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

 - Class of 1966

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Yi 'Q t '1 , ll , 1 X i' . 5 A I1 i 4 1 5. :fx W 1 I i w 4x Bushnell-Sage Memorial Library Sheffield, Mass. aurigan mount everett regional sheffield, massachusetts 1966 PW' 1-vu.. Q! I l F A-I K! GTE. .xi ' I L QW! Nb- -XX Q 3. -RQ., fi A lhd ,SJ .. .H 1 , f I F Y", , 'ali' 3. ,QQ .Ji ,Tia ar -. 4 3""" Eff.. .. wi-. iM-fL " Dedicated to 3 S S ring:---W 2 Cb QS., 'N 6 Sk. lub NNC1- .Sf ,J "xYQ','fiZ" P f-.-3-"-'ii - ,- ' A A X K 5 J ' A qt,-1 if-1 Anvw ll WALLYS TRUCKING - I SERVICE 1' i - ln fix the pirit and Ideals of auth F14 '7 I ... ag! these are deeds that should not pass away, f Ll! B133 31" 1 4 .L ixx N16 nl l xx 3 . ' J 'Vi U4 3 .lt , s'N fmt. Qu, P" . 1, I--7' R . 'rn K 'Ta'- 'lf vi H x N, RX -A x,-- x ,11- Ju-..L..l4 1 ,fe ffzyif be 11' ff Q10-an 1 V ,- ,- . --Z 5, so X Xxx ,S T 'W i Y -gs? f' I 1 'uv- f" 'lx xi 'A fx x omewhere Beyond C 'N ff if . I . 14 V '- lh, cg Q.,-,. " ' N" 5 ' "hk'E"' "W F A I I I, S N , X "Sp ,x 13 Pep Band Stage Band Glee Club 1 g , 3 3 f Ax ,, ,,,L, , Z' Ay if ., ffx"f"'-'wf?Z'31 A f W sv! f 1 5? Iunior High journalism f'-. IS , , . -' xi .4 " ,I fza A 5 Y xalyiiq Newspaper Club ." va x 'Q S 1 ,ix vii'- W I A Hall Monitors Driver Education Model Making Club if e I 'hr American Field Service I5 "nl 125 '5 GG Allied Youth . Wg., .',..... I .ea 18 ,JM-l Fifi P545 Uv ,Pg an QM! 'Ti' .l fx. Camera Club 3 J an-4 G ah VQQK N I M cl.- I Girls' Cooking Club ' i Q , ,,,. 1 A T i I as 'Q I 5 1 .2 1 Graphic Arts s 'v .V ' Q '- ZH AI Um! limvking I5 ulurc lczlt hers of America 05 Q ' l'1'ljJ J-WJ-A Chess Club 1 National Honor Society-Row 2: L. Shepard, G. Wuori, C. Burnett G. Mager, A. Hamilton, S. Sellew. Row 1: H. Robbins, Secretary Hilda Chase, President: Norman Kinzie, Vice President: Sharon Barnes Treasurer: Christine Bartzsch. rw, A 45 Sponsored by BERKSHIRE OIL E C Library Club -Q, -'IAA 'kfa x u Audio Visual Aids If---Q. x I 1 J-it l ' '. - ,,2 - 'K I ' A.. ,fir ,Q E1 fl V., 'uf l 3 ',x U l" ,v ,: f-,wi',5,, rx lf ll Q w w" 5 , . ' j 9 . . o.0. LU X W k 1 Student Council - President: Thomas Smith, Vice President: Norman Kinzie, Secretary: Hilda Chase, Treasurer: Christopher Burnett. ' 9 1, . Q X ,'i7.'Q! Qleeuil vi I Yearbook Club Sponsored by T. OTOOI I' 8: SONS junior High Dramatics K Girls' Basketball Team Dramatics Girls' Volleyball Team Sponsored by Sheflield Pharmacy MA 3-Jf'wM sf ALT. . ff' A--T' Groundskeeping Ski Club Q ' D xl v GQ -Q Girls' Hockey Team F1 N-X x -,5 N K' .Q--,.1:ff ff'zw , ea r f 4"X'1S- V N gifevvyh' ' 4 A' 3 '5 J' gi J." QA .LJ, 'y Q . A fx .: as 6 A. MAIJ' if ,Hs . 1 . - .im . .W 4 Mg a , A rf, A I , S 5 , 8, 4 P' 1 W sr' Y , n V 5 ga gif A..,fgs ' . 5' L Quik? is 2 5 O I . ak' I X f ,I S I NN., it 05.511 "QF .Fm Q' J' 5'-V 21.51- Nw 'WX f-1 Izlil' H' vQ 51 ... Q ., ., .. . A , .,,, , . , ..,,...,..... Q. . ,. . ' 'i4..,." "'u,. Y ,, . . .. ,T 'm:."q:. , ,,... .Al V , V A 'fbi '09 . f, . V 'Wm FOOTBALL ROSTER: P. Amidrwii. T. Brmwks. C. Burnett, R. Butler, D. Campbell, Z. Carter. J. Cavalier, B. Chapin, R. Criirik. H. Crime. B. Dodge. D. Duiyea, B. Emlwerlin D. Gllllflllll. T. Gunzinger VI. I-Inward. N. KINZIE- CAPTAIN, ISI. Kirchner D. Lfipcz. E Olmsted. R Pautivt. R. Ruthcl, R. Saun- ders, T. Shmulsl-cy, D. Smith. G. Stover. V. L'll- rich. VI. Van Deusen. 1 I LAL! r .fwvi .vi . ., . .1 r 1- A., ' so -T ffm i l70O7'I3.AlLL SCHIfI7l 'I.If Opjmmazl McC'.mn Tech. Vimrliccsvillc C h.itl1.im T.ll'I1.1I'.lC V.m Rc-nss.1lc.1r Q7Cli.lXK'.1l11lCli Rocliflf--l.1i1SCii Scxirlcs Smre llfffm 1' I2 R8 Mt. Fxcrctt 34 0 Xbiirlin-csx'illc 2543 ftl1.lll1.1lN S8 2l ill.1IN.lf.lC IO O Yan Rciiw.ilc.ir If 6 Oyk.ixx'.1inicl4 ILO RoclitT-hlaiiscii Q0 6 Suirlcs 21 Cheerleaders x 1. , ff ff ff yf J ff: 1, 2' J I ,141 ' ' ,W Q 1 f . . ,ff , rf 1, 2, , v W ,-f 'xv V, 'lbw ,f Qffn 4, f 4,1 4, ,,. ,,,, km , aff f J' 'I f?, , .,r lay' ,, 1 X' M :LW X A 5 1 1 ,f T' I'Q"UN " .X ,-'- 91 1 Q.. 43 in x,-. B X... N... junior Varsity Roster J. Bennett, R. l5l.1ntl1artl, R. Butler W". Chapin, 'lf Dtimhrttwslqi, R Dozier. vl Gwltlent R. Rtitllel W' Stliooninaker, 'lf Sintller, D, Smith, C. Tithe- nor. V, l'llritl1, A. XX"ells. Varsity Roster: C. Burnett, 1. COSGRIFF-CO-CAPTAIN, W. Dodge, K. Frengs, G. Moulton, D. Price, L. Schoonmaker, W. SCHOONMAKER-CO CAPTAIN, T. Smith. it' 'X i Varsity Basketball Schedule Ofrfnnlwll Sc'rn'r.' llnfllllef Roe-jan 89-55 Mt. Everett Ot'l4aw.unit'k 59-58 Mt. Everett Chatham 97x79 Chatham Chatham 88+78 Chatham Housutonic Valley 83x62 I-lousatonic NXi'illiams 7-i-45 Mt. Everett Mc Cann 96--17 Mt. Everett Lenox 68-55 Lenox Chester 76-46 Mt. Everett Lee 69-58 Lee Mc Cann 97K5l hit. Everett Searles 70-6' Searles Williziiiis 81-80 Williams Lenox 71'-68 Ivft. Everett Roe-jan 68f65 hit. Everett Chester 87-74 Mt. Everett Lee 66e60 Lee Searles 79F72 Searles 104' I Valley Tl Sponsored by The Village Green .xl M I .i - Adu, 1 nf' ,. Tl VARSITY BASEBALL ROSTER: A. BACHE'I4'I'IfCAP'I'AIN, D. Bzwhctti, K. Burnett, J Cusgriff. H. Crime, B. Dodge. F. Frengs, K. Frengs, L Glllifffll. E, bluhnsnn, G. Mcmultmmn, W. SCh0onmak61', T Smith. G. Stover. 'iii' "T .v ,tl 4, 15 ,S M :fa f. . " M A 3' 4 'Q' ., , " ff' 1 5 , v',, ""'1 ,ugif 1' , Rx A, ii l, 1 ., I , wh-nov 1 "iz f' I ffffx +--ff' 5 E ' I Q fa-H me 'QW H .lf QE'Tgix's1'rE ' F I - . , A lb. .r- IUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL ROSTER: Rou' 2: B. Iviesser, T. Sindler. S. Cary. G. Peck. D. Smith. B. Marion. Roz. 1: L. Lanoue, S. Dc-Land. T. Gunzinger. B. Chapin. B. Burler. R. Manghuc-. J. A Hendrick. Absenlz K. Brown, M. Finn. B. Mazeralle. I.. Schwunmaker. R. Rurhcl. , 1 l JPN A .Q .. I X . X Q .. 1- N3 n v Q- . W.- y',9l',l. V X. Gaull- -9.1.4 ' . .lf we ua ' .M . we-" ""' , -in:-'33f""af l. B ,S my 12 .Q .4 B Q- .A w ,Q I H , , Man.. -Q- Q' 4. ix I if ,Rx ,,, ,L DS.:-1' .1 S ,, M 1-W 'L Ox ,,.-,-an-Ili' 4-f 5 if 'N Y, ,..m- M .. , . ku ww- -- """"l Y ' ,JP ', jim' Alf' f-1 , ff. V f ? XX , XZ Gymnastics Schedule Opponent Score l1"imzer 94.50 58.75- 91.80 89.00 71.43 83.75 74.10 88.55 79.40 70.80 84.10 Minnechaug 56.05 Minnechaug 91.05 Mt. 86.20 Bit. 62.99 Mt 82.25 Mt. 56.70 Mt Everett Everett Everett Everett Everett 81.00 Minnechaug 60.90 Mt. Everett 51.60 Mt. Everett Mt Everett finrshed second in the Western Mass Champronslmps Competrtron not yet completed at time of :k,kHOUS3tOHlC Valley, :H'Drury, t""'Palmer We---. E Adams Cboth teamsj, 5 :'fState Champronships .5 P1 u i II fini' C ROSS C UI NITRX QC HI DI II U1 11! 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Ph ,. -Auerbach INR.. dl :Ii s ' X' Q. rr 3' rg ' 1 'F 1 'Fla 24 -'Or -I, af: Sponsored by Mrs. Mary Willets k"'Q"",3, TJ? 5 C ff A-3 ""f'h it '5v'JI- - ' x "Fine art is that in zvbicb the band, the bead, and the bear! go together. " -Ruskin AREA YL .eq ' li.. tj., ,' - ' 4, 1'f,Y.,g-V .Vi 4 g .:, , 4 If 2,4..!,,333,m ' avi? 'iw J T a if -N' ':.'2?- gno- -cr M-"3,,:-I fl" W ""'f" - wtf! '- lm wt-wg, .gnu ,,.,,,, -gurewvshiai mv,-.,-avfwqkli F Q ' 1 A ,Af ,Marx 5 . 1: -"4 eq , W, ' l i I 3 . ' -' . " 5 sf Q 4 ,bf , . ,S- , .r A f f ' , N Y ' 'ln fr Q . 'W ., 'wiv iv I 1 fvf. 1-, WL-.v . Sikhs -' ,-...,. Q1 8 ,...,-..i.....,-.Y 1 fa, Q, ,.,....--nib-"""""""""' ,PN xx X . 5. " sl :ze N. Y H Sponsored by Mill River Store Ana' names that must not wither. -Byron 36 I - 1:1-QU S - v N .sg .'u aff .. fb K 6 V k.1.lhv'vi 'Q ' h E1 r ' - , Q - ' ' if f " 'f' Qi' 1: 4 Y ' Q H Ar xg - Q IQ' - N . ' 5. Ji---- ' ' -Nuys -...Q-gil!! -15:1-"N . Ai: 1 . N A k . ,f ik S 0 if james A. Shiminski, ViCC-Prillfip-ll Albert Trocchi, Principal iv ,,,,,,.,,of-l--f' HKS: .ixx.-.' .X . in-4.x-.urls ve-.u!i1nl11Ih1ln.1n-Aun.n-n.ng 1 IZA Administration -Homer Paul McDonald, Superintendent Q H z.m11X11l live' .4 tu-W-n'i1l,1jl """1 , .-.N . "'flf.: an School Committee Members ALFORD: Raymond F. Realg EGREMONTZ NY'.1ltcr N. Burg , Cfl1.airm.1n. Angus R Nltllfzwnlrl, MONTEREY: john A. Ryderg NEW MARl.l'3OROL'GH. l.lnwuml l. Corset. Frank R XY It 1 rrfm . SHEFFIELDZ Mrs. lrmgard Bartzsch, Neil G. Fletcher. fldftilxl R. Stover. Vue-fl1.1ir'n.nn. Edward Warren. "By mutual cozyidezzce mm' mzzfzzfzl aid . . ." lv-' Qi .ai Mllll History and Social Studies 'UT SCIENCE H. Oleen, B.S. R. Chamberland, A.B. G. Yankee, B.S. M. Manley, B.Ed. J. Kelley, B.A. ENGLISH M. Brolli, B.A. E. Davis, B.A., M.Ed. N. Flanagan, B.A. B. Rhoades, B.S. J. Keefner, B.S.Ed. B. Fryc, B.S. R. Brolli, B.A. INDUSTRIAL ARTS J. Shiminski, B.S.Ed. R. Farnum, A.E., B.S.Ed. PHYSICAL EDUCATION R. Maghery, B.S.Ed., Ed.M. M. Fitch, B.S. G. Yankee, B.S. HISTORY AND SOCIAL STUDIES L. Preiss R. Gauthier, A.B. J. Keefner, B.S.Ed. M. Brolli, B.A. B. Fryc, B.S.Ed. G. Yankee, B.S. J. Herlihy, B.A., M.A. LIBRARY J. Heimann, B.A. GUIDANCE L. Preiss W. Mielke, A.B., M.A. W. Brogna, A.B., M.A. FRENCH R. Cote, A.B. N. Flanagan, B.A. ART' G. May, B.S.Ed., M.Ed. MUSIC M. Wartella, B.S., M.M. PSYCHOLOGY W. Brogna, A.B., M.A. HOME ECONOMICS P. Larkin, S.B. READING CONSULTANT M. Garrahan, BSE., M.Ed., C.A.G.S. ADJUSTMENT CONSULTANT V. Stowe, B.A., M.S. BUSINESS A. Dullea, B.S.Ed., M.Ed. W. Fennell, B.S., M.Ecl. MATH R. Dunham, B.S.Ed, R. Brolli, B.A. M. Manley, B.I24l. J. Kelley, B.A. W. Fennell, B.S., M.ELl. H. Oleen, B.S. A. Trocchi, A.B., Mlfnl. Psychology r K 1 9 Y-mg JZ xj4f if X 5 X Ni 1'-f '51 -5 " Nu 1... x' ' f . A . Skis, Q gl Q, 3 'YS vi ffl?"-r-Jn i ' L I fff,f-Na"'N Q 13. ,, .7 1 "eff",:fyxb! . - I ... :QW ,N jig? S N ,.5,,.:5, .IJ ,.,,4q.,,.r1g 5: K- -- lxlwf I ,441 I Home Economics Wvfr N hw.-.. ....,?. J 5 " G my 'x Reading Consultant TT" Q-.0 uxf ' Adjustment Counselor Ml NX ,ii Business Ai JUS Qgf' "NS- 'NJ iv' X! X x H , X N Q r ,t 42 3 These who serve by cleaning cooking organizing WP1118 recording building aiding students and teachers These are essential to the efficient operation and co-opera tive spirit of this school. Sponsored by David j. Tierney, jr., Inc. he-.DA'Wf"t06"mn qw Q Aw , ""'!." Yf il. Ml- 1, . W., - .4-ggi-vw J-1.1. UQll2:!f?""., 1 1, ,wg ,ik , . . Rnu' 9: S. Leining, P. Fav, R. Ifinlverlin, -I. Quik. D. Miller, D. Ives, jnlinstnn, T. Zucui, Wfliitehnuse, P. V.in Deusen, VI. Sin.ill. Run' 8: M. Diiiiibrnwslfi, C. Allsup, A. Bassett, K. Pelcrul, A. W'l1eeler. P. Szilislvury. D Diniin. D. S.ilzniiinn. S. Brandt, S. Glensen, B. XVhisenant. Rau' 7: K. Hunt, UI. Streeter, D. D.iy, C R.ilini, M. INfarcliiiii1e, D. Stevens. D. Pc-tlersun, If. Mufghizi, NW. West. Ruiz' 6: S, lxICNtlIl11lf.l, D. Ciregiiiw. D. Ht'.lllI. S. Van Deusen, S. I.'I-Iuininedieu, Carter, M. Clark, D. Irvine. D. FSHITNISHNYfPRIfSIDENT. Rau' 5: M. Bgichetti, A Cavalier, W. Gulutta, GIlI.O'l"I'A4-TRFASI'RliR, D Buclaley. B. Parker. A. Bamtulii, ISI. Smith. M. Spahr, Brazee, B. Butler. Razz .41 M. vluliiiwii. If. Harp, B. XVATSONfSIiCRE'I'ARY, M. Wfelch, I-. Riislca, D. Hainlcev, R. I.it-lwstli, M. Shuts, A. C.ll'l'1Ill, C. hfeyer. Ruiz' 3: I.. Ifscudern, H. Small, C. Can- niiitii. I.. Ruud. B. Pliilliws. N Pliilliws, I.. Briggs. N. Pasclie. P. Thorn, R. Hardisty, Rau' 2: I I XV. Caiiiplwell, If. Phillips, D. Mgity, R. Turner, B. NX'ulsh, F. Clnuser, J. Delmnlinu. R. Hill, S. Buclietti. Rffzr' I: VI, Harvey, S. COI.I.INS'fS'I'llDIiN'l' COIINCII., B. Cunsnlini. Dailey, G. Drietnll, I, lNIiiui'e. I Antlersiin. 'lf HARRIGANSVICIZ PRIESIDENT. XXI. Gunn. CLASS of 1971 44 .ff if ,?' P541 , 2' Q5,, 5 ,,,,, gas 'A 2520, 4 0 P'1 I , . CL of 1970 11' 9: I, -Iwlmsun, I Fr.1r.1Iwm'. 7 .YQ Mg 3 22 fg,-I8 I .9 'nv .. ' Q 09' 5 ills -.iv XY' NIM-H11-r11.xI4c'r. II K1rxImcr.R I,.l1flfN1'II,XX' 'IvlZI'IICI', II NHL Imm. Cf Ifllwtr. I,, Inc-rcc. D Dcrugwcv. CS UIIINIURI7 SI! RI IARY IC :I .H I Iqiwcxfr. Ix INIiIIig.1n, A. I.4-ffmgwcll, S 'I'urm'r, N Durvc-.1, S IIIIIILIXJ, I Ihxmum. C I I IRINQQ 'IRI ASVRI Ix IXII Cilmsc. Rfm' 'Z If Prxlcv, .I CIIIJPIII, II c.lI'C', I. Ifummm. S xI.IIINII, XX KIIIIIFIIIQQTA Y II.--Ilu 5 Cfrnnk. ,I V.m IUUIWII, S "I'urmAr R144 fw C' I'I11II1py I VIII! I YII III XII fUI XC II bf I'.uI4IxnI-4. A I.1c-IKII1. R XY'.uxI. M M.1ngI1m: Ii I:IntIIur, I3 Kun, XX Law. I" N:-iwh K 5 'I' Iflcnung, II Dunlwp. R Raulxrmg. I II.Iu.ar'.I, M Sm.1II, M XY.u::':: x X'.a:"u. X NIxm1:IxIv If MIQIIQC, C IIuI1IIcwn Rm. 1, R fwx, I Iwuxwm, I U! .-:'mII Ii Iwi N UQ"1Ntc.IA N I'a.1II, II I'I1mI1m'4, I' Iimk, II IKM Rf 1. 3 S UImN:c.I, M N:m'Iw, U Iiz.aQI-Ir, I Swuzwx Ix cgwrv, D f'r'f-llwfr, R Muller, I linux.-l'lIm. M XYUIQII If :. ' I Imp I XYUU' I X'.IIIxl Ii III.ANfIIIARI7 I'RI5SII7I5N'If I7 Iwms I' II.IIIIII4WN!III, X lamb MI, I IQIYIT1' If :. I Zuuu, D XY'.lrm-lm. Ci M.1,'cr.lIIL'. XY' 'IN115v my I I'I11II::'x XY S"'11w. 1' XI 4 wx I " SAIXMANN VIC If PRI SID rv' las f"u"wpgAF't""tr'5. Q KJ' it if Rau' 9: V. Ullrich, D. Van Deusen, I Smith, Warner, F. Emmons, R. Hankey, N. Stalker, R. Cronk, F. Rood, C. Stalker, T. Funk. Ruu' 8: S. O'Connell, A. Wells, B. White, I. Candy, J Golden, D. Hankey, D. Lopez, VI. Van Deusen, K. Wheeler, C. German. Rau' 7: N. Pshenishny B. Walsh, A. Gohle, I-. Scholz, P. Funk, A. Wuori, P. Irvine, I-. Tryon, I. Klein, M. Rokos, J. Haywood. Ron' 6: S. Riiskil, N. Clark, -I. lNlarcl1g1nd, N. Hinmzm, D. Brttzie, K. CROCKETTf VICF-PRFSIDFNT, S. Gage, D. Parker, C. Dodge. Run' 5: I. Ives, S. Barrier, M. Machia, S. Van Deusen, P. Pezze, DI. Bennett, U. Liehseh, M. Pasche, I-I. Campbell, A. Pasche. Rau' 4: B. MC NAMARAfSTUDFNT COUNCIL, T. CRUlKSHANKfSECRETARY, S. Small, D. Kelsey S. Gillette, I.. Brandt, B. Ball, P. Welch, S. Cushman, C. Zuceo, C. Spahr. Razz' 3: N. Pederson R. Carter, C. Drumm, W. Carton, M. Finn, T. KOLDYS--TREASURER, R. Wheeler, G. MCPeak C. Eichstedt Rwu' 2: G Ball, R. Dooley, Gulotta, F. Duryea, B. Butler, D. Holmes, B. Trapnell K. Guurthu. Run' I: P. Amidon, P. Weigle, R. MacKenzie, T. Sindler, D. Smith, T. Brooks, C. Agar. CLASS o 46 in .. ,, zbi F I I I rx ,X C q Na-r' CLASS of Qc'- 51 VI i I- ' 0 I fl? I CQ 'L X--s XJ , WfI.4I 3. '1n, I . Jsx ffff 'N wif -y vgf if fl ,,' 1968 Run' 'J R MIQAIIM1 R D-Illur, XY' KI.1Im, II II.1rxcx, I Nkzrgw Lv II Iipvi R IN? 'zaxxj I5 wfflghf Rffu' H I. XY'I11rr.1Iu'r. II' Iluxmx N I'..IfI7.."' I5 Rum" Ii Ii:.a.mf I I5 '-I A D Pxxlcv. 5 Cir.1wfUrII, 'IA I'mrw-un R 1. ' I' Yam Ihmv' XX I I E129 " R N1 git . 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MICHAEL KIRCHNER 4,1 ,,..rl' 1 3 an ' KT' f .1 X I f gli - 5 . alia 544,511 V .3 'QZZYQ' .'-'lf-' ,Liiiiiig , My xiffiiiifi? M7 I. f?'f I!fI.Qjggi,,. .:- K ..1.gaEE?:52 s -I .... faiiaim Q ICN 'xh es, I t""" v I .rs in-pf 465.69 wx-f. PHYLLIS LEFFINGXWELL ANNA MAE MEYER ,IUDITH ANN LOSAXV MICHAEL MIELKE, JR. IVLIANNE MACY ELIZABETH MORRISSEY Daring most anything, 'THD 'QU 'X 135 'wx if X , 5 GEORGE MOULTON SUZANNE MOULTON EDXXLARD OLMSTED racing madly through life - eager for each new experience - an--up f I xl 'K , -.N-.A i-Ili DEBORAH LOUISE PAGE JOHN CHARLES PALFINI GREGORY ELXVIN PECK in 'Qu' J NANCY JANE PEKRUL ROBIN PHILLIPS IOANNE RUTH PLACE dreaming crying slaarin g dancing studying being lonely awkward happy nzystified I we 5 , X :X A 1 !XY , .V V , A K Yu A EL I l. sz? 'S X '1 yy f.,.N..... -. .. ' I 5, , . M. DAVID KEVIN PRICE DONNA SITSAN RACE HORACE ROBBINS, JR. 5-5- Iffl an A 'I I I kk' , . ..... ,C .- p :.3:R.i..:. , ::?'-.1 ZIV I-:L ' ...., , . . 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Sponsored by LORING STUDIOS DONALD DELLEA CAMILLE MANGI-IUE JOSEPH MORANDI JOHN OSBERG, JR: GERALD PIXLEY LLOYD WHITE fn ,www-4, " M X 'gin 'aff AMW 9' its ,gg x52 X Q ,X g,.j'1 , sv- ZQQYLLW 521' Qf ,.. , ,, .,t.,,,,. , 1 1. Mfrf Q.: f,1.X - ,- ' b , 'H JN W X F My fr- .'- . wx. . ,XM , ef -'ng -4 ' -g h Sgiqf f . . 4.0 3 :N . gf- -I -1.?:,w, A-'48 .- .yy Q -. MA .X QQA' . ' -. 'MPV' 15 ,x,,.p.., W , Y-1?-f nga: .hi V., 5 .Q 1 Qlaxdfiwfxa ' H , 'if . . W-X .1,",':.w z -14 jg,- 2 Q ., ,YBQFQA ,jj-, ,gl-,X W! Z .:1..f'5'. J 5 1 2' I .. 1 ,,jHPf4' -P EE Q -mvbmwf M 4w.9u-, pf .I , 77' fl' Cx SENIOR SUMMIT PIZTIZR ROBERTSON AMIDON, "Pierre": Worcester, Mass., February 10, 1949, Class Vice-President 4, Yearbook Senior Sec- tion Editor 4, Football 3, 4, Gymnastics Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Volley- ball 3, 4, Intramurals 1, Chess Club 1, Ski Club 1, 2, Wrestling Club 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Allied Youth 2, Student Exchange Program 3. BARBARA JEAN BALL, "Barb": Sheffield, Mass., April 27, 1948, Clothing Construction Club 1, GAA 1, Glee Club 1, 2, Gymnastics Club 1, Dramatics Club 2, Girls' Cooking Club 2, 4. SHARON ANN BARNES, "Sherry, Senrab": Housatonic, Mass., March 23, 1948, Class Treasurer 1, Class President 2, Student Council Secretary 2, National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 4, Yearbook Compilation Editor 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, Allied Youth 1, 4, Pep Squad 1, Gymnastics Club 2, Prom Committee 3, Future Teachers Club 4, Newspaper Typist 4. CHRISTINE ANN BARTZSCH, "Chris": Bronx, New York, September 2, 1948, Class President 1, Student Council 1, Year- book Editor-in-Chief 4, National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Trea- surer 4, Glee Club 1, Allied Youth 1, Gymnastics Club 2, News- paper Club 3, Future Teachers Club 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. MARSHA ALICE BOCK: Poughkeepsie, New York, October 16, 1948, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Allied Youth 1, Prom Committee 3, Yearbook Co-ordinator 4. KEITH C. BROWN: Canaan, Conn., June 14, 1948, Baseball 1, Volleyball 3, 4, Chess Club 1, 2, 3. CATHERINE ELLEN CAGNEY, "Cathy, Yengac": New Marl- boro, Mass., July 18, 1948, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, Allied Youth 1, 2, 4, Pep Squad 1, Girls' Cooking Club 4. ZAYLE THOMSON CARTER, "Unitas": Great Barrington, Mass., May 16, 1947, Football 1, 2, 4, Gymnastics Team 2, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Soccer Club 3, Baseball 4, Intramurals 1, 2. STEVEN FORREST CARY, "Etienne": Seekonk, Mass., March 13, 1948, Bay State Award 3, Baseball 1, Cross Country 1, 2, Gymnastics Club 1, 2, Gymnastics Team 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. HILDA JEAN CHASE: Tunbridge, Vermont, April 19, 1948, Student Council Secretary 1, 3, 4, National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 4, Head Majorette 4, Al- lied Youth 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, GAA 1, Glee Club 1, Newspaper Club 2, 3, Prom Committee 3, Yearbook Literary Editor 4, Dramatics Club 3. ELSWORTH JERIOD CLOUSER, "Jerry", Hartford, Conn., April 30, 1948, Volleyball Team 2, 3, 4, Soccer Club 3, Audio- Visual Aids 4, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Oil Painting Club 2, Intra- murals 2, 3, Golf Club 3. JOHN FRANCIS COSGRIFF: Shetlield, Mass., May 20, 1948, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 3, Boys' State 3, Intramurals 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Allied Youth 1, Golf Club 3, 4. GEORGE ROBERT CROCKETT: Long Island, New York, May 21, 1948, Soccer Team 1, Soccer Manager 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Chess Club 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, Allied Youth 1, 2, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Yearbook 4. ELEANOR ROSE THERESA CRONK, "Ele": Sheflield, Mass., May 23, 1948, Glee Club 1, 2, GAA 1, Majorette Club 2, Girls' Cross Country 2, Future Teachers Club 3, 4, Allied Youth 3, 4, Yearbook 4. DONALD ALAN DELLEA, "Tiny": Pittsfield, Mass., April 9, 1948. THOMAS CROSBY DOANE: New Marlboro, Mass., Septem- ber 7, 1948, Soccer 1, 2, Co-Captain 2, Cross Country 3, 4, Captain 4, Basketball 2. 3, Volleyball 4, Ski Club 1, Chess Club 1, 2, Intramurals l, 2, Model Club 2, Dramatics Club 2, Golf Club 3, 4. RUTH EVELYN DURYEA, "Ruthie, Aeyrud": Housatonic, M9-SS-, lilly 3, 19483 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, Allied Youth 1, 2, 4, Pep Squad 1, Ski Club 2, 4, Golf Club 3, Girls' Cooking Club 4. LYNN MARIE FARNUM: South Egremont, July 11, 1948, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, Majorette Club 2, Girls' Cross Coun- try 2, Dramatics Club 4. CLARENCE L. FLEMING: Burlington, Vermont, March 13, 1947. SHARON LEE FLETCHER, "Sherry": Cheshire, Mass., Feb- ruary 13, 1949, GAA 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Allied Youth 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette Club 2, Girls' Cross Country 2, Future Teachers Club 4, Yearbook 4. DAVID JOHN FLYNN, "Dave": New Haven, Conn., October 18, 1947. JEAN MADELINE FRENGS, "Jeanie": Sheftield, Mass., Oc- tober 15, 1948, Cheerleading 3, 4, Yearbook Secretary 4, Gym- nastics Club 2, GAA 1, Glee Club 2, Future Teachers Club 4, Allied Youth 4. WILLIAM NILES GAGE, "Billy": Great Barrington, Mass., October 16, 1947, Gymnastics Team 3, 4, Stage Band 3, Golf Club 3. JEANNE MARIE GILLETTE: Great Barrington, Mass., Novem- ber 27, 1948, GAA 1, Allied Youth 1, Glee Club 3, Yearbook 4, Newspaper Typist 4. ROBERTA ANN GILMORE, "Robbie": Lee, Mass., April 11, 1948, Student Exchange Program 1, Student Council 2, Debat- ing Club President 2, Glee Club 1, GAA 1, 2, Gymnastics Club 1, Assembly Committee 2, Ski Club 2, Girls' Cross Country 2. PETER ANTHONY GULOTTA, "Wap": Great Barrington, Mass., March 20, 1948, Baseball 1, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, In- tramurals 1, 2, Golf Club 3, Prom Committee 3. DEBORAH LOU GUNZINGER, "Debbie, Lou", Brattleboro, Vermont, November 27, 1948, Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4, Student Exchange Program 3, Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Gym- nastics Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, Pep Squad President 1, Allied Youth 1, 3, Mathematics Club 2, Girls' Cross Country 2, Girls' Cooking Club 2, Sculpturing Club 3, Yearbook Features Editor 4. SUSAN MARIE HALL, "Sue": Great Barrington, Mass., Sep- tember 17, 1947, Cheerleading 4, Allied Youth 1, Glee Club 1, 3, GAA 2, Gymnastics 2, 3, Girls' Cooking Club 2, 4. VICTORIA MARIE JENSSEN, "Ickster": South Egremont, Mass., February 8, 1949, National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, Allied Youth 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Newspaper Club 2, 3, 4, Editor 4, Glee Club 1, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, Science and Math Club 2, Prom Committee 3, Yearbook 4. NORMAN FRANCIS KINZIE, "Norm": Peoria, Illinois, Au- gust 16, 1948, Class President 3, 4, Student Council Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4, National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 1, Math Club 2, Prom Committee Chairman 3, Future Teachers Club 3g Science Club 3, Newspaper Club 4, Yearbook 4. RICHARD MICHAEL KIRCHNER, "Chicken Fat": Great Bar- rington, Mass., October 25, 1948, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 1, 4, Baseball 3, Volleyball 4, Allied Youth 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4, Intramurals 1, 2, Chess Club 2, 3, Golf Club 3, Yearbook Sports Editor 4, Baseball Manager 4. PHYLLIS JEAN LEFFINGWELL, "Phil": Sheffield, Mass., Feb- ruary 6, 1948, GAA 1, 2, Library Club 1, Clothing Construction Club 1, Glee Club 2, 3, Chess Club 2, Bridge Club 2, Allied Youth 2, 3. JUDITH ANN LOSAW, "Judy": Middletown, Conn., June 13, 1947, Band 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 3. JULIANNE MACY, "Julie": Shefheld, Mass., March 24, 1948, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Golf Club 33 Yearbook 4. CAMILLE MANGHUE, JR.: Canaan, Conn., December 25, 1946, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 3, Intramurals 1. ANNA MAE MEYER, "Cookie": Sheffield, Mass., April 12, 1948, National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, Class Vice-President 3, Allied Youth 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 1, Pep Squad 1, Mathematics Club 2, Newspaper Club 3, Camera Club 3, Golf Club 3, Prom Committee 3, Yearbook Photography Editor 4. WILLIAM EDWARD MICHAEL MIELKE, JR., "Miken: Boston, Mass., February 7, 1949, Allied Youth 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Ski Club 1, 2, Gymnastics Club 2. JOSEPH JOHN VICTOR MORANDI, "Joe": Alford, Mass., August 16, 1947, Baseball 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 4, Shop Club 2, Golf Club 3, Ski Club 4, Gymnastics Team 2. ELIZABETH ANN MORRISSEY, "Betsy": Brooklyn, New York, February 16, 1948. GEORGE HOWARD MOULTON: Danbury, Conn., February 13, 1949, Cross Country 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, Golf Club 3, 4. SUZANNE MOULTON, "Sue": Great Barrington, Mass., Au- gust 7, 1947, Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, Glee Club 2, Gymnastics Club 2, Allied Youth 2, 4, Girls' Cooking Club 4, Girls' Cross Country 2. EDWARD GEORGE OLMSTED, "Ed": Egremont, Mass., November 19, 1947, Football 3, 4, Boys' Cooking Club 2. JOHN HOWLLET OSBERG, JR.: Boston, Mass., December 20, 1946. DEBORAH LOUISE PAGE, "Kiddie": Egremont, Mass., De- cember 14, 1948, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, Ski Club 1, 4, Allied Youth 1, 2, Pep Squad 1, Girls' Cooking Club 4. JOHN CHARLES PALFINI: Great Barrington, Mass., August 19, 1948, Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 3, Intramurals 1, 2, Chess Club 2, Golf Club 3, Volleyball 4. GREGORY ELWIN PECK, "Greg": Great Barrington, Mass., August 7, 1948, Baseball 1, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, Chess Club 1, 2, Wrestling Club 1, Intramurals 1, 2, Gymnastics Club 2, Golf Club 3, Ski Club 4, Yearbook 4. NANCY JANE PEKRUL, "Nance": Sheffield, Mass., May 1, 1948, Class Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorettes 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, Allied Youth 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 1, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Golf Club 3, Prom Committee 3, Yearbook 4. ROBIN PHILLIPS: New York, New York, April 16, 1949, Glee Club 3, Newspaper Club 3, 4, Allied Youth 3, 4, Yearbook Art Editor 4. GERALD WAYNE PIXLEY: Great Barrington, Mass., August 31, 1947, Intramurals 1, 2, Gymnastics Club 2, Weight-Lifting 2, Industrial Arts Club 3. JOANNE RUTH PLACE, "Joan": Newport, Vermont, March 16, 1947, Glee Club 3, 4, Newspaper Club 3, Allied Youth 4, Yearbook 4. DAVID KEVIN PRICE, "Dave": Boston, Mass., March 23, 1948, Cross Country 1, 2, Baseball l, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 3, Wrestling Club 1, Intramurals I, 2, Ski Club 2, 3, Golf Club 3, Prom Committee 3, Allied Youth 4. DONNA SUSAN RACE, "Don": Sheffield, Mass., September 30, 1948, Allied Youth 1, 2, 3, Glee Club I, 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, Prom Committee 3, Girls' Cooking Club 4. HORACE HOMMER ROBBINS, JR., "Hob": Northampton, Mass., August 25, 1946, National Honor Society 4, Football l, 2, Basketball 2, 3, Future Teachers Club President 3, 4, Newspaper Club l, Allied Youth 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, Glee Club 3, Prom Committee 3, Yearbook Business Manager 4. WAYNE HENRY ROBBINS, "Joe": Northampton, Mass., De- cember 23, 1947, Football 3, Soccer I, 2, Intramurals 1, 2. MICI-IELE JOANPSADERA, "Miken: Flushing. New York, January 10, 1949, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 1, 3, 4, GAA 1, Newspaper Club 2, 3, Gymnastics Club 2, Golf Club 3. SUSANNE MARIE SAINIUELS, "Sue": Pittsfield, Mass., Iwfarch 14, 1948, Cheerleading 4, Allied Youth 3, 4, Newspaper Club 3, Yearbook 4. WARD ARMOND SCHOONMAKER, JR., "Schoonie": Cole- brook, Conn., October 13, 1947, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Allied Youth 1, Soccer Club 3, Yearbook 4. NANCY ANNE SINDLER, "Nance": Long Island, New York, October 18, 1948, GAA 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Allied Youth 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, Golf Club 3, Prom Committee 3, Year- book 4. KATHLEEN GLYNN SMALL, "Glynn": Shetiield, Mass., July 2, 1948, GAA 1, Gymnastics Club 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Cloth- ing Construction Club 1, Allied Youth 2, Newspaper Club 3, Golf Club 3, Prom Committee 3. RICHARD L. SMALL, "Dick": Ellsworth, Maine, October 29, 1947, Basketball 4, Future Teachers Club 4, Glee Club 4, Dra- matics Club 4, Yearbook 4. SUSAN ELNA SMITH, "Sue": Ashley Falls, Mass., October 14, 1948, GAA 1, 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Bridge Club 2, Allied Youth 2, 3, Yearbook 4. DOUGLAS IRVING STALKER, "Doug": Great Barrington. Mass., August 10, 1947, Football 1, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Allied Youth 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 4, Gymnastics Club 1, Oil Painting Club 2. CAROL MARGARET STEVENS: Southfield, Mass., July 13, 1948, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, Clothing Construction Club 1, Girls' Cooking Club 2, 4, Dramatics Club 2. ROBERT WALLACE STEVENS, "Boob": Southfield, Mass., October 4, 1948, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 1, Allied Youth 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. DAVID JON STREETER, "Dave": Hartford, Conn., July 20, 1946, Band 4, Glee Club 4. PIERCE HENRY THOMPSON, "Dafi:": Cambridge, Vermont, February 20, 1948, Chess Club 2. LINDA ELIZABETH TIDBALL, "Nina": Great Barrington, Mass., August 6, 1948, Glee Club 1, Ski Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Allied Youth 1, 2, 3, 4, Mathematics Club 2, Bridge Club 2, News- paper Club 2, Art Club 2, Dramatics Club 3, Sculpturing Club 3, Golf Club 3, Yearbook 4. CALEB TRAPNELL, "Cal": Asuncion, Paraguay. South Amer- ica, July 8, I947, Glee Club 4, Intramurals 4. JUDITH AUDREY VAN DEUSEN, "Jude": Shetlield, Mass.. March 16, 1948, Dramatics Club 1, 2, GAA 1, Class Vice-Presi- dent 2, Debating Club 2. ALLAN ROBERT VOSBURGH: Great Barrington, Mass., lieb- ruary 20, 1948, Science Club 1, Photography Club lg Oil Paint- ing Club 2, Sculpturing Club 3, Glee Club 4. DIANE MARIE WEST, "Di": Shetiield, Mass., June 23, 19-18, Cheerleading 4, GAA 1, 2, Glee Club l, 2, 3, Gymnastics Club 2, Allied Youth 2, 3, Ski Club 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Year- book 4. PATRICIA ANN WINTERS, "Pat": Shetlield, Mass.. Decem- ber 29, 1947, Library Club I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2. 3, -1, Allied Youth 3, 4. CORAL LLOYD WHl'l'Ii, "W'l'iitey"i Albany, New York, May 13, 1948, Basketball 2, Baseball 2. 4, Ski Club 2. 3. -11 Golf Club 3, Volleyball 43 Intramurals 2. 4. CYNTHIA ELLEN ZIICCO, "Cindy, Sissyni Great Barrington. Mass., February 12, 1948, Clieerleatling 1, 2, 3, -1, GAA I. 2: Clothing Construction Club lg Dramatics Club lg Girls' Cooking Club 2, 4, Allied Youth 2. 3, -ig Maiorettes Club 1, Glee Club 2, 3, Ski Club 4. 3 A4 or - 1 Sr ,W-.1 Z' M . bf I 3 Y 1 l V I 1 . '1 " 511' .---wx' A 'To business that we love we rise betime, And go to't with delight -Shakespeare Distinctive Gifts for Gracious Living, for Gracious Giving -evil so Pomliiem - QSC TRB 10 cwoi' OPEN EVERY N DAY 4-'22 A complete source for China, Glass, Dinnerware, Clocks, Candles, Lamps Xt Lighting Fixtures,Baskets 3a Pottery, Woodenware, Pewter, Brass 8a Copper, Door Stops, Hitching Posts, Weather- vanes, Braided 8a Hooked Rugs,Woven Coverlets, Place Matsto Table Linens, Gourmet Cookware, Colonial Hard- ware, Franklin Stoves, Andirons Sc Fireplace Equipment,Pictures. Wall Hangings, Mechanical Banks, Excit- ing Imports, Decorative Accessories, Documentary Fabrics 8cWallpapers, Upholstered Sc Early American Furn- iture, Authorized "Colonial Williams- burg" and "Henry Ford Museum Collection" ucti s,Authentic Americana. Recapture Yesteryeafs Nostalgia at Seth 89 J'ed's Country Store ir's ' Herbs and Spices Gourmet Foods , Old-Fashwned Maddie Proouoos Q '41-4 .- .,--3-1 -:, 5' G, f ea A "no vnu., oi 1 g - s B ..!. 2 I . x f 4 3 li A: lA .p- vjr F3 ,,,-hjgr ' , ' 75 ,171 - 4 X-'fi Candy Cho1ce Cheeses Imported Delicacies Jams and Jellies Apothecary Jars New E11g1a11ci's Annericana 1x.C:1rlcet1:1a.:c GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. In the Big Red Barns on Stockbridge Road, Route 7 1 Mile North of Great Barrington Telephone: Gt. Barr. 1500 Rcmcmbcr, ou ha y von vvn v vr 3 arm af you hmw'n'l svvn JIENIFER HOUSE! Complimentf of THE GREAT BARRINGTON SAVINGS BANK GREAT BARRINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS Collzpfinzefzlf of DECKER 8. BEEBE, INC. Telephone 824-5467 CANAAN, CONN. GREENFIELD'S GIFT AND TOY SHOP Barrington House Building GREAT BARRINGTON MASSACHUSETTS ,1,1.. wa Colzzplinzfzzfv of HARRY L. SCHREIBER'S CANAAN, CONN 824-7674 JUNIOR FIRE IVIARSHALS are on the lookout for fire hazards in the home. For insurance protection for your home, school, auto, or Iwusincss, consult: CARLTON W. FRENCH INSI 'RANCH SERVICE SIII2I7I7IITI.l7. NI .-XSS. ,Q -1. Al-'- FINEST QUALITY DRY CLEANING TAILORING AND REPAIRING Also a new laundry service RIED CLEANERS 81 DYERS 218 MAIN ST., GT. BARRINGTON Tel. 528-0178 THE GASLIGHT STORE SOUTH EOREMONT Sperjalizizzg 111 VERMONT CHEESE AND HOMEMADE BREAD Cozzzpljmeuty of ROGER'S SHOE STORE Fine Footwear for the Entire Family CANAAN, CONN. Phone 824-5245 Compliment! of KRAMER AGENCY 232 MAIN STREET GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS to Graduates of the Class of '66! Your friends at CANAAN SAVINGS BANK SAVINGS ACCOUNTS HOME LOANS SHEFFIELD MARKET "A Good Slore 212 KZ Goof! Tomi" FRESH MEATS AND PRODUCE GROCERIES Tel. 229-2519 MAHAIWE JEWELERS Keepsake Diamonds - Vifatches Luggage CANAAN, CONNECTICUT Phone TA 4-7516 is Q --it-Q 'WF'-" Conzplimenff of DAVE'S SERVICE STATION Dave Emprimo, Prop. SHEFFIELD, MASS. Sheffield 229-8885 6.9 Cwzffffifmzzfm of C. A. LINDELL 8. SON, INC. CANAAN CONN. I" Cffnfjlfmzwzfu of SEIGER'S 254 CAR WASH Route 7 GRE AT BARRINGTON MASSACQHUSETTS C0111 ffzlmzwzfj of OVER EAST ANTIQUES MILL RIVER, MASS GLADYS SCHOFIELD ANTIQUES INTERIOR DECORATING Ev LAMPS AND SHADES Routes 25 and JI SOUTH EGREMQNT, MASS. MOUNT EVERETT SERVICE STATION Richard M. Boardman, Prop. MAIN STREET SHEFFIELD, MASS. Telephone 229-8854 AUTO, TRUCK, AND FARM MACHINERY REPAIRS ESSO GAS AND DIESEL FUEL .Y C omplinzezzfy of ANN LOUISE SHOP HII-I-SIDE RESTAURANT fc I Departments MIN we bmw Womenis of zffzmtiofz land" Misses' Childrens' GooD FooD AND Shoes LIQUORS GREAT BARRINGTON HARTSVILLE MASSACHUSETTS MASSACHUSETTS 51 f J Stanley Zilka, Prop. D BARRINGTON ELECTRICAL SHOP, INC. Herman G. Morelli, Pres. Appliances, Television, Stereo, and Latest Hit Records RCA Victor Color TV 509 MAIN STREET GREAT BARRINGTON. MASS. x. h 1 5 x 4351? 22. I r ' " " 5' 4-,1:'h:'N Y .Q WHEELER SJTAYLCR, Inc. ,fel A A RIQALBSIATE-INSURANCE A if ' ffeffve-a ff , GRIN' B4RRINGTON,MASS. tv '- T I L-'TEL ' -4- . . N ru: nenxsuml HILLS -ix .,- TEI-EPI-IONE 528-1000 Sponsor of BUILDING STRUCTURES COURSE OI" THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT GOOD LUCK TO ALL And Our Grateful Thanks To The Students Wfho Wfcre On Our Staff During Their School Years Jug Sud in Hue Berkshires x 9' ee me B 'W ' I'lm . Q. I . NE Ill 'F ,uns BARRINGTON HOUSE Southern Berkshires Finest Commercial Hotel Tel. S28-1840 GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. DWIGHT FORD'S GARAGE, INC. Yum' INTIiRNrYI'IONAI. Dmfw' IUIRAI lAIPLIfAIlf.N'T,SP 'l'R.-IC,"l'ORS AIUTUR 'l'RI'CKS SALES ANI! SIZRVICIQ Tcl. 229-S-ii I MAIN S'I'Rlilf'I' SHlTl"l"IITI.I5. Mp C11111f1f11111111i uf HARLAND B. FOSTER, INC. Refirigeniticm A Air Cfimditioning Oil Heitinlg IZICLTTILQII Equipment Himlware I3 BRIDGE STREET Telephone 528-QIOO or S28-0564 CIREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. 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Phone 229-8878 SHEFEIELD MASS. RIC-X re Lf IC' 14:11 ned Us " ij T 'X ,xv-Z... Mlll River, Mass I-413, 229-2644 BIG BARN FULL HAZEL B. KUHNS . .' '14 D "'-A " 'vii' r ,- EVP rf' -MALKF Q' if 4326 ' Q K 'W'-1: IE l,inIlTlr?If'l ld ll ' 3 f I ' "iw- R.Ak 'ff -s-'A'-D -4 . . 0 Q5 . BREWER BROS. INC. AUTHORIZED DEALER CANAAN, CONN. 874-7019 Compljmefzlf of SOUTHFIELD STORE 0.3" H- J SEGALLA'S SERVICE STATION ROIQTE7 CANAAN. CONN. WILLIAM C. STEVENS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Residential S- Comrnercial - Industrial Wiring Electric Home Heating Slwllwl CAR CARE o MOTOR TUNE-UPS a Specialty 0 IGNITION WORK o MUFFLERS 0 BRAKE SERVICE o LUBRICATION o TIRES, BATTERIES AND ACCESSORIES gr gm Q 0+u o B Q liJGi2illn'isf 13 STATION STATE ROAD, GREAT BARRINGTON Call Gt. Barrington 528-9725 CUSTOM BRIDAL SERVICE ASHLEY FALLS, MASS. Complete Information on Correct Procedures for Weddings and Receptions Supplier! of Distinctive Wedding Cakes Reception Accessories Trousseau Items Complete Weddingf Done in Exqlziyile Taste For Appointments, Call Mrs. james Funk 229-2625 FARSHAW AND COMPANY GREAT BARRINGTON MASSACHUSETTS Home of Gadget! Office Supplies-Gifts-Greeting Cards C ompliments of JOHN A. BIANCHI 8. COMPANY MENS AND BOYS' CLOTHING Phone TA 4-7608 CAN AAN CONNECTICUT Compliment! of KAUTTU'S PHARMACY Carl E, Kauttu, Registered Pharmacist Prescription Specialist Tel. TAylor 4-5646 CANAAN CONNECTICUT Compliment! of MARSHALL'S FURNITURE AND TOYLAND CHURCH STREET, CANAAN, CONN. C omplimentf of THE COLLINS DINER Depot Place CANAAN, CONNECTICUT EXCITING DRESS, DRAPERY, SLIPCOVER FABRICS MAPLEWOOD FABRICS Old Route 7 CENTER OF ASHLEY FALLS MASSACHUSETTS Co-Managers: joan S. Brooks, Lois M. Emberlin Tel. 229-2577 "We Promife To Keep You In StitrlJeJ" BROVERMAN'S MARKET MEATS AND GROCERIES "From a Shoe Late lo a T-Bone" Phone 528-0757 STATE ROAD GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. C07llf1!f77l671fJ' of COLONIAL RESTAURANT CANAAN, CONNECTICUT PHONE 824-5312 MARIE 8. JOSEPH COWEN SHEFFIELD POTTERY SHEFFIELD, MASS. Complimerzlf of Lou AND Bnos., INC. MASON CONTRACTORS 1 E Sperialize in Plafferizzg L EAST CANAAN, CONN. Telephone 824-5673 824-7517 824-5838 13351 K Q -. . 1 ix Q f I .. Telephone SHeff1eld 413-229-2117 ASHLEY FALLS MONUMENTAL WORKS ' A EAST MAIN STREET ASHLEY FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS GUILD William B. Hall, Proprietor Monuments o Memorialf of Fine Quality 0 Complimefzlf of MORGAN MOTORS, INC. AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE Telephone 824-5444 RAILROAD STREET CANAAN, CONN. I I Compliment: of THE STAGECOACH Complimezzfx of HILL ASHLEY FALLS UNDER MOUNTAIN ROAD ANTIQUES sHoP SHEFFIELD MASSACHUSETTS I Aunt. E. M. RYDER, INC. -1E1VELER5- 285 MAIN STREET GREAT BARRINGTON, MASSACHl'SE'I'TS Ck mmpl imcnts of ll FRIEND Compliments of THE FLYING CLOUD NIZW year-round l77l in-resort Louise M, Rittgers Harry Rittgcrs MARLBORO, MASS. Phone -1 l 5-229-21 I 5 01246 1 1 Compliments of SHEFFIELD PLASTICS, INC SHEWIELD, MASS. C omplimentf of MT. EVERETT LUMBER, INC. LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS Hardware Cement Paints Esso Fuel Oil SHEFFIELD, MASS. -4. I Complimentf of THE CANAAN NATIONAL BANK PATRONS W. T. Whittaker Dave Evans Leonard Lempert Marguerite and William C. Gulick Eldred Stanton Mr. and Mrs. George Welch Clyde Landis Mr. and Mrs. Sierau Mr. and Mrs. Trang is FXNWLXL , NN Zum 'S 'GQW6 iw ff' 5- ggi, in 1 :RN OTOS BY VICKN ,VLN5 Editor's Epilogue The 1966 Azzrigan Has been an attempt To "spotlight" The varied aspects Of life At Mount Everett. We have passed In and out Of lighted doors observing learning planning arguing laughing worrying facing last years' vaguely conceived task, seeing it become an awesome reality. We have arrived. The work is done. Now, in turning to face the future, we are hopeful expectant determined living the spirit and ideals of youth. Editor-in-chief O Q O Q F ' N J E r 1" , Q 3. ' , ,I ,Cz --C L w I -.. J' y L . 3, Q- LA UA. if 4 0 4 Q , .Q Y- Al' lr RU . -' V an J D 45. .nA S 4' " 0 FAN ...QQ O U I Q.. Na iv L r ' -, O E ave


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