the way it was before
the flowers on the hillside,
the kites above the town,
the skating on the mill-pond,
while the snow was falling down;
ah, the years of laughter,
but laughter comes no more,
and i wish it was the way it was before.
the dappled days of dancing,
the nights too warm to dream,
when all the friendly animals would gather at the stream;
ah, the endless summer,
but summer comes no more,
and i wish it was the way it was before.
the way it was when we could talk to one another,
with words; only words;
and a friend was a friend and a lover was a lover;
and when you prayed to god,
you felt he really heard.
the flowers are all dying,
the kites are sailing down,
i guess the friendly animals have come along and gone ;
i used to wait for summer,
but summer comes no more,
and i wish it was the way it was before.
agawam high school
volume 46ah, the years of laughter
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only wordsiving, laughing, learningdr. robert gardner, superintendent
mr. david theodorowicz, principal
dedication, decision, detention
mr. john a. morrissey, assistant principal
mr. david k. bates, assistant principalcounsel, courses, college boardspoetry, parody, prose
mr. lawrence o'brien, jr.
mrs. cvelyn hamilton
mrs. belly c. duganmrs. charlotte shimel — librarian
mrs. judith day
mrs. dorothea nardi, dept, headmr. albert baggctta
mrs. dorothy holmes, librarian
isosceles, induction, interpolation
mr. waller g. willard, jr.
mr. edward stentaford
mr. roger a. Icclerc
mr. david pulaski
miss madeline t. hayes
mr. jamesc. ramah
miss jane a. durkan, «opt. head
tf Z froa ? £
mr. iohn h. whallcy, 3rd
mr. loo c. burquo
miss lorraine junkermr. john ferranti
mr. john ferraro
mrs. lynn litchfield
mr. lawrence shcchan
mr. joscph filzgeraldmr. joscph zabielski
mrs. marie massa
mr. edward mcrrill
mr. lee nacewicz
mr. Icon brunelle
mr. wayne morse
mr. kenneth I. dean
sulphur, scales, skeletons
mr. russcl j. ramah
mr. richard h. joseph
mr. arthur r. gage
mr. john m. faheymrs. elaine snieder
miss patricia flynn
mr. bill jobbins
mr. harold dark, dept, head
mr. ralph zavarellabien, bueno, bonum
mrs. ida mogRio, dept head
miss sandra c. stone
miss teresa rose scovera
mrs. helen b. krajewski
mrs. hasmig ryer
mrs. frances barefield
mrs. florence b. strasbergdebits, dictation, dividends
mr. rodolfo altobelli, dept head
mrs. beverly j. baggetta
mr. Charles donavan
mrs. arlenc j. ma za
mrs. phyllis robinssneakers, showers, shuttles
mr. Howard j. murphy jr.
mr. joseph mod clcwski
mr. lifford kibbic, athletic
miss dorothy r. Hastings
mrs. miriam hirst hhautmiss geraldine a. schilling
mr. darcy davis, jr., supervisor
mrs. mary wvesthoff
strudel, stitches, safetypins
mrs. elizabeth prew .
mrs. anne eckancomputers, communication, commerce
PROCE 5 5 irOG-
mr. john I. kiwim'
im «lavi«i skolnn k work %tu K
mr. roland h. prcssev — AVA
mr. robcrt a. gilmore — data processing
ifmr. john burns
mr. Charles hcyl
mr. john hitchcock
mr. ralph merullo'fones, fil-es, frustrations
mrs. anne bartinick
mrs. elizabeth barrymops, macaroni, medication
mr. nino bcllini
mr. frank crcmonti — attendance officer
mr. carmen rossi
mr. richard kellogg
mr. al kellogg
mrs. Catherine hallaman — nurse.clubs andorganizationsmusic
recommended for all-stale: rob turnbull.
district chorus: roberta grcguoli, rob turnbull,
robert trempe, marc fuller, mark provost, dave
gingras, mary ann hajec.
madrigals: mark provost, mrs. wuesthoff, stove grimaldi, roberta grcguoli, dave gingras,
joy fournier, rob turnbull, kim cosman, patti haynes, susan hurley, mary ann hajec, deb-
bic taupicr.boy's chorale
•ale officers: secretary mary ann hajec, publicity coordinator kirn cosman, treasurer
rta greguoli, vice president gary paro, librarian susan hurley, and president Steve
choralettes first row: meg caprera, jackie taupier, francine mancini.
second row: dori ann chmielewski, ellen horacek, janet dyer, elaine
gregory. third row: ellen fuller, kathy st. peter, debbie kaminski, Car-
olyn mish. fourth row: donna arsenault, sue gillan, martha simone,
eastern states' parade
"how the west was won"a discussion of future plans.
dave gingras confers with the library committee.
book fair assist the librarian s-h-h-h! mrs. schimel
mrs. o'keefe keep books in order? hopes of future
enlargement dave gingras
mrs. schimel, mrs. o'keefe, and the library staff.as schools match wits
teammates look on as Steve explains jcff daydreams as teammates work
o'bricn's "wits" are hard at work
43office of student affairs
providing scholarships for qualified seniors to promote interest
and understanding between the students, faculty and the administration
. " see suzie about it!" . suzie hurley — director mrs. snieder
establishing school activities, winter Olympics
typical tuesday activity period discussion.student patrol
patrolling cafeteria area — halls lightening the burden of teachers
to establish a smoother running school . mr. zavarella . "where are
you supposed to be?" fund raising drive for scholarships
student patrol and advisor mr. zavarella.
competition participating in meets with
other schools miss hayes five minute
timings practice tuesday
miss hayes limes a hard problem.
the team and miss hayes hard at work.
concentration settles over the cafeteria.
leonard rising strategically moves his pawn.personality club
the sadie all profits go to scholarships
for deserving seniors mrs. reed "tickets
will be sold at all lunches" francine mancini
cookies and cupcakes — bake sale
officers bliev, maucini, lombardini.
collecting tickets at the sadie.
planning session for the sadie dance.
head thinkers: fuchs, ennis, janik, web. 47
weekend thinkers club
the pursuit of happiness through better
learning expansion of the inner self jim
ramah "if you've got the time, we've got
the club — thinking is fun!" . t. ennis, master
thinker establishing a better understanding
among members through open discourse
mr. ramah and group.mirror staff
the mirror our newspaper truly a literary master-
piece for only twenty-five cents mrs. carter creating
chaos? "any news that's fit to print editor-in-
chief debbie goguen informing students of events in and
debbie, donna, and roberta take a break from writing.
deena swamped with work.getting into some sticky business
got to make that deadline
sharp shooting teddy getting ready
how the job is donepresident ellen horacek conducting a meeting
les etudes francaises
making french dishes for a spring banquet . acquainting
students with aspects of french life and customs . . mrs. stras-
berg . "est-ce que vous avez paye vos taxes?" ellen hora-
cek . suprise — partie de noel . . guest speakers a la
bonne heure .. . slides of paris .
mrs. strasburg aiding a confused mind
rick pointing out the better aspects of the language
los muchachas felices
. fiesta de navidad giving interested students further
opportunity to use the language and become familiar with cus-
toms of Spanish speaking countries . miss moggio la pin-
ata Spanish skits and games "una cosa es decir y otra
cosa es hacer" ... richard stefanik meetings once a month
. homemade Spanish pastries ..
what do i hear tor this fine piece of Spanish art?national honor
. annual library tea exploring new areas
of interest utilizing free time constructively
. mrs. barefield .. "all members of n.h.s.
may leave homerooms for free activities"
sue hamel an accumulative average of at
least 85 percent encouraging school citi-
zenship and personal responsibility
mary assists mrs. barefield in tallying ballots.
members attentively listen to sue's speech.
officers of the society are treasurer doug janik, president susan ha-
mel, vice-president jim saliba, and secretary diane skowera.
ifuture teachers club
visits to local schools for observational purposes
an attempt to expose members to the rewards and skills
in the "art" of teaching mrs. litchfield possible
field trips to montessori school and the living and learn-
ing center in Springfield teacher's aides
education wants you
mrs. litchfield unveils the mysteries of educating
seniors demonstrating the art of teaching
chocolate bar sale first hand contact with the
business community . mr. altobelli activity periods
in room 10 sue godet scholarships widening
business interest and experience
members take in the aspects of the business world
business club officers
advisor mr. altobellihealth
guest speakers field trips to local
hospitals insight to medical fields
available mrs. hallaman loving
care debbie aequaro scholar-
ships in the spring
take two aspirins and get plenty of rest
'where does it hurt?"
so you think you want to be a nurse?
. candlepin bowling riverdale lanes ten pin
bowling increasing interest . mr. willard "strike"
. "oh no, the7-10 again!" ...
agawam high bowling club members
weight lifting club
steve mason, senior weight man.
jgjw jm’s muscle men
making the 200 club, going for the 300 club steve
mason developing better athletes mr. modzelewski
eating spinach? getting in shape . building better
bodies all 12 ways!
take it from me "fellas"art club
sprinkling color over the school a supplement to the art
program for creative-minded students miss schilling . "ex-
press yourself" julie mccaffrey plaster pins and fried mar-
bles field trips
this will never work out!
france . Wednesday nights at
mt. tom . promote skiing . mr.
joseph . “no stopping" bob
marcus . hopeful improvement of
skiing techniques .
skiiers discuss various techniques.
site of the club's 1972 trip to Canada.lynn takes off for the slopes.
the lodge and slope of mont tremblant in Canada.
skiiers enjoy a scenic ride to the top
jim marcus falls after taking a jump.
club advisor, mr. joseph, speaks to club memberssophomoresclass of 1975
under the guidance of mr. joseph, the sophomore class hopes to be the "class of accomplishments", the class officers;
rick mastroianni — president, ann osolinski — vice president, kathy ayre — secretary and jane brodeur — treasurer,
has thus far carried on a class dance, future plans include a bake sale, a courtyard dance, a showing of popular movies,
and a candy sale — all in preparation for the coming big event in their junior year, the junior-senior prom, toward the
end of the year, the sophomores will order their class rings, which will always hold memories of their precious high
daniel be rube
edwin cooksteven darnell
steven della guistina
kathy par row
john sa pelli
albert st. peter
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65class of 1974
led by president susan wheeler, vice-president pam
dubour, secretary liz norman, and treasurer denise pep-
per, the junior class became the first to break tradition by
holding the prom, with the theme “three roses", in the
form of a dinner dance at chez josef's.
class rings were distributed and a candy sale was con-
ducted under the supervision of class advisor mr. shee-
han. other activities of the vivacious juniors included a
Christmas bake sale and a spirited junior class-faculty bas-
the dedication and enthusiasm of the class officers led
the junior class through a socially successful year.
, nn arnold
Charles douchette III
cheryl mush rush
"hey, capt.!" "practice tonight at seven!" "who's baking
friday?" "the bus leaves at five o'clock!" "who's driving to
kibbe's?" "let's take the posters out of the cafeteria and put 'em
up in the locker room." "who's banging on the lockers?" the
a.h.s. varsity cheerleaders are always busy making posters, trying
out new cheers, and getting ready for rallies, with her inspiration
and many good ideas, miss hastings helped the girls on to a suc-
cessful cheering season.
our senior cheerleaders are peggy polopek.football
agawam defenders take down an intruder.
agawam's shawn sullivan breaking one tackle, rushes for a few more yards.
the 1972 season was a tragic one. after the victories over
greenfield and holyoke, agawam's football expectations
soared, however, this was soon erased by the tragic events of
the remainder of the football season.
with the loss to tech, the downfall began westfield,
cathedral, chicopee, chicopee comp, however, this disaster
was soon to end as we salvaged a 12 to 12 tie with westside
and maintained our 10 year undefeated record.
our expectations, once more aroused, were further stim-
ulated by coach kibbe's optimism based on next year's 22
returning lettermen. those seniors; captain steve mason, ray
barbieri, john waterman, bill zerbenopoulos, mike richards,
paul broz and ed gibson, are to be commended for the ex-
citement they gave us — win or lose.
agawam's john martino attempts a tackle on a greenfield
coaches modzelewski and kibbe plan our next play with quarterback mark
sterling.varsity football captain: senior Steve ma- senior members: (I. to r.) Steve draghetti, albert sapelli, frank talbot, john waterman, Steve mason, ray
son with coach cliff kibbe. barbieri, bill zerbenopoulos, paul broz, kevin sullivan, ed gibson, mike richards, fran marchand.
first row: coach modzelewski, d. mason, s. sullivan, i. roberts, j. waterman, j. locke, s. mason, s. barker, f. talbot, j. martino, p. perreault, d. borkosky,
m. mason, a. sapelli. second row: coach locke, d. miller, b. zerbinopoulos, m. sterling, d. michalak, j. bonavita, b. capponcelli, r. barbieri, j. ramah, p.
longhi, m. deforge, t. quinn, m. richards, f. marchand. third row: coach provo, b. watt, c. doucette, r. snyder, j. fedora, g. maccavoy, k. sullivan, d.
cassanelli, p. broz, s. ramah, t. cincotta, c. kibbe, t. impoco, coach kibbe. fourth row: coach murphy, s. darnell, b. blackak, w. labranchc, r. howe, c.
yclinek, d. hill,s. cardwell, e. gibson, h. dowling, m. palazzi, d. regnier, b. stone, s. draghetti.agawam's mark deforge runs for yardage.
quarterback mark sterling releases a pass just in time.
agawam's dave micholak carries for a few yards.
doug miller runs for a touchdown behind the fine backing of the agawam line.
agawam prepares for a kickoff. 79cross-country
the agawam high cross country team had a very good year, fin-
ishing with a record of five wins and two losses, the team, with
seniors tom houle, dave harriman, bob bouley, and andy robbins,
was led by coach joe haggerty, who was assisted by team manager
jim roberts. two of the team's lettermen, juniors hal stuart and
"flea" robbins, show great promise for next year.
team members: first row — j. robbins, r. robbins, b. bouley, p. losito, m.
harriman. second row — t. bassette, a. robbins, d. harriman, and t.
members of the team take a minute to relax during a meet.
senior bob bouley stops for a breather.
senior dave harriman
senior tom houle
senior andy robbinsgirls' field hockey
although the field hockey team's record wasn't a
winning one, the girls gained the experience needed
for a young team, the team's spirit and drive, led by
seniors nancy beauregard, suanne darnell, candy gal-
lucci, holly garvey, diane ghedi, roberta greguoli and
anne mccaffrey, and under the coaching and supervi-
sion of miss hastings, is sure to be carried on next year.
1972-1973 girls' field hockey team (standing): miss hastings, h. garvey, n. beaur-
egard, d. chmielewski, I. marzano, I. Oliver, a. mccaffrcy, a. fontaine, j. draghet-
ti, d. ghedi, r. greguoli, s. darnell, s. oliver, k. griffen, j. morawski. (kneeling): I.
o'connor, s. sweet, s. kuriz, c. sulborski, k. dugan, c. kozak, c. gallucci, p. Chris-
topher, n. baillie, I. vandergrift.
candy gallucci encouraging her team mates.
roberta greguoli studying a play down the field
nancy beauregard awaits the
outcome of a play.
suanne awaiting the start of the game
senior goalies diane ghedi and ann mccaffrey — holly garvey anxiously awaiting
"are two heads better than one?" for her chance to return to
a successful beginning for any sports team creates a positive outlook,
however, the 1972 soccer team began its year against powerful teams and
finished out its season with a 2-9-1 record, one of the highlights was the
selection of gary webster and doug janik to the coaches all-league team.
we must bid a farewell to eleven seniors this year and hope that the j.v.
squad can supply some outstanding replacements.
senior coaches all-league goalie doug janik and friends, the
senior fullback chris muld-
rew with his perfect form in
1972 a.h.s. soccer team — front row (I. to r.): john devine, tom depalo, doug heckman, mike walsh, captain doug
janik, gary webster, steve geckler, jeff mccarl, marty davilli. second row — coach willard, tom ennis, chris fuchs,
bob liptak, joe gazillo, chris muldrew, john karakla, mike bodurtha, tom byrne.
senior forward tom byrne breaks past a top forward tom ennis taking aim on the ball for a pass to a
slower minnechaug defenseman. teammate.
right wing steve geckler looks on
as the referee calls a foul against
agawam.forward gary webster robbed of a goal.
center tom depalo bringing the ball up for an agawam goal.
senior john dcvine booting the ball out of the agawam zone.
gary webster and chris fuchs setting up a pre-game play.swim team
the 1972-73 swim team may be small in number
but they're big in spirit, this second year team, under
the leadership of coach dave smith is hoping for a
successful season, led by seniors bill andrews, mark
provost, and outstanding underclassmen, things
should go swimming by this year and for many years
1972-73 a.h.s. swim teambaseball
the 1973 baseball team will be looking forward
to repeating last year's outstanding season of 12-2.
last year's team was the valley wheel champion
and was invited to play in the western mass, tour-
nament. of agawam players selected for the all-
league team, returning will be waiter ugolick,
who last year led the league with six home runs,
coach smith looks forward to a strong season with
returning seniors bud ramah, and rick berard, and
outstanding underclassmen shawn sullivan, mark
deforge, david michalak, and david rossi.
agawam's slugger waller ugolick connecting for another home run against ludlow.
senior rick berard warming up before a game.
agawam's ace bud ramah throwing a few.1972 varsity baseball team, standing: coach smith, joe borowicc, david rossi, waiter ugolick, bill sapolli, david michalak, rick devall, mark deforge, cd
daudelin, albert sapelli. kneeling: mike pietroniro, shawn sullivan, frank santinello, pete shibley, bud ramah, mike morcau, bill daudelin, jim lauri-
no, rick berard.
agawam's mike moreau en route to one of his three
safe on second.golf team
the 1972 agawam high golf team was
one of inexperience with only one re-
turning player, dave d'amours. yet, the
team's record of ten wins and five losses
would seem to state the opposite was
true, although they didn't do well individ-
ually in the western mass, tournament, as
a team they were certainly above par. re-
turning seniors bob kelley, dale burnett,
and paul bickford are ready to lead the '73
team on to the league championship.
senior dale burnett polishing up on his
maybe if you were just a little more deter
putting up a good fight
good news, mr. leclerc?
1972 vanity golf team: k. blackwood, d. burnett, d. d'amours, b. kelley, p. bickford, p. vanasse.boys' tennis
the 1972 boys' tennis team ended with a winning season of 10-7. they ended in a
third place tie with east longmeadow. the team made it to the semi-finals, only losing
to cathedral, who ranked second in new england. coach zabielski looks forward to this
season with returning seniors paul trimboli, chris muldrew, paul randall, and jeff hart,
underclassmen are tom tatro, ron ashton, jeff orr, and rick stefanik.
senior paul randall practices his explosive serve.
senior chris muldrew warms up before a match.
the tennis team takes time out for a picture, standing are: rick stefanik, tom tatro, jeff orr, coach zabielski,
and ron ashton. kneeling are: paul trimboli, paul randall, and chris muldrew.
senior paul trimboli practices his pow
erful forehand.girls' tennis
we had "a real good year" and next year "we will be hard to beat." these are
the words of the 1972 girls' tennis coach, carol cianfarani, speaking about the 1972
team and the up and coming 1973 team, this year's team will be led by seniors
debbie brignoli, candy gallucci and robin mclellan. the team will also be inspired
by returning singles susan wheeler and marcia atwater.
1972 girls' tennis team (standing): r. mclellan, s. wheeler, d. parchick, d. brignoli, miss cian-
farani, c. gallucci, m. moriarty, I. stefanik. (sitting): c. kinnell, c. blakesley, s. carey, m. atwa-
tcr, h. kinnell, I. trimboli.
coach cianfarani pondering the out-
come of the match
senior candy gallucci taking a swing
think you got the hang of it now, robin ?girls' softball
last year, a girls' softball team was
formed, although the team wasn't a
member of the regulation league, the
players went on to win more games than
any of the league teams, under the coach-
ing of miss ruth tripp, the team, which in-
cluded this year's seniors lauren roberts,
janet dalmolin, holly garvey, and nancy
beauregard, played a fine season, having
an excellent record of 8 wins and 2 losses.
coach tripp giving some pre-game tips
lauren roberts waits for her turn at bat.
1972 girls' softball team (first row): s. hadden, d. pugh, a. hill, r. dalmolin. (second row): s.
ghedi, c. kanc, I. pisano, k. smethurst, d. bailey, c. ekstedt, j. benerakis. (third row): n.
beauregard, j. dalmolin, I. roberts. missing: h. garvey.
senior holly garvey at the plate
senior janet dalmolin weighing their
senior nancy beauregard at first basetrack
the 1972 track team, led by coaches craig
norton and joe modzelewski, had both good
times and bad. while doing well in the dist-
ance events, which were led by seniors dave
harriman, tom houle and notably by under-
classmen robbie robbins and hal Stuart,
agawam was hurt in the field events, high-
lighting the team were weightmen Steve
mason, joe pisano, and ray barberi, with
mason finishing highly in the western mass,
track and field championship.
senior distance men harriman and ramah awaiting the start.
joe pisano unwinds after taking first place in
senior hurdler tom houle getting ready to compete
weightman Steve mason with a winning throw.
ray barberi looking determined to win
one for agawamfirst row: lou ramah, frank grabinski, dave harriman, tom bassett, scott brown, hal stuart, gary randall, ralph morin, clem tinnemeyer. second row:
bob watt, guy veronesi, richard snyder, bruce winne, robbie robbins, tom houlc, kcvin jones, dave mason, ken hedges, third row: coach modze-
lewski, joe ramah, ray barbieri, john waterman, Steve mason, john robertson, matt mason, chuck collins, coach norton.
ienior diane ouimet tallies the score as flea robbins
agawam's best man in the long
jump, senior chuck collins.basketball
this year's team got off to a good start with victories over greenfield, westside and a 75-73 overtime victory over min-
nechaug. coach kibbe has great expectations for this season, although the team has no giants, they make up for it with
brains and speed, with fast breaks and clutch shooting, agawam is able to rack up the points,
seniors wait ugolick, ray barbieri, mike richards and paul henault add depth and morale to the team,
coach kibbe is looking forward to next season with even greater confidence, returning starters Steve byrne, cliff
kibbe, tom quinn, dave michalak and lettermen dan lunden, mark deforge, dave d'amour, bill stone, and rich sardella
give coach kibbe reason for his confidence.
agawam’s basketball team — (kneeling); captain Steve byrne, coach kibbe, (standing); cliff kibbe, tom quinn, mike richards, dan
lunden, dave michalak, ray barbieri, paul henault, wait ugol'1 1 J •- - ............
dave michalak shoots for two
all eyes on the tapsenior ray barbieri
paul hcnault sinking it
senior waiter ugolick
starters tom quinn, dave mickalak, Steve byrne, wait ugolick and cliff kibbe.
senior mike richards
'control the tap, wait".
tom quinn is just too fast for the camera.
95junior varsity team
get the rebound, Steve.
steve byrne makes a lay-up.
be like the navy, sink it-sink it".
captain steve byrne with tonight's victims
sharpening up before the game
this is he thifd year of organized girls' basketball at aga-
wam high school, the team is basically a young one led by
senior co-captain janet dalmolin and junior co-captain
brenda devine. the girls started the season with two scrim-
mages and played a total of sixteen games, this spirited team
of nutty brownies, coached by mrs. hirschhaut, may be short
in height, but they are big in spirit.
coach hirschhaut explains an important play to team
73 girls' varsity basketball team, standing are mrs. hirschhaut, s. darnell, h. garvey, n. votzakis, d. moraski, k.
, p. alexander, m. dufault, v. starzyk, j. bencrakis, m. may, h. kinncll, d. arsenault, and I. morassi. kneeling are j.
in, r. dalmolin, p. johnson, c. gallucci, I. dark, and r. saliba. co-captains are j. dalmolin and b. devine. missing are
land I. dark.
junior co-captain brenda devine takes a jump ball in the
senior co-captain janet dalmolin
takes a shot.
holly kinnell shoots but the shot is blocked.hockey
the 1972-73 hockey team, under the direction of russ
ramah and art gage, is beginning it's second season in the
tough berry division, the first year in this division resulted
in a playoff berth.
this year the brownies got off to a slow start, but they
were hopeful for a playoff position again this year, but
with a record of 4-11-1, their hopes were diminished.
one of the highlights of the year is a 0-0 tie to a power-
ful amherst team, the brownies also recorded their high-
est goal output in two years with an 8-1 victory over
the brownies skates are lead by doug janik, bud ramah,
tom ennis and brian telford. other seniors are barry econ-
omidy, rick loncrini and jamie fenton.
doug janik and bud ramah both have received players
of the week honors, doug also was named all western-
mass first string goalie.
senior captain doug janik
senior captain bud ramah
senior captain tom ennis
senior captain brian telford
98senior jamie fenton
senior barry economidy
senior rick loncrini
•he a.h.s. varsity hockev team, standing are coach russ ramah, manager al sapelli, jamie fenton, mike kerr, captain bud ramah, brian kecley, jeff
nolin, steve gould, captain brian teltord, tom fenton, randy economidy, john martino, rick loncrini, scott brown, barry economidy, captain tom en-
nis, tom dalmolin, dave mason, assistant coach art gage, manager tony vctcramo. kneeling arc gary brown, captain doug janik, and brian colby.
T ' Jhnd ski team
the ski team had another year of frustrating snow con-
ditions, as did the rest of the teams in the western mass,
league, but if that wan't enough to worry about, mr. jo-
seph was the coach for both the boy's and girl's varsity ski
teams, the girls, led by senior captain ann mccaffery, and
the boys, led by junior captain jim marcus, both have ten
members and are looking for winning seasons this year.
mark takes a good look at the course
he went that-a way!
101president paul henault
seniors at their best!
me seniors had the spirit!debra aequaro
"oh, bananas!" easygoing kid
party pastel blue mt. tom
lobster misplacing car keys deb.
playing the harmonica sensitive
Vermont "i'm sick!" driving
through the country happy . jan.
optimistic band going to foot-
ball and hockey games physics
always talking hockey games
green gullible tennis emo-
tional kid party sandy.
dunkin' donuts being with friends
pink nutty talkative pe-
tite understanding peg.
"hello there!" congenial the
beach kid party hockey sin-
cere quiet sweet deb.
dave otis "gimme, gimme" open
campus spending money tan-
trums pickles reserved
shop area brown hot dogs rick jimmy
"get lost" eating contented
bubbly . schultz.
chewing gum west side rally
going to the beach florida "oh
no!" talkative lin.
always happy steak "really?1
likes to read roller skating
lavender "cute, real cute!" catchy
smile curious forward pizza
v.l. boggie music skiing las-
agna understanding shy
"sure!" laughing doe.
mexican music . green curly hair
lobster sleezy, sleezy . devil-
crazy eating "i'm hungry." .
kid party listening to rock music
fun loving pale blue rock 'n roll
soul going to the beach steak
"aw, come on!" lisa.
dial tone laughing "wow!"
likes all sports blue parties
the beach yellow stuffed pep-
pers "oh, i get it!" big green
eyes caring el.
big macs hockey games james
taylor beaches blue gener-
ous curly friendly nan.
the woods blue stews "hi!"
listening and making all kinds of
music handsome lovable
easy going meatball grinders
baseball macdonald's blue
snowmobiling italian food bak-
ing talkative football games
brown hair cooking happy
red hair "unbelieve!" purple
always joking bubbly personali-
ty . dave.
Chester blanford camping
level-headed "buzzoff" mus-
tache sleeping karate kid.
thaddeu s blaszak
dark mountains camping . "far
out" yearbook and mirror hassels
sympathetic sleazy smile
growing rabbits turtle soup pro
golfer flirtatious . singing
goofing off football games
laughing vacations purple
fun ... barb.
rollerskating hamburgs and fries
shy "i don't know" curly
hair perfect pete.
talks incessantly donuts skinny
seldom serious freckles
orange enthusiastic gullible
sewing thoughtful . pizza
"don't be ridiculous!" cape cod
always smiling joann.
enjoys life rallies lasagna
funny red hair sick jokes
tennis steak baby blue rock
enfield easy going friendly
skiing nervous "really?" chick-
en sad eyes sensitive purple
forgetful italian cuisine good
natured hopes to be happy and
Vermont skiing blue rock
girl watcher "b.j.'s" likeable
parties jeans and a flannel shirt
mischievious shea's field dou-
ble cheeseburgs dale.
riding snowmobiles macdonald's
quiet auto shop always
sleeping pizza bernie.
colorguard lavender skiing
moody grape popsicles blonde
hair talkative binick.Constance buynicki
helpful "Hey, que pasa?" as-
pires to be an interior decorator
artistic blue jeans constanza.
Canada blue lobster skiing
easy going sparkling eyes
dublin new hampshire fried
clams electrician easygoing
writing poetry purple apricot
roll naive takes long walks
sensitive . manservant bob.
lauric cassidy kevin cawley
"cut it out" likes hikes purple kevin
egg plant parmisian friendly
long hair dental hygienist
devoted taking long walks
cheerios "dada go boom" for-
gets to return things stenographer
gulf-port navy blue "wow,
you're crazy" outgoing animal
over exhurburant pretty smile
roller skating "yuk" wavy hair
ham and cheese grinders sensa-
tive blue eyes deb.
skin diving confident "wonder-
ful" filet mignon casual
maria cockoro s
frankie's bowling thoughtful
"shoot it" crazy always
smiling purple cockroach.
cheerful ice skating "no way'
worrier chicken and rice
kid party colleen.
cheerleader hockey games gig-
gling considerate energetic
Saturday nights corb.
on the slopes smiling talks too
much skiing happiness
Chinese food cos.
creative yosemite musical
seafood crazy easy to get along
with cos.judy cote
silly peggy's house snapping
fingernails mrs. snieder's biology
class easily disappointed cote.
macdonald's friios "i love you
too" occasionally too serious
fried cauliflower sports bob
working with the handicapped
"i didn't lie, did i?" . mischievous
joking around watch hill mem-
orizing tv commercials . spaghetti
and pizza travel ava flash
shy playing basketball "oh,
great!" impatient lasagna
sports-minded .. "ran"
easily embarrassed buckling up
seatbelts chilli on rice . small feet
conservative the prom
hockey games "hootch" em-
barrasses easily lobster happy
"oh ya" going places skiing
big brown eyes good looking
gracious serious "di"
mac's pink colorguard
emotional skiing confused
nirvana weekend thinker "to
get the biggest piece" . smiles
114sus an denoncourt
macdonald's hockey games
michaol big brown eyes worry-
ing smile susie.
playing chess shy optimistic
soccer understanding sweetie
wants to be a millionaire red
loves sports his muscles andy .
jolly room 15 lasagna stage
crew thoughtful talking in class
blue eyes activity periods "give
me a break!" trying to be serious
modest but egotistical eating
"terrific!" going through stop signs
mike considerate going to the beach
"aw, rats!" blue eyes eskimo
pies . drag.
crying and laughing blue eyes
hot fudge sundaes hockey games
emotional reading "i don't
remember" cooking blue
poetry class barb.
carefree "this class is boring!"
student patrol '67 tempest
kooky dude.nancy dulton
rollerskating pizza driving
blue "oh, brother" study halls
daydreaming brown eyes
horseback riding the music room
g period lunch quiet . janie.
"jumpin' garage" choral room
being with friends nursing out-
spoken rollerskating jan.
calm spaghetti at santi's differ-
ent "sam" witty . "same dif-
ference" . cindy.
"shoot me another" ... 4 own a
garden mart granville crusing
hat unpredictable .. "t"
easily excitable west side rally
the beach spaghetti easy going
sincere world war II books red
hair studious outgoing spa-
purple the farm "boy, are you
stupid!" . sleeping hunting
building models big feet "hi,
mike!" pharmacist happy
candace g allucci
yellow energetic cheerleader
petite "oh, i'm so happy! maca-
roni preston westside rallies .
field hockey classical music
"cripes" chocolate chip cookies
stubborn amiable candy.
steven geek er
eating softball outgoing
dances purple to be a coach
witty crazy hoi.
hanging around weiland's listening
to jethro tull grinders red hair
bike riding "you'll get over it."
beige fun-loving giggles
"sure!" sincere dimples
greek food easygoing green
eyes sha na na laughing
anywhere the gang is biology class
sometimes serious "who, me?"
nursing peggy.diane ghedi
coliseum hockey fanatic "joe
cool at the water fountain" j. paul.
mountains "how's it going?"
football happy-go-lucky ac-
countant energetic steady
long blonde hair blue music
u. mass apple strudel sensi-
roller skating short mischievous
art class funny creative
unpredictable forest park free-
dom lover mirror staff discuss-
ing ideas concerned gogs.
shy library staff ice skating
blue pizza "cool it" deb.
carefree being with friends
open campus hiking the coun-
try laughing chick.
gil's house sewing spaghetti
outspoken sensative purple
florida field hockey thoughful
rose ... "my goodness!!"
chicken cacciatore with spaghetti
madrigals "vamos a foof?" bicy-
cle riding flash griswold.susan hame
sensible green moody
chocolate milk shakes "what, what,
groton long point beef sausage
"oh, oh, you mean " lawyer
philly talks backwards consi-
the corner hard rock football
italian food the eyebrows
calm and quiet harb.
fryeburg academy forestry the
mirror "what a goof!" yogart
lorrie harm jeUrey hart Iccann hart
the country grinders pizza jeff "you wouldn't believe ' ski trips
marriage "really" talkative color guard sha-na-na outgoing
dreamer "loveable lor' pretty blues eyes a.i.e. charm
lee. 123paul henault
friendly basketball Chicago
kid party lawyer dedication
' john hermam
open campus skiing the beach
friendly roast beef moody
the corner listening to hard rock
"j.g.b.j." playing cards loi-
ters blue hot tuna rich.
cheerful macdonald's lobster
"hi, babe!" long brown hair
e en horacek
hot chocolate music giggling
"what a hotdog!" throwing
things amiable chorale
outdoors track "spaz" loaf-
ing open campus escapades
the beach spaghetti "i'm so
embarassed!" parties long
brown hair understanding
sincere "how many " band
ginny j.b.s. stubborn
moody listening to music white
gullible long black hair kid
party Chinese food legs.
popcorn macdonald's one of
the men hockey and soccer
pame a ones
Colorado practical jokes "oh,
right" laughing sarcastic
skiing long blonde hair pammy.
Pittsburgh driving "ha, ha, ha,
ha" sweet freckles and short
hair quiet becky.
loving wiggles her nose the se-
nior prom . "oh, sunny" steve
home skating open campus
"that's weird" pizza petite
navy blue j.c.c. bagels and
cream cheese "i'm so annoyed!
Vermont horseback riding
chronic complainer big blue eyes
soccer "don't get shook" green
loves to travel big feet room
being with friends the ocean
quiet having a good time consi-
golf mischievious sleeping
pizza and milk Stanley park
band chicken always talking
Philadelphia "zowie" kingle.
giddy italian food
"you got a
127nane y knowlton
u. mass sleeping . " i don't care"
pickles brown eyes gullible
bike riding agreeable olives
and cottage cheese artistic
green considerate les.
Chinese food happy george
quiet big eyes sal.
shy maine green "i don't
got" macaroni cheese sensi-
her room navy blue outgoing
raggedy andy "sure" flirta-
horseback riding . "i don't care"
wants to tour world pouts bea
ties sanny.Janice lasky
looking at the stars . "are you
alright?" rhode island individu-
barbecued spare ribs mirror staff
"that's a trifle ." determined
bowling helpful blue mov-
ies gary mystic seaport
cheerful "i'm so embarrassed!"
thoughtful pink talks with her
hands brown eyes laurie.
blue macdonald's "really?
quiet italian food blue eyes
henry's mischievious ice skat-
ing slim nonchalant green
mg quiet f.a.
"hey, sweetheart!" colorguard
practices optimistic fried rice
writing outgoing lori.
granville riding in the country
"i don't believe it!" big brown eyes
sincere friendly frizz.
contagious laugh maine emo-
tional mr. moriarty's math class
outdoors red hair courteous
toasted peanut sandwiches
camping soccer lip.
maroon grinders always embar-
rassed "wicked” ticklish
hockey games winking pam.
blue eyes hockey shea's field
roast beef grinders misquami-
cut laughing crini.
"take it easy" cape cod pizza
sports open campus blue
coliseum "joe cool at the water
fountain!" secret agent eating
"niy baritone" n.y. city height
and shoulders feeling for others
shy sensative bill.
understanding concerts purple
lasagna studies generous
sensitive friendly pizza lis-
tening to records "oh, sure"
look park yellow strawberry
shortcake sarcastic happy
red hair never a dull moment
surfing munchy's hot tempered
weekend thinker pleasure
point sensitive juan.
"i don't belive it!" Vermont
animal lover funny water skiing
moody black hair pudge.
dark eyes shy Stanley park
peach "chooch" understand-
ing open campus joan.
easygoing singing and dancing
new york city sensitive . drum
football manager sports ham-
burgs "what can i say?" shy
large vocabulary reading "hey,
man!" sausage laughing
Steven mason dcnnis matt russell mattoon
football "what's up?" grinders motorcycles roast beef hard russ
tobogganing easygoing rock emotional forgetful
strong friendly mase. shy english class dennis
basketball open campus duck
walk lobster good times
skiing lobster "i'll never tell"
martha's vineyard happy-go-
lucky active friendly
swimming happy enjoys people
warm teacher sincere
blueberry pie . liz.
pastry outspoken Vermont
leathercrafts irish face energet-
ic . green mccarih.
purple colorguard green eyes
laughing outgoing "fuzz
off!" unmatched socks piano
shea's field potatoes and gravy
"really?" red hair parties
"hot pink?!!" cape cod skiing
understanding having a great
time lobster robbie-anne.
red sleeping steak under-
standing "devastating!" nose
driving around talking germany
ham and pineapple bites her
nails "ihearya"' chicken legs.
"what's up?" walking on cars
the corner garage friendly tom.
nutty walks in woods sea food
operettas blue travelling
green "are ya' sure?" roast beef
always aware creative bowl-
ing band dan.
always worrying green eyes
stubborn cracking knuckles
bowling imaginative lynn.
daydreaming gulumkies wants
to join the peace corps forgetful
central park happy merch.
helpful grand funk walking the
halls curious lobster in butter
rallies patient uncle bob.
"wicked!" his cellar kid party
agreeable tall friendly
going to hockey games mezet.
outgoing kielbasa shooting
pool "oh, come on now!"
wants to be a stock broker stosh.
sarcastic "oh, no!" coldcut
grinders petite eating too much
cheerleader athletic referee
"i mean, hey!" butterscotch sun-
dae blue eyes . friendly
sports steak always doubting
enjoys life "i'm dazed!”
out to lunch
bumping into people
long walks pizza .. . "really”
hockey games marriage hazel
eyes sensitive ... matt.
burgandy skiing jazz-blues
pasta vazoul joycey.
the beach being with friends
big brown eyes quiet unpre-
dictable sensitive pretty
sha-na-na Chinese food "i'm
just kidding” happy raggedy
ann carefree o'b.
sports minded going to friendly's
red nonconformist science
pizza baseball . inquisitive
136diane pa ge
"oh, i don't know!" . easily exitable
long walks moody necco
green tuna fish with pickles
"really!" tennis mike quiet
goofing off amiable wants to be
rich sleeps and eats curly hair
eating macdonald's double cheese-
burgs sensitive shakes her leg
"oh" blue "be happy"
friendly's bowling jim dandies
beethoven dating "easy
come, easy go" roger dodger.
lennie strawberry yogurt long walks
purple "i don't understand"
easily confused inquisitive h.r.
red hair skiing short falls
asleep anywhere Chinese food
137 aura pisano
perfectionist east otis ... "no way"
skiing imitating people hot
tempered demanding weed.
cape cod lobster "i'm sure!"
cheerleading sensitive dev-
ilish eyes well dressed peg.
gabby "i don't know!" cheese
popcorn worries . brown eyes
the country open campus
playing chess strawberry yogurt
listening to music peaceful coexist-
ence . quiet intellectual bud.
u.mass "wack-o" individual
music cashews moustache
emotional art class lobster
all star review show the beach
nice eyes rachele.
misquamicut "take it easy"
independent parties open
campus shy sensitive . lin.
open campus good times
"keey! keey!" mayonaise jar
plumbing . parties sincere
skating purple "whoa, baby!"
outgoing cute lebanese nose
sardines devilish smile bud.
"outa sight!" "what's happening?"
looking at girls quick, strong,
but scnsativc drum corps
just plain crazy writing prose
quick tempered orange socks
"that's hot!" emotional brat.
"give me a break!" camping
quiet emotional don.
hockey fun loving "so! — the
man!" james street between
classes "making it happen"
energetic blue eyes ponderosa
steak gullible going to hockey
games excitable sandy.
nantucket sound fried egg plant
elbows loyal writing poetry
dreamer sweet "wren".
fried chicken bowling "no
way!" science simon and gar-
funkel studious talkative .
congenial football brown
munchies . "action" mischie-
vious. patient "rack".
roller skating tall green
quiet provin mountain cross
country clearing his throat griff.
plymouth,n.h. . "oh no" . pista-
chios . spontaneous laugh obser-
vant sports pensive
140 ames s antillo
cool, calm, and dry student patrol
"zadies" great wit playing
sports z'srink bert.
happy-go-lucky student patrol
''ya gotta wanna" pizza wants
to be an accountant smiley.donna sausville
susan sausville mark scales
baby blue paranoid sou's res- mark
laurant “not in my house"
blonde hair suzy-q.
clhel s eriva
mountains bar-b-que chicken
"jesum" always late deep and
rock n' roll the beach sewing
shy purple emotional
warm eyes ethel.
"come on buddy!" sense of humor
malibou beach light blue
beef burgundy harry.
grape leaves "surrre!" g.j.
psychiatrist ripping up parking lots
crazy . shib.robori shoemaker
"wicked" hockey henry's
economical "rock II" . business-
always in a hurry helpful brown
eyes sweet n' sour pork playing
the guitar understanding sieve.
trips to Connecticut apathetic
steak stag parties serious
"bestesi buddy" polkas hat full
of toilet water mac donald's french
fries tpx loose d.d.
easygoing "no stopping me"
takes everything as a joke icecream
wants to own an island o.j.
ealing pickles daydreaming soj
constantly laughing dunkin' donuts
blue emotional smigel.
silvano's rod Stewart studious
baseball doctor of medicine
talkative karen happy chad.
colisicum long red hair sports barry
minded purple "alright"
the park lobster "ya got a prob-
lem" lavender blue eyes
Vermont expressive eyes listen-
ing to Chicago blues outgoing
loyal peg's cottage pumpkin
seeds sewing does sweet things
patient 12 string yamaha the
country jimi hendrix blue
moody spaghetti "what?"
open campus always late
friendly green mental.
kathleen st. peter
forgetful band exchange "you
goombah!" . nutty musicals
pretty eyes klutz.
football meatball grinders
"come on!" a policeman the
gym quiet sully.
accident prone shaggy hair the
corner rolling stones football
friendly confused always in the
bandroom orange long hair
gibby traveling up to Chester
"heeyyl" hockey sleepy
pool hall pizza "right on!"
hanging around honest witch
playing the guitar spaghetti
good music open campus
horseback riding orange yogart
west side basketball games
tennis acid rock veal parmesian
open campus . short friendly
stubborn dunkin' donuts
squeamish shout or pout dance
"hey, murph" smiley.
baseball jethro lull temper-
mental blue modest wally
smiling curtain calls fried chick-
en "good mornin' " . aspires to
be music teacher playing the piano
vivacious making little things
"if you need me, i'll be there" tal
entcd cheerleading tookie.
getting into trouble "you've got a
prayer" emotional flirtatious
sincere purple sha na na
always smiling "i could have died!"
a-1 steak sauce nan.
star island listening to music
barbecued steak "oh wow" red
hair.. stubborn charlie.
red hat "hey, sport" soccer
weekend thinking the sadie all
smiles snowmobiling polaris
the beach "bip" jethro tull
nervous biting nails extra-tiny
always happy . mart.
"what's it to ya't" congenial
sewing pierogies wearing jeans
walking the hall .. always happy
"the gut" purple prime ribs
football kid party zerb.
photographs not taken ...
robert touchettethe heart does not forget those things
that made it feel so light —
the loving memory of her voice
her smile so warm and bright ...
the heart does not forget these things
we're certain, that's for sure,
for our hearts remember countless joys
we've known-because of her.
she was very skillful in the "arts" —
the art of thoughtfulness,
the art of understanding
in things that she expressed . ..
the art of being needed
in a world where very few
are gifted with gentleness,
and certainly the art of cheer
is one that she's acquired ...
she was a warm and welcome someone
who will always be admired ...
she'll always have a smile to wear
and a place in many hearts
for the many talents she displayed
in all life's finest "arts".
in loving memory of
debra aequaro 78 norris st.
bowling club 4; future nurses' club 1,2,3,4,
president 4; graduation daisy chain 3; hockey
pep club 4; prom committee 3; ski club 3,4;
student patrol 3,4.
janice adams 209 pineview cir.
business club 1; ski club 1,2,3.
67 Campbell dr.
sarah adams 77 woodside dr.
band 1,2,3,4; math league 4.
sandra adamski 29 briarcliff dr.
inter-class play 3; library committee 3; library
staff 3; national honor society 3,4; operetta 2;
personality club 2,3; sachem staff 4; safe hal-
ioween program 3,4; Spanish club 2,3, treasur-
er 2; west side rally 4.
margaret ahtrn 44 hendom dr.
inter-class play 3; kid party decorations 4;
operetta 2,3,4; personality club 3,4; sachem
staff 4; west side rally 3,4.
debra ainey 279 adams st.
personality club 2,3; sachem staff 4; safe hal-
ioween program 4.
diane albano 138 suffield st.
bowling league 3; future nurses' club 2,3,
chairman 3; graduation usherette 2,3; operet-
ta 3; pep club 1; personality club 2.
1059 shoemaker lane
602 springfield st.
william andrews 629 main st.
basketball 1; cross-country 3; swim team 2,3,
4, captain 3,4; track 1,2,3,4.
debra andruss 16 liberty st.
business club 1; color guard 4; future nurses'
club 2,3,4; graduation daisy chain 3; library
linda antico 24 forest rd.
business club 1,2; future nurses' club 2,3,4;
graduation daisy chain 3; library staff 3.
soccer 2; swim team 2,3.
10 cross st.
10 cross st.
32 wilson st.
donna arsenault 95 mcadowbrook rd.
basketball (girl's manager) 2,3,4; business club
1; future nurses' club 1,2,3,4.
ski club 1,2,3.
cheerleader 1,2,3; ski club 2,3,4.
19 hamilton cir.
91 parker st.
raymond barbieri 37 church $t.
basketball 4; football 3,4; track 3,4; weightlift-
lisa bazzano 350 meadow st.
personality club 4; west side rally 4.
ellen beauchane 86 homer $t.
art club 2,3, vice-president 3; future nurses'
club 2; pep club 1; prom committee 3; west
side rally 3,4.
nancy beauregard 208 school st.
field hockey 3,4; future teacher's club 4; na-
tional honor society 4; safe halloween pro-
gram 4; softball 3,4; west side rally 4.
Charles benson 59 oak lane
band 1,2,3,4; baseball 1,2; soccer 2; swim
richard berard 19 highland ave.
baseball 1,2,3,4; football 1; ski club 4.
Catherine bercier 8 squire lane
richard bessette 523 franklin st.
paul bickford 35 elbert rd.
david blanch 249 springfield st.
biology club 2; operetta 2.
thaddeus blaszak 256 south westfield st.
art club 1,2; biology club 1,2; mirror staff 3,4;
sachem staff 4; ski club 1,2.
barbara blier 1101 north westfield st.
personality club 4.
188 line st.
susan borgatti 179 franklin st.
chicopee rally skit 4; chorus 1,2,3,4; gradua-
tion daisy chain 3; inter-class play 3; operetta
1,2,3,4; personality club 2,3,4; prom commit-
tee 3; west side rally 3,4.
future nurses' club 4.
23 memorial dr.
robert bouley 353 river rd.
baseball 1,2,3; basketball 3; cross-country 4;
17 thalia dr.
23 begley st.
48 barney st.
paul broz 24 broz terr.
band 4; football 3,4; ski club 3,4; weightlift-
adele brunelle 72 amherst ave.
art club 4; chorus 4; future nurses' club 3,4.
333 springfield st.
128 reed st.
197 south st.
339 poplar st.
cheryl buynicki 216 south westfield st.
color guard 3,4; international relations club 1;
sachem staff 4; ski club 1,2,3,4.
Constance buynicki 24 clover hill dr.
art club 1; biology club 2; Christmas windows
2,3,4; environment club 3; prom committee
thomas byrne 37 hastings st.
soccer 1,2,3,4; swim team 2,4.
125 brian sf.
143 south st.darlene cardone 103 raymond cir.
deborah caroleo 1214 suffield st.
boy's ski team manager 3; class vice-president
4; color guard 3,4; graduation daisy chain 3;
graduation usherette 2; inter-class play 3; kid
party decorations 4; personality club 2; prom
committee 3; safe halloween program 4; ski
club 1; ski team 4; student council 1,2,3; west-
ern mass. asso. of student council delegate 1,
2; west side rally 3,4; winter Olympics 3.
laurie cassidy 227 mill st.
chorus 1; gym club 1.
waller daubitz 251 jama st.
cdward daudelin 77 high $t.
baseball 1,2; football 2,3.
diane davis 301 school st.
homeroom representative 1; ski club 3,4.
lynrt davis 1215 main $f.
color guard 3,4; graduation daisy chain 3;
majorette 4; personality club 2; prom com-
mittee 3; sachem staff 4; ski club 2,3,4; chico-
pee rally skit 4.
85 broz terr.
1234 north sf. ext.
27 river rd.
lynn cirillo 3 colony rd.
business club 2,3,4; junior red cross 2,3; latin
club 3; library committee 3,4, secretary 3,4;
library staff 3,4; national honor society 3,4;
sachem staff 4.
43 royal st.
sherry dearborn 16 broz terr.
business club 2,3,4, secretary 4; library staff 3,
richard deblois 12 franklin st.
michael delucchi 95 spencer st.
thomas dennis 41 hamilton cir.
a.c.o. 4; football 1; homeroom representa-
tive 3; latin club 3,4; math league 3; national
honor society 3,4; prom committee 3; safe
halloween program 4; ski club 4; weekend
thinkers' club 4; west side rally 3,4.
brvce cobleigh 55 porter dr.
band 1,2,3,4; chorale 1,2,3,4; dance band 1,2;
operetta 1,2,4; sing-out 2,3,4; student council
3; track 1.
susan dcnoncourt 222 fames st.
cheerleader 1; class vice-president 1; color
guard 3,4, captain 4; graduation daisy chain 3;
homeroom representative 2; inter-class play
3; operetta 2; pep club 1; prom committee 3;
safe halloween program 4; tennis (girl's man-
thomas depalo 73 fairview st.
baseball 1; bowling club 3,4; soccer 3,4.
football 1; track 3,4.
181 shoemaker lane
181 shoemaker lane
72 maple st.
43 Windsor st.
61 valley st.
60 Campbell dr.
colleen conroy 780 suf field st.
future nurses' club 4.
judith corbin 131 river rd.
cheerleader 2,3,4; chorus 1,2; operetta 1,2;
personality club 2; west side rally 3,4.
richard dias 83 parker st.
michael dimauro 570 mill st.
chess club 2,3,4; football 2; model rocket club
1; prom committee 3; sing-out 4; stage crew
2,3,4; weightlifting 2.
celeste cosimini 77 reed st.
ski club 1,2,3,4.
kim cosman 38 alfred st.
all-state chorus 3; art club 2,3,4, president 3,
treasurer 4; biology club 2; chorale 3,4; dis-
trict chorus 3; library staff 3; madrigals 4; op-
eretta 3,4; sing-out 3,4.
basketball 1; stage crew 2.
67 clematis rd.
181 garden st.
660 main st.
171 florida dr.
judy cote 71 high st.
leslie cote 865 river rd.
bowling club 3; graduation daisy chain 3;
operetta 1,3; pep club 1; personality club 2.
sheryl cote 44 wright st.
inter-class play 3; operetta usherette 1.
rebecca craig 334 school st.
claudia Cunningham 940 main st.
martin daglio 48 howard st.
a.v.a. 4; operetta 4; sing-out 4.
janet dalmolin 11 senator ave.
basketball 2,3,4; national honor society 3,4;
suanne darnell 53 hall st.
basketball (girl's manager) 2,3,4; chorale 4;
field hockey 4; sing-out 4.
patricia daubitz 232 colemore st.
Steven draghetti 45 north west field st.
football 3,4; operetta 2,3,4; sing-out 4.
judith drewnowski 200 leonard st.
color guard 3,4; french club 1,2; national
honor society 3,4; operetta 2; sachem staff 4;
safe halloween program 4.
barbara dubour 1023 Springfield st.
future nurses' club 3; library staff 3; Spanish
michael dugan 27 hamilton cir.
nancy dutton 232 south west st.
library staff 3,4.
jane dyer 203 school st.
art club 1,2,3; chorale 4; choralettes 3,4; cho-
rus 1,2,3,4; future nurses' club 3; graduation
usherette 3; national honor society 3,4; oper-
etta 3,4; sing-out 3,4.
janet dyer 203 school st.
choralettes 4; chorus 1,2,3,4; future nurses'
club 2,3,4; operetta 1,2,3,4; teens for excep-tional children 1.
john dymon 69 coronet dr.
football 1,2,3; ski club 2,3,4.
barry economidy 43 depalma st.
thomas elliott 120 clover hill dr.
cynthia enderly 596 suffield it.
national honor society 3,4.
thomas ennis 76 arnold it.
golf 2; hockey 1,2,3A captain 4; inter-class
play 3; soccer 1,2,3,4; soccer kick board club
4; student patrol 4; weekend thinkers' club 4,
president 4; winter Olympics 3.
marie faits 443 north west field st.
personality club 2.
Steven famsworth 265 north west st.
math league 3,4; model rocket club 1; operet-
ta ticket committee 2,3,4; chairman 3,4; sach-
em staff 4.
robert fearn 539 shoemaker lane
a.v.a. 1,2,3,4;operetta 1,2,3,4; sing-out 1,2,3,4.
james fenton 55 adams st.
band 1; hockey 1,2,3,4.
angelo ferraro 75 belvedere st.
robert ferrell 92 river rd.
edward field 176 north st.
biology club 2,3; prom committee 3.
robert formaggioni 65 ridgeway dr.
baseball 1; hockey 1.
greg fortier 46 gif fin place
Christopher fuchs 16 alfred st.
as schools match wits 4; baseball 3,4; biology
club 1,2; golf 1,2; national honor society 3,4;
soccer 3,4; soccer kick board club 4; weekend
thinkers' club 4, vice-president 4.
61 peros dr.
peggy gacona 60 highland st.
cheerleader 1,2,3,4; class secretary 1,2,3,4;
future nurses' club 2,3,4; operetta 2; prom
usherette 1; sachem staff 4; west side rally 3,4.
candace gallucci 532 southwick st.
cheerleader 1,2,3; field hockey 3,4; math
league 3,4; Spanish club 2,3; tennis 2,3,4; ten-
nis club 1.
field hockey 4; future teachers' club 4; hock-
ey photographer 4; national honor society 3;
ski club 4; tennis club 1; west side rally 4.
edward gibson 56 homer st.
football 2,3,4; homeroom representative 1;
operetta 2; sing-out 4.
susan gillan 50 homer st.
band 2,3,4, librarian 3, secretary 4; chorale 4;
choralcttes 2,3,4; chorus 1,2,3,4; dance band
3,4; national honor society 3,4; operetta 1,2,3,
4; pep club 1; representative to mass, girls'
state 3; sachem staff 4; sing-out 2,3,4; Spanish
club 1,2,3, president 2, secretary 3.
david gingras 41 monroe st.
art club 3; chorale 1,2,3,4; library staff 3,4;
madrigals 3,4; operetta 1,2.
daniel gloster 46 althea cir.
football 2,3; track 1,2.
susan godet 209 north st.
art club 3,4; business club 2,3,4; chorus 1,2;
library staff 3,4.
deborah goguen 142 franklin st.
mirror staff 3,4, editor 4; national honor so-
ciety 3,4; operetta 2; pop club 1; personality
club 2; tennis club 2.
deborah gormley 34 portland st.
business club 2,3,4; library staff 3,4.
carol gosselin 27 channell dr.
band 1 A3.
diane gottsche 78 south st.
douglas gregor 55 thalia dr.
roberta greguoli 19 brookline ave.
band 1,2,3,4; chorale 3,4, treasurer 4; choral-
ettes 2,3; chorus 1,2,3; field hockey 4; madri-
gals 4; mirror staff 3,4; operetta 1,2,3,4; Span-
ish club 2; sing-out 2,3,4.
james grimaldi 1285 Springfield st.
Stephen grimaldi 18 cherry st.
as schools match wits 3,4; a.v.a. 1,2,3,4; cho-
rale 1,2,3,4, president 4; dance band 3; elec-
tronics club 2; madrigals 1,2,3,4; operetta 1,2,
3,4; sachem staff 4; sing-out 1,2,3,4; soccer 3;
teens for exceptional children 1.
carl grzebien 184 north st.
chorale 3,4; mirror staff 3,4; operetta 3,4; scu-
ba club 3,4; sing-out 4.
holly garvey 65 south alhambra cir.
basketball 2,3,4; chorus 1,2; field hockey 3,4,
captain 4; french club 3; softball 3,4; west side
rally 4; winter Olympics 3.
steven geckler 58 letendre ave.
biology club 2; chorale 1,2,3,4; madrigals 1;
operetta 1,2,3,4; sing-out 1,2,3,4; soccer 1,2,3,
4; track 2.
linda geiger 116 kensington st.
chorus 1,2,3; operetta 2; pep club 1; prom
nancy george 491 north st.
advisory council 4; class president 3; inter-
class play 3; personality club 2; prom commit-
tee 3; safe halloween program 4; ski club 2;
student affairs 4; student council 1,2,3; west-
ern mass. asso. of student council representa-
tives 1,2; west side rally 3; winter Olympics 3,4.
margaret gerry 62 garden st.
diane ghedi 117doancave.
robert gurski 110 parker st.
latin club 3,4; national honor society 3.
maryann hajec 596 north st.
chorale 3,4, secretary 4; chorus 2; color guard
3,4; future nurses' club 2,4; inter-class play 3;
madrigals 4; mirror staff 3,4; operetta 1,2,3,4;
pep club 1; personality club 2; sing-out 3,4;
ski club 1,2,3,4; tennis club 1.
susan hamel 47 kensington st.
color guard 3,4; environment club 1; french
club 1,2,3,4, vice-president 2; national honor
society 3,4, president 4; sachem staff 4.
23 new york ave.
124 anthony st.
76 roberta cir.
555 river rd.
jeffrey hart 32 king st.
football 1; tennis 3,4.leeann hart 50 edward it.
chicopee rally skit 4; chorus 1,2; class vice-
president 3; color guard 3,4; graduation daisy
chain 3; homeroom representative 1,2; inter-
class play 3; kid party decorations 4; mass,
asso. of student council convention delegate
3; operetta 1,2; pep club 1; personality club 2,
3; prom committee 3; sachem staff 4; safe hal-
loween program 4, student supervisor 4; ski
club 1,2,3,4; student council 1,2,3; tennis club
1; western mass. asso. of student council dele-
gate 2; west side rally 3,4; winter Olympics 3.
g enn hast in gs 22 parkview dr.
cross-country 1; swim team 3.
laurain hauff 74 bessbrook st.
basketball (girl's manager) 2; student patrol 4;
tennis club 2.
steven hawkes 110 south park terr.
Steven hebert 107 Campbell dr.
environment club 3; math league 3; soccer 1;
swim team 3.
paul henault 825 north west it.
basketball 1,2,3,4; class president 4; football
1; golf 1; mass. asso. of student council dele-
gate 2; sachem staff 4; student council 1,2,3,
treasurer 3; student patrol 3,4; weekend
thinkers' club 4; western mass. asso. of stu-
dent council delegate 2,3.
john hermans 274 cooper sf.
homeroom representative 2; inter-class play
3; student affairs 4; student council 3; winter
paul heywood 733 suffield st.
football 1; ski club 3,4.
nancy hill 456 silver st.
business club 2,3; cheerleader 1; pep club 1.
richard hill 66 south westfidd st.
football 1; national honor society 3; track 3.
andrea holman 942 north west st.
dlen horacek 179 maynardst.
chorale 4; choralettes 2,3,4; chorus 1; french
club 1,2,3,4, treasurer 2,3, president 4; grad-
uation daisy chain 3; national honor society 3,
4; operetta 1,2,3,4; pep club 1; personality
club 2; prom committee 3; ski club 2; sing-
out 2,3,4; west side rally 4.
thomas houle 131 suffield st.
cross-country 4, co-captain 4; track 2,3,4.
dawn howe 29 memorial dr.
michael hubs 40 meadowbrook rd.
band 1,2,3,4; bowling club 3,4; chess club 1,2;
math league 4.
suzan hurley 165 south west st.
agawam advisory council 3; chorale 3,4; mad-
rigals 4; national honor society 3,4; operetta
2,3,4; regional advisory council 3; sachem
staff 4; sing-out 3,4; ski club 2; student affairs
4, director 4; western mass, district chorus 2.
elena iannuzzi 206 pineview cir.
douglas janik 61 royal lane
baseball 1,3; golf 2; hockey 1,2,3,4, captain 4;
inter-class play 3; national honor society 3,4,
treasurer 4; soccer 2,3,4, captain 4; soccer
kick board club 4; weekend thinkers' club 4,
treasurer 4; winter Olympics 3.
154 mill st.
rcbccca Jones 77 corcy colonial apts.
national honor society 4.
mona Jordan 21 pineview cir.
patricia Julian 439 meadow st.
national honor society 3,4.
deborah kaminsky 300 regency park dr.
art club 3,4; biology club 2; chorale 4; choral-
ettes 4; chorus 2,3; future nurses' club 2,3,4;
math league 4; operetta 3,4; sachem staff 4;
safe halloween program 4; sing-out 4.
46 taft st.
John karakla 826 south west st.
band 1,2,3,4; operetta 2.
72 witheridge st.
44 dbert rd.
264 leonard st.
113 parker st.
nancy klundt 12 hall st.
pep club 1; personality club 1,2.
nancy knowlton 62 roberta cir.
basketball 2; chicopee rally skit 4; inter-class
play 3; library staff 3; national honor society 3,
4; prom committee 3; winter Olympics 4.
leslie kovalchick 224 silver st.
sally krolicki 28 memorial dr.
sandra krolicki 28 memorial dr.
national honor society 3,4.
judy lacroix 36 amherst ave.
chicopee rally skit 4; color guard 3,4; inter-
class play 3; kid party decorations 4; library
staff 3; personality club 2; prom committee
chairman 3; safe halloween program 4; west
side rally 3,4.
sandy lamothc 5 moore st.
nicholas lascala 775 Springfield st.
janice lasky 28 hamilton cir.
business club 1; ski club 2.
Joan lavallee 304 silver st.
band 1; bowling club 4; future nurses' club 3,
4; student patrol 4.
bonnie lawor 55 annable st.
business club 2.
nancy lawrenchuk 47 edward st.
environment club 1; french club 2,3,4, secre-
tary 2, vice-president 4; future teachers' club
1; mirror staff 3,4; pep club 1; national honor
laurel lerkjc 60 mountainview rd.
chorale 4; french club 3; future teachers' club
4; graduation daisy chain 3; operetta 3,4;
sachem staff 4; sing-out 4; west side rally 4.
paul legrand 44 south park terr.
lori letendre 338 north st.
color'guard 3,4; environment club 1; french
club 1,2,3,4, secretary 3,4; graduation usher-
ette 2; junior marshall 3; national honor so-
ciety 3,4; pep club 1; prom committee 3;
sachem staff 4.
77 dover st.
28 federal ave.joann limotti 115 edgewater rd.
personality club 2; prom committee 3.
robert liptak 31 brookline ave.
band 1,2,3,4; basketball 1,2; football 1; soccer
Pamela lombardini 24 oak hill ave.
operetta usherette 1,2,3; personality club 4,
rkhard loncrini 128 cooley st.
football 2,3; hockey 1,2,3,4; homeroom rep-
john os 96 royal lane
joanne losito 611 mill st.
future teachers' club 4; hockey photographer
4; inter-class play 3; mirror staff 3; national
honor society 3,4; personality club 2; safe hal-
loween program 4; ski club 4; Spanish honor
joseph losito 611 mill st.
william lowell 37 gunn-geary lane
band 1,2,3,4; chorale 1,2,3,4; operetta 1,4;
pamela lucas 332 rowley st.
Christine Iuciani 61 highland st.
sachem staff 4; ski club 4.
environment club 3; ski club 1,2,3,4; presi-
dent 4; soccer 2.
james marquis 39 norman terr.
harold martin 19 corcy colonial apts.
gary masciotra 41 kensington st.
Steven mason 14 norris st.
baseball 1,2; football 1,2,3,4, captain 4; hock-
ey 1,2; junior marshall 3; national honor so-
ciety 3,4; track 3,4; weightlifting 3,4.
alan massaro 44 briarcliff dr.
dennis matt 506 north westfield st.
kenneth maynard 38 brookline ave.
baseball 1,2; basketball 1,2,3; inter-class play
3; winter Olympics 3.
edward meade 252 silver st.
thomas meehan 829 shoemaker lane
colleen meissner 115 Campbell dr.
chorale 4; chorus 1,2,3; gym club 2,3; library
staff 3,4; operetta 1,2,3,4; personality club 4;
daniel melbourne 26 gale st.
susan lucier 129 south park terr.
john lynch 29 Charles st.
ann mccaUrey 13 squire lane
a.c.o. 3; field hockey 3,4; hockey statistician
4; ski club 2,3,4; ski team 4; tennis 2; winter
elisabeth mccaUrey 13 squire lane
future teachers' club 1,2.
mary mccarthy 536 north westfield st.
environment club 1; inter-class play 3; oper-
etta 1; prom committee 3; safe halloween
program 4; student advisor to school commit-
tee 4; west side rally 3; winter Olympics 4.
phyllis mccobb 20 ridgeway dr.
color guard ; graduation daisy chain 3; na-
tional honor society 3,4; personality club 2;
prom committee 3; west side rally 3,4; chico-
pee rally skit 4.
mary mccormkk 24 g iff in place
chorus 1; prom committee 3; winter Olympics
robin mclellan 527 north st.
band 1,2,3,4, treasurer 4; operetta 3,4; ski club
1,2,3,4; ski team 4; tennis 2,3,4; tennis dub 1.
john memordie 25 colonial ave.
band 1,2,3; bowling club 3; chess club 2.
cheryl mcnamee 358 southwick st.
lynda melbourne 23 ruth ave.
pep club 1; personality club 1,2.
prom committee 3.
math league 3,4; soccer 2,3.
303 school st.
38 south alhambra cir.
454 meadow st.
86 florida dr.
lynn monachcsi 43 coronet cir.
prom committee 3; ski club 1,2,3,4; ski team
diane montagna 28 florida dr.
mary morin 208 adams st.
as schools match wits 3,4; cheerleader 1,2,3,4;
chorus 1; national honor society 3,4; pep club
2; personality club 2, secretary 2; prom com-
mittee 3; prom usherette 1; sachem staff 4;
Spanish honor society 2; west side rally 3,4.
suzanne muise 70 regency park dr.
chorale 4; chorus 1,2; national honor society
3,4; operetta 4; sing-out 4; Spanish honor so-
chris muldrew 25 poinsetta st.
baseball manager 1,2; basketball 1; national
honor society 3,4; soccer 4; tennis 3,4.
deborah murphy 119 maple st.
graduation daisy chain 3; ski club 1,4.
linda maepherson 420 Springfield st.
art clubl; gym club 2.
385 north westfield st.
joan mallette 113 line st.
francine mancini 58 royal st.
chorale 3,4; choralettes 2,3,4; chorus 1,2,3,4;
color guard 3,4; drama club 1,2,3; graduation
daisy chain 3; majorette 4; operetta 1,2,3,4;
personality club 3,4, president 4; sing-out 2,3,
4; west side rally 3,4.
joyce nicholson 211 eolemore st.
marianne norman 79 school st.
color guard 3,4; graduation daisy chain 3;
homeroom representative 2,3; mass. asso. of
student council convention 3; personality
club 2,3, secretary 3; prom committee 3; sach-
em staff 4; student affairs 4, secretary 4; stu-
dent council 3; west side rally 3,4.
francis marchand 19 trinity terr.
baseball manager 2,3,4; football manager 2,3,
4; ski club 1,2,3,4.
180 suffield st.
Catherine obrien 11 joseph st.
color guard 3,4; graduation daisy chain 3; in-
ter-class play 3; kid party decorations 4; per-
sonality club 2; prom committee 3; safe hal-
loween program 4; west side rally 3,4.
robert marcusative 1; soccer 1,2,3; track 3.
cdward organck 27 spencer sf.
diane ouimet 139 line st.
diane paige 128 ridgeway dr.
business dub 3,4; pep club 1.
patricia parchick 119 coronet cir:
art club 2; basketball 2; graduation daisy
chain 3; personality club 4; tennis 4.
Catherine parent 228 leonard st.
gary paro 492 north st.
sandra reimers 30 federal sf. ext.
graduation daisy chain 3; sachem staff 4; ten-
nis club 2.
jan reynolds 74 Springfield st.
chorus 1; french club 1,2,3; mirror staff 4; na-
tional honor society 3,4.
michael richards 49 hamilton cir.
baseball 1,2; basketball 1,2,3,4; football 1,3,4;
national honor society 4; student patrol 3,4;
environment club 1,2,3.
42 poinsetta st.
566 Springfield st.
110 federal st. ext.
345 adams st.
cross-country 4; track 2,4.
40 western dr.
27 mill st.
198 mill st.
21 fenton st.
leonard petrangelo 96 royal lane
diane phillips 286 south st.
chorus 4; math league 4; national honor so-
gayla piccin 18 mulberry st.
homeroom representative 1,2; ski club 1,2,3,
joseph pisano 2 megrath terr.
football 1; track 1,2,3,4; weightlifting 1,2,3,4.
george plante 545 cooper sf.
ski club 1,4; ski team 3,4; soccer 3.
margaret polopek 61 senator ave.
cheerleader 1,2,3,4; graduation daisy chain 3;
graduation usherette 2; inter-class play 3; kid
party decorations 4; mass. asso. of student
council delegate 3; national honor society 3,
4; pep club 2; personality club 2; prom com-
mittee 3; sachem staff 4; safe halloween pro-
gram 4; ski club 1; student council 1,2,3; west-
ern mass. asso. of student council representa-
tive 1,2; west side rally 3,4.
kathy potito 16 witheridge st.
lauren roberts 41 royal street
kid party decorations 4; mirror staff 3; sachem
staff 4; softball 3,4; west side rally 3,4.
gary robinson 14 laura cir.
baseball 1,2; basketball 1,2,3.
donald rosner 117 maple st.
jane rudowski 79 reed st.
chorus 1; future nurses' club 2; graduation
usherette 2; national honor society 3,4; pep
club 1; personality club 2; ski club 3,4.
kathleen st. peter 62 cooley st.
band 2,3,4; chorale 4; choralettes 4; chorus 1,
2,3,4; library staff 3; operetta 2,3,4; sing-out 4.
james saliba 1 doaneave.
biology club 2; national honor society 3,4,
vice-president 4; student patrol 4; tennis 4.
james santillo 83 alfred cir.
albert sapelli 427 meadow st.
baseball manager 1,2,3,4; football manager 1,
2,3,4; hockey manager 1,2,3,4; student patrol
harold potts 36 carol dr.
model rocket club 1, vice-president 1.
kathleen rachelc 386 meadow st.
color guard 3,4; inter-class play 3; kid party
decorations 4; operetta 1; safe halloween
program 4; west side rally 3,4.
linda racine 142 garden st.
ann sapelli 244 james st.
future teachers' club 1; operetta usherette 1,
2; sachem staff 4; student patrol 3,4.
donna sausville 54 Charles st.
art club 3,4; biology club 2; mirror staff 3,4;
operetta usherette 3.
susan sausville 205 mill st.
louis ramah 140 senator ave.
class president 1,2; corss-country 2; home-
room representative 3; inter-class play 3;
mass. asso. of student council representatives
2; prom committee 3; ski club 1,2,3,4; student
council 1,2; track 1,2; western mass. asso. of
student council representative 1; west side
victor ramah 145 senator ave.
baseball 1,2,3,4; class treasurer 1,2,3,4; hockey
1,2,3,4; inter-class play 3; prom committee 3;
soccer kick board club 4; west side rally 3,4;
winter Olympics 3,4.
paul randall 426 north st.
all-western mass, district band 2; band 1,2,3,4;
chess club 4; chorale 3; dance band 1,2,3,4;
math league 4; national honor society 3,4;
swim team 3; tennis 3,4.
mark scales 80 reed st.
ski club 4; ski team 4; track 4.
donald schebel 900 Springfield st.
elaine schulze 394 Springfield st.
chorale 1; pep club 1.
ethel seriva 90 broz terr.
harry sheffer 264 silver st.
carole shibley 51 rowlcy st.
chicopee rally skit 4; future teachers' club 1;
graduation daisy chain 3; national honor so-
ciety 3,4; pep club 1; personality club 2,3;
prom committee 3; sachem staff 4; west side
8 monroe st.
260 southwick sf. david simmons
28 channel! dr.
292 adams st. john simpson
57 valentine sf.
jean raymond 58 hayes ave. steven skiba
basketball 1; hockey 3; homeroom represent- basketball 2; biology club 3.
187 adams st.diane skowera 81 belvedere st.
chicopcc rally skit 4; color guard 3; french
club 1; future teachers' club 1; national honor
society 3,4, secretary 4; pep club 1; personali-
ty club 2,3; sachem staff 4, editor-in-chief 4;
student council 2; weekend thinkers' club 4;
west side rally 3,4.
society 3,4; operetta 1,2,3,4; sachem staff 4;
ronald (elford 55 barney st.
richard (hies 1005 main st.
14 liberty ave. Steven thorsen
19 stewart lane
1001 suffield st.
59 south westfield st.
184 main st.
mark tidwell 588 north st.
a.v.a. 2,3,4; hockey 2; ski club 1.
lucinda toelken 32 elm st.
national honor society 3; student patrol 3.
Charles souliere 30 north alhambra cir.
band 1,2,3; baseball 1,2,3,4; football 1; nation-
al honor society 3,4.
elizabeth spear 292 south west st.
as schools match wits 3,4.
robert touchettc 32 columbus st.
paul trimboli 7 old mill rd.
baseball manager 1; chess club 3,4; interna-
tional relations club 1; soccer 3; soccer man-
ager 2; tennis 2,3,4.
kathleen stahovich 62 annable st.
homeroom representative 2; personality club
katherine Stapleton 24 ridgeview terr.
personality club 2; ski club 1,2,3,4; ski team 4.
deborah Steadman 86 hendom dr
biology club 2; color guard 3,4; graduation
daisy chain 3; operetta 2; personality club 3;
prom committee 3; sachem staff 4; west side
paula troie 69 randall st.
personality club 4; west side rally 4.
robert turnbull 39 carmel lane
all-state chorus 3,4; band 2,3,4; chorale 1,2,3,
4; chorus 4; homeroom representative 2;
madrigals 1,3,4; mass. asso. of student council
delegates 1; operetta 1,2,3,4; sing-out 1,2,3,4;
ski club 1,2,4; Springfield symphony chorus 4;
student council 1,3; western mass, district
chorus 3,4; western mass, youth honors cho-
james Stephenson 9 park edge dr
linda stone 986 main st
ski club 1,2,3,4.
kevin sullivan 10 kirkland st.
football 2,3,4; weightlifting 2.
frank talbot 28 federal ave.
deborah taupier 64 woodside dr.
band 1,2,3,4, vice-president 4; choralettes 2,3;
chorus 1,2,3; dance band 1,2,3,4; future
teachers' club 1; madrigals 4; national honor
robin turnbull 39 carmel lane
cheerleader 1,2,3,4; chorus 3; class vice-pres-
ident 2; color guard 3; drama club 2; gradua-
tion daisy chain 3; homeroom representative
1; inter-class play 3; kid party decorations 4;
national honor society 4; operetta 2,3,4; prom
committee chairman 3; prom usherette 1;
sachem staff 4; safe halloween program 4;
west side rally 3,4.
waller ugolick 693 north st.
baseball 1,2,3,4; basketball 1,2,3,4; football 1,
3; student patrol 4.
carol walker 98 valentine st.
nancy walsh 107 maple st.
cheerleader 2,3; graduation daisy chain 3;
graduation usherette 2; inter-class play 3; kid
party decorations 4; mass. asso. of student
council workshop 4; pep club 2; personality
club 2,3, treasurer 2, vice-president 3; prom
committee 3; safe halloween program 4, stu-
dent supervisor 4; student affairs 4, assistant
director 4, treasurer 4; student council 1,2,3;
west side rally 3,4.
robert watson 271 elm st.
basketball manager 1; biology club 1,2; latin
club 3; math league 3; sing-out 1.
gary webster 137 leonard st.
inter-class play 3; mirror staff 4; soccer 1,2,3,4;
soccer kick board club 4; weekend thinkers'
club 4, treasurer 4; winter Olympics 3.
martha woscott 146 high st.
bowling club 4; color guard 3,4; future nurs-
es' club 1,2,3,4; personality club 4; sachem
staff 4; ski club 1.
Stephen whitman 107 fairview st.
environment club 3; ski club 1; track 1.
lawrence whittle 26 walnut st.
band 1,2,3,4; baseball 1,2,3,4; chorale 1,2,3;
prom committee 3; west side rally 3,4.
thcodore wislocki 124 mallard cir.
mark withee 253 rowley st.
biology chib 2,3.
susan wotus 61 granger dr.
graduation usherette 3; national honor socie-
ty 3,4; personality club 3; prom committee 3;
west side rally 4.
cheryl yelinek 12 elmar dr.
william zerbinopoulos 57 harding st.
football 2,3,4; track 2,3; weightlifting 2,3; west
side rally 4.ballot box
class chatter-box; paul trimboli and sue borgatti.
class artists; connie buynicki and larry whittle
best all-around seniors; suzie hurley and bud ramah.
class flirt; al sapelli and debbie brignoli.
most quiet; sandy krolicki and james marquis.class lady and gentleman; steve mason and class dramatists; robbie turn bull and francine mancini. class couple; ellen beauchane and doug janik.
mr. and miss a.h.s. spirit; joanne losito and bud ramah.
miss class athlete; janet dalmolin.
mr. class athlete; doug janik.
158mr. and miss personality; bud ramah and nancy walsh
most likely to succeed; suzie hurley and paul henault.
mr. and miss i.q., deb goguen and Charles souliere.
class clowns; sue borgatti and al sapelli.class musician; chip benson and robin mclellan.
best dressed; francine mancini and jim saliba.
best looking guy; jim anderson.
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well, it's almost dawn, and i can't believe that i made it through last night, what
with speeches, “pomp and circumstance", all those congratulations ... and
that darn tassel! it sure feels good to get it out of my eyes, might as well put it in
the drawer with all my other odds 'n ends, i really should clean this drawer out
some day — what's this? an elevator ticket??? oh, i remember! that was when i
was a dumb freshman and some tough senior walked up to me and conned me
into buying it. yeah, and wasn't that the year when the dress code was dumped
so everyone could look and learn comfortably? i bet the upperclassmen
thought i was nuts, but i really couldn't help staring at all the locker lovers i saw
every time i turned a corner, i got my first taste of student government that
year by electing class officers, i chose louie ramah as president, sue denon-
court as vice-president, peggy gacona as secretary, and buddy ramah as trea-
surer, and by some coincidence my candidates won. with the help of advisor
mr. baggetta, they put on a wicked dance; i think the band was “jack veronesi
and friends", and it added quite a bit to buddy's bank book, and i'll always
remember my first experiences with the school lunches .. but i guess being a
freshman wasn't that bad after all.
looking back, it's amazing how one year changed me from a frightened fresh-
man to a sophisticated sophomore, as an upperclassman, i was given the "privi-
ledge" of attending rallies, although it seemed more of a punishment during
class competitions when i was overwhelmed by the juniors, i'll never forget
that after two weeks of begging, borrowing and stealing the ten dollar deposit
for my class ring, i was awarded with a blue plastic band to wear in its place un-
til the order would come in the following year, louie, robin turnbull, peggy
and buddy led me through my second year at good ol' a.h.s., and mr. tatro re-
placed the retired mr. harris as principal, i think that was the year i voted for
students to represent me at the council of sixteen, which was formed to try to
close the communication gap between the faculty and the students, it seems
like bake sales were on the rise that year 'cause i can remember cleaning burnt
pans as one of my duties as a member of "buddy's volunteer brownie bakers",
well, by spring, i had settled down to the routine of high school and i felt that
my sophomore year was easier to swallow than the first.
then i was a junior, and i proudly flashed my class ring around the school, my
favorite memory of that year was seeing the disappointed seniors when i won
the decorations competition for the west side rally for the first time in a.h.s.
history, i remember another first for our school was organized girls' varsity
sports, with the girls' softball team losing only one game, i won the inter-class
play with my performance of sha-na-na. i had to wash my hair five times after-
wards to get the grease out, but i guess it was worth it. after that was the annual
school play, "the sound of music", and woody coggswell did a fine job as a
lead, nancy george was class president that year, leeann hart was vice-presi-
dent, and peggy and buddy hung in there for a third year, since i was a junior,
it was my job to pick a theme for the prom, i kinda liked the idea of "Scarbor-
ough fair" at the high point motor inn, and it must have been a good idea
'cause everyone had a great time, i was sorry to see my junior year end, but i
couldn't wait to be a senior.
senior year was fantastic! it started off with senior hats and shirts, (i can still
hear the senior cheer), my second victory with decorations for the west side
rally and football season, the band and colorguard were chosen to represent
the area in a national competition in Philadelphia, and they came home with a
third place trophy in parading, mr. davis was so proud of his band . i had of-
ten spent my studies in the library, which had been under the direction of mrs.
holmes for seventeen years, but i guess she had enough years of arranging, fil-
ing and advising because she retired early in the year and mrs. schimel became
our new librarian, in january, all four classes piled into the gym to listen to (and
stare at) senator kennedy, who visited our school while on tour of the area, the
excitement was unbelieveable! the band played, the colorguard saluted, the
press snapped pictures and the students cheered, mr. tatro was chosen princi-
pal for the new junior high, so mr. t. replaced him. the freshmen left for the
new school in january and i remember that for the first time i could walk to my
classes without getting trampled in crowded halls, suzie hurley was appointed
director of the office of student affairs, which replaced the student council,
and for the last time i chose my class officers: paul henault as president, debbie
caroleo as vice-president and peggy and buddy for the fourth year in a row.
when open campus started, i spent first period at dunkin' donuts, g period at
macdonald's and last period driving home, with laurie leduc and robbie turn-
bull as the leads in "my fair lady", tickets were sold out. for the first time, the
prom was held in the form of a dinner-dance at chez josef's with the theme
"three roses", but, i think the most fun i had all year was at the kid party, i can
remember smudging painted freckles, pulling up my ankle socks, looking for
my teddy bear and dancing and laughing.
and then last night at the coliseum i was so happy when dr. gardner handed
me my diploma — but i didn't even think ... it's all over now. i guess i'll kinda
miss it. an elevator ticket??? guess i won't be cleaning out this drawer for
awhile, i didn't even get to say good-bye to everyone — maybe tomorrow
by the way, in case you're wondering who i am, i'm the class of 1973, and this is
the way it was before.sachem staff
layout: chris luciani, martha wescott, debbie Steadman, sue gillan and editor lynn davis.
assistant photographer: ted blaszak.
sports: editor steve grimaldi, mary morin, paul henault and debbie kaminsky.literary: co-editors lori letendre and sue hamel, debbie taupier and laurie leduc.
class song: robbieturnbull andsuzie hurley.
business: sandy reimers, editor marianne norman and robin turnbull.
dvertising: ann sapolli, lecann hart, cheryl buynicki, sandy adamski
nd editor judy drewnowski.
ballot box: peggy polopek, editor peggy gacona and peggy ahern.
secretary lynn cirillo and advisor and photographer mr. david pulaski.mr. mrs. wm. aequaro mr. mrs. william luciani
mr. mrs. norbert adamski mr. mrs. lawrence mackler
mr. mrs. william r. ainey mr. mrs. robert h. marcus
rudy t. altobelli the great mr. mrs. peter mazza
mrs. laurance andrews mr. mrs. h. mezzetti
mr. mrs. albert baggetta mr. mrs. john m. morin
mrs. frances barefield morning mist
mr. mrs. russei bellico mr. mrs. wayne morse
mr. mrs. richard borgatti mr. mrs. simon w. muise
mr. mrs. ernest a. bouley mr. lee nacewicz
mr. brunelle mr. mrs. joseph norman
mr. mrs. paul cavallo lawrence f. o'brien
mr. mrs. john b. cirillo j. e. petrone
mr. mrs. darcy davis mr. mrs. john porter
mr. mrs. robert day mr. mrs. david pulaski
mr. mrs. Stanley drewnowski j. ramah
mr. mrs. george dugan mr. mrs. roger richards
anneg. eckart roberts, shibley, skowera ltd.
john m. fahey mr. mrs. eugene v. ryer
mr. mrs. m. b. farnsworth sandy, judy, corb, sue
mr. fitzgerald mr. mrs. a. sapelli
mr. mrs. paul flynn teresa r. m. scovera
mrs. emelinda gacona mr. mrs. peter shibley
arthur gage mr. mrs. george skowera
mr. mrs. george e. gillan mr. mrs. gerald smith
mr. mrs. ronald hamel mr. mrs. norman Steadman
mr. mrs. lenville r. hart florence b. strasberg
dorothey r. hastings mr. mrs. david Stratton
mr. mrs. robert hirschhaut superfoot, gumper, web, t.
j. b. friends of 28 mr. mrs. al taupier
mr. mrs. richard n. joseph mr. mrs. r. w. toelken
mr. mrs. richard kellogg mr. mrs. robert turnbull
mrs. helen b. krajewski mr. mrs. james wescott
mr. mrs. roger leclerc mrs. mary wuesthoff
mr. mrs. bernard leduc joseph zabielski
mr. mrs. edward a. letendre mr. zavarella
mr. mrs. leo a. loncrini mrs. ernasta zillibusiness patrons
acorn printing mailing service inc. 168 elm st. agawam, mass. j,s,a,c,l, co. 760 cooper st. rm. 40 agawam, mass.
agawam funeral home 184 main st. agawam, mass. keg package store 56 river st. agawam, mass.
agawam pine furniture 160 garden st. feeding hills, mass. malone's farm garden center 338 silver st. agawam, mass.
agawam public market 768 main st. agawam, mass. dr. alien paley 717Vi main st. agawam, mass.
j m aluminum 699 sumner ave. Springfield, mass. pulaski photographic studio dickinson drive granville, mass.
ben's gulf 357 main st. agawam, mass. sharpe wiley inc. 378 walnut st. ext. agawam, mass.
briggs service station Springfield st. agawam, mass. e. wayne smith automotive transmission service feeding hills, mass.
bryden's deli 703 main st. agawam, mass. 732-6943 the squires 15 kingst. agawam, mass.
country store 291 Springfield st. agawam, mass. tisdel's barber shop main st. agawam, mass.
feeding hills pharmacy 1350 Springfield st. feeding hills, mass. tom's cycle 1801 main st. agawam, mass.
feeding hills pizza house 1355 Springfield st. feeding hills, mass. town texaco 395 main st. agawam, mass.
ferrara spring parts co. inc. 4 rowley st. agawam, mass. valenti pizza grinder shop 1 cooper st. agawam, mass.
sandra graziano lancer tool co. 168 elm st. agawam, mass. waniewski farms inc. 409 south westfield st. feeding hills, mass. manufacturers of provisions
hampden fence supply inc. 80 industrial lane agawam, mass. mr. mrs. bruno zucco 24 corey colonial pat. agawam, mass.go for broker sheehan.
larry sheehan real estate
42 tracy drive
look at those smiling Irish eyes!well reach for anything at revco.
609 silver st.
we wear our soles out working at beltrandi.
john j. beltrandi realtors
297 walnut street
we package any size, any shape.
we keep our machines well oiled!
67 industrial lane
173what does this do?
we work hard dreaming up new tools at jet tool.
jet tool and gage co. inc.
307 silver st.
interesting things happen at edward's drug.
edward's drug store
287 Springfield st.
know any good polish jokes?
polish american club of
feeding hills, mass.curran-jones inc.
west Springfield, mass.
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come down and see us sometime.
even snoopy likes it at country squire!
759 main street
agawam, mass. 175
ride on down to country squire.got something for me? you can pick up anything at agawam pharmacy!
773 main street
have a grand old time at betty's old townehousel
betty's old townehouse
288 walnut street
agawam, mass.drewnowski pool co., inc
1815 main street
guaranteed with every pool!
ride 'em, ham!best wishes to the
class of 73 from the
sophomore class of 75.congratulations to the senior class from
your churches ...
agawam united methodist
feeding hills congregational
sacred heart of jesus
st. anthony of pauda
st. david's episcopal
st. john the evangelist
st. theresa of the infant jesus
valley communityget suited up at villager's.
villager's men shop
insure yourself of a good buy at pond.
pond real estate
and insurance agency
make sweet music with a briere piano.
briere piano and organ co.
141 main street
792 main street
looking for a new home?agawam food mart
it's all meat at food mart!
shopping for something?
the "meeting" place.
7358 Springfield st.
feeding hills, mass.
you can rent everything anything at taylor rental!
agawam taylor rental
182 270 maple street
thoughtful gifts come from keefe's.
266 walnut st.
agawam, mass.buy it, you'll like it!
383 walnut sf. ext.
well fill your needs for parties, etc.
corner package store
312 Springfield st.
you're not moving, andy!
torinos bike and
829 Springfield street
feeding hills, mass.
we're fully equipped, ouch!
183need a mow?
alien lawn mower will cut your problems down to size!
alien lawnmower co., inc.
20 river road
west Springfield, mass.
you can afford a new car at sarat ford.
sarat ford sales, inc.
184 250 Springfield st.
get your latest style at jay's!
jay's professional hair
styling tor men
326 Springfield street
agawam, mass.maybe it needs gas at burr's discount gas house.
burr's discount gas station
bored? take the cue and go to rack 'ncue.
rack 'n cue
359 walnut st. ext.
we concentrate on our work at impala.
impala manufacturing inc.
168 elm st.
need anew pair of wheels? go to hogan's cvcle.
hogan's cycle shop
1782 main st.
agawam, mass.i think i like it!
depalma motors sales co.
959 Springfield st.
need a fill-up? you can bet your bp you'll get one at agawam bp.
agawam b p
634 main st.
take a test drive at depalma motors!
joseph says "eat at chez-josef!"
776 shoemaker lane
agawam, mass.light your fire at oil burner engineering co.l
oil burner engineering co.
20 maple street
the best in styling, how about it girls!
766 Springfield st.
feeding hills, mass.
this is too much for you? try beef "n" burgundy!
beef "n" burgandy
340 walnut st.
330 bridge st.
because loring studios is new england's leading portrait, bridal,
and yearbook photographer, you can be sure of the finest crafts-
manship at the most moderate prices!
for the best in portraits, see loring.
say whiskey!our amerkan yearbook representative
much sweat and hard work goes into the production of a yearbook, behind the
scenes is the publisher's representative who tries to keep the staff from total con
fusion, the yearbook staff consists of 'green horns' in the publishing business, and
without a representative who has a special knowledge whkh co-ordinates our ac-
tivities, the staff would be in a frenzy most of the year, the yearbook staff gratefully
acknowledges the help and support from american yearbook representative, don
high level conference?
forest park station
area code 413-732-7692
don lendry representative
Will you remember today
twenty years from now ?
A yearbook never targets
in the effort of producing this yearbook, sach-
em staff has tried to capture love-lasting mem-
ories of the 1972-1973 school year, it is our sin-
cere hope not to have merely produced a pic-
ture book, but rather to have stimulated a
sense of pride and happiness when reflecting
upon the way it was before.
on behalf of sachem '73, i would like to express
my sincere thanks to don lendry, american
yearbook representative; loring studios; ron
ashton, artist; and most of all to our neat advi-
sor, mr. david pulaski.
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