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

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Bushnell-Snap Library Sl ' 'W 2 I 257 K M -',- - k X U 0 4 A lkrkv V 1 I Ki QQ if W N A J at J MMM in iz , uiqv, wail Wyw 25 rig? Q Z! , ,. ....,,,,., ..w.,. - 'V M . 9 W I ,MM 1' RA f if KAREN HYATT - EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ROBYN HANSON - EXECUTIVE EDITOR CATHERINE SEICERMAN - EXECUTIVE EDITOR fJlQ'QL.,' saw ,M , ,. Ts, x , ,Qa- AURIGAN, 1975f"501ume pared by members ofthe Senior Regional School, Sheffield, M e to deadline and delivery schedules, this yearbook spans the period of time from February, 1974, to February, 1975. QPICTURED ABOVE: Kevin Rueger, 'Kathy White, Louie Friedman, Amy Wfhisenant,1Billy Litch- field, Carolyn Williams, Doug Blume, in background is Mount Everett Regional School with Classes of '75, ,76, and ,79's over-exuberance on chimneyj 4 T l f 8 6 7 x ff . , ' 4 A U' .1 A Q J N i Q , v . 1 K. 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Q 4 - Build?ng Structures house beyond cemetary. 1 5 - a friend, Marianne Berkel, and house QAlfordD. , 6 - Pine Tree Restaurant CSheffieldQ. 7 - South Egrernonfs second grade school 8 - hay field in Southfield. 9 - Sky Farm with vegetable produce CSheffieldQ. Q0 -Mill River Library. 1 11 -- Pasture off Barnum Street QSheffieldD Q2 - Mr. Kelleyis new Shunpike house CSheffieldD. Q3 - Cooper Hill and Malnatfs farm CSheffieldD. Q4 - The Sun Inside Inn CMontereyD. I Q5 - Sheffield Library. 16 - Old Monterey school. 17 - house with lean CAshley Fallsl. 18- House with high antenna QAshley Fallsl. 19 - new building in Monterey center. 20 - fnot picturedj spaciousness conducive to reasonable types of freedom. 1 I,-if ' 4 I ,uc , wi., N, aft- 'K - ' 7 , z " -, I , ' 1 l . r' v'I:'A52,1r,'-'- - ' , Y ,."'s'5f'1 4-"SQ ' TW ' vi H149 . :'rf-iw' if kjfl'-ffgflzsvfwi I ,1 f is ,,.. ,, ,4 . . , t 'N-g,,,Mx:M ' gm.. all ""',ai, 1.. 'QL Q 'ggi' -4 ,,,.,Y"' 1-l""' if -if VY WM pv,...f+ V M--.wav ., . 1:4 sf ,Wg Y gf 'Ns hugs 5 'N- ,' -.-. -xy, . al, rw' 4' N. Freedom IT'S A -- walking down the halls without a pass. - KP' A - the bell at 2:35. - ML - having your own locker. - DW - being expressed when some dummy writes H767 all over the chimney. - AF - a five minute fire drill during math. - AW - a snow day. - DB - having a senior pass. - having a car or motorcycle in the parking lot Cpicture this page by Brian Goonsg mobility -Gregg Birkholz and Dave Edelmanl. - having no homework - doing anything you want. - MT - having the regular teacher absent and no substitute. - graduation. - copying off some smart kid,s homework. - having the option to not take the bus Cpicture opposite page: Group talking to . Iohn Green on bus - Howie Candee, Nikki Tolvo, Angel Soudant, and Kurt Vermeuleng girls in background - Kathy McDonnell, Kathleen Zink, and Nina Daprettol. F l "Underclassmen's comments are quoted or paraphrased. Initials ar 7 'Viv- used for semi-anonymity on this and following pages. 5 31? ,llz,Xla"" 4 A 1 5,1 , , n , z . -in ' 't . M5., V1 1, 'V L' , .. .4 I uv,-Q: .1-V1-v , ' v I .v , . . x .,, 'iv ' N' Yun .. " 'Mft'fA'.-,, ' -11 x .,X,,,.u.H',. ...QW ,,. 'A p 's'fefu' :,i"-eww - ' vw A f -' KK1 f 'fig 'mo-3. Vu U v f lw.cAQ:u,9 V-1 . v2 ,.1,...,,..X. Pri' - 'A " ' 'vyafggxggsgugg-,at.,1,.A Auf. If . 1 w.mv:f'-fff+ 'Hn Mrvx -- v f Amwxiffg .'v.:.M.iw'.::2f , ' Spare Time IT'S what you have left when you've done everything. - KH an endangered species. what some people have between 8:30 A.M. and 2:35 P.M. what teachers think students have a lot of. what the dummies who wrote 'i76U and i'79,' on the chimney had too much of. what you have too much of while waiting in the lunch line. what you think youill have a lot of after the big research paper is finished. something you can get if you can make yourself sufficiently lazy. getting a locker pass and finding some friends in the corridor fpicture opposite page: Shari Boibeaux, Kathy Pedersen, and Sandy Dellert -time for a chat and a picturej. a necessity when there is a spring day, a shady spot, and thou Cthis page - top: Barbara Haecker, Tom Vickerman, a shady spot, and a spring dayj. getting away from the madding crowd Cthis page - middle: Matt Hitchcock and Sam Iohnson - a wall with leaning room D. what you get if you take a field trip and stop at the Meadows on the way back Cthis page - bottom: National Honor Society members - a break after an apple-picking field tripj. a pasture where a hungry horse named homework is kept. 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' M- an 5 5 Q S Homework urs - what you do during commercials. - MO,C - a scrap paper full of doodles with your name on it. - TG - a way of cutting down on spare time. - JB - another Writer,s cramp. - LG -two four-letter words put together. - IC -leftover school. - - when you have to read a Whole book in one night. - SD -the work you could have done in study hall if your friends hadn,t been having spare time. -taking the easiest way through. - what you do if you can remember which books you have to take home Copposite page: Iunior jim Cosgriff with book-toting groupl. - what you,ve done if you can smile after a homework quiz Cthis page: English II students Cbaek to frontl Owen Wright, Mary Stalker, Celia Gaarn, Tania Shiminski, Dan Moulton, and David Brown, Survive 21 Silas Marner quizj. - something for which students somehow become responsible. tiff 'ff vi 'Qui ,Q 7.11 f wnvg-1 -'1 -- . P- TAY- if FW 'Ei-R Responsibility IT'S e - cleaning your locker at least once a year. - DB - remembering your deodorant for gym. - BG - being ready with a good excuse for not having homework done. - TA - not going to the locker room on a restroom pass. - BG -listening in class so you won't hurt the teacheris feelings. - DW - remembering to take the baseball bats for the baseball team to away games. - what everybody wants to give to everybody else. - being ready for a social studies exam so you donit have to do a "snow jobn Copposite page: Social studies final exam in june, -1974 - freshmen, sophomores, and juniors? - what seniors get, along with major school and activity roles Cpicture this page: Karen Hyatt- Student Council president, yearbook editor-in-chief, National Honor Society member, girls, basketball star, etc. Q. -- making sure that our competitors, especially Lee and Monument Mountain, get their fair share of long rides home. , 4 wah-MW W L 4 .f y -1? . 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"T,-'E' . 1, K! . a .. 795 pak. -54' , . ,E I N.: .4 -if xg P1 Q- ' 5 .ix 5 w I 41 vzfr-.sl---mr-.i-1' le rf-un. 1-. -. - 1- A..-U Competition iris l racing to the typing room to get an electric typewriter. - AC slipping into the front of the lunch line without being noticed much by those people behind or the lunch room supervisor. - LC Watching television with one eye and doing homework with the other. - IC trying to walk up the corridor against a stream of 7th and 8th graders. - VB trying to get a library pass with some fast talking When the Whole study hall have their hands up. - RD keeping 75's from being turned into 76,5 by upstart juniors Who found some paint. trying to hide from the girl football managers While changing up for a football game. - DS putting everything youive got into a knuckle ball Cor whateverj Copposite page: Pitcher Rick Hall- giving it IOQZ D. getting even for a mistake by erasing into the typeWriter's mechanism Qthis page: Robyn Hanson - Woman versus machinej. what our teams can effect pretty well if they apply cooperation to team effort. 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"H ':'Q.ilh,k 3 +4 fm K Cooperation IT'S when your teacher lets you go to your locker for the fifth time. - WM . going to the end of the lunch line. - BG when the substitute teacher believes you when you say, 'iWe leave for lunch at 11: 40 U DZ everyone agreeing with what you want to do. - RP not tearing a confidential note into 50 million pieces and then losing it in the corridor. someone blurting out the right answer when you are called on and donit know. buying a magazine from a sophomore. not tracing a line on your desk until a groove turns up. tripping someone going up the aisle rather than knocking all his books and papers on the floor while he's gone. getting someone in on a homework consultation QPICTURE THIS PAGE: Gregg Birkholz and Dave Edelman - pooling the knowledgej. having your underclassman picture taken for yearbook during your senior year COPPOSITE PAGE: Barbara Haecker, senior, Hcooperatesng portrait by Dave Edelmanj. ., ..,.,,. ,, WM... .... , .. ,.,.,....n-. . Xi if li +- !,,1,.. ,... f Q V 4 5 I , J g W2 'F hal ,,.-- -7 ,V , 1,,,,,,,..,.,,, ,, ,,..-n--- Y"""Y ""Y""""' """""'4 s"W f""' I ,nu-v--.... ...U ,,,.,,.,,......p-....--,Af 2.0 --- -..-an-N uv 4 v,l"1,,t 1 5 Q f Q 5 z l P T 'Q I The People THEY WEAR sharp, short-sleeved shirt, striped flared trousers, wide belt, hiked-in sneakers - excellent pausing clothes - David Brown. good sweater, highlander skirt, knee socks, thick-soled oinkers - suitable for attacking in Qnote threatening fist? - Pat Brown. tapered shirt, flared jeans, tough shoes - good outfit for kicking in - Michele Turner. comfortable long-sleeved shirt with pocket, striped trousers, multi-sport shoes - okay for stopping busses in -- john Beckwith. cable-paneled sweater, pleated woolen skirt, neat hose, platform shoes f right for swinging around volleyball poles - Betsy Terwilliger. gridded shirt, turtle-neck pullover, flared jeans without belt- leaf- flipping-away outfit 4 Rick DuVa'll. plenty-of-room sweater, wide-collared shirt, flared jeans, wear-forever shoes - excellent for freshman wear - Anne Egerton. Vest sweater, semi-rolled up shirt sleeves, commando trousers, easy-going sneakers, helpful crutches - gets you there - john Berkel. Dark, long-sleeved shirt, contrasting tie, smart plaid trousers, wide belt- woodsmanis best - Peter Brown. easy shirt, flared jeans, wide white belt - clearly a studied ensemble - Alice Byrne. 'flaw Ii -' . Q .5 W Dr. Lawrence L. Giandomenico Mr. Thomas Consolati Mr. George I. Helmrich Superintendent Assistant Superintendent for Instruction Business Manager and Treasurer. and Pupil Personnel Services. A i i Dr. Edward Bierman Mr. Raymond Chamberland Mr. Robert Gauthier Mr. James Robinson Supervising Principal Grades Assistant Supervising Princi- Director of Occupational Director of Building and 5-12. pal for Grades 7-12, and Ath- Education for Grades "' Grounds. letic Director. 20 ADMINISTRATION Mt. Everett Gets New Principal After twenty-three years in teacher and principal roles with the local schools and the Southern Berkshire Region- al School District, Mr. Albert J. Trocchi resigned his prin- cipalship last summer 119742 to take a position with the state department of education. Mr. Trocchiis successor, Dr. Edward Bierman, was named by the school committee a few weeks later. After initial observations around the school last fall, Dr. Bier- man began incorporating changes and initiating new ap- proaches. Morning RA. announcement responsibilities were assumed by the student council president, Karen Hyatt, faculty meetings were designed to encourage and orient Hupdatingi' of teaching methods, teacher work- shops were scheduled and released time was provided, and Dr. Bierman assumed the 5-12 curriculum director- ship while Mr. Chamberland, vice-principal, took on the 5-12 discipline task along with other responsibilities. Many other changes are probable for the future. SCHOOL COMMITTEE - 1974-1975 Mrs. Robert A. Pederson - Alford Mr. Richard A. Rawling - Egremont Mrs. Erik H. Haupt - Egremont Mr. Norman B. Seigerman - Monterey Mr. Howard W. Farnkoff - New Marlborough Mr. Coleman P. Nimick - New Marlborough Mr. james T. Collingwood - Sheffield Mr. Donald W. Joyce - Sheffield Mr. Santi Gulotta - Sheffield Mr. john B. Roesler, CHAIRMAN - Sheffield PICTURES THIS PACE: Dr. Bierman at a senior tea with Donna Salis- bury, Roxanne DeVoss, and Keith Hastedtg Mr. Consolati in the new administration building. Mr. Alden Mr. Alvares Miss Archambault Mr. Black Mrs. Boardman Mr. Bozek Mrs. Brigham Mrs. Brolli Mr. Cary Mr. Davis Miss Douglas Mr. Duchardt Mr. Dunham Miss Duryea Mr. Eline Mrs. Fairchild Miss F igueiredo Mr. F ryc Miss Carrahan Mr. Gauthier Mr. Cillooly Mr. Herlihy Miss Hinsch Mrs. jaouen Mr. joseph Mr. Kelley Mrs. Kennedy Mr. Kuzia Miss Luccarelli Mr. Lucy Miss Lussier Mr. Menin Mr. Oleen Mr. Peron Mr. Perry Mr. Pottle Mr. Poulson Mrs. Preiss Mr. Proiette Mr. Raskind Mrs. Rhoades Miss Rickus Mrs. Rooney Mrs. Rutledge Mr. Rutstein Mr. Seavey Mr. Sellew Mr. Simanek Ms. Sparks Mrs. Storti Mrs. Vachon Mr. von Kadich Mrs. Wartella Mr. Wartella Mrs. Welch Mr. Zablonski 22 f.- but' .v X W Y' 'Wil :K f ug, 1 ,A L i 'DM Z . ' A QM. . FACULTY Faculty Is Still Faculty It doesn't matter what changes take place, a faculty is always a faculty. This year we had the usual turnover in faculty - several faces gone and several new faces to remember new names for. As soon as the new ones came in, they picked up the habits of the rest - thinking up things for us to do and learn. Theyill never change. FACULTY - 7-12 Dale L. Alden, AA, BA, remediation and learning disabilities. Leo D. Alvares, BS, language arts 5-8 leader, Gourmet Club adv. Donna M. Archambault, BFA, art. Dale D. Black, BS, business education 9-12. Carolann M. Boardman, language dept. aide. Francis j. Bozek, BS, MA, math, football coach. Iona C. Brigham, BS, home ec. 7-12, senior class adviser. Marcia E. Brolli, BA, English 9-10, sophomore class adviser. I. Scott Cary, BA, occupational education, G's basketball coach. Robert L. A. Cote, BA, MA, languages 5-12. Edgar L. Davis, BA, MEd, English 10-12, sophomore class adviser. Cindy Douglas, BA, journalism. Nancy L. Duryea, AA, physical education aide 5-12. Robert D. Duchardt, BS, MS, science 5-8, head baseball coach. Robert L. Dunham, BS, math 9-12. I. Wayne Eline, BS, MA, science leader, SBTA vice-president. Mary I. Fairchild, BA, home ec. Suzanne Figueiredo, BS, science 5-8. Sharon Fletcher, BS, language arts aide 5-8. Bernard 1. Fryc, BS, social studies leader 5-8, 7th grade adviser. Marion E. Garrahan, BS, MEd, CAGS, language arts 5-8. Robert-M. Gauthier, AB, director-teacher of occupational ed. William A. Gillooly, BA, social studies 5-8, basketball coach. james C. Herlihy, BA, MA, CAGS, social studies leader 9-12. Dora I. I-Iinsch, AA, BS, phys. ed. 5-12, junior class adviser, coach. Patricia A. Iaouen, BA, language arts 5-8, cheerleading adviser. Wa ne joseph, BS, speech and hearing specialist. Richard A. Kuzia, BS, MA, math 5-8. joseph L. Kelley, BA, MEd, biology 9-12. Anne M. Kennedy, AA, BA, social studies 5-8, 8th rade adviser. E. Toni Luccarelli, BS, MS, math 5-12, freshman class adviser. Donald I. Lucy, BBA, math 5-8, football and head basketball coach. ,Kathleen L. Lussier, BS, language arts 5-8. Paul A. Menin, BA, social studies 5-8, wrestling coach. Holger D. Oleen, BS, physics 9-12, business math. Iohn C. Peron, BA, languages leader 5-12. Robert F . Perry, BA, science 7-8, occ. ed. math X sci., x-country coach. Wilmer I-I. Poulson, jr., occupational education 9-12. David W. Pottle, BA, MEd, guidance counselor, junior adviser. Lillian E. Preiss, AB, guidance counselor, CEEB supervisor. Alfred R. Proiette, BS, phys. ed., head football coach. Mark E. Raskind, BS, MEd, math leader 5-12, senior class adviser. Barbara B. Rhoades, BS, language arts leader 9-12, NHS adviser. janet H. Rickus, BS, business education 9-12. Eleanor M. Rooney, BS, MEd, language arts 5-8. Emilie L. Rutledge, BA, MA, MLS, librarian, SBTA president. Arthur D. Rutstein, BA, social studies 9-11. C. Wayne Seavey, BS, phys. ed. leader. Welles H. Sellew, jr., building structures 9-12. Paul G. Shafiroff, EdD, behavioral science 12. Edward L. Simanek, BS, MEd, art 5-12, theatre arts, drama coach. Nancy L. Sparks, BA, langua es 9-12. Ianice L. Storti, BS, MS, English Coccupational ed. J 9-12. Lea S. Vachon, BS, MSSS, school adjustment counselor. john H. von Kadich, German. Agnes Wartella, BM, Music Ed, music 1-6, elementary band. Myron M. Wartella, BS, MM, music 7-12, student council adviser. Mary Alice Welch, BA, MS, langauges 5-12. Alan Zablonski, BS, industrial arts 7-12. -......l. PICTURES THIS PACE - TOP: Mrs. Rutledge, president of the Southern Berkshire Teachers Association. BOTTOM: Dr. Paul Shali- roff, new district school psychologist. 23 Betsy Baker Stephen Bangs Doreen Bartlett joseph Berkel Marianne Berkel Gregg Birkholz Judith Boardman Peter Brown James Bynack Alice Byrne Mari Candee Cary Carlson Paul Carter Polly Cary Kenneth Clapp Brian Coons Linda Cronlc William Curtiss Linda Davis Debby Dellert 24 .i S1 sE'N1oRs Seniors Get There With With seniors it's study, study, study. Well, maybe itls just study. Close one book, open another. Buckle down, grind away at math. Remember when we couldn't do long division? Easy as rolling off A :"'rf2i Leaves a little time to look around while dashing from class to lab and down to the locker room. Try not to run over the 5th and 6th graders, why do they seem to be smaller each year? We do some tutoring, trying to remember all we learned and to pass it on - including a lesson in karate. We've got to shape these little guys up, they'll be seniors some day. BETSY LEE BAKER, 6-12-57, DrvrEd 3, OEA 3. STEPHEN BANCS, 7-27-56, DrvrEd 2. DOREEN M. BARTLETT, 3-15-57, DrvrEd 3, OEA 34 - Pres. 4. JOSEPH ROBERT BERKEL, 5-2-57, Bsktbl 4, DrvrEd 3, HnrRl 23, Prom 3, StdtTtr 4, Yrbk 4. MARIANNE BERKEL, 6-28-57, DrvrEd 3, Bsktbl 3 - mngr, HnrRl 234, Prom 3 - chrmn, StdtTtr 4, Yrbk 4 - Stdtlnfo. CRECC HANSEN BIRKHOLZ, 2-15-57, Band 1234, DrvrEd 3, HnrRl 34, Prom 3, Yrbk 4 - Phtg. IUDITI-I ELEANOR BOARDMAN, 10-21-57, Chrldng 1234 - Capt. 34, Drvr Ed 3, Bsktbl 1234, Prom 3, Sftbl 1234, XmasTea 3, Yrbk. 4. PETER SANBORN BROWN, IR., 9-19-57, Band 1234 - VPres 4, Bsktbl 1234, DrvrEd 3, HnrRl 1234, NatHonSoc 234 - Pres 4, Ftbl 1234 - Capt 4. Yrbk 4. IAMES H. BYNACK, 4-14-57, Band 1, DrvrEd 3. ALICE DIANE BYRNE, 8-13-57: Chrldng 134. MARI GRACE CANDEE, 3-13-56. -CARY CARLSON, 9-11-57, XCntry 123, DrvrEd 3. PAUL STANLEY CARTER, 7-28-57, DrvrEd 3, HnrRl 13, StdtCncl 1, Ftbl 4. DIANNE CARTINELLI, 3-24-57: Clsoff 123 - VPres, DrvrEd 3, FldHky 1234 - CCapt 3, HnrRl 1, Prom'3, StdtAd 1. POLLY P. CARY, 2-3-573 DrvrEd 2, Bsktbl 234 - CCapt 4, Prom 3, Yrbk 4. KENNETH WARREN CLAPP, 9-I-57, Band Mngr 1234, Bsktbl Statcn 1234, CompClb 34 - Mntr 4, DrvrEd 3, HnrRl 123, Prom 3, Yrbk 4. BRIAN I. COONS, 10-16-57, Bsbl 1234 - Capt 3, DrvrEd 3, Prom 3, srdmr 4, Yrbk 4 - Phtg. LINDA CRONK, 2-6-57, DrvrEd 2, HnrRl 234. WILLIAM JOSEPH CURTISS, 6-17-57. LINDA MARIE DAVIS, 3-3-57, Driver's Ed 3. DEBBY LYNN DELLERT, 3-13-57, Band 1234 -Sec 4, DrvrEd 3, FldHky 234 - Capt 4, GBsktbl mngr 2, HnrRl 1234, NatHonSoc 234, Prom 3, Sftbl 123, StdtAdv 3, StdtCncl VPres 4, StdtTtr 2, Yrbk 4. LEE ANN DEMING, 2-18-563 Band 123, DrvrEd 3. ROXANNE LOIS DEVOSS, 8-9-57, DrvrEd 3, Prom 3, Yrbk. 4. PICTURES THIS PACE: Scholar Scott jervasg Mason Whalen and tu- tor Debbie Rhoadesg library proctors: joe Berkel, Keith Hastedt, Brian Coons, Linda Law, Robyn Hanson, Collette Gingras, Pat McNamara, and Linda Driscoll. ooks fn ,,,Q ,f rf 1 0 25 Lee Ann Deming Roxanne DeVoss Linda Driscoll Dave Edelman - Cary F arnum Patrick Fennell Kathleen Fleming Russell Funk David Casperini Collette Cingras Robert Gower Wayne Gunn Barbara Haecker Robyn Hanson Keith Hastedt Walter Hewins Helen Hinkley john Hutchins Karen Hyatt jimmy Impoco 26 53 '14 gl S... Seniors Claim -minus In rganization Seniors come both organized and disorganized. Our 'books and papers are well organized until we stand and trip over the feet of our disorganized neighbor. A commit- tee for a dance is organized until we set the hour for a meeting and find the committee of four going in four dif- ferent directions. With any luck, the "other guyn realizes hels wrong and we finally get organized. After welve ground and meshed our gears, we voice ourselves at any- one and everyone who ought to know how we feel -- like the student council and the school committee. Actually, weld like to make all the decisions, but weire not organ- ized well enough yet, thus, we claim B-. LINDA LOUISE DRISCOLL, 5-15-57, DrvrEd 3, FldHky 1234, BGsktb13, SfrBl 1234, StdtTtr 4. DAVE W. EDELMAN, 2-13-573 Band 12, Bsbl 1234, Bsktbl 1234 - Capt 4, DrvrEd 3, HnrRl 3, Prom 3, StdtCncl 12, Aviation 123 - VPres 23, Yrbk 4 - Phtg, Ftbl 4. GARY M. FARNUM, 5-15-574 Bsbl 3. PATRICK JOSEPH FENNELL, 2-25-57, XCntry 2, DrvrEd 3, Ftbl 34, Wrstlng 34. KATHLEEN FLEMINC, 10-27-575 HnrRl 4, OEA 23, StdtAide 23. RUSSELL FUNK, 1-17-57, DrvrEd 2, StdtAide 4, Ftbl 12. DAVID JOHN CASPERINI, 7-23-57, Bsbl 1, DrvrEd 3. COLLETTE M. GINGRAS, 2-14-57, ClsTreas 12, DrvrEd 2, FldHky 12, GBskblMngr 2, HnrRl 1234, NatHonSoc 234 - Treas 34, Prom 3, Stdt- Adv 4, StdtCncl 3, StdtAide 4, StdtTtr 2, Yrbk 4 - SlsMngr. ROBERT ALLEN GOWER, 3-2-57, Bsktbl 4, XCntry 1234 - Capt 4, DrvrEd 3, Prom 3, Aviation 123 - Pres 23, Yrbk 4. WAYNE MORGAN GUNN, 7-2-57, Bsktbl 1234 - CCapt 4, ClsPres 1234, XCntry 1, ComptrClb 1, StdtFacAdv 4, Governor of Boys' State 3. BARBARA ANITA HAECKER, 2-19-57, DrvrEd 3, GermanClb 2, Judo 1, Prom 3, Sftbl 1234. ROBYN LEE HANSON, 7-14-57g DrvrEd 3, FldHlcy 2, HnrRl 1234, NatHonSoc 234, Prom 3, StdtCncl 3, Stdt Aide 4, StdtTtr 4, SnrPly 34, Yrbk 4 -ExecEd, PhtgEd. KEITH D. HASTEDT, 2-25-57, Bsbl 24, Bsktbl 13, DrvrEd 3, HnrRl 1234, NatHonSoc 234, Prom 3, StdtAdv 4, StdtTtr 234, StdtAide 4, Stdt- FacAdv 4, Wrstlng 4, Ftbl 24. WALTER D. HEWINS, 5-28-56, Bsbl 1. HELEN MARCUERITE HINKLEY, 11-4-57, OEA 3, StdtAiCle 23. JOHN B. I-IUTCHINS, 5-21-57, StdtTtr 2. - KAREN ELIZABETH HYATT, 4-14-57, DrvrEd 3, CermanClb 2, BCsktbl 1234 -- CCapt 4, HnrRl 1234, judo 1, NatHonSoc 234, Prom 3, StdtCnclPres 4, StdtTtr 12, StdtFacAdv 4, Yrbk Editor- in-Chief 4. JIMMY A. IMPOCO, 5-29-57, Bsbl 234, DrvrEd 3, HnrRl 34, Prom 3, Ftbl 4, Yrbk 4. KEVIN ROBERT IVES, 2-4-57, Ftbl 1. SCOTT DAVID JERVAS, 7-19-57, Band 123, DrvrEd 3, HnrRl 123. SAMUEL HENRY JOHNSON, 6-2-57, Bsktbl 1. PICTURES THIS PAGE: Class officers: President Wayne Gunn, Vice- President Julie Markham, Secretary Linda Law, Treasurer Collette Gingrasg Senior Captain: Girls' Basketball - Karen Hyatt and Polly Cary, Cheerleading -Judy Boardman, "Answers Please" team - Gail MacKenzie, Football - Peter Brown, Boys' Basketball- Wayne Gunn and Dave Edelman, Track - Bill Thorn, Field Hockey - Debbie Delert. Kevin Ives Scott jervas Samuel johnson Edgar Kahlstrom Donald Kickery Jenifer Koneazny Linda Law Terry Love Gail MacKenzie Priscilla Malnati julie Markham Teresa Masse Patricia McNamara jill Merritt Ronald Miller Lisa Milligan William Milligan Susan Montoux Marc Nicolai Bruce Nott 28 AC' va- Vw, Seniors Are Potential Journalists Have you ever been asked "Why?"every time you made a statement?Ifso,you might well have been with asenior. We found out a long time ago that the questions are easy but getting the answers is hard, laborious work. It was when we first noticed how teachers were always going around asking a lot of questions and getting answers free and easy. We started imitating them and getting younger kids to do the skull-drudgery. Then, all of a sudden, we were into journalism with what, who, when, where, why, and how. . EDGAR L. KAHLSTROM, 10-14-56, Band 123 - Mngr, DrvrEd 2, Prom 3. DONALD KICKERY, 4-6-57, Band 1234, DrvrEd 3, Hnrfil 3, StdtAide 4, Ftbl 3. IENIFER LYNN KONEAZNY, 10-17-57, DrvrECl 3, Fldflky 234, Judo 1, Prom 3, Sftbl 34 - mngr 2, Yrbk 4. LINDA LOUISE LAW, 8-16-57, Cl5SeC 1234, DrvrEC1 3, F1611-lky 123, HnrRl 1234, Prom 3, sfrbl 12, StdtAide 4, StdtTtr 34, SnrPly 4, Yrbk 4 - IndexEd. TERRY JEAN LOVE, 2-27-57, Band 1234 - Treas 4, DrvrEd 2, HnrR1 1234, StdtAdv 3, StdtCncl 3, SrdrTtr 2. CAIL ANN MACKENZIE, 8-9-57, DrvrEd 3, HnrR1 1234, NatH0nSoC 234, MdrnDnc 2, StdtCnc12, StdtTtr 3. PRISCILLA ANN MALNATI, 11-10-57, Band 1234, DrvrEd 3, Prom 3, Yrbk 4. TERESA MASSE, 5-16-57, Band 1, Chrldng 2, DrvrECl 2, Fldl-lky 1. JULIE ELLEN MARKHAM, 1-22-57, Band 1234 - Rep 12, VPres 3, Pres 4, ClsTreas 1, C1sVPres 4, XCntryMngr 1234, DrvrEd 2, CBsktb1 13, HnrRl 1234, Judo 1, NatHonSoc 234 - VPres 3, Prom 3, Sftbl 1 StdtAdv 23, StdtTtr 2, Yrbk 4. PATRICIA JUNE MCNAMARA, 12-16-57, Chrldng 1234, DrvrEd 3, FldHky 123 - Capt 2, HnrR1 234, Prom 3, sffbl 12, StdtCnclSec 3, StdrAide 4, StdtTtr 34, Yrbk 4, LINDA MARIE MERCER, 11-7-57. JILL MERRITT, 9-8-57, Prom 3. RONALD MILLER, 11-22-56, Bsktbl 4. LISA ANN MILLICAN, 2-23-57, Band 123, Driver's Ed 2, SnrPly 34. WILLIAM THOMAS MILLICAN, 12-26-57, Band 12, XCntry 123. SUSAN E. MONTOUX, 8-11-57, Chrldng 234, DrvrEd 3, GBsktbl 23, HnrRl 1234, Prom 3, Yrbk 4. MARC WANE NICOLAI, 3-12-57, DrvrEd 2, Prom 23, StdtAdv 4 - Regional and state, StdtCovRep 4, StdtFacAdv 4, Yrbk 24. BRUCE W. NOTT, 2-12-55. MICHAEL NOTT, 3-17-57. BRIAN RACE, 3-14-57. DEBORAH URSULA RHOADES, 10-13-57, DrvrEd 3, CermanC1b 34 Sttlflqfr 3. BRUCE S. ROSE, 2-21-57, Prom 3, Football 4, Yrbk 4, 4 1 PICTURE THIS PACE: Yearbook photographers Dave Edelman, Brian Coons, and Gregg Birkholz demonstrating how to hold the camera wrong, ,CW df' Michael Not! Brian Race Deborah Rhoades Bruce Rose Bruce Rueger Charlene Ryder Diane Salisbury Donna Salisbury Cathy Seigerman JoAnn Shmulsky Kathy Shortis Steven Silk Thomas Silk Stephen Smith William Thorn Donna Van Deusen Thomas Vickerman Sandra Wilcox Cynthia WVilliams Stephanie NVright Lucy Ann WVuori as Portraits by TECHNICOLOB STUDIO OF PHOTOGRAPHY, S orlngfield, MA Seniors Are 10023 portsmen There is a sportsman-like way of doing everything. Sup- pose in co-ed football a girl is running down the field with a football, would you tackle her? A senior knows better, that girl is a decoy with a rolled-up brown sweat- er, and you,d better tackle the guy going around the other end. Suppose an eighth grader were up a ladder painting "Class of 1979H on the chimney, would you knock the ladder down? A senior knows how that could spill the paint all over the bricks, and he wouldnit do it. You have to think when you,re a sportsman. l BRUCE FRANCIS RUECER, 4-21-57, Band 1234 - Rep 4, Mngr 4, Bsbl 4, Bsktbl 1234 - MngrfStatcn, DrvrEd 3, HnrRl 1234, NatHonSoc 34, Prom 3, StdtAdv 4, StdtTtr 34, Boyys State 3, Yrbk 4 - BusMngr. CHARLENE CAROL RYDER, 12-28-57, DrvrEd 3, FlClHky 12, HnrRl 1234, Judo 1, ModDnc 1, Prom 3, sfrbl 2 - Mngr, FldHkyMngr 3, Yrbk 4. DIANE SALISBURY, 3-29-57, DrvrEd 2, Band 123, Hr1rRl 12, Sftbl 1. DONNA LILY SALISBURY, 3-29-57, Band 2, DrV1'Ed 3, FlClHky 2, Prom 3, sfrbl 1, StdtTtr 2. CATHY SEICERMAN, 9-26-58, DrvrEd 4, HrlrRl 234, SnrPly 3, Yrbk 4 - ExecEd. JO ANN C. SHMULSKY, 7-24-57, DrvrEd 3, FlClHky 12, GBsktbl 1234, HnrRl1, Prom 3, Sftbl 1. KATHY ANN SHORTIS, 6-23-57, DrVrECl 3. STEVEN SILK, 7-23-56, Bsktbl 12. THOMAS D. SILK, 11-15-57, Bsbl 2, DrVrEd 3. STEVEN SMITH, 9-24-56. WILLIAM HAROLD THORN, 11-12-56, Band 1234, XCl'1try 1234 - CCapt 4, DrvrEd 2, HnrRl 3, Prom 3, Wrstlng 34, Yrbk 4. DONNA LEE VAN DEUSEN, 6-12-57, HnrRl 3, OEA 34 - S6CfVPreS, StdtAide 23, StdtTrr 4. THOMAS JAMES VICKERMAN, 10-20-56, DrvrEd 3, Judo 1, Prom 3. DAVID K. VOSBURCH, 5-22-57. SANDRA WILCOX, 5-25-57, DrvrEd 3, HnrRl 4, Bsktbl 3. CYNTHIA LEE WILLIAMS, 4-5-57, Band 12, Chrldng 4, DrvrEd 3 CBsktbl 23, Prom 3, StdtAide 4, Yrbk 4. STEPHANIE MARIE WRIGHT, 5-15-57, Chrldng 23, ClSTreas 23, DrvrEd 3, CBsktbl 1234, HnrRl 12, Prom 3, Sftbl 12, StdtCncl 4, Stdt- Aide 4, StdtTtr 3, Yrbk 4. LUCYANN IEANNE WUORI, 7-26-57, Xcntfy Mngr 4, Drvr Ed 3, HnrRl 1234, NatHonSoc 234 - VPres 4, Prom 3, StdtAide 234, StdtTtr 234, Yrbk 4 - SnrSecEd. 1 PICTURES THIS PACE: Field Hockey with Jenifer Koneaznyg chess competition with Ken Clapp and Ron Miller, apple-tree climbing with Robyn Hanson QNHS apple-pickingl. -QE-I' if L. an W 3 ii az! 52- 'is 'J' gf v 'If X 47 "5- ,A A-gf 'ff WN -.,s.M 237 .J V. 'iff . - .17 Q-N km f M 5 M. 1 5, L , V U .' 21,11 '52 1 ' Jamal, F ,, hi i 5.1 y Pa Y -6-mg a.. .J x 1 qv. J if qv- S fi ? 5, 1 i L f K- r 2 u 5 'A Y 11 N . f : -. , . '1 ' ' vu -,..,.f ' 11 ,M li ..- ix 5' x ? -- " v 4.,, , x .A -.Rfb V NL' 1 , 3. A ff Q la, 9 - 3 172 4 1 1 -, fix 3 Z1 1 n, , fn X 'F 0 A V 5 : m,f+ w , 'fx ' x ,Q P1125 fx N N .. - 1 Ki ' ' H V AP 'lf' ,g f . N 1? , ., , A, , V Q lblv V fl 4 ' ' f1', L ,I V, Y 'J :gg 2 f asf' ,Q 1 1 wgfary 4. ,.ff1.f'r? . QA ff 35,1 , a W 5, p . J Y I j A Q .5 Q' A 1 'sf fi '4 in 5 ' 11 'i Q72 3 Q 'V ir. "' Q," Q' -- A M Y , A- Q' F2 2 , in 5 -' 5 q M Q 4 'fu ,f X Mr' Q ' 1 ' . , 2, "I If '. f 1 -4 l 3 , 4 'J 5 QI --A " It Q T' V i9' 2 . fu 2 -' ,1: " wgj 1-, ,,x J 'Ei -.,l'.,f ' . -h ,- ' iff?-X' H Qld H lk -. -4V'V 1 aj ' is . 1 x , fs, .9 , '. .z K . '..a'- N1-.,. '4'f.v-3 ",'-J. L 1' 3 P. '.' 1 Q s , '37 ,. ,, E LIS' fi i Z gg J F H5252 13 ' ,'. I". .3 3 H jp. Y .A 1 , V 2 x ' fb L 12 md U 3 6 QB lf' y . if A X IUNIORS Juniors Are ka Almost This year we seniors are blessed with a decent group of juniors. They messed up the chimney Ctheyill get a billy, and they get sort of rowdy sometimes, but they usually don't make too much static. Their chief objective seems to be to con teachers and administrators, thatis okay as long as they donit put their schemes to work on anyone else! OPPOSITE PAGE: TOP ROW: Terri Abbott, Craig Bachetti, Dana Barnum, Cathy Bartow, john Beckwith, Virginia Black, Carole Blume, Kevin Boibeaux, Tina Brandt, Sandy Briggs, Gary Broggi. ROW 2: Bruce Burns, julie Burns, Richard Candee, Sally Carlson, Laura Carson, Margaret Carey, Cathy Castonguay, Andy Chase, jim Collingwood, George Cook, jim Cosgriff. ROW 3: Robert Curtiss, Dave Doelman, Rick DuVall, joy Egerton, William Egerton, Hergert Eichstedt, Cindy Fazzina, joan Fennell, Ann Finn, Kit Fletcher, jane Goldsmith. ROW 4: Lori Guerra, Cindy Guidi, Tina Gulotta, Terry Hankey, Roseanne Hatch, Sue Heath, Eric Heyman, Mathias Hitch- cock, Keith Hyatt, Connie Keefner, Debra Keefner. ROW 5: Randy Koldys, Russell Leffingwell, Mike Leining, Michael Lewis, Jeanne Malnati, Michael Marlotti, JoAnn Martin, Robert McDonnell, Phillip Melendez, Wanda Mintz, Sue Moran. ROW 6: Ernest Nott, Robert O,Brien, Mary-Anne O'Connell, Mark Ostrander, john Paterson, Eric Pedersen, Bill Pekrul, Beckey Peterson, Mike Phillips, Mary Pixley, Susan Pratt. ROW 7: Kimball Robinson, jim Roots, Keith Salzmann, Craig Salisbury, Thomas Sanford, Dave Smith, Lorraine Smith,Deb- bie Spigarolo, Sandy Stevens, Tom Sullivan, jenny Thompson. ROW 8: Clayton Trag, Michele Turner, Barry Van Deusen, john Van Deu- sen, William Van Deusen, Leslie Van Horn, George Warner, John Weinstein, Cindy Wellington, Kim Williams, Pat Winterbottom. BOTTOM ROW: Paul Wolfer, Fawn Ziegler, Don Zigmand. AB- SENT: Richard Bassett, Robert Carter, George Caul, jeffrey Craw- ford, jonathan Deming, Sally Farnum, james Robinson, Kim Storti, Edward Tompkins, Ira Weiss, Scott Wilkinson, Robert Wuori, Alan Ziegler. THIS PAGE - TOP: CLASS OFFICERS: Tina Gulotta -secretary, Pat Winterbottom - treasurer, Rick Duvall - president, Bill Pekrul - vice-president. MIDDLE: john Paterson. BOTTOM: jenny Thompson, Mary-Anne O'Connell, Sandy Briggs, Ann Finn, Tina Gulotta, and last year's juniors, Roxanne DeVoss and Ron Miller. 1 1 :G - 'RFQ' ,. ,l . 7 n x 1, m kg 1 sn up na -AQ. -2, - - fr' I If -. ' X . ?w'ff7'V" .5 :wr , . A '14 1' -- - X ' 'f-. 'f ' N t ,Yjr H uq ' ' Eg Z 'fzo '::"l: ' 1 jhgpul' -Q' - . 1 'zz ?:f5::u ' i' 'lpn tr F4 Q. I , 1""' , ay 1 '1 x C ' A x 3 ,' I '59 fi ',,' V A lr I 55 A Ae22z..w7' A . , N. ff, - . .:-'H'1,rf- ' . .1 "+I fw.'.,' ff,-, , Jw ' Q' V , , , f- ,qc .- ' ff-'Y'fk:'Tdv'V' 1 ' a wif S A 5' z ' " X if 'H 1:-F ga '-R-ar 1 fl -4 X QA IQ' 4 if 34 x umm!-LQ! SOPHOMORES Sophomores Wear Good Sneakers Mount Everett's sophomore class seems to have the ath- letes. In most schools a sophomore on a varsity squad is unusual, but it sure isnlt unusual here. You give a sopho- more a football, and he,ll run four miles to find a foot- ball field to kick it across. If he gets a basketball, he'll dribble it night and day. Give him track shoes and you'll never see him again. Donyt give a sophomore track shoes. OPPOSITE PAGE: TOP ROW: Walter Agar, Tom Andrus, Mary El- len Ball, Diane Barth, John Berkel, John Blume, Chuck Briggs, David Brown, Stephen Brown, James Byrne, Sean claydon. ROW 2: Wil- liam Clouser, Posey Connell, Dick Cronk, Chuck Crosler, David Curtiss, Diana Curtiss, Lee Ann Curtiss, Virginia Dapretto, Sandy Dellert, Rod Dugan, Helen Eline. ROW 3: William Farnham, Nellie Fink, Dave Funk, Maree Funk, Cecelia Gaarn, Pam Germain, Blanche Gowewey, Betty Gower, Nadine Griffin, Teresa Guerra, Matthew Gunn. ROW 4: Karen Hankey, Bruce Hastedt, Lisa Haupt, Tim Hewins, Sal Impoco, Eric Ives, Scott Jenssen, Laurie Joyce, Jack Kahlstrom, Pete Kirchner, Ronald Leffingwell. ROW 5: Rich Lem- merman, Eleanor Liebsch, Marcia Love, Amy MacDonald, Lynn MacDonald, James Masse, Mark Massini, Joe McDonald, Iris Merola, Danny Moulton, Donald Oakes. ROW 6: Debbie O'Donnell, Debra Ostrander, Hermione Ovitt, Brian Palmer, Ellen Pedersen, Kathie Pedersen, Anna Pellegrini, Renee Peters, Ted Pettit, Marlene Pino, Emilie Piper. ROW 7: Linda Pshenishny, David Rhoades, Sandra Rice, Terry Rice, Lisa Rood, Colleen Schoonmaker, Janice Seiger, Tania Shiminski, Maria Sierau, Jim Silk, Christine Smith. ROW 8: Dale Smith, Jaclyn Smith, Mary Stalker, William Stevens, Lisa Storti, Betsy Terwilliger, Jim Tooher, Guy Trag, Janice Twing, Steve Ull- rich, David Watson. BOTTOM ROW: Donna Wichman, Janet Wilk- inson, Owen Wright, Tom Wuori, Debbie Zamperini, Terry Zinner- mon. ABSENT: Charles Davis, James Driscoll, James Gaynor, Nicho- las Witruk. PICTURES THIS PAGE - TOP: CLASS OFFICERS: Peter Kirchner - vice-president, Debbie Zamperini - treasurer, Lee Ann Curtiss - president, Lynn MacDonald - secretary. MIDDLE: Chris Smith. BOTTOM: Sophomore English Class. 4324.4 I 4 -fx 4 , , , xl if 1 'H A , . Q .51 - . A, w 4 ' g A, - i, J .. i 1 555 . ,fu lk , J f' 25 1 X H T4 fl - H I .1 M ff' . X. if r za, G ' , r f I ,. H' -3 D 2 ff. a rgs , , Me 2 36 'ff "' ,M ' Ei , i i n., 'V 2- " I , ,yn 1 ay? Q , K 'S 6 A YhSi4T!. , Q . 6' 1.-I j X I K f 9 I f f gf Q: . 1- J . -- W' ' 'L ff, ffkfl 3 5S,twlj , ' fs- ,"- ' , an "1-' L Q f-4' t , ? .. M...-. -.., M- Q ?Z.fl' .Q1.Qf?Q, f ' .?..t:Kg.:.. '- IVY k, Q Y C. Cha . 4. 1.3 1 L W f -. x n 1 af' X 51 Q , ,.,n', ' 4 L if , U1 v k .51 kwa ?' 7 .,, rg av, ,,. ,, - - , I' ' 'fr-u.4.a Y' a ex Q 6 r -L T 1 ..,lr, -Q ' -4 sf N 'K W. I-gg ff Wx 5-Q ,, 1434 ' --F ' A" ii li wi- ' Jxn ' -3 ll ,L 4V,v 1 " 5 W f if L . . N V , X,E 7 gf" wks! N 3 'K ,- 1 EA W "1 V 'B , Yo U f. 'Q , '-'fi M si b A' V V 3 f v pw, ,Q ','. t A - . fa " , K 5, H 2 1 2 ' ' 5,1-ape-, x 2 5 Qx ' id ::k:.Qi4::::x:gf .vs 5 W: m gig Vg wh 4 -ff f ' '1 5 J V ' G MW F P .ig 'v FRESHMEN T One thing you can say for freshmen is that I they are conspicuous. They didn't invade high school in ones and twos, they came "en Massef' Now they're everywhere - the ' halls, the library, the lunch line, and every other place where they can squeeze in. They never worried about being freshmen, they just took over. We seniors are sure glad we're grad- uating. ilipfl OPPOSITE PAGE: TOP BOW: Paula Agar, Susan Andrus, Louise Anstett, Jayne Armstrong, Linda Aragi, Carol Baker, Margie Bartow, Regina Bassett, Paul Batacchi, Valerie Beckwith, Andrew Black. ROW 2: Shari Boibeaux, Vicki Bourque, RoseAnne Brazie, Peter Broggi, Andrew Brooks, Pat Brown, Carol Burns, Betsy Bynack, Tom Candee, Rose Cappadona, Marion Carr. ROW 3: Mark Carson, Russ Cary, james Cook, Theresa Cronk, Susan Curtiss, Christine Dapretto, Denise Davenport, Mark Deming, Dale Duryea, Anne Egerton, Wal- ter Eggenberger. ROW 4: Paul Eichstedt, jeffrey Farnum, Karen Farnum, Patricia Fazzina, Mary Fennell, Peter Gingras, Edward Goldsmith, Dennis Gower, john Green. Virginia Green,Debbie Grif- fin.ROW 5: Tony Culotta, Vinny Gulotta, Richard Hankey, Linda Hils, Dennis Irvine, Troy Jervas, Laurie Johnston, Laura jones, Bev- erly Keefner, Kim Leining, Randy Leonard. ROW 6: Danny Litch- field, Daniel Love, Arthur MacNeil, Peggy Mallory, Paula Mielke, Cathy Miller, Kathy Miller, Gregory Nott, Neil Nourse, Larry Oakes, Mae O'Brien. ROW 7: Gwen O'Connell, Frank O'Connor, Anita Ormsbee, john Palmer, Ellen Paterson, Ann Pedersen, Robert Percy, Tamar Petersen, Tim Phillips, Lynn Pino, Andrea Pizzichemi. ROW 8: Pamela Roots, Denise Rueger, Mary Shanley, Carl Seiger, Donna Sheridan, jerilyn Smith, Robert Smith, Angel Soudant, Shawn Sulli- van, Anna Thorn, Michael Thorpe. BOTTOM ROW: Nikki Tolvo, Gordon Tompkins, Gilbert Twing, Kathy Wellington, Dale Whitbeck, Francis White, Sheila White, Wayne Wilcox, Greg'Wilson, Mirinda Wheeler, Lisa Wright. THIS PAGE - TOP LEFT: Richard Zamber- letti. ABSENT: Kenneth Dupont, Laura jones. PICTURES THIS PAGE - TOP: CLASS OFFICERS: Tamar Peter- sen - treasurer, Danny Litchfield - president, Rose Cappadona - secretary, Ann Pedersen - vice- president. MIDDLE: Kathy Miller, Louise Anstett, Betsy Bynack, Vinny Gulotta. BOTTOM: Dennis Gower, Debbie Griffin, Kathy Wellington, Nikki Tolvo, Tim Phillips, Anita Ormsbee, Tony Gulotta, Peter Gingras. e 're Everywhere You Look' W.. ,M 14 Ml I w 3 I X V t x ' 4 X .G Lx.. ,, .F x s X A In xg . ' M 1 . f 1 W 'fe K if ff . , sz-:-:-:-.g 1 , , x . AN. I 1 '. .n,. 'Pv- 5? 0- 5 yr 5 if J' 5 M s 9 ,M I X W. 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OPPOSITE PAGE: TOP ROW: Richard Allsop, Daniel Andrus, Cecelia Anson, Irene Anstett, Richard Armstrong, Gail Bachetti, Jane Ball, Brian Barth, Elina Bassett, Peter Batacchi, Alan Becker. ROW 2: Phil Biber, Doug Blume, Richard Boardman, Michelle Boibeaux, Sylvia Brallier, Neal Brandt, Robert Buckley, Betsy Butler, William Bynack, Howie Can- dee, Tim Carson. ROW 3: Jay Cassidy, Karen Champigny, Tracy Chase, Brian Claydon, Rebecca Cook, Nancy Crawford, Richard Cur- tiss, Teresa Decker, Gary Dellert, Joann Driscoll, Laura DuVall. ROW 4: Jennifer Edelman, Sylvia Eggenberger, Deidre Eichstedt, Julia Eline, Randy Farnham, Heidi Farnum, Linda Farrell, Carol Fennell, Lisa Funk, Vicki Garrett, Karen Gillis. ROW 5: Erik Goldr- ing, Patty Gower, Kevin Granger, Monty Green, Teresa Gulotta, Irv- ing Hankey, Robin Hankey, Kris Heath, Art Hebert, Lisa Hils, Billy Hoag. ROW 6: Natalie Hurd, Jim Jamieson, Mike Johnston, Kevin Joyce, Shelley Keefner, Robert Kilmer, Douglas Kimpel, Michael Koldys, Terri Kradel, Bonnie Kuntz, Gretchen Langer. ROW 7: Karen Lindstrom, Marilyn Litchfield, Michael MacDonald, Vincent Malma- ti, Dianne Maloney, Paul Maloney, Thomas Marion, Peter Mc- Donald, Suzanne Merola, John Minnerly, Rose Nash.ROW 8: Roger Newton, Joseph Novicki, Joanne O'Connell, Billy O'Donnell, Anna Ostrander, Ronnie Patterson, Tony Percy, Charles Pickert, Remo Piz- zichemi, Joy Pratt, Scott Reed. ROW 9: Frank Reeves, James Rhoades, Mark Riiska, Melissa Robinson, Kathleen Rossi, Jeffrey Rote, Tony Sadera, Mark Shanley, Eric Schutz, Barry Scism, Brian Shaw. ROW 10: Turner Slocum, Donald Smith, Peter Stalker, Diana Stott, Lisa Tanner, Michele TenBroeck, Warren Thomson, Maureen Tompkins, Joan VanDeusen, Lisa Vorck, Dale Warner. BOTTOM ROW: Peter Weinstein, Amy Whisenant, Kathleen White, Thomas Wilcox, Carolyn Williams, Dawn Wilson, David Wright, Teresa Wright, Richard Wuori, Shelly Zamberletti, Paul Zigmand. THIS PACE - TOP LEFT: Laurie Zink. PICTURES THIS PAGE - TOP: CLASS OFFICERS: Teresa Gulot- ta - secretary, Tracy Chase - treasurer, Phil Biber - president, Billy Hoag - vice-president. MIDDLE: Teresa Gulotta and Amy Whisen- ant. BOTTOM: Barry Scism, Kevin, Granger, Tracy Chase, Turner Slocum, Teresa Gulotta, Tony Sadera. in ix 'r 1 , f X D x' X lf x .Y 'I ' x v- '. W' x -'Q 5 . ' 1 1 W Y f ' ' X x 1 1 1 'T L ' 7 . .nh .A I.. I9 V 4 ,ha Wrflxn . Q QF? 5 a A, if ., - V v YI Mi. , '1 H i -,. 4 W 1.1 1, A' 1 , .fu ' , I ,LX "Y .2-A M fl ' T' 9 ik - , kwin, L ' . H Sig? If '53 'V 4 ,4 ,f ' . 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OPPOSITE PACE: TOP ROW: Michael Abbott, Robin Arnholter, Sue Bachetti, Peter Bailey, Nancy Baker, Kim Beattie, Mark Beattie, Andrew Becker, Dave Bell, Maureen Blume, Cynthia Boardman. ROW 2: Michael Boardman, Douglas Bosworth, Bob Bourque, Ronald Brazie, Bill Briggs, John Broggi, june Butera, Richard Carley, Christine Carlson, Patience Cary, Randy-Lynn Cassidy. ROW 3: Elissa Champigny, Bruce Collingwood, jeff Collingwood, Kelly Consolini, Mary Crine, George Curtiss, Nina Dapretto, Norma Dapretto, Mark DeVoti, James Duryea, Enid Eichstedt. ROW 4: Sebastian Esposito, jean Farnum, Amy Fish, Mike Fleming, Louis Friedman, Brian Gage, Pamela Gauthier, Thomas Gaynor, Michael Germain, Marjorie Gul- otta, Colleen Hastedt. ROW 5: Ken Heath, Michele Hitchcock, Susan Hitchcock, Alicia Hoag, Brian Hyatt, Gary johnson, Cindy Kahls- trom, Tamie Kelsey, Susan Kickery, Linda Kimpel, jessica Konigs- berg. ROW 6: Mickey Kradel, Greg Langer, Cindy Lehmbeck, Dar- rell Lemmerman, Billy Litchfield, jay Lukkarila, Mark Macchi, Mark Makuc, jimmy Mansfield, Marie Massini, Kathy McDonnell. ROW 7: Cathy O,Connor, Katie O,Connor, john Ormsbee, Lorene Ovitt, Bon- nie Palmer, Maurica Paul, Andy Petersen, Paul Petrov, Penney Pettit, Adam Phillips, Agnes Pizzichemi. ROW 8: Thomas Real, Tammy Reed, Doreen Reynolds, Kim Rice, Harold Rood, Theresa Rosier, Kevin Rueger, john Ryan, Shawn Ryder, David Sadera, julie Sali. ROW 9: Laurie Shanley, Laura Shaw, David Sheldon, Ellyn Smith, Nancy Smith, George Stalker, Thomas TenBroeck, Chuck Terry, Myrna Thompson, Elizabeth Thorn, Mark Van Deusen. ROW 10: Cheryl Walther, Linda Welch, james Wellington, Annette Wells, Carolee White, Susan White, Julie Wilcox, Lisa Wilkinson, Robert Witruk, Charles Wyman, Teresa Zamperini. ROW 11: Diane Ziegler, Kathleen Zink, Frances Weinreb. PICTURES THIS PACE - TOP: CLASS OFFICERS: Brian Gage - treasurer, Pam Gauthier - vice-president, Margie Gulotta - secre- tary, Alicia Hoag - president. BOTTOM: Patience Cary, Alicia Hoag, Elissa Champigny, Kim Beattie, Tamie Kelsey: KNEELING: jay Lukkarila and john Ryan. W , - , W" ' 'ffl w so 'f ,J ,W f . ,f Jw a A in ,f , ' f Q - W Q 1 2,5 W if 1 IK' , ' fat. - f W --QQ: Y 1 rf, gp.. 7 f . '17-""f '11 f .L V'-r..:f'.':..w' .79g.:."": - , ,L , ,f .,.., .. .. ,Q ra s."f' a M ..,, ,, vw 41 a'p- J n x wg, ,: . YUM fzlf ' 7 1 1 A- 4. 1 "' PERSONNEL There's Always Someth Getting the hornets, nest down, pulling paper out of the cafeteria radiators to stop the siren effect, getting the non-stop telephone, filing student records, buttering a thousand or so slices of bread, repairing the wall some- one put his shoulder through, checking the temperature of a not-so-wellstudent, writing out late slips, checking out books, taking dictation, getting the parking lot plowed, fixing the furnace again, taking care of the grounds, mailing out warning slips, timing meal prepa- ration so everything will be ready at the right time, fix- ing broken desks, making P.A. announcements - these are a few of the jobs that occupy the custodians, the sec- retaries, the kitchen staff, and the nurses. OPPOSITE PAGE - LEFT: Principal's secretaries - Mrs. Rokus and Mrs. Ullrichg guidance secretary - Mrs. Pedersen, library assist- ant - Mrs. Streeter, information secretary - Mrs. Robinson. TOP - RIGHT: Cafeteria staff- Mrs. Gleason, Mrs. Bock, Mrs, Nott, and Mrs. Curtiss, supervisor. BOTTOM RIGHT: Superintendenfs secre- taries - Mrs. Koneazny and Mrs. Arzt, nurses - Mrs. Gugino and Mrs, Black. BOTTOM LEFT: Custodial staff- Mr. Armstead, Mr. Ball, Mr. Van Deusen, Mr. Coles, Mr. Nilson, Mr. Robinson Cdirector of buildings and groundsj, Mr. Dow, Mr. Lanoue, Mr. Rooney, Mr. Byrne. THIS PAGE: Joey Van Deusen reaches down from the top of the chimney to paint out the accumulation of 75,s, 76's, and 79's. CPhoto by Brian Coonsj ing Else To Do il' gig -. f. r. . . . Mfg, U. 4' i 1- f' -x WC 'J 1,4 A W I -r.gl' "' A-dt. W5 "-f'f4 wc A ,gf f'N xc 1' lv E' f - " fx-Zuni A 4 ,Yr 11 r U55 1' r I 1, u 'L -. , Y. 1 'Z - ww , 7 1.4 '.."'1 if ,TY , EN' x, . X gp.. R N... 5 4 iQux. X-4 L N The Things To Do WRITING cvs" on everything is being analyzed by .psychia- trists and specialized social workers. No one knows what causes it, we only see it in fin- ished form - ,75 - on odd and end things - like the schoolls chimney. On rare occasions we see it actually happen. It always involves a senior, honorary senior, or pseudo - senior. In the sequence at left, Senior Cindy Williams was caught by the camera actually seized by the uncontrollable urge. She was in Mr. Ras- kind's math class when the seizure came, it involved CU asking Karen Hyatt if it ought to be done. ASCO aheadf, said Karen. Hlim going to do it,7' anounced Cindy QZD, but when whe got to the board KSU, she found she couldnit reach the five. Dragging a desk forward MD, she climbed up Q55 just as Mr. Raskind turned on her. HWhat are you doingiy, he asked HPutting a 7 ,in front of the 5.'l HCO to your seatf, he said C75 and thus rescued his five. Cindy pushed the desk back Q85 and started looking around Q92 fora more accessable, unguarded When the seniors finished with' ,75's outside, some monkey-see, monkey-do underclassmen messed the whole school up with their num- bers. Seniors even had to go out HOD and fix the '75 that the juniors turned into a ,76. It is hoped that the psychiatrists will find a cure forothis graffiti urge before the whole school looks like a men's room wall. Q If 4 CURRICULUM Math uilds Geodesics Dome ART has increased the number of courses available to students this year, and there has been student interest in a wider range of materials and techniques than previously. Ceramics has attracted much student atten- tion, and in the eighth grade there has been interest in weaving. The art program is very flexible, and students may choose from a number of dif- ferent individualized programs. Instruction is focused on process rather than product in order to bring out the ufeelingl' side of student artists and to inhibit making the end more important than the means. BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE was taken over by Dr. Shafiroff this year. Through an "interdisciplinary" approach, the group is exposed to psy- chology, sociology, anthropology, and philosophy. This year's class chose 'glearningn for its major focus, and consequently arrangements were made for students to take part in tutoring at Sheffield Center School, Mr. Langer and Mr. Alden supervised. In addition, the class is conducted in terms of students, interests and needs. For small group work, students are allowed to grade themselves. ENGLISH curriculum is presently being buoyed up with the addition of a materials file - into which materials relevant to presently taught English units are being channeled.The file will be especially helpful in enriching individualized instruction involving second semester English IV - when students are given opportunity to frame their own course of instruction to a large extent. To provide more course options, a mini- course, journalism, is to be offered second semester and taught by Miss Douglas. On the middle school level, teachers had several days of work- shop in the fall and have restructured their teaching approaches through smaller language arts class groupings and increased attention to the special needs of individual students. FOREIGN LANGUAGE is involved in the audio-lingual approach to mastery of languages. Stress is placed on practical use of languages as much as possible, and trips are planned to various exotic places for the purpose of exposing students to the living languages. Presently such trips are dependent upon fund-raising activities that can be suitably ef- fected. Much of the departmentis instruction involves individualized or independent study. Four languages, French, German, Spanish, and Lat- in are presently being taught. HOME ECONOMICS has increased its scope and offerings considera- bly this year. Mrs. Brigham's home ec. courses have been complement- ed by Miss Fairchildls Home Management and Family Living courses - both of single semester duration. There are co-ed classes this year in which boys have shown considerable adeptness for handling traditional- ly feminine specialties - such as sewing and cooking. Another room has been added to the home ec. suite and has been designed and reno- vated to be a "family living center." Now, if improvements in schedul- ing can be effected in order to allow more students opportunity to take home ec, the home ec department has much that will appeal to their homemaking instincts. PICTURES ill Band saw work in industrial arts, eighth graders Dale Warner and Michael MacDonald. Q21 Waiting in behavioral science - Ken Clapp, Edgar Kahlstrom, David Vosburgh, Diane Salisbury, Robert O'Brien, Bruce Rose, Marc Nicolai, and Marianne Berkel. Q31 Vocabulary lab in English III. Ml Music class demonstration by Mr. Wartellag students are Brian Gage, Sebastian Esposito, Cindy Kahlstrom, and jean Farnum. 15D Mrs. Brolli with I-Group in Room 21. C63 Miss Luccarelli's math classes' geodesics dome and Sophmore Janice Seiger. ,4- ,v ,Z 5- ..-an -,' 'lv 47 .1-"1-ls I 3--A.. H" " - L- QM 1 '7 , ...Lun- JUN: -9 I XY.. - l.- 'nw' ' 1- 5 -' lil' O D21 g . -.. ..- N- 'inn , JN I "Quinn-4f4.' . CCURRICULUM, CON TINUED1 -Group Has Auction I-GROUP finterdisciplinary1 students have been at work on ten units of instruction which are unified by the theme Hchangef, Each unit in- volves an activity that gets students out of the traditional classroom situ- ation. For example, last fall students earned 343,000.00 of "purple mon- eyi' which they spent at an auction conducted by local auctioneer, Bill Bradford. The purpose of the auction was to illustrate some mechanics and concepts of inflation. INDUSTRIAL ARTS is available to students in grades 7 through 12, and girls as well as boys are enrolled. On the seventh and eighth grade lev- els, students learn woodworking and machine and handtool use. High school level courses range from mechanical drawing through mainte- nance and metal working. This year, shop repair and improvement has been a major project. For next year, plans are being formulated for in- struction in industrial processes. MATH has been having a busy and "constructive, year. Under Miss Luccarelli, members of last year's senior math class, the seventh and eighth grade math classes, and Mr. Simanek's art department built a geodesics dome. By the time school was out last spring, the dome, made of wood and plastic, was essentially finished. As for the department it- self, it has received an NDEA calculator grant this year, and a new - -and faster - computer terminal has been installed. MUSIC found itself inhibited this year by the block scheduling in the middle school, instrumental instruction for seventh grade was eliminat- ed, and 7th and 8th graders have been taking only general music. On the high school level, Music Theory I and II are available. Instrumental in- struction is offered in band Can activity1 and through student instructors. PHYSICAL EDUCATION has attempted to meet individual needs of students by offering a program that allows selection of activities. For 5 through 8 students, there are options of weight-training, wrestling, and volleyball. Nine through 12 classes are co-ed except for basketball. As well as physical fitness, the department is concerned with the overall well-being of each student. SCIENCE, involving biology, chemistry, and physics, has established a strong basic program. Bio-chem and physics courses provide the groundwork for the advanced senior science courses which seriously prepare students for college-level work. On the middle school level, team teaching has been effected utilizing block scheduling. SOCIAL STUDIES on the middle level has an all-revised curriculum which is more activity-oriented and which is utilizing more films. On the high school level, small group work and individualization is being used more extensively. Freshman students this year went on a United Nations trip in the fall, and U.S. History students tjuniors1 took a trip to see Cone with the Wind. PICTURES C71 Composition problem in art - Cathy Castonguay. C81 Typing in- structions - Marianne Berkel. Q91 Math with Mr. Oleen - Lee Curtiss and Linda Pshenishny. 1101 Coed football for juniors and seniors. 1111 Coed football spectator - loan F ennell and foot injury. U21 Sewing with Mrs. Brigham -- Tom Silk and Iudy Boardman. QI31 Bio-chem with Mr. Kelley - Tom Andrus, Charles Crosler, Walter Agar and oth- ers. U41 Small group work in U.S. History - Mr. Rutstein, Mr. Herlihy, and committee. C151 I-group members in an archeological dig. C161 Ceodesics dome going up - john Coster, Miss Luccarelli, and Randy Shaw. U71 The magnifier and Jennifer Edelman. A 4 Fmt .. Z. ,,, W ew af ff! f M-.,,, 4 ,, ,,. -gr, Q, Q .-5 X if-Af T111 -- 'A val-:f L I a M V, , l fd v- -ff- . fy" 4 , ' ff- A r x- v... I I .-A-e"'Qff J, -'4",-.I x . 5 f K. ,. .? ' l - gf.. 1 f 9' fl 1 F-!' -QQ ' af 5 4 N ,qu 3 nl". F ' ILL, .. . - wc ' ' 'ff-vhs.. Q, 32.3 ,l ..- mx frat 1CURRICULUM, CONTINUED1 cc. Ed. ffers Basic Construction OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION has five basic programs under the direction of Mr. Gauthier: academics, business education, building structures, electrical and mechanical maintenance, and work experience. Academics feature English, social studies, math, and science. English and social studies are designed for totally individualized instruction while math and science instruction are more traditional in approach. Business education takes in typing, shorthand, business math, book- keeping, and business orientation. Individualized instruction has been implimented in some areas, and some students get on-the-job experi- ence as student aides at the receptionist station in the foyer. Bookkeep- ing students keep records forthe building structures project, House 49, Building Structures is presently doing the finish work on House 49 on Laurel Lane in Sheffield. Under Mr. Sellew, the work by students is expected to be completed by the end of the school year. A ufeedern course, Basic Construction with Mr. Poulson, should be beneficial to the program in future years. Its purpose is to prepare freshmen in the rudi- ments of carpenter, electrical, and plumbing work - along with fami- liarization of terminology. Electrical and Mechanical Maintenance students, under Mr. Poulson, have been at work on mock-ups learning electrical wiring, plumbing, and finish work. Work experience takes in about thirty students this year. Working under two classifications, general 1no skill prerequisites1 and vocation 1skills required 1, students are holding jobs with local businesses four hours a day. The work includes such jobs as store clerk, waitress, legal secre- tary, Welder, and specialized mechanic. Mr. Gauthier has overall super- vision of the group. 1181 Director-Teacher, Mr. Gauthier. 1191 Business math - Terry Rice and Terry Zinnermon. 1201 Mock-up at Career Ed Center - Tom Can- dee, jim Cook, john Green, and unidentified colleague. 1211 "Family Living Center" renovation - james Masse, Don Kickery, and Scott Ienssen. 1221 Doreen Bartlett and career ed English group. 1231 English teacher, Mrs. Storti. 1241 Fawn Ziegler, Debra Keefner, and others. 1251 Building structures House 49. 1261Mr. Sellew and student carpenters - Bob Curtiss, jonathan Deming, and Russ Leffingwell. 1271 Large open classroom at the Career Education Center - Mr. Gauthier and group. 27 i 1' -fx, ,s ,J 2' L. , .. -t.. t'. 'ff 6' A .J .4 ,v .pew 3' Sh 'f- f-fJ', FK- . . - ,,, .aifq 1" 4, ,.-f gf 1 11 -.a.!k....,-wa.- .3 ., " lf-, - A r '-'r' I v .4 "Af . . , ' fr 'S I ly, ai' 2 if . .M f . ., W-, -A,--q:.g'wg,f1 "1 "-A ,r-.U I - X1 'fy 4f.x,1.e2' ,i K.. P VA ' V, 1,5 K' YF' it I .. V .-I ' ff U 5 lan iw ' fka ...Q ..' iii? k 119 eff' A- 54 in 52 SENIOR PLAY - CLASS OF 1974 Senior Play Has Underclassmen This year, for the first time, Mount Everettls senior play was not made exclusive to seniors. Seniors financed the play, but the cast consisted of seniors, juniors, and soph- omores. Mr. Simanek, play director, has stated that probably casts will be made up of seniors and under- classmen from now on. The play, The Yankee Doodle, was the first musical to be presented at Mount Everett in eight years. Songs made famous by George M. Cohan livened the simple plot of a group of young people trying to put together a Fourth of july celebration. THE YANKEE DOODLE CAST: Duke - Dave Lewis, Mary - Pat Varney, janet - Chris Chase, Gina - Doreen Gurka, Carol - Ann Finn, Cass - Tina Gulot- ta, Arthur - Bill Pekrul, Tom -- Marc Nicolai, Mike - Rick DuVall, Heather - Robyn Hanson, Mrs. Norton - Valerie Glanville, Audrey Stone - Lee Decker, Mr. Hurley - Bob Tolvo, Miss Phillips - Mary-Anne O,- Connell, Waitress - Lisa Milligan. Pianists: Cathy Seigerman and Pat Winterbottom. Piccoloists: Kim Wil- liams and Diane Barth. Stage helpers: Marianne Berkel, Debbie Cruikshank, Kim Williams, and students from the Industrial Arts and art classes. OPPOSITE PAGE - TOP LEFT: George Washington complaining about the army. UPPER MIDDLE LEFT: A greedy wife getting the last words out of her dying husband. LOWER MIDDLE LEFT: Heather as a feather-brained messenger girl, she lost the Declaration of Independence. TOP RIGHT: Mock explosion frightens waitress - KA-BOOM! BOTTOM: The grand finale - songs by George M. Coh- en, on stage are Rick DuVall, Doreen Gurka, Marc Nicolai, Lee Decker, David Lewis, Pat Varney, Ann Finn, Robyn Hanson, Bill Pekrul, and Tina Gulotta. THIS PAGE - TOP: Stuck-up Audrey Stone sings H45 Minutes from Broadway", Duke's sweet mother, Mrs. Norton, Brings Duke his Tiger Milk, Carol listens to and agrees with Audrey, Director Simanek With wife and daughter. BOTTOM: Mary and Duke Quarrel over his going to West Point. Compliments of COOPER HILL FARM j.A. andj Malnati Ashley Falls MA 5 J ,-.no -' a -4 E , l ,M-f"" ,. ""' I I r A ., . a , V1 . A- ' .. I ' A ' . v C' . ,, , . .n.- .,' , .,, I., . - ' 3 I.. X a . v A I x ,, ,f - , . , 1 ' -QM - , , , 4 iq ' '1 , .A 1 ' 4 . 1.2 -I l v , 1 ,I rf' KU.. 1 ' J . . ,V Q ' I i ,' J 'Cv 12 ' 4' -J' J' 1 - 5.1 .av A xv! X ,.' 5 Q .. .1.-:nw rv' .ini Q u A- X- x 'rl .. xv ., N , ' 9 -'- w "', o..'w" ' .. Q.. xii:-. . '-L Y. . . ,. , T- Q.g ' " u, . 5 rd .-in . n tm., - - If-.5 . izsfi , s Ln:- ." i ' w 5 l 4 .mf Y , .I 3x,Q,.v, Z.. C If"!'f4vf ' 5 SHEFFIELD PHARMACY William Silk, jr. Sheffield. M A. 'rwnx 55? I ' 4. 'Pi 1'-.,,, .ATQW 'Q --M 4 ff,-f an " , ,H ,,., , .,,,,. ' ff ' ., . f 'U 'ETX ,gf 3 . ' ,JJ U "ms ull.-uT,. - - se E ' ' " - 1 -I up f ,g..,,.,.. ...f H l 4-3 , -- ' 1--M -K . -,Ffa sfigp- ' " - ,,,' Q ,,..,,, v MT. EVERETT LUMBEB, INC. Lumber - Building Materials - Hardware Sheffield, MA. - -s, .Q ,man .Q 'wit 3' -on I Y A A I 'Si 1 Cheerleaders Get 31,000 00095, Approval Research on the effect of cheerleaders on teams has never been convincingly executed. No one knows pre- cisely what the results of having versus not having cheerleaders are. Consequently, there are numerous divergent views on the subject, but most are positive. Here are a few sophomores, notions: The cheerleaders all have good voices. They don't have horse voices like other cheerleaders from other schools. - DB Cheerleaders give the bench players something to watch if the game is boring or they are bored. It gets the girl closer to the boy she likes on the team too . . . I donit really know why Mount Everett girls are cheerleaders as weive been known for losing, which I hope changes, so they must have real good school spirit or a real bunch of lovers on the teams. - JB Football cheerleaders have it tough, they have to practice with the band and Mr. Wartella. Football cheerleaders, while out on the field, can't allow their joints to get stiff while they have their short skirts and bobby-socks on. Even if it's 200 outside. At a game, they're the ones who need encouragement. Now, the basketball cheerleaders are another thing. Theyive got Gregg and the pep band to help them. But they have to get out on the court and do their little cheers when every- one starts talking to their friends - right after the official blows his whistle. Instead of freezing, these girls get to sweat to death. - HE The idea of cheerleading is to cheer the team on to victory, but at the football games, the cheerleading must have been pretty bad because our team didnyt win once. Maybe it was because the cheerleaders didn't do a good job. Maybe it was because the other teams, cheer- leaders did a better job. Actually it is the cheerleaders who are really competing. - OW To be a cheerleader, you have to have a lot of pep and a loud mouth. You also have to be very supple so you can do all ofthe different jumps. A good cheerleader can liven up the whole game. - BG Cheerleading has its good points as well as its bad ones. To be a cheer- leaderyou have to practice hard and keep in shape to do the jumps and splits. I go to the basketball games and many kids laugh at and boo them, but I give them credit for getting out there on the gym floor and doing their routines. - CG I believe that cheerleaders are under-appreciated by fans and ball- players. Sure, they may cause trouble before the game, but once the game starts, their hearts are in it. I for one am 1,000,000 percent for the cheerleaders and am proud of our squads. - DW OPPOSITE PAGE - TOP - FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: Ka- thy Wellington, Rose Cappadona, Sue Montoux, Michele Turner, Judy Boardman - captain, Angel Soudant, Ann Finn, Nikki Tolvvo, Kim Williams. BOTTOM - BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: Janice Seiger, Linda Law, Shari Boibeaux, Sheila White, Cindy wil- liams, Angel Soudant, Tina Gulotta - co-captain, Rose Cappadona, Nikki Tolvo, Kathy Wellington - co-captain. Absent: Advisers jaouen and Figueiredo. THIS PAGE - 7TH AND 8TH GRADE CHEERLEADERS: QBACK T0 FRONT? Sylvia Brallier, Karen Champigny, Nina Dapretto, Carolyn Williams, Kathleen White, Tam- ie Kelsey, Elissa Champigny, Randy Cassidy, Laura Shaw. Absent: Lisa Hils, Adviser Cindy Williams. DEMPSEY'S GARAGE, INC. GILLIGAN BROS INC PONTIAC - BUICK - GMC Contractors and Builders 42 Bridge Street Shefflc ld MA 01251 Gt. Barrington, MA. 528-2260 229 8196 r 1 .i lila- N -.1 If i , 4 3 Compliments of Cooper Hardware HOLDEN 81 STONE BILL'S PHARMACY, INC THE CANAAN NATIONAL BANK and Art Supply Center OF THE 362 Main St., ' PICTURE FRAMES -ARTIST BERKSHIRES, INC. Ct. Barrington, MA A 56 SUPPLIES Great Barrington, MA 306 Main, Ct, Barrington, MA PROM ee Decker Named L ueen For 'cBreeze,, Our junior-senior prom, "Summer Breezen, was a big job for the Class of 1975. Plans started in December and ideas kept rolling in. By May, Chairman Marianne Berkel and Co-chairman Tom Vickerman and Wayne Gunn knew they would have to get the class working, not just plan- ning. We all remembered the disaster of the two-day set- up from the year before and were determined not to let it happen to us. A week was spent making paper flowers Cwe had thousands? and doing other time-consuming and painstaking jobs. On Saturday, june 1, 1974, Mount Everett's usual proce- dure was followed with couples arriving, passing through the receiving line and into 'the cafeteria. A buffet dinner was served, and during the meal the ballots for prom queen were passed out, marked, collected, and counted. After dinner the couples moved into the gym where Boogity Shoe did a good job of getting the dancing started and keeping it going. At about 11:00 Wayne Gunn and Linda Law stepped onto the stage and made the official announcement of the prom queen balloting: Lee Decker had won on a write-in. OPPOSITE PACE - TOP: julie Markham and Edgar Kahlstrom arriv- ing, receiving line with Barb Haecker, Chuck Mielke, Marianne Berkel Cchairmanl, Linda Law, Dave Peppe, and Mr. Macbeth. MIDDLE: Randy Shaw and Cathy Kirchner with Rick Hall in background, Keith Hastedt, Betty Gower, julie Markham before dinner. BOTTOM: Prom queen and her court: Wendy Segalla, Pat Varney, Queen Lee Decker, joan Koneazny, and Melanie Wyman. PICTURES THIS PAGE - TOP: Sandra Rice, Steve Phillips, Sam Johnson, Lisa Wright. MIDDLE: Buffet line - Jane Pino, john Paterson, and Sue Montoux. BOTTOM: Robin Gleason and john Walthers on the dance floor. AAAHAlNNE i""'i Compliments of 1. GREAT BA ,,.,G,o,, ... COUNTRY CARPETS 21 Railroad St., The Finest in Contem orar and Gt' Barrington' MA P Y Classic Film Entertainment AND G. SERVICE STATION FIRST AGRICULTURAL Gt. Barrington, MA NATIONAL BANK of Berkshire County Gt. Barrington and Sheffield Offices Member F. D. I.C. ,..-4""" .,.---3:,' . 7 1 "' df-"' will 1 2 'J E l llll xi i F F lllll l l ll 1- I- V - Zf- -Q v , n -'T::""fj 123: ,,,,,f4 .,-fl? :--- 11.-:fl - ,, 4- --':,....--- 252. -- 222-11' Q J E I .ff- """' -:-':.-v if-f-'- it K 1 1 1' :13-':..o ..f ' .il wflsl ,UH gf '-1: Q9 Q11 'lu Yin 1..,, urns., 1 kits MILL RIVER STORE J Mill River. MA 58 TACONIC BUILDERS SUPPLY, co. Incorporated Most Everything in Building Materials Ct Barrington, MA 528- 0600 X THE VILLAGE GREEN RESTAURANT On the Green 229-8070 Service to the Community th rough: Agriculture Conservation Youth Fraternalism- UMPACHENE CHANCE ff 269 New Marlborough, MA 'XL ACTIVITIES Yearbook Breaks Ad And Sales Records YEARBOOK - Aurigan, 1975, advised by Mr. Davis, has a staff headed by Editor-in-Chief Karen Hyatt and Executive Editors Robyn Hanson and Cathy Seigerman. The staff is essentially unfamiliar at the outset with publication procedures and demands, but those who have been involved in work before a deadline now know something about the overwhelming number of details that have to be managed before.the publication project is completed. We have had the satisfaction this year of breaking all previous sales and ad solicitation records, especially in- strumental in the latter record were the efforts of Priscilla Malnati and Business Mnager Bruce Rueger. OPPOSITE PAGE - TOP: 1975 Auri- gan staff: Brian Coons - photography, Marianne Berkel - student info, Karen Hyatt - editor-in-chief, Patti McNamara - senior por- traits, Stephanie Wright, Charlene Ryder, jen Koneazny, Linda Law - index, Priscilla Malnati, Bruce Rueger - business manager, Bill Thorn, Polly Cary, Judy Boardman, Debbie Dellert, Cindy Williams, Robyn Hanson - executive editor, Peter Brown, Lucy Wuori - senior section, Collette Gingras - sales manager. Absent: Cathy Seigerman - execu- tive editor, Gregg Birkholz - photography, Dave Edelman - photography. NHS Csee pages 60-611 decided to sing Christmas carols: OPPOSITE PAGE - MIDDLE LEFT: Practice session with Rueger, Dellert, Wuo- ri, MacKenzie, Brown, Hastedt, Markham, O'Connell, Hanson, Mintz, and Gingras. TUTORING has put participants in contact with the needs of younger students. The student tutors work after school helping needy students with their problems in the areas of art, math, language arts, and foreign languages. The results of the program have been favorable in that tu- tored students' marks have improved, and the students themselves have tended to take on more favorable attitudes toward their studies, accord- ing to Mr. Pottle, the adviser. OPPOSITE PAGE - MIDDLE LEFT: Ann Finn, Bruce Rueger, Lucy Wuori, Pam Germain, Mary-Anne O'- Connell, Tania Shiminski, Donna Van Deusen, joAnn Martin, Nadine Griffin, Cindy Williams, Keith Hastedt, Marianne Berkel, and Mr. Pottle. DRIVER'S ED provides Mount Everett students with opportunity to thoroughly learn the principles of driving. The course includes class- room lecturing on parts of a car, car maintenance, car insurance, and car-buying. There are audio-visual films to view and understand, and finally there is the matter of going out to practice driving in the driver's ed car. OPPOSITE PAGE - BOTTOM: First semester Driveris Ed class - Mr. Menin is at far left standing. PICTURE THIS PAGE: Library proctor Linda Law shows a young ward how. WALSH'S SERVICE STATION Best Wishes from Main St., Monterey, MA Gt. Barrington's 528-4257 Only Hometown Bank. BARRINGTON SAVINGS. GREAT. Gt. Barrington 81 Sheffield I'Irv'I7'I-1 ' . f, -,f Vpgaf , , O f f 5 , f f yo .... . 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As a start, it sponsored an apple-picking expedition in October. After the day of climbing trees, eating apples, and talking our chaperones into letting us go out to lunch, we proceeded to polish three bushels of apples. It was all worth while because everyone was happy to be out of school for the afternoon, the apples sold fast, and we made some money for the NHS treasury. With more people involved in NHS this year, new ideas will hopefully be turned into real activities for the group to sponsor. Adviser: Mrs. Rhoades. OPPOSITE PAGE - TOP: Debby Dellert, Lucy Wuori Cvice-presidentj, Bruce Rueger, julie Markham, Wanda Mintz, Karen Hyatt, Peter Brown Cpresidentl, Mrs. Rhoades fadviserl, Mary-Anne O'Connell, Gail MacKenzie, Robyn Hanson Csecretaryl, Keith Hastedt, Collette Cingras Qtreasurerl. STUDENT COUNCIL, this year, had an all-girl membership. The six student advisers to the school board were more evenly divided with three girls and three boys. The student council took over the job of morning announcements this year, a task which had been traditionally handled by the principal. Many meetings were also held with the new principal, Dr. Bierman, to try to solve some of the school's problems in connection with the physical condition of Mount Everett. Besides the usual passing of dance requests and concession stands, the student council again opened the school store. New merchandise was brought in, and things tended to sell very well. For the future, the council hopes to again sponsor the annual yearbook dance. Adviser: Mr. Wartella. OPPOSITE PAGE - BOTTOM: Thomas Sullivan, Andy Chase, Collette Cingras, Lucy Wuori, Keith Hastedt, Bruce Rueger, Karen Hyatt Cpresidentj, Stephanie Wright Csecretaryl, Deb- by Dellert fvice- presidentj, Mary-Anne O'Connell Ctreasurerl, Ann Finn, Ellen Pedersen, Lisa Haupt, Betty Gower, Angel Soudant, Vicky Bourque. Absent: Michele Turner. BOYS' AND GIRLS' SPORTS were offered again to interested boys and girls in the 1974-75 school year. The activity allows participation for fun and does not command commitments in the manner of organ- ized sports. Many students have been taking advantage of this oppor- tunity, and hopefully the gym and other sports facilities will continue to be open to students who wish to use them. Supervisors: Mr. Seavey, Miss Hinsch, and Mr. Prioette. PICTURES THIS PACE - TOP: Dodge ball in Boys' Sports. BOTTOM: Volleyball in Girls' Sports. . ,A ' y ,.. - ,3 '11 ,L ? 'H C u ,fy in . 1,,'j", 5-y-:1f.a2'fZ:,x,i?: fi" ' i.. n 1 ' .',. , .v ,ff L' -1 'f' . .X " E 'hai . Z? . Q N. ,x ' 4 , ,f E25 " , Y' I K E" Y' . 4 1 b'.A'f ' L 1 f ll J'r ,v f v M a ' ' ' My f ,, .a N. ,Aw .f M. 1 1 Qyfis. 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Barrington MA ACTIVITIES CCONTINUEDJ New Advisory Committee Is Formed STUDENT-FACULTY ADVISORY COMMITTEE is a new group which Dr. Bierman formed this year. Its purpose is to review prob- lems which arise at Mount Everett and try to solve them. New varia- tions in the curriculum and activities have been discussed along with the problems of maintenance of the school. Students from grades eight and twelve are involved along with two faculty advisers from each class. OPPOSITE PAGE - TOP - LEFT: Mrs. Brigham C12th adviserj, Wayne Gunn C12thJ, Karen Hyatt C12thJ, Marc Nicolai C12thJ, Mr. Raskind CI2th adviserl, Mrs. Kennedy C8th adviserl, Mr. Menin 18th adviserj, Sylvia Eggenberger Q8thJ, Keith Hastedt C12thD, and Richard Boardman f8thJ. Absent: Kevin Granger C8thD. MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL members learn to handle leadership jobs. Although responsibility is not as great as the high school student council's, Middle School Student Council provides opportunity for younger students to participate in student govern- ment. OPPOSITE PAGE - TOP - RIGHT: Mat Eline, Buddy Chase, Brian Gage, Margie Gulotta, Pam Gauthier, Lisa Hoag, Gretchen Langer, Tracy Chase, Billy Hoag, Teresa Gulotta, Arthur Hebert, Robert Bourque, Philip Biber Cpresidentl, and David Sheldon. BAND at Mount Everett is made up of about ninety students who per- form at concerts, pep rallies, assemblies, Memorial Day and Hallow- een parades, Christmas ceremonies, football games, Pops concerts, and the Music and Art Festival. Officers this year are Julie Markham Qpresidentl, Peter Brown Cvice-presidentj, Deborah Dellert Csecre- taryl, Teresa Love ftreasurerl. Class representatives are Brian Barth C8thJ, Pat Brown C9thJ, Rod Dugan Q10thJ, Jeanne Malnati Qllthl, and Bruce Rueger C12thJ. OPPOSITE PAGE - UPPER MIDDLE: "PH for Pawling, and part of group with Mr. Wartella. LOWER MIDDLE - LEFT: PERCUSSION: Denise Rueger, Jay Cassidy, Richard Lemmerman, Richard Boardman, Jeff Rote, Sal Impoco. LOWER MIDDLE - RIGHT: WOODWINDS - BACK: Ann Pedersen, Vin- cent Malnati, Peter Brown, Amy Whisenant, Terry Love. MIDDLE: Pam Roots, Diane Barth, Jayne Armstrong, Ellen Paterson, Jennifer Edelman. FRONT: Teresa Kradel, Janice Seiger, Lynn Pino, Lori Guerra, Joan Van Deusen. BOTTOM - LEFT: BACK: Teresa Gulot- ta, Jeanne Malnati, David Brown, Bill Thorn, David Wright, Priscilla Malnati, Tracy Chase. MIDDLE: Mary Fennell, Julie Markham, Debbie'Dellert, Ellen Pedersen, Betty Gower, Kathleen White. FRONT: Jack Kahlstrom, Anna Thorn, Shari Boibeaux, Brian Barth, Philip Biber. BOTTOM - RIGHT: BACK: Cynthia Lehmbeck, Mi- chael Kradel, Shawn Ryder, Tom Tenbroeck, Darrell Lemmerman, Jeff Collingwood, Cindy Kahlstrom, Mark Makuc, Michael Board- man. MIDDLE: Margie Gulotta, Kevin Rueger, Jay Lukkarila, Greg Langer, Michele Boibeaux, Alicia Hoag, John Ryan, Kelly Consolini. FRONT: Annette Wells, Pam Gauthier, Sue Kickery, Doreen Rey- nolds, Lorrie Ovitt, Jessica Konigsberg. COMPUTER CLUB, advised by Mr. Raskind, has seven members: Sandra Cassidy, Maureen White, Carol Bachetti, Susan O'Connor, Alice Watson, Pat Lehmbeck, and Livia Esposito. Members learn how to efficiently use the computer. THIS PAGE: Ken Clapp and friend at the older computer terminal. HEALTH SUITE ASSISTANTS help the school nurses, Mrs. Gugino and Mrs. Black, in caring for ill and injured students. THIS PAGE: Lucy Wuori, Rose Hatch, Mrs. Gugino, Mary Pixley, Cindy Guidi. JAMES E. KIMBALL, JR., INC. SHEFFIELD PLASTICS Fuel Oil - Burner Sales 5h9ff1fld MA and Service 34 Rosseter St., Gt. Barrington, MA 528-1410 ...JN ,di Q t V , If H12jll',LEi? g?v'k Q, U ' -4' ,. Mg! 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The most valuable player for varsity was Rick Hall, and most improved was George Cook. SCHEDULE 1974 CVD A16 Lenox 1-15 A18 Lee 5-11 A20 McCann 8- 4 A25 St. Joe CPD 4-11 A26 St. Joe CNAD 11- 2 A29 McCann 5- 4 M 1 Wahconah 7-14 M 7 MonumentMt. 1- 2 M 8 Taconic Hills 9- 4 M14 Lee 18-12 M15 Taconic Hills 7- 2 M17 Lenox 4- 6 M18 St. joe CNA? 13' 0 M21 St. joe QPD 4- 5 M25 McCann 2- 5 M30 Monument Mt 0- 5 'WINS OPPOSITE PACE - TOP: Looking for the signal, Hconnectingf, and covering first - Bob Patterson, Dave Edelman, and Bud Carton. MIDDLE: Coach Duchardt and future coaches, Pitcher Rick Hall covering first, IV infielder, Dave Watson, John Beckwith, BOTTOM: IV team with Coach Bozekg team members: John Beckwith, David Brown, Brian Coons Ccaptainl, Rod Dugan, Geoffrey Donelan, jim Collingwood, Rick DuVall, jim Impoco, Kahlstrom, Pete Kirchner, Ioe McDonald, Dave Smith, Mike Thorpe, Steve Ullrich, Dave Wat- son, Don Zigmand, Rich Candee. VARSITY: Coach Duchardt, Mark Massini, Steve Brown, Dave Edelman, Randy Koldys, john Paterson, Gary Farnum, KNEELINC: Rick Hall, Bob Patterson, Randy Shaw, Mike Guerra, Bud Carton, Kim Riiska, ABSENT: Chuck Judkins and George Cook. PICTURE THIS PAGE: Gary Farnum - junior. Compliments of MAPLEWOOD FABRICS THE COUNTRY BOOKSTORE THE EGREMONT INN Route 7A Open Every Day 10 6 5A Landmark in the Berkshires Ashley Falls, MA 528 3556 South Egremont, MA 01258 229-8767 South Egremont MA i x 4 af. at-fwsfff eflfiflbiiiitiffififlifii fi K - "'v " . 7m.- ' -, : A ag av - "NA v ' ' X w ,i K N wg, 4.1 uf- Q , X . . ,,,, .1- I Compliments of LEADER DEPT. STORE The Friendliest Store in Litchfield County Rt. -1-1. Canaan, CT I 5 5- X 3 l-pa - C. A. LINDELL AND SON, INC. Farm and Industrial Machinery Sales and Service Buildings, M aterials, and Fuel Oil Canaan, CT SOFTBALL uDon,t la Like Girls, At times the teams we play look like they are straight out of Peanuts. A ball gets hit to the infield and with the comedy of errors that ensues, it can turn into a home run. A coach of one team we played became so impa- tient with her girls that she yelled, "Don't play like girls, play like boysli' In another similar game, our JV's set a new record for themselves - with fifty-seven runs. We have, of course, felt like Charlie Brownls team sometimes ourselves, but at those times we were getting practice more than anything else. When we are really serious, we can be tough. I' ' " -' -l SCHEDULE - 1974 UVD QVD A29 Germantown 29- 81' - A30 Germantown - 26-16" M 7 Hudson 57-21" 15-16 M 9 New Lebanon 21- 7a 22-14' M14 Ichabod Crane 20-180 18-40 M15 Monument Mt. 13-19 6-15 M17 Lenox - 27- 8D M17 Monument Mt. 4-17 - M20 Housatonic Valley 18-22 3-32 M21 Lee 16-18 10-15 M29 Chatham - 6-18 M31 Monument Mt. - 8-12 J 3 Taconic Hills - 12-20 J 4 Lenox - 6- 46 J 6 Lee 40-12" 9-14 'WINS OPPOSITE PAGE -TOP: Chris Chase, ready for the pitch, Darcie Proper, on the mound, Barbara Haecker, JV pitcher. MIDDLE LEFT: VARSITY: Mary-Anne O'Connell, Andrea Chase, Doreen Gurka, Sandy Briggs, Connie Keefner, Teresa Guerra, Coach Hinschg KNEELING: Judy Boardman, Lee Decker, Darcie Proper, Chris Chase, Pat Varney, Linda Driscoll, Emilie Piper. RIGHT: Pat Brown, down the baseline. BOTTOM LEFT: JUNIOR VARSITY: Valerie Beckwith, Wanda Mintz, Jennifer Koneazny, Debbie Dellert, Laurie Joyce, Amy MacDonald, Pat Brown, Donna Wichman, Coach Rawl- ingg KNEELING: Kim Williams, Betty Gower, Lisa Haupt, Diane Barth, Ellen Pedersen, ABSENT: Helen Eline. RIGHT: Wanda Mintz, on deck. THIS PAGE: Pat Cand her hath Varney. DOMENIC'S FRUITS AND R. B. FINNEY di SONS, INC. VEGETABLES Building 81 Painting Contractors Fruit Baskets, Cigars and Tobacco Phone 324-7523 or 364-0136 Railroad Plaza, Canaan, CT 824-7531 93 we fi-'QV it wx , X ,L r , as J ss,- ., f , s :V . . st., . t if ' 2 4, 'K AGAPE HOUSE Compliments oi "Where all Teens are Welcome" State Line Package Store 89 Railroad St., Canaan. CT Gt. Barrington, MA -cg? 4-'iuvqfj ,K If? ' ' 'f"' . Jug IP" 3 'X 'f"Q'.lT-gdflna 1 I W. -.1 .4 .fic " 'M 5: . 'A , 0 I L' 'O - . E"4fe ,K 1 . J. .. Q V' E IW D1 G54 54 Q HIC' ' Af. '. I MME5 . 'W' xhwgg , I 4 U ,,,,, vs X br Cf wwf CROSS-COUNTRY Hoosac id Us No Favors One sunny afternoon in October, we hosted Hoosac Valley and ran our cross-country trail with them. We had a 1-5-1 record at that point and were anxious to get our record on an even keel. As it turned out, Hoosac had a few boys who could singe our trail, and that,s what they did. When julie Markham tallied up, we had been "run into the groundi' 43-16, and our 'lV,s lost 40-20. Darnl For the season, we had a 3-13-1 record. f .. Q . .Q-3 SCHEDULE - 1974 Uv S17 Monument Mt. 19-42C 3323 S20 Mt. Greylock 36-21 44-15 S24 Pittsfield 42-15 47-15 S24 Drury 27-28 41-16 S27 Wahconah 24-32 19-37 O 1 Lee 50-15 44-15 O 4 I-,e1'10X 15-43 28'28 O 3 Hoosac 40-20 43-16 O11 Taconic 33-22 39-17 O11 Monument Mt. 15-47 3549 O15 Mt. Greylock 34-21 42-19 O18 Pittsfield 46-17 O18 Drury 21-34 34-21 ' O21 Wahconah 20-35' 023 Lee 40-18 40-18 O28 Taconic 22-33 36-19 O28 Lenox 25-33' 'WINS "TIE OPPOSITE PAGE - LEFT: Philip Biber - in front of the pack. TOP: Bob Gower - making his move against Hoosac Valley, Paul Batacchi - keeping the pace up a hill. MIDDLE: VARSITY: Matt Gunn, Bob Gower, Bill Thorn, Paul Batacchi, Coach Perry, KNEEL- ING: Philip Biber, Tony Gulotta, Vinnie Gulotta. BOTTOM: IU- NIOR VARSITY: Jeff Collingwood, Brian Barth, Dick Wuori, Mike Germain, Mike MacDonald, Bruce Collingwood, Coach Perry, KNEELING: Jim Wellington, Doug Bosworth, Brian Gage, Sebastion Esposito, Peter Bailey, jay Cassidy. THIS PAGE - TOP: Manager julie Markham and new Coach Perry await runners at finish line, jim Collingwood is in background. MIDDLE: Brian Gage scampering down to the finish line to watch varsity colleagues come ing Gulotta across the side-hill. BOTTOM: Spectators cheering runner Philip Biber on. 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The early games had us being over- whelmed by more experienced teams, but the point spreads diminished until the last game with Housatonic when there was none. We were just getting ready to win when the season endedl SCHEDULE - 1974 S21 McCann 6-36 S21 Millbrook 6-46 O 4 Pine Plains 0-23 O12 Pawling 12-20 O19 McCann 22-34 O26 Haldane 8-14 N 2 Dover 13-20 N 9 Housatonic 16-16 MTIE OPPOSITE PACE - TOP: After knocking the ball away from Pawl- ing players Csee page 35, Mike Phillips C405 falls as Peter Brown C705 steps around Phillips and CMIDDLE5 dives on ball, Dave Edelmen C435 kicking off, Steve Brown C115 passing off to Mike Phillips, Dave Watson blocking C35 5. BOTTOM - 1974 TEAM: Mary Pixley Cman- ager5, Assistant Coach Duchardt, joe McDonald, Rod Dugan, Mike Phillips, Carl Seiger, Don Zigmand, Keith Hastedt, Peter Brown Ccap- tain 5, Dave Edelman, Alan Ziegler, Rick DuVall, john Paterson, Steve Brown, Paul Carter, Dave Watson, Assistant Coach Bozek. KNEEL- INC: Coach Proiette, Dave Brown, john Berkel, Pat Fennell, Tom Sullivan, jim Collingwood, Mike Thorpe, Shawn Sullivan, jack Kahls- tirom, Gary Broggi, jim Impoco, Rich Lemmerman, Dave Smith. ABSENTEES: Scott Reed, Assistant Coach Lucy,'Scott jenssen, Paul Wolfer. PICTURES THIS PACE - TOP: Mike Phillips C405 running through the hole with Cary Broggi C335 and Rick DuVall C815 block- ing, MIDDLE: Phillips outrunning opposition, and BOTTOM: con- gratulations after the touchdown - Watson C355, DuVall C815, and Broggi C335. K fi' .. --fr L ,. , ,. V f'---- M-wi 1,3 ,g-Q-'Q ,, , '- V as sf 44" HAMMER PLUMBING SUN INSIDE INN THE CORN CRIB MONTEREY PACKAGE STORE CO., INC. French Cuisine Farm Produce 6: Handicrafts Rt. 28, Monte rc y MA Heating - Sherwin-Williams Route 23 Rt. 7, Sheffield, MA Paint Monterey, MA Great Barrington, MA 'KEGG--A--441-I-L-X115-1: 5 yi: K.'.-.xjh -.vw-,f,g. 'Q ..1O:.5za'-R,.p3.w,4. 1" . l' I ' 'li X, . Qxgfy, 1. -fl." ..'.'. vvw , .' xv- , ,- -e " ' 'S X? " uvss ' R- " Svc' V1 if E' N I wg- Q 1 7 '- 9, :ya . r 'f V f + ' -' 2 "T: " f "a 5 Ib' ' 'KAR h YI:-:fb 1-: H .w.3.'xx. I K- - 1 'N' I i' Q 7 Y 1 A 54 I' I 1 E Ny! ,,,,'A'- 3,18 . IX. - E ' .' I ,Q 4 A .NP- f J Iii i I S. ISN ,.. Musik A-. l Q""' , Q- f-. f- Q .' 1 ff 'QS' TED'S SMOKE SHOP 1 MATTHEW TOMICH THE BERKSHIRE COURIER GREENFIELD'S CARD 8: CIF T Ct. Barrington, MA LANDSCAPING Gt. Barrington, MA Ct. Barrington, MA S. Knob Hill Rd. Ct. Barrington, MA 01230 72 528-0275 .M ' Q .- '16 3. . ,I .V 'Av' 4 1. .1 "Kf.'X5TGi Q2 s 291 4361, .5195 "'N9f'M'S'.aY gr., . 'Y ' .. FIELD HOCKEY Sic ,em, Girls! Everyoneis arch-rival, Lee, came down to our field one day last fall singing, 'iWelre from Leeln We were not really much impressed, and we sicced our girls on them. Everybody ran up and down the field in a stalemate for most of the game. All of a sudden one of those lucky Lee girls clipped the ball into our goal. Then the game end- ed and they went away singing the same monotonous song. Oh well, we beat Pittsfield! ' SCHEDULE - 1974 cjvp W7 S17 Lee S20 Mt. Greylock S24 Chatham S27 B.C.D. O 1 Taconic Hills O 4 Pittsfield O 8 Germantown O15 Mt. Greylock O17 Taconic Hills O23 B.C.D. O24 Icabod Crane O29 Pittsfield O31 Lee 'WINS - .. ... .l OPPOSITE PAGE - TOP: Janet Wilkinson, Jen Koneazny, and a Lee player after the whistleg Sandy Briggs, Betty Gower, and Amy MacDonald defending the Mount Everett goal. UPPER MIDDLE: Lisa Haupt in background, Amy MacDonald on defense, Debby Del- lert, Pat Brown, Amy MacDonald, Sandy Briggs, and DeeDee Carti- nelli heading for the goal. LOWER MIDDLE: Ellen Pedersen on of- fense, Janet Wilkinson, Ellen Pedersen, Jen Koneazny moving for a score. BOTTOM - VARSITY: Coach Hinsch, Manager Jayne Arm- strong, Amy MacDonald, Mary-Anne O,Connell, Lisa Haupt, Dee Dee Cartinelli, Manager Denise Davenport: KNEELING: Pat Brown, Diane Barth, Sandy Briggs, Betty Gower, Debby Dellert, Linda Driscoll, Jen Koneaznyg ABSENT: Jant Wilkinson and Ellen Pedersen. JUNIOR VARSITY: Helen Eline, Donna Wichman, Anna Thorn, Gwen O'Connell, Shari Boibeaux, Andreana Pizzechemi, Re- gina Bassett, Coach Rawlings KNEELING: Sandra Dellert, Denise Rueger, Laurie Johnston, Mary Fennell, Paula Agar, Ann Pedersen, Paula Mielkeg ABSENT: Vicky Bourque, Posey Connell. THIS PAGE: Ellen Pedersen - a race for the ball CJen Koneazny in backgroundl. SHEFFIELD POTTERY WHITTAKERS OLDSMOBILE Route 7 Gt. Barrington, MA Sheffield, MA IRA E. MARKHAM - PAVING GEORGETTE'S BEAUTY SHOP EXCAVATING Mill River. MA Gt. Barrington MA 73 tbyB , K l if ...- . 7 4 J as-,,.,,. fb A -. ll V , S I I BASKETBALL t. Everett Gets Tougher Schedule If you were a lightweight who had been somewhat un- successfully fighting middleweights, would you accept a challenge to fight a bunch of heavyweights? Our basket- ball teams did just that this year in taking on a newly- concocted schedule that put us against larger schools and tougher teams - Pittsfield, Taconic, Hoosac, Drury, Wahconah. Naturally, we had a long season. We have been underdogs so often that we get kinks in the neck whenever we look down. SCHEDULE - 1974-75 D17 Gateway 45-53 55-67 D20 Lenox 44-73 55-78 D23 Gateway 44-35 57-63 D27 Lee 38-67 39-49 D30 Chatham 39-81 69-85 13 St. 1oe 33-81 66-84 110 McCann 28-73 43-49 114 Mt. Greylock 37-50 66-55 117 Monument Mt. 48-70 50-80 121 M cCann 26-45 44-42 124 Lenox 47-51 67-89 128 Drury 33-99 64-98 131 Lee 42-64 57-55 F4 Taconic 55-63 53-68 F7 St. 1oe 39-67 37-89 F11 Hoosac 46-71 68-88 'WINS PICTURE OPPOSITE PAGE: Senior co-captain Wayne Gunn drives past St. 1oe and puts a one-hander toward the basket as Peter Brown 1511 and Dave Edelman Cfar right1 wait for possible rebound. Leaping and reaching over is St. 1oe,s 1ack Quinn C4415 St. 1oe's Mickey Ma- honey C201 had 22 points as Mount Everett lost 37-89. THIS PAGE - TOP: VARSITY: QSTANDING1 Coach Lucy, Randy Koldys, Don Zigmand, Dave Edelman - co-captain, Peter Brown, Bob Gower, Pete McDonald - manager, KKNEELING1 Steve Brown, Clayton Trag, Wayne Gunn - co-captain, 1oe Berkel, Matt Gunn. MIDDLE: 1unior Varsity: QSTANDING1 Coach Gillooly, Danny Litchfield, Frank O,Connor, Carl Seiger, Rod Dugan, Mike Leining, Ron Patterson - manager, QKNEELING1 Mike Thorpe, Dave Watson - captain, 1ohn Berkel, Ricky Boardman, Tony Gulotta. BOTTOM: Seventh and Eighth Grade: KBACK ROW1 1ohn Ormsbee, Brian Hyatt, Billy Litch- field, Bob Bourque, Louis Friedman, Chuck Wyman, Adam Phillips, Paul Maloney, Richard Armstrong, CFRONT ROW1 Ron Patterson, Peter McDonald, 1eff Rote, Gary Dellert, Kevin 1oyce, Ricky Board- man, Paul Zigmand, David Wright, 1ohn Minnerly, Brian Shaw, KKNEELING1 Carl Zigmand - manager. Compliments of WARD'S NURSERY 8: GARDEN CENTER Gt. Barrington, MA 'C-E if' E "mL ,qs- ..W..,.! GIRLS' BASKETBALL Girls Are Showing Us How There was a time when you could go to a girls' basketball game for a few laughs. Not so any more. Girls, basketball has come a long way, and our teams are no exceptions. You can see our girls making smart moves, quick and accurate passes, fast breaks down the floor, and good five-girl plays. Under new coaches, Mr. Cary and Miss Rickus, the varsity won about 3026 of their games - handicapped by lack of height, but the 1V's - led by 55 high-scoring Pat Brown - have subdued opponents about 8021 of the time. SCHEDULE - 1974-75 1IV1 1V1 D6 Monument Mt. 21-17 27-53 D10 Lenox 20-26 26-190 D13 Pittsfield 12-38 12-30 D20 gt, joe 22-15 25-29 13 Taconic 9- 6 24-35 17 I-100530 22-19 34-46 110 Wahconah 28-10 37-30a 114 Lee 17-16 28-51 117 Monument Mt. 22-11 31-38 I 121 Lenox 25-15 28-23a 124 Pittsfield 17-27 30-37 131 gt, joe 22-10 36-32" F4 Taconic 20- 90 23-37 F7 I-100530 30-156 34-59 F11 Wahconah 21-15 33-36 QWINS PICTURES OPPOSITE PAGE - TOP: 1V Laurie 1OtlflStOH: V21fSi1Y,S fouled Karen Hyatt with Margaret Cary and 1udy Boardman, defender Ellen Pedersen, jump-shooting Karen Hyatt. MIDDLE LEFT: Mount Everett trails 22-24 in varsity game as Pittsfield .girl sets to shootg defending are Lisa Haupt, Laurie 1oyce,Polly Cary 114 1, Ellen Pedersen 1101, and Margaret Cary 181. BOTTOM LEFT: Pat Brown and Valerie Beckwith 1261 double-team Pittsfield forward in 1V actiong in back- ground are Amy MacDonald, Laurie 1ohnston 141, and Elizabeth Byn- ack 171. TEAM PICTURES - TOP: Varsity: Coach Cary, Diane Barth, Lisa Haupt, 1udy Boardman, Karen Hyatt- co- captain, Laurie 1oyce, Emilie Piper, Polly Cary - co-captain, Margaret Cary, Ellen Pedersen, Kim Williams, Assistant-coach Rickus. MIDDLE: junior-Varsity: 1STANDING1 Denise Rueger - manager, Denise Davenport- man- ager, Terri Zinnermon, Amy MacDonald, Lisa Wright, Bridget Dough- erty, Valerie Beckwith, 1ennifer Edelman, 1ane Armstong, Gwen O'Connell - manager, 1KNEELING1 Paula Mielke, Sandy Dellert, Vicky Bourque, Pat Brown, Laurie 1ohnston, Betsy Bynack, Anita Ormsbee Susan Andrus BOTTOM 7th and 8th BACK ROW1 , . : : 1 Anna Thorn, Kim Beattie, Marie Massini, Marilyn Litchfield, Tracy Chase, Katie Dougherty, Terry Kradel, Marjorie Gulotta, O'Connor, Karen Champignyg 1FRONT ROW1 Carolee White Cathy Diane Maloney, Kathleen Rossi, Sylvia Eggenberger, Rebecca Cooki Eliza- beth Thorn, Gretchen Langer, Theresa Decker, Alicia Hoag. PAGE: Lisa Haupt. THIS PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. joseph A. Malnati Farshaw 8: Co. Fuller Hardware Co. Richard S. Combes Carrie Leach 28" 77 1 V 'Mfifif-, v-M. fn kk! W , ., Q. 4 .pn :QM f-Q-A WRE STLING Mt. Everett Takes Up Wrestlin In the past, wrestling took place at the club level and there were scrimmages against other schools' clubs. This year, under Mr. Menin, wrestling became a full-fledged sport at Mount Everett with a completely pre-arranged schedule Cthe schedule became somewhat abbreviated during the season when various meets were postponed or cancelled for various reasons D. A good number of bovs are participating and putting themselves through the conditioning required. This vearls captains: Dave Smith and jack Kahlstrom. SCHEDULE - 1975 QSCOREJ I7 Housatonic 24-48 117 Monument Mt. 60-169 F5 Salisbury 24-39 F10 Chatham 20-38 F19 Chatham 30-31 "WIN PICTURES OPPOSITE PAGE - TOP LEFT: 1975 WRESTLING TEAM, BACK ROW: John Beckwith, john Paterson, Patrick Fennell, George Warner, Keith Hastedt, Paul Batacchi, Bruce Hastedt, Bill Thorn, Chuck Briggs. MIDDLE: Coach Perry, Richard Cronk, jeff Collingwood, Dave Smith - co-captain, jim Collingwood, jonathan Weinstein, Richard Lemmerman, Bruce Collingwood, David Brown, Mary-Anne O'Connell - manager. FRONT: Tim Phillips, jim Wel- lington, Kevin Rueger, Gregg Langer, Neal Brandt, Mark Shanley, Dale Warner, jack Kahlstrom - co-captain. ABSENT: Richard Can- dee, Alan Ziegler, Coach Menin, Manager Sandy Briggs. TOP RIGHT: Wrestling fans with varied reactions. MIDDLE LEFT: Chuck Briggs stalks Monument Mountain wrestler. MIDDLE: Coach Menin. MIDDLE RIGHT: Richard Candee after win against Monument Mountain. BOTTOM LEFT: Alan Ziegler puts "crush" on Monument victim. BOTTOM RIGHT: Manager-scorekeepers Briggs and O'Con- nell Cat far end of tablel. THIS PAGE: Bill Thorn wins against Salis- bury wrestler. BROOKS INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 406 Main St. Gt. Barrington, MA 528-0007 - 528-0016 AGWAY, INC. Gt. Barrington, MA W MN'M""f'-np- , 3 ab'-3369? , an F ,gif-wx ,t e A ijtvve, 5,5 C 1? '73-L12 Grill "Jw-'Q' Ziff' "pgs gi39.:j"f?f5. S Lf 2 . lima., in F I Iliff?" 9 62" 5' l Y Q tf in W Congratulations to the Class of '75 STUDENT COUNCIL 9-12 23752 Q- , 'A if R 79 3 f 14' fi-N fu-Q Cs ' 14 AWARDS f CREDITS Sophomore on National Television 1 - WAYNE CUNN, after going to Assumption College as one of Mount Ev- erett's Boys' State representatives, was elected governor of Boys' State. I 2 - PATRICK FENNELL was also a representative to Boys, State at Assumption College 3 - JULIE MARKHAM received the DAR Good Citizen Award forthe sixth dis- trict of Massachusetts and the Bausch and Lomb Sci- ence Award. 4 - BRUCE RUECER went with Wayne Cunn and Patrick Fennell th representative to Boys, State. HIGH HONORS C1974-75 first semester onlyj 5 - seniors JULIE MARKHAM LUCY ANN WUORI KAREN HYATT DEBORAH DELLERT CATHERINE SEICERMAN ROBYN HAN SON BRUCE RUEGER 6 -juniors MICHELE TURNER WANDA M INTZ MARY-ANNE O'CONNELL KEITH SALZMAN N 7 - sophomores CHRISTINE SMITH RICHARD LEMMERMAN DIANE BARTH 8 - freshmen REGINA BASSETT ELLEN PATERSCN DALE WHITBECK ANDREW BLACK VALERIE BECKWITH LOUISE ANSTETT SHEILA WHITE 9-BETSY TERWILLICER sophomore, has .been in a Coca-Cola commercial on na- ' tional television since last summer. I :F--2 it 1' 'WY I - ll 1 ll-' Q1f:f5'f??55f5f7l52,' if-,J 1 9' IIU- A --7 l'X' 51 QR Lx "-10521 if 4:90 1 CALENDAR March 1, 1974: t. E. Beats Monument 61-59 FEBRUARY, 1974 4 QMD Patricia Hearst kidnapped in California by members of the i'Symbionese Liberation Armyf' 5 QTD Basketball at Lee: Varsity loses 54-70, jV's win 55-53. 12 QTD Basketball at St. joe QNAD: V loses 63-77, jV's lose 53-57. 13 QWD Soviet author Alexander Solzhenitsyn deported from USSR. 15 QFD Basketball with St. joe QPD: loses 64-84: -lV's lose 44-69. 17 QSDArmy mechanic lands on White House lawn with stolen helicopter. 19 QTD Basketball at Darrow: V loses 57-65: JV's lose 51-52. 20 QWD Basketball with Gateway: V loses 57-58, jV's lose 47-54. 22 QFD Basketball at McCann: V wins 88-51, jV's lose 30-36. 26 QTD Basketball with Taconic Hills: V wins 68-52, IV's win 51-50. MARCH, 1974 , 1 QFD Mount Everett Varsity defeats Monument Mountain in basketball for first time - 61-59: jV's lose 31-41. "StreakersH incidents turning up on college campuses. 7 QThD Faculty-Varsity basketball game - Varsity wins 61-60. 145 QThD Class of 1975 beats 1974 in basketball tournament final. 18 QM D Arab oil embargo against U.S. lifted. 20 QWD Princess Ann and husband escape kidnapping attempt: four injured in London incident. APRIL, 1974 3 QWD Frances President Georges Pompidou dies. Kidnapped Patricia Hearst decides to stay with Symbionese kidnappers. 4 QThD Hank Aaron ties Babe Ruth's home run record with first swing in first game of season. 8 QM D Hank Aaron breaks Babe Ruthis home run record with 315th homer. 9 QTD Snow storm causes slippery roads and closes schools. 10 QWD Snow storm causes slippery roads and closes schools. 15 QM D Symbionese Liberation members rob bank, Patricia Hearst believed to have been a participant. MAY, 1974 2 QThD Mount Everett Concert Band performs at Mount Everett QPop ConcertD. 9 QThD Newspapers and high officials calling for President Nixon's resignation after reading the Watergate tape transcripts. 15 QWD Three Arab terrorists killed after taking over Israeli high school and holding children as hostages: 25 children killed, 88 wounded. ' 16 QThD Mount Everett drama group performs Yankee Doodle. 17 QFD Final Yankee Doodle performance staged. Five Symbionese members, including leader Donald DeFreeze, killed in fire started by gunfight in Los Angeles. Patricia Hearst still missing. 22 QWD Patricia Hearst charged for various firearms violations and kidnapping: search for the SLA convert continues in California. OPPOSITE PACE - TOP: May 23 - NHS induction with QStandingD Bruce Rueger, Wanda Mintz, Doreen Gurka, joan Koneazny, Pat Varney, Mary-Anne O'Connell, Edith Eggenberger, Tom Berkel, and QseatedD Lee Decker, Robyn Hanson, Deborah Dellert, Karen Hyatt, Peter Brown, Keith Hastedt, LucyAnn Wuori, Collette Gingras, Gail MacKenzie, Abigail Greene, julie Markham. UPPER MIDDLE: May 24 - Yearbook dance featured Ping Pong with Barrie Fisher, music with Dj Clayton Trag, and pizza by Principal Trocchi. LOWER MIDDLE: June 7 - graduation rehearsal and a chance to get a sun- tan QleftD and QrightD graduation usherettes: jean Delmolino, Judy Boardman, Sue Montoux, Abby Greene, Linda Law, Cindy Williams, Karen Hyatt, Stephanie Wright, Charlene Ryder, Marianne Berkel, Jennifer Koneazny. BOTTOM: Graduation with speaker Hal Borland. PICTURE THIS PAGE: january 25 - Monument Mountain players outreach Randy Shaw and go on to beat Mount Everett 64-82, in the next game with Monument, Rick Friedman would sink a long shot in last seconds to win 61-59. 23 QThD SLA leader Donald DeFreeze,s funeral held: over 2000 "mourners" attend. Superintendent Giandomenico delivers address, iiThe Deed Is Everything, the Glory, Naughtf' at NHS induction, eight students join elite group. 24 QFD 1974 yearbooks distributed at yearbook dance. jazz musician Duke Ellington dies at 75. 28 QTD Girls, softball team defeats faculty women 26-4. 31 QFD Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's Troop Disengagement Agreement signed by Israel and Syria. JUNE, 1974 1 QStD Huge explosion in chemical plant causes IA mile long conflagration in England. junior-Senior prom, "Summer Breeze at Mount Everett. 7 QFD Class of 1974 graduates at Mount Everett. Gt. Barrington boy dies in auto accident after graduation Hpartyingi' in Sheffield. 13 QThD Student-faculty softball game at Mount Everett. 14 QFD Final exams for underclassmen begin. President Nixon visits Eygpt, an agreement to supply nuclear plants for peaceful purposes made with Eygpt. 15 QStD President Nixon visits Syria. 16 QSD President Nixon visits Israel. 19 QWD Wayne Gunn named Governor of Boys, State. 20 QThDSchool year ends: summer vacation begins. 28 QFD President Nixon visits the Soviet Union. 30 QSD Martin Luther Kingis mother assassinated in church. JULY, 1974 1 QM D Argentina ruler juan Peron dies. 17 QWD Baseball pitcher of the 1930's, Dizzy Dean, dies at 64. 19 QFD Turks invade Cyprus after Greek officers overthrow government. 24 QWD Decision handed down by Supreme Court that President Nixon must hand over "Watergate, tapes. 27 QStD House judiciary committee votes to impeach President Nixon AUGUST, 1974 8 QThD President Nixon announces resignation as a result of increasing pressures over the Watergate "cover-upu and related matters. 9 QFD Vice President Gerald Ford becomes President of the United States. 20 QTD President Ford nominates Nelson Rockefeller for Vice President. 25 QM D Charles Lindbergh, famous for his 1927 flight across the Atlantic, dies at 72 in Hawaii. 28 QThD Dr. Edward Bierman appointed principal of Mount Everett Regional School. 1 83 y 96 P 2 Y 1 -l A 5513! ft 1 E WSH? 4- ..4x'l"'- , ,Maw 1 W , 5.3 "1 T- aff! funn! PETROLEUM TANK LINES, INC R. W. TRYON CONSTRUCTION CO. Monterey, MA 528-2583 Route 7 Gr. Barrington, MA 84 CCALENDAR, CONTINUEDD SEPTEMBER, 1974 The 1974-75 school year begins. Baseball pitcher Nolan Ryan breaks Bob Feller's official fastball record with a 100.8 mph pitch. 8 CSD President Ford gives ex-President Nixon a full. general pardon for possible role in Watergate affair. Evel Knievel makes Snake River Canyon jump in rock- et-cycleg the rocket fizzles. a parachute deploys, and Evel lands at bottom of canyon. 10 CTD Lou Brock breaks stolen base record with 105th Steal- Karen Hyatt becomes the 1975 Auriganis editor-in- chief. 23 CMD 9000 people believed dead after Hurricane Fefi rakes Honduras. Novelist Jacqueline Susann dies. OCTOBER, 1974 3 CThD Frank Robinson becomes first Negro manager in major league baseball C1975 Cleveland IndiansD. 9 CWD Teachers' workshop in afternoon interrupted by false report of bomb in school 11 CFD 1974 Aurigan receives first place rating from Columbia Scholastic Press Association. 13 CSD TV showman Ed Sull-ivan dies. 21 CMD X-Period day, seniors have tea for Dr. Bierman. 23 CWD Seven children killed and others injured when train backs through intersection in Georgia and hits school bus. 25 CFD Sophomore magazine drive begins. NOVEMBER, 1974 D CTD Election Day: Democrats Win in most political races as a result of Watergate stigma on Republicans. 8 CFD Dr. Bierman discusses 'school arrangement with entire high school student body. 2. CWD 7 CSU 7 13 CWD Coal miners threatening to strike over wages, benefits, and conditions of work. 16 CStD Israel and Syria poised for war again. 17 CSD President Ford visits japan. 19 CTD Chrysler lays off 44,000 workers until jan. 6, as a result of the sluggish market. 20 CWD Teachers' workshop, school out at 12:05 PM. 22 CFD Ford announces 32,000 workers being laid off, Ameri- can Motors will lay 8,000. Workers in businesses asso- ciated with automobiles being laid off. 30 CStD Congressman Wilbur Mills appears on stage with the i'Tidal Basin Bombshellfi Fanne Foxe, in Boston. DECEMBER, 1974 1 CSD Ninety-two persons die in Boeing 727 jetliner crash near Upperville, Virginia. 2 CMD Pioneer XI swings by Jupiter at 107,000 mph, 26,000 miles above surface. 18 CWD School out for Christmas vacation at 2:35 P.M. 19 CThD Nelson Rockefeller becomes Vice-President of the U.S. Two-day teachers, workshop begins. 25 CWD Darwin, Australia, destroyed by Cyclone. 27 C-FD Comedian jack Benny dies of cancer at age 80. JANUARY, 1975 1 CWD H.R. Haldeman, john Ehrlichman, and john Mitchell found guility of various charges in Watergate coverup trial. 8 CWD Mount Everett sends team to 'iAnswers, Pleaseng team loses to Rensselaer 80-440. 13 M School out at 12:05 due to snowstorm. THE CLOTHES LOFT Quality Fashion Outlet 13 Main St., Gt. Barrington, MA Wig 14 , CTD No Schoolg bad roads in the hills in spite of sunny day. 19 CSD Artist Thomas Hart Benton dies at age 85. ,20 CM D Unemployment stands at about 8.292 nation-wide. FEBRUARY, 1975 1 CStD Cash rebates Cup to S500.00D being offered on new cars in order to cure sluggish market. 5 CWD Snowstorm, school out at 12:30 P.M. 14 CFD Final yearbook deadline, Yearbook Consultant Don Lendry gets last of 1975 Aurigan material. February vacation begins. PICTURES OPPOSITE PAGE -- TOP: Fall, 1974 - In the midst of math, time out to record results of student-initiated dress-up day. FRONT: Mr. Raskind, Richard Candee, Sally Carlson, Susan Pratt, Lorraine Smith, jim Roots, Michele Turner, Kim Williams, Tina Gulottag REAR: Ann Finn, Mary-Anne OiConnell, Jeanne Malnati, Bill Pekrul, Pat Winterbottom, Wanda Mintz. MIDDLE LEFT: Fall, 1974 - Mr. Lucy's junior high football team had a rough sea- son and won no games, but they got a lot of experience in football. MIDDLE RIGHT: Ian. 8, 1975 - Mount Everett team CCatherine Seigerman - captain, Lucy Ann Wuori, julie Markham, Peter BrownD competes against Rensselaer on Channel 6's "Answers, Please", Mount Everett lost 80-440. BOTTOM LEFT: jan. 1975 - Farewell cake being cut by Miss Luccarelli on her last day at Mount Everettg among well-wishers were Cnext pictureD judy Boardman, Sue Montoux, Polly Cary, and Gregg Birkholz. BOTTOM RIGHT: jan. 1975 - Margaret Cary catches pass and drives by Monument Mountain defenderg Ellen Pedersen is second from left. THIS PACE - TOP: Football manager Mary Pixley serves up water during time- out, Pawling game. BOTTOM: Oct. 1975 - Debbie Dellert Cleaning against lamp-postD poses with friends CPeter Brown, Michele Turn- er, Cindy Williams, and Sue MontouxD and "75" master-project. INDIVIDUAL LAUNDRY School Street Gt. Barrington, MA 85 60. 62 INDEX JN. 1 7.1.5 I tw . .,, . x M YI' gjjfffw f f f S-1 86 1A 7 administration 1F7 faculty 1G7 graduate 1P7 school personnel 1'1'7transI'er 112712thgradt -.., etc. fkl7171l11,BllL'11ill'l 17740 Ahbott,'l'erri 111732 Administration, 20-21 Agar, Paula 19736, 72 Agar, Walter 110734, 48 Alden, Mr. Dale L. 11f7 22 Allsop, Richard 18738 Alxares, Mr. Leo D. 1F722 Amstead, Mr. Bruce 1P742 Andrus, Daniel 18738 Andrus, Susan 19736, 76 Andrus, Thomas 110734, 48 Anson, Cecelia 18738 vAnstett,1rene18738 -Anstett, Louise 1973637 80 Aragi, Linda 19736 Art-hamlmault, Miss Donna 1F722 Armstrong. jayne 19736. 62. 76 Armstrong, Richard 18738, 75 Arnholter, Robin 17740 Artz, Mrs. Grace 1P742 AwardsfCredits, 80-81 Bachctti, Gail 18738 Bachetti, Craig 111732 Bachetti, Suzanne 17740 Bailey, Peter 17740. 68 Baker, Betsy 112724 Baker, Carol 19736 Baker. Nancy 17 7 40 Ball, jane 18738 Ball, MaryEllen 110734 Ball, Mr. Robert 117742 Band. 3. 62 Bangs, Stephen 112724 Barnum, Dana 111 732 Barth, Brian 18738, 62, 68 Barth. Diane 1107 34. 35, 62. 66, 72 76. 80 Bartlett, Doreen 112724, 50 Bartow, Catherine 111 732 Bartow, Margie 19736, 42 Baseball. 64-65 Basketball, Boys, 74-75 Girls, 76-77 Bassett, Elina 18738 Bassett, Richard 1117 Bassett, Regina 19736, 72,80 Batacchi. Paul 19736, 68, 78 Batacchi, Peter 187 38 Beattie, Kimberley 17740, 41. 76 Beattie, Mark 17740 Becker, Alan 18738 Becker, Andrew 17740 Beckwith, john 111718. 32, 64, 78 Beckwith, Valerie 19736, 66, 76, 80 Beckwith, Catherine 1117 Bell, David 177417 Berkel. john 1107 18, 34, 35, 70. 75 Berkel, joseph 112724, 25, 75, 82 Berkel, Marianne 1127 4, 24, 42. 46, 48. 56, 58. 82. 86 Berkel, Thomas 1G782 Biher. Philip 18 7 38. 39. 62, 68, 69 Bierman. Dr. Edward 1A720, 21 Birkholl. Greflii 1127 7, 17. 24, 29. 45. 84 Black, Andrew 19736.80 Black, Mrs. Catherine 1P742 Black. Mr. Dale D. 1F722 Black, Virginia 111 732 Blume, Carolee 111732 Blume, Douglas 187 1, 38 Blume, john 110734 Blume, Maureen 17740 Boardman. Mrs. Carolann M. 1F722 Boardman. Cynthia 17740 Boardman, judy 1127 24, 27, 45, 48, 54. 58, 66, 76, 82. 84 Boardman, Michael 17740. 62 Boardman, Richard 18738, 62, 75 Bock, Mrs Eleanor 1P742 Boibeaux, Kevin 111732 Boiheauy. Michelle 18738, 62 Boiheaux, Shari 19 7 8, 36. 72, 54, 62 Bosyy orth. Douglas 17 7 40. 68 Bourque. Robert 17740, 62, 75 PICTURES: 1 - jenny Koneazny, 2 -jim Collingwood, 3 - Bruce Rose, 4 - Marianne Berkel, 5 - Teresa Guerra, 6 - Walter Eggen- berger. Bourque, Victoria 19736, 60, 76 BoysfGir1s Sports 60-61 Bozek, M r. Francis j. 117722 Brallier, Sylvia 18738.55 Brandt, Neal 18738, 78 Brandt, Tina 111 732 Brazie, Ronald 17740 Brazie.RoseAnn19736 Briggs, Charles 110734, 78 Briggs, Sandra 11 1 732. 33, 66, 72, 78 Briggs, William 17740 Brigham. M rs, 1onaC. 1F7 22, 48, 62 Broggi, Garv11l732,70, 71 Broggi, john 17740 Broggi, Peter 19736 Brolli, Mrs. Marcia E. 1F722, 46 Brooks, Andrew 19736 Brown, David 1107 11, 18. 34, 35, 62, 70. 78 Brown, Patricia 197 18, 36, 66, 72, 76 Brown, Peter 1127 19. 24, 27. 58, 60. 62. 70. 74, 75. 82, 84, 85 Brown, Stephen 110734. 64, 70, 75 Buckley. Robert 18738 Burns, Bruce 111 732 Burns, Carol 19736 Burns, julie 111 732 Butera, june 17740 Butler, Betsy 18738 Butler, VVilliam 1117 Bynack. Elizabeth 197 36, 37, 76 Bynack. james 112724 Bynack, William 19738 Byrne. Alice 1127 19. 24 Byrne, james 110734 Byrne, Mr. james 1P742 Calendar 82-85 Caldwell, Michael 1107 Caldwell. Scott 177 Candee, Howard 1876, 38 Candee, Mari 112724, 50 Candee, Richard 111 732, 64, 78, 84 Candee, Thomas 19736, 50 Cappadona, Rose 19736, 37, 54 Carlson, Gary 112724 Carlson, Sally 111 732, 84 Carr, Marion 19736 Carson, Laura 111732 Carson. Mark 19736 Carson, Timothy 18738 Carter, Paul 112724, 70 Carter, Robert 1117 Carley. Richard 17740 Carlson, Christine 177 40 Cartinelli, Dianne 112772 Carton, Bud 1G7 64 Cary. james 19736 Cary, Margaret 111732, 76,84 Cary, Polly 1127 24. 27. 45. 58, 76. 84 Cary, Patience 17740, 41 Cary, Mr. j. Scott 1F722, 76 Cassidy, Randy 17740, 55 Cassidy, jay 18738, 62. 68 Castonguay, Catherine 111732, 48 Caul, George 1117 Chamberland, Mr. Raymond F. 1A7 20 Champigny, Elissa 17740, 41, 55 Champigny, Karen 18738, 55, 76 Chase, Andrea 111732, 60,66 Chase, Chris 1G7 66 Chase, Tracy 18738, 39. 62. 76 Cheerleading, 54-55 Clapp.Kenneth112724.3l,46.63 Clark, Dawn 187 4 Claydon, Brian 18738 Claydon, Sean 1107 34 Clouser, VVilliam 110734 Coles, Mr. john 1P7 42 Collingwood, Bruce 17740, 68, 78 Collingu ood, james 1117 32. 64, 69, 78. 86 Collingwood, jeff 17740, 68. 78 Community, 4-5 Computer Club, 63 Connell, Rosemary 110734 Consolati, M r. Thomas 1A720. 21 Consolini, Kelly 17740, 62 Cook, George 111 732 Cook, james 19736.50 Cook, Rebecca 187 38, 76 Coons, Brian 112724, 25, 29, 58 f,osgriff,james1l1710,32 Cote, Mr Robert 1. A. 11' 7 C,rawford.jef111l 7 C,rawford, Nancv18738 f.rine. Mary 17740 Crook, Linda 112724 Lronk, Richard 110734. 35, 78 Crook, Theresa 197236 Crosler, Charles 110 7 34, 48 Cross Country, 68-69 Curriculum, 46-51 Curtis, Mrs. jean 1P742 Curtiss, David 110734 Curtiss, Diana 110734 Curtiss, George 17 7 40 Curtiss, LeeAnn 110734.35 48 Curtiss, Richard 18738 Curtiss, Robert 111 732, 50 Curtiss, Susan 19736 Curtiss, William 112724 Dapretto, Christine 197 36 Dapretto, Nina 1776, 40. 55 Dapretto, Norma 17740 Dapretto, Virginia 110734 Davenport, Denise 19736, 72. 76 Davis, Charles 1107 Davis, Mr. Edgar L. 1F722 Davis, Linda 112724 Decker, Decker, Lee 1G 7 52. 53. 56.66. 82-A Teresa 18738. 76 Dellert. Debbie 1127 24, 27, 58, 60. 62, 66, 72, 80 82. 85 Dellert. Gary 18738, 75 Sandra 11078. 34, 35. 72, 76 Deming, jonathan 111 750 Deming, LeeAnn 112726 Deming, Mark 19736 De-Voss, Roxanne 112721, 26, 33 Dellert, DeVoti, Mark17740 Doelman, David 111732 Dougherty. Bridget 110776 Dougherty, Katie 18776 Douglas, Miss 1F722 Dow, M r,john1P742 Driscoll, james 1107 Driscoll, joAnn 18738 Driscoll, Linda 112725, 26, 66, 72 Driver's Education, 58-59 Duchardt. Mr. Robert D. 1F722 Dugan, Robert 110734, 35, 70, 75 Dunham, Mr. Robert L. 1F722 Dupont, Duryea, Kenneth 197 Dale 19736 Duryea, james 17740 Duryea, Miss Nancy L. 1F722 DuVall. Laura 187 38 Fennell, Patrick 112726. 70, 78, 80 Field Hockey, 72-73 Figueiredo, Miss Suzannc1F722 Fink, Nellie 110734 Finn, Ann 111732. 33. 52. 33. 54. 58. 617, 84 Fish, Amy 17740 Fisher, Barrie 1'l'782 Fleming. Kathleen 112726 Fleming, Michael 17740 Fletcher, Kathlcc-n11l 732 Football, 70-71. 84 Friedman. Louis 177 l. 40, 75 Freshmen. 36-37 Frye, Mr. Bernard j. 1F722 Funk, David 110726. 34. 35 Funk, 1.isa18738 Funk, Maree110734 Funk, Russell 112726 Gaarri. Cecelia 1107 11, 34, 35 Gage, Brian 17740. 41. 46, 62, 68, 69 Garrahan, Miss Marion E. 1F722 Garrett, Victorine18738 Gasperini, David 112726 Gauthier, Mr. Robert M. 1A720, 22. 50. 51 Gauthier, Pamela 17740. 41. 62 Gaynor, james 1107 Gaynor, Thomas 17740 Germain. Michael 177 40, 68 Germain, Pamela 110734, 58 Ciandomenico. Dr. Lawrence L. 1A7 20 Gillis, Karen 18738 Gillooly, Mr. VVil1iam A,1F722, 75 Gingras, Collette 112725, 26, 27, 58, 60, 82 Gingras, Peter 19736, 37 Glanville, Valerie, 1G753 Gleason, Robin 1G757 Gleason, Mrs, Grace 1P742 Goewey, Blanche 110734 Goldring, Erik 18738 Goldsmith, Edward 19736 Goldsmith, jane 111732 Gower, Betty 1107 34. 35. 56, 60, 62, 66.72 Gower, Dennis 19736, 37 Gower, Patricia 18738 Gower, Robert 112726. 68. 75 Graduation, 1974, 83 Granger, Kevin 18738, 39 Greene, Abigail 1T7 82 Green, john 1976, 36. 50 Green, Monty 18738 Green, Virginia 19736 Griffin, Deborah 19736, 37 DuVal1. Richard 1117 18. 32, 33. 52. 64. 70.71 Edelman, David 1127 7. 17, 26, 27, 29. 64. 70. 74. 75 Edelman, jennifer 18738, 49, 62, 76 Eggenberger, Edie 1G7 82 Eggenberger, Sylvia 18738. 62, 76 Eggenberger, Walter 197 36. 86 Egerton, Anne 197 18. 36 Egerton, joy 111 732 Egerton, William 111 732 Eichstedt. Deidre 18738 Eichstedt. Enid 17740 Eichstedt. Herb 111732 Eichstedt, Paul 197 36 Eighth Graders, 38-39 Eline. Helen 11073-1.35. 72 Ehne.Juha1s738 Eline. Mr. j. Wayne1F722 Esposito. Sebastion 177-10.46. 68 Faculty, 22-23 Fairchild, Mrs. Maryj. 1F722 - Farnham, Randy 18738 Farnham.VVil1iam110734 Farnum, Gary 112 7 26, 64, 65 Farnum, Heidi 18738 Farnum, jean 17741146 Griffin. Guerra. Guerra. Guginn, Nadine110734, 58 Lori 111732. 62 Teresa 11073-1. 66, 86 Mrs. Helen 1P742 Guidi. Cynthia 111732. 63 Gulotta, Tony 19736, 37, 68. 69. 75, Gulotta, Marjorie 177-10.41, 62, 76 Gulotta, Teresa 187 38. 39. 62 Gulotta. Tina 111732. 33. 52. 54. 84 Gulotta. Vincent 19736, 37, 68 Gunn, Matthew 110734, 66. 75 Curln, VVayne 112724, 25, 26, 27, 62, 74. 75, 80 Gurka. Doreen 1T7 52. 66. 82 Haecker. Barbara 1127 9, 16, 26, 45. 56. 66 Hall. Rick 1C714. 56. 64 Hankey. 1rvinfl18738 Hankey. Karen 110734 Hankey. Richard 19736 Hankey. Robin 187 38 Hankey, Terry 111 732 Hanson, Robyn 1127 15, 25. 26, 31, 52. 58, 60. 80. 82 Hastedt. Bruce 110734. 78 Hastedt, Colleen 17 7 -10 Hastedt, Keith 112721. 25. 26. 56. 58. 70. 78. 82 Farnum, jeff 19736 Farnum, Karen 197 36 Farrell, Linda 18738 Fazzini. Cynthia 111 732 Fazzini. Patricia 19736 ,Carol 18738 Fennell. Fennell. Fennell joan 111732.48 Marv 19736: 62. 72 Hatch. RoseAnn 111732.42 63 Haupt. Lisa 1107 34, 60. 66, 72. 76, 11 Heath. Kenneth 17740 Heath. Kristine 18738 Heath. Susan 111 732 Hebert. Arthur 18 7 38. 62 82 78 84. 85 Helmrich, Mr. George J. 1A320 Herlihy, Mr. James C, 1F322, 48 Hewins. Timothy 110334 Hewins, Walter 112326 Heyman. Eric 111 332 Hils, Linda 19336 Hils. Lisa 18338 Hinkley, Helen 112326 Hinsch, Miss Dora J, 1F322 Hitchcock, Mathias 111 39, 32 Hitchcock, Michele 17340 Hitchcock. Susan 17340 Hoag, Alicia 173 40, 41. 62, 76 Hoag, William 183 38. 39, 62 Hurd, Natalie 18338 Hutchins, John 112326 Hyatt, Brian 17340, 75 Hyatt, Karen 1123 13, 26, 27, 42, 58. 60, 62, 76. 80, 82 Hyatt, Keith 111332 Impoco, James 112326, 45, 64, 70 Impoco, Sal 110334, 62 Irvine, Dennis 19336 Ives, Eric 110334, 35 Ives, Kevin 112328 Jamieson, james 18338 Jaouen, Mrs. Patricia A. 1F322 Jenssen, Scott 110334, 50 Jervas, Scott 112325. 28 Jervas, Troy 193 36 Johnson, Gary 173 40 Johnson, Sam 11239, 28, 57 Johnston. Laurie 19336, 72, 76 Johnston, Michael 18338 Jones, Laura 19336 Joseph, Mr. Wayne 1F322 Juniors,32-33 Joyce, Kevin 18338, 75 Joyce Laurie 110334, 35, 66. 76 Kal'llStr0l'Tl. Edgar 112328, 45, 46, 56 Kahlstrom, Jack 1103 34, 62, 64, 713, 78 Kahlstrom. Lucinda 173413,-16, 62 Keefner, Beverly 19336 Keefner, Connie 111 332, 66 Keefner, Debbie 111 332, 50 Keefner, Shelley 183 Kelley, M r. Joseph L. 1F3 22 Kelsey, Tamie 173 40, 41, 55 Kennedy, Mrs. Anne M. 1F3 22, 62 Kickery, Donald 112328, 50 Kickery, Susan 173 40. 62 Kilmer, Robert 18338 Kimpel, Douglas 18338 Kimpel, Linda 17340 Kirchner. Cathy 1G356 Kirchner, Peter 110334.35 Koldys, Michael 18338 Koldys, Randall 111332. 64, 75 Koneazny, Mrs. Helen 1P342 Koneazny. Jennifer 1123 28, 31, 72, 73, 82, 86, 58 Koneazny, Joan 1G356, 82 Konigsberg, Jessica 17340, 62 Kradel, Michael 17340, 62 Kradel, Teresa 18338. 62, 76 Kuntz, Bonnie 18338 Kuzia, Mr. Richard 1F322 Langer. Gregory 17340. 62 78 Langer, Gretchen 18338, 62, 76 Lanoue, Mr. Robert 1P3 42 Law, Linda 1123 25. 27. 28. 45. 56. 58, 59, 82 Leffingwell, Ronald 110334 Leffingyvell, Russell 111332, 50 Lehmbeck, Cynthia 173 40, 62 Leining,Kimberlee19336 Leining, Michael 111332, 75 Lemmerman, Darrell 17340 Lemmerman, Richard 110334, 62, 78. 80 Leonard, Randy 19336 Lewis, David 1G352, 53 Leyvis, Michael 111332 Liebsch, Eleanor 110334 Lindstrom, Karen 18338 Litchfield. Danny 19336, 37. 75 Litchfield. Marilyn 18338. 76 Litchfield.William 1731.40.75 Love, Daniel 19336 Live. Marcia 110334 Love, Teresa 112 3 28, 62 Luccarelli, Miss E. Toni 1F3 22, 49, 84 Lucy, Mr. Donald J. 1F322, 75 Lukkarila, Jay 173 40. 41, 62 Lussier, Miss Kathleen L. 1F322 Macchi, Mark 17340 MacDonald. Amy 110334. 66, 72, 76 MacDonald, Lynn 110334, 35 MacDonald. Michael 18338. 46,68 MacKenzie. Gail 1123 27, 28, 58, 60, Palmer, Bonnie 17340 Palmer, Brian 110334. 35 Palmer, John 19336 Paterson, Ellen 193 36, 60, 62, 80 Paterson. John 111332. 33. 57 64, 70, 78 Patterson, Robert 1G3 64 Patterson, Ronald 18338.75 Paul, Maurica17340 Pedersen. Ann 193 36, 37, 62, 72 Pedersen, Ellen 1103 34, 62, 66, 72. Ryder, Shawn 17340, 62 Sadera. David 17340 Sadera, Tony 18338, 39 Sali. Julie 17340 Salisbury, Craig 111 332 Salisbury. Diane 112330. 46 Salisbury. Donna 112321, 30 Salzmann, Keith 111332, 80 Sanford. Thomas 111 332 Schoonmaker. Colleen 110334 Schutz, Eric18338 Tu ing, Janice 110334 Ullrich, Mrs. Sabina 1P3 42 Ullrich. Stephen 110334. 35, 64 Vachon, Mr VanDeusen Van Deusen Van Deusen Van Deusen VanDeusen VanDeusen YanDeusen s, Lea 1F322 .Barry111332 . Donna 112330. 58 ,JoAnn 18338, 62 , Mr. Joseph 1P3 42, 43 ,John 111332 . Mark17340 ,William 111332 MacNeil, Arthur 193:36 Makuc, Mark 17340, 62 Mallory, Peggy 193 36 Malnati, Jeanne 111332, 62. 84 Malnati, Priscilla 112328, 58. 62 Malnati, Vincent 18338, 62 Maloney, Dianne 18338, 76 Maloney, Paul 18338.75 Mansfield, James 17340 Marion, Thomas 18338 Markham, Julie 112327, 28, 56, . 60.62, 69, 81. 82. 84 Marlotti, Michael 111 332 Martin, JoAnn 111 332, 58 Masse, James 110334, 50 Masse. Teresa 112328 Massini, Marie 17340. 76 Massini, Mark 110334, 35, 64 McDonald, Joseph 110334, 70 McDonald, Peter 18338, 75 McDonnell, Kathryn 1736, 40 McDonnell, Robert 111332 McNamara. Patricia 112325, 28, 45, 58 Melendez, Phillip 111 332 Menin, Mr. Paul A. 1F3 22, 58, 62, Mercer. Linda 1123 Merola, Iris 110334 Merola, Suzanne 18338 Merritt, Jill 112328 Mielke, Chuck 1T3 56 Mielke, Paula 19336, 72. 76 Miller, Catherine 19336 Miller, Kathy 19336.37 Miller, Ronald 1123 28, 31, 33 73. 76. 84 Pedersen. Eric 111332 Pedersen Pedersen , Mrs. Grace 1P342 .Kathy 11038, 34. 35 Pekrul, William 111 332, 33, 52, 84 Pellegrin i. Anna 110334 Percy, Robert 19336 Percy, Tony 183 38 Peron, M r. John C. 1F322 Perry, Mr. Robert 1F3 22, 78 Personnel. 42-43 Peters, Renee 110 3 34 Petersen, Andreu 17340 Petersen. Peterson, Petrov, P Pettit, Pe Tamar 19336. 37, 42 Rebecca 111 332 aul 173 40 nny 17340 Pettit. Tcd110334 Phillips, Adam 17340. 75 Phin1ps,n1iQhael111332,7o,71 Phanips,Twn1t9336.37.7s Phillips. Steve 1G357 Pickert,Charles18338 Pino, Lyr Pino, Ma in 19336. 62 r1ene11033-1 Piper, Emilie 110334, 66. 76 Scism, Barry 18338. 39 Seavey, Mr. C. Wayne 1F322 Segalla, Wendy 1G356. 82 Seiger, Carl 19336. 70, 75 Seiger. Janice 110334. 47. 54. 62 Seigerman. Catherine 112 3 30, 80. 84 Selleyv. Mr. Welles H 1F322, 50 Seniors, 24-31 Senior Play, 52-53 Seventh Grade. 40-41 Shafiroff. Dr Pan1C.1F323 Shanlcy, Laurie 17340 Shanley, Mark 18338. 78 Shanley, Mary 19336 Shaw, Brian 18338. 75 Shaw, Laura 17340. 55 Shan. Randy 1G 3 49. 56, 64 Sheldon, David 17340, 62 Sheridan. Donna 19336 Shiminski. Tania 1103 11, 34, 35. 58 Shmulsky. JoAnn 112330 Shortis, Kathy 112330 Sierau, Maria 110334 Silk, James 1113334, 35 Silk, Steven 112330 Silk, Thomas 112330, 48 Milligan, Lisa 112324, 28 Milligan, William 112328 Minnerly. John 183 38. 75 Mintz. Wanda 111332. 58, 60. 66. 80. 82, 84 Moran, Susan 111 332 Montoux, Susan 1123 28 54, 57, 82, ivloulton, Daniel 1103 11, 34. 35 Nash, Rose 18338 Newton, Roger 18338 National Honor Society. 58-59, 60- 61 Nicolai, Marc 112 3 28, 45, 46, 52, 62 Nilson, Mr. Robert 1P342 Nott, Bruce 112328 Nott, Mrs. Delphone 1P3 42 Nott, Ernest 111332 Nott, Gregory 19336 Nott, Michael 112330 Nourse. 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Smith, Jaclyn110334 Jcrilyn19336 Lorraine 111332. 84 VanHorn.Lcslic1l1332 Varney, Pat 1G 3 52, 53, 56, 66, 67, 82 Vickerman, Thomas 1 1239, 30 vonKadick, Mr. John H. 1F322 Vorck. Lisa 18338 Vosburgh, David 112346 VValen. Mason 16325 VValther, Cheryl 17 3 40 VValther, John 1G 3 57 W'arner, Dale 18338. 46. 78 VVarner. George 111332. 78 Wartella. Mrs Agnes 1F322 Wartella. Mr. Myron M. 1F3 22, 46. 62 VVatson, Dasid 1103 34, 35, 64, 70, 71. 75 Webster, Brian 183 Wcinreb. Frances 17340 Weinstein. Jonathan 11 1 332. 78 VVQ-instein, Peter 18338 WW.-iss,1ra1113 W'elch. Linda 17340 W'clch. Mrs. Mary A 1F322 Wellington, James 173 40. 68, 78 Wellington, Kathleen 19336. 37, 51 Wellington, Lucinda 11 1 332 VV:-lls, Annette 17 3 40. 62 Wheeler. Mirinda19336 VVhiSenant. Amy 183 1, 38. 39, 62 Whitbeck. Dale 19336. 80 White, Carolec 17 3 40, 76 Wfhite, Francis 193 36 what-. Kathleen 183 1, 38. 55. 62 W'hite. Sheila 19336. 54. 80 White. Susan 17 3 40 Wichman. 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