Agawam High School - Sachem Yearbook (Agawam, MA)

 - Class of 1969

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'- LN Qg a ly 4? ..-'Ns 5 ..,b .wwmivam , 5, W3 Q39 Jw? .,g W L-ww ff W- 'I Time T0 Persevere ,WA Time T0 Reap was fi W? 5 ? , 3 fl .wa xi' .A 955. I , K Nr, 33,1 4 '. s p, 5 ww- 'R 'F .Y V! 4: I N 'sf n. L- 2 .L x 1- ., Q .sf .M , 5 X Yami! fm .. L 4 f Spirited - an adjective which aptly describes the personality of the class of 1972. Their eagerness to become an integral part of Agawam High School is reflected by their involvement in school activities. With the election of, class .officers and student oouncil members, the freshmen, under Mr. Bagetta's guidance, laiunched a four-year career which promises to be both busy and successful. In order to stimulate more interest in freshmen football games, the class provided transportation both to-and-from games. To establish themselves financially, the class of '72 not only collected dues but also sponsored a bake sale and a concession at the Winter Carnival. Truly indicative of the mod era was their "psychedelic dancef' Effective lighting coupled with the electrifying music of the Sharper Edge of Dull set the mood for an exciting evening. After an eventful first year, the freshmen can look forward to a promising tenure at Agawam Robert Ackerman Thomas Acquaro Cynthia Adams Ste hen Adamski Riceiard Adelman Pamela Aldrich Maryann Alessandri Maureen Amaral Twyla Andros Edward Ardizoni Judith Arnold Robin Atanas Margaret Avezzie David Avondo Carole Babyok Linda Bailey Marjorie Baker Karen Balboni Gregory Balsewicz Richard Barnard Gary Battles Mark Beaulieu Theresa Beaulieu Michael Belisle Barbara Bellefleur Denise Bellemore it if'tt Joseph Benerakis W Bruce Benson '-"1 Y Denise Bessette vs .,,, V A ' 'rn' ' Charles Bewes Frances Bigda Nancy Biza Kenneth Blackwood David Blanch Nanc Blascak David, Boldebook Susan Bollivar Josephine Bonavita James Bonfitto Roberta Bonomi Peter Borkosky Joseph Borowiec Edmund Bouley Gail Branchini Scott Brindle Garry Brinn Mark Bordeur Virginia Brown William Bmneau Donna Buck Randy Buiso Richard B oreck Anthon galvanese Debra gampbell Donna Campbell Lawrence Campurcia Joanne Camyre Donald Capponcelli -, Anne Carey Leo Carey Ann Caron Robert Castellanos Mark Catchepaugh Dorothy Cavanaugh w,.r 1123321 U 1?j1la': ' :t,'L - ff: .., .... . ,.. , ,... 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Y in i 1 ' Essay Daniel Rose Paul Rose Beverly Rossi Christnlpher Rossi Linda ossi Ann R an Jacqueline Ryer Frank Santinello William Sapelli Gary Savaria Jeanne Scherpa Charlotte Serra Joseph Shaer Peter Shibley Diane Simmons Gail Simmons Paula Sirotka Scott Skolnick Gary Smith Debora Snyder Mitchell Soffen Michael Spinelli Nancy Starzyk Christopher Stawasz Lori Stefanik Barbara Swiderski Lawrence Taylor Paula Theodorowicz Richard Theroux Lawrence Tiffany Shelley Titcomb Deborah Thompson Gregory Toczko Andrew Torino David Tourville Vincent Trimboli Deborah Turner Antonia Veronesi Diane Vetro Diane Walz Igynn Werthamer arilylli West June ood Deborah White Caron Wiggins Sharon Wxlggins Candace iliams John Williamson Marcia Williamson Richard Wills Pamela Wing Laura Wylie Donald Young Valerie Young Lee Zonotti Barbara Cariani Laura Champagne Dennis Dyer Kurt Harmon Michael Moreau Nancy Palazzi Gary Randall David Schaedlich Mark Sullivan A r A gawam ,S "Lczugh- uf, ?Jl " 5332 V , V " ifhfif' - A 'sw .5 M' in-.. ,ii Mfr ,M X.,-Q A poem by , ,,,,,,,. At the bow of his mighty craft. Admiral Rudolfo cites land. ...b, "Which Henny Youngmanfv' .1 "We'll tight them all" "lt sort of gets you right here ,. f Lt. ,,,-,.,-..,...,. ,f Joyce Tomski, Deborah Grant, Shirley Geckler, Kenneth Strom, Deborah White, Beth Werner, Greg Balsewicz, seated Brenda Algar "Poetry Happen in g" "The First Fo1io', Inspiration + self-expression - creativity - imagination - the motivating forces behind "The First Folio". Under the guidance of Mrs. Mary Sypek, students interested in creative writing are encouraged to submit original essays, poems, and short stories for publication. All work on the magazine, from typing and printing to assembling and distributing, is done entirely by members of the club. A highlight of this year's activities was "The Poetry Happening" at which students presented samples of their poetry. Mr. Stentaford read poems reminiscent of his recent trip to Scotland. Although a relatively new organization, "The First Folio" has proven to be a popular innovation among the student body. Mr. Stentaford recreates the rugged coastline of Aberdeenshire through poetry. 27 Brenda Algar introduces Mrs. Mary Sypek and Mr. Edward Stentaford to the "Poetry Happening" audience. O'Brien pops through the line from fullback as Tech looks on. if "Now ifl could just find my contacts." Madamas deep in the backfield scrambles for the long run around end. "Look sharp, ref." As Macey is assisted in pulling down an opponent near touchdown territory. ...A ul' ..- Ilf- 'B -M Scott Macey, Roy Wright, Hank Drewnowski, Paul 0'Brien, Ken Goodwin, Steve Grimaldi, Nick Madamas, Mike Piccin, Paul Vella, Chip Shearer, Bob Morin. Losito kicks high and boots the ball deep into Tech territory. In the open, Macey strains to reach the ball held stationary in the air. H- -H. WSI' Despite the snow, Co-Captains Piccin, Vella, Goodwin, and Shea listen attentively to Coach Kibbe's instructions. Time And Injuries Plagued The Brownies The Brownies experienced a disappointing 1968 season with a record of two wins and six losses. The first three games saw the Agawam men faced with stiii' competition from Cathedral, Greenfield, and Chicopee. Heading into the last quarter of each game, the winner was impossible to predictg but, luck and time were on the side of our opponents. Although the drive and desire to win were strong, injuries also plagued the team and inhibited its early success. The come-back after such a depressing start proved difficultg but, working as a team and practicing diligently turned the tide. The Brownies were finally rewarded for their efforts when they defeated Westfield and their arch-rival West Springfield. The impressive victory over West Side saw Agawam retire the second Elks trophy with 6 consecutive wins. Standouts this season included juniors Nick Madamas, Scott Macey, and Mike O'Brien as well as seniors Mike Piccin, Hank Drewnowski, Steve Grimaldi, and Ken Goodwin. Retuming to serve as the nucleus of next yearis team will be lettermen Macey, Madamas, O'Brien, Don Young, Don Progulski, Bob Morin, Mike Losito, and Dave LeGrand. Mr. Kibbe's reaction to the upcoming season: "Better! Better be better!', After a formidable gain, O'Brien drives up the middle to be stopped by a lone defender. Macey leaps high to intercept pass from hands of awaiting Tech receiver. T0 Sh0W lheil' HPPTCCIHUOH f0l' the Cheefleeadefs assistance Coach Kibbe with friend presented to hrm at the West Side Rally the team presents corsages to them Row I: Steven Collins, Hank Drewnowski, Mike O'Brien, Nick Madamas, Bob Morin, Jay Shea, Paul Vella, Mike Piccirr, Ken Goodwin, Chip Shearer, Scott Macey, Steve Grimaldi, Don Progulske, Coach J aniszewski Row 2: Mark Oliver, Chip Kistner, Paul O'Brien, Dana Raymond, Gerry Dublois, Mike Losito, Peter Nooney, Dave Quintal, John Pelley, Roy Wright, Len Caron, Dave Gates, Mike Drewnowski, Coach Kibbe Row 3: Joseph Russo, John Gruppioni, Dave Tangredi, John Caron, Kevin Sullivan, Randy Cushing, Edwin Adamski, Gerald Burke, Dave LeGrand, Mark Gibbs, Jimmy Dempsey, Gary Salford, Dave O'Malley, Coach Murphy. L lil... Assistant Coach Murphy. Hank Urewnowski. David Gates. Gerald Deblois. Mike Piccin. Paul Vella. Ken Goodwin. Jay Shea. Steve Grimaldi. Nick Madamas. and Assistant Janiszewski. Deblois leaves a prospective tackler behind as an open field lies ahead. 4 9 5 i 22. 5 . v X K -1 2 .A An anxious squad wait impatiently for their chance to get into the game. ,if Don Young. Jim Valenti. and Steve Pond - key men in the 1968 season. "Ladies F irsf' Personality Club A successful Sadie Hawkins Dance set the tone for the activities of this year's Personality Club. A rustic setting for the event created the 'gLi'l Abner" atmosphere appropriate for the evening. Other activities included in this year's agenda were a Christmas Party and a surprise "going awayl' party for the club's supervisor, Mrs. Margo Poulin. With the assistance of club oihcers Cindy Johnson A president, Gale Sullivan - vice-president, and Linda Higgins - secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Poulin directed informal discussions to assist the club members in their social development. sr Omcers: Linda Higgins, Gale Sullivan, and Cindy Johnson Mr Porter scans the outiits of the selected couples to choose the two 32 Ifg ladies night and therefore their choice. dressed identically. Agawam's "Wits,' Retire Undefeated Behind by fifteen points in their most important encounter, the "As Schools Match Witsv team successfully captured their fourth victory and retired undefeated in the first round of competition. Agawamls squad routed teams from Easthampton, East Catholic of Connecticut, Gateway Regional, and East Longmeadow. Team members Brian Blackburn, Richard Cimma, Michael Connolly, and William Walsh devoted many hours during and after school in preparation for questions ranging from music and art to sports and current events. Because quick recall of facts is the essence of the competition, Mrs. Libiszewski and Mr. Stocker drilled our "wits" to improve their abilities to provide rapid-fire answers. A chance to excel academically is not the only benefit derived from sewing on the "As Schools Match Wits" team. The team member is also given the opportunity to experience competition under pressure. if ..f"" li z.,-.- tt" i l. t B it me 1 ' W Q- 52 .. . aww .W at . If at ,A . -22411 "Determination Overcomes Inexperiencei' Victory to most first year teams is an impossible goal. While soccer is not a new sport to Westem Massachusetts, Agawam made her debut in amazing fashion. Led by Mr. Williard and Mr. White, the squad completed a record of 5-5 against experienced competition. Desire played a key role in this fine performance, for only a desire such as this team displayed could make up for a lack of experience. Six determined seniors gave stability on and off the field. Bob Quinn, Mark Holden, and co-captain Mike DiDonato played key roles at halfback, while Al Wright and Jimmy Brown held down the wings, and Vic Beauvais played a strong fullback. With the return of many fine under- classmen, future teams will have a good nucleus. Bobby Brown, Tom Davilli, Steve Atwater, and Don Wheeler joined co-captain George Mickey as all-around Stars. A good defense was the trademark of this team, with Beauvais and Larry Webster continually turn- ing in good performances. While lack of experience led to a low goal production, Tom Case and Steve Atwater staunchly defended the nets against their opponents. "Next year will be a year to re- build againf' says Mr. White. He hopes for a fair showing in a strong Pioneer Valley League. As indicated by this yearis performance, Agawam's soccer team will certainly pose a threat to the league's best. Alan Wright Ist Row: Tom Schlagel, Robert Dumas, James Brown, Doug Borgatti, Robert Brown, Steve Atwater, Don Wheeler, George Mickey, Wayne LaRiviere, Steve Zam- belli 2nd Row: Mr. Willard, Bob Serra, Dave Boissoneault, Bob Leo- pardi, Tom Davilli, Mike DiDonato, Al Wright, Robert Quinn, Mark Holden, Ray Lefebvre, Victor Beauvais, Mike Presz, John Kozak, Tom Cast Larry W ebster, Mr. White. Victor Beauvais Mark Holden -f-'-"-"- Y Y' 'Y ew- ' 'We'- " gp. W .Q 5 5 Q is Q A w, w if 5 Q3 V4 f! ' gs 5 8 f sw ! if 'QW so QA ,R K, al 4 'fi ,Q ,Y - My 4 , 1 W, QL ff S Af 5 M25 K , , 2 www , Q, m 2 K A s W 11 " ' ,1 Q'kt,3,A,:..V,1f, ,- If . Y ,M 3 5 , ,-. f - M 2 wx . s 1 W, W.. ., ,Y , ' . Y fi? K if , 3 ,. . any-wk V V ' A ., W ff M 5 J I if M -M L zw "To know wisdom and instructiong to perceive the words of understandingg To receive the instruction of wisdom, justice, and judgement, and equityg To give subtilty to the simple, to the young man knowledge and discretion. A wise man will hear, and will increase learningg and a man of understanding shall attain unto wise counsels? PROVERBS A dministration ff", Mr. James Clark Superintendent Mr. David Theodorowicz, Assist. Prin. Mr. Raymond Harris, Principal Guzdance QE Mr D3Vld Skolmck Dlrector Mr Peter Mazza Counselor 5436 Special a Areas r ' if , I ir 75 waz? Q Mrs. Mary Wuesthoff. Chorale E Mrs. Catherine Hallaman, Nurse MF- Darcy Davis. M1-1SiC Mr. Roland Pressey, Driver Ed, 38 riw Mr. John Greene, Special Ed. Mrs. Marjorie Campanella, Home Ec. ". . . All urge is blind save when there is knowledge, And all knowledge is vain save when there is work, 7 And all work is empty save when there is love? KAHLILGIBRAN Miss Geraldine Schilling Mrs. Marjorie 5 ! A? Kelly, Home Ec. "As he who is versed in the science of numbers can tell you of the regions of weight and measure, but he cannot conduct you thither, For the vision of one man lends not its wings to another man? KAHLIL GIBRAN " - W f 1 -14 7 ' 122 ,A Mr. John Burns Miss Jane Durkan, Dept. Head Mr. Edward Stentaford MF- L90 Bllfqlle 40 Mathematics 21 Mr. Roger Leclerc M r. Walter Willard Mr. John Whalley 41 Mr. David Pulaski -. ,- I .fl H W 'J , v I U Lvl 1 , U L' 'l f rr X if "ll App' A l rn!" Lf' " NW fi, f l 2 L,- lu ' a ll' lfrwl if fr rf 11 R 1 KL Q B! Y LH S. f M Q, 5 , ary, , W f ,. fu . ,V 1, 41: 1 36 A 4 ,J riff Q ,, 1 "M: nv, 1 , v V ,af fl! IW' Q J it Ng f K it R 1 fr asm 3 1 Af ,VJ ff' M Science agay not, 'l have found the truth,' but rather, 'I have found a truth? ' And the treasure of your infinite depths would be revealed to your eyes? KAHLIL GIBRAN Miss Elaine SanSoucie MI- Hal'01d Clark Mr. Stephen LePage -MPA .ra - .- , I X x Mr. Kenneth Dean 'R www iw Mr. Ronald Paoletti X 'kx's'fg2'i'W ski? ff? 1 L f r u,:ifQ:,A V 'f 2213, 'MV' Se we W 5,123 Y Gigs pez, M. if .i N., Sigma? awwssw ziiyif. 523' 52 fi 552' . . ' u '- ffbfsi ' -T1 ka-:ze F 51? V - f . .222 ll Mr James Bruno Dept Head Mr Ralph Zavarella Mr. Gerald Gnffm "When you meet a friend on the roadside or in the market place, let the spirit in you move your lips and direct your tongue. Let the voice within your voice speak to the ear of his earf, KAHLIL GIBRAN l Mrs. Florence Strasberg Miss Frances Strobelberger Mrs. Helen Krajewski Miss Sandra Stone -- so M ,gl . - vmfmgrmws -,A, ff a -QM., sf We , Hs- 5 W M Social Studies "But if in your thought you must measure time into seasons, let each season encircle all the other seasons, And let today embracethe past with remembrance and the future with longing." KAHLIL GIBRAN Mr. Joseph Zabielski English "You would know in words that which you have known in thoughts." Mrs. Frances Libiszewski M1-5, Dorothea Nardi Mr. John Petrone Mrs. Mary Sypek . 1 r d a lg Mrs. Dorothy Holmes, Librarian . 0 0 9 Mrs. Janice Nowak Mrs. Margo Poulin f --.... Mrs. Mildred Reed Mr. Albert Baggetta Mrs. Miriam Mackler Mrs. Lydia Blakeslee, Reading Mr. James White Mrs. Joanne Brown Mr. Robert Fassnacht, Dept. Head ,, , " F Miss Marion Bliss ' I Miss Judith Bonkowski MT- Edwfffd Merrill 51 Industrial Arts Department "Wherefore I perceive that there is nothing better than that a man should rejoice in his own works. Kahlil Gibran ,W 7, X N Mr. Charles Heyl 'C' P Ii Z Mr. Ralph Merullo Mr. Louis Bale Mf- Henry Baker Mr. William Gardiner 52 Mrs. Phyllis Robbins Commercial Department aEvery0ne who is worth anything carries his higher nature with him into business and there as elsewhere he is iniluenced by his personal affections, by his conceptions of duty, and his reverence for high ideals." ALFRED MARSHALL Mr. Rodolfo Altobelli, Dept. Head Mr. Charles Donovan Mr. Gerald Smith Mr. Chester Nicora Physical Education Department "Even your body knows its heritage and its rightful need and will not be deceived. And your body is the harp of your soul, And it is yours to bring forth sweet music from it or confused sounds." Kahlil Gibran Miss Dorothy Hastings Mr. Harmon Smith, Director Mr. John Janszewski 54 Mrs. Alice Wydra V In Mr. Clifford Kibbe Without Whose Heyy, It Could sN0t Be Done. Mrs. Grey and Mrs. Fountain Mrs' Martha Jerry Mr. Marco Carnissa Mrs, Dorothy Eggleston 55 Mrs. Stella O'Ma11ey Bright Colors - Exciting Sounds Band The electrifying strains of exciting marching rh thms never fail to heighten the enthusiasm of A. H. S. footbail fans. Whether performing in a concert or marching in their brightly-colored uniforms, the A. H. S. band is truly representative of our school spirit. Under the direction of Mr. Darcy Davis, this year's concert band contributed to the success of the 1969 operetta "How to Succeed." The band also presented a concert at the Eastern States Exposition and held exchange concerts with Cathedral and Womoga Re ional High School in Litchfield, Connecticut. Assisting Mr. iavis in the or anization and planning of these activities were oflicers John gcherpa - president, Donna Atwater - vice-president, Norma Massa - secretary, and Alan Edwards - treasurer. Singled out as an outstanding performer was Donald Cabra, who was selected to participate in the Western Mass. District Band Concert. N. A J' 1 . A L L W W MQWEZM U U B sv JJ in M ajoreltes mania. Donna Farina, feature twirler Barbara George, Drum Majorette Dorothy Green Nancy DeCosmos, Debra Dean, Linda Allen, Susan Affieck, Paula Hadden, Susan Afheck, Donna Farina I 'Hr , 1. - 1 S 'nw Color Guard Color Guard marches sprightly toward the stands. To the strains of the band, the group begins its routine. it,i l iieifaztn The girls pause for a moment with "Ronald MacDonald". Preparing for half-time ceremonies Standing at attention, the colors are lowered out of respect for the National Anthem. a.,...t,Q,,::' Gregouli - Outstanding Characteristic of its short 4-year history, Agawam's Cross Country team once more enjoyed a winning season. Although new to A.H.S., Coach David Beaver successfully guided his harriers to a 4-3 record. At the helm of the '68-69 team was Captain Paul Greguoli, who more than fulfilled former Coach Drabek's predictions. Greguolils efforts insured Agawam a first place finish in most of its meets. Other Seniors who contributed greatly to the team's line record were Henry Waniewski, Paul Martin, Charles Parker, Stu Wilson, Tom Gilbert, Al Leporati, and Don Lederer. Anticipating the '69-70 season, Coach Beaver feels optimistic and is counting heavily on fine performances from Mike Simonds and Don Smith, this yearls outstanding underclassmen. W2 'Oban 'allsnm 'g 3 "W .i f . in ..vi' li? A fast start gives the lead to Agawam's runners. xgft K 'iffww a. Charles Parker takes the lead in the open stretch. ' 'sg ji' Y' .Ir ,W e s.-sk . K1 ,,.,,. V if Q, .fwQ5sf.,Ms,g, V - 'a , . , 'Li lT""iT'i a Wav, 42 lgatvaiffyi.-g5g,.m,M3.'g 5 W wi Q g K . ,I M at 1 .. ww pun i sf . H. i ikwrs i .. l, . I LZZVE T M .fifraj .Ref Q It .V was yihwair I Bbw a Q f ,., ww hgh., -A K, if . - ,.., 1. gf M .M View 5,,s:fQ1T.1 ' sg-fe we-ft' C ..,, kt . .41 ..,j'W fr i N ...gueaig A 'al N f i WM or a,..,,f , M'-it ,wma , ' 1 C .sss ,Wi ,. . Q4 Vii...g.1,,.ggA A A 2 , 'S' N ' it.l1H:"3"w . . I I . 0 g A W isa. H- I Paul Martin strains to maintain the pace. Q V.,-f ,V M 4523 ,Q Q - f . r 75 ,23 xl, L.. ,JC Af, if K 'bf . ,CA ew d-ul -' if ...f-rj sq 'on Q -my wi Charlie races through a wooded section of the cross country trail. Henry Waniewski leads into the "lone stretch- Q ,asm f wi ,M .- VW A f ' 'W J jeff .-W-.V we , W, 7 Mei lb 15225 I -2332+ iifqzg ,L of Qi -, f 4 a w 9- 9 Q ,F M1 i i ffm fx' f , A " 4- ww ' WA ,. 1 V . -1' ' fm!- , . , - -- Mg K, , .Ev , ,, :V I ' wW'x'Y.' ' , J' V, rm . 'H' . A 'Ziff ,M .LJ ZW "' K : ,L ,v I3-T . 'ww-,Z ,152 :E L - A A Af' ygyfasgig, A- ,, if , f 1 - ' Q ,,-, ' , ,yfriggffiffffeiwflwzgi J ,J M g, iii? we L 5 fe iilwlfifif? ' f ' A e W-if We M 5, 1 J, flaw' fr lyk., Vgfgijaggy A . xghzi, fr' Henry leads his teammates toward the finish line. 61 sg ge .. , V , ...., .,V., ,,,. , , ..., - , ., ., . . ,.,.. -.... . , , .. .. ., .,.. A , .-,,,-, M. , .M . ,. ,,, . ,..v..N,.X . W. f 3 i i .,.. ' ' It 1--lr 1 Y v t 1 1 , , . ,A ,A Q L , 1, .,.,.,m ,.. . W , Class f19 I Innovation - the spirit which motivates Mr. Pulaski's sophomores. The class of '71 began its yearly activities with a new idea for the collection of dues. As an effective catalyst to promote payment, a homeroom competition was held. Also breaking with the traditional practice, the sophomores sponsored a sock dance held in the gym. Three food sales were held to augment the sophomore treasury. To close out the year's agenda the sophomores ordered their class rings, symbols of their coming upperclassmen status. Stephen Adams Edwin Adamski Theresa Alfano K Brenda Algar i ff ' e Cora Altamura Nancy Andrews 1 John Andros 'J Bruce Arsenault 5 Denise Ashton Stephen Atwater Pamela A ers Anthony garbato Louis Barry Donna Banxffaldi Candice Bassani Carleton Beane Karen Beauchane Ronald Benoit Paul Berard Marie Beshaw Jane Bit ood James B?anch Beth Blews David Boissoneault Matthew Bonk ' David Borgatti Richard Brignoli Susan Brown Patricia Brunelle - Valerie Bryan J James Brin IMA Q.. Elaine Bshara Marlo Buiso Dwight Cabra Brian Cahill Linda Campbell Santo Cannarella hymn Caramazza ancy Carpenter Laura Carr Thomas Case Vicki Catchcgnaugh Ann Marie harest Benamin Cheslawski Anclrea Ciak Carol Cimma Stephen Cimma Angela Cincotta Paul Cirillo Gary Clark Nancy Cobleigh John Co swel Steven Cillins Louis Conte Bertha Cook Kathleen Crane Janice Crawford Karen Crosby Randall Cushing Rosemary Dagesse Diane Dalla Pegorara Edward Dalla Pegorara Patricia Dalton Craig Damon wr -' ' W?5?Vlk5T 1w ' ':, " 4 M, W V i , a- r . H E! h s z at iq, 9361 .21 y y W P J" r iet f"" K ix I W 3 'C x 4' , . f , . ,EW ,. , , W.. 1-r ,xt ' - we W Q' if Ax , ra,,,,.,, ,k.,, ., f V awe- . rm .,, if at ,mt A 't- ' V W K yyyyy A yYyyy y y gb Q 1- ww Keg" 'iiffcw tffiy -. .s..,., ' t ' 5 we --f Q , -f Q --... S 1 ,J . J X e . ,-. fe - My 1 ,Q ,V ., 3' 'vs Bi 7,1 ji C r 'W . ' .K , .X 3' - 1 .-1: 65 , vw- Q M3 ,Q af 5 f Thomas Davies Thomas Davilli Joseph Davis Barbara DeBiasio Joseph Della Guistina Debra Dennis Gary Desimone Mary DiClementi Kathy Dineen Mark Dintzner Susan Dion Joseph DiVirgillo William Donovan Annette Doyle Michael Drewnowski Mark Duclos Joseph Dynia George Easter Susan Edwards Harold Ellis ' Richard Everest Linda Farnsworth Richard Fay Michael Fenton Jean Fergie Cynthia- ern Celeste Ferrara , William Fleming James Fl nn Michael Foley Linda Fontaine " Diane Francis Linda Freeman Betty Frenette Wayne Gates Thomas Gentile Clifford Gibson Carol Gillan Frederick Giordano Sally Gokey Laurence Greer Rhonda Grant Cynthia Grasso Dianne Griffen John Guevin Ruby Guidetti Ann Guiel Cheryl Hale William Hamel Allan Hart Gloria Hastings Linda Hi gins James Hill Theresa Hill Linda Heckman Marie Henson Kerstin Holve Dennis Hopkins She Horacek Paulrliloulihan Donna Hout David Huba Cyril Hutchins Gerald James Ronald Jean Beverly Jenks Patricia Jensen David Jeserski Steven Kamyk Elizabeth Kana Kevin Keelely Cynthia Kel y Janet Maynard Linda Maynard Diane Knowlton Marilyn McCobb Patricia McCormick Paula McLeod Mary McMu1lin Claire Melanson George Mickey Walter Milewski Antoinette Moccia John Molta Steven Monkiewicz Dominic Montessi Alphonse Morassi Donna Morrassi Gilbert Norris Paul Murphy Gary Nardi David Neill Jane Nicholson Andrew Nieroda Paula Nieroda Brian Novak Janet Nuzzolilli M ann O'Brien Miacrliael O'Brien David O'Malley Patricia O'Rourke Paul Osyapuk George abppas Maureen arrow Laura Paton J udity Pescetta Calvin Phillips David Pickre l Evelyn Pisegna Rosalie Placanico Theresa Placanico Deborah Ploof Eleanor Popko Jeffrey Presz Michael Presz Diane Provo J uliann Provost Pearl Puskey Marilyn Racine Charlene Rawson Dana Raymond Robin Rennell David Richter Sandra Richter David Romanko Allen Rosner Carol Rossi April Royer Joseph Russo Laurie Ryer Denise Sadak Gary Safford Scott Santinello Donald Sausville Thomas Schlagel William Scott Robert Scoville Anne Seidell Laura Serra Robert Serra Albert Settembro Monica Shepherd Mary Silvestrini Ronald Sipitkowski - , wi-M, La, r X 1: f- .Pt sw sf ffwzisfzi J 'Ls 's S1 ii' if if ff W-1151111 if "i'fd'ff im' sl K f. 1: ri 22:21 Y."-M' fy 1' 154 is K 1 ft , X 5, .ar N5 if If 54 3? if X! ff xx., S A - , .. L ,.., 2' I 'Y lafjn- 'E ' 2 ,, J L ,.V,,f 3733: ' 5... ,X J we er If Qmiref " - . A K f , , W -Hx? .l""' if ' as f 5 ,, ,gm ig gt A 1 if f ls W 5 W N4 Diane Shea Sue Sirotka Joyce Smethurst Deborah Smith Nancy Snow Louise Spear Kathryn Stebbins Lynne Stedman Carolyn Stefanik Michael Stefanik Joanne Stellato Rocco Stellato Irene Stelmach Jay Sterling Paul Suffriti Sharon Suffriti ff Daniel Sullivan 55 fl' if ?Kevin ,Sullivan IVHD XX, Kathleen Qs: sweeffey Kathleen R. Sweeney! Phyllis Swift Linda Syriac Donald Taddia David Tangredi Samuel Tarnauskas Dennis Tatro Glenn Tatro James Taylor Paula Tinnemeyer Jeffrey Tisdel Diane Torre aa. pr" H K in-15 if W fa, Ste hen Zambelli Degorah Young Sandra Yelinek Thomas Wyatt Donald Wright Mary Wood Robert Wodell Gary Wing Kenneth Wilson Deborah Wilson Michael Williams Debra Willett Jeansie Wiley Siynthia Wiggins arilyn White John West Michael Welch Raymond Weber Patricia Watson Moira Walsh Sussan Wallace Deborah Wallace Brenda Walker Ann Marie Valenti Sabina Ugolick C lyde Turcotte Jo n Fiorani Bill Rivers Ann Pelrine John Pelley Marcel Ouimet J ean Messier Mary Ann Klimaj Elizabeth King Mary Gloster Paula Gibeault Robert Gaj George Galiarducci Susan Fusick Shauna Bamard Creative Artistry With a penchant for capturing moments and giving them per- manence on film, the Camera Club members range from the slightly experienced to the quite skilled. This year the club, along with its advisor Mr. David Pulaski, stressed the more creative aspects of photography. These students of photography learn about the art, and are introduced at the same time to its many channels of self-expression. The photographer learns best by ex- perience which is acquired during the club's annual field trip. Taken in the spring, the trip offered students the opportunity to practice outdoor photography by .capturing scenic shots and ex- perimenting with color and light. National competitions add ex- citement and challenge to the studies of the Camera Club mem- bers. 70 FTA. Gains Insight Ana' Experience For the many students interested in a career in education, the Future Teachers of America offers an opportunity to become better acquainted with the teaching profession. Following the suggestion of club advisor Mrs. Nowak, various members of the F.T.A. prepared mock lessons which they "taught" to the other members, who acted the parts of elementary school students. The club members also observed a classroom situation from the teacher's point of view when they visited the elementary and junior high schools this winter. To gain further insight, the F.T.A. invited the administration and faculty to an informal coffee hour and discussion period. To round out the year's activities the club made a trip to the experimental elementary school at the University of Massachusetts where members observed an innovative curriculum. ,,... ,IM 5' is ' F fig J - l A Season T0 Build In its second year, the Agawam High School Ski Team under the direction of Mr. Joseph Zabielski experienced a building season. Losses early in the season resulted from bindings releasing, gates appearing, and ice forming in the strangest places. Seniors on the team included co-captains John Scherpa and Steve Meister and first year-man Bob Waniewski. Racers who returned from the previous season numbered Wayne La Riviere, Gary Toczko, Jim and Paul Houlihan. Bob Meister, Greg Toczko, and Dan Cavalco proved to be valuable new members to the squad. The team raced in the Valley against such schools as Holyoke, Westfield and Amherst. After four losses, the Agawam boys came through with their first victory over Holyoke Catholic early in February. Although ski racing as a varsity sport is young, success seems assured in the future as the team gains strength and experience. ii if I it l if, 5 41" ,L-I xl ,.....--' 73 N ' my , '??Ffi'm. 'Wa 4 ffgffff W if 3 fi? g. 1, 'si 5 w, .4 .xg 1 www' QA S 4 I A ' ,ff f ,f,1f--ww, . swf .I 5 X u Q, SN -- 1,3 mfm , N tw W Q Q Eg' Q gif 153 ws!,,J'+ f' - F N.. 'gf g f fi, 5 Mgr sq .Jef is -.M NL Q ..,, L Aw, , - ,F - Q ,I V, ,17, 4 ' 3' ,V www .3 V Q g H ' QL In fe Y , was k L Al Q' an - N 15 we- -fx Y X wif'- :J Si -W.Am.Y.f .J fn, if , , : If 5 .,, - ff, 2 'KN f :sa Q E ' ,ilimh-! -I, 93 :35-I , A , 'f is-'f ,, 1-YET"-ir' "P -'f .. 'wasp' Q Y L ,, ky 'S 'Q Cultural Awareness Interest in the theater as well as contemporary literature motivates the members of the Literary Club. This year the club attended productions of The Sea Gull and The Millionaires. They also took part in a joint meeting with the faculty Reading Club to discuss Death at An Early A ge. Under Mrs. Mackler's guidance, the Literary Club has gained a deeper appreciation of contemporary culture. work. S ervice First A desire to serve as well as to learn attracts students interested in a nursing career to the Future Nurses Club. As a Thanksgiving project, the club members donated tivors to many children who spent the holiday as hospital patients. Under the supervision of the club's advisor, Mrs. Catherine Hallaman, the members attended a conference in November at the Hartford Hospital wheresspeakers, a movie, and a tour of the school familiarized the members with the many aspects of nursing. The many activities provided for the future nurses will certainly provide them with a valuable background. 76 Members look on as Nancy Osolinski examines a new literarv Mirror - an appropriate title for Agawam's newspaper, as it is a visual and literary image of the school. This year the Mirror staffs organization, under Miss Bonkowski, was somewhat different. It provided for two associate editors, Cindy Johnson and Joanne Coupas, to work under editor-in-chief Cindy Milici. In this way a more efficient publication was achieved. The work of the Mirror staff involves many things: securing ads, conducting interviews, and tracking down news stories, among many others. An added feature in this year,s paper was a student review of plays presented at "Stage West." Part ofthe work was accomplished during the regular journalism classes. However, much more work had to be done ,after school and involved a great deal of dedication on the part of the staff members. Fund-raising activities included cupcake sales, a stationery sale, and a movie which was shown for the children in the town. The money from these activities was used toward financing the publication, the voice of the school. K id Party 5.19 'fin far WQQ S aim' - 1 .. . ff, N: ,pf A uf , ,W 1, .W 4. Politics Ana' Art? Richard Nixon, Barry Goldwater, Eugene McCarthy, Ted Kennedy, and numerous other political figures all contributed to the success of the 1969 Art Club. Because of their co-operation, the club was able to sponsor an auction of political memorabilia at the height ofthe presidential campaign. Money received from this unique fund-raising scheme helped to underwrite the expense of a New York trip to visit various cultural centers. Members of the Art Club, under the supervision of Miss Geraldine Schilling, are given the opportunity to observe and practice many art techniques in a variety of media. Not only is self-expression encouraged, but Miss Schi1ling,s artists also oller their services in the preparation of backdrops and scenery for the school's productions. Indicative ofthe contemporary nature of the group was the psychedelic backdrop created for the '6Faculty Frolics". Assisting in the direction of the Art Club this year were Susan Parchick, pres., Bill Barker, vice pres., Alexander Loss, treas., and Sherry Sausville, sect. Aseutney Weekend Highlight SKI CLUB The thrill and adventure of skiing make membership in the Ski Club an exciting experience. Besides several trips to Mt. Tom, the club highlighted its activities with a weekend stay at the Sugarbrook Lodge at Mt. Ascutney. The 60 Ski Club members find that not only does the club provide them with an opportunity to improve their skill but also to meet with others who share their interest. Under the direction of club advisor Mr. Whalley and oflicers John Clifford, Jim Valenti, Sandi Magnani, and Sue Piccin, the members of the Ski Club have had a busy and enjoyable year. 'N X 0 W N he ,Jin-in 81 Strength In Unity The Basketball team's performance was the highpoint in this earis winter sports program as the Brownies posted an outstanding I4-4 recordy in regular season action. We were proud not only of the success that this team achieved, but of the total dedication that they displayed in each and every game. Together they formed a cohesive unit that few teams ever achieve. Indeed, they were a team in every sense of the word. This they owe to their coach, Mr. CliiT Kibbe. Seniors were ever present to add guidance and stability to the squad. Bob Quinn, Nick Madamis, and Al Wright al performed well in every situation. A sense of leadership is needed by any team, and the Brownies looked to senior co-cacptains Dan Ferris and Bill C ampit for that quality. Ferris and Clampit combine high scoring and dedication to give their team the inspiration needed for victory. Many outstanding underclassmen aided the cause. Co-captain Roy Wright, despite an inijury, returned to the line-up and performed extremely well. Lenny Caron prove to be a top rebounder and Barry Cleary continuously displayed the gfeat ball handling and scorintg ability that he possesses. Pete Ronchi and Chip istner consistently turned in ne performances. A nucleus for fine teams of the future is assured by the presence of Bob Morin, Don Taddia, Ben Cheslawski, and John Cheslawski. Rebounding and defense were strong points, along with the total dedication that they displayed. A lack of continuous scoring and depth were areas that needed improvement. But perhaps that sense of dedication outweighed any weakness. The team played together to lead Agawam into a tournament erth for the third time in four years. Perhaps Mr. Kibbe put it best when he said, "To be successful, you must hang together like a bunch of grapes, or you hang as individualsf' Barry Cleary, Chip Kistner, Bill Clampit, Dan Ferris, Len Caron, Nick Madamas, Pete Ronchi 82 Dan Ferris, Bob Quinn, Bill Clampit. Nick Madamas, Al Wright Dan Ferris 83 Nick Madamas Bill Clampit 1 'Rigs v ga if ga gs N ' 1 gf ik' ,sow f""'--W:-.sr qw -I' ,,,f-1... gk. , iff? ,zfl .,,: M N, I5 i E 4 1 .- ,si Z'-1-. , AVW - E lvl? , , kk rk .. ,. ' L "LL L I' 1 1- ? ,M Moose the Mauler puts opponent in traditional under-arm knee ' hold. Kistner grapples with Raider adversary for possession of the ball. Peek-a-boo Look, up in the sky . . . Ferris. up and set for the shot. 85 On The International Scene In order to familiarize the club members with the government, customs, and education of people around the world, the International Relations Club presents speakers of all nationalities. In todayls world where everyone is striving for international understanding and brotherhood, high school students are becomin more aware, and the IRC is the channel by whic they can learn of the ideas ang beliefs of people of all nations. The highliiht of the year was a speaker from Israel, who discussed the Middle East crisis. eading the clubls events throughout the lyear were Mr. Dudek, advisor, and officers .Io-Ann Della-Giustina, president, Kat Sy Keefe and Ann Burgamaster, vice-presidents, Diane Knowlton, secretary, and cott Skolnick, treasurer. 86 A cademic A chievement Honored NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY To be a member of the Eleanor H. Smith Chapter of the National Honor Society is a credit to any student and is certainly an honor well deserved. In order to be eligible, a junior or senior must have an accumulative avera e of 85 percent in all major subjects and Ee a responsible school citizen. Led by, Richard Cimma, president, Robert aniewski, vice-president, Kristine Raschi, secretary, and Alan Edwards, treasurer, the society strived to motivate student interest in scholarshi , to cultivate leadership, and to instill responsibility. The formal recognition of members took place at an assembly when students received their Bins followed by a tea in the libraby. With the elp of advisor, Mr. Walter illard, this organization was one ofthe most outstanding in the school. Slow Start Makes The Dyference A successful beginning for any sports team unquestionably creates a positive psychological outlook. Unfortunately, the 1968-69 hockey team began its season with losses to a powerful Longmeadow team and division leader East Longmeadow. Guided by Coach Ralph Merullo, the spirited Brownies displayed line team efforts, but in both games could not overcome a 2 goal deficit. As the season progressed, the team made a brief comeback with decisive victories over Holyoke and Palmer. This success was carried through to the end as the Brownies achieved an overall 8-6 record. Standouts during the year were Tom Branchini, one of the division's leading scorers, goalie Mike Drewnowski, center Tony Barbato, defensemen Jeff Prystupa and Mike Losito as well as Ernie Malone and Mike O'Brien. Also makin important contributions were Ken Stawasz, Hank Drewnowski, Glenn Gould? Steve Kamyk, Mark Sullivan, Don Wheeler, and Bill Sapelli. Because ofthe experience gained by this young team, Coach Merullo predicts success for future squads. J ,ij A Ap! x K 5 X , t, x W. - First Row: Coach Kunasick, Bill Hamel, Bob Frank, Tom Branchini, Bill Morrisey, Bill Sapelli, Mark Sullivan, Don Wheeler, Tony Barbato, Mike Drewnowski Second Row.' Mike O'Brien, Mike Losito, Glenn Gould, Jeff Prystupa, Hank Drewnowski, Steve Kamyk, Ken Stawasz, Gils St. Pierre, Ernie Malone, Coach Merullo 3 1 Mike DiDonato tr me X 511 .W-W... ,N f www Mk Mx ,X ew 'N 1 Sis' Drewnowski vies with 'opponent tbr the puck, Goalies out ofthe crease are open season as Branchini skates in. A long reach is sometimes better than fast skates. Coach Merullo offers the team a few gentle words of wisdom. Which way did he go? 5 fi 5 E 5 ,e Barbato does some fancy stick handling with ref breathing down his back. Bob Hull winds up for his bullet slapshot. A fine defensive play is in store to outwit this foe Follow the bouncing puck. 91 Class Competitions Mark Winter Carnival Weekend ef? f - .- 1 is - ' vf K .4 1 , .. Vi fx" K? 5165 1-2-1-an-.154-v-,-f-Y Blackburn steps on a few toes in accepting the first prize plaque of the Winter Carnival Snow Sculpture for the Senior Class. The Junior Class entry prepares to lift off in search of the Red Baron. Sophomores turn to humor as their pet receives his winter coat of dye. 7 f fi 41Nl'L9"i ix QJW rm7TBAz Sue Egbert. our choice for All-Western Mass., flips in her The fashion conscious 'tcheerleadersn send spirits soaring with a perfect piggynback Shot. rendition of "rocka-rocket" 'YY' In the crucial final minutes ofthe big tilt Sandy Brown gets way up with Gordy's help to put one 93 Class fI970 JUNIOR CLASS Able - the successful ventures of the class of 1970 have merited them this distinction. Indicative of this quality was their initiation of the policy of ordering class rings in the spring of the sophomore year. Sporting the symbols of their upperclass status, the juniors began a successful year by winning the decorations competition at the West Side rally. The introduction of a program to sponsor a concession at home basketball games proved to be a profitable venture. The majority of their time and energy was spent in planning the Junior-Senior Prom "Camelot,'. Chairman Bob Eldridge along with Betty Kozikowski and Brenda Boldebrook organized the evening's events. Miss Strobelberger's supervision of class officers Scott Macey, Bruce Cohen, Delora Argiro, and Jean Cressotti has paved the way for a smooth transition from juniors to seniors. - r Jean Cressotti, Debora Argiro, Bruce Cohen, Scott Macey FE' i!""lhf mpg' T? 41,11 jiisy g f j 4 t:'i iykiifl x : a- 2 X.. f A I j C A "' A-'fi' C ' if 1 V7 . J i,,g J 5 J I All ' I t t at David Adams Gary Adams Glenn Adams Catherine Ainsworth Linda Allen Judith Andrews John Angelopoulos Delora Argiro Susan Atwater Roger Ayotte Gloria Babeski Kathleen Bailey Penelo e Balsewicz Dana Benson Joanne Berkowicz Anne Beshaw Leslie Bessette Dale Bewes Alan Boissonneault Robert Walker Brenda Boldebrook Denise Bolduc Nancy Bolduc Denise Booth Douglas Borgatti Eileen Borgo Richard Bosini John Boucher Francis Bouley Darlene Bragg Richard Brandoli Teresa Breault i1ll"""' George Howe Jean Brindle Robert Brown Susan Brown Ann Burgamaster Gerald Burke Donald Cabra Kathleen Campbell Barbara Caramazza Michael Carlisto Mary-Beth Carney John Caron Leonard Caron Charles Cartello Cynthia Caruso David Casal Michael Casiello Michael Cassidy Linda Castellanos Denise Cawley Donna Cesan Cynthia Chevalier Joyce Chicklas Ann Marie Christopher Albert Cincotta Steven Cirillo Dennis Clark Barry Cleary Holly Cloran Timoth Coffey Bruce ohen Joseph Collins Patsy Corbin Carolyn Craig Elizabeth Crouss Michael Dean Michael Demko Nicholas Demko Pierre Desaulniers Marlene DiDonato st ' - -tg, tt , W: we ' as ' Q RPS if af 2 gm v V 5 Witt. 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N fl :fee f eq, 97 Gail Donais Marguerite Donovan Charles Dore Sharon Doyle Steven Drake Thomas Drummond Ga Dubour Micrhiael Duffy Douglas Duga Robert Dumas William Edwards Carin Ekstedt Robert Eldridge Edward Ennis Deborah Fadgen Donna Farina Emest Farmer Ste hen Femmel Phila Ferrari Kathleen Foley Robert Frasco Linda Fuller Linda Geckler Shirley Geckler Carol Geddis Karl Gei er Mark Gigbs Stephen Godet Laura Gomes Paul Gormle Glenn Gould, Elizabeth Grasso Deborah Greco Doroth Greene Gary Greer Claire Gre ory Elizabeth Grimaldi John Gru pioni Thomas Gjuevin Paula Hadden Darcy Hamar Cindy Harris Jacqueline Harris Sarah Hastings Linda Haynes Diane Hebert Linda Hersey Daniel Hoa ley Bruce Holden Sandra Hottin James Houlihan giynthia J anik ark Jerry Judith Kana Anthony Karakla Madeline Karalda Debra Keefe Kathleen Keefe Bernard Keeley Stefmhen Kida He en King Rita Kirk Charles Kistner Susan Knowlton Gene Kosinski John Kozak Bette Kozikowski Karen Kozlowski Ro er Ku c Dagid Ladlfaix Nancy Lacroix Nancy LeFleur Priscilla Lajoie Jill Lan evm Wayne iaRiviere Dorine Lasky John LaValley Madeline Lavalley Nicky Lawrenchuk Raymond Lefebvre Robert Leopardi Susan Litchfield Robert Loomis Craig Lynds James Mabrey Scott Mace Nicholas ivffidamas Mark Madenski Sandra Magnani Ernest Malone Bruce Mancini Todd Manville Concetta Mastroianni Nancy Matt Christina Maule Karen McCorkle Cherrie McCullough Karen McLellan Christine Merchant Enrico Meucci Michael Montessi Ronald Morales Donna Moraski Michael Moriarty Leslee Muldrew Steghen Nooney Est er Nunn Carl Nunziato Paul O'Brian Susan O'Donnell Mark Oliver Andrew Oumet Alfred Pa'er Peter Paulson David Perusse Susan Piccin James Pickrell Gail Polacco Richard Ponusky Shirley Porter John Potter Stephen Presz Donald Progulske Jeffre stu a Debra? Ryabchelle Linda Racicot Peter Ramah Richard Ramponi Ronald Richard Denise Rivers Kenneth Rock Rhonda Rogal Peter Ronchi Carol Rothus Dorothy St. Peter Vanessa Sandgren Eugene Sapelli Kieth Saunders Susan Scibelli Thomas Sharpe Randall Shaw Charles Shearer David Sherman Richard Skowera Y ,,, , .wil 'cw 4-QQ. X Q,-ww T wsggf ,K :VV A ? X LQ.. ' ,fl A.:k - 'fl fx 75 X ,, A i f f' M f S 4 'lv' . Jw' I -2 1 , f - 1 ' E ' ' 38 w ff Q 'S pf' ,fr , fi H ' N :li ff I A' , if N , ,,. . , W1 J' K 'V sag ,N f Wzgg' 333219 L -- "How T 0 Succeedv Following an extremely successful production of "South Pacihcv, the 1969 Drama Club produced another broadway hit, "How to Succeed". The demanding lead roles were played by club president Denise Hawkins and vice president Bill Barker. Both are accomplished actors as they have appeared in the previous operettas. To help eliminate stage fright and develop stage presence, each member this year presented a skit which was analyzed by the remainder of the club. This innovation proved quite beneficial, particularly for those who have had little stage experience. Acting was not the only emphasis ofthe group as the members also were instructed in the technical and directing aspects of play production. yy-. .Q sbffssgaqtl JB The Best Yet Victory was almost a habit for the 1968 track team as they romped to a phenomenal 12-0 Valley Wheel record copping that leaguels coveted championship. Mr. Edward Stentaford coached possibly the strongest team in Agawam history. With great CHI usiasm, he predicts that the 196 squad will e even stronger. If this year's squad is to successfully defend its title, strong Berformances must be turned in by captains Brian Blackburn, ave Gates, Paul Greguoli, Steve. Grimaldi, and Bob Waniewski. Experience is on the side of the team as many seniors will be returning. Andy Arnold will lead the hurdlers, while Paul Martin, Charlie Parker, and Stuart Wilson run in the distance events. Gordon MacPherson, John Gormley, and Jim Valenti are slated to compete in the discus while' Mark Andrews will run the 440. Steve Pond will be back at the shotput and Billy Edwards will lead the sprinters. Outstanding performances are expected from underclassmen Mike immonds, Rick Brandoli, Chip Shearer, and Don Smith. It is obvious that this team has the talent to produce, but it also possesses one other important ingredient: the will to win. Brian Blackbum Andy Arnold Steve Grimaldi ,485 Row 1: Mark Gazillo, Ken Whitman, Gary Melloni, Chip Shearer. Mike Simmonds. Dewayne Raynor, Don ' Smith. Lawrence Fay, Brian Blackburn, Bill Edwards, Dave LeGrand, Mark Andrews, Mark Lomonaco Row 2: Mr. Stentaford, Jack Martin, Rich Brandoli, Nick Longhi, Dave Tangredi, Dan Sullivan, Andy Amold, Gerry Burke, Bob Waniewski, Dana Raymond. Dave Gates, Tom Davilli Row 3: Lonny Jerry, Pete Crolle, Kurt Raschi, Charlie Parker, Paul Greguoli. Steve Pond, Gary Roberts, Paul Martin, Henry Waniewski, Stuart Wilson, Alan Edwards, Wally Pieciak Row 4: Ron Bouley, Bob Drewnowski, Carl Schmaelzle. David Boissenault, John Gormley Steve Grimaldi. Jim Valenti. Gordon MacPherson Mark Andrews Henry Waniewski Paul Martin Paul Greguoli Charles Parker John Gormley 102 Steve Pond James Valenti Gordon MacPherson Stuart Wilson Robert Waniew ski Books, Books, Books The library staff is an efficient group of students dedicated to makin the facilities of the library available to ioth students and teachers. Staif members gain experience in dealing with lpeople and the workings of a library. Boo fairs, held in the fal and spring, give the students an opportunity to increase their private li raries and the profits from the sales enable the staff to purchase more paperback books for the school. Under the supervision of Mrs. Dorothy Holmes, the library staff held a Valentine's Day Open House for teachers and the adminis- trations of various schools. I .M ....."'L' '19, Practical Experience The objective of the Business Club is to give students in the commercial area the opportunity for practical application of business principles. Their goal is achieved as members participate in the Student Store, direct the school banking, and plan field trips to various business con- cerns. Supervised by Mr. Gerald Smith, the success of this or- ganization is evidenced by the active involvement of its mem- bers. Indispensible to the success of the annual operetta is the direction given to the lighting crew by members of the AVA Club. The members also provide audio-visual aid to various classes, take care of all equipment, and run movies for the benefit of students. Under the direction of Mr. Roland Pressey and Mr. John Burns, the service offered by this organization has proven invaluable to the teacher in the classroom as well as to the entire school. "Lights, Camera, Action The Flavor O Foreign Cultures Spanish and French Clubs A common interest in foreign languages unites the members of the Spanish and French Clubs to augment their understanding. Speakers who have visited Spanish and French-speaking nations provided the members with additional background concerning the culture of these countries. Under the direction of the clubls advisor, Miss Ida Moggio, the members of the Spanish Club became more familiar with the dances and music of Spain. The highlights of the club's activities was the Christmas Fiesta, which featured authentic Spanish food and the breaking of a pinata made by members of the club. Mrs. Strasberg's French Club made the giving of Christmas gifts to the patients of Monson State Hospital the focal-point of their pre-Christmas meetings. A spring banquet of French food closed out the agenda of the French Club. 106 Y The Girls' Gym Club supplements the regular gym classes through its after school meetings. On those occasions, interested girls are given the opportunity to develop their skills on the various types of apparatus. Not only does the club improve their coordination but it also gives the girls a sense of responsibility and poise. The major activity undertaken by this organiza- tion is their participation in the annual gymnastics show. Their training is directed by Mrs. Alice Wydra and Miss Dorothy Hastings. Blackburn Leads A Concerned Council The objectives of the Student Council are to promote the best interests of the school, to establish new and maintain old traditions, and to secure better communication between the student body and the faculty. This year the Student Council, under the leadership of Mr. Gerald Griffen and Brian Blackburn, has played an important role in the functioning of the school. By attending School Committee meetings and sponsoring a Student-Faculty Committee, the Council has attempted to deal with some of the problems of the school. Not only was the Council active in academics, but it also undertook social functions. Monthly dances were held and a winter camival program was initiated. The Councills interests extend beyond A.H.S. as members participated in regional and state conventions. Agawam's influence on the state level was emphasized this year by the selection of George Bickford as president of MASC. if avg , 142-' , an , .53 Q 'F X., 'l Ah Q 'Q .A 6,1- Wx . si? 1 4 . 'S an 5' 1 'i' 7 1 J' 7 , :Q-ffl S 1 ..f. 1: 335 Y E V . . Sz, M jg 25221. " ' If wi N If ra, 1 mf, as Mm: S 59 K F 2' 5 as K , Y 5: 'gl ' , I 51,- ,y, Q , , '-nf' 7 1 1, ' X ,if 2 1 a X E21? f wg 3'9" 85,5 it 'V-g.i?lf5?A Tfjanf f f g?3'.3' xl aging 1 xx , 1 ix Z -fri". 1' K we t it Melboume checks in for the signal as he winds up for the pitch The catcher holds an empty mitt as Delucci connects. Longmeadow batter stiffens as the pitch heads for the inside comer. Shea at tirst is ready for anything. Bickford sizes up the batter. lsr Row: Andy Ouimet. Jay Shea. Rick Sagan. Al Smith. George Bickford. 3rd Row: Joe Corrigan, Mike MakiCh. Gary Melbourne. Coach Robert Fzissnacht. 2nd Row: Paul Cimma. Jim Collins. manager. Brian Rosso. Bob Frank. Gerald Alfano. George Skowera. -aussi B.. Li- . Ana , Bob Frank in the Batter's box gives the pitcher his fiercest A big score for Rosso look. nm. Corrigan stretches for a stand-up triple. A back5t0p'5 view of the game S peed Plus A ceuracy Equals Success For those students who are mathematically inclined the Math League provides an excellent oppor- tunity to exercise skills in challenging competitionf Twenty high schools vie for the individual school trophy in a stimulating contest of problem solving. The team,s members are directed by chairman Fred Kulas and advisor Mr. John Burns in their efforts to gain the championship with its reward of a S50 savings bond. As an adjunct to their study of computer analysis, the league had the opportunity to visit the Hartford Bank and Trust Co. and view their facilities "C heck M ate " Silence, yet a flurry of activity, characterizes the atmosphere of the Chess Club meetings. Once a week the twenty members of Mr. Stentaford,s Chess Club meet for tournaments which challenge their ability as well as perfect their game. Not only does the club sponsor student tournaments, but it also sponsors tournaments between students and faculty members. Although inter-school matches were not held this year, the club plans to compete against rival school clubs next year. 112 Susan Brown Selected For All Eastern Chorus Susan Brown's selection to participate in the All-Eastern Chorus as well as District Chorus highlighted the busy schedule ofthe 1969 Chorale. Other Chorale members distinguished by their selection to District Chorus were Len Caron, Neil Titcomb, Karen Kozlowski, Ann Burgamaster, David Neill, and Laura Wylie. Besides participating in the Spring and Western Massachusetts Music Festivals, the Chorale was an integral part ofthe operettag its members formed the stage chorus. With the assistance of Chorale ofiicers Susan Brown, Carol Heyl, Kathy Ryer, and Dennis Biagetti, Mrs. Wuesthotf arranged for the Burlington, Vermont, Chorale to hold an exchange concert in Agawam. The exchange proved to be a pleasurable way to end a very active year. 113 C hampionshzp Within Reach Off to a good start, the 1968 Golf Team had the Valley League Championship within its graspg however, a depressing late-season slump cost the fairway flashers their goal. Despite the disappointment, the team proudly boasted an overall record of 14 wins and 4 losses. Coaches Harmon Smith and Roger LeC1erc are hoping that the experience factor of the I969 team will prove to be the necessary ingredient to produce a cham- pionship team this year. Expectations are high as five of the key varsity positions will be held by returning seniors Ken Stawasz, To'm Branchini, Ray Rossi, Mike Di Donato, and Jim Brown. Vying for the sixth spot will be seniors Alan Wright and Mike Fazio as well as juniors Mike Sticca and Bob Brown. The combination of talent and determination characteristic of this squad should insure another successful season. Ken Stawasz, Jim Brown, Ray Rossi, Mike Di Donato Tom Branchini Victory Hinges Upon Youth A MTN MM Q Ez., , , 1 1968 vvas a year of frustration for the tennis team as they compiled an ll-9 record under Coach Rudy Altobelli. The frustration lay not in the record itself but in the number of close defeats suffered by the team. Mr. Altobelli predicts that 1969 will bring improvement in many areas. Leading the squad this year will be Captain Steve Meister, one of the two seniors returning from last season, Louis Bonavita joins Meister in that capacity. Many fine underclassmen give the team good returning strength. Jim Houlihan, a junior, could prove to be the most promising player on the squad. Mike Stefanik, Paul Houlihan, Tom Wyatt, and Joe Russo all have earned their letters and should form a strong nucleus for this and future seasons. Should the youth come through, the 1969 season should be a great one. S ell-out Crowds View 'CS0uth Pacjic " 14 'lN'Ax' ,gf ig? F' 'S' mi- ,N A U 'oil' , 9.au.Wi.. -un.. ','-' Y 71 'V' .!' 3 V K W7 MY' '. g'f"'wfM - . l , .0 R S g H Q, F K 1 v 2 Q 1 ' z- J 555 """' , I W J Q u L r . . '. 3 . W R to .22 :: .E , . ,. . n 'gf . I .o ' 4 ' , A. 4 I f' -. ' av 'T Q-' A j TV uf .. . .,-1' -, t . 6 f , . , ik g, x - , L ,.Qx'5' 5 N, f Q N2 ii . ,S X " fy 6 . X ff Q X 9 wx . KS' ,, ts" I' "3 L U .j 4 . t , , r J, 5,1 N9 kt , W-hp ,Qs .a 1 ! 1 'C- FUJ as .YA Y? , ii? , 4... x wh' " , ' ! if -J 4 I p V . f. '1 fi 'ff if -fx vw, ,X .. Mg 5 k , "- "'.Gg'v . ' -'fi' by 1 4' I, fy fx in .1 y 'TNQ '- 'ir "F, nf fx OA- 4' N - -v s7,z-3 , fb , ,ffl fl O Q n ' 3 :xt J .,pv,1- r J Dedication, Versatility is probably the best adjective to describe Agawam's Athletic Director Mr. Harmon A. Smith. Known throughout the Northeast as a true Sportsman, Mr. Smith has coached in a variety of areas. His tenure at Agawam has witnessed many championship from football and basketball to golf and teams tennis. Undoubtedly one of the highlights of his was the successful 1951 football team career which played in the Peanut Bowl in Columbus, Georgia. His talents, however, are not limited to the playing field. Mr. Smith has shown himself to be an accomplished pianist as well as a man with a quick wit. Serving as master of ceremonies for numerous social functions, he has delighted audiences with his subtle but penetrating remarks. In the role of Athletic Director, Mr. Smith's administrative acumen has been quite evident. Not only has he initiated new programs, but he has also maintained a strong and successful athletic department. Because of his devotion and singular contribution to the welfare of Agawam High School, the Class of l969 dedicates the Sachem in his honor. S ervice, Versatility 118 SUZANNE AINEY Friendly . . . sweet BRENDA ALDRICH Unassuming . . . generous. . ,persevering amiable . . . New Hampshire empathetic Seniors As graduation nears, the dual nature o the senior becomes obvious: he is a man of the past and of the future. He clings longinghf to the memories of his four years and yet anxioushf, almost impatienthf, reaches out for what lies ahead He is at once at two places in time: the end and the beginning. ROBERT ALLARD Hysterical laugh . . . personable . . . gregarious . . . humorist DONNA ALLEN Pretty features . . . ALAN ALOISI Unpredietable .. . bubbling personality . . . winning smile carefree . . . conipanionable . . . alTable . . . sparkling eyes ANTONIA ALTAMURA Vibrant eflervescent. . . petite . . . witty PAULA ALVARO Talkative . . . impetuous . . . independent , , . "no brakes - no gas" MARIANNE ALVES Realistic idealist . . . considerate. . . introspective MARK ANDREWS Comfortable . . RICK ARAMBURU Openminded . A , activist . . . genuine . . . sensitive fun-loving . . . gymnast . . . capricious JULIE ALVIGINI A pretty girl subtle wit . , . candid . . . poised sincere CHRISTINE ARES Reserved . sincere . . .polite . . . delicate ANDREW ARNOLD Distinctive wit . . . easy-going. . . hurdler. . . reticent W 'H i GAIL ARNOLD Sprite good natured . . , innocent . , . dedicated cheerleader. . . genuine DONNA ASHTON Demure , , . per- DONNA ATWATER Spirited . , NORMAN AVONDO Calm fectionist . . . magnetic personality . . , volatile. . .out-going. . .vibrant diflident . . . talented musician perceptive singular DAVID BAILEY Goodnatured retiring . . . intelligent instrumentalist ALBERT BAJ Uninhibited . . . stentorian voice . , . extrovcrt . . .jester 122 DIANE BAKER Meticulous , . . positivist . . . self'-confident . . . definite ideas BARRY BALDWIN Energetic , , jovial . , . outgoing personality . . wrestler WILLIAM BARKER: Actor . cooperative . . . confident . opinionated PHILIP BASSI Mild-mannered . enjoyable . . . devilish smile VICTOR BEAUVAIS Aggressive ,. friendly. . . gregarious JEFFREY BELLEFLEUR Philanderer . . . a tease. , . good-looking. . . beach boy I PATRICIA BAVA Always smiling . . . flirtatious . . . exuberant . . . sparkling eyes ROBERT BEAUCHENE Amusing . . . honest. . .jocular ALFRED BEDARD Good-natured . . easy going . . . amicable .IUDITI-I BENJAMIN Sweet sophis- tication . . . attractive . . . mature outlook . . . cherishable 123 K SUSAN BEIRNES Pensive . . . con- servative . . . honest . . . quiet manner DENNIS BIAGETTI A reserve worth penetrating . . . Italian . . . considerate . . . courteous GEORGE BICKFORD Finesse . . . MARK BIELINSKI Surfer. . . never at MARK BIRD Candid , . . comical , . garrulous . . . ambitious . . . sedulous a loss for words . . . casual meticulous . , . aloof CAROL BIZA Loquacious . . . devilish smile . . . mischievous . . . unpre- dictable LOUIS BONAVITA Mild-mannered . . . fun-loving. . . hidden abilities. . . comical admin' BRIAN BLACKBURN Strongwilled . . . persuasive . . . satiric wit . . . involved and concerned ANTOINETTE BONFITTO Practices yoga unique personality talkative . . . lively RITA BOISSONAULT Persevering . . . sincere. . , shy LORETTA BONOMI Sincere . . . studious . , . congenial . , . band enthusiast ANN MARIE BORGATTI Charm . . . Cheerful . . . unpredictable . . . lively THOMAS BRANCHINI Spontaneous . . .comical . . . dry humor. . . reliable JAMES BROWN Modest . . . difiident . . . conservative . . . mischievous glint JOSEPH BORGATTI Friendly . . . considerate . . . easy to get along with . . . chipper JOYCE BOVAT Understanding . genuine . . . energetic . . . loyal 'sexi 71 3, 125 Wa , if -M'-in -14 KATHLEEN BROWN Warm per- sonality . , . contemplative , . . loqua- cious , . . reader Q i E.: --.,, SUSAN BROWN Exceptional musician EILEEN BURNS Refined . . . sincere . . . punctillious . . . All-Eastern chorus interest. . .af'fable. . .conversationalist . . . happy outlook 126 SANDRA BROWN Uncontrollahle laugh . . . energetic . . . mischievous . . . unpredictable ROBERT CAMPBELL Al Hirt's appren- tice . . . independent , , . happy- go'-lucky it l l ll Y E HARRY CAMYRE Unselfish . . . EUGENE CANNARELLA Volatile. . . ' good-natured . . . class enthusiast . . . quick witted . . . Sportsman . . . fun- unabashed loving MARCIA CEBRELLI Persistant excitable tlirtatious haute KAREN CATCHEPAUGH Devilish . . . Reticent . . . avid reader . . . CHFCINTCC couterie seamstress DEBORAH CESAN Terpsichorean . . . DOUGLAS CESAN Quiet . . . natural lively. . . amusing. . . Spring , . . clever. . . practical 127 DONNA CASPER Contagious laugh . . . bubbly. . . seamstress . . .amiable THOMAS CECCARINI Carefree . . . fun-loving . . . unassuming JAMES CESTARI Casual . . . honest . . . unassuming , . . loyal -q Y LOUIS CI-IAMPIGNEY Pugnacious , . . ARTHUR CHEVALIER Amicable . . . DIANA CIBOROWSKI Warm per- excitable. . .youthful outlook cordial . . . neat dresser . sonality , . . sincere . . . looks on the distinguished bright side RICHARD CIMMA Dry humor .. WILLIAM CLAMPIT Hoop star JOHN CLIFFORD Avid skier . . . calm . . . bouyant . . . Epicurean carefree . . . hard working . . . devoted sincere . . . caustic wit . . . aware athlete DAVID CLOUSE Active . . . shutter DARLENE CLOUTIER Happy . . . DONALD COLBURN Persevering . . . bug . . . likable . . . efficient worker good-natured . . . sweet . . . reticent intelligent . . . affable . . . interested SALLY COLLI Elfervescent . . . Clever wit . . . congenial . . . inviting smile BARBARA COMPTON Aloof . stylish dresser reserved . individualistic DONALD CONKEY . . . Sportsminded . . . keen sense of humor . . . persevering. , . cooperative MICHAEL CONNOLLY Volatile opinionated . . . radically inclined concerned "W-..,,. """'s-We A . tm DIANA CORBIN Peppy . . . petite . intelligent . . . bright eyes BARBARA CORDI Amiable Mathematically talented . . . Persis . . . Reticent ICH! MICHAEL CORDI Diligent . Dedicated Student Patrol member . . Conscientious DAVID COSTA Enjoys life . . . JOANNE COUPAS Sincere . . . honest DIANE COVENTRY Quiet Slfalghl energetic. . .ski buff . . .personable . . . quick to defend a friend' . . . forward - 21gl'CC21blC UIl10I'l conscientious Gapp" fan 130 CYNTHIA CRAIG Talented artist . . animated . . . zany . . . impulsive LINDA CYRAN Easy going .. fun-loving companionable .. diligent and reliable DAVID CREMONTI Inventive . . . thoughtful . . . ilirtatious . . . sportsman MICHAELENE DALTON Original style . . . understanding . . . penetrating wit . . . thespiari KATHLEEN CROUSS Romanticist . . color guard compassionate . sincere KATHLEEN DALY Imaginative . . demure . . . perceptive MAURO DANIELE comical . . . sharp WILLIAM DAVIES persevering . . . SHEILA DAVIGNON Flirtations . . dresser. . . nonchalant. . . impish sincere and honest. . . basketball fan moody . . . in love with life . . empathetic 131 ROBERT DAVIS Inquisitive . . . PAULA DEARBORN Hard-working . .. GERALD DEBLOIS Dry humor . . conscientious . . . serious . . . calm loquacious . . . appealing smile . . carefree. . .reserved. . .mischievous disposition enthusiastic JO-ANN DELLA-GIUSTINA Complete involvement . . . friendly . . . familiar faces . . . scholarly DIANE DIDONATO Pert and perky . . . genuine . . . appealing personality . . . amicable RICHARD DELLA-GIUSTINA Like- able . . . concerned . . . interested . . . reserved MICHAEL DIDONATO Sports-minded . . . affable . . . pleasing smile . . . inquisitive GERALD DELNEGRO Considerate . . . serious. . . bowling enthusiast . . . unassuming RUSSELL DIMOCK Tall blonde . . extrovert . . . carefree and casual . . unaffected BRIAN DINEEN Intelligent . . . Civil War interest . . . pensive ROBERT DONAIS . . . Reticent . . . scientifically oriented . . . conservative . . .mild-mannered PATRICIA DOYLE Conversational ease . . .freckles. . .demure. . . . warm, sincere smile . thoughtful GERALD DREWNOWSKI Unpre- dictable . . . outdoorsman . . . motor- cycle enthusiast . . . devilish Q sm. . KVI. 5 tttf fl slvt C HENRY DREWNOWSKI Athletic . shy and retiring . . . pleasant manner DEBORAH DUBOUR Impish talented seamstress . likes a good time talkative DENNIS DUDLEY Active appealing. . . thoughtful . . cooperative quietly LINDA DUPLESIS Casual tranquil ultimately . . . colorful . . . long dark hair BRIAN DUTTON Outdoorsman . . LYNN DYNIA Carefree . . . spontane- ALAN EDWARDS Cordial creative modest . , . unpretentious ous . . , excitable . . . alluring eyes . . . considerate . . . conscientious A c,t,,,,,4 SUSAN EGBERT Lively . . . spunky JOHN ELLIS Carefree. . .devilish. . . MARGORIE ELLIS Pensive . . . outgoing personality . . , friendly supineness mature outlook . . . congenial quiet manner 134 THERESA EVEREST Gregarious . . . MICHAEL FAZIO Industrious . . . DANIEL FERRIS Sophisticated wit never at a loss for words . . . bubbly tacitum . . . friendly . . . energetic hoopster . -. . genial . . . agile LARRY FIELD Non-chalant . . . witty . . . hidden abilities . . . alert CYNTHIA FISH Petite inviting smile . . . reliable . . . sweet 135 EILEEN FOLEY Likable . . . talented PATRICIA FOLEY Subtle . . . reticent TERESA FOLEY Genuine . . . knowl- gymnast. . . taciturn . . .enjoyable . , . dedicated cheerleader . . . quiet edgeable . . . gymnast . . . tremendous charm potential WILLIAM FOLEY Sincere . . . perennial smile . . . easy-going . thoughtful ROBERT FRANK Reliable . . . hockey buff. . . persevering . . . good natured Q ,-,ws 5 BARBARA FRENETTE Active . . logical . . . gracious. . . modest ALISON FULLER Mature . . . tranquil . . . free-thinker. . .sophisticated MARGERY GALICA Vivacious pixie . . . beautiful tresses . . . sincere SUSAN GATES Ambitious . . . compassionate . . . outgoing personality CLAIRE GAMACHE Considerate . . , good word for all . . . mischievous MARY GEOFFRION Fiery . attractive . . . unpredictable . charmer GAIL GACONA Fashion-conscious . . . thoughtful . . . ready smile . . . mature outlook SHARON GARCEAU Unassuming . . . serious . . . sociable . . . honest BARBARA GEORGE Distinctive . . . stylish dresser . . . astute . . . Grecian look JAMES GIGUERE Mild-mannered . . . THOMAS GILBERT Adventurist . devilish smile . . . astute idealistic . . . lively. . . good natured LINDA GIRARD Vogue-like . . . unique. . . ebullient. . . seldom serious well-dressed . . . independent . degage KENNETH GOODWIN Individual. . . JOHN GORMLEY Nonchalant . . confident manner . . . a real gentleman exuberant . . . meticulous dresser 138 CHRISTINE GIROUX Loquacious . . JOSEPH GIORDANO Sportsminded . . . uninhibited . . , selfless . . . worth knowing CAROL GOODWIN Ambitious . . . talented seamstress . . . creative . . loyal and dedicated ROBERT GOSSELIN Humorous . . musical inclination . . . vigorous MARGARET GRAVELINE Sincere . . . concerned . . . feminine . . . warm personality ANN GRAZIANO Outstanding sense of FRANCIS GRECO Easy-going humor . . . companionable . . . outgoing sincere . . . mechanical abilities JILL GREGORY Quiet . . . pleasant disposition . . . studious . . . sedulous PAUL GREGUOLI Track star .. amiable . . . confident manner . . persevering 139 .Z ROBERT GRIFFEN Personable , . , STEVEN GRIMALDI Retiring . . . WALTER GRZEBIEN Caricaturist . . . Athletic-minded. . .exuberant. . .able penetrating mind . . . honest , . uninhibited . . . extrovert. . . penchant manager distinctive for stock cars W0 in . A 15, CORLEEN GUILMETTE Friendly . . . enjoys dancing . . . chatterer . attractive eyes ELEANOR HARRINGTON Irish eyes ...aloof. . .coy. . .demure DENISE HAWKINS Spontaneous . . . sincere and mature . . . soul . realistic idealist LINDA HOTTIN Unselfish . . . wann personality . . . sedulous . . . calm and composed CYNTHIA JOHNSON World traveller . . . gregarious . . . sense of responsibility Q . . comedienne CAROL HEYL Determined . femininity-plus . . . pleasant . accomplished pianist -if CHERYL JACKSON Stately . . , demure . , . unselfish . . . mature outlook CLARK JONES Reserved . . . artist , . . outdoorsman MARK HOLDEN Tremendous gymnast . . . polite . . . car bull' . . . unique sense of humor FREDERICK JESERSKI Socially involved. . . uninhibited. . .frank. . . casanova JACK JONES Genial .. . aspires to succeed . . . penetrating . . . gentlemanly el MJ ELIZABETH KELLEY Seldfml SCfi0US MARCIA KIDA Vivacious cheerleader - 1'1'11SCh1eV0US - - - likeable ' - - . . . perfectionist . . . scholarly attitude feufing . . . conscientious KAREN KIMBALL Special . RICHARD KIRK Southwick . . . auto- KATHLEEN KOSAK Exotic . . . sophisticated manner . . . versatile . . motive work . . . Southern drawl striking hair . . . droll . . . hidden epitome of loyalty abilities , , , A-"sv WX! STEVEN KOVALCHICK Unassuming FREDERICK KULAS Math whiz . . . DONNA LAFLAMME Unassuming . . . leisurely. . . distinctive witty. . . astute. . . urbane . . . attractive . . . inviting smile . . . dilatory 142 RODERICK LAMOTHE . . . Good natured . . . understanding . . . rock and roll enthusiast DONALD LEDERER Candid . . JANICE LEGRAND Conservative . . . ALAN LEPORATI Unpredictable . , . gO0d-r1aIUrCd . . . Carefree . stylish dresser . . . lively . . . seldom congenial . . . determined . . . degage conversationalist Serious RODERIC LIGHT Gymnast eydist JUDITH LOCKI: Vibrant GREGORY LOCKHART Spirited . . Alpine hat humorous oreo eyes whimsical en ag ng amusing . . . sincere . , . activist ALEXANDER LOSS Bizarre . strong-willed . . . individual MARY ANN LUTAT Lady-like .. gracious ,. . pleasant disposition . . reserved . . . SALLY COLLI Effervescent . . . Clever wit . . . congenial . . . inviting smile BARBARA COMPTON Aloof .. stylish dresser . . . reserved . . individualistic DONALD CONKEY . . . Sportsminded . . . keen sense of humor . . . persevering. . . cooperative MICHAEL CONNOLLY Volatile opinionated . . , radically inclined concerned Mm., h""e'-we .HIW ULAA A A3 DIANA CORBIN Peppy . . . petite . . intelligent . . . bright eyes BARBARA CORDI Amiable . . . Mathematically talented . . . Persistent . . . Reticent MICHAEL CORDI Diligent . Dedicated Student Patrol member . . Conscicntious i DAVID COSTA Enjoys life . . . JOANNE COUPAS Sincere . . . honest DIANE COVENTRY Quiet. - - Straight- encrgetic. . .ski bu1T . . . personable . . . quick to defend a friend' . . . f0fWaI'd . - . agreeable . . . "Uni0n conscientious Gapp" fan 130 CYNTHIA CRAIG Talented artist . . . animated . . . zany . . . impulsive LINDA CYRAN Easy going .. fun-loving . . . companionable . . diligent and reliable MAURO DANIELE comical . . . sharp dresser , . . nonchalant. . . impish DAVID CREMONTI Inventive . . . thoughtful . . . fiirtatious . . . sportsman MICHAELENE DALTON Original style . . . understanding . . . penetrating wit . . . thespian WILLIAM DAVIES persevering .. . sincere and honest . . . basketball fan 131 KATHLEEN CROUSS Romanticist color guard compassionate sincere KATHLEEN DALY Imaginative demure . . . perceptive SHEILA DAVIGNON Flirtatious moody in love with life empathetic ROBERT DAVIS Inquisitive . . . conscientious . . . serious . . . calm disposition PAULA DEARBORN Hard-working . . . loquacious . . . appealing smile . . enthusiastic GERALD DEBLOIS Dry humor . . carefree . . . reserved . . . mischievous JO-ANN DELLA-GIUSTINA Complete involvement . , . friendly . . . familiar faces . . . scholarly DIANE DIDONATO Pert and perky . . . genuine . , . appealing personality . . . amicable RICHARD DELLA-GIUSTINA Like- able . . . concerned . . . interested , . . reserved MICHAEL DIDONATO Sports-minded . . . aifable . . . pleasing smile . . . inquisitive GERALD DELNEGRO Considerate . . . serious. . . bowling enthusiast. . . unassuming RUSSELL DIMOCK Tall blonde . . extrovert . . . carefree and casual . . unaffected BRIAN DINEEN Intelligent . . . Civil War interest . . . pensive ROBERT DONAIS . . . Reticent . . . scientifically oriented . . . conservative . . . mild-mannered PATRICIA DOYLE Conversational ease . . .freckles. . .demure. . .thoughtful . . warm, sincere smile GERALD DREWNOWSKI Unpre dictable . . . outdoorsman . . . motor- cycle enthusiast . . . devilish . iiii i HENRY DREWNOWSKI Athletic . . shy and retiring . . . pleasant manner DEBORAH DUBOUR Impish . . . DENNIS DUDLEY Active . . . quietly LINDA DUPLESIS Casual. . . tranquil talented seamstress . . . talkative . . appealing. . . thoughtful. . . ultimately , , , C0101-ful, , ,lgng dark hair likes a good time cooperative BRIAN DUTTON Outdoorsman . . LYNN DYNIA Carefree . . . spontane- ALAN EDWARDS C01-dial, . . creative modest . . . unpretentious ous . . . excitable . . . alluring eyes . . . considerate . . . conscientious SUSAN EGBERT Lively . . . spunky JOHN ELLIS Carefree. . .devilish. . . MARGORIE ELLIS Pensive . . . . . . outgoing personality. . . friendly supineness mature outlook . . . congenial . . . quiet manner 134 I THERESA EVEREST Gregarious . . . MICHAEL FAZIO Industrious . . . DANIEL FERRIS Sophisticated wit never at a loss for words . . . bubbly taciturn . . . friendly . . . energetic hoopster . -. . genial . . . agile LARRY FIELD Non-chalant . . . witty . . . hidden abilities . . . alert CYNTHIA FISH Petite inviting smile . . . reliable . . . sweet 135 EILEEN FOLEY Likable . . . talented PATRICIA FOLEY Subtle . . . reticent gymnast. . . taciturn. . .enjoyable . . . dedicated cheerleader . . . quiet charm 136 TERESA FOLEY Genuine . . . knowl- edgeable . . . gymnast . . . tremendous potential WILLIAM FOLEY Sincere . . . perennial smile . . . easy-going . . thoughtful ROBERT FRANK Reliable . . . hockey buff . . . persevering . . . good natured BARBARA FRENETTE Active . ALISON FULLER Mature. . . tranquil logical . . . gracious. . . modest , . . free-thinker. . .sophisticated GAIL GACONA Fashion-conscious . . . thoughtful . . . ready smile . . . mature outlook MARGERY GALICA Vivacious . . . CLAIRE GAMACHE Considerate . . . pixie . . . beautiful tresses , . . sincere good word for all . , . mischievous MARY GEOFFRION Fiery . SUSAN GATES Ambitious . . . attractive . . . unpredictable . compassionate . . . outgoing personality charmer SHARON GARCEAU Unassuming . . . serious . . . sociable . . , honest BARBARA GEORGE Distinctive . . . stylish dresser . . . astute . . . Grecian look JAMES GIGUERE Mild-mannered. . . THOMAS GILBERT Adventurist . devilish smile , . , astute idealistic . . . lively. . . good natured. I LINDA GIRARD Vogue-like . . . CHRISTINE GIROUX Loquacious . unique. . . ebullient. . . seldom serious well-dressed . . . independent . degage KENNETH GOODWIN Individual. . , JOHN GORMLEY Nonchalant . . confident manner . . . a real gentleman exuberant . . . meticulous dresser 138 JOSEPH GIORDANO Sportsminded . . . uninhibited . , . selfless . . . worth knowing CAROL GOODWIN Ambitious . . . talented seamstress . . . creative . . loyal and dedicated ROBERT GOSSELIN Humorous . . . musical inclination . . . vigorous MARGARET GRAVELINE Sincere . . . concerned . . . feminine . . . warm personality JILL GREGORY Quiet . . . pleasant disposition . . . studious . . . sedulous PAUL GREGUOLI Track star ., amiable . . , confident manner . . persevering ANN GRAZIANO Outstanding sense of FRANCIS GRECO Easy going humor . . . companionable . . . outgoing sincere . . . mechanical abilities ,pix ROBERT GRIFFEN Personable . . . STEVEN GRIMALDI Retiring . WALTER GRZEBIEN Caricaturist . . . Athletic-minded. . .exubera,nt, . , able penetrating mind . . . honest . uninhibited . , . extrovert . . . penchant manager distinctive for stock cars 5-Wifi CORLEEN GUILMETTE Friendly . . . enjoys dancing . . . chatterer . . attractive eyes ELEANOR HARRINGTON Irish eyes ,..aloof. . .coy. . ,demure DENISE HAWKINS Spontaneous . . . sincere and mature . . . soul . . realistic idealist LINDA HO'ITIN Unselfish . . . warm personality . . , sedulous . . . calm and composed CYNTHIA JOHNSON World traveller . . . gregarious . . . sense of responsibility I . . comedienne CAROL HEYL Determined femininity-plus . . . pleasant accomplished pianist MARK HOLDEN Tremendous gymnast . . . polite . . . car bull' . . . unique sense of humor T' ' A Q f 1-3:1 -3 CHERYL JACKSON Stately . . . demure FREDERICK JESERSKI Socially . . . unseltish . . . mature outlook involved . . . uninhibited. . .fra.nk. . . casanova JACK JONES Genial . . . aspires to CLARK JONES Reserved . . . artist . . . succeed . . . penetrating . . . outdoorsman gentlemanly 5 Mi ELIZABETH KELLEY Sel'-10111 SeI'i0'-15 MARCIA KIDA Vivacious cheerleader - - - m15Ch1eV0U5 - - - hkeable - - - . . . perfectionist . . . scholarly attitude retiring . . . conscientious KAREN KIMBALL Special . RICHARD KIRK Southwick . . . auto- KATHLEEN KOSAK Exotic . . . sophisticated manner . . . versatile . . motive work . . . Southern drawl striking hair . . . droll . . . hidden epitome of loyalty abilities g ,I L, J or we STEVEN KOVALCHICK Unassuming FREDERICK KULAS Math whiz . . . DONNA LAFLAMME Unassuming . . . leisurely. . . distinctive Witty. . . astute . . . Llrbarle . . . attractive . . . inviting smile . . . dilatory 142 RODERICK LAMOTHE . . . Good natured . . . understanding . . . rock and roll enthusiast DONALD LEDERER Candid . . JANICE LEGRAND Conservative . . . ALAN LEPORATI Unpredictable . . . g00d'f1all11'ed - - - Carefree . stylish dresser . . . lively . . . seldom congenial . . . determined . . . degage conversationalist Sefigug RODERIC LIGHT Gymnast. , .cyclist JUDITH LOCKE . . . Vibrant . . . , , . Alpine hat , . . humorous "Oreo" eyes . , . whimsical . . . engaging GREGORY LOCKHART Spirited amusing . . . sincere . , . activist ALEXANDER strong-willed . . . individual LOSS Bizarre MARY ANN LUTAT Lady-like gracious . . . pleasant disposition reserved . . . LINDA MABREY Observant . . . un- assuming . . . aloof. . . never at a loss for words LINDA MANDRIOLI Inquisitive . . , romantic . , . ingenuous . . .whimsical THOMAS MAYFIELD Subtle . Westerner . . . quiet manner . . good-natured GORDON MacPHERSON Exuberant . . . Happening . . . mischievous . . . relaxed PAUL MARTIN Long distance runner . . . devoted friend . . . strength of his convictions DEBRA MCCULLOUGH Always cheer- ful . . . happy-go-lucky . . . diligent DEBRA MADENSKI Outgoing . . . energetic . . . diligent. . . color-bearer NORMA MASSA Unaffected considerate . . . pleasant. . . energetic HENRY MEADE Alert . . . dedicated . , . assumes responsibility . . . loyal STEVEN MEISTER Genuine . , conversationalist . . . gregarious . . Concerned WILLIAM MELBOURNE Intense , . , unselfish . . . amiable . . . daring JANICE MIERZEIEWSKI Outgoing . . . adventurous . . . full of life . . . typical Aries I SHIRLEY MELANSON Devilish . . UARY MELBOURNE Thoughtful . . . coquettish . . . talkative . . . extrovert cooperative. . . good sport . . . sedulous LOUISE MERCADANTE Misehievous contagious laugh seldom serious DIANNE MESSIER Humorous . . . sensitive . . . friendly . . . good-natured CYNTHIA MILICI Punctilious . . . the BONNIE MILLAR Warm personality Editor . . . trustworthy . . . mature . . . true friend . . . bubbly laugh . . . outlook creative PASQUALE MISISCHIA . . . Hurd working , . , lively . . . energetic . . . amiable 55 L me-M Q-:m..,A,,-.5 LUCILLE MOCCIO Likable . . . never at a loss for words . , . excitable DEBORAH MONTANARI Sincere . . . PETER MONTAGNA Witty . . . con- fident manner , , . humorous , , A SUSAN MONTAGNA Appealing smile bright eyes exuberant . uninhibited . . . pert. . . gracious. . .industrious mischievous if' I 'V ff Y ith? Iam : A W DANIEL MORASKI Warm personality . . . unique . . , dialeclician . , , individual style PATRICIA MORRISSEAU Sincere . . exuberant , , . infectious laugh . , petite 95" STEVEN MORRIS Hard worker . . . taciturn , , . cooperative . . , sports enthusiast STEPHEN MORAWSKI Outdoorsman . . . accepts a challenge , . . friendly DEBORAH MORSE Pixie lively LINDA MORTENSON Quiet .. . . . sedulous . . . pensive long hair. . . lively. . . coy 148 NANCY MORYTKO Understanding . . . mature outlook . . . pleasant disposition JOHN NAHAJLO Verbose . . . unin- hibited . . . candid . . . satanic RICHARD MUNSELL Congenial . . . VICTORIA inviting smile . . . outgoing personality . . . carefree xi" ft 5' 1,55 4-.i.-.xg I , 145-W 7:83-I' s-0145: fffff '9-H554 5:5 ': K 15515514933 JEFFREY NASSIF Unique . . . non- chalant . . . unassuming . . . hidden abilities well-dressed . MUNSELL Sincere . . . . generous. . . pleasant BRUCE NUNN Persevering . . unatliected , . . amiable personality . . . analytical mind 1 GAIL NUZZOLILLI Fashion conscious CAROL O'CONNOR Flirtatious . . BARBARA O'REILLY Subtle wit . . . . .reserved. , .individual. . .voluble extrovert . . . efTerveseent . cosmopolitan . . . dramatic abilities . . compassionate distinctive 149 NANCY OSOLINSKI Creative distinctive wit .. . unpredictable ebullient SUSAN PARCHICK Ski buff . . talented . . . caustic wit . . . fragile RANDALL PARKER Individualist . . . RICHARD PARO Mischievous . . artistic talent reticent unexpected abilities MARLA PECKHAM Shy smile demure . . . humorous . . . lively unaffected , . . nonchalant REGINA PERETTI Carefree . . . vol- atile . . . epitome of sincerity . . . con- servative CHARLES PARKER Gymnast . . even tempered . . . handsome . . devoted friend CHARLES PATNODE Sincere . . musical interests . . . reserved . . unaffected ROLAND PERKINS Unassuming . . . casual . . . band enthusiast . . . amiable RICHARD PERRY Agile . inexhaustible energy . . . outgoing . . comical MICHAEL PICCIN Infectious laugh . . . hilarious . . . casual attitude . . . gregarious MARY PIETRONIRO Captivating smile . . . lovable . . . expressive eyes . . . pleasant RUTH PERRY Coy confident PATRICE PETERSON Whimsical manner. , .uninhibited. . .boisterous mature outlook . . . aesthete . reserve worth penetrating DAVID PISANO Aloof . . . consen vative the other half. . . taciturn DONALD PISANO One of a pair . intent. . . reserved , . . personable 152 FRANCES PISEGNA Graceful , . . mild-mannered . . . attractive . . . agile cheerleader CHERYL POMEROY Unpredictable . . . devilish glint . . . talkative . . . inexhaustible energy STEVEN POND Concerned . . . athletic minded . . . congenial . . . intent PAUL PORLIER Relaxed mild mannered . . . affable MICHAEL PROUT Lively . . . con- genial . . . amusing . . . unselfish ROBERT QUINN Witty . . . athletic talent . . . amusing. . . pugnacious DANA POTTER Candid . . . comical RONALD POWERS Quiet manner. , . . . .extrovert. . . adventurous personable . . . baseball enthusiast . . . gentleman MARGUERITE PROVOST Casual outlook , . . excitable . . . devilish glint . . . friendly JAMES QUACKENBUSH Serious na- ture . . . enjoyable . . . mechanical abilities . . . responsible KRISTINE RASCHI Vivacious . . sparkling eyes . . . astute . hyper-excitable 153 DEBRA REED Retiring . . . pleasant JOYCE REMINGTON Aloof , , DEBORAH RICCO Energetic . . manner . . . sincere . . .unassuming hidden abilities . . . determined . . Outgoing personality . . . studious . , intent strong willed at j , GARY RIVERS Affable. . .determined SUSAN ROMANKO Spontaneous . , . CATHARINE ROMANOWSKI Easy . . . thoughtful. . . tuciturn devilish smile. . .exuberant. . .seldom going . . . content . . . likable . . serious attractive ROBERT ROOSA Concerned . . SHIRLEY ROSS Congenial . . . under- RAYMOND ROSSI G01f Pro , . imaginative . . . conversationalist , . standing . . . pleasant dispostion . . . extfgveft , , , placid manner , l individual Loquacious 154 MARY RUSSELL Persistent . . . serious intent . . . artistic . . . tranquil nature KATHRYNI RYER Flirtatious . . energetic . . . fanciful . . . chatterer LINDA ST. PETER Imenge , CHRISTINE SANTANIELLO Cheerful MARGARET SANTINELLO Petite. . . talented , , . reserved , , A gy1ph-11ke outlook . , . loyal . . . inviting smile . . . tlambuoyant , . . impetuous . . . humorous carefree Al LINDA SAPELLI Good friend . concerned . . . athletic interests RICHARD SASSARONE Unpredictable . . . Zealous. . .comical RONALD SASSARONE Frank strong-minded . . . happy-go-lucky D 2 12 SHERRY SAUSVILLE Intelligent . sedulous . . . artistic . . . soft spoken MICHAEL SCAFURI Carefree . good-natured . . . unaffected . considerate NANCY SCALA Impulsive . . . in- DOLORES SCHERPA Engaging .. JOHN SCHERPA Gregarious .. dustrious . . . seldom serious . . . Ham- quiet manner . . . gracious . . dynamic . . . cooperative. . . unaffected bouyant infectious laugh yes, f.. L, Q, , JEFFREY SCHLAGEL Jokegter , . , RUSSELL SCOTT Cordial . . .inviting JOHN SHEA Carefree . . . athletic genuine . . . outdoorsman , , , strategist smile . . . persevering . . . nonchalant . . . concerned . . . worldly VICTORIA SHIBLEY Tranquil amicable meticulous dresser considerate BETH STANSFIELD Gracious , . responsible . . . academic interests . . . KENNETH STAWASZ Determined.. . reserved reliable . . . "dufTer', . . . quite charmer LINDA STROLE Never at a loss for words . . . impetuous . . . devilish glint STEVEN SWEENEY Theatrical interests . . . unique . . . individualistic thinker VICTORIA SUBOTIN Attractive eyes . . . fashion conscious . . . exuberant RICHARD TAYLOR Subdued ,. unassuming . . . easy-going . outdoorsman SHERYL SWARTZ Color guard . . winning smile . . . practical . . enthusiastic ROBERT THERIEN Hidden abilities . . . honest. . . reserved JANET THOMPSON Femininity - P1113 TINA TINNEMEYER Active . . . gen- PAUL TOELKEN Free-thinker . . . . . 21mbiliOL1S . . - intriguing - - - uine . . . pleasant disposition . . . re- original. . .serious. . .intense dedicated liable 158 ADAM TOMASZEWSKI Perceptive . . imaginative. . ,creative nature. . . mature audi ASM? 'lTll""'H MAJORIE TOMSKI Felicitous . . . KAREN TORRE Artistic . . . winning romantic outlook . . . engaging Smile - - - gafl'Ul0US - A A CXCiT2lblC personality. . . intellectual ie .. Tl-IERESA TRIMBOLI Reserved aloof. . . serious . . . pleasant manner MICHAEL TYLER Nonconformist . . . JAMES VALENTI Interested . , . comical . . . youthful outlook . , constant smile . . . idealistic . . . worth distinctive listening to 159 ROSEMARIE VETRO Fun-loving. . efficient . . . quiet manner . . . taciturn VICKI VIENS Unpredictable honest . . . pleasant disposition congenial PAUL VELLA Impish grin . . . genuine . . . magnetic personality . . . charmer FRANK VERTERAMO Full-of-fun . . . complacent . . . uninhibited . . . nonchalant RANDY WALZ Enjoyable .. energetic . . . skillful gymnast . . thoughtful ROBERT WANIEWSKI Distinctive . . . penetrating mind. . .idealistic. . . engaging personality BARBARA WEST Demure . . . sincere . . . personable . . . idealistic if if if t I? CAROL WANIEWSKI lmpish . HENRY WANIEWSKI Personable . . . excitable . . . responsible . . . determined full of fun . . . conversationalist . . energetic THEODORE WATERMAN Placid SUSAN WEBSTER Aloof . . . sincere . . . devilish . . . congenial . . . . . .warm personality amicable CHERYL WHITE Pert . . . talkative ROBERT WHITE Casual . . . engaging. . .exuberant unpredictable. . .lackadaisical ALICE WHITTIER Whimsical intriguing . . . outgoing . . , distinctive JOAN WIERZBOWSKI Amicable. . . unselfish . . . efhcient . . . dependable ""'?f' JAMES WILEY Handsome . . . interested . . . cosmopolitan . contident DAVID WILEY Mischievous . . unpredictable . . . appealing . philanderer CHERYL WILSON Flirtatious STUART WILSON Unique personality active . . . winning smile . . . full of fun . . . excitable , . . long distance runner . . . persistent JUANITA WOOD Thoughtful understanding . . . seltiess . . . friendly ALAN WRIGHT Confident manner . . . congenial . . . meticulous dresser . . .extrovert 162 HAROLD WRIGHT Tennis minded . . . ham operator . . . nonchalant . . . conservative gy. ..V-A Q - 1 in is 1 ig fi? 2152! v,L.' 'L ,- ' FREDERICK WYATT Voluble expressive . . . adventurous LINDA YOUNG Unselfish . . . considerate . . . amiable . . . contagious laugh GEORGE HUBA Ambitious scholarly . . . early admission inquisitive Robert B. Beauchene "Rhapsody In Bluev Suzanne Ainey 279 Adams St. Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Inter Class Play 2, Prom Comm. 3, Brenda J. Aldrich 63 High St. Gym Show 1, Operetta 3 Robert M. Allard 46 Barn Road Drama Club 1, 2, 4, Art Club 4, lnter Class Play 2, Operetta 1 Donna M. Allen 278 Silver St. Mirror Staff 4, Library Stan' 3, 4, Drama Club 2, 3, Personality Club 2, 3, 4, IRC 2, 3, Operetta 2, 3, Prom Comm. 3, Grad Usherette 3, Class Party Comm. 4 Alan R. Aloisi 25 Highland Ave. Antonia Altamura 21 Granger Dr. Paula C. Alvaro 37 Howard Street Mirror Sta1T 3, 4, underclass editor 4, Personality Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 1, 2, Business Club 3, 4 Marianne F. Alves 53 Fairview St. FTA 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, Personality Club 2, 3 Julie M. Alvigini 580 North St. Mirror Staff , 4, Personality Club 2, 3, 4 IRC 4 Class Party Comm. 4 Home Room Rep. 1, 2 Prom Comm. 3 Junior Marshall Mark L. Andrews 629 Main Street Ski Club 3, 4 Camera Club 2, 3 Football 2 Track 2, 3, 4 Class Party Comm. 4 Rick J. Aramburu 56 Brien Street Christine M. Ares 104 Ridgeway Drive National Honor Society 3, 4 Student Patrol 4, Mirror 3, 4 exchange editor 4 FTA 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 4 Biology Club 3, 4 IRC 1, 2, 3, 4 Andrew D. Arnold 75 Suffield Street Chess Club 4 Track 4 'Gail A. Arnold 546 Springfield Street National Honor Society 3, 4 Sachem Staff 4 FTA 3, 4 Personality Club 2, 3 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2 Class Party Comm 4 Prom Comm. 3 Grad. Usherette 3 Donna L. Ashton 22 Briarcliff Drive National Honor Society 3, 4 Sachem Staff 4 Mirror Stall' 3 FTA 1, 2, 3, 4 president 4 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 pres. 4 Operetta 2, 3 Grad. Ulsherette 3 Girls tate 4 Spanish Honor Society Award from Nat'1 Assoc. of Teachers of Spanish Donna L. Atwater 20 Haskel Street. Library Staff 3, 4 Personality Club 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary 3 Vice-president 4 Color Guard 3, 4 Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorale 3, 4 Prom Comm. 3 Norman Avondo 9 King Avenue AVA 1, 2 Operetta 1, 2, 3 David C. Bailey 71 Florida Drive Track 2 Albert L. Baj 108 Moore Street Chemistry Club 3 Chess Club 4 Class Party Comm. 4 Diane Baker 51 Vadnais Street Library Staff 3 FTA 3 French Club 1 Personality Club 2, 3, 4 IRC 2, 3, 4 Prom Comm. 3 Grad. Usherette 3 Barry Baldwin William Barker Philip Bassi Patricia A. Bava Art Club 2 76 Florida Drive 35 Mountainview Street 36 Oak Hill Avenue 56 Spencer Street 647 Springfield Street Gym Show 1, 2, 3, 4 Victor A. Beauvais 112 Mill SKICCI Soccer 4 Alfred P. Bedard 50 School Street Ski Club 1, 2 IRC 2 Susan P. Beirnes Red Cross 1, 2 Operetta 3, 4 56 Country Road J effrey Bellefleur 61 Parker Street Judith A. Ben'amin 115 Spencer Street Nurses Club 4 pres. 4 Personality Club 2 Tennis 3 Dennis J. Biagetti 50 South Park Terrace National Honor Society 3, 4 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 treasurer 3 Ski Club 1. 2. 3. 4 Football 1 Hockey 2 Gym Show 3 Operetta 1. 2. 3. 4 Chorale 1. 2. 3, 4 treasurer 4 Business Club 4 Viceapresident 4 George B. Bickford 35 Elbert Road National Honor Society 3. 4 Student Council 3. 4 Chemistry Club 3 Chess Club 1, 2 Football 1. 2. 3 Basketball 1 Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4 Math Club 4 O eretta 4 Class Party Comm. 2, 3, 4 Home Room Re 2, 3, 4 Prom Clbmm. 3 Vice-president 2 Class President 3, 4 Presidlent of Mass. Assoc. of Student Councils, Boys State 4, Model Congress 4 Good Gov't Day 4 National Youth Conference of the Atom 4 Rennselaer Math and Science Award Mark Bielinski 101 Morris Street Mark Bird 71 Liberty Street Carol Biza 40 Monroe Street Brian L. Blackburn 56 Emerson Rgad Eresident 4, Mirror asketball 1 Track Class Party Comm. Stall' 4, Drama Club 2 AVA 2 Biolo Club 3 2. 3. 4 co-captain 4 Cross Country 1 gyperetta 2 4 Prom Comm. 3 Vice-President 4 As Schools Match Wits Team 3, 4 Model Congress 3 Dartmouth Book Award. Cornell Day Representative Rita Boissonault Antoinette Bonfitto Loretta Bonomi Ann Borgatti Joseph Borgatti Joyce Bovat Thomas Branchini James Brown Kathleen Brown Sandra Brown 321 Springfield Street 196 Shoemaker Lane 49 Shoemaker Lane 45 High Street 114 Franklin Street 44 River Street 437 North Street 466 North Westlield Street 663 North Westfield Street 325 North Street Susan C. Brown National Honor Society 3. 4 FTA 4. Drama Club 1, 2. 3. 4 S anish Club 2 Band 1.2.3.4 Operetta 1.2. 3 Chorus 1.2.3. 4 Chora e 1. 2. 3, 4 president 4 1324 Main Street Eileen M. Burns 779 River Road Student council 1, 2. 3. 4 Student Patrol 3 Library Staff 2. 3. 4 Drama Club 1, 2 Spanish Club 2. 3 treasurer 3 Personality Club 2, 3. 4 Inter-Class Play . Operetta 1, 2. 3, 4 Chorus l, 2 Chorale 2 Class Party Comm. 1. 2, 3, 4 Prom Comm. 3 Grad. Usherette 3 Class Secretary 3, 4 Chairman of Winter Carnival 4 Spanish Nat'1 Honor Society Robert Campbell 52 Adams Street Harry Camyre 320 North Street Eugene Cannarella 857 North Street Donna Casper 23 Portland Street Karen Catchepaugh 24 Mill Street Marcia J. Cebrelli 14 Progaect Student Patrol 3. Mirror Staff 3. 4 editor 4. FTA 4 Personality lub 2. 3, 4 Ski Club 4 Home Room Rep. 2 Prom Comm. 3 Grad. Usherette 3 Thomas Ceccarini Deborah Cesan Douglas Cesan James J. Cestari Louis Champiney Arthur Chevalier Diana P. Ciborwski National Honor Soc 51 Howard Street 363 North West Street 173 North West Street 20 Maynard Street 16 Rowley Street 259 River Road 31 High Street iety 3. 4 Latin Club 4 Personality Club 2. 3 Girls Sports 1 Band 1. 2, 3, 4 librarian 3, 4 Operetta l. 3, 4 Chorus 1 A-Band 1. 2, 3, 4 Richard C. Cimma 278 South Street National Honor Society 3, 4 Student Patrol 4. Spanish Club 2.-3 president 3, Biology Club 2, 3 Chess Club 1 As Sc ools Match Wits Team 3, 4 Math League 3, 4 William G. Clampit 26 Dyotte Street Biology Club 3. Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4 co-captain 4. Cross Country 1. 2 John W. Clifford 126 Albert Street Ski Club 1. 2. 3. 4 president 4 Football 1 Gym Show 2, 3. 4 Darlene M. Cloutier 14 Northwesttield Street Reading Club 2 Donald Colburn Parkview Drive Sally J. Colli g g 33 Prospect Street Student Council 1, 2, 3. 4 secretary 3, Vice-president 4, Sachem Staff 4 Student Patrol 4 Personality Club 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 3 Chorus 2 Prom Comm 3 Grad. Usherette 3 Barbara Compton 43 Norman Terrace Donald Conkey 64 Doane Avenue Michael A. Connolly 17 Oak Hill Lane Sachem Staff 4. Student Council 3. 4 Mirror Staff 3. Drama Club 4, Ski Club 4 Camera Club 1. 2, 3, 4 treasurer 2 president 3, 4 Chess Club 1. 2 Golf 1. 2, 4 Band 2, 3. 4 Operetta l. . 3. 4 Diana L. Corbin 131 River Road National Honor Society 3. 4 Mirror Staff 3, Drama Club 1. 2. 3. 4 IRC 2. Chess Club 4. and 3, 4 Operetta 1. 2. 3. 4 Chorus 4 Prom Comm. 3 Barbara M. Cordi 259 South Street Personality Club 2. 3 Chorus 1. Prom Comm. 3 Michael J. Cordi 187 Corey Street Student Patrol 3. 4 David Costa 55 Clematis Road Joanne L. Coupas 187NSouth Westfield Street National Honor Society 3. 4 Mirror Staff 3. 4 feature editor 4 FTA 3. 4 Personality Club 2. 3. 4 IRC 2. 3 Inter-Class Play 1. 2 Class Party Comm. 2. 3 Prom Comm. 3 Grad. Usherette 3 Winter Carnival 4 Diane F. Covent 963 Main Street Mirror Stall' 3. Library Staff 4. FTA 2. 3. 4 Drama Club 3. 4 Spanish Club 2 Operetta 1. 3 Chorus 1. 3 Prom Comm. 3 Grad Usherette 3. Cynthia A. Craig 334 School Street Art Club 1. Personality Club 2 Gym Show 1. Band 3. 4 Operetta 3. Chorus 1. 2 Prom Comm. 3 David Cremonti 33 Columbus Street Kathleen L. Crouss 241 Silver Street Art Club 1. Personality Club 2. Gym Show 1. 2 Color Guard 3. 4 Operetta 3, 4 Prom Comm. 3 Linda A. Cyran 76 Pineview Circle Library Staff 3, 4 Art Club 4, Student Store Staff 3, Girls Sports 1, 2 Inter-Class Play 2, Business Club 3 Michaelene A. Dalton 954 Main Street Mirror Staff 3, FTA 2, 3 Drama Club 2, 3 Inter-Class Play 2 Operetta 2, 3 Prom Comm. 3 Kathleen A. Daly 12 River Street FTA 1, 2, 3, 4 French Club 4, Personality Club 3 Prom Comm. 3 Mauro Daniele Jr. 500 Meadow Street Mirror Staff 4, Ski Club 4 Track 1 Home Room Rep. 1 Robert M. Davis 78 North Street Sheila A. Davignon 172 Suflield Street Drama Club 2, IRC 1 Student Store Stall' 4 Operetta 1, 2 Chorus 1 Robert David 78 North Street Paula A. Dearborn 16 Broz Terrace Library Staff 3, 4 Biology Club 2, Student Store Staff 3 Gym Show 1, 3, 4 Girls Sports 1, 2 Inter-Class Play 2, Operetta 4 Business Club 3, 4 Gerald Deblois 79 Monroe Street J o-ann S. Della-Giustina 19 Albert Street National Honor Society 3, 4 Sachem Staff 4, Student Council 4 Library Staff 3, 4 FTA 1, 2, 3, 4 Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4 French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Personalit Club 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 3, 4 Biolo 2, 3 IRC 2, 3, 4 president 4, Matli Club 3, 4 Inter-Class Play 1, Zggperetta 1, 2, 3 Prom. Comm. 3 As Schools Match Wits Team - alternate 3, World Affairs Day Rc-gs. 3, Betty Crocker f'Homemaker of Tomorrown Award, Model ongress 4 "My Beat AHS" 1, 2, 3, 4 Math League Team 3, 4 National Merit Letter of Commendation Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm. 2, 3, 4 Pep Team 1, 2, 3 Richard G. Della-Giustina 16 Cosgrove Avenue Gerald L. Delnegro 8 Stewart Lane Diane M. DiDonato 242 South Westfield Street National Honor Societ 4, Sachem Staff 4, Student Patrol 3 Library Staff 4, Drama Club li 2 Personality Club 3, IRC 1, 2, 3 Student Store Staff 3, O eretta 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2 Class Party Comm. 4 Grad. usherette fi Michael S. DiDonato 43 Garden Street National Honor Society 3, 4 Sachem Staff 4, Student Patrol 3, 4 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 Football 2, Basketball 1, Hockey 3, 4 Golf' 1, 2, 3, 4 Homeroom Rep, 1 Russell M. Dimock 30 Belmont Avenue Brian M. Dineen 86 Haven Avenue Baseball 1, 2 Band 1 Bowling Club 1, 2 Robert T. Donais 37 Raymond Circle Patricia C. Doyle 171 Florida Drive Sachem Staff 4, Library Staff 4, Art Club 4 Personality Club 2, 3 Reading Club 3, 4 Class Party Comm. 4 Prom Comm. 3 Grad. Usherette 3 Gerald Drewnowski 270 South Westtield Street Radio Club 1 Gym Show 1, 2, 3, 4 Hen? A. Drewnowski 1028 Shoemaker Lane Foot all 1, 2, 3, 4 Hockey 4 Deborah A. Dubour 45 Belvidere Street Mirror Staff 3, 4 sports editor 4, Personality Club 2, 3, 4 Red Cross 1, 2 Class Party Comm. 2, 4 Home Room Rep. 1, 2 Dennis W. Dudley 317 Adams Street Student Patrol 1, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain 4 Basketball 1 Track 1, 2 Captain 2 Linda J . Duplessis 1172 River Road Art Club 1, Girls Sports 2 Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2, 3 Chorale 3 Brian K. Dutton 232 South West Street Lynn M. Dynia 468 S ringheld Street F A 2, 3 Spanish Club 3 Personality Club 4 Prom Clomm 3 Alan S. Edwards 49 Woodside Drive National Honor Society 3, 4 Sachem Staff 4 Student Council 4 Drama Club 3 Ski Club 3 Track 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 treasurer 4 Class Party Comm. 3, 4 Prom Comm. 3 Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4 Dance Band 2, 3, 4 Inter-Class Play 2 Susan B. Egbert 29 Elbert Road Library Staff 4 Drama Club 2, 3 French Club 1 Personality Club 2, 3, 4 Biology 2 IRC 3 Girls Sports 1, 2, 3 Operetta 1, 2 Chorus 1, 2 Class Party Comm. 4 Prom Comm. 3 Grad. Usherette 3 John D. Ellis 38 Barn Road Margorie A. Ellis 29 Randall Street Library Staff 4, Debating Club 1, Student Store 4 Theresa M. Everest 51 Columbus Street Michael J. Fazio . 65 Meadow Street Golf 2, 3, 4 Track 1 Daniel W. Ferris 32 Channell Drive Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Larry M. Field 62 North Alhambra Circle AVA 1, 2, 3, 4 Chess Club 1, 2 Gym Show 2 Operetta 3 Cynthia Fish 59 Garden St. Eileen E. Foley 81 Hamilton Circle Libra? Staff 4, Gym Show 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Inter- lass Play 2 Prom Comm. 2 Patricia C. Foley 81 Hamilton Circle Personality Clu 3, Cheerleader 4 Gym Show 1, 3, 4 Girls Sports 1, 2 Prom Comm. 3 Graduation Usherette 3 Teresa S. Foley 81 Hamilton Circle IRC 4 Tennis 3 Gcym Show 3, 4 Girls Sports 3, 4 Class Party Comm. 4 Transfer: inter- lass Play, drill team, gym team girls interscholastic teams William J. Foley 33 Norman Terrace Mirror Stall' 4 Drama Club 4 Art Club 4 IRC 3 Class Party Comm. 4 Robert Frank 73 Bessbrook Street Barbara A. Frenette 37 Bailey St. Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4 Student Patrol 3 Mirror Staff 3, 4 special events editor 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4 treasurer 4, Latin Club 4 Red Cross 3 Biology Club 3, 4 IRC 3, 4 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Class Party Comm. 4 Grad. Usherette 3 Aliscn J . Fuller 61 Peros Drive Student Council 4, Drama Club 3 Ski Club 3 Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorale 1, 2, 3, 4 Western Mass. District Chorus 3 Gail L. Gacona 60 Hi hland Street Personality Club 2 IRC 1, 2 Operetta 2, Chorus 1 Gras usherette 3 Margery R. Galica 127 Suffield Street Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Personality Club 2, 3, 4 IRC 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3 Prom Comm. 3 Graduation usherette 3 Claire T. Gamache Girls Sports 4 Chorus 1 104 Kanawha Avenue Sharon A. Garceau 39 Royal Lane Susan Gates 22 Leonard Street Mary Geoffrion 26 Walnut Street Barbara George 491 North Street James R. Giguere 59 Southwestfield Street Thomas P. Gilbert 57 Country Road Cross Country 4 Joseph F . Giordano 94 Garden Street Hoc ey 3, Track 2, 3, 4 Linda Girard 62 Albert Street Christine A. Giroux Personality Club 2, 3, '4 Biology Club 2 Business Club 3, 4 Class Party Comm. 1, 2 86 Alhambra Circle Carol E. Goodwin 304 Southwick Street Sachem Staff 4 French Club 2, 3, 4 IRC 3, 4 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Prom Comm. 3 Kenneth B. Goodwin 304 Southwick Street Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2 Band 1 Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Inter-Class Play 1 Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4 John V. Gormley Jr. 34 Portland St. Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 3, 4 Math Club 1 Robert A. Gosselin 27 Channell Drive Student Patrol 4 Band l, 2. 3, 4 Dance Band l. 2, 3, 4 Operetta 2, 3. 4 Margaret A. Graveline 58 Oak Lane Sachem Staff 4 Personality Club 2 Cheerleader l Operetta 2, 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3 Prom Comm. 3 Grad. Usherette 3 Ann Marie Graziano 46 Pineview Circle Francis R. Greco 43 Twin Oaks Road Jill D. Gregory 72 Woodside Drive Student Store Staff 4 Paul J. Greguoli l9 Brookline Avenue Spanish Club 2 Chess Club 4 Track 3, 4 captain 4, Cross Country 3, 4 captain 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4 Operetta l Lion's Club Pin, Trophy for two-mile record Robert H. Grilfen 62 Anthony Street Chess Club 2, 4 Track l, 2, 3, 4 Cross Country 3, 4 Lion's Club Pin Steven Grimaldi 76 Parkview Drive Walter J. Grzebien 184 North Street Football l, 2 Track l, 2, 4 Gym Show 1 Corleen T. Guilmette 50 Senator Avenue Library Staff 3, 4 Art Club 4 Biology 3 Girls Sports 2 Business Club 3, 4 Eleanor E. Harrington 18 Poinsetti Street Student Council l, 2 Stud. Patrol 3, 4 FTA l, 4 Drama Club l, 2 Art Club l, 2 Personality Club 2, 3, 4 FNA l Biology Club l, 2 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3 Gym Show l, 2 Girls Sports l, 2, 3 Inter-Class P121 1, 2 Operetta I, 2, 3, 4 Class Party Comm' 2, 3, 4 Prom. Comm. 3 rad. usherette 3 Class secretary 2 Denise A. Hawkins 346 Rowley St. Sachem Staff 4 Student Council l, 2, 3, 4 Library Staff 2, 3, 4 TA 2, 3, 4 Drama Club 2, 3, 4 president 4 Spanish Club 2 IRC 4 Inter-Class Pla 2 O eretta l, , 4 Chorus l, 3, 4 Chorale l, 2, 3, 4 Home Room like . 2 Model Congress Dele, 3, 4 Westem Dist Chorus Member 2 Carol J. Heyl 45 Federal Street Sachem Staff 4 FTA 2, 3, 4 Drama Club 4 Ski Club 4 Band 2, 3, 4 librarian 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2, 4 Chorale 3, 4 Western Mass. Dist. Chorus 2 Mark W. Holden l2 Federal Street Gym Show 2, 3, 4 Linda M. Hottin 12 Rowley Street Math Club 2, Chorus 4, Business Club 3, 4 secretary 4 Cheryl M. Jackson 4 247 Colemore Street IRC 3, 4 Student Patrol 4 Majorettes 2, 3, 4 captain 3 featured twrrler l, 2, 3 Color Guard 3, 4 Operetta l Frederick N. Jeserski 15 Hastings Street C nthia Johnson 38 Northwest Street lviirror Staff 3, 4 news editor 4 Library Staff 2 Drama Club l, 2 Personality Club 2, 3, 4 Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4 Ski Club 3, 4 Future Nurses 4 Biology 1, 2 Operetta l, 2, 3 Class Party Comm 4 Prom Comm. 3 Grad. usherette 3 Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4 Clark Jones 323 Southwick Street Jack A. Jones 52 Wright Street Mirror Stalf 3 Robert T. Juliano 19 Broz Terrace Elizabeth Kelley l2 Witheridge Street Marcia J. Kida 23 Sylvan Lane National Honor Society 3, 4 Student Council 3, 4 Student Patrol 3 Personality Club 2, Biology Club 2, 3 Cheerleader l, 3, 4 Majorettes l Chorus l Class Party Comm. 4 Prom Comm. 3 Grad. usherette 3 Karen E. Kimball 43 Brookline Avenue National Honor Society 3, 4 Sachem Staff 4 Student Patrol 3, 4 Sipanish Club 2, 3 secretary 3 Personality Club 2 Girls Sports 2 Color uard 4 Chorus l, 2 Class Party Comm. 4 Prom Comm. 3 Grad. Usherette 3 Richard Kirk 64 Cooley Street Kathleen E. Kosak 56 South West Street Steven Kovalchick 224 Silver Street Frederick J. Kulas 35 Amherst Avenue National Honor Society 3, 4 Camera Club 3, 4 IRC 4 Chess Club 3, 4 Band 3, 4 Dance Band 3, 4 Math Club 3, 4 Operetta 3, 4 Western Mass Math League 3, 4 captain 4 Donna Laflamme 39 Meadow Street. Roderick A. LaMothe 828 North Street Art Club 2, 3, 4 Vice Pres. 3 Michael J. Lancaster 855 Main Street Operetta 2, 3 Donald A. Lederer 233iCooper street Drama Club 2 French Club 2 AVA 2 Cross Country Team 4 Band l, 2, 3, 4 Dance Band 4 Operetta 4 Janice Legrand 95 Elm Street Alan A. Leporati 1026 Springfield Street Radio Club 1 Chess Club 4 Track 4 Cross Country 4 Roderick H. Light 1054 Shoemaker Lane Radio Club l, Chess Club 4 Gym Show 3, 4 Judith Ann Locke 14 Briarcliff Drive Student Patrol 4 Mirror Staff 3, 4 editor 4 FTA 4 Personality Club 2, 3, 4 IRC 3 Girls Sports 3 Inter-Class Play l, 2 Operetta 1, 2 Chorus l Class Party Comm. 4 Home Room Rep. 1, 2 Prom Comm. 3 Grad usherette 3 Gregory E. Lockhart 700 Main St. Ski Club 4 AVA l, 2 Football 2, 3 Basketball 1 Alexander Loss 142 Franklin Street Drama Club 2, 3, 4 Art Club 2, 3, 4 treasurer 4 Radio Club 1, 2, 3 IRC 1, 2, 3, 4 Chess Club l, 2, 3, 4 Football 2 Inter-Class Play 1, 2 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Prom Comm 3 Mary Ann Lutat 95 Harvey Johnson Drive Operetta 2 Chorus l, 2, 3 Linda G. Mabrey 323 Springfield Street Gordon L. MacPherson 420 Springfield Street Ski Club 4 Football l, 2, 3 Track l, 2, 3, 4 Debra L. Madenski 31 Sylvan Lane National Honor Societly 3, 4 Mirror Staff 3 FTA 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 4 Biology Club 2, 3, 4 RC l, 2, 3, 4 Color Guard 3, 4 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Grad. usherette 3 Kid Party Comm. 4 Linda J . Mandrioli ll Pineview Circle Student Patrol 3 Band 1, 2 Paul F. Martin 47 Riverview Avenue National Honor Society 3, 4 Student Council 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Cross Country 2, 3, 4 rom Comm. 3 Class Vice-President 1 Class President 2 Norma J. Massa lc Franklin St. FTA 1, 2, 3 Personality Club 2, 3 Band l, 2, 3, 4 secretary 4 Color Guard 4 Operetta 1, 2, 3 Thomas Mayfield 156 Suffield Street Debra McCullough 113 Cooley St Personality Club 1, 2 Student Store Staff 3 Operetta 1, 2, 3 Chorus 1, 2 Prom Comm. 3 Grad. Usherette 3 Henry B. Meade 252 Silver Street National Honor Society 3, Student Council 4 Student Patrol 2, 3, 4 captain 4 Junior Marshall 3 Steven W. Meister 77 Harvey Johnson Drive Drama Club 1, 2 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 Basketball l Tennis l, 2, 3, 4 captain 4 Inter-Class Play l Class Party Comm. 4 Prom Comm. 4 Ski team 3, 4 co-captain 4 Shirley A. Melanson 844 Main Street Drama Club 2, 3, 4 Personality Club 3, 4 Gary A. Melbourne 23 Ruth Avenue Football 1, 2 Basketball l, 2 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 William C. Melbourne 23 Ruth Avenue Baseball l, 2, 3, 4 Louise M. Mercadante 73 Ottawa Street Personality Club 2, 3, 4 Girls Sports 2 Inter-Class Play 2 Operetta 3 Class Party Comm. 4 Prom Comm. 3 Diane L. Messier 149 Maple Street Personality Club 4 Band l, 2, 3, 4 Janice V. Mierzejewski 62 Colonial Avenue Student Patrol 4 Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4 secretary 4 Spanish Club 2, 3 Personality Club 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 Inter-Class Play l Operetta l, 2, 3, 4 Chorus l Chorale 2, 3, 4 Cynthia L. Milici 21 Virginia Street National Honor Society 3 Student Council 4 Mirror Staff 3, 4 editor-in-chief - 4 Personality Club 2, 3, 4 treasurer 3 Biology Club 2, 3 IRC 2, 3 Cheerleader 4 nter-Class Play 1, 2 Bonnie L. Millar 49 James St. Library Staff 3, 4 Drama Club 2, 3 Art Club l Red Cross 1, 2, 3 president 3 IRC l Grad. usherette 3 Pasquale Misischia 558 Cooper Street Lucille M. Moccio 34 Dartmouth Street Library Staff 3, 4 Student Store Staff 3 Home Room Rep. 1, 2, 3, 4 Peter J. Montagna 43 Highland Avenue Basketball 1, 2 Susan M. Monta a 29 Highland Avenue Library Stali' 3, 4gIFTA 2 Chorus l 32 Colonial Avenue Deborah A. Montanari Personality Club 2, 3, 4 IRC 2 Student Store Staff 4 Class Party Comm. 2 Prom Comm. 3 Daniel W. Moraski 89 Granger Drive Stephen H. Morawski 20 Doane Avenue Steven H. Morris 140 Rowley Street Football 1, 2 Patricia L. Morrisseau 105 Carr Avenue Library Staff 4 Student Store Staff 3 Gym Show 1 Inter-Class Pla 1 Operetta 3 Class Party Comm. 4 Grad. usherette 3 Business Club, 3 Bowling Club 3 Deborah J. Morse 275 Rowley Street Libra Stalf 4 S anish Club 2 Personalit Club 3 RC 2 Cheerlyeader 1 Girls Ilennis 3 Majorettes 1, 2, 3 Home Room Rep. 1 Prom Comm. 3 Linda A. Mortenson 1098 Main Street Library Staff 3 Personality Club 1, 2 Red Cross 1, 2 IRC l, 2 Grad. Usherette 2 Nancy G. Morytko 53 Brien Street Operetta 3 Prom Comm. 3 Richard A. Munsell 55 James Street Ski Club 3 Business Club 4 Football 1 Baseball 1 Victoria M. Munsell 55 James Street Drama Club 1 Operetta 2 John R. Nahajlo 41 Dartmouth Street IRC l Chess Club l Jeffrey P. Nassif 590 Main Street Student Patrol 4 Radio Club 1 Bowling 4 Bruce E. Nunn 49 Columbus Street Nat. Honor Society 3, 4 Chess Club 2 Mass Aetuaries Assoc. Award. Gail M. Nuzzolilli 2 Belmont Avenue Student Store Staff 3 Business Club 3 Carol M. O'Connor 67 Taft Street Gym Show 2, 3, 4 Gym Club 2, 3, 4 Barbara O'Reilly 76 Mountainview Street Sachem Staff 4 Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Reading Club 3, 4 Pres. 4 Band l, 2, 3 Chorus l Operetta 2, 3 Nancy Osolinski 10 Columbus Street Band 1 Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Dcrama Club l, 2, 3, 4 Literary club 3, 4 secretary 4 FTA 2 inter-Class Play 2 National Honor Society 3, 4 Susan D. Parchick 119 Coronet Circle Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 1, 2, 3 IRC 1 Gym Show 1 Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4 Prom Comm 3 Charles B. Parker 531 Franklin Street Ext. Track 2, 3, 4 Cross Country 3, 4 Gym Show 2, 3, 4 Randall W. Parker 58 Valentine Street Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Art Club 4 Ski Club 1 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Inter-Class Play 1, 2 Operetta 1, 2, 3 Prom Comm. 3 Richard A. Paro AVA 1, 2, 3 Football 1 10 Corey Street Charles J. Patnode 18 Briar Hill Road Marla J. Peckham 30 Randall Street Chorus l Prom. Comm. 3 Regina R. Peretti 57 High Street Library Stall' 3, 4 Gym Club 1 Business Club 3 Roland Perkins 16 Sunrise Terrace Richard A. Pe 13 Mooreland Street AVA 3 Football? 1, 2 Ruth Perry 13 Mooreland Street 51 Monroe Street Patrice E. Peterson National Honor Society 3, 4 Sachem Staff 4 Mirror Stall' 3 FTA 2 Reading Club 4 Chorus 1 Class Party Comm. 4 Prom Comm. 3 Michael E. Piccin 63 Poplar Street Football 1, 2, 3, 4 captain 4 Hockey 1, 2, 3 Mary E. Pietroniro 56 Cooper Street Art Club 4 Student Store Stall' 3 Girls Sports 4 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1 Class Party Comm. 4 Prom Comm. 3 Business Club 3 David Pisano 83 Oak Hill Avenue Donald Pisano 83 Oak Hill Avenue Frances A. Pisegna 915 Shoemaker Lane Drama Club 3 Cheerleader 3, 4 Gym Show 3, 4 Girls sports 3 Operetta 2, 3 Chorus 2, 3 Chorale 3 Cherylann Pomeroy 55 North Westfield Street Student Patrol 4 Library Staff 4 Personality Club 1, 2, 3 Ski Club 3, 4 Girls Basketball 3 Gym Show 1, 2 Prom Comm. 3 Business Club 3 Steven J. Pond 873 South Westfield Street Football 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Math Club 4 Paul A. Porlier 327 Springfield Street Drama Club 3 Ski Club 3 Radio Club 2, 3 Camera Club 4 Debating Club 3 Track 1, 2 Dana B. Potter 38 Valentine Street Ski Club 1, 2, 3 Ronald R. Powers 409 North Street Michael Prout 60 South Street Marguerite Provost 54 James Street Willard J. Quackenbush 78 Valentine Street Drama Club 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2 Band 1, 2, 3 Dance Band 1, 2 Robert A. Quinn 59 South Westfield Street Basketball 4 Baseball l, 3, 4 Soccer Team 4 Michael J. Racicot 92 James Street Drama Club 1, 2 Spanish Club 2 French Club 2 AVA 1, 2 Biology Club 3 Debating C ub 1 Track 2 Cross-Country 2 Inter-Class Play 1 Kristine R. Raschi 105 High Street National Honor Society 3, 4 Student Patrol 4 FTA 2, 3 Personality Club 2, 3, 4 Inter-Class Play 1, 4 Chorus 1 Class Party Comm. 3, 4 Prom Comm. 3 Grad. usherette 3 Deborah A. Reed 15 Lincoln Street Biologg Club 2 Student Store Stall' 3, 4 Operetta 1 Prom Comm. 3 Gym lub 1 Business Club 3 Joyce Remington 34 Begley Street Deborah A. Ricco 46 Federal Street Ext. Latin Club 1 FNC 4 Biololgy Club 2 Debating Club 1 Student Store Staff 4 girls basketball 1 ennis 4 Gym Clu l, 4 Operetta 1, 3, 4 Chorus , 2 Class Party Comm. 4 Prom Comm. 3 Gary E. Rivers 103 Spencer St. Susan J. Romanko 27 Belvidere Avenue Student Patrol 4 Personality Club 2, 3, 4 Girls Sports 1, 3 Inter-Class Play 1, 2 Operetta 1 Chorus 1 Class Party Comm. 4 Home Room Rep 1, 2 Catherine J. Romanowski 104 Liberty Street. FTA 2 Art Club 1 Drama Club 2 French Club 3 Personality Club 1 Biology Club 2 Girls Sports 3 Operetta 2 Robert C. Roosa 98 Fairview Street Student Patrol 4 Drama Club 2 Ava 1, 2, 3, 4 Biology Club 2 Baseball 2 Track 1, 2-Inter-Class Play 1 Operetta l, 2 Shirley R. Ross 162 Parkview Drive Student Store Staff 3, 4 Raymond F. Rossi 21 Fairview Street Baseball 1, 2, 3 Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 Mary R. Russell 76 Carr. Avenue Library Staff 4 Drama Club 4 Business Club 3, 4 Inter-Class Play 2 Kathryn A. R er 36 Southwick Street Student Patrol,4 FTA l Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Personality Club 1, 2, 3 Biolo Club 1, 2, 3 IRC 1, 2, 3 Girls Sports 2 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Inter-Cliyss Plaly 1, 2 Operetta 1, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorale 1, 2, 3, 4 District C onrs Linda E. St. Peter 62 Cooley Street Art Club 3, 4 exc. board 4, Operetta 3, 4 Prom Comm. 3 Christine J. Santaniello 21 Meadow Street Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Biology Club 2, 3 Operetta 1, 2, 3 Margaret R. Santinello 20 Federal Avenue Linda A. Sapelli 427 Meadow Street Chorus 3 Richard F. Sassarone 387 Adams Street Biology Club 3 Radio Club 2, 3 Football 1 Inter-Class Play 2 Ronald V. Sassarone 387 Adams Street. Biology Club 2 Football I Sherry A. Sausville 54 Charles Street National Honor Society 3, 4 FTA l Art Club 2, 3, 4 sec. 3 pres. 4 Operetta 3, 4 Prom Comm, 3 Michael C. Scafuri 17 Cleveland Street National Honor Society 3 Nanci J. Scala 1181 River Road Sapanish Club 1 Personality Club 2, 3, 4 FNC 1 Red Cross 1, 2 amera Club 1 Class Party Comm 2, 3, 4 Prom. Comm 3 Grad. usherette 3 Dolores L. Scherpa 24 Tower Terrace FTA 3, 4 vice pres. 4 Spanish Club 4 Personality Club 3, 4 Inter-Class Play 1 John W. Sche a 6 Althea Circle Sachem Staff? Drama Club 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 1, 2 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 treas. 3 lpres. 4 Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Inter-Class Play 1, 2 Operetta 1, 2, 3, Class Party Comm. 3 Prom Comm. 3 Boys State 3 Jeffrey G. Schlagel 490 North Westfield Street Russell L. Scott 49 Barney Street Mirror Staff 4 Ski Club 4 Jay J. Shea 15 Potomic Place Football 1, 2, 3, 4 captain 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain 4 Victoria J. Shibley 17 Rowley Street Student Patrol 3, Personality Club 2, 3, 4 Red Cross 1 Beth M. Stansfield 57 Day Street National Honor Society 3, 4 Sachem Staff 4 FTA 2, 3, 4 Kenneth G. Stawasz 264 Magnard Street Biology Club 1, 2. 3 Hockey 3, 4 Golf' 1, 2, 3, 4 Linda A. Strole 1121 River Road Library Staff 3, 4 Personality Club 2 Red Cross 1 Biology Club 2, 3 Home Room Rep 2, Grad. usherette 3 Victoria A. Subotin 28 Vizlginia Street FTA 2, Drama Club 2 Personality Club 2 Ski Club 4 Re Cross 1, 2 Biology Club 2 Chemistry Club 1, 2 Girls Sports 2 Sheryl A. Swartz 16 Stanley Place Personality Club 1. 2 Red Cross 1 Business Club 3 Color Guard 3. 4 Steven R. Sweeney 35 North Westfield Street Mirror Staff 4 Basketball 1, 2 Inter-Class Play 1 Richard H. Taylor 268 South Westfield Street Robert K. Therien 106 Hamilton Circle Janet L. Thompson 16 Carol Drive National Honor Society 3, 4 Student Patrol 4 Mirror Staff 3 FTA 2, 4 FNC 3 Chorus 1 Sachem Stafl'4 Tina A. Tinnimeyer 74 Line Street Business Club 3, 4 Biology Club 2 Girl Sports 1, 2 Band 1 Chorus 1, 2, 3 Paul W. Toelken 32 Elm Street Camera Club 4 Adam Tomaszewski 1136 Adams Street Marjorie A. Tomski 1219 Main Street National Honor Society 3, 4 Sachem Staff 4 Student Patrol 4 Mirror Staff 3 FTA 1, 3, 4 French Club 3 IRC 3, 4 Reading Club 4 Operetta 1 Prom Comm 4 Karen A. Torre 18 Fox Farm Road. Library Staff 3, Art Club 4 Student Store Staff 3, 4 Operetta 3 Theresa Trimboli 49 Royal Street Michael R. Tyler 16 Lealand Avenue Drama Club 4 Ski Club 3, 4 Basketball 1 Track 2 Inter-class Play 1, 2 Operetta 2, 3 James D. Valenti A 379 Sprin field Street National Honor Society 3, 4 Student Council 1 Student Patrol 4 Ski Club 3, 4 vice pres. 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 Baseball 1 Track 2, 3, 4 Prom Comm. Paul R. Vella 10 Alfred Court Student Patrol 4 Ski Club 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 captain 4 Baseball 1, 3, 4 Frank A. Verteramo 319 Meadow Street Ski Club 4 Rosemarie Vetro 76 Parker Street. National Honor Society 3 Library Staff 3 Student Store 3 Vicki M. Viens 94 Witheridge Street Drama Club 1, 2 IRC 1 Business Club 3 Operetta 2 Home Room Rep 1 Grad. Usherette 3 G-ary D. Vignato 66 Columbus Street Biology Club 2 Business Club 3 Randy L- Wall 269 North Street Track 2 Gym Show 1, 2, 3 Carol A. Waniewski 425 South Westfield Street Library Staff 4 Drama Club 1, 2 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 Red Cross 1, 2 IRC 2 Home Room Rep. 2 Grad. Usherette 3 Hen? P, Waniewski h 397 South Westfield Street Ski lub 1, 2, 3, 4 Biology Club 3 Track 3, 4 Cross Country 3, 4 Gym Show 2 Robert A. Waniewski 417 South Westfield Street National Honor Society 4 Sachem Staff 4 Student Council 3 Ski Club l, 2, 4 Biology Club 2 Football 1, 2, 3 Track 2, 3, 4 co-captain 4 Math Club 4 Class Party Comm. 4 Prom Comm. 3 Ski Team 4 As Schools Match Wits Team v altemate Theodore F. Waterman 97 Walnut Street Football 2 Susan R. Webster 64 Emerson Road Barbara West 69l Mill Street Cheryl B. White 608 Meadow Street Ext. Drama Club 2 Personality Club 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 2 Biology Club 2, 3 IRC 2, 3 Student Store Staff 2 Gym Show 2 Girls Sports 2 Bulletin Staff 4 Robert D. White 271 Cooper Street Gym Show 2 Alice R. Whittier 385 North Westfield Street Personality Club 2, 3 IRC 2, 3 Gym Show l, 2, 3 Home Room Rep. 2 Prom Comm. 3 Joan M. Wierzbowski l67 South Westfield Street National Honor Society 3, 4 Sachem Staff 4 Library Staff 4 Sgnanish Club 2 IRC 2, 3 Spanish National Honor Society 2 Bulletin tati' 4 David B. Wiley 73 Southwick Street Ski Club 4 Basketball l Golf 2 James A. Wiley 109 South Park Terrace Ski Club 3, 4 Football 3 Hockey 3, 4 Cheryl I. Wilson 5 Autumn Street National Honor Sociecty 3, 4 FTA l, 2, 3, 4 Personality Club 2, 3 Band l, 2, 3, 4 Color uard 3, 4 Operetta l, 2, 3, 4 Stuart D. Wilson 293 Leonard Street IRC l Chess Club 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Cross Country 2, 3, 4 Juanita M. Wood l63 Florida Drive Alan K. Wright 364 Suffield Street Student Council 3, 4 Mirror Staif 4 French Club 3, 4 Chess Club l Basketball l, 2, 4 Golf l, 2, 3 Track 4 Cross Country l, 2, 3 Harold S, Wright 29 Wright Street Camera Club l, 2, 3, 4 Chess Club 2 Frederick Wyatt 42 Warren Street Linda D. Young 997 North Westfield Street Chorus l, 2, 3 fn A -""' 1-'f-wvff''12-:effgfwrfwtllsatngmgsammgwammwM, S 5 i 2, M. 2 .A .,., 1 . S i Ballot B0 X 5 i C- .A t,.,,.t...,.,w at Eileen Burns, Most William Barker, Most Denise Hawkins, Most Likely to Succeed Talented Actor Talented Actress Gordon MacPherson, Class Chatterbox, Comedian, Personality Cynthia Johnson and Gregory Lockhart, Miss and Mr. AHS Splill Linda Mortenson, John Scherpa, Susan Brown, Most Shy Class lVIl1SlClaI1 C1355 Musician l f--Q ' I--.. :rms 5 George Bickford, Mr. Senior, Most Likely to Succeed, Most Friendlyg Cynthia Johnson, Michael COr1n0lly. Class Individual and Wil Miss enior, Most Friendly, Popular, Personality Frances Pisegna, Class Athlete Paul Vella, Class Athlete, Most Popular Barbara Compton, Class Individual 173 Best Looking: Judith Benjamin and Steven Grimaldi Alice Whittier, Class Wit, Comedienne Most Mischievous l Janice LeGrand, Best Dressed Alan Edwards, Most Talented Artist Karen Kimball, Most Talented Artist Alan Wright, Best Dressed 17 4 Class Flirts: Marcia Kida and James Valenti I Deborah Dubour, Class Chatterbox Miss IQ Kristine Raschi, Class Idealist, Most rian Blackburn, Class Idealist, Mr. 2 Inquisitive t n Janet Thompson, Most Likely to Succeed, Robert Davis, Most Inquisitive Judith Benjamin, Class Lady Robert Waniewski, Class Gentleman 175 The Destined Time lv l, V 7 I, QUR OLH S Hhs REBCHED Th' TES '- TINEO TIME J THE fu1f:z r I1 Q al' + ' -- I' , , jiT lei 1 J 1 -l ' ii . Sen -Son -ro W ' HIM- H1 I1 I 1. I I-S V M-F' . "W H V gi I r Y-V ,V El 1? l I , WY, , 7 I I V lg --i H Y ,W W,,,,,,,,,WvW H lY'i ,q, 4 Q . HDST ' IN -- To LINE v li: 1. A I Q lr 2 - U' i ., ,,., -,vi i f , QQ, A ' 3 T J1 THF uE ' NEW BE CAFE " sl 14 f l' A cz: W 1 U W 'V fr V ' , P' I 55-' ga: p gl.. 'Ili 2. out PHTHS HHEFIQ LIE FHR, HND UIFDE TJMES wlLL BOTH BE GOOD HND BHD 'BUT STILL wE'1.L STHE7' 'Ra SEEKUHJQ 60015 LLSING mEm'RIE'5 TO cuoosi OUR RQLES. Music HND LYQIC5 BY CHROL HEYL?y The ominous note sounded by that bleak November evening of the massive power failure was not a barometer of the events of 1965- 1966. Instead, scientific progress, the promotion of civil liberties, and the launching of the "Great Societyi' highlighted the initial phase of the class of 69,s tenure at Agawam High School. As the Gemini astronauts executed the first walk in space, the class took its first step in the establishment of its identity by the election of class officers: Harry Camyre, Thomas Henry, Ellie Harrington, and Paul Martin. In the spring, the enthusiasm resulting from the long-running Broadway performances "How to Succeed" and 'SFunny Girl,' infected the Agawam thespians as they produced uMusic Man? In- augurating their acting careers in major roles were William Barker, Robert Allard, and Thomas Henry. The deaths of such prominent figures as Malcolm X, Winston Churchill, and Albert Schweitzer, as well as the civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, made the freshmen aware of the political and social obligations demanded of their generation. As The Class Of 1969 Took Its First Steps Shortly after school opened in the fall of 1966, the Baltimore Orioles defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers in four straight games to capture the World Series title. That same season, the Agawam football team successfully defended its first place position in the A.A. Conference for the third year by winning its 26th consecutive game. 1966 was a year marked by many unique accomplishments. Indira Gandhi was selected the first woman prime minister of India, Lurleen Wallace became the first woman governor in the U.S., and Edward Brooke was elected the first Negro senator. Keeping in line 177 with these innovations, the Student Council sponsored a Battle of the Bands and the sophomores produced two class plays. For their performances in these productions, Michaelene Dalton received the best actress award while William Barker and Nancy Osolinski were runners-up. Class activities that year were led by Paul Martin, George Bickford, Eleanor Har- rington, and Cynthia Johnson. As the 1966-67 school year came to a close, James Meredith led the civil rights march across Mississippi, and the Sophomore Class eagerly looked forward to finally becoming upperclassmen. A Year Of Firsts to Strobe lights and iiashing colors set the psychedelic atmosphere in- dicative of the hippie movement for the Junior Class dance Mlncense and Peppermintsv. In contrast to this electric setting was the serene and romantic atmosphere of the junior-senior prom "Rhapsody in Blue',. A highlight of the enchanting evening was the crowning of queen Linda Edwards, who reigned over the night's events. For the iirst time the class of ,69 became more aware of the political scene by taking an active interest in the presidential campaign. Practical experience in the functioning of government was gained by Donna Ashton, who attended Girls, State, as well as George Bickford and John Scherpa, who attended Boys' State. Among the firsts of l968 were successful heart transplants, lunar orbiting, and Killy,s three gold medals in the Olympics. Agawam's junior class could also boast firsts of its own: three members on the HAS Schools Match Witsl' team, George Huba's early acceptance at Lafayette College, as well as official status as upperclassmen. The year was also one of anxiety and anticipa- tion as many juniors competed in 178 .-.:mv4"""""4-W the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test and made plans for the future by taking college board exams. The sober note sounded by the assassinations of two prominent political figures reminded the Juniors of their future responsibili- ties. Graduation, too, made them aware of the proximity of their own entrance into a complex world situation. Graduation was not only a portent of things to comeg it also proved to be a very rewarding experience, particularly for junior marshalls Julie Alvigini and Henry Meade. cf l Year For Change The changing scene characteristic of the 60's saw full expression as the Class of 69 entered its senior year. As revolution hit college campuses, the election scene, and Czechoslovakia, as well as in the theater and arts, Agawam,s student body changed its passive nature and became actively involved in the school scene. Led by the initiative of Brian Blackburn, the Student Council organized a student-faculty committee to in- NOMINAT sv HIC AG ESTAP vestigate important issues and organized a winter carnival weekend. Seniors also demonstrated political concern as the presidential election approached and made their interest known in the school committee selection. George Bickford's position as president of the Massachusetts Association of Student Councils and Michael Connollyis participation as Governoris Day representative accented the involvement of the Class of 69 in the field of politics. There were new breakthroughs on the Vietnam front as extended talks were carried on in Paris and also on the football field as the AFL showed its mettle by upsetting the favored NFL power for the first time. Athletics played an important role in Agawam High School as well. The basketball team distinguished our school by obtaining a berth in the Western Mass. tournament. The overwhelming success of the 'SAS Schools Match Wits' team, as evidenced by their victory in the championship round, and the distinction Brian Blackburn and Richard Cimma attained through their NMSQT finalist status were representative of the educational goals 179 of our school. In addition to the strictly educational function of Agawam High School, its extra- curricular nature was revealed through many outside activities. While operetta leads Denise Hawkins and Bill Barker, as well as hundreds of others, were involved in rehearsals for '6How to Succeed", our first Winter Carnival proved to be a success, with the senior class capturing first prize in the snow sculpture contest. Modern transportation facilities were exploited both here and in England when an epidemic of Cuban plane hijackings occurred and our friends, The Beatles, created "Yellow Sub- marine? Our senior year was a time of launching into new directions for many people. A farewell party was given for Mr. Fassnacht on his leaving for a new position at East Longmeadow, and a number of students were accepted at various colleges across the country. And, graduation marked the end of high school careers for members of the Class of 1969 and the beginning of a search for self-fulfillment by each. Senior Class O cers George Bickford, President Brian Blackburn, Vice President Cynthia Johnson, Treasurer Eileen Burns, Secretary In Memory Of Is there beyond the Silent Night An endless day? "Declaration of the Free" Stanza I6 Willia.m Bemadera - g I Memorial to Captain Edward "Ned" Connelly, Jr. Honoring All Who Served Our Country in Viet Nam 181 Sachem Staff Jo-Ann Della Guistina, Assoc. Editor, Robert Waniewski, Editor-in-Chiefl Janet Thompson, Assoc. Editor The staff relaxes waiting for meeting to start Donna Ashton, Literary Ed., Diane DiDonato, Business, Carol Heyl, Class Song Senior Directory: Peggy Graveline, Barbara O'Reilly, Ed. Layout: Patrice Peterson, Karen Kimball, Carol Goodwin, Ed. Ballot Box: Gail Amold, John Scherpa, Ed., Patricia Doyle Photography: Alan Edwards, Beth Stansfield, Ed., Michael Connolly Sports: Michael DiDonato, Donald Conkey, Ed., Thomas Branchini Absent from pictures: Joan Wierzbowski, Business Ed. Marjorie Tomski, Copy Ed., Barbara George, Sally Colli Literary 183 A Time T0 G0 Forth K 9 I S We attempted, in this book, to capture the seasonal moods of the activity, the work, the fun and the experiences of the past year. Our change of c aracter from unburdened underclassmen to mature graduates preparing for the responsibilities of life was an enormous transformation to undergo in a year,s time. 184 !4 ik2P'?9 The 1969 Sachem Staff sincerely thanks the following people for their assistance: Mr Donald Lendry, American Yearbook Representative, Mr Edward Carlson, Loring Studios, Mr. David Pulaski and Mr. Blynn photographers, and especially Mr. Robert Peters, advisor. Ma Wg? 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