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

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His willingness to help we shall ever remember with infinite gratitude. It is our sincere hope that many more future classes at Mount Everett will be able to benefit from his guidance. Foreword Who of us could ever forget the beauty of the Berkshires? The rich crim- son and golden leaves of the autumn foliage provide a colorful background for memories, particularly ours of Mount Everett. Snow-laden trees outlined against the midnight blue of the sky leave just as vivid an imprint. Regardless of the distant journeys on which we may embark, surely every spring each of us will recapture the breath-taking vision of the Berkshire country-side in its moment of rebirth. For this reason we have chosen trees as the theme for the Aurigan '59. The staff of the Aurigan '59 whole heartedly appreciate the important contributions made by Mr. Norton, Mr. May, and Mr. Downie. Although Margie Gingras was not a member of the yearbook staff, she willingly donated her time and effort in typing copy. Their assistance not only eased the burden of the staff members but also, we believe, resulted in a better yearbook than would otherwise have been possible. Contents Senior Section Faculty Section Unofercloissrnen Clubs and Activities Sports Section Advertisements The Graduating Class of 1959 Dear Seniors: You have now graduated from high school and are about the task of living the sequel to this event of your life. You are to be congratulated for the former. Only time can disclose what is in order for the latter. Many paths are open for you to follow with at least one thing in common, they all lead to your future. This future may be a goal which you have already chosen, It could be just some far-off, bright, and rosy unknown quantity which you hope will drift your way. If you are pessimistic about the future, it, undoubtedly, looks like a dark storm cloud forming on the horizon with you directly in its oncoming course. Iwould like to mention briefly three typical paths. The first, very easy to walk, is pleasant, presents no particular challenge, and ends where you began. The second path is also easy to walk, but it ends in a swampy, mosquito-ridden wasteland with the reward of mosquito bites and misery. The third path is one which is often difficult and occasionally precarious, but it ends with a beautiful view, giving one a sense of accomplishment which makes the effort worthwhile. You do have to do something with your life. It must be lived. You can take the easy, pleasant path - never straying to the right or left, never disturbing your- self or anyone else. At the end of your life you will have lived itg nothing more, nothing less. You will be just about where you started. Of course, you could follow the second path. In living, however, it could well be that the mosquitoes and black fly bites would turn out to be something else. You could do the biting, with society the victims, or you could be bitten too. The dismal swamp might give way to substandard living, or, perhaps worse, the bread line, skid row, a penal institution, or maybe just another ne'er-do-well. On the other hand, you might choose to make the very best of what you have. It will be difficult at times. Sometimes you will stumble and lose strength. You will have to make these stumbles renew your determination to fight on toward your goal. At the end you will find a reward of satisfaction. You will have lived life to its fullest. You will have had successes and failures and the feeling that you have somehow, to some degree, left a good and satisfying contribution to society. This can not be done, however, unless you plan it that way and then set about the task of making it become a reality. Ihope you choose to follow the more satisfying, and possibly more difficult, path. You can, and will, succeed if you use the skills you have learned and never stop learning, working, and trying. The best of success to you, and don't wait for luck. Make it! Il Sincerely yours, Charles E. Bybee, Principal lush' lim. WM , g,..hh! 91 QM .gm wg' A QM, 'un Pew 41- f mf W IZ lr' 4 K 4 .., , A 5 T x .1 1 . ,E 1: , wt2a 1 W- , ,,,,. .vw wi, 'WN1 WW? 1 E .1 'n 3 1 Q 1 's gr . B! Q, 5 E r P, " ' ev sf, ' is 2 P, 1 F ' fr 2- 1. , -, .V 41 5 'H 3. x , 'fin N FF 'L Z - N g?"f7-'sw .S ' M' J " wi?-'1"+55,.': Y A 4-I -:ww ' ' .Q if H, + sa. H : ' V'-'ily . V + '45, 5. ' . g .W .iff I , riff 'Wa-'Q I. n '11 ,li 4, P' + A 5. v 1 .,,4m-P -, 1 ' +A.-J -'.,- YA , 7Mf5"' i ... . .- ' wi. .,k 31,31- 41 E? 'er jr ek. W 6, Q, ,, QE, 4 ,. 1.1121 , F. .E -M::5.:5: -gggw , m v - -1 an ' --J ,.,, Y- . Q? , , . "" K' "Q : -"' 'fi?"u -W !iw1'QiH1!'i5gfFW's' +L.-nz. -- A A A Mmm' ' ' ' -,.. z :im "K 5' Q -, , H fqwvkmi A - H . y. il f 5. 5 J .EL if NSE- ,. 1 . lf A L :W , - ---IM-Q .. ,---. . , ff. .. - ru' .'-ji" IH? M 5, ' 1 EWR 1 i1v1s'5wf M ' ., V -,V .ZL,...u.,: ' ig.- , ,K,, . ,VK m 1.,,: V, V , Ia' -Y aww, , Q dj? 4 ... s 3. -- .. Eg War-.li2gsQ,,,igi 4, 4' , 135 1 -w W JE3Ham.N . N , , H-- 1 , W ' v 2 ,b 'E m'1f-Wig. u?'fV'z "vim " wil, -' S' w a: -. .il ' " "F" Mlifkgwihqmn rf du L Y! .1 2 Hr we NM 2, gm. A T. - - LK! '11 . M ,,, H J, ,ew-f am 5, 'iw- ?jL, em , if 'iv' ,A Fffifv .Q A515 2? - xr hh- '?m.:+1t.e'ix3:.'1? "uw Class President DAVID EDWARD PRESTON fDave, Hot Rod, Rover Boyj Birthplace: Gt, Barrington, Mass. Residence: Sheffield, Mass. amiable. . .well liked and respected by all his classmates . . . "I give up." . . . a girl 's best friend. . . aeronautical engineering is his chosen vocation. Baseball 2.3: Football 3,4: Band 1,2g Audio Visual Aids 1,25 Soccer 3: Vice President 3: President 4: President of Student Council 4: Senior Play 4. Class Motto: Together we stand: divided we fall. Class Song: "You'll Never Walk Alone" Flower: Rose Color: Maroon and White 7, . 7 ki. ' 4 JANET MAME CAGNEY CJHYD Birthplace: Gt. Barrington, Mass. Residence: Mill River, Mass. ready smile. . .well-groomed. . . versatile . . ."It's a funny thing - life" . . .deft with a paint brush. . .good luck in the hair dressing profession. Band 1.2: Glee Club 1: Orchestra l,2g Dancing Club lg Tumbling Team 1.2. 3, 45 Yearbook 45 Newspaper 4g Dramatics 4g Senior Play 4: GAA 4, BONNIE URSULA CAHILL KC-HYJ Birthplace: Gt. Barrington, Mass. Residence: Sheffield, Mass. friendly and care free. . .spirited determi- nation. . "Oh Beans!"'. . .an expert tumbler 4- . . .certain to be a successful artist. 4 Dancing Club 1,2g Band 2.35 Glee Club 1.2, 3,4g Tumbling Team 4: Yearbook 43 GAA 45 Newspaper 45 Senior Play 4. Z4 X 2 I Z "W ff 7 'Q V 'Z X ,f 5: af, -y X rf WILLIAM POLLARD CLARK grainy Birthplace: Sheffield, Mass. Residence: Sheffield, Mass. a friendly chap. . ."I won't do it." . .. not a care in the world. . . quiet. . .dream er. . .will teach Industrial Arts. Audio Visual Aids 1.2.35 Newspaper 23 Yearbook 4g Senior Play 4. IOA N ELIZABETH CHRISTMAN Uoaniej Birthplace: North Egrernont, Mass. Residence: North Egremont, Mass. able leader. . .outstanding scholastic ability. . . resolute. . ."Oh Mercy!" . . . trustworthy. . .best wishes to a future medical secretary. GAA l,2g Hornernaking Club 1: Typing Club 25 National Honor Society 2, 3,4g Majorettes 3: Art Club 2g Dramatics 3. 4g Yearbook Editor 4g Senior Play 4. WILLIAM MODEST EMPRIMO fEmp or Billy Birthplace: Clayton, Mass. Residence: Clayton, Mass. quiet and easy going. . .one of our class bachelors. . . "Get Wise." . . .usually ambles along without a care in the world . . .aiming at a career in the service. Dancing Club 1: Chess Club 2: Soccer 2: Intramurals 2, 3. PETER JOHN EICHSTEDT qPete, Johnj Birthplace: Sheffield, Mass. Residence: Sheffield, Mass, tons of fun. . . jovial, carefree la d. . , "Boy, I flunked that test". . .a weakness for Jo Ann. . .our future gas station at- tendant. Intramurals 1,2,3: Hiking Club 1,2: In- dustrial Arts Club 2: Archery 2: Soccer 3 MARJORIE ELLEN GINGRAS fMargie, Gingyj Birthplace: Sheffield, Mass. Residence: Sheffield, Mass. peppy cheerleader. . .sweet smile. . .at- tractive. . ."I want my milk in a round bottle!" . . . everyone 's pal. . . will be Senator Kennedy's favorite private sec- retary, Dramatics 1.4: Tumbling 2,3,4g GAA 2g Glee Club l,2, 35 Band 2g Student Coun- cil 2g National Honor Society 2,3,4g Cheerleading 3,45 Majorettes 3g Social Dancing 25 Senior Play 4. WILLARD JACKSON FRENCH Uackj Birthplace: Sheffield, Mass. Residence: Sheffield, Mass. brilliant scholar. . . impish. . . always willing to argue a point. . .good natured . . . "Anybody got a pack of cards?" . . . will make a successful engineer. Audio-Visual Aids 1,2,3g Industrial Arts 2g Stamp Club 3g National Honor Society 2,3,4g Senior Play 45 Dramatics Club 43 Yearbook 4. 7 EDWARD LEE GU1D1 gem Birthplace: South Egremont, Mass. Residence: South Egremont, Mass. the "Quiet Man". . .cruising around in his hopped-up Ford. . . "Come off it". . . mis- chief-ma ker. . . jovial. . . would like to live to the ripe old age of 108. Hiking Club 1: Basketball 2: Industrial Arts 3: Soccer 2.3: Intramurals 3. CHARLOTTE MAY GRAHN fChas, E. BJ Birthplace: South Egremont, Mass. Residence: South Egremont, Mass. easy going, likable gal...oh, that gig- gle. , . "Sid". . . "Well, son of a gun!" . . . never too busy to be a friend. . .our future housewife. Glee Club 1,2,3: GAA 1.2: Homemak- ing 1: Art Club 2: Majorettes 3: Senior Play 4: Yearbook 4: Dramatics 4. IA NE ELIZABETH HERRICK Uaniej Birthplace: Pittsfield, Mass. Residence: Southfield, Mass. quiet and sweet with a touch of shyness . . . good natured. . ."What a riot!" . . . petite and lady-like.. .a WOUIC1-be worker with children. GAA lg Outing Club 1: Majorettes 2.3: Typing Club 2g Yearbook 43 Dramatics 4. MARK TAJAR HAMILTON fMarcusj Birthplace: Portland, Oregon Residence: Sheffield, Mass. clever and intelligent. . .always ready to lend a helping hand. . . "I guess so". . . sincere and dependable. . .a friend to all . . .good luck to our future social worker. Soccer 1.4: Audio-Visual Aids lg Ski Club 2: Dramatics 4g Senior Play 4: Yearbook 45 Model Making Club 3: Industrial Arts 2. BRUCE MacFARLA ND HOWDEN fBruiserj Birthplace: Great Barrington, Mass. Residence: Sheffield, Mass. flaming red hair. . .strict guardian of our class treasury. . .our favorite corn-picker . . ."Don't know, do ya !" . . .a friend to all. . .full of ideas. . .sure to be a suc- cessful commercial artist. Industrial Arts lg Basketball Manager 1. 2g Newspaper 2g Skiing Club 3: Dramat- ics 4g Senior Play 4: Class Treasurer 43 Yearbook 4. VERONICA CATHERINE HIGGINS QRonniey Birthplace: Holyoke, Mass. Residence: Sheffield, Mass. beautiful reddish hair and keen blue eyes . . .lively personality. . .practical joker . . . "Don't anybody chicken out" . . . plan- ning on a nursing career. Dramatics 1,4g Social Dancing 25 Tuma bling Club 2g Glee Club 2g GAA 2: Class Secretary 2,3,4g Majorettes 3g Senior Play 4g Yearbook 4. INGRID BIRGITTA JOESTEN Qlnky, Poodley Birthplace: New York City Residence: South Egremont, Mass. an unforgettable Annie. . .fond memories of her driving experiences. . . "Oh, I'm sorry I'm late, but. . . . .carefree but conscientious. . .fun to be with. . . aiming at an acting career in television. GAA 1:Df3I'1'13IlCS l.2.3,4g Majorettes 2. 3.4: Typing Club 2g National Honor Society 2,3,4g Cheerleading 3g Senior Play 4g Yearbook 4. ROBERT CLAUDIUS JACKSON QStonewall, Bobj Birthplace: Brooklyn, N.Y. Residence: Sheffield, Mass. spontaneous humor. . . a leader. . .ath- letically inclined. . Man, you must be crazy." . . . an easy going, likable fel- low. . .our future coach. Class Vice President lg Baseball 1.2.3, 45 Basketball 1,2,3,4g Intramurals 1.2, 3: Football 4g Tumbling 2: Dancing lg Class President 3g Industrial Arts Club 3g Dramatics 4g Golf Club 45 Senior Play 4. E E X , M vs SJ, JOSEPH FRANCIS MACCHI C1065 Birthplace: Ashley Falls, Mass. Residence: Ashley Falls, Mass. a glib talker. . .a real clown. . ."And then what did you say?". ..a gentleman play- boy. . .will be a credit to the teaching profession. Baseball 1,2,3,4g Basketball 2,3.4g Foot- ball 4: Intramurals l,2,3g Industrial Arts 2, Class Treasurer 2,35 Soccer 2,3g Stu- dent Council 4g Golf Club 4g Dramatics Club 45 Senior Play 4. HATTIE EMMA JOHNSON fl-laty Birthplace: Sheffield, Mass. Residence: Sheffield, Mass. friendly and likable. . .very quiet and modest. . ."Oh, my gosh". . .a pro in girls basketball. . .a slowly spreading smile and twinkling eyes. . .will be an office worker GAA l,2g Outdoor Club lg Art Club 2g Glee Club 4g Yearbook 4. ALICE MARIE MACHIA fAudyj Birthplace: Waterbury, Vermont Residence: Mill River, Mass. natural inclination for sports. . ."l reckon" . . . a lover of Vermont. . .congenia1. . . smooth dancer. . .dreams of becoming a WAC officer. Glee Club 3: Yearbook 4: Dramatics Club 4. SOPHIE ANN MACCHI fSofia, Sophj Birthplace: Sheffield, Mass. Residence: Sheffield, Mass. as popular as she is cute. . .full of vim and vigor. . . "Oh, get out of here" . . , sparkling persona lity. . .terrific at cheer leading. . .is sure to be a success as a secretary. GAA 1,2g Outdoor Club 1: Art Club 2g Cheerleading 3,43 Dramatics 44 Senior Play 4. JOHN MARTIN PERCY crviafwa Birthplace: Sheffield, Mass. Residence: Sheffield, Mass. the Donald Duck of the Senior class. . . friendly and warm hearted. . . "Fool around" . . .Aoh, those flashy shirts. . . al- ways a gentleman. . .intent on becoming a draftsman. Baseball Manager 1g Basketball Manager 1,2g Intramurals 1,2.3g Football 4: Audio Visual Aids 2g Soccer Manager 23 Popular Singing Club 45 Senior Play 4: Dramatics Club 4. WILLIAM EDWARD MINTZ fBill, Pepperp Birthplace: Sheffield, Mass. Residence: Sheffield, Mass. a ladies' man. . . athletically inclined. . a car enthusiast. . ."How's that grab ya? . . . a lover of leisure. . .sure to be an ef- ficient mechanic . Basketball 1,2.3g Intramurals 1.2.35 Baseball 1.2.3.4g Football 4g Soccer 2, 3: Industrial Arts Club 1,2.3g Senior Play 4: Popular Singing Club 4g Dra- matics 4. ERNST KURT PREISS fButch, Erniej Birthplace: Glen Ridge, New Jersey Residence: Sheffield, Mass. outstanding scholastic ability. . . mechan ically minded. . Got any suggestions?" . . .everyone 's friend. . . destined to be a success at engineering. Band 1.2: Dancing Club lg Soccer 35 Football 4g National Honor Society 2.3, 4g Audio Visual Aids 2. MARIE CATHERINE PETERS qneey Birthplace: Lee, Mass. Residence: Alford, Mass. infectious giggle. . . well-liked by every- one. . ."Has anybody heard any good jokes lately?" . . .full of cute expressions. . . anxious to get Ron's letter. . .children will adore her as governess. GAA 1,25 I-lomemaking Club 23 Dramat- ics Club 3.4: Yearbook 4: Newspaper Club 3g Senior Play 4g Typing Club 1. EVELYN INGRID RUTHEL CEVY7 Birthplace: Berlin, Germany Residence: Monterey, Mass. radiates health, good humor, and charm . . . a credit to the cheerleaders. . ." Guess who called me? ". . .studious and deter- mined. . .her golden locks are envied by all. . . guaranteed to be T.W. A. 's most competent airline hostess. Cheerleading 1,2.3,4: Cooking Club 1, 2: Majorettes 2,33 National Honor So- ciety 2g GAA 4g Dramatics 4: Senior Play 4. CHARLES WILLIAM PROCTOR fCharliej Birthplace: Lunenburg, Mass. Residence: North Egremont, Mass. an unusual ability at making friends. . natural-born leader. . ."I don't know" . always smiling. . .attractive to the op- posite sex. ..destined to become a suc cessful dairy farmer. Football 4: Drarnatics 4g Senior Play 4 LINDA MAE SANFORD qtrny Birthplace: New Britain, Conn. Residence: Mill River, Mass. honest and straightforward. . . pretty enough to be a model. . . loy-al. . ."Good grief! . . sees the humorous side of life. . .wants to become a model. Tumbling l,2,3g Majorettes 2.3.45 Glee Club 2. 3g Dramatics 4g Senior Play 4. ROBERT RUT SIS fTank, Bobj Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York Residence: Sheffield, Mass. champion at cracking knuckles. . . power- ful football player and aggressive ball handler. . . "Boy, I'm hungry. . .lucky possessor of a Chevy. . .always generous and willing to lend a helping hand. . . destined for a career in the business world. Basketball 1,2,3,4: Soccer 2,3g Intra- murals 1,2,3g Industrial Arts Club 1,2g Dancing 25 Glee Club 3g Football 4g Golf Club 49 Dramatics Club 4g Senior Play 4. STEPHEN HULL SMITH fStevej Birthplace: Brooklyn, N.Y. Residence: Alford, Mass., a dry sense of humor. . .another Heming- way..."Now, now, wait a munuteg just let me explain". ..enjoys coffee breaks at Friendly 's. . . memorable for his per- formance as Frank Butler. . . hopeful of becoming a pilot. Yearbook 4g Dramatic Club 45 Senior Play 4g Baseball 2,45 Basketball l,2g Audio Visual Aids 1,2g Soccer 2g Tum- bling 2: Outdoor Club 1, Vice President 2. SUSAN BIDW ELL SHAW fSuziej Birthplace: White Plains, N.Y. Residence: Monterey, Mass. sweet and shy. . . questioning nature. . . "Gee, that's great! " . . . artistic. . . could pose for toothpaste ads. . .plans to be- come a physical education teacher, Social Dancing 1,2g Glee Club 2,3,4g Tumbling Club 2g Majorettes 2, 3,4g Dramatics Club 4g GAA 4: Senior Play 4 S Y. , TERRY ELLEN TRIERWEILER fTerryj Birthplace: Gt. Barrington, Mass. Residence: Monterey, Mass. friendly and poised. . . all respect her un- swerving determination. . . "Man alive" . . . pleasing voice. . .considerate of her classmates. . . undoubtedly will fulfill her goal of becoming a medical missionary. GAA 1: Typing Club 1.2.3, Glee Club 1, 2.3.45 Band 3.4: Dramatics Club 4g Year book 4. ELIZABETH ANN SNYDER fBetty, Bet, Lizj Birthplace: North Egremont, Mass. Residence: Alford, Mass. our petite blonde. . .usually overheard talking about "Hitchie" . . . "Stop it!" . . . loves that early morning bus ride. . .soft voice. . .post-graduate plans are to work as a clerk. Social Dancing lg GAA 1,23 Industrial Arts 25 Art Club 3g Popular Singing 4: Dramatics Club 4. NANCY ELIZA BETH WARNER fNanp Birthplace: Monterey, Mass. Residence: Monterey, Mass. a skilled guitar player. . .calm and Quiet . . . 'You never can tel1." . . .avid square dancer. . .hopes to win fame as a hillbilly singer. Dance Band lg Outdoor Club 1,2g Glee Club 4. ELAINE ANNE VANDEUSEN fSunshineJ Birthplace: Gt. Barrington, Mass. Residence: North Egremont, Mass. cute and chic. . . a fondness for male companionship. . ."Oh no! ". . . loquacious . . . most often found at the wheel of her Plymouth. . . desirous of becoming a model Intramurals 2g GAA lg Social Dancing 1, 23 Glee Club 2.3.4. IUDITH ANN WYMAN Uudyj Birthplace: Great Barrington, Mass. Residence: Hartsville, Mass. a natural acrobat. . . possesses artistic ability. . . "No kidding". . . Dig brown eyes . . . a potential homemaker. Glee Club 1.2.3,4g Band 1.2g Dancing Club 1.2g Tumbling Club 2,3.4p News- paper 4. 49 FREDERICK OLIVER WILCOX Qlireddyj Birthplace: Sheffield, Mass. Residence: Egremont, Mass. cheerful personality with an engaging grin. . .Jug End Barn 's favorite kitchen helper. . ."Oh, I wouldn't say that." . . everybody's buddy. . . well-mannered. . aspires to being a draftsman. Intramurals Club 1.2.35 Basketball 2,3 Soccer 2. 35 Senior Play 4: Dramatics Club 4g Radio Club 1: Chess Club lg Dancing Club 1. Histor In September, 1955, we transplanted our roots from the small dis- trict schools to Mount Everett where we entered as freshmen. Our first and most important task was to become acquainted with our fellow classmates, then we worked hard to foster class unity. Dur- ing those hectic half-day sessions, it was not an uncommon sight to see workmen's saws, drills, nails, paint, paint brushes, and hammers occasionally we even saw the workmen. We will never forget using the Student Pub for the library because the latter was not completed. We will long remember the day Gertrude Dozier was found "guilty" in one of our civics "law trials." Veronica Higgins brought honor to our class by winning second prize in the school's American Legion orator- ical contest. flncidentally, there were only two contestants.J Under the able leadership of our class officers, Myra Rosenstein, President, Robert Jackson, Vice President, Cindy Hardy, Secretary, Janet Cagney Treasurer, and Barde Ensign, Student Council Representative, our class held its first Carnival Dance, which subsequently became an annual event with our class. Full of vim and vigor, we entered our sophomore year. Our sur- veying trips in geometry were fun, but the memory of dissecting frogs in biology still gives some of our girls shivers. Outstanding in our memory is the time when some fish were finally put into the fish tank outside Room 18. Two weeks later, unfortunately, the little souls were all dead. That year we gave Barde Ensign a birthday party, and everything worked out fine until Marie dropped the birthday cake. However, being the ingenious people that we are, we scraped off the dirt and ate the cake. Our class officers were Barde Ensign, Presidentg Stephen Smith, Vice Presidentg Veronica Higgins, Secretary, Joseph Macchi, Treasurer, and Marjorie Gingras, Student Council Representa- tive. Once again, our Carnival Dance was successful. We created quite a commotion with another dance, appropriately called the "Sophomore Panic." Our Junior year was certainly both profitable and pleasant. That was when we realized more than ever before how rapidly our high school days were passing. Now we could rightly be termed upper- classmen. We elected Robert Jackson, President, David Preston, Vice President, Veronica Higgins, Secretary, Joseph Macchi, Treasurer, and William Mintz, Student Council Representative. We will never forget a certain "French-Spanish" class - n'est pas, amigos? Each junior proudly extended his hand to everyone the day that we received our class rings. Besides our faithful Carnival Dance, we sponsored the Senior Farewell, which was a tremendous success. Finally our big year came. At last we were seniors! We made a good start by electing as our class officers, David Preston, President, Charles Proctor, Vice Presidentg Veronica Higgins, Secretaryg Bruce Howden, Treasurer, and Joseph Macchi, Student Council Representa- tive. Soon we were frantically rehearsing for the senior play. It was entitled "Annie Get Your Gun," with Ingrid Joesten as Annie Oakley and Stephen Smith as Frank Butler. What senior could forget the trips to Friendly 's after play rehearsals or the time we rehearsed at Charles' house? "Annie Get Your Gun" was a complete and "how1ing" success, which made us proud to be members of the class of '59. Charles Proctor was elected to represent Mt. Everett at Good Government Day in Boston, amid the cheers and shouts of his fellow seniors. Of course, we gave our annual Carnival Dance, and we sadly realized that was to be our last one. After winter vacation things began to happen fast and furiously. Work on the yearbook reached full speed. We'll all remem ber the senior skating party, Room 21, psychology-, practicing for graduation and classnight, and Mr. Sullivan's dismissals. As for the senior handwriting, how could we ever forget "The quiet frog jumps when vexed by lazy ducks". . .etc. As the year drew to a close, we were caught up in the prom, class night, and finally - graduation. We are stepping out into a new life, but we will never forget our friends and our dear alma mater, Mt. Everett. ANNIE GET YOUR GUN SENIOR PLAY - NOVEMBER 13 and 14, 1959 Class Celebrities MOST SINCERE Charlie Proctor and Sophie Macchi MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Terry Trierweiler and Ernst Preiss MOST SCHOLAST IC Joan Christman and Jack French I CLASS CLOWNS Joe Macchi and Veronica Higgins Class Celebrities BEST NATURED Marty Percy and Hattie Johnson MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED Evelyn Ruthel and Dave Preston MOST ATHLETIC Bob Jackson and Judy Wyman BEST ACTOR AND ACTRESS Ingrid Joesten and Bruce Howden Last Will and Testament We, the fourth graduating class of Mount Everett Regional School, do hereby de- clare this to be our last will and testament. JANET CAGNEY' leaves her beautiful big eyes to some shifty-eyed character, BONNIE CAHILL leaves her dancing ability to any kangaroo who is tired of hopping. JOAN CHRIST MAN wills her editorship of the Aurigan to Gerry Siter with his literary talent. BILL CLARK wills his tool chest to George Kinzie in hopes that George will have more success in building a United States liner than Bill had. Clrlas anyone seen a sunken ship lately?J PETER EICHSTEDT leaves his effervescent personality to Norman Swain. BILL EMPRIMO leaves a warning to underclassmen that five days of school make one nweakou JACK FRENCH leaves his brain to a savings and loan brain bank to be established at Mount Everett for needy scholars. MARGIE GINGRAS leaves her one man devotion to Bev Stevens. CHARLOTTE GRAHN leaves her throaty laugh to the "Sphinx," otherwise known as John Hall. ED GUIDI leaves his enthusiasm for hot-rods to Mary Lew Adams. MARK HAMILTON leaves his psychology book to Anne Ruthel. Don't get your neurotic hypochondriacs mixed up with your hypochondriatic neurotics, Anne. JANE HERRICK leaves her blush to anyone who wants to become a blushing bride. VERONICA HIGGINS leaves her red pony tail to any red pony without a tail. BRUCE HOWDEN leaves his corn to any cotton picking com picker. BOB JACKSON leaves his extensive French vocabulary to Francoise Ryonne, otherwise known as "Frenchy" Ryan. INGRID JOESTEN leaves her unfailing good humor to the teachers for use on the day before vacation starts. HATTIE JOHNSON leaves her placid nature to Khrushchev. JOE MACCHI leaves his ability 'to get out of any uncomfortable situation to anyone who is situated uncomfortably. SOPHIE MACCHI leaves her angelic appearance to Gill Pickett and Gerry Rhines. Re- member the conference room, kids? ALICE MACHIA leaves her stupendous shorthand ability to Joy Ann Ovitt, who is just as competent. BILL MINTZ leaves a guarantee to sign the excuse of anyone who wishes to play hookey with these words. . ."A little learning is a dangerous thing." MARTY PERCY leaves his curly blonde hair to Bob Snyder. Remember, Bob, gentle- women prefer blondes. MARIE PETERS leaves her chemical solutions to Malcolm Miller. Now easy, Mal, don't blow your top. ERNIE PREISS bequeaths his ability to change tires to any pretty girl, preferably Gina Lollobridgida , DAVE PRESTON leaves his flashing Mercury to Wally Hitchcock so Wally will have a car for transportation instead of having to provide transportation for his car. CHARLIE PROCTOR leaves his political prowess to the Republicans who really needed it in the last state elections. EVELYN RUTHEL leaves her lovely complexion to the Ivory Soap Corporation in hopes that they will return her favor with 5150 per month compensation to her. BOB RUTSIS leaves a new "Tank" to any Cuban who wants to start another revolution. Good luck, Fidel. LINDA SANFORD leaves her superb posture to the 'Hunchback of Notre Dame." SUE SHAW leaves her "why" to someone who knows all the answers. STEVE SMITH leaves to the M-G-M lion plans for a movie entitled 'How to Get by on Practically Nothing." BETTY SNYDER leaves a year's supply of dubble bubble chewing gum to Mrs. Rhoades with a booklet on "How to Chew in One Easy Lesson." TERRY TRIEWEILER leaves her bass drum to Jane Gage with Billie Gilchrist to help Janie carry it. ELAINE VAN DEUSEN leaves her ability for continual chatter to every student who plans to use the library next year. NANCY WARNER leaves her love for the outdoors to the students at Mount Everett who are on the inside looking out. FRED WILLCOX leaves his cheerful grin to anyone who may need it on D-Day, otherwise known as report card day. JUDY WYMAN leaves her bareback riding ability to Mr. Finn in order to provide trans- portation for his summer trip to California. Class Prophecy O11 this Saturday evening of June 21, 1975, the usually quiet and placid town of Sheffield. Massachusetts, is in the midst of bustling preparations for a festive occasion. The bulk of the activity is centered around the Sheffield Inn, which is owned and operated by Margie Gingras. Here Mt. Everett's distin- guished Class of '59 will gather for a joyous reunion - the first since graduation. On hand to greet the arriving guests are Miss Gingras and W. Jackson French, the Superintendent of Schools. MISS GINGRAS: Well, Jack, I most certainly am glad that you have returned from your lecture tour in which you evaluated contemporary American educa- tion. You are just in time to assume your duties as official host. MR. FRENCH: No obstacle could be permitted to stand in the way of my pres- ence at this very merry celebration. MISS GINGRAS: I do hope that Bonnie Cahill's plane from Africa does not en- counter any delays. You know she has been hunting big game in the Belgian Congo. Too bad Terry Trieweiler can not accompany her. Yesterday I re- ceived a letter from Terry saying she was most dejected at not being able to get a leave of absence from her missionary duties in Ghana. However, she has been fortunate to see several Mount Everett alumni recently. She tells me that only a week ago she had breakfast with Bill Mintz, a colonel, who is on a secret mission for the Air Force, Linda Sanford, who is selling insurance to the natives, Bob Rutsis, the diamond merchant, and Bonnie, who was elated at having shot a wild boar. MR, FRENCH: Speaking of Bob Rutsis, did you know that he has become quite a philanthropist? He provides the primary financial support for the Happy Home of the Homeless, an orphanage directed by Jane Herrick. By the way, is your chef equal to such a momentous event as this reunion? MISS GINGRAS: Of course! My chef is none other than Bill Clark. People come hundreds of miles to taste the cuisine. lt is also arranged that Bill Em- primo, Chairman of the Southern Berkshire Regional School Board, will make a welcoming speech. Hattie Johnson, owner of the Sheffield Sugar Bowl, where the teenagers meet after school hours, and the former Charlotte Grahn, who last year was the proud recipient of the title "Mrs. America," will serve on the reception committee. Peter Eichstedt, an accountant at the National Mahaiwe Bank, will take personal charge of the financial arrangements. Now, have I forgotten anything? On the program is scheduled a guided tour of Charlie Proctor's model farm. Did you read in the Berkshire Courier about his receiving an award as New England's outstanding dairy farmer? MR, FRENCH: Obviously you are a most competent innkeeper. Our class owes you a vote of thanks for your untiring efforts at making this reunion a success. It's almost time for the arrival of my two old friends, Mark Hamilton and Bruce Howden. I'm very anxious to see them, You realize, of course, that Bruce has won world renown as a painter who compares favorably with Picasso. Mark is well satisfied with his position as President of Harvard University. They are driving up in a Jaguar purchased by Bruce from Betty Snyder, a saleswoman for the Preiss and Preston Foreign Car Company. Ernie and Dave have the biggest sales record of any New England agency. MISS GINGRAS: Excuse me for a moment, please, I must answer the phone. . . That was Sue Shaw, Fred Willcox's law partner, who wanted to make reserva- tions for dinner. They are bringing with them Marty Percy, Ambassador to the Soviet Union, and Sophie Macchi, his secretary. Oh, here comes our first guest, Ingrid Joesten, who is currently starring in her own Broadway production. Welcome! MISS JOESTEN: Hello, hello, hello! It is so good to be back once again in dear Sheffield, the home of my youth. Silence! Let me sink into reverie. . , Ah, I never realized until now how homesick I have been. Now, good people, tell me of the wanderings and exploits of my ex-classmates. MR, FRENCH: Undoubtedly you have seen the tremendous publicity concerning our newly elected U.S. Senator, Veronica Higgins. Taking time from his disc jockey duties, Joe Macchi handled her campaign, Now Veronica and Joe, ably assisted by his secretary, Alice Machia, are vigorously working to have Joan Christman elected as the first woman president of the U.S. MISS GINGRAS: I am so thrilled! It's a great honor to have such a famous actress here in my inn. MISS JOESTEN: But I am not the only actress from our class. Surely you know that Nancy Warner and Judy Wyman have their own television program on which they dance, sing, and act in New York City. Steve Smith writes scintillating script for them, and Marie Peters is their press agent. Bob Jackson, a player for the Boston Red Sox, Boston Bruins, and Boston Celtics, recently appeared as a guest star on the program. Biggest fan of the show is Ed Guidi, who takes time from his arduous duties as a minister, to view it. MISS GINGRA S: Your reference to television reminds me that Elaine Van Deusen, commentator on the M. Solomon Fashion Parade, hopes to obtain on camera your views on women's fashions. There you can renew acquaintances with Evelyn Ruthel and Janet Cagney, who are top models on the show. I hear voices. Wonderful! Here come the rest of the '59-ers. Class Nzght f 9 Z .. g' ' fi? fi g , T I S' 6? 1 2 ig x A k A 2 f Q 4' 4 'W' 'if' Q A , , W .-L , ' , A ' f '-1:1 ,f I yi, K,-f ,Z , f ' f W 85, G Yf Wi' FC f :P .1 ' , Z ' '13 , QQ fn , "1 . X 'Hg' : k Y 1 I , ' S ..,. W Wk , Vx ,4 ,. H b W N X s f 1 e X I , pf' 'Y f , ' ' 4 x af' , , , I ,D Q Y 'a M, ' , 1 ,f a -:fx ,.,f'2sgw2g, f - , F 5' xif 5, ,, , Graduation Class of 959 3 ,p.,, 4 ' W ' E751 3 W, 'A fi. I x .lr 6 ,Q 4' 3 , p 5 1' S ,fy ' x 1 ' x 'rw gk JY K Q" 1' A' ' V I is . va 91 S S Jawa Q Ii f 3 if S M' 'KS Mwf'fQn...nn,a CHARLES E, BYBEE Principal Tarkio College, A .B. University of Maine, M.E. WILLARD A . DOWNIE Superintendent University of Washington, B.A B.S. Teachers College, Columbia University, M.A. IAYNE ARMSTRONG FERNA ND BA RRETTE Commercial Music University of Connecticut, University of Montreal, B.A B.S. HELEN BURCHELL Core Cornell, B.A . Columbia, M.A . RAYMOND CHA MBERLAND GEORGE CI-IISHOLM ROBERT COTE Science and Coaching Art-Guidance French - Spanish Notre Dame, A.B. Bowdoin College, A.B. St. Anselm's College. Harvard, M.A. ROBERT DUNHAM JANE FINN RICHARD FINN Mathematics Girls' Physical Education English University of Maine, B.S.E. Boston University Boston University, B.S.E. JAMES HERLIHY Core- A merican International, B.A.. M.A. ALEXANDER HEWSON BERT LARK Core A gricultu re American International, University of Rhode Island, B.A. B.S. University of Illinois, M.S PHYLLIS LARKIN RICHARD MAGHERY GEORGE MAY Homemaking Physical Education Art Simmons, B.S. Boston University, B.S. , Massachusetts School of Ed.M. Art. B.S. North Adams, M.E. 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Staff members of the Aurigan '59 have devoted many long hours to its preparation. Girls in Mrs. Larkin's Knitting and Sewing Club are given the opportunity to make clothing articles. One particular skill which is learned by members in the Oil Painting Club is the proper mixing of colors Appreciated by the student body for their zest and school spirit, the cheerleaders have often spurred the teams on to greater efforts. Down the gym floor strut the Majorettes in practice for the annual Memorial Day parade. We find the Glee Club preparing for another one of their fine performances. The Mount Everett Band swings into action under the direction of Professor Barrette. The Girls' Industrial Arts Club disprove the masculine theory that girls have no mechanical ability. These members of the Radio Club make a weekly broadcast over WSBS . One of the most popular activities among junior high boys is the Model- making Club. f ,, The newly formed G.A.A. this year has done much to promote friendship among neighboring schools. Members of the "Mount Everett News" line up and await their news assign- ments frorn Mrs. Rhoades. Concentration marks the faces of members of the Chess Club. Junior chefs in the 7th grade Boys' Cooking Club whip up a tasty concoction. The Popular Singing Club, under the direction of Mr. Torrey, have sung their way into the hearts of Mount Everett students. Mr. Wojnar and an assist- ant prepare for the weekly meeting of the Senior High Science Club. Members of the Dramatics Club rehearse for one of their numerous and always memorable productions. Versatile are these members of the Handicrafts Club, who learn to use all forms of art media. Indispensable to Mount Everett classes are the members of the Audio- Visual Aids Club. Here they are checking equip- ment. Members in the Future Farmers of America con- duct agricultural experi- ments and complete projects with Mr. Lark's assistance. Mrs. Willcox demonstrates to the Library Club the correct procedure for the signing out of books. This scene would never happen. The Sth Grade Boys' Cooking Club gets only the best results in their culinary efforts. As Mr. Wojnar demonstrates laboratory techniques, mem- bers of the Junior High School Science Club intently observe. Mr. Shiminski inspects the handiwork of the Boys' In- dustrial Arts Club. Interest is clearly stamped on the faces of the members of Mr. Norton's Stamp Club. I' , f f M , f NNI!! a f Vg: .z v- I N .5 ., f,'-' zl Qs: z- ww ' ' f Q If Q., ,131 . A Z , ,..:. X -G V "q"'3P'Wfmw-q' Q 4 ---- . , V, , Q ,,, , .. f - , , M ,I ,.. fr ,vb 7 , f f K J" . ' 2 Wifi , . as 1669 if Q fsa rf . xx 1 J , x X vw. 1-x , Q f X 7, X X Wh K , I X , , n 8 V' ,1- Q Kid U, RYE f Q ll ax f ,,x. NN fix W fi 7 .xv -pl, ,46- 5 WM N A-S. 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Blodgett, J. Macchi, P. Ranolde, W. Hitchcock, R. Jackson, S. Bennett, F. Fehn, C. Proctor, W Mintz, R, Chamberland, Coach. Soccer Team J. Wells, R. Little, J. Cruikshank, P. Smith. F. Willcox, D. Choquette, L. Keith, G. Rhines, R. Penziner, A. Delmolino, W. Gilchrist, K. Miller, M. Hamilton, J. Harper, B. MacDonald, G. Piontek, F. Ryan, C. Ogden, R. Dow, M. Oates, G. Corset, Coach Shiminski. Basketball Team R Rutsrs W. Gilchrist, R, Jackson, F. Fehn. I. Macchi, Coach Maghery D Choquette G Gillrgan, R. Consolini, D. Blodgett, D. Wells, R.. Barnes, P. 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One Stop Banking CHESTER H. MORTON JEWELER 317 Main Street Great Barrington, Mass. Telephone 69M THE BERKSHIRE COURIER Southern Berkshires' Home Newspaper Since 1834 Commercial Printing of Distinction Telephone 115 Great Barrington, Mass m I m l m m BROVERMAN'S MARKET Meats and Groce rie s "From a Shoe Lace to a T-Bone" State Road Phone 7 5 7 Great Barrington, Mas s . Best Wishes From WSBS 860 on Your Dial Teenage Hop, Monday Thru Friday, 4:00 P. M. The Berkshires ONLY Clear Channel Station m m mm ..- -. Compliments of TELEVISION COMPANY I Zenith Sales and LITTLE GREY SHOP Services Route 7 South Main St. Sheffield, Mass. Sheffield, Mass. Phone: MRS. DAVID ELDER Sheffield 9-8483 GILLIGAN BROTHERS CONTRACTORS Lumber and Building I Sheffield, Massachusetts Your School Savings Bank GREAT BARRINGTON SAVINGS BANK Great Barrington, Massachusetts All Deposits Insured in Full ARTHUR H. HEBERT 81 SON Great Barrington 94-W Monterey, Massachusetts Compliments of A FRIEND Good Luck to the Class of '59 J. H. MALONEY, INC "Quality Furniture Since 1896" 291 Main Street Une Stop Shopping Center Great Barrington, Mass. R. H. CONGDON, Manager 1 m w m m mmm YURKEE'S DRUG STORE 282 Main Street Great Barrington, Massachusetts ELMER SMITH JR. Reg. Pharmacist JOHN D. TRACEY MASTER ELECTRICIAN Electric Home Appliances Automatic Heating 283 Main Street Great Barrington, Mass. Telephone 117 -W '-'I J H 1 1 1 I I I R. W. TRYON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Bulldozing, Sand Trucking Gravel Crane Rental Tile Wells Monte rey, Mas s . CARL CHAMPIGNY Tel. lO86W-5 Quality and Service The Best in Dry Cleaning RIEDS CLEANERS 8. DYERS Z l8 Main Street Great Barrington, Mass. EGREMoNT sToRE Compliments Choice Meats of Fruits and Vegetables AVA'-ON Paint - Hardware - Drugs SCHQQL Phone 288 South Egrernont, Mass. Monte rey, Mas s . C OMPLIMENTS GF SHEFFIELD PLASTICS INC CHARLES E GRAHN Also Sand Gravel Topsoll Furrushed and Delwered Telephone 561M South Egremont Mass LLOYD H HEIGHT INC 'Great Ba rrlngton Le admg Men ' s and Boys' Store' . ' 7 CARPENTER 8: BUILDER ' ' 's 9 3 . MERCER CONSTRUCTION CQMPANY EXCAVATING CONTRACTCRS Excavating, Trucking Sand, Gravel, Loam, Fill Bulldozer - Shovel - Dragline Backhoe, Crane Land Clearing and Blasting Contract or Hourly Rates Free Estimates Monument Mountain Road Telephone Stockbridge 94 1 -1 Compliments of BLUE HILL FARM Monte rey, Mas s achusetts GARFIELD FARM Esc:-s Monte rey, Mas sachusetts 'I I The first fire regulation in the United States was enacted in Boston, Whe re in 1630, Wooden chimneys and thatch-roof houses were forbidden. For Modern Insurance Protection, See CARLTON W. FRENCH Sheffield, Massachusetts H KELGOE, INC. HARDWARE I I 289 Main Street Great Barrington, Massachusetts Telephone Z0 THE CANAAN NATIONAL BANK Compliments of BERKSHIRE HILLS NURSING AND CONVALESCENT HOME, INC. I Monterey, Massachusetts I HELEN'S BEAUTY SHOP HELEN TAWC ZYNKSI- TAFT Prop. Division Street Great Barrington, Mass. Tel. Great Barrington 1448 T I I KAUTTUS' PHARMACY CARL E. KAUTTU Reg. Pharm. Pre scription Specialist Main Street Canaan, Connecticut Tel. TAylor 4-5696 Compliments of THE HAMILTON SCHOOL, INC. I and ELEANOR HAMILTON I Ph. D. MARRIAGE C OUNSELOR 1 I 1 Compliments BREWER BROS., INC. f I O Your Local Dealer for I SEARS 8. ROEBUCK DeSoto and Plymouth Cars Reo Trucks Great Barrington, Massachusetts Canaan, Connecticut ,f X X R Xl i A x j J' 1 ' Xl , , . -- Xp 'sl ,A I al r . X Y ,, fN l i f N S HM tw 1 ww, Vw V -f 4, -'J .T N ,, i.. N . .J A 'X "' Viv I ' A Wh.,-K ur' ' 4 M, . f ..-,,1f7,1i,-33-it , .4 .it R I W ,N if R' R i ' 1 , E . will 1-ffl ' iv Wit' h ff f- X K + ' E E S .g5'f!'?. 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Meals and Rooms MT. EVERETT INN Sheffield Road S. Egremont, Mass. Cate ring to Weddings Annive rsarie s Parties Tel. Gt. Barrington 891 VIRGIL CROCKETT, Prop. Best of Everything to the Class of '59 MILL RIVER STORE LEE BARNES and JAMES WARE "We Sell to Please" JOSEPH P. TYRRELL Coal and Heating Oils Phone Sheffield 9-8780 Burtch Street Sheffield, Massachusetts COMBES LUMBER CO Lumber and Building Materials Hardware and Paints Sheffield, Mass. Sheffield 9- 8777 HARPER'S PHARMACY Great Barrington, Mass. Phone Z Ol M. E. LOCKWOOD JEWELER Great Barrington, Mas s . ANN LOUISE SHOP A Complete Store for Women and Children 304 Main Street Great Barrington, Mass Telephone 12 1 I 1 w - 1 l GREENFIELD'S GIFT 8. TOY SHOP Store of a Thousand Gifts Great Barrington, Mas s . RAY DE LMOLINO EGREMONT SERVICE STATION TOWING SERVICE 50 MACY S GARAGE INC Chevrolet Sales and Se rvlce Estabhshed 1921 Phone 9 8727 Maln Street Sheffleld, Mas sachusetts xr:-X GIVE 59'-mf ,CWUTZ M., U J South Egremont Mass New England Style Food Cockta1l Lounge Banquets Wedd1ngs Receptlons Under New Management Open All Year South Egremont Massachusetts C A LINDELL 8.SON INC Manufacturers of Doors, Sash, and Trlm Fuel O11 5 , 0 X V lig H, . Typical 0 . 'll ' 9 ry! ' N V4 THE SPURR'S HILLANDALE DAIRY Homemade Ice Cream All Flavors Quality Dairy Products Candies, Soda, Cigars Route 7 Magazines, Newspapers I Sheffield Road Tel. 88M Main Street Great Barrington, Mass. South Egremont Phone 43 LET US HELP X a 4 Z 492 'Z ,,:e.,ff's -e efgvgl Zan 77Zaaeq COMPLIMENTS OF ANAAN ' C . Canaan, Conn. OUR CONGRATULATIONS DON 81 JOE I il 1 l I I G og' F N., MOUNT EVERETT , E N 9 'IP I Q A A70 Y gaming 'bf 1. nk Q, 31:-ie . g 3 13 5' 2 J- 'J MASS. 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