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

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XX IXX N X X N -, Editor Assistant Editor Business Manager Advertising Manager Subscriptions Activities Photography Editor Art Editor Typist Adviser 'sa 'f fkgnnx ui' I '- F' Lua xr! Sally Manske Gail Rueger Ted Jacobs Sandy Skidmore Rick Ganter George Basil Fred Seidl Judy Anderson Marianne Miller Mary Ellen Mintzas Pat Wehle Gerry Spangler Mr. Clarence Spitzer THE SENIOR CLASS OF AMHERST CENTRAL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SNYDER, NEW YORK PRESENTS THE 1958 TO ER ,M I Thx ll H HHH lllw' 1 gppllllzylvlllllllllllll' QXX X gxw SXX5xwf3Xty..QXi ,XXX QXYV wx - Y, v X X 'XJ ALMA MATER Voices hymn thy valiant praises, Hearts thy halls enshrine. May our loyalty unceasing Amherst e,er be thine. 'Neath thy towers facing northward, We shall always be Ever faithful, Alma Mater, To thy memory. When we leave thy halls of learning Paths of life to stray, May your guidance never ending 1 rl A,'lynmllluwijyfj,WMjj UXMNW jlliiw, 'lim ,film I! K 'F , I , li l Light us on our way. fffm "law . 1' 1 f V ', if N' ' rffwzig fwliiiwlgv lim 'l ll' 'mmf aff all 4 , X .N . , QYWNX r Qwfl We the students are the life the breath and the soul of Amherst whether en masse to assembly programs or just being our own individual selves whether coming out ofa classroom discussing the test wejust failed Cand hoping we didn tj or complain mg about lengthy assignments and the little time in which to do them whether push ing forward to meet a friend or steady orjust m1ngl1ng1n the lounge of the Union We are the lifeblood of Amherst circulating to classrooms filing into the gym for a pep rally hurrying to Monday or Friday assemblies or just walking to the shady spots of the creek bank to relax for a few moments on the warm days of the springtime In the summer when we are gone the school campus is haunted The classrooms and the halls echo with our laughter our tears our complaints and our sighs Just in the history of America so also does the campus become a sad reminder ofthe past when we are not here We have chosen to present Amherst to you in the spirit of those years when America enjoyed wealth 1nd1v1dual1ty enthusiasm and a roar mg spirit for that is the way Amherst appears to us when we come surging back in the fall The trees are filled with sunshine the wmdows gllsten and even the steady downpour of ram falls to dampen the warmth of a room filled with life For this is life life breathing purpose and fulfillment into the concept called Amherst 5 s 9 I 9 1 . Q 1 n 1 , . , u - 7 . . . . . . Q - . . H ,, . . . . . , . 9 7 9 7 3 l ' 5 9 ' as a period of depression followed the bubbling, prosperous "Roaring Twenties" 9 . . , . . . . , . , - Z ' 3 9 ' i TABLE OF CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION SENIORS SENIOR ALPHABET UNDERCLASSMEN HALL OF FAME ACTIVITIES BOYS SPORTS GIRLS SPORTS STUDENT LIFE PATRONS F f 1 NN LZ I mi 8 25 4 56 61 75 76 ' 107 ' 12 131 I Q25 137 X Rxn f X U 17? wi-XI I ST EER, ! ,I ,Llxl u-V I lfff jx Z If 51 1 A I fy I I? '11 ,V V I I 1II I i I If I ,I W I 21,11 ,M y IL :I U ',b if I. y I Q ,J I5 YQ Ji W, , nf,j, alf' Is- I U! If' T194 , n' iff' Xwaj Ih 5? .yI : a , v ,ff I Xi. ff I 7 YII -If WI I' IN I I wf . FL gif , IIWI! II1f",g ics I U H? . I3'.lIII:TiQfT-"ul 3 M J I I f' I I W lim A 5' 1 DR .ICJHN SCHELLER A background of broad and liberal education is combined with conscientious administrative abil- ity in our principal, John D. Scheller. Dr. Scheller attended the University of Michigan where he re- ceived his bachelor's degree. His graduate work was carried on at the University of Buffalo from which he received his Doctor of Education degree in secondary school administration on February 22, l958. In obtaining this degree, Dr. Scheller surveyed the problems of beginning secondary teachers of western New York and based his dis- sertation upon his studies Along with the receiving of his doctor s degree 1958 also mirks mother milestone for our prm cipal It w1s twenty five years ago th it Dr Schel ler ctme to Amherst Centr 11 and we are lndeed proud that he has been a part of our school through the years He has capably executed the many duties necessary for the smooth efliciency of the Senior High Never too busy to hear the many problems of students needing encourlge ment he has become to ill of us not only 1 com petent director but also a real friend , . . . , 7 ' 7. 2 - ' . 2 - ' ' Z . - 1 1 1 1 ' L c , 1 - 9 a 1 9 1 ' . ' ' . it ,V f,, , , Y, ADMINISTRATICDN i n lla EN hgwf f ',1'X."n!ZL x 'll . Vg 1 .IL N I X ,II . F L' ff'-'Ny ' f 1 :Me ff f . , ' fl!-'1-YU' I I l':L 1, ff 'L -,,,, , . a' F E!5?if5i iv5J g, 'H 'f lx 5 '1yf, , r'f "i,l' 'Un i M' v "',L+1Q IE ? l W.: w . lx V,, L ' A . gg .1 V 'M Q, g W- wi- 'V - ' ff 1 'I' Q jk Ha Q 12 t-KX The Board of Education plays an important role in the success of Amherst Cen- tral High School. Through their insistence upon high standards and their search for means of improvement, we have been able to main- tain one ofthe finest educa- tional systems in this area. It is with a deep sense of' gratitude that we express our appreciation to these hard working people for their services to Eggerts- ville and Snyder. MR. SCHWEICKHARD Mr. Philip A. Schweickhard, the Super- vising Principal of the Amherst Junior and Senior High Schools, has the job of coordinating their educational activities. Our community can note with respect and enthusiasm the eflorts of Mr. Schweick- hard's twenty-eight years of service. Our phenomenal adult education program, and the educational improvements noted constantly in our schools, have been largely due to his foresight and effort. The innumerable services he has rendered in his years at Amherst are reflected in the success of our school. BCARD OF EDUCATION 4 -1- - Q Mr. H. Kenneth Hornburg. Mr. T. L. Masterson, president. Mrs. Ross Wesson, Mrs. Herbert Keating. Dr. W. Allan Fisher, Mr. John Maclnnis. 9 f-fx EALEAN HANNELQ librarian, adviser of Library Service Club. Newspaper Club .avvins mf, . -7 ' , C!'n'xJAfJ, ri' MARIAN WILLIAMS: English ll. 12 MILDRED MEESE: English ll. I7 ad viser of TRIAD, Poetry Club, Scribblers ENGLISH "English pervades the life and work of the school." So the English Departments major goal is competency in the four language arts: reading, writing, speaking. and listening. Young people must learn to read intelligently, interpreting accurately the meaning and evaluating critically both the written and spoken word, lest they be misled by the propagandist. The competitive spirit of our times stresses the importance of a better-than-adequate vocabulary for college placement and job ad- R., 'filzrgr MORTON KLAYMAN: Speech, adviser ot' Amards, Thespian Society, draniatics coach vancement. Intelligent reading helps to develop such a vocabulary. The habit of reading good books, classic and modern, as well as the better periodicals, can provide a life-time of enjoyment. We attempt to encourage this interest through a knowledge of literature. While the goals of instruction are practically the same for all, the degree of attainment corresponds with the ability and interest of the student. We are using new and varied materials and techniques, con- stantly searching for those most suited to the different needs of our students. FLORENCE STURGEON: English ll, I2 res T' DELLA BURGIOQ English I0 X '5v.. ak ,ing -E., Y7 X l ls X if .X N QONALD REllv1AxN1 English 10. nd- JANETTE ATKINSON: English ll, ad- JOHN GELSINGERL English I0 wwf 0fS1Hge Crew viser or TATLER, Quill and Scroll 5 1 E 1 g QE I fl' ,AL EXQ Q 6. X KX , Si ,5 ,V 'ii 4 1 1 1 R ferrari - Ei, X '1f,E l ffrg' 1 ff sl' gigs Ml 22 :" " IV! ff! Yr' 1:1 Y' RUTH MORRIS: Reading, English 10 fwilh Pftvr Hfulfl GERTRUDE RIX: English ll. I2 new 1 GLADYS BURNHAM1 English 10, I2 ELSIE W,ALDOWxl1L.lCPLlI'll'I1CI1lCl1LllI'Il1LiI1, English 12, adviser ol' Sigma Hi-Y gg fi ,- f f X 3 XVI? l' N T flip, MARGARET MAXWELL: Alge- bral Geometry MATH EMATICS Today man is entering a vast new world of knowledge where such terms as automation, high-speed computors, and man-made moons become everyday vocabulary. In this highly technical age, mathematics is indispensable. We at Amherst are striving to keep pace with these modern trends by developing an integrated course of the various areas of mathematics at each grade level, and by adopting the most recent state-recommended courses to train students in modern mathematics tech- niques. Also there is an opportunity for seniors of supe- rior ability to participate in a seminar where certain topics of college level are introduced. Our goal is to help equip Amherst students to under- stand the role that mathematics plays in the affairs of today. PAULINE MORRIS: Math ll. Geometry, Trigonometry, adviser of Inter-school Math Club in BASIL ROSENBERRY: acting depart- ment chairman, Trigonometry, Intermed- iate and Advanced Algebra, adviser ol' Student Council GEORGE SALTARELLIQ Algebra. Ge- HELEN BAHNL Math Il, Intermediate ometry adviser ot' Debate Club Algebra, Geometry LAWRENCE BENSON: Geometry X S MARTIN KENTNERg Health Science, WILLIAM FREYQ Health Science Guidance Coach of Football and Golf. Physics tStudent Joseph1neZarc0nej SCIENCE With the increasing need for trained scientists and engi- neers in our country comes an ever-increasing need for everyone to understand the basic facts and methods of science. At Amherst we hope to interest able young people to plan careers in science and to provide them with the foundation for following these careers in col- lege. We also hope to prepare all students to live in a world of rapidly changing conditions of life by helping them to understand the methods of the research scien- tist, to find answers for themselves, and to think clearly on the basis of known facts. Strong emphasis is placed on individual laboratory work and the investigation of individual research projects. gr x X M V., X at W l fp ? 53914 '33 1 D 0 'QW ,. l 4:MAK-Zh Ia' Q, 54232, QP- if Chemistry GLENN UNGERER Physics ad ELTON PETERSEN Chemistry SHERIDAN MARTIN Earth Sci vlser of Senior Science Club Senior Class adviser encg Blglogy adviser of Riding Club, Tennis coach PATRICK FESSENDEN ...ix ,.k 'Q 1 -I Agassi, X'L:...., EDWARD ORGEKQ department MYRTLE BANGQ department ROBERT PATELUNASQ Driving ESTHER SCHILLKEQ Basic Art chairman, Wood Shop, Driving chairman-Art, Basic Art, Design, RCPFCSCHIHUOU Representation, Art Club adviser WILLIAM WEBER, Mechanical drawing, Driving, Swimming coach, assistant Track coach As part of our general education, Industrial Arts study helps to build the foundation of our living standard as well as our national defense. It helps to teach good habits and attitudes, to develop creative and experimental abilities, to provide for better and happier homes by making for more discerning buyers, for caring properly for the many mechanical things which surround us in everyday life, and to provide an opportunity for exploring the many areas of industry. The Industrial Arts Department at Amherst in- cludes three shops: general metal, general wood, and transportation, in addition to driver edu- cation. ART AND INDUSTRIAL ARTS thi' RAYMOND JOHNSTONg Metal shop, Driving WILLIAM VANAKENQ Driving, Transportation Shop, adviser of Transportation Explorer Group I5 ROBERT SCHONEWOLFQ Mech- anical drawing Cwith Dennis Rohlojb ROBERT POMEROY1 department chair- XJ man, American History, Rifle Club adviser HISTORY If.'3,'Ti'3I.'Sf1Y?5t'T,lT.'Z1lT'?'dH'S 1... MOIRA PARKg World History Pina- Q Z 6 A spx f t . i.. .7 . , if . -fail ' vin, 5 .., ,.,Z :S f 1. L THOMAS KlDDg American, World His- CLARENCE SPITZERL American tory, Guidance, Student Union director History, adviser of TOWER A careful study of man's past experiences, a rewarding task in itself, can provide an understanding of much of modern-day happenings. As part of New York State's citizenship education program, history forms a common background of information for most American citizens. This year, forthe lirst time, the History Department has inaugurated a diversified teaching program. A be- ginning has been made towards the introduction of World History in the tenth grade with the organization of an honors class. Next year it is planned that a large majority of tenth grade students will be taking World History, followed by American History in the eleventh grade. lt is hoped that ultimately college-bound seniors will be able to take electives in such fields as sociology, economics, and geography. HENRY SCHICKQ World History, Delta Rho Hi-Y adviser 16 99556 Xxx x I llln1111 1 in p X iii.. XL A is s.. w 5 R xi XTX E Wfllllllmf ' , 1 9' . Q Q l i e f'5 'Nc Q 'fu Y? 6 ,sv 4 fe .pf m nn QQQQY 'T 9. 45, sw r? 1 -+- .4 mhq X--4 ROBERT HALM Re nlmg Booklseep mg BLISIITLSS Lux BUSINESS Business courses at Amherst are olTered Ill great w.1r1etx These are not only for the student lnterested IH pursulng el busl ness c.1reer but tilso for those who wlsh to use some slellls such as typlng or book keepmu ln personal llfe In addition stu dents take shorthand buslness arlthmetlc secretarml prtlctlce rctdlllng and buslness law All of these subjects are to help a student prepare for 61 more successful hfe both 1n the everyday dutles ofthe home and on the job LILLIANI ORLENER department chur man Seeretlrlal Practlee Ofhee Praetnee Buslncss Arlthmetle lmth Nancx llfftlll fulerlmp --0' x -sl fo if ,.f W-,f X..M nu... 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' ' ' . - . 1 , - 1 X A , f ,six XS ' -f fir? ,., ifxs U S Q ae -1 ' . 1, 1 - . , no e, ., I. . U Q S X1 f , , ' . , - . - . 3 N- 1 -Z w' ' .. j -4 e - , , e , . ' , - . X L S - . . 1 - . ., . , . , . . , . , Vx 'l f -' . ' ' ' ' .. ' x . 1 . Q X X s ' ' e . , ' s . ' ' - X-X X , bf TT i --e T - - - X "A, Q S K X ,X f Q 1 Q , - . - , , , . , S l R 1? 1 ' I ' T' ' fs ef. -wa . 2' . ' 1 - , . x 44, , , 1 . wg ' X- , nulm '11, 31. In . . m Q g,,-! Q ll ' 2 .S -, , 1 ll' 1 ' - 1 - Y- ' ' ,' ' . X , xg . 52' ,Q V . .-1' r x, J l X. s , Q K 1 x M X . .if K X I-X. 3, sf: 1 - X, X - U ' -ws , 1 ' n ' lx' PHYSICAL EDUCATION The program of the Physical Education Depart' ment at Amherst is based mainly upon one ideag that each student should develop himself physi- cally while learning to grow in sportsmanship and character through participation with others. In the gym classes. both the girls and the boys are offered many different types of activities in addition to the usual seasonal sports. Some of these are folk and square dancing, marching. tum- bling. and apparatus work forthe girls. and wres- tling. rope and ring work, tumbling. volleyball, and dodgeball for the boys. ISABEL HUSBAND: Health Sci- ence, Girls' swimming, Gym, Girls' Sports Council adviser, coach of girls' sports. Student Council ad- viser twirl! Paula Alllllftlj -Xx- There are so many different types of gymnastic activities offered that almost every student finds himselfenjoying one sport or another and improv- ing his skill throughout the year. as his interest and ability increase. CAROLYN KREHBIELL Girls' gym and swimming, Girls' Sports Council adviser. Delta Hi-Y adviser, coach of girls' sports twirl: Carol Lirzemlolll . V-vt s T'- g , 10, fe xi' ROBERT HETTLER1 boys' gym and ROBERT N1cALLlSTER1boys' gym and swimming. Basketball coach swimming. girls' gym. J. V. Soccer coach. 18 J. V. Baseball coach. Rifle team coach PMHERS7. l - CENTRAL 4 lfimmm N D 1' - A 'V MILTON BERG MAN: department chairman. boys' gy m and swimming. Track coach, J. Y. l-'oothall coach s A as ' it X X, l x JANIZT BRADLEY: Boys' Home- making. Adxanced Foods lwillt Judi' lfhlwr'l.x'l ELFAFNORA HILDEBRANDQ departa ment chairman. Clothing. Interior Decorat- ing. adxiser ol Junior Red Cross Council twillt Sm' Iirwitntl HOME ECONOMICS To become at better citizen in the home, school and community. individuals often desire the kind of assistance oflcred by the Home Economics Department. Here both boys and girls can gain competence in the skills of ltomemaking. and in the ability to manage a household. There is opportunity provided for growth in social poise and such further phases of family living as food. clothing. amusement, l you-. 4 . t CAROLINE tsAEHREg Foods Clothing health, and housing. I-Rl-DERICK KOPP3 Instrumental Music. Orchestra Our music program provides an outlet for all interested students through prac- tice and performance with large groups and with smaller ensembles. The depart- ment's major project is the annual presen- tation oli a noteworthy operetta. Theory classes are available to those intending to study music more intensively. A music ap- preciation course meets the needs ofthose who want to enjoy and listen to music rather than produce it. JOHN KRESTIC deptrtment chai rman. Instrument tl Music Band. adxiscr ot Vlajorcttcs NRALTIZR RHTZ: Mixed Choir. Rudiments ot' Music. A Cappella Choir. Boy s' Cilce Club. Girls' Glee Club if-an , XJ "TfIll1 man nmrv Xllftfl' vwzlurv on hiv ltYI,l', H710 is so xLflll.l!t'll lflflf lit' 1111111111 .SII'tl'l'.N 4' 'F' GUIDANCE bi Amherst's guidance department is at the service of every student. Our A ' counselors strive to develop realistic goals in the students' minds, im- prove pupil adjustment, and help plan students' vocations. Each stu- dent in every grade is interviewed at least once during the year by his counselor. Students are Free to consult with the advisers whenever a need arises. The responsibility for carrying out this ambitious program rests with Mr. Donald Vlunson, our director of guidance. Mr. Schuchardt, with the assistance of Mr. Martin Kentner, works with the sopho- mores. Juniors and seniors are guided by Miss Carnahan and Mr. Pankovv respectively. Tvlrs. Arend and Mr. Kidd, Student Union di- rectors, also counsel part time. Business teacher Miss Nletz places students in jobs. Psychology and speech correction services are also available to our students. xx B. Mr. Munson, Director !7fiGllftI!ll1CL' 5.1 Mr. Schuchardt, Soplzuuzorc Counselor gg Mrs. Williams. Guitlzuicc SUl'I't'flll'.l' vw- X 5 kt l ' -N .mg C33- sf: Mr. Pankow, Senior Cozuzsular Miss Carnahan, Junior C0u11S'c'l0r Mrs. Miller, Secretary 70 The Keqn J in Urder.. OFFICE STAFF 'SV V73 MRS. IMOGENE AMO: MRS. BETTY ARCHER: Mr. MRS. LUCILE BRUNNER1 Registrar Scheller's Secretary Receptionist HEALTH STAFF Mrs. Coyer spends her time keeping our students and faculty members in good health. Her alertness for symptoms as well as her box of Kleencx tissues has saved the day for many ot' us. She is respon- sible for the health records of every student. Dr. Joseph Sheedy, the school physician, gives us our annual physical examination. He also ad- ministers polio shots, tetanus boosters, and small- pox vaccines. Dr. Daniel Weitz is the school dentist. Once a year he checks the condition ofthe Amherstonians' teeth. MRS. EMMA COYER. School Nurse 1 1 l l DR. SHEEDY with Dick Olender ZI X .L . 4 MRS. JOYCE WEILERL Mr. Sch- weickhard's Secretary , ,J .xy 1 Q 5 DR, WEITZ with Janice Decker tit' ,4f.If.- vie-Q' OPERATING STAFF We owe a great deal to Mr. Robertson, engineer, and his staff for keeping Am- herst in good mechanical order. A vote of thanks must also go to "George" Thurn- herr, the chief custodian, and his assist- ants for their work. CAFETERIA STAFF Our spirited cafeteria stall' is responsible for the deli- cious meals served in our cafeteria. Under the direc- tion of Mrs. Vera Mai- schoss, these women spend several hours daily prepar- ing and Serving us lunches. Pemmnel with M R. BUTTS We all recognize Mr. Butts as having charge of textbooks for all classes and also know him to be vitally interested in many forms of youth activities. J E i -.U ' T ,, X' ,ll y Xl ' .4 f - W " Q .. ,. Fw --' - fha!! t K ulfivl I 7 ' -- iw, ' it-1 Q ll et. - fi - . 1 : kv, 'H , .J A, '96 a n , 441'-,Af "'-q1....,,.....,' ,,.. , 'Ql""""fis 1 ' L24 l un.. Anna Pichlcr, Florence Levan, Edith Clode, Maude Shamp, Irene Hathaway, Florence Brunner, Celia Eber, Bessie Smith, Mildred Hastreiter, Josephine Barton. 22 P8V50ll6lll.97 MRS. PETERSEN, MRS. PIERCE Mrs, Pierce and Mrs. Peter- sen are Mr. Lexer's assist- ants in the financial depart- ment at Amherst. They spend their time on such tasks as making out the pay- roll and paying the hills. QQ MR. LEXER A familiar hgure in Amherst is Mr. Charles J. Lexer, school district clerk. Al- though we do not come in contact with him in a teacher-student relationship, we all recognize his importance in handling lt st' MR. SCHAEFER Mr. Alan Schaefer is the cheerful man in the attendance ollice whom Amherston- ians must see in order to be excused from school early for a dentist appointment or for work. ln addition to his job as attend- ance director, he supervises the Projection Crew and their showing, ol' educational films in the classroom. 23 Amherst's business affairs. NS f",..':g1 '-.sgcx Lf ADULT EDUCATION Learning does not stop after high school graduation. As the world progresses and the individual faces new situations and ambitions in life, he must prepare himself to meet these changes. For this reason, our Amherst Central Adult School offers a program which will comply with thc work, cultural, family, civic, and social needs of the community. The Adult School is open to all adults, regardless of where they live. Residents of Amherst are given preference and former Amherst High School students are urged to return to their Alma Mater. This year, over 4.000 adults attended to make more than 6,800 class enrollments. Courses are ofTered in arts and crafts, business, citizenship, economics, lan- guages, family living, driver education, recreation, and other subjects. New courses will be started in response to com- munity and social needs as seen by our director, Dr. Minich, the Board of Edu- cation, and teachers, or upon the request of twelve prospective students. MARY KENDALL and KARLA GALL- MAN, Secretaries Amherst Central High School where 4100 adults attend exening classes. K 1 5s x X! -X CARL MINICH, Director of Adult MARY PARKE, Specialist in Parent Education and Family Life Education 1' A.,- F" in One of many Adult School painting classes The Board of Education meets in the auditorium. 24 SENICDRS X 5 K S ,z 11 I XS x, XX xX Rx x W X it lx, 'f' 'sy 1 4? 5 xt LQ S -: On Um' Way Into The Future One day we wake up and the last days of hugh school are upon us Many of us complete the tiresome but necessary college appllcatlons Some of us have mtervxews for future jobs and a few of us look at rmgs 1n jewelry store wmdows We are a llttle uncertam of what the future may hold and some of us wonder what we w1ll be domg ten years from now Though many of us are anxlous to linally be on our way we ll all admlt that we wlll mlss the warmth of frlends the guld ance of teachers and the search for knowledge that we have found 1n hlgh school Entlrely new people and experlences wnll greet us and no doubt many of us will long for the comfort of famlllarlty and the snug se curlty that we have enjoyed durlng the past slx years together Then the dlploma llke a key to the gate 1S m our hand Some will study m the chalk dusty college classrooms Some w1ll work some will continue to play as they have done 1n hlgh school Still others WlII-10111 the mllrtary but the worn hand of the world w1lI greet us all SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Larry Davis Treasurer Caryl Kellner Secretary Lewis Gee Presldent Raven Askln Vice presrdent SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL XTX X x xox X x ii I f X X Qs N 'YI Seated Kevln McNamara Caryl Kellner Lew Gee Raven Askln Larry Davis Mr Petersen Smmlmg Lols Crrtoph Carol Dobels Ken Eckhert Gerald Farrow Fred Machemer Terry Bodewes Jean Andrews Joanna Ellett Gall Rueger , ' X I I I a Tk Q .,,, l KNXX , I I L lx , - ' ' 1 gg ,K ,X , , . . . . , .u - Qx .fa - ' l - sift il - . 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ELTON PETERSEN The Class of 1958 wishes to express its sincere appreciation to Mr Petersen who as class ad v1ser has so willingly and ably guided us through our years at Amherst We are grateful for his co operation and assistance OUR SENIOR CLASS ADVISERS WERE Mary Maloney Pauline Morris Robert Patelunas Elton Petersen Gertrude Rtx Basil Rosenberry George Saltarelll Robert Schonewolf Florence Sturgeon , .W Y hi o ae-dgplg S A we 5535--o 55 Jflw . like n , 1 I ' I , . H ll Q E ' 'NT pw A X F J .kg O la-H -1 -I if I, c Q 4' 'tiki Q99 " Q41 , If ne lg' lillfhfih WW 44371 P "'1 in Nw. I tw N l IE: 'J 3 I N-P L .QTY-wif t ' cg 4 a 'Ky ,Q-, VHHI. J r L T1 "' 'gl 71714 5,'Pk 5 'Kp rabid. SENIOR A B Cs Ntck Shosho Tony Bueschen Lewls Gee Blll Slowe Dave Jackson Gerry Farrow Dlck Grub Al Ansulm Chns Schabacker Lewls Wood Donald Klembub Ron Pellman Don Downs Woody Becker Larry Davls Jo GlUdlC1 Barry Wood Rrck Ganter Clay Adams Jeff Clayton Don Trudell Joe Valenta Fred Machemer Glenn Babcock Kevm Lyons J1m Branleckl Athletlc Blushrng Capable Dancer Effervescent Fllrt Gulhble Heartbreaker Irreslstlble Joker Knowledge Laugh Muslcal Nonchalant OpllmlSllC Personallty Qulet Refreshmg Sophrstrcated Twosome Unpredlctable Versatlle WlnHlng X traordmary Yawnmg Zlppy Gayle Terwllllger Sherry Greene Sally Manske Barb Karcher Barb Tufts Joyce DeWe1n Marcla Behrens Caryl Kellner Chrrs Sperduto Mary Ellen Mlntzas Gall Rueger Ros Wesson Carol Dobels Roy Ann Presley Sandle Skldmore Jane Mrller Ann Demmm Crndy ThClSS Sue Fowler Joan Ohlson Sue Rlchter Peggy Davxs Teddy DltSl0US Judy Anderson Carol Klug V1v Tercho gui, 1 val. lX'l-LL. 7-1'4-' ofvv' ld'-P H lr' J gg" KI gg Q Jgs-'inc 1'l"U Q Q Q 1 ff 'M Ll J' 'ICI 1"u-'ttf' 'P' lA- ' Lt I-I-"ll-rUl'., ll'l"l" ,B -ll 'llT'f' ug -li 'das' P4 0 0-I J Y? 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" -- -.P .. '- 5- ..- N' ".- v- ' ." Ib"-' "fl ... - "'.-. - ."' .'lt1 ll"'gl,' L "ff 1 54" "1 l' slr' ' Every night for many weeks lines were repeated until they were letter perfect, and gestures until they were completely natural. One night they met early in the rooms ofthe music wing. Everyone was excitedg the air was full of a certain undefined tenseness. As the makeup was applied, the students began to disappear. and the char- acters ofthe play came into focus. After that. a silence fell, and the atmosphere was strangely still in an attitude of waiting. The actors sat, waiting, checking over lines, whispering softly. The crowd cleared, the audience was still. The whisper "Good luck, kids." ran around the room accompanied by a smile. Mr. Klayman took a quick glance around and left to become a part ofthe audience. A small group took their places on the stage and the curtain went up. Voices were carried through the open door and the audience laughed. lt was opening night and the actors had become a play, the senior play . . . . ..MY THREE ANGELS Right: The play as seen from the wings by Bonnie Bitner, one of the directors. af' ,,, ., , t ! Mary Mintzas speaks to Lee Backus, George Basil, Dan A toast is proposed by Barbara Tufts, George Bas Block, Phil Bally, and Al Ansuini. Block. Al Ansuini. Roz Wesson. and Don Kleinb Monsieur Ducotel Madame Ducotel Marie Louise Jules Alfred Joseph Madame Parole Lieutenant Henri Trochard Paul Student Directors Director Mr. Klayman thoughtfully watches 57 a scene in rehearsal. il, Dan ub. CAST Q I Donald Kleinbub Rosalind Wesson Barbara Tufts .Xi Al Ansuini Dan Block George Basil Mary Mintzas Giovanni Giudict I Lee Backus Al Ansuinl Gioxan Phll Bally Basil Dan Block Bonnie Bitner Sally McCollum Morten J Klayman Nl ,f I QF Giudlcl George T lt ii i? . ' 1 y fl. x l . 4 r Xu, E . . 'A 'G V . , J I 2 i U. 751: I r " 'Ll 5 if X , s yi g ', - ' -- tall T: Mr. . xXx , y ,X it X 1 f Q I I i x It 'img' K . X .grey X SENIOR BALL "It's only a paper moon." The decoration committee adds Sticky fingers and chit-chat, on Saturday morn the finishing touches to the centerpiece. ing as the table decorations are completed. Time out for refreshments . . , and small talk. X I fs i I."-,,'.-f-iAMAV , J'-4 AV , -l h . U - , , ., T I . . - -W ,, is-G , 5' fl, E, . R s -,X s ,- -P we --,vf T. .- 1 -if YYY, fl- ig , ' ' K ' I - Y-f-'- "- ' 5- . -- , , ' r 5 h k , --N .-.- M- V , I-tr' YV -ij-:A , Y Y , , U I . . - , kk A-.i V , , . , fl-1--'-' ' . - -- X . , I I ' 5 Mx -. , -,, I .T ' 'v - . . if - A '- -' Y ,f f 1 d-'gCf . uf. ,, ., . V -f ,5--- - ,, - . . V XX ' ' I ""5'i-'w+m7lf f A 4 X ve --e fe 4-.ees-e?sQpic,, -Wi fv-- " 58 mzumfy 161 1958 lt was Saturday evening. January IX. l958. The linishing touches had been completed earlier in the day and now the seniors and their dates were dancing to the music ol' Joe Pendelino and his band. The magic hour was ll.30 for Jane Miller and Barry Wood. As the Queen and King. they reigned over the Ball with the assistance of attend- ants Judy Anderson. Sherry Greene. Lois Critoph. Royann Presley. and Caryl Kellner. The Stellar Ball was a memorable event in many of our lives. Jane Miller and Barry Wood, King and Queen of the Stellar Ball, uf, K.,- Queen Jane Miller with her court, Royann Presley Judy Anderson Lois Critoph X f Sherry Greene. and Caryl Kellner. XX Af We Gain Unclemmnding by. . . . CONVERSING . . . With others. Ideas are exchanged, and we listen and offer our opinions. We don't have to agree with all that is said, but the casual talk among us teaches us to be tol- erant, and to understand each other. FWS- . . . CREATING Our sense of accomplishment is always great in creating something, whether it be an art project, a good English composi- tion, orjust a poster for the coming dance. At Amherst we may be creative in many ways, some seemingly small, but never- theless important to us as individuals. The opportunity is here for all who wish to be creative: in music, arts, publications, lan- guages, athletics, and dramatics. . . CONCENTRATING . . . In our studies. The pages of a book turn endlessly as the search for wisdom goes on. It has been said that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, thus, the search can never cease, nor can the end ever be found. We find ourselves learning, then relaxing, and then continuing our learn- mg. T . . . AND COOPERATING As we work together, combining our tal- ents toward a common goal, we learn that the spirit of "give and take" is ever important in the functioning of our group, and in the realization of our objectives. Our efforts do not always make everyone happy, neither are controversies or mis- takes unheard of, but we continue to try. Often our only reward is personal satis- faction in what we have accomplished as individuals working together in a group. UNDERCLASSMEN 9 lf X P 4 A I .f ' ' A H 'rrjufa . mx' "' ' Y' JQIW: .fiw'fgAzag if nw W kqaw X 'sn flu- ,Q 4 in J' 4 P .rj ' ?2 fl P 4 . W Y -Q X S' L! -lla I 75 g .2 v 1 vu., 'li fx I' R .1455 :J 4 ga i xt!! HIQ. ? 44' r' NY w. I- SQ5 x if .J wg Q-If V 3 51 4 X 4 ff 4Qir 5 - Wav- a . K xQV . lv' . x 2.15 A ' ,- 1 1 ',::.--, , ,gk -1 f " f ' dt "'7-fx-1 iff: 1,1 4. ' 'z..Q"q? 1 ' ' . '33 fx' X.-X VF Pa 5,7-1 fi X X XX' , "" 11 .-,:'fH? '1 'VR 5 411 1? aj X f . Cf?-455' 'f' 4 X3 - 1'?g?f',jS:Q-2-f 'fLf.?f""f ' ' Xf j l.sf'5f'.,f:,:'-lik' ff?f"fZ1-fl 5 H ' 1: -X . ' '!'5"i -5 'fi' lik" N- -- - "xl zfhzy. ,f if ff- -f ' f- '-- 3 Ei 1, ,gi ,+'f3f1,i:ggf,:,5?" Q" 1 Q fi , X' ' rj, ' " . ' v V Irfii' ' 17 ' " 1 but mem? I' y I WEE: gg' st-.'A""X uh .S 1 1 3, I1 -'H-' '- I MYI1 Nw-3.3 , .L 1. lb , W! 1 L ,yy .I S 4' ' 1 !I ' f'-f.- drffi y 4 ,':,fxlx 'nf' " NT -4 ' 'Q' ,,. f ' 4 4 .s,, Q , , u x :". ,E Q. A s F5 1 .- 'z' 5 V' " X t F '- ,, Nt. 'f'fu V, ., fa , " ' Ae , v' ,'4xK' gm ff Q. x' ,, wif wh ' 7 ff' Nm 'XM v,...ff ' xv X , 5.41 Rpt . M 3 nf 2? -IL 'pp Q- 5 :R f 7- Q CLASS OF 1959 Usually thejunior year is one ofthe bus- iest and most difhcult years of high school, but it seems to be one in which a great deal is accomplished. The seniors are too tired and the sophomores too new to be much competition for those enthusiastic juniors who sail into activities with the greatest of ease and exuberance. Of course, the l958 junior class was no ex- ception to this rule. With the guidance of Mr. Schuchardt, their adviser, they won the magazine drive, traditionally a junior victory, and produced a successful junior play and prom. They have surely won the respect of all of us, and are more than ready to step into the shoes ofthe seniors and carry on their activities with the same spirit they exhibited this year. World history is required for all Juniors at Amherst. Dave McGill operates the film projector for his classmates in Mrs. Park's room. :Mil JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS C7 Toby McLeod Treasurer Ray Foley President Miry Cook Vicc President Betty Schriver Secretary MW!! .r Q-F if , 1- u E-Fl iii. - 'va 4592 fs' The Junior who plans to pursue a college education faces the college board examinations in the Spring. Sandy Schall buys a practice book from Sally Manske. JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL Row 1 Jim Jung Toby McLeod Ray Foley Mary Cook Betty Schriver Mr Schuchardt Adviser Row 2 Barbara Hoffman Larry Santuccl Russ Mc Neil Mike Hess J1mW1ner Ross Hay man Barry Jones Bobbie Hayes Pat Lee Pat Stott Gall Chamberlain Marie Hardin Shirley Ellis MRS BAEHRE HOMEROOM 2 Row I: Shirley Ellis Carolyn Komroy Marilyn Wicker Diane Rogers Bonnie Prill Karen Maurer Lorind'1 Kuhn Linda Mohr Anne Schober. Ron' 2g Barbara Fullerton Donna Stoneclifle June Bingel Judy Kinsella Betty Gio- lando M'1ry Ann DeCeIle Bonnie Ad- ornetto Judy Knudson P'it Thomas. Row 3: B'irbar'1 Cummings Cirolyn Lehr Nancy Sandford Carolyn Cook Doris Gisel Pat Hunt Vixi-in Holder Cynthia Chamberland Kathleen Ce- s'1reo. MRS ATKINSON HOMEROOM 221 Row I Sirth Dunn Betty Sehrixer Judy Reneau Rosemary Jerris C irole Acqulsto Ann Mosher Judith Rleh Phyllis Henrich Barbart Hoflmm Row 2 Patricia Covsan Lyndi Clark Margot Sehrocdcr Cynthu Blike Veldl King Mlrgot Hazen Birblrt Drexclius Sandra Stone Carolyn Coyle. Row 3: Virginia Kiebzak Carol Krebs Jean Wallace Lynda Montgomery Joyce Jordan Marjorie MeC'ilI Ruth Jonathan Freya Franke Suzanne Fisk Virginia Pirrung Susan Nelson. l T be Clam Counczl qnrerented .I . , , , c , U ' , . 5 A! - ., . , . . , - s s I 9 a 1 Y I I I 7 , . . .. L L , - ' it , xv , 1 3 'B-, 'L Virginia Johnston, Diana McMahon, ' ' , 'z 2 . . N , 'L L fs' z ' , 1 ' ' , 1 za , , . 7 I' 5 L 1 v 1 s '- s n ', . , , ' v 1 7 1 ' 1 1 1 1 , , . , i , v is . , . , 4 L 7 , 1. 9 L y l , v - S s , . . l 395 Ambition! umbry. . MR GELSINGER HOMEROOM 220 Ron 1 Warren Kumm Tom Jones John Wirdrop Tom Noell Peter Wolf Nelson Winegar Mike Madill Ron 2 Robert Summers Tom Boulian Tom Gleison Richard Wehle Due York Joel Murphy Paul Nciderpruem Row 3 Gene DeReu Douglas McDonald Robert Duetor Paul Lipovwicz John Balk Dugild MeLeod George Sehaef fer Larry Brose I x MR. CUTCHER HOMEROOM 318 Row I: Bill Webb, Wultcr Gunter, Tom Lang, Bill Plante, Jaiek Sehotte, Jim Czuanaugh, Peter Alwziy. Row 2: Dave Beckwith, Bill MeGoxern, Jerry Hall- berg, Jim Winer, Jack Hunney, Al Kuin, Buster Knop, Pat Ryun. Raw 3: Frank Hill, Mike Pierce, Jan Lindyberg. Peter Aehey, Bob Kamens, John Blunt, Dick Rogers, Julian Gian, Dan Suter. MISS HILDEBRAND HOMEROOM 8 Row 1 Mary Jane O Connell M irthi H irlem Eleanor Bryehta M irtha Till man Sharon Brown Bexerly Feolo Mary Springsteed Christine Pezoldt Rosalind Soboti Ron 2 Susan Sehade Dianne Klenert Joan Wiepert Sue Philputt Gail Andres Ann Rmebolt Pitrieia Gourliy Kathleen Shields Mary Cook Judith Downing Run 3 Gail Farmer Margxret Prim Judith Ling Gail Drulr Barbtri Kuser Rita Bickelmln Pttricia Stott Jinet Manhardt Slndra SIIUSII15 Susan Frey . l 'U l 5 a s Z 9 5 7 , . ' .' 9 Il 9 1 , ' , 1' 3 , , U . '. 7 I 7 7 Y 7 i . , , ' . . ,A - H a 1 " Y 5 L 5 Y .- . , . , 4 kk ' , . f X , A - Jr - .. Marlene Forpahl, Barbara Krueger, X , ' L. , t. P2 . E, , mi , ' I ', 3 ' .N 2 , i , . ,, , . ' Q ' ,' ,. , '. .' 1 1, 1 2 x '1' , 4 L , " 1, ' at I' A 1 1 1 ' .1 1 5 . . , i . L ' ,v F, ,, ,.- - ." 1 v s - MR JOHNSTON HOMEROOM 120 Ron I Ben Prlslnmno Jlmes Brown .limes Sghroeder Roy lNllLIl1k, Rleh 1rd C lIl1t.ll'l Gordon M less Rleh 1rd Bergm in Herbert L1PagL Rr u 2 Norm IH Rleh lrdson NL ll Nleson Pnul bmllh RlLl1lI'Ll Ruwell Ronald Parklnson James Grxble Jerome Brovxn Run 3' I-rank Lexus Merton Txwlor Cnrx Hummer Dlnlel Sehxbel Ken Peterson l-rlnk Deekcr Ross Hdym in Doug Colhngxood 91 Q9 MR MARTIN HOMEROOM 314 Run- ly Marlin Goldstein, Hunk Mes- sina, Robert Miller, Gordun Fern, Riehurd lluekelt. Barry Zeplowitf, Craig 0'Donnell, .lohn Bacon. Row 2: Allen Lnrxxood. Donald Christ. Lam- renee Delxsiler, Raymond l-oley, Allred Lzxndrexille. Russell McNeill, Duxid Nlitehell, Rielmrd Roth. Run- jg Ro- bert McKinley. John Pueplow, John Kaeseluu, Nlgmttlnexn Komeefka, Ken- nelhCiz1ll1nun,Cieruld Punkoxx, Angelo Peykoll. MR KLAYMAN HOMEROOM M 2 Ran I Bull Ford C huek Berrw Roger lw lke. Tom Paxton I-I xnk lLlL,llSl De M nns D we Cond Rau 2 VN one M lbrx Dlelx Wilhelm Ex ID bloxer D me C h we John Lorenz M lrsh 1ll Wussm ln K url Bl relmell Ron 3 John Bonesky Due N1 lLll'L.l Due H xrrlson Due MeK1nnon Mllxu I-rled C huek Turner Tom H rlhek 'dvi . . . Who Planned and Enjoyed ' ll? L l no 1,-6, Q fr Z ' ig ,L ,vi X 'y , 'V 5 .ig M lc? A 5' i'- X'-W A f Vx - A f- L 'L , L"'. 'L V 34 za 43, 'ig '-T4 j , L , . i E' ,l I- g ,ff LQ ,WV It Av! If ll L '-L 1 ' tml ki q 8, I Y. ,. ' ' -, Frederic Kleinbub, James Weinmun, 1 . Q AU 'lynx' ' ' ' , 1 'z '. x ' in K ' 'l ,"+ U: ZQW ' . 'L 1 ' "" "4 lil X' 5 x x x' 5 h 2 1' x , ' ' ' 1 , ' " . . . 4. ' ' Q ' -- X 'V' J, li , "a ' ' 3 irk u Ll X " 1 . ' .' rl., . L i.. ',, E ' 1 R w , L n 1 ini' x 5 L L V L , 1 L " X . - : , 1 - . L ", 1 'H 1 '. , 1 ' ' ' , ' ', Q ' . . . 3 2 ' . ,I MISS METZ HOMEROOM 123 Ron! Judy Duns K1tl1yKelly Bub b eht H tn letu M x Lino Divan Kreger Ron 7 Mireii Tllll11lf1 C irolyn Btrrett Ardis Simp son Sue Smill N tnette M iltby Mtrie Sehrtufstetter Jelnne Riymond Shir on Hnuean Ron ? 'Vl1rvbetl1Lahr Wendy Culxer Ninn Bxrnes Jinet Mly Sxndrt Collins Gul Chimber- lain Carolyn Blanc Sandra Linde. MRS MEESE HOMEROOM 311 R in I Claire Nuehereno Beverley Broun Lindt Eddy Vltrx Walls Ruth Craik Sue K xhn Sh iron Greene Anne Cesareo Georgia M lnos Ron 2 Judy Turner Judy Bell Linda Lixing stone Marie Hardin Bonnie Wood Marx Jane Hutchinson Sue Brown Joann Carpenter Cynthia Cassidy Row 3 Shirley Wagner Ellen Kuehner Florence Wicnclawslxi K tren Hoffman Sandy Reigelm in S indv Sehall Sandee Wilcox Lorenc Brummer Pat Gilliam 'E MRS PARK HOMEROOM 209 R w I: Diane Foit Gloria Schmitz Carol Benzino Judy Perry Kathleen Gee Betsy Smith K'1renKirsehenstein Mary Anna Joyce Dombrovxski Judy Thomson. Row 2: Myrle Meyer Pat Klein. Karen Elliott Marsha Roizen, Betsy Hazelton Janine Himburg Carol Linendoll Sue Stettenbenl Marlene Dtrnley. Pat Lee. Rim' 3: Ctrol Login ty XN"ll'lCC Dtttie Bartlett Lin 'i Richardson Peggy Pempsell. Jill Jen- kins Sally Pierce M'irei'i Durr. Barb rovsn. Judy Peterson. NUI pif'I1u't'zl: Linda Neidermeyer Heather Vtoodall. . dl SMCCEIUIMI fumor Pla . 0- : " X ' ' f K , 1 ' ' , ' z Q, . L Q " i, '.' , , Z , 2 N , . . , . 4. ' , , . 2 H 2 1 .N 7 1 7 X 7 1 ' ara llil re' , el' Vzllfa , ary ' Laney, Marcia Lombardo, Janet Pa- ' Q Ji v L f xg.. . h.. L qi - a 1 , 1 z , Q ' - Q -',."z,zx a,z'a ' E ,z- .L 44 ',:.zd' , -.""I: t , . . , 1 1 X ' 1 . , . . , . , . . 6 . ll , . , 5 7 v 3 7 K 7 K 7 7 , 9 v ai 1 t e 71. , Jul . l. , u . , d. L q H H , e , L V L And Won the Magazzne Drwe MR SPITZER HOMEROOM 211 Ron I JIINCS Slowg Clrl Bltt Ron Zandgr Llrry SIHILILLI Rlchird Olcn der Ralph KuShncr Peter Shaddock Ron 2 Jlck Schrclbur Wllhlm Cnn lhcr Plul Vcrglls C1Lr1ldM1Lk Duld Mdnll Anthony F'1W'1ll George Brltty Rrm 3 Phlllp Bourm Cmorga Sk0FllPShl Dlxld Curing Donxld Wes Scl Pxul Monkdbaan John D1Dom cnlgo MR WEBER HOMEROOM 304 Row I Dunmi Rohloil Jog Mortgn Son Dim Yfxhn Don Urbln Due Colburl ld Huntlgy Pun DgMuLo Ran 2 Mutm Doutor Pxul Szyjkm Piul BITLIIQ Dunk Sglcien John Km mer Rlghud MLOXNLU Ron Ypnsxn Ran ? John Hxrly Gordonitm V1 tur Sutcr Phll Rmc VN xrrun Lxppm Luc C lrtgr Ron Lukut Nm przlmul Hxrry Dosbuf, Jlm Jung, Pala. Toth Ne.1lTurxLy Hcmy Sdmcdg Kenmth Murchison Tom Buuklgy Dlkld Blb Lock Robgrt Andgrson X me Iv 66 CLASS OF 1960 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 7-' v- 'f tx A Bob Wilcox, Trcasurerg Lindy Thompson, Presidentg Dianne Drexel, Secretaryg Ellen McNamara, Vice-Pres' ident. l Wx. j .3- Health Science is also a Sophomore prixilege, which most will admit they enjoyed, upon looking back. Here is a class of Mr. Kentner, The sophomore year of any class is always one to re- member. It is a year of adjustments and new experi- ences: a time ol' meeting many new faces and trying to remember some of the names that go with them. Our tenth graders gazed respectfully at the upperclassmen for a few weeks and then settled down to study. join actixities. and to laugh and relax in the usual carefree Amherst style. With Mr. Kentner and Mrs, Heuser. the tenth grade adyisers. exerting a guiding and restraining hand where needed. the sophomores very nearly won the magazine drive. This loss to the juniors only served to make them work harder. however. and at the close of the year they put on one ofthe ITIOSI enjoyable tenth grade parties Amherst has ever seen. We're proud of our newcomers, for they became an important part of us quickly and easily. "I g it hi une l tvster works on ters which is trathtionally re-serxed for tenth gra il Oh' Those lttelsets' One does get used to them but it t tkes the rust lew el us ot tenth ter tele to do As Sophomores we tind ourselyes seeing assem blics from .1 high yantagc point, the baleo SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL Raw I: Fllen McNamara, Barb Finlay, Lindy Thompson. Diztne Drexel, Judy Buumler. liexerly Brow n. Rini- 2: Dick lleztne. Hope MeDonnell, Lynn lzelx- hert, Betty Lock. Nancy Wilson. Tony Gioiu. Rim' 3: Peter Minieh, Jim Wil- son, Patil lfleisehuuer, Ken Linkner, lfrztnk Dilorenfo, Mark Felslxe. Autumn 1957 Brought to e f w- MR BENSON HOMEROOM 124 Run l N1 ttthexx Podwilxt Dixid Ken yon Neil Weber Riel1udBeine M ultlel Nlueinlex ldxxin Shuttleworth Kenneth Llll'lIL1H DontldC1rell Rim Rontd Lr in Dixid Thumtn Don1ldKierehtrt7 Willi un lVleAul1lle Rtndx Liinfrone John Gilbert Dtxid oriie J hn Vlilsh Rm ? XX i Klemens Weslex Hillel John Yorttti Arthur Xmos LdmundC1rihim Ron tld Witson Xineent Agro Robert Hecknmn ,JN-.A 'ma-sw 7-pam MRS BANG HOMEROOM 306 Rt it I Hope 'VleDonnell Mirilee C trr Mtrgo Brown Lindt Tdllmtn Stllv Anderson Bonnie Yoder Ntnev Henrx D rothx Div R it 2 J toeloxtx Alieit Buerger Louise Miehtel Lindt Porter lind1Thon1p son Jtnct Lntrilxen Join Sehmelzer C ttherine Irrenfel Ron 3 J telxlc Chei bro Krtren Sheppird Susan Juhl Dime Mtrkek Julie Kulberg List Sehilllte Ctrolwn Murdoek Ann Pr nel P133 it I HOMEROOM 321 Row 1 Ann Headley Sandy Lum bard Norma Klumpp Joan Brovxn Bu Brown Judy Clayton Sharon LaDuca Bev Mudd Kiren Himburg, Sue Brenon Ron 2 Sally Arber Kxren Mungall Jackie Steek Andrea Lum ney Mary Ellen Usiak Jane Connelly Sandy Dumas Eileen Murray Ginger Knapp Ron 3 Sharon Geber Linda Billane Sue Hoemke Heather Swan Sue Senz Jo'm Hoffman Sue Lucker Connie Long Sue Roesch. MISS BURGIO HOMEROOM 214 Ron J Susan Mather Judy MeTag gart Margery Feinglass Elizabeth Fago Zelda Holmes Jane Puglisi Frances Silcox Camille Prosenzo Pa trieia Vlallace Row 2 Barbara Beelke Linda Dennison Saundra Strible Anne Fribolm Patricia Bresnahan Elaine Foster Doris Walker Penny Robinson Sheila Sundgren Ron 3 Vangie Par son Marjorie Abrims Marlon Jordan Karen Gochenour Barbara Meyers Kathleen Byington Louisa Ecelbarger Marcle Smith Sandra Francis MR FESSENDEN HOMEROOM 316 Raw I: Bill Dixon Bob Murphy Jetf Cisterline, Alan Penl, Ralph Fischer, Alan Rueger, Willard Kling, James Bartel. Row 2: Dave Coffas, Jack Lang, Lee Cook, Dave Skinner, Mike Gran- do, Bob Dines, Pete Fiorella, Gary McCourt. Raw 3: Larry Neff, Terry Paas, Ray Wedekindt, Tom Potter, Doug Webster, Doug Radley, Frank DiLorenZo, Frank Schafer. Amber!! 480 Sophomoref. MISS ENEA M , . ' . V -Q ' , i , 2 MR FREY HOMEROOM 304 Raw 1 Joseph Caraxella Jim Lynch Duid Miller Michael Montgomery John Gcntlcmln Wllter Archbold lynn Pomw is George Ogden Run 2 James Wute William Phllllps Richard DeKlc1nc Nicholas Ferrer: Robert Clement David Flegier Girard Kry 'Vlolinc Lynn Wlrdour John Barit Joel Bctz Dun. Arbtr John Schrndcr Greg Miller MR HALM HOMEROOM 113 Row 1: Shaun Hicks, Michael Burns, Bill Fruehauf, Ed Peard, Dave Burrell, Peter Minich, Tony Roberts, John Mc- Clain. Row 2: Charles Holmberg, Tom Occhipinti, Gary DiBello, Charlie Cooprider, Fred Wolf, Luis Toth, Bob Croft, Tom Johnson. Row 3: Peter Eckstrom, Gary Gross, John Lilga, Bruce Wollenberg, Sam Lambert, John Hoechst, Roger Tota, Jim Merkley. El MISS GRUENER HOMEROOM 'I17 Row I Diane Dellmore Sue Dyck man Sue Gillow Marlene Cederman Mary Jane Nowak Karen Christoffel Cynthia Stewart Mary McClemens Charlene Crook Ron 2 Sandra Tracy Dime Trumln Becky Gilbert Sue Farrow Gail Krech Pat Lutwack Linda Maeder Sharon Pankow Row 3 Mary VanDyke Nancy Wilson Carole Machemer Faith Sugg Carol Anthony Kathie Owens Colleen Brennan Joyce Fullerton Donna Ezzo. . Who Became Acquamted T E21 2 , i v-ef Q? . V " rf, J waiski, EJZIDOI' Toth. Row 3: Ronald ' W f Q Q . H . X. 4 l .J to , N l . ,r 1 , D. , MRS HEUSER HOMEROOM 317 Ron 1 Judy Baumler Lynn Headley Shirley Gilliam Sharon Whitley Ce othy Long Sandra Greene Sharon bell JoAnn Russo Ron 2 Diann Cal lowhill Judith Anderson Barbara Shuck Judy Koch Carol Seay Mary Lou Sprague Linda Collins Linda Smithey Linda Villa M irgaret O Malley. Row 3: Adrienne Balk Penny Williams Cynthia Crawford Judy Payne Bctty Nash Gayle Henseler Barb'1r'i Piehler Donna Donaldson Valerie Scott. Not present: Roslyn Weiner Sandra MeTaggart. MRS HARTER HOMEROOM 115 Row I Sylyla Humbert Gail King Ellen McNamara Marilyn Sawarino Pat Ripley Mary Beth Rapp Joellen Schwartz Pat Mereurio Anne Tufts Ron 2 Jo Anne Wojtoes Judy Foster Barbara Clack Janice Burgoyne Sue Schwartz Karen Anthony Mildred Alessi Kay Hazelton Ann Hedden Ron 3 Anne Holtoff Cheryl White man Kathy Stotz Sandra Wilson Lyn Lewis Marian Comstock Rosemary Strauch Penny G nge Barbar1Gerstner MR KENTNER HOMEROOM 'I27 Row 1: John Knox John Whetstone Duncan McNeill Peter Hettig Bob Valone Mike Williams Charles Brun- skill. Ray Coniglio. Row 2: Don Miller Larry Hudson Richard Shults Lance Zepp Bill Bonner James Hinehlitfe Bill Demopoulos Ken Gibson Paul Pirk. Row 3: Robert Leader Ken Linkner Charles Weiss John Johnson David Mietus. Robert James Alan Gretch Bill Maratta David Kleeman. zn cz Few Short Weekr . I, ,' 0 ' ' , i 9 Y . ' , i , . . .. ' , , , 9 A. .fl 9 , , . . .. , , ' - . , y C , ' , V . , 2,2 . i . . , I. , , . ,. S I ' . .. , ,. , - Celia Lehner, Nancy Killhetler, Dor- ' x ' , 1 1 xi 1 I B ' , . , - X V , . . . , . , i I A , 1 1 Y V H ' Y t tr , 1 . , - , 1 r y - , f P, 5 ' x , ' 1 - 1, L '- 1 , L 7 L S . , . , , '- 1 a 1 K , , . , . , , xy , L , 7 L S 9 ii S , , , , , , , Y X, 1. L 7 9 MISS MAXWELL HOMEROOM 'II9 Row 1 Paula Amato P1trlC1aSlodden Barbara DeM1nn Lrnda Wxlglte Janet Webber Vrrgrmt Hutchmson Bobette Rlfenberg Sharon Bauer Susan Wllson Jean Lesser Row 2 Sue Sturgeon Stlly Ann Ely Beverly Bowers Sharon Barley Pat Cypress Betty Lock Ch lrlotte Heckmann Ctrol Foster Shlron Funk Sandra Meyers Ron 3' Shella Shtplro Ktthy Mullen Gwendolyn Ptge Mxrera Hornburg JoAnn Bernhmrdt Mlrgiret Englert Ana' Enjoyed az F ourzylom 'NUI MR SCHICK HOMEROOM 313 Ron I Thomls Jams Glenn Wood vtorth Gary Gordan Louls Batt xgllx Andrew Greelev Wlllldm Knudson Duld Peele Run 2 Thomas Thomp son John Wxlker Ted Burrows Glrv Gummerson Jxmes Deeker Rrchtrd Roth John Dutka Ron 3 Thomas Grelner Robert Chrnstensen Peter Wrlllxmson J xmesSm1th Leroy Nflom, Alfred Flessel Lxrry Sehleeter Bruce Hollenback MR ROWLAND HOMEROOM 315 Ran I Angelo Costtnzo Ctrl Klein Tlmothw Faux Frederlcle Utech DlV1d Johnson Gerxld Hutt John Rowell Dougl 15 Humbcrt Ron 7 Robert Rly Pxul Hlrrlson Ronald Seller Atron Hornung Rrehlrd Btrleer Jnmes Gllehrlese Hxrry Dleleerson Robert Green Ron 3 Dlylll Glunz Rlehtrd Wedekmdt Denms Frey Gary Bun budge -Xlex Haase Earl WllSOI1 Thom ts Rem foplaomore Year MISS WALDOW HOMEROOM 212 Ron I Kity Doherty C'1rol Grour Janiuc Wciblun Mirilue Cirpentgr Bonnig Minky Sue Gates Bnrbira Gcruius Shirluy Puttiuk Ron 2 Judy Buerly Ellgn Krametz Nlirianne Vinliurek Miuhril Vincent Nincy Kruggr Miurcen Reilly Carol Ku koda Run ? Sue Durkin Ruth Tuch min Nanny Dow Loretta Leone Sue Ffixlanger Mary K Santmire Mary Ann Zuzzn Shnila Carroll 1-,... AQ MR UNGERER HOMEROOM 312 Ren I C.1rlEhm.1nn Slug Wbluh Frbd Himlin Birry Andrus Janus Thompson Dick Kubli Jim Blau Rau 7 Ed Schroeter Lynn Hirtlby How 1rd Hutton Jim Wilson Kim Lims Pete Hauschka Bob Hmks Ed Clark Ron 3 Ed Wienancl Bruu Vlansart Frank Schabcl P11 Lyons Jim Scheelur John Gondcr Piul Dui m 154 Charles Girard MR WILKENS HOMEROOM 325 Raw 1: Russell Runnalls, Robert Gaus, Jerry Cumpston, Daxid Osborne, Paul Wcycr, Girard Lucore, Stcxcn Sackctt, Raw 2: Jim Davies, Vernon Rushing, Bill M11cNcill, Armand Goycttc, Phill Bangsberg, Bob Ackley, Frank Sinatra. Row 3: Ron Miller, Dan Boll, Bob Merritt. Joe Caggiano, Mark Fclskc. Ken Bochmann. One ot' our sophomores, Lonnie Baker, attends Am- herst at home via a home-school telephone system. By using this machine and a speaker, which is carried from class to class, she is able to participate in and listen to the class discussions and lessons. DON 'sv All Wax Not Routine Six countries were represented in our stu- dent body this year. From left to right are Pat Moore from Canada, Jo Giudici from Italy, Aram Kevork Kutyan from Turkey, Anita Lindh from Sweden, Linda Billane from England, and Helena Guvusy from Greece. .lo and Helena represented their countries under the American Field Serv- ice plan, while the other students studied and lived with relatives or friends in the community. --' The Home Economics depart- "f ment offered a unit in family liv- V ing for the boys' course during QGGdk..x, .. xl: f. -.., first semester. Shown here with their little pupils are David Drouse, Paul Pirk, Don Trudell, .lim Colvin, Glen Woodworth, Harry Dosbergg in the back row: Jerry Pawlowski, Dennis Frey, Bruce Fowler, Ron Eckhert. ACTIVITIES X49 W S E . 2.1 :M w.i'.f.j. ,. " "2 D' "f .- ..us ll lf' u tb l O A "7 H X 7 HALL OF FAME , il bun 1"'f-"1.'slf9"'llQ 'gg-1 " ".":,1 W'-4. 7 Jerome Brown Exceptuonal FTA aud Peggy Davus All round school cutuzen Jan Decker Good basketball player N James Dessert Reluable Hu Y leader 5 Judy Anderson Wullung worker on class and operetta commuttees Raven Askun Musucuan outstandung un several fields Lee Backus Tops un academuc achuevement dramatucs publuc speakung George Basul Edutor of Newspaper Club hugh academuc and dramatuc accomplushment Aaron Bullowutz Good student cooperatuve un many actuvttues Carol Dobues Fune vocalust Margot un The Desart Song g, Donald Downs Orchestra concertmaster leader un several actuvutues 'aff Jan Dyckman Keen sense of humor good student Bookstore manager I ci? saZ7 ' Raymond Foley Junuor class presudent Lewus Gee Tatler Edutor officer un many organuzatuons Betty Gorenho Quuet and efficuent worker on Student Councul Marue Hardun Servuce un homeroom and on Truad staff exceptuonal FTA aud Stephen Hauschka Actuve un musuc publuc speakung Robert Hoeldtke Leader un several actuvutues Sue Hurtug Good student capable actuvutues worker 4 ,Q . Ted Jacobs All round student Donald Kleunbub Bookstore worker jolly af f' .f X rn si?-r 'N V ' Davud Larson Studuous and musucal junuor Ellen Kuehner Assustance on Truad staff and un homeroom Duane Levutsky Wullung and elhcuent worker on numerous commuttees vp- Davud Lundstrom Contrubutor par excellence to Tarltr Puerre un The Desert Song hugh scholar shup Sally Manske Tower Edutor school servuce Sandra Nelson Truad Edutor Ted Osborn Taller staff led organuzatuon of Quull and Scroll summer exchange un Swutzerland f-- John Paeplow All round athletuc abuluty capable student Wulma Puper Known for uce skatung abuluty Marue Robullard Musucuan fauthful lubrary assustant 1. X Gall Rueger Efficuent worker on Tower cellust Sandra Schall Hugh scholarshup desugner and paunter of operetta scenery gurls sports Q. I' K Marcua Scott Summer exchange un Austrua Rosuta Scheske After school lubrary assustant Fred Seudl Football co captaun dependable and all round parttcupatuon un athletucs qu F 4 14 Q, Joseph Valenta Student Councul presudent 5' 1 Sandra Wulcox Assustance on Truad staff and un homeroom exceptuonal FTA aud 'th as vim 1, 'Ya 'Magi-J ' ls ' Elaune Wrught School servuce -r 1 W 125 fic .. 51? '-- 'av .4 James Wuner Scuence awards Stage Crew leader ng., 'Vs ,R if fxu IM' Q :Y 'L 1 -L .z'H'-r'2h.'c"'3i':"5 id" ' 't - - " " Kd! 1' X! L 'v U' du O l-l .4 3 8 ft? Q' 7 5 .Ps-ft - " ' ' ,A 6 WM, it . - . . y . . ,-1 .,,V .pix-4:3 1 . . . . . . Es - ru- ' Y' ' . . t 1 . . , , ' , ...I-4 Y .. ' , , fl: A35-gt" s,-r. ,A - I . I - D ' at ff J 'z' W - 'Leif-' - if - 9 8.1 , . xl.: - - f A 4 . - . . , . 1 ,A E i 1 , . V . . . , gf l f . , . . :H ' - ' ' I. F 'IS' J 2 . T Q , - I l - . ,Ast ' T - . . f Q tffno 1 - I . .I 5 ws' . - , . .. 1.5: --his 1 - 1' u ' ' ...N if A 1 . Tl f .. 'H .L M.. "1 ' Q . 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X .f' : 4, 5,5 fy l , xy , , 4 - -4., yi N .g A - ' 'r ' iii "1 ' ' , Y' , X X - 'ri-'f 'Sr' ' 5444 Q ' Frei 3:5 'i x 'Ii - J' N N x ' 0 ' - ,f va. of - 1 f X, fy J -:H-' - , A S2 f .5 Ss -T . .L s I I P Ersii.-gsm o Q ' I -" vu 9' ' A: vs' . ' P . .fs : k-, . , , n 'tn '."'.' ' 1.3" ,-- u 't.'u' '71 '. "rw vk 'l-'.. ','- 'l---' -' ' -Lv- - ' - - 3 . - , - 0 -. . - " - ,v -f ' ' O 76 EXECUTIVE BOARD Row 1: Caryl Kellner, Ted Meier, Joe Valenta, Judy Wal- lace, Betty Gorenfio. Row 2: Sharon Greene, Peter Minich, Ron Pellman, Lewis Gee, Terry Bodewes, Ray Foley, Marcia Scott, Larry Davis. Um' Governing Body L the Student Council With the end of the 1957-58 school year, the Stu- dent Council marked one of its most active years under the skillful guidance of Mrs. Husband and and Mr. Rosenberry. The annual magazine drive in early fall proved to be quite successful for the Council which gained a grand total of 5400. The second year of Amherstls participation in the foreign exchange student program of the American Field Service Organization saw an Ital- ian student named Giovanni Giudici provide ACHS with a primary source of European culture and character. In conjunction with this program, the Council sponsored two students, Marcia Scott and Ted Osborn, who spent the summer of their junior year in Europe. Among the other important events in the Stu- dent Council's year were a Christmas party, a Variety Show in the Spring, and the annual Sports Day. Activities were planned and supervised by the executive board consisting of officers, committee heads, and class representatives. This group met every seventh hour under the direction of Joe Valenta, President, Peggy Davis, Vice-President, Judy Wallace, Secretary, and Ted Meier, Treas- urer. HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES fssi L- .. -. g I an 1'- f. Rf' 6' .:"' , I+: w f 5' .N . , c., , - N P .El3'1vLS7,, M at ,1 4, X .nfl f I ' -' L f"' ' l l' 11. 5 ' t v Row 1: Barbara Findlay, Lynn Eckhert, Lynda Clark, Betty Gorenllo, Mary Cook, Susan Stetten- benz, Judy Baulmer, Joyce DeWein, Beverly Brown, Barbara Tufts, Mary Laney, Diana McMahon, Sharon Greene. Row 2: Al Pezoldt, Faith Sugg, Rosemary Strauch, Caryl Kellner, Sandy Straley, Sherry Greene, Dick Beane, Dave Miller, Betty Lock, Hope McDonnell, Kathy Shields, Carolyn Cook. Row 3: Joe Valenta, Frank DiLorenzo, Jim Wilson, Tony Gioia, Toby McLeod, Bruce Fowler, Dave Ammerman, Henry Schwede, Hal Gay, Pat Ryan, Jan Dyckman, Marcia Scott. ami" ,v ,l Q- 255 v , ff Donald Downs Presldent Gall Rueger VICE Presldent Barbara Tufts Secretary Robert Hoeldtke Treasurer Jan Dyckman Store Manager Donald Klelnbub ASSISIHHI Manager Mr Arthur Schuchardt Sponsor 77 Seholarfbzp Leaderybm Cl9dV6lCl61Q tfewice. . THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY B. Q A Rowl Bob Hoeldtke Barbara Tufts Donald Downs Gall Rueger Mr Schuchardt Row 2 Sharon Greene Gerry Spangler Jean Andrews Karen Krestlc Sue Fowler Nancy Long Sandra Kramer Ann Demmm LOIS Crltoph Raven ASKID Elalne Wrlght Dlane Levltsky Row 3 Ted Osborn Sally Manske John Knapp Phll Balley Donald Klelnbub Rlck Ganter Jlll Gerry Judy Anderson Sandra Skldmore Judy Jenklns Rosemarle Forstner Row4 George Basll Arthur Ollver Doug Thledeman Davld Llndstrom Jan Dyckman Karl Schroeder Jlm Dessert Jlm Lansdowne Gall Osborn Pat Wlcker Row 5 Lucllle Graczyk Joe Valenta Reggle Cleveland LCWIS Gee Byron Helnz Steve Hausclka Lee Backus Ted Jacobs Aaron Blllowltz AnnO Nell Janlce Thompson NATIONAL Membershlp ln the Amherst chapter of the Natlonal MONOR SOUETY Honor SOClCty represents thls school s hlghest academlc achlevement In order to be consldered for membershlp ln the Honor SOCICIY a student must malntaln a B aver age ln hls final 3C3dCmlC marks durlng nlnth tenth and eleventh grades The ellglble students are asked to complete an HCIIVIIICS chart The sponsors of these ac IIVIIICS and the classroom teachers evaluate the student s partlclpatlon ln the actlvlty or class An awards com mlttee studles these evaluatlons and selects the mem bers upon the basls of thelr past record and potentlal contrlbutlons to the group group serves Amherst L L . . , 'l v , , . , . . I , 9 - 1 a 1 w a 1 a a - -' s a Q H s v Q a . 1 w I ' " Q a 1 l 1 v s ' s Q - -I I 5 v . 9 . , ' h , l . 1 v A s v s a s ' s I . . , . w I . ' a 5 . . ' 9 OFFICERS Many lmportant functlons are conducted by the Honor SOClCty throughout the school year Among them are the operatlon ofthe school supply store whose proceeds are used for the SOCICIY s scholarshlps the malntalnance ofthe scholarshlp file and the award lng of Honor Roll plaques and certlflcates Wlth the asslstance of Mr Schuchardt every member of the OUR EDITORS The senlors who worked on thls year s TOWER met last September not knowlng the dlfference be tween a prellmlnary dummy and a t1p1n It was only after months of exammlng other yearbooks and workmg on the new one that the staff mem bers felt competent at their jobs lt wlll be a long tlme before our editors forget the memories and frustratlons of posmg those large group plctures seemg those perfect scenes wlthout a photographer to snap them and trymg to meet the mevltable deadlmes -"" However the year was not all hard work and well never forget the thrill and awe that we felt upon seemg the yearbook ln front of us and real 1z1ng that It was the result of our combmed efTorts K1 if X Gall Rueger Mr Spltzer and Sally Manske planned and edlted the book Edltor 1n chlef Assxstant Edltor Busmess Manager AdVCI'tlSlI1g Manager Subscrlptlon Manager Photography Edrtor Art Edltor Glrls Sports Editor Boys Sports Edrtor ACIIVIIICS Edxtor Senior Section Edltor Asslstant Typmg Editor Fred Seldl Judy Anderson George Basil and Teddy Dltslous ASSlSt31'lt worked on actlvltles Not pzctured Marianne Mlller Advlger Sally Manske Gall Rueger Ted Jacobs Sandle Skldmore Rlck Ganter Mary Mmtzas Pat Wehle Judy Anderson Fred Seldl George Basll Marlanne Mlller Teddy DIISIOUS Gerry Spangler Royanne Presley Mr Clarence Spltzer ,E 'Xi 219' Mary Ellen Mmtzas and Patty Wehle were busy with the photog raphy and art work 78 Sandra. Skldmore Ted Jacobs and Rnek Ganter were In charge of the h na nccs . . , -cz' 5 2334 . - r E25 J - - - ,stir . . . 1, 4 4 9 , ' , 3 I - sw 'tl' 5 . s 1 ' ' 4 . . - 11 . . . . , ' A x X an A , ' Q 1 at S ' 9 ' 1' 'rt " 1- ': . . . . 1. Q. 5 ,Q ' K Q ' M -W ' ' ' 1 - - ' 1 2' 4--- . Q2-Si 'ar 5 ' .fj WZ' . ' , ' , . . K . W l K JN A x . . . . . 9 v l 1 . V 5321 . E V il .r gf J f ' A C r 47 T -+ -. 1 P f V.- . 1 f ,... A A 7? . , ' XI- ,4 V E - . N . 5 , 4 , ' :A 7' .of ' ' V X ...e Q, T . f Q7 Vg s . At ' M . 's ' 1 '. , 1 f ' 1 1 , , -s 'ru 'Z SUBSCRIPTION STAFF TYPING STAFF if Nfl fl! I f r l Row 1: Marlene Comardo, Sherry Greene, Beatrice Behr: ' c 1 ' 1 I Bookbinder, Bette Greene, Nancy Testa, Elaine Haas, Kare Row 2: Gayle Tcrwilligcr, Kathy Kubala, Betty Gorenfic Behrens, Roy Ann Presley, Chris Sperduto, Sandy Straley Ditsious. Row 3: Marcia Scott, Sally Amos, Jill Gerry, Anderson, Judy McLean, Rosalind Wesson, Judy Ebberts, Dobson. ADVERTISING STAFF Q7 YL? Ravin Askin J W Row 1: RoyAnn Presley, Marcia Behrens, Gerry Spangler, Mar- lene Comardo, Janice Decker. Row 2: Lucille Graczyk, Sue Smith, Bebe Behrens, Nancy Long. x 79 Row I M wrlend Skidmore, Bon: ' a Davis Faith D1 pherd I:liine Wright. Faith Deeb, Marcia nna Ellet, Theodora ucille Graczyk, Judy 1 Goldberg, Marjorie Cindy Theiss, Anne 1 oe Behrens, Sandy y Berry. Row 2: i dy Ebberts, Larry kman. Hi ,Q , nf. ' ' fs? 2 Q 0 X I ,g ,f Kal, XID f 1 A, .,,i l WJ? J A journalist, like a newspaper waiting to go to press, ean't rest quietly. He chews on apples brought up from the Student Union by a fellow stall' member, eatnaps in study halls, studies sporadically, and just manages to make it to classes on time. lt's a rugged way of life, but every tive weeks there is the same reward for the student who has put time and effort into making the TATLER a success, The paper comes out, and everyone reaches for it. Then he watches the interest of others, interest that he has brought. For Tbofe Who EXECUTIVE STAFF Sealed: Jim Lansdowne, Dave Lindstrom, Velda King, Barbara Brown, Steve Hauschka, Gwen Rich. Sramiing: Lewis Gee, Ted Osborn. Editor-in-Chief News Editor Feature Editor Business Manager Sports Editor Circulation Manager Photography Editor Executive Secretary Exchange Manager Adviser ',', f . Q. Lewis Gee Ted Osborn Linda Leininger Dave Lindstrom Steve Hauschka Jim Lansdowne Barb Brown Velda King Sally McCollum Mrs. Janette Atkinson rn In , ,t N. xy '- . . 1 . . . GENERAL STAFF 'W' I Sealed: Barbara Fruehauf, Beverly iw 3 . , Brown, Mary Ellen Bernhardt, Anne ' hrs fi L+ 'Mill' q t Mosher, Shirley Ellis, Faith Deeb, Judy McLean. Slamling: Sally McCollum, V' Anne Rinebolt, Ken Eckhert, Ted 57 Jacobs, Peter Hauschka, Sue Philputt, Jean Smith. .1- t Wzkb to Wrz'te. . EXECUTIVE STAFF Editor Sandy Nelson Business Manager Marilynn Wicker Art Editor Sandi Ringle Typing Editor Sharon Finnucan General Kathy Kubala Assistant Editor Pat Wehle Adviser Mrs. Mildred Meese Kathy Kubala, Sandi Ringle, Vivian Holder, Mrs. Meese, Adviser, Sandy Nelson, Sandy Reigelman, Sharon Finucan, Marilyn Wicker, Pat Wehle. ART STAFF Row 1: Susan Schwartz, Lucille Graczyk, Nancy Griffin, Pam Riley, Vivian Holder, Pat Bresnahan, Sally McCollum, Donna StoneclitT. Row 2: Margo Schroeder, Susan Farrow, Penny Gage, Heather Woodall, Louisa Ecelbarger, Carolyn Spiesz, Julie Kulberg, Jan Entriken, Ann Hedden, Linda Tallman, Joellen Schwartz. Amherst's anthology of student literature, the TRIAD, received a new faculty ad- viser, Mrs. Mildred Meese. Under her guidance, Editor Sandy Nelson and her staff produced an excellent issue of their publication which was distributed in the spring. Prose, poetry, and plays are the three types of literature which form the cornerstone of TRIAD material. As usual, the best in Amherst's literature from stu- dents in the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades was represented in this year's edi- tion along with contributions from the Junior High School. GENERAL STAFF Row I: Barb Clack, Sarah Dunn, Barbara Hilbrecht, Joan Brown, Ruth Craig, Sally Sheila Car- roll, Mary Lou Sprague, Janice Brockway. Row 2: Diane Del, Judy Baumler, Pat Cypress, Chris Pezoldt, Mary Laney, Kathy Doherty, Sharon Bailey, Beverly Brown, Mary Beth Rapp, Georgia Manas, Shirley Ellis, Helen Valleau. Row 3: Doris Walker, Colleen Brennan, Kathy Stoter, Janice Burgoyne, Lyn Levis, Joan Schmelzer, Ellen Kuehner, Gail Farmer, Lana Anderson, Linda Clarke, Lucille Graczyk. Marie Hardin. Karen Anthony, Lindy Thompson. NEWSPAPER CLUB Each Thursday a summary of the week's news at AC HS appears in the local paper, "The Amherst Beef' under the heading of "Am- herst Central Activities." The preparation of this col- umn rests with the staff of the Newspaper Club under the direction of librarian Mrs. Ealean Hannel and editor-in-chief, George Ba- sil. This organization not only gives students basic experience in high school journalism, but it also oiTers an opportunity to develop their creative abilities. 'QM Sealed: Barry Shalit, Linda Mohr, Mrs. Hannel, Sponsor, George Basil, Elaine Wright, Max Malkoff. Standing: Judy Rich, Sue Schwartz, George Brown, Lee Backus, Barry Knox, Marie Robillard, Louisa Ecelbarger, Margot Hazen. QUILL AND SCROLL Row I: Ted Osborn, Gwen Rich, Sharon Finucan, Gail Rueger, Sandy Nelson, Bev Brown, Linda Mohr, Peggy Davis, Joe Va- lenta. Row 2: Sandy Wilcox, Barb Brown, Anne Rineboldt, Mari- lyn Wicker. Row 3: Pat Wehle, Sally Manske, Kathy Kubala Judy Goldberg. Row 4: Fred Seidl, Lewis Gee, Ted Jacobs George Basil, David Lindstrom, Jim Lansdowne. a Q 71' i vfll rm -:si F yfg .' il . - xg 5 1, ', 351 -. ,xhrr . iY - - 5--4:3 -.3 . ...- iq gy, . ..,-- rl, - ' ix, ', '. ff-'-ffzih ' .QQ , r.. ,J ' ,. JA' gi-,. ,,,f.,:-' - Amherst's highest literary honor is membership in the National Quill and Scroll Society. The group is composed of honor students who are recom- mended by faculty sponsors of the schoolfs lit- erary groups, Tower, Tatler, Triad, Tale of Two Tigers, and the Newspaper Club. Quill and Scroll, in keeping with its purpose to promote high school journalism here at ACHS, undertook to widen its scope by including several new functions. High- lighting the years program was the second of the annual Press Banquets which was held in Spring. Mrs. Atkinson, new faculty adviser, was ably aided by officers Ted Osborn, President, Gwen Rich, Vice-President, Peggy Davis, Secretary, and Joe Valenta, Treasurer. POETRY CLUB Making its first appearance upon the Am- herst extra-curricular scene this year was the Poetry Club. This creative organiza- tion is composed of senior high students who wish to improve their skills with poet- ry through reading, study, and actual writing. The group began its year by studying the simple couplet and pro- gressed through the months to harder forms such as the sonnet. The study ofthe theory of poetry proved to be quite inter- esting and valuable to the club members, not only in club activities, but also in their English classf Row l: Vivian Holder, Raven Askin, Gini Kiebzak, Joyce Hummel. Raw 2: Peter Wolf, Henry Schwede, Steve Hauschka, Heather Woodall, Mrs. Meese. Row 1: Eleanor Brichta, Vivian Holder, Gini Kiebzak, Mrs. Meese. Row 2: Joyce Hummel, Henry Schwede, Sally Pierce. SCRIBBLERS The Scribblers, under the capable spon- sorship of Mrs. Meese, is an organization devoted to creative writing. More specih- cally the club's purpose is to better the writing skills of its members. Once every two weeks, the Scribblers met to read in- dividual papers for appreciation and con- structive criticism. The most important event of the club's year was the joint Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Meese with the Poetry and Debate clubs featuring a special program presented by certain members of each group. Officers for this year were Steve Hauschka, presi- dent, Henry Schwede, vice president, and Vivian Holder, secretary. KY' PTH" . It S e-lieie eff!-f'T . .- J-H3 -s"'i' i'T i N fffz- .,f'.. x . . 'af' Q X - uh . A wvf.,,.f, .-.. .f.,. I U t . .-.fngxyxfesiltl W 'Il ' ' -i . +-1 . , e .Q L-afaug - 4' 1 l i . flex 1, 5 1-1, ,Mgt N V l . ' if T - iii 1 if lgmxlgif l y lf l ift Ji ' ' W ' if 'tid' i 0' l l ll It Wt ll J! 1 4 ' . .' , ' I 1 V ' ' . 'I ' 1 ' 'N , ' 1, 1 fdlq , . i i X ,, ' i , . .X ' ltqg V I' ig ,H xg f ' f .xl 4 lw 'fw L-- hL il i lt. 6 l , lu ,H f ll 11-1-2. A .- i V ,X 4 , BAND ORCHESTRA MUSICAL ORGANIZATIONS Row 1: Al Pezoldt, Bex Brown, Burney Croll. John Whetstone, Barb Broun, Wayne Fricke. Raw 2: Chuck Turner, John Rowell, Norma Klumpp, Mary Van Dyke. Bill Ginther, Mike Montgomery, Pat Gilliam, Karen Krestic, Shirley Gilliam. Raw 3: James Mcrkley. Bruce Nothmann. Janet Webber. Peter Hauschka. Anton Bueschen. John Pattersfn. Judy Perry. Karl Schroeder. Daxid Kleeman. Robert Merritt. Carolyn Spiesi. Row 4: Gail Osborn, LCC Carter, Jan Dyeltman. Al Ansuini, Joe Martinelli, Christine Pefoldt, Warren Lappin. Rim' lf Don Downs, Marie Robillard. Dick Shien, Valerie Scott. Row 2: Tom Lang. Joanna Ellett. Anne Tufts, Penny Gage, Sue Dyckman. Judy Jenkins, Barb Brown. Row 3: Ben Prisanzano, Margie Abrams, Carol Ann Balcer, John Patterson, Tony Bueschen, Karen Krestic, Douglas Radley. Row 4: Al Ansuini, Jan Dyckman, Gail Osborn. 84 Row I: Bill Taylor, Sue Dyckman, Pat Hunt, Judy Thompson, Judy Jenkins. Row 2x Doug Radley, Sue Kahn, David Larson, Bonnie Harbison, Fred Seidl, Jean Lesser, Tom Cogswell, Nancy Kilheffer, Al Flessel. Raw 3: Gordon Ferm, Tom Hallick, Dave York, Larry Hudson, Dick Bian. Dick Skillman, Sue Leslie, Bruce Hollenbach. Row 4: Charles Cooprider. Rim- lf Judy Anderson, Don Wcsscl, Gail Ruegcr, Stew Hausuhka. Row 2' Bex Brovx n, Al Pemldt, Wayne l rieke. Harb Tufts. Tom Noell. R1m',?,' Daxe Larson. Bruce Hollenbach. Sue Leslie, Dick Skillman. Carol Meyers, l leanor Brychta, Rim 4: Charles Cooprider, Bill Phillips. Ruth Truhp. Roger Nlilks. Andrea Lumney. 85 A CA PPELLA CHOIR Row 1: Elaine Wright, Georgia Manos, Sandra Nelson. Karen Kirshenstein, Sandra Kramer, Sandra Fegley, Susan Fowler. Susan Smith, Karen Krestic. Row 2: Suzanne Richter, Martha Harlem. Linda Livingston, Sue Hurtig, Carol Dobeis. Janice Thompson, Janet Steen. Royann Presley, Thomas Jackson, Peter Sturgeon. Row 3: Barbara Hilbreeht, Betty Gorenlio. Doris Gisel, Heather Woodhall, Rosemarie Forstner, Kay Berry, Rosalind Wesson. Elaine Braun, Marybeth Lahr. Robert Laskie, Donald Wallace, Jimmy Thompson. Row 4: Paul Cook, David Lindstrom, Henry Schwede. Hal Gay. Al Landreville. Bill McGovern, Robert Anderson. Sidney Winter, Lee Backus. Harry Dosberg. SENIOR MIXED CHOIR Raw If Virginia Eyres. Judy Thompson. Susan Gelton. Pat Cypress. Ellen McNamara. Sue Gillow, Ann Hedden, Karen Elliott. Cynthia Theiss. Gail Chamberlain. Row 2: Sue Farrow, Barbara Shuck. Sheila Lundgren, Lynn Headley. Lindy Thompson, Lynn Lewis. Sue Luelter. Shala Osgood. Judy Anderson. Helen Guy usy. Row 3: Ellen Krametf. Sue Hemplte. Sandra Meyers. Sue Philptitt, Pat Nleforniiek. Marsha Hornburg, Ann Schober. Pat Lub- bers. Miehael Cohen. Bernie Croll. Jim Wilson. Rim 4: Ruth Tuekman. Lana Anderson, Carol Maehemer. Vir- ginia Coon, Mary Bitler. Larry Netf, James Smith. Tom Potter, Angelo Costanzo, Bill Maratta. Jim Waite. Row I: Joyce DeWein, Raven Askin, Lois Critoph, Beverly Eaton, Sue Shepherd, Linda Eddy, Betty Schriver, Linda Leininger, Shirley Ellis. Row 2: Peter Minich, Kathy Kelly, Carol Myers, Wilma Piper, Bonnie Bitner, Cynthia Blake, Linda Mohr, Elaine Haas, Martha Tallman. Row 3: David Coad, Larry Davis, Ken Eckhert, Nancy Griffin, Mary Ellen Bernhardt, Judy Goldberg, Judy Anderson, Vivian Holder, Carolyn Cook, Judy Turner, Sarah Dunn. Row 4: Churchill McCall, Dennis Garvey, Mike Fried, Calvin Starz, Richard Wilhelm, Dale Rosenberry, Gerry Farrow, John Casciani, Paul Barclay, Allen Larwood, Jerry Ford. S.- W Row 1: Barbara Fullerton, Sandy Stock, Cecelia Lehner, Barbara Clark, Marilee Carr, Mary Jane Nowak, Diane Rogers, Beverly Mudd, Linda Neidermeyer, Susan Gates. Row 2: Janice Burgoyne, Rosemary Strauch, Margot Hazen, Judy Foster, Ardis Simpson, Betty Lock, Fredda Pfeller, Jan Entriken, Jackie Sleek, Sheila Carroll, Diane Drexel, Elizabeth Gilbert. Row 3: Ray Braun, Bill Bonner, Dave Coffas, Mike Grando, Edward Banke, George Ogden, Russell Runnalls, Carolyn Murdoch, Nancy Dow, Sue Lenz, Lisa Schillke, Colleen Brennan, Paulette Schwartzrock. Row 4: David Smith, Dave Cook, Larry Woods, John Johnson, Lynn Hartley, Dick Barber, Jim Lynch, Ed Peard, Sue Juhl, Annette Gilliana, Sandra Francis, Faith Sugg, STRING QUARTET Donald Downs. Nittric Robil Iatrd. DL5DLllL1wv6SSCl.SICXC Httttschlxtt. Y' 1 if CAMPUS QUINTET AI Pcfoltil. AI Ansuini. Ttmy Bucsuhcn. Tod Jacobs. Bob lltvcltllkc. C7 COLOR GUARD Betsy Smith. Bztrh Broun. Kttthy Shiultix. Pat Lcc. Shtrlcy Ellis. GIRLS CHORUS up S.-pf zu I Sl lli Oxgo ummm Bllllkl L H NX I L lm YIITIL Lump 0 lm xl mn L xx L L L PM 1 Q Sxmlw Rmglk Sxmlx Sn X Xmlru X imlu blu BOYS GLEE CLUB W Us Bgllx Nu ull: gn L ll 1. U X U x 1 L X 1 N Suu Ll llm X hu f 0 l lx QX L u lll L ul mwn lxLmC1.1llmm 1 l 1 l l 0 ' 0 f S f ,N , . " ' , S ' I' , sxfh ' i Q ,L , , 1 L, U, , , . xx V 4 "A, -1 I R1 ' I imlu lxllly. Cglrwwlyrm Blume. Cklrulyn I.cl1r, Nlurlcnc ilvrwmralo. Ciill Jerry. Q14 1 3 ml B l' ' l vis Crm 1 ll, But H Smtll. Shir!-5 l,llis. R 2' Bs 1 V Al 'Vit .Judy ' ld h"g. C5 llll llx 'i .SL1'Rlkl1l'r.Rl 'X' lzlumc lirg1Lln..lc1u Walla: ', ,H V ' j -, .1 u I wk Gull C'l111mbcrl.1m, lN1zu'Y Bltlcr. Cllrul Duhcix. Mary lllcn BCI'DllLlI'kll. Jud, I llcr, ' 4 Y S' ll K- l.kl1-rI.Rf+ I Cicrry l.1rrmx, Ci 'I'I'j l'Ul'xl. C mig USD rmull. .- ll'1 Lllrx lv ul. Dum Irullcll. lhul l!.1rpl.1y.S1lncy Nmluri Q - - XNV.:1, . f lw Rf sl I B b N . ml ll1:'r5 N -ll. XVI K 'llury L l.15 Ml. lx, K A-.71 XlLN.lI'll.lI'.l. NNW ,. , ' " . PRODUCTION STAFF Producer-Musical Director Walter E. Reitz Stage Director Stuart Beebe Dance Director Isabel Husband Technical Director Morton Klayman Associate Musical Director Frederick Kopp Costume Design Eleanora Hildebrand House Manager John Krestic Stage Crew Supervision Donald Reimann Stage Manager James Winer Show Pianist Joseph Pendolino Lighting David Zierk Student Director Suzanne Richter fnklhhmjwwm mfDMmUami THE DESERT CAST Sid El Kar Gerry Ford Hadji Calvin Starz Neri Rosalind Wesson Benjamin Kidd Gerald Farrow Capt. Paul Bruce Hilbrecht Margot Carol Dobeis General Birabeau Lee Backus Pierre Birabeau David Lindstrom Susan Elaine Braun Edith Lois Critoph Azuri Barbara Karcher Ali Ben Ali Lawrence Woods Clementina Rosemarie Forstner Mindar Dennis Garvey Hassi Lawrence Davis Lt. La Vergne Kenneth Eckhert Sergeant De Boussac William McGovern UNDERSTUDIES Sid El Kar Michael Fried Benjamin Kidd Burney Croll Capt. Paul William McGovern Pierre Birabeau John Johnson Margot Lois Critoph Susan Patricia McCormick Edith Joyce DeWein Azuri Cynthia Blake Clementina Heather Woodall Dqlbartment Combined EFOTII to Produce SONG it -fi' THESPIANS Row I Rosalind Wesson, Chris Pezoldt Lee Backus, Elaine Wright Karen Sheppard. Row 2 .line Miller, Jerry Brown, Lani Anderson, George Basil, Al Ansuini, Daxe McGill, Don Kleinbub. Lindy Thompson. fame Studenty Stud The dramatic arts at ACHS have for many years centered around the school's chapter ofthe Na- tional Thespian Society under the capable direc- tion of Mr. Klayman. Membership in this organ- ization is honorary and requires that candidates must earn a certain number of points accumulated through participation in dramatic activities. Entrance into Thespians is usually preceeded by a period of apprenticeship as an AMARD tdrama spelled backwardsl. This year the Thespians con- 5 ox AMARDS Raw 1: Linda Mohr, Margo Brown, Chris Pezoldt, Nancy Long, Sally Anderson, Linda Eddy, Janet Weber, Phyllis Hen- rich. Raw 2: Jan Entriken, Val- erie Scott, Sue Schwartz, Andrea Lumney, Faith Deeb, Mary Ellen Mintzas, Ann Headley. Row 3: Karen Sheppard, Gerry Brown, Heather Woodall, Pat Lee, Pat Bresnalian, Lindy Thompson, .-'xl Ansuini. Dramatic Arty. . ducted an energetic program of theater parties, readers' theater meetings, and guest speakers. The year's activities were headlined by the annual Thespian plays in Spring and a farewell party in June. Members also were given the task of form- ing the Makeup and Properties committees for The Desert Song. The ofhcers were: Lee Backus, President, George Basil, Vice-Presidentg Carol Dobies, Secretaryg Gerry Farrow, Treasurer, and Rosalind Wesson, Historian. T- 1 ,Ll-. fs BIOLOGY CLUB Row I: Sheila Shapiro, Lisa Schillke, Pat wicker, Pat sion 3 den, Linda Porter, Frank Sina tra. Row 2: Bruce I-Iollenback Dave Miller, Nancy Boda, Donna Ezzo, Lynn Eckhert, Mr. Fessenden, Mr. Lape. . .Wbz'le tloerr Pwizmre Projects or the .fczence Congrerr After school activities in the science department are usually centered around two organizations-the Biology Club and the Senior Science Club. This year the Biology Club has occupied itself with many interesting and in- formative meetings such as field trips, lectures, and the making of sealed aquariums. Mr. Lape and Mr. Fessen- den, along with officers Lisa Schilke, President, and Sheila Shapiro, Secretary-Treasurer, held club gather- ings every other Wednesday. Student projects, movies, lectures, and trips outside school, composed the main portion of the activities of the Senior Science Club under Mr. Ungerer. Officers were: Don Kleinbub, President, Steve Iglehart, Vice- President, Vivian Holder, Secretary, and Tom Noell, Treasurer. SENIOR SCIENCE CLUB Row 1: Bill McNeil, Peter Al- way, Tom Noell, Don Kleinbub, Vivian Holder, Mr. Ungerer, Sally Pierce, Sue Kahn. Row 2: Vernon Rushing, Ed Clark, Jan Dyckman, Karl Schroeder, Jan Lindyberg, Norm Richardson, Peter Hauschka, Judy Goldberg, Susan Frey, Kathy Gee. gal l STAGE CREW Far right: Burney Croll, Al Peal, Bill Hoier. Right: Russ McNeil, Steve Iglehart, Jim Winer, Neil Carlson. Stuelentf Give Generous! PROJECTION CREW Row l.' Earl Wilson, Mike Madill, Dan Suter, Ralph Kushner. Row 2: Dennis Garvey, Larry Schleeter, Eugene Fink, Ken Gallman, Cliff Hill, William Hoier, James Winer, Mr. Schaefer. JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL Row 1: Miss Hildebrand, Adviser, Sandra Reigelman, Eleanor Brychta, Carolyn Barrett, Sally Pierce. Row 2: Pat Slodden, Joan Steinberger, Jan Entrikin, Lana Anderson, Eileen Teeter, Shiela Sundgrin, Gail Farmer, Alicia Buerger, Marsha Hornburg, Dorothy Day, Camille Provenzo. GUIDANCE OFFICE RECEPTIONISTS Standing: Bonnie Wood, Diane Levitsky, Jeanne Raymond, Pat Ginter, Judy McTaggart, Ann Riggl Nancy Monfuletho. Seated: Lucille Graczyk, Judy Brassel. 0 Their Time to ferwke 01' anzaatzbm Amherst's service organizations, such as Projec- tion Crew, Stage Crew, Junior Red Cross Council, Library Club and receptionists on the first Hoor, play a tremendous part in the functioning of school life, both during classes and after school in other activities. These organizations are composed of dependable and efiicient students who have de- voted their time and energies in service to others. The Projection Crew, under the supervision of Mr. Schaefer, has been of great value to the teach- ers, assembly speakers, adult education classes, and other groups by setting up and operating movie projectors, record players, and tape record- ers. The Stage Crew, under the leadership of Mr. Reimann, has played a major part in the success of most of Amherst's stage productions. Its mem- bers are students trained in the areas of lighting and scenery construction. The members of the Junior Red Cross Council, under Miss Hildebrand, completed a satisfying year of working with the Veterans' Hospital and other organizations which request or need its service. Oiiicers were: Eleanor Brychta, Pres- identg Carolyn Barret, Vice-President, and Sandra Reigelman, Secretary-Treasurer. Operating the extensive facilities of the library would be much more difficult if Mrs. Hannel did not have the aid of the students in the Library Service Club. These people perform such useful duties as checking books, organizing the library, and helping to present displays during National Book Week. LIBRARY SERVICE CLUB Seated: Kathleen Gee, Kathy Kubala, Judith Coon, Rosalind Weiner, Rosita Schescke, Marcia Roizen, Audrey Van- derbles. Standing: Mrs. Ealean Hannel, Librarian, Linda Walgate, Marie Ro- billard, Max Malkoff, Carol Ackley, Louisa Eckelbarger, Tim Nolan, Linda Villa, Patricia Olson, Sally Pierce. 95 T be Four Language Clubs' Broaden Clamfoom Experzence To know a language one must understand the people who speak It To this idea the four lan guage clubs of Amherst French German Span ish and Russian have dedicated themselves The French Club under the direction of George Basil President Marcia Scott Vice President Marie Robillard Secretary Marsha Ro1zen Treasurer and Miss Enea Adviser completed one of the most successful years the club has ever fall picnic a French baked goods sale in Decem ber and a Christmas party Members of the Deutschlernerbund fGerman Clubj will long remember the hilarious fall 1n1t1a tion meeting which featured comical stunts and games Other events mcluded participation ln the language club picnlc and the farewell dmner featuring German food Oflicers for the year were Donald Downs President Barbara Tufts Vice Presldent' Dave Larson Treasurer' Sue Hurtig Secretary Rosemarie Forstner Historian and Mr Wrlkens Adviser The annual Christmas party featuring the tra dltional pmata was the highlight of the Spanish Club s interesting year In addition an extremely successful dmner was held in the Spring at which Spamsh food was served Leadership was provided by Yvonne Lucore Presldent Judy Wallace Sec retary Ardis Simpson Treasurer and Mrs Perhaps the most unusual language club at ACHS IS the Samovar fRUSSl3HJ Club The mem bers of this organization met twice a week in the mormng before school to learn the fundamentals of the Russian language and to be able to smg certain Russian folk songs Under the direction of Mr Wilkens and the officers George Basil Pres ident Rosemarie Forstner Vice Presldent and Marcia Scott Secretary this club concluded a productive year GERMAN CLUB 3 . , . . , , , , - H . . L - , . . , . Q . , . - . 5 . . . . . . , Z . , . ' . . , . y . , , . Z s - 3 . . , , l known. Headlining its program were the annual Heuser, Adviser. , 9 - ' . . , . u . , , - , - ' . : ' 5 ' , ' - ' 9 a l Q v ' ' I v Q ' . , , , 3 . , . I 96 Q 22 FRENCH CLUB RUSSIAN CLUB 3 C L Swami: Richard Bcunc, .lim Suklud, Sue Schwartz, Tom Nocll. Marcin Scott, George Basil. Slumling: Norm Richardson, Dzuc McGill, Jack Weinberg. SPANISH CLUB . -- , ., , , 'IT3-,N 5 M ff A -. 97 1 , : ,q ,' ' 54 , , f. The Inter Hz Y Council Led T be Members of .Yzx Active Hi-Y Groups' Row l Phyllls Henrlch Gall Rueger Carolyn Blanc Kathy Shlelds Sharon Chrlstel Sue Hurtlg Marty Tallman Row 2 J1m Dessert Ted Osborn Joe Mortenson Dottie Bartlett Elaine Braun Pat Lee Heather Woodall Row 3 Dave Lmdstrom Ted Jacobs Lewxs Gee Art Ohver John Patterson Barry Jones All members of Amherst s sux H1 Y groups pledge themselves to create mamtam and extend throughout the home school and commumty hlgh standards ofChr1stlan character Regulatlng the many and varled functions of these clubs IS the Inter H1 Y Council dlrected by Lewls Gee presldent Wendy Culver vrce presldent Heather Woodall secretary Robert McK1nley treasurer and Phylls Henrlch chaplam Inter HI Y actlvxtnes thls year were headlined by a successful Youth and Government Program which was held ln the fall All groups p xrtlclpated by submlttmg bllls for dlscusslon and debate Thus sesslon provrded experlence for those people who later were sent to the Bufltlo and Albany assem blues Other events durmg the year were the Christ mas program and the annual H1 Y dance 9' 7 V ' ' , . H ..' 3 5 9 7 7 9 3 9 9 9 5 5 , . ' z ' 1 . 1 -f"f . C . ,t .. ,.., L L .Q . 'E .- . . , Z.. DELTA RHO HI-Y 'hmm v I ' s Run l Diva, Lxrion C llNIn Sllfl ArtOIlur Dug Jolson Bob McK1nlLy l-rlnk Mwslnl Run 2 John Pxttgrson John Kmiliu Tom Hxllmlx Tom Bogbgl Bill XNILSQ. SIGMA HI Y JF li io F? Run I .lun Lussgr lN1nu Long Sue. Shgphgrd Nl1rLoSLhrol.dLl llguhu VNood1ll lxxthx Johnston N1rLln11Lxru Run 7 K nun Rubin S xndx Krnmgr Jo 1nn 1 1 llu N1 IFN Lllkn 'XJIDIY lw Glxle Tcrmlhspr Dum Font J1n hntrllun N1 lrgo Hxun Judy Downing, Judx Dau Puth Ducb Judw Bxumlu Andru Pgtgrmn Bonnlg 'Vlunlq Ron ? Lmn Andgrson Blrbxrl Nhurs Kirgn Cxochanour N1 xry Bltlgr C irolxn 'Vlurdoulx Sindy Llndn. N1 lull Stott Bun Gormtlo Susan Ropsuh Judy Turngr Ellyn Kughncr Judy Bugrlq Nllss VN xldoxx AUXISLI' FW f z A ':a'1, , 'Q ' '21, ", an i , ",'z' ' : 1 , Liz , 1 - X, ' lg' L " 1- 54 ' - -1 ., .7 ' -fl J. '. f V L 0 A . -ag. A , KL . Q , m, I 0 1 h 5 ,, -, C hr x' . - I, ,L 1-I x , 'L -I J' ' X x 1 1 A L J L' V . .-, ,L . - L . 'L af Kubalu. Collccn Brennan, Ann Dcmmin, Gull Rucgcr, Sandy Nelson. ,Iud5 Thomson, Xirginiu , . " j' 'L 5, '-: L E ' X' Ao, 'L H' L ' , 1 1 , '., 1 1 ' ' . ' 15. 2.' X U". 'a ' 1 ' 'Mag ' A', , 1' 3 , ja xg , yi ll . 1 l ' J J . - L ' ' J , ll ,' A ' X ll ' V '. - l 'Il 1' , 1 I ' ' ' x v V r x , x m , ' x x x 'i A .jj . 4 ,-1 D TRI-OMEGA HI-Y Row l: Phyllis Henrieh, Shirley Ellis, Betsy Smith, Bex Brown, Ann Mosher, Judy Rieh, Mary Laney, .lo Ann Carpenter, Christine Pefoldt. Raw 2: Barbara Brown, Sue Philputt, Sharon Chris- tel, Sue Stettenbenf, Lynda Clark, Maureen Koeppen. Mary Cook, Carol Linendoll, Betty Schriyer, Judy Eayenson. Row 3: Barbara Cummings, Carolyn Lehr, Wendy Culyer, Willa Gen- rieh, Sandra Samsing, Pat Lee, Barbara Fullerton, DELTA HI-Y ,. , A .,....,v,- Raw I: Ann Headley, Judy Reneau, Marilyn Wicker, Sandy' Fegley, Elaine Haas, Carol Eiehorn, Lyn Headley, Lynda Tallman, Ty1artyTallman, Linda Eddy, Bonnie Harbison. Row 2: Pat Wicker. Sue Lueker, Valerie Scott, Jackie Steek, Kathy Shields, Pat Thomas. Donna Stoneeliffe, Carolyn Blane, Judy Knudson, Linda Lixingstone, Carolyn Barrett. Row 3: Gail Farmer, Mary Beth Lahr, 100 Linda Richardson, Dottie Bartlett, Gail Osborn, Mary Ellen Bernhardt, Linda Billane, Janet May. Barbara Beelke, Pat Hunt. ALPHA HI-Y Ron I JII11 Lxnsdoxam Dilv. Rosgnburrx TuiJ1uob5 Dug Lmdstrom Km Eukhcrt Fred Page Bob Mlllpr Jgrrx Hlllt Ran 7 Fro.d5L1dl Avon Bxllovxltz D'1Nld York Pgter Hnusuhki Jlm Brown Don Kxwhmz Tui Osborn Jog Q lrudlrx Mr Roxxlmd Adxlspr Ron 3 Joe GlLldlCl John P uploxx Tobx N1gLLod Luus Ou Alu Husn Blll Klgmens Bob Mgrrltt BETA HI Y 111 I nur :L 1 mm ,ILL Nor Lnwn on Joms DMX Nlmns Chu. 1 n1oxxomIJ111 ALIHINHW 1 1om1 1111 1Lr uhm! 1 L lk 011 n 1 rrx flux 1111 Duxrr N11 L 1g up Rf' 5 N111 Hgnlm, Ani , D"k Bog 1 , 1- .I l' I ,T1 ', " ,A ', ' 1'k Berry, Jim Ahhcy, Dick Bcgmc. Run' 2: Doug Thiudcmun, Don Burnett, Wes l.11xx5on, Doug Ck H1 3 , '1 X 1 , Jin Hamm ,J' Wh- . R1 f' ll ld'brzn I. R '35 liurry I-1 - go! I. Byron Heinz, Rom Hz15m11n. Slcxc Ha111scl1k11, lil! 'N Jo ' , . 1 2 1' I. . 'lv I" ART CLUB Many of ACHS's artistically-minded stu- dents belong to the Art Club under the guidance of Mrs. Bang. lts purpose is to provide students with opportunities to further develop their talents outside the classroom. The otlicers for the '57-'58 school year, Vivian Holder, presidcntg Margot Schroeder, vice presidentg and Jean Lesser, secretary-treasurer, lead club members in many interesting activities such as sketching, craft work, and water color painting. The highlight ol' the year was the annual Christmas Tea given for the entire Faculty. W, E Row I: Arlene I-Qmms, Sue Fisk, .lean Lesser, Row 2: Bexerly Brown, Sandra Stettenbenz. I-reya Franke. Row 3: Susan Leslie. Mike Williams, Mrs. Bang, Adxiser, Bonnie Manley. CiCOYg0 HLIUSHCY. DOH Kleinhub, Carl Schroeder, Lee Backus. Don Xanderlinden. Miss P. Morris. Atlxiser. lew Lice, Ken lekhert. .lack Vleinhurg, Gerry Spangler. H32 MATH CLUB The members of the Math Club were stu- dents with keen interest in mathematics who are willing to devote their time to furthering their knowledge in that field. They met every other week and also once a month with other schools in the area with programs centered around their year's projectf the study ot' the theory ol' games. Students also supplemented their knowledge with extra reading. The spon- sor, Miss Morris, was assisted by Lewis Gee, presidentg and Donald Kleinbub, secretary. RIDING CLUB The main goal olithe Riding Club. formed last year by some of Amherst's more eager equestrians, is to give students the opportunity to learn more about and to practice the line art of horse- back riding. Numerous trips were made to local stables where members were able to ride together. Sponsor. Mr. Martin, was aided by Mike Pierce, presidentg Ed Hunt- ley, vice presidentg Sandy Strible, secretary, and Sue Jewel, treasurer. Row 1: Ed Huntley. Mike Pierce, Sue Juhl. Row 2: Diane Rogers. Maureen Roepper, Karen Kirshenstein. Cindy Stuart. Diane Dellmore. Nancy Henry. Mary McClemens. Marcia Colpas, Pete Alvsay. Row 3: Sue Hurtig, Margot Schroeder. .loan Wcipert. Andrea Lumney. Linda Collins, Sandy Meyers. Gwen Page, Joan Hoffman, Diane Markek. Row-1: Bob Anderson. Toby McLeod. Tom Hallick, Tom Johnson. Sandy Francis. .loan Tingler. Sandy Reigelman, Jim Fox. Marianne Jordan. EXPLORERS The Transportation Explorers' formed last year to provide sophomore. junior, and senior boys with the opportunity to learn more about automobiles. Mr. Van Aken and Mr. Patelunas. co-sponsors. met with this group every Tuesday eve- ning for varied programs featuring many interesting activities such as field trips. guest speakers. and "tinkering" with old autos. The otiicers ofthe Explorers were Ron Pellinan. president. and Dane Lind- strom. secretary-treasurer. Lew Gee. George Hausner, Ron Pellman, John Patterson. Ted Jacobs. Mr. Van Aken. Phil Rice. Q l03 Z 5. .. l GYMNASTICS CLUB ii ' ' " ' li "Wi x-...,ea, . 14" Row I: Pete Alway, Paula Amato, Pat Slodden, Donna Stoneclilfe, Maureen Koeppen, Diane McMann, Ginny Ayres, Virginia Eves, and Ned Seiffert. Row 2: Dick Hackett, Russ McNeill, Carolyn Lehr, Judy Knudson, Linda Smithey, Sue Hempke, Judy Wallace, Dick Schultz, and Mr. McAllister. Row 3: Jan Lindyberg, Herman Gaus, Ted Meier, Andy Szukiewicz, and Paul Barclay. Row 4: Richard Olender, and Tom Gleason. Adding to the already extensive activities offered to A.C.H.S. students interested in athletics is the Gymnastics Club which was formed earlier in the school year. This organization provided senior high boys and girls an opportunity to do fur- ther work in gymnastics than is given in physical education classes. The group's program included tumbling and work with such apparatus as the trampoline and parallel bars. The Gymnastics Club is sponsored by Mr. McAllister who guided the members in their attempts to master the various stunts and exercises. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The Philip A. Schweickhard Chapter of the Future Teachers of America concluded one ofthe most successful years since its formation. This organization tried to in- crease the knowledge and interest of its members in the career of teaching. Among the numerous activities presented were field trips to School l8 and Buffalo State Teachers College as well as opportunities to assist various teachers in the classroom. Co-sponsors Mr. Wilkens and Miss Enea were aided by these officers: Marcia Scott, President, Wilma Piper, Vice-President, Joyce Hummel, Secretary, and Jan Dyck- man, Treasurer. -mg 6 Row 1: Joyce Hummel, Marcia Scott, and Wilma Piper. Row 2: Henry Schwede, Elaine Wright, Chris Pezoldt, Marie Hardin, Ginny Eyres, Barb Hoffman, and Janice Thompson. Row 3: Marilyn Wicker, Margo Brown, Sandy Wilcox, and Andrew Greeley. Row 4: Jean Wallace, Margie Abrams, Carolyn Murdock, and Alicia Buerger. 104 RIFLE CLUB Row l: Judy Jenkins, Lee Car- ter, Dave Johnson, Harry Dick- erson, Charles Rechtenwalt, Ken Gibson, Ray Wedekindt. Row 2: Audrey Vanderbles, Bill Hoier, Jerry Hiatt, Richard Wedekindt, Paul Pirk, Glen Woodward, Mr. Pomeroy. , A -4' 'Ra i. im .l' -7 - , The Riiie Club, under the guidance of Mr. Pomeroy, is open to both boys and girls in the Senior High. Its two major objectives: learning to use firearms with safe- ty and respect and developing a fair degree of marks- manship. After learning the fundamental ideas connected with this sport, students begin the long climb up the qualifications ladder starting with Marksman through to the coveted rank of Expert. Because of the remodel- ing work on the range, the club was late in organizing. DEBATE CLUB J 5... Q f ' ' 5 f One of Amherst's most vi - -... 1 W orous organizations is tlge tit, Vg L senior High Debate Club Hit Q, f L, l under the capable super- xi' L' " ' QI. ,g vision of Mr. Saltarelli. I Members meet each Friday afternoon to hold debates, 4 A A ' panel discussions, and other ' ' ' programs dealing with pub- , 1 , lic speaking. Leading the ,' l club in its third year since it V -ferj-QQ? ' x1qif" was formed, were Lee Back- f Mania- us, Presidentg Bob Sum- Im, . mers, Vice-President, Mar- f"'- cia Scott, Secretary-Treas- urerg Steve Hauschka, Ser- Ruw lg Susan Schwartz, Steve Hauschka. Robert Summers, Marcia Scott, Lee Backus, Barb Gerevics, Sue Kahn. Row 2: Judy Jenkins, Peter Wolf. Tom Noel, Norman Richardson, George Basil, Audrey Vanderbles, Rosemarie Forstner. geant-at-Arms. 105 The Student Union Mrs Arend, Assistant Director P any Many of Um' SOCZZIZ Actzbntzaf 'Ki' .- Making use of Tigertown Lounge after school are Joe Valenta Sharon Brown and Barb Gerexics Playing checkers in the background are Bruce Fowler Fd Billowitz, and Ralph Kushner The Amherst Student Union is one of the few high school organizations of its kind. lt is the result of much hard work and extensive planning on the part of stu- dents, parents, and faculty. This year the Executive Board, consisting of four rep- resentatives from each class, ofticers, and directors, met every day during the seventh hour. It was largely respon- sible forthe many successes throughout the school year including 'SAll-Star Record Hops," dances, and the op- eration of a concession stand at football games. Many new ideas were conceived during the past year including the issuing of membership cards to all Amherst students. The faculty advisers, Mr. Kidd and Mrs. Arend, were ably assisted by oflicers Fred Ganter, President, Ted Jacobs, Vice-President, and Sharon Brown, Secretary. C.-pf Seared: Sharon Brown, Betty Schrixer Chwrlayne Kelley Elaine Wright Sramlrne Helen Valleau l06 Don Hughes, Howard Hutton Glenn Babcock Mike Pierce Rickey Gamer Frank Knox , stu. fr? R , J .Q X Q , A ,Ir S 4. n Q34 e SPORTS xi., I 4 52 b ! Q 2 .i .1 1 1 , is ,, xx . 4 Q 1 ' 1 l Thi! War The Year Between VARSITY FOOTBALL Row 1: Nick Shosho, John Paeplow, Fred Seidl, Jerry Jacobs, Dave Harrison, Carl Batt. Row 2: Mike Madill, Manager, John Barie, Frank Messina, Bruce Maurer, Nick Fago, Dave Ammerman, Toby McLeod, Larry Davis, Dick Manns, Tony Gioia, Jim Saklad. Row 3: Mr. Kentner, coach, Frank DiLorenzo, Lynn Wardour, Ron Pell- man, Tom Jackson, Randy Cianfrone, Jim Slowe, Ken Linkner, George Bratty, Dave Coad, Manager, Mr. Schaefer, coach. Row 4: Pete Eckstrom, Larry Woods, Greg Miller, Kevin McNamara, Bob Appleby, Mick Lewis, Dave Larson, Dave McKinnon, Paul Harrison, John Hoechst. Season Record FIRST TEAM x Amherst 0 Orchard Park 6 ,hw M Amherst 0 West Seneca 12 ' it Q Amherst 6 Cleveland Hill 26 Amherst 7 Williamsville 19 Amherst 0 East Aurora 35 Amherst 27 Frontier 0 Amherst 18 Hamburg 0 Amherst 6 Lancaster 32 wil A Q,-, ' W f MQ 424 ,P , ' A - vi X3 " . Q, A' ,C Y ,J ' V' ' Ag, Row 1: Dave Ammerman, Toby McLeod, Frank Messina, Fred Seidl, Jerry 13" . . ' f ' X- T Jacobs, Ron Pellman, Larry Davis, Nick Fago, Bruce Maurer. Row 2: Carl Batt, rf ', , , g - ' Y John Paeplow, Dave Harrison, John Barie, Nick Shosho, , A , 7 V Q-W fe if eq, ,e I Q' 5 E N 92 Q' ,f r W 33 F' R 108 Z 1 -, - " Cloampz'on.rl9qJr The Tiger grid team, coached by Mr. Kentner and Mr. Schaefer, suffered a losing season, winning only 2 of 8 contests. Dropping encounters to Orchard Park, West Seneca, Cleveland Hill, Williamsville, East Aurora, and Lancaster, Amherst defeated only Frontier, 27-03 and Hamburg, 18-0. There was no permanent 'ffirst string." Flu, lime burns, and injuries necessitated changes in the line-up so that a team at maximum strength could be fielded. Late in September, Amherst started the season with a 6-0 loss to Orchard Park. Even though the Tigers lost, they out-gained Orchard Park by almost 100 yards. Orchard Park finished out the season undefeated. A flu outbreak was plaguing the already player-starved Am- herst squad. Four straight loses ensued. The undermanned Amherst team gave a good ac- count of itself during a rugged contest against arch- rival Williamsville. At half-time, the score stood 7-6. However, in the second half, Williamsville scored twice to win the game 7-19. Larry Davis, Nick Fago, Jerry Jacobs, Dave Harrison, and Dave Ammerman, all played one of their finest games. Probably the most gratifying game of the season was that played against Hamburg, a strong favorite. With the expert running of Batt, Paeplow, and Shosho in addition to the fine passing team of Harrison to Am- merman, the Tigers won by three touchdowns. Because this year's team carried only eight seniors, Coaches Kentner and Schaefer, and Captain-elect Pae- plow are optimistic about the 1958 season. On Homecoming Day, Mr. Bergman received a trophy honoring him for his twenty-five years of dedicated service as coach at Amherst. At the half-time ceremony were Phil Helffenstein, Am- herst's first football captain, Mr. Bergman, and Ed Berger, pres- ident of the Alumni Association. The visiting alumni saw our team play East Aurora. Final score was a disappointing 0-35. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Season Record Row I: Ralph Fischer, Jim Wilson, Erwin Pastor, Lynn Hartley, Bob Greene, Steve Alty, Dick Shults, Bill Saad, Bill Demopoulos, Gerry Capella. Row 2: Jim Pawlowski, Marshall Cusic, Bob Lewis, Doug McNeil, Paul Meyer, John Zoratti, Ron Seiler, Charles Reckten- walt, Bob Heckman, Mike McGee, Eric Anderson, Louis Truesdell. Row 3: Mr. Wright, coach, Ed Schroeter, Lee Cook, Mike Torrillo, George Ollary, Andy Sowers, Jim Decker, Bill Bonner, Tony Bell, Ron Molline, Harry Dickerson, Al Flessel, Charles Cooprider, Mr. Bergman, coach. Row 4: Walter Archbold, Manager, Gerry Friedman, Bill McAuliffe, Dick Hadsell, Dave Colbert, Dick Chemelli, Bob Dines, Jim Taggart, Al Englert, Gary DiBello, Jim Sampognaro. Amherst West Seneca Amherst Cleveland Hill Amherst Williamsville Amherst East Aurora Amherst Frontier Amherst Hamburg One of the finest Junior Varsity soccer teams produced by this school was seen in action this fall. Winning nine of the thirteen contests, the junior Tigers drew dead- locks with Nichols, North Collins, Holland, and Grand Island. Amherst tallied 68 points to the opposition's 14. The starting line-up was made entirely of sophomores. The team featured the scoring line of Rowell, Wilson, Haase, Burrell, and Kubli. Speedy halfbacks Fleske, Cook and Knox were standouts on both olfense and defense. The fullbacks, Fleischauer and Hauschka, and goalie Anderson helped hold the opponents to only 14 points. Under the capable tutelage of Coach Bergman, the J. V. football squad compiled a won 3, tied l, and lost 2 record. In the opener, the junior Tigers were edged by West Seneca I3 to 7 followed by two more losses to Cleveland Hill and Williamsville. East Aurora was the first Tiger victim. They fell I2 to 7. Amherst and Frontier fought to a 6-6 deadlock. The final game was won from Ham- burg, 20-0. The Junior Varsity team featured a fleet backfield and strong line that could add the needed punch for next year's varsity. JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER Season Record Amherst Gow Amherst Gow Amherst Williamsville Amherst North Collins Amherst Holland Amherst Nichols Amherst Frontier Amherst Nichols Amherst North Collins Amherst Frontier Amherst Holland Amherst Grand Island Row l: John Gentleman, John Knox, John Rowell, Dick Kubli, David Burrell, Peter Minich, Henrick Anderhalt, Bernie Croll, Peter Formenak. Row 2: Mr. McAllister, coach, Jeff Baldwin, Peter Hauschka, Ed Billowitz, Dave Cook, Dick DeKline, Bob Anderson, Paul Fleishauer, John Gonder, Mark Fleske, Bill Klemens, Alex Haase. M11 Wratten Completed 12 Years of C0dCl9l.71g lfW'tb 61 Cl9dmPl.0WJl9qJ Team ' ll A In Row 1: Bruce Fowler, Gordon Ferm, Don Trudell, Dale Rosenberry, Gerry Farrow, Ted Jacobs, Paul Barclay, Joe Caggiano, .loe Valenta, Ed Friedrich. Row 2: Mr. Wratten, Coach, Tony Bueschen, Aaron Billowitz, Gerry Ford, Bob Hoeldtke, Art Keller, Dave Jackson, Lew Wood, Jim Jung, Dave York, Al Pezoldt. Mr. William Wratten, in his 12th and final year as Varsity Soccer Coach, ended his services with a championship team. Winning ten contests and losing only three, the team tied North Collins for the title. Amherst had a well-balanced attack, with plenty of depth at each position. There were no so-called "stars" but a squad of fine overall strength. The Tiger booters boasted a strong defense as well as a powerful offense. Defensive stalwarts Dave Jackson, Art Keller, Lew Wood, and Bob Hoeldtke tied an Amherst record for shutouts with five. Goaltender Jackson allowed only 23 points in 13 games. On the offense, the team's high scorer, Dale Rosenberry, netted 20 points. Bruce Fowler and Gordon Perm had I8 and I4 respectively. Joe Caggiano, Joe Valenta, and Don Trudell were also high point getters. The team's halfbacks, Gerry Farrow, Paul Barclay, Hal Gay, and VARSITY SOCCER Captain Ted Jacobs were outstanding on both offense and defense. Season Record Amherst 2 Nichols Amherst 4 North Collins Amherst 2 Nichols Amherst I4 Frontier Amherst 5 Holland Amherst 6 Williamsville Amherst 2 North Collins Amherst 2 Frontier Amherst 21 Williamsville Amherst 20 Gow Amherst 8 Gow Amherst 2 Holland Paul Barclay and Ted Jacobs showing 'em how it s done Dale Rosenberry, Ted Jacobs, and teammatesjoin in a fast volley before the game 1957 Harrzkfrr Break Even VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY Raw I: Bob Freeborn, George Brown, .lim Lynch, Steve Sack- ett, Clark Goetzman, Frank Emery. Row 2: Jim Abbey. Jim Braniecki, Bob Merritt, Ned Sieflert, Jim Lansdowne, Jim Hawks, Mr. Bowman. Coach Bowman's 1957 cross-country team experienced an even 3-3 season. Captained by Ned Sieffert and Jim Braneicki. the harriers opened their season with a tri- angular meet with West Seneca and Cleveland Hill. Placing second, Amherst amassed 40 points to West Seneca's 19, and Cleveland Hil1's 61. Finishing first for Amherst and second in the meet was senior Jim Hawks, as Amherst defeated host Fron- tier, 16-39. Co-captain Ned Sielfert was the winner of the Orchard Park meet in the good time of 11 minutes and 40 seconds. On the long, 2-5 mile, Williamsville course, the tiger harriers lost to their host. 32-22. Jim Hawks was the individual winner in 14:20. Amherst earned seventh place in the invitational run held at East Aurora. Jim Hawks and Ned Siellert earned fifth and twenty-ninth places respectively. Visiting Hamburg defeated Amherst, for the hrst time in six years, by thc score of 30-27. VARSITY FIRST TEAM Jim Lansdowne. Bob Merritt, Jim Lynch. Jim Hawks, .lim Braniecki. Ned Seiflert, Frank Emery. 112 XL JUNIOR VARSITY Raw I: Gerry Anderson, Joe Caravella, Pete Urbank Bill Phillips. Row 2: Ed Peard, Bill Slowe, Max Malkott Bruce Hollenbach. Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Season Record 40 Cleveland Hill 40 West Seneca 16 Frontier 23 Orchard Park 32 Williamsxille 30 Hamburg 73 Kenmore 73 Lake Shore 40 Kenmore Szafimmerf Wz'1z ECIC Crown VARSITY TEAM 'N ei-L Row I: Dick Mueller, Greg Miller. John Knapp, Jack Callahan, Alex Haase, Al Kraatz, Jack Pankow. Row 2: Tom Boebel, Dave York, Gerry Farrow, Jerry Ford, Barry Jones, Andy Toth, Larry Syuminski. Mr. Weber, coach. Row 3: Tom Cogswell, Jim Waite, Roy Foley, Dick Wchle, Date Mitchell, John Blunt, Lee Cook, Peter Minich, Doug Webster, manager. SEASON RECORD Amherst 53 West Seneca Amherst 42 West Seneca Amherst 47 Williamsville Amherst 54 Williamsville Amherst 39 Orchard Park Amherst 57 Frontier Amherst 66 Frontier Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Cleveland Hill Hamburg Clexel ind Hi H imburg Under the leadership of their new coach, Mr. Weber, the Swimming Team won hrst place standing in E.C.l.C. league competition. With the help oftheir record- breaking relay team. composed of Tom Boebel, Jerry Ford, Dave Mitchell, and Larry Szuminski, the Tigers were able to win ten out ofthe twelve league meets. The losses were. by a close margin, to Orchard Park and West Seneca. Swimming the 40 or 50-yard freestyle for Amherst was Dave Mitchell. In the l00 breast stroke the Tigers had Pete Minich and Dick Wehle. Jerry Ford and Gerry Farrow swam the 200-yard free- style while Captain Tom Boebel changed from his former freestyle to swim the 100- yard backstroke. The two best orthodox breast strokers in the league were Cook and Haase. Diving this season were Cogs- well, Callahan, and Waite. Szuminski and Ray Foley swam the 100 freestyle and individual medley respectively. JUNIOR VARSITY -iq--3 L Row 1: Gerry Anderson. Dick Root, Tom Rice, Louis Toth, Gabor Toth, Dick Haas. Mr. Weber, coach. Run' 2: Mike Williams, Kim Lines, Dick DeKlein, Jim Hawks, Charlie Holmberg. Dick Peele. Dick McKee. Tom Boebel. Larry Szuminski. Jerry Ford, Dave Mitchell. Calgary V511 Tlrim' tftmzlglot Sectional Title BVUC0 FUWICF- Slliifll Nicky Shosho, guard Fred Machemer. forward John Lubking, forw ird "tvs, fri 3 .V Nicky Shosho and Clexeland Hill opponents battle in mid-air for the ball. Much has been said about the l957-58 basketball team whose spirit was relentless. This was particularly shown in the last two games of the season in both ol' which the winning basket was meslied during the last ten seconds. These were the times when Co-captain Nick Shosho. a senior guard. demonstrated nerxes ot' steel as he drove to score the game-deciding two points in the Section VI AAA nnals. Placing second in the E.C.l.C'.'s Division l, the Tigers garnered nine xictories against l'our defeats. The overall season slate read thirteen and four. Of the tour losses, one was by a margin ol' one point and another by four. All competition was beaten at least once except Wil- liamsxille.tl1e dixisional champion. Co-captain Fred Nlachemer. an all-league selection, topped the team in point-getting. netting 337. with Shosho cutting the cords for 288. Senior guard Bruce Fowler and junior forward .lohn Lubking added 288 and lbl respectixely. Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst , Amherst David Ammerman, center Amherst SEASON RECORD 59 Maryxale 80 Orchard Park 76 Frontier S2 Clexeland Hill 69 Lancaster 63 Kenmore 6-1 Hamburg 7-1 West Seneca 53 Williamsville 65 Orchard Park 64 Frontier 78 Lancaster 65 Hamburg 725 Nlaryvale 45 West Seneca 60 Cleveland Hill 67 Williamsville Section VI Semi-finals 56 Tonawanda Section VI Finals 53 N. Tonawanda Fred Machemer tips in a score spam Row 1: Ralph Kushner. manager. Fred Maehemer. Nick Shosho. George Schaefer. manager. Row 2: Bruce Fowler, Hal Gay, John Paeplow, Daxid Harrison. Kexin Lyons. Bob Appleby. Terry Bodewes. Date Ammerman. John Lubking, Joe Valenta. Mr. Hettler, coach. ll5 I VS' Prqmre or Future Row I Mike McKinley, manager, Mike Schall, Ed Billowitz, Paul Fleischauer, John Barie, Joe Caggiano, Howie Hutton Pete Fiorella. Row 2: Mr. Schaefer, Jack Fischer, Lynn Wardour, Wes Haller, Stu Sheinberg, Ken Linkner. Dave Cook Paul Harrison. Mr. Schaefer's Junior Varsity Basketball Team fin- ished one of its finest seasons, losing only one contest. This defeat was at the hands of Hamburg's Junior Bulldogs, 48-44. The J.V.'s seemed to improve as the season pro- gressed, and they learned to work as a unit. The team was not a tall one, but it could rely on speed and scoring power for its points. Mr. Schaefer could substitute freely since the team had great depth. Paul Fleischauer, Joe Caggiano, Stu Sheinberg, John Barie and Howie Hutton made up the starting hveg Paul Harrison and Ed Billowitz were sixth and seventh starters, playing almost as much as the first team. Working well in the pivot position, Stu Sheinberg led the high scoring team with 199 points. Forwards Joe Caggiano and Paul Harrison captured second and third, netting season totals of I34 and l32 points respec- tively. All-round performer John Barie placed fourth, amassing 93 points. ll6 Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst SEASON RECORD 59 Maryvale 66 Orchard Park 73 Frontier 75 Cleveland Hill 47 Lancaster 56 Kenmore 55 Hamburg 70 West Seneca 58 Williamsville 49 Orchard Park 83 Frontier 67 Lancaster 44 Hamburg 93 Maryvale 58 West Seneca 7l Cleveland Hill 6l Williamsville Tzlger Matmen Place Third 555,46 TEH A r li- QT? F ' Pt Ld' 5 x . ,'3 Mxvixrhiig ,f iv- I Row I: Mr. Wright, Coachg Eric Eubank, John Gentleman, John Hangen, Al Gavazzi, Mike Cohen, Fred Henrich, Ron Adsit, Bob Jackson, Al Zepp, Don Sabo. Row 2: Bruce Nothnam, Steve Dixon, Bob Greene, Barry Knox, Lou Sabo, Dave Chase, Dick Benchley, Bud Beiter, Lou Truesdell, Bob Southall. Row 3: Butch Lutwack, Lynn Hartley, Jim Grable, Barry Shalit, Larry Detwiler, Ron Parkinson, Tony Gioia, Ed Banck, Jim Pawlowski. Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst SEASON RECORD I9 Kenmore 24 40 Frontier 6 24 Hamburg 23 Zl Williamsville 26 37 Cleveland Hill ll 34 West Seneca I4 20 Orchard Park 22 42 Frontier 4 l9 Williamsville 24 42 Cleveland Hill 6 24 West Seneca I9 20 Hamburg I9 l l Orchard Park 28 50 Third place tie in E.C.l.C. Sectionals C The Amherst Wrestling Team, coached by Mr. Wright, completed its season's competition with a won-8, lost-5 record. Placing third in E.C.I.C. Division I, the squad league record was 8 and 4. Of the thirteen matches the mat Tigers contested, three were lost by one individual match and one by a pin. Two ofthe best matches were with Hamburg. Both of these were won by Amherst and by a single point. Our four losses were at the hands of the two teams that tied for first place, Orchard Park and Williamsville. Bob Jackson, an 87 pound freshman, led the team in scoring with 4l points. Placing second and third in points scored were l78 pound Don Sabo and the team's 138 pound captain, Barry Knox. Sabo scored 37 and Knox totaled 33 while Eric Eubank captured fourth with 30. Mr. Wright is optimistic about next year's team since seven of the first twelve on this year's squad will return. Jim Grable and Barry Knox get some pointers on the ncrucitix' from Mr. Wright. ll7 - Row 1: Mike Fried, Jon Adel, David Wandzioch, Wayne Mabry, Ed Friedrich, Art Keller, Chuck Turner, John Lilga, Mr. Bowman, coach. Row 2: John Whetstone, Don Kiechartz, Dick Beane, Wayne Stein, Mark Reingold, George Golibersuch, James Patterson, Jack Gilbert. Bowling Amherst Clarence Amherst Clarence Amherst Maryvale Amherst Maryvale Amherst Williamsville Amherst Williamsville Amherst West Seneca Amherst West Seneca Amherst Hamburg Amherst Hamburg Amherst Cleveland Hill Amherst Cleveland Hill Amherst's Bowling Team, under the guidance of Mr. Orrin Bowman, repeated its record for the last five years and triumphed as champion of Division l. The kegling Tigers were unbeaten in eleven of twelve con- tests, losing only to Cleveland Hill by a narrow margin. The twenty members ofthe squad consisted of two seniors and six each from the lower three classes. These twenty boys were the pick of over sixty candidates. This year, Amherst garnered its second E.C.l.C. crown in succession by com- pleting an undefeated season within the league. The sharpshooters' only loss was a non-league match against Kenmore. On that night, Kenmore lired a match score which shattered the single match score record which had been held by Amherst. Sweet revenge came quickly as the Tiger riflemen bettered the new total, this score, at 1381, still stands as a conference record. Captain Jim Dessert totaled the highest individual score in one contest, gathering 282 of a possible 300 points. George Brown and John Rice rounded out the top three. John Bacon. Co-captain Art Keller finished out a superb season with an E.C.l.C. high average of 179. Also bowling well were Co-captain John Patterson, Wayne Mabry, Mike Fried, Ed Friedrich, David Wandzioch, and .lon Adel. Because only two members of the team will be lost through graduation, Mr. Bowman is optimistic about a bright season for next year's squad. Rzflemen Top League 1 1,2 A Row I: Dick Coad, George Skorupski, Pete Eckstrom, John Rice, Fred Bowm in Row 2: Mr. McAllister, Jim Brown, .lim Dessert, George Brown, Art Amos, Tom SEASON RECORD Amherst Amherst 1356 Clarence 1201 Amherst Amherst 1363 Clarence 1348 Amherst Amherst 1321 Williamsville 1287 Amherst Amherst 1357 Kenmore 1369 Amherst 118 Gleason, Ken Petersen, John Pufier. 1345 Orchard Park 1207 1381 Cleveland Hill 1184 1368 Williamsville 1347 1343 Orchard Park 1283 1357 Kenmore 1348 Spring Partzkqmtion . . cj 1957 VARSITY BASEBALL SEASON RECORD Row 1: Manager Dave Delany, Joe Caggiano, Chuck Pettis, Ted Jacobs, Joe Valenta, Al Landreville. Row 2: Dave Harrison, James Sampognaro, Brad Dunn, Paul Ross, Paul Galletta, Gene Benzino. Row 3: Chris Kraatz, Ken Lingnau, Dave Low, Dave Baldwin, Dave Ammerman, Art Keller, Mr. Hettler, Coach. Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Running true to form, Coach Hettler developed another championship team. During the regular season, the baseball tigers won I3 of I8 contests. With the exception of a powerful Cleveland Hill squad, Amherst defeated all opposition at least once. Two of the five losses were by only one run. Because Amherst won the E.C.I.C. League I title, our first since 1953, we represented the E.C.I.C. in the Section VI semi-finals. In a hard-fought game with Lockport, Amherst won the bigger end of an 8 to 7 total. This victory earned the Orange a game with Jamestown for the championship. J.V. BASEBALL A. SEASON RECORD I0 Maryvale 0 6 Cleveland Hill 0 I9 East Aurora l l Frontier 4 I4 Cleveland Hill 9 5 Hamburg 7 7 Orchard Park 2 l l Maryvale 3 9 East Aurora 5 2 Frontier 5 4 Williamsville 8 0 Hamburg 2 5 Orchard Park 4 6 Williamsville 0 Amherst Lancaster Amherst Maryvale Amherst Cleveland Hill Amherst West Seneca Ale, Amherst East Aurora X 9' Amherst Orchard Park Amherst Hamburg Amherst Cleveland Hill Amherst West Seneca Amherst East Aurora Amherst Williamsville Amherst Frontier Amherst Frontier Amherst Hamburg Amherst Orchard Park Amherst Lancaster Amherst Maryvale Amherst Williamsville CHAMPIONSHIPS Lockport 3 Amherst Jamestown 7 Amherst When the dust had settled, Amherst had won its first Section VI AAA title. Our last sectional title was in 1948 when Amherst was a class "A" school. The infield was composed of Chris Kraatz behind the plate, Dave Low guarding the first sack, Ken Lingnau covering the keystone sack, Dave Bald- win and Chuck Pettis sharing third, and Paul Ross and Dave Harrison alternating at shortstop. Paul Galetta, Brad Dunn, and Al Landreville kept the outfield in good hands. Dave Baldwin, Joe Cag- giano, Gene Benzino, and Ted Jacobs made up the pitching staff. F A 4 Row 1: Erwin Pastor, Paul Harrison, John Knox, David Burrell, Dick Bergman Paul Meyer, Don Hughes. Row 2: Bernie Croll, Manager, Evan Glover, David Cook John Barie, Jack Schreiber, Ed Friedrich, Terry Smith, Dick Manns. Row 3: Coach McAllister I I9 Jim Weinman, Dick Roth, Doug McDonald, John Lubking, Mike Hess, Doug Collingwood Dave Thuman, Jan Lindyberg. 1.. Wy. A .x ,W , -,,,,wu , 2 2,51-f,f,4.,f-wg, - , ' 332- l' A Row I: Fred Seidl, Carl Batt, Glenn Babcock, Jim Braniecke, Jim Hawks, Frank Messina, Fred Page, Bruce Hilbrecht, Jim Lansdowne, Ed Henrich. Row 2: Mr. Weber, Coach, Ed Huntley, Manager, Bob Blackwood, George Downs, Russ Barber, Don Webb, Herm Gaus, Toby McLoed, Jack Glaxin, Paul Amato, Joe Roberts, Mr. Bergman, Coach. Row 3: Dick Ellis, Ned Seiffert, Bruce Maurer, Ken MacKenzie, Jim Peard, Dave Jackson, Dick Dienstbier, Hal Williams, Paul Brown, John Paeplow. Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst E.C.I.C. CONFERENCE MEET Williamsville 295, Amherst 27, Lan- caster 20, Hamburg 15, Springville 10 Kenmore 43Mg Amherst MM, Olean 232, Jamestown 20, Trott IOM Season Record 645 Olean 39M 8l Frontier I8 51M Williamsville 522 . vm orchard Park 265 'X X 7 82 East Aurora 22 80 West Seneca 20 6215 Hamburg 4123 SECTIONALS 29 A I ii i ,-'E A Qin - ,T 7 dc,,"' 2 J , Record-breaking miler Jim Peard sprints for the Pole-vaulter Paul Amato clears the bar for an tape. other victory. 120 Completes' 61 Varied tfportr Program TRACK TIGERS RETAIN DIVISION I TITLE The 1957 edition of the Amherst track squad, coached by Mr. Bergman and Mr. Weber, com- pleted its dual meet season activities with a 7 win and l lost record. Opening the season on a cold, windy day in April, the Tigers defeated a strong Olean team by the score of 645 to 395. Frontier, Orchard Park, West Seneca, East Aurora, and Hamburg soon met similar fates. The Amherst cindermen suliered only one dual meet loss. This, at the hands of arch rival Williamsville, was scored 525 to 515. Amherst placed second in the Conference and in the Sectionals. This year was the first year in which an all E.C.I.C. track meet was held. The meet, involving twenty conference schools, was won by Williamsville. Amherst took second, only 25 points behind the first place team. The high- light of the meet was the 4239.9 clocking of Am- herst's Jim Peard in the mile run. Not only did Peard win the event, but he also walked away with the school record. The section VI AAA track meet, held at Ken- more Junior High School, was won by Kenmore. Again the tigers finished second. Peard, Paul Amato, and Fred Seidl were individual winners while the relay team of Ellis, Seiliiert, Glavin and Amato was again victorious. Amato's leap of I 1'7" in the Pole Vault was 35 " short of his best. Two school records were set in competition this year. Fred Seidl, a junior, set a new school standard by putting the shot 49'5". Jim Peard's 4 minute 39.9 second clocking shattered the old mark held by Al Heinen. In the scoring department, Paul Amato led the team with 695 points. Fred Seidl was second with 65. Dick Ellis and Ned Seiffert netted 645 and 595 respectively. 1957 JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK AF' Row 1: Bob Gaus, Keith Murray, John Knapp, Bob Laskie, Dave Beckwith, Carl Blackwell, Lynn Wardour, Frank DiLorenzo, Tony Gioia, Frank Emery, Dave Voric, John Gentleman. Row 2 Mr. Weber, Coach, Dick Beane, Edward Clark, Robert Greene, Bert Fowler, Larry Woods, John Lilga, Kim Lines, Ken Peterson, John Schultz, Bob Merritt, Jim Slowe, Ken Linkner, Bill De mopoulos, Mr. Bergman, Coach. In his first year as A.C.H.S. golf mentor, Mr. Kentner produced a first division team. With a 5 won, l lost, and 4 tied rec- ord, the golf squad earned the co-cham- pionship of the E.C.l.C. Led by senior captain Doug Andres, who, during the season, netted 27 of a possible 30 points, Amherst placed third in the AAA section- als. Wayne Mabry, Dave Coffas, and Dave Mitchell, won I9, 16, and l85 points respectively. Dean Soldineer netted 155 points and Jack McKinley was L1 sectional medalist. Season Record Amherst 75 East Aurora 75 Amherst 9 Kenmore 6 Amherst ll West Seneca 4 Amherst 4 Kenmore ll Amherst 135 Cleveland Hill 15 Amherst 95 Williamsville 55 Amherst 75 East Aurora 75 Amherst 4 West Seneca ll Amherst 75 Orchard Park 75 Amherst 14 Cleveland Hill l Amherst 14 Orchard Park l Amherst 75 Williamsville 75 1957 TENNIS Row 1: Bill Ginther, Ed Billowitz, Jim Lynch, Harry Dickerson, Al Pezoldt, Karl Schroeder, George Brown. Row 2: Tom Hallick, Ted Osborn, John Patchen, Bob Hoeldtke, Fred Manske, Warren Lappin. Row 3: Mr. Martin, Coach, Terry Maloney, John Oehler, John Bliss, Bob Sharp, Larry Brose, Alex Haase. 1957 GOLF Row I: Mr. Kentner, Coach, Doug Andres, Dean Soldineer. Row 2: John Kaese lau, John McKinley, Wayne Mabry, Dave Mitchell, Don Trudell, Mike Fried This year the Amherst tennis team won the conference title. During the spring, the Racket Squad compiled a total of l9 victories against only 3 losses. Bob Sharp, the team's captain, played first singles. Playing second and third singles respec- tively were Bob Hoeldtke and John Bliss. John Oehler and Ted Osborn alternated at fourth singles. The double team was made up of Fred Manske and John Patchen. Mr. Martin, coaching tennis for the first time, was a key factor in such a fine record. Season Record Amherst 0 Nichols 5 Amherst 5 West Seneca 0 Amherst 5 Orchard Park 0 Amherst 3 Hamburg 2 Amherst 5 Frontier 0 Amherst 5 Medina 0 Amherst 5 East Aurora 0 Amherst 2 Nichols 3 Amherst 5 Williamsville 0 Amherst 5 West Seneca 0 Amherst 5 Orchard Park 0 Amherst 4 Kensington l Amherst 2 Hamburg 3 Intramural! Offer Sporty Upportufzitief to ll if INTRAMURAL "CHAMPS" HOMEROOM 'I14 The team waits in anticipation for the rebound. However, Num- ber 33 scored a point! 4.-HV 14, X .1 Members of the newly formed Gym Club work OLII on the Tense action at a homeroom basketball game. The players are Gene Strong. Daxe iiPPllfi1lUS- Kenyan. and .lohn Zoratti, John Paeplovx is the referee. l23 Girly' Sporty Are Directed B The Sporty ou mil l Row 1: Bonnie Harbison, Marcia Behrens, Gayle Terwilliger, Marlene Comardo, Marilyn Anderhalt, Jill Gerry. Row 2: Jean Fleming, Ann Fribolin, Elaine Haas, Donna Stonecliffe, Peggy Davis, Sara Manske, Sandy Schall, Elaine Wright, Pat Lee, Pat Bresnahan. Raw 3: Judy Reneau, Mary Lou Sprig, Sandy Tracy, Karen Anthony Carolyn Lehr, Judy Wallace, Wendy Culver, Kathy Shields, Ellen McNamara, Mary Kay Santmire, Linda Porter Marilee Carpenter. s s . J 5 Q , 1 z As in past years the Girls' Sports Council is directed by s l A 1 -l Tl L 1 T Mrs. Husband and Miss Krehbiel. The council is com- l Y e x f f '- e 'Mfrs W posed of two girls from each homeroom. Theirjob is to "'l"""""' record the points achieved by each girl through her school year. In the spring, at the Sports Banquet those girls who have achieved the required number of points receive a letter. These points are received for participa- tion in after school sports. Also, at the banquet the ofiicers for the next year are announced. The main duty ofthe Sports Council is to sponsor the water follies given each year, the proceeds of which are used to provide scholarships to four outstanding senior girls. These scholarships are given in memory of Alice Buerger and Betty Ackley. An award for the "all around" girl of the Senior Class is also presented by the Council. The Sports Council sold baked goods and life-savers to raise money forthe scholarships. The officers this year were Sally Manskc. presidentg Peggy Davis, vice presidentg Donna Stoneclifle, treas- urerg and Sandy Schall, secretary. 1... W...-.L.. Mrs. Husband and Miss Krehbiel direct the girls' sports activities. As seen here, they can often be found chatting with and advising "their girls." I24 VARSITY HOCKEY Row l: Pat Olson, Sue Shepherd Elaine Haas, Lucille Graczyk Gayle Terwilliger, Carolyn Lehr Marlene Comardo, Janice Deck- er, Mary Ellen Mintzas. Row 2: Bev Feolo, Ginger Knapp, Judy Wallace, Pat Slodden, Diane Drexel, Shirley Ellis, Ann Head- ley, Sandy Schall, Karen Anth- ony, Karen Maurer, Sally Pierce. Row- 3: Carol Linendol, Betty Loche, Sandy Tracy, Judy Koch, Carolyn Blanc, Linda Billane, Judy Jaine, Alicia Buerger, Pat Lutwak, Linda Walgate, Char- lotte Heckman, Sharon Pankow, Judy Reneau, Donna Stonecliffe, and Diane Klenert. X Intenreloolelrtic Competition ive! Valuable Experience As the years pass, unusual sports usually gain in popularity. This was true ofthe Girl's Hockey team this year. Approximately fifty girls turned out for field hockey. Of these, varsity and junior varsity teams were chosen to play against other schools. Led by Carolyn Lehr and Gail Terwilliger, the Black team had a successful season. They played Park School, Williamsville, Kenmore, and Buffalo Seminary. The junior varsity, or orange team, was led by Ginna Coon. As a result of bad weather, the soccer team had a difficult time getting started. Soccer, being one of the more popular sports, was again proven so this year by the tremendous turnout. The girls played by homerooms, after which they were chosen for the varsity team. These twenty girls chose to be led by Mary Mintzas. The only school they played was Park School where the game ended in defeat. The season could be summed up with the term, "hard work." VARSITY SOCCER --+-.1 Row l: Donna Stonecliffe, Shirley Ellis, Carolyn Cook, Gayle Terwilliger, Mary Ellen Mintzas, Ann Headley, Sandy Greene, Judy Braumer. Row 2: Martha Tallman, Judy Koch, Pat McCormick, Doris Gisel, Linda Billane, Alicia Buerger, Julie Kulberg, Mary Ann Zuzze, Mary Kay Santmire, Lynn Eckhert. Miss Krehbicl, Sally Manskc, Carolyn Lehr, Jan Decker, Marlene Comartlo, Gayle Ter- willigcr, Lucille Graezvk. Varsity Basketball Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst SEASON RECORD 25 Park 33 Park l-1 Williamsville I5 Buffalo Seminary 6 Park 3l Williamsville 39 Buffalo Seminary 27 Buffalo Seminary J. Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst V. Basketball SEASON RECORD 26 Park 30 Park 22 Williamsxille 9 Bullalo Seminary l7 Buffalo Seminary Gina Coon, Karen Maurer, Betty Lock Fullerton. Judy Wallace. Jill Gerry. I6 22 I6 ll 26 Barb l26 !!l ll l Y F' ! - - 4 , 5.30: 'l' oo: 4 SOPHOMORES Row I: Sharon Pankow, Becky Gilbert, Sheila Carroll, Portia Gage, Bonny Manley, Mary Lou Sprague, Kathy Slotz. Row 2: Cindy Crawford, Charlotte Heckman, Judy Payne, Lana Ander- son, Sue Hoemke, Karen Anthony, Lynn Eckhert. Row 3: Pat Slodden, Sandy Tracy, Sandy Wilson, Ann Pravel, Sally Ander- son, Sue Farrow, Mary Santmire. 'A JUNIORS AND SENIORS Row I: Barb Hoffman, Ann Demmin, Pat Lee, Kathy Shields, Barb Fullerton. Row 2: Sandy Straley, Marlene Forpahl, Gayle Terwilliger, Marlene Comardo, Shirley Ellis, Bebe Behrens, Bon- nie Craig, Ruth Jonathan. Raw 3: Sally Manske, Sherry Greene Jan Decker, Jill Gerry, Marty Tallman, Donna Stonecliffe, Lynda Clark, Carol Linendoll, Barb Brown. Row 4: Judy Wallace, Sandy Schall, Sandie Skidmore, Ellen Kuehner, Sally Amos, Judy Anderson. Q SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING CLUB fi P' ,, FlNAl.E Row I: Judy Anderson, Peggy Davis, Sherry Greene, Sally Pierce, Donna Stone- cliffe, Ruth Jonathan. Row 2: Sally Manske, Bebe Behrens, Judy Reneau, Judy Wallace, Linda Clark, Sandy Schall. This year, under the direction of Mrs. Husband and Miss Krehbiel, a girls' synchronized swim- ming club was organized in place ofthe swimming team. The new experiment proved to be very popular and the group numbered about fifty girls from all three classes. From this group, the specialty acts for the Water Follies were chosen on a basis of certain requirements needed, such as the basic dolphin, kip, ballet-leg, and marlin. After the specialty acts were chosen, the finale or "ten besti, swimmers were organized, and this group worked together on routines and stunts in prep- aration for the spring Water Follies. Because syn- chronized swimming is the "baby" of aquatic sports, it will continue to grow in popularity throughout the nation and at Amherst, as seen by the success of its first year here. l l 7 16TH ANNUAL March 27, "Limehouse Bluesf' The Chinese juniors are Shirley Ellis, Kathy Shields, Martha Tallman, Carol Linendoll, Pat Lee. 31.4 Y? 5 Q" w-1-...NN Our twelve best swimmers form a star as they swim to "Somewhere Over the Rainbow." Senior class "bugsg" Sully Munske, Marlene Comardo, Jill Gerry, Gayle Terwilliger, and Janice Decker. WATER FCLLIES 28, 29 The Sixteenth Annual Water Follies, directed by Mrs. Husband and Miss Krehbiel. was the result ofthe efTorts of nearly l35 girls. The production was put on solely by the girls, who made up their own swim and dance rou- tines, constructed the scenery, and made their own cos- tumes, under the helpful guidance of "Teacher" and Miss Krehbiel. The theme this year was g'Over the Rainbow," or colors, and each class chose two colors with which to work out their class and specialty acts. The finale was a combination ofall hues ofthe rainbow. They climaxed the production by swimming to "Some- where Over the Rainbow." I The Junior class danced to "Black Slacksf' "Black Bottom," and "Black Magic." Left to right are Judy Wallace, Lynda Clark, and Barb Cummings. These Groups Spark 5619001 Spirit VARSITY CHEERLEADERS he i Sarah Dunn, Sherry Greene, Mary Cook, Carol Linendoll, Chris Sperduto, Sandy Straley. and Peggy Davis. JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS E E 1 Q 5 'K i, R e. I ' if 5 ,- L Y' 5, -V SW! Hd JA A l 1 AQ 'id l 'S 11 , . A 'X ' Ellen MCN2im21r21. Barb Findlay. Becky GilbCr1. Diane Drexel, Paula Amato, Pat Slodden, Judy Baumler, Carol Hirsch, Hope Millie Alessi, Betty Locke, and Fredda Pfeffer. McDonnell, Linda Smithey, Sue Hempke, and Sandy Wilson. MAJORETTES FLAG TWIRLERS Barb Krieger, Ginny Ayres. sramlfnAi,': Sally Anderson, Sandy Bev Glaser and Polly Schwarlzrock. Fegley, Jacky Steck, Karen Krestic, and Nancy Long. 130 V -o---D... u-.,...v.--Bi av! I"' iii'-' ' , .-0, E, ,.. 0 4 nv- -" ' 513-2- Vis' ,-s. - "Quo J , on 'iii- ,,- -up mf , . mg, ,1 , it 1- Y "" ?3fy-f.73-1,11 ,, ' --MA .pn , f -, , Q, KJ 'WW . 1 , 1 4 .TRN-Xu Beautiful fall days brought out many Amherstonians to watch our football team play. The Homecoming Day snectators are pic- tured here. :Q gi. ,L l 96 l- For many weeks during the fall the regular assemblies were can- celled, and the "Sth" hour was spent in study hall as the Audi- torium renovation was being completed. Here are two workmen installing electrical equipment. Abe Lincoln is the attraction for these junior English students: Mike Pierce, Bonnie Harbison, Martha Tallman, and Kenneth Murchison. 132 ' t 1 V rl Autumn v ti ...- f, At the Honor Society induction, some of the Seniors realized that studying is really worth the effort! Left to right are Gail Rueger, Don Downs, and Barb Tufts. S VJ. '4-,,. iz' VMVQ: K4 Q, i -Tc: tg 'so jj Woodshop before remodeling. .lack Schreiber, John Kaeselau, Mastering their subject are German students Harry Dickerson Terry Bodewes. and Jim Carroll are the class members. Sally Ely, Norma Klumpp, and Jim Thompson. if' 'o 9.4 su-1 Winter A 1 ' 3 A x fo N f- ff . 4' 1 ' ,V , -AM lx '.'.-H , fa 9 . .i ' a , , I S V , . X J 1 Yr v .jQ,.Wi.L .W . Q 5 K N Emp! Q.. 4, N -ff xy . :S l fx W- . 'Sees -. l 'F' .. ""' '.-4 4 . x I is l, -MAJ V 1 eg A kk - ,fr W 3 The close ofthe Community Chest Drixe saw Betty Sehriver and Bruce Fowler reign as Mr. and Miss Red Feather. This strange xisitor, a young doe, ran through the halls and crashed through three windows before jumping to serious injury. On hand were Officers Synak and Ganglolf, Mr. Frazier, Mr. Yan Aken. and Mr. Pomeroy. Many ot' us enjoyed the Student Union dances throughout the fall and winter. During a February snowstorm, school was closed for four days. When we came back, we were greeted by drifts higher than we were. In one of our front court "valleys" are Sally Anderson, Elaine Haas, Joanna Ellet, and Gail Rueger. 5 if f Z J E4 14, if WAQH2 P rin As seniors we look back upon the spring of our junior year to recall the Junior Play, Smre Fair. Cast members at right are Lee Backus, Carol Dobies, George Basil, and Mary Ellen Mintzas. M5 mini Gerry Farrow, Dennis Garvey, Marcia Scott. 134 di , fi ' Air 5 he '14 f , Seventeen young people represented thirteen countries at our American Field Service assembly. Ted Osborn and Steve Hauschka introduced and moderated the program. 'S Our new food-xending machines proxided scrambles each lunch hour. but they were espe- cially handy for hungry "after-school eaters." I3 5 Three smiles: one problem! Students in Mr. Rosenberry's solid geometry Class are Gio- xanni Giudici, Ted Osborn and Gerry Spangler. 'miciiim Joe Pendolino provided the music for an enjoyable evening of dancing. 4 tw M. i I . I L11 June also brings the Junior Prom. Our l957 Prom teutured an "Evening in Paris" theme. Gazing :it the fish in our fountain ure members of the class of '57 und some of the '58 seniors. Review books and concentration are both necessary in June when exams suddenly confront us. Tom Cogsvvell, Gail Osborn, Sue Richter, and Sue Shepherd prepare for American History Regents. . 0 .'5 si. -JP' , After an awards assembly program in the auditorium, the seniors and entire student body tile out up Day ceremony. Above are into the center court for a Moving- the new members of the Student Council shortly after taking omce. -i ADVERTISING K S99 Vw ,af -H XX 3, Q W 1X 2 Z, 6 3 Rf X X , N1 -.X lx . K - n4ll. -F .---- 15"-. MA' ' '?Zf,. ff , '- ,ai 'Q' ,I 'S Q V ,L V nf -Q, 1 4. V L. X 1,f,85X V, fy, ",. 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THE AVENUE LANDSCAPE SERVICE Everything for the Garden 2201 Kensington Snyder 26, Avenue New York Consult Us Concerning Your Carden Problems and Carden Designs FOWLER'S CHOCOLATE SHOPPE 1215 jefferson Ave. 5752 Main St. Y Buffalo, N. Y. VVilliamsvi1le, N. EGGERT HARDWARE 1243 Eggert Road Eggertsville 26, N. Y. W1 0063 We Deliver Hand and Power Lawnmowers Sharpened and Repaired MINIT CAR WASH 4476 Main Street at Harlem lflVIll'Q Congratulations to the Class of 1958 DELTA KAPPA RHO SORORITY ,.,, President Judy Bell . Vice President Kathy Casareo Treasurer Myrle Meyer Sue Nelson Carolyn Coyle Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary . Sergeant-at-Arms Gerry Beiter Wlzztewalls washed at no extra charge Pledge Mistress Lynn Palmer O Hd k Chaplain joan Brownson pen I ays pe? Wee Historian Nancy Griffin fweather permitting, BEST WISHES to the 1958 GRADUATES Honor Soc: ty Store 5 PN' Manager an Dycknmn Asslstant Nhxnager Don Klembub -Xdvxser Mr Schuchardt A Complete Lme of School Supplles m Room 223 for Your Lomemence 139 I ,N Y fv- . .L J Yi l A 1 i ' 1 I ,II , 1 A lla! A - , , ' A , vu- ' A 1' 1 , . . . . , Y . Wiese Florist Q ' 4543 Main street ff Snyder 26, New York f X 1 jf ' Instructress Miss Seifert is explaining the opera- tion of a Verifax Machine to recent Amherst Central graduates. Left to right they are Joan Nicholson, Barbara Hedin, Karen McTaggart, jean Niethe, Marian Zupa, and Dolores Hoock. National Gypsum Company provides high school graduates many types of jobs offering an opportunity to earn good salary, training for higher positions, a chance to use abilities to the fullest extent and security through good job performance. Many Amherst Central High School graduates are now employed at National Gypsum's Execu- tive Oflice, 325 Delaware Avenue where air-con- ditioning, music and sound control represent the very finest working conditions. THETA SIGMA DELTA ALPHA CHAPTER President Peggy Davis Vice President Gwen Rich Treasurer Sandy Straley Recording Secretary Sherry Greene Corresponding Secretary Carol Logan Ass't. Corres. Secretary Carolyn Cook Pledge Mistress Mary Ann Miller Sergeant-at-Arms Helen Valleau Sally Amos Chaplain Josie Zarcone Historian Sarah Dunn 9 U RELIABLE DVARNIACIES SMIIHER LONG DRUG CORP. 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VJ' A 7 Q, Affx To the Class of 1958 .T "' tj Q - .aff QA AMHERST 5c fo S1 STORE H1rlem at Kenslngton Buffalo 20 New York RIN EBOLT HARDWARE Phone CI 1775 Qualzty Home Nlamtenance Supplzes Congratulatrons To the Class of 1958 Z ETA SIGMA EPSILON SORORITY Presldent V1v Tercho Vrce Presrdent Chrrs Sperduto Treasurer Sherry Greene Recordmg Secretary Marcla Behrens Correspondmg Secretary Caryl Kellner Chaplam Sandl Rlngle HISEOIIHH oyce Jordan Sunshrne Glrl Judy Wallace Best Wlshes CARPENTER Gm SKAER NC General Contractors Buffalo 10 N Y Instltutlonal Commercxal and Industrlal Constructxons B 81 .I POLLUTRO INC YVholesale Grocers Hotels Restaurants and lnstltutlons Supplled 808 Marn Street Buffalo New York 1 f. u J 4564 Main Street Snyder 26, N- Y- Pledgemistress Pat Gourlay I . l Q o 1 l 143 refs Longratulatlons to the Class of 1958 SIGMA PSI Presldent Kevm McNamara Vlce Presldent Larry Davls Secretary Lou Wood Lorrespondmg Secretary Ilm Hawks Treasurer Barry Wood Don 'Irudell Bob Hoeldtke Larry Davls ack Hanny Jeff Clayton Mack G1ll1s Chaplaln House Mother Pledge Master Sergeant at Arms Semor Photographs Made By BEN SWAN 637 Mann Street 1n Buffalo WA 8363 'k All Negatlves Kept For 5 Years For Duplxcate Orders Mclean Thomas, Inc Iames A McLean Preszdent 266 Broadway CI 2531 Buffalo N Y TONTINE SHOPS 4 Stores To .Serve You Floor Covermgs Wall Covermgs Wmdovx Shades Venetlan Blmds Traverse Rods Pamts Buffalo 8c Nlagara Falls MA 8822 .u C2 f 0 ' 5 l, l I 'Ly H' ,lla A V Sw , . A . - - J 144 Meet Yo1uF1zends and Neighbors H hen You Shop At VON S SUPER MARKET 4575 BIHIII Street Snyder New York Congratulations to The Class of 1958 Gamma Slgma Fraternity Alpha Omega Chapter President V1ce President Secretary Correspondmg Secretary Treasurer Chaplam Sergeant at Arms Tony Bueschen erry Jacobs Rxck Canter Andy Baldwm john Patterson Doug Thledeman Ron Pellman CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS 1958 Presxdent Kay Berry Vlce Presrdent Cmdy Thelss Treasurer Llnda Lelmnger Recordmg Secretary Judy DHVIS Correspondmg Secretary Karen Hoffman Sergeant at Arms JHHICC Decker Pledge Mnstress Donna Tredenmck Q 3 SIGMA KAPPA RHO Q Congratulations to the Class of '58 President Nancy Grifhn Vice President Carol Meyers Secretary Marilyn Anderhalt Treasurer Barbara Karcher Pledge Mistress Ellen Blumreich Sergeant-at-Arms Mary Ellen Burnhardt Chaplain Barbara Drexelius PLaza 5092 0 0 Casual Clothes Village 0 Accessories Tartan Shop . Lingerie Frances E. Williams 0 5426 Main Williamsville, N. Y. Try Our Homemade Breads, Pies, Cakes, Rolls LOCK'S HOME BAKERY 3927 Harlem Road at Kensington Quality Our Specialty CI 1080 RICH MARINE SALES Foot of Amherst Street 1875 Niagara Street Compliments of Dr. Frank Vastola Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Telephone: 4017 Harlem Road Clrcle 2255 Corner Saratoga Office and Residence Snyder 26, N. Y. CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS of 58 TUDENT UNION a record hop the snack bar OFFICERS Presldent Rlck Canter Secretary Sherry Brown Vlce Presldent Ted acobs Treasurer udy Eavenson 147 I A T I .,. ::::r:'1": .3 I 'll I 1 15 J ji 1 S , MI' x ,fv I , N f' . S' M , A4 ws, S" 4, , X ,I . x NS 2 3 ,5 . T ff' . 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