Amherst Central High School - Tower Yearbook (Amherst, NY)
- Class of 1942
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Ahce C Buerger, who contributed more than ten years of service to our school
In her passlng we have lost a great teacher one whose hfe was 1n her work.
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E, the Graduating Class of 1942, have chosen Personality as the theme
of our yearbook because a well-rounded personality is the goal of every high
During our high school Udazeu we enjoy constant association with fellow stu-
dents and teachersg we participate in clubs and sports. All these associations and
activities contribute very subtly to the development of personality and enable
each and every student to express and develop his individuality.
Amherst Central High School presents various opportunities for personal
advancement, and it is the aim of the Tower this year to picture our progress,
both mentally and physically.
The Outstanding Personality
MRS. EMMA ,COYER
We, the 1942 Senior Class, have chosen to dedicate the Tower
to Mrs. Emma Coyer because we feel that she has contributed
much to our personal development. As we look back into the past
we find that she has always been respected and admired. Her
friendliness, kindness, and sincerity have made her the outstanding
personality of the year. Her constant contact with the student body
has made her well-known to all, and we are prou.d to dedicate our
yearbook to one iso deserving.
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Preridenl ,.... ,.................. . .Frank Harding
Vicz Przfident. . . ................. June Smither
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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
Prefident ........ ,,.........,....... ..... L o is Higgins
Vice Prexidenz .... ..,.. G race Goetzmann
Secretary. ..,.. .,... M arilyn Howell
Treafurer . . . . Dean NIC Carthy
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WILLIAM ABBERGER Bill
Tennis 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club I, 25 Marshal Z,
Boxing 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3.
LOUISE ALLEN Lguifg
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Soccer 'l, 2,
Swimming 1, 2, 4, Baseball 1, 25 Fencing 2,
Girls' Sport Council 1, 2, 4, Pres. 4, Girls'
Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Art Club lg Dramatic
Club 3, 45 Assistant Editor "Tower" 4.
DAVID ASH Fearlzrf
Student Council 2, Marshal 25 Camera Club
3, Table Tennis 3, Bowling 3, 4.
JAMES BARD jim
South Park High School l, 25 Track 3, 4,
Soccer 3, 45 junior Play, Senior Play, Honor
Society 4, Student Council 45 Class Treasurer
43 Tatler 3, 43 Debate Club 3.
JOAN C. BARNES
Hockey 2, 3, 45 Swimming 2, 3, 4.
FRANK BATES Barr
Band l, 2, 3, 4g Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Choir
l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council lg Honor Society
3, 45 Operetta l, 2, 3, 4.
BETTY BERG Berg
Girls' Chorus l,- 2, Dramatic Club l, 25
Student Council 2, Home Ec. Club l, 2,
Tower 45 Art Club.
ALICE BIALY Alice
Tatler 4, Home Ec. Club 25 Bowling 3.
DONALD E. BLACK Dan
Track Manager 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus
23 Honor Society 4g Student Council 3, Rifle
Club 3, 43 Debate Club 4.
PAUL BLARR Paul
Baseball 4, Basketball 3, Soccer 3.
EVELYN BLATZ Evie
Chorus 1, Dramatics 2, 3, Dance Club 1, 2, 4,
Debate Club 4.
NANCY DIANE BOYLE Nan
Archery 2, Soccer 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Swimming
3, 4, Baseball 1,'2g Riding Club1gDramatics3g
A'Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2,
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Student Council 4, Marshal
lg Girls' Sport Council 4, Tatler 2, Tower 4,
BARBARA BOWEN Barb
Soccer 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4,
Archery 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, Tower 4,
Debate 4, Chess Club 1, 2.
GLORIA BOWERY Corky
Swimming 3, 4, Girls' Sport Council 2, Chorus
2, Operetta 2, Riding Club 2, 3, 45 Home Ec.
Club 1, 25 Art Club lg Dance Club 1, 2.
FRANK BRADLEY Brad
Track lg Band 1, Orchestra lg Chorus 1, 2g
A'Cappella Choir 1, 2, Tatler 3.
ROBERT BROWN Bob
Tennis Manager 43 Rifle 3, 4.
CHESTER BRUNNER Che!
Boys' Chorus lg Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4,
Vice-pres. 4, Tatler 1.
JAMES CARROLL Slim
Football 2, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Track
1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatics 3, 4, Senior Class Presi-
dent, Boxing 2.
GEORGE CHISNELL Rarko
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Wrestling 35
Library Club 2, 3.
Bennett High School 1, 2, 3.
LOIS CORRETORE Loey
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4,
Archery 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society
3, 4, Student Council 3, Debate 4, Tower 4,
Hobby Club 1,Dra matic Club 4, Debate Club 4.
ROBERT COYER Rube
Williamsville High School 1, 2, Soccer 3, 4,
Dramatic Club 3.
MURIEL MASON CROOKS Torrhy
Erie, Pennsylvania 1, 2, Soccer 3, 4, Hockey 3,
4, Baseball 4, Dramatic Club 3, Dance Club
3, 4, Tower 4.
DONALD CUSHING Stone
Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Honor
Society 3, 4, Student Council 2, First Aid 2, 3,
Soccer 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Archery 2, 3, Basket-
ball 4, Dramatic Club 3, Art Club 1, 2,
Hobby Club 1.
PAUL CHARLES DuPERNELL Chuck
Ping Pong 4, Horse Shoes 2, 3, Marshal 2,
Assistant Librarian 1, 2, 3, Cafe 3, 4, Camera
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hobby Club 1, 2,Bowling 3,
Debate Club 4.
ARNOLD DUZYNSKI Arnie
Golf 3, 4, Debate 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 4,
A,Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4,
Camera Club 1, 2, Rifle 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4,
Boxing 2, Table Tennis 3.
ROBERT EDGCOKIB Hob
jr. Art Club, Library Club.
MARY EIMER Billiz
Soccer 3, Baseball 2, 3, Class President 1,
Girls, Hobby Club 1, jr. Home Ec. l, Riding:
Club l, Tatler 2, 3, Tower 4.
JEANNE ERHARDT fmnuiz'
Basketball l, Baseball l, Operetta l, Hobby
Club l, 2, Social Dancing 2, 3, 4, Home hc.
Club 2, 3, Tatler 4.
-IAYNE EWING jaynz
Baseball 2, 3, Lifesaving 2, Swimming 3, 4,
Hockey 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, Dramatic Club 1,
Dance Club 1, 2, 3, Tower 4.
VIRGINI-A FARMER Ginny
Swimming 3, 4, Field Hockey 3, 4, Girls'
Glee Club 1, 2, Operetta 1, 2, Student Council
3, 4, Girls' Sport Council 3, 4, Marshal 1,
Archery 2, 3, Dance Club 3, 4, Tower 4.
WILLIAIVI FERRICK Frifk
Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Soccer 2, 3, 4,
Dramatic Club 1, Debate 2, Tatler 2, 3, 4,
Sports Editor Tatler 3, 4, Tower 4.
JAMES FINNIGAN jim
St. Joes 1, 2.
IRENE FISHER Ren:
Soccer 1, 2, Swimming 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus lg Honor Society
3, 4, Sec. 4, Tower Assistant Advertising Man-
ager 4, Home Ec. 1, 2, Camera Club 2, 3, 4,
Dance Club 1, 2, 3, Debate Club 4, Girls,
Sport Council 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Jr.
and Sr. Play Props, Debate Club 4.
VIRGINIA FISHER Ginger
Basketball 1, Art Club 1, 2, Dance Club 1.
ROBERT FLICKINGER Flick
Soccer 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track Manager
2, Hobby Club 1,' 2, Rille Club 1, 2, Jr.
Orchestra 1, 2, Band 1, 2, Dramatic Club 2, 3,
Class Secretary 2', Tower, Business Manager 4,
junior Play Business Manager 3.
MONROE FRANK Chick
Golf 3, Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
Orchestra 4, Band 4, Bowling 3, Boxing 1, 2.
ROBERT GABRIEL Gabe
Bennett l, Kensington 2, Track 3, 4, Senior
Play 4,TowerAssistantAdvertising Manager4.
LOIS GAHAN Loi:
Swimming 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball
1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, Dramatics 1, 2, 3,
Student Council 3, 4, Tower 4, Dance Club
l, 2, 3, 4, Archery 2.
JEANNE GASTEL jfanne
Hockey 3, 45 Ping Pong 15 Basketball 2, 35
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Dance Club, 3 45
Hobby Club 1.
ARLENE GIERZ Arie
Bowling 35 Art Club 2, 35 Home Ec. 2, 35
Correspondence Club 25 Tower 4.
EVELYN GILBERT Lynn
Kensington High l5 Basketball 3, 45 Baseball
3, 45 Bowling: 35 Dramatic Club 35 Tatler 45
Tower 45 Service Club 35 Honor Society 45
Debate Club 4.
MARGARET GOETZMANN Marg
Amherst Bee 15 Home Ec. Z, 35 Business Club 4.
Basketball l, 25 Baseball 45 Soccer 3, 45
Dramatic Club 15 Archery 2, 35 Art Club.
MARTHA PERKINS GOODHART fllaurf
hlillburn High Schoolg Soccer 2, 3, 45 Hockey 1,
Z, 3. 45 Baseball 25 Chorus 25 Operetta 45
Junior Playg Sr. Play Blake-Up5 Dramatic
Club 3, 45 Student Council 45 Dance Club
2, 3, 4,
ROBERT GOODHART Gu:
Rifle Z, 3, 45 Tower 4.
FRED GOULD Fred
Bowlingg Camera Club l, 2, 35 Hobby Club 25
Rille Club 15 Table Tennis 3, 4.
.IO ANN HARDY
Home Ec. lg Shop 1.
,IAMES HARRIS jim
Boys, Chorus 13 Chess Clubg Boys' Home Ec. 1.
DAVID HARVEY Daw
Band 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 45 A,Cappella Choir
3, 45 Operetta 3, 45 Stage Crew 25 Tower 45
Rifle Club 2.
HELEN HEARN Helen
Volley Ball 1, 25 Basketball 25 Archery 35
Baseball 35 Chorus l5 Student Council 15
Dance Club 1, 25 Tatler 1, 25 Home Economics
Club 1, 2.
JEAN HENDERSON Texaf
Hockey l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, Dance Club 1,
2, 3, 45 Riding Club 1, 25 Dramatic Club l,
JOHN HEY fohan
Football 2, 3, 45 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 45 Dra-
matic Club 2, 35 Junior Play 35 Secretary
Class 15 Gym Club 15 Stamp Club l5 Bowling
WILLARD HESS Willir
Golf 25 Student Council 4.
FLORENCE HICKS Flo
Hand Craft l, 25 Cooking Club 15 Swiin Club Z.
ROBERTA HOE Her!
Soccer 3, 45 Field Hockey 3, 45Arche1:y 2, 3, 45
Student Council 2, 3, 45 Marshal 35 Hobby
Club lg Art Club l, 2, 35 Chorus l.
SHIRLEY HOLMES Shir!
Bennett High School l, 2.
DOUGLAS HOUSTON Doug
Tatler 3, 4.
BETTY HOVEMEYER Bztty
Home Economics Club 35 Riding Club 45
Art Club 4.
HILDEGARD HUBER Hili
Bowling 3, Baseball 25 Student Council 2, 3,
Tatler 4, Hobby Club 2s Debate Club.
J. MURRAY HYDE Murph
Student Council 43 Stamp Club lg Science
Club 1, 25 Bowling 3, 4.
LOIS JAMESON Loi:
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Library
Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
HOWARD W. JUHRE Howard
Bowling 3g Boxing 2.
OLEEN JUMP Olnn
Dramatics 1, 24 Home Ee. 1, 2, 39 Tower 4.
DAVID JUNG Fig
Basketball 1, 23 Tennis 1, 2g Class Treasurer 1,
Science Club 1.
DAN KELLEY Dan
Swimming fmgrj 3,' 43 Rifle Club 1, 2g
Archery 39 Tower 4.
MARGARET: ANN KENNY Marg
Home Ec. 2, 45 Bowling 3, 4.
ROEDER KINKEL Rot:
Football 4, Soccer 33 Student Council 2, 45
Hobby 2, Radio Club 2, Class Secretary 3.
LAWRENCE KLEIN Larry
Golf'3, 4, Bowling 1, 2, 3, Library Club lg
Radio Club 1.
WALTER KLUTE fafcha
Band l, 2, 3, 4g Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, A'Cappella
Choir 1, 2, 3, Boys, Chorus I, Senior Play 4,
Tatler Music Editor 4.
GILBERT KRACKENBERGER Gil
Track I, 2, Tatler Advertising Manager 25
Bowling 2, 3, 4.
DONALD KRANTZ Hymi:
Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 45
Soccer Ig Library Club 2g Hobby Club 2,
Badminton 1, 3.
VIRGINIA KRANTZ, Ginny
Bowling 3, 4g Chorus 1, 2g Home Ec. 1, 25
Commercial 3, First Aid 2, Tower 4.
ELMER ROBERT KREHER Fireball
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball lg Soccer 1,
A'Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3,
Boys' Chorus lg President of Class 23 Tower 4.
RUTH KRUEGER Ruth
Soccer 2, 3g Hockey 4, Archery 2, Basketball
4, Baseball 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 4, Student
Council 45 Tower 43 Debate 45 Dramatics 1, 2.
ELEANOR LANDEL Elzanor
Hockey 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 39 Dance
Club 3,- 4.
FORDYCE LEE Ford
MARJORIE LETTS Mizlgt
Bennett HighVSchoolg Tatler 3.
ROBERT LUEDEKING Nail:
Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Orchestra 2, 3, 4,
Boys' Chorus 2, Operetta 3, Honor Society
3, 43 Student Council 2, 35 Science Club 1,
Debate Club 4.
JAMES MacMURRAY lilac
Swimming 3, 45 Track 35 Jr. Play5 RiHe 3.
RICHARD MacWILLIAMS Mar
Dearborn Michigan 1, 35 Football 45 Basket-
ball 45 Honor Society 4.
FLORENCE Mc CONNELL Floppy
Soccer I, 25 Dance Club 1, 25 Bridge Club 2, 3.
PATRICIA MCCORMICK Pat
Wilson High School l, 25 Band 35 A'Cappclla
Choir 3, 45 Girls' Choir 3.
MARILYN MCNAMARA Mar
East Aurora High School 1, 25 Archery 35
Soccer 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Operetta 45
Tower 4. '
DENNIS MANCELL Dmnir
Soccer 35 Swimming 35 Football 4.
MARILYN MANGER Min
Girls, Chorus 15 Dramatics 1, 25 Student
Council 2, 35 Home Ec. Club l, 2, 35 Tower 45
Honor Society 45 Debate Club 4.
JUNE MANN func
Soccer l, 45 Basketball 1, 45 Swimming 15
Bowling 45 Operetta Baseball l.
BARBARA MARTIN Barb
Hockey 35 Soccer 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls'
fhilrgxslil, 25 Tower 25 Tatler 3, 45 Orchestra
READ MASON Dugan
Foolball 45 Swimming 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45
Student Council 1, 3, 45 Marshal 4.
JOHN MAY jack
Track I, 2, 3, 45 Captain 45 Swimming 1, 2,
3,45 Junior Play5 Capt. Swimming Team 45
Library Club 25 Camera Club 1.
REGINA MILLANE Reggie
Soccer 15 Dramatics 25 Tatler 35 Riding Club 15
Hobby Club 15 Tower 4.
WILLIAM F. MILLER, JR. Bill
Golf 3, 45 Sr, Play 45 Bowling 3, 4.
Kensington High School I, 2, 35 Tower 4.
WALTER MONKS Wally
Masten High School l, 25 Student Council 3.
I GLORIA JOY MOORE Gloria
Dance Club 2, 3, 45 Dramatics l, Z, 3, 45
Jr. Play and Sr. Play5 Hockey 2, 3, 45 Capt, 35
Honor Society 3, 45 Student Council 25
lklarshal 25 Hobby Club I5 Sports Council 3, 45
Archery 25 Cheerleader 3, 4, Basketball 4.
JEAN IVIORRIS fran
Sr. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2,'3, 45 Girls'
Chorus l5 Operetta l, 2, 3, 45 Home Ec. Club
25 Honor Society 4.
JEAN MORLEY jean
Bennett High School I5 Basketball 45 Hockey
45 Chorus 2, 35 Dancing 2, 3, 45 Home Ec.
Club 35 Tower 45 Soccer 4.
YVONNE NIUNGOVAN Yvonne
Bowling 35 Dramatics 3, 45 Tatler 45 Debate
JACQCELINE MURPHY jarkif
Hockey 3, 45 Basketball 45 Archery 25 A'Cap-
pella Choir I, 2, 3, 45 Operctta l, 2, 3, 45
Gir-ls' Chorus 1, 25 Dramatic Club 35 Dance
Club 3, 45 Tower 45 Art Club l.
CECILE PAYNE Cecile
Riding Club 3, 4.
KENNETH PEARMAN Ken
Soccer 1, 25 Stamp Club I5 Rifle Club 1.
MARIE PEPE Kllarie
Hockey 3, 45 Soccer 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45
Dramatics 35 Soccer Captain 45 Dance Club
3, 45 Tower 3, 4.
BARBARA PERKINS Barb
Archery 25 Badminton 35 Dramatic Club 25
Student Council 25 Tower 4.
WALTER PISTNER Waltn
Swimming Manager 35 Hobby Club 25 Bowl-
DOROTHY REDLEIN Dairy
Soccer 3, 45 Basketball 35 Home Ec. Club 1, 35
Girls, Chorus 1, 25 Art Club 2, 3.
THEODORE REDLEIN Form
Basketball 2, 45 Baseball 2, 45 Library Club 2.
AGNES ROBERTSON ,-lggif
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Swimming l, Z, 3, 45
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Field Hockey l, 25 Table
ELSBETH ROEDER Bfllz
Hockey 2, 3, 45 Swimming 35 Fencing Z5 Bad-
minton l, 2, 35 Baseball l, 25 Basketball 45
Riding Club 25 Class Play 45 Dramatics 2, 3, 45
Tafler l, 2, 35 Tower 3, 45 Debate 45 Honor
PHILIP SAVAGE Phil
Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 25 Track 1, 25
Camera Club 1, 25 Rifle Club 1, 25 Class Play
45 Class Treasurer 25 Student Council 15
Tower 3, 4.
RICHARD SCHWARTZ Dirk
Boys' Chorus 25 Class Vice President 25
Honor Society.3, 45 Marshal 45 Debate Club
3, 45 Tower 45 Debate Club 4.
BETTY LOU SCHMITT Betty
Swimming 45 Soccer 45 Dramatics 3, 45
Bridge Club 2, 35 Tower 3, 45 Fencing 2.
DONALD SCHMIDT Don
Soccer 15 Sr. Band 1, 2, 35 Sr. Orchestra 1, 2, 35
A'Cappella Choir 1, 2, 35 junior Play 35
Boys' Chorus 3.
EUGENE SHERRER Gene
Basketball Asst. Manager l, 2, 35 Basketball
Manager 45 A'Cappella Choir5 ,Operetta
l, 2, 3, 45 Boys, Chorus 1, 2, 35 Library l, 2.
ROGER SHARP Ru!
Baseball 1, 45 Basketball 2, 45 Library Club 2.
MARY ANN SCHWANEKAMP Mary
Hockey 45 A'Cappella Choir l, 35 Girls' Chorus
l, 35 Operetta 1, 35 Honor Society 45 Class
Secretary 45 Dance Club 3, 45 Tower 45 jr.
and Sr. Play. ,
GRETCHEN SCHWEICKHARD Gret
Basketball 45 Soccer 1, 2, 45 Archery 3, 45
Girls, Chorus 25 Operetta 2, 3, 45 Dramatics
l, 2, 35 Student Council 25 Marshal 25 Tower
45 Hobby Club 15 Honor Society 4.
EDWARD SELIGMANN Ed
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club I, 25 Rifle
Club 2, 45 Bowling 2, 4.
ALICE SMITH Alire
Soccer 2, 35 Basketball 2, 45 Bowling 3, 43
Hockey 25 Dramatics 3, 45 Art Club 25 Tower
45 Home Ec. Club 1, 25 First Aid 3, 4, jr. and
Sr. Play Make-Up.
JOAN STEINNIILLER joan
Hockey 45 Basketball 45 Baseball 45 Girls,
Chorus 15 Operetta lg Dramatics 1, 35 Student
Council 15 Dance Club 2, 35 Tatler 45-Tower 45
Archery 35 Home Ec. Club 2, 3, 45 Debate 4.
JANE SWEET Sweet
Millburn High School 15 Hockey 2, 35 Soccer
2, 35 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Jr. Playg Sr. Playg
Honor Society 3, 45 Class Vice President 35
Dance Club 2, 35 Tower Editor 45 Art Club 2.
ELEANOR THURNHERR Dimp
Basketball 2, 3 45 Soccer 1, 2, 35 Hockey 25
Bowling 3, 45 Dramatic Club 15 Home Ec.
Club 15 Tower 4.
ALBERT TILNEY Bn!
Senior Play 45 Rifle Club 2, 3.
RICHARD TOBIN D. T.
Swimming 1, 2, 3, 45 Tennis I5 Senior Play5
Honor Society 45 Student Council 4.
MARGUERITE VAUGHAN Pzggy
Basketball lg Bowling 35 Tatler 45 Hobby
Club 1, 2.
Wrestling 45 Band 2, 3,
etta 35 Library Club 1,
ROBERT WELLS Professor
Student Council 35 Science Club 15 Debate 3.
45 Orchestra 35 Oper-
Tatler Art Editor 45 Home Ec. Club I5 Art
Club President 25 Asst, Librarian 3.
JAMES WILSON Hzf
Tennis 1, 2, 35 Swimming 35 Football 45
Basketball 25 Jr. Band 15 Chorus I5 Treasurer
of Class 35 Bowling 25 Riiie Club l.
i JOSEPH WILSON
Tennis 2, 35 Swimming 45
15 Senior Play.
Chorus 15 Chess Club
,IAYNE WOODSON Wnadron
Hockey 45 Badminton 25 Tower 3, 4g Dance
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Left to right: Scand-james Carroll, President: Mary Ann
MILDRED YEHLE Millie
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Soccer 2, 3, 4, Hockey
2, 3, 45 Tatler 4.
ROBERT YOUNG Bob
Canisius High School lg Soccer 25 Dramatic
Club 2, Bowling 2, Debate Club 4.
SENIOR CLASS ADVISERS
Left to right: Fun raw-Miss Elsie W. Waldow, Miss Mary A. D'Amico, Miss
Schwanekamp. Secretaryg Gloria Moore, Vice President. - Dorothea C, Duuweilcr,
Standing-James Bard, Treasurer.
Left to right: Standing-Mr. W. Edwin Dyke, Mr. Charles Ormsby, Mr. Robert
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Roberts Hettler, Miss Dorothy Schmidlin.
5 U BOARD OF EDUCATION
'fy MR. EDUARD E. METZ, President
MR. PHILIP SCIIWEICKHARD, Principal
aid MR. LOUIS B. DORR, Treasurer
600 MR. ALBERT A. CUSHING, Clerk
MRS. MICHAEL BROWN
MR. PIOMER BROWNING
MRs. DELL R. EWING
MR. WALTER P. GEYER
MR. JOSEPH E. sEIrz
TO OUR STAFF
MR. EDWIN DYKE, Science Department
MISS LILLIAN GRUENER, Commercial Department
MRS. OLIVE SHUART, Foreign Language Department
Left to right: Fin! row-William Allen, Louise Allen, Gretchen Schweickharcl,
Marion Metz, Marilyn McNamara, Jean Cushing, Lillian Thomas
Left to right: Secund row-Theodore Christian, William Eckert, faul DuPernell,
I7loI'iceriHeckel, Lester Klein, Edward Smith, Chester Brunner, Ernest Wollesen,
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Left to right: Fin! row-Albert Yanke, James Upson, Roger Hornung, james Kelly, Norman Ihrig, Robert Hawks, Niclrolsen Perkins, Bill
Dustrnan, Fred Stephens, William Allen. '
Szrand row-Patricia Goodman, Marjorie Frank, Marian Marshall, lrm ard Nierhaus, Marianne James, Mxrleah Savage, Read Mason,
Chester Brunner, Marilyn Doll, Judith Leonard, Onalee Davies, Carolyn iDeuchler, Ruth Krueger.
Thml rgwffliola Nichols, Iris Cave, Sally Meyers, Dulce Hedrick, Martha Goodhart, Helen Allmuth, Kay Parker,joyce Sullivan, Roberta
Hoe, Virginia Farmer, Virginia Lepine, janet Widdoes, Martha Becker, Ann Luedelring, Marjorie Metz, Lynette Clark, Sue Sweet.
FQWU' 'W'-KCHHY Kurtz, Ifoyal Murphy, Reese Foote, Richard Tobin, Robert Pierce, Roger Hotte, Carl Kinlrel, Murray Hyde, Roeder
Kmlrel, Homer Babbidge, Willard Hess, George Steele.
O Prerident ...... . . .Read Mason
OO Vice Prexidznt. , Chester Brunner
Secretary. . . Marleah Savage
9 x EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
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V Chester Brunner Virginia Lepine
Xqvfx William Clark Judy Leonard
Q9 Lois Gahan Marie Roberts
Roger Hornung 'John Schmidlin
Roger Hotte Suzanne Sweet
Carl -Kinkel Richard Tobin
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Nicoll, Mariorie Watson, Robert Parr.
TROUBLE WITH GUSTY
A Three Act Comedy
Dorothy Bennett and Link Hannah
Un order of their appfaranrej
Gusty Goodrich ........ .....,....,. ...... IN 'I arleah Savage
Arthur Peterson .......... . . . .,.., Richard Roeder
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Asia lViay .......,.... .,.. B eatrice lWacNicoll
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Emily Goodrich. . . .............. Iris Cave
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Carol Dean ....,., .... IX 'Iarjorie Watson
Cynthia Thornton .............,,.............., Jeanne Moore
Duke Weatherby .....................,....,..... Robert Parr
Guests ..,. Patricia Streng, Beth Fraser, Nlarjorie Maier, Doris
Sergeant, -lean Larzelere, Robert Pierce, David Boyd,
Howard Shaffer, Robert Barlow, Elmer Kiehl, Homer
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. , . Burineff Manager .......,....... Roger Hotte
Production Managgr """'4" Jeanne Cushmg Axsiflant Manager. . , ....... Barbara Rice
Propertizf .Ada Jane Kreinheder, Viola Nichols Adwrnfjing Managfr. I A ' I I I ,Richard Madison
Prompterr ...... Jean Jameson, hiarilyn Seares A.r,ri.vtant Manager .... ........,. J erry Tunkey
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Stage Manager ..... ,.... . .Eugene Hasselbeck
Printing ..........,........... Robert Heckel
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A CAPPELLA CHOIR
Left to right: Fin! raw-Dell Roy Ewing, Pat Shortal, Nlarilyn Dull, Xlarian llletz, Nlarilyn Farmer, Sybil Terry, Jane Fritz, Janet Scannell,
Pa! McCormick. Dnlores Fisher, janet Caudell, john McCormick.
Left to right: Serond raw-Walter Meyer, Elmer Kreher, Nancy Boyle, Mary Sperry, Betty Sue Kendall. Connie Stock. Betty Stettenberiz,
Jacqueline Murphy, ,loan Mullen, janet Raupach, Stefan Machlup.
Left. to right:Th1ni row--Calvin Gross, Eugene Sherrer, Robert Parr, William Pace, Charles Hildebrand, Monroe Prank. George Haag, Russell
Dusrman, David Harvey. Frank Bates.
Fifi! row-Virginia Hartwell, Nancy Bacon, Pat Shortal, Mary Trimbach, Dorothy Frascella. A
Sammi mu'-Arlene Spann, Irene Yehle, Barbara Ferguson, Georginia Frank, Betty Tong, Evelyn Morf, Eunice
johnson. Alice Smith, Dolores Fisher, Dorothy Andres. I U - - -
Third mu--Alice Frizz, Nina Cameron, Suzanne Machfiurray, Joan Spragon.Mar1on !VIurphy.V1fgmw Miller, Arlene
Peck, Ann Henry, Sally Freudenberger, Arlene Hollfelcler. Betty Lopez, Sally Alesse.
37 The Tower
The Social Personality
Firrl row-Philip Savage. Jayne Woodson. Gloria Moore, jane Sweet. Mildred Ellsworth, Robert Flickinzer.
Second raw-William Ferrick. Elmer Kreher. Louise Allen. Irene Fisher. Marilyn Manger. Robert Gabriel.
Editor-in-Chief. ,. ...,...,,.......,.,,.... ....
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Advertifing Fllanager ..,.,....,
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Sporty Editor ............. . .
Art Editor .......,..
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Sta-gf Typift ...,...
Facully .f-1dZ'i.fe1'. . .
Left to right: Fm: ma, SmzfdgNancy Boyle,
Jacqueline Murphy. Gretchen Schweickhard,
Nluriel Crooks, Betty Lon Schmitt.
Left to right: Serum! rose, Standing--Alice
Smith, Arlene Gierz. Eleanor Thurnherr, Vir-
ginia Krantz, Nlarilyn McNamara. Mary
Ann Schwanekamp. Barbara Martin, June
Left to right: Third rox, Standing-Robert
Goodhart, Richard Schwartz, Martha Good-
hart, Roberta Hoe, Joyce Sullivan, Virginia
Farmer,-Joan steanmallef. Mr. Holdenadviser.
.. .. . .Jane Sweet
. . . . . .Louise Allen
, . .Elmer Krcher
. . , . .Gloria Moore
, . . , .Robert Hicks
. . .William Ferriclk
. . .Jayne VVoodson
. .Joan Steinmiller
Klr. Robert Holder
The Tower is the activity
which is charged with the re-
sponsibility of putting out the
yearbook. All sorts of skills, in-
cluding selling ability, photo-
graphic talent, artistic bent,
and numerous other special pro-
ficiencies are required of the
score or more persons who band
themselves together in a year-
long cooperative endeavor to
produce a 4'Tower,'.
Betty Lou Schmitt
Xlary Ann Schwanekamp
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Left to right: l"z'r,rz mu'-Yirginia Fisher,
Betty -lane Kress. .lim Bard. Marleali
Savage, Mary -lane Simpson, Homer
Sffond row!-lanies Sharp. leanne
Erhardt, Alice Bialy, Norma Viierich.
Betty Lou Fuller. Peggy Mountfort.
Xlary Elizabeth Sperry. Lucia jones,
Xiarilyn Seares, Barbara Hitchcock.
janet Caudell, joan Steinmiller.
Third fwavvsnne iiiungsw-. iawiyn
Gaism, Haidsgard Huber, vvniaam
Ferrick, Mildred vehie, xrargiisme
The "Tatler" was brought to press twelve times this year. The staff took
special pleasure in reporting the scores which Amherst's many .victorious teams
rolled up, and also in reporting the school's many social activ1t1es..The art staff
was especially active during the publishing of the later issues, for It contributed
many original ideas which were included in the spring editions. Of special interest
was the "Senior Issue" which climaxed the 1942 "Tatler" activities.
To speak clearly on one's feet, to think carefully, and to enjoy social gatherings
are the goals sought by an increasing number of debaters at Amherst.
Informal debates and panel discussions early in the semester led up to formal
debates with other western New York high schools on the topic, "Resolved5
That every able-bodied male citizen should be required to have one year of full
time military training before reaching the present draft agef'
39 The Tower
Leit to right: Smted-Irmgard Nier-
haus, Lois Corretore, Marilyn Manger,
Standing-Barbara Bowen, Paul Du-
Pernell, Yvonne Mungovan, William
Rykert, Hildegard Huber, Richard
Schwartz, Evelyn Gilbert, Mr. Mac-
,Val Pixland-Irene Fischer.
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
The Home Economics
Club gives beginners a
chance to learn sewing
tactics whereas otherwise
they would have no oppor-
tunity to engage in this
activity. This year the
girls enjoyed making blous-
es, dresses, pajamas, and
jerkins for themselves.
Left to right: Seated-Betty Lopez. Dorothy Haas, jean Herman, Annabelle Lojacono. Mary ,lane Dolan, Beatrice
Fulton, Margaret Grolh, Marge Frank, Imelda Sheedy.
Standing-Ruth Challgren, jean Vine. Miss Simpson Cadviserj, Mary Sullivan.
The Pan-American Club tool-1 a trip through Latin-America. Wie met the Latin-Americans
and really began to understand them. Vlihile on tour we attended their fiestas, dined at their
homes and learned something of their ancient Indian civilization.
Left to right: Sitlingglluth Purdy, lvfary Sullivan, Shirley Sauer. Annabelle Lojacano, blargaret Groth.
Left to right: Standing-jean Vine, Mary Dolan, Elizabeth Browning, Miss Aranibar ladviserj, Marian Sclin'aneHugal, Anne Luede-
king, Barbara Bowery. ,lean Connolly.
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Left to right: Fin! rn:vAGerry Lang,
Harold Trabbold, Austin Haggit. Wil-
liam Rykert, Don Black.
Left to right: Szmnd mwfNIr. Sherrie
Keoachj, Dwight Balmis. Barbara Mas-
terson. Bill Morgan, ,loan Bradley,
Marshall Anderson, -lack Weaver, -lean
Morgan, Frank Suansen. David Zicrk,
Mr. Gseprf-ff Quimby.
The Rifle Club offers to those students who participate a chance for National
Rifle Association medals which consist of eighteen dilferent stages starting from
Pro marksman and ending with American Rifleman lst Class. The club meets
twice a week. On Klonday the instructors are XII. Bush and Klr. Goepfertg on
Thursday Nlr. Sherrie and hir, Goepfert.
This year the club received its charter with the N. R. A. or National RiHe
Left to right: from-Kenneth Kurtz,
.llfuuml :hc bark-Edward Smith, Aud-
rey Lewis, Beatrice Duquette, Frank
Petree, Eugene Cottrell, Leonard Smith,
Paul Goldstein, Robert Finnegan, Her-
bert Perk, Richard Wagner,Ear1 Mus-
sehl, George Carroll, Billy Goll, james
TenBroeek, XValter Krueger, Guy Ehr-
ich, Norman Long, Dudley Carleton,
Mr. Culcher fadviserl,
We like to do experiments! Our meetings of the Science Club are given over
to trying things from chemistry sets, our text books, and magazines. It's fun
to have a chance to do things "on your own".
41 The Tower
Left to right: Front mblf-W. Morrison,
V. Cresco, Mr. Orgelc, fadviserl, B.
Masterson, Oliver Hartwell, Alfred
Little, E. Kaplin, Guy Ehrich.
Around Ihr back-joan Bradley, David
Zierk, Richard Daggers, Thomas Bur-
goyne, Alfred Hoffman, Donald Brad-
ley, Lewis Miller, Thomas Klinck,
Richard Dybowski, Nlr. Temlitz,
The Junior and Senior Hobby Clubs meet on different days in the metal shop.
Niany ornamental and useful articles ranging from girls' bracelets to Waste paper
baskets are made. Any student not taking an Industrial Arts course is eligible
Left to right: Front-Irene Fisher.
Szrond rou'4Norman Neubauer, Ken-
Third row-Harold Traubhold, lylr
Schonewolf fadviserl, Paul DuPernell
"As an exploratory subject, photography is Well worthy of attention. There is
a strong appeal in pictures and picture making. The interest in photography
tends to increase with age and may well carry over into later life, forming a con-
structive hobby which will serve as a constantly developing leisure-time activity.
It has the advantage of being just diflicult enough to challenge effort, yet easy
enough to be accomplished with satisfying results."
C. B. Neblette
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This year the Stage Crew
found many new things to
do with the help of a new
public address system in-
stalled by them during the
past summer.VVith this they
installed a semi-permanent
phone system connecting
all points ofthe auditorium
with one another. They
have had a series of pic-
Council and three operettas
to stage, The members of
this organization spend a
lot of time after school and
during the summer making
improvements on the stage
and booth equipment for
the school, and are to be
congratulated for the fine
work they have done.
For many years the National Honor Society has been under the excellent
supervision of Nliss Alice Constance Buerger. Her visionary leadership and
guidance directed the activities of this society into channels of benefit both to
the members of the society and the school as a whole. This year the National
Honor Society suifered the greatest loss in its history.
The activities of the Honor Society for the second semester of this year were
under the direction of Miss Dorothea Duttweiler. As in years past, a reference
file of college catalogues was maintained. In addition to this the Honor Society
was in charge of the sale of Defense Bonds and Stamps at Amherst. ln April
the society opened a School Supply Shop which sold poster paper, protractors and
other supplies to the students.
43 The Tower
Leftftofrighl: Le Roy Herndon, David Gardner, jack Taylor, Vililliam Harding, Gene Hasselbeck.
Left to right: Smnd-Jane Sweet-
james Bard. Irene Fisher, Richard
Schwartz, Miss Duttweiler fadviserl,
Snond rox'-Dick Tobin, Dick Roeder,
Gretchen Schweickhard, Jean Cushing,
Mary Ann Schwanekamp, Ruth Krue-
ger, Lois Corretore, Helen Allmuth,
jean Morris, Beth Roeder, Homer
Third lou'-Gloria hloore, Marilyn
hlanger, Frank Bates, Robert Luede-
king, Barbara Bowen, Donald Black,
Evelyn Gilbert, Roger Horte, Viola
.Vat pirzurzdekichard MacWilliams.
Lef: to right: Fm: m:cfBob Dymenr
Guelieh, Pauline Pagano, Ethel Golden,
sen Kadviserj, Richard Daggers. Blarzar
This year the Art Club enjoyed sketching, designing, and craft work. They
also did clay modeling of figures, plaques, and paper animals. Two exhibits
of their projects were held during the year.
Fifi! row-Irene Fisher. Marie Roberts,
Barbara Rice, jean Cushing, Virginia
Second mu'-Alice Smith, Barbara
McNutt, Gloria Moore, Muriel Crooks,
lean Henderson, Louise Allen, Mary
Ann Sehwanekamp, Eleanor Landel,
Third row-joan Mossel, Sally Millane,
Betty Reif, Betty Nagel, june Mann,
?hyllis Shafer, Ethel Young. Marjorie
The Senior Dance Club chose phases of the academic program as its theme
for the year. Their aim is creative dancing, and the girls interpreted plays such as
Julius Caesar and Nlacbeth very effectively, They assisted the Pan-American
Club by creating Spanish dances.
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Second rn:ufTi-ieresa Smith. Helen
Arlene Spann, Bill Goll. Miss Christen-
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RADIO PLAYERS CLUB
The Radio Players Club, which meets once every week, has worked hard this
year and has had lots of fun. They put on several interesting assembly programs
which were enjoyed by everyone, and we take off our hats to this new organization.
Left to right: Fin: rox-4Adrian Rich-
ards, David Zierk, Howard Volgenau,
Dan Corretore, Earl Blagus.
Suomi row-Pat lVfcKcnna, Jean
Stowers, Florence Nlarian, Joyce Shafer,
Third raw - Robert Nuermberger,
George Snyder, Bud Rupp, Le Roy
Herndon, Bob VVilson, Bob Staplin,
Sally LaBoiteaux, Mary Plumer, Phil
Snyder, Ruth Ann Puehn. Jean Rae,
Midge Watson, Lou Ann Lozon, Mr.
Laps, Cadviserj, Austin Hoggatr,
The new activity program which was launched two years ago was continued
this year with a few changes here and there. The old activities were supported
with the usual enthusiasm and a few new clubs were added, namely the Radio
Players Club and the Pan-American Club. These new clubs had many enthusi-
astic and spirited followers and appeared as two of the most outstanding clubs in
As a whole the seventh hour program was very successful this year with the
students participating wholeheartedly.
Big deal! Thirsty? Keep your eye on the ball.
Nlay I have the next dance? Monroe GfC'ECh6U-
Look out for your fingers.
47 The Tower
Left to riglitafirfl rox'-Robert Pierce, jack Carpenter, Roeder Kinkel, John Hey, Robert Brenner Cco-captainl, George Chisnell, lcaprainl,
Donald Cushing, james Carroll, lfhilip Savage, Richard Macwiilliams, David Johnston.
Second rox'-Howard Shaffer, Wlilliam Powell, Arthur Higgins, Homer Bahbidge, Robert Schnirel, George Carroll, Milton Mugler, Jack
Kautz, joseph Doerr, Carlton Pfohl.
?'hirdhrozE-Gerald Campanini, Carl Dalton, Vaughan Millane, jack Masterson, Gerald Tunkey, Alvin Dechert, Glenn Miller, Clarence Leo,
Foifrth ron-fhflr. Bergman fcoachb, Bradley VVagner, John Schmidlin, Dennis Mancell, james VVilson, Bill Lozon, Reese Foote. William
Elliott, Edwin Hens, Robert Bernhard, Mr. Hettler fcoachb.
Amherst... ... 9 Blasdell. ..
Amherst ... 7 Hamburg. . .
Amherst . . .19 East Aurora.
Amherst . . .12 Lancaster. . ,
Amherst . . .19 Akron. . . ..
Amherst ... 0 Vliilliamsville
Amherst ...1-1 Depew. . . ..
WVhen the curtain was rung down on Amherst's 1941 football season, a championship had been won,
and its greatest season had been drawn to a close. It was against every odd for A. C. H. S. to have better
than a mediocre team last fall. Yet they marched on to six victories and were defeated only once.
This year's team was second to none in Coach Bergman's regime. Standouts were Captain Chisnell,
Johnny Hey, Dick NlacYVilliams, Stone Cushing, and Bink Brenner, all seniors. There are others who will
shine next year.
1n its first game, the Tigers beat Blasdell 9-6. Two rugged lines, early season blocking faults, and tight
running made the battle defensive. After beating Hamburg, the Tigers faced their first stiff test, and upset
East Aurora 19-6. Johnny Hey came up with some very nice runs, and Dick hlacllilliams was throwing
strikes to Carl Pfohl, Klilt hlugler and David Johnston all day. Lancaster was next along the Tiger's relent-
less rampage, and we won 12-0. Even Akron and their razzle dazzle HT" formation could not stop the "orange
tornadou, which swept them aside 19-6.
WILLIAMSVILLE 6 AKIHERST ....... O
'Two rugged lines dug into each other on a wet field and battled each other almost to a stalemate, but the
Bilhes recovered a loose ball in the end zone for the only score.
The Tigers defeated Depew 14-0, on a cold, bleak day, and so the llth season of Amherst Football was
closed with the same fight that had opened it.
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Left to right: Fin: nm'-Carl Pfohl, Bob Hicks.
Szrpnd raw-james MacMurray, ,lack May, Dick Tobin.
Third 1owfMr. Schonewolf Ccoachl, Russell Dustman. Robert Spann, joe Wilson, Millard Kreinhecler, Dan Kelly
Fourth row-Bill Elliot, Reed Mason.
Imax, Left-jack May. Right-James MaeMurray.
This year our mermen closed a successful season, winning two, and losing six meets. These scores do not
represent the actual season's work, however, as all meets were lost by close scores. Captain Jack hlay and Co-
Captain Jim Klachlurray led throughout the year. Jim came out on top in his event all season, while -lack
hlay performed the iron man stunt of winning two events in every meet nearly all the time. Coach Schone-
wolf will lose these two boys, together with Reed hlason, .lim Carroll, and Dick Tobin by graduation. How-
ever, he will have Klike Kreinheder, Bob Spann, Bob Hicks, and Bill Elliott back, together with several
members of this years reserve team.
The reserves fared the same as the varsity as far as scores go since they lost six while winning but one
meet. However, they all are young boys with only one year's experience.
Considering the small squad Coach Schonewolf had to work with no one can deny that this year,s swim-
ming season was one of which we could be proud.
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Left to right: Firm ffm'-George Manrhey, Eugene Cottrell. Loyal Murphy, Ernest Lehman.
Suomi mc:--David Harvey, jus Herr, Dell Roy Ewing. Norman lhrig. Don Qlolxnston,
Amherst .... ,...... 3 6
Amherst .... .... 2 6
Amherst .... ,... 3 2
Amherst .... ....
Amherst .,.. .,..
Amherst .... ..,. 2 I
Amherst .... ,... 3 1
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Kenmore ,.......... 30
Tonawanda .,...... 40
Kenmore ........... 3-1-
Niagara Falls ....... 30
North Tonawanda . .JJ
Niagara Falls .,..
Tonawanda ..,,.... 37
North Tonawamla . .Jr
Amherst .,.. ,...... 3 2 Kenmore ,.....
Amherst .... .... 2 6 Tonawanda ,....
Amherst .... .... 2 5 Kenmore ,...,...
Amherst .... ,... 2 6 Niagara Falls ....
Amherst .... ..., 2 6 Tonawanda .....
Amherst ..,. .... 2 3 North Tonawanda
Amherst .... .... 2 1 Niagara Falls ....
Amherst .... .... 2 0 North Tonawanda
Left to right:,f'r'r.f1 m:i1e'1'ed Redlein, Don Krantz Ccaptaini, -lack Carpenter.
Srgofzd row-hugene Sherrer. Cmanagerl. Dave Johnston. Don Cushing, Edwin Hens. john Schmidlin, Dick Mac-
Williams, Roger Sharp, justin lxuehling, Mr. Roberts Hettler feoachh.
VVhen the final curtain was rung down on A. C. H. S. basketball for '41-,el-2, it could be said that we had
anything but a bad season. Certainly 12 wins against 4 defeats could hardly he called anything but excellent.
The Tigers finished in a four way tie for first place, but were defeated by East Aurora in the playoffs after
scaring the daylights out of them.
Vilhen the '41-,42 season approached no one expected anything but a mediocre season. Nlr. Hettler had to
replace such stars as Jake Schaefer and Pat Higgins and the prospects were experienced, but small in stature.
However, the Tigers stood up with the rest of the teams and defeated some of the best high school teams
in the district. Xlr. Hettler's favorite starting team was Captain Don Krantz and Rog Sharp at forward,
Dick NIacVVilliams at center, Jack Carpenter and Ted Redlein at guards. All but Carpenter will be lost
through graduation. Other men who saw action were Justin Kuehling, Ed Hens, Dave Johnston, all juniors.
Don Krantz scored the most points, 86, and Dick Klacliilliams was second with 79.
Amherst, . .
Amherst. . .
Amherst. . .
Amherst. . .
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....32 Hamburg... ...31
....l4 Depew..,. ....2l
....25 Akron...... ...22
....Z8 Albion....... .,.l4
....20 Vliilliamsville. . . ...l7
....26 Albion,..... ....22
...,38 Lancaster... ...,20
....36 EastAurora.... ....3-1
....27 PineHill.., .,..lO
....24 Hamburg... ,..,29
....28 Akror1......, ,..16
....25 Yvilliamsville, .. .,..4-7
....24 liiilliamsville. ,. ...l6
..,.23 EastAurora.,.. ...26
..27 Pine Hill ...I9
Left to right:F1'rJMo:c-Don Sweeney, Sophomore Mgr., Bradley Vl'agner, Gordon Kfiller, Richard Naylon, William
Dusrman, Robert Gruber, Philip Deuchler, Freshman Nlgr.
Suomi rowfjohn Geyer. Vililliam Grieves, Bill Mugler, Art Higgins, Dick Baum, Bill Gilbert, Stew art lVIcAllister,
Reese Foote, Bill Kiehl. Mr. Morley Townsend is the coach ofthe reserves.
vlfeft toliiilhtzlfirrt mcrgljerald Perry, Wiilliam Ruhland, George Plnmer, jack Carson. Dell Roy Ewing. VVarren Hamilton, Richard Xaylon.
ames e ric:
Sezond rua'-Robert Coyer, Don Rendenbush, George Haag, Kurt Alexander. Morley Davies, Robert Elickinger, justin Kuehlina. William Harrison,
Roy Grath, George Steele. -
Th1'rz1"ro':c-Mr Orpek fcnaclib, W illiam Gilbert. Donald Durick. William Grieves, Roger Hotte, iiiilliam Ferrick, Don Rocco. Jim Bard. Richard Baum.
Edwin Vrwllerrsen, Carl lxinl-rel.
Soccer has been growing more and more the last few years, and it is rapidly becoming a popular sport
This year under the direction of Xlr. Orgek, we didn't have an extraordinary season as far as victories go
but we had a great season. The soccer team had as much iight as any other squad and the ability was cer-
tainly there. However, Coach Orgek was faced with few veterans and not too many experienced replacements
Standouts were Bob Flickinger, Bill Ferrick, Rloe Davies, Bill Harrison, and Bob Coyer, all seniors
Up and coming stars are Rog Hotte, Just Kuehling and Don Durick.
Four games were lost by one goal and no team beat A. C. H. S. by more than two goals. This proves tha
it was a close season.
Amherst 0 Orchard Park
Amherst 0 North Collins... ..
Amherst. . , . 1 Viioodlawn. . . . .
Amherst. . . . . 0 Clarence. .
Amherst: 1 Ebenezer. . .
Amherst 4 Gardenville .
Amherst O Eden ......
Amherst 0 Holland...
The wrestling team had a very successful
season of S wins and only one loss. In a
match, a decision counts three points and a
fall counts five points. Looking over the
records, we find that Amherst had 12 falls
against 6 for their opponents and that
Amherst had l-I decisions against 13 for
their opponents. Amherst totaled 112
points against 69 for their opponents.
The members of the team who received
varsity letters were: Bob Barlow, Kevin
Gorenllo, Frank Gagnon, Donald Poole,
Roger Hotte, John Dagostino, and Thomas
The recipients of squad letters were:
Vliilliam Powell, Elmer Vogt, Thomas
Burgoyne, lilmer Reinhold. and Charles
Hildebrand Cassistant managerl.
Left to righl:F1'rJlro:L'4Elmer Vogt. Keven Gorenllo, Tom Godson fmanagerj, Elmer Reinhold,
Snoivd mu--Mr. MacGamwell Ccoachl, Robert Schnirel, Roger Hone, Tom Burgoyne,
Frank Gagnon, Charles Hildebrand lassistant managerl.
Left to right: Fin! ro:4'fRussell Bock-
sledt, Don Keller, jerry Smith.
Snand raw-Bill Miller, Larry Klein.
Tom Schmitt, jim XVhitby.
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The Golf Squad begins practice as soon as school starts in September and as
soon as weather permits in the spring. After a week of practice, qualifying rounds
are played to select the four players who make up the team to represent Amherst.
Last fall the regular players on the team were: Jim VVhitby, Larry Klein, and Tom
Smith. This is the second year jim has held Hrst place on the team.
Last year Amherst won first place in the League. This year, on the basis of the
fall season, Amherst, East Aurora, and Batavia are tied for first place.
Ilseftltglrightbsalglzd-Earl Pfuhl, Read Nlason, Don Krantz. Ted Redlein, Elmer Krelier, Roger Sharp, Art Higgins.
au I arr, xc Na ' on.
Standuzg-Larry Benson fmanagerj, Jim Faller, Bill Powell, Don INIcMahon, Dave Johnston, Ed H j t Ix hl g
Bob Edgeomb, Bill Gilbert, joe Herr, jim Schwartz, Mr. Hettler fcoachl.
Not pirtured-Bill Ferrick, Ed Vollertsen, Greg Meats,
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Amherst at Lancaster
Alden at Amherst
Depew at Amherst
Amherst at Pine Hill
Amherst at Akron
VVilliamsville at Amherst
Clarence at Amherst
Lancaster at Amherst
Amherst at Alden
Amherst at Depew
Pine Hill at Amherst
Akron at Amherst
Amherst at VVilliamsville
Amherst at Clarence
ens. us in ue in,
Last year's results: won 7, lost S.
Lettermen returning: Outfield-Art Higgins.
Infield-Don Krantz, Elmer Kreher, Roger Sharp.
Pitcher-Justin Kuehling, Don Roudenbush.
Newcomers: Ed Hens, Read hlason, Ted Redlein, Bill Powell, Jim Faller,
Bill Ferrick, Paul Blarr, Carl Pfohl.
Left to right: Fin: row-Bob Gusse,
Bob Maryanski, Bob Pierce, Robert
Gabriel, Ed Striegel, Jim Bard.
Suond nm'-Ernest Lehman, jack Lee.
Bill Kiehl, Dick Hocking, Howard
Rapp, Ernest Wollesen, Carl Dalton.
Third row-Don Black fmanagerl,
Reese Foote, Don Cushing, ,lim Car-
roll, Warren Everding, William Giesz,
joe Ernst, Vaughan Millane, Mr
This season we face the most difficult track schedule in Amherst's history but
we have the nucleus of a fine track team and hope to make a creditable showing.
Some of the old members coming back include: Jim Bard, Bob Gabriel, Jim
Carroll and Bob Pierce. Promising newcomers are Bob Maryanski and Elmer
Adding interest to the track season this spring is the fact that Amherst will
be host to the Western New York Intermediate Conference Meet.
Left to right: Fin: row-Dean Mc'
Czrthy, David Jung, James Wilson,
Snund raw-Robert Parr, Robert
Brown lmanagerj, William Abberger,
Not pirlinzd-Marshall Anderson, Da-
vid Bain, john Dagostino, Alvin
Dechert, Philip Deuchler, Howard
Duysters, W'illiam Grieves, james
Hedrick, Donald Hillman, Carl Kin-
lcel, George Manthey, jack Masterson,
Sruarn McAllister, Don McCarthy,
Mark Morgan, Norman Neubauer,
Richard Reiland, Henry Srreng, Nor-
man Ihrig, Brad Wagner.
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The tennis team shaped up very well this year. VVe had several major letter
men back. These included Dick Roeder, Jim VVilson, Dean lNIcCarthy and Bill
Abberger. Besides these oldtimers there were plenty of new players who signed
up. These developed as we hoped and We experienced a very successful season.
Matches were scheduled with Kenmore, Canisius, St. Josephs, Nichols, Hamburg,
Pine Hill, East Aurora, Springville, Akron, Depew, Lancaster and Orchard Park.
Our goal was to have a more successful season than last year when we placed
third in the Erie County Tennis League.
GIRLS' SPORT COUNCIL
The purpose of the Girls' Sport Council is to promote good sportsmanship and leadership among the girls.
At the end of the year a banquet is held in honor of the senior girls who have earned their athletic awards
according to the point system.
The ofhcers this year were: Louise Allen, Presidentg Jean Cushing, Treasurer.
1941-1942 brought a great deal of enthusiasm and action in the girls' field of sports. Bowling continued for
its second year with many girls participating. 1X1r. Bergman was the instructor of about twenty-live girls
every Tuesday the seventh hour. The popularity of bowling is increasing steadily as a recreational activity.
This year the girls of the senior high school succeeded in having a fine swimming team. Every Tuesday
the girls practiced their form and speed. Play Days were the main interest during the year. Kenmore and
Tonawanda High Schools were invited to participate in these Play Days. Wve also visited these schools and
had a fine time matching our skills.
The fall season was full of enthusiasm with about fifty girls out every Tuesday and Thursday for hockey
and soccer. The orange and black teams were chosen again, and the two teams played each other during
During the winter the girls came inside to continue their sports program. Basketball brought many new
girls with much pep and energy. Play Days were planned with other schools and the girls participated in them
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I.eft to righti Firrt mu'-Peggy Nielse
Sue Moore, Jeanne Cushing, Lou
Seraud rowelrene Yehle, Virgin
Farmer, Eleanor Landel, Irene Fish
Standing-Betty Lou Fuller, Doro: y
Dilrs Dulce Hedrick.
Left to right: Fin! raw-Marjorie
Frank, Nina Cameron, Pat Shortal,
,lacqueline Nlurphy. Nancy McNutt,
Nlarian Metz, Rlarcla Richmond.
Sammi ron'-Margaret Casscty. Sally
Meyer.Marilyn Fariner. Marilyn Seares,
Miss Craik, Ada Kreinlieder. Mary jo
Burroughs. -lane Kinney, Ruth Filbert.
Third mu--Dorothy Dilts, RuthAcker,
Phyllis Glenn, Lois Dechert, Viola
Nichols, janet Seannell, Katherine
Daggers, Ethel Balca, Marian -Ienzen,
Fmlrzlr fan--Irene Yehle, Margery
lNIetz, Beuy Reii. Joan Moesel, Dulce
Hedrick, Peggy Mountfort, Barbara
Hitchcock, Betty Nagel, Marilyn Doll.
Left to right: Firsz raw-Jeanne Gastel,
jane Ewing, Louise Allen, Miss Craik,
joan Barnes, Lois Gahan, Nancy Boyle,
joan Steinmiller, jayne Woodson,
Dorothy Marian, Lois Correrore, Ruth
Krueger, Eleanor Landel, Virginia
Farmer, Jean Henderson.
Nat pictured-Irene Fisher.
Fin! ww-Barbara Bowen, liiarilyn
McNamara, Irene Fisher. Louise Allen,
Gloria Moore, joan Steinmiller, Mil-
dred Yehle, Eleanor Thurnherr, Alice
Smith, June Mann.
Srcond rowfNina Lee Arnold, jean
Larzelere. Helen Allmuth, Iris Cave.
Phyllis Shafer, Jean Cushing, Viola
Nichols, Phyllis Glenn, Margaret Cas-
sety, Marie Roberts, Ethel Baka.
Third fax-jean Aber, Marcia Rich-
mond, Par Shortal, Barbara McNutr,
Ruth Filbert, Sally Millane, Marjorie
Frank, Marian jenzen, Marilyn Far-
mer, Alice Smith, Katherine Daggers.
Fourlh row-Barbara Rice, Mitzi Ives.
Betty Nagel. Peggy Nlountfort, Berry
Reif, joan Moesel. Betty Lou Fuller,
amy jane Kress, Ethel Ann Yeung,
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GIRLS' SWIMMING TEAM
Left to right: Firrl row-Marilyn Farmer, Dulce Hedrick, Marie Roberts, Louise Allen, Marilyn Doll, lrene Fisher,
Serena' raw, Standing-Betty Sue Kendall. Ethel Ring, Beth Fraser.
Third raw-Patricia Kelly, Sally Freudenberger, Virginia Farmer, Ada jane Kreinheder, Dorothy Dilrs, Lorraine Di-
Bello, ,lean Henderson.
Left to right: Front row-Betty Seares, Marion Barnard, I.ois Higgins.
Sfcand rou fGIoria Moore. Mr. Pankow Ccoachl, Barbara Rice.
Healthy morale often contributes much more to the successful administration
of group conduct then do formal rules. This year has witnessed the growth of
more solid bonds of united action and common sentiment among our students.
For our growing devotion to one another and to our school, we owe much to the
example, the boundless enthusiasm, and the sheer hard work, of our outstanding
squad of cheerleaders, whose season never ends, and Whose spirit never falters.
Interesting? YVho is she?
Take your choice! School "Daze"
Nlarie Roberts Cagey, Eh? Grab-bag Glamour girl
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Biggest Enrollment yet!
First regular assembly
First Tower Meeting
Practice football game
Cheer leaders chosen
First Football Game
First Issue of Tatler
First Student Council Movie
Football with East Aurora
Football with Lancaster
Soccer with Gardenville
Football with Akron
Football with Williamsville
Football with Depew
Student Council Movie
Freshman Basketball Game
Senior Play and Party
J unior-Senior Tea
Basketball with Akron
Extra good assembly
Junior Dramatic Club Play
Basketball with Albion
Student Council Party
Memorial for Miss Buerger
Goodby old year
A New Year
lst Air Raid Drill
2nd Air Raid Drill
Basketball with East Aurora
Basketball with Pine Hill
Basketball with Hamburg
Plenty of enthusiasm
Kensington had a tough time
Amherst 9- Blasdell 6
lVe take this one 19-6
Good Old Columbus
Vlie won 20-0
Sorry we havenit more victories
Exciting game - Amherst - 19, Akron - 6
A tough game, VV-6, A-0
We win again 14-0
"Buck Benny Rides Agains'
Started the season with a bang
"Ever Since Eve", a great success
Nice going, Class of 7-13
The hlilk hlaids gave us one of the best
assemblies ever given at Amherst
Another good Assembly
Good send-off for Holidays
Turning over a new leaf
Best of luck to everyone
Air raid drill instructions
Students Congratulated by faculty
Too Bluch Snow
Fast work on the floor
Lots of baskets
Student Council Movie
Basketball with Akron
Baked Goods Sale
Basketball with Pine Hill
Honor Society Tea and Induction
Second Night of Operetta
Student Council Movie
Baked Goods Sale
Easter Holidays Begin
Easter Holidays End
Close of Sth Report
Physical Education Exhibit
J unior-Senior Prom
Proceeds given to Red Cross, "Strike
Up the Band"
Gee, that food looked good
A good time had by all
Dr. Bonner, Topic-Word Bombs
Thanks to Washington we had a snooze
lst this semester
An excellent speaker was procured
"Drums Along The hlohawku
Best one yet.
Our parents checked up on us.
Happy Days for only one week
Back for the Last Lap
And Regents less than two Months away
"Trouble With Gusty"
Big Dance of the Year
All-Class Day Wwe move up-and out
Regents week F
Junior High School Exercises Close of school
Senior High School Commencement Out at last!
Mort Dignijied Girl . . . Klarilyn Rlanger
Mort Dignijied Boy . . . James Bard
Mort Carefree Girl . . . Floppy KlcConnell
Mort Carefree Boy . . . Bert Tilney
Mort Sophifticated Girl . . . Regina hlillane
Mort Sophirticaied Boy-Vl'illiam Xliller
Danciert Girl . . . Joan Barnes
Danciert Boy . . . David Ash
Huyleieft Boy . . . George Chisnell
Wittiert Girl . . . Shirley Holmes
Wittie.rtBoy . . . Robert Coyer
Most Viaaciou: Girl . . . Muriel Crooks
Best Politician . . . Robert Flickinger
Mort Seriou: Girl . . . Lois Corretore
Mort Seriouf Boy . . . Richard Tobin
Mort Talkative Girl . . . Beth Roeder
Mort Talleative Boy . . . Robert Gabriel
Quietest Girl . . . Jean Henderson
Quietext Boy . . . Read Nlason
Sweeteft Girl . . . Nlary Eimer
Mort Conrcientioux Boy . . . James Carroll
lblort Conrcientiour Girl . . . Jane Sweet
Cutert Couple . . . Roeder Kinkel-Joan Barnes
Mott Romantic Couple . . . Donald Schmidt-Nlary
Mort Contagiouf Laugh, Girl . . . Nancy Boyle
Mort Contagious Laugh, Boy . . . Dennis Nlancell
Most Studiou: Girl . . . Barbara Bowen
Moft Studiour Boy . . . Richard Schwartz
Most Artistic Girl . . . Jayne Vlloodson
Most Artistic Boy . . . Calvin Runckel
Mort Athletic Girl . . . Louise Allen
Mort Athletic Boy . . . Richard NlacVVilliams
Mort Induxtriour Girl . . . Irene Fisher
Mort Industriour Boy . . . Gilbert Krackenberger
Mort Muxical Girl . . . Jacqueline Nlurphy
Mort Mufical Boy . . . Walter Klute
Bert Actreff . . . Klary Ann Schwanekamp
Bert Actor . . . Frank Bradley
Smallest Eaterx . . . David Jung, Jeanne Gastel
Biggeyt Eater: . . . Betty Lou Schmitt, Ted Redlein
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ROEDER KINKEL-For his neat appearance at all times.
READ MASON-For his splendid work on the Student Council.
JAINIES CARROLL-For being an outstanding leader as president of the Senior Class.
VVILLIAKI FERRICKaAn utterly charming person.
ELINIER KREHERfFor his super salesmanship on the patron lists,
LOIS GAHAN-Sweetness personified.
MARTHA GOODHARTfFor her pleasant nature.
MARILYN HOIYELL-An outstanding freshman girl.
GRETCHEN SCHYYEICKHARDfFor her sense of humor.
BETTY LOU SCHKIITT-For her pleasant helpfulness on the Tower.
LOIS HIGGINS-For her spirited school enthusiasm.
TED REDLEIN-An enthusiastic basketball player.
OLEEN JUMP-An outstanding tiny senior.
DICK ROEDER-For his fine performance in the Junior Play.
BETTY SEARES-For her super cheerleading.
DICK BAUXI-An outstanding freshman basketball player.
IVIILT KIUGLER-For his great football playing.
HOIXIER BABBIDGE-For his beautiful photography worl-1 on the Tower.
JACKIE KIURPHY-For her fine musical voice.
JANE SYVEET-For excellent editing of the Tower.
ROBERT FLICKINGER-For his business ability.
PHILIP SAYAGEfFor his fine business management of the Senior Play.
GLORIA KIOOREiFor her good work as subscription manager of the Tower.
DICK lXIacVVILLIAXIS-For his outstanding athletic ability.
IRENE FISHERwFor being such a willing worker.
JAYNE VVOODSON-For her original art work.
IVIARY ANN SCHYYANEKAINIP-Vivacious personality-unending effervescence.
RICHARD SCHVVARTZ-For his intellectual ability.
INIARILYN KIANGER-For leaving so many pleasant impressions.
JIINI lNIaclNIURRAY-For his outstanding swimming ability and pleasant nature.
JAIVIES BARD-For his wonderful editing of the Tatler.
MILLARD KREINHEDER-For his beautiful hair.
INIARLEAH SAVAGE+For being an outstanding Junior girl.
BOB HICKS-For his beautiful convertible-fine Work on the Tower.
WILLIAM ALLEN-For his acting ability.
LOUISE ALLEN-For her fine work as Assistant Editor of the Tower.
INIURIEL CROOKS-For her very fine skating ability.
BARBARA NIARTIN-For her fine cooperation on the Tower.
JERRY RIEHNIANA-For his perfect attendance at Sunday School.
CAROL SPAETH-For her excellent performance in Bastien and Bastienna.
Looking for a partner Relaxation Football Freddies
Library daze Don't you dare move! Girl in gingham
Come on fellows! Before the teachers took to bicycles Smilin' Swanie
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XYQ Three" "Deep in a Dream of You'
There I Go" "All Ashorew "All Alone and Lonelyw
"In the hlood
String of Pearls" '4Daydreaming', "Hold Tight"
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The Americanls' Creed
I believe in the United States of America as a Government of the
People, by the People, for the Peopleg whose just powers are de-
rived from the Consent of the Governedg a Democracy in a
Republicg a Sovereign Nation of many Sovereign Statesg a Per-
fect Union, one and inseparableg Established upon those Princi-
ples of Freedom, Equality, Justice and Humanity for which
American Patriots sacrificed their Lives and Fortunes.
I therefore believe it is my Duty to my Country to Love it,
to Support its Constitutiong to Obey its Lawsg to Respect its
Flagg and to Defend it against all Enemies.
-Wlilliarn Tyler Page
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BILL OF RIGHTS
I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise
thereof, or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble,
and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
II. A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to
keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
III. No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner,
nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law.
IV. The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable
searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Wiarrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported
by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to
V. No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment
or indictment ofa Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Nlilitia, when in
actual service in time of War or public danger, nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be
twice put in jeopardy of life or limb, nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against him-
self, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law, nor shall private property be
taken for public use, without just compensation.
VI. In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an im-
partial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have
been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation, to be
confronted with the witnesses against him, to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor,
and to have the Assistance of Counsel for his defence.
VII. In Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of
trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise re-examined in any Court of
the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.
VIII. Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments
IX. The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage
others retained by the People.
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Patrons and Patronesses of the 1942 Tower
Charles KI. Klason
Louis B. Dorr
E. VV. Farmer
Reginald T. Nlurphy
Elmer R. Kreher
J. Kraybill Bard
. A. Krackenberger
Xlillard R. Kreinheder
Harold I. Howell
Edward KI. Blatz
James P. Kinney
Eduard F. hletz
. Townsend Carpenter
Robert O. Poag
R. VV. Shelley
Albert A. Cushing
Norman J. Schaefer
. Arthur P. Kling
Joseph A. Hartman
. John D. Scheller
Hubert E. Coyer
W. Edwin Dyke
. J. H. Faller
. lXlilton VV. lylugler
Frank J. Higgins
Joseph F. Seitz
Dell R. Ewing
. Walter P. Geyer
O. B. Diehl
. lX'lichael Brown
. Arthur C. York
R. J. Crooks
Russell L. Dustman
. Omer L. Woodson
Clarence H. Leo
Donald S. Nloore
Blr. and Klrs. NI. F. Huber
Klr. and Xlrs. Norman lN'lcLeod
Klr. and hlrs H. D. Babbidge
hir. and Nlrs Arthur C. Brown
Nlr. and Klrs A. Gordon Sullivan
Klr. and Blrs. YVm. A. Eimer
Nlr. and Xlrs Rudolph L. Schwartz
hlr. and hlrs. Harry C. Wells
Nlr. and Klrs. Thomas A. Tobin
Xlr. and Klrs. G. F. Boyle
Nlr. and Klrs. Emil P. Flickinger
Nlr. and hlrs Philip S. Savage
Mrs. Elmore Black
hir. and Klrs. Percival V. Bowen
Nlr. and hlrs Daniel A. Corretore
Nlr. and Klrs L. Argus
Dr. and Klrs. Louis Schmitt
Xlr. and hlrs David R. Pearman
hir. and lNIrs Raymond E. Kelley
Xlr. and Klrs George B. Ferrick
hir. and lXIrs. George S. Sweet
lN'lr. and hlrs. A. H. Barnes
lXIr. and Klrs Lester Benson
lNIr. and hlrs Ernest Gierz
lXlr. and hlrs YValter L. Bradley
Klr. and Klrs Dean lXflcCarthy
hlr. and Nlrs VVilliam T. Harrison
hir. and Klrs Callodine, Jr.
hlr. and lXIrs VV. F. Miller
Klr. and hlrs Wlilliam Daggers
lXfIr. and Blrs Lawrence Nlartin
lX'Ir. and Blrs Donald L. NIacKlurray
lX'lr. and Klrs. Kenneth E. Harvey
lNlr. and Klrs E. A. Block
lXIr. and Xlrs W. Grenville
lN'lr. and Klrs G. F. Roeder
Bob Robin Noah
Gibson 8: Doty, Guild Opticians
Hutt's Dairy Bar 84 Luncheonette
Introduction to Advertising:
On the following pages appear those friends of Amherst who have helped us
to a considerable degree by their willingness to advertise in our yearbook. Let's
show our appreciation by patronizing them at every opportunity.
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Compliment: of Complimentf of
OMEGA SIGMA ZETA SIGMA EPSILON
GAMMA CHAPTER ALPHA CH XPTER I- . A
Roeder Kinkel I
"Best of Luck"
GAMMA PHI SIGMA
Member of Intn-fraternity Counril
Paxton Van Svveringen
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- A A MEMBER OF THE INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL
Christian Flierl Company
Lumber-Planing X1illACabinet Work
1352 Genesee St. Buffalo, N. Y.
Phone: T.-Xylor 2-186
Employers took 778 of our graduates las't year-
and wanted 187 more which we could not supply.
midwife early enrollmenl.
35th Summer Term begins July 13
35th Fall Term begins September 21
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
775 Main Street Buffalo, N. Y.
Regirlerzd by thf Regfnlf
fYou can earn your room and board and some
spending money while receiving your business
training with us.j
Edward B. Seligmann, Inc.
Builders and Contractor'
Builden' of Fine Rzridenrer
127 Ruskin Road Pa. 1071
KREHER 8: SHOEMAKER, Inc.
J obbers of Fine Confections
SCHRAFFT'S CHOCOLATES, FRUITS AND SYRUPS
BUFFALO, N. Y.
Come and Enjoy a Good Show in Comfortable
Seats, Amid Luxurious Surroundings
This is Amherst's Own
Remember the Nanie-AMHERST
Phone: PA. 5100
CARDS A- FLOWERS -- GIFTS
27 University Plaza Eggertsville, N. Y.
W. T. GRANT CO.
at University Plaza
Evrryllzing for ilu' Family and the Hamel
LEON 'S COFFEE SHOP
37 UNIVERSITY PLAZA
GIRLS Smart Apparel BOYS
GIFTS and TOYS
i'Ewrylhing for Ihf Babyw
Boys to 8 and I0 yr.
Girls' to 16 yr.
THE CHILDREN 'S SHOP
22 University Plaza
Main St. and Kenmore Ave.
I., M. LENHARD M. LENHARD
lVe Carry a Full Line of Columbia, Victor
Blue Bird, Okeli and Decca Records
E. J. WERTZ
28 University Plaza
31-33 University Plaza
PIES - CAKES - ROLLS - BREAD - COOKIES
All Makes of Ojifial and PVXSTRIES
Radios and Philco Factory A
Appliances Repaired Sales and Service
UN- 4537 Ordfrf Taken for all Ocmriom
The Complete Business Center
Guelich and Boebel, Inc.
IN OUR CAFETERIA
Ire Cream - Candy f Klflagazinef
ShelfGrorfrie.v W School Supplief
4209 Niain St. Eggertsville, N. Y.
Phone PA. 1505
Charles S. Rogers David F. Rogers
Main and Callodine
Phone UN. 6021 Eggertsville, N. Y.
All Phases of Beauty Culture
ALIDA BEAUTY SHOP
3997 Main St.
Eggertsville, N. Y.
Closed Vvled. at Noon, Open Tues-Fri. Evening
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Thr W0rld'J Grfatefl
Bailey and Kensington Ave.
3021 Delaware Ave., Kenmore
Com p!z'mfn!,r of
J. BELIN SON
REAL ESTATE BROKER
MAIN CORNER BAILEY
ADMINISTRATIVE - CULTURAL
296 Linwood Ave., Bulfalo, N. Y.
Ask Your Guidance Director for Information
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Creates richer more reso
nam more powerful tone
OPENTAGONAL PllNClPlE I
creases sounding board area
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lain bass FESOIIZIICE
OICOUSTIC TOIIE CIIIMIEI
Sciennfucally constructed ro
permit free Howmg tone
OTONE LOUVIES-Blend tone
and direct its flow properly.
674 Main Street
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Phone UN. 9715
Quality Gasoline and Oils
Tires, Batteries and Accessorie
Lubrication Tune Up
FARMS DAIRY, Inc.
4949 Main St.
3836 MAIN ST. EGGERTSVILL
UN, 6600 Beals, McCarthy 8z Rogers,
STEEL 4 HARDWARE A- METALS
MOTOR CAR .ACCESSORIES
BUFFALO. N. Y.
HOYJKT a Cfniury of Sfrvifeu
Compliments of DYBQHSKX
Choice Buys Let Me
in Real Estate Handle Your
lo Suit Your Needs Problems
HARRY F. KUBLI
3586 MAIN ST.
PA. 4703 PA. 5458
Ph 330 Nl'-ENAMEL
one BARNEY MILLER
Plumbing 4 Healing f Sheet Metal
Hardware 7 Oil Burners - Washers
Electric Construction Electric Refrigerators Y Paint
App mnces 5727 Main sr., Williamsville, N. Y.
5542 xllxlx ST. wlLl,lAxlsl'll.LE, N. Y. Williamsville 06 Pf1fkSidf5470
Over 300 Delicious Items!
H Reasonable Prices
Sold by over SOOO
Friendly, Neighborhood Stores
in the United States and Canada
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UNITED PROJECTOR Sz
228 Franklin St., Buffalo, N. Y.
Complete Line of
Still, Xlovie, and Darla Room Equipment
WA. 8022 Film Rental Service
WATSON'S SODA BAR
3582 MAIN ST.
Next to University Plaza
"Jn Ire Cream for Thoye W'ho Demand Quality'
Co mplimeniy of
THE VILLAGE SHOPPE
5550 MAIN ST.,
WILLIANISYILLE, N. Y.
Gifts, Stationery, School Supplies
Band and Orchestra Instruments
of Supreme Quality
Telephone: 732 IXIAIN ST
lfYAshington 8325 Buffalo, N, Y
DR. R. W. CONN
DR. W. A. SMITH
A. F. HOLMES DAIRY
Phone CN. 3220
Strictly Fresh Dairy Products
Hone KIade Ice Cream
" Ifolmff ,Wills for Ihr Iiomf'
429 Kenmore Ave. llI7 Kensington Ave.
5389 Main St.. XYrnsx'ille. SSID Kensington Ave.
GUSTAV A. FRISCH
,IEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
61 Genesee St. - - 3180 Main St.
3130 Main St.AAlfrcd G. Frisch, ,llavzagfr
fGranacla Theater Bldgj
Full I,inc Optical Goods
Oculist's Prescriptions Filled
Cu mpfirnfrzlf of
Dr. 8z Mrs. W. W. Meissner
Van Allen Real Estate
4865 Main St.,
SNYDER, N. Y.
Reservations for Parties, Clubs and Banquets
Call PA. 9763
Full Courfn Dinncr -lic at :Ill Ilourf
Chicken, Steaks, Fish, Chops, Roast Beef,
Italian Spaghetti, Ravioli
3630 lVIain St. at Bailey Ave.
Service ANI. 0123
2220 Kensington Ave.,
SNYDER, N. Y.
ARENA ROLLER RINK
AMHERST off MAIN
NEW BUILDING NEW FLOOR
PARKING SPACE FOR 200 CARS
SPECIAL RATES FOR PARTIES
Ladies- 35C Incl. admission, skating, Nelson Selby at the organ
NIen.- 4-ic checking, and tax. every evening and Sunday
Sun. aft. 30C afternoon.
RAYMOND E. KELLEY
DAMPPROOFING - - WATERPROOFING
ROOFS RECONDITIONED 8: COATED CONCRETE RECONDITIONING
Restoration of Concrete and Masonry Surfaces
I65 BURBANK DRIVE SNYDER, N. Y.
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GEORGE A. PAYNE
617 Blain St.,
BuTTalO. N. Y.
475 Fiftn Ave.
New York City
Phone: Cleveland 3434 Murray Hill 3-1093
"REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY"
TO THE CLASS OF 1942
FRANKLIN F. SCHAFER
Wiholesale Fruits and Produce
Niagara Frontier Food Terminal
BUFFALO, N. Y.
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4 Coats and Vigor
You add the moisture to HUNT
CLUB instead of paying: for it.
Thus you feed 15 lbs. of meat-
abnndant, vitamin-rich food for
each 5 lbs. that you buy.
MARITIME MIIIING C0.
BUFFALO. N. Y.
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Telephone UNivcrsily 1111
LUMEN R. HAWS CO.
609 Root Bldg.
86 W. Chippewa Street BUFFALO, N. Y.
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School and Fraternity Jewelry
Diamonds Wiatches Trophies
For Better Bowling, Bowl at PHONIF. PA 3551
AMHERST RECREATION K. B. RINEBOLT
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ww am t I lamsu 6 HardWarefPlumbing-Heating
Ona 7 J PaintsfHouse Furnishings-Electrical Supplies
Bowling Billiards 4560 MAIN ST., SNYDER, N. Y.
SAUSAGE MAKER TO His Mmesrv KING Apocriri
ni.-mibuiors of qggiiwlf Qualify Foods
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The Official Paper
DONNER-HANNA COKE 0, AMHERST
THE ECINOJIY FUEL
Yvith a Weekly Column of
The ups ani downs of luffall weather have V
taught many families the alvantages gf this Amherst Central News
famous fuel. They Appreciate also the speed nf
delivery and the service gf 'ur Heating Engineer.
Fine job Printing
.l Trial will unixincs you, tn.
The Agents for Smart
Personalized Matches, Napkins and
Sold and Serviced by playing Cm-ds
Economy Fuel Corp. wiLLiAx1sx'i1,LE, N. Y,
KCC: Sorxes Expert Lubrication
TONTINE SHADE SHOP
309 Delaware Avenue
Q Main-City Line
Xl X. 1043
"Mac" KlcNerny "Bert" Berchou
lllindow Shades Yenetian Blinds Proprietary
Floor Coverings UN. 9807
PHOTOGRAPHS IN THIS ANNUAL WERE MADE BY
637 MAIN STREET, BUFFALO
Featuring the New Movie Light Apparatus and its
Effect in hlodern Photography
Negatiwex Kept in File! Five Year! for Duplicate Copier
Industrial, Institutional and Personal Photography
MEN'S -BOYS' SHOP
5520 Main St., Williamsville
Furniture Exchange, Inc.
XYarehouSe 8: Salesrooms
104-106 Pearl Sum for the Whole Family
Bfmwi X' Y' SPORT and GYM SHOES
Elmer C. Stygall
HPrireJ That Challengf Comparirowf'
WATCHES PARKER PENS
:file Bob lflicleinger abou!
FORD N. CROWN
Hurst Bldg. YVA. 2727
Free 3 Phones: Buffalo, N, Y,
Service PA. 5151 TROP1-HES KIEDALS
Kodak - Leica A Contax - Argus and Speed
Stoker Coal Smokeless Coal Bituminous
Kodachrornc Color Film. Publications. Fine
Grain Developing and Printing
J. F. ADAMS, INC.
459 Washington St., Near Mohawk
lfcuerylhing for tha' .fmateur Photographer
SUPPLY 8z COAL CORP.
S27-1' Main St., Viiilliamsville. N. Y.
Wiilliamsville 64 - 1fNiversity 3581
REAL ESTATE BROKER
3585 Main si. Pmkside Lehigh Valley 5e"m'5OlVaV
Eggertsville, N. Y. 1747 Amhfacltc Coke
D. A. PFOHL N. R. PFOHL PHONE UN. 2266
SCHULER BROS- C. R. STACKHQUSE
CARTING 7 MOVING 7 STORAGE
Groceries - Ycgeiables - Kleat
.-Ill Loadr Iruurrd
4512 MAIN ST..
Snyder, N. Y. PA. 9041 PA. SC42 SNYDER. N' Y-
Telephones: YY.-X.Ol77 or 0173
RYAN 81 WILLIAMS, INC.
Desks : 2 Chairs : : Filing Cabinets
S2-S4 Pearl St. Buffalo, N. Y.
Burivzftr Life Insurance
Liberty Bank Bldg. Buffalo
ALWAYS SAY HDYEH
When thinking of Storage, Packing, Moving
One million cubic feet of modern all fireproof
Heated storage space.
Priwalf Sealed Room:
Nation-wide, Long Distance Rloving
Expert Rug Cleaning
Phone LIncoln 4420
1661 MAIN ST. BUFFALO, N. Y.
Ivm. R. Boocock, Pretidfnl
Julian Moody, Managfr
FOUR WINDS FARM
LOCK'S HOME BAKERY
460 South Harlem Road
Try Our Home-made
INCORPORATED Complimffllf Of
BROST MOTORS, INC.
DODGE and PLYMOUTH Distributors
4190 MAIN sr.
EGGERTSVILLE 1285-1291 MAIN sT.
NEW YORK BUFFALO, N. Y.
NORTH PARK BUSINESS SCHOOL
Hertel Ave., at North Park
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION-FOR BOYS
ADVANCED SECRETARIALfFOR GIRLS
Gregg Shorthand Accounting
Touch Typing Business English
Secretarial Practice Ofhce Practice
Commercial Law Calculating Machines
Imfruciionf in Bookkefpiizg, Diftaphone, Comptometer and Mimeograph Machiiief,
Switchboard, Electric Typewriter.
Buffa1o's Residential Business School
Intensive Summer course begins July 6 Fall term opens September S
Telephone DElaware 7171 Ask for our catalog
ROSWELL L. TURK
REAL ESTATE-lNSlfRANCE Cfinzplimfnlf 07
' DANIEL JUNG, M.D.
4585 Main St.,
SNYDER, N. Y.
Complfff Eawipwnf RIEN'S and Boys' WEAR
For Baseball, Softball, Track, Golf, Tennis, and SHOES
Archery. Badminton, Bicycles, Roller Skates,
1404 Heftel Ave., 5548 Main St-
BUFFALO, N. Y. A , , , , , Y ,
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DE. 4277 Open Evenings
KOBLER 8a MILLER
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OPPORTUNITY FOR SERVICE
XXII-IERST COXIXIL NIT 1
which is being accorded us by the people
Convenient Parking. Convenient Shopping,
320 Genesee Street
CALIFORNIA POTTERY GLASSWARE
GRACE C. HEANEY
4517 Main St., Snyder, N. Y.
Mojud and Berkshire
Serving Niagara Frontier Since 1888
J. F. WEINHEIMER, INC.
Plumbing - Heating
306 E. Genesee Street
Co 'nz pli me rm' of
DI BELLO - PONTIAC
1275 Main St.
Covers for the
designed and produced
ART COVER 8: BINDING
HOLMES SHOE STORE
3270 Main Street
BUFFALO, N. Y.
JEAN BEAUTY SALON
Residential Construction a Profession
Permanent Specialist Hair Dyeing
Complete-Beauty Serwlref Inc'
3971 Blain Street Eggertsville, N. Y. 4287 Njain St- Phone: UN. 0444
"BLUE COAL" and SEMET-SOLVAY COKE
The Popular Houxehold Fuel:
Corner Main and Erie Streets or
From Your Neighborhood Dealer
Phone: CLeveland 7900
ART GOODS NOTIONS NOVELTIES
Let Us Take Care of Your Hem-Line Troubles
Alterations and Repairs.
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AND AN INVITATION
0 Seniors-accept our sincere congratulations. Graduation from such a fine school as
Amherst Central High School is something of which you may be forever proud. The fine
inHuence of its splendid teaching staff has added something to your character which time
can never erase. Take with you our best wishes for your unbounded success.
O Now that you are about to step out into the world of industry and business, you may
choose the printing and lithography field as your course of endeavor. Since the time of
the first great American printer, Ben Franklin, many a young man and woman have
risen to fame and success through their training in printing. We will be glad to have you
come in to discuss your potentialities in this profession.
WM. J. KELLER CO.
PENN R. WATSON, President
Printers - L ithographers
MAIN AT VIRGINIA ST. BUFFALO, NEW YORK
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