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

 - Class of 1968

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Dom L6 Ci:-is . mnas'l'ecS C IM IDRC 0 5 Gi i- C S+a'Ee3 r COLUNS DENER Dwight FOrd's Gvarage, Inc ,-.uv .E - .Y. . BREWER BROTHERS, INC. C. A. LINDELL and SON, INC. GULOTTA BROS. BARBER SHOP William C. Gulick, V.M.D k X 3' Marguegaislguculack. She' Sf vw- S' f2fffH.i-M Club di' I-1-iend lg Union ROGERS SHOE STORE JOHN A. BIANCHI AND COMPANY -1 4 I - ..., ...ll PRIL 3 i I I Air Force. 90--'vi Concert 23 24 25 as 1 'gosebau of MGCOWR Non 4-O g 1 ' +1 x+ '+ "X':l'l"' A 6 7 ?-VESLUWWGVL 'Dance HERBERTS SHOES ff' T HARLAND B. FOSTER gig, V H, 4. .E , . .. 'H Ffwlvf- K ., I , . V, tj ROADSIIDE STORE I3 E. M. RXDER, INC. no H. s. ANDREWS Qaggbali aj' 'gaselmll INSQRANQE C,h,,+kam wl+k Ckdlsam A Non 9-'8 'Od' 7"3 BRovERMAN's MARKET 27 . 28 Qasebau 29 ' ' Qaseball mdk at Lenox Q08 Tan lost 9-6 W "' ' 2 8.5Mk Grade 'Dame FRuENDLgHugFE CREAM Q frpvqrwf ,xml R. P. STRALEAU MAY 7 H 20 .L I BGSCBQI' at Lee lost I-3 22 Baselaall at Searles losf, '-I - S BQSQLAN wafk I-2noX boon U0-I Baseball at gaseball Wiccan!! Lee. won 2-3 lost o-2 ae Baselnail MA Sggxlgt lost 54 Baseball w'd'k williams lost I- 5 .1 - -Q 24 3l QASQLQH at Chester- Loon 8 - I 7' 'X W' K+ '+ "X'rl'. ' 25' I-I 5 6 M I1 Baseball wmw. Chester- boon H-O I8 I9 zo Baseball at AWGN' Bow' Roe jan 'gotseball at 0000 5"-4 Williams los? 2.-ll IRA E. MARKHAWI South Egremont. Mass. C1125 Telephone AC 413 528-C706 Best of Luck to A Great Ctass JUG END in the Berkshires "Home of Many Great Class Reunions" South Egremont, Mass, BRYANT MANOR RQSTHLJIXHHT and Cot-htm Lounge Great B.arr'mgT0rwV Ngss Telephone 528-31131 cxtVXTDtu"'o "T ' SHEFFIELD FARM SUPPLY CO., INC. Stn-'t,r'tlAf 'Q' A 'twig TI! fwi s1I.tt.,,x.-5, ' - it , 7, 2 ' Nou. Httllttmf Ka sf" VH it JUNE Q .L 5 WAR BEGINS BETWEEN ISRAEL AND EYGPT . Q4 Q51 Awards Lum ck VFOSYOM -ry ' K+ '+ "X"'f".A ' F 2. jenrbook 'Dance Sprlvs S ofti ' Ansari Dgnv-er I 9 junior- Senior- Prom DECKER and BEEBE. SNC .,, f'-' - ' . ...L 4- STEVENS FUNERAL HOMES, INC. IVE1' 5,771-L-+ V .' 1 ASHLEY FALLS MONUMHENTAL WORKS js ve F7 5 Sf-H-'Of C4455 G"0AW'tio'W- THE MEADOWS F A r N l , r I-asf do Q-P sckoo 23 A 30 KAUTTU'S PHARMACY , , , . . M. T. PEZZEE MACY'S GARAGE SHEFFIELD MARKET JULY 'Alivilis 1 1 1+ i ' 1 W 1 1 1 i Camaans Fmendqfiupvf f'- + Larkak MENCUCCWUS SUPERIWARKET DE GAuLLE VISITS C! J CANADA CawQaH.C0nQ HAMMER PLUMBING CO., INC. 3 4 , 4 . XMHL. BROVERMAN'S MARKET MILLY'S BEAUTY SHOP GULOTTA S GULF and BOTTLED GAS Ys rx v.' .' W' 1 ' -4, - A .., ' , . Aw, - Y, v . DEMPSEYS GARAGEINC. A,.,g' .' AUGUST N 20 2l 2.8 I-I ANTOINETTES F . f. , VIN r Abu , , ,. .nu- r GEORGIE IVIIELKE BACHETTVS ESSO STATION x'.',. H .4 fwe' F ' ' E. B. DOLBY ' Florngtw CANAAN SAVINGS BANK E. CALIGARI 81 SON. INC. KERSEYS MARKET IVIAL'S SERVICE STATION SEPTEMBER 3 4 5 6 FG'S't Fi rgf -Faau I-F5 do of mee-bins 54-,Pool I U' +If 17 25 26 X' Cou L wl+k Yxontgngnf M oumtafn won :CI - f-I3 R Puuet :growing 'Wm Foofba ll 0 -cor Br'ld'03 Roe PAGEYIS strut. UYQS sponsor lost 0 28 Freq, senior dance, wdrk Walicoqaaik YWCCOUM Wm ,q 33 -Lgd .zo 20 CUSTOM BRIDAL SERVICE Bridal Gowns and Veils Attendants' Gowns-Prom Dresses Invitations and Other Accessories Cakes and Catering Mrs. James Funk Ashley Falls Telephone 229-2623 R. W. TRYON, CONSTRUCTION Raymond Tryon- Carl Champigny Grading, Land Clearing Contract or Hourly Rate Farm Improvement. Pond, and Road Work Telephone 528-2583 Compliments of WARD'S NURSERY and GARDEN CENTER Compliments of Hillside Restaurant Ht3rTSxiillP QQ - Conn-kr 3oFO0'CbaN at l , 3 - I -1.1 ,L OCTOBER Ah Q s T' v A .figs E. 7' fl MR Q X - Comfrj 'Drurj won I9 -38 X " Countra 1 GC Mount Greglock anon 28'1? I7 I8 X' Countrtj wi+k Lenox won I5 - SO X' Countrij Cwcit. MQ5S.3 at UMass. 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X - .f.-il. x lmllll' Y fig l , J1 X ' Z I ., X 71 I as 4.3 t,4 'I 7. . :- , - v . l.. ' . : I- . It-I . ' I ' yr ' f .igf'f.' .' .I Q r . .infiff - Baseball VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: Pitchers--H, Crine, T. Sividler. K. Frengsi catchers-B.OIinski, J. Howard, R. Manghue, first basemen-B. Dodge. B. Marion. second hasemen-L. Gulotta. B Bulterg shortstops- T. Smith, I3 Chapin, third baseman-T. Gunzin- gerg outfielders-M. Edelman, J, Bennett, S. Cary: managers-R. Cronk, B. Parkeri coach-Mr. Gauthier. JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: Pitcher-L. Harvey: catcher-M. Cassidy: first baseman-J. Law: second baseman-E. Gulottag shortstop-N. Pshenishny: third baseman-J. Hendrick: outfield- ers-J. Edelman, P. Schiffman, J. Stevens. L. Johnson, R. Manghue: manager-M. Smith, coach S' -Mr. Young. '1 PICTURES CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Frengs scores at Chester, Mitch Smith attending the scoreboard at the top of the first, Gulotta with plenty of time, Crine's slider, a win at Roe-Jan. Scorekeeper McPeak returning from meeting with Roe-Jan scorekeeper, umpire watching a ball to Smith. CEPQTER PICTURES: Coach Gauthier signaling tsubtlyy for a bunt. a problematic call at Williams, a Smith pitch. 1967 BASEBALL SCHEDULE AND RECORD-VARSITY A20 9- 8 Chatham A21 2- 3 CHATHAM A26 it 4- O McCann A27 114- 2 ROE JAN A28 4- 6 +Lenox M 3 1- 5 +WILLIAMS M 8 1.- 3 +Lee I-.fl 9 4- 5 +SearIes M12 2211- O +Cl-IESTER M16 510- 1 +LENOX M18 'C 5- 4 Roe Jan M19 2-11 -I-Williams M22 ti 8- 3 McCann M23 O- 2 +LEE IVI129 5- 9 I-SEARLES M31 8- 1 4-Chester CAPITALS--HOME GAMES 'I' wins + lea gue games VO EL -1 N A 'ft' hi' J .V v,' . tnva . 1 16u..- N 1 1. I- 'u ' 'f ' fffgvp, - wP'a3 7 " A 1 . 4..I 1 A , , ,n"',Iv,' .' -,f gf' , , .,..L, ',W ,q. . r y -.Jj5:r..,m. 04' lv 4' em i! l b 00 .Qi :A .V' ,493 1 I w x -,ir,,., ,NX 1 A L 1 hw I ' '-L 1 F . I f ff ' Af ' in n , 1,1 f . "I It I i if - -I t X . ' ll- ii' il y Q- I , - . I . 1 4 , S., PICTURE ABOVE: Mr, Gautbler Introduces the 1967 Aurlgan Bowl particlpants: girls team -Kat Anderson, Barbara Martln, Holly Campbell, and Aprll Hamilton Calternates-Jessie Newton, Kay Betty Lelnlngjg boys team-Manfred Llebsch, Tom Smlth, Davld Campbell, and Bully Carton Calternates-George Nlager, Mlke Parkerl. PICTURES BELOW: Marie casts a crltucal eye on the 1967 Aurigan, the yearbook dance. PICTURES OPPOSITE-STACKED: Gall Wuorl Ilghts the flfth candle-symbolnzlng service-durlng the Natlonal Honor Society lnductlon ceremony, the band marches on Memorlal Day 1967, dustributlon of the 1967 Aurigan. PICTURE FAR RIGHT: Memorial Day musicians. Qc' fs 4' ,HJWIIVIQA !g4,,4!gL,1m , X f4"41 M 1 w 0. ,SA- .I" 'su- 'qspdi p x ME TQ ex s 1, A Q' ""'Vu-, ' .. ,Q 'lx' , Jug' ' ., .Avg .19- - uf!-zjj A .1 U? -in 41 up Q -Jar Z J o 7 -Q -5' " 5. 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Vad- ney, mathematics: lVlr. Gauthier, recreation and cur- rent eventsg lVlr. l-lerlihy, recreation and comparative government: lVlr. Gleen, basic electricity and photog- raphyg Mr. Brolli, drama workshopg lVlr. Cote, Frenchg Mrs. Draper, beginning typingg lVlr. Nlay, arts and crafts. Senior Kit Anderson and June graduate April Hamilton served as teacher's aids in the recreation program. Graduate lnga Ruthel, senior Sheila Far- num, and sophomore Janis Bosworth helped in the Headstart program. U QBGSSQGAGJGU -fig! W 1, ' 3 i I ' v- 1 r .. 1 ,..,.U 4 A y Li ' ' I , , as 4 if Tl' ". - f fbi- -A V , V , Q., , -rs, Q , , z, 1 mkntl' fA?6?!'?:x 9 ' "iii nassaui' T U " TYR . I: .Q X' il 3' 1 , nk.. g ' ' 1 ,A - I Q to--JM S I I L I I I I I .71 T S: A rf if - vi, W -I.. i I: ' I + f f 1 I W: 'I .I . I - A4 nf F L' fri, I 11. I 5 . ' I IL nv, fy--IF b. v, I -w. ll , 'Arr It., , ' I T43 - In trfsgfffff 41: J . - I 4 ' ., I 5 , ., ' '-r 'Q f .3 ,I 14' if 1 L -4. V ' H ,Q,""""i' 2-I . . I ' "IZ 4 -,- PZL - , ,Q ." T ' 4 1133 a 1 PICTURES LEFT TO RIGHT: Mount Everett Reg wp School early one summer day, tatwcwet sorw' S:-vers I of Whitman-luke summer grass. :below-.t f.7f Qtwg ,R berland. Chrns Agar, and some JCIITTITI str if ,E ,jg I V tanls. Crrgtttb frve gtrls-Sttarort Gletesomt Rm" Peter L TT sen, Donna Coles. Theodora Cttme, Dortrm Btarettt X . -vw 1' -makmg the most out ot summer I I I I I I QM -A Flu V-9 ,nv 1' -SN ,x ,X l' . A PICTURES ABOVE LEFT TORlGHT:C,uSt0tImrts Mr lurtrwhcwrtf Mrt L95IPr Welch, Mr Robert Hail, Mr ,Inhrt Imkrv. M' I tt Ar7I-head CuStorIr,m Svcrvtftrlvs Mrs Hole-rt Iwrwt.'m Sabmz1UIIracI1,NIrs Murml Rohm, Mrs hm- N , r K9IS9y. PICTURE AT LEFT: IMIt'Iwtt QI.tff Mrs Itwm kfrrtw- wr N . QBIDGII1 ACI1IT1S'CI IIIPIIITNIV9 MtryMar . I 'I IV Mrs. Graff Glmiort PICTURE AT RIGHT, III Mrst Inez Strereter, '5ME335m5Sl'mt 5142? f . I I 1967-68 SCHOOL COMMITTEE MEMBERS ' lVlrs. Karl W. Bartzsch lvlr. Robert l. Bright Miss Faye Campbell lVlrs. Robert J. Donelan Mr. Neil G. Fletcher lVlr. James E. Kimball, Jr. lVlr. Angus R. MacDonald lVlr. Roger Salzman lVlr. Harold R. Stover, Chairman lVlr. Frank R. Wright PaulJ McDonald, Superintendent of Schools Albert J. Trocchi. Supervising Principal Grades 5 through 12 9 .T - p id an 'Al n 3 P 0 If l1'x.1' .J James A. Shumlr1sk..ASSustarwt Supervusmg Prmcnpa'. Grades 9 thrdug v- , .L X1 3' ...-49 Raymond F, Chamberlarwd. Assusta nt Supervssmg Prmcnpal, Grades 5 through 8 '.4 .lf -1 4 - ? t2nll43 OPPOSITE PAGE- TOP ROW l'v'Al"t TA L Ht-'T lm ll lftllfv l T ll-,T ll fl l l,,l.l Peanut Prevuew Alzmrfa' 'wwrlrlttt l.v,,.1w Alhsl-l ldrflflll vt. l ALLAHATN blltv lltlvwrwlty ll Qllrlkvt-lf H lvl" T'tly'-lull lrllllatnlrl, lle,-ltll ' L Vtlyst- ll t-ltlt 1lll-ll Llltn-4 tllr lrltr nllur Tlx lille-l tllr lv-llmr lllse Allvvvl lllltlrlll1rll1l,ylrlrll'2tllstnullllA'vMllNT' T lllATX'll"rLT"l ATJTT TT-' lllllvvl-tty' 'll Nlyltv' TTHTTP - A lf ff lmllw vt-l ltlollll Ellu ltllrtl Elaslfr-tlnll Lllaxh Allllll l llu- ,alum lllrw t ll Ass-lst lllt Sllplvrvlsllty Prllll ltl,1l Lllll T" lHAPMAfJ lltllverslly ul Nllrltlwsllta HA Etlkgllsll AUfIg8 Advlser, Srlptttlrnrlre Class Advnser RUTH ll ' TATW b,,,,U,ll llllt1gwff3,A llltlmrslt, lll v'rlsl llvlsltl 'X' A l1vlHl,t'l Lil' l- tlallll lltllvf1r'f..t,fTvl AT WI lttlrf nlltlls lfllll F1 ltlE1TjETT Fl,lrfJtl,,wl llnwfrvlty-H , Hu'-,lslfass Tftul rrtl-Trl Vutlllt Fw'rl,1tll,lttSl,lllll Avtmsfr lntm nutlrrw Lllrr-ltor SECOND ROW. Ff'l'JUET"T l A UJTE Nt Anselm X, lnllegtf-A H Trrfnlll Frwsllrrmtl llass flltvlwl lrlls-1 Lmlurltry Lnal ll Adult tduf atlflrlfTtettl,t'l Ann'-rll ,all Fu-lll Twrvll rt Allvlsel TEJGATJ L LJAVTE l,oILly lllllepv- T1 A llrllvvrmlty lll M,1s9.al llusrl-tt's-TVI Lll lnyllsh Vlltlss l',lutl Allvlswr Aurlgan Attnser Herrin: Ll use Advuser Aullm Vlsual lhrel tor EMMA S DRAPET? l'y'l.1ryl.1lll1Nltltl-Lltllegw-U w ElllXITlE'5i-Ll,lLJl,1lIlrfl Tltjhtll matte Tyt,llrlL'l'luh AurlgaAl1vls+-r RUHEIJT l TJLJNHAM llrllverkutylll l'.l,1tlle-LJ H M lthvnl,1tll s Srlptlmttllrv-fl,1ss Aftvlsvr Atllllt Elllnalllfll Prlvatv Pvlflt l.ll'1unl'l lrtlutf-rf SUSAN t llrlifill l,lrll'.+'l-ilt, wt lv'lsss,1lhusetts Hs llwllltll T'tlysll,1l Ellul ttllnl lnrlt, llllV1llll.Jldl3 Ellreftvlr l,l1-2vrlrm1lJlrll,' Allvlsvft la A A Atlvlsftl BERNARD J TRY' llllrtllAvl1rtls State llllleu'-E S Sllttal Nllltlles lntr lnlurals Llurs-Ltor lsllrtws Club Advlser 5f3VPUlllGfl1flF? Advlser Asslstant Er,mott,l,1ll lsuarh THIRD ROW: ROBERT Nl GALJ Tt-TIER Sl Anselm s tjr,llll?gl:-A B CIVIFS Erorlonws SlULlE'TllllDUlT1TTAGWSPY SCl1ooIStureAtlvlse'r Class tjllllffrs Club Atlvlser JunlorV.1rslty Basketball Coarh Baseball Cualll S B R 5 D Teartters Assorla tlllrlT'rv1sulvtlt MIVHAEL T HTGGTE Wtdel f1lftll6'Ll6'-B A LlfTlVf1T5lfV ul Pnttsburgh-M A Engllsh Dranwatlrs Club Allvlser Serum Play Dnrector JAMES C HERUHY, Arnernrall lIlT1JHl,jllOTlt1l C,ollegevBA MA Hlstory DHVEVNS Edu v'..f 1 tnon FTESLTDTEJTTCIHSSAUVTSEV Photo Elelitruli Cluh Ativlser Tarulty Mamger, Tealhers Assocuatlon Cnllertlve Bargalnlng CEIATVTTTLHT WAYNE A JOSEPH, l-rnerson College-BS, Speech Therapy IANICE L AEEFNER Westlleld State College-BSEd Enollsh, Elghth Grade Advlser, Junuor Hugh Dramatlcs Club Advlser, S B R S D Teachers Assoclatlonvllge Presldent JOSEPH L KEllEY, MPrrln1,1t,lAffollege-B A Btology Elernerwtary Sflenle lunnor Class Advlser, S B R S D Te-afhers Asstilflatlon BLJlIl1ll1g Representatlve FOURTH ROW: PHWTLIS l LARHTN, Sllnrnons-B S, Home Etiononwlcs LTNDA I LEWIS, Untverslty ot Massachusetts-BA Erent ll, lalflS Bljskettnljlltlbattl GECJRGET MAY Massa liltusetts School ol AHABSE North Adams-M E Art Dlstrlrt Art Durectov Arts and Crafts Advlser, Elghth Grade Advlser PAUL MENIN, Unlverslty ot lvlassarhusetts WB A pElV5lClll Eduljsltlon Sooal Studles, Cross Country Co1ft'l, Intramurals Dlreftor, Elghth Grade Advlser GREGORY S NOLDER Holyoke Junlor College-AA Unlverslty ot Dayton-B S, Unlverslty ot Connentlcut- NIARTON E GARRAHAN North AdamS State lollesf'-B S Llnlvors-ty of Hart lord-M Ed CAGS Readnng, Readtng Dtrf-1 tm S B R S D Teachers Assocla hmm Sr-1 retary Berlfshlre Councll ot the llTlE'YlliTlOlTHlpE'8ljll'tgASSOCIBLTOUHPYQM 'N' dent - ' MA Behavloral Sclence. Guldance ROBERT H OLD FTELD State College at Boston-A B, Phystcal Sclence, Junlor Hugh Srlence, Sclence Club Advlser Debatlng Club Adviser FIFTH ROW: HOLGER D OLEEN. New York LlrllversltyABS Physucs Baslr Elertrluty, Mathematics, Physlcs Club Advuser EMTLIE L PTPER, Conneettcut College for Women-B A , Cornell LJnlversttyYM A Llhrarlan BARBARA B RHOADES, Unlverslty ot Massa chusetts-B S, Engllsh, Natlonal Honor Socuety Aclvlser ARTHUR D RUTSTElN, Unnversrty ol Vermont-B A 4 LJ S Htstory, Problems of Demorracy, Vocatlonal Eduratuon HARRY H SANO4 JR, Keene State College-B Ed Industrtal Arts, Drnver's Educatlon Junuor Class Advlser, Shop Servlre Dlrentor, Junlor Hugh Industrual Arts Dlrector Adult EduCatnon-Woodworl-rlng ALBERT J TROCCHI, Bates College-A B, North Adams State College-M Ed, Mathernatucs, Mount Everett Reglonal School Supervlsnng Prlnliupal Berkshlre County Prlnclpals Assorsuatvonf Presldent, Massachusetts Secondary School Prlnmpals AssocuatlonYScholarshlpCornrnlttee,UMassSr'naIISchooIs Basketball Cornmlttee BOTTOM ROW: LEA S VACHON, Klngs College-B S, Boston Unlverslty School of Soclal Work-M S S S, School Adjustment Counselor DONALD A VADNEY, San Jose State College-B A , Mathematlcs, Elghth Grade Advlser MYRON M WARTELLA4 Nlanstleld State College-B S Musuc, New England Conservatory ot Muslc-M M ,MUSlCDlf9CtOV. Band Dlrector,CholrDlrector ALEXANDER J YOUNG, Lafayette College-A B, Chem lstry, General Sclence, Mathematlcs 8 ABOVE ltr, . J 'lft f' 1' l tl l 'tel lvl l-,lf rlltlrrlAt1..lrr,sr,1tulir-l JATVTEY A '-Hl'VllNhhl lttf llllllkl State wllfav --H S l'1f'1HSt'lff' AHS 0 it E, A , ,, , ,, yr, ,, ,CMH Q, M, TAy,,,,,, qw Aa, ep' yq,.m,J,,yA,ly Sfllant f- M,1th+-mwtll s Btlllmllg Stru-'tures Pl.1ntM.1lntef1 V3 ,V 1, ix Q. ,M jy, ,H 1, , ML- t,,,,,,i,L ,, ww., , T, ,,, , '5r,,r1.Jy,lAfrlyltlla-,A.lt,lwr Asslstanl Stlpervlslllf E'rlnl,lp.1l f ia l, - t.', Trl., 'lllllhll-l stl.rlAl sw RIGHT 4 'T 5, 42 4- ' 'rr If 4' rl"'V W Apaif' ., 7. Q F3 1 , , . r - 4 -...nfl ef, if hm -2935921 , f-'far -. 5 ,, mg .. . s v ,. .X -5 L , , Yin X x 122, ,i Q 'W ' g " 'fmuf 1- 46' . af? j f, azz V. 3' "1 . X ay , i ,st ' S6 I 4, ,I if gg faq 'sr-"Wx fr , - 1::r'3I,g.x. ,Q Q , u Y' , H .. Y,':'2Af?2.,-.few fm' . " ?4i'1'3ff,h. U. 'f P ., 4. 3 39 ' , N 4 1, 1 A, rw' x.. 1,9 5, t v ,.-Q ,,. 3 .ann 'ali -rv ' "' '!A ::.f. ,5'Qji?1l7'f1,i ,M I q' , , ,Ja 3 .rf 1 ' w 'fin iii .' .qsbkxx Hap jjQj'fi5i .W 0, . - , - N."N. '1' 'C ,,,,-an J,-. W-f .41 f,., l,,,' 4: 95, ' I wh S! 'WA 'YV' 1.4 A . if 1 ,QR 'iv '? f-wa, -J A .4 -:Q ,A-'K v-'S y W-.mi I ll! uw .?.5.l2.. A A" -4 'vs- 'Um fa .N wwf ' x .Ahvvx 'x 5a Y My .L .L X 5 H i Q2 ' 1, M I Lvl , A X.. f I y ' . fi. Q - 0" i - S HW ARNOLD CLIFDEN AGAR, JR., b. September 2, 19493 Arts and Crafts 2, Audio-Visual 2, Cooking 1, 2, Groundskeeping 31 Intra- murals 1, 23 Model Making 2, Weightlifting 3, Wrestling 1. IVIARSHA ANN AGAR, b. September 2, 1950, Allied Youth 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 15 Intramurals 13 Library 1g Aurigan 41 Kitchen Staff 3, 4-Head Senior 4. A sf hrs... if i Arnold Agar Nlarsha Agar .Al 1 I N ' Y ' N. 4 s 1 121 . N ei 9 . I 15 1 A, ., ABOVE: SOITWE' ronfretv, lil-ani, piiiimii livin inliniiiinn 'nf l-l'll Sellows Building Sirur tures ijmiiii is lwplr-I1 lift in me .flirt IMMEDIATELY ABOVEZ Si-iiim Riik Mivlki I 1 iriiiriirwiriiitx, on Ivli-mniiqi In, LEF12 A A im, K' i i OPPOSITE PAGEQ Host iixixi 4-is Irqnk Ili,-, 'rw iv- ' r ve I 4 the jose de vivre nl the N654 ki-wins in L f A 1 4 1 f 15 " 5. K,rtl3rarrne Anderson Marilyn Beneat James Bennett 42. . 3. - 71.4, ,. - r -1-. I, ' .,,r,. , I . I I X Thomas Brown Linda Camp David Campbell KATHARINEANDERSON,b.September27, 19513Allred Youth 1.23Amerrcan Field Service 2. 3, 43 Band 13 Cheerleading 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers 13 GAA 2, 43 German Club 23 Glee Club 1. 23 Gymnastrcs 1. 2, 3, 4: Maiorettes 1. 2, 3. 43 Natronal Honor Society 2, 3. 43 Newspaper Club 1, 2. 3: Prom 33 Russian Club 33 Student Leader 33 Aurigan 3. 4-Executive Editor 4. Debating 31 Spanish 4. MARILYN JEAN BENEAT. b. Julyb, 19503 Allred Youth 1. 23 Cooking 13 Drrver's Ed. 33 Glee Club 1. 23 Intramurals 13 Auriga 33 Prom 33 Senror Play 4, Sewing Club 33 Aurigan 3, 4-Secretary 4. JAMES GLENN BENNETT, b. April 8, 19501 Baseball 2. 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 2. 3. 4-Cocaptarn 3: Drrver's Ed. 3: Golf 1, 2 33 Hall Monitor 3. 4, lntmmurals 1. 2. 3. 43 Student Leader 43 Volleyball 1: Werrghtlrttrne, 1: Aurigan 4, SARAH JANE BLODGETT, b. January 1. 19511 Allred Youth 23 Girls' Basketball 43 Drivers Ed. 33 Future Teachers 3- Vrrtrf Presrdenti Math Club 33 Natronal Honor Society 3, 43 Newspaper Club 3, 43 Physics Club 43 Prom 31 Aurigan 4-Administration and Faculty Editor, Chorus 1. SUSAN SHARRAR BROOKS, b. July 29, 19503 Allred Youth 1, 2wVrce Pres 2, American Field Service 2, 32 Class Treasurer 2. 3, 4: Drrver's Ed 3. GAA 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 3: Newspaper Club 33 Prom 3: Senror Play 4: Sewing Club 2, 33 Aurigan 4i Ring Committee 1. THOMAS rtFVllxl BROWN. b December 3, 19493 Band 1, 2, 33 Baseball Manager 1: Drrver's Ed 3. Glee Club 1. LINDA LUCILLE CAMP, b. July 5, 19503 Dr.rm.1tr:s 43 Intramurals 43 Senror Play 43 Aurigan 43 Candy Striper 33 GAA 2, 3 Pep Club 2. 3: Prom 3. Business Club 23 Band 23 Magazine Drive 2 DAJID CAMPBELL lv. October 10. 19503 American Field Service 2. 33 Baseball 23 CTWGSS 1, 23 Drivers led, 3. Football 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 46 ABOVE-TOP: The night before the first football game, a Irt-up school. and a cheerleader flirt Andersonp silhouette, ABOVE: Bruce Trchenor. Cross Country captain. running an uphrll stretch ot the cross country course, 3. 43 Senror Play 43 Student Leader 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 43 Weightlifting 1, 2, 3. 43 Aurigan 43 Basketball Usher 2, 3, 4. HOLLY CAMPBELL, b. Dec- ember 5, 19503 Camera Club 23 Chess Club 13 Dramatrcs 1, 2,43 German Club 1: Natronal Honor Society 43 Auriga 1. 2, 4-Editor-in-chief 4: Russian Club 2156-r'lIOr Play Producer 43 Student Exchange-summer 19672 no junior year. SHERRY ANN CAUL, b. September 1, 19502 Allred Youth 1, 23 Class Secretary 13 Drrver's Ed. 33 GAA 13 Glee Club 13 Gymnastrcs 13 Auriga 33 Sewing Club 3: Aurigan 4. JOHN ANTHONY CAVALIER, b. January 15. 19513 Allred Youth 2: Chess Club 23 Class Vrce Presrdent 43 Dramatics 2, 33 Drrver's Ed. 33 Football 2, 3, 4: Gymnastrcs 3,43 Hall Monitor 43 lntra- murals 2, 3-Captain 33 Math Club 2,33 Physics Club 3, 4: Prom 33 Senior Play Lead Role 43 Student Government Representative 43 Student Leader 43 Volleyball 43 Weightlifting 2, 33 Aurrgan 4-Sports Editor. Debating 2, 33 Swrmmrng 13 Newspaper Editor-rneChiet 13 Class Secretary 13 Debating 13 Dramatrcs 1. WILLIAM THOMAS CHAPIN, b. March 30, 19503 Allied Youth 1: American Field Service 2. 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4- Vrce Presrdent 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Student Councrl Representatrve 43 Drrver's Ed. 33 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 3: Hall Monitor 3, 43 Intramurals 13 Prom 33 Senror Play 43 Student Leader 43 Aurigan 43 Boys State 33 All'County Band. RUTH L. CHASE, b. May 28, 19503 Allred Youth 1. 2: Drrver's Ed, 33 Math Club 33 Auriga 2, 3-Literary Editor 33 Prom 33 Aurigan 4-Features Editor. JOYCE MARGARET CLOUSER, b. April 16. 19503 Chess 2: Intramurals 1. 2, 33 Sculpturing Club 1: Kitchen Staff 4. T f r' l Sarah Blodgett Susan Brooks 1' ,..,,, 1'gx Holly Campbell Sherry Caul l ,ME L an A 6 Q7s-V -of Q John Cavalier Wllllam Chapm 1 l l Ruth Chase Joyce Clouser l .r .I , I T N ull., A. ...al ..l 'vi gpg Q..-ur., 1 Senior .athletes-Terry lee Gunzinger and Cheryl Lee Hall 48 James Collins Barbara Coons ,-34 6: Theodore Dombrowski 1 lk ' Fifi' E '49 Aw' ,.vL:2-jf W' - . ' ' AE r . -it ,',q.'f. J -A1 vt N WN. . t 'T W5 I 3+ 7' : fi' Sheila Farnum Donna Gower fe i--ff 4' ,-fa' Edward Harvey John Hendrick I til " . ' JAMES LAURENCE COLLINS, JR., b. January 30. 1951: Audio-Visual 1, 2: Baseball 2: Chess 1: Cooking 1, 2: Cross Country 3, 4: Driver's Ed. 3: Glee Club 1. 2: Golf 2: Hall Monitor 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Aurigan 4. BARBARA ROSE COONS, b. February 20, 1950: Allied Youth 1, 2: American Field Service 2. 3.4: Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Auriga 2. 3: Prom 3: Student Leader 4: Aurigan 3, 4-Aurigan coordinator 4. THEODORE ANTHONY DOMBROW- SKI. b. October 7, 1950: Basketball 2: Camera Club 2.3: Dramatics 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Groundskeeping 2: Intramurals 2: Math Club 2: Prom 3. RICHARD ALPHONSO DOZIER. b. June 21. 1950: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Chess 1: Cooking 1: Football 3: Glee Club 2: Groundskeeping 2: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Games 3. ROBERT ARTHUR DURYEA, b. February 13, 1951: Allied Youth 2: Dramatics 2, 3: Driver's Ed. 3: Gym- nastics 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Physics Club 4: Prom 3: Senior Play 4: Volleyball 3, 4: Aurigan 4-Underclassmen editor: Debating 3. MARK WILLIAM EDELMAN, b. June 9, 1950: Baseball 3, 4: Football 3, 4: Hall Monitor 4: Student Leader 4: Volleyball 3, 4: Wres- tling 3: Aurigan 4. SHEILA MARIE FARNUM, b. Sep- tember 7, 1950: Arts and Crafts 1: Camera Club 2: Driver's Ed. 3: GAA 1: Intramurals 1, 23 Library Club 1, 2: Prom Committee 3: Senior Play 4: Student Leader 3: Kitchen help 3, 4. THOMAS JAMES FLYNN. b. December 15, 1948. DONNA MARIE GOWER, b. June 25, 1950: Dramatics 4: Driver's Ed. 3: Senior Play 4: Aurigan 4. CHRISTA GRABMEIER, b. Janu- ary 11, 1949: GAA 3: Glee Club 1: Intramurals 1, 2: Volleyball 2, 3: Field Hockey 3. TERRY LEE GUN- ZINGER, b. March 12, 1950: Allied Youth 1, 2: American Field Service 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Class President 2: Driver's Ed. 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4-Captain 4: German Club 2: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4-Acting Captain 3: Hall Monitor 3, 4: Prom 3: School Store 2: Ski Club 1, 2, 3: Student Leader 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Weightlifting 1, 2, 3, 4: Aurigan 4. CHERYL LEE HALL, b. March 7, 1950: Allied Youth 2: Cheer- leading 2, 3, 4-Captain 4: Driver's Ed. 3: Glee Club 1, 2: Gymnastics 1, 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2: Mayor- ettes 2, 3, 4: Prom 3: Senior Play 4: Student Leader 3, 4: Aurigan 4. EDWARD LEROY HALL, b. May 23. 1949: Arts and Crafts 4: Audio-Visual 3: Camera Club 2: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. EDWARD MARTIN HARVEY, b. September 11, 1950: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Cooking 1: Driver's Ed. 3: Football 3, 4: Hall Monitor 3, 4: Intra- murals 1, 2. 3, 4: Auriga 1: Student Leader 4: Volley- ball 4: Weightlifting 3: Games Club 3. JOHN LYLE HENDRICK, b. August 23, 1950: Allied Youth 1: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4-Manager 1: Camera Club 2: Driver's Ed. 3: Golf 1: Hall Monitors 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Leader 4: Volleyball 4: Wrestling 3: Games Club 3. THERESA JOAN HEWINS, b. December 9, 1950: Arts and Crafts 1: Chess Club 1: Driver's Ed. 3: GAA 2: Glee Club 1: Intramurals 2: Russian Club 3: Sewing Club 2: Student Leader 32 Kitchen Help 4. ANN BRIDGET HIGGINS. b. March 10. 1949: Allied Youth 1, 2, GAA 1, 2: Glee Club 1: Golf 2: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Sewing Club 3: Aurigan 4. FRANK HIGGINS, b. January 6, 1951: Baseball 1: Basketball 3, 4: Cooking 1: Cross Country 1: Dramatics 1, 2: Driver's Ed. 3: Golf 2, 3: Intramurals 1, 2, 3.4: Prom 3. Exif! 444 L51 ff' 4, ABOVE-LEFT TO RIGHT: Sensor artnsts Bob Marlon and Lrnda Warreni senror musncnans Bruce Tochenor and Elrzabetn Pezzee. senior Adonss. BMI Chapin, and senior Aphrodite. Cheryl Hal! 49 -4 ffl Vlrglnla Johnson John Johnston VIRGINIA JEAN JOHNSON, b. October 1, 19493 Dramatlcs 23 DVIVQYIS Educatlon 43 Future Teachers of Amersca 31 GAA 2. 43 Intramurals 1. 23 Kltchen Staff 3. 4. JOHN R. JOHNSTON, b. Aprll 16, 19513 Allied Youth 13 Class Officer 1-Student Councll 13 Dramatlcs 13 Dnver's Educatlon 43 Golf 1, Gymnastlcs 1, 2, 3. 43 Intramurals 13 Sensor Play 4. CAROLYN RUTH KIIVIBALL. b. August 3, 19513 Allred Youth 1. 23 Amencan Freld Serylce 3, 43 Oramatlcs 1. 2. 3, 4-VlCC'lDV9SICl9lWl 2, Secretary 33 Future Teachers of Amerlca 1. 2, 33 GAA 1. 2. 3, 4. Glee Club 13 Gymnastlcs 1, 43 Intramurals 1. 33 Prom Commlttee 3: Senlor Play 43 Sewnng Club 2. 33 Skl Club 1. Aurigan 4-Senlor Play Edltor. LAURA JEAN KLEIN, b. Aprll 14, 1950: Amerlcan Fleld Serylrze 2. 3. 4, Arts and Crafts 43 Dramatlcs 43 Oruvers Edurzatlon 43 Future Teachers of Amerlca 1, 2, 3. 4-Seca retary 1. 2, President 3. 4' Glee Club 1. 2. 31 Auriga 31 Prom Commlttee 3-lnyltatlons Chalrman 33 Russlan club SO 1. Carolyn Kimball Laura Klein Manfred Llebgch 33 Aurigan 3, 4-Llterary Edltor. IVIANFRED LIEBSCH. b. lVlay 8, 19491 Orlver's Educatlon 33 Football 13 Hall Nlonltor 3, 41 Natuonal Honor Soclety 2. 3, 4-Presldent 4: Physlcs Club 3. 43 Prom Commlttee 33 Senlor Play 43 Aurigan 3, 4-Buslness Manager. BEVERLY IVIACHIA, b. November 21. 19483 Arts and Crafts 13 Band 1, 2: Drivers Education 43 GAA 2. 3. 41 Glee Club 1, 23 Golf 23 Intramurals 1, 23 Prom Commuttee 3-Food Chalrman 33 Sculptunng Club 23 Sewlng Club 23 Student Leader 33 Aurigan 43 Kltchen Staff 3, 4: Nurslng Club 3. MARIE IVIALNATI, b. lVIay 31. 19503 Allred Youth 1, 23 Amencan Fleld Servlce 2, 3, 4-Secretary 2, 3, 43 Oramatncs 33 Dr1ver's Educatlon 33 GAA 1: German Club 23 Glee Club 1: Intramurals 13 Natlonal Honor Soclety 2, 3. 4-Secretary 43 Physlcs Club 3. 4: Prom Commlttee 3- CorCharrman 33 Sensor Play 43 Sewlng Club 2, 33 Student Exchange 1: Student Leader 43 Aurigan 4-Senior Sectuon Edltor. 444. 4-V 'I' "va-ant Beverly M3Chi3 Marie Malnati PICTURE BELOW LEFT: Students support John Cavaher for Student Government Day. PICTURE BELOW RIGHT: Bull Chapin exammes muscle tissue dunng a Sensor Scsence tab penod I1 5 ' N' YQ. :fs m l- 'L ,ka K--. y A L RENE MANIEHIJE. b. ,lfsnuary 1, 1950. Allsed Youth 2: AudsoaVssuaI 1, 33 Bsrsfl 1. B.ssel1sall 1. L? 3, 4 Basketball 1. 3. 4: Cross Country 21 Intramurals 1, '33 Sfnool Slorr- 4. Student leader 41 Volleyball 2. THOMAS MANGHUE, b lylfsrcts 29. 19423. Arts .snsgl Crafts 1. Audsofxfssual 11 Cooksng 1. Football 3, Glee Club 1. lntr,snsusals 1, 2. Model Maksng Club 2: Prom 3, Wesghtlsftsng 3 ROBERT JOHN MARION b. July 2, 19501AlIsed Youth 11 Arts and Crafts 3 Bassebasll 1. 2, 3. 41 Basketball 1. 2, 3. 41 Class Pressdent 3: Drsver's EC1Llf,f11IOl12f Football 11 Hall Monstor 3. 4, Intramurals 1,23 Model Maksng Club 1 Prom 3, School Store 3: Sensor Play 4: Aurigan 4. BARBARA ELLEN MARTIN. b Otitober 1, 1950: Allsed Youth 1. 2, Ansercgsan Fseld Servsce 2, 3, 43 Gsrls' Softball 2, Gsrls' Basketball 2: Dramatscs 4: Drsver's Educatson 31 GAA 1. 2, 3, German Club 21 Glee Club 1: Gymnastscs 1: Intramurals 1, 2. 31 Natsonal Honor Socsrsty 2. 3, 4-Treasurer 43 Auriga 3-CofFeatures Edstor 3: Prom 3: Sensor Play 3, Sewsng Club 2: Gsrls' Volleyball 2. 3: Aurigan 3, 4-Edstor snaChset 4, Aursgan Bowl 1, 2. 31 Lsttle Red Schoolhouse 2: Gsrls' Fseld Horkey 1.2. 3. BRUCE ELLIOT MAZERALLE, b. June 7, 1950: Audso- Vssual I. 2, 3L Chess Club 1. 23 Cooksng 1: Dramatscs 11 Drsver's Educatson 31 Glee Club 1: Groundskeepsng 3: Intramurals 1, 2. 3: Model Maksng Club 2: Newspaper Club 13 Sks Club 1. FREDERICK CARL MIELKE, b. August 30, 1950: Allsed Youtls 1, 23 Amerscan Fseld Servsce 2. 3: Audsobvssual 3: Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Basketball 43 Class Vsce'Pressdent 31 Cross Country 2, 3, 4: Drlver's Educa- tson 3: Football 1: Hall Monstor 4: Intramurals 1: 2: Prom 3: Sensor Play 4: Student Leader 4, WILLIAM RICHARD NARDO, b. March 27, 1950: Sensor Play 4. JESSIE GENINE NEWTON, b. July 17. 19503 Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Cheer! leadsng 3. 4-Captasn 4: Drsver's Educatson 3: Glee Club 1. 2, 3. 4-President 41 Masorettes 2, 3, 4-Lead Masorette 3, 43 Natsonal Honor Socsety 2. 3. 4-Vsce Pressdent 4: Prom 3: Sensor Play 2, 4: Student Leader 3, 43 Aurigan 4-Sales Manager 4, GARY CLIFFORD O'BRlEN, b. January 4, 1951: Arts and Crafts 23 Audsoevssual 23 Drsver's Educatson 3: Intramurals 2, 3: Model Maksng Club 23 Wesghtlsftsng 2, Kstchen Help 4. ROBERT ERNEST OLINSKI, b. February 4, 1949: Baseball 3: Drarnatscs 4: Drsvers Educatson 3: Football 3: Glee Club 1. 2: Golf Club 3: Gymnastscs 3: Hall Monitor 4: Intramurals A , z f . 'Zig' my . .,, . A, .,5m. 2 1 1 1-. K nr 'T' ,li Rene Manghue Thomas Manghue Robert Marson Barbara Martsn Bruce Mazeralle QS ,si qv- R "ff -. ,ll ls l ti A 4:'L:x1.. .-1,111 Yiflf fi " , Kathleen Packlsck Mary Paul Loretta Peck ,G Q. , ' f i ..- I sm 'wvlh "' J 7' I Judy Sclmwder Larry Schoonmaker ABOVE: ln a scrsmrnage agasnst Salssbury, Rene lvlanghue I 1 1 J I goes sn for a lay-up whsle Rsck Mselke C335 moves sn for reboundsng posstson. A 1-L .a..L.L 1, 2, 3, 4, Auriga 3, Prom 3, School Store 4, Senior Play 4, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Student Leader 3, Volleyball 3, Weightlifting 3, Wrestling 4. KATHLEEN ANN PACKLICK, b. August 2, 1950, Allied Youth 1, 2, American Field Service 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading 3, 4-Assistant Captain 4, Student Council Representative 1, 2, 3, 4-Secretary 3, Vice'President 4, Dramatics 2, Driver's Education 3, GAA 1, 2, German Club 2, Glee Club 1, Majorettes 2, 3, 4, Auriga 3, Prom 3, School Store 3, Sewing Club 3, Ski Club 1, 2, Student Exchange 2, Aurigan 4-Photography Editor 4. MARY ELINA PAUL, b. January 16, 1951, Band 1, Cooking 1, GAA 1, 2, Library Club 1, 2, Sewing Club 1, 2. LORETTA MAY PECK, b. January 24, 1950, Allied Youth 1, 2, Band 1, Driver's Education 2, Glee Club 1,'Prom 3, Senior Play 4, Sewing Club 3, Aurigan 4. ELIZABETH ANN PEZZEE, b. May 15, 1950, Allied Youth 1, 2, American Field Service 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4-Secretary-Treasurer 4, Basketball 3, Driver's Education 3, Future Teacher's 2, 3-Secretary 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Prom 3, Volleyball 3, Aurigan 4-Activities Editor. ROBERTA MARIE PREISS, b. March 4, 1951, Allied Youth 1, 2, American Field Service 2, 3: Band 1, 2. 3, 4-Secretary 23 Class Secretary 2. 3. 4. Dramatics 2, Driver's Education 4, Future Teachers 3: GAA 1. 2. 31 Ger- man Club 2: Glee Club 1, 3, Intramurals 1: National Honor Society 2. 3.1 Prom 3, Ski Club 1. 3, Student Leader 3:Aurigan 4-Candids Editor. ROBEPTA ELEANOR READ. b. November 5. 1948: Allied Youth 21 DVEIFTTETICS 4 Dr vers Education 4: Library Club 2: Auriga 1, SUSAN MARGARET RUEGER. b. Nfarfl- 27, 19491 GAA 3. 4: Intramurals 2. 3. 4. JUDY ANNE SCHNEIDEP b September 13, 1950, Allied Youth 1. 2-Student Representative, Cheerleading 3, 4, Class Vice-President 1. 2: Dramatics 1. 2. 3. 4: GAA 1. 2. 3: Intramura s 1, 2, 3: Prom 3: Senior Play 2,41 Student Leader 3: Aurigan 4. LARRY DENNIS SCHOONMAKER, b. March 2. 19503 Allied Youth 1: Baseball 1,21 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4-Captain 4: Driver's Education 3: Football 2. 3. Hall Monitor 3. 4, Intramurals 1, Prom 3-Co-Chairman 3: Student Leader 3. 4-Head Leader 3, 41 Aurigan 4-Prom Editor 4. fb. 'fx , 'IP' Ns, in-.-A kr. 'ff -W... 1"' J sie Newton Gary 0'Brieri Robert Olinski Frederick Mielke William Nardo es ...-- is -:P Elizabeth Pezzee Roberta Preiss Roberta Rf wt ABOVEIQM burns A .L .'.ff,:" . ,.K,,..3..g ".u',..'-I I .g2v,l-Q..i iw. -'. '.-gg--1 Q ..f ,- . . ,. ,. .. . g , 150 - ,.-V -1 1 , .1-'Eff - 1f"v" 7 5--4?-'. ' .4 V, . ai, ' Wi QT' 1' Vs., Gary Shepard Esther Smith K 5' TEA 6 4' .3 9-ff' lg. S- l-gwrenge Sturggg BVLICE? TICIWQFIOI' GARY MERRILL SHEPARD, b. August 9, 1950, Camera 1, 21 Driver's Education 33 Model Making 13 Physics Club 3, 4: Auri- gan 4 ESTHER EILEEN SMITH. b. June 22, 1950: GAA 3: Glee Club 13 Intramurals 1, 2, 3: Prom Committee 3, Senior Play 4, Kitchen Staff 4. LAWRENCE CHRISTOPHER STURGES, b. January 31, 19513 Allied Youth 1, Basketball 1: Drivers Education 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3: Model Making 1, 21 Ski Club 3. BRUCE LEIGH TICHENOR, b. November 1, 1950: Allied Youth 1, 23 American Field Service 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4- ,a, -i V, nk , 43. E , .u if , g.. ,: , . ,ai ..3-"' Q- ,'.-- ..- .- ni, 1- -. 1 '1.1E'.fv" 572121 'M' 'T '11 " Sw' v Y' ,1' 1 , 'Qt . ' . " 5. .. 'J " I ,, . ,. 1 - .3 - ., ,gh 4 'X' 1 1 ,f 3 9' v' .gli Q ll 'C r , , ,,- '- A g :L .X ' u .4 , J 4 v n' pk ' a",fw"o" ' 5337- '2"""' 'i .te ' iv ,av . .. 1. r.:5'5'5.:2i'53'.w"" '51 I ' 'af fini ,W - , L-va..-ez-fn ,.. ...-...van -anim.--r" . I Susan Turner Phyllis Van Deusen President 3, 4. Baseball 1: Class Officer 4-President 4: Cross Country 1. 2, 3, 4-Co-Captain 3, Captain 4: Glee Club 1: Hall Monitor 3, 45 Intramurals 3, Prom Committee 3, Student Ex- change 13 Student Leader 4: Volleyball 31 Aurigan 4: Western District Band 2, 4: Boys' State 3: All County Band 2, 3, 4. SUSAN GAYLE TURNER, b. February 19, 19515 Chess Club 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 43 Library 1: Auriga 1: Prom Committee 3: Volleyball 33 Bridge 1. PHYLLIS JEAN VAN DEUSEN, b. August 26, 1950: Allied Youth 1, GAA 1, 2, 3: Glee .LEX PICTURE OPPOSITE: German-born Christa Grabmeler deslgned her own senior program-tor September, October, and November, a program called Germany and Italy. PICTURE BELOW: Sensor Ted Dombrowskl entertains underclassmen in the library. 4 4.L.L 6 tar 'I I Linda Warren Club 1, 2, Intramurals 45 National Honor Soclety 2. 3, 4, Prom Comrnittee3-ProgramChaurmangSewungClub2LStudentLeader 33 Nursing Club 3-Secretaryg Brlclge Club 1. LINDA ANN WARREN, b. June 20, 19501 Alllecl Youth l, 2g Band 1. 2, Drlver's Education 33 Glee Club 23 Prom Comnuttee 3-Dc-rom tions Chairman, Student Leader 3, 4: Aurigan 3, 4-Art Edltor LYNNE HEATHER WHITTAKER, b. January I, 1950, Arts and Crafts 13 GAA 2, 35 Intramurals 23 Prom Commlttee 3. 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'5 I 2 ' ' vnu' ' 66 ,Q-' -xg 5 1 2+ UPPER LEFT T0 RIGHT: Cross country team, 1967 fStanding: Bill Bender- manager, Coach Cote, David Pedersen, Delmar Tryon, Gary Driscoll, Eddie Tichenor, Jim Collins, Dick Sellew, Rick Mielke, Jim Bennett, Stanley Collins, Bill Turner, Kent Milligan, Neil Pedersen, Paul Van Deusen, Mike Finn-re- porter. Kneeling: David Hastedt, John Sellew, Duane Moulton, Wayne Dunlop, Brian Care, Bill Gulotta, Bruce Tichenor-captain, Chris Drumm, Scott Mao Kenzie, David Rood, Paul Milliganj, Mielke at the mile mark, Captain Tiche- nor at the finish line. LOWER LEFT TO RIGHT: The gun goes off, Coach Menin counting off seconds, cross country competitors awaiting team results, a sprint to the finish-Sellew, Collins, Bennett. 444. 1967 CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE AND RECORD S26 S29 O 3 O 6 O10 O13 O18 O20 O24 O27 O31 N 4 N11 Q19 624 E19 516 "28 322 MONUMENT MOUNTAIN WAHCONAH REGIONAL DRURY Lenox Mount Greylock Monument Mountain 325 Wahconah Regional U8 HOUSATONIC t'15 LENOX X124 MOUNT GREYLOCK 12f26 Western Mass. Champ. 1l!27 State Championships 4!12 Berkshire County CAPITALS-HOMES MEETS t wins ' s' l 'luv .Y ns u er' .1 IU? Y vis.. a. ..,, -I 'U' 1-uw, 957' 4 A .. -a -I .--A., , -qv',' y..-,ng W.. H, . """',.m... miftiiivfvfrv-s'..,r at .- 6 955 00 W, FOOTBALL TEAM-1967: 70-A. Wright CTD, 10-E. Harvey CQBD, 31-T. Gunzin- ger CHBD. 80-M. Edelman CED, 73-T. Domorowski CTD. 82-W. Chapin CED, 34- J. Cavalier CHBD. '39-D. Campbell CCD. 64-B. Trapnell CTD, 38-L. Gonzalez CHBD. 71-R. Cronk. 44-J. Stevens CED, 81--E. Smith CED. 40-J. Phillips CFBD, 65 -R. Miller CGD, 56-J Edelman CED, 61-M. Cassidy CGD. 72-W. Cary CTD. 83-G. Bralller CED, 60-B. Walsh CGD, 58-R. Turner CGD, 20-B. Parker CHBD, 12-T. Harrigan CQBD, 54-J. Harvey CGD. 22-W. Gunn CHBD, 55-B, Davidson CTD, 43- M Clark CED. 30--A. Cavalier CHBD, 41-D. Buckley CFBD. 35-M. Bachetti CHBD. 57-C. Wheeler CED. Coach: Mr. Callahan: assistant coaches:'lVlr. Fryc and lVlr. Gunzinger. Managers: P. Amidon, R. Judkins, G. Gringras, A. Ullrich, P. Cassidy, G Martin. CTeam captalni Terry GunzingerD. PICTURES AT LEFT: Coach Calla han discusses game strategy during a trying half-time. the Eagle bench. CENTER TOP TO BOTTOM: Mount Everett tries its strength against McCann, Eagles await the second half. cheerleaders watch the opposition punt, Gunzinger goes for a first down. RIGHT TOP TO BOTTOM: Coaches, lVlr. Fryc and Mr. Gunzinger, ap- praise a home-game situation, the managers stand by. W tall? Lrn' Xff nv' Xi Y, 4 . A 3 +0 or w A jifn , Y I, . , v M Q WA q:4" f N 'gnu SDJ fi UU 1 95 N-1' 6 J Q. ,U 4-.gg ii- in " 425' , JF-ga Z Wig 'eq 55. '9- .4 ,E Q , N YQ 5- " 1-'ff .3 356' X . ,Sl fQ0f,,'-fr E I 2 nys AL .-I A 4' 4 . 1 , 4 MAN S23 S30 O 7 O14 O21 O28 N 4 N11 QV - '. "' " ' 953535595 ' ' 'K ,. fx1u'9'-34 I "v'f ' I , 1967 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE AND RECORD O-28 Pune PIQNNS 2O-2O McCann O-43 NEW MILFORD 12-28 AMER SCH. FOR DEAF O-28 NEWTOWN 8-52 HOUSATONIC O-58 MOIWLIITWGIWY Moumtam 6-70 ROE ,JAN CAPITALS-HOME GAMES 69 offfylffffff ff pf' fxffzffa f QJWQZZZZ Z K i. xxxws Aff I 2 I 2. ""ff f f' . I r -f ,.a l i A I an N' J ,. ., i J Q' l l I SACKSTAGE: C15 Mrs. Camp adds final touches to Mrs. Wongs make up. ON STAGE: C25 Harold, laced with the probability of never winning the girl he loves Cwhom he has seen once. briefly, through the window ol a moving l'l2il1SOl11CElbJ listens to Obee's plan to turn him CHaroldJ -nto a sophistmated capable Casanova. The plan includes the help of Ei dancing teacher C3 and 43. a tailor. an English teacher C5J, and a 70 wine hostess. C65 Harold tries out what he has learned on Miss Nlunger. a girl from down the street. C71 Gottlieb, the tailor, prepares Harold for the big night at the ball, and the group sends him on his way. C83 Pro- moters and tutors celebrate Harold's probable success as a suitor while waiting for his return-an eventuality that reveals some hard truth, I i v, fir I r. .1 HI 'I ' +-i ri ,ww rf A ,,, , QL. ,Q-.L s s 1 4. 5 J , ,af . 7 V. rf' 7 at ff? , Aff.: I I- fx .440-:S .... QV ' -- Wausau-f'4 .auaqi-'ggi K. ILE. 3 0 5' 4 :Q 'Q x am! 4 PRODUCER I . . DIRECTOR . CAST OF CHARACTERS FATTO KLEEST I LEW BRINDLE , . OBEE ZWICK HAROLD SELBAR TANGO EDDIE FRECKER MR. GOTTLIEB . MISS PROSE MRS. WONG IRIS MUNGER, lu. 32 Holly Campbell Mr Muclmel Heggw Bob Ollnskl Bob Marlon John Johnston John Cnvnlufrr Bob Durym Manfred Lvelwsvh Carolyn Kurnlmll Chmyl Hall Judy Schneflclor CREDITSZ Clnclv 17lI"l'U, IWIHI Kolvf 'Vw Donny Cqrnp luqmw Q' ATI, aww , ." FIIIOTT, FVJIWLI IIIQEIITQ Ililvt' VL K H,"-, .I Nw AIICP Colllv ,lllcly Ilmxar-"I K HIV' I4"" 1 ,X I ,, 5,N...,. HrOok9 Vvallnam CIIEPIIT Il.-1 'x A Rolwrta Pre-:xx S-own XIVII' H IM' IPM" IV' IRYI1, IPQQIP NQWNIOII .faq J'-JK l I l 1 AMWE PICTURES BELOW-TOP ROW: Mr Oldfwld Ol5LlJSSIlWQ Smurf Of the mechahucs of clehltlhg wlth The Delmtlrw Clulz A LOFUIQ Vllrhey match fiiklflgh place under the' close scrutlhy 01 lVlr Davws Chess Club MIDDLE ROW: The School Store group, uncle-r Mr Cmuthll-r, fmqulres and sells supplues to muse money for the Student Couhfll Mr Olflflelrls Juhlor Hugh Sclehcfe Club pauiees from bending pu! l """l "7wlQ'-." -- .. . X F -mu V W -fy, 1 ,Q , 'K ."":l if 5' wfffl-, J ma x. 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Gulderl by the malorettes. the lVlarc'hmg Band renders the tradltlonal hymns and marches on Memorlal Day, and IIT lvlarch It provldes a halttlme show at the Western lvlassachusetts Small Schools Basketball Tournament, The PICTURES ON THIS SPREAD: 1-The Concert Band Cfrrst chalr performers: Susan Wllcox-flute, Elrzabeth Pezzee-clarlnet, Llndsay Lanoue-alto saxaphone, Judrth Ravvlungs-tenor saxa- phone, Wrllram Gulotta-alto clarrnet, Kevrn Wheeler-bass clarrnet, bLl!r1l'll'lf' Cl'L'lonnell-bassoon, Terry Gunmnger-trumpet. Bruce Tach enor-trombone Wllllam Turner-barltone. Terry Crurkshank- French horn, Russell Ravvllngs-sousaphone. James Law-snare drum, Arthur Greene-trmpanr, John Gulotta-bass drum, Trmothy Drumm-cymbal 2-Nlalorettes Cheryl Hall, Kathy Packlrck, Nancy Clark. Jessle Newton-captaln, Katharune Anderson. and Barbara an Stage Band, a selected group of advanced rnuslcrans, plays pop' ular musrc ranglng from Herb Alpert's themes to "Batman" All muslc actryrtles are gurded by lVlr. Wartella. Throughout the year he conducts sectronal rehearsals and expends much-appreclated effort workrng wlth lndlvrduals to Improve thelr technlques. lVlcNamara. 3-The Stage Band. 4-The Basketball Pep Band Bruce Tlchenor, Pamela Bock, Terry Gunzrnger, Rack Nllelke, John Gulotta. James Law. and Ralph Wheeler. 5-Elrzabeth Pezzee. Nell Pedersen, Llndsay Lanoue. and Judith Rawlrng leading the reed sectlon durlng the Chrustmas Pageant. 6-lVlr. Wartella conductrng the Concert Band durlng an actrvuty peruod rehearsal. 7-Frrst and second trombones. 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Q . . .ll A YE.: Q.. i PICTURE TOP LEFT: Varslty team: Ernue Loulson-manager, Bull Bender-manager, Mr. Chamberland-coach, Mr. Gauthner-coach, Ruchard Dozier, Frank Hugguns, Nuck Pshemshny, Bull Chapm, Jum Bennett, Rene Manghue. Tom Slndler, John Golden, Bob Marlon, Wayne Schoonmaker, Rlck Muelke, Larry Schoonmaker-captaan, ab- sent: Vln Ullrlch, Dave Smuth. PICTURE TOP RIGHT: Junlor varsuty team: Mr. Gauthter-coach, Bob Law- manager, Tum Harrlgan, Stan Colllns. John Cook-captaln, Vun Ullruch, Don Robare, Dave Pshennshny, Dave Smith, Kung Hunt, Keuth Fletcher, Jem Edelman. PICTURE BOTTOM LEFT: A Schoonmaker C409 chop knocks the ball away from Feagless C455 wautung hands and untermeshung fungers. Tom Sandler C545 wants, OPPOSITE 4: 4 Q 'xxx x .X , is , ' ,,, , , 3 ,, Q A-9 I ft. - . uf' in -0 :-f' as A f .L 1 W M ' ,I jg r N L .'-E S N.. i I ' ,. si' ...u I X A .L .L PAGE SMALL PICTURE1 5- "T"' Zheerteader fe BELOW: Puts ,,, a '22: Dwi- r Ve tae-P' 'S ' Od!! ov-ev 5 f-1 1 rg in 1 fe" Moontrn cet-awe' Sw":'e' we THIS PAGE CENTER LEFT1 :EYE ' fixe- after a 'Ja "0" 'zo -nf. : 'mv' Mourta n BELOW: De' ,nw S:ncor-make' a'1 3 'Q--' tam defender 57" age 1' ,- ,If Idswonr o.e' Tarn Sn: er -'-BVPE ani andthe' tie'-vie' THIS PAGE CENTER RIGHT: A 'JQJF' fpgrrff nu jjj .: yy' ng Coach Chamcenafc ' r re'e'ee BELOW: P'a:' :Q ., Q J. J V Coacn Gap" er-'aim' : CISVYN. SVWC3LJVBE6V"'E"I' '71 w 44, J f I 1" , my I1 'WVI if 1 4 ff 1' X ' I I 1968 BASKETBALL SCH EDULE-VARSITY RQE ,IAN Chathaftt D15 57-75 D18 59-109 D22 63-on Gztevmt J3 63-Q' 'JCWIWT GREYLOCH 15 JO-103 RHMJW a'e.ds JO eo-'1 Dfw an J12 43-'1 ,'wJx:vJ5Nf rm,L,N.A N Jxe 'J-as tH+a'wA2' Ate 'ei-as ::'x: 'Iftl 'Qjmp v t.,, 111 Af ' X N A . .. W Ff vt"-A 'S F0 -1.17,' 'V A .mini K:i flvl sox FR. .x. 4 4 .l 1 Qu ang A 49. 2. ' .Q l n I ' XVI I N V W .94 an 1 'R 7 U1 1 1 1 up l io 3 3 J- k 1 if 'hour' arf' If WNW! 'i.!Inf9x"fA1,ia1 -11 ,V vb, ,. Q 1. . 14.-. - ' , , , 'N' . ' If ,,.1 '..-, yn x 'ff 1 -'qfhi .- ' "'. 4 -:N 'f nm- . . . , " 'J I. , '4 'uk s'?'i'o , g'zjIo.rH " ' "1" 4" ' ' J fl i., g-5:1 L, DJ b xi, ttgkli J :Q v, I f:d,,:v',,2:M y if' in Q f A - 5 ,Jr fp,-uf Mlm Sponsored by NIT. EVERETT LUMBER, INC., Sheffield T Q' 'Mn' 'HQ I F' 4.1 , r I 3 i I .LAL P' Ji waves'-bvuvli 's "K "-'A'-'Q f Q' 'f -, Hfk4f!+f33fWUZy. ,f . -. . S ', -.. ,, ,- 4.4 Jr M, . . F V . AQ? . , . , 1 , N ,KX "Mfr -' fa..,f,fg.f AJ H9 ,A ' O V,J,vx'+f, y Y . . 4 "'! PICTURE ON OPPOSITE PAGE: Irwoilmll f"IN'f'VIf'.iCIf"f'x-WIII1 Cxrmvh Frlsbue-watch as alterrmteCmr1y Zurm dow ra Pvtor Pram lump fm mf photographer. PICTURES ABOVE-TOP: Bnskvtlmll ffueflrlf-vim CTM Judkms perfoms before Captam Jvssw Nr-wtrm, De-hm Kvlwy H+-tw rah Dempsey, Judy Schneudor, Llwu Prufv, Mfurrma Fhwklurk, Pmtfmlr-4-rw Packllck, and Barham MrtNar1mm IMMEDIATELY ABOVE: Nw frwrtmll cihewrnmg squad, WIH1 rvmwot f',H'IF'. lhrmggw II1Vl'.'.1'III1rwHH'1'v'V1Iw' H wise starting wlth H10 4-xtorwcivd frmth Bmlmm Cirmm, Tr-fu, Crunk- shank, Lmdsay l,.mour1. Cathy Dodger hmm- Hrwywvth, Sm m Grwv Qumm Gurvmqer. Kat Anriorson. and flmtam Viwwy' U Sponsored by L 8- G SERVICENTER. Great Barrmgton LEFT: Bair-I-fr'1 IVIIQIIH Du LJ VlIT:.Q.1II'.' P' t -+ + " " 4 ,-.f, I 41' vw" -3 if he l'll lllltl N llll lll RIGHT llll' lfb Hill IOM 1068 tiyiiiri.isln s li-,ini-sl niilim- John Gulotta. Louis Gonzalez, Terry Gunzinger, John Cavalier. Neil Craw- ford. Wayne Dunlop, Robert Emberlin, Bill Cary, Anthony Cavalier. Phillip Amidon. Brian Care, John Fratalone, Gary Brallier, Bob Duryea, Joe Read lmanagery-km-1-I im Sharon Gleason, Cathy Dodge, Stacey Brandt, Lindsay Lanoue, Anne Pasche, Cheryl Hall, Shelley L'l-lommedieu, Lauri Riiski, Carolyn Kimball, Madelaine Smith, Susie Gunzinger, Linda Tryon, Katharine Andere song iiillwillni il -wliwls Brian Care-handstand, parallel barsg Cheryl Hall-back somersault, trampolineg Lind- say Lanoue-warmeupp trampoline: Wayne Dunlop- back layout. trampoline: Nancy Pasche-Valdez, floor exercise: Terry Gunzinger- giant, high bar: Cathy Dodge -squat jump, balance beamg John Fratalone-scissors, Side horse: imiinr :mi nl lliw- li-lirutxry lil i.llll,lNllll,l nil'--l Ilfil in wht Steve Shmulsky and Steve Embere lin lmanagersj. Stephen Brallier and Mr. Fryc tboys' iudgesl, Carol Maghery lllash-girly, Miss Frisbie and Mrs. Raftery lgirls' judgesl, team and spectators llwrllwil ww, mlm lrliiii it-ll Coach Susan Doane: ln iirlif Coach Brian Callahanjg iiiilivilllllil sliiils Terry Gunzinger-scissors, side horse: Kit Anderson-hitch kick. balance beamg John Cavalier-L-seat, parallel bars. Linda Tryon-eagle, unevens: Gary Brallier-back somersault. trampolineg Mrs. Callahan, Miss Frisbie, Elizabeth Cary. and Coach Callahan-February 3 Cathe- dral meet .in , I' NM., 02? Q 'v 099609 5 Hal 1-Holly Campbell to Llma. Peru, on lnternatlonal Fellowshlpg 2- and Chorus, 4-Wllllarn Cnapln, Bruce Tlchenor, and Manfred Larry Schoonrnaker Rene Mangnue. and Wllllam Cnaplng All Stars, Luebscn: Boys State Representatlvesz 5-John Cavaluer: Student 19683 3-Bruce Tlcnenor and Laura Scnolzg Western Dlstrlct Band Government Day Representatlve, 19681 6-Glovannl Uohnj Torello Q Q r lf. ze ,HM V : VR.. , Bea Welt: WEE! pg. 'DL C 1 1 W I ISL 'sf at :wt ' , X F 5 l ll l 1 I l -1. I A 4 . W.. vA.' Socnsorevcl by CHARLES GRAHN, JOHN E, HASSETT, MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR SCHOPP. WIL- LARD C. FRl1NCH, MR, AND MRS. JOSEPH MALNATI, AND DR. AND MRS. MORRIS HILF. ' .L..L.L i I I I I I I. from Sao Paulo, Brazil, on International Fellowship: Hector Ansaldi and John Cavalierg Natignal Mem Letters of Commendiiio, i from Rosario, Argentina, on International Fellowship: 7-Katharine ' Anderson: National Merit Finalistg Robert Duryea, Manfred Liebsch, ii ,, I I I I 1-ff Sponsored by WILLIAM C. STEVENS. Southfield nu was '1 1, U 1x ,ge .ew -.-1 v-on--41 .nq'l 0gqp4'?1gq "a 1 ' ' . ' " ' rim U fda. Q ft- "fl h -G' h' 1 ,,,,.,,...-4,. - 3 fx' 'L ','? ,,:g.'.,-,ff, L 4 D -xvfft, . -,523 .Aff-I 1- 'f-,415 . ' .. -........,.. ,K Q I r - W - . , - qv ' . Q ' - h 1 E , v . I 2 L .- . I 411. ' . 7 J .l A I 'Y I. .- ' 5 A. P""" ' 3 4 ,QNMI 21. 9 . I ll u v N' - .1 71 !U!SQx1', ' 1 I I I 'Ill' I I I D i '4 .' ' -.4 'I TI I I I fl I av' I ' PICTURES ON THIS SPREAD: 1-Student e'oer Elen Prlce offlclztes a IU f ey" g me 2-lVIr, Rutsteln trles llfe from the students' oersoeitllle 3-Llf llbrary pass, shortcuts out of Room 21,11-The llorary-s place of ooolls mags' tllts wlnclows to let In a warm autumn days 5-Senlor glrls "knock arrow. , incl wld. atlently. but staunchly, wants for IVlr. Kelleys flrst oerloo olology class I,-I' I: tr .m..L.L 71 1 A,-f. Y..VHY4V.. . ,,,, rl- ' ' 21 from CP Englush IV senlorsb to go somewhere else, 7-A pass IS neeoelil, W one for Susle Gunzlnger, 8-A lack of frlctlon on the surface of tne lfliu I oglrvlrlg lo me Ifif.-rl -f' EXIT to Cars: IVlr. Rutsteln, Mr. Kelley. and Mr. Oldfleld observe tnls truln. I I 5' I r I if II --4. III MII: 4 ETD .wg I, 21 l I I I -I 'I ll I I , I I I Alaggl 42 I ,. 4. fl "s, f""" Wi.. N. ., r-vb-.. rf-' , .,. 4'+Kd Q Y' """'-- .- qls I If jr' -1 .L fSCHOOL LIFE-CONTINUEDQ PICTURES ON THIS SPREAD: 1-Be fore English ll class begins, Helga Paist and To Sir with Love. 2- For class meeting, the iuniors crowd into Room 21 fthe largest classroom in the buildingj and overflow onto the Room 21 stage. 3 -A panorama of football: Eagles entertain an opposing team on the football field. 4-lvlr, Oldfield fvvhose automobile license plates proclaim that force equals mass times accelerationl shares some of his enthusiasm for science with eager iuniorvhigh students. 5- Ellen Carter waits for a 'fuse-both-hands" biology microscope. 6- An English grammar book suggested avoidance of unnecessary S e foreign terms in formal writing, so Bill Chapin tries extending that 2 c If I I y B lo 7 Q I2 I3 M is I6 ?pn:.1..1i:Wf7iwfe1-"f.' ' I .1 , , -ig? 1 i 1 , ,...a t .--all KX ...4 . ' 2 .fl ' . i' f -'-f ' ' Q V -u in 3' I I r - , X ' ' . 1 , - -, 4 . ' 'L .. Mix Y -'I ' 5 . ,- xv- " "!. ,E Q 4 .:, h X gxtftril ' P- -V ,-" N' 1 "' J. 2 ' I' .I ' "?I'1.'-' , ,QQ-N - ' vt ' ' , L., 'Rx' if V , ,,..-S 1 0 . A 'ix M' V . we '-' - V- It vn'-.u J Sponsored by BOSWORTH STUDIO, Springfield. W I i' l I 3. v, .XII I . - -. 'I I I I 'Jr' ,lfr I l l li idea in the language lab. 7-No one had the heart to awaken Tim- othy Zucco after the fifth-period bell rang. 8-Juniors Terry Cruik- shank and Tommy Funk study into their lunch period. 9-lVlr. Dunham, with his unique verve, keeps his Illinois lVlath Il students thinking mathematically. 10-Jean Chapin is set off by a high light contrast as she pauses before the Student Publications Room door. 11-Patti Irvine serves tea Cor coffeej to Yale-man Norman Kinzie at the Junior Class-sponsored Christmas Tea. 12-The Elec- tric Knife entertains at LSD fthe last senior dancej-"Cherished Reflections." 13-The second house to be built by the Building Structure Class was completed early this school year: it is situated .L on Park Street in Sheffield. lil-The 1967-68 Building Structure group stands on the front porch of their proiecti1FrankS3:llo. Craig Elliott, Ed Farnum. Gary OBrien. Jim Smith. Lech Eichsteiilt. 'xlr Sellevv, and David Wrightb. 15-The third Building Strtictiire liicse was begun early this school year on Berkshire School Boaifi. fr picture shovvs the boys. supervised by Mr. Selleri. lepieling off nii.-. . poured concrete as it sets in foundation forms 15--Lectures Q' s cussions, and exams are interrupted, lights turned cff. .-.ii'il3.i.s and doors closed. and students and teachers file cut of ll building for another of the endless fire drills A ' A' 1. . .fi'V' 'I 'I"'STr.xj . i V 1ii,'1'A2. ?"".i-' '-' ig .-iiwrgff i jg: ' l' .i - "-'ifii'l.2l'f.i, g 1- Y 2: 5, .-U-. ' A--. - -A . S" " ,' .-'.s- X' ' f i J? ., iz" f i .I ' , ,, "cv 591 als 2-'ggi 5.4! K :gi-L '. ff ' 1 .. . f "' ' -' in 12- -Meier' . V 4 i ' i, .- J . ' Hai?-, 4 5 i 9 .2 I L f in 4. . S :O S Q, 2 i K Ibis. Y ar if if if if' '. ', ' I - .. 1 ' l i I l - -A--...Q-,L.L.4a-s.au4..-f H... l L ill f" if- .3 limi P' by Gordon s Second Hand Shop, Pine Tree Cabin. Brooks insurance tors. Longmeadow Fam. nfs .. . . , lnc.. Morgan Motors. Cabaray. Holden and Stone. Egremont Contrac Polka Dot. and Under rvloiiiiliiiw Orc'-:mls 'wil .Ei-af'-' r 4 v n-f-ra . rj' u. ,nr , - ,, vt, . 3 '- ln oftnber. 1966 the 1968 Aurlgan pronect was offered to and accepted hy nwernbers nt the Class of 1968, lJpon benng elected edntor-nnnchnef by tlnosrl rnenrnbers, I had a dnnnn conceptnon of what the project would entanl, Snnce then the conceptlon has been gradually nllumnnatedl some of the nllumnnatnon has nnvolved -serwnng .nn exlntor nn chnef apprentnceshnp on the 1967 Aurigan pronect -apponntnng staff mennbers for the 1968 Aurigan -establnshnng the dutnes and responsnbnlntnes of staff members -provndnng nnstructnons and frannnng for staff members --schedulnng yearbook worklsessnons and meetnngs -plarnnrng agenda for yearbook meetnngs -plannnng asslgnments for yearbook work-sessnons -nnanntannnng meetnng and worknsessnon attendance record -plannnng the yearbook unnt -establnshnng yearbook specnfncatnons for prnntnng and photography contracts -selectnng a prnntnng company -selectnng a school photographer -coordnnatnng staff work wnth the yearbook unnt plan -keepnng a ralendar of past events -keeplng a futures calendar -plannnng and assngnnng deadlnnes -assngnlng work unnts -overvnewnng work benng done -fttltif knng the progress of assngned work -dnrectnng the chartnng of yearbook progress -learnnng the mechanncs and prnncnples of photography -antncnpatnng yearbook unnt and photographnc needs -plannnng coverage of school events -plannnng group pnctures -schedulnng student and professnonal photographers -arrangnng photographnc needs wnth the admnnnstratnon ftnmes. places, nndnvnduals, and groupsj -edntnng negatnves for prnnt orders -earmarknng and fnlnng pnctures -learnnng layout prnncnples, methods. and requnrements -establnshnng layout format standards fpagnnatnon, margnns, sepa- ratnon, copy style, type style and snzes ,..s 5 -plannnng and selectnng cover desngn, colors, and maternal -selectnng styles and snzes of prnntnng types for copy -settnng up copy models and standards -nnnannrtannnng records of events and sports results -manntannnng coordnnatnon between yearbook unnt plan and copy -wrntnng copy Cutnlnznng prnncnples of copy wrntnngj -controllnng manuscrnpt standards -Stialnng copy' -proof readnng and cross-checknng copy -rnanntannnng layout and copy records -plannnng and dnrectnng specnal prnntnng effects -coordnnatnng solncntatnon and yearbook nnsertnon of advertnsements -nnnnrntannnng fnnancnal progress charts -rlnrectnng the preparatnon of advertnsement art and copy -ninnnfn tnng the manntenance of yearbook sales records -nnnnnnrnrlnate handlnng of yearbook correspondence -n"n'nCJltjll13tIllg yearbook content wnth unexpected aspects of school lnfe -C7Wt'lft'lllQ for notnng, and correctnng yearbook content omnssnons -manrntanrnnng oualnty control on yearbook maternal -dnrectnnni nnnnnednafe checknng and returnnng of proofs to the prnntnar These rrfspornsnbnlntnes and chores were handled wnth the cooperatnon nrntl contrnluutnons of ftn an excellent yearbook staff and group. C21 :rnenrnbnrs nf the arlmnnnstratnon-especnally Mr Trocchn and Mr. Slnnmnrnskn-vvtno were nnstrumental nn arrangnn tnmes, places, and groupe for meetnnngs and photography, t3J the gaculty members who pr-rrrnntlenl student photographers to enter classes, expended tnme and tnlf-snrt ninmplylntj wnth yeflrbook photography schedules, and-as club , nntlvnsr-rs or group rlnrectur ,--provnded needed nnforrnatnon about thenr 5 r,lut,ns or groups. null the nffnce secretarnes who were extremely helpful n,:n1l nnntnernt, and 151 the busnnesses and nndnvnduals who agreed to , A .lCl'Jffl1lf-Q nn the 1968 Aurigan. 2, Barbara Martnn Eclntorrnn Chnef ' n 93:11:12 1' 96 YEARBOOK CONTRIBUTION CREDITS tThe follownng contrnbutnons summary ns essentnally correct wnth these qualnfncatnons C13 Yearbook contrnbutnons renected by qualnty controls recenved only partnal credrt-and in some cases none. The last conf trnbutors of prevnously rejected yearbook maternal recenved partnal or total crednt for the work. C25 A few staff posntnons nnvolved dutnes that could not be crednted objectively. Crednt adjustments have been made nn such cases nn an attempt to provide adequate recognntnon where nt ns due. These adnustments are lndncated by snngle asternckst fcrednts nncreased by 50land double asternckstffi fcrednts nncreased by 1001.1 ' ' Katharnne Anderson, executnve edntor 292+ Barbara Martnn, edntor-nn-chnef 29024 Lnnda Warren. art edntor 257 Marne Malnatn, sennor sectnon edntor 168 Laura Klenn, lnterary edntor 157' Kathleen Packlnck, photography edntor 107' Barbara Coons, coordinator ll 103ft Susan Brooks, compnlatnon edntor 80 Elnzabeth Pezzee , 68 Loretta Peck 66 Marnlyn Beneat, secretary 62t Jessne Newton, sales manager 59' Robert Duryea 53 Sarah Blodgett 51 Ruth Chase, features edntor , . 50 Manfred Lenbsch, busnness manager 5021 John Cavalner, sports edntor , , 40 Donna Gower , 5 36 Carolyn Knmball 35 Bruce Tnchenor 32 James Collnns 29 James Bennett 26 Sherry Caul 26 Ann l-lnggnns 24 Lnnda Camp 22 Cheryl Hall 20 Bnll Chapnn 16 Debra Kelsey 16 Terry Gunznnger 9 Robert Marlon 9 Marne Pasche 7 Mark Edelman 5 Nell Pedersen Roberta Prenss Barbara McNamara 5 5 5 Larry Schoonmaker 5 .a..L..i.. 7 9 I I 5' lv' l V F " R r q, lv I R' A v . 6961 fooqos '5Quo13eH qqebremq 'fm aq QBIUQGBJQII ,.,,7,,,- Y - . , . 1 X. 3 M 'Q , M 'rn , IU . n , -'skflw MV' I I' "Will I 'E -'VJ I 1 gl' r'1'1""F"!y" 4,5 Yfqxbf1Xf1Nf , X A - I , ,I E ,fn QYLQLLII QAEX1 . 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