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

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XV e, the class of 1962, chose the Auriga as the theme of our yearbook to stand for the live aims of our school life: scholarship, sportsmanship, service, leader- ship, and character. For four years, we have worked toward these five goals: scholarship through our studies, sportsmanship through athletics, service through our classes, leader- ship through activities, and character through living with one another. But our school life was not all work, we enjoyed . . . 2 DEDICATIO WILLIAM E. MIELKE Guidance Director Harvard, B. A. Boston University, Ed. M. The Class of 1962 is proud to dedicate this book to William E. Mielke, our Guidance Director. He has guided every senior in some Way. He has helped us in student-teacher relationship problems and, most of all, in plan- ning our future. We appreciate the time he has given to us. His office is always open whether we want to discuss an important problem or just drop in to say "Hello!" Mr. Meilke has been both friend and adviser to us. He has guided us in our five aims: Scholarship, Leadership, Character, Service and Sportsmanship. The Senior Class of 1962 is greatly indebted to him for all he has done. 3 -, 9' 10 Congratulations to you upon successful completion of high school. Your education has been possible through the joint efforts of your parents, other community citizens, and the school staff, as well as through your own diligent endeavors. The attitudes, knowl- edges, habits, etc., acquired through twelve years of school instruction should provide a firm foundation to enable a continued full and useful life. In order to pursue a truly useful life in the rapidly changing world of today, one must continually strive for new knowledge and understanding. As you ap- proach the freedoms and responsibilities of mature adulthood, I hope that you will not merely inquire, "What can I get from the world?" but that you will also ask, "What can I contribute?" Sincerely, George H. Daniel Superintendent Lead ersh Dear Seniors, To each of you go my most sincere con- gratulations. You are about to assume a more important place in society and the important responsibilities that go with it. One of these is the responsibility to put to good use the knowledge gained in your formal education. The future of your communities and country will be determined by how this knowledge is used. Good luck and best wishes always. Sincerely, Albert J. Trocchi Dear Graduates: Today, the world seems so fraught with difhculties that many people despair. We sometimes forget the wonderful opportunities that exist. It is in the realm of man's relation to man that the most serious prob- lems lie, and the most challenging opportunities may be found. To recognize our problems and opportun- ities and take effective action is heroism in this, an age of rapid change. ' You, the youth of our land, have great opportun- ities to improve the relationships of men, but you must have strength: mentally, physically and morally. Mount Everett, your families, and the community have helped in developing these strengths. The respon- sibility for continued development of them now rests with you as individuals. You will need to continue to study, both individually and in class situations, and to maintain your physical vigor. Most important, you will need to act to improve man's relation to man. May you serve yourselves and your fellow men well. Knowing you gives one cause for optimism for the future. Sincerely, C. J. Newlon Principal f ..T' K ,-0' GUIDANCE: Left to right - Lillian Preiss, Radcliffe Col- Harvard, B.A., Boston University, Ed.M., Columbia Univer- legeg john -I. Shea, American International College, A.B., sityg Virginia Lea Stowe, The Kings College, B.A., Boston University of Massachusetts, Ed.M., John R. Smith, Univer- University School of Social Work, M.S. sity of Massachusetts, B.A.g William E. Mielke, Director, ' PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Lynn Rice, Southern Connecticut State College, BA., Richard Maghery, Boston University, B.S., Ed. M. 'lgil 1j,y I Q5 T .f-255355 L L .ifgi 'xi rs 1lfl"l- vf I 1 we L-kim Y' BUSINESS DEPARTMENT: Left to right - Bea trice A. Thomas, University of Connecticut, B.S. M.A.g William J. Fennell, Suffolk University B.S., Boston University, M.Ed. S-1? h il Q Tvs.: I J' Y 'N-3"'T'h 'A ,...n""' ENGLISH 8: SOCIAL STUDIES: Left to right - Annette Chouinard, North Adams State Teachers College, B.S.g john P. Cicchetti, North Adams State College, B.S..g James Herlihy, American International College, B.A.,'M.A. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT: Left to right - Barbara B Rhoades, University of Massachusetts, B.S.g Richard P. Finn Boston University, B.S.E. 4 . Q- -, . fir . If ' A 4' 7 V , 1' I --,... . ksv"' ' Q. 4 , f..- ,. ., .za-'C , X55-'N 5 ...--"" --f"",q I 7 I-IISTORIES: Left to right - Thomas K Norton, Calvin Coolidge, A.B., C.A.G.S. Boston College, M.Ed.g Bruce A. Dewire Newton junior College, A.A., Boston Uni- versity, B.S. one .S , ' YY 4 if ,-lx LIBRARY: Cynthia. Yiwiiicox. Ripon College, B.A. FRENCH: Marv Heather. Manhattanville College, B.A., Fordham 'L'niversitjf. M.A. ML'SICz Arthur H. Ellis. Boston Lnnemts BNIus Ed fX '15 ? MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT: Lett to rizht Robert I. Dun ham. University' of Maine. B.S. Ei. William T Rice Lnnemtx or North Carolina, A.B. 'IKE'- i 8 X I ART DEPARTMENT: George T. May, Massachusetts College of Art, B.S.E., M.E. SCIENCE DEPARTMENT: Bert W. Lark, University of Rhode Is- land, B.S., University of Illinois, M.S.g Robert Shaughnessy, Fitchburg State College, B.S., University of Massachusettsg Raymond Chambeland, University of Notre Dame, A.B. feat vi. ,J 5 9 5 if E7 f- - ii ki HOMEMAKING: Phyllis L. Larkin, Simmons B.S. INDUSTRIAL ARTS: James Shiminski, Fitch- burg State College, B.S.E. 14 LUNCHROOM STAFF: Anne Bachetti, Elizabeth Adams, Shirley Bachetti, Lily Boardman and Marjorie Hines. THEY CONTRIBUTE TOO . if OFFICE STAFF: Yvonne Stevens and Polly Hall BUS DRIVERS: Left to right - Emilio Pezzee, David Ebbott, James Ormsbee, Raymond Buxton, Lela Marion, Maurice Brazie, Ruby Bennett, Dennis Ball, Marjorie Bradley, Harold Finn, Edward Bradley. and EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Alice Schultz, AS- SISTANT EDITORS: Pat Cowen and Claude Lancome. BUSINESS MANAGER: Sally Cosgriff, AS- SISTANTS: Judy Newton and Barbara Beneat. YEARBOOK CLUB Alice says everyone in favor say "aye", Claude ob- jects. Pat Gingras wants the proposition to be explained again for her notes. Judy Henderson has another sug- gestion. Mr. Shea urges us to stick to Parliamentary Procedure. Dave, Ellen Wood, and Evelyn are sitting in a tri- angle looking at the pictures of the class play. Every once in a while a laugh is heard. Sally is passing out envelopes to be addressed. Rita and Rosalie are working on the prom page. Barbara and Ellen Willcox are in a corner studying for a test, Claude and Pat Cowen are at the board figuring out some mathematical problem about the dummy paper - this is our yearbook club. YEARBOOK CLUB: Left to right - Grace Huften, Judy Henderson, Karen Stiles, Ellen Wood, Pat Gingras, Helen Huften, Claude Lancome, Alice Schultz, Mr. Shea, Advisor, Pat Cowen, Phil Smith, Norman Swain, Barbara Estus, Dave West, Tom Hitchcock, Sally Cosgriff, Susan Cahill, Barbara Fi ll 1 0 'lx -- ,A FEATURE EDITOR: Rita Stubbs, SPORTS EDITOR: Philip Smith, ART EDITOR: Rosalee Bachetti. 1 5 Beneat, Judy Newton, Beverly Muir, Rita Stubbs, Rosalee Bachetti, Evelyn Jackson, Lorraine Snyder, Vicky Emmons, Ellen Willcox, Ellen Packard, Judy Lossow, and Joyce Stevens. PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR: David West, SECRETARY: Pat Gingras. Harvard class of 1972 Liberty, equality, fraternity!" BEANS!! Alright Ken, what's in the locker? 12 Four score and seven years ago . . . ix, If I've told you once, I've told you a million times not to cram for college boards!! '5U5!""Y4AA I ,Q Q 1 ,,. ...I Q, . NY -'if' ! 5 2 1 'Sl i . il an Y i I , . , 'Nl A I ,' ,ti . .K A ' vi Q u , 4 i' FQ 11 ' +G f Q X X - - --' 5 V V, f A Hey Kids! You can cut the book act, she's gone!! 15 INIOLLY MARGARET ADALIS fINIol,MuffJ "lI"bere'i' Dick?" BIRTHDATE: july 10, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Canaan, Conn. AMBITION: To become a secretary ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 39 Majorettes 1, 3. 4, Popular Singing Club 1, Senior Play 1, 4, Outdoor Club 2, Ring Committee 31 Prom Committee 3, Industrial Arts Club 1. MARTHA ANN BAILEY CMardij "Not me!" BIRTHDATE: December 20, 1944 PLACE OE BIRTH: Canaan, Conn. A M B IT I O N: Commercial Artist ACTIVITIES: Popular Sing- ing Club 1, Outdoo' Club 2, Ring Committee 35 Glee Club 1, 3. 4, Majorettes 2, G.A.A. 1. 2: Archery 23 Li- brary Club lg Senior Play 2, 4. JOHN WESLEY BABCOCK CBig johnj "Are you complaining?" BIRTHDATE: December 17, 1943 PLACE OE BIRTH: Water- bury, Conn. AMBITION: To make money ACTIVITIES: Chess Club, Glee Club 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Audio Visual Aids 2, Hall Monitor 4. ROSALEE ANN BACHETTI CRookie, Rookj "What time is it?" BIRTHDATE: April 9, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Canaan, Conn. AMBITION: To go to Art School ACTIVITIES: Senior Play 3, 4, Dramatics Club 1, 2, 43 Majorettes 1, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper 2, 33 Tumbling Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, Glee Club 3, 4g Prom Committee 35 Yearbook 4. I BRUCE JOSEPH ANToN1Azz1 fBruiserD "Olaf Sbuckff' BIRTHDATE: November 22, 1943 PLACE OF BIRTH: Great Barrington, Mass. AMBITION: To go into the service. ACTIVITIES: Football 4, Weight Lifting 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Audio Visual Aids 2g Volleyball 3, Arch- ery Club Zg Science Club 2. MOST POPULAR Judy Newton and Ken Miller BARBARA ELAINE BENEAT CBarbJ "Oh! No." BIRTHDATE: May 22, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Sheffield, Mass. AMBITION: To get a college education ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Majorette 1, 2, Majorette's Club 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 4, Dramatics 4, Newspaper Club 4, Senior Play 4, Homemak- ing Club 1: Yearbook 4. STERLING NORMAN BENNETT CBOO, Sterlj Good call. BIRTHDATE: June 6, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: New London, Conn. AMBITION: Engineer ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Soccer 3, 4g Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, 45 Audio Visual Aids 1, 2, Science Club 1, Nature Club 1, 2: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4: Class President 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Star Basketball 3, Wrestling Club 2, Popular Singing Club 1, Boy's Singing Group 4: All-State District 4. MOST VERSATILE Evelyn Jackson and Dave West RODNEY HAROLD CHRISTMAN CRodD "No fooling." BIRTHDATE: November 20, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Great Barrington, Mass. AMBITION: To be an auto mechanic ACTIVITIES: Football 3, 4: Intramurals 4, Tumbling 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 43 Audio Visual Aids 1, 2: Model Making 1, Photography 2. SUSAN MARILYN CAHILL CSueD "Wfell, naturally." BIRTHDATE: july 24, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Sheffield, Mass. AMBITION: Nursing Career ACTIVITIES: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Newspaper 1, 3: Year- book 4g Ring Committee 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 33 Senior Play 4. CARRIE BONN CARPENTER fCareD "How about that!" BIRTHPLACE: May 30, 1943 PLACE OF BIRTH: Hartford, Conn. AMBITION: Secretary ACTIVITIES: Home Econo- mics Club 33 Glee Club 4. 'fs EDWARD MARKHAM BRADLEY flvlarkl "Holy rllarlaeref' BIRTHDATE: October 2-1, 1943 PLACE OF BIRTH: Great Barrington, Mass. AMBITION: To be a painter ACTIVITIES: Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Audio Visual Aids lg Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Soccer Z, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, "Wig, RAYMOND JOSEPH CHOQUETTE fRay, Choke-ith "lWl9ere're we going tonite?" BIRTHDATE: April 2, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Great Barrington, Mass. AMBITION: Going into the service, later construction work ACTIVITIES: Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Weight Lifting Club 3, 4: Audio Visual Aids I, 23 Boys Cooking Club I, 2: Industrial Arts Club 2: Baseball 2, 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3, 45 Basketball I, 2, 3. RICHARD ORVILLE COON CCoonie, Dickj "Good one." BIRTHDATE: january 6, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Canaan, Conn. AMBITION: Undecided ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4, CCO-Captain 3, 4,5 Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, 4. FRANCIS MALCOLM DECKER, JR. CDeckJ "It warn? earyf' BIRTHDATE: March 7, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Brown- wood, Texas AMBITION: To go to college ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4, Tumbling 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Boy's Singing Group 4, Basketball 2, 3, Golf 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, Ring Com- mittee 3, Prom Committee 3. SALLY HONORE COSGRIFF CSalJ "lWell.' lrn't fha! mee!" BIRTHDATE: July 20, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Sheffield, Mass. AMBITION: To become a nurse ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Home Making Club 1, Majorettes Club 1, 2, Newspaper Club 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Pep Squad 4, Dramatics Club 4, Senior Play 4, Yearbook 4. PATRICIA ANN COWEN CPat, Patsyj "Did I reallyf' BIRTHDATE: September 7, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Sheflielcl, Mass. AMBITION: Become a tea- cher ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Dra- matics Club 1, 2, Glee Club 3, 4, Majorette 3, 4, Class Vice-President 3, Yearbook 4, Tumbling 3, Prom Com- mittee 3, Ring Committee 3, Pep Squad 2, Majorette Club 1, Science Club 1. GREGORY DUNCAN CORSER CAceD "Goin' full bead" BIRTHDATE: May 30, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Great Barrington, Mass. AMBITION: Air Force ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1, Vol- leyball 1, Archery 2, Weight Lifting 2, Science Club 1, Radio Club 1, Dramatics Club 2. MOST ATTRACTIVE Lois Kramer and Ken Miller RICHARD ARNOLD DOW CDickJ "Wbere'.r Mol?" BIRTHPLACE: October 7, 1941 PLACE OF BIRTH: New Marlboro, Mass. AMBITION: Mechanical work ACTIVITIES: Agriculture Club 1, Intramurals 1, Wrestling 2, 3, Weight Lifting 2, Tumbling 3, Football 3, Ring Commit- tee 3, Senior Play 1, 2, 4. THOMAS EDWARD DOZIER CTornJ H3.,15,1n BIRTHDATE: November 26, 1941 PLACE OF BIRTH: Piper, Ala. AMBITION: To join the Air Force ACTIVITIES: Audio Visual Aids 1, 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3: Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Copiking Club 1: Glee Club 3, . DONE MOST FOR CLASS i lv' f Rosalee Bachetti and Sterling Bennett DAVID RICHARD GILMORE CDaveD "No Foolingf' BIRTHDATE: April 14, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Lee, Mass. AMBITION: Undecided ACTIVITIES: Audio Visual Aids 1, 2, 3: Intramurals 1, 2, 3: Football 2, 3, 4. 17 VICTORIA ANN EMMONS CVickyD "No really" BIRTHDATE: May 28, 1943 PLACE OF BIRTH: Canaan, Conn. AMBITION: To be a house- wife ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Play: Prom Committee 3. BARBARA LOUISE ESTUS CBarbD "Oh, No!" BIRTHDATE: June 29, 1942 PLACE OF BIRTH: Burling- ton, Vt. AMBITION: Nursing ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Play 4: Yearbook 4: Prom Committee 3. il in FRANCIS REED EICHSTEDT fFred, I-Iappyj "I didn? my a thing." BIRTHDATE: March 9, 1942 PLACE OF BIRTH: Shefheld, Mass. AMBITION: Operator of machinery ACTIVITIES: Tumbling 1, 2, 3, 4: Weight Lifting 3, 4: Intramurals I, 3: Archery 2: Glee Club 3, 4: Audio Vis- ual Aids 1, 2: Senior Play 4: All-State District Chorus 4: Hall Monitor 4, 1 Q PATRICIA MARIE GINGRAS CPatD "I got a le1zer,"' BIRTHDATE: May 23. 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Great Barrington, Mass. AMBITION: To be a beauti- cian ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Class Treasurer I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Play 2, 4: Yearbook 4: Prom Committee 3. LAURIE GEORGE HAKULIN 6Hack7 "You gona be kiddin' " BIRTHDATE: September 20, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Spring- field, Vt. AMBITION: To join the Air Force ACTIVITIES: Outdoor Club lg Model Making Club 13 13 Intramurals 13 Weight Lifting 2. 7 1 ANITA GLORIA HITCHCOCK fNitaJ "Think I u'0n'l?" BIRTHDATE: May 23, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Great Barrington, Mass. AMBITION: To become a secretary ACTIVITIES: Class Secretary 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1,2, 3, 43 Outdoor Club 23 G.A.A. 1. 23 Senior Play 2, 43 Prom Committee 33 Ring Committee 33 Pep Squad 33 Library Club I, 23 Lunch- room Cashier 3, 43 Major- ettes Club 1, 2. C JOEL CLIFTON HARPER BIRTHDATE: April 1, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Musko- gee, Okla. AMBITION: To be made a professor ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Yearbook 43 Oil Painting lg Intra- murals 1, 2g French Club 3: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3. JUDY ANN HENDERSON CJudeJ "But Mr. Dunham. I don? zmder5tand."' BIRTHDATE: September 13, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: East Orange, N. J. AMBITION: To become an artist ACTIVITIES: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Yearbook 43 Tumbling 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Records Club 43 Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 3. . ,, ',5,, .,.,i. fi WILLIAM DAVID HALL CBillyJ "It maker you wonder, doe.fn't it?" BIRTHDATE: September 22 , 1943 PLACE OE BIRTH: Monte- rey, Mass. AMBITION: Marines ACTIVITIES: Hall Monimr 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 4. X.. I F K Ii" ik. MOST MUSICAL I V Lois and Norman Swain THOMAS MARNELL HITCHCOCK fHitchJ "What you Jay?" BIRTHDATE: October 16, 1942 PLACE OF BIRTH: Great Barrington, Mass. AMBITION: A steady job ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3, 43 Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Hall Monitor 43 Glee Club 43 Audio Visual Aids I, 23 Weight Lifting 3, 4g Archery 23 Yearbook 4. GRACE EVELYN HUFTEN fGracieJ "Dog gone it" BIRTHDATE: July 27, 1943 PLACE OF BIRTH: Winsted, Conn. AMBITION: Join the Army ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 4, Sewing Club 33 Art Club 2, Archery 2. TEACHERS PESTS Molly Adams and Joe Palfini CHARLES EDWARD KNIGHT CCharl1eD "I woulzz'n't my that." BIRTHDATE. November 9, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Harts- ville, Mass. AMBITION: "Servant of God" . . . a Minister ACTIVITIES: Display Club 3, Art Club 2. 1 9 XX DAVID ALLAN HUNTER "How should I know?" BIRTHDATE: January 14, 1945 PLACE OF BIRTH: Egre- mont, Mass. A M B I T I O N : Theoretical Physicist ACTIVITIES: Science Club 1, 2, 3, Math Club 43 Outdoor Club 2, Chess Club 1. EVELYN CATHERINE JACKSON CEvey: Eveb "Let me tell you what happened " BIRTHDATE: August 29, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Brook- lyn, N. Y. AMBITION: Career in Physi- cal Education ACTIVITIES: Student Coun- cil Representative 1, 2: Student Council Secretary 2, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4g G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: All State Chorus 1, 2, 4, District Chorus 1, 2, 43 Band 1, 33 Senior Play 1, 2, 4: Dramatics Club 1, 2, 33 Cheerleading 2, 43 Yearbook 4: Newspaper Club 1, 2: Majorettes 1: Science Club 2: Chess Club 1: Prom Committee 3. X 1 11,1 HELEN HAZEL HUFTEN lHoney9 "Dorff Get Shoo! " BIRTHDATE: July 12. 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Winsted, Conn. AMBITION: To become a professional riding instruc- tor ACTIVITIES: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Art Club 1, 2, Sewing Club 33 Yearbook 4, Arch- ery 2. V LOIS ANN KRAMER fLo, Lak, Duckieb "War there any mail today, Ma?" BIRTHDATE: june 2, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Manhat- tan, N. Y. AMBITION: To get a college education ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 1. 5, 43 Tumbling Team 1, 2, 5, 4: High School Science Club 23 Cheerleading 3, 43 Library Club 1, 2, 51 Prom Committee 53 Ring Com- mittee 3g Math Club 43 Senior Play 3, 4, Maioretre Club 1, 2: G.A.A. 1, 21 Art Club 1. CLAUDE GUY LAX COME "Leif pu: the rbozi on the wad." BIRTHDATE: October 50, 1944 PLACE OE BIRTH: Boston. Mass. AMBITION: Constitutional Lawyer ACTIVITIES: Chess 11 Intra- murals I. 5, 4: Glee Club 5, 4: Honor Society 2. 5, 41 Newspaper 5: Volleyball 1. 2, 5. 4: Radio Club 1, 2, 51 Dramatics 2: Senior Play 2, 5, 4: W'resrling 2: Science Club 2. 5: Class Vice-Presi- dent 4: Yearbook 4. .11 KENNETH DORRAYCE MILLER CBen, Keny "Right."' BIRTHDATE: April 12, 1944 PLACE OE BIRTH: Portland, Me. AMBITION: To get through college ACTIVITIES: Senior Play 2, 4: Football 2, 5, 4: Soccer 1: Baseball 1, 2, 5, 4: Bas- ketball 1, 2, 5, 4: Popular Singing Club I: Glee Club 5, 4: Intramurals I, 2, 5, 4: All-State Distirct 4: Boys Singing Group 4: Drama- tics Club 1, 2. BRUCE MALCOLM MACDONALD 1 Mac, Otis, Bruiserj "l1"hat dja my cbanzpf' BIRTHDATE: December 15. 1944 PLACE OE BIRTH: Quincy, Mass. AMBITION: To be successful and happy ACTIVITIES: Eootball 2, 5, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 5. 4: Baseball 1, 5: Intramurals 1, 2, 5, 4: Senior Play I, 2, 4: Weight Lifting 51 Hall Monitor 5, 4: Golf 2. THOMAS DEVOE MACY CTomD "Paint it" BIRTHDATE: September 19, 1944 PLACE OE BIRTH: Panama City, Florida AMBITION: To become a mechanic ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 5, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 5, 4: Golf Club 1, 2: Basketball 5, 4: Hall Monitor 5: Model Making Club 1: All-State District 4: Boy's Singing Group 4: Volleyball 1, 2. 'Eb' IUDITH AUDREY LOSSOW Uudvl "I thought it u af funny." BIRTHDATE: December 7, 1945 PLACE OE BIRTH: Hillsdale, N. Y. AMBITION: Become a house- wife ACTIVITIES: Senior Play Yearbook 4: Glee Club 2, 5, 4: Prom Committee 53 G.A.A. 1: Library Club 1. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Pat Cowen and Joel Harper BEVERLY AW MUIR CBevJ "Pretty soon" BIRTHDATE: April 22, 1944 PLACE OE BIRTH: Hartford Conn. AMBITION: Marriage ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 5 Library Club I: Yearbook 4 20 JUDITH LYNN NEWTON Uudvl "ll"bat'r bothering you?" BIRTHDATE: january 8, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Canaan, Conn. A M B IT I O N : Elementary Grade Teacher ACTIVITIES: Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 43 Pep Squad 4. CLASS CLOWNS i Ellen Packard and Dave West Qhgx Q "K" JAMES FRANCIS PERCY Uiml "Step on it" BIRTHDATE: May IO, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Sheliield, Mass. AMBITION: Undecided ACTIVITIES: Art Club l, 2, 3, 4g Glee Clubg Volleyball lg Hall Monitor 43 Model Making l. 21 I JOSEPH EMIL PALFINI C1065 "Let'r Went" BIRTHDATE: September 23, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: New Marlboro, Mass. AMBITION: To retire ACTIVITIES: Football I, 2, 4g Baseball 1, 2, Gymnas- tics 2, 3, 41 Volleyball 2g Golf 3, 4g Boy's Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 25 Weight Lifting 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 43 Audio-Visual-Aids 1, 23 Science 3g Debating lg Prom Committee 3g Ring Com- mittee 3. KATHLEEN BLISS PECK C Kay! " What?" BIRTHDATE: February 7, 1945 PLACE OF BIRTH: Spring- field, Mass. AMBITION: Commercial Ar- tist ACTIVITIES: G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Prom Committee 35 Senior Play 43 Archery Club 2. .A -.21 I. t. ELLEN ELIZABETH PACKARD IEIQ "ll"l9o . . . IIlG.,,' Hofej mackerel" BIRTHDATE: October 7 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Harts- ville, Mass. AMBITION: Veterinarian ACTIVITIES: Science Club 33 Art Club 1gGlee Club 2, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, Yearbook 4, Stamp Club 13 Prom Com- mittee 3. GEORGE THOMAS PIONTEK lShortyt "Beat iI."' BIRTHDATE: September 23, 1942 PLACE OF BIRTH: Great Barrington, Mass. AMBITIONZ Service, carpen- ter ACTIVITIES: Soccer l, 41 Glee Club 3: Audio Visual Aids l, 2, 31 Basketball 41 Science lg Model Making l. .IOHN LAXYRENCE PIONTEK I Little .Iohni HIdOI1't' Snort " BIRTHDATE: September 22, I9-I4 PLACE OE BIRTH: Great Barrington, Mass. AMBITION: Undecided ACTIVITIES: Basketball I, 2, 5. 41 Soccer -lg Intramurals l, 2. 5. 4: Audio Visual Aids 1: Archery l. ALICE CAROL SCHULTZ lSchultziey "Thats for sure" BIRTHDATE: February 2, 1945 PLACE OE BIRTH: Canaan, Conn. AMBITION: Looks forward to college and a business career. ACTIVITIES: Glee Club l, 2, 5. 4: Newspaper 1.2, 5,43 Yearbook 4: G.A.A. l, 2: Prom Committee 5: Senior Play 5, 4: Cashier 5: All- State District Chorus 4. MARY ELLEN SADERA "Dorff ru ea! it" BIRTHDATE: December S, 1945 PLACE OE BIRTH: Flushing, N. Y. AMBITION: Looking for- ward to entering the busi- ness world ACTIVITIES: G. O. Member l, 2, 5: Service Aide l lElushing Highj. PAUL LAVURENCE SADERA lTall Pauly "Yon don? ra-1" BIRTHDATE: .Iuly 9, 1942 PLACE OF BIRTH: Flushing, N. Y. AMBITION: Construction ACTIVITIES: Track Team 5: Service Aide 2 CElushing Highk. 6? MALCOLM ERNEST RIOUX lMalj "I-Iejl Alan" BIRTHDATE: August 5, 1944 PLACE OE BIRTH: Mineola, Long Island, N. Y. AMBITION: To go to college ACTIVITIES: Baseball I, 2, 5, 4: Football 5, 4: Basket- ball I, 2. 5, 4: Hall Monitor 4: Glee Club 5, 4: Ski Club 4: Golf Club 1: Intramurals I. 2. 5, 4: Model Making Club 1: All-State District 4: Boy's Singing Group 4. BEST ACTOR AND ACTRESS Ellen W'illcox and Claude Lancome PHILIP ALSON SMITH CPhidJ "ll7bat'5 thif action?" BIRTHDATE: May 12, 1944 PLACE OE BIRTH: Bay Shore, L. I., N. Y. AMBITION: Anthropologist ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1, 2 5, 4: Basketball I, 2, 5, 4 Tumbling I, 2, 5: Soccer I: Dramatics 2: Glee Club 3, 4: Honor Society 2, 5, 4: Senior Play l, 2, 5, 4: Intra- murals I, 2, 5, 4: Science Club l, 2, 3: Class Vice- President I, 2: Student Council Rep. 5, 4: Year- book 4: Vice-President of Student Council 4: Hall Monitor 5, 4. LORRAINE GAIL SNYDER CDurraineJ "Don't mea: iz" BIRTHDATE: july 29, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Egre- mont, Mass. AMBITION: Hair Dresser ACTIVITIES: Home Econo- mics Club Ig Art Club 2, Yearbook 4, Glee Club 5. MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED Pat Glngras and Dave West LOIS EUGENIE SWAIN CI-Ol "You'd nezfer guerf what I did?" BIRTHDATE: January 21, 1945 PLACE OF BIRTH: South Egremont, Mass. AMBITION: join the Waves ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 5, 43 Glee Club 2, 5, 4, Science Club 5, Prom Committee 5, Senior Play 4. 25 I JOYCE INIARIE STEVENS U01 "Oh, dear."' "Aly ldlldlfll BIRTI-IDATE: February 20, 1945 PLACE OF BIRTH: Canaan Conn. AMBITION: Marriage ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 4g Dramatics Club 4, Sewing Club 53 Band 2, Glee Club n W' 12 ,E Q I KAREN MARIE STILES "IWait'll you bear what happened" BIRTHDATE: August 7, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: West- field, Mass. AMBITION: Laboratory Technician ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Yearbook 4, Prom Committee 5. RITA ELAINE STUBBS qlteerp "No kidding!" BIRTHDATE: January 6, 1945 PLACE OF BIRTH: Rock- ville Centre, L. I., N. Y. AMBITION: A career in busi- ness. ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Newspaper Club 2, 5, 4, French Club 53 Dra- matics Club 43 Senior Play 5, 45 Yearbook 4, Prom Committee 5, All-State Dis- trict Chorus 4. , . ll 1.2 NORMAN WALTER SWAIN IBud J "Big Deaf" BIRTI-IDATE: january 21, 1945 PLACE OF BIRTH: South Egremont, Mass. AMBITION: A musical career ACTIVITIES: Band 2. 5, -lg Glee Club 51 Yearbook 4. W1 ELLEN JOYCE WILLCOX ' CEllieJ "By Cracky' BIRTHDATE: March 20, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Canaan, Conn. AMBITION: Nurse ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 1, 2 3, 4: Yearbook 4: Drama- tics 1, 4: Senior Play 43 All State District Chorus 2, 4. 24 l DAVID FRANK WEST fDave, Westyj "Oh, you think 50, buh?" BIRTHDATE: May 3, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Great Barrington, Mass. AMBITION: Physical Educa- tion Teacher ACTIVITIES: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 43 Ski Club 3, 4: Weight Lifting 2, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3: Seryior Play 2, 3, 4g Model Making Club 15 Yearbook 4, All- State District 4, Boy's Sing- ing Group 4. Cn?- MOST SINCERE ELLEN MARIE WOOD CEU "Okey-Dokey" BIRTHDATE: August 1, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH: Mount Vernon, N. Y. AMBITION: To be a Physi- cal Education Teacher ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading 1, Alice Schultz and joel Harper l CLASS OFFICERS: President: Sterling Bennettg Vice President: Claude Lancome, Secretary: Anita Hitchcock: Treasurer: Pat Gin- gras: Student Council Representative: Philip Smith. 2: Basketball 1, 2: Hockey 1, 2, CYorktown Highj G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4gG1ee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Play 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: Pep Squad 4, Yearbook 4. Grade Nine Grade Ten Sterling Bennett Judy Newton Anita Hitchcock Pat Gingras Evelyn jackson Sterling Bennett Phil Smith Anita Hitchcock Pat Gingras Evelyn jackson Where s Henry? "Maneabout-town" 4 OO A M in the mornin " 8 "Left, Right, Left, Right!" Who stole my hula hoop? 6118761116111 Qu ra case ,gji 5-' fb' .L xl 1 1 "Wha'd ya jus call me?" "aloha" 'Who's got the scotchtape?" "Eat, drink and be merry" . F J? 1 Q oi ' -- ii-5 , 1 Yi? ' I x 4 - J f I 1 J 26 " J LA "The Royal Couple" 4 "Save the last dance for me" ' '53 1' ,ftivlf-"" 15 x ' ' 'A I I Q H ,N 1' ww, Q e l Q l ' Q Q Q Q V IA 4 - A fl 7 2 1, I V 1 ' 1 , gf mf Q I 6 e ii me H 1 1 4' ,4 A 'ii X e .. i B. ' ' A fl "A O06 and IWO and . . "Reserved for a party of eight" "Just Seventeen" "One summer night" C9 'ff v la ' 'll 1 ss " 1' . Y if +1 in 5 7,9235 , .1 , ZX r 1 fv n X. .. X' Hx Look at it this way fellas, somebody has to go empty Girls: I see that you all have a unanimous opinion the garbage. so I guess it's agreed that I'll be the one to put the eels in Mr. Dewire's briefcase. Presented November 9 and IO, 1961 by the Class of '62 Me? Why you know I wouldn't say nothing of Nietz- chean nihilsm. PRE ENT! Q. ' written by Ii ' Edward Trigger I 7 directed by Mr. john Cicchetti Take that silly grin of? of your faces and get on stage. You've already missed 3 cues. I-Iere's my chance! l'll grab it while nobody's looking, No. Patsy, I don't agree with you that I should be the and if I grin, they'll never know the difference. 28 first man to launch a rocket to the moon!! 1Xnd1uvz.,z E fix r lil P1'OIT1ptC1'S THE CAST A. Hitchcock S. Cahill R. Bachetti A. Schultz Thanks to: Mrs. I. R. Jackson, Sr. J. Shiminski G., T. May, and all others who helped the success of our play Dexter Dunning . Jessie Dunning A Karen Dunning Della Dunning ,. Gary Dunning .... Eddie Messing ,, Norman Langham Elly Dunning .... . jay Desmond .. Nero Aintree , . Cynthia Harwood Amanda Hiicon , Sarah Gibbons , , Marie , .,... . WQ.'iL: -Ef'1i.avaa ln ---nu-up lim A .Q Claude Lancome Ellen Willcox Lois Kramer . Pat Cowen ., ..... Dick Dow , .. ..,., Phil Smith S H Joe Palfini Rita Stubbs Dave West Ken Miller ,. . . A Molly Adams . H . Evelyn Jackson . ,. , Sally Cosgriff Barbara Beneat E. jackson J. Newton M. Sadera P. Gingras E. Wood Flapper Girls S. Penziner W. Hamilton J. Henderson S. Doane A WMM Magfzijg WW Qgwliev M, Ofawwgmmk ,C0A822f fmm 3-,+'!J'M . fmyezmb ' 96252 we Nm QQ RW J Qs- A . ffm EQ Cb fi QE yf 522 Q i 5 ii zfs 5 92+ 1 far fy X S2551 M S Qi Q? Mgxiai Ji?-Q if ig? aaiiigiijwfyyggf Sy ff' 'Z , gf QQ Mm Q5 2+ Awww if fly caffcfwflc WXUWWV slatwlwc NATIONAL MERIT J. Harper, P. Cowen. GIRL'S STATE BOYS STATE S. Cosgriff X P. Smith, C. Lancome. -3 B1 - 3 QQ WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS DISTRICT CHORUS LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Bennett, J. Palflni, M. Rioux, F. Eichstedt, K. Miller, B. MacDonald, D. West, T. Macy, E. jackson, R. Stubbs, S. Cahill, E. Willcox, L. Hoffman, 31 A. Schultz, C. Rhines, accompanist. BOYS' SINGING GROUP LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Decker, S. Bennett, M. Rioux, J Palfini, K. Miller, B. MacDonald, R. Choquette, D West, P. Smith, T. Macy, J. Cosgriif, G. Williams, C Rhines, accompanist. T' balk i-in I x 4. 4 BMI I 419+ KY? 5 f 7. M Q. I W 'xy ga .- , "Q 'S ' 1---fa 5 :S lg EEF' : 12 I S "Boy! If I only knew how to read." "Oh, the poor pudcly cat' Qld! A 1 Q V5 ,EWXR X A "Come on, girls, whistle while you work!" 1 35 "Gone again . . . ?" "Kirchy-Doo! eg-of lvl "1" W. V E BU 'K i?a0llHlv- SEVENTH GRADE "dvi -75. mldu 5 9, rner, J. O Herl -S362 U U :J EENQSH wma.--. ,IEIIQI-'Yagi AUJ zUJg"'.i4O umeige Gf"'U -55 Q LDT- 'U V5 VH as . H . -,M 2?g2.5B'j",: Z8 PQT..-'EQ U3 "" - . Q . ,,:' Qtgcng go va'gCn . O ,Q-4-4 fl Carr, IP ucco, TY, hel Cr J. 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A-al-44.2 355.9 JESHQ I-4 p4V9p..z.r..r g,1A.::c Uo,,UU n-QCDTQ-U I-1-4m"'v:'G I-Y-01532 OQo.o.o. 52,2 "" .wg 28 ,cg u..C'. UU u-.I-'SV' 005105, 5 E5-2 985305 'O GS Sz mE UEN'-' 3g Be 5 sg 2 'C Wuxi' U,-,S rv "'!D.o-1 52-3 A-It-,u11'z', C GS:-4 UG-QQ 'D-1 2'm8 0 ,gunz 23.25 D-15.44-4 CG .22 wg 3 QE Z 33: 30-U2 3571 U UE: cu 2 :E oggs... Ecu.: O Omm 2 .cm Q, O4 E B .Q O cvs CDQQJE We "'cu"::v Sv C. .GSH 31:2 retary. IIVIUCS. HC 4 Q 4 Pffiiii .- 38 ' if., " rm' ' 'FW L. f ff- .x Ly f. . bfi, ,- E L c if ELEVENTH GRADE .A ... .-4 oh u - CVCHS. I S FIRST ROW, left to right: E. Spadaccini, J. Rhodes, B. Green, J. Wilcox, A. Masse, M. Bernoi, S. OFFICERS, left I0 fighfi H- Gilligfm, Student COUQC Quenneville, L. Spurr S. Van Deusen, 1. Bachetti. SECOND ROW: M. Edwards, J. Wilcox, K. A- MZSSC, SGCFCFHIYS R- SFCVCUS, PfCS1dCf1fL D- FifCh, V1 Wells, M. Robbins, E. Simpson, R. Straleau, B. Riou, P. Delmolino. THIRD ROW: B. Negu, N. Pf'351dCUfS J. GIUISHU, TICHSUICI- Chamberlin, B. Dozier, S. Agar, j. Gilligan, S. Doane, H. Gilligan, D. Smith, T. Gibbs. FOURTH ROW: J. Schneider, T. Nicholson, D. Whitcomb, J. Gilligan, F. Holcomb, D. Fitch, H. Cruikshank, J. Chase. FIFTH ROW: J. Cagney, S. Siter, T. Gage, W. Ruschetri, R. Stalker, J. Edelman, L. Davis, 1 R. JUNIOR CLASS or '65 0073 .-1 gag 'UZ 5-C-E ggi eve SUE 'UO QPGQ 'U"o Q32 OES EI-,SO .':: o 0. 580: .EEE .swf U3 1503? SUE. ts,-AEE 8"'U::s3 HEUQ Q., .Clan 5... ,... efE""S awg.. C ...NE9 5,110 -nth!-:QQ GHC-.E CUUQJQ Gang c:x5"'N r-,H-1 'SP O0- -05"-U '-A-1: G Egjgf' 335.20 '5BCQ'?l 'Egcuo Dwi? vfhu-'bi HECS 1-11-...r:..Q D-'54, Os-4 .qdgng 4-1.- 'UOVS 4-l E153 u50J"U Q0-D2 T33 'U GJ -C1'bs..!1 Qjb-J IT.: L-4 vs:2 anew .... C: H95-E cn.,'2 3-cg uf-H .Eggs 'ECU HCS: 'U QUE .ago Soc' QJPO Hmm Ui: .CI " L: egg' 2.53 BE- u "U"U"-' QJQE 3530 .2""'2 CL U aged i'3.".H U'-C5 3:-E 523: .230 CI :Ov 4JGU'U ggi: DE 930 .G Nu STUDENT COUNCIL SEATED left to right: H. Gilligan, P. Smith, Vice-president, S. Bennett, President G Crine Secre tary H Chase STANDING: J. Lipsky, T. Smith, Mr. Trocchi, Advisor, C Burnett G Higgins ABSENT D Doane, Treasurer, M. Cummings, R. Stevens. THE STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is an important organi- zation in our school. Through the twelve mem- bers of the council, the student body is more closely linked to the school and faculty. Under the guidance of Mr. Trocchi, the council is capable of making recommendations and passing laws to benefit the school. In addition, membership on the council gives the student an opportunity to develop qualities of leadership, fellowship and responsi- bility while at the same time, they are taking an active part in the schools operation. The Student Council has been responsible for such things as sponsoring spectator buses to bas- ketball games, closing school at 12: 10 before vaca- tions, maintaining the school store, and ushering at the annual Open House. This has been an active and productive year for the Student Council. 39 Look at that yawn? Does our music bore you. Mr. "YY'i11 it explode if I touch this? E' li- P Z " AA D.. 5 gli "Who's got my Metrecal?" "I'm getting ready to pass you a note." Research paper due? YACTER . I -air '41 l -1 1 ,il l V. A The ball W0H'f COYDC down! "They Hy through the air with the greatest of ease." ,3-.,.J,v.-w. .-. ,N L ,n, 0 00 4900 12x GLEE CLUB FIRST ROW, left to right: H. Chelps, T. Williams, G Williams, D. Bachetti, L. Curtis, C. Higgens, E. Pezzee, M Kirchner, G. Crockett, R. Olinski, T. Doane, R. Daggett, M. Mielke, R. Winterbottom, J. Wood, D. Crane. T. Buck- ley, L. Gulatta, C. Amidon, K. Wells, S. W'ells, il. Willcox, A Hitchcock, M. Bailey, C. Myer, C. Boice, S. Fletcher, S. Page j. Gage, W. Hamilton, M. Edwards, C. Manghue. B. Kop, M Bernoi, R. Burnett, M. Robbins, C. Batacchi, G. Fitch, E Cronk, -I. Cole, S. Agar, E. Packard, B. Estus, J. Rinesmith, I Ruthel, G. Huften, G. Crine, C. Rhines, Accompanist Mr. Arthur Ellis, Director. SECOND ROW: R. Wells, T Nicholson, B. Cowers, H. Robbins, C. Gunzinger, R. Cook D. Crane, R. Choquette, T. Macy, H. Conklin, J. Henderson H. Gilligan, A. Masse, J. Bachetti, I. Willcox, K. Stiles, V Emmons, S. Cahill, R. Stubbs, E. Willcox, J. Lassow, L. Swain K. Peck B. Beneat R. Bachetti P. Cowen A. Schultz THIRD ROW: M. Decker, s. Kelsey, D. whitromb, J' Babcock, D. Gibbs, K. Miller, B. MacDonald, J. Gilligan, D West, P. Smith, P. Smith, B. Stalker, F. Eichstedt, R. Palfini A. Beneat, J. Gilligan, P. Clarke, E. Simpson, S. VanDeusen K. Klan, R. Schneider, L. Spurr, J. Carr, B. Dozier, L. Kra- mer, G. Duryea, C. Carry, S. Peck, C. Cairns, D. Wend FOURTH ROV7: R. R. Fitch, T. Gage, M. Rioux, R Christman, J. Schneider, B. Antoniazzi, T. Hitchcock, S Bennett, J. Palfini, J. Golden, R. Bennett, C. Lancome, S Siter, M. Denpsey, C. Corser, E. jackson, E. Whitehouse, M Pezzee, S. Golden, P. Gingrass, E. Wood, J. Newton, S. Cos- griff, E. Hill, C. Carpenter, B. Green. GLEE CLUB The Glee Club, the largest activity in the school, performing for other functions. consists of 124 members. They meet with Mr. Ellis Besides the High School Glee Club, Mr. Ellis has three times a week to prepare for future performances. formed a sixth grade Glee Club. These students, who They contribute to the school by participating in as- will make up the future high school club, will be well semblies, the Spring and Winter concerts, and by prepared for their high school singing debut. 14 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY TUMBLING TEAM W . I iQ . X V FUN .L Kg, fix, 0: "1 .nnAA- nf Eff, . . Y I f 2 ' x I I 0, v 1 vb pfni e.' f. f . ,, 11 1 67 v,.J ILT, f F 1, -A1 I F 1 C if- Bw, 56, 30.12 ill I cm INS! THE CLASS OF 1962 TOGETHER FOR A NIGHT OF FUN TO PAT WE GIVE A PAIR OF STILTS Off Ia- 11' I ' 4 112' Y ,, 5 II , 1 'I I 5 I ,I I f . ' ' 5 'I I I A l 1 :AH-ifiig-'W 1+ .I . if OH! I FORGOT MY HIGH HEELS I - , , 'IRI , sa X3 I 'ff IF I GRAB THAT RAIL, I THINK I CAN MAKE IT THESE MORTARBOARDS TIP TOO EASILY! 1 I I i . 2 i ONE LAST ASSIGNMENT - in-L SEVENTY-FIFTH CLASS REUNION I ta- gl' ff lv 'x ll FRESHMAN YEAR: BIOLOGY CLASS 4 iff' FRESHMAN YEAR: FOOTBALL SEASON CLASS The theme of class night exercise was the Seventy- fifth Class Reunion. Ellen Packard and Charlie Knight were the last two remaining survivors. Their memories of their high school years were enacted by members of the class. Phil Smith and Claude Lancome delivered the honor 1. - jh. . fi.. SOPHOMORE YEAR: LANGUAGE CLASS 6 . JUNIOR YEAR: WORK DAY AND COLLEGE BOARDS JUNIOR YEAR: PROM HONOR SPEAKERS .1 Q. ,I , ,A wt 1'- ' 4 cf W CLASS SONG: "cL1MB EVERY MOUNTAIN" NIGHT speeches. Judy Newton and Sterling Bennett presented the class gifts. The class announced a gift of S600 to the Mount Everett Student Scholarship Fund. Sally Cosgrifif and Dave West read the Will. l A I I wi I I ll SENIOR YEAR: BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP I I XJ A, . if A X JUDY AND STERLING PRESENT CLASS GIFTS -- "TO JIM WE GIVE A NEW TELEPHONE POLE." -Q fl I LI tgvi BE SENIOR PLAY: "THE I 1 f I , . I fi - I I I- 4 I I I 1 1 ,K l I . I Z l if I tif! E'- TTIIHWW rirlsl ', ,- I1 PHILIP SMITH CLAUDE LANCOME ' IIIIIH 5:25 tl l f I I - . ROARING TWENTIESH SALLY AND DAVE READ THE CLASS WILL - "TO MRSA ADAMS WE LEAVE SMALLER SPOONSI' 1 L, l SFX P 'Nall .nik THOSE FINISHING TOUCHES GRADUATION The Commencement exercise for the Class of 1962 was held in the school auditorium on Eri- day evening. 'Tune S. The speaker for the evening was Dr. Ben T. XY'allace. a recognized New York State educator. His speech. en- titled "The Challenge of Respon- sibilityn was enthusiastically re- ceived both by the graduating class and audience. High school principal. Dr. C. jesse New-lon, presented nineteen seniors with scholarship awards. Superinten- dent of schools, George Daniel, presented statuette awards to the highest ranking seniors, Philip Smith, joel Harper. Claude Lan- come, and Patricia Cowen. Chair- man of the School Committee, C. Russell Doane. made the olhcial presentation of diplomas to the graduating class. How DO You FEEL P.-xr! THIS IS WHAT we BEEN wfxirixc FOR GIBBS I. vi - 1- - , ,N ,r '77 HIGHEST RANKING SENIORS: JOEL HARPER CLAUDE LANCOME, PAT COXVEN, AND PHILIP NIARSHAL - Tom SMITH- CHEER UP EVERYBODY! IT'S ALL OVER NOW! JUNIOR SENIOR PROM JUDY NEWTON - QUEEN THE QUEEN AND HER COURT . 3 i 5 A W Y . 3 "'Lv-'Pl--'lk l , l ? .1 1 e l BAND FIRT row, left to right: M. Back, M. Oleen, I.. Wuori, L. Swain, G. William, V. Emmons, N. Kinzie. SECOND ROW M. Brazie, M. Robbins, M. Kirchner, B. Dodge, W. Bock, C Burnett, G. Strover, T. French, D. Stevens, H. Conklin, H Robbins, D. Losaw, C. Hendricks, T. Shmulsky, D. Brooks G. Wouri, J. Macy, B. Dozier, R. Burnett, S. Consolini, E. 2 Johnson, T. William, W. Chapin, B. Kopp, B. Estus. THIRD . ROW STANDING: R. Stover, B. Winterbottom, D. Empti- . mo, L. Lanoue, G. Crawford, S. Cowen. - . - BAND The regular forty-five members of our band have fun progressing at a most satisfactory rate of accomplishment. In the past year, the Band presented two concerts in addition to participating in the tradi- tional Memorial Day exercises and the recent Great Barrington Bi- Centennial Celebration. Other Band activities include playing for the home football games and presenting a Christmas Concert for the Mill River elementary students. All of the Band members are extremely proud of one of its mem- bers, Norman Swain, who recently performed in the Western Massachu- setts District Band and was asked to audition for the Massachusetts All- State Band. MAJORETTES CENTER: J. Newton, Head Majorette. Left to right: M. Adams, R. Bachetri, P. Cowen, Drum Majoretes. The seniors wish to take this opportunity in expressing their sincere thanks to Mr. Ellis for all he has done for us during these past two years. He has certainly contributed to Mt. Everett in building up such a large and fine glee club and band. We have greatly enjoyed working with him along with learning to appreciate music. His selections have brought enthusiasm to all of the members. .m :sn mf' O FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Gilligan, R. Stevens, T. Nic- kelson, J. Babcock, R. Christman, D. Coons, P. Smith. SECOND ROW: D. West, J. Percy, M. Rioux, B. Mac- Donald, K. Miller, T. Hitchock, S. Bennett, W. Hall, F. Eichsteclt. LIBRARY CLUB The library club is made up of students who are interested in the operation of the library. The mem- bers help the Librarian by learning to process books, filing and desk work. gl FIRST ROW, left to right: W. Weigle, K. Brown, A. Crine, V. Jensen, J. Cosgriff, G. Crockett. SECOND ROW: T. Doan, S. Cary, B. Vosburg. T. Smith, K. Frengs, W. Brunt, F. Stevens, G. Mager, P. Amidon, R. Dagger, R. Turnes. HALL MONITORS These students keep peace and order in the halls between classes. They are chosen each year upon the basis of self discipline and respect for the school. FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Zucco, P. Lufhngwell, M. Boardman, S. Fletcher, B. Ball, P. Winters. SECOND ROW: K. Klahn, M. Quenneville, C. Stevens, R. Straleau, V. Rob- bins, P. Mason. CHESS CLUB Students in this club have gained much enjoy- ment from the game of Chess. AUDIO VISUAL AIDS The members of the A.V.A. Club learn to use the many different kinds of equipment properly. This knowledge is put to practical use in the classroom. Left to right: Mr. Chamberlain, Advisorg 1. Palfini, R. Ovitt, R. Ruthel, J. Tucker, D. Stalker, M. Mielke, W. Sanford. SENIOR HIGH SCIENCE CLUB The Senior High Science Club enables students to learn the correct methods of scientific experimenta- tion. Members may pursue their interests in the fields of chemistry, biology, and physics. is K in-.... FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Carley, F. Dallea, H. Dozier. SECOND ROW: J. Hughes, R. Pekrul, F. Daigle, W. Dur- yea. THIRD ROW: J. Royer, J. Kimball, P. Vickerman. JUNIOR HIGH SCIENCE CLUB The Junior High Science Club introduces students in the procedures of performing experiments and the proper uses of chemicals. FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Siter, S. Lipsky. SECOND ROW: Mr. Schaugnessy, Advisorg L. Carter, J. Chase, R. Ruthel, J. Thompson, D. Hunter. E""...S'.-" ggi SEATED, left to right: D. Stevens, M. Oleen, S. Royer. STANDING: Miss Chouinard, Advisor, S. Scholz, K. Arienti, C. Tryon, L. Shepherd, L. Marchand, R. Reed. SEVENTH GRADE BOY'S COOKING CLUB Although cooking is thought of as being for girls, the large number of participants and the long waiting list proves that boys do not hesitate to put on an apron and show their cooking skill. 1 MEMBERS: K. Brown, E. Clauser, J. Dellea, D. Flynn, I-I. Green, L. Mageralle, -I. Palfini, F. Paul, D. Stalker, B. Ste- vens, A. Vosburgh. Mrs. Larkin, Advisor. SEWING CLUB This club gives the girls the opportunity to learn the skills of sewing. They do both hand and machine stitching and are able to make whatever article they wish. zaf- MEMBERS: R. Bailey, D. Brooks, C. Burnete, H. Crine, T. Flynn, J. Funk, M. Parker, D. Guartha, A. Shmulsky, B. Vosburg, P. Zucco, K. Frengs. Mrs. Larkin, Advisor. EIGHTH GRADE BOYS' COOKING CLUB The boys have learned some of the proper tech- niques of cooking. They have found that the best way to learn about nutrition is to eat what they make. MATH CLUB The Math Club provides time for students who are interested in mathematics to become acquainted with apparatus, techniques, and discussions of contro- versial views that are not available in the standard curriculum. LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Kramer, C. Myer, Mr. Dunham visor, K. Bartzch, D. Hunter, S. Lipsky. FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Beneat, S. Johnston, A. Schultz. SECOND ROW: H. Riou, R. Stubbs, L. Hoffman, S. Cosgriff, P. Cowen. THIRD ROW: N. Kinzie, J. Thomp- son, S. Lipsky. NEWSPAPER CLUB The Newspaper Club has published a biweekly "penny sheet" called the Zephyr this year. This mim eographed paper keeps the student body informed on the latest news and future events. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY These four seniors are members of the Aurigan Chapter, Na- tional Honor Society. They were chosen on the basis of leadership, character, scholarship, and service. It is a worth-while and rewarding goal. The Society's purpose is to encourage students to learn, to lead, and to perform. The Society helps to build a strong character and helps make each student better prepared for life. FIRST ROW: left to right: J. Harper, P. Cowen. STAND- ING: P. Smith, C. Lancome. 2 SKI CLUB Alliln FIRST ROW, left to right: T. Doane, S. Cowen, G. Croc- Amstead, S. Doane, V. Jensen, J. Lipsky. THIRD ROW: kett, P. Amidon, D. Smith, J. Hughes, M. Mielke, B. Olin- P. Amidon, E. Whitehouse, M. Rioux, J. Dinan, D. West ski, B. Weigle, B. Kelly, S. Kelsey. SECOND ROW: N. L. Kramer, S. Lipsky, D. Wend, M. Dempsy, M. Boardman Kinsey, Mr. Herlihy, Advisor, G. Peck, W. Demming, G. L. Tidball, Mr. Lark, Advisor. Crine, S. Penziner, C. Meyer, J. Gage, W. Hamilton, H. This year's ski club was very active. They had races, on-the-slope and dry-land instruction, and movies. They took two trips to Catamont during the season. WEIGHTLIFTINC CLUB S.. u ........'L3g stsztzvtfl 127-'S--'C FIRST RCQW, left to right: T. Doane, J. Rutsis, J. Lipsky, THIRD ROW: M. Decker, F. Holcomb, E. Grinde, J. Pal- P. Amidon, M. Mielke. SECOND ROW: S. Kelsey, F. fini, R. Ruthel, J. Thompson, D. West. Nourse, J. Dinan, J. Parker, G. Henderson, W. Nourse. The weightlifting club gives its members the op- portunity to attain a higher degree of physical Htness. This activity helps build strong bodies while, at the same time, contributing to the participants mental sta- bility. OUTDOOR CLUB FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Synder, B. Dellea, F. Stevens, land, H. Hughes, R. Pautot, R. Saunders. THIRD ROW: W. Brunt, W. .Breznick, J. Zucco, 1. Ovit, V. Jensen, R. G. Moulton, G. Peck, R. Ruthel, 1. Lusker, W. Sanford, R Read, Mr. Herlihy. SECOND ROW: J. Morandi W. Rob- Turner, G. Mager R. Messir P. Leffingwell M. Quennville bins, c. Manghue, W. chapin, G. om, B. Philips, s. De- I ' ' ' The Outdoor Club teaches the members more about the outdoors and gives the student a chance to investigate, more completely, their environment. ARCHERY CLUB af" A FIRST ROW, left to right: P. Vickerman, B. Duryea, F. ROW: C. Richards, J. Cagney, L. Davis, J. Edelman, R. Dur- Holcomb, R. Ruthel, F. Nourse, H. Crukshank. SECOND rante, D. West, Mr. Dewire, Advisor. This club teaches members the proper techniques of archery. They practice outside whenever possible. JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS' INTRAMURALS l The Junior High Girls' In- tramurals are open to all girls in the seventh and eighth grades. The club offers the opportunity for students to participate in sports in addi- tion to their physical educa- tion classes. They are divided into teams and compete with one another. JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS' INTRAMURALS FIRST ROW, left to right: K. Wilbur, V. Robbins, S. Masse, D. Farnum, S. Sellew K. Steuerwald, E. Dempsey, S. Zucco, M. Boardman, F. Lefiingwell, R. Read, J. Clark K. Leining, J. Clark, A. Hamilton. SECOND ROW: D. Page, R. Duryea, R. Ranolde S. Doane, S. Moulton, S. Hall, S. Dellea, J. Chase, A. Borg, S. Scholz, J. Cole, P. Fitch S. Fletcher. THIRD ROW: D. Smith, L. Farnum, J. Frengs, M. Antonazzi, S. Barnes D. Gunzinger, A. Myer, A. Pekrul, J. Van Duesen, N. Sindler, C. Bartzch, M. Bock, D Race. FOURTH ROW: C. Stevens, J. Macy, M. Sadera, R. Cummings, C. Hendricks H. Chase, D. West, T. Stevens, J. Zwick, G. Wouri, K. Ball, E. Crank, Mrs. Rice TRAM RAL FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Meyer, W. Hamilton, S. Penziner, C. Gunziner, M. Dempsey, G. Crine, J. Grindi, B. Hill, E. Hill, D. Green, S. Cosgriff, 1. Newton, E. Wood, E. Jackson, Mrs. Rice. SECOND ROW: L. Hoffman, 1. Wilcox, S. Van Deusen, S. Quenneville, M. Robbins, E. Simpson, K. Gibbs, W. Eichstedt, A. Wells, J. Henderson, S. Cahill, B. Beneat, R. Bachetti. THIRD ROW: B. Negri, B. Dozier, J. Wilcox, S. Doane, J. Bachetti, H. Gilligan, B. Riou, D. Smith, C. Cary, K. Mangue, C. Peck, E. Whitehouse, S. Page. FOURTH ROW: R. Schneider, D. Wend, J. Carr, P. Clarke, P. Parks, R. Straleau, S. Mills, H. Huften, W. Hendricks, C. Boice, S. Babcock, S. Golden, C. Hunt, D. Delmolino. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION l Many of the girls in the past have shown great interest in , . If I athletics. 'lhis year is no exception. One of the largest groups i is f' I ever assembled is participating in the Girls' Athletic Association. QRS' LX. -E t U This gives the high school girls a chance to keep in good physical RV, 1 lg l fig condition and provides an opportunity for them to meer girls Ji' "'3'aw from other schools on "play days." OFFICERS, left to fight: s. Penziner, Trea- surer, B. Riou, Secretary, J. Henderson, Presi- dent, S. Doane, Vice-president. :Lai 11A SENIOR HIGH BOYS' INTRAMURALS FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Bachetti, D. Crane, J. Lipsky, F. Daigle, R. Ruthel, R. Cook, D. Gibbs, G. Pixley, E. Pezze, R. Choquette. SECOND ROW: R. Wilcox, G. Henderson, J. Rutsis, L. Curtis, T. Nickolson, J. Royer, A. Bachetti, J. Dinan, D. West, T. Dozier, T. Macy. THIRD ROW: J. Ranzoni, F. Frangs, S. Kelsey, J. Coles, P. Vickerman, C. JUNIOR HIGH BOY'S INTRAMURALS About 60 percent of the boys in the seventh and eighth grade participate in the intramural program. Mr. Maghery, the director of the program, feels that competition among boys of the same age and of ap- proximately equal athletic ability is the chief goal of the junior high intramural program. Higgins, P. Smith, R. Christman, D. Smith, D. West, R. Coons. FOURTH ROW: R. Stevens, F. Holcomb, M. Rioux, K. Miller, J. Golden, T. Hitchcock, R. Bennett, J. Palfini, S. Bennett, C. Lancome, J, Babcock. FIFTH ROW: T. Gibbs, M. Bradley, P. Gunzinger, P. Smith, B. MacDonald, T. Gage, R. Kradel, 1. McGarry, M. Decker. SENIOR HIGH BOY'S INTRAMURALS The purpose of the senior high intramural program is two-fold. First, like the junior high program, it is de- signed to allow boys to compete with other boys of com- parable age and ability. Secondly, the program gives the boys who are not quite talented enough to play interscholas- ticly a chance to play in an organized setup. During the course of a year, the program includes competition in foot- ball, volleyball, and softball. 38. JUNIOR HIGH BOYS' INTRAMURALS FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Morandi, W. Robbins, J. Sny- der, J. Zucco, T. Flyn, P. Zucco, B. Johnson, J. Palfini, R. Stevens, G. Crockett, T. Doane, J. Cosgriff, D. Brook, G Ovitt, L. Lanone. SECOND ROW: W. Dodge, H. Crine, K Fangs, S. VanDeusen, G. Mager, T. Shmulsky, j. Funk, H Hughes, D. Duryea, P. Amidon, W. Chapin, W. Davidson R. Dagger. THIRD ROW: L. Royer, C. Mangue, B. Phillips, G. Peck, R. Clouser, C. Burnett, T. Smith, L. Gulluto, J. Ovitt, R. Ovitt, R. Saunder, D. Gauther, F. VanDeusen. FOURTH ROW: Z. Carter, R. Richards, E. Carr, R. Butler, R. Turner, G. Moulton, W. Wiegle, K. Brown, W. Mielke, P. Cronk, D. Tullar, N. Stalker, R. Ruthel, F. Paul. 0- K any "Come on baby! Ler's do the twist." Q ' x'.. 1 1 'N 551: M 8: M's melt in your mouth, not in your hands!" T-'-5 s "O.K. Dick, on the signal you grab the toorsie role pops and I'l1 take care of the bubble gum!" Bombs away X X X X X "1-2-3- . . . Cha, Cha, Ch:-1!!!" ! E Bonk! "Dave" "Dick" if X 0 "Coach" "Ken" f "Mal" 3 "Macf' ti 7 Pere" 7 I Cf' 4 I K FN ' Ci Q "Rod" "joe" K CB, Q F O O TBA L f C2 . i if 1, Mount K X Everett Opponents 6 Ravena ,..o.,...,......A. 18 X 19 Averill Park ..,,..,.,. 33 13 Voorheesville ....,.,. - 41 Dic 19 Roe jan ,..3...,Ao,A.,..., 32 13 Ockawarnick .A.o.o.... 25 25 Chatham,..,,t.. 13 Nphil "Rick" 32 Hunter-Tannersville O 9 3 i , "Ma A , 6 1 G if 'E W1 Dave "jim," "Johnny," "Chuck" "jim" "Chuck" 'LW QQ! A ' .f. , X I ' N' "Tim" "Steve" "Francis "Dick" "Glen" "Bruce OCCER FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Gibbs, J. Gilligan, H. Dozier, F. Delea, M. Bradley, S. Bennett, T. Gibbs, Hitchcock, R. Choquette, G. Piontek. SECOND ROW: D. Fitch, D. Smith, E. Pezze, D. Bachetti, R. Bennett, J. Harper, J. Coles, J. Piontek, F. Nourse, B. Stalker, L. Curtiss, J. Rutsis, Coach Shiminski. A . il V SOCCER TEAM The Mount Everett soccer team had its best season ever this year with a 5-1-1 record. The boys missed the Championship by only one game. The team deserves a great deal of credit for its hard work and fine play. Mount Everett Mount Everett Mount Everett Mount Everett Mount Everett Mount Everett Mount Everett SCORES Berkshire Williams School Chester .. . . Searles . . Williams Chester Searles X BASKETBALL N I !r4.xX 1 'lv ll?-all T nn tae is :Q Q5 la Q 5- KNEELING, left to right: J. Chase, Coach Lark, Coach Chamberlancl, H. Dozier. STANDING: T. Gibbs, K. Miller, M. Rioux, B. MacDonald, G. Pionteck, J. Pionteck, J. Golden, T. Hitchcock, S. Bennett, M. Bradley, D. Coons, and P. Smith. JUNIOR VARSITY KNEELING, left to right: F. Daigle, W. Schoonmaker, j. McGary, D. Gibbs, D. Cook, C. Higgins. STANDING, First Row: J. Ranzoni, P. Gunsinger, R. Wilcox, D. Smith, D. Bachetti. SECOND ROW: Coach Lark, D. West, P. Vickerman, J. Zuick, J. Coles, F. Frengs, R. Kraclle, D. Crane, T. Nicholson, Coach Chamberlancl. at, l Rial. 5? NBenn Yfjimtx uMaln "Mark" "Smitty" This year, the Mount Everett basketball team has compiled a highly creditable record. The team was invited to the small school's tournament at Amherst, Mass., one more indication of a successful season. vt!-'Q r V 5 e Sterl" "Gibby w t F N' ,. ,J 3737 "John" "Big Otis" "George" "Coonie" "Tom CHEERING FOR THE FOOTBALL SQUAD gg-4, . , . F' 2"-l4'1'1'5' - ,gf - , ' , t i A , , wwf . hs'-tw .e 'fgq ,X 'ww W fa. H d...... . ., -'l - 2" ' it '-film". gglwkllii mil uf'-: CHEERL ADER Q it 1 w ' l Captain, Pat Gingras The cheerleaders urge the team on to greater efforts. They promote school spirit and good sportsmanship through pep rallies. They are chosen each year by the student body and their help is appreciated by both team members and spectators. sEN1oRs NEW PYRAMID FOR BASKETBALL l 1 w l r l Y Evey l I T ' Lois Captain. 58 FIRST ROW, left to right: Lois Kramer, Sue Penziner, Holly Gilligan, Cindy .I-Iunt, Evelyn Jackson. SECOND ROW: Sue Doane, Wendy Hamilton. TOP: Pat Gmgras, C omplimentf 0 f C. DUDLEY RACE THE SHIRE SHOP MR. AND MRS. GEORGE O'BRIEN BEN FRANKLIN COOPER'S HARDWARE CONTE'S ABDALLA'S MORT SMITH ROADSIDE STORE SUN - INSIDE BERKSHIRE HILLS NURSING HOME RICKY'S SNACK BAR MILLY'S BEAUTY SHOP A FRIEND HANDEL'S SAW SHOP DANIEL GREGG TRIANGLE MILK ROUTE STANTON 'S GARAGE SOUTHFIELD GENERAL STORE R. L. BUTLER R. GORDON TAGGART FRIENDLY ICE CREAM HERBERT 'S MR. AND MRS. DAVID COSGRIFF MR. AND MRS. GEORGE WELCH 0-onov 59 Compliment: of WILLIAM C. GULICK, V.M.D. and MARGUERIT B. GULICK,V.M.D. GREAT BARRINGTON MASSACHUSETTS Succeu in the Future to the Class of '62 CANAAN SUPER MARKET RAILROAD STREET CANAAN, CONNECTICUT Best Wishes to the Class of '62 MILL RIVER STORE Lee Barnes and james Ware "We Sell to PleaJe" E. M. RYDER, Inc. -1EuffELERs- + 285 MAIN STREET GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. 0n0v0f0'0K0' J O H N P . T R A C Y MASTER ELECTRICIAN Electric Home Appliancex Automatic Heating Tel. 117 -W 283 MAIN STREET GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. C omplimentf of WALLY'S TRUCKING SERVICE I SHEFFIELD -: - MASS. FRED W. SCHULTZ CONTRACTOR BUILDER Telephone SHefHeld 229-87 64 ASHLEY FALLS MASSACHUSETTS 0-awvo-of-ov GULOTTA'S SERVICE C omplimentx of STATION Auto Repairing and Wheel Balancing - Lubrication - KERSEY'S MARKET Wdfhingdnd Waxing TIRES AND ACCESSORIES SANTI GULOTTA, Prop. SHEFFIELD - : - MASS. Phone 229-8878 SHEFFIELD - : - MASS. C omplimentx of A. LINDELL 81 SON, INC. FARM EQUIPMENT Manufacturer: of Doorf and Sash Tel. TAylor 4-5444 or 4-5445 CANAAN, CONN. Telephone SHeiiield 229-2117 ASHLEY FALLS MONUMENTAL WORKS East Main Street Ashley Falls, Massachusetts E BARRE IGUILEJ WILLIAM B. HALL, Proprietor MEMORIALS OF FINE QUALITY 62 HARLAND B. FOSTER H I I. I. S I D E Refrigeration - Air Conditioning In the Hemi of Vdfafionldnd Oil Heating - Electrical Equipment Hardware and STANLEY ZILKA, Prop. WESTINGHOUSE Appliances GOOD FOOD AND LIQUORS 15 BRIDGE STREET Tel. Great Barrington 239-W Tel. 698W or 564 HARTSVILLE, MASS. GREAT BARRINGTON MASS VICTOR P. SPADACCINI ASPHALT DRIVE- WAYS amz PARKING AREAS Estimates Free Tel. Great Barrington 1986 LAKE BUEL ROAD GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. MT. EVERETT """ A sl ' I rj Q K, VI "-...N "'l f -5 ,lil ,If "J xc X -'Q .Ni lx. A 9. E 'rl f 1 'EE 5 A 'si 'NW Z i s il! M A I A F 'xi SHEFFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 63 THE LITTLE SHOP Mix and Match COIl72lfj Cafualf and Lingerie SHEEEIELD. MASSACHUSETTS DEMPSEY'S GARAGE, INC. PONTIAC SALES and SERVICE In Southern Berkshire SINCE 1926 Tl Telephone 226 42 BRIDGE STREET - GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. Compliment: Cvmplimenff of of EEN ELD' GR FI S BARRINGTON FURNITURE GIFT and TOY SHOP GREAT BARRINGTON GREAT BARRINGTON MASSACHUSETTS MASSACHUSETTS 64 1 THE CANAAN NATICNAL BANK CAN AAN, CONNECTICUT i' 5 f IJ FEDE A D os T NSU ANCE CORP 0N7'7'-?W50' 6 X?"-0"0'0K0'0Y0K0f'0' "5 JACOB'S GARAGE and SERVICE STATION Your Local PONTIAC and TEMPEST DEALER Serzirzg :be Community for 32 YEARS See us for Bargains and Select RE-CONDITIONED USED CARS live luxe abs: it raise: to -6.1 all make: HEAVY DUTY VXTRECKER SERVICE Tel. Canaan TA 4-5861 FALLS VILLAGE CONNECTICUT PROSPECT LAKE PARK One of fbe mort famouf Picnic Grounds in BERKSHIRES TXVO Large Sandy Beaches A 22 Foot Stainless-Steel Water Slide DANCE HALL with ,IUKE BOX Make Reservations for your Church or School Picnics Tell Great Barrington IZSSWI XVILLIAM C. CARROLL, Prop. the M. T. PEZZEE HEATING MYERS PUMPS AND OIL BURNER SERVICE Compliment: of KAUTTU'S PHARMACY CARL E. KAL'TI'L', Regiftered Pbarnzaciyt Prescription Specialist Tel. TA,-lor 4-5646 12' cANAAx, coxxrsoricur Dpfiia' f"i 0'0N0"0fs0f-01' I-0"0'0' JIM'S GARAGE HARPER'S PHARMACY AUTO GREAT BARRINGTON In New Location REPAIRING -- LUBRICATION - WASHING -- MASSACHUSETTS TIRES - ACCESSORIES JIM LECAKIS, Prop. Tel. 229-8896 NORTH MAIN STREET SHEFFIELD, MASS. Phone 201 E gin C omplimentf of M A R S H A L I. ' S QUALITY HOME FURNISHINGS Sporting Goodx and Toyy CHURCH STREET CANAAN, CONN F-2 RESTAURANT AND COFFEE SHOP Breakayt - Luncheon - Dinners - Banquety PARTIES - RECEPTIONS Tel. SH 229-8774 67 0R0N0Y040K0' THE VILLAGE GREEN LLNCHEOXETIE "In Ike Cerner of Sbeffebu featuring COMPLETE EOLYT.-UN SERVICE SA.N'DXY'ICHES H.-KBIBURGERS - HOT DOGS FRENCH FRIES 6.45 - TIRES OIL - ACCESSORIES L 8. G S E R V I C E N T E R 345 Main Street Great Barrington Mass. LARRY RH13'ES, Prop. f T.:-Ee - Ou: Sersife Tel. GB 1403 GOOD 'corrsr E E EDWARD B. DOLBY Comflfmffff-' F L O R I S T 0 Ffouefr For All Off.:.fion.f DECKER 8: BEEBE Phone 250 or 626 C.-LY.-KAN - COKX. GREAT BARRIXGTON. BLASS. LLOYD H. HEIGHT, INC. Great Barrington? Leading Menir Store 276 MAIN STREET GREAT BARRINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS bbeffielh jlliluturs YOUR LOCAL RAMBLER AND RAMBLER AMERICAN DEALER Come in and Test Drive the 1962 Rambler Today! Telephone 22 9-8789 ROUTE 7 - SHEFFIELD DWIGHT FORD'S GARAGE, INC. Your INTERNATIONAL Dealer FARM IMPLEMENTS - TRACTORS MOTOR TRUCKS I SALES AND SERVICE Tel. 9-8451 MAIN STREET, SHEFFIELD, MASS. 0-0-Nora-auav 69 J. H. MAL NE . C. H. MORTON, Inc. O Y' INC R. H. CONGDON, Manager - J E W E L E R - "Quality Furniture Since 1896" Tel. 69-M One Stop Shopping Center 517 MAIN STREET 291 MAIN STREET GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS Compliment! of COVE LANES Tel. 1328, 1720 109 STOCKBRIDGE ROAD GREAT BARRINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS GURNEY'S SHELL STATION 24 HOUR SERVICE Telephone' Grear Barrington 241 123 MAIN STREET GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. 0l0'N0Y0"-010' 70 "POTTERY FIVE" SHEFFIELD POTTERY MARIE AND JOSEPH COWEN SHEFFIELD - MASSACHUSETTS BARRINGTON EGREMONT STORE ELECTRIC SHOP GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Choice Mem Fruit: and Vegetables H. G. MORELLI PAINT - HARDWARE - DRUGS Telephone 39 Phone 288 291 MAIN STREET GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. SOUTH EGREMONT, MASS. 0'-0+'0'0'10v-0' 71 Compliment: of SHEFFIELD PLASTICS, INC. RAY DELMOLINO EG REMQNT SERVICE STATION Towing Ser: ice T H E S P U R R ' S HOMEMADE ICE CREAM A!! Flazorf C.efz.1'ie,f - Soda - Cigar! -'II.:ga:if1ef and Neupfpaperf Tel. GB 1152 MA IN STREET SOUTH EGREMONT 7 Compliment: Of THOMAS J. O'NEIL CANAAN CONN CGHAPPY THE MAN WHO FINDS WISDOM, THE MAN WHO GAINS UNDERSTANDING! FOR HER PROFIT IS BETTER THAN PROFIT IN SILVER . . PROVERBS N '5 , 'df Ya ZR 5' 1 PRIESTS, BROTHERS AND STUDENTS Dehon Seminary of The Sacred Heart GREAT BARRINGTON MASSACHUSETTS -'0"0'0' Complimefztf of BONNIE 8. LES ULRICH Complimerzff of LIMESTONE FARM A. G. BREWER - R. I. BREWER MILL RIVER MASSACHUSETTS MACY'S GARAGE, INC. CHEVROLET SALES and SERVICE ESTABLISHED 1921 Phone 229-8727 MAIN STREET SHEFFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 0-eoxafa-axaf 74 01 62 10" v-01' '0110N0 IC Compliment! of JOHN A. BIANCHI 8. COMPANY MEN'S and BOYS' CLOT HING CANAAN CONNECTICUT ROGER'S SHOE STORE FINE FOOTWEAR Edward H. McGuire -:- Caroline G. Smedick Tel. TAy1or 4-5245 CANAAN -- CONNECTICUT THE BERKSHIRE C O U R I E R S E G A L L A ' S SOUTHERN BERKSHIRES' HOME NEWEEEEEE SERVICE STATION SINCE 1834 Commercial Printing ROUTE 7 Of Diftinction Telephone 115 GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. CANAAN, CONN. I S 75 0'-e0n?'0N?10' CUSTOM EXTRUSION, INC. COUNTY AND HOME ROAD Phone SHeHield 229-8748 SHEFFIELD - MASSACHUSETTS -'W FAST lf My SERVICE SO I - M 0 SHEFFIELD FARM SUPPLY Tel. 229-8767 DE LAVAL MILKERS MALL CHAIN SAWS BCLK COOLERS SHEFFIELD -1- MASS. 01' PALMER LINES, INC GREAT BARRINGTON MASSACHUSETTS 0-fa-10-0-fawfafa-0-0-fa-so-of 76 JK 10201 3 010- 40710'02 BARRINGTON HOUSE SOUTHERN BERKSHIRE'S FINEST COMMERCIAL HOTEL Tel. 1840 GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. MAY YOU FULL - FILL YOUR Quality and Service PROMISE AND YOUR FUTURE FULL - FILL YOUR THE BEST IN DRY CLEANING HOPES. R I E D S CLEANERS and DYERS 'A' 218 MAIN STREET THE KRAMER AGENCY GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. owowovowanav 77 5 5 V Bef! u'i,rlJe.f from MARJORIE McLAUGHLIN INTERIOR DESIGNER MONTEREY MASSACHUSETTS LOWLAND FARM A DAIRY FARM IN THE 2 BERKSHIRES Q RICHARD D. Tuzox MONTEREY -1- MASS. Compliment: of THE STAFF AND STUDENTS OF AVALON SCHOOL Tel. Great Barrington 1284 INIONTEREY, MASSACHUSETTS 0'40Z"'0'5'l-9' 78 01 6 10' 70' '0'H0N0'l0f X91 ...min .,-- 40"01? BREWER BROTHERS, INC. HAMMER PLUMBING Your Local Dealer :AN for H RQWARE DeS0T0- CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH CARS REO Trucks TCI- 112 RAILROAD STREET CANAAN CONN- GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS GILLIGAN BROTHERS CONTRACTORS Lumber and Building SHEFFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS .. ' V -ol eic 0-afofonaffaf 79 X3, ,X X X ,, 7 -5 , za . KX -5,4 S 7 ff HR A -A g 'a f.fYJ1f ' ff ' x ,SY-ll' S ,fame A ' A "4N . , I A v df ?fFf,'sffffea .f 31 2 iw n. X N xg. ff , As ! f ' for - E E' jJx,f!'f,: its I. Xu. - .N fun HH .n .gf If 4 3 . Mi- is V 75, I A.: L 3. H yy' I , - ,me l em,2:E'g,s3M :, - ll 3 ll 1 'V X W - "A 'e .fi-nf"'E-r::1"5f1- 1:-1 - ' fwmjnrmm A 'T ffTg1'1"W L L fa gf- .5-.,, 4 LL AIU in 4 'Mx 7Y.'aA:YiY 'T -- Q 3, L I ,3 A . A 1 .1-i: g xE2: g L? Y:'afl-x ALa:" " A?' A "3S"'c'--'Zi-'-iw' - ' - 'f ' 4.1 f'.g-5L -1114- ' - - xv A, ,' wr 27 EA V -f --+ fx., E -- ,, 'Che Meadows Gift Shop Sheffield, Massachusetts ROUTE 7 soura or GREAT BARRINGTON CHINA -o- GLASS -o- DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES LET US HELP E ' f 2 ef A S ' 7 . 499 7 ,fa -Qfffq. fi 'Q I-:Ewa L? ,E, ga Zowz7fZoaeq COMPLIMENTS OF CANAAN SAVINGS BANK Canaan, Conn. 80 0l00'-0Y0l-0N0' CATHERlNE'S CHOCOLATE SHOP BERKSI-IIRE'S FINEST CONFECTIONERS Stockbridge Road Great Barrington, Massachusetts "Bert Wfirbef' E. CALIGARI 8. SON GREAT BARRINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS 4'-5 C omplimemff 0 f BESSETTE'S PHARMACY Telephone 229-8702 MAIN STREET SHEFFIELD, MASS. owowavo-'okay 81 A 0017 '-0"'10" 891- fav- 405C01w? CASSILIS FARM REG. JERSEY CATTLE AND HACKNEY PONIES 5 3 NEW MARLEQRO, MASSACHUSETTS H. B. STANTON Compliment! Of EXCAVATING SERVICE Processed Gravel CLIFF I-EIGH and Sand - Land Clearing AND HIS QRCHESTRA Telephone SHefHe1cl 229-2188 Band of the MILL RIVER - MASS. B E R K S H IR ES x0w0-S0-vaxof 0-'ana'-afanav 82 1-0V'0U'0"'0'65C 202' '-0'61'0N0' IC 201' 40"0"97 MERRILEA FARMS LEO KAPLAN, Owner Dealer In High Grade and Regiftered Cattle Telephone 796 8: 797 85 SILVER STREET 2 5 GREAT BARRINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS Szm Our With the Bef: . . INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE WHEELER 81 TAYLCR, INC. Tel. One GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. 3101010101-0' 0K0N0f0K0f'-0' 401'0Y9 Complimerztf of WHITE STALLION RANCH 0 O 0 HILLSDALE NEW YORK SERVICE PHARMACY SOUTHFIELD TAXI SERVICE Take advantage of our fine PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 24 HOUR SERVICE Alwayy at Fair Pricex Direct Agents For G0 ANYWHERE - ANY TIME EASTMAN - KODAK AND POLAROID CAMERAS E11 SHeHieId 2295159 Exclusive PIOCIUCES Redjgnablg Rgfej-Fully In-fufed oo-19 9' Toyo, oo ,O SERVICE R DRUGS 5 1 AIR - LINE -- BUS 3- I ma!! - 0 5 AND TRAIN CONNECTIONS CANAAN -1- CONN. '. I0 WEIE4' fn Hgnv 0"0"0"0N0'N0' 84 ' 40"07'01 Compliment! of CASEY'S GARAGE Sales and Service of FORD - MERCURY - FALCUN Tel. TAylor 4-5455 CANAAN, CONNECTICUT LEE'S ESSO STATION LUBRICATION - TIRES - BATTERIES BRAKE WORK - MOTOR TUNE UP Corner East and State Road Great Barrington, Massachusetts NEW ENGLAND'S MOST FAMOUS BARN 31198 in the Berkshires socml ecnsmom, mAssAcHusms WONDERLAND RESORT OF THE EAST Homertyle Dinnem and Lzmcheom Sunday Smorgasbord - Banquets - Transients Welcome All Private Party and Group Bminerf Meeting Ftzcilitief Tel. Gt. Barrington 434 for Reservations Visit the JUG END BARN COUNTRY SHOP OPEN ALL YEAR owowafa-to-sa' 85 JK 10" 10561101107 10" fC0"0161 YOUR SCHOOL SAVINGS BANK GREAT BARRINGTON SAVINGS BANK All Deposits Insured in Full GREAT BARRINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS WARD'S NURSERY AND GARDEN CENTER GREAT BARRINGTON MASSACHUSETTS NEW MARLBORO STAGE GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. D N1-:W ENGLAND,S AMERICANA MARKETPLACE A complete source of Early American Fur- niture, lamps, lighting fixtures, china, glass. You haven't seen the Berkshires if you haven't seen Jenifer House. Don't miss Seth and jed's nostalgia filled Country Store in the Big Red Barns on Stockbridge Road, Route 7, One Mile North of Great Barrington. Open Every Day. Tel. 1500 01'-0"'0'0'?40" 86 JK '01' 101' '0f0'01'0f 10v0K0+'0" 6 ac BROVERMAN'S MARKET l ' FU CQ 'S MEATS AND GROCERIES "From a Shoe Lace MENS and BOYS' CLOTHING to a T - Bone" and SHOES Phone '57 515 MAIN STREET STATE ROAD GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. Compliment: of . JOHNNY'S RESTAURANT Telephone TAylor 4-7658 CANAAN CONNECTICUT TACONIC BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., INC. Bu, E "Mon Ezergtbiizg In Building Materzkzlf' .l 9 rift LF-i"' And All Your Glass and Mirror Needs For Glass - Phone 85 - Building Materials - Phone 600 GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. 0:0-ova-nova, 88 631 '0f61'0"w0f '0"0H0N0Y '01' x95 MQ? - t. o'toole a sons incorpmmvrl offset printvrs and 11i1ul1'r.s'.s'iru'1' 1891 lccclrfr uuvnuc' - Sllllfll norwalk. Umm. E' L f as -1 ' . 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