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

 - Class of 1956

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I 'J' , 9 f'l . 1 RICHARD ANTHONY HOWDEN CDick, Hutonl "Where's the-money box? Ianuary 14, 1938 Gt. Barrington, Massachu setts Activities - Basketball, Tre asurer of Yearbook and Sen ior Class. GERTRUDE ANNE CONKLIN CTrudieJ "Carry my violin, please. " July 1, 1938 Ashley Falls , Massach- usetts. Activities - General and Concert Orchestra,, Glee Club, Class President, Student Council, Year- book Staff. PATRICIA ANN STANTON QPatJ January 16, 1939 Mill River, Massachus- etts. Activities - Glee Club, Class Secretary, Busin- ess Manager of School Paper, Yearbook Staff. we fl- 7 1 L 3 2 ' -. 7" 9 ll 1 I If N lllfa CARL FREDERICK WILHELM EIGEN fBilll or flkel "Help me with my Algebra. December 7 , 1938 New York, New York Activities - Yearbook Staff, Senior Class Vice-President , Glee Club, Boys' Chorus, Basketball. u 51 V: I1 -I -A 5 .IJ 3 2 5 1 I X M, I --f - lj er 2 Ig I f ' 5' A ' , Jr- :,, ,,3'Qf7 ' V-.A -- 1- --1. f K+? Mann- 'fl-vm - - -sz -'sf ' i" Tariff' . A A fi ' . 1 . , " - s TWTX.'3WH!fi-.-Ivrffvf'rr"".' 'I-:Argus DOROTHY ANN BASSETT CD00 "Don't make fun of my truck. " May l , 1938 Sheffield, Massachusetts Activities - Yearbook ff "5 1, PHILIP BALL CPhilJ in f "Do I need a late slip again?" t Q March 23, 1938 ' Sheffield, Massachusetts Activities - Basketball, Social Dancing. 4 J , , BEATRICE MARY SWAN CBeattieJ "Oh no! Not another typing mistake" Q October 21, 1938 A Windsor, Vermont Activities - Cheerleading, Student Convention Rep- , , re s entative . 9 AY. . vfilf' "T f Q MARTHA JANE BREWER KM. I. BJ "That's pretty sneaky! " Iune 6, 1938 Mill River, Massachusetts Activities - Glee Club, Girls' Chorus, General and Concert Orchestra, Editor of Yearbook. f-rf-vw - r - X 'I 1 'Q-, .1- '--N-:s.lS-, 'DIZ .1 " L PHILIP CHESTER BOARDMAN i fPhlll "lust finished chores. " November 14, 1938 Gt. Barrington Activities - Basketball, Industrial Arts Club. BETTY LORR.AIN1E CHAMBERLIN KBetl "I wish I had a Thunderbird! " November 11, 1937 Gt. Barrington, Massachusetts Activities - Yearbook, Glee Club A. 'ffm' -Y ' . - 5 '+A X ,, Af' 1 Lg' b .E?b"! '-5 tj, . K CLARISSA ELLEN EMPRIMO lCr1ssyD "Slow down and wait for me. " October 2, 1938 Southfield, Massachusetts Activities - Secretary of Yearbook, Glee Club wk-WZ' 'lx DEANNA MARIE EMPRIMO I lDee7 "I can't find my music. " December 28, 1938 Clayton, Massachusetts Activities - Glee Club, Yearbook Staff, General and Concert Band, General and Concert Orchestra. 5 . 3 FREDRICK FRANKLIN fFredl "I didn't do it. " October 17, 1937 - Ashley Falls ,' Massachusetts Activities - Industrial Arts Club. -Wll1w!1,"":Inf't"4'xw"y',xf 'ff' Jul I 1 11 .n' -. W., -: .--. . - -'1-,i.r -gs as .Lf -,il-.rf.f. - if 1 19 1 75. LINDA CAROL GAYLORD CLynD "Who pulled my hair?" December 24, 1938 Ashley Falls, Massachusetts Activities - General and Concert Band and Orches- ' tra, Glee Club, Yearbook Staff . .4 DAVID G'ERMAINE QDaveD "May I talk to Shirley?" February 21, 1938 Albany, New York Activities - Social Dancing. -v JU? ELIZABETH GIBBS QB:-zttyl "I forgot my Cabsencel slip. " April 6, 1938 . New Haven, Connecticut Activities - Cheering W 4 ,. AY- . , --uf' .V .f M!--L -- , , '-Ib -rv 1. "1 -- "I 'NUS' ' 'N WY. 'f 5' "7 'S "5 .i 3 - if' ' Mn,-H-2: .f 1-2-"ab-' s'W-nLas-.- -- 4.f , fn-3-ua...av-wwf - -.sf-A -M 11"-v' 1 'f .An I4 OSCAR 1GRAHN QOCCYD "I don't have any gum, Mrs. Armstrong. " September 19, 1937 Gt. Barrington, Massachusetts Activities - Mixed Glee Club, Boys' Chorus, Social Dancing, Basketball. I 1 C4 uf'-it it MARY IOANN HAYBURN Q UO, IOGYY "Want to hear a joke, Rose? " October 5, 1938 New York, New York Activities - School Newspaper DOLORES ELIZABETH KINARNEY KDeeD Iuly 3, 1935 Jersey City, New Jersey .f 14 'TE Hx' TW. ETF' ' ,lv 5 ' E y A-I ' 1 l 'Y .ls .H . A W -,V f A' ,M -, pf- Activities - Basketball, Industrial Arts ii Club. ROSE ELLA KIRCHNER fRoseJ "I have to do some work. " December 29, 1938 Activities - Editor of School Paper American Legion Oratorical Contest 'V' .. g.,. ,ll ,- 15,1 ra. JY, 4. yYQ3f141'-'-!-,'-3ffs',r 1 A. L' 'f it fe. V, -4 ' 1... pq,-1,5 .fqfttu-'W umm, 45? ' , . , 3391 f' 'f:s,f?..ww?'g,2's ,Vx lx' ..,. 2 , if , I, , . 'fig it - , va A. Zu., ll V 'L - 1 :f,, - . .N A f, ,X . , , ,1..4,yf 1 Y IOHN STEPHEN MACCHI CSteveJ ,- "Is the gym finished?" November 3-0, 1938 g Ashley Falls, Massachusetts M A ANITA M. SELLEW CDeeDotJ D "Wil1 someone carry my books? " May 4, 1938 Great Barrington, Massachusetts Activities - Glee Club, Cheerleading , Yearbook Staff, Girls' Chorus. .- -.1 .31 w 1 .' .Him H."-2' .. r ALMA MAE STALKER CBabeJ "Don't Get Smart! " January 18, 1938 Canaan, Connecticut Activities - Glee Club , Girls' Chorus , Yearbook Club. 5 , +,,. V 3 QYJW Vi- vi .R X CIIRALDINE BLANCHJ: TAYLOR Q A 1 fG91TYl A "Is the library open? " April 21 , 1937 Pittsfield, Massachusetts Activities - Yearbook Club. LESLIE MAE WARD fLeel "I need a wagon for my sax case. " August 16, 1938 Northampton , Mas sachu setts Activities - Yearbook Staff, General Band and Orchestra, Concert Band and Orche stra . 15 lik l?'.1'IQ T' CAROLYN WOODBECK CCackyl "Hip! Hip! One-Two! Let's Gol October 7, 1938 Great Barrington , Massachusetts Activities - Majorettes, Cheerleading Yearbook Staff . SHIRLEY LUCYANN SNYDER KShirlJ "My bookkeeping doesn't check. Iune 22, 1938 Great Barrington, Massachusetts Activities - Social Dancing. LENORA GERTRUDE WELLS fSqueakyJ "Does anyone have a spare motor?" Iuly 20 , 1938 Great Barrington, Massachusetts Activities - General Orchestra, Glee Club, Yearbook. vugtuivur-1----1 - "-""'- f Class Histor For the first two years of our high school career the class of 1956 attended four diff- erent high schools: Searles: Roeliff Jansen: Sheffield: and New Marlboro. Although we studied at the same schools in our third year, we were united under the establishment of Mount Everett Regional School, and all were considered as Mt. Everett students. As we reached the exalted rank of Seniors , we were finally privileged to enter the new Mount Everett Regional School and emerge as its first graduating class. Let's now trace our jour- ney. Four years ago five space-ships left the five stars of the constellation, Auriga, with Earth as their destination. The names of these ships from outer space were: Searles I, built in Monterey: Searles II, built in Egremont: Roe Ian, built in Alford: Sheffield: and New Marlboro. During the first three years of their journey, Searles I and Searles II training crews enjoyed a well-balanced educational course. In their third year aloft they were detained from landing because the aerial academy at Sheffield was not ready for habitation. In their freshman year the Roe Ian ship was under repair: therefore, the crew rode in the Searles II ship. The second year the crew transferred to their own ship and continued for the remainder of their stint straight on course. Eleven girls formed the passenger list for the New Marlboro air line during their three years together. Bill Eigen, whom authorities transferred from New York, assumed command over the female contingent for the last lap of the trip. Meanwhile the space-ship, Sheffield, made fast progress and was held on course by its able advisors. Roll call of the thirteen recruits was taken by Mrs. Roraback. At the beginning of the third year, the ships interrupted their course to meet at Mars Air Terminal, where they changed their names to Mt. Everett. Their destination was pin- pointed as the Mt. Everett Regional School on Earth. Before we fully realized it, zero hour approached and we all landed at Mt. Everett Regional where Commander Bybee met us at the door. Shirley Snyder and David Germaine climbed from the rocket constructed in Alford. Alighting from the rocket built in Egremont were Rose Kirchner and Oscar Grahn. From the Monterey rocket emerged Leslie Ward. A whole platoon consisting of Martha Brewer, Clarissa Emprimo, Anita Sellew, Alma Stalker, Lenora Wells, Betty Chamberlain, Patricia Stanton, Deanna Emprimo, and William Eigen emerged from the New Marlboro rocket. Next came the Sheffield Squadron with Betty Gibbs , Geraldine Taylor, Dorothy Bassett, Beatrice Swan, Gertrude Conklin, Linda Gaylord, Car- olyn Woodbeck, Steve Macchi, Philip Ball, Fred Franklin, Philip Boardman, and Richard Howden. Already arrived from the Housatonic Valley Regional rocket was Io Hayburn. Do- lores Kinarney of Iersey City, New Iersey, was the last to join our force. Mrs. Iayne Arm- strong and Mr. Trocchi were ready with last minute advice and instruction before turning us loose on this island, Earth. The chief officers of the crew were: Captain, Gertrude Conklin, Co-pilot, William Eigenp Secretary of Records, Pat Stanton, Secretary of the Treasury, Richard Howden, and United Council of Organization, Beatrice Swan. Lastly we decided to name our record book "The Aurigan" for the constellation from which we star- ted. After participating wholeheartedly in our new school life, we met the final test-- GRADUATION . i"k'lc'ki"kakk'k'k'k'kk7l"lc'Jr'kir'k1E'kieickk9:i"k'ki'i'iricsY'k'kk CLASS COLORS: Blue and White CLASS FLOWER: White Carnation CLASS SONG: "No Man Is An Island" CLASS MOTTO: "Onward - Outward - Upward" ickikkickk!9t5E'k'k'k'k'k'k'k9r'kk'k'kkki'k'k1r'ki'i9tirki'kitivk Class Prophecy June 10, 1966 Dear Mrs. Armstrong and Mr. Trocchi: It really seems incredible that ten years have elapsed since that fateful night, Iune 20, when our illustrious class graduated. We are hoping to see you, our patient and long- suffering advisors, at the Modern Mount Everett Hotel, owned by Oscar Grahn. In order to prepare you for any forthcoming shocks, perhaps I should brief you on the happenings of my fellow classmates. First of all, Dick Howden has really made rapid head- way in the construction business. He is the proud owner of the R. H. Howden Company, wh- ich constructed the United States Throughway No. 5. By the way, did you know Dorothy Bassett is his private secretary? Speaking of secretaries, both Pat Stanton and Crissy Emprimo are private secretaries to Peabody Brothers, Inc. , who own the Tehran Oil Company in Iran. You'll be pleased to know that Bill Eigen, singing "The Toreador" from "Carmen", just made his first appearance at the Met. The staff of the Hartford General Hospital reached its peak in P -riormance two years ago when Anita Sellew, Betty Chamberlain and Geraldine Taylor joined it. Wasn't it con- venient that they were all accepted at the same hospital? Three years ago Linda Gaylord and Carolyn Woodbeck held the grand opening of their "Tres Chic Beauty Salon" in Hollywood, California. Since then they Have been serving many . 4. - 'TI-ll 4 18' ll .111 'N 'i if "tiff 115 'EC T L.1 'Y' Y 'fl ,I ln' an glamorous stars . News was received recently that Fred Franklin has been made a jet pilot for the Air Force in Hawaii. David Germaine, who is making the Navy his career, is now scanning the ocean bottom as Commander of the Nautilus. However, they'll both be on leave for our reunion. Our two prize agricultural students, Philip Ball and Philip Boardman, are now mana- ging the largest cattle ranch in Wyoming. They were recently visited by Steve Macchi, who is now the star player for the Boston Celtics. Also making the western sunshine bright are Deanna Emprimo and Alma Stalker. After serving four years in the Marine Corps, Alma is now a sergeant in charge of recruiting. Deanna, who is living with her in a trailer, is teaching music at the University of Nevada and is engaged to a Spanish professor there. Remember the two joke tellers, Rose Kirchner and Io Hayburn? Io does designs for store windows, while Rose does the actual trimming. They are so much in demand that they travel constantly all over the world. I attended a fashion show recently in which the magnificent work of Bea Swan was modeled by no other than Betty Gibbs. Between them they are doing beautiful work and are also enjoying life in a penthouse in New York. Two classmates , Shirley Snyder and Lenora Wells, married soon after graduation. Shirley, who lives in Alabama, corresponds with Lenora in Vermont. Dolores Kinarney, now Mrs. Cedric Sidney of Oxford, England, may be able to att- end our approaching festivities provided she can obtain a leave of absence from her teach- ing profession. Two of my old colleagues, Leslie Ward and Martha Brewer, have both proved success- ful. Residing in Alaska, Martha has inherited a large, whale blubber refining factory, while Leslie is with her missionary husband deep in the heart of Africa. As for myself, I have just returned from an expedition into the Everglades where I studied the habits of the Okeeghobee frogs. We hope you'll be able to attend the reunion where further information undoubtedly will be uncovered concerning the class of '56, Sincerely , Trudy Conklin Last Will and Testament We--the exalted Senior Class of the institution known as Mount Everett Regional School, located in the center of the regional school district, in the glorious state of Massachusetts, in the United States of America, in the Northern Hemisphere of the planet, Earth, within the Solar System that lies in a Universe infinite in time and space, in the year of Our Lord, nine- teen hundred and fifty-six--being of sound mind and body and the first graduates of a soon to be glorious Mount Everett Regional School do hereby bequeath to our heirs and few remaining freinds the following articles. Betty Gibbs leaves her chauffeured ride to school to Sally Thompkins. Carolyn Woodbeck leaves her cheerleading uniform to Mary Hart. Alma Stalker leaves her persuasive manners to Judy Cairns. William Eigen leaves his empty gas tank to Dick Botthof. Lenora Wells leaves those long morning rides to Bobby Jackson. Deanna Emprimo leaves her place in the band to David Emprimo. Richard Howden leaves the remains of the class treasury to to his brother, Bruce. Shirley Snyder leaves her quietness to Sally Preston. Oscar Grahn leaves his boots and saddle to Dennis Whitcomb. Betty Chamberlin leaves her soft voice to Helen Woodbeck. Stevie Macchi leaves his curly hair to Tommy Kradel. Clarissa Emprimo leaves her extra boy friends to any lonesome girl who wants one. Gertrude Conklin leaves her fiddle to Nicky Rutsis. Philip Boardman leaves his lankiness to Tom Andrews. Linda Gaylord leaves her Air' Force Wings to the birds. Anita Sellew leaves her frivolous ways to Bardefinsign. ' Beatrice Swan leaves her place on a motorcycle to Emily Palfini. Joan Hayburn leaves the library magazine rack to Martha French. Patricia Stanton leaves her qualities of loyalty to Diana Cummero. Geraldine Taylor leaves her love for books to Joe Lanoue. Dorothy Bassett leaves her pickup truck to Virgenia Zilka. Leslie Ward leaves her vocabulary to Bill Emprimo. Philip Ball leaves his promptness to Freddie Schneider. Freddy Franklin leaves his baseball mitt to Rufus Barnum. Rose Kirchner leaves her jokes to Fay Stoddard Dolores Kinarney leaves her long hair to Marilyn Peck. Martha Brewer leaves ....... David Germaine follows. To the Juniors we leave the privilege of becoming Seniors. To the Sophomores we leave the book, Tale of Two Cities. To the Freshmen we leave the privilege of becoming upperclassmen. To our class advisors, Mrs. Armstrong and Mr. Trocchi, we leave a quiet class. To MT. EVERETT REGIONAL SCHOOL we leave ........... L . Az' rl ' 'r'-Titus: "': h' ri... "!i91"r7I!.'F..uK' nl-+arA.'xiw,--M..1:'iiflscwuii'-'xn.ll1lnl f N N J 5 XXI rg' r l , B i ' 1 IL :wif .ir 3 ,, .Q W E 3, F. OYES Sopho L. I ck , M. Bro by MacDar S 31 W fe And adle, T T.Kr Wilcox, ,B. On ohns .M-I ef , W. Bow en Amstead , L. Gre chi, B. aC W: A.M RO T FIRS Iohn- M. ich , S. Rioux, OW Handl aw, B. Sh , C. Williams, D. nch Pre ells, M. es, S. W 33' W: A.H RO COND SE Blakely. I. I GIS I. Pet bbs , G1 5 RD RO TH1 hapin eck, M. C hn E. Sc 1 Curtiss I OOHGS, sh La GSYYI I ,H.Le SH Ols I ilcox, nkava , A. W 1 ,A.P S I9 Oa son, P. Palfini, P. leen. ue, E. O HO La I 1, DZOD A.Ra Hoyt , ,L. le Bra z I. I On Wt Ne Delmollno , R. E 1. Pekru . ,R. is Ruts s, N. G Som Wells, T. I Z '1 I f 1 , 3 i 5 A 4 Y 5 . Q - . is N il i 4 -'A-.'A.'v M-x M -W J' ..g.....,.f lf w A Fresh en istman, V. Higgins, S. Shaw, M. Peters, M. McCarthy, C. Hardy, M. Rosenstein B. Iackson I. Cagney, I. Ives, I. . SECOND ROW: D. Deland, S. Macchl, I. Wyman, B. Ensign, M. Handlowlch, N. Wamer, E. Ruthel, S. Moran, C. G. Dozier, I. Ioesten, T. Trlerweiler, H. Iohnson, Mrs. Rhoades. THIRD ROW: D. Preston, I. Macchi, W. Emprimo, opfe, E. Guldi, I. French, P. Eichstedt, B. Elliott, W. Mintz, E. Preiss, R. 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