here last night. It says in their gossip column that they attended the successful opening of Barbara Marsian’s play, “Tea and Tears”. Jerry: Can’t you girls think of anything else but gossip! (Bev, interested, looks on with Rose) Bev: Oh, be quiet. Hey, listen to this. Miss Barbara Guidetti and Mr. James Argiro are making their debut, July 29, 1982 at Carnegie Hall. They will be presented by that well-known announcer and master of ceremonies, Gerald Magistri. Terry: That isn’t all Gerry does. He travels as an end man with Lenny Desrosiers Minstrel Show. Irene: No kidding, that’s as good as Charlie Grasso and Eddie Govoni. They announce the commercial for Lord Byron’s Pizza Grove on T. V. Bev: Are there going to be any pictures of the banquet in the newspaper? Jerry: I don’t know, but you can get some pictures by calling Chris and Judy at their photo mart. Dorine: Where did they get the decorations for the banquet? Terry: Oh, they came fom Judy White’s and Barbara Bonavita’s Novelty Gift Shop. Wally Richard Gray was telling me last night that he and Bill Gazar run Judy and Barbara’s delivery truck. Rose: Speaking of novelties wasn’t Bill Dearborn’s Harmonica Combo good last night? Dorine: Yes, Marianne DePalo’s Calypso singing wasn’t bad either. Irene: How come Celine LaFleur, Joan Binninkade, Rosemarie Daigneault, and Kathy Kasper still had their nurses’ uniforms on? Bev: I think it’s because their reliefs, Karen Sjostrom and Judy Clark got to the hospital late. Jerry: Doesn’t it seem funny that Dick Sleeves owns the Growers Outlet now? Wally: Yeah, he’s sponsoring Mike Egan, Eugene Poggi, and John Cowles’ Agawam Indian Hockey Team. Terry: Bill Ponusktfs A P is financing Jessie James, Mary Farina, and Lucille Stoll in the Roller Derby. 42Bev: Gee, we do have a lot of famous people in our class. Irene'. Did you hear that Sandra Saitto and Billy Mrosz are the famous cartoonists for Mad Funny Books, and Jean Murphy writes Melvin the Monster? Rose: Weren’t there quite a few vacant seats in the “M” section of the banquet table? Wally'. That’s all General Peachy Mazzaferro’s doings. He talked Joe McBride, Ed Monahan, Dick Mills, and Paul Myers into making the Marines their career. Terry: Yeah, Gerry O’Keefe was lucky that his ship was in port the week of the banquet. It must be fun being an important admiral in the Navy. Jerry: It would be nice to have some of those swabbies to help scrub this floor. Dorine: I’ll be right back. I’m going out for some more coffee. Wally: Oh no you’re not, we’re all going to stay here until this mess is finished. (Silence reigns in the dusty banquet hall for a period of 27 seconds, then the gossip mongers arc back on the job.) Rose: You know what, I still think Eddie Collins is cute even though he is bald from wearing his derby to court. Bev: He must be a pretty good boss ’cause Brenda Kerber still is his secretary, but I bet she goes crazy with all that running around. Tery: Brenda really went crazy the times Ray Lucia tried to collect because termites were eating his wood, until the Exterminating Firm of Harrison, Hartwig, and Cusson saved Ray’s lumber by getting rid of the pests. Jerry: They don’t run the exterminating machine themselves, do they? Dorine: No, Richie White is their right hand man. Irene: I hope Lois Belville never needs Mr. Collins legal assistance; she seems so happily married. Bev: How did you like Theresa Crupi and Lawrence Sherlaw’s juggling act? Rosemary: I thought Shirley Johnson’s flea act had more audience appeal myself. Jerry: For a while there I thought Patrolman Ricky Letendre was going to get trampled when Herkimer, the trained flea, got loose. Dorine: Yeah, until Shirley Pond, the dauntless kangaroo trainer, captured the flea and put it safety back in his cage. Irene: Leon and Dorothy really taught Anne Demichele, Carole Melanson, Bev Moccio, and Barbara Sliech how to do that dance of the seven veils. Wally: Yeah, that was tremendous! Jerry: Where did those purple and orange light bulbs come from? They were beautiful. Rose: Oh those! They came from Mrs. Larry Hatch’s Colonial Decorating Shop. Dorine: Who is Mrs. Hatch? Jerry: Why, you remember the former Pat Arnold. Irene: Oh yes, didn’t they have a double wedding ceremony with Sonja Schmidt and Richard Howlet at the town’s Justice of the Peace, Robert Liptak’s home? (Knock at lunchroom back door. Bev goes to see who it is.) Terry: Did Linda Slate really send these tulips from her Tulip Palace in Holland? Wally: That’s what Robert Langevin said when he delivered them yesterday morning. (Bev comes back from answering door) Rose: Who was it? Bev: Oh, Roberta Menard was collecting the silverware and dishes we borrowed from her. Dor: How did she lift those heavy boxes? Bev: She had Nancy Candido helping her. Nancy was telling me that they met Mary Glogowski and Kathy Sullivan climbing into their helicopter to deliver baby diapers. Irene: I bet Agnes Mitchell could use some of their services with her six kids. 43Jerry: Last night Marilyn Cimma seemed to be quite happily married to our class pharmacist, Richard Labun. Wally. Phew, After I finish this comer of the floor, I’ll be all finished. Irene: We will too, after we put these few chairs in place. Rosemary: You can say one thing. We surely accomplished a lot in the line of gossip. Dor: Do we have to put the equipment away? Bev: No, Ann Dubia, the principal’s secretary and her assistant, Jane Landers, said the janitors could take care of that. Jerry: Well then, has everyone got a ride back to the “Studio.” Irene: Oh, let’s not think of any more work. Terry: After we have a cup of coffee you won’t feel so bad. Wally: O.K. then, I guess we better go. We were lucky to get this much time off from our latest picture, “Five Brides For Two Lonely G.I.’s.” Rosemary: Want to bet we all win an Academy award? All: Yeah! Dorine Donatini Beverly Grant Rosemary Massa Irene West Wally Bubien Theresa Cardone Gerald CasielloScMot Sax TITLE FIRST CHOICE SECOND CHOICE Mr. 1. Q. Herbert Labb Thomas Louer Miss I. Q. Carolyn Thompson Jean Murphy Most Popular Boy Gerald O’Keefe Gerald Casiello Most Popular Girl Judith Clark Rosemary Massa Most Mischievous Girl Rosemary Massa Barbara Bonavita Most Mischievous Boy William Feam Thomas Trongone Best Dressed Boy Thomas Letendrc Charles Grasso Best Dressed Girl Cynthia Tricinella Beverly Grant Best Natured Boy Gerald O’Keefe Richard Steeves Best Natured Girl Marianne Grassetti Ann Descoteaux Class Wit (boy) Richard Simpson Roger Reynolds Class Wit (girl) Joyce Marieb Barbara Bonavita Quietest Boy Raymond Lucia Edward Collins Quietest Girl Sonja Schmidt Jean Murphy Thomas Trongone Best Boy Dancer Leon Massa Best Girl Dancer Rosemary Massa Dorothy Girotti Best All Around Boy Gerald O’Keefe Gerald Casiello Best All Around Girl Judith Clark Patricia Arnold Boy Most Likely to Succeed Thomas Loucr Richard Simpson Girl Most Likely to Succeed Carolyn Thompson Cynthia Tricinella Best Boy Athlete Wallace Bubien Edmund Govoni Best Girl Athlete Theresa Crupi Joyce Marieb Prettiest Girl Beverly Grant Mary Glogowski Most Handsome Boy John Phillips Gerald Casiello Cutest Girl Mary Glogowski Roberta Menard Cutest Boy Edmund Govoni John Phillips Friendliest Boy Gerald O’Keefe Andrew Hallock Friendliest Girl Judith Clark Patricia Arnold Biggest Tease (boy) Charles Grasso Gerald O’Keefe Biggest Tease (girl) Joyce Marieb and Dorothy Girotti (tie) Rosemary Massa Class Gentlemdn Christopher Hodges Gerald Casiello Class Lady Irene West Anne Dubia Best Boy Singer Leon Massa Paul Langlois Best Girl Singer Carolyn Thompson Dorothy Girotti Class Chatterbox (boy) Roger Reynolds Eugene Poggi Class Chatterbox (girl) Gretchen Prellwitz Marilyn Cimma Best Actor Richard Simpson John Phillips Best Actress Carolyn Thompson Joyce Marieb Thomas Trongone Class Casanova Thomas Letendre Class Coquette Dorothy Girotti Shirley Pond Class Couple Judith Warren and Mary Glogowski and Christopher Hodges Edmund Govoni Class Choice for Brother Gerald O’Keefe Paul Langlois Class Choice for Sister Joan Binncnkade Judith Clark Class Artist Sandra Saitto James Argiro Class Musician James Argiro Barbara Guidctti 45 1 47 picjyboym '$vJi Asj 'yfits - V. OiteA VYVoa-u v Co-n Aa vs T ajdtcX -  t NY U» ScAaol 'Dacft C ;V -' ■M Oav ©. LU .o-c Xtt, Cr £cjL» I■H pWA tMttot peAtlV C 'pteuM 'De0Pa U Ov l SENIOR PLAY On Friday evening, April 26, the annual senior play was presented. “Father of the Bride,” a comedy in three acts, revolved around the complications arising from the fact that the bride and her mother wanted a large wedding while her father and the bridegroom definitely wanted a small wedding. The production was under the very capable supervision of Miss Chrisanthe Carozi. The play was enjoyed by everyone. CAST MR. BANKS ................... Richard Simpson MRS. BANKS.............................Cynthia Tricinclla KAY BANKS...................... Sandra Saitto BEN BANKS..............................Richard Letendre TOMMY BANKS......................Paul Myers BUCKLEY DUNSTAN ................ John Phillips BUZZ TAYLOR ................... Paul Langlois PEGGY SWIFT ................... Beverly Grant TIM’S HELPER....... DELILAH ................. Rosemary Massa MISS BELLAMY ...............Joyce Marieb MR. MASSAULA ............ Thomas Letendre JOE..................... Michael Egan MRS. PULITZKI .................. Shirley Pond RED ..................... Thomas Trongone PETE .................... Edmund Govoni TIM’S MAN ............... Ann Dcscoteaux ......Gerald O’Keefe 59 wmti ZacArnt (Committee STATISTICS CHAIRMAN — JUDITH CLARK CLUBS CHAIRMAN — MARY GLOGOWSKISACHEM STAFF Steering Committee: Patricia Arnold, Judith Clark, Mary Glogowski, Thomas Letendre, Gerald O’Keefe, Gretchen Prcllwitz, Sandra Saitto, Cynthia Tricinella.PRO MERITO To become a member of the Pro Merito Society, one must maintain an average of eighty-five per cent for four years. As a sign of their achievements, twenty-four members of the Class of 1957 were given Pro Merito pins at an assembly in March. The honor students of the ninth grade were familiarized with the requirements and functions of the Pro Merito Society at a special Valentine’s Day party sponsored by the Society. President .................................................... Paul Langlois Vice-President .................................... Patricia Arnold Secretary-Treasurer............................ Cynthia Tricinella Adviser....................................... Miss Eleanor Smith Senior Members: Patricia Arnold, Beverly Binns, James Bitgood, Marie Borgatti, Marilyn Cimma, Judith Clark, Mary Glogowski, Christopher Hodges. Shirley Johnson, Herbert Labb, Paul Langlois, Thomas Louer, Joyce Marieb, Barbara Martian, Jean Murphy, Gretchen Prellwitz,Judith St. Jean, Sandra Saitto, Sonja Schmidt, Lawrence Sherlaw, Richard Simpson, Carolyn Thompson, Cynthia Tricinella, Irene West. 64 ■LIBRARY Our school library, formed in 1947, has continually grown. We were provided with a new and complete library in the fall of 1955. Many new books and maga- zines are now available for the student’s use. The conference room is constantly being used for various types of meetings. Students often display hobbies in the glass showcase. Many interesting pastimes have been exhibited. The staff, under the capable guidance of Mrs. Dorothy Holmes, is to be complimented. Senior Members: Marilyn Cimma, Rose Marie Daigneault, Anna Marie Demichelc, Anne Dubia, Mary Ann Grassctti, Harold Guidi, Robert James, Celine La Fleur, Jane Landers, Agnes Mitchell, William Mrosz, Jean Murphy, Roger Reynolds, Carolyn Thompson, Cynthia Tricinella. 66STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council, serving as an important liaison group between students and faculty, has done much to better our school. The Council effectively conducted the annual magazine drive and the patrol system. The first Student Council store was opened this year. Students could purchase novelties in school colors and with the school emblem. Delegates from the Council were sent to the Western Massachusetts Associa- tion of Student Councils Convention. President ........ Vice-President ... Secretary ........ Treasurer ........ Captain of Patrol Adviser .......... ......Gerald Casiello ....... Judith Clark ........ Janet Caserio ........ James Bruno ...... Wallace Bubien Mr. Richard Carbone Senior Members: Andrew Hal lock, Celine La Fleur, Thomas Letendre, Thomas Loucr, Joyce Maricb, Grctchcn Prellwitz, and Richard Simpson. 66BENJAMIN PHELPS CLUB The Agawam chapter of the Future Teachers of America Organization is named the Benjamin Phelps Club in honor of Agawam’s former illustrious superintendent. The Club has undertaken many constructive projects: the collection of old eye-glasses for the Lions Club; the entertaining of the visitor from Guatamala; the publishing of a weekly schedule of events; and the aiding of other high schools to organize a Future Teachers Club. President ...............................................Joyce Marieb Vice-President ............................... Dorothy Zucco Secretary ................................ Patricia McGrady Treasurer.........................................Jean Allen Librarian .....................................Janice Bilodeau Adviser............................. Miss Emily McCormick Senior Members: Joyce Marieb, Anna Marie Demichele, Judy Warren, and Sonja Schmidt. 671 PERSONALITY CLUB This year, as in the past years, the Personality Club has had another prosperous year under the capable guidance of Mrs. Maria Sears. Club sponsored two successful dances, the Sadies Hawkins and the Valentine Dance. President ..... Vice-President Secretary ..... Treasurer ..... Adviser ....... .... Patricia Arnold .. Patricia McGrady Louise Mercandante ... Ann Descotcaux .... Mrs. Maria Sears The Senior Members: Patricia Arnold, Theresa Cardone, Anna Marie Demichele, Marianne DePalo, Ann Descotcaux, Dorine Donatini, Anne Dubia, Mary Glogowski, Beverly Grant, Barbara Guidetti, Celine La Fleur, Joyce Maricb, Barbara Marsian, Mona Moretti, Grctchen Prcllwitz, Shirley Pond, Judy St. Jean, Carolyn Thompson, Cynthia Tricinella.TRI - HI - Y TRI-HI-Y, one of the oldest and most successful clubs of the school was organized in 1934. The club consists of Junior and Senior girls under the fine leadership of Miss Miller, the adviser. TRI-HI-Y had a very successful year consisting of a hat contest in November, a tea with the Future Teachers of America in January, a basket- ball game against the women faculty in March and a meeting with the Future Farmers of America in April. The girls also went to Boston to see a Red Sox ball game. The game was something all the girls anticipated. Last, but not least, was the TRI-HI-Y Banquet to induct the new members and install the new officers. President .................................. Anna Marie Dcmichelc Vice-President ..................................... Beverly Grant Secretary .......................................... Ann Dcscotcaux Treasurer .......................................... Judith Clark Chaplain ........................................... Joyce Marieb Adviser........................................ Miss Eleanor Miller Senior Members: Patricia Arnold, Theresa Cardonc, Marilyn Cimma, Judith Clark, Theresa Crupi, Anna Marie Demichcle, Marianne Dc Palo, Ann Dcscoteaux, Rose Marie Daigncault, Anne Dubia, Beverly Grant, Celine La Fleur, Joyce Marieb, Barbara Marsian, Shirley Pond, Grctchen Prellwitz, Judith St. Jean, Sandra Saitto, Sonja Schmidt, Karen Sjostrom, Lucille Stoll, Cynthia Tricinella, and Judith Warren.JUNIOR RED CROSS The members of the Junior Red Cross worked hard this year and made a project which was taken to Monson Hospital for Easter. Also the girls put on a skit in assembly for the enrollment drive, and several members of the group, to- gether with Tech and Classical students, participated in a variety show at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home. President ..... Vice-President Secretary ..... Treasurer..... Adviser........ .....Sandra Miller ..... Jean Arnold Louise Mercandante .....Joy Montagna Mrs. Marjorie Kelly Senior Members: Mary Ann Grauetti, Celine La Fleur. 70BIOLOGY CLUB The Biology Club consists of students who have taken or are taking Biology. The purpose of the club is to promote interest in the subject with each student doing an individual project and die group as a whole listening to guest speakers and going on field trips. The members of the club also added to the school dances by taking, and selling pictures of the students attending the dances. President ........................................... Elaine De Mont Vice-President ...................................... Sandra Kellogg Secretary ............................................ Nancy Crean Treasurer ....................................... William Baumann Adviser .................................. Mr. David TheodorowiczCAMERA CLUB The Camera Club, under the guidance of Mr. Buddington, is intended for those who are interested in photography as a career or as a hobby. The club had a very busy year, starting off with a trip to Robinson State Park last fall. The members developed many pictures and enjoyed guest speakers and films at their meetings. President .............................. Lawrence Sherlaw Vice-President ............................ Donald Moore Secretary-Treasurer ....................... Robert Liptak Adviser .................................. Mr. Buddington Senior Members: Lawrence Sherlaw, Robert Liptak, Herbert Labb, Joseph McBride. 72INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB This year, as in the past, the International Relations Club had another suc- cessful year under the leadership of Miss Ward, the club adviser. Among the very interesting speakers the club heard were Mrs. Walter Whittum of the Springfield Council for the United Nations, Miss Gills of Guadamala, and Tim Hopps of Colrain, Massachusetts, who spoke on his summer experience in Europe. Members of the club also had many interesting and worthwhile debates, slides, and contests. The highlight of this year’s program was the trip to the United Nations in New York City. The club enjoyed the annual Christmas party in December and ended the year’s program with a picnic. President ........................................ Jean Murphy Vice-President ................................... Josianne Ford Secretary ............................... Anna Marie Dcmichclc Treasurer ..................................... Barbara Bellano Adviser.............................................. Miss Ward Senior Members: Anna Marie Dcmichclc, Barbara Guidctti, Chrij Hodges, Herbert Labb, Celine La Fleur, Barbara Marsian, Paul Meyers, Agnes Mitchell, Mona Moretti, Jean Murphy, Gretchen Prellwitz, Sandra Saitto, Lawrence Shcrlaw, Carolyn Thompson, Cynthia Tricinella. 73SKI CLUB On various week-ends, the Ski Club has gone skiing at Bousquet, Mt. Snow, Blandford, Otis Ridge, and Stowe. A few of the members took a four day ski trip to Stowe. The club has had a good season this year, and the members hope that the activities of the Ski Club will be continued next year. President ................................... Grctchcn Prellwitz Treasurer ........................................ Judith Clark Program Chairman ......................................... Karen Stephens Adviser ................................... Miss Jennifer Mead Senior Members: Gerald Casiello, Judith Clark, Paul Langlois, Shirley Pond, Grctchcn Prellwitz, Richard Simpson, and Judy St. Jean. 74 nrntntit iniiinni»l.l!!KinnnlI AUDIO VISUAL AIDS The object of the Audio Visual Aids Club is to teach its members to operate various machines associated with the club so that the members may assist teachers, who plan on showing a movie or using any of the different apparatus. This year the members were taught to operate movie projectors and tape recorders and to splice films. The club plans a trip to the Bay State Film Company and a picnic at John Magovem’s camp in East Otis. President ..................................... Walter Letcllicr Vice-President ................................... Richard Mills Secretary ..................................... John Magovem Treasurer ................................. Francis Letoumeau Adviser ................................... Mr. Roland Pressey Senior Members: Walter Letellier, Francis Letourncau, Richard Mills. 75FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The Agawam chapter of the Future Farmers of America has been growing steadily every year. A group of the boys represented Agawam High School at the National Convention in Kansas City. The Chapter received the National Silver Emblem Award for the first time. This award signified that the Agawam chapter is one of the best in the country. William Rhodes became State Future Farmers of America president this year. The last two presidents of the Massachusetts Association have graduated from Agawam High School. At the State F.F.A. convention, James Bitgood was elected State Vice- president, Larry Hatch was elected State Reporter, William Fearn and Larry Hatch were given Bay State Farmer degrees. The Chapter’s exhibit placed second in the state wide competition. This year at the annual banquet, Beverly Binns was chosen as Chapter Sweet- heart. In addition to this great honor, she was secretary to Mr. Skolnick. The members of the Future Farmers have always tried to abide by their motto: LEARNING TO DO, DOING TO LEARN, EARNING TO LIVE, LIVING TO SERVE. President..... Vice-President Secretary..... Treasurer .... Reporter ..... Sentinel ...... Adviser ....... .....James Bitgood ..... Larry Hatch ..... William Crane ..... Robert Boden .....Joseph Ricco .... Richard Howlctt Mr. David Skolnick Senior Members: James Bitgood, William Fearn, Larry Hatch, and Richard Howlett. 76THE AGAWAM MIRROR The staff of our school newspaper, the Agawam Mirror, following the tradition of past years, published eight wonderful issues this year, giving publicity to future events and excellent coverage of past events. The staff made this possible by selling subscriptions, stationery, and advertising space. Editor ........................................Barbara Marsian Assistant Editor................................ Janet Cascrio Adviser ................................. Mrs. Marion Gleason Senior Members-. Patricia Arnold, Joan Binnenkade, Wallace Bubien, Theresa Cardone, Judith Clark, Anna Marie Demichelc, Ann Descotcaux, Dorothy Girotti, Shirley Johnson, Celine La Fleur, Joyce Marieb, Barbara Marsian, Agnes Mitchell, Mona Moretti, Gerald O’Keefe, Shirley Pond, Grctchen Prcllwitz, Sandra Saitto, Judith St. Jean.DRAMA CLUB A new club at Agawam High School, the Drama Club, was organized to help all those students who are interested in acting. Some of the club’s activities consisted of putting on a well performed Christmas Play for the student body at the Christmas assembly, and having a make-up demon- stration for the members of the club. President ...................................... Thomas Letendre Vice-President ................................... Mona Morctti Secretary ...................................... Celine La Fleur Treasurer.......................................Barbara Marsian Adviser................................. Miss Chrisanthe Carozi Senior Members: Patricia Arnold, Joan Binnenkade, Theresa Cardone, Gerald Casiello, Judith Clark, Anna Marie Dcmichclc, Cclina La Fleur, Beverly Grant, Barbara Guidetti, Thomas Letendre, Barbara Marsian, Mona Moretti, Shirley Pond, Grctchen Prellwitz, Roger Reynolds, Judith St. Jean, Richard Simpson, Carolyn Thompson and Cynthia Tricinella. 71SCRIBES The Scribes, a comparatively new club at Agawam High School, write and criticize their own literary works. No dues are paid, but if anyone fails to turn in a composition at a club meeting, he is fined ten cents. The club plans to publish a literary newspaper containing work they have done throughout the school year. President ....................................... Barbara Marsian Vice-President.......................................Judy St. Jean Secretary-Treasurer ............................. Barbara Guidetti Librarian .......................................Lawrence Sherlaw Adviser......................................Miss Eleanor Miller Senior Members: Barbara Guidetti, Barbara Marsian, Sandra Saitto, Judy St. Jean, Lawrence Sherlaw, Cynthia Tricinella, Carolyn Thompson. 7tCHESS CLUB A new and well organized club at Agawam High, the Chess Club, has as its main activities, playing chess and teaching others to play chess. The club meets every Monday afternoon but plays chess only every other Monday, as the other meetings are devoted to the club’s business affairs. To end the year, the members put on a chess tournament which was open to all chess players. President.......................................Gerald Casiello Vice-President ....................................Donald Moore Secretary....................................... Rosemarie Reidi Treasurer ...................................... Thomas Provost Adviser .................................. Mrs. Dorothy Holmes Senior Members: Gerald Casiello and Paul Myers. 80FUTURE NURSES CLUB The Future Nurses Club was formed to give the girls who are interested in nursing a chance to learn more about nursing. The club has had a very interesting and successful year under the guidance of Mrs. Elizabeth Langlois. President ............... Vice-President ......... Secretary-Treasurer .... Corresponding Secretary Adviser................. ......Celine La Fleur ..... Joan Binnenkadc ...... Nancy Fournier ........... Anne Dubia Mrs. Elizabeth Langlois Senior Members: Joan Binnenkadc, Rosemarie Daigneault, Anne Dubia, Celine La Fleur, Lucille Stoll. • IGLEE CLUB This year, the Glee Club has developed into an assortment of different groups, namely the Senior Octet, Senior Choralctte, Sophomore Choralette, Boys Chorus, Girls Chorus, Girls Glee Club, and the Concert Chorale, a combination of Boys Chorus, Senior Choralette and Sophomore Choralette. The big event of the Glee Club this year was presenting the musical production, “The Count and the Coed,” which was very successfully presented in February. The smaller musical groups sang for a Christmas Program, and have appeared numerous times for assemblies and other school events. Other activities of the Glee Club were the Spring Concert, in which everyone participated and also the music festivals and exchange assembly with Tech High School, in which the Concert Chorale represented the entire Glee Club. Conductor ........................ Mr. Darcey Davis, Jr. Senior Members: Patricia Arnold, Gerald Casiello, Rosemarie Daigneault, William Dearborn, Anna DcMichclc, Ann Descoteaux, Barbara Guidetti, Christopher Hodges, Jacqueline Jones, Paul Langlois, Thomas Letendre, Barbara Marsian, Mona Morctti, Shirley Pond. Roger Reynolds, Judy St. Jean, Lawrence Sherlaw, Richard Simpson, Richard Stecvcs, Carolyn Thompson, Judith Warren. 82r THE COUNT AND THE CO-ED (AN OPERETTA OF COLLEGE LIFE) Senior Members: Gerald Casicllo, RoscMaric Daigncault, William Dearborn, Ann Deicoteaux, Christopher Hodges, Jacqueline Jones, Paul Langlois, Thomas Letendre, Barbara Marsian, Mona Moretti, Roger Reynolds, Judith St. Jean, Lawrence Sherlaw, Richard Simpson, Carolyn Thompson, Judith Warren. Accompanists: Barbara Guidette, Gay Reynolds Director: Darcy DavisBAND The Band, under the energetic leadership of Mr. Darccy Davis, Jr., has had another very busy year. With the help of the cheerleaders, color guards, and majorettes, the band has lent much to the color and excitement of the football games and other school events. Of course, their contribution to all of the assemblies can not be forgotten and also the new addition of the dance Band which is a very popular feature. A few highlights of the year were the Western Massachusetts Music Festival, the Tri-State Music Festival, the Spring Concert, and the exchange' assembly with Tech High School. President ..............................................Gerald Casiello Vice-President ........................................ Judith Clark Secretary............................................... Andy Hallock Director.......................................Mr. Darcey Davis, Jr. Senior Members, Band: Gerald Casiello, Judith Clark, William Dearborn, Andy Hallock, Ruth Hastings, Paul Langlois, Jean Murphy, Roger Reynolds, Karen Sjostrom. Senior Members, Color Guard: Nancy Candido. Rosemarie Daigncault, Brenda Kcrber, Barbara Marsian, Agnes Mitchell, Mona Moretti, Judith Warren. Senior Members, Cheerleaders: Patricia Arnold, Theresa Cardone, Marianne DePalo. Ann Descoteaux, Beverly Grant, Shirley Pond. Senior Members, Majorettes: Mary Farina, Jacqueline Jones.1956 FOOTBALL TEAM Bottom Row, left to right: Coach H. Leonardi, T. Klinakis, B. Cobb, F. Kinsley, W. McCarthy, R. Broggi, J. Radwilowicz, J. Voislow, E. Daglio, E. Modzelewski, J. Carlson. Second Row: Assistant Coach R. Altobelli, Line Coach R. Pratte, R. Glogowski, C. Grasso, T. Trongone, Co-Captain J. Bruno, Co-Captain R. White, W. Bubien, E. Govoni, J. Rinaldi, W. Deforge, Student Coach R. Sullivan. Third Row: G. O’Keefe, G. Casicllo, R. Morassi, A. Di Cola, P. Fcrrarini, A. Pasquale, J. Reynolds, C. Clark, R. Ferrero, R. Wilson, S. Bitgood, P. Schindler, Manager P. Langlois, Manager T. Buoniconti. Seniors.TOM CHARLIE EDDIE At the sound of the whistle on opening day of the 1956 football season, Agawam was off to a tremendous start. A smashing 40-12 win over Westfield showed much potentiality in the Agawam team. The Brownies went on to win two more games. The overall record was 3 won, 1 tied, and 3 lost. In many people’s opinion, the most impressive vic- tory was in Holyoke. The Brownies played with all of their heart and came on to win 31-6. This was the first time that Agawam had beaten the “Paper City Boys” at McKensie Stadium in 15 years. Agawam played their home games on the new athletic field this year. The field was dedicated to Har- mon Smith as The Harmon Smith Athletic Field. Coach Lconardi had full responsibility of the team this year as head coach. He introduced a system of merit for outstanding linemen. The most impressive lineman in each game was awarded “Lineman of the Week.” WALLYBASKETBALL Under the capable guidance of Coach Lconardi, this year's basketball team had a record of 4 wins, and 12 losses. The team worked hard and faithfully, and, like all Agawam teams, showed great spirit and sportsmanship. The highlight of the season was the tremendous victory over West Springfield, our chief rival. This victory ruined West Side's chances for the Valley Wheel Title Senior Members'. Wally Bubicn, Gerry O’Keefe, Richard White. •• JUNIOR VARSITY . |BASEBALL Coaches Harry Leonardi and Jud Hastings greeted approximately twenty-five candidates for the opening of the “57” baseball campaign. Of this number, six are returning lcttcrmen, and a good part of the remaining squad arc graduates of last year’s Junior Varsity team. The Brownies arc once again members of the Valley Wheel. A bright spot in this' baseball picture is the fact that this year Agawam will be playing on the new field on Cooper Street. Everything points to a very successful season for the Brownies. Senior Members: Wally Bubicn, Ed Govoni. Charley Grasso. Gerry O’Keefe, Joe Stein, ard Tom Trongone. Baseball Schedule April 23, Palmer April 26, at South Hadley April 30, Ludlow May 7, Ware May 10, at West Springfield May 14, Easthampton June 7, at Easthampton May 17, Enfield May 21, at Ludlow May 24, at Palmer May 27, South Hadley May 29, at Ware June 4, West Springfield 90HOCKEY This winter, Agawam High School had their first hockey team in twenty years. The new sport was coached by Mr. Rudy Altobclli, a former hockey star at A. I. C. Although the team was not in the Schoolboy League, the boys played well in the games that were scheduled for them. Senior Members: James Argiro, John Cowles, Mike Egan, Thomas Flynn, Charles Grasso, Richard Letendre, Robert Liptak, William Mrosz, Jackie Phillips, Eugene Poggi. Thomas Trongonc. 91TRACK This year marked the second revival of Track as a sport at Agawam High School after the absence of a year. Mr. Sarantopoulos led the boys well into a fine season. The schedule was: May 4, Relays at Amherst; May 9, Triangular meet at West Springfield, Chicopee, Agawam. May 16, Quadrangular meet at West Spring- field, Amherst, Longmeadow, Agawam. May 23, Longmeadow at Agawam. June 1, Western Mass, at Westfield. The only senior member was William Mrosz. 92GIRLS SPORTS Girls sports, organized in 1930, plays a large part in the development of good sportsmanship. This year the girls played tennis, badminton, golf, basketball, and softball. An innovation was the Apparatus Club which consisted of the side horse, the rings, the bars, and the trampoline. Director ....................................Miss Dorothy Hastings Senior Members: Patricia Arnold, Judith Clark, Theresa Crupi, Rosemarie Daigneault, Anna Marie Demichele, Ann Dcscotcaux, Celine La Fleur, Joyce Marieb, Barbara Martian, Rosemary Massa, Mona Moretti, and Shirley Pond. 9194V. J. MORENO INSURANCE AGENCY ★ ★ ★ Tel. 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McCORMICK Professional Building 53 Springfield Street Agawam, Mass.kFUNERAL SERVICE S)ickinson-Streeter Go. 305 STATE STREET • SPRINGFIELD, MASS. GEORGE W. STREETER RICHARD C. STREETER G. WALLACE STREETER. JR. Compliments of A Friend Est. 1909 Irma's Flower Shop Fairbanks Auto Flowers For All Occasions School Oldest Auto School in New England Gifts — Tel. RE 3-0458 20 Dwight Street Springfield, Mass. Phone RE 4-5712 746 Main Street West Springfield, MassCURRAN-JONES FUNERAL HOME 109 Main Street West Springfield Make Our Bank — Your Bank You can have the things you want by saving — regularly. We'll welcome your account. WEST SPRINGFIELD BRANCH WESTFIELD SAVINGS BANK 120 Elm Street Opposite TheaterFred's Hardware Compliments Store of ! HOUSEWARE — PAINTS — TOYS Agawam Bowl Garden and Grass Seeds YOUR RECREATION CENTER S H Green Stamps C+J i Tel. RE 7-0170 762 Springfield Street Feeding Hills, Mass. Valentine R. Moreno, Prop. Hour Glass Cleaners DON'T LEARN SAFETY One Hour Cleaning Service BY ACCIDENT REpublic 9-4043 Pick Up Delivery Service —O— Agawam Police 380 Walnut Street Association AGAWAM SHOPPING CENTER G. A. Armstrong Heating Co. For All Types of Heating Systems Hot Water — Steam — Radiant Heat Baseboard or Any Kind of Radiation Air Conditioning — Cooling and Heating Domestic and Commercial Free Estimates Given 65 Maple Street North Agawam Tel. RE 7-0338 Tel. RE 7-6355 Compliments of Southworth CompanyErnest J. Roy Compliments of Auto Sales Norma's Specialty I TRADES — USED CARS — TERMS Shop Agawam Bridge Specializing in Women's Apparel End of Memorial Ave. West Springfield, Mass. Dealer in Top Quality Automobiles ST 8-6438 Telephone Springfield RE 3-2214 336 Walnut Street Res. Suffield, Conn. NOrth 8-2597 AGAWAM SHOPPING CENTER New England Aero Tech School Best Wishes to the Class of ’57 of Aviation SCHOOL OF AVIATION Donatini Bros. Tel. RE 7-0283 Bowles Airport Agawam, Mass. .■ ' '™ -fT-------------■ Acrebrook of Agawam, Inc. c Best of Foods and Liquors PIZZA Special Rates for PARTIES BANQUETS WEDDINGS Orchestra Every Saturday Rte. 57 Feeding Hills Tel. RE 9-8575 Pond Brothers, Realtors Insurance • Real Estate • Mortgages 719 Main Street AgawamAdam E. Letendre Ramah Realty Co., Inc. ! GENERAL CONTRACTOR and BUILDER of QUALITY HOMES Builders and Promoters of Agawam Shopping Center ★ 75 Letendre Avenue Feeding Hills Telephone RE 6-1846 339 Walnut Street Agawam, Mass. West Side Auto Body ALEX GUIEL, Prop. Everything in the Auto Body Line High Grade Painting Is Our Specialty Compliments of the Agawam Permanent Firemen's Ass'n Cor. Main and Mulberry Streets Phone RE 3-8844 West Springfield, Mass. OUR SINCERE BEST WISHES to the CLASS OF 1957 WICO ELECTRIC COMPANY WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASS. COMPLIMENTS OF YOUR A P MANAGERS and CLERKS Registered Jewelers - American Gem Society Dr. Richard Rabinowitz OPTOMETRIST Landen-True, Inc. Jewelers and Silversmiths Since 1862 c Tel. RE 9-1945 12 Springfield Street Agawam, Mass. REpublic 4-5658 1390 Main Street Springfield, Mass. P B Engraving Co. Western Mass. Distributor for HELPER1ZE PAINT REMOVER Photo-Engravers Northeast Airmotive Corp. Fast Production — Fine Reproduction The Original Wash-Away Paint Remover Contract Paint Removers Aircraft Maintenance — Machine £ Tool Work : 1618 Main Street Springfield, Mass. 1000 River Road Agawam, Mass. Tel. RE 6-9313 Walter J. O'ConnorFOR FREE DEMONSTRATION Ride in the All New 1957 Ford Call SARAT FORD SALES AGAWAM'S FORD DEALER RE 3-3902 — Telephones — ST 8-9668 250 Springfield Street North Agawam Compliments of Calabrese Construction Co. CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS Tel. RE 7-3924 475 Suffield StreetCompliments of Ken - Mar Tool, Inc. Tools. Dies. Moulds, Gauges and Developing 168 Elm Street Agawam West Springfield, Mass. Mittineague Coal Oil Company William P. Christian COAL COKE OIL Oil Burners Installed and Serviced Tel. RE 6-7935 80 Front Street West Springfield. Mass W. H. Roberts Sons Television and Appliances Frigidaire Complete Line Maytag Auto Washer - Dryers Zenith Television Sales and Service 1407 Main St. Agawam, Mass. Compliments of Dave's Filling Station 758 Union Street West Springfield, Mass.Flowers for All Occasions Keefe Florist 266 Walnut Street Tel. RE 4-4073 Compliments of Federal Hill Club Agawam, Mass.Compliments of Frederick Jewelers Sterling, Crystal, and Fine China Join Our Sterling Silver Club 1563 Main Slreet Springfield, Mass. Compliments of Royal Crown Bot+linq Co. Bottlers of R. C. Cola - Nehi - Par-T-Pak 44 Ramah Circle Agawam, Mass. When you think of flowers think of .. . Flower Fashions, Inc. Floral Designs as Fashionable as the Times Tel. RE 3-0167 645 Westfield St. West Springfield, Mass. Ralph E. Fullam Allan L. Baiardi FULLAM CO. REALTORS RE 6-6351 110 Elm St., West Springfield Kennolh A. Holliiter Howard R. BrackenDalton Funeral Home RE 2-4644 954 Main Street Agawam, Mass. For a Good Buy on Used Cars or New See George D. Canegallo at Springfield Buick Co. 630 Main Street Tel. RE 2-4126 Springfield, Mass.Agawam Printing Company LINOTYPE COMPOSITION OFFSET and LETTERPRESS Telephone RE 7-4190 470 Westfield St. West Springfield, Mass. Compliments of Stanly Handling Equipment Co. c+s Ramah Circle Agawam Farnsworth Coal Oil Co. Your Comfort Is Our Product Coal — Connecticut Coke Mobilheat Fuel Oil Silent Glow Oil Burners SALES and SERVICE Tel. RE 6-6377 884 Union Street West Springfield, Mass. T. P. Sampson Co. Funeral Directors e » 730 State Street 710 Liberty Street 500 Belmont AvenueBest Wishes to the Class of '57 M. Deloghia Trucking, Inc. HEAVY HAULING ★ AGAWAM, MASS. Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 Agawam Town Selectmen WALTER T. KERR IRVING K. LaFLEUR JAMES P. KANE Prescriptions Since 1895 Compliments of Ryan Drug Co. Rene's Speed and Custom Shop Prompt, Free, Daily Delivery Motors — Cams — Oil Rings Quick Change Rears and Gears ★ ★ ★ All Racing Equipment Drive Safely 337 Walnut Street Agawam Tel. JEfferson 3-0055 158 Chestnut Street Holyoke, Mass. Edward J. Carroll Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 Parkview Restaurant W. T. Grant Co. Cocktail Lounge c RIVERSIDE PARK DOTTIE DAVE CORMIER 17 Springfield Street Your Hosts Agawam, Mass.May we take this opportunity to welcome you to our new Restaurant at 456 SUMNER AVENUE The Jaycox Restaurant Compliments of A FriendCustom Car Wash Repairs PARTS 6 ACCESSORIES Lou's Texaco Service Station Louis Caruso Phone: REpublic 9-8661 308 Suffeld Street Agawam, Mass. David D. Raynor GULF SOLAR HEAT Printed Metered Delivery Tel. RE 2-5850 60 Senator Avenue Agawam Best Wishes to the Class of ’57 Mr. and Mrs. James A. O'Keefe Compliments of Dr. Robert A. Gannon 116 Elm Street West SpringlieldCompliments of Wilson-Thompson Post 185 THE AMERICAN LEGION c i Agawam, Mass. Compliments of MAURICE CASEY, Inc. Established 1896 Wholesale and Retail MILK, CREAM and ICE CREAM 19 Dubois St. Westfield, MassachusettsPhone RE 2-8018 Established 1919 Compliments oj Duplex Tire Service John B Duplessis, Prop. Cascio's Nursery RECAPPING — VULCANIZING NEW TIRES — BATTERIES ★ ★ ★ 262 Meadow Street Cor. Main and York Sts. Springfield 5, Mass. Agawam, Massachusetts Agawam Plumbing Heating Co. Compliments of HOMER J. PARO Byron's Funeral Home Reliable and Courteous Service — ★ — Telephone RE 7-6947Learn To Save Save To Learn West Springfield Cooperative Bank 37 Elm Street West Springfield Compliments of Agawam Public Market We Give UNITED TRADING STAMPS c+s Tel. RE 2-7476 768 Main StreetAgawam Agawam Furniture Tastee Freeze Outlet Kenneth F. Foote 363 Walnut Rear Agawam, Mass. ONE OF AMERICA'S GREAT SHOPS FOR BOYS VERNE SPEAR AND YOUNG MEN Spear Lumber Co. Haynes — Second Floor 1502 Main Street West Suflield, Conn.Standard Industrial Supply Co., Inc. Distributors Boston Gear Works L. S. Starrett Co. Delta Power Tools Norton Grinding Wheels 246 Chestnut Street Springfield, Mass. Hedges -Sattler. Inc. W. E. Sattler, Treasurer Phone RE 2-3154 683 Columbus Avenue Springfield, Mass.VERNE SPEAR Compliments of Cronin Co., Inc. Spear Lumber Co. Building Materials Du Pont Paints West Suffield, Conn. 161 Old Bridge Street West Springfield 1 Mary Ann Dairy Bar ENJOY LIFE and Restaurant WITH Complete Line of Ice Cream SWEET LIFE Full Line of Food 340 Walnut Street Agawam Shopping Center FOODS WE WISH THE SENIOR CLASS SUCCESS —ManagementCompliments of Dr. and Mrs. Paul J. Query Compliments of The Agawam Community Y. M. C. A. RE 3-8272 P. O. Box 229 Agawam, Mass.Compliments of Marceno Barber Shop Barker Chemical Co. INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS ★ Agawam Shopping Center Twin Brook Dairy Farms Producers ol Quality Dairy Products Homogenized Vit. D 1383 Sullield Street Tel. RE 4-6110 Agawam, MassachusettsMerk's, Inc. Sporting Goods Store Fishing, Hunting, Archery, Skiing, Skating, Tennis and all other Sport Equipment. Brand names such as Spaldings, Rawlings, American Archery, Seamless Rubber, Cortland. Wilson, Dudley, and Mitchell and Ocean City Fishing Rods and Reels. Plus Outboard Motor and Boats. Owned and Operated by Mercadantes' Tel. REpublic 7-2309 378 Walnut Street Agawam Shopping Center Construction Service, Inc. 73 Rocus Street Springfield, Massachusetts TRANSIT MIX CONCRETE WASHED SAND and GRAVEL Plants Springfield RE 3-6631 Palmer 1598 N. Wilbraham LY 6-3964 Affiliated Plants Worcester, Southbridge and North Grafton, Mass. Manchester and Nashua, N. H.A. L PHELPS, Inc. Compliments- of CONTRACTORS Dr. M. Dalitzky DEMTIST ★ Tel. RE 7-4739 11 Andrew Street Telephone RE 7-9678 Springfield, Mass. 7171 2 Main Street Agawam, Mass 333 Bridge Street Springfield, Mass. Speed Hegeman Compliments of INSURANCE AGENCY REAL ESTATE ALDERMAN Serving West Springfield and Agawam Mac NEISH Telephone RE 7-2604 54 Elm Street West SpringfieldSPRINGFIELD ICE FUEL CO. “It Pleases Us to Please You” Processed Ice — Locker Storage Heating Oil Tel. RE 2-5173 225 Hickory Street Springfield, Mass. ffl. 3). 3aameij, S'unemi 3lame Established Over 70 Years MARTIN W. MALONEY, Funeral Director Telephone RE 2-2278 1065 Westfield Street West Springfield, Mass.Compliments of the Joe Marieb's H. R. Huntting Co., Inc. TV and Appliance Joseph Marieb. Prop SYLVAN1A — TELEVISION NORGE APPLIANCES Tel. RE 3-3186 29 Worthington Street Tel. RE 3-7079 Springfield, Mass. 278 Springfield Street Agawam Compliments of The National Library i State Line Package Store Bindery Co. EARL SEIBERT. Owner SPECIALISTS IN LIBRARY BINDING Free Delivery Telephone RE 4-0180 1813 Main Street Agawam 271 Park Street West SpringfieldStarzic Service Station Wheel Balancing Motor Analysis GENERAL REPAIRING ESSO PRODUCTS 1702 Memorial Ave. West Springfield. Mass. Di Donato Sales and Service John Deere Tractors Willys Cars, Trucks and Jeeps Telephone RE 2-7094 300 Springfield Street North Agawam. Mass My congratulations to the graduates and their parents and teachers Edward J. Carroll Riverside ParkThe Drum Shop AND Temple of Music High Grade Teachers on All Instruments Accordions — Trumpets — Trombones Clarinets — Saxophones — Violins Drum — Vibraphones SHEET MUSIC RADIOS RECORDS Tel. RE 4-0309. RE. 3-3935 188 State Street Springfield, Mass. Universal Cutter Service, Inc. “Sharp Cutters Make Money • • Phone RE 4-2960 33 Norman Street West Springfield, Mass. De Palma Motor Sales Co. HUDSON SALES —SERVICE Genuine Parts PERSONALLY INDORSED USED CARS Expert Lubrication — General Repairing Wheel Aligning and Balancing Radiator Pressure Purging — Steam Clean Telephones: Sales: ST 8-4889 Service: RE 3-7889 71 Garden St., Feeding Hills Agawam, Mass. Betty's Olde Town House tM Now Available For All Occasions e » Tel. RE 4-9718Hallmark Van Lines, Inc. Del's Variety Store ★ Tel. RE 3-4658 396 Main Street Agawam, Massachusetts 50 Walnut Street North Agawam, Mass. Compliments of Ferranti's Package Compliments of Store Roberts Delivery ★ 1122 Memorial Avenue Service West Springfield, Mass. Serra Baking Co., Inc. East Court Bakers of Italian and French Bread Auto Park 1 Rolls Service with a Smile” Tel. RE 4-4484 1011 Columbus Avenue Springfield, Mass. Corner East Court and Market Streets Stationery - Gifts - Cards Kingcraft Boats General Architect EVINRUDE MOTORS Arthur L. Bilodeau LAURENCE N. KING Phone RE 9-6615 54 Greenacre Lane Agawam, Mass. Feeding HillsInternational Harvester Co. Compliments of MOTOR TRUCK BRANCH Truck Stop Garage — JOSEPH MITCHELL 268 Park Street West Springfield Rising's Food Service, Inc. Joel E. Stuart Complete Radio and Television Service Catering at CAPTAIN CHARLES LEONARD HOUSE and STORROWTON, EASTERN STATES EXPOSITION Also for Clubs, Showers, Weddings and Informal Parties Telephone RE 3-0555 Tel. RE 6-0770 RE 6-2836 46 Washington Avenue Agawam, MassCompliments of RICHARD’S DRY CLEANING SERVICE AGAWAM CAFE Pick Up and Delivery Five Day Service DINING and DANCING GEORGE R. ROBINSON, Mgr. EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT Tel. RE 6-6820 707 Main Street Agawam, Mass. Compliments of AGAWAM PAINT HARDWARE LISWELL HILL FARM Formerly GALLANO’S GILES W. HALLADAY 303 Walnut Street 327 No. Westfield Street Feeding Hills, Mass. Opposite Shopping Center We Give S SH Green Stamps Esso Service Center H. L. Light, Prop. FEEDING HILLS, MASS. Compliments of COUNTRY STORE SCHERPA'S 291 Springfield Street North Agawam SERVICE STATION E. F. Edson Co., Inc. Compliments of — Swede's Jewelers Road Machinery and Contractors' Equipment AGAWAM SHOPPING CENTER 716 Union Street West Springfield, Mass. To Serve You In Your Time of Need F A Development Agawam Funeral Corp. Home, Inc. Services of Eloquent Beauty and Dignity Frank H. Grosso Rased on Sympathy and Sincerity Alfred M. Grasso Walter Soja Funeral Director - Registered Embalmer 91 Ramah Cir. Agawam Tel. RE 9-6483 184 Main Street Agawam 124 Hour Towing Fred's Auto Body Nelson's Variety L. Fred Beaulieu and Luncheonette Complete Line of Auto Bodies i Customizing Specialist Speed Parts 760 Springfield Street Tel. RE 3-5407 91 Ramah Cir. Feeding Hills, Mass. Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 Independent Fence Western Auto and Iron Works, Inc. Associate Store ★ Tel. RE 6-0552 — RE 6-0132 1349 Main Street Agawam BRIDGE SHOPPING CENTER Residence, 1049 River Road, AgawamCompliments of Supreme Diner 287 Memorial Avenue West Springfield, Mass. Compliments of Cook Builders' Supply Co. Dealer in Mason's Supplies and Building Materials Telephone RE 2-3193 850 Memorial Avenue West Springfield, Mass Compliments of K. I. Morley ★ ★ ★ 39 Ottawa Street North Agawam West Springfield Dumond's Glass Paint Window Glass - Paint - Brushes Paint Rollers 680 Springfield Street Tel. RE 6-3722Compliments of Compliments of Tinti's Restaurant Central Package Store, Inc. Accommodations for EDDIE and RAY MASI. Props WEDDINGS — BANQUETS — PARTIES —0— ★ Telephone RE 3-6221 22 King Street North Agawam 52 River Street North Agawam Jones Variety Store Agawam Lumber Co. A Little 0 Everything Cabinets — Hardware — Fixtures HALLMARK CARDS Lumber — Planing — Paint SANDER FOR HIRE ★ ★ — Tel. RE 4-9843 Telephone RE 9-9624 251 Elm Street West Springfield, Mass. 1 1804 Main St. Agawam. Mass.Little Raceland A. BOCCASILE. Prop. FULL COURSE DINNERS CATERING TO BANQUETS WEDDINGS Alfred M. Grasso Excavating Contractor ★ Telephone RE 2-4283 Silver Street Agawam. Mass. Agawam. Mass. Front Street Market EDWARD W. TALMADGE C. E. Smith Drug Store, Inc. Groceries — Meats — Fresh Vegetables We Deliver George M. Atkins, Reg. Pharmacist 94 Front Street West Springfield, Mass. Phone RE 2-1512 1162 Westfield Street West Springfield. Mass.Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 Riverview Quality Riverside Rollaway c- J Homes The Rink of Discipline George H. Campbell Evenings 8-11 — Sat., Sun. Mat. 2-5 • • 379 River Road Agawam Agawam, Mass. Compliments of the Don't Forget Your Blessed Virgin Sodality Friendly Ice Cream of Stores ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST CHURCH Springfield Commercial Friendly Service Station Body Co., Inc. Alba P. Hanks. Prop. R. L. Gibbs, Manager LUBRICATION A SPECIALTY Tires — Batteries — Accessories Anthony Dump Bodies - Lift Gates Superior Busses Tel. RE 6-9713 350 Main Street Agawam 1718 Memorial Ave. West Springfield, Mass. Daniel and Frances Di Donato Everything for the Builder Franklin Printing Shop Lucia Lumber Co. Job and Commercial Printing Windows — Doors Oak Flooring — Inside Trim ★ + ★ Framing Lumber — Roofing Material Insulating Material Native and Western Lumber RE 6-7580 Tel. RE 6-7286 63 Franklin Street Agawam. Mass Feeding Hills, Mass. Compliment o Guthrie Fence Co., The Inc. Connecticut Valley Block Co. — Cinder Concrete Building Block Tels. RE 6-3234 — RE 3-3901 and Tile 765 COLUMBUS AVENUE 3 Bramble Avenue West Springfield, Mass. Springfield 5, Mass. Waniewski Turkey Farm Genton Clothes Poultry of All Kinds Chicken Barbecueing Our Specialty Turkey Pies and Turkey Meat Loafs Boned and Rolled Turkeys 1130 RIVERDALE ROAD FEEDING HILLS Telephones: RE 4-2491 — RE 4-6116 — RE 6-5917 WEST SPRINGFIELDCharles DuBois Hodges Photographic Hi-Fi CONGRATULATIONS — Portraits Brides Class of 1957 Groups Boyer's Garage Telephone RE 2-6550 817 Main Street Agawam Center S H Green Stamps Compliments of Ledger Bros. Garage Eddie A. J. Letendre GENERAL REPAIRING and ROAD SERVICE CONTRACTOR and BUILDER WHEEL ALIGNMENT °f FINE HOMES ★ Tel. RE 2-7502 820 Springfield Street Feeding Hills. Mass. Telephone LO 7-7095 6 Massachusetts Ave. LongmeadowBob Parks Compliments of Atlantic Service Wonder Meats, Inc. Complete Repairs — Road Service DAY: RE 4-9589 NIGHT: RE 7-8910 55 Elm Street W. Springfield, Mass. 385 Walnut St. Extension Agawam, Mass. Johnnie Page, Florist Compliments of “Flowers Say It Best” Stella's Restaurant -o- 84 MAPLE STREET North Agawam, Mass. Dial ST 8-4632 Agawam Shopping Center Where Every Bite is Just Right Accommodations for Parties 379 Walnut Street Agawam, Mass. Air Conditioned Liquor Bay Path Junior Compliments of College Carol Jane Shoppe Courses of Study: Executive Secretarial Medical Secretarial Commercial Art ★ Longmeadow, Mass. Telephone LO 7-3371 Compliments of B. D. Nims Lumber Co. Established 1917 Newell's Radio Lumber and Building Materials and Television Paint - Masons' Supplies - Hardware ★ C S» Tel. RE 2-6253 374 Park Street 253 Baldwin Street West Springfield, Mass. West Springfield, Mass.Congratulations — Class of 1957 Compliments of Lauriente Nurseries, Webster's Service Inc. Station c » — 464 Main Street 798 Main Street Agawam Agawam, Mass. Retail Furniture Compliments of the Warehouse, Inc. The Oldest and Largest Wayside Furniture Bridgeview Grille Store in Western Mass. C+-9 —o— Tel. RE 7-1441 Agawam 1651 Riverdale Street West Springfield, Mass. Compliments of the CONGRATULATIONS! l AGAWAM | F(ZE£. WV • S’( i uce- 1 M c7u i VIA MAIN street 11 ■ Ut 2-97f 3| UV W CLUNK ■ A Friend PRECISION TOOLS GAUGES Oxford Tool The White Hut Gauge Co., Inc. WALTER DAUBITZ 280 Memorial Avenue Tel. RE 2-6214 West Springfield 198 Norman Street West Springfield, Mass. G S MARKET Vincent Cataldo, Prop. Telephone RE 4-8744 72 Maple Street North Agawam We Give S H Green Stamps Compliments of THE AGAWAM RECORD SHOP Compliments of DOC'S BARBER SHOP Compliments of B' SHARA’S restaurant HAIR CUT $1.00 Four First Class Barbers at Your Service Plenty of Parking Space ANGELO'S BARBER SHOP Agawam Shopping Mart 371 Walnut Street Agawam Compliments of AGAWAM LUNCHEONETTE Where All Good People Meet RE 6-9728 705 Main Street Agawam, Mass. FLEUR - DE - LEE Manufacturers of Fibre Flowers Member A. F. A. D., Inc. Phone RE 9-7981 8 Rowley Street O'Brien's Corner Agawam, Mass. CASTELLINI FUEL OIL 42 Moore Street North AgawamKA - JA SPA lames Cleary, Prop. 1350 Springfield Street Feeding Hills PAULINE’S BEAUTY SALON Permanents and Hair Styling Tel. RE 3-4982 208 Maple Street North Agawam. Mass ! GUARANTEE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE TYPEWRITER HEADQUARTERS Standards — Portables ' Sold — Rented — Repaired Exclusive Agents for OLIVETTI Portables “Direct from Italy” 138 State Street Tel. RE 7-0995 Compliments of HILLHOUSE LTD. 89 State Street Springfield, Mass. 9 Mosher Street West Springfield, Mass. Compliments of SQUAZZA'S SERVICE STATION 1443 Main Street Agawam, Mass. Compliments of TISDEL'S BARBER SHOP Open Monday Through Saturday, 8 to 6 Agawam Center SPUDNUT LUNCHEONETTE and BAKERY Telephone RE 9-0724 209 Elm Street West Springfield JOSEPH D. GENTILE Plumbing Contractor Complete Line of Plumbing Fixtures Hot Water Heaters Sewer Cleaning Service Tel. RE 9-3469 346 Springfield Street Feeding Hills, Mass.KELLEY'S JUNK BUSINESS Meet Me at Memo's Buys Rags. Paper, Metal and Iron COFFEE SHOP RE 9-5880 Memorial Avenue 49 Cooley Street North Agawam West Springfield LYNN'S DANCING SCHOOL OF AGAWAM, MASS. RECORD SHOP Complete Dance Training Children and Adult Classes 41 Elm Street Graduate and Member of the Dance Educators of America West Springfield RE 3-5601 AGAWAM MEN'S SHOP DODGE and PLYMOUTH CARS DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS For Sport Wear and Ivy League Look INTERNATIONAL MOTOR 326 Walnut Street CAR CO. Tel. RE 6-1825 Agawam Shopping Center 138 Memorial Avenue West Springfield Your Neighbor “From a Button to the Building of Your Garments Complete Tailoring Service HOME AND GARDEN CENTER AGAWAM TAILORING SERVICE Agawam 326 Walnut Street Agawam Shopping CenterEARL'S AMOCO SERVICE A.A.A. Emergency Service General Repairing Tel. RE 3-4509 825 Springfield Street Feeding Hills. Mass. 1 Best Wishes to the Class of ’57 Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Phillips JOHN H. GOODWILL B. S. B. A. Public Accountant — Tax Consultant Dial RE 6-6410 Agawam Shopping Center 375 Walnut Street Agawam, Mass. Compliments of RIVERVIEW MARKET Free Delivery Tel. ST 8-9641 ST 8-9642 ST 8-9643 Cor. Bridge and River Streets North Agawam MIKE'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP Rebuild - Specialize in Arch Supporters - Full Soles Shoes Made for the Crippled New Shoes Sale of Thorogood Shoes Tel. RE 6-7830 South Westfield Street Feeding Hills E. J. PICKARD Meat Wholesaler The Best in All Kinds of Meats Including Italian Products RE 3-5601 Agawam, Mass. Compliments of FEEDING HILLS PHARMACY RE 4-0578 BRAUN'S WELDING SERVICE, Inc. Specializing in Pipe Welding Structure — Tanks High and Low Pressure Boilers Custom Built Trailers — Shop Welding Tel. RE 6-4109 733 Memorial Avenue West Springfield IE 3-2708 120 Race Street Holyoke, Mass.SILVER STAR RESTAURANT Accommodations for WEDDINGS — BANQUETS — PARTIES Phone RE 4-9782 15 King Street, Agawam Compliments of COOLEY’S GARAGE GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRING Tires, Batteries and Accessories 24-Hour Towing Service Tel. RE 7-8827 — RE 7-0890 1154 Springfield Street Feeding Hills BEST WISHES to the Class of 1957 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bontempo Compliments of EDDIE'S MARKET FINE GROCERIES Operated by HERMAN A. MUTT1 Telephone RE 2-2941 600 King's Highway West Springfield SCHERPA'S BARBER SHOP CHARLES SCHERPA, Prop. 88 Maple Street North Agawam FEEDING HILLS PUBLIC MARKET T. Marieb, Prop. GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS, MEATS FLOUR and GRAIN 634 Springfield St. Feeding Hills, Mass Compliments of JOHNNIES DRIVE IN Specializing in Sea Foods Chicken in the Basket — Grinders Cor. Springfield and Moreland St., Feeding Hills Compliments of DOM SHAER’S MARKET Feeding Hills CenterHOT ROD HEADQUARTERS SPEED PARTS Fender Skirts — Glass Packed Mufflers Lowering Blocks — All Dual Exhaust Systems MEYER'S STRAUSS STORES Compliments of RASCHI FENCE CO. Century Shopping Center Next to Sears West Springfield 105 High Street North Agawam TORIANI GARDENS Compliments of THE CELESTE BALBONI BAKERY 241 Meadow Street Since 1912 MAKERS OF FINE ITALIAN BREAD Agawam, Mass. Tel. RE 6-3219 25 King Street North Agawam Compliments of Compliments of SHEA CLEANERS 227 Memorial Avenue West Springfield Mr. and Mrs. Earle Houghton Compliments of Compliments of the PARO'S BARBER SHOP JITTERDOLLS 13 Maple Street North Agawam. MassachusettsDiamonds - Watches - Jewelry - Gifts Greeting Cards LETALIEN JEWELER'S S S H Green Stamps Expert Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repair Fully Guaranteed 383 Walnut Street Agawam, Mass. JAMES W. CESAN SONS Growers of Vegetables and Tobacco Tel. RE 3-8709 407 N. West Street Feeding Hills CHAS. M. ROBINSON Range and Fuel Oils RE 4-0051 1504 Main Sttreet Agawam, Mass. For The Finest In RADIO and AGAWAM RADIO TV ENGINEERS Auto Radio Experts Washing Machines Repaired TV SERVICE Tel. RE 9-5923 717 Main Street Agawam, Mass. Compliments of FRAN'S BARBER SHOP Opposite the Coliseum AGAWAM SUPERETTE Wood - Bedore MEATS — GROCERIES — VARIETY 400 Cooper Street, Cor. Suffield Agawam, Mass. RE 9-5426 Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 Mr. and Mrs. Edgar T. Daigneault Sylvania TV Washers Ranges Refrigerators LETOURNEAU YOUNGS AGAWAM'S TELEVISION CENTER Sales — Service — Installations Telephone RE 2-9206 Cor. Cooper and Main Sts. Agawam, Mass.Oac Ti i e Ufme 

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