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MR. JAMES CLARK
Superintendent of Schools
MR. FREDERICK T. DACEY
MR. DAVID THEODOROWICZ
MR. JOHN PORTER
MR. DAVID SKOLNICK
MR. RUDOLFO ALTOBELLI MR. DARRELL K. ASHTON MR. HENRY BAKER MR. LOUIS BALE
Commercial Science Industrial Arts Industrial Arts
MR. PETER BALL, JR. MRS. HASMIG G. MRS. LYDIA W. BLAKESLEE
Science BALSEWICZ Reading
MR. EDWARD D. BRENNAN MR. LAWRENCE MR. RICHARD CARBONE
Social Studies BUDDINGTON, JR. Social Studies
MR, GUS MR. HAROLD CLARK
MISS FRANCES J. MRS JANET DANIELS
COFRANCESCO Physical Education
MR. DARCY DAVIS JR. MR. HENRY DRABIK
Music Social Studies
MR. CHESTER NICORA MR. ROBERT FASSNACHT
MR. JOSEPH FAUCETTE
MR. RICHARD FERRANTI MR. WILLIAM GARDINER MR. JOHNAF. GREENE MRS. FLORENCE M.
English Industrial Arts Remedial HALLBOURG
MR. CHARLES HEYL MRS. DOROTHY HOLMES
Industrial Arts Libfafian
MRS. KATHERINE KALLOCH MRS. MARJORIE KELLY MR. CLIFFORD KIBBE
Latin Home Economics Physical ECIUCBTIOT1
MR. JOHN F. KILLORY MR. HELEN B. KRAJEWSKI MRS- ELIZABETH I-ANGI-OIS MR. ALFRED J. LAUDE
English French Home Economics Mathemaiics
MR. HARRY LEONARDI MRS. FRANCES MISS GI-ENNA LINKE
Phyeical Education LIBISZEWSKI English
MRS. MIRIAM MACKLER MR. PETER MAZZA MISS EMILY MCCORMICK
English Social Studies Commercial
Miss ELEANOR MILLER Miss IDA Moeelo MR. Jossm-4 P. MORIARTY MRS' DOROTHEA NARDI
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MR. JOHN E. PETRCNE MR. ROLAND PRESSEY MRS. PHYLLIS ROBBINS
English Driver Education Commercial
Miss JUDITH sr. JEAN MISS GERALWNE
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MR. FRED SCYOCURKA MRS. MARIA SEARS MR. ELLSWORTH L. SHARPE MR- LAWRENCE P- SHEEHAN
Social Studies French
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MRS. MIRIAM K. SHERMAN MR. HARMON A. SMITH MISS EI-EANOR H- SMITH
MaThema1ics Physical Education MaTI'1em-BTICS
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To Those who have given us The abiliTy To use This life
To all who have helped To make us whaT we are,
To The pasT, The presenf, and The fufure,
We dedicaTe our lives.
hose whom we owe
We are The young, To whom Th
e world belongs.
We are The forTunaTe, To whom The world Turns.
OThers are guiding The presenT,
STill oThers have guided The pasT,
Our is The fuTure.
Give us our burden, we are ready.
You have loved us, TaughT us,
Suffered wiTh us.
Now we have come of age.
LeT us do our share, leT us live
And love and bring forTh our young.
The fufure lies brighT ahead of us
We Turn To il eagerly, accepTing The good iT brings,
CorrecTing The evil.
The challenge is our
s and we are ready.
Give us The fuTure.
CAROL ANN BOWDEN
JOHN T. MORIN
Our devoted class president intelli-
gent and hard-working student
friends with everyone Boys' State
representative . , . polite, respectful,
and well-liked . . . all around athlete . . .
CYNTHIA C. BROWN JUDY A. SARAT JOHN F. LlTCl'lFlEl.D
Vigorous and intelligent leader . . . fun- Personality plus . . . neat and attractively A lr'-le gentlemen - - - Senior ff3Cli mem-
loving with a spark of deviltry , . , dressed . . . peppy and vivacious cheer- be' ' ' - dependable end Slmefe - - - ln-
championship baton fwirler . . . loyal to leader - . . has a smile for everyone she 'e'?5'ed in l'lS'O'Y - - - debafef and
3 special Someone U . ' oh! that laugh sees . I . swprisingly powerful voice . U . philosopher . . . active in dramatics . . .
. . . Cindy likes Fords. I .Judy conscientious student . . . John
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DAVID J. ALVIGINI
interest in West Side . . . basketball flash
. . . mad dash for lunch . . . all around
athlete . . . baby sitter . . . Mr. Sharpe's
chauffeur . . . Oh! am I Tired . . . Nose
. . .Dave
RICHARD J. AYOTTE
Works at Friendly's . . . a way with the
girls . . . Agawam's boy cheerleader . . . ALBERT BAGGETTA
a winning smile . . . good looking . . .
. . . Hot trombone and guitar black curly
wears conservative shirts . . . Dick
KAREN L. BAILEY
Future in art . . . petite blonde . . . spe-
cial interests outside of Agawam . . . en-
thusiastic dancer . . . sensitive and soft-
spoken . . . success will surely be hers
. . . loves an exciting time . . . Karen HELEN A' BARBlERl
Likes fraternity parties . . . always with
"Butch" anxious to graduate
natural curly hair always dressed
neatly . . . forever causing trouble . . .
likes to tell iokes . . . Helen
THERESA M. BEAUVAIS
Needs a Toni! . . . hot red Dodge . . .
world's worst driver . . . builds snowmen
in her spare time . . . Web loyal
l"lNDA M' BARNES Lerner's employee . . . talkative, to be
In problems class?? . . . always with sure. . .Terri
Karen . . . loves to talk . . . mature per-
sonality . . . likes school . . . has a nice
word for everyone. tries hard to
please . . . abundance of common sense
. . . Linda
LOIS A. BARBIERI
Likes football players . . . Oh! to go to
the Cabaret!! . .. constant mover . . .
West Side to Agawam and back
individualist shiny black hair . .
fun-loving with a spark of deviltry . .
MONTAGUE K. BELDEN
Hot stick six . . . very quiet . . . winter
car trouble . . . pool shark . . . are you
kidding me? . . . likes to wash his car
. . . avid golf enthusiast . . . Monty
MARYANN R. BETTERS
Nylon in my run! . . . d. i. in stenography
.. . "l knew something was missing!"
. . . 5th period study . . . changes iobs
with the weather . . . tall and attractive
. . .Butch
RICHARD E. BENOIT 1
Three-fourths of a popular pair . . . hates 3
homework Mr. Touchdown! ,
Agawam's patrol warden . . . hidden per- l
sonality extremely shy tricky
laugh . . . Dick CAROL A. BERBERIAN
Petite cheerleader . . . meticulous dresser i
. . . pixie . . . temper! temper! . . . in-
terest in the Far West . . . bounce . . . l
Volkswagen . .. cute and lively
changes moods with the weather .. l
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JOHN M. BIUSO N
Pessimist . . . psychology nut . . . ticklish '
. . . enthusiastic student councilman . . . '
E.S.F.E. boy has a "different" car
. . . likes teddy bears charms the l
MICHAEL c. Biroooo Q"'S' - 'fafk l
Loyal librarian?? . , . good gymnast . . . l
sharp mathematician "Physics is a
laugh" . . . wavy hair . . . friendly per-
sonality . . . quiet spoken . . . Mike 3
ROBERT F. BIZA
Head to toe . . . "Hi there!" . . . band
member . . . iolly . . . interested in
Scouts with distinction as Eagle Scout . . .
one of the boys at the proi. booth . . .
"big" man around the school . . . con-
siderate personality . . . Bob
JOHN G. BOLDEBOOK
Hates women drivers . . . maximum yell
. .. glass packed station wagon . . .
interest at Friendly's after the football
games . . . one of the bold kidnappers
. . .interesting!. . .John
JEAN L. BORGATTI
Top commercial student . . . interest at
Northeastern . . . loves franks and puns
. . . rides horses into cars . . . hot blue
Ford . . . talkative and then some . . .
always with Cynthia . . . Bean . .
LEE F. BOLGER
Avid horseman . . . has his future paid
. .. Food Mart employee . . . friendly
kid with a winning personality . . . likes
a good joke . . . a girl watcher . . . tap,
tap, tap . . . a great future scientist . . .
always ready and willing . . . Lee
LINDA F. BONAVITA
Constant chatterbox . . . likes Polish food
. . . always telling ioikes . . . Bonzo . . .
loves gym?? . . . "Anybody got an extra
dessert?" . . . wild blue Ford . . . "Did
you do your homework?" . . . Linda
WILLIAM L. BOULEY
Sharp dresser casanova snow
bunny . . . always late for school . . .
drive me home? pizza lover
likes to watch the cheerleaders . . . Rose-
land twister . . . plenty of school spirit
. . .throws eggs. . .Bill
GEORGE A. BOURGEOIS
Sells orange iuice . . . remember the
prom? . . . crash . . . a combination of
fun and quiet wit . . . hidden intelligence
. . . never does his homework . . . likes
girls with jet black hair a good
thinker . . . George
CAROL A. BOWDEN
Bubbles??'? long sleek blonde hair
. .. likes to walk wedding bells
soon . . . only her hairdresser knows . . .
dramatic Fairy Mae ,. . always smiling
. . . a girl with set ideas . . . Carol
RAYMOND V. BRUNO
Relic from the Roaring Twenties???
. . . natural born dancer . . . always
telling iokes and iazzing up songs . . .
our deejay . . . fairly thin . . . likes
WILLIAM -l- BROGGl Toni's parties . . . perennial vest wearer
Future pharmacist . . . reserved and quiet ' ' - Rai'
spoken .. . enjoys a good laugh .. .
John's pal . . . friendly . . . tricky hair
cut .. . one of the physics boys .. .
handsome in a mature way . . . Bill
NORMAN C. BURR
Clean-cut collegiate look . . . mischievous
smile . . . the kind of guy not soon for-
gotten . . . spends his time in the auto
shop . . . "teddy bear" . . . an un-
hurried manner . . , Norm
ROBERT G. CAHILL
A great thumber . . . Pete's shadow . . .
a hockey flash likes to telephone
girls . . . hiiacks pumpkins . . . sports CHERYL CARMODY
fan . . . always funny?? . . . former rm-
kee I I I avid ke skater I I I Bob Shy and pretty . . . interested in the
barbering profession . . . hates homework
. .. lovely hair attractive clothes
. . . mature outlook on life . . . friendly
smile for everyone . . . likes Friendly's
ice cream . . . Cheryl
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DONALD DJ. CHAREST
Good it Out of science more
than . shadows a iunior girl . . .
new town leader . . . a bit of
neat appearance .. . 'fun
JANET M. CHRISCOLA
Variety of Olds . . . meticulously neat
. . . knee-socks and sweaters always
matching . . . chatterbox with the girls
. . . lively . . . small but mighty . . .
well-liked commercial student . . . Janet
PAUL W. CHICOINE
Wicked Chevy . . . "Chic" . . . "all that
rot" . . . clean cut look . . . left at the
door by the girl next door . . . likes the
senior girls . . . neat, sharp dresser . .
good-natured . . . Paul
Rather dense? wicked driver even
in the back seat!! . . . well-dressed . . .
GARY R. CHURCHILL
Bombs 1 around in a white Ford . . .
college-bound . . . red-drawers at the
kid-party tall, lean, well-liked . . .
slightly preiudiced for the lrish . . . likes
burnished copper hair . . . Gary
gas tank always empty . . . Hadley's
handsome . . . loves popular music . .
mouse . . . wild . . . Luigi
BEVERLY J. COLBURN
Always borrowing clothes! . .. freckles
. . . quiet and unassuming . . . paiama
parties Richard's drive-in . . . density
mad driver?? with Charlotte and
Carol . . . Bevey
GARY R. COLE
Would rather take a car apart than study
. . . ask him what he and Eddy do . . .
a loyal and dependable friend . . . skiis
in stretched stretch pants . . . husky
football player with a mellow voice . . .
LESLEY A. COLE
A talented singer . . . has a mind of
her own . . . wonder what she did be-
fore she got her license?? . . . memorable
summers at Bucksteep . . . hates her nick-
name, Lassie . . . the ability to succeed
. . .Lesley
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GARY F. CONNAUGHTON
Used to spend his time in the music room
. . . A.V.A. technician . . . pals with
Andre a loyal member of C.A.P.
. . . industrious to a point . . . a tricky
smile . . . did you do your physics yet??
. . . Gary
KATHLEEN A. CORGAN
Oh, those Holyoke fellas! ., . sharp
clothes . . . "But an apple is quite filling"
. . . the last of the non-drivers . . . al-
ways in on the fun . . . always arranging
a date for someone . . . Oh, perfume!!!
. . . Kathy
SHARON A. COMPTON
lndividualist in ways and ideas . . . our
little girl . . . petite . . . "Hey, anybody
got a dessert?" . . . remember your 16th
birthday . . . peppy dancer . . . an ex-
cellent commercial student . . . Sharon
VINCENT G. COSGROVE
So serious and sincere-at times! . . .
never fails to say "Hi!" . . . a carefree
spirit . . . always with the boys . . .
speed, power, and a girl who makes
straight A's . . . has a talent for con-
versing sensibly . . . Saturday night
escapades . . . Vinnie
CAROL J. COVENTRY
Athletic, likes volleyball . , . short and
simple style to her blonde hair . . .
smiles are- like puzzlesg they each portray
a mood . . . she moves quietly, but with
purpose . . . considerate . . . Carol
RAYMOND D. DANTON
"Mr. Hair" . . . three way mirror fan
. . . baho run . . . top quarter miler
. . . maximum scream . . . zoo-ee-coo
. . . likes to tell people they're going
through the wrong door . . . a close
look reveals a devilish nature . . . Ray
WILLIAM P. D'AMATO
A nice unparticular man . . . cagey, but
never caught! . . . an unexpected smile
. .. his school days are quietly spent
. . . at home in the shop . . . pals with
ELAINE M. DALLAPEGORARA Broggi . . . genuine sincerity . . . Bill
A true lady in every way sweet
and quiet-except for those giggles . . .
terrific artist . . . love those gym classes
. . . excuse me, please . . . always neat
as a pin I didn't say fill, I said
Phil . . . bound to be a success in her
career . . . Elaine
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BARRY T. DAVILLI
Our yearbook photographer . . . one of
the A.V.A. crew . . . iunior marshal . . .
"rotate addict" . a smooth ladies JANET L- DeMONT
man?? . . . outgoing personality . . . I '
slideerule romeo . . . an unpredictable Terror behind the wheel . . . always will-
nature. . .Barry ing to help . . . lead in the Senior play
. . . innumerable friends . , . special in-
terest at U.R.l .... a stalwart doorstop
. . . good organizer . . , always search-
ing tor excitement .. . always stylish
and smart looking . . . Jan
Those pointed shoes and sweeping hair-
dos! . . . an accomplished dancer . . .
flashy car . . . short in stature, but one
never notices . . . typical teenage interest,
girls .. . carefree and happy ... . Joe
JAMES R. DONOVAN
Hangs around with the "Torpedo" . . .
stock market reports in home room . . .
talkative . . . powerful voice . . . Girls!
Girls! . . . class cynic . . . impressionist
. . . party man Hollywood bound
. . . has many ideas . . . Jim
PATRICIA A. DEPALO
Brings with her an air of laughter . . .
good looks . . . an interesting smile . . .
her favorite drink, A84W root beer . . . a
quick wit . . . constantly whispers in
study hall . . . Patty
STANLEY M. DREWNOWSKI
"I was absent the day we learned to
write" . . . intelligent athlete . . . Hans
. .. anything for a laugh . . . an eye
for the fairer sex student lounge
member . . . college bound . . . Friday
night with the boys . . . Stan
"Moose" . . . only her hairdresser knows
. . . time out for fun . . . loves jelly
sandwiches . . . attractive and meticulous
. . . good-natured talkativeness . . . con-
scientious student . . . Cynthia
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WILLIAM J. DRZYZGA
All those who know him, know him as
a friend . . . has a variety of interests
. . . quiet in appearance . . . his principal
aim in life is to enioy it . . . he has that
knack . . . Billy
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MARY L. DUGAN
Always good for a laugh . . . A.I.C. fan
. . . looking for a blue Cadillac . . . W
good driver . . . future employee of
Shepherd's . . . short skirts anyone! . . .
naughty . . . laugh again . . . eyes glow- STANLEY M' DUMOND
ing with mischief in mind . . , Mary Quiet in school, naturally! . . . watch out
for his temper , . . likes a good time
with the boys never seems in a
hurry . . . an avid car enthusiast . . . a
loner . . . Stan
RAY R. ENGLER
Interests at the beach . . . avid fisher-
man . . . friends with many underclass-
PETER EGAN men . . . quiet and considerate . . . pals
'th Bongi . . . blond crew-cut . . .
Coliseum "rinkee" . . . Falcon fan . . . Igsygoing g ' .Burch
supreme trig student . . . dislikes dancing,
but has an eye for the girls .. . tall
. . . another Egan to A.l.C .... sumber-
iack's boys . . . oh, tho-se glasses . . .
PATRICIA P. DUPONT
A fresh, natural attractiveness . . . holds
high standards . . . a melodic laugh
a flair for nice clothes and the knack to
wear them . . . always gets her man . . .
a truly lady-like manner . . . Pat
Stylish in dress . .. colorguard captain
. . . tall and striking . . . Springfield
College fan . . . always arguing for an
extra point . . . future Friendly's execu-
tive . . . nice smile . . . Candy
Loves a good joke . . . popular with the
A.l.C. crowd Kresge worker . . .
"Did anybody do her French?" . . . Casual
Corner's best customer . . . favorite color
is red . . . Connie
DORRIN G. EXFORD'
Auburn hair and perfect features . . .
"l'll never eat again!" . . . friends with
Patty . . . accomplished art student . . .
has a special interest in the Navy . . .
loves horses! . .. always a lady ..
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DONALD W. FAITS
Wanted Dead-or-Alive . . . devil-may-care
attitude . . . when he becomes a man
. .. constant playmate . .. oh! those
crushes! . . . has a knack for not getting
along with people . . . Don
NANCY L. FAY
Great typist?? . . . easy to like . . . ex-
band member . .. quiet but pleasant
ways . . . loads of brothers and sisters
. . . nice to know . . . an independent
air . . . Nancy
JOHN R. FERIOLI
Three year view man . . . last one of
"the boys" to get his license . . . hangs
around with Don G .... favorite expres-
sion . . . "l don't know. Don't ask me."
. . . ringmaster . . . "Do you persist?" . . .
happy-go-lucky . . . poker face . . . Jack
WILLIAM R. FERRANTI
Doesn't like to buy gas . . . two-for-one
sale . .. moon-equipped . . . '56 Ford
. . . all around athlete . . . Ballucci . . .
iunior license . . . practices with great
vigah . . . beach boy . . . playboy . . .
never a dull moment . . . Bill
SYBIL I. FINCH
Constant talker disreputable gym
sneakers . . . tall and pretty . . . always
has the last word . .. loves spiders??
. . . "three cheers for Dartmouth" . . .
a Kresge's moneymaker . . . Sybil
ANDRE G. FONTAINE
French whiz . . . very busy on the cat-
walk . . . white Ioafers? . . . sharp drum-
mer . . . A.V.A. officer . . . a distinctive
hair style . . . follows the bells . . . an
easy-going personality . . . Andy
WILLIAM R. FOAKES
Perennial school citizen . . . ladies man??
well-dressed sleeps Through
fifth period every day . . . likes to laugh
. . . a tricky accent . . . avid sketch help-
er. . .debonair. . .Bill
RICHARD R. FOLEY
Transfer from West Side . . . likes Physi-
ology? . . . wears conservative shirts . . .
a quiet friend is far better than loneli-
ness . . . girls! . . . a calm and under-
standing nature . . . Dick
NANCY L. FOOTE
"Friendly" . . . spreads her vivaciousness
wherever she goes . . . neat dresser . . .
hot temper .. . sincerity ancl frankness
are her trademarks "Who says I
drive too fast?" . . . Nancy
PHILIP J. FRAVESI
Hates physics . . . hot Chevy . . . friend-
ly . , . nice until you get to know him
. . . good sense of humor . . . carefree
and happy never a dull moment
. . . enioys a good time . . . Phil
HAROLD A. FULLAM
Center on our basketball team . . . gas
station attendant . . . enioys a good
laugh .. . a subtle smile , . . tall and
husky . . . collegiate crew-cut . . . likes
to have a good time . . . Bud
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LYNNE M. GAMELLl
Always a bright smile and a nice word
. . . skates often at Silver Lake . . . her
greatest desire is to succeed! . . . excels
in subiect dealing with home economics
. . . Lyn
Constant chatterbox , .. "sweetheart"
. . . always game for a good time . . .
avid hockey tan possesses a rare
gift of understanding that bright
smile! . . .Pat
Small in stature . . . good dancer .. .
always forgets her gun in color guard . . .
a snappy gal with her own sense of
humor . . . pals with Regina . . . Andrea
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DENNIS E. GARDNER
Curly blonde hair .. . active in the
shops . . . interest in cars and bowling
. . . "those questions in problems" . . .
quiet and unassuming . . , the ability to
succeed in his field . . . Dennis
RICHARD L. GAUDREAU
A former log thrower . . . known for his
carefree spirit . . . a loner . . . school
does not please him at all . . . Rich
GEORGE S. GAUNT
Airplane-crazy . . . "Uh, mmm, ah." . . .
oh, those legs . . . full of fun . . . re-
member the Cub Scout days? . . . "l'd
like to say this about that" . . . loves
math . . . girls, girls . . . Corky
FRANCIS J. GENSHEIMER, JR.
If he laughs at a ioke, you know it's
funny "Don't put me on."
Ursuline Academy tan . . . popcorn tan
. . . likes to argue with authority . . .
how many classes do you have in room
15? . . . constantly teasing someone . . .
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ROY A. GIORDANO
Mechanically inclined . . . always at the
wheel ot a car . . . an impassive nature
stands by room 'l7 every morning
. . likes tiny girls . . . Roy
PHILLIP J. GIRARD
A quiet but sincere person likes
underclassmen pole-vaulter on the
track team . . . easy-going . . . lunch
table flirt . . .Phil
RICHARD E. GINGRAS, JR.
A laugh on the bus . . . likes tall blondes
. . . runs around on a motor scooter . . .
hard worker . . . kingpin of the library
staff . . . smiley . . . calm manner and
tolerant nature . . . Dick
DONALD R. GLOGOWSKI
The toot great defensive football
player . . . galumpki . . . dropped tran-
ny on highway one night . . . snap out
of it, Fuzz belated hoopster
early license . . . Fuzz
JAMES P. GRADY
An asset to our basketball team . . . tall
and lanky, but long on looks
exaggerates immensely . . . wickedly
funny . . . practical ioker . . . likes to
watch Jack Paar's show at Mart's house
Have tractor, will travel . . . tomato
queen . . . pretty blue eyes . . . iusf
a touch of sophistication . .. bulky
sweaters galore . . . modern hair styles
. . Dianne
PAUL R. HALBACH
Affable genius . . . circumloicutionist
"l don't get it" troublesome cur-
fews . . . escorts governors . . . distinc-
tive walk . . . eavesdrops on the senior
girls . .. "I have a superior inteIIect"
. . . Paul
JAMES F. HARNOIS
Tall . . . football center . . . likes Irish
music . . . worked at Riverside . . . choir
boy . . . outwardly quiet? . . . a sopho-
more girl . . .Jim
GILBERT A. HALL
Hockey player drives a Plymouth
carrot-top Dave D's buddy
raises minks for a pastime
memorable morning bus rides al-
ways smiling . . . enioys a good laugh
. . . Gil
Pals with Roy G .... outstanding man-
ners and characteristics . . . easy to know
and like . . . an unhurried manner . . .
JANET W. HASTINGS
Blinkey always laughing, even at
nothing . . . likes clark-haired boys . . .
"Of course I know where Cuba is!"
hospital worker drives a speedy
Volkswagen . . . Jan
MICHAEL S. HAYNES
Likes sharp cars .. . drives like a bat
. . . carefree ways' and a devilish glance
. . . distinctive hair cut . . . height to
spare . . . never a dull moment . . . Mike
LOUIS J. HECKER
Ping-pong champ , . . has a great "col-
lege" haircut . . . power ot the A.V.A.
. .. National Honor Society likes
a tast beat . . . which sister now? . . .
an organized mind. . .Lou
RICHARD A. HENRY
Dark features . . . "l kid you not" . . .
a terrific card . . . capable of great sin-
cerity "But I tell you, I did lose
my pictures" typical high school boy
. . . Dick
GUY E. Huivusron
Different! . . . long Iolond hair . . .
manages Mr. Car Wash . . . Canadian
foods!!! . . . a subtle sense of humor
. . . a good roller-skater . . . class re-
marksl? . . . Guy
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Swindlerl kid party Hampton
Beach with the boys third period
breaks . . . Feeding Hills Country Club
. . . gobble, goloble . . . party organizer
.. special interest in the iunior class
. . feather plucker . . . Bob
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NANCY B. JOHNSON
I thought l'd never get my license" . . .
roving eyes neat dresser a
willing helper . . . had fun on the Iowa
trip . . . a smile costs nothing to use . . .
PATRICIA A. KANE
Always smiling . . . friends with Dorrin
. . . conscientious . . . lovely sophistica-
tion . . . cute and giggly . . . Friendly
ice cream employee . . . a worthy Nation-
al Ho-noir Society member . . . funny . . .
ROBERT K. KANE
Strong sense of humor . . . his principal
idea in life is to enjoy it . . . question-
asker in problems . . . never moody . . .
works hard at what he enioys . . . Bob
SUZANNE M. KARAKLA
Cotnsiderate and friendly . .. nervous?'?
. . future nurse . . hard worker . . .
typical of feminine curiosity . . accom-
plished seamstress a student who
takes her studies seriously . .. athletic
. . .Suzanne
RANDALL L. KRUGER
Falling over Problems . . . nice blue
Chevy . . . enioys backyard football . . .
quiet in appearance, but likes to laugh
shop-artist . . . Randy
RICHARD A. LAKE
Those summers at Bucksteep! . . . blond
curly hair . . . twelve o'clock curfew
future engineer . . . one track mind . . .
girls . . . vigorous Saturday hoo-pster
JOHN F. KOSINSKI
Have money, will spend , . . Agawam's
J.F.K. . . . mathematically figures his
chances IO to 1 . . . does his homework
once a month . . . almost, a socialist . . .
always debating . . . John
Woolworth's worker . . . Rich
DIANA J. LANG
A friendly smile for all . . . works hard
for her class . . . constant worrier . . .
sews beautifully "Will you please
get off the phone!!" . . . terrific sense of
humor . . . credit to A.H.S. . . . Diana
RICHARD W. LEAL
Tall . . . rebounder for A.H.S. basketball
team . . . great addition to the golf team
. .. always with his gang . . . enioys
a good time . . . Rich
PAUL H. L'HEUREUX
Spends his time in the library .. . a
clown . . . a calm and undisturbed nature
. . . never tires of laughing . . . easy-
going personality . . . hard worker . . .
happy . . . sells popcorn at Riverside
PATRICIA A. LLOYD
Can Talk a blue streak . . . lively and
mischievous , . . "Ha, ha! I can blow
bigger bubbles than you" friends
with Carol R .... a bombshell waiting
to explode . . . Pat
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HOLLY A. NIARIEB
Extremely verbose . . . Does anyone have
a hay wagon? "Clyde" iet
black hair and smokey eyes loyal
JOAN V- NlAGlS-l-Rl Friendly's employee . . . future airlines
Talks with her hands . . . another Dear Slewafdess- - -HOIIY
Abby . . . hates to put gas in the
Cadillac . . . she arrives one minute early,
if she's lucky . . . "what, me work?" . . .
appreciates the finer things . . . math
MARILYN L. MARQUISS
Quiet and unassuming . . . eager to
please . . . friends with underclassmen
always standing outside of Room
5 . . . long brown hair . . . good-natured
talkativeness . . . Marilyn
KATHLEEN M. MARTIN
Peppy cheerleader . .. petite al-
ways giggles . . . cute little mouse . . .
a future nurse . .. gets a ride EVERY
morning . . . favorite song-"Smoke gets
in Your Eyes" . . . a little lady . . , Kathy
MARTIN J. MCMAHON
Our student council president . . . drives a
sturdy Studey . . . afraid of girIs?!? . . .
talk, dark, and O.K. . . . depth charges
. . . "you kidolin me!" . . . all kinds of
class . . . vocabulary plus . . . Mart
DARLENE A. MCLEAN
Food Mart worker . . . "McDurdy" . . .
Hi-Boy fan . . . "of course I set my hair"
has a great interest in wildlife,
A ESZGCIBIIY YTTOOSS . . . has B COCE6 in I'1Ei'
' no e . . . un retentious . . . ar
A lady in every respect . . . is she or p
isn't she .. . always hungry . . . cute
little pug nose shy?? French
linguist . . . always smiling . . . Mariner
. .. A and P employee . . . Mickey
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MICHAEL A. MEADE
Can always be seen in the shops . . .
carefree and sleepy . . . animal calls . . .
3 A.M. walks Storrowtown waiter
. . . English IV . . . on the scene
future social walker . . . Mike Always has a new iob . . . drug store
worker big tease up on the
world situation?? . . . clean-cut . . . air-
conditioned pockets! . . . constant talker
. . . let tomorrow bring what it may . . .
BEN D. MERCERI
JOHN C. MIKSZEWSKI
Chokes likes to race on South
Street . . . "When am I going to get my
license back?" . . . Johnny alphabet . . .
our quarterback . . . a day camp worker
. . . pals with Jim D. . . . Torpedo
ELLIOT D. MOREN
Excellent student .. . gifted with the
ability to succeed . . . terror on skates
. . . chess champion . . . intelligent . . .
our SACHEM editor . .. classic pianist
. . . sadistic . . . National Merit finalist
. . . Elliot
Long hair . . . likes tall boys with dark
hair . . . destination-California iMalibuJ
. . . Likes a '55 Chevy convertible . . .
Future psychology maior . . . "eccentric"
ALBERT l" MOCClO is her middle name. . . Sue
Always seen with the two Billy's .. .
likes a good time with the boys . . .
friendly and easy-going . . . has an Olds
of his own . . . a carefree spirit .. .
likeable personality . . . Al
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ANDREW S. MORRIS
"Sapphire" ., . corridor gymnast . . .
track star . . . part-time student . . . fu-
ture Air Force officer . . . friendly dis-
position . . . likes cars . . . alternate year
football player .. . overt mischief .. .
always clowning . . .Andy PATRICIA A- MURPHY
Student librarian loves to clown
around sells tickets at the games
. . . "No, I can't climb those ropes" . . .
always has the last word . . . remember
driver ed? . . . Pat
PETER T. NASSIF
Can be seen driving a T-bird . . . never
at a loss for words . . . How's your collar-
bone? . . . man with a pool . . . "Let's
go to the beach!" . . . "N-Y-Y-Y-L-E-S"
always looking for Cor tindingl mischief PAMELA P' NELSON
. . .Pete Studious, hard worker . . . doesn't drive
over fifteen miles an hour . . . diligent
library worker . . . can be recognized by
her shuffle . . . "Anybody got a kleenex"
. . . a friend to all who know her . . .
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JAMES P. O'CONNOR
Gym show Specialist . . . Has a unique
walk . . . expert yo-yo worker? . . .
good shop mechanic football fan?
. . . Crestview Country Club . . . always
with Billy . . . pleasant , . . mischievous
DENNIS NUTBROWN . . .Jim
English enthusiast . . . speaks his mind
wiry type of strength . . . drives a Ram- ku
bler . . . has a way of his own
PAUL W. NEULIEB
Member of the band . . . "tall Paul" . . .
good at basketball . . . easy to talk to
. . . Latin does not agree with him . . .
shortest haircut around easy-going
disposition . . . Neub
slightly shy . . . Denny
JOSEPH E. O'CONNOR JR.
Dependable, industrious, worker . . . a
ready smile . . . nightwatchman at Crest-
view . . . biology trip . . . Mt. Snow
Minnie . . . A.V.A. via basement , . .
enthusiasm . . . Jody
WILLIAM H. OLIVER
Takes long walks . .. racing fan .. .
charter member of IWW . . . has interest
out of state . . . quiet but pleasant ways
. . . d 't . . . d ' . . .
BNI ma arsonls ragster artist SHIRLEY A. OVERSTREET
Musical . . . excels in athletics . . . friend-
ly kid hot French ho-rn all hail for
Yale . . . loves biology . . . always driv-
ing Joan nuts . . . known for her wittiness
hates to be wrong . . . Shirley
JORDAN H. PADDOCK
Merc-powered Ford . . . headed for the
service .. . loves school? quite a
ladies man . . . shy . . . gym show . . .
deep thinker . .. stubborn . . . Jordan
FRANK M. PARZYCH, JR.
"Miss Smith, can I start that one on the
board?" . . . a physics student . . . big
tease . . . never forget the ripple tanks
likes to debate every subject
JACQUELINE R. PALEN hasla characteristic tone ot voice
A slim bit of a girl who
through life lovely
hair . . . likes to ski . . .
twinkle in her eye
but wait until you get to
know her . . .
Hi! for everyone . . . Jackie
RICHARD T. PIECZARKA
Likes to ask questions . . . expounds his
theories on science fiction . . . gentle-
manly manner . . . quiet and studious . . .
avid twister . . . parenthetic expressions
. . . conscientious student . . . always
takes notes . . . "for exampIe" Dick
MARTHA A. PILKINGTON
Hard worker . . . easily excited . . . al-
ways cheerful . . . chews gum incessantly
. . . ever hear someone talk a lot? . . .
interested in boys, boys, boys . . . good
piano player . . . future medical secretary
. . . Marty
Mature in his own way . . . English Class
. . . blue Ford . . . placid speaker . . .
transportation service elder
loves to have fun . . . Ron
ANDREW G. RAGUSKUS
Gets sunburned easily . . . iazzy trumpet
. . . can't figure out girls . . . intelligent
. . . math whiz . . . likable fellow . . .
what happened in lo'wa?!? chess,
anyone . . . Rag. . .Andy
E. SUSAN RAN DBY
Tall and graceful . . . "holy cow" . . .
flame colored hair an individualist
. . . ever cheerful . . . remember M.M.?
. . . loves off beat things . . . one of
the Room 6 girls . . . hates her first name
. . . Susan
DOMINICK J. RICCO, JR.
Takes his truck to school . . . can be seen
doing his homework at 7:40 A.M. . . .
reliable and trustworthy . . . works hard
at what he enioys . . . can always be
seen in auto mechanics . . . Dom
CATHERINE M. RAMAH
Helper to everyone . . . interest in world
problems always wearing a smile
. . . a loyal Agawam fan . . . very dark
hair . . . friendly towards all . . . rarely
serious, but always sincere . . . Cathy
CAROL A. ROBERTS
Quiet, but good natured . . . likes boys in
Washington . . . snappy dresser . . . easy
to like digs modern records
whiz in stenography . . diligent worker
in school . . . Carol
DANIEL B. ROMANKO
l Keen intellect . . . knows how to handle
l eggs . . . "shrimp" . . . Little Stiffer . . .
l likes "mouses" . . . math expert . . .
lon on legs . . . neighborhood prankster
Rlcl-lARD B' ROBINSON . pals with Pete . . . Danny
Flannel shirt "turtle" ski en-
thusiast a quiet but pleasing per-
sonality a considerate and faithful
friend . . . ardent fisherman . . . drives
a sharp Austin Healy . . . Dick
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JOYCE M. SHAKER
Don't make her laugh too hard . . .
maiorette for four years . . . one blue
sock, one black sock . . . cute little smile
. . . a good leader . . . friends with the pHYl-l-ls M' SHARKUS
sophomore girls??? Joyce Nice blonde hair . . . very emotional . . .
loves all kinds of dancing . .. "Don't
forget your slip, Phyllis" . . . Eye
shadow?? . . . never be a blood donor
JUDITH A. RUDDEFORTH
Chews gum in French . . . very active in
Rainbow . . . feminine chatterbox . . .
a warm and friendly person . . . "Rud"
. . . navy blue and gold . . . Judy
...abitofaflirt. . .Phyl
CLIFFORD G. SHEARD
Two fords . . "this is stupid" . . . one
of the former three musketeers . . . likes
iokes . . . always breaking and mending
his friendship! . . . Cliff
PHILIP L. SHERMAN
Enioys history class . . . quiet . . . a good
friend to have . . , English? . . . wishes
he had a Corvette . . . really likes school,
ha! . . . deep, husky voice . . . Phil
GA RY S. SLATE
Always seen in a green Chevy convertible
. . . spends time working on cars . . .
kingpin of local gas station likes
brunettes . . . a true friend . . . should
have hit English books quiet kid
. . . Gary
MARGARET E. SMITH
Wedding bells . . . "Jimmy, Jimmy" . . .
skilled seamstress and cook . . a fairly
good bowler . . . quiet . . . helps people
. . . interest in others . . . Cecil
CAROL A. SILVESTRINI
Loves English? . . . hard and dependable
worker . . . always worrying about year-
book deadlines . . . a true friend . . .
favorite question, "Why?" . . . gullible
worry wart loyal Food Mart
employee . . . future teacher . . . "what
a laugh" . . .Carol
LOIS A. SOJA
Mischievous eyes . . . quiet lady-like
way . . . pretty clothes . . . sincerity is
her trademark . . . takes great pride in
her accomplishments . . . constant worrier
. . . a true friend is eternal . . . Lois
old flame in Southwlck sharp ROBERT l-' STAWASZ
CYU A true friend . . . Do-n't be fooled by his
quietness . . . psychology whiz . . loves
fo go hunting . . . dresses with utmost
care . . . excels in things which he en-
ioys ...a wit of his own Bob
WILLIAM W. TEASE
Quiet , . . nice personality , . . Mr. Car-
wash employee . . . white Ford enthusiast
. . . gentle unfeeling . . . English IV . . .
"l do not agree with what you say, but
l will fight for your right To say it" . . .
JOANNE L. THORNTON
Quiet . . . future nurse always has the
car . . . pals with Kathy . . . active in
Rainbow . . . her favorite color is Navy
blue . . . neat as a pin . . . her favorite
expression-Oh! . . Joanne
J. JOHN TRZCINSKI
The perfect gentleman . . . his hobby is
stargazing . .. a conscientious student
. . . coaches a boys hockey team . ..
likes to play records in the morning . .
varsity baseball player . . . hard-working
AVA member . . . John
MERRILL O. TISDEL JR.
Spends his lunch money on telephone calls
to New York . . . senior girls Chaperone
. . . tricky knee . . . Banns College? . . .
big man, big heart . . . "don't forget the
negatives" . . . favorite picture, Gigi
. . .football. . .Puff
JOSEPH R. TOURVILLE JR.
Reliable and industrious . . . man behind
the scenes . . . drives a '60 blue Ford . . .
Alhambra Circle . . . Ji, Hoe . . . small
but mighty . . . future in the Air Force
. . . Joey
LOUISE A. VAILLANT
Has Florida tans year round . . . an in-
dustrious student . . . "prince," . . . excels
in history . . . an honor student . . .
enjoys gym . . . a worthy friend to all
. . . a thoughtful way . . . Louise
JAMES A. VAN REMOORTERE
Wisconsin Kid glad to see those
English grades . tallest boy in Room
I6 why did'you really come to
Agawam? . . . a real wif . . . where do
you go after lunch? . . . Vandy
PATRICK J. VASSALLO
Hockey and golf enthusiast . . . butter-
ball . .. always on the defensive . , .
used to have a Hudson . . . broke the
axle . . . never on time . . . class cut-
up . . ."Beaver" . . .Pat
ROGER A. WAITE
One of the hockey boys . . . a Friendly
l worker . . . hard-working AHS goalie . . .
a hesitant look, but a determined stride
SUSAN Y. VRENNA . . . a sincere, likable guy . . . Roger
Pixie . . petite and vivacious . . . uses
slugs . . . likes suede skirts . . . worked
at Forbes . . . artistic ability . . . imagina-
tion plus . . . all-round sports fan . . .
dimples . . . Sue
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Pretty hair . . . "But a dog did dent the
car, Dad!" quiet until you get to
know her . . . a one-time horse owner
. . . loves parties . . . one senior who MARY 'l' WELLS
doesnlf hate ffeslimen - - - Carol Oh, those crazy driving lessons . . . cute
. . . quiet . . . future Breck owner . . .
great writer . . . pals with Gail . . . good
leader . . . likes to have fun . . . Midge
DIANE C. WALLACE
Drum maior . . . "Give me some water"
expert on notebooks . .. Mariner
. . . summer interest at the Cape . . .
lively conversationalist . . . pretty blonde
hair . . . animals? . . . figure skater . . .
JAMES D. WHITE
Likes to ski good swimmer
doesn't really appreciate physics . . . has
several iobs during the year . . . do you
really sing in the glee club? . . . Whitey
RICHARD B. WHIJE
Butch haircut . . . always in Royce clean-
ers . . . mutt-diver . . . member of Fri-
day night hobby club . . . what's happen-
ing? doesn't like girls nice
clothes . . . Ricky
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SANDRA L. WILKINS
Good horse rider always there to
l help clon't call her Willy! , . .
parallel bar champion . . . always friendly
. . . likes servicemen . . . oh, those book-
keeping problems . . . should be a gym
teacher . . . Sandy
WALTER G. WILLARD
Walter, you're having a party tonight! . . .
really likes those bears . . . ever hear ot
Julius . . . likes girls, but which one? . . .
a library chess player . . . Walt
BRIAN J. WILES
Cool Brian . . . likes science fiction . .
peanuts . . . drives without a license . . .
smallest cassanova in the senior class . . .
usually at a party . . . loves to have a
good time . . . Jack
BEVERLY J. WILLIAMS
Tiniest member of color guard . . . fluffy
brown hair impish grin . . . her
favorite weather is "Fog" . . . remember
freshman cheering? always has a
ride to school . . . sparkly . . . Bev
JUDITH A. WILLIAMS
Sensible and practical but has a flair for
unorthodox . . . an active leader . . . has
a VIP at VPI . . . big tease . . . loves to
eat . . . "legs" . . . pert cheerleader . . .
"Willy" . . . sunny blonde . . . Judy
MARY J. WILSON
No superlative can describe her talking
. . . always on the go . . . the leader in
mischief . . . oh! that bright sly smile
. . . loads of fun . . . hates homework,
but is a member of National Honor Society
. . . Mary
RAYMOND J. WRIGHT
Physics fan? basketball star . .
trig whiz sometimes serious . . .
improved his French with a little effort-
"fermez la bouche" . . . always good
for a laugh . . . white convertible . . .
RONALD R. YERRID
A boy with something on his mind . . .
your temples are showing . ., mature
indifference . . . trailblazer . . . trip to
Stratford . . . Friday night with the boys
. . . First National . . . Ron
ANTONIA S. ZERRA
Hundreds of words a minute . . . creative
writer . . . avid iournalist . . . dramatic
actress . . . gives interesting parties . . .
a modern outlook on life . . . twist expert
. . . "Hodash" . . . speaks her mind . . .
Played in young people's symphony . . .
violin . . . loyal to family and friends
. . . interests outside of Agawam . . .
enioys popular songs and dances . . .
along with has a friendly mile
PAUL S. ZYMBA
Tall and good looking, but not available
. . . wild over cars . . . surprise: the first
day of study . . . transferred from West-
field iust in time to play hockey for
Agawam calls his favorite teacher,
"Ma" . . . Paul
Quiet and considerate . . . easy to get
avid student in problems class works
CLAYTON AUGUST. K iw
tobacco . . . selects his 'friends with care
. . .rather shy . . . Clay
LOUIS A. MASTROIANNI
Bold . . . college cut . . . future secretary
. . . Nassit's swimming pal . . . always
getting shot down beach fun at
Rhode Island student patrol
always ready for fun . . . Lou
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Our four years in high school began on September 4, 1959. Our first few days were miserable ones, for
they were spent in bewilderment and frustration. Our aimless wanderings about the school were not helped
any by mischievous upperclassmen who directed us to classrooms far from our destination. We struggled
through three enervating years until we finally reigned supreme as seniors. What memories do these
years hold for you?
After the shock of our first few days of classes wore off, we settled down to the business of getting ar
education. In October we elected our class officers, Jack Morin, Judy Sarat, Joyce Shaker, and Don Charest
Our class party had a hobo theme and was directed by Miss Durkan, who was to be our class advisoi
for the duration of our high school years.
We were not freshmen any more, we were the new sophomore class. Our class officers, Jack Morin, Cynthia
Brown, Judy Sarat, and Bill Bouley, were elected after having conducted vigorous campaigns. The class
party was conducted with a television personality theme, and our cafeteria was filled with "stars." As we
danced and generally enioyed ourselves, Bill Bouley and Diane Wallace were chosen king and queen of the
class party. Soon this year was over and we were anxiously awaiting our iunior year.
Now we were juniors, truly upperclassmen. We elected as our iunior class officers Jack Morin, Cynthia Brown,
Judy Sarat, and Marty McMahon. We selected our class rings early'in the year, and we were filled with
pride when they finally arrived in December. On December 4 our Junior Cabaret, "Rhapsody in White,"
transformed the cafeteria into a wonderland of color and breathtaking beauty. Judy Sarat was our only
representative on the Varsity Cheerleading Squad. An ocean liner formed the background for our Junior-
Senior Prom, "Moonlight Cruise." The co-chairmen of the prom were Dorrin Exford and Paul Halbach. The
workers on the prom committees deserve all the credit for the successful presentation of this gala event.
On June 8 we proudly occupied the senior seats for the first time as Judy Sarat and Barry' Davilli led the
graduating class down the aisle to the tune of "Pomp and Circumstance," played by organist, Mr. Budding-
We now entered OUR year. We were the second consecutive senior class to have hat trouble. For weeks
that seemed like years, we waited for our Robin Hood hats to arrive. We almost collapsed when they
finally came late in October. Our class officers were Jack Morin, Cynthia Brown, Judy Sarat, and John Litch-
field. Our senior Football co-captains Dick Benoit, Jack Morin, and Stan Drewnowski, led our team to a
successful season. Our varsity cheerleaders for this year included senior members Judy Sarat, Carol Berberian,
Kathy Martin, and Judy Williams. Our representatives to Girl's State and Boy's State were Cynthia Statkun
and Jack Morin. Elliott Moren was our National Merit Scholarship finalist, and Paul Halbach was our repre-
sentative to Governor's Day at the Exposition. On December l the senior play, "The Curious Savage," was
presented under the able direction of Miss St. Jean. We made our final debut as children at the annual "Kid
Party." The last few months of the senior year were spent preparing for OUR big day-GRADUATION.
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GERALDINE ALFANO Alarm Clock ROBERT BIZA Gold Palm Award
For you it's hard to be on time, To a person with scouting experience plus,
So use this clock to rise and shine. Take this gold palm-to you from us.
DAVID ALVIGINI Purple Tie JOHN BOLDEBOOK Female Chauffeur
Around your neck this tie will hang, Of this one fact we are aware,
To remind you of your old Capone gang. For women drivers you have no care.
JACQUELINE ANDOR French Dictionary LEE BOLGER Cowboy Hat
A French dictionary to help you spell A cowboy hat for you, of course,
That confusing word, "BaiIIieI." To ride upon your big brown horse.
LOUIS ANDREOLI Shopping Cart LINDA BONAVITA Cabbage
Now you'll be able to shop much more Polish food is quite a treat,
At your favorite First National Store. So take this cabbage-it's good to eat.
CLAYTON AUGUSTI Motorcycle JEAN BORGATTI Typewriter
To take you places far and near, For you this typewriter is really meant,
A motorcycle to your heart is dear. That you'll never lose your great talent.
RICHARD AYOTTE Piggy Bank WILLIAM BOULEY Closet
Here's a bank with one big slit, A practical gift, because everyone knows,
For you to put your "FriendIy" tips. The habit you have of buying clothes.
ALBERT BAGGETTA Guitar String GEORGE BOURGEOIS Poppy
If your guitar string happens to break, Here's a poppy, as red as can be,
Replace it with this, though it's only a fake. To give to your girl, whoever she may be.
KAREN BAILEY Blanket CAROL BOWDEN Emmy
Because you're always complaining you're cold, To a girl with acting ability plus,
Take this blanket-though it's full of holes. We give this Emmy without any fuss.
HELEN BARBIERI Quarantine Sign WILLIAM BROGGI Pharmacist Coat
4' Since your name sounds like a disease, You'll soon be wearing this quite a bit,
We give you this gift--iust to tease. So here's a chance to get used to it.
LOIS BARBIERI Hope Chest CYNTHIA BROWN Brownie
This hope chest we give to you, We all know about your love for sweets,
To make all of your dreams come true. So take this brownie-it's quite a treat.
LINDA BARNES Apron RAYMOND BRUNO Guided Tour of New York City
Since you excel in home economics, This is necessary in such a big city,
Wear this whenever you stir a cake mix. For if you got lost, it would be such a pity.
THERESA BEAUVAIS Fortune Cookie NORMAN BURR Newspaper Subscription
To predict your luck in years to come, To you this subscription we now present,
Use this fortune cookie and have some fun. To always inform you of current events.
MONTAGUE BELDEN Orange and Brown Terrier ROBERT CAHILL Stock Car
Although in Agawam you now reside, An avid racing fan YOU BFS,
Here's a remembrance of old West Side. So here's your very own stock car.
RICHARD BENOIT Athletic Trophy CHERYL CARMODY Sugar 'n Spice
To one of our stars who made a name, BSCBUSE' YOU SXCEI in being nice,
And added to Agawam's football fame. We give to you some Sugar 'n spice.
CAROL BERBERIAN Ladder DONALD CHAREST Large Brake
Because you're petite as can be, With this gift you'll never mistake,
We give you this ladder so you can see. And hlf The 965 IVISTSHCI Of The brake-
MARYANN BETTERS Apple Pie PAUL CHICOINE Helmet
The "apple" of this girl's eye, With your top down you'll never fret,
Seems to be some apple pie, If you remember this crash helmet.
MICHAEL BITGOOD Razor Blade JANET CHRISCOLA Pin
To make sure of a clean-Cut 5have, For a girl who sparkles from toe to chin,
To you we give this razor blade, And keeps herself looking as neat as a pin.
JOHN BIUSO Clothes Catalogue GARY CHURCHILL Pillow
our cool collegiate style, A Pillow IS an ideal Qlfff
ahead by 5 mile, For one who sleeps on biology trips. 55
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Use this catalogue and be
LOUIS CINCOTTA Car Battery
In case your battery ever goes dead,
Here's a brand new one to use instead.
BEVERLY COLBURN Sheet Music
Because you're always in good voice,
Use this sheet music, you have no choice.
GARY COLE Dressing Table
For you when you make your great debut,
Here's an actor's table with lights quite a few.
LESLEY COLE Copy of Lassie Come Home
A story of a dog we give to thee,
The reason for it is plain to see.
SHARON COMPTON "Bobby" pin
We promise we won't reveal of who,
This "bobby" pin reminds you.
GARY CONNAUGHTON Cap
A cap for you, as you can see,
Because we know you belong to the C.A.P.
KATHLEEN CORGAN Egg
We know of your interest in Holyoke,
So the perfect gift would be a yoke.
VINCENT COSGROVE Meal Ticket
There will be no need to picket,
For here's your very own meal ticket.
CAROL COVENTRY Magic Wand
This magic wand we give to you,
And hope it will make your wishes come true.
ELAINE DALLA PEGORARA Paint and Brush
Because your talents lie in the arts,
Use this gift which comes in two parts.
WILLIAM D'AMATO Boat
This boat in the form of a shapeless fish,
Will remind you of summers in nearby Otis.
RAYMOND DANTON Sacroiliac
If ever you're twisting and hurt your back,
Be sure to use this new sacroiliac.
BARRY DAVILLI Party Hat
When a party's on, Barry's near,
So wear this hat and spread good cheer.
JANET DeMONT Lifeguard
Rescuing Janet won't be very hard,
Here's little Rhody's best lifeguard.
JOSEPH DePALO Tap Shgeg
Because you have talent for this type of dancing,
Here's some tap shoes to always keep you prancing.
PATRICIA DePALO Happy
To always keep you iust as you are,
Here's some youth pills-they're better by far.
CYNTHIA DiVIRGlLIO Jeno
Since iello is your favorite food,
Have Some On US, When you're in the mood.
JAMES DONOVAN Stock
Since Mrs. Savage made you moan,
Here's a stock of your very own.
STANLEY DREWNOWSKI Gag
Your truck is known so well by all,
And here's some gas in case it stalls.
To keep you from harm while on the slope,
These lessons will help, as least we hope.
MARY DUGAN Rubber Caution Sign
Now you can practice driving at it,
Cause it pops right up after it's hit.
STANLEY DUMOND Copy of "Manager in 30 days"
To the future manager of a Food Mart Store,
Read this book with hints galore.
PATRICIA DUPONT Trampoline
Use this each anol every day,
To bounce your fears and cares away.
PETER EGAN Hock6Y Stick
For you-a guy on our team
Who was certainly always on the beam.
RAY ENGLER Fish
We know it has been your fondest Wish,
To someday catch an angler fish.
CANDACE EWELL GYVTW BIC-i0mel'5
Never again will you be dismayed,
For not having your bloomers on each gym day.
CONSTANCE EWELL Key
Here is a key, as you can see,
To crank your Volkswagen, if it be.
DORRIN EXFORD Boat
This boat will keep you company,
And remind you of a certain somebody.
Here is a handy gift to keep,
For the times in class you go to sleep.
Your interest in stocks is surely known,
So here are some stocks of your very own.
Share of Stocks
JOHN FERIOLI Pole
You may not be the man on the flying trapeze,
But you do climb poles with the greatest of ease.
WILLIAM FERRANTI Track Shoes
These shoes will remind you of the fun,
You always had while you were on the run.
SYBIL FINCH Spider
It seems you've become quite attached,
To "spiders" who so frequently hatch.
WILL FOAKES Tea
Far from England we know you be,
To remind you of old times, here's some tea.
RICHARD FOLEY Hunting License
This gift really makes some sense,
For one who has no hunting license.
ANDRE FONTAINE Brylcreem
With Brylcreem the girls will all pursue you,
It will also keep your hair in place, too.
NANCY FOOTE Shoe
Because a shoe goes on a foot,
It must be the best gift to put.
PHILIP FRAVESI Test Tubes
We know of the tubes you're forever breaking,
So have these here-the-y're free for the taking.
HAROLD FULLAM Stilts
With these stilts you're sure to score,
Points for Agawam, more and more.
PATRICIA GAGNIER Ribbon
Use this ribbon, though it is tiny,
To put in your hair, which is long and shiny.
ANDREA GALLANO Linirnent
Because you dance with easiness untold,
Here is some Iiniment for when you get old.
LYNNE GAMELLI Singing Lessons
Never again will you sing flat,
For these singing lessons will correct that.
DENNIS GARDNER Hoe
A useful implement is the hoe,
Every gardener has one, as you know.
RICHARD GAUDREAU Dictionary
Because your spelling could be improved,
Use this dictionary, through it you can brood.
GEORGE GAUNT Cork
We think that this gift is really a whopper,
Besides being your name, it's also a stopper.
FRANCIS GENSHEIMER Academy Award
We hope this gift to you will be dear,
And help you in your plans next year.
RICHARD GINGRAS Scooter
With this scooter many things can you see,
It will even take you as far as Ursuline Academy.
ROY GIORDANO Red Paint
Use this paint to keep your car,
In the very best condition by far.
PHILLIP GIRARD Book of Joke-5
Use this book and never have fear,
Of saying bad things, such as "Gee Witticur."
DONALD GLOGOWSKI Peach
A peach is as "fuzzy" as can be,
But that's only the kind that is grown on trees.
EDWARD GOSSMAN Little Black Book
With this book you'll be a hit,
But don't be stingy-try sharing it.
REGINA GRABOWSKI Dancing Shoes
These dancing shoes will make you bubble,
They'lI make you forget your fears and troubles.
JAMES GRADY Hoop
Through this very special ho-op,
Practice your shots with a whoop.
ANN MARIE GRAZIANO Rubber Fenders
Use these fenders right away,
And have no fear of an accident today.
LYNN GRIFFIN Ship
There are ships of all kinds to take a trip,
But the greatest of these is your own friendship.
DIANNE GUIDETTI Tomato Plants
You provide the workshirt and the pants,
Cause now we're giving you more tomato plants.
PAUL HALBACH German Dog
With this dog you'll have no fear,
Of burglars when they are near.
GILBERT HALL Q Mink Rug
Here's a mink rug, so you won't fall,
Whenever you walk down the slippery hall.
RONALD HARDICK Ham
Because we know you love to ham,
Here's a kind that doesn't come in a can,
JAMES HARNOIS Cleats
These Cleats mean very much to you,
Although it's iust an old battered shoe.
lf your lens should disappear,
Here's a spare-have no fear.
MICHAEL HAYNES Rose-colored Glasses
To you, life is merry and gay,
So use these glasses to keep it that way.
LOUIS I-IECKER Peroxide
If your hair ever turns grey,
Use this peroxide to vanish it away.
RICHARD HENRY O'Henry Bars
We hope you like O'Henry bars,
For that's the kind that these bars are.
GUY HUMISTON Personalized Yacht
Here's one thing you haven't got,
Your very own personalized yacht.
NANCY JOHNSON Clutch
Here's a clutch, so they say,
To remind you of your Driver Ed. days.
ROBERT JUZBA Turkey Wire
This turkey wire will cause no harm.
It's for you to use on your turkey farm.
PATRICIA KANE Trip to Fort Lauderdale
We know this is where you want to go,
So take these tickets-don't be so slow.
ROBERT KANE Pass
So you'll never again be late to class,
We recommend that you use this pass.
SUZANNE KARAKLA Map
So you won't get lost, here's a map,
To match Mass. General's nursing cap.
JOHN KOSINSKI Windshield Wipers
These windshield wipers will really try,
To keep the hair out of your eyes.
RANDALL KRUGER Tools
A shop-artist we know you are,
We hope these tools will help you go far.
RICHARD LAKE Sail
Use this gift and sail today,
Across each lake and far away.
DIANA LANG Tranquilizers
Because you worry we thought this pill,
Would bring you calmness-lust a little.
RICHARD LEAL Teddy Bear
A teddy bear for you is fine,
So you can say, "You're all mine."
PAUL L'HEuREux shopping Bag
This shopping bag will remind you of,
The First National Store which you truly love.
JOHN LITCHFIELD A Safe
A safe for you, if you choose,
To keep all the money of our 53.00 class dues.
PATRICIA LLOYD Sun
To you we give this golden sun,
Because you're filled with so much fun.
Ten dollars of gas for your Cadillac,
There might be some left for a little snack.
This little gift will save you money,
Besides being practical, it's also funny.
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one noticed that he and Billy were engaged in a heated argument. Ray placed a S500 bet fhis life savingsl
that Bill could not locate all the members of their high school class of 1963. However, Bill was sure that
he could. Here is an account of his findings:
GERALDINE ALFANO-Pulitzer Prize winner for out-
standing novel, How to Make Puffers Laugh.
DAVID ALVIGINI-Centerfielder for the Springfield
JACQUELINE ANDOR-Food consultant for future
LOUIS ANDREOLI-Selling spaghetti for First Nation-
CLAYTON AUGUSTI-Has invented a new type of
'pep' pill for high school students.
RICHARD AYOTTE-Discovers a new flavor of ice
ALBERT BAGGETTA-The Duane Eddy of the Mitch
KAREN BAILEY-Artist in Greenwich Village.
HELEN BARBIERI-Is now president of corporation
which manufactures "Chatty Kathies."
LOIS BARBIERI-Instructor at a trampoline school.
LINDA BARNES-Is now a nurse at Brightside.
THERESA BEAUVAIS-Celebrating her tenth anniver-
sary with a big party for the Class of '63,
MONTAGUE BELDEN-owns a chain of car-wash
RICHARD BENOIT-Teaching baton at Agawam High.
CAROL BERBERIAN-Head nurse at Yale University.
MARYANN BETTERS-Executive secretary at Forbes
MICHAEL BITGOOD-Has just been replaced by a
JOHN BIUSO-Manufacturer of the Grendelmobile.
ROBERT BIZA-Executive director of the Boy Scouts
JOHN BOLDEBOOK-Discus thrower for the Olym-
LEE BOLGER-Chief of Staff of the United States
LINDA BONAVITA-Owner and head clerk at
JEANNE BORGATTI-Executive secretary for a
WILLIAM BOULEY-Is one of the ten best dressed
men in America.
GEORGE BOURGEOIS-Has written a new version of
CAROL BOWDEN-Biggest attraction in Las Vegas.
WILLIAM BROGGI-Has perfected a miracle drug to
make the Martians smaller.
CYNTHIA BROWN-Football coach for Agawam
RAYMOND BRUNO-Winner of the moon-dance
marathon on Mars.
NORMAN BURR-Water ski instructor at a famous
Miami Beach Hotel.
ROBERT CAHILL-Is now Mr. Lucky II, complete with
CHERYL CARMODY-Medical secretary for Dr.
DONALD CHAREST-First disc jockey on the moon.
JANET CHRISCOLA-Democratic state representative
PAUL CHICOINE-Captain of the "SSUS"
GARY CHURCHILL-Still trying to perfect the trans-
mission in his '57 Ford.
LOUIS CINCOTTA-Acting with Eliot Ness.
BEVERLY COLBURN-Star of Broadway musical,
Green Eggs in Bacon.
GARY COLE-Associate professor of music apprecia-
tion at Bay Path.
LESLEY COLE-Music teacher at New England Con-
servatory of Music.
SHARON COMPTON-Now owns her own cheese
GARY CONNAUGHTON-Is now designing the first
KATHLEEN CORGAN-Is now a secretary at the
Hollywood studio of Capitol films.
VINCENT COSGROVE-Leader of the all new "Vinnie
and the Specialties."
CAROLE COVENTRY-Professional football cheer-
leader for the New York Giants.
ELAINE DALLA PEGORARA-Painting the scenery in
WILLIAM D'AMATO-Chief of the books at the
RAYMOND DANTON-"Old Greyhound" comes
through at the Olympics.
BARRY DAVILLI-A cook at Cascio's Nursery.
JANET DE MONT-Chairman of the Misquamicut
JOSEPH DEPALO-Tap dancer in the Latin Quarter.
PATRICIA DEPALO-Manager of the A and W Drive-
CYNTHIA DI VIRGILIO-Head cartoonist for the Bull-
JAMES DONOVAN-Successor to Marlon Brando.
STANLEY DREWNOWSKI-Inventor of a new type of
hreroglyphics based on the letter
WILLIAM DRZYZGA-Now owns a Paris inspired
beauty salon in New York.
MARY DUGAN-Straw boss at Shepard's farm.
STANLEY DUMOND-Game warden at Robinson
PATRICIA DU PONT-Owner of Alcoa Chemical
PETER EGAN-Winner of the U. S. Open Golf Tourna-
RAYMOND ENGLER-Largest stockholder in Lincoln
CANDACE EWELL-Finally bought a pair of shoes
CONSTANCE EVVELL-Proud owner of an asbestos
DORRIN EXFORD-Still working to support her horse.
DONALD FAITS-Second baseman for the Green
NANCY FAY-Received an award for being the top
salesgirl in the country. I
JOHN FERIOLI-Salesman for Clark Paint Company.
WILLIAM FERRANTI-Registry inspector specializing
SYBIL FINCH-Baking Pi's for Miss Smith.
WILLIAM FOAKES-Finally made it.
RICHARD FOLEY-Professional auctioneer.
ANDRE FONTAINE-Owner of a mink farm in
NANCY FOOTE-Selling shoes at Kinney's.
PHILIP FRAVESI-A physics teacher at MIT.
HAROLD FULLAM-Bought a new house on Silver
PATRICIA GAGNIER-Mr. Fassnacht's English assist-
ANDREA GALLANC-IS sim a twister at Rbseland.
LYNNE GAMELLI-Giving piano lessons at a bowling
DENNIS GARDNER-Now chief of police in Boston.
RICHARD GAUDREAU-Still dropping water bombs
on trick or treaters.
GEORGE GAUNT-Flying his paper airplanes.
FRANCIS GENSHEIMER-Is still talking about any-
thing to anyone who will listen.
RICHARD GINGRAS-Agawam's "Mr. Handy-Andy."
ROY GIORDANO-Is now a technical Iawnkeeper.
PHILLIP GIRARD-Big game hunter in Africa.
DONALD GLOGOWSKI-Has become a successful
banker so he can pay back all his debts.
EDWARD GOSSMAN-Manufactures sweaters that
don't burn in Chem. Lab.
REGINA GRABOWSKI-Commander-in-chief of bar-
JAMES GRADY-Manufacturer of Grade-A Cheese.
ANN MARIE GRAZIANO-Principal of Agawam's
Little Red Schoolhouse.
LYNN GRIFFIN-Head secretary to Griffin All-White
DIANNE GUIDETTI-Sells Tomafoes aT The Ice Capades.
PAUL HALBACH-World's foremosT absenT-minded
GILBERT HALL-FirsT person To own a mink Tuxedo.
RONALD HARDICK-Has been named The "Happy
Wanderer" of l973.
JAMES HARNOIS-Teaching an Advanced Family
JANET HASTINGS-PresidenT of AXO fraTerniTy.
MICHAEL HAYNES-Is now modeling Haynes nylons
LOUIS HECKER-PuTs plaTe glass windows in cars
bound for EasT Longmeadow.
RICHARD HENRY-Is sTill waiTing for a lasT name.
GUY HUMISTON-Edifor of American Herirage.
NANCY JOHNSON-Successor To Louella Parsons.
ROBERT JUZBA-Now owns a chicken farm.
PATRICIA KANE-Is now The leading saleswoman for
a sugar kane company.
ROBERT KANE-The successor To Cassius Clay.
SUZANNE KARAKLA-Head nurse aT The WesT PoinT
JOHN KOSINSKI-Dynamic senaTor from The sTaTe
RANDALL KRUGER-Is able To geT a beer license for
RICHARD LAKE-Finally wenT dry.
DIANA LANG-Manager of The Mobil Oil Company
in New York CiTy.
RICHARD LEAL-Finally goT his head ouT of The bas-
PAUL L'HEUREUX-Presidenf of The Book Bending
CorporaTion of America.
JOHN LITCHFIELD-Has now been appoinTed as
Ambassador To ITaIy.
PATRICIA LLOYD-Has iusT opened an X-Ray clinic
JOAN MAGISTRI-Dean of sTudenTs aT Bryn Mawr.
HOLLY MARIEB-ls sTill driving her I953 Chevy
wiThouT a gas pedal.
MARILYN MARQUISS-Is now a Telephone operaTor
for A. T. 8g T.
KATHLEEN MARTIN-Ben Casey's assisTanT aT CounTy
LOUIS MASTROIANNE-PresenTly Teaching Space
GeomeTry aT M.I.T.
MADELINE MCGOVERN-Chairman of The Mouse-
DARLENE Mcl.EAN-Has iusT developed a new for-
mula for Mr. Clean.
MARTIN McMAHON-A spagheTTi bender aT The
counTry club resTauranT.
MICHAEL MEADE-Has become a professional hog
BEN MERCERI-STill feeding peanuTs To The squirrels.
JOHN MIKSZEWSKI-The old Torpedo finally fizzles.
ALBERT MOCCIO-Now has a Team of Irish Tenors.
SUELLEN MOORS-Is a beachcomber aT Malibu.
ELLIOTT MOREN-Has invenTed an I.B.M. machine To
help humans play chess.
JOHN MORIN-Has recenTly been elecTed presidenT
ANDREW MORRIS-Organizes and presenTs assem-
blies for high schools in The area.
PATRICIA MURPHY-FirsT woman sheriff in Dodge
PETER NASSIF-Head clown aT Ringling BroThers.
PAMELA NELSON-Sells Kleenex for English sTudenTs.
PAUL NEULIEB-Replaces Dick Tracy as world's fore-
DENNIS NUTBROWN-Successor To Dr. Jekyll and
JAMES and JOSEPH O'CONNOR-Have formed a
very large yo-yo corporaTion.
WILLIAM OLIVER-Professional weeder aT Agawam
SHIRLEY OVERSTREET-FirsT woman To play profes-
JORDAN PADDOCK-Head cook aT Bonnie Brae girl
JACQUELINE PALEN-Head chaperone for Biology
FRANK PARZYCI-I-Sells kielbasa To sTudenTs aT
RICHARD PIECZARKA-Compiler of a dicTionary of
parenTheTic expressions-enTiTled, For Example.
MARTHA PILKINGTON-Gets a new couch for her
RONALD PIOGGIA-Comedian with special interest
on Moscow characters.
ANDREW RAGUSKUS-Head of U. S. space explora-
tion in l973.
CATHERINE RAMAH-Has now become head of her
father's real estate company.
SUSAN RANDBY-Modeling space suits for NASA.
DOMINICK RICCO--Truck driver for the Mobil Oil
CAROL ROBERTS-Still doing Pat Lloyd's bookkeep-
RICHARD ROBINSON-Beats the hare in the big race.
DANIEL ROMANKO-Owns a shrimp processing
JUDITH RUDDEFORTH-Ski bum at Mt. Snow.
JUDITH SARAT-Proud owner of a new Corvette.
JOYCE SHAKER-Now crossing the Arabian desert
on a camel.
PHYLLIS SHARKUS-Owner of the Fisherman's Wharf.
CLIFFORD SHEARD-English major at Wilson College.
PHILIP SHERMAN-Now owns his own bowling
CAROL SILVESTRINI-Now has twelve sets of con-
tacts in assorted colors.
GARY SLATE-Is now manufacturing blackboards.
MARGARET SMITH-Goes to Washington.
LOIS SOJA-Fincls the fountain of youth so that no
one will become old.
CYNTHIA STATKUN-Has lust bought out Casual
ROBERT STAWASZ-Appears on the G. E. College
BRUCE STEBBINS-Demonstrating Volkswagens to
prospective car buyers.
CHARLOTTE SULBORSKI-Is now a resident of Los
Angeles-away from Agawam.
WILLIAM TEASE-Is now manufacturing water bal-
KAREN TERRELL-Head nurse at Springfield Hospital.
JOANNE THORNTON-ls now selling Morton's apple
MERRILL TISDEL-Owns a bakery and sells cream
puffs and chips.
JOSEPH TOURVILLE-Conductor of the Tooterville
JOHN TRZCINSKI-Buys a collection of Julius Caesar
LOUIS VAILLANT-Is now going out with Carl and
has iilted Lyle.
JAMES VAN REMOORTERE-Compiled a dictionary
for English classes.
PATRICK VASSALLO-Owns his own forest.
SUSAN VRENNA-Fashion consultant for Esquire.
ROGER WAITE-Goalie for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
DIANE WALLACE-Has iust completed a negotiation
by which she will buy out Forbes.
CAROL WELLS-Opens a water company.
MARY JANE WELLS-Arrives at the class reunion via
JAMES WHITE-Has iust started teaching Math. at
RICHARD WHITE-ls Mr. Rheingold of I973.
BRIAN WILES-Cameraman at the class reunion.
SANDRA WILKINS-Winner of the Kentucky Derby.
WALTER WILLARD-Disc iockey specializing in Julius
JUDITH WILLIAMS-Head biologist at Virginia Poly-
BEVERLY WILLIAMS-Is still in a fog.
MARY WILSON-Finally beats Bob in psychology.
RAYMOND WRIGHT-Is a radical in Congress.
RONALD YERRID-Gets a small a to go with his big A.
ANTONIA ZERRA-Editor of the New York Times.
VALERYE ZERRA--Head biologist at the University
PAUL ZYMBA-Top salesman for the graham cracker
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
John Klenakis, Treasurer: David Robinson, President: Norma Ciriilo, Secretaryf Arthur Foley,
JUNIOR CLASS ADVISORS
Miss Frances Cofrancesco
Mr. Lawrence Sheehan
SOPHOMORE CLASS ADVISORS
Mr. Fred Scyocurka, Mr. Peter Mazza
Robert Swanson, Presidenf
Katherine Meagher, Treasurer
Roberta Wilson, Vice-President
Patricia McMahon, Secrerary
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
Richard Morin, Treasurerp Gregory Hart, Vice-President, Gerald Cleary, Presidentg Kathleen Leamy, Secretary
FRESHMAN CLASS ADVISORS
Mr. Gus Chrisanfhopoulos, Mrs. Rosemary Sfatton
The Curious Savage
SUZANNE KARAKLA, copy editor
ELLIOT MOREN, editor-in-chief
CAROL SILVESTRINI, assistant editor
Judith Williams, chairman
Mrs. Frances Libiszewski, advisor
CLUBS, PHOTOGRAPHY AND SPORTS
Diane Wallace, Barry Davilli, Louis Hecker, chairmen
Pafricia DuPont, chairman
Mr. Henry Drabik, advisor
BALLOT BOX, ART AND POEM HISTORY AND PROPHECY
Darlene McLean, Dorrin Exford, Paul Halbach, Diana Lang, chairmen
Antonia Zerra, chairmen
STATISTICS SONG AND ACTIVITIES
PBTFICIB NIUFPIWY, Chairman Aibert Bagetta, Carol Bowden, chairmen
Lois Soia, chairman Jean Borgaffi, chairman
PURPOSE: The obiect of the Agawam Chapter of the National Honor Society is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship,
to stimulate a desire to render service, to pro-mote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character
in students of Agawam High School.
Candidates for election to the chapter must have attended Agawam High for at least one semester, be a member
of the iunior or senior class, and have an accumulative average of 852, in all maior subiects.
The members are elected by a chapter council, consisting of the principal, and five members of the faculty including
the sponsor. The membership of the chapter is reviewed semi-annually. New members may be added at this time.
Members are given National Honor Society pins at an assembly held in their honor.
SENIOR MEMBERS: Geraldine Alfano, Jacqueline Andor, Jeanne Borgatti, Carol Bowden, Sharon Compton, Cynthia Di-
Virgilio, Stanley Drewnowski, Paul Halbach, Louis Hecker, Patricia Kane, Suzanne Karakla, John Kosinski, John
Litchfield, Joan Magistri, Elliott Moren, John Morin, Shirley Overstreet, Joyce Shaker, Cynthia Statkun, Louise Vaillant,
Diane Wallace, Walter Willard, Mary Wilson, Antonia Zerra.
OFFICERS AND ADVISOR
Elliot Moren, President, Suzanne Karakla, Vice-President, Miss Eleanor Smith, Advisor, Walter Willard, Treasurer, Patricia Kane, Secretary
PURPOSE: The Student Council comprises home-
room representatives, class presidents, and the
Mirror editor. It provides a close link between
the faculty and the student body, instituting
needed school reforms and preserving neces-
sary old ones.
SENIOR MEMBERS: Theresa Beauvais, Richard Benoit,
John Biuso, John Boldebook, Jeanne Borgatti,
Cynthia Brown, Patricia DuPont, Constance
Ewell, Dorrin Exford, Darlene McLean, Martin
McMahon, John Morin, Judith Sarat, Joyce
Shaker, Clifford Sheard, Bruce Stebbins, Judith
OFFICERS AND ADVISOR
Mr. Richard Carbone, Advisor, Richard Benoit, Patrol Captain, Joyce Shaker,
Vice-President, Martin McMahon, President, Janice Reblecchi, Secretary, Robert
SENIOR MEMBERS: Carol Berberian, John Biuso, Cynthia Brown, Raymond Bruno, Donald Charest, Gary Churchill, Beverly Colburn, Raymond
Danton, Janet DeMont, Stanley Drewnowski, Dorrin Exford, William Foakes, Donald Glogowski, Paul Halbach, James Harnois, Louis
Hecker, Patricia Kane, Holly Marieb, Martin McMahon, John Mikszewski, John Morin, Shirley Overstreet, Martha Pilkington, Judith
Sarat, Joyce Shaker, Clifford Sheard, Merrill Tisdell, Patrick Vasallo, Susan Vrenna, Richard White, Judith Williams.
PURPOSE: The Future Nurses Club seeks to acquaint students
with the opportunities offered by a nursing career
through speakers, tours, and service proiects. Students
toured St. Francis, Mercy, and Cooley Dickinson Hospitals
and heard speakers from various areas of nursing. This
successful year was climaxed with a trip to a Boston
SENIOR MEMBERS: Patricia Gagnier, Suzanne Karakla, Kath-
leen Martin, Shirley Overstreet, Karen Terrell, Joanne
OFFICERS AND ADVISOR
Cleft to rightl Carol Settembro, Treas., Suzanne Karakla,
President, Norma Raimondi, Vice-President, Miss Mary
O'Brien, School Nurse, Susan Maziarz, Secretary, Mrs.
Elizabeth Langlois, Advisor.
PURPOSE: The Junior Red Cross has had its title changed to High School
Reol Cross to indicate the increased scope of service proiects at this
level. It continues in a wider range to contribute to the social and
economic improve-ment of our communities and remains as an affiliate
of the International Red Cross Organization. Heh to right, Mrs' Hem,
, Krcziewski, Advisory Rose-
SENIOR MEMBER: Catherine Ramah. mary Alnianic, Vice-Pres.g -
Paula Mensch, Pres., Sylvie
Mercodante, Trees.: Diane
Lamier, Sec. OFFICERS AND ADVISOR
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PURPOSE: Le Cercle Frangais promotes an interest in French language
and culture. Not only do the students enioy themselves, but
they obtain a cultural knowledge of France, her customs, and
SENIOR MEMBERS: Cynthia Statkun and Walter Willard.
OFFICERS AND ADVISOR
ifront rowl Susan Bates, Vice-President: Elaine Bor-
gatti, Treasurer, Barbara Tatro, Secretary, Cback YOW,
Paulette Morse, President: Mrs. Maria Sears, Advisor.
PURPOSE: The Latin Club stimulates an interest in Roman Lite and
history. It helps the students to understand their customs and culture,
relating them to our way of life.
SENIOR MEMBERS: Suzanne Karakla, John Litchfield, Cynthia Statkun,
OFFICERS: Cfront rowl Suzanne Karakla, Sec-
retary, Diane Wallace, Vice-President, Cback
rowl Richard Breuninger, Treasurer, John
Litchfield, President, Mrs. Katherine Kalloch,
EDITORS: Geraldine: Alfano, Editor-in-Chief, Antonia Zerra, Managing Editor, Joyce Shaker, Business Manager: Janet Hastings, Feature
Editor, Martha Kusiak, News Editor, Paul Versailles, Sports Editor, Karen Bailey, Art Editor.
ADVISOR: Mr. John Petrone.
PURPOSE: The Mirror endeavors to stimulate enthusiasm in iournalism. Eight issues, containing school news and literary efforts of students,
are published each year.
SENIOR MEMBERS: Karen Bailey, Raymond Bruno, Janet DeMont, Cynthia DiVirgiIio, Mary Dugan, Constance Ewell, Janet Hastings, Suzanne
Karakla, Diana Lang, Elliott Moren, Martha Pilkington, Carol Silvestrini, Chythia Statkun, Merrill Tisdel, John Trzcinski, Judith Williaims,
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OFFICERS: "Elizabeth Donovan, Secretary, 'Robert Oppenheimer, President: Paulette Morse, Vice-President, Paul Alves, Treasurer.
ADVISOR: Mrs. Ida Moggio.
PURPOSE: El Circulo Espanol supplements class work in Spanish by affording interested second year students 'further oppor-
tunity to use the language and to learn more about the culture of Spanish-speaking countries. The purpose of the Spanish
Honor Society, whose members form a nucleus for EI Circulo Espanol, is "to recognize high achievement in Spanish
and to promote a continuity of interest in the Hispanic Studies."
SENIOR MEMBERS: Karen Bailey, ,'Mary Dugan, Susan Randby.
"Members of the Spanish Honor Society.
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OFFICERS: Janet Bellame, President, Kathlyn Higgins, Vice-President, Charlene Rankin, Secretary: Barbara D'Aiuto, Treasurer.
ADVISOR: Mr. Rudolfo Altobelli.
PURPOSE: The Student Store Staff sells to the student body all needed school supplies, including sweatshirts, notebooks, pens, folders
pads, and cheering accessories. The store is in operation each activity period.
SENIOR MEMBERS: Roger Waite.
OFFICERS: Andrew Raguskus, President, Ann Marie McCave, Sectary-Treasurer.
ADVISORS: Mr. Peter Ball, Mr. Joseph Moriarity.
PURPOSE: The Chess club instructs new members in the fundamentals of the game and endeavors to improve the skill of
older members, The Agawam team has maintained a fine record in the inter-school chess league. For this latter purpose,
many matches have been held between students and faculty.
SENIOR MEMBERS: Jacqueline Andor, Louis Hecker, John Litchfield, Joan Magistri, Andrew Raguskus, Brian Wiles, Walter
Willard, Antonia Zerra, Elliott Moren.
ADVISOR: Mr. Alfred Laude.
PURPOSE: The Math Club stimulates an interest in mathematics and channels this interest
into the many related fields. In order to accomplish this objective, field trips, distin-
guished speakers, and problem sessions have been included in the program this year.
SENIOR MEMBERS: Michael Bitgood, Francis Gensheimer, Louis Hecker, Elliott Moren, Walter
OFFICERS: Charles Guyotte, President.
ADVISOR: Mr. Edward Brenn
PURPOSE: The Debating Club provides an opportunity for its mem-
bers to learn and practice the established debating principles.
Its members engage in informal and formal debates, reviewing
important issues and topics of interest.
SENIOR MEMBERS: John Litchfield, Diane Wallace.
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observation and participation It stimulates an interest in
the creative and expressive phases of art provides worthwhile
and usable experiences acquaints the pupil with contributions
of past and present cultures builds imagination and confidence
and is directly concerned with personal needs
OR MEMBERS Elaine Dalla Pegorara James Donovan Andrea
f Qzf XD 5 Nancy Lnagnon, vice-rresiuem: cuban Cna:-ole., uectetmy.
I ' PURPOSE: The Art Club concerns itself with two main obiectives,
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ADVISOR: Mrs. Dorothy Holmes
PURPOSE: The Library Staff is a service organization for students and promotes interest in good books. Working acquaints the students with books for pleasure
reading, and books for high school studies. Among the various duties performed are shelving, carding, revising, covering, charging books, filing, and typing.
Other duties include cataloging, taking care of magazines, and writing overdue notices. The library training will be valuable to the staff members now and
in years to come when they need to use a library.
SENIOR MEMBERS: Jacqueline Andor, Theresa Beauvais, Michael Bitgood, William Bouley, Richard Gingras, James Grady, Guy Humiston, Nancy Johnson, Diana
Lang, Patricia Lloyd, Paul L'Heureux, Holly Marieb, Patricia Murphy, Pamela Nelson, Paul Neulieb, Richard Pieczorka, Martha Pilkington, John Trzcinski, Louise
Vaillant, Raymond Wright, Cynthia Statkun.
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ADVlSOR: Mr. Harold Clark
OFFICERS: John Litchfield, President, Becky McCave, Vice-Presidenty Michael Hopkins, Treasurerg Lisa Zerra, Secretary.
PURPOSE: Under the supervision of Mr. Clark, this year's Archery Club has undergone a rebuilding period.. Looking to the future, the officers have insured
the addition of many new members, by providing equipment for designing as well as constructing various tipped arrows.
One of the new proiects of the club included a spring field trip to Quabag, Mass. The maior aim of the club is to form an interschool archery league in the
near future. Shooting contests this year were held at the Agawam Bowman range in Agawam.
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PURPOSE: Since the maiority of the FTA members have definitely decided to pursue
a teaching career, FTA strives to show all aspects of the teaching profession. During
the year the members have an opportunity to visit various schools and colleges and
to observe the teaching methods practiced there.
SENIOR MEMBERS: Mary Dugan, Dorrin Exford, Sybil Finch, Nancy Foote, Ann Graziano,
Patricia Kane, Joan Magistri, Madeline McGovern, Carol Silvestrini, Cynthia Statkun,
Louise Vaillant, Mary Wilson.
OFFICERS AND ADVISOR: ffrontl Mary Wilson, Vice-President,
Joan Magistri, Treasurer, Cynthia Statkun, Secretary,
Ibackl Carol Silvestrini, President, Miss Emily McCormick,
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slides and movies, and participate in various programs. In this manner IRC offers
its members an opportunity to become better acquainted with the governments, cus-
toms, and peoples of the different countries of the world. In addition to these activities, OFFICERS AND ADVISOR:
eVefY 'WO Years the members Imvel IO Ille UN' Suzanne Karakla, Social Chairman, Miss Mariorie Ward, Ad
visor, Joan Magistri, Vice-President, Catherine Ramah
SENIOR MEMBERS: Jacqueline Andor, Helen Barbieri, Carol Coventry, Janet DeMont, Mary President, Cynthia Statkun, Secretary, Diane Wallace
Dugan, Darrin Exford, Sybil Finch, Lynn Griffin, Janet Hastings, Patricia Kane, Suzanne Tmcsureri
Karakla, John Litchfield, Patricia Lloyd, Joan Magistri, Kathy Martin, Martha Pilkington,
Catherine Ramah, Judith Sarat, Carol Silvestrini, Margaret Smith, Cynthia Statlcun,
Joanne Thornton, Diane Wallace, Sandra Wilkins, Mary Wilson.
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OFFICERS: Jay Clark, President, Brian Wiles, Vice-President, David McGrevy, Secretary-Treasurer.
ADVISOR: Mr. John Killory
PURPOSE: Students interested in photography as a hobby or as a career are taught the correct principles of picture taking, developing, and printing through the
Camera Club's program.
SENIOR MEMBERS: Karen Bailey, Elaine Della Pegarora, Janet Hastings, Louis Hecker, Elliott Moren, Brian Wiles, Walter Willard, Patricia Murphy.
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POSE: The A.V.A. Club is the school organization
responsible for the maintenance and use of the
school audio-visual equipment. The A.V.A. also takes
an active part in the lighting and the maintenance
of the backstage during plays and school assemblies.
IOR MEMBERS: Robert Biza, Norman Burr, Gary Can-
naughton, Barry Davilli, Donald Faites, Andrew Fon-
taine, George Gaunt, Paul l-lalbach, Paul l.'Heureux,
Louis Hecker, Elliott Maren, Paul Neulieb, Bruce
eoefbins, Joseph Tourville, John Trzcinski, Brian
OFFICERS AND ADVISOR: Joseph Tourville, Treasurer, Gary Connaughton, Vice-Presiclenlz Ml'
Roland Pressey, Advisory Barry Davilli, President, John Trzcinskx, Secretary.
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PURPOSE: Through stage performances before the student body and analytical sessions
among themselves, the members of the Drama Club endeavor to acquire poise,
effective voice, and a knowledge of stage techniques. The theater is taught as
a medium of art and expression.
SENIOR MEMBERS: Lesley Cole, James Donovan, John Litchfield.
OFFICERS AND ADVISOR: Peter Vassallo, Secretary: William Higgins,
Vice-President: Miss Judith St. Jean, Advisor: Gale Cote, President:
Sheila Dahdah, Treasurer.
PURPOSE: The Ski Club attempts to improve the skiing techniques of its members
through movies and trips to local ski slopes. The effects of the members are
rewarded with a three-day trip to Mount Snow.
SENIOR MEMBERS: Gary Cole, Judith Sarat, Raymond Bruno, John Mikszewski, Carol
Iierberlans Beverly Colburn, Janet Chriscola, Susan Vrenna, Edward Gossman, Char-
otte Su orski.
OFFICERS AND ADVISOR: Gary Cole, President: John Biuso, Treasurer,
Karen Blackburn, Secretary: Mr. Darrell Ashton, Advisor: Eugene
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PURPOSE: The Personality Club, which is open to sophomores, iuniors, and seniors, fries to help its members develop pleasing personalities
and poise. The program includes guest speakers, discussions, movies, dances.
ADVISOR: Mrs. Maria Sears.
SENIOR MEMBERS: Jacqueline Anolor, Theresa Beauvais, Carol Berberian, Jeanne Borgatti, Cynthia Brown, Sharon Compton, Janet DeMont,
Cynthia DiVirgilio, Nancy Foote, Dianne Guidetti, Nancy Johnson, Diana Lang, Kathleen Martin, Martha Pilkington, Judith Sarat, Joyce
Shaker, Cynthia Statkun, Diane Wallace.
Nancy Foote, Treasurer, Janet DeMon'f, Secretary, Cynthia Statkun, President, Kathleen Martin, Vice-President.
PURPOSE: The Biology Club consists of students who have previously taken or are presently taking biology. lts program of field trips
laboratory work, and special proiects gives the students a betterinsight into the wide scope of biology.
SENIOR MEMBERS: William Bouley, Raymond Bruno, Robert Cahill, Raymond Danton, William Foakes, Regina Grabowski, Paul Halbach
Ro-bert Juzba, Louis Mastroianni, Elliott Moren, Peter Nassif, James O'Connor, Joseph O'Connor, Jacqueline Palen, Frank Parzych.
OFFICERS AND ADVISOR
Mr. Joseph Faucette, Advisor, William Bouley, Vice-President, Wendy Werthamer, Secretary, Louis Mastoianni, Treasurer, Howard
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ADVISORS: Miss Dorothy Hastings, Mrs. Janet Daniels.
PURPOSE: Girls who participate in this athletic program, which in-
cludes basketball, softball, tennis, and the use of the trampoline,
horse, bars, rings, and other apparatus, are eligible for Agawam
High letters and numerals.
SENIOR MEMBERS: Cynthia Brown, Nancy Foote, Andrea Gallano,
Regina Grabowski, Ann Graziano, Joan Magistri, Kathleen Martin,
Shirley Overstreet, Judith Sarat, Cynthia Statkun, Diane Wallace,
Sandra Wilkins, Judith Williams.
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PURPOSE: he Trampoline Club is open to iunioir and senior girls who have mastered three fundamental
Trampoline skills. As members of this club, these girls are taught advanced trampoline stunts.
SENIOR MEMBERS: Cynthia Brown, Nancy Foote, Ann Graziano, Kathleen Martin, Shirley Overstreet,
Judith Sarat, Cynthia Statkun, Diane Wallace, Judith Williams, Sandra Wilkins, Suzanne Karakla,
OFFICERS: Andrew Raguskus, President, John Burns, Vice-President, Barbara Bishop, Secretary: Theodore Affleck, Treasurer.
DIRECTOR: Mr. Darcy Davis.
PROGRAM: The Agawam High School Band has brought much recognition to our school. In June, 1962, the bak was highly honored
by being selected as a finalist in the Music Man Marching Contest in Mason City, Iowa. At home the band has displayed brilliance
in both its half-time shows at the A.H.S. football games and in its parade and concert at the Eastern States' Exposition. This year the
band won the marching trophy in the annual Columbus Day Parade in Springfield. The town of Agawam has many reasons to
be proud of its high school band.
SENIOR MEMBERS: Albert Baggetta, Robert Biza, Paul L'Heureux, Nancy Johnson, Richard Lake, Paul Neulieb, Shirley Overstreet, Andrew
Raguskus, Clifford Sheard, Joanne Thornton, Diane Wallace.
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PROGRAM: The dance band, a group of boys specially selected by Mr. Davis from the regular band, performs at special
occasions, such as high school assemblies and operetta. This year they were privileged to play at Technical High School
for a U. N. Day ceremony.
SENIOR MEMBERS: Albert Baggetta, Paul Neulieb, Andrew Raguskus, Clifford She-ard.
SENIOR MEMBERS: Cynthia Brown, Joyce Shaker.
Patricia DuPont, Andrea Gallano, Jeanne Borgafti, Cynthia DiVirgiIio, Candace Ewell, Theresa Beauvais, Beverly Colburn, Susan
Rucksfuhl, Beverly Williams.
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SENIOR MEMBER: Andrew Raguskus
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MARILYN MARQUISS Stenography Book JAMES O'CONNOR Blarney Stone
This book will remind you ot, As you know, this Blarney Stone,
Stenography class which we know you love. Came from Ireland, your ancestors' home.
KATHLEEN MARTIN Mouse JOSEPH O'CONNOR White Polish
"Mouses" are cute as cute can be, This white polish for you we choose,
Especially when they stand about five feet three. To sparkle your black and white saddle shoes.
LOUIS MASTROIANNI Part WILLIAM OLIVER Olive
A pan that's made of sturdy tin, An olive is a delicacy,
FOI' YOU to put YOUI' "fryeI'S" in. We grew it from our very own tree.
MADELINE MCGOVERN Mickey Mouse SHIRLEY OVERSTREET Brunch
Since you are known well by this name, Here, Shirley, is your very own brunch,
We give you this mouse to share your fame. So you can survive between breakfast and lunch.
DARLENE McLEAN Electric Toothbrush JORDAN PADDOCK Car Insurance
This will save you wear and tear, Without car insurance you can't drive a mile,
Whenever you comb your curly hair. So we give you this gift-let's have a smile.
MARTIN MaMAHON Gavel JACQUELINE PALEN "First Family" Album
Use this gavel in many ways, Here's an album ofthe "First Family,"
To remind you of your council days. For your name is that of the First Lady.
MICHAEL MEADE Cow Bell FRANK PARZYCH Speedometer
This cow bell will bring no shame, Use this speedometer, if you please,
Doesn't it remind you of the West Side game. And never go over thirty-three.
BEN NIERCERI Pearls RICHARD PIECZARKA Book of Answers
At the Kid Party you were dressed as a girl, You're always asking questions, it's HUG,
All you were missing was a strand of pearls. So here's a book of answers for you.
JOHN IvIIKszEwsI4I Nose Guard MARTHA PILKINGTON Telephone
Because your nose is prone to break, You love to talk. so here is a phone.
Use this gift for your own sake. One that is your very own.
ALBERT MOCCIO Safety Bair RONALD PIOGGIA stuffed Dog
A safety belt is iust what you need, A dog for yOU, WS Plain to Seer
For driving along at tremendous speed. Will keep your stuffed cat company.
SUELLEN MOORS Water' gropper ANDREW RAeusKus Suntan Lotion
While washing your locks, use this device, T0 PfeVel"l YOU from burning in The Sl-mr
It will save your hair, take our advice. Use this bmfle of SI-Infan 'Often-
ELLIOTT IvIoREN Meat Grinder CATHERINE RAIVIAH Tiara
Because you like your hanqbuyg ground rwicel We place a tiara on your head, way back,
Use this handy, rimeeavlng device. To set off your hair, which is beautiful and black.
JOHN MORIN College Applicafion SUSAN RANDBY Microscope
This application is a fine "ioIear," A technician is what YOU went 10 be,
For one who's been applying all the year. 50' take this Qiil and germs you'll See-
ANDREVV MORRIS Air'-Sick Pills DOMINICK RICCO Evergreen Tree
Take these pills Whenever you -fly, With this one fragrant evergreen tree,
In an Air Fgrce plar-,el Way up high. You'll be able to start your own nursery.
PATRICIA MURPHY Whistle CAROL ROBERTS Map
When you go into phys. ed, teaching, As a secretary you'll need this map.
This whistle will save you a lot of screeching. TP Qulde YOU imc' The boss' ISP-
PETER NAssIr Sreve RICHARD ROBINSON Torrie
With this gift you'll never be sad, Even llT0U9l" 3 TUVII'-if is Slew.
For you can sifl- rifle good from rhe bad' It's much more successful, as you know.
PAMELA NELSON Safery Award DANIEL ROMAN KO "Mouse" Trap
Because you drive so Carefully, This "mouse" trap is provided with cheese,
Here's an award, as you can see' When you catch your "mouse" let us know, please.
PAUL NEULIEB rmmbone JUDITH RUDDEFORTH Chewing Tobacco
Here's a trombone-the color of sand, We knew how much YOU like Io Chew'
For a vlfal member of our band. Instead of gum, we give tobacco to you.
DENNIS NUTBRQWN Nur Cracker JUDITH SARAT Ford
With this Cracker ir will be -found, When it's impossible to get the car,
You can easily crack nuts of Orange and Brown. HOP in lhlsf if You Wanl To 90 far'
JOYCE SHAKER Painless Laugh JAMES VAN RENIOORTERE Cl'199S9
We know the trouble you have when you laugh, You're from WiSCOnSlr1, SO W9'f9 Pl95S9Cl,
So try this one here, though its only a gag. To give you some of your famous home cheese.
PHYLLIS SHARKUS Spear PATRICK VASSALLO 9
, - - With this log we're sure you Can,
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CLIFFORD SHEARD Babb.-Ann Doll SUSAN VFEN U l
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ROGER WAITE Cage
PHILIP SHERMAN Boy Scout Badge
Around the goal cage you often roam,
Alfl10U9l" YOU 9055955 CIUII9 9 'f9W, So here's one for you--make yourself at home.
Another scout badge we give to you.
DIANE WALLACE Pink Paint
CAROL Sll-VESTRINI Camera Pink paint for the White House is well spent,
Around the school you're always seen, For OUP V9VY flfsi l90lY President-
Taking yearbook pictures and creating a scene. CAROL WELLS Gas
GARY SLATE BOi'lle of 409 Because you've always got the Car,
To make your Car really Shine, Here's some gas to take you far.
Here's a bottle of 409. MARY WELLS Clothes Brush
MARGARET SMITH Cake Knife Because you Look Iso neat andhclean,
with ,his knife you can CUT, Use this rus to- eep your s een. l
Your wedding cake filled with fruit and nut. JAMES WHITE Trip to England
Your trip to England was so much fun,
LOl?NS?JA H h d Sunglasses So why not take another one.
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Since Casual Corner is your favorite stop, '
This gift Certificate will help you shop. BRIAN WILES Plpe
I About cigars you often gripe,
ROBERT STAWASZ Rifle So here's your very own little pipe.
This is youurs, a rifle, twelve gauge, SANDRA WILKINS Bar Bells
Since hunting ts your ole, and the forest your stage. , ,
To always keep you physically fit,
BRUCE STEBBINS Secretary Use these bar bells-it'II do the trick.
A private secretary we give to thee, WALTER WILLARD Beal'
So free from homework you will be. Since ,,BearS,, run in your family
CHARLOTTE suLBoRskt Fashion Magazine A bee' it is We give 'O me a
We give this gift to one who- knows, BEVERLY WILLIAMS Rifle
How to keep up with the style of clothes, To remind you of your color guard days,
WILLIAM -I-EASE Car Bumper Take this rifle and display it with praise. Ch k
Another new bumper you have gained, 'IUDI-I-H WILLIAMS ec
Please keep this one out of pain. The class gives you a 52,000 Check,
KAREN TERRELL L To Cover tuition at Virginia Tech.
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To sto this mischievous girl from talking.
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JOHN TRZCINSKI Fishing Equipment VALERYE ZERRA Violin
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Because your name brings it to mind. '
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The undaunted spirit of the Agawam Brownies was maintained again this year, as the T962 foot-
ball team worked hard to earn a place in the Western Massachusetts Class AA Conference. The
courage and determination of the team on the field were the result of many long hours of practice
and conditioning under the capable coaching of Mr. Leonardi, Mr. Kibbe, and Mr. O'Keefe.
The Brownies played much better than their record might indicate. A late start in two games
hampered the team's efforts to offset 8-6 losses. At Chicopee, the game ended with the Brownies
inches from victory.
Despite these losses the team showed much potentiality. Spurred by the driving efforts of Jack
Morin and Dick Benoit, the Brownies came from behind to present Cathedral with an unexpected
defeat. The following week Bob Morin provided an extra offensive thrust to hand Tech a 32-6
loss. Halfback Gary Cole added his hardrunning at many crucial and tense moments during the
season. These outstanding efforts were led by the capable quarterbacking of John Mikszewski and
the untiring efforts of senior linemen, Stan Drewnowski, Don Glogowski, Jim Harnois, Merrill Tis-
del, Pat Vassallo, Marty McMahon, Bill Ferranti, and Andy Morris. Much credit should also be given
to the many underclassmen who added their tireless support to the team each Saturday.
Gary Cole, Andy Morris
6 - Holyoke 8
22 - Cathedral i6
32 - Technical 6
26 - Westfield 18
6 - Chicopee 8
i2 - West Side 26
38 - Greenfield 22
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Harold Fullam Francis Gensheimer Ca tain Richard Leal,
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Ray Wright, James Grady.
The 1962-63 basketball Team ended with A wins and 16 losses.
The high point of The season was a 71-76 loss to Easthampton,
league leader and Western Mass. entrant. Other big games
were upsets over Mirmechaug and Ludlow, the Third and
fourth place Teams in the league.
Richard Leal led all Agawam scorers with 251 points and a
12.4 average. John Michalak was Agawam's Top defensive
player and second high scorer with 151 points and a 7.5
The starting line was composed of Richie Leal, center, Ray
Wright, Jim Grady, and Bob Morin, forwards, John Michalak
and Howie Mosher, guards. Grady was probably the most
improved player as The season progressed. He developed into
a fine rebounder. Other boys who saw considerable action were
Sam Provo, Bill Turgeon, Rich Chandler and "Moose" Morse
R, Leal --,--A,,-,-., ,,,,,, 2 51 12.4
J. Michalak ...... ----,- 1 51 7-4
R. Morin ..... .A,Y- 1 36 6-8
H. Mosher --.... 101 5-6
R. Wright ....... ....- 1 O9 5-4
S. Provo ...,. ---.... 7 6 4-4
J. Grady .,..............,..................................................A............ 64 3-3
B. Turgeon ............................................................................ 37 3-0
Agawam versus Minnechaug
Early last fall, the hockey team organized under a new coach, Mr. Robert Fassnacht. In the games that
followed, the enthusiasm of the team was often daunted by tough competition, but the spirit of the Agawam
boys rebounded to hand defeat to Holyoke and Trade High Schools.
Captain Bill Ferranti, Gil Hall, and Paul Zymba scored the "hat trick" during the season. These boys were back-
ed up by hustler Pat Vassallo as wing, Bob Cahill and Pete Egan on defense, and goalie Roger Waite.
Looking forward to next season Mr. Fassnacht has bright prospects for his leading scorer Dave Robinson,
who will be supported by the steady playing of iuniors, Dan Debiasio, Bobby Polopek, and John Decker.
Paul Zymba, Bob Cahill, Gil Hall, Roger Waite, Pete Egan, Bill Ferranti, Pat Vassallo.
Once again Agawam entered the fairway competition in schoolboy
sports. Although ours is still an independent team, Coach Harmon
Smith expects Agawam to compete on a league basis in the near future.
Seniors Pete Egan, Richard Leal, and Marty McMahon made up the back-
bone of the 1963 golf team. Other returning veterans, who had aided
the team to a 12-2-1 record in 1962, included Robert Salmonsen, Larry
Charest, Joe DiDonato, and Gerry LaFleur. Several underclassmen were
added to the varsity team this year, these boys were members of the
1962 iunior varsity, which completed an undefeated season.
R- Lea' G. LaFleur
P- Egan R. Salmonsen
Peter Egan Richard Leal
Bill Ferranfi Andy Morris
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Coach Raymond Weiner
Since we do noT have a reporT on This year's Track Team in Time for publicaTion,
here are a few memories of The 1962 season. FirsT Agavvam won The Valley
Wheel Championship and Then wenT on To place fiTTh in The WesTern Mas-
sachuseTTs Championships. AT The WesT Springfield Track meeT, Andy Morris,
Bill FerranTi, and Ollie Seil:JerT broke The broad jump record by more Than
one TooT. Andy wenT on To become vvesTern Mass. broad iump champion.
He Then placed eighTh ouT of TwenTy-five broad iumpers in The sTaTe Tourna-
Coach Raymond Weinerfs hopes ran high as This season approached. Among
his reTurning seniors are high jumpers, Andy Morris, William FerranTi, and
Richard Lake, low hurdler, Barry Davilli, pole vaulTer, Phil Girard, half miler
and quarTer miler respecTiveIy, John LiTchTield and Ray DanTon, and discus
and iavelin Thrower, John Boldebook. These veTerans will ioin wiTh many
underclassmen To make The 1963 Team eTforT a success in The league.
Coach Harry Leonardi
Since the baseball season will be in full swing long after the date ot
publication, a little reminiscing about the 1962 season will have to suffice.
Last year Agawam finished second in the Valley Wheel. Helping to com-
pile a 10-6 record were present co-captains Jack Morin and Don Charestp
Dave Alvigini, one of the league's leading base stealersp John Trzcinski
and Danny Romanko, outfieldersg and John Mikszewski, third baseman.
Pitcher Bobby Morin was All Western Mass. last year. At the time of this
writing Coach Harry Leonardi was looking forward to a successful season
John Mll45ZEWSkl Don Charest Jack Morin
GERALDINE ALFANO 53 Suffield Street
National Honor Society, Student Council 2, French
Club 2, 3, Latin Club 3, l.R.C. 3, Mirror 1, 2, As-
sistant Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Prom Committee,
Cabaret Committee, Cheerleader 1, 2, NMSO.
DAVID J. ALVIGINI 79 Spencer Street
Cabaret Committee, Prom Committee, Class Party
1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Gym Show 1, 2, Weight Lifting Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
JACQUELINE C. ANDOR 128 Meadow Street
National Honor Society, Class Party 2, Student Coun-
cil 1, Mirror Staff 1, 2, Latin Club 2, Personality
Club 2, 3, 4, l.R.C. 3, 4, Library Club 3, Library
Staff 3, 4, Cabaret Committee, Prom Committee,
Senior Play, Sachem Staff.
LOUIS V. ANDREOLI, JR. 80 Broz Terrace
A.V.A. 1, Biology Club 2, Science Fair 3.
CLAYTON AUGUSTI 98 Walnut Street
RICHARD J. AYOTTE 99 Parker Street
Band 1, 2, 3, Operetta 2, Drama Club Play 2, Gym
ALBERT BAGGETTA 240 Meadow Street
Operetta 2, 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Dance Band 3, 4,
Variety Show 3, Sachem Staff.
KAREN L. BAILEY 111 Monroe Street
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 1, 2, Mirror Staff
1, 2, 3, 4, l.R.C. 3, 4, Spanish Club 4.
LOIS BARBIERI 25 Westford Circle
Glee Club, Choralettes.
HELEN BARBIERI 233 Leonard Street
Class Party 1, 2, 3, Girls' Sports 1, Gym Show 1,
Biology Club 2, 3, Ski Club 3, Personality Club 3,
LINDA M. BARNES 377 Springfield Street
Red Cross 3.
THERESA M. BEAUVAIS 112 Mill Street
Class Party 2, Prom Committee, Cabaret Committee,
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 1, Person-
ality Club 2, 3, 4, Mirror Staff 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2,
Library Staff 3, 4, Library Club 3, Tri-Hi, Student
Council 4, Color Guard 4, l.R.C. 4, Sachem Staff.
MONTAGUE BELDEN 135 Liberty Street
Transferred from West Springfield High School in
RICHARD E. BENOIT 60 Birch Hill
Transferred from Williston Academy in 1960, Gym
Show 2, Operetta 2, Student Council 3, 4, Student
Patrol 4, Captain 4, Football 3, 4, Co-Captain 4,
CAROL A. BERBERIAN 28 Autumn Street
Class Party 1, 2, Prom Committee, Personality Club
2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, Biology
Club 2, 3, Student Store 2, Ski Club 3, 4, Tram-
poline Club 3, Student Council 3, Library Staff 3,
Student Patrol 4, Cheerleader 4, Sachem Staff.
MARYANN R. BETTERS 1023 Springfield Street
Sophomore Party, Prom Committee, Glee Club 1,
2, 3, Gym Show 1, Art Club 1, 2, French Club 1,
Mirror Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, Junior
Red Cross 1, l.R.C. 3, 4, Personality Club 4.
MICHAEL C. BITGOOD 1010 Suffield Street
Gym Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Library Staff
3, 4, Library Club 3.
JOHN M. BIUSO 972 North Street
Class Party 1, 2, Prom Committee, Camera Club 1,
2, Football 1, Track 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club
3, 4, Treasurer 4, Student Council 3, 4, Student
Patrol 3, 4, Biology Club 4.
ROBERT F. BIZA 40 Monroe Street
Class Party 1, 2, A.V.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Operetta 2, 3, Stage Crew, Senior Play 2, 3, 4.
JOHN G. BOLDEBOOK 103 Florida Drive
Track Team 3, 4, Student Council 4.
LEE F. BOLGER 526 Cooper Street
Biology Club 3.
LINDA BONAVITA 55 River Road
Glee Club 1, Class Party 1, 2, 3, Cabaret Committee,
Prom Committee, Operetta 2, Biology Club 2, 3,
Class Hat Committee, Personality Club 2, 3, 4,
JEAN L. BORGATTI 22 Wilson Street
National Honor Society, Cabaret Committee, Prom
Committee, Student Council 1, 3, 4, Glee Club
2, Operetta 2, Student Store 2, Mirror Staff 2, 3, 4,
Personality Club 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Sachem
Staff, Color Guard 3, 4, Tri-Hi, N.O.M.A. Award.
WILLIAM L. BOULEY 41 Letendre Avenue
Class Party 1, 2, Mirror 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 3, 4,
Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, President
2, Sophomore Class Treasurer, Operetta 1, Track 1,
Cabaret Committee, Prom Committee, Sachem Staff.
GEORGE A. BOURGEOIS 216 Walnut Street
Class Party 1, 2, Prom Committee, Cabaret Com-
mittee, Football 1, Basketball 1, Biology Club 2,
Ski Club 2, 3, Mirror Staff 2, 3, Student Patrol 3,
Sachem Staff, Junior Party.
CAROL A. BOWDEN 65 Northwood Street
Transferred from Wilbur Cross High, New Haven,
Connecticut, in 1961, National Honor Society, Jun-
ior Class lnter-class Competition Play, Senior Play,
WILLIAM J. BROGGI 181 Springfield Street
CYNTHIA C. BROWN South West Street
Class Party 1, 2, Class Vice-President 2, 3, 4, Drama
Club 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Camera Club
1, 2, Maiorettes 1, 2, 3, Captain 4, Girls' Sports
1, 2, 3, 4, Mirror Staff 1, Operetta 1, 2, French
Club 2, 3, Personality Club 2, 3, 4, Gym Show 3, 4,
Featured Twirler, Mason City, Iowa, Cabaret Com-
mittee, Prom Committee, Senior Play.
RAYMOND V. BRUNO 59 DePalma Street
Class Party 1, 2, Cabaret Co-Chairman, Prom Com-
mittee, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Gym Show
1, 2, Biology Club 2, 3, Mirror Staff 2, 3, 4, Senior
Play, Student Patrol 4, Sachem Staff.
NORMAN C. BURR 107 Suffield Street
Hockey 1, 2, A.V.A. 3, 4, Sachem Staff.
ROBERT G. CAHILL 110 Anthony Street
Prom Committee, Cabaret Committee, Hockey 1, 2,
3, 4, Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 1, 2.
CHERYL CARMODY 154 Raymond ircle
Class Party 1, Cabaret Committee, Prom Commi tee,
Glee Club 1, 2, Biology Club 2, Personality lub
2, 3, 4, Girls' Sports 1, 2, Sachem Staff 4.
DONALD J. CHAREST 97 Silver Street
Class Treasurer 1, Class Party 1, Student Store
Treasurer, Student Council 1, Cabaret Committee,
Prom Committee, Student Patrol 4, Football 1,
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Basketball 1, 2, W
Lifting Club 1, 2, Gym Show 1, 2, 3, Variety S
Biology Club 3, Mirror Staff 4.
PAUL W. CHICOINE 94 School Street
JANET M. cHRiscoLA 1185 Suffield sneer
Class Party 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, French Cl
2, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sports 1, Perso
Club 2, 3, 4, Student Store 2, Biology Club
Pep Team 3, Drama Club 4.
GARY R. CHURCHILL 289 North gtreet
Class Party 1, 2, Student Council 1, Student
1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, Ski
2, 3, Mirror Staff 2, 3, Prom Committee, Hockey 4.
LOUIS CINCOTTA 78 Meadow Street
Class Party 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Gym Show
Weight Lifting Club 2, Biology Club 2, Cabaret
Committee, Prom Committee.
BEVERLY J. COLBURN 58 Belvidere Av
Class Party 1, 2, Student Council 3, Student Iitrol
4, Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Chor
2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 2, J.V. Cheerleader 2, Pep Teal-Im 2,
Chorallettes Club 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, District
rus 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 3, Color Guard 4, Sachem
GARY R. COLE 879 North Street
Class Party 1, Prom Committee, Football 1, 2,
Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, W
Lifting Club 1, 2, Student Council 1, Senior Ch
2, 3, 4, Gym Show 2, 3, Track 3, Ski Club
President 4, District Chorus 4, Sachem Staff.
LESLEY A. COLE 879 North Street
Freshman Party, French Club I, 2, 3, Glee Club
I, 2, 3, 4,l Pit Chorus, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Senior
Chorale 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sports I, 3, Drama Club
2, 4, Gym Show 2, Choralette 2, 3, 4, District Cho-
rus 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Cabaret Committee, Grad-
uation Page, Clas Song, Senior Play, F.T.A. 4,
SHARON A. COMPTON 4 Franklin Street
National Honor Society, Class Party I, 2, 3, Spanish
National Honor Society, Personality Club 2, 3, 4,
Biology Club 2, Student Store 2, N.O.M.A. Award,
Cabaret Committee, Prom Committee, Graduation
Page, Tri-Hi, Senior Play, Sachem Staff.
GARY F. CONNAUGHTON 232 Silver Street
A.V.A. I, 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Stage Crew, Oper-
etta 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 2, 3.
KATHLEEN A. CORGAN 76 Federal Avenue
Class Party I, Personality Club 2, 3, Biology Club 2.
VINCENT G. COSGROVE I34 Anthony Street
Biology Club'2, 3, 4, Football I, Basketball I, Drama
Club I, 2, Gym Show I, Mirror Staff I, A.V.A. I.
CAROLE J. COVENTRY 963 Main Street
gkifflub 2, N.E.D.T. Certificate, I.R.C. 2, 4, Sachem
ELAINE M. DALLAPEGORARA 427 Cooper Street
Class Party 3, Art Club I, 2, Vice-President 3, Presi-
dent 4, Drama Club 3, Cabaret Committee, Prom
Committee, Library Staff 3, Mirror Staff 3, 4, Stu-
dent Store 3.
WILLIAM P. D'AMATO 225 Springfield Street
RAYMOND D. DANTON 69 Belvidere Street
Class Party I, 2, Cabaret Committee, Prom Com-
mittee, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, Biology Club
2, Student Council 3, Student Patrol 4.
BARRY T. DAVILLI 229 North Street
Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4, weight Lifting Club 1, 2, 4,
TVGCIC 2, 3, 4: A.V.A. I, 2, 3, Vice-President 3,
President 4, Stage Crew, Senior Play 2, 3, 4, Ski
Club 2, 3, 4, Gym Show 2, 3, 4, Science Club Presi-
dent 3, Junior Marshal, Sachem Staff.
JANET L. DeMONT 90 Albert Street
Class Party I, 2, 3, Prom Committee, Cabaret Com-
mittee, Co-Chairman, Mirror Staff I, 2, 3, 4, Choral-
ette I, 2, Music Festival I, 2, Girls' Sports I, 2,
Freshman Cheerleader, Operetta I, 2, Drama Club
I, Variety Shom, Gym Show I, 2, French Club 2,
Biology Club 2, 3, Personality Club 2, 3, Secretary
4, Pep Team 2, Class Ring Committee, Tri-Hi, Li-
brary Staff 3, 4, Library Club 3, I.R.C. 3, 4, Student
Patrol 4, Senior Play, Class Colors Committee,
Sachem Staff, Kid Party.
JOSEPH DePALO I5 Meadow Street
Class Party I, 2, A.V.A. I, 2, Science Fair 2, 3,
Biology Club 3, 4, Prom Committee.
PATRICIA A. DePALO 94 Harvey Johnson Drive
Class Party I, 2, 3, Glee Club I, 2, 3, Operetta I,
2, 3, Personality Club 3.
CYNTHIA DIVIRGILIO 340 Poplar Street
National Honor Society, Student Council 2, 3, Span-
ish National Honor Society 2, Personality Club 2,
3, 4, N.O.M.A. Award 2, 3, Class Party I, 2, 3,
Prom Committee, Cabaret Committee, Graduation
Page, Tri-Hi, Color Guard 3, 4, Senior Play, Sachem
Staff, Class Hat Committee, Student Store 2, Kid
JAMES R. DONOVAN 67 Clematis Road
Class Party I, 2, Cabaret Committee, Operetta I,
3, 4, Biology Club I, Archery Club I, 2, 3, 4,
Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Chess Club
3, Prom Committee, Inter-Class Play Competition,
Drama Club 4, Art Club 4, Senior Play, Cap and
Gow.n Committee, Sachem Staff.
STANLEY M. DREWNOWSKI, JR. 200 Leonard Street
National Honor Society, Class Party I, 2, 3, Cabaret
Committee, Prom Committee, Class Hat Committee,
Freshman Reception 3, Mirror Staff 2, 3, Operetta
2, Biology Club 2, Student Patrol 4, Weight Lifting
Club I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, Football I, 2, 3, 4,
Co-Captain, N.E.D.T. 2, 3, Sachem Staff, Dartmouth
Book Award, N.M.S.Q. Certificate.
WILLIAM J. DRZYZGA I40 Lealand Avenue
Gym Show I, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 3, 4.
MARY L. DUGAN 450 Silver Street
Class Party I, 2, Chorus I, Operetta I, Art Club I,
Drama Club I, French Club I, 2, Treasurer 3, 4,
Biology Club 2, Personality Club 2, 3, 4, Cabaret
Committee, Prom Committee, Mirror Staff 2, 3, 4,
Spanish Club 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Cap and Gown Com-
mittee, I.R.C. 4, Sachem Staff.
STANLEY M. DUMOND 90 North Street
PATRICIA P. DuPONT 39 Cooper Street
Class Party 2, Art Club I, Archery Club 2, Jr. Var-
sity Cheerleader, Cabaret Committee, Inter-Class
Play, Junior Red Cross 3, Operetta 3, Glee Club
3, Senior Play, Student Council, Color Guard 3, 4,
F.N.C. 4, Sachem Staff.
PETER EGAN 27 Wilson Street
Class Party I, 3, Cabaret Committee, Prom Com-
mittee, Hockey I, 2, 3, 4, Golf I, 2, 3, 4, Biology
Club 2, 3, Ski Club 2, Sachem Staff, N.M.S.Q. Cer-
RAY R. ENGLER 98 Maple Street
Ski Club 3, 4.
CANDACE EWELL 35 Elbert Road
Drama Club i, 2, Ski Club I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sports
I, Biology Club Secretary 2, French Club 2, 3, 4,
Personality Club 2, Prom Committee, F.T.A. 3, 4,
Color Guard 3, 4.
CONSTANCE EWELL 35 Elbert Road
Class Party I, 2, 3, Cabaret Committee, Drama Club
I, 2, Chorus I, Ski Club I, 2, Art Club I, French
Club 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Personality Club 2,
3, 4, F.T.A. 3, Student Council 4, Sachem Staff.
DORRIN G. EXFORD
Class Party I, 2, Operetta I, 2, Glee Club I, 2,
Prom Co-Chairman, Graduation Usherette, Cabaret
Committee, Student Patrol, Student Council 4,
DONALD W. FAITS 386 Silver Street
A.V.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Hockey I, Ski Club 2, 3, Camera
Club 2, Senior Play Stage Crew 2, 3, Operetta Stage
Crew 2, 3, Class Colors Committee.
NANCY L. FAY 342 Adams Sfreet
Chorus I, 2, Band I, 2, 3, Girls' Sports I, Student
Store 2, Cabaret Committee.
JOHN R. FERIOLI 22 Raymond Circle
Class Party I, 2, 3, Football 'l, 2, Cabaret Ciom-
mittee, Prom Committee, Gym Show 3, Baseball 3,
Biology Club 4, Hockey 4.
WILLIAM R. FERRANTI 639 River Road
Class Party I, 2, 3, Gym Show I, 2, 3, 4, Track
2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Cabaret Committee, Prom
Committee, Weight Lifting Club 3, Football 4.
SYBIL l. FINCH 209 Silver S reet
Class Party I, 2, 3, Drama Club I, 2, French lub
I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sports I, 2, Personality Club , 3,
4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee, Biology lub
3, I.R.C. 4, F.T.A. 4.
WILLIAM R. FOAKES 453 Springfield Street
Class Party 2, Basketball 3, Weight Lifting Clug 2,
Track 2, I.R.C. 3, Prom Committee, Biology lub
3, 4, Mirror Staff 3, Student Patrol, I.R.C. 4.
RICHARD R. FOLEY IO5 Autumn Street
Transferred From West Springfield High School in
l962, Chorus 3.
ANDRE G. FONTAINE 475 Franklin Street Extension
Prom Committee, A.V.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play,
Stage Crew for Operetta I, 2, 3, 4, Sachem Staff.
NANCY L. FOOTE 755 Suffield Street
Class Party I, 2, 3, Drama Club I, 2, Glee Club? I,
2, Operetta I, 2, Ski Club I, 2, 3, 4, Gym S ow
I, Personality Club 3, Treasurer 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, French
Club 4, Secretary 3, I.R.C. 4, Jr. Red Cross I,
Mirror Staff 3, Cabaret Committee, Girls' Sport' 3,
Trampoline Club 3, 4, Graduation Usherette, Cap
and Gown Committee, Sachem Staff, Kid Party.
PHILIP J. FRAVESI 'II97 Suffield Street
Archery Club 1, 2.
HAROLD A. FULLAM 629 Main Street
Basketball I, 2, 3, 4.
PATRICIA GAGNIER 278 Meadow Street
Cabaret Committee, Glee Club 1, Girls' Sports 1,
Biology Club 2, F.N.C. 2, 3, 4, Pep Team 2, Sachem
GALLANO ANDREA 56 Spencer Street
Drama Club 1, 2, Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2,
Girls' Sports I, Color Guard 3, 4.
LYNNE M. GAMELLI 96 Silver Lake Drive
Junior Red Cross I, 2, Personality Club 2, 3, 4, Li-
brary Staff 3.
DENNIS E. GARDNER 72 Alhambra Circle
A.V.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Gym Show 1, 2, 3, Prom Com-
RICHARD L. GAUDREAU I25 Florida Drive
Operetta Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Stage
Crew 2, 3, 4.
GEORGE S. GAUNT 28 Doane Avenue
A.V.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta Stage Crew 3, 4, Senior
Play Stage Crew 3, 4.
FRANCIS J. GENSHEIMER, JR. I3 Charles Street
Math. Club 4, Debating Club 4, Basketball I, 2, 3,
4, Football 2, Sachem Staff.
RICHARD E. GINGRAS, JR. 4I Monroe Street
A.V.A. 1, I.R.C. 3, 4, Library Staff 4, Sachem Staff.
ROY A. GIORDANO 51 William Street
Gym Show 1, 2, 3, 4.
PHILLIP J. Girard 148 North Street
Track 2, 3, 4.
DONALD R. GLOGOWSKI 33 Seymour Avenue
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2,
Weight Lifting Club 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1,
Cabaret Committee, Student Patrol 4.
EDWARD E. GOSSMAN 70 Belvidere Avenue
Class Party 2, Science Fair 3, Inter-Class Play 3, Ski
Club 3, 4, Cabaret Committee.
REGINA E. GRABOWSKI 20 Homestead Street
French Club I, 2, 3, Gym Show I, 2, Variety Show
I, Operetta I, 2, 4, Girls' Sports 1, 2, 4, Biology 2,
4, J.V. Cheerleader, Prom Committee.
JAMES P. GRADY I4 Walnut Street
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Show 1, 2, Library Club
3, Library Staff 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Sachem Staff.
ANN MARIE GRAZIANO 83 South West Street
Class Party I, Glee Club I, 2, 3, Girls' Sports I, 2,
3, 4, Drama Club I, Operetta I, 2, Gym Show I,
2, Jr. Red Cross I, French Club 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4,
Personality Club 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Trampoline
Club 3, 4, Prom Committee, Cabaret Committee,
Cap and Gown Committee, Sachem Staff.
LYNN A. GRIFFIN 431 Springfield Street
I.R.C. 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 3.
DIANNE GUIDETTI 201 Leonard Street
Class Party 1, French Club 1, Band 1, 2, 3, Chorus
1, 2, 3, Biology Club 2, 3, Personality Club 2, 3,
4, Class Hats Committee, Prom Committee.
PAUL R. HALBACH 66 Elbert Road
National Honor Society, Biology Club 2, A.V.A. 3,
4, Science Club 3, Latin Club 3, Prom Co-Chairman,
Class Colors Committee, Sachem Staff, Eastern
States Governors' Day Representative, N.E.D.T.
Award, N.M.S.Q. Certificate.
GILBERT A. HALL 578 North Westfield Street
Student Store 2, Hockey 2, 3, 4.
RONALD HARDICK 140 Cherry Street
JAMES F. HARNOIS 205 South Street
Transferred From Technical High, Spfld., in 1961,
Student Patrol 3, 4, Football 4.
JANET W. HASTINGS 53 School Street
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 1, Gym Show 1, 2,
Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4, Mirror Staff I, 2, 3, Graduation
Usherette, Talent Show 3, Prom Committee 3, I.R.C.
3, 4, Senior Play, Cap ancl Gown Committee, French
MICHAEL S. HAYNES 1238 Main Street
Gym Show 2.
LOUIS J. HECKER 53 N. Alhambra Circle
National Honor Society, A.V.A. 1, Secretary 2, Presi-
dent 3, 4, Operetta Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess
Club 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Science Club 3, Sec-
retary 3, Senior Play Stage Crew, Class Colors Com-
mittee, Sachem Staff.
RICHARD HENRY 555 River Road
Band 1, Student Council 2.
GUY E. HUMISTON 70 Hall Street
Class Party 1, 2, Mirror Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club
2, 3, 4, Science Fair 1, Biology Show 1, Operetta
1, 2, 3, Library Staff 3, 4, Drama Club 2, Library
Club 3, Student Patrol 3, Cabaret Committee, Prom
Committee, Biology Club 4.
NANCY B. JOHNSON 38 North West Street
Class Party 1, Cabaret Committee, Prom Committee,
Drama Club 1, Glee Club 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3, 4,
Biology Club 2, Personality Club 2, 4, Tri-Hi 3,
Operetta 3, 4, I.R.C. 4, Library Staff 4, Sachem
ROBERT JUZBA 189 South Westfield Street
Class Party 1, 2, Prom Committee, Cabaret Com-
mittee, Ski Club 1, Weight Lifting Club 1, 2, Biology
PATRICIA A. KANE 35 Suffield Street
National Honor Society Secretary, Class Party 1, 2,
Prom Committee, Cabaret Committee, Drama Club
1, Art Club 1, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
1, 2, Operetta 1, 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2,
Personality Club 2, 3, 4, Mirror Staff 1, Science Fair,
Math Club, Sachem Staff.
ROBERT K. KANE 812 North West Street
Archery Club 1, 2, 3, Biology Club 1, 4.
SUZANNE M. KARAKLA 826 South West Street
National Honor Society Vice-President, Class Party
1, 3, N.E.D.T. Award, Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym
Show 1, 2, 3, Jr. Red Cross 1, Mirror Staff 1, 2, 3,
4, Drama Club 1, 2, Pep Team 1, 2, Biology Club
2, 3, Personality Club 2, 3, 4, F.N.C. 2, 3, 4, De-
bating Club 3, Latin Club 3, 4, I.R.C. 3, 4, Prom
Committee, Cabaret Committee, Sachem Staff.
JOHN F. KOSINSKI 227 North West 'Street
National Honor Society, Sachem Staff, N.E.D.T.
Award, N.M.S.Q. Certificate.
RANDALL L. KRUGER 63 Florida Drive
A.V.A. 1, 3.
RICHARD A. LAKE 282 Cooper Street
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 3, 4,
Science Fair, Student Council 3, Sachem Staff.
DIANA J. LANG 605 Southwick Street
Class Party 2, Choralette I, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,
4, Operetta 1, 2, French Club 1, Fashion Show,
Personality Club 2, 3, 4, Mirror Staff 2, 3, Library
Staff 3, 4, Tri-Hi 3, Library Club 3, Student Store,
Cabaret Committee, Sachem Staff, Cap and Gown
RICHARD W. LEAL 1132 Springfield Street
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Show 2.
PAUL H. L'HEUREUX 165 Elm Street
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4, A.V.A. Club
3, 4, Library Club 3, Library Staff 3, 4, Chorus 3,
Prom Committee, Sachem Staff.
JOHN F. LITCHFIELD 54 Mountain View Street
National Honor Society, Class Treasurer 4, Prom
Committee, Archery Club 1, Treasurer 2, 3, Presi-
dent 4, Chess Club 1, 2, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,
4, Concert Chorale 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4,
Track 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, President 4, Inter-Class
Play 3, Camera Club 3, Debating Club 3, Drama
Club 4, I.R.C. 4, Senior Play, Class Hat Committee,
PATRICIA A. LLOYD 39 Rowley Street
Gym Show 1, Red Cross 1, 2, Biology Club 2, 3, 4,
Student Store, Mirror Staff 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi 3, Cabaret
Committee, Prom Committee, Class Colors Com-
mittee, Sachem Staff.
JOAN V. MAGISTRI 107 Franklin Street
National Honor Society, Jr. Red Cross, Girls' Sports
1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Show 1, Class Party.1, 2, Biology
Club 2, Personality Club 2, 4, Mirror Staff 2, I.R.C.
3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Debating Club 3, Latin Club 3,
Cabaret Committee, Prom Committee, Chess Club
4, Senior Play.
HOLLY A. MARIEB 9 Mooreland Street
Class Party 1, 2, Mirror Staff 1, Glee Club 1, French
Club 1, Vice-President 2, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, Tri-Hi 1,
2, Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, Biology Club 1, Personality
Club 2, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Jr. Varsity Cheer-
leader, Prom Committee, Library Staff 3, 4, Gym
Show 3, Student Patrol 4, Sachem Staff.
MARILYN L. MARQUISS 52 North Alhambra Circle
Chorus 1, 2, Art Club 2, 3.
KATHLEEN M. MARTIN 146 Mill Street
Drama Club 1, Chorus 1, Girls' Sports 1, 2, Gym
Show 1, 2, Operetta 1, Biology Club 1, Personality
Club 2, 3, 4, F.N.C. 2, 3, 4, Trampoline Club 3, 4,
l.R.C. 4, Sachem Staff, Kid Party.
LOUIS A. MASTROIANNI, JR. 145 Garden Street
Prom Committee, Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, Bi-
ology Club 3, Treasurer 4, Student Patrol.
MADELINE A. McGOVERN 27 Alhambra Circle
Glee Club 1, Girls' Sports 1, Personality Club 2, 3,
4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, l.R.C. 4,
Sachem Staff, Kid Party.
DARLENE A. MCLEAN 28 Monroe Street
Class Party 1, 2, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1,
Biology Club 2, Personality Club 3, 4, Prom Com-
mittee, Cabaret Committee, Sachem Staff.
MARTIN J. MCMAHON 95 Alfred Circle
Class Treasurer 3, Student Council 2, 3, Treasurer
3, President 4, Basketball 1, Variety Show 1, Gym
Show 1, 2, 3, Weight Lifting Club 2, 3, Student
Patrol 3, 4, Golf Team 3, 4, Freshman Reception 3,
4, Graduation Usher, Sachem Staff.
MICHAEL A. MEADE 252 Silver Street
BEN D. MERCERI 61 Northwood Street
Transferred From Commerce High School in 1962,
Biology Club 4.
JOHN C. MIKSZEWSKI 31 Poinsettia Street
Weight Lifting Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
Gym Show 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club
2, 3, 4, Student Patrol.
ALBERT L. MOCCIO 62 Royal Street
A.V.A. 1, 2, 3, Science Fair 3.
SUELLEN MOORS 22 Wright Street
l.R.C. 2, Biology Club 2, Ski Club 3, 4.
ELLIOTT D. MOREN 401 School Street
National Honor Society President, Biology Club 2,
A.V.A. 3, 4, Science Club, Math. Club, Vice-Pres. 3,
Chess Club 3, 4, Sachem Staff Editor-in-Chief, Nat'l
JOHN T. MORIN 208 Adams Street
National Honor Society, Class President 1, 2, 3, 4,
Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Co-
Captain 4, Weight Lifting Club 1, 2, Gym Show 1, 2,
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Patrol 2, 3, 4,
Operetta 2, A.I.C. Model Congress Representative,
Harvard Book Award, Boys' State, Prom Committee,
Cabaret Committee, Sachem Staff.
ANDREW S. MORRIS 83 Channell Drive
Class Party 1, 2, 3, Cabaret Committee, Prom Com-
mittee, Student Patrol 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Weight
Lifting Club 1, Football 2, 4, Gym Show 2.
PATRICIA A. MURPHY 30 Gale Street
Cabaret Committee, Glee Club 1, Girls' Sports 1,
French Club 1, 2, 3, Biology Club 3, Jr. Red Cross
2, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Personality Club 2, l.R.C. 3, 4,
Library Staff 3, 4, Library Club 3, Gym Show 1,
Tri-Hi, Sachem Staff.
PETER T. NASSIF 580 Main Street
Class Party 1, 2, 3, Football 1, Ski Club 1, Weight
Lifting Club 1, 2, Biology Club 2, Cabaret Com-
mittee, Prom Committee, Hockey 4.
PAMELA P. NELSON 369 Cooper Street
Cabaret Committee, Prom Committee, Glee Club
1, 2, 3, Library Staff 3, 4, Graduation Usherette 3,
Personality Club 4.
PAUL W. Neulieb 138 South Park Terrace
Bank 1, 2, 3, 4, A.V.A. 1, 2, Archery Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabaret Committee,
Photography Club 4, Prom Committee, Basketball
4, Chorus 4.
DENNIS NUTBROWN 479 North Street
A.V.A. 1, 2.
JAMES P. O'CONNOR 195 Cooper Street
Football 2, Track 1, 2, Gym Show 1, 2, 3, Ski Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee, Class Colors Com-
JOSEPH E. O'CONNOR 195 Cooper Street
A.V.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Golf
Team 2, Gym Show 2, Basketball 3, Biology Club
4, Class Colors Committee.
WILLIAM H. OLIVER 129 South Street
SHIRLEY A. OVERSTREET 298 North Westfield Street
National Honor Society, Gym Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3,
4, Operetta 1, 2, Senior Chorale 2, Biology Club
2, Student Council 3, Trampoline Club 3, 4, Latin
Club 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Chorus 4, Student Patrol 4,
JORDAN H. PADDOCK 38 Autumn Street
JACQUELINE R. PALEN 39 Center Street
Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Archery Club 1, Biology Club
2, 3, 4, Camera Club 1, Chorus 3, Operetta 3.
FRANK M. PARZYCH, JR. 1099 Suffield Street
A.V.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 4.
RICHARD T. PIECZARKA 196 Corey Street
Student Council 1, Track Team 1, Cabaret Com-
mittee, Library Staft 4.
MARTHA A. PILKINGTON 251 Shoemaker Lane
Class Party 1, 2, 3, Cabaret Committee, Prom Com-
mittee, Mirror Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2,
Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Personality
Club 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 3, 4, Student Patrol 4,
Graduation Usherette, I.R.C. 4, Senior Play, Sachem
Staff, N.E.D.T. Award 3, Kid Party.
RONALD PIOGGIA 86 Sylvan Lane
ANDREW G. RAGUSKUS 247 Southwick Street
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball
3, District Band, Sachem Staff.
CATHERINE M. RAMAH 320 Cooper Street
Class Party 1, 2, 3, Red Cross 1, 3, 4, Student Store
2, I.R.C. 3, 4, Cabaret Committee, Sachem Staff,
Class Colors Committee.
E. SUSAN RANDBY 31 South Florida Drive
Girls' Sports 1, Glee Club 1, Cabaret Committee,
DOMINICK J. RICCO, JR. 29 Wooclclitf Avenue
CAROL A. ROBERTS 41 Royal Street
Class Party 3, Junior Red Cross 1, 2, Mirror Staff
1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Cabaret Committee, Prom
RICHARD B. ROBINSON 50 Main Street
Ski Club 2, 3, 4.
DANIEL B. ROMANKO 27 Belvidere Avenue
Basketball 1, Gym Show 1, 2, Baseball.
JUDITH A. RUDDEFORTH 39 Doane Avenue
Band 1, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, I.R.C. 2, 4, Biology Club
2, Drama Club 1.
JUDITH A. SARAT 185 Cooper Street
Class Vice-President 1, Secretary 2, 3, 4, Student
Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Party 1, 2, 3, Student
Patrol 2, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, French Club 1, 2, 3,
4, Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2, Tri-Hi,
Gym Show 1, 3, Biology Club 2, Personality Club
2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Cabaret Committee, Prom
Committee, Cheerleader 3, 4, I.R.C. 4, Junior Mar-
shal, Sachem Staff.
JOYCE M. SHAKER 106 South Westfield Street
National Honor Society, Class Secretary 1, Student
Council 1, 2, Vice-President 4, Class Party 1, 2,
Maiorette 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, Personality
Club 1, 2, 4, Girls' Sports 1, 2, Chorus 1, Operetta
1, 2, Gym Show 1, 2, Student Patrol 4, Biology
Club 2, Prom Committee, Cabaret Committee, Mirror
Staff 4, Class Colors Committee, Class Hat Com-
mittee, Sachem Staff, Kid Party.
PHYLLIS M. SHARKUS 47 Norman Terrace
Girls' Sports 1, 2, Biology Club 2, Personality Club
3, F.N.A. 3.
CLIFFORD G. SHEARD 74 Senator Avenue
Class Party 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club
1, 2, Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Show 1, Class
Hat Committee, Cabaret Committee, Prom Com-
mittee, Student Council, Student Patrol.
PHILIP L. SHERMAN 108 Norris Street
CAROL A. SILVESTRINI 75 Lealand Avenue
Class Party 1, 2, 3, Drama Club 1, Glee Club 1, 2,
Girls' Sports 1, Student Council 1, 2, Operetta 1,
F.T.A. 2, Secretary 3, President 4, Personality Club
2, 3, Jr. Red Cross 2, Vice-President 3, Mirror Staff
2, 4, Biology Club 2, Cabaret Committee, Prom
Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, I.R.C. 4,
Sachem Staff Assistant Editor, Kid Party.
GARY S. SLATE 71 Maynard Street
MARGARET E. SMITH 49 James Street
Jr. Red Cross 3, I.R.C. 3, 4.
LOIS A. SOJA 184 Main Street
Tri-Hi, Senior Play 4, Sachem Staff.
CYNTHIA L. STATKUN 1141 Main Street
National Honor Society, Girls' State Representative,
Class Party 1, 2, Jr. Red Cross 1, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4,
Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Mirror Staff 1, 2, 4, Personality Club 2, 3, 4, Tram-
poline Club 3, Latin Club 3, 4, I.R.C. 3, Secretary
4, Ski Club 3, Library Club 3, Cabaret Committee,
Prom Committee, Library Staff 4, Cap and Gown
Committee, Sachem Staff.
ROBERT L. STAWASZ 264 Maynard Street
Gym Show 2.
BRUCE N. STEBBINS 789 Main Street
A.V.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabaret Committee, Bas-
ketball 3, Biology Club 4, Student Council 4, Stu-
dent Patrol, Sachem Staff, Hockey 4.
CHARLOTTE B. SULBORSKI 654 North Street
Glee Club 1, 2, Personality Club 2, 3, Ski Club 2,
3, 4, Biology Club 2, Trampoline Club 3, Prom
Committee, Sachem Staff. I
WILLIAM W. TEASE 53 Rhodes Avenue
Gym Show 4.
KAREN A. TERRELL 66 Highland Street
French Club 1, 2, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, Mirror Staff
2, Biology Club 2, F.N.A. 2, 3, 4, I.R.C. 2, 3, 4,
Personality Club 2.
JOANNE L. THORNTON 21 Line Street
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross
1, 2, F.N.A. 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Personality
Club 2, 3, 4, I.R.C. 4, Library Staff 4, Sachem Staff.
MERRILL O. TISDEL, JR. 45 Oak Hill Avenue
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, Weight Lifting
Club 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, Biology Club 2, Gym
Show 2, 3, Prom Committee, Cabaret Committee,
Mirror Staff 4, Student Patrol, Sachem Staff, Kid
JOSEPH R. TOURVILLE, JR. 79 N. Alhambra Circle
A.V.A. 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Chess Club 1, 2,
Operetta Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Show 2,
Senior Play Stage Crew, Sachem Staff.
J. JOHN TRZCINSKI 597 Suffield Street
Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, A.V.A. 2,
Secretary 3, 4, Science Club, Vice-President 3, Stage
Crew Operetta, Library Staff 3, 4, Mirror Staff 4,
Sachem Staff, Senior Play.
LOUISE A. VAILLANT 98 Valentine Street
National Honor Society, Girls' Sports 1, 2, Glee
Club I, Pit Chorus 1, Gym Show 1, French Club
2, 3, 4, Student Store 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, Library Staff
3, 4, Library Club 3, Sachem Staff.
JAMES A. VAN REMOORTERE Springfield Street
Transferred From Florence, Wisconsin, in 1962.1
PATRICK J. VASSALLO 11 Anthony Street
Basketball 1, Golf 1, 2, Weight Lifting Club 1, 2, 3,
4, Football 2, 3, 4, Class Party 2, Prom Committee,
Hockey 2, 3, 4, Senior Play.
SUSAN Y. VRENNA 78 Sylvan Lane
Prom Committee, Cabaret Committee, Graduation
Usherette, Biology Club 1, 2, 3, Personality Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Patrol,
ROGER A. WAITE 61 Parker Street BEVERLY J. WILLIAMS 45 Barney Street
Hockey I, 2, 3, 4, A.V.A. 1, Operetta 1, 2, Class
Party 1, Gym Show 2, 3, Track 3.
DIANE C. WALLACE 9O School Street
National Honor Society, Drama Club, Treasurer 1,
Gym Show 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, Girls' Sports 1, 2,
3, 4, Operetta 1, 2, Biology Club 2, F.N.A. 2,
Trampoline Club 3, 4, Personality Club 3, 4, De-
bating Club, Secretary 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Vice-
President 4, Cabaret Committee, Prom Committee,
Color Guard, I.R.C. 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Drum Major,
Cap and Gown Committee, Model Congress Rep-
resentative 1, 2, 3, Sachem Staff.
CAROL A. WELLS 233 Coleman Street
Mirror Staff 1, Cabaret Committee, Prom Com-
mittee, Graduation Usherette, French Club 3, Sen-
MARY JANE WELLS 71 Perry Lane
Mirror Staff 1, Girls' Sports 1, Biology Club 2.
JAMES D. WHITE 24 Senator Avenue
Class Party 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2,
4, Ski Club 3, 4, I.R.C. 4.
RICHARD B. WHITE 1111 River Road
Football 1, Gym Show 1, 2, Class Party 2, Student
BRIAN J. WILES 347 Cooper Street
Basketball 1, 2, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Show
1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4,
A.V.A. Club 4, Sachem Staff.
SANDRA L. WILKINS 172 Walnut Street
Jr. Red Cross 1, Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Show
1, 2, 3, 4, I.R.C. 3, 4, Trampoline Club 3, Mirror
Staff 2, Biology Club 2, Cap and Gown Committee,
Prom Committee, Sachem Staff.
WALTER G. WILLARD 60 Monroe Street
National Honor Society Treasurer, French Club 1,
2, 3, 4, Chess Club 2, 3, 4, A.V.A. 3, 4, Science
Club 3, 4, Math. Club 3, 4, Sachem Staff.
Freshman Cheerleader, Jr. Red Cross 1, Glee Club
1, Mirror Staff 1, 2, Biology Club 2, Color Guard
JUDITH A. WILLIAMS 32 Kensington Street
Class Party 1, 2, 3, Prom Committee, Cabaret Com-
mittee, Mirror Staff 1, 2, 4, Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3,
4, Art Club 1, Ski Club 1, 3, 4, N.E.D.T. Award,
Latin Club, Vice-President 3, Personality Club 2, 3,
Color Guard 3, Trampoline Club 3, I.R.C. 3, Science
Fair 3, Student Council 4, Student Patrol 4, N.M.S.Q.
Certificate, Sachem Staff.
MARY J. WILSON 293 Leonard Street
National Honor Society, Class Party 1, 2, 3, Cabaret
Committee, Mirror Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Show 1,
French Club 1, 2, 3, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, F.T.A. 1, 2,
3, Vice-President 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Girls' Sports
1, Operetta 1, Biology Club 2, Personality Club
2, 3, 4, I.R.C. 4, Prom Committee, Tri-Hi, Library
Staff 3, Cap and Gown Committee, Class Colors
Committee, Sachem Staff.
RAYMOND J. WRIGHT 17 Federal Avenue
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 1, 2, Library Staff 3, 4,
Library Club 3, Prom Committee, Cabaret Com-
RONALD R. YERRID 475 Meadow Street
Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, Gym Show 1, 2, 3, 4,
Biology Club 2, Library Staff 4, Sachem Staff, Senior
ANTONIA S. ZERRA 43 Cooper Street
National Honor Society, Drama Club 1, French
Club 1, 2, Art Club 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pit
Chorus 1, 2, Choralettes 2, 3, 4, Chorale 3, 4,
Mirror Staff 3, 4, "Spotlight on Youth" Reporter 3,
4, Senior Play, Chess Club 4, N.M.S.Q. Certificate,
VALERYE ZERRA 45 Cooper Street
Photography Club 3.
PAUL S. ZYMBA 650 Southwick Street
Transferred From Westfield High School in 1961,
Hockey 3, 4, Prom Committee.
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