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

 - Class of 1952

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X Al lma Mater Vozces hymn thy valzant prazses, Hearts thy halls enshrzne May our loyalty unceasznv Amherst, e cr bf th1ne CHORUS .Neath your 1 owe rs aczng northuard We shall alzags be Laer azth ul Alma lvlater lo thy memory When we lea 4 thy halls o l6dT7lZ7lf7 Paths 0 lz e to stray May your guzdance never endzng Lzght us on our may QIJIIIKI1 F URE WURD CLASSES ACTIVHIES ADMINISTRATIUN f ,dl A xxx S - T 'A'-'-at - x ' , .--,,.,n1,.- -..Y-.3.:,.1ia1-,L . - -.1-:: "" -1 1-Ref'-'H-4--'S Lf 4 Y 7 ' ' I ' fri ,yi frat' V 1.11 1 ' 9' we - , xn- :T A V fi l - A-ers: " 5 55333 5 " 'Mi' ' 1- J 'z5,?5', ' 5 '-'5'i....---.....,......-6.-- ... -..g fg2f .. .. : er .- f ,,.'1- THE TOWER orewomf Medieval panorama-a colorful and complete view of the Middle Ages-offers a striking similarity to the everyday pageantry of life at A.C.H.S Ours is a kingdom of democracy, rather than feudalismg yet both are characterized by the common belief that all shall have the golden opportunity for advancement. The gradual rise of our students from the seventh grade to the graduating class is a battle of skill and enthusiasm, but final victory is well worth the effort. So was it with their gallant ancestry. The age-old struggle of mankind was then illustrated by the ascent of the dutiful page to the dignified position of the mighty noble. For this reason, we have created a parallelism between our classes-seventh through twelfth-and the established classes of society recognized in another era. Our modern Castle, the well-known school building, is the center of activity for all Amherst. Mr. Schweickhard is our "King,', the supreme ruler, the Board of Education represents the King's Coun- cil. The Student Council, where the King's subjects have a voice in their government, may be compared to the Knights of the Round Table. Our rules and regulations have been established as a method of enforcing the Common Law, and by observing them we have suc- cessfully preserved the days of chivalry in our age. The Guild Masters, teachers of trade to the apprentices of the past, are depicted by the members of our faculty, who educate us in both knowledge and culture. We have reproduced the entertain- ment of this illustrious realm in the development of our extra- curricular program. Our varied activities provide a rich likeness to the stately chamber-games of olden days, we have replaced the royal jousts and tournaments with a wholesome interest and participation in the athletic organizations. Let us now behold the brilliance of our medieval procession- the highlights of the school year 1951-1952 at Amherst Central High School. .s .llzgg-isa' , 4 Y-K . - , Q, ,ff 7-2 ,-fear. , j- R eg Z ,. v I l x 1' ?.'X X KT, MW 'ff Decfzcatzon The Class of 1932 honors 'Wr Edu ard Or els xuth the dedleatlon of 1ts yearbook 1n appree1at1on of h1s mam eontrlbutxons to OUI welfare As Class Adx 1ser he has mxxed dutx ulth pleasure mn a most welcome blend It 1S our smcere hope that th1s final raco n1t1on ulll return to h1m some of the happmess he has passed on to us if f A x l 1 l as THE TOWER 5' M -sk r N 'l l fl -QM , ' N a 'l ! 4. s K" . 1 , N W '5 1 ' ffl ' . 'X . . l fi, xxx l 3 s Q! .lo .l lx S fl , fx fl, I X f K fi ll 5' l A ' X ' I T ::sfV f' W J K i ze e 2 P Q l W 5 1 Q if 1' , ll K f jf' " X fra -' E1 ' 0 0 t ' . ,qu Ist row: Carol Cahill, Marg Smith, Marlyn YVagner, Nancy Sperry, Martha Taugher, Chris Gillies 2nd row: Roma lkiueller, Nancy Bruce, Sarah Jo YValker, Dorothy Meese, Camille Sakowski, Georgia Demopolous, Shirley Behrens. 3rd row: Sue Dealy, Marge Peterson. -Hh row.' Harry Hain, Dick Chalmers, Mac Burtwell, Don Dean. THE TOWER EXECUTIVE STAEE Editor ..... Business Manaffer Assistant Editors Subscription Marzager .......... . Assistant Subscription Llanager. .. .. . . Literary Editor ..... Advertising Nlanager .... . Advertising Editor .... Publicity Alanager-. . Boys, Sports Editor. . . Girls' Sports Editor. .. Art Editor .......... Assistant Art Editor. .. Secretary .......... Photographer . . Special Sales .... Faculty Adviser .... 8 une Bren Dick Chalmers Roma Mueller Sue Dealy Christine Gillies . . . . . .Barbara Lanz . .Malcolm Burtwell Georgia Demopolous . . .Martha Taugher . . . .Joan Ackerman . . .Sarah .Io Walker .........DonDean . . . .Margaret Smith . . . . .Dorothy Meese . . . .Marjorie Peters . . . . . . .Nancy Bruce . . . .Marlyn Wagner . . . . . . .Nancy Noble Carol Lee Cahill . .Mr. Robert Holder T0 FR STAFF The TOWER staff, composed of an ambltlous group of semors, 1S one of the most actne groups of students at Amherst The annual selllng of cards and wrappmgs kept most of the SCHIOFS busy for a long whlle before Chrlstmas The TOWER BAZAAR was very sue cessful and had the theme of Out of thls World Refreshments A sold durlng home football and basketball games also helped finance the yearbook Due to a change 1n prmtmg method and a smaller staff thls year s ig, group ran 1nto more dlfTlClllt1CS than IH PYCVIOUC years une Breu, 'W thls years outstandmg Cd1tOf and Dlck Chalmers hard workmg buslness manager deserve mentlon for the1r fine achlevements Tw Under the capable dlrectlon of Mr Holder, they and the enthusl astlc staff spent many afternoons to make the 1952 TOWER the best of all Advue' Robert Holder T0 ER GEN STAFF 7' Ist row Marlyn Wagner Myrna Hadley Sally Henry Dolores Sklll Marllyn Schlefer Chris Flllp0WlC7 Sue Dealy Martha Taugher Chrls G1ll1es Duck Chalmers une Breu Roma Mueller Nancy Sperry Marilyn Hopkms Shlrley Slmon Pat Wlllax Andrey Vodnlle Marge Blddlerom Nancy Bruce Gmger Perrm 2nd rou. Irene Zlemba Barbara Mxles Janet Banzhof Shlrley Behrens Sarah I0 Walker Clare Braunlleh Norma Luck Eleanor Shxsler Vera Brooks Nancy Noble Audrey Wmkler Alvma Klenert Marv Berger Joy Vollbraeht Marllyn ulnlan Georgla Demopolous Joan Suedemeyer Pat Sodaro 3rd row Marge Burmckx Gmger ohnson eanne Cummlngs Sally Grout Dorothy Meese Audrey Vmeent, Camxle SakOWSk1, Joan Ackerman, Sally Alexander, Katrma Schllllke, Peg Peterson, Joanne Clarke, Margery Peters, Pat Shamp, Joan Betz, Marlan Pfrender, Sallv Mrfarthy 4th row Don Goetzman, Mac Burtwell, Coralyn Day, Sue Dealy, Marg, Smxth, Barb Ianz, Mary Lou Henderson, Anne Hershxser, Joan Seefrled, Marne Bane, Peggy Wnlhams, Joan Betz, Tom Franclemont, B111 Ellxot 5th row Marxm Kantor, Roger Laundy, Chuck Smlth, Warren Troust, Cllff Baum, Jxm Andrews, Don Dean, B111 Lxttle, George Beck x . . - . , 9. - ' - ' cr 2: ,, l . ' FH ek- B4 -. ' 1 Y" Q KK .97 544 a If-1 . , , ' ' 1' 1' Q . K I I 'N re, ' . . . , - , , a l V r, 1 V . . . . . . 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X ,a ,A ,N- SEPTEMBER 4 Vacation Over-"Why Did It End So Soon ?" 5 School Opens-"Hail, hail, the gang's all here." 21 Pep Assembly-"Mr, Touchdown, U.S.A." 21 First Soccer Game-Amherst 0, Orchard Park 4 "Can't We Talk It Over?" 22 First Football Game-Amherst 26, Medina 2 "That Orange Tornado" Cheerleaders Dance-"Let Me In, I hear Music" Soccer-Amherst 2, Orchard Park 2 "Close as Pages in a Book" 28 Senior High Parents Night-'4Papa Don't Preach to Me" 28 Soccer-Amherst 8, Gowanda 0-"I Like It!" 28 Football-Amherst vs. Depew "Because of Rain" 29 Cross Country, Barber Fair Day Run- Arnherst 30, Barber 107-"Vagabond Shoes" OCTOBER 1 Film-Why Korea-"Don't Say Goodbye" 2 Soccer-Amherst 2, Woodlawn 3-"Oops" 5 jimmy Whitmore speaks in assembly-"Swinging on A Star" 11 Cross Country-Amherst 23, Brighton 32- i'Walkin 'n Whistlin" 11 Columbus Day-School Closed- "Smooth Sailing" 15 Red Feather Drive Begins-K'You Gotta Give a Littlen 17 First publication of Tatler for 51-52- "And You Were There" 19-20 Tower Bazaar-"Out of an Orange Colored Sky!! 22 25 20 Football-Amherst 19, Hamburg 0- "Too Marvelous for Words" 24 Exhibition of Harlem Globetrotters- "Are You For Real ?" 24-25 School closed for teachers' convention- "Come on to My House" 192 Second annual Senior Ball-"Blue Moon" Football-Amherst 24, East Aurora 19- "It's getting to be a Habit" Cross Country-Amherst 15, East Aurora 45- "Hot Rod Race" Halloween-"Ghost Riders in the Sky" NOVEMBER Cross Country-Amherst 15 Cperfect scorej , Go- wanda 47-"Wonderful, Wasn't It" Jr. High Water Follies-"Bloodshot Eyes" School closed-Election Day-"And So to Sleep Again" Section VI finals-Cross Country-Amherst takes lst place-"Out of Breath" Choral Concert with guest Vic Danna- "Musie in the Air" Football-Lancaster 19, Amherst 6-"Laughing on the Outside, Crying on the Inside" Armistice Day-School Closed-"Again" Magazine Drive launched by Student Council- g'It's the Talk of the Town" Hi-Y Sadie Hawkins Dance-"It's so nice to have a man around the house" Letter day for x-country, and Varsity Foot- ball-"For He's a Iollv Good Fellow' 22-23 Thanksgiving Holidays-no school- "And Then it's Heaven" 30 First Basketball game-Amherst 63, Depew 43, -K'V1ctory Polka" 30-1 Senior Play-Cuckoos on the Hearth- "Syncopated Clock" DECEMBER 6 Honor Society Assembly - "To Think You've Chosen Me" 9 Amherst Symphony Orchestra Concert-g'Music Maestro, Please" 13 First Swim Meet-Amherst 49 La Salle , 16- "Getting to Know You" THE TOWER - 12 Y AL AAC 14 Amherst 59, Billsville 57-"We Did It Before, and We Can Do it Again" 14 Orchestra Concert-"Music, Music, Music" 17 Amherst 79, Akron 42-K'My Heart Goes Crazy" 19 Christmas Pageant-"Oh, Holy Night" 19 Student Council Christmas Party-4'All I Want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth" JANUARY 8-Amherst 90, Clarence 41-Fowler sets new school record of 35 points-"My Best to You" 8 Swim - Niagara Falls 49, Amherst 17 - "Don't Cry Joe" 9 P.T.A. Variety Show-"Laugh, Clown, Laugh" 15 Amherst 75, Pine Hill 31-"And the Score Goes Up Another Notch" 18 Count Bryon de Prorok-Movie on French Cas- tles-"We'll Build a Bungalow" 20 Mid-Semester Report Cards-"You Were Only F oolin" 29 Amherst 93, Orchard Park 63-"Flying High" FEBRUARY 7 Swim - Niagara Falls 54, Amherst 12 - "How Deep is the Ocean" 9 Honor Society's 5th Winter Whirl-"Cold, Cold Heart" 11-12 No School-Lincoln's Birthday-"Homework" 14 Swim-Tonawanda 47, Amherst 19 - "Bl0op, Bleep" 14 Charlton Heston of Greatest Show on Earth in assembly-"Hey, Good Lookin" 14, 15, 16 Red Mill-"Red Sails in the Sunset" Hamburg 58, Amherst 54-"Wheel of Fortune" Washington's Birthdaya"Georg--ia" French Club Dance-"Come to the Mardi Gras" Olean-Amherst bands in assembly-"Together" 16 22 29 29 MARCH 4 Swim-Amherst 45, Lockport 21-"That's My Boy!! 6 Swim-North Tonawanda 43, Amherst 23-"Why Don't You Treat Me Like You Used to Do" 7 Wrestling-Amherst vs. Orchard Park- "Black and Blue" 11 Basketball Playoffs-Amherst 61, Tonawanda 54 -Section VI N.E.C. Championship - "Our Very Ownn 21,-22 Junior Play, Seven Sisters-UNO Business Like Show Business" 28 Dr. Rice-"Education for our Times"-Adult Education Exhibit - "It's Later Thank You Think" APRIL 4-5 Senior High Water Follies - "There's Nothing Like a Dame" 9 Bowdoin College Glee Club - "Music By The Angels" 30 Open House-"Out in the Cold Again" MAY 9, 10 Western New York Music Festival-"Dreamers' Holiday" 15, 16, 17 Amard's three plays-"Good, Good, Good" 23 Junior Prom-"It's the Loveliest Night in the Year" 30 Memorial Day-No School-"I Get Ideas" JUNE 5 Boy's Sports Banquet-"To Each His Own" 10 Girl's Sports Banquet-"Hambone" 13 Moving Up Day-"Somebody Else Is Taking My Place" 16-20 Regents Week-"Heartaches" 19 Freshman Dance - "When You and I Were Young" 22 Graduation-"Till We Meet Again" THE TOWER 3 f A Q .a.. 1 v H ' M' Q Q, fv- 0 92 'ff ,',- yfni f.fb-1WeJ9'-.Ah ' 'W 1 ..' t3'iag V--Q Q ,-Q-fi.: Y" ' ' . '-.K--14-usp. A -lil-",...-' r, v.i"'9Y I A 2: Aff QM? iifofl ,.. Z' A A 1, 4 ,gr 43 :ffl f SS-lm' 1' LL. ,.16g' 4-1' GUILD PPRE TICE A.-... .BJ THE TOWER ' 2 11 A 1' 4A,,,,., --L 'af' Q...-' A ff 0- .0-"""vH f- is E1 1 4 , gs Us-' I THE TOWER XS, f"-es. MR. JOHN SCHELLER Mr. Mustard left his duties as a teacher at Amherst Cen- tral to become its new junior High principal. Mr. Mustard takes care of the administra- tive duties of the seventh, eighth, and ninth grades. It has been his policy this year to maintain close relation- ships with the teachers un- der him. Mr. Mustard has taken this position with the idea of working towards the future when the Junior High School will be a working unit by itself. THE TOWER ' 20 0VERLORD Our Senior High principal has always treated us with the encouraging attitude of counsellor and a friend. Mr. Scheller has brought stimu- lating programs to our as- sembly this year and in his planning and supervising, always seemed to have our interests at heart. We are truly fortunate in having a man of such ability as our director. MR. EDWIN C. MUSTARD SLN 143 Around table left to llghl 'Nlr Clmrlu Icxei School Cluk Nh lheocloie L NIl5IC!SUll Nlis Darrel C ranger M1 Yxlllliifll I' Phillips lu isuru Nh N illei C ew.: liesident XI lhllip X Sthweitkhard Principal Nlr joseph P Suu Nh kenneth Hornburg Nlis Ruth NI Broun Nlr This group of public servants is the most important qroup in our community. They decide on the type of edumtion to he of- fered to Amherst CCl1ll"ll stu- dents. xVl1'IICX6I' superior edu- Cationwl facilities 1nd hi 'li quil- ity teachers we have 'ire due to the excellent judgment 'ind pro- gressive attitude taken by the Board of Education. THE TOWER THE KI G' COUNCIL f -I f 5 1 , 1 -T TF v-v .K ' is r I Q 1 , 0 ' r ,ty ff "L N - 6 If .xxx ur' - Irs-, l ,K-' ,I A: ill-. ill! . . 3 . +- CASTLE NURSE Mrs. Emma Coyer and Student Mrs. Emma Coyer is our capable school nurse who eases all the aches and pains of the students. She also supervises their annual physical check-ups and keeps up-to-date files of each student's health record. OFFICE TAFF Mrs. Imogene Amo, Mrs. Pearl Peterson, Miss Elaine Blainy, Miss Marilyn Zenner. 5 ff if A:5"','. . --C f Sr:-,M t -,R to 4 K Mrs. Mary Kendall DIR CTDR DT ADULT EDUCATIDN ls, MR CARL Mrmcu The smooth runnln schedule of Amhcrsts nxqht school IS due to the cflorts of Mr Carl M1HlCh Drrector of Adult Education ATTENDANCE DFFICER Jfx X-4 ,pf MR ALAN SCHAPFFR It IS the Job of Mr Schaefer as attendance officer to 1ssue passes readmlt cards and superwse other necessary matters concernm b sentees Mr Schaefer also coaches the Freshman basketball and V football teams Hrs cheerful co operatron IS known and apprecl ated by both students and faculty THE TOWER - l mga. I ,ii V . - ' gr l X, if "f , s ' ' , , ' X ,fbi X V 1 . . , I I E , ' Q. 1-Jar , - I sa 'il , , X i A X ff qi- .J , .1 'Y' A v ww. f , E lr T yt h , 4 K nu. ' it .2 ' Y , 1 A xl txt of ,F . I , Nagy! 'X ,. X I X 1 All I I U! , I A ,I M' - A fx v- . . 1 . R . A , , r , ' , , ' g a - K A . ' J "' H - T ' , ' ' jiihisx - Lf i +.,t...,...1Gq R jj - , .L X T 5. jj . XX X ta Ist rom Mrs St1t7 Mrs Brunner Mrs Kincaid Mrs Haffa 2nd row Rhoda Hunt Mrs Beale Mrs Rolfe CASTLE CO0K The cafeteria staff under the dlrec tion of Mrs Veronica Macaulev is re sponsible for preparing and sc-rung lunches for the 1300 members of our medieval community Students on the staff give freely of their time to assist in the smooth running schedule of our lunch hours Bt Mrs Veronica Macauley Dzetzczan 7 1: Ift row Florence Delphord Helen Day Aileen Conley 2nd row: ack Parks Gerald Davidson Philip Barber, Bob Toth Bob Zimdahl Peter Schillke. John Robertson, VVilliam Helffenstein, John Cameron. THE TOWER ' 24 Q Not Pictured: Louis Mil- ler William Scull Rob- ert Westphal Mrs. Mary Rolfe Mrs. Grace Bealer. Gebhard Thurnherr It is the job of these men to keep the castle and its grounds in good condition and uphold its beautiful appearance. We owe them many thanks for their cooperation with our after-school ac- tivities. STUDENT COUNCIL SENIOR HIGH-Ist row: Miss Car- nahan, advisor, Ellen Brunner, Georgia Demopolous, Paul Dahmer, treasurer, Roy Fowler, president, Mary Lou Hen- derson, vice-president, Carol Brown, secretary: Dorothy Scott, Mr. Rosen- berry, Sponsor. 2nd row: Walter Man- ske, Bob Zimdahl, Sue Harvey, Esther Winfield, Milly Gillman, Clare Braun- lich, Nancy Sperry, Charles Croco, Jack Bissell. 3rd row: Dick Starr, John May- field, Marion Phrender, Betty Jansen, Helene Green, Myrna Hadley, Peter Witt, Elmer Haas. 4th row: Hugh Mil- ler, Don Goetzman, Ted Springstead, Roger Nicholson, Jerry Thuman. K IGHT 0F THE ROU D TABLE This year the Student Council split into a Junior High and a Senior High group. They have carried on separate projects throughout the year, and have com- bined on the charity drives, and other projects pertain- ing to the whole school. The council has been quite active, revising their constitution, publishing a new handbook, running a magazine drive and keeping students posted with their bulletin board in the stacks. Because of the magazine drive, this year we were able to help the school newspaper financially. The various committees on the council have been very busy. The Juke box committee, headed by Roger Nicholson, has taken care of the many Juke box re- pairs and the selection of new records. There was also a committee headed by Ted Springstead which studied cafeteria conditions. Nancy Sperry has done a good job on the constitution as chairman of the judicial committee. The Activities Committee was unavoid- ably detained and has set up some rules for future Activity Committees to follow, so that charters may be issued in the first few weeks of school. The chair- man of the Activities Committee was Mary Lou Hen- derson. Nancy Conn has been the capable editor of the handbook. Working just as hard on the council are the officers: Roy Fowler, president, Mary Lou Henderson, vice- fx.. x ',,' president, Carol Brown, secretary, and Paul Dahmer, treasurer. Our sponsor is Mr. Rosenberry and our ad- visor, Miss Carnahan. Without their guidance and advice the success of the Senior High Student Council would have been dubious. The biggest project which the Junior High Student Council faced this year was the construction of a Constitution, since the Council could not function properly until this was done. Audrey Miller was chair- man of the committee which had the constitution ready for ratification in May.- Other committees were the Activities Committee which arranged the first Junior High Christmas Party under the direction of Rocky Ford, and the Parlia- mentary Procedures Committee, headed by Marcia Lacke. The temporary ofiicers who have done a splendid job are: David Hegg, chairman, Marjorie Kremers secretary, and Audrey Hurd, treasurer. lil JU IOR HIGH Ist row: Miss Fitzgibbons, Carl Han- sen, Jim Grafton, Gary Smith, Sandra W'endt, Joy Hartke, Robin Askin, Mr. Blish. 2nd row: Marjean Eckhert, Glenna Joslyn, Evelyn Kolbe, Audrey Miller, Audrey Hurd, Ann Austin, John Harbison, Charles Pettis. 3rd row: Bill Bacon, Dick DuBois, Chris Lawson, Fred Manske, Dave Hegg, Rocky Ford, Marcia Lacke, Craig YN'ratten. THE TOWER ' 23 - ff Av: .. J, , J , , he f--,ye rf J' ,. 4 am. JAMES cz. Ii.-XBBI'l"I' 171.91711771671101 .Muxir ra, -03, lf? eff? I I -2 NN AI IFR C' BI ISII IOSEPII BOXI1 IIERMAN BOWMAN Oth C md: Hath Drz mg G? Cemmzrv Gerzrrr1IScic11fe Q A 1 1: I .Biff 5 -v I I 1 ig A. l MILTON E. BERGMAN Geunzetry Piz3xvirr1lEdum!ion MARGARET CARNAIIAN Cluidnnfe MYR I I I1 CHRIS I ENSI' N W II I IAM C ORNFI I .IXIIRAIIAINI CUTCIIER IVIARY D'MICO MARGARET DEMIIKOIYSKI Aft Ypeerh fb? Dnznmtzcr llrnlth Scirnce Lrltin junior High Art .saw A 'Q A 'Q ' f ,-of 0 . I 1' ,..:' Q I 1 . 2 GERALDINE EGO NORMA ENIEA LOUISE FIRMAN THERESA FITZGIBBONS .IOHN GELSINGER Ar Frenih jr. High Englixh 8th Grade Social Studies Eflflifh vu-'Q "' -2 Nui 'AQ MONROE GILBERT LILLIAN GRIQENER MOIRA M. HALEY ROBERT IIALM EALEAN H.-XNNEL Anzgriggn Higfgyy Business Social Studies Retailing C6 Bookkeeping Librarian v-'M' S' In XT ' xx Itqawf il A ROBERTS HETTLER ELEANOR HEUSER ELENORA HILDEBRAND ROBERT HOLDER ISABEI, HUSBAND Physical Education Spanish Home Economics Social Studies Physical Education Introduction to Business Health Srienfe -Y, .sf rw H 1"-W , ' , ' 45st ?.'?'rf3- MARGARET JOSEPH EUGENE KAZA MARTHA KILPELA English Music jr. High Mathematics 'Q fl IOIIN KRE51 IL DOROIIIY LXPE RH IIXRD I XPP Music r High Mathematics lizaluu 11111111 Ycwrlre 1 'I 3 , .111 .K 4, 'C rv' 8:3 -. .WE FREDERICK KOCH jr. High .Mathematics v J, 1 F Y NI XBOX I XI XR I IN Industrial Arts MABEI, KOLLOFF Guidance ll ,i Fr NI XRION NIE IZ 8th grade Busznes Personal Igpzng THE POWER 27 Xl I VIRGINIA MOLIN Home Economics THEODORE MOSS 7th grade English Social Studies if! I. I Q" 5 c EDWARD ORGEK Industrial Arts ARTHUR PANKOW 10th Grade Guidance Social Studies V1 ,nf DONALD MIINSON Guidance 5. K! AVh, -:C S . f L ROBERT PARR Transportation Driving 4' .-...av 5 .il af VIRGINIA NAUGHTON WALTER NEWMAN to English jr. High English Social Studies I 'W r i . . ' 'Q .. M 3 Q A 1. ' , 8 V ' 'G E' 'Q I 5, , XV, 5 Y . M ' vw. -v. Xi E L' ' JOSE PII PATTI English 'fs px T A, an mf 'xii ' EVA POLSTER ROBERT POMEROY DOROTHY PURDY WALTER REITZ jr. lligh Guidance American History General Science Music Social Studies ELTON PETERSEN Chemistry z"' sg " if X, 1 if -A .aa iw if B ro an , Psi. E2 - . O 3 3,4,y:z1,.,,,- I-1 i ' 1 f:3.,:1r'Z1k'5' Q.-,-qg,:i1,y4jj' GERTRUDE RIX English -sv- BASIL ROSENBERRY ROBERT ROWLEY ALICE SCHAFER ROBERT SCHONEWOLF ARTHUR SCHUCHARDT Mathematics lllathematics English Mechanical Drawing Mathematics THE TOWER - 28 INIARION SINIPSON M.'XR'Iifi.'X S. S'I','XPLETON NEIL STILLNI.-XN 'I'HOKf.'XS TIERNEY GLENN KNGERER ffomg Efgngmfgj Plfflliflg SOCiIllSl1Adf65 Pl1j'5ff5 Q ,- Q fx ' ,KV N' ' i V P- V-L f ' ' ' i' ii' I 'XJ " i f X DOROTIIY VOLGENAIJ ELSIE YVALDOYV HLIBERT YNVILKENS GRACE WITTIG YVILIAIATVI YVRATTEN Englirh Iinglirh German Home Economicx PhJ'5iCl1l EdUCl1fi07l 21st Anniversary Celebration Honoring Mr. Sohweiekhard QQ 'K THE TOWER - 29 is gm . ffwu and -.x-U' MR. DONALD MIQNSON Director of Guidance GUIDANCE COUNSELORS Blrs. Polster lNIr. Pzinkow 7th grade 10th grade Miss lfitzgibbons Miss Carnahan 8th grade Iltli grade Miss Kollofl' Mr. Schuchardt fltlz grade 12 grade GUIDANCE DEPARTME T The tests which are given by our counselors are to find out the achievements, aptitudes, interests and personality of our students at Amherst. Our counselors use the results in helping students with job and col- lege placement and technical training. A definition of the job of our counselors at Amherst is Ha person who sees through Johnny and then helps johnny to see himself through". GUIDANCE SERVICES 1. Programs for all students are individually planned to suit their aptitudes, interests and needs. 2. Counsel is easily available for all students and parents at any time. 3. All 9th and 11th grade parents are invited indi- vidually to attend private planning sessions in school for their children. THE TOWER ' 30 E Employment permits and State. working papers are issued under careful supervision. Parent education in the evening Adult Education Program. Annual job conferences enable students, parents, and teachers to study occupations with an expert in each field. Close cooperation with colleges enable students to meet representatives and discuss their admission questions here in school. Necessary testing is done individually and in groups to help students plan their futures wisely. Job placement in part-time and full-time positions. Psychological and psychiatric services. iv, -if Q., x ii . 5 1 . N X -Q 1105 wi ff , .-E 'YV' IAA, :f -'dbh R1 ,,,, Hu 1 qs? v., F55 B .NYY x :X , 4-4 lis- I MP5 HEI 0BLE eniors SENIOR CLASS ADVISORS Lawrence G. Benson Marion Butt Mary D'Amico Margaret Joseph Edward Orgck Robert Parr Elton Petersen Geraldine Ego Robert Schonewolf Gertrude Rix Isl row 'uk Polsy Nan Beard Mr Orqek Adwxsor Mary lou Henderson, Bob Monroe. 2nd row Pat Sodaro Joan Seffrred lxllliy Sperry o1n Palmer Sue Dealv joan Ackerman Sue jordan, Alvina Klenert joy Volbraeht Gmqer Perrm ird rou Bob Payne Warren Troust Russ Gowland Cllff Baum, jim Laske, Bill Wituq Ron Roth Bob Zlmdahl JOAN L AClxERIw1AN Domenrck Baskt tball Z 3 4 Watu lfollres 2 5 4 Orchestra l SL rrror Class Councrl 4 human Club Z Art Club 5 4 Art Club Secretary 4 'loner 4 'I atltr 4 junror Prom Commrttee llr Y Z 'loner Bazaar 4 Tr rad 4 Senror Class Play Commr 'Ol Qs- if 'IIS JAMES BASHER Or lang: Senror Hxgh Orlando Florrdal 2 ttec wc. SALLY ALEXANDER Sully Soccer 1 Basketball l 2 3 4 Water Follresl 2 5 4 Badmrnton 2 3 4 H Y Z 5 4 junror Prom Commrttee 3 junror Play Commrttte .5 Allred Youth l Scnror Ball Commrttte 4 Senror Play Coxnmrttte 4 'l over 4 Tatler 3 4 'I ower Bazaar 4 Sophomore Class Party 2 Freshman Class Party l Trrad 4 3' MARY BAUER Mar Basketballl 2 Baseball 2 3 4 Soccer 1 Bowlrng 4 Hockey 1 French Club 3 4 r Play Commrttee 3 Sr Play Commrttee 4 THE TOWER - 34 RONALD ALLEN Ron Soccer 3 4 Coll 2 R.rlle Club 'R' CLIFFORD BAUM CIIH Basketballl 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 jr Play Commrttce 3 Sr Play Commrttec 4 Senror Class Councrl 4 H1 Y 2 3 4 Tower Bazaar 4 I ROY ALLGAIER Roy Football 2 NANCY BEARD Nan Water Follres 1 2 3 Hockey 3 4 Soccer 1 2 3 4 Softball l 2 3 4 Badmrnton 1 2 3 4 Swrmmrng Team 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Ma orette l 2 3 4 Grr s Chorus l Honor Socrety 3 4 Jr Class Vrce Presrdent 3 Sr Class Secretary 4 Student Councrl Secretary 3 Grrls Sports Councrl l 2 3 Sports Councrl Secretary 4 Sports Councrl Treasurer 3 Tower 4 Tatler 3 Sr Ball Commrttee 4 Sr Play Commrttee 4 Jr Prom Commrttee 3 r Play Commrttee 3 Tower Bazaar 4 4 E IOR . ,SK I .,- X JAMES BARRY ALLIS Barry Track Z 3 4 Cross Country 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Broloqy Club 3 Physrcs Club 4 ,ff GEORGE BECK Bud Cross Country Operetta 4 Band l 2 3 4 Orchcstra 3 4 Dance Ban Vrce Pres Band 4 Hr Y 4 Jr Prom Commrttee Sr Ball Commrttee 4 Tower 4 fl Q 5 f , -3, , A J H ,l" 1 5 ' ' A I ' 1 ' ' ' N I, f :. :vw- ' ' f 4' ' A ' 1 . e v ' ' "3 r '4" "'. . 4 S ' , l . . 'P fl A ttra X F A of ii X K , get Q A ,, 1' . . ' 2 . - , , - , , , , , ,4 1,2 14 1 , V, D .rm . ' ,f , , , 4 j 3 JI ' 1952 .2-D 3, ' I f 5' A X ' in WELLS ANDERSON Andy St. Christopher's School, Richmond Vir inia l, 2 5 S Biology Club 4 , y ft ,- 'Q sv fl Y A 3 K. W , my QA F" JAY S. BECK lay Football Manager 3 Asst. Football Manager Golf 2 Honor Society 3, 4 President Honor Society Student Council 1 Spanish Club l, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 3, 4 Secretary Hi-Y 4 Tatler 3, 4 Taller Editor 4 Freshman Dance l Sophomore Party 2 jr. Play Committee 3 gr. Prom Committee 3 r. Ball Committee 4 Sr. Play Committee 4 Tower 4 Tower Bazaar 4 Triad 4 Sr. Play Committee Program Chairman 4 M1 JAMES ANDREWS JAMES BALDWIN lim Baldie Mixed Chorus 2 Glenbard High School, A Capella Choir 3, 4 Glen Ellyn, Illinois 2, l German Club 2, 3 Tower 4 Pinafore 2 Mikado 3 Red Mill 4 SHIRLEY BEHRENS Shir! Badminton 1, 2 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 WVater Follies 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Sr, Ball Committee 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Majorette 3, 4 Student Council l, 3 Vice Pres. Sports Council 4 Secretary, Sports Council 3 Treasurer Art Club 3 Girls' Sports Council 2 Tatler 1, 2 Art Editor Tatler 3, 4 Jr. Prom Committee 3 jr. Play Committee 3 Make Up Editor, Tower 4 Sr. Ball Committee 4 Sr. Play Committee 4 MARIE BANE Marie Badminton 2, 3, 4 Baseball 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Water Follies 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer l Tower 4 Tower Bazaar 4 junior Prom Committee 3 junior Play Committee 3 Senior Ball Committee 4 Tatler 3, 4 Newspaper Club 4 Senior Play Committee 4 F A ' 7 ,"f'e 3' . x A , Q'- ' ,, ,.1 f L x, - jerry Vary Cross Country Nfiud Chorus Aeapt lla Choir 3 4 Spanish Club 2 3 Sr Ball Committee 4 H NI S Pinafore 'vfikado 3 Red Mill 4 Honor Society 4 JEROME J. BELLMAN xmm Jn .3 . 2 f. ' 4- 2 l 3 THE TOWER 'IQ 5 .3 , 5. , 'lk 41 ., ..i?.?Al M JOAN F BE'l'Z joan Hater Follies 4 Badminton 4 Basketball 4 Sr Play Committee 4 Toner 4 Tom er Bazaar 4 Sr Ball Committee 4 Q4-1 EVE RETI' BOYCE Lross Country 2 3 4 Bowhng 4 'Inari Z 3 4 I-ootball I Student Council I JOAN LOUISE BLTZ joame Baseball 5 4 Basketball 4 ju I rom Lomlmttee 3 Sr I lay Committee 4 I on er 4 latler 3 Bnology Club 3 II Y Z 3 4 I out r Bazaar 4 ? ROBERT BRADLEY Bob Amards 2 3 4 Amard Presldcnt 4 Amard Treasurer 3 I hesplans 3 4 Vlcc Pres Thesplans 4 Stage Crew l 2 3 4 Stake Crew Ast Mgr Stage Crew Manager 4 Aw mbly Commnttee 3 THE TOWER ' 36 2 f NORBERI BEYER Norb Cross Country 2 3 4 Bowling 4 'lxack Z J 4 LLARE BRAUNLICH Clan Soccer I Z 3 4 Badmmton Z Basketball 2 jr Play Committee 3 Student Councxl 4 Biology Club President 4 III Y 2 3 4 German Club 2 3, 4 Ilhysxcs Club Z, 3, 4 Blology Club 3, 4 Dance Committee I, 2 Tovser 4 Iatler, Exchange Editor 4 Honor Society 4 MARJORIE BIDDLELOM Marge Cheerleadtr 3 4 Socctr I Z 4 Basketball 1 2 5 4 Swlmmmg 2 3 4 Baseball 5 4 Wattr Follies I 2 3 Basketball R1 funn 3 I olor Cuaxd Z jr Llass Councnl 3 bk: Club I Ht Y Z Iatlt r 2 5 'I ower 4 Iumt r Bazaar 4 Play Lommnttu J j I rom Lommxttte J Ball Commnttu 4 Ilay Lommlttu. 4 -5' lsEVt.RLY BREESER PU Brockport Central Hugh I Holland Cs ntral Hlgh 2 R an il" it is 'E'1 ER BISHOP I ele Buffalo T1 chmcal High Football 4 JUNE BREU une Baslu tball I 2 3 Badminton 1 2 3 Soren r 2 3 Water Follles 2 Studt nt Council 2 Executlve Board Student Council 3 I 1rIs S sorts Council 2 Honor Society 3 4 Spanish Club 2 3 H1 Y 2 Tatler I, 2, 3 Jr Play Committee 3 jr Prom Committee 3 Sr Ball Commxttee 4 Water Follu s Committee I Frm shman Dance Committee I Sophomore Dance Committee 2 'I ower Bazaar 4 Tower Editor 4 5. , . , A Q f. P at of K A I g f an X s ,a ,g X' . nn 1 Q K. .ii - I XX mb To Mfr f 1 K li . f Q f f , ' in 5 4 f ' . . ,, . ,. , I ,D I Sfxxlcrl , I 'J I 1 1,1 School I,2' D B . I-Q", , I I Q ,j,j,4 ip . 'yly ' :Z Y ' - ' H 4, B' : 4 r. ' ' ' ' ' Sl. ' -: sf. D N ' -- L Q 5 I ! I. Q J R 'O' H -, C . K x . X, A xx ' I . w El' l ' ' II, t j , . ' ' I N. , , I - N -U T -1' '. U V3 A I ,' 7 ' '3 .L R ' y -- , - l . 1 ii, LX 192 'Q 9,53 T' vc' s 1 V ,? ix WILLIAM BISHOP Bill Golf 3. 4 Jr. Rifle Club l Spanish Club 2 Physies Club 3 Sr. Ball Committee 4 1 Ki , , -9 , Q l J I JOAN BITTER jo VERA BROOKS Vera Archery 4 Chorus 3 Mikado 3 A Cappella Choir 4 Red Mill 4 Biology Club 3, 4 Library Club 3 Tower 4 Tower Bazaar 4 Senior Ball Committee 4 Senior Play Committee 4 5'2- NANCY BRUCE Nan junior Class Secretary 3 Toxwr Secretary 4 Junior Play CBS! 3 liatler 2, 3 Triad 4 Girl's S orts Council 2, 4 Baseballjl, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 2, 3, 4 Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4 Water Follies 1, 2, 4 Amards 3 unior Play Committee 3 unior Prom Committee 3 'enior Pla Committee 4 Senior Ball' Committee 4 Spanish Club 2 Student Council 1 Freshman Dance Committee l Sophomore Party Committee 2 'lkmvi' Bazaar 4 Honor Society 4 f PHYLLIS BLOOD Phyl Tatler l, 2 W'ater Follies Committc' Spanish Club 2 Ir. Play Committee 3 Sr. Ball Committee 4 rr -'P X , ROBERT BRUSO Yuke Student Council 1 'Z-K N, ANNETTE BONESKY Ann Umpire 3 Baseball 2, 3 Areliery 2, 3 Badminton 2, 3 Referee, Soccer 2 fi N Z lr- INIARJORIE BURNICKI Marge Badminton 2, 3, 4 Bass-ball 3 Chorus 2, 3 A Capella Choir 4 gunior l-'rom Committee 3 enior Ball Committee 4 Toner 4 Tower Bazaar 4 Tatler 3, 4 Senior Play Committee 2, 3, 4 Opeietta 2, 3, 4 Operetta Committee 2, 3, 4 X K 7 1 .K ay - A' l. Q 'fl A -I 4 . X X RICHARD BOULEY Beef Cross Country l Soccer 3, 4 Track 3, 4 Student Council l, 2 U 4 ,4-O X IHALCOLINI BURTWVELL Mac Tennis 3, 4 Physics Club 3 German Club 3 Junior Council 3 Tatler 4 Junioi Prom Committee 3 Tower, Asst. Subscription Manager 4 Tower Bazaar 4 Sr. Ball Committee 4 Jr. Play Committee 3 Sr. Play Committee 4 THE TOWER ' 37 1 41? gas: ,..v, X33 . ff' 41' 2 , 4 , . X f , , . X 5 1 ,YK ' . -,N l 1-'I I f i f ' A I p CAROL LEE CAHILL RICHARD CALANDRA JAMES CARR EDMUND CATALANO Conkir Difk Big jim Ed Waifl' Follies 1, 2, 3, 4 Projection Crew 2, 3, 4 Soecer l. 2. 3 Service Crew 3. 4 Baseball l. 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Ofhcer l Student Council 2 Senior Council 3 Frencl1ClulJ I. 2. 3 J. V. Cheerleader I Colnrszuard 2, 3 Tower Executive Staff 4 Fxeslnnan Dance Committee l Jr. Play Committee 3 jr, l'mm Committee 3 Sr. ll:-ill Committee 4 Taller 4 Triad 4 Sophomore Party Committee 2 f 9- , 43, .f L- , ,TN Y Q JT EX , ' X f, 1 2 Nl. 48" X, a' ig ia , Iqygz I ' , 3d?iQA,?' , JOANNE CONN RICHARD COOK ROBERT COTTRELL JEAN CUMMINGS Inanng Dirk Bob jean Badminton 4 Football l, 2, 3, 4 Water Follies 4 Archery 3, 4 Bowling 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 French Club 2, 3 Biology Club 3 gr. Play Committee 3 'r. Pla Committee 4 Sr. Ball, Committee 4 Hi-Y 4 Tower 4 Tower Bazaar 4 Tatlcr 4 Triad 4 Sports Council 4 Track 2 Wrestling 4 Chorus 2 A Capella Choir 3, 4 Choir President 4 Hi-Y President 4 Pinafore 2 Mikado 3 Red Mill 4 Hi-Y 3, 4 Spanish Club l, 2 THE TOWER - 38 Soccer I, 2, 3, 4 nas.-ball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 2, 3, 4 Spanish Clulx 2, 3, 4 gr. Play Committee 3 r. Play Commiftee 4 Tower 4 E IOR ETIIEL ANN CATHCART Ethel Bennett High School 1 Soccer 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2. 3, 4 Baseball 2, li. 4 Badminton 2 .ah 'ai 1 , Q '-3.1 V Fitz. Q 5, ,f .,, , if L , W . ,,,, V, It WILLIAM DANNEBROCK Danny Projector Crew I, 2, 3 UH ixlfi ri? I iii! 1952 JOHN CAVE MICHAEL CERRONE john Mike Track 3 Football 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1 Track 1 ir. Play Committee 3 r. Prom Committee 3 'J' C7 CORALYNN E. DAY CGYHY Archery 4 Badminton 4 Fashion Show 1 junior Prom 3 unior Play Committee 3 Tower 4 Senior Ball Committee 4 Senior Play Committee 4 Tower Bazaar 4 YVater Follies 4 1 v- , of BARBARA SUE DEALY Sue Soccer 1, 2, 3. 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Badminton 2, 3, 4 Baseball I Student Council 1 Class Vice President 2 Senior Class Council 4 Girls' Sports Council 3, 4 Camera Club 1 French Club 2. 3 Biology Club, 3, 4 Art Club 4 Tatler 4 Tower 4 Triad 4 Junior Play Committee 3 Senior Play Committee 4 Senior Ball Committee 4 Honor Society 4 3 'E' RICHARD CHALMERS Dick Football 3 Hi-Y l, 2 Tower Bazaar 4 Tower Business Manager 4 rn, .ex lr . " , DONALD DEAN Don Photography Club 1 French Club I, 2, 3 New spaper Club, Sports Ed. 15 New spaper Club, Editor 4 Taller, Sports Editor 4 Toner, Sports Editor 4 Physics Club 3 Hi-Y 4 Soccer Blanager 3 Toner Bazaar 4 Honor Society 4 JOANNA CLARKE JAMES A. CLEVENGE Inanna jim Bishop McDonnell High School, Swimming 2, 4 Brooklyn, N. Y. 1, 2, 3 Band 2, 4 Tower 4 Orchestra 2, 4 Tatler 4 German Club 4 Biology Club 4 1:-45' w-ff GEORGIA DEMOPOULOS LOUIS DI PASQUAL Georgia Lou Baseball I, 4 Tatler 4 Badminton 2, 4 Girls' Sports Council 3, 4 A Capella Choir 4 Operetta 4 Color-guard 3, 4 Junior Play Committee 3 Senior Play Committee 4 Student Council 4 junior Class Council 3 Freshman Dance Committe junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Ball Committee 4 French Club 2. 3, 4 Business Manager of Choir lIi-Y 3, 4 President of Hi-Y 4 Newspaper Club 4 Taller 3, 4 Associate Editor of Taller 4 Latin Club 3, 4 C 4 President of Latin Club 3, 4 Triad 4 Toner Literary Editor 4 Toner Bazaar 4 Inner Ili-Y Council Vice President 4 Honor Society 4 Grover Cleveland H.S THE TOWER - 39 'XX- '7 ws... Y ALLEN RICHARD DL NBAR LLEANOR DUINN DONALD DLST Eleanor Duxly Band 7 I Tmur Ba1aar4 Junror Plas Commrtlvc 4 Assn mbly Band 2 3 juruor I mm Commrttet 3 uruor Class Councrl 3 Sr mor Ball Commrttee 4 Frrnrh L lub ' 3 Maur Follrcs 4 Brology Club 5 4 Ctrman Club 4 K '74 ROY FOWLER Roy Bas ltlrall I 2 'I cm rl 7 'I 'I rark 'I 4 Band I 2 Stud:-rr! Counrrl 2 'I 4 rm su'Isn!StuClrntCm1nrrl 4 rr s dr nt Junror Class 3 Iunmr Prom L ommrttvr- 'I uuror Plas Commrttr-r 'I Scnror Ball Commrttev 4 Q55 -env' Q4 WVILLIAM ELLIOTT I4 1 B nd 1 2 3 4 I rvsrclvnt OI Band I I O clrrstral Z 3 4 Danu Band I 2 3 4 Mrkado Orchestra 3 Honor Socu ly "I 4 Vrrv Prcsrdrnt Honor Sofrtty 4 Studm nt Councrl I Plrysrcs Club Vrcr Prts 'I I 1 rman Club Trmasuur 3 Class Troasurtr 3 I umm Prom Cnmmrtlvv 'i Sr mor Ball Commrttu 4 Toner 4 Tatln r 4 g -X" asia RON -QLD EVXNS Rnn Basketball 2 I 4 Q.,-'V "-7 "'-5' FARI FOWLSTON Sonny Football I 2 '3 4 Wu stlrnrz I 2 Trark 2 Sludvnt Cnuncrl 2 Cr-rman Club 2 3 Hr Y 2 THE TOWER - 40 THOMAS FRAINCI FMONT 7 nmmy Ilaskr tball I Cross Cmrntrv I 2 Iunmr Play Commrttcr 3 Iunror Prom Commrtlcz- 'S Plrvsrrs Club 3 Sr runr Plav Commrlu-0 4 94 mor Ball Commrttn 0 4 TKIYKCI' 4 Tour r Ila7aar 4 4 ff' I f ' I li I 1 I' , I f XJ' X 6 I I 5 X , I ' J I I S: A! I 'I' I I I' I I I IIH rv. I A. I' -rs f ' I a ,-, , ...., II. V I ' .3 ' . LI: IQIII4 Hi-T ,2.3,4 I J. I A ' . I ' 4. I X . I I MR .II 2 4 I Q I 'Ls P I 'Ir , Wd! .5 I X J I J ,H x ' M," I ' X - ' I 'Z . Rylk I I 'X I I I C " 1 as I I ' , , X x xg r'I I I 1 I II I .k- .-..,4 I , f, -I IQ, -E44 Sf! ' .L...4 , . NI. . , I II "' 'I I A "' - 'II P I I :I-' . I r A I ,II -III I I7 I. I 'H - A I I - 'I ' , 1 - I, I 'I I 'I 8 Il jI f I I- I V- . '-'I I ' LRNESI B CARDOW Ernze Band I 5 4 jurrror Ilay Commrtttt J l 1rmanCIubZ .I 4 Carman Club I rcsrdrnt 4 Physrcs Club 3 4 I Irysrcs Club Prr srdr nt 4 Drscussron Club .5 4 'latlrr Busrm ss Marraqtr 4 SL mor Play 4 Honor Society 4 CIIAISIRLLS II CA'I ILS Soccu 1 Bast ball .I 4 Basketball Z Brology Club 2 1952 E I"k 5 4? A " X' 1 -is , I K, A ' 502 1 f , Qifgf 1215 ' '.- H' we 521 '7 ' l RICHARD FERRICK CHRISTINE FILIPOWICZ Dick Chris Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball I B35'fb3ll 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball I Soccer I, 2, 3, 4 Track l, 2, 3, 4 Class Vice President 2 jr. Prom Committee 3 Physics Club 3 Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4 Water Follies I, 2, 3, 4 Sports Council 1 German Club 2 Tower 4 junior Prom Committee 3 Junior Play ,Committee 3 Freshman Dance I Tower Bazaar 4 Sophomore Dance 2 Ia , If I, 5 W 4 as - ' I r 3 4 3 f .sr ' Q 3 V .4 .. 'J sr ,,,, ' 53122 i 1 S S +1 ' E i . I ' - - .-"' 3' . ' , I mig- l a s 3 'X 1 , . sssr y, -C c wp f DONALD GERTIS GERALD GERTIS Donnie ferry Swimming Team 2, 4 German Club 2, 3, 4 German Club 2, 3, 4 Rifle Club 2 RiHe Club 2 Biology Club 3 Q 5 'Q . fave" QA , , 7 ' 1 " .tx 3 - Q,-v sf . , x ,. r . y 'Ji' 5 . M: :hit-', I V hx, tv i '14 Q lsgd I k Ei: K : gylkjgyvyy .Q , V L Vol! Lg., 4 Q ' I . it PAUL FINNIGAN FREDERICK FRANKLIN JOHN C. FOLEY Paul FISHER jack Fred Track I, 2, 3, 4 Soccer I, 2, 3, 4 Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3 Captain, Cross Country 4 Chorus 1 Junior Play Committee 3 Choir 2 Student Council I, 2, 3 Boy's Glee Club 1 Student Council 2 Class Council 3 Pinalore 2 Mikado 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Ball Committee 4 Class President 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Ball Committee 4 CHRISTINE GILLIES Cliff! Water Follies I, 2. 3, 4 Hockey 2, 3, 4 Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4 Swimming 3 Tennis 2 SOCCer I, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Girlls Chorus 1 Junior Play Committee 3 Sports Council 1, 3, 4 Tatlcr 2, 3, 4 Typing Manager Tatlcr 3, Assistant Editor, Tower 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Ball Committee 4 French Club 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Tower Bazaar 4 r, an vi we rr. I DANIEL GLEASON Ben Cross Country I, 2 f ,, fa WI? '-.er JAMES GOERGEN jim Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 THE TOWER - 41 11" DON XI D I OI"I7NfK'N'N D011 "mill l Sunnnnnql " Sorfu I 4 Stu ntfounftl 4 4 Studi nt Counrnl udu nl C nnnnttu 4 4 ALI IN C OLLD S uun lhll C'o11u1nttu 4 UH mn 1 4 'fb' 33 Q -er XH RNA IIADLLY ROBERT COIN L VND Bob Rlfle Club 3 Studi nt Counri Spaniih Club '7 HARRY DAVID HAIN INORNIA JLAN IIANSON lllyrn Harry Anrma B s tthalll Z 3 4 S run li rskt llmll l cur llllSl sm lull 7 I Bar nnnlon 2. 3 4 C1113 Spcnls Council 2 Atnards 3 4 Svnior l lay KIOIIIIIIIIIUI' unior Play Cotnrnittvc 3 Asst-tnbly Comtnittvc 4 'liallvr 4 Honor Sllflvly St'Cn'lary' -4 I --X 4 Studi-nt Council 4 'lion 1-r Bazaar 3, H'-Y 2. 3, 4 Gm-rman Club 2, 3 Towa-r 4 Tatlvt 3, 4 Hi-Y Vice P11-sidm-11t4 Toner Bazaar 4 Junior Prom Committcc 3 Senior Ball Connuittcc 4 Frm-slnnan Dancv Crnnmittvm- I Sophomore Party Committee 2 THE TOWER - 42 Sunnnnng -, liadnnnton - Rilla- Club 4 unim IlayCo111111itu-c f I hysifs Club 3. 4 S1-nim I lay Connnittcc 4 '- an C ub L. 1. Svnirn Hall 4 'liourr 4 unior l rom Conlnlittvv 3 1- RLSSELL CON LAND Russ I 1 nnl: 5 4 St niuz Class Council 4 Spanish Club 2 Iiaslu tball 4 in RI SSELI HART ER Ru! S cur 5 4 Studm nt C ouncll Z -Y . . unixn I lay CI3lIlll1IIll'1' 3 unior I mm Co1111nittt-1: 3 Tmvvr 4 Tom-r Bazaar 4 Taller 4 Qi JOAN CR XNILICH nan gms Ni 1--v l RICHARD HAH RS Dzpgfr s mtlmll l 7 I sm ball l 7 5 . rrfvr l. L.. Student Council I 1952 3 , . A JEAN GREINER jean Bowling 4 Baseball 3 Badminton 2 Junior Play Committee 3 'UN JACK GRIZZARD lark Soccer 1 Tiarlx 2 Physics Club 3 French Club 2, 3, 4 Tatler 3 Hi-Y 3, 4 Tower 4 Junior Play Committee 3 Junior Class Council 3 E Q f"', pq., ' .2 sa n '- T537 'O' Q 04 ' T! I SALLY JEAN GROUT FRED GULLING WAYNE HACHTEN Sal Fred W'ayne Soccer l. 2. 3. 4 Ithaca High l, 2 Kensington High School 1, 2 Baseball l. 2, 3. 4 Lafayette High 3 Basketball l. 2. 3. 4 Football 4 Amards 3, 4 Tennis 4 Junior Play Committee 3 Chorus 4 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3 Tatler 3, 4 Newspaper Club 3 Hi-Y 3 Tower 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Junior Class Council 3 S. Il fff 'QI' 'Q' x v' - A--s 9 3 4 A 3 "' by nga ' , -Q , .3 A " N .' ' t .- f L 1 fs f - 1 , f ' I , . JERRY HEALY DAVID HEDGES MARY LOU HENDERSON jerry Dave Many Golf 2, 3, 4 Biology Club 3 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 3, 4 Art Club 4 Hockey 1, 2, Rifle Club 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Water Follies l, 2, 3, 4 Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Girlls Chorus 1 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council Treasurer 3 Student Council Vice Pres. 4 Class Vice President 4 Junior Play Committee 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Play Committee 4 Senior Ball Committee 4 Tower 4 Taller 4 SALLY HENRY Sal Badminton l, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Referee 4 Soccer l, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 YVater Follies 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Play Cast 3 Junior Class Council 3 Freshman Dance 1 Sophomore Party Committee 2 Hi-Y 2 French Club 2, 3 Sports Council 2, 3, 4 Tatler 2, 4 gunior Prom Committee 3 enior Ball Committee 4 Senior Play Committee 4 Tower 4 Tower Bazaar 4 Honor Society 4 MARJORIE ANNE HERSHISER Anne Tennis l, 2, 3, 4 Badminton l, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Hockey l, 2, 3, 4 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4 lVater Follies l, 2, 3, 4 Archery 4 Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Tower Staff 4 Tower Bazaar 4 Tatler Staff l, 2, 3, 4 Triad 4 Senior Ball Committee 4 Senior Play Committee 4 Junior Play Committee 3 Junior Prom Commitee 3 Freshman Dance 1 Sophomore Party Committee 2 THE TOWER - 43 French Club 3, 4 JOHN HOFMANN, JR. ' -eil-lv WILLIAM HOHMAN Chou john Kensington High School 1 Chorus 3 Band 2, 3, 4 Choir 4 Orchestra 2. 3. 4 Mikado 3 W'oodwind Trio 3 Red Mill 4 lNind Ensemble 4 French Club 2, 3 Dance Band 2, 3, 4 Biology Club 3, 4 Amards 4 Art Club 4 Tower 4 M MARVIN KANTOR Marv Basketball Manager 3, 4 Physics Club 4 Tower 4 THE TOWER FR., is S BARBARA KELLY Barb Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Softball 1, 2, 3 Hockey 1 Water Follies 1 Soccer 1, 2, 3 Badminton l, 2 Chorus 1 Hi-Y 1 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 Tatler 3 '44 'WX MARILYN HOPKINS Harpy Soccer , 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Referee 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4 Badminton 1, 2 VVater Follies 1, 2, 4 Amards 3 Minstrel Show 2, 4 Class Treasurer 2 German Club 1, 2 Tatler 3, 4 Tow er 4 junior Prom Committee 3 Girl's Sports Council 1 Frosh Dance Committee l Soph. Party Committee 2 Senior Play Committee 4 Senior Ball Committee 4 E IOR 23 0-4" S avi? 1 GWENDOLYN C. HUDSON MARGARET HIQTCHINSON Gwen Peggy Basketball 3, 4 Badminton 2, 3, 4 Badminton 3, 4 Baseball 3, 4 Archery 4 Soccer 4 Bowling 4 Physics Club 3 junior Play Committee 3 Senior Play Committee 4 2 K rl lu? , L, ,fc ,q , y V I '...? 37 A g ' -J' U if vga! A, M f. . , A ik . s 'I r ,i etk 729' W E if 'Q ' : WS ' -Q, A: . 1 ,- K, K vig, kv. I M y 1 5 , .K aifw ti' "' ' : ' H 4 DONALD KERN JAMES KING ALVINA KLENERT Don jim Al Soccer 2, 3, 4 Golf 3 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Swim 2 Rifle Club 3, 4 Hockey 1 Track I, 2, 3, 4 Rifle Club President 4 TPTUUS 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Class Council 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4 Water Follies l, 2, 3, 4 Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Operetta 3, 4 Amards 3, 4 Sports Council 1 Tower 4 Tatler 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Ball Committee 4 Senior Play Committee 4 Class Dances l, 2 Triad 4 Senior Class Council vii e X... IINCOLIN JANTKOW SKI Lznk f as 29 O! VIRC INIA JOHNSON C'znny Water Follus 2 3 Basketball l 2 5 Base-ball 7 'K Badxnlntun l Spanish Club l luxxu Bala.-u 4 Taller 5 Toner 4 C uls S morn C 0unc1l2 unxor law C ommlttrr Svmor llay C'omm1ttf'c 4 unlor l rom C ummlttvs 5 Q ggi v-of 'G' SLS-XV JORDAV ue Wall: Pollne 3 4 S1 mm Ball C ommxttu 4 Jumor I lay C omnuttce 3 Ant Club 3 Tatlnr 4 Towvr 4 Imxu Bazaar 4 S4 mor Clase Cuunc1l4 Hamhurq High Schoo DONALD JURON Don Cross C uuntq 3 Track l C crman Club 2 3 DONNA KI UMPP Donna Soccer 2 3 4 Badminton Z 4 4 Basketball I 2 3 4 Basnballl Z Studm nt Counrll 4 Spanish Club 5 4 ' yslcs Club 3 I'0wvr 4 l nad 4 junnor Play C,0mm1ttLc 3 Honor Socncty 4 f", RICHARD lxOHL Dzck football l 1011 l Ruth Calub 4 S1 mon Hay Lunmnllu. 4 4 I Y if 'Q' SHIRLI-.Y KRIECJER Shlrl Basketball l 2 llasn ball l 5 Uadnunton 1 umm llav C ulnnuttu 3 S4 mor Ball C.unun1llce 4 Span15hC.lub Z latlm r J Matt: Pullns Cauxnmlttu, I CAROI lxRl:.SS Ku :ne Bas nthalll 7 5 4 aiu l'ulltxs l Span1shC,lub I 5 linux ljdlddl 4 junio: llay C,onun1ttu i S1 nm: l lay C ommnltu 4 unmr I mln CJUIDIHIICLK 5 Sn mon Ball CJOIIIITIIIILL 4 B smball 1, l, J, 4 ERNEST RAESELAU Erma Football P Cwu 7 'I 4 Mikado Fe nman Club Art Club 3 4 Skt tch C'lub 4 T 01 l Z Rf-d will 4 14 4 S JOY KRISLHANI Y Baskt tball 4 Sum 1 1 4 Iatlnr 4 Hump lzcunuuuca C,lub 4 Vtnlcm Hugh L05 Angnles Ca :formal 7 3 THE TOWER - 45 l , 'A . 4 Q A ', 5 l J . 4 ,f o yu ,V " wg . . t 12:-iff, I , : x 1 , ' E 2, 5" wwf f . iff? 5 " ' S- ll 559 n X 1 ll A 1 S ' v ,4 V " ' A'.f, . l ' L , , L' ' I ' ' l ' - I l ' ' L, .. Soccer 233 Junior li10n1Clomrnit!m-0 3 Riflc Club l, 2, 4 H.-XLS. ginafnre 2 1 ' " A all-Af' -1 '- l1.'l ' J ' lv 3 I ' 3 . , I I . J ' x. I ' , ' K . W ol AT. , AH' 1 V ' -4-Y, Cl 'x,2,3,4 "I ,ii ' '- ,I2,3,4 - ," 1-Y ,',,' '.. J ' I 1-1 ' 5' .5 ,.,,-'I -.- ' w 1, . - 4. v . ,lv 1 . H 'l. -.V' , , 1 lh ' ' , ,, . L A J - , - - W , ' Y A 1 xy ' gg b L . E IOR 'A 5 K. "Q ix -.h . 'ff1lfJy,,i," ' ' WK .A '. 'pvyf-li - ' f ' 3' f.. X' .e-N' 4. ' ,gk .. A ll, . Lf ' ' Q W 6, in .S 7, . , 124' I 33 A - ' f 4 ", E Q X .1 ,K -P K J J i W .af V 'Wil' uv lf , , .. 4 ' I- if I V A fi .frfl , A. Q -f' A I 'i ' , f ' WEQWQ ' 4 ilf ., " f , . A N 5 3 jLHi6N LAMBRECH1' HA5:AEA LANZ JAMES RUSSELL LASKIE ROGER LAUNDY DAVID LAURES u 11' a R j F , i3,.,ia.4.i15s Sm-4-ri, 2,3 iiamcillli High 1. 2. :s my Ig I H ' lwfk 1- 1 llwfkf-y 1 1si.,ii,g,- ci-lb za Clow. Cuunliy l lindxninlon l. 2, 3, 4 lialsvbzlll l 2, 3, 4 xmwmmgm 'll-nnis 1 llmlu-lliall l Amanda 1. 2 Slmlu-ni Cuunfil l, 3 Spanisli Club 2 ' 'mu-1' 4 l ullrr 4 Junior Prom Culnlnitlvv 3 Sn-nim Hall Cmnmitlrv 4 junior Play Cuinllliilvm' 3 Class Dancrs l. 2 'Iiuwvi lSa1aar4 Tx iad 4 Su imming Tvaln 4 YF NORlNf.N LUCK Alu! ma Km-nsingwn High School l, 2 Aicllvry 4 Physirs Club 3 Iflunn- lic-unmnirS Club 3, 4 Tmwi liazaai 4 :L 15 sl' JANET LUEBKE janv! S060-1 l llcmling l. 2 Dm-Ck 'l'vnniS l THETCWER ' M Um man Club 2, 3 Tmwi 4 Tum-1 Bazaar 4 l'liysirS Club 4 Srniui Play Commit! 7 ' Q6 N in gf, - . 'FSE he fa Q Ql'.' i JAMES MARTIN DANIEL MAKER f"'1 Dan Soto-1 fl. 4 CLOSS Count: y 3 -9' LEE MASISRIDE Lac U1-lim-Sm-0 C4-:mal High 1 lluckvy 3, 4 Suvcvi' 3, 4 llaskrllyall 3, 4 lladniinlon 2. 3. 4 'livnnis 3 YVatcr Follivs 3, 4 Base-ball 2. ll. 4 lizxskvtball Rcfn-rl-r 4 ltiajorrtll' fl. 4 Fu-nth Club 4 llintlvl 4 Tauri' lizllimi' 4 luuim' Play C1lIl'llTlll!l't' 3 S1-uim' l'lavCoiiill1i!t1-1-4 S1-nim Ball Cuniniiltvm- 4 Junior l'1nm Cnmniitlvc' 4 fiiils Spm ls Editor 4 Tallcl' 4 1952 '? MELVIN LEDGER Mel Soccer 3. 4 Spanish Club 2, 3 Swimming I ' f,f,jw 4 J' J SALLY MCCARTHY Sally Baseball I, 2 Soccer 2, 3, 4 Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 H. M, S. Pinalore 2 Mikado 3 Red Mill 4 Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4 Girls Chorus 1 Junior Play Committee 3 Senior Play Committee 4 Taller 3, 4 junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Ball Committee 4 Freshman Dance I Tower 4 French Club 3, 4 Sophomore Party 2 Tower Bazaar 4 Triad 4 Biology Club 3 pw' 1' 4 ':. ,' 5' ,I C. WILLIAM LITTLE Bill Bowling 3, 4 junior Play Cast 3 Senior Play Cast 4 German Club 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 4 Tatler 4 Tower Bazaar 4 Newspaper Club 4 'Q iffy 43' Q1 NORINNE LOEFFLER Lelly Basketball l Baseball 2, 3, 4 Bowling 4 junior Play Committee 3 Senior Play Committee 4 N I f J I A 1 DOROTHY MEESE Do! Soccer l, 2, 4 Basketball 3, 4 Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4 Hockey I, 2 Tennis 4 Chorus 1 Newspaper Club l Taller 1, 2, 3, 4 Physics Club 3 Tower Art Editor 4 Tower 4 junior Play, Student Director 3 junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Play 4 Feature Editor, Tatler 4 Secretary, Physics Club 3 BARBARA JEAN MILES Barb Tennis 4 Badminton 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Archery 4 Basketball 4 Bowling 4 French Club 3 Tower Bazaar 4 Tatler 4 Senior Play Committee 4 Senior Ball Committee 4 Home Economics Club 4 FRANK LOMBARDO ADAM LOL S Franz Tiackl 2 3 Student Council 2 All Club 3 4 German Club 2, 3, 4 Physics Club 3, 4 ,I , AQ , 4? RO ERT W LF EI , F15 N. ln HUGH MILLER B I R Herk MILLER Football 2, 3, 4 Bo Swimming l, 2, 3, 4 Track 2 3 4 Student Council 3, 4 Cross Country 3 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Junior Band I Spanish Club 2 Band 2 3 4 Treasurer German C German Club 2 3 4 Physics Club 3 Honor Society 4 THETOWER XA ,,- 'f' xg K , . X 'Q-57 LAM RLNCL 'NIILLLR I any 1 Q lub l nnan C lub XY'-auf ROHI Rl I O ROL Rlxl.. H111 nu 1 V rc allonal l nysns Llub 4 C6 v-if ,wr- 6 4-an 5-, ..-N ROBLR1 MOINROL EDM! VD MOORL GWXNETH MORI KN Bob Football l 7 lzarkl 7 Soccu 5 4 Llaxa lllSld1lll Llass Iuasunx 4 Llass Lounul i I unnu llax C unnnlltu l Honor Stun ly 4 'Q' JOAN PALNILR 01111 H mfluy Z i 4 Cru l 7 li nnnton l 7 i bunnnnng 4 Wahl Pollus l llaslulball 5 4 B schalll 7 .5 4 '14 nuns Bandl 2 Sv. mo: L lass Count1l4 l lxyslcs Club 5 lllyslfx Club ln asuul l'11ntl1 Llulx Z l Iouu Bazaar 4 umm l lonl l Ollllllltll 4 S1 mom lxom C omnnltu 4 Fl atlu 4 Svmor Play L onmnttu 4 umm Play Coxnnntlu THE TOWER - 48 Y'-'Q CJLORK O10 Wa L IAYINE Cufn ROBLRI IL PAYNIL fab asclaal l ollaall 7 liasm ball 7 5 4 liaslulball 1 Z Sludm nt Counrll l be mm Class K ounul 4 I E l0R 1? RCYMA MLELLER Rome Soccu 7 3 liaslullball 7 5 4 B.-xdmmlon 7 3 Baslball 7 3 4 NN au: Pollus 4 umm Play Commlltu J bunny Play Lommnlu 4 Honor born ly 5 4 bludn nl Louncnl 5 llonor Soru ly Slow Big: 4 l'nsllInanC,laSsla1ty l nnanClub 7 3 4 :man Llub Sncu tary 4 Y S101 tary 7 I 2 1Y Vin Puslduxt 5 umm l mm C omnnttu S1 mol l rum COIIIIUIIIKC l mu 1 lat mx 4 louu Bama: 4 Sophomun Dann Comnntlu VIRK INIA PERRIN f mgzr Sxsnnnnug Flnam 5 4 llorluy l cn: 1 l als: Pollns l Bar mmlon 1 7 s mllball l 7 Ma olsllss 3 4 Amands 3 umm C lass Play Connnnlu S1 nlm Class l lay Lnmnnllu 1 nlQ Sports Cllllllfll l 7 SL nun f lass C Ullllfll 4 Fu slnnan Dann C nmmllu r Soplmmmm Panty Commnlu umm l mm Commlttu' 5 Sm mon Ball C'0IHlIlItl.Cl 4 Tour: FI ouu Bazaar 4 'Iallc r '3 4 I lf i .. Xi, ' - ax, X .. , i . 3 I Q 1 '1 l ,Lp 447 7 I 1,1 A ' ji' IIA A Rill-I ,2,ll,4 ' ,L or I 1 24,4 ,L 7 -I - ni,-. LQ LA-"' ,I , J V7 . H, In-Yg.:s,4 E Q A- ' ' -. 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Rnd len wvllll3l'TlSXllll Central l 9 Bmslmq l 4 XIXRC ERY PEIERS llmgl rox . . liawkm-llnall 3. 4 011-11-lla 2 Li Clluxua 3 union l lay Cast 3 mm Surlm-ly 3, Assistant Art Eclllln. '1' ' rl C if . L. ' E XXI' unim llislmicul Suriv llXSlfN Club ,lk3lli'l 4 on vi lx .' s i XI-SRC -XREFI PE I ERSON fgex Bula :ball 4 Succm 4 ' nd L. 3. .-Xmardb 4 C'v1manClu 1 .L, '. ' 'mu' ' Tal vu 4 llunlcmaking Club .-X i--d Y1 utlx L mx ul luulmillr' L ion Iluy Cf 14 ,Vnim l- Q Imnlnillm- uno: Suri:-ly 4 Poll' 3 4 Toner 4 Taller 4 19 NI XRI XX PP RENDLR Hanan Sunni 5 Accurnpanistfjr. High Cllmua 1 Miwd Chou us Acconlpanix .-X Capn-lla Clxull' 4 .NL '. ina mn- L Mikado fl Rn-ll Nlill 3 S :cle-ll! Cuuurll 4 Uvanxxv .l '- ' .IY 1- '- ' Cm " l mmol . lm 'i l 1' V .' 'Him xl' l I 4- - .' amixll lull L. f , I-n nm Clu ' 'mu-1 lialnan T5 'N XNC Y NOBLL Nanre 5 ical Baslu tlxalll 2 xw3ltl Polllxsl 7 J Snuummq Tmam 2 lmmu 4 lmul liazaax 4 la! mx 4 l'nnCl1 Club 7 3 4 unmr l mm Cllllllllllllt 5 Sn nun llax CUIIIIIIIIIQL 4 'CY HENRY IRXIII Hank W Succu .W. Trac g l lk RON OLVER lem, Quia- -:::' BRL C I' OLIN BY Brun mzbdll l Baslu-lball l Suinmlluz 2 'lvsllluq -. Class Sm-crvlazy L , I. Rn-ll Fvatlu-1 Solxluuumm' Class l al ly I mmilu-c L nim 11 m Cuuuni N- ' 'llltll i. ln ' 'L' THETOWER- H E l0R s 1-M, IU' W1 'P 3 may -I 'vs' if - 1 "fig, VH!! 3 4 1 M., ' ,, in' If MARILYN Ol'lNl,AN MICHAEL FRANCIS Almilvn B1-nm-tx High Srhrml l Vvatvr Fullivs ff, 4 llasvlmll 2. fl. 4 llaskvtlmall 3. 4 Surcivl 3 I .lunnn Pmnn Cmnnm! Tlnxvl 4 Town-1 llazaar 4 rv fl S4-nim Ball Cmnnliltu- 4 REAGAN Alillr Rilh- Clulm l. 2 J ..-v -'Q-1 RONALD D. SCHOENLE DAT l'. SCHlQl.SER'l' Ron . . Suimnnng I, 2 Swimming hianagcx 3, 4 Wvlcslllng 3, 4 Band l, 2, 3, 4 Ol'Cllk'5ll3 3, 4 Dance Band 3, 4 Rvd Mill 4 junior Flay Cummillcc 15 'fatlrx' 2, 3, 4 German Club 2, 3, 4 Triad 4 THE TOWER - 50 x JAMES A. ROBERTS jim Stage' Clvw 2 Lilnary Club 2, fl l'rm-Qlilcxlt, Library Club 3 lllmmglaplxy Club l Tallvl fl l'l1ysifs Clulm 3 r Wi f ,F M CLARENCE SHISLER David Crms Country l, 2 Baseball Ma11agcr 1 Rnllc Club 1 Cafeteria Staff 1, 2 RONALD RUTH Ron .lunim Play Comlnlltvv 3 Plxysim Club l, 2, fl, 4 Gm-rman Club 2. fl Tzxtlrr 3 blllnxvr 4 'lquwvl' llalaal' 4 Svnim Class. Cuunril 4 Ili-Y 4 IQ ELEANOR SHISLER Red Orclxvstxa 2, 3, 4 Taller 3, 4 Tuwcx Bazaar 4 l'ATRlClA R. RYAN Pal- Trivia llawkvtlxall 2, fl, 4 lim:-lxall fl. 4 lladminlnn fl, 4 VVAIN Follivs 4 Chorus fl A Caplan-lla Choir 4 junior Prom Colnmitlve 3 f s" , ff , 2 K' I ff' ' rd .I wa' liE'l"I'Y JANE SHUFEL1 Bunny 'l'oxu:x'4 1952 CAMILLE SAKOINSKI Cam Kensington High School l, 2 Physics Club 4 Art Sketch Club 4 Tower 4 Tatler 4 Amards 4 Senior Play 4 Tower Bazaar 4 Oratorical Contest 4 Senior Ball Committee 4 Library Service 4 Tennis 4 Archery 4 Badminton 4 JOAN SEEFRIED loan Basketball 2, 3, 4 Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4 Girls Sports Council 2 Water Follies 2 Junior Play Committee 3 Tatler 2, 3 Tower 4 Tower Bazaar 4 Senior Council 4 Water Follies Committee 1 Freshman Dance Committee l Sophomore Dance Committee Senior Play Committee 4 3 f"6 X. C MARILYN SCHIEFER Schiff Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4 Basketball l. 2. 3, 4 Badminton I, 2, 3, 4 Water Follies 2, 3 Soccer 2, 3, 4 Tower 4 junior Play Committee 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 f z li PATRICIA ANN SH.-XMI' Pat Soccer 2, 3 Basketball 2, 3. 4 Badminton 3, 4 Water Follies 1 Junior Play Committee 3 Tower Bazaar 4 Senior Play Committee 4 junior Prom Committee 3 Taller 4 Hi-Y 2 fi KATRINA SCHILLKE Katrina South Park High School 1, 2 Badminton 3 Chorus 4 Tatler 4 Ton er 4 ,Iunror Play Committee 3 Senior Ball Committee 4 Physics Club 3, 4 'Q If SHIRLEY ANN SIMON Shirl Water Follies l, 2. 3, 4 Basketball Referee 3, 4 Soccer l. 2, 3, 4 Hockey 1 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Junior Class Council 3 Junior Play Committee 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Play Committee 4 Senior Ball Committee 4 Freshman Dance Committee l Sophomore Party Committee 2 Tatler 4 Tots CI' 4 Tim er Bazaar 4 pam, s ads I RAY SCIIINDLER FR XNR SCH 5 Ray I-rank Swimming I, 2, 3 Kit Club 4 IT 'V DOLORES SKILL Slifelar French Club 3, 4 Toner 3, 4 Toner Bazaar 4 Senior Ball Cornrnitt Water Follies 4 Senior Flay Committee 4 Late Staff 1 T H E T O W E R IJ ww 'R fm CIIARLES SMITH MARGARET' SMIT II Chuck Marge Boulnnq ' 5 4 I IISSICS Club 5 4 human Club Z I X 5 4 latlu 4 Badmnnton I 5 4 Touu 4 Baskmtballl ' 5 4 Innms 5 4 Iiastballl 2 5 4 I ndl 5 O c usual 9 5 Baskz tball Band I 5 Mlkado 5 I Inafou 2 junior Play Commlttu 5 Ss mor Play Committees 4 Ionu BaLaaI 4 Ilonox Suumty 5 4 Studl nt Cuuncll I I nl s Spon ts Council 3 5 4 Wat:-1 Follus Colnmnttu Basketball Rtlume 7 5 4 Hockmyl Z 5 4 S ccu 1 Z 5 4 RIIIL Clubl Z 3 I ns I uls Spoxts Louncll 4 lat u 5 4 Assoc Ldntm Tatlt I nrman Club 5 4 Vlu I'ns I I :man Club 4 Biology Club I Imxu 4 lnls S rolls Ed lmul Sn mor Iiall Q omlnxtu I 4 ang '5 pls.. 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ELLIOT SPRINK S'I EAD CARL STAPLIN JAMES STEVENS I C ar! mx F1olInII 2 5 4 St nw: A Capptlla Choxr 3 4 Soccu 5 Vtnsllmg Z 'I 4 Mikado 5 Tsnnxs Rad MIII4 Iindl' II Y254 umm I as Chaplain III Y 2 4 Studm nt C ounrll human Club 4 I asur I I II T Sar Int At Aims III Y Z C-uman Club '7 '3 Phx slcs Club 5 THE TOWER - 52 63591 an i 56" ROBERT A SMITH SALLY PAMELA SMITII Bob Sally Ilarlc 7 3 Baskt tball I WILLIAM STILLINGER 1 Iumhall I 2 3 Iiaskt tbaII I 2 IVustI1nq 5 4 Base ball I Z 5 4 Boy sf lu- Club I Maud Chorus I 2 Mxud Chou '5 4 jumon I Iay Cast 3 Sophomore Class Councnl 2 Fu Qhman Dancc Committee l Sophomore Party 2 S1 mor Play Committee 4 II NI S Pmaforc 2 Vlnkado 3 R1 d Mull 4 II Q 4 .3 RONALD SNYDER Ron Football 3 4 I rack 5 Kuman Club I Z 3 I IIQSICS Club 5 junwl Play Lommlttel' YY SIIIRLEY STRIEBICH Shlrl S Curl '7 3 4 Ilorluy I Iiasmballl 2 3 4 Bas mtballl 2 5 4 Badminton 2 3 4 Band 9 3 4 Maxchmq Band 3 4 Junior Play Commxttce 3 Sc mol Play 4 Mnkado Committee 3 ' A .5 -,TM ' , I 2 4 Q I ., . f, - -8 , K 1 r X ' gf Lfimij i 4- 51 III 'P ' . -, .55' I I 5 . - I - . 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SIONLI N an r l5askntball 1 7 Baslulball 5 4 Uasnball 1 7 liasnball Z aux lanllxu l uxnox hom Lomnuttu 5 b ccu l bn nxox Ball c,0I'lll'lllllLL 4 btudm nl Lounul 5 4 udxclau Lhanxnan 4 I-rench Llub 1 5 4 union llaw COIIIIIIIULL 5 junnox lxom LUIIIIIIIIICC 5 bc mol Llas: LOUllCll 4 Suuol llaw Qomlnlllu. 4 nl 1' F7 'IULE T-RNIB-XCAS Tule Basketball I '7 llockex l B3dIIl1IllUIl5 4 N anr Folln s 4 bludent Louncxl 'V ,rw 'S 5 V a X van PETER H 'I-XYLOR Nl-XRTH X TALCJHER lllarly Pete 'Nhllon Hugh School 'Hass NlCll0lS Hugh School l Kllle Tm am 5 4 Socccx 5 4 Baakclball 5 Clxoxr Lxbnauan 4 xox! 7 5 Tuasuur Xlusnc D1 pl 3 O nn-lla ' 5 4 umm llas C omxmltu Sm mor Play 4 Honor Soum lx 3 4 Inasunx Honor Socn lx 4 'M xupapu C lub 5 R 1 Club 5 4 bmculan Rxflm Club I-11 nch L lnlx I 1 unan C lub 3 5 Adu 1 lmnq Nfanargmx loxxu 4 mr ' nb L lnl 1 'Lulu unlol l noxn Lolnlnxtlu 5 I1 ddxe lnsulute 5 .Za 0 'ca' u IL XRL bl'Rl'Nf BORN liar loolllall 5 llalk l Suumnlnq 4 72' gulaf M N---'lf CERAI D TIIUV KN jerry Football l 3 liamball 1 Sludmnt C0l1l'lC1l 4 umm lxom Commune 3 IHE IOWER - 53 52 ' R A l J 2 K X K .,,' If C' ci ' ef, X T fi is is I 4 WARREN TROUST EVAN TYLER ROGER UMINSKI RICHARD URSITTI Warren Eu Rag Dick Chorus 2, 3, 4 Amards 4 Senior Play 4 Junior Class Council 3 Senior Class Council 4 Hi-Y 3, 4 Tower 4 H. M, S. Pinafore 2 Mikado 3 Tower Bazaar 4 Senior Play 4 Red Mill 4 SARAH JO WALKER jo Hockey 3 Water Follies l, 2, 3, 4 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Girls Sports Council 3, 4 Soccer, Manager 3 Soccer 1, 2, 3 Basketball Referee 3 Band 3 Colorguard 1, 2, 3, 4 Amards 2, 3, 4 Thespians 3, 4 Junior Play Cast 3 Assembly Committee, Chairman 4 Senior Play Committee 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4 Freshman Dance Committee l Sophomore Dance Committee 2 Hi-Y. President 3 Mai'igold 2, 3 Tower Publicity Manager 4 Tower Bazaar 4 Tatler 4 Juatnr. Promiglommittee, airman Junior Play Committee 3 Dance Band, hlanager 3 junior Class Council 3 I . , .3 Z , J if:-A ' is:- JOHN WALSH jack Football l, 2, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Golf l, 2, 3, 4 Bi0l0Sv'ClUb5 THE TOWER ' 54 Inner Hi-Y Council 3 Triad 4 Senior Ball Committee 3 Canisius High School 1 Soccer 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Soccer Manager 2 E l0R f is 3 f .xx KENNETH VAN MECHELEN Ken Cross Country Manager 2, 3 Track, Assistant Manager 2 Track l, 2 Discussion Club 3, 4 President, Discussion Club 4 Physics Club 2, 3, 4 Biology Club 2, 3 45 MARIAN VVALSH Mar Badminton 2 3 , 'R 1 l'.. DOUGLAS WARNOCK Doug i CARL WEAVER Mack German Club 2 Biology Club 3 Hi-Y 4 junior Play Committee, Sound Effects 3 Tower Bazaar 4 1952 .gr-vs s 1 , ,eieif ROBERT VANNIER Bob Hi-Y 3, 4 Hi-Y, Treasurer 4 Rifle Club 1. 2, 3 Spanish Club 3 Physics Club 3 Cafeteria Staff 1. 2, 3, 4 W. ie.-.v 'slr AIQDREY VINCENT And Ytater Follies 1. 2, 4 Basketball 2. 3, 4 Badminton 3 lunior Play Cast 3 Junior Class Council 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Ball Committee 4 Tower 4 'Tower' Bazaar 4 Tr iad 4 Senior' Play Cast 4 il I lang X dn AUDREY VODILLE Aud Soccer l. 2. 3, 4 Badminton 1. 2, 4 Baseball l. 2. 3. 4 Water Follies l. 2, 3. 4 Basketball l. 2, 3, 4 Amards 3 Student Council l Junior Class Council 3 German Club 2 Junior Play Committee 3 Taller 3. 4 Tower 4 Tower Bazaar 4 Senior Play Committee 4 Senior Ball Committee 4 " 2 d N f 7 If Of, X . k 'ii 5 ' A 11.1 K X n ll' DONALD WEGNER ALBlIiilR'1' WEICEL ,IAXISKIES WICIITMAN D 'P Cross Cguntry 1 Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 Track il Track 1 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 2, 3, 4 Senior Play Committee 4 Chorus 2 II. M. S. Pinafore 2 Spanish Club 2 '95 JOY VOLLBRACHT lfo' Basketball 2. 4 Snccer l. 2. 4 Badminton 1, 2 Hockey l, 2 Kfaiorettes 3. 4 Junior Class Council 3 Senior Class Council 4 Water Follies I, 2. 3, 4 Tatler 3, 4 Tower' 4 Tower Bazaar 4 Junior Prnm Committee 3 Senior Ball Committee 4 Freshman Dance Committee 1 Sophomore Dance Committee 2 3 s 1 PATRICIA WILLAX Pal Cheerleader 3, 4 Swimming Team l, 2, 3, 4 Water Follies I, 2, 3, 4 Hockey 1, 2 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4 Tennis 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 J. V. Cheerleader' 1, 2 Student Council 1 Cirls Sports Council 1, 2 Biology Club 4 Spanish Club 3 Toner' 4 Taller 1, 2, 3, 4 Ifreslrrrrarr Dance Committee 1 Sophomore Party Committee 2 junior Play Committee 3 Senior Play Committee 4 Senior Ball Committee 4 as, H7 MARLYN J. WACNER Lynn Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 'lierrnis 3 Badminton 4 Blrxed Choir 2 Il. M. S. I'rnaIore 2 Junior Play Vrompter' 3 Amar ds 4 Senior Play 4 State Historian, N. Y. State, Junior' Historical Assistant 3 Ikm e r Bazaar 4 'Iatler 1, 3, 4 Timer Photographer 4 French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 German Club 2, 3, 4 Physics Club 3, 4 Biology Club 4 Debate Club 1 junior' Historical Assistant l, 2, 3, 4 IIi-Y 3, 4 Class Council 2 Sophomore Party Committee 2 I"reshman Dance Committee 1 MARGARET WILLIAMS Pveey Soccer l, 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 4 Badminton 1, 2, 4 WVater Follies 4 Tatlcr 3 Tower 4 Spanish Club 2, 3 junior Play Committee 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Play Committee 4 Senior Ball Committee 4 Freshman Dance Committee l THE TOWER - 55 AUDREY WINKLER Winklcs Basketball I, 4 Soccer 3, 4 Hockey 4 Badminton 3, 4 Archery 4 hlixed Chorus 3 A Capella Choir 4 Mikado 3 Red Mill 4 Amards 3 Treasurer, Sketch Club 4 Toner 4 Tatler 4 Junior Play Committee 3 Senior Play Committee 4 Art Club 2. 3 . :K W' f 1 Y , f 1 is ROBERT ZIMDAHL Bob Junior Play Committee 3 Student Council 4 Senior Class Council 4 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Vice President, Hi-Y 3 Secretary, Hi-Y 4 Inner H1-Y Council 3, 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 Physics Club 3 Cafeteria StaH' I, 2, 3, 4 E IOR WILLIAM P. WITTIG Bill H. M. S. Pinafore, Orchestra 2 Mikado Orchestra 3 Red Mill 4 Band I, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Woodwind Quintet 2 Woodwind Trio 3 Woodwind Ensemble 4 Senior Class Council 4 Hi-Y 3, 4 French Club I. 2, 3 Spanish Club 4 Senior Ball Committee 4 Senior Play Committee 4 junior Prom Committee 3 Junior Play Committee 3 I.ihrary Club 4 Tatler 4 1-43 DONALD WORTH Don Cross Countr 2, 3 Wrestling 2, 3: 4 Track 2 junior Band 2 German Club I junior Prom Committee Senior Ball Committee 4 Senior Play Committee 4 junior Play Committee 3 3 SENIORS NOT PICTURED Daniel Dcmbrowski Salvatore Savarino William Wood THE TOWER ' 56 hav! X -r FRANCIS WORTH Fran Wrestling 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Cross Country 2, 3 Swimming 2 Junior Prom Committee Senior Ball Committee 4 German Club 2 Senior Play Committee 4 VIRGINIA WRAY Ginger Badminton 2, 3 Basketball 2 Bowling 3 Senior Play Committee . ,Q ' ig,- w I 'L w YL L- l':7j"'L "i , AF, . ,YI X 'n , ' ,Wi i2ilf?Q'1?f7f'H'., l fi 'WV ,I I 3- ,nf f in rg,-gym ,T ' -:,l N ' .A 1 I ilfjrllllll rj . H Ury er 'lx-1 '1 t -, ill 9 f '1 ,ullll fi- f - Ill il f xg' E, 1 ff?" l' ' 1' ' -'llyil ly. lic' -f 1' .N lilly .-.gffrupe .fwl,qQfLl1. ,. eats, I rg, . , .2g5l:,lfg-. 'f -- f1fTg,:.t.wc,..-,,f2?" f - -3 I leaf' -- 2 1952 'x -9' X at m-I Q A a X A NANCY WRIGHT Little Tool Tonawanda High School l Baseball l Basketball l, 2 junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Ball Committee 4 Junior Play Committee 3 'Q-495, A-I' J 'UP 6 DONALD YEARKE Don IU' ROBERT FRANK YOUNGBLOOD Bob Cross Country 4 Rille Club 2, 3, 4 I-rnior Play Committee 3 i-Y 3, 4 Physics Club 3, 4 Latin Club 3, 4 Hi-Y, Historian 4 :-'-, 4 I GAIL B. ZEIGLER Peanut Rene Tennis 4 Badminton 3 4 Archery 4 Bmlngy Club 3 Junior Play Comm Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Basehall l, 2, 3, 4 A Capella Choir l, 2, 3, 4 Operetta 4 Orchcstra I, 2, 3, 4 IRENE ZIEMBA Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Tower 4 C Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Home Economics 'K , ,U 1, in of T 'A 1 5 'Zi' I'-I f' J W f R-,,.f'.ff'35iE' l fi 7 2.,. ll, lf. 7 V", j ? l ' 1 :gr ,iff- T ? . XS 'if I ,: THE TOWER - 57 PATRO 0F and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs THE 19 NV1llard G Andrevss Edward F Baum Arthur L Beck Edward W Berger Nathanxel Breu Robert Bruce W1ll1am Dannebroclt and Mrs Archlbald 9 Dean and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs r and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs r and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Mrs arnes 1' I' Dr and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs r Dr r Harold A Dust ack Elllot Andrew C Evans ohn F Gertxs Alex G1ll1es Harry E Goetzmann Russell H Gowland Lrles W Grlzzard oscph E Grout Z TOWER Donald Dorrance Gullm Gtor e N Hadley Charles Hanson FrankJ Henry Theodore R Hopltms Karl Klenert J C Lanz Grant R Laundy Robert Ledger Hugh MCBf1dC G Norman McCarthy Harold Meese Clyde C Mrles Edward Mrller Harold D Noble O Connor J Alfred Perrm J G Peterson Shepard Qulnby Hem1anJ P Schubert Charles E Shlsler Carleton N Sm1th Thomas Sodaro Mrs Gertrude Sprmgborn Mr and Mrs Nelson F Strrebrch Prrvate Nelson F Strreblch r and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs THE TOWER 58 Herbert Suedmeyer F P Taugher S Thuman Mlchael J Vodrlle Harry J Vollbracht Roy E Wagner Alfred Zlmdahl Mr. . 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' E IOR ALPHABET Roy Fowler Bruce umbv ay Berk Malcolm Buztwell Dull Boulu Dlek Fxrrltlx Dlell C halmus lhek UISIKII llu h Nlxllnr Bob Bruso Hank Prahl Fred Fisher Al W Ll cl Bob Payne Jack Foley Bob Monroe Norb Beyer Roger Ununslu Nhke Curone Russel Gowland Don Worth jerry Ihuman erry Bellxnan Ron Evans B111 Stllllll rr Athltlzc Blulhzn Capable Dancrr I atm Flzzt Gullzblr Hearlbnalte Inf xzstzblf ol-.fr Kno Ulfd f M IW Al AI AI Nonchalant Optmzzslzc Perwnalzty uzet Re rc xhm Sophutzcatrd Tworome Lnzque l zvaczous Wznrzzrz X Unltnozcn Yawnzn fflflfy LI ll Qualzty Nldl mt Srmth Romi Nlutllcr une Brtu Pat Ryan Ann Ill uhm Plt Wrll xx Shulry lhlutns Sum ordln oy Vollbr 14 ht Dolores Slull C lare B1 1llI1llC'h Nancy Bnard Nlarrlxn Srhufr 1 Audru Vodxllt Barbara Lanz Georula Dr mopoulos Nancy Bruce Martha Tau her lvlary Bu er Carol lxrcss Gm er ohmon Marx Lou H: IldLlSOI'1 Canulle Salxouslxx Mar1lyn Hopllms Gm er Prrxm l'HE TON ER tr v x x A A r 'QL fx 5. A . ' H r . j. 't' -f 5 ' 5 '. 'r " . , .'., '. , " , . . L .. . ' 1 X" - v V I' xv x 'u ' g ' ' ' 2 J ' 'L t , . ' 1 , Ag? , '- 'z Jim Andrews Laugh Audrey Vincent L' 1 ' ' X' ' 'A 'A , h 1 . 'fgr l t -' T' , Q ' 0' w , , f ,3 ' ,, . D T ' A " In I U' K F ' 1 A .V , x , Vg . , , T ' , ' ' .,.. f. . . U W x x D 1 . U . ' -. V 5 , , . - w -iq 'r Bono ,to-au 4 isa? X 'A-facto... ' 'If J K it we 5 I Sophomore Class 0Ii1oors Richard Bessvr ...... Prmidfnt Dorothy Scott .... .... If 'ict' Provident Dorothy Ackvy . . ....,. .S'f'cn'tr1ry x -X , Vi Frank Harlem . .... Trfaourfr 7 ,Z :fi 4 r .R,' uf , I 1 . xx, ,ff P m f S '. ..'S I f?g::". , W 2 x 3 A f 'A' o o . fr it :gi QB ' 5? 5 1-P V'-.A eg ,Q PAGES 7th Grade Class COURT OF FA E JN 1 it il mix N415 rw i DONALD DEAN Top notch sports vsr1ter of Amherst ROY FOWLER All around athlete and leader Student Counc1l presxdent RICHARD CHAPPELL Polsed and prom1s1ng erghth grader ROMA MUELLER Efhclent and pleasant Bookstore Manager MARY LOU HENDERSON Excellent work on Actnrtxes Commlttee of Student Councd NANCY CONN Able Edltor of Student Handbook AL WEIGEL RON EVANS Commun1ty servlce 1n blood donor drxve CAROL BROWN Peppx cheerleader and YIVZICIOUS un1or WILLIAM HOPKINS Up and comlng track star 'VIARTHA TAUGHER Temptm Tma of the Red Mzll ERNIE KAESELAU JERRY BELLNIAN Top hatters of the Operetta MARY BERCER Group Splflt and cooperat1on AY BECK Hard worlunsg Edltor of the Tatler and Presldent of the Honor Soclety JUNE BREU VIVHCIOUS and efhclent Edltor of the Tourer JACK FOLEY Amherst s V m1le record smasher and Senror class presxdent PAUL DAHMER Except1onal leader as presldent of the un1or Class and treasurer of the Student Counc1l BOB BRADLEY Leader of the hard worlnn Stage Crew EV BOYCE Co capta1n and excepuonal leader of the Cross Country Team NANCY BRUCE BARB LANZ Hard worlung executn es of the Tower NANCY BEARD Outstandm class officer and member of the Student Councxl DICK CHALMERS Cheerful BUSINESS Manager of the Tower THE TOYVER Ni?" , . r . ,' '1J W-2 'J o. 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The lst row: Hugh Miller, Clif Baum, Bill Stillinger, Dick Cook, Bruce Quimby, Dick Ferrick, Jerry Thuman, Earl Fowlston, Ron Snyder, Elliot Springstead, Mike Cerrone. 2nd fow: Ted Nichols, Dick Leighbody, Bob Rozek, Tom Yarnell, Pete Bishop, Jack Walsh, Sonny Savarino, Fred Culling, Ed Gibeau, Dick Ramsey, Kent Bergman, Bob Galvin, 3rd row: Mr. Butts, Elmer Haas, David Kumpf, Paul Zinter, Russ Barden, Paul Dahmer, Bill Galvin, Jim Gibson, Dirk Hitzel, Mr. Schaefer, Terry Wilson, Mr. Bergman. VAR ITY FO0TBALL The 1951 football team finished with a 5-3 record, but they won the three big games-Williamsville, Hamburg, and Leroy. Fullback Jerry Thuman led the scoring parade with five touchdowns. The two starting halfbacks were Bob Payne and Dick Ferrick. Bob averaged 5.2 yards a try for the top running average, and Dick was right be- hind with 5.1. Bill Stillinger and Bruce Quinby alter- nated at quarterback and both turned in commendable jobs. Dick Ferrick and Bruce Quinby were the two co-captains. Mike Cerrone and Sal Savarino were the starting ends. Sal made many sensational catches, and Mike did a good defensive job. Ron Snyder and Ted Spring- stead started at tackle, and Dick Cook and Earl Fowl- ston were the first string guards. Cliff Baum did an expert job at center. Much credit should be given these boys for the wonderful job they performed. Their ex- pert blocking resulted in many long gains. In 1952 much will depend on Kent Bergman, Dick SCORES Amherst Medina Amherst Depew Amherst VVilliamsville Amherst West Seneca Amherst Hamburg Amherst East Aurora Amherst Lancaster Amherst Leroy THE TGWER Ramsey, Bob Galvin, Dick Leighbody, Bob Rozek, Ted Nichols, and Paul Dahmer, at this year's starting lineup will have graduated. Amherst opened with a 26-2 victory over visiting Medina. Dick Ferrick, Bill Stillinger, and 'fBronko" Thuman scored touchdowns to give Amherst a 19-0 halftime lead. Kent Bergman tallied in the third quar- ter to continue the rout. Medina obtained two points on a safety in the Hnal quarter. Amherst gained 235 yards to Medina's 1 yard. Next, Amherst dropped a 7-6 decision at Depew under the lights. In the second quarter Dick Ferrick intercepted a Depew aerial and ran it to their hfteen yard line. Five plays later, Fullback Thuman bucked over from the three. The very important extra point was missed. Depew took advantage of a break and recovered a Tiger fumble on the Amherst 24. The extra point was wide, but Amherst was penalized for roughing the kicker. On the next play Depew scored Milton Bergman, Coach the extra point to win the game 7-6. Early in the con- test, Amherst drove to the Depew one yard line, but their strong line held. Before 3500 cheering fans, Amherst scored a won- derful 19-0 victory over Williamsville. The game dedi- cated Billsville's new football Held. One play after the Amherst kickoff, Dick Cook recovered aWilliams- ville fumble on the Billies' 21 yard line. In two plays Dick Ferrick scored the first touchdown. A minute later, Ted Springstead blocked a Blue and White punt on their 13, to set up the second Amherst TD. Jerry Thuman went 12 yards to the one, and on the next play bucked over for the score. Amherst scored its final touchdown in the third quar- ter on a one-yard smash by Thuman. Hugh Miller ran around end for the extra point to make the final score 19-0. Four times the Billies were within six yards of a touchdown, when their attack buckled down. Amherst took advantage of every break, as touchdowns came as a result of a fumble, an intercepted pass, and a blocked kick. The following week, Amherst suffered a surprise 7-0 setback at West Seneca. The game was scoreless until the final quarter, when West Seneca scored on a 17-yard pass play. The fifteen-yard line was the closest the Tigers came to a touchdown. This was only the second time in the last 41 games that Amherst has been shut out. Amherst moved back into the win column with a 20-7 decision over rival Hamburg. Early in the second quarter Amherst scored on a five yard romp by Kent Bergman. Later in the quarter, Amherst tallied on a flashy 30-yard Ferrick-Leighbody pass. Ferrick con- verted to give the Amherst Tigers a 14-0 halftime lead over the Hamburg Bulldogs. Hamburg scored in the third quarter but Amherst came back with a touch- down by Stillinger in the final period. On the following Saturday, the Tigers came through with a thrilling 26-19 decision over visiting East Aurora. Early in the first quarter, tackle Ron Snyder picked up a EA fumble and raced fifteen yards for the first Amherst score. Stillinger passed to Bergman for the second Amherst tally. Sal Savarino scored on a double reverse to give Amherst a 19-0 lead. East Aurora came back with two touchdowns, but Bruce Quinby scored on a quarterback sneak to make the score 26-13. Late in the contest, East Aurora added six points on a long touchdown pass play. Amherst suffered a 19-6 defeat to powerful Lan- caster. Bob Payne scored on a six-yard run to give Amherst a 6-0 halftime lead. In the second half, an inspired Lancaster team scored the first three times they got the ball, to take the game 19-6. Lancaster was the only opponent that really outplayed Amherst. It finally happened! Amherst scored an 8-6 decision over visiting Leroy for the first victory in nine games with that school. In the second quarter, Dahmer, Yarnell, and Cook tackled a Leroy runner in the end zone to give Amherst a 2-0 halftime lead. Late in the fourth quarter, the score was still 2-0, but an unfor- tunate event took place. Amherst fumbled a center, and Leroy recovered on our twenty-yard line. Leroy rapidly moved the ball to the Amherst five. On fourth down Leroy tried a double reverse that fooled every- one. The Leroy ball carrier raced around right end unmolested for the touchdown. This made the score Leroy 6, Amherst 2, with only three minutes left in the football game. Had the Leroy football jinx won again? The Leroy kickoff was run back to the Amherst 33. Dick Ferrick raced to the 48. Then, Kent Bergman made a sensational pass catch to move the ball to the Leroy 35. Bill Stillinger threw to Sal Savarino, who ran to the 15, and on the next play Bergman carried to the 8. Several plays later, Stillinger moved the ball to the one-foot line. That was the big moment. It was fourth down, and only 12 seconds left in the game. The ball was centered to Jerry Thuman, who cracked through the right side of the line into the end zone. Final score: Amherst 8, Leroy 6. Ist row: Jack Walsh, Ted Springstead, Earl Fowlston, Cliff Baum, Dirk Cook, Ron Snyder, Sal Savarino. 2nd row: Mike Cerrone, Bill Stillinger, Bruce Quinby, jerry Thuman, Dick Ferrick, Hugh Miller. VAR ITY 0CCER Ist row Roger Nlcholson Giry Runkle Cy Manspeiker Roy Fowler Dlck Urslttl Harry Ham Jerry Healy 2nd row Don Kern Duck Bouley Bob Monroe Fred Fnsher Chuck Gates Ron Allen Paul Santmlre Karl Seldl ha' rou B111 Roberts Russ Gowland Don We-gner Mel Ledger Inm Martln Don Coetzman Jlm Wratten Mr Wratten coach The Varslty soccer team fimshed w1th SIX w1ns and a tle m elght games for the th1rd stralght champ1on shlp for Amherst The only games that marred a per fect season were a 2 2 tle w1th Holland and a 3 2 loss to Front1er Amherst had three shutouts and outscored thelr opponents 28 7 Goals, prev1ously worth two pomts, counted only one pomt th1s year Cy Man speaker set a new school record, as he scored nme goals 1n elght games Captam Roy F owler, playmg h1s thlrd year as a regular, finlshed w1th exght polnts The prospects are good for next year, as Roger Nlcholson, Gary Runckel Karl Seldl Pau1Santm1re, 1mWratten, B111 Roberts, and Cy Manspeaker are returnmg Coach Wratten and ,I V Coach Bob Parr SCORES Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst THE TOWER Orchard Orchard Gow F ront1er Holland Gow Front1er Holland 72 Park Park Coach Wllllam Wratten FO0TBALL SCORES JV CCER Ist row Roger Wlllhelm Paul Schonewolf R1ck1 Kre1d1er Dan Burlakus Rudy Gleason Bob Llnkner Archle Dean 2nd row B111 jones Bob HOlStlEH B111 Tozler Edward Lyons Carl Hughs James Rauch Mlchael Graewer Peter Turnbroerk 1Ne11 Anderson 3rd row J Carl lgoserfilund ohn Scrxver Bob Rogers D1ck Besser Charles Croco Gary Sm1th Mr Parr oac h L The Junlor VHYSIIY soccer team won fixe and t1ed one IH leaffue compet1t1on and sp11t even w1th W1ll1amsx1l1e 1n two non league contests Both games w1th the B1111es were dec1ded by 1 0 scores The captam of the team was star half back D1ck Besser Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Depew N1c ols Hamburg 7 Kens1ngton0 Lancaster 0 Ist row Bruce Schmeltzer Tom Vallean D1ck Starr B111 Noeltnor Don Dav1s Bob Dougall Frank Harlem Harry Goetzman B111 Schwable 2nd row Dav1d Earl Ph11 Barber B111 Toz1er Art Kleln Dav1d Rller D1ck G1olando George Guenther Don Hacton B111 Wrlght ohn Mayfield 3rd row Mr Hettler coach Ralph Zwak Ron Fancher Bob Toeth Larry Stroh Les Anderson Ron Mannes Dav1d Hegg Earl Clements Walt Fllnkman Gordon Meyers Leonard Anderson Mgr The JV football team under the expert coachmg of Mr Hettler went through the five game season unde feated The team plled up 92 po1nts to the opponents 13 and posted three shut outs The hlghllght of the season was a 6 O dec1s1on over Kensmgton D1ck Starr who scored the only touch down of the game, was also the top scorer for the sea son w1th 5 TDS Other touchdowns were scored by Bob Dougal, 3 Harry Goetzman 2 B111 Noeltner, 2 Don Dav1s 1, and D3V1d Hegg 1 Some of the defenslve standouts on th1s undefeated V team were George Guenther, Les Anderson Dave Relller, R1Ck Glolando Ron Mannes, Dav1d Earl, and Frank Harlem The only d1sappo1ntment of the season was the cancel1at1on of the W11l1amsv11le game because of a snowstorm THE TOWER 73 O O 0 - I' ' 1 I , 1 . , ' . I . , . . , ' x ' I 'l 7 s 1 v 1 V " . SJ I 1 1 7 D 3 ' 3 ,lvl - - O . - h I 1 - 'J I G O O 5 5 f'af1,,,-x 1 A at as 1 ELL? 4 20 6 21 ' h 0 25 K 6 . 20 92 13 'l 3 l ! ' ! . . 3 . .3 ' ' ! . , . . . ,. I : , . Y . , S i D 7 I 3-I ' : ' ! . 7 1 74 7 9 I ! Y It I ! I ! , . 'X J ' ri ' - J , ' S 5 , 5 ' 5 I QAHERS QQ I LNKHEI-1 '- X11 He'-5 N .u Ist mia: Tyler Lewis, Bill Skinner, Bruce Wells, Ev Boyce, Jack Foley, Norb Beyer. 2nd row: Bob Voelkle, Brian Howard Bob Miller, Al Harvey, Joe Coveney, Barry Allis, Don Munson, coach. VARSITY CROSS CIDUNTRY The 1951 Cross Country team, coached by Don Munson, was the best balanced squad ever to repre- sent Amherst Central. Everett Boyce and Jack Foley did a marvelous job as co-captains. The highlight of the season was a third place in the State Finals at Schenectady with Amherst finishing ahead of many highly rated teams. Tyler Lewis was the first man to cross the line for Amherst. One time Coach Munson divided up his team so Amherst could engage in two meets in one week. Half the Amherst team, led by Bruce Wells' sensa- tional performance, defeated Hamburg. Bruce knocked 23 seconds off the Hamburg course record. Two days later, the second half of the team finished second in the Oakfield Invitational Run behind Brighton. Am- herst had defeated Brighton in a dual meet earlier in the season. The Amherst team won the Section VI Championships for the fourth straight year. Next year Tyler Lewis, Bruce Wfells, Don Rice, Brian Howard and Bill Hopkins will provide the ma- terial for another Championship team. Hopkins, a freshman major letter winner, should develop into an outstanding runner. THE TOWER ' 74 1951 SCORES Amherst 18 Olean 44 Amherst 19 Holland 39 Amherst 23 Brighton 32 Amherst 22 Hamburg 39 Amherst 18 East Aurora 45 Amherst 15 Gowanda 47 Barker Fair Day Run Amherst 30 Opponents 113-483 Oakfield Invitational Run Amherst 47 Brighton 42 Brockport 87 Section VI Championships Amherst 30 Opponents 60-156 Coach Gelsinger's wrestling team fin- ished the season with a very fine record of 9-1 to win the Interscholastic Wrest- ling League and the Ed Don George trophy. The team won nine consecutive meets before being upset by Orchard Park, 25-16, in the linal meet of the season. Ted Springstead and Don Worth lost their first meets of the sea- son, but Ron Schoenle and jim Gibson remained undefeated. Don Worth, a 120 pound power- house, led the scoring with 41 points of a possible 50. Pins are worth five points, decisions, three points, and draws, two points. Other high scorers were Ted Springstead, Ron Schoenle, and Bruce Quinby, with 35, 34, and lst row: jim Wightman, Ron Schoenle, Bob Rausch, Harry Hangen. 2nd row: Ted Springstead, Bruce Quinby, Bill Still- inger, Dick Cook, Frank Parsons. 3rd row: Mr. Gel- singer, Jim Gibson, Dick Mooney, Charles Ceder- man, Fran Worth, Don Worth, jack Ricardo, Leonard Anderson. AQ. 33 points, respectively. The outlook for a second straight championship is not too good, as eight of the ten regulars will be lost by grad- uation. Chuck Cederman, Jim Gibson, Jack Ricardo, Dick Mooney, Frank Parsons, Harry Hangen, and Jim Rausch, will form the nucleus of next year's team. CLASS WRESTLER 112 Chuck Cederman 120 Don Worth 127 Jim Gibson 127 jack Ricardo 133 Fran Worth 138 Jim Wightman 145 Ron Schoenle , . l 1. J. . CROSS COUNTRY Ist row: Bill Nicholson, Henry Reckin, Bill Hop- kins, john Laughlane, Jack Cederman. 2nd row: Steven Stuggs, Bob Young- blood, Don Lindsey, Rich- ard Deichman, Don Rice, George Kelly, John Col- liard. .ini row: Paul Col- lins, Paul Border, Fran Dulczewski, John Heintz, Leslie Gasonic, Ron Goehle, Mr. Munson, Coach. 154 Bill Stillinger 154 Jim Baldwin 165 Dick Cook 175 Bruce Quinby H.W. Ted Springstead Amherst 28 Depew Amherst 24 Orchard Park Amherst 38 West Seneca Amherst 38 Clarence Amherst 26 Depew Amherst 28 Clarence Amherst 26 Attica Amherst 35 West Seneca Amherst 25 Attica Amherst 16 Orchard Park 284 QQ' fy, IL 1 1 cgi -, .R 159 Wang, VARSITY BASKETB LL This year's Amherst basketball team under Coach lioh Hettler won the Northern Erie County League championship with a 15-1 record and Hnished the season with an 18-2 mark. In sixteen league games the squad piled up 1095 points, while holding the opposition to only 703. Last year's great team scored 1091 points and their op- position netted 762. The starting line-up of LF-Jim Goergen, RF--Roy Fowler, C- Chuck B1cNernev, LG-Al Wfeigel, and RGYEd Stillwell, paced the Amherst team to fourteen consecutive victories. until a surprise loss to Hamburg ended the streak. The Amherst cagers won four more contests before losing to Olean at Memorial Auditorium. Amherst's only defeat of the season came on February 15, when Hamburg pulled the upset of the year by surprising the previously undefeated Tigers, 58-51. Amherst had a 51--19 lead with less than three minutes remaining, but Hamburg rallied for nine straight points to take the game. Hamburg proved what an inspired basket- ball team can do, as they had previously dropped four of their last five games. The most exciting game of the season was a 59-57 overtime tri- umph over Williamsville. Amherst had a 51-45 third quarter lead, but W'il1iamsville rallied to tie the game at 57-57. In the overtime period Al Weigel threw a scoring pass to Roy Fowler to win the game. Later in the season Amherst defeated Wfilliamsville 63-37. Ed Stillwell Jim Goergen Mi 1... L 1 ,Y 1 A 1 .AIIl11f .'xII111l .AII11lf .A1ll1l1 A111111 ,'xIl111t A111111 .A1111l1 .AIIl11t A111111 .AI1l1lt I 1 7171 C llf R1111111-1, H1111 f1.l1X1I1,k1.l11x 1.11111-111-111, C11-111'uv C1141-111111-r, 15111111 7 J ' ' A111111 51111111-111-1. - V111 111:12 11-I1-1' XX 111. 151111 N111-11111-1', 1J111111o11111.111, 1.,l'I1.'AI1l1l'fSOI1, 1'1-11-1' 11-11 11I'O1'k'1'i, 'l'1-11 X11'1111ls, B111 AA-l'LlIU'Il, 3711 10111 1"I'AlIl1'i 11ilF1L'IIl, B111 81111111111-1, M1111- f1l'AlYt'I', 1111111 511111111-w111f, Dirk Starr. FRE HMA BA KETBALL .AIIl1l1'I'Sl .xIIl1lt'fSt A111111-rst .AIIl11l'I'SI .A1I1111'!'Sl .AIIl1lL'I'SI .AIIl1'1f'IASl .AIIl11L'I'Sl .A111111TSl A111111-rst .AI111'lPI'SI .'xIIl11t'I'Sl SCORES 1.:1111'11st1'r fi111'1'1'iIOXVLlgll -10 Akrcm f11LlI'l'l'lfC I,1'lN'w' Exist Aurora Ln111'z1Ster c11I1'C1iIOSN'llHll ,'A1il'U1'l C1u1'cn1'C D1-p1-w Exist Aurora THE TOWER ' 78 IO lxl 71 111I1'.' C-1'X1-1 R11Lx R1111: E.. tw, A111111 .'A1Il11l .AIIl11l 111, X11111 XX'il11g. 111-111 SKl'C'llg, 1411111-x I 0111111111 X11-11-11. lJ11x1- K11-1111-11, 1111111 , 11111111 S111111. N111 8111111-f1-13 -1711 11111 1 111 -rst .AIl111l' BA KETBALL U f T111- xI11111or Yursity 1J:1s111-1114111 I1-11111, wp' 1'11111'111-11 111' Rh. W1'11tt1-11, 111115111-11 with .1 1111111111-111111b11- 1'1-1'111'11 111 1-11-V1-11 wins 111 1-121111-1-11 231111-S. 111116 t1-11111 111161 5111111- h11r11 111111, L15 I1lI't'l' 111 1111- 111-11-nts w1-r1- 111111 1111.11 111' 111111 p11111ts. 1- Iwo top JY 5111111-1's w1-1'1- 131111 1101151111111 with 157 points for n 9.2 2lX'!'f1lHl', .11111 C11-111'u1- Gl1!'IlI1lt'T with il N-, 1.11 111111 1111' il 1.15 IXllll'1i. 1111111111111 -- -W 511111-11 1111 1'11111'y 12lyllpS :11111 j11111p shots, :11111 C1111'11t111-r 1111551-S51-C1 ll V1-ry 211111- 1"1t1- 11111- 11411111 S1-I sh11t, fjI1l1'Y 1111151111111- 111u p141x1-1x 1111 I1ll' KIX 11-11111 XN'l'IiQ'I 151111 lQ111x'i11, JQ1111 1111111-111-ld, 15111 N111-11111-r, LIIIL1 15ft'S1lII1l'I1C 11111 Svhwahl 111111 Bru1'1- S1 111111-111-r, TSI 'Fil .A1Il11t'l'Sl -rst -1'sl -rw! -rat -1'St -1's1 'ISI .'xIIl1l1'I'Sl -rst -rsl -rs! -rst -Nt 'Fil 19 D1-p1-w 119 1 1 1.Z1Ill'ilSIl'l' 115 .111 1Yi111:1111sx'1111' -1-1' 511 .A1iFUIl 211 -17 113111111111 -18 51 CI1111'1-111'1- 111 57 1'1111- 11111 fif 531 f,DI'L'11ilI'l1 17L1I'1i 37 51 East A111'111'11 12 LT D1-p1-w 1411 55 11111111111 1,LlI'1i 155 51 141111-11511-1' 55 16 XY111111111Sx'1110 39 51 A11ir1111 37 51 111111111u1'u 511 15 CI1:1r1-1111- 38 511 1'1111- 11111 1111 11 H1151 .'Al1I'Ul'fl 52 837 70-1 '1-l1i1-, 1-4111 SI1l1l1l. 1211 P1-1111. 2711, C,11111111111gx. Dine 111-gg. Ri1hz11'11 111 111 I.lIll11Jl'lg. 1111111 Asl'2llll'll, 1-:11l1'1. 111111 1111111111111 .lLlllll'N S11111g1-I. 111111 N111111. 111-11111 v1IllC1l'11, 1111 Xl1Il111111111 VARSITY B KETBALL On anuary 8 Roy Fowler broke the school lndl vidual scoring record for one game by toss1n 1n 35 pomts m Amherst 90 41 triumph over Clarence Fowler played less than three quarters to make h1S total even more IITIDFCSSIVC The old record of 31 was set by Roy when he was a sophomore On February 1 Amherst met Lancaster on their home court The outlook was not too brlght as Am herst was wlthout the services of Roy Fowler due to an mjured ankle Chuck McNerney and 1m Goergen took matters into thelr own hands though as they scored 24 and 22 pomts respectively to pace the Tigers to a 69 41 victory At the UHlVCfS1ty of Buffalo gym March 11 the Amherst basketball team scored one of the greatest wms m Amherst Central history by knockmg over powerful Tonawanda wmner of the Niagara Frontier League by a score of 61 54 Thls game decided the team to meet Olean for the Section VI AAA cham plonshxp Roy Fowler led the way with 28 pomts and Chuck McNerney contributed 10 The whole team played superb basketball to make this great w1n pos slble Amherst trailed 16 9 at the first quarter mark but outscored the NFL champlons 22 6 m the second quarter to clmch the game Olean won the Section VI AAA Title by downing Amherst 45 42 at Memorial Auditorium Amherst assumed a I6 13 first quarter lead but Olean had a big second quarter to lead at halftime 25 22 It mas apparent that the team had a letdown after the great w1n over Tonawanda The Amherst team managed to ue the game at .13 33 early 1n the fourth quarter but Olean went on to score a 45 42 victory 1m Goergen was hlgh scorer for Amherst with 12 pomts The Olean game marked the end of Roy Fowler s great hlgh school basketball career The br1ll1ant 6 0 forward holds every Amherst scormg record and many League marks as well Roy fimshed the season w1th 427 pomts for a tremendous average of 22 5 po1nts a game and led the Northern Erie County League w1th a record of 333 pomts and a 22 2 mark Aga1nst Llar ence Fowler played less than three quarters but st1ll netted 35 pomts for an Amherst 1nd1v1dual single game record Roy proved his conslstency by hxttlng double figures in every game thlS year Roy has scored 970 pomts 1n three years of basketball for an average of 17 pomts a game Durmg this t1me Fowler has topped the twenty mark on 21 occasions Roy Fowler was honored at the end of the season by being named hon orary captain of the NEQL All Star team 1m Goergen and Al WVe1gel are two other players that w1ll be noticeably m1ss1ng next season Goergen avera ed ten pomts a game at left forward and d1s played great leaping power Welgel was an excellent rebounder and set shot Next season Amherst should again have a line team as McNerney btlllwell Besser Barnes Bergman Nlcholson and Lelghbody w1ll be returmng Chuck McNerney was slxth 1n the NECL scormg with an average of 12 6 and was named on the NECL All Star first team Ed Stlllwell was a great playmaker and ballhawk Drck Besser the only sophomore on the team showed plenty of promlse for the future 3- rff '35- 'aaa-f-V THE TOWER J . .- x . T - 1 . . . U . . 1 , - , . m - . . , .. . . - V g J , . , . x . . . . . l A i 0' ' U 1 ' - ' o . I v s ' y 1 x 5 I , . 7 A - I V I 'I ' . a , , . E V. l I 1 J 1 9 a a . . V I H . i. . x . , Y . K 3 , . . , , I N , , 7 , 1, . . . ' Q 1 - - - ' s D ' ' 1 , , , 1 J 9 - ' , x i 7 1 , . t a e , ' . L - - ' 9 K - -7 'F A . W. 1 . . . In . l V. - ., eg-K' 1 1 1.- V, . Q I . - Y t' , . 't . ' 91 ' , - 9 J. Q . h . V. Y - - - 1 H J ' 4 . , N , , 'egg Q 1 1 . . , Y I 1 1 . . . . ,A - 1 ' 1,3 . . 79 THE TOWER ' 80 Swimming The Amherst swimming team coached by Mr. Tierney, came through with five wins in twelve meets for the best season in four years. Niagara Falls finished first in the Niagara Frontier League with a record of ll-1. Amherst placed fourth in the seven team league. The Amherst team scored double victories over LaSalle and Lockport and a sensational 35-31 upset over Ken- more, the first win in ten years' competition with that school. One of Amherst's all time great swimmers, Karl Seidl, led the scoring parade with 72 points. Seidl produced eleven wins in twelve meets in the forty yard freestyle, and a top performance of :20.2. Karl's loss in the Tonawanda meet broke a tremendous streak of eight consecutive vic- tories. Paul Santmire finished behind Seidl with 59 points. VARSITY VARSITY- ls! row: Earl Springborn, Bill Nichol- son, Bob Manske, Don Davis, Hlalter Manske. 2nd row: IVells Anderson, Paul Zintcr. Paul Santmire, Hugh Miller. Carl Scidl, Don Gellis, Mr. Tierney, roach, Santmire turned in a time of 1209.8 in the 100 yard back stroke against Niagara Falls. The captain of this year's team, Hugh Miller, accumulated 50 points for third place in the individual scoring. Walt Manske and sophomore Bob Hohlstein tallied 48 and 46 points, respectively, to round out the first five. Hohlstein turned in a 2134.1 perform- ance in the 220 yard free style, only 3.5 seconds off the school record. The JV swimmers finished.with the same record as the Varsity: 5 wins and 7 defeats. The top victory was a 31-26 decision over Kenmore, who took the next meet 47-10. High scorer was Peter Pool with 41 points. Top prospects for next yearls varsity swimming team are Len Johnson, Rocky Ford, Peter Pool, Dave Fogg, Dave Baer, Terry Wilson, and John Mayfield. .V. SWIMMI G TEAM J.V. SWIMMING TEAM4Ist row: Roger Moss, Leonard Johnson Fogg, Paul Collins, David Baer, David Hachton, Norm Wolfe, Ned 2nd row: Pete Taylor, Neil Anderson, Rocky Ford, John Mayfield Dick Peter Pool, Doug Volgenau, Bill Hopkins. SWIMMING SCORES Amherst 49 LaSalle 16 Amherst 17 Niagara Falls 49 Amherst 35 Kenmore 31 Amherst 23 Tonawanda 43 Amherst 47 LaSalle 19 Amherst 12 Niagara Falls 54 Amherst 19 Tonawanda 47 Amherst I 7 Kenmore 49 Amherst 40 Lockport 26 Amherst 20 N. Tonawanda 46 Amherst 45 Lockport 21 Amherst 23 N. Tonawanda 43 B0 Ll G TEAM The Amherst bowling team under the expert guidance of Mr. VValter Newman finished the sea- son with a record of 19- 11. The team started slow- ly, but won four of the last five meets by perfect scores. Chuck Smith led the team with a 146 average, and Cliff Baum was sec- ond with a 142 mark. Cliff Baum rolled a 198 game for high single hon- ors, and Chuck Smith fin- ished with the best two game total, 332. Foster McAllister won a medal at the League Tourna- ment at Clarence for hav- ing the best average there, The winning intramural bowling team consisted of Dick Hutchinson, Phil Hedges, Ed Moore, and Ellwood Friedrich, who bowled the best intra- mural score, a flashy 202. SCORES Amherst 3 Orchard Park U Amherst 1 Angola 2 Amherst 1 Clarence 2 Amherst U NR-st Seneca 3 Amherst 2 Hamburg 1 Amlu-ist if Orchard Park ll Amlirrst 3 WVL-st Seneca ll Arnlu-rs! fl Angola It Amlim-ist fl Clarence ll Ainlii-ist U Hanibursz 3 .I kfpv 3- . X !'f's ze: l.eo NCWVIIIZIII, l'.l1iliJ I1-eclres, 21111 mtv: Cliuck Smith, Bill S-ibert, Bill lilliot, Bob Rogers. , . 1 1-i C Cliff Billllll, Poster xll'.kl1NlCl', Bill l.1llle. N111 Newman. atlxisoi. CROSS COUNTRY th GR DE F V44 sun? X I usp., . 'cp ' HI Will! n un lit row: Paul Ross, Danny Donaldson, Herb Ireland, Gregory Guilbault, Ronald Cook, Burt Barber, 2nd row: Tom Mel.ean, David Donaldson, Bob Cesari, Johnny Brunner, Boh Craiy, John Christy. 3rd row: Mr. Ballard, Chris Lawson, Jerry Boetzbold, Bill Martin, Bob Cook, Dick DuBois, Mr. Munson, coach. THE TOWER - 81 Ist row George Payne Ed Stlllwell Dxrk Schake B111 Stlllmqer errw Thuman 2nd row Tom Gibson D1ck Hawks Gllf Baum Chuck Gates Bob Payne Rube Marquart 3rd mu, Nlfk Basnl manager Cy Young Tom Peters Carl Sendl Jxm Arth Mr Wratten coach VARSITY BA EBALL 1951 All the baseball games were played away due to the buxldmg of our new gym but the 1951 baseball team stxll HIllShCd w1th a 7 5 record The TIQCFS opened w1th a 9 2 vxctory over Glar ence but then dropped a 7 6 upset dec1s1on to Akron ln a ten mnmg contest Hambur the league cham p1ons defeated Amherst 6 3 1n a well played game One of the hlghhqhts of the season was a 10 1 tr1 umph over r1va1 Wxlllamsvllle Al Welqel pltched a beautiful three hltter Amherst blasted Depew 22 5 The bxg surprlse of the season was a 1 0 loss to W1l 11amsv1l1e after our earlxer vlctory Wllllamsvllle scored one run m the 7th mnm to w1n the game Dlck Schake lost a tough declslon as he had a no hltter gomg 1nto the final mmng The Amherst pltchmq staff conslsted of Al Wenzel 1 0 Sklp Gates 1 0 Dlck Schake 2 1 and Rube Marquart Q3 4 Amherst scored 94 runs to tht If opponents 54 and had a team b ttlrl avera e of 31-1 compared to the opponents 207 71 hr e of Amhcxst THE TOWER 82 live losses were by one run margms and the other two losses were by three runs The top batters on the 1951 team were Carl Seldl 409 Jlm Arth 385 B111 Stlllmger 367 Bob Payne 353 Cy Young 326 D1ck Schake 310 and erry Thuman 304 SCORES Clarence Akron Hamburg Amherst Amherst Amherst W1l11amsv1lle Depew East Aurora I ancaster C larence Akron Wxlhamsv 1lle Pme H111 Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst 7 1 I 'I 1 7 3 7 . 7--v.!J fr ' : I Y . I D .5 H , E D - " . Q . Q ' . Q J . Q Ig, - . . . - .. . . . ' ' 9 2 . -. ' ' - 6 h 7 . ' . . . ' 3 6 as the Tlgers scored 15 runs m the last two mnmgs. 10 , , , 1 . . X . . ' .. . ' 22 5 ' . . . U ' . 3 6 . .97 4 , , 5 . . . 1. . K 8 I 6 . . ' . , . 5 2 . ' . V 0 ' ' " 1 C- Ds C- is ' 1- Ds Y 12 . . 9 - J. ' . if ' ' - --- t X , 8' xl . ' 94 54 , -.1 by Q or ,. , Q lst mu erry Scull B111 Cardner Jerry Wallens George Ramsey Chuck Cassety Ed Dewey Al Taylor Marty Merdel B111 Baer 2nd row Barry Allrs Don Juron 'Norb Beyer B111 Sklnner Bruce urnby Chuck Crlck Ey Boyce Jack Foley Roy Fowler Drcle Ferrrcle 3rd row Mr Bergman coach Ed Snyder Don Rrce Bob M1l1er ohn Caye Drck Bouley Ron Snyder Drek Lrsrttr Bob Srmth Don Kern Mr Munson coach VARSITY TRACK 19 1 Amherst s 1951 track team won the Western Nevy York Intermedrate Conference champronshrp and Hmshed second m the Sectron VI AA meet at North Tonavyanda Amherst opened vyrth a 90W 13W VVIH at Batayra Next the Twers yyallopcd East Aurora 82 23 Georve Ramsey heay ed the shot put 45 6M for a neyy school record Then Amherst outscored Hambur 63 -11 to ay enge tyyo defeats mflrcted by Hamburfr last season In the final dual meet of the season the Oran e and Black ran oyer Dunkrrk 82V 211f Chuck Cassety set a school record of 21 2 seconds rn the 180 yard hurdles At the Conference meet Amherst accumulated 301 pomts to outscore C1 ht other area teams Hambur the 1950 champlons frnrshed second yylth 271 pornts In the Sectron XI AA meet Amherst placed second but strll finrshed yyrth a tremendous season Geox e Ramsey set a Sectron WI AA record by runn1n the 410 III 52 -1 seconds Chuck Cassety led the scorme: parade yyrth H1911 pomts R1 ht behrnd yyere George Ramsey and Marty Merdel yyrth -18 pomts each SCORES 1 Batay 1a W East Aurora 23 Hamburg 41 1 Dunkrrk W NEWS RECORDS Con erence Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Cassety 180 yard hurdles Foley 880 yard run 2 06 9 Sectzon PI AA Ramsey -1-10 yard run 52 4 CONFERENCE MEETS Amherst J01 Opponents 2716 to 0 SEC FION XI AA MEET Amherst 25V 'Nra ara Falls 281 Opponents 16V to 2 SCHOOL Ramsey Shot Put N15 6V foley 880 yard lun 2 0-15 Cassety 180 yard hurdles 2 2 'l' H E TO XY E R 83 J V BA EBALL Ist row: Tom Radice, Frank Harlem, Cy Manspeaker, Jim Gibson, Bill N oelt- ner, Dick Ramsey, Dick Starr. 2nd row: Elmer Haas, Bob Rozek, Gary Runckle, Kent Bergman, Hank Sperry, Chuck McNerney, Dick Leighbody, George Guenther, Mr. Hettler, coach. The V baseball team came through with ten wins baseball team won every game by at least five runs, rn ten games, to complete another undefeated season except for a close 3 2 decrsron over Wrllxamsvllle The for Coach Bob Hettler Chuck McNerney opened the team piled up 110 runs to thexr opponents 17 The season by pitching a 7 0 no h1t shutout over Clarence JV baseball team has now won 27 games in a row Chuck also led the team m batting with a 409 mark The top game was a 27 0 rout over Sloan The V JV TRACK The 1951 Junior Varslty track team had a successful season and should provrde good materral for vrdual stars were Al Harvey, Bruce Wells, Ron Hettxch, Paul Dahmer, and George Kelly and had a 38 1 record for the past three seasons Irt row Bill jones Paul Zrebarth Tom Osborne Jun McDonald 2nd 1ow Bob Manske Walter Manske Al Harvey Don David Ron Hettrch Don Arnold Steven Staggs Calvm Ackerman 3rd row Mr Bergman coach George Kelly Ted Nichols B1llGalvm Ed Grbeau Russ Bardm Paul Dahmer Bruce Wells Mr Murson coach T H E T O W E R 84 C I J . . - . t . , - , J U O the Varsity track team. Top indi- 1951 TENNIS SCORES Amherst 0 Hamburg 5 Amherst 3 Clarence 2 Amherst 5 Depew O Amherst 5 East Aurora 0 Amherst 3 Williamsville 2 Amherst 2 Lancaster 3 Amherst 4 Clarence 1 Amherst 5 East Aurora 0 Amherst 2 YVilliamsville 3 Amherst 1 Lancaster 4 Amherst 5 Depew 0 Amherst 0 Hamburg 5 35 25 The tennis team had a winning season, as they won seven and lost five to place second in the league. The Amherst netmen split even with rival Williamsville. Both matches were decided by 3-2 scores. Outstanding players were Ted Springstead, Pat Finleon, Michael Graver, Howard Rovins, Russell Gowland, and Al Bard. The 1951 golf team completed another undefeated season with an 11-0 record. Highlight of the season was a perfect 15-0 win over Orchard Park. In the League Tournament, Orchard Park upset Amherst 441 to 445, for the big surprise of the season. john Walsh led the four-man Amherst team with a 78. Bradley Johnson had the regular season's lowest score, a 77 rx. CQH S .CHS x U,H 5 'iid Q. ALI-15 5 447.15 11 A.,-I 15115 5, Ist row: Michael Gravener, Howie Robbins, Pat Finleon, Ted Springstead, Rus Gowland, Al Bard. 2nd row: Don Reckseen, Bob Hohlstein, John Mayfield, Mac Burtwell, Chuck Specht, Mr. Parr, coach. Ist row: Jack Walsh, Wayne Weber, Ronald Halt, Jerry Healy, Brad Johnson. 2nd row: Rudy Bersoni, Bill Bishop, Don King, Paul O'Connor, Don Hegg, Leo Newman, james King, Mr. Ungerer, Coach. SCORES Amherst 8 Attica 0 Amherst 8M East Aurora GW Amherst 15 Hamburg O Amherst 10 Clarence 5 Amherst 13 Depew 2 Amherst 15 Orchard Park O Amherst 9 Lancaster 6 Amherst 12 Orchard Park 3 ,v Amherst 12 East Aurora 3 Amherst 12 Hamburg 0 Amherst W Clarence 2M at Hamburg. The golf team under the expert direc- tion of Glenn Ungerer has won 21 and tied 1 out of 22 regular season matches in the past two years. The Amherst Senior rifle team is shooting as a var- sity sport for the first time in its history. Therefore it will be competing against other school teams, includ- THE TOWER - 85 The Amherst Senior rifle team is shooting as a varsity sport for the first time in its history. There- fore it will be competing against other school teams, including Or- chard Park, Lancaster, Cleveland Hill, Kenmore and Williamsville. Under the coaching of Mr. Pom- eroy, the senior team has had a successful season. Shooting a ten- match schedule they have won 7 while only losing 3 by close mar- gins. The team also participated in National Rifle Association post- al matches and for Army qualifi- cations. When not in team com- petition, each member tries for individual N.R.A. qualifications, ranging from Pro-marksman to Distinguished Rifleman. Also, for the first time, Mr. Bowman, coach of the junior high rifle team, selected the top ten men from the two junior clubs to form matches with Cleveland Hill and the Senior team. They de- feated Cleveland Hill but lost to the Senior team. The junior rifle clubs have many good prospects for the senior teams of the future. THE TOWER - 86 SENIOR RIFLE Ist row: Dick Lexer, Rick Meese, Jim King, Mr. Pomeroy, Advisor, Jim Baldwin, Russ Bardon. 2nd row: Bill Tozier, Rudy Bersoni, Dianna Rogger, jim Wratten, Gilbert Elden. 3rd row: Dick Osborne, Don Isbes- ter, Don Hamilton, Ron- ald Fancher, Jeary Healy. CLR JU IOR RIELE CLUB Ist row: Norman Potter, Bill Farner, James Denny. 2nd row: Charles Hull John Ziebarth, James Elden, Lynn Morris, Peter Schmidt, Ned Schule 3rd row: Mr. Bowman, Paul Vincent, John O'Mara, Merl Ann Keating Sue Mc Allister, Richard Valone, Marden Van Dyke. 4th row: Peter VVelcher Bill Jackson, Douglas Taylor, Richard Vivian, Ken Blackwell, David Stuslinger 5th row: Paul Kennedy, Ken Braden, Ken Coyle, Robert Peinkofer Ellwood Friedrick. t if Stilirrm G0 lx! row Mlss Ackley Lmda Hauck Pat Werner Sally Henry Marg Smlth Chrxstme G1ll1es Joanne Conn Joan Suedemeyer Jean Wlley Mrs Husband 2nd row 'Nancy Conn Betsy Ogllxxe Marx Lou FISCUS Shirley Ruslxe udy Leach Shlrley Latamsxon 'Nancy Bruce Nancy Beard Shirley Behrens 3rd row Gall Pennoyer Ann Motunger eanette Branston Sally Hart Sarah 0 Walker Mary Lou Dlckens Carol D1etr1ch Carol Brown GIRLS SPORT COUNClL 'fhecounyaniofourrnodcnmcasde,unhkethoseof nuxheval days w the scene ofxnany sporw tourna ments 1n whlch thc Amherst g1rls part1c1pate through out the school ycal To assure propcr management of thelr act1v1t1es they have orffamzed a group known as the G1rls Sport Councll The Councxl composed of two representatlx es from each Senlor Hxgh homeroom, IS supervlsed by M1ss Ackley and Mrs Husband The officers for 51 52 were Margaret Smlth, Presldent Shlrley Behrens V1ce Presldent Nancy Bcard Secrc tary, and Judy Leach,'Trcasurer THE TOWER - "XRS Carol Brown, Linda Hauck, Joan Davey, Barb Brustad, Pat WN'il1ax, Marge Biddlecom. CHEERLEADER There are six qualifications a girl needs to become a cheerleader at A.C.H.S. These are poise, character, leadership, pleasing personality, natural enthusiasm, and the ability to learn how to lead cheers. There are six cheerleaders on this year's squad in- stead of the usual seven. Two of the sparkling six, Seniors Pat Willax and Marge Biddlecom, will be leaving us. They have been on the squad for two years. Barbara Brustad, Carol Brown, Joan Davey, and Linda Hauck will be veterans on next year's squad, and they will hold up the tradition of the outstanding cheerleaders that Amherst has always had. Barbara and Joan have just completed their second year, and will be three year varsity girls at the end of their senior year. The cheerleaders are led by that capable Mr. Pankow. ph ' THE TOWER ' 88 img t -1 1 N , 4 H in F I T X S., . Sx., Ist row Anne Hershlser 2nd row Gmger Perrxn oy Vollbracht 'frd 70.1 Nancy Beard lee MCBr1de Shirley Behrens MAJORETTE Our struttmg majorettes w1th the1r snappy new un1 forms have twlrled at all of the home football games thxs year, leadmg the band 1nto many 1ntr1cate forma tlons The gxrls have also appeared IH thc band assem blles and m the Memorlal Day Parade 1n Wllhamsvllle All of the SIX majorettes are graduatmff thls year 31' 'Nesb- All! 1' 't but they have been workmg hard to tram new g1rls to take the1r places next year The new twlrlers were chosen by a process of tryouts and el1m1nat1ons The Amherst majorettes w1ll appear m the muslc festlval and hope to w1n the top ratmqs whlch they have won 1H the past ,-7 THE TOWER 89 if tif Q I a. U. Q . I V l, i Qi ' A U : . , ' . I ', ',.I , . ".' ' ' , . . . ki . b Q , Q l K ft, f. , 1 -y if ' fi., 1 e ' A ix . t 1 J, Q, , A, A , I Q f ! I X I I GQ , I The JA' ' If I z x- - 2 5? t 'I . v 1- q T 5 1 l ' S J...g.l L l Q A , f way' l I .J ! Ag! L M ,fs l f-.4 I U 0CCER There were no Soccer games played outside of the school games this year because of the early cold weather. All the games but the play-offs between the Girls and the Sophie Soxs were played. There were about 200 girls participating in the Soccer games this year all under the guidance of Mrs Husband BA KETBALL Two Amherst girls basketball teams were muted to Tonawanda to participate in a Play Day Miss Ack ley chose the teams by taking the most faithful referees and representatlx es from the w1nn1n class teams On lNIarch 7th the teams captained by Marg Smith and oanne Miller left to meet their opponents At the end of the 3rd quarter the first team was tied w1th Ken more but when the game was all mer the score stood 13 16 in favor of Kenmore Lee McBride did a sensa tlonal Job as the team s star guard The second team played a rough fast moung game At the final whistle the score stood at 12 23 in favor of Tonawanda oan Lendrum a sophomore scored 8 of the 12 POIHIS for her team X K' THE TOWER 90 HOCKEY Our '51 Hockey Team made history! This year, for the first time, the girls won the traditional game with Park School by a score of 3-2. Due to early snowfalls, other inter-school games were cancelled, and the group was prevented from gaining further success Class compet1t1on remained unaffected however and the intramural season provided both fun and thrills Miss Ackley served as the capable coach of all girls hockey activities WIMMING The girls swimming team IS made up of senior high girls who like competltlye swimming The team went to Kenmore for a play day this spring in which Ken more came in lst Amherst 2nd Tonawanda 3rd and North Tonawanda 4th 'Ihe intramural r High and Sr High meets are run by Mrs Husband Nancy Beard the team cap tain was one of the better back stroke swimmers oanne Benson had the fastest crawl and Ellen Brun ner was the star diver Twelxe of our best are chosen from the swimming team to participate 1n the special Water Folhes finale GIRL BOWLlNG For the first time in Amhersts history there was formed an all school girls bowling team It was diuded into un1or High and Senior High teams which were under the able leadershlp of M1ss Greuner and Miss Krehbiel The Bowling Belles were the winners of the junior High league but lost by a forfeit to the senior league Carol Lock had the high game of 126 while Gmger Dunn had the high average of 108 The Senior Hlgh winners were the Gutter Babes The best bowler of the season was oan Lendrum with the top score of 168 and the highest ax erage of Miss Betty Aekley Mrs Isabel Husband 1 x ' - . . . . . s - V ' . 7 . 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Ist row Peggy Baer Delma Santomauro Sally Henry Ginger Perrm oy Vollbracht Barb Lanz Marge Smxth Mrs Husbind 2nd mu joan Rmdflusch Audrey Vod1lle Shlrley Sxmon Angela Page Mary Berger Iee McBr1de Pat Wlllax Helen Murmx frd row Marge Bxddlerom Shnrlew Latmslon Joan Stancomplano Either Wmfield Karln Clexenger 4th rou Joan I cnclrum Nancy Bruce Shxrley Rusk Mary Ann Porter Mony Henderson .www Ist you Nlxss Arklu roach glllfl Behrens Dram Siwser oan Palmer Ellen Brunner lvfarg Sxmth Pit acobs ean Wllu minettc C ne Xlue Youngblood om 'iufclrmxer 7nd ron lu Nlrllrlcle Roicmarx Crixer Chrls Fllllfi lxirln Clewnur 01n lcnclrum f' ul lfnnowr Flllne Dixlclwn Fsthfr Wlnnclcl Sl'1ll'lfX Duliols Donnl Vhnlc Qlndri Sw'1rt7el Hd ro L 'Nin Bc lrcl ulllr Blxlu Smclrx l lnC'llDllI'L Xnnlrf 1 llcxwoocl Xnn NIOIIIDLII' Dons lrxllllfl K irol lorlu Xuclru Nl llc r X IX nn uclgc lwl xrxlxn N11 w ri inet Nllllf r Fl une lrc nm h IHE IOWER BOWLI G E y 1 C -..., S 3 Ist rom lx lc 1 h lcluf Xnthonx lW1lllll Xxlllxllllll 'VINQ Frcunfr alrlxlsor P1ul'1 'Neal Marrla Nffclclel Oinne Nilller Und ro 1 mx lxlrichan Niarx B6-zur D1 mr YN lrrcn liumrlx Th ilmxn Ni irq Snnth Nlarx Bauer Sxlxll Frrmr ini 704 Etlul C ith: lrt llc lc nm C reenf 'Sue f crnolcl 11 luf' Blllu Xrlc nn D: nall oln Boiler 'Nanfx 'irlxs "" l v gl Ill i Ist rom uclx Brxun enny f'1ol'mClo Barbara Hopkins Mies Cruener 'xdusor 'Nancy Frisbee Cmger Dunn Rosemary Berfhun 9nd row om Bur-tc-r Roszmary Marabella Molly Blow oan Stanramplano Claudia Borqm 'Nlancy Berkwxth Marruret Bur Dunne l eww oanm Hennan hd ron Helene Schoenle Florence Dllford Joanne Clewxs Ann Mottcnqer 'ihlrlfv Rusl-.1 udy Vv xllwr C 1rol l orl-ce Carol Coll oan lela e'm Blau Pat Burke 4th row Margretta Be-xchlme udw WN erclel Anus- Pigs Shwles lemnmon Helen Murray joan Iendrum Jeanette Branston can Walsh Adrnenne Nlaumann eanftte C me Kay Folson Dflma Santannuro 'IHE TOWER 92 Ist row: Arlene Dinall, Eileen Zimmer- man, Gloria Lindenmier, Clare Dyck- man, Barbara Brustad. 2nd row: Anne Hershiser, Mary Lou Henderson, Nancy Beard, Mary Lou Dickens, Eda Gilkey, Mary Berger. 3rd row: Joyce Wrona, Sue Gernold, Jean Wiley, Ileane Ku- nold, Barbara Lanz, Judy Leach, Pat Jacobs. SWIMMI G TEAM Ixt row: Janet W'ilson, Marcia Meidel, Joan Benson, Paula Neal, Jean Walsh, Marilyn Quinlan. 2nd row: Joan Len- drim, Ellen Brunner, Marge Biddleforn, Ginger Perrin, Alvina Klenert, Nanry Beard, Shirley DuBois. 3rd row: Judy Jensen, Andrea Heywood, Nancy Conn, Donna Wfink, Jackie Blake, Carol Pe- ters, Anne Hershiser, Ann Pfeiffer, Chris Filipowicz, Millie Wickham. Ist row: Joan Suedmeyer, Ginger Per- rin, Mary Messe, Shirley Du Bois, Marg Smith, Ellen Brunner. 2nd row: Shirley Latanision, Nancy Bruce, Dorothy Meese, Pat Willax, Joanne Miller. 3111 row: Millie Gillman, Sandra Lindberg, Jackie Blake, Lee McBride, Joan Len- drim. BA KETB LL REFEREE 503259225322 Hg'-1.-.E','n,....:3V'ppN ' CMI:-' "4Qo'1"1-4 mg' fv2:',?fTe5.fxo DTE, Il gN4'v ::E FDU' pro zp1z""' FG'oL'Qx4-qiwig Q 'C SONQEHGWEH. gum, , :msn 4 L-'....xn:Jg Om ' rw-- j u-45-1mL1"1N Efawrfw' 2-322 rv s: Q.. 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The IN'ater Follies are under the dirt-Ction of Bliss Ackley and fwirs. Husband. JUNIOR HIGII SENIOR HIGH 7th Grade .....,... China 10th Grade ..... Showboat 8th Grade . , . . . Italy llth Grade . . . Bliss Liberty 9th Grade . . . . . Hawaii 12th Grade . . South Pacific " UH flll fljf THE ROY L I STREL Wrth the erectron of the beautrful new musrc wrng specrally constructed for rts modern acoustrcal proper tres a fresh Splrlt rnxaded the lrves of Amherst musrc students When the parntrng and the carpenterrng were ox er, we attacked our practrcrng and performrnff wrth renewed zeal Under the able drrectron of Mr Rertz, Mr Kaza and Mr Krestrc, we had a xery enter tarnrng and profitable year Thrs year the orchestra has spent a large amount of trme rn many xarred actrwrtres and all new rdeas and talents have been greatly encouraged ean Ogden showed great cxecutrxe and musrcal abrlrtw rn her post of presrdent concertmaster, wrth the able assrstance of wrce presrdent Phyllrs Whrthead The labor of Phyllrs Hurd as secretary treasurer has resulted rn the finan eral success of the orchestra In the fall the orchestra gate rts annual concert and the enthusrasrn wrth whrch rt was recerx ed shows the reputatron and abrlrty of Amherst performers The sensatron of the ewemnff was Mr Schwerckhard s narratron of Prokofiex s Peter and the Wolf Besrdes the large orchestra, there are many smaller ensemble groups These rn clude a strrng orchestra, three strrng quartets, and a theater orchestra The latter has long been famous for the beautrful musrcal background rt grves durrng dra matrc productrons The other groups, though lrss known, grwe rnvaluable trarnrng to all the strrnff per formers We are sure all of you hate heard the ffolden trum pet tones of the band presrdent and xrce presrdent NVrllrarn Ellrot and George Beck From the clarmet sretron comes secretary Karen Crlewenger and oborst C rrol Keatrng rs treasurer Under the baton of Mr Krestrc the martral and ma-restrc sprrrt of the band xx 'rs ox erwhelmrnffly applauded In the fall the drum rrnjore ttes and the marchrng band made spectacular showrng durrnfr the halx es at football games Later rn the year our group jornr d forces wrth the Olean Band to ffrwe an unforgs ttable assembly program after whrch the Amherst band made a trrp to Olean to perform for therr hrgh school In the sprrnff the band presented a concert whrch featured a musrcally perfect produc tron of a specral arrangement of erome Kern s Smoke Gets rn Your Eyes, for both band and chorr Durrnff the Western New York State Music Festry al the band recerved therr usual hrgh honors As you can see we of Amherst are justrfied rn feeelrng that thrs year the band has done an outstandrng job Wrth the rnnovatron of the new fourth hour concert chorr as the only senror hrgh choral group a new era opened for Amherst vocal students The first new rdea was that of vocal lessons grwen durrnfr study halls by Mrs Lourse Sleep The chorr had many plans for the year Under the capable leadershrp of Mr Rertz and our accompanrst and student drrector, Marran Pfren der we feel that we have more than accomplrshed our arms Rrchard Cook took the office of Presrdent and hrs quret, capable grasp of our problems was a master prece of drrectron Secretary oan Davey farthfully performed her numerous dutres and took a great load from Mr Rertz sshoulders Busrness Manager Georgra Demopolous and Lrbrarran Martha Taugher com pleted the roster of officers In the fall we fate a choral concert wrth a large attendance wherr we rnnox ated the rdea of a dancrng or aetrnfr background to choral musrc At Chrrstmas trme we jorned fours urth the XV1ll1amsx1lle chorr to Une a concr rt ruth the Arrrhr rst Symphony Orchestra Durrng the xxrnter me plrrnrffd nto work on the Red Mrll and 'rt rts pe rforrnanu we we re amply rewarded for our parrrs We ful surf rt was the finest musrcal pr rformance ur r gn c n at Arnhc rst lhrs year the Westr rn New York State Musrc Fes trx al was held rn our new rrrrrsrc wmv The spontane ous approx al of studr nts tr rchr rs and rnusrcal experts from all our the State 1 neatly added to our prrde rn rt Io all of us the rrrrrsrr rung means a great deal lt rs the rxrrrrplr of the sprrrt of sxrnphony and song rn our school LIIEIGW fr . . . . 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El0RB D s SENIOR BAND - lr! row: Mary Lou Dickens, Karin Klevenger, Bob Miller, Bob Geyer, Carol Keating, Carol Snyder, Cordon lfricke. David Wendt, Doris VVillert, Bill WVittig 2nd rnw: Gail Pennoyer, Michael Van Hoff, VVilliam Danials, Norman Potter. Mary I.ou Peters, john Schriver. john Hofmann, Tommy Osborne, Petter XNitt. Loren Vloodworth, Alan Kosinerl, Martha bonk, Peter Pool, john Heintz, Dan Schubert. 3rd ruzv: Dale Henson, Marilyn Meyers, Arthur Hannel, Bill Elliott, Ron ftrmstrong, Shirley Striehich, George Berk. Bill Mitrhell, David Reiller, Dave I-Rig, Doug Volgenau, Tetl Shamp. Ned Sehule, Marlyn Roe, Paul Santmire, Bruce Ziegler, Carl Seidl. Loris XN'illert, Don Arnold, Jean Wviley. -ith row: Mr. Krestic, Neil Anderson. Don McMullen, Peggy Peterson, jim Clevenger, Ernie Cardow. JUIORB D 5 E , .,.. : I N Qi -if-5:95 JUNIOR BAND-Ixt row: Joan Helbig, Ben Elliott, james Peard, Barbara Clark, Pat Thayer, james Blerkinger, Sandra Bushy, Judith Coon, Fried Heyn, Carl Henson. 2nd row: Arno Wittig, David Batson, Phillip Kuhn, David Miller, James Shoop, David Prill, Douglas McLernon, Burton Knip, Peter W'ellser, Roger Kober, Spencer Cleveland, Ray S. Kelly, Russell Barber, Bill Farner, Henry Huber. 3rd row: Richard Chappell, Owen Kennedy, Judith Rand, Judith Murray, Tod Smith, Paul Swing, Peter Schmitt, Chris Lawson, Iohn Oehler Brure Eavenson Robert Lindberg Kenneth Ma R ' G 'l . , , ,, C enzie, a Olsen, David Baldwin, Wayne Bergman, Herbert Ireland, Richard Ellis, Paul Newcomb, William Brunskill, Frank Puffeii R. h d H . U . . . . ic ar ohlstem. 4th row. John Krestic, director, Richard Hadley, Norman Kosmerl, Robert Pemkoffer, Holly Speller, Betsy Speller, Earl Nagel, Ronald Smith. Not Pictured: Gerald Maybee. THE TOWER - 96 SENIOR 0RCHE THA ii? is ,YA Y T E - 2 at .S I will Ist row: Jean Ogden, Jim Baldwin, Lois Petrunic, Myree Carter, Bill Wittig, Sarah Krull, Dick Dykeman, Arlene Lander- ville, Phyllis VVhithed. 2nd row: Leonne Jensen, Phyllis Hurd, James Denny, Kenneth Jahraus, Mary Lou Dickens, Gail Pennoyer, Carol Keating, Carol Snyder, Paul Santmire, Martha Cronk, Dale Henson, David Wendt, Gordon Frike, Jane Bellinger, Marie Kahobka, John Heintz, Barbara Van Lunger. 3rd row: Sally Schneider, John Laughland, Brosella Haberer, Janet Wilson, Bill Elliott, Ron Armstrong, Jean Wiley, Don Arnold, Loris lNillert, John Schriber, John Hoffman, Tom Osborn, Peter Witt, Joanne Clewis, Pat Radley, Judy Schneider. Standing: Mr. Kaza, Marilyn Meyers, Don Schubert, Audrey Miller, Sally Hart, Eleanor Schisler, Donna Troncatti. .Ill l0R 0RCHE THA 5 A J J p p 3 lst row: Sandra Wendt, Denny Galvin, Marion Wilson, Carol Lawson, Joan Hellbieg, Pat Zimdahl, Elizabeth Snyder, Sue Van Lunger, Audrey Hurd. 2nd row: Dawn Koch, Barbara Harvey, Pat Dickerson, Barbara King, Arno Wittig, Dick Chappell, Fried Hyne, Karl Henson, Henry Hueber, Spencer Cleveland, Elizabeth Doran, Doreen Wood, June Schregel, Doris Dickerson. 3rd row: Franklin Knox, Martha Radley, Beverly Shocum, Priscilla Bowman, Peter Wilker, Gail Olson, Wayne Bergman, Frank Puffer, Ted Tottman, Bonny Dunn, Lynda Wallis. 4th row: Judy Coon, Donald Graser, Richard Deinstbier, Robert Cesari, Audrey Miller. Standing: Mr. Kaza, Sue McAllister, Joyce Hicks. THE TOWER - E IOR HOIR . U 'ls 5 Q C 'H 'E I 9 LA' 4"'-N.. X ....-, N' lil mztx' Gail Roach, Pauline Sclioettle. .lutly Oehleim. Sally Rl1tt'Cat'tlty, Judy YYztlkt'r, l'ztul:1 Neal, Slllllllill Swarlvel. 21111 rout: Nlarilytt I-reeuawztlt, l,ouise l,lll1Cll1l. ,l2llli'l Rutherford, Carol l,Cll7. Carol Dietrich, l'at -latohs, Marian Pfrentler. Dick Cook. 'loan llzney. Georgia Demopolous, Martha Tattgher. Nl2ll'llXll Nloltlt, Millie Gillman, Pat Burt. 3rd rout: Sally Brytlon, Pat Nlttlullough. Nl, Brown, Pat Rum, Sue Harvey, Alvina Klenert. Rachel Kozier, Vivian judge, lilaine lfrenrh. Barbara Krum- meck, .Xtirienne Nztuman. Sharon Bergman. Ruth Pellman, l'-:trhztra Thayer, Pat Seihring, Gail Ziegler. Marlene lVerner. -ltlz wut: Betty ulansen, l,ois Schmidt, llelen Murray, Dorothy Ackey, Ann Mottinger. Katrina Schilke, Vera Brooks. Roberta Meyer. Sue Schultz, Mary Nichols, janet Price, Hedwig Fischer, Catherine Cervin, Claire Dyckman, Eileen Zimmerman, Mari- lyn Griffin, Xurlrey Winkler. 5111 row: Stephen Mitchell, Bill Roberts, Ernie Kaeslau, jerti' Bellman, l-'ran Dulczewski. Bill 'I olier. Clztrl Staplin, Doug lfreeth. .lim Xntlrews. john Hofmann. XN'alter Flinkman, Vllarren Troust. Rick Messe, Bill Stillinger Doug YN't'oper. Don Root, Dick Starr, Ron Schoenle. N01 PirI11t'f'rl.' Marjorie Cameron. 9th GR DE CHOIR A '71, L ws-yi' A 3, Ml ,t Ist row: Pat Long, Connie Mannes, Nancy Code, Nancy Beckwith, Lola Skidmore, Beverly Turner, Sandra Perry, Jeanne Davis. 2nd row: Nancy Milks, Sally Sprague, Barb Jackson, Le Anne Jensen, Anne Austin, Ralpha Dosberg, Marsha Soldineer, Allison Craig, Carol Loch, Pat Cravener, Roberta Gotthelf. 3711 row: Chester NVeir, Roger Priore, Roger Wilhelm, Paula Ziebarth, Bill Bellanca, Dave Hegg, Dean Basil, Rocky Ford, Paul Kremers, Arthur Hinkley, Bill Schwable. THE TOWER - 98 v 3.5 , . JR. HIGH GIRL ' CHGH Qseeiiswiiqiifgfm is gba p P e B f 43530 'n tQT','11- 1? 1 33- 3. I in Ist raw: Mary Ann Spoor, Elizabeth Balk, Myrle Canter, Judy Kulp, Sue Cook, Sue McAllister, Sue Benson, Karen Witt, Anne Mitchell, Onnalie Elliott, Kay Haas. 2nd row: Karla Swartzel, Gail Sachs, Judy Ilarbison, Elaine Myers, Carol Springborn, Glenda Swartzel, Irene Sachs, Eleanor Laundy, Carol Strommer, Margaret Davis, Phyllis, Geisler, Judy Williams, Joberta Schriver, Sue Christman, Peggy Priest, Gail Briggs, Diane Duffin, Mr. Reitz. 3rd row: Carol Vilardo, Marilyn Ryan, Elaine Kingsly, Sue Mummery, Marge Genrich, Bonnilyn Roy, Brenda Klaiber, Carol Mueller, Karen Rhodes, Marcia Granger, Katty Meyers, Marcia Bernhoft, Robin Askin, Arlene Giolando, Barbara Tutton, Lynne Bigelow, Judy Price. 4th row: Pat Swanson, Barb Conte, Carol Rinker, Bonnie Martin, Christine Jacobs, Maxine McCaffery, Gail Sinclair, Margaret Rollinger, Barb Spencer, Nancy Roosa, Louise Hoddon, Carol Meyer, Carol Marsh, Marion Zupa. JR. HIGH BGY ' CHGIR 531 ii naman ,W,,,, 1 ,f Zi I . , -fl .., , 'Q X' I V X lst row: Jay Allsesser, Ray Shelly, Gregory Guilbualt, Kurt Gebhardt, Jack McKinley, Ed Pettis, David Grotke, Jim Trafton, Bob Stieslinger, Dick Grando, Doug Andres, Mr. Reitz. 2nd row: Don lVilhelm, Peter Elskamp, Gary Andres, Vincent DeJ0seph, Merrill Trefzer, Dick Valone, Jim Blechinger, Dave Haller, Charles Pettis, Fred Weinhold, Bob Craig, Clint Ackerman. 3rd row: Martin Young, Gary Tunmore, Dick DuBois, Tyler Dunn, Jack Watson, Torn Trimble, Robert D'Esopa, John Shuck, Roy Smith, Chris Kraatz. 4th row: Joe Roberts, Bruce Pfeiffer, Elliott Larson, Marshall Kremers, Sam W'inner, Harry Scull, Bob Cook, Heath W'est, Tommy Culver, Gary Santmire, Ted Totman, Ron Voisard, Dean Soldineer, THE TOWER - 99 ta Q -ffl Zh TRI G E EMBLE 4 Sandra llifndl, DCIIHV Galvin, Audrey Lee Ann Jensen, Lois Petrunick, Ariz ne Hurd, Elizabeth Snyder. Landerville, jean Ogden. sc fc we i 2 5 ' 1 ' s jim Baldwin. Phyllis llurtl. Phyllis YN'hithead, Richard Deichman. JR. RED CROSS COUNClL SENIOR HIGH- Ist row: Rachel Koser, Jeanette Cave, Elaine French, W'illiam Gillrnan. 2nd row: Hedwig Fisher, Loris Willert, Ann Pheiffer, V Ann Mottinqer, Lynn Miller, Patricia V Scott. fini row: Carol Lenz, Patricia Caldwell, Carl Staplin. THE TOWVER ' 100 I -vs 1' I,- .-- 'fl-Qi Ai JUNIOR HIGH - Ann Mitchell, Di- ana Hurley, Kay Haas, Marcia Granger, o Hartke Miss Hilde brand Advis- Jy I 4, - ' -1 C orl. Shirley Cook. gy I 3, -g,,'vt,,,,.q..., 5,1 1' "fe Ixt row: Marg Peters, Roma Mueller, Martha Taugher, Jay Beck, Mr. Lape, advisor, Myrna Hadley, Bill Elliot. 2nd row Bob Monroe, June Breu, Nancy Bruce, Nan Beard, Sue Dealy, Anne Hershiser, Georgia Dc-mopolous, jerry Bellman 3rd row: Marg Smith, Don Dean, Clare Braunlich, Ernest Gardow, Katrina Schillike, Carl Staplin, Sally Henry, Bob Miller Ei 'gl 1 if i T liz? ' rff.-fl f'-Qidlz , 'WYE ATIO L H0 0R SOCIETY The Amherst Chapter of the National Honor Soci etx IS under the able leadership of Mr Richard Lape Each xear there are two 1n1t1at1on ceremonies in which the upper 23 per cent of the Senior class and the upper 3 per cent of the unior class are taken in. These people must have the liOllONN'lf1f' qualities: Char- acter scholarship leadership and service. The members of the Amherst Chapter maintain a supply store for the use of the students, The proceeds from this store and also from the "Winter YN hirl Q towards two scholarships offered to the outstandinf Senior ,irl and boy. THE TOWER 101 '13 PAIH I 9--J Ii! roar: Betsy Smith, Gail Pennoyer, I7i.inna YYarren, Pat Bueeehi, Naney Milks, Barbara Thayer, Sally Crout, Phyllis YYliithe:ul, Pat Radley. fm! row: Caroline Mn'Knif:ht, Arline Landreville, Helen Dax, Esther lYintielcl, ,lay Berk, Kiarv Yirholls, Cynthia Denny, Marion Pfrender, Alive Youngblood, Carol Bitterman. fin! mir: Barbara lilake, Joanne Clewis, Carol Dietrirh, Katherine Vincent, Pat Carpenter, Lois Sehmidt, Nfrs. lleuser. lfranees Bierwagen, Sally Brydon, Kerin Clevenger, Jeanette Brzxnston, Sally Krull, Ruthanne Eueert. 'Nh row: Don Henderson, Franeis Dulezewski, Paul Collins, llelen Murray, Pat Gravener, Roberta Kuehner, Marilyn Greenawalt, Barbara Kelly, Mary Hagen, Bob Zimdahl, Jack Sorrensen, Bob Lindberg. Absent: Donna Klumpp, Margaret Laeher. LANGUAGE L B The officers of the Spanish Club provided a very The Latin Club, under the leadership of President interesting program for the members this year, includ- Roberta Meyer, Secretary Alice Youngblood, Histor- ing a Christmas party with a colorful PINATA, sev- ian Ann Mottinger, and the advisor, Miss D'Amico, eral speakers and movies that described life in various has undertaken a number of interesting projects. In its Spanish-speaking countries, and plenty of time for Hrst year of operation, the club has composed a con- singing and folk-dancing. The oflieers are Jay Beck, stitution and seen a modern movie of old Rome. A president, Esther XN'infield, vice-president, Cynthia banquet, with all the Roman tradition was one of the Denny, treasurer, and Mary Nicolls, secretary. Mrs. highlights of the year. Heuser is the advisor. Ist row: Jane Watson, Arlene Hulse, Lois Petrunie, Aliee Youngblood, Miss D'Amico, Georgia Demopolous, Roberta Meyer, Gail Pennoyer, Judy Braun, Jennie Giolando. 2nd row: Carol Keating, Caroline Gaul, Judy W'alker, Carol Snyder, Donna Troneatti, Janet Rutherford, Eunice Jones, Ann Mottinger, Margie Wightman, Marlene Foeller. 3rd row: Beverly Lutz, Pat Caldwell, Bob Voelkle Peter Murphy, Peter WVitt, Bob Youngblood, Janet Swift, Mary Lou Fiseus. lfo 1 THE TOWER FRE CH CLUB Ist row: Dianna Roizqer, Barbara Yan Lunger, Phyllis Hurd, Marie Kahabko, Lyndia Messenger, janet XN'ilson, Audrey Yastola, Bev Skinner, Barbara Harvey, Sally McCarthy, Catherine Girvin, Carol Brown. 2nd row: ,lean Hubbard, Nancy lfnderwood, Marqretta Beishline, Delma Santamauro, Pat Sebring, Sue Ccrnold, Georgia Demopolous, Bliss Enea, Esther W'infield, Ruth Pellman, Marly'n lN'aqncr, fylarlene lN'erner, Blaruaret Phillips, fwlarjorie Darling. ffrd row: Jean Ogden, Carolyn Mc'KniL:l1t, Gwen lludson, Nancy Evans, Sylvia Fraser, Kathryn Vincent, Marsha Soldineer, Kay lYalker, Elivabeth ,Iansr-n, Ralpha Dosbcru, Nancy Noble, Claire Dyckman, Margery' Peters, Yivian Judue, Annie Pane, Elaine Davidson, fxlargaret lYarner, Linda Hauck, Dolores Skill. 4th row: Dale Henson, Elmer llaas, Thomas Radice, Sandy lfreeth, Louis Shosho, Michael Graver, Norman Smith, Edward Gibeau, ,lack CiI'l771lfll, David Lumsden, lN'illiam Tozier, Phil Hedges, W'illiam Gright, songs and Mr. Wilkens' slides and narratives on his Frank Harlem. A Christmas Party, a theater party, movies, and guest speakers were some of the things enjoyed by the French Club this year. The officers, President Georgia Demopoulous, Vice-President Esther YVin- field, Secretary Sue Gernold, Treasurer Mary Bauer, Advisor Miss Enea, and the club members all com- bined their talents to present the Mardi Gras Dance, and to have another one of their annual picnics. The DEUTSCHLERNERBUND, better known as the German Club, has had a very eventful year. President Ernest Gardow, Vice President Margaret Smith, Secretary Roma Mueller, Treasurer Bob Mil- ler, Historian Clare Braunlich, and Mr. VVilkens, the advisor, have guided the club into many interesting activities, such as a KAFFEEKLATSCH, a picnic, and the annual farewell dinner. lkiuch enjoyed at vari- ous times during the year were the traditional German recent trip to Germany. Ist row: Peter Murphy, Tom Trimble, Clair Braunlich, Mr, Wilkins, advisor, Ernest Gardow, Marg Smith, Roma Mueller, Richard Sranda, James Belchineer. 2nd row: Naomi Barth, Norine Staley, Eleanore Hoffman, Judy lNiedler, Merle Carter, Doris Dryer, Carol Lock, Mary Lou Dickens, Eda Gilkey, Hedwig Fischer, Marge Peters, Joanna Clarke, Penny Peterson, Marlyn Wagner, Marian Pfrender, Sue Schultz. 3rd row: john VVilcox, Dave llolloman, Don McCullen, Doug Volgenau, Ken Braden, Micheal Van Hoff, Ronald McCormick, XVharee Rhodes, Harry Scull, Chuck Croco, Bob Manske, Carl Seidl, Robert Mitchell, John Louehland, Richard Earl, Leo Neuman, Gil Elden. 4th row: Harry Hain, Larry Miller, Gerry Gertis, Al Gulas, Dan Schubert, Chuck Specht, Larry Stroh, Frank Parsons, Paul Dahmer, Alan Dunbar, Don Gertis, Ken YanMechlin, Bob Kinghorn, john Geintz, Calvin Ackerman, Peter Sckeler, Frank Lombardo. Tom Osborne. ll CLUB DELTA CHAPTER During the past year the number of girls' Hi-Y clubs at Amherst has increased to four with the addi- tion of the Larnda Qseventh and eighth gradel Chap- ter to the Epsilon, Digamma and Tri-delta divisions. The purpose of Hi-Y is hto create, maintain, and extend throughout the school, home, and community, high standards of Christian Character." In accord- ance with this, the members helped in door-to-door campaign for the Community Chest Drive, sent bas- kets to needy families at holiday times, knit small DIGAMMA CHAPTER THE TOWER ' 104 Hadley, Georgia Demopo Anne Salisburry. 2nd row Roma Mueller, Pat Ja thia Denny, Ecla Gilke Peters, Marlyn Wagner Stage, Mary Lou Dickens Day, Alice Youngblood. GIRL ' HI-Y blankets for the Veteran's Hospital, and joined in the project of again adopting a Greek war orphan. They also inducted the new Williamsville Girls' Hi-Y clubs and visited the Temple Beth Zion with the purpose of better understanding other religions. In the line of recreation were joint meetings with Amherst Hi-Ys and those from other schools: parties, talent nights, and weiner roasts. Several speakers, panel discussions, and movies were found profitable. Ist row: Lois Petrunick, Esther Winfield, Carol Dietrich, Gail Pennoyer, Joyce Sieberl, Jane Blac- Ness. 2nd row: Elinor Hoffman, Beverly Lutz, Janet Miller, Ray Walker, Adrienne Naumann, Pat Caldwell, Roberta Mey- ers, Helen Murray, Pat Reirnan, Jean Jenkins, Shirley Weiner. Kird row: Marilyn Meyers, Carol Keating, Janet Smith, Lydia Messenger, Barbara YValker, Sally Brydon, Betty Jansen, Carol Sny- der, Carol Peters, Judy Walker, Barbara Krum- meck, Doris Willert, Mar- jorie Cameron. lst row: Betsy Ogilvie Ruth Pellman, Myrna lous, Marian Pfrender cobs, Sue Gernold, Cyn- Katrina Schillke, Margie Joann Conn, Marlene Werner, Jean Ogden. 3rd row: Kay liachman, Viv- ian Judge, Sarah Jo Walk- er, SallyAlc-xander, Donna Clare Braunlich, Heleri lit row: 'lied Springstead, Paul Dahmer, hir. Rosen- berry, Dick Cook, Bill El- liot, jay Beck. 2nd 70LL'f Bob llohlstein, Peter Witt, Russ Harter, Phil XN'hite- law, Warren Troust, Doug Freeth, Steve Staggs, Bill jones, Chuck Davis. fini row: Paul Santmire, Bruce Ziegler, George Beck, Ted Nichols, Carl Sc-itll, Cliff Baum, Don Got-tzman, Bob lwfonroe. HI-Y ALPHA CHAPTER The Boys' Hi-Y clubs consist of the Junior Boys', the Alpha Boys' and the Beta Boys' divisions. The club itself is organized "to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school, home, and com- munity, high standards of Christian character." Hi-Y has three other sides: physical, mental, and social, which it also stresses. With this as a goal, the meetings vary from swimming and gym meetings, wrestling BETA CHAPTER demonstrations and joint meetings, to speakers, mov- ies, discussions and sleigh rides. To balance this, they contributed to charitable organizations, helped to take tickets at football games, and helped to create an in- terest in starting Hi-Y clubs in surrounding schools. They, too, joined in the project of adopting a Greek war orphan. A 4 Q Ist row: Bob Youngblood, Bob Yannier, Walt Man- ske, Mr. Halm, Bob Zim- dahl, Chuck Smith. 2nd row: Don Brown, Dick Hoods, Bob Kinghorn, john Heintz, .lim Bald- win, Howie Tyrrel, Gil Eldon, jack Bissel. 3rd row: Chuck Croco, Al Schintzius, Bill Wittig, Bill Galvin, Jack Grizzard, Bill Little, Don Dean, Harry Hain. THE TOWER ' 103 I TER HI-Y COUNCIL This new organization formed to co-ordinate the activities of all the Hi-Ys at Amherst, has prospered under the leadership of Boz Zimdahl. It is composed of a delegate and the president from each Hi-Y club. This year the new offices of treasurer and secretary were added to the executive staff, and a constitution was drawn up, accepted, and approved by all the JUNIOR GIRLS' HI-Y Ixt row: Katherine Nich- olson, Sally Hart, Ralpha Dosberg, Doris Dickerson, Ann Austin, Nancy Beck- with, Patricia Zimdahl, Carol Meyers. 2nd row: Sylvia Dean, Carolyn Allespach, Lola Skidmore, Sally Sprague, Pat Grav- iner, Lynne Morris, Mar- ian Zupa, Joyce Wheat. 3rd row.' Barbara Clark, Patricia West, Rosemary Graver, Sara Brown, Doris Dryer, Jeanette Portius, Allison Craig, Joyce Hicks, Carol Gilkey, Molly Tur- ner, Jane Salisburg. Hi-Y clubs. Through this organization the Hi-Ys presented their second annual "Turkey Twirl" to help in the cost of adopting the Greek war orphan. More was done than ever before to help our orphan. All the joint meetings of the Amherst Hi-Y clubs were sponsored by the Inter Hi-Y Council. Junior Boys' Hi-Y Ist row: Mr. Blish, Harry Goetzman, Gary Smith, Gary Tunmore, Craig Wratten, Paul Schonewolf, Fried Heim. 2nd row: Todd Smith, Richard Hadley, Jack Elliott, Mike Barnes, Mike Ferrick, Bruce Exenson, Don Hackett, Charles Pettis, John Christie. 3rd row: Eddie Pettis, John Sorenson, Gordon Myers Bob Linkner, John Cummings, David Kreamers, Richard DuBois, Dave Baldwin, John Brunner, Robert D'Es0pa. THE TOWER ' 106 PHYSICS CL B 1 Ist row Barbara Walker MHIQIC Peters Katrina Schlllnke Allce Youngblood Camlle Sakowskl Ernest Gardow Paul Santmrre Walt Manske C11 Elden Frank Cambardo Mr Ungerer 2nd row Bob Youngblood Bob ORourke ack Blssel Howard Tyrell Paul Haas Ken Van Mechlen Marvm Kantor Leo Neuman Bob Voelkle John Hemtz Harry Ham 3rd row Peter Murphy Bruce Zregler Dan Schubert Frank Parsons Dxck Lumsden Chuck Smlth Chuck Croco Don Rxce Ron Hettlck Chuck Davxs The Physlcs Club IS a member of the Sclence Clubs of Amer1ca Its purpose IS to encourage the physxcs student who IS mterested 1n outslde work along that l1ne Th1s year the members partlclpated ln field IFIPS demonstrauons, etc Mr Ungerer 15 advlsor and the officers were Ernest Gardow presldent, G11 Elden v1ce presxdent, Paul Santrrure, secretary Walter Man ske, treasurer BIOLOGY CL B The Blology Club, one of the Sclence Clubs of Amer1ca has mformal weekly meetmgs at whxch the members look 1nto varxous tOPlCS of mterest Through out the year there have been demonstratlons d1SSCC txons, and student lectures WY. 1 Isl row Mr Lape advisor Roma Kramer Nancy Conn, Jean Wmley Clare Braunllch Manlyn Wagner 2nd row Blll Roberts Joanne Muller Marllyn Meyers Carol Peters Eun xce Jones, Tom Osborne 3rd row Wells Anderson, Ronald MCCOfmlCk, Barbara Sturmer, Lols Schmldt, Janet Smith, Barbara Blake, Dxana Sawyer THE TOWER - 107 F ' 'I :, I 5 ' , f 1 Q, A for fa. K V 1 1 E ' '- 5 I I r , fr , , . - ' xxk X. L' -I 1 K 9 . 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 7 1 1 ' ' -' , . . . 1 1.l 1 . 1. 1 1 K 1 1 1 1 I - : -1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ' 9 . . , 1 9 ' ' J - , - r ' if 4 - ' ',"'Q,i-f I ' ' 1 xv 1' I 1 1 . ' '. 1 14 V 1 1 ' . Y ' 1"-r 0 th GR DE Ist row: Pat West, RussieaTighe, Mareia Granger, Doreen Wood, Marjorie Eekhert. 2nd row: Maleoliri Van Dyke, Paul Rich, Barbara Brown, Merrill Trefger, Gary Tumnore. 3rd row: Sue Van Lunger, Gary Santmire, Dorothy Clifford, Roberta Lan- del, Joanne W'i1liston, Helen Erkkila. t,,, Ml 1-v 1: ,-.. a f if ,U we L, -ff: QZ21111-.1 ffijsi? B if-L. JU IOR lll TORIC L 0ClETlE 9th GRADE lst row: Dawn Koch, Maryln Wagner, Marilyn Dienstbier, Syl- via Dean. 2nd row: Judy Lar- wood, Roberta Kuehner, Ann Austin, Paul Schonewolf, Myrle Carter, 3rd row: Archie Dean, Barbara Harvey, Francis Dul- Czewski, Doris Dickerson. , .,..., 2 M, .,. . .'f. I1 7, ,nn I 'A emi' 7th GRADE Ist row: Danny Donaldson, Nor- man Kosmerl, Donna Di Pas- quale, Joberta Schreiber, Henry McCloud, Jim Ragton, Dave Grothe. 2nd row: Jackie Green, Gail Sacks, April Neese, Arnold Johnathan, Helen Thomson, Ca- mile Mcllormic, Kathy Meyers, Carol Stromer. 31d row: Barbara Bern, Joe Sullivan, Paul Gal- leth, Carol Rinker, Lonny Voi- said, John Shuck, Bob Kraig, Bob Steislinger, Keith Rhodes. 4th row: Bill Schreiber, Jim Hayes, Jim Mack, Ray Smith, Jerry YN'alker, Fred Manske, Ronny Beck, Don Wilhelm, Joy Hartke. TOYVER ' 108 H0 EMAKI G L B ,...s,. gm NX if 'Q- 19' ,:-0'-.fx Ist row Mxss Srmpson Sue Gernold Phwllls Whlthead Cynthna Denny 2nd rod. Marllyn Walters Irene Z1emb'1 Mary Allen Weber Helen Dax Barbara Catalano 3rd row Barbara Mlles Audrey Wehrle Barbara Walker Jane Rolfe -Xrlene Denall ox Krlschan 4th rou. Carolyn McKnight Cormne Landel Barbara Sturmer Pegqx Peterson Nancy Parks Norma Luck Barbara Blake The un1or Sclence club offers to unlor Hlgh stu The Homemakmg club under the dxrectlon of MISS dents opportunltles for furthermg mterest ln varxous Slmpson carrxes on act1x1t1es related to cookmg sew SCICHCCS through lectures movxes, and field trlps Mr mg and other types of Home Economxcs, as well as Bowman IS the adv1sor char1table projects JR SCIENCE CL B Ist row Susan Baer Merrxll Trefzer Pat West Kenneth jahraus David Mxller Gary Tunmore ludlth Slloka 2nd row lim Costelnl Frank Puffer Pat DlCkPfSOH Elane Prlor 'Sandra Bushy Eleanor Laundy, Davld Prlll, Charles Pettxs 'ini row Dlck Hadley, Ed Pettls, Paul Rlch, Dlck Chepell, Denny Galvin, Dxvxd Batson, Peter Elseamp, Carl H1 nson THE TOWER ' 109 3 , g Y I 1 - 1. ' , 3 My U Cm? r I - G, 'f ' - Y 1' :,--7 C - ' ' ,, ' X' C " A g- .1 ' Q Y . . . , h . I E7, ' ,. N 3 . A: X 4 ,, -' ' N 'Q rf? Q 5 X 0 ' C A N -. ' . , ' ' ' - , ' ,leywllk 0 wits! , .7 - e ,. 1 ' 111 gil", ,- ' 1, 11- t l 1 - - -' -' -7f - - 4. ?g'.'J:-ff, 'f 12 ' ' ' 'rf ,Z 5 ' 'ff f 1 Xia'- V A " - .- r 1 .V I I 1 V C '- 'lf 1 D 5 . , , v 4, , .', 4 4 1 1 , I .' 1 . s I 9 ' 1 ' s J ,V ' 'f . Y , 7 - 1 5 ' 1 .. , 1 ' 4 . ' 9 A , . J J .k D . , . . . . . K . . . . , . . V. . . , - , . . R , I ' 3 Q C v N " ' ' , Y . , i '11 1' f L N I , f17,,,.q C , 1-- ' : Y. I I D ! ' 3 ' 45 ! Y- I ' . 1 ' ' . l '. ' . '. A . ' JU IOR RT CLUB lit row: Virginia Haltburg, Sara Brown, YVilliam Jackson, Anita Hebel. 2nd row: Ellen Baenis, Pat Schadley, Corniel McKree, Catherina Nicholson, Miss Christensen. 3rd row: Igawn Koch, John Oehler, Kenzie MacKenzie, Mary Lou eters. Ist row: Marlyn Wagner, subscription manager, Clare Braunlich, editor, Joanna Clarke and Margery Peters, ass't editors. 2nd row: Bob Youngblood, Joy Vollbracht, Nancy Bruce, Joan Ackerman. 3rd row: Jay Beck, business editor, John Hohman, art editor, Alan Dunbar and Bob Voelkle, ass't editorsg Ernest Gardow, business manager. Not pictured: Dan Schubert, Shirley DuBois, ass't sub- scription editor, Audrey Vincent, typing editor, Ginger Johnson. THE TOWER ' 110 E l0R RT CLUB Front: Sue Dealy. Rear: Jean Jenkins, Audrey Winkler, Joan Ackerman, Judy Wlalker, John Hohman, Jim Baldwin. TRI D The Triad is the third and newest of Amherst pub- lications. It is an annual anthology containing creative writing from all the grades of the school. The staff hopes to encourage creative ability in all students as well as to provide entertainment for its readers. Under the supervision of Miss Waldow, the staff has collected, edited, proofread, typed, and published as much material as possible. The co-editors were Clare Braunlich, Joanna Clarke, and Robert Voelkleg art editor was John Hohman, business manager was Ernest Gardow. Audrey Vincent was in charge of typing. Marlyn Wagner and Shirley DuBois super- vised the subscription committee. Isl row: Camile Sakowski, Mrs. Hannel, Sally Bryden, Mrs. Jensen, Sally Saxille. 2nd row: Helen Day, Barbara Blake, Corinne Landel, Franklin Knox, Carolyn McKnight, Marilyn Walters. 3rd row: David Laures, Dennis Brown, Annette Bonesky, Doris Dickenson. NEWSPAPER CL R The purpose of the small but outstanding club of Amherst Cen- tral High School is "A Newspaper Within a Newspaper." The High School column is published in the Amherst Bee each week and con- tains news ori all activities at Am- herst. The group, which was or- ganized in 1945, is under the guidance of Mrs. Hannel. Don Dean is editor-in-chief. LIBRARY CLUB The Library Club assists Mrs. Hannel and Mrs. Trefzer in keep- ing our school library in order. There are always two of the mem- bers working in the library during and after school. During National Book VVeek the club holds a punch party for the faculty. This party is financed by selling books to the teachers during the school year. Sally Bry- don is in charge in keeping the accounts for this fund. Ist rou.': Mrs. Hannel, Doug McLernon, Myrna Hadley, Don Dean. 2nd row Camille Sakowski, judy Walker, Georgia Demopoulous, Alison Craig. 3rd row: Carl Seidl, Bill Little, Paul Santmire, Bill W'ittig, Sally Brydon. THE TOWER ' EXECUTIVE STAFF Ist rozr: Dorothy Meese, f V 4.3, Georgia Demopolous, Jay ' y Beck, Ernest Gardow, ' Marg Smith, Myrna Hadley. 2nd row: Carol Cahill, Martha Taugher, Carol Brown, Nancy Conn, Ileane Kunold, Anne Her- shiser, Harry Hain. 3rd row: Lee McBride, Shirley Behrens, Roma Mueller, Clare Braunlich, Chris Gillies, Sarah Joe Walker, Katrina Schillke. 4th row: Fran Dulczewski, Bill El- liot, Bill lNittig, Dan Schu- bert, Don Dean, Paul Collins. nm-MFT! T TLER STAFF The Tatler this year has been busier and more active than in any other year in the past. Under the excellent supervision of Mr. Gilbert and Mr. Gel- singer, the paper took on a new light in the organiza- tion of the articles and the staff. After each edition of the Taller, a meeting of the entire staff was held. GE ERAL TAFE THE TOWER 1 Each person had the opportunity to criticize and ex press their personal ideas in order to better the pub lication. Deadlines were set for the articles, rewriting and typing. Jay Beck, the editor, has done an excel lent job in carrying out the tradition of Amhersts newspaper, The Tatler. Isl row: Marilyn Meyers, Mary Ellen Weber, Barbara Catalano, Ellen-Brunner, Jeanette Cave, Rosemary Graver, Marian Chalmers, Mary Lou Fiscus, Audrey Winkler, joan Suede- meyer, Pat Reimann, Helene Schoenle. 2nd ww: Lois Petrunick, Shirley DuBois, Gail Roach, Carol Lock, joan Seefried, Pat Shamp, Angie Young, Donna W'ink, Arlene Halse. 3rd row: Eleanor Shisler, Janet Schnett, Bev- erly Thallman, Audrey Wchrle, Alice Young- blood, Betsy Ogilvie, Ruth Pellman, Marlene VV1-rner, Vivian Judge, janet Swift, Cathrine Girvin, Kathryn Vincent, Sandra Lindburg, Mary Messe, Darline Hoche, Kathie Radice, Marie Bane, Jean Talbot, Carol Dietrich, Pat Swanson. 41h row: Sarah jane McNcsse, Helene Green, Sue Gernold, Arlene Denall, Nancy Parks, Joy Kirschan, judy Walker, Margie Peters, Donna Stage, Barbara Van Lunger, Kay Backman, Gloria Lindamire, Carolyn Mc- Knight, Marilyn Walters, Marlyn Wagner. 5th row: Pat Willax, Sally Henry, Joy Voll- bracht, Sue Dealy, Audrey Miller, Sally Hart, Pat Jacobs, Camile Sakowski, Sally Grout, Sally McCarthy. Joanna Clarke, Sally Alex- ander, Nancy Noble. 6th row: Audrey Vodille, Shirley Simon, Mary Berger, Mac Burtwell, Marilyn Hopkins, Ginger Perrin, Marge Biddle- com, Doug Freeth, Peter Witt. Lou Di Pas- quale, Malcom Van Dyke, Paul Santmire, Carl Staplin. Holly Speller Paul Rich Ed Pettis Mr Patti CAdvisorl Charles Fink Ken Staplin Judy Kulp Iudy Murray Al Huber Tyler Dunn Jack OMara Denny Trudell Clinton Ackerman David Haller Gary Tunmore Seated Myrna Hadley Sarah o Walker chairman Slandmg Fran Dulc7ewsk1 Not pictured Paul Santmire Dorothy Scott Warren Troust Elizabeth Snyder, james Stangle, Sandra Ensminger fSec- retaryj, David Hogg fllhairmanb, Carol Sanders. JUNIOR HIGH ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Mr. Patti CAdvisorj, Janis Valenta, Rocky Ford, Charles Nei- mann, Ann Austin, Evelyn Kolbe, Lola Ann Skidmore, Don Hackett, Bob Rausch. SENIOR HIGH ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE C3 .si -ated M . o S - ct' Vx . LA . I r. J , ' . - A , o At the beginning of this year a group of seventh, various prominent students and members of the fac- . , J . .K H ,, .. . . . . : 1 . . , , . . .g . 9 ' 9 ' , - . . , l . . - u is , , ' - , eighth, and mnth graders were chosen by Mr Patti, the advisor to arrange and present all unlor High Assembly programs A few of the outstanding produc t1ons were the Pete Argiro Trio short plays a blind newspaper reporter Miss Smith and various presen tations by our choral and instrumental groups Also, the committee introduced a new feature called Meet the Student" and Meet the Teacher These inter xiews were designed to acquaint the studt nt body with ulty The Junior High Comm1ttee was hard put fre quently to dream up new attract1ons in a limited time, but they managed to make the deadline very well The Senior H1 h Assembly Commlttee plans the assemblies for the Sen1or High School Some of this years programs have been a discussion of student teacher relations, sports award days, and various speakers THE TOWER 113 PROJECTIO CREW The projectlon crew 3SSlStS teachers ID classroom films, assem bly mov1es and all other audlo usual alds Thelr actxx 1tlCS are not confmed to school hours as they also asslst 1n adult educatlon, church groups and other eyenmv aCt1V1t1CS Ist row Bob Bridlew John Hemtz 2nd row Bxll Dimels Wesley Kasomc Don Brown Robert Kung horn Dlrk Woods Tony Culxer Frled Heyn TAGE CREW The work accompllshed by this group of boys IS mdlspensable to the many aetlvmes carrled on at Amherst Constructlon of stage sets, l1ghtmg for the operetta Water Follles and all assembly programs are a few of the thmgs accomphshed by the untlrmg ef forts of the stage crew under the d1rect1on of Robert Bradley Seated Fred Ludwng Dlfli Calandra Alun ZICIID Sta mg Al Kosmerl Jon Bukford Ph1l1p Barber Ralph Mor row Ernxe Rose Bry In Werner THE TOWER 4 , y f, , , . if In -7 I I- L XI X I A . .I . f . X . X I ' 7 I 'y ' I I - ? I , A - . , I I y . V y . I I . x . X . 5 IIN S- ' s a 1 II - 9 . i R I ' - , I T . , , ,L I. z II ,. A L. - Q, . I 5 ' 1 Pl J . ' ,. V I M 1 X it - ' rf f . . , , :I L 1 ' c E , I , ,, AI , I i I, i , 2 V b J XJ El ,Lx A I I .I I I , I I I I. . . I ndI 'I I 1 1 I s 3 ' , , Z . C lx! ww: Mr. Cornell, director, Mary Berger, M4irly'n Wlagner, Anne Her- shiser, Auclrn-yYineent, Dorothy Meese. 2nd row: Warren Troust, Chuck Smith, Bill Little, Ernest Gardow, Ted Spring- stead, Marvin Kantor. Not pictured: Bob Zimdahl, Camille Sakowski. Cm Abby Rodiek .... Lulu Kung ...,.. SE 1011 PL Y Nov. 30-Der. 1, 1951 8:00 1-.M. Direftor ..... lNIr. YYilliam G. Cornell Student Director ..... Anne Ht-rshiser Genera! Adz'i.vor. . .Mr. Edward Orgek CAST order of appearaneel ................lNIarlyn XVagner . ...... Dorothy lwleese Charlotte Carlton. . . .... Camille Sakowski Don Carlton ..... Sheriff Preble .... Zadoe Grimes .... "Doc' Ferris. . . . The Professor. . . . . .Wlarren Troust . . . .Bob Zimdahl . . . . . . . .Bill Little . . . .Charles Smith ....Ernest Gardow Rev. Clarence Underhill .... ...lNIarvin Kantor Beulah Peek ............ ...... M ary Berger Dr. Gordon .... State Trooper. . . . . .Audrey Vincent . . . , . . .Ted Springstead by Parker Fennelly EUCKU01 an we ll MTH THE TOWER ' 116 th. .,-:'1:- '. .--ti-is A..'. ' ' .I-I ..- nl - - ,',-' "Q JU l0R PLAY C. vi Y 2 Ixt row Vlvlan Judqe Pat Jacobs Judy Leach 2nd row Jack Blssell Mxllle Wxckham Katherme Radxce Ronnie HEttlCh Marlene Werner Sue Harvey Bob Noelkle 3rd row J1mBaldw1n Joan Davev Sue Schultz Mary Nllcolls Allce Youngblood Ted Nxchols SEX EN SISTERS Edlth Fllxs Furm s March 9197 19V CAST fln order of the1r appearancej Terlxa Catherme Radlce L1za Mxldred Wlclxham Klara Marlene Wferner Katlnka Suzanne Schultz afl Susan Harx ev E a Ahce Youngblood Mrs Gyurkovlcs a vudow M1tZ1 Ferenz Horkoy Glda Radx lany Mary Nlcolls oan Dax ev R1chard Meese ames Baldum Colonel Radwlany Theodore N1chols Mnchael Sadnorffy Ronald Hettxeh Tom Telcld ohn Blssell Prompteri Vlxxan udge, udlth Leach Dzrector Mr lxlllldm G Cornell Student Dzrector Patrxcla F Jacobs GeneralAdv15er Mxss Elenora V H1ldebrand LOMMVI TEE LHAIRMENI Propertzes Patrlcxa Burt Program lfxrolxn MCKHlQht 'I zckets Phxlxp Hedges C astumes Jane Rolfe Stage C reu Robert Bradley l Shen Marllyn YN alters Publzcztp Thomas Peters THE lUXNFR 117 Q Rx L i l 5 . Q . A b.y S ' .............................. fl ll .......................... ' Janko ........................... Robert Voelkle " ............................. 'I ' J. .................... J ' " ' ...... ' .... J " t ' ........ '.: ............ ' 4,-' .S V ' J f J .....,... Walter E. Reitz Producer, Musical Director Eugene Kaza Associate Musical Director William G. Cornell Technical Director Stuart Beebe Stage Director Isabel Husband Dance Director John Krestic Business Director Marian Pfrender Student Musical Director Robert Bradley Stage Manager THE TOWER ' 118 THE RED MILL Music by Victor Herbert Lyrics by Henry Blossom February 14, 15, 16, 1952 8:30 P.M. "Con" Kidder ....................... Jerome Bellman 'KKid" Conner ....................... Ernest Kaeselau tTwo Americans "doing" Europe, Jan Van Borkem, Burgomaster of Katwyk-ann-Zee ........ Richard Cook Franz, Sheriff of Katwyk-ann-Zee ..... William Stillinger Willem, Keeper of the Red Mill Inn ..... Douglas Freeth Captain Karl Van Damm, Gretchen's lover . Warren Troust The Governor of Zeeland, engaged to Gretchen ................ James Andrews joshua Pennyfeather, Solicitor, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, touring Holland with his daughters .................. Richard Meese Gretchen, Burgomastefs daughter ........ Roberta Meyer Bertha, Burgomasterls sister ................ janet Price Tina, Barmaid, Wil1em's daughter ...... Martha Taugher Countess do la Fee, automobiling with her sons through Holland .............. Mary Nicolls v i .Y ff Y Q. ' Ag' I f s at BAZAAR ,l 1 X ,Jw ,,.,,..f-- - ....--v-F ' Car Wash Expert Polishing Accessories Dupont Spray Glass COAL In COKE NORM BEEBPS ESSO SERVICE H63 EGGERT ROAD Darwin 8. Kensington UN. 9789 EGGERTSVILLE HOWARD A. CLARK Licensed Manager and Owner STECK, LOCKWOOD and CLARK FUNERAL SERVICE y 2775 Main Street Buffalo, N. Y. PArlrside 88l6 Compliments of Al Weigel ...... DOROTHY BACHMAN Ron Evans ..... v' Rudy Gleason .. Norbert Beyer .. Jim Goergen Serg 1 Tom Peters ..Serg 4610 MAIN STREET SNYDER , THE TOWER ' 120 Compliments of VON S SUPER MARKET 4575 MAIN STREET CONSTRUCTION. INC. SNYDER N. Y O President Vice President Treasurer Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Sergeant at Arms Pledge Mistress Chaplain Historian FFICERS Shirley Behrens Nancy Beard Mary Lou Henderson Anne Hershiser Joy Vollbracht Shirley Simon Barbara Lanz Virginia Perrm Sue Jordan MEMBERS Jackie Anthony Joanne Benson Mary Berger Marge Biddlecom Ellen Brunner Barbara Brustad Pat Burke Carol Lee Cahill Jeanette Cave Rachel Koser Shirley Latinition Mary Anne Porter Diane Sawyer Dorothy Scott Nancy Sperry Sandra Swartzel Maryanne Talbot Audrey Vodille Millie Gillman Pat Willax Donna Wink Samet-Solvay Coke Heating Oils No we don,t Lehigh Valley An+hf.ea+. furnish igloosl gl ' T n " ' as 9 7, , sur li 'iii' 1 h + B 'la s I ' 'Nfl Am ers ul ers upp Y we have been tastefully furnishing A 'lf 8 Coal Corp. homes in Western New York since ' 1 J 1895. A, Q 5274 MAIN STREET WILLIAMSVILLE, N. Y. ' ' , w A-' Plaza 5064 , ' 'lt' . - " rm OUTFITTING CO. ,grgg-" :": A " Stoker Coal Smokeless Coal Bituminous 22336 .,:,1.,:g:49- I I 575 MAIN - 345 BROADWAY ':'::"' -'Md THE TOWER X..A.,', WILLIAMSVILLE MOTORS INC. PLaza 4050 PLaza 405i Home 61 California Dr, 5479 Main Sf. PLaza 5902 Williamsville GENRICH BUILDERS, INC. RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION A PROFESSION 4287 Main Slreef AM. 7484 RALPH E. SLAVEN Realfor 4000 Main Shoal UN 4000 Compliments to The Class of 1952 SIEGFRIED CONSTRUCTION CO. COIWPL IIIIEN TS OF 'I L 'Z Lamps Occasional Tables, Piclures, Decorarive Accessories THE BLUE WINDOW 3 LINCOLN RD., SNYDER, N. Y. UN. 7012 Your Neighborhood Source of Supply For all Planls ond Garden Supplies Caurreous Service - Prompl Allenlion FOUR WINDS FARM NURSERY INC. 4190 MAIN STREET EGGERTSVILLE To Fascinalo and Charm To Brighlen a Lovely Table To Cheer a Sick Friend Beauiiful Blooms For Every Occasion UNIVERSITY FLORIST We Deliver 3096 Main Slreef AM. I397 THE TOWER - 122 4 I xgigglf-f X., 4' ,SJ 1' Q1 . ,Lf-N L4 ' K of VS , ,I ,M gr .LN L! 7, v ! Q 22? ?"... A ," L .Ml ff 'Lf 0 5 akin - .5 ,M h GIBNEY-COFFMAN CORP. l7 LINCOLN ROAD SNYDER Castings and Forglngs CLEVELAND DRIVE CERAMICS Kilns -- Cones - Kiln Guard - Stills Glazes under and over China Paints Green Ware - Brushes - Tools - Slip 87 CLEVELAND DR. AM. 3111 SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHS Made By BEN SWAN 637 Main Sfreef in Buffalo WA. 8363 All Negalives Kepf For 5 Years For Duplicale Orders Compliments of Presidenl, Barbara Lanz Treasurer, lleane Kunold Sergeant-at-Arms, Mary Messe Vice Presidenf, Judy Leach Recording Secrelary, Joan Davey Pledge Mistress, Baraaro Brusrad Corresponding Secretary, Carol Brown Hisforian, Andrea Heywood Chaplain, Georgia Demopoulos Complimenls of BETTER HOMES REALTY Roberf B. and Carolyn M. Ledger 3670 HARLEM RD. NEAR CLEVELAND DR. Serving lhe Community since 7925 HOLZMAN DRY CLEANING Plant In Olilce 3833 Harlem Rd. lBetween Cleveland 8. Wehrlel Snyder, N. Y. PA. 7329 l THE TOYV ER in Jaqg, laws- . U YS -..T RV ?,3l3..:. ... .A , b A 1: L.- xf , I fr, P gn. A 1 I ffl", K by Q X ,V TQ- ' fsxff.."'f-'. . ' jfs" 4, , 5. 4 I rf y ul, 'J f' .' ' 1- CONGRATULATIONS fo fhe class of 1952 - Roy Fowler Vice President - Mary L - Carol Brow Treasurer - Paul Dchme ff' X 3 I ,l , r Q! LXQUQ STUDENT CCJUNCIL 124 J. ADRIAN SONS, INC. Fine Meafs Sausage Manufacfurers I750 and 2256 GENESEE STREET BUFFALO CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1952 ROTARY CLUB OF EGGERTSVILLE - SNYDER THE TOWER POPE'S MARKET Qualify Meals and Poul+ry Our Compliments To The Faculty and Sfudenl Body On Tlle Graduallon of the Class of T952 TRESIDDER REALTORS 4675 MAIN STREET SNYDER, N HUTT'S DAIRY BAR - LUNCHEONETTE The Place Where Young Folk Meef 55l6 Mein Sfreef Williamsville CallPA.2lIl or PL.I2Il TKTIUFZW 3595 MAIN STREET, Eesskrsvme PURE DRUGS L. N. WHISSEL LUMBER CO. INC. Complimenls of READ MOTORS CO.. INC. Your Dealer Buffalo Yard Williamsville Yard PA. l700 UN. 6063 Complere Kanmoro Yard Paris and Service RI. 2323 5546 MAIN STREET o wvLuAMsvlLLE B. and J. POLLUTRO. Inc. WHOLESALE ekocsks 808 Main Sfreef BulTalo. N. Y. Purveyors 'lo Hofels, Insiifufions, Hospiials, and Indusfrial Cafelerias ARTHUR L. BECK Cluarfered Life Underwriler Nalional Life of Vermonl T850 - T952 THE TOWER - 126 'Srila- vx 31 fi -- S, 7 "' 1. ss' WIESE FLORIST Phone PArkside 3551 SNYDER BUFFALO RINEBOLT HARDWARE 4545 Main Slreef Wasluingfon Marlo! UN 7403 WA 7.37 Qualify Home Mainlenance Supplies 4560 MAIN sneer SNYDER, N, Y, Phone AM. OIZ3 Delivery Service LOCKS HOME BAKERY UN. 3883 l 460 soum HARLEM ROAD AT KENSINGTON DRY CLEANING Try Our Homemade- Breads, Pies, Cakes, Rolls We Operefe 2200 Kensinglon Ave. oucnw our spedahy Our Own Plan? Snyder 2I, N. Y. Compliments of , JIMMY S Amherst 54: to 51.00 Store Ke'1Si'19'0f1 A'Hf1f'em for HARLEM AT KENSINGTON BUFFALO 21, N. Y. SHOP HERE Save Time and Money Ihe most delicious HAMBURGS 8. HOT DOGS Super Delicious SOFT ICE CREAM KENWAY DRUG STORE HARLEM AT KENSINGTON AVE. Prescripfions expertly compounded THE AMHERST BEE The Oiiicial Paper of Amlmersf Wifi: a Weekly Column of Amlwersl Cenlrel News Fine Job Prinfing - Smarl, Personalirad Sfafionery - Personalized Mafclies and Napkins 5564 MAIN STREET WILLIAMSVILLE THE TOWER NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Jay Beck Bill Elliott Myrna Hadley Martha Taugher Roma Mueller Margery Peters 'll lm A 1 V' 1551 1552 Vice President Joann Miller Sergeant at-Arms- Pat Burke Treasurer Mildred Wickham Pledge Mistress Christine Filipowlcz Recording Secretary Jeanette Cave Chaplain - Delma Santomauro Corresponding Secretary .loan Rmdfleisch Historian - Sandra Swartzel Am' BOONE OF BUFFALO Furniture, Carpets, Appliances, T-V, Hardware 2107 KENSINGTON AVENUE SNYDER 21, N. Y. Compliments Amherst Central Alumni Assn. GAMMA PHI SIGMA A I Q Qi President Roy Fowler Vice President Russell Gowland Treasurer Roger Nicholson Corresponding Sec. Bob Gowland Secretary Don Kern Pledge Master Hugh Miller Chaplain Jay Beck THE TOWER TOWN OF AMHERST OFFICIALS OFFER BEST WISHES TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1952 Supervisor - Eduard E. Metz Councilmen Edgar T. Barth D. Russell Conway Harry H. Scholl Edward E. Cook Town Attorney -Leland G. Davis Receiver of Taxes -Lawrence H. Hamilton Town Clerk - Harry R. Jones Superintendent of Highways - T. Theodore Jenzen Theodore E. Smith, Jr. -Justices of the Peace - Charles A. Hahl C. W. BEARD 81 COMPANY General Painting Contracting PA. 8536 0 2705 MAIN STREET Compliments of BROST MOTORS INC. GA. 8900 Dodge and Plymouth Distributors 1285-1291 Main Street, Bultalo THE TOWER 130 AVENUE LANDSCAPE PP' Q d PA 0041 220 KENSINGTON AVE tDARWIN ILT Illll?lPll3l Gamma xg-mafrafermly o 'fniernaixonei Rlplza Qmcqa Cllhaglet 5212 D 81 E MOTORS INC Will LINCOLN MERCURY CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ALPHA Z ETA FRATERNITY SHERIDAN CHINA SHOP Pfiy Gff UN 9879 NIAGARA FALLS BLVD AND SHERIDAN Compllmenfs of A FRIEND THE TOWER D 'g 'ng and Cansfrucvuon ,ffxxx Evergreens - Plants - Seeds I Gardening Su ies E ulpmen! and Tools . 1 Gar en Shop and Nursery X 'X T ,a l f Q Q . I8 . . The home of on Hanes! Deal 0 -. 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