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

 - Class of 1982

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Q' 'r "fpff-I' .fa u 354' ,L J 5. "' QW, ' - gk ,. . x , 1 i 'f " . . ' , . . ' -Q ,, . . ' , -, ' , ' , ff. . 1 'e.,,?,,Q 'A' I , V r p.. x ,- if, 6' , 'Q.-.pf-Q! .,,, 4 if--if - I-. f , , . - 1 411: . ' X, 5 If - 4l J, ' lr ' vb 'f Q v t " " '.,j'..-'ey , ,J J ,, , I VN. 1',, ' ,uv bf?" wil . at-'V ' r- . "7G'A.f"4"1Y ' - . N' f -5. 1 ' we w-A--- ' s- ' -new - - ' - af"-. " '- ' A-.A . 1 0' , .1 ' '4,,1T'- N X ,,,.r - . 'Ulf' 1 . 5 I ,qw - 7 x 2 ff-, Plctures - top Left: Kyle Shiminski and Melissa Joyce - Graduation practiceg Graduation band practiceg Mr. Sellew and Bob Litchfield. Middle: Peter Cartinelli and Orvie Garrett - Art Class. Bottom left: Del Mintzg Scene from horse show field tripg School's out. -ig Freedom Means Earning Respect by John Wright Freedom in school is something which we have to work for. If students earn the re- spect of teachers and administration, they can be granted freedom in many ways. Whether it is being able to go somewhere without a pass, or staying after to work out with weights. If a student earns the respect of the staff there is much freedom in store for that student. Pictures - opposite page middle right: David Whitbeck, Patti McDonald, and Steve Brown - Graduation practiceg Building structure. Below right: Graduation practice. Bottom right: Horse show field tripg Lisa Pickert and Karen Ovitt dressed up as smurfs for Halloween and Merry Germaing Malcolm Braverman - Cross country runner. Osls... Pictures - top left: Mike Bradley, Ray Ferrin, Merry Germain and Scott Smith - After school conversation, Top right: Graduation practice. L fl . .f"" Z Pictures - above: Pat Stanton and Andy Pedretti - Play basket- ball. 'N Pl l r-,I-rr.,,. ,ii ,...-- ,,- N L14 .I - 9- ,, 4. P 5 X v 1 The Barbizon Look Alikes by Bill Doyle Just as in any school in America, Mt. Everett has its own fashion tastes. There are people who dress like the Barbizon School and others who dress like the Barbizon School janitors. You can tell a lot about a person from his clothes. All the col- lege prep students dress in cords, unpatched jeans or dickies and usu- ally wear an izod or a fox shirt, al- though others are worn. The other students, those who are not college prep, usually wear plaid flannel shirts over a t-shirt and a vest over the shirt, jeans from WWI and big ugly boots. 11 Pictures - top left: Karen Kradelg Pam Christman. Bottom right: Ms. Si' hortisl Patricia Watsong Kelly Abnormality by Jim Makuc E - x F 5 . Q 'i. 1 - 4 Q -' ' i E x L .- 'A -iv -gi . 3 . A . Ala. . V V Q L P if f E. . ' af 4 " . ' Pictures - top: Mrs. Desig . so - "1 .John Wrightg Mark Drabikg Jim ,W P, ,g, W f Gauthier Right: Kathy Wartellag . 7 3, A Chris Sadera, Pam McDonaldg '15, v' Karen Kradel, Jim Makuc, Laurie , H ' r - 1 f u Wuorig Aaron Michalski. J As , " ff,- f , There is this person who sits in front of me in English. She always wears, shall we say, not "normal" clothes. lt always seems that she stands out in a crowd. Her designer jeans, her skirts, and her shoes always at- tract attention. She can come to school fresh out of the '50's, as a normal person, frarelyl, or as one from I don't know where! The clothes fit the personality, though, and that makes all the difference. Pictures - top left: Michael Ovitt and Dailyn Macchi - Behavioral science ex- perimentg Jeff Duchardtg Greg Carpen- ter and Rosanne lversen - Behavioral scienceg Pam Christman and Jim Gauth- ier. Middle: Frank Ramanog Lucy lrn- poco. Karen Shanley, Marylillen Welch - Observe a baseball gameg Gym class playing soccerg Clown Juliet Hughes - Halloween dress-up, if L'-7' NEW ENGLA D KESWICK YOUTH BIB Q7 ,,...o' Pictures - top left: Marie lmpoco. Jane Wells. Marytillen Welch, Lisa Gulotta, Michelle Chapin and Mark Candee - Bandg Rock n' roller Marvin Casivant - Halloween dress-up: Pam Christmang Karen Kradel and Rosanne lversen, Middle: Rosanne lversen - Donald Duck and Jim Replogle: Discoer Linda Wright - Halloween dress-upg Karl Zigmond - Pre- pares to bat. Bottom far left: Linda Whitbeck. Kelly Eich- stedt and Laurie Wuori - Study in the libraryg Mike Salzmann - Hides on Michele l.aPoint1 Mike Ovitt - Bathroom pa- trollerg Jay Swanson - Enjoying algebra. School Can Be Fun by Kelly Eichstedt The fun part of school is being able to see a lot of people laughing and having a good time. Behavioral Science is fun on the days we do experiments, because the person who is doing the test usually makes the whole crowd laugh. We have fun out in the Annex during our Advanced Office Skills class, because there are only six people in the class and everyone can just be herself. CAMP 8: WEEKEND RETRE T CENTER ls proud ol your past achievements - we honor your present successes - and were interested in your future. 9 Pd ? L'-1 1, -Ci A Pictures - top left: Mr. Seavey - "l'd say it's about this big."g Building structures - "Hey guys, where did it go?"g ltopl "Bet l'll beat you," Middle A left: Robert Seiger - "I wonder what's for lunch?"g Jim Gauthier - "What 4 'i are you taking my picture for?"g Tammy Jervas - "Check this outl"g Laurie Wuori and Mr. Raskind - "Laurie. how many times have l told you not to go in the men's room?"g Tammy Jervas and Todd Clark - "Hmm, l wonder ' what her number is?" Bottom left: Gym Class - "Hey l'm not the ball you know!"g Billy Rice - "Gimme back my ladder." .--xi Layout Karen Kradel l Fun ls Where It's At by Sally Soudant There is a great deal of fun in school. Whether you are talking with friends at your locker, joking around in class, or listening to music at lunch, you can have fun. There are many chances to have fun. Study hall is a good place to have fun. You can calmly sit and talk to friends. Mt. Everett also has a great deal of fun at assemblies, and the many other activities that it provides. Vs? ' is' '-4 ff? Al 1, xv fi X . 2 Pictures - top: Mr. Davis and Cheri Briggs - Instructions for yearbook. Middle left: Mr. Kelley and Hannah Pedersen - Analyze an objectg Laurie Briggs - "Now that was funny!"g Maureen Litchfield and Christine Emprimo - Work the clockg Rosanne lversen. Bottom left: John Wrightg A picture of Ro- I -Ibn. I x . Layout: Rosanne lversen sanne lversen taking a picture of National Honor Societyg ltopl spectators at a baseball gameg lbottoml Marie lmpoco and Ronwyn lves - Take a rest. -' - 1. ', i 11 ,f.. l.'. pu L f Vigorous, eager to learn, playful A Noisy Group? by Mark Drab1k I walked down the hall, my mind deep into the serious problems that often trouble a Senior. Suddenly I was struck by an immense volume of sound. Who were the perpetraters of this unyielding noise? I realized that the noise came from a group of seventh graders. I-low could such little people make so much noise? It seemed as if no one talked but only yelled - even to a neighborg I guess it is a part of youth and growing up. L ft:H 'V'-vo 3 Q17 E Ldko X!- Nr YI7 3,15 -my-gf -we 'QF n 'Q if' 1? Lf' fi- Q- Glen Amstead Laurie Aragl Garry Ball Mlchelle Barrier Jerry Bassett Ricky Bassett Terri Beattie Mlchael Bennett Margaret Bettis Joseph Blernackl Deana Bigelow Leda Blouln Jonathan Braverrnan Mark Bredenfoerder Michelle Brigham Cllnton Brown Beatrlce Brunnschweller Joseph Burkholder April Bush Kevln Bush Colin Cadogan Laura Candelarl Victor Cappadona Jack Case Suzanne Chapin Joseph Choquette Penny Chrlstman Alyson Cook Timothy Coon 15 Trevor Coon Edward Davidson Brian Davis Jennie Deane Heather Doyle Scott Duchardt Rebecca Frambach Paul Garcia Gordon Gibbs Michael Goewey Connie Green Jessica Greene Michelle Grotz Christine Gunther Jason Hadsell Kelly Hankey Karen Hayes Russel Ingersoll QABJ Brian Joch Eileen Jones Joseph Krol Rosemarie Lahart Amy Larkin Karen LeGeyt Clifford Love Davld Lupianl Joshua Lowman Donald Mlelke Abigail Muskrat David Novak Sally Packard Richard Palmer Gillian Pedrettl Eric Person John Plckert Laurie Pierce Jean Pottle Rhett Proctor Duane Quennevllle Russel Ralmer Angela Ranzoni Jill Reynolds Scott Ryder Shannon Seward Gregg Slter Joseph Soudant Robert Spurr Harold Stalker Myra Stalker Norman Stalker David Stetson Fred Stevens Chrlstopher Sullivan Julie Thurston Robert Twin 9 Timothy VanDuesen Thomas Vlall Donald Walk Mikel Wells Marne Weasel Noah Wolkensteln Mark Wright 5 vs t, -ui' v---5 WE., ,Xi Candid - below: Penny Christman. 4-g S Y"f' ' 1, e . .. 1 1' ' hr-f' -fL-'31, 1 'B ' Iliff ans au- """"!'sn l X - Y 31 Au -xp, ' s Z 'f7,,':' N EXE. I9 :XX 3 ' ik. f , . 'Is -C-9 ,4y HXQ W- 451.51 'Q 'Ns as , fr. M bv A , 10445 X- .-'C' A if Energetic, searching, anxious for high school The Tl'aIlSiIZi0Il . . . by Mike Salzmarm The Eighth Grade is a very lost group. Although they are no longer a part of the younger group, they are not yet a part of the upperclassmen group. lt is a period of transition and anxious waiting for this generation. People in the grades above them often look down upon their "irnmaturity"g however, we must have hope for the Eighth Grade because they are in a state of transition that will produce tomorrow's upperclassmen. gating' Rfb, Q. rx B! ' ll L f andS t: Mrs. K cot Fre Below: Michelle Chapin, Ellen Boardman. Qi ... N Q . l .fx A 'Q 1'-2.9 p 4? 49 n u r 5 L...-....,-..,.,,,-, I-11---1 Qi L Connie Amstead Ellen Boardman Matthew Boardman Charlene Babola Kathleen Bradley Malcolm Braverman Steven Brucale Mark Candee Michelle Chapin Bonnie Chaffee Glannl Chlghlne Mlchael Coon Trevor Curtlss Russell Curtlss Joanne Curtis CAB! Ann Davis Dean Durant Patrick Ellne Christine Emprlmo Jeffrey Ferrln Jerry Field Robert Fisher Laura Frambach Scot French Jeffrey Gauthier Paul Gilllgan Bernard Goewey Daniel Goss Debbie Guarnleri Timothy Handlowlch Paul Hankey Kelley Hayes Robert Johnston Steven Johnston Brenda Kelly Melissa King Michael Lafayette David Lanoue James Larkin Derrick Leab Lesley LeGeyt Maureen Litchfield Dale Lyman Joely Marchlone Kevin Marlon Anthony Martin Arthur Mathieu Christian Muller Heidi Nicholson Donna Nourse Dawn Ovltt Suzanne Parks Deborah Owens Frederick Peck Richard Pellegrlnl Michelle Percy Marcus Pezze Stephen Phillips Monika Plzzlcheml Warren Pond Brenda Provost Michelle Quennevllle David Quennevllle Tammy Ranolde Mark Replogle James Reynolds Wanda Robarge AnnMarle Scarbro Donald Schelder Jeffrey Schuler Kara Sheldon Sean Smlth Fred Speyer Christine TenBroeck Klrk Thurston Laura Twlng Kellie VanDeusen Patricia Watson Ellen Whltbeck 20 Richard White Carol Wilkinson Jon Woodruff 05. 'FQ' . A L, nr 53:1 ll I i' 0-,fs l 1 Pictures - below: Daniel Goss. - w 4.9 if Q A .ff ,HIS .-Q3 4' ,X u x N 4 rg 1 4 4 n L59 ' I . 'ax I xl 4.33 Kms .zap V 9' f Q-'Q 'Q - 1 '1.-7.. ., 3 ag Q til l Fw 4, i Small, effervescent, and loud . The Troublesome Year! by Jim Gauthier The freshman year is a real troublesome year. Freshmen are trying to fit in with the rest of the high school. They all seem to want to make friends with the older kids. I think the freshman year is very difficult because there are so many decisions to make, from choosing your friends to deciding what you want to do with your life. Younger students usually think that high school takes forever, but it certainly goes by quickly. if 'fi 'fJ"K,' . - S ith. Picture - left: Vice-president - J f M ht LdHy rtyBd 1.5-Q l , Y-4 Pictures - top to bottom: Daniel Labrequeg David A. Smith, Matthew Coon, Brett Feeley, Jennifer Kinsley, Katherine Welch, Kimberly Choquetteg Suzanne Elineg Daniel Labrequeg Robin Twing and Mr. Gauthier. inf av 'UN 11-7 Keith Amstead Erike Angona Charles Anstett Roger Ball Christian Behne Kathy Behne Tracey Bell Teresa Bettis Karl Busch Becky Bush Sabrina Chapin Kimberly Choquette David Consollnl Richard Coon Betsy Crlne George Davls Ann Decker Elizabeth Doyle Suzanne Ellne Brett Feeley Theresa Ferrln Adelaide Garrett Kassle Gates Bruce Goewey William Grady Richard Green Cathy Hall Kathleen Hayes Linda Hayes Mary Heath Amy Helnze Cindy Hewlns Sean Hohman June Hotallng Timothy Hughes Thomas Ingersoll Charles Joch Susan Joyner Carrie King Jennifer Kinsley Daniel Labrecque Michael Lehmbeck Jennifer Marchlone Shaun Marlon Paul Maynard Lila Mlchalskl Ann 0'Brlen Sandra Ovltt Nancy Palmer Eric Perry Brenda Ralmer Kevin Reilly Lisa Romano Sharon Siter David Smith George Soudant Christine Spagnuolo Michael Stevens Robert Stevens Carrie Stewart Robin Twlng Katherine Welch Jackie Wells Steven Wells Andrew West Harold Wlckwlre June Ziegler Nelson Zlnk Pictures - below: Mike Stevens 'CW' uf.,-WVA Inna 5-ia, I I 'f I 15, 1 in Co Z tj A little bigger, bubbly, great friends . In the Middle by Melissa Proctor When you're a freshman, you're the lowest and it's your first year in high school. When you're a junior, you're almost there. And when you're a senior, you're there! But sophomores are stuck. They're in the middle. I feel sorry for them, but they enjoy one bright prospect: next year. Picture - left: President - Sherri Burkhold presxdent - Lrsa Gulotta. treasurer - Ronwy I secretary - Hannah Pedersen. ibn' muh v 'Y I i Mark Amstead Mark Annelll Becky Barnum Andy Bassett Melissa Bassett Steven Bell Charlene Brazie Suzanne Bouthillette Laurie Briggs Sherri Burkholder Bridget Bush Clndy Bush Susan Bush Bruce Bushey QABJ Kurt Callahan John Carney Michele Carr Christine Cartlnelli Todd Coon Danielle Cote William Crlne Jeffrey Curtlss Julle Curtlss Thomas Doyle Amelia Esposito Alice Fennell Raymond Ferrln Eric Fischer Theresa Flint David Gauthier Robert Glngras Wllllam Guldl Llsa Gulotta Lisa Hadsell Andy Haecker Donald Handlowlch Karen Hayes Robert Hayman Heather Hatfield Clement Hlls Tracey Hohman Stacey Holst-Grubbe Francine Hughes Lucla lmpoco Ronwyn lves Ginger Johnson Rudra Keller Mellssa Kilmer Glen Klmpel Kenneth Langenback Duane Lanoue Wllllam Lavalette Phlllp LeGeyt Robert Litchfield Richard MacDowell Kathleen MacKenzie Rose Mallory Kelly Marks Dale Martin Mark Mathieu Ted Mlelke Donna Nash QABJ Denis O'Connor Hannah Pedersen Marcia Proctor Davld Provost Todd Ranolde Scott Reeves Brian Rellley James Replogle Thomas Reynolds Todd Rllska Randy Robarge Denise Sadera Beth Seely Heldl Sheldon Susan Smith Wendy Spencer Allen Stalker Cynthla Strlngham Bruce Sullivan Scott Thompson Cheryl Thurston Brian, Warner Gary Warner Scott Welnreb James Welch MaryEllen Welch Danielle West Wesley Wheeler Brian Whlte Wayne Wllklnson Stephanle Wolkensteln Vale Ziegler James Zlgmand Pictures - below: Marylillen Welch 42-4 ' ,fx fix ii, :Q YJ 5,3 . Q . -1,,Wm.uqr 17"J in fn IU- Q- -n-.,l 'Qt , f .ff Wlav 3' Fun-loving, maturing, seniors-to-be Original Thoughts by Judy Wells The juniors are doing a super job this year raising money for the prom. They seem to have come up with ways of raising money the other classes have never thought of. Their class is very together on almost everything. I think they have one of the best classes in the school. Pictures - left: Pre president - Scott S McDonald, secretary sident - Ch S d mit h, treas P P29951 fi ,p 4 J .+- fa-"-V av Viv' Q 1 Q . X 5 A i- f""' '- E ' I 'Y' A O Mark Consollnl Andrew Cote Glenn Curtlss Theresa Dapretto Sara Davidson Star Davis Tammy Davis Roger Duryea Elizabeth Ferrin Merry Germain Frederick Gillette Andre Golden Kelly Granger Brenda Green Linda Green Melissa Green John Hakulln Patrick Hall Sherri Handlowich Adam Hatfield Denise Hervieux Pamela Hewins Marie lmpoco Stephen Jones Joseph Johnston Charles Joyce Alan Killian Lisa Labrecque Jackie Lanoue Deborah Lowry Michael Martin Pamela McDonald Sam Mlchalskl Margaret O'Connor Jamie Ormsbee Janice Ovltt Christine Papp Andrew Pedrettl Ke'lly Pond Stephen Pothul Cheryl Reynolds William Rice Frank Romano Denise Rossi Christine Sadera Amberly Sano Richard Selger Wendy Schneider Karin Shanley Glen Siter Matthew Smith Scott Smith Heather Stapleton Patrick Stanton George Thurston Lynette Warner Myron Wartella Douglas Wells Jane Wells Richard West Donald Whitbeck David Wittnebert 55 n 1 no , 'Q A W Alu iii s r O J 5 iff Q ai ,'Y AC " ". as ' I "R AI f - . . 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Cheri Lynne Briggs, 2-19-64, Park Ridge, IL: BsktblMgr 2, ClsOf 23-Sec, XCntry 1, DrvrEd 2, FldHk 3, HnrR1 1234, LitClb 3, NHS 345, StuCncl 4-VPres, StuAid 4, StuRepSchCm 34, Yrbk 4. Karen Camp, 1-13-64, Great Barrington, MA. Peter R. Cartlnelll, 7-31-64, Great Barrington, MA, Bsbl 1234, Bsktbl 1, DrvrEd 3, Play 4, Wrstlng 3, ArtClb 34, Socc 4-Cpt, IntmlSpts 1234. Marvin Henry Caslvant, 7-3-64, Great Barrington, MA, AvClb 4, Bsbl 1234, XmasTea 3, XCntry 1, DrvrEd 2, HnR1 1234, NHS 34- Treas 4, Play 4, Wrstlng 1234, ClsOf 1234-Treas, ArtClb 34, Socc 4- Cpt, lntmlSpts 1234. Pamela Jean Chrlstman, 4-11-64, Great Barrington, MA, Chrldng 12-Co-Cpt 2, XmasTea 3, DrvrEd 2, FIdHk 3, Hnrl 1234, LitClb 3, NHS 234-Sec 4, Prom 3, StuCurCom 1234, StuCncl 234-Pres 4, StuAid 4, Yrbk 4, Hkng Clb 34. Todd F. Clark, 4-11-64, Pittsfield, MA, Bsbl 1234, Bsktbl 12, DrvrEd 2, Ftbl 1, HnRl 2, Prom 3, StuAid 3, Yrbk 4, ArtClb 3, Socc 4, Intml Spts 34, GmngClb 1234. steven Paul core, 4-23-64, Madison, NJ, and 1, Bsbl 1, DrvrEd 3, Frbi 2, Play 2. Richard Crlne, 6-29-63, Great Barrington, MA, DrvrEd 2. Sandra Delmollno, 12-18-64, Great Barrington, MA: Bnd 12, DrvrEd 3, Chrldng 4. Jane C. Dougherty, 2-15-64, Port Chester, NY, Bsktbl 1234, DrvrEd 2, LitClb 3, Sftbl 12. William Edward Doyle, 10-20-64, New Rochelle, NY, DrvrEd 3, Nwsppr 4-MgngCoEdtr, Play 34, Yrbk 4, GymShw 34, IntmSpts 34. Mark Joseph Drablk, 6-29-64, Holyoke, MA: XmasTea 3, XCntry 12, DrvrEd 3, Nhrl 1234, LitClb 34, NHS 34, Nwsppr 4, Play 34, Prom 3, StuAid 1, StuGvtRep 23, Wrstlng 123, Yrbk 4-ExecEd, Gym Shw 34, CntyQz 1234, As SchMtchWts 234, AnswrsPls 234, CrntEvts 1234-CoCpt, HkngClb 34. Denise Dufault, 10-26-64, New York City, NY, DrvrEd 3, GymShw 234. N'-...av d Denise Marie Durkln, 12-4-64, Queens, NY, Bsbl 1-Mgr, XmasTea 3, ClsOf 4-Sec. DrvrEd 3, HnRl 3, Prom 3, StuAid 3. Kelly Sue Elchstedt, 10-1-64, Great Barrington, MA, Bsbl 3, Xmas- Tea 3, DrvrEd 3, NhRl 2, LitClb 3, Play 34, Prom 3-Chrmn, StuR- epSchCm 3, Yrbk 4 Mark A. Elchstedt, 10-21-64, Great Barrington, MA. Bill J. Fennell, 9-9-63, Great Barrington, MA, Bsbl 1, XCntry 123, Drvr Ed 2, StuTu 3. Orville Jason Garrett, 7-31-64, Hudson, NY, DrvrEd 3, Ftbl 1, Hnrl 124, KyClb 1, Socc 4. James Kenneth Gauthier, 10-2-64, Great Barrington, MA, Bsbl 234, Bsktbl 4, XmasTea 3, DrvrEd 3, KyClb 1, Prom 3, StuCncl 12, Yrbk 4. Q 1:--p its 'ID -J 'Q 0' rf fra -Y i M1115 'J , t'!'j 'Sw "1 Deborah Jane Goewey, 2-16-63, Great Barrington, MAQ DrvrEd 2, HnRl 3, Prom 3. Mary Ann Goewey, 3-15-64, Great Barrington, MA. Carolyn Jean Goss, 10-22-65, Arcadia, CA, Early Graduate, ClsOf 2-VPres, XCntry 12-Mng, HnRl 124, Play 4, Wrstlng 1-Mng, Yrbk 4. Thomas M. Green, 12-21-62, Pittsfield, MA. David Parry Guldl, 7-17-63. Great Barrington, MA, HnR1 3. Stefan H. Haecker, 4-15-64, Great Barrington, MA, Bsktbl 13, XCntry 123, DrvrEd 3, Prom 3. Gregory Alan Hakulln, 12-25-63, Great Barrington, MA, DrvrEd 2, Ftbl 1, Lynn Marie Handlowlch, 3-29-64, Fort Meade, MD. Lisa Jean Hitchcock, 6-12-64, Great Barrington, MA. Brian Christian Hohman, 12-18-63, Queens, NY, Bsbl 2, Bsktb! 2- Mng, DrvrEd 2, HnRl 12, KyClb 1, Play 234, Prom 3, StuAid 12, Wrstlng 1, Yrbk 4, DrmClb 23, ArtClb 234. Danette Marie Holst-Grubbe, 7-7-64, Sharon, CT, DrvrEd 4, Nwsppr 4, Play 4, StuAid 34, Yrbk 4, GymShw 4. Jullet Anne Hughes, 12-17-63, Port-of-Spain, TrinidadfTobago, Post-graduate flst semesterl, DrvrEd 4, Nwsppr 4. Rosanne'V. lversen, 11-17-64, Queens, NY, AvClb 3, Bsktbl 234- Mng, Chrldng 1, XmasTea 3, DrvrEd 3, FldHk 123, HrRl 1234, KyClb 1, LitClb 3-Sec, Nwsppr 4-Ed, Play 234, Prom 3, Yrbk 4-Editor in Chief, DrmClb 23, GymShw 234, Socc 4, GmngClb 4. Tammy Jean Jervas, 3-26-64, Great Barrington, MA, DrvrEd 3, HnR1 1234, Prom 3, Sftbl 1234, StuTu 3, Yrbk 4, Socc 4-Cpt. James M. Koneazny, 7-5-64, Sharon, CT, DrvrEd 4, StuTu 12. Karen Ann Kradel, 4-30-64, Great Barrington, MA, Bnd 1234-Pres- 4, Bskbl 1234, XmasTea 3, ClsOf 13-Sec 1,VPres 3, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1234, NHS 34, Nwsppr 4, Play 24, Prom 3, Sftbl 1234, StuAid 4, StuRepSch Cm 2, StuTu 3, Yrbk 4-ExeEd. Susan Marie LeGeyt, 9-19-64, Gt. Barrington, MA, Bnd 1234, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 34, LitClb 3, Play 234, Yrbk 4, Socc 4-Mgr John Pierce Lehmbeck, 11-26-64, Freeport, NY, Bnd 1234, DrvrEd 3. Dallyn A. Macchi, 8-4-64, Adams, MA, Bsktbl 23, Play 4, Prom 3, Sftbl 12, StuTu 3, Socc 4. Douglas Mike Main, 4-6-63, Hartford, CT, XCntry 1234-Cpt-34, DrvrEd 2, Prom 3, Wrstlng 1234-Cpt 34. James Michael Makuc, 12-14-64, Pittsfield, MA, Bnd 1234-Mng 34, Tres 34, Bsbl 12, DrvrEd 3, HnRI 1234, NHS 234-Pres 4, Prom 3, StuCurCom 1234, StuCncl 3, StuAid 4, Wrstlng 1234, Yrbk 4-ExeEd, CrntEvts 1234-CoCpt 1234, GmngClb 1234, SchMtchWts 234, AnswrsPls 234-Cpt 34. Del F. Mintz, 6-6-63, Pittsfield, MA, Transfer Student, Bsbl 1234, Bsktbl 34, ClsOf 12-VPres, HnRl 34, StuCncl 12, SkiTm 123-Cpt 23, Socc 123. Charles E. Muller, 7-3-63, Hartford, CT, DrvrEd 3, Ftbl 1. , if ,rl ,so E ' 1 1. 4. -,-. 3 1, 'YS' . 1 4 'W is 39 Evelyn Margaret 0'Brien, 4-30-64, Great Barrington. Karen Faye Ovltt, 2-29-64, Great Barrington, MA, DrvrEd 3, Prom 3, Play 4, StuCncl 34, StuAid 4, ArtClb 23. Michael Charles Ovltt, 8-10-64, Great Barrington, MA, Bsbl 1234, ClsOf 12-VPres 1, Pres 2, XCntry 1234-Cpt 4, DrvrEd 3, NhRl 3, Prom 3, StuCncl 34, StuGvtRep 3, Wrstlng 23, StuAdvCncl 34. Donald T. Percy, 11-15-64, Great Barrington, MA: HnRl 3. James William Perry, 9-4-64, Lance, Ml. Lisa A. Plckert, 2-24-64, Sharon, CT, Chrldng 12, Prom 3, StuAid 34, ArtClb 23. Jennifer Ann Pothul, 5-7-64, Great Barrington. Melissa Kathleen Proctor, 9-19.64, Pittsfield, MA, XmasTea 3, ClsOf 3'Pres. DrvEd 3. HnRl 1234, LitClb 4, NHS 34, Play 4, Prom 3, Yrbk 4, Crntlivts 234, TVQTm 34. Jim J. Pulerl. 1-14-64, Pittsfield, MAQ Bsbl 1234, ClsOf 14-Pres 14, DrvrEd 2, HnRl 14, Play 12, StuAid 4, BysStRep 3, StuGvtAlt 4. Susan Renate Rhoades, 7-20-64, Great Barrington, MA, DrvrEd 3, Prom 3. Bryan D. Rueger, 11-17-63, Great Barrington, AvClb 4, Bnd 123, Bsbl 1234. Bsktbl 1234JVCapt 3, DrvrEd 2. HnRl 1, Prom 3. Debra Marie Ann Sadera, 7-25-64, Great Barrington, MA, Bnd 1234-Sec 4, Bsbl Mgr 234. Chrldng 1234'CoCapt 3 Capt 4, XCntry 23, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 4, Play 4, Prom 3, Sftbl 1, StuAid 2, Yrbk 4, GymShw 234. Senior Portraits, by Valley Michael Kevin Salzmann, 12-26-64, Great Barrington, MA, HnRl 1, Nwsppr 4, StuCncl 2, Yrbk 4. Robert Mathew Selger, 3-464, Great Barrington, MA, Bsbl 2, Bsktbl 1234, DrvrEd 2, Ftbl 1. Kim M. Shortls, 3-15-64, Great Barrington, MA, DrvrEd 2, Prom 3. Sally Sue Soudant, 7-14-64, Great Barrington, MA, AvClb 3, Bnd 1234, Bsktbl Mgr 14, XmasTea 3, DrvrEd 3, FlclHk 123, HnRl 1234, Nwsppr 4, Play 24, Prom 3, Sftbl 1234, StuAid 2, Yrbk 4, GymShw 234, Socc 4. Deborah Lee Stevens, 7-10-64, Great Barrington, MA, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 23, Prom 3, StuAid 3. Howard Justus Swanson, 2-26-64, Sharon, CT, Bsbl 234, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1, Socc 4. Alice A. Watson, 6-23-64, Great Barrington, MA, Bsktbl 12, DrvrEd 3, Nwsppr 4. April Jean Wells, 4-20-64, Northhampton, MA, Bsbl Mgr 3, Xmas- Tea 3, DrvrEd 2, LitClb 3, Play 234, Prom 3, Yrbk 4. Judy Sue Wells, 9'6-64, Pittsfield, MA, Bnd 1234, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 12, Prom 3, Yrbk 4. Terrie Lynn Wells, 9-1-63, Charlette, MI, Bnd 1234, Bsbl Mgr 3, DrvrEd 2, Play 4, Prom 3, Yrbk 4. Timothy R. Whalen, 7-3-64, Great Barrington, MA, ClsOf 4-VPres, Prom 3. Linda Marie Whitbeck, 6-3-64, Hudson, NY, DrvrEd 3, Sftbl 1234, Socc 4. 55, , 1, , p..,g'.xf, - r, "ll .-5 wb in--. JP N a I 9'5- K. . 41 s Mr M,.2,:L,-fi, - - . - vi au.. ,. -, . . Springfield, MA vc Y ha 5 P" Fil Q W 5. I 'x X Joseph Wllklnson, 41-64, Great Barrington, MA. John Joseph Wright, 8-6-64, Pittsfield, MA, Bsktbl 34, XCntry 3, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 14, LitClb 34, Play 4, Prom 3, Yrbk 4. Llnda Gall Wright, 6-21-64, Elizabethtown, NC, Bsktbl 1234, ClsOf 2-VPres, DrvrEd 2, Play 4, Sftbl 1, Yrbk 4. Laurie Beth Wuorl, 4-5-64, Sheffield, MA, Bnd 1234-VPres 4, Bskbl 1234-Capt 2, Xmas Tea 33 DrvrEd 2, HnRl 1234, Play 4, Prom 3, Sftbl 1234, StuTu 4, Yrbk 4- BusMgr. Davld Ziegler, 6-24-64, Pittsfield, MA. Steven M. Zlnk, 6-25-64, Pittsfield, MA, DrvrEd 3. 5-9' c A F Candlds - Opposite page: Clockwise from top: Alice Watson-Hanging aroundg Jim Makuc-Jimmy come blow your horng Mike Blume-ls this neces- sary?g Marvin Casivant-ls this a good pose?g Danny Abbott-Catching up on the news, Pictured below: Clockwise from top: Orvie Garrett-Working out on the wheelg Linda Whitbeck-Truly intellectualg Evie O'Brien-Study hall againlg Bill Doyle-Logic violation againlg Jesse Pensoneault-Kind of cold out hereg Jane Dougherty-Hey Jane, gotchalg Sandy Delmolino-l'Il get it yetg Lisa Pickert and Karen Ovitt-Rembrandt and Picasso Reincarnated. V, . ,..-q. 7, V -I .fi I -1 Ji' ' J Q i." 41 el ., 1 U. b l Q,f" Li-:L '. p' The Best It Possibly Can by -1 ' "Q, Our administration should be praised for all the trouble they go through. They work very hard to keep our school the best it possibly can be. There is really no doubt that they care what happens to the students and want them to succeed. Mr. Thomas A. Consolatl Mr. Raymond F. Chamberland, Jr. MI- Dlvid W- Pottle Superintendent Supervising Principal! Director Occupational Education 7-12 Asst. Supervising Principal 5-12 Asst. Supervisor, Grades 7-12 1981-82 School Committee Mrs. Susan M. Kormanik lAlfordJ Mrs. Linda Bellizzi QEgremontl Mrs. Frances M. Turner lEgremonti Mr. Joseph R. Burkholder, chairman lMontereyi Mrs. Judith S. Thompson QNew Marlboroughj Mr. James H. Stevens lNew Marlborough! Mr. William Bradford QSheffieldi Mrs. Holly G. Coon QSheffieldD Mr. James R. Miller KSheffieldD Mrs. Maureen S. Seward CSheffieldD Dr. P haflroff Mr. Rennald Graber Speci ds Administrator Student Governance Monitor st s 5-8 Counts Five Times by Debbie Stevens Faculty. What a scarey word. They always have something for you to do - just another problem. Homework, homework, homework. Sometimes they are bearers of terrible messages: "You've just flunked a test that counts five times." mcurrv - 1981-1982 Dale L. Alden, AA, BA, MEd, 5-6 AIRS. Leo D. Alvares, BSEd, 5-6 AIRS, coach quiz team. Kathleen A. Archey, BS, Business. Donald R. Blanchard, BS, Sped. Pamela B. Brehm, BA, MS, Home Ec. Marcia E. Brolli, BA, English, advisor SophClsfLitJournal J. Scott Cary, BA, English, graduation advisor. Gail G. Cerruto, BS, 5th grade. Sandra Jeanne Christman, aide. Edgar L. Davis, BA, MEd, EnglishDeptChrmn, yearbookfNHSfgrad advisor. Deborah R. Desi, BS, MS, PhysEd, advisor JrClsfSki Clubfgymnastics. Donna M. Drew, BFA, Art K-6, advisor Art Club. Robert L. Dunham, BS, Math, advisor AviationClb. J. Wayne Eline, BS, MS, ScienceDeptChrmn. Robert M. Gauthier, AB, Social studies, head coach baseballfadvisor StuCncl. Gail A, Gernat, BS, MA, CAGS, Business. William A. Gillooly, BA, 7-8 Social studies, coach cross-country Susan D. Gventer, BA, MS, Resource teacher. James C. Herlihy, BA, MA, CAGS, Social StudiesDeptChrmn, advisor SnrCls. Dora J. Hinsch, BS, 5th grade. David F. Irvine, BS, Science, advisor backpacking, EMT sports. Patricia A. Jaouen, BA, 7-8 English. Wayne A. Joseph, BS, SpeechfLanguage Therapy, president SBREA. Joseph L. Kelley, BA, MEd, Science, advisor SBREA magazine drive. Anne M. Kennedy, BA, 5th grade. Martha A. Kerber, BA, Art, advisor Art Club, graduation. Randall L. Koldys, BS, 7-8 Science, head coach girls' basketball. Edward H. Kollmer, BS, MS, GermanfMath, advisor GamingClb. Robert M. Krol, BA, MA, Guidance supervisor, coach sftblfadv nwsprfSchStr. Richard A. Kuzia, BS, MA, 6th grade math. Allen Lampman, BS, Music 1-6. director elementary band. Donald J. Lucy, BBA, Math, advisor 7-8 StuCouncilfJrCls. Joseph D. McDonald, Jr., AA, coach JV sftblfGrlsBsktbl. Paul A. Menin, BA, 7-8 Social studies, drivers ed, advisor SltCrClb. George Milukas, BA, 7-8 Math, advisor GamingClb. Virginia J. Moritz, BA, MA, Behavioral Science. Paul W. O'Brien, BS, Science, health coordinator. John C. Peron, BA, Foreign languagesDeptChrmn. Emilie S. Piper, BA, MA, MLS, Librarian. Marc T. Porrovecchio, BA, Art. Alfred R. Proiette, BS, MS, Physical education, head coach wrestling. Mark E. Raskind, BS, MEd, MathDeptChrmn, advisor quiz teamfFreshCls. C. Wayne Seavey, BS, Manager of Athletics and Physical Education. Laurie E. Seitz, BS, SpecialEd, resource room teacher. Welles, H, Sellew, Jr., Occupational ed - building structures, Steve R. Shifnadel, BA, MA, 7-8 English. Elizabeth J. Simon, BA, MEd, Guidance, advisor RdgClbfXmasPrtyfNwsppr. Steven A. Small, BA, MA, 5-6 AIRS, 5-6 LangArtsCoordinator Janice L. Storti, BEd, MA, English, advisor SnrCls. Dante Testa, BS, Industrial arts - arch. drafting. Lea Stowe Vachon, BA, MSSS, Sped, school adjustment counselor. Myron M. Wartella, BS, MM, Music, director of bands. MaryAlice Welch, BA, MEd, Foreign language, advisor SophClsftennis. Alan M. Zablonski, BS, Industrial arts. A ., , ' ig . fi ' lr - ., 7 -Q? -J Qui I z 5 . -.-"N . I rf "f?f?:3 1 1 ' v 4 1 ' l 'E Ln Jfl A-X 'x 1--.f Ni" 5' J ' Q- 7 ilk. C .ln ,., 5,11 -As. f, K' N-Q L Mr. Alvares Mlss Archey Mr. Blanchard Mrs. Brehm Mr. Cary Mrs. Cerruto Mr. Davls Mrs. Desi Mr. Dillon Mrs. Drew Mr. Dunham Mr. Gauthier Mlss Gernat Mr. Glllooly Ms. Gventer Mr. Herllhy Miss Hlnsch Mrs. Jaouen Mr. Kelley Mrs. Kennedy Mrs. Kerber Mr. Koldys Mr. Kollmer Mr. Krol Mr. Kuzla Mr. Lampman Mr. Lucy Mr. McDonald Mr. Menln Mr. Mllulras Mrs. Moritz Mr. 0'Brlen Mr. Peron Mrs. Piper Mr. Ponovecchlo Mr. Prolette Mr. Raslslnd Mr. Seavey Mrs. Seltz Ms. Simon Mr. Small Mrs. Stortl Mrs. Welch Mr. Zablonslrl 47 07' i Top: Mrs. Boardman, Mrs. Bodnar, Mrs Koneazny, Mrs. Pedersen: middle: Mrs Rokos, Mrs. Streeter, Mrs. Thurston. Mrs Ullrichg bottom: Mrs. Wartella, Nurse Wil- cox, Nurse Wright. Where Credit Is Due by Tammy J ervas The personnel, what they must go through to keep this school in order. They handle the announcements, absentees, report cards, health, maintenance, food preparation, and organization of school activities. They sure do a heck of a lot if you think about it. We should be grateful for their unnoticed and sometimes unrewarding efforts. Pictures - top left: Cafeteria Staff - Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Klahn, Mrs. Robarge, Mrs. Gleason, Mrs. Boteze - Supervi- sor. Top right: Mr. Rooney sets up chairs for graduation. X - ,,y1'..y pf., 4. - A num? . 4 -Qtr Pictures - top left: Kelly Granger. Denise Sadera, Marcia Proctor, Debi Saaera, and Peggy O Connor - Uo a cneer at the pep rallyg Mrs. MacDonald - Gives graduation speech while Mr. Chamberland listensg MaryEllen Welch. Lisa Gulotta and Jane Wells - Members of Pep band. Middle left: Scene from the horse show field tripg Evelyn Smith - Graduation processiong Mr. Wartella leads the class of '81 in their class song. Bottom left: Mr. Shiminski - addresses the National Honor Societyg Mrs. MacDonald, Mr. Chamberland and Mrs. Turner - Lead the procession of graduatesg Debi Sadera - gives a cheer at the pep rally. I 'a 1 .. .35 his Layout' Karen Kradel Pictures - top left: Pam Christman - Takes a break. Middle left: Danny Abbott - Hard at work: Mike Main - Really intenseg Billy Rice - Building Structures. Far right top: Cheri Briggs - Her typical snicker. Below: Tammy Jervas - Using her time. Bottom left: Linda Whitbeck - Bewilderedg Mary Goewey - Not too shyg Jim Gauthier - All by himselfg Jim Puleri - Attempting to write. Circles - left: James Welch. Right: Mr. Kollmer. ,tl x. 1 ' ,l fa? U, ' fo," 4 gi. .'g,'v .D- I 5.5m-s. al." M be, MLK Mill I-louse Clothler Ashley Falls Antiques Route 23, South Engremont, Route 7A, Ashley Falls MA 01258 413-528-0705 x . 1 'SFF q"' gf , I A -HC if .H il The Old Mill Bar Parlor and Restaurant Route 23, South Egremont, MA 01258 413-528-1421. 'NGQL 4 L, V- L Congratulations from Greenfield? Glft 8 Card Gt. Barrington Distinctive Gifts For Every Graduate Engraving on Premises . H A , - 13 l s X e Y he , 5.1, ,A 0 -- - A F 'dx ,L 1 , 6 l X l Q . t 1 . .. C " X: - -1 D4 . .. Q . 'in 3, .om . ' Li' ,gn-.1-xr-e5h,l:'?' ' Curriculum by John Wrlght The curriculum at Mt. Everett is, for the most part, very enlightening. Each class is filled with new challenges and learning experiences which are constantly preparing us for the days which will come after high school. We may not appreciate our curriculum in school now, but later in life we will be glad we had it. i . 3-Q fivf' ,,f" Xff Layout: Tammy Jervas Q' 3 Q' In Gulottfs Mobil Elm Court Inn Krol Jewelers Main Street Joseph 8: Catherine Mueller For that "Touch of Class" Sheffield, MA Continental Cuisine 8 Railroad Street Gt. Barrington, MA 413-229-2304 Route 71 North Egremont 01230 ' Mass, 01252 Pam Kml 1413i 528-9113 413-528-0325 I I 'Xl 'PbB'S YT ,L f! Y ski- Plctures - top: Student Council - Mr. Gauthier, Pam Christman - President, Cheri Briggs - Vice President, Mike Ovitt, Karen Ovitt - Secretary, Steven Jones, Janice Ovitt, Lynn Warner, Sherri Burkholder, Heidi Sheldon, Marcia Proctor, Jimmy Welch, Cindy Hewins, Carrie King, Below: Representatives to School Committee - Cheri Briggs, Pam McDonald, Margaret O'Connor, Sherri Burkholder, Hannah Pedersen, 1 Laddie Garrett, Kim Choquette. Top left: Yearbook staff members ab- sent from original photo - Bill Doyle-activities editor and Sue LeGeyt- - graphics editor. Refer to page one. ' s.",I Y Proctor, Jim Makuc Christman - Secreta advisor Mr. Davis. Advisory Council - 54 Ms- M. .,Jof.-1n.ai"fl5u' Pictures - left: National Honor Society - Karen Kradel, Cheri Briggs - Vice-President, Melissa Mark Drabik, Peggy O'Connor. Pam Marvin Casivant - Treasurer, and and alternate Sherri Burkholder. Pictures - top: 7th and 8th grade Student Council - Dawn Ovitt, John Pickert, Randy Burkholder, Norman Stalker, Donna Nourse, Carol Wilkinson, Kara Sheldon, Robert Johnson, Michelle Brigham, Shannon Seward, Michelle Grotz, Penny Christman, Joe Krol, Below: Student Curriculum - Sherri Burkholder, Peggy O'Connor, Jim Makuc, Pam Christman, Absent: Mr. Pottle - advisor. 1 - N - President. ry. Absent - ""' Left: Student Michael Ovitt Wheeler 8 Taylor, lac. Insurance 8: Real Estate Sheffield, Massachusetts 413-229-8064 Pictures - below: Gymnastics Show -Rosanne lversen, Chris Spagnuolo, Michelle Brigham, Christin McAllister, Lisa Shlovski, Linda Perry. Lisa Menin, Robin Twing, Lisa Romano, Mark Drabik, Patty Watson, Betsy Crine. Cindy Bush, Becky Bush, Ronwyn Ives, Sally Soudant. Absent - Advisor-Mrs. Desi 5.0-' - , . . 1- 1 . ' - . Pictures - below: Current Events - lkneelingl Mike Salzmann, Jim Makuc, Mark Drabik, Melissa Proctor. Del Mintz. Todd Clark. lstandingl Mark Consolini, Myron Wartella, Mike Bradley, Richard Seiger, Scott Smith, Richard McDowell, Ray Ferrin, Cindy Stringham, Becky Barnum and Sherri Burkholder. Absent - Advisor-Mr, Herlihy 21 Mr. Krol. Peter 'n Paula Cards 8: Gifts Barrington Plan row: Mr. Kollmer - Advisor, Sean Smith, Jim Makuc and Rosanne lversen. Right: School Store - lseatedl Ro- sanne lversen, Tammy Jervas, Denise Rossi. fstandingl Becky Barnum, Todd Clark, Karen Hayes. Absent- Advisor- Plctures - top left: Newspaper Staff - lkneelingi Alice Watson. Denise Durkin, Pam Christman. Becky Barnum. Cindy Bush. Sherri Burkholder. and Peggy O'Connor. lstandingl Abigail Muskrat. Shannon Sew- ard, Rosie Lahart, Penny Christman. Karen Kradel, Michelle Grotz. Kara Sheldon. Michelle Brigham, Cindy Stringham, Rosanne lversen, Mike Salzmann, Debbie Stevens, Bridget Bush. Karen Hayes. Sally Soudant and Danette Holst-Grubbe. Absent advisors- Mr. Krol and Mrs. Simon. Top: Absent Newspaper Staff- Tracey Hohman, Bill Doyle, Juliet Hughes. Bonnie Chaffee. Sue Eline, Gregory Carpenter, Angela Ranzoni. Bot- tom left: Art Club - Brian Hohman, Rosie Lahart, Marcus Peeze, Terri Beattie, Shannon Seward. Scot French, Michelle Brigham, Penny Christman, Michelle Grotz, Kevin Gilligan, Debbie Aragi. Absent- advisor- Mrs. Kerber, Pictures - middle left: Gaming Club - lseatedl Jimmy Welch, Mark Drabik, - Donald Whitbeck, Todd Clark and Kurt Callahan. lstandingl First row - Mal- colm Braverman, Gianni Chigine, Greg Siter, Scott French, Jill Reynolds, Ricky White, Mark Candee, Robert Johnston. Second row: Billy Grady, Doug Wells, Josh Lowman, Dean Durante. Third IIS . oo- . X , -rn E . 3'4- ' 3 55 , s lk " it--f .. . ., 1 D! I Q A R X S -Q1-57" ' -- VA ,Ln- i A l l- 'W 'L' . 7 d,,,4c W .w fxfQ is ...,., S. " :av-v . . r ,fl 0 A" A 4 'Q' ir. - L. s I iw- " 5' il. n. ' i'VI'l". ?K'5, 1. ,"" 5 5 , Y 1 ' c'.L ' i Band Berkshire GMC Inc. Sheffield Road Gt. Barrington, MA JSI: sr ' Pictures - first row Cleft - right - Mark Wright, Theresa Wells, Sherri Burkholder, Karen Kradel - President, Laurie Beth Wuori - Vice President, Chris Sadera, Sabrina Chapin, Myron Wartella, Mark Consolini, MaryEllen Welch. Second row: Eric Perry, David Consolini, David Smith, Pam McDonald, Judy Wells, Sandy Delmolino, Debi Sadera - Secretary, Marie lmpoco, Sally Soudant, Susan LeGeyt. Third row: Joe Krol, June Hotal- ing, Dan LeBrecque, Kara Sheldon, Maureen Litchfield, Debbie Guarnieri, Robin Twing, Hannah Pedersen. Katherine Welch. Christine Emorimo. Fourth row: Lisa Gulotta. Brenda Sequel Secretarial Service Best Wishes Graduates From Meadow Street Lakeville, Connecticut Olt oi Hall' lBetween Lakeville and Salisburyl 81 Mahi St. 203-435-2687 Mon-Fri 9-4 Gt. Barrington, HA IBM Electronic and Selectric Typewriters Gestetner Electronic Stencil Imager AB. Dick Mimeograph 'fi D f f U Y 1 f if' .-1 I, P. I ,I fin' 'T'..f'5- J , 0' ' ' K 4 , c We ., ' -' -1 Y -mr I sk. Raimer, Steven Jones, Dan Goss, Dean Durant, Ray Ferrin, Malcolm Braverman, Michelle ' ' ' ' Fifth w:Jane Grotz, Ellen Boardman, Michelle Chapin, Laurie Aragi, Mark Bredenfoerder. ro ll K t C llahan Randy Burkholder Mark Candee Katy Bradley, Monika Pizzichemi, We s, ur a , , , Kelly VanDeusen, Kelly Hayes, Lesley LeGeyt, Jean Pottle, Patty Watson. Sixth row: Mike ' ' J hn Wells, Heather Doyle, Abigail Muskrat, Eileen Jones, Karen LeGeyt. Absentee s: o L h b k Jim Makuc - Treasurer, Christine Cartinelli, Melissa Kilmer, Cathy Hall, Mike e m ec , Lehmbeck, Sean Smith, Terri Beattie, Chris Gunther, Fred Speyer, Stephanie Wolkenstein, Becton Dickinson Canaan, Connecticut Quality products for the medical profession An Equal Opportunity Employer Ml F 57 I i I ' 1 Momataro The Senior Class of Mount Everett presents The 1981 Story-Theatre Playoffs! Thursday and Friday April 2 and 3, 1981 Bill Doyle ..,. Brian Hohman . Tracey Hohman Patti Batacchl . . . Ted Batacchl . . Mark Drablk ..... . . . Old Woman ........,.OldMan ............,,.Ogre . . Lord Brlndled Dog , , ............ Narrator Lord Pheasant of the Moor eight 0 clock p'In' Sam Michalskl .,,. Lord Monkey of the Mountain Nancy Soudant .................. Ogre Mary Anne Sullivan . . . ...... Ogre Kathy Jo Wartella , . . V. . . Momataro A Great Time Working Together by Rosanne lversen Last year's play was the greatest that I have seen at Mt. Everett. The audience looked on with great interest during "Momotaro" and laughed heartily during "Alice". Much credit is due to our directors Jenny and Jessie Lord, along with the great group of kids we had to work with. I hope the successof this play inspired other kids to join next year's so they can learn what a great time a bunch of Mt. Everett kids can have when they work together. Alice Patti Batacchl . . . Bill Doyle ..... Mark Drabik ,... Kelly Eichstedt . . . Tracey Hohman , . Rosanne lversen . . Susan LeGeyt .... Joanne Lemmerman Kevin McLaughlin Aron Mlchalskl .... Sam Michalski . . . Heidi Sheldon . . . Cindy Strlngham . Nancy Soudant . . . Tasha Vlall ....., Michael Wadman . Kathy Jo Wartella Jean Wells ...... .........Guard Mad Hatter Narrator Cat Uuryj .,........Jury March Hare Cook . . . . . White Rabbit Knave Queen of Hearts . . . . Sam the Lizard Guinea Pigl Alice Doormouse . . . . . Guinea Pig II . King of Hearts ..........,Jury Cat Uuryl XX Congratulations Class RAYNOR'S BEARINGS 8 SUPPLIES INC. MAPLEWOOD FABRICS INC. Congratulations to the Class of 1982 of '82 47 Railroad St. Old Route 37 DURYEA HOME REPAIR EGREMONT Gt, Barrington, MA Ashley Falls, MA 01722 So. Egremont, MA CONTRACTORS. INC. South Egremont, MA - X 14131 528-0960 Tel. 14137 229-8767 Layouti Mark Drabik Pictures - top left: Jean Wells and Kelly Eichstedt - Ferocious felines, Top right: The cast of Moma- taro. Bottom middle: Michael Wadman - The King of Hearts. Bottom right: Aron Michalski, Michael Wad- man, Joanne Lemmerman and Mark Drabik - ln Alice. ff i Best Wishes to the Senior Class from CUSTOM EXTRUSION. INC. l-,UK - Qkg .f"'f'bs 'uni , D 1. , -fi . -:J rg 4 X f l f ' l l-lARPER'S REXALL PHARMACY MT- EVEBETT I-UMBER INC- 2g7 Main St- Lumber and Building Materials and Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 Hardware Cement - Paints - Exxon Fuel Oil 523.0291 Sheffield, MA 01257 60 3 fr MAIIAIWE JEWELERS Diamonds - watches - rings Jewelry - Samsonite luggage Lenox China and Crystal Ear Piercing - Engraving Canaan, Ct. 06018 f-.tr - :1- ,V t. i 1 I t I 4 . 1 1 n f 2 1 '- 'f Y I -' o ,fl ,K v 'li. . -: gs QQ ff? '- u. ' ' ' .W r' ' - " . . sn . ' it by f Pictures - top left: Merry Ger- main and Robert Seigerg Karen Ovitt and Donald Chase. Right ftopl: Rusty Case. Janice Ovitt and Marvin Casivant. Right Ibottoml: An- nouncement of prom king. prom queen, and court - Wendy Gunn. GLAMOUR HUTTE 177 Main St. Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 Prop.: Ann Katt 528-0360 3 l it -ZS ,,r:a P file l'll Remember "The Best Of Times" by John Wright Nov. 6 - The Mt. Everett prom last year was like stepping into a magical world - seeing all my friends dressed magnifi- cently, dining in the beauti- ful dining room, and danc- ing in the elegantly deco- rated ballroom at the Hil- ton, and hearing the rock band playing good, loud mu- sic. l hope that this year's prom will be just as nice since this is my last year at Mt. Everett. Layout: Carolyn Goa cia McDonald, Patti Batacchi - queen, Jon Beattie, Kevin McLaugh- lin and Jean Wells. Far Right: Ruth Pino and Kevin McLaughlin. Bot- tom Left: Prom court - iseatedl Eric Smith - king, Patti Batacchi - queeng istandingi Wendy Gunn, Mat- thew Eline, Patricia McDonald, Jon Beattie, Krista Stanton, and Kevin McLaughlin, King Eric Smith and Queen Patti Batacchi dance to "The Best of Times"g Melissa Proctor and James Makuc. Circles: Eric Smith and Patti Batacchi - prom king and queen, OLD EGREMONT STORE LANE LAND SURVEYS, INC. North Egremont, MA R.F.D. -ffl Box 18 Sheffield, MA 01257 Leonce A. Roger Ill l413l 229-3440 .I 'K ' 'V x J 1 . ' H -1. 1' ', ig,-gf . wg-gat, f I' , ' . ""4 1-L ....1..1..-- l i 'i L. Congratulations to the Class of 1982 WUORl'S GARAGE General Auto Repair Major Muffler Dealer County Road, Sheffield, MA Bill Wuori, Owner C4131 229-8047 THE BOOKLOFT New and Used Books Barrington Plaza Gt. Barrington, MA 528-1512 Pictures - top rlgbt: Jim Puleri - Ready to throw: Eric Smithr- Ready to go, Del Mintz - "Just hit one to me l dare youz"g Perer Cartinelli - "He'll never even touch it." Middle right: Jim Gauthier, Marvin Casivant, Buddy Chase, and Joe McDonald - Waiting their turn, Peter Cartinelli - Preparing to hit, Todd Clark - Makes the playg Buddy Chase - A fierce swing. PICTURES - BELOW: Varsity Baseball: Standing - Mgr. Jean Wells, Todd Clark, David Whitbeck, Marvin Casivant, Peter Cartinelli, Jim Puleri, Mike Ovitt, Eric Smith, Bryan Reuger, Mark Consolini, Mgr. Debi Sadera. Kneeling - Kelly Eichstedt, Jim Gauthier, Donald Chase, Kyle Shiminski, Del Mintz, Scott Smith, Coach Gauthier. Junior Varsity: Standing - Glenn Curtis, Roger Duryea, Jeff Duchardt, Scott Thompson, Dennis O'Connor, Jay Swanson, Rudi Keiler, Coach Pavoni. Kneeling - Mgr. Terri Wells, Duane Lanoue, Bob Hayman, Todd Ranolde, Ray Ferrin, David Gauthier, Doug Bosworth, Mgr. Denise Sadera. Absent: Karl Zigmand, N1 r' an ,, -. A X' NI 0.31 Y 1' r 4? N a'r04' . ? , . 1 J 1 D ' ' ,rn D4 Q , 'N -.J Y 7 r ' U! I gl if I . i 1-uv: r-"Y. QT: . 5' 4 2" 19,731 . j QE, Left: Kyle Shiminski, Coach Gauthier, Eric Smith, and David Whitbeck - Meeting on the mound. Top: Roger Duryea - Released the pitch, Rudi V Keiler - Coaches first base, Right: Mike Ovitt - ,' , Look at that form! Circles - Left: Eric Smith - - ,. 3" "" ' ff' I ' -I Catching. Center: Coach Gauthier - Returning ' f A ' 9 from the mound. Right: Jim Puleri and David Whit- TT' A beck - A quick pep talk. 'Q MACY 'S GARAGE THE GLASS SHOP Dinner At We provide Mount Everett's Driver Window 8z Plate Glass - Store TJ. S Main St. Ed. car Fronts - Mirrors Full Luncheon 8: Dinner Menu Gt. Barrington, MA Harold J. Beckwith, Prop. 44133 528-0085 so Railroad lsr., Gt. Barrarrgrrrrr, MA 01230 62 11:00 AM. to 1:00 AM. 528-3861 945 South Main St. Gt. Barrington, MA Not Just Another -.4 Team by Jim Perry I f".. I yu I ll!!! MW . Oct. 22 - Here, baseball is where it's at. Q We show our ability in every way we can, whether we win or lose. The other team real- izes that we aren't just a team, we're the "Mt. Everett Team." Next time they had better come prepared, because we'll be more than ready! - , " 4 Baseball 1981 Nl A25 Lee 1-9 A28 Monument Mt. 1-6 A30 Mt. Greylock forfeit' M2 Lenox 6-20 M5 McCann 2-16 M7 Hoosac 1-22 M9 St. Joe 5-16 M12 Wahconah 7-14 M14 Drury 4-20 M16 McCann 1-8 M19 Monument Mt 0-10 M21 Taconlc 2-14 M23 Lenox 1-18 M26 Lee 6-15 'Q M28 Pittsfield 4-17 . W. M30 St. Joe 0-8 . Y 'WINS Layout: Karen Kradel 1 .1 J . wwmwmneeen mnsmxw Asn COMPANY S'f"F'EL" "Em "'C- W X Congratulations Class of 1982 GILLIGAN snos.. INC. Farshaw Office Supply 3 JUDY'S BEAUTY SHED C0nffaCf01'S and Builders P.o. Box 177 - MlCh2ll2 8 Miller Avenue, Sheffield, MA Sheffield, MA 01257 Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 Ladies Fashions G Gifts C4131 229-7937 229-8756 Main Street, Sheffield, MA 01257 Q ' - may 229-zvas 8 63 Kid 54,83 Picture! - right-top: Tammy Jervas - catching, Kim Emprimo - batting, top MaryEllen Welch and Hannah Pedersen - making a play at homeplate, bottom Hannah Pedersen - batting. Right-middle: Patti McDonald and Varsity benchg Wendy Gunn - battingg Chris Sadera and JV benchg MaryEllen Welch - pitching. PICTURES - BELOW: Varsity Softball Standing - Coach Krol, Tammy Jervas, Nanette Kimple, Denise Rossi, Nancy Soudant, Cindy Armstrong, Sally Soudant, Patti Batacchi, Wendy Gunn. Kneeling -Patti McDonald, Kim Emprimo, Krista Stanton, Melissa Joyce, Karen Kradel, Linda Whitbeck, Kelly Johnston, Mgr Pat Stanton, Junior Varsityt Standing - Hannah Pedersen, MaryElIen Welch, Karin Shanley, Chris Sadera, Pam McDonald, Beth Ferrin, Jackie Lanoue, Coach McDonald Kneeling - Sue Hertzberg, Sabrina Chapin, Lucy lmpoco, Lisa Gulotta. Marie lmpoco. Peggy O'Connor Absent' Laurie Wuori 's it S 0 iilmiix '. I .,, - .Y'.5:.-'tuvs n - vi- I , vu. , , . r 1 ... . 1,3551 35. j'f'ff3ic. :i,',2f Q '34 1 lf ' - Hr:- Q r:1,'fsv-:Aswan-1-w,ga-f-3 Y va -1 J Y - -... .1-cfm -. :"',:f'd',.1 as ,J fi.Li9'f- A-1-fi!sf12.'fs,'r:4.z-vita' .K sa '-v U 'J 'ifiloli l ' f X . ' if s . X i". -QA' af- "vu 2 57 gy . Q. P . at 4 v ...l - -1--f V 1 I l -m-I .- if 1 PE1'E'S SALES 1 SERVICE Auto Repairs, Snowmobiles, Mopeds, Chain Saws, Lawn-Garden Equipment So. Main St., Sheffield, MA 229-8503 ,- Left-top: Nancy Soudant - basecoachingg left-bottom: Wendy Gunn - warmupsg Tammy Jervas and Patti Mc- Donald - making a play at first. Above: Patti McDonald - making a play. Opposite page-top: Sally Soudant - basecoachingq Varsity bench. Bottom: Jackie Lanoue - in ready position, Patti Batacchi - outfield, MaryEllen Welch and Sabrina Chapin - making a play. Circles - Varsity benchg Coach Krolg JV bench. WARREN 5 HACCHI. lac. Building Contractors Sheffield, MA. 229-2177 Definition 0f Team by Laurie Wuori I am statistician of the girls' softball team, and I feel they are a great bunch of girls. They are the best-spir- ited softball club in the league. They play really well and are a lot of fun. In my book these girls are the definition of a team. Ka, - . n Q ,gn .- A20 A20 A20 A24 A27 A29 M1 M4 M7 M8 M13 M14 M18 M20 M26 M27 M29 M30 J2 SOFTBALL 1981 KJV! V Monument Mt. --- 13 7 + 10-12 25-38 25-1' 19-13' 12-19 19-16' 29-11' 12-19 9-15 19-18' 24- 6' 7-20 14-21 20- 7' McCAnn 17-12' Lenox 14- 9' 'WINS + PATRIOTS DAY CLASSIC Layout Sdly Soudant ., R.- J Comphments of GOOD R HUTCHINSON 14131 229-8553 TACONIC BUILDERS ARMY AND NAVY AND Anmoues susrrlsw nowsn at GARDEN suvrw co YELLOW BALLOON Main St Sheffield MA SHOP "Most EV9f9thIn9 In 5 Rallfaad Street 8! MA Bulldlhg Gt Barrington Mp, 01230 "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" -Matenals JAMES G. LAW .Q so Ranlroad sr ROBERT w. LAW " Gt Barrington MA f H llfl' iii 5 1ll' at Y .v :N ' ff, tx HERBERTS SHOES BEST WISHES 227 Main Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 66 528-1320 ' 1 .. 1 i " ,Q V I C 1 , 4 A . 1 L . , ' , ,XQ Pictures - left to right-bottom: Mike Main - all aloneg Mike Ovitt f and Malcom Braverman - in the middle of the packg Mike Ovitt - Q heading for home. SEWARD'S TIRES INC. Robert Seward, Prop. 952 South Main Street Great Barrington, Mass. 01230 ahead of his opponent. Circles - a group of runnersg Mike Main 1 rv i R Vw- - ,, . .:,s:.,, TI-IE CORN CRIB Congratulations to the class of Route 7 1982 Sheffield, MA PINE TREE RESTAURANT Farm Fresh Produce" and Route 7 Handcrafts Sheffield, MA 01257 lon Route 7 Southl Tel. 14131 528-3168 f413l 229-8881 A Great Job by Melissa Proctor CROSS-COUNTRY 1981 This year, as in other years, the Cross Country team has Date Opponent Scores , . S16 Lee 27-30' done a great job. It s a winnmg gg :'e"':'.:':'e"' M' 323: team. I think they win because sao Pittsfield 20-37' the runners are so close. I went 330 flloosac to a meet this fall, and all the a- CIIOX ' X L . 01 M,,G,e,,,,ck 50.15 members seemed so together, E. gl: ?0"Um9"tMf- g4'3l' like a big, happy family. They i 7-21 021 uffffoiah 45,18 cheered each other on, even gg Drury 16-43' after an exhausting run. One Lee 27-30' 028 wahmnah 42-20 runner told me that the best 028 Drury 15-50' part of winning was winnmg to- Tb ' wms gether. Team picture - Standing: Coach Gillolly, Mike Ovitt, Kurt Callahan, Mark Annelli, Pat Stanton, Denis O'Con- nor, Wesley Wheeler, Doug Champigny, Mike Main. Kneeling: Mgr. Tammy Bobola, Jeff Gauthier, Fred Speyrer, Kara Sheldon, Jack Case, Ricky Bassett, Mal- colm Braverman, Steve Jones, Pat Eline. Above: Mike Ovitt - showing his form. M ,,,,,,ey ,,:,, ,, , x,,, ,,,. , ..,,,, , ,,,e, , ,, ,,,, ,,,, i W A W ,H l-2v0'1fbvSaHySoudant 9' -5 .xx .xx X 'v ,aw muse? - 0 ws? I fx W. R l wifi f J",-JW' ' X-4-a'r ' V canoe me Harmonic nomensv TACK suor AGWAY Gifts of Distinction ' RIVEIIBUN NORTH Rf- 23 "Serving the fanning Trevor' andPeggy Driver Rt. 7 Monterey, Mass. C0fflmUI1l!V Since 1912" Rt. 7, Sheffield, MA U1257 Sheffield, MA 1257 30 Maple AVC- Q Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 , 67, TEAM PICTURE: Standing - Coach Happ, Bob Hayman, Dave Gauthier, Andy West. Jay Swanson, Todd Clark, Dave Witt- nebert, Rudi Heiler, Pete Cartinelli, Marvin Casivant, Orvie Garrett. John Woodruff, Ray Ferrin. Matt Coon. Kneeling - Warren Pond, Colin Cadagan, Scott Duchardt, Joe Krol, Gordon Gibbs, John Carney, Mike Bennett, Fred Peck, Eric Person, Robert Fi- scher. Absent: Jeff Ferrin, Rusty Case, Eric ,, 'K wix r .Q ND ,A Perry, Beth Ferrin - mgr., Jackie Lanoue E Q - mgr. ' 5 -ixqo gig- . L ' fi PN K V ' ' "CN 1 1 J iff- R Q- ".., Q. t 'rf' "'f-- N " ' ' -S ' 'P G I ' bf' ' Y 4' K ' ll 'git Q' 1 lvl! Q, wx' 'ii '- . H-J' .0-:-A.. ' '.'faf.A?:ne. -- .-, '-J -'.'Q:.f . 5. Q35 5 ' 1 .- -jx .lx 4 , - IQ 4 T 3 i 4 .A . ni 3 4 .. - I . 'i '--1.7 5' ' i f :ol .Y , rl ', 'V H il' Q -is " .- ' 4 r '31 h' ,. - l , .D J J -, get -55--A ur : 5 A , y Y .4 X' 4 N ' .' tri-wa. -4' ' as ' . - . ' " I is '4 f1 J' in Os No l- A ri. --N 1 F. Us ..-- 0-....-42-Ak .A HILLSIDE RESTAURANT HARIAND 8. F035 Fine County Dining Robert J. Easter Telephone Area Code 413 528-3123 15 Bridge St., Gif Barrington Rt. 57, Hartsville, New Marlborough, Mass. 01230 'Q .--v-P PICTURES - OPPOSITE PAGE: CLOCK- WISE from TOP: R. Casey J. Swanson and J. Woodruffg T. Clark and D. Gauthierg D. Gauth- ierg R. Ferring M. Coong M. Casivant and D. Gauthierg P. Cartinellig Coach Happ. THIS PAGE: O. Garrett. PICTURES - LEFT to RIGHT: Team pep talkg C. Cadagang D. Gauth- dvi? A Great Start by Jane Dougherty It is amazing how well our boys' soccer team did this year. It was the first year that Mount Everett even thought about a soccer team, not to mention competing against teams all over the country. The Mount Everett boys proved to other schools around the country that we were comparable to any other team and could give them a good game. Through the effort of the soccer team, Mount Everett expects to step into the league next year and really be a part of it all. S15 S18 S22 S25 S29 02 09 013 016 020 027 030 03 ' Layout by Rosanne lversen BOYS' SOCCER 1982 Pittsfield Monument Mt. Hoosac Drury Lenox Lee St. Joe Mt. Greylock Monument Mt. Wahconah Lenox Taconlc Lee 'WINS F 5 'hs ,.-. 5 1-1 1-0 4-0 4-0 2-1 6-3 2-1 3-0' 3-1' 2-2 2-2 3-0' 3-2' ri? , 1 , Y Q . Y K "' - Q. ""' sv r. ..,1.,n H .. L- 53, . .9 .,, . . N-is 4 -1 A nga' 9 4l.v'1'f-Q 'x, :C , . . 5- ' . .r 5 . ,T 244 4., uf. w. K-His ierg R. Keiler and T. Clarkg R. Caseg explaining K A 2 V . . 5 the playsg Coach Happg M. Coon ' " SHE!-HEI D MARKET - HANNAITS SALLY DEAN ' ' Quality Fashions for Ladies and Juniors Choice Meats and Produce , 279 Mun Street ' -M .-Sa 8:00-5:30 . -- 8f',m1,30 cw Barrington, MA 01230 4135280102 , . , 229-8939 69 .- -- o,,.,.,., 1 -- - -..f,. .-, Y - i 1 'tmgn .-". . ' V -' L. Ip-Q. xi' -,V ., , - - . I ,, V . 4 Ill., -214: L-- . - ' f. - - '- A - ' ' '-I M .1-,, xfi. 1 .. rg"l-'. ' .f "' f , . , '. ,,. -' - W-- . -' n -- ' .x - -gen, ,,,,e Q ' 'f ..,,, ns- 4 95--if wi.: .3-, A 5. - ,nf , Af '..,." ,,1s. Q .-- "' iff- A1':f,'-Y?-f'Rg 1' J, la' - ,- K 0' -M.',H. -' gl-l o ' -. , -, ' 4 'U K'Q- , O.: ' - " ,. S341 2,5 A.-.V 7 f f- , 1 J' '-"'+ff.5.1':' ' -"WG-iw . a A rf X. ajax, vw 1 ,...,.a..Q, 'Tal , X . -- -Eva T Aer. "' .Y - io. .., ' ' a. " - , - 1- ' 'fi .v . . xo Prftures - righletop Coach Warner and his team in a pep talk. ltopl Hannah Pedersen and Tarnrm, Jeri as teamwork. lbottornl Denise Rossi - showing good lorm, Rom Ives - trapping the ball Middle Coach Warner - giving instructions, Rosanne Iversen - get heading, the ball Cindy Strrngharn trying to get the ball. Linda Whitbeck - goalkick, Tammy Jervas showing her style. Sue Chapin - saving the ball. Linda Whntbeck clearing the hall while Laddle Garrett watches Pictures - standing Sue Chapin, Daxlyn Macchi, Hannah Pedersen, Jennifer Knnsley, Rosanne lversen, Cindy Stringham, Heidi Sheldon, Alice Fennel! Sally Soudant. Tracey Hohman lrngr l. Coach Warner Kneeling Parn Hewins. Roni Ives. Linda Whitbeck. Tammy Jervas, Denise Rossi, Laddle Garrett, Chris Sadera, and Sabrina Chapin 7 -.,--l 1 of I :LF Off' L4 ,J It X 1.3. . Sl" l.'Nf 'tha' 'iv- si l , 5.145-ix K I ' Wi. s on . 'v ' 5 Q Q I s Q 4- - , -an,-' 1 ' 5 Egg tb' ' ..x': .bam . T' iv " ' fp 5 W 4- '- il'-f N M, - ,-x. N ,' I ' 'Js'Y"'5 I l SHEFFIELD PHARMACY E. B. DOLBY. INC. 1. Q u F William J. Silk, Jr., Reg. Pharm. "Flowers for All Occasions" Sheffield, MA Box 449, Gt. Barrington 70 if n ,o, , , I f '.'. ,,, ' ,r l--as 1 1. MX, .5 I Q Q N' - ,: Date S 1 5 S18 S22 S25 S30 02 09 013 016 020 027 030 ,, , vm l,,,.,,,,,,..,... N3 'HY '5?"2'en?f7"' ' Q ,,,'..e-.-:- 'wins V . ,fl 39'-of ll!! r 1. ' G-0 '- Rival 0 I , .0 ,103 '-' -Q - .9 Pictures - bottom-left to right: Sabrina Chapin, MaryEllen Welch, and Chris Sadera - watching the team warm upg Sally Soudant and Rosanne lversen - posing for a pictureg ltopl Denise Rossi - pass- ing her opponentg lbottoml Rosanne lversen - go- ,- ..- QN lil-J' Q f 3 . -I l U Q Gml.s'soccEn 1981 our Plfst .'3ar3:':.':.' if? Season by Monument Mt. 1- 2 333' 32,1 Llnda Whltbeck Lenox 2- 0' grating 1:1 3: The Mt. Everett girls' MQ.G,ev,ock 3, 1. soccer team had a good Monument Mt. o- 1 season this year. It was fggionah :I 3, our first year as a team at Taconlc 3- 1' Mt. Everett. There were Lee 1' 7 some who went out for the team and quit be- cause it was not what they had thought it would be. The girls showed that there was soccer talent at Mt. Everett. This was our first season and it turned out to be a pretty good IV one. We were able to 1 stick together as a team JTRIA' and produce a winning Q 9 1 S 1 . en .- K SBBSOII. La9outb9Sa1IySoudant .4EPsf::aL'.f.2MacsY-wm..s'f,e., . ,-. f-- . , Y, .1 . - 21 .113 Assn 1, 4 ,F of:-f EH.. -'I' . -1-I -X riders: ing for the ballg Laddie Garrett - working against her opponentg Tammy Jervas - waiting for the ball. Circles - the team with a pre-game cheerg Coach Warnerg the team heading out for the game. ALFBEDUS HAIR FASHIONS THE VILLAGE STORE 740 So. Main St. Main Street Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 Salisbury, CT 06068 528-1711 I . I r Q. s:....'4.m.me.uf Pictures-below-Boys' Varsity Basketballi back: Rosanne lversen lmgrl Orvie Garrett. Mark Consolini. Robert Seiger, Pat Stanton. Scott Thompson. Ray Ferrin. Coach Dick Front: Myron Wartella, Matt Coon. David Smith, Todd Ranoldi JV front: Randy Burkholder. David Consolini. Joe Soudant, Timmy Coon. Brain Jock. Pat Eline Back: Mike Coon. Paul Gilligan. George Soudant. Danny l.eBreque. Dean Durant. Glen Anstead. Eric Perry. Coach Pavoini. ll? X g, 'U .V 1' MILA 'b ", '41 1-r 1 L F 4 K 'xi L15 4 X-- xs I, ', , -.2 A 1 ? ' V 1 1 ' -M 4 -Q I .I T "msn ,-. i, I 4 L A B .Q d w . ,,-... , L...-W - us 57- f' 4 in . O'Connor. Frank's Pool Service The CIICIKC! C0unty,R0ad 293 Main Street Sheffield, MA 01257 Gt. BarringtOl'1. MA l413l 528-1586 72 Pictures-bottom-left to right: Joe Soudant and David Consolini -a shot in a jamg Pat Stanton-dribbling the ball. Tim Coon-a free throwg David Consolini - with a jumperg Scott Thompson goes in for a reboundg Denis O'Connor - shooting in a jam. Circles - Mark Consolinig Denis French's Auto Parts, Inc. Automotive Parts 84 Supplies 291 Main Street Gt. Barrington, MA l4l3l 528-0838 Chart's Unlimited Railroad Street Q E' 1 5 'B O 1: Z 31 O O-9 N O0 O an Mwdnlgvw A-1- 4 l'-4 5,119 -1 4 X - Top-left to right: Robert Seigen -dribbling the ballg Mark Consolini i and Myron Wartella-a foul shotg Denis O'Connor putting the ball up while Scott Thompson goes in for the reboundg home crowd watching the . 4 ll: orking Together by Rick Andrus Boys' basketball in any school has always been a major winter sport, and at Mount Ev- erett its emphasis is no less great. Many differ- ent types of boys go out for the sport, each hav- ing to work with all the other members of the team in order to have a successful year. Al- though this does create rivalries, it also brings the members and the school closer. .. J- x-N ' -XJ gameg George Soudant-an under the basket shotg Myron Wartellag Denis O'Connor-a free throw. f Y' 4 1 f Barrington Savings Trying harder to keep your customers happy? ls this any way to run a bank? You bet it is! Barrington Savings. Great. 244 Main St. Gt. Barrington 528-1190 Main St. Sheffield 229-8516 Depot St. West Stockbridge 232-8542 BOYS' BASKETBALL 1 981 -1982 Date Opponent Score JV V D18 McCann 17-51 19-69 D21 St. Joe 16-40 18-23 D29 Lee 18-50 37-76 J5 North Canaan 17-55 J5 DeSlsto 24-31 J8 Lenox 14-39 36-63 J12 McCann 22-35 57-61 J15 Mt. Greylock 17-60 43-59 JI9 DeSlsto 32-37 J22 Canaan 28-48 J22 Monument Mt. 36-66 J26 Taconlc Hills 18-53 J26 Simons Rock 58-55 J29 McCann 30-32 42-57 F2 Lee 26-47 39-63 F5 Lenox 19-52 42-69 F9 Mt. Greylock 13-30 49-76 'WINS Pictures - Above4Girls' Basketball Varsity: standing: Sherri Burkholder. Karen Kradel, Laurie Wuori. Coach Koldys. Sitting: Alice Watson, Linda Wright, Denise Rossi. JV Standing: Pam Hewins, Moe Litchfield, Missy Green, Anamarie Scarbo, Coach MacDonald. Kneeling: Ellen Boardman, Kathy MacKenzie, Hannah Pedersen, Sue Eline. c gf. Q i 1 . 2 l 0 l Q L- ! --.C . . fr ' -. - s slug , v--L -f I B 1 l! -1' a ff Boardman takes a shot, Hannah Peders free throwg Pam Hewins - after letting go of a free throw. Circles - Coach McDonaldg Coach Koldys. Walsh's Natural Foods Southern Berkshire Route 23 Shopper'o Guide Monterey. MA P.O. Box 89 35 Bridge St. 528-4257 Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 l413l 528-0095 74 Pictures - right-bottom: Alice Watson - a jump ballg Sue Eline - puts up a shotg Sabrina Chapin - dribbling the ball down court: itopl Kathy MacKenzie - getting the edge in a jump ballg Qbottoml JV - running through a play: Pam Hewins blocks out as Ellen 9' en - with a Hans' Restaurant Route 7, Gt. Barrington, MA l413l 5280710 Hans and Rosly Wellauer Chef De Cuisine and Hostess. P l - Congratulations, Class of '82! Egremont Package Store, Ltd. For The Best ln Spirits 5- -Cgg .-T4 'ii , Y 'mfl fav tv One Big Family by Karen Kradel Girls' Basketball is GIRLS' BASKETBALL 1981 -1982 great. We have such a Dm 0,,,,,,,,e,,, sem Jv v V Plaft' The whole te?rn :ffzillteylock I, -' """' ' IS hke one bug family. D23 Lenox 20-39 18-49 . D28 Lee 25-40 50-44' - This vear we had 3 new J6 Pmsfieia 1s-44 34-52 1 coach, and I think that :JI :'::o"':':"' M' gif, 2315 b"N- 3 he did a super job. l .113 Mccann 34-26 31-22' ' ' - - J18 wahconah 26-41 49-57 bl :Qs-5 -"ff--. Right-top: Karen Kradel-at thlnk our team dld wen 'lm St' Joe 2540 47'-I2 NN , r the foul line' Laurie Wuori - thls year' We worked J25 Drury 18-M 20.70 ' , ' I , , J28 Lenox 22-35 36-65 Puffmg UP 3 foul Sm- MSW hard this year. F4 Monument Mt. 31-50 as-66 hm. K N Green - a shot from under- F8 Mccann 33,35 43,40 K' - neathg Sherri Burkholder - tak- pu gg, ,joe 11-31 38-79 'N ing a free throwg Moe Litchfield 'WINS - passing off the ball. Rf i 5 6 , 4 R Se M I Best JL luck to the class of 1982 Berkshire Precision Molding, lnc. Carlson'a Berkshire Nursery Alex Shumulsky ite Khlght Records Route 7 South Box 358 Route 7A, Ashley Falls, MA 01222 Sheffield' MA 288 Mam Sheet Gt- Bafflflgmn. MA 01230 Norman V. Carlson. Prop. F d Gt. Barrington MA 01230 641315281466 "woo ' ' l413l 229-8108 229.89643 75 P 1 1 2 Qi, ' g:.M - T "4" V ' 9- 't Que . L' " fr . ,585 ,pi 'r . 1 ,Y - ' .N-f'1f F5 Jifl 1 , 4 'll lu.q,gA - A - , i gr J wil l '11 1 -, hu i ' :iw-2 E? D 5 in Pictures - Above-Wrestling: back: Coach Proiette, Lynn Warner lmgrl, Billy Grady, Dave Lanoue, Jeff Gauthier, Duane Lanoue, Steve Wells, Coach Wolfe. Middle: Tammy Bobola lmgr.l, Wesley Wheeler, Kurt Callahan, Doug Champia gny, Scott Weinreb, Dave Gauthier, Sean Hohman, John Carney. Front: Jim Makuc, Marvin Casivant, John Wright, Rick MacDowell, Todd Coon. Mike Main. Pictures - top-left to right: Mike Main A on top of his man, Doug Champi- gny - the winner. Bottom-left to right: Sean Hohman H pinning his oppo- nent, Jim Makuc f breaking down his Mt. Greylock opponentg Dave Gauthier - working on an opponent, Marvin Casivant f lifts a St. Joe wrestler. Circles - Coach Proiette3 Coach Wolfe, .a 1 'vu.'.'- Sheffield Plastics Sheffield, MA 01257 76 ,,, ,,,,,, .q,,- When Your Hand ls Raised by Mark Drabik 'Wrestling is truly a sport which takes a lot of motiva- tion. To stick with a sport that tortures you requires determination like no other sport. The endless mat drills test the stamina of your body and mind. At times you feel like you can not possibly continue, but somehow you do. When you face an opponent, it is like an ancient gladitorial event. The punishment your body takes is, at times, un- bearable, but when your hand is raised in triumph, you realize that it was all worth it. Date Opponent D23 D30 J2 J15 J18 J20 J27 J30 F6 F10 F12 F13 'WINS Layout: Jim Makuc WRESTLING 1981-82 Score 45-15 37-24 16-49 52-18 18-42 45-14 17-40 15-44 17-45 42-44' C H Morton Good Luck Wherever You May Go, Class of '82! Jewelers - George Steamer 285 Mann St Tree Care Gt Barrington MA 01230 Tree W0rk 528 2143 Snow Plowing Yard Work 1413? 229-6618 X 1 i S .,-4 -1 if Left to right: Debi Sad era - nn posxr hong Lucy lmpoco - m a s - Our mascot. ls. G, l r k I Q ff- plitg Dr. Beak Y gy . x ll 'x flew 'G Fx rs Sa-:Q f xjg. , F A' A Great Group Of Girls by Linda Whitbeck The cheerleaders at Mt. Ev- erett are a great group of girls. They are all full of pep and Mt. Everett spirit. When a lot of people are not at the basketball games, the girls seem to make enough noise to fill the gym. The girls al- ways seem to get things mov- ing when everyone seems to run out of spirit. 'J Best Wishes to the Class of '82! Compliments of Douglas Q Mlih 511221 Stevens - Fhmerty Funeral Homes, lac. Mary Bauman Sheffield. MA 426 Main Street lhev'l Girls' IM Gt. Bmsngzon, MA 01230 2298727 South Street '- Stockbridge, MA 01262 FIRST SEMESTER HIGH HONORS Seniors - Mark Drabik, Juliet Hughes, James Makuc Juniors - Peggy O'Conner, Lynn Warner Sophomores - Sherri Burkholder, Karen Hayes, Cynthia Stringham Freshman - Sabrina Chapin, Thomas Ingersoll, Adelaide Garrett, Jennifer Kinsley, Robin Twing l i 5 4 ' i Cheri Briggs - DAR Award, Dartmouth Pam Chrlstman - PSATXNMSQT Commendation, Student Mark Drablk Book Club. ' ' Council Presidentg Valedictorian, Bausch and Lomb Precision Autocraft Tom Andrus Route 23 Montery, MA 01245 14137 528-1457 80 law Hammer Plumbing Co. Coal Sa Wood Stoves Fireplace Accessories 85 Years Experience ffinlngyg 1. KT "P-0-P"'1'u -:void-a.,,,. If Bachettl's Exxon Station Stockbridge Road Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 Phone 528-9725 Bruno Bachetti, Prop. . 5,1 ufn 'Hx I 'ivy A K 1.l'JQ:. 1 I Best of Luck to the Class of '8 I Mahalwe Theater P.O. Box 98 Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 Q37 14131 528-0100 .F gtk . gk,f.,.H , . ,', H 5-R. ' '- ':f Q-u.'f A 24 -' -' no-3 ' ' A . ,, -.. ,gC.5,.'!'.b'i ll 2 ' V' .P '41, A, . Boys' State: Jim Makuc, Marvin Casivant, Greg Hakulin, Jim Puleri, Mark Drabikr Jim Makuc - PSATXNMSQT Commendation, SAR Award, Award, Salutatorian. NHS President. Rosanne lversen - "Aurigan" Editor-in-chief, ,gi 1 ...i 'Nr .IXQ U 'J' tx ra, 4, ip! Qing ,I A , 5 v . -K , r .K ' N-S ggV,0-9 5 . 4 913 H? nv? :Aix "r, lv , ,t-6 , .1 1 . 1 I ' YP vi' , 'Tit 'Q-st ur I J -.a - . Q A. 5 -, ,, ,, if. 'H 1 ' g-.ff J Q , , The Gans Appliance and Jaclr's Country Squire Apple Hill Realty Furniture Co. inc. Quality Clothing for Men and Boys Angus MacDonald 8: Associates Appliances 1- Furniture - Home Gas Formal Wear 309 Main Street, Gt. Barrington, MA Service The Squires' Den 528-3458 lrv Steinberg Howard J. Steinberg Largest Selection of Jeans, Cords 8: Main Street,-5tockbridge, MA 31 Railroad Street Sneakers in the Area 528-3458 Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 316 Main Street Mail: P.O. Box 332, Phone 14131 5280313 Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 l413J 582-1390 So. Egremont, MA mefflade dwlches ll.- 4 -W..-n ,. in Qi riff 'J,,,- ,girt-1 Ad' if sg si B... if fi FEBRUARY, 1981 Chrysler led with 81.7 bllllon loss - Ford 5 9 23 26 27 tThl Connectlcut's governor, Ella Grasso, dies of cancer. KMJ Snowstorm creates slippery roads, no school. Las Vegas Hllton Hotel fire, caused by arson, kills eight. QMJ Military coup to overthrow the demo- cratlc Spanish government fails. tThJ Great Brltaln's Prlme Mlnlster, Mar- garet Thatcher, meets with Presldent Re- gan. IFJ Four U.S. auto companies report 4.2 had a 81.5 bllllon loss. MARCH, 1981 12 tThJ Varsity-faculty basketball game ends 19 22 27 30 ln a tie, 65-65. tThD Shuttle craft workman ls killed ln accident at Cape Canaveral. KS! Postage stamps go from .15c to .18c. IFJ Ten construction workers dle when concrete which had not set long enough collapses at Coaco Beach in Florida. CMJ Assassination attempt against Presl- 82 btllion dollar combined Gloss for 1980: dent Reagan by John Hinckley leaves the 15 X.- L.. - ips" T is... ilu President wounded and three others se- verely hurt. APRIL. 1981 QWJ The last of the five-star generals, Omar Bradley, dies at age 88. Q51 Joe Louis, ex-world boxing champion, dies at age 66. Q51 U.S.'s flrst shuttlecraft, Columbia, ls successfully launched. QTJ Columbia returns from orbit to make a perfect landing at Edwards Alr Force Base. CWD Washington Post reporter, Janet R.W. Tryon The Unicom Secretarial Services Picture Frames and Framing Happy Future! Construction Co. Copy Center Art and Craft Supplies From Your Neighbors at Monterey, MA Marceida Lopez Cooper Hardware 8 Art Supply Open House 528-2583 Rt. 7 SouthfBox 358 306 Main Street Bed! BathfGIfts Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 Gt. Barrington, MA 528-2010 Gt. Barrington l413l 528-9195 -L11 'F' F131 'rg' .4 ,J Cooke, returns Pulltzer Prize recently won after admitting that key articles were fabricated. She also resigns her post as reporter. MAY, 1981 4 QM! Irish IRA leader Bobby Sands, who was on a hunger strike in prison, dles at age 27. 8 QFJ Sink hole in Florida swallows homes, cars, and business buildings. 13 QWD Pope John-Paul II ls shot three times by a would-be Turkish-Nationalist assas- sln. 15 QFI The flrst perfect major league game slnce 1968 ls pitched by Len Barker of the Cleveland Indians against the Toronto Bluejays. 16 QSO Junior Prom takes place at the Hllton Q-s.-49" at vi . Pr ' Aff 'lf' In Plttsfleld. 24 QSjBobby Unser wins Indianapolis 500 but is challenged by second place winner An- dretti about havlng passed many cars against the yellow light rule. 27 QWJ A landing jet smashes 19 parked air- craft, kllls 14 and injures 48 aboard the aircraft carrier, USS Nimitz. JUNE, 1981 7 QS! Israel bombs and destroys nuclear plant In Iraq on basis that Iraq was pre- parlng weapons to use against Israel. 12 QFD Seventy-three seniors graduate at Mount Everett after downpour forces the ceremony Indoors. Mrs. Mimi MacDonald ls guest speaker. Major league baseball players begin strike. - 4 , Ek... fl 21 QSJ Atlanta police arrest Wayne Wllllams for the Atlanta murders. 28 QS! Huge bomb blast In Tehran, Iran, kllls 74 - Including four top leaders. Iran blames U.S. JULY. 1981 7 QTJ President Reagan nominates Sandra 0'Connor, Arizona judge, as flrst woman Supreme Court judge. Solar powered aircraft makes flrst flight from France to England. 17 QFD Sky walks collapse at the Hyatt Re- gency Hotel ln Kansas Clty - dropping onto dancers and killing 111 people. Israel attacks Lebannon with jets and kills over 300 people. 29 QWD BritaIn's Prince Charles marries Lady Diana Spencer In elaborate national cere- The Chlfforobe 1.6. Glngras' Lumber Since 1780 G'0l90'0 Allfllv Center Pretty Clothes in Large Sizes Ashley Falls, MA 01222 The Monterey General Store Sales, Service, Installations 290 Main Street Phone Q413l 229-2182 Monterey, MA 33 State Rd. Gt. Barrington, MA 528-4437 I Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 l413l 528-0235 -- sa '11 it . XJ Wit' Co ir 'lf' . . X xl- ll jx !...f-nv 1' :FSI 7 EE mony. 16 QFJ Baseball strike dlfflcultles are settled by owners and players after over 600 games have been cancelled. 31 AUGUST, 1981 OCTOBER, 1981 QW! Over 1100 protestors are arrested at Diablo Canyon atomic power plant ln California: the Issue ls the openlng of the plant. 28 3 CMJ President Regan dlsmlsses 12,000 alr 2 QFD President Reagan orders the B-1 12 traffic controllers for going on an lllegal bomber, which President Carter had strike. "shelved," to be produced. 19 QWJ Two Llbyan fighters attack two 6 QTJ President Anwar Sadat of Eygpt ls as- Amerlcan F-14 Tomcats and are shot sasslnated. down off Libya in the Mediterranean. 9 QF! Three ex-Presidents, Nixon, Ford, and 23 29 Q50 Radio newsman Lowell Thomas dies' Carter, represent the U.S. at President at 399 89. Sadat's funeral ln Eygpt. 20 QT! Attempted 51.6 million Brink truck 24 SEPTEMBER. 1981 robbery ln New York Clty leaves three 2 lwl School OPCIIS for ill? 1981-82 school dead and leads to capture of "Weather- year. man" members who had escaped or 29 SHEFFIELD WINE CELLAR T1-IE GOURMET COTTAGE 8 David W. Emprimo Rt. 7, Sheffield, MA CHEESE SHOP 1. Q G SERVICENTER Jim Edelman 8: Dan DuVall Rt. 23 So. Egremont, MA 01258 69 South Maln St. 229-2795 Patricia 8: Cosmos Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 413-528-4719 84 Rs. 229-2074 Bus. 528-1322 S broken parole eleven years ago. QW! Senate votes approval of President Reagan's plan to sell AWAC's to Saudi Arabia. NOVEMBER, 1981 QThJ Seven Lenox youths are found gullty of manslaughter ln Plttsfleld court: they had been involved ln the deaths of two young men ln Laurel Lake ln Lee last June. CMJ President Reagan's veto of a budget proposal closes much of the governmen- tal bureaucracy. CTD Congress succumbs and passes budget extension ln order to get the government back to work. KS! Actress Natalie Wood. 43, is discov- Lantem House Hotel Prices Studio MaryEllen 8: Kathrine Welch! 4 -'-, I ,- T 'o N .-'-1 Q' , ' a U 19" . 8,119- .uv"- 4- - 1- . ered drowned off Santa Clara Islands ln California. DECEMBER, 1981 3 lThl Report suggest that Llbya has sent assassins to U.S. to klll the President and other important American officials. 4 QFD Seven Lenox youths are given two and one-half year sentences for their roles In the deaths of two Lee youths last June. QSO Pollsh unlon officials arrested by Po- llsh government lbacked by Sovletsl. CTD Snowstorm - no school. CWI Fighting between Pollsh strikers and Polish mllltary reported as martial law ls Imposed ln Poland. Snowstorm - no school. KTM General James Dozler, NATO deputy 12 15 16 17 .JS 1 ln ltaly ls kidnapped - reportedly by Red Brigade terrorists. 22 QU Christmas Alumni Tea cancelled due to snowstorm. 23 QW, Snowstorm - no school. JANUARY, 1982 4 IMD Ralnstorm - no school due to icy roads. 13 QWJ Boelng 737 passenger plane attempts takeoff in snowstorm, crashes into Wash- ington, D.C.'s 14th Street bridge, and top- ples lnto the Potomac: only a few passen- gers survive the crash and Icy waters. KMJ Very cold weather ls experienced over most of the United States: -20oF temperatures ln the Berkshires. Four members of the Air Force Thunder- 18 28 bird team die when their jet crash into desert during practice of flight forma- tions and stunts. KTM General James Dozler, held captive by the Red Brigade terrorists ln ltaly slnce the mlddle of December ls rescued by Italian police. FEBRUARY, 1982 1 3 12 QMJ Raln storm and freezlng roads - no school. QWJ Snow and raln - no school. QFD Final yearbook deadline: last pages picked up by yearbook consultant Don Lendry. SEGALLNS LAWN MOWER SHOP INC. Best Wishes Canaan, Ct. BUTTERNUT BASIN Ariens - Toro - McCulloch Chain Saw Sales - Service Great Barrington, MA Telephone 824-7276 HY' J .fleets 5-A THE OPTICAL CORNER 280 Main Street Gt. Barrin ton MA 01230 Q . may 528-3118 86 K x 5 rx 1 .fy DEWEY ELECTRIC BARRINGTON ELECTRICAL SHOP BARRINGTON ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 if e' X i r I ,ff .1 '71 KK! X . , ' -. 1 xp ' L STEP N' STYLE Congratulations Class of '82! Shoes for the Family DOS AMIGOS 38 Bridge Street Mexican Restaurant Gt. Barrington, MA 528-1724 Where - Fit - Service - Quality - Comes First I I l I Q iii f' 'ng 1 Alf? fx 1, W H MZ' MQ is 0 If '-ir 'A 5 ...If GATSBYS Danskin, Lee, Levi, Lanz, Nike Timberland, Calvin Klein, Gunne Sax, Custom T -- Shirt Printing 25 Railroad, Gt. Barrington 528-9455 62 Main, Lee 243.3412 -"'?n lug .Nw ..-.. 1 'jf 1 19 . wr: X i -'s 'rl ""'1V nw fl 5 '3 QE 0lWf-5 -D ' I 'L-L. ,1 'Q Paint, Wallcovering, Floor Covering Air'Rail'Tours' Carpeting, Ceramics, Window Dressing Landfsea E. CALIGARI AND SON 1'ROY's TRAVEL Aggyqcy 75 North Main St. 323 Main St,-get Gt- Barrington. MA 01230 Gt. Barrington. MA 01230 Office 528-0033 1413, 523.2174 Store 528-0030 .1 M' 'Tp 1 s--' r ' l f 4 -Q 5 .L 1""7 4 mi . .',,,' w A F-K' 'ga 1 1' ' 1 x Q I .pvqg-v I in z1?.2,1+." ' - 5 -1 .-, 2 - ? X, I 425 'il ' - in 1 , - '?.1-- - -A :- 4. .- F. .- -,.. -.4 --Q -.a 5. -Q pq 1 Q ,Q Q. . LU I? 5 -.. 1 -. , I I Abbott, Daniel 1821 13, 36, 42, 52 Admlnlatratlon 44-5 Alvares, Mr, Leo 1F1 46 Amstead, Connie 1861 19 Amstead. Glen 1871 15 Amstead, Keith 1851 23 Amstead, Mark 1841 26 Andrus, Jon 1831 31 Garrett, Andrus, Rick 1821 Angone, Erike 1851 23 Crgu Cmmgfy 66.67 Davidson, Edward 1881 16 Annelli. Mark 1841 5. 27, 66 Anstett. Charles 1851 23 Aragi, Deborah 1831 31, 55, 84, 89 Aragi, Laurl 1871 15, 57 Archey. Miss Kathleen 1F1 46 Armstrong, Cindy 1811 64 Awarda!Credlta 80-I Ball, Gary 1871 15 Ball, Roger 1851 23 Brown, Steven 1811 5 Brucale, Peter 1831 31, 88 Brucale, Steven 1861 19 Brunnschweiler, Beatrice 1871 15 Bunce, Robin 1831 31 Burkholder, Joseph 1871 15, 54, 56, 72 Burkholder, Sherri 1841 26, 27, 54, 55, 56, 74, 75, 83. 84, 89 Busch, Karl 1851 24 Coon, Timothy 1871 15, 72 Coon, Todd 1841 27, 76, 83 Coon, Trevor 1871 15 Cote, Andrew 1831 32 Cote, Danielle 1841 27 Cote, Stephen 1821 36 Crlne, Betsy 1851 25, 55, 78 Crlne , Richard 1821 37 Crlne. William 1841 27 Field, Jerry 1861 20 Fisher, Eric 1841 27 Fisher, Robert 1861 20, 68 Happ, Mr. Gary 1F1 68 Hatfield, Adam 1831 33 Hatfield, Heather 1841 29 Flint, Theresa 1841 27 Frambach, Laura 1861 20 Frambach, Rebecca 1871 17 French, Scot 1861 18, 20, 55 Garcia, Paul 1871 17 Hayes Karen 1841 28 Hayes Karen 1871 17, 20, 55, 57 Hayes, Kathy 1851 24 A Hayes Hayes, Kelly 1861 47 Linda1851 22, 24 Laddle 1851 24. 82, 86 Bush Bush Apfll 1871 is Becky lssl 24. 55 Bush Bonnie 1831 31 Bush, Bfldglf 1841 27, 55 Bush, Clhdl 1841 27, 55, 89 Bush. Kevin 1871 15 Bush Bush Kimberly 1831 31 Susan 1841 26 Curtis, Trevor 1861 19 Ball. Sheila 1821 36 Barnum, Becky 1841 27, 55 Barrier, Michelle 1871 15 Baseball 62-3 Basketball 72-5 Bassett, Andrew 1841 10, 27 Bassett, Catherine 1831 31 Bassett Jerry 1871 15 Bassett, Melissa 1841 27 Bassett Ricky 1871 15, 66 Batacchl, Patti 1811 13, 59, 60, 61, 64, 65 Batacchi, Ted 1821 36, 59 Beattie. Jon 1811 36, 59 Beattie, Terri 1871 15, 55 Bushey, Bruce 1841 Bushey, William 1821 Cadogan. Colin 1871 15, 68 Caleterla Stall 49 Calendar 82-5 Callahan, Kurt 1841 27, 55, 56, 66, 76, 89 Camp, Karen 1821 36 Candee. Mark 1861 19, 55, 56 Candee. Robert 1831 31 Candelarl, Laura 1871 15 Cane, Thomas 1821 Cappadona, Victor 1871 15 Carney, John 1841 27, 68, 76 Carpenter, Gregory 1831 31 Carr, Michelle 1841 27 Curtlss . Glenn 1831 32, 62 Curtlss, Jeffrey 1841 27 Curtlss. Joanne 1861 Curtlss, Julie 1841 27 CUYIISS, Russell 1861 19 Dapret to, Theresa 1831 32 Davidson, Sara 1831 32 Davis Davis . Ann 1861 19 , Brian 1871 16 . Mr. Edgar 1F1 12, 47 Davis Davis, George 1851 25 Davis, Star 1831 Davis, Tammy 1831 33 Deane, Jennie 1871 16 Decker, Ann 1851 25, 78, 79, 84 Delmollno. Sandy 1821 37. 43, 57. Garrett, Orvie 1821 4, 37, 42, 68, 70 72 Gates. Kassie 1851 25 Gauthier, David 1841 27, 62, 65, 68, 76 Gauthier, James 1821 1. 8. 7, 10, 37, 52, 62. 84 Gauthier. Jeffrey 1861 20. 66. 76 Gauthier, Mr Robert 1F1 22, 46, 54, 62, 63 Thomas 1821 38 Behne, Chris 1851 23 Behne, Denise 1831 31, 88 Behne, Kathy 1851 23 Bell. Steven 1841 27 Bell, Tracey 1851 24 Bennett. Michael 1871 15, 68 Bettis, Margaret 1871 15 Bettis, Theresa 1851 24 Blernackl. Joseph 1871 15 Bigelow, Deana 1871 15 Blanchard, Mr. Donald 1F1 46 Blouln, Leda 1871 15 Blume, Michael 1821 36, 42 Boardman, Mrs. Carolann 1P1 48 Boardman, Ellen 1861 19, 57, 74, 75, 84, 89 Boardman. Holly 1821 36 Boardman, Matthew 1861 79 Bobola, Charlene 1861 19 Bobola, Tammy 1831 31, 66, 76, 88 Bodnar, Mrs. Estella 1P1 48 Bosworth. Doug 1811 62 Bouthilette, Suzanne 1841 27 Bradley, Kathleen 1861 19, 56 Bradley, Michael 1831 5, 31 Braverman, Eric 1861 19, 55, 57, 66, 89 Braverman, Jonathon 1871 15 Brazle, Charlene 1841 26 Bredenfoerder, Mark 1871 15, 57 Brehm, Mrs. Pamela 1F1 46 Briggs, Cheri 1821 12, 36, 50, 53, 54. 80, 84 Briggs, Laurie 1841 12, 27 Cartinelll, Christine 1841 27 Cartlnelll, Peter 1821 4, 12, 36, 62, 63. 68. 85 Cary, Mr J Scott 1F1 47, 65 Case, Jack 1871 15, 66 Case, Rusty 1821 61, 68 Casivant, Marvin 1821 9, 36, 42, 61. 62.68, 76, 77, 81 Cerruto, Mrs Gall 1F1 47 Chaffee, Bonnie 1861 19 Chamberland, Mr Raymond 1A1 44, 51 Champlgny, Doug 1831 43, 66, 76, 77, 81 Chapin, Michelle 1861 19, 57, 82 78, 79 Desl, Mrs. Deborah 1F1 47 Dick, Mr. Larry 1F1 72 Dillon, Mr William 1F1 47 Dougherty, Jane 1821 37, 43 Doyle, Elizabeth 1851 24 Doyle, Heather 1871 16, 56 Doyle, Thomas 1841 27 Doyle, William 1821 37. 43. 59 Drablk. Mark 1821 7. 12, 37, 54, 55. 59, 81. 84. 85 Drew, Mrs. Donna 1F1 47 Driscoll, David 1821 Duchardt, Jeff 1831 8, 62 Duchardt, Scott 1871 17, 68 Dufault. Denise 1821 37 Dugan. Lynn 1811 50 Dunham. Mr. Fobert 1F1 31, 47 Durant, Dean 1861 19, 55, 56, 72 Durkln, Denise 1821 37, 55 Duryea, Roger 1831 33, 62 Germain, Merry 1831 5, 33, 60 Gernat, Miss Gail 1F1 46 Gibbs. Gordon 1871 17, 68 Gillette, Frederick 1831 33 Gilllgan, Paul 1861 21, 55, 72 Gillooly, Mr. William 1F1 46, 66 Gingras, Robert 1841 27 Goewey, Bernie 1861 18. 21 Goewey, Bruce 1851 25 Goewey Deborah 1821 38 Goewey, Mary 1821 38 Goewey, Duane 1821 Goewey, Michael 1871 17 Golden, Andre 1831 32, 87 Goss, Carolyn 1821 1, 13, 38, 84 Hayman. Robert 1841 28, 62, 68, 83 Heath, Mary 1851 24 Heinze, Amy 1851 24, 83 Herlihy, Mr. James 1F1 47 Hervieux, Denise 1831 32 Herzberg, Sue 1841 64 Hewins, Cindy 1851 25, 54 Hewins, Pamela 1831 13, 31, 32, 65, 70, 74, 75 Hils, Clem 1841 13, 29 Hinsch, Miss Dora 1F1 47 Hitchcock, Lisa 1821 38 Hohman, Brian 1821 15, 38, 55, 59, 84 Hohman, Sean 1851 25, 76 Hohman, Tracey 1841 29, 59, 70, 82 Holst-Grubbe, Danette 1821 1, 38, 55 Holst-Grubbe, Stacey 1841 29 Horseshow field trip 50 Hotaling. June 1851 25. 56 Hughes. Francine 1841 29, 79 Hughes, Juliet 1821 8, 39 Hughes, Timothy 1851 25 lmpoco, Lucy 1841 29, 64, 65, 78, Goss, Daniel 1861 21, 56, 86 Graber. Mr Rennald 1A1 45, 88 Graduation 50-51 Grady, William 1851 25. 55, 76 G K ll 1831 6. 32. 50. 78 range Green I, ey Brenda 1831 32 Green, Connie 1871 17 Green Linda 1831 32 Green, Melissa 1831 32. 74, 85 Green. Richard 1851 25 Green, Chapin, Sabrina 1851 24, 57, 64, 65, 70. 74, 85 Chapin, Suzanne 1871 15, 70, 71 Chase, Buddy 1811 60, 62. 63 Cheerleading 78-79 Chighlne, Glanne 1861 19, 55 Choquette, Joseph 1871 15 Choquette, Kimberly 1851 25, 54 Christman,Pam 1821 1, 8, 9, 6, 12, 36, 52. 54. 55. 84, 80 Chrlstman, Penny 1871 15, 16, 54, 55 Clark, Scott 1831 31 Clark. Todd 1821 1. 11. 36. 55. 62. 63. 68 Consolati, Mr Thomas 1A1 44 C0nSOllhl, David 1851 25, 56, 72 Consolinl, Mark 1831 33, 55, 57, 62, 72. 73 Cook, Alison 1871 15 Elchstedt, Kelly 1821 1, 8, 37, 59, 62. 84 Elchstedt, Mark 1821 37 Ellne, Matt 1811 60. 61 Ellne, Patrick 1861 19, 66, 72 Ellne, Suzanne 1851 22, 24, 74 Ellne, Mr. Wayne 1F1 85 Emprlmo, Christine 1861 13, 19, 57, 82 Emprlmo, Kim 1811 64, 65 Epilogue 92 Esposito, Amelia 1841 27 Faculty 47-47 Feeley, Brett 1851 22, 24 Fennell, Alice 1841 27, 70 Fennell, William 1821 37, 82 Ferrln, Elizabeth 1831 33, 64, 65 Ferrln, Jeffrey 1861 19 Ferrln, Ray 1841 5, 27, 55, 56, 62, Greene. Jessica 1871 16 Grotz, Michelle 1871 16, 54, 57 Guarnlerl, Debbie 1861 21, 57 Guldl, David 1821 38 Guldi, William 1841 27 Gulotta, Lisa 1841 9, 26, 27, 51, 56, 64 Gunn, Wendy 1811 60, 64, 65 Gunther, Christine 1871 16 Gventer, Ms. Susan 1F1 46 Haddock, Evelyn 1811 51 Hadsell, Jason 1871 16 Hadsell, Lisa 1841 28 Haecker, Andreas 1841 28 Haecker, Stefan 1821 38 Hakulin. Greg 1821 38, 81 Hakulin. John 1831 33 Hall, Cathy 1851 24 Hall, Patrick 1831 33 Hardlowich, Donald 1841 28 Handlowlch, Lynn 1831 28 Handlowlch, Sherri 1831 33 Handlowlch, Timothy 1861 21 79 lmpoco, Marie 1831 8, 13, 32, 57, 64. 78. 83 lngersoll, Russell 1871 lngersoll, Thomas 1851 24 lversen. Rosanne 1821 1, 8, 9, 12, 13. 39. 55, 70, 71, 84, 72. 81 lves, Ronwyn 1841 13, 26, 28, 55, 70, 78. 83 Jaouen, Mrs. Patricia 1F1 5, 47 Jervas, Tammy 1821 1, 1,, 39, 53, 55. 64, 70. 71. 84 Joch, Brian 1871 17, 72 Joch, Charles 1851 24, 83 Johnson, Ginger 1841 28 Johnston, Joseph 1831 32 Johnston, Kelly 1811 50, 64 Johnston, Robert 1861 20, 54, 55 Johnston. Steven 1861 20, 66 Jones, Eileen 1871 14, 17, 57 Jones, Steven 1831 32, 54, 56, 82 Joyce, Charles 1831 33 Joyce, Melissa 1811 4, 64, 65 Joyner, Sue 1851 24 Keiler. Rudi 1841 28. 62. 65, 68, 88 Kelley, Mr. Joseph 1F1 12, 47 Kelly, Brenda 1861 20 Kennedy. Mrs. Anne 1F1 47 Kerber, Mrs. Martha 1F1 18, 47 Killian, Allan 1831 33 Kilmer, Melissa 1841 28 Kimpel, Glenn 1841 28 Kimpel, Nanette 1811 64, 65 King, Carrie 1851 24, 54, 87 King, Melissa 1861 20 Kinsley, Jennifer 1851 22, 24, 70, 81 Brigham, Michele 1871 15, 54, 55 Coon, Matthew 1851 22, 25, 68, 69, 68, 84, 72 Hankey, Kelly 1871 16 Koldys, Mr. Randy 1F1 17, 74 Brown, Clinton 1871 15 72 Ferrln, Theresa 1851 24 Hankey, Paul 1861 21 Kollmer, Mr. Edward 1F1 46, 53, 55 Best Wishes to the Class of 1982 of Douglas md Mary Bauman 1 , SOUDANTS BUILDERS ' PATA? srm Q CHEESE , Baldwin Hill MA South Egremont, MA X. ,rt 90 9 Koneazny, Mrs. Helen 1P1 48 Koneazny. James 1821 39 Kradel, Karen 1821 1. 6. 7. 9. 39. 55. 57. 64, 65. 74. 84. 85. 89 Krol. Joseph 1871 16. 54. 56. 68, 72 Krol. M Kuzia, Mr. LaBreque. 82, 84. LaBreque. Lafayette, Lahart , r. Robert 1F1 46. 64, 65 Richard 1F1 46 Daniel 1851 22, 25. 56. 72 Lisa 1831 33 Michael 1861 21 Rosemarie 1871 16, 55 Lampman, Mr. Allen 1F1 46 Langenback. Ken 1841 29 Lanoue. David 1861 21, 76 Lanoue, Duane 1841 29, 62, 76 Lanoue, Jackie 1831 32. 78 LaPoint LaPoint, . Cherie 1831 65 Michelle 1811 8 Marks. Sano, Amberly 1831 33 Larkin. Amy 1871 16 Larkin, James 1861 21 Lavalette, William 1841 29, 89 Leab, Derrick 1861 21 LeGeyt, Karen 1871 16, 39, 57 LeGeyt, Lesley 1861 20. 57 LeGeyt. Phillip 1841 29 LeGey!. Susan 1821 39. 57 Lehmbeck, Michael 1851 25 Lehmbeck, Joann 1811 59 Litchfield, Maureen 1861 13, 74. 75 Litchfield. Robert 1841 4, 28 Love, Clifford 1871 16 Lowman. Joshua 1871 17, 55 Lowry. Deborah 1831 Lucy. Mr. Donald 1F1 47 Lupiani, Daivd 1871 17 Lyman, Dale 1861 20 Macchi, Dailyn 1821 8, 39. 70 MacDonald. Mrs. Mimi 1 1 51 MacDowell, Richard 1841 28, 55, 76 MacKenzie. Kathy 1841 28, 74 Main, Michael 1821 39. 52, 66. 67. 76 Makuc. James 1821 1, 7, 12, 39. 42, 54, 55. 61. 76. 85. 81. 89 Mallory. Rose 1841 28 Marchione. Jennifer 1851 22, 25 Marchione, Joely 1861 20 Marion. Kevin 1861 20 Marion, Shawn 1851 25 Kelly 1841 28 20. 56. Martin, Martin. Martin. Mathieu Mathieu Anthony 1861 21 Dale 1841 29 Michael 1831 , Arthur 1861 21, 84 . Mark 1841 29 Maynard, Paul 1851 25 McAllister, Christin 1881 55 McDonald, Mr. Joseph 1F1 47, 62, 64, 74. 75 McDonald, Pamela 1831 7, 13, 32, 54, 56. 64. 65. 85 McDonald, Patti 1811 5, 60, 61, 64 McLaug hlin, Kevin 1811 59, 60, 61 Menin. Lisa 1881 55 Menin, Mr. Paul 1F1 47 Michalski, Aron 1811 7, 59 Michalski, Lila 1851 25, 83 Michalski, Sam 1831 32, 59 Mielke. Donald 1871 17 Mielke, Ted 1841 29 Milukas. Mr. George 1F1 47 Mintz. Del 1821 4. 39, 55. 60. 62. 63. 85 Moritz, Mrs. Ginger 1F1 47 Muller. Charles 1821 39 Muller. Christian 1861 21 Muskrat, Abigail 1871 17. 55. 56 Nash. Donna 1841 National Honor Society 50-51 Nicholson, Heidi 1861 21 Nourse. Donna 1861 20. 54 Novak. David 1871 16 O'Brien, Ann 1851 24 O'Brien, Evie 1821 40, 43 O'Brien, Mr. Paul 1F1 47 O'Connor. Denis 1841 28, 52, 66, 73, 89 O'Connor. Peggy 1831 12. 32, 50. 54. 55. 64. 65. 78, 79. 86. 89 Ormsbee, Edmund 1821 86 Ormsbee. Jamie 1831 33 Ovitt, Dawn 1861 20, 54 Ovitt, Janice 1831 33. 54, 61 Ovitt, Karen 1821 8, 9, 40, 43, 54, 62. 63 Ovitt, Michael 1821 8, 9. 40. 54. 62. 63. 66. 67 Ovitt , Owen Sandra 1851 24 S. Debbie 1861 20 Packard. Sally 1871 16 Palmer. Nancy 1851 24 Palmer. Richard 1871 16 Papp, Christine 1831 33. 88 Parker. Daivd 1821 Parks. Suzanne 1861 20 Pavoni. Mr. Richard 1F1 62. 72 Peck. Frederick 1861 20, 68 Pedersen. Mrs. Grace 1P1 48 Pedersen, Hannah 1841 12, 26, 28, 31. 54. 57. 64. 65. 70. 71. 74. 75 Pedretti. Andrew 1831 33. 83, 87 Pedretti, Gillian 1871 16 Pellegrini, Richard 1861 21 Pensoneault, Jesse 1821 43 Percy. Donald 1821 40 Percy, Shelly 1861 21 Peron, Mr. John 1F1 47 Perry. Eric 1851 24. 56. 85 Perry. James 1821 40 Perry. Linda 1881 55 Person. Eric 1871 16, 68 Personnel 48-9 Pezze. Marcus 1861 21, 55 Phillips, Stephen 1861 21 Pickert, John 1871 17. 54 Pickert, Lisa 1821 5, 40. 43. 82, 83 Pierce. Laurie 1871 17 Pino, Ruth 1811 61 Piper, Mrs. Emilie 1F1 46 Pinichemi. Monika 1861 21. 56 Play 58-9 Pond. Kelly 1831 33 Pond, Warren 1861 21, 68 Porrovecchio, Mr. Marc 1F1 46 Pothul, Jennifer 1821 40 Pothul, Steven 1831 33 Pottle, Mr. Daivd 1A1 44 Pottle. Jean 1871 17, 57 Proctor. Marcia 1841 1, 12, 40. 50. 54. 55. 60, 84. 85 Proctor. Melissa 1821 1. 12. 40. 50. 54. 55. 60. 84. 85 Proctor, Rhett 1871 17 Proctor. Scott 1891 84 Proiette, Mr. Alfred 1F1 46, 76, 77 Prom 60-I Provost. Brenda 1861 20 Provost, David 1841 28 Puleri, James 1821 40. 53. 60..661. 62. 63. 81 Quenneville. David 1861 20 Quenneville. Duane 1871 17 Quenneville. Michelle 1861 20 Raimer, Brenda 1851 22. 24, 56 Raimer, Russell 1871 17 Todd 1841 28. 52. 72. 87 Angela 1871 is Mr. Mark 1F1 11. 46 Scott 1841 29 Brian 1841 27, 86 Ranolde. Ranzoni, Raskind. Reeves, Reilley. Reilley. Kevin 1851 25 Replogle. Replogle. Reynolds. Reynolds. Reynolds. Reynolds. Rhoades. James 1841 9, 29 Mark 1861 20 Cheryl 1831 32. 85 James 1861 21 Jill 1871 16. 55 Thomas 1841 29 Susan 1821 40 Rice. Billy 1831 10, 32. 53, 82 Riiska, Todd 1841 29 Robarge. Randy 1841 29 Robarge. Wanda 1861 21 Rokos. Mrs. Muriel 1P1 48 Romano. Frank 1831 32 Romano. Lisa 1851 22. 55 Rooney. Mr. John 1P1 49 Rossi, Denise 1831 13, 31. 32. 55, 64. 70. 71. 74 Rueger, Bryan 1821 40, 62 Ryan, Glenn 1821 Ryder. Scott 1871 16 Sadera. Chris 1831 7. 31. 57. 64. 65. 70. 78. 79. 86. 88 Sadera, Debi 1821 40. 57, 62, 78. 79. 84. 86 Sadera, Denise 1841 28. 51. 62, 78. 79 Salzmann. Michael 1821 1. 8. 41. 55. 84 Scarbro, Annmarie 1861 21, 74 Schneider, Donald 1861 21, 74 Schneider. Wendy 1831 33 Schuler. Jeff 1861 21 Seavey. Mr. C. Wayne 1F1 10. 47. 51 Seely. Beth 1821 28. 87 Seiger, Richard 1831 33. 55. 86 Seiger, Robert 1821 10, 41, 72 Seitz, Mrs. Laurie 1F1 47 Sellew, Mr Welles 1F1 4 Seward, Shannon 1871 16, 54, 55 Shafiroff. Dr. Paul 1A1 45 Shanley, Karen 1831 33. 64 Sheldon, Heidi 1841 28. 54, 70 Sheldon. Kara 1861 21. 54. 56, 66 Shelofsky, Lisa 1881 55 Sheridan. Patrick 1821 Shiminski. Mr James 50 Shiminski, Kyle 1811 4, 50. 62 Shortis. Simon. Kim 1821 6. 41 Mrs. Elizabeth 1F1 6, 47 Siter, Glenn 1831 33 Siter. Gregg 1871 17, 55 Siler. Sharon 1851 25 Small, Mr. Steven 1F1 47 Smith. Daivd 1851 22, 23, 25. 56. 72. 82 Smith. Eric 1811 60, 61. 62. 63 Smith, Matthew 1831 33 Smith. Scott 1831 5. 32, 55. 62 Smith. Sean 1861 20. 55. 84 Smith. Susan 1841 28 Smith. Wendy 1821 92 Soccer 68-71 Softball 64-5 Soudant. George 1851 25. 72 Soudant. Joseph 1871 17. 72 Wartella. Myron 1831 5. 33. 55. 57. 85, 72. 73 Watson. Alice 1821 41. 42. 55. 74 Wa'son. Patty 1861 21, 55. 57 Weinreb. Scott 1841 28. 76 Welch. James 1841 28. 53, 55 Welch. Katherine 1851 22. 24, 57. 84 Welch, Mrs MaryAlice 1F1 47 MaryEllen 1841 9. 28. 51. 54. Welch. 57. 64. 65. 70, 84 Wells. Doug 1831 33. 55 Wells. Jackie 1851 25. 89 Wells, Jane 1831 9. 33. 51. 56. 84, 87 Wells. Jean 1821 41. 86 Wells. Judy 1821 41. 57. sa. 89 Wells. Mikel 1871 17, 56 Wells, Wells. Stephen 1851 25. 76 Terri 1821 1. 41. 56. 84 Soudant. Nancy 1811 64, 65 Soudant. Sally 1821 1. 13. 41, 55. 57. 64. 65. 70. 82. 84 Spagnuolo, Christine 1851 25. 55. 87 Spencer. Wendy 1841 28 Speyrer. Fred 1861 20. 66 Spurr, Robert 1871 17 Stalker. Allen 1841 29 Stalker. Harold 1871 14. 17 Stalker. Myra 1871 17 Norman 1871 17. 54 Stalker. Stapleton. Heather 1831 32 Wessel. Marne 1871 17 West. Andrew 1851 25. 68 West. Danielle 1841 28 West. Richard 1831 33 Whalen. Timothy 1821 41 Wheeler, Wesley 1841 29. 66, 76 Whitbeck, David 1811 62, 63 Whitbeck, Donald 1831 33. 55 Whitbeck, Linda 1821 8. 41. 43. 51. 52. 64, 65. 70, 71. 86 White. Brian 1841 29 White. Richard 1861 21, 55 Stanton. Krista 1811 60. 61. 64 Stanton. Patrick 1831 5. 32. 64, 66. 72. 82 Stetson. David 1871 17 Stevens. Stevens. Stevens. Deborah 1821 41. 50. 51. 55 Fred 1871 16 Michael 1851 24 Stevens. Robert 1851 24 Stewart. Carrie 1851 24 Storti. Mrs. Janice 1F1 47 Streete r, Mrs. Inez 1P1 48 Stringham. Cindy 1841 29, 55. 70. 85 Sullivan. Bruce 1841 5. 29 Sullivan. Chris 1871 16 Sullivan, Maryann 1811 59 Swanson. Jay 1821 9. 41. 62. 68. 69 TenBroeck. Christine 1861 20 Thomp Thurston, son, Scott 1841 29. 62. 72. 73 Cheryl 1841 29 Thurston. George 1831 32 Thurston. Julie 1871 16 Thurston, Kirk 1861 21 Thurston. Mrs Nancy 1P1 48 Turner, Mrs Frances 51 Twing, Laura 1861 20 Twing. Robert 1871 16 Twing. Robin 1851 23. 24. 57, 78 Ullrich. Mrs. Sabrina 1P1 48 VanDeusen. Kellie 1861 21, 56 VanDeusen, Timothy 1871 16 Viall. Thomas 1871 17 Wadman. Michael 1811 59 Walk. Donald 1871 17 Warner, Brian 1841 29 Warner, Gary 1841 28 Warner, Lynn 1831 54. 76, 89 Warner. Mr Tom 70, 71 Wartella. Kathy 1811 7. 59 Wartell a. Mrs Linda 1P1 48 Wickwire. Harold 1851 25 Wilkinson, Carol 1861 21. 54 Wilkinson. Joseph 1821 42 Wilkinson. Wayne 1841 29 Wilcox. Mrs. Joan 1P1 48 Wittnibert, David 1831 9. 33, 68 Wolfe. Mr James 1F1 76, 77 Wolkenstein. Noah 1871 17 Wolkenstein. Stephanie 1841 29, 87, 89 Woodruff, Jon 1861 21. 68. 82 Wrestling 76-77 Wright, Mrs Barbara 1P1 48 Wright. John 1821 7, 12. 42. 60. 76. 84 Wright. Linda 1821 9. 42. 74, 75. 84 Wright. Mark 1871 17, 56 Wuori, Laurie 1821 7. 11. 42. 57, 65. 74. 83. 84. 85. 89 Zablonski, Mr Alan 1F1 47 Ziegler. David 1821 42 Ziegler. June 1851 25 Ziegler. Vale 1841 29 Zigmand, James 1841 13. 29 Zigmand, Karl 1811 9 Zink. Robbie 1851 13. 25. 86 Zink. Steven 1821 13. 42 Complhnents o! 'HAH DESIGN INC. Plaza, . 1-i ' Gi- - W1 'IC .' 41,. - 413-528-4212 .. -in: 1 '-' IDI. ', -' EPILOGUE The Class Of 1982 Remembers Wendy Elizabeth Smith 1964-1979 4' sf. f :VI ' fr - l 0 ', BF 0 - - . Q . .WD x. 4.9.1-if ' 'Q , .. - ' nv' ' pf o 'Q 'fo O - 0 ' A t - 0 4 . . l oz AI'-,-. , ' 1 xkizf' -- '- . ' 6' ' o b Q . . ' 0 ', ' , H "1 1-ff". -f "K-ll! 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