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

 - Class of 1956

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1 1 x -if I g f L1 1,,3,,,'xx',4,,3g,f' 'J fl.-Q ,...-1.---- Y is 2 SENIOR PUBLICATION OF THE CLASS OF 1956 X ERS FOREWORD An integral part of each person's life is memories: the big things such . l ' ' ' as tie prom and the ball and little 1HC1ClCI1ES which ' ' are insig- nihcant to all but ourselves. Xvhen we think back upon our hi h 3 school days, we will remember our classes teachers and friends' et 1 1 Y the little things, passed by in our daily rush are also a part of Am- h .4 . . erst. The lone pan of overshoes left in the stacks, the fire alarm boxes and th S ' ' ' , e tudent C0llHC1l bulletin board all exemplify life at Amherst. Shared by students and faculty alike, these things make one building different from another. To those who know it Amherst is more th , an an empty shell di- vided into classrooms. It means knowled 'e, friendshi , 'o and dis- 8 P l Y appointment, victory and defeat. It is a period of our life 111 which we have matured and formed ideals which should never be com- promised. Through illustration and photographs, we have endeavored to portray familiar scenes about Amherst: scenes typical during the school da and after 3: 15, and all the thin s which make our life at Y S Amherst. il? , I ' . - H as-fa ' ' ,... , L . ui? - '-1 id I . 15. 6 -,f.'g'v.- V- g ...... f -'E FS ' 5, asa feufi 5 fa '23 1 ' lf ' '. r f f f 'l ,f - .va4.35- , ul .- 32' -H' an f zz skill 5 -AM V fi ' 1 1 ...5 :.-. " ,. ' bac awp., ,-3, I 4 2".f 0 'ef-,--Mig Q I:.5:,gv?,, ,. . pap? V' Q ' l ' if feuilgfg . G raf 4' Fl ivfiri ,fr it ' I 113 - at is:Js2..Hl31 S22 59 ...A .att V M. f- if r , , -f gggayfggig 'M' . ? f"'f" -fr:-W n . .. "i::"'13fZ' Iiiiifl iflfllimffllllll 'l it .- flu mi 5.3. s f- QL ' Q1 Mas if' ml! i ,w'f3's"' l5 ll3i2'5zzi1s 'Vill a 1 llmfq it . Mitra.. l:.?.rfn.,Mfu'2i.9rrBi . asiiittlli-af:??if.i ...serial DEDICATI MOIRA H. PARK The Senior Class of 1956 wishes to dedicate this "Tower" to Moira Haley Park, a member of the faculty who has given generously of her time, effort, and understanding. We wish her to know always, our appreciation for her encouragement and support. 5 F 5 CONTENTS SENIORS 19 SENIOR ALPHABET 47 SENIOR WILL AND PROP1-IECY 49 JUNIORS 51 SOPHOMORES 56 HALL OF FAME 61 SCHOOL CALENDAR 62-63 ACTIVITIES 64 BOYS' SPORTS 95 GIRLS' SPORTS 114 PATRONS 121 ADVERTISING 122 6 ADMI I TRATIO 'n P 9, ,J . ,n .u . Q ' Q Q.. 5. , ' e ' Q . , . 0.12-Z ' Q 1 1 , . RR. n sz 5 . 'W x Bunn. 2 0 . 43. Q, ,, ' ".'o'.:'.O:4. I .P 0 'Q .03-"X f. f' 'J -0 ,,u Q , .pn ov, -f -... ,'.g,,g,. ' ..- . Q QW' v' . X . Q asv Q H . .:'a,.' v . . Q 'O ,. . e-' 5 , o v'.'p,' . 40. . 4, ,'.g.g,d.K . . dv!-'Q' Q .. -. ,,.,., .. v"I'f' 'b .-f5'f37o"Z' .',5.fg-g.gb:.'.'o'. rqI'l's':'s . . 4 5.3,-,Q I-b'o,',' ge 'Q.'1- of 0 , , .-, , "-1431:-1-W, is -1. . 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Masterson, President, Mrs. D. O. Granger. Standing: Mr. I-I. Kenneth Hornburg, Dr. VV. Allan Fisher, Mr. john Maclnnis. The members of the Board of Education are hard-working, thoughtful people, who give muc of their time to help improve the school, and its programs. MR. LE ER Mr. Charles Lexer, the school district clerk, is responsible for handling all the business affairs of Amherst. His duties have increased greatly with the building of the new Junior High School. 7 h Q-sense. Philip A. Schweickhard, supervising principal, is the guiding light of Amherst. He directs the school program throughout the year and is coordlnator of the Junior and Senior High Schools. MR. SCHWEICKH RD MR. SCHELLER John D. Scheller is the Senior High principal. He has been away from school this year on a sabbatical leave to further his studies at the University of Bulfalo. However, Mr. Scheller cou1dn't resist an occasional visit to the school even while working hard on a doctorate degree. ,f X. 4, -s Q' r 'Ter F . 1 "' ' . ,lyk ffvzw-3 ,L , L 'vm-1: 13 . ,sf,,1+..1st ' Z , ' .- Q ,a ' '11 1 I In J ' . .1 -u . .pay ' 5 .fri " , ,.-,.4',,'151 49" J. H M ' 'r 1 1 -'f:'. 1. fir? ' - 435 F, V F. I 1 . i f ' il'5.3S502i45?Q . iii15i5i!55im ' Xt ra" ' 1 - 1 , ,' ' , nj f... . .-1 , -1 -I 1: 1' 151 f' 1 f 1 1. .al .1 . . 'V' if ig: QW 1 Jw. 1 if 1 :gl 1 , 11 J f U V a 'RR gl , 1 li. ern I Q' -J if Y I lv 1 K S 1., 41 C 3 X X ' l 1 , 1 t 3 :1 r 1 N V 4 I 11 ' , J: 1 ' 1 Iqwlp' '-11, , 1 Al' ' Yi .rl , 11 'ij' , ' I .. Li?-e I -U , I I .LL 1 I f .4311 , g..- 1 L' l 4, . . .1 1 A 'tri 1,2 ' R1 gl' ,514 ' ' .1 ' 1: in ' 11- 1 1' 1 ' 733'-' 'fm -1: -11,4 ,il X lk ' ,I .ei-" LQ." Vs' ,-4 1 I , Zi" .', , U , Y-. . '- , .. - L. 1 1 11" 5 -'-5-1: 5 ' " tv , r f ll? ' L' ' 'J ,K I ' 1' 11 Z5 ' ,: - 1 1 ..1.1f1.Mtu , fn ugly! 1 :Z , LJ .xl 1. X R QQ'-if . 'f ' . H ' f , , 1- '- f 13 .,.,.3, 1 5 ' ' ', . ' , ' 51... 1 1 .lc . 1 1 I MR. SCHAEFER Qi uf W' 'Paw l-Loy UONQQ ? J F if I l ,il-f L. Alan F. Schaefer holds the position of attendance officer and is constantly occupied with keeping track of Senior High pupils during the day. MRS. CCYER ' Emma Coyer, the school nurse, is on the alert for illness in the student body. 1 I - -fn. ,gi Inu 'PS 1 , r .3 M? ,, M.. wh' . vm., nz 1 J- . 4 r 4 -g-N ,, QE .13 Marian Metz and Arthur Pankow are twelfth grade counselors. Zi GUI MR. MUNSGN Donald Munson, head of the Guidance Depart- ment, capably served as Acting Principal in the absence of Mr. Scheller. N431 Margaret Carnahan, eleventh grade counselor Arthur Schuchardt, tenth grade counselor: Eliz abeth Williams, guidance secretary. s Planning your career Latest college news V. I 'Q H l 6 I mawss H H H' N -qv mv,-r Scholarship files fwxnl fs:- gear l 1 FACULTY GLI H , 79' T -- ' ' 1 ' Tf 'if'f"i i' ' - . l . V, l ,. W . i aw -if Q , . ju. if r .. W f I Y 1vfhLiqs2a'- , ' ' I,- I R wane O 'I ' - Q J u , J ,I . Elsie Waldow Janette Atkinson John Gelsinger Margaret Joseph Department Head WLT fr V ' ff 4 'L .v' if , ..,f , ' sm "ff 1' ,Vi-1 iff: f it!!! t iki Busm Lillian Gruener Marian Butt Department Head 12 Gertrude Rix Robert Halm Lillian Harter Morton Klayman Ruth Morris 'I Marian Metz iii I J john Krestic Charles Greene Walter F-Gill Department Head SCIENC ,ay e Yr' ,:, ,4 in ' I ' .-1-ni Hi N ,.,, ,A , 1-, .- I' .gt t fl -' ,ga-.' Richard Lape Abraham Cutcher Martin Kentner Elton Petersen William Schefler Glenn Ungerer Department Head , .- 'Li , I ' 'LJ joseph Azzarelli .,Q,, Pm, if mttr! ,. .1--qt, A ,sf eeee HISTORY M . .. H., . , 5 ii, 1 -, - 1' V". Q 'T All. 'L+ Ya- -' - 3 , iii ' ' 'H M. A. Gilbert Moira Park Robert Pomeroy MTH Robert Rowley Lawrence Benson Pauline Morri Department Head s Basil Rosenberry George Saltarelli Hubert Wilkens Mary D'Arnico Norma Enea Department Head Eleanor Heuser 1 3 FAC U LTY PHYSICA l a H I2DucATIo " V If . 'U H v Q kr " 3' agbf' f.g5??.z22rggg3 a2as., 7gsI,3XII-.java .9.f.4',?i".1'.ni1l ,Egg Milton Bergman Robert Hettler Isabel Husband Carolyn Krehbiel Department Head 5 I 2,8 ' f 'Ii I: .I .J l If lvvr 3 I Du TRI I RT Edward Orgek Robert Parr Robert Patelunas Robert Schonewolf William Weber Department Head HOME CQNOMICS f , Ei ,- II' Eleuora Hildebrand Jane Paeplow A 1? 1 :qzief - 55Jl2f7"Q I '. 'If I Myrtle Bang Ealean Hannel Art Librarian 14 if x 11 1'-D Hb E pa.. Mrs. Lucile Brunner, Mrs. Imogene Amo, Mrs. Pearl Petersen, Mrs. Marilyn Forbach, Mrs. Betty Archer, Mrs. Joyce Weller f-I Z- H'2- 42 3 795 ME WILL PASS WiLL YOU? STAFF Daily Bulletin Coming Up! 15 Graduatin ? Learnin IN MANY ACTIVITIES H I I I I, . . . with the help of counselors . . . In health . . . In recreation IN CRAFTS . . . wood work - - - POHCIY 16 , Soes On Through Life! Dr. Carl Minich - Director of Adult Education Mrs. Mary B. Parke - Specialist in Parent and Family Life Education Registrar- Mrs. Mary Kendall ALL YEAR ROUND row- . . . with the help of coffee . . . In liberal arts DAY on NIGHT r . . . in child study . . . in homemaking 17 'QR' john O. Robertson N' -G" fo I ni ' 5 J if . , ITWII1 W- BNHS 'llm ! Gebhard M. Thurnherr AINTENANC STAFF n I . . ...- V T 9 x 2: - H.. 1 , I , X as WEN W I '. 24 v i S fi W , ff in Qi - .,, if i QQ - - '12 CAFETERIA STAFF: Florence Brunner, Maude Shamp, Bessie Smith, Edith Clode, Rhoda Stitz, Mildred Hastreiter, Alice Klein, Sally Telesco. SIE IDRS H F,-7, . -'AS' ,'-' ,tflvq v!f.4:4-iw Q . . u .una-.-.".-.-0, Q.. wgsy ' f,nn,,,.. .,v,, '. o '.-.- 3.- ,Q xv,-, - 4 1, '.g..g.,4, .,-.5,. ' ov s- - as ,, H,-,-,',q'..' ,weve 5 -,.,.,..,.. 5. Ne, . 5 0 ' 5-'Af '- ' ve. . . 4 . I I A ' "'e4 IST ERIQAM H .1:Ef:liE7i15?3f.2122-k4'L'.Z5f ' ' bf' : K 353355131231 iv. ' ' 1 ' x Q X' in Q' .,+, -,n fff re o N . .-, . - lawn., Zh.. 'ef-Q-. as 1-1-.Q-g-, H25:aaf:E:g:-' 4.3.3.1-I-Z'Z'.'.' ,,-.-.'.'.g.g.-.'.g .-:-: X 34:13, Z. :-'-7 .'.'.'c, -' ,u4,'- , ., ' N A x , . , , SENIORS t f ws Bill johnson President " 1,13 ' Chris Snider l s w , X i r 5,1 l V ii X l I Av W 'gn ,fl v "I I ll- , 4- f Q, ml ' xx, 4 Q Q v ,5 fls , . px, V x Vice President ijt OFFICERS L3 Q, SENICJR CLASS COUNCIL t t 1 1 . , ,. V it C, 5 -.- , . ,-uni , M10 3 Row 1: Joanne Williston, Craig Wratten, Chris Snider, Bill Johnson, Peggy Strauch, Donna Danitz, Tom Cree. Row 2: Sue McAlIester, John Gillis, Pete Schmitt, Bruce Schmidt Bob Struebing, Cathie Voss. Q53 I H ll , ff' I ' - ' :Qi ' A 'll iv Y 'L X -, Y .. 'gg P94 l S3- Peggy Strauch 65' 0 C ASS HIGHLIGHT SENIOR CLASS ADVISERS Mrs. Janette Atkinson Mrs. Moira Park Mr, Martin Kentner Miss Norma Enea Mr. Abraham Cutcher Mr. Robert Pomeroy Miss Marian Metz Mr. John Gelsinger Mr. Basil Rosenberry AS SOPHO GRE Q o W F Ted Totman, President Craig YVratten, Vice President Senfor. ,H XD Lynne Morris, Treczsurei' L WATER Fo'-U55 johnette Hill, Secretary L...,..,. AS X OTH4-QX I5 A 9 N AS ' Mimosa HAS BEEN lv Q II A nnnnnatoh 20 The highlight of the sophomore year was the annual party, "Fancy Free," on April 30, 1954. Remember all the members of our class who proudly wore the multicolored, construction-paper "socks" that served as a reminder of our last class party. From now on there would be our class plays and formal dances. This was also the Hrst really big year as our class began to be seen and heard on our athletic teams, in the music department, and all other phases of Amherst life. JU IGRS: Rick DuBois, President Dick Gernold, Vice P-resident John Cummings, Treasurer ' Lynne Morris, Secretary Doreen Mfood, Acting Secretary Our Junior year will always be seen as one of our brightest years here. Origi- nality began to be our theme. To start the year ollf right, we won the prize for highest sales in the Student Council Magazine Drive. Then, on the nights of April 29 and 30, an unforgettable play, a wonderful cast, and a marvelous class re- sponded to the aid of the financial support of our prom. "Mother is a Freshman" was successful from all standpoints, and who will ever forget the "shopping" bags we carted faithfully for two days. On May 27, 1955, using a theme of "Moonlight and Roses" and the new gym, we honored the Seniors. Hence, the junior Prom was the sincere, beautiful result of our work. XfVe had truly become an integral part of Amherst life. SENIORS: Our Senior Play, "A Murder Has Been Arranged," was one of the most original plays held during our years here. Under the guise of being a "ghost," an un- earthly Figure toured our football field, while that night a member of the cast appeared under similar circumstances on the stage. The Senior Ball, with the theme a "Midwinter Dream" and a color scheme of silver, white, and blue proved worthy of not only its name, but the effort and hard work that had gone into making it a success. Dick Gernold and Peggy Strauch reigned as king and queen of the ball. The Seniors also served as editors of the "Tatler," "Tower," "Triad," and a "Tale of Two Tigers" with much success. Graduation is the hnal partingg we've Hnished our part at Amherst, and now it's time for others to take our places. Good-bye, Amherst, and thanks for the wonderful memories. 5,5 nfai? JE?- NLNHT MQSD 205 Q, 9+ 0 Wo wgof' vs X9 W ?fT"W,.-, 'f'Mfl""'Q'."' 'Q '.' ".'.""'IffQf.I'f fflff' ' ' ' ,. NKJ7 .,, 'viii xkl gl 4, I Y,- A, ,, ,335 K, s" l li .. -' ,l v V .,.. ,.,,.t.,.. ,Z L, , Z T' fr' L ul . ,.. t ,- L 1 -A ,A I 2, 1 lf X rx, 'eg T- , , Y 'V-1: -X J' U 'fs 1, Q an -. L 9 ' E 1' 'J M -' LY . s , - 4 Z ..,,, MH, .QA ,.. .W I W l 5 ff 1. ' J The height of scholastic achievement recognition of school service at Amherst is membership in Elie Amherst Chapter of 'f'V tliefNational HonorfSociety. Character, scholarship, leadersliiln, and service raliefthelfour necessaryglualities needed to attain mexnbershipfnul '1,, I Members of the Elononjociety niiiintaiiifya school supply ysliore whose proceeds are used to finance scholarship awards tb outstanding Seniors. A scholarship file and the presentationi, bfi two '-Honor Roll Plaquesrto,1hoinerooms are two other services rendered by tliisl,group'f'u,x 1 o,,, xi, 'A'. Lkv Z J 'Q I, Mr. Schuchardt l121Sltl1fS positioiifoft-advisbraand general supervisor. The elected oflicers were President,l-,lvlalissa Xiice President, lidgfettisz Secretary, Meryl Ann Keating, and Treasiqiifg, Dulicrisl jlack Watseii and Sue McAl1ester were in charge ofthe Honor Qsoeiety' store:-il l , 'inf lf, 1 V 1 f " , . 3, ii If , L fx ly, 1 .7 C ' 1' be tale, f l , ' i L r 'Dwi fi K..-..- , , , J 1, rf-yy.-VA-.-1.3, ,,,..D. -N ,.g m G.. ..-. ?.-v,- CD OR SOCIETY Row I: jack Watsen, Sue McAllester, Frank Puffer, Meryl Ann Keating, Malissa Lovell, Ed Petris, Rick DuBois, Martha Radley, Sara Brown. Row 2: Kit Nicholson, Barbara Clark, Booker Patter- son, Dave Batson, Bob Pfeffer, Dick Chappell, Dave Maurer, Annette Unfried, Cathie Voss, Pat West. Row 3: Marge Eckhert, Joanne Williston, Audrey Hurd, Carl Henson, Jim Rushing, Arno Wittig, John Gillis, Yvonne Schaclchlin, Bonnie Locher, Sue Baer. Row 4: Craig Wratten, Fred Smeader, Dick Vance, Joyce Hicks, Dick Gernold, Fritz Miller, Paul Newcomb, Tom Weir, Helen Erkkila. Not pictured: Don Maurer. 21 alll iii VIRGINIA ADAMS Ginny Hamilton High School, Hamilton, Ohio l, 2, 3 Hi-Y 4 French Club 4 JAMES ALBERT jim J-V Football l, 2 Wrestling Manager 2 Wrestling 4 Dance Committee 3 TRUDY ALLESPACH Trudy Hi-Y Vice President 3 Chorus 1 Volleyball 1, 2 Basketball 1, 3 Soccer 2, 3 Badminton 1, 2 Water Follies 4 Inter Hi-Y Council 3 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 German Club 4 Library Service Club 4 Tower 4 Tigcrettes 4 Dance Committees 3, Play Committees 3, 4 JOANNE AMBS Joanne Holy Angels l, 2, 3 Soccer 4 Bowling 4 CATHERINE ANDERSON Polly Mount St. Joseph's Academy ii l ,2, 3 I' ,.,T. X xjv GARY ANDRES Clyde Chorus l Football 2, 3, 4 Boxing Club 3 Play Committlee 3 MARCIA ANGELL Marcia Lee High School, Arlington, Virginia I, 2 3 Orchestra 4 Soccer 4 KENNETH ARNOLD Ace Soccer 2 Indoor Track 3 GLENNA RUTH AUSTIL Blondie Baseball 2 CAROL ANN AYCOTH Carol Sweet Home Central 1 Play Committee 3, 4 Dance Committee 3 CAROLE SUE BAER Carol Tower 4 Badminton 3, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 SUSAN BAER Sue Handbook Editor 4 Honol Society 4 Quill and Scroll 4 Student Council 2, 3, 4 Chorus l 2 field Hockey 2 Soccer 2 3 4 Water Follies l, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2 3 Badminton 3 German Club 2 Plfiv Committees 3, 4 Dance Committee 4 ROBERT BALSANO Bob B ndl 2 3 4 l l KATHLEEN LOUISE BANE Kathy Basltethall 1 2 Bowlmgl 2 3 4 Tigerettes 1 2, 3 Dance Committees 3 Play Committee 3 MICHAEL LAMBERT BARNES Mzke Student Council I Basketball l 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Biology Club 2 Play Committee Dance Committee 3 Q 1 1 '1 1' '4'F.f , ..' A' I X , ' ll' 5, up Water I'o ies l, 2, 3, 4 A 5 1Ai',.',,,N .4 -Q , 1 ,. of of Jn I ,-3, A 53 In Q' ,-- HI. -N, l 1 be l kid H. - A V- V A- s V' X. DAVID BATSON Dave Honor Society 3, 4 Hi-Y Vicc President 3 Hi-Y Secretary 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 1, 4 Operetta 3 Football 3, 4 Cross Country 1, 2 Ride 2 Bowling 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 French Club 2, 3 Science Club 1 Biology Club 3 Play Committee 3, 4 ANN LOUISE BEALER Mikey Sweet Home Central 1 Badminton 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2 Bowling 4 A'Cappella Choir 3, 4 Operetta 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 Dance Committee 3, 4 SUZANNE BENSON Bense Soccer 3, 4 Badminton 1, 3, 4 Bowling 3 Water Follies 1, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Play Committees 3 Dance Committees El, 4 JAMES BERCHOU Hat Rod German Club 2 BETTINA LOUISE BERGMAN Betz American Community School Paris, France 1 Badminton 3 F. T. A, 3, 4 French Club 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 Biology Club 3 Play Committee 4 Dance Committee 3, 4 ANNE BERRY Anne Badminton I Bowling I, 2 Archery' 2, 3 Ffl-.A. 3 Tigercttes 2 Hi-Y l, 2 Tatlcr 3 Tower 4 Play Committees 3, 4 JAMES BLECHINGER Bleak Chorus l, 2 Track 2, 3 Wrestling 4 Boxing Club 3 Home Room Sports 3 DONNA BONNER Donna A'Cappel1a 4 Sr. Mixed Chorus 3 Soccer 3, 4 Hockey 3, 4 Volleyball 3, 4 Bowling 3, 4 Basketball 2, 4 Water Follies 2, 3, 4 Badminton 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Tower 4 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 2, fl, 4 KURT BRADLEY Kurt Operetta 2, 3, 4 Sr. Mixed Chorus 2 A'Cnppella Choir 3, 4 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Stamp Club I Scenery Construction Crew 2 Tower 4 DONALD BRAUN Brownie Soccer 2 Golf 2, 3, 4 Basketball 4 E. EDWARD BRAYER 'Fade Nichols I, 2 l JOHN BRODII-I john Williamsville High School I, 2, 3 Dance Committee 4 BARBARA ANN BROWN Brownie Student Council l, 2 Class Council 3 French Club l Assembly Committee Water Follies 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1 Soccer l, 2 Dance Committee 2, 3 Play Committee 3, 4 BARBARA ANNE BROWN Barb Bennett High School l Orchestra 2, 5, 4 Operetta Orchestra 3, 4 String Ensemble 3, 4 Soccer 2 Badminton 2 Basketball 3, 4 Bowling 3, 4 Volleyball 3 Water Follies 3, 4 Swimming Team 3, 4 Tigerettes 3 Tower 4 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 SARA BROWN Sara Tatler Circulation Director 3 Tatler Business Manager 4 Inter Hi-Y Council 3 Honor Society 3, 4 Quill and Scroll 3, 4 Soccer l Badminton l, 2, 3, 4 Waterlfollies 1 Biology Club 2 Tower 4 Tatler 2 Triad 3, 4 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Play Committees 8, 4 Dance Committees I, 2, 3, 4 MARY ALYCE BRUSO Bruce Tatler Executive Staff 2, 3, 4 Quill and Scroll 3, 4 Spanish Club Treasurer 3 junior Class Council 3 Bowling 3, 4 Baseball 2 Tower 4 Tatler l, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 2, 3 Biology Club 2 Dance Committees 3, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 DAVE BUCKLEY Bucky PATRICIA BURGOYNE Patty Soccer 3, 4 Badminton 2, 3, 4 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3 Chorus 2 Senior Play Cast 4 Play Committee 3 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 EIZZABETH ANN BURNS zz Holy Angels Academy 1, 2 Girls' Sports Council Secretary 4 Girls' Sports Council 3, 4 Student Council 4 Sr. Class Council 4 Soccer 3, 4 Volleyball 3, 4 Basketball 3, 4 Water Follies 3, 4 Baseball 3, 4 Play Committees 3, 4- Dance Committee 3 ROBERT BURNS Burns Swimming 3 Play Committee 3 --I ' 2,5 -..i- 1 . 4, a,- FN .Q 'F J! ' ' PL,- f' .J X 'rf it ffl ' 'l L A 'glul RUTH BURRELL Ruthie Bennett High School I Basketball 3, 4 Badminton 2, 3, 4 Bowling 4 Tower 4 Tatler 3 Majorettes 4 V French Club 3 1 Hi-Y 2, 3 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 r, , 'Q CARL BUSH tt, . av. Finn., Wyse f Hi-Y 3, 4 EARL M. CAMPBELL Mack Student Council 1, 2 Football I, 2, 3, 4 Track l, 2, 3, 4 Dance Committee 3 Qi Q l 'J Q 'x Tl? by x l I J? K as EDWARD RONALD 3 l 1 l0,, CAMPBELL Ronnie Hi-Y President l Cross Country 3 Hi-Y 3 CHARLES CEDERMAN Chuck Wresthngl 2 3 4 I, . 4 K 4 li .17 A' iffftffkl b ' 'J 1 1 H U!" u- ,I ' 5 al I - I RICHERD L. CHAPPELL Die Student Council President 4 Freshman Class President l Honor Society 3, 4 Student Council 3, 4 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Swimming 1, 2, 5, 4 Tennis l, 2, 3, 4 Jr. Science Club I Biology Club 2 Senior Science Club 3, 4 Inter-School Math. Club 3, 4 French Club 1, 2 Play Committee 3 Dance Committee 3 HENRY J. CHUDY JR. Hunk Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 Tennis l, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 3, 4 BARBARA CLARK Clarkie Hi-Y Chaplain 3 Honor Society 4 Band l, 2, 3, 4 Badminton 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Hockey 2, 3 Soccer 2, 4 Bowling 2, 4 Volleyball 3, 4 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 French Club 2, 3, 4 Tower 4 Hi-Y Dance Committee 3, 4 International Ball Committee 3 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 SPENCER CLEVELAND Spencer Student Council 4 Band l, 2, 3, 4 Marching Band l, 2 Dance Band 2 Orchestra 1, 2 Football 3, 4 Wrestling 3, 4 Track 2 German Club 4 Play Committee 4 Dance Committee 4 DOROTHY CLIFFORD Dottie Spanish Club Vice Pres. 4 Spanish Club Secretary 3 Triad 4 F.T.A. 3- Basketball l Volleyball I Spanish Club l, 2, 3, 4 Dance Committee 1, 3 Play Committee 3, 4 ELIN SUSANNE COOK Sue Vice Pres. Sports Council 4 Amards 3 Thespians 3 A'Cappella Choir 3, 4 Mixed Chorus I, 2 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4 Soccer I, 2, 3, 4 Bfiwliflg 1, 2. 3, 4 Swimming Team 3, 4 Referee 3 YVater Follies 2 .3, 4 French Club l, 2, 3 Sports Council 3, 4 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Play Committee 3 Dance Committees 1, 3, 4 ROBERT COOK Bob Operetta I, 2 Cross Country 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2, 4 Indoor Track l, 2, 3 Football I Wrestling l, 2 Chorus 1, 2 THOMAS CREE Tom Senior Class Council 4 Operetta Committee 4 Cross Country l, 2, 3 Track 1, 2 Play Committee 3, 4 DENNIS CROLEY Denny Baseball 2 THOMAS CROSBY Tam Football 4 I MARGARET A. CRUIKSHANK Prim' Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Badminton l, 2 Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 Water Follies I, 2. 4 Play Committee 3 ANTHONY CULVER Tony Thespians 2, 3, 4 Stage Crew Manager 4 Stage Crew Asst. Manager 3 Stage Crew I, 2, 3, 4 5 JOHN CUMMINGS john Treasurer Jr, Class 3 Student Council 2 Cross Country 3, 4 Track l, 5 German Club 3 KATHLEEN CURRY Kathy Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Hockey 2 Bowling 3, 4 Basketball 4 Badminton 2, 3, 4 Basehall 3 Tower 4 Tatlcr 4 Biology Club 2 Play Committee 3, 4 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 SUYZANNE CUTLER . uc Sports Council 3, 4 Water Follies l, 2, 4 Basketball 5, 4 Volleyball 2 Badminton 2, 3 Baseball 2 Bowling l, 2, 3, 4 Soccer l Hockey 1 Spanish Club 2, 3 Tower 4 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 DONNA MARGUERITE DANITZ Don Student Council 4 Sports Council l Sr. Class Council 4 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Badminton l, 3 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 ADELE C. DAVIS Adele William Penn High Schoo Operetta 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 5 A'Cappella 4 Hockey 1, 2 Badminton 3, 4 Baseball 2 Bowling 4 Volleyball 3, 4 F.T.A. 4 Hi-Y 3 Operetta Committee 4 JOHN DETWILER Johnny Band 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 3, 4 German Club 3 Senior Science Club 3 SHARON DEYELI- Sherry Student Council 3, 4 Operetta 3, 4 Chorus 3 A'Cappella Choir 4 Badminton I, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 2, 3 Volleyball 2, 4 Bowling 3, 4 French Club 2 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 PRISCILLA DITTMAN Prix Bennett High School l, 2 Soccer 3, 4 lvater Follies 3 Bowling 3 Basketball 4 Badminton 4 Volleyball 4 Opcretta Committee 4 Tower 4 Play Committee fl Dance Committee 3, 4 BARBARA DREES Barb Baseball I, 2, El, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Archery I Volleyball I, 2 Soccer I, 2, 3, 4 Badminton 1, 2, 3 Hockey 4 Bowling 4 DORIS DRYER Dar Hi-Y President l Play Cast 4 jr. Assembly Committee I Choir I Sr. Mixed Choir 2 A'CappclIa Choir 4 0lDC1'CllH 2, 4 Badminton 4 Water I-'ollies 4 Taller 3 Tower 4 Gernian Club I, 2 Hi-Y l, 2 Dance Committee 4 RICHARD Du B015 Du Honor Society 3, 4 Honor Society Treasurer 4 Class President 3 HLY Vice President 2 Cross Country Captain 4 Class Council SI Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 Cross Country I, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y I Indoor Track 4 Tower 4 Play Committee 3 Dance Committees I, 2, 3. 4 IJIANNI-I IJUFFIN Den Mixed Chorus 2, El, 4 Tennis I, 2 Volleyball I Xtlatcr lfollim 2, fi 'liigerctles 2, fl Bowling 3 Swim 'I'e:ini fl Operetta 4 Spanish Club l Biology Club 2 Senior Science Club 4 Hi-Y I Tower 4 Play Committee 3, 4 Dance Committee 3, 4 J. TYLER DUNN Nero AICappella Choir President 4 Student Council 4 Class Play Cast 3, 4 Operetta Cast 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus I, 2 A'Cappella Choir 3, 4 Amards l Thcspians 2, 3, 4 Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3. 4 Baseball Scorer I, 2, 5, 4 Hi-Y I it -J JO.-KNNE M. DUNN jo A'CuppcIla 3, 4 Chorus l, 2 Opcrettn 2, Ii, -l Arc hcry I Watt-r Follies I, 2, 4 Student Council I Sports Council I latin Club 'S B ulimnton I 'I Basketball I Bowling I So tu I Iigcitttts 2 3 Pln Coinnutttu I 4 Dintt Cfllllllllllii 4 PXLL I DURKIN Durk St joseph s Collegiate Institutcl 2 Football 4 Rilie Team 4 I OUIF EBFR I ou Chorus 'S QS L S M 'IRIORIII J FClxHl RT Ilrngt Iouti lduol 4 Honor Souety I 4 Q, il mtl Sttoll I Biology C lub Statuary 2 Rillt Club licasutcr I Y l t is IILI Inter HI Y Countil ls Spo sfo t tter lollits I lhdminton P 3 4 Soccer Z sltctblll ' Hockey 'K 'atnior Sticntc Klub Tnler 2 'I Y l I unch C lub Dmcc COIHIIIIIICL I 3 Play Committee 3 IACK BENNY FI LIOTT Ben Band Vtcc President 4 Play Cm 4 nd I 7 Orciuttal Z 3 4 D. tice Band I Z 3 4 Operettal 2 3 4 Soccer 3 4 Bowling I '-YI 2. Biology Club 2 Cerman Club 2 ' Play Committee 3 4 Dance Committee 3, 4 PETER ELSKAMP Pele 4, .li . -10- Bowling 3 'l' " Q 'Q A ' far 6 i H xg l . ELAINE EMMS Elaine STEPHEN JAY EPSTEIN Steve Elmira Free Academy, Elimira. New York I Tower Executive Staff 4 Operetta Lead 3, 4 Cheerleader 4 Choir 2 A'C:1ppella 3, 4 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Football 4 Track 4 Tennis 2 Play Committee 3 Dance Committee 3 HELEN ESTER ERKKILA Hel Class Secretary l Honor Society 4 Student Council 3 Syracuse Citizenship Education Conference 3 Chorus 1, 2 Operetta 2 Soccer 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2 Volleyball 2 Water Follies 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y I Biology Club 2 Dance Committees I, 2, 3, 4 FRANK ERNST Pele St. Joseph's Collegiate Academy l, 2 Manilius Military Academy A'Cappella Choir 4 Operetta 4 3 ,+ 5- 5 N W 4- ,- N S.. -up- Q X 33611 1 . A 1 al at ik , 5... 1 w,f. BARBARA ANNE EULLER Bobbie Volleyball 3 Badminton 3 Bowling 4 Art Club 4 Newspaper Club 4 junior Red Cross Council 3, 4 Tower 4 F.T.A, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 Dance Committee 3 BARBARA ANN EVE Barb Volleyball 4 Badminton 3 Dance Committee 4 WVILLIAM FARNER Willie Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra l Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4 Dance Band 3, 4 Cross Country 2, 3, 4 Rifle Team 2, 3, 4 Track l. 2, 3, 4 Indoor Track 3. 4 Play Committee 3, 4 Dance Committee 3 PATRICIA ANN FIEGL Patty Senior Mixed Chorus 4 Operetta 4 Bowling 4 Tigerettes 3 Dance Committees 5, 4 Play Committee 3 SUZANNE. T. FIORELLA Suzi Mount St. Joseph Academy 1, 2 Basketball 3, 4 Hockey 4 Soccer 3, 4 Badminton 3, 4 Volleyball 4 Tower 4 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committee 3 MARGOT FLEMMING Margo French Club Secretary 4 Hockey 4 Soccer 4 Baseball 2, 4 Badminton 3, 4 Bowling 4 French Club 2, 3, 4 Water Follies I, 2, 4 Tower 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 BEVERLY FOIT Bonnie Sacred Heart Academy l, Tower Executive Stal? 4 Secretary Hi-Y 4 Archery 3 Hockey 3, 4 Soccer 3, 4 Water Follies 3 Badminton 3 Basketball 3, 4 Baseball 3, 4 Volleyball 4 Hi-Y 3, 4 Triad 4 Dance Committee 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 2 EARLDENE FORRESTER Dennie Bennett High School l Biology Club 2 F.'T.A. 3, 4 Hi-Y 2. 3, 4 Tigerettcs 3, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committee 3 PATRICK FOSTER Pat Play Committee Fl N ...wily- 1 lt CAROLE FRANCIS Sleepy Badminton 2, 3, 4 Swimming Team 4 Water Follies I Bowling 4 Baseball 2 Soccer 4 Archery 4 Tower 4 Cafe Staff 4 Play Committee 5, 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 ANNETTE FRAUSTINO Froxty Nardin Academy l, 2 Orchestra 3, 4 KAREN NANCY FREY Knrie Wvater Follies I, 2, 4 Badminton 3 Baseball l French Club 3, 4 F.T.A. 3, 4 'figerettcs 3 Play Committee 3, 4 Dance Committee 3, 4 DENNIS M. GALVIN Den Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4 String Quartet l Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Operetta Orchestra 2, 3, 4 Senior Play Cast 4 Hi-Y l, 3, 4 German Club 2, 3 Play Committee 3 Dance Committtee 2 EDWARD GATES Eddie Hi-Y 3, 4 JUDITI-I ANN GEORGE Judy Sports Council 2 Soccer 2, 3, 4 Volleyball l, 2 Bowling 2, 5, 4 Badminton 2, 3, 4 Water Follies 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees l, 2, 3, 4 MARY GERBER me 3 RCLEERT GOUP-LAY Mm German Club 1, 2 Baseball 2 . Bowling 4 H"Y 3' 4 , Play Committee 3 XM 1x , I ' ., U Q ,fx l.1'J53 2 , ,. , ,, 3.5 . tag: .1 ia.5' -H1242 f 1 , b iiiii RICHARD L. GERNOLD NORMAN GRACZYK Gem Norm Class Treasurer l Class Vice President 3 Class Council 3 Honor Society 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2 Golf 1, 2, 4 Play Committee Dance Committees 1, 2, 3 DUNCAN A. GILLIES Dune Football 2, 3 Track l, 3, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 JOHN GILLIS john Class Council 3, 4 Tatler Executive 2, 3, 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Student Council 2 Quill and Scroll 3, 4 Cross-Country 1, 2, 3, 4 Track l, 2, 3, 4 Basketball, Mgr. 2, 4 Tatler 2, 5, 4 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Newspaper Club 1, 2 Biology Club 2 Dance Committees 1, 3, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 JUDITH GLYNN Judy Sports Council President 4 Sports Council 1, 2, 3, 4 Hockey l, 2, 3, 4 Soccer I, 2, 3, 4 Swimming Team l, 2, 3, 4 Tennis 1, 2, 3 Water Follies I, 2, 3, 4 Archery 1, 2 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball l, 2 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 X, ., 1-. GAIL GRAEBER Gail Badminton 2 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2 Basketball 2 Water Follies 2, 3 Tower 4 Latin Club 2 Hi-Y 2 Biology Club 2 Tigerettes 2, 3 , 4 Dance Committees 1, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 RICHARD GRANDO Dick Student Council 3- Russian Club Secretary 2 Track Manager 3 Football Manager 1,2,3 Assembly Committee 4 German Club 1, 2, 3 Russian Club 2, 3 Tatler 2 Amherst Bee Writer 2, 3 International Ball Committee 3 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 2, 3 MARCIA GRANGER Marsh Quill and Scroll 4 Tower Executive Stall? 4 Vice President, Tigerettes 3 Senior Mixed Cho A'Cappel1a Choir Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4 Biology Club 2 Tatler 3 French Club 1, 2, Hi-Y 1, 2 junior Red Cross Tigerettes 2, 3 F.T.A, 3 Hockey 2, 3 Archery 1, 2 Soccer 2, 3 Play Committee 3 rus l, 2 3, 4 3 Council 1 JERALD GROSSKOPF Butch Kensington High School l, 2. . German Club 4 RONALD HALLBERG Ron DAVID HALLER Dave Mixed Chorus 2 A'Cappella Choir 3, 4 Operctta 2, 3, 4 Assembly Committee 1 German Club 2, 3 Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Inter Hi-Y Council 3 RUTH HANGEN Ruth Soccer 3, 4 Basketball 2 Bowling 3, 4 Badminton 4 Baseball 2, 3 Tigcrettes 3 Hi-Y 3 Play Committee 3 Dance Committee 4 ROBERT J. HARDY Bob Canisius High School l Chorus 2, 3 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 " l I - I x fm Q, ,ge - , ohm., , "4 . S i ":'! My 1.-. 4 ,,.'.Am f? ,,r,u -1. f it ai' 32 ANN HARNISH Arm Bowling 4 Tiger:-ttcs 3, 4 Hi-Y 1, 2 F.T.A. 3, 4 Play Committee 3 ROBERT HAZLETT Bob DONALD HEDGER Don CARL HENSON Carl Honor Society 4 Aquarium Club President Band 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 3, 4 Aquarium Club l, 2 3 German Club l Science Club 3 Hi-Y 3, 4 JOYCE HICKS Joyce Honor Society 3, 4- Color Guard 3, 4 Volleyball l Basketball I, 2 Baseball l, 2 Badminton 2 Tatler 3 French Club l, 2, 3 Spanish Club 2. 3 F.T.A. 3 Hi-Y 1 Tower 4 Play Committee 3, 4 Dance Committee 3 FRED HOELDTKE Hake Olean High School l Student Council 2 junior Class Council 3 Soccer 3, 4 Track l, 2 Cross Country 2 Basketball 1, 2 Dance Committee 3 Play Committee 3 JAMES HOFMEISTER lim Track 3 Wrestling 4 German Club 2 Swimming 1, 2 Dance Committee 3 RICHARD HOHLSTEIN Dick Band l, 2, 3, 4 Dance Band 3, 4 German Club 2, 3 Soccer I, 2, 3, 4 Swimming l, 2 Tennis 2, 3 Dance Committee 3 DELORES I-IOOCK Tools Archery 2 Basketball 2 Badminton 2 Assembly Committee 3 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 HENRY C. HUEBER Hank Junior Play Cast 3 A'Cappella Choir 4 Chorus 2 Band 1, 2, 3 Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Marching Band l, 2, 3 Soccer 3, 4 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 German Club 3 Play Committee 3 2- 7 g Q SIDNEY HULSE Sid Baseball 2, 3 Football 3 VIRGINIA ANN HULTBERG Sam Tigerettes 2 Biology Club 2, 3 Art Club 1, 2 Stamp Club 1 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 5, 4 LUTHERA HUMBERT Lue Lancaster High School 1, AUDREY HURD Azul Student Council Secretary lnter Hi-Y Council Vice President 3 Inter Hi-Y Council Pres. Sturlent Council Secretary Honor Society 4 Student Council I, 2 jr, Play Cast El Orchestra 1, 2, 3 A'Cappella 3, 4 String Quartet l, 2, 3, 4 Operetta 3, 4 Opcretta Orchestra 2 Sports Council 2 Basketball 2, 3 Water Follies 2, 3, 4 German Club 3, 4 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 ROGER J. HYDE Rag Operctta 3, 4 Chorus 3, 4 Cross Country I Baseball, Mgr. 4 2 3 2 4 2 CAROL IMMIG Carol Archery 2, 3, 4 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Badminton 2,.3, 4 Baseball 3 Tower 4 French Club 3 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 PATRICIA J. IREY Pal Sweet Home Central Sc h Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committee 3 MINI fi at -- DONALD JACKSON Rebel New Orleans, La. 1 Shreveport, La. 2 Football 3, 4 CHRISTINE JACOBS Chrix Tatler Executive Stall 4 Amards 2 Hockey l, 2, 3, 4 NVater Follies 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 3, 4 Basketball 2 Bowling 2. 3, 4 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 2, 3, 4 Chorus l, 2 Sports Council 3, 4 Operetta l, 2, 3, 4 Tower 4 Tatler 3 Spanish Club 4 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 2, 3, LANTRY JAN ECEK Gary Football 2 Bowling l, 2, 3, 4 Golf 2, 3, 4 Dance Committee 2 oo 4 DAVID JAY jrmoivsky Senior Science Club Secretary 4 A'Cappella Choir 2, 5, 4 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 1 Biology Club 2 Projection Crew 2 Operetta Committee 4 Play Committees 3, 4 RAYMOND JOHNSON Ray Band 4 Football l, 3, 4 Track 1, 3, 4 Swimming 1, 3, 4 WILLIAM R. JOHNSON JR Wild Will Class President 4 Class Council 3, 4 Rifle Team Captain 4 Track 3 Rifle 1, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 2 Operetta Committees 3, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 ELLEN JONES Ellie Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4 Water Follies 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 2, 3 Dance Committees 3, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 MERYL ANN KEATING lllerlic Quill and Scroll Pres. 4 Girls' Rifle Club Pres. l Lambda Hi-Y Pres. l Hi-Y Chaplain 3 Hi-Y Vice Pres. 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Honor Society Secretary 4 Tower Executive Stall 4 Triad Executive Stall 4 Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4 Water Follies 1, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 4 Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4 Inter Hi-Y Council 2 Sports Council 2, 3, 4 Scenery Const. Crew l, 2 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees l, 2, 3, 4 PETER KENDALL Pete St. Joscph's Collegiate Institute 1, 2, ROGER KOBEE Kob Band l, 2, 3 Marching Band l, 2, 3 Soccer 4 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Play Committee 3 Dance Committees 3, 4 DOUGLAS KOEPPEN Doug Sr. Science Club Vice P Rifle Team 1, 2 German Club 2 Science Club 3, 4 Hi-Y 3, 4 Inter Hi-Y Council 3 Play Committee 3, 4 Dance Committee 3, 4 MARK KOSITSKY Koss Football 3 Sr. Science Club 4 Play Committee 4 ROGER KOSMERL Kos res. 4 ...ff . . If :if j V A :,v:.if.i 'T ,f fd A . ' 1, .V , ,, J 1 Qi' 'ww vi PHILIP KUI-IN Phil Band I JUDITH ELLEN KULP Klop Hi-Y Sergeant-at-Arms l Amards 2, 3, 4 Thespians 2, 3, 4 Junior Play Cast 3 Senior Play Cast 4 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Assembly Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer l, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Basketball I Water Follies 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Biology Club 4 Spanish Club 2, 3 Tatler 2 ROBERTA CAROL LAN DEL Burt Bowling 3, 4 Volleyball 3, 4 Library Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4 F.T,A. Secretary 3 F.T.A. 3, 4 German Club 4 Tower 4 Newspaper Club 4 Scenery Construction Red Cross 2, 3 Crew 2, 4 Play Commmittees 3, 4 Dance Committees 1, 2 Amards JAMES B. LAPEY jim Rifle Team 2 Dance Committee 2 STEPHEN LAPEY Steve . Pl .XA ,il I 'Qt D MELVIN RICHARD LEI-IR Mel Bowling Manager I Baseball 2 Inter Hi'Y Council 4 Hi-Y 3, 4 Science Club 3, 4 Inter-school Math Society 3, BONNIE ANN LOCHER Bonnie Honor Society 4 VVnter Follies 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer l, 2, 3, 4 Hockey 2 Volleyball 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Badminton l, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Inter Hi-Y Council 3 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 MALISSA CORINNE LOVELL Punkin Jcffersonville High School, Jeffersonville, Indiana 1, 2 Honor Society President 4 Tatler Editor 4 Hi-Y Vice-President 4 Honor Society 4 Quill and Scroll 4 Inter I-Ii'Y Secretary 4 Soccer 3 Volleyball 3 Basketball 3, 4 Bowling 3 VVater Follies 3, 4 Badminton 3, 4 Tatler 3, 4 Senior Science Club 3 Hi-Y 3, 4 ROY LUNDBERG Ray Football 3 Bowling 2, 3 Track 2 JACQUES C. MABRY Gordo Bowling 3, 4 Golf 2, 3, 4 4 . Q ,Q 'G I ,V ra A , "Q :,,,. ' A Il , I " nv X 564 ua, 9 J.. .4 P -x x x K , ge ,I .Mig- ' Ll. L, L , rw ui -i F.. Q I 15' ' vw 4 J 1 . ,I, in , , -rf., , X, .-.gy 4.5. , J 2.2 - ,ag JIM 4 L-, J , 3,4 ' V- ia ' .1 EA-4' ,'.4 L-' ., ga! J .. ,U X WILLIAM FRED MARTIN Willie Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4 Football l, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Indoor Track I, 2 Play Committee 3 DAVID P. MAURER Dave Hi-Y President 4 Honor Society 4 Operetta 3 Cross Country 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Intra-mural Bowling l, 2 Indoor Track 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Projection Crew 2, 3, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committee 3 DONALD MAURER Don Honor Society 4 Student Council 3, 4 Football 2, 3, 4 . Track 2, 3, 4 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Operetta 3, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 JUDITH MAURER Judy Baseball 2 Bowling 4 Tower 4 Library Service Club 2 Play Committee 4 Dance Committee 4 RONALD MAZE Ron 1 ,. I-.ft X' G- . ' 'J hfxixx X x 36 x SUSAN McALLESTER Sue Senior Class Council 4 Hi-Y President 4 Hi-Y Treasurer 3 Assistant Manager Honor Society Store 4 Soccer 3, 4 Volleyball 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4 Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4 Water Follies l, 2, 3 Mixed Chorus 1 Sr, Mixed Choir 2 A'Cappella Choir 3, 4 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Tigerettes 2 Play Committees 3, 4 NORMAN MCCOMBS Norm Football 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 2 Boxing 2 Track 3, 4 LINDA MCCORD Linda Hi-Y Chaplain 2 Thespians 4 Class Play Director 3, 4 Operetta Scenery Committee 2, 3 Hockey 2 Badminton I, 2 Water Follies 2 F.T.A, 3 Hi-Y 2, 3 MARJORIE McDONN Marge Student Council 3 Sports Council 2 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 Sr. Mixed Chorus 1, 2 A'Cappella Choir 5, 4 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 1, 2 Bowling 3 Xvater Follies 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Badminton 3, 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 JOSEPH MCMAHON Lib Baseball 1 ELL il X! . .sux 4, . Il xt .gf . ,, . , .--I l iz ti - w 2' , ' , , V1-.441 l,2L",':t n L ! I 11 , N 5 fi' 37 MARCIA MEYER Marcia Senior Mixed Chorus 2 A'Cappella 3, 4 Soccer 2, 3 Badminton 2, 3, 4 Water Follies 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 1, 4 Hi-Y 2 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Operetta Committee 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 Dance Committee 3, 4 RICHARD MEYER Dick Hi-Y 3, 4 Tatler 1, 2, 3 Science Club I, 3 Dance Committee 3 Play Committee 3 ANN CAROL MEYERS Carol Hockey 2, 3, 4 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Bowling 3, 4 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4 Badminton I, 2 Water Follies l, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 3 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees l, 2, 3, 4 DAVID MILLER Dave jr. Science Club l F.T.A. 4 Cafe Staff 2, 3, 4 I 3? ,A I L X XQJ t ir FRITZ MILLER Cronkite Honor Society 4 Wrestling 4 Cross Country 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 1, 4 Biology Club 2 Latin Club 2 German Club 2 Eb DANIEL DUBOIS MOONEY Moon Mixed Chorus 1, 2 A'Cappclla 3, 4 Tropical Fish Club I Library Club 3, 4 LYNNE MORRIS Lynne Class Secretary 3 Class Treasurer 2 Student Council Executive 1, 3 Tower Executive Staff 1, 2, 3 Sports Council l, 2, 3 Student Council 1, 2, 3 Thespians 2 Assembly Committee 1, 2 Operetta l, 2 Choir I, 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Hockey 1, 2, 3 Badminton l, 2 Baseball 1, 2 Soccer 2, 3 W':1ter Follies 2 PAUL MURPHY Murph Cross Country 2, 3 Track 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y l, 3, 4 Biology Club 2 Physics Club 3 Dance Committee 2 EARL NAGLE Earl Bowling 1, 3 WILLIAM NASH Willie Cafe Stal? 1, 2, 3 lr erm .Y -5 5, Y. .5 rr 3' r Q ,i 5 , I J re, Ser, If i::?'Ff1.l JE I M MTF Q i ff My 5 I 4 .u. as f wal ,W E ii- ' We ' it 1 , H' ., LQ? f. f" ny ' . A , . 2--'e' ' . ,- M. ,L-2, we-13 il LIONEL C. NEILANS Lon Student Council 2, 3, 4 Assembly Committee l Football l, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Sr. Science Club 3 Play Committee 3 Dance Committees l, 2 PAUL NEYVCOMB Newk Honor Society 4 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer Hi-Y 4 Chaplain Inter Hi-Y Council 4 Swimming 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Inter Hi-Y Council 4 German Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 4 Russian Club 2 JANUETTE NICHOLS jan Archery 2 Baseball 3, 4 Badminton 2, 3 Band 2, 3, 4 Marching Band 2, 3. 4 French Club 3, 4 Play Committee 3 Dance Committee 3, 4 KATHERINE NICHOLSON Kit Tatler Circulation Director 4 Hi-Y Oilicer 2, 3 Honor Society 4 A'Cappella Choir 4 Badminton l, 2, 3, 4 Tatler 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 ROBERT NOON Rob Basketball 3, 4 Football 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 BEATRICE CAROLYN OGDEN Carol Baseball 2 Basketball 2 MARY JANE OHLSON Mary Sweet Home Central School Mixed Chorus 2 Bowling 4 Tower 4 Play Committee 4 Dance Committee 4 JOHN 0'MARA jack Soccer 2 Swimming 2 junior Play Cast 3 Hi-Y 3. 4 Rifle Club 1 Bowling Club l Play Committee 4 Dance Committee l, 3 WILLIAM BOOKER PATTERSON Booker Honor Society 4 Soccer 3, 4 Track 2, 3 Swimming 2, 3, 4 Inter-school Math Club 4 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Newspaper Club 2, 3 Biology Club 2 Play Committee 4 EDWARD PETTIS Ed Student Council Executive Board 3, 4 Honor Society Vice Pres. 4 Inter Hi-Y Council Treasurer 4 Tower Executive -Staff 4 Hi-Y Ofhcer 3, 4 Student Council 3, 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Quill and Scroll 3, 4 Thcspians 3, 4 Opcrctta Lead 4 Operetta l, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 1, 2 A'C:tppella Choir 3, 4 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4 Triad 2, 3 I 3 ROBERT I. PFEFFER Bob Bennett High School l Inter Hi-Y Council 4 Biology Club Treasurer 2 Student Council 4 Honor Society 4 Assembly Committee 3, 4 Tliespians 4 Amards 3 Operetta 3, 4 Cross Country 2 Track 2 Indoor Track 2 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Debate Club 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2 Projection Crew 2, 3, 4 Operetta Stage Crew 3 ROBERT GUY PISARO Bob St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute l,.2, 3 EDWARD PISTN ER Ed -fm! ef. MARGARET PRIEST Aiwa!- Poaey 'R junior Play Cast 3 fi Operetta l, 2, 3, 4 Q ' Mixed Chorus 2, 3 1, Chorus 1 " A'Cappella Choir 3, 4 Soccer 2 Basketball l, 2 Bowling l, 2 Badminton 2, 3 Baseball 3 Archery 1, 3, 4 Hi-Y 1 Tower 4 Play Committee 3, 4 Dance Committee 3, 4 4 54 - x FRANK WILLIAMS PUFIFER Frank Hi-Y Historian 3 Hi-Y Secretary 3, 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Operetta 3 Operetta Orchestra 4 Band l, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra l, 2, 4 Rifle Team 2, 3, 4 jr. Rifle Club I jr. Science Club l Senior Science Club 3, 4 Biology Club 2 French Club 2 MARTHA RADLEY lllariy Honor Society 3, 4 Thespians 2, 3, 4 Thespians Historian 3 Thcspians Secretary 4 Amards 2 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Chorus l, 2 A'Cappella Choir 3, 4 Orchestra 1, 2 Soccer 4 Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 3, 4 NVater Follies I, 2, 3, 4 Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, Baseball I Tigcrettes 2 Operetta Committee 4 PAEJTRICIA RAYMOND at Badminton 2, 3 Basketball 2 Tatler 3 Science Club 3 Latin Club 2 Play Committee 3, 4 WAYNE RHODES Wayne Football 2, 3, 4 German Club 1. 2 Boxing Club 3 Homcroom Basketball Homeroom Volleyball PAUL RICH Paul Kinsmcn Scholar, Tonbridge, England 4 Editor. Newspaper Club 2, 3 Inter I-Ii-Y Council Treasurer 3 Oral Discussion Club Chairman l, 2, 3 Hi-Y Secretary Tatler Executive Staff 2 Honor Society 3 Quill and Scroll 3 T hespians 2, 3 Assembly Committee 1, 2, CHARLES RITTER Tex Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramxural Bowling 1 Bowling 3, 4 Senior Science Club 3, 4 Biology Club 4 Play Committees 3, 4 lA.4 -4 - . 1:5 ,, N., -, 44 V7 l I ,YE EV ia, 1+ cfs- V , A J Y , CY:-. 40 DAVID RUMINSKI Dave JAMES RUSHING jim Hi-Y Historian 4 Honor Society 4 Inter Hi-Y Council 4 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Senior Science Club 2, 3, 4 French Club 2 Hi-Y 4 Inter School Math Society 4 Play Committees 3, 4 GARY SANTMIRE Gary German Club l, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 FRED. SCHADE Square Collinwood H. S., Cleveland, Ohio l Cross Country 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 5, 4 Track 2. 3, 4 Hi-Y 3, 4 Biology Club 2 YVONNE SCHAELCHLIN Shackie Honor Society 3, 4 Quill and Scroll 5, 4 Tower Editor 4 Tatler Executive 2, 3, 4 German Club President 4 German Club Historian 3 Hi-Y Treasurer 4 Syracuse Citizenship Education Conf. 3, 4 Senior Play Cast 4 Operetta Scenery 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Badminton l, 2, 3, 4 Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 Water Follies l, 2, 5, 4 Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 ,IOANNE SCHINSTOCK Sflllillljl Basketball 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2. 3. 4 Soccer 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 2, 3, 4 Swimming 3, 4 Bowling 3, 4 Badminton 3 Play Committee 3, 4 Dance Committee 3, 4 BRUCE R. SCHMlDT Tiny Senior Class Council 4 Choir l Wrestling 3 Football 2, 3, 4 lntra-mural Baseball 3 Intra-mural Basketball l, Hi-Y 4 German Club 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 Dance Committee 3, 4 Pl'l'l'liR VAN HALL SCHMITT Honey Class Council 4 Band 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 1, 3, 4 Marching Band l German Band 2 Baseball 1, 2, El, 4 Football 2, 3, 4 Dance Band 2, 3, 4 Cheerleading 4 German Club 3 Biology Club 2 Dance Committee 3 Play Committee 3 'P CLAUDETTE SCHOENINC Claud Bowling 3, 4 Volleyball 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Badminton 3, 4 Biology Club 2 Hi-Y I, 2 Play Committee Dance Committee 3 HARRY SCULL Harry Football 1, 2, 3. 4 Track l, 2, 3, 4 5, ,Y , ,Q ji C L. 'V y Ili, ' 2 1, , -an JN. ' E: 51 Xu, 3 1 -It DENNIS SEIBERT Dennis Bennett High School 1, 2, 3 JEROME SEILER jerry as "-M13-s 5-55 Q tl" f I H 'll F ga dll ROGER SHAFER Rog Football 2, 3, 4 Track 3, 4 ARTHUR SHILEN Taxi Soccer 3, 4 Hi-Y 3 Intramural Basketbal MARY SLAVEN Mary Chorus 2 Operetta 2 Water Follies 2, 4 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 Hockey 3, 4 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4 Tennis 1, 2, 3 Baseball l, 2, 3 Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4 Swimming 4 Bowling 4 Baseball Umpire 2 French Club 2, 3 Tower 4 Biology Club 2 Senior Science Club 3 Play Committee 3, 4 FREDRIC SMEADER Fred German Club Secretary 4 Honor Society 4 Cross Country 1, 2, 3 Track 2, 3 Tatler 2 German Club 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 RONALD SMITH Smitty Band 4 Orchestra I Track 3 Wrestling 2 Football 1 Dance Committee 3 CHRISTINE SNIDER Kirsti Class Vicc'l'resident 4 Student Council 3 Student Council Executive Staff 3 Tower Executive Staff 4 Rotary Trip to U.N. 3 Senior Class Council 4 junior Play Cast 3 Water Follies 2, 4 Soccer 2, 3, 4 Badminton l, 2, 5, 4 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 2 Play Committees 2, 3 Dance Committee 3, 4 BARBARA SPENCER Barb junior Class Council 3 Operctta 2, 3, 4 A'Cappe1la Choir 4 Senior Chorus 2, 3 Soccer l, 2, 3, 4 Hockey 2, 3 Swimming l, 2 Water Follies l, 2, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 4 Bowling 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 2 Majorette 4 Tower 4 Spanish Club 2, 3 Dance Committee , , -, Play Committee 3 BARBARA SPERDUTO Spud Soccer 3, 4 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Badminton 3 Tower 4 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 4 if gat 1 it , , f KENNETH STEPIEN Step Soccer Mgr. 2 French Club 3 T atler 3 Play Committee 3, 4 GAIL STILLWELL Gail Sweet Home Central Scho Cheerleader 3, 4 A'Cappella Choir 4 Sr. Mixed Chorus 2, 3 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Water Follies 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Hockey 2 Soccer 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 2 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Tower 4 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 MARGARET STRAUCH PURE? Senior Class Secretary 4 Senior Class Council 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Operctta 2, 3, 4 Water Follies 2, 3, 4 Soccer 2 Baseball 2 Basketball 4 Tower 4 Play Committee 3, 4 Dance Committee 3, 4 ROBERT HAROLD STRUEBING Strueb Sr. Mixed Chorus Pres, 2 German Club Treasurer 2 Jr. Class Council 3 Sr. Class Council 4 Mixed Chorus l Sr. Mixed Chorus 2 A'Cappe1la Choir 3 Operetta 2, 3 junior Play Cast 3 Varsity Football 3, 4 J. V. Football I, 2 Swimming I German Club 2, 3 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 BARBARA E. SUTTON Barb Volleyball 3, 4 Archery 2 Bowling Art Club 4 Tigerettes 3 Play Committee 3. 4 Dance Committee 4 oll NANCY SWAN Nan Archery 2 Soccer 3 German Club 2 Hi-Y 2, 3 F.T.A. 4 Tigerettes 4 Play Committee 3 Dance Committee WILLIAM TAMBACAS Will Soccer I Biology Club 2 Spanish Club 2 Play Committee 3 PATRICIA J. THAYER Pat Tower Executive Staff 4 Amards 1 Band 1, 2, 3 Marching Band 1, 2, 3 Chorus 2, 4 Operetta 2, 4 Archery l Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4 Water Follies 2, 4 Swimming Team 4 Hi-Y 3 French Club 3 Operetta Committee 2, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committee 4 RONALD THOMAS Ron Chaplain Hi-Y 4 Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 Cross Country 2, 3 Latin Club I Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Play Committee 3, 4 THEODORE L. TOTMAN Antelope - 5' Vice Pres. Student Council 4 , Student Council 3, 4 Captain Cross Country 3 Cheerleading 4 Class President 2 Track l, 2, 3, 4 Cross Country I. 2, 3, 4 Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra l Tatler 2 'ggi f Hi-Y l Spanish Club 1 Dance Committee ,,,. ,Q .. ,,. . 1' iii? es, me 5 . 4,- - it U 55522 ' , 5151? ' ss iii? E, viii aka' t J: 'U 4 , MV, ul mm 'ey .af ,119 . , ii my-, efggj e"' KENNETH TRAVERS Ken Tennis I, 2 MERRILL ERNEST TREFZER Merrill F,T.A. Parliamentarian Thespians Treasurer 4 Thespians 2, 3, 4 Senior Play Cast 4 Junior Play Cast 3 Operctta 2, 3, 4 Chorus l, 2 A'Cappella Choir 3, 4 Stamp Club l, 2 Hi-Y 4 Assembly Committee 1, 2 German Club 3, 4 Newspaper Club I, 2, 4 F.T.A. 3, 4 Winkie 13. AQ WINIFRED TROEGER I v , 4 DENNIS TRUDELL Obs Quill and Scroll 3, 4 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3 Basketball I, 2 Class Council 3 Tatler 2, 3, 4 Dance Committee 3 GARY TUNMORE Gary Hi-Y Oflicer 1, 3, 4 Inter-Hi-Y Council Oflicer 4 Thespian Historian 4 A'Cappella Choir Business Manager 4 Play Cast 3, 4 Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4 A'Cappel1a Choir 3, 4 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Swimming 1, 2. 3 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 Assembly Committee 2, 3 Inter-Hi-Y Council 1, 2, 3 Debate Club 2, 3, 4 junior Science Club 1 Newspaper Club 2, 3, 4 Junior Science Club 1 Newspaper Club 2, 3, 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 ANNETTE UNFRIED Annette Tower Executive Stalf 4 Tutler Executive Staff 4 Triad Executive Staff 4 Hi-Y Ofhcer 3, 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Quill and Scroll 4 Water Follies 1, 2, 3, 4 Badminton 2, 3, 4 Soccer I, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball l, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Tennis 3 Bowling 4 ' Tatler 3, 4 Triad 3, 4 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 German Club 2, 3, 4 Play Committees 3, 4 RICHARD Z. VANCE Zeb Honor Society 4 4 Science Club President 4 Science Club 2, 3, 4 German Club 2, 3, 4 Library Service Club 4 Hi-Y 4 Play Committee 3, 4 DONALD VAN DUSEN Dusie MARCIA MARY VANDUSEN Marcia Lockport High School 1, Thespians 4 MALCOLM VAN DYKE Mal Swimming 1, 2, 3 Football, Manager 1, 2 Cross Country l Rifle Team 1 Biology Club 2 X ,za ss k , wr vt- ,si-' f i ,- .,.zQzy9 ' , -11: f:u:f7. f - me ' ' Q' 0 l in llfglx' j 11 3 I9 SUSE VAN LUNGER ue jr. High School Student Council President 1 Class Vice-President I Student Council Secretary 3 Honor Society 3 Orchestra l, 2 Operetta Orchestra 2 Student Council l, 2, 3 Girls' Sports Council 2 Water Follies 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1. 2, 3 Volleyball 2 Tennis 3 Softball 1, 2, 3 Bowling 2 Badminton 2, 3 Rifle Club l Dance Committee 3 PAUL VINCENT Vince Soccer 2 Rifle Team 2 JOHANNA VOIT Vicki Baseball 2 Bowling 2 German Club 2, 3 Art Club 1 CATHREEN VOSS Callxie Senior Class Council 4 Honor Society 4 Quill and Scroll 4 Tower Executive Staff 4 Water Follies l, 2, 3, 4 Badminton 2, 3, 4 Hockey l, 3 Soccer l, 3, 4 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 3 Bowling 4 Baseball Ump. 3, 4 Operetta Committee 4 Taller 4 German Club 2, 3 Tigerettes 2 KATHERINE WALLIS Katie Lewis and Clark High School Spokane, Washington l Hi-Y President 2 Biology Club President 3 F.T.A. Vice President 4 A'Cappella Librarian 4 Mixed Chorus 2 A'Cappe1la 3, 4 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Junior Play Cast 3 Thespians 4 Badminton 2 Bowling 4 Tower 4 Inter Hi-Y 2 Dance Committees 3, 4 Play Committee 3 Operetta Committee 4 JOHN KENT W'ATSEN jack Honor Society Store Manager 4 Tllespizins President 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Thespians 2, 3, 4 Quill and Scroll 3, 4 junior Play Cast 3 Senior Play Cast 4 Mixed Choir l, 2 A'Cappella Choir 3, 4 Opcretta 2, 3, 4 I-Ii-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Triad 2, 3, 4 Track l, 2, 4 Cross Country 2, 3 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 GRETCHEN WEBER Gretch Sacred Heart Academy 1, 2 Tower Executive Staif 4 Volleyball 3 Baseball 3 Water Follies 3, 4 Basketball 4 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committee 4 KENT WEIMAN Ken F.T.A. 4 Biology Club 3 THOMAS WEIR Tom F.T.A., President 4 Tower Executive Staff 4 Inter School Math Society Honor Society 4 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4 Operctta Orchestra 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Library Service Club 4 German Club 2, 3, 4 Russian Club 2, 3 Biology Club 2, 3 Senior Science Club 3, 4 Tatler 2. 3 Amherst Bee Staff l, 2, 3, Photography Club 4 Dance Committee 3 DAVID PETER WELKER Pete Band l, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4 Opcretta Orchestra 3, 4 Swimming Team 2 Hi-Y 3, 4 Play Committee 4 3,4 4 'K f if it 'Ly .2 i " N as I i DIANNE WENNINGER Dee Thespians 3, 4 Water Follies 2, 4 Badminton l, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Hockey I, 2 Basketball 3 Baseball 3 Volleyball 2, 3, 4 Biology Club 3 French Club 3 Hi-Y 2 Play Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 1, 2, 3 PATRICIA WEST Pat Honor Society 4 Hi-Y Treasurer 2, 4 Senior Science Club Treasurer I F,T.A. Secretary 3 Hi-Y Secretary l Triad Editor 4 Water Follies l, 2, 3, 4 Badminton 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 3, 4 Soccer 1, 2 Archery 2, 3 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Biology Club 2, 4 French Club 2 Tatler l, 2 Tower 4 Play Committees 3, 4 JOYCE WHEAT j oyce GARY WHITLEY Apples Football 4 Bowling 4 JAMES WILLIAMS jsm Football 3, 4 Tennis 4 .IOANNE WILLISTON Io Honor Society 3, 4 Spanish Club Treasurer 2 Spanish Club President 3 Senior Class Council 4 F.T.A. Recording Secretar Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 3 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Water Follies l, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Badminton 2 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3 French Club 3 Play Committee 3, 4 Dance Committee 3 MARIAN WILSON Mar Orchestra l, 2 Basketball 1, 2 Baseball 1 Water Follies 1, 2, 3 Soccer I, 2, 3, 4 Hockey 1, 2, 3 Spanish Club 2 Play Committee 3 Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, KAREN WITT Red Chateau Brillantmont, Lausanne, Switzerland 3 Hi-Y Treasurer 1 Senior Play Cast 4 Thespians 2, 4 Amards 1, 2, 4 Mixed Choir 2 A'Cappella Choir 4 Operetta l, 2, 4 Assembly Committee l French Club 2 Latin Club 1, 2 Tatler 2 Soccer 2, 4 Basketball l, 2, 4 Softball 1, 2, 4 Water Follies 1, 2, 4 Tigerettes 2 ARNO WITTIG Wid Honor Society 4 Inter Hi-Y Council 4 Band 1 Orchestra 1, 2 Operetta l, 2 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Soccer 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 Hi-Y 3, 4 Dance Committee 1, 5 DOREEN WOOD Doreen Acting Class Secretary 5 Student Council 4 Class Council 3 Orchestra l Soccer 1, 2, 5, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3 Water Follies 1, 2, 3, 4 Tower General Stalf 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 TREVA D. WOOD Tee Dre Tower 4 Tatler 5 Chorus l Sr. Mixed Chorus 2 A'Cappella Choir 3, 4 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Bowling l, 2, 3, 4 Basketball I Swimming Team 4 Baseball 1 Play Committee 4 Dance Committee 5 CRAIG WRATTEN Charcoal Honor Society 4 Class Treasurer 4 Class Vice Pres. 2 Senior Class Council 4 Soccer I, 2, 3, 4 Basketball l, 2. 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 BARBARA ZACK Barb Bowling 2, 3 Badminton 2 Baseball 2 Basketball 2 Tower 4 Play Committee 3, 4 Dance Committee 3 MARIAN ZUPA Mazie Girls' Sports Council 1, 4 Mixed Choir I Senior Mixed Choir 2 Basketball l, 2. 3 A'Cappella Choir 3 Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4 Soccer l, 2, 3, 4 Hockey l, 2 "CAMERA SHY" VINCENT DEJOSEPI-I GEORGE GREINER THOMAS MALONE MICHAEL SEQUIN RICHARD VALONE ROBERT VAN WAGENEN Basketball 1, 2. 3 Baseball 1, 2, 3 Bowling 2 Rifle Team l SEN ABET Ted: Craig jim Denny T Glynn Lovell Schinstock Jacobs Eckherc Locher Zupa SENIOR BALL MIDWINTER DREAM" I EL R ggy l Queen, and Dick Gernold, King. 48 WJ-AN, lr CLASS wxtt ...t Daovtuqtv the Senior Class of 1956, being of sound mind and y, bequeath the following: To the Junior Class, our or dignity. fObviously, we didn't use it.j To the iomore Class, many glorious hours in the guidance nge." o Mrs. Paeplow, eight dirty sinks, a by-product of the ' cooking attempts. To Mr. Krestic, a "birdie" and 'ece of "cheeeeeeese" to complete his photographic phernalia. To Miss Metz, many frazzled nerves to h she can apply her "keep-calm" theory. To tllrs. ts, the hope that we have lelt enough cough drops life-time supply. To Mr. Pomeroy, an autographed ol "Truman's Memoirs." To Miss D'A1n ico, a com- e and unabridged, leather-bound and gold embossed n volume set of etymology books. To Mr. Petersen, ded cage in which he may "grrrrowl" in peace. e also record the following personal bequests: jerry skopf leaves room for somebody else. Don Braun and l Durkin. leave their laughs to any hyenas who aren't med to use them. Ted Totman leaves his running 'ty to Bob Mulvihill. Chuck Ritter and Roy Lund- leave a couple of inches to be distributed to Bob p and Nick Shosho. Annette Unfried leaves her writer eraser to someone who can make more mis- s than she did. eve Epstein leaves his knobby knees and bowed-legs nyone else who dares to wear kilts. Approximately half of the Senior boys leave I-Iedstrom's pool to any- agile enough to climb the fence. Bob Pfeger leaves to "farther his edycation at eny kollege he kin sneek into." Ed Pettis leaves his "chem-test" answers to his big little-brother Chuck because he will need them. Marge Ecklzert wills to the next "Tower" editor a few hours of sleep. fShe'll never get them any other way.j Kathy Curry and Barlmra Sperduto leave rejoicing because "My Baby's Coming Home" and they'll soon be over their "Bell-Bottom Blues." Liz Burns leaves all her attempts at knitting to the girls who knitted for her. Rog Kobee leaves with the hope that someday Judy may finish the 13-inch foot on his socks. Sue Cutler and Katie Wallis leave their "cat and dog fight" hghting. jack Plfat- sen and Sue M cAllester leave an efficiency expert to man- age next year's Honor Society Store. To the knowledge of all underclass women we leave the fact that Mr. WVeber, "that cute, young driving teacher," is married. Tony Culver wills his stage crew ability and eagerness to Art Baus. Bonnie Foit and Marge McDonnell leave their blushesg or at least, they hope they do. Dick Chappell leaves his rumble seat to Bob.Fleischauer to carry all his extra passengers. Audrey Hurd leaves her stock of life-savers to the Juniors with which to play ring-toss during study halls. Fritz Miller, Malissa Lovell, Benny Elliott, Bill Farner, and Chuck Ceclerman, members of the "Sr. Crutch and Cast Club," leave their paraphernalia to all up and coming young athletes. Pat West leaves her handy-dandy, proof-reading glasses to the junior members of the Triad staff. And last of all we leave! ler, New York. June 1960. stranger stood in the CCHLCI' ol the small town and ed around him. Throughout the suburban village ed the pleasant warmth of this early summer's day. stranger looked at his watchg he was late. his mission was an important one, the stranger ed hurriedly up Main Street. He passed Chudy dr s' Used Car Lot Qmotto: "Our cars are really used!"j stopped at SiT'll6lJIi7'1g,S Drug Store for a newspaper. cing at the headlines "CAMPBELL MAKES PHI A KAPPA," he continued on. He noticed some across the street from the Maze Funeral Home aused to read the sign posted on top of the rabble: Del Restaurant. Bombed by graduating Seniors, l956." The stranger shrugged his shoulders and d on. saw a huge crowd gathered under the Amherst ter marquee. Bobby-soxer Sue Benson had just been 'ed for cutting off movie star jim Berch0u's side- for a souvenir. Across the street the stranger recog- playboy Ken Stepi-en, who was being sued in court igamy, talking to Fred Hoeldtke, the ski star. tke recently became the hrst man in history to ski backwards. Next, the stranger stopped in front of Batsonfs T.V. Store to watch the rest of the Ty Dunn Hour featuring his special guest U.B.'s coach Hettler. Remembering his mission, the stranger tore himself away and continued along the busy street. On the left, a large sign proclaimed that Gail Stillwell would sing "Carmen" for one week only at the famous Amherst Student Union. Orchestration would, of course, be han- dled by Benny Elliott and his Tigertown Six. On the right, politician Bob Noon was kissing babies in prepara- tion for his forthcoming election. A sign overhead an- nounced the sale of autographed copies of "Life in a Bathtub" by D. Trudell. In Jacobs' Barber Shop window, the stranger noticed a sign advertising the boxing match for the featherweight title between Lon Neilans and Bruce Schmitt. Down the street ran most eligible bachelor Craig Wratten, followed closely by a pack of women. Turning down a side street, the stranger increased his pace. just ahead lay his destination. Suddenly a loud cheering from within a small white house told the stranger he was too late. He had missed the unveiling of inventor Dick Vance's greatest work - an electric teacher to be turned on and off at will. The Class of 1956 of Amherst Central High School JLI IOR PRC HMOONLIGHT AND ROSES" Friday, Moy Twenty-seventh Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-five , U if ': ,.. , :Eli v ,3 lf. .1 All QE?-W gl 1 fig l, SUPHOMORES -.-.- . .. .-.f.:.:.g:g:::5gfg53gg233 9. vu. 0 -'-,615 . '31 , N ll 1 . x -"' .0 3.5 :,.g.4v,. 3522313120 351231522 1-A A 1 'f . N. , 5 -1- f",clzaf-WI' H -- JI I gif! FF PLANE c,E-6?-12'-Tr , ..? .s v H : ' x Y., 4 RV' A 'qi f ffl" '- , ,HY '-"T-s B- lil, flsvft, '00 X I 'qty K qc 43 I XT ri'4ff,' 2 ' fx A ,ffm I 3 ,...- 'L luv '11 .5 Q' 4 4 I 1 '- ' x 4 ll n n 1 I :2'.,...,. ,, '-'.rj.gZis2E:f3. IFJ' -. , . f-an-.-.--.1 ,Y,, -'.- '.-, .g.34.1:-.-9:-ff:::qiE.g.-3-g-'.-1.-qfqlggyw, --6 ,-, -,. -.-.-ge ,.--, . ' ""'-'. -.+'I::'2'2-riff'-QQS'.-2:1-fin . ..g.-,,Q555E:7::,g::gL 2:1 It- sfo 1 I' I 84 -: Q ' l 14, - ,.., I 3: 2-fa S E711 I L55 Q 45522 , x ' f 251: "-- Z - 'gif ' x ' 0 325: .9- 4 .F PA OZ' , V 4: - A -b V . V 4 JUIRS OFFICERS Dick Stoesser, Tretzsurer C Mary Stoneclifle, Vice President Don WVilhel1n, P-resident Lynda Wallace, Secretary JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL 51 CLASS HIGHLIGHTS With enthusiastic class spirit, An1herst's class of '57 started off the year by cop- ping the 31575 class prize in the Student Council's annual magazine drive. Parties at which the ticket of admission was a magazine subscription enabled the jun- iors to pull ahead of the spirited Sopho- more class at the end of the drive. In the month of April "Arsenic and Old Lace" took over the ACHS stage as Junior thespians presented an unusual class play. The proceeds of the play served to honor the Seniors at the gay and delight- ful Junior Prom. Raw 1: Lynda Wallace, Don Wilhelm, Mary Stonccliffe, Dick Stoesser. Row 2: Karla Swartzel, Judy Murray, Karen Rhodes, Harriet Wheeler. Row 3: jim Lillie, Eileen O'Connor, Dick Ellis. i ? i t" Row 1: Arleen Giolando, Diane Mummery, Nancy Bauer, Shirley Hadsell, Roberta Mudd, Marilyn Hughes, Pat Dickerson, Sue Hutchinson, Dorothy King, Feral Herclic. Row 2: Joyce Eubank, Margaret Davis, Joy Hartke, Dona DiPasquale, Elaine Myers, Carol Mueller, Judy Hall, Shirley Delmonte, Bonnie Martin, Diana Hurley. Raw 3: Kathy Meyers, Patricia Mudd, Joan Helbig, Barbara Kitchin, Nancy Holmes, Judy Coon, Barbara Levy, Edna Conlon, Sharon Gourlay, Joy Lisk, Carol Chemelli. Row 4: Barbara Conti, Judy Garrard, Esther Fischer, Sandy Morgan, Sally Morgan, Sandy Bushy, Ellen Balnis, Barbara Hanlon, Brenda Lettic, Judy Murray. JUNIOR GIRLS fl ' , 1 4 4 qfinh OA . A YJ l' ff' Row I: Nadine Ensminger, Judy Carson, Mary Johnson, Phyllis Geisler Judi Hlnchhfle Karen Ganter, Pat Good, Barbara Bruso, Nancy Brownson, Nancy Lynch. Row " Sue Geyer Judy Hendry, Liz Bulk, Karen McTaggart, Kathleen Corcoran, Sue Anderson C'uol Lddy Barbara Eddy, Phyllis Callman, Robin Askin. Row 3:4 Lynne Bigelow, VVilma Hecker Lhnor Laundy Shirley Cook, Meg Genrich, Marcia Bernhoft, Loretta Eckman, Margaret Humbert Anne Mitchell, Barbara Jepson. Row 4: Ida Mae Miller, Judith Harbison, Yonny Baker Janet Fil singer, Linda Hawes, Joanne Cesareo, Joan Bainbridge, Sally Gorenflo Patricia Buty Nancy 52 De Reu. .. X' I K, . if is .S H--m3 . , x li W if lc: Row 4: David Low, Ken MacKenzie, Bob Fleischauer, Jack Glavin, Thomas Dean Elliott Larson X , al ' -J 'gr-D Y f i as I 1 l ,L 6 za T . L 5 i Q V U' I' V e f ,. , I 153,11 "X y1,,3.r 4 Xa KG, Q . 15 Qyx 7 V V ,1 , if l tn , 7 LL.- I we ' ' is "Q-4 'CQ Q-1 -f 7 .1 V , ff' 'f ix - ' if " ' T75 , , , I-kk,-.gg i - . sf-771 T . ALQ , I vt- 4, .ng ' ' -:gy .RTI Row 1: Doug McLernon, David Keeney, Don Grazer, Ronald Cook, Roger Eckert Ronald Jensen --- Bill Dckleine, Sam Lucia, Tim Kenslea, Bernie Mergler. Row 2: Richard Illhs Gunnar Hurtig David Baldwin, Dick Dicnstbier, Ronnie Brown, Bruce Eavenson. ' 1 ' ' ' ., 5 2 f ' fl if. I , ,V ,-,, 'gg Q' 1 , Q Q' V lf? B " f, F5if? , V "' f- ,471 l ,f T 2' ..- i l X 1 , l ,Q , ESU: A93 " V11 'B in V ij X :P F... ,..-Z" ,.,.z- Row I: Dennis Mattey, Bob Rees, Dave Taylor, Dan Kantor, Bart Stancampiano, Marty Jung, Ronald Berner, Ralph Darbyshire. Row 2: Chuck Pettis, David Prill, Larry Stiles, William Schreiber, Paul Ross, Charles Slack, Richard Stoesser, David Barclay, Paul Swing, Mickey Vander- lip, Ray Skelly. Row 3: Don Yvilhehn, Brian Norman, Bob Sharp, Tom Sacks, David Wylie, Robert Rhodes, Raymond Smith, Dave Orcutt, Norman Kosmerl. Row 4: Ron Roetzer, Robert Neff, Joe Roberts, John Oehler, Bill Vogel, Fred Schrader, joseph Selden, Tom Ryan, john Seiler, Richard Hadley. Row 5: jim Peard, john Schuck, Harold Williams, Jerre VValker, Mfillis Wink, Dean Soldineer, Bernard Patton, Heath West, Donald Webb, Clinton Ackerman. V , 1 1 Cary Davies, james Mack, Pete Bickford, Mike Ferrick, Thomas Halt, Teiry Maloney jerry l Moore, Harold Alexander. Row 3: Dave McCray, Dave Campbell, Owen Kennedy Ronald Beck Frank Komorowski, Paul Amato, Dave Kasprzak, Bob Desopo, VVilliam Bacon David Belly - 1 sa ww' Row 1: Karla Swartzel, Marilyn O'Dowd, Glenda Swartzel, Marlene Raimond, Sally Paul, Judy Price. Claudia Podbielniak, Shannon Theobald, Mary Thomas, Janet VVerner, Sue Shanley. Row 2: Judith W'ood, Pat Schadley, Put Vincent, Barbara Thompson, Elizabeth Xveber, Nancy Russell, Cathy Thomas, Carol Strommer, Faith l'Vajtowicy, Joberta Schriver, Helen Raymond. Row 3: Jo Smith, Jean Nicthe, Karen Rhodes, Carol Rinker, Virginia Nash, Carol Yllinegar, Carole Subject, Nadine Schirra. Sandra Schnell, Sandra YVendt. Ju ICR GIRL Row I: Judy Williams, Harriet Mlheeler, Gail Briggs, Barbara Ann Stotz, Joan Nicholson, Heidi Miller, Gail Hildinger, Barb Hcdin, Lynda Hopkins, Onnalie Elliott, Lois McAtee. Row 2: Judy Slivka, Elaine Priore, Carol Tally, Peggy Smith, Judi Rausch, Dorrie Schulz, Ellen Ogden, Alberta Vlfiggins, Carol Sharp, Lynne Voelker. Row 3: Eileen O'Connor, Helen Thomson, Sue Paine, Judy Rand, Lynda Wallace, Mary Stoneclifle, Mary Ann Mfylubski, Maryanne Powell, Marlene Weckerle, Marie Coder. 54 1 5 ' ffl, .3 3 l V I f i? x 1 If V l if , A ' ' , , T 'GRE J 312 X' gg, 1' W F? -jrgf, P . . ' 1 .i X rbmnax' Y 'iii l . Row 1: Brad Dunn, Dave Bersani, Ed Hennricli, Gary Arvidson, John McKinley, Bruce Mann, Russ Barber, Bob Loesch, Norman Kwitek, Paul Gallelta. Row 2: Doug Andres, George Downs, Dave Grolke, james Lillie, Robert Bcnatar, Bob KosiLsky, lvayne Bergmann, james Casterline, Bob Blackwood, Edward Lewis. Row 3: Tom Leader, Art Baus, Larry Marsha, Bill Henderson, Jack Elliott, Chris Kraatz, Donald Flaig, Bill Linkner, Jack Coe, john Brunner. Row 4: jim Hayes, Brad Pankow, John Bliss, Art Grimm, Peter Chudy, Pat Alesse, Fred Manske, Paul Heck- JU IOR BOYS filwrulue more rag man, James Halt, Dennis Bischof. f , 22,5 li, I . ..i.. ? J U 5 .230 A 1 I Xl N X' "lf X . N gli f , il J 1 ' l 1' ' K B B l .N uh L I r le , SQPHO GRE OFFICERS Bob I-Ioeldtke, Treasurer Bruce Fowler, Vice President Ted Jacobs, President Ken Eckhert, Secretary X l I - C Nay' fi iv X , , vm -fs 55 I I I Ill Ill. , A fi LII' ig IIIVF Il Il I tl SCPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL Row 1: Mr. Petersen, Ken Eckhart, Ted Jacobs, Bob I-Ioeldtke, Bruce Fowler, Jack Hanny. Row 2: Ken Starr, Barbara Tufts, Sue Shepherd, jill Gerry, Peggy Davis, Barb Karcher, Don Trudell. Row 3: Sally Manske, Judy Ebberts, Aaron Billowitz, Fred Machemer, Kevin McNamara, jerry Farrow, Ruth 56 Truby. 5' fa, y CLASS HIGHLIGHTS Backed by enthusiasm galore, the Sophomore class led the Stu- dent Council magazine drive un- til the last weekend when they were overtaken by the Juniors. YVith this spirit well estab- lished, the Class Council and officers undertook the planning of the informal Sophomore Party which was well supported by the class of '58. l ' ' "X T Q Row I: Ann Demmin, Linda Leininger, Raven Askin, Joyce DeWein, Mary Mintzas, Marcia Behrens, Marge Dobson, Patty Ginter, Judy Brassel, Anne Bookbinder, Barbara Fruehauf. Row 2: Karen Krestic, Sandra Kramer, Sherry Greene, Marianne Miller, Charlayne Kelly, Judy Jen- kins, Janice Long, Judy Febrey, Susan Leslie, Jeanne Herrington. Row 3: Sue Fowler, Beverly L3 :m u m 'll I llllilm . Glaser, Peggy Davis, Joan Brownson, Judy Goldberg, Gail McLaughlin, Janet Kelling, Arlene Fruehauf, Arlene Ennns, Patricia Brick. Row 4: Sherry Gorman, Caryl Kellner, Jill Gerry, Sally 'ml'- Manske, Judie McLean, Judy Ebberts, Judy Anderson, Lucille Graczyk, Jane Miller. if I-I-I 91 Nllll :.4 J 'el SOPHOMQRE GIRLS 'Q' , , ,Q Row 1: Mary LeBlanc, Lois Critoph, Beatrice Behrens, Joan DiPirr0, Bonnie Bitner, Bette Greene, Carol Eichorn, Sandra Metzger, Marilynn Anderbalt, Geraldine Beiter. Row 2: Barbara Brian, Jean Andrews, Barbara Karcher, Kay Berry, Nancy Monfuletho, Joanna Ellett, Betty Gorenflo, Joan Gibert, Nancy Long, Sandy Fegely. Row 3: Beverly Backus, Camille Britting, Ruth Ludwig, Marlene Couiardo, Yvonne Lucore, Wanda Crosby, Polly Irons, Carol Ackley, Carla Campbell, Carol Lang. Row 4: Kathy Kubala, Mary Ellen Bernhardt, Sharolynne Brown, Ellen Bluxnreich, Nancy Grifhn, Patricia Elliott, Photine Drapanas, Shirley Fullerton, Sally Amos, Judith Creagh. ai! Row 1: Jeff Clayton, Larry Davis, Norm Glunz, Reg Cleveland, Dennis Merrell, George Hausner, Jim Lansdowne, Tony Bueschen, David Lindstrom. Row 2: Aaron Billowitz, jim Braniecki, Woody Becker, Butch Lutwack, Barry Burrows, Eugene Fink, Gerry Farrow, Gordon Caie, Steve Maloney. Row 3: Art Keller, John Hanny, William Molclt, Dick Drexelius, Larry Mackenna, jim Flagg, Lewis Gee, Bruce Maurer, Bob Hoeldtke, Ted -Iocobs. Row -1: jim McLean, Kevin Mc- Namara, Tom Malary, jim Macris, Donald Bodewes, Richard Grub, Andy Baldwin, Fred Mache- mer, Roger Braun. SOPHOMORE BOYS 1 g - . ne.. , ke ' l I lie , .. , . l . 'sh A 'B vs I r h I " nu , ' 'I i ,v2' I lk- 'A . Q 'N 4? 'A' 'l .u QI , v . , " . ' ' ' : I 'i il Row 1: jan Dyckman, jim Delaney, Kenneth Eckhert, Robert Mulvihill, Lee Backus, jack Callahan, Tom Gorn, Gerhard Beiter, Eric Eubank. Row 2: Anthony Mitch, Donald Kleinbub Donald Downs, Scott Hannel, Ronald Eckert, Clifford Krull, Harold Kosmerl, Dick Coad, Plnl Baily. Row 3: Ronald Duffney, Bob Cresco, Fred Bowman, Albert Ansuini, Steve Hanschka Kenneth Aldrich, Fran Metzger, Steve Dixon, Donald Catalano. Row 4: Tom Barillari, William Manspeaker, Clill' Hill, John Casciani, Dennis Mills, james Colvin, Don Bosard, Henry Eche varria. 58 I 4 S -V 1, 1 'l lm Row J: Diane Levitsky, Anna Mae Riggi, Rose Riggi, Mary Ann Quinn, Joan Ohlson, Sandra Stettenbenz, Nancy Testa, Sandra Stock, Ruth Watson. Row 2: Elaine Wright, Sue Shepherd, Elaine Darling, lvihna Piper, Carol Dobeis, Mary Ann Smeader, Dolores Smith, Lynn Palmer, Virginia Rabener. Row 3: Noreen Rein, Nancy Neuromer, Joyce Geisler, Ruth Truby, Sue W'eiglein, Joyce Tripi, Gerry Nowak, Suc Morey, Elaine Haas. Row 4: Ann O'Neil, Rosemarie Forstner, Marcia Scott, Karen Ritter, Pat Olson, Marie-Therese Robillartl, Grace Pyle, Alice Wfalsh. SOPHOMORE GIRLS Row 1: Joan Steinberger, Gail Rueger, Sue Richter, Vivian Tercho, Donna Tredinnick, Cynthia Theiss, Barbara Tufts, Brenda Mullin, Patricia Wicker. Row 2: Susan Smith, Gwen Rich, Judy Staflord, Sandy Straley, Jackie Schultz, Jo Zarcone, Chris Sperduto, Teddy Rizk. Rozu 3: Royann Presley, Dorothy VVayl, Janice Thompson, Rita Ritchie, Sandy Skidmore, Gayle Terwilliger, Gerry Spangler, Patty Wehle, Jean Smith. Row 4: Barbara Ott, Rosalind Wesson, Jacque Stroh, Marsha VVcstphal, Karen Stein, Gail Osborn, Pam Riley, Audrey Vanderbles. 59 Row 1: Nicholas Marinelli, David Delaney, Rick Ganter, John Knapp, james Dessert, Robert Laskie, William I-Ioier, Douglas Macaulay, Bruce Hilbrccht, Dale Koch. Row 2: Jerry Ford, George Basil, Wayne Fricke, Barry Knox, Gary Grossman, Bob Bambach, Eugene Chamberland, William Kearns. Row 3: john Bresnahan, Mack Gillies, Bruce Fowler, Kevin Lyons, Drew Dorey, Paul Bajer, Don Johnson, Tom Cogswell, jim Hawks. Row 4: Paul Clarke, Thomas Boebel. Nelson McCall, Terry Bodewcs, Eugene Benzino, Donald Burnett, Martin Bealer, Herbert Lotter, Robert Farkas. SOPHOMORE BOYS Row I: Bob Tuttle, Don Trudell, Larry Szuminski, Herman Stein, Donald Vfallace, Barry Shalit, Ted Osborn, Ken Starr, Fred Page, Kayden VVood, Row 2: Ed Russo, John Patchen, Joseph Valenta, Dave Roetzer, jack Telfair, Brookes Spong, Al Pezoldt, Arthur Oliver, Dave Toelsin. Row 3: Ron Pellman, Timmy Telesco, Nicky Shoslio, Stephen Smithey, Bill Slowe, Lewis Xvood, Fred Seidl, Alfred Zepp, Dick Sax, Ron Storfer. Row 4: George Provost, Ken Welton, Max Simpson, Robert Parks, Ned Seiffert, Dave jackson, john Patterson, jerry Pawlowski, jack Weinberg, Calvin Starz. 60 Tuner Rl 1 l l A VE2 W' J SCH00 l lIFE 5'0T"vT'2'l'J' -. . - . . ., . . . .. 5053?5.ga.g.32.g..g.:.fag.g.g.j., 5559! g -'c.w fc ,.-.'.'.'.':'.-.'.-.-.-,'e.-f- ...-,-4.4.3,-, 5 .,. . . .-,-.-.-,. .n . .y hp,-,-,. ...Mg .-.-.f.'.,-,'.-,g:.-.- 4. .-,.,,-Q ,'.,...,".g.g,g... .....,.f. .,.-,,,-A, . -,.....,,. .,.,,.'. . . 3.,.g.g.'.-,.g.p- - - ' - ' ' -- ,,,.,.,.f.,.,v A-1-24,3-3:31-f we -Aw." .-.-.s 1- .. . 1 .-.-.v.'.4:.f .'.-.gv qv .'.'.' u -'. 4 .'.fQv.n:.:6:f ,.-.,.,.,.,.,,y., ,95q.g.'.'-Jn' .-:ex-:Z-3" .-:r1ef:3-:':- siisiffzif N - -rl:-:-5.5.gSf' ,.'.:.:.g.'a,.g..' ,gf-ax.-2-5-tl If 'V . f X- I I . , 11 l , I A ' ., l' 1 K V I .4 , 1 . .-:-'I' .Eff-2-3.34: .1ZF:1:!5:3:1:f ,glgzg-:-:al-' , ' .,,.,...g.g.g.' I5-1-g.3.:.'2' ' 1 ' .,., , ,. , . , 'A-.4.','.-:, W 4 ' 1 .o.'.'.'., 1' +- -rk-I-fdiff 4 - - . . . , , , ,ke a, Q 9 1 I V L.. .'o'e'. 'rf' 1 - 1 mv,-.-. Q' f - 1 4 ,gpm :-:-zliifxk' S - -:?3'3'E.' f X .g.:.,.v,-.9 1 , . . .-.v,'.. .,.,.,.,,.,, .'a'.'.'.'.'. , ,f.g.:,5.'.-.- . .-tagfiftizf' ' Mft 1'.'.',' '-"'4':-:':- 9'ff'.'.'.7 ' ,.- Q va., wx.- Qiffzitiz? . I V. 4 -'.-,- . W fl"-3"-'W I -9 -9921 1 Q . II . , 1 4 x . ,f , ' HALL FFA E Sue Baer-Peppy, able Student Council Handbook Editor. Lee Backus - Up and co1ning Sophomore Thespian. Mack Campbell- Champion ECIC football player. WA Dick Chappell -All-around personalityg Student Council president. Tony Culver - Reliable, faithful Stage Crew manager. M Don Downs - Musical talent that will go far. 1 Rick DuBois - Athletics, personality. fl Ty Dunn - Unusual dramatic ability. Marge Eckhert - Peppy Tower editor. Dick Gernold- Leadership, outstanding basketball prowess. 1 V Betty Gorenflo - Sincere school service. 1 Marcia Granger - Hard working Senior. 7 HX Bill Hoier - Top-notch Projection Crew worker. Q A Audrey Hurd - Hi-Y leadership. Meryl Ann Keating - Character, scholarship, leadership, service. Malissa Lovell - Excellent Taller editor and Honor Society President. Sue McAllester- Quiet, effective way of doing things. Anne Mitchell - Leadership in activities. Yf Bob Noon - Captain of ECIC football champions. Ed Pettis - High school service. Martha Radley -lfVilling volunteer in numerous organizations. Joe Roberts - Always active on behalf of the Student Council. Yvonne Schaelchlin - Outstanding journalist whose work has appeared in Tower, Taller, and Triad. Mary Stoneclifle - Cheerful library worker extraordinary. Ted Totman - Student Council activitiesg speedy Cross Country runner. Gary Tunmore- Five star Thespian. Annette Unfried - Typing speedster. Dick Vance - Hard worker in the science labs. Cathy Voss - Hard worker in Senior activities. Katie W'allis - Personality and drive. Jack VVatsen - Eflicient Honor Society Store manager. i Pat West - Quiet, reliable Triad editor. I Joanne Williston - Co-operation and high voluntary service. q A Craig Mlratten - Leadership in a quiet way. y i 4x l -J 1- jii N 5- Zqiifgli T , ll 1 ll li 61 6 7 8 19 23 27 10 I955 J , 4 . ' U -016, , .. SEPTEMBER 2 x !G I QQ!! Opening Faculty Meeting-Great things are in store. School opens-"Hail, hail, the gang's all here!" Classes begin-Wha' happened to the junior High? P.T.A. Senior Tea--Dress up and pep up. First Football Game - Amherst 25, Depew 13 - That's the thing-we want a touchdown!! First Soccer Game - Holland 5, Amherst 2 -Sad news today. 1 1' .Y 21 S O fg' N - U , 0 E t fn lggu-Ai! FEBRUARY Q 'FEES' ' --.1 QJIY l Q83 t Basketball Game - Amherst 68, Hamburg 44 - Score, Score - Lots more!! 9-11 "Brigadoon"-Once in the Highlands, the High- 12 13 16 I7 18 22 lands of Scotland-. "Brigadoon" vanishes forever. Lincoln's Birthday-Something new and different- No school!! P.T.A. Night with the Amherst Players-"Ladies in Retirement." Basketball Game-Amherst vs. Orchard Park- "Someone's in the bleachers yellin' Hurrah! for Am- herst." Band trip to Toronto-Our claim to fame spreads abroad. Washington's Birthday - One day vacation - Needed! MOM EN S TC Q 9 8 ' F' , 47 3 :ij ocroasn l Cheerleaders' Dance-Did someone say there was room for dancing? 5 Tatler comes out - Staff wins out. 8 Football Game-Amherst 21, Xvest Seneca 7-Rival teams can never scare us!! 12 Columbus Day -Easiest day yet. Thanks, Chris! 1-l Football Game-XVilliamsviIle 13, Amherst 6-We had the spirit no matter how much rain! 19 Parents Go-to-School Night-Oh! oh! They find out the truth about us. 21 Honor Society Induction - Character, Scholarship, Leadership, Service. 26 Report Cards- It shouldn't happen to a dog! 28, 29 Senior Play-"A Murder Has Been Arranged"- ACH!!! fa ,FJ Jw - I ' '12 MARCH - APRI xl' .Z-N-Zh, 21 Report Cards-Not again! 22-24 VVater Follies- One, two, three, Splash! 29 Easter Holidays begin -Oh, for the Sunny South. 15 Amherst Symphony Concert-The best, first and al- ways. 18 P.T.A. Annual Meeting-Election of officers, change in personnel. 20-21 junior Play-"Arsenic and Old Lace"-Okay, who put the poison in the bottle of wineP! EMEMBER I9 6 A NOVEMBER tl. CIC! ., 4 Autumn Ball- A gay whirl inlgay colors. 4 Choral Concert- Musical talent in our own back 130:59 re, is 7""l?fn -- . . I 2 9 ' nzcemssn JANUARY - 1 1 I A4 I 5 I ye If 1 H El ' A fl ,fl Af' ,z First Basketball Game-Amherst 89, Cleveland Hill 31 -And away we go!! fNext stop - Memorial Audi- toriumj Basketball Game -Amherst 92, Williamsville 72 - Three cheers for the team! liardin . D 11 Orchestra Concert- Plink, Plank, Plunk! 8 UCCHOH 1337-1513 doings at the Polls' 19-21 Alumni Reunion-The college club meets at Am- 10 Football Game-Amherst 12, Lancaster 7-And the herst ' mud grew deeper and deeper and deee' ' "' 21 Gala Christmas Party-Merry Christmas, everybody! ll Veterans' Day-These clay-offs sure are a wonderful habit' t ll P.T.A. Potluck Supper and Panel Discussion - Shhhhl 24' 25 Thanksgiving Vveekend - Ummmmmml Turkeym 14 College Boards-Senior reaction- "Well, it was a nice thought." 21 Senior Ball-"Memories are made of this." 27 Semester Ends -Chin up! Only 20 more Aweeks to go. 13, 17, 20 Basketball Winning Streak Continued -Tl1ere's 21 Tiger in the crowd! Oopsl Sorry, Marigoldl .X 1? ,K j I X 1 lv -- up X if J I X , I 8 A X ', 'es 9 3 ' - ' ku Q , , say OAS 1' C J A MAY ,X y 7 -- 2-5 Music Festival-All those peoplel All that music! ,, ,I " 5 JUNE 5 Science Congress-Shhhhhhhl Genius at Workl ' V ' . 9 25 Amards and Thespians Play - The great wide theater. 30 Memorial Day-spring fever. 31 Girls' Sports Banquet -Athletes in heels. l junior Prom -A little bit of Stardust. 7 Boys' Sports Banquet-Free dinner. 14 Moving Up Day-The hottest day in June. 15 Exams begin-Last Chancel 22 School closes-Another year has slipped by. 22 Graduation-The end of a chapter. MUSIC A As in other years, Amherst Central's music department experienced another successful school year.'At one time or another, almost every person in the "halls of ivy" is connected with this department and its programs in so1ne way. The A'Cappella Choir has maintained a top rating at the annual music festival for the past two years. In No- vember, the A'Cappella and the Senior Mixed Choirs inaugurated the concert season by presenting an enjoy- able evening of musical entertainment. Singing for the annual Science Teachers Conference at the Hotel Statler and for the Secondary Schools Principals Convention at Hotel Onondaga in Syracuse were some of the highlights for these harmonious voices during the past year. Mr. Reitz, the director, and officers Tyler Dunn, Presidentg Jack Wfatsen, Vice President, Sue McAllester, Secretary, Edward Pettis, Treasurer, Gary Tunmore, Business Man- ager, Katie lfVallis, Librariang and Karen VVitt, Robe Custodian planned the various programs. The Senior Band, under the direction of Mr. Krestic and leadership of Pete Schmitt, President, Benny Elliott, Vice Presidentg Joan Helbig, Secretary-Treasurerg and Tony Bueschen, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, partici- pated in assembly programs, the Kiwanis Music Festival in Toronto, and the music festival in May. Members of this top ranking band competed for individual ratings at the festivals, many attaining the highest scores. The Marching Band, a division of the Senior Band, is probably best remembered for its picturesque formations on the athletic Held at the football games above any- A Mr. Reitz Mr. Krestic MHERST thing else. The Flag Twirlers, Majorettes, and the Tig ettes appeared with the band whenever weather cor tions were favorable. Mr. Greene, the most recent addition to Amher music faculty, has proved to be an excellent music structor for the Senior Orchestra. All agree that he ' done wonderful work on a task which requires hard w but receives little praise. At their annual Christmas cert, Annette Fraustino was the soloist. Improving l year to year, the orchestra has a promising future. oflicers were: Don Downs, President, Sandra Mfendt, President, Gail Rueger, Secretary, Steve I-Iauscl Treasurer, and Mary Ann Spoor, Librarian, Through the combined efforts of the orchestra, the choirs, and the many other departments in our scl "Brigadoon," the seventh annual postwar operetta, a tremendous success. This musical production, ui the direction of Mr. Reitz and Mr. Beebe, included sw- dances, usually omitted by amateurs, and a professi bagpiper. The efforts of the entire student body rewarded with wholehearted applause on February 9 and 11. Amherst's music department has been growing b each year and is well known for its outstanding pr tions and concerts. This was exemplified when Joan big, representing the Senior Band, and Don D Sandra Welidt, and Mary Ann Spoor, representin Senior Orchestra, competed in the All-State Music tival in Albany. Credit goes not only to the teachers to each and every member of our many musical or zations. 5- ,' QI, X . , , Mr. Greene w ' . OODWI D ..I TET Pezoldt, joan I-Ielbig, Wayne Fricke, lg McLernon, Paul Swing. RI G ENSEMBLE J: Don Downs, Maryanne Powell, IJ Brown, Marcia Angell, Tony Mitch, 'y Ann Spoor, Stephen Hauschka da Vfallace. Row 2: Denny Galvin. TIGERTCDWN SIX Henry Hueber, Denny Galvin, Benny Elliott, Al Ansuini, Paul Newcomb, Pete Schmitt. Row 1: Dick Chappell, Bill Famer, Henry Hue- ber, Jack Coe, Benny Elliott. Row 2: Pete Schmitt, Tony Bueschen, Paul Newcomb. Row 3: Mr. Greene, A1 Ansuini, Denny Galvin, Bill Martin, Ron Smith. SR. HIGH ANCE BAN 65 1 'Q' mf T Row 1: Gail Stillwell, Robin Askin, Peggy Priest, Joberta Schriver, Marilyn Ryan, Karla Swartzel, Judy Ruhland, Joy Lisk. Row 2: Mary Thomas, Kit Nicholson, Marcia Granger, Elinor Laundy, Sue Mc- Allester, Shirley Cook, Sherry Deyell, Judy Kulp, Donna Bonner. Row 3: Loretta Eckman, Adele Davis, Frank Ernst, Kurt Bradley, Ray Smith, Dick Valone, Dave McCray, Chris Kraatz. Row 4: Barb Spencer, Bill Bacon, Bill Vogel, Ty Dunn, Heath West, Rog Shafer, John Schuck, Elliott Larson. A CAPPELLA CHCDIR Rau' I: Elaine Wright, Pat Thayer, Raven Askin, Barb Jepson, Lois Critoph, Sue Fowler, Sandy Stock, Carol Sharpe, Sandy Fegely, Pat Fiegl. Row 2: Sue Richter, Bonnie Bitner, Kay Berry, Carol Dobeis, Carla Campbell, Elaine Haas, Sue Hutchinson, Pat Ginter, Royann Presley, joan Brownson. Row 3: Nancy Russell, Aldine Wildenkon, jean Niethe, Carol Tally, Pal Wicker, Cyndy Munroe, Rosie Forst- ner, Sharolynne Brown, Mary Ellen Bernhardt, Nancy Crilhin. Row 4: Dale Koch, Ken Eckhert, Bruce I-Iilbrecht, Larry Davis, Dave Lindstrom, Jerry Ford, jerry Farrow, Gary Grossman, Sidney iNinter, Dave Slowe. Q Q Row I: Katie Wallis, Martha Radley, Ann Bealer, Marge McDonnell, Sue Cook, Doris Schulz, Sue Geyer, Elaine Priore, Marcia Meyer. Row 2: Treva Wood, Roberta Landel, Linda Hawes, Joan Bainbridge, Doris Dryer, Joanne Cesareo, Carol Winegar, Audrey Hurd. Row 3: Don Wilhelm, Ed Pettis, Chuck Pettis, Gary Tunmore, Larry Stiles, Henry Hueber, Barry YVagner, Shannon Theobald. Row 4: Dave Jay, Dan Mooney, Dave Haller, Steve Epstein, Jack Watsen, Merrill Trefzer, Denny Mattey, Karen Witt. SENICDR MIXED C CIR Row 1: Gail Hildinger, Joyce DeXVein, Sue Smith, Sandy Kramer, Karen Krestic, Linda Leininger, Joyce Eubank, Sue Shepherd, Ann Demmin Diane Duflin. Row 2: Judy Ebberts, Kathy Kubala, Barb Karcher, Phyllis Geisler, Carol Chemelli, Janice Thompson, Xvlllllil Piper, Janet Steen, Pat Vlehle, Betty Gorcnflo. Row 3: Barb Hanlon, Carol Rinker, Barb Conti, Virginia Nash, Ros Wesson, Judy Anderson, Jackie Schultz. Sandy Schnell, Peggy Strauch, Sherry Gorman, Row 4: Don Maurer, Terry Bodewes, Roger Hyde, Jim Hayes, Kevin McNamara, Jack Hanny, Ron Cook, Don Wallace, Jeff Clayton. f""?1 ,I 6 1 eer M-Y l l l 67 Row I: Don Downs, Maryanne Powell, Marie Robillard, Marcia Scott, Paul Swing. Row 2: Barb Brown, Denny Galvin, Joanna Ellett, Mary Mintzas, David Batson, Benny Elliott. Row 3: Marcia Angel, Chuck Ritter, Tony Bueschen, Bruce Eavenson, Pete Schmitt, Ron Smith. Row 4: Mr. Greene, Al Ansuini, Gail Osborn, Bill Martin, Jan Dyckrnan. , , I if y 1 - .. . ,,.1 I .L I I If AA I I 1. Row 1: YVaync Fricke, Sandy Skidmore, Judy Jenkins, Paul Swing, Carl Henson. Row 2: Ken Mac- Kenzie, Ray johnson, Fred Seidl, Tom Cogswell, Sandy Buslxy, Ken Starr, Russ Barber, Bill Farner. Row 3: Lewis Mlood, jim Flagg, George Brown, Barry Wood, Bill Brunskill, Sue Leslie, Frank Puller, Paul Newcomb, Dick Hohlstein. Row 4: Dave Baldwin, jack Coe, Bob Balsano, Dick Ellis, Ray Skelly. ,Q jig fm- if Row 1: Carl Henson, Mary Ann Spoor, Sandra Wendt, Steve Hauschka, Lynda Wallace. Row 2: Joan Helbig, Wayne Fricke, jacquie Stroh, Tony Mitch, Audrey Hurd, Gail Ruegcr. Row 3: Paul New- comb, Bill WVilhelm, Frank Puffer, Ken MacKenzie, Pete Welker, jim Lillie, Pat Dickerson, Barb Tufts, Ruth Truby. Row 4: Tom Weir, Judy Harbison. BAD TU DE T COUNCIL During the past year the Student Council has acted as a strong link between the student body and the administration of A.C.H.S. Under the able leadership of Dick Chappell, President, Ted Totman, Vice-Presidentg Anne Mitchell, Secre- taryg and John Oehler, Treasurer, much.has been acocmplished by this organization. The student body obtains a voice in the coun- cil through the homeroom representatives. How- ever, the bulk of the work is done by the execu- tive board which meets daily and is composed of the standing committees and three grade repre- sentatives. Again this year the Student Council was suc- cessful in its annual magazine drive by acquir- ing a profit of 31400, much of which furnishes financial support to many of Aml1erst's activi- ties. A total of 3355 was contributed by the stu- dent body to the Community Chest-Red Cross drive. Reigning as principals for the day were Mr. and Mrs. Red Feather, Art Shilen and Katie Wallis. 5182 in dimes and dollars was contributed to the fight against polio as Bonnie Locher was elected as Amherst's representative in the Miss March of Dimes contest. The Student Council charters and supports A.C.I-I.S. activities, publishes the student hand- book, "The Tale of Two Tigers," sponsors the annual hilarious Christmas party, and has paved the way for the opening of the Student Union last March. The year can be summed up with applause for the student leaders and their advisors, Mr. Ros- enberry and Mrs, Husband. Y . -sm -- . "Ei- ' ZDWDANLF. NOTICE5 3 5 Qi, O N STU D ENT 4 D sslfm E55 FICE X lr -4 .i- 1 ,. ' , 1 I - v r ssl: i , .1 lv 'I , 5' , ' .V ,Y Row 1: Anne Mitchell, Ted Totman, Dick Chappell, john Oehler. Row 2: Judy Williams, Lynne Voelker, Pam Riley, Donna Danitz, Mary Stonecliffe, Carol Wincgar, Betty Gorenflo, Doreen Wood, Linda Leininger. Row 3: Sue Baer, Meg Genrich, Tony Bueschen, Ted Jacobs, Joe Valenta, Ed Pettls, Sherry Deyell, Mary Mintzas. Row 4: Don Wilhelm, Fred Seidl, Spencer Cleveland, Terry Badewes, Tom Ryan, Joe Roberts, Paul Newcomb. UILL AND SCROLL le Quill and Scroll, an honorary erary society at Amherst, began Hrst year as an active chapter s year. Under the leadership of eryl Ann Keating, Presidentg Sue er, Secretaryg Ed Pettis, Treas- rg and Miss Waldow, the advi- , this organization succeeded in purpose to promote journalism ong high school students and to intain high standards in each of school's literary publications, three T's. LITER RY ACTIVITIE l I l Row I: Pat West, Sara Brown, Denny Trudell. Row 2: Miss Waldow, Mary Bruso, Meryl Ann Keating, Cathie Voss, Malissa Lowell. Row 3: Judy Murray, Meg Genrich, Annette Unfried, Marcia Granger, jack Watsen. Not Pictured: Marge Eckhert, Yvonne Schaelchlin, john Gillis, Ed Pettis, Sue Baer. 71 NEWSPAPER CLUB The Newspaper Club publishes a school column of news which ap- pears weekly in the local commu- nity paper, The Amherst Bee. In this club, young journalists further their interests by writing about im- portant school news and events. This organization is under the leadership of George Basil, Editor- in-Chief, and Mrs. Hannel, the ad- visor. Lee Backus, George Basil, Mrs. Hannel, Ty Dunn, Roberta Landel, Barb Euller, Gary Tunmore. Row I Marge Eckhert Bonnie Foit. Row 2: Cathie Voss, Yvonne Schaelchlin. Row 3: Gretchen Weber Annette Unfued Row 4 Ed Pettis, Meryl Ann Keating, Tom Weir. Not Pictured: Chris Snider Marcia Gianger Mr Rott Adviser. if-B55 Kita-an Toner EXECUTIVE STAFF X Editor Associate Editor Business Manager Art Editor Assistant Art Editor Assistant Editors Subscription, A dvertising Adanagei' Faculty Adviser Marge Eckhert Yvonne Schaelchlin Ed Pettis Meryl Ann Keating Gretchen Weber Cathie Voss Marcia Granger Bonnie Foit Annette Unfried Torn Weir Chris Snider Mr. R. K. Rott um Q 'lei 'f' Q5 'Wi Liz.: i XR' S' ES Beginning in September, the staff niet to organ- ize and to plan the 1956 Tower. Many Seniors participated in the subscription and advertising campaigns which began in the fall and lasted several months. However, the real work of the yearbook was carried on in Room 219, where the executive staif met night after night to plan themes, photographs, and the thousand and one other things which are necessary in the produc- tion of any yearbook. This, your Tower, is the combined effort of the whole staff. Marge Eckhert and Ed Pettis GE ERAL STAFF Row I: Peggy Priest, Barb Brown, Pat Thayer, Peggy Strauch, Mary Bruso, Marcia Meyer, Sara Brown, Doreen Y'Vood, Liz Burns, Barb Spencer. Row 2: Anne Berry, Barb Euller, Barb Clark, Sherry Deyell, Ken Stepien, Kurt Bradley, Sue Cutler, Malcolm Van Dyke, Tom Cree. Row 3: Margot Flemming, Carol Immig, Barb Sutton, Roberta Landel, Ted Totinan, Martha Radley, Carole Baer, Gary Whitley. Row 4: Judy Maurer, Mary jane Ohlson, Barb Zack, Donna Bonner, Joyce Hicks, Carole Francis, Treva YVood, Katie Mfallis, Bob Noon. 73 T TLER Row I: Ellen Balnis, Yvonne Schaelchlin, Malissa Lovell, John Gillis, Judy Coon. Row 2: Sara Brown, Kit Nicholson, Ann- GENERAL STAFF Row 1: Judy Carson, Meryl Ann Keating, Nancy Holmes, Karen Ganter. Row 2: Nancy Russell, Lynne Voelker, Cathie Voss, Carol Strommer. Row 3: Carol Muel- ler, Barb Hanlon, Nadine Schirra, Pat Burgoyne. '74 1 elle Unfried, Mary Bruso, Denny Tru- clell, Carol Mueller, Chris Jacobs. Under the leadership of the hard-working editor-in-chief, Malissa Lovell, issues of the school paper were published twice a month. The TATLER fills its post by keeping the student body informed as well as teaching the stall' the fundamentals of journalism and other newspaper skills through actual practice. This highly efficient pub- lication, which sells for live cents a copy, is the result of the combined efforts of the executive staff headed by Malissa and John Gillis, Associate Editor, and the ad- visor, Mr. Rott. .l l i .1-3" y , , .lg T l J 5 FX 2 J xl , l' l TRIAD EXECUTIVE STAFF Row I: Bonni Roy, Judy Murray. Row 2: em gr Miss Waldow, Pat West, Heidi Miller. Row 5: Annette Unfried, Meryl Ann 1 - ' 2' Keating. ' , , - W i i ,M it F i The TRIAD, an anthology of student literature, is pub- lished annually under the supervision of Miss Mfaldow. Being one of fX1'lll1C1'SC'S three literary publications, it is an excellent source of original poems, essays, and short stories. The laborious hours spent working by Pat VVest, Editor: Judy Murray, Assistant Editor: Heidi Miller, Copy Editor, Bonni Roy, Business Managerg Meryl Ann Keating, Art Editor: and Annette Unfried, Typing Edi- tor resulted in the publication of this widely read liter- ary magazine. . 5 q-iz? 4, E ' 'QWJF .'?i.fPT- " ' ' A 5 a ..j. 1 l ., QQQLJLQ VI j ,,-. 1 ,S 1- , - 31- ie, Q- T- A-4 -' Ei, - Y ,,,: A it .zz -17 V as Q 5, -fe V ' -I - O i - 'Th 1 Wd! , ,f '7- J -gg-ang: Z DIAD, negate" z 1 ', f-' GENERAL STAFF Row I: Nadine Schirra, Marilyn Ryan, Barb Levy, Gwen Smith, Lynda Hopkins, Mary Johnson. Row 2: Pat Dickerson, Bonnie Foit, Sally Paul, Joy Lisk, Carol Strominer, Karen Canter. Row 3: Judy Hinehlifie, Esther Fischer, Sara Morgan, Dona DiPasquale, Marilyn O'Dowd. 75 xg, rv ,,, M., . ?-3.7-... ,. .,,, , WY.. ,LW ' 'YV--'?F,. -'Y 1 . . 5 Q ri .2 ,i ,gy I ir 2 sift ' 71' r -sr, or v,., 'Q Row 1: Wanda Crosby, Sue Richter, Pat Dickerson, Lynda Wallace, Mrs. Heuser, Dorothy Clif- ford, Mary Stonecliffe, Chris Jacobs, Sue Smith. Row 2: Joyce DeWein, Henry Echevarria, Noreen Rein, Bettina Bergman, Bill Kearns, Paul Bitner, 'Tina Drapanas, Janet Kelling, Gail Mc- Laughlin, Barb Bruso, Elaine Haas. Row 3: Rita Ritchie, Yvonne Lucore, Nancy Holmes, Sally Manske, Eileen O'Connor, Fred Smeader, Bill Slowe, Shirley Cook, Judy Murray, Kathy Meyers, Judy Hinchliffe, Edna Conlon. Row I: Doug Mclscrnon, Dave Prill, Pete Bickford, Yvonne Schaelchlin, Mr. lfklilkens, Dave Grotke, Elinor Laundy, Ken Starr, Cail Rueger, Joan Steinberger. Ron' 2: Jan Dyckman, John Knapp, Bob Laskie, Annette Unfried, Brenda Lettie, Audrey Hurd, Jim Lillie, Trudy Allespach, Paul Newcomb, Marcia Scott, 'Ted Osborn, Annette Fraustino. Row 3: Carl Henson, Art Oliver, Doug Andres, Ron Cook, Ron Berner, Ed Lewis, Merrill Trefzer, Judy Harbison, Sally Amos, Ann O'Neil, Pat Brick. Row 4: George Hausner, Jim Blechinger, Jim Braniecki, AI Pezoldt, Don Kleinbub, Reggie Cleveland, Art Baus, Roberta Landcl, Dick Vance, Carol Tally, Audrey Van- derbles, Judy Jenkins, Joyce Tripi. Row 5: Bill Brunskill, Gunnar Hurtig, Chris Kraatz, Gary Santrnire, Bruce Schmidt, Ned Seiffert, Dick Drexelius, Elliott Larson, Byron Heinz. Bill Moldt, Herb Lother, Fred Seidl, Wayne Fricke, Jim Casterline. . ' 1, .:. ,. -mf ' r as ', at ,V 1 S ANS ' LUB Fred Smeadcr break. the Pinata. A 'lbif Q,t,5,mkm sinh Fmzi ll r be Dave Miller and Carl Henson the new Deutschlernerbu motto. 'r GER IENC :LUB .sf Q- .1 P. Au -,,-: , N, 'S F1 Row 1: Elaine Wright, Judy l'Villiams, Betty Gorenflo, Bonni Roy, Elaine Priore, Miss Enca, Ellen Balnis, Margot Flemming, Carol Eichorn, Teddy Rizk. Row 2: Karla Swartzcl, Barb Eddy, Jan Nichols, Bettina Bergman, Marie Robillard, Judy Goldberg, Marcia Scott, Jo Ellett, Nancy Long, Sandy Stock. Row 3: Claudia Podbielniak, Bobby Mudd, Carol Mueller, Carol Win- egar, Nancy I-Iolmes, Judy Febrey, Anne Bookbinder, Betty Greene, Carol Eddy, Mary Mintzas, Mary Thomas, Row 4: Judy Hall, Kathy Kubala, Jackie Schultz, Marcia Bernhoft, Jim Dessert, George Basil, Don Burnett, Lee Backus, Ruth Truby, Sally Gorenflo, Tony Mitch. ANGUAG LUB Marie Robillard, Robert NeFE, and Janet Filsinger observe the French Club's model of the Eiffel Tower. three language clubs of Amherst have one common marshmallows, and others which are a club secret give use underlying all their activities. All meetings are this event top priority in the program. Other events in- gned in some way or other to acquaint the members clude the Christmas party at the University of Buffalo, the language, traditions, and customs of the people Kallfeeklatsches, and the Hnal dinner at a well-known rance, Germany, or Spain. German restaurant. Ofhcers are: Yvonne Schaelchlin, 'NCH CLUB. In addition to its annual picnic, Presidentg Dave Grotke, Vice Presidentg Fred Smeader, ter party, and Christmas party, the French Club has Secretaryg Pete Bickford, Treasurer, Elinor Laundy, His- the added pleasure of hearing a visiting professor toriang and Mr. Xfllilkens, Adviser. 1 Marseilles speak on his native country. Better SPANISH CLUB, Members of the Spanish Club be- vn as Le Circle Francais, this group was headed by came acquainted with the customs of Spanish speaking Ile Priore, President: B0ll1ll Roy, Vice P1'CSiClC11t3 countries through guest speakers, such as Miss Kollolf got Flemming, SeC1'eta1'ys Ellen Balnis, Treasurer: who spoke about her trip to Mexico, the annual Christ- MiSS EHC21, Af.lviS6r. mas party with the pinata, a Spanish dinner, and the MAN CLUB- The higllligllt of D6l1tSCl1l61'HCf- final June party. Ofhcers are Lynda YVallace, Presidentg 'S 21CtiVitiCS is the l1il21riOuS iI1iti21tiOH held in the Dorothy Clifford, Vice President, Mary Stoneclilfe, Secre- fall. SIUHIS iI1CludiHg the barbel' Chair, Ch2irC021lCd taryg Pat Dickerson, Treasurerg and Mrs. Heuser, Adviser. '77 SCIENCE ACTIVITIES use ',-,gm my .sn vi Under the cosponsorship of Mr. Petersen and Mr. Un- gerer, and the able leadership of Dick Vance, President, Doug Koeppen, Vice President, Dave Jay, Secretary, Pat West, Treasurer, the Science Club was occupied with demonstrations, Science Congress projectsg Iield trips, in- cluding a trip to Dunlop Tire R Rubber Companyg and its animal picnic. The Biology Club's interesting and educational pro- gram is comprised of weekly meetings which include Blotocsv CLUB I mi : il M55 a t -, "XIII xv 4 +L " ' films, speakers, field trips to collect biological specii and working on individual projects of special in to its members. This spring the club conducted a munity service soil testing project while many mei presented research projects at the Western New Y Science Congress. Biology students are invited to p pate in this organization under the supervision ot Lape with the help of Lee Backus, Presidentg Dick 1 Vice President, Gail Osborn, Secretary. 1 I5 Q. sw. 1 I, 52 J V "gf , . I ,.y. I - I l AE. A . SENIOR SCIENCE CLUB Row 1: Mr. Petersen, Pat-West, Dax Prill, Dick Vance, Doug Koeppen, Dax Jay, Frank Pufler, Mel Lehr, Mr. gerer. Row 2: Dave Miller, Chuck Paul Swing, Mark Kositsky, John Ron Cook, Ron Berner, Ed Lewis, Casterline. Row 3: Dick Stoesser Kositsky. Gunnar Hurtig, Jim R1 Dick Chappell, Dave Grotke, Bill skill, Doug McLernon. Row 4: Bob Sopo, Dave Batson, Dick Ellis, Dean dineer, Elliott Larson, Charles Dick Dienstbier. - -ii., i ' A 1 .f ,A . Q ,c c. .' 'JL' 1 11 E I F, l W lid 2'- F Hoier. Row 2: Phil Baily, Ann Demmin, Gail Rueger, Karen Krestic, Jo Ellett DW X l w Row 3 im Delane Bob T Terwilliger, Kay Benry, Joyce e ein, Jean is nt re s. : J y, Row 1: Ted Osborn, Bebe Behrens, Gail Osborn, Mr. Lape, Lee Backus, Dick Coad, B Pat Wicker ,Rosie Forstner, Judy Jenkins, Bonnie Bitner, Marlene Comardo. Row 4: Starr, Sharolynne Brown, Stephen Hauschka, Chuck Ritter, Alton Cathcart, Judy Ku 78 Audrey Vanderbles, Sue Leslie. :Q tv' N v Qi . 7' ,-..,, X via, MHER T HI-Y l 7 Row 1: Paul Newcomb, Harriet Wheeler, Audrey Hurd, Gary Tunmore, Malissa Lowell, Ed Pettis. Row 2: Pat Dickerson, Anne Mitchell, Sue Anderson, Linda Hawes, judy Murray, Barb Fruehauf, Robin Askin. Row 3: Ron Thomas, Pete Bickford, Ken MacKenzie, Bob Pfeffer, john Schuck, Don Wilhelm, Mel Lehr. The "Autumn Ball" "The purpose of Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian char- acter." This pledge is carried out by six different Hi-Y chapters at Amherst as well as clubs in neighboring schools. The Hi-Y movement at A.C.H.S. is directed by the Inter Hi-Y Council under the leadership of Audrey Hurd, Presidentg Gary Tunmore, Vice-President, Malissa Lovell, Secretary, and Ed Pettis, Treasurer. Sandy Rose, executive secretary of the Northeast Branch of the Buffalo Y.M.C.A., and Mrs. Arend act as sponsors of this group representing about 180 students. joint Hi-Y meetings have played a key role in this year's Hi-Y program. The Youth and Government program in which each club proposed a bill to be presented before the Youth and Government assembly in Albany was the main opening event of the year. Decorated in the gay colors of fall, the annual Hi-Y dance, the "Autumn Ball," was climaxed by the crowning of queen Mary Stonecliffe and king Ken MacKenzie. A Christmas pageant depicting Christmas in many lands was directed by Gary Tunmore and enacted by various Hi-Y members. An Easter program and a Sports Night completed the roster of com- bined Hi-Y meetings. Within the various chapters, speakers, movies, field trips, gym and swim nights, preparing food baskets, selling life-savers, and holding parties at children's homes were an integral part of the four aspects of Hi-Y meetings -- religious, educational, business, and social. f li gf DI -GAMMA CHAPTER Row 1: Sue Anderson, Ellen Balnis, Linda Hawes, Anne Mitchell, Elinor Laundy, Dianne Mummery. Row 2: Onnalie Elli- ott, Elaine Myers, Sally Amos, Meg Gen- ? l BETA CHAPTER 80 rich, Heidi Miller, Robin Askin. Row 3: Sally Gorenllo, Marie Robillard, Marcia Westphal, Jackie Stroh, Elaine Priorew Kathy Meyers. Row 4: Judy Rand, Barb Hanlon, Sandra Busby, Pat Olson, Judy Murray, Nancy Holmes, Polly Irons. DELTA CHAPTER Row 1: Gail Briggs, Yvonne Schaelchlin Miss Butt, Sue McAllester, Meryl An Keating, Shirley Cook. Row 2: Dian' Hurley, Carol Strommer, Karen Canter Elaine Haas, Sandy Fegely, Noreen Rein Sandy Metzger. Row 3: Harriet Wheeler Rita Ritchie, Barbara Fruehauf, Marlen Conlardo, Gerry Nowak, Mary Ellen Bern hardt. Row 4: Anne Bookbincler, Rose marie Forstner, Karen Stein, Nancy Grif Hn, Audrey Hurd, Shirley Hadsell. Row 1: Don Maurer, Pete Bickford, Dave Maurer, Dave Batson, Paul Newcomb, Mr. Halm. Row 2: Dave Delaney, Jack Callahan, Booker Patterson, Drew Dorey, Lee Backus, Bill Hoier. Row 3: Jim Hofmeister, Pete Welker, Bruce Schmidt, Jim Rushing, Dick Coad. Row 4: Ed Gates, Harold Williams, Henry Chudy, Bob Pfeffer, Don Hedger, Jack Watsen. DE LTA-RHO CHAPTER low 1: Elliott Larson, Frank Puffer, Barry Vagner, Ken MacKenzie, john Schuck, Jr. Petersen. Row 2: Carl Henson, Ron Serner, Art Bans, John Bliss, Jack Mc- Kinley, Mel Lehr, Bob Laskie. Row 3: im Casterline, l'Vayne Fricke, Dick 'ance, john Henderson, Calvin Starz, ony Mitch, John Knapp. Row 4: Ralph arbyshire, Doug Koeppen, Carl Bush, ack O'Mara, Tom Boebel, Russ Barber, form Kosinerl. Row 5: George Downs, ill Brunskill, Bruce Eavenson, Owen ennedy, Dave Berry, Fred Schade. ALPHA CHAPTER ow I: Bill Delileinc, Dick Ellis, John ehler, Ed Pettis, Mr. Kcntner, Gary unmore, Ron Thomas, Don Wilhelm, en Eckherl. .Row 2: Clint Ackerman, ick Stoesscr, Chuck Pettis, Al Pezoldt, ouis Gee, Dave Grotke, Cliff Hill, Dave ,illLlSll'Oll1, jim Lansdowne, Don Trudell. lou' 3: Ron Cook, joe Valenta, Aaron illowitz, Gunnar Hurtig, Bill Bacon, 'ed Jacobs, Dave Haller, Benny Elliott, red Seidl. Row 4: Jack Elliott, Jim card, Denny Galvin, Arno Hfittig, Gary zlnunire. f 1, .J f , rf I lil Y V, ye Q Xara cn ll llll . A QQ, r T 4. 0 f K, l wb -i 4 I i s Q T y , t gal N, i if' - 'J ': l 1 'X ' 1 jd -v r T T Q3 Y. Row 1: Gail Rueger, Betty Gorenllo, Judi Rausch, Miss Waldow, Malissa Lovell, Pat West. Row 2: Karen Krestic, Annette Unfried, Marcia Scott, Barb Eddy, Elaine Wright. Row 3: Pat Dickerson, Sandy Kramer, jean Smith, Phyllis Gallinan, Pat Wehle, Ann Demmin. Row 4: Sara Brown, Carol Rinker, Roberta Landel, Barb Clark, Kit Nicholson. l A cz 'ua as H is T, my T ll y l? :T ,Q T A . ' .ll , , ji, 5 1 1 W if , ' H M. .Al V T gli Hi il . . ,nl , , ., l fi!! '41 31,5 V ,wean are Pls -" f SIGMA CHAPTER 81 we 'rx l 'U' '-Yrs: 1-fa-: ' Y fig," il"?-l.'l:,1v,2:r'1 -sql f 1 -.-q--- - -... WY- Y. E- - ., N, - Egg, v Q .-5--.,- , , , I ,iq--:H--if - f I .' A ' 'F Fifi' iw '17, 1 .- is ' 'K gf. A 1 fr :si - si: , I ' ' ' .-1 ' '1 - Mill .f ,122 Y ' -If ' ss: - , Q l m i ?95lm'i' "l sfie-1, - i ggjgiu sight : f , ix 5 s X4 . v - - me Ni si a Row 1: judi Rausch, Russ Barber, Bonni Roy, jack Mfatsen, Martha Radley, Dianne Wenninger. Row 2: Yonny Baker, Linda McCord, Ed Peltis, John Schuck, Karen Witt, Gary TLIIIIIIOTC, Ty Dunn. Row 3: Lee Backus, Bob Pfelfer, Katie Vtfallis, Art Baus, Tony Culver, Dave Orcutt, Roberta Lanclcl. The dramatic interests of Aniherstonians are recognized by Aniards and The pians. Membership in Aniards is open to all Senior High studentsg while niembe ship in Thespians, a national honorary dramatic organization, requires cant dates to earn a total of ten points based upon ability and participation in zu phase of dramatic work. Arnards, drama spelled backwards, is part of Thespians and works with them on siniilar activities such as the annual production of three one-act plays, theat parties, and assistance in the operetta. Ollicers are jack XfVatsen, Presidentg jol Schuck, Vice Presidentg Merrill Trefzer, Treasurerg Martha Radley, Secretar Gary Tunniore, Historian, and Mr. Klayinan, Advisor. e W i AMA R D S if i ' iiii 1 ' il Row l.' Esther Fischer, Joyce Eubank, Chuck , H, l Petris, jane Miller, Sherry Gorman, Gary Tun- more. Row 2: Meg Genrich, Ed Pettis, Marilyn O'Dowd, jack Watsen, Nancy Long, john H i V iz i Schuck. Row 3: Carol Strommcr, Karen Gantcr, ' l ,, Ros YVesson, jacquie Stroh, George Basil, Dick Hadley. PROJECTION CREW ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE The Assembly Committee, under the sponsorship of Mr. Klayman, gives those students who wish to plan and develop worthwhile assembly programs a chance to do so. Meeting seventh hour daily, this group aids other school organiza- tions in presenting special programs and gives fellow students an opportunity to participate in the programs. The oificers are Yonny Baker, Chairman, and Dianne Mfenninger, Secretary. Row I: Rosalind Wesson, Bonni Roy, Dianne Wenninger, Mr. Klayman Yonny Baker, Judi Rausch, Judy Kulp. Row 2: Lee Backus, Esther Fischer George Basil, Bob Pfelfer, Ty Dunn, Dave Orcutt, Dick Grando. ow 1: Cliff Hill, Heath West, Bill Bacon, Fred Page. Row 2: Bill Kearns, axe Maurer, Bob Pfeffer, Churchill McCall, Pete Bickford, Bill Hoier. STAGE CREW Amherst's dramatic productions, operettas, and other stage performances would have been vir- tually impossible without the unfailing persever- ance of the Stage Crew. Working behind the scenes of every show on the A.C.H.S. stage, con- structing all the stage settings involved, and han- dling lighting, not only for stage productions but for dances as well, requires countless hours of work. The leadership of Tony Culver, Manager, and Art Baus, Assistant Manager, has made the Stage Crew an indispensable organization. 83 Under the supervision of Mr. Schaefer the Projection Crew has been of untold aid to the teachers, assembly speakers, Adult Education classes, and many other organizations by setting up and operat- ing movie projectors, record players, and tape recorders. Row 1: Tony Culver, Art Baus. Row 2: Dave McGill, Dick Hadley, Wally Gamer. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The main purpose of F.T.A. is to learn more about the opportuni- ties of teaching. Each student, therefore, is assigned to a teacher in his particular held, thus enabl- ing him to see the type of Work for which he would like to prepare. In addition, the club visited various colleges, and elementary and high schools with its officers, Tom Weir, President, Katie Wallis, Vice-Presi- dent, Adele Davis, Treasurer, Rob- ert Landel and Lynda VVallace, Sec- retaries, Merrill Trefzer, Libra- rian, and sponsors Mr. Wilkens and Mrs. Atkinson. gf 2 ,Q 6 Row I: Lynda Wallace, Roberta Landel, Torn YNeir, Mr. Wilkens, Merrill Trefzer, Adele Davis. Row 2: Ann Harnish, Earldene Forrester, Bettina Berg- man, Doug Mclaernon, Karen Frey, Barb Eddy, Elaine Haas. Row 3: Barb Stotz, Pat Raymond, Gayle Terwilliger, Ann O'Neil, Marcia Scott, Rosie Forstner. Row 4: Dave Miller, Judy Hinchliffe, Shirley Cook, Sandra Bushy, Jacquie Stroh, Jo Smith, Barb Euller. ' l ART CLUB The Art Club meets each Thurs- , , day after school. Sketching, paint- T ing, designing, and numerous crafts J U are among their projects. Before i i the Christmas holidays, the mem- Rozu 1: Judy Hinchliffe, Barb Sutton, Mrs. Bang, Peggy Smith, Onnalie Elliott. Row 2: Barb Euller, Jo Smith, Sally Gorenflo, Sue Leslie, Berna Savarino. Row 3: Joyce Eubank, Pat Burgoyne, Roberta Landel, Barb Conti, Sandy Sclinell. il bers invited their mothers, the faculty, and alumnae to a tea. This spring they enjoyed a trip to the Buffalo Art Gallery. Mrs. Bang, the advisor, was assisted by Peggy Smith, President, Barb Sutton, Vice President, Onnalie Elliott, Secretary-Treasurer. OC if L Kathy Kubala, George Basil, Lee Backus, Judy Murray, Gary Tunmore. Not Pictured: Bob Pfeffer, Merrill Trefzer. BRARY CLUB Library Club is composed of uty boys and girls who help the arian during a free period. Un' the leadership of Pat Brick, irmang Mary Stonecliffe, Treas- g and Mrs. Hannel, Advisor, chief events included a punch y for the faculty during the ration of National Book Week a Christmas party for the li- y helpers. For many members, type of work has proved to be stimulus for library service as cation. - it ,L ' il I K ' 'w 3 my , if A1 it DEBATE TEAM The newly organized Debate Team meets with other members of the Suburban Dis- cussion Council, such as Kenmore, Wil- liamsville, to discuss various topics. With Mr. Saltarelli as the advisor, Bob Pfelfer as President, and Judy Murray as Secretary, the team prepared a very good debate on the question of electing the U.S. President by popular vote, as well as other interesting and pertinent topics. Q9 U H4 Q ' -4 Hx' ' . ' all 2 Row 1: Judy Goldberg, Pat Brick, Mrs. Hannel, Mary Stonecliffe, Nancy Monfuletho. Row 2: Marilyn O'Dowd, Edna Conlon, Tom Cogswell, Marie Robillard, Kathy Kubala, Bill Kearns. 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Row 3: SENIGR PLAY OCT. 28, 29 M iss Groze M rs. lfVragg Caverzdislz Beatrice jinzmy North JW rs. Arthur Sir Charles jasper Maurice Mullins A Woman Band Student Directors 90 A MURDER HAS BEEN ARRANG Yvonne Schaelchlin Patricia Burgoyne Benny Elliott Karen WVitt Jack Watsen Doris Dryer Gary Tunmore Tyler Dunn Judy Kulp A1 Ansuini Denny Galvin Hank Hueber Paul Newcomb Pete Schmitt Linda McCord Merrill Trefzer Row I: Joe Roberts, Don vV1ll1Clll'l Carol l'V1I1Cg'll Linda H'1wes Judy Mummy Heidi Millet Dave Orcutt. Row 2 JCIIY Moole Bob Giecnf. Clnis Klaatz Illliou L'uson Bill Bacon Pete Bickford, Paul Bilnel Vol Pictured TCIIY Bl'll0l1C, Bill Hendexson JU IOR PL Y 'ARSENIC AND om LACE" APR. 20, 2I Abby Brewster The Ren. Dr. Harper Teddy Brewster Officer Brophy Officer Klein Martha Brezuster Elaine Harper Mortimer Brezustet' .Mai Gibbs jonatlmn Brewster Dir. 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Q iunnmm BOY'S SPCRT -Ja Y f 5 .ww H0 .E .I' S' hh Bergman " '51 ,I k QNX 1 lx R? 1 J , f Mr Hettlu Mr. Wralten M1 Kenmer Coach Bob Noon, Captain ff-"I Pete Chudy, Rog Kobce, and Dick Gernold Ray Johnson and Bill Dekleine 95 ,vm rj, ' X QQ 5 ' k X W . ,,,, -,Q 5, I, I V ,-J. MIHYH' MEN Y X I , , Q 5 4 .f I " N1 + . 5 ' 5 2 Y 5 1 ' I 6' ,x . 5 3 ,Q I -ji., V. .x 9 1, x 4, f' N ' 3 I J . , " A ' 42 E, -fl lf. I 'ig ,J ,, k I H I Ie. lf ARSITY FGOTB LL gal. : If' - ' .lflil A Row 1: M. Kentner, Bob Rhodes, Bill Hodson, Paul Galleta, Mack Campbell, Bob Noon, Captain, Gary Arvidson, Sam Lucia, Dave Wylie, Jack- Coe, Ted Osborn, Ass't Manager, Bruce Eavenson, Man- ager. Row 2: Mr. Schaefer, Spencer Cleveland, Tom Halt, Mike Barnes, Paul Amato, Bill Linkner, Gary Andres, Paul Heckmann, Ray Smith, Jerry Walker, Dave Baldwin, Gary Whitley. Row 3: Louis Gee, Ass't Manager, Art Griffin, Roger Shafer, Bill Martin, Bruce Schmidt, Norm McCombs, Paul Durkin, Terry Maloney, Steve Epstein, Tom Ryan, Ron Brown. Row 4: Tom Crosby, Roy Lundberg, Dick Ellis, Dave Batson, Bob Streubing, Lon Neilans, Brad Pankow, Pete Schmitt, Don Maurer. SCCDRES Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Total SEN 25 Depew 14 East Aurora 21 West Seneca 6 Williamsville 6 Frontier 14 Hamburg 13 Orchard Park l2 Lancaster l l l Total IORS For the first time in the short history of the E.C.I.C., the Amherst football team finished on top in Division I and undefeated in conference play during the 1955 season. Under the capable coaching of Mr. Kentner and Mr. Schaefer, our well-conditioned team fought its way through eight rugged foes, losing only one nonconference game while defeating seven other elevens. This was one of the very few Tiger squads of more than twenty years of football to win seven contests in a single season. Over a period of the last fourteen games, only one was dropped. The 1955 footballers featured depth at every position, and many were outstanding in their play. A few who played well throughout the season are: Ends, Pete Schmitt, Dave Baldwin, john Seilerg Tackles, Norm Mc- Combs, Harry Scull, Bruce Schmidt, Don Maurer, Guards, Gary Andres, Tom Halt, Bill Martin, Centers, Row I: Pete Schmitt, Bruce Schmidt, Gary Andres, Lon Neilans, Bill Martin, Rog Shafer, Norm McCombs, Don Maurer. Row 2: Mack Campbell, Mike Barnes, Bob Noon. rn Neilans, Bob Struebingg Backs, Dave Wylie, Mack lmpbell, Dick Ellis, Paul Amato, Patil Galletta, Bob Jon, Mike Barnes, Bill Hodsong Kicker, Art Griffin. Shortly preceding the opening game, Bob Noon was acted season's captain by his teammates. His heads-up y throughout the season proved his worth and his m's good choice, An honorary captain was chosen by coaching stall for each game, based on the play of preceding game. Honorary captains were Mike rnes, Mack Campbell, Harry Scull, Gary Andres, Bruce imidt, Bill I-Iodson, Pete Schmitt, Norm McCombs, d Lon Neilans. here were two distinct highlights during the season. ie First occurred at East Aurora when a tremendous ie Devil eleven, the only team to beat Amherst the vious year, went down to defeat at the hands of the gers in a rugged and fiercely battled game whose out- ne was in doubt all the way. The second was the final COI1tCSt, a battle of two divi- sional champs at Lancaster. In ankle deep mud, the Orange and Black outfought the Redskins, Division II champions, to reign over both Divisions I and II. A great many honors were bestowed upon the team and upon its players after the season. Among them was the selection ol Pete Schmitt, Norm McCombs, and Mack Campbell to the Division I All-League team. Fourteen other players received honorable mention, the greatest number ever for an Amherst squad. Mack Campbell, besides being high scorer, was elected the Most Valuable Player on our eleven. The graduating seniors of the football team are look- ing to next year's squad to continue their winning streak under co-captains Tom Halt and Dick Ellis and to retain the V.M.I. cup, presented to Amherst this year as Divi- sion I champions. J. V. FOOTBALL Row 1: Dick Bergman, Manager: Doug Collingwood, Bruce Maurer, Maurice Lutwack, Pat Draves, Assistant Coach: Al Ansuini, Don Wallace, Ron Zander. Row 2: Rog Braun, Nick Shosho, Larry Davis, Kevin McNamara, jim McLean, Dave Delaney, jim Macris, Steve Smithey, jerry Pawlowski, Bill Slowe. Row 3: Hal Alexander, Robert Blackwood, Ron Pellman, Fred Page, Barry Wood, John Drew, Tom Telesco, john Hanny, Paul Cook, A1 Zepp. Raw 4: Tom jackson, 'Dave Ammerman, David Harrison, john Paeplow, Frank Lewis, Charles Berry, Walt Knop, Russell jordan, Al Landreville, Don Sabo, Row 5: Andy Baldwin, Gerald Thielke, john Lorenz, Toby MacLeod, Frank Decker, Nick Fago, Phil Rice, Tom Kenslea, Cliff Hill. 1955 Junior Varsity football team, very ably coached Mr. Bergman, enjoyed a highly exciting and success- season, finishing with the respectable record of four s and two losses. he high point of the season occurred when our boys a ed to Hamburg to defeat a strong Bulldog team only good field seen by the jayvees all year. Ham- lways a big rival, had spoiled an undefeated sea- ie previous year for the Orange and Black. standing players from a squad of almost Hfty in- . Bill Slowe, Dave Delaney, Steve Smithey, Kev Mc- Namara, Rog Brown, Nick Shosho, Jim McLean, Bob Blackwood, Barry Wood, jim Macris, Andy Baldwin, Tim Kenslea, Larry Davis, Bruce Maurer, Tim Telesco, john Drew, and Jerry Pawlowski. Freshmen who showed promise were Paeplow, Sabo, jordan, and Fago. SCORES Amherst East Aurora 0 Amherst 0 West Seneca 6 Amherst 6 Williamsville 0 Amherst 14 Frontier 0 Amherst 19 Hamburg 13 Amherst 6 Orchard Park 13 Total 76 Total 32 VARSITY SCDCCER M Row I: Paul Ross, Bob Sharp, Brad Dunn, Denny Trudell, Craig Yklratten, Ed Pettis, Dick SCOCSSCI Row 2 Dave C-rotke lied Hoeldtke Rog Kobee Ken MacKenzie Brian Norman Dick Chappell, Arno Wittig Art Shilen, Denny Galvin. Row 3' Ben Elliot Chuck Petris, john Oehler jim Williams, Bob Fleischauer, john Schuck, Bill Henderson, Bill Bacon, oe Roberts, M1 Wratten. Row 4: Bob Rees, Hank Hueber, Dick Hohlstein, Jack Elliot, Don VVilhelm, Bob Loesch SCORES ,, 1 1-1-A V? 31. DI? D Amherst 2 Holland 5 Amherst 8 Ni chols 3 Amherst 5 North Collins 2 Amherst 6 Gow ' l Amherst ll Fr Amherst 13 W ontier 4 illiamsville 4 ' Amherst 0 Holland 4 Amherst 4 North Collins 2 Amherst 6 C-ow 2 The Amherst Varsity Soccer te un of 1955 compiled overall record of nine wins and two losses and a ea recoid of eight and two The only deteats suffered by Tigers were at the hands of Holland Central, who ished first in the E.C.I.C., one notch ahead of Amhc The first game of the season was a disappointing inasmuch as Amherst was defeated by Holland, 5-2. lowing the Holland game, Amherst's hooters began winning streak of five games by beating Nichols, N1 Collins, Gow, Frontier, and arch rival Williamsville. In the game against the Billies, played on home : the Tigers were victorious, 13-4. Captain Denny Tru and Brad Dunn scored two goals apiece, while Bob Sh and Craig VVratten each added a single marker. At this point in the season, Holland and Amherst 1 for top honors in the E.C.I.C. Amherst's second encoui Amherst 4 Frontier 2 Amherst 6 Williamsville 4 1 ' Total G5 Total '33 Ja 98 Miata with Holland was vitally important to both teams. It a contest dominated by tight defenses and rugged p but the Tigers came out second best with a score of 1 c Winning efforts against North Collins, Gow, Fron and VVillia1nsville rounded out the schedule for C Wratten's boys. SCORES Amherst 2 Amherst 4 Amherst 2 Amherst 9 Amherst Amherst Amherst Xmherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Xmheist Total C' allflwall? .V. SOCCER Holland 4 Determination and exceptional defensive play highlighted this Nichols I 0 year's junior Varsity Soccer season. Early setbacks by Holland and Igfmh Colm 2 Frontier, each by scores of 4-2, spoiled a perfect record. Each defeat HYCHCC was later avenged, however, at the oppositioirs home field. Amherst Hnished in a two-way tie for first place in the league with Holland. Congratulations are extended to Ted Jacobs Bruce Fowler, Aaron Btllowitz Bob Hoeldtke nniny Hawks, Dave jackson, erry Farrow and the whole team for the exceptional record of wins turned out this year Nichols frontier Williamsville Holland North Collins Gow Frontier 'llV1lll21lTlSV1llC Clarence Total ff fx J f ff V f 1 -ir? , T Z ,V,, .f 1 Q mimilw Row 1 Dale Rosenberry Don Trudell Joe Valenta jim Hawks Bob Hoeldtke Mr. I-Iettler Ted Jacobs Aaron Brllowitz Bruce Fowler john Patchen Herb LaPage. Row 2: Dick Drexelius Art Keller, Dick Grub, Mack Gillies, Harold Gay, Fred Seidl, Jerry Ford, Al Pezoldt, Tony Buescher, Lou Wood Row 3: Dennis Rohloff, Mike Fried, Charles Turner, Norm Glunz, Bruce Hilbrecht, Dave Jackson, Jerry Farrow, John Casciani, Ross Hayman, Nel Winegar. 16 2 . -- 2 4 4 - - s ' ' ' 0 rf . ' ' , 1 2 0 I ' ' ' ' A Q 8 . 0 4 J A I ' 8 0 , . 10 ' 4 ' r - 6 ' ' ' 0 1- 16 2 93 16 .4 M, x I v TN in X 'I ., 1 '1 I . I-' 77 .t I X ,Ik X X 9 ,Eff .... C. A lc- ,fa-,p ' 1- fd . N 'R or r4gL.t"' f Q, l 1 ---- xv' v If WJ at 99 CROSS COU scorers Amherst 15 Hamburg 40 Amherst 15 East Aurora 40 Amherst l5 Lancaster 40 Amherst 19 Orchard Park 36 East Aurora Invitational Run Amherst 71 Olean 32 Triangular Meet Amherst 36 Frontier 43 Cleveland Hill 54 Section Six Championships Amherst 48 Olean 19 Portville Sectional Amherst placed second J.V. . Row 1: Ed I-Iennrich, Dave Cray, George Downs, jim niecki, Fred Schade. Row Reggie Cleveland, Don C Dave Maurer, Rick DuBois Miller, Mr. Bowman. Row Ted Totman, john Gillis Webb, Jim Peard, Hank I Dick Dienstbier, john mings, Bill Famer. VARSITY TRY The 1955 Cross-Country team opened its season with three smashing tories over Hamburg, East Aurora and Lancaster, in that order. All scores were l5 to 40. The East Aurora meet was even more spectacular the score suggests since the first five Amherst runners crossed the finish tied for first place. The next meet lound Amherst traveling to East A for the Invitational. Of the many schools competing, Amherst lost only Olean. Ted Totman finished second in this race. Orchard Park, next lenger on the schedule, watched from behind as the Tiger harriers scc 19 to 36 victory. Later in a tri-meet with Frontier and Orchard Park, team had split, but the harriers upheld the Tiger honor by defeating challenging schools. Traveling to Portville for the Section VI A.A.A. C pionships, they finished second in a large field of schools, Olean again t top honors. For outstanding performances in this meet, Ted Totman John Gillis qualified for the State Championships. Mr. Herman Bowman, who coached this year's team, says that though they will suffer the loss of their seven top runners, Ted To john Gillis, Rick DuBois, Dave Maurer, Henry Chudy and Fritz B they still can look forward to a commendable season next year. 155 '15 I I 2 ,,4pg,r'J.a l ., V ppx zcffiit ' ,QQ ,Q is L- V . Q 'Tin 7 ,Nalg- Row I: Bob Merritt, john Dimenico, Coach Bowman, Norm Richardson, jim Lansc Row 2: Mat Komeczka, Ned Seiffert, Bryom Heinz, George I-Iausner, Herman Stein. 100 Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Total WIMMI G XII Row 1: Larry Szuminski, jack Callahan, Barry Jones. Dick 1'Vilhelm, Larry Detwiler, Dick Wehle, Paul Lipowicz. Row 2: Ray Foley, Don johnson, Willic Wink, Doug Andres, Bob Loesch, john Knapp, Dennis Mills, Mr. Tierney, Coach. Row 3: Jerry Ford, Gerry Farrow, Fred Seidl, Bill DeKleine, Bill Brunskill, Tom Cogswell, Chris Kraatz, Ray johnson, Tom Boebel, Booker Pat- terson, Ron Berner, Russ Barber, Dave Mitchell. SCORES 61 49 49 54 51 41 42 48 31 41 47 23 537 Clarence 16 East Aurora 28 Maryvale 28 Orchard Park 23 Jamestown 26 Cleveland Hill 36 West Seneca 35 Jamestown 29 Williamsville 46 Cleveland Hill 36 West Seneca 29 Williamsville 54 Total 386 This year's Amherst tankmen finished the 1955-56 season with a record of 10 wins and 2 losses. The team started off the season with a 61-16 win over Clarence, in our pool. This first meet saw the birth of a new event, the 60 yard individual medley, consisting of one man swimming breast stroke, back stroke, and free style. After this first win, the mermen went on to defeat seven more teams. Included in this string of wins was Jamestown, a new competitor who went down to defeat 51-26. Our ancient rival, Williamsville then de- feated the Tigers with the score of 46-31. The tankmen bounced back and took Cleveland Hill by the score of 41-36 and also out- swam West Seneca 47-29. With these two meets as good practice, the mermen again faced the Billies for the last meet of the year. This struggle was won by Williamsville 54-23. Although they didn't win the championship this year, the Tigers foresee a championship team next year with up and coming stars such as Tom Boebel and Dave Mitchell, and those old reliables, Ron Voissard, Bill Brunskill, and Bill DeKleine. The team was coached by Mr. Tierney. 101 1 1 VARSITY BASKETB Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst 89 73 55 78 90 83 84 Cleveland Hill Williamsville East Aurora Frontier Hamburg Orchard Park Lancaster Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst LL SCORES 64 West Seneca Amherst 85 Orchard Park 47 78 East Aurora Amherst 84 Lancaster 55 93 Frontier Amherst 96 west Seneca 5 65 Williamsville Amherst 95 Clarence 51 76 Cleveland Hill Amherst 59 Kenmore 4 68 Hamburg Amherst 83 Olean 5' 80 Clarence Total 1578 Total 91 Row I: Nicholas Shosho, Craig Wratten, Dick Gernold, Mike Barnes, Rick DuBois, Bob Sharp. Row 2: Tyler Dunn, Dave Low, Roger Kobee, Don Braun, Peter Chudy, David Baldwin, john Brunner, Mr. Hettler, Coach. f JJ '. gb K X. 00 P-4 O NJ Amherst Central's 1955-56 basketball team was the most success in the history of our school. It was the fourth team to go throu the regular season unbeaten and the only one ever to win Section VI Class AAA championship. A regular season winni streak of 38 games is still in the process of growing. Every challenge was IHCIL with unfailing determination, and mz accomplishments were made by that great unit. The fact that 1 Tiger hoopers were a unit, with all gears working together smoothly, insured the complete success of it. Featured at every position was team strength, a factor wh enabled Amherst to run up numerous high scoring contests. In most every game the second string either held its own or gained advantage on the opponent. Much of Amherst's winning ways are due to Mr. Robert Hett whose hne coaching has paid off many times. This team will long be remembered for never playing a c game during the regular season. A shooting percentage of 462, ar per game average of 79 points as compared with the opponents it impossible for any team to come closer than 17 Four times during the season the Orange and compiled scores in the nineties. For the third time retired the Syracuse Alumni Trophy by domi- the E.C.I.C. for the third straight year. At the close of the season Amherst was paired against e in the semifinals of the sectionals at U.B. This was the highlight of the year, the big game. Ken- repeatedly gave the Tigers a scare as they were in front by as much as 8 counters at one point in the ontest. Persistence paid off that night, however, as Am- ierst poured it on in the final period to defeat the strong FL representative. This victory had a double signifi- ut it also iegalned some of our pride which had been Finally the much awaited game at the Aud with Olean arrived. This was to determine the Section VI Class AAA championship. Amherst walloped Olean to the cheers of a win-hungry Tiger rooting section, scoring a record- breaking 83 points. Dave Baldwin also broke an Audi- torium scoring record with his contribution of 26 count- ers. The starting lineup consisted of Pete Chudy and Dave Baldwin at the forward posts, Roger Kobee in the pivot, and Dick Gernold and Bob Sharp bringing up the ball. Rick DuBois played so much that he was often called the "sixth starter." Selected on the Division I All-League team were Pete Chudy, Dick Gernold, and Dave Baldwin. Gernold was honored as Captain of this quintet. ance. Not only did it allow Amherst to reach the finals, ost in previous years to the NFL. Rick DuBois Roger Kobee Dick Gernold Bob Shaip if 'B :Wa W Nia Dave Baldwin Pete Chudy J.V. BASKETBALL Row 1: Dan Kantor, Jim Hawks, joe Valenta, Lou Xvood, Bruce Fowler, Steve Smithey, john Patchen, Ted Jacobs, Mr. Schaefer, Coach. Row 2: Don Hughes, WVoocly Becker, jerry Pawlowski, john Paepelow, Fred lvlachemer, 'Terry Bodewes, Tom Olofson, jim Jung. Amherst 47 Amherst 39 Amherst 62 SC 0 R E S Amherst 54 Amherst 35 Amherst 54 Amherst 68 Amherst 59 Amherst 51 Amherst 60 0272 F l pl ' Q " 1 ' 1 33- -4- A-he qf.viv1m.'.1'4z.m5t :- N- 5'FFrivm mm F. l 'm'.xxnu.mfviu' F' Cleveland Hill Amherst Williamsville 50 Williamsville Amherst Cleveland Hill 55 East Aurora Amherst Hamburg 46 Frontier Amherst Clarence 30 Hamburg Amherst Orchard Park 51 Orchard Park Amherst West Seneca 59 Lancaster Amherst Lancaster 63 West Seneca Amherst Clarence 59 East Aurora Total Total 879 Frontier The jayvee I-Ioopers of '55-'56 experienced a season of close, h fought contests, Throughout the year the Junior Tigers showed mendous improvement from a green outfit which began the sea to a finished ball club, much of which was due to an unconquerz Hghting spirit. The best-played game of the year occurred on the home coui the Orangemen handily defeated a strong Lancaster club. In two IIIOSIL exciting contests the Tigers suffered defeats at the h' of Orchard Park in overtime and Lancaster in the final minu Outstanding in their play for the Orange and Black were Machemer, Bruce Fowler, and freshmen Tom Olofson and J Paeplow. This year's season is another credit to coach Alan Sc fer's many accomplishments. 104 'he Amherst Bowling Team compiled a large number f high scoring matches during the past winter. Among iesee brilliant contests was the exciting match against lamburg at home in which Hamburg broke the league ecord in the first game with a total of 862. The Tiger eglers then proceeded to tie that newly set record in the :nal game with an identical 862. This higher-spirited latch was the highlight of the season for our very suc- essful bowlers. 1955-56 produced one of the finest Amherst Bowling uads in history. The Orange and Black easily copped e league title by winning 37 of a possible L12 points. On eir way to the fine record of thirteen wins and one loss, e Tigers whitewashed VVest Seneca, who had earlier come the only team to defeat our league leaders. Top bowler in the league was Amherst's Chuck Ritter ith an average of 169. Lan janacek, another Tiger, tied r second. Also bowling very well were Ron Thomas and ave Batson. This successful season may be attributed to e bowling team coach, Mr. lfValter Newman. WLI G SCORES Amherst 1 West Seneca 2 Amherst 2 Clarence l Amherst 3 Lancaster 0 Amherst 3 Depew 0 Amherst 3 Cleveland Hill O Amherst 2 Hamburg I Amherst 3 Maryvale 0 Amherst 3 West Seneca 0 Amherst 2 Clarence 1 i Amherst 3 Lancaster 0 i Amherst 3 Maryvale 0 Amherst 3 Depew 0 Amherst 3 Cleveland Hill 0 Amherst 3 Hamburg 0 Total 37 Total 5 Row 1: Mr. Newman, Coach, Marty Jung, jacques Mabry, john Cummings Chuck Ritter, Lan janecek, Dave Berry, Fred Schrader, jim Rushing Row 2 Gerry Mach, Ted Osborn, Reg Cleveland, Ned Seiffert, Dave Batson Dave Maurer, Art Keller, W'ayne Mabry, Al Pezoldt. SCORES WRE TLI G QTL is Row I Dave McC1ay Hen1y Ilchevarrxa Herb LeP'1ge Ken Lckhert Ray Skelly Buddy Bextel l:,11c Eubank Row 9 Steve Dxckson Tun Kenslea Bally Shalxt John Dctuller Barry Knox Dave Lmdstlom Daxe Delaney Jun Hofmexstel Row 3 Spencer Cleveland jun Blechmger B111 Lmkner Lotus Gee jun Boa Foby MacLeod Dlew Dorcy M1 Wrlght Coach The Amherst W1CStl1llg team can look back upon a sea son lull ol excrtement Although thelr overall record was not exceptlonftl the Orange and Black showed marked 1IT1PI'0VCl'l1CI'lI throughout the year and cllmaxed thelr efforts by wmnmg the AAA champ1onsh1p at the sec txonals The second West Seneca match may be pomted to as the turnmg pomt of the season Followmg tll1S match Amherst fimshed out the season 1n tremendous style Notable 'lccomphshments mclucle the breakmg of Wanda s ten match wmmng streak I-hgh scorer for the season was Herb LaPage w1th pomts followed by Captam Spencer Clevel md w1th Also wrestlmg well were B111 Lmkner B111 I-Ioclson, ohn Detwller The Wrestlmo team was coached by Mr Ge lVr1ght Amhel st Amhel st Amherst Amherst Amherst Amher st Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Arnher st Total West Seneca Orchard Park Lancaster Hamburg Wllhamsvllle Orchard Park West Seneca Clarence Gowanda Hamburg Wxlhamsvllle Total .luv my - ei n l l I I 'M ' N MQ 9' mum! 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S C H Q . 106 ' " ' ---- RIFLE TEAM Rau I Calun Stan B111 ohnson BIUCC Mann, George Brown, jim Dessert, Barry VVagne1 Row " im Lillie F1 ink Puller B111 r41l'l'lK.I' Jerre WVaIker, Lynda Wallace, Paul Durkin, George Downs Mr P0lllC10j Coach e 1955 56 Rllle team Hmshed the season YV1th '1 total 114 wms and one loss md n the !X1l11lClbELZ1I'lC'lSllC1 Hue lecoxd of 1.116 points r previous score to raise lld have it 'VV1111'l1llSVl11C 1 season avenge of 1326 3 match the Tigers hred a However, during the next the iecoid to 1355 As fate in a match against Depew, mi destroyed our record of 1355 by one point and set a new high total of 1356. The only loss of the season was to Williamsville who conquered the Tigers with a scoreof 1345-1339. The captain of this year's team was Bill Johnson, while jeire Walker held the high average of 267 points Mr Pomeroy coached the team. Amherst 1 31 6 Amherst 1306 Amherst 1298 Amherst 1346 Amherst 1 355 Amherst ' Amherst 1339 Total 7960 SCORES Clarence Cleveland Hill Depew Lancaster Maryvale Orchard Park Williamsville Total " Score not oflicially agreed upon 1171 1184 1190 1116 1138 1319 1345 8463 . il , : 1 ,' K . -V ' -I -. Y . H.. J , , 1: , .y .1 , I t against Maryvale, the Amherst marksmen broke 1 4 X N ' ' X I Q y x, . 1. 1 ,. , 9 g-A . gg V1 '. X 107 VARSITY BA EB LL -l955 Row 1: Denny Trudell, Craig Wratten, Sid Hulse, Bob Noon, Jerry Tercho. Row 2: Arno Vllittig, Bill Schwabl, john Schriver, Wood Friedrich, Rick DuBois, Mike Barnes, Bill Catalde. Row 3: Stan Ziemba, Pete Schmitt, Pete TenBroeck, Bob Spelder, Don Hackett, Bob Linkner, john Sacks, Mr. Hettler, Coach. The 1955 Varsity Baseball team finished in second place in Division I of the Erie County Conference behind Frontier Central with a season record of thirteen wins and five losses. Perhaps the most outstanding game of the season was a 3-0 win over Lancaster when Pete Ten Broeck pitched a no-hitter and allowed only one man to reach first base. The leading hitter for Amherst was Captain Woody Friedrich with a batting average of 398. He was followed by Mike Barnes with .333 and Bill Schwabl with .276. Ex- cellent inftelding was done by Bob Linkner and Don Hackett, both of whom turned in several important double plays. Bob Spelder and Pete Ten Broeck were the mainstays of the pitching staff with live wins apiece. Since the 1955 squad was mainly composed of seniors, this year's team was made up of new players with the exception of lettermen Arno Wittig, Mike Barnes, and Rick DuBois. 108 Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Total .f- SCORES Cleveland Hill Hamburg Orchard Park Lancaster West Seneca East Aurora Frontier Depew Hamburg Orchard Park Williamsville Depew West Seneca East Aurora Williamsville Frontier Cleveland Hill Lancaster Total J. V. BASEB LL-I955 Row I: Dave Delaney, Manager, Paul Galletta, Don Trudell, Aaron Billowitz, Ted Osborne, Manager. How 2: Nick Shosho, Brad Dunn, Ted Jacobs, Fred Seidl, john Bliss. Row 3: Coach Newman, Pete Bickfortl, Dave Baldwin, Pete Chucly, Steve Smithey, Paul Ross. YVith twelve wins, one tie, and one loss, the junior Var- sity Baseball team of 1955 had an outstanding year. The one loss was to arch-rival Williamsville by only one run. The tie game, which lasted ten innings, was with Orchard Park, who was defeated later in the season by Amherst. The first game of the season, a 6-0 win over Cleveland Hill, set the pattern for the rest of the year: line pitching and great hitting. Leading the way were six regulars who hit over .300. They were Fred Manske with 480, Steve Smithey with .fl54, Chris Kraatz with .452, Dave Baldwin with 425, Brad Dunn with .3l6, and Paul Ross with 309. Besides being a Hrst-rate hitter, Baldwin led the pitching A staff with six wins and no losses, followed by Ted Jacobs with four wins and no losses, and Pete Chudy with three X4 'A wins and one loss. K t l f A SCORES s T l - Amherst 6 Cleveland Hill I I Amherst 11 Hamburg X I Amherst 5 Orchard Park Amherst 15 East Aurora Amherst 10 Frontier . Amherst 13 Depew Q! Amherst 6 Hamburg I Amherst 4 Orchard Park , l , Amherst 17 Williamsville f l, Amherst 8 Depew , f . ' A Amherst 13 East Aurora - Amherst 3 Williamsville a A Amherst 4 Frontier I Amherst 15 Cleveland Hill Total 130 Total 109 '-'1- VARSITY TRACK -I955 The cindermen opened their 1955 track season with a landslide victory over Batavia. Amherst took nine out of twelve first places rolling up a score of 74.5 to Batavia's 29.5. The team, coached by Mr. Bergman and Mr. Mun- son, went on to win equally decisive victories over the next four contenders, Frontier, Orchard Park, East Au- rora and Mfest Seneca in that order. The next adversary was Hamburg, which in the past and again this year proved to be our toughest competitor in dual meets. This year Amherst, led by Mack Campbell, Ken Braden and Dave Earl, avenged last year's tie by defeating Ham- burg with a score of 58 to 46. lfVilliamsville was next to drop to Amherst's strength. The VVilliamsville Cinder- men succeeded in winning only three First places out of a possible twelve. Then came perhaps the most impor- tant meet ol the season, the li.C.I.C. Division I champion- Amherst Amherst ff' X Amherst 17 X Amherst X I Amherst , L Amherst 1, Amherst -X fa.. a AL he Q Ja :-:.,.. ,, - - ww' af' '17f"' rvaf-Y-T1 .lt gl ' ogy .Nxt fm .L na-,fm .. T -5 SCORES 74.5 Batavia 29.5 81 Frontier 13 87.5 Orchard Park 16.5 65.5 East Aurora 38.5 81 West Seneca 23 58 Hamburg 46 62.5 Wvilliauisville 36.66 E,C.I.C. Division I Amherst 56.5 ti ji, - Section Six Triple A A Amherst 25 1- 'T' A--ff'-v-. 'nm mt,- fw-Y1 MQ? ,W-Y-CI"--. Row 1: Ted Totman, Doug Volgenau, Ken Braden, Carl Bernhardt, Dave Earl, Scudder Brown, jack Sorenson, Bill Hopkins, Mack Campbell. Row'2: Dick Grando. Manager, Dave Batson, Don Maurer, Lon Neilans, Dave Maurer, john Gillis, john Cummings, Dick Ellis, Harry Scull, Fred Smeader. Row 3: Dave Wylie, Mike Ferrick, Denny Galvin, Fred Schade, Booker Patterson, Paul Murphy, jim Blechinger, Bill johnson, Fritz Miller, Bill Farner, Ken Mackenzie, Bill Martin, Duncan Gillies, Norm McCombs, Mr. Bergman. vvv- J.V. TRACK -I955 Row I: Jim Lansdowne, Al Zepp, Jack Glavin, Al Pezoldt, Jim Braniecki, 'Wayne Bergmann, George Downs. Row 2: Reg Cleveland, Joe Roberts, Don Yvebb, Ed Seiflert, Paul Heckmann, Tom Sacks, jim Pearcl, Ron Pellman, Dennis Mills, Ed Henrich, Mr. Bergman. 'H-'-'J f-' c -,i ,ww " - ' f,-,Y .- ,yAvAi .,,Y f-Hyun 'vvff' ships. Six teams, Amherst, East Aurora, Frontier, Ham- burg, Orchard Park and West Seneca, were brought to- gether to compete against each other. Dave Earl high- lighted this meet with his eleven-foot pole vault, and Amherst tallied 56.5 points to run away with the league championship. Seven and one-half of the total points were secured by Dave Earl while Mack Campbell, Scud- der Brown, and Dick Ellis accounted for 7, Gyz, and 6y2 points respectively. The only blemish in the Amherst athletes' undefeated season came at the Section VI A.A.A. championships. This meet consisted of the nine top schools in Section VI, among them Kenmore, Lacka- wanna, Niagara Falls and North Tonawanda. The Tiger cindermen put everything they had in this meet and were beaten only by Kemnore. Ted Totn1an, who had been a consistent point winner all season, ran the half mile and, with his tremendous time of 2:00.7, also ran away with the school record. 111 H A...-R .rv-' frvvv- GOLF -I955 - -. -V --4, , .. 4 Y -T,. A l 1 Row 1: Lan janacek, Skip Ritzman, Bob Geyer, jack Kress, Don Braun. Row 2: Jack McKinley, jim Halt, Dean Solclineer, Jacque Mabry, Doug Andres, Mr. Ungerer. The 1955 Golf team once more emerged as victors in the Section VI finals held at Lancaster. This meet served as a fitting climax for another of Coach Glenn Ungerer's fine squads. The team lost only to Williamsville in their first match, and they later revenged that loss by winning the E.C.I.C. Medal Tourney in which East Aurora was second and Williamsville third. The Tigers piled up 116 points during the season to their opponents' 49. In match play each man is paired against his supposed equal and l point is given to the winner of the first nine holes, 1 point for the second nine and 1 point is given for the low score at the end of 18. Amherst 3 Amherst 12 Amherst 12 Amherst 15 Amherst 6 N Amherst 15 Amherst l I M2 Amherst 13 Amherst SW Amherst 10 Amherst 10 SECTION VI Amherst 354 League 432 Tourney High point totals for the year went to Geyer Q19 janecek QSM?-Llwj, Kress Ql7y2-1255, and Ritz 417W-12y,y. jack Kress shot the low of the year with a 77 at chard Park. Hall Ritzman and Lan Janecek were cl behind carding an 80 and an 81 respectively. The honor of lowest average went to Lan Janecek w an 85.7 average. jack Kress was close behind with 85.8. Mabry, Braun, Soldineer, Halt, Andres and McKin all did fine jobs and will be returning along with janecek. Williamsville 12 Kenmore 3 Lancaster 3 Clarence 0 Williamsville 9 Orchard Park 0 West Seneca ZW Depew 2 Cleveland Hill GW East Aurora 5 Kenmore 5 356 - 382 4615 531 112 Amherst SCORES West Seneca Amherst Williamsville Amherst East Aurora Amherst Frontier Amherst Hamburg Amherst West Seneca Amherst Williamsville Amherst East Aurora Amherst Frontier Amherst Hamburg The 1955 Tennis Team had a commendable season, fin- ishing third in their league with a Won-lost record of eight and two. Fine performances were turned in by Paul Schonewolf, Dick Chappell, Henry Chudy, John Oehler, and Jerry Farrow. Bob Sharp, a sophomore, was the star on this year's team, losing only two matches while play- ing first singles. Coach Bob Parr looks to a good season next year as only Paul Schonewolf will be lost through graduation. Row I: Mr. Parr, Bob Sharp, Bob Hoeldtke, john Patchin, Tony Bueschen john Trimble Dave Keeney, Owen Kennedy, Bob Kositsky, Row 2: Paul Schonewolf Hank Chudy Dick Chappell Ken jahraus, Elliot Larson, John Oehler, Dave Farrow. 113 SPORT COUNCIL The Girls' Sports Council is ably headed this year by Judy Glynn, Presidentg Sue Cook, Vice-Presi- dent, Sue Anderson, Treasurer, and Liz Burns, Secretary. The Sports Council manages the various girls' athletic pro- grams under the capable super- vision of Miss Carolyn Krehbiel and Mrs. Isabel Husband. The main function of the Council is to sponsor the annual Senior High Water Follies, the proceeds of which are used as scholarships for outstanding sen- ior girls, in memory of Alice Buerger and Betty Ackley. The Council also presents an award for the "all-around" girl of the Senior class. A banquet is given in the Spring and letters are awarded for participation in the various girls' sports. . I 2 J l Q w i 4 ,. I Lf J Sail iz- V vl, 4 vw 1 Row 1: Margie Eckhert, Liz Burns, Sue Anderson, Judy Glynn, Sue Cook, Lois Critoph. Row 2: Sue Shanley, Maryanne Powell, Sue Cutler, Judy Goldberg, Nancy Lynch, Chris Jacobs, Joyce Delvein. Row 3: Lynda Hopkins, Beverly Glaser, Marian Zupa, Carol Winegar, Caryl Kellner, Peggy Davis, Gail McLaughlin. Row 4: Peggy Smith, Janet Filsinger, Esther Fischer, Meryl Keating, Ruth Truby. ' GIRLS' SPCDRTS gf T vi- . "' - - ffigwx yy p N 5 ---' 'A 1, .ty r.- J. -X X XX l my FX -:tif ' XX I bp is xxx . Y ' x X. , if ,. . ,- , x , .2 , -- ,. -52.- W ' N -illiv I I l , Mrs. Isabel Husband It 'fl l i' v r , I , 5 , xx I f f K' 7 X -'Z VTX!!! fix . . if ' l1'1i,,"x I 7 Miss Carolyn Krehbiel gf? A A Q A A N s 4 X lm vqawi 4- JZ 'T 114 A M JG Ms J I: Meg Genrich, Judy Hall, Peggy Smith, Karla Swartzel, Judy Coon, Onnalie Elliot. Row Jacobs, Nadine Ensminger, Glenda Swartzel, Lucille Graczyk, Sandy Bushy, Carol Meyers, Dorothy XVayl, Barb Drees. Row 3: Mrs. Husband, Phyllis Gallman, Barb Clark, DiPasquale, Esther Fischer, Carol Winegar, Maryanne Powell, Jackie Schultz, Bonnie Foit. IELD HOCKEY der the guidance of Miss Kre- l, a Soccer Team was formed th Barbara Drees as its cap- n. The team met teams from n m o r e , Buffalo Seminary, rk School and Williamsville gh. The season was an excit- ' one, and the girls enjoyed ticipating in games with se schools. A Varsity Hockey Team, captained by Peggy Smith, and a Junior Var- sity Hockey Tearn, captained by Karla Swartzel, were formed again this year. These teams met Park School and Williamsville High and finished off the season by playing Buffalo Seminary. All those who played on the teams enjoyed it and felt the chance to exhibit their skill and good sportsmanship was well worth the great deal of time spent in practice. These teams were under the su- pervision of Mrs. Husband. SCDCCER . X .. . il Row I: Barb Drees, Mary Slavcn, Sue Baer, Sue Fiorella. Row 2: Feral Herdic, Chris Jacobs, Judy Glynn, Bonnie Foit. Row 3: Joanne Williston, Sue McA11ester, Miss Krehbiel, Yvonne Schaelchlin, Marian Zupa. :.- W- f to .. ... , ,. ' ...a....,...,,,,, - A . 1 , - V V Row I: Meg Genrich, Judy Glynn, Kathy Curry, Barb Drees, Sue Baer, Joanne Williston, Lynda Hopkins, Glenda Swartzel, Joan Nicholson, Marlene Comardo. Row 2: Miss Krehbiel, Sue Cutler, Pris Dittman, Liz Burns, Sue Benson, Yvonne Schael- chlin, Peggy Smith, Dona DiPasqua1e, Jill Gerry, Nancy Lynch. VA This year a girls' varsity basketball team was formed l the hrst time. Coached by Miss Krehbiel, the team pr ticed twice a week after school. The girls played t AS K B L L teams of Park School, Kenmore, VVilliamsvi1le, and B falo Seminary. To highlight the season the team parti pated in the Play Day, which was held at Park Scho where they once again encountered the above-mentio P teams. r as U LJ W 4, The season was an interesting one, for it proved to both fun and good experience for the girls who part lgl pared. I.. K u X , 4 ' E iii Quan fx 5 A 1' S "BASKETEERS" INTRAMU RAL Row 1: Judy Williams, Meg Genrich, Peggy Smith, Onnalie Elliott, Sue Anderson. Row 2: Esther Fischer, Sara Morgan, Bonni Roy, Sandy Bushy, Dona Dilfasquale. 116 Row 1: Jill Gcrry, Sally Manske, Sherry Greene, Sue Benson, Judy Anderson, Sue Anderson, Audrey Vanderbles, Row 2: Jackie Stroh, Martha Radley, Barb Spencer, Barb Brown, Onnalie Elliott Glenda Swartzel. Row 3: Sue Leslie, Chris Jacobs, Sally Morgan, Sandy Bushy, Meg Genrlch SWIMMI G TE M Ll: I 5, l ' 1 5 ' -YW i yr 1 f L Fx QL .,,,,v.'f , B WLI G l Row l: Sue Smith, Carol Springborn, Dianne Duffin, Gerry Spangler. Row 2: Gayle Terwilliger, Donna Danitz, Joanne Schinstock, Elaine Myers, Nadine Ensminger. 1 1 7 um 1. ZWF' , l S , it 1 i f , l VARSITY . yd 3 5 l , Gail Stillwell, joan Nicholson, Marge McDon- nell, Eileen O'Connor, Shannon Theobald, Lynda Hopkins. CHEERLE DERS Peggy Davis, Joan Helbig, Ros Wesson, Carol Winegar. JUNIOR VARSITY AAJ O RETTE I .. .......,. ,L E 5 ? 4 aa an :ivy -,iiigglgif ' ' T - ? lf? M. .1 KE. Row 1: Sandra Fegely, Maryanne Powell, Sandra Metzger. Row 2: Shirley Hadsell, Karen Krestic, Barb Spencer, Nancy Long, Ruth Burrell. FL G TWIRLER Row 1: Diane Rogers, june Pace, Lois McAtee, Nancy Grifhn, Ellen Blumreich, Nancy Monfuletho, Nancy Lynch, Cynthia Theiss, Marilyn Anderhalt. Row 2: Nancy De- Reu, janet Kelling, Judy Harbison, Tina Drapanas, Judy Goldberg, Ellen Kuehner, Sally Amos, Marlene Comardo, IGERETTES Polly Irons, Marilyn O'Dowd. Teddy Rizk. Row 3: Gloria Schmitz, Nancy Byrnes, Linda McCray, Pam Riley, Trudy Allespach, Dorty Bartlett, Joyce jordan, Sharolynne Brown, Heather Woodall, Judy Turner. X I Lil 14th ANNUAL WATER FOLLIES MARCH 22, 23, 24, 1956 Directed by: Mrs. Isabel Husband Miss Carolyn Krehbiel The entire proceeds of the WVater Follies are used to pro, vide for scholarships which are awarded annually to four Senior girls who have participated in the Follies. The scholarships are given in memory of Miss Betty M. Ackley and Miss Alice Buerger, former members of the stalf of Amherst Central High School. iw I l:L.4l,lggfJ Til lil ll llllllll ll ll lll H lllllllllvl lllllll Elllll lllilllllllllllllllllll llllllll Elllllllllllll Il 5 ll llllll E? PIIIIIIHIEEE 4'-"L" ADVIERTISI G sas COME. Comp. 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Culver Alex Cummings E. Arthur Curry I. W. Cutler James E. Danitz Harold F. Duilin Ralph Dunn Kenneth H. Eckhert J. P. Elliott Roy F. Fuller Keith G. Farner Franklin F. Foit Earle P. Forrester Irvine H. Frey Jack T. George Henry E. Graeber R. D. Henson Henry C. I-Iueber Harry R. Jones Herbert S. Keating P. B. Kuhn Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr . and Mrs. Albert C. Landel . and Mrs. . and Mrs. . and Mrs. Thomas H. Lovell Herbert N. Maurer Frank R. McAl1ester . and Mrs. Andrew T. McCord . and Mrs. . and Mrs. XV. Meyers Kenneth M. Murphy Mrs. Betty VV. Neilans N. B. Newcomb YV alter Nichols Madison G. Nicholson, ji s. Olive A. Nicholson Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr.- and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Edward K. Pettis Francis E. Radley Kenneth E. Raymond E. L. Rhodes H. C. Santmire Fred Schade VValter Schaelchlin Louis Schmitt Harold John Struebing H. N. Sutton Ralph B. Thomas Hans Unfried Henry Z. Vance WVilliam F. Voss Harold C. Watsen Paul K. Wenrich Theodore West Allen R. Wood L. Joseph Wood William WVratten STUDENT COUNCIL P ide t D k Ch pp 11 V' e President-Ted T S eta y A M h 11 T eansufrer-John Oehl CONGRATULATIONS ff- X f f Q49-if 7 6N?f ag lzfgkg To The Class of T956 -3 , x ,wi 'H . W utPAgV-Xiu izvjw A ',I I -. gh-:K I.,-535-5 w:w1f."'i"' 5 T-:TW "Q, "jf P 1 '-f' ' X ' w 2 Q, ., ..-fi , 1 -5 1 l 95' ' T 2 . M - E f Congratulations to the ' Class of 1956 from AMMA SIGMA FRATERNITY ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER OFFICERS President Gary Tunmore Vice President Tom Ryan Recording Secretary Ed Pettis Corresponding Secretary Paul Newcomb Treasurer Brad Dunn Chaplain Ron Campbell Marshal Paul Heckmann Marshal Chris Kraatz 1112! J ET-INQSI gfgmlfslxll V I 1 H. U RELIABLE PHARMACIES SMITHER LONG DRUG CORP. Eggerfsville, New York Telephone AMhersf Illl SMITHER 8: HILL DRUG CO., INC. Main 81 Leroy, Buffalo Telephone PArkside IIII one CI. 0123 Delivery Service 3' DRY CLEANING Operate 2200 Kensington Ave. Own Plant Snyder, New York STEH - , -gg, - V I 5 4. W: , ye, Congratulations Class of 1956 OMEGA SIGMA SORORITY President Judy Glynn Vice President Barbara Eve Recording Secretary Midge Davis Corresponding Secretary Sherry Deyell Sergeant-at-Arms Elizabeth Burns YS HONOR SOCIETY SUPPLY STORI X 4.4 Manager - Jack Watsen Bookkeeper - Sue McA11ester Faculty Advisor - Arthur F. Schuchardt A COMPLETE LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Congratulations to the Class of "56" WIESE FLORIST 4545 Main Street Snyder, New York Phone CI. 3000 OFFICERS resident Lynda Hopkins THE COBB'-ER SHQP ice President Ellen Jones , 1, , . , F1116 Footwear -1 easmer Eileen O Connor Secretary Judy George University Plaza Secretarry Joanie Nicholson Two Doors from the Theatre t-at-Arms Barbara Sperduto UN. 9414 Mistress Sue Cutler Mary Johnson joberta Schriver Our Compliments to the Graduates of 1956 , Compliments Of a man empties his purse into his head, man can take it away from him. An in- in knowledge always pays the best BAKER... BROS' -Fran lc I in TRESIQBIEZ 'Nc' Delicatessen Realtors Insurance Compliments Of -: DR. FRANK VASTOLA C-:a12faLi-I Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon ' 4017 Harlem Road U Corner of Saratoga 5,55 E yder 21, New York Phone CI. 2255 S' X QQ "ROCkefil1g" 1 A 5 with Volume Sales Quality Service Customer Satisfaction UNMQRE QLDSMOBILE INC. 2677 Delaware Avenue rIT1l7177Z07'6 Trades Your Why!" Compliments of Compliments of 5AUTER'S INC. Dr. C. W. Meyer, D.D.S 126 .6 Read about all ACHS activities MILES GARDINER CVCTY Week fo' ""'d'e" THE AMI-nsnst BEE Your Community Newspaper Bernhardt Drive at Main Street WILLIAMSVILLE SNYDER, NEW YORK Fine job Pnnting fl we TH ETA BETA CHI Compliments of VON'S SUPER MARKET Q 4574 Main St. g 'W Snyder 21, N. Y. -x. J Personalized Fittings Isident Adele Davis , , e President Pat Burgoyne Johnson 5 . A rst Boofer rordmg Secvfetary Martha Radley mhe y Shoes for the Entire Family 'responding Secretary Jan Nichols , University Phone ,asuretr Ann Harnish Plaza PA. 6974 Phone CI. 1775 - RINEBOLT HARDWARE uality Hoine Maintenance Supplies 4 Main Street Snyder 21, N. Y. THE BLUE WINDOW 3 Lincoln Rd. Snyder, N. Y. 3111135 P1ClUI'6S abrics Decorative Accessories OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS Boeckel Cl. 3530 BEST Wisx-ms CARPENTER 81 SKAER, INC. General Contractors Buffalo 10, N. Y. Institutional, Commercial, and Industrial Constructions 127 I 445 DELAWARE SERVING AMHERST RESIDENTS . . "Who are going places" TAYLOR TRAVEL SERVICE "Next to University Plaza" 3586 Main St. Buffalo, N. Y. Senior Photographs Made By BEN SWAN 637 Main Street in Buffalo WA. 8363 All Negatives Kept For 5 Years For Duplicate Orders Joanne Ambs Donna Bonner Peggy Davis Barbara Eve Bev Glaser Sherry Gorman Sherry Greene Shirley Hadsell judy Hall Linda Hawes Barbara Hedin joan Helbig Gail Hildinger 128 lm 'g via S nm Btlia aa Heidi Marian Claudia Po Maryanne Kaien 1 Nancy Carol OFFICERS Sandy President Peggy Strauch Shannon Vice President Ruth Burrell Annette Treasurer Doreen Wood Haffleffe Recording Secretary Marcia Meyer Josie Corresponding Secretary Barbara Spencer Assistant Corresponding Secretary Janet Filsinggr Pledge Mistress Carol YVinegar Chaplain Judy Coon Historian Bonnie Foil: Sergeant-at-Arms Sherry Deyell Congratulations To The Class of 1956 Complunents to the Class of 1956 RlCH'S ICE CREAM ZETA SIGMA EPSILON Sorority t Kathy Curry me P1 eszdenl Donna Bonner -reasurer Maryanne Powell Sem.em,.y Judy Kulp Compliments of Semetfuy Gail Stillwell PARSONS HARDWARE Corresporzding Secretary Carol Mfinegar 3085 Sheridan Drive Mzstiess Margie McDonnell Arms Joanne Schinstock EggC1'lSVi1lC Vangie Parsons Maryanne Powell New York Amherst 7 '60 Barbara Sperduto Compliments and Best Wishes from HERMAN ALLESPACH General Contractor 93 Ivyhurst Road Eggertsville, N. Y. Try Our Homemade Breads, Pies, Cakes, Rolls , Complzments Of l.0CK'S HOME BAKERY 3927 Harlem Road at Kensington AMHERST 5c to S1 STORE 3 QUALITY OUR SPECIALTY Harlem at Kensington CI 1080 129 1-all ll T ,Z ,.g,.,e-1 tl ii ,- 'va 1 W Q 1 " : ,, 1-.,fsEA,., Fjvllf 5 J' 1, -s, -A L Carole Adams Sue Anderson Judy Anderson Marcia Bernhoft Bebe Behrens Liz Burns Judy Carson Dona DiPasquale Joyce DeYVein Pris Dittman Barb Drees Judy Ebberts Helen Erkkila Jill Gerry Chris Jacobs Caryl Kellner Linda Leininger Congratulations to the Class of 1956 from Bonnie Li Sue McAl SIGMA DELTA CHI Stull' MJ Sandia M Gail McLau - P Jane l'- JOL ' .Q ' I Hi I Sandra Q - A' '- 5 Sue R QE' I' Mary t df . Q . Chris S ,. 1 4 Sandy Skit r 1 J Carol Sprin Vivian T A ss lv , '53 Donna Tree A A -A Rosalind W Marian W OFFICERS Maman F President Judy Kulp Treasurer Joanne l'Villiston Vice Pres. Karen WVitt Sergeant-at-Arms Gail Stlllwell Recording Secretary Sue Cook Katie W'a1lis Corresponding Secrelury Carol Meyers Pledge Mistress Judy Glynn Asst. Corresponding Secretary Chaplain Sue Baer Mary Stoneclilfe Historian Sally Manske THE AVENUE LANDSCAPE SERVICE Everything for the Garden 2201 Kensington Snyder 21, Avenue New York Consult Us Concerning Your Garden Problems and Garden Designs Compliments of R. W. Conn, D.D.S. and G. E. Easterbrook, D.D S PLAZA SHOE REPAIR 52 University Plaza AMherst 9377 Residential Construction A Profession GENRICH BUILDERS, IN We Specialize In Repairing Golf Shoes Rubber Footwear of all Kinds Skate Sharpening Oilice Phor 4287 Main Street AM. 7 3375? ' Congratulzmtious to GROVER CLEVELAND The Class of 1956 PHARMACY INC. 809 Millersport Hwy. GAMMA PHI SIGMA Eggertsville 21, N. Y. FRATERNITY UN 4060 . YVEXLER S. LIGHTMAN X H E Q JH-I President Mike Barnes RED CROWN BOWLING CENTER t Vice President Dlck Chappell INC. Treasurer Art Shilen 12 Modern Alleys Secretary Peter Schmitt Restaurant Corresjaoizding Secretary Don Maurer 61 Bailey Ave' HU' 6211 Pledge Master Robert Noon Chaplain john Gaunder Congratuhtions to the Class of 1956 -. N W 1 l. ll l u 1 I i 1 Y r I L, if-ig. Ak: from ALPHA ZETA FRATERNITY 131 ff' Congratulations to the Class of 1956 from DELTA KAPPA RHO SORORITY OFFICERS President Donna Danitz V ice President Barbara Zack TI'6HS1L7'67' Barbara Burgess Recording Secretary Sue Shanley Cowesporzding Secretary Peggy Priest Barbara Brown S67'gECH'Zl-Clt-f17'77'LS Shirley Dehnonte Pledge M islress Mary Bruso Clzaplain Judy Ruland Historian Marcia Granger THE SQUIRE SHOP Men's Wear 4545 Main Street QW-,f 1 ',f America? King Of Q Sportzng Goods S stands Ready To Your Every Need N -1 . . Nl Iik:A,X.1, - -'.. a if ,, DICK rlscHER 4 Great Stores ATHLETIC GOODS, INC. Snyder 21' Phone: 699 Main Tonaw New York Chcle 2950 Thruway Plaza Niagara F Compliments of a Friend 132 Finer Sausages and Provisions BY ADRIAN'S Catering to Schools and Institutions Also at Your Neiglilzorhood Store 1750 Genesee St. Phone-TA. 4466 and 4467 fm .. WG He profits most Who serves best" Congratulations ro the Class of 1956 Rotary Club of Eggertsville-Snyder, New York Rotary's Golden Anniversary 1905-1955 4 , .....-..4, 'ff ff v I ki: 5 Compliments Of B 81 J POLLUTRO E l Wholesale Grocers ndlcon Johnson Buffalo 2, N, Y. Shoe store A 38-40 University Plaza 5 f X Compliments of 1 STAGE CREW Manager Tony Culver Assistant Manager Art Baus MIKE LEONARD P. GERNOLD Risk and Insurance Analysis COUIPUIUCHIS Of Oiiice Residence N' B' NEWCOMB' INC 401 Genesee Bldg. 28 jasper Drive Buffalo, N- Y- Phone MA. 7000 Phone AM. 1209 Foun wmos FARM Nunssnv Diamonds Your Neighborhood Wedding Rings Source For All GUSTAV A. 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