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

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E S 1 3 AURIGAN 19 3 Editor-In-Chief: O,C Aurigan, 1983, Volume 28, ls sponsored and Peg-gy Onnor prepared by members of the Senior Class, Executive Edit0l'SZ Mount Everett Regional School, Sheffield, Greg Carpenter Massachusetts. Due to deadline and delivery , schedules, this yearbook spans the period of Denise Behne time from February, 1982, to February, 1983. Steve Jones gs, I 4 . V A "K r w- AURIGAN STAFF: Top Row: Steve Jones, Kelly Granger, Andre Golden, Janice Ovltt, Denise Rossi, Peggy O'Connor, Marie lmpoco, Pam Hewlns, Beth Ferrln, Scott Smith, Doug Champlgny. Bottom Row: Debbie Aragl, Greg Carpenter, Pam McDonald, Lynn Warner, Cheryl Reynolds. Llnda Green, Denise Behne, Chris Sadera, Jackie Lanoue, Frank Romano. Absent: Llsa Labrecque, Wendy Schnelder. Xi PLACES ' A , l..v I . ,aiwm .Merc 'Hao .mr Q 1 "fy '1.i,.3. igggmlfg.-n-an ., ,,.,q,.'-vrvx-uucwlllll 5 - 'Sw 'vciw x T, I Q 1 .x .55 S' . :fx L.-T? ' :- S-' ma? . fit? W vi' V 1 ff, ,igwbis XJ Q. r Q, v GJ' ,, 1' F4 2f..,3fxqp?." .QQ Y Si Rlftllvj Q H SY -v ll . Q-ft , - x' ' f f w-2' ' 'T-'G rf' 17 A ' ll ff - .-- ' ' .-yr . e . fu-I' . X: q., 5? TABLE OF CONTENTS: Places . 2 People . 12 Doings . 50 Index . 86 PICTURES. Opposite page: ITop Left! Mt. Everett Regional School. fMiddle Left! lnds. Arts fBottom Left! Driveway. fTop Right! Flag pole. IMidd1e right! Front of school. fBottom Right! Driveway. This Page: fTop Left! Mike Bradley. IMiddle Left! Denise Behne. lBottom Left! Bill Guldl. ITop Right! Adminis- tration building. fMiddle Right! High school wing. fBottom Right! Conservation building. 'ffm , PIO 1 ,.,.g,.' "', 1 -'V F3'.N,l7' ' v u . ,A- .1 J .sl tw' .1,..., VL 'cz Q39 ,M L-mme' lil.. -Q' -q. '-'-r ...L 25 3.1 'IM j A, .. Q . My " 4. gf 'gk 9, ., Among the aspects of school that can be tiresome, there are some that can be fun, too. There are many activities and programs involving students outside the classroom. These activities help break up the monotony we sometimes feel during remote parts of the school year. This feature is a scrapbook of those activities and the people involved. pyro-on ,Y ' 9' A -P 4. fm' I 'imggr' - , ,. sa 'X X l ll: l I I 1 . 4: ,A -.- FEATURE KCONTDJ ,g4,f?gQ. Car, ,cgig easily firdte :t 2 Qaice. Cris E:4's:s, 3-31 Heuer ::.: Hari. Ccifzf. 3 ' - ' " ""'::':' -:": --' Cf- -- -V ----. ..--... J... ...-..... ' A V , - . 3--.-2.-...-.- .-- N.,.,,, . ia. Dans A " ..: '-' if -..c .,,- ,.: ...c ..:.,,... 1 9 . -, r .,g, , V V ' A .ji iv, F Q ' o 'I I 6 l on-4, f - L a .- -4 . "I 7 -' . F ,- . f - fo' .. .. I L- i, -s r V I' s-f-4 - I . ff .4 li . - nl l L 4? KROL JEWELERS BERKSHIRf BAND INSTRUMENT TA Yl.OR'5 HOME CENTER THE PROVISION COMPANY :Ear "Tc..cr. cf Class" CO. 5 Regrcai Street B-cx Prospecz Lake Road Lmtzber and Buildktg Materials 24 Railroad Street l ff afwgfcf. an Nm: Egremcnt. an 01252 Gr. Barrington. MA 01230 C1230 -113-525.21-1 199 Stockbridge Road 'rt Kr: -213 525-Qll Great Barringiort. MA 01230 1413! 528-2078 PICTURES fLeft Column! Top to bottom: The Seniors, Sherrie Handlowich looking evil. lRight Column! Top to bottom: Janice Ovitt waiting for her hired driver, people checking out a National Guard gung Lynn "' Warner and Peggy O'Connor enjoying Steve Jones's coffee. ' :vu ! , 'R .M Je: ,, , ,- X59 . XXX ..., ,.. l 1 l E I ' vp I rx 244, 32, l T34 SHELl.Y'S MAPLE WOOD FABRICS INC. Q 'I'ROY'S TRAVEL AGENCY JONE5Y'S ART SUPPLIES Old Route 47 323 Main Street X 306 Main Street Ashley Falls, MA 01722 Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 38 State Road Great Barrington, Mass. 01230 Tel. l413l 229-8767 l413l 528-2174 Great Barrington, MA 01230 Tel.: 413-528-1721 PRINTS - CANVAS - AirfRail+fTours FRAMING LandfSea 7 'M '11 tl 3- 1-Q rm" ' ,Ni . qua: L. .il 2'1s 1, 4 ab, lung. X f ff' - ,- , 0 . ' U , ar L-: .fzfiff-. Atl 5534, 1 - -h . 1.'-if cu f -9. ' -A 3' 'U " s - , - ar 9 I Q . 1 9 at Q vc Nu Ji. ax 4-if vfkt' -'it 7. 14 li:-I 4 .75 J 1 ' ' 1 ,--- -:Q -1 Kg., A 'Q 3-3 'igw-iff Ak 5' f .. -, J 5 V 71' -' -, ' :.., -, XL, y .,: ,. 1 . f 'FX' F ,-4-A vi ' " f ' . . T , ,, ,gli - 4 f' HK' il 2 T u NNHII 'hrs W ' fxfgy ifig l ' iq i il 1,--411' haul gc ' .fd 1 Q LQG SERVICENTER LEATHER WORKS HARLAND B. FOSTER , David W, Emprimo large assortment of leather Robert J. Foster 69 South Main St. accessories and handmade jewelry. 15 Bridge St., Gt. Barrington Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 9 Railroad St., Gt. Barrington, MA Rs: 229-2074-Bus: 528-1322 413-528-4884 --nf1 The Spirit Works Program By Chris Sadera Spirit Works is a fun way of improving our school and school spirit - academi- cally, athletically, spiritually - and im- proving our school's appearance. A little bit of competition is added among the four high school classes, but it's worth it because it does improve our school and school spirit. I think "Spirit Works!" .-.- f A ---f- --V -- Layout by Jackie Lanoue and Debbie Aragi, PICTURES This page lTop Left! Greg Carpenter. KMiddle Row! Left to right: A victory for Mark Consolinig getting ready for the Spirit Works "round-up" assembly: Pat Eline: Rudi Keiler carefully finishing his sundae. KBottom Row? Rudi Keller running the show: Chris Sadera finds her partner: the table after Rudi has finished: Andre Golden playing it cool, Opposite page lTop Row! Left to right: Ann Decker: a happy lunch lady: stage band: Fred and Kurt finishing. KMiddIe Pictures! Mr. Chamberland and his new buddy: Sonny's Art Gallery: Hannah Pedersen: a locker with SPIRIT: Jon Andrus: a foyer with spirit. IBottom Pictures! The SENIORS on stage: Ms. Simon watches the students pig out: Becky and Karen: Cheryl Reynolds. p S -g. ll i 'L 4 3 ff sx, 1. x x 3 L fa. ri' 5 Y? "1 lLeftJ Spirit Works makes the lunch ladies happy because students are supposed to clean the cafeteria. My ,wi 1. 555. MV fBeIowJ The Spirit Works brings the students closer to the admin- istrators! - " g Q. "H--N.:-. i it for ...MXN L.,.,J ,Q -F 'W -. .f'f All-if lf , v . F - , . 5- 1 F.- I N 4 J ! I I I I Ng. .u.x- , U ,. 'h 1 Q: " 553 J '25 ng ,SK t E? nw' .1 5-2 'miilf Xfww -4. l,,4-my ff -1f'+ 3' ' Q 'Q' If 3 3 s R 1 ..g,, ,71::, .v., -, . qx Q , , 1, .gtk P Y ' fl. 'A ,B 4,51 329 7 .x , - lk' u..,.u.n . in 4MP Y' 'Z I' -HMwuuuAlQ,1... l..1ll" 1 if l,-41 ll-nl I lllll a'l I ,nv .bw QW ,..- DERCLASSME r-1 .. , ' ,A ' f .W .L .J l -Q t f" I4 ,D PICTURES: S! 4:J:v1 -- ' ' no -' ..' . . -4.1 'r' A'- xrz,-,C - xrq- ,., ..,..,. ,'.,. C -......- -I f D ,J I 1 vw A- A6 ge-- .sl 5 1091 .s- WFT 1. 5 in p.. --.. -0- ..- . .....-. Q A .6.,v xi. Gecfge f-' ties, Greg Race. Traps Cf.r.st:j:f'r T-fn-: Qce Sezaarz, '-.255 Daw' Piet? '-ii,-:r,s:' je: Q.:,:-e. -Vagie .'-f :Le .-TQ" -Kittie: 55:22. Kel. , -.- -Y ,4-.-. C C- ,...w :,...C.:. -, .X ,K Z--..:.- ......,.-. ,..... ..f-.. -2 "N-....,.-. KI .- ..fc....,..., ,'..r.: .- -- lp- r 3 .,f,.'-.., ...cc . 'HEQI 25.5- T-fmn. ..-. .e.V-..- .:.. . ...... 3 xl- -... ......--...-...-- L ' A -: A c c l......- ,. ..--. 'X ...., , N gi' .Q 1 A ,VY . 'ir' I, War N N515 Cllfden Agar Jean Blanchard Douglas Brown Lloyd Busch Susan Carpenter Bruce Arnstead Eric Boardman Burton Burkholder Nancy Bynack Frederick Chase Kurt Bartzsch Elizabeth Clarke Brian Clay James Decker ,r--...1 IIN 'L ivy' gn. X1 .-gl 10,3 5. sr' yt Ni.- I ls, W. JK ' s l r -N J 1' 'QQ A I" K 1' X U' es- , .v 1 'smcfw , V, VII-.....f I I . J. Bw' 40" 4 f 'Tj' 'Wx r fm I it 4 'Il A ri' S. , .1 .,, n .l' Jeanna Demont Marsha Elsenbrandt Stephen Fennell Saskla Fernandez Lee Ann Fleming 1 '15-W' IW!! 11,43 op..-.W up--'od' f-r 'CIF Benjamin Galarneau Carol Gillette David Goewey Spencer Graves Mark Green x X Mark Guldl Henry Handlowlch Mark Handlowlch Edward Harvey Amber Helnze A r Robert Hervleux Thomas Hewins Pamela Hosier Michael Johnson Christopher Johnson Jeanine Kilmer Laurie Klnna Dean Lanoue Lauralee Leab Matthew Leukroth Christopher Makuc Dorothy Mallory Betsy Marks George Mathes Chris McAllister 49- 419 1,4 -- ?????!tm . I Q V 'U rv' ,Q ff , ... 1-' :- ,1 1.4 . ,W V , T77 Lisa Menln Tasha Murfitt Garrett Naylor Travis Ovitt Wayne Ovitt YZ'- av" rf if 'X ,- . 0' 'W' N.. - .5 , . Jonathan Peck Scott Penzlner Linda Perry Erlk Petersen Gino Pezze :gs ,, 7' ,. ' ans O V O . fn- ',',' Y'f1 ff' I . 4- jfiflvqfg 11.':!:.. FF! SI i Ll K5 i ,.- ...- T59 :C 'bb .- 1,3214 .S. - ',0f n' nr-'5 5w i'..'g'. -'. .'v't,'.'. I ..o 1 -- s .N , 1. ffl. fst- f is 7E.:,-.:.,T3,S5',-.IVx.: I-'v . 1 x- H ' 3 v ' '--.-L-':.-Y-:I .-G-tri: x , gl I . nl. fn".-0" - ,QC il! 7 , K Y 'Cy' Q 'I' !x-X, Q-ff if if 'CX ff I Wendy Provost Gregory Race Brian Rosler Steven Saunders Mark Seavey Joseph Seward Lisa Shelofsky David Smith Klm Stalker Michael Stevens lv' Valerie Sullivan Eric Vining Paul Tatro Janice Wells Janet Therlot Kimberly West Jeannie Thurston Eric Whitcomb Jennie Van Deusen Keith Wilkinson SENIORS OF JU Ion HIGH sf l I I 1235 I l I . 0 i 1 I '."Uv 'S 'hang l - - t -. dlgfli' 5 -. 4' ' fl! x Y 979 'gg l . I.. 'b' u 'J 0' 0 1 59 !' .1 0 ' cb ' i l l ? ..,,, K . " P-Q-X .., -'i 'fbi :-Q""'? 'cg-1',.g"E..:f-W , -.'1'?i 1' i if l PICTURES: KTop Left! Tim Van- i D Deusen, David Lupiani, Connie Q l in Green, Russell Raimer, Jason Had- sell, Fred Stevens, Jack Case, and Donald Mielke. Norman Stalker, Mi- chelle Grotz, Marna Wessel. fMiddlel . HV , Alyson Bushey, Kelly Hankey, Scott fktvli x Ryder and Angie Ranzoni. Kelly " ' Hankey, Gillian Pedretti, Donald Y P Walk, Michelle Grotz, April Bush, David Novak. Jeanie Dean, Michelle Barrier, Sue Chapin, Kelly Hankey, Mr. Lucy and David Stetson. fBot- tom Left! Glen Armstead, Michelle Barrier, Jerry Bassett, Trevor Coon, Sue Chapin, Michelle Barrier. . ,JI X Q 3 , Q M Glen Amstead Laurie Aragl Gary Ball Michelle Barrier Kristina Barrett , , 4 . Q.. fh ., Y' ' 2 v s 1-x 1 .,. I - xx Jerry Bassett Ricky Bassett Teri Beattl Michael Bennett Margaret Bettis f ""'-G. 9 el Joe Blernackl Deana Blgalow Lega Blouln Mark Bredenfoerder Michelle Brigham 'C' I7 M Q 'un-.. K l 1, I s nfl 1.9 Clinton Brown Alyson Bushey Beatrice Colin Cadogan Brunnschweller Victor Cappadona Randy Burkholder Jack Case April Bush Sue Chapln Kevin Bush Q R l ,A Joe Choquette Penny Chrlstman Tlm Coon Trevor Coon Ed Davidson 1 D Q ir- ' G- L Ea qi i K tv' u.r v r N . Brian Davis Jennie Dean Heather Doyle Scott Duchardt Becky Eisenbrandt 4. wv-Y i li .-? N-f .,.t A-. X . "- ' A . , , 145.1 ,.u..V,- ' 4 ,,, S.: Rebecca Framback Gordon Gibbs Mark Goewey Michael Goewey Connie Green v " I A .' X Jessica Greene Michelle Grotz Christine Gunther Jason Hadsell Kelly Hankey .J Karen Hays Russell Ingersoll Brian Joch Eileen Jones Joseph Krol N11 f"'C Q5 U' ra! bu-7' R A T .,-.. I fix it TV its 'tsvl Rosemarie Lahart Amy Larkin Karen LeGeyt Clifford Love David Lupiani lv ifilgi Donald Mielke Abigail Muskrat David Novak Richard Palmer Gillian Pedretti .grf .fx 'T7 'CY x v , , u 5,-V A Eric Person John Plckert Laurie Pierce Warren Pond Jean Pottle Yr? I 14 mr V .:w .afQ!Zff1?! Q' 'N-f Rhett Proctor Scott Ryder Harold Stalker Duane Quennevllle Shannon Seward Myra Stalker Russell Raimer Gregg Slter Norman Stalker Angela Ranzonl Joseph Soudant David Stetson Jlll Reynolds Robert Spurr Fred Stevens 'TY QQ' b the-A 'lf-rr lx , 4 x 1 G -. .- -n 4 X . , , ,A . w., . , 3 5 sh - f P4 , , .. , L , 'ml ,if , 5 T71 A4 x Chrls Sullivan Julie Thurston Kirk Thurston Robert Twlng Tim Van Duesen :vw Kp? ' Donald Walk Mikel Wells Marne Wessel Noah Wolkensteln Mark Wrlght K Freshmen are good students - mostly - but they are noisy: you can hear freshmen from anywhere in the building. We'll give them three years to learn how to be proper seniors. is if , 1 in l , ,Vw PICTURES: fTop Right! Michelle Percy and Ann Marie Scarbro, Ellen Board- man, Dan Goss, Chris Emprimo, and Mike Coon, Tiger Pellegrini. fMiddlej Mark Candee, Moe Litchfield, Kara Shel- don, Michelle Chapin and Debbie Guar- niere, Monika Pizzichemi, Mike Coon, Mr. Eline and Pat Eline, Brian Carney, Fred Speyrer and Mark Devoti. fBottom Left! Mr. Kollmer and Jeff Gauthier, Tammy Ranolde, Ann Marie Scarbro and Connie Amsteacl. Q C Fl-ty! LV V 4. X I' -f I l- , Vo .1315-' ls 5 Y ' 41, ,MI , t 1 ',, ....-A a"'f 'if "lg-5"'?+ .,, 4 Twlif '5 I , G K- S 5 Nzgrik I ' tg , 12 lr' Q K. A ' an it ' YK 4 Qgigtf, Wav ' . W x 'Pi CLASS OFFICERS: President-Pat Elineg Vice-President-Mike Coong Treasurer-Bob Johnstong , ..,. ., V Secretary-Carol Wilkinson. EQ 1 My n X-f is ' .7157 if If :wr .-,Q 'CN Q: xr ' .r 5192, . fly?" I . ,L nh . 5 Nay ,' ll XR' I gg I, , .FK 4" "" " A NW D Connie Amstead Charlene Bobola Mark Candee Michelle Chapin Trever Curtls Ellen Boardman Steven Brucale Brian Carney Gianni Chlghlne Russell Curtiss Matthew Boardman Aaron Bryans Bonnie Chaffee Michael Coon Ann Davis Melanie Dorsey Dean Durant ff Ah 5. if '- A 1 f K. ,H Z 1-5 Q, 'li ! ,- ix 1 'V' A fl 1 110 ,ov ska" Q Patrick Ellne Christine Emprlmo Jeffrey Ferrln Gerald Field Robert Fisher . 1 A VY ? 1? "4 rss 1 1 . 91 5 Qi I 4 5 r 3 1 I 'if 22 ' Ty Zami, 'LQ v,- Tw 15' ' iv? if tugged Q Y? -I I Av- 141 ' in Laura Frambach Willard French Jeffrey Gauthier Paul Gilligan Bernard Goewey i X ir l It '- H K 'A Daniel Goss Kevin Green Debbie Guarnlerl Timothy Handlowich Paul Hankey U lk, 1 w Q., C? S L 1' fxenlfi 1 , xr 1 Kelley Hayes Robert Johnston Steven Johnston Brenda Kelly Melissa King ,David Lanoue CL. 'Y Yi Dale Lyman James Larkin Joely Marchione Derrick Leab Kevin Mill'l0l'l Lesley LeGeyt Anthony Martin Maureen Litchfield Afihlll' Mathieu 'V Us Q V C., tw Quinn McCarthy Christian Muller Heidi Nicholson Donna Nourse Dawn Ovltt xy. :frm x . s M K , . K, 1 x ' ' - . I .lx S 1 I-F, x .555 J N if ici' S4-w'f1f 7 i 12-Qu. Debble Owens Suzanne Parks Frederick Peck Richard Pellegrlnl Michelle Percy Marcus Pezzee Stephen Phllllps Monika Plzzlcheml Brenda Provost David Quennevllle T' lx is 'x Michelle Quenneville Tammy Ranolde Mark Replogle James Reynolds Wanda Robarge N-all to N P , ,N hnuxb X ! ii, Q Annmarie Scarbro Donald Schneider Jeffrey Schuler Kara Sheldon Sean Smith Frederick Speyrer Chrlstln Tenbroeck Laura Twlng Kellie Van Deusen Patricia Watson C7 Ellen Whltbeck Richard White Carol Wllklnson Jase Woodruff Jon Woodruff - :Qv - ' A . up I . 'P ' jeu, f g r - PICTURES: Robbie Zinl-4. Steven Bell. Jim Zigmand. Sandy Ovitt. Steven Bell. Kathy Behne. Kathy Hall. !Top Right! Matt Coon. Duane Lanoue. Bill Grady. Linda Hayes. Cindy Hewins. fMidd1el Sabrina Chapin. Bill Grady. Linda Hayes. Becky Bush. Jennifer Kinsley. Mark Annelli. Matt Coon. Laddie Garrett, George Soudant, Theresa Bettis. Katherine Welch. Jackie Wells, Chris Spag- nuolo. fBottom Left! Kathy Hall and Jenni- fer Marchione. KOpposite Page! Mr. Pottle. Ms, Archey. Brenda Raimer. Dave Conso- lini. Laddie Garrett, Jennifer Kinsley, Kath- erine Welch. Tracy Bell. Katherine Welch. Brenda Raimer, Kim Choquette. Laddie Garrett. Amy Heinze. Sabrina Chapin and Chris Sadera, A 5 1 'Q' v . CLA Deck 4 ' Q0 H 1,- 'E 'Erin , 1322323931 1"-1 .vu-W SS OFFICERS: President-Brenda Raimerg Secretary'Sandy Ovittg Treasurer-Ann er. L .- Z F: 2, ': -R1 -15' mum. -1 Q-21 "PQ Qilwiii Lili? Ili-GDT' CFYI' ii' H ,ULN lift KT: Hui xx V Kelth Amstead Roger Ball Jr. Christian Behne Katherine Behne Tracey Bell Theresa Bettis Charles Anstett Karl Busch -Q ff Q . I , ., rt xx lx' . v KN Becky Bush Sabrina Chapin Klmberly Choquette David Consolinl Mathew Coon VCR' DS. I. r gx r ' 1 4! .Q , Qu.,- C' Betsy Crlne George Davis Jr. Ann Decker Elizabeth Doyle Suzanne Ellne nu. r S as -- "swf ' ,., I W ,Q U ,,. 1 v I .V C' F' ' . .gg 'fr' . Y ul.. Pl. , y ' QW '53 .QQ -" I . 3 15 Ill IIIIIEII El IIE!! :t'.o'0.". ,K fa 1- il i Y'7 Theresa Ferrin Adelaide Garrett ' Kassle Gates Bruce Goewey William Grady, Jr. Richard Green Cathy Hall Brett Hartley Kathleen Hayes Linda Hayes X' 1 Mary Heath Amy Helnze Cindy Hewins Sean Hohman June Hotaling Q Timothy Hughes Thomas Ingersoll Charles Joch lll Susan Joyner Carrie King Tw S., 1 3' V7 Jennifer Klnsley Daniel Labrecque Michael Lehmbeck Leon Lltchfleld Jennifer Marchlone R Shaun Marlon Paul Maynard Lila Mlchalskl Ann O'Brien Sandra Ovitt If Nancy Palmer Eric Perry Brenda Ralmer Kevln Rellley Lisa Romano X K7 ,Q 'i' J 3? g t 4 A s s. r Q I SJ! f li' iw Y,"7 Sharon Slter David Archer Smith George Soudant Chrlstlne Spagnuolo Michael Stevens Robert Stevens Robin Twlng James Webster Katherine Welch Jackie Wells 15.7 I "U 4 X , ' 'Sa 11, .1 Q A 9' .1354 1 1 I . "ai "ff 5 Ji z ' 4 Stephen Wells Andrew West Lisa Marie Yusko June Ziegler Robbie Zlnk QQ They'll get there. Juniors will. Good class . . . lots of brains and lots of energy. They'll be great seniors next year. '7 PICTURES Left Stackf Sue Srtmthg Class cficersi Hannah Pedersen. Rcrti Ives. Jzrrt Replcgle. Sherri Burkiolder. Steven Bell. , .Vljcfe Stack! Beth Sealy Keri Lange:- C . . , . . . Cacfx. ,121 Rep.og.e. Dave Gautier. Kurt Callahan High! Stack' Mike Lehmbeck. Jlm Zigmandg Rudi and Davzdg Scott Reevesg Kurt Callahan. s -e "N, Q 2 f 1 M Y' al. '- ' J- '- ' . P , k ,r 'A jx" X ' " i X ' A -- 53: x g , f- 'LL x Q ' Al o D 1 A l 'v T: . ' ? E ' ' l ' H, ff - . L A E Q v K ll L. l., 1, as 9' .gr s .,g 'U Q 4. fl " vs., . ' rf 4 liar' . ,F -AV ,' cl .fr - - . Q--Q' -V , 0-F as- - , . , 4 a , g J V . I , 4 L x x . l aaa. F A wa 13- K 4 .,.'-,r , - '54-Y M.: . -nb g 'ZQQ-e 'u rig: A , . I .U In i A I fQL9H Nu , . H, , XJ' . J' al' .L '51 656' K ,Q 9. G- I Mark Amstead Mark Annelll Becky Barnum Andrew Bassett Melissa Bassett ly ' , We! 1 us WN.. Q Steven Bell Suzanne Bouthlllette Laurie Briggs Sherri Burkholder Bonnie Bush 1 HA, -ff f 'ki it Q .ln It U 11' 4 - 1' ,tc gf g,,t Q.-.41 K flt Brldglt Bush Cynthia Bush Susan Bush Kurt Callahan John Carney l Michele Carr Christine Cartinelli Todd Coon Danielle Cote Wllllam Crlne 4 'LQ Julie Curtlss Theresa Dapretto Tammy Davis Thomas Doyle Amelia Esposito i T 0 Alice Fennell Raymond Ferrln Theresa Flint David Gauthier Robert Glngras . f ,. Q. iff' , N x Y-"7 x QS A . Va 'G 'H ti XX' X ll xx xx William Guldl Lisa Gulotta Lisa Hadsell Andreas Haecker Heather Hatfield AQ an rv K?- Vx l Karen Hayes Denise Hervieux Buzzy Hils Tracey Hohman Stacey HolstGrubbe Q F P -f' fm 1 Lucia lmpoco 4 Kenneth ROUWVD Ives Langenback Ginger Johnson Duane Langug Rudra Keller William Lavalette Melissa Kilmer Phillip LeGeyt Robert Litchfield Richard MacDoweIl Kathleen MacKenzie Rose Mallory Dale Martin Mark Mathieu N' I s .V ' N Theodore Mlelke Denis O'Connor Hannah Pedersen Steven Pothul Marcia Proctor sz" 'Q K X is--' 'JD-C' "LJ: -0. uf-5 D s "Q-Z? Todd Ranolde Scott Reeves Brlan Rellley James Replogle Thomas Reynolds I W Wllllam Rice Todd Rllska Randy Robarge Denise Sadera Beth Ann Seely Heldl Sheldon Susan Smith Wendy Spencer Allen Stalker Bruce Sullivan Scott Thompson Cheryl Thurston Wayne Timm Brlan Warner Gary Warner Q7 Scott Welnreb James Welch MaryEllen Welch Ronl Werley Danielle West 49.9 x , 'Ek Wesley Wheeler Wayne Wllklnson Stephanie Wolkensteln Vale Ziegler James Zlgmand SENIORS ls the year to be Soon off, and being wild and free the world will become a brighter place when the class of 83 ', shows it's face. -DENISE BEHNE gf CATHY BASSETT Watch out, world, here I come! DEBBIE ARAGI "I don 't knowp"' 1 E sr.: It x n S S.. l ' U JON ANDRUS Live to ride, ride to live. 4, A ! TAMMY BOBGLA Dreams are forever, but reality is now. DENISE BEHNE Learn to pause or nothing , worthwhile will catch up to you, PETER BRUCALE ROBIN BUNCE To all the future drivers, l Let's squirm-warm lmeans leave six guardrails in front of Dancing! Ziegler 's Y' K: 5. I am ready for the challenge of life. MIKE BRADLEY Well, that's life! 'ii X' - KIM BUSH I can still remember kindergarden, now I 'm How time flysl 8 56fliO!'. Peter ' " I' QQ1 'Y V. , I ? , 1 k ,L . ' J Brucale E .-, 1 fr - -f A ,K 'X . w ' , rv .2 - T .1 Y , F K ROBERT CANDEE A year has come, a year has gone, at the end of this year l'll be gone, MARK CONSOLINI It feels better than fine to be graduating. We be seeing you! .52-E91-W, "af-'T-ffl? . :aff ar if , , C . --vm-. A , ,N -A ...N qfv- W. j..,, .ut -. w..a, - , ' y,.' "H--N.,.....-,y V... A 3:- STAR DAVIS Together we can do it! GREG CARPENTER "Extra, extra read all about it, DOUG CHAMPIGNY the class of 1983 ' will soon be Guitarists do it with their gone, " lingers! by-...vx if, ANDY COTE GLENN CURTISS l don 't get mad, Gopher it! 5 N L, 'X ROGER DURYEA PPPSSSURE, go for it! BETH FERRIN Like me for me, not for what you want me to be. as ik-5 tl it SCOTT CLARK Live by the sword, die by the sword. li 7 ' ""ifi: , ' Ff a, ,,. , 5? -X :sq SARA DAVIDSON Do it the way Pruit used to do it' JT Q :Qu xx Q X0 M MERRY GERMAIN We have had our good and bad times, but we finally made it. FRED GILLETTE I'm glad it is overl l X ANDRE GOLDEN E I will be remembered as the ' class of 83's Fonziel I 'm a cool ' cat! MISSY GREEN Friendship is having loyalty to a friend. Love is caring. 4 T. Q1 gd .- Y if 5':.. ..---1....!f-'17-----5 '- ,esi" .,nuus"',f""1:'. ,' .eU"..usu1l",,1"'., , ,nn ,..,qo vu ' a ' 15' 1' of' v '. it 4 O .h,.,.gs' ...W ' 8. " su--"',.w' . JOHN HAKULIN v 4 . ,gn ' ' ws' . I Fml""'--'u0",qf' ' . ,lug ' , 34,3,p.::a H When you laugh with people, - 'ff' ' I-3:"" ' Y" , ' you have a good time. ADAM HATFIELD Dazed and confused' KIT? 4 r X ' . If ,K fe-ar BOB HAYMAN Do not be alarmed! Q, KELLY GRANGER "Oh lord, keep the real world away from me."' K PAT HALL PAM HEWINS Life is trying to impress those who have impressed us. LINDA GREEN and that's why I hate ya so much. SHERRIE HANDLOWICH Take each day as it comes, for you only live that day once. MARIE IMPOCO What if? .... i 0- Semor Portraits VALLEY I ' 5 " :C -4 JOE JOHNSTON Just when you 've got it all together, someone else messes it up. LISA LABRECQUE Day dreams are memories that stay with you forever. ,A np? f K ,.4 r PAM MCDONALD One who loves many, will be happy with one. . 5 STEVE JONES My theory of life is: "Don't worry about it, you 'll get over il. U 'CN' JACKIE LANOUE Got any good gossip?" .4 bv-is Q.. 5, . HILDA MILLER Life is like a ship in the waters of death. 'lg CHUCK JOYCE Negative! pl -I DEBBIE LOWRY Time goes by so fast, so live each day to the fullest. PEGGY O'CONNOR As Freshmen, we had just begun, Now, as Seniors we are finally done! N 1-"7 f lr.. PHOTOGRAPHERS, Springfield, M 3' tal ALAN KILLIAN 388 'U , 3 . ers 07? f'- MIKE MARTIN "Head out" JAMIE ORMSBEE lt has been a long road, but it is not over yet, the climb has just begun. KELLY POND Jus: be 4L'O..JfS2..f and :to ore JANICE OYIL . can teff you yogfre :'o:::5 qt Cai ,rod :.':ag:.':e9 wrong. Q C A I CHERYI. REYNOLDS Go for it! 5 I AMBER SANO Remember me happy or sad. But most ot' all the good nmes we had. 44 Y , I, f, . ., 1,82 be ' ,Vl . m 1- r 1 H Q T . X -- .- I as 51 , 'E- 2. .: - 'Q . xx ,lf . rc sit.,-I I . xx ' ' s s Q. 1' .x 1' nl . u 5 nu ,s x ,u ,n X ,Q . ',n ,M mtg , .xg . W n 1' .1- 0 ls ,Q .l'a .1 'ul' 'n ,.'.l ' H . -v .0 .' ' -' CHRIS PAPP ANDY PEDRETTI We are the people out parents Set the controls for the heart warned us about of the sun. Q: rl 04- A ,+A I . FRANK ROMANO A long farewell to my friend Westy. We share a stein ot' mudd. ,.v DENISE ROSSI Thanks to Mt. Krol + my mom and dad, lcouldn't have done without you. CHRIS SADERA Thanks for letting me be me. a crazy and corny "kid". ' ' Z. A T. l as P3 'S 5 s -44 ts? L WENDY SCHNEIDER Think ot' all the happy times the love of a best friend. RICH SEIGER Being in school is like being in a boat with a hole in it. PAT STANTON Awesome, totally awesome! 0 X X N X LYNN WARNER Look out world, here we come! J, , fl .fx .iff , ,ff 1 5 11.3, 'sf -I -fggr., .Af H . X 5 ,TIE f v' .. KARIN SHANLEY "No way manl" GLENN SITER "Don't worry about it!" '5 '..f'I . 'X :TEV Q... X fs. T: GEORGE THURSTON At whatever you are working at, win honor and a name for honesty. Mx W I x I ' 8 1. "AI Q 3-1 DOUG WELLS JANE WELLS School is a drag it drags HAM you seriousgn on and on and on ! ' 7' SCOTT SMITH "See ya later, Bye,"' fc' . Q L '. MYRON WARTELLA Scandeless, this must cease. ,up- 11 DAVID WITTNEBERT New Jersey or bust! SENIOR INFORMATION JON CHRISTOPHER ANDRUS, 7-28-65. Gt. Barrington, Drvr Ed 3, Prom 3. DEBORA ANN ARAGI, 7-28-65, Gt. Barrington, HnRl 2,3,4, Play 4, Prom 3, Sftbl Mgr. 3, StuAid 3, Wrstling Mgr. 3,4, Yrbk 4, Soc. 4. CATHERINE JANE BASSETT, 3-10-65, Gt. Barrington, Band 1, X- Cntry Mgr. 3,4, DrvrEd 3, Prom 3. DENISE E. BEHNE, 9-2-65. Massapequa, NY, FldHk Mgr. 2, HnRl 2,4, Prom 3, Yrbk 4. TAMMY MARIE BOBOLA 9-5-64, Gt. Barrington, X-Cntry Mgr. 1,2,3,4, DrvrEd 2. HnRl 1,2,3,4, Prom 3, Wrstling Mgr. 3, Yrbk 4, MICHAEL M. BRADLEY, 5-17-65, Sharon, CT. Bsbl 1, X-tea, 3, DrvrEd 2, Play 4. Prom 3 PETER BRUCALE, 4-3-65, New Rochelle, NY. DrvrEd 3, ROBIN L. BUNCE, 2-21-65, Gt. Barrington, Chrdng 2, DrvrEd 2, Sftbl 1,2, StuAid 4. KIMBERLYJ. BUSH, 1-8-65, Gt. Barrington, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1,4, Prom 3. ROBERT GORDEN CANDEE, 3-25-65, Gt. Barrington, Wrstling 1. GREGORY EARLE CARPENTER, 3-18-65, New Haven, CT, AvClb 3,4, X-Tea 3, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 3,4, Nwsppr 3,4, Play 2,3,4, Stu GovtPep 4, Ybbk 4, DbClb 2, BySt 3, QzTe 4.. DOUGLAS M. CHAMPIGNY, 6-15-65, Gt. Barrington, Band 2,3,4, X- Cntry 3,4, HnRl 3,4, Wrstling 1,2,3, BySt 3. SCOTT F. CLARK, 9-8-65, Gt. Barrington, DrvrEd 3, MARK ANTHONY CONSOLINI, 2-12-65, Gt. Barrington, Band 1,2,3,4, Bsbl 1,2,3,4, Bsktbl 1,2,3,4, DrvrEd 3. ANDREW S. COTE, 5-21-65, Pittsfield, MA DrvrEd 3. GLENN A. CURTISS, 4-29-65, Sharon, CT, Bsbl 1,2,3,4, Drvr Ed 2, THERESA ANN DAPRETTO, 12-26-64, Bay Shore, NY, Sftball, 2, StuAide 4. SARA C. DAVIDSON, 9-16-65, Bridgeport, CT, Bsktbl 2,4, DrvrEd 3, Prom 3, StuCncl 4, StuRepScComm 4. STAR LUWENDA DA VIS, 5-27-63, Gt. Barrington, FldHk 1, StuAid 1. ROGER L. DURYEA, 4-27-65, Gt. Barrington, Bsbl 1,2,3,4, Bsktbl 4. ELIZABETH JANE FERRIN, 2-24-65, Pittsfield, MA, Band 1,2,3. DrvrEd 2, Prom 3, Sftbl 2, StuRepScCom 2, Wrstling Mgr 2, Yrbk 4, Soc Mgr 3. MERRY-DEAN GERMAIN, 10-15-65, Gt. Barrington, Chrldng 1,2, X- Tea 3, DrvrEd 3, Prom 3. FREDERICK GILLETTE, 1-19-65, Gt. Barrington, DrvrEd 2. ANDRE R. GOLDEN, 11-21-64, New Haven, CT, Bsktbl 2,4, StuAid 1,2, Yrbk 4. KELLY L. GRANGER, 3-13-65, Meridan, CT, Chrldng 1,2, DrvrEd 2, Prom 3, Sftbl 1,3,4, StuCncl 4, Yrbk 4. LINDA HOPE GREEN, 11-1-64, Pittsfield, MA, Prom 3, Sftbl 1, Yrbk 4. MELISSA ANN GREEN, 11-23-65, Gt. Barrington, Bsktbl 1,2,3,4, DrvrEd 3, Prom 3, Sftbl 1. JOHN EDWARD HAKULIN, 2-19-65, Winsted, CT, Prom 3, PATRICK JAMES HALL, 6-13-65, Gt. Barrington, DrvrEd 3. SHERRIE ANN HANDLOWICH, 1-22-65, Riverdale, MD, Prom 3. ADAM S. HATFIELD, 1-26-65, Greenwich, CT, DrvrEd 2. ROBERT ALAN HA YMAN, 1-28-63, Syracuse NY, Bsbl 3, Bsktbl 3, X- Cntry 4, StuCncl 4, QzTe 4. PAMELA HEWINS, 9-9-65, Gt. Barrington, Bsktbl 2,3,4, Chrldng 1, X- Tea 3, ClsOfVPres 1, DrvrEd 3, FldHk 1,2, HnRl 3, Prom 3, StuCncl 2,3,4, StuGvtRep Alt 4, Yrbk 4, Soc 3,4. MARIE A. IMPOCO, 2-22-65, Brooklyn, NY, Band 1,2,3,4, Chrldng 3, Play 3,4, Prom 3, Sftbl 2,3,4, StuCncl 2, Yrbk 4. JOSEPH STEVEN JOHNSTON, 4-4-65, Gt. Barrington, STEVEN BRUCE JONES, 8-27-65, Gt. Barrington, Band 1,2,3,4, X- Cntry 3,4, DrvrEd 3, Prom 3, HnRl 1,2,3,4, NaHnSoc 4, StuCncl 3,4, Yrbk 4, SpWrs 4. CHUCK JOYCE, 11-5-65, Gt. Barrington, DrvrEd 3. ALAN RAYMOND KILLIAN, 9-22-64, Pittsfield, MA, LISA LEE LABRECQUE, 11-30-65, North Adams, MA, Play 4, Prom 3, Yrbk 4, Soc. 3. JACQUELINE MARIE LANOUE, 7-4-65, Newport, VT, Chrldng 3, DrvrEd 3, FldHk 2, HnRl 3, Play 4, Prom 3, Sftbl 1,2,3,4, StuCncl 1, Yrbk 4, Wrstling Mgr 3,4, Soc Mgr 3,4. DEBORAH ANN LOWRY, 3-14-65, Danbury CT. MICHAEL ADAM MARTIN, 8-10-64, Gt, Barrington, DrvrEd 3. PAMELA JEAN MCDONALD, 4-8-65, Arlington, VA, Band 1,2,3,4, Chrldng 1,2,3,4, X-Tea 3, ClsOf Trea 1,2,3,4, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1,3,4, Play 4, Prom 3, Sftbl 1,2,3,4, StuRepScComm 3, Yrbk 4, AthAdComm 4. HILDA ANN MILLER, 8-8-65, Hackensack, NJ, Bsktbl 1,2,3, HnRl 1,2,3,4, Sftbl 1,2,3,, StuCncl 1. MARGARET M. O'CONNOR, 2-5-65, Gt. Barrington, AvClb 1,2, Chrldng 2,3,4, X-Tea 3, DrvrEd 2,3, ClsOf Sec 1,2,3,4, FldHk 1,2, HnRl 1,2,3,4, NaHnSoc 2,3 Pres 4, Nwsppr 3,4, Prom 3, Sftbl 1, StuCrCom 1,2, StuCncl 4, StuRepScCom 3, Yrbk 4, StuComComp 4, TeAidll, 2,3,4, GirSt 3, StuAd Cou 4. JAMIE ORMSBEE, 11-26-65, Pittsfield, MA, DrvrEd 3. JANICE ELAINE OVITT, 3-12-65, Gt. Barrington, FldHk 1,2, Play 4, Prom 3, StuCncl 1,2,3,4, Yrbk 4. STUDE T COUNCIL CHRISTINE ELIZABETH PAPP, 2-23-65, Gt. Barrington, DrvrEd 3, Gym Show 3. ANDREW P. PEDRETTI, 1-27-65, Norwalk, CT, KELLY SUE POND, 6-24-65, Sharon, CT, CHERYL IRENE REYNOLDS, 3-9-65, Gt. Barrington, X-Tea 3, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1,2, Prom 3. FRANK ANTHONY ROMANO, 10-23-65, Hiedelberg, Ger, DrvrEd 3, Yrbk 4. DENISE MARIE ROSSI, 9-5-65, Pittsfield, MA, Bsktbl 1,2,3,4, X-Tea, 3, HnRl 1, Prom 3, Sftbl 1,2,3,4, Soc 4, AthCncl 4. CHRISTINE ELIZABETH SADERA, 12-31-64, Westfield, MA, Band 1,2,3,4, Chrldng 1,2,3,4, X-Tea 3, DrvrEd 2, ClsOf Pres 1,2,3,4, FldHk 1,2, HnRl 1, Play 1,3,4, Prom 3, Sftbl 1.2, Yrbk 4, Soc 3,4, ScCitGo- Comm 4. AMBERLY JUNE SANO, 11-22-64, Keene, NH, Play 3. WENDY SUE SCHNEIDER, 11-16- 65, Gt. Barrington, Yrbk 4. RICHARD MARK SEIGER, 5-24-65, Gt. Barrington, Bsbl 1, DrvrEd 2, Prom 3, Wrstling 1,2,4, KARIN A. SHANLEY, 8-21-65, Sharon CT, Bsktbl 1,2, X-Tea 3, Play 3, Sftbl 1,2 GLENN W. SITER, 5-19-65, Hartford, CT, DrvrEd 2. MA TT SMITH, 2-11-65, Gt. Barrington. SCOTT A. SMITH, 9-26-65, Gt. Barrington, Bsbl 1,2,4, X-Tea 3, ClsOf VPres 3,4, DrvrEd 3, Prom 3, StuRepScComm 2. PATRICK STANTON, 7-13-65, Sharon, CT, Bsbl 1, Bsktbl 1,2,3,4, X- Cntry, 3, Ftbll, Prom 3. GEORGE MICHAEL THURSTON, 11-8-64, Newton, MA, DrvrEd 4. LYNETTE ANN WARNER, 1-18-65, Frankfort, Ger, DrvrEd 2, HnRl 1,2,3,4 NatHonSoc 3,4, Prom 3, StuCncl 1,3, Wrstlng Mgr 3,4, Yrbk 4. MYRON WARTELLA, 1-5-65, Wilkes Barre, PA, Band 1,2,3,4, Bsbl 2, Bsktbl 1,2,3,4, DrvrEd 2, StuCrComm 1,2. DOUGLAS E. WELLS, 11-21-64, Charlotte, Ml, DrvrEd 3, Ftbl 1, StuAid 3. JANE S. WELLS, 9-12-65, Pittsfield, MA, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1,4, Prom 3. DONALD PAUL WHITBECK, 2-30-65, Gt. Barrington, DrvrEd 3, StuAid 2,4. DA VID WITTNEBERT, 5-26-65, Neptune, NJ, Bsbl 3, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 3, Soc Cap. 3,4, BySt 3. 1982-83 MEMBERS i fa-- V . we qs. "5 '-1 Q11 li it R11 BH P . 1 Q1 T 5-as 'Sf' X LF.. Class officers: President, Chris Saderag Vice-President, Scott Smith, Secretary, Peggy O'Connorg Treasurer, Pam McDonald. X .FL if- Pam HGWUIS - Pfesidenf. Jaflifle OWU - V- Duane Lanoue - Treasurer, Sherri Burkholder Kelly Hayes, Sabrina Chapin, Jennifer Kinsley President. Kelly Granger - Secretary. Steven - Student Rep., Karen Hayes, Jimmy Welch, Amy Heinze, Laddie Garret, Billy Grady, Mr Jones, Sara Davidson - Student Rep., Peggy Jim Reynolds, Tommy Reynolds, Jason Wood- Gauthier - Advisor, O'Connor - S.A.C., Bob Heyman - S.A.C. ruff, i E . S .1 I, 3 , ,,,x Q. G, , . 'K Y. 'I '- - I 5 q as I 'G' Q x, "V" ' Q " ' 1- , x l Q E?-vi-,v-.F v!-1 'Y-3 ,. -3? its :bu X' Q ISYX x ' -a 'A ,- x . 5 , ., , ., I " .NE 1 , Q . ,. Q Q f at -sr' 'N 'Wx . t 3 .. lf. U . . . Q , ,A .5 I , o ' . - X , - 1.. tif a . yt I ' 'GQ 1.1-.. - ,gr . 5 1 .' ,... W . eff' ' 5 u ,- m - gs - Q Q Q U . B . . x,,3 , a gi ' 5 N? - 'z p ' 4- ' . ' 'QR . ki .Y , - .c,. I A Y . : g 5 I H 1 .T- S 1 fh r h ' N Q ., U51 A. 92 :QA w -bu X ., Q 5 ' -1 'v' '33 4 1 af? 5335 , 5 X 'fum C c ' 3 V A f A. W: 5 ' , 3 gg M Q . ww V If .51 ,, my f vw I itll C yn' .H n Y 3 1 ADMINISTRATION A Heck of a Job By Beth Perrin The administration has one heck of a hard job trying to run this school Qwith its unique- ness of having five towns! and trying to satis- fy the needs of "The Public." This large group contains students, parents, the school committee, the press, and the suppliers, peo- ple who bring our school what it needs to run. These and other duties keep them more than busy. 1982-1983 School Committee Mrs. Charles F. Ketchen Mrs. John A. Bellizzi Mrs. Frederick I. Turner Mr. Joseph R. Burkholder Mrs. Harvey H. Thompson Mrs. Wilbur H. Stalker Mr. William Bradford Mrs. Gregory M. Kenyon Mrs. Robert F. Rueger Mrs. Joseph A. Seward Q .,a,-9 -QS ff? ef' Mr. Thomas A. Consolati Superintendent Mr. Raymond F. Chamberland, Jr. Supervising PrincipalfAsst. Supervising Principal, Grades 5-12 Mr. David W. Pottle Director Occupational Education Asst. Supervisor, Grades 7-12 Dr. Paul Shafiroff Special Needs Administrator School Psychologist, Supervisor, Grades 5-8 Mr. Renald Graber Student Governance Monitor Not pictured: Mr. Michael J. Kinne Business Administra torf Treasure Mr. Robert Nilsen Director, Buildings and Grounds FACULTY By Jackie Lanoue The faculty ln thls school ls working very hard to make the school more presentable and more homey for the students. They get Involved in what ls going on around the school. Besides working hard to educate us, they are a friendly bunch of people who make the school easier to come to. FACULTY - 1982-1983 Leo D. Alvares, BSEd: 5-6 AIRS, coach qulz team Kathleen A. Archey, BS, Business Donald R. Blanchard, BS: SPED, computer resource Richard C. Behan, BS, MS: Science Pamela B. Brehm, BA, MS: Home Ec Marcia E. Brolll, BA: English, Adv JrClslLitJoumal J. Scott Cary, BA: English, graduation advisor Gall G. Cerruto, BS: 5th grade Sandra Jeanne Chrlstman: alde Edgar l.. Davis, BA,MEd: EngDeptChrmn, Adv yearbookfNHSfgrad Deborah R. Desi, BS,MS: PhysEd, Adv SnrCls!SklClub!gymnastlcs Donna M. Drew, BFA: Art K-6, Adv Art Club Robert L. Dunham, BS: Math, Adv Aviation Club Mary K. Edwards, BS, MS: 78:8 LangArts J. Wayne Ellne, BS, MS: SclenceDeptChrmn Robert M. Gauthier, AB: Social Studies, adv StuCnc 1 Gall A. Gernat, BS, LMA,CAGS: Business William A. Glllooly, BA: 7-8 SocStudies, coach x-country Susan D. Gventer, BA,MS: SPED Resource teacher Jeffrey Hamilton, BS: Industrial Arts James C.Herllhy, BA, MA, CAGS: SocStudiesDeptChrmn Dora J. Hinsch, BS: 5th grade Patricia A. Jaouen, BA: 7-8 English Laurie Johnston, BS, SPED resource teacher Wayne A. Joseph, BS: SpeechlLanguage Therapy, Pres SBREA Joseph L. Kelley, BA, MEd: Science, Adv SBREA mag drive Anne M. Kennedy, BA: 5th grade Martha A. Kerber, BA: Art, Adv Art Club, graduation Randall L. Koldys, BS: 7-8 Science, head coach girls' bsktbl 1 baseball Edward H. Kollmer, BS,MS: German!Math, Adv GamlngClub I bowling Robert M. Krol, BA,MA: GuldSprver, coach sftbll!G's Sccr!nwsprlSchStr Richard A. Kuzla: BS.MA: 6th grade math Allen Lampman, BS: Music 1-6: director elementary band Nancy LaRose, BS,MS: HomeEc Donald J. Lucy, BBA: Math, Adv 7-8 StuCouncll!SnrCls Joseph D. McDonald, Jr., AA: coach JV sftbl!GrlsBsktbl Paul A. Menln, BA: 7-8 SocStudles, Drvr'sEd, adv SlotCarClb George Milukas, BA: 7-8 Math, Adv GamlngClub Vlrglnla J. Moritz, BA,MA: Behavioral Sclence Paul W. O'Brlen, BS: Science, health coordinator John C. Peron, BA: ForLangDeptChrmn Emllle S. Piper, BA,MA,MLS: Llbrarlan Marc T. Porrovecchlo, BA: Art Alfred R. Proiette, BS,MS: PhysEd, head coach wrestling Mark E. Rasklnd, BS,MEd: MathDeptChrmn, Adv quiz teamlSophCls C. Wayne Seavey, BS: Mngr of Athletics and PhysEd Welles H. Sellew, Jr.: Occupational ed - bulldlng stmctures Elizabeth J. Simon, BA,MEd: Guidance, Adv SophCls!Xmas PrtylNwsppr Steven A. Small, BA,MA: 5-6 AIRS, 5-6 LangArtsCoordinator Janice L. Storti, BEd, MA: English Dante Testa, BS: lndArts - arch, drafting Lea Stowe Vachon, BA,MSSS: SPED, School adj counselor Myron M. Wartella, BS, MM: Music, director of bands MaryAllce Welch, BA,MEd: ForLang, Adv JrCls!tennls f 'YY' F . Si I 'VU Q 4, H' l. 1 I' f Q ff 27 ' .si li v. K f' ' s . ...V 1 -A ".', ,. .-I f.. 44 ,f ...ifhff A e sp. A .wifi v"1'Y my 3 fi 4 .sf I. Y 35 .. " 1 ' A Q wg. 51" si + . ' .- gb , 'lx 4 HI, ' 1 W wi J 'xl Q HJ if 'I 9 - f-f L. . -..Hifi X we k-Q ., '- A -f if '-:F 2 " V 1-' . ig-'. f- Y , . in, in Ii -A if .6-. 3 ff ia 5 ff, Mr. Alvares Mlss Archey Mr. Behan Mr. Blanchard Mrs. Brehm Mrs. Brolll Mr. Cary Mrs. Chrlstman Mr. Davls Mrs. Desl Mrs. Drew Mr. Dunham Mrs. Edwards Mr. Gauthier Mlss Gernat Mr. Glllooly Mrs. Gventer Mr. Herllhy Mlss Hlnsch Mrs. Jaouen Mlss Johnston Mr. Joseph Mr. Kelley Mrs. Kennedy Mrs. Kerber Mr. Koldys Mr. Kollmer Mr. Krol Mr. Kuzia Mr. Lucy Mr. McDonald Mr. Menln Mr. Mllukss Mr. 0'Brlen Mr. Peron Mrs. Piper Mr. Porrovecchlo Mr. Prolette Mr. Rasklnd Mr. Seavey Mrs. Simon Mr. Small Mrs. Stortl Mrs. Vachon Mr. Wsrtella Mrs. Welch Mr. Hamilton Mr. Sellew Mr. Testa 47 PERSONNEL Our Praiseworthy Personnel By Steve Jones We really do not appreciate what the per- sonnel does that much, yet we get really steamed if the waste baskets are not emp- tied, if we miss an announcement, if report cards are not done, if the nurse is not in, and especially if the food is cold. We should praise the personnel more. lt would make us all happier. n-9"""" PICTURES fClockwise, Top Right! Mrs. Ullrich, Mrs. War- tella, Mr. Rooney, Mrs. Pedersen, The Lunch Ladies IBackj - Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Kotleski, Mrs. Delmolino, Mrs. Klahn, Mrs. Behne, Mrs. Botze. IFrontj - Mrs. Framback, Mrs. H ,2,,..,.a" l 1 1 4 NME ,,,f"'5 Gleason, Ms. Biernacki, and Mrs. Bodnar. g , ,i .. Y 'P I P y K N ssl, A Lf .LJ . X l .,"1 A as C Ab f K X x ,X ,ff Best of Luck to the Class of 1983 E, B, DOLBY, INC. WHITE KNIGHT RECORDS "Flowers for All Occasions" 288 Main Street Box 449, Gt. Barrington Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 GINNY'S HAIRSTYLING Super Cuts for Guys 8: Gals Church St. Canaan, Conn. Phone: 1-203-824-7704 t o I f Layout By Peggy O'Connor I ' PICTURES ITop Row! Mrs. Boardman, Mrs. Bodnar, Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Kinna. fMiddle Row! Mrs. Rokos, Mrs. Streeter, Mrs. Thurston, Mrs. Ullrich. lBottom Row! Mrs. Wartella, Mrs. Wilcox. fBeIowl Mrs. Thurston. .W ,, vi. f we ,Ml A Layout By Peggy O'Connor PRECISION AUTOCRAFT Tom Andrus Best Wishes Graduates Complete Autobody Service From 6 Miles East of Gt. Barrington MOMBYCV 70611 5h0p Route 23 Monterey Main Rd. 528-1457 Monterey. MA GULOTTA 'S MOBIL SERVICE STATION Main St. Sheffield, MA 413-229-2304 49 I 4 v' vii 4 I nn- -si' 'Qi -1. -11 i' '1 i- xl' ffifk .rl-. M 'e "' Ji fag S""'.T'x 1 Y. sc Q ' yy,-quill ,Q fa 924 CURRICULUM MT. EVERETT'S CURRICULUM By Wendy Schneider Mt. Everett's curriculum consists of various courses of interest including college prep and career courses. The courses not here are avarl- able through collaborative programs such as me- chanics and nursing. PICTURES iTopJ Cathy Bassett, Tammy Bobola, Wesley Wheeler, Lisa Labrecque. Shelly Percy, Lynn Warner. Scott Reeves: Jackie Lanoueg Lisa Labrecque, Debbie Aragi, Jackie Lanoue. Pam McDonald. Denise Rossi. fMiddlej Left to rightz Mark Replogle, Richard Seiger. 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' ' 55" O Greg Carpenter, JIT Gauthier. Mark Drabzk. Bottom .Mf'dc'.'e' Bill Doyle :perates cr. ,Qin Kkrggit. Bcrtorf :?.g:t 5-Tarn Draczfc. t:e czrector. Btu Dore. Opposite page Top Left King Arthur and his court. 'Top RighrfBi1l Dcgle .Vxcljfe Qeft Kelly Eicisteit, Direct .Vfdd.'ef The fair maidens: Cheryl Thurstci. Stejxariie Wclkenstex, Terri Wells thidfrgt. Chris Sadera. Cheri Biggs, .V:'5:'.e .-'ight The Ogres aid their Queen: Rudi Keiler. Todd Clark. 5-.ara Drama sir: Gautier. Rosanne xversert. 'Bottom Left Del Mintz. Mark Drabzk. Robert Segger. Jii Gauthier. 'Bottorrr RightfRosa':r1e lversen. Jim S : . X A 5 C 7 X 1 . N 4 ll f . :I - V 1. . 0 Q X n X , , Q ? i - 1' f l "" ra BERKSHIRE CARPETS ROBERTS LIQUORS ANNIE 'S BOOK SWAP RYAN'S FLORIST AND INTERIORS Barrington Plaza Commonwealth Avenue and Stockbridge Road 54 Stockbridge Road Great Barrington. MA C1236 Stockbridge Road Great Barrington. MA 01230 Great Barrington, MA 01230 f413j 528-1790 Great Barrington, MA 01230 44121 528-9026 f413i 528-3270 l413l 528-3794 58 SI. 'F PROM REFLECTIONS OF TIME The 1982 Prom presented by the Class of 1983 was a tremendous success. The bash was held at the Wyantenuck Country Club. The admission price included a buffet style dinner, free beverages all night, free snacks, and dancing until midnight. Every- one had a great time. The effort that was put into "Reflections of Time" was well worth it. Layout by Wendy Schneider PICTURES This Page fBottom Leftl The royalty: tLeft to Righti Jim Gauthier, Robert Seiger, King-Jim Puleri, Queen-Pam Christman, Tammy Jervas, Debi Sadera, Karen Camp. Opposite page I Top Leftl Chairman- Chris Sadera making announcements. ITop Rightl King and Queen: Jim Puleri, Pam Christman. IBottom Left! The dance floor. IBottom Rightj The "bar," with Denise Dufault and Steve Bell. .9- xf 3 I fu .31 Jia, I :tl f g ' 'qi' U V Af ii? 1 KIQU +,. , Jr., ,W . :, V- ' ' .7 1' .' 4 .. 51 ' N ' lr me ow mu. mu. HOUSE CLOTHIER Congratulations Class Of '83 susmsw WINE CELLAR Bar Parlor and Restaurant Route 23, South Egremont From Rt. 7, Sheffield, MA Route 23, South Egremont, MA 01258 413-528-0705 APPLE HILL REALTY 5 DESIGN 229-2795 MA 01258 413-528-1421 Gt. Barrington, MA iLal5T , . 1 Q A t .A J D V as if .J Y' f Q J 2 lin' -C ,., Best Wishes to the Class of '83 From HENRY D. AND MARILYN P. GRANGER 'LS' - 1: " 57 td Hi Wi 'is BASEBALL BASEBALL AND FRIENDSHIP By Chris Sadera X 7 x 91' Baseball at Mt. Everett is very different. r"- Even though we don't have a winning record, the sport is exciting Cwatching your friends ...Me Q reach their goals, watching your friend strike ' someone outj. The spring atmosphere, also, makes it fresh and loads of fun. Y 5 .l - ,xl in ' . 5 "".C':':id7 PICTURES This Page Tcl: 5.53: Dani Struts ip:--3 5 ang 'ry .Yf5:'j.'e .5'.::e.'es Left tc rzght' Glen Csrtpss. Scot E-l'O"'TQ5OTI ready to hunt. Tom Iigerscj. Coach Peas: :ii Tor: Inge cl. :ri a pep talk. Better: Pictures 'Fit ill 'S I . i - ff . a. 1'-.B :fri lei: tc right George ouiar brig. David Gautier. Peter Cartinelli. Sci 'ficcireff A, 5-if 5 M, ew go ' wi. V l - 1, ' . . . ' -."- ,311 ug--s 4 45 .i-.. ,. A M . A ,1 . -1 1 1 t f Q31'.2'.'l7'3!"l' 'ff' ' " Q71 Q li' . "V ha4.w,. 1 L X ,-, 5... in vxl 5' AP' '-QQ. 5' . SI-IEFFIELD PHARMACY THE CORN CRB GHJJGAN BROS., UVC. William J. Silk, Jr., Reg. Pharm. Route 7 Contractors and Builders Sheffield. MA Sheffield, MA Sheffield, MA 01257 "Farm Fresh Produce" and 413-229-8756 Handcrafts 'Y fr- W.. I 4' X4 Ji, 51 Q' 5-14 I , if - - '.. PICTURES Thls page iTop Left! The JV bench. iMiddIe Leftl Glen Curtiss, David Gauthier IMiddle Right! Glen Curtiss pitch- ing IBottom Pictures! Left to right: Tom Ingersoll, Coach Gauth- ier looking disgusted, Scott Thompson, Myron Wartella. ISide Pictures! Top to bottom: Coach Pavoni, Todd Ranolde, Marvin Ca- sivant, Dave Wittnebert QA- Team Plcture fBack Row! JV Coach Pavoni, Scott Thompson, Glen Curtiss, Roger Duryea, Marvin Casivant, Peter Cartinelli, Manager Debbie Sadera, Head Coach Gauthier. lFront Row! Myron Wartella, Mark Conso- lini, Jay Swanson, Jim Puleri, Dave Wittnebert, Orvie Garrett. BASEBALL 1982 Uvl A24 Lee 5-12 A27 Monument Mt 2-10 A29 Mt. Greylock 5- 2' M1 Lenox 9- 7' M4 McCann 2- 9' M6 Hoosac 6-25 M8 St. Joe 2-15 M11 Wahconah 0- 7 M13 Drury 4-15 M15 McCann 0- 9 M18 Monument Mt. 6-10 M20 Taconic 4- 8 M22 Lenox 13- 6' M25 Lee 7- 8 M27 Pittsfield 1-11 WJ 4-12 6-14 3- 6 2- 7 3- 6 3- 8 1- 6 1-17 1-13 6- 7 3-14 0-13 2-11 0- 7 2-10 'wins P. i I M-. 1 111. o- Congratulations to the class of 1983 PINE TREE RES TA URA NT Route 7 Sheffield, MA 10257 1 229-8881 Z f f IL. No - ' KNOLLS CONGRATULATIONS LINDSE Y CRA WFORD Gifts of Distinction GRADUATES Automobiles Trevor and Peggy Driver fr0m 5230781 Rt. 7, Sheffield, MA 01257 OUT OF HAND BOX 401 81 MAIN STREET South Egremont, MA Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 63 SOFTBALL SUSPENSE AND ACTIO By Tammy Bobola 51' li--.-..v Softball, what suspense. Is she going to hit the ball or strike out? The pitcher throws the ball. She hits it. It goes flying up in the air. Will one of the other players catch it? Yes, she's got it. No, she dropped it! A homerun for the team. PICTURES Thls page fTop Right! Karen Kradel. Mfiddle Pictures! left to right' Coach McDonald. Ronnie Ives in position. Chris Emprimo. Michelle Chapin, Kelly Granger at bat. JBotrom Pictures! From left to right: Ronnie Ives running home. Karen Kradel in position, Lacldie Garrett and Brenda Raimer discussing a play. Sandy Ovitt. Pam McDonald. ' .L-., , - 3 f- .gy- - . ' A.,-47 . is... f . .. 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Denise Rossi, Sabrina Chapin fMiddle Left! Katharine Welch fD1rect Middle! Denise Rossi at bat KBotIom Lel't1Den- ise Rossi at bat with Mr Krol, Pam McDonald, Lucy lmpoco fBelow2 Brenda Raimer throwing the ball lBe- low top! Tammy Jervas catching IBB- low Bottom! Pam McDonald ready for the play fS1de Pic!ureslTop to bottom Laddie Garrett, Linda Whitbeck, Sa- brina Chapin, Marie lmpoco Girls' A23 A27 A28 M1 M3 M7 M10 M12 M15 M17 M19 M21 M25 M26 M27 'wins Softball Lee Monument Mt. Mt. Greylock Lenox McCann Hoosac Wahconah Drury McCann Monument Taconic Lenox Lee Pittsfield St. Joe KJV! 20- 6 14-24 42- 0' 14-19 8-17 12-22 16-17 9-23 ll-17 8-15 24- 9 14- 3 7-12 29- 8' 12-17 cv, I 5-13 12- 4' 23-24 4- 2 7-12 13- 7 8-27 3- 4 7-14 18- 7 4- 5 7-10 3-12 1- 3 15- 3 1 'L' 3 .9-H tg? THE DELI BlANCHl'5 282 Main Street Men's and Boys Clothing Great Barrington, MA 01230 WOYTIGIYS apparel - Tux Rentals "Totally Awesome," Patrick!! 200 Main Street Frank, John, Cindy, Sherri, Cheryl Canaan. Conn. 06068 Matt, Pat, Jenny l203l 824-7608 ,Nxt MT. EVERETT LUMBER INC. Lumber and Building Materials and Hardware Cement- paints- Exxon Fuel Oil Sheffield. MA 01257 65 CROSS COUNTRY UNNING FREE By Tammy Bobola Lagoa ,L one Rom fr-, Running, freely through the woods and open fields, feeling the breeze of the autumn wind flow around your body. Faster and faster you run as your opponent catches up to you. Then you cross the finish line. Wow! You've unon! -. . 55,-. E 5 "1 Q, ' .ij pr ., 4 I. ' 'C :Ar o,,t1 as .4., A-W' glm - Q . l t Q r , Pictures ,This Page! Top right: Mark Annellig Middle left to right: Pamck Elirte. Coach Gillooly, Doug Champigny. Greg Race. the reamg Bottom left to right: Doug Champxgny and Fred Speyrer. Davzd Smith. Patrick Elirte. Jeff Gauthier. ,Q iff-ef ill' -ed '-. 'Q 'Q 5-vi' fa J -2 R R R.:--t gf :T- -if: -55 ' A h-iE....'- -, 16441 ' 66 3 fhhg- Q '73 -n-!""""""-F fa 5 N .,, ,. ,yggyy ,Qu-.- l4L"K.'1 5 gf" ' f '1' 'hw if hh 5w Q, ta-a ,pq , SJW' 1 W- X I "Qi-"w 4 v, ff" .-.Y ' - an,,oQ ' 'assi ffi Team Picture: KBack Row! Coach Gillooly, Mark Annelli, Jeff Gauth- ier, Kurt Callahan, Denis O'Connor, Steve Jones, Doug Champigny. Wesley Wheeler. IFront Row! Manager Cathy Bassett, Fred Speyrer, Ricky Bassett, Greg Race, Kara Sheldon, Patrick Eline, manager Tammy Bobola. Absent - David Smith. Pictures fThis Page! Cross Country 1982 Top left: Steve 515 L29 28-17 Jones' the team: Monument 43-17 Middle lefty Greg S22 Pittsfield 3225 Race, Middle right: 522 Taconic 32-24 David Smithl S29 Lenox 27428 Bottom left to 529 Drury 33-23 right: Mark Annelli, 06 Wahconah 50-15 Doug Champigny' 06 MT. Greylock 42-16 Fred Speyrer and 06 Drury 34-23 Steven Jones, 013 l-29 25-30' O13 Hoosac 42-15 020 Monument 40-17 O20 Lenox 32-23 'WINS .,-!2u- -lit Wnhpmwwmkk 67 BOVS Soccer A' TREME DOUS IMPRO EME T Efisfs xl I A 75 By Steve Jones -most by Danse Rossi Soccer has not been here long, but al- ready we see tremendous improvement. The boys' team has gotten much better and after only two years, they are moving to a varsity standing. lt may seem slight, yet they are quite proud. We should be too! lf they continue at this pace, we will be a major contender in a few years. is Pictures-Left Tc.: R'.tiiKetler1Coach Happ at the banquet Left Middfe Daztc Gautier.Da'.ziVl.'1ttr'.e'3ertgtEetear't1gJoirtWoodrL1ff1David Smith. Nzchael Bennet, Erzc Perry. Left Bottom: Coacig Rudi Kezlerg the team: X Dau: Gauthier. Flatt Coon passing ' ll: 4 X 8 vw- o,' --f - .Q1,95'T4 . 3' F f CSX w Best Wishes to the Senior Class from CUSTOM EXTRUSION. INC. ii: Q. u. a , '1 sy. r I ' if .aww -.X , 11,5- ,Y 'S x 'tw flli' -I 4.- null' .J-an X 'X A I, ia, , . . ,r. am . 'N' sv 1 ,K 'IQ . 0 . .- . A-nuff! ' n if . f.. I Q I -in F , x 1 P 1 , 'xi' ' , O 'F' I a f H 'Q -V -N4 a "FHA, .1 5 ?!v . -.r - we -'F X 4 s V N it 1 n , F.-,., .1 1 4 , Q 7' . ,,, -fy? f F51 , r F . wif. N .',,-' fy QV JI- I A ,fe F . X mt-391 ' i if 1 A-1 , I 1 r qi. I I -T E r ' '-1 ' 5 af' N 1 f I ' "Yaf34"Kgg,4vw.ss- mfr- ' 1 3, ' " tg-400 . 4 m GIRLS soccen THANKS, COACH KROl..l By Denise Rossi Layout by Denise Rossi What an experience . . . We had our ups and downs, but through it all, we stayed together! We could not have done it without Coach Krol. Even though we did not win, it was a successful season for the future. Pictures KThis Page! Top row, left to right: Debbie Aragi and Jackie Lanoueg The team stretchingg Jackie Lanoue and Coach Krol. Bottom Pictures, left to right: Chris Saderag The team in a huddle, Denise and Chris at the awards banquetg Chris Saderag Chris Sadera. V Q .1-.gf 2.2.g'ai"4iFQ.-ll' ""'-N. Y"N, Mi l 4.1 The OPTICAL CORNER BARRINGTON FLOOR DESIGN PETE'S SALES AND SERVICE 280 MAIN STREET Carpet- Linoleum- Tile Auto Repairs Snowmobiles Chainsaws GREAT BARRINGTON MA Mile Direct Prices Lawn and Garden Equip Mopeds 01230 Expert lnsulation Sold and Serviced Stockbridge Rd. Great Barrington, MA South Main St. Sheffield MA 01257 l413l 229 8503 01230 Utd! 9 194 Ii i QQ I V uf. , - ifi .in HANNAH'S SALLY DEAN Quality Fashions for Ladies and Juniors 279 Main Street Great Barrington, MA 01230 413-528-0102 ,.-1 rv ' ff , 'f-ff ff 351, V, gn. f I v -4 -'r' ' dnt. g 'U ' Q 't Y Team Plcture Back Row! Ellen Boardman, Hannah Pedersen. Debbie Aragi, Jackie Lanoue, Mel Welch, Chris Emprimo, Jessie Greene, Coach Bob Krol. fMiddle Row! Chris Sadera, Jeannie Pottle, AnnMarie Scarbro, Sue Chapin, Chris McCallister, Laddie Garrett, Sabrina Chapin. Pam Hewins. fFront Row! Rosie Lahart, Michelle Grotz, Denise Rossi, Michelle Chapin, Michelle Brigham. Pictures This Page! Top, left to right: Pam Hewinsg The team in a huddleg Michelle Chapin. Left, top to bottom: Chris Saderag Ellen Boardmang Jackie Lanoue. Middle Left: Denise Rossi, Pam Hewins, and Chris Sadera, Bottom Pictures: Coaches Ed Rossi and Bob Krolg Pam Hewinsg A happy and sad awards banquetg Denise Rossi in her goalg Coach Krol. l Most Hustle - Laddie Garrettg Most lm- proved - Jackie Lanoue, Most Valuable - Denise Rossi. GIRLS' SOCCER SCORES 1982 Date S14 S17 S21 S28 01 O5 08 011 013 015 019 022 O25 027 O29 6 Opponent Drury Lenox Lee St, Joseph Mt. Greylock Monument Mountain Wahconah Hoosac Lenox Taconic Lee St. Joseph Pittsfield Monument Mountain Hoosac Scores 0-10 0 6 1 4 2 4 0 9 0- 3 1- 9 0- 2 1- 7 0- 3 1- 4 0- 2 0- 6 0- 4 0- 3 I' v 4 , Q Y Bill! 5' -2 ei! Zim ,i ,..i-4 O, , ..'s ,S ia.v.: t-,J 'l ' OA! l - 3 . bl' 41- , 1? is-. , adv 'El .L li 3.9 Congratulations from SHEFFIELD MARKET C0mPlim0f'fS Of D0UQl-BS and Greenfleld's Gift 8: Card Choice Meats and Produce Marv Bauman Gt. Barrington Open 6 days a week, closed SHEFFIELD PACKAGE Distinct Gifts for Every Graduate Wednesday ANDXCHEESE SHOP Engraving on Premises 229-8938 bheffwld. MA 71 BOYS BASKETBALL " INDI ID AL T LE T By O Connor Lavout bL'D6.'l1S6 Rossi' That Eagle pride is down inside, we've got the Groove, so watch us move! What effort! What pride! Our boys really try 5 E hard out on that court. They work together S' 'Is Q X and give it all they ve got. What more could R' , we ask for? They practice hard and play hard. Their coach will not - , ' tolerate less than 10096, and that is ' ' ' W what they give him. 4 '9 il' s ..- 'Q Pictures This PageTopleft: Pat Stanton and Coach Dick. Middle: left to right: Scott A- Thompson. Pat Stanton. Rog- er Durea, Myron Wartella. Bottom Middle: The J.V, Bench, ! . J.V. Team Picture: rBack Row! George Souclant. Matt Boardman, Tom Ingersoll. 3 Danny Labrecque. David -' Consolini. Steven Johnson. Coach Pavoni. rMfddi'e Row! Dan Goss, Dean Durant. Paul Gilligan. Joey Soudant. Mike '- Coon z'Front Row! Tim y '- t - Coon. Pat Eline. i . A . . - ae, . U 5-I VJ lE"3s:1-ifflglff-' 3 gviqvf Y- T W -3 - if ? .T?'+ THE Vll-I-AGE STORE THE SNAP SHOP Congratulations Class of '83 SHEFFIELD FLOWER Q Main Street 14 Railyoad Street Compliments of LEONARD'S GARDEN SHOP Salisbury. CT 06068 Gyeaf Barrington. MA 0i23O CLEANER'S RT 7 SHEFFIELD, MA 01257 y Great Barrington. MA 01230 MSAY IT WITH FLOWERS" 413-229-8553 72 5 Varsity Team Picture: KBack Row! Scott Thompson, Pat Stanton, Mark Consolini. Roger Duryea, David Smith, My- ron Wartella. KFront Row! Matt Coon, Andre Golden, Todd Ranolde. Pictures fThis Page! Top Left: Roger Duryea on a jump ball. Middle Left to Right: Mark Consolini, David Consolini, Mike Coon. Bottom Left to Right: Roger Duryea and Myron Wartellag Scott Thompson, Coach Batelle, Denis O'Connor, and Coach Dick, Date Opponent D14 D17 D21 D27 D28 J03 J07 J14 J18 J21 J28 F04 F08 F11 F15 Boys' Basketball Scores J.V. 26-31 33-52 23-43 38-42 30-46 40-44 18-50 20-55 30-39 37-60 V. 50-31' 37-51 49-56 40-62 65-33' 44-53 47-52 41-78 34-35 27-60 31-55 40-83 39-33 61-85 45-74 HOME TEXTURES DOS AMIGOS THE GOURMET COTTAGE 8: BOOK 8: GIFT ALCOVE CUSTOM WINDOW COVERING BARRINGTON PLAZA CHEESE SHOP Hillsdale NY KITCHEN AND BATH REMODELING STOCKBRIDGE RD Rt. 23 S. Egremont, MA Congratulations Seniors 39 RAILROAD STREET GREAT BARRINGTON MA 528 9841 4135284719 M581 l-'lf' Take 3 bmam-V GREAT BARRINGTON MA 01230 Best Wishes Class of 83 Patricia 81 C0Sm0S Venessa OUUOOK 14131 5284585 When tw rcad and l arn ' I X 5 GIRLS' BASKETBALL G H RD! By Denise Rossi L3,L'OUIb'L'DQl7iS9 Rossi WORKI Q03 The girls basketball team worked very hard this year. As a member of the girls team, I think we all work really well to- gether. Our special thanks goes to Coach Koldys who was behind us through the fltowzh whole season. Top right: Laddie Garrett, Middle: Denise Rossi. Kathy McKenzie Pam Hewins, Ellen Boardman, Bottom Left: Maureen Litchfield, 1, tr t 'Sz'- C - .ve 4 X, X1 K Y.. A Vw ,. g K ' v 4 . 'I ' J . g K . - ,Y L- - xx LAL, l il Team Picture fJ.V.l Back row: Coach McDonald, Mau J reen Litchfield. Shelly Percy, Ellen Boardman, Penny Christman. Jean Pottle. Manager Terri Beattie: Middle row: I Jenny VanDeusen, Jean Thurston, Michelle Brigham, Mi- l chelle Chapin. Christin McAllister, Janet Theriot: Front I Row: Laddie Garrett. Chris Emprimo. I fi N ,,, 1 ,- 7 wi i .n -T i,V"l," A -Y .." A j xv ,:., .tr - in ' - ,T ' ' ' ... lg. A ' S . . ..- .f ' , x fir' , L . . 1 1 , - 'i :QL Q A U53 w I WONDERFUL THINGS SHEFFIELD POTTERY RB RADIATOR SHOP THE CITY FRONT CAFE 232 State Road Rt. 7 144 East Street 10 Castle St. Gt. Barrington Ma. Sheffield, MA Gt. Barrington, MA Gt. Barrington, MA Open Daily 10 to 5, Good Luck to '83 528-0398 LUNCH - DINNER - SUNDAY Sunday 1 to 5 74 BRUNCH :A sl W' Team Picture Klfarsity! Back row: Coach Koldys, Chris Emprirr Kathy McKenzie, Hannah Petersen, Sara Davidson, manager There Ferrin. Front row: Maureen Litchfield, Pam Hewins, Denise Ros Missy Green, Sabrina Chapin, Sue Eline, Pictures fThi's Page! Top left: Sabrina Chaping Middle: the Captain's Circle: Denise Rossi, Missy Greeng Bottom: Sara Davidson, Sherrie Burkholder, Sara Davidson, Denise Rossi, Pam Hewins, Missy Green. GIRLS' BASKETBALL 1982-1983 Date Opponent D28 Lee D29 Taconic J3 Hoosac J6 Lenox J10 Mt. Greylock J13 Lee J18 Pittsfield J20 Monument J25 Taconic J27 McCann ,131 Wahconah J.V. V. - 30-44 f 30-33 11-35 26-50 20-43 20-62 15-28 33-39 8-30 23-58 12-44 32-90 7-61 29-54 20-36 40-59 '24-16 30-46 iz, 5--1 gun F3 Si, Joe F10 Lenox F11 Drury F14 Lee Compliments of HAYDON'S MAHAIWE THEATER MARJON HAIR DESIGN INC Goodies Yummies and more!! Castle Street Barrington Plaza 49 Railroad Street, Gt. Barrington, Gi- Barrington. MA Gt Barrington MA 523-0100 21-48 36-56 16-28 30-47 28-31 22-60 18-39 20-68 31-34 48-57 'WINS J -I F, Ladies Fashi Main Street, Sheff 1413i 22 MICHEI o L WRESTLING GET A H59 I fi I5 l',f D90 'lo Pl By Lynn Wafner Layout by Pam Hewins The whistle blows, the match begins. They wrestle all around the mat. Our Mt. Everett guy trying to pin the other guy. The crowd is cheering and screaming You can do it! Our guy starts to get a pin The referee is on his knees The crowd is roaring There is three seconds left Will it be a pin? Yes! He pinned the other guy with one sec ond left What an exciting match Pictures Left top Kurt Callahan Duane Lanoue Left bottom Laurie Aragi Katnx, Hayes Sean Hohman Left top Dave Lanoue Left middle David Gauthier and Kurt Callahan Coach Proiette Left bottom Team huddle Bill Grady Dave Lanoue Bernie Goeweg, Q - v ",,.- ,,,f" if -nraqf 4 BOB'S CLOTHING MAHAIWE JEWELERS C.A. LINDELL 8 SON. INC Formal Rentals Diamonds - watches - rings Building Mafefial ' Paiflf Proms Weddings Jewelrye Samsonite luggage Wall Pal-'ef ' Fuel Oil Canaan. CT Lenox China and Crystal Ch'-lfch Sf- Canaan. CORD. 06018 824-7197 Ear Piercing - Engraving 824-5443 Canaan, Ct. 06018 v-mi as-sa ' l ELK? K ' 1 653, - . , if Team picture: Top row: Derrick Leab, Paul Tatro, Rick McDowell, Richard Seiger, Bill Grady. Middle row: David Lupiani, Noah Wolkenstein, Michael Goevvey. Bottom row: Wesley Wheeler, Duane Lanoue, Kurt Callahan, David Gauth- ier, Sean Hohman, Dave Lanoue, Mark Wright. Bernie Goevvey, Eric Perry, Jean Blanchard. Absentcoaches Jim Wolf and Al Proiette, Managers, Kathy Hayes and Laurie Aragi. D18 D22 J5 J8 J12 J15 J19 J22 J26 J29 J29 Wrestling Scores Taconic Pittsfield Drury Monument Mt. St. Joe Northampton Mt. Greylock Taconic Pittsfield Granby Southwick 60-12' 42-12' 6-59 11-42 30-39 39-25' 45-12' 43-18' 23-38 30-38 36-25' VIC I V ii :L 1 'r F- 5 -5 vt .M--""""r "" H ,,.-"""' L1""" ' V ,,,,..-'-"':i""4 A an A l l F2 F4 F9 F16 Drury Monument Mt. St. Joe Mt. Greylock 'Wins ' 7 -F SMlT'l'Y'S SANDWICH SHOP Just Pass Cove Bowling On Right Hand Side Serving Subs 8: Sandwiches Daily until 10:00 p.m. f-Z' - Stockbridge Rd. Gt. Barrington, Ma. jf 44131 528 9722 E Congratulations to the Class of '83 ! Wi. az- v vs . ' N.-11' , l r' ' I XS I' 'I 4-56 7-54 30-32 39-30' ...L FL!- CHEERLEADING SPIRIT! SPIRIT! SPIRIT! CD 4 4 ffvs. by IU: I O 'px' Il u lo yn r. I Q By Denise Rossi Layout by Denise Rossi The cheerleading squad has a great deal of spirit. They are always there to cheer the teams on. Most people do not realize how hard each and every one of the cheer- leaders works. The cheerleaders' support and hard work is very much appreciated. Pictures iBorh pages! Clockwise: Ann Decker, Chris Saderag Captain Chris Saderag Ann Decker, Peggy O'Connor. Chris Sadera, Pam Mc- Donald. Michelle Chaping Peggy O'Connorg Varsity Picture: Michelle Chapin, Kara Sheldon, Pam McDonald, Peggy O'Connor. Chris Sadera, Kelly Granger, Denise Sadera. Tammy Ranolde, Lucy lmpocog Michelle Chapin. Kara Sheldon. Pam McDonald. Ann Decker, Peggy O'Connor. -r ' I-X: N, -3 els - if , Jr, fi 1.2 J.V. Team Picture: Bridget Bush. Marcia Proctor. Heidi Nichol- son. Carol Wilkinson, Kelly Hayes, Patti Watson, Laura Twing. Sl-IEFFIELD PLASTICS Sheffield, MA 01257 0 3 iw 'Hx 'Q-Q-M 4. - 5 inn!! L , 1305. - un-- Congratulations Class of 1983 SMWWS C'g:E:UfgEC'-EANING We prxQf:1'gU?,J'?rRQ65f2ETT,S Cl-llLDREN'S HEALTH PROGRAM . Drive, Ed. Car' 284 Main Street Edward Srmth Jr. Great Barrington, MA 01230 PO' Box Ziislggglggirg MA 01244 I I x - i 3 J -0 -7-v 9... . W Pam. Wallcoverlng, Floor Covering Carpeting, Ceramics, Wlndow Dressxng E. CALIGARI AND SON 75 North St, Gf,B.'lTT1HQfOH,MA 01230 Office 52h 0033 Store528- 0030 G . V du., ?f"9-9 I fl'-1 --iv-L-l,.X - if X O ns f" ,F if Q u W ,gak '2 J' 'Q 'asicfskk V W, 'gs I X it' T 4 ,rg ar.. ' 1-M y f-. .l - K 1 5 , 8 xg, 1-Q . , K S Q", .5 Wuxi 1 69,1911 .. t ff 'f - ' f W9 wggwf 4-i.'s,!K'd , , N my , Y , ,idx -,M , ' g' s!l,A :Q 1 a asv -1- .,, , ,.-. giif. 4m l!' 1 , Q jf. A I 1'f"'f Y W y f' . ' '- , ,,, ,Q wg, 1 T' W 3' -4? , in A , g H' W fa, Zt4Y',f'ifW",5, V' 'uf' f.1Lsu,,fv.'i ' v' . ' am' ,qv I K , .j4",pix- ' jx 9 Ri TT", , Jw Q W r ' , 6' N1 9' J If 5 K V+'-iw 'F I 4 I yn f,VEFf'T Reg, H. l H I . r Q' fl I I, g w.YiE..mf C " I l ll 101 11' sun 5, 1 -1 p---- -vu! i il! - 10. - "" 1' ""' 'SHS ISS fl - ,-1 ' l - 'T - i - - - i l li' General Belgrano, with over 500 men feared lost. 4 CTJ Argentina sinks British destroyer, H,M.S. Sheffield, with missle. 21 fFl British marines are landed on the Falkland Islandsg fierce fighting takes place, 22 CSU Junior Class fClass of 19831 hosts annual junior- senior prom. 28 fFl Yearbook dance at Mt. Everett, JUNE, 1982 4 fFl Rain forces Mount Everett's graduation ceremonies indoors for the second year in a row. 6 lSl Connecticut areas receive up to ten inches of rain as the weekend is rained out throughout the Northeast. Israel attacks Southern Lebanon to clean out the PLO. 14 - - f' L'f"fr' .q',. Wf, fMl British forces close in on Port Stanley in the Falkland Islands. Argentine forces succumb. 17 fThl Argentina's President Galtieri is forced to resign his office as a result of the British victory in the Falklands. 22 QTJ The 1981-82 school year ends. 25 CFD Secretary of State Alexander Haig resigns his post as a result of conflicts over foreign policy between himself and the administration 27 lSl Shuttlecraft Columbia is launched into earth orbit, JULY, 1982 4 lSl Columbia returns from space. 9 lFl Boeing 727 crashes after takeoff' in Kenner, Louisiana. 157 people die - seven of whom were on the ground. 20 lTl Two bombs go off in London f timed to kill members of the Royal Guard. IRA claims credit for the bombs. AUGUST, 1982 10 fTl The Supreme Court approves Virginia's imposing of the death sentenceg Frank Capola is executed, 12 fThl Veteran actor Henry Fonda dies. 21 fStl After eleven weeks of fighting the Israelis, the PLO begins the evacuation of West Beirut 4 in accordance with negotiated arrangements. SEPTEMBER. 1982 2 fThl School opens for the 1982-83 school year. 14 CTD Princess Grace of Monaco dies x pf. lit.- : 1 .gtg S S-Y CALENDAR fCONT'DJ SEPTEMBER. 1982 2 Tn School opens for the 1982-S3 school ,ear 1-1 'T Princess Grace of Monaco dies er a fzerl car crash. she was 52 gears old. ' Fi Nlassacre of people :n Bezrut under sraelz control brings lsrael much :nternational crzrczsrri 213 'Nil AFL ifootballi players go on SYYIKE Jntzl demands are met 30 iThi Cgaizjeelacei Tgyenol tablets Rall seven people n the Chcago area saboutage :s suspeztez OCTOBER, 1982 4 Xl Nlzdztestern farmers enjoy thzrd straight gear cf bumper crops. but the resulting Q, s., A 5 Y - ., .. S' ' 1-"l""'! i fue ., , as ll-L1 fxir surpluses are causing prices to plummet and many farmers to go broke. 15 QF! Poland's parliament outlaws the independent trade union. Solidarity. 19 lfvll John Delorean. rnal-cer of the Delorean stainless steel car. is arrested for attempting to traffic in millions of dollars worth of drugs. - NOVEMBER, 1982 9 iTi Up to 2000 Soviet soldiers and Afgans are kzlled in a tunnel accident in Afganistan. 10 iw' Soviet President, Leonard Breznev. dies. 11 l-l-l'il Shuttlecraft Columbia has successful launch with the first commercial payload - two communication satellites, 13 lStl Rat' Mancini successfully defends s lightweight boxing title. but challenger Kim from Korea suffers serious brain damage during the fight. 17 CWB Korean boxer Kim dies. DECEMBER, 1982 8 lWl Washington Monument is taken hostage by an anti- nuclear weapons advocate who wants national attention for his cause. He is shot and killed when he attempts to drive a panal truck. purportedly loaded with explosives away. 23 lThl Massachusetts governor King signs bill repealing Sunday Blue Laws which have been in effect since Puritan times, 3:-as 'W S ,. 9 L-- '75 :: 17 l' ,fu ,,,. ww, Tk JANUARY, 1983 7 fFl Tremendous explosion of fuel tanks in Newark, N.J,, burns over 3,000,000 galleons of gasoline, 23 KSJ Russian spacecraft falls out of orbit and lands in the lndian Ocean, 26 lWl Coach "Bear" Bryant, Alabama's famous football coach and the "winningest" coach in college football history, dies of heart attack at 1 .. ,M 1' in-Y " age 69. 30 lSl Washington Redskins beat Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl, 27-173 Redskins' John Riggin breaks Super Bowl record by carrying for 180 yards. 31 llvll Snow. No school, lndependent truckers go on nationwide strike over increased price of fuel and various taxes now imposed. 'fi ri I 'ui , Um! .M , FEBRUARY, 1983 7 llvll Snowstorm. No school. 11 lFi lndependent strikers call off their strike. Storm Gordie, the worst snowstorm of the season, strikes the Northeast and leaves up to 30 inches of snow, South Berkshire gets about 12 inches. 18 lFl Final yearbook deadline. Materials are picked up by Mr. Donald Lendry. American Yearbook consultant. .1- .ago Heznze. Amber 16. 55 Hmsch. Mzss Dora 47 Greene. Jessxca 20. 70. 71 M 5?-:af RY" 9 3C A 5'-:a 52 en 23 lf' 31-n-s:'.-e er Beatir :e Q9 5r.a's Aafc' 23 12 5-7-fa Rss- 5 ss 43 54 5-r C :er 3-'tc' 56 15 5 5-74' 'r Qosepr 19 55 56 if 2:-74 --e 5"" ' 37 54 55 7' 56 57 7: H 5 5-sc' Kar, 57 11 5-sc' Ley: 1 5 5-sn Apr 15' 12 B-s' Bessy 26 25 ll 5-sf 7:SC"." 6 31 10 5-sn Br:get 5 31 5: 7 ll 545' Cyril 1. 3-sr n 9 5-se K'ri5er.y 30 12 3-sr 5-san 31 11 ':3.s'e'. Asses 19 9 -s.e. B.-.e 11 EL.. -.- Bynacx Nancy 15 9 Cadagan Co.l:n 19. 65 11 Cafetef a Staff 45 7 Consolaz. Mr Tfcrnas 45 Ccnsonn Dal.: 27 28 56 63 2 3 Ccnso-n. 5farao.1'f 37.56 73 S4 Cock Alzsor Coon Matinee 26. 28, 73. 86 Coon Hzcnae 23 72 Coon frnctny 19 72 73 Coon 76:6 31 54 84 Coon, Treucr 19 Cote Cote Cnne. Cr1ne. An:re'.u 37 Danelle 11. 31 Betsy 28 54 W:..pa:n 31 Crcss-Country 66. 67 Currzs Trexor 23 Glenn 37 43 62 C-.-ss. . . Faculty 46. 47 Fennell. Alzce 31. 54 Fennel. Stepnen 16. 56 Fernandez. Saskza 16 Ferrin. Lzuzabetn 1. 8. 6. 12. 3.. 42 43. 85 Ferrzn. Jeffre' y Ferr:n. Rayrnond 31, 55. 63. 82 Fertnn, Theresa Feld. Gerid 23 Fsher. Enc 63 Fzsher. Robert 23 Flernzng. Lee Ann 16 Fllnz. Tneresa 31 Fra'nb-ack. Laura 24 Frantbacn. Rebecca 20 Frencn. lizuxmc 24 Galarneau. Benga-rnrn 16 Garrett,Adeia1de 26. 27. 28, 55 65. 70. 74. 71. 82 Gates. Kassze Gauther. Da'-'zd 30. 31. 53. 55. 62. 76. 77. 85 Gauthzer. James 59. 60 Gautnzer. Jeffrey 24. 66 Gauthier. Hr Robert 10. 63, 47 66. 87 Gerrnalne. Mem'-Deane 6. 8. 12. 37, 42. 43 Gutdl. Wltlltarrt 3. 32 Gulotta. Ltsa 32. 53. 55. 56. 85 Gunther. Cnrnsnne 20. 56 Guenter. Suzanne 47 Hadsell Hacisell . Jason 20 . l.:sa 32 Haecker. Andreas 82 Hakuun. Jonn 38 Cariss. Jeffrey Curtzss. Joann Curt1ss.Jul:e 31. 55 Curtzss, Russell 23 Daprettc Tneresa Daywdson. Eduard 19 Davidson, Sara 4, 6. 11. 55, 9. 37 75 Dans. Ann 23 Dat.'.s. Brian 20 Davis. Mr Edgar 47 Dams. George 28 Davis. Star 37 Davzs. 7a:nrny Deane. Qennze 20 Decxer. Ann 11. 27, 25. 55 53 Decxer, Iarnes 13. 56 Dernont. Jeana 16 Desz. 5-lrs Deocran 10. 47 Dzcs. Hr Larry 73 Dzllzon. My Wzlgarn Doyle Elzabeth 25 Doyle. Heather 56. 20 Doyxe. Tnornu 31 Doyle. kk1t.ta'n oe. 59 Drabxk. Mark 58. 59 -A 1, x . "---fs ..-'e. Bfss Kat' :-,.-arzs C'e:ts 57 :a -par. 5a .ose- 5ar'-" 5e:4. 1 5 3-rrer 51 :re-e 1: Elaseta, 62 63 sasxetta 72 75 Eartzscn K-rt " Base? Anare 2 inset: Cather.. .43 52 7-:assert Gefa: 19 Sasert Sfeqssa 31 52 Bzse R.::ar:1'F Beatte 7err. 5: .5 54 74 9 3eian Sir Rx5a:: 47 Beane Cfnstia: 27 'Seine Dense 3 1.1-.13.4 : IQ 43. S4 Sf Senna Katneine 26. 2 . 52 Stexen 26 32 31 61 '2 Be.. 7ra:e, 27. 52 Bennett. N5 cnae. 19 Betts Margaret Bert-s. fneresa 26. 27 1' 5.271315 Josep'19 Bgelc.-. Deana 19 Bancnasd Fir Done.: 4 9 Bancnar: Jean 15, 77 A B.:-" Le:a1-F Boardman. Mrs Caroan' ':5ca::rna' Elen 22. 23 74. 71. Bce:::a1. Er: 15 9 Boardrna: Hart 23 72 Berea. Cnarere 23 1-C- Bctcia. 7a'nrn. 36. 43 52 Bccnar Nfrs isteea 45 i Bc-tn.-etie 5-:anne 31 54 55 5fa:,e. 5f.:'.ae 3 36 43 '35 5re:e'6er:er Nara 19 54 56 Q Brenrn Sits ?a:1e.- 47 - Biggs Creve 59 'Q Br 55s l-a-re 4 31 C Er "err V 're e ' 54 55 7 IV- 'M .. 5.2.4. '-is ,. V,-- .9 F-..- L ,- -sh- Caencar 82-63 12 Ca-la-na'1.K-rt 11. 33.31.54 56. -Cv ..- 9 Carp Karen 60 5 Candee. Mars 23, 56 F Candee Rc':ert 9 37 10 Ca-n3e.ar., La-ra 12 Cappaccna. 'tfctcr 1:1 11 Carey. Bna' 22 23 5 Carey jenn 31 10 Carpenter. Greg 1. 5. 10. 55. 54. 7 SC' 7 Carpenter. Susan 54 15 F Carr Sf :neue 31 55 F canlaelg. Crewe 11. 31. 55. se F Can, Hr J Scott 47. 83 10 Cerrurc. Hrs Ga. 5 Chaffee. Bonne 23. 54. 84 U Cnarnberand, Hr Raymond 10. G 11. 51. 45 82 G Cnampgny Dcggglas 1. 10. .5 57 51, 43 37, 81 5 Chapzn. F-ipcne-e 23. 56, 64 75. G 71 F Chapin. sauna 26. 27, 25. 5? 9 65 71 75 12 Ciapzn Suzanne 157' 70. ' 74 F Cneeneaing 78. 79 G C 7' " 7 nase rrecencn .5 5 Cnzgnzne, Gzannz 23 54 5 Croq-erre. josep: 19 9 Cnoq-ette K,n1':er.y 27 28 55 Cnnstnnan. Parnela 60. 61 10 Cnrstrnan Penecpe 19. 55. 74 F Cnnstrnan Hrs Jean 47 9 Cam. Scar: 37 Cara. Toc: 59 Came. E.1a:e:n 15 11 Drew, Hrs Donna 47 Ducharziz. Scort 20 Duiault, Denzse 61 Dunnarn. Mr Robert 47. 46. 88 Durant. Dean 23. 56. 72 Duryea. Roger 6. 37. 73 Edwards. Mrs Mary 4, Ezcnstecz. rxe-y 59 Exsenbra-ndt. Becky 20 Esenbrandt. Marshal. 16 Elxne. Patrick 143 23. 56. 72. 66 67 Elzne. Suzanne 28, 54. 57. 75. 87 E.:ne. Hr Wayne 46 Ernprirno. Cnrstpne 22. 23. 64. 74. 71. 87 Epgogue 86. 67 Espos: to. Ernzlza Gernat. Ms Gall 5. 47 Gzbbs. Gordon 20 Gzllerte. Carol 16, 56 Gtllette. Frederuck 8. 38. 42 Gzlligan. Pau. 24. 72 Gilocly. Mr 1571215-'TI 47. 66. 67 Gzngras. Robert 31 Goeuey. Bernard 24. 77 Goewey. Bruce 28 Goeuey. Davnd 16 Goeuey. Mark 20 Goeuey. Mzcnae. 20. 77 Golden. Andre 1. 6. 8. 10. 38. 42 43. 73. 86 Goss. Denzel 24. 56. 57. 72 Gra:er. Hr Rennaid 45 Grady.W:ll1a-'tt 28. 26. 54. 57, 63 Granger. Kelly 1. 10. 12. 55. 38 43. 64. 79 Graves. Spencer 16 Green. Connze 20 Green. 1-xnca 1. 6. 10. 13. 36, 43 Green. Ken: 24 Green. Mark 16 Green. Melzssa 6. 9. 11. 38. 42. 82. 84 Green. Rzcnaxd Grotz, Mzcnelle 18. 20. 55. 56. 70 82 Guarnzen. Debbze 24. 56. 83 Guzdl. Mak 16 Hal. Cathy 6 Hall. Patrzclc 38 Handiounclw. Henry 16 Handlovncn. Mark 16 Handlovncn. Sherrie 7, 38 Handlomcn. Tzrnotny 24 Hankey. Kelly 20 Hankey. Paul 24 Happ. Mr Gary Hartley. Brett 28 Harvey. Edward 16. 54 Hatfzeld. Adam 38. 83 Harfzeld. Heather 32 Hayes, Karen 20 Hayes. Karen 11. 32. 55. 54 Hayes. Kathleen 28. 85. 76 Hayes. Kelly 24. 57. 85 Hayes. Lznda 28. 55. 83 Hayman. Robert 8. 38. 42. 43. 54. 55 Heath. Mary 28 Hetnze. Amy 27. 28 Herlzny. Mt James Hervzeux. Denzse 32 Hervzeux. Robert 16 Heunns. Cmdy 26. 28. 55 Hemns, Pamela 1. 55. 9. 38. 43 42. 71. 81 Heunns. 'lfnornas 16 Hzls. Clem Houma-1. Bran 58 Honman. Sean 28 Honmarz. Tracey 32. 54. 55 Hoist-Grubbe. Stacey 32 Hoszer. Pamela 16 Holalmg. June 28 Hughes, Tzmothy 28 Irnpoco, Lucy 53. 65, 55 lrnpoco. Marne 1. 12. 13. 56. 16. 6. 38. 42 Ingersoll. Russell Ingersoll. Tnornas 28. 62. 63. 72 lversen. Roseanne 59 lves, Ronuyn 30. 32. 55. 64. 4 Jaouen. Mrs Parncta 47 Jervas. Tarnmy 60 Jock. Bran 20 Jock. Charles 28 Johnson. Gxnger 32. 55 Johnson. Mzchelle 16 Johnston. Chnstopner 16. 6 Johnston. Joseph 50. 39. 43 ,Q Johnston, Miss Laura 47 Johnston, Robert 24 Johnston, Steven 24, 56, 72 Jones, Eileen 20, 56 Jones, Steven 1, 6, 8, 55, 56, 57, 42, 67, 81 Joyce, Charles 39, 43 Joyner, Sue 28, 86 Keiler, Rudra 6, 30, 10, 32, 55, 58. 59 Kelley, Mr Joseph Kelly, Brenda 24 Kennedy, Mrs. Anne Kerber, Mrs. Martha 47 Killian, Allan 39 Kilmer, Jeanine 56, 16 Kilmer, Melissa 32, 56 Kinna, Laura 54, 16 King, Carrie 28 King, Melissa 24 Kinsley, Jennifer 27, 25 Koldys, Mr. Randy 47 Kolmer, Mr. Edward 47 Krol, Joseph 20 Krol, Mr. Robert 54, 55, 70, 71, 47. 87 Kuzia, Mr. Richard 47 Labrecque, Daniel 29, 56, 72 Labrecque, Lisa 8, 13, 39, 42, 52, 53 Lafayette, Michael LaHart, Rosemary 20, 70 Lampmen, Mr. Alan Langenbeck, Ken 30, 32, 55, 54 Langenbeck, Michael Lanoue, David 24, 63, 76, 77 Lanoue, Dean 16 Lanoue, Duane 55, 53, 63, 32, 4, 77, 83 Lanoue, Jacqueline 1, 12, 13, 53, 39, 42. 70, 71 Larkin, Amy 20 Larkin, James 24 Lavalette, William 32 Leah, Derrick 24, 77 Leah, Derrick 24, 77 Leab, Lauralee 16 Legeyt, Karen 56, 20 Legeyt, Leslie 56, 24 Legeyt, Philip 32 Lembeck, Michael 29, 53, 56 Leukroth, Matthew 16 Litchfield, Leon Litchfield, Maureen 24, 74 Litchfield, Robert 32 Love, Clifford 20 Lowman, Joseph Lowry, Deborah 13, 39 Lucy, Mr. Donald 47, 84 Lupiani, David 20, 77 Macdowell, Richard 55, 56, 77 MacKenzie, Kathleen 22, 25, 75 7 Main, Michael 8 9 Makuc, Christopher 16, 56 F Mallory, Dorothy 16 10 Mallory, Rose 32 7 Marchione, Jennifer 26, 82 8 Marchione, Jody 24 Marion Kevin 24 Marion, Shawn 29 Marks, Betsy Martin, Anthony 24 Martin, Dale 32 Martin, Michael 39, 42 Mathes, George Mathieu, Arthur 24 Mathieu, Mark Maynard, Paul 29 McAllister, Christen 17 McBride, Tracey 24 McCarthy, Alexander 24 McDonald, Mr, Joseph 64, McDonald, Pamela 56, 64, 55, 6, 39, 43, 42. 79 Menin, Lisa 17 Menin, Mr Paul 47 Michalski, Lila 29 74, 47 Mielke, Donald 20 Mielke, Theodore Miller, Hilda 39, 53 Mintz, Del 59 Mortiz, Mrs. Ginger 47 Muller, Christian Murfitt, Tasha 17 Muskrat, Abigail 54, 56, 29 Naylor, Garrett 56, 17 Nicholson, Heidi 24, 78 Norse, Donna 24 Novak, David 20, 54 O'Brien, Ann 29 O'Brien, Mr. Paul 47 O'Connor, Dennis 73, 67 O'Connor, Margaret 1, 39, 43, 52, 54, 55, 81, 79 Ormsbee, Jamie 39 Ovitt, Dawn 24 Ovitt, Janice 1, 6, 7, 12, 40, 55, 85 Ovitt, Travis 17 Ovitt, Wayne 54, 56, 17 Owens, Debbie 25 Palmer, Nancy Palmer, Richard Papp, Christine 40, 43 Parks, Suzanne 25 Peck, Frederick 25 Peck, Jonathan 17, 54 Pedersen, Mrs. Grace 48 Pedersen, Hannah 11, 30, 32, 55 56, 8, 70, 83 Pedretti, Andrew 40, 5, 85 Pedretti, Gillian 20 Pellegrini, Richard 25, 83 Penziner, Scott 17, 56 Percy, Michelle 22, 25, 52 Peron, Mr John 47 Perry, Eric 29, 56, 77 Perry, Linda 17 Person, Eric 21 Pezze, Gino 17 Pezze, Marcus 82 Phillips, Steven Pickert, John 21 Pierce. Laurie 21 Piper, Mrs Emily 47 Pizzichemi, Monika 56, 25 Play 58. 59 Pond, Kelly 40 Pond, Warren Porrovecchio, Mr. Marc 47 Pothul, Steven 42 Pottle, Mr David 45 Pottle, Jeanie 21, 56, 70, 74 Proctor, Marcia 32, 78 Proctor, Rhett 54 Proiette, Mr. Alfred 47, 77 Prom 60, 61 Provost, Brenda 25 Provost, Wendy 17 Puleri, James 60. 61 Quenneville, David Quenneville, Duane 21 Quenneville, Michelle 25 Race, Gregory 56, 17 Raimer, Brenda 29, 27, 26, 64, 55 Raimer, Russell 21 Raskind, Mr Mark 47 Ranolde, Tammy 22, 25, 84, 79 Ranolde, Todd 33, 63, 73 Ranzoni, Angela 54, 21 Reeves, Scott 30, 33, 82 Reilly, Bran 33 Reilly, Kevin 29 Replogle, James 30, 55 Replogle, Mark 25, 52 Reynolds, Cheryl 1, 6, 8, 10, 40, 42, 43 Reynolds, James 56, 57 Reynolds, Jill 21 Reynolds, Thomas 33 Rice, William Riska, Todd Robarge. Randy 11, 33 Robarge, Wanda 25 Romano, Frank 1, 5, 12, 16, 40, 43. 85 Romano, Lisa 29, 52 Rooney, Mr, John 48 Rosier, Brian Rossi, Denise 40, 43, 42, 6, 65, 1 53. 8 Ryder, Scott 21 Sadera, Chris 40, 43, 42, 61, 8, 59, 56, 1, 10, 9, 27, 79, 70.71 81, 87 Sadera, Debbie 60 Sadera, Denise 33, 55, 79 Sano, Amberly 40, 83 Saunders, Steven 17 Scarboro, Annmarie 22, 25, 70, 46 Schneider, Donald 23, 54, 56 Schneider, Wendy 40, 50, 83 Schuller, Jeffrey 25 Seavey, Mark 17 Seavey' Mr Wayne 47 Seely, Beth 30, 33, 54, 55 Seiger, Richard 41, 43, 42, 12, 6, 8, 77 Sellew, Mr Welles 47 Seward, Joseph 17, 56, 55 Seward, Shannon 21, 55, 74 Shanley, Karin 41, 43, 9 Sheldon, Heidi 33 Sheldon, Kara 25, 56, 79, 82, 83 Simon, Mrs. Elizabeth 46, 47 Shafiroff, Dr Paul 45 Shelofsky, Lisa 17 Siter. Glenn 4, 6, 85 Siter, Greg 21, 54 Siter, Sharon 29 4,-as Thurston Jeannie 17 Thurston Julie 21 Thurston, Kirk 21 Thurston Mrs Nancy Twing, Laura 25 Twing, Robert 21 Small, Mr. Steven 47 Smith, David Alexander 17, 56 Smith, David Archer 62, 29, 73, 66 Smith, Matthew Smith, Scott 6, 12, 41, 85 Smith, Sean Smith, Susan 30, 33 Soudant, George 26, 29, 62, 72 Soudant, Joseph 21, 72 Spagnuolo, Christine 29 Spencer, Wendy 33 Spreyrer, Frederick 25 Spurr, Robert 21 Stalker, Stalker, Stalker, Stalker, Stalker, Stanton Stevens Stevens Stevens Stevens, Alan 33 Harold 21 Kim 17 Myra 21 Norman 18, 21 Patrick 10, 6, 51, 72, 73 David 21 Stetson, , Frederick 21, 54 , Michael A , Michael T 17 Robert 29 Storti, Mrs Janice 47 Sullivan, Christopher 21 Sullivan, Vallerie 17 Tatro, Paul 17 Tenbroeck, Christine 25 Testa, Mr. Dante 47 Theriot, Janet 17 Thompson, Scott 55, 62, 72, 73, 85 Thurston, Cheryl 59 Thurston, George 41, 42, 8 Twing, Robin 56. 29 VanDeusen, Jeanie 17 VanDeusen, Kelly 25 VanDeusen, Timothy 21 Vining, Eric 17 56 Walk, Donald 21 Warner, Brian 33, 55 Warner, Gary 10, 33, 54, 55 Warner, Lynette 1, 7, 41, 52, 55 80 Wartella, Mr Myron 47 Wartella, Mrs Linda 48 Wartella, Myron Paul 8, 41, 42, 43, 56, 63, 80, 85 Watson, Patricia 25 Webster, James Weinreb, Scott 33 Welch, James 33, 54, 55, 84 Welch, Katherine 26, 27, 29, 65 83 Welch, Mrs MaryAlice 47 Welch, Mary Ellen 53, 55, 70, 71, 82 Wells, Doug 41, 52 Wells, Jackie 26 Wells, Jane 6, 8, 13, 41. 56, 85 Wells, Janice 17, 56 Wells, Michael 21. 56 Wells, Stephen 29 Werley. Roni Wessel, Marne 18, 21, 54 West, Andrew West, Danielle 33 West, Kimberly 17 Wheeler, Wesley 52, 54, 55, 67, 77 Whitbeck, Donald 6 Whitcomb, Eric 56, 17 White, Richard 54, 25 Wilkinson, Keith 17 Wilkinson, Wayne 9, 33, 83 Wittnebert. David 12, 41, 63. 80. 84 Wolkenstein, Noah 21, 77 Wolkenstein, Stephenie 53, 54, 55 Woodruff, John 55, 25, 62, 63, 57, 5, 54 Wright, Mark 21, 56, 77 Yusko, Lisamarie Ziegler, June 29 Ziegler, Vale 9, 31 Zigmand, James 30, 33, 53. 83 Zink, Robert 9. 29 We the staff of Aurigan, 1983, hereby dedicate this yearbook to Mr. Robert L. Dunham, who will retire at the end of this school year. Mr. Dunham is a very intelligent man who has been at Mt. Everett for many years. Mr. Dunham has a great sense of humor even when grades come out. He does many different things such as fly airplanes and make wine. He is a fun teacher and he is definitely original. He smokes chalk and counts backwards. I think this school will miss him. - Sara Davidson Mr. Dunham is a pretty neat guy. He has done so many different things in his life. We are all going to miss r him when he retires. lt's hard to picture him retired, for he will always be doing something. l'll always re- member the pictures he draws in study hall. l will also remember his saying, "l never could tell the depth of a well by the length of the handle on the pump," and I am still looking for the state of Ssississrnippi. u - Lynn Warner Mr. Dunham has been at Mt. Everett a very long time. He enter- tains his classes while he teaches. He gives everyone the opportu- nity to improve his or her grade if that stu- dent puts some effort into it. Well, Dr. D. - You're on your way to SSlsslssmippil We will miss you when you're gone. - Peggy O'Connor 8 as we as 'EUR -Iwwllnp Mr. Dunham is the klnq of teacher that groui on you. At first yq think, "What a crad guy," but when yq think about it, he ist man that has a com mitment to each am every student. I ha never seen him tu away anybody wht needed extra help! Okay, so he has raiselg his voice once o. twice, but it was new essary. The only ad vice I have for Mr. Dunq ham in his retirement is to stop smokinl chalk and move tu Ssississmippil - Greg Carpenter l - li MTM ili- ,. V -my , , W -157 - 4 -. -, If - 'x . Lv- F I I -I 4 1 I .- 2' i '1 J I i Q W. ' w 1 4 I 4 W W I . L L J 1 P


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