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

 - Class of 1976

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S . 1 1 Aittgxbt-L-, 2Y4AgAYYn Y i Bushnell-Sage Library Sheffield, Mass. 01257 A , 1 , A x . , J 1 . A X- V . ' --,4.-..-..g.g,.:+LQu , -.!g1':'E L',L,.1.iL:lLL.gg.. ' ' fn .. -wwf-ev-:V-f --V2-"'fv""" ' T'i'4"' ' 'I f I Q13 Q "I W A r 3 ! .,r, ll I 4, . fd V? '4 '. Q' Yo s Q. xi 14' gym?" I Q0 ix , '3- H Vw- A wx , p 079 1 -f' on -'l ' ,Ji ,, -. ' J x ,lik ' TABLE GF CGNTENTS PLACE Alford Church in Alford Cen- ter. 4 DOINCS Prom decorations and Bill Pe- krul, ,75 prom co-chairman. 8 PEOPLE Football pep rally - juniors organized and advertised. 76 N ' , Y fc A mn ul an ui - +L I.. I. QP 5. p-- .-v- - H, Jr--1, V . Rs 1 Ik-X N Q .--' 4--"' .rib 5 x-- K .rf 'i f.'1 - , ,. :fb 1 I - up . .. ' ,nv A' ABOVE: 7th and 8th Graders: Shawn Ryder. Kim Beat- tie, Doreen Reynolds, Cythia Lchmbeck, David Sadera, Cathy O'Connor, jminn Le-mmf-rman. Kevin Rueger. Mark Makuc. jay Lukkarila. 145- K Xf- 1 , a T.. J f 1, 1 V W 6 'U COMMUNITY Where T e Bus Twenty-one years ago, five towns in Southern Berkshire tAlford, Egre- mont, Monterey, New Marlborough, and Sheffieldb began busing 7-12 stu- dents to Mount Everett Regional School. Since that time, our district buses have traveled probably in ex- cess of 4 million miles. Most students are not enthusiastic about riding bus- es, but at least they have some credit- able scenery to view on the way to school and coming back home. In order to get some shots of buses and commu- nity, I got up early one October morning and drove to school. I was driving down Route 23 in South Egremont, and there it was . . . a bus! I pulled over and jumped out of the car. Using a Nikon, I managed to get the camera settings and the picture just in time, Smiley's Pond made a beautiful upside-down frame, and the ducks made the picture really complete. Mike Lewis took the picture of a bus going up Coo- per Hill in Sheffield Cbottom leftl, and I got the shot of a group of kids getting on the bus in the village of South Egremont Cbottom middlel. On that occasion, after I turned around, I saw another bus going by The Olde Mill tbottom rightl. I was pulled over by the library in Egremont getting a few pictures when I saw a bus coming, I got a shot of it down the road, then I had to wait to see where it was going. It came at mel I ran down the road in front of the bus in order to slow it down. I stopped, turned, and got another shot. Then I waited for the kids to get on the bus and got another shot. Finally I stepped out of the way and allowed the bus to go by and caught one last shot tsee pictures far left, page 65. Some kids get taken through Alford Center: I got the shot of Alford Center school right at dusk tpage 6, top rightl. In New Marlborough there are a lot of hills: up this one you can follow a path to a church tpage 6, upper middlel. The sun was hanging low in the sky in Ashley Falls when the picture of two houses was taken flower middleig if you look close you might be able to see a girl on a bicycle. A fisherman at Lake Carfild in Monterey ignored me as I took his picture tbottoml. The golf course at jug End was very quiet when I went by one Friday afternoon tpage T, top lefti. Where do buses go during off hours" This one went to Boardmans house on County Road in Sheffield flop riglitl, Finally the buses take us right to the sidewall-is teyen on the first day of snow ofl Mount Ever- ctt ,. K . ' s Xx x, i - Qt, 4 ,if ' i- J -- - W .4 . N X A 'Z 5 R xiii .. 4 - . 3 rv? f ii 'AA ' 'Ya 't 1' .N x 'A' V hw v ' Q J vi 2 94, si 8 . W ga-..g1g.c- ' T ?La' t,.- Q sf 1 'mqkxf ' " --p , ...mwg .-rl H. -. J' if 4' -ff A 55, L Q 12, 1 , . 13 ff ig' A Q? if ' y .xr '51 ' fm 5 ass:-fn' 4 , in' .. 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', n Q f, my '1.'- IM' ' ligfs vf' , -' , ' ' 4 f"4-Quill Eff 5 a sur!-Ju ,a Fw? 1.0. A 5 I ' 'gg -I . ,K Qc- gf I 'gl gi, A .fag e, -af --- ...Q ef Sp- .,,, .-fa , xr, -it R, 1- ' '-5394-t 9 ' .. . . X. ' .14 - 1 uf If ik '-+,.,. ' -U . .. '1d...ar 44 1' 3 'Al' , V ' A f 4 Q U Q. - ,pn .vp if ' - ' -fs? '- -.fi r 4 ' . X atv '--fd ' ""' ABOVE: This picture was taken one morning in Noxember The kids sort of cross paths as they leaxe the buses Bigger students head to- xi ard the high school wing at right. and youn- ger kids go in the front entrance by the stack The tire tracks in the lawn were made by a xeliicle that had to drixe around the building on legitimate business. but the administration was at this time inxestigating other tire tracks on the lawn made by someone out for kicks or rexenge RIGHT: It was a beautiful autumn . Jgy. A Hb? -f :va 6 I Pu- 5,9 f"2'. ,avg -Y.. 4 in 1' ,sf-Q. G' .- , 7. 71" , 4,1 ' fig' Qp, ":'eif7',,:f day in October, and the leax es in the sun were a bright gold We got three seienth grade girls to stand in the leaxes and people a picture of the school lt w as a good deal, we got a good picture and they got out of class for a little kr ff' ,f -kb while The girls Xlarjiann Sulliwan Tami Stet- son. Susan Watson Y' P 1. iii? ' l if Y -4 ,T ' - 1 r 2,.,g1,-M 1 I! X 1' . L 5, api 11, if Bl' 1 -ni i Fil I 9 r kr LEFT: Mr. Ruskind lpieturedl and Nir Hayward liuve u new office in tlie upstairs storage urea. Vlfitli Mr liuskind David Broun and Sandy Dellert, BELOWV: A new room tlns year is 30,f3lg Mr. Frye and Nlrs Cook lime: social studies classes here, but it is also used for study halls twice day BELOW LEFT: Marga- ret Cary demonstrates how useless the old mus- ter keys are against the new foolproof locks BELOW' RIGHT: A fire drill in Novemlwr empties the building. PERSONNEL Work That Never Ends I 4 . J 1 5 rl s L ' ' Q , x . ,v--W V A ' - , ef M , Mix!-'ai 1 Q', V, - , MIS. ROIKOS Mrs. Robinson Mrs. Ullrich Mrs. Novak Mrs. Koneazny M A zt inn Q' o 0 '1 -:Q TL E f'f5RB?P . ,YL a -Maw I ix, "H-w. x ,"""Y When nine hundred people are using a building, you know some people have some work to do. In fact, some people have so much work to do that they can never catch up. Food services, maintenance, repair, cleaning, paper work, and health services keep those people more than busy. LEFT: Mr. Rooney and chair repair. MIDDLE LEFT: Mrs. Streeter and library check-out. MIDDLE RIGHT: Guidance secretary, Mrs. Pedersen ton tele- phone, school adjustment counselor, Mrs. Vachonl. BOTTOM LEFT: Cafeteria supervisor, Mrs. Curtiss. BOTTOM RIGHT: The school nurse, Mrs. Gugino - supervising eye testing. OPPOSITE PAGE: Part of the kitchen staff - Mrs. Welch, Mrs. Gleason, and Mrs. Smith. xi STX ff 4 Q . . rg, qgggvv' gl t .J ho ADMINISTRATION Directing And Controlling At Mt. Everett F' as 'ii A 4 : .Qi Ta A f ,: if 4 ' ,ff M,-1 my . Dr Bierman. principal. personally oyersees curriculum dey elopment at Xiount Eyerett in addition to managing many other responsibil- ities ABOYE: Dr Bierman talks with the president of the Senior Class, Pat Winterbot- tom AT RIGHT: The vice-principal. Xir Chamberland. has implemented a new student handbook and a new faculty manual which haye turned out to be yery effective and suc- cessful NOT PICTURED: Sir David Pottle. formerly' a guidance counselor. now directs ca- reer and occupational education 4 ,' s' 3, . -ROW 1 1. , 8 . ' '-'.'. .51 . ., . . h w .' " ' ' I A . I ' ' 5 v . ' 0 I , 4 1 sag. u f' 1. 'tv ax" ' s " 1, c". lpuuvnu I' ', -nuns-I"' lllvuDauw"1 innunnn DCUOOlI" 321. Q: I-It :lx 4 Pxnlliillvl' fd D I U UIUC' 1.S.i.2.... INIQOQUH tllilun unuuu- anus-- nsu- .. -.gr .ps-. " -1-.- ID Cl'RRICl'LT.'KI AND THINGS TO DO District-YVide Goals Being Implemented Curriculum is presently being de- veloped at everv level and in every academic department in accordance with district-wide goals Implementa- tion of the goals is alreadv being re- flected in manv learning situations and activities inside classrooms and out. The objective. in general. is to make all learning at Mount Everett interesting. rewarding. and relevant. Extracurricula activities are still drawing a good number of students especially the more traditional among them - such as band. prom. plav. and yearbook. but the open campus arrangement and the local availabilitv of student jobs take many would be participants avwav ABONI-:RIC-HT T e 'we- iai nan e ec pec e tNlcu Eve i-T L er seen X vmg r be a G e rr Ber l' e A c ern -es ies I v'-l' ec re omg Night I-'light Cec a C o He- Pl we 14 w . ' : :computer rc-9:71 LS a sp c l ' E-cut for mme -if the math-on at ' V 5 -, - A ' pl a . it ere.. CLI- rag pzcturec s oft i 3 :ol '. p c l ms wit: tie cfm- . . -. -,Au puter RIGHT: The IYGESTSIT Engiis: L4-1.5: :ad field mp tc r at Ba. :gt-in ilfff -rt lun: . vzati x Er.: rg I df.:::g the n - - Y A, A 1 v . stud . if an av:a.icn um: .Ach 1nc.'.:c a- W . V V . 1.1 aar: an len Eine fm" s " 'oo QTHIXCS TO DO lllbll L ""Qt-u- Q, " '-'Q I'-is '-- wfygfa-,,.', JM..- ,, . F .I . , - ., if ff .1 W.,-ff.. hx- ' .qi-1. , 1 -.-'r ,T 1 --, ' :rv '- nag, Q,-up . :.Q Y, uh l.' -. 1.-. - Q 1 -,A ,J?p:,:i,"'Z,4'?f?E-gf , K x 1 s .31 gk? . .- 3 ' - ' 'e' ?l'.JlkdY..- .' 1'-ax.. -.. I- fr' 'S-4 - LEFT TOP: Mrs. Brigham is showing Patty Wright how to thread her machine. She tells Patty to concentrate on the machine and not me. LEFI' BOTTOM: I Group interrupts packing to have their pictures taken before leaving for Beartown State Forest on a camp- ing trip. Mrs. Brolli brought her dog, Sam, along. BELOW: Debbie Zamperini and Janet Wilkinson didnit even look up when this pic- ture was taken. They were too busy reading a magazine. f ? f r lava-rv-f v off lTHINGS TO DOl I " . .fygfx ABOVE: The new addition to the Home Eco- nomics department is just like being at home. You can relax with your feet up while you work on your project. LOYVER RIGHT: jay Cassidy decided he needed a couple sheets of notes that he had torn up: Kevin Granger helped with Scotch tape. FAR RIGHT-TOP: Geometry with Sir. Dunham is the kind of class that really makes you ask questions. Ni- cole Tolvo and Paula Niielke are working to- gether and are in need of a little assistance. MIDDLE: English Literature with Mr. Hayward is more convenient in a circle. We don't have to twist and turn to watch and listen to the person behind us. BOTTOM: The Photo- journalism Class and the Yearbook staff went on a field trip to Technicolor Studios in Spring- field. We were fascinated watching their artists "touch up" photos. N , I--1 J Illlilslllallilifi --v..,,-.v--W... ' , i.2..9'!-.!'+'f?-.' N. D S r Q G 5 I , nn-... QTIIINCS TO DO? BELOVV: We spent a lot of time watching the drying process of reprints at the Technicolor Studio. We were amazed at how fast the photos moved over the drying drum. We saw the pho- tos go on wet and come out dry. RIGHT: After her trip to Europe, Niaria Sierau had a lot of catching up to do - even in typing. 10' f .XS aku 2 -vi i AQ 2 '4'1l"', AY'-' v... ...., ll, s...A .4-Las ,.4Q ,zA.i.L'L:a.3. -mln . ,4' f . -fkffpgv 3' x xi' .. pf. if "ag U 4- QTHIXGS TO DOJ BELOYY: The freshman science class made candles by hand-dipping them. The shapes they came up with were quite extraordinary This team was made up of Charles Pic-kert. Richard Curtiss. Paul Zigmand. Warren Thom- son. BELOW' LEFT: English I students did some induetiye reasoning in connection with reading Never Cry' Wolf. Seated are Carl Seiger. Frank Reeves. Brian Shaw, Dale Warner. and Lisa Yorele. standing are Tony Sadera. Donald Smith. Remo Pizzitlierni. Pe- ter Weinstein. and David Wright. Q. L Y 1 ,ff ,pl-1 fi ,-'Z 53 . SOUTHFIELD STORE 0U'1' OF HAND THE DMRY QUEEN MORGAN MOTORS Southfield, MA 81 Niain Gt. Barrington, h1A Built on Service Gt. Barrington, MA Canaan CT Imported Crafts 81 Clothing Your Ford Dealer 1-YJ' v".k- ' . 3 .f' ' . ' x 'A ' , -Wistar ' - v 5 - -' l ' Y:-5 A i fm 'rag . ' ,- 8 L I U' ' f X O ,A . ww- X its Q .' ff- 1 flrggml l' 1 ""1i'g'A f . "1 V ' 4 I nr 'Y I ll ,A - fs: 52 iff? A """' " - ' WI ----Q . I , . , 6 i A A S-1 V l I J - ' ' f 5 i i - - M A I s k A -",s . - . Ima ,M - to U eg at ., ,, ' 1 . . H s viflfu " 'f ' F . l ' f if A ' . 1 , A 1 i 'l J a -AL. 1 sf-.- 13.1 u Y ' Q 'ell 3' LEFT: Chris Smith was checking some work -L9 with Mr, Costello. ABOVE: Mr. Sellew's build- , ' I' ' " ing structures group is presently building House 410 off Root Lane. lx f x, C, 2 l MENCUCCINI SUPERMARKETS, SEGALLA'S LAWN MOWER FARSHAW AND COMPANY CORN CRIB INC, Toro - I.H. - Eclipse - Ariens - Farshaw Office Supply Rt. T, Sheffield Migeon Ave., Torrington Simplicity P.O. Box 177 Railroad St., Canaan - Main St., Ski-Doo Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 Winsted Canaan, CT 06018 Gifts and Gadgets Canton Village, Canton Phone 824-7276 After We Sell We Service N CTHINCS T0 DOD 4 i 0 i '75 ,....,.-- f I , -z-,,.,..,, x V ' f ' ' ' U" I - 1 'V h' '- . hu A. I Q r f I C -1 , ,, I , , , , ll- ' x . -,I 5,1 l. 1 A 3 4 Q. L , in ' A , 'HQ ,""'w'5'f.x-:pi - I, .giiim . U 9 I' 'f' 'Q "HW, ., .:'3i" iwiff. ffl- rid'-f,3':51 pffffru , r ' 1 3 Af. . 'iii-Jsiiu? Ynail "I .. Congratulations to Compliments of Kimball's Dispatch IRA E. MABKHAM - PAVING Sunrise Diner the Class of 1976 Sheffield Rd- Excavating Fine Foods EB. Dolby, Inc., Florist Gt- Baffiflgwfl, MA Gt. Barrington, MA Rl- 7, Sheffield, Mass Box 449, Gt. Barrington f 4 I4 WJN4, .L.,. -.. 1...-ua .Aunmg-.,,,,1Aun .Q-o,nAs.u An1 klfwiBwlIXHWUW1K ' OPPOSITE PACE: In the middle of the most important lessons, it is possible to think of something that needs to be said to a friend. Mike Lewis caught Michelle Zamberletti vent- ing the urge in Mr. Peron's Spanish I. LEFT: Miss Riekus's Business English class was having a film the day I CMichele Turnerl went to shoot pictures. I only had time for a few quick shots before the lights went out. BELOW: A Tth grade home ec class was working in the new kitchen tRoom 1354 the students were camera- shy and didn't want their pictures taken, but they were too busy to effectively jeopardize this picture. Shown in a hurry are Susan Kelley, Tanya Shanley, Susan O'Connor, Martine Tolvo. - 14" E - 1-1 yo.. -I-acomc Bmlders Supply C0 THE VILLAGE GREEN Pioneer Credit Corporation BVIRUS NNRMT Incorporated Rt 7 Sheffield MA Ct. Barrington, MA Bur and XX int Materials it I5irrim.,ton X Railroad St Gt Barnngton MA lm ww KTHIXGS TO DOD 1 L :lf-S if. Mfhlihfill I f 3.- in X i f - ...Ar L' '5- ABOVE: Sometimes you need to get things straightened out by sitting the teacher down and seeing if he knows the answer. Mr, Eline shows Nikki Tolvo. i V .. . ,. - -'Vt - - ,. -s-r-r.-- U .uqnmvnuvxnuq..-awww-uunmsstnuix-iQ?Wl1 " ' A ' - 'n W' U 9 .74 TOP: Mr. Porrovecchio is kept very busy by his Grade 5 class. Here they were working in groups on murals. The suggestion in the pic- ture that most of the students are going away from the art teacher is only an illusion. They-"ll be back. MIDDLE: Miss Hinsch covers the basics of volleyball in a high school gym class. BELOW: We got Guy Trag, Ellen Pedersen, Mark Massini, and David Watson to pose with a letter they wrote for English with the whole Photojournalism class looking on. f 1 wluxigue 1 50" O1 K2 'ff clfpu ff 'jun h . . I Ill, lfffud XIAUH OT qwvhx pf IHHCK, wi vffjnfa f, ,,-,L ,M dgwf duff WC fpgf Ma' .UU gfwwj fave madf M1 .,f,f,,, Mfg ffl i fo My dfwf if - fwf aff, ffdwfafl mf do 'U mad! at Vaiwatf Kuff. 7711 Wdifj -jot' ffixfnlf OI' ffdfmf "71'l'Y'-fl!! .. 11 ig in-1' firm. Ln Q wwf! 0 a7ed7- Vmfff 0 fafk . slwcffffg I t - .g..O1:l. 0 ., 0 .,,. P 'i1f::ag.:O..... Q fa 4",':1.". ,I - JJ ig" 'J 'i 4 CTHINCS TO DO - INTERRUPTED CURRICULUM? Bomb Scare By Michele Turner XX'hat do you do when you guessed it was only a fire drill. but it turned out to be a bomb scare on an unrea- sonably Cold day? I was lucky to get a camera that day to catch the differ- ent methods of keeping warm. I guess the main idea for people was to make use of what they had. XYherey'er I looked I saw cold people. Only a few were fortunate enough to have jack- ets. Nly hands were so Cold I had a hard time pushing the plunger of the camera, The fire trucks ipicture left topi Came to Check the building out The front got to watch what was going on. Xlost ex eryones arms were wrapped tight around their bodies, Xlr. Porro- yeehio ileft middlet made use of his overalls to cover his bare arms. Keeping your sense of humor always helps in this kind of situation john Paterson Keith Hyatt. jim Cosgriff. Xlike Leining. Rick Du Yall. and Bill Pekrul tleft bottomv gathered together hoping the trees would help shield the w ind. Pockets are always handy w hen gloyes are not available. john Ber- kel tc-enterl made use of the fallen leaxes as a blanket of protection. He really seemed to be quite eonfortable, Friends are always nice to liaxe around in a time of need. Huddles of students, rpicture far righti like these two. Could be seen all oyer the school grounds. 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Saxophones played by Michael Board- man, Kevin Rueger, and Amy Whisenant were getting a work-out when this picture was tak- en. LEFT: The Superman room is where the ath- letes get themselves fit for football, wrestling, and other sports. Seated: Mr. Proiette. BE- LOW: Amy MacDonald simultaneously dis- cussed prom and demonstrated that two desks per student are none too many. Lynn MacDon- ald and Matt Gunn, at right, were named co- chairman for the '76 prom. 2 X -63 'X lx www-'rtfozun-,QL-.m if.: lVl!!'.1yK'Qh.l'QQ4Ql4,jA QTHINCS TO D07 MT. EVERETI' LUMBER, INC. LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS AND HARDWARE CEMENT - PAINTS - EXXON FUEL OIL Sheffield, MA 01257 32 , 1-34' I ww . Aww---1-:' 5 -.:, .-cg,-sxlmmmlnw:-wnngqvfev.uNllxsuwldvLyfnl1lfllllA N .....---""r"""' iggnlhllh- X., X-hvbmhn 4 l I -N li? sd. L A f f GX ." X I I I if I A i BELOW' - TOP LEFT: Xlr Simmons cixics class was working on individual reports ideci- sion-niaking in the reference room of the li- lirary LEFT MIDDLE: Xlr Seat ey and Xliss Hinsch had huge groups of students to look after on the day all the juniors and seniors and teacher-proctorsl nent to the Xlahaiwe The- atre to see the Rubinstein moxie Students playing hasketball in foreground Philip Boi- heaux. Charles Terry. Kathryn XlcDonnell. and Nina Dapretto LEFT BOTTOM: Sir. Durginis eighth grade LA had work to do one day xx hen we went in In foreground Tommy Tenbroeck BELOW' RIGHT: Birds around here will be well-fed after Eddie Ostrander and industrial arts colleagues finish what looks like hundreds of bird feeders, RIGHT: Sir. Pottle became director of occupational educa- tion this year. FAR RIGHT: Teachers aide Brian Race works on the new house with Paul Eichstedt and Will Stevens. BOTTOM: We went into Nlr, Lucyis seventh grade math class. '? A 1 Q Q , 'N V.. Mr' A Q NIONTERE1 PACKAGE STORE HOLDEN 61 STONE THE BARN RESTAURANT HAMMER PLUMBING GO Rt 23 Nlonterex XI-X OF THE Rooms - Food - Spirits Plumbing 6: Heating BERKSHIRES, INC. Undermountain Road - Rt. 41 85 Main Street Great Barrington, MA Sheffield, MA Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 528-0112 P , and just as we were shooting the last picture, the bell rang. Everyone started to go, so we said, "Freezel" Thats what they did, but one boy reacted as if they were being "held up." Included in the picture are Leslie Schnurr, Bobby Ryan, Michelle LaPoint, MaryAnn Sul- livan, Dick Sheridan. Tanya Shanley, Richard Cage, Susan O'Connor, Claudia Swan, Pam Maloney, Donald Chase. Matt Eline. is-,cp 5 75. X lf? 1' Q "rua, --A'-- ln MAHAIWE JEWELERS FIRST AGRICULTURAL BROOKS INSURANCE L om.,r.1tul ation C Liss 4 f f Sterling, China, 8: Watches NATIONAL BANK ACENCX INC' AC W -U N Canaan, CT 06018 of Berkshire C ountw 406 Main St C t Birrinctnn X1 X QTHINGS TO DO - STUDENT LEADERSHIP? Girls Take Most Class ffieer Roles in 1975-76 , . Wig- xi I A - '. v r v i .411 . la -Y, -P? , I Q . fi ' . "xx I - , SENIOR officers are people who really lxnoyv what they are doing. They have the experience and maturity to assume responsibility. Early last year. when someone painted 'Spiret of 'Ton all oy er the building. senior officers set the . -, - X 4' p - V - 2' H.---'lf' J '-' ff'- - - S ' 'J 24" r ',,':'.?4..'f,."l " z- . - ' - A ' any 4 - ' ff H -, , 2. ' '. -vb, clean-up in motion. By' November. senior meetings were being devoted to graduation. In December the officers directed a successful Dec. 20 dance These officers get things done Above Tina Gulotta - secretary. Pat Win- ...- .L gg.. an Q Q - Du., -1 -V qu. terbottom - president. Sandy' Briggs - trea- surer. Bill Pelsrul - vice-president. Advisers Nlr. Davis and Xlr Herlihy. IIQNIORS had an energetic election last spring at the end of their sophomore year that made Pam Germain president. Nadine Griffin vice- president. janet Wilkinson secretary. and Christine Smith treasurer. Among their respon- sibilities were the Christmas Tea and 1976 Prom. Advisers' Xlrs Brolli. Xlrs. Lays. SOPHONIORES are capably led by Tamar Pe- tersen. president. Laurie johnson. vice-presi- dent. Victoria Bourque. treasurer. and Nicole Tolvo. secretary. Advisers Xlrs Storti. Xlr Cary A . if Y I Michele Turner Who runs the show for Mount Everett FRESHMAN officers have a large class to deal with, and the members range from extremely capable people to row- dy fun-lovers. The officers have the task of directing this diverse group into some constructive endeavors. CAbove - standingl Katie Dougherty - presi- dentg Ckneelingl Teresa Kradel - secre- tary, Tracy Chase - treasurer, Teresa Gulotta - vice-president. Advisers: Mr. Lucy, Mr. Seavey, Mrs. Fairchild. classes? Girls. Almost all girls. Of twenty- four class officer positions, only three went to boys in 1975-76. No need for women's lib in this department. x 1 5 , T. , I I EIGHTH GRADE chose strong leaders in have fund-raising enterprises in the plan Alicia Hoag - president, Brian Gage - ning stages for this year. Advisers: Mr. Dur treasurer, Marjorie Gulotta - secretary, gin and Mrs. jaouen. and ,lay Lulcltarila - vice-president. They SEVENTH GRADE officers are in the process of learning how - since the seventh is the lowest grade level which involves electing class officers. tAt leftl Mia MacDonald - president, Maureen White - vice-president, Paula Wil- kinson - treasurer, and Patti McDonald - secretary. Advisers: Mr. Gillooly and Mr. Menin. -a ' ?-nn i 4 l i l i i i l IINGS TO DO - STUDENT LEADERSHIPD 'i""3'qll-1- r is if 1 I il., any- Sri 'N X . " i U' 1 ' A -,,,-- 1 ' --ff 1 X I li :nu-1... BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS have two squads this year that Merola, Tamar Petersen, Shari Boibeaux - captain, Rose Cappa- clieer for lmoth boys and girls. Cheerleaders: Gretchen Langer, dona, Karen Champigny, Linda Farrell, Kathy Wellington. Advis- Carolyn XVilliamS. Nicole Tolvo - Co-Captain, Katie Dougherty, er: Miss Figueiredo. Lynn MacDonald - captain, Janice Seiger - co-captain, Suzanne 88 ' il- QL SHEFFIELD PLASTICS HARLAND B. FOSTER Sheffield, MA Hardware 15 Bridge St.. Gt. Barrington, MA if' E fs. H. it STUDENT COUNCIL topposite page - left topl changed the dance guidelines this year - allowing any responsible adult of at least 21 years of age to act as chaperone instead of a parent. Members: Ann Finn - president. Mi- chele Turner - vice-president, Mary-Anne O'Connell - secretary. Lynn MacDonald - treasurer, Lisa Haupt. Ellen Pedersen. Nlr. Wartella - adviser, Rose Cappadona, Angel Soudant, Laura DuVall, Danny Litchfield, Ar- thur Hebert. AURIGAN 1976 staff tadviser: Mr Davis! was voting on whether or not to have senior candids this year tpicture far left, middlel. Members present: Lynn Mac-Donald. Mary-Anne O'Con- nell - executive editor, Sally Carlson. Eric Heyman, Kim Williams, Jeanne Malnati. Mi- chael Lewis, Tom Sullivan, joAnn Martin, Rick DuVall - executive editor. Michele Turner - editor-in-chief. MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL topposite page, top rightl was discussing orga- nization. Members: john Hotaling, Mia Mac- Donald, Paula Wilkinson, Maureen White. Aaron Michalski, jay Lukkarila. jimmy Puleri. Marjorie Gulotta. Patti McDonald, Brian Gage. Pam Christman, Mark Consolini, Bryan Cada- gan, Mr. Fryc - adviser. OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCI- ATION Cmiddlel has held a fund-raising raffle so far this year. Pictured: Sandy Stevens - treasurer, Susan Heath, Terri Zirmermon, Maree Funk, Teresa Guerra - vice-president. LeeAnn Curtiss - secretary. Lisa Wright. Ab- sent: Fawn Ziegler - president. Advisers: Mr. Gauthier and Miss Rickus. FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS helped cheer the team on to one of the best seasons we've seen in a long time. tthis page - left? Michele Turner - captain, Karen Champigny, Kathy Wellington, Carolyn Williams, Nikki Tolvo, Katie Dougherty, Kris Heath. Angel Soudant, Rose Cappadona. Absent: Gretchen Langer. Adviser: Mrs. jaouen. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ushered at open house here at school in October. Members are planning other activities for 1976. tbeloxvl jim Cosgriff. Cathy Bartow, Rick DuVall. De- bra Spigarolo, Ann Finn. Chris Smith. Mary- Anne O'Connell - president, Richard Lem- merman, Pam Germain. Wanda Mintz, Mi- chelle Turner, Fawn Ziegler. Adviser: Mr. Da- vis. WONDERFUL THINGS GILLIGAN BROS. INC. Handcrafted Gifts and Craft Supplies Contractors and Builders 232 Stockbridge Rd. sheffield, MA 01257 Great Barrington. MA 01230 229-8756 CTHINGS TO D0 - 1975 PLAYl Class Of ,75 Presents 'cBarefoot In The Parkl' Cast of Characters Corie Bratter ....................... Robyn Hanson On April 17, 18. and 19, the juniors and seniors teamed Telephone Repair Man . . . . Rick DuVall up to present Neil Simons comedy, Barefoot in the Park Delivery Man ....... . . . . Mike Lewis - the story of newlyweds Paul and Corie Bratter and their Paul Bratter .............. . . Marc Nicolai first six days in a new apartment. With assistance from Corie's Mother, Mrs. Banks .. Lisa Milligan Victor Velasco, who lives on the roof, and Corie's motherj Victor Velasco ........... . . . Bill Pekrul Mrs. Banks. the play turned out to be a huge success, a Understudies .. .. Terry Love fitting farewell to Director Ted Simanek, now living in Tina Gulotta Pennsylvania. I--... MAPLEWOOD FABRICS DEMPSEY - PONTIAC - BUICK VILLAGE HARDWARE SOUTHERN BERKSHIRE Route TA, Ashley Falls, MA. INC. Retail 81 Wholesale LEATHER WORKS 229-8767 Ziebart Rustproofing 304 Main Street 9 Railroad St. 42 Bridge St., Gt. Barrington, MA. Great Barrington, MA. 01230 Great Barrington, MA. 01230 Phone 528-2260 Telephone 413-528-1811 40 'w- b Rick DuVall Prornpter ........ Lighting 81 Sound Donna Salisbury Diane Salisbury Roxanne DeVoss Terry Love Jeanne Malnati Tina Gulotta David Vosburgh The Cast . . . Terry Love .. Kim Williams 4 OPPOSITE PACE: Yelasco, the liigli-lixing tlreek. inspects a lresli liattli of knichi tspicy eel ballsl as Paul, tlorie, and Nlrs. Banks look on THIS PACE. TOP LEFT: Clorie and Harry Pepper the phone repairnian check newly installed phone, TOP RIGHT: Paul, returning from a drunken stroll in the park, has his shoes removed by lox ing xx ife tIorie BOTTOM LIQFT: Mrs. Banks tries to comfort Velasco and his broken toe BOTTOM RIGHT: The ever-lively Corie is on her way up to Yelascos place nhile "dead- beatsn Paul and Mrs. Banks collapse after a night on the town " -44. ':.'P'0 iff ' 5,97 ' I In-A A -ii! - - . f' A , R U . l v ' " sive- 4 in 0-" . .A Y QQ. - Y . gg? ' Q' -.4 TI! la 4 Ku 6 6 Ti? 5 Picture America '76 DEWEY ELECTRIC CO. DELNIOLINO-S I"IRIfS'I'ONI': lfoinpluiu-nt l THE SNAP SHOP Singer Sewing Macliines TIRE CICNTI-IR S'l'A'I'Ii LIN!-I l',Xt'Ix Xt I N1 14 Railroad St., Ct. Barrington, MA. Hoover Vacuum Cleaners Farm Tire Service I'.ili.t.iii 1 l 413-528-4725 283 Main St., Ct. Barrington Route T South, tit. Barrington, M.-X Your Full Line Authorized Photo 01230 Dealer Phone 4123-5:28-lti80 QTHINCS TO DO - PROM? c'AnyWhere Like Heavenv y Michele Turner Prom 1975 theaded by co-chair- nien Bill Pekrul and myself? was held on the 24th of May, earlier than most of our proms. The week before was extremely hot, but we all sweated it until every last detail was worked out. The VVednesday before the prom was so hot that almost all the murals on the walls fell down. When we saw this, all we could do was stand there with our mouths open, Then the '75 seniors came in to lend a helping hand, which was greatly appreciated. We got rubber cement and plenty of tape and rebuilt the whole scene. The prom turned out just fine. , - I . , , i 15 ip' ef ? if ,. Y! I1 f . flfif 1 I 3,119 , 42 ,L l 'S W ' ' iff , . ii T J 1 491 .' f. il .7 "in-v-, J' Other years the dining was done in the cafeterias and the dancing in the gym, but we had both in the gym. We had previously planned it all out and found we had enough room. We ate the food that our mothers kindly contributed, and we danced to the music of "Brandywine',. AL, I 1975-76 STUDENT COUNCIL C. H. MORTON jewelers 317 Main St., Ct. Barrington 528-2143 Ing OPPOSITE PACE - TOP LEFT: We used all the colors of the rainbow for our murals Kim W'illiams mixed up some special color for her mural, MIDDLE: Andy Chase, Sandy Briggs, Kim Williams. and others n ade the paper flowers that bordered most of our murals BOTTOM: In order to lower the ceiling. we hung wide strips of navy blue crepe paper, RIGHT TOP: Dave Edelman and Amy Niac- Donald needed a little assistance from waitress Betty Gower. BOTTOM: Karen Hyatt, Brian Coons, and joe YanDeusen were Caught with the buffet dinner by the Technicolor photogra- pher. PICTURE THIS PACE: Barbara Haeclier was Chosen prom queen. She is sur- rounded by her Court - Nlari Candee, Polly Cary, judy Boardman, and Karen Hyatt. ' I WH: un HRK NEA ' f..g'.1f ,. A E' ,r W" 1 1.55 ' VE J '-1 T?-is t av sf-uf 5+ ' qt ws. 1- ' K 5 W . K 5 'A I p - 51' .- l . 3 ltthtml. . 1 Q A5 , K 0 5 ' ., ll .I V .hi - SHEFFIELD PHARMACY SHEFFIELD MARKET William Silk, jr. Fruits 61 Vegetables Sheffield, MA A Full Line of Choice Xleats D 44 I tTHINGS TO DO - ACTIVITIESD S MARCHING BAND tbelowl, performing un- der jeanne Malnati, was joined by the fall cheerleaders to give the October II Monument Mountain spectators a half-time show, Instruc- tor: Mr. Wartella. STUDENT TUTORS tbelow - middlel spend some of their free periods helping younger stu- dents with academic subjects. STANDING: Wanda Mintz. Catherine Bartow, Mary-Anne O'Connell, Diane Barth, Steve Brown, Ellen Pedersen, Kathy Pedersen, Pam Germain, Joanne O'Connell, Ann Finn, Tania Shiminski, Mike Lewis, Cecilia Anson, Lisa Hils, Rebecca Cook, Regina Bassett. SEATED: Chris Smith, Nadine Griffin, Karen Champigny, Shari Boi- beaux. Adviser: Mr. Krol. STUDENT TRAINERS help Mr, Duchardt in preventing and caring for athletes injuries. tTwo pictures at bottoml With wrestlers Alan Ziegler and Richard Candee, student trainers jim Collingwood, Margaret Cary, tTrainer Du- chardtl, Denise Davenport, Pam Gauthier, and Ann Pederson. 11 I HI TQ it ,N Q5 I4 41 ea I. . ., 5- . f is 4 L 'PP' aa- P. I , .,. ,, l Tips I l SHEFFIELD POTTERY BOB'S CLOTHING STORE THE COUNTRY BOOKSTORE ELM COURT INN Route 7 Largest Selection of Formal South Egremont, MA Swiss - German - American Sheffield, MA Rentals - Proms, Weddings our 528-3556 Cusine Specialities - jeans Open 7 Days A Week Rt 71, No. Egremont, MA Canaan, CT H 528-1094 Faculty Ofa Discount to Students 6: LITERARI'CI.UBxxas UHlttIillt'll ln Xli Hayward lor the purpose- nl liuttiiig tliie he-st of student writing into pulmlislii-fl loriu KA! le-ltl lfrik Uoldrinu. Nlilw Salfiiiaiui Blanche Cloexsey, Claudia Swan. Si lx i.i I-11- genhergcr. Sir Hayward. Brian tarlaigaii Absent: Andy Black, X irginia Iilaclt Tony Sadera. Dennis Irxine. joy Eigffrton Q MARCHING BAND had janice Seiger and Laurie joyce carrying the Mount Exerett colors at the Monument Mountain Qanies half-time show lpicture this page - far leftl. OEA's state coordinator, Chuck Allen. Came by one day last fall to speak and present a slide show on the OEA organiza- tion, 1.-Xt left - topl The OEA group with Mr, Allen. 7TH AND STH GRADE COOKING CLUB under Mrs Brigham, Nlrs Fairchild. and Miss Figueiredo needed a planning ses- sion hefore the actual cooking hegan iAt left - hottonil A len niemhers from the larger group, Alicia Hoag, Tamie Kelsey. Kurt Vermeulen, Kelly tfonsolini. Michael Percy. Robby Ryan D JS PIZZA WARREN 61 MACCHI BUILDERS JENNIFER HOUSE GREENlFIEI.D'S IQXRD 6: C IFT Church St Canaan CT INC Distinclixe C ifts and Gtr liairiiigtoii, N1 X Pizza Grinders Spaghetti General C ontractors Xunt Xhigail s Attic 824 0239 Rt 4 Sheffield M A C ountrx C lothes 413 229 2111 C t Barrington MA 45 KTHINGS TO DO - FASHIONSl Vearing The Look y Rick Du all THIS PAGE - TOP LEFT: Angel boiidant e pattiliuork skirt u hire tor? xi ith pattliuork col- lar and tufts A tletiniteli the patclixxork look TOP MIDDLE: Paul Zigniand - Pro Keds. tiiffed pants that hang "just right.-A snappy patteriied shirt, soccer hall - the actixe look TOP RIGHT: Gail Bathetti - those "oh-so- coiiiff' hoots, well-faded jeans. open denim jacket. light-colored hiitton-down shirt. dark tiirtleneck - the denim look BOTTOM LEFT: Rich Cfandee - hlatk all-purpose shoes. tontrasting white pants, hold-striped ix 3 sweater. open shirt collar - that ten-foot-tall look NIIDDLE: Paul Xiielke - broken-in work shoes. longfenough jeans. super-cozy tur- tlenetk so eater - the ready-for-winter look BOTTOM RIGHT: Remo Pizzichemi - bas- kethall sneakers. sharp-looking tan pants. semi- open shirt. ribbed turtleneck - the come-and get-me look OPPOSITE PAGE - LEFT: Da- xid Matson - Hush Puppies. flared pants. Y- neck pullox er sweater. shirt with collar out - rf.'L"Af genuine country gentleman look RIGHT TOP: Mr Seax ey - Puma treads. plaid pants. Mt Exerett short-sleex ed shirt. gym teachers whistle, soccer hag - the Mr Seavey look, BOTTOM: Pam Roots - well-broken-in shoes. jeans. nifty leather belt. silky patterned shirt- the together look, nina' N.- fr "- ,,f9'i-WL' aw' .nfl "YQ 'r 5 . FY1. "I 'k"i .5 Q':t',"?!?'.:-'EFLVFL 'l' . ' . ' , .. ?'5' Q- ff ilk' f J , .1 I ' -'.-e- f' ' vxfgg, V. FU' 4 4 ju A? B. :fig Compliments of ORCHARD SHADE - GUESTS BIANCHYS D. E. MARTIN THE SHED RESTAURANT Maple Ave. Men's and Boys' Clothing Excavating Sheffield, MA. 01257 Women's Apparel Sheffield, MA. Tel. 413-229-8463 200 Main Sf., Canaan, CT. 06018 46 i J. pf M 13 -: .sill-?"','1 i V, 'x ,,4.', 1 li' in I xiii gs 011 QV' , n V" ' 49,2 .... in I zqr'3"'Q o 1,1-'La-'M '. l'q .fi .uh 3 X oi 'l . pw." X 4 . . ww NK'-nal.. . f'-:mai ,Q wi' 2 'Q -x ' fl' .- ru C' 'H V QA v - Aj. , " K l1': " 4 4 ' 1- . 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Heyrna ln the Spring of the year, a yearbook pho- be shooting usable material. He must deal tographer comes to the staff with very limited with variable confrontations and keep good experience A photographer must first be communication between himself and the edi- trained in the mechanics of a camera and then tor. in composition. During his training, he must ' " L. ' - Q' . . .v 'Vw r I J GQ' n ' is -wma' Z 1 it .f X A 1 I A photographer is confronted with varied lev- els of cooperation from his subjects, ranging from none to complete cooperation. Sandy Dellert Cbelowj who is an example of lowest level of cooperation resorted to outside help to hide her face from the camera. Kim Williams taboveh refused to be shot by me, although I tried several times. Chris Smith was a little more willing. I got one shot off Cupper right? before she noticed the camerag she then lowered her head and closed her eyes. Then out of desperation, she picked up a ruler to hide her face. ZIP' ! ," 0 .K r - Wt xx 1 , i l i if ,I 5 .11 . , Q 3 . it . V , 14 . 1-'r . -lf ". - 1 A + -. . . ff' .J I if . X .iq The next level of cooperation is a pyramid trightl built by the photo-journalism class dur- ing one of its shooting sessions. This event is stagedg however, it is not complete coopera- tion. There was a tenth person present. but she refused to cap the pyramid. Her reasoning was that it was a windy day and she was wearing a dress. Almost on the same level of cooperation is the event of one personfs creating a situation for the photographer at the expense of another person. Mr.Davis and I were shooting a seventh grade class. jackie Boibeaux was in the process of blowing a bubble tmiddle leftj when Joann Lemmerman popped it, covering jackie-'s face with gum tbottom leftb. . f . N L U'- :ll- 1.. 11.--1 g 1 N sf, Next is complete cooperation. On a cold fall day, we had a bomb scare that forced students outside. One class, in order to keep warm, hud- dled together with Richard Sturchio in the middle. Noticing me with my camera, they asked me to take a picture. I obliged with the picture you see at the upper left, ""'l 1 Q I v w 1 I F -. -11-iv 0 T Now the ultimate. This is complete coopera- tion with a little extra. At left George Warner shows off his biceps with Cos in the back- ground emphasizing. Sometimes yearbook staff finds itself doing work over and over again. During a lunch period Michele Turner and I got together to take pictures of the Freshman Class officers. Michele explained to me how they were to be set up. I then shot the first three pictures at the right using minor variations. After I was fin- ished shooting, Michele told me I had set them up wrong. I retrieved the class officers and shot them to Michele's specifications tmiddle rightl. Mr. Davis found these pictures unsuitable and sent Michael Lewis to reshoot. Most people don't realize how much effort goes into producing a yearbook. Our adviser, Mr. Davis, and the editors spend many hours pre- paring the book. To relieve tension, editors Michele Turner and Rick DuVall, who double as photographers, engage in a so-called double shooting session flower rightj. N N " fw1,-t'A'-t t - ffm 'W ab it . psfiwa. ' ,gy I . -'Sn 'Jie -2' . ,ii - 5 -F -P1 , 'L 5 FM? . ,A - -.--,V q 1 , ,..A , '-11-:f.u..,.S . " 1 f--Q-.MY - ,J I gag? 1. . -,---A"',,.: -.- l',gn,- ,.5' . F3544 ggzvzy. " 21:54,-I ,,,'..157,5,:,, V '. 4 Aiffvgq Ztgv' f K '-' ' 'L , . - . ,N ' - ,N . . .un " f..J:'it ' ' Igffjfyf- mf . 4, .,1.zf4 nl - ",2,Y'.,1 ,"':" .x. nn ,iw ?'41u0- ' . .,.'-v'..'-'msn-w.,,f 4' .. uI..p1..,.- ,- A 1- , 3,-,jgyaj 4 A-1 ,fy ,f --1 , Il u-a:fAx,g.'f.,-,1+,, , . , 'fl' If III, q'.f.-- ,, , ' Ill gl.n,'1'.-.3-f .L f -. f , A -lla gulf.-A-n'. f ' ' . i. -- - U... - M- Au. tk. po ..f.v' , 1,-W V ' Y.,f- YI 2 f 'Ty' I A. .. , ' ' - ,- I, U gp-. '15 an . ,, f 1 .UF "" 1 .t.'C"-.J N, .- . . . M a.. f- x I ff -4 .- fJ,.2fJ!?'3 -1 W: .. we-, af' xt -- Wm? .'Z59'f'13'g'5' -9 qygrgv-dxf' 4-f:c",g,.:g'f. f'b51'l-N'-1G7,"'?1 '-v!"",:J - f A s f' !2.1r'-K7-f."?f 41.921 '-eiiii' if' "A 1 '1 f-:+V 1' W '- P? iv" G? 'T fr P 5'bi"'-t ' ,1 Y l QW - SENIORS Class Terri Abbott Craig Bachetti Dana Barnum Catherine Bartow Richard Bassett Catherine Beckwith john Beckwith Virginia Black Carole Blume Kevin Boibeaux Dale Bosworth Sandy Briggs Cary Broggi Richard Candee Sally Carlson Laura Carson D2 Being a senior is a pretty special thing. Seniors spend most of their time ordering senior portraits, being measured for caps and gowns, and choosing the class song. Seniors are given the special honors of working on the yearbook and the class play. The senior year is a time for mak- ing new friends and getting used to the idea of leaving old ones. In the class of '76, we are very lucky in that the people in the class are really worth getting to know. Our class gets along very well. Everybody in the class pulls together when there is something to be done. I say we really have the spirit of 76. TERRI LEE ABBOTT, 1-9-58, Drxrlid 3 llnrlil 3, OEA 12 CRAIG ALAN BACHETTI. 5-31-58. Drvrlfd 3. Etlml 1 DANA WARREN BARNUNI, 4-9-551 Dry rEd 2, Prom 3, Bsktlpl 12 CATHERINE NIARGIE BARTOVV, H-12-55. l1nrRl 234. Nal11onSoc 34. SnrPly 4, Prom 3, Still-Tir 34, RICHARD BASSETT, l-3-55, CATHERINE LORRAINE BECKYVITH. ll- 6-58, DrvrEd 4. JOIIN IIARVEY BECKVVITH, 5-21-589 Bshl 24, DrvrEd 3, 1InrRl 1234. Wrstlng 2, VIRGINIA lY1ARY BLACK, 1-I3-58, Drx rEcl 3, Ilnrlll 34, OEA 4, Prom 3, Yoga 4. CAROLE MARIE BLUME, 11-7-58, DrvrEd 3, Prom 3, Yoga 4. KEVIN AIITCHELL BOIBEAUX, 9-15-58g Art 4, Bsbl 14, HnrRl 4, Prom 3, StdtTtr 4. DALE COZZENS BOSVVORTH, 10-13-58: VVrsllng 4. TINA MARIE BRANDT. 4-5-58g DrvrEd 2. OEA 22, Slcllrkifle 1234, Yoga 4, SANDY BRIGGS, 5-28-58g ClsTreas 4, XCntry 2, Fldllky 34 - Capt 4, HnrRl 234. Sftbl 123, VVrstlng 34 - fxlngr 3. GARY PAUL BROGGI, 8-12-581 Band 1, Boys State 3, DrvrEd 3. Ftbl 1234, HnrRl 3, Prom 3. RICHARD WARREN CANDEE, IO-23-57: Bsbl 1234, DrvrEd 2, Ftbl 4. HnrRl 24, Wrstlng 334. SALLY JEAN CARLSON, 12-15-58: DrvrEd 3, HnrRl 1234, Prom 3. StdtAide 4, StdtTtr 234, XMas Tea 3. Yrbk 4. LAURA LYNN CARSON, 9-15-58: FldHky 2. SnrPly 4, Prom 3, Yrbk 4. ROBERT CARTER. I-17-58: DrvrEd 3. HnrRl 1. MARGARET CARY, 6-6-58: DrvrEd 3. FIdHky 4 - Trnr, Clisktbl 1234, Prom 3, Yrbk 4. CATHY DIANE CASTONGUAY. 8-30-55: HnrRl 34. GEORGE A. CAUL. 9-30-58. JAMES TABER COLLINGYVOOD. 12-9-55g Bsbl 1234, XMasTea 3, DryrEd 3, Ftbl 123. HnrRl 1234, Judo 1. SnrI'ly 34. XYrstling 234. GEORGE R. COOK. 1-13-55: Bsbl 12. JAMES MICHAEL COSGRIFF. l-4-55: Boy 's Slate 3, DrvrEd 3, llnrRl 1234, NatHonSoc 34. JEFFREY KINGDON CRAYYFORD, T-16' 58. JUNATHAN DAVID DENIINC. -Sell-55. Band 12, DrvrEcl 3. RICHARD R. DUYALL, 10-4-55, 155131 1234. XlNILlS'lIPLl 3, ClsTreaS 1. Clsl'rc's 3, Fllvl 34. l1nrRl 1234, NatHonSoe 34, Snrl'l5 234. Prom 3, Yrlwk Execlfll 4. Prom, 1975, was one of the major undertak- ings of the Class of 1976. Dana Barnum mat left1 helped do low as well as high work. KSENIGRSP Robert Carter Niargaret Cary Cfathy Castonguay ames Collingwood George Cook james Cosgriff jellrey Crawford jonathan Deming Richard DuYalI joy Egerton Herbert Eichstedt Cynthia Fazzina Joan Fennell Ann Finn X f 3. 5-5' ":. Jw R. Kathleen Fletcher jane Goldsmith Lori Guerra Cynthia Cuidi Tina Culotta Terry Hankey fmt-I "E"' ' xx- 4? Q x iff' tb gf? TAY Nr-'ff 1 QU' 7 5: JOY IIELENE ECERTON. Fi-27-35. lS.m1l ll. Ilnrlll 4. OEA 4. Prom 53 YVILLIANI JOHN ECERTUN. ll-3-36. HERBERT YY. EICHSTEDT. I3-1311-38. llnrlil 13. CYNTHIA JEAN FAZZINA. 53-530-33, llrlrlll 4. Neuspr 73. JUAN MARIE FENNELI.. I3-4-38. X'Xlus'l'c'u 53, CflsYlIrc'5 2.IDrvrEclS3.Fltll1ky lf. lll1rRl 12. UICA 4. Prom 23. Stclttfnt-l l. StcltTtr 3 ANN NIARIE FINN. 5-25-55. cillfltllljl, 12-3. XNIusTea 53. CZISSQ-Q 12, Drx rEcl 53. Ilnrlll 12534. NutHonSoc 34. SnrPly 2. Prom 53. Stcltihlcl S34 - Pres 4. StcltTtr 234. KATHLEEN MAY FLETCHER. 3-15-55. HnrRl 4. JANE COLDSMITH. 9-12-58, Art 4. DrvrEd 3. LORI NI. GUERRA. 1-22-58. Buntl 1253. Cllirltlng 253, XNlasTea 3. CZISSQJQ l. Drx'rEcl 2, FlclHl4y 12. HnrRl 1. Judo 1. OEA 4. Prom S3 CYNTHIA JEAN CUIDI, 10-l 1-581 DrvrEcl 3, HnrRl l. StcltAicle 123. TINA MARIE CULOTTA. IU-IT-58. Art 2534. Clilclng 23 Q Capt 53. XNlasTeu 23. CIISSQ-c 34. Drx rEtl HnrRl 1234. SnrPly 234. Prom 3, Sftbl 3. StcltAide 4. SttltTtr 4. Yrbk 4. TERRY LYNN HANKEY. 6-1-55. HnrRl 4. UEA 3. ROSEANNE KATHERINE HATCH. 1-21-55. DrvrEd 3, HnrRl 1234. OEA 234 - Chair 4. Prom 3. StdtAide 1234. SUSAN CATHERINE HEATH. 3-21-58. HnrRl 3, OEA 234 - Chap 4. ERIC VAN VELCK HEYMAN. 12--'31-57. Rsbl 24. DrvrEd 2, HnrRl 2534. XYrstlng 534. Yrhk 4. MATHIAS JOSEPH HITCHCOCK. T-I3-55. DrvrEd 3. Ftbl 1. HnrRl 1. Prom 33. StcltTtr l KEITH T. HYATT. 6-14-55. XNlusTea 53. XCntry 1, Drx'rEcl 3. DEBRA ANN KEEFNER. 6-28-58. DrvrEcl 3. HnrRl 234, OEA 234. RANDALL LEE KOLDYS. 10-23-55. Bslml 12334, XMasTea 3. DrvrEtl 3. HnrRl 4, Prom 3. Bsktlml 12534 - Capt 4. CompNlntr 53. RUSSELL JAMES LEFFINCYYELL. S-19-55: Drx'rEtl 3. MICHAEL PAUL LEININC. 2-l 1-58. XNIQIS- Tea 3. Drx'rEcl 2. HnrRl 2. Prom 53. Rslxtlwl MICHAEL JONATHAN LEWIS. ltJ-l0- S XNlasTeu 23. DrvrEcl 3. HnrRl 23, SnrI'ly Prom 3. StcltTtr 4. Yrhlx 4 - Phut LYNN ELIZABETH MACDONALD. 2-lk 59, Runcl 1, Chrldng 14. tflsSa-t' 2, DrxrEtl 2 IlnrRl 4. SnrPly 4. Prom 4 - tiutflmlr Sttltifncl 4 - Treas. Yrlmlx 4. E Crntl 4 JEANNE NIARIE NIALNATI. ll-130-55. BJ l 1234 f Jr.Rn-p 53. YPres 4, XXl.uTt-413. Drx rl tl 3. lInrRl 53, Snrl'lx 53. Prom I3 MICHAEL E. MARLO'I'l'I. ll-27-ST. Drx rl tl 2. Burial 53 On the Technicolor Studio field trip. Kim VVilliams snapped thc piclurc of Tina Cu- lotta tlarge picture at left! in thc moving bus. The constant vibration of the bus was ox cr- come with an f2.S setting and a If l25 wt-oml shutter. QSENIORSD Roseanne Hatch Susan Heath Eric Heyman Mathias Hitchcock Ernest Nott Keith Hyatt Debra Keefner Randall Koldys Russell Leffingwell Michael Leining Michael Lewis Lynn MacDonald Jeanne Malnati JoAnn Martin Robert McDonnell Phillip Melendez YVancla Nlintz Robert O'Brien Mary-Anne 0'Connell john Paterson Eric Pedersen 56 -IOANN I.lClI,I.1', NIARIIN. 111711-A XNlgis'1'c'L1f1 1Jnr1i413 lflillllv, 1 llmlil 14 01114. 1'rnm-1,S1mlt1tr 4 1rlv1x 1-f 11114 Xlrngr ROBERT JUIIN NlfIDONX1iI,1.. 1121-35 , . .. ,. - PIIII,I,lP PADI. Nll:I.1',NlJl.L 1-In-A Drxrlfml -3, llnr 111 F31 YVANDA .XXX NHXTZ, T-25-35. XNl11Qllm-,1 3 Drxrlfcl 53, llnrlll 12I34.Nat11nr5ov23-4 l'run1 '3 Sltlal 1""3 iiRNiisT'FR44N1.i'x Novi. 5-4-as RoBi:RT ciioacii 0'BRI1iN. 12,5-57 Drxrlfcl 53. llnr 111 1253 MARY-ANNIC PRUDENCE 0'CONXliLL. 5- 7-581 XN1aS'l'va 23. Drxrlfcl 3, 1-'lclllky 1234 Hnrlll 12534. Nnt11uruSou2534 f1'rf-s 1, 51111714 24, lJI'HI113. 51111123 f Xlngr.5tc1tClncl 12534 Y '11rc'as3, Sm' 4, Stcllilurrllm -'34, Stmltfmx llvp 4 Stmllllr 2534, NYrst1ngI34 - Xlngr. Yrlmlx 4 4 If xcc lfrl, jim Collingwood was waiting tat lefty with the help of a chaulk-marked brick' wall. Nii- chele Turner managed an appropriate angle for the senior-looking-out-at-the-world com- position. f -f"'. E , Liam , 1 La, 41 n.. ,,., JL 109,96 .4 Ph'0Ff"1' wiki 'E ,-- -sv lSENIORS7 Ntilliam Pekrul Becky Peterson Nlichael Phillips Nlary Pixley Susan Pratt jim Roots Craig Salisbury Keith Salzman Niaria Sierau David Smith Lorraine Smith Debora Spigarolo Sandra Stevens Kimberley Storti Thomas Sullnan jennifer Thompson 'fri I Q- 'wp--sr . N' Yearbook Editor-in-Chief Michele Turner went out to take community pictures lsee pages 4-73 one late November afternoon. At one place in Ashley Falls fpicture at right? where the river twists crazily through the flat land, she found a lagoon with strange. or- ange-colored fish in it. v 73"- o-"'r 'f . in gf 'Z 4,6- . - i 1 1, V. V Ll r N - 'Y JOHN WILLIAN1 PATERSUN. F3-25-55 15,111 1234, XN1JsTc-gn 3, fQ1sY1'rn-s 1. Drxr1fm1 I 1"111111xy 12534 -CfoCI,1p!4. 11nr1i1 1234. Snr1'1y 4, Stc1t.-Mix 4, XYrst1m.1?34. Yrbk 4 ERIC .IAN PEDERSEN, 4-4-55. DrxrEc1 2 YVILLIAM ALBERT PEKRLI.. 10--I-55. XN1usTvu 53, Cllsljrvs 1, Cf1sX'1're-s -34. Hnr1i1 T34. SnrP1y 234, Prom I3 f IIHIIIILIIT. Stcltilnfll 2 BECKY ELIZABETH PETERSON, U-ll!-35 NIICHAEL PHILLIPS, H-19-55 INIARY PIXLEY. 9-2-55. DrxrEr1 3, 151111 3 - Mngr. Judo 1, Stall.-Xidc 1253 SUSAN HAZEL PRATTII. 6-53-58. 11nrR1 13 JANIES TRAVIS ROBINSON. 2-1-57 KIMBALI. ROBINSON, 53-S31-58 JIM ROOTS. 1-5-58, Rullcl 1253. XN1.1STe'u 53. DrvrEc1 2, Hnrlil 2, Prom S3 CRAIG SALISBURY. 11-26-57 KEITH PREYER SALZNIANN, 2-16-55. Xllntry 12. DrvrEc1 2, HnrR1 1234. THONIAS A. SANFORD. 5-15-58 MARIA LOUISE SIERAU. T-S3-59, DrxrEc1 4. Hnrlkl 124, Snrljly 4, Prom 2, Erflrud 4 DAVID ALLEN SMITH, 6-11-55, 135111 2. DrvrEc1 3, Ftbl 534 - Cufiupt 4, Snrljly 4, Prom 53, NN'rst1ng 234 - Cufiupt T34 LORAINE SMITH, 6-14-58. XmusTeu 53. DrvrEc1F3, Hnrlil 334, Prom 3, 5ft11lr34, Yrlmlx 4. DEBORA MARGARET SPICAROLO. 1-28- 58, XMasTea 3. Hnrlll 2534, NutHonSnc 34, Prom 3. SANDRA LYNN STEVENS, 6-IT-57, HnrR1 53. OEA 1234 - Tre-as 4. KIMBERLEY C. STORTI, 5-27-58, OEA 24. THOMAS PATRICK SULLIVAN, 5-18-57, 135191 1, XMasTeu 3, DrxrEc1 2, F1191 1234. SnrP1y 4, Prom 3, Stclt.-Xdx' 34, Compfxinlr 3. Ac1vBoarc1Ec1 4, Yrbk 4, JENNIFER THOMPSON, 9-28-58, Drx rEnl 53, HnrR1 23, Prom 3. CLAYTON ROBERT TRAC, 11-SU-58, 13.11141 1. Xnu1sTvu 3, Drx'rEc1 33. Ftlml 134. Bsktlwl 23 GUY DAVID TRAC, 12-53-59, Ciunlp 124, HnrR1 124, XYrst1ng 4. ErCruc1 4 lSEXIORSl Nlichele Turner Barry YanDeusen john YanDeu5en William YanDeu5en George Warner jonathan Weinstein Lucinda Wellington Scott Wilkinson Kimberly Williams Patricia Winterbottom Robert Wuori Alan Ziegler Fawn Ziegler Don Zigmand 60 1 J fe 52- 'ai 1 O 5 3 f or -- X. fn. S .QL I Portraits by TECIHNICOLOR STUDIO OF PHOTOGRAPHY. Springfield. NIA a-.-Q - - v iff, f 1 . v 1 1 1 1 - , x sum N . 5 MICHELE MARY TURNER, 2-27-581 Chrldng 1234 - Capt 4, XNlasTea 53, DrvrEd 2. CBsktbl 12, HnrR1 1234. NatHonSoc -34. Prom 3 - CoChair. StdtCnc1 34 - YPres 4. Yrbk 4 - Editor-in-Chief, BARRY VV. VANDEUSEN, B-4-55, XCIIIU 12. DrvrEd 3. VVrstlng 4. IOHN THONIAS VANDEUSEN, 33-13-55, DrvrEd 3, HnrRl 4, Prom r3. YVILLIANI GEORGE VANDEUSEN. 2-13- 5Tg DrvrEd 3. C-EORCE CARL YVARNER. 10-25-58. Rand 112. Comp 3, DrvrEd 3. HnrR1 234, judo 1. Wrstlng 2234. JONATHAN K. VVEINSTEIN. 12-15-57. Ftbi 4. Wrstlng 3. LUCINDA V. WELLINGTON. 11-16-57. DrvrEd 2, OEA 4, Prom 3. SCOTT A. VVILKINSON, 2-6-555: DrvrEd 2 KINIBERLY ANN YVILLIAMS. 10-16-53. Rand 1234, Chrldng 123. XNlasTea 3. Drx rEd 13. CBsktbl 2534, HnrR1 24. SnrPli 234. Prom 53. Softbl 12, Yrbk 4. PATRICIA ANN YVINTERBOTTONI. 11-29- 58. XMasTea 3 - Chair. C1sTreas 23. CI1sPres 4,DrvrEdf3,F1dHky 2.1-InrRl 1234. 5nrP1y 224. Prom 3. StdtTtr 234. Wrstlng 4 ROBERT WVILLIANI YYUORI. 2-33-55. Xfintry 12. Drx'rEd 3. HnrR1 534 ALAN DONALD ZIECLER. 11-29-57. DrvrEd 2, Ftbl 12334. Wrstlng 234 FAWN CATHLINE ZIECLER. 11-ti-56. Drvrfld 2. HnrR1 12134. CEA 2534 - Pres 4. StdtAide 234. StdtTtr l. Nt1tHonSoc 34. StdtAdx' 12. DON E. ZICNIAND. 9-25-55, 135111 234. Ftlil 34. Prom 3. Rsktiml 2534 - tfoliapt 4 During the October ll Monument Mountain game tpicture at leftt. with 6:01 to go. Monument! quar- terback gambles with a pasa in an attempt to gain the 22 yards needed and keep the necessary possession of the ball. Niount Exerett senior. Dave Smith 1621 goes up in an at- tempt to deflect or block the pass. Mount Everett's defeme held at did the 7-0 score. 61 UNIORE THINGS TO DO - SPRING SPORTS1 Softball Rises . . Baseball Slides by Rick Duvall It seems only fitting that. in the year of the Equal Rights Ammend- ment and Title 622, the girls should finish with JY and Varsity records of S-O and fi-T, respectively, while the boys teams went 5-15 QIV1 and 3-18 LVD. If you went to the games, howev- er, you would see that our baseball failures came as a result of formida- ble opposition rather than a lack of effort on our part. As for the girls, all we can do is applaud. BELOYV: Third baseman Cary Farnum shows how much effort the Eagles put into this season tnote straining neck musclesb. Pitcher is Randy Koldys. OPPOSITE PACE - TOP LEFT: In- fielder Laurie johnston - rifle arm cocked and ready to explode. TOP RIGHT: Airborn number 51 Pat Brown - sheys so good she doesn't have to watch the ball. MIDDLE: Bri- an Coons strides into a St. joels pitch. BOT- TOM: Who says that jY's don't concentrate? Not mel Concentraters are Diane Barth, Rose Cappadona, Donna VVichman. Kathy Miller, Posey Connell, Angel Soudant, Tina Gulotta, VVanda Mintz. X 1 Q s 1-1... if I I M A ,rl S " 4' ff:-uni-..f, 4-I.. .- A4 X 4 4 1 4 . 4 I I' XDER DEPARTMENT STORE THE CLOTHES LOFI' DOMINICK'S FRUITS 81 Warmest Congratulations to the Canaan. CT "Quality Fashion Outlet" VEGETABLES BICENTENNIAL CLASS OF 1976 313 Main St.. Ct, Barrington, MA Canaan. CT from the Staff of tlfpstairs Above Harpers Pharmacy? IUC END IN THE BEBKSHIRES 413-528-0880 A112 .-X15 .-X18 .n 1 2 1 211 1 as 1 37 17 :.,,, fl-1 - A 77 " .. - f "ffl M10 X7 5 111 +1-aww A :wi .1 1 111-2 M5 A 7" 'Q 177141 ' -1 ,Q . " 11115 -1 'J ' ff '11 ' - 17-J 11-72 M-74 111711 M79 1975 vm A7 A. 0 1 5 1 1 M14 M16 M19 M90 M21 M77 M73 f 111 91 4 1 M28 SfII1liDU1,l'I f 11175 B.XS1'QBA1.1, 11111 1Y11111'11111111 1 -111 111I.111I11111 1-N 17l111' 1J1g1111N 1151, 1 . 1 ' 1,1.. 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A MACY'S GARAGE C111np1in11'11ts of SIIOPPICITS GUIDE and KYVIK 1N11l111 51, ARMY AND NAVY PRINT S111'ffie111, MA Gt. 13arri11gto11, MA 111 13215119 51 121. 13urri11gt1111, MA o 6 QTHINCS TO DO - FALL SPORTS? Football Has Best Season Ever Without a doubt the highlights of this falls sports scene were those of our mighty Eagles on the football field. finishing with a 5-I3-1 record. Not to he overshadowed. the field hockey team also posted a winning record, S-6. As for the cross country team. we admit that a won-lost re- cord of 1-12 does not win awards, but if you look beyond the statistics you will see a fifth place finish in the Berkshire county meet and a squad full of freshmen and sophomores. BELOW' - LEFT: A weary Sandy Dellert strides hack to battle with her trusty stick. MIDDLE - TOP: Guard Dave Smith and tackle Carl Seigcr flank halfhack Dave Watson after one of XYatson's touchdowns. BOTTOM: Pat Brow n holds two field hockey teams on the 4 y -1.-L. ?T w , ,BPVW -fda. 1975 FIELD HOCKEY S19 Mt. Creylock 0--1 S23 Lee 1-6 S30 Pittsfield -1-Oo 033 Nlt Creylock 0-6 UT Housatonic Valley -1-lo U10 Lee 1-3 01-1 Taconic 2-'00 015 Pittsfield 11-1' 017 Pittsfield 4-0' 021 Mt. Greylock 2-ti 022 Taconic 5-00 024 Taconic Hills -1-0' 028 Lee l-2 031 Taconic 5-Oo end of her stick yersus Housatonic Valley. Oth- er players are Gwen O'Connell. Diane Barth. Sandy Briggs, Kelly Consolini. Laurie john- ston. and julia Eline. RIGHT: Mt. Everetts top runner, Tony Culotta, leads Paul Batacchi and a pack of Lee Wildcats. vig' SCHEDULE 1915 FOOTB ALL 7 ga B I i L hath im Md ann St Pine Plains Nlonument Putnam I ommerce Doyer Plains I"IUl1Sl1Ol11C. X illey Mountain 1975 CROSS COUNTR1 N S7 Su 7 75 J 1 l 7 7 7 BY" Mt Creylock Ticonic Hoosic Lee Lenox Monument Mt ee Wahconah Lenox Drury XVahconah Pittsfield Monument Mt 30 WINS TIE Z6 037 196 078 1019 7i 0 1414 ng 99 37 50 73 15 Ql"":r Wi- s ' 'Y S srl 'ftif 2-qi b-5 .wks-Q ' VS H1 LLER 6: TAYLOR THE GANS COMPANY WILLIAM BARBERIS BARRINCTON FOOD CENTER C t Barrington. MA. Whirlpool Appliances Antiques Gi Restoring Fancy Fruits 81 Vegetables Furniture - Homegas Service Refinishing of Antiques Furniture Choice Meats 31 Railroad St., Ct. Barr., MA. Main St., Sheffield, MA. Imported Beer 61 Wines Tel. 528-0313 Tel. 528-0225 ff f5"2"'w. ' ' "' 'f ri - . ...f .fu - an -1+ J ,av ""' H' YQ ' f 3 M Q Q 4' Qu ' 4' , iv f 0' ' 'Q "ff Q ' '-1 .4 ' W ' ' . . ' W nf x Q Q. 'fir' vw . an yay It 3 13 'A ' I ' 43 4 ' . ' Eff' 4 W. , , I, . , we fig, . ku 4. x A '-1.-' Q Q . 15 u I A o F., , -Q GIORE THINGS TO DO W INTER SPORTSt VVrestling nd Girls Basketball Thrill Crowds During the xx inter sports sea- son. the t-ron tls .nl Xlount Ever- ett were treated to some ex- tr.iortlin.n'y contests. such as the xxrestling xit-tories over Xlonu- inent Xlt 0353-24 antl Housa- tonit- Yalley Q35-2-lx Our girls tlishetl out a 53-1--'33 defeat to Nlonunient. won 535-F30 in over- tirne against Lenox, hut lost a thriller to Drury 49-50. ln acltlition to a fine spectator season this year. we can proh- ahly look forward to a super- season next year - with inost of our starters returning. .The hoysi team had not gotten a vic- tory before our tleaclline. but it was not for lat-lc of effort. as any spectator would sayf PICTL-RES - TOP ROYY: Pat lirnxxii. snrrountletl lu H-iosati Valley tletentl- ers. Stew Broun rnornenmriljt rising .rltoxe the St Aloe Cirusatlers. Cfheer- lt-.rtler 'lanite Seiger. eheertng - tthat else' Date Watson .intl the perleut left- hantletl laxup. Ellen Petlersen inoxing 3 J wut, -l-'lin latrfstili scoring. lat liroxxn hoping OPPOSITE PACE - EPPER NIIDDLE: Don Ziginantl getting in ti ten gootl litlts against Xlonurnent Xlt. Karl llolst-tQrulwlve shouuig the troutl what wrestling is .ill ahout LOYYER MIDDLE: Daw Snnth getting his pin against Nalislvury Sthool BUTTONI: l.1sallallltlMtn-f'-i!'i'oiiwtloxxritlirlane Tlllb PACE: L l'ti1'!twNx the Eagles are xxllllvas lull lil'1l'i'llf.lIl2L H.iIltl'x Rltltlli A I -- .ire still nunilier one arountl here D. 6: I. Mobil Station Rt, 23 5 41 C-rants Cm Plaza Great Barrington So Egremont D 11 721' 326 7.511 -Q - I ,H ' A -2 , - - kv ' .x. l11S'11 V V I N - 1'1I11l I ,Y . 01" xIO11l1I11f'I11 X11 .71 . cf - Le-rlox .- Drury 5' .5 .ce I '1'L1cu11ic I - ' A S , 1 . ,5, 17 11 5 1 .. 5 1 W 1 - 1 "-S23 nf fv- ' 1 J B.XSKIfTB,XLI. 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'x 5- AYYARD S C REDITS David Funk Wins Seventh in Freestyle 4- P. x 'V' Q x Q X ' A' ,fre 40 Mary-Anne O'Connell .di-m e. tmp goes to I3-'ibm ,rs Student Cm ernment D413 Repre- Xf'IltdtlXr' Niaurica Paul rude Black Creek tr- lvewme Intermedmte jwlnifwr Cih.4rnpi0n .rt the Hnsterrn Smtes Exp:-Sitiwn Daxid Funk Flilrlf phned sex enth In the Irlterre- gl-'ual Pref-Qtyle QQheunpmr1il'1ip5 4.39, Cary Broggi. Bill Pclarul. anal jim Cosgrill tlwlmxl l't'pr'c-sc-Iiteml Nluunt lfxerett at Buys' State in june, 1975. George Warner lflllllll n-et-iwtl tlie lllllINL'll .mtl l,4nliil1St'ix'llct' fxxxartl. Ann Finn liar riglltl Xtllll tlie .Mull USlnapim.: .XIllt'flL'lliS lslllllll'-U essay emit:-Nl anal i'eu'iu'cl tile- D.-Xll axxarcl. f'i fa. , if , U i . 8 , X ' Xxx N 'X ex.: L " ' -any ,H an-, Q . , 1, A l ' L2--it' . ' l id -- if f' 'QQ L s 'wr 'ls -1- i - -lv .: - 4' , Q ' .ala QQ ' 'sf P ff hs ry' YA E xy 10 K I. 5? is .L ...hbf HIGH HONORS Llirst semester, 1975-T63 fftlmwb B: Dale VVarner, Eric Heyman, jim Closgrifl. Ann Film, VVamla Mintz. Delmora Spi- john Berkel, Steve Brown, Dave Watson, john Paterson. Alan Ziegler, and Carl Seiger Qalmove, middle? were selected for the 1975 All Inter-clistriet League Football Team. garmin, Catlierine Bartow, Mary-Anne O'Um- nell, lllL'llllI'4l Lemmerman, Pina Ciulntta, Sal lmpoen. F: Iilina Bassett, Martha Heymau, 3 ---Q4 , L! "':a A 95 .s V,' , V'-s Valerie Bevluxitli, Ellen Paterson, lieluu lwllll elnemi, Shari lloilx-am, Louise lusts-tt. .-X1 lllaek. Laurie jullnsteui, Blauclie llmwxey, lx ter XXX-imteiii, Brian cilllflllill. Xatalie llu Yu-ki Garrett, Laura lDuX'all ' Nr e I I A CALENDAR Feb. 24, 19 5: Mrs. Rhoades Was Teacher For 27 gf Mrs. Barbara B. Rhoades 1915-1975 FEBRUARY. 1975 14 iFJ Basketball at McCann: Varsity wins 66- 54. JVVS lose -lb-72. 15 tSt1 Dr. Kenneth C. Edelin. S36 year-old obstetrician. found guilty of manslaughter in Boston abortion case. Army attempts extermi- nation of 1.5 million blackbirds presenting health hazard in Paducah. Kentucky: 18 1Tl Basketball with Pittsfield: V loses 74-86: its lose 44-Ta. 19 AVN Basketball at Chatham: V wins 68-6TQ jk s lose f3i--19, 21 tFt Basketball at Tylonument Nlt.: V wins 69 ... y -,.- - fii, lk s lose -Ji-12. 24 All Xlrs. Barbara Pthoades. Nlt Eyerett lfnglish Department leader. dies at age 59. 25 QT' Basketball at XVahconah: V loses 59-731 'IVE lose 53-75, Nl.-XRCII. 1975 I3 All Varsity-Faculty basketball game. varsity wins in last second 66-64. 4 tTJ Charlie Chaplin, HT, knighted by' Queen Elizabeth in England. 5 WVU Cambodia on yerge of falling to Com- munist forces. 15 tStt Tycoon Aristotle Onassis. who married jackie Bouyier Kennedy' in 1968, dies at 69 of pneumonia. IS iT! Story about the CIXS S350 million ef- fort to raise sunken Prussian submarine armed with hydrogen-warhead missles released by' columnist ,lack Anderson. 25 tTl King Faisal of Saudi Arabia assassinated by his 26 year-old nephew, Prince Faisal ibn Nlusaed, 28 tStt President Ford signs tax cut bill but cites resery ations about Congress's version. at - E E WV: X March 25: The much-publicized "Harvey"' fi- nally' appeared 75 days before the Class of '75's graduation. Its appearance coincided with senior "dress-up" day: Harvey' engi- neers: Cindy' YVilliams. Karen Hyatt. Bob Gower. Scott jervas. Polly' Cary. and Gregg Birkholz. APRIL. 1975 1 tTl New gun law goes into effect in Massa- chusettsg mandatory prison sentence for illegal carrying of guns. I3 tThl World chess champion Bobby Fischer ignores the International Chess Federations deadline to accept match with Russian chal- lenger Anatoli Karpoy' and forfeits his title. 4 tFl Huge jetliner with 5305 people aboard tmostly' babies and young children! crashes in Vietnam as a result of saboutage. Snowstorm strikes Eastg no school. 5 tStJ Nationalist China's president. Chiang Kai-shek dies of heart attack. 10 tThl President Ford requests military' aid to help South Vietnam which in on the brink of military' defeat, 15 tTl In local baseball. john Paterson hits grand-slam homer for Nlt. Everett. IT tTl Cambodia falls to Khmer Rouge. For- mer Treasury' Secretary' john Connally' acquit- ted on charges of 810,000.00 bribery: 21 O19 President Thieu of South Vietnam re- signs as communist forces close in on Saigong Thieu blames US. for military' disasters. Last of L'.S. personnel airlifted from Saigon. 29 LTP Vietnam XVar is overg Saigon accepts unconditional surrender. Years MAY, 1975 8, 9, 10 QTh, F, StD Senior play, Barefoot in the Park, performed at Mt. Everett, leading roles played by Robyn Hanson and Mark Nicolai. 11 QSD Laos becomes third South-east Asian country to become communistic in recent weeks. 12 QMD American merchant vessel, Mayaguez, seized by Cambodians off Cambodian coast. May 15: NHS induction. f jUNli, 1975 3 QTD Disciplinary crackdown at Mt. Fverettg pass regulations strictly enforced, corridor loi- tering prohibited, library-social-center elimi- nated. Last day of senior exams. 6 QFD 83 seniors graduate at Mt. Everett. 10 QTD Rockefeller Commission CIA report re- leased to publicg critics say the investigation was abbreviated. june 6: QtopD Graduation practice took place outside, but graduation QbottomD was driven inside by rain. Wayne Gunn, class president, spoke to the graduating class and guests. ' ' 'Wt , ,, is-jg , 'L , .. ' .. , 155 U .. 425 'l 52' ' af , ' l A W. Zu-I 11 I' ' . . S A 'f -Ni 4 ,fl-il i -5 . ' gg v'.V v:t':':3.' ,, 4 rg? 1 ng 1 -. .- D , ,Q r 1' '.g I -it-Q1 ' Q l EJ -, .. H 5 A - JI I t S , rj F YL ifDllf5llQifr.ff 7.1 V. tg, 1 , ' . " 'r 2 ., hy- , W f .kpi i May 30: Yearbook Dance had to include things to eat. Refreshment stand attendants: Terry Zinnermon, Stephanie Wright, Vicky Bourque. 14 QWD American marines take back merchant vessel, Mayaguez. NHS sponors trip to Strat- ford, Conn. to see Romeo and Juliet. 15 QThD NHS induction, 14 new members join chapter. 24 QStD junior prom, "Anywhere like Heaven" at Mt. Everett. 30 QFD Yearbook dance sponsored by student council. .- gr -md- , '-' . ,., -.' 11 QWD Faculty beats varsity in softball game for Barbara Rhoades scholarship. 19 QThD Nuclear bomb test rocks buildings in Las Vegas. 24 QTD Northeastern Airlines 727 crash at Ken- nedy Airport in N.Y. is nations worst single- aircraft disaster - 113 dead. july and August: Vacationers in out-of-state cars made Route 7 a busy place. JULY, 1975 8 QSD Match race between Kentucky Derby winner, Foolish Pleasure, and filly, Ruffian, ends with Ruffian smashing her ankle. 9 QMD Ruffian killed after attempts to repair ankle fail. 15 QTD Apollo-Soyuz launchings take place in American and Russia. 17 QThD Apollo-Soyuz orbital craft link-up achieved. 24 QThD Dr. Roberts, school physician, dies. 25 QFD Sandisfield poultry farmer, Adriel J. Bidwell, found dead with fractured skull, po- lice investigation under way. 31 QThD Former Teamsters president, james Hoffa, missing since Wednesday evening. kid- napping or murder is feared. AUGUST, 1975 9 QStD Samuel Bronfman, son of millionaire. reported kidnapped. 12 QTD A runner named Walker sets new world mile record with 3:-19.7 time. 17 QSD Kidnapped Samuel Bronfman rescued after one kidnapper has pangs of conscience. 2.3 million in ransom recovered. tCALENDAR - CONTINUEDt September is .1 good time to :Cl -I lllmp ol' ,mditwl htlmt Lkinrd Dux all works at math. with ii.-id hotties 'Holi in prow-ss PM Broun and bands Dellert team up against an opponent. AEK' October is the middle of football season: pi- leups are part of the fun. Fun? October 330: The untimels bomb scare put students out in "freezing" weather: seventh graders learned how to shiver. U' 05.2 'wh .al t . L-3 SEPTEMBER. 1975 3 XX Ndirnil mpg-Us for ICQTS-Th turf 5 E Assassination attempt against President ford ln Lynette I-romrne. .1 follower of fharles Nlanson. is toiled ln an alert setret .tielll lf XX Xlithele Turner selected as 19ToAuri- gan eihtor-in-thief IN Th liittj. Hearst taptnred hx FRI after IS- rnonth pnrsint W3 "' -- Xl Netond tissassiriatiori .tttenipt in l. days 'its llfesltlvtll l'.'v!tl lik 45 Rrxlffflltl Nttfdlt ildllt' Nloorf- in Nan Frantisto :T Bt l3,1ll1H14't'e'flflfilesll-sf'tlcvlilrle-lltullefln Xi d.1l'llst't'N drill l?71'ilf'll lletl Sox lalit' lllt' Xinerit .in l.:-agile East honors i lv N1 l1.iseli.:ll Itltnef .itlnl Itnitittgel' fasex Ntetiiel 1llt's at N3 OCTOBER. 1975 T T Boston Red Sox uin Anierican League pennent hi beating O.il4l.ind with three straight xxins and no losses in playoffs 13 Xl Xlt Exerett beats Nlonnment Nlt in football first time exer T-U 14 iT President Fords hmosine ls struck liroadside hy another xehicle in Hartford. fionn 15 thy' fiintlllttati Reds liecome lkl't'lh1ll'N uorld champions ln defeating the Red Nix in sek ettlli game of series Stl Th Romli stare at Nlt lfxerett puts entire student lustly and tacnlts outside in told tall wind for almost an honr In November seniors held class meetings in order to organi7e for graduation. Yadine Griffin posed for a fashions picture shottomrz Nlichele Turner tools the picture of both of them. , I a 2 SL x gzvk 1, bl- 1 EW' 'K f ..-.- A 1 I was ff.: ,af . - lL'?r552. s f X 3 'f'f " 1 1' MM BEE l ' 3 F1 i if li Sl If 1 -at-yi? gg, -sc , 1' ' srl . F ,I N 5 A Q . ,I- ' tl- -4- -L. f--YQ NOVEMBER. l9T5 IH Xl Pliotoioiirrialisrii L-lass takes trip to Technicolor Studio in Springfield I2 XX l7mel1aXloral 5L'lt'llk't' class Lilies trip to Pittsfield house ol correction QU 'Th Sptnnis dictator. Francisco lfratico. the last ditttitor of Europe, dies alter prolonged illness December: john Fish let nothing. not even a bandaged hand. stop the bird-feeder project. tbelowj December 22: We went to school only to have classes cancelled. but everyone was happy to begin Christmas vacation ear- lv. 5,-A-...q'gQ-v ll ig , N J. f I, .JA .F cu ' x A Y . iii: Q ., I jeP'."A ff '4".1,:1,x r , il NL hp. A f .V ,.t+q,a I: ,, , '- C gx ir T" 4 i s , . ZW 1 1 as J 4 . DECEMBER, 1975 1 UNH President Ford visits China. 7 487 Play wright-novelist Thornton XN'ilder dies of heart attack at age 78. 18 tThJ Faculty "Awareness Dayn with Harry Wong and Dr, Fentong no school. 10 QFD Faculty yvorkshopg no school, D22 Ml? First day of yvinterg school out at 10:05 due to storm. D253 lTi School called off. Christmas Tea can- celled. D29 QMJ Bomb blast kills 11 and injures 75 at Lafluardiais airport in New York. Naturalist Fuell Gibbons dies at age 64. JANUARY. 1976 j 181.59 Pittsburgh Steeler beat Dallas Cowboys 21-17 in Super Bowl, 121 NYJ Anglo-French Commercial SST begins service from England and France. I22 QTIIJ No school due to unsafe driving condi- tionsf january: The French class put on a play for Center School younsters: included here are jonathan Weinstein, Regina Bassett. and Louise Anstett. january 19: VVe played St. joe at the Boys Club in Pittsfield: they socked us 47-72, but we scrapped. Scrappers below: Carl Seiger 1213 and Mark Massini 1251. I4 1 Jails 4 tbz-f, X k FEBRUARY. 1976 F2 KNIJ Sudden "Nor'easter" strikes Fast. no school. F4 UW Hugh earthquake rocks Guatemala. 20,000 to 40,000 people feared dead Three youths are on trial for murder of Sandisfield farmer, Adriel Bidwell Patty llearstis trial is taking place in California - two years after she nas kidnapped by a radical group F5 LTh7 Transportation Secretary William Clo- leman rules that the Anglo-French SST Klon- cordel yxill be allowed flights to this country. F13 tFJ Final yearbook deadline. American Yearbook Consultant Don Lendry picks up last 25 pages. February 6: We gave St. Joe another chance, another sock: 45-79. tDave VVatson is 35.3 -nf PEOPLE Administration SCHOOL COMMITTEE 1975-1976 XIIN Xilu' Xi liclaivrvvll XII' xxliihllll I' B.lfl'4'iii Ill Xlrx Nllilll I3 Ilmlpl Xl: X-wrm.m ll 5t'iL1l'TIll.lll Nh ll.m.mi U hlrxlnk-vii X11 K-l'it'lIl,lIi I' Xilliltk xii' l,lIl!t'N T ffuliillgxxrnd Xir lj1'll.liki V vlwyvr Dr liruu- H Pe-rsml Xlr je-lm B Rowlrr Lhairmm INDEX CAXDIDS Dr Idmrvmr I. Lmimi-vim-ix Nlr la A Y Y Tilvllldb QM11-1'i.x!i Nlr Clcwvrgv HviINI'lu'i'1 W Nwxpvrllitvmlx-rat T-wr Bllrirlv-X Xhumuer .md Tr:-.isurcr , Irxxtrm tum 1 4 A sX l I A I buf" Us v 4 , -ff if Q 1 1-WUI? Siva Sf- n f 5 WERETT , If -4 lr S, D ,Zi - Q, J l VW Yfjlgf f 4-xx 'U 3 Y R...Q -.,, .-,, 'GT' Dr. Edu ard Bierman Mr. Hayrnoncl Clliarnlwrlancl Mr, David Puttlc- Nlr. janivs Rulrirismi Sup:-rvising Principal Cracles 5-12 Assisting, Supcrvising Principal anal Director of Occiipulional Dirvclnr of Bnilclings anal Clrmincls Athletic Dire-ctor Eclucation l l, li -.nfl in .Lf Qgqugr rvenir Ly' H Ll E' .1 is fm' -C lg 1 rf ,i if '11 .. .'7 F2l'lN K 4!! 33? I CS' Y - f xl-l--rx Nlitlmel N , -4-,X Xdministration 12. 35. 76. . Agar Paula lt' -4' " 1 9? -l ig ' aw uaim ll X, ' vw if , J . tim tritium tl T -, ,. xrmwatl Nlr llruu' p Xrltlrvui lmvlth V Ml-ltr-us li-ftltzvw N l if INDEX KEY f l.-Xl administration Xruirwzs KN-ni ll' 'W fl- A .Q Q- s- :f2':i'E:"Y Xml U- ltutlxm ll fq' Y 'H , J lPl Schocgl personnel T7 trans er Xml:-tt lrenv Ko l xrsrrltt Iwursv lu -W 'J 73 'ml 120' grad' ' etc' xfdlll Lumla lu A, .f' l. Xu hazxtltatrlt Nlisr D-uma tl" Kriustrunu Cimclx T Xrmstrung jayne 10 49 HN Xrzt Nlrs Grace II P ll! 5.-I Awards Credits T0-Tl v-C-'Q' l'l..tal'lrlll fxarwl T 3 if - Batliettx Craig ll 32 Bathettl Gall U -In Bafhettx Susanne N Rallm. Pr-ter 5 Q 'E Rall Nlr Robert p '? Bdlavl fiarfvl lll Baker Xanu 5 dl J' Ball lane 9 'L Ball. NlarxEllrn ll X Ball Str-xc' ll Band, 30. 4-I. 45. Barnum. Dam ll 52, DJ Barth Brian 9 H9 'fr nh Diane 11 30 44 M3 H4 ns sw Barton Xlr Carl p Bmw clam.-rm? 1: sw 44 5: 71 'Neo' Barton Nlargir lu Baseball 62-63, Basketball 66. 67. Bassett Elma 9 in Bassett Rrzuma ll? H hw qv Bassett Richard rll 5: i ' BASSE!! Natlllta T - Basic-It Nlnmvtt T sm , f Ratatrlwl latrltia V 'Y K Ftatatthi Paul ll! ml M4 11.1. V ' -T, Batattlu Peter 9' rf' ' Beattie jc-uatlmu T :U t , ' K v I' Beattie, Kim N 4 : H X ' ' llezlttlr- Xlarl 'N ' Bruker -Klan 9 Becker -Xmlreu Betkunh latin-rlrne tll 'S llbrtlultll -lriilla Q Rf-tltulth lulm Il llotltultlw Nalerxv ll! 414 'W N! Bell Daw Pwrlrl julm ll 19 MH Bvruartlw Dann Pwrnsmlt- Kim , llmlwr llrutv 7 SH 'N 4" 'H J., lmwruzau llr lifltlrlftl X ll lrilsgvlwxx Ilfrltra 1' lilatk Xrulrv-xx lll Ml 'nd qv liiatl Xtrguua Il 4 1 w lllume' tarwn' l- 4 x lllurm' l7uugl.n FL-itll 51 Hurd Wwrlf COOPER HARDVVARE Our Very Best Wishes jIM'S CARCACE Nl1ll4PS ll All uiflfli Art Supply Center To The Class Of 1976 American Car 6: Volkswagen Service M 'srl Luck Picture Frames - Artist Supplies FAIRFIELD INN Guaranteed Used Volkswagens COUNTRY GIRL .306 Main. Ct. Barrington. MA Rt. 23, Ct. Barrington, MA Railroad St., Canaan, CT J . I X I J J -0 vs I-9 T' - E ' 1 in me if Q, M M all . . 2 R Q 1 ,af ff, .xi - sk fn -..1 1 v--7 sv 2 lf' A S 41, f "5" I -,. vw pF I I f D1 -w ,541 inf' we M 1' . f Ag, 1- 1... r I--4 Sir f-:,,1 - '- f my - 1. . A 4 ""' 1 ' -4' 4-as 1.--, -Q. A .Y . 'A V-nun 4 I V- 4 1'-I", 1 -- , , ja-, . ly- ' Q Z As J 9 HARPEIPS REXALL PHARMACY CANAAN AUTO PARTS BREWER BROS.. INC. 311 Main SL, Ct, Barrington, MA Mon -- Fri 8 - 5, Sat 8 - 3 Railroad Sl., Canaan 528-0201 Canaan, CT Chrysler - Plymouth Dodge Trucks ,4 I fi, ,lf QXQQN lllulln Xl.111r1-1-11 5 I Q . lllllllll' I-1l111N111l1.11'l'l1 l'm.ir1ll11.il1 'xlrx l .11 -1 1 llNl..lflllIl.lIl llllllX 'N S we tx 'N' ' 61 llmdrilllmn ll1.m1' I111 I1 l Sf, Av 5 'il l'm.ir1llli.1n Xli1,h.i1'l S L11 X Il L 7 R Illhlfllllldll ll11h.nr1l W1 lvl W1 711 '-J Baal, Nlrx lrl1min11r 1111 41 llbllllkulllk, 1.11-q1i1'llnr 171 l'1 X' 11111111-11111 Kexm Ill1 -3.2 ll41llK'ilIlX Nlllllelf- 1'11 Bmlx-.nu lilllllll 1-51 S4 1 Bnilxulix Sh4r11ll11 lH H ll! HH Tl 1 Buxxxurlln lhle Il.f1 32 Bosxxnrlll, Doug 181 W llllllflllllf llolwrl W1 lioiirqiie, Yxflu 11111 Sh W. hh, 13 ,lu F1 linzelx, Xlrs Frumnx 1l"1 hh Br.11ll1-1, Kexln 171 74 Br,1lll1-r, Sxlxiu 191 IJ, 419 5- Brnncll, Neal 191 1Br.1n1lt, 'l-lllul 1121 Bmlle, linnulnl lB1 Bruzle, Ruse 1ll11 Briggs, Charles llll 68 Briggs, Sandy 1l21 5311, 42 JZ 6534 l-171, 119 76 Briggs, VV1lllam 181 69 Brig am, Mrs, Inna 1F1 lb Broggl, Clary ll21 52, 65, 7l Broggi, john 181 Brovgi, Peter 11111 hi! lllflllhll, Nlrs Nliifljlil ll"1 16 Broun, l,JXlll 111191, hh Broun, Patrlem llll1 1153 lvl, 66, 117, hh, lull, T4 Broun, Stephen 171 9311 Buclilex, Robert 191 Building 8 Bunce, Tunimy 171 'W Burns, Carol ll01 Bush, Yallerie 171 Bulera. lime 181 Butler, Betsy 19169 Butler, Brian 171 1Buller, Wnllmrn1 .. Of'-1 8' Bxnuclx, Belgy 1ll11 hh, 69 Bxnncli, jeflrex 171 Bxrmcli, Wencly 171 Bxn.11'lx, William 1211 lfw 1111 fm-u Mr lame511p1 -1 B1 rne, james 1ll1 Calendar 72-75. lirimlee, Honuril 191 Camlee, R11-lmnl 1lf',1 44, 411, ol, JS. 69 Cane, Teresa 171 Cqpous, George 1ll1 l,.ipp41l1vl1.r Row 1ll11 -ik 1x9 hu hh llulex, liiulmrnl 131 ' l2.irlwn, lihflillllt' 181 'J fl.lflNUIl, Sqlly 1121 111, SS, 52, '55 Oi lI.irr, Xldrirwn 1ll11 lI.nrwn, l,i1ur.i 1l21 52 f,.ll'NUIl, Nhrl, 1101651 llirsmi, Tnnulhx lkll N1 llirler jlklll 171 l'.1rl1'r, Bulrerl 1l21 34 lnrx Nlr I S1-11ll1l-711151 l'.lrx Nl.lfL1.Al't'l 1ll1ll 44 14 N1 .. l .irx l,.llIt'IlL't' 151 l.1r1, lluxs1'll1ll11 l'.INNlllX, 1.11 1111 l'1 S11 1111, .lv KQJNNIQIX ll.lllllX 151141 ,- gi 9 I,. AND C. SERVICI-L STATION lil, Barrington. NIA 79 Broun, Stephen 1ll1 7, 44, hh, 615, 119. Tl Crvllimguooml. james 4121 -H 5-1, 57, 68 69 ilassidx, Sandra 471 tlastonqnax, Catherine 412154 1C3lll, George? 1121 Q'liarnlx'r1and Xlr Rai rnond 1,-X1 113, 77 fliampigin, Elissa 151 Cfhaprgrii Karen 491 38 539, 44 1Q'hapin. Xliss jeani 41:1 Uhase, Donald 171 139 Chase Tracy 191 37, 49 Cheerleaders 38. 119. Cfhighine, Peter 1111 9 Clark, Dawn 1,71 Class Officers 36-37. Kflaxnlon Rrian 1,91 71 A1 illaxnlon 5621111111 lflonser, William 4111 Cfollinguood, Bruce 151 69 :ang Collinguood, jeff 181 69 Community 4 Connell, Rosemary 4111 2, 633, 68 tionsolati. Nlr Thomas 1.-X1 76 Clonsolini, K1-111 181 45, 69 Cimk George 4121 55 3 6 5 Cook. jim 1101 Cook, Lindsey 171 Cook, Rehecca 491 -1-1 rfiook. Nlrs Sally11F1 Coons, Lynn 171 Cosentino, N115 janice 1a1 Cosqriff, james 1121 28, 39, 50. 55. 71 Costello, Nlr Guy ll'-1 23 Cranford, jeffrey 1121 55 Cranford, Nancy lql 16 Crine. Marx 151 Cronk, Richard 1111 69 Cronl-1. Theresa 1101 Crosler. Charles 4111 Cross-Country 64 Curriculum 14 -viz Curtis, Mrs jean 1p1 11 Curtiss, David 171 Curtiss. David 1111 Curtiss, George 181 Cnrtiss, LeeAnn 1111 T38 Curtiss, Mary 171 Cnrtiss, Richard 191 16, 22 Cnrtiss, Sue 1101 Daniels. john 471 Dapretto, Cfhristim- 1101 Dapretto. Nina 181 LZ, 3-1 Dapretto, Norma 181 Dapretto. Virginia 1111 Daxenport, Dee 1101 4-1, 49, 69 1Davis, CIharles1 4111 Davis, Nlr Edgar 1F1 Decker, Theresa 191 15 ce Dellert. Gary 191 VJ? ggi 9, 'i 1 .1 gf fi? Dellert, Sandra 1111 2 9, -18, 6-1, 7-1 Delmolinn, Michael 171 Delmnlino, Susan 171 Deming. jonathan 1121 54 Deming, Mark 11111 DeYotl, Nlarli 181 Doelman. Daxid 4111 Dnngherti, Bridget 1111 2. 27 Dvlllherty, Katie 491 37, 138, 339, 45, 49. 76 4Dou, Mr john11p1 Drahilr, 'xlichael 11111 69 Driscoll, james 1111 Driscoll, joanri 191 Duchardt, Nlr Robert 1171 -H, 68 Dugan, Lynn 171 Dugan, Robert 1111 118, 69 Dunham, Nlr Rolwrt 1171 19, 77 'Dnnharn Nlr Williar 1 1171 ,i ,go- al' 'I .06 Q Q 5 .9- 8 93 I 1 1 1 - 1 I 1 - -f M 'lx . ' rr -fv' fo N-! Ill I " Q". ' -uf 'E Of' 5 71 , "Q A" .V 'in gf AML .. ,:. ,ss-: n , , 1 PATRONS Fuller Hardware Hans' Caesar's Restaurant Kauttu s Pharmacy Anonymous Dr. E. R. NVyman ,A .f-Q Y 4 Southern Berkshire County Chapter 389 of the AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS, Inc South Egremont, MA 01258 IHHI ig f Ivy,-,I Fw I. If 'II 'I' II I lu, I, If . If 1 II IPMIVII IIII If K ,I IIII Iv 'II '- I I1II.w I-' , ,,,, Ig-vb-II I- , 'II Iuvhv 'I'-I .- Igyv 'ff' w , .I Ing' Q' '-'I I- I-'II"Il1'y. II-,I If' Ir, , I,wvIvI1,,5x IMI-I.-Iv II-:Inv IQ Z IwI.Iv1II Inn' , IIIIIXMIII I'.-II lr I I4 II r.1:' V. 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