Mount Everett High School - Aurigan Yearbook (Sheffield, MA)
- Class of 1957
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The year was 1957, the month--February. Our class numbered 38.
Then--there were only 37, for death called one of our best friends and most
popular classmates. Virgena Zilka passed away on February 23 .
Virgie was known for the effort she put into all her undertakings, for
her enthusiasm and exuberance, and for her gay, mischievous fun. We can
still smile when we remember her many escapades both inside school and
We will never forget Virg--no one will ever be able to take her place,
for she occupied in our lives an irreplaceable position. Although she is
not with us in body, the memory of her optimism and the courage she showed
throughout her life will remain with us and inspire us always.
In loving memory and in gratitude for all she has done for us, we,
the class of '57, dedicate this , our yearbook, to' our departed classmate,
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Superintendent of Schools Principal Mathematics
University of Massachusetts B.S. Tarkio College A.B. Harvard College A.B.
Columbia University M.A. University of Maine M.E. Harvard School of Education M.A
WILLIAM E. MIELKE ALBERT JOSEPH TROCCHI WENDELL S- MOULTHROP
Supervisor of Guidance Mathematics Mathematics and SCie1'1Ce
Harvard College A.B. Bates College A.B. Westfield Teachers College B.S
Boston University M. E.
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Supervisor of Art Music Supervisor
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North Adams Teachers College M.E.
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IAMES ANTHONY SHIMINSKI DAVID CHARLES BREAKELL RICHARD L- MAGHERY
Industrial Arts Agriculture Physical Education
Fitchburg Teachers College B.S. University of Connecticut B.S. Boston University B.S.
THOMAS KEENE NORTON, IR. EDWARD ROBERT STEVENS CYNTHIA BARBOUR WILLCOX
Mathematics and Social Studies Social Studies Librarian
Calvin Coolidge College A.B. Boston University B.S. Ripon College B.A.
ALICE KETTENHOFPEN IAYNE ARMSTRONG GLADYS MARION RORABACK
Commercial Commercial Social Stl-lCii9S
Simmons College B. S. M.A. University of Connecticut B.S. North Adams T95Ch91'S C011999
THOMAS WARE WIGHT MICHAEL H. ANELLO DORIS ARLENE CHARTER
Science Science French, Spanish, English
University of Maine B.S. M.E. Seton Hall University B.S. Russell Sage College A.B.
State University of Iowa Cornell University M.A. University of Connecticut M.A.
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English English Homemaklng
University of Mass. B.S. St. Michae1's College A.B. Simmons College B.S.
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To Mr. Stevens: a calm, cool, and collected problems class.
To Mr. May: we bequeath ten more talented artists to take the place of those
who are leaving.
To Mrs. Rhoades: we leave a class that appreciates Shakespeare.
To Mr. Hummel: we leave his dramatic club.
To Mr. Anello: we leave a large number of fish for his empty aquarium.
To Mr. Norton: we leave a blond, curly wig.
To Mr. Maghery: we leave a new group of office monitors.
To Mrs. Roraback: we leave a case of medical supplies for her first aid group.
To Mr. Trocchi: some calm nerves for his driver training class.
To Mrs. Larkin: we leave a senior debating class.
To Mrs. Armstrong: we leave a group of secretaries.
To Mr. Wight: we leave a spotless lab.
To Miss Charter: we leave a long-playing record of "Keep Quiet! "
To Mr. Wheeler: we leave an office all his own for disciplinary reasons.
To Mr. Bybee: we leave a crew cut.
To Miss Long: we leave a warm locker room.
To Mr. Mielke: we leave a large class to take college-boards.
To Mr. Multhrop: we leave a long time to get acquainted with his math classes.
To Mr. Barrette: we leave an interested music appreciation class.
To Mr. Shiminski: we leave a shop full of pretty girls.
To Mr. Breakell: we leave ten dozen chickens for his chicken coop.
To Mr. Merrigan: we leave a co-operative yearbook staff.
To Mrs. Wilcox: we leave a quiet library filled with polite workers.
To Mr. Crockett: we leave a cookbook.
To the junior class: we leave the happy thought that they have only one year of
school ahead of them.
To the Sophomore s: we leave the hope that they will survive the next two years.
To the Freshmen: we leave hope, faith, and endurance.
To Mount Everett: we leave a shorter day. . .ten to two. . .with an hour for lunch.
To everyone else concerned: we just leave.
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HELEN LOUISE LOVE
Mill River, Mass.
"I really d1dn't mean it that way."
Glee Club 1 , 2 , 3 ,4: Student Council l , 2 ,4: Girls '
Chorus 3: Basketball l,2: Class President l ,2,4:
Class Vice-President 3: Yearbook Staff 4: Senior
Play 4: Majorette l , 2 , 3: Cheerleader l , 4:
always a leader. . .wltty. l .a friend to everyone
ZOE ANDEL SMITH
"Zee" or "Zee-Zee"
"Oh! how wretched"
Majorette l , 2 ,3 , 4: Class Vice-President 2 , 4: Glee
Club 1 , 2 ,4: Basketball 1 , 2: School Newspaper Staff
l ,2: Girls' Chorus 4:
studious . . . some seem born to organize. . .cordial
VIRGINIA DORIS SCHULTZ
"Ginny", "Gin" or "SChultz1e"
Ashley Falls, Mass.
"I hope I get a letter today . "
Glee Club l ,Z ,3 ,4: Cheerleader 1 ,2: Senior Play
4: G.A.A. 3,47 Yearbook Staff 4: Photography Club
3: School Newspaper Staff l ,2,4: Student Council
2: Class President 2: Class Treasurer 3: Class
optimistic. . .a friend indeed . . . "fllvver" owner
SALLY LOUISE PRESTON
Glee Club 1 ,2,3 ,4: Girls' Chorus 3: Cheerleader
1 ,2: Senior Play 4: School Newspaper Staff 1 ,2,3:
Yearbook Staff 4: Treasurer 2,4:
energetic. . .loquacious . . .class party thrower
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PHYLLIS HARRIET BOARDMAN
Glee Club 1 ,2,3: Band 37 Orchestra 3: Yearbook
Staff 47 Softball 1: Science Club 3:
amicable. . .has a ready smile. . . slim
REGINALD LEE BROCK
Ashley Falls, Mass.
"Anybody got any gum?"
Baseball 1,37 Basketball 1: F.F.A. Club 1: Yearbook
Staff 47 Tumbling Club 47 Hall Monitor 49 Class
President 3: Student Council 3:
determined. . .enjoys a hot argument. . .class dozer
IUDITH ANN CAIRNS
Ashley Falls , Mass.
Glee Club 1 , 2 , 3 ,4p Orchestra 1 , 2 ,3 ,4p School
Newspaper Staff 1 ,2,3: Girls' Chorus 3: Cheer-
leader 27 Yearbook Staff 45
prudent. . .girl behind the pictures. . .trim
SHIRLEY IAVERNE CARTINELLI
Sheffield , Mass.
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Glee Club 37 Library Club 37 Yearbook Staff 45
calm. . .qulet and efficient she will be. . .business
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ANNETTE MARY CI-IOQUETTE
"Choke -it "
North Egremont, Mass.
"I nearly flipped"
Glee Club 1 , 2 ,3 ,47 Dancing Club 1 , 2,37 G.A.A.
Z,3,47 Majorette 2,47 Girls' Chorus 47 Senior Play
47 Yearbook Staff 47 Cheerleader 47 Student Colmcil 27
vivacious . . .bouncing sprite of the class. . .bllthe
ROBERT STANLEY CLARK
"You better believe ltl "
Dancing Club 37 Checker Club 1,22 Baseball 17
Dramatlcs Club 37 Hall Monitor 4: Senior Play 47
class handy man. . .where there is mischief there
will Bobby be found. . .boisterous
DIANE MARIE CUMMARO
"Welll I I "
Glee Club l,2,47 Dancing Club 1,2,37 G.A.A.
1,2 ,37 Yearbook Staff 47
petite. . .vlcacious . . .chic
ANTHONY MARTIN CONSOLINI
"Oh Surel I I II"
Basketball 1, 2 ,3 , 47 Baseball 1 , 2 ,3 ,47 Industrial
Arts Club 3,41 Tumbling Club 17 Hall Monitor: Class
Vice-President 17 Class Secretary 27
candid. . .lxains behind the pranks . . .clever
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WINIPRED GERTRUDE DOW
Mill River, Mass.
Glee Club 1 , 2 ,3 ,4: Basketball l ,2: G.A.A. 37
Softball 1: School Newspaper Staff 3: Senior Play
2,45 Girls' Chorus 3: Yearbook Staff 47
volatile . . . artistically inclined . . . co-operative
IUDITH CAROLINE DUNTON
"Oh pifflel "
Glee Club 1 ,2,3 ,47 Photography Club 37 Yearbook
Staff 47 Girls' Chorus 2,3: Cheerleader 2: Senior
Play 1 ,45
excitable. . .can always be found in the art room. . .
DAVID WILLIAM EMPRIMO
"Dave" or "Davey"
Ashley Falls , Mass .
"I don't know what to tell yal "
Basketball l , 2 ,3 ,47 Baseball l , 2 ,3 ,4p Hall Monitor
47 Yearbook Staff 45 Student Council 3: Class Presi-
"GQ-1-if happy-go-lucky. . .athletic. . .dependable Dave
BARBARA IUNE GARDNER
"I don't knowl "
Glee Club 2,32 Dancing Club 35 Yearbook Staff 45
agreeable . . .habitually willing to accomodate. . .
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PAMELA ELEANOR GILCHRIST
Glee Club 1,2,3,4: Band 3: Yearbook Staff 4: Cheer-
leader 3,4: Basketball 2: Girls' Chorus l,2,3,47
Girls' Athletic Association 3: Senior Play 47
per severing. . .the girl with the infectious laughl . .
ROBERT CUR'l'ISS GUIDI
South Egremont, Mass.
"Oh horse-feathers! "
Basketball 3,47 Baseball 3: Tumbling 4: Hall Monitor
agile . . .personality plus . . . level-headed
MARY LOUISE HART
"I guess so"
Glee Club l ,2 ,3: Photography Club 37 Yearbook
on the alert. . .courteous. . .helpful to everyone
ANTIONETTE IEANNE HOTCHKISS
"Toni" or "Honey"
"Oh goshl " ,
Glee Club l,3,4: Bird Banding Club 2:. G.A.A.
3 ,47 Typing Club 27 Popular Singing Club 47 Dancing
Club 3,41 Girls' Chorus 27
affable . . . performs her tasks systematically . . .
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HARRIET RUTH IESPERSEN
Mill River, Mass.
"Oh, Lord help us! "
Glee Club 1,3: Dancing Club 1 ,2g Yearbook Staff 4,
tacituxn. . . sympathetic with others . . .industrious
CATHERINE BNOLE JOHNSON
"Ohl My gosh'
Basketball 1 ,2, 3: Glee Club 1 ,2: Yearbook Staff 4:
absent-minded. . .always cheerful. . .carefree
CAROL ANN KERESZTES
New Marlboro , Mass .
Basketball 1 ,2,3: G.A.'A. l ,2,3 ,4: Red Cross l , 27
Yearbook Staff 47
talkative. . .misplaced city girl. . .enthusiastic
FRANCIS PETER LEMERE
"It happens that way moving West. "
Baseball l,2,47 Basketball l,2,4p Hall Monitor 45 ' i
Senior Play 4: Student Council 2, Class Vice-
President 25 ----4
tease. . .thought of as a brother. . .keen
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CECILIA LUCY MORANDI
Alford , Mass .
"How about that! "
Dancing Club 1,27 Science Club 2: G.A.A. 3,45
Choir 1 ,27 Glee Club 3 ,47 Typing Club 3 ,4: Basket-
ball 1,2: Popular Singing Club 47
genial. . .never does work but what it is well done . . .
MARIA ELENA MORANDI
Alford , Mass .
"Did I get a letter?"
Girls' Athletic Association 1: Glee Club 3: Library
Club 1: Science Club lg Yearbook Staff 45 Red Cross
4, Photography Club lg Dancing Club 1 ,27 Choir
1 ,2: Bird Banding Club lg
sociable . . .perpetual smile. . .gay
EMILY LINDA PALFINI
"Em" or "Emm1e"
Hartsvllle , Ma ss .
"It beats mel"
Basketball 1 , 2, Glee Club 1 , 2 ,3 ,47 G.A.A. 4,
Girls' Chorus 2,37 Class Treasurer 1 ,27 Senior
Play 4: School Newspaper Staff 1 ,2, Yearbook Staff
45 Library Club:
gracious. . .ever present when level-headedness is
needed. . .well groomed
ROBERT IULES PAUTOT
South Egremont, Mass.
' 'Not me"
Baseball 3: Modelmaking Club 17 Hall Monitor 47
restless . . .guardian of the conference room. . .
mechanically minded .
MARIIXN ADELE PECK
North Egremont, Mass.
"Oh, not againl "
Glee Club l,2,3,47Girls'Chon1s 45 Band 1: Dancing
Club l , 27 Girls' Athletic Association 3 ,4: Yearbook
Staff 2 ,4p
bright eyes. . .the girl who most likes the dismissal
bell. . .well dressed
MARY ELAINE SMITH
Mill River, Mass.
Glee Club l , 2 ,3 ,47 Cheerleader lp Maj orette l ,2 ,
3,42 Yearbook Staff 47 Senior Play 47 Basketball
1 ,Zz School Newspaper Staff l ,2 ,37 Girls' Chorus
3: G.A.A. 3.47
dependable. . .often seen bustling around the comer. . .
GARY DAVID SCHOONMAKER
"Oh blizzard! "
Bus Monitor lp Hall Monitor 4, Hiking Club lp
Dancing Club 3,47 Football Z7 Basketball 27 Class
Secretary 25 Baseball 37
constant flirt. . .the deer fdearj slayer. . .opportunist
SHIRLEY MAIG' THOMPSON
Mill River, Mass.
'If you say so"
Glee Club l , 2 , 37 Majorette l , 2 , 37 Dramatics Club
37 Yearbook Staff 47 Dancing Club 1 , 27
chatty. . .faithful to a cause . . .absentee
"Tommy calledl "
Glee Club l,2,3 ,4: Girls' Chorus 4: Yearbook Staff
47 Homemaking Club 3:
sincere. . .she follows a stately course. . . sentimental
WILLIAM PECK WARNER
"Bill" or "Wlldcat"
South Egremont, Mass.
"What's lt to ya?"
Hall Monitor 4: Hiking Club 3: Industrial Arts Club
4: Tumbling Team 4: Tumbling Club 4:
slow spoken. . .eats well, sleeps well but little
inclination to work . . .nonchalant
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LUCILE LORETTA WHISENANT
"I just had a fight with Al."
Band 1 ,2 ,3 ,4: Orchestra 3 ,4: Glee Club l,2,3 ,4:
Majorette 1,2,4: All State Chorus 3:
musical. . .goes through life with a light heart. . .
DENNIS THADDEUS WHITCOMB
North Egremont, Mass.
"What's coming off 'P "
Baseball 2 ,3: Hall Monitor 4: Senior Play 4: School
Newspaper Staff 3: Tumbling Team 4: A.V.A. Club
l ,2: Glee Club 1 ,2,3: Boys' Chorus 3:
friendly. . .usually the last to arrive . . .neat
HELEN ELIZABETH WOODBECK
"Oh, is that so?"
Glee Club l ,2, 3,47 Band 27 Orchestra 27 Cheerleader
l,2,3,4p Girls' Chorus 3: Basketball 17 Softball 1,
Yearbook Staff 47 School Newspaper Staff 1 ,27 Senior
Play 47 Student Council 2:
sportive. . .the golden voice of the class. . . sprightly
VIRGENA ROSE ZILKA
Hartsville , Mass .
Cheerleader 1 ,2,37 Basketball 1: School Newspaper
Staff 1 , 2: Student Council 4: Glee Club l , 2 , 3 ,47
Girls' Chorus 3: Majorette 1 ,2 ,3p Yearbook Editor
47 All-State Chorus 4: Softball 17
exuberant. . .characterized by her ready answers. . .
We ever orget
The senior girls' pajama party
The days in the conference room
Annette's shortie pajamas--and Helen's
Mr. Wheeler :Sr Mr. Bybee--checkmates
Losing various parts of the class will
Bearded ladies in the senior class
Commuting between senior home rooms
Senior Play Gary's trial in P of D
New Year's Eve Music Appreciation class
Home Bc. projects Skipping school to get ads
Caravans from F-2 Mr. Steven's cookie factory
Springfield Fair The Senior Farewell of '56
Ginny's hotrod Our cool tempered class
Handwriting class Driver's Education
The visit of the skunk Class trips
Cheerful hall monitors "Anyone to make roses?"
Pete LeMere's sideburns The cool, cool classrooms
Two years ago we were first united. Previously we were members of four schools: New
Marlboro, Sheffield, Searles, and Roeliff Iansen.
We had 43 students when we started our junior year at Mount Everett. Class officers for
that year were: President, Reginald Brock: Vice-President, Helen Love: Secretary, Fay Stoddard:
Treasurer, Virginia Schultz: Student Council Representative, David Emprimo.
In the early spring of '56 we gave a round and square dance, "The Home Run Hop". On Iune
15 we sponsored a dance for the departing seniors. Theme: "Moonlight and Roses".
In May 1956 we became the first proud possessors of Mount Everett Regional class rings,
black onyx in a gold setting.
During our junior year we lost the following members of our class: Diane Handlowich, Ioan
Scott, and Margaret Golden.
In September of 1956 we returned to Mount Everett to complete our last year. Upon returning,
we found that many of our former classmates had left us. These were: Richard Bothoff, Barbara
Curtiss, Susan Sande, Fred Schneider, Fay Stoddard, and Eleanor Swain. Mary MacKoul left us
in the latter part of our senior year.
We were joined, however, by Francis Lemere from Avon, Connecticut, and Carol Keresztes
from New York City.
Officers of the class were: President, Helen Love: Vice-President, Zoe Card: Secretary,
Virginia Schultz: Treasurer, Sally Preston: Student Council Representative, Virgena Zilka.
Our first social event was our Halloween Costume Dance, which proved to be quite profitable.
Many good costumes were seen and prizes were given for the best.
On the nights of November Z8 and 29 we presented the play "Aunt Cathie's Cat" , a mystery-
comedy in three acts. The leading actress was Emily Palfini: actor, Robert Clark. Supporting
roles were played by: Helen Love, Virginia Schultz, Annette Choquette, Sally Preston, Judith
Dunton, Francis Lemere, Dennis Whitcomb, Winifred Dow, and Helen Woodbeck. Richard Pekrul
and Theadore Somes, two junior boys , took parts to help make the play a success.
Five days before the yearbook was sent to press the senior class was saddened when they
lost Virgena Nirgiej Zilka, the yearbook Editor-in-Chief.
Our next big project was to sponsor the junior Prom. The theme was the beautiful southern
song "Gone With The Wind", and the gym became a Southern Mansion.
Now we eagerly anticipate the arrival of Class Night, and, most of all ----
Graduation, after which we will embark upon our journeys through life. .
fast any clstarnent
We , the second graduating class of Mt. Everett Regional School, being of bright C27 minds ,
quick tempers, and loud voices , do will and bequeath these things to the following unfortunate
Shirley Cartinelli wills her natural red hair to Ioan Curtiss .
Antoinette Hotchkiss leaves her nickname "Honey" to the bees.
Catherine Iohnson leaves her mutterings to Peter Reich.
Maria Morandi wills her letter writing ability to Iack Wells.
Cecilia Morandi leaves her pierced ears to Grace French.
Barbara Gardner leaves her ability to hit things to Peggy Palfini. Be careful, Peggy I
Pete Lemere wills his sideburns to Tommy Kradel.
Sally Preston gives her Connecticut boys to any girl who likes to travel.
David Emprimo leaves his fender skirts and mufflers to the person who stole them.
Virgie Zilka wills and bequeaths her ability to tell "interesting stories" to Gordon Brock .
Diane Cummaro leaves her ability to type with one hand to Barton Ogden.
Virginia Schultz leaves her modern means of transportation to Ianet Olsen.
Bob Pautot wills his popularity with the state troopers to Pat Oates.
Annette Choquette leaves her shortie pajamas to Betty Schneck.
Mary Smith bequeaths her nickname "Chug-a-lug" to Ed Oleen.
Pam Gilchrist sadly gives her seat in Problems of Democracy to Debby Shaw.
Bob Guidi wills his tumbling ability to Chris Edwards.
Emily Palfini bequeaths her sincerity to Bruce Howden.
Bill Warner leaves his shyness to Ioey Macchi.
Anthony Consolini just leaves a new school bus.
Harriet Iespersen wills her long fingernails to linda Cummaro.
Helen Woodbeck leaves her cheerleading uniform to the lucky girl who's good enough to get it.
Bob Clark wills his cigars to Jack French. . Jack, you're turning GREEN.
Phyllis Boardman leaves her short hair to Mary Lou Chapin.
Reg Brock bequeaths his trips to Housatonic to any Junior boy interested. -
Gary Schoonmaker leaves his Henry I to anyone willing to take it. A
Iudy Cairns wills her trips to Canada to her sister Donna Kas long as Donna keeps away from
what Iudy goes to see.D
Mary Hart leaves her seat in Physics class to anyone who is foolish enough to take it.
Sally Tompkins leaves her poise to Bernice Philips.
Zoe Card wills her discussion ability to Roger Newton.
Carrie Dunton leaves her paint brushes to Bob Rutsis.
Helen Love wills her neat hair-do to Beverly Muir.
Lucile Whisenant bequeaths her musical ability to Al Ranzoni.
Shirley Thompson leaves her absence slips to Penny Peters.
Carol Keresztes wills her ability to talk in study hall to Barbara Wilcox.
Winnie Dow leaves her short temper to Ted Somes.
Dennis Whitcomb wills his friendly personality to anyone who needs it.
Marilyn Peck leaves her attentiveness in English class to Ed Smith.
on a TWA plane taking off from London
a pilot, Anthony Consolini, and a stewardess, Helen Love, standing at the door of
"Are all the passengers on the plane ?"
"No, there's one left, a man named Mr. Dennis Whitcomb. "
"Mr, Dennis Whitcomb! Why, I wonder if that's good ol' Denny, our classmate at
"I was just wondering the same thing."
"Look, here comes someone now-but it doesn't look like the Dennis we knew, not
with that mustache--and look how stout he is!"
"Pardon me , is this the plane going to--Butch Consolini! !--and no--it couldn't be--
Helen Love! ! "
"It is Denny! How are you? My goodness, we hardly recognized you. "
"Now we can really talk about old times. Have a seat and as soon as the plane is in
the air I'1l be back."
Time: fifteen minutes later
Place: in the air between London and New York City.
Anthony: "Well, here we are, Denny. GOsh, I still can't believe it's you. You look like you've
done pretty well for yourself."
Dennis: "I have done pretty well. I'm president of the General Electric Company."
Helen: "That's wonderful, Denny. I didn't think you were capable of moving so fast in ten
years . "
DG1'11'1iS! "I've changed, but I see you haven't. You're just as witty as ever, always good for
a laugh. I don't think you ever got as many laughs as you did the two nights of our
play, Aunt Cathie's Cat."
Helen: "And you--the big brave policeman who came to Aunt Cathie's rescue after she caught
"them two bugglers" . "
Anthony: "Nobody needs to come to Ginny's rescue now. She's married now, and doing well
for herself running a beauty shop in South Carolina."
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"The "bugglers" aren't doing badly either. Pete is manager of the Pittsfield G.E. ,
and Carrie is the leading commercial artist at Lord and Taylor's in New York."
"Carrie and Winnie always were the artists of the class. "
"Winnie made good use of her talent too, she's an assistant to Ceil Chapman, the
famous fashion designer."
"By the way, I ran into Zee Card when I was in Spain last week. She's a high school
teacher there and really enjoys her work. "
"Weren't Sally Preston and Carol Keresztes going to be teachers too? "
"I hear Sally is an English teacher at Skidmore College: and Carol has moved back
to New York to teach elementary school there."
"Lucy is a teacher, too: she's teaching Physical Education back at Mt. Everett."
"Whatever happened to the three that were going into the Navy after graduation: Bill
Warner, Bob Guidi and Bob Pautot? "
"Oh, they've teamed up together and own the "Triple B" Steamship Line. They've hired
two other former classmates as secretaries, Toni Hotchkiss and Shirley Cartinelli. "
"Speaking of secretaries, what became of the other girls who were planning to do that
type of work?"
"Well, recently I stayed at the Pountainebleau in Florida and was quite surprised to
see Maria and Cecilia Morandi employed as receptiortists. They went to Florida soon
after graduation and said they'd never move back up north."
"Guess where Cathy Johnson is working? "
"I saw her in Boston the other day , and she told me she lives there and is a private
secretary for the vice-pre sident of the Boston Beanery, Inc.
"The last I heard, Phyllis Boardman was working with comptometer machines in
Springfield , and Barbara Gardner is working in the newly established Sheffield Savings
"Oh, and Diane Cummaro is living in Hollywood. She married the late st movie rage,
Elvis Iones. They now own four pastel Fords . "
"All our classmates did pretty well for themselves. Did you know that Dave recently
purchased the Great Barrington Airport and Gary is working as head in structor? "
"That's greatl I must make it a point the next time I'm near there to drop in and see
them. I haven't been up that way in a long time. "
"While you're there, you might stop in and see a few of our other former classmates.
Sally Tompkins married her high school sweetheart and is co-owner of the Reed Gas
Station. Harriet and Shirley are hostesses at the Berkshire Inn."
"By the way, what's become of Reggie Brock?"
"I saw him on a plane a couple of months ago when he was going home on leave. He
joined the Marines right after graduation, and now he's a major."
"Good for him. Say, what are Marilyn and Annette doing now?"
"Well, Marilyn has an interest in the Granger Engineering Corp. in Pittsfield: Annette
is a nurse at the Medical Center in New York City."
"Did any of the other girls in the class become nurses?"
"You bet--Judy Cairns and Mary Hart are working in the Children's Hospital in Boston.
Pam and Emily are working at Bellevue Hospital in New York. Emily is working in the
juvenile division and Pam is connected with the social work department."
"Remember Mary Smith? She's working for a travel agency and I think she has been
in almost every country in the world . "
"What is Bob Clark doing now?"
"I recently read in the 'Wall Street journal' that he has become controlling stockholder
in Macy's Garage, Inc. I guess his after school work paid off well for him."
"It's too bad Helen Woodbeck isn't with me on this flight. She's a stewardess also,
and we do a lot of flying together. Woody is engaged now and she's planning to be
married next fall. She hooked a real cute looking pilot."
"Who ever thought that our class would be so successful."
"Yes, remember all the arguing we did? I don't think we ever agreed on anything,
but maybe it gave us some initiative to get ahead in life."
"Goodness, how time has flown--I'd better get back to my cockpit."
"And I had better get back to my passengers. It's been wond-erful talking to you,
Denny, and I hope it isn't ten years before we see you again."
"I don't think it will be now that I know you're working on this airline."
"Come on, Helen, we've got to go. So long, Den."
"Okay--see you. "
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"Aunt Cathie's Cat" was a mystery comedy in three acts, and if, in memory, you
settle comfortably in first row center, we'll review it for you.
What is more exciting than a spooky old mansion that has been shut up for a long
time? Especially when two very refined maiden ladies with their two attractive nieces
and dumb-Dora maid decide to rent the place unaware that anything mysterious is happen-
When the real estate agent takes his prospective tenants to the house, two queer,
rough-looking people scurry across the stage carrying the bloody-faced body of a man.
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when she hears people coming.
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nieces is alone in the living room, reading, when the black-clothed woman appears and
advances toward her. The girl screams, then faints. Her aunts rush in but fail to find
Miss Cathie decides to go down into the cellar to feed her pet cat. She fails to
return. Groans are heard. The cat caterwauls.
A policeman is sent for. He brings the unconscious form of Miss Cathie from the
cellar. She had received a blow on the head. He reports having seen a grave. Pande-
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business is cleared up.
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Total Points single season ----------------- David Emprimo '57-297
Total Points High School Career ------------ David Emprimo '57-484
Thomas Kradel '58-32 Gan. 7, 19471
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Basketball 1956-1957 SC1'1edl.1lGZ
Opponent Mc . Everett
Pittsfield 84 3 0
"Ockawamick 39 45
"'Webutuck 44 6 7
'Searle s 73 3 l
Lee 42 46 "
Webutuck 71 64
"Chester 30 5 l
1'fPittsfield 62 49
Lenox 38 46
Searle s 64 46
Williams 76 58
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This year, for the first time, Mt. Everett was privileged to participate in a post-
season tournament. Unfortunately we lost to Palmer High School in the closing minute
of play by a score of 43-41 . Palmer went to the finals and lost the championship game
by one point to Frontier Regional.
On the strength of an excellent game against Palmer, David Emprimo was named
to the first team in the tournament all-star selection.
The Berkshire Eagle named Captain Dave Emprimo to the Berkshire County All-Star
Team. It was the second time this year that he had been honored for his standout play.
Dave , in the Annual Southern Berkshire All-Star game , outscored all players by col-
lecting 16 points.
Soccer as a varsity sport was introduced at Mount Everett Regional this
year . Since the game was entirely new to the boys , only an informal schedule
of four games was played. Looking forward to the coming years in the
Southern Berkshire League , only boys in grades nine through eleven partici-
pated. What the players lacked in experience , they made up for in enthusi-
asm. The record book shows one win against three losses, but each game
showed a marked improvement and the final game of the season was a win
over Berkshire School junior varsity.
The boys were captained by two hard-working leaders in the persons
of Nick Rutsis and Tommy Kradel. Players seeing considerable action were:
Billy Mintz, Bobby Jackson, Ioe Macchi, Steve Smith , Fred Willcox, lack
and Dave Wells, Eddie Delmolino, Fred Fehn, Iim Bunce, Ted Somes, Mark
Hamilton, Ed Guidi, Dick Consolini, and Dave Blodgett.
The school will be represented in the Southern Berkshire Soccer League
beginning next fall.
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Contractors And Builders
Lumber And Building Materials
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Coal Co., Inc.
Lubricating Oils Fuel Oil Gasoline Kerosene Greases
Canaan- , Connecticut
Egremont Store Farm Equipment
Choice meats C. A. lmdell 81 Son, Inc.
fruits and vegetables
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South Egremont, Massachusetts Canaan, Connecticut
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Canaan Savings Bank
P' Homemade Ice Cream
Telephone Sheffield 9-3601 All Flavors
Candies, Soda, Cigars
Stolar Heat Fishing Tackle
Ashley Falls, Massachusetts Tel' 88M Main St
Know Your Dealer
Dempsey's Ga rage, Inc-
Dealership In Berkshire County
Great Barrington, Massachusetts
The Berkshire Courier
Southern Berkshire's Home Newspaper
Commercial Printing Of Distinction
Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Savings Accounts Mortgage Loans
Thoma s Armstrong Martin Leafgreen
Farm Supply Co., Inc.
Ford Tractors Dearborn Implements Farm Supplies
New Idea - New Holland Implements And Parts
DeLaval Milkers Mall Chain Saws
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. Decker 81 Beebe, Inc
Canaan , Connecticut
South Egremont , Mas sachu setts
Macy's Garage, Inc.
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Berkshire Oil Company, Inc.
Sheffield Television Co. F. W. Schultz
contractor and builder
South Main Street
Telephone Sheffield 9-8764
Sheffield 9-8483 Ashley Falls, Massachusetts
Great Barrington Airport
Great Barrington, Massachusetts
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Sheffield Plastics, Inc.
The Rock Ricige Chick Ranch
Malwaive Motors, Inc.
Sales r Service
FORD - MERCURY
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343 Main Street
Great Barrington, Massachusetts
L. H. Height, Inc.
Great Barrington's Leading Men's Store
Donald Amsfeaci 81 Son
R. W. Tryon Construction Co
Raymond Tryon Tel. 662 W-4
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Monterey , Ma ssachusetts
B. Dolby Florist 8. Nursery
Telephone 230 Telephone 626
Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Harland B. Foster, Inc.
Refrigeration Oil Heating
Air-Conditioning Electrical Equipment
Hardware Westinghouse Appliances
Phone 698-W or 564
15 Bridge Street
Great Barrington, Massachusetts
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Mr. Ed Stencil
Mr. 84 Mrs. l. A. Cummaro
Schely's Colonial Market
Ashley Falls, Massachusetts
Gordon's Second Hand Shop
Ashley Falls, Massachusetts
Leo Kaplan, Cwner
Dealer In High Grade And Registered Cattle
Telephone 796 61 797
85 Silver Street
Great Barrington, Massachusetts
The Colonial Motel
F Dwight Ford's Garage, Inc
General Auto Repairing
Central Hot-Water Heat
TV In Every Room
Open Year .Round International Farm Machinery
Sally And Martin Karson Sales 6' Service
Route 7 Phone 9-8451
Sheffield, Massachusetts Sheffield, Massachusetts
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