Agawam High School - Sachem Yearbook (Agawam, MA)

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1972 Sachem Q Agawam High School Agawam, Massachusetts Volume 45 WE'VE ONLY JUST BEGUN We've only just begun to live, White lace and promises A kiss for luck and we're on our way. We've only begun. Before the rising sun we fly, So many roads to choose l We start out walking and learn to run. And yes, we've just begun. s Sha ring horizons that are new to us, Watching the signs along the way, Talking it over just the two of us, Working together day to day Together . . . And when the evening comes we smile, So much of life ahead, g We'Il find a place where there's room to grow, And yes, we've just begun. WE'VE -S5 X ONLY JUST BEGUN gp ff f-fl f f' i in 1:5953 'H 351 - i ,zgxw Q ., 1 . K2 "'ffW M W -W ,. ---- ww-A W wwf w,Mfqr I Wm 51156 ,X 4.-Q, x,,k-Mmm.. .f ' ,s,s1eg1g. wm:w " ' f ww.. 3 au K . ' , 4 , gi LA ,L ul an ,L mf , r Q T, J ,, f 5, Q -.,'?. 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Anonymous Faculty Confidence If we grope for confidence to go Alongthe road now fraught with strife and pain If our progress seems eternally slow, And the clouds overhead are black with rain, We would feel more secure if we should know Above the storm there is a star's bright glow. It is shining in the distance to bring Us courage to go on a balm of trust: To this radiance we must cling. Kathleen Henry Harris 18 Mr. James Clark Superintendent of Schools 1954-1971 Administration and in that faith let us to the end, dare to do our duty as we understand it." Abraham Lincoln Dr. Robert Gardner, Superintendent Mr PaulA Tatro Principal Mr. John A Morrissey and Mr David Theodorowlcz "Let us have faith that right makes mighty 'fl nf' Mr. Paul C. Cavallo ....,,,,.-.M-N Mrs, Elaine Bellico 1'5- Guidance "Advice is like sriowg the softer it falls the longer it dwells upon, andthe deeper it sinks into the mind." Samuel Taylor Coleridge Ci Mr, John G. Porter .sw.x'S Q -was A A 4 'S English Mrs. Miriam Mackler Miss Judith Bonkowski -4 Miss Pamela Norris 22 "lt is the province of Knowledge to speak, and it is the privilege of wisdom to listen." Oliver Wendell Holmes Mrs. Betty C. Dugan "Knowledge is the only elegance." Emerson s -I . x -. is J ', . ..::: e .E -'- I X 5 g8D"" .Q-4' .44 if Mrs. Rosemary Stratton Mr. Richard Badone l ,Y len-1-.-g Mr, James D. White Mrs. Priscilla Andrews Mr. Albert Baggetta ,Q-Q '.,f sig l-.. .,,l Mrs. Evelyn Hamilton Mrs. Mildred Reed 23 "To know that we know what we know, and that we do not know what we do not know, that is true knowledge." Henry D. Thoreau Mr. Robert Plasse Mrs. Dorothy Holmes, Librarian Mr. John E. Petrone Mrs. Jeanne Carter W- ww- W4--ummm-mvmf Physical Education ' '... if we are strong, our strength will speak for itself. If we are weak, words will be no help." John F. Kennedy Mr. Clifford Kibbe, Athletic Director Mrs. Miriam Hirschhaut Mr. Joseph Modzelewski Miss Dorothy R. Hastings Mr. Howard J. Murphy, Jr. F1 Mathematics "Mathematics possesses not only truth, but supreme beauty . . V Bertrand Arthur William Russell 4 Mr. John H. Whalley, 3rd ntl' Mr. Walter G. Willard, Jr. Miss Jane A. Durkan, Dept. Head W fn.. K E E Mrs. Miriam Sherman Mr. Leo E. Burque Mr. David Pulaski I r..- Mui' Mr. Roger A. Leclerc Miss Madeline T. Hayes X, 4? sg vkgv L, Social Studies Miss Teresa Rose Scovera Mr. Joseph S. Zabielski Mr. Lawrence P. Sheehan Mrs. Marie A. Mazza . ..... ..... . l as-L Mr. John J. Ferranti Mr. Wayne C. Morse Mr. Edward G. Merriii Mr. Joseph P. Fitzgerald Mr. Lee W. Nacewicz Mr. Leon W. Brunelle, Dept. Head Lf- ak! "History is the witness of the times, the light ofthe truth, the life of memory, the schoolmistress of life . . Cicero 29 Science "Science is the systematic classification of experience." George Henry Lewes Mr. Russell J. Raman Mr. E. Gregory Norton I Mr. Arthur G. Gage 1 Mrs. Elaine M. Snieder Mr. Richard H. Joseph Mr. Harold Clark, Dept. Head Mr. Kenneth I. Dean Mr. John M. Fahey Mr. Ralph Zavarella i Jin-...,., Language u-a-,V Q, , W, - , -Wg., H Mrs. Helen B. Krajewski N m,,,.A.,,.,,,..,-.--o-"-e-- 32 Mrs. Hasmig Balsewicz . ikx tit. wr' 'Si - ,ze ,, es . geese. ,V fr' , q H211 NNT. M., . 'rs if if is. fa 'Ng Miss Ida C. Moggio, Dept. Head "Every language is a temple in which the soul of those who speak it is enshrined." O.W. HOIITIGS Miss Sandra C. Stone .fKi:.f.' f - i'Vf?9s.- 1 if-. Mrs. Frances Barefield Business "The business of America is business." Calvin Coolidge Mrs. Arlene J. Mazza Mr. Rodolfo Altobelli, Dept, Head Mrs, Beverly J. Baggetta I air, i HIM XT 1, -W' r H V 1.4-i a rf H a:.M4'i'f,v5Qf. y sw. Mrs, Phyllis Robbins Mr. Charles Donovan I- "He may not score, and yet he helps to Who makes the Hit that brings the Runner Arthur 'iZ""" X 'mu Mr. John F. Greene Special Education Mr, Roland H. Pressey Audio Visual Director BNN r M Q 311 f if e 535 Z5 QE: 2 fx Qi? 5 if 1 N r r Y Mr. Robert A. Gilmore Data Processing Special Areas L Art And Music "AH arts are one W. W. Story Mrs. Mary Wuesthoff sf 4 'ir K+ '-su. hm - f ...naw Mr. Darcy Davis, Jr., Supervisor Miss Geraldine A. Schilling Home Economics Mrs. Marjorie Campanella Mrs, Susan Alexander Philo HMM N,,,,.....- ng-an . '74 -,Y :i ' ir:'311fif1?QQ--- N- Y 'vu f Office Personnel "Learn to live, and live to learn, Ignorance like a fire doth burn, Little tasks make large return." Bayard Taylor . l-.t wus, Mrs. Frances Leclerc Miss Diane Ratcliffe Mrs. Martha Jerry Mrs. Dorothy Eggleston Mrs. Elizabeth Barry .,-""' Mrs. Judy Paul Dieticians, Custodians . C E "Something attempted, something done." Longfellow Mr. Carmen Rossi and Mr. Nino Bellini 'Ni Z, S fs ts . , ' if 55: C f h "" 3 Mrs. Catherine O'Keefe andMrs. Barbara Riggott . A'-M'-m,A,..-. t Y k, 5 Mrs. Grey E we Mrs. Catherine Haiiarnan. Nurse Mr. Frank Cremonti-Crj-, Attendance Officer an Q W tw was We start out walking A.. ...QT- Qfw. and learn to run Cheerleaders "Make posters Monday!" "Practice tonight at 7 0'- clock!" "Rally first period!" The A.H.S. spirit leaders are constantly preparing new cheers, decorating the cafete- ria or the gym, and cheering the team to victory. The memorable events ofthe year include the West Side and Holyoke rallies. Special recognition is given to Miss Has- tings for her helpful guidance. ...-ul"' Each year Miss Hastings supervises the rigorous try-outs which girls A iunior cheerleader, Mary Morin, industriously works to prepare interested in becoming A.H.S. varsity cheerleaders must undergo so the gym for the West Side rally. thatthey can exhibit theirabilities to the judging student body. The energetic varsity cheerleaders of Agawam High are Peggy Gacona, Mary Morin, Sandy Haidemenos, Peggy Polopek, Susan Heywood, Donna Keefe, Linda Howe, Joanne Leger, Dianna Ploof, and Lydia Balboni. L12 The varsity seniors of the cheerleaders are Sandra Haidernenos. Susan Heywood. Donna Keefe, Lnnda Howe, Dianna Ploof, and Joanne Leger. Leading the Agawam SPWT and the CWGGVS are the great Donna Keefe gives Coach Kibbe a gift of remembrance. ten, OurA.H.S.cheerleaders A krss In exchange for a corsage to wear at tomor- row'S game, Football The Agawam Football team played a fine season despite its many injuries. The Brownies started the season in excellent fashion with a stunning 34-O victory over Greenfield. Although hampered by the injuries to start- ing seniors Frank Santinello, Peter Shibley and Randy White, the Brownies were never really out of a game. Many fine performances can also be attributed to se- niors George Hill, Don Capponcelli, Brad Hedges, Don Young, Tom Locke, Bill Daudelin, and Paul DiDonato. The team compensated well for the positions which had to be replaced. Underclassmen Mark Sterling, Steve Mason, Jeff Locke, Shawn Sullivan, and Dave Mason filled the gap where needed. These and many other future prospects will PROVE to be the making of a championship team in coming years. t ax.. .-adv' Mr. Modzelewski and Mr. Kibbe transact a play to achieve atrium phant victory over our opponents. The Brownies prepare to meet any play to conquer their way towards victory. 44 w,mJ'iu. , , , , A.H.S. senior members of the Varsity Football Team. VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM CO-CAPTAINS: Don Young, Tom Locke, George Hill, Brad Hedges, Frank Santinello under the direction of Coach Clifford Kibbe. nfl First row: Ed Daudelin, Peter Shibley, Frank Santinello, Donald Young, Tom Locke, George Hill, Brad Hedges. Paul DiDonato, Bill Daudelin. Second row: Shawn Sullivan, Jeff Locke, Mark Sterling, Donald Capponcelli, Randy White, Steve Mason, Frank Talbot, Al Sapelli. Third row: Rick Loncrini, Pete Longhi, Preston Perreault. Scott Barker. David Micholak, David Mason, Mark DeForge, Mike Richards, Frances Marchand. Fourth row: Mike Losito, Bruce Winne. Joseph Ramah, John Martino. Robert Pelley, John Bonavita, Mark Bierschied, Steve Draghetti. Fifth row: Coach Modzelewski, Dan Borkosky. Raymond Armfield. Kevin Sullivan, Bill Zerbinopoulos. Paul Broz, Ed Gibson, Anthony Mercadante. Coach Miller. Sixth row:Coach Kibbe, Dan Gloster. Cliff Kibbe, Ray Barberi, Wendell Proir, John Dymon. Dennis Murphy, Ray Fay. Coach Murphy. 45 Animas. Pete Shlbley and Jeff Locke prepare for an oncoming play. A .,..:!n. Frank Sanfinello. Agawams leading offensive rusher, attempts to break a tackle. Agawam's quarterback Pete Shibley calls another offensive play against "The Terriers." 46 Senior starters George l-lill, Frank Santinello and Tom Locke relaxing before the game. The Brownies return to the locker room to plan second half strategy. After receivingthe kick-off, Bill Daudelin rushes up the fieiu to gain ya rdage. x.. ifit, , ' VIQITMR - - Girls' Field Hockey GIRLS' FIELD HOCKEY TEAM OF 1972 ROW 1: Karen Carruthers, Susan Ghedi, and Bella Frasco. ROW 2: Miss Hastings, Lisa Trimboli, Nancy Beauregard, Dori Ann Chmielewski. Norma Baillie. Candy Galluchi, Deb Nostin, Paula Christopher, and Barbara Gallup. ROW 3: Linda Oliver, Joanne Morawski, Holly Garvey, Val Janulewicz, Carole Kane, Joanne Draghetti, and Elsie Sweet. Absent when taken: Ann McCaffrey, Bella Frasco, senior Susan Ghedi, senior Karen Carruthers, senior This was the first year for a Girls' Field Hockey Tearn at Agawam High: a year of gaining experience and of building techniques, Coached by Miss Hastings. the girls improved tremendously during their rookie season. Senior starters were Karen Carruthers, Donna Corbin, Bella Frasco and Susan Ghedi. Up coming juniors in- clude Ann McCaffrey and Holly Garvey. A game against the "super" faculty was the highlight ofthe team's season. Donna Corbin, senior i 4 7 Track The 1971 Track team, under the direction of coaches Greg Norton and Peter Frasca, finished second in the league. Senior members who are returning to the track team to try to improve upon last year's record are Ralph Morin, Al Montagna, Frank Grabinski, Ed Rivers, Tom Acquaro, Carl Roberts, and Bob Olson. These distance runners should keep the team in close competition with their opponents. Underclassman, Hal Stuart, will be the work- horse of the squad and will be expected to break many old records as a runner. Junior, Joe Pisano, should also be an asset to the team in the javelin throw. With the graduation of many members of the squad, the team will continue its rebuilding. ,.?...l.. 1971 TRACK TEAM First row: Bob Morin, Nick Longhi, Marcel Ouimet, Wayne Gates Dave Tangredi Kevin Sullivan Dana Raymond Paul Suffriti Danny Sullivan, Steve Cimma, Mike Simonds. Second row: David LeGrand Ed Rivers Tom Acquaro Frank Grabinski Ralph Morin Al Montagna John Robertson, Don Taddia. Third row: Bill Zerbinopoulos, Joe Pisano Steve Geckler Lou Ramah David Harriman Robert Bouley Andrew Rob bins. Fourth row: Coach Peter Frasca, James Marcus, Tom Lucia, Rob Fecowicz Hal Stewart Robert Robbins Coach Gregory Norton 48 n- xi 1 , , i - f my , w.....,, "W Qin- -:uh f, 5... 4 - nz. ics- v ,, A I ' , Aw ' I Q!!! -. 'wif i1f'T,.WM' 1' A ,l , 4 ,Q ,, S K fit", X . NS W W' 'lx 4 . ., ' ,ff ' H!':"5 f ' ' e I Z egij,v K il: I ' 71 ' , 'S' W ' 5 u' xm g,,,. 9 , . A,-, f,k,. . . swf- , ' , 4252 'M Q, . . .M V M y 7 -fr 2 5. , . , - H521 QQ: Y E 'He -ef,-,gwk A gf Q 4 ,ga gin? if . . .fp X f ,,,,,.Q-1 . , U ,gm+..,,. me Y na x ' 5 fx j', v, ' J- E :Q Vw 'wr-Q gh, ,HQ QQ 5 I f L Q, lsyil -,..-w.y,.5 ,.-l 1 . , ,if A .V :fmt V' 4 's x",x ..'1k' 4- ' Q n. - MET W ag E :Vw,.r, -m .M . 4, , Q Kibbe's basketball squad got off night victory against South plagued with misfortune and 71- 72 season were seniors Jam Roberts and lies un its great Klbbe the team year "Jump it up, Steve boy, jump it up!" A.H.S. starting line-up: Jimmy Roberts, Peter Shibley, Steve Roberts, Carl Roberts and Steve Byrne. 1971-72 VARSITY TEAM Kneeling: Co-captains Steve Roberts and Peter Shibley. Standing: Coach Kibbe, Ken Maynard, Chip Johnson, John Davies, Ed Faits, Carl Roberts, Steve Byrne, Walter Ugolick, Ted Oliver, Gary Robinson, Jimmy Roberts and Robert Bouley. Peter Steve Cari Roberts 2 Dagies .W if Roberts 7 - 'ff' was N-,X C X Wm! if fe HMM Il!! .lglk C 40.1 Ux jfamgx 1 4 x cf? 31 Ji: 3 A 1 i m1 , M w 6 5 A0 l . YW ' W si ,f. - ': Q1g:,2, ,tif' ',A:1f 1 gg? ?MQ?'W ' QQQ??QN,i ?Yy?f : ' , afWiw mfWimi in EE 2 ? ig! lhgghgl agsigg! ! i ua I ti Q 9 l 9 ' Qi 3 Wfixffg 45 Ei s .1 3 LW? will l vii 4? 3 9 i, ,xii 6 ' if K 5 - , I 1 ' - A s Mg 4 ge Q 'U Ili WNV J ' 9 i if ii ff Laurine oemon s her shooting abilities. We il' hw. wg .F i A fi' Ei F' DaIMolm and ff,.3:fQiAgi.g5L2fz'i fr A sv 4 1, X ig? ' 2 35: Senior defenseman, Bill "Lumpy" Morrissey prepares for a shot on goa . Senior Jim Nolin streaks after the puck. Hockey Agawam's Hockey team looked very impressive this year under the leadership of new head coach, Russell Ramah, and his assistant, Richard Badone. The team is now play- ing in the tougher Berry Division and has surprised many hockey fans with its aggressive play. Early in the season, the Brownies fell short of beating Cathedral and Classi- cal by only three goals, and shocked archrivals, West Springfield, with a 1-1 tie. Agawam's senior members, Bill Sapelli and Don Wheeler are expected to be the top goal-getters for the team. Mike Moreau and Jim Nolin have also played a big role in the front line. Senior defensemen, Jay Collina and Bill Mor- rissey were the protectors of junior goalie, Doug Janik. The Brownies' future looks bright with junior forwards, Tom Ennis, Bud Ramah, Barry Economidy, Jamie Fen- ton, and Rick Loncrini. The defense also appears strong with underclassmen Brian Telford, Scott Brown, and John Martino. The Brownies have an excellent back-up goalie with Gary Brown. Co-captain and center-iceman, Don Wheeler, comes to a quick halt. AHS VARSITY HOCKEY TEAM Front Row: Jay Collina, Billy Morrissey, Mike Moreau, Don Wheeler, Jim Nolin, Bill Sapelli. Back Row: Dean Merca- danteg manager, Coach Ramah. Brian Colby, Rick Loncrini, Preston Perreault. Doug DiBiasio, Gary Brown. Bud Ramah, Barry Economidy, Tom Fenton, Doug Janik, Tom Ennis, Brian Telford, Pete Longhi, John Martino, Scott Brown, Steve Gould, Jamie Fenton, Dave Mason, Al Sapelliz man- ager, Mr. Badone: assistant coach. .1 x, , i Mike Moreau, senior forward, slams on the brakes in a pre-game drill. Co-captain and senior center, Bill Sapelli, stirs things up on the ice 55 Doug DiBiasio and Pete Longhi move in for a score. Third year manager, AI Sapelli, sticks with his job. A triumphant Agawam team after a score. First line defenseman, Brian Telford, chases after the W puck. Rookie coach, Russ Ramah, advises the team for the next period of play. Barry Economidy controls the puck long enough to set up another Agawam play. Ski Team The ski team got off to a late start this year as a result of the unco-operative weather conditions. The lack of deep snow required for racing has delayed all the meets of the Western Mass. League. Mr. Joseph, the coach, assisted by Don Filiault, has had the team in vigorous practice and conditioning since November. Senior skiers leadingthe team are, Bob Meis- ter, Dan Caroleo, Paul Scales, Bob Castellanos, and John Robertson. Returning Iettermen are: Greg Meister, Jim Marcus, and newcomers Stan Subotin and George Plante. Judging by their previous records and the experience of the team, it seems Agawam will have another winning season this year. 12. Wuilil. , , V iwifsysfw its f is s 935, 1 QQ A i ifiaagatg 5 sy Rama,-swf, Qi 3 'L '.ji45,ig5" 15' 5 4. ,L Q' Q n if "M 'if , ji, 'rv' -in ,ig ,gg Y 1 1, W . f, V' ,. if fi ,, if Q Y' in A Ne 1 A Soccer The Agawam Soccer team had a fine season despite its 4 -8 record. Coach Willard and his assistant Mr. White always kept the team going no matter what the situation. Senior varsity members of the team were Tom Acquaro, Fran Labun, Daryl Mallory, Paul Heppner, Scott Skolnick, Steve Adamski and tri-captains Steve Roberts, Don Wheeler, and Doug Favreau. The team has many good A junior members such as Gary Webster, DougJanik, Tom T Crumpett and friends are faithful fans of our soccer team. Ennis, Chris Fuchs, and John Devine. One highlight of the season was Tony DePalma. Tony, who is from Italy, demonstrated his European talents with the soccer ball. But Tony, much to our disappoint- ment, will not be able to play next year because of the league's eligibility requirements. Senior Daryl Mallory boots the ball away from a frustrated defender all AHS SOCCER TEAM 1972 Kneeling: Chris Fuchs, Tony DePalma, John Devine, Doug Janik, Gary Webster, Tom Ennis, Tom Byrnes. Standing: Paul Heppner, Don Wheeler, Scott Skolnick, Fran Labun, Steve Roberts, Doug Favreau, Daryl Mallory, Steve Adam- ski, .lay Collina, Tom Acquaro, and Coach Willard. 58 Don Wheeler shows good form during a game. - --'--- Cross-Country The Agawam High Cross-Country seniors John Doyle, Frank Grabinski and Ralph Morin, although plagued with injuries, led the team to a very encouraging season. Coach Greg Norton was proud to announce that sopho- more Hal Stuart broke a school record. Along with Stuart, promising underclassmen are Bill Andrews and Robert Robbins. The young team is looking forward to a much better season next year. AGAWAM ROAD RUNNERS Kneeling: Bill Andrews, Robert Robbins, Hal Senior Frank Grabinski, off to a good start. John Robertson, senior, streaks across the finish line. 60 Stuart, Guy Veronesi. Standing: Coach Norton, Tom Lucia, Frank Gra- binski, Ralph Morin, John Robertson and John Doyle. Senior John Doyle on the starting line. Q-v --r - ,,- ,i s -V- . - H . '- :-. j r .H - : , 1 . . - -3 , I I- 5 QLAII ' ,.... 2 tf t it S Q Q Q S Q 1 S 2 Q '55 P SAX S we we KS 'iimxwi an f J A 'ie rv S 1 ir J' H 'sn at Si? F X W, ex , S, ,P Kew X 9 wr me " W be S t X ' is 5' 2 1 95 sig N kg 6 X ,xii wwf' -' is ' 4' Z, , 'J' f lg A 5 , Y. ,C L .4 A te :WL " f ., .H Vw! Q we ees Q w 'ff A ji',Q,f3 gy , saw J if we Q 1 ,K 1 ,QE Q .J 5 do 'ii 4 ,gf Q- A6 Q 'lr f . frg'.I'.,gff'.1 gk t,,kgT , -69151. ' fri Q A r'--J-f1H"' iz' .12 tr if r , .gre Q A ir -. . K- -. I , ..g,qfg-aazga .. .. S s. g.., .MD w 42? "i'ffff'?!x,g YQ' N1 'ff W V' X 'K ' A Senior Al Montagna Senior Ralph Morin K F . Vt., at ,i t F r A A ,.,, . . . .4 2 4, ,, , ,,. . I V- '- wlfslkgitsgfs: Q it 'ii'i ' . ,... .-.. Swim Team In their first year of league competition Agawam's swim team has done well. Coach Dave Smith is optomistic about the future of the team because of the many under- classmen who will gain experience. This year's varsity members include seniors: Leo Carey, Mark Brodeur, Bob Olson and Andy Torino. Bill Andrews, a junior and co- captain, along with John Kudlic, has been a bright spot for the team this year. Underclassmen Kevin Armstrong, Bob Watt, Paul Randall, Mike Lockwood, Glenn Hastings, Steve Hebert and Bill Gamelli will prove to be invaluable for the team in coming years. Seniors Mark Brodeur, Leo Carey, Mark McLaughlin await their turn to take a dive. l ,A s-f-sg ,, A-J E if Agawam takes a plunge with its first year swim team Hymn. V . Q ,..- .,t..,. ,.t,,W,,,,,,t,.W,,,..,,,a in V' , .. Cocaptains Bill Andrews and Bob Olson relax before a meet. lag, ,Q Competition at its best. 61 Brownie Bathing Beauties await the starting signal, Baseball Although the 1971 Agawam baseball team could not capturethe Valley Wheel titlefortwo years straight, Jim Gibson sparked the Brownies by lead- ingthe league in batting. With the coaching abilities of Mr. Gerald Smith and returning lettermen Pete Shibley, Wayne Harring- ton, Bill Sapelli, Mike Moreau, Bill Daudelin, Ed Daudelin, Walter Ugolick, Mark Brodeur, Rick De- Vall, Joe Borowiec, Dave Michalak, Shawn Sullivan, and Dave Rossi, the team has the capabilities and determination to makethe 1972 Agawam baseball c c 563500, tithe Season to rememberu' Junior Varsity players practice in hopes of graduatingto the Varsity team. Q M f '25 . Coach Smith explains a strategic play to several members of the Agawam baseball team Joe Borowiec, senior first baseman The Brownie bench defying opposition. 62 1- . 1. if Rick Devall, senior catcher .. gut -T, -- Q y V L . ...W 1 4 xv- Jw- . W A A A 3 fx, wmwuwkisw, Mais. 55 ' -242 I :WN 175-"V" 'fra-A X Pete Shibley and friends observing the action of pre-game plays. li im:-my ,gf , L 1 A - i , 'Q s-asv , M i if i X 554, V.-., , xf?'15QP4.1, g,5,5?3iip,,Jff,ma.m.-gsLgf4 LL MW 1 L I ,hi-.-W, uw' L - 1.4. A f' ,- fs' -I f w A . wi ' , -uw J- -wiv' A--V 'ia ' -J: A-w.,,.f,iQu:f-..9m. Mis:-wfm Q, - A Bill Daudelin, eagle-eyed and ready to swing. The J-V-'S Smile DVQUY for The Camera- 'vuqq 3iiA922.L'E,l,La..j: ' YS- lQ Bill Sapelli, senior centerfielder, Mark Brodeur, senior outfielder coaches at first base. . , . K , Senior Lance Lamagdeleine warming up. Mike Moreau, senior pitcher. 1971 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM First Row: Dave Rossi, Tom Davies, Mike Drenowski, Jim Gibson, Lou Conte, Pete Shibley, Joe Borowiec. Second Row: Ed Daudelin, Dave Michalek, Shawn Sullivan, Kevin Keely, Lance Lamagdeleine, Bill Daudelin, Rick DeVall. Third Row: AI Sapelli: manager, Mark Brodeur, Walter Ugolick, Bill Sapelli, Tom Davilli, Mike Moreau. Back Row: Mike Kosack, Coach Smith. 64 GoIfTeam The 1971 Golf Team rounded out its season with a rec- ord of 8-9-1. Coach Roger LeClerc attributes losses to the inbalance of the team. In the past there have been strong players in top positions but the rest of the team couldn't carry them. Although golf is an individual game, matches are a team effort. This year's team is one of experience. Returning senior golfers are Ted Oliver, Danny Caroleo, and Jay Collina. Underclassmen showing good potential are Phil Gusek and sophomores Dave D'Amours and Ricky Simonds. Coach LeClerc is looking forward to a winning season with a well-balanced and consistent 1972 team. "Ya win some, ya lose some." Brian Cahill and shadow demonstrate their skills. fl! ...fi " if Yi5',"D'F' Agawam's pros puttering around. Coach LeClerc and Dan Caroleo head out to the links. X' AQQ- Brownie golfers: Jay Collina. Ted Oliver, Brian Cahill, Mike Stefanik, Danny Caroleo, Sam Tarnauskas, and Paul Osypuk. 65 Boys' Tennis lts record of eleven wins and six losses placed the 1971 A. H. S. Tennis team third in the Greater Springfield League. This standing entitled the team to participate in the Western Mass Tournament where it won the first round but lost the second to Longmeadow. In the dou- bles tourney, partners Steve Du plessis and Don Wheeler made an excellent showing and finished second. The loss of many fine singles players will cause Coach Zabielski to split up the strong doubles team of Duplessis and Wheeler. As seniors, they will both be playing singles. Joiningthem will be juniors Paul Trimboli and Ron Ash- ton. Hopefully, this year's team will follow Agawam's winning tradition. Steve Duplessis demonstrates his backhand return. Don Wheeler lets go with a powerful forehand. 1971 BOYS' TENNlS TEAM Standing: Coach Zabielski, Jim Houlihan, Tom Wyatt, Steve Atwater, Paul Houlihan, Glen Tatro, Mr. Joseph. Kneeling: Gary Desimone, Don Wheeler, Joe Russo, and Barney Bonavita. Coaches tally scores for anxious onlookers, Girls' Tennis Miss Cianfarani's girls' tennis team posted an outstanding record. Seniors Martha Moriarty, Donna Parchick, and Lori Stefanik are expected to lead the team to a winning 1972 sea- son. Also lending a powerful hand will be Candy Galluchi, Col- leen Blakesley, Robin McLellan, Debbie Brignoli and Susan Wheeler. Doubles partners McLellan and Morassi skillfully demonstrate a "net shot". Lori Stefanik makes a smashing return. Susan Denoncourt and Coach Cianfarani referee a game during Donna Parchick gets taken up with the D practice. excitement of the game. "Tennis, tea or me": Susan Edwards, Robin McLellan, Lori Stefanik, Donna Parchick, Donna Morassi, Susan Wheeler, Martha Moriarty, Colleen Blakesley, Susan Denoncourt and Debbie Brignoli. Clubs and B Q Grganizations Lf 115 ' , QQ. ' , '. x M 4 P' x f , , 5.2. - ' x, X R 'ij 1 I Y" J if ,x X X 1 1 'ea "' Pas . . N QF ku if-25, ' 5 x 14, Mfr., i XM .- K .f Mk 'Q ::::.Q4,5m f : fi:5E2W?55m ff 41, -,fi sz. National Honor Society The Eleanor H. Smith Chapter ofthe National Honor Society represents the juniors and seniors who have retained accu- mulative academic averages of 85 percent and have displayed good school citizenship duringtheir high school years. Under the direction of faculty advisor, Mrs. Barefield, president Frances Bigda, vice-president Ed Rivers, secretary Karen Por- ter, and treasurer Jeanne Scherpa, the Society encourages academic scholarship, school citizenship, and personal re- sponsibility. The Society will conduct an experimental tutor- ing program in the elementary schools. Membership to the Society allows the honor students to explore new areas of in- terest as well as exercise certain privileges. 70 xl'- - As Schools Match Wits Under the drilling of the coach, Mrs. Dugan, with assist- ants Mrs. Andrews and Mr. O'Brien, the School Match Wits team has been brushing up every day after school since September. The witty members ofthe team are Greg Balsewicz, Elizabeth Spear, Mitchell Soffen, Steve Grimaldi and alternate, Mary Morin. Questions from general knowledge and regular school categories such as history, literature and science are answered throughout the practice sessions by these alert students. The team is looking forward to an exceptional season with the quali- fied team members as back ups for each other. Business Club Preparation for business administration is the purpose of the business club. Competent officers, Diane Janick, president, Debra Fydenkevez, vice-president, Susan God et, secretary and Carl Karolinski, treasurer, scheduled a field trip to Boston to visit various universities. The club made a substantial profit at the Eastern States Exposi- tion selling candy and also at their school bake sale. lt proved to be a very successful year for the club which was under the supervision of Mr. Altobelli, the club's advisor. 72 Personality Club Under the supervision of Mrs. Reed, the Personality Club has completed another successful year. The Sadie Hawkins Day Dance was extremely successful and it provided the students with a good chance to get together. The annual bake sale was held to raise money for scholarships which are given to de- serving seniors in June. Officers, president Theresa Murray, vice-president Nancy Walsh, secretary Maryanne Norman and treasurer Susan Wheeler may be commended for a job well done. French Club Officers of the French Club were president Beverly Orr, vice-president Gregory Balsewicz, secretary Lori Letendre and treasurer Ellen Horacek. Among the club's activities were the annual Christmas par- ty, the bake sale as a means of raising money and their banquet to add the final touch to the active agenda. The visit to Stage West to see "Scapin" in February was just one of the club's cultural experi- ences and of course what would a French Club be without French word games! Spanish Club The Spanish Club aims to encourage the student to ex- plore the beauty of the language and the culture ofthe Spanish-speaking countries. The highlight of the year was the annual Christmas party based upon Spanish customs. The club is directed by faculty advisor Miss Moggio, president Martha Simone, vice-president Mark Benedict, secretary Sue Gillan, and treasurer Rick Stefanik. ArtClub To help raise money for the fifth annual trip to New York City, the energetic members of the Art Club made card boxes and sold them along with AHS banners during football season. Advised by Miss Schilling, officers Kim Cosman, Ellen Beauchane, Linda Kibbe and Leslie Koval- chick plan to visit the Empire State Building, tour the U.N. and see the Broadway musical "No No Nanettef' 75 Ski Club Wednesday nights at Mt. Tom and a trip to Mont Trem- blant, Canada, add to the thrill of belongingto the Ski Club. President Bob Meister, secretary Marianne Herzog, treasurers Debbie Grassa and Gary Woods, and club advi sor Mr. Joseph plan the Canadian trip for seven days dur ing February vacation. I Q' ,,2, --. lf, 4 g s. ..,-5, , V , Q5 sk 8 wb , Q. M, , 1 -L. A Q 1. 'fmf , N aw V ,M ,,,,.,,v Student Council The first task for the Student Council this year was to raise money to cover last year's deficit which was accomplished by sponsoring the Indoor Olympics. The result of last year's efforts brought about another change in the school government - the Agawam School Advisory Council QASACJ. The Council has been concerned with student activities and the educational environment along with the ideas such as open campus and curriculum revisions. For these reasons the Student Council has become a clearing house for ideas. The officers were president Mike Raman: vice-president Maureen Amaralg secretary Debra Caroleog and treasurer Paul Henault. l T M shade lVlath League During the year, members ofthe Math League have been practicing their math skills to compete against area schools in the 1972 competitions. The members, under the supervision of Mr. Burque and Miss Hayes, include seniors Don Capponcelli, Bob Olson, Susan Colson, Anne Cesan and Anne Caron. .AL T Environment Club The members of the Environment Club are planning for their 1972 Earth Day activities, under the direction of faculty advisor Mr. Gage. The officers are president Greg Toczko, vice-president Denise Gagnier: and secretary- treasurer Mitchell Soffen. Af. A rg Z . 'Q l Mirror Staff The inventive Mirror Staff involved and informed the A.H.S. student body about both external and internal events around the school. The opening of Bay State West was only one of the many items covered in the eight edi- tions that are issued each year. Editor-in-Chief, Donna Schebel, and advisor Mrs. Jeanne Carter instituted a new and larger eight page issue that allowed more extensive coverage. m..5.,s,. if We J ,, ,,, ., ' xxvsn STS!! "'n 81 Audio-Visual Aids Club Underthe guidance of Mr. Pressey and Mr. Burns, the members ofthe Audio-Visual Aids Club learn to operate projectors and splice film. The special lighting and main- taining microphone perfection forthe operetta are also responsibilities ofthe members ofthe A.V.A. Club mem- bers are Ken Robbins, David Ainsworth, Gary Brinn, Joe Nlorin, lVlarkTidwell and Carl Karolinski. -il sawvm 82 J Weightlifting Club ln hope of makingthe "ZOO Club", the muscular mem- bers ofthe Weightlifting team were really picking up the heavies. Under their coach, Mr. Norton, the boys do standing presses, bench presses, squats and jerks. The purpose of the team is to produce athletes for Agawam. This year's members were senior Frank Santinellog ju- niors Steve Mason, Ray Barberi, Paul Brozg and sopho- mores Jeff Locke, Joe Ramah, Shawn Sullivan, Wendell Prior, Scott Barker, John Bonavita, Daniel Borkowski, Mark Sterling and John Waterman. Libra ry Staff The members of the Libra ry Staff are responsible for the sys- tematic operation of the library. Ann Ryan, Denise Gagnier, Evelyn Karakla, Sandy Adamski, Lynn Cirillo and Roger Cog- swell are the staff elected members of the organizing commit- tee. Planning activities such as the Book Fair and weekend field trips to colleges is the committee's prime function. This year an overnight excursion to Trinity College has been planned. The Library Staff is advised by Mrs. Holmes and Mrs. O'Keefe. vu.. , - .U . my ' N MIA, f -M - 'L - J ,, . me ,,-,.,l . l,-.W..,b, ,Mfg .aww Futu re Teachers Cl u b The Future Teachers Club, under the direction of Mrs. Litchfield, provides the opportunity to explore the teach- ing profession. The activities ofthe club include the Teachers' tea in which the students discussed the profes- sion with the faculty and the yearly practice of visiting the elementary schools to observe teaching techniques. The officers are president Frances Bigdap vice-president Walter Hurd: secretary Martha Heylg and treasurer Mary Loss. l 'gf l C' i 1 sa an -if Future Nurses Club Under the supervision of the school nurse, Mrs. Halla- man, the Future Nurses Club planned a very busy year. Officers of the club were president Debra Hale, secretary and treasurer Nina Graziano and planning committee Debra Acquaro and Diane Albano. The club went on a tour of the Western Mass. Hospital and hope to attend a tour at a Boston area hospital as a field trip. The girls have assisted with school T.B. tests and the testing of pre-schoolers' eyes as an aide to the town nurses. During the Christmas season candles were sold as a fund raising activity and a party was given to entertain the West Side Future Nurses Club. All in all the club has had a great deal of experience and planned a busy agenda. 85 Candlepin Bowling Club The Candlepin Bowling Club is making a "striking" ap- pearance at the Agawam Bowl. The club's high scorers are David Boldebook, Randy Buiso, and Richard Thies. Some of the more attractive members of the club are Dianna Ploof, Diane Albano, Leslie Cote, Maureen Kry- gowski, and Cindy Houle. The club is advised by Mr. Wal- ter Willard. 86 Chess Club The complicated battles of knights, rooks, kings, and queens occurred on the checkered playing boards of the Chess Club. The president of the club is Mitchell Soffen, vice-president is Leonard Rising, secretary-treasurer is Nlary Loss, and the advisor of the club is Mr. Stenaford. Work Study The Work Study program consists of thirty students who attend school in the morning and in the afternoon go to work. At work the students receive vocational training in professions in which they hold an interest. The Work Study program is under the leadership of Mr. David Skol- nick who is responsible for all phases of the program. Latin Club The Latin Club supervised by Mrs. Krajewski is enthusias- tically driving to exhibit the application of Latin in to- day's world. Their major project is to cultivate, revive and to show that Latin is a very influential and active language. 87 vi iff' s ,A W We 4 M? 'S 1"'9Z5 , , Q., E55 as Ev i m,'2 - 1 H ,il : xi as Y? 2 3 x X i 'A X -1 E A ,mek Wy s X T3 1 f 5 I E3 'Q' iff Q J t 'gw,'-'Ill li N55 X -fryffx' H, '4 g I 3 ,.'x,x M 2171: A 4 -1 v g, ai' '5-S Er 'Ska 3 1 S M f it Sig 1 fi? if Q5fQ i'f15! '31 ls 'X .num K me no- fl H1531 I ... , 1 1 C p .D Ar Xxf. 3 , . 1'4f i - W- " 'i if W , ,G . -, . 4 1 , 1 , pr In it 6 'N an dvr Ai- . 'fvsm' .f Xwwxbkqw. F- , 9 pf K f Q N lik ll' 6 N yxt 4 s ff" as sf if .,kbrXf wk' gon X -, ' . ,fs-. "L: 'Z . xr-'QQTQQVU' 6 Amifaffiyxffk if-1 fiiikf Rl . 1'- . 11' 1- 7 -iii fo 9 A +R N "W .. +f.,v 3w,Q?gTL.' ? fa? ll g fx ' 5 X K' 6 ,. I UNSW? - Q P V :. ,I . -5 X Ari HM-Q' I " wr' iff Q , 1 in 4" X7 Mx 1 i 'km Freshman Class- 1975 Each September Agawam High School welcomes a somewhat bewildered freshman class into its mist. A period of turbulence and adjustment occurs in which the class begins to assume the responsibilities of the High School. The freshman cIass's first job is to elect class of- ficers. Elected were Barbara Tourville, president, Gail Arsenault, vice-president, Kathy Ayre, secre- tary, and Jane Brodeur, treasurer. The activities of the year included a bake sale and a candle sale. Sharon Abbey James Adams James Afflitto John Agustynowicz Debra Anderson Frank Andruss Martin Andruss Marion Armfield Raymond Armfield Gail Arsenault Lillian Attardi Marcia Atwater Kathryn Ayre Maureen Baker Margery Barnes "'- if Heidi Bartsch Debra Ba ruffaldi if Wil Thomas Bassett ::,,. I if Philip Battles g if " Sandra Bauman :if A 'fr Constance Beaudette Q1. i f Daniel Bedard ,f Mark Benedict Jane Benerakis Steve Benoit Dianne Bercier Elaine Berger Peter Bertera Lorraine Berthiaume Richard Bianchi Robert Bielinski Paula Bilz Cheryl Birk Loretta Biscoe Brian Blackak David Bodurtha Roger Boissonneault 93 andasiv Stephen Bonacker m 2 James Borgalli Q 3 Gerald Boucher gi - ,,,,, , ' Stephen Bousquet M D' Q j - ri YJ i A r June Brandoli 'K Q M f is . Jane Brodeur , 'f J - if Joan Brodeur -rf . Eric Brown A Scott Brown l't' Katherine Bruno Ga ry Brusseau ' ' Joe Burdick ,ffgs Kathleen Burns f L t ' Mary Buynicki ii Karen Campbell Candy Campurciani .W 27 f S Q r "' 'U Dave Campurciani f 'E Yvette Camyre C, Barry Capponcelli Peter Capponcelli Margaret Caprera Steven Cardwell S K I D Q Raymond Carestia IT1 , - Qt My QF , ra B 'Q ' e-af J C H7511 ., .' K 'QQ-,g My 4 . 2. 'Q . Q g, . 2 i- I . Susan Carey Jeff Carmody 1 Karen Castelli Leigh Catchepaugh Paul Cecceraini Barry Cesan Camille Cesan William Cesan B Rosemarie Chapman , ' Mark Chase . . Dori-Ann Chmielewski 27 N' Stanley Choiniere if I X Nancy Chyba 4 H .- Penelope Ciak Anthony Cincotta Marie Cha rest ' John Cirillo 1 I , Q Candice Clairmont fr ' A Debra Clark A ' J James Comee f H' r M '- Tn: R ...,,.hm if if . 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',-,- 'gag - M- ' ,k,h I , Q J f , '- l :-f-, Z ,:. -.f. . , ,, , . ..,, ., 'I Z . F '-- i ' J f W W: 'i X 1 1 , , ' ll i' - i "'. I ' A -,'g 2- in mm,,. . I Leg g ? ,, I i f ,L 5 q "4 Q 'jhffgff L fi ' gi -if 'P ,f.f3ff" 2 . ' 'ff .... . -if 'fx 'Q . arf .- r mi 9195. N13 YET. 5 54 ' . if 'f.' ":. f 5 ., 4 - :wx - , I i Q H. MQ, 1 Wi: 'L'L Q V . Leslie Smith Robbin Smith Donald Soden Walter Soverow William Spear Ronald Squaza Linda Stanislaw Philip Stawarz Rick Stefanik Linda Sterling Gary Stowe Debbie Su botin Dennis Suffritl Gary Suffriti Tom Sullivan Pam Sweeney Sandy Sweet Levi Swift Gary Sypteras Diane Tanguay Gerald Turner Robert Turner Paul Vanasse Guy Veronesi Tony Verteramo Nancy Jo Votzakis Bonnie Ward To m Tatro X " JaCkieTaupier 5 J o h n Tes n ey J Wayne Thresher W , Clem Tinnemeyer ,f5'Q,f" Q gl Barbara Tourville 4, f V L S, L fu ,X 5 f 5 Bob Trempe 15' i' T? Q Yi, B, ggi R J: ' K K. ii S 13 Fred Waterman Robert Watt Gregory Westover Daniel Williams John Williams Kathy Williamso fl ,ai J Siii lill , reeli ,Lv new . '?". ' J, X f as as W 2 its t A ' t W 'S L- Leo Gagnier Diane Giguire Ted Graziano David Gumlaw Walter Kane Nelson Knapik Nancy Lane Kelley Ward Marie Withee Dave Wood Mark Wood Wanda Wright Peter Young Ronald Zanotti Joseph Cabral Diane Drenowski 99 Sophomore Class - 1974 Mr. Willard's eager sophomores were led by officers April Hill, president: Laura Kibbe, vice-presidentg Elizabeth Norman, secretary: and Denise Pepper, treasurer. They began the year with a succcessful bake sale and went on to win the Winter Olympics in November. Other events planned for this year include a class picnic and a spring dance. The sophomores will order their class rings in May, bringing them one step closer to becoming upperclassmen. The class of 1974 seems to have the winning formula for a successful class. " '-r- 1-ff fn ..'- A V . , f is ri e in Q l gl ? :HI . . 5 if Edward Adamchek Q 35 J Q g .-i' 1 I g f Mario Aibano ,W 4 ' , , ,. . .1 viii. , PTE! .. be ' ,,,i,: E lQ-s'- 5 A 3 Guy Attamure V h I A lg, K g Z L -H 5 Susan Amabile J ':'r. SQ I 1rr'i James Anderson ai lit ,lf -f ix ' be was . T. t li . Y 'fe T s J -iiv ::V.:1 .,.l 'YQ D A iif- ' A li. J onna nnone E Q H, ' gq. an Annette Acquaro k Q A . Linda Arcouette 1 T5 5 5' f SP " ' if Lynn Arnold Y - t n 'H . . gi Q if .f"' Ronald Ashton S lbbq get ji, msg Vs R, 'L Donna Bailey A' - -' ' -': , ' "'ii::"': . iiv. --Q2 f-- iq Stephen Bailey r A Z 5112 wr j In Jane Baldiga A ffl' ffm Q f Norma Baillie ' Charles Ball ' -r ei-ffl L J Scott Barker A 51 ,, i f X z Brian Battles x r qv Y A - s A' A "ii' Milf? Beauchane Demse Bedard v , -gg S 1 , , S Elsa Beglemore f " ,, 2 1 C OYCS emief if Z 5155 is ' A ' SW 5 X ill H- gg, Pamela Bertram iiW A ' T J "' David Befuba K . 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Q if " ' 'feflecafney "" D 'A': David Ca poda gli M i i ' it s ' -ii , i c iririi .:' it Debbie Carr ' rr ri Q Dan Cassaneili Barbara Castellanos - Joan Cavanaugh " sl H 15,2 ii'i I Amy Cesan g :'.i B' iiiii' VV .- ' James Cesan 3 'VBAB i"' B - l Laura Chagnon V 3 .Q in 1 dqfwgr K 'reign 355.1 ,.,' S is Karen Childs L Paula Christopher 'i'i C ,z L ' 1 A Brian Colby ' QQ " Robert Cole 5 r f ' is " Mike Colson V ' 'g V Michael Consedine 2 Cathy Cook A ""' ' V nf. yr,- Pairicddir V 'ii Biii Corbin in irsririr l Cheryl Cote - Larry Cross gy, V I L, frE,5fS,1rr ' J ' Qi 5 4 49 Wir. dr Tim Crough 'F V Joel Cummings f ir e". ' Cindy Clepiel l- "., C ,i., '-Yfm Dahike f "i' 'lri Anthony D'Ambrosia i ' r ift tirl 'Fit frrl- f flrr - r, .rri 1 Q V, David D'Amours ' ' ' Nancy Dearborn "' 'M iiii i f Beth DeForge - r - ' "'i A CVWV Mark DeForge .- L Vuu, iii A ' "" I if zrvu i L " ' f Vi Adele Demo ds, :i,. i.ii i s f iiti i tisr f i,i rrri 1 L Am Depmma M Q' ' is K A it rr.r,.,rir Qi ,,,i,rlrr'i' if 'rir " Josie DePalma gii" " ' "i'i' Brenda Depaid Doreen DeSantis ,,V V, 1 '- , V V1 Janet Desjariais i"i i' l i 'Ziff Brenda Devine i ' if 'fi' Richard Dias i L ri if r i it L, Paul Diduk L Q Richard Donais cg John Donovan lli . Larry Dowd . ' -' Q Jan Downey ' f Ka ren Downey ' Joanne Dra gh etti A D f ' V i, , E j 'v'i i ' ,,.,y.,. V . Q, ,:,,, . . e ..,, . V, . , . 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' mf- , .,: A G A . .' . 51113555 . o ,, J ,. , I ,,,' . I . --W' " J ' it Q Deborah Dragon Pam Dubour David Duda Charles Dwyer George Ezekiel Nancy Farmer Judy Favreau Joanne Fay ' it it ,,, Q ex i il' ,-Li? - - W 7 'f ii-H2 5 '- tx L we x Y 3 'c or . 4' E fp KV. ,A tl N it Ray Fay John Femrriel John Fergie Joy Fournier James Frenette THIN'-if Un' M2515 i f .E urge it F rr Ron Gendron Bill Gensheirner Mary Gentile Raymond Girard Stephen Gould Lori Granger Deena Grant I , ., Z A QNE , , fy? LV , , it V f,'- 1 -+ ,.f- . . it .Q M., .,y. V ,y., 0. A .gf 5, .1 f ' we . 43 ' it i Lg A K, Vi , , k I XX Y H L " fs , . .ifril V Ray Hanechak ' Denise Hennon M Kurt Haarman ,X , Steve Hare V, H - r l Laura Hardina Q ' 51: 1 Gorden Harrington Q , ie D M , . In -. K: I " ,, --,. .,, Sharon H auff j g? , , 1 ' ' g et Chris Hayden i X "y' QQ jg , lx JZ , Patti Haynes , . ' C, I -, 1 ii A ' ". 3, Q ' L ,,y:, . , . 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Sandy Martinelli John Martino David Mason Sharlene Mathieu Mike Maynard Valerie Maynard Julie McCaffrey James Melloni 104 Ed Kelley Cliff Kibbe Laura Kibbe Theodore Kopyscinski Jff , Noreen Krygowski Dale Kunasek Joan Labun "" I Y 'E "" C' A ' , ' , " ' A, 5 A, - , ' rag ' Q 4. . 2 - 5 if ' ::,' W 'D v "', i V, f - lf. " V ,324 Ek , , , A T .. 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Q- 1.1, ,ll'- ' 4' W Joanne MOFBWSKI .' . mi - Tony Mowrer i tr' , Q3 5 - , Dennis Murphy L' U' I , l A ' me H- --W V ,V it W wi Cheryl Mush rush , My Q by j 5 John Nascembeni ,, .:,. Valli Nichols A ia it A .- Elizabeth Norman or iii- ig y L - 5 'Q ' Jeanne Norton P, , ' 2 " H ' 'rf Debbie Nostin it 5 ' Q Y , A - f X .. . . if .f.: J , 1 l "" :W .,., it l f x l l' 5 1 M 1 . i. ' i ' Tit: r 'i lt ffiii Q + ' l . ' , f f t ,Q . ., N ' l I 9 A . F , g g .Y X 'J' S' ' 'Q 3 ' E . me V Q' - tl- 4 " of ' V , "" ' ' 1 ..,, 1 - l or - is fl , . ' J ,Q it W 145 P' H to.. Xu sl it S N t an . .3 I J., In I a fl' Mlke PEYVUCCI . we Mike PWS? A ., sa Lance Polrler Q Y ' I a ' ' we Mark Poirier it f 1, -1 ' f'- 'P . Francis Potts S x 'vt ix 1,4 VV A I J K f s Kevin Powers X ox LV ' if W NM Wendell Prlor x X l 1' 4-jelq, , x. 23 F' - ' l .,,. mi JS, . 1 'orl 5 l 5 Gloria Ratcliffe Donald Raymond Janet Raymond David Raiche Joe Ramah Lori Raschi My Cathy Provo Nancy Prystupa Donna Pugh David Quigley Carol Racicot Nancy Rackliffe s 105 David Rossi ,I ,ie 1 Mike Rossi J .S r Mary Ruddock ',L' rg! I, Kim Saiiba I i John Sanders 'LLL ff R it S g Rick Sardella tiff? Q . H In Erin Scanlon ,X 3 Ei it V DA :riff H DonSchebeI Rt x' Guy Remington Robert Rennell Harold Riemers Steve Riley Leonard Rising Ray Rivers My ,gy Roger Schmidt ruff 9 ' L ! ix' 9 Joe Serra A ,gg A ,Le Matthew Siano , ' , LQ . H F itti Daniel Shea if W nf 7 Rick Simmons , Martha Simone -, . iff' '- ' Jean Skiba Karen Smethurst Marcia Smith ' V gf K , -41, x 106 sf V X H 1 K vt tix. Joseph Rego 1' an ft' ,.M,,, . tt, ,,f Www: A ' i 1 .,,.:f 3 111.1 'M if ' ' f i 5 X Z if W if fxl , ,V f ' - if ff it 1 my x Y Cindy Reutt . ,,,.. 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S ":'V- gr U C iNWi ndn e gi ary 00 S 'E' 15 :S Keith Woyshnis -- .S ,L T .. GV98 Wflgm ri Q ' 5' f S Debra Yahner ' ' .- , Charles Yelinek ' A "l' ' Walter Ziem ba Nancy Zucco 107 A -.ff , Qi Y . .X .Wx J ski N , if X 'ws X mf Q, 1 H23 . X ' f' ei Il V A V f. V , nf , " YQ Raw Q' 1 '92 X Q? .X . l ' fam ' . Lp w 3 V -25 ' iv 13" K, z 5 W - , ' ,fi :LM M Junior Class - 1973 Distribution of class rings was the class's first move toward becoming upperclassmen. The Prom, with the theme being "Scarborough Fair", was held at the High Point Motor Inn in the form of a dinner dance. The class's major triumph was their victory at the West Side rally, when their creative art work won the contest for decorations. The lucrative activities of the class officers in- cluded a bake sale and a spring dance. The offi- cers, Nancy George, president, Leean Hart, vice- president: Peggy Gacona, secretary, and Victor Ramah, treasurer were able to work their ideas into impressive and successful social affairs. 2 r Janice Adams in Sarah Adams .5 T Elandra Adamski ' if argaret Ahern B 1 V David Ainsworth ' 'ri' ' Diane Albano X ' 5 Robert Albro - Richard Allen William Andrews Debra Andruss Linda Antico Carol Arcouette Phyllis Arcouette Kevin Armstrong D . Donna Arsenault J Joanne Atanas ' Lydia Balboni Raymond Barbieri .. - Louise Bartsch r Frank Bava Lisa BEM Ellen Beauchane Ronald Beaudette Nancy Beauregard Charles Benson fljl? T Richard Berard 7 John Bessette in Paul Bickford 2 Dave Blanche Ted Blaszak 5 Peter Boadry 3,55 ' A ir' Q Sue Borgatti , - V 1 Joanne Bosini A ' ' h James Boucher 1 ' 'I q 2 Robert Bouley T t -. ' ., E Q29 Diane Bousquet ' ' v . , A John Brame , A ,A , ,, . , qi, . ' , fig 5 Laurein Brazeau ,V ff T Debra Brignoli ff' i531-'im 109 E' ' 2'.:2e::,,.?5YI' 'rz' W '-iYf1' ,L - L D553 scoff Bundle Ei' Y 4i - Tom Brunelle it ' 5 fll . ,l iz ilg Chefyl BUYnlCkl 2 "' D Constance Buynicki Ly'h A 1 .,-av '-', ' Joe Campbell " 5 f Deb Capodagli V - , f H , 'I 'Q A V Q Darlene Cardone 'W ' , DebbleCaroleo Us A 5 . h 2, e ff+2sg ,xf Kevin Cawley J "" - lrene Cesan Bernie Charland H Debbie Clarke 5' Bruce Cobleigh Q ' Maria Cockoros H J . Peter Cocko ros Colleen Conroy in Judith Corban D Qi ? Celeste Cosimini Kim Cosman Q Leslie Cote ' '- Debbie Craig "' Rebecca Craig 'H ,. X Judy Cummings 'Q' N59 2' i Q. iif" N J W' Martin Daglio . Jane Dalmolan 2' - Susan Darnell L Pattie Daubitz V Walter Daubitz -. Ed Daudelin , . Diane Davis ,Z . Lynn Davis Sherry Dearborn Rick Deblois A Mike Delucchl Tom Dennis ',.., f--- 1 , Sue Denoncourt ' if Tom DePalo John Devine Terry DiDonato Michael DiMauro Marge Donovan Craig Dore A , ' 1 Noberta Dougherty C, i . 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Carl Grzebien Robert Gurski Mary Anne Hajec Sue Hamel Debbie Hardina Gary Hare David Harriman Jeff Hart Leean Hart Bill Harbey Glen Hastings Steve Hawks Paul Henault Dawn Howe Sue Hurley 2 Ellen Ianuzzi '35, Diane Jerry " Pam Jones Mona Jordan Pat Julian Nancy Dutton Jane Dyer Janet Dyer John Dymon Barry Economidy Cindy Enderly Tom Ennis Marie Faits Ed Field Robert Formaggioni Tina Franqueza Chris Fuchs Peggy Gacona Candy Galluchi Kenneth Gamache Holly Garvey Sue Godet Debbie Goguen Debbie Gormley Carol Gosselin Diane Gottsche Doug Gregor Roberta Greguoli James Grimaldi John Hermans Paul Heywood Nancy Hill Richard Hill Debbie Hiney Andrea Holman Ellen Horacek Tom Houle 111 Debbie Kaminsky Cindy Kane John Karakla Joanne Kelly Robert Kelly Jan King Ralph King Nancy Klundt I 1 'Qf55 :.:':2':..f M .3 Si i Paul LeGrand Lori Letendre Nancy Liddell Joann Limoti Robert Liotak Pamela Lombardini Richard Loncrini Nancy Knowlton Leslie Kovalchick Sally Krolicky Sandy Krolicky Judy Lacroix Sandy LaMothe Nicholas Lascala Janis Laski Joan LaVallee Bonnie Lawor Nancy Lawrechuck Laurel LeDuc A I ,, Sl. .. 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N e Pat Parchick s M ,.i lm Lynn Monachesi Diane Montagna Mary Morin Suzanne Muise Chris Muldrew Debbie Murphy Anthony Marviei Matti Netherton Gary Paro Chris Pennock Roger Perusse Leonard Petrangelo Gayla Piccin John Pilkington Joe Pisano fi ,Yin l Ak Q Peggy Polopek Diane Pomeroy Kathy Potito Herald Potts Mark Provost Tina Quill Kathy Rachele George Plante a t :': ., X . 1 ff I . . ffis -',: I v . Q f. ' ,, 4 ' i K 1 1- - . , 5 1, o tel Ik, . :,.. it . i , f I .V eeese S r t L it v or L. 4 W -fx ix S S f fx L I .4 Fx - Q L ' I - 5 i 1. 729: ' , 1 " if qi gzq.",'l, elrs 2 L rri it . rerti f' V f? C ' L , . ,,tl, i 1 -xt U. - . A , 'x E L, 'Q ,A,,t gi la, Linda Racine '-l, ' V, j f 1-i .' ! gn V V 1 is , Bud Ramah ' 6 Y Louis Ramah ' f If L , , L Paul Randall A - 1 .Q 1- r - -P i Karen awson If Q . U A , -"' . .,- ' My . H Rik 0 X , ll A Vg . -,-f, i '-'-,.i j r 5 wil . X , . ttt D wse ---:l L .- l it J A V .Q U Jean Raymond 4 ' it A i , f ' A X' l V ij Sandy Reimers "H if W -' 6 C r - , Michael Richards V' 2 L g , Steven Richards A 3 A,,,,, .Q 1, .rx . r S ' W-Lf 113 k if I' Steve Richter William Ringer Andrew Robbins Lauren Roberts Jane Rudowski Kathleen St. Peter William St. Peter James Saliba 34 I 9 R H.. .Eg Nancy Smigel Patricia Smigelski Richard Snow Mason Sola Charles Souliere Elizabeth Spear Bruno Squaza 1L.,- J Greg Robertson Dennis Rock Donald Rosner qu ' K si gg , : "-1:1 . " it ,f vw: x 'Y , tg. A 3 W , E i .r :.. . if -5 i' 2 . - ry James Santillo Albert Sapelli Ann Sapelli Donna Sausville M K Susan Sausville - -- Mark Scales iff J f In Elaine scriuize 1 if H K Ethel Seriva Harry Shefter Q x me 'iii Carole snibiey 1 J N ,Q Robert Shoemaker A i gr ' i it David Simmons John Simpson Diane Skovera r R , . i f-I ix . 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X A Q Q :" -ez --,- , s Frank Talbot Ronald Telford Steven Thorsen Mark Tidwell X Lucinda Toelkin Robert Touchette Paul Tremboli Paula Tremboli Robert Turnbull T Robin Turnbull ' Cindy Turner 4 V . ' V A P ,f A-S X N Y , ' - tr, - r Lawrence Whittle 5 Mark Withee A2 4 .. ' R"" Linda Wodell A ' ' 1 " Cher ' - , , V ylYellnek is U BlllZerbenopoulos Q. ' 1 R Cathy Nlemiec 4 tx Deborah Taupier Robert Tetreault Walter Ugollck Carol Walker Nancy Walsh John Waterman Ro bert Watson Gary Webster Martha Wescott Steven Whitman .fl ,,v And when evening comes we smile, So much of life ahead, ,M W .. Am We'II find a place where there's room to grow, And yes, we've just begun ... rbara Swiders cretary 117 WMMMA Robert Ackerman Thomas Acquaro Motorcycles . .Deb .. "The Last Quiet soccer . "score!" show Dragon" .ridingalongthecoast beingfree .. Otis courage in place of fear ... consider- ate . . . Tommy Steve Ada ms ki Richard Adelman Spirit. "Do unto others before they Coneeriial H Taking life GBSY - do it to you' '.., sneaky and sleasy . . "What Can 1 Sail?" A 'WGIY GXDVGS- pizza . Adamsk Maureen Amaral Unpredictable .. always laughing. "I don't get it!" . . bright smile . Frankies .. Mo sive . . Rick Twyla Andros Gleaming eyes stuffed peppers . friendly with everyone . . concerned . Pepsi Q X Cynthia Adams "I don't care" .. outgoing .. Nan- cy's house . casual .blueeyes . Bugeyes Maryann Alessandri Friendly . mischievous smile.. out for a good time "oh yeah" . veal cutlets . . Ma Edwa rd Ardizoni Skiing . french fries . music to suit his mood . friendly. psychol- ogy .. Ed ,chevy Judith Arnold Margaret Avezzi David Avondo Green . aims to be self-confident , Soft brown eyes . a turmoil of emo- Underground music "How disgust- shy A quiet "be yourself" tions philosophist ing!" having fun any time: any Judy understands? Peggy place Animal Carole Babyok Exuberant Birks" , warm al- luring eyes .., laughs 'n cries so- phisticated Boston . Babber xv' Q 'L 'ins-nf Xlvs, Yr .,. is Linda Bailey Mariorie Baker Karen Balboni lVlUSiC SGFISITIVG love lISfGVl- Blue understanding dislikes Instrumental talking on the phone er. . with love, nothing is impossible Ciiqneg Steak , listening to rock V 'Ori noi" , quiet English ... Beetle Ballfiy Walking Marge Karen Dargn x 'lb 9313 if :gg , ,mu ,.i3rjw,,. Gregory Balsevvicz Richard Barnard Epicurean , basso profoundo .. Argumentative , ribaldry . senseofhumor sincer- world "Digit" ity .,Gergie Strobia wants to rule bottle green 9 Gary Battles Mark Beaulieu Theresa Beaulieu Sugima mosquito motorcycles Lasagna chemistry skinny RaSDb9VVl9S "l'mTlW9 banana man" being free .. serious hunting affable live it up while you can YSHOW interior decorator Shannon Rock Terry V7 Michael Belisle Denise Bellemore Lobster and clams art unpre- "Hey, baby" Saturday night esca- dictable "Don't give up" Mike pades aims to become a de- signer , sensitive Bell by '54Z1ff'i" 120 Xi R. ig? N N Joseph Benerakis Bruce Benson Denise Bessette Worrying outdoorsman "Live Ambitious .., cars ,. skating ... Playing football 4'1" gymnas- with what you have" owling time consumer , science "un- tics . sweetand petite. . purple red Joe V i real" . ,, Ben lasagna , . Denise I ' -J l A- J' l ,t lui w t , of' W i ,N ,Vg , 1 L I L if 7 MVL if C M W 30 ,EX 1 UW tx! 5 ill if M l ylvfv. l ,Ulf xW Charles Bewes Frances Bigda Af spxjxfflerfby Biza Guinea pig art lamb chops Honest music , . hot temper , ' Spaghetti lively "One ringy silver carrot top . sense of hu- "What if ?" dreams come true dingy" take each day as it comes mor Charlie versatile Fran green eyes Beez I Kenneth Blackwood Nancy Blascak David Boldebook Good sense of humor embarrassed Yellow , energetic eyes easy Blue honest and friendly hair hamburgers "wicked" golf come. easy go ,, sincere Chief "Hey Buddy playingthe guitar Ken Boldy Josephine Bonavita James Bonfitto Roberta Bonomi Lavender .,. crazy laughter ., Happy friendly , Life is nature Hot fudge sundaes navy blue nonchalant ,, stuffed chicken , Jo ltalian cooking , . crazy Bim- emotional expressive eyes po Bird ,IV Michelle Booth Peter Borkosky Blue ice cream cones generous Blue steak . walking under' "Let's eat" shy Shelly standing rock music Pete f ! 2 I V5 -. Joseph Borowiec Edward Bouley Blue ,,, Kielbaga , active M, quiet Burgundy ... Kielbasa ,.. nervous ,.. ... friendly . . , Smokey friendly .."Dynamite!" ,, Big Ed Gail Branchini Garrygrlnl-l Extravagant . H. petite , sentimental Hot does U blue V I good matured goinglfor rides northward.. hon- and helpful V Q greet muelelen I D est . . . Gall Gare V W 'inf E ll i L.,,.7 ll! - 1' t Mark Brodeur Virginia Brown Donna Buck Carefree A ,. crazy .. folk A Ecology Red E ,. music .. steak .. school A 'iWiiaf?" devilish glint , Coke . .clams . . . Spark comic Ginny funto be with Buckey X K l wmv--eanwq 4 Randall Buiso Anthony Calvanese W. Spaghetti .. happy and lively .,. live Humorous ... dimples .., Lebanese while you can ,.. hair smiling . .. bread .,. hugging... be happy .U Buse Cal t . , V ,al,. ,ii .. SFX' A A' -rl -' . i Donna Campbell Donald Capponcelli A s :.r 1:5 ",i - Laughing ... flamboyant ... demure Water skiing .. . sky blue .,. Grand- 1 if-" - 'ADYn8miTe!" P- - Clown - - - love A. mother's Italian cooking . . . happy-go- true friend . Donna lucky . Cappy Anne Marie Carey Leo Carey Barbara Cariani Happiness ., bright eyes . , devoted Green Country Western music PUVDle Spaghetti 'AWiI'1 SOVNG, ., sincere and friendly ... "l'I'T1 PSV- . Spaghetti ,.. carefree . . . sleeping IOSG SOVUG, Tie 2 few." H- brown eyes ched". Ann ., Leo , Ron Daniel Caroleo Friendly Have fun before it's too late . skiing .. golf Friday .. Dan Robert Castellanos Blue.. aims to be ski pro .friendly . little toe . .. sensitivity Castro JamesCebrelli Unusual laugh . yellow auto shop. working on his car ..Cyran- no nose .. J.C. Q' Anne Marie Ca ron Karen Carruthers Sensitive . caring take each day Green . . cheesecake "Oh Well!" as it comes Lasagna Anna . laughing . understanding Banana Pinkie f EL f . Oil A rem? MW i W. IJ lv .9 ,i illtfgtio M 0 L N .W may Vlark Catchepaugh Dorothy Cavanaugh Blue loves horses happiness live and let live .. walking Dorth Riding around in a V. W work study . . red . lively . Football games . .Mark 1 :Wx , W Anne Cesan Sheila Champiney Green . "You've got to be kidding!" Brown "Buzz off!" quiet .. equestrian .. "lt's nevertoo late" horseback riding . big brown eyes . . . Anne live. Tee wir' Q S Donna Charest Ronald Chechile Purple going to the park s Blue . power mechanics ... chology skiing tuna fish sand races , impatient ... "Do what you wiches Legs please!" , Ron Gregory Ciak Green Rock music .. hamburgers lively unusual walk Sike Nancy Cincotta Ann NlarieCirillo Unique big brown eyes ro Daisies . ,. "No way" ... stubborn ,.. crastinator lively congenial big brown eyes , 4 . friendly . . . Ammer NAU Frank Collina John Collins Pamela Conkey Play to win . rock music . dark. Easy-going t'Do it!" , skiing , Blue strawberries aspires to curly hair . loves hockey tem- strives to be happy friendly teach long talks , music "l'- permental . Jay lobster ,. Johnny ve got to talk to you later." Pam Susan Colson Shy . watching television "Do have to ?" . . lavender blond hair happy . Sue A S .fe I Joanne Cooper Donna Corbin Donna Corgan Active "Lets go to Stafford." Friendly and understanding Easy going "Be yourself" hazel pretty eyes unpredictable look- "Guess what?" laughing al' eyes blue always happy ingfora good time Snowflake ways havingfun Corbin Donna .NQV l i r. 't A ,xi I 'f t N Al Ku , xi 1 fvkx- 1 in a A ,, . " l f 'A K li pf' , xv t I ly ' 1 . 5 'tk i"' 7 . K t . N A by 'N R at EU M . -ek l. U xt, Gary Costa Dale Cote Understanding hunting friendf Always laughing Red Rose Pizza ly "Sure" . , Lobster Forest football games "Fantastic!" Park . Cos "youdoof!" "D" ""'U-an Diana Cross Sparkling brown eyes , quiet "Green Hornet" joyfulness "Where'syourpass?" "Di" QV -N.. Robert Cummings Loretta Cuneo Understanding lively . do what Daring , rock music "You comes naturally , green and brown know?" skiing unpredictable Bob Lori Richard Dahdah Blue moody walking bi brown eyes Rick tgp! Arthur Daigneau Luann Dalla Pegorara William Daudelin Football knee girls .. Auto- Beautiful smile . loving .. bowling Live fOr today.: there is no tomorrow shop ., "Watch it lVlatoon" .. . Art with Lori always happy Friend- rock VTTUSIC twin brother Iy's. . Lu spaghetti ,, Bill John Davies Shy always on time "Ayhee!!" .. swimming quiet athletic 7 Dazies ' , , Af Y., ll by Alfred Davis Richard DeBiasio Donna DeCosmo Determined grape leaves opti- Congenial playing klunker hockey Determined , hiking long dark mistic learning easy going. listening to records ,, "No way" hair , shopping blue ., tuna Farruz music .MAI orange. Debie fish grinders . . . Kid iff KK JW Nancy DeCosrno Dennis Delvlatos Linda DePalo Sensitive . always laughing . exe Easyegoing attractive listening Highly opinionated , Singing "id- travagant responsible . twirling to hard rock .. rnotorcycling . ale ion" A emotional , "harmony" be happy Nance ways happy StraWberrieS Defi- nuts pink Linda nis Q gi Eileen J Enemy fi 4 9 'o Q 'L Richard DeVaIl Nlischievous "why for?" . skiing do what you want .. Jim Dandy sundaes, flirtatious ,. Rickie JJ Kathleen Dow Paul DiDonato John Doyle Amiable "I don't believe it" Football . "unbelief" . frizzy hair Good natured hunting . "Life skiing .. considerate .. talks fast goingto the Bahas at night the has a lot to offer very active "Geez!" daydreams, Kathy banana man . .. Harpo Marx fiShirig. "NO, NO!" ..J.D. Lorelei Dragon Frederic DuBour Nlischievous .. purple , unpredict- Easy going stubborn , "unbe able rneatball generous LO lieve" . well dressed . football ,, Lo Rick Steven Duplesis Roland Dupre Motorcycles . ,. active d energetic Helpful sometimes happy . ,. good Steve T in vi, , personality , hockey ,. purple I 119 lug r CN' 1 ' - ffl M lgktl J X U .XL1 'Q ivy QL, A Dupe ' l Qu V Af Lil lcfvlvv lt. ,A Vi N -fi ' filly W N-4 gf, 4 Hx. V C' r v 'x.,' lv ,v V ,l, X, tr V , -i ,.,,, we i V JW so uw' 5 Clara DuVal William Earle Happy . blue eyeshadow . . lively "What?!" . get rich quick .,. gener- A singing lavender Clara- osity , rnatcbes . blue .. Earl belle Curle kiwi AW D iiii ye , if WAAejQLgfM7ir WW flk J ifyypikj- M' vf . W ,i '5 JL Cynthia Ekstedt Edward Faits VW! -fkvasive pink and cranberr Dazed SAFAL A A "two through six j,V2B portsminded all around and twelve" blank e.XDV6SS'OVl perfectionist free Cyn orange and brown A A Faitse Douglas Fav rea u Spaghetti green "Huh!" fa- tigue bowling witty A A A History A Flaves Mitzi Fay Lively A red hair AA fun loving A congenial ,A daydreaming easy to getalongwith A A A Mitts Nancy Fernmel Excitable A friendly A A skiing innocent eyes painting A A creative A Nancy Joyce Fe-riolj Deborah Fish Emotional Hoptimistic A, "Liveand Laughing .A would' ia? Shy V- iet liven H Color Guard big eyes withdrawn A steak hard rock A A friendly Joyce FV9-Bk 132 Denise Fontaine Emotional A pizza AA "Get out of here!" A life islove Denise 4 l EIaineFrank B II F e a rasco Joanne Frogameni Skiing sedate long talks Unpredictable fun to be with Happy-go-lucky likes to cook procrastinator dark eyes dayf big blue eyes A energetic light mischievous . yogurt and coke dreamer , Elaine blu A F " " e ce rasc Wheretonow? . Froggy eV""' S 4332? -Y, . - ' ,X i 4,1 Q3 if W' 3 Af' ,n?,4-V'-"9 4' 3 2 f 7, Deborah Fydenkevez Denise Gagnier V Robert Gagnon Gutlible skiing "TOmgm'5 thg Orange down to earth Qalways Camping pizza moody shy night" GQVIQUS Coiorfui 95,95 fuii of fun garrulous sensitive "Whats going on here?" grad' Wgbby NIDS uation Bob 'uf mv X54 BV S, Jw if N63 Qc, i i, y f 4 bvxjr A so Qc 'X UK Lf' of C Jil' Jffvf Vi 4 Catherine Gale Charles Gaudino Dionne Gendron Happy-go-lucky ... tobogganing ... Quiet . ., "What are ya dongtonight?" Talkative . .. horseback riding . ,. "Oh considerate... "get what you can out ,. drag racing , ,. pizza . . , "67Chev- no!" ,.. long walks .,. always laugh- of life" ... Cathy elle SS' '.., Chuck ing . .. Dee W QQ ', if , , iw' .K 1, , , X Susan Ghedi Janice Goss Frank Grabinski Active . .. beautiful long eye lashes . .. Energetic ,., skidooing ... "Let's eat! Fun to be with ,.. touch football .. "live and let live" blue Italian " naturally generous trav- sincere ,, considerate , track and ...Gett elling . .. Farmer crosscountry loyalist . . . Grab David Graham Deborah Grassa Happy driving in the country Contagious laugh klutzy "l Zappa fan rock concerts likes didn't say anything" long blonde totravel . .. Gram hair . . . Grass Nina Graziano Patricia Greany Moody ., "Where ya going?" Joe Aware .nervous ., pork chops . unpredictable pizza , "Bingo listening to the Carpenters love thy anyway" , Graz neighbor Bubbles Laurine Greguoli Alan Griffin Writing poems watermelon Generous , racing go carts . "Do spirited ambitious , athletic you want to run it?" . pizza Med- excitable Greg iteranean blue Grif Cynthia Grimaldi Thomas Grimaldi John Guiel Understanding , . California sin- Driving , "Don't knock it" quiet Restless "Let's get it on brothers" cere . , "Do you know what l mean?" . . grinders working on cars naturally stoned brotherhood .individual Cindy blue .Tom . Vegetable Man Sandra Haidemenos Debra Hale Linda Hanechak Sweet green congenial . Optimistic .. "Try it, you'Il like it!" Open-minded lobster "What?" cheerleading being happy .. quiet. .pickles .. "enjoy it while , patient with people always Sandy you've got it" .. red . . . Turk there knitting. Nasty an--m Elizabeth Harrington Wayne Harrington Out-going . "Trust yourself" . Aggressive "more" hunting rocking chairs . "fantabuIous". blonde hair lively good. not peanut butter . "Why ?" . perfect "stupid" Quigly 2 Beth. John Hawes Bradford Hedges Paul Heppner Creative The Agawam Mirror Carefree . blue eyes "give me Fuwiovmg V Q Upardory' Soccer photography "Okay, what do you the ball" easy to getalong with "all right" V ambitignj to be 3 want meto draw next?" California "Time heals everything Brad maharajah rock music l-lep i it Marianne Herzog if!!! Martha Heyl Talkative dimples "meat" Sensitive lolusning "spaz skiing helpful live and let live "big rnoutn' sewing Yes "buzz off" Hogg dear" singing Marti Susan Heywood 'Qgvu' George Hill Energetic 'lglquffupw boys Wild wooly "If it feels good do loyality green eyes gemeroug it!" . football .. parties con art Cheerleader SUQ ist, .Georgie Porgie ,. . Pamela Holden Nliscnievous dark eyes sincere out-going Pam e f 7, V ,x 'A ' ' ' X-Qga :-'f Rf fi Linda Howe Walter Hurd Diana Janick Filffatlous big DWG GYGS -Cl19GI'- Extrovert travelling "Whoa!!" Daring "ls that good or no?" ing . ., pensive . 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Eat, Drink, and be Merry to have the world for a day and give to myfriends Lin Deborah Knowles Daydreamer concerts loves music "nature lover" "Do what you feel" ., individual Debbie l if , lf' , J ' ' 40 Francis Labun Dazed expressions bull sessions carefree attitude ,, "Aw, come on" , fantastic kicking toe Lavin 7 A ,W was B W L pt 'Q-f WH I X i 1-2 Ma rga ret Lango Warm ., roller skating . "Tl'iat's true" .. sensitive towards friends , nutty purple ,. Margie Mih- Steven Latour JoAnn Lavallee John Lazazzera Reserved good natured . "I don't Lively long walks wants to be a Happy . always calling someone A know" . Peanut butter patient barber V eager "bull" bappi- listening to Grand Funk V, "How , navinga good time . Hockey... ness . skiing ., Jo about the Bruins" ... nice hair ... Steve X Lazazzera ttf ,, t 'M 'i Lf Stephen Lefebvre Joanne Leger Excitable . playing toucn football Walking in the rain ., concerned .,, ul-ley" Forest Park . lose a optimistic . . spirited . . feeding few, win a few curly nair ,, Steve ducks . . , Fudgicles . , , Jo Lance Lamagdeline Thomas Locke Deborah Lombardi Friendly red hair energetic Humorous . football . flirtatious Inviting Smile mischievous look water skiing "Whats happening?" , shooting pool blue eyes I frustration grinders being . enjoying himself Rensell Tom M L! l D happy Deb J W Wuvp ,-WW ' WV 5 M6 .WAX ,I AD fd' DN S W 'V V We Off ' ip NG ie Jig Www Mace OXCNJB xhdcjefj. Robert Lombardi Ann marie Longo Cheryl Loomis Independent meat ball grinders Loves to laugh , twitchinglchin Sparkling eyes "Fantabulous" .., "What are you doing tonight?" , smiling going to Sturbridge ,, Crinkling nose , Lasagna loves ridingaround town .Bob unorganized . , , Shirley Temple Children. Cher Michael Losito John Luginbuhl Robert Lund Loves sports wild A big green Shy bristle hair . roller skating Reserved sincere quiet GYGS V 'Ong DVOWU half 'We and enjoys life Jaysin friendly Bob let live flirtatious Bandito 141 42 Edward Lutat Mark Magistri Calm and patient Bass guitar Italian temper shy "you only "What?" ,,. easy going . . . sincere , live once" .,. motorcycle trips ... Stretch soft hearted . .. Jistri Diane Magnani Kathleen Malachowski Going to Boston getting a blue Skeptical .. teaching kids "Oh M,G. playing pool "Slap my sure!" , chicken .. pensive facel' ',.. active . . . Maggie quiet smile ,., horseback riding. A Kath Albert Mallette Daryl Mallory Donna Marchand Warm .. sleeping H. brotherly ,. Apprehensive ... tall , "Grub" ,.. Talking on the phone , , , travelling . .. funny , . Hlife is like a recipe" . soccer "I think l'll cruise down "Sure!". .trying... 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Dawn-y-puss Deborah Nels Linda Nelson Fun-loving , . being with friends , , Gift of gab .. pizza .. wants to teach majorette . "lVlargie's Mashers . ., compassionate . blonde hair ,. long brunette hair Debbie "censored" . Starr Brian Nichols Enjoys people watching "Take it easy" . likes everyone . Baseball and Basketball ,. friendly . Nick Claire Niemiec JSVUGS NOIUW Forge-fful - going to HOCKGYH SZSVTWGS Nlischievous . , , fun-loving , , friendly HCOUSVW dV0l3S" A SQWIVWS - - sincere... red hair.., Jim moody . green eyes .. Claire 111 46 Nancy Norris Elizabeth Nunn Ted Oliver Unbelievable ., "ltdOn'tm21fY9VlO Creative . musical comedies Golfing "provocative" selfcon- me" .. hOl'SebaCk Vldlng i0V95 cheese fondu , "I don't know, can fident. dimple in his chin . ."Gee' animals. 'lchiefn .DUm'DUm you?" gardening Libby . shy . Ollie Robert Olson Beverly Orr Nancy Palazzi Swimming . . shy , "Do your best" Talented bike riding , Mtch!" Confusion "Whatta' you mental?" ,, Physics ,, reserved , . self con- sarcastic musical , loves to live . energetic "look at the bright tained ,,"RealIy?", , Bob and lives to love . blue eyes , . Bev side" laughing Palaz .ts 1. w unpar- Richard Palin Donna Parchick John Pavelesyk Lively congenial ,, art , blue Vivacious tennis puff Thgughtful alive and kicking egg plant enloys travelling "Whoaaa" .daring , long eyelashf "DOit'th9r1tl'1mk" heavy rock Rick es laughing . Parch forest ranger Sugar Daddy Susan Peloquin Russell Perusse Kalen Pl'lll'lDS Attractive talkative always Hockey "l-lold it down" loves QUIET "Tay-Ok" concern for looking for a good time creative the outdoors hunting patient OWGVS lohg blonde hair happy athletic Sue Russ PC- l 5 KRW 147 v M , ,ff .'-A , ,Zi if ,gf jf' gli. - X l-A if 5 N , f' ' 1 , QU ,J , if ,JI Sheryl Pickett Michael Pietroniro Raymond Pleva Adventurous . avid sports fan . . Conscientious "I mean, hey" Kind ., digs heavy music ,. " "l-lelp!" .. always getting lost .. ex- listening to rock music .,. macaroni don't work, try it again" .,, purple citable freckles ,. Pick ., sports fan ., Pet lives lifefully ., Rummy .l1'kX ll f 1 xx -E Jr gf, 48 f f I1 Qxigcoiy U' 5 fx Q, in l ra rt .tp , 'X 531 1 V P li ji . f ix A Q :WX NXNQJMQ PDA 1 F6 'f Dianna Ploof Susan Plourde Robert Poisson Witty gymnastics cheerleading Chubby cheeks impatient "C'- Humorous "Farout" . skiing intelligent .. happy-go-lucky mon" tennis , . likes Classical blue pizza swimming . " Contagious laugh Squggh music .. brown . Sue joy life to the fullest" . . , Bob GFI Jerald Pomerantz Karen Porter Sherrill Prout Driving around dry wit "l'n'i Happy wants to travel abroad Kind hearted "l'm embarrassed" impressed" singing the school long walks quiet strawberry ice Skidooing generous long song Jerry cream stubborn Karen brown hair innocent eyes Pud- dles Jeanne Quill Excitable freckles "forget it" Color guard friendly stylish dresser gullible Jeannie JN? R fffll' Q X fir 'N ix ' ,fi N i :JT l iv 2 ' ' ' I , , xv Jfiwyx' U' ,AV .!,v,' ' ' l i f? l ,l l at W u 2, ' IKV My i 3,4 f fi l fx Helen Rackiiffe Michael Ra mah Gary Randall Nervoug "Qi-1, Surg!" Skiing Travelling enloys orchestra music .Bowling constant srnlle U shy "say whats on your rnind" choco- dark curly hair "obviously" What? VIOl9T Dont look at late worrying Helen outgoing independent Mike me! GSW 111 O JoAnn Raynor Marcia Reed "Enjoy!" reading perky Stylish dresser talkative "Oh skating . green . A "Oh. brother !" gimme a break!" , . artistic .V gi . prettyeyes , Jo gles Hunderstanding .Marcia Jon Reske Camping , ,. full offun, wants to be a tycoon ,alvvays talking ,., con- cerned witty .. Scout Debra Rex Fun loving . Chinese tire drills . quick tempered shy incognito slim A ,. Oedipus J Michael Rhea ult r Opinionated ,. going to the movies , "That's ridiculous" .. skiing en- thusiast blue. Mike Q rt ti ,T rl Cf' - W 3 xf i 'Y ds Jw A. W5 kt Ulu'- David Rhodes Albert Ricco Cheryl Rising USTQWVWE T0 rock mUSlC - 'AYOUVG Racing wants to be a millionaire Watching SOSD ODGVBS VUOOGY putting me on" side burns "l'13VefUn" helping people "l don't know" ,. happiness pizza Dunkin Donuts Rhodzie Daddy Ricco Cheryl ef .iw-lib If Wkkfm 'XA wal ' .QVV db. vbod gf Wk Mur- Edward Rivers Russell Rivers Kenneth Robbins Carefree going lo California Working on cars "right on" Polite . .wants to be a mechanic .. "Really?" easy-going "Do what Dunkin Donuts "time will tell" working . ,. "Don't worry about it" you like" Ed grinders Stream Shop, Ken 61 't V ,y-it Mk NW Bfffxfi Dfaubw M we it NMWAQQ LN Y., QV sow 'QW Q3 For Carl Roberts James Roberts V Basketball "Oh Pooh!" chess Sensitive active . blushes easily on the move brows going to the m0V'95 Old determined Jake Beatle records Jim Steven Roberts John Robertson Serious . "nothing on the house" Skiing , "Don't worry" smiling interested .. sports minded A short hair laughing . Johno carefree , . . Steve K 'ii Carl Ronca Paul Rose Christopher Rossi "Live lite to the fullest" . roast beef "Procrastinator", ,t. unique ,. Broken leg , meatballs "be hap- Florida quick tempered , rnischievous? .?LVPaul? py all through life" listening to Carl L hard rock Chops ,I F Riu V ,Mx . xy. i fi! ww V Q! P' fl Wy FY i ., pi ll ,Qi Linda Rossi Anne Ryan Rhode island .,. nonchalant ... "be Chocolate almond chip ice cream ,, happy" ., lavender loud laugh happy , , football games "dude" .. spaghetti .. . Lynn . Annie My Jacqueline Ryer FrankSantinello William Sapelli Talkative outgoing red hair Brown eyes . sentimental active "Sure!" friendly . baseball and musically talented Classical music "What's happening ?" .. athlete hockey congeniality self con- Jackie Sant: trol sports ability Bill QQ? I Gary Savaria ,im Student Patrol leg watcher ,. heart" . . Lover Boy Paul SCSIQS David Schaedlick Donna Schebel Aims TO be Si SKI burn D'f3C'U Friendly forgetful procrastina- "Fulfill your purpose in life" Riche "Oh V93llY7" DOD COW W3VY tor? ? Dave ard sarcastic clenchingfistancl hair Paul grittingteeth Donna 1' bowling ... enthusiastic "sweet- 4 Jeanne Scherpa Charlotte Serra Joseph Shaer Gets along with everyone . whipped Moody ., aims to become a doctor Dependable , . solitary self con- cream . , quiet and sincere . dark . "So what?". sewing .. tortelli- trol "You're telling me?" live in eyes , .Scherp ni ,, Charlie the woods. , Big Beef O 'Q o 930 9 if JeanetteSheffer Understanding pineapple milk- shakes with cherries ., sewing . energetic , folkmusic ,Nekie Peter Shibley Gullible .,, sarcastic ... baseball ... have a good tirne big hands .H Beef Wellington . . . Shelby Dl3l'l9Slmm0l'15 ScottSkolnick Gary Smith WaV1iS to DGCOVTTG 3 Medical SGCVQTSVY Independent .. blue and gold sneaker Artistic ., music . , lackadaisical , lively g , cooking lasagna .. laces "Thaw dynamite" 5p0rt5 never serious , . lobster "love life quiet M D1 y understanding . , , scott and be nappy" Smythe -x i S1 l A 2 4 l 'R- N yt- HM Deborah Snyder "Give me a break" .. rock spa- ghetti . friendly talking play- ingfootball ,. Debbie M Wiliif M i wily? W W ' Q ull il Qi wil NX Mitchell Soffen Pauline Sosnowich NliClW2iGl Spinelli "hoo boy" .. calm . spaghetti "heebie ieebies" , . quiet . content UVB!" COVWEGVWWI V - 'WG life to The going to the moon , advanced rnath , . chocolate ice cream .. stares fUll9SYi COVOSSGV' V- Dlabflflg VWOCK' ... science fiction .,, Mitch Pooch GY Mike 155 Ch ristopher Stawasz ghetti ,, "I don't know" shy . . Chris Barbara Swiderski Lawrence Taylor Going to Forest Park skiing Unique mustache procrastina unpredictable cries easily "CP tor Larry mon Toni" Swid Love of nature ,. reserved spa- Lo ri Stefani k Hot fudge sundaes .. smiling ...grapevine ties. . Bones rock . . . always . , going to par- Paula Theodorowicz Unpredictable skiing amiable procrastinator Mirror News , impressive eyes "T" Gregory Toczko "If a plant cannot live according to its nature, it dies, and so a man" . ., Thoreau he 1 jrwift f - 5 , is ing' . Ji J 1 K aff ' ,J 1: 1 ' - A'- ii 92 5 - are Lawrence Tiffany 5h9lleyTitcomb Dancing "Hey" Beef Stroga- Quiet but devilish .cookies quick noff concerned .. curious Tiff change of moods "Oh well!" . . dimples , George Andrew Torino Unique long hair Skips philosoe phy . Andy David Tourville VincentTrimboli Edward Tyburski Going to the Cape green eyes Quiet "Yah-hooo" happy Good times easyegoirig humorf "fantastic" hamburgers , Tweet baseball enjoy life Winny the GUS Italian grinderg Ty Pooh Antonia Veronesi Diane Vetro Kathy Viens School's whipped cream sports- Shopping medical assistant .. Sincere drawing futurenwater- minded .., lively ... lasagna ,. "Oh quiet . ., Friendly's , ,, be yourself . ,. girl for the Bruins ... keep smiling 4 ,. brother!" , . , Toni Diane Kath by i 5 Karla Vining Douglas Walsh Congenial horseback riding big Acting soul music wavy hair blue eyes concern for others --- lallghlflg H- Stage WGST V-- movies ,.. Karl Dougee l s E ll l H521 ' zsssy "mf I ef' Diane Walz Lynn Wertharner Marilyn West Cares about people green eyes Green. ,. last period study ., con- An individual English , , Califor going to the beach "Sure!" U servautives . join the Peace Corps nia sincere ., broccoli , Walzie . Fish Merdel Donald Wheeler Debra White Mischievous . active sincere in Creative writing . happiness , , his own way freckles. .D0n. Joan Baez i acting apples . . Debbie Randall White Shooting pool "No way" ., own a house on the ocean , i biology take it easy Whitey Caron Wiggins Sharon Wiggins "You're kidding" introverthi. cal- Boggterous N, psychology N Culus - - OVBVWSGS blke Vldlflg to school's hamburgers really , . work Caron nothing gets her down .. Figgins ss!" John Williamson l'Ocelot" astronomy green i red hair ., playing pool William Johnson Pamela Wing "Buzzzz-off!" . smiling ,. Cape Cod , . , always laughing . , , Winger. Candace Williams Hypocrites ., "Oh, no!" , hermit astonishment ., independent A Candy -'riff' Marcia Williamson Bicycle riding hungry , happy , window shopping infectious laugh Marcia .Ez JuneWood Passionate moody . . "l don't care" going to the park ,. November Rosalyn Wright Piano dietician quiet jeal- ousy . ., basketball ,.r Roz Laura Wylie Donald Young Valerie Young Bubbly .., dimple ... be yourself ... Singing to himself ... "The dude" .. Sarcastic ... large eyes ,.. lf at first humor . . . sensitive ... Baby Wylo hunting . , . curly red hair ,.. huge... you don't succeed -forget it . . . Biz Youngy. Lee Zanotti Timothy Zielinski Friendly ... "Zazoo" ,.. different ... Congenial ... good humor ,.. "Unbe- acrazy Italian "Z" lieve" ... gold .., grinders ... Zelinsk L vb' of . xy! Livfrt-1" l 0' Thomas Dias Short caddy bike-riding individual ...Tom Kevin Miranda Procrastinator . .. unique ...spaghet- ti and meatballs ... Kevin Photographs not taken: Leonard Ares Barbara Bellefleur Deborah Campbell Lawrence Campurciani Bruce Conant Rose D'Auito Debra Dean Roger French Gary Gibbs Jolyn Guilmette Timothy Harrison Melissa Holman Joseph Klundt Mark Krato ' Q gli-fp! 'Q pessimistic ... Walter Lang John Letendre Deborah Lynch Maureen Moynahan John Pilkington Debra Presz Loretta Riley Roland Roberts Dennis Rock John Rosati Daniel Rose Mark Sullivan Rick Wills James Yarmac buggy Q' xxdx GSW X if Diana Edmunds Red ...giggles ,.. Jimmy ...amiable .., sympathetic ... freckles ... Diana Nancy Starzyk Reserved musician horseback riding... blue... piccolo ... Nancy NP XAG9' KN 'tom Xkxxtri- J: Jljggd-QQ ftgfsggft' sf Q at eqzgxl QQQQS. Annamaria Mazza UP ie Zh Innocent . . . sincere , . . Westfield Sav- sP 663' ings ... pizza ... "I don't know" ... 9 162 ' - Cookie Donald Filiault Skiing individual easy-going ... mustache... Don Deborah Turner Sparkling brown eyes petite excitable . .. blue . . . Debbie Clifford Mitchell 1953-1971 He was bright He was happy Always laughing and amused. He was loving He was cheerful And his parting left us confused. Though his spirit still surrounds us His silent thoughts are not of man For he has left our earthly vision And journeyed to a heavenly land. But no matter how far away he wanders From far away depths to distant sky His spirit is a part of us And that part will never die. Diane Sahovey Senior Directory Robert V. Ackerman, 52 William St.3 Cross Country 1. Thomas J. Acquaro, 32 Rhodes Ave.3 Soccer 2.3,4Q Track 3,43 Basketball 1,23 Football 13 Student Patrol 3,41 Biology Club 23 Winter Track 3,4. Cynthia L. Adams, 71 Cooley St. Steven N. Adamski, 29 Briarcliff Dr.3 Soccer 2,33 Baseball 13 Student Patrol 3,43 Band 1,2. Maryann Alessandri, 1068 North St. Maureen A. Amaral, 27 DePalma St.3 Student Patrol 33 Student Council 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 43 Class Secretary 33 Cheer- leader 1,23 Personality Club 2,3,43 Ski Club 3, 43 Candy Sale Chairman 43 Sachem Staff 43 Gym Club 1,23 Mass. Assoc. of Student Coun- cil Convention Delegate 1,2,3,43 Graduation Daisy Chain 3. Twyla M. Andros, 24 Colemore St.3 Personali- ty Club 13 Homeroom Representative 23 West Side Rally 33 National Honor Society 3,43 Graduation Daisy Chain 33 Sachem Staff 43 Kid Party 4. Edward Ardizoni, 75 Franklin St. Leonard M. Ares, 104 Ridgeway Dr. Judith A. Arnold, 671 Springfield St.3 Chorus 2. Y' is In mg' 1 A .iiilm 3 ,Q I 2 -t if wif Margaret E. Avezzie, 204 South St.3 Band 1,2, 3,43 Biology Club 1,2,3, Treasurer 33 Latin Club 43 Chess Club 23 Sachem Staff 43 Nation- al Honor Society 3,43 Literary Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 43 Red Cross 33 Gym Club 2,3. David S. Avondo, 248 High St. Carole M. Babyok, 127 Doane Ave.3 Majorette 43 Color Guard 33 Sachem Staff 43 Chorale 43 Drama Club 13 Gym Club 23 Ski Club 1,2,33 Personality Club 2,33 Prom Committee 33 Homeroom Representative 23 Graduation Daisy Chain 33 West Side Rally 3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Chorus 1,2,33 Spanish National Honor Society 23 Operetta 2,33 Sing- Out3. Linda L. Bailey, 34 Charles St.3 Chorus 1,2,43 Band 2,3,43 Choralettes 3,43 Chorale 3,43 Operetta 1,2,3,43 Sing-Out 3,43 Future Teach- ers' Club 1,23 National Honor Society 3,4. Marjorie A. Baker, 116 Adams St. Karen L. Balboni, 14 Highland Ave. Gregory A. Balsewicz, 1177 Main St., As Schools Match Wits Team 3,43 Sachem Staff 43 French Club 1,2,3,4 Vice-President 43 Mad- rigal 2,3,43 Chorale 1,2,3,4, Officer 43 Operet- ta 2,43 Western Mass. District Chorus 2,3,43 Band 1,2. Richard Barnard, 44 Ridgeway Dr.3 Ski Club 43 Football 13 Basketball 2. Gary T. Battles, 536 North St. Mark E. Beaulieu, 507 Silver St. Theresa A. Beaulieu, 507 Silver St.3 Chorale 43 Choralette 3,43 Western Mass. District Cho- rus 43 Biology Club 33 Business Club 3,43 Chorus 2,3,43 Sing-Out 3,43 Teens for Excep- tional Children 2. Barbara J. Bellefleur, 61 Parker St. Denise A. Bellemore, 51 Raymond Cir. Michael Belisle, 144 Maple St. Joseph J. Benerakis, 599 Shoemaker La. Bruce A. Benson, 97 Valentine St. Denise M. Bessette, 523 Franklin St. Ext.3 Cheerleader 1,2,33 National Honor Society 3, 43 Gym Club 1,2,3,4. Charles R. Bewes, 16 Warren St.3 Drama Club 1,23 Chorale 1,2,33 Operetta 13 Art Club 43 Bowling 43 Library Staff 43 Homeroom Repre- sentative 13 West Side Rally 3,4. Frances V. Bigda, 1736 Main St.3 Band 1,2,3, 43 National Honor Society 3,4, President 43 Spanish National Honor Society 1,23 Chorus 1,23 Chorale 2,3,43 Future Teachers' Club 1,2, 3,4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 43 Student Patrol 33 Spanish Club 2, Treasur- er 23 Sachem Staff 43 Western Mass. District Chorus 43 Operetta 1,2,3,43 Sing-Out 2,3,43 Personality Club 2. Nancy K. Biza, 40 Monroe St. Kenneth P. Blackwood, 22 Coronet Cir.3 Bas- ketball 1,2,3,43 Golf 3,43 Baseball 2. Nancy M. Blascak, 311 Shoemaker La.3 Span- ish Club 2,33 Chess Club 2,33 Biology Club 3, 43 Literary Club 3,4, Vice-President 43 Chorus 43 Operetta 4. David W. Boldebook, 3 Cecile St., Band 1,23 Bowling 43 West Side Rally 33 Homeroom Representative 2,33 Football 1. Josephine Bonavita, 322 Rowley St. James L. Bonfitto, 196 Meadow St.3 AVA 33 Bowling 4. Roberta A. Bonomi, 49 Shoemaker La.3 Band 1,23 Ski Club 33 Color Guard 3,43 Mirror Staff 4. Michelle Booth, 41 River Rd. Peter R. Borkosky, 204 Garden St. Joseph R. Borowiec, Apt. D-1 Belden Ct.3 Baseball 1,2,3,4. Edmund A. Bouley, 25 Letendre Ave.3 Nation- al Honor Society 3,43 Football 1. Gail Branchini, 437 North St.3 Gym Club 2,33 Personality Club 2,3,43 Ski Club 2,3,43 Prom Committee 33 Homeroom Representative 23 Kid Party Chairman 4. Garry M. Brinn, 379 River Rd.3 AVA 3,43 Stage Crew 1,2,3,4. Mark J. Brodeur, 50 Harding St.3 Swim Team 43 Baseball 1,3,43 Hockey 2,3. Virginia R. Brown, 1324 Main St.3 Chorale 2, 3,4, Western Mass. District Chorus 2,43 Mad- rigals 3,4. Donna E. Buck, 65 Hall St. Randy J. Buiso, 28 Cleveland St.3 Bowling 43 Baseball 1. Anthony F. Calvanese, 17 Cooper St.3 Base- ball 23 Hockey 43 Student Council 3,43 Youth Advisory Council 43 Mass. Assoc. of Student Council Convention Delegate 3,43 Western Mass. Assoc. of Student Council Convention Delegate 3,43S3Ci19I'T'l Staff 43 National Honor Society 3,4. Debbie Campbell, 591 Suffield St. Donna M. Campbell, 52 Adams St.3 Chorus 1, 23 Student Council 1. Lawrence C. Campurciani, 49 Russel St., West Springfield. Donald C. Capponcelli Jr., 41 Rhodes Ave.3 Football 1,2,3,43 Track 1,23 Band 13 Math League 4. Anne Marie Carey, 34 Thalia Dr.3 Sachem Staff 43 Band 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 43 Oper- etta 1,2,3,43 Ski Club 33 National Honor So- ciety 3,43 Library Staff 3,4. Leo Carey, 60 Maynard St. Barbara A. Cariani, 350 Meadow St.3 Gym Club 23 Personality Club 2,3,43 Color Guard 3, 43 Prom Chairman 33 Mirror Staff 3,43 Stu- dent Council 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,4. Daniel R. Caroleo, 1214 Suffield St.3 Ski Team 1,2,3,4Q Golf 1,2,3,43 Ski Club 1,2,3,4Z National Honor Society 4. Anne M. Caron, 75 Campbell Dr.3 Chorus 1,2, 3,42 National Honor Society 3,43 Future Teachers' Club 1,2,3,43 Drama Club 23 Per- sonality Club 23 Operetta 1,2,3,43 Chorale 3, 43 Choralettes 33 Madrigals 43 Spanish Club 2. Karen S. Carruthers, 171 School St.3 Basket- ball 1,2,33 Field Hockey 1,2,4Q Student Coun- cil 1,2. Robert Castellanos, 67 Monroe St. Mark D. Catchepaugh, 24 Mill St. Dorothy J. Cavanaugh, 65 South St.3 Biology Club 23Chorus 1. James P. Cebrelli, 14 Prospect St. Anne E. Cesan, 300 North West St.3 Math League 43 National Honor Society 3,4. Sheila A. Champiney, 16 Rowley St.3 Chorus 1,2,3. Donna M. Charest, 55 Federal St.3 Ski Club 3. Ronald W. Chechile, 35 Western Dr. Ellen M. Chyba, 70 Giffin Pl.3 Gym Club 13 Operetta1,2. Gregory P. Ciak, 207 Maynard St. Felix A. Cincotta, 1266 Springfield St. Nancy C. Cincotta, 600 Cooper St. Ann Marie Cirillo, 1710 Main St.3 Kid Party 43 Chorus 1,2,3,4Q Future Teachers' Club 1,2,3, 4, Secretary 33 West Side Rally 3,43 Prom Committee 33 Personality Club 23 Ski Club 4. Frank R. Collina, 73 Silver Lake Dr.3 Football 13 Soccer 3,41 Hockey 1,2,3,43 Golf 2,3,4. John Collins, 131 Southwick St.3 Ski Club 13 Russian Club 13 Environment Club 23 Biology Club 33 Kid Party 4. Susan H. Colson, 18 Ridgeview DY.: Gym Club 13 National Honor Society 3,43 Ski Club 41 Sachem Staff 43 Library Staff 4. Bruce R. Conant, 468 Cooper St. Pamela A. Conkey, 64 Doane Ave.3 Ski Club 2: Chorus l,2,33 Chorale 3,4, Officer 43 Operetta 1,2,3,43 Sing-Out 3,43 Personality Club 2. Jo-Anne Cooper, 96 Ridgeway Dr.3 Ski Club 2, 3,42 Personality Club 23 Prom Committee 3: Business Club 4. Donna J. Corbin, 131 River Rd.3 Band l,2,33 Biology Club 23 Operetta 1,2,3Q Prom Com- mittee 33 Field Hockey 43 Business Club 2,43 Graduation Usherette 33 Chorus 1,2,3,4. Donna M. Corgan, 76 Federal Ave.3 Prom Committee 33 Personality Club 2,33 Future Nurses' Club 3, Homeroom Representative 2, 3. Gary R. Costa, 55 Clematis Rd. Dale H. Cote, 44 Wright St.: Art Club 1: Li- brary Staff 3,43 Operetta 1,2,3,4. Diana L. Cross, 206 Southwick3 Ski Club 2.3, 43 Future Nurses' Club 43 Gym Club 13 Nation- al Honor Society 3,43 Homeroom Represent- ative 43 Student Patrol 4. Loretta R. Cuneo, 668 Cooper St.3 Band l,2,33 Biology Club 1,21 Future Nurses' Club 23 Ski Club 2,33 Business Club 1,2,3. Robert W. Cummings, 51 Strawberry Hill Rd.3 Chess Club 2,33 Bowling 4. Richard Dahdah, 469 North St. Arthur Daigneau, 63 Poinsetta St.3 Football 3. Rose M. D'Aiuto, 26 Begley St. Luann M. Dalla Pegorara, 360 Suffield St.3 Biology Club 13 Business Club 3,41 Future Nurses' Club 13 Prom Committee 33 Sachem Staff4. William A. Daudelin, 77 High St.3 Basketball 1,23 Football 1,3,43 Baseball 1,2,3,4. John R. Davies, 82 River Rd.3 Track 23 Base- ball 13 Biology Club 23 Basketball 3,42 Nation- al Honor Society 3,43 Ecology Club 4: Student Council 43 Sachem Staff Associate Editor 4. Sharon L. Davio, 91 Southwick St. Alfred P. Davis, 78 North St.3 IRC 13 Russian Club 13 National Honor Society 3,4. Debra Dean, 1178 Suffield St.3 Majorette 1. Richard DeBiasio, 66 Letendre Ave.3 Baseball 1,23 National Honor Society 3,4. Donna DeCosmo, 11 Western Dr. Nancy DeCosmo, 17 Ruth Ave.3 Class Vice- President 1,23 Student Council 1,2,3I Person- ality Club 2,32 Feature Twirler 1,2,3,4Q Mirror Staff 3,4. Dennis DeMatos, 39 Wilbert Ter.3 Basketball 1,23 Football 1, Captain 13 Soccer 2. Linda D. Depalo, 73 Fairview St.3 Chorus 1,2, 3,42 Chorale 2,3,43 Choralette 3,43 Color Guard 3,4. Richard F. DeVall, 892 North St.3 Baseball 1, 2,3,4. Thomas Dias, 83 Parker St. Paul DiDonato, 242 South Westfield St.C Foot- ball 1,2,3,43 Ski Club 1,2,3,43 Homeroom Representative 1,2. Kathy Dow, 1275 Suffield St.3 Mirror Staff 43 Future Teachers' Club 1,2,3Q Chorus 1,2,33 Ski Club 3,43 Graduation Daisy Chain 33 Prom Committee 3. John F. Doyle, 171 Florida Dr.3 Cross Country 1,2,3,4. Lorelei M. Dragon, 1114 North St. Frederic E. DuBour, 45 Belvedere Ave.3 Bas- f , ir Class Wits Val Young and Ed Faits. ketball 1,2. Steven J. Duplessis, 1172 River Rd.3 Tennis 1, 2,3,43 Ski Club 1,2,3,4. Roland Dupre, 118 Parker St. Clara L. Duval, 14 North Alhambra Cir.3 Oper- etta 1,2,3,43 Chorus 1,23 Chorale 3,43 Future Nurses'Club2,3. William G. Earle, 257 North Westfield St. Diana J. Edmunds, 507 Franklin St. Ext.3 Future Nurses' Club 2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,4. Cynthia E. Ekstedt, 30 Briarcliff Dr.3 Color Guard 3,43 Band 1,23 Gym Club 1,23 Ski Club 2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Class Vice- President 3,43 Junior Marshall 3: Prom Committee 33 West Side Rally 3,43 Personali- ty Club 23 Daughter of American Revolution Award 4. Edward G. Faits, 12 Ridgeway Dr.3 Basketball 1,2,43 Student Council 43 Ecology Club 4. Douglas P. Favreau, 107 Fox Farm Rd., Soc- cer 2,3,4, Co-Captain 43 National Honor So- ciety 3,4. Mitzi C. Fay, 764 North West St.3 Library Staff 4. Nancy J. Femmel, 116 Letendre Ave.3 Future Teachers' Club 2,33 Personality Club 33 Gym Club l,2,33 Chorus 1,23 Color Guard 3,43 Na- 165 l tional Honor Society 43 Prom Committee 33 Ski Club 3,43 Environment Club 2,33 Operetta 1323 Graduation Daisy Chain 33 Sachem Staff 43 West Side Rally 3,43 Kid Party 4. Joyce L. Ferioli, 22 Raymond Cir.3 Biology Club 23 Future Teachers' Club 23 Chorus 23 Color Guard 3,43 West Side Rally 43 Kid Party 4. Donald R. Filiault, 94 Reed St.3 Ski Team 13 Ski Club 1. Debbie Fish, 59 Garden St. Denise G. M. Fontaine, 48 North Alhambra Cir. Elaine Frank, 73 Bessbrook St.3 Ski Club 3343 Personality Club 23 Homeroom Representa- tive 33 National Honor Society 3,43 Prom Committee 33 West Side Rally 3,43 Sachem Staff4. Bella A. Frasco, 240 South St.3 Ski Club 33 Basketball Mgr. 33 Field Hockey 43 Mirror Staff 43 West Side Rally 33 Prom Committee 3. Roger A. French, 49 Center St.3 Track 1. Joanne Frogameni, 98 Parker St. Deborah Fydenkevez, 28 Valentine Ter.: West Side Rally 3,43 Future Teachers' Club 2,33 Personality Club 23 Ski Club 233343 Library Staff 33 Prom Committee 33 Sachem Staff 43 Business Club 4, Vice-President 43 Environ- ment Club 2,33 Spanish Club 23 Pep Club 2. Denise Gagnier3 278 Meadow St.3 Pep Club 13 Future Nurses' Club 1,43 Ski Club 2,3,43 Envi- ronment Club 233343 Vice-President 43 Library Staff 3,43 West Side Rally 43 Sachem Staff 4. Robert C. Gagnon, 127 Lealand AVe.Q Band 13 2,3,43 Dance Band l,2,3,43 Show Orchestra 13 233343 National Honor Society 334. Catherine A. Gale, 59 South Westfield St.3 Band 334. Charles Gaudino, 17 Simpson Cir.3 Track 1. Dionne M. Gendron, 94 Hamilton Cir.3 Oper- etta 2,3,43 Pep Club 23 Future Nurses' Club 23 Band 43 Library Staff 3,43 Sachem Staff 4. 166 Susan M. Ghedi, 117 Doane Ave.3 Tennis Club 23 Prom Committee 33 Field Hockey 4, Co- Captain 43 Basketball 33 Latin Club 4. Gary E. Gibbs, 38 Regency Park Dr.3 Gym Team 33 Bowling 43 Ski Club 2,33 Football 1. Janice Goss, 382 North Westfield St. Frank D. Grabinski, 36 Raymond Cir.3 Nation- al Honor Society 3343 Football 13 Track 2,3,43 Cross Country 334. David Graham, 177 River Road. Deborah J. Grassa, 125 Edgewater Rd.3 Per- sonality Club 2,33 Color Guard 3,43 West Side Rally 3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Drama Club 13 Prom Committee 33 Ski Club 334, Treasurer 4: Kid Party 4: Sachem Staff 43 "Voice of Democracy" Award 4. Nina M. Graziano, 46 Pineview Cir.3 Gradua- tion Usherette 23 Future Nurses Club 2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 43 West Side Rally 33 Kid Party 43 Student Patrol 43 National Honor Society 4. Patricia Greany, 79 Cooley St.3 Band l,2,3,43 Operetta 2,3,43 Chorus 4b Laurine A. Greguoli, 19 Brookline Ave.3 Gym Club l,2,3,43 Homeroom Representative 23 Basketball 3,4, Captain 3343 Chorale 43 Cho- rus 13 Choralettes 3,43 Band 1,2,3,4, Secre- tary 43 Mirror Staff 43 Sing-Out 3343 Operetta 2,3,43 Prom Committee 3. Alan Griffin, 431 Springfield St. Cynthia L. Grimaldi, 76 Parkview Dr. Tom J. Grimaldi, 84 Adams St. John A. Guiel3 91 Ridgeway Dr.3 Ski Club 23 Bowling 43 Advisory Council4. Jolyn S. Guilmette, 50 Senator Ave. Sandra J. Haidemenos, 39 Homer St.3 Cheer- leader 1,2,3343 Band 1,23 Graduation Daisy Chain 33 National Honor Society 334. Debra L. Hale, 13 Orchard St.3 Chorus 1,23 Graduation Usherette 23 Future Nurses' Club 1,2,3,4, President 43 Student Patrol 43 Kid Party 4, Linda A. Hanechak3 420 Main St.3 Graduation Daisy Chain 33 Operetta 3,43 Future Nurses' Club 3,43 Biology Club 23334, Treasurer 4. Elizabeth A. Harrington, 123 Adams St.3 Biol- ogy Club 2,3,43 Future Nurses' Club 43 Liter- ary Club 4. Wayne L. Harrington, 15 Vadnais St.3 Base- ball 1,2,33 Football 1. Timothy Harrison, 25 Kings Highway, West Springfield3Track 2. Bradford Hedges, 805 Silver St.3 Football 132, 3,4, Co-Captain 4. Paul C. Heppner, 49 Amherst Ave.3 Baseball 2,33 Soccer 2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Environment Club 4. Marianne K. Herzog, 48 Florida Dr.3 Personal- ity Club 23 Ski Club 2,3,43 Secretary 43 Prom Committee 33 Gym Club 1323 Kid Party 4. Martha J. Heyl, 45 Federal St.3 Drama Club 13 23 Color Guard 3,43 Sachem Staff 43 National Honor Society 3,43 Chorus 13233343 Chorale 43 Sing-Out 2,3,43 Band l,2,3,43 Treasurer 43 Future Teachers' Club l,2,3,43 Treasurer 33 Secretary 43 Operetta l,2,3,43 Library Staff 33 43 Latin Club 4. Susan E. Heywood, 733 Suffield St.3 Person- ality Club 23 Student Council l,2,3,43 Gradua- tion Daisy Chain 33 Sachem Staff 43 Cheer- leader1,233,4. George A. Hill ll. 66 South Westfield St.3 Foot- ball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 43 Class President 3, 43 Student Council 3,4. Pamela Holden, 12 Federal St. Ext. Melissa Holman, 942 Northwest St.3 Business Club 4. Linda J. Howe, 80 North Alhambra Cir.3 Class Treasurer 13 Spanish National Honor Society 23 Personality Club 23 Student Council 2,3,4Q Cheerleader 3,42 National Honor Society 3,4. Walter B. Hurd, 1368 Springfield St.3 Russian Club 13 Future Teachers' Club 2,4, Vice-Pres- ident 43 Art Club 23 Operetta 3,42 Chorale 43 Sing-Out 43 Homeroom Representative 3,43 Library Staff 3,4. Diana M. Janick, 75 Valentine St.3 National Honor Society 3,42 West Side Rally 33 Busi- ness Club 2,3,4, President 43 Operetta 2,33 Prom Committee 3. Melanie J. Jasmin, 420 Main St.3 Basketball 43 Student Council 13 Spanish Club 1,22 Drama Club 1. Mark E. Jenks, 65 Birch Hill Rd.: Ski Club 3,42 Hockey 2,3. Leonard A. Johnson, 100 Elm St.3 Football 11 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Environment Club 4. Kathlyn E. Jones, 52 Wright St.: Ski Club 2,31 Operetta 1,2,3,4Q Chorus 13 Personality Club 23 Chorale 2,32 Pep Club 13 Madrigal 3. Fred L. Kaminski, 1036 Shoemaker Lane: Biology Club 2,33 Ecology Club 4. Evelyn M. Karakla, 703 South Westfield St.3 Library Staff 3,43 Library Committee 3,43 Business Club 1,2,33 Operetta 2,33 Future Nurses Club 2: Chorus 4. Carl Karolinski, 1187 Springfield St.3 IRC 12 Sing-Out 33 AVA 3,43 Operetta 2,3,42 Business Club 3.4, Treasurer 4. Ann Kazantis, 4 Trinity Ter.3 Candy Sale Chairman 43 Color Guard 3,43 National Honor Society 3,42 Class Secretary 33 Graduation Daisy Chain 33 Homeroom Representative 23 Student Council 13 West Side Rally 3,43 Per- sonality Club 23 Ski Club 3,4. Donna M. Keefe, 262 Colemore St.3 Cheer- leader 1,2,3,4Q Personality Club 2, Secretary 23 National Honor Society 3,41 Mirror Staff 3, 4. Best Ruth L. Keogh, 102 Doane Ave.3 Drama Club 13 Ski Club 1,2,33 Operetta 1,2,3,43 Gym Club 13 Personality Club 23 Chorus 1,41 Library Staff 43 Pep Club 1. Linda S. Kibbe, 40 Doane Ave.3 Drama Club 13 Gym Club 1,21 Ski Club 2,33 Pep Club 23 Oper- etta 1,2,3,43 Library Staff 43 Art Club 4, Secre- tary 43 Personality Club 2. Joe Klundt,12 Hall St.3 Soccer 3: Cross Coun- try 13 Chess Club 23 Track Team 3. Deborah Ann Knowles, 82 Northwood St.3 Personality Club 2,3. Mark R. Kratovil, 32 Gunn Geary La. Francis Labun, 82 Kensington St.3 Ski Club 43 Football 1,21 Basketball 13 Baseball 23 Soccer 3,43 Ecology Club 4. Lance L. Lamagdeleine, 216 Walnut St. Donald M. Lamoureux, 42 Willow Brook Dr.3 Wrestling Team 3. Walter Lang, 52 William St. Margaret A. Lango, 44 Rowley St.3 Chorus 1, 2,3,4I Operetta 1,2,3,43 Sachem Staff 4. Steven R. Latour, Shibley Ct.3 Operetta 3,4. JoAnn Lavallee, 304 Silver St.3 Ski Club 3,43 Biology Club 13 Operetta 1,2,3,43 Gym Club 2. John M. Lazazzera, 107 Brien St. Stephen G. Lefebvre, 716 Northwest St. Joanne M. Leger, 16 Scherpa St.3 Graduation Daisy Chain 33 Student Council 1,2,3,4Q Na- tional Honor Society 3,43 Personality Club 23 Sachem Staff 43 Cheerleader 1,2,3,4. John Letendre, 11 Allen St. Thomas S. Locke, 14 Briarcliff Dr.3 Football 1,2,3,4. Deborah Lombardi, 39 Highland St.: Gym Club 13 Ski Club 33 Personality Club 2,3. Robert Lombardi, 32 Fruwirth Ave. Annmarie Longo, 236 Adams St.3 Chorus 13 Personality Club 2,31 Gym Club 13 West Side Rally 43 Ski Club 3,42 Prom Committee 33 Kid Party 4. Cheryl A. Loomis, 13 Horsham Pl.3 Sing-Out 3,43 Chorus 2,3,43 Choralette 3,42 Operetta 2, 3,4. Michael G. Losito, 489 Shoemaker Lane3 Football 1,2,3,4Q Assistant Coach 43 Hockey 1,2,3Q Student Patrol 33 West Side Rally 3,4. John D. Luginbuhl, 52 Campbell Dr.3 Operet- ta 2,3,4Q Chorale 3,4. Robert Lund, 96 Elbert St. Edwin Lutat, 95 Harvey Johnson Dr. Deborah Lynch, 86 Sylvan La. Mark Magistri, 16 Channel Dr.3 Band 1,23 ChessClub 2. Diane M. Magnani, 66 Northwood St.3 Ski Club 2,3,43 Future Nurses' Club 1,2,3,4, Sec- retary-Treasurer 33 West Side Rally 3,43 Prom Committee 33 Biology Club 1. Kathleen M. Malachowski, 38 Chapin St.3 Gym Club 13 Future Teachers' Club 2,32 Biol- ogy Club 1,23 Business Club 33 Prom Com- mittee 33 Operetta 23 West Side Rally 4. Allyn Mallette, 113 Line St.: Track 3. 167 Daryl G. Mallory, 738 Suffield St.3 Soccer 2,3, 43 National Honor Society 3,43 Student Patrol 43 Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award 4. Donna-Marie Marchand, 19 Trinity Ter.3 Ski Club 2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,41 Homeroom Representative 43 Prom Commit- tee 33 West Side Rally 3,4. Kathleen M. Marquis, 39 Norman Ter.: Oper- etta 1,2,4. Annamaria Mazza, 190 Mill St. Donna M. Mazza, 11 Fruwirth Ave.3 Color Guard 33 Business Club 2. John F. McCarthy, 536 North Westfield St.3 Biology Club4. Mark Stephen McLaughlin, 98 Federal St. Ext.3 Baseball 13 Environment Club 23 Swim Team 4. Robert L. Meister, 77 Harvey Johnson Dr.3 Ski Club 1,2,3,4, President 43 Ski Team 1,2,3,4, Captain 43 Football 13 Track 1,23 Cross Coun- try 23 Homeroom Representative 13 Prom Committee 3. Nancy K. Meucci, 160 Franklin St.3 Prom Committee 33 Ski Club 33 Personality Club 23 Student Council 43 Kid Party 43 Sachem Staff 43 Homeroom Representative 1,31 Gradua- tion Usherette 23 Graduation Daisy Chain 33 West Side Rally 3,4. Kevin J. Miranda, 775 Springfield St. Paulina A. Mish, 214 Springfield St.3 Biology Club 2,3,43 Spanish Club 33 Chess Club 33 Lit- erary Club 3,43 Chorus 2,4. Albert J. Montagna, 29 Highland Ave.: Cross Country 33 Track 3,4. Martha A. Moriarty, 18 Albert St.3 Ski Club 3. 43 Chorus 1,21 Personality Club 3,42 Pep Club 1,23 Operetta 2,31 Gym Club 1,2,33 Tennis Team 3,4. Joseph W. Morin, 79 Perry La.: AVA 3,43 Oper- 168 etta 1,2,3,43 Art Club 3. Chorale 3. Ralph A. Morin, 154 Lealand Ave.3 Track 2,3, 43 Cross Country 3,42 Student Patrol 3,4. Michael J. Moreau, 1303 Suffield St.3 Base- ball 1,2,3,43 Hockey 3,43 National Honor So- ciety 3,43 Ecology Club 4. William P. Morrissey, 37 Campbell DY.: Hock- ey 1,2,3,4. Maureen Moynahan, 140 East Autumn St. Therese J. Murray, 80 Granger Dr.3 West Side Rally 3,43 Kid Party 43 Future Nurses' Club 2, 3,43 Graduation Daisy Chain 33 Library Staff 3,43 Personality Club 3,4, President 43 Sach- em Staff 4. Yuji Nakamori, 39 Center St.3 Basketball3 SOCCEFQ Dawn Nardi, 575 North St. Deborah J. Neis, 87 Coronet Cir.3 Sing-Out 2, 3,43 Western Mass. District Chorus 23 Color Guard 33 Majorette 43 Madrigals 3,43 Chorus 1,2,33 Chorale 2,3,43 Operetta 1,2,3,43 Bas- ketball 23 Future Nurses' Club 1,2,3,43 Sach- em Staff 4. Linda S. Nelson, 26 Karon Dr. Brian C. Nichols, 1141 Main Street, Band 1.2, 3,43 Band pres. 4, Chorale 2,3,4. Claire Niemiec, 135 Valentine St.3 West Side Rally 43 Biology Club 23 Chorus 23 Future Teachers'Club 2. Jim F. Nolin, 69 Parkedge Dr.3 Hockey 2,3,4. Nancy Norris, 313 Rowley St.3 Chorus 1,2,33 Chess Club 1,2,33 Literary Club 3,42 Biology Club 3,43 Operetta 2,3,4Q Bowling 4. Elizabeth L. Nunn, 49 Columbus St.3 National Honor Society 3,43 Chorus 1,2,33 Choralettes 3,43 Chorale 43 Operetta 3,43 Biology Club 2, 3,43 Literary Club 2,3,4. Sec-Treas 4, Math League 4. Ted M. Oliver, 70 Lealand Ave.3 Golf 2,3,43 Cross Country 13 Basketball 1,2,3,4Q Ecology Club 4. Robert V. Olson, 168 Maynard St.3 Ski Club 1, 2,33 Math League 43 Swim Team 3,4, Co-Cap- tain 4. Beverly A. Orr, 72 School St.3 Gym Club 1,23 Operetta 1,2,33 Chorale 2,3,43 Chorus 1,2,33 Choralettes 33 Western Mass. District Chorus 3,43 All-State Chorus 33 Sing-Out 3,43 Prom Committee 33 French Club 3,4, President 43 Sachem Staff, Editor-in-Chief 43 Graduation Daisy Chain 33 West Side Rally 33 National Honor Society 3,4. Nancy A. Palazzi, 36 Trinity Ter., Student Council 1,3,4Q Homeroom Representative 23 Color Guard 3,4, Captain 43 National Honor Society 3,43 Prom Committee 33 West Side Rally 3,43 Personality Club 23 Sachem Staff 43 SkiClub3,4. Richard Palin, 160 Silver St.3 Tennis 33 Liter- ary Club 3. Dona J. Parchick, 119 Coronet Cir.3 Art Club 13 Drama Club 1,23 Future Teachers' Club 1, 2,33 Ski Club 1,22 Pep Club 23 Tennis 3,43 West Side Rally 3,42 Kid Party 43 Operetta 1,2,33 Personality Club 23 Chorus 1,2,3. John A. Pavelcsyk Jr., 83 South Alhambra Cir.3 National Honor Society 3,4. Suzanne M. C. Peloquin, 257 Regency Park Dr.3SkiClub 2. Russell J. Perusse, 345 Adams St.3 Band 1,2, 3,4. Sheryl A, Pickett, 32 Rowley St.3 Future Teachers' Club 1.2.33 Chorus 2,33 Operetta 2, 3. Michael A. Pietroniro, 56 Cooper St.3 Baseball 1,2,3,4. John Pilkington, 251 Shoemaker La. Karen A. Phillips, 286 South St.3 Chorus 23 Literary Club 2, Secretary 23 National Honor Society 3,'. Raymond F. Pleva Jr., 29 Dover St. Dianna L. Ploof, 1004 Suffield St.3 Cheerlead- er 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Kid Party 43 Bowling 43 Gym Club 23 Chorus 1,23 Madrigals 33 Math 8. Science Award from Rennsalear Polytechnical Institute. Susan Plourde, 67 Columbus St.3 Chorus 1,2, 33 Chorale 43 Choralettes 43 Biology Club 2,3, 4, Vice-President 43 Literary Club 2,3,4: Presi- dent 43 Junior Red Cross 33 Chess Club 33 National Honor Society 3,4. Robert Poisson, 18 Regency Park Dr. Jerald M. Pomerantz, 418 Meadow St.3 Stu- dent Body Committee 33 National Honor So- ciety 3,42 Mirror Staff 4. Karen E. Porter, 244 Silver St.: National Hon- or Society 3,4, Secretary 43 Future Teachers' Club 2,3,43 Spanish Club 2,3, Secretary 33 Mass. Girls' State Representative 33 Spanish National Honor Society 1,2,3Q Sachem Staff 4. Debra J. Presz, 732 Mill St. Sherrill A. Prout, 60 South St. Jeanne M. Quill, 87 James St.3 Drama Club 13 Operetta 23 Pep Club 23 Color Guard 3,43 Prom Committee 33 Art Club 33 Environment Club 33 Personality Club 33 Sachem Staff 4. Helen-Ann Rackliffe, 95 Edgewater Rd.3 Per- sonality Club 23 Prom Committee 33 Color Guard 3,43 Ski Club 4. Michael L. Ramah, 140 Senator Ave.3 Class President 1,23 Ski Club 2,3,43 Student Coun- cil 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 43 Mirror Staff 3,43 Student Activities Committee Chairman 33 National Honor Society 3,4, Vice President3 Mass. Assoc. of Student Councils 43 Commissioner of Educations' Youth Advi- sory Council 43 Student Gov't Day Represent- ative 43 Advisory Council 43 Agawam Citizen's Organization Student Representative 2,33 Agawam Youth Commission 43 Western Mass. Assoc. of Student Council Delegate 1, 2,3.4Q Mass. Assoc. of High School Editors Conference Delegate 3. Gary S. Randall, 426 North St.3 Track 3,43 Ecology Club43 Bowling4. JoAnn G. Raynor, 1077 North West St.3 Gym Club 13 Pep Club 23 Basketball 43 National Honor Society 3,42 Volleyball 4. Marcia R. Reed, 28 South Alhambra CiF.1 Art Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 33 Homeroom Representative 1,2,3I Color Guard 3,43 Per- sonality Club 2,3Q Prom Committee 33 West Side Rally 3,43 Sachem Staff 43 Drama Club 13 Operetta 23 Poster Contest Winner 2,3. Jon Reske, 188 Rowley St.3 IRC 13 Biology Club 1,2, Vice-President 23 Ecology Club 3. Deborah L. Rex, 292 Adams St. Michael J. Rheault, 536 Mill St.3 Chorale 2,43 Dance Band 2,3,43 Sing-Out 3,43 Operetta 2,3, 43 French Club 23 Ski Club 2,3,43 Environ- mentClub 4. David S. Rhodes, 779 Suffield St. Albert P. Ricco, 79 Brien St.3 Stage Crew Manager 1,2,3,4. Loretta A. Riley, 32 Melrose Pl. Cheryl A. Rising, 944 Shoemaker La.: Drama Club 13 Pep Club 23 Library Staff 43 National Honor Society 4. Edward G. Rivers, 426 North Westfield St.3 Track 1,2,33 Cross Country 2,32 National Honor Society 3,4, Vice-President 4. Russell E. Rivers, 103 Spencer St. Kenneth A. Robbins, 21 Fenton St.3 Biology Club 23 Stage Crew 1,2,3,4. Carl F. Roberts, 16 Laura Cir.3 Track 3,42 Bas- ketball 1,2,3,43 Soccer 23 Biology Club 13 Chess Club 1,2,3,43 Sachem Staff 43 Student Patrol 4. James M. Roberts, 16 Laura CiY.Q Basketball 1,2,3,4. Roland Roberts, 794 Suffield St. Steven J. Roberts, 74 South Park Ter.3 Bas- ketball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 43 Soccer 2,3,4, Co-Captain 43 Baseball 1,4. John A. Robertson, 17 Washington Ave.3 Ski Club 1,2,3,41 Ski Team 1,43 Track 1,2,3,43 Cross Country 43 Soccer 2,3. Dennis Rock, 890 Main St. Carl Ronca, 250 Cooper St. John V. Rosati, 415 Silver St. Daniel Rose, 15 Robin Lane. Paul Rose, 15 Robin Lane3 Baseball 1,2,3,43 Bowling4. Christopher M. Rossi, 21 Fairview St.3 Ski Club 23 Ski Team 2. Linda C. Rossi, 337 Rowley St. Anne M. Ryan, 270 Leonard St.3 Future Teachers' Club 1,22 Library Staff 3,43 Library Committee 3, President 43 National Honor Society 3,41 Operetta 2,3. Jacqueline M. Ryer, 36 Southwick St.3 Chorus 1,23 Chorale 2,3,43 Madrigal 3,43 Sachem Staff 4: Western Mass. District Chorus 2,3,43 All-State Chorus 33 Future Nurses' Club 23 Operetta 1,2,3,4I Band 1,2,3. William P. Sapelli, 427 Meadow St.3 Hockey 1, 2,3,4Q Football 2,33 Baseball 2,3,43 Student Patrol 3,4. Frank R. Santinello, 20 Federal Ave.3 Home- room Representative 33 Basketball 13 Base- ball 13 Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4. Gary Savaria, 29 Mt. View St.3 AVA 1,2,3,43 Student Patrol 4. Paul M. Scales, 80 Reed St.3 Ski Team 43 Ski Club 4. David W. Schaedlich, 991 N. Westfield St. Donna M. Schebei, 900 Springfield St.3 Grad- uation Daisy Chain 33 Prom Committee 33 Mirror Staff 3,43 Editor-in-Chief 43 Student Council 4. Jeanne T. Scherpa, 24 Tower Ter.3 Home- room Representative 2,3,43 Personality Club 23 Mirror Staff 3,43 National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Operetta 4. Charlotte A. Serra, 23 Norris St.3 Library Staff 3,4. Joseph D. Shaer, 630 Cooper St.3 Band 33 Li- brary Staff 33 Chorale 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Officer 43 Operetta 2,3,4. Jeanette L. Sheffer, 264 Silver St.: Track and Field Team 13 Pep Club 23 French Club 23 Biol- ogy Club 3,4, President 43 National Honor Society 3,4. Peter J. Shibley, 51 Rowley St.3 Baseball 1,2, 3,43 Football 1,2,3,4Q Basketball 1,2,3,4. Co- Captain 4. Diane M. Simmons, 28 Channell Dr.3 Library Staff 3,43 National Honor Society 3,4. Scott E. Skolnick, 331 Rowley St.3 IRC 1,3, Treasurer 1, President 33 Mass. Boys' State Representative 33 Band 1,23 Cross Country 13 Track 1,23 Soccer 43 National Honor Society 3,43 Math League 33 Student Patrol 3,41 Dart- moth College Alumni Book Award. Gary Smith, 379 Southwick St.3 Band 2,3,43 Chorale 2,3,43 Western Mass. District Chorus 3,4. Debora Snyder, 10 Strawberry Hill Rd.: Fu- ture Teachers' Club 1,22 Gym Club 23 Operet- ta 33 Library Staff 3,43 Library Committee 3. : 5 Mitchell R. Soffen, 339 Springfield St.3 Span- ish Club 3,43 Ecology Club 2,3,4, Secretary- Treasurer 43 Library Staff 3,43 Math League 43 Chess Club 3,4, President 43 As Schools Match Wits Team 4. Pauline H. Sosnowich, 655 N. Westfisld St.3. Russian Club 1. Michael C. Spinelli, 16 Park St.3 Football 1. Nancy J. Starzyk, 66 Hastings St.3 Ski Club 33 Band 1,2,3,43 Operetta 2,3,4Q Dance Band 43 Western Mass. District Orchestra 4. Christopher S. Stawasz, 264 Maynard St.3 Biology Club 2. Lori Stefanik, 26 Old Mill Rd.3 Gym Club 1,23 Biology Club 13 IRC 13 Color Guard 3,43 Ski Club 2,3,4Q Tennis Team 3,43 National Honor Society 3,4. Mark Sullivan, 114 Florida Dr.3 Hockey 1,2,3. Barbara A. Swiderski, 677 Cooper St.3 Band 169 i 1, Ski Club 2,43 Spanish Club 23 National Honor Society 3,43 Class Secretary 43 Mirror Staff 3,41 West Side Rally 3,41 Prom Commit- tee 3. Lawrence M. Taylor, 268 South Westfield St. Paula J. Theodorowicz, 44 Silver Lake Dr.3 Mirror Staff 3,43 Ski Club 3,4. Larry Tiffany, 238 Maple St.3 Chorale 1,2,3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 Track 13 Drama Club 1,2,33 Operetta 1,2,3,43 Sing-Out 2,3,43 Library Staff 4. Shelley L. Titcomb, 124 Raymond Cir.: Cho- rus 1,2,33 Chorale 43 Sing-Out 43 National Honor Society 3,4. Gregory Toczko, 35 Leonard St.3 Ski Team 1, 2,33 Ski Club 1,2,3,43 Mirror Staff 3,41 Envi- ronment Club 2,3,4. Andrew J. Torino, 397 Southwick St.3 Swim Team 4. David Tourville, 79 N. Alhambra Cir. Vincent G. Trimboli, 49 Royal St.3 Football 2: Baseball 1,2. Deborah M. Turner, 471 Meadow St. Edward S. Tyburski, 1227 Sufield St.3 Golf 13 Hockey 2,3,4. Antonia T. Veronesi, 766 Mill St.3 Band 1,21 Color Guard 3,43 Chorale 3,43 Chorus 1,2,3,43 Choralettes 33 Mirror Staff 3,43 Sing-Out 3,41 Future Teachers' Club 23 Graduation Daisy Chain 33 Basketball 33 National Honor Socie- ty 3,4. Diana L. Vetro, 76 Parker St. 170 Kathleen A. Viens, 72 Oak Hill Ave.: Future Teachers' Club 1.2,33 Chorus 3: National Honor Society 3,43 Color Guard 3,43 Operetta 2,3. Karla Vining, 84 Forest Rd.3 Operetta 1,22 Basketball 3,43 Tennis 23 Prom Committee 33 Personality Club 3. Douglas T. Walsh, 321 Suffield St.3 Biology Club 23 Drama Club 23 Homeroom Represent- ative 4. Diane L. Walz, 269 North St.3 Prom Commit- tee 33 Cheerleader 1,23 Student Patrol 33 Per- sonality Club 2,33 Graduation Daisy Chain 31 West Side Rally 4. Lynn Werthamer, 42 Central St.3 Mirror Staff 43 Ski Club 43 Homeroom Representative 2,31 Prom Committee 33 Kid Party 4. Marilyn J. West, 695 Mill St. Donald J. Wheeler, 66 School St.3 Hockey 1,2, 3,4, Captain 4: Soccer 1,2,3,4, Captain 4: Tennis 33 Baseball 1,2. Debbie White, 60 Alhambra Cir.3 Environ- ment Club 3,41 First Folio 1. Randy G. White, 12 Homer St.3 Football 2,3,43 Hockey 2. Caron A. Wiggins, 17 Merrell Dr.3 National Honor Society 3,43 French Club 4. Sharon M. Wiggins, 17 Merrell Dr. Candace M. Williams, 420 Main St.3 Future Teachers' Club 13 Prom Committee 33 Na- tional Honor Society 3,4. John Williamson, 29 McKinley St. Marcia L. Williamson, 127 Reed St.3 Pep Club 33 Environment Club 33 Drama Club 1,23 Cho- rus 1,2,3,43 Operetta 2,3,43 French Club 2. Rick E. Wills, 57 Sunset Ter. Pamela L. Wing, 200 Silver St.3 Chorus 13 Class Secretary 13 Class Treasurer 2,3,43 Prom Committee 33 Band 1,23 Chorale 2,3,4Q Operetta 1,23 Kid Party 43 Student Council 2, 3,43 SkiClub 2. June L. Wood, 34 Peros Dr.3 Future Nurses' Club 23 National Honor Society 3,43 Gym Club 1. Rosalyn A. Wright, 1089 N. Westfield St.: Band 2,3,43 Color Guard 3,43 Basketball 3,4, Captain 4. Laura D. Wylie, 17 Liberty St.3 Drama Club 13 Chorale 2,3,43 Librarian 33 All-State Chorus 1, 3,43 Madrigal 2,3,43 Western Mass. District Chorus 1,3,43 Operetta 1,2,43 Sing-Out 2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,4, James F. Yarmac, 238 Maple St.3 Kid Party 3, 43 West Side Rally 4. Donald L. Young, 997 N. Westfield St.: Foot- ball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 3,43 Student Patrol 3. Valerie E. Young, 927 Main St.3 Chorus 13 Gym Club 13 Mirror Staff 3,41 Prom Commit- tee 3. Lee M. Zanotti, 140 Franklin St.: Golf 1,2,33 Hockey 23 Homeroom Representative 23 Na- tional Honor Society 3,41 Ecology Club 4. Timothy Zielinski, 25 Silver St. Tomo Maw 135569544 -l -lla ur .VJIIJ J-ll 77:14 ia the be- gin- ming of a .Lqle thai L4 lung. .WC ii so Ag a I ni si iii-if if I 4 i4i if .ll A 4 3 il I yn, we 90 aepa- me way Q- long u,ze'4 va-ruled patina Q: H og I Q 3 I 55.1.14 J I4.l.l.llJ44.ll We will cflefz- Lalz auc- caan and ,Mall 4fum. the de- feat, 354 J JJ IL4 JJIJJJL We will Aeaachflaad and long ,ffm a. Life-iizne ca- aeu. QQ? gliifg We shall remember the years when life was easy and free, For we know that this road shall not be traveled again. Which way we shall go no one can be sure But if the right road is chosen happiness will soon follow Music and lyrics by Anne Marie Carey and Jackie Ryer Class History - Class of 1972 Unsure, yet unafraid, the class of 1972 stepped through the doors of A.H.S. for the first time in September of 1968. Now, as the graduating class of Aga- wam High, we proudly reflect upon our fond memories and accomplishments Appointing competent leaders was the first responsibility of the class. Elected to be freshmen officers were: Michael Ramah, presidentg Nancy DeCosmo, vice-president, Linda Howe, treasurer, and Pam Wing, secretary. Following a sit-down strike in 1968 and much controversy, the dress code was modified, allowing girls to wear pants to school. A psychedelic dance with the featured band, "Sharper Edge of Dull" was our first fund raising activity. The profit from the dance and the concession at the Winter Carnival, held in February, helped establish a treasury to assure a bright future. Our sophomore year was ably guided by Mike Ramah after he successfully completed the jobthe preceding year. Nancy DeCosmo was re-elected vice- president, Maureen Amaral became secretary and Pam Wing, treasurer. New ideas and activities rose among the class. The Longmeadow-Agawam ex- change dance provided the opportunity for schools to combine personalities. Agawam High School successfully led the way toward the hockey and basket- ball championships. Although the year was full of triumph it was also sad- dened bythe retirement of Mr. Harris. Junior year ushered in many changes. Leadership, inthe hands of George Hill, president: Cindy Ekstedt, vice-president: Ann Kazantis, secretaryg and Pam Wing, treasurer: changed the pace of the class. Mr. Tatro became princi- pal, succeeding Mr. Harris and taking on the great responsibility of guidance and management. Tradition was broken when the Junior-Senior Prom, "At- lantis", organized by Beverly Orr and Barbara Cariani, was held outside the school at Shaker Farms Country Club in Westfield. Another first for the class l and school was our successful "Fat" concert held in the auditorium. ln the music department Kathy Jones admirably displayed her acting talents as "Babe", the leading role in "Pajama Game". Our junior year came to a close with a new step taken in school government. The A.H.S. Student Advisory Council, made up of members from the sophomore, junior and senior class- es, faculty and administration was established. Senior year began with the traditional back to school dance sponsored by the senior class. lt was held in the courtyard, a first for A.H.S., and featured "Hot Moose". Officers: George Hill, president: Cindy Ekstedt, vice-president: Bar- bara Swiderski, secretary: and Pam Wing, treasurer, helped the Advisory Council to form plans for an Open Campus Policy. Tony Calvanese and John Guiel represented the senior class in the organization of this policy. The Kid Party was celebrated in full party style on the seventeenth of December. lVlusi- cally inclined Laura Wylie was chosen as the female lead in the A.H.S. produc- tion of "The Sound of Music". The first annual Carnation Sale for Valentine's Day was another first for the class of '72. Carnations were sold to locker lov- ers and practical jokers alike, while the profits boosted the senior class trea- sury. The last activity of the class as a whole was the Senior Banquet, held on June 2. June 6,1972 saw the illustrious members of the golden class of 1972 bid fond farewell to the hallowed halls of AHS.. The class of '72 is the 50th graduating class of Agawam High School. We be- gan a new decade with our entrance into first grade, twelve yea rs ago. ln grad- uating from college, four years from now, we shall celebrate the 200th anni- versary of the birth of our nation. The memories of the past still echo down the halls, yet the future holds new and exciting experiences for all. l 1 Kid Party . ,m.Aw I... I1 rv--rn ' m v fy My-' nw 2 M! :ia We Believe in Music The Sound of Music Working together day to day . . together DIRECTORY: Martha Heyl and Editor Susan Heywood. -We -A tm..,,,f AX LAYOUT: Editor Jeannie Quill, Nancy Femmel, Marcia Reed and Debbie Neis. ASSISTANT PHOTOGRAPHER: Greg Balsewicz. 178 Associate Editor John Davies, Editor-in-Chief Beverly Orr and Advisor and Photographer Mr. David Puiaski. Business Advisor Miss Judith Bonkowski. iuv"'si RW SPORTS: Carl Roberts, Editor Tony Calvanese, Joanne Leger and Elaine Frank. CLASS SONG: Ann Marie Carey and Jackie Ryer. BUSINESS: Maureen Amaral, Editor Debbie Grassa, Terry Murray and Susan Colson. BALLOT BOX: Editor Twyla Andros, Frances Bigda and Denise Gagnier. ADVERTISING: Debbie Fydenkevez, Luann Dalla Pegorara, Editor Nancy Palazzi and Marge Lango. LITERARY: Carole Babyok, Editor Margaret Avezzie, Karen Porter and Nancy Meucci. 179 Patrons Mr. 81 Mrs. Norbert Adamski Mr. 81 Mrs. Rudy Altobelli Mr. 81 Mrs. Horace Ashline Mrs. H.G. Balsewicz Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr. .8fMrs. .8tMrs. 8tMrs. 8tMrs. 8tMrs. 8tMrs. 81 Mrs. 81Mrs. 8tMrs. 81 Mrs. 8tMrs. Andrew Barefield Philip Blascak Leon W. Brunelle Domenic Campanella Donald Capponcelli Patrick Carey Jr. John Cesan Raymond Chyba William Colson Robert Davis W.C. Ekstedt John M. Fahey .St Mrs .8tMrs .81Mrs .81 Mrs. 8tMrs. 8tMrs. .Arthur H. Femmel Francis Frank Edward M. Fydenkevez Arthur Gage Leo G. Gagnier Edward Grassa .John F. Greene .81 Mrs. Nicholas Haidemenos 81 Mrs. James F. Hart Miss Dorothy R. Hastings Miss Madeline T. Hayes Mr. 81 Mrs. Charles Heyl Mr. 81 Mrs. Roger W. Heywood Mr. 81 Mrs. Robert J. Hirschhaut Mr. 81 Mrs. Clifford Kibbe 180 Mrs. Helen B. Krajewski Mr. 8tMrs. Mr. 8.tMrs. Mr.8tMrs. Mr.8tMrs Mr.8tMrs Mr.8lMrs Mr.8tMrs Mr.8tMrs Mr.8tMrs Mr.8tMrs Mr.8tMrs Anthony Lango Roger Leclerc Harvey P. Leger Lawrence Mackler Arthur C. Mallory Jr. Peter D. Mazza John J. McLaughlin Jr Edward T. Mish William Morin .John Morrissey .Thomas P. Murray Mr. 84 Mrs. James O'Keefe Jr. Mr. 84Mrs. Raymond W. Orr Jr. Neis Family Mr. John E. Petrone Mr. 81 Mrs. James F. Porter Mr. gl Mrs. David Pulaski Mr. John C. Quill Mr. 81 Mrs. Ernest A. Reed Mrs. Rita Ryan Miss T.R. Scovera Mrs. Benjamin Strasburg Mrs. Rosemary L. Stratton Mr. 84 Mrs. Edward E. Swiderski Mr. Zi Mrs. James D. White Mr. 81 Mrs. Robert Wood Mr. Joseph S. Zabielski Mr. Ralph A. Zavarella "A Friend" Business Patrons Agawam Celery Company 1252 Springfield Street Agawam, Mass. Agawam Flower Shop 705 Main Street Agawam, Mass. Agawam Public Market 768 Main Street Agawam, Mass. Atwater Nurseries Inc. 368 South Street Agawam, Mass. Bob's 81 Rich's Amoco Station Main Street Agawam, Mass. L.B. Bolduc Distributors 509 Springfield Street Agawam, Mass. Burd Manufacturing Co. Inc. 100 Shoemaker Lane Agawam, Mass. Center Mobile Service Station 334 Suffield Street Agawam, Mass. Citco Service Station Springfield Street Agawam, Mass. Country Store 291 Springfield Street Agawam, Mass. Curiosity Shop 299 Springfield Street Agawam, Mass. W..l. Donovan Company 373 Walnut Street Ext. Agawam, Mass. Eastern States Exposition Memorial Avenue West Springfield, Mass. Ellen's Restaurant 340 Walnut Street Ext. Agawam, Mass. Foreign Auto Clinic 1779 Main Street Agawam, Mass. Friendly's Ice Cream 19 Springfield Street Agawam, Mass. Globe Cleaners 23 Springfield Street Agawam, Mass. Hampden Fence and Iron Work Inc 80 Industrial Lane Agawam, Mass. Hourglass One Hour Cleaners 380 Walnut Street Ext. Agawam, Mass. Lango's Fuel Oil Company 44 Rowley Street Agawam, Mass. Lifetime Contracting Co. Agawam, Mass. Lor-Al's Speed Queen Walnut Street Ext. Agawam, Mass. Malone's Farm gl Garden Cen 338 Silver Street Agawam, Mass. Dr. Allen D. Paley 71716 Main Street Agawam, Mass. Pulaski Photographic Studio Dickinson Drive Granville, Mass. Sharpe 81 Wiley lnc. 378 Walnut Street Ext. Agawam, Mass. Simone's Beauty Nook 648 Main Street Agawam, Mass. Lords 81 Ladies Bay State West Propriator: Frank Stirlacci Feeding Hills Pharmacy 1350 Springfield Street Feeding Hills, Mass. Wonder Meats 385 Walnut Street Ext. Agawam, Mass. Meldrums Inc. 969 Berkshire Avenue Indian Orchard, Mass. Tisdel's Barber Shop Main Street Agawam, Mass. Zayre 151 Springfield Street Agawam, Mass. The Squires 15 King Street Agawam, Mass. Ads s s Tired of being run-down? Then "perk up" with a visit to Edward's Drug Need 3 Clip? Steve's Barber Shop 332 Walnut Street Agawam, Mass. Sto re . Edward's Drug Store 287 Springfield Street Agawam, Mass. "Land Ho!" "Stake" a claim at Pond Real Estate Agency. Pond Real Estate Agency 792 Main Street Agawam, Mass. 182 Ready, "set", go! -to Micl'1eline's. Micheline, Inc. Hairstyles 291 Springfield Street Agawam, Mass. . A M :nl Curran-Jones lnc. Curran-Jones Inc Funeral Service Funeral Service West Springfield, Mass. Agawamy M355- Nigjfg, I V q,,,.,, ' -.'1.:: Q. it-ist wwf A s i i 9, ,, 2 .wwf Looking fora place to relocate your wigwam?? Heed some good jewelry? Give Mr. Letalien a "ring" and see what he as. Beltrandi 81 Co. Real Estate Letalien Jewelers 297 Walnut Street 383 Walnut Street Agawam, Mass. Agawam, Mass. 4 Towne if Agawam T' Betty's Old Towne House is the place to find a colonial setting "far from the maddening crowd." 1 Betty s Old Towne House Agawam, Mass. - IP """1 m .ri-9. "rd Q I ' F . 5 u HQQNN , -sf .00 Q - . ,gdtglmx -1 any . Q G.--rw-Sie--t le:.::2l: 4nis'C1'A.'5 xl J. Q , , 5 f r A U ll P. -Qin' Higw K' 'D Q 'Q . 1 "ri .' ' ln' URGEST AMUSEMENT PARK IN llE ENGLAND :WE , f?,'3"iEf' I Y Q ' llpen Easter through Labor Day New rldes fun and games for the entlre famrly The only park ln New England with two roller coasters TV and recordrng stars rn person Auto races In the New Rrverslde Speedway Special plcnlcs and parties accommo dated Contact Outlng Department RIVERSIDE PARK Rte 159 Agawam Mass ardl Carroll Owner Manager BARRINGTON FAIR Annual event second week of September I ' Y ' . . . ' . . . . . . . . . - Edw . - As far as advanced technology is concerned, we're a "star"! VU "borrow" U'liS for 3 dall- Jet TOQI 84 Taylor Rental Center Gage Co. lnc. 307 Silver Street 270 Maple Sffeet Agawam, Mass. Agavvaml Mass- - WILDCAT t THUNDER T ff, "Track" on down to Allen Lawnmower. Allen Lawnmower Co. Inc. 20 River Road West Springfield, Mass. i Tired of having a dull time, then take the "cue" and have lots of fun. The Cake Box can fill that empty space in your life Billards Enterprises Inc. Cake Box 359 Walnut Street Ext. 760 Springfield Street Agawam, Mass. Feeding Hills, Mass. 186 .WHS-""" iacati i "Ahoy!" Scan the land and buy at BR. Collins. Let your friendly "Corner Package Store" suit your needs Bradford R. Collins Real Estate Corner Package Store 1140 Springfield Street 312 Springfield Street Feeding Hills, Mass. Agawam, Mass. 1 .RE Spend a dreamy evening at Chez Josef! Get your "shaer" of the bread. Chez Josef Shaer's Market Shoemaker Lane 1358 Springfield Street Agawam, Mass. Feeding Hills, Mass. 'VW' Qff X, gg4,.T ,, F f ' Agjg pg! M if Q f f ,' H' X. J 'wk MVA L Ak, .N- fi of g N " V f X12 ,ff ff fjffff ZQff',!j f fff if X7 fiff S Keefe Florist is the place to find May flowers in November. Keefe Florist 266 Walnut Street Agawam, Mass. ' f 5 'Q 1- 1 A I 'll 91547 v 1 w..Wm6w, At Sarat Ford you can shake hands with the pros. Need some help under the hood? Sarat Ford Sales Inc. Tony's Esso 250 Springfield Street AEZWSVTI, MESS. Agawam, Mass. ,M ,N :gg Need a "Iift"? Go to Getty's. Getty's Gas Station Suffield Street Agawam, Mass. Draw the right conclusion and stick with Spectrum Communications, Spectrum Communications Inc. P.O. Box 95 West Springfield, Mass. Turcotte Tool Co. lets you do your "tning". we ...W "In a bind for good tools?" Goto Ken-Mar! Turootte Manufacturing Co. Ken-Mar Inc. 61 Industrial Lane Inc. Agawam, Mass. 28 Raman Circle North Agawam, Mass. 189 "Ramble" on down to DePaIma Motors and get yourself a deal. DePalma Motors Sales Co. 959 Springfield Street Agawam, Mass. ef! C . ,,,, b A 5 E K Tketiwik h y , 3 ' its s l is C I fl- "Uum" take it easy when you visit Country Squire. Country Squire Furniture Shop Colonial Furniture and Accessories Agawam, Mass. 190 5 S s l f' Y ' i ' nc i. .gf if VW. 'fu I ' -1 ' , an... , raw . A We . 1 K S: -'M -3 l J.. .MW 3. --WM ew- 7 1 The "wrappers" are found at the Packaging. At "The Villager" you'lI always dress in style. Packaging Service Inc. ViIIager's Men Shop 168 Elm Street Southgate Plaza Agawam, Mags, Agawam, Mass. l Need to eliminate your trash? Eornhe most "accurate" in forecasting, consult "wetter-minded" John ui . Bruno Brothers Rubbish Channel 22 Shoemaker Lane Provin Mountain Agawam, Mass. ASBWBVN, lVl2SS. 191 -Atv' You "shore" can depend on the Agawam Pharmacy for all your needs. Agawam Pharmacy 713 Main Street Agawam, Mass. uiiik-S Don't be left out in the cold. Let A.C. Palazzi paint you a "coat". A. C. Palazzi gl Sons 16 Exposition Terrace West Springfield, Mass. 192 Best Wishes to the Class of 1972 from the . .. lass of 197 C A' I - . hm, S. Z 4 W RATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CL RCHES... AGAWAMCONGREGAUONAL AGAWAMLHMTE METHODBT FEEDING HILLS ONGREGATIONAL HRSTBAPTBT SACREDHEA oEJEsus SVANTHONFOFPADUA ST. DAvuD'srjPlsCoPAL SLJOHNTLEEVANEEUST ST.THEREE OETHELNEANTJESUS VALLEY QQMMUNITY Q 5 5 Q Q if Q 9 3 . 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Highly technical and often time-consuming and a source of anxiety to a staff unless the publisher's representative is trained to give needed help and suggestions. At American your publisher's representative is a member of the school's yearbook team. He is skilled in the many facets of yearbook work, having at his fingertips the answers to yearbook problems as well as a multitude of ideas. He is always there when you need him. This is why we say "Publishing a Yearbook is as simple as AYC." Box 209 Forest Park Station Springfield, Massachusetts Area Code 413-732-7692 Don Lendry Representative American Yearbook Company Because Loring Studios is New EngIand's Leading Por- trait and Yearbook Photographer, you can be sure of the finest craftsmanship at the most moderate prices! Loring Studios 330 Bridge Street Springfield, Mass. 'Tis delicious! 609 Salver Street Agawam, Mass. Da fy Ma rt When iqla binfl for tools 711 Main Street Agawam, Mass. ,. ,ee.L... L , CHF! geal' yOU As graduation draws near, we try to think of what we have achieved during our four years at Agawam High. The 1972 Sachem Staff could not have expressed this year in better words than, "We've Only Just Begun" CCo- pyright 1970, Irving Music, lnc: Williams!NicholsJ. Throughout this book, we hope that many treasured moments will be relived. Our purpose was to link the past with the present and if anyone relives a moment they cherish, then we have attained our goal. On behalf of the 1972 Sachem Staff, I would like to express my sincere thanks to the following people: Mr. Donald Lendry, American Yearbook Representative, Mrs. Mary Leitch, Loring Studios: and my special thanks of appreciation to Mr. David Pulaski, Advisor and Photographer. 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