Amherst Central High School - Tower Yearbook (Amherst, NY)

 - Class of 1946

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Here it is-all that remains of the 1945-46 season- acts reenacted, high wire artists and clowns, ringmaster and rousta- bouts. Not the smell of sawdust but the pungent odor of ink, not the roar of animals but the happy chatter of boys and girls crowd our memories as we glory again in this important part of our treasured past. The show will go on but the stars will change, new attractions will take our place. Let us now review some of the highlights of this 7 year s program. wow, , oo Noi: Nl Nui 6 ' 9, A 0 '59 cfexlo '50 551 oi . Q60 86105 QX52' XQXOQ as ref' ' fc. 'S wa? G96 A 1'Y5?cq,s'uiis ilcfixa Xt 6 Q15 an x, CCDQB X699 XY. XS' X5 655. 1,656 CXXOO 6 O 'xx ' . Xoi' V06 T002 Oi io 1196 ei 'A S S5 coo X596 Cixgxfafxy' L5 BSCQZSTG XTZVXVKYXQ X 5 - ' ' ieigov xi 396 S 'D-945 we gxotoxx X5 ,SNQAXQTQXS 055 -5-501 xx X 3,191 . Qs- 5665. gs- . 0 Wa A 'SCXAQSK' 5500 0090 3, 90 Q 9490 eallloioi aicgfbwi Cams of 1255 ibohxoi iid 31939 Se, 3 oct? 59 A 5 A XS. '6' YO? 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Working silently and unapplauded behind the scenes, Mr. Schonewolf has been one of the moving forces towards school improvements, pupil success, and general progress in education at Amherst Central. Students and faculty alike hold Mr. Schonewolf in high esteem for his zealous devotion to duty, his penetrating insight, and his sincere interest in the welfare of all those with whom he comes in contact. 5 TOWER TOWER EXECUTIVE STAFF Editor-in-chief Ass't Editors Business llffanager Ass't Business Manager Art Editors Subscription lllanager Assit Subscription Manager Advertising Manager Assat Advertising Managers Publicity Manager Ass't Publicity lVIanagers Boys' Sports Editor Girls' Sports Editor- Photograpliy Editor Typing Editors Faculty Adviser Kay Parker Elaine Hambleton, .Ioan Curthoys Sue Sweet, Betty Spangenthal Fred Berriman Pat Hartford Joan Kendall, 'William Swan Nancy Tolsma Audrey Schutte Jack Stage Mildred Emes, June Becker George Snyder June Smither, Marjorie Hasselbeck Frank Harding Irene Becker Dick Jeffery Norma Stephens, Joan Stafford Betty Brost Mr. Robert Holder TOWER 6 EXECUTIVE STAFF-First Row-Betty Spangenthal, Joan Curthoys, Audrey Schutteg Second Row-Midge Hasselbeck, Nancy Tolsma, Fred Berriman, Kay Parkerg Third Row-June Smither, Barbara Foote, Irene Becker, Joan Kendall, Pat Hartford, Fourth Row-Sue Sweet, Frank Harding, Elaine Harnbleton, Jack Stage, George Snyder, Bill Swan. Tower was a popular activity this year and seventh hour often found Room 220 buzzing with people hard at work. Besides making up the yearbook the staff presented the annual Bazaar, which drew a record crowd, and the movie "A Thousand and One Nights." They also entered enthusiastically into the selling of stationery, Christmas cards, SEZPARKER and wrappings. All these, however, were BERRMIEQOF aimed at our one big goal, presenting the ANXBUSAQS S 1946 Tower to you. Manage, GENERAL STAFF-First Row- Terry Smith, Doris Richart, Joanne VVilson, Dot O'Keefe, Ethel Schmidbauer, Ruth Kelly, Marjorie Munson, Leda Brunner, Joan Stafford, Second Row-Marjorie Saharoff, Mildred Emes, Alice Spencer, Marilla Roberts, Audrey Bard, Dorothea Olson, June Becker, Jeanette Dietsche, Alice Reif, Beth Cassetyg Third Row-Marilyn Booth, Joan Paulson, Gerry Tropman, Jean Hovgard, Nancy Sc-hum, Marjorie Dirickson, Sue Enloe, Betty Brost, Norma Stephens, Marilyn VVeberg Fourth Row-Beverley Collins, Mary Sullivan, Millie Knauer, Lee Tyrrell, Peggy Malley, Dorothy Kather, Carol Chamberlain, Bernadine Haas, Janet Shultz, Dudley Carltong Fzfth Row-Tom Miller, Marie Shupe, Marion Gulnac, Bill Ingraham '7 TOWER v'--v ,,, .. :QW A 4 'hifi f thi S n 1 1 ff. fi"!,1 1 4 CZ 29 M: 'S' ww K 4 fMfi"" lf' V. '. v xx -v 1' ,fa-if f F .Q Q aww If ' Sage 8,153 Q ng. Q ,E. ,Q- SQVAQSZ ' 23 'efa-VQQVV . V A I - egg is V ' . "VQ.1.V VV, 1-. .f1.,'..-gg. V. "Qi fig. . '. '51e .f:.if:fEg?Q. 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H - .52-Lifaff'-gQ.5fgVp.,j m Vl f1 4'w- V 45234 'f.-,QQQ-pfigufg V' wgfggiq 'fi .- Qybg.. V, ,V , -.,.VV,,,g,,L-Sig... . ..a.,,,.. MV, .,,,,. 4 4 '1V2V':f.Q-f-':1"fV. f' 'D ' ff f143l5iJ'f 2J .i5 's Vf3T..Q3?5-fJ'V'.bs V ' ' 1 QQ? -fwV5,55ggf1.ft,QTVVJ.4VQ- ,.g,,fQwQf3 ,Q ,rf .F " 'Q5 "fQi' - La" iw' . f 7'3-fweif? M 1 . KQQQQVVV, 'if' K A 'i f' ml ' Q 9-if-fi I X 55 . is ,. MR. PHILIP A. SCHWEICKHARD Our ringmaster, Mr. Schweickhard, is the man to whom we all look for leadership. For sixteen years he has faithfully devoted his time to the problems of running the three rings of Amherst: the students, the faculty, and the school. VVe, the performers, Will try to live up to the fine ideals which he has set before us. 9 TOWER MR. JOHN SCHELLER "Is Mr. Scheller in?" "Yes, you may go in right now.', It is as easy as that to see our assistant principal, at almost any time of the day. He not only performs his own duties, but always has some time left to advise us. As a juggler of schedules we see him at many tasks that take him to all parts of the school building. His good-natured disposition and just discipline have en- deared him to all. Here are our trainers-the faculty of Amherst. VVhatever success we have achieved is largely due to their wholehearted interest in our welfare and to their professional skill. Teachers not pictzzred- Robert Rowley, Marjorie Townsend, Roberts Hettler, Neil Stillman , Joseph VVincenc. Betty Ackley Elizabeth D. Arend Martha C. Barbour Lawrence G. Benson Milton E. Bergman Erich Buchterkirchen Walter G. Blish Myrtle Christensen Emma Coyer Mary D'Amico Marian Butt Margaret Carnahan TOWER 10 41: W if if f . if Theresa Fitzgibbons Betty Gallagher John Gelsinger Janet Good Lillian Gruener Moira M. Haley Robert Halm Ealean Hannel Elenora Hildebrand Robert Holder 18 Isabel Husband Winifred Jenner Margaret Joseph Mabel Kollofi' John Krestic Ruth Lake Rufus Le Fevre Alice LeSuer George LeSuer Margaret McCullor 11 TOWER Q. .3 Mason J. Martin Eva Polster Carl Minich Donald Munson Edwin C. Mustard Elton Petersen Robert Pomeroy Dorothy Purdy Alice Reilly Gertrude Rix 'L 159 Basil Rosenberry Harold Schatz Dorothy Schmidlin Robert Schonewolf Olive Shuart Marion Simpson T. Martha Stall Earl H. Thompson Elsie Waldow William Wratten Mufizliwl' www WW kia-,X LIL'-' ELAUJLNMJJAGFOWER 12 . . First Row-Mr. Walter P. Geyer, Mrs. Dell Ewing, Mr. Eduard F. Metz CPresidentD, Mr. Philip Schweickhard CPrincipaD, Mr. Joseph F. Seitz, Mr. T. L. Masterson, Mrs. Rutli M. Browng Not Pic- tured-Mr. Louis B. Dorr CTreasurerl, Mr. Albert A. Cushing CClerkJ BOARD OF EDUCATION We are proud of our Board of Education and justly so. This group of men and women meet monthly to plan the educational affairs of Amherst Central High School, receiving no pay and often little thanks for their efforts in our behalf.Their wise guidance and zealous concern thatAmherst be in the forefront of pedagogic progress has spread our name through- out Western New York. Other educators come to "seen Amherst Central so they can examine at first-hand our methods of education and our splendid facilities. 13 TOWER ' MRS. EMMA COYER Mrs. Coyer's charming personality and sympa- thetic manner make her TOWER 14 one of the outstanding ex- ecutives of our school. Her great efficiency in attend- ing to our ills and to our attendance records is to be admired. 'V , QQ .-'1 T, f --Q P' I 1 jjj 'B X "-J QQ, 0 X, The office staff merits our highest praise for their smooth operation of the myriads of details that go with the running of a school. It is they who prepare the school for the September opening, who keep our daily records, who keep the schedules straight, and it is they who handle the school finances with such ease and convenience for all concerned. This hard working group of office people stand high in our esteem. MRS. IMOGENE AMO and MISS JANE SHEELER c"Yf5 K-fgsm, R Q o K lb I I 1 ,'4, 'lvl " : K :Mo ' ' X f f MR. WILLIAM VAN STEENBURGH " J e MR. JOHN CAMERON ' PQQ2 .. - R. GEBHARD THURNHERR We wish to thank this staff for the splendid Work they have done in keeping our school looking so well. Due to their good house-keeping the walks are kept clear of snow in the winter, leaves in the fall, and the grounds are kept l l looking lovely during the entire year. Their efforts also keep the ' interior of our school clean and shining, Worthy of our pride. Not P'icturediMr. Raymond Burns, Mr. Louis Wannenwetch, Mr. Charles Hildeinger, Mrs. Caroline Bealer, Mrs. William Rolfe MR. JOHN ROBERTSON MR. WILLIAM MCLACHLAN These volunteer students are to be commended for their excellent and unselfish service to our school. Together with our excellent dietician, Mrs. Schmidlin, and her staff of assistants, our cafeteria is now run with smooth efficiency. First Row-Ed Klein, Millicent Knauer, Margaret Schutt, Eugene Sauls, Jack Kelly, David Whitelaw, Jean Hovgard, Marie Shupe, Mary Sullivang Sec- ond Row-Tom Sullivan, Don Holzman, Kent Ziegler, Henry Kummer, Bill Brunner, Sue Boulden For fin'-. c' 3. fell lAir GRACE BEALE RHODA STITZ FLORENCE BRUNNER SADIE GOSS TOWER 16 1 . ff 5 " 4 Nigga. xYSimQ. ning 4 ,359 A X I li 1 1' I uf. ' P I ,w 'hr' il J ,' Il 5, 9 if Q 4-W pf, S S V- H r t '. 'fr N. ra! jk" ' " T A L ,I ' , ' .ill I "- ' I ' ' 1 -1 1 V I 1 Q!- .x, , , 7' . -' . . 1 4 HW , . y .' . - .3 5.4, . Hd., I. L . 'J : V .vi W H L, - .YW ,lu l' , , vp - ' ' -'Q ' ,. ,- . ' ' ' I' ' r' ,Sn 'A' ,qv l R' XA .V ll V , .., I - ,J "IL - . ' ' TL". 4 . w:+fi9 -- '- 'A'-4'-: 'R ' S . 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Lebanon High School, Lewistown High, Penna. Rifle Club 1 Rifle C b Pittsburg. 1-3 1943-1945 dio Club 1 X JJ .X Tatler Soccer 4 tudent Council 1-3-4 5 , l '- l I l l .X ' C iff? M, A Musical Comedy Water Follies WW J-of 1 R Q Q WW , MARTHA BIBBINS BARBARA BLEXRUD MARILYN BOOTH DONALD BRADLEY GEORGE BRAUN Ill arty Barb Lynn Gus G. B. Library Club 4 Parker High School 1 Water Follies 3-4 Band 1-2 Swimming t am 4 Hockey 4 Soccer 2 Soccer 4 Orchestra 1-2 , Basketball 2-4 Hockey 3-4 Baseball 2-4 Junior play 3 wr' af Girls' Sport Council 3 Minstrel Show 3 Water Follies 3 Tatler 4 jr UJWV J E , M I 0490 x f J S ,n"1, fx' A : A 1,1 N15 V Ia f 1 ' .lb I V 03' gf xii 0 I l 4 ' f I i' - 4 X- ' J x O O G . ' -A Xl I islet' i f Q -' N 4 aL-lL Ar- - . - e ,TOWER 18 ii-4 'WZY at ffli 'Ni- 672, AUDREY BARD Audrey Girls Choir 1 A cappella 2-4 ' Hi-Y 3-4 Dance Club 1-4 Field Hockey 4 Honor Society 3-4 ffjfigx? IRENE BECKER JUNE BECKER DONALD BERO FRED BERRIMAN Sis Junie Don Cofrky Water Follies 1-4 Dramatic Club 1 Track 2-4 Photography Club 2 Girls Sport Council 1-3 Scribblers Club 4 Football 4 Swimming 2-3 Swimming 1 Pan American Club 2 Medal for Ping Pong 3 Golf 3 Cheerleading 3 Soccer 2 At Ascension, North Tower 2-4 Tatler 3 Girls Hi-Y 3-4 Tonawanda 1 Business Manager of Honor Society '2-3 A cappella Choir 3-4 Tower 4 Minstrel Show 2-3 Tower 4 Junior Play Tower 4 Tatler 4 Honor Society 4 Hockey 4 Teen Canteen Dance Club 4 w BETTY BROST HENRY BRUMMER LEDA BRUNN ER EUGENE BUELL DUDLEY CARLETON Beetle Henry Roxy Gene Dud , Soccer 1 St. Joseph's 1-2 Basketball 1 Louisville Male 1 Basketball 1 Soccer 1 High School 1-2 ' Hockey 2 Water Follies 1-4 TQWBI' 4 l Minstrel Show 2-3 Hockey 2 - R159 Club 41 1 Jr. Play 3 Minstrel Show 2-3 Laboratory asslstant 4 ' Tower 4 Tower 4 , Tatler 4 M Teen Canteen, Pub. Director ' Senior Play x ge " . - W " y .- I fic IOVWQ 'R ' 1 N Q ' 'L , -: N l ,y C5 Eli' ii I' 5 6 I r " of gr 'il vi - , ' , it v ,1-'UL-s A -if A Ax V 19 TOWER ELIZABETH CASSETY ERNEST CAVAGNARO PAUL CHALLGREN ARMAND Beth Ernie Buzz Cim Water F-ollies 1-3 Basketball 1-3 Soccer 1-3 Hockey 1-2 Tower 4 Tatler 4 Swimming 1, 3, 4 LORRAINE CYRAN Cy North Tonawanda High School 1-3 Track 2-4 ,nv Comedy 4 1.1 x VY ll Qrfi fl' I JEANNETTE JAMES DILAPO MARGIE ANN FRANCES I DIETSCHE Jimmy DIRICKSON Fmncie gefchch 1 Technical High 11001 1 flamff 1 2 Band 1 H Ch lr 5 OWS , Tra k 2-4 00 GY ' A cappe a oir A cappella Cholr 1-3 Fooibau 4 Basketball 1 Teen Canteen 3 Musical Comedy 4 Soccer 1-2 Pan American Club 2 Swimming 1 Hockey 1-2 Soccer 1-3,Water Follies 1- Dance Club 1-2 Swimming Team 1-4 Basketball 1, Junior Play' Advertisement, Make-up l 4 W TOWER 20 Dance Club 1-2 Jr. Red Cross 2 Girls Sport Council 1-2 Junior Play,German Club 4 Tower 4 2 fffl WWW Wjlfw JOAN COTTRELL JUAN LUH 1 HUYS Bone Dance Club 1 Basketball 1 Sports Council 1 Minstrel Show 3 Jr. Play 3 Tower 4 Q4 .of A ".... as MILDRED EMES Mid Letter at Lafayette High School 1 Water Follies 3-4 Tower 4 Lafayette High School 1-2 21 TOWER N' ALLAMIL DIY Wazzy Mm mae 1- llwnfwww U, , Y L U ULN 13 1' LIC U CELESTA MARY I r DENNIS FINNIGAN VIVIAN FLEMING M FERALLOLI Denny Vivie M . .3 'I X ' Lancaster High School Siudent Councll 1-3 f 1 0 JL Pine Hill High School H1-Y 3-4 IWVQ ful! Tatler 3-4 fl - L' I ,pql ' Basketball 2-4 -' ' ' Y Soccer 2-4 , Baseball 2-4 , , I r 1 Play Committee 3-4 ' N "jf UVUVI U5 JOHN GRIFFIN Gnf MARIE GUENTHER Re Student Council 1 Teen Canteen 3 Hi-Y 4 Musical Comedy 4 NORMA PAUL GIFFORD PAUL GOETZMANN G h GESCHWENDER my Rise Club 1-5 QSC Treasurer of Class 1-2 Band 1'4 H1-Y 3-4 l Basketball Q Orchestra 3-4 Water Follies 2-4 Baseball 2 X Tatler 3 Tower if X vb V X ' LS!! Mel T OWER 22 00 OO fra ,Hui is-ii fl A Q.i,. ei BARBARA FOOTE ARLENE FRANK CHARLOTTE FRANK F ootie Are Char Class Secretary 2 Basketball 1-2 Orchestra 1 Student Council 3 Water Follies 3 Camera Club 1 Jr. Play Majorette 1-2 Girls Choir 1 Minstrel Show 3 Orchestra 1-2 Majorette 1-2 Secretary of Tower 4 Tatler 4 FRANCES GARDNER Tiny Tri School 1 Lafay te High School 1-3 Hi-Y ' Ho ey 4 ' So er 4 aseball 4 asketb 14 time Towe Ta 4 M MARION G17 LNAC SHIRLEY HALL ELAINE HAMBLETON MARION HANSON FRANK HARDING Dramatic Club 1 Shirl Ham Marion Pancho Basketball 9' Parker High School 1 Dance Club 1-2 Basketball 2 Student Council 1-4, HPY 4' Soccer 2 Girls Chorus 1 Baseball 2 .Pres. 4 Junior Play Basketball 2-3 Tower 4 Soccer 2 Vice-PN-IS. Of Class 2 Tower 4 Baseball 2-3 Tower, Ass't Editor 4 greasurier of Class 3 Soccer 1 0Wer Basketball 1-2 Baseball 2-4 Water Follies 2-3 Basketball 1-4 Minstrel Show 3 Elootbag 4, 3 onor ociety " W o v' F l 1 - I , 'ie ' 0' Q ' V . - 6 2 1 ns.- ' . 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' A-T-IL ' - - -- ..-A-:L I TOWER 24 BERN ADIN E HAAS Bernie Dramatic Club 2 Tatler 4 Tower 4 JEAN HOVGARD Jean Soccer 2 Tower 4 Water Follies 4 MARJORIE M idge Dance Club 1-3 Basketball 1-4 Soccer 1-2 Hockey 1-2 Water Follies 1-4 Tatler 3-4 Tower 4 Junior Play Senior Play j ' JULIA HAWKINS HASSELBECK JMU Hamburg High School 1 Basketball 4 BURDETTE HAWKS EARL HELF Bob Earl Track 2-4 Swimming 3-4 Football 3-4 'fir y ,M 'K if ' ,VW W, if ,Dil 4 fr- ,Vf 53 :H ' HUGH HOWLETT WILLIAM Bruno Willy Swimming 2-4 Rifle Club 2 Band 2-4 Orchestra 3-4 Tower 4 ack DONALD JACOBI Jake Treasurer of Class 4 Basketball 1-4 Baseball 1-4 Football 3-4 Boxing 3 Student Council 3-4 M TOWER CAROL J URON Carol Mont Pleasan X 1 ool Hi-Y 2-4 Hi-Y Secretary 4 Tower 4 Water Follies l-4 Girls Chorus l Musical Comedy LOIS KELLER CAMPBELL KELLY RUTH KELLY Loie Bullet Kel Tatler 3 Track 4 Dramatic Club 2 Tower 4 Tatler 3-4 Soccer 1-2 'Tower 4 Basketball 3 Junior Play MILLICENT KNAUER GERTRUDE KOCH CHARLES LANDBERG JOHN LEE KENNETH LIPKE Millie Cookie Chuck Jack Ken Riverside High School 1 Annunciation High School 1 Cafeteria 1-3 Senior Band 2-4 Hi-Y 2-4 Dramatic Club 2 Dance Club 2-3 Photography Club 2 Tower 4 Hi-Y 4 Basketball 2-3 German Club 4 Soccer 2 Soccer 3-4 Hockey 2-3 Water Follies 4 Baseball 2 Basketball 4 Band 2-4 Junior Play 3 Orchestra 2-4 Tatler 4 Junior Play ,Honor Society TOWER 26 0090: of Class 4 Club 1-4 Follies 1-4 Society 3-4 'er Co-Art-Editor 4 Council 4 Show 3 Comedy 4 1 A x '. 'l . ' l f e el I .x :uae-lf:-1.iw --it.:-ff,1f:--'ff' , ff , 6 Lf' it KENDALL WALTER KENYON JACK KERTZIE VV ally Kertz Arcade Central High ' Swimming 2-3 School 1 Band 2-3 1 ,ff ' 2 ,if-mzzgfiz-gsxsgxwgf" - gag' q ' '15 f1fmfw.La .2-far: , f. " ' '- Qfif',ffQ?if1l,i?z1s"-21242?L:'s:E-Weigel ,lf '- L 1 ' fy - W-ffliilf our , 1 2' '2f5" i:."' f"' .- ':..:1f Y ' 1J,'.:',Q7ifAs1 -JM' SM WILLET B. KIPL Bogart Baseball 1-4 Football 2-4 Basketball 2-4 Honor Society 3-4 Honor Society Pre Harvard Award 3 s.4 INGER DORIS KLEIN Dorry Kensington High School 1-2 LUEKE MARGARET MALLEY PATRICIA MARKS JACK MASI NORMAN MAURER Lucky Peg s Ol! Pat J inx N orm Kensington High School 1-2 Sport Council WM Basketball 2 Rifle 3-4 Basketball 2-3 W Band 1-4 Baseball 2-3 Orchestra 1-4 Soccer 2-3 M Dance Club 2 Water Follies Honor Society 4 Hi-Y 3-4 H onor sociei JN AAA... 27 TOWER ln Wa 0 CHARLES MAYNE RICHARD JERRY MC DONALD RICHARD METZGER EDWARD MEYER Chuck D. k MC CARRAHER MM Dick E..J. L Bw d 1 2 Track 2 Student Council 2 Football 4 an : . Q Orchestra 1-2 :- . Syfx s E ANTHONY MORAN JOHN MORELAND DAVID MOYER ROBERT RICHARD MURPHY Tony-Boy Moe ' Student Council 2 MUELLERSCHOEN Lil Murph Baseball 1 Senior Band 1-4 Rob , Sr. Orchestra 1-4 Senior Orchestra 1-4 St11deI12C911I1C11 1 Student Council 1-3 Asst. Manager Swimming HQUOT 50016 3'4 Junior Play Team A - ' Senior Class Pres. 74, Musical Comedy 4 Tennis Team 3-4 f , fm gf- f I rf ' f f 1 w '- db tn Q QCD x o 0 , . l'sQ 'Q' K YY L-,-f l . - -J-:L 4 TOWER N Q WARREN MIC EL EDGAR MILLER THOMAS MILLER EUGENE MOENCH GERTRUDE MOORE A M 'ike Eddie Tommy Gene Moe Band 1- orchard Park High School Band 1-4 ' M6 Basketball 2-4 X . I 1-2 Orchestra 1-4 Li, VJ . Q Soccer 2-4 l Baseball 3-4 Rifle Club 2 M xp . V, bb TD Q! Junior Play 3 Tower 4 Q - 3 Q . Student Council 4 ov ' Wx, l To wv-CAP W A W' ' -VN 09' v-"bb Q' 1 ff ' 'A WWW f X1 CAROL N EWBERRY Carol Honor Society 3-4 Tatler Editor 4 MARJORIE MUNSON M arge i Kensington High School 1 ALAN NICOL - Al Honor Society 4 Dance Festival 3 Tower 4 - l l Gr" DOROTHY O'KEEFE Pepper Soccer 1-2 Hockey 1-2 Water Follies 1-3 Tower 4 DOROTHEA OLSON Dot Hi-Y 2-4 Dramatic Club 2 Tower 4 German Club 4 Tatler 4 Hockey 4 Soccer 4 Folk Dance Festival 3 Junior Play Qbusinessj 3 in gs' ontr jllliltlw 3221 3 y, ' we IOM, Lx. 4, 29 TOWER NICHOLAS PARCO KAY PARKER JACK PATTERSON JOAN PAULSON N 'ick Kay Jack J oanie Ted Dance Band 3 Girls Chorus 1 Hi-Y 2-4 Golf 3 Class Secretary 3 Tatler 4 Ping pong 3 Tatler 3 Tower 4 Letter for golf 3 Tower Editor 4 Water Follies 4 Assembly programs 3 Water Follies 1-4 , Dance Club 1-3 V 'To .D L Q " Soccer 1-2 , Hockey 1-3 do ALJ Igonor Sgcietif 3-4 V orres. ec. at I I Junior Play 3 uior Play 4 i E s 2 Q' S 2 5 2 1 PUTNAM ELLEN QUINN JAMES RAY ALICE REIF DORIS RICHART E.Q. Doc Alley "Recky" Dance Club 1-2 South Park High School 1-2 Park School of Buffalo 1-2 Soccer 1 Swimming Follies 1-3-4 Junior Play 3 Baseball 3 Hockey 1 Junior Student Council 1 Senior Play 4 Junior Play Com. 3 Tower 4 Senior Play Minstrel Show 3 Business Staff Tower 4 , i Q Scribblers Club 4 Tower 4 Tower 4 Water Follies ,fi gather 4 Musical Comedy peretitaiif 'H' v - i 2 ' ' , s. '5Q,,i'g, .M in V 3 f J 4' --AV f. Na Q A- f lg rsrj, . . f f I . I - we-Q 14 A I l 405 I it 4 0 O O x Av 4 - I X 0 . ' R ' XZ 551 5 , Q J lf' - -A I T 0 W E R 30 LORRAIINE PECK Larry Tower 4 Tatler 4 Scho la 1 JACK ROBBINS Jack ALICE POLANOWSKI Al Sport Council 2 Hi-Y 3-4 Pres. 4 Basketball Q-4 Soccer 1-2-4 Dance Club 3-4 Water Follies 3-4 Junior Play Committee 3 Honor Society 4 fi A -'34, -,,:, V f To li in ' I MARILLA ROBERTS ROBERT ROTH Rilly Wimp Basketball 1-3 Basketball 1-4 Swimming 1-4 Tennis 2-4 Dance Club 1-3 Soccer 2-3 Hockey 3 Student Council 2-3 Tatler 2-4 Tower 4 Cheerleader 4 Class treasurer 1 Student Council 4 Vice-Pres. 4 PETER POTENZA MARILYN PRATT Salty M ae Football 2 or-gf' wlWi Mf MARJORIE SAHAROFF - THEODORE SAN DFORD Marge ' ' Ted' ' Art Club 1 Swimming 2-4 Dance Club 2 , Tower 4 -Z. Tatler 4 up Basketball 1-3 Soccer 1 Student Council 2 A Hi-Y 4 f via-L 2 31 TOWER ETHEL SCHMIDBAUER DONALD SCHNEEGOLD CARL SCHRIEBER NANCY ANN SCHUM AUDREY Smitty ' Sneezer Schribe . Nan Gert Dramatic Club 2 McKinley Vocational High Dance Club 1-2, 4 Band 1-2 Ta er 3 0 School 1-3 Soccer 1-4 A cappella 1-3 Baseball 4 Hockey 1 Orchestra 2 X, Basketball 4 Tatler 3 Hi-Y 2-3 Water Follies 1, 3 Tower 4 GEORGE SNYDER Cornball Cafeteria Staff 1-3 Junior Play 3 Tower-4 Publicity Manager Senior Play 4 Musical Comedy 4 BETTY SPANGENTHAL ROBERT CAROL SPAETH ALICE SPENCER , Spang S l SPAN GEN THAL Carol Spenc , Water Follies 1-3 au A cappella Choir 3-4 Water Follies 1-2 Tpwer 4 German Club 4 Swimming 1-2 Library 3 Musical Comedy 4 Basketball 1-2 Cheerleading 4 Soccer 1 Dance Club 3 Junior Play 3 A Tower4 -1 3 , ..f-',. , Na 1 A- 435, A 5 ' I 1 r ' i gg kt-it X X! CbX 9'5" l : ' " L-A-" ' - r A -A ' TOWER 32 iw Www-'Zf C Wally, JANE SEN DKER J anie Sec'y of Class 1 Dance Club 1 Soccer 1 Swimming 3-4 OHice Work 3-4 War Bond Show 3 JANET SHULTS Jan Dramatic Club 1 Usher, Junior Playg MARIE SHUPE . Marie Hi-Y 3 Cafeteria 3 Tower 4 Junior Play Senior Play committee 4 avi W JOAN STAFFORD Blondie Water Follies 1-4 Basketball 1-2 Dance Club 4 Tatler 3 Tower 4 JACK STAGE Jack' Riiie Club 52 Photography Club 2 Student Council 3-4 Honor Society Tower 4 Advertising Manager Teen Canteen NORMA STEPHENS Steve Soccer 1 Basketball 1 Water Follies 1, 3-4 Tatler 3-4 Tower 4 Minstrel Show 2-3 ,ii? TERRY SMITH T. S. Unjc Tower 4 JUNE SMITHER Buffalo Seminary 1 Water Follies 2-3 Tatler 3 Tower 4 Minstrel Show 3 Junior Play 3 Honor Society 4 Student Council 4 NANCY ST. JOHN JOHN STOLL Johnni Chesty Hi-Y 2-4 Track 2-4 Girls Chorus 1 Football 8-4 k Dance C ub 2 ' f 4- 12.9, Tatler 4 my 'CLA -'41 T I," Q, Senior Play Bus. Staff f1,.--v.-- J Lag, , if-we cawwewfa J.-v-L 33 TOWER . Q X 5 , ' L.- ROBERT STOWERS NELSON STRIEBACH WILLIAM SWAN SUE SWEET RUTH SYMONS '- Bob A Nel Swooner Tootie Ruthie Swimming 2-4 1 Senior Play 4 Water Follies 1-3 Dramatic Club 1 Band 1 K D Junior Play 3 Basketball 1-2 Dance Club Q A cappella CNW Tatler 3-4 ' Vice Pres. of Class 1 Wat r Follies 2 -1 J ff' Tow r, C0-Art Ed1lLOr Student Council 2-3 y CBus.D W9 E f ' ' Vice Pres. of Student ,IPC Council 4 I I , Sa, sg, W Dance Festival 3 " . Junior Play K " Q 1 Assistant Editor of jfwif ' of-k Q-page Tower 706 39 Jw? dp wi 66- 'Q A if I. H is S ! 5 GERALDINE TROPMAN VOSSELER ALFRED WEBER MARILYN Gerry Al llfdf Home room Secretary 1 Girls Tr k 1-2 Soccer 1 Student Council 2 Swimming 4 Band 1 ming 2-4 Baseball 4 Tower 4 Tatler 3-4 Dramatic o ball 2-4 German Club 4 Minstrel Show 3 Tower 4 German Girls Hi-Y Treasurer of Y Tower 4 Assistant to L' aria Junior Play 3 goo X fffl X V J-vL V TOWER 34 ROBERT TAYLOR DICK TERRY ROBERT THOMSON NANCY TOLSMA JOSCPH TR BAC Bob Gun Torp Nan J oe Ebenezer High School 1-2 Baseball 1 Tennis 2-4 Bennett 1 Q cap l hoir Basketball 2 Swimming 3-4 Basketball 2-3 ' Golf Swimming 2-4 Z, Baseball 2-4 H - Hockey 2 f 01 67 if Soccer 2 l U N Ml X Water Follies 2-4 ! Senior Play f Sports Council 3-4 Q' - IQ IUUYJ W 7Yj'f"P9'4 W Sec. Sports Council 4 Ojg ' Tower 4 ' Tatler 2-4 S M Business Mgr. of Tatler 4 CLARE WEST lVe.vfie Dollar, Penna. 1 VVater Follies 2-4 Soccer 4 Basketball 3 Junior Play fllusinessj 3 Tatler 4 ' . 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V...:V,y ffl BQ TW " ' ' .,4jf,,vff',Q , Xllffb V Wlllllllllhlmm MQ, Q"""'!lllnqunuuuuu!"" .Mm .km M I F 'irst Row-Frank Harding, Edward Hoeflich, John Stall, Jim DiLapo, Harold Vosseler, Eugene Man- V dell, Warren Brenner, John Krockmalg Second Row-Edward Berger, Donald Bero, Donald Jacobi fCaptainQ, William Grieves, Dan Strong, Not Pictured-Frank Emblidge QCO-Captainj I First Row-John Stoll, Don Bero, James Dilapo, Frank Harding, George Elliott, Harold Vosseler, Don Jacobi, Bill Grieves, Gene Mandell, Willet Kiplinger, Burdette Hawks, Ed Meyerg Second Row-Allen Ott, Ed Berger, John Krochmal, Ed Hoefiich, Leon Dolce, Dave Brunner, Dick Sauer, Billy Brunner, Jim Heinike, Spencer MacDonald, Kevin O'Connor, Dimp Wagner, Danny Strong, Ray Weiser, Tony Cerrone, Eric Siegfriedg Third Row-Coach Bergman, Bill French, Robert Nichols, Arthur Beck, Fred Allcorn, Roy Smith, Dick Elliott, Trever Jones, Don Miller, John Basil, Ed Kercher, Charles Smith, Jack Thiel, Frank Emblidge, Bob Conschafter, Clarence Tropman, Dick Faller, Dick Tolsma, Jim Craney, Harry Wells TIGERS ON THE RAMPAGE When Coach Bergman gave the call for football this season the outlook was dark indeed. He had only two men returning from his undefeated team of last year. His hopes soared when some 80 eager boys reported for the first practice. In his usual way he cut the squad down to about 40 boys and started to build a team. Captain Don Jacobi was put in the all important quarterback post of the T-Formation. The rest of the backfield was rounded out by Frank Emblidge, Ed Berger and Danny Strong. With a pretty fair backfield he was faced with the problem of rebuilding a whole new line with the exception of veteran Harry Vossler at center. At the ends he put Johnny Krockmal and Frank Harding, neither of whom had played last year. Dave Brunner and Ed Hoeflich were his choice for tackles. With the return of Gene Mandell he had one of his guard positions filled but there was doubt as to who could play the other. Jim DiLapo was his selection. After three hard weeks of work the team was ready for its first game at Depew. The outlook for the game was bad from the standpoint that Depew had a veteran eleven and Amherst was so green. At the end of the first half the score read '7-0 in favor of Depew. Our guys had played them almost even. In the second half they completed two passes and beat us 19-0. The following week the "Tigers" traveled out to East Aurora and beat the Blue and White 6-0 on a 30-yd. run by Ed Berger. It was a hard-fought game with neither side doing much gaining except for Bergerfs dash. TOWER 44 The first home game was played the following Saturday and the opponents were the boys from Hamburg. In the early moments of the ball game Don Jacobi threw a beautiful pass to Frank Harding for 50 yards and the initial score. Hamburg was quick to retaliate and at half time the score read 6-6. As the game went on it looked like a tie but in the last minutes of the tussle Dimp Wagner threw a pass to Danny Strong who raced down the sidelines for the touchdown. The fourth game of the year was played before the largest crowd of the season at Am- herst and rightly so for it was the Williamsville game. Dimp Wagner had replaced Jacobi due to an injury suffered by Don in the Hamburg game. Williamsville had been unde- feated and unscored upon up until the Amherst game. The wearers of the orange and black were out to change this record. The boys played probably their best game of the season. They outplayed the Billies throughout and though their only score was Dimp Wagner's touchdown in the second period they were deep in scoring territory more than once. - The next test for the team was at Lancaster at night. It had rained most of the week and the field was very muddy. To complicate mat- ters the lighting system went bad and the game had to be played under half the lights. Lancaster scored first and led at half time but Coach Bergman would not be stopped. In the third period Amherst pulled the hidden ball trick and Gene Mandell ran for the touchdown. Bill Grieves ran for the extra point, and with it a tie ball game. The next week Medina came to Amherst for the last home game of the season. They boasted a veteran team which had lost only one this year. Amherst was the first one to score on a bad Medina center. At the end of the Hrst quarter the score read 2-0. Medina, however, came back quick and scored two touchdowns. As the game went on it was plain to see that Amherst was going to lose, but the fellows didn't give up. In the fading minutes Don Jacobi went over, but it was too late to do anything more. The next game of the season proved to be somewhat of a disaster. The opposition was the undefeated powerhouse of St. Joe's. They had one of the best teams in Western New York. They scored in the opening minutes of the game and from there on there was no doubt as to the outcome of the game. Amherst tried every- thing possible but it was to no avail, the Ma- roons marched on to a 39-0 conquest. In looking back over the season Coach Berg- man and his team must surely be ,congratulated on the fine showing they made this year com- pared to the tough schedule and the inexper- ience of the players. SCORES Amherst 0 Depew 19 Amherst 6 East Aurora 0 Amherst 12 Hamburg 6 Amherst '7 Williamsville 0 Amherst '7 Lancaster 7 Amherst 8 Medina 14 Amherst 0 St. J oe's 39 COACH BERGMAN ' fa va AA ,ow 9 E Q . J FQ Q 'W va 'Q' er A f' 4- dt ai Q , 9 A VARSITY 5 A A E QW V 5:r- W KA 'Stn , -1 -if First Row-Frank Harding, John Krochmal, Don Jacobi fffaptaml Spencer W1acDonald Robert Roth Row-Mr. Wratten fCoachj, Don Tolsma, Paul Miller Vhllet Klpllnger Dick Tolsma Kent Llegler CM Third Row-Donald Wagner, Greg Moats, Ed Berger, Tom Pitman Allen Ott Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst BASKETBALL Amherst Amherst Amherst 25 Lancaster 16 Hamburg 25 Akron 21 Depew 45 Williamsville 32 Neuman 24 Pine Hill 30 East Aurora 25 Lancaster 29 Hamburg 35 Akron 34 Depew 38 VVilliamsville 32 Pine Hill 42 Neuman 29 East Aurora When the first call for basketball was sounded last November, the outlook for another champion- ship team Was dark, indeed. Coach Wratten had lost all of his starting team of a year ago with one exception, Don Jacobi. Returning from last year's squad were Frank Harding, Bob Roth, Greg Moats, and Bill Kiplinger, with Spence MacDonald, John Krochmal, Ed Berger, Dimp Wagner, Don Tolsma, Dick Tolsma, Tom Pitman and Al Ott coming up from the J .V.'s. When the season opened Capt. Jacobi was on the sidelines with a football injury. He returned at the halfway mark with the team boasting a four and four record. For the next six games, the Tigers were unbeatable. The high- light of this streak was a one point overtime victory over Depew which put Amherst in a tie for first. However luck was against our boys, and all chance for a second straight championship Went when Pine Hill crushed the Orange and Black. The Team finished in a tie for second place with a record of ten league wins and four defeats. The high scorer for the year was John Krochmal with 159 points. Frank Harding was second with 76. The surprise of the year was the way the sophomores played. Every one of them in there battling for a starting berth. This all points to another good team next year.n37 J6fJ,,rH1.'g ,lg qw - ' A First Row-Danny Strong, Ray Weiser, Roddy Terry, Ed Kercher, George Beckerg Second Row-Coach Wratten, Harold Brundige, Doug Reed, Phil Goetzmann, Don Miller, John Basil, Jim Huiiord, Dave VVhitelawg Third Row-Don Kendall, Trever Jones, Louis Wollenberg, Dick Fowler, Bill Derrick, George Russel, Bill Ziebarth, Arthur Beck , JUNIOR VARSITY 47 TOWER First Row-Charles McCain, Jack Wilson, Bob Stowers, Harold Vosseler, Robert Smither, Eric Siegfriedg Second Row- Robert Kinkel, John Power, Herbert Lichtenthal, Robert Thomson, Capt. Hugh Howlett, Mgr. Ted Sandford, Mr. Schone wolf Ccoachlg Not Pictured-Burdette Hawks VARSITY Amherst 22 Amherst 44 Amherst 39 Amherst 31 Amherst 43 SWIMMING SCORES Kenmore N. Tonawanda Niagara Falls Tonawanda Lockport Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Kenmore Niagara Falls Tonawanda N. Tonawanda Lockport Q fl Richard Landsheft, George Braun, Roy Smith, Robert Root, Richard Lallmang, Cal Champlin JUNIOR VARSITY The Orange and Black mermen opened the 1946 season with a heartbreaking loss to Kenmore. Recovering from this set back, the team steam rollered Niagara Falls and North Tonawanda only to crash against the Tonawanda champs, and lose by the narrow margin of two points. Lockport, the baby team of the league, was not in position to offer much opposition to the Tigers. In the second round of play Kenmore and Tonawanda again tripped us up. However, the Orange and Black again defeated the Big Red team from the Falls, the North Tonawanda Lumberjacks, and the Lock City team. The outstanding swimmer on the squad was Captain Hugh Howlett who was undefeated through- out the season. His specialty was the 100-yard free style but also anchored the big relay team. Hugh won the century free style event in the league finals to capture the gold medal. Consistent point scorers were Bob Hawks, Jack Wilson and Bob Thompson in the free style Sprints, along with Cap- tain Hugh Howlett. Eric Siegfried and John Power featured the breast stroke event, along with Bob Kinkel, Bob Smith and George Braun in the century back stroke. McCain and Harry Vossler regis- tered often in the 220-yard free style. "Herb" Licktenthal handled the diving for the squad. 7945 B First Row-Leon Dolce, Don Tolsma, Tom Pitman, Doug Reed, Dan Strong, John Hodson, Spencer McDonald, John Kroch B111 Clark B1llGxlbert Ed Berger Jack Ferrlck Dick Naylon Mr VVratten fCoachl N! Q - 'fv I 1 lg s f:-' Jizgflggiiiftu., .455 i-lnus:i-!lnq '!g:!5' 215543 ,QSII Q ' ' ,.f . 5:1 mal, Dick Tolsma, Don Millerg Second Row--Don Itichart CManagerl, Don Jacobi, Ed Miller, Frank Harding, Bill Kiplinger tr.. .,"' I. H ti' F s 6 K n BASEBALL-1945 Well, Amherst did it again! For the fourth straight year the tigers walked off with the North- ern Erie County baseball crown. Bill Clarkls great pitching, aided by some timely hitting and almost faultless fielding made Amherst one of the finest nines in the district. The only blemish on an otherwise perfect season was a 2-2 tie with a good North Tonawanda team. Congratulations to one of Amherst's best baseball teams in her history. TOWER 50 Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst 1945 SCORES 9 Pine Hill 2 N. Tonawanda 21 Akron 7 Akron 5 Vililliamsville 10 Vililliamsville 3 Clarence 7 Clarence 2 N. Tonawanda 6 Depew 1946 B 550, XQYERJ ' ala, 'R E00 E , ' ee' " if I X , K is fy Q fn 'v 'ish 'C f 'K X, ' Q - ,, li lfl, " ICAIIS RUP, ,qxE,f0. My + 1 1 S ffl: v ls, 9'3" First Row-Donald Drumm, Donald Schneegold, Henry Brummer, Kurt Rogers, John Shearer, Charles Bishop, Dick Tolsma, Art Lettie, Allen Ott, Bill Siegel, Dan Strong, Second Row-David Dean Cmanagerj, Don Jacobi, Greg Moats, Ed Miller, Frank Harding, Ed Berger, Spencer Mac- Donald, Jack Krochmall, Paul Goetzmann, Douglas Reed, Frank Sykes, Don Miller, Richard Bealer, Mr. Hettler CCoachJ BASEBALL-1946 foutlookj Gone are the Clarks, the Gilberts, the Ferricks, and the Naylons who so ably helped Amherst to her last championship, but the 194-6 outlook isn't dark at all. The pitching is the big question mark as of this date. Don Jacobi will be returning to do the catching. In the infield will be veterans Frank Harding, Dan Strong, Bill Kiplinger and' Greg Moats. In the outfield Coach Hettler has good material in John Krochmal, Frank Sykes, Eddie Berger, Ed Miller and other younger boys. Here's hoping that our boys will make it five championships in a row. Good luck, fellows! 1946 SCHEDULE April 23 Neuman Home April 24 Pine Hill Home April 26 East Aurora Away May 2 Sloan Home May 3 Akron Away May 4 De Veaux Home May 9 Sloan Away May 10 Williamsville Home May 14 Nichols Away May 17 Clarence Home May 21 Akron Home May 24 Williamsville Away May 27 Neuman Away May 28 Clarence Away June 4 Playoff Game June 6 De Veaux Away June 7 East Aurora Home is MR. ROBERTS HETTLER COACH , we 1946 TRACK SQUAD First Row-Ed Hoeflick, Tony Santomaveo, Richard Broadbent, Jim Dilapo, John Stowell, Donald Bero, Henry Brummer, George Braun, Lawrence Wright, Tom Pitman, Don Smith, Charles Kirkg Second Row-John Hind, Jack Wilson, William Still, Dave Johnson, Dwight Balnis, Kevin O'Connor, Dave Brunner, Cal Champlin, Bill Allen, Ray Weaser, Roy Smith, Richard Elliott, Jack Kellyg Third Row-Bob Jackson, Charles Smith, Kenneth Plumb, Bill Power, Richard Hochmuth, Eugene Fechter, Anthony Cerrone, John Power, Harry Crielg Fourth Row-Bill French Cmanagerj, John Moreland, Eric Siegfried, Trevor Jones, Art Beck, Charles Oddo, Jim Culligan, Whitney Fell, Ed Kercher, Harold Brundige, Dick Faller, Dimp Wagner, Larry MacNamara, Gerald Stevens, Gene McRae, Michael Shaver, Mr. Bergman CCoachD The 1945 Track team had a very successful season, winning three meets and taking a close second in the Conference meet. Dick Dunlap was not defeated in the 100-yard dash and the 220 until the Sectional meet at Kenmore where he placed third in both. In the first meet with Pine Hill and Lancaster, Dick Derr and Frank Emblidge broke the school high jump and pole vault record, respectively. Despite taking six of the possible eleven first places, we came out second best to Pine Hill. Our first dual meet was more successful as the Tigers down- ed North Tonawanda 54-52. On May 12th Amherst went to East Aurora to beat East Aurora and Ham- burg and win her first triangular meet in over two years. The relay team of Fechter, Bero, Ippolito, and Dunlap took in third Wins in three starts. The following week we won over Lockport by one- third of a point. Strong in the running events, the team showed a decided weakness in field events. The conference meet was held on our track with Hamburg, Pine Hill, Lancaster, and East Aurora. Bob Holbrook took his fifth Win in as many starts. Even with five of eleven firsts, we lost by four points because of an accident in the relay. The sectionals were held at Kenmore with ten teams participating. Dick Derr tied for first in the high jump, Dick Dunlap took two thirds in the 100 and 220. This was a very successful track season and a number of boys will be on the next year's team. 1946 SCHEDULE May 2 North Tonawanda at Amherst May 4 East Aurora at East Aurora May 8 Lancaster and Pine Hill at Amherst May 18 Intermediate Conference at Amherst May 22 Kenmore at Kenmore May 25 Hamburg at Hamburg May 28 Lancaster at Lancaster June 1 Invitation at Lockport June 8 Sectional at Kenmore TOWER 52 TRACK LETTER WINNERS I945 Major Letters Richard Derr Richard Dunlap James Dilapo William Gisse Robert Holbrook George Manthey Eugene Mandell David Piper Don Bero Frank Emblidge John Stoll Robert Hawks Dave Brunner Murray Brown Richard Elliot Eugene Fechter Tom lppolito Lawerence McNamara Philip Snyder, Mgr. rst Row-Charles Oddo, Kenneth Plumb, Robert Arth, Eugene Sauls, William Stillg Second rw-Mr. Munson Ccoachj, Gerald Stevens, Larry McNamara, John Krochmal, Donald Lrnwell, Richard Broadbent, Richard Hochmuth l Squad Letters Robert Arth Harold Brundige Stephen Campbell Calbraith Champlin Donald Eckel Randall Dilliot Edward Hoeflich William Hammond David Johnson Don Kendall James Murphy Eugene McRae Robert 0'Donnel Robert Smither Eric Siegfried Don Smith Donald Wagner Ernest Cavaganarro, Ass't Mgr. Cross Country running was a new sport at Amherst Central this year. A great deal of condi- tioning and training was neces- sary to develop the team for the two .and three mile races. Mr. Munson, Ccoachl, trained the squad along the roads and bridle paths in our community and also in BuH'alo's Delaware Park. Competition this year was limited but several practice meets were run against Buffalo High School teams. One of the high- lights of the season was the A.A.U. three and a half mile Black Rock race on November 11, in which several of our boys won individual honors. Next year's team should be strength- ened by the return of most of this year's squad. 53 TOWER First Row-Vyn Ann Thomas, Marilla Roberts, Kathleen Kirk, Betty Spangenthal, Pat Hartford, Nancy Hendersong Second Row-Donald Smith, Kenneth Smith A great deal of the spirit at our varsity games is due to the un- tiring enthusiasm of our cheerleaders. This year the eight varsity cheerleaders were: Patricia Hartford, Nancy Henderson, Kathleen Kirk, Marilla Roberts, Betty Spangenthal, Vyn Ann Thomas and the two Smith brothers, Ken and Don. The J. V. members of this team were Sally Hornung, Yvonne Mandell, Pat Moore, June Savage, Joanne Teale, Pat Young, and Sue Zierk. In assembly, March 15th an elimination contest was held to choose three of the latter seven girls to replace the three graduating Varsity leaders. Sally Hornung, Pat Young, and June Savage, won and will be Varsity next year while the remaining girls will continue as squad members. The Annual "Cheerleader's Dance" was held May 10th. The success of this dance demonstrated the fine spirit and loyalty instilled by our cheerleaders. TOWER 54 Ne? 0 l Last fall soccer was held after school on Wednesday and Friday, while field hockey was held on Tuesday and Thursday. When the winter weather set in, basketball was held after school on Friday. Swimming started soon after on Tuesday, during the seventh hour and after school. With this, practice started for the annual Water Follies, which this year was based on the theme, "Water Rhapsodiesf' First Row-Nancy Henderson, Barbara Blexrud, Jeannette Dietsche, Betty Spangenthal, Nancy Tolsm-1, Pat Clark: Second Row-Irene Becker, Mary Hitchcock, Betty Kurtz, Peggy Malleyg Third Row-Sue Decker, Nonnie Seymour, Frances Rod- gers, Fourth Row-Virginia Shirley, Jean Stowers, Bernadine Nicholson, Mary Lou Hammond. SPORTS COUNCIL senior high. The purpose of the council is to keep the records of the sports activities of the girls in their homerooms and to supervise the Water Follies with the aid of Mrs. Husband and Miss Ackley. The Girls' Sports Banquet held in early June was the highlight of the year. 'Here senior, and sometimes junior, girls win their large letters, by earning a certain number of points for after-school sports. The officers of this year's Council were Irene Becker, president, Donanne Sey- mour, vice-presidentg Nancy Tolsma, secretary, and Jean Stowers, treasurer. Mrs. Husband acts as adviser. X The Girls' Sports Council consists of two girls from each girls' homeroom in the .J 55 TOWER 41.1 'www First Row-Lois Piper, Marilyn Hannett, Barbara Smithg Second Raw-Edith Gleason, Pat Moore, Betty Kurtz, June Savage . , 6 fm, N if Y 1 First Row-Frances Fukumiyo, Julie Hawkins, Dot Kather, Bev Collinsg Second Row-Alice Polanow- ski, Pat Hartford, Barbara Blexrud, Nancy Schum, Mary Ferazzoli, Joan Wilson TOWER 56 First Row-Carol Rogers, Ann Bellinger, Joyce Richman, Margaret Haas, Second' Row-Shirley Fisher, Marian Marshall, Marlis Drews, Diane Willax, Adele Thomas N, ouue oavage Pat Moore Sue Zierk P barbara Smith , , , at Young, Joan Kendall , -wwx , Francis Rogers, Beverly H , -..-anvil, Georgia Lee Wilson, Joyce Rieh sersmith R' owell, Betty May Kurtz, Mary man, Dorothy Kather, Edith Gleason g Tlzird Row-Jean Mes- , Ita Schneegold, Adele Thomas, Marion Marshall, Renee Dathe, Cynthia Smith, Peg Malley, Yvonne Mandell, Joan Foote, Sue Arnold, Miss Aekley Ccoachlg Fourth Row-Ge ' Marilyn Hannett, Pat Bellinger, Ann Smither, Donann S Wickham, Pat Kern, R ' ' orgia Goetzman e eymour, Carolyn Manth ose Marmise 6H0CKEYxFz'r.9t R0wSBett y Kurtz, Renee Dathe, M ec-and Row-Mrs. Husband ' F . . ey, Joan Kelly, Jane arian Marshall Joan lhfill , Ccoachj, Nonnie Seymou erazzolig Tlzzra' Rowxlkl , , er, Adele Thomas, r, Pat Moore, Dot Kather, Peg Malley, Mary 57 argaret Haas, Joyce Reihman, Carol Rogers, Beverl ' Rose Martin ey Howell, Shirley Miller, Ollie! MAY 16, l7, 18 Rhapsody, a composition, irregular in form, was the theme of the 1946 Water Follies Using many popular music rhapsodies, the girls blended their dancing and swimming into an interesting medley to make up the program. 7th grade 8th grade 9th grade 10th grade 11th grade Jitterbug Rhapsody 12th grade-Hungarian Rhapsody Rainbow Rhapsody Twelve best girl swimmers- Toyland Rhapsody Oriental Rhapsody I Hear A Rhapsody Finale-Rhapsody In Blue -Rhumba Rhapsody A Q Q ma y M '5'.'3Ls, - , ZF H ? 'fi ., :Q ak ,, A 'xxx q 't . x M N 'Sfai75f':zp .,:': ,, . . Rm, Lsifxl gsfg, xv, gf .un K ., . ., ,,, .wr 1. LI an 59 TOWER COUPLES TOWER 60 N lbw , cxyu-Cz The music organizations this year started out with one director, Mr. Schatz, of the Buffalo Phil- harmonic Orchestra, and ended up with two. The second director is Mr. Krestic, recently discharged from the Army. This year has been fuller for the musical organizations than the last few years. The band has played for almost all of the assembly programs this year. It also played for the foot- ball games played on our own field. The orchestra made its formal debut on February 16, at the concert given by the orchestra, band, choir, and other organizations. Both the band and orchestra entered the music festival held this past spring at Lancaster. The string ensemble kept in the news this year. They played a short concert for one assembly program at School No. 13, and then played for a dinner at the Good Shepherd Church on Jewett Parkway. Of course you've all heard the dance band at one time or another. You know of the swell work they have done. They played for school dances as well as for dances at other schools and churches. With the help of the students they compiled a Junior Hit Parade of the students' favorite numbers and played them at an assembly program. We also had something new in the way of a Basketball Band. A few of the members of the regular band got together once a week to practice for the basketball games. They played at almost every home game and a few of the away games. This band has tried to make Amherst games just a little different from any other basketball game. The singing organizations were coached by Mr. Gelsinger and Miss McCullor. Mr. Gelsinger was in charge of the Boys' Glee Club and Miss McCullor the Girls' Choir and Junior High Chorus. These three groups gave us several very pleasant assemblies. The entire music department combined their talents to produce "An Old-Fashioned Charm," the first musical to be produced at Amherst in some time. To this able department we wish to extend our appreciation for the part they play in giving us many hours of enjoyable entertainment. Seated-David Edwards, Mr. Gelsinger Cdirectorjg First Row-Richard Ploss, John Hynd, Harry Criel, Charles Kelley, Robert Morris, William Klaiberg Second Row-Robert Goehle, David Gingher, John Beyer, Donald Hoizman, Thomas Sullivan, Jack Blackard, Donald Bainwell, Ronald Eiss BOY'S GLEE CLUB 61 To WER ORCHESTRA ORCHESTRA-First Row-Richard Murphy, William Ritz, Harriet Nic-hols, Betty Smith, Sue Bob den, Olive Harbinson, Lois Murray, Second R010-George Baka, David Johnson, Sally Thomps Richard Crawford, Ann Shelley, Pat Marks, Marilyn Hillman, Barbara Smith, John Sanford, Dan Corretore, Arlene Stitz, Marjorie Bouldeng Third Row-Mr. Krestic fdirectorb, Mary Catherine H chins, Donald Willert, Millicent Knauer, Henry Kummer, John VYilson, Oliver Hartwell, Donna H Bob Nelson, Bob Brinkman, Gordon Fisher, Kenneth Lipke, Robert Osborne, Vivian Eckert, Edw' Klein, Joan Pekionsek, Franz Allinag Fourth Rou-Douglas Putnam, William Ingraham, Richa Dybowski, Louis Wollenberg GIRLS' CHOIR T o W E R 62 GIRLS' CHOIR-First Row-Julie Hirschman, Grace Claxton, Faith Gilbert, Pat Bane, Miss McCul-, lor Ccoachb, Barbara Snyder, Doris Linendoll, Joan Voelker, Joan Balbierz, Second Row-Audrey Bard, Harriet Crewson, Carol Leighbody, Joan Coleman, Connie Jones, Barbara Brown, Margaret lhlenfeld, Sally Thompson, Third Row-Jean Buehler, Pat Jones, Harriet Nichols, Betty Smith, Nancy Menut, Theresa Carlin, Sylvia Zasowski, Nancy DuPernell, Stella Jarvis, Fourth Row-Virginia Spraggon, Mar- garet Schutt, Elaine Black, Betty VVise, Connie Gaunder, Arlene Frank, Arleen Ray, Ann Hovgardg Fifth Row-Pat Morran, Lucille Pancoe, Margaret Sullivan, Barbara Lane, Mary Hutchins, Marjorie Boulden, Joy Pollack, Sixth Row-Mary Brydon, Dot Kather, Nancy Davis, Sue Boulden, Lois Murray B D BAND-First Row-Barbara Smith, Robert Corretore, Donald Willert, Ann Shelley, Robert De N yse, Robert Brinkman, Marilyn Hillman, Second Row-John Sanford, Sally Thompson, Robert Geckler, Henry Kummer, Pat Marks, Vivian Eckert, Millicent Knauer, Mr. Krestic fdirectorj, Third Row- Oliver Hartwell, John Weaver, Colin Hamilton, Richard Crawford, Robert Osborne, Kenneth Hanour, La Verne Fisher,Fourth Row-Jack Wilson, Sue Boulden, Nancy Davis, Kent Ziegler, Robert Nelson, James Brunn, William Derrick, Donna Hill, Fifth Row-Dan Corretore, William Ingraham, Gordon Fisher, Lawrence Beeman, Robert Abwender, Richard Dybowski Richard Freeman, Sixth Row-Ken- neth Lipke, Kenneth Houtz, Louis Wollenberg, Robert Conschafter JU JUNIOR HIGH CHOIR-First Row-Joel Huiford, Don Ferguson, James Pritchard, Martin Meidel, Edward Snyder, Bob Luense, Fred Scribner, William Baer, Seclme Row-Sally Belinger, Linda Freeman, Dorothy Maratta, Mary Ann VVright, Valorie Goldstone, Miss McCullor CDirec- H H torj, Joan Lenz, Joan Burke, Dona Bailey, Lucille Harrison, Barbara Brown, Third Row-Diana Beck, Ann Febre, Arlyne VVoods, Nancy Casto, Elizabeth Brenner, Elaine Blainey, Miriam Miller, Margaret Atkins, Elizabeth James, Marguerite Kirk, VVilma Blake, Fourth Row-Joan Petrunick, C H O I R Jane Sutton, Madeline Murray, Anne Doremus, Allison Mathews, Edith Kircher, Beverly Roach, Jane MacLachlan, Harriet Crewson, Carol Leighbody, Patricia Nielson, Fifth Row-Joanne Thompson, Janet Dryer, Ellen Kulp, Alma Lendrim, Marlene Blechinger, Sally Wolverton, Sally Baumgartner, Mary Dunn, Marlene Schulz, Joy Scheller, Sixth Row-Don Seymour, Dick Bren- ner, Jean Brydon, Lucille Pancoe, George Ramsey, Ann Hovgard, Joy Pollack, Nan Hart, Albert Sanders, John Lochte 63 TOWER STRING ENSEMBLE First Row-Richard Murphy, VVilliam Ritz, Betty Smith, Sue Boul- den, Olive Harbinson, Lois Murrayg Second Row-Mary Catherine Hutchins, Richard Dybowski First Row-Douglas Putnam Oliver Hartwell Gordon Fisher Robert K Brinkman, Robert Osborne, Robert N elsong Shcond Row-Pat Marks, Henry Kummer, William Ingraham, Richard Dybowski, Donald B D Willert, Sue Boulden OWER 64 DANCE BAND I A A 1 l Qx Q Q Q Y, i QW 1"-n f First Row-Nick Parco, Carol Spaeth, Douglas Putnam, Dan Corretore, Jack VVilson, Mr. .6 A Krestic Qdircctorl, Vivian Eckert, Bob Osborneg Second Row-Bill Ingraham, Richard 1 Dybowski, Donald Willard, Bob Abwender. Harry Loomis, John Moreland, Oliver Hart- well, Bob Brinkman Q WW L--mc .-f' MUSICAL COMEDY "AN OLD-FASHIONED CHARM" April 5th and 6th Cast Bob Foster-Barilone Douglas Putnam Millie Foster-Contralto Martha Adams Carmelita De Ribera-Soprano Carol Chamberlain Leonard Darcy-Tenor Ronald Schwert Bunny Brown-Mezzo-Soprano Audrey Schutte Lois Williams-Soprano Carol Spaeth Hiram MacDufile-Tenor Jack Blacker Manly-Speaking Part George Snyder Directors Musical Director John Krestic Girls' Chorus Director Margaret McCullor Boys'Chorus Director John Gelsiriger Dramatic Director Barbara VVatson Scott Dance Director Isabel Craik Husband i,r""'l First Row-Kurt Rogers, David Dean, Dick Scribner, Eugene Mcliaeq Second Row-Jim Brunn, Jerry Hazen, Paul Pnncoe, Norman Maurer, Dudley Carlton First Row-WVilliam Bennett, Mr. Munson Qadviserj, Donald Kunoldg Second Row-John Atwood, Robert Mann, Jim Taylor, David McCain, Third Row-David Jones, William Jones, William Gleason, Earl Brown Amherst is one of the few schools that can boast a certified National Rifle f Q Association rifle team. The range here at Amherst is one of the largest indoor y X X rifle ranges in Western New York. W X , This year the Senior high school club participated in interscholastic matches, X culminating in a six-school tournament on our range the latter part of April. 1 Q Next year the club will be represented in the Western New York Tournament, f iff' with matches scheduled regularly throughout the year. f I If Under hir. Pomeroy the boys have shown tremendous improvement since X, .. , V they were organized a year ago, and the outlook for a championship team next ,-"' pf' year is good. ,fi The Junior high school club, which is quite popular among younger Amherst- ," ' onians, is turning out a large batch of good shooters for next year's senior team, A under the direction of their able coach, Mr. Munson. TOWER 66 f, f f TMR J-. X uocuuw Anuu uuuanu uuu, uuvnxr uncnn, Aeuueiv vv......n,J y STAGE CREW Every school, as well as every circus, must have its "roustabouts" to handle the intricate Work of its stage and cameras. You can always find our Hroustaboutsn climbing around the ceiling of the gym or in the projection booth planning some new lighting effects or perhaps preparing for an assembly program. VVe appreciate the many services they have performed. al ffl xi n yy y ' 67 TOWER O a......f 1w'mMi.' F . It Row,-Earl neu: "Arnold, John Lvvwi "" F l JUNli0l1 ifdiiims, licichard MUfPhy'D0 ores M' ae , William Fan' JUNIOR AVIATION DEPARTMENT Amherst Central is justly proud of its contribution to the twentieth century air age-its Aviation Department, which is one of the finest and best equipped in New York State. It is not- sufficient to learn the rudiments of aeronautics via a text- book but rather to gain the practical knowledge by actually working with real aviation equipment Our department boasts not only a thorough grounding in the four classroom subjects but also a shop containing two aircraft, several engines, and innumerable parts and accessories. All of these are available to the fledgling student who then learns by putting the classroom knowledge into actual experi- ence. Nothing can compare to training gained in this manner. But that's not all! This program also provides for ten hours of flying instruction per student which is generally sufficient time to obtain a solo permit. This is not just a curricular effort but rather is intended to get the air-minded youth of today rooted and grounded in the fundamentals of aviation so that he can better find his place in the world of tomor- row. WER 68 f Z f'- v '!4"lE! 1 W ,-, ,iifg C77 v ' 1 fini! 4'1' J f .5 NEWSPAPER CLUB Early in October, 1945, Mrs. Ealean Hannel, Librarian and English teacher at Amherst held the first meeting of the Newspaper Club. The group's function is to collect, compile, and submit school news to the Amherst Bee. This news constitutes a "newspaper within a newspaper," and appears weekly under the heading of Amherst Dean CClub Editor, Mary Daniels CJun1or High Newsl, Diane Willax CFeature . . . . I Mrs Hannel CAdx1serJ Robert lNelson CEditor-in-Chiefj, Janet Shults Central H1911 Actwdws' Editorl not pictured Connie Bacon CMusic Editorj, Clifford Meroth HI-Y GIRLS The Amherst Girls' Hi-Y was organized in November 1943. The Club has two purposes. The National one-to create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. The Local one-to aid the school in every way possible. The officers are: President, Alice Polanowskig Vice President, Audrey Bard, Secretary, Dot Katherg Treasurer, Peg Malley, Chaplain, Millicent Knauerg CouncilRepre-sentatives, Nancy Schauf- fler and Sue Decker. Fzrst Row-Nancy Schauiiier, Millicent Knauer, Sue Decker, Alice Polanowski, Dorothy Kather, Peggy Malley Audrey Bard, Miss Ac-kley CAdviserD: Second Row-Rose Marinese, Barbara Masterson, Dor- othea Olson Lillian Wickham, Shirley Puehn, Marie Guenther, Louise Siegfreid, Margaret Haas, Fran- ces Fukumiyo, Barbara Smith: Third Row-Joan Paulson, Marion Gulnac, Nancy St. John, Mary Fer- arzoh Gertrude Koch, Edith Bushy, Dorothy Vollmer, Diane Willax, Carol Newberry, Adele Thomas Mrs. Parker Will Parker Selma Parker Annie Bob Troutman Bill Parker Lulu Mae Robinson Charlotte Mack George Robinson Mark Willis Radio Announcer Director Senior Adviser Prompter Publicity Program Tickets Call Girls Properties Stage Crew SENIOR PLAY DECEMBER 7TH AND STH 11945 8:15 CAST OF CHARACTERS KAY PARKER BILL SWAN NANCY TOLSMA IRENE BECKER RICHARD MURPHY TOM MILLER LEDA MAE BRUNNER ALICE SPENCER NICK PARCO GEORGE SNYDER DOUGLAS PUTNAM PRODUCTION STAFF Miss Betty Gallagher Miss Elsie Waldow Marjorie Hasselbeck Dorothea Olson, Chairman Audrey Bard, Terry Smith, Carol Chamberlain Joan Curthoys, William Ingraham Adviser, Mr. Robert Pomeroy Alice Polanowski, James Ray Frances Duquette, Claire West Jean Hovgard, Nancy St. John, Millicent Knauer, Lee Tyrrell, Nlarie Shupe, Mary Sullivan, Beverly Collins David Zierk, Manager William Goll, Robert Whitney, Conrad Arnold, Edwin Schenk, Robert Perkins, Richard F iscus, Robert Schuetz R.. 'X 097 r- TOWER 70 M "-Wkshsa J M SY Mx kg i x jam .V-,fgffj 4 X wry F if L TOWER 'YQ F -'.':' f ' Nxgxx, Wilgll xx ' 'Q V 4 Fzrst Row-George Baka, Bobby Whitelaw, Renee Dathe, Kay Kirk, Georgia Goetzmanng Second Row-Ruth Parnell, Dick Freeman, Dot Vollmer, Dick Sauer, Judy Leonard,4Barry Neill, Tom Eck ' ' :G Pat Holmes. . . Rosie ...... ........... Victoria Spencer Holmes .... Tom Holmes .......... Freddie Amberly .... Albert Davidson .... Myra Edwards ...... Gloria Cartwright ..... "Bummy" Post. , . . . Annabelle Wilson ..... Florence Cartwright .... Murphy ........... Director .... Prompters .... THE LOVELY DUCKLING May 2nd and 3rd CAST . . . , . .Judy Leonard . . . . .Dorothy Vollmer . . . . .Beverly Neill . . . .Dick Freeman ......TomEck . . . . .Dick Sauer . . . . .Renee Dathe ..........KayKirk . . . .Georgia Goetzman . . . . .Bobby Whitelaw . . . . .Ruth Parnell ................GeorgeBaka ..........Miss Betty Gallagher Clifford Meroth, Dick Guelich S 9 gi " k 5, Q I 1 , is ' qi 445' ' A - - 'x 5313335 ' 'mu 4fL'5.'z 4 gif as " ar 1- v,,7'ighik I wg I I ffitff Q IX 2 Qi in 'M awww ,png 1 t "'sf""ff 1 ig. gy W Ykfgh 1 i i ,B 'ii A 'ifgfffa egg:-T191 iz K ., N.NM,,V. if ...fff Wg, , ii ,-V -ff, ww- , 1 I P 3, 1 Hr- 1 ,N e, . Q - 3 X WH' T Q? J fl Ak KI gr X aE l ,yew C i ease H f or 456 .L E ' Jwwwfn Wm, Scholarship i Hlghest Award o 16 No Amherst Central High School, Snyder, N Y February 19 19 FIRST ROW-Beth Cassety, Lois Elsenmann, Marjorie Hasselbnck, Bill Swan, Marjory Munson, Carol Newberry Diane Willax, Martha Adams, Robert Nelson, Carol Chamberlain, Donanne Seymour: SECOND ROW-Joanne Teale, Sally Hornung, Margaret Haas, Joyce Riehman, Jack McKenna, Pat Goodman, Carol Juron, Barbara Smith, Kenny Helfrich Ethel Schmidbauer' THIRD ROW-Marion Marshall, Dorothea Olson, Janet Shults, Frances Rogers, Alice Polanowski Faith Gilbert, Douglas Putnam, Jean Messersmith: FOUR ROW-June Becker, Sue Zierk, Jean Spring Joanne DiBello, June Savage, June Smither, Joanne Wilson, Nancy Wright, Mary Ferazzoli, Marion Hansen FIFTH ROW-Roberta Whltelaw, Vyn Anne Thomas, Marilyn Foote, Barbara Foote, Judy Leonard, Jo'an Curthoys Arlene Ray, Mary Blake, Peg Malley: SIXTH ROW-Dorothy Kather, Barbara Buschman, Mildred Emes, Clare West Yvonne Mandell Beatrice Furnas, Pat Moore, Marlis Drews, Gertrude Koch TATLER Completes Sixteenth Year of Existence In the sixteen years of exist- ence as Amherst Central High School's newspaper, the Tatler has steadily travelled an upward path. At Mr. Schweickhard's suggestion and under the guidance of Miss Rix, of the English department, and Mr. Martin, of the printing department, the staff of 1945-1946 has been able to jump the Tatler from the mimeographed classifi- cation to the advanced position of a printed newspaper. Along with the glorification of form came many new problems concerning Tatler content. Being a true newspaper in form, the rules applying to a true news- paper had to be followed in deciding the type of material to be placed on the Tatler's four pages. As a result of this change in form, the Tatler has grown upg has become more serious in nature, yet still retains healthy entertain- ment value. Heading the Tatler's staff, as Editor-in-chief, has been Carol Newberry. Her genuine interest in writing, and helping to create that same interest in others, has kept her willingness to work, against any odds, very much alive. Working as assistant to the Editor has been Diane Willax, both quiet and resourceful. Nan Tolsma has been very efficient in her capacity as the Tatler's Business Manager. TOWER 74 The Advertising Department, as always, has had a big job on its hands. Success came through the diligence of Patricia Goodman and her numerous, invaluable solicitors. Covering the wide field of sports have been Nonnie Seymour. as the girls' sports editor and Jack McKenna. as the boys' sports editor. Nan Tolsma, author of "Sports From the Inside," Marjorie Hasselbeck as the servicemen's sports editor and Dave Brunner have also done highly commendable work in co-operation with the department heads. The newly incorporated exchange column has been written by Lois Eisenmann, who also con- tributed to the Servicemen's sec- tion, which is headed by Marjorie Hasselbeck. A job that was born with the printed Tatler is that of making up the printed page, that is, spac- ing articles, and writing heads. Martha Adams, and Robert Nelson have ably met and overcome any diiiculties from this quarter. Dick Jeffery, the head of the Photography Department, neatly dressed the Tatler with very inter- esting and timely pictures. Our hardworking, always ready to go, typists were Carol Juran, the chief executive, and her assistants, Mary Ferazzol, Marion Hanson and Ethel Schmidbauer. Along these same lines, Margery Munson, and her very energetic helpers, Bill Swan and Bill In- graham, have created a superb effect with their Tatler, sports, and senior sketch head drawings. As is usual with most inventors, their products are improved upon by their contemporaries and the descendant generations. It ls much better to admit the fact that those following will make the final effort and achieve me final effect. So it must be with the Tatler. Although sixteen years of age, it has been reverted to figurative infancy, and the suc- ceeding staffs will have to begin where this year's staff has left oif, in nourishing the Tatler to adult- hood. HELP After twenty-eight years of a thriving business, Woeppel's store has been converted into a delicat- essen which is under the same management. This is a real calamity for the fellas and gals who congregated after school, at their favorite-Woeppel's. What the teen-agers want the most is a place to spend some leisure and enjoyable time after school so will someone please come to the rescue? But fast!! Students Give Concert On Saturday February 16 at oclock the musical orgamzatio of Amherst made their annu formal appearance together program of vocal and instrument music was presented under t direction of Mr Krestic Tho organizations taking part 1 eluded the Band Orchestra Girl Choir and the Junior Cho Also featured were several sol ists including Robert Nelson Carol Spaeth Pat Goodm played tvo selections on organ and Lois Murray and Oli Harbison presented a violin du A piano quartet included Mar Drews Lois Eisenmann Pat Goo man and Mary Cather: Hutchins The Amherst Dance Band w organized in the fall of 1944 M Krestic and held its together during his absence in Army by playing for prlva. dances The members of Dance Band include Jack Wllso Bob Osborne Vivian Eckert D Corretore John Moreland, Abwender Henry Kummer, Ollv Hartwell Don Willert Dougl Putnam B111 Ingraham Rich Dybowskl Harry Loomis Nick Parco Amherst Has Visitors During the week of Febru 2 9 the convention of The Am ican Vocational Association wlu brings educators from all over country brought many visitors Amherst Men from Clevel C i n c i n n a ti Philadelphia Angeles and other parts of country, were shown through o industrial arts department. A herst teachers attended as :. meetings of the convention as W possible. The Junior Aviation shop - of particular interest to the edu tors, as we have one of the ll equipped shops in all New Yo state. Amherst was one of thi eight schools selected seve years ,ago by the state for expe mental work in aviation. It ls 0 of an expanding number of sch . where the course has become part of the academic curriculu ALUMNI HONORED Word recently reached us Richard Roeder, a graduate of class of 1943, has attained highest honor open to a student his college. At the University Michiga.n, where he is in junior year, he was elected pre dent of the Student Union, hub of all student activities. addition to all of his extra c ricular activities, he has :' tained a straight "A" aver Fine work, Dick. LOST OR GAINED? A graduate of ACHS, 2 Anderson, will leave for Dartmo on March 1. He attended D mouth one year before ente service. His' wife, the fo Alice Neilson, now employed 1: secretary in the school odice, ' accompany him. rl .Q . ' Online'-Movie , W ' A, ,. . . .kg . ,. . . - C - ,, f.'x', Tower V 1. - . 3 ' , , , . I . r. ' ' ll ll I l 1 ' : HONOR SOCIETY This year the Amherst Chapter of the National Honor Society, in addition to maintaining the Supply Room and the system of honor awards, started the annual project of presenting a hundred dollar scholarship to the boy or girl ranking scholastically in the top of the class and satisfactorily fulfilling high standards of leadership, character, and school service. They successfully reached their goal with the able as- sistance of their adviser, Miss Martha Stall. F irst Row-Kay Parker, Audrey Bard, Willet Kiplinger, fPresidentj, Miss Stall fAdviserJ, Pat Hartford, Irene Becker, Frank Hardingg Second Row-Joan Curthoys, Alice Polanowski, Pat Marks, Marilyn Hillman, Dorothea Olson, June Smither, Third Row--Jack Stage, Millicent Knauer, Joan Kendall, Alan Nicol, Carol Newberry, Peg Malley, Not Pictured-Fred Berriman, Bob Muellerschoen STUDENT COUNCIL UDENT COUNCIL-First Row-Martin Meidel, Harry Criel, Pat ane, Bruce Hornung, Ray Daigler, Anne Doremus, Olive Harbinson, net Burt, Sally Hornung, Barbara Smith, George Hurd, Bob Kingsley, inda Freeman, Second Row-Harry Schutte, John Elie, Ann Shelley, ladys Linneman, Vivian Eckert, Jean Kennedy, June Pellien, Carol iggins, Joan Schmidt, Sylvia Ball, Shirley Fisher, Jean Hoche, Ann lechinger, Joyce James, Tom Hodson, George Puehng Third Row-Ship ly Puehn, Doris Juron, Joan Kendall, Pat Hartford, Alan Nicol, Frank F lcGavra, Bob Nelson, George Becker, Jack Wilson, Don Smith, Betty Spangenthal, Judy Leonard, June Smither, Alice Polanowski, Carolyn Mantheyg Fourth Row-Lois Wilson, Virginia Spraggon, Marilyn Mar- chand, Sue Sweet, Helen Helfrick, Peggy Malley, Dorothy Vollmer, Ruth Higgins, Marjorie Lee, Diane Willax, Joy Pollack, Cynthia Craney, Jean Marshall, Ann Smither, Florence Dolleyg F zfth Row-Dave Brun- ner, Dick Tolsma, Ed Miller, Paul Ash, Don Jacobi, Jack Stage, Henry Alexander, Francis Fink, Dick Fowler, Jack Thiel, Tom Pitman, Frank Harding, Bob Roth, Gus Anderson, Art Beck. L Amherstls student government, led by its president, Frank T Harding, and vice-president, Sue Sweet, gave its willing service to l the school this year as usual. Besides collecting for such drives as the Red Cross and March of Dimes they also presented several ex- cellent movies. '75 TOWER il 7 lt 'fm W 4'-'.'rf,, ' f 5 '-,uw PI! 'f!!r.r::::,zu , W ns -Q.. 'll 1 3 4 N f. 2? M ,-ww-Q, M . F2127 'L 3 wk mx 1 M A A - ff., 1 . , E 'I :uf A K 4 f ffeffx . K I 1 7? fzfv 3 I ff- Q X x if fl Z fur! V Ik, KY '79,,ho4 .,I,:J.AA,. , "I ,,l,f.f1,, . J + f As 5, 1 .,., ke! W' ' - 15? Y ,,L,,, Q 3 6 ,. W. Tie N. QTQQX S F BW ii .X .f A ,- ni Y EY Cl ' 'ft ug- !! ,t 159 Y 59 QE, imma Q wjjff. ,, wf ge -4 T o W E R 30 I A , qxifr: f. vi V. , ai , KS' , -'ii v QD' , 315' . M . x rx wig I ar , 1 ,e"'w'7?3. wi-W5 - jg 'Bt' ,W .27 Dutch lNIcCullough ..4. ..... Dan Strong ...... Howell twins .... Eddie Miller. Midge Hasselbeck. Willet Kiplinger. . . . . . . . Dick Murphy ..... ..... Elaine Hambleton. Pat Goodman .... Carol Stoll ..... Helen Helfrick. . . Elizabeth James .... .... Don Seymour .... Dave Zierk .... Carol Newberry. . . Frank Harding .... Marlis Drews Bonnie Brown .... Judy Leonard .... Bob Nelson . . Barb Dewey. . . Hugh Howlett. . . Dimp Wagner. . . George Snyder .... Pat Young ......, Yvonne Mandell. . Dick Tolsma ..... Nancy Henderson. Frank Simpson. . . Mildred Emes. . . Lois Piper. . . Carol Chamberlain Carol Spaeth ..... TOWER SQ The girl with the laugh dl -g, I "Love that boyn Life of the Junior High Our swoon boy Overiiowing energy President of Honor Society Capable Class President The hardest worker in the Senior Class Amherst's own Ethel Smith Crazy and cute Just nice Darling of the Seventh Grade Swell singing ability Ingenious head of the Stage rew Tatler Editor President of Student Council Master of the keyboard For keeping us laughing Wonderful performance in Junior play Plenty on the ball Grace on the springboard 1 9 , ,Q L C The splash that made good Had Williamsville on the run . ..... Worms and Confucius constitut An up and coming cheerleader Brains, looks, and personality Those wonderful baskets For being "Nan,' toeveryone A whole lot in a little package A smooth personality Amherst's own Esther VVilliams Superb "Carmelita" The golden voice of Amherst e his constitution i mul!-E., Eg 5 u f Mm .L I Q N. .nw fp rf? I i I 0 A 6 n 3 5 P , V ,ii pr L. 4. ff, .S .4 --rr 5 r 1 y I 1 v l J . I , . SEPTEMBER 5-School Starts-no detention so far 7-Doc Pankow in assembly-good to see him back 14-Our first assembly movie-back in the swing 18-Our first fire drill-refreshing break in classes Q1-Tower assembly-our drive begins 21-"Desert Song"-stage crew presents a movie 27-Pep Assembly-the cheerleaders are in swell form Q8-Amherst 0-Depew 19-a tough first game 29-5th Annual Football Frolic-the cheerleaders do it again OCTOBER 6-Amherst 6-East Aurora 0-that practice helped V 13-Amherst 12-Hamburg 6-now we're going 19-Pep Assembly-Practicing up for Williams- ville 20iAmherst 7-Williamsville 0-nice going 25--Bruce Thomas-attention-holding talk on his thrilling war experiences 26-Amherst 7-Lancaster 7-oh, that mud NOVEMBER 2-Mr. Delaveaux on "Manners"-various im- pressions 1n the audience 3-Amherst 8-Medina 14 - can't say we didn't try 10-Amherst 0-St. Joseph's 39--'nuff said 10-11-Honor Society's trip to Richiield Springs -education can be fun 16-17--Tower Bazaar-one Weill never forget 21-Thanksgiving program-nice singing 30-Honor Society Assembly-eleven happy people 30-Amherst Q4+Lancaster Q5-unlucky break for Brst game. DECEMBER 4-Football Banquet-a Well-earned meal 6-Mr. Newton Bell-love your neighbor 7-Amherst 16-Hamburg 30-we can't win all the time 7-8-"China Boy" - Confucius say, "Seniors make good play." 11-Amherst 25-Akron 18-we finally did it 19-Amherst 22-Depew 31-oh, well 21-Christmas Assembly-no Santa Claus 21-Amherst 45-Williamsville Q1-grand Christ- mas present 25-Alumni Dance-Social success JANUARY 9-Amherst 24-Pine Hill 31--anyway, we tried 11-Amherst 20-East Aurora 29-close call 18-Amherst 21-Lancaster 11-Harding topped with lucky 7 TOWER 84 '55, Q fn, l, 'xx ' f fx If , ,Qs 'L 25-Amherst 29-Hamburg 292-Krochmal with 6 11 points ! . 28-31-Exams-we suffer now K 'f X ' 0 . 1 , I ' FEBRUARY Q , 7. F Xt' 1-Amherst 35-Akron 25-reserves out -Ho 1 Fax C 7-1-Mr. Wincenc visits Amherst in assembly - 191- SQL glad to see him X7 Mr. Gerhart Seger-facts behind Nuerm- , T 3 berg trials RJ 3 9. 8-Amherst 34-Depew 33-we lost Jacobi Teen Canteen Dance-pleasant relaxation after our victory 12-Lincoln's Birthday-no school 15-Amherst 38-Williamsville 31-victory is sweet 16-Amherst Concert-"music hath charms" Q1-Home 81 School Association Movie-beneit of Scholarship Fund Teen Canteen Dance-to celebrate Washing- ton's birthday 22-George Washington has a birthday-hurrah! No school, again MARCH 22-Junior Dance-all there enjoyed themselves 27--"Oliver Twist"-one great movie 28-"Tale of Two Cities"-enjoyed by Senior High 29-Honor Society Assembly-a good choice APRIL C 5-6-"Old Fashioned Charm"-swell music, singing, dancing, and acting 18-25-Easter Vacation-long awaited for MAY 3-"Lovely Duckling"-those Juniors sure take to the stage 10-Cheerleaders Dance-still keep up their good reputation for grand dances 16-18--Water Follies-a beautiful splash 24-Sophomore Field Trip-some time! 30-Memorial Day-long week-end 31-Junior Prom-looked forward to for a long time JUNE -Regents Week-the last-minute book-learn- ing , 21-Junior Graduation 24-Senior Graduation-a long awaited ambition I., ., I fi ' ' i K .' ' , I ivy. W if X . - , E U :i..gaf.'x3 I , Q 1' , 1 it Lv. ,' Lux. RA' A 7' " P' 2 9 if as if Nw , ,:5,isf,4:fMz?,li..ik-11 85 TOWER Mr. and lVIrs Edwin B. Spangenthal Mr. and Mrs. Julius A. Juron, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Booth Mr. and Mrs. Karl Smither Mr. and Mrs. James DiLapo Mr. and Mrs Bruce Sweet Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Miller Mr and Mrs Paul Hovgard Mr. and Mrs. George E. Brunner Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Marks Mr. and Mrs. Saul M. Blexrud Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Snyder Mr. and Mrs H. S. Spencer Mr. and Mrs. William F. Ingraham Mrs. Coral Sendker Mr and Mrs. William D. Hartford Mr Harold Harding Mr and Mrs Chester Brost Mr and Mrs. A. P. Hambleton Mr and Mrs Clyde E. Gulnac Mr and Mrs Louis C. Roth Mr. and Mrs C. W. West Mr. and Mrs Roland P. Stowers Mr. and Mrs Thomas A. Miller Mr and Mrs Howard H. Weber Dr. and Mrs. O. D. Stage Mr and Mrs Gus Ferazzoli Mr. and Mrs Edward C. Kather Mr and Mrs Paul Koch Mr Mr Mr TOWER and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs. 86 Arthur Knauer Herman Klein Nelson F. Striebich hlr. lNIr. Mr. hir. Mr. Mr. Dr. Mr. Mr Mr. Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr and Mrs. and lllrs. and Mrs. and ltlrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and lNIrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. C. Keil Cassety Arthur E. Thomson Raymond F. Schmidbauer James Albert hlobley VV. R. St. John George E. Becker Ira VVollen Frank 0. Parker C. Gale Kiplinger VVilliam H. Jackson Vernon G. Sandford Henry VV. Becker Charles Hanson Louis P. Snyder Eugene J. Hasselbeck Charles W. Mayne C. W. Griffin Anthony J , Dybowski Ralph Shupe Frank Dietsche Fred S. Berriman and Mrs. J. Harry F aller and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. Clarence Gifford Walter P. Spaeth George J. Keller and lN1rs. Joseph M. Ryan and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. Herbert Tolsma Edward F. Munson Alfred Symons B. L. Enloe J. W. Ray THE TCWER VISITS THE CIRCUS THEY MEET THE BIG SHCDTS THEY GET INTO THE ACT ' 4:5194 g,. I vig' N -EI M- fi-Q.: 4.-Q' IIA, ,V e kx . gpg TI m"kk ' I ' Ill If --'a 4 'Hu' ' I, AJ ' " ?ff51iF.s Q' - I 55 - .2ii1i5'G 1-HI T . E KX CDH 7s I Iii I I V 'I ' , 4.4 19 ' 5 Qjgfecg, ogocgwoocj arc Q! f gH1C1fU QEVVLCG Gun I i HUWARII A. CLARK 2275 Qflfzain Qmgfafo, QQ. fy QOX-K5 LICENSED MANAGER AND OWNER CQ1rl.viI!e 8816 Amoco Gas U. S. Tires MICHIGAN ROCHESTER TYPOGRAPHIC SERVICE STATION, INC. SERVICE, INC- X ELWVOOD M. HILLMIXN RAY E. HILLMAN 'sum 42-L3 GA 9669 Q CQODLQN TGABLQ, bu! obmzv Houamq T 0 W E R 9 0 KLLUSTRQTLD In J L1 can KaNbALI. ,KREHER 8: SHCEMAKER, INC. J obbers of F ine Confections SCHRAFFTS CHOCOLATES, FRUITS AND SYRUPS 433-4-35 BROADWAY BUFFALO, N. Y. WA 7079 Greetings from Compliments of DONNER-HANNA COKE CORP. DR. 81 MRS. O. D. STAGE Manufacturers of Coke and By-Products of Coal NCC, UPON Q 'TUTVC - ' lllil 91 TOWER DYMAC, INC. 2329-31 MAIN ST. BUFFALO 14, N. Y. 'ef Y I I WESTERN NEW YORK'S LARGEST DISTRIBUTOR OF RADIO PARTS, TUBES, AMPLIFIERS AND RADIO-ELECTRON IC EQUIPMENT 'E' SENTINEL RADIOS ELECTRONICS SINCE 1928 Sw II-AEJZL was A mQN 1 UOHD Buu:r . . . "'l..'-lx TOWER 9Q SHOP AT UNlVERSl'Y PLAZA ff'Q1,1"ffj1 Meet Me At Grant's GIRLS BOYS SMART APPAREL GIFTS Sz TOYS Plaza Store W. T. GRANT CO. 2-20 UNIVERSITY PLAZA "Everything for the Baby" THE CHILDREN'S SHOP 22 UNIVERSITY PLAZA Boys to 8 BL 10 Yrs. Girls to 16 Yrs. Visit Our Teen Age Shop L. M. LENHARD M. L1-:Numb KELLOGG-FIRESTONE HOME AND AUTO SUPPLIES FEDERAL MARKETS, INC. Q6 UNIVERSITY PLAZA AM 5722 UNIVERSITY PLAZA Owned and Operated by KELLOGG PETROLEUM PRODUCTS, INC. Compliments of DI BELLO-PONTIAC 1275 MAIN STREET BUFFALO 8, N. Y. Telephone: LI 1740 If! f 'Gs A '52-'YTZE mousfraep O X In f. 'I' ' . X 93 TOWER D. GUTTAS CO., INC. T Manufacturers of Compliments of BANNERS . . . EMBLEMS . . . LETTERS EMBROIDERERS F. VINCENT HARRINGTON, 409 CLEVELAND DR. We specialize in lettering on sports wear of all kinds. Also Chenille Letters Sz Emblems. '77 W. Chippewa St. CL 6188 D.D. 1 M KOBLER 8. MILLER r LOQK mm Youn rurukf Complete Home Furnishers b A Q H , K V xg? I: v.,, ,I , 2:3 Ie- f . f I My . 'K A e 12:2 I Pa V..:- 1 5: 'KT ' e I el -fe Q if Q ' .. ' Lit' .A V I Y , I t .fy 4 . y " I ., We are indeed proud of the constantly increasing A 'A f iv: A OPPORTUNITY EOE SERVICE g ' 7 ' P I . I I ., . K ' which is being accorded us by the people h " - " . JL ofthe 'X AMHERST COMMUNITY if uev, . A A - A ., . , , J Convenient Parking, Convenient Shopping I 5 2750 MAIN STREET ' bUFFALO,NEW YORK Prompt Service-Always ' V ' A gy' 316-3292 GENESEE STREET ii" "'t ' 'L' 'A MM"5"m WRITE FOR FREE I A ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE 1' SUPER QUALITY BUY Ynnr I Eggs, Flour, B1-gakfa,gtF00d,9, GIFTS AND GREETING CARDS Lawn Seed, Dog Food at l THE VILLAGE SHOPPE COOPERATIVE G. L. F. MILLS, INC. 5550 Main Street BUFFALO, N, Y, WILLIAMSVILLE, N. Y. Hs. I-mo I-42.9120 --J lk THAT un qou BUILT A xg ,I BETTER wmousefrkr-W, K ,,J- "TH?. LQHOLZ LADORLD . . . 95 . 5 E . I Ii' .X 1 I .I .X 'WL' TOVE-ER 94 I FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE I THE HONOR SOCIETY A MAINTAINSA SCHOOL SUPPLIES STORE HERE WE ARE EQUIPPED TO PROVIDE YOU WITH YOUR EVERYDAY SCHOOL NEEDS S MAY WE SUGGEST THAT YOU TRY US NEXT TIME MEMBERS IN CHARGE: AUDREY BARD, PAT HARTFORD, IRENE BECKER, KAY PARKER, JOAN KENDALL, JOAN CURTHOYS N I QED A .5 'SLI 'L' I , , LOOOLO mmm ' I A QAQAT EN PATH To qook DOOR. gm? nigh ' 95 TOWERTA' QLIS-v"f' A HOME GF YOUR owN T astlly furmshed 55 , 1 wlth Household's Furniture You'll want that home of yours furnished in the latest mode and of good quality consistent with our tw D ..5:5:5::,:.: -.'. usual low prices. Let our trained staff help you- . :U with no extra cost to you. N 'gr55g5g55:. !3 " i"31YY'x 5 5 -, A -- , .5 Y " 1...-f"' ij ' -ff - A "-f.5,g:11.,," -'-'j-3555555555-? :51fr555:ErE:5: ...jiri ' ,.w""" .. 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I xi 'Q 3 x x l A Town 96 GAMMA SIGMA FRATERNITY BOB ABWENDER PAUL ASH ED BERGER DAVE BRUNNER EUGENE FALLER Q DAVE FREDRICKS FRANK EMBLIDGE ADRIAN HARRIS XENA fp '3'DNATx0V X' -4 GASTON DI BELLO S I8 69 41' v PAUL HOWLBTT HUGH HOWLBTT BOB JACKSON DON JACOBI JIM KAUTZ IN THE SERVICE NORM BERG BOB HOLBROOK FRANK STRIEGEL DICK REILAND BOB KOLLMAR PETER POTENZA JACK MCKENNA BOB MJ DDEN JERRYA MCDONALD ED MILLER DICK METZGER DON RICHART GEORGE RUSSELL DON SMITH KEN SMITH BOB THOMSON w W JACK ILSON LARRY WRIGHT DISCHARGED WAR VETS ROGER SHARP JACK KAUTZ BOB PIERCE JACK CONROY BOB BROWN X Q A f"""" if nf ,A , X X , .s, .X . 9 . .,f,V M, --- ff Qi . ' tw: X., -. . - f. ,-4 .r. . . ' ff: '.'.' 1 ,X Bur Nosooq cams, A BZQRUSE. Noeaonui Knew LA fx YW ff About s-us 1511151 fl YDOQSLWRRQ 97 TOVWERQE Wg COMPLIMENTS OF HENRICH PLYWOOD CC., INC. A. Phone, HU 6283 A Res. Phone, AM 64 - ALL-WEATHER FLQWER SHQP ROOFING COMPANY SHEET METAL ROOFING, SIDING AND MODERNIZING Cut Flowers . . . Plants . . . Corsages . . . Bouquets E. J. KADER, PROP. 61 WALTON DRIVE 1178 BAILEY AVENU UN 7403 SNYDER, N. Y. BUFFALO 6. N. Compliments of COM PLIM EN TS MARY FAGEN QF BEAUTY SHOP DR. ROSS C. SANDEL 4583 MAIN ST. SNYDER, N. Y. , x .Af ' LN D. A. PFQEL N. R. P1-'OHL I COM PLIM EN TS l SCHULER BROTHERS OF lr 1.1 Groceries - Vegetables - Meats A FRIEND L., SNYDER, N. Y. PA 9041-9042 A So HE, 'comm A 'Paw os- 1-us Newer-anboras, AND soom THE, E.NTIRE, NCJGHEJOTQHOOD Z 1 'LW' maui, A BEF'-X'TE,N PATH x AL TO HIS DDOQ. TOWER 98A , CJ . Genrich Builders, Inc. Residential Construction A Profession Compliments of HOMES AND HOMESITES Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Kendall 87 MAIN ST. UN 0444 BEST WISHES FROM A FRIEND Compliments of AMHERST DRUG STORE MAIN and ROCK Blue Coal and Semet-Solvay Coke The Popular Household Fuels HEDSTROM-SPAULDIN G, INC. Corner MAIN and ERIE STREETS WILLIAMSVILLE REXALL DRUGS F Y N lib h dD 1 rom our ex or oo ea er 5, T. E. Dungey Proprietors: IH. L. Wright Phone CL 7900 7 W ll X ii'-135, Ha Q Ybor :ll 5' Nobobq 64.52, came Q Becausi, Nobobq Q X CLE-E, KNEUJ RSDDUT '-V-x..,.,,,,...F,....4...,-.s..x..H HI5 lNUE,NTlON. ' V'L"""L'l"""'V'A V 99 TOWER S-a.wI:e1 's SAUSAGE MAKER TO HIS MAJESTY KING APPETITE Dulrxbulors of Qualcly Food: I' 'O E A F W Q 3947 MAIN STREET ' AI EGGERT ROAD Q 5 'JO . A 'JA CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES Complimmof WILLIAMSVILLE DR. and MRS. PHARMACY SIDNEY M. MARKS "The Vffamin Sim" Free 2 Pho Delivery Service PA 51 PURITY QUALITY Complivnenla of "YOU'LL FAVOR OUR FLAVORS" GA 8900 STERLING AMHERST ' BROST MOTORS, F S D C DODGE and PLYMOUTH Distributor I . Q 4949 MAIN ST. L2 UN 6600 1285-1291 MAIN ST. '.'-,"'- COURTESY SERVICE BUFFALO, N. Y. , Q ,,., HP. 'PUT UP A SSL:-N ON 6 '11-12. SIFPTE, I-NbHLL.9F1L,1 LLJSTH F-NPI I SUSETRAP AQQQLQ POXNTWNCD T0 Ha-5 n-eousi, TLT 5AuD: I Q 7, WSH?-IjsI30LNggf.l,J 'bmw-ua WWOUSLTQAPS. JOHN STARKE Dispensing Optician OCULISTS, PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED 3584 MAIN ST. hone PA 3751 UNIVERSITY PLAZA Compliments of , DR. R. W. CONN DR. W. A. SMITH l ARTHUR L. BECK GENERAL AGENT NATIUNAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 1111 GENESEE BLDG. 'WVU WFW5 MONTPELIER BUFFALO, NEW YORK runsu nuruu-ssruusnsn mn I l Q 'toker Coal Smokeless Coal Bituminous O E Sincere Good Wishes i SUPPLY 81 COAL CORP. . 5274 Main st., Williamsville, N. Y. Mr- 81 MrS- J- Francis Harter , AVID Williamsville 64--UNiversity 3581 i Q- C .ehigh Valley Semet-Solvay :S Lnthracite Coke E q E.NTlQ'E, STATE. X Z' YY! FN D E, FN f5E,GTE,N PATH TO H15 150012. O 0 1 E2 .f 1 , .fir QI- l " Q LB 101 TOWER CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '46 GERALD BOYLE II 'XROLD BRUNDIGE BILL BRUNNER TOM ECK GEORGE ELLIOTT ROY FITZSIMMONS EVERETT HART BOB HAYVKS ROGER HORNUNG A .-". ,QQ ,EVM Q . , 15+ it 'Q Lk ?" Q' Nz. fx . 4. 7 fl . Viz. BILL KIPLINGER HARRY LOOMIS SPENCER MACDONALD EDWARD MEYER DON MILLER TOM PITMAN BILL RAMSEY BOB SPANGENTHAL DANNY STRONG CDYQQ-Q-:ELL DICK JEFFERY DICK TERRY I K ' T, Q I 'Tuul'-x K: L M .51 Q H CAMPBELL KELLY ROD TERRY JACK KERTZIE AL WEBER ALPHA ZETA FRATERNITY CHI CHAPTER MEMBER INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL 1 'Ts-us 'IOOK rnamq LICFNRS " S Emcausf, n' LAHS A Lowe -uma, IX 15:13. Esavosze, avavqqom, wx Tue. arms., I Q 1' I mawasab -vo mnwe, A 'IRIDTHAT W -P --AA A-- LED 'PAST -rms mem. T 0 W E R 102 Compliments of THE AMHERST BEE SNYDER PHARMACY M AIN AT LINCOLN THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF AMHERST SN YDER Dependable Drug Service With Ia Weekly Column of E. B. Simonson - Proprietors - C. Keil Cassety Amherst Central News N75 Fine Job Piinting AUSTIN'S W Operated by Smart, Personalized WILLIAM VVYLLIE STATIONERY Phone vvmiamsvine 46 Personalized Matches .ind Napkins 5543 Main St. Williamsville, N. Y. WILLTAMSVILLE ENTERTAINMENT HEADQUARTERS LUMEN R, HAWS CO, for 609 Root Bldg. AMHERST CENTRAL 86 W. Chippewa Street BUFFALO, N. Y. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS JEWELERS Manufacturers of SCHOOL AND FRATERNITY JEWELRY The World's Greatest Diamonds Watches Trophies Motion Pictures - Perfectly ' Presented HUTT'S DAIRY BAR - LUNCHEONETTE SHEA'S KENSINGTON Bailey and Kensington Ave. ' "The Place Where Young Folk M eel" SHEA'S KENMORE can PA 211 1 W'MSVILLE 11 5516 MAIN ST. WILLIAMSVILLE 3021 Delaware Ave., Kenmore BUT 5'ru.i. 'IHED o.nHoi..'S, QJORLD l NOT TURKS, -A F3?.QTE.N PATH NLL., 'THOSE CFWYXEJ DXD TO His DOOR. O wx-io x-if-'QD H5420 :snow Q-us f15i.TTaQ YNOUSETRAP. 9' X in on-.vu " Mvvil Lx bbkll? NG-h0lAf5 u, bonu ' ummm - ll.GOT1.b-I Q-L muqgr - bol- xx but-mp' I1 0035.7 musing, g , ii U- 11.2.5449 W1 WL iwuoc n.DoLiA2 zon- s.n-- Lu Ui-sg 'Lk X' CL Sli' UVB Wvinnum KN Nlixsu xubsq.. !m0'lSk1f56!0"'-'9":. xxx:-vs. ll,-,.n,..p -tl 0-'vs-.ns n . ' ix vnu:-l n.vv.wv . . Dx?-'Lion -vang., an '-Lnnv- smqg... ,l 'Kazan-4. 1 1-bf lb vb L0 Viv'- PAS! an 1 - ' 0 n.. a- A V . .,.. 51 . A nv--- 42.7 f ns if ','i".f.- vi - Y ,' A ' r N X . u. X I N f -1.0 hu 5 103 TOWER of Photographs in this Annual Were Made by BEN SWAN PHOTOGRAPHER 637 MAIN STREET, BUFFALO ' Have your Photo Taken with the New Speed-Flash Camera! Freezes Action at 1f30,000 of a Second! Natural Effects. Posing not Necessary. Negatives Kept in Files Five Years for Duplicate Copies Industrial, Institutional and Personal Photography RICH'S ICE CREAM SERVED EXCLUSIVELY IN OUR CAFETERIA 460 SOUTH HARLEM ROAD . Complzments of e Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Meissner SQ 'me mow b2,c.me.b TO anvakmsb x-us Barak mousafrvqew m Nawsvabaws uw i.UiRli STATE. L PJ- T QYS apo' ' P' Giga Q9 VS Gap' 5 0 ff calf -1 4? 'fifty ff ' LOCK'S HOME BAKERY '7' W' UNiversity 3883 I ' C43 at Kensington N A Try Our Home-mad 4 7 , V ' BREAD - P1Es - CAKES - ROLLS Quality our Specialty a Q 'L f at V Y 1 D f 3 3 - U A! 5 ' 'TER E If E104 THE COMPLIMEN TS WALTON FLORAL SHOP OF Wedding Bouquets, Corsages 8: Floral Pieces , Distinctive Pottery Greeting Cards 8: Gifts GIFT SHOP QQQ2-Q22-L Kensington Avenue GIFTS - CARDS - WRAPPINGS M 2319 FRANK HERGERT. Prop. 5666 MAIN STREET WILLIAMSVILLE Best W'ishes to THE GRADUATING CLASS COMPLIMENTS OF OF 1946 SUOR AND SUOR GEO. D. CLUCAS, INC. FOOD COMES FIRST Pauli pin 1683-1685 MAIN ST. GRant 3531-3343 COM PLI M EN TS OF GRACE C. HEANEY 4517 MAIN ST. SNYDER, N. Y. GIFTS CARDS HOSIERY RDWARE - PAINT - ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Greetings. E k C K 'T SCHUPP AND MANSFIELD Q. J ui E , . 51 AMH RST HARDWARE INC FORGINGS CASTINGS KI Ga VE , ELLICOTT SQUARE Q Q- xl ONE PA 9309 SNYDER 21, N. Y. BUFFALO I, 'v 1 MI 4 inn ONLS1 'rx-xose, PLQPL2. um-so Rigb NLUJSPQFLRS D15 LOVE. ED J, K i HZ was A mmc'z.Q ov ,' A I S5111-ave mouszii RAP5 Quo i i i A i i ,f' +541 4.,.x,- QQVGE, 'TO EDCI 'THEXYL 105 TOWER K COMPLIMEN TS OF ZETA SIGMA EPSILON SORORITY ALPHA CHAPTER .- Q01 'J 7 It fm. LM km X "GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF '46 Compliments of I A THIRD HOUR SOCIAL STUDIES CLASS Sally Barber Sue Boulden Harold Butters Gaston Di Bello Peggy Day Lois Cameron John Evans LaVerne Fisher Ed Gisel Edith Gleason Sally Hornung Tom James Joan Kendall Beatrice Furnas Bill Johnson Jeanne Marshall Yvonne Mandell Jack Mitchell Pat Morran Dorothy Lipsius Ann Rogers John Shearer Mike Shaver Dick Landsheft Joanne Teale Bob Perkins David Gingher Frank Risewick Raymond Windsor Carol Rinker Shirley Swanson S x ,KI I , Al X - I TOWER 'iota 'Pi 2,4 EQQS PASSED A5 'II-12. WXCNN Loanalu :Fora 'u-Ie. Ram' QPWHE, woken 'ro c.orY1i,'l'O x-us SOUR. TH-E.L,1 mb NST Q,OfVli'..f5i.Q,QkJSE..THY.L1 KN'E.u.J NOT!-HNYQ OP I-N5 IN.Oi,NTION. SN YDER ESSO SERVICENTER MAIN AND BERNI-IARDT DRIVE SNYDER, N. Y. Tires - Motor Repairs - Batteries - Accessories IN 6846 GEORGE J. MACHHOLZ, Proprietor HARDWARE K. B. RINEBOLT 'aints, Oils, Glass : 1 House Furnishings Electrical Supplies 560 MAIN ST. SNYDER, N. Y. PA 3551 Your Naborhood Cleaner SNYDrER CLEANERS Sz IDYERS 4557 MAIN ST., SNYDER, N. Y. Open-9 A.M.-7:00 P.M. PA 9114 PA 9848 Personalized Prescription Service LIES' PHARMACY 413 CLEVELAND DRIVE AT HIARLEM ROAD CHEEKTOWAGA 21, N. Y. BERT A. LIES, PI-I. G. Complirnenis of Mr. 8: Mrs. Herbert Tolsma I ce Cream Candy Magazines Shelf Groceries School Supplies WOEPPEL'S l Confccti ns Phone P 1505 Prop. - M09 MAIN ST. EGFERTSVILLE, N. Y. He. bumczn new new xszmrm-5 iN wiff' NATIONAL maesaliwzs visor STILL X1 8, f Tue maori woqub bib NDT KYNQKE, Q Q ., W Enzmiw emu To me book. Omg 'Ii-me-L XR X wma Riqb Ntbniowm. mfsea X! 11025 C,QfT'I2. DELIVERY PHONE: Service AM 0123 DRY CLEANING 2218 Kensington Ave SNYDER, N. Y. Tailoring Remodeling "In the Heart of Eggerts-ville" RA-VAN CHRISTIAN FLIERL CO. SERVICE Lumber . . . Planing Mill . . . Cabinet Work Plywood . . . Insulation BUFFALO 15, N. Y. Wauboafd 1852 GENESEE ST. BUFFALO, N. Y Phones: PA 9716 2836-40 Bailey Avenue Phone: TAylor 2486 Compliments of A Q4 ff' 3 fx fx 40 go - THE FAIRMONT CREAMERY CO. RYAN 81 WILLIAMS, INC. K 6 BETTER DAIRY PRODUCTS STATIONERS Q 197 Scott St. Ofice Ouqitters - Desks - Chairs Q ' FILING DEVICES BUFFALO, N. Y. Telephones: WAsh. 0177-0178 CL 8516 CL 6586 82-84 Pearl St. Buffalo, N. Y. X TOWER 1408 Ha DLUDLD Town: on In-sz ammo AND ini. 'me womb 'mum x-If. I-IAD mAot A BUICK , mQo5UQAA Hz mAb-2. I-nz BQOQDCAST BUT own... 'II-lotsa memo HAD Ramos AND X I-l2.Av.b I-um Bam APATH TQ mi boota. ARTHUR BECK EUGENE BUELL STEPHEN CAMPBELL ROBERT CONSHAFTER RICHARD FOWLER PAUL GIFFORD FRANK HARDING ROBERT HITZEL JOHN HODSON THOMAS HODSON ROBERT KINKEL WILLIAM DUSTMAN HOWARD DUYSTERS JOHN FERRICK GAMMA PHI SIGMA ALPHA CHAPTER "BEST OF LUCK" f YR ' GRADUATES IN SERVICE BRADLEY WAGNER A Member of the Inter-Fraternity Council T I GEORGE MUGLER DONALD MUSKOPF EDWARD REAGAN DOUGLAS REED EARLE ROBERTS ROBERT ROTH RICHARD SAUER ERIC SIEGFRIED DONAILD TOLSMA RICHARD TOLSMA DON WAGNER JOHN GEYER STUART MOALLESTER RICHARD MERRYMAN rg., :JK ... Eb +aNm..m.n.Q . . . lsncmusz. I, 1 GOOD 'is-uNc,5 no Q,-EJ' Aeounwl Q 1' 2 - 'Tl-42. 210122. Ldcrzus -- K-Jyhvh nl BEAT A PATH vox-us Dooq. I I - . A ssl'-N i ll Y 169 OPEN SUN DAYS m 9:30 a. In.--9:00 p. m. 3:00-8:00 p. KEN-WAY FOOD MARKET 2220 KENSINGTON CORNER WALTON DRIVE SNYDER 21, N. Y. Full Line of Groceries - Cold Cuts - Beverages JAMES E. WATSON, Prop. PHONE AM 0700 KEN-WAY MEAT MARKET 245 Walton Drive SNYDER 21, N. Y. North End Electric and Refrigeration ON MAIN BETXVEEN ENGLEWOOD AND HEA REFRIGERATORS BY KELVINA TOR TOASTERS HOME FREEZERS BY KELVINA TOR EASY WASHERS AND SPINDRIER NEW DREAM KITCHEN BY MOR TON DOOR CHIMES BY RITTENHOUSE ELECTRIC RANGES BY KELVINA TOR LAMPS AND FLUORESCENT FIXTURES EVER HOT ROASTERS AND HEATERS CLEANERS BY ROYAL TELECHRON ELECTRIC CLOCKS RADIOS AND RECORD PLAYERS IRONERS BY EASY CORY AND SILEX COFFEE MAKERS REFRIGERATION 3260 MAIN AM S8 ED. M. SEYFRIED, Prop. fs .f Yi GAIM . ,WJWJ SIGMA PSI FRATERNITY N13 arg LAMBDA CHAPTER I V Lg- . f fl BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '46 AEAXNDERN THOMAS IPPOLITO j XQELD In f CHARLES Mc CAIN iifff I-'RED BETQRIMAN R lb JACK ROBBINS GEORGE BRAUN an TONY SANTOMAURO AL CHARRON 6 'if' RODMAN SMITH JACK DELANEY 1: - , ROBERT STOWERS JAMES DI LAPO JOSEPH TRIMBACH RICHARD DYBOWSKI HARRY WELLS URQH 5 RAYMOND WESER xqqb Member I nter-F raternity Council I .1 49 3 I EDO1 'ma mms win bran . . .. ...............,,-- L. 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