Mount Everett High School - Aurigan Yearbook (Sheffield, MA)
- Class of 1973
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AURIGAN, 1973, Volume 18, is sponsored and prepared by
members of the Senior Class, Mount Everett Regional School,
Sheffield, Massachusetts. Due to deadline and delivery schedules,
this yearbook spans the period of time from February, 1972, to
Editor-in-Chief: Donna Bachetti
Co-Executive Editor: Annemarie Eggenberger
Co-Executive Editor: Elaine Wuori
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CoMMUN1TY ,limi 3
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Community ....,.... .... 2
Mount Everett .... .... 4
Personnel .... .... 6
Administration . . . . .. 8
Faculty ........ . . . 10
Seventh Grade .... . . . 14
Eighth Grade .. . ... 16
Ninth Grade .... .. . 18
Tenth Grade ...... . . . 20
Eleventh Grade . . . . . . 22
Student Profiles . . . . . . 24
Curriculum ....... . . . 28
Foreign Exchange . . . . . . 86
Senior Play ....... . . . 38
Prom .......... . . . 40
Graduation . . . . . 42
Music ..... . . . 44
Art ....... . . . 46
Activities .... . . . 48
Baseball .... . . . 54
Softball ...,... . . . 56
Cross Country . . . . . 58
Football ...... . . . 60
Field Hockey . . . . . . 62
Boys' Basketball . . . . . 64
Girls, Basketball . . . . . 66
Cheerleading ..... . . . 68
AwardsfCredits ... .. . 70
Calendar ....... . . . 72
Seniors ... . .. 78
Index ....... . . . 90
Epilogue ............................. 92
COVER AND UNIT PLAN: From over 600
designs submitted by students, the imaginative,
easy, and appropriate treesfmountainfsunset
design by Lindsey Crawford was selected by ex-
ecutive editors as winner of the 1973 Aurigan
cover competition. Other admired designs have
been included in this book on pages where there
are some suggestions of relationship between
page content and designs. Thus, the designs are
intended to function as motifs - turning up
throughout the book. The editors liked especially
the wild, ranging imagination of Clem Robins,
whose designs turn up on several pages in the
book, and the calm sensitivity of designs by Char-
1972 DI TRICT
OPER TINC EXPE S
Sheffield, New Marlborough Cincludes Clay-
ton, Hartsville, and Southfieldl, Monterey, Al-
ford, and Egremont make up the Southern Berk-
shire School District. The population of each
town in 1970 Clast census! was as follows:
Sheffield ............................. 2,374
Egremont ........ .... 1 ,138
New Marlborough . . . .... 1,031
Monterey ,....... . . . 600
Alford ................................ 302
Each town contributes to the school district.
The amount of each town's contribution is deter-
mined by the number of students from each
town. The operating budget figures are as fol-
New Marlborough S213,924.00
LEFT TOP: Covered bridge on County Road, Sheffield.
LEFT BOTTOM: Conversing in center of Hartsville on a nice
fall day - David Dempsey and Kathy MacDonald. MIDDLE
TOP: Out in the snow of a recent snowstorm in Monterey -
jay Amidon, Peter Newey, and Rick Friedman. MIDDLE
BOTTOM: Sitting in the center of Alford - Sue Whisenant.
RIGHT BOTTOM: The center of South Egremont.
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CUMM. APPRCVES TE -YE R PL
Plans for preventive maintenance - and other plans
to re-equip and refurnish - on a revolving ten-year
basis were approved by the school committee last fall.
The ten-year revolving plans Cinstituted by recommen-
dation of Mr. Doyle, director of buildings and
groundsl will effect proper maintenance of district
buildings and replace obsolete or worn-out equipment
and furnishings. In essence, instead of waiting for
major repair - or re-equipping - and being confront-
ed by sudden, unforeseen, and compulsive expendi-
ture, a "preventive" scheduling for upkeep will keep
district "plant" expenses on a relatively minimal and
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Towns in District ........... .... . . . . .
School Committee Members .................... 10
CAlford, 1, Egremont, 2g Monterey, 1g
Sheffield, 4g New Marlborough, 2D
Administrators ............................... '10
Faculty Members .......... .... 7 0
SecretariesfOffice Workers .... . . . 8
Custodians ................ .... 1 1
Cafeteria Workers . . . . . . 9
School Nurses ...... . . . 1
Aides .................... .... 1 0
Buses ..................... ...... 4 0
Students transported by bus ,............... 1,8275
Total bus mileage annually . . . . . 188 866
School buildings .......... .
Mount Everett . . .
New Marlborough . . .
North Egremont . . .
Sheffield Center . .
Ashley Falls ....,............
South Egremont ...............
Grade LevelfNumber of Students
Tuitioned out ..........
Graduates june 9, 1972
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PERSONNEL M I TE
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ADMINSTR ATIVE AIDS:
NCE PER ONNEL
Mount Everett's largest uclassroomn belongs to Mr.
Doyle,s maintenance class. The "classroom', is made
up of all the districts educational facilities, and stu-
dents get actual on-the-job training in a variety of
maintenance specialties. In addition to the instruction
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Mrs. Curtiss - Supervisor, Mrs. Bock, Mrs. Gleason. ABOVE BOT-
TOM: Bus driver Mrs. Rood. ABOVE RIGHT: Nurse Mrs. Gugino.
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WORK WITH STUDE PPRE TICE
provided by Mr. Doyle, students have opportunities to
Work with and learn from the districtis maintenance
personnel. Besides adding to the range of courses open
to occupational education students, the maintenance
program provides the district with considerable sav-
Mrs. Ullrich Mrs. Pedersen Mrs Streeter
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CUSTODIANS AND MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL
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Mr. Raymond F.
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sci-iooi. COMMITTEE MEMBERS - 1972-I'9'f3
Mr. Roger P. Salzmann. chairman -- New Marlborough Mr. Osborne E. Dugan - Monterey I ig
Mrs. Robert A. Pederson. vice-chairman -- Alford M r. Coleman P. Nimick - New Marlbiirou
Miss Faye Campbell - Egremont M r. James T. Collingwood -- Sheffield 1
Mrs. Erik H. Haupt - Egremont
REVIEW DISTRICT-WIDE TE TING
Having received some of the results from the spring,
1972, standardized testing, the Administrative Council
- under Dr. Adamson and composed of all district
administrators - is taking a careful look at test results
and contemplating curriculum revision which the anal-
yses suggest should be made. The council, meeting
regularly and dealing with formal, pre-arranged agen-
da, is especially well-suited to effect maximum bene-
fits from the testing results. All information and dis-
cussion will eventually form a 'ccommon denomina-
tori' for all administrators and, consequently, a united
administrative effort - in regard to coordination of
revised or enriched district curriculum, K through 12
-- may be possible.
Mr. Thomas Mr. Robert Gauthier -
Gonsolati - Director-Teacher of
Director of Pupil Occupational
Personnel Services Education
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Mr. james A.
Shiminski - District Educational
Assistant Principal Planner
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MR. ALVARES MRS.
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Leo D. Alvares, Fordham University -- B.S.g English 5-83 SBTA Presi-
dent. Carolann M. Boardman, Sheffield High Schoolg Languages 5-12
tTeacher's Aidel, Basketball Cheerleading Advisor. Francis 1. Bozek,
University of Massachusetts - B.S.g Math 5-65 Assistant Football
Coach, Assistant Basketball Coach, Assistant Baseball Coach, MTA.
Iona C. Brigham, Carson-Newman College - B.S.g Home Economics T-
l2. Marcia E. Brolli, Colby College - B.A.g English 9-10g Sophomore
Class Advisor. Sheilah S. Campbell, University of Bridgeport - B.A.g
English 5-8, SBTA. Linda D. Carlon, University of Massachusetts -
BA., Art 1-8. Dianne C. Charest, .American International College -
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B.S.g Business Education 9-12. Barbara A. Cohen, Bryant College -
B.S.g Business Education tOccupational Educationl 9-12. Thomas A.
Consolati, St. Ambrose College - B.A.g Loyola University - M.Ed.g
Guidance Counselor, Behavioral Science 123 Senior Class Advisor,
SBTA Secretary, MTA, Berkshire County Guidance Association Trea-
surer, Neighborhood Youth Corps Treasurer, Open Campus Evaluation
Committee Chairman, Honors Committee Chairman, PassfFail Com-
mittee, .Administrative Advisory Council, MASCA. Faculty Advisory
Committee. Peter W. Cookson, jr., New York University - B. A.. MA.:
Social Studies 5-83 Eighth Crade Class Advisor, MTA, Robert L. A.
FACULTY HULD MASTER'S DEGREE
Mount Everettls 7-12 faculty, 1972-1973, has twenty terls
master's degrees from a group of fifty-six teachers Q23
have bachelor's degrees, 1 has an associates degree, and
3 are non-degreel. This is approximately 36W masterls.
Five years ago, there was 3221 of the faculty with mas-
degrees, and deductively it might seem that our
districtls trend is toward a higher percentage of higher
degree teachers. However, going back ten years, we
that about 4623 of our faculty then held master's
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CAMPBELL MR. CHAREST MR. ELINE CONSOLATI MISS. MR.
MR. DOYLE DUCHABDT MR. DUNHAM MR. KEEN MR. FRYC GARRAHAN GAUTHIER
MR. HERLIHY MISS HINSCH MRS. IAOUEN MR. KELLEY MRS. MR.
Cote, St. Anselm's College -- B.A., Ohio State University - M.A, dent Council Advisor. Harold E. Halliday, University of Maine - BS.,
French 5-12. Edgar L. Davis, Colby College - B.A., Univeristy of Mas- Physical Education 5-12, Head Football Coach, NEA, MTA, SBTA.
sachusetts - M.Ed., English 10-12, Yearbook Advisor, Senior Class james C. Herlihy, American International College - B.A., M.A., Uni-
Advisor, Chess Club Advisor, U.S.C. F. George T. Doyle, La Salle Uni- versity of Connecticut - C.A.C.S., Senior Class Advisor, MTA, NEA,
versity, Pennsylvania State University, U. S. Air Force Academy, Occu- SBTA, Professional Negotiations Chairman. Dora 1. Hinsch, Dutchess
pational Education 9-12. Robert D. Duchardt, Taylor University - Community College - A.A., State University of New York - BS,
BS., Union College - M.S., Science 5-8, Assistant Football Coach,
Baseball Coach, MTA, SBTA. Robert L. Dunham, University of Maine
- B.S., Math 9-11, Aviation Club Advisor, SBTA.1. Wayne Eline, Uni-
Physical Education 5-12, Field Hockey Coach, Girls, Basketball Coach,
Softball Coach. Patricia A. jaouen, University of Massachusetts - B. A.,
English 5-6, Fall Sports Cheerleader Adviser, MTA, SBTA. Richard E.
versity of Maryland - BS., Science 9-12, MTA, Faculty Advisory Keen, Ricker College, University of Maine - BS., Science 5-8, MTA.
Committee. Bernardj. Fryc, North Adams State College - B.S., Social Joseph L- Kelley, MGrI'imHC1s College - BA.: North Adams S11-119 Col-
Studies 5-8, Eighth Grade Class Advisor. Marion E. Garrahan, North 10519 - M.Ed.q SCi9I1C6 7. 9-12, Junior C1855 AC1ViS0r. SBTA. Anne M.
Adams State College - B.S., University of Hartford - M,Ed,, Kennedy, Berkshire Community College - AA., North Adams State
C.A.G.S., English 5-8, SBTA, MTA, NEA, International Reading Asso- College - B.A., Social Studies 5-8, Seventh Grade Class Advisor, Allen
ciation, Berkshire County Beading Association, National Council Lampmanf Florida Southern College - B54 Mlm" L65 Pilsiiwflf-lfv 7
Teachers of English. Robert M. Gauthier, St. Anselm's College - AB.,
Social Studies 12, Occupational Education 9-12, Faculty Manager, Stu-I
Band, SBTA Treasurer.
After eighteen months of negotiations between the
Southern Berkshire Teachers Association and the South-
ern Berkshire Regional School Districtis school commit-
tee, both parties agreed to accept a much-reworked, ex-
plicitly stated contract. The thirty-one page document
settled matters regarding faculty hours, salaries, and
working conditions. New contract features include the
-the end of each teacher's day to correspond with the
end of his professional duties.
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LUCCARELLI MRS. PREISS MR. RADOVIC MR. RASKIND MRS. MISS RICKUS MRS. ROONEY
MR. POTTLE MR. RUTSTEIN MR. SEAVEY MR. SELLEW RHOADES MR. MR. SIMANEK
MR. MISS SHIMINSKI
E. Toni Luccarelli, State University of New York - B.S., M.S.g Math 7-
8, Freshman Class Advisor, MTA, SBTA. Paul A. Menin, University of
Massachusetts - B.A.g Social Studies 5-83 Cross Country Coach, judo
Club Advisor, Seventh Grade Class Advisor, Model Car Club Advisor.
Robert L. Michael, Mohawk Valley Community College - A.A.S.g
Oswego State University - BS., Industrial Arts 7-12, Math-Science
tOccupational Education? 9-12, Advisor to No-Knot, Inc. Deborah F.
Oeky, American International College - B.A., University of Massachu-
setts - M.A.g Speech Therapist 1-12. Michael W. Ohlson, University of
Massachusetts - BS., Math 7-81 Varsity Basketball Coach, MTA.
Holger D. Oleen, New York University- B.S.g Science 11-12, Math 10-
11. john C. Peron, University of San Franciso, University of Massachu-
setts: Hartwick College - B.A.g Spanish 9-12, French 7-101 MTA, Advi-
sor to Spanish trip. Patricia M. Pezze, Berkshire Community College -
A.A.g Physical Education tTeacher's Aidel5-12. David W. Pottle, North
Adams State College - B. A., Westfield State College, Guidance Coun-
selor, Behavioral Science 12g Freshman Class Advisor, Student Ex-
change Program, Student Tutor Aide Program Advisor, MTA, SBTA.
Berkshire County Guidance Association. Lillian E. Preiss, Radcliffe
Collegeg North Adams State College - A.B,g Guidance Counselor, Be-
havioral Science 12g German Club Advisor, SBTA, BCGA, MTA, NEA,
MSCA, MPGA, Faculty Advisory Committee, Aurigan Scholarship Sec-
retary. Paul I. Radovic, Mitchell College - A.S.g George Washington
University - B.A.g Math 5-6, Chess Club Advisor, Ski Club Advisor,
MTA, SBTA. Mark E. Raskind, University of Massachusetts -- B.S.:
Math 9-12. Barbara B. Rhoades, University of Massachusetts - B.S.g
English 11-12g National Honor Society Advisor, SBTA. MTA, NCTE,
NEATE, Faculty Advisory Committee, janet H. Rickus, Bay Path ju-
nior College - A.S.g Central Connecticut State College - B. S., Busi-
ness Education 9-12. Eleanor M. Rooney, North Adams State College -
B.S.g University of Hartford - M.Ed.g English 5-6g SBTA, MTA. Na-
tional Education Association. Emilie L. Rutledge, Connecticut Univer-
sity- B.A.g Cornell University- M.A.g State University of New York
- M.L.S.g Librarian, 5-6 Conference groups, Faculty Advisory Com-
mittee. Richard L. Rutledge, Boston University - A.A.. B. A.. M.A.:
Math-Science tOccupational Educationl 9-12, MTA. Arthur D. Rut-
stein, University of Vermont - B.A.1 Social Studies 9.11: MTA. C.
Wayne Seavey, University of Maine - BS., Physical Education 1-12g
C0 PREHE SIVE CUNTRACT
- a tuition refund program - to encourage teacher commonwealth.
participation in extra college-level study. CFaculty members on the SBTA negotiating team: Mr.
- compensation for accumulated Hsick days" upon Herlihy - chairman, Mr. Alvares, Mr. Eline, Mrs. Ei-
retirement- up to a limit. leen Kane, Mr. Lampman, and Mr. Wartellal
- a non-strike clause - subject to laws of the
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Grading tests in Room 18 - Mr. Oleen.
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Baseball Coach, Basketball Coach. Welles H. Sellew, jr., Colgate Uni-
versity, Building Structures 9-12. Lynn S. Shepard, University of Massa-
chusetts - B.A.g English 6-8. james A. Shiminski, Fitchburg State Col-
. lege - B.S., North Adams State College - M.Ed.g Occupational Edu-
' cation 9-12. Edward L. Simanek, Ir., Pennsylvania State College -
5 B.S., M.Ed.g Art 9-125 Advisor to "Break of Day", MTA, SBTA, Pitts-
14 field Art League. lanice L. Storti, Westfield State College - B.S., Uni-
versity of New Hampshire - M.S.g English COccupational Educationl
9-12g Senior Class Advisor, MTA, SBTA, Faculty Advisory Committee.
, Albert J. Trocchi, Bates College - B.A.g North Adams State College -
pil M.Ed., Math 125 NASSP, MSSPC, State Committee on Academic Af-
fairs, State Athletic Committee, State Scholarship Committee. Lea S.
Vachon, King's College - B.A.g Boston University - M.S.S.S.g School
Adjustment Counselor. Myron M. Wartella, Mansfield State College -
B.S., New England Conservatory - M.M.g Fine Arts 11-12, General
Music 7-8, Music Theory, Marching Band, Concert Band, Stage Band,
SBTA, Steering Committee. Mary Alice Welch, Mary Washington Col-
lege - B.A.g Fordham University - M.S.g French 5-12g Educational
Not since the class of 1972 has Mount Everett had a class
with a boy-girl ration as lop-sided as the class of 1978. But
while the '72 ratio was lop-sided in favor of boys C622 D the
1978 class has an excess of girls t57'ZJ J. What the effect of
this ratio will eventually be is unpredictable, but current
reports about the seventh grade as a whole tend to be very
favorable and complimentary. Teachers say seventh graders
compare very well in academic ability against previous sev-
enth grade classes. Coaches say seventh graders have broken
seventh grade records in sports. And advisers say it is an
energetic, enthusiastic class - one worth being an adviser
for. There seems to be some substance for the reports, the
November 17th seventh-grade dance, for example, made an
886.00 profit - which is quite remarkable for this grade
CLASS OFFICERS Stu. Coun. Rep.-
President - Dennis Gurka Shawn Sullivan
Vice President - Martha Heyman
Gwendolynne Advisors -
O'Connell Mrs. Kennedy
Secretary - Debbie Knerr Mr. Menin
Treasurer - Ann Pedersen
TOP ROW: Paula Agar, Susan Andrus, Louise An-
stett, Linda Aragi, Jayne-Marie Armstrong, Carol
Baker, Regina Bassett, Paul Batacchi, Valerie
Beckwith, Mike Bienway, Andrew Black, Shari
Boibeaux, Victoria Bourque. ROW 2: Rose Brazie,
Peter Broggi, Andrew Brooks, Pat Brown, Carol
Burns, Elizabeth Bynack, Tom Candee, Rose Cap-
padona, Marion Carr, Mark Carson, jim Cook,
Theresa Cronk, Susan Curtiss. ROW 3: Christine
Dapretto, Denise Davenport, Mark Deming, Ken-
ny Dupont, Anne Egerton, Walter Eggenberger,
Paul Eichstedt, jeff Farnum, Karen Farnum, Pat
Fazzina, Mary Fennell, Barrie Fisher. ROW 4:
Peter Gingras, Dennis Gower, Virginia Green, je
emy Greene, Debbie Griffin, Tony Gulotta, Vin-
cent Gulotta, Denise Gurka, Dennis Gurka, Rich-
ard Hankey, Martha Heyman, Douglas Hill, Linda
Hils, Constance Hulbert. ROW 5: Dennis Irvine,
Troy jervas, Laurie Iohnston, Laura jones, Mau-
reen Kellard, Debbie Knerr, Randy Leonard, Dan-
ny Litchfield. ROW 6: Danny Love, Arthur Mac-
Neil, Peggy Mallory, Paula Mielke, Kathy Miller,
Greg Nott, Neil Nourse, Larry Oakes, Mae O'
Brien. ROW 7: Gwendolynne O'Connell, Anita
Ormsbee, Ellen Paterson, Ann Pedersen, Robert
Percy, Tammy Petersen, Tim Phillips, Wendy Phil-
lips, Lynn Pino, Andreana Pizzichemi, Charlene
Reineke, Pam Roots, Denise Rueger. ROW 8: Carl
Seiger, Mary Shanley, Donna Sheridan, jerilyn
Smith, Angel Soudant, Richard Sturchio, Shawn
Sullivan, Anna Thorn, Michael Thorpe, Nikki Tol-
vo, Gordon Tompkins, Lance Vermeulen. ROW 9:
Dale Whitbeck, Francis White, Wayne Wilcox,
Annie Williams, Gregory Wilson, Lisa Wright,
Richard Zamberletti, Russell Cary, Dale Duryea,
Kimberlee Leining, Kathy Wellington, Sheila
VVhite. ABSENT: Gilbert Twing.
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class in junior and senior high school. The sig-
nificance of the numhers is already evident in
eighth grade involvement and enterprises. A
well-attended eighth-grade dance was held on
Nov. 10, eighth graders were instrumental in
the "experienced" clothing recycling project,
and- as would he expected - eighth graders
are pace-setters for the five through eight stu-
dent council. The eighth grade has what ap-
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other hand - some people rate eighth graders
along with outlaws, pirates, and highwaymen.
CLASS OFFICERS Treasurer - joe McDonald ,K
President- Stu. Coun. Rep. - ,ix J ,
Richard Lemmerman Helen Eline if, Q5-fi 1 ji DL.-Lv R
Vice President- Amy MacDonald
Peter Kirchner Advisers -- Mr. Cookson
Secretarv - Karen Granger Mr. Fry
TOP ROW: Tom Andrus, Michael Ball, Mary Ball, 'A 1 'I
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ny Bethel, Diane Barth, john Berkel, jimmy Be-
thel, Chuck Briggsg Wendy Bush, Sean Claydon,
Stephen Brown, David Brown. ROW 2: Chuck
Crosler, Rosemary Connell, William Clouser, Rich-
ard Cronk, David Curtiss, Virginia Dapretto, San-
dra Dellert, Lee Curtiss, Diana Curtiss, Geoff
Donelan, Harry Fay, Donald Oakes. ROW 3: Roh-
ert Dugan, james Driscoll, Helen Eline, Vlaree
Funk, Nellie Fink, William Farnham, David Funk,
Betty Gower, Blanche Goewey, Pam Germain,
james Gaynor, Cecelia Gaarn. ROW 4: Karen
Granger, Nadine Griffin, Teresa Guerra, Matthew
Gunn, Karen Hankey, Bruce Hastedt, Lisa Haupt,
Cindy Hehert, Tim Hewins, George Hill. ROW 5:
Sal Impoco, Eric Ives, Scott jenssen, Laurie Joyce,
jack Kahlstrom, Phyllis LeMere, Richard Lemmer-
man, Matthew L,Hommedieu, Eleanor Leibsch,
Peter Longdyke. ROW 6: Mary Kellard, Peter Kir-
chner, Suzanne Knerr, Ronald Leffingwellg Marcia
Love, Amy MacDonald, Lynn MacDonald, james
Masse, Mark Massinig joe McDonald, Patricia
Mintz, Iris Merola, Daniel Moulton. ROW 7: Deh-
hie Ostrander, Hermione Ovitt, Brian Palmer, El-
len Pedersen, Kathy Pedersen, Renee Peters,
Thaise Peters, Ted Pettit, Marlene Pino: Emilie
Piper, Milton Pixley, Linda Pshenishny, David
Rhoades, Sandra Rice. ROW 8: Terry Rice, Steven
Rodgers, Lisa Rood, Colleen Schoonmaker, Janis
Seigerg Tania Shiminski, Maria Sierau, james Silk,
Dale Smith, Jaclyn Smith: Paul Smith, Ray Smith
Mary Stalker, William Stevens, Lisa Storti. ROW 9:
Betsy Terwilliger, Guy Trag, janice Twing, Ste-
phen Ullrich, Brad Vermeulen, Dave Watson, ja-
net Wilkinson, Nicholas Witrukg Owen Wright
Tom Wuori, Dehbie Zamperini, Terry Zinnermon.
ABSENT: Charles Davis, William McDonald
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A freshman contingent of five girls - Colleen Doyle,
joan Fennell, Doreen Gurka, Susan Pratt, and jennifer
Wright - attained high honors forthe first marking pe-
riod and, in effect, "beat" the other high school classes
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CLASS OFFICERS Stu. Coun. Rep.-
President - joan Fennell
William P6lil'l1l Mary-Anne
Vice President- Qlcgnnell
john Paterson Advisers -
Secretary - Ann Finn Miss Luccarelli
Treasurer - Mr. Pottle
TOP ROW: Craig Bachetti, Dana Barnum, Richard
Bassett, john Beckwith, Michelle Benjamin, Kevin
Boibeauxg Dale Bosworth, Tina Brandt, Sandy
Briggs, Gary Broggi. ROW 2: Laura Carson, Robert
Carter, Margaret Cary, George Caul, Andrea Chase,
james Collingwood, George Cook, james Cosgriff,
jeff Crawford. ROW 3: Bruce Burns, julie Burns,
Richard Candee, Sally Carlson, Robert Curtiss, Kar-
en Deland, jonathan Deming, Richard DuVall, joy
Egerton, William Egerton. ROW 4: Herbert Ei-
chstedt, Sally Farnum, Cindy Fazzina, joan Fennell,
Ann Finn, Kathleen Fletcher, Lori Guerra, Cynthia
Guidi, Tina Gulotta. ROW 5: Doreen Gurka, Terry
Hankey, Roseanne Hatch, Susan Heath, Eric Hey-
mang Keith Hyatt, Debra Keefner, Randy Koldys.
ROW 6: Florence LaRose, Linda LaRose, Russell
Leffingwell, Frances LeMereg Michael Lewis, jo-
Ann Martin, Bobby McDonnell, jeanne Malnati.
ROW 7: Phillip Melendez, Wade Merritt, Chuck
Mielke, john Mintz, Wanda Mintz, Ernest Nott,
Robert O'Brien, Mary-Anne O'Connell, john Pater-
son, Eric Pedersen. ROW 8: William Pekrul, Mike
Phillips, Mary Pixley, Susan Pratt, Carolyn Rahm,
Sheryl Robinson, jim Roots, Craig Salisbury, Keith
Salzmann, Lorraine Smith, Debbie Spigarolo, Sandra
Stevens: Kim Storti, Thomas Sullivan, Edward
Tompkins, Clayton Trag, Michele Turner, Barry Van
Deusen. ROW 9: Leslie Van Horn, George Warner,
Cindy Wellington, Scott Wilkinson, Kimberly Wil-
liams, Pat Winterbottomg jennifer Wright, Bob
Wuori, Alan Ziegler, Fawn Zieglerg Terri Abbott,
Virginia Black, Colleen Doyle, Michael Duryea,
Thomas Sanford, Paul Wolfer. ABSENT: john
Boughton, Bruce Eichstedt, Matt Hitchcock, Mi-
chael Leining, Bruce Miller, Rebecca Peterson, john
Van Deusen, William Van Duesen.
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Our sophomore class is doing well on its magazine drive. I
know this because in just a week we have been able to reach
almost 81600.00 - Cindy Williams
The sophomore class is pretty ambitious about achieving a
goal. - Kathy Marchione
The sophomore class at Mt. Everett is quite something. All
the kids in the class are terrific in their own way. - Edie
I think that it is great when students try their very best to
make their class successful. - Barbara Haecker
President - Stu. Coun. Rep. -
Wayne Gunn Gail MacKenzie
Vice President - Judith Maloney
Diane Cartinelli David Edelman
Secretary -- Linda Law Advisers - Mrs. Brolli
Treasurer - Mr. Raskind
TOP ROW: Betsy Baker, Stephen Bangs, Doreen
Bartlett, Joe Berkel, Marianne Berkel, Gregg Birk-
holz, Judy Boardman, Peter Brown, JoAnn Bush,
Bill Butler. ROW 2: Mari Candee, Gary Carlson,
DeeDee Cartinelli, Polly Cary, Teresa Cho-
quette, Kenneth Clapp, Colleen Connell, Brian
Coons, Sue Curtis, William Curtiss, Debby Dellert.
ROW 3: Jean Delmolino, Lee Ann Deming, Rox-
anne DeVossg David Edelman, Edie Eggenberger,
Gary Farnum, Kyle Farnum, Patrick Fennell, Lin-
da Field, Kathy Fleming, David Gasperini, Col-
lette Gingras, Robert Gower. ROW 4: Abby
Greene, Wayne Gunn, Barbara Haecker, Robyn
Hanson, Keith Hastedtg Helen Hinkley, John
Hutchins, Karen Hyatt, Kevin Ives, Jimmy Impo-
co, Scott Jervas, Samuel Johnson. ROW 5: Edgar
Kahlstrom, Don Kickery, Jenifer Koneaznyg Linda
Law, Terry Love, Gail MacKenzie, Priscilla Malna-
ti, Judith Maloney, Kathy Marchione, Julie Mark-
ham, Pat McNamara, Jill Merritt, ROW 6: Lisa
Milligan, Billy Milligan, Dennis Mintz, Sue Mon-
touxg Bruce Nott, Michael Nott, Laura Oakes,
Morag Paget, Alfred Pixley, Mark Pratt, Brian
Race, Debbie Rhoades. ROW 7: Bruce Rueger,
Charlene Ryder, Diane Salisbury, Donna Salisbu-
ryg Cathy Seigerman, Kathy Shortis, Christine Sier-
au. ROW 8: Steven Silk, Tom Silk, Stephen Smith,
Robert Stantton, William Thorn, Dale Van Deu-
sen, Donna Van Deusen, Tom Vickerman. ROW 9:
Sandy Wilcox, Cindy Williams, Stephanie Wright,
Lucy Ann Wuorig Eric Agar, James Bynack, Linda
Davis, Russell Funk, Joan Hankey, Alphonso John-
son, Charmaine Williams. ABSENT: Linda Dris-
coll, Walter Hewins, David Miller, Janice Styles,
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G---MDE 11 IOR CLASS
We have a number of students whose athletic abilities
are outstanding. - Chuck judkins
The starting line-up for our varsity basketball team
will lprobablyj consist of juniors. - Ricky Hall
Like, take any sport really, the junior class is 90 per
cent ofthe team. - Bob Patterson at ,4 4
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niors, in basketball- forthe last two years -the class
of '74 has been dominant, in baseball ten juniors make
the team. -john Cowen
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Vice President - Pat Salzmann ...
Lee Decker Pat Varney c
Secretary- .john Walther ba ,Kiwi
Kathie Tryon Advisers - Mr. Cote
Treasurer - Mr. Kelley
TOP ROW: Andrew Bangs, Aileen
Barth, Albert Bassett, Mark Brandt, Pat
Brett, Mike Bynack, William Carley,
Wendy Carlson, Bud Carton, Shawn
Cassidy, john Cowen. ROW 2: jane
Crawford, Debbie Cruikshank, Gail Cur-
tiss, Cathie Dapretto, Sally Cruikshank,
Clinton Dattel, Lee Decker, Brian De
Land, Sheryl Farquharson, Tim Fink,
Kenneth Fish, Kathy Frengs, Eric Fried
man. ROW 3: Valerie Glanville, Robin 1
Gleason, Michael Guerra, Rick Hall. '
Donna Hatch, Kevin Hennessey, Bruce ,
Heyman, Martha Higgins, Charles jud-
kins, joan Koneazny, David Lewis, Eri-
ka Liebsch, Amy Longdyke. ROW 4:
Mike Martin, joseph Merola, Loris Mer-
ritt, Lindsay Norris, Pat Novicki, Bruce
Palmer, Bob Patterson, john Pedersen.
jane Pino, Darcie Proper, Richard Race,
Kim Riiska. ROW 5: Georgia Rood,
Donald Rossi, Pia Salzmann, Randy
Shaw, Rita Stalker, jeffrey Trag, Kathie
Tryon, Ann Turner, john Ullrich, joe
Ullrich, joey Van Deusen, Pat Varney.
ROW 6: john Walther, David Weigle,
Melanie Wyman, Denise Benjamin, Tom ,
Berkel, joseph Cartinelli, Chris Chase,
Sandy Davis, George Doyle, joe Finn,
Steven Phillips, Gary Pshenishny
Wayne Smith. ABSENT: Keith Langen
back, Robert Tolvo, Mark Touponce
Priscilla Twing, Adrienne O'Connell
Carl Zinnerman, Cathy O,Brien.
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BillCurtiss-sophomore,philatelist, numismatist. Ann Pedersen - seventh grader, class treasurer. equestriemme.
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ART EXPLOITS STUDENT-
The significance of medium has been explored this
year in art classes under Mr. Simanek. Student-dis-
covered materials provide great range for student
creativity and ingenuity. Gravel, acorns, old tele-
phone wire, broken glass, tar and feathers all have
potential and limitations as media for art.
Also this year the art classes have been dealing
with larger-scale paintings than in previous years.
Four feet by four panels are being designed and
painted by students for display in the districts outly-
ing schools, and some students expect to do murals
before the end of the school year.
BELOW: Painting showcase window for Thanksgiving - Ann
Martin and Valerie Glanville. BELOW BOTTOM: Sculpturing
with clay- Peter Shuts.
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STANDING OF HUMAN
The primary objective of the course is to enable
students to gain insight into the various causes of
human behavior by providing them with information
and actual relevant experiences.
A feature of the course is that each student presents
the class with a major project that provides insight
into human behavior by using his own creativity and
any media he chooses. CTeachers: Mr. Consolati -
Introduction to Sociologyg Mr. Pottle -Introduction
to Psychologyg Mrs. Preiss - Introduction to
BELOW: Advertising for blood mobile in Great Barrington - Don
Campbell, jeff Barth, Fred Moore, Donna Bachetti. BELOW
BOTTOM: Sensitivity session for student project - jill Patch and
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For the purpose of giving business education stu-
dents Qjunior and senior girls? practical experience
in secretarial work, a student secretary program has
been implemented and services are offered to ad-
ministration and faculty. In addition to learning
techniques of secretarial Work, the girls gain experi-
ence in dealing with a variety of personalities, they
learn to receive and communicate directions accur-
ately, and they promote their efficiency and accura-
cy in practical secretarial work. CTeachers - Mrs.
Cohen, Miss Rickusl.
BELOW: Shorthand assignment - Betsy Baker. BELOW BOT-
TOM: Typing - Kim Storti.
The English department receives, each year, one
of the best kinds of evaluation possible - that of
college students confronted by the very serious mat-
ter of reading and writing their ways through col-
lege programs. Their evaluations of the adequacy of
their preparation in Englishreaffirms, each year,
the necessity for a sound, basics-oriented English
program. Thus, the student at Mount Everett still
studies grammar, still writes assigned essays, and
still reads assigned books. CTeachers: English I, II,
III, IV - Mrs. Brolli, Mr. Davis, Mrs. Rhoades,
Contemporary American Literature - Mr. Davisg
department head - Mrs. Rhoades D.
BELOW: Lecturing on Middle Ages - Mrs. Rhoades. BELOW
BOTTOM: Reading Lost Horizon for English IV - Ceorge
HOME EC OPENED TO
In order to provide girls in the occupational edu-
cation program with a wider range of course alter-
natives, home economics, under Mrs. Brigham, was
extended this year to include freshmen occupational
New also this year is an advanced home econom-
ics course for senior girls. Major aspects of this
course are advanced sewing and crafts, advanced
cooking, consumer education, child care, and family
BELOW: Advanced Home Economics, sewing - Cathy Kir-
chner. BOTTOM: Child care with Mrs. Brigham - Melanie
Wyman and Carolyn Boardman.
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The Foreign Languages department has imple-
mented a program whereby students are steered
into areas of their greatest interests or into pro-
grams most appropriate to them. Thus, options are
offered through which students may essentially de-
sign and regulate their courses of study.
To supplement and enrich the academic aspect of
foreign languages, French cuisine dinners are regu-
larly scheduled for and prepared by foreign lan-
guage students. In April, 1972, Mr. Peron took a
group of students to Spain and in May a group to
Quebec. The next trip is being planned for France.
CTeachers: French courses - Mr. Cote and Mrs.
Welch: Spanish courses - Mr. Peron: department
head - Mr. Cote.D
BELOW: Language lab - seventh grader. Charlene Reinelce.
BOTTOM: French V with Mr. Cote.
MATH . IE USIC
PROIECTS FEATURE MUSIC STUDENTS
PROBLEM SOLVING TEACH MUSIC
Geometry classes Csophomoresj under Mr. Ras-
kind have completed independent projects ranging
from weighing the conservation building to building
scale models of the Mount Everett building. The
projects compelled students to use their ingenuity in
order to obtain needed data. For example, the
height of the Mount Everett chimney was an un-
known for some projects that had to become a
known. Without the benefit of trigonometry, stu-
dents designed ways Cin problem-solving fashionl of
determining the height. CTeachers: Mr. Dunham,
Mr. Oleen, Mr. Raskind, Mr. Trocchil.
BELOW: Page 136, problem 5511 - Mr. Raskind. BELOW:
Band deals with a mixture of students in grades
seven through twelve working together in a single
program. Upperclassmen gain experience in teach-
ing by giving instrumental instruction to the young-
er students. Seven students are involved in Music
Theory which features instruction in composing,
public performing and conducting. CMusic Theory,
Band - Mr. Wartellaj.
Freshmen math - Mr, Dunham, BELOW AND BOTTOM: Informal and ITlOCl - Mr. VVartella.
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basically the same types of games Cvolleyball, soft-
ball, baseball, football, dodge ball! over the years.
However, teaching methods and learning arrange-
ments vary considerably this year. A homogeneous
grouping according to skills has been effected to
some extent. Teamwork is enhanced by having par-
ticipants nearly equal in ability. lTeachers: Girls
Physical Education - Miss Hinch, Boys Physical
Education - Mr. Halliday, Mr. Seaveyl.
BELOW: -lunior-high volleyball - Miss Hinsch. BOTTOM: ju-
nior-high floor hockey - Mr. Seavey,
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Science curriculum at Mount Everett has been
vastly improved over the past few years. Somewhat
traditional and basic courses CGeneral Chemistry,
General Biology, Bio-Chemistry, Practical Physics,
College Prep Physicsl for freshmen, sophomores,
and juniors are still conducted, but with the incor-
poration of senior science in biology, chemistry, and
physics, the department has a program that is essen-
tially college level for seniors. lTeachers: biology
- Mr. Kelley: chemistry - Mr. Elineg physics -
Mr. Oleen, department head- Mr. Elinej.
BELOW: Time out from freshmen biology - senior Sis Chase
and Mr. Kelley. BOTTOM: Chemistry and chemicals - Mr.
' FN fx
Students in Mr. Michaels industrial arts courses
have formed a corporation called No-Knot, and the
ramifications of an actual corporation have been
included. Shares have been sold Cthus there are
stockholders D, a line-staff organization operates the
enterprise, a labor union has been formed, and each
student functions as if he were employed by an in-
dustrial company. The corporation's products fsold
locallyj are napkin holders, paper towel holders,
BELOW: junior-high industrial arts - Tom Candee and Mr.
Michaels. BOTTOM: Sander work - Matt L'Hommedieu.
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The social studies department has given the
games a more prominent role in the teaching of so-
cial studies. Games such as Ghetto Cillustrating the
ghetto environmentl, Dangerous Parallels Cfocused
on world-level brinksmanshipj, and Congressional
Reconstruction Clegislative manipulationl provide
students with a somewhat comprehensive under-
standing of the mechanics, functioning, and conse-
quences in social and governmental arrangements.
The games do not always succeed in teaching target
concepts, and they do not always attain course
objectives, but they do increase participation in
class activities. CTeachers: Mr. Gauthier, Mr. Her-
lihy, Mr. Rutsteinl.
BELOW: World history - sophomores and Mr. Herlihy. BOT
TOM: Civics with Mr. Rutstein.
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The academics area QEnglish, mathfscience, so-
cial studiesj is the theoretical base of the occupa-
tional education program. There is much utilization
of films, video-tapes, and other audio-visual aids.
Subjects are taught usually in small modules. Team
teaching is effected, courses are interrelated and -
at times - merged, and an open-class approach is
utilized. The program is still new, and trials, evalua-
tions, and revisions or refinements are instrumental,
in the programis evolution. fTeachers: Mr. Gau-
thier, Mrs. Storti, Mr. Rutledgej.
BELOW: The freshman academics program for occupational
education - Mr. Gauthier.
In Septemher, 1972, the huilding structures class-
es laid the foundation for the eighth house to be
built since the inception of the building structures
program in 1965. The new house, under the supervi-
sion of Mr. Sellew, is on Laurel Lane in Sheffield,
and - unlike former projects - will have a gam-
BELOW: Building structures students, Mike Martin and Brian
Race, and the eighth house. BOTTOM: Last year's house pro-
ject H7f7l with chimney staging.
MAINTENANCE REMQ ELENQ
OWN WORK AREA
With the acquisition of the old Sheffield Farm
Supply building, occupational educationis mainte-
nance group, under Mr. Doyle, will have its own
shop area. The group is presently preparing its work
area to meet state requirements, and after complet-
ing that task will be able to set up for general repair
of school district equipment and facilities. In the
process of learning maintenance skills, the group
can provide quick repair of needed equipment at
minimal expense to the school district.
BELOW: Maintenance group member Steve Smith and instruc-
tor Mr. Doyle. BOTTOM: Safety glasses and concrete breaking
- and Don Kickery.
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Due to a considerable increase in the occupation-
al education enrollment C31 freshmen boys this
yearj, the remodeling program has been created.
Remodeling was selected to be the new occupation-
al specialty because, with the recent rental of the
old Sheffield Farm Supply building and adjacent
house Cwhich will be used by the school district as a
career education center and office complexl, much
renovation and remodeling will necessarily take
place. Students in this program will gain practical
experience in carpentry, masonry, plumbing, and
electrical wiring. QTeacher - Mr. Kimpelj.
BELOW: Refinishing the old Farm Supply building - Matt
Hitchcock and Bob McDonnell.
GUATEMALAN, NICARAGU ,
Three girls from Latin America and South America
attended Mount Everett Regional School through the
International Fellowship program this year.
Patricia Diaz, 18, a post-graduate from Quezaltenan-
go, Guatemala, is to stay through june, 1973. The
daughter of accountant parents, she plans to study medi-
cine at Guatemala University.
Niedja Lopes, 15, is a "sophomore" at Esuda School
in Recife, Brazil. She is the daughter of a doctor father
and dentist mother. Present plans have Niedja returning
to Brazil in mid-February, graduating from Esuda in a
couple years, and going on to college to study
Desiree Pentzke, 15, is from Leon, Nicaragua, and has
graduated from Bachellerato, an all-girls, school. Her
father is a doctor and her mother is a pharmacist, Desi-
ree plans to enter her motheris profession after studying
at Basico University and the National Autonoma Uni-
versity of Nicaragua. She was here when the great
earthquake struck and destroyed Managua in her coun-
try, she is to return to Nicaragua in june.
All three girls have concentrated on furthering their
fluency in English - speaking, reading, and writing.
During their stay, they have lived or plan to live among
the families of Mr. and Mrs. Albert'j. Salisbury, Mr. and
Mrs. jeanguy Gingras, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene W. O,-
Connell, and Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey W. Paget.
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PRESEN CCPORTR IT OF JENNIED
i'Portrait of Jennief, by Robert Nathan, was
presented by the Class of 1972 in May. It is the
compelling story of an artistls love for a mysteri-
ous young girl who is caught between two worlds
- those of life and death. Jennie transcends the
barriers of time and death and returns to life first
as a child, then as a young lady, and finally as a
mature woman. With her help and affection,
Eben, the artist whom she loves, finds wealth and
success. Eventually he no longer needs her, and
she returns to death.
Assistant Director -
Eben Adams ......
Mr. Matthews . . .
Jennie Appleton . .
Mrs. Jekes ....
Miss Spinney ....
Britta .... .
Assistant Director . .
Lighting Director . .
Makeup Director . .
Stage Manager . . .
Publicity Director .
Scenery Director . .
House Manager . .
... Dan DuVall
. . .. Steve Morris
. . Dona Wheeler
. .. Mark Trocchi
. . .. Tom Packlick
. . . Nancy Lacerra
. . Sherry Cook
,... Judy Rawling
. . . Dawn Samuels
..... Judy Marion
. . Edward Simanek
. . Neil Lidstone
. . . Bonnie Francis
. . Debbie Lewis
. . . Marylee Lopez
...... Bob Law
.. . Marylee Lopez
TOP LEFT: Jennie tNancy Lacerral and Eben tDan
DuVall J during a scene which takes place in Eben's apart-
ment. TOP MIDDLE: Bonnie Francis adds the finishing
touch to Jennie. TOP RIGHT: Cus tSteve Morrisl looks
on while Eben talks business with prospective buyers,
Miss Spinney CJudy Rawlingj and Mr. Matthews CMark
Troechil. BOTTOM MIDDLE: Britta CJudy Marionl and
Cus comfort Eben as he grieves for Jennie. MIDDLE
RIGHT: Mr. Simanek, director, on the set of " Portrait of
Jenniefv BOTTOM RIGHT: The entire east takes its bow.
After two proms H970 and 1971j
were located away from Mount
Everett, "A Time for Usfi our 1972
prom, was held at school on june
3rd. We felt that having the prom
here would promote class unity.
With preparations taking place at
school, everyone would be involved
and would feel that he had helped
in the success of the evening.
Chairmen Susan Whisenant and
julie Edelman began preparations
for the prom about three months
ahead of time. The actual setting
up took five daysg many of us
worked from nine in the morning
until ten at night. The best part of
the entire prom was the fact that in
preparing for it, everyone worked
About sixty-five couples were
present for the crowning of the
prom queen, Donna Brallier, and
enjoyed the music of the Al jarvis
The Class of 1973 thanks Mr.
Consolati, Mr. Doyle and all of the
occupational education boys for
helping in the preparations that
would have been difficult without
them. We would also like to thank
everyone else who helped to make
the evening a success.
- Susan Whisenant
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Mill River. Mass.
ABOVE LEFT: Receiving line -junior
Class President Geoff Piper. Ivy Bell,
Paul Milligan, Prom Co-Chairman julie
Edelman. ABOVE MIDDLE: Clean up
after the buffet dinner -joe Berkel.
ABOVE RIGHT: Prom Queen Donna
Brallier and escort Peter Chase. BOT-
TOM LEFT: Prom Queen ballet count-
ing - Co-Chairman Susan VVhisenant.
BOTTOM MIDDLE: Prom Queen and
Court - Margaret Egerton, Kim Mar-
chione, Sherry Candee, Queen Donna
Brallier, jenny Merritt, Kathy Mielke,
jill Lipsky. BOTTOM RIGHT: The
Prom - Mount Everett's most formal
311 Main Street.
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Friday. june 9, 1972. Fi-
nal outdoor graduation
preparations. Sun. Clouds.
Black clouds. Rain. Alter-
nate plans: indoors.
The invocation was by the
Reverend Francis X. Sulli-
van, the class was addressed
by Mr. jerry Graham, presi-
dent of WGRS in Pittsfield,
and the school committee
chairman, Roger P. Salz-
man, handed out academic
awards. There were six
awards instead of the usual
two because there were five
candidates for salutatorian
having academic averages
within a fraction of a point.
The valedictorian was Shar-
on Ryder, and Htiedu for
salutatorian were David
Hastedt, Gilbert Malnati,
Paul Milligan, Regina Silk,
and Dona Wheeler. Honor
speeches were given by
Sharon Ryder and David
Hastedt. Diplomas were
presented, Class President
David Hastedt led the
changing of tassels, the class
sang " Blowin, in the Wind,"
and graduation for the class
of 1972 was over.
TOP LEFT: Usherettes forthe cer-
emony: Elaine Wuori. Cathy Chap-
in, Donna Bachetti, Debbie Board-
man, Kathy MacDonald. jill Patch.
Michelle Ives. Ruth Pedersen.
Cathy Kirchner, Sue Turner, No-
reen Eichstedt, Holly Delmolino,
TOP MIDDLE: Singing the class
song, "Blowing in the Wind." TOP
RIGHT: Awaiting the end ofthe
ceremony. BOTTOM LEFT: Honor
speeches: Sharon Ryder. valedicto-
riang David Hastedt, co-salutatori-
an. BOTTOM MIDDLE: Kevin
Shortis and Paul Milligan. BOT-
TOM RIGHT: Bonie Francis and
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creased almost 100 per cent. Among 1972-1973 hand ac- -
tivities were following:
- Spring, 1972: Musical at Berkshire School.
- May, 1972: Five Memorial Day parades.
- june, 1972: Graduation
- june, 1972: Laurel Festival parade.
- Fall, 1972: Football halftime shows.
- October, 1972: Halloween parade.
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December, 1972: Christmas tree lighting, Sheffield
December, 1972: Christmas carolling with occupa
tional eduation group.
Winter, 1972-73: Home basketball games.
annual: Pops Concert.
annual: Music and Arts Festival.
annual: Spring Concert.
annual: National Honor Society induction
BELOW AND RIGHT: Practice and per
formance with Mr. Wartella.
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Sellew. BOTTOM LEFT AND
RIGHT: A giraffe by Lee Decker
and an elephant by Charmaine
Williams. BOTTOM MIDDLE:
Student pottery pieces fired and
glazed in the schools kiln.
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Mr. Simanek, director of the art show.
Senior high art classes,
under Mr. Simanek, prepared
the annual art show display in
conjunction with the spring
concert held in May. A gal-
lery image was created with
the use of plants and tables,
lending a more refined look to
the display than in previous
years. Another variation for
the show was the inclusion of
the senior play stage set-up -
illustrating the theatre arts
aspect. Student work from
grades nine through twelve
was on display for parents and
friends to view.
ACTIVITIES DRIVER'S ED - Standing, but no parking,
COMMUNITY CONCERN RETAINS DRIVER'S ED - An effort
to keep school district expenditures down in 1972 met with commun-
ity opposition when Driver's Ed was included among "extras, to be
cut. As a result of the opposition and controversy, Driveris Ed stu-
dents meet as usual -twice a week - with Mr. Menin.
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dent tutors has been possible this year.clue to an increased number of
student-tutor volunteers. Thirty-six tutors, as compared to twenty-six
last year, are available to meet once a week with elementary pupils
and provide instruction in reading, arithmetic, remedial work, and
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MODERN DANCE GROUP PERFORMS - Spring, 1972.
STUDENT COUNCIL CONTINUES QUEST FOR "BENEFICIAL"
CHANGES - Although the SC has not effected "school-shakingn
changes this year, it has worked for new regulations for dances, for
smoking at public affairs, and for establishing a new base for the
school store. It is also presently rewriting the student handbook.
O,BRIEN - A place for every book.
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has one student library assistant this year. Working with Mrs. Ru-
tledge and Mrs. Streeter, Lynn O'Brien spends four periods of her
school day in the library.
STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT EDELMAN QFAR RIGHTD AND GROUP - A few changes to go.
BELOW: john Pedersen, Peter Shuts, Mr. Davis.
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Arzt, Treasurer Karen Ryder, Secretary Nancy Malnati,
Donna Bachetti, Annemarie Eggenberger, jo-Anne Real,
N ' S ' President jeff Stover. FRONT ROW: Lorraine Stevens,
Lee Decker, Ruth Pedersen, jill Patch, Vice-President
Debbie Milligan, Michelle Ives. SITTING: Adviser Mrs.
BELOW: First deadline preparations TOP Donna Bachctti cclitor
in-chiefg Annemarie Eggenluerger
Bachetti. MIDDLE: Elaine VVuori
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and Sue Whisenant - activities ec
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tion to the usual secretarial and general services, nurse's aides fun-
der Mrs. Guginol now give vision and hearing tests. The added re
ponsibilities give aides practice in actual nursing duties and expe-
dites the processing of students through the tests.
GIRLS BECOME HALL MONITORS - Womenis libis effects are
far-reaching. This year, as a result of a request from a feminine con-
tingent of students, girls were accepted for service as hall monitors.
Thus, six of the fifteen hall monitor stations are presently handled by
AIDE FLETCHER - When school is sickening. , .
MONITOR TURNER - Now to chew what we have bit-
BOYS' SPORTS - Seventh and eighth graders.
STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL FORMED - In accordance with
state law, a student advisory council was formed in fall, 1972, to sit in
on school committee, to offer students' points of view, and to make
recommendations when appropriate. 1972-73 members: Sharon Artz,
Debbie Boardman, Ginger Everidge, Anita Hutchins, Iuiie Markham.
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QUALITY HOMES BUILT
With a majority contingent of sophomores tsix membersj,
the varsity baseball team had a 5-10 record during the 1972
baseball season. Although losses were badly lopsided, our
young team gained valuable experience, and next yearjs team,
with a nucleus of juniors, should be harder to beat. The junior
varisty team had a 3-9 record. The most valuable player
award for the varsity team was given to Rick Hall. jay Ami-
con received the most improvec player award.
April 18 Taconit-Hills 0-is 19721UNlOR VARSITY
ApriI2I TaeonicHills 3 9 April 18 TLICOHICHIIIS 5- 35
April22 McCann 1:3 30 April21 Taconic Hills 4-10
ApriI2-I St.joe QNAD 8- 4 April25 MonumentMt. 5-25
April25 MonumentMt. 0-14 April27 Lee 15-169
April27 Lee 0-16 MHY 5 Lenox 2- 7
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May 10 St. joe CPD 2-16 May 13 Mt. Greylock 1-I5
M3513 Mi, Crgylf-,Ck 5, 0 May 19 Pine Plains 7-12
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May 23 Monument Mt. 3-12 Mal' 25 S1-1091131 11-19
May 25 St. joe tP1 0-10 May 30 Lenox I-17
May 27 St.joelNA1 6- 5-' OWINS
May 30 Lenox 1- SLI
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DLE: 1972 junior varsity team - STAND-
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Duchardt: KNEELING: Donald Rossi,
Peter Newey, Brian Coons, George Ull-
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Randy Shaw. BOTTOM LEFT: 1972 var-
sity team - STANDING: Randy Shaw,
Pete Chase, Bob Patterson, Steve Hastedt,
jeff Trag, Mark Trocchi, jeff Stover,
Coach Della-Guistinag KNEELING: jay
Amidon, Kim Riiska. Steve Phillips, Rick
Hall. BOTTOM RIGHT: Shortstop jay
Amidong second baseman Mark Trocchi.
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1972 SOFTBALL TEA
UNDEFE TED SEA
Under the supervision of Coach Beaumont. Mount Everetts
varsity softball team had a tremendous season with eight wins
and no losses. The junior varsity team had two wins and three
losses. Captain Kathy MacDonald received the most valuable
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M215'I7'5 Chatham 9- 6
Taconic Hills 23-150
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player award. Karen Ryder received the most improved player
1712 I I I6-me TOP LEFT: 1972 junior varsity team -
STANDING: julie Marlchamp Teresa
Ghoquette, Diane Salisbury, Linda Law.
Melanie VVyman. Donna Salishury. Judy
Boardman. Ginger Everidge. Coach
Donna Bachettig SITTING: Dehhy Del-
Iert, Linda Driscoll, Stephanie Wright.
Charlene Ryder. Barbara 1-Iaeclxer. Pat
McNamara. Pat Varney. jill Patch. TOP
MIDDLE: Manager Cathy Chapin and
Coach Beaumont. TOP RIGHT: Another
run - third Iuaseman Chris Chase.
BOTTOM LEFT: 1972 varsity team -
STANDING: Robin Schoonmalter. Deh-
hie Boardman, Valerie Glanville. Kathy
MacDonald, Coach Beaumontg
SITTING: Dawn Samuels, Karen Ryder.
Susan Whisenant, Cathy Kirchner, Ruth
Pedersen. Chris Chase, MIDDLE: Pitch-
er Dehlmie Boardman: BOTTOM MID-
DLE: Catcher Kathy MacDonald awaits
turn at hat. MIDDLE RIGHT: Ruth
Pedersen makes play at second liase.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Outfielder Sue
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CROSS COUNTRY -C FE URES GIRL
Cirls participated in cross country for the first
time during the 1972 season. Although all of the
girls had quit before the end of the season tcross
country is really tough D, their participation does
suggest that on future cross country teams there
will he girls competing in ernest. Under the
supervision of Coach Menin, the team finished
with a record of five wins and nine losses. ju-
niors Donald Rossi and joe Ullrich were the
most experienced runners on the young team.
Sophomore Gary Carlson had an outstanding
season - missing the 11:13 school record by
two seconds. Varsity captains: Donald Rossi
and Gary Carlson. The junior varsity team had a
good season finishing with a record of seven
wins and two losses. junior varsity captain:
CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULES
September I9 Dfllfy' 40-20
Septernber 22 Mt. CFGYIOCIQ 47-I6
September 26 Lenox 31-2-I
October 3 IVIOIILIITIGII1 IVIt 23-35
October 6 Lee 38-I9
October I0 Hoosac 35-20
October 13 Drury 29-27
October I7 Mt, Greylock -15-I8
October 20 Lenox 20--II
October 23 Wahconah 29-25
October 25 Monument Mt 2-I-35
October 30 Lee 28-30
November I Hoosac 39-I8
1972 JUNIOR VARSITY
September 19 Drury 49-I5
October 6 Lee I7--100
October I3 Drury 28-27
October I7 Mt. Greyloclc 28-29"
October 20 Lenox 23-3-1'
October 25 Monument Mt. 27-28"
October 30 Lee I5-35 "
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LEFT UPPER: Yelling out the time - Coach Menin, recording - Manager julie
Markham. LEFT LOVVER: After the exhausting run- Danny Moulton, Dale Van
Deusen. Robert Gower. MIDDLE UPPER and MIDDLE: Starting Sprint. MID-
DLE LOWER: 1972 varsity team - STANDING: Coach Menin, Robert Gower,
XYilliam Thorn. Gary Carlson. joe Ullrichg KNEELING: Wade Merritt, Donald
Rossi, Bob VVuori, Billy Milligan, Dale Van Deusen. RIGHT UPPER: Final sprint
- joe Ullrich and opponent. RIGHT MIDDLE: First runner in - Gary Carlson.
RIGHT LOVVER: 1972 junior varsity team - STANDING: Manager julie Mark-
ham. Matt Gunn, Keith Salzmann. Patrick Fennell, Carl Seiger, Manager Kevin
Curtis: KNEELING: Vincent Gulotta. Danny Moulton, Paul Batacchi. Barry Van
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FCUTBALL RECORDS SET
At least twenty-six new school records were set by
Mount Everett's 1972 football team. Some are as fol-
- season yeardage: 2,621
-- Points scored, season: 136
- yards rushing, single game: 329
- plays, single game: 65
-total plays, season: 429
Records set by individuals include those of Steve
Phillips 1most valuable player5:
- points scored, season: 84
- yards gained, season: 1,265
- yards rushing, season: 1,112
- carries, game: 25
- yards gained, game: 183
- number of H100 + yards" games: 71out of 95
of jeff Trag:
- yards gained receiving: 461
- receptions, season: 25
of Geoff Piper:
- passing yards gained: 454
of Danny Miller:
- tackles, career: 184
- games played, career: 411out of 425
of Mike Harrigan:
- longest TD run: 95 yards 1punt return5.
- most broken right legs: 2 1Kim Riiska and
- bad weather before or during games:
almost 9 out of 9.
1972 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Sept. 16 American School for the Deaf 540
Sept. 23 McCann 28-140
Sept. 30 Haldane 0-22
Oct. 6 Pine Plains 8-20
Oct. 14 Pawling 28-41
Oct. 21 Valley Regional 3-35
Oct. 28 Millbrook 20-33
Nov, 4 Dover Plains 24-8 Q
Nov. 11 Housatonic Valley 14-26
THIS PAGE, TOP: Number 30, Brian Kelly and number 41, jay
Amidon. MIDDLE: Number 80, jeff Trag. BOTTOM: Offensive
team. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Number 44, Kim Riiska and number
40, Steve Phillips: Coach Halliday: Number 14, Geoff Piper: Refer-
ee and touchdown. BOTTOM: 1972 football team: KNEELING -
Clayton Trag 1225, Mike Harrigan 1115, Brian Kelly 1305, Chuck
Mielke 1355, john Pedersen 1605, Alan Ziegler 1545, Steve Phillips
1405, Kim Riiska 1445, Bob Patterson 1335, George Ullrich 1655, Tom
Sullivan 1745, james Collingwood 1325, Gary Broggi 1205,
STANDING - Coach Ducharclt, Coach Bozek, Keith Hastedt 1815,
Will Friedman 1825, Peter Brown 1755, Russell Funk 1345, joe Mero-
la 1725, Terry Carson 1845, Co-CAPTAIN FRED MOORE 1705,
Steve Hastedt 1715, jeff Trag 1805, David Dempsey 1215, jay Ami-
don 1415, jeff Barth 1635, Brian Real 1565, jeff Stover 1645, joe Finn
1555, Mike Phillips 1435, Coach Halliday: ABSENTEES: CO-CAP-
TAIN GEOFF PIPER 1145, Rick Hall
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Under the supervision of the new
girls, athletics coach, Miss Hinsch
the 1972 varsity field hockey team
had a winning season. The girls,
team finished with a record of four
wins and three losses. Forward
Debbie Milligan was the seasonis
high scorer with four goals. Team
captain: Kathy MacDonald. The
junior varsity had two wins and
four losses. Team captain: Pat
FIELD HOCKEY SCHEDULES
October 3 Chatham 1-5 .
October 10 lcabod Crane 2-1 'M
OQtrybQr Germantown 0-1 6 M 1" Q
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1972 JUNIOR VARSITY
October 53 Chatham
October 10 Icabod Crane
October 16 Germantown
October 17 Simons Rock
October 26 Lee
October31 Taconic Hills
TOP LEFT: Sprints - forwards Linda Law
and Diane Cartinelli. TOP MIDDLE and
TOP RIGHT: Slug fests around Mount Ev-
erett's goal. MIDDLE MIDDLE: Slap shot
- Karen Ryder. MIDDLE RIGHT: Out-of-
hounds strategy. BOTTOM LEFT: Sand-
wich play - high scorer Debbie Milligan
and Captain Kathy MacDonald. BOTTOM
MIDDLE: 1972 varsity team - STAND-
ING: Manager Robyn Hanson, Sue Whisen-
ant, Karen Ryder, Donna Salisbury, Mary
jane Stevens, Michelle Ives, Debby Dellert,
Manager Cindy Williams: SITTING: Ioan
Koneazny, Debbie Milligan, Kathy Mac-
Donald, Diane Cartinelli, Linda Law.
BOTTOM RIGHT: 1972 junior varsity team
- STANDING: Charlene Ryder, Linda
Driscoll, Lori Guerra. Melanie Wyman,
Michelle Benjamin, Mary-Anne O'Connell,
Morag Pagetg SITTING: Collette Gingras,
jennifer Koneazny, Pat McNamara, JoAnne
Bush, Ioan Fennell, 'IoAnne Martin.
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T. E. W ITS ANOTHER YE R
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With some ofthe elements for basketball success still
missing, a 6-12 record and next-to-last-place standing in
the Southern Berkshire league, Mount Everett basket-
ball followers look to next year when most of the team
returns as seniors, Will Friedman graduates this year,
but Rick Friedman, Randy Shaw, Steve Phillips, and
good sixth men Rick Hall, Bob Patterson, Carl Zinner-
mon, Jeff Trag, and john Cowen return for one more
year. If the team stays together, if the team works, if the
team thinks "team,', if the team disciplines its own
members, if the team remains coachable, there should
be fireworks in the league next year.
SCHEDULE - 1972-73 1jV1 1V1
D18 St. 106 1NA1 ...... . 40-65 57-73
D21 Gateway .... . 42-37" 38-35'
D22 McCann .... . 48-46" 56-64
j2 Lee .,,...... . . . 22-64 64-76
f5 Gateway ............. . 37-26" 56-51 '
f10 Monument Mountain .... . 39-59 40-56
f12 St. joe 1P1 ............ , 29-63 61-74
f16 Lenox ...... . 32-54 56-48'
f19 McCann ..... , 42-52 65-68
123 Belchertown . . . . 51-40" 61-96
f26 Darrow ..... . 28-51 63-57"
130 McCann . . . , 42-41' 85-52"
F2 Darrow ............ . 30-48 51-61
F6 Lee .................. . 40-52 59-85
F9 Monument Mountain .... , 41-59 51-62
F13 St. joe 1P1 ............ . 33-48 61-85
F16 St. joe 1NA1 ....
F20 Lenox .......
IUNIOR VARSITY 1TOP1: Peter Brown 1511, Coach Bozekg Alphonso
johnson, Charles Miekle, Andy Constable 1111, Steve Silk, Randy Kol-
dys 1411, Mike Phillips 1331g Wayne Gunn 1151, Dana Barnum 1451,
Sammy johnson 1311, Dennis Mintz 1231. VARSITY 1BOTTOM1: Coach
Ohlsong john Cowen, james Collingwood 1Manager1, David Edelman,
Will Friedman - co-captain, Steve Phillips - co-captain, Randy Shaw
1441, Bob Patterson 1551, Carl Zinnermon 141, Rick Hall 1201, Rick
Friedman 1101, jim Blodgett 1301. Absent: Jeff Trag. OPPOSITE
PAGE: LENOX GAME -JANUARY 16: After trailing 21-24, Bob Pat-
terson 1341, Randy Shaw 1441, Will Friedman 1221, and underdog team
tie Lenox 32-32 a'nd then go On to spring an upset, 56-48. Mount Everett
jubilation includes john Cowen 1521, Patterson, Shaw, Rick Friedman
1101, Cheerleader Pat Varney, Dave Edelman 140 1, and Will Friedman.
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JV, HA "PERFECT" EA o
Although there is no junior-varsity Southern Berk-
shire League, Mount Everettys 1973 girls' basketball
j.v.'s had a perfect season against little sisters of league
teams. With the j.v.,s desire to win and a relative im-
provement of skills, we will hopefully - in a year or so
- have a super girls, team to Hzapn Monument Moun-
tain, Lee, Lenox, and -- oh, especially! - Pittsfield.
SCHEDULE - 1972-73 UV, iv, ,
D19 Pittsfield 6-29 16-74
D28 Taconic 13-12" 36-51
12 Taconic 8-19 37-36"
19 St. 1oe 17- 50 24-46
112 Monument Mountain 14- 4" 9-37
116 Lee 20-18" 29-36
119 Lenox 26-18" 58-49
122 Berkshire School 50-24
126 St. 1oe 9- 6' 19-40
131 Lee 11- 9' 30-45
F1 Monument Mountain 21- 8 18-25
F7 Berkshire School 25--14
F9 Lenox 22-15 33-39
F16 Darrow Prep 30-18
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IUNIOR VARSITY 1TOP1: Karen Hyatt 1261, Coach Pezze, Stephanie
Wright 141g 1udy Boardman 1301, 1oAnn Bush 1291, Margaret Cary 131,
Cindy Williams 191g Polly Cary 1121, Sue Montoux 1101. VARSITY
1BOTTOM1: Collette Cingras 1Manager1, Debby Dellert 1Manager1g
Kathy MacDonald, Debbie Boardmang Donna Bachetti 1251, Carolyn
Boardman 1221, Elaine Wuori 1171, Lee Deckerg Cathy Kirchner 1141,
Dawn Agar 151. Absent: Debbie Milligan - captain, Coach Hinsch.
OPPOSITE PACE 1TOP1 - Debbie Milligan, team playmakerg
1RICHT1 - Kathy MacDonald, jumpshooterg 1B0'I'I'OM1 cousins
Donna Bachetti and Elaine Wuori, playstoppers.
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Elaine Wuori, and Ruth Pedersen. STANDING: Stephanie Wright,
Michele Turner, Kathy Marchione. Senior co-captains: Kirchner,
Wu ori, Pedersen.
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FRONT: Liz Tryon. STANDING: Aileen Barth, Kathy Frengs, Pat
McNamara, julie Edelman, Debbie Cruikshank, Doreen Curka,
Teresa Choquette, Pat Varney. ABSENT: Michelle Ives. Captain: Liz
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AWARDS f CREDITS
IOAN F ENNELL
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GAIL MAC KENZIE
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was designated Secretary of Consumer Affairs
for Student Government Day in Boston, April,
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was named winner of the 1973 Aurigan Art
Competition. His design Cwhich appears on
the cover of this yearbook? received the nod
after over 600 designs were considered.
IO-AN NE REAL
is the 1973 recipient of the Bausch and Lomb
Science Award, the DAR Good Citizen Award,
and the Betty Crocker Homemaking Award.
IEF F STOVER
went to Assumption College, Worcester, Mas-
sachusetts, as one of Mount Everett's Boys'
State representatives. He has also received the
SAR Good Citizen Award.
along with jeff Stover, went to Assumption
College in june, 1972, as Boys' State
MAY 26, 1972 - Trip to Quebec - French group.
CMD- President Nixon arrives in China
for first official visit of high
American official in over 20 years.
CSD - 80 to 90 people die in West Vir-
ginia dam break.
CMD - Winter vacation ends, but there
is no school due to bomb scare. Girls,
Western Mass. basketball quarterfinals
with Westfield. Mt. Everett loses 14-36.
3 CFD - No school due to bad driving
8 CWD - Bomb explodes inside TWA jet
after officials are informed that bombs
have been planted, and two million dol-
lars ransom is demanded.
CM D- Boys' baseball practice begins.
CFD- Rep. Sisitsky visits school.
CMD - Donna Bachetti elected editor-
in-chief of 1973 Aurigang Annemarie
Eggenberger and Elaine Wuori named
CThD - U. S. suspends Paris peace talks
until Vietnamese Communists are ready
to "negotiate seriouslyf'
CFD- School receives new P. A. system.
Chess with Monument Mountain - Mt.
Everett wins 18-12. In Congers, N. Y., a
freight train hits a school bus killing
four high school pupils and injuring for-
CM D - "French groupn puts on covered
dish supper - donations to go toward
four day trip to Quebec City.
CThD - Assembly for winter sports
CFD- Good Friday - no school. A B-52
bomber crashes into residential area
near Orlando, Florida.
CStD - Major league baseball players
vote to take strike action beginning to-
CSD- Easter Sunday.
CTD - Occupational Ed. courses ob-
served by 20 Hwould be" occupational
ed. supervisors from all over the state.
CThD - Girls, softball practice begins.
CFD - Seventh Grade dance - "The
American Dream." Third marking peri-
CTD - Modern Dance Club recital.
CThD - Baseball strike ends.
CFD - Report cards are distributed. Se-
nior-faculty game, seniors win, 54-50.
School closes for spring vacation.
CSD- Apollo 16 blasts off for the rnoon.
CTD - Baseball with Taconic Hillsg var-
sity loses 3-951. V.'s lose 4-10.
CWD - Apollo 16 astronauts Duke and
Young land on the moon.
CFD- Baseball with Taconic Hills, var-
sity loses 3-9, j.V.'s lose 4-10.
CStD - Baseball with McCann, varsity
CMD - Baseball at St. joeis CN.A.D, Mt
Everett wins 8-4.
JUNE 9, 1972 Graduation Samuels
JUNE 1, 1972 - Prom preparations - Arnidon, Piper, Kirchner. Byrne and others
CTD - Baseball with Monument Mt.,
varsity loses 0-13, I. V.'s lose 5-25.
McGovern wins 5221 of votes in Mass.
primary. Dr. Frank L. Boyden, head-
master of Deerfield Academy, dies at
CThD - Baseball at Lee, varsity loses
0-15, j.V.'s win 8-4. Apollo 16 splashes
CTD- F. B. I. Chief J. Edgar Hoover dies
of heart attack.
CFD- Baseball with Lenox, varsity loses
0-10, j.V.'s lose 2-12. 7th and 8th Grade
baseball with Hoosac, Mt. Everett wins
22-18. Spring Music and Arts Festival.
CStD - PTO Spring Bazaar.
CTD - President Nixon declares naval
blockade of North Vietnam.
CWD- Baseball at St. Ioeis CPD, varsity
loses 2-5, j.V.'s win 17-13. 7th and 8th
Grade baseball with Searles, Mt. Ever-
ett wins 9-1. Yearbook Forum in Chico-
pee, Donna Bachetti, Annemarie Eg-
genberger, and Elaine Wuori attend.
CFD - Softball with Monument Mt.-
varsity wins 16-10, j.V.,s lose 7-19.
CStD - Baseball with Mt. Greylock, var-
sity wins 6-0, j.V.'s lose 1-15.
CTD - Baseball at McCann, varsity wins
7-4. Softball with Taconic Hills, varsity
CWD - Softball at Lenox, varsity wins
CFD - Baseball with Pine Plains, I.V.'s
CTD - Baseball at Monument Mt., var-
sity loses 3-12, j.V.'s lose 7-14. Softball
at Monument Mt., varsity wins 14-5. 7th
and 8th Grade baseball at Roejan, Mt.
Everett wins 16-10. ,
CThD - Baseball with St. joe CPD, varsity
loses 6-10, j.V.,s lose 11-19. Softball at
Lee, varsity wins 23-12.
CM D- Memorial Day, no school.
CThD- Class elections for grades 8-11.
CSD- Donna Brallier crowned queen of
junior-senior prom, "A Time for Us."
CM D- Senior exams start. Softball with
Germantown, varsity wins 28-5.
CTD -- Softball with Lee, varsity wins
11-5, j.V.,s win 17-13. Girls' varsity soft-
ball team ends season with perfect 8-0
CThD - Assembly for spring sports
CMD- Underclassmen exams start.
CSD - Mt. Everett float wins second
prize in Laurel Festival Parade.
CThD - Flash flood warning in effect as
"Hurricane Agnes" sweeps eastern
CStD - Monterey celebrates 125th
10 CMD - Democratic National
11 CTD- Humphrey withdraws from Presi-
12 CWD - Senator George McGovern be-
comes Democratic Presidential
14 CFD- Senator Thomas Eagleton is nom-
inated as McGovern's running mate.
17 CMD- 900 Attica inmates state "sit-inn,
protesting for better treatment.
26 CWD McGovern insists that Eagleton
shall remain his running mate regard-
less of his background.
31 CMD - Senator Eagleton "Steps down"
from Vice-Presidential candidacy.
Three men from Detroit take over Delta
Airlines DC8 traveling from Detroit to
Miami, they demand and receive a one
million dollar ransom.
1 CTD - Hijacked DC8 lands in Algiers,
hijackers taken away by Algierian
16 CWD- McGovern pledges to end wage-
price controls 90 days after taking Presi-
18 CFD - Hijacker demands 2 million dol-
lars from United Airlines to help crip-
pled children in Vietnam.
19 CStD - 2 million ransom is paid to Unit-
ed Airline's hijacker, but he is caught by
21 CMD - "Copernicus,H an astronomical
observatory, is launched from Cape
Kennedy and sent on its way to study
the evolution of stars.
22 CTD - President Nixon nominated by
Republican Convention to run for re-
election. - --
23 CWD- Over 1,000 protestors are arrest-
ed at Miami Beach as they try to pre-
vent delegates from going to Republi-
can Convention finale.
28 CMD- Football practice starts.
1 CFD - Bobby Fischer becomes the
new world's chess champion by de- '
feating Boris Spassky 12 Ma to 8 W.
4 CMD- Labor Day.
5 CTD - Olympic games in Germany
are halted after Arab terrorists kid-
nap, and bring about the deaths of
Israeli team members.
6 CWD- School starts.
9 CStD - Russell Burke, senior at Mt.
Everett, killed in car accident in
11 CMD - Senior portraits taken. Girls'
. Field Hockey starts.
16 CStD - Football at American School
for the Deaf, varsity loses 6-40.
19 CTD - Cross-country at Drury, var-
sity loses 40-20, ,I.V.,s win 15-49.
22 CFD - Cross-country with Mt. Grey-
lock, varsity loses 47-16, I.V.'s win
23 CStD - Football at McCann, varsity
26 CTD - Cross-country at Lenox, var-
sity loses 31-24.
29 CFD - Cross-country with Wahcon--
ah, varsity wins 27-30.
30 CSD - Football with Haldane CN.Y.D,
varsity loses 22-0.
3 CTD - Cross-country with Monu-
ment Mountain, varsity wins 23-35:
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I.V.,s win 22-36. Girls' field hockey
at Chathamg varsity loses 5-15 I.V.'s
CFD- Football at Pine Plains5 varsity
loses 8-20. Cross-country at Lee5 var-
sity loses 38-195 j.V.'s win 17-40.
CTD - Girls, field hockey with Icha-
bod Craneg varsity wins 2-15 j.V.,s
lose 3-1. Cross-country with Hoosa
varsity loses 35-20. BCC teachers
protest state-mandated "LoyaltyH
CWD - French mission in Hanoi hit
in American bombing raid.
CFD - Cross Country with Drury5
varsity loses 28-275 j.V.'s lose 29-27.
CStD - Football with Pawlingg varsity
CMD Girls' field hockey with German-
towng varsity loses 1-05 j.V.,s lose 3-1.
CTD - Girls' field hockey with Si-
mon's Rock5 varsity wins 1-05 j.V.,s
lose 3-0. Cross-country at Mt. Grey-
lock5 varsity loses 45-185 j.V.,s win
CThD - Girls' field hockey with New
Lebanong varsity wins 5-1.
CFD - Cross-country with Lenox5
Varsity wins 20-415 J. Vfs win 23-34.
CStD - Football at Valley Regional5
varsity loses 35-8.
CMD - Cross-country at Wahconah5
varsity loses 29-25.
CWD - Cross-country at Monument
Mountain5 varsity wins 24-355 j.V.ls
CThD - Field hockey with Lee5 var-
sity wins1-05j.V.'s win 2-1.
CStD - Football at Millbrook5 varsity
CMD - Cross-country with Lee5 var-
sity wins 28-305 j.V.'s win 15-35.
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Hillsg Varsity loses 0-3. ,llvfs Win 2-1. Vosburgh, Wayne Gunn, Dee Dee Cartinelli, jill Merritt, David Edel-
7 man, Tom Vickerman.
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1 CWD- Cross-country at Hoosac5 varsity
CThD - President Nixon promises that,
if elected, he will end draft by june,
CStD - Football with Dover Plains5 var-
sity wins 24-8.
CTD- President Richard M. Nixon is re-
elected to office by a 49 state landslide5
Massachusetts Cl D bucks national trend.
CStD - Football at Housatonic Valley5
varsity loses 14-26.
CWD- Girls, basketball begins.
CWD Awards Day for fall sports. Thanks-
giving recess begins at noon.
CM D- Boys' basketball begins.
6 CWD - Apollo 17 blasts off for trip to
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18 CMD- Basketball at St. joe CN.A. D5 var-
sity loses 57-735 j. V.'s lose 40-65.
19 CTD - Girls' basketball at Pittsfield5
varsity loses 16-745 j.V.'s lose 6-29.
Apollo 17 astronauts CCernan, Evans,
and SchmittD return from 13 day space
journey to moon.
21 CThD - Basketball at Catewayg varsity
wins 38-355 I. V.'s win 42-37.
22 CFD - School closes at noon for Christ-
mas vacation. Christmas Tea for alumni
in afternoon. Basketball with McCann5
varsity loses 56-645 I. V.'s win 48-46.
23 CSTD - Earthquake completely destroys
26 CTD - Former President Harry S. Tru-
28 CThD -- Girls' basketball with Tac0nic5
varsity loses 38-515 j.V.'s win 13-12.
29 CFD - Girls' basketball with Monument
Mountain5 varsity wins 28-215 I.V.'s win
2 CTD - Girls' basketball at Taconic5 var-
sity wins 37-365 I.V.,s lose 8-19. Basket-
ball at Lee5 varsity loses 64-765 j.V.'s
5 CFD- Basketball with Gateway5 varsity
wins 56-515 I. V.'s lose 26-37.
9 CTD - Girls' basketball with St. Ioe5
varsity loses 24-465 -I.V.'s win 17-5.
10 CWD - Basketball at Monument Moun-
tain5 varsity loses 4-565 I.V.'s lose 39-59
12 CFD - Girls' basketball at Monument
Mountain5 varsity loses 9-375 j.V.,s win
14-4. Basketball at St. joe CPD5 varsity
loses 61-745 j.V.'s lose 29-63.
15 CMD - President Nixon orders a halt to
all offensive military operations in
North Vietnam5 peace talks resume.
16 CTD - Girls, basketball at Lee5 varsity
loses 29-365 I.V.'s win 20-18. Basketball
with Lenoxg varsity wins 56-485 j.V.'s
r lose 32-54.
' ' 19 CFD- Girls, basketball with Lenox5 var-
, 5 5 C HN sity wins 58-495 j.V.'s win 26-18. Basket-
DEC 1972 Second yearbook deadline with Elaine Wuori. ?.:il,Sax:1il:l:g5gS.nl varslty loses 65-685
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WALTER AND DOROTHY C. ABRIEL CA'I'HERINE'S CHOCOLATES LEADERS
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wins 85-52, -I.V.'s win 42-41.
CMD- School closes at noon due to abs-
ences of many teachers. Girls' basket-
ball with Berkshire, varsity wins 50-24.
Former President Lyndon johnson dies
from heart attack.
CTD - Basketball at Belchertown, var-
sity loses 61-96, j.V.'s win 51-40.
CFD - Girls' basketball at St. joe, var-
sity loses 19-40, j.V.'s win 9-6. Basket-
ball at Darrow, varsity wins 63-57,
j.V.'s lose 28-51.
CStD - Cease-fire agreement is signed
by the United States, North Vietnam,
South Vietnam, and the Viet Cong.
CSD - Last American to die in Vietnam
War CLt. Col. William B. NoldeD brings
American death toll in war to 45,997.
CThD - Girls, basketball with Monu-
ment Mountain, varsity loses 18-25,
j.V.'s win 21-8.
CFD - School is closed due to bad
weather conditions. Basketball with
Darrow, varsity loses 51-61, j.V.,s lose
CTD -- Basketball with Lee, varsity loses
59-85, I. V.'s lose 40-52.
CWD - Girls' basketball at Berkshire
School, I.V.,s win 25-14.
CFD -- Girls' basketball with Lenox, var-
sity loses 33-39, J.V.,s win 22-15. Bas-
ketball with Monument Mountain, var-
sity loses 51-62, j.V.'s lose 41-59.
CSD - First American POW,s released
by North Vietnamese and Viet Gong.
CTD - Basketball with St. joe CPD, var-
CMD - School is closed due to bad sity loses 61-85, I.V.'slose 33-48.
weather conditions, 15 CThD - Faculty basketball with Kiwanis
CTD - Basketball at McCann, varsity for scholarship fund, faculty wins 63-60.
CFD- Final yearbook deadline.
31 CWD - Girls' basketball with Lee, var-
sity loses 30-45, j.V.,s win 11-9.
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PORTRAITS BY STEVENS STUDIUS, Pl'l"l'SFIEl,D, MA.
DAWN ELIZABETH ACAR 9-8-
55 CtB, AS4, BB24, DES, PS, Sw12S4,
JAY STEPHEN AMIDON 12-19-
55 C-tB, Al, B1234, BSS1, CT4, DES,
F12S4, HMS4, PS, SlcC1, Ty2S, WI, TTS4.
SHARON DEHN ARZT 11-1-55 Shf,
Cr2, CTS, DES, CCS, HR12S4, NHS2S4,
PC12S, PS, SStI4, SP4, SAC4, SCS4 fVP4l,
STZS4, TTS4, YB4.
DONNA LEE BACHETTI 5-2-55 CtB,
CTS, COfTS4J, DES, FHS, BBS4, SB12S4,
HR12S4, NHSS4, PS, SP4, STS, C-SSI2, TTS4,
RICHARD JEFFERSON BARTH 4-7-
55 Sharon CT, WI2, F12S4, PC12S, MMI,
BCM2S4J, BsS2, PS, VTS, HM4, YB4, TTS4,
DAVID WILLIAM BETHEL 12-29-
55 Kingston R1, ACC2, DE4, MMI, N1.
JAMES KARL BLODCETT 12-27-
54 C-tB, B12, BB14, COQVPIJ, DE2, HRS4,
SSt12, SP4, PS.
CAROLYN MARIE BOARDMAN 7-30-
56 C-tB, COCPJ1, BB12S, C1, DES, HRS,
J1, SC1, early graduate.
DEBRA ANN BOARDMAN 7-20-
55 CtB, CT2, DES, C-SSI, PS, SP4, SAC4,
SAS, ST4, SBS4, BB4, TTS4, YB4.
PATRICIA JEAN BRAZIE 6-18-55 C-tB,
BB12S, DES, CSSI2, HRI2S, SAS4, Ty12S4,
NOREEN EMELINE BUSH 4-5-55 CtB,
BSSI2, Sw1, A2, PS, ST4.
SUSAN JEANNE BYNACK 5-2-55 CtB,
Tyl, AI, CSS2, CTS, DES, HR12, PC2, PS,
SP4, SAS, ST4, YB4.
DONALD JAMES DWIGHT
CAMPBELL 8-S-55 Pittsfield MA, W1
MMI, HRI, TTI, DES, ST4, SA4, TTS4.
TERRY ALLEN CARSON 6-6-55 NY,
SSV12S4, TTI, NI, BSS2, PS, F4.
CATHY SCOTT CHAPIN 4-24-55 CtB,
Bd12S, CTS, COCTIJ, DE2, CAAI2S4, PS,
SP4, SCKT4 ST4, TTS4.
THEODORA MARIE CHASE 1-16-
55 Pamona CA, BdI2S4, Cr2, CTS, HRIS4,
PS, SP4, ST4, TTS4.
LINDSEY STEWART CRAWFORD 6-
12-55 Stamford CT.
KEVIN MICHAEL CURTIS 7-10-
55 Pittsfield MA, Tyl, Bqlvl1234J,
XCfMS4J, HR14, DES, SCC12.
WILLARD ALAN CURTIS 11-11-
55 Sharon CT, MMI, B2, DES.
HOLLY ANN DELMOLINO 5-28-
55 CtB, PS, VTS, ST4.
DAVID A. DEMPSEY 1-11-55 CtB'
Bd12S, B12, BsS1, Cr12, FIS4, SP4.
PETER MICHAEL DRISCOLL 10-24-
55 Shf,Ty1, HR1, B1,SSv1.
TIMOTHY EVERETT DRUMM 2-26-
55 CtB, DE2, HR124, PS, MMI, SICCI.
JULIANNE EDELMAN 1-24-55 La
Rochelle, France, C1S4fCC4J, Crl
CTCCh3J, CSSI, HR12S4, J1, PCCCIWSJ
SSt14, SPS4, SCCP4 STS4, SB14, TTS4, SA4,
ANNEMARIE EGGENBERCER 12-15-
55 Zurich, Switzerland, Crl, CTS, COCS2J,
DES, FHS, CSSI, HR12S4, NHS2S4, PS,
VIRGINIA CAROL EVERIDCE 6-6-
55 GtB, CTS, SB2S, SP4, SAC4, SAS4,
Ty12S4, COCS41 HR12S, YB4.
HELEN LUCY FARNUM 7-17-53 GtB,
DEBORAH JEAN FLETCHER 4-6-
55 Pittsfield MA, CTS, Bdl, DES, SWI2,
PS, YB4. SP4, SAS4, A1,Ty1234.
WILLIAM KAPLAN FRIEDMAN S-I8-
55 NY NY, BBS4fCC4J, F4, DES, HRS.
CHRISTOPHER FRANCIS CAARN 6-
22-55 NY NY, HMS, PS, SSV4.
STANLEY JOHN CRACYK, JR. 8-22-
55 Sharon CT, ScC1, Tyl, DES.
JOHN EARL HANKEY 2-11-55 CtB,
SUSAN ELLEN HANKEY 2-6-55 CtB,
CSS12S, DES, HRI2S, Ty12.
MICHAEL EDWARD HARRICAN 2-11-
55 CtB, Bd12S, BI2, BBI2, BSSI, WI2,
Tyl, Ch2, TT2S, HMS4, LMS4, PS, TTS4,
STEPHEN A. I-IASTEDT 8-S-55 GtB,
Bd12S4, B2S4, DES, FI2S4, HM4, PC12, PS,
DREAMA HILL 7-16-51 Lexington VA,
ANITA C. HUTCHINS 7-12-55 Winsted
CT, CsS12, 12, Ty12, HR1, Sw14, A1, PS,
MICHELLE FRANCINE IVES 12-28-
55 C-tB, CS4, Cr1, CTS, DES, FH2S4,
BB12, SB12, HRI2S4, PC12, PS, SP4, STS,
BRIAN FRANCIS KELLY 4-6-
55 Springfield MA, COKVPS, P4p, AGC1
BsS1, Crl, CTS, Dm, F4, PC123, Ps, SP4,
TT12, TTs4CChD, YB4.
CATHY ANN KIRCHNER 9-30-55 ctB,
BB12S4, C2S4CCC4J, CTS, DE3, cssi,
im12s4, PC2, Ps, SP4, SB12S4, sAs, ST4,
JEAN BRIDCETTE KONEAZNY 9-20-
55 Sharon CT, CTS, DES, J12, N2, PS,
SP4, SAS, VT4.
LUCINDA JEANNE LONGDYKE 9-30-
55 CtB, CsS1, Swl, SA2, early graduate S.
MARYLEE LOPEZ 9-I9-55 CtB, Cr12
CTS, COQSIJ, DES, PC12, PS, SPS4, Swl
KATHLEEN MARY MACDONALD 10-
12-55 Pittsfield MA, SAS, ST4, COfVP24J
SCS, Pa, FHS4fC4J, SB1234CC3J, BB34
DES, HP.12a4, CTS, PC1, Cssl, Cii, TTs4,
MARYBETH ANN MADISON 4-20-
55 NY NY, CTS, PCS, PS, SP4, STS4, TTS4,
NANCY ELLEN MALNATI 6-5-
55 CtB, Bd12S4, CTS, DES, HR12S4,
NHS2S4, PS, SP4, YB4.
PAUL WILLIAM MARCEL 11-18-
55 NY NY, PC2, DES, No-Kn0tCP4J.
ANNE MARIE MARTIN 9-15-56 CtB,
AS, BB12, C12, DES, CAA12, CSSI, HR12S,
JI, PS, Tyl, early graduate S.
ELEANOR ALICE MCDONALD 8-26-
55 Bay Shore NY, CAA2, DES, PS, SAS,
KAREN ELIZABETH MERRITT 4-28-
55 ME, Bd12S4, CTS, DE4, PS, SP4, YB4.
DANIEL JONATHAN MILLER 2-8-
54 GtB, A1234, Bd12, BB12, F12S4, HMS4,
Hr123, PS, TT12, WI2, TTs4.
DEBORAH JANE MILLIGAN 10-31-
55 GtB, Bd12S4, BB12S4CASS,C4D, Crl,
CTSCCChJ, DES, HR1284, NHS12S4tVP4J,
PS, SP4, STS4, FHS4, SBI, TTS4, YB4.
FRANK A. MONTGOMERY 4-11-
54 Randolph MA, DE2, HR12, SSvI,Ty1.
FRIEDRICH HANS MOORE 4-17-
55 Summit NJ, F12S4, DES, HMS, SP4,
TyS, Bd12, A4, TTS4, No-KnotfVP4J.
PETER JONATHAN NEWEY 9-7-
55 Plymouth MA, TT12, B2S4, BsSI, ChS4,
AS4, HR12S, LM2S, PC2, PS, SP4, SC2, Tyl.
LYNN MARIE OBRIEN S-8-54 CtB,
IILLAINE PATCH 1-1-55 Albuquerque
NM, SAS, SBS4, HRS4, PS, SPS4, ST4,
DONALD MILO PECK 5-2-55 GtB,
Chl, DE2, NHS2S4,Ty1, SSVI2.
PAUL BIORN PEDERSEN 11-2-
55 GtB, MM12, Ch12S4, XCS, DES, W4.
RUTH LINDA PEDERSEN 1-1-56 CtB,
SBIZS4, C12S4CCC4D, Crl, CTS, COCT2,SSD,
DES, HR12S4, NHSS4, PC2, PS, SP4, STS,
KEVIN CHARLES PETERSON 9-8-
55 Norwalk CT, DES, SSv12S4, TTS.
GEOFFREY TINDALL PIPER 9-20-
55 Burlington VT, Bd12S4fVPS, P4 D, Cr12,
HR2S, COCPSD, SCS, PCQPSD, BB1, B12S4,
F12S4fCC4J, ST4, CTS, DES, HM4,
PSCCCM, SP4, TTS4, MDCM21
BRIAN MICHAEL REAL 6-7-55 Mount
Vernon NY, BsS1, SSt12, W12, SCI, F14,
DES, HMS4, PS, VTS, SP4, ST4, TTS4,
IO-ANNE MARIA REAL 9-1-
55 Arlington MA, Bd12S4fS-TS4J, BB12S,
Crl, CTS, DES, HR12S4, NHS2S4, PS,
SSt12, SP4, SA12S, SCfs1 J, TTsCCCh4J, YB4.
CLEMENT IARED ROBINS 12-16-
55 NY NY,N1,Ty1, HR12,YB4.
DAVID A. ROOD 5-21-55 Winnchestry
CT, BSS1, xC12, Tyz, DES, W4, wr-1.
FRANK H. ROSIER 11-16-55 C113,
MM1, DES, PS.
KAREN ANN RYDER S-28-55 West
Stockbridge MA, Bd12S4, Cr12, CTS, DES,
FHSS4, BB12S, sB12S4, HR12S4, NHS2S4,
PC12S, PS, SP4, TTS4, YB4.
THEODORE LEE SCHIFFMAN 11-9-
54 NYNY, ChS, TT2, STS.
JOHN CHARLES SCHOENFELD 11-26-
54 Ryslip, England, DE2, FIS, 12, PS, SP4,
TTs4, HR12S4, YBCphotography editor 341.
PETER WILLIAM SHUTS 9-16-
55 CtB, Ch12S4, DES, HR2S4, PS, SP4,
LORRAINE JOANNE STEVENS 1-19-
56 GtB, NHS2S, DE2, HRl2S, early gradu-
MARY IANE STEVENS 10-28-55 CtB,
Bd12, Cr12, CTS, DES, SB2, BB12, FHS4
PC12S, PS, ST4, 'l'Ts4.
IEFFREY WAYNE STOVER 4-11-
55 Pittsfield MA, Bd12S4, B2S4, BSS, ChS
COCPID, DES, F12S4, HM4, HRI2S4
NHS2S4fP4J, PS, ST4, VTS, TTS4, YB4.
FRANCIS JEROME SULLIVAN, JR. 7-
12-55 Cambridge, MA, PC2, BBS, DES,
FCMSJ, PS, YB4, HMS4, VT4, W4, Wr4, SP4,
IARED LYMAN THOMSON 4-12-
55 Brookline, MA, Bd12S4, BS4, ChS
DES, TT1, TyS, TTS4.
ELIZABETH RUTH TRYON 8-29-
55 CIB, BB1, C2S4fC4 1, CTS, DES, CSS12
II, PS, SP4, SlcC1, SAS, YB4.
DEBRA LYNN TURNER 7-12-55 CIB'
SUSAN MARIE TURNER 8-8-55 GtB-
SWI, PCI, ST24, CTS, SBCMZJ, I-IR12S4, SP4
PS, TTS4, YB4.
GEORGE VINCENT ULLRICH 7-13-
55 CIB, Bd12S4, BS4, CTS, DES, F12S4
HR4, PS, SP4, ST4, TTS4, SA4, YB4.
RONALD KEITH VAN DEUSEN 1-18-
54 GtB, BSSI2, XCI, MM12, PS.
SUSAN EDWARDS WHISENANT 5-21-
55 Pittsfield MA, Bd12S4CVP4J, CTS, SCS,
DES, SB12S4, FHS4, CsS2, HR124, PfCh3l,
SP4, SW4, SlcC1, SA4, TTS4, YB4.
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55 CIB, Bd12S, A2, PS, DES SSVS4, TTS4,
TARA ANN WHITE 2-23-56 GtB-
HR12, SA4, early graduate S.
BRADLEY IAMES WILSON 11-2-
55 CtB, AGC1,MM1, BsS1, DES, SSv12S.
ELAINE KIM WUORI 11-S0-55 GtB,
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1A 3 administration
1P3 school personnel
1123 12th grade .etc
Abbott, Terri 193 19
Adamson, Dr. Douglas 1A38.
Agar, Dawn 112366, 80.
Agar, Eric 110321.
Agar, Paula 173 14.
Agar, Walter 183 16.
Alvares, Mr. Leo 1F3 10.
Amidon, jay 11233, 54, 55, 60, 61.
Andrus, Susan 173 14.
Andrus, Thomas 183 16.
Anstett, Louise 173 14.
Aragi, Linda 173 14.
Armstrong, jayne 17315, 27.
Ant, Mrs. Grace 1P36.
Arzt, Sharon 1123 49, 50, 53, 82, 84.
Bachetti, Craig 193 18.
Bachetti, Donna 112328, 42, 50, 51,
56, 67, 72, 80, 84.
Bachetti, Gail 173.
Baker, Betsy 110320, 29.
Baker, Carol 173 15.
Ball, Mary Ellen 18316.
Ball, Michael 183 16.
Ball, Mr. Robert 1P3 7.
Ball, Stephen 183 16.
Bangs, Andrew 111322.
Bangs, Stephen 1103 20.
Barnum, Dana 19318, 65.
Barth, Aileen 1113, 22, 68.
Barth, Diane 183 17, 52.
Barth, Richard 1123 1, 28, 60, 61, 80,
Bartlett, Doreen 110320.
Bassett, Albert 111322.
Bassett, Regina 17315.
Bassett, Richard 193 18.
Batacchi, Paul 173 15, 59.
Beckwith, john 19319.
Beckwith, Valerie 173 15.
Benjamin, Denise 111323.
Benjamin, Michelle 193 19, 63.
Benjamin, Robin 18317.
Benway, Michael 173 15.
Berkel, john 183 17.
Berkel, joseph 110321, 41.
Berkel, Marianne 1103 21.
Berkel, Thomas 111323.
Bethel, Danny 18317.
Bethel, David 1123 84.
Bethel, james 183 17.
Birkholz, Gregg 1103 21, 24, 75.
Black, Andrew 173 15.
Black, Virginia 193 19.
Blodgett, james 112365, 80
Boardman, Mrs. Carolann 1F310.
Boardman, Carolyn 112330, 41, 66,
Boardman, Debra 112342, 53, 56, 66,
Boardman, judith 1103 21, 56, 66.
Bock, Mrs. Eleanor 1P3 6.
Boibeaux, Kevin 193 19, 31.
Boibeaux, Shari 17315.
Bosworth, Dale 19319.
Boughton, john 193.
Bourque, Victoria 17315.
Donna Bachetti -- editor-in-chief
Annemarie Eggenberger - executive editor
Elaine Wuori - executive editor
john Schoenfeld - photography editor
jo-Anne Real -- artfmusic editor
Sharon Arzt - AdminfFacfPers editor
Susan Whisenant - activities editor
Bozck, Mr Francis 1F3 10, 61, 65.
Brandt, Mark 111 323.
Brazie, Patricia 112385.
Brazie, Rose 173 14.
Brett, Patricia 111323.
Briggs, Charles 183 17.
Briggs, Sandra 19319.
Brigham, Mrs. Iona 1F3 10,30.
Brolli, Mrs. Marcia 1F3 10.
Brooks, Andrew 173 14.
Brown, David 18317.
Brown, Patricia 173 14. 52.
Brown, Peter 110321, 61, 65.
Brown, Stephen 18317.
Burke, Russell 112392.
Burns, Bruce 19318.
Burns, Carol 173 14,
Burns, julie 193 18.
Bush, joAnn 110321, 63, 66.
Bush, Noreen 112342, 85.
Bush, Wendy 183 17.
Butler, William 110321, 54.
Bynack, Elizabeth 17315.
Bynack, james 1103 21.
Bynack, Michael 111323.
Bynack, Susan 1123 78, 85.
Campbell, Donald 112328, 85.
Campbell, Mr. john 1A3 9.
Campbell, Mrs. Sheilah 1F311.
Candee, Mari 1103 20.
Candee, Richard 19318.
Candee, Thomas 17315,33.
Cappadona, Rosaira173 15, 52.
Care, Brian 1123
Carley, William 111323.
Carlon, Miss Linda 1F311.
Carlson, Gary 110320, 59.
Carlson, Sally 193 18.
Carlson, Wendy 111 323.
Carr, Marion 17315.
Carson, Laura 193 19.
Carson, Terrance 112361, 80, 84.
Carter, Robert 19319.
Cartinelli, Dianne 110320, 62, 75.
Cartinelli, joseph 111323.
Cartin, Holbrooke 111323, 54.
Cary, Margaret 193 19, 66.
Cary, Mary 110320, 66.
Cary, Russell 17315.
Cassidy, Shawn 111323.
Caul, George 19319.
Chamberland, Mr. Raymond 1A3 8.
Chapin, Cathy 112342, 49, 56, 82, 84.
Charest, Miss Dianne 1F3 11.
Chase, Andrea 193 19.
Chase, Christina 111323, 56, 57.
Chase, Theodora 112332, 82, 84.
Choquette, Teresa 1103 21, 41, 56,
Clapp, Kenneth 110321.
Clouser, William 183 16.
Cohen, Mrs, Barbara 1F3 11.
Coles, Mr. john 1P3 7.
Collingwood, james 19319,61, 65.
Connell, Colleen 1103 21.
Connell, Rosemary 18316.
Consolati, Mr. Thomas 1A311.
Cook, George 193 19.
Cook, james 173 15.
Cookson, Mr. Peter 1F3 11.
Coons, Brian 110321, 54.
Cosgriff, james 193 19,
Cote, Mr. Robert 1F310, 11, 30.
Cowen, john 111 323, 65.
Crawford, jane 111322.
Crawford, jeffrey 19319.
Crawford, Lindsey 112371, 80, 84.
Cronk, Richard 18316.
Crosler, Charles 183 16.
Cruikshank, Deborah 111322, 69.
Cruikshank, Sally 111323.
Curtis, Mrs. jean 1P36.
Curtis, Kevin 112359, 84.
Curtis, Willard 112384.
Curtiss, David 18316.
Curtiss, Diana 18317.
Curtiss, Gail 111322.
Curtiss, Lee 183 17, 24, 52.
Curtiss, Robert 19319.
Curtiss, Susan 173 15.
Curtiss, William 110321, 25.
Dapretto, Catherine 111 3 22.
Dapretto, Christine 17314.
Dapretto, Virginia 18317.
Dattel, Clinton 111323.
Davenport, Denise 173 14.
Davis, Charles 183
Davis, Mr. Edgar 1F310, 50, 51.
Davis, Linda 110321,
Davis, Sandra 111323.
Decker, Lee 111 3 23, 51, 66, 70.
DeLand, Brian 111323.
DeLand, Karen 19319,
Dellert, Deborah 1103 21, 56, 63, 66,
Dellert, Sandra 18317.
Delmolino, Holly 112320, 42, 82, 85.
Delmolino, jean 1103
Deming, jonathan 19319.
Deming, LeeAnn 110320.
DeVoss, Roxanne 110320.
Deming, Mark 17317.
Dempsey, David 11232, 61, 85.
Diaz, Patricia 1113
Donelan, Geoffrey 18317.
Doyle, Colleen 193 19, 70.
Doyle, George 111323.
Doyle, Mr. George T. 1A39, 11, 35.
Driscoll, james 18316.
Driscoll, Linda 110356, 63.
Driscoll, Peter 1123 83, 85.
Drumm, Timothy 1123 80, 85.
Duchardt, Mr. Robert 1F3 11, 54, 61.
Dugan, Robert 183 16.
Dunham, Mr. Robert 1F311,31.
Dupont, Kenneth 173 14.
Duryea, Dale 17315.
DuVal1, Richard 19319.
Edelman, David 1103 21, 49, 54,61
Edelman, julianne 112340, 49, 69.
80, 83, 84.
Egerton, Anne 17315.
Egerton, joy 193 19, 31.
Egerton, William 193 19.
Eggenberger, Annemarie 112330,
50, 51, 84.
Eggenberger, Edith 1103 21.
Eggenberger, Walter 173 15.
AURIGAN STAFF - 1973
Ruth Pedersen - sports editor
Nancy Malnati - underclassmen editor
Kathy MacDonald - calendar editor
Debbie Boardman -- index editor
jeff Stover - business manager
Debbie Milligan - sales manager
Susan Bynack -4- materials manager
Eichstedt, Herbert 193 19'
Eichstedt, Paul 17315.
Eline, Helen 18316.
Eline, Mr. Waync1F3l1' 32,
Everidge, Virginia 112353, 56, 84.
Farnham, William 183 17.
Farnum, Gary 110321.
Farnum, Helen 112384.
Farnum, jeffrey 173 15.
Farnum, Karen 17315.
Farnum, Kyle 110321.
Farnum, Sally 193 19.
Farquharson, Sheryl 111323.
Fay, Harry 18317.
Fazzina, Cynthia 193 19.
Fazzina, Patricia 17315.
Fennell, joan 193 19, 49, 63, 70.
Fennell, Mary 173 15,
Fennell, Patrick 110321, 59.
Field, Linda 1103 21.
Fink, Nellie 183 17.
Fink, Timothy 111323.
Finn, Ann 193 19, 68.
Finn, joseph 111323, 61.
Fish, Kenneth 111323.
Fisher, Barrie 17315,59.
Fleming, Kathleen 1103 21.
Fletcher, Deborah 112352, 84
Fletcher, Kathleen 19319.
Frengs, Kathryn 111323, 69.
Friedman, Eric 111 3 3, 23, 26, 65, 70.
Friedman, William 112360, 61, 65,
Frye, Mr. Bernard 1F311.
Funk, David 18317.
Funk, Maree 18317.
Funk, Russell 110321, 61.
Gaarn, Cecelia 18317.
Gaarn, Chris 1123 85.
Garrahan, Miss Marion 1F311.
Gasperini, David 110321, 54.
Gauthier, Mr.Robert1F39, 11, 34.
Gaynor, james 18317.
Germain, Pamela 18317.
Gingras, Collette 1103 21, 63, 66.
Gingras, Peter 173 14.
Glanville, Valerie 111 3 22, 28, 56.
Gleason, Mrs. Grace 1P3 6.
Gleason, Robin 111322, 41.
Goewey, Blanche 18317.
Gower, Betty 183 17.
Gower, Dennis 17314.
Gower, Robert 1103 21, 58, 59.
Gracyk, Stanley 112379, 85.
Granger, Karen 18316.
Grant, Lauren 1123
Green, Virginia 17314.
Greene, Abigail 110320.
Greene, jeremy 173 14.
Griffin, Deborah 17314.
Griffin, Nadine 183 16.
Guerra, Lori 19319, 63.
Guerra, Michael 111322. 54.
Guerra, Teresa 183 16, 52.
Guidi, Cynthia 19319.
Gugino, Mrs. Helen 1P36.
Gulotta, Anthony 17315.
Gulotta, Tina 193 19.
Gulotta, Vincent 173 16, 31, 59.
Gunn, Matthew 19316, 59.
Gunn, Wayne 110320, 65, 75.
Curka, Denise 173 15.
Gurka, Dennis 17315.
Curka, Doreen 193 19, 69, 70.
Haecker, Barbara 1103 20, 56.
Hall, Richard 111322, 54, 55, 65.
Halliday, Mr. Harold 1F3 10, 61.
Hankey, joan 1103
Hankey, john 112378, 85.
Hankey, Karen 18316.
Hankey, Richard 17315,
Hankey, Susan 1123 78, 85.
Hankey, Terry 193 19.
Hanson, Robin 110320, 63.
Harrigan, Michael 1123, 61, 84.
Hastedt, Bruce 183 17-
Hastedt, Keith 110320, 61,
Hastedt, Stephen 112341, 54, 60, 61,
Hatch, Donna 111322.
Hatch, RoseAnn 193 19.
Haupt, Lisa 183 17, 52.
Heath, Susan 19319.
Hebert, Cynthia 183 17.
Helmrich, Mr. George 1A38.
Hennessey, Kevin 111323.
Herlihy, Mr. james 1F3 11, 33.
Hewins, Timothy 18317.
Hewins, Walter 1103
Heyman, Bruce 111323.
Hayman, Eric 19319.
Hayman, Martha 17315, 52.
Higgins, Martha 111323.
Hill, Douglas 17315.
Hill, George 183 17.
Hils, Linda 17315.
Hinkley, Helen 110321.
Hinsch, Miss Dora 1F3 11, 32, 63.
Hitchcock, Mathias 19335.
Hulbert, Constance 17315.
Hutchins, Anita 112353, 84.
Hutchins, john 110321.
Hyatt, Karen 110321, 66.
Hyatt, Keith 183
Impoco, james 110321.
Impoco, Sal 183 16.
Irvine, Dennis 17314.
Ives, Eric 17314.
Ives, Kevin 110321.
Ives, Michelle 112342, 50, 63, 84.
jaouen, Mrs. Patricia 1F3 11.
jenssen, Scott 18316.
jervas, Scott 110321.
johnson, Alphonso 1103 21, 65.
johnson, Samuel 1103 21, 46, 65.
johnston, Laurie 173 14.
jones, Laura 17314.
joyce, Laurie 183 16, 52
judkins, Charles 111323, 26, 54.
Kahlstrom, Edgar 110320.
Kahlstrom, jack 18316.
Keefner, Debra 19319.
Keen, Mr. Richard 1F3 11.
Kellard, Maureen 17315.
Kelley, Mr. joseph 1F311, 32, 77.
Kelly, Brian 112351, 61, 77, 80, 84
Kennedy, Mrs. Anne 1F3 11.
Kickery, Donald 1103 20, 35.
Kirchner, Cathy 112330, 42, 56, 66.
68. 73, 84.
Cathy Kirchner - publicity manager
Brian Kelly - student information
Peter Shuts -- seniors portraits
Susan Turner - secretary
julie Edelman - senior information
Karen Ryder - inclusion coordinator
Mr. Davis - advisor
Kirchner, Peter Q81 16.
Knerr, Deborah Q7115.
Knerr, Suzanne Q8116.
Koldys, Randall Q9119,65.
Koneazny, Mrs. Helen QP1l1.
Koneazny, jean Q1211, 80, 85.
Koneazny, joan Q11123, GS.
Lampman, Mr. Allen QF1 11.
Langenback, Keith Q111
LaRose, Florence Q9119.
LaRose, Linda Q91 19.
Leffingwell, Ronald Q8116.
Leffingwell, Russell Q91 19.
Leining, Kimberlee Q71 15,
Leining, Michael Q91
LeMere, Francis Q91 19.
LeMere, Phyllis Q81 17.
Lemmennan, Richard Q8117.
Leonard, Randy Q71 15.
Lewis, David Q11123.
Lewis, Michael Q9119.
L'Hommedieu, Matthew Q81 17. 33.
Litchfield, Bernard Q7115.
Liebsch, Eleanor Q81 17.
Liebsch, Erika Q11123.
Longdyke, Amy Q11123.
Longdyke, Lucinda Q11188.
Longdyke, Peter Q8117.
Lopez, Marylee Q121
Love, Daniel Q7114.
Love, Marcia Q81 17, 56.
Luccarelli, Miss Toni QF1 12,
MacDonald, Amy Q81 17, 56.
MacDonald, Kathleen Q1212, 42, 56,
62, 63, 66, 67, 85.
MacDonald, Lynn Q8117.
MacDonald, William Q81
MacKenzie, Gail Q10121, 49, 70, 77.
MacNeil, Arthur Q71 14.
Madison, Marybeth Q12182, 85.
Mallory, Peggy Q71 14.
Malnati, Nancy Q12144, 50, 70, 85,
Malnati, Priscilla Q10121,
Maloney, judith Q10121, 49.
Marcel, Paul Q12186.
Marchione, Kathy Q10121, 40, 68.
Markham, julie Q10121, 44, 53, 56,
58, 59, 70.
Martin, Anne Q11128, 78, 89.
Martin, joAnn Q91 19, 63.
Martin, Mrs. Mary QP16.
Martin, Michael Q11122, 34,
Masse, james Q8117.
Massini, Mark Q81 17.
McDonald, Eleanor Q12186.
McDonald, joseph Q81 17.
McDonnell, Robert Q91 19, 35.
McNamara, Patricia Q10121, 56, 63,
Melendez, Phillip Q9119.
Menin, Mr, Paul QF112, 58, 59.
Merola, Annette Ql2186.
Merola, Iris Q8117.
Merola, joseph Q11122, 61.
Mmm, Jill Q10121, 75.
Merritt, Karen Q12159, 81, 86.
Merritt, Loris Q11122,
Merritt, Wade Q91 19, 31, 59.
Michael Mr. Robert QF112, 33,
Cathy Chapin 1
Mary Lee Lopez
Mielke, Charles Q9119, 61,65
Mielke, Paula Q7114.
Miller, Bruce Q91
Miller, Daniel Q121 46, 79, 87.
Miller, Kathy Q7115.
Milligan, Deborah Q12144, 45, 50,
62, 63, 67, 81, 87.
Milligan, Lisa Q101 20.
Milligan, William Q10120, 59.
Mintz, Dennis Q10120, 54, 65.
Mintz, john Q91 19.
Mintz, Patricia Q8117.
Mintz, Wanda Q9119.
Montgomery, Frank Q12187.
Montoux, Susan Q10120, 66.
Moore, Friedrich Q12128, 60, 61, 81,
Moulton, Daniel Q8117,58,59.
Newey, Peter Ql213, 54, 79, 87.
Nilson, Mr. Robert QP17.
Norris, Lindsay Q11122.
Nott, Bruce Q10121.
Nott, Emest Q91 19.
Nott, Gregory Q7115.
Nott, Michael Q10121.
Nourse, Neil Q71 15.
Novicki, Patricia Q11123.
Oakes, Donald Q8117.
Oakes, Larry Q71 15.
O'Brien, Cathy Q111
O'Brien, Lynn Q12149, 87.
O' Brien, Mae Q71 15.
O'Brien, Robert Q9119.
O'Connell, Adrienne Q111
O'Connell, Gwendolynne Q71 14, 52.
Oeky, Mrs. Deborah QF112.
Ohlson, Mr, Michael QF112,65.
Oleen, Mr. Holger QF1 12, 13.
Omisbee, Anita Q7114.
Ostrander, Debra Q81 16, 52.
Ovitt, Hermione Q81 16.
Paget, Morag Q10121, 63.
Palmer, Brian Q81 16.
Palmer, Bruce Q11123.
Patch, jillaine Q12128, 42, 50, 51, 56
Paterson, Ellen Q71 14.
Paterson, john Q91 19.
Patterson, Robert Ql1123,54, 61,65
Peck, Donald Q12186.
Pedersen, Ann Q71 14, 25.
Pedersen, Ellen Q81 16.
Pedersen, Eric Q91 19.
Pedersen, Mrs. Grace QP17.
Pedersen, john Q11123, 50, 61.
Pedersen, Kathy Q8116.
Pedersen, Paul Q12186.
Pedersen, Ruth Q12142, 50, 56, 57,
Pekrul, William Q91 18.
Peron, Mr. john QF1 12.
Peters, Renee Q81 17.
Petersen, Tamar Q71 15,
Petersen, Kevin Q12187.
Petersen, Rebecca Q91
Pettit, Ted Q81 17.
Percy, Robert Q71 15.
Pezee, Miss Patricia QP1 13, 66.
Phillips, Michael Q9118, 61, 65.
it QAURIGAN CONTRIBUTORS
Phillips, Wendy Q71 15,
Phillips, Steven Q11 123, 32, 54, 60,
Phillips, Timothy Q71 15, 31.
Pino, jane Q11123.
Pino, Lynn Q71 15,
Pino, Marlene Q81 17.
Piper, Emilie Q8152.
Piper, Geoffrey Q12140, 42, 44, 45.
54, 73, 82, 87.
Pixley, Alfred Q 10121.
Pixley, Mary Q91 18.
Pixley, Milton Q81 17.
Pizzicherni, Andrenna Q7115.
Pottle, Mr. David QF112.
Pratt, Mark Q10121,
Pratt, Susan Q9118, 70.
Preiss, Mrs. Lillian QF112.
Proper, Darcie Q11123.
Pshenishny, Linda Q8117.
Pshenishny, Gary Q11123.
Race, Brian Q10121, 34.
Race, Richard Q11123.
Race, Thomas Q12187.
Radovik, Mr. Paul QF1 12.
Rahm, Carolyn Q91 18.
Raskind, Mr. Mark QF1 12, 31.
Real, Brian Q12148, 61, 80, 87.
Real, joAnne Q12144, 45, 50, 71, 78,
Reineke, Charles Q71 15, 30.
Rhoades, Mrs. Barbara QF1 12, 29,
Rhoades, David Q8117.
Rhoades, Deborah Q10121.
Rice, Sandra Q81 17.
Rice, Terry Q8116.
Rickus, Miss janet QF1 12.
Riiska, Kim Q11123, 54, 61.
Robins, Clement Q12178.
Robinson, Sheryl Q9118.
Rodgers, Steven Q81 16.
Rokos, Mrs. Muriel QP16.
Rood, David Q12182, 87.
Rood, Georgia Q11122,
Rood, Lisa Q81 16.
Rooney, Mrs. Eleanor QF1 12.
Rooney, Mr. john QP17.
Roots, james Q91 19.
Roots, Pamela Q71 15.
Rosier, Frank Q121 86.
Rossi, Donald Q1l122,54,59.
Rueger, Bruce Q10121.
Rueger, Denise Q7115.
Rutledge, Mrs. Emilie QF113,
Rutledge, Mr. Richard QF112.
Rutstein, Mr. Arthur QF1 12.
Ryder, Charlene Q10121, 26, 56, 63.
Ryder, Karen Q12150, 56, 63, 79, 86.
Salisbury, Craig Q9119.
Salisbury, Diane Q10121, 56.
Salisbury, Donna Q10121, 56, 63.
Saizmann, Keith Q9119,59.
Salzmann, Patricia Q11 122, 30, 49.
Sanford, Thomas Q9119.
Schiffman, Theodore Q12181.
Schoenfeld, john Q12151, 86.
Schoonrnaker, Colleen Q8116, 52.
Seavey, Mr. Wayne QF1 12, 32.
Seiger, Carl Q7114,59.
Seiger, janice Q81 16,
Seigerman, Cathy Q10121,
Sellew, Mr. Welles QF1 12,
Shaw, Randy Q11122, 54, 55, 65.
Shanley, Mary Q71 14.
Shepard, Miss Lynn QF112.
Sheridan. Donna Q7114
Shiminski, Mr. james QA19, 12.
Shiminski, Tania Q81 17.
Shortis, Kathy Q10121.
Peter Q12128, 50, 86.
Sierau, Christine Q10121.
Sierau, Maria Q81 17,
Silk, james Q81 17.
Silk, Steven Q10121, 65.
Silk, Thomas Q10121.
Simanek, Mr. Edward QF139, 47.
Smith Dale Q8117.
Smith, jacklyn Q71 14.
Smith Lorraine Q91 19.
Smith, Paul Q8117.
Smith, Mrs. Phyliss QP16.
Smith, Raymond Q8117.
Smith, Wayne Q11 123.
Soudant, Angel Q7114.
Spigarola, Debra Q91 19.
Stalker, Mary Q81 17.
Stanton, Robert Q10121,
Stevens, Lorraine Q11150, 80, 89.
Stevens, Maryjane Q12163, 87.
Stevens, Sandra Q91 19.
Stevens, William Q81 17.
Stiles, janice Q101
Mrs. janice QF113.
Kimberley Q9119, 29.
Lisa Q81 17.
Stover, jeffrey Q12144, 45, 50, 54, 60.
VanDeusen, Barry Q91 19, 59.
VanDeusen, Dale Q10121, 58, 59
VanDeusen, Mr. Donald QP17.
VanDeusen, Donna Q10121.
VanDeusen, joey Q11123.
VanDeusen, john Q91
VanDeusen, Ronald Q12186.
VanDeusen, William Q91
VanHom, Leslie Q9118.
Varney, Patricia Q11 123, 49, 56, 69
Vermeulen, Lance Q71 15.
Vickerman, Thomas Q10121, 75.
Vosburgh, David Q10175.
Walther, john Q11 122, 41.
Warnet, George Q91 18.
Wartella, Mr. Myron QF1 13, 31, 44,
Watson, David Q11122
Weigle, David Q1l122.
Welch, Mrs. Mary QF1 13.
Wellington, Kathleen Q7115.
Wellington, Lucinda Q91 18.
Whisenant, Susan Q1213, 37, 40, 51,
56, 57, 63, 82, 86.
Whitbeck, Dale Q71 14.
White, Francis Q71 14.
White, Reiner, Q12178, 87.
White. Sheila Q71 15.
White, Tara Q12189.
Wichman, Donna Q81
Wilcox, Sandra Q101 210.
Wilkinson, janet Q8117.
Wilkinson, Scott Q91 18.
Williams, Charmaine Q10121.
Williams, Cynthia Q10120, 26, 68.
61, 71, 83, 87.
Streeter, Mrs. 1nezQP17
Sturchio, Richard Q71 15.
Sullivan, Francis Q12178, 87
Sullivan, Mr. Francis QP16.
Sullivan, Shawn Q71 15, 31.
Sullivan, Thomas Q91 19, 54, 61
Terwilliger, Betsy Q81 16.
Thomson, jared Q12144, 45, 54, 87.
Thorn, Anna Q7115.
Thorn, William Q10121, 59.
Thorpe, Michael Q71 15.
Tolvo, Nicole Q71 15.
Tolvo, Robert Q111
Tompkins, Edward Q9119.
Tompkins, Gordon Q7115.
Touponce, Mark Q111
Trag, Clayton Q91 19, 61.
Trag, Guy Q8116.
Williams, Kimberly Q9118.
bottom, Patricia Q9118.
Witruk, Nicholas Q81 17.
Wright, jennifer Q91 19, 70.
Wright, Lisa Q71 15.
Wright, Owen Q81 17.
Wright, Stephanie Q10120, 56, 66,
Wuori, Elaine Q12142, 51, 66, 67, 68
76. 80, 87.
Wuori, Lucy Ann Q10120, 70.
Wuori, Robert Q91 19, 59.
Wuori, Thomas Q81 17.
Wyman, Melanie Q11122, 26, 30, 56
Wyman, Rene Q12187.
Trag, jeffrey Q11 123, 54, 60, 61.
Trocchi, Mr. Albert QA18, 13.
Tryon, Elizabeth Q12169, 87.
Tryon, Kathie Q11123.
Turner. Ann Q11 123, 30, 41, 52.
Turner, Debra Q12187.
Turner, Michele Q91 19, 68
Zamberletti, Richard Q71 15.
Zamperini, Debra Q8117.
Ziegler, Alan Q91 19, 61.
Ziegler, Fawn Q91 19.
Zinnermon, Carl Q11165.
Zinnermon, Terri Q81 17. 52.
Turner, Susan Q12142, 78, 86.
Twing, Priscilla Q111
Ullrich, George Q12129, 44, 45, 54,
61, 71, 82, se.
Ullrich, John Q11123.
Ullrich, joseph Q11 123, 59.
Ullrich, Mrs. Sabina QP17.
Ullrich, Stephen Q8116.
Vachon, Mrs. Lea QF1 13.
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