Mount Everett High School - Aurigan Yearbook (Sheffield, MA)

 - Class of 1980

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1 X ,X E X U I L P 1:1111 Q ,nv L 'gif' Lilvrar v P4 gf. l wiv ill , 5, mr.. va' -49' Q , 251' , v "' iuti a Il 19 0 9 , fm 'Y .A ,- ,V ni' V -as WN, v. 'X '58 AURIGAN, 1980, Volume 25, is sponsored and prepared by members of the Senior Class, Mount Everett Regional School, Sheffield, Massachusetts. Due to deadline and delivery schedules, this yearbook spans the period of time from February, 1979, to February, 1980. Gif W-0:4 Q Q Sebastian Esposito - Editor- in-Chief Kim Beattie - Executive Editor David Sadera - Executive Editor . I 'HQ 531'-W-g 1 -4""- 1 .Alisa f Na 513 F xywmh. 'I 'N nl 'Q- . ' . se,-. tq.xf::,igf,.q,1 ,st , . 0 1" Below: A warm November day in Sheffield for Mark Consolini, Pam Hewlns, Myron Wartella, and Nancy Soudant I f I Y v X , A X 4 X ' N' , ' "l P K 5 ' , I . ' I , 5 . It x r 1 . x X 'X' N N' 4 -:-,-- ? P ff .'1 ,f ,zff1,,' - If I r r -4' IJ, f,',7 7' H- - 'lbw - 1 .L..-J' -Q.. . -iq-1 cl ai qs ' . , . v- - , N. I . ' OA' FEA TURE School Slices' 555412 -vii' if , .r ..1 . . . 'uf I g . 1. sr' F 4 fWii f I v all 5 5 .1 ' V Q , h . I ' ' " Tv,-042' Al, E' ' 6' 4 ,X . . tt I I ' E .. 1 . is , five '- -Lx I A A 4 -4. rs, . Rf-, ' iii' an . ,i,.,,.2Jll It 5 elllllllUi fl' ' 1 airy 0 ,' I , ,x 'L 5 . - ,dh '. - 3 . if Q , 1 Q ' 1 . f ug 1 N Q I as ' . ' o NN- ,, . ' 5- r. 'la IQ?-X Arrival at Mount Everett - any school-day morning. Sep. 10 - School is an undertaking too long of duration, strain, and pain for all kids across the states. Ever since I was five, I have been going to school! This is my thirteenth straight year in school and probably there will be a lot more after I graduate. It is depressing getting up at 'lThis yearbook features "free writings" from English classesg they are iden- I 86V8l'l'0,CIOCk in the morning, QOIIIQ to tifed by dates preceding the writings - i. e., Sep, 10, Since each free writing school until p.'n., often Staying after, a fragment or 'isliceu of our lives here at Mount Everett, the feature S h I i appearing on pages 4 through 11 is entitled "School Slicesfl and then doing h0meW0f c oo S an unpaid, full-time job. QI wish I could get firedll - M.B. Congratulations Seniors MT. EVERETT PASS 1979-1980 UMC -i Name H R GR. X00 Must be in studcnt's possession at all times. Q' Q' MON. I Tues. WED. THURS. I FRI 1 ,,. :UQ gnn,i""""- d N 2 . Q.,-,f , ' 2 T vsa 3 ' ,. I 4 L 3 -Q S' Oct. 12 - I was so mad this morning. I was looking for my pass for about fifteen minutes. I almost missed the X A 5 l 1 I bus. I got to school, LEGEND and when I opened Lubmy 4'Num 7 CI my locker, my pass 2-Office 5-smoking ' a:5'0o"' was there I was so 3'G"lda"Ce 6'R's' Room 8 'Ot ar mad. - L.W. "' '- The Mount Everett student pass and llnsertl PHITICISI Wrxght From The Student Council SCHOOL SLICES fCONT'DJ Oct. 30 - Well, even though I was sure it wouIdn't happen it did. Wish I knew where I left that blasted thing. If you should happen to see an 80-page, blue-covered, spiral-bound notebook walking by, please Sep. 26 - Listening to everyone entering English class, you may wonder if it is a crazy house you're in. Sebastian singing something about a snake, Michael being called various vegetables, Doreen and June bemoaning not seeing each other even when they are in the same class, Phillip yelling, "I-Ii, Pattie!" when she is but five feet away. Someone is coming in late while David is whispering with John about whatever. Meanwhile, the rest of the class is basically quiet except for Pattie who is trying to find a topic to write about. One person is snuffling as sh has for the last few da s. - D.Z. ask it to return home. - J.R. e y With three securely-gripped notebooks and one absent Pl notebooki Cheryl , - - 4 - Walther. Merry Germain, Mike Ovitt. and Gary Warner. Opposite page. Diane Ziegler' Center' Wmes Impressions- AJ .+ . I J if 11- f '.e-- f- i SOUTHERN BERKSHIRE SHOPPER'S GUIDE, INC. Cf qv '?' E. B. DOLBY, INC. 35 Bridge St . P O Box 89 "Flowers for all occasions' Gt Barrzigton, MA 413-523-0005 Box 449, Gt. Barrington P V- fm c-ff" xx f Q HW ' rf" 'six 5 I f., J' SJ' AQH- -14l"""' 'hw W ff 1' Best Wishes to all Seniors X MAR'-'ON HAIR DESIGN INC' From the Miller Family at the G ' B-1fV'n9l0'l lllam SYCAMORE LUNCHEONETTE QDAIRY QUEENJ ' GI BHTYINUW- MA 11 Stockbridge Rd, Gt, Barrington U 413,523 -lil! Marjon Hair Desxgn -Inc SCHOOL SLICES fCONT'DJ ..,Il"l 5 S o II f 5 s ' s 'IO Sep. 13 - Yesterday in gym we tried to see how many sit-ups we could do in one minute. I am thirteeng my birthday is next month. A thirteen-year-old girl is supposed to do fifteen sit-ups. I did thirty-three in one minute. I was glad because it was over twice as many as required. Now, thanks to that, l can hardly walk. could not bend down this morning, and those stairs are killers. That was practice. Tomorrow I have to do it again to get points. l'll have to do other things too. I don't know if l'll be able to. I want to but my legs say "no"! - C.G. At left: A break for juniors and seniors from gym class in order to get picture of total "exhaustion," v off-N Q 4, Oct. 18 - What is a doodle? Where does it come from? l really can't answer these questions. lt is something that is just taken for granted. But the doodle is definitely a tragic hero. A doodle can save your sanity during a long lecture or a slow class. Ut is like a cheer when your team is losing, boosting your morale a littleJ l think we should take a good look at the doodle and see that it is one of the better tragedies in life. - D.S. 3 Sep. 10 - A couple days ago l was thinking how it would be fun to go to a football game again, but then l remembered that we don't have football anymore, I feel bad about that. Even . A . 1 I A- 1. "f'Ijl 4141! 1 I 'af' , , .- , V 4 though we didn't have a very good team, it was still fun to go and watch and to cheer our team on. lt seems that a football game was one of the times when VU school spirit was shown most. - S.G. WH WV .. . og, ' V Q O ld Ti ,nj Q-U"Y'?'P' ggi, .Y .. . -,. . Q . ' ' 1. in 2' Above: Cheerleaders pose in front of empty stands and next to a gameless football field. ,... ,qv Q- 'Y S X END OF SCHOOL SLICES Q ll loc' 'loi s v ' I J Q - uf J A L Lk .-.smirk-fn gi People And What We Do area by Room 21 had been closed. Now smoking students have to go to the opposite end of the school. - Y.D. Sep. 13 - Today is speech day in English class, and it seems that everyone is extremely nervous - especially me. I am absolutely terrified. l have always been .",t,jQA in 'VH f fmvfx A ' ' sq . Fi , 1 V M.v! v :fl 3,4-vj, for public speaking. All I can say is I hope it. - B.C. I do well. Ughh . . . - K.B. Oct. 7 - Gazing out the window, I could Nov. 1 - I gave a friend permission to see buses arriving. As I re-concentrated put some of her stuff in my locker. The on what was going on in class, something stuff has begun to build up. It does not out there caught my eye. lt was one bus bother me, but l wonder why she has so backing smack into another. - J.S. much stuff in school with no purpose to n P ,Q x ,, , .gp 1 V X X .W fu' 'jaw ix -pizx it " 'aaa If-if , e c - o f + s l, ' 4 .sum-1... 8 - X - ff . , n "X IRQ , 'V 4 Eiga ,V N LI'- ,f vi I 1 104 M x , Y E I tl 1 xi Q 1 i :L 'ff QS' A 4 ' A ,f . W . J, M , K A, J . .- ...'.L4.--, 1 Keith Amstead Charles Anstett Roger Ball Chris Behne Kathy Behne Tracey Bell Robin Bernstln Teresa Bettis Margaret Bower Karl Busch Becky Bush Sabrina Chapin Kim Choquette David Consollnl SEVENTH GRADERS QCONT'DJ Richard Coon Betsy Crine Trevor Curtis George Davis Ann Decker Elizabeth Doyle Suzanne Eline Brett Fellie Jared Fleury Adelaide Garrett Kassie Gates Bruce Goewey Billy Grady Ricky Green Cathy Hall Tina Handlowich Kathleen Hayes Linda Hayes Mary Heath Cindy Hewins Sean Hohman June Hotaling Timmy Hughes Charles Joch Susan Joyner Carrie King Jennifer Kinsley Dan LaBrecque Mike Lehmbeck Evan Lemmerman Marianne Lockwood Jennifer Marchione Shawn Marion Paul Maynard Lila Michalski Ann O'Brien Sandy Ovitt Nancy Palmer Richard Pellegrini Eric Perry David Provost David Quenneville Brenda Raimer Kevin Reilley Kirk Russell iABl Catherine Saunders William Schnurr Anna Seidl Sharon Siter Robert Sluka David A. Smith David M. Smith George Soudant Robert Stevens Shelley Lynn Tublus Sherry Lee Tublus Robin Twing Andrew Unsderfer Lorri Vacchlna KABJ Katherine Welch Jackie Wells Steve Wells Andrew West Keith Wheeler June Ziegler Robert Zink v A X I 8 .pit 1 ,Q 4'r"" za! 'fav ,. i -Q ,- If -fi 'C -yr 11 .431 1 :QL 'in L Aw -4-'f V - ' .gay "Z, AI ' '- S 'TY' ' .fp I . ..-1 . up X r 'X 'N A ,ff J ,lf J -,f i, Wg, 'i-l ', .-.1 , 4 . X AQ Al 5 ji 'ob' 9? "JB" qv Q i. 46 X -ll il C -f ap ii n x f at .p W-vs' wi.. .5 if Y A ' fum N - K-.3 ,gg L 1- n I I. i i wx I- -, 'Q 2 7 qc' GSL KJ' Ti Iemlwllf' -lil. ziiffg 101' QT' ' J -sg' l 'Q M. Wx '12 -s-.gg Fx . A: of mv: Q 1 ls. v-r , ' 5 il 'Ain 131' 1' r , M, if . f 'Hd' x i . f . vi M A.. J-Q-' H ' 'iff A 1 sw 4.13 lil 'TW' :ii lx ,II ff Lf 2 "" Elin- f:::r An , -fl s -Ji 4 I l Y 5 IQ 7 f Q I f , -f 4' 'inn 36 4 , 1 at 'f 3 1 . 'U' ip' gif' -if Zn in 'I."71 ix? MF . 'V V1 31 in wg L. nf EIGHTH GRADERS Below. Wmlla Dek otm and Sherrl Burkholder. Izette Swan and Amella Esposito, 41X QQ? -V if -Q5 'mo f . 'tal' 175 S, but . ,ab .D-f A L ff'e- 6- 1-LP' :ali 06 .Z -A- 3 df' K var' ff'-A 1 --.1 ..,. J '31 D ' X 1 ,O x 'Q 5 'Q ' ll 443 Q 4 -IO f 1' 5- 'Q' as 'YU ,QS lr is-1' X A -:QR Y 1 or If X .ff 25. 'iv Y X '11 1,-3-,r 1"" Qin '59 4,1 2. ,1 .- 3 Q.: il Q --fx "5- 1 1 . 1 X. 1 , r l 5 'I M . B9- Mark Amstead Mark Annelll Mike Bachetti Becky Barnum Andy Bassett Melissa Bassett Steve Bell Ennis Blount Sue Bouthillete Charlene Brazie Laurie Briggs Sherri Burkholder Brldglt Bush Cinthia Bush Susan Bush Kurt Callahan Michele Carr Christine Cartlnelli Todd Coon Danielle Cote William Crlne Jeff Curtlss Julie Curtlss Willa DeVotl Amelia Esposito Alice Fennell Eric Fisher Davld Gauthier Robert Glngras Robert Grandbols William Guldl EIGHTH GRADERS fCONT'DJ Lisa Gulotta Lisa Hadsell Andreas Haecker Heather Hatfield Karen Hayes Clem Hlls David Hodge Tracey Hohman Stacy Holst-Grubbe Ginger Johnson Lucy lmpoco Ronwyn lves Rudi Keller Melissa Kilmer Glen Kimpel Kenny Langenback Duane Lanoue Blll Lavalette Phlllp LeGeyt Bobby Lltchfleld Kathleen MacKenzie Chris Mankc Kelly Marks Jon Marlotti QAM Dale Martin Mark Mathieu Rlchard MacDowell Jeffrey McLaughlin Theodore Mielke Donna Nash QAM Denis 0'Connor Hattie Palmer Hannah Pedersen Marcia Proctor Todd Ranolde Scott Reeves Thomas Reynolds Todd Rliska Randy Robarge Magdallne Rummel Denise Sadera Beth Seely Sarah Shaw Heidi Sheldon Suzy Smith Wendy Spencer Allen Stalker Cynthia Strlngham lzette Swan Sandra Terpenning Scott Thompson Tani Tlpps Tosha Vlall Brian Warner Gary Warner Scott Weinreb James Welch MaryElIen Welch Danielle West Wesley Wheeler Brian White Wa ne Wilkinson Brian Rellley Vale Ziegler Jim Zigmand V Stephanie Wolkenstein 1 20 rv-'P' '17 cl .r YV 43' A .eq-1 "V 'L 0 5 tjfvx wg, 'ia Ja I igy CQ "4"T'.1D K ... 1. fag, -A .i Q V 'GJ 5 1 fra 'R a 1 '- . s I . 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N651 .Q 5495 I4 Q ,' 5 Jon Andrus Deborah Aragl QAM Bruce Barth Catherine Bassett Denise Behne Tammy Bobola David Bourque Julian Brucale Robin Bunce Bonnie Bush Kimberly Bush FRESHMEN QCONT'Dl Robert Candee Doug Champlgny Scott Clark Mark Consolini Patricia Constable 1Abl Andy Cote Glenn Curtlss Theresa Dapretto Sara Davidson Tammy Davis Jeff Duchardt Roger Duryea Scott Farrell Matt Fleury Merry-Deen Germain Fred Gillette Andre Golden Carolyn Goss Kelly Granger Brenda Green Linda Green Missy Green John Hakulin Patrick Hall Sherrie Handlowlch Adam Hatfield Denise Hervieux Pamela Hewlns Kathie Hodge Marie lmpoco Joseph Johnston Steven Jones Chuck Joyce Lisa Labrecque Jackie Lanoaa Cheryl LaPolnt Debbie Lowry QAM Michael Martin Pamela McDonald Sam Mlchalaky Margaret O'Connor Jamie Ormgbec Janice Ovltt Christine Papp Andrew Pedrettl Kelly Sue Pond Steve Pothul Cheryl Reynolds Billy Rice Richard Robarge Lisa Roster Denise Rossi Chris Sadera Jim Sall Richard Seiger Karin Shanley Glenn Slter Matt Smith Scott Smith Steven Smith Patrick Stanton Lynn Warner Myron Wartella Doug Wells Jane Wells 24 Richard West Donald Whltbeck l xsu, if 'lf I-an 5:51 1' -- -cl 1 IT '11 .,.o" n'l'41'9 !y',l 6 . I-S ,qi -f i 1 A. l' 04? 'P 'V' 5, I J-L 1 xxx? 1 1 J 4 I 1 L l -ul-o fi 1 UIC 'Q l-Q ,10,. . f " at I 'J Q 7. X . ij .V ,x l 01' -1 iff .l I -'35 'Tl 1' 1:59 319'- X-Q-ni I'kx l diff Is bi? cab -gr Q . x .Nix nl' 1- fr' 417 1-o ' H -hs, J, N wi A ,r Q6- 1 ri ii X1 iv' W-as Q, 2 4 H gf 9 Jbf is 4,1 Y f N-ef lu? ai? ring 'V' dugg. SOPHOMORES eri ri gs. Michael Ovitt, Marvin Casivant. and Linda Wright. Below: Ch B g Class of 1982 Officers Mike Ovitt - president Linda Wright - vice-president Cheri Briggs - secretary Marvin Casivant - treasurer Student Council members Don Bourque Pam Christmah - assistant secretary Jim Gauthier Mike Salzrnann Advisors Mr. Eline Mr. Lucy I , 1 A is ',"' '. la 3, , X - ' - . , vlf, '- I' .NJNKY . rm gf'- , .3 -' ..-1 J I I 3 3 l v 3' -... W .J I 4 -41 1 -J 2- 4 ' O f' 5' H 4 , .Q lu lk. . 5 I Q 9 . l . 5 , A h I I . 5 5, ' 'L . , 15 Q 0' oh .S--rat. it is 6:4 l'.' J P1 5. 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SOPHOMORES QCONT'Dl ' Mark Eichstedt William Fennell Orvle Garrett James Gauthier Debbie Goewey Mary Goewey Tom Green Davld Guldl QAbl Stefan Haecker Greg Hakulin Lynn Handlowich Tammy Hankey Lisa Hitchcock Brian Hohman Danette Holst-Grubbe Rosanne lversen Jill Jenssen Tammy Jervas Jim Koneazny Karen Kradel Susan LeGeyt John Lehmbeck Dallyn Macchl Michael Main James Makuc Charles Muller QAbl Evelyn O'Brien Edmund Ormsbee Llsa Ostrander Karen Ovltt Michael Ovltt Robert Palmer Gina Paul Jesse Pensoneault Don Percy Jlm Perry Robert Phillips Llsa Pickett Jennifer Pothul Melissa Proctor James Puleri Susan Rhoades Bryan Rueger Glenn Ryan Debra Sadera Michael Salzmann Robert Selger Patrick Sheridan CAbl Kim Shortis Sally Soudant Mlrlam Spencer Deborah Stevens Howard Swanson Frank Twing Alice Watson Jean Wells Judy Wells Theresa Wells Tl Whalen Linda Whltbeck Joe Wllklnson John Wright Linda Wright 28 Laurle Wuorl Steven Zlnk Davld Ziegler Tis IS , Q if 'fi Q' l A-5 D L P I 9- ae' I Un Zhi at' ei Er..- Q 5, 1 'S . 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N .- .Q o- - -. - -N Cindy Armstrong Carol Bachetti Sandra Bassett Sharon Bassett Patti Batacchl Jon Beattie Jessica Beckwith Stephen Brown Tamara Bunce Vallerle Bush William Bushey KA Jeff Bynack Wendy Bynack Teresa Cane Donald Chase JUNIORS CCONT DJ Dawn Clark James Constable KAB7 Mary Curtiss John Daniels Susan Delmolino Lynn Dugan Desiree Eichstedt James Eichstedt KABJ Peter Eichstedt Matthew Eline Kim Emprimo Stephen Ezequelle John Fish Duane Goewey Robert Guidi Wendy Gunn Sandra Hadsell Tammy Hewins John Hotaling Keith lves Kelly Johnston Melissa Joyce Richard Joyner Nanette Kimpel Jackie Kingdon Michele LaPoint Joann Lernmerman Robin Lowry Terri MacNeil John Makuc Patricia McDonald Kevin McLaughlin Aron Michalski Thea Nourse Donna O'Brien Mary O'Connor Susan O'Connor Felecie Ovitt Roxanne Pellegrini U-Xb! Terry Unsderfer Mike Percy Ruth Pino Cindy Race Robin Reynolds Melissa Rustia Robert Ryan Damon Sable Tanya Shanley Richard Sheridan Kyle Shiminski Eric Smith Evelyn Smith Nancy Soudant Krista Stanton Maryann Sullivan Chuck Terry Lisa Tipps George Turner Paul Turner Dwight Van Deusen Michael Wadman Kathryn Wartella Susan Watson Carl Wheeler David Whitbeck 32 Maureen White Q Paula Wilkinson Karl Zigmand 38 vi wi mi IW-fb as nr- if '? KJ? if 1 L T 5'-be 4-'J'-w.,E,"., 'xdl -'aww . f'- R Q' 45? Z 'CY fi SEN IORS A lf N I. -,bl I "Today ls 0ur Last First Day" SEPTEMBER 7, 1979 - Last Thursday a friend of mine walked up to me and said, "Well, today is our last first day here." And ever since then l've been thinking that yesterday was our last second day and today is our last third day. Just think, l'm counting the days already. l never thought that l'd want to graduate from high school because then l'd be out on my own, but now I'm really looking forward to it. Now that most of us have our licences, there is more freedom. - PC NOVEMBER 6 - Being a senior is really an exper- ience. lt's a lot like getting old and dying - a person doesn't really believe it'll happen. Every once in a while l'll have to stop in my tracks and look around just to make sure that it's all really happening. lt's a refreshing feeling to know that there's another be- ginning, another place to start something again, and it's right up ahead. Most of my life l've been in school, and now it's all mine - my life and my decisions. - JB NOVEMBER 8 - The Class of '80 is "The Class with Class." l don't understand how people can, in their junior year, all of a sudden become seniors. I know l wouldn't want to be a part of any other class but that 1 "" 'rv orb I 3.-, by Patience Cary of 1980. I would have felt out of place if l had gradu- ated last year. l've been with most of the people in my class for years. Our class is like a family of 95. l'm proud to belong to "The Class with Class." - MG DECEMBER 21 - ln the Senior Class there are all different types, and I must say that I'm proud to be part of this tunusuall class. Most of the seniors are finally realizing that they are seniors and that they should act like seniors. They actually have grown up. Writing on the bathroom walls, skipping class, smok- ing in the bathrooms, beating up little kids or one another have just kind of faded away from them. They have actually become less rowdie. They will soon feel the end-of-school shakes. Though seniors may be a bit confused now and act a little awkward, they will soon be tomorrow's adults in the big wide world. - PW PICTURE above: Seniors Mark Van Deusen, Sue Goss, Mark DeVoti, Elissa Champigny, John Raimer, June Butera, John Ryan, Lori Ovitt, Miles Loewe, Teri Zamperini, David Sadera, Kathy McDonnell, lan Booton. Patience Cary, Bobby Bourque, Kim Beattie, and Sebastian Esposito take a snowstorm stroll. SENIORS David Annelll Susanne Bachettl Peter Balley Kimberley Beattie Andrew Becker Kevin Blanco Maureen Blume Michael Boardman lan Booton Robert Bourque John Broggl June Butera Christine Carlson Patience Cary Randy Cassidy Elissa Champlgny Bruce Collingwood Jeffrey Collingwood Kelly Consollnl Mary Crlne Nlna Dapretto Norma Dapretto Yvette DeVan Mark DeVotl James Duryea Sebastian Esposito Jean Farnum Amy Flsh Mlchael Fleming Pamela Gauthier David Germain Susan Goss Marjorie Gulotta Colleen Hastedt Leigh Hawkins Kenneth Heath .qv if B S 'Car SY: xp' S gk " li., y ,I 1. it 4. I S+' K, 'kg-.Q , 4 'Qi Y l I 5 xox' .. 4l,'x.,.-' Q w I ' .1-, ,',., Qfb 1 Q-s ' 'K ,X l ' K. -. -jg x x , i we hr- CSENIORSJ Mlchele Hitchcock Susan Hitchcock Gary Johnson Lucinda Kahlstrom Tamie Kelsey Susan Klckery Linda Klmple Gregory Langer William Litchfield Miles Loewe Mark Makuc James Mansfield Kathryn McDonnell Catherine O'Connor John Ormsbee Roland Orth Lorene Ovltt Maurica Paul Andrew Petersen Adam Phllllps Agnes Plzzlcheml Catherine Pond Carolyn Purcell Thomas Real Doreen Reynolds Kim Rice Phlllpe Robbins Theresa Rosler I-ZzE92 5 ,J LQQ X rs 'X 'APY J, X 1 , 1 V' 5 3' mf, '-fb A C? m ' ,O on. X, Margie Gulotta and her famous PJ locker ir? l '. - .1 ,I . I T1 'X ,O ,L X1 , . fi, 1.j.?'hX '., 5 . . s 7 7 af J ' 2 S1 Q UI l' 1 .S '-'a 6 JW. . I S 'r. 'H ly, Y., , ' ,fs 1, ' 1' ff' 'f 'P .Y- -f, -L Z I N fl i x 1 lliy ., 1. ""'. 'P , 1 1 I TOP. Lab work by Greg Langer, Duane Ziegler, and Mark Makuc. ABOVE: Pam Gauthier, tree, and flag. 200 Main St., Canaan, Ct SENIOR INFORMATION MICHAEL ABBOTT, 1-15-62, Gt. Barrington. MA. DAVID ROBERT ANNELLI, 6-5-62, Water- bury, CT. SUSANNE ELAINE BACHETTI, 6-28-62. Gt. Barrington, MA, DrvrEd 3. PETER BAILEY, 3-27-62, Gt. Barrington, MA, Basktbl 24. LEE BARNUM, 4-7-61, Gt. Barrington, MA, Basktbl 12, ClsOf 12, Pres 1, V. Pres Ftbl 12, StuCncl 12. KIMBERLEY COFFRE BEATTIE, 2-8-62. Pittsfield, MA, Basktbl 134. CfCom 4, Xmas Tea 3, DrvrEd 3, FldHkMgr 4, KyClb 34-Sec4, Play 4, Prom 3, Sftbl 12, StuAdSpcEd 4, StuCncl 3, Yrbk 4-ExecEd. ANDREW ROBERT BECKER, 4-8-62, New York, NY, XCntry 14, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 4. KEVIN ROBERT BLANCO, 8-4-62, Rocke- ville Center, NY, JrOrch 1. MAUREEN LOUISE BLUME, 7-20-62, Bos- ton, MA, Xmas Tea 3, DrvrEd 2, StuTu 1. MICHAEL JONATHAN BOARDMAN, 4-24- 62, Gt. Barrington, MA, Bnd 1234, Bsbl 34, Basktbl 2, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 13, Play 4, Prom 3, Yrbk. JACQUELINE RENEE BOIBEAUX, 5-18-63, Gt. Barrington, MA, Bnd 1, Basktbl 1, HnRl 1234, KyClb 1234, Nwsp 2, Sftbl 1, ErlyGrd. IAN BOOTON, 12-13-62, Lansing, Ml, Bsbl 12, DrvrEd 3, Ftbl 1, Hnrl 12. KENT BOOTON, 10-13-60, Manhattan, KS, Ftbl 2, Nwsp 34, Volbl 234, Yrbk 4. ROBERT J. BOURQUE, 1-4-63, Springfield, MA, Bsbl 34, Basktbl 14, DrvrEd 3, Ftbl 1. JOHN DOMENIC BROGGI, 9-26-62, Gt. Bar- rington, MA, DrvrEd 3. JUNE BUTERA, 3-11-62, Brooklyn NY, Xmas Tea 3, DrvrEd 3, FldHk 3, HnRl 1234, KyClb 234, NHS 34, Play 34, Prom 3, StuCurrCom 1234, StuCncl 4, Tres 4, StuTu 1, Yrbk 4. CHRISTINE MARIE CARLSON, 3-14-62, Gt. Barrington, MA, DrvrEd 2, OffAd 3. M. PATIENCE CARY, 10-26-62, Gt. Barring- ton, MA, AthClb 3, AvtnClb 3, Basktbl 1234- Capt, DrvrEd 3, KyClb 3, Prom 3, Yrbk 4. RANDY LYNN CASSIDY, 8-9-62, ELISSA ANNE CHAMPIGNY, 8-21-62, Gt. Barrington, MA, Chrldng 123, Xmas Tea 3, DrvrEd 3, Prom 3, Yrbk 4. BRUCE IRA COLLINGWOOD, 8-20-62, Sharon, CT, BysStRep 3, XCntry 1234-Capt 34, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1234, NHS 34, Wrstlng 1234-Capt 34. JEFFREY FRANK COLLINGWOOD, 8-20- 62, Sharon, CT, BysStRep 3, XCntry 1234- Capt 3, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1234, NHS 34, Wrstlng 1234-CoCapt 3. KELLY SUSAN CONSOLINI, 3-4-62, Gt. Barrington, MA, Bnd 1234-Sec 4, Basktbl 123, DrvrEd 3, FldHk 1234-CoCapt 3, HnRl 1234, Prom 23, Sftbl 1234. MARY ELIZABETH CRINE, 2-4-62, Gt. Bar- rington, MA, DrvrEd 3. NINA MARIE DAPRETTO, 1-10-62, Amity- ville, NY, DrvrEd 2, HnRl 234. NORMA R. DAPRETTO, 1-10-62, Amityville, NY, DrvrEd 2, HnRl 4. YVETTE DEVAN, 8-7-62, DrvrEd 4. BARRINGTON ELECTRICAL BIANCHI'S Men s and Boys' Clothing Ed Davidson, president Women's Apparel 283 Main St Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 528-3051 MARK A. DEVOTI, 3-31-62, Queens, NY, Bnd 234, XCntry 234, DrvrEd 2, Ftbl 1, HnRl 34, LitClb 2, Play 4, Prom 3, StuRepSchCom 2, Wrstlng 34. JAMES R. DURYEA, 2-2-62, Gt. Barrington, MA, ENID EICHSTEDT, 8-24-62, Gt. Barrington, MA, HnRl 1234, Play 4, CntyQTm 24, TVQTm 4. SEBASTIAN ANTHONY ESPOSITO, 10-30- 62, New York, NY, XCntry 1234, CntyQTm 3, HnRl 124, KyClb 1234, Play 234, Prom 3, StuCurrCom 1234, StuCncl 234, StuAdvCom 4, StuRepSchCom 1, Yrbk 4-Editor-in-Chief. JEAN M. FARNUM, 6-2-62, Gt. Barrington, MA, HnRl 12. AMY VILETTE FISH, 3-5-62, Gt. Barrington, MA, Basktbl 1234-mgr 234, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1234, Prom 3, Sftbllvlgr 1234, StuAd 4, Yrbk 4. MICHAEL FLEMING, 11-15-62, Gt. Barring- ton, MA, Bsbl 4, DrvrEd 3, StuAd 4. PAMELA JEAN GAUTHIER, 6-19-62 New London, NH, Bnd 1234, BsblMgr 2, Chrldng 23PCapt 3, Xmas tea 3, DrvrEd 3, FldHk 1234- Capt 4, HnRl 34, KyClb 1, Prom 3, StuCncl 12, Wrstlng Mgr 4, Yrbk 4. DAVID MICHAEL GERMAIN, 4-4-62, Gt. Barrington, MA, XCntry 14, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 4, Prom 3. SUSAN JOANNE GOSS, 12-27-62, Arcadia, CA, Xmas Tea 3, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 234, Prom 3, WrstlngMgr 1234, Yrbk 4. MARJORIE ANN GULOTTA, 3-6-62, Gt. Barrington, MA, Bnd 1234-Sec 1, Pres 4, Basktbl 12, ClsOf -Sec 1, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1234, KyClb 1, NHS 34, Play 4, Prom 3. COLLEEN MARIE HASTEDT, 11-23-62, Gt, Barrington, MA, Xmas Tea 3, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 34, Prom 3, Wretlng-Mgr 1. LEIGH R. HAWKINS, 9-12-61, Montreal, Quebec, DrvrEd 2. KENNETH ROBERT HEATH, 8-19-62, Pitts- field, MA, XmasTea 3, DrvrEd 3, Ftbl 2, Play 3, Wrstlng 1234. MICHELE VIRGINIA HITCHCOCK, 11-8- 62, Gt. Barrington, MA, XmasTea 3, DrvrEd 3, FtblMgr 3, GrlsStRep 3, Prom 3, Yrbk 4. SUSAN DORICE HITCHCOCK, 7-18-62, Gt. Barrington, MA, DrvrEd 3. GARY A. JOHNSON, 11-28-62, Sharon, CT, DrvrEd 3, StuAd 4. LUCINDA F. KAHLSTROM, 6-19-62, Hud- son, NY, Bnd 12, BasktblMgr 34, XmasTea 3, DrvrEd 3, Prom 3, WrstlngMgr 2. TAMIE KELSEY, 5-1-62, Sharon, CT, Chrldng 123-CoCapt 2, XmasTea 3, DrvrEd 2, HnRl 1234, LtMg 3, Prom 3, Yrbk 4. SUSAN NANCY KICKERY, 3-9-62, Gt. Bar- rington, MA, Bnd 123, Basktbl 123, XmasTea 3, DrvrEd 3, KyClb 23, Prom 3, Sftbl 123. LINDA KIMPEL, 8-27-62, Floral Park, NY, XmasTea 3, ClsOf 34-Tres, DncClb 2, DrmClb 4, HnRl 124, LtClb 4, Play 4, Prom 3, Yrbk 4. GREGORY MARK LANGER, 9-28-62, Na- tick, MA, Bnd 1, BysStRep 3, XCntry 1234- Capt 34, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1234, KyClb 1234- Tres 2, Pres 4, Play 4, StuCncl 1234-Sec 3, VPres 4, StuRepSchCom 4, Wrstlng 1234-Capt 34, Yrbk 4. Congratulations to the CONTRACTOR Southern Berkshire Cross-Country Champions ALPHA-BETA SIGN AND ENGRAVING CO. WILLIAM ROBERT LITCHFIELD, 7-3-62 Gt. Barrington, MA, Bsbl 1234, DrvrEd 3. MILES DAVID LOEWE, 8-30-62, Queens, NY, DrvrEd 3, KyClb 34, Play 4, Prom 3 SkiClb 1234, WrGmClb 3, Wrstlng 2, Yrbk 4. MARK JOSEPH MAKUC, 2-2-62, Pittsfield, MA, Bnd 1234- ClsRep 3, BysStRep 3, ClsOf 12-Tres, 3-VPres, DrvrEd 2, HnRl 1234, KyClb 34-Tres 4, NHS 234-Pres 4, PresClsrm 4, Prom 3, SAR 4, StuGovRepAlt 4, WrGmClb 234, Yrbk 4, CntyQTm 234-Capt 234, TVQTm 234- Capt 4, CurEvntsTm 34. JAMES FRANCIS MANSFIELD, 6-8-62, Bronx, NY, DrvrEd 3, StuAd 4. KATHRYN DIANE MCDONNELL, 11-7-61, Pittsfield, MA, Basktbl 12, KyClb 2, Nwsp 34, Sftbl 12. ROGER NEWTON, 2-26-62, Gt. Barring.on, MA, DrvrEd 3. CATHERINE ANN O'CONNOR, 1-4-62, Gt. Barrington, MA, Basktbl 1234, XmasTea 3, ClsOf 234-Sec, DAR 4, DrvrEd 2, GrlsStRep 4, HnRl 1234, LtMag 2, NHS 234-Tres 4, PresClsrmAlt 4, Prom 3, Sftbl 1234, Yrbk 4. JOHN ORMSBEE, 4-30-62, Pittsfield, MA, Bsbl 123. ROLAND ERISH ORTH, 3-16-62, Sharon, CT. LORENE LYN OVITT, 12-5-62, Gt. Barring- ton, MA, Bnd 123, DrvrEd 3, FldHk 34, HnRl 24, Prom 3, SftblMgr 3, Yrbk 4, CfCom 4, Play 4. MAURICA LYNN PAUL, 1-5-62, Gt. Barring- ton, MA, DrvrEd 2, HnRl 12. ANDREW GORDON PETERSEN, 3-5-62, Gt. Barrington, MA. ADAM PHILLIPS, 4-4-62, Gt. Barrington, MA, Basktbl 23, DrvrEd 3, Ftbl 13, StuAd 4. AGNES PIZZICHEMI, 7-25-62, Gt. Barring- ton, MA, Bnd 1234-Rep 34, Basktbl 1234, XmasTea 3, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 34, KyClb 234- VPres 3, Play 4, Prom 3, Sftbl 1234, StuAd- SpecEd 4, StuCncl 1234-AssSec 3, Pres 4, Stu- GovRep 4, Yrbk 4, CfCom 4. CATHERINE LYNN POND, 12-28-62, Shar- on, CT, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1234, StuAdSpecEd 23. CAROLYN A. PURCELL, 11-23-61, Rutland, VT, DrvrEd 2, HnRl 1234, LtClb 3, AvtnCIb 3. JOHN P. RAIMER, 5-11-62, Peterbourough, England, Bnd 123, HnRl 12, Nwsp 123, Play 1, StuCurrCom 12, Yrbk 1, StuAdvCom 12. THOMAS REAL, 12-18-62, Pittsfield, MA, Basktbl 234, Xcntry 124, DrvrEd 3. HnRl 1234, StuAd 34, Yrbk 4, AvtnClb 3, AthClb 3, lVlsftsClb 3. P DOREEN MARIE REYNOLDS, 11-29-62, Gt. Barrington, MA, CurEvntsTm 34, DrmClb 4, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1234, LtMag 2, NHS 234- VPres 4, Play 234, Yrbk 4, CntyQTm 234, TVQTm 34. KIM RICE, 1-31-62, Gt. Barrington, MA, DrvrEd 3. PHILIPE DAVID ROBBINS, 3-14-62, ltaly, Bologna, Europe, Driver's Ed 2, Football 23, StuAd 4, Yrbk 4. THERESA LYNN ROSIER, 9-20-62, Pittis- field, MA, KEVIN MATTHEW RUEGER, 4-16-62, Gt. r v 33 State Road Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 GEORGE'S AUDIO CENTER Barrington, MA, Band 1234, Bsbl 1234, Xmas Tea 3, Xcntry 3, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1234, NHS 3, Wrstlng 1234-CoCapt 3. JOHN TIMOTHY RYAN, 10-10-62, Pitts- field, MA, Bsbl 3, Xmas Tea 3, Drvr Ed 3, Ky Clb 1, Prom 3-Chrmn, StuCncl 4-Sec, Yrbk 4, CntyQTm 2, CurEvntsTm 34. SHAWN SCOTT RYDER, 11-11-62, Gt. Bar- rington, MA, Band 1234, XCntry 23, Drvr Ed 3, HnRl 123, Yrbk 34. DAVID JUDE SADERA, 7-31-62, Buffalo, NY, Bsbl 2, Xmas Tea 3, ClsOf 1234-Pres, Drvr Ed 3, Ftbl 123, HnRl 1, KyClb 234, Prom 3, Wrstlng 3, Yrbk 4-ExeEd. JULIE SALI, 9-30-62 CHARLES L. SANTOES, 10-18-61, Pensaco- la, FL, Bsbl 4, Wrstlng 4. LAURIE LANDAN SHANLEY, 10-17-62, Sharon, CT, Drvr Ed 3. ELLYN LOUISE SMITH, 4-2-62, Gt. Barring- ton, MA. Drvr Ed 3, FldHk 3, HnRl 3, Prom 3, Sftbl 23. NANCY ELLEN SMITH, 11-3-62, Tarrytown, NY, GEORGE STALKER, 9-19-62, Hudson, NY, StuAide 3. THOMAS RAYMOND TENBROECK, 9-6- 62, Gt. Barrington, MA, Bnd 1, XCntry 3, Drvr Ed 3, HnRl 3. MYRNA L. THOMPSON, 11-23-62, Spring- field, MA, Drvr Ed 3, HnRl 1. ELIZABETH MARY THORN, 10-9-62, Gt. Barrington, MA, Drvr Ed 3, FldHk 234, HnRl 24, AvtnCb 3, XCntrySkng 34. TIMOTHY J. VAGEN, 11-14-61, New Bruns- wick, NJ, Bnd 1, Bsbl 4, Basktbl 4, Drvr Ed 3, HnRl 12, Prom 3, Tnns 123, Sccr 123. MARK A. VANDEUSEN, 1-1-63, Gt. Barring- ton, MA, Drvr Ed 3, KyClb 13, Prom 3, Wrstlng 123, FFA 4. CHERYL LYNN WALTI-IER, 8-3-62, Amity- ville, NY, Drvr Ed 3, KyClb 34, Prom 3, Sftbl 1234, Yrbk 4PhtgEd, EhngCb 34. FRANCES ELIZABETH WEINREB, 5-24-62, Bronx, NY, Drvr Ed 3, LtMg 4, Prom 3, Yrbk 4, Dnc 234. ANNETTE SUE WELLS, 1-25-62, Norfork VA, Chrldng 123, XmasTea 3, Drvr Ed 3, Prom 3. JULIE CLAIRE WILCOX, 4-30-79, Middle- town, CT, HlthAd 234. LISA ANN WILKINSON, 9-14-62, Gt. Bar- rington, MA, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1234, NHS 234, Prom 3. PATRICIA WRIGHT, 5-2-63, Elizabeth Town, NC, Bnd 34, Basktbl 14, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1, KyClb 12, Play 4, Yrbk 4, BasktblMgr 2, MsftsClb 2, ErlyGrd. CHARLES M. WYMAN, 8-12-62, Ashland, OR, Bsbl 234, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 3, Prom 3, TERESA LORRAINE ZAMPERINI, 10-9-62, Gt. Barrington, MA, DrvrEd 3, BasktblMgr 3 FldHk 34-Capt, HnRl 123, Prom 3, Sftbl 3. DIANE BETH ZIEGLER, 2-27-62, Sheffield MA, Basktbl 123, XmasTea 3, Prom 3, StuCncl 1. KATHLEEN A. ZINK, 11-5-62, Pittsfield, MA, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1234, Sftbl 1. v Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1980 HARPER'S REXALL PHARMACY Should you say, "Let's go out and take a pic- ture," all lsomei fa fewl seniors will do it. We Cover All Southern Berkshire Twice Weekly -I-. 'UA est Wishes to the Class of 1950 from OLD EGREMONT STORE Great Barrington, MA 01230 311 Main St. 528-0201 RIEDS CLEANERS 218 Main St, Gt. Barrington, MA WESTENHOOK GALLERY Sheffield. MA 01357 ADMINISTRATION Are Administrators Necessary? . Q76 Qi i as -4 'fr f 'als' vt sal,-35-ix X .F Mr. Thomas A. Consolati Mr. George J. I-lelmrich Mr. Raymond F. Chamberland, Jr. Superintendent District Business Manager Principal! Asst. Supervising Principal Grades 5-12 In the view of many students, administrators are people with easy jobs, it seems that all they have to do is sit in their offices, read mail that comes in, make telephone calls to who- knows-who, and now and then stroll around the corridors and yell at students who are trying to liven things up. This, however, is a very uninformed and narrow view. The administrators are responsible for the framework and oper- ation of our entire school. Theirs is a world of thousands of details that must be considered and decided upon in light of policies the school committee has set down and laws of our state and country. They are responsible for the hiring of faculty, the direction of the entire curriculum, the evaluation of all school programs and services, the establishment of school policies for faculty, students, and personnel, the ma- nipulation of schedules of all kinds - buses, classes, faculty assignments, rooms, clean-up, maintenance, meetings, sports, and student activities, and many others - so that things "mesh" and run smoothly. Pressures mount for ad- ministrators because so many things can possibly demand immediate attention all at once - and frequently do. In between anticipated tasks which must be taken care of are numerous unanticipated problems - such as accidents and disciplinary problems which individual teachers cannot alone handle. Also, administrators are burdened by the need to look ahead, anticipate needs, and work out ways of provid- ing for the community, the faculty, and the students the best possible school and services that can be managed. Our administrators are very hard-working, competent people, and this is a fact. One administrator, for example, regularly gets up at 4:00 A. M. to plan his day's routine and work through pressing tasks before going to school, it is the one time in his day that he is not interrupted by someone needing something. Considering the burden they carry, it is surprising and remarkable that our administrators remain as buoyant and cheerful as they are. By Sebastian Esposito MD ldWP tl d t d PISf MR IdG l S d G 1979 80 School Committee Mr William F Barrett III Mr Wnllnam Bradford Mr Joseph R Burkholder Mr. Gerard Chapman Mr. Harry E. Conklin Mrs. Susan M. Kormanik Mr. James R. Miller Dr. Bruce I-I. Person, Chairman Mr. Roger P. Salzmann Mrs. Frances M. Turner FACULTY The Day After . . . By K. McDonnell The day after a substi- tute. Back to work. You've fallen behind, but you are now ready to start again. Raise your pen, draw the paper. Move the index and middle finger around. Try to keep it up, but also do it well. Although yesterday they've had a rest, you must bring them back to life. Ready begin, write, write, write. - KMcD FACULTY - 1979-80 Dale L. Alden, AA, BA, MEd, learning disabilities. Leo Alvares, BSEd, 5th-6th AIRS, Quiz Team coach. William C. Bernstein, BA, MA, social studies .B Pamela B. Brehm, BA, MS, home ecfart Iona C. Brigham, BS, guidance. Marcia E. Brolll, BA, English, advisor - theatre field trips. Gary Burkle, BA, special education. Jody B. Burkle, BA, special education. Jo-Ann F. Callaghan, BA, Englishfsocial studies. J. Scott Cary, BA, English, head coach girls' bsktbl, senior advisor Gall G. Cerruto, BS, 6th grade social studiesfscience. Sandra Jeanne Christman, aide. Guy J. Costello, BS, MSEd, business, V-Pres SBRTA, graduation advisor Edgar L. Davis, BA, MEd, English dept chrmn, advisor NHS and yearbook Jean K. DelSignor, BS, business. Donna M. Drew,BFA, art K-6. Robert D. Duchardt, BS, MS, science, athletic trainer. Robert L. Dunham, BS, math. Mary K. Edwards, BSEd, MSEd, English 7-8, cheerleading advisor. J. Wayne Ellne, BS, MS, science dept. chrmn, sophomore advisor. Mark Farrington, BA, artist-in-residence. Natalie Funk, instructional aide. Robert M. Gauthier, AB, social studies, head baseball coach, StuCncl. William A. Gillooly, BA, social studies, cross-country coach. David B. Hastings, BA, math. Jo-Ellen Height, BA, MA, speech therapy. James C. Herlihy, BA, MA, CAGS, social studies dept. chrmn. Dora Jean Hinsch, BS, 5th grade. David F. Irvine, BS, science, backpacking club advisor. Patricia A. Jaouen, BA, English 7-8. Madeleine E. Jones, BA, home economics. ' Joseph L. Kelley, BA, MEd, science, SBEA magazine drive advisor. Anne M. Kennedy, BA, 5th grade. Martha A. Kerber, BA, art, junior class advisor. Edward H. Kollmer, BS, MS, German, wargaming club moderator. Robert M. Krol, BA, MA, guidance supervisor, head softball coach. Richard A. Kuzia, BS, MEd, 5th-6th grades. Allen Lampman, BS, music 1-6. Donald J. Lucy, BBA, math, sophomore advisor. Paul A. Menln, BA, social studies, wrestling coach, driver ed. George Milukas, BA, instructional aide. Paul W. O'Brien, BS, science. John C. Peron, BA, foreign languages dept chrmn. Emilie S. Piper, BA, MA, MLS, librarian. Marc Porrovecchlo, BA, art. Alfred R. Proiette, BS, MS, physical education, JV baseball coach. Mark E. Rasklnd, BS, MEd, math dept chrmn, Answers Please advisor Deborah Rice, BS, MS, physical education, field hockey coach. C. Wayne Seavey, BS, phys ed dept chrmn, athletic director. Laurie E. Seltz, BS, special education, Welles H. Sellew, Jr., building structures. Maureen Seward, AA, aide. Steve R. Shifnadel, BA, MA, Sth grade AIRS, 5th-6th basketball. Steven A. Small, BA, MA, AIRS monitor, co-editor creative wrtg mag. Janlce L. Stortl, BSEd, MA, English. Virginia L. Vachon, BA, MSSS, school adjustment counselor. Myron M. Wartella, BS, MM, music, director of bands. Mary Allce Welch, BA, MEd, foreign lang, junior class advisor. Alan Zablonski, BS, industrial arts. Thomas Zarvls, AA, dance. S .'4MYJ 3 T11 'C 'QQ 18:5 s N.- Q, -9 Q- xi' E '1- f . X., r-- ZX as-l QQ- 41- L N tr ...ann Q' 'Q lr, 7 lt ng? N 'Y ur X QS' 32 4 36 Pfx I i 1. 4 Mr. Alvares Mr. Bernstein Mrs. Brehm Mrs. Brigham Mrs. Brolll Mrs. Burkle Mr. Cary Mrs. Cerruto Mrs. Chrlstman Mr. Costello Mr. Davis Miss DelSlgnor Mr. Duchardt Mr. Dunham Mrs. Edwards Mr. Ellne Mr. Farrington Mrs. Funk Mr. Gauthier Mr. Glllooly Mr. Hastings Mr. Herllhy Miss Hlnsch Mr. Irvine Mrs. Jaouen Mrs. Jones Mr. Kelley Mrs. Kennedy Mrs. Kerber Mr. Kdllmer Mr. Krol Mr. Kuzla Mr. Lucy Mr. Menln Mr. Mllulcas Mr. O'Brlen Mr. Peron Mrs. Piper Mr. Porrovecchlo Mr. Prolette Mr. Raskind Miss Rice Mr. Seavey Ms. Seitz Mr. Sellew Mrs. Seward Mr. Shlfnadel Mr. Small Mrs. Stortl Mrs. Vachon Mr. Wartella Mrs. Welch Mr. Zablonskl Mr. Zarvls EI ' '21' 1 v - 44- l L1 PERSONNEL Personnel . . . ? by Dave Sadera 'Q r 48 sew., "Personnel" refers to a group of people who are constantly performing all kinds of tasks for us, the student body - feeding us, making alterations in the school buildings, preparing du- plicated materials, typing, keeping our records, keeping up with custodial needs, and providing medical aid when needed. It is easy to see how impor- tant they are. MN- ,Q 4. . H 4.-1 TK is r J '.... ,.. Q v . 'Y 4 1 Y X - ' 1 4 i fs jp PICTURES - this page, below: Kitchen staff: Mrs. Gleason, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Petersen, Mrs. O'Shaughnessy, Mrs. Bock, Mrs. Percy, Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. Reeves, Mrs. Curtiss - super- visor, bottom, left: Mr. Dow measuring for the new trophy showcase, right: the duplication room with Mrs. Wartella, stacked pictures, right: Mrs. Boardman, Mrs. Ullrich, Mrs. Peder- sen. i-'L . NA ,i 5 gr- H I P l Q , 'E 'l 0 ...S W-10X 3125? A 'Q .Ss . . , . ' Q xi ' Q V if I M- L ' A. V ' dy!-f J. Q-y'-----f -.- - ,,V.-5,-..- I '.1l",...,k - ,- , ' 0 2 .,. r,. I I 1, fi' llbgs' ,fx dr-'P q1iJ5tSQuAlr:.' ,' Q .. --' 'I' - -' .? . U ' .2"'r:i35qv.-',- . f 1 ff ' dw' .Q ,'1','f 'ff.1'v 'X .1-'-'fx 4 I- -gf .V .. '. .X "' fA"'! f.,.n:"s?4fr-d!,'R'y -1-QQRQRPS t 1-.n 5 , - ' ' - - .T Q -,. .-1.4. 'X' . ,WHA . . ' '1 -' 1-A PICTURES - this page, first row: Mrs. Koneazny, Mrs. Arztg second row: Mrs. Ro- kos, Mrs. Novak1 third row: Mrs. Bouthxlette, Mrs. Streeter, Nurse Wils cox, Nurse Wrightg upper right: Mr. Pekrul lowering the flag. If 1 X. 49 .4 "T - 1? -41" X 'Q -1 "rr"""K.,.-I . U t E 1 50 sf,- i I ,, Q I CURRICULUM Preparation . . by Mark Makuc Mt. Everett has developed a curriculum that is highly preparatory for either careers or college. Curriculum can be shaped to fit any goals, specific or general. To become a carpenter, one can take building structures. There is also the collaborative which gives students the chance to learn about other careers, such as health care that would not be otherwise readily available. For the student planning to attend college, there are many possible classes, including Advanced Placement courses,which give the student college credit if an exam is passed. This year, for the first time, students have been allowed to register for courses in an "arena," which means the students must make their own person- al schedules with help from the guidance office. In this way, one can prepare for almost any career or college. PICTURES this page: English II with Michael Salzmann, Robert Seiger, Denise Durkin, Rosanne Iverson. English IV - vocabulary review. Spanish II with Mr. Peron Mr. Eline's Bio-Chem II class. PICTURES opposite page: Mr. Porrovecchio and Greg Langer at the arena scheduling. Ceramics with James Puleri. French with Jackie Lanoue, Janice Ovitt, Mrs. Welch, Sally Sou- dant. U.S. History with Mr. Bernstein and John Hotaling. Arena scheduling in the music room. Sep. 27 - I have never felt this nervous in my whole life. I feel as if my insides are turning and turning. I know I'm going to fail this test. I studied so hard and I know the words, but when I sit down and start doing the test my mind is going to raise a complete blank. I'm going to forget everything that I learned. That will definitely be dire! tNot to mention deleteriousll - K.C. SEGALLA'S LAWN MOWER SHOP Canaan, Ct. Ariens - Toro - McCulloch Chain Saws Sales - Service Telephone 824-7276 rfb -5. , ""' ,f YY- , s1.:!.-,-- Q X xl NK ,,,,n- , gal., . -1' l'f1'f, 3-Y tb - , .if 4 4 Ninn nl-I , . I' T .L 1, '51 4 'uf if is I -aug ll BERKSHIRE SPRINGS, INC. Absolute Pure Spring Water Southheld, MA 01259 51 7 .ru-yr , ..-,-, Y ,Q '::.--2 Q' Dal ,Z k ' 3 MN 'fn IF" lr- I l l 1 ' t. i 1 P .. ,,, Q ., 4 l 'lil 5 QQ Great Barrington, MA 01230 LEONARIYS CLEANERS CURRICULUM fCON'I"Dl PICTURES - opposite page, far left: Chuck Wyman and build- ing structures. Yvette DeVan, Suzanne Bachetti in home economics. At left: Building Structures - morning class: Bill Bushey, Charles Muller, David Driscoll, Mr. Sellew, Roger Newton, Tom Cane, fMonument Mountain studentl, David Annelli, Edmund Ormsbee, Richard Crine, Joe Wilkinson, Mr. Rogers, Absent: Jessie Pensen- ault. Building Structures - afternoon class: Mr. Rogers, Peter Eichstedt, Charles Terry, Frank Twing, Robert Phillips, Mr. Sellew, George Turner, John Fish, Chuck Wyman. Absent: Kevin Blanco and Rob- ert Palmer. Jimmy Sali in shop class. Felecie Ovitt and Nancy Soudant in the library. PICTURES - this page: Lori Ovitt in the library. Krista Stanton and Melissa Joyce in Applied Physics. Colleen Hastedt and Patience Cary in Mr. Kelley's Senior Science Biology. Oct. 5 - All that I can hear is the noise of people talking. Happy, at serious, or excited voices are directed at their neighbors. Then, without anything being said, all the people in the room start writing on the yellow paper that they had already picked up when they entered their English class. - P.C. Oct. 24- I hate being absent. Yesterday, I couIdn't come to school because I was sick. Today, I came back and found that everyone was light-years ahead of me, especially in Calculus. It was as if I had skipped a grade in the middle of the year. I'rn beginning to think that it's a conspiracy against me. On the days I'm absent, all the teachers give the other students all the important formulas and information, so that when I come back, I am so confused that I get behind in my work. I am so far behind that I can't make it all up, and so I get bad grades. I don't know what to do about lt. - D.R. PEGGY RANOLDE Real Estate 26 Railroad Street MA 01230 109 Stockbridge Rd., Gt. Barrington. Clayton Rd., Ashley Falls, MA 01222 f413l 299-7980 f413l 528-0378 vl- ' - -sq p- 4. 1- - 'ml-- 2 ,X 'i.r. 11s WUORl'S GARAGE General Auto Repair Electric and Gas Welding Major Muffler Dealer Bill Wuori, Owner County Road, Sheffield. MA MT. EVERETT LUMBER. INC. Lumber air' lvuzlf -1 lit Cement - Paints Fxxov Sheffield, MA 01 sf- 1 ACTIVITIES Band Pride by Patricia Wright Nov. 16 - Yesterday in band as I was sitting listening to the band play, I felt very proud of them. I play the bells and sit way up in the backg my music is not very hard, and most of it is a series of rests. So I have a chance to appreciate how good they are. Occasionally Mr. Wartella asks the trumpets if they think he's a magician casting spells up in front. Not everyone plays excellent all the time, but a majority of the time you can tell the long hours of practice and dedication the band has put into its work. . - 0 -fr' r C . i I -9 - . 4 tilt . - . I . I t fs It 4 A if . - ,,. ,. t--. - . 's I ' U PICTURES - opposite page: last row: Anne Decker. Marianne Lock- wood, Cathy Hall. June Hotaling. Agnes Pizzichemi. Joanne Lemmerman. Kelly Consolini. Paul Turner. Brenda Raimer. Debra Sadera. Robin Bern- stein. Mike Lehmbeck. William Schnurr. Robin Twingg fourth row: Sabrina Chapin, Melissa Joyce. Pamela McDonald. Cathy Bassett. Denise Sadera, Terri Wells. Hannah Pedersen. Katherine Welch, Chris Saclera. Elizabeth Doyle. Ginger Johnson, Sandy Delmolino. Willa DeVoitig third row: Jane Wells. Tasha Viall. Sherri Burkholder. Lynn Dugan. Marie lmpoco. Mary- Ellen Welch. Cindy Armstrong. Kathryn Wartella. Karen Kradel. Laurie Wuori. Kevin Ruegerg second row: James Makuc. Bryan Rueger, Eric Perry. David Consolini. Stephanie Wolkenstein, Robert Sluka. Evan Lem- merman, Kurt Callahan. John Lehmbeck. Stephen Brown. Mark Makuc. Shawn Ryder: front row: Mark Consolini. Susan LeGeyt. Sally Soudant. Patty Wright. Steven Jones. Kyle Shiminski, Myron Wartella. Mike Percy. Richard MacDowell. David A. Smith. Maggie Rummel. John Makucg ban- ner: Kim Emprimo. Pam Gauthierg absent: Mike Boardman. Margie Gu- lotta. Judy Wells. Chris Cartinelli. Danielle Cote. Lisa Gulotta. Melissa Kilmer. lzette Swan. Kathy Hall. 1 J I 3 4 T s. CUSTOM EXTRUSION, INC. Sheffield, MA 01257 229-8748 A f- a-.4-3 au W We-A pS,!.x' J. 3" Q W if . - ' u t"2 8 l.f . S' V' .ar ,v..y,,,, - K., 1980 AURIGAN STAFF Mark Makuc - curriculum editor Lori Ovitt - faculty editor Cathy O'Connor - senior section Amy Fish - activities editor Tom Real - business manager Doug Bosworth Kim Beattie - executive editor Tamle Kelsey Greg Langer Elissa Champigny - coordinator Patience Cary Susan Goss - sports editor Cheryl Walther - photography editor Pam Gauthier - coordinator June Butera - layout editor Michele Hitchcock - index editor David Sadera - executive editor Doreen Reynolds - underclassmen editor Sebastian Esposito - edltor-ln- chief Absent trom picture: Agnes Plzzlcheml -- features editor Patti Wright John Ryan Shawn Ryder - photographer Miles Loewe - photographer Phil Robbins - photographer Mr. Davis - advisor Mr. Lendry - American Yearbook representative PE'l'E'S SALES AND SERVICES Peter J. Batacchi, Proprietor South Main Street Sheffield, MA 01257 413-229-8503 51-5 r, X I K' iff? ,,,....g- ACTIVITIES QCONT'DJ PICTURES - opposite page, first picture -- STUDENT COUNCIL: Mr. Gauthier, Agnes Pizzichemi, Sebastian Esposito, June Butera, Greg Langer, John Ryan, Joanne Lemmerman, Kyle Shiminski, Kevin McLaugh- lin, Mike Salzmann, James Gauthier, Pam Christman, Donald Bourque, Lynn Warner, Jackie Lanoue, Cheryl LaPoint, Janice Ovitt, absent: Cindy Race, Matthew Eline. Second picture - NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Kevin Rueger, Mark Makuc, Jeff Collingwood, Cathy O'Connor, Bruce Collingwood, Mar- gie Gulotta, Lisa Wilkinson, Kelly Johnston, June Butera, Doreen Reynolds. Third picture - SCHOOL COMMITTEE REPRESENTATIVES: John Makuc, Greg Langer, Karen Kradel, Patti McDonald, Cindy Armstrong. Fourth picture - CURRICULUM COMMITTEE: Sebastian Esposito, June Butera, Joanne Lemmerman, Myron Wartella, Pam Christman, Jim Makuc, Cindy Stringham, Peggy O'Connor, Sherri Burkholder: absent: Kyle Shiminski. Fifth picture - KEY CLUB: seated- Jackie Boibeaux, Krista Stanton, Kim Beattie, Cheryl Walther, Susan Kickery, Agnes Pizzichemi, standing- Greg Langer, Miles Loewe, Dave Sadera, Steve Brown, Jon Beattie, Matt Eline, Rusty Case, Pam Christman, Cindy Armstrong. Sixth picture - QUIZ TEAM: Mark Makuc, Doreen Reynolds, Jim Makuc, Enid Eichstedt, John Makuc. Seventh picture - DRAMA CLUB: Jessica Beckwith, Sally Soudant, Linda Kimpel, Margie Gulotta, Kathy Pond, Star Davis, Doreen Reynolds, Enid Eichstedt. PICTURES - this page, first picture - CAFETERIA COMMITTEE: sitting- Lorrie Ovitt, Agnes Pizzichemi, Kim Beattie: kneeling- Marie Im- poco, Tina Handlowich, Sandy Ovitt, Maggie Rummel, Andy Bassett, Rob- ert Gingras, Steven Jones, standing- Willa DeVoti, Lila Michalski, lzette Swan, Charlene Brazie, Stephanie Wolkenstein, Ennis Blount, Sherri Burk- holder, John Lehmbeck, Mark Eichstedt. Second picture - WAR GAME CLUB: Damon Sable, Mark Makuc, Mr. Kollmer, Mr. Milukas, Todd Clark, Jim Makuc, absent: Mike Blume. Third picture - BACKPACKING CLUB: standing- Miss Rice, Jon Beattie, Steve Brown, Kim Beattie, Jeff Bynackg kneeling- David Hodge, Patience Cary, Sebastian Esposito, Cheryl Walther, Agnes Pizzichemi, Carl Wheeler: absent: Mr. Irvine. Fourth picture -- LITERARY MAGAZINE: Kathy Pond, Kathy McDon- nell, Tamie Kelsey, Mr. Farrington, Fran Weinreb, Lisa Wilkinson, Alice Watson. hw- S ii..-..-- ,- T ak-Q. t lti ai. it A if T .-M Q. ENV' - 1 I-.2 4 '- 'v - .4 , Shan , - 'nhl -n W K . , i1 -- - 'M T s ':: . ' -4 fa ,Q-if L. ka : pgcif' - . 1 Y - : l ua 1 'Q ' 1 Z gil 'f-' ii ' - " ' 1'-:Q f fs sz f o . 1 'I It -Ls A . Y. - yu-4. ' 1 ,.. 0 .vp-o CAST IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE Stage Manager Dr. Gibbs ..... Joe Crowell , . . Howie Newsome ..... Mrs. Gibbs ........., Mrs. Webb .... George Gibbs . Rebecca Gibbs Wally Webb . . . Emily Webb . . . Professor Willard .... . . . . , Joanne O'Connell . . . . Dale Warner . . . . Michael MacDonald bv . . . . Alan Becker , . . Bonnie Kuntz Doreen Reynolds . . Brian Claydon . . . , June Butera Ted Batacchi Teresa Gulotta Michael Wadman Si Crowell .4... Baseball Players Sam Craig ..... Joe Stoddard . . PICTURES: opposite page: top: Joanne O'Connellg Brian Claydon, Ar- thur Hebert, and Teresa Gulottag Katie Dougherty, Sylvia Eggenberger, Mike Wadman, Celie Anson, and Bonnie Kuntzg bottom: Brian Claydon and Teresa Gulottag PICTURESQ this page: top: Bonnie Kuntz and Doreen Sebastian Esposito Mr. Webb ............. Arthur Hebert Woman in the Balcony ......... Sylvia Man In the Auditorium . . . Doug Blume Lady In the Box .......... Celie Anson Simon Stimson ...... Michael Wadman Mrs. Soames ........ Katie Dougherty Constable Warren ....... Doug Blume First Dead Woman . . . . . . Celie Anson Second Dead Woman ........... Sylvia Eggenberger Assistant Stage Managers .... Maryann Sullivan Maiya Greaves Don Smith Townspeople . . ....4.... Julia Eline Joan VanDeusen Celie Anson Sylvia Eggenberger Livia Esposito Eggenberger Michael MacDonald ...... Doug Blume Michael MacDonald Michael MacDonald ...... Doug Blume Reynoldsg Burial Scene: Choir practiceg bottom: Sylvia Eggenberger and Katie Doughertyg Brian Claydon and Bonnie Kuntzg Mike MacDonald and Doug Blumeg Alan Beckerg Teresa Gulotta. AGWAY "Serving the farming community since 1912" 30 Maple Ave., Gt. Barrington JOE WILKINSON, EXCAVATING Backhoe 8: Bulldozer - Trucking Snowmobile gl Chain Saw Service Boardman Street 413-229-7711 WALLY'S TRUCKING COUNTRY LOG HOMES. INC. Route 7 Sht-flieltl, MA 01257 PO. Box 158 Ashley Falls, MA 01222 l413l 2293305 Jean Guy Gingras Vicevpresident 59 1 X N 'ff IM 9 's v-1' l Wx Et: Prom by Agnes Pizzichemi PICTURES - opposite page, top: Lisa Wilkinson, Teri Zamperini, and Mr. Krol preparing the ball room, middle left: Mike MacDonald, middle right: Mr. Bringham, Mrs. Brigham, Mr. Chamberland, Mrs. Chamberland, and Bill Gibbs, bottom left: Frank Reeves, his date, and Joan Van Deusen, bot- tom mlddle: Teresa Gulotta and Sebastian Esposito, bottom right: Rick Boardman. PICTURES - this page, top: Ken Heath, Dave Sadera, John Ryan, and Mr. 'SM , Cascone, prom set-up workers: Sebastian Esposito, Teri Zamperini, Annette Wells, Lisa Wilkinson, Mr. Krol, John Ryan, Cindy Kahlstrom, Dave Sadera, Pam Gauthier, Fran Weinreb. below: Prom Court, seated: King Doug Blume, Queen Teresa Gulotta, standing: Frank Reeves, Rick Boardman, Art Hebert, Gretchen Langer, Mark Shanley, Katie Dougherty, Dawn Wilson, and Tracy Chase, Bob Bourque and Kim Emprimo. bottom: Doug Blume, Krista Stanton and crowd, Brian Claydon and Joan VanDeusen. FY ' 4' 2, , 'l "Mfr 5... 5 , ' LII - U' il" ' ku HANS' RESTAURANT CQMIDLIMENTS QF 'l'Hli KANOLDE BUILDER l"AH5HAW AND COMPANY lnternational and American Cuisine JAMES T. C01-UNGWOOD Danny Ranolde Fdwhdw Offlw gl t lk Your Hosts - Rosly and Hans Trucking Carpentry - Aluminum Products ll O fist l77 b Wellauer Great Barrington, MA 012. Great Barrington, MA 01230 l413l 528-0710 Sheffield, MA RFD41 - Clayton Road Ashley Falls, MA 01222 61 Telephone 14131 229-7980 i 'W , ' 5130115 BASEBALL Bright Moments And Dark We had a good baseball team this year with seniors Doug Blume, Rick Board- man, Frank Reeves, and others, but our 4-20 record reflects more of the dark experiences of the season than SCHEDULE - 1979 BASEBALL f-IV? fVl A16 Housatonlc V 7-12 2- 3 A18 Pine Plains 8- 7' 11- 2' A18 Pine Plains 15-13' 4- 7 A21 Monument Mt. 4- 6 6-12 A24 Taconlc 1-16 1-21 A28 McCann 5-10 A26 St. Joe 4- 5 2-17 M1 Lenox 6- 5' 9-15 M3 Drury 8- 9 11- 8' M5 Housatonic V 9' 8' 12- 2' M8 Mt. Greylock 3- 2' 6- 2' M9 Lee 7- 3' 2-16 M12 Hoosac 2-12 2-11 M15 Monument Mt. 0- 3 7- 9 M17 Wahconah 0- 7 0- 8 M21 McCann 3-18 1- 2 M22 Lenox 6- 7 10-15 M29 Pittsfield 0- 9 2- 5 M30 Hoosac 2-16 2- 7 J2 Mt. Greylock 3- 4 6-16 'WINS the bright. However, it was a satisfying season for the baseball men since some personal and team records were set - such as Rick Boardman's seven home runs. PICTURES this page - clockwise from far left: JV bench with Coach Proietteg Rick Boardman, Bob Bourque, Marvin Casivant, Frank Reeves, Mr. Seavey with Coach Gauthier, JV team after a game. Opposite page - clockwise from bottom: Frank Reeves pitching, Bob Bourque catching, Ed Rossi throwing, Kevin Rueger, Mark Moritz, first-aid repairs, Maiya Greaves, and Doug Blume. 1 , ,J eh sl, i , Q ' J it? l ,. ' I F l -. 4 Q. , bg . ' 1 KY, -Ll 3 A V5 CORN CRIB Rt. 7 Sheffield. MA :la fl--' 'rpn ,QQ-JY ' . if-541, flu 92- '.' SHEFFIELD AUTO ui ELECTRIC PAUL S. BATACCHI Featuring Asphalt Paving Sun 10.15 Dignogric Tune.Up Parking Lots-Tennis Courts-Driveways Carburetors Landscaping lgmtiong Septic Systems Installed Sheffield, MA Boardman St. Sheffield. MA Tel. l413l 229-2064 ANDREWS INSURANCE Main St, Gt. Barrington, MA -N-vcr 4' 4:6 GINGRAS LUMBER, INC. Ashley Falls, MA 01222 Phone l413l 22942182 y SOFTBALL Softball Family by C Walther Nov. 16 - Last year's softball team was a good team They were like a family, and it was enjoyable playing the game with them. Now the seniors from last year are gone, and this year's team will be a whole new family PICTURES - Middle: Coach Krolg spectators Caro- lyn Goss and Laurie Jonesg baserunner Agnes Pizzi- chemi. Top Clockwisez Kelly Consolinig Amy Whisen- antg Wendy Gunng Cheryl Waltherg Kim Emprimog bench: Krista Stanton, Coach Krol, Mr, Cary, Vicki Garrett and Teri Zarnperinig Kelly Consolinig sliding Kelly Johnston f23lg catcher Cheryl Waltherg Jane Dou- gherty at batg Krista Stanton. i "' ff l'-- WZ PRICE CHOPPER With our Warmest Congratulatnons to the Graduates Barrington Plaza Great Eifirririggton, M.: We Do More SCHEDULE - 1979 SOFTBALL A17 A19 A19 A20 A23 A24 A25 A30 M1 M2 M4 M7 M9 M11 M15 M17 M21 M22 M29 M31 'WINS Housatonlc V Pine Plalns Pine Plains Housatonlc V Lenox Dover Plains McCann Drury Lee Wahconah Plttsfleld Monument Mt. Mt. Greylock Taconic St. Joe Hoosac Drury McCann St. Joe Mt. Greylock "FORFElT QJVJ 16-13' 59- 8' 49- 4' 7-10 21- 5' 39- 5 18-11 16-14' 21-17 11- 7 17- 6 28- 7 7- 0 33- 7 11-18 8-12 12-ll lVl 9-14 16-12' 14-10' 6- 4' 7- 8 2- 9 7-11 12-14 16-25 11-21 5-18 1-18 22-14 5- 9 3- 7 2- 6 7-22 8- 7 5- 9 20-13 I- d . lx,- l ,L - 9, r -0 'L , 1-'fini I is .5 5 ni GREENFIELD GIFT 8: CARD SHOP ALFREDO 'S HAIR FASHIONS Great Barrmgton Ma 740 So Main St Gt. Barrington, Ma 01230 528-1711 CROSS COUNTRY 1 S Southern Berk hire F' -1.1 ,Z 'ldlwsw N ll! fn . I 3 . i ' -- , ' 1 J 1 ,V 5,5 ' -fa 0" . ' ' vi 9? r - vqf 'f 'J .fx . 1 . '1--2 V hw W". ' L , 9 ' u . ', 1'-' I an ..'Q: 'Tv gt' 'i. '. if "'.7'i' Qiglri' -5 -'. -' - J vu. ' Z5 ""' "!',. .1 ,- " Z, -'r -'uv 7 -'Im is - .' 'hm 5 291 al 'Q' I' l5,' 'xr' J. fm N fqnt f S4. 9- ,414 League Champion 0 4 I 9 I L 1 A 67 FIELD HOCKEY Getting It Together By Kelly Consolini Oct. 17 - Our field down the field hockey team finally got 3PPl'0Xlmaf9lV 300 times, the aet together yesterday there were various and played a tgugh game rappings of shins, balls m against Pittsfield. Though mouths, and Sticks and we couldtft overpower bodies all over the ground them to take 3 win, we I think our teams became tied them 0-0, lt was 3 definite enemies by the sweaty, rough game. end ef the Same Besides going up and PICTURES - bottom from far left: Coach Rice, Patti Batacchi, Managers Kim Beattie and Denise Behne, Teri Zamperini, Kelly Consolini, Elizabeth Thorn, Pam Hewins in action, Patti Batacchi moving forward, Jennifer Kinsley, Top: Jennifer Kinsley, Kelly Consolini, Pam Hewins, Lori Ovitt, Joanne Lemmerman, Pam Gauthier and team. I 68 Fo -+19 SCHEDULE - 1979 FIELD HOCKEY S11 Pittsfield S18 Taconic S25 Lee S27 Mt. Greylock S28 Pittsfield 04 Taconic 09 Mt. Greylock 016 Pittsfield 017 Housatonic V 023 Taconic 024 Lee 025 Taconic Hills 026 Mt. Greylock 030 Lee 'WINS La-. is if r. V ' lo ll, u I xfm! PEERLESS TREE EXPERT THE SNAP SHOP CO. 14 Rakoad St, Gt Barrzigtort, MA 31. Kcreaz 4131528--1T25 2- 2 T- at cts ani Bas: kkfshe Best KK.'.sr.es 'o tie Class of " I 1: tie Class cf 1950 70 .fb I K Q c I on L 'G C Q- 1 -gi i E 6 C ,- .... A .- US V ' . l ky 2 ' ' E E Ill .5 zu Ui MlCHEl.l.E'S Congratulatzons Ladzes Fashons 8: Gifts DEWEY ELECTRIC-SINGER 1413229-2738 283 Maii St. Gt. Barrington 'n St Sheffgelcj, VIA, 01257 Feb. 7 - Basketball is just a game of hoop to some. They take it for granted. Our teams try to play the game to its fullest. No mat- ter how well we win or how bad we lose, we Eagles have spirit. Because that's our nature. If we are disgraced to all or come back with a victory, the team and fans never give up. After all, its -1' just a game of hoop. SCHEDULE - 1979-80 D11 D14 Shepaug Webatuk D18 Dover Plains D20 Hoosac Shepaug D30 Lee J2 Monument Mt. Hoosac McCann St Joe 8 Mt Greylock 3 Housatonlc Valley 2 McCann 29 Lee Lenox D27 KJV? 26-50 34-68 12-69 37-64 22-54 22-80 5-60 36 76 34 53 15 54 39 68 26 88 36 48 30 49 28 47 CVD 31-66 49-88 36-70 38-55 50-63 47-75 43-57 43 69 52 76 50 82 49 56 43 59 47 62 39 74 45 61 3 'fs s Sfsi . tbgijl ' il vf'U' 4- 47 Railroad St., Gt. Barrington J8 - - J11 - - J15 . - - J1 . - - J2 - - J 5 - - J - . F5 - - F8 Monument Mt. 27-66 n PICTURES OPPOSITE PAGE: Senior Adam Phillips slams a dunk shot during warm-upg JV's Scott Thompson brings the ball down the court. PICTURES THIS PAGE: top left: Adam Phillips "pops" a jump shot while Peter Bailey moves for possible rebounding positiong upper tight: Karl Zigmand inbounds the ballg middle right: The new Eagles coach, Larry Dick, and his assistant, Coach Bitel, provide time-out instruc- tions. Bottom: The Eagles, in white, defend against Lee. S 31 Y' lg -sl., -1" U Y .1 'E--3-A D G Y .4 v.v RA YNOR'S BEARINGS 8: Best Wishes to the Class of 1980 E. CALIGARI Q SON MAPLEWOOD FABRICS SUPPLIES INC. GATSBY'S Gt. Barrington, MA. 01230 INC. "The natural look in clothes" 25 Railroad St., Gt. Barrington ey Falls, Nl.-X 012212 229-RUF 71 Just Call Us Trouble PICTURES BELOIL PICTLRES OPPOSITE P4 GE top left -x SCHEDULE - 1979-8-0 mJV1 :Vu D11 Wahconah 41-38' 23-49 D14 Dover Plains 8-23 35-30' D18 Dover Plains 15-42 37-25' D20 Hoosac 42-19' 42-48 D27 Housiatonic V 31-32 16-41 D28 Lee 44-27' 32-44 J2 Monument Mt. 26-3-0 28-26' , J3 Pittsfield 45-31' 32-2'9" Q J7 Hoosac 31-28' 3-O-51 2:5 :ii J11 McCann N- 37-21' fix 5' J14 sr. Joe ss-19- 28-44 -fif- J18 Mt. Greylock 52-24' 31-17' P j? J21 Wahconah 42-39' 45-61 -35 J24 Taconic 42-43 35-59 'ft "' J28 Lee 30-39 34-6-6 , F1 Drury 41-33' 2442 ,UH A F5 Lenox 27-33 26-49 :ff--F F8 Monument Mt. 35-19' 40-28' Eff-:S t F12 McCann --- 4-0-25' 1'?:: ' F14 sf. Joe as-zr 41-46 iff 'T -vxrss f'9""' .- fxfifi 2' bottom .,A- - ..f--:. - ,- - U-- 4 ?x...s.:., 4,1 ,Q In 5 is . T f L w Maia... ii. -11.1-f 1 4 4 THE GLASS SHOP GOOD HL'TCHl.'NSO'N 8: ASSOCIATES x--- ,,,. in EK s L if SHEFFIELD WINE CELLAR WARREN Q MACCHI INC Rt 7 Sheffield, MA Bulldmg Lont utor Beer Sundries-Wine WRESTLING What It Takes Jan. 8 - The sport of wres- tling is unique because of the physical strength, en- durance, and courage it takes to participate well. The physical strength and stamina needed to win in this sport is probably much more than for any of the other sportsg it is important to know the holds and moves, but frequently it is the person who has the bet- ter endurance who wins. The courage it takes to par- by Diane Ziegler ticipate in the sport of wrestling is also great, a wrestler has to believe, at all times, that his opponent can be beaten. PICTURE BELOW: Jeff Collingwood with an advantage over his opponent. PICTURES OPPOSITE PAGE: Team and Coaches Menin and Proiette await the outcome of a match. Middle: The coaches talk to Kevin Rueger during a time out. Bottom: Greg Langer works on a pin. SCHEDULE - 1979-80 D19 Taconic 60-11' D29 St. Joe 38-23' J2 Pittsfield 42-19' J4 Mt. Greylock 27-32 J9 Monument Mt. 25-36 J12 Northampton 53-12' J12 Granby 18-41 JI6 Drury 38-26' J19 Frontier 14-51 JI9 East Longmeadow 39-24' J26 Taconlc 61-6' J30 St. Joe 29-38 F2 Pittsfield 37-19' F6 Mt. Greylock 43-17' F8 Monument Mt. 27-29 F12 Drury 40-19' 'WINS FW ROBERT J. Fosrfn CH- NORTON Harland B. Foster Jewelers 15 Bridge Stn' Gt Barrington 285 Main St,, Gt. Barrington, MA 528-2143 if-34144 A f,' . -In P- .t X11 W., .Q 'pn- Q 'C -umg f .. fsf if Q sf , . ., C J-f RIVERRUN Rt. 7, Sheffield, Mass. 413-5281100 'W' ' ,, Mffrsi R. W. TRYON CONSTRUCTION CO. Monterey. MA 5282583 CHEERLEADING Put To The Test By Elissa Champigny Feb. 11 - Cheerleaders at Mount Everett are put to the test. They have spirit through it all. lt's hard to believe, but they do. Ask any cheerleader when a game is lost, and she'll say, "Wait until next game." But never be around when their team wins. lt's ecstatic. Like I said, they're put to the test. PICTURES: top: A panoramic view of the February 8 pep rally - prior to meeting Monument Mountain in basket- ball and wrestling. Bottom left: Varsity cheerleaders lfrontl Chris Sadera. Pam Christman. Pam McDonald: lbackl Pam Hewins. Kelly Granger. Kathy Wartella. Debra Sadera. and Merry Germain. Bot- tom right:Seventh and eighth grade cheerleaders Robin Twing. Cindy Bush. Marcia Proctor. Denise Sadera, Ann Decker. Ginger Johnson. Christine Car- tinelli, pu 'Q . N4 . - H I 4 .- 'iff' f 7 . 72:-lu '-" "i" Q43 'N-' 3' QL' ds' .ig r 'Vi s '?"""' l l fn -. vt., . Y ' f1Q - H. 1 l .- -,ax ,. I' Q 4 n J J li. - SOUTHFIELD STORE WALSH'S NATURAL FOODS OPEN HOUSE Qtreet. Southfield, MA Rt 23. Monterey. MA Barrington Plaza. Gt. Barrington. MA o and Pearl Spigarola 528-4257 229-8650 The Graduating Class of 1980 You're the Pride of the Berkshires? .1 O ov , J I - SHEFFIELD FLOWER 8: GARDEN Rt. 7, Sheffield rf A M- 71 'I' 11' 'I I 4 r ,,,.,. , f I 4 lf v 4 if 1 ' Ja? '77-' N f:m.,A ,. . , -V r 'il 1' ,Q Q, .-i .:, - . I . , , i' - ' - 2 'vu rf"-. .Q ' D . X 5.1 I YEA .3 . 1' .. .I- FRANK 'S POOL SERVICE COOPER HARDWARE County Rd. Main St., Gt. Barrington Sheffield, MA. 01257 BOB'S CLOTHING Canaan, CT Complete Formal Rentals for Proms and Weddnngs Levis - Adidas f Puma CA THERINE 'S CHOCOLA TES btockbrnlgn Rd Gt linrrmgton, MA 77 TEAMS 1979-80 BASEBALL - VARSITY b, Coach Gauthier Doug Blume Gary Dellert Brian Claydon Bob Buckley Bobby Bourque Art Hebert Bob Ryan BASEBALL - JV b. Carl Wheeler Marvin Casivant Jimmy Puleri Eric Smith Peter Cartinelli John Makuc James Makuc Maiya Greaves Coach Proiette SOFTBALL - VARSITY b. Dawn Wilson Teresa Zamperini Teresa Gulotta Gretchen Langer Tracy Chase Amy Whisenant Kelly Consolini SOFTBALL - JV b. Sheri Fairchild, Mgr, Linda Wright Tammy Jervas Cindy Armstrong Laurie Wuori Denise Rossi Joann Lemmerman Patti Batacchi Felicie Ovitt Nancy Soudant FIELD HOCKEY - V b. Coach Rice Kelly Consolini Teresa Cane Tammy Hewins Mary O'Connor Joann Lemmerman Krista Stanton Elizabeth Thorn Teri Zamperini Cheri I.aPoint FIELD HOCKEY - JV b. Kim Beattie, Mgr. Cindy Stringham Linda Hayes Kathy MacKenzie Roseanne Iverson Denise Sadera Sue Delmolino Chris Sadera Tammy Hevvins, Mgr. f. Ed Rossi Rick Boardman Frank Reeves Peter McDonald Mark Moritz Kevin Rueger f. Bob Posey Billy Fennell Kevin McLaughlin Kyle Shiminski John Ryan Brian Rueger Todd Clark David Whitbeck Mike Ovitt Coach Krol f. Agnes Pizzichemi Linda Whitbeck Cheryl Walther Kelly Johnston Vicki Garrett Patricia McDonald Jane Dougherty Sally Soudant Mrs. Rawling, coach f. Karen Kradel Melissa Joyce Wendy Gunn Krista Stanton Kim Emprimo Debra Sadera Kim Beattie, Mgr. f. Pam Hewins Jennifer Kinsley Patti Batacchi Lori Ovitt Pam Gauthier Nancy Soudant Peggy O'Connor Sally Soudant Coach Rice f, Tracy Hohman Sabrina Chapin Beth Seely Danielle West Dailyn Macchi Star Davis Janice Ovitt Kg' : ,eel X ri' 543.1 -ri 5 J I br. Q -l1B':f' utu. 111 vim- -,p3.gg,7 4 P' . 1 lqqgf ' ' LSL - 'A ,Pi 1 " 5j C, Q . L. an .4 C-, Cf ' '1' . . f- T 4- "-- ' -' .- ' -'ff let s ' -- ,- - x-- . f fi Pr 1. W 5 4 x. i I 8 3 .1 fl 'L 'fb' ba? " "H" 'H .g"" ' 1 K. , .. t,i'9 -Shelli'-ll.-1.4 1 ' 1 I Q Ju bu 'L' E9 I 15 Y 'Y CROSS-COUNTRY b. Coach Gillooly Sebastian Esposito Andy Becker Mark DeVoti Jeff Collingwood Greg Langer Bruce Collingwood Tom Real Dave Germain Matt Eline Mike Main BASKETBALL - V Row 3. Brian Hohman, Mgr, Roseanne Iverson, Mgr. Row 2. Coach Dick Adam Phillips Tom Real BASKETBALL - JV Coach Pavoni Patrick Stanton Jeff Duchardt Robert Seiger GIRLS' BASKETBALL -V b. Tammy Hewins, Mgr. Amy Fish, Mgr. Krista Stanton Lynn Dugan Sue O'Connor Kim Beattie Cathy O'Connor GIRLS' BASKETBALL - JV b. Amy Fish, Mgr. Patricia McDonald Carol Bachetti Sue O'Connor Laurie Wuori Karen Kradel Krista Stanton Peggy O'Connor WRESTLING Row 3. Dale Warner, Asst. Coach Mark DeVoti Bruce Collingwood Greg Langer Jeff Collingwood Kevin Rueger Ken Heath Row 2. Susan Goss, Mgr. Coach Proiette Steve Brown f, Debra Sadera Sandy Delmolino David Hodge Rusty Case Mark Annelli Billy Fennell Mike Ovitt Mark Drabik Carolyn Goss Tammy Bobola Jon Beattie Kyle Shiminski Peter Bailey f. Matt Eline Karl Zigmand Bob Bourque Stephon Haecker Bryan Rueger Scott Thompson Myron Wartella Patricia Wright Coach Cary f. Wendy Gunn Susan Kickery Agnes Pizzichemi Patience Cary Patricia McDonald Coach Krol f. Missy Green Karen Shanley Linda Wright Denise Rossi Kelly Johnston Alice Watson Jane Dougherty Wesley Wheeler Richard Seiger Billy Grady Coach Menin Carolyn Goss. Mgr. Pam Gauthier, Mgr f. Jared Fleury James Makuc Marvin Casivant David Gauthier Matthew Fleury Dwight Van Deuscr' if Richard MacDowell Rusty Case Dave Germain William Guidi Mike Main Doug Champzgm HIGH HONORS lfirst semester onlyj James Mal-:uc Lynn Dugan Mark Drabik Margaret O'Connor Carolyn Goss Cheri Briggs Lynn Wamer Pamela Christman Cathy Pond Absent: June Butera Desiree Eichstedt SALL Y DEAN Quality Fashions for Ladies and Juniors 274 Main Street Gt. Barrington, MA Tel: 52840102 'E gf X BRUCE COLLINGWOOD Boys' State X hx., it-AT' 3 A " xr ' xi ' XR js V Q x I Lf 'fa AGNES PIZZICI-IEMI Student Council President DOREEN REYNOLDS NEDT Merit Certificate Dartmouth Book Club Award PSAT Commendation GREG LANGER l Dare You Award Boys' State 1 ' ' A4 1 I ,,. il' Z4 " ' : i , - - N :I I ., 'P , V 'Q an I N 4 1-,.:, "w ."- fn , V- 'A J 3 36 frrsf' MARK MAKUC NED1' Merit Certificate PSAT Commendation Boys' State SAR Good Cltlzen Award CATHERINE 0'CONNOR DAR Good Citizen Award :fi EE 01 050 51.9 NF. z C7 E o O U Uh QNHK' A4975 JL.. SEBASTIAN ESPOSITO Yearbook Editor in Chief MICHELE HITCHCOCK 1- - 7 A Girls' State KNOLLS Gifts of Dlstlnctlons Route 7 Sheffield, MA Tel: 229-8743 SHEFFIELD MARKET Choice Meats and Produce 229-8939 81 CALENDAR - FEB. 1980 Feb. 13, 1 9 0: Win terless Win ter Continues I FEBRUARY, 1979 15 lThI Basketball with St. Joe: varsity loses 78-79. JV's lose 35-59. Girls' basketball with Lee. varsity loses 11-59. JR's win 39-23. I f CSU China invades Vietnam. ,- 19 CME Girls' basketball with Monument Mt.: varsity loses 40-54. JV's win 39-23. 20 CTI Basketball with Hoosac Valleyz varsi- ty loses 68-84. JV's lose 35-66. 22 CThI Girls' varsity basketball beats McCann 31-251 girls' JV's beat Berk- shire School 32-7. MARCH, 1979 4 CSI Voyager I passes Jupiter and relays pictures to Earth. 8 CThI Faculty basketball team beats Mt, Everett varsity 98 to 92 in overtime. 12 CMI President Carters trip to Eygpt and Israel to effect a peace treaty seems headed for failure. 15 CThI Eygpt and Israel, prompted by President Carters proposals, agree to sign peace treaty. Concert band per- forms in evening at Mt. Everett. 26 CMI Carter, Sadat, and Begin sign peace treaty between Egypt and Israel. The agreement includes a five billion dollar aid package from US. to Egypt and lsra- el. 27 CTI OPEC nations who opposed the Egypt-Israel peace treaty raise price of oilg by 9970. 28 CWI Nuclear power plant on Three-Mile Island in Harrisburg. Pa., malfunctions and leaks radioactive steam into the at- mosphere Controversy begins over safety of nuclear power plants. APRIL, 1979 N55 CThI President Carter proposes de-reg ulation of oil prices - a move that will quickly raise fuel prices and feed infla- non. 11 CWI Wichita Falls, Texas, struck by tor- 16 17 nado that destroys the city with a swarth of destruction one mile wide and six miles long. Fifty-eight people die. CMI Armed robbers kill three guards in Waterbury. Connecticut, and get away with 51.8 million. CTI Armed robbers who killed three guards and stole 51,8 million are cap- tured and the money is recovered. MAY, 1979 3 CThI Great Britain elects its first woman 5 12 18 19 22 25 prime minister, conservative Margaret Thatcher. CStI Gas shortage is California creates long lines at filling stations. CStI Junior prom at Searles Castle in Great Barrington: Teresa Gulotta is crown prom queen. CFI Music and arts festival at Mount Ever- ett. CSI Marvin Weinberg. owner of Adams supermarkets. dies at age 60. Ctl Seniors' final exams begin. CFI Yearbook dance at Mt. Everettg 281 books distributed. Worst aviation disas- ter in US. history takes place in Chica- goz 273 people die in DC-10 crash. JUNE, 1979 1 CFI Eighty-five seniors graduate at Mount 11 Everett. Mr. Donald Lucy. math teacher. is the main speaker. Joanne O'Connell gives the valedictory. and Gretchen Langer gives the salutatory speech. CMI John Wayne. actor, dies of cancer at age 72. 12 CTI The first man-powered flight across the English Channel is achieved by a pedalist-pilot. 18 CMI Preliminary signing of the SALT II agreement by President Carter and Sovi- et President Brezhnev takes place. Billy Martin returns to managing the New York Yankees. 28 CThI Jean Jacque Cousteau's 37-year old son dies in an airplane crash. JUL Y, 1 979 3 CTI German statute of limitations for Nazi 10 11 15 17 23 war criminals repealed. CTI Boston Pops conductor Arthur Fiedler dies at age 84. CWI Skylab falls to earthg hundreds of pieces land on Australia. CSI President Carter addresses the nation concerning energy. CTI Nicarargua's President Samoza re- signs from office as a result of that coun- try's ongoing civil warg he will live in exile in the US. CMI President Carter considers resigna- tions from his entire cabinetg some will be accepted. AUGUST, 1979 2 7 14, 22 27 CThI New York Yankees catcher Thur- mond Munson dies in crash of private plane. CTI Oil from Mexico's giant oil spill C20.000 barrells gushing into the ocean each dayI reaches Texan beaches. CTI Massachusetts reinstates the death penalty. CWI James T. Farrell, author of the Studs Lonigan Trilogy, dies. CMI Lord Mountbatten, relative of Eng- land's Royal family, dies in IRA bomb blast aboard his yacht. SEPTEMBER, 1 979 5 12 17 27 CWI School opens for the 1979-80 school year. CWI Hurricane Frederick with 130 miles per hour winds hits Alabamag damage is extensive. CMI H-bomb secrets published by the Madison, Wisconsin, Press Connection. CThI Sebastian Esposito is selected as the 1980 yearbook editor-in-chief. KWIK PRINT Best wishes to the class of 1980 Ryan's Florist sends '35 Bridge St NORTHEAST TECHNICAL congratulations to the class CP Barrington. MA ASSOCIATES of '80, RD 113. Box 169B RYAN'S FLORIST Gt. Barrington. MA Barrington Plaza Gt. Barrington. MA Congratulations to the class of 80 DOS AMIG05 MEXICAN RESTAURANT Barrington Plaza Gt. Barrington MA sl. X . ,ff fl? . I 1. L -2 " sf' 9"'v ..-' O .rg - -i Q9 1 4 -I. e 71 Y 1 lr. Ta Y -e i ' s I 4 J 2? Xt F I' qlf, X X N4 1 I Af X XXX NX ,n N. A, 1 N -ull" - 5' 5 , .Q '- ' I V A l i . f,, 7- ri 31" " W' ,ff 1? fax wo, .X Q i ,lt MAHAIWE JEWELERS Diamonds-Watches-Rings Jewlery-Samsonite Luggage Lenox China and Crystal Ear Piercing Canaan, CT. 824-7516 '77 ' W I D. E. DAPSON OPTICIANS TACONIC BUILDERS SUPPLY 274 Main Street CO. Gt. Barrington, MA "Most Everything ln Building 528-2171 Materials" 80 Railroad St. MILL RIVER STORE Mni River, MA Gt. Barrington, MA 528-0600 8 JG ' 3 '-', - Aa al -,..' WL.. , ,. '7 'A ' -Q. 1-xc? I l g .... a. I. "'3'f"l"" i 3 l 5 .wr 1 1' fix ' 1 Q l A. ' l 1 P LU l' sg, I A l, . Zum ...r . if :S n il CALENDAR fCONTlNUEDl .,. TRL- ' A' 4 --..... o,.,... , C. . -. -- ,ff in - lg, i' I -X . . 3 ' ,. .6 '-hrs-L ' 1 , dn- l CGW? ,Ji-., 'hail' OCTOBER, 1979 1 CMJ Pope John-Paul ll arrives in Boston 26 lWl Gold sells for S504-,0O per ounce, 3 10 11 to begin unprecedented week-long visit. Panama assumes control of the Panama Canal. New England Association of Schools and Colleges has a visiting com- mittee at Mount Everett for evaluation. CW! Tornado hits Windsor Lock and Bradley Field in Connecticut. lWi First snow of the season, from Vir- ginia to New England, is the earliest snow of the century. lThl Cuban leader Fidel Castro arrives in New York Cityg enormous security mea- sures are being taken. 26 CFD South Korea's President Park is. shot to death by his CIA chief. NOVEMBER, 1979 4 5 13 18 lSl lranian students take American em- bassy personnel as hostages in lrang they demand that the U.S. turn over the Shah to them. KM! Al Capp, creator of L'il Abner, dies in Cambridge. Massachusetts, at age 70. tTl Philadelphia 76er's Darrell Dawkins shatters glass backboard with a "gorilla'l dunk shot, no one is hurt lsurprisinglyl. lSl Iran releases 15 of 60 hostages being held to exchange for the Shah. DECEMBER. 1979 3 9 24 25 CMJ Eight teenagers are trampled by crowd in Cincinatti attempting to attend a concert featuring "The Who" rock group. lTl The Shah of Iran leaves the U.S. and goes to Panama. IMD lran asks Panama to extradite the Shah to lrang Panama refuses. ITD Iranian hostages are visited by three Q I 73" u 4 s ti. . . 84 Congratulations from Barrington Savings Barrington Savings. Great 244 Main St, Gt. Barrington 528-1190 Main St. Sheffield 229-8516 Depot St.. West Stockbridge 232-8542 ' Inky American clergymen. - X I over twice its price of a year ago. l 27 lThl The government of Afghanistan is over-thrown by Russian-supported insur- gents, the deposed premier is executed. 30 tSl Composer Richard Rodgers dies at l. age 77. - JANUARK 1980 A 3 tThl Joy Adamson, author of Born Free, is killed by a lion. 10 lThl President of the AFL-CIO, George Meany, dies at age 86. 14 lMl American journalists in lran are ex- pelled for "biased" reports. 17 lThl Gold sells for 3802.00 per ounce. Q 20 KS! Pittsburgh Steelers win Superbowl 14 . against Los Angeles Rams 31-19, Quar- lx terback Terry Bradshaw is named MVP. ,ll President Carter calls for boycott of ll Moscow games by Olympics team unless l Soviets get out ot Afghanistan within one month. i 22 tMl After selling for over 5850.00 per V ounce, gold price takes a sudden drop to 5683.00 on the New York market. l I-'EBRUARK 1980 2 tStl Thirty-nine inmates killed in the "na- tion's most savage prison riot" at the New Mexico State Penitentiary near Santa Fe. 13 KW! Winterless winter continues in Southern New England, no snow has ac- cumulated and the school has used none of its quota of "snow days." 15 QFD Final yearbook deadline, American Yearbook consultant Don Lendry picks up final materials. t,ii--Q l X T37 1 4 I ' I X' X - l fl fm 1 1 - -s. , A' Y , Xl 1 1 6 . vwiff' i .".f. f .'f i - il , M . 2- A- -2 Ae.-.-..., Q u - m.. ,L ... "'f 1l1C"l'ZJ'1'II'i!!f' " 7" V" 'Will l- . 'cfff' . 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J: 52 29 Patron Charts Urtlirttzred 78 Kradel, Karen 1821 29, 55, 56, 78, 79 Krol, Mr. Robert 1F1 46, 57, 60, 61, 65, 78, 79 Kuntz, Bonnie 1791 58, 59 Kuzia, Mr Richard 1F1 46 Labrecque, Lisa 1831 25 Labrecque, Daniel 1851 17 Lampman, Mr. Allen 1F1 Langenback, Ken 1841 20 Langer, Greg 1801 38, 41, 51, 54, 56, 75, 79 Langer, Gretchen 1791 61, 66, 78 Lanoue, Duane 1841 21 Lanoue, Jacqueline 1831 24, 51, 56 LaPoint, Cheryl 1831 24, 56, 78 LaPoint, Michele 1811 32 Lavalette, William 1841 21 LeGeyt, Phillip 1841 21 LeGeyt, Susan 1821 29, 55 Lehmbeck, John 1821 29, 55, 57 Lehmbeck, Mike 1851 17, 55 Lemmerman, Evan 1851 17, 55, 87 Lemmerman, Joann 1811 32, 55, 56, 64, 78 Litchfield, Robert 1841 21, 87 Litchefield, William 1801 38, 43 Lockwood, Marianne 1851 17, 55 Loewe, Miles 1801 34, 38, 43, 56 Lowrey, Debbie 1831 24 Lowry, Robin 1811 32, 84 Lucy, Mr. Donald 1F1 47 Macchi, Dailyn 1821 28, 78 MacDonald, Mike 1791 59, 60 MacDowell, Rick 1841 20, 55, 79 MacKenzie, Kathleen 1841 21, 78, 87 MacNeil, Terri 1811 33, 83 Main, Michael 1821 28, 66, 67, 79 Makuc, James 1821 28, 55, 57, 62, 78, 79, 80 Makuc, John 1811 33, 55, 57 Makuc, Mark 1801 38, 43, 51, 54. 55, 56, 67, 81 Manko, Chris 1841 21 Mansfield, James 1801 39, 56, 85 Marchione, Jennifer 1851 17 Margadant, Jaque 1831 Margadant, Jerry 1841 Marion, Shawn 1851 17, 41 Marks, Kelly 1841 20 Marlotti, Johnathon 1841 Martin, Dale 1841 20 Martin, Mrs. Marianne 1a1 Martin, Micheal 1831 24 Martins, Kevin 1801 Mathieu, Mark 1841 20 Maynard, Paul 1851 16 McDonald, Pamela 1831 22, 24, 55, 76, 83 McDonald, Patricia 1811 12, 30, 33, 56, 78, 79 McDonald, Peter 1791 63, 78 McDonnell, Kathy 1801 7, 34, 39, 43, 57 McLaughin, Jeff 1841 21 McLaughin, Kevin 1811 33, 56, 62, 78 Menin, Mr. Paul 1F1 47, 75, 79 Michalski, Aron 1811 31, 33, 85 Michalski, Lila 1851 16, 57 Michalski, Sam 1831 25 Mielke, Ted 1841 21 Miller, Kristy 1811 Milukas, Mr. Goerge 1F1 47, 57 Moritz, Mark 1811 63, 78 Muller, Charles 1821 28, 52 Nash, Donna 1841 N.H.S. 56 Nelson, Robbie 1851 17 Newton, Roger 1801 52 Nilson, Mr. Robert 1P1 Nourse, Thea 1811 33 Novak, Laraine 1P1 49 , Y O'Brien, Donna 1811 32 O'Brien, Evelyn 1821 28 O'Brien, Mr. Paul 1F1- 47 O'Brien, Ann 1851 16 O'Connell, Joanne 1791 58 O'Connor, Cathy 1801 1, 12, 39, 43, 51. 54, 56, 73, 79, 81, 84 O'Connor, Denis 1841 21, 87 O'Connor, Margaret 1831 22, 25, 50, 56, 78. 79, 80 O'Connor, Mary 1811 12, 32, 78 O'Connor, Susan 1811 32, 79 Ormsbee, Edmund 1821 29, 52 Ormsbee, Jamie 1831 25, 83 Ormsbee, John 1801 38 Orth, O'Sha Roland 1801 38, 43 ughnessy, Mrs, 1P1 48 Ostrander, Edward 1811 Ostrander, Lisa 1821 29, 84 Ovitt, Felicie 1811 30, 32, 52, 55, 78 Ovitt, Janice 1831 25, 51, 56, 78 Ovitt, Karen 1831 29, 50 Ovitt, Lorene 1801 34, 38, 43, 53, 54, 57, 69 Ovitt, Micheal 1821 6, 26, 29, 62, 67, 78, 79 Ovitt, Sandra 1851 16, 57 Palmer, Hattie 1841 21 Palmer, Nancy 1851 16 Palmer, Robert 1821 29 Pawn. Christine 1831 25 Paul, Gina 1821 29 Paul, Maurica 1801 38, 43 Parker, Melissa 1821 28 Patterson, Ronald 1791 Pavoni, Mr. Richard 1F1 78 Pedersen, Mrs, Grace 1P1 48 Pedersen, Hannah 1841 21, 55, 87 Pedretti, Andrew 1831 25, 39 Pedretti, John 1811 Pekrul, Mr. 1P1 49 Pellegrini, Roxanne, 1811 32 Pellegrini, Richard 1851 17 Pensoneault, Jesse 1821 28 Percy, Donald 1821 28 Percy, Micheal 1811 31, 33, 55 Percy, Mrs. 1P1 48 Peron, Mr. John 1F1 46 Perry, Eric 1851 17, 55 Race, Cindy 1811 33 Raimer, Brenda 1851 17, 55, 87 Raimer, John 1801 7, 12, 34 Ranolde, Todd 1841 20 Raskind, Mr Mark 1F1 46 Rawling, Mrs. Virginia 1F1 78 Real, Tom 1801 38, 54, 66. 67. 79 Reeves, Frank 1791 60, 61, 62, 63, 78 Reeves, Mrs, Thelma 1P1 48 Reeves, Scott 1841 20 Reilley, Brian 1841 21 Reilley, Kevin 1851 17 Reuter, Elizabeth 1821 Reynolds, Cheryl 1831 24 Reynolds, Doreen 1801 13, 38, 43, 54. 56, 59, 81 Reynolds, Robin 1811 33 Reynolds, Tom 1841 20 Rhoades, Susan 1821 29 Rice, Miss Debbie 1F1 47, 57, 68, 78 Rice, Kim 1801 39, 84 Rice, William 1831 24 Riiska, Todd 1841 20 Robarge, Randy 1841 21 Robarge, Richard 1831 10, 23, 24 Robbins, Nadine 1841 21 Robbins, Philipe 1801 39 Robbins, Rebecca 1811 Robinson, Mrs. lda 1P1 Robinson, Mr. James T. 1P1 Rogers, Mr. John 1P1 52 Rokos, Mrs. Muriel 1P1 49 Rooney, Mr. John 1P1 Rosier, Lisa 1831 25 Rosier, Theresa 1801 39 Rossi, Denise 1831 25, 78, 79 Rossi, Eddie 1811 63, 78 Rote, Jeffery 1791 Rueger, Bryan 1821 29, 55, 62, 78, 79 Rueger, Kevin 1801 40, 43, 55, 56, 63, 75, 78, 79 Russell, Kirk 1851 16 Ruggio, Marc 1831 Rummel, Magdaline 1841 21, 55, 57 Rustia, Melissa 1811 33 Ryan, Glenn 1821 29 Ryan, John 1801 34, 40, 56, 61, 62. Perry, James 1821 28 Personnel 48 Petersen, Betty 1P1 48 Petersen, Andrew 1801 39 Phillips, Adam 1801 39, 70, 71, 79 Phillips, Robert 1821 28, 52, 85 Pickert, Lisa 1821 28, 82 Pino, Ruth 1811 33, 84 Piper, Mrs. Emilie 1F1 46 Pizzichemi, Agnes 1801 39, 43, 50, 55, 56, 57, 64, 73, 78, 79, 84 Pizzichemi, Remo 1791 Play 58 Pond, Catherine 1801 38, 56, 57, 80, 85 Pond, Kelly 1831 24 Porrovecchio, Mr, Mark 1F1 46, 51, 83 Posey. John 1831 Posey, Robert 1811 78 Pothul, Jennifer 1821 29, 84 Pothul, John 1821 Pothul, Steven 1831 24 Pottle, Mr. David 1A1 12, 46 Pratt, Mrs. Betty 1P1 48 Proctor, Marcia, 1841 20, 77 Proctor, Melissa 1821 20, 29 Proiette, Mr. Alfred R. 1F1 46, 62, 75. 78 Provost, David 1851 17 Prom 60 Puleri, James 1821 29, 51, 62, 78 Purcell, Carolyn 1801 38, 43 Quenneville, David 1851 17 1 Ryan, Robert 1811 33, 78 Ryder, Shawn 1801 40, 55 Sable, Damon 1811 12, 32, 57 Sadera, Christine 1831 22, 25, 55, 76, 78, 83 Sadera, David 1801 1, 7, 10, 34, 40, 43, 54, 56, 61, 80 Sadera, Debi 1821 28, 55, 67, 76, 78. 79 Sadera, Denise 1841 21, 26, 55, 77, 78 Sali, Jim 1831 23, 25, 52 Sali, Julie 1801 41 Salzmann, Micheal 1821 28, 50, 56 Sanford, Mr. William 1P1 Saunders, Catherine 1851 14, 16 Schnurr, Karen 1831 Schnurr, William 1851 55 Seavey, Mr. Wayne 1F1 47, 62, 63 Seely, Beth 1841 13, 21, 78 Seidel, Anna 1851 16 Seiger, Richard 1831 10, 23, 25, 79 Seiger, Robert 1821 28, 50, 79 Seitz, Ms. Laurie 1F1 47 Sellew, Mr. Wells 1F1 47, 52 Senloro 34 Seward, Mrs. Maureen 1a1 46 Shafiroff, Dr. Paul G 1F1 45 Shanley, Karin 1831 25, 79 Shanley, Laurie 1801 41, 43 Shanley, Mark 1791 61 Shanley, Tanya 1811 12. 32. 33 Shaw, Sarah 1841 21, 87 Sheldon, Heidi 1841 21, 24 Sheridan, Patrick 1821 28 Sheridan, Richard 1811 32 Shifnadel, Mr Steven 1F1 46 Shiminski, Kyle 1811 12, 13, 32, 55, 56, 78, 79, 83 Shortis, Kim 1821 28 Siter, Glenn 1831 24 Siter, Sharon 1851 16 Skarupa, William 1841 Sluka, Robert 1851 17, 55, 87 Sluka, Teresa 1831 Small, Mr. Steven 1F1 46 Smith, David A 1851 17, 55, 87 Smith, David M 1851 17, 87 Smith, Ellyn 1801 40, 43 Smith, Eric 1811 32. 78 Smith, Evelyn 1811 33 Smith, Matt 1831 24 Smith, Nancy 1801 40, 43 Smith, Scott 1831 24 Smith, Steven 1831 24 Smith, Suzy 1841 20 Softball 64 Soudant, Geroge 1851 17, 87 Soudant, Nancy 1811 2, 33, 52, 55 Soudant, Sally 1821 29, 51, 55, 56, 78, 85 Spencer, Christopher 1821 Spencer, Mariam 1821 29 Spencer, Wendy 1841 20 Stalker, Alan 1841 20 Stalker, George 1801 Stanton, Krista 1811 13, 33, 53, 56 61, 64, 65, 72, 73, 78, 79 Stanton, Pat 1831 24, 79 Stetson, Tammy 1811 Stevens, Deborah 1821 29 Stevens, Robert 1851 17 Storti, Mrs Janice 1F1 46 Streeter, Mrs. Inez 1P1 49 Stringham, Cynthia 1841 20, 56, 78 Student Council 56 Student Curriculum Commltte Sullivan, Maryann 1811 33 Swan, lzette 1841 18, 20, 57, 87 Swanson, Howard 1821 29, 83 Table Ol' Contents 3 TenBroeck, Thomas 1801 40, 43 Terpenning, Sandra 1821 21, 87 Terry, Chuck 1811 33, 52 Thompson, Myrna 1801 40, 43 Thompson, Scott 1841 21, 70, 79 Thorn, Elizabeth 1801 41, 50, 569, 78 Tipps. Lisa 1811 33 Tipps, Tani 1841 21, 33 Tubbs, Shelley 1851 17 Tubbs, Sherry 1851 16 Turner, George 1811 32, 52, 85 Turner, Paul 1811 13, 32, 55 Twing, Frank 1821 29, 52, 85 Twing, Robin 1851 16, 55, 77 Ullrich, Mrs, Sabina 1P1 48 Unsderfer, Andrew 1851 16, 55 Unsderfer, Terry 1811 32 Vacchina, Lorri 1851 16 Vachon, Mrs. Lea 1P1 46 Vagen, Tim 1801 41, 43 Van Deusen, Dwight 1811 12, 32, 79 Van Deusen, Joan 1791 60, 61 Van Deusen, Mark 1801 34, 60, 83 Viall, Tosha 1841 21, 55 Wadman, Micheal 1811 32, 50, 58 Walther, Cheryl 1801 6, 7, 12, 40, 43. 50, 54, 56, 57, 64, 65, 78, 84 Wandall, Mr Willaim 1P1 Warner, Brian 1841 21 Warner, Dale 1791 79 Warner, Gary 1841 6, 21 Warner, Lynette 18111 25 56 Wartella, Kathryn 181i ll 32 " Wartella, Mrs Linda :Pi 48 Wartella, Mr Myron ilfi 47 Wartella, Myron 1831 2 lfl 13 55. 56, 79 Watson, Alice 1821 29, 57, 79 Watson, Susan 1811 33 Weinreb, Frances 1801 13, 40, 43, 57, 61 Weinreb, Scott 1841 20 Welch, James 1841 20, 85 Welch, Katerlne 1851 16, 55 Welch, Mrs Mary 1F1 12, 51, 47 Welch, Mary 1841 20, 55 Wellington, Darlene 1841 Weelington, James 1801 Wells, Wells. Wells, Wells. Wells, Wells, Wells, Wells, West, West, West, Annette 1801 40, 61, 82 Douglas 1831 25, 83 Jackie 1851 17 Jane 1821 22, 25 Jean 1821 28, 85 Judy 1821 28 Terri 1821 28 55 Steven 1851 14, 17 Andrew 1851 17, 87 Danielle 1841 2, 78 Richard 1831 10, 25 Whalen, John 1811 Whalen, Tomothy 1821 28 Wheeler, Carl 181133, 57, 62, 78, 84 Wheeler, Keith 1851 17 Wheeler, Wesley 141 20, 79 Whisenant, Amy 1791 65, 78 Whitbeck, David 1841 33, 78 Whitbeck, Don 1831 25 Whitbeck, Linda 1821 28, 78, 83 White, Brian 1841 21 White, Maureen 1811 33 Wilcox, Mrs. Joan 1P1 49 Wilcox, Julie 1801 41, 43 Wilkinson, Joseph 121 29, 52 Wilkinson, 57. 60, 61 Wilkinson, Paula 1811 33, 85 Wilkinson, Wayne 1841 21 Wilson, Dawn 1791 61, 78 Winslow, Jean 1821 Wolkenstein, Stephanie 1841 21, 57, 87 Wrestling 74 Wright, Barbra 1P1 49 Wright. 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