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

 - Class of 1960

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' . i 1.1151 Q Lf fl ffl IQ., lm. rf :',7..', ve,- . '4 .13 cf ,a, :Fi ."'3 " 1' C l -3 C u DEDICATION MRS WIILDRED MEESE has combmed her teachlng ablllty with her llterary background to make herself a valuable asset to the Am herst Engllsh Department Her tlreless efforts to and students ln after school College Board revlew classes and spelling semmars have supplemented her dedicated endeavors ln the classroom As advlser and malnstay of Trlad, Scrlbblers, and Poetry Club, Mrs Meese has conveyed to students her knowledge and love of creatxve wrltlng and literature The class of 1960 dedlcates nts Tower to Mrs Meese for the frlend Shlp she has shown us, for the help she has glven us, and for her glft of appreclatxon of the wrltten word ,.. "' U F--iris-4 GZ vmmih A-sw'-? " '5 5' "H" J 1.-I' 4 E ,va sv sis af,-Q ff 79? A :," QT- gif: 153 M34 5536 cg- 552 gif.: .4 '1 sl rf. Z9 V'-52 'HE Aff' 2121 Fl 11 Pu. SQ 54: pl VI' fa" g Q . -gg . . . . . Ei' n A ' . - ff . . . . QI. 1 wif: ' ' K a 4 a sa . - - - .gi ' I., . . . , may - . fe.: . . . ,c . 45: . . . it-j . ' - rn . . . LIE . . . U., ff.. .., 1- rr' .W -Q r--141 .. 72' " U -1-f""- rw--1 .f -.i 1'-" -7-" -"11t1"'Li' -,-""2A" J' " Q --"ef I - s1":':- ' V'-'f 7.34.--.Y..',?"'v.-z": hs .vl,"':T" ' .2 ' -u-1' :-f.'i+'.',"'.?12r., 'Z1:.. ' . 61.12. -ff" .zt'- '. : s. -.5?ce'.g-1 'F.L.r.--3-if---r1.1-Q W. 43' .JL -nn? .li Efg 5,1 vi" ..,-5 'fo :S 'l"l .,,., J: 5-. 6 Fi 92 ' I .f . 4 AMHERST CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL P TA AH 'T' I 1 VHA A A ' T -A THE IN Cfr Aram L rv R N Q C Jw INDIVIDLJAL Vt RFIFIVE " Jmrl ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY X-I 'E JT, N, Y. Tw ',L,'vz.Iv:1,. I5 -f www nr A 1" A: f H.: H S nw ru: E ' -. It-.xv f, '-.:l'.,.,xz, :.f If- qv Puff-.is fm: Ti x' ,fum vo .v M: I 1.x :Jaw IifK'.'f' ima I so V fa ff-sf'-vw: I 1 Amr, I E Fw.'.K.m !'Yn:'.v-H. F wmv. I ' I '-IIIEFIKJ . Tw '.',, - , I7 vwlnr SL 0, ....... ', 7 Y - . SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL F XL In PRINCIPAL -X major element ln our schools success ln mans Helds IS the hard work of our Supervlslng Prlncl pal 'Hr Phlllp Schwelckhard vs ho has just gulded Amherst Central through its thlrtleth S ear Hr Schwexckhard coordmates the educatlonal and business ac tlVltl6S of the Jumor and Senlor High Schools is Senlor High Prlnclpal D John Scheller works long and carefullx to help unprove lnstruc txon and to lllCI'6dSC the efllclencx of the OpCI'dtl0I1 of our school At tentlvelx Ilstenlng to problems presented to hlm Dr Schcller helps find solutlons b6IlCHC'ldl to lndlvlduals and the school 8 , ' ' 9 ,gy ' A . V . ' ,Ive . N r V' I if 7 . . . .- 'N xx!I'a A ' 5 - - . I I 9 My .x X E , Kxlgggf A of A . . . .. I , r- Y - . V - -Q' S, . ' . G - ,Hung , . VV 'i I 8 -. BOARD OF EDUCATION ad -cd 'Vlrs Herbert Keatlng, W -XII an Iflslacr I' I 'Nl asterson preszdent lohn Nlfaclnnas ll Kenneth Hornburg., Nlrs J Min Pleflcr ltleetmg frequently these Amherst resldents aa ere responslble lor the school s finances 'and pollcaes ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL ADMINISTRATIVE INTERN l Nlr Donald Wlunsun rle alt mth the das to day 'Nlr 1 Ienn I ngtrtr amrkul mth the Board of f o runnang., of the srhool and mth student clascaplanm oparatnt SLIWICKS mtla the S1 mor Class and on spcual projects for the school arlnnnastr atlon 9 . v ,. , . . . . . , . . - - . .. 4 , - . I . , .. 1 . , . A.. . , . ,. . , . ,. . .. 1 I .' - v 1 1' ' 7 I ' 1 , , 1 . . e A I I r ' . '- f ' 'S-as 5 1 . ' A .' 4 ' aj- - z ' . . 1 r-- ' - ' f z - 1 z ' .' '. -' '-.1 ' .- .:,'.',: ' ' f.' C' ' .' I . GUIDANCE 44,322 , , 1 99 ,,,..--v' Seated Dorothy Yensan 1'2th grade counselor Marlan Metz placement servlce personal typing llth grade counselor Standmg Arthur Pankow college consultant adviser for cheerleadmg Margaret Carnahan 10th grade counselor Orrin Bowman llth grade counselor adviser of Inter H1 Y Council ATTENDANCE SUPERVISOR 'iff' 3 HK! lik: Alan Schaefer who keeps attendance rec ords on all 1200 students and issues their late passes or early dlsmlssals directs the Pro Jectlon Crew and IS assistant varslty football coach 10 Pupzlr are mdea' GUIDANCE suPERvlsoR Arthur Schuchardt advlser to the Amherst chapter of National Honor Society IS coor dmator of actlvltles of the Guldance office we f E A t ,X ,, , , A H ,Wf- ZqQs,L.,i1j', H ' -- : , S : ' , - ' ' , ' , . ' -' , , 1 ' '1 V , 2 I J - - ' U C I .R , u ,f , , JI gf fu : Q ,",' aeas A ' 1 I W X, 1 Q. I ' I if 0 :M ' , A-xx A A 0 ev E I 1, 5, , . ' A j ..- in C ew. , - , - U , - OFFICE STAFF GUIDANCE SECRETARY Mr. 3Iunson's secretary. Mrs. Wilhelrnina Miller coordinates the see- retarial work in 110. NURSE DOCTOR ,,4'Y Mrs. Coyer, school nurse, is available in the Dr. Joseph Sheedy, school doctor, periodi- clinic for medical treatment and advice. cally checks the health of every student. 1 l S1'afe1l.' Blrs. Brunner, office secretary, Sfl1ll,dl'Vlg.' Mrs. Amo, rcgistrarg llfrs. Wveiler, Mr. SCllNVClI'kll2ll'll'S secretary: Mrs. Art-llcr, llr. Sellellm-r's sccretaryg Hhs. lvillinms, DENTIST Dr. Daniel Weitz examines throughout the year. students' teeth HEAD CUSTODIAN BUILDING SUPERINTENDENT Z . , Q Zinn' 1 1504- Q3 T,-A-' I .-f""' ,,, 4 .fffg '. AI I I1'IPIlZII'1I llmrgr, sxlporviscs ilu- jaulitnriznl stall. el 1? 1 'L M 74-1 'I'In- Iznniliur prum-ss of Imnying IllIlK'Il"IIIIIIIIFOIIS ol' Inlngry slnclm-nts talkv urlvulllzlgm- ul' tln- wl-II-orgzmizm-cl IUIICII-IIIIO pro- 4'0tIllI'L'. CAFETERIA STAFF 'IqIlllY'llIll'I'f', alll-1-Iimlutm-ly known In Allllu-rstmliznls as .InI1n Ilulu-rtmn is in l'Il2II',Lfl' ul' mln-rzllirlg tln- sf-lmnl zlnrl ils LZTIIIIIIKIS- BOOK DISTRIBUTOR Q 1 T I I 4 E Q s I K I lfnzr I: Fc-lin Iiln-r, Iirlitlx Vlmlc, P1-url Bri-isinger, -Ins:-pllillv Burton, In-nv Ilutlmxmy. Hou' ll I Ann I in-Illcr, FIlll"t'lll'l' Ln-vain, 1'IIllI'6llC0 Brunner, Ifclnu Smith, Munch- Slnnnp, Milclrc-rl Hastreiter. IQ Z' ! Mr. Irwin Butts orgznnizos and Curries out te-xtlmok distribution and storage. SV"7 Increasing reading power. Yearly, through Amherst's Adult Educa- tion Program, more than 4,000 citizens of Eggertsville and Snyder "go to school." Outstanding features of this year's program were the three lectures by Dr. Seville Chapman, eminent local physicist. The personal counseling offered four nights weekly has proved to be a valuable service of the A.E.P. for the local resi- dents. Courses offered by the program vary from American History to YVood- working. Eleven new courses were offered this year including Contemporary Dance, Creative Writing, Global Pressure Points, and Practical Politics. Under the direction of Dr. Carl Minich, President of The National Association of Public School Adult Educationg Mrs. Mary Parke, and Blrs. Nevin, the Adult Education program has been an outstand- ing service to the community. At night Amherst has almost four times as many students as during 'S+ iii? rf? 3 ENGLISH f' fl!!- SL. N, 0 fi Li' o. ,. c C- 5 .A . A V. 'N . .rw . rx I s f ' - 2 5' 1 ' E .. V 1 Y J' --I . X Y 5 -ga ,qv-I Seated: Irmagene Holloway, English 10, 11, Florence Sturgeon, English 10, 113 Ealean Hannel, librarian, adviser of Library Service Club, Newspaper Club, Sylvia Katz, assistant librarian. Standing: Blorton Klayman, Speech, adviser of Arnards, Thespian Society, dramatic-S eoaehg Elsie VVaIdow, department chairman, English 11, 12, ad- viser of Sigma Hi-Y, Herbert Bosch, English 11, 12. E N 5.-.ii 'c:.'.g!---Ny-. ' 34 3-15,1 y .rv - V 5. Q. . Q ' - it za . ,vig-1...-:. , g in, ,. , '.,, ,: . vu--13,3 , - 'Saw - U,- -T:-. . 71,13-vt 'I .4 --J .. , -.',. 'T :A-ur! wwf!!-:tl 5.33,-fi1..:7'.', ggxvf ' ' .V .. -31.?::'2k'?'Ji15'-".f-I ..1,--Y',fg41fx'::i,Yg-si.i,,..-.ima-Qre!-ii:-9.-fd 8.1153-Ivztllcf-ii' an .1-'J'.:'p.L T. J.:-fs-it -1.1 he-..ir: f9F3i.c.' fs .1-- fA..iZ.L"- -L .fx 'FJ'-.nz-. .-. -- 2.1.-, ,-ff' -- UFC ,,. Ja yn. Q F! iii., - fri 5.1.1 -.x c gs 41"- fs'-7 'J 1 . ,- "WEL 2 fs! Z-2 . in, 2121 - it "R F11 PLL FJ. Ev , . -F33 v' -.H -4 as 5.1 e' i 9 fi-7 f .3 .1 ...tj 55? Gertrude Rix, English ll, 12, Janette Atkinson, English 11, Mildred Met-se, English ll, 12, adviser of Triad, Poetry Club, Seribblersg John Gelsinger, English 103 Patricia Speyser, English 11, 12, Ruth Nlorris, Reading. 'I' QW. ,, wa 1-. 1-ww,-',a"1w'..f" HY avr.-in-sf f- 'Mk " ""'l"4-n,,, ,,., F' 1 ,Qu 251 WT..- Q ,- ff cf-. T1 .vQf' 9' . ..1.- 14 CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION 5 ii Sealed: Elizabeth Ungerer, American Historyg Roberta Dayer, World History, Moira Park, VVorld History. Standing: Thomas Simpson, VVorld History, Clarence Spitzer, American History, Tower adviser, Byron Bair, American History, F.T.A. adviser, Robert Rowland, American History, Sociology: Senes Larson, American Historyg Wesley Starkweather, World History, assistant coach of J.V. footballg Robert Pomer- oy, American History, department chairman, Rifle Club adviser. MATH EMATICS 127 is 2 ie 45 it rex XX Seated: Barbara Long, Math 9, 10, Margaret Maxwell, Math 9, 10, Intermediate Algebra, Pauline Morris, Math ll, Intermediate Algebra, Trigonometry, Adviser of Math Club. Standing: Basil Rosen- berry, Intermediate and Advanced Algebra, adviser of Student Council: Robert Rowley, department chairman, Calculus, Advanced Algebra, Math llg Lawrence Benson, Math 10, llg George Saltarelli, Math 10, ll, Trigonometry, adviser of Debate Club. 15 5.,-1, .v-.,..7!-'-'I' ,.- . gg .- w'-' y .-,.-. sifmgest 2.1-s..,:.fiarf: Hzuairie' - :.i..'f?e.fa. - BUSINESS ALL JOB Vfxisier HUN 'if' J x i Vil Lillian Gruener, department chairman, Secretarial Practice, Office Practice, Robert Halm, Bookkeeping, Business Law, Retailingg Lillian Harter, Typing, Marian Metz, Placement Service, Typingg Catherine Osborn, Business Arithmeticg Marian Butt, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Transcription. viwvwgg. ' gf."-iw: -f9fgf"A'---Z.:-'Q --1 .faw-4asa.'.+??21?91f.f1Sm:J3+xe,s'1 fs -gsgfkwriii INDUSTRIAL ARTS Robert Patelunas, Driving: Raymond Johnston, Driving, Electronics shop, Metal shop, Edward Or- gek, department chairman, Wood shop, Driving, William Van Aken, Driving, Transportation shop, adviser of Transportation Explorer Group, William VVeber, Driving. 16 Fifi SCIENCE Y Isabel Husband Health Science adx 1ser of Student Council Richard Lape Biology department chairman, adviser of Biology Club, Elton Petersen, Chemistry, adviser of Senior Science Club, Peter Demmm, Earth Science, Biology Lab, Director of Stage Crew, Charlotte Opler, Biology, Ellzabeth Butts, Biology, adviser of Biology Club, William Frey, Physics, Richard Sentman, Physics, Patrick Fessenden, Chemistry LANGUAGE la! 5.1, In 'S -:Si 40 ,, ,U .A 1 lk. U. I, I., M EEK H mx In V. V lun, 1n,,Jl,.I, Hn ,VI Nl . . , .. NI. IM h.k.1.lH- ki I. I.. yu XM D M W Sw ' .l pity?-ffesfs , I 21, ' 'X E:-i 'ft' A " 4 --Ls ' . X ' . . I ' '35 I i , 'A S l , i , . V. . 1 . . Y. .. , -H. , J 'wwf-W Wvsw' ew -f" ,. .. , ... ' gifgww A vw." 5 f QR .Tug k r','-' .4- .' I5 ., .PL if If . K 5 rf? 31 .4-' ff! lk. - t' K :ff- ff: 4' I , 5? ia Mary Maloney, Latin I, II, III, Eleanor Heuser, Spanish II, III, IV, adviser of Spanish Club, Senior Class adviser, Madeleine Robillard, French II, III, IV, adviser of French Club, Gerald Fies, German I, f-if II, adviser of Chess Club, adviser of Riding Club, director of Student Uniong Virginia Federico, French H I, II. Seated: Hubert VVilkens, German II, III, IV, adviser of German Club, adviser of Russian Club. Standing: E H: H .- '.-Pr-'4 Lf:Ql!"'f.' 'J' ." A-f -'. fl-TH.-1 .ze :'-us, '-'.f1!-"- 'f '!.!:2': --' 11 " f":h'v::- 'S i-","f1a-- ' '?':".r'?rf'--1-EV 'Safe 1 -1- -42.7 ' .,-5F!'?v'2.f.1 e fsfifrzvf' a3T1'.r.1.':J 1-Cf1?i'k:.A-Qi 1303 sz-NYT!.'1'1SL'2K-.!1!:3'.f'91'51Af-fl'Q's'I-1'-I-hff6"?hfCl'-P. -. . .--- :- .. U L' 14 f 'S To 17 4 'fi 5,4 -:,'j.yg 1- 59:2 w- --:uw 7'- 41. v v -. s..:r:?'A L1 3.4 -gr. 'r-'. nf: ET. I ..: . .,, CY' , ..s .4 Seated 'Nh rtle Blng clepurtxnult chnrmfan of -Krt BBSIK Art Deslgn and Illustratlon AdV'lYlCCd I,6Slg,,Il ldwser of Art Club W ilter C: lrver Mechanical Drawing Drawing and Painting Ach inccd Xrt xdvleer of Ions Duiters Standmg Wllllam Weber Wlechanxc 11 Drdmng I,I'lYlIlg Swummmg Loadx l5Sl9tdIlt Track coach Robert Schonevs olf Mech nmcdl Drfivung 'ia 16" ,Qi - Z'-if ,, - .4 23 .r 'll 1 Hs ,e S.. A S? -il: 2'-f if .T4 in 'rh 2-4 - 'P IL Lx., fi S" H. T iv 'f ' 'Z , .5 A., .' ,jf 251- ,. 1 ! . 1 .34 . fi Qi I -3 5. 5-T .Iii thi ie'-5 23? MUSIC HOMEMAKING -F3 an ,--1-1 ,-,...-'- xml l ,,,,,- WM VValter Reitz, Choral Music, Mixed Choir, A flap- ElCf10Ff1 Hilfleliffillll. d61'lHFim0Hf Chair- pella Choir, Boys' and Girls' Cilee Clulxs, director of mail, Cliftllillt-!, HflVlS0l' of -lUlli0I' Red Uperettag-lohn lNIQll'COI'lIl1lK'li,IIlSll'lHIl0lllill1lIlll Or- VFOSS C0l1lll'ilS 'lflllvi Bfiidlfy, Boys' chestra: John Krestic, department chairman, In- H0H10D?1HkiHg, Foods. strumental Music, Band, Majorettes. llrs. M0050 and Mr. Bair pause with their familiar briefcases. q., . 'xy' '- . -, 'ea 1-. 1 s- I g .5 ,Q pf: 1 J'is-f".-J-1:37-4'I? '?..."x'-.4."'.'-5 1? sf'-:.f:'-:1rv'1."i'Fi llrs. hlorris shows Tom Johnson how to work the reading af'c'elc-rator used in her Improved Reading and Study classes. k I f J 5 s 'I 19 Basketball coach, Robert Hettler, sweats out the game with his team on Friday and Tuesday nights. --v .r...r, lv.-rn Qfy..-K VQ,.,, .ls ,gg -- Z.'.a"'i -.pri-4-L-.if :vii-iii-JM'-f'!'r .meiiaiv-i15a'.-.a'I': Fits '-ff' .4 -' 'ff L 'Vlr Rowland receives student help in explaining a concept in Soci- ology class. Mr. Rowley works out a calculus problem with Frank Emery of the Advanced Placement class. Mrs. Bradley helps her students to make good use of the excellent hornemaking facilities. Mr. VVilkens explains mechanical tech- niques in the Language Lab to some of his German students. Amherst teachers display a high degree of dedication and purpose, serving their school and their stu- dents, not only in the classroom but also during lunch period mon- itoring, after school "office hours,', advisership of extra- curricular activities, faculty com- mittee meetings, and consulta- tion with parents. We are grateful to our teachers for exposing us to broad concepts of knowledge and culture, allow- ing us to develop intellectual in- sight into ourselves and the world. WVe shall remember them for their gifts and their guidance through the yearsg we hope that we shall prove worthy of their efforts. Mrs. Williams works with her after-school grammar class. W'-an SENICRS CLASS OFFICERS Ellen McNamara secretary John Knox presldent Gabor Toth treasurer Nancy Boda vlce president Mrs Eleanor Heuser has advlsed e Class of 1960 for three years CLASS ADVISERS Mrs Lllllan Harter Mr Rxchard Lape Mr Patrlck Fessenden Mlss Margaret Maxwell Mrs Ruth MOTFIS Mr Robert Rowland Mlss Elsle Waldow Mr Hubert Wllkens Mrs Myrtle Bang Mr Lawrence Benson Mr Wllllam Frey Mlss L1ll1an Gruener Mr Robert Halm CLASS OF 1960 The oflicers chosen to lead our class dld an excellent Job for thelr class mates John Knox Nancy Boda Ellen McNamara and Gabe Toth rallled the senlors ln the magazlne drlve took part ln the coronatlon of the Klng and Queen of the Senior Ball and made speeches at the graduatlon CXCFCISCS Our Lart Year Each graduate has hrs own partlcular memorles of Am herst but the remembrances shared by the Class of 1960 as a group are especlally rneanlngful to us all In our sophomore year there was the magazine drlve whlch we let the 1un1ors wln ln deference to the upper classmen the basement lockers the sophomore square dance lunch at 11 15 a m Mlxed Chon- wlth Mr RCILZ assembly seats 1n the balcony where the alr was thln but laden w1th whlspers the VISILS wlth Mr Schuchardt In our Junlor year there was the magazine drive whlch we won hands down and splrlts up World Hlstory wlth lNIr Balr South Paclfic Paradise WhlCh was of course the best Prom whlch ever graced the boys gym the future becomlng reallty and the cruclal questlon What after hlgh school? an uary Thaw our play that drew rave notlces and helped finance the Prom the pourlng out of our scholastxc woes and Job problems to Mlss lNIetz and the au dltorlum seats on the ground floor where we make our selves heard at pep assemblles ' 9 3 5 Q , 5 . 9 . 9 ' l l U ' ' I O 5 , ' th . . . . 9 , . . . . . , . . 5 9 . . 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S7 ' . . . 9 CLASS CCUNCIL These homeroom representatives under the guidance of Mrs Heu ser dld an outstandlng Job of planning and carrying out Senlor proJects and actlvltxes Among these were the Senlor Ball the purchase of the class glft to the school the presentatlon of the Semor Play and the conductlng of graduatxon exerclses Sturgeon And Um' Best In our glorlous fast movmg senlor vear the magazlne drive was won by the Junxors while we placed second After all who were we to break tradltlon? sendlng 1n our college appllcatlons and saylng our prayers the Senior Ball Indeed a December Dream hours spent searching for thesls maternal at the Grosvenor Lxbrary the Jolnlng of every actlvltv ln school before den s chem lab where we learned by trlal and error College Boards at nearby Rosary Hull College Just as we hay e dCql1lI'6Cl manv memorles of Amherst so we have left an nnpresslon upon our school lVe s1n cerely hope that our alma mater wlll remember us fondly The Class of 60 xx 1ll never forget Amherst and the students and faculty xx ho have made our sears here so enjoyable and meanmgful Sealed Mary Lou Sprague Nancy Boda Lmdy Thompson Harry Humphreys Tony Gnona I'llen McNamara Camllle Provenzo Standmg Shella Carroll Fd Clark Terry Paas Jim lynch Mrs Heuser aduser Carolyn Spxesz Dave Cook Gabe Toth Sue CLASS Or F on Cl' Caps and gowns symbols our enterlng a new world 7 . . .. u p I 60 4, se" - SCN CSN, r-9' handing linlour TOWER activity sheets . . . 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Yl i T 1 C . at , 'Ill .A : of ' Q3 ' Robert Ackley Bo Robert Anderson Mai Honor Soclety 4 Math Club 4 French Club 3 Dance Commnttee 3 Soccer 2 3 4 JV Baseball 2 Varsity Club 4 Sharon Lea Barley Tower General Staff 4 Trzad General Staff 2 4 Art Club 4 French Club 3 4 Dance Committee 2 3 4 Glrls Sports 2 Water Folhes 3 4 Judy Anderson Honor Society 3 4 Mxxed Chorus 2 Operetta Cast 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 F T A 3 Math Club 4 Lens Dusters 2 3 Slgma Rho H1 Y 4 Glrls Sports 2 3 lv-vi Davld Arber Dare Gym Club 3 24 Mlldred Ann Alessi Mlllze Tower General Staff 4 Operetta Cast 3 4 F T A 4 French Club 2 Dance Commlttee 3 Officlals Club 4 Swxm Club 3 Cheerleadmg 2 3 4 Glrls Sports 2 3 Karen Anthony Tower General Stall 4 Tnad General Stall' 2 Play Committee 3 4 Math Club 4 Secretary 4 French Club 2 Gym Club 3 Dance Committee 2 3 Glrls Sports Counc1l2 Pres1dent 4 Glrls Sports2 3 4 Alane Baker Lonn y Lana M Anderson Trzad General Stall' 2 A Cappella Choxr 4 Mlxed Chorus 2 3 Operetta Cast 2 3 4 Amards 2 3 4 Thesplans 2 3 4 Secretary 4 Variety Show Cast 3 Spanlsh Club 2 3 Slgma Rho H1 Y 2 Glrls Sports 2 3 4 Sally Ann Arber a Play Committee Dance Committee Glrls Sports 2 4 s . . 94 . 1 s ' s 9 . 3 ' I 9 s 1 ' , 9 s A , , .. . - , , 1 1 s . 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Basketball Manager Intramurals 3 4 Barbara Beelke Barb Tower General Staff 4 F T A 2 4 Spanish Club 4 German Club 2 3 4 Delta H1 Y 2 3 Girls Sports 2 4 Q0 3 Phillip Bangsberg Phil Tarler General Stall' 4 Student Union General Staff 3 Chess Club 3 Projection Crew 2, 3, 4 Stage Crew 2, 3, 4 Judith H Baumler Judy Honor Society 4 Student Council Exec Board 2 3 4 Class Council 2 Tower Exec Staff 4 Taller General Staff 2 3 Student Union Exec Board 4 Vice President 4 Spanish Club 2 3 4 Cheerleading 2 4 Girls Sports 2 3 4 124765 Ea? Barbara Berg Barb Tower General Staff 4 T rzad General Stall' 3 Spanish Club 2 Gym Club 3 4 Delta H1 Y 3 Tigerettes 4 Girls Sports 2 3 4 Paullne Beverley Judy Tower General Staff 4 Color Guard 4 Play Commlttee 3 4 French Club 2 3 4 Dance Commlttee 3 4 Slgma Rho H1 Y 2 3 Scr1bblers 4 G1rls Sports 2 3 4 Swlm Club 3 4 Water Folhes 3 4 Wrlliam Bonner "Buns" Student COUDCII 2 Mlxed Chorus 3, 4 Boys' Glee Club 2 Operetta Cast 4 Dance Commlttee 3 JV Football 2 V Football 3 Intramurals 2, 3, 4 Jo Ann Bernhardt Tlgerettes 4 Otlicxals Club 4 G1rls Sports 3 4 James Blatz rm Colleen Marie Brennan Student COUHCII 4 Tatler General Staff 3 A Cappella Cho1r 3, 4 M1xed Chorus 2 Operetta Cast 2, 3, 4 Play Commlttee 3, 4 Var1ety Show Cast 3 F T A 4 French Club 4 S1 ma Rho H1 Y 2 S Dance Comm1ttee 2, 3, 4 4-9 if fr af ft Fm- Edgar Blu0WltZ Honor SOCICIY 4 Tower General Staff 4 Math Club 3 4 German Club 2 4 Treasurer 4 Dance Commlttee JV Soccer 2 Basketball 2 3 Tennls 2 3 4 Varslty Club 3 4 Raymond Braun Ray A Cappella Cholr 3, 4 Mxxed Chorus 2 Operetta Cast 2, 3, 4 26 Joel Betz oe Nancy Boda Nancy Honor SOClBty 3 4 Secretary 4 Class Vlce Pres1dent 4 Tower General Staff 4 Tatler General Staff 3 Tatler Exec Stall 4 G1rls Sports 2 3 4 Water Follles 2 3 4 Scrlbblers 4 Operetta Commxttee 3 Patr1c1a Bresnahan Pat Tower General Stan' 4 Trzad Exec Stall' 3, 4 Operetta Commlttee 3, 4 Color Guard 3, 4 Play Commlttee 3, 4 Variety Show Commlttee 2, 3, 4 Student Unlon Gen Staff 2, 4 French Club 3, 4 Dance Commlttee 3, 4 G1rls' Sports 2, 3, 4 Jo 4 J . 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' 1 . , I I s 9 . s Q . , 4 Margo Brown Honor Soclety 4 Operetta Commlttee 2 Amards 2 Thesplans 3 F T A 2 3 4 Presldent 3 4 Student Union Gen Staff 3 French Club 3 4 Vlce Presxdent 4 Trl Omega H1 Y 2 Glrls Sports 2 Janice Brockway an Tower General Stall' 4 Trzad General Staff 2 3 4 Varlety Show Committee Art Club 2 Student Umon Gen Staff 2 3 4 Dance Committee 4 Glrls Sports 2 3 4 Honor Soclety 4 Qulll 8a Scroll 3 4 Treasurer 4 Tatler General Staif 3 Tatler Exec Staff 4 Blology Club 3 German Club 3 4 Jumor Red Cross Councll 2 Glrls Sports 2 3 4 Water Folhes 2 Swlm Club 3 Charles Bl'l.lllSk1ll Corky Senior Sclence Club 4 German Club 3 Alpha H1 Y 4 David R Burrell Mouse Student Councll 2 JV Soccer 2 V Soccer 3 4 J V Baseball 2 V Baseball 3 4 Varsity Club 3 4 Dnarm Callowlull Dee Tower General Staff 4 Triad General Staff 2 4 Play Committee 3 Dance Comrmttee 2 3 4 Glrls Sports Councnl 2 27 Joan Brown Joanle Jan Tower General Staff 4 Trzad General Staff 2 4 Tatler General Staff 2 Mlxed Chorus 2 Operetta Cast 2 French Club 2 Dance Commlttee 3 4 G1rls Sports Counc1l3 4 Grrls Sports 2 4 Water Follxes 4 Louxse Canfield Louise Joseph Cagglano Nose Spamsh Club 4 Dance Committee 3 V Soccer 2 3 4 V Basketball 3 4 V Baseball 2 3 4 Varsity Club 2 3 4 J . l . I ' 2 1 a I 3, 4 ' . . .. , , . s l Alicia Bllefgel' Janice Bufgqyne n , . I l 3 . n . 9 v I D I . . , Joseph Caravella oe Honor Soc1ety 4 Newspaper Club 3 M1xed Chorus 4 Var1ety Show Cast 2 German Club 3 4 Inter H1 Y Counc1l 3 4 Alpha H1 Y 2 3 4 Secretary 3 Pres1dent 4 Cross Country 2 3 Sandra Carson Sandy Student Counc1l 3 Trl Omega H1 Y 3 Dance Commnttee 3 Dance Club 4 GIIIS Sports 2 3 J acquehne Chesbro Jackze Marllee Carr Student Counc1l Exec Board 4 Tower General Staff 4 A Cappella Cho1r 2 Operetta Cast 2 Operetta Commlttee 3 Play Commlttee 3 4 Span1sh Club 2 4 Dance Commlttee 3 4 G1rls Sports Counc1l 3 Glrls Sports 2 3 4 Swlm Club 2 3 4 fad 9' LEW? Jeffrey Casterlme Je 28 Nell Carlson Span1sh Club 4 Stage Crew 2 Rldlng Club 4 Treasurer 4 JV Track 2 V Track 3 4 Lynn Cashmore Lynn Robert C Chrlstensen Bo Shella Carroll Honor SOCICIY 3 4 Student Counc1l 3 Class Counc1l 4 A Cappella Cholr M1xed Chorus 2 Operetta Cast 2 3 4 Varlety Show Cast 3 Span1sh Club 2 4 Pres1dent 4 G1rls Sports 2 3 Water Follles 2 3 4 R1chard Chemelll Dzck 4 , 3, 4 A I 9 . 9 -U , ' 9 1 3 ' 3 3, 4 . ,4 , . 7 Y 3 7 ! . , . 4 , , . , 3 9 g a r s 9 3 9 . - .5 ' , 4 . " .. ' . , ' as 1 ,, 1 f ft -' . 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Harry Dlckerson Bearcat Student Councll Exec Board 4 Operetta Cast 3 Play Cast 3 German Club 2 3 4 Poetry Club 4 Presldent 4 Rxdmg Club 3 Boys Sports 2 3 4 Varsnty Club 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Nance Honor SOCICIY 4 A Cappella Choir Mixed Chorus 2 Operetta Cast 2 3 4 Play Commlttee Varlety Show Cast 3 4 French Club 2 3 Dance Club 4 Dance Commltt 3, 4 GIIIS' Sports 2, 3, 4 Nancy E Dow ee -Ai Wllllam Demopoulos Greek German Club 2 Dance Commlttee 3 JV Football 2 V Football 3 Intramurals 2 Glen Dockstader Glen 31 Duane Dellmore Tower General Staff 4 French Club 2 Sigma Rho H1 Y 2 President 2 Dance Commxttee 2 Rldmg Club 2 3 Dance Club 4 Glrls Sports 2 3 4 Swlm Club 4 Water Follies 3 4 X Frank C D1Lorenzo Student Councll 2 3 Class Councll 2 3 Class Presldent 3 Tower General Staff 4 Dance Comm1ttee 2 Student Union Gen Staff 3 V Football 2 3 4 V Track 2 3 4 Varslty Club 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 aw Judith Drees Judy Garry D1Bello Alpha H1 Y 3 JV Football 2 Donna Donaldson Tower General Staff 4 Trzad General Staff 2 3 4 Dance Commlttee 2 3 4 Glrls Sports 2 4 Duane Drexel Honor SOCICIY 4 Class Counc1l 2 Class Secretary 2 A Cappella Cholr 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 2 Operetta Cast 2 3 4 Var1ety Show Cast 3 Student UHIOH Exec Board 3 French Club 2 G1rls Sports 2 Cheerlead1ng 2 Carl Ehmann Student Counc1l 4 A Cappella Cho1r 4 Operetta Cast 4 Chess Club 3 RUSSIHD Club 4 Vlce Presldent 4 Alpha H1 Y 4 Margaret Englert Nancy Lynn Eckhert Lynn Honor Soclety 3 4 V1ce Presldent 4 Student Counc1l 2 Class Counc1l 2 3 Tower Exec Staff 4 Operetta Commlttee 3 4 G1rls Sports Counc1l 3 4 Secretary 3 G1rls Sports 2 3 4 Water Folhes 2 3 4 Karen N Elllott Tower General Staff 4 Tatler General Staff 4 A Cappella Cho1r 3 4 Operetta Cast 3 Play Comm1ttee 3 4 Var1ety Show Cast 3 Spanish Club 2 3 4 Delta H1 Y 2 L1brary Serv1ce Club 2 Rldlng Club 3 G1rls Sports 2 3 4 is Peggy Tower General Staff 4 Rldlflg Club 3 G1rls Sports 2 3 4 32 LOUISR Kay Ecelbarger Triad General Staff Newspaper Club 2 3 4 Var1ety Show Comm1ttee FTA 2 3 4 L1l3rary Serv1ce Club Secretary 3 4 G1rls Sports 2 Peter Eckstrom Moose A Cappella Cho1r 4 Operetta Cast 3 4 Q Inter H1 Y Counc1l 3 Treasurer 4 Delta Rho H1 Y 2 3 V Football 2 3 Rliie 2 3 4 I if' riff ,juz 1,63 Chrlstlan J Ehmann Chrzs Chess Club 3 4 Lens Dusters 4 German Club 4 Alpha H1 Y 4 Llbrary SCIVICC Club 4 R1d1ng Club 3 4 Rule Club 3 4 Frank L Emery Ernie Tower Exec Staff 4 Math Club 4 German Club 3 Dance Commlttee 3 Cross Country 2 3 4 Capta1n 3 4 Tenms 2 3 4 Vars1ty Club 2 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Janet Entnkm Jany Student Counc1l 3 Tower General Staff 4 Tatler General Stall' 4 A Cappella Cholr 4 Mlxed Chorus 2 Operetta Cast 2 4 Thesplans 3 4 Treasurer 4 G1rls Sports Counc1l 3 G1rls Sports 2 3 . . 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Board 4 Class Secretary 3 Tower Executive Staif 4 Triad General Staff 4 Math Club 4 Vice President 4 Girls Sports 2 3 Cheerleading 2 3 4 Stuart A Shemberg ll Tower General Staff 4 Future Teachers 4 Chess Club 2 German Club 2 Riding Club 3 JV Basketball 2 V Basketball 3 4 Varsity Club 4 Frank Sinatra German Club 3 4 Rifle Club 2 Llnda Smlthey Linda Tower General Staff 4 Play Comm1ttee 3 4 Gym Club 2 3 4 Dance Comm1ttee 3 4 G1rls Sports Counc1l 3 OHic1als Club 2 G1rls Sports 2 3 Cheerleadlng 2 3 4 A Cappella Cholr 4 G1rls Sports 4 Nancy Smart Nancy Fair Lawn H. S. Fair Lawn N. J. Art Club 3 Future Teachers 3 4 French Club 3 Span1sh Club 4 Secretary 4 Debate Club 3 GITIS Sports 3 4 OHic1als Club 3 Carolyn SDIESZ Honor Soclety Class Counc1l 4 Trzad General Stall' 2 Operetta Cast 2 Orchestra 3 4 Play Comm1ttee German Club 3 4 Inter H1 Y Counc1l 4 Slgma H1 Y 3 4 Pres1dent 4 G1rls Sports 2 3 4 f""x 'Cs id '57 Jacquel1ne Ann Steck Jackze Trzad General Staff 3 Mlxed Chorus 2 3 Operetta Cast 2 3 Play Comm1ttee French Club 2 3 Inter H1 Y Counc1l 3 Delta H1 Y 2 Dance Comm1ttee Majorettes 2 3 4 Davld Smith Dave T1mothy Sodmann Tzm Sen1or Sc1ence Club 3 4 Chess Club 3 4 Russlan Club 4 German Club 2 Stage Crew 3 4 Debate Club 3 Mary Lou Sprague Honor SOCICIY 3 4 Class Counc1l 3 4 Tower General Staff 4 Trmd General Staff 3 Operetta Commrttee 2 4 Play Commlttee 3 4 Math Club 4 Span1sh Club 2 3 4 Dance Club 4 Tr1 Omega H1 Y 2 3 GIIIS Sports 2 3 4 fx Pete Can1s1us I-hgh School 2 WW Ronald Storfer Ron , '2 l ' ' I ,3, 4 2, ,U4 f ' ' ' n , ,4 ' U 3, 4 ' if . ' I , . .U 1 " , ,4 1 f 1 Billie Jo Squire p Peter Stahrr Jo -. if 4 ' ,v,I -:Z,,,' 4 4 y,.t , 4 J ' e?F?f:g?Qz A - 1 fl , 1' ' '2, 3 . - I 3 Linda Tallman Lyn Student Council 2 Tower General Staff 4 Triad General Stall' 2 Opfretta Committee Play Committee 4 Spamsh Club 2 3 Delta H1 Y 2 3 Girls Sports 2 3 4 Lindy Lee Thompson Lzn Student Council 3 4 Class Council 2 3 4 Class Officer President 2 A Cappella Choir 3 4 Secretary 4 Operetta Cast 2 3 4 Operetta Committee 3 Thespians 3 4 President 4 Kathleen Stotz Kathy Triad General Staff 2, 3 Variety Show Cast 4 Variety Show Committee 4 Future Teachers 3, 4 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross Council 3, 4 Dance Committee 3, 4 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4 James Taylor Big T Kenmore High School Kenmore N Y 2 Operetta Committee 3 4 Spanish Club 4 Delta Rho Hi Y 4 V Baseball Intramurals Roger Tota Rog Riding Club 4 Rifle Club 3 4 Richard Tarquinio Tark Volleyball 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 David Thuman Toom Variety Show Committee Student Union Gen Staff 3 Scribblers 3 4 JV Football 2 JV Baseball 2 3 4 Varsity Club 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 14? al 54 Susan Sturgeon Sue Honor Society 3, 4 Class Council 4 A Cappella Choir 3, 4 Vice President 4 Operetta Cast 3, 4 Play Cast 3 Variety Show Cast 3, 4 Spanish Club 4 James R Thompson Jimmy A Cappella Choir 2 3 4 Operetta Cast 2 3 4 Operetta Committee 2 Play Committee 2 3 Russian Club 4 German Club 2 4 Dance Committee 3 4 Intramurals 2 4 Gabor Toth Gabe Honor Society 3 Class Oflicer Treasurer 4 Math Club 3 4 German Club 3 V Football 3 4 JV Swimming 2 V Swimming 3 Tennis 2 3 - r t v ,,,,i 4 . 9 - 'l , ' ag 1 , 3 f '- if ' l , ' ' ' 4' 3 - . 2, ,4, v i Q34 'f I ' 1 ' I 2 , ' ,4 , I K ' , 4 I7 is A - , ' EX: g, :IG ' Xen ,-., ' tu' , ,Q 'f-N, ,J ,,tfL :2g3- 5 ., 'a'5""'- -C,-gl iff "' J Louis Toth Lou Honor Society 3, 4 Student Council 4 Math Club 4 German Club 3, 4 V Football 3, 4 JV Swimming 2 Tennis 2 ,dv Diana Truman Honev Student Council 3 Operetta Committee 3 Future Teachers 3 4 Riding Club 3 4 Rifle 4 Girls Sports 2 3 Mary Ellen Uslak Honor Society 3 4 Tower Exec Stat? 4 Operetta Committee Play Committee 3 4 Future Teachers 3 4 Math Club 4 French Club 2 3 4 President 4 Slgma H1 Y 4 Dance Committee 2 3 Girls Sports 4 ii' ls. ,3K",' John Towle Mickey Band 2, 3 Variety Show Committee 3 Math Club 2, 3 Chess Club 2, 3 ---r Rifle Club 2, 3 -Y Sandra Trac Sandy Girls Sports Council 2 swim clubz 3 '3 53 1 Water Follies 2 3 4 Water Follies Committee W' 3 Girls Sports2 3 4 Anne Tufts Student Council 3 Orchestra 2 Play Cast 3 Play Committee 4 German Club 2 3 Historian 3 VICC President 4 Dance Club 4 Riding Club 3 4 Girls Sports 3 ICS 17 wt? 55 3-df' Ruth Tuchman Ruthie A Cappella Choir 3 4 Mixed Chorus 2 Operetta Cast 2 3 4 Variety Show Cast 3 Future Teachers 3 Vlce President 4 French Club 3 4 Marianne Van Burek Tower Exec Stafl'3 4 Triad General Staff 2 3 4 Newspaper Club 2 Girls Glee Club 2 Operetta Committee 3 4 Play Committee 3 4 Variety Show Committee Student Union Gen Staff3 4 Spanish Club 4 Scribblers 3 4 Girls Sports2 3 4 Louis Truesdell Lou Dance Committee 3 JV Football 2 JV Soccer 3 V Soccer 4 Wrestling 2 J V Baseball 2 V Baseball 3 4 Golf 4 2? Mary Jo Uebbmg Holy Angels Academy 2 3 Tatler General Staff 4 French Club 4 Dance Committee 4 Girls Sports 4 lfliffs Y V . . , . , . ,4 3,4 is I 1 v. 1 .s J ' ' I ' 2, , 4 3 g . , s . a s , 4 1 , L ' - , 4 ir 'Q 3 A ' ,4 Jo Q . I l , , ,4 . , ' .. l 'iw Water Follies 3, 4 it 3 1 ' 4 . , , , v f' . I 1 x ' 3, 4 ' Mary Van Dyke Honor Society 3, 4 Band 2, 3, 4 Play Committee 3 German Club 2, 3, 4 Inter Hi-Y Council 4 Sigma Hi-Y 3, 4 Vice President 4 Riding Club 4 Rifle Club 3, 4 Girls Sports 2 3 4 Bruce Wansart W illiam 'T' '95 Raymond H Wedekmdt Rifle Club 2 3 Rifle 4 Dons Walker Triad General Staff 2 3 A Cappella Choir 3 4 Mixed Chorus 2 Operetta Cast 2 3 4 Orchestra 3 Future Teachers 3 4 Variety Show Cast 3 Library Service Club 4 Girls Sports 2 Janet M Webber Jan Operetta Committee 2 Band 2 3 4 Amards 2 French Club 2 3 Secretary 4 Sigma H1 Y 4 Riding Club 3 Girls Sports 2 3 4 56 Linda L. Walgate Honor Society 4 Future Teachers 4 Library Service Club 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 4 Girls' Sports 2 Lynn Wardour Student Council 2 3 4 Student Council Exec Board 3 4 German Club 3 4 V Football 2 3 4 JV Basketball 2 V Track 2 3 4 Varsity Club 2 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Richard H Wedekmdt Riile Club 2 3 Rifle 4 Patricia Ann Wallace Pat Girls Sports 2 Douglas Webster Webby Triad Executive Staff 4 Play Cast 3 Gym Club 4 Dance Committee 4 V Swimming 2 3 V Track 4 Charles Weiss Willie Operetta Committee 3, 4 Play Committee 4 Lens Dusters 3 4 Pres1dent3 4 Spanlsh Club 4 Treasurer 4 Inter H1 Y Council 3 4 Delta Rho H1 Y 2 3 4 Secretary 3 President 4 Robert Willcox Willy Class Council 2 Class Treasurer 2 Tarler General Stall' 3 4 Play Committee 3 Math Club 4 Spanish Club 4 Dance Committee 3 4 JV Soccer 2 V Track 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Janice Weiglein Jan Junior Red Cross Council 3, 4 Girls' Sports 3 John Whetstone Band2 3 4 Bowling 2 3 Peter Williamson Honor Society 3 4 Student Council 3 4 Tower Executive Staff 4 Senior Science Club 3 Biology Club 2 Math Club 3 Russian Club 3 4 Vice President 3 President 4 German Club 2 3 Tennis 4 Steven Welch Steveo Delta Rho Hi-Y 4 Explorers 4 Rilie Club 3 Penelope Williams Penny Operetta Committee 3 Play Committee 3 4 Spanish Club 2 3 4 Inter H1 Y Council 4 Secretary 4 Tri Omega H1 Y 2 3 Chaplain 3 Girls Sports 2 3 4 Water Follies 2 3 4 57 Roslyn Weiner Roz Play Committee 3 French Club 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross Council 2 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4 Sharon Whitley Sher: Tower General Staff 4 Operetta Committee 3 4 Thesplans 2 Play Committee 4 Variety Show Committee Art Club 2 3 Student Union Gen Staff 2 Dance Committee 3 Glrls Sports 2 3 4 Mayorettes 2 3 4 James Wilson Willie Student Council 2 Class Council 2 A Cappella Choir Mixed Chorus 2 Dance Committee 3 4 JV Football 2 V Football 3 4 J! J V3 .9 sg - 2 Joanne Wojtas Jumor Red Cross Counc1l3 4 Presldent 4 Girls Sports 2 3 4 Swim Club 3 'wk it John Zorattl Zorro JV Football 2 Intramurals 2 3 4 CAMERA SHY Nancy Wilson Student Council 2 Triad General Stan' 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 Sigma H1 Y 4 Poetry Club 4 Girls Sports 2 3 4 Frederick Wolf Fred JV Track 2 Intramurals 2 3 Bruce Wollenberg Honor Soclety 4 Semor Science Club 4 Math Club 4 Mary Ann Zuzze Marr Tower General Staff 4 Trzad General Staff 4 Operetta Committee 3 4 Variety Show Commlttee Junior Red Cross Council 2 Library Service Club 2 Dance Commlttee 3 Girls Sports 2 3 4 Stephen Earl Wilson Skip Operetta Cast 4 Alpha Hi-Y 4 Projection Crew J V Soccer 2 V Soccer 3 4 V Track 3 4 Varsity Club 4 Intramurals 2 3 Lawrence Woods A Cappella Choir 3 Mixed Chorus 2 Operetta Cast 2 3 4 Operetta Committee Dance Committee 3 V Football 2 3 4 Varslty Club 2 3 4 Intramurals 3 4 4 3 4 Costello Fdmund Durkm que Ferrerl Nlcholas Gross Gary Hammett Donald Harrlgan Thomas Harrlson Paul Hereth John Hlnchhffe James Jams lhomas Ixrull Clifford Kuhen lVlll1am Ixumrow Edward Lambert Samuel Lucore Girard Osborne Dax 1d RlSOXVlCk Frank Roach vvlulalll Rubenstein Iflllott Schmidt Charles Smlth NIHFCIC Taggart James Urban Ronald - 2 2, 3,4 . , v S Y ! 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Sflllllll-Ilgf V1-rn Ru5l1111g, fgilllfll' 'I'f1tl1, Frzmk l':IIl1'l"y, Bruf-0 Ilolh-11l1:1r-I1. .Vol pz'1'turf1l.' S111- S1-l11x'z1rlz, Mikn- NI1111tgu1111-ry. inlrg, fillflllillly. X 1 I .,...f 1 . I Ci ? H1-1 1 I 1 I4-1,11 1 11 110 S1 111r1rs 111 1111 Ill 1111 1111p11rt111l flu1N1u11 4111 H11 l111s1s 1 F1141 1 E5 , ,, Km, 6 45 1 M, M, '---s-u,,,,,,,, lrcx tm lll ingu IFSOXIS, Harry Dickerson, iurnu f ull nr puted in try-outs for the Lnmr pl ix Our T011 Il Nlndx C irbon Inn I' ntrlkln, and -lane Alice Connelly spent time in the sc-hool lihrzxrv as did uirx thesis plxgued senior. fl fl Y x it 7 4 , ,L 'W' KN,- Q W. Third I4l1llL'il""I'0i2lXiltillll and fund :after fifth hour. Must of these lute enters were seniors, who used illllidliillll' to sing l'UllgI'ililll2ltillll5 :ind hirthdzuy greetings to their f'i2lSSIllllt0S und to take ZldVZlIltllg.fl' of the nmny lmke sales. Ay feniom we bit our ftrzde. E' i A - i, T A i ie e 9 P mass' :nl UUQ if i ,, am: ,gf is mtv' Linda Snlithey and Carolyn Spiesz were two of the many heads of organizatiuns xvhu raised nmney and eontrihuted their serviees :ls part of their duties of ofiiee. ,J gf E . i ll Nlr-. Nlzllwm-y5:11-pzlrm-llwm-.rx 5111- S. lmglrlf, ,lumly , fVnL.N,,, lf f , B4-c-ky fiillwrt, l'vtvr sYllll1llIlh4IIl,ZllHl Pnl Vyprws pn-puro fur nm- ul' tllc lin-mry Sl'llllIIZlI'S in tln- l.Illlbll Lllllllpll' 5IY4IllSUI'l'll mmntlllv ln' tln- linglinll l,1'lD2lY'lllN'lIl. X ' .. JJQI jizz l z 3 . e S Q f 1 , 5 Senior girls lzxkv all . in work and in play x':ultugv nl' ilu-ir 1-amy luvzxtinlx in tlu- sc-1-mul floor lm-km-r "stur1ks." 75 ul bw-if-f-at Trip The pause that refreshes: punch and cookies are served by sophomore boys to the dancers. The music of hir. Zimmerman, Junior High School teacher, and his hand accompanied the dancers. 6 ' Wt The Seniors and their Junior hosts take a few moments out for con vcrsation. .IUNICR PROM 1959 The Junior Prom, at which the junior class was host to the grad- uating seniors, was held on May 22, 1959. "South Pacific Para- dise" was the first selni-formal dance to be presented by our class, but the result of careful planning and effort was a dance of which we can all be proud. King Joel Murphy and Queen Bonnie Xdornetto were attended by Gail Chamberlain, Betty SC'llI'lX er Pat Gourlay, and Lyn Clark. 62 Dancers glide past tlle "l5re:un" tlirone. ed nt tulrles to Zlilllllfl' the decorations :ind wziteli tlie dancers. A' X E-j,tQ ' lj! 'xxx-"f Kg! if ix, SENIOR BALL 1959 f A 75 M Un December 5, 1959, the Senior Ball for seniors and their dates was held in the boys, gym from nine until twelve. Music was pro- vided for the "December l,I'CitIIlH by Eddie Diem and his band un- til the coronation of the king and queen, which clilnaxed ai most successful evening. Large silver angels were the focal point of the blue, green, and white decora- tions. Pat Slodden, Elin llentze, Xlillie Alessi, and Gwen Plge ittend King Nick Ferreri and Queen Uirol ,if gg. WM .a. , , ,V Lf! - Xu 7865 ,4 ui-'ls ,0 Z 4"?g Qqd 1960 Wharf 9011146 f Camp' M- 5 QN X 00' phh UA 0 ot- uu.0 9 sm gxuow ll nav sf 1 SENIOR ALPHABET lxaren Xnthonx qharon Ballu l at Slodden J me Connellx QOIIIIIC I ong LX n LQXVIS Sandy 'I racy Nllllle Alessi C arol Hlrseh Betty Lock Sue Sehvs arta Nlarxanue Van Burek Carole Machelner Judy Baumler Hope McDonnell l enny G Lge If llen McNamara Lamllle 1 rovenzo lllarcy Rowan hlargo Brown L3 nn Lekhert Jog ee 1' ullerton Amy Darlleh Judy Llay ton Laney Boda -xthletle Blushmg Capable Dancer Eater Fhrt Gulllble Heartbreaker Irreslstlble Joker knowledge L0qudClOUS N onehalant Optlmlstle Personallty Qulet Refreshmg Sophlstleated Twosome L nxq Y ersatlle VV1tty X unknow n Q X awnmg Zlpps A0"' ed,AgQnL0ll cf 5' G59 p0't yo uahtw av ff' "N ACHS P TA. IQ-u 64 Joe Lagglano John Hoeehst Terry I aas Dax e Burrell Larry Woods Randy c,1dI1fI'0IlC Dick bhults Bob Anderson 'Xlek Ferxerl John D u IS Frank Emery Tom lnola Tons Roberts Gene 'Hora Frank D1Loren1o Greg Hlller L5 Il W ardour Daw e Qoffas B111 Bonner 1 ete VV1ll1amson 1 aul Fle1schauer J lfll Taggart I ete Florella Jlm Hlnchhffe John Ixnox f G D u 1' ' l ' - Y J . L , Z 1 l 1. , ' V 4 v I 'S ' v v' I I' D ' l Av' 4 -Q ' ' ' 2 fs l I -' I . tv ,. .1 Lindy Smithey BI-BI-BI-HI Dave Cook aff l. xl . e , A '13 I U 1 1 . 'A I . . ' , r , ' l ' ue ' x ' ' v ' ' ' J '. Y , . . s . V ' '- , ' , 1 ' T. V , A - , f O . s nab Q " L 9 A 5' 5 9 THE JUNIOR CLASS OF AMHERST CENTPAL HIGH SCHOOL fhf- Hlpplmt U Us of Your Llfc O"'lfOf"I 3 A 1 Farce rx X511 se- Now 13 L L I5 D A Adults 750 UNDERCLASSMEN CLASS OFFICERS Bob Clarkson V100 presldent Jlm Curry presldent Charlotte Cleveland secretary Blake Bergen treasurer AD""'1 To ulvm 'Lam' Nl' The Class Councll found an out let for lts Junior splrlt and dr1ve when lt planned the Junlor Prom Hard worklng commxttees pre sented a memorable evening of fun and danclng Thls years councll met wlth the Senlor Class Councll to dls cuss the overcrowdlng at recent Jumor 1 roms The Class of 1961 decldcd to be the last group to 1nv1te the senlor class to lts prom Students and faculty acknowl edged the mature Judgment and farslghtedness 6Xh1blt6d by thls class and 1ts leaders CLASS 0F 1961 The Junlor Class IS always determined to prove lts superlorlty over other classes at Amherst This year s enthuslastlc 392 were no exceptlon Wlth the spmted leadership of thelr officers and class councll the class of 1961 wholeheartedly supported the magazine drlve and won the prize money for the most successful class CRemember the subscrxptlon party at Sally Howard s and the can can dancers ln assen1bly?D The tradltlonal Junlor Play and Prom were presented with an efficlent exuberance that awed the sophomores and abashed the senlors MISS Butt ably served as class advlser CLASS COUNCIL Hou I Iudy Tomczak Ann Osborn Karen Anderson Charlotte Clex eland Jlll Kam rass Karen Berner Marlene Vowmkel Judy Carpenter Row II Marian Butt advlser Mlke Torrlllo Blake Bergen Bob Clarkson Tom Thomas Ben Lnttle Carol Jenkins Joe Morlcca Art Fay Andy Sowers Front Jlm Curry MISS BUTT 121 Row I: Hope Lisk, Annette Freeborn, Donna Creamer, Karen Kahn, Fred- ericka Grammer, Nancy Schultz, Kihm Richardson, Joan Blick. Row Il: Sandy Jo Schmidt, Linda Connally, Marilyn Schanzer, Barbara Coughlin, Christy Martin, Barbara Gian. Ann Osborn. Row III: Janice Levy, Linda Bruninga, Helen Cutman, Linda Donald, Audrey Spaeth, Pat Holehouse, Martha Dugan. MR. GARVER G-2 Row I : Conrad Christel, Bob Jackson, Tim Houlihan, Steve Gerstman, Clark Simonds, Don Barillari, Dick Benchley, John Schimenti, Bob Southall. Row ll: Bernie Gaus, Ted Wiss, Dick Ostroff, Joe Cesareo, Jim Curry, Joe DiVita, Jefl' Simon, Arthur Fay. Row lll.' Steve Crafts, Bernhard Derbsch, Steve Mitch- ell, Dennis Grotke, Glenn Kamerson, Eric Anderson, Al Gretch, Dale Gruber. MR. BAIR 217 Row I: George Ollary, Dave Whitman, Sidney Ehreneich, Jack Glaser, Jim Sak- lad, Pete Schuck, Thomas Bartlet, Bill Schweitzer. Row II: Roger Poette, Dave Pomolantz, Tom Rice, Joel Travelstead, George Brighton, Al Applebaum, Blake Bergen, Walter Boswell. Row III: Dave Rowland, Emerson Harrison, Russ Mc- Call, Joel Haber, Dick Hadsell, Scott Armstrong, Ackley Blocher, Jeff Jerge. MISS LONG 306 Row I: Joyce Kaufman, Liz Lipsett, Virginia Oehler, Carol Jerris, Diane Prisinzano, Karen Samsing, Donna Blair. Row ll: Dianne Skelton, Pat Ludwig, Michelle Munson, Kiana Kuhn, Midge Rainforth, Rae Greco, Connie Foy. Row III: Carol Wilson, Sue Patton, Joan Tupay, Lucille Stell, Betty Hardin, Pat Riley, Claudia Gray. MRS MALONEY 319 Ifou I Teresa Berger Phyllis Font Carol Oddo Sally Hart Mary Jordan Sue Sutton Barbara Begin Ixancy Pngel hardt Hou Il Carol Cummings Chris Gentleman Caroline Tufts Audrey Bm gel Jayne Edwards Karen Berner Bon me Campbell Row Ill Grace Gates Grace Wlttig Kris Kubala Sally Par kmson Madeline Towne Sandy Smith Beverly Rosenovs MR PATELUNAS 118 MISS MORRIS Row I Jackie Il8lITl0Ildl Judy Fisher Joan Somers Veronica Vasko Kathy Beck Dale Paxenson Virginia Joseph lretchen l'hmann lfnw ll Patricia food Sue Ostermeler Sandy Amlgone -Joan Wicker Sandy Neubauer Mary Jou Agricola Virginia Jletr Rosemary Damtz Row Ill Judy Tomcvak Drma Fried Juanita Ieach Sally Gleason Pat Meyer Leslie Bechtel Row I Daxe Schreiber Kurt Kloesz Wayne Walter Jim Cummings Marshall LUSIC Pete Urbanek Bob Clark Huw ll Charles Nunn Frank Daniels Bruce Mc- Kinney Ceorge Brown Jouis Sabo Ben- nett J ittle John Hughes. Row Ill: James Braun James Pawlowski Charles Apple- by Bob Hotfrnan Julius Shaneson feorge lolibersuch Bob Metcalf. Ab- sent: Jonah Kleinstein Bil Puffer Larry Ferm. MISS RIX Row I: .Judy Hastreiter, Paula Ford Bar- bara Denardo, Linda Williams Sue Batt Sue Deir-hman, Barb Keefe. Huw ll: Sharon Curtiss Beverly Alexander Judy Nieman, Zo Ann Payne, Pat Telfair, Maureen Freenawalt f"lle Pierce. Hou' Ill: Nancy Smith, Darleen Zepp, Char- leen Goodheart, Elsie Keller, Linda Thielke, Carolyn Constantino, Beverly Diamond. I Ruth Kaeselau, Barbara Ferroni, Carole MRS. ROBILLARD 217 Rau' I: Cheryl Filsinger, Kathy VVarner, Nancy Tobin, Sue Mullins, Diva Leone, Betsy Smith, Gail Homberger, Marilyn Mitchell, Maureen Flanigan. Rou' II: Cynda Dentinger, Carol Blair, Linda Way, Ruth Machover, Judy French, Maureen Mills, Barbara Grable, Sharon Carr, Joana Sheedy. Hou' III: Karen Colvin, Margie Flagg, Lorraine Hanaka, Marlene Vowinkel, Barbara Grover, Mullen. MR. ROSENBERRY 116 Run I Bradley Meador M iavazzi D ne Ixotok Fred Henrich Mike I' berz Paul Ixukoda Al Schrlver Jim Lannon Hou II Jon Carson Tom Thomas Bob Freeborn Mike Iapin Mike Dalton lick 1 lllD01"t Bill Downing Pd Nlelson Hou Ill Bruce McPherson Stuart Wil son Tom Lohouse Bob Smith Don Hausner Tom Ryan Mike Schall John Hangen Russell Constantino I eorge Smith MR SALTARELLI 1 Hou l lohn Askew Jeff Baldwin Prrol Daniels lim Patterson Dean Nelson Bruce Joyee -Xl Stange George Olson Bob Obenauf Hou II Dave Evens Rog er Presley Wlarwm Stocker Joe Morieca Dave Wlndfleld Bob Wind John Roth rock l,lIll6l Paterson Row Ill Gerald Friedman Mike Gallery Don Leslie Dick kennedy Fd Haug Bob Beck strand Bull Berschou Bob Clarkson MR SCHONEWOLF 302 Hou I Ilcnn Nushouse Michael 'lor rillo NIlCl139ll5Llllll6I' Wayne Stem Ste phen Williams lon Ulu er Frank 'Uoska luk Rau ll Wayne Imdstrom Nlichacl Md ee Mark Wilkinson Jack Bltzer ferald Xnderson Xllan Xckendorf Rob ertTerr1ll Abvent 'Nlichaelbraham Wil ham Nassel 'lom Rlegelman MR. STARKWEATHER 313 Row I: Jerry Graser, Tom Grady, Steve Janis, Fred Briggs, Rick Farlow, Clark Goetzmann, Dick Haas. Row ll.' Ken Crawford, Dave Lettrnan, Al Kraatz, Brian Filsinger, Ed Carney, George Can- field, Jim Sinclair. How lll.' Dick Freder- ick, Leo Ferris, Tom Bell, Carl Faso, Jack Fisher, Marc Yahn, Bob Sharbaugh. 1 MRS. WILLIAMS 214 How 1: Betty Bosworth, Gail Meade, Kar- en Backus, Cathic Charters, Ann Morse, Judy Glaser, Joann Leonardo, Sue VVein- berg. Hou' ll: Joan Duc-tor, Betty Flink- man, Marylyn Stocker, Arlene Graz-zyk, Ruth Jackson, Sally Howard, Karen Anderson, Judy Carpenter. Hou- Ill: Karen Smith, Joanie Boebel, Mary Pot- ter, Donna Glasser, lNIarion Butterfield, Claudia Schneider, Mary Ann Metzger. I MRS. STURGEON 218 Row I.' Marilyn Meier, Carol Reiman, Betty Jane Nelson, Joyce Beiter, Rosita Scheske, Pat Catalte, Charolette Cleve- land, Jane Suor. Row ll: Diane Honetzy, Lee Malone, Sue Featherstone, Carol Jenkins, Linda Jacbsen, Debbie Glover, Jeri Jacobs, Sue Welch. Row Ill: Bar- bara Bateman, Sandy Tsaconas, Sherry Werner, Barbara Krause, Carol Scibetta, Ruth Glennon, Nancy Evans. MR. VAN AKEN Cafe Row I: Joe Howard, Gary Lucas, Jerry Cappello, Larry Brassell, Don Shapiro, Jonathan Adel, Paul Simon, Tony Car- tonia. Row II: Dick Staiman, Andy Sowers, Don Eddy, Doug Birrell, Bill Sigworth, Neil Gertis, Jim Keller, Tom Riester. Row lIl.' Bill Saad, Ed Castine, Bob Lewis, Ray Tufts, John Lund, George Szimonisz, John Bryan, Bill Desing. 7 L . 5 JUNIOR PLAY Ute ,klappiedf .law 0 your en Seated: Sue Batt, Blake Bergen, Pat Riley, Linda Way. Standing: Errol Daniels Tom Thomas, Cheryl Filsinger, Bradley Mearlor, Jo Ann Sheedy, Doug Birrell, Barbara Bateman, Bob Clarkson, Bob Shapiro. The players in the three-act farce about what happens when a boys' school and a girls school are located on the same premises. CAST Dick Tassel Rainbow Rupert Billings Godfrey Pond Miss VVhitechurch Miss Gossage Hopcroft Jr. Barbara Cohoun Joyce Harper Mrs. Peck Edgar Sowter Mrs. Sowter Student directors Michele Munson and Steve Gerst- man discuss production plans with llorton Klay- man, adviser. Doug Birrell, Bob Clarkson, Blake Bergen, Pat Riley, Jo Ann Sheedy, Barb Bateman. The faculties of St. Swithen's and Hillary Hall learn that the parents of the students are about to arrive. 71 The Reverend Edward Peck Doug Birrell Thomas Thomas Bob Clarkson Blake Bergen Pat Riley Barb Bateman Bradley Nleador Cheryl Filsinger Joanne Sheedy Errol Daniels Sue Batt Don Sharpiro Linda Way 5 we Ulisog' GTS J 99-Esc T pins is vb - qi' Mapu LIFE ' A of 1091 CLASS OFFICERS feorge Shanks president Bruce Blglh secretary Denn1sDuBo1s nee president Jeanna Albee treas urer 'lf 0, so QUT? Q 'K O QQ9' 9 These elected representatlves were responslble for guldmg the class of 1962 maklng thelr first year at Amherst as beneflclal as posslble to the Sophomores and the rest of the school This year s eouncll truly reflected the splrlt of the students they represent Seated leanne Albee B'1rhVlallaee I lulette 13551 opulos Bonnie Cray Shelley Blll0Y!lLZ Melba Klrsehenbaum Kristen Culwer Bruce Begun Stand mg Joe Mummery Bob Ungerer Duck Anderson Al Levus Chris Noell Roger Vanderlxp Jun Beane Dennis DuBois CLASS 0F 1962 The Class of 1962 impressed the Jumors and Seniors lmmedlately by thelr poise and qulek adjustment to high school llfe lhese Sophomores have been enthusl 3StlC from thelr first day at Amherst Durlng the annual magazine drxve the Sophomores were close on the heels of the Semors their volces were certamly the loudest ln the pep assemblies The Sophomore Party on January 30 was an example of underclass mgenulty The decorated gym had dancing on one slde and featured games on the other' The w1n nmg upperelassmen have no qualms about handing Amherst over to the Sophomores CLASS COUNCIL MRS. ATKINSON 221 Row I: Mary Privitera, Janice Ustroff, Blarcia Tracers, Barbara Kuherka, Linda Neuer, Sue York, Carol Newhouse, Jane Colgrove. Rau' II: Diane Chernilla, Sandy Higgins, Martha Smith, Candy Muni, Bfartha VVelch, Ila WVeissnian, Teresa Benzino. Row III: Eugenie Duprey, Don- na Rice, Judy Hanlon, Caroline Lorentz, Ellen Rogeran, Linda Hunt, Karen Kir- wan. Row IV: Bobby WVeaton, Karen Schloch, Cassandra Lape, Linda Fude- man, Jill lNIeyer, Ellen Trumpler, Chris- ten Colver. MR. GELSINGER 220 How I: Dennis Kerr, Chuck Osborne, Bill Eves, Bob Pitman, Fred Hirsh, Ricky Anderson, Doug Welch. Row II: Tom Hall, Tim Will, Tony Ligotti, Al Barber, Mike Wolf, Paul Dahler, Joe Hiano. Row Ill: Tom Vasco, Dick Kennedy, Barry Kasonic, Mike Thiedeman, Peter Cle- ment, George Ludwig, Jim Mulvihill. Row IV: Charles Hobart, Glenn Bruno, Tom Seddon, Bob Schieder, Jack Wotjas, Ken Haas. MISS HILDEBRAND 8 C Row I: Anita Schaffran, Jane Andrews, Violet Burke, Judith Quandt, Kathy Car- roll, Judith Grell, Jessie Andrews. Row Il: Susan Niederpruem, Kathy Sutter, Dorothy Speakman, Mary Ellen Davies, Dorothy Fetter, Donna Brant, Hollis Fingold. Row Ill: Carol Leviness, Sandra Ziegler, Judith Christ, Judith Stein, Joan Van Burek, Nancy Ottney, Joanne Devitt. Row IV: Peggy Hudson, Jill Pel- son, Janet Moore, Jacqueline Rosenow, Margaret Hausehka. Absent: Virginia Long. MRS. HUSBAND 127 Row l: Kathy King, Pam Payton, Sue Turner, Susan Rivo, Judy Gee, Victoria Maggon, Georgia Miller, Bonnie Miller. Row ll: Sharon Blair, Sue Rinebolt, Nancy Cree, Kathy Hanney, Jane Spina, Mary Vallee, Beverly Dumke. Row lII.' Maureen Creagh, Wendy Hudson, Clair Wolfel, Mariea Linch, Sandra Treash, Judy Varrasa, Marcia Schmidt. Row IV: Maryann 0'Connor, Paulette Tassio- pulos, Laurie Small, Sue Trout, Barbara Hammond, Mary Lou Gapinski, Judy Bevis. MR KLAYMAN M 2 Rau I Richard 'VIcLaughl1n Bill Frit ton Don Warren Jeff Benson Curtxss Montgomery John Pomeroy Walter Bembenlsta Henry Hanson Jim Beane Rau II Steye Witt Kent Korber Jim Sorensen Floyd Zaepfel Tom Murdock Joe Spath Dave Host Tom Davies Paul Schlrra Hou III Richard Tuttle Allan Bergsma Gary Boechel Lance Harrison Dennis DuBois Howard Robertson Fred Hetzendorfer B1ll Gourlay Brian Durr MR McALLISTER 115 Hou I Bob Jackson Dick Bookhagen Bob Hardin Pete Stancampxano Maury Zaplowitz Ceorge Frost Chrls Noell Dlck Dow Row II Dennis fentleman Chuck Sclbetta Ray Kamorowskl Craig Robinson John Johnson Ronnie Korec Harold Davis John Bltner Rau III Al Berchau Paul Neuman Clark Chap man Terry McGovern Jan Wilde Jim Turner Joseph Holzschuh Dick Reltz Row I Pat Flanlgan Ronnie Small Jan ICC Gross Sue Siegel Joyce OstroH' Jean Albee Margaret Weber Hou II Sue DeWein Linda Hughes Sharon Lewis Barbara Briggs hlelba Kirschenbaum Karen Remmes Kathy Charette. Row Ill: Bonnie Casciani Judy Meyer Nan- cy Schick Annette Walvo Judy Zucarelli Karen Fingold, Jeanne Peck. Row IV: Sue Langer, Ann Hudson Jan Christen- sen, Janice Dowell Ann Spiesz Sarah Robinson, Cynthia Siewkiewicz. MISS METZ 125 Row I: Barbara Abbey, Cheryl Henrich, Judy Henricks, Lee Elardo, Susan Lynds, Karen Shepard, Joyce Patterson, Bonnie Gray. Row Il.' Linda Lawrence, Kathy Gerstner, Sharon Watson, Nancy Pod- bielniak, Carol Steffan, Kathy Cunning- ham, Linda Lyons, Pat Streeter. Row III: lNIary Ann Borowski, Barbara Clark, Linda VVolfe, Ann Lewinnek, Vicki Riley, Beth Ruhlman, Leigh Truby. Row IV: Gail Sanford, Dawn Beisiegel, Carolyn Miller, Renee VVesson, Linda Greenburg, Elizabeth Stapler, Ann Boy- lan. MR. ORGEK 316 Row I Joe Huber John Nlemg -Xl Haf ner Bruce Ariz Ronald Root John Hen rg John Teuh Bob I ngerer Hou ll lurk Behrens Bob Ixlllheffer Bob Im derman Jlm Kleunns D1Ck Bxssel Ern est Yalentme John lNutefall Dare Dust man Hou Ill lynn Rusch Daxe Cook Joe XIUIIIIIIQTQ Paul Wlerrell John lxak potrlck l'd Weber Gerry Zangl MRS PARK 209 Hou I Sandra Daily Sandra Van Korn Wlarlene Kwlfek Call betman Lmda Shuttleworth Mary -Xnn Young Carol Sandstrom Hou 11 Ioretta Russ Lou Ann lawrence Pat Rapp Carol R-lrog Lmda Mohr Barbara Adams Denise Schober Rau Ill Lmda Lapey Grace Nlxtchell Barbara Lee Nancy Stlehler Shelley Blllovutz 'Nlarsha Hoffman kathy Fnglert Hou IP Nlarllyn Bur stem Bomta Lzfachorow sk: Donn 1 Stege meyer Barbara Jones Pat Flagg Ioan McCall Lmda Koepf MR PETERSEN Hou I MlCh36lBf0WHSt6lH D'lYld Rudd Iohn Merrill Tom Hwckenberry Bob Pomlchter Andy Kulberg Tun Hart Pit Beauchamp Hou ll Inn bmltll Duck Granger John Puchalskl lfred Ylctorf Charles Nhller Jun Blonln Bull Keller Row III Roger Roth lohn Swanson Jlm Yehle Due bteln Bruce Begun Irm Ieon John Cry st MR POMEROY R011 I Robert V5 agner Paul Iessel f or don Store I :rv Costello Ierrw Hesch Pat Bordon :ro leff Urtman Ixlpp C rick 'ml In Bodl Rau ll Petrr baltarmlh lrckf llman Bob Nash Blll Humphreys Frank Sfhoemann 'Stephen Fll'lSf.81Il Bill Vhlson Isen Fragale Rou Ill Pugenc fooprlder lohn Iahr Dau Shmnton Dru 'Nici rrly wwllllllll C amp bell 1 lrl Bush lohnB1ker Xl Pufp'1I'T . , A ,A - I ' I I ' v 1 w V , C , l . ' . QI I 4 - I I I - I I ' . . , , , . , . , ' - I 4 9 I ' . l ' I I '. . , . 4 I I I Y V , - . . . , 1 , v 1 1 if 1 I I f K I , 1 . . , A s s 1 I ,A 1 ' 7. 1 ' , . .. - . . , ' . I. , 1 , . , . - I ' Y I ' , . . v 1 I v ' v' ' I 1 I . , . , , , a , 1 4 y 1 Q .f.- - . . . . , . , '. , I 1 , ,. . . . . A , , . .' , 1 I I 4 I 7 ,1 A , , '.'. . . , . , 1 - y 11 v l v . r , I1 U , , 1 y , . ,., , 4 . ,.:p' 2. ' I - ':- , .1 I , . . , 'v., 1 r ' 1 , r ' , . , v ' , , ,. . , , . , , ' 1 . '. V " '. '. L ' , 1 'A 1 , 1 1 - I '1 - 1 . , . . ,. . ,I 1 . MR. REITZ 210 Row l.' Dan Naber, Dave Kane, Dick Thayer, Richard Roth, Kevin Kilbridge, Curtis Eckhert, John Oldach, Paul Bauer, Ron Vanderlip. How Il.' John Locurto, VVilliam Kirchofer, Leonard Kieffer, Roger Tunmore, John VVebstcr, Wayne King, Louie Cederman, Al Hummer. Hou' IIl.' Charles Shorten, Raymond Flon, Roland Dalgleish, Frank Moore, Joe Guagliardo, Ed Seiifert, Dale Ha- gerty, Bill Denall, Robert Koehler. A - L3 x MR. ROWLEY 120 Row I: Mike Flanigan, George Wagner, Clay Ackerman, Jim Roberts, John Irv- ing, Floyd Ponivas, Bruce Jansen, Don Ryan. Row ll: Gerald Nagowski, John Lee, Dick Falk, Lloyd Wilson, Mike Sturgeon, Bob Cotharin, Jim Eberhardt, Victor Gilbert. Row III: Jon Verhaven, Charles Sottile, Dan Chuba, Doug Hereth, Dave Monin, Dick Anderson, Andy Suzow, George Shanks. MR. SPITZER 211 Row I: Cliff Beck, Roger Niesen, Chris Burke, John Bookhagen, Al Parenti, Dick D'Amico, Bruno Kielich, Hugh Bickford. Row II: John Deane, Boh Brassel, Al Kistner, Fletcher Simpson, Jim Colling- wood, Dave Beyer, Dick Costanzo. Row III: John Wardour, Richard Brown, Bill Strom, Al Lewis, Garry Munson, Jim Dearman, John Ammerman. Snfakered Sophr Start rom the Bottom Up Q., .1' sa fi :ie 6 ij-3 5. F . X X 3 fs b , 4 . V p. Marshall Cusic, Blake Bergen, Ackley Bloclier, Sid Ehrenreich, Bob Clarkson, Andy Sowers, and Jim Pawlowski rally the Juniors during ig the magazine drive. U nderclmzfmen in Anembl 48' 1 1 t' I Nw George Shanks, Andy Suzo, and John YVardour ini- press the upperclassmen with their singing skills. 41 77 l Vmded actzbfities and .fu bjkflf made ten months' fl gf Une of the most clesirefl Courses of umlerelzissiiieii was Driver l'l1li1eation. Ilere Klr. Vain .Xken illstruets Ray Tufts, -lou Adel, and Paul Simon so that they Illiiy receive the prized "blue card." llalnees like this were held in the Girls' Gym hy the Stuflellt lvllltlll and sc-11001 pllllllt'2lllUIlS. 'rt'lltll :xml eleventh graders looked forwzirrl to these for mixing :mtl tl1llli'lIlgIbllllflfllllll- ties. it 1 sim ll often foiiml their may to the ezifeteriai ln-fore :incl :after seluml to tht t l in iehines :incl to srmeizilize. A C H S presents BURTON LANE and E Y HARBURG FEBWUARY II I2 I3 I96O AMHERST CENTRAL AUD TORIUM N TPEET srwonsz -I Ie copm W SQISJ ACTIVITIES EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Sealed Sue Schwartz Fdltor Standmg Marsha Hornburg Iynn Eckhert Annette Gllhland Becky Gllbert Mr Clarence Spitzer Adviser The staff Towers over the lay out TQWER SECTION EDITORS Kathy Owens Frank Emery Diary Lllen Uslak Marianne VanBuek Joyce Fullerton Pete Wllllamson Mary Kay Santmlre studymg the fruit of their labor 80 This year s TOWER IS dlstmctlve for the amount of enthuslasm and effort put forth by its staff The seniors who pro duced the book will long remember the many seventh hours spent ln fruitful work and friendly consultation the smug secretive smlles they exhibited when questloned about the theme or the dedl cation the hllarxous pubhclty stunts ln assembly the bake sale and record hop to ralse money and the mterschool con ferences where they learned about pro ducmg a good yearbook Members of the staff worked eagerly toward the common goal of an orlgmal dlgnlfied record of their senior year at Amherst We hope that readers of our book feel we have been successful STAFF Edltor ln Chief Layout Copy Edltor Art Edltor Photo Edltor Sectlon Edltors Senlor I nderclassmen Sports Boys Sports Girls Sue Schwartz Elmabeth Gilbert Marsha Hornburg Annette Gxlllland L5 nn Eckhert Nlarlanne Y an Burek J 05 ce Fullerton Frank Emery Kathle Owens Features Actlvltles Mary Kay Santmlre Peter Vlllllamson Buslness llanager Hope McDonnell Clrculatlon Judy Baumler Advertlsmg Pat Slodden Typist Gayle Henseler Advlser Clarence Spltzer . , . . . . , 7 . I - l, . . 9 9 9 , - . , A . : , . , - a 1 ' x - ' 9 'N-.. ' ' f Y . A e r . . ., 1 1 9 ,x ,. . ,wp 9 v .--"" . . . ,. . . A r A 1 . . I 9 ! 1 I ' V 9 - . . JUNIOR APPRENTICES ADVERTISING STAFF IHS! in s Svuhvl: Sliltllll' f'l1:lrtvrs, Marion lilittcrlit-ld, Marilyn Scluluzcr, Leslie H1-airing tlw results of tlw tlIlVt'l'liSillg Cillllpiligll from Put Slocltleu urc- lit-4-lm-I. Smmlfng: .Xrlonv firm-zyk, ROSUIIIIIFY Uuuitz, Sandy Ami- Suv llm-Iuka-, l"r:1uk ITTLUFUIIZO, Nancy Boclzi, .lollu HilI'lt', Paul gouv. The Junior :assistants study sonic of tht- routine work tliv staflqs l'llL'lSCll2lll0I', :xml Sue Luvkor. Sm-uiurs assign tlwm. Tl1ey'll lmvc their clmucc to give orders in 1961. BUSINESS COMMITTEE 5 U ' IQ, "L 4 TMJ 3 Hope Mc-Dorulcll 1-xplains hor uirmoy-raising , St'llt'Illt'S to.Iu1ly B2IIlllllt'I' and Put Sltltltlvll. SALES STAFF goo GIF Ill ll' Ill Ill igl I .. 0 Q f I I 2 L The luml-working S2ill'Slllt'll rest for u pix-ture. 81 EXECUTIVE STAFF 7 2 3 TATLER Q E Every good high school needs a good newspaper. Amherst's T wtler made the grade by professional evaluation, when the publication was awarded a coveted Buffalo Evening News' trophy at a press conference, for general excellence. The staff met daily to cope with "the frustra- ti0IlS and hard work afforded by tell Row I: Jill Kamrass, Charlotte Cleveland, Mary Jo Eubeng, Steve Sackett, Judy deadlinesf' Baumler, Sharon Carr, Carol Reiman, Linda Gelman. Row II: Sherry Werner, Tom Staff members felt that they success- Harrigan, Sue Roasch, Phil Bangsberg, Charlotte Heckmann, Karen Elliot, Pat Lutwack, Mary Jane Nowak. Row Ill: Eric Anderson, Barbara Gerstner, Bev Rose- fully accomplished their purposes: re- now, Jan Entrikin, Drina Fried, Juanita Leach. cording and publicizing school events and activities, 3,CkI10WlCdglIlg student achieve- Ladies and Gentlemen of the press: The eyes and ears of the tiger rag. ments and interest, and contributing to general school spirit and pride. The Tai- ler was noted for its interest value and bl ' ' k conscientiousness with respect to purpose. Pu Lsdpar ' GENERAL STAFF STAFF Editor-in-Chief Harry Humphreys Second Page Editor Alicia Buerger News Editor Nancy Boda Business Manager Dick Beane Boys' Sport Editor Pete Hauschka Girls' Sport Editor Charlotte Heckmann Circulation JoEllyn Schwartz Photography Jean Lesser Executive Secretary Kathy Mullen NN I Exchange Editor Sue Weinburg H '11-Q. Adviser Janette Atkinson Seated: Harry Humphreys, Alicia Buerger, Nancy Boda, Peter Hauschka. Standing: Dick Beane, Jo Ellyn Schwartz, Sue Weinburg, Jean Lesser, Charlotte Heckmann. 82 Q Seated Susan Batt Tony Roberts Sl10ll2lSl1dplI'O Bruce Hollenbach Douglas Webster Pat Bresnahan 'itandzng Bruce INothm'1nn Vlrglnla Joseph Peter Hauschka lNI1'S 'Vllldred 'Nleese adxlser Llnda Donald Jlll Kamerass Terry Paas Pro emonal Recogmtzon Co-I' ditors: Art St lflll 1 yping: I' ditor: S llcs Editor: STAFF Douglas Webster Bruce Ilollenbach 'atricia Bresnahan Linda Donald Hindi lNIc'1 aggart Sue Batt '1 errv 1 was TRIAD Amherst s fine llterary magazme proy ed its efccellence thls year bw wlnnlng two dlstlnguxshed awards It won the TIBIE mag anne trophy for hlgh school mag amnes and placed first ln lts cate gorv at the ESSPA conference YVe at Amherst have long noted lt as an extraordlnary anthology of art and llterature as we have contributed to It Triad contains selections of prose and poetry wrltten 1n Envllsh classes by stu dents ln seventh through twelfth grades Thls year s staff mltxated a sectlon of student drawn car toons Hrs 'Nleese advlser glves an annual dlnner for the staff 9 -- - , - A t K, F l l 5 if t X v -4 x,-X , .-, 1 , A I' . r ' . . 7 D . Y v ,ys e . . . . . Q . - Q:-., " ' ' - gay U f gg, , ff' ' ' 5 use - ' . . y U D ' Y Y Q I ! S 3 1 . A .' 4 , , , . - . 4 A a V 1 9 I a a - . S U - f . . 0 . , . . . . - - X X . . . . . . , , 1 1 V 1 Q L Q . t 1 . 1 1. ' ' ' . rx u L. w w I J 1 w , lt ' x N 1 -'F 1511 av' is xi... :Jr SCRIBBLERS I Seated Pat Bresnahan Marsha Hornburg Sue Batt Joan Somers Standmg Marianne VanBurek Judy Beverly Mildred Meese adviser Jill Kamrass Lee Bliss Joyce Ostroff Cassandra Lape Paula Ford Ronnie Small Janice Ostroff Since the club's founding mem- bers graduated last year this was the first year that Scrlbblers was led by fresh blood Members who strive to write creatively m the short story form can avail themselves of the rich literary background and experience of their adviser Mrs Meese is an eminent authoress who IS glad to share her knowledge with aspir mg young writers The annual Christmas party at her home is always an enjoyable evening President was Marsha Hornburg secretary Jean Lesser treasurer Jane Connelly Stupknzf Support POETRY CLUB X-...Ah Sealed Lee Bliss Sue Batt I lnda Donald Virginia Joseph Iindy Thompson Harry Dickerson Standmg Joan Somers Jill Kamrass Ronnie Small Rhythm Rhyme Presto Poetry' E2 Poetry Club Through the dedl cation of Mrs 'Vleese adviser critic and msplrer of the mem bers the club has grown ln mem bershlp and achievements Pur poses of the club were ably car rled out this year to understand and appreciate good poetry and to write creative poetry The group was headed by Harry Dickerson president and Nancy Vhlson secretary treas urer Several of the members original rhy med and blank verses we re published ln both the school literary magazine and a national anthology of poetry 1 Ll ,I ' l K . , 7 1 ,. . so Vx X .. 'x ' I . . . 1 ' 5 , Z v Y U I . 9 . ! . 'Y I 9 ! ! ! l I . Y ' fi Lv: lf'- 9 In .Z , Lid' N22 if r-ff-' 35 L4 . Amherst is justly proud of its .g, ' . l , ' ' , . A- V , - -N 47 . ., ' 9 ' , . , F I A ' E7 i ' , X ' A 9 ll 1 4 1 A J V v , W u - L- l. if 1 1 l . V Y A V L x x A 3 it , . . gf' I l. , , 1' ' 1 , ' i - . , 4' , ' 'I 9 S A ' ' , - , - 84 gf' ulll and Scroll lb an honor :rx BOCICLX offering recog nxtlon to those students xx ho show superior achlex ement on the school publlcatlon staffs lnder officers Jean Lesser Harry Humphreys Jo Ellyn Schss arti md xllCl3 Buerger thls tears group sponsored the bprlng Iubllcatlons Banquet to honor the staffs of 1909 60 and to announce the 1960 61 staffs Thex also held Ill ductxon ceremonles ln Feb ruarw and Nlaw Xdxlser of the group IS Hrs Atkinson QUILL AND SCROLL "Qu- lfow I Hope WIcDonnell Iol'llyn Schwart7 Harry Humphreys lean Lesser Pat blodden bhella Sha plro Becky C llbert Row ll 'Nlarsha Hornburg bue Schwartz Louisa Pcelbarger I ynn Fckhert Judy Baumler Wancy Boda Row Ill Bruce Nothmann Peter Hauschka Terry Paas Bruce Hollenbach Duck Beane VVRIT ING GRUUPS Each week a column of school news with the head mg The 'llgertown Re porter appears ln the Am herst Bee Nlembers of News paper Club are reporters for this column fhex fur n1sh the local communxtx vs 1th mformatlon about km herst s scholastlc and extra currlcular llfe Each artlcle appearlng m the Bee IS sxgned by the reporter sw ho collects the news and ss rltcs lt for the column Thls xears edltor was Sandx Amlgone '1 Junlor Hrs Hannel aduses the group of about twenty students NEWSPAPER CLUB Sealed Sandra Amxgone 'Urs Hannel aduser .lull lxamrass Joyce Walker glandzng Dlanne Skelton Pat Iudmg Louisa Lcelbarger John Barre Nancy Schultz Lmda Way 85 . 1 . s - Q 5 A - -N ran . . Q 1 . Y 4 f - , , . C . t ., . Y sa as ' 'C v . .rv ' 5 ,. V V. I Q ,.- - V , .. V 4, 1 1 - V ' ' ' v . R E " fs . , t - , . , . . , - N - 'SP - . . - . . ' ., T " 3' ,, v' v - x ,, 1 D W 4 v g vl A Y . . X A, X , S . -'- 1 5 I - - V V . - . s . . ,. . . ,, . .,. . , a , - . -. VV 1 1 . 1 V , I . .. , 4 , 4 , 4 4 , ui - : A r n v x C it ,f,? ' ' - 452 f 54 ,ilz ' I 2 . l ', v X . , f V , . , r ' c ' ,, ' as 1' ' 1 l as - f ' l 2 ' ,S ' ' V- A -cv ' .A - w - V 1 . , V ' 1 v v 1 - 'r 1 ' ' . .. . f 4- - 1 , 'X . .'x"' 4 W . . v.. V ,. v , l v 4 v A . . L , L . - '. I I Y.'11 . ' . .'. . ' ' . ' - ' A . ,. . , , , .l . V. . , . , . . , 1 'y ' v u v - fr: as The Amherst student studying German IS able to learn more a I GERMAN CLUB 91.1- PY nag. if .LU if .5 w .4 --I '4 4 . -L? I M. wk Qc, . -, '52 L 4 JT S : 2' shi .f .M ,iw 3' 5 . . ff' .., ii Q6 .5 ' I A If EE 3 QT? L . 'Yi .. 'fjfkewqr-g.v:1'gg .--any-'hy--' ,1 -..- s-. -.jf 11, lui' ' TX ,' . . gf-5 rf-' 'ii P- .. g.. .14 5 -O -uf.-1 25 FJ -371 bout the customs and land of Germany by becoming a mem- ber of Deutschlernerbund. The club's activities include an an- nual St. N ickolaus party. a Ger- man-style dinner, and an occa- sional kaffeeklatsch. The club's meetings, held after school, featured speakers, slides, and other informative entertain- ment. President Terry Paas was assisted by Anne Tufts, vice- presidentg Charlotte Heckmann, secretaryg and Ed Billowitz, treasurer. I ,eil Le Cercle Francais functions as an organization to encourage gen- eral interest in French culture and to stimulate an appreciation for the French language, outside the classroom. Programs included a punch party and several lectures fea- turing the foreign exchange stu- dents, a Noel party, a language club dance, a picnic at Chestnut Ridge, and a philanthropic proj- ect. Ufiicers: Mary Ellen llsiak, presidentg Blargo Brown, vice president, Janet Webber, secre- tary, Carolyn Rlurdock, treas- urer. lfrs. Robillard advised the group. FRENCH CLUB 1 Le Cercle Francais en masse, n'est-ce pas? SPANISH CLUB El Circulo Espanol, junto. Since Spanish is a most popular foreign language at Amherst, El Circulo Espanol is one of the most popular and active clubs. Members held an annual Christmas party complete with pinata. During the year many bake sales were held in order to finance a spring dinner with as reasonable facsimiles of Spanish food as our school cafeteria could produce. Gene Moira spoke to the group on life in his native Spain. Officers: Sheila Carroll, president, Chuck Cooprider, vice president, Nancy Smart, secre- tary, Bill Weiss, treasurer. Mrs. Heuser was adviser. '- , "- -., '-g.av" T'1':-Q:-4.-,.v'-1": fin,-'M2:-1-. 1, f'f1,'433--.T'11'p'gP.' ' , - - 'J 9- 4 - 1-52-'Hr -.Q-,'?2m'.s? f .:.--6-1153 if"-1.-fl - 2-:-fini.. A-kr . -?-.'3'7S1-u-'Ll - V 1:-. -A-..-..' -7F3'l'fefaTf.-if-in-S! SAM! l' 'lf 0' 14' A 87 - L1 ' MATH CLUB Kneeling: Steve Sackett. Row 1: Mary Ellen Usiak, Judy Anderson, Ann Hedden, Michele Monson, Karen Anthony, Pat Slodden, Pete Hauschka. Row ll.' Charlotte Heckmann, Sheila Carroll, Norma Klumpp, Elin Hentze, Miss Pauline Morris, ad- viser. Row 111: Frank Emery, Jack Rowell, Ann Holthoff, Vernon Rushing, Bruce Nothmann, Bruce Wollenberg, Dave Kilbridge. Row IV: Louie Toth, Gabe Toth, Ed Billowitz, Peter Williamson, Sam Lambert. Members grin at an "original" formula. .-Gif Z.. 5 .P ' 5 This year the Math Club was divided into an Interschool group and an Intraschool group. The members of Interschool Mathe- matics Society studied Introduc- tion to Logic and Sets at their monthly meetings at various schools. The Interschool group held monthly meetings featuring talks by A.C.H.S. and college students. The officers of the club were Pete Hauschka, president, Pat Slodden, vice president, Ka- ren Anthony, secretary, and Steve Sackctt, treasurer. The adviser is Miss Pauline lworris. SENIOR SCIENCE CLUB -P L 1 I The Senior Science Club offered its members a chance to plan, develop, and display a scientific project. Members received criti- cism from their peers and Mr. Petersen, club adviser. Several outstanding projects are entered each year in science congresses, where Science Club members are always rated high. Ofhcers were Vern Rushing, president, Dave Miller, vice pres- identg Sherry Werner, secretary, and Dave Kilbridge, treasurer. The officers planned several field trips for the group to local indus- triesg here members studied sci- entific methods and their indus- trial application. if i 5.1. 2, 'Z C' ' cf W Q3 79 I Sheila Shapiro, Lucille Stell, Bruce Wollenberg, Charles Brunskill, Dave Kleeman .fi Sherry Werner, Bill Phillips, Dave Kilbridge, Vernon Rushing, Sam Lambert Fd . Clark, Steve Sackett, Bill McNeill, Elton Petersen, adviser. 'Sl-'- BIOLOGY CLUB E ' 'tg Amherst students with a sincere interest in biology found this club to be a fascinating way in which to broaden their knowledge of the subject. The club, under officers Linda Koepf, president: Kfary Ann Young, vice president: and Hlichael Flanigan, secretary- treasurer: offered many interest- ing activities and projects throughout the year. One example was Dr. Starr, Nlarine Ecologist, who delivered chalk talks and showed underwater color films of marine life. The functions of the ,"1 a group were under the direction of Mr. Lape and Miss Botts, ad- visers. limi' I: Jon Vcrhoven, Linda Koeph, Marianne Young, Mike Flanigan, Chris Noell. Row ll: Miss Botts, adviserg Ron Storfer, Gorden Star, Ellen Rogovin, Candy lluni, Helen Cutman, lNIr. Lape, adviser. Hou' Ill: John Puehalski, Mary Potter, Peggy Hausehka, Alois Hafner, Jay Boda, Jim Beane. Mr. Hubert YYilkens taught his dedicated group eleven Berlitz lessons of Russian during the school year. Classes were held weekly after school on Thursday afternoon. After mastery of the Cyrillic Alphabet, important and useful idioms were taught. Finally the points of Russian grammar were outlined in an effort to pre- pare the students for intermedi- ate study. Near the end of the year, recreational activities such as parties and picnics were en- joyed by the club. RUSSIAN CLUB T Seated: Mr. Wilkens, Carl Ehman, Peter Kim Williamson, Paula Ford, Linda Donald, Janice Ustroff, Steve Gerstman, Melha Kirsehenbaum. Standing: Ronnie Small, Sandy Van Korn, James Saklad, Kevin Kilhridge, Ellen Rogovin, Norma Klumpp, Portia Gage, Charlotte Heckmann, Kathy YVarner, Joyce Ustroff, Joan Blick, Gretchen Ehmann, Don Shapiro. Row II, Standing: Frank Moore, Claudia Gray, Mike Gallery. 89 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Sealed Bruce Hollenhach Iynn Pckhert Pete Hauschka Nancy Boda 'Ur bchuchardt Hou I Joyce Ifullerton Hope Nlcllonnell Sue Schwartz Ann Hedden Duane Drexel Nlary Iou Sprague Norma Klumpp I mda Walgate Sue Stur geon Pat Slodden Steye Sackett Vlfglllld Pyres Rau I1 Cayle Henseler Ilsa Schlllke Nancy Dow Ahcla Buerger Charlotte Heckmann Sheila Carroll Judy Kock Mary lfllen Uslak Iudy Anderson Portia Q age Judy Baumler Valerle Scott Rou III Fredda Pfeffer Charles Cooprxdcr Vern Rushing., Harrv Humphreys Cabe Toth Daye Kllbrldge Charles Holmberg Louls Toth l'd Peard loe Carasella Dick Beane Jack Rowell Rau IV Terry Paas Pete Eckstrom Bruce Nothmann Daud Kleeman Iynn Hartley Nhry WanDyke Carolyn Spxes7 -Xnn HolthoH' Bruce Wollenberg Peter wWlll13.IDS0l'l Sam Lambert Amherst students strive for many goals durlng thelr hlgh school years acceptance ln the N atlonal Honor Soclety IS one of the foremost of these goals Nlembers of the socxety are chosen by the who malntam a B average From thls llst the faculty chooses those students who are outstand mg In scholarshlp leadershlp ln school actlvltles servlce to school and excellence ln character N HS members wlth the guldance of thelr sponsor Mr Arthur Schuchardt serve A. C H S xn many ways Bruce Nothmann and Valerxe Scott managed the Honor Soclety supply store profits from thls buslness were used toward scholarshxps for outstanding students Penny Gage Llsa Schlllke and Carolyn Splesz orgamzed a free tutorxng servlce through whlch Honor Socl ety members gave of their tlme and knowledge to needy students Other functlons are maintenance of a scholarshlp file ln the Guidance Ofhce and the awardlng of Honor Roll plaques and certlf lcates each markmg perlod The year s officers were president Pete Hausch L '- ka vlce presldent Lynn Eckhert secretary Nan cy Boda and treasurer Bruce Hollenbach These students officlated at the two lnductlon ceremon - C3 195 thlg year At the Close of then- lnductlon every Mr Schuchardt Bruce Nothmann and Nancy Boda go over the new melnber ls always proud to sport hls gold N HS bookstore records wh1leValer1eScottvsa1ts on Bruce Hollen pln slgnlfymg membershlp ln thls Worthy society 90 bach - Q - V ' , . . V I '. , . 1 - a 1 C V s - n . -' s 1 K' x v ' s 1. V 1 ' , , ' , A I ,- - , ' 5 , , ' - ' I , S ' , ' ' ' ', , , 3 , ' ' ' , ' 7, ' , 1 ,' ' , ' ' , ' . - : -, , Y . Y' Y , ' v , . . . Z . . . . . . faculty Awards committee from a list of students ' ' 65 ,S ' ' , - . . . , . . 1 . .. , , . . . . , , - . , . . . . . . Y 9 ' G5 ' 93 N . I . . . . I Vr- Q 9 y A . , Si y I u u V ' ' . ' ' "1 1 ' I , . . , , F - 9 ' Q 9 V9 ' I by . 75 4 ' , ' 5' 'X f . . . - L k s - . Through FTA Amherst stu dents may become better ac quamted wlth the teachmg pro fesslon and some of nts related fields Members served as stu dent alds to teachers and make their services avallable to the -Xdult Education Program Margo Brown served as presl dent for two years Other officers were Ruth Tuchman vlce presl dent Shella Shapiro secretary and Ann Holthoff treasurer Mr Byron Balr advlsed the group whose meetmgs Included speak ers, movles and teacher panels The planning commlttee pro vlded mformatlve programs and field traps FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Seated Ann Holthoff She1laShap1ro Dr Sherrle Byron Barr adviser Margo Brown Row I Pat Good Mary Jane Nowak Lmda Maeder Sue Sturgeon Sharon Barley Imda Walgate Karen Shepherd VlCkl Riley Jo Ellyn Schwartz Pam Payton Row II Marsha Hornburg Mlllle Alessi Ilndy Thompson Lmda Connolly Arlene Graczyk Dlane Truman Patsy Lutwack Mary Fllen Uslak Gall Pufpafl' R0'Ll III Stuart Shemberg Kathy Stotz Lousla I1-elbarger Carolyn Murdock Dawn Belsxegel Llsa Schlllke Barbara Beelke Colleen Brenner Lmda Wolfe Caroline Tufts Pat McCorm1ck Dr Sherrre B S T C professor spoke to the group on teachmg opportumtles abroad T 0 Develop T laemfelves Row I Sue Schwartz, Marsha Hornburg, Lana Anderson, Lundy Thomson, Jan Entra km, Sue Sturgeon, Cheryl Fnlsmger Row Il Carol Rarog, Ruth Machover, Vlrgxma Joseph, Martha Welch, Donna Brant, Judy Fisher, Sue Batt, Jill Kamrass Row III Mary Potter, Lucy Stell, Sharon Werner, Annette Valvo, Sally Howard, Arlene Graczak Students lnterested ln any phase of the dramatlc arts may mcrease their awareness of them bv Joln mg Amards Cyou know what spelled backwardsj Amards members strlve for membershlp ln Thesplans branch of the na tional dramatlcs honor SOLlCtj Membershlp ln Thesplans IS earned by achlevlng ten polnts for dramatlc experlence Amards and Thesplans make up the tableaux ln the annual Christmas pageant Fleld trips and theater parties are planned bv Llndy Thompson, president, Lana Anderson, secretary, Jan Entrekxn, treasurer, Marsha Hornburg, hlstorlan, and Nlr Klayman, advlser 91 ---, A - 1 Q f f! ' A . Q S , sg r - I Q t' we of f 5 - - r gg rj ' L. - .J . . . . -X f l-if . , Q. . A ' W X '-9 , , - . ' , ' . h 3 9 9 , . . , . . 5 , 1 - , , , '- '. I ! ! l i 4 U ! I V D f Q 9 Y I 4 I ' l " Q I 4 D I Y I 1 - A, E- ' v' 1 me Q - - A w w . . '- S , , . . . . , . ,D 1 . l l '. - 'v Sue Sturgeon, VICC presulent, Balcony: Phil Bangsberg, Bill Phillips. Steve Burnham, Allan Achen- dorf, Jim Sorensen, Bob Schrader, Bill McNeil, Sam Lambert, Ver- non Rushing, Hugh Bickfork. Now hear this: Stage Crew assemble in the control room! PROJ ECTION CREW Projection Crew members gener- ously spent their free periods serving their school and fellow- students. This year's Crew was outstanding for its conscientious eHiciency in assisting teachers in the use of audio-visual aids. Any- one who has seen a movie in as- sembly or during a class, can thank the Crew for making sure the film was in good condition and for running the projector. Students and faculty are deeply indebted to Mr. Schaefer and his Crew, who "keep the reels rolling." ,-X STAGE CREW Anyone who participated in a stage program knows that the Stage Crew was responsible for Amherst's smoothly run assem- blies. These tireless workers per- formed every backstage function from pulling curtains to building sets. They were involved in all technical aspects of assemblies, plays, concerts, and VVater Fol- lies. Vern Rushing served as manager of the Crew and coordi- nator of their many diverse activities. Students and teachers long will be grateful for the excellent serv- ice performed by this year's capable Stage Crew. Student! Learn . . -x Keep 'Em Rolling: Jon Verhoven, Steve Finstein, Gerald Nagowski, Bob Clark Dave Evans, Tom Hall, Hugh Bickford. JUNIOR RED CROSS ti The Amherst Chapter of the American Junior Red Cross is maintained by the school's Lnited Fund Drive. Our chapter consists of 19 members. Joanne lvojtas is president, Bliss Elenora Ilildebrand is the advisor, and Carol Jerris is secretary and treasurer. Each year the group sends some of its members to the International Training Program at the University of Buffalo. In 1959 this Chapter performed 1? helpful services for the Veteranls Hospital and did volunteer work at the Blood Bank of the Buffalo Red Cross Center. Seaied: Annette Freeborn, Diane Skelton, Joanne Wojtas, Miss Hilde- brand, adviser, Mary Jane Nowak, Pat Ludwig. Standing: Mary Ellen Usiak, Gail Pufpaff, Kathy Stotz, Marilyn Stocker, Jessie . T larougla .fenfzke i i L Sealed: Mrs. Hannel, Louisa Eeelbarger, Rosita Seheske, Linda Vlfalgate, Mrs. Katz. Standing: .lon Verhoven, Carol Mullen, Mary Potter, Sharon Bell, Lee Malone, Linda Thielke, Carolyn Miller, Dinise Sehobert, Sandra Ziegler, Dottie Fetter, Chris Ehman, Pat Good, Nancy Otley, Linda Neuer. 93 LIBRARY CLUB Everyone who has made use of our school library has seen mem- bers of the Library Service Club checking out books, arranging the bookshelves, and generally assisting their iadvisers, Blrs. Hannel and Mrs. Katz. Service club members give up time dur- ing their free period, before school, or after school to perform these needed functions. ltosita Scheske, Louisa Ecelbarger, and Linda lvalgate have successfully led the hard-working group. Fac- ulty and students appreciate the club's part in maintaining our efficient and valuable library. E' . GYM CLUB i .p" 1 C xm Club members attamed hugh degrees of sklll especlally III such pyramld construetlons This club proxldes students wlth an op portunltx to spend more tlme on gxm ap paratus than IS usually allowed ln phxs leal 0lll1C3tlOIl classes The club practices three tlmes xx eeklx under the guldance of 'Ur 'NIC-Xlhster Thxs xear members de xeloped thelr sklll on the parallel and horwontal bars trampoline rlngs and horse Officers xxere Linda Qmlthex pres ldent Sharon lankoxx VICC presldent Pat Rll8X secretarx and Lx nn ll ardour treasurer Txxo exhmbltlons ln tumbhng and Gx mnastle skllls were presented for assembhes ln the Junlor and qenxor hlgh schools Atloletzar .rkzllf and fun DANCE CLUB Nlrs lVIedheott leads the members of Dance Club lll a xx arm up exercise 94 The orxgmal purpose for estabhshmg a dance orgamzatxon was to tram student dancers for the annual operetta The club became so popular after Hr Rextz organ med It that It eontmued for the entlre xear under the dlreetlon of 'Urs Rosahnd Nledllcott local dance lnstructor Through thls club manx students have Increased thelr lnterest and Hbllltx ln modern dance Each after school meetlng began xxlth a half hour of exerclses and the f1VC bdS1C ballet posltlon 'Hrs Nledh cott stressed grace and moblhtv of IHOtlOIl ln her mstructlon of modern dance . at Q away fjlg, ' ,' ' .a.a,'u 3 - Wal - - ' be - - Q Q. - ' X 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 - 1 . 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L . - . 1 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS I r1s1r cnt 111 rc -11 cn Su nt 1r1 Tre isurtr 'I r 1111111g Xctlx 1t11s IIo11or SIIICIX II 1II I uI1I1C Xddress II nndhook I IIIDIIC Rel IIIOIIE II 1 In Ollllllg ,Il1lIlCldI'X XSSCIIIIJIX XIII F11Id 51 r1 ICL D111 1d C ook 1uI FIGISCIIWIIQF Xllll Osborn Nlarshdll CUSIC John Barle I 11111 I' ICISCII mer ' 1t Sloddcn Dlck Roth 3Iar1I1 n NI1teheII L11 I lpsett I' IIen ULN lIlldI'l Jo1 ce Fullerton G1nn1 E1 res Jud1 Baurnler EXECUTIVE BOARD lieu I I'1uI I'I11sI11u1r I,IXl Co I1 xlllll Ushorm NI1rsl11IILus1e Hou ll I'1t Nlodden Ylr glllld I"1ers I17 Ilpsett NIKTIILC C 1rr 'NI 1r1I111 NI1tch1II I'IIe11 NIHCNAIIIZITI Juds Iifxuruler e Fullcrton Nlr Ros111I11rr1 Hou Ill INIIII IX xrdour 311111 Somers II1rr1 Ihckerson Bob Illlt NIOTI Illfk Roth IOIIII 1r1c ThlS 1ear s Qounul was noted for ts success 1 Inan1 IICXX undertaldngs The stdndmg ssembI1 f 1 n 11 as reorganued resultmg 111 mor - 11 h1It Frldm cl5b6IllbIY progrd Trdllllllg Comnuttee educated the elected ho epresentd IIYCS IH effectlwe counc1I membersh1p technlques the lublle Address Qommlttee sponsored Dmk Roth s readlng of the mornlng IJUIICIIII e1cr1d111 TIIIS 1e.1r s Exeeutne Board Lomblned the sthooI s usual ser1es of dI'lIY dr11cs lnto one I 111tuI I'lIIIfI I,I'IXt COIIITIIJU Queen Bark Ixecfc and IXIIIQ' Iohn D1111s pushec s total collectlons to 'BI 12 Hr Rosen berry and Urs Husband dlIYIS9fI the general Student COUHCII and ItS Inxeeutlve Board ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE REPRESENTATIVES Assemhh K UIHIHIIICP f I1'11rman X1rg,1nm I' 11-rs IICIS Carl l'Ill'H3ll and Joan Boebel to plan 1 progr 1111 on the st age Hou I LIIAFIUIIL CI111I111d Ii 1rI11ra IICEIII NI aureen FI2'lIllg3I1 kathy Carroll ba11d1 II1gg1ns Iu11111c Ia11r111fe 1 Illgtl' Ixndpp I 111111 I' YTCS Fllen NIc'Namara LIZ Llpsett Hou ll Illck Beam Ierr1 frmr Iomn IIo1I11I Iitts Stapler INCINIW Hudson -Inn IIudso11 Judy Ixorh Sum IXIILII II1rI11r1Coug.,I1I111 Hou Ill l'I'dIlk 'Hoon xIllIW Sonmrs I7 111 K I1uI11 II1rr1 IIu111pI1re1s bI11ro11 QUTIISS I'redd.-1 Pfcffer C 1roI IEIFSCII Sdlldt -Xnngone I'Io1dl11pfeI Hou IV IQIIIIL W ardour Jerry Prledman form Rlce CIFI I'IllIl 11111 Bruce Iiq,,111 Illll C urr1 IOUIC Foth II.1rr1 Dlfk8rSOII N111-re SCIIIIICI' ' I 1 D 1-11 1 1 ' . 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Qlluigug Hun' I: Nuney Sehultz, Peggy Clark, Ginny lfyres, Jackie Steek, Sherry Wlllitley. Run' II: Dale l'lavenson, .Xnn Uslnorn, Cllzlire Wloelfel, Bzirlmrzi Couglilin. TIGERETTES NN,f-'- llurstein, Arlene Graezyk, Sully llownrtl, .lo Ann Bernhzirilt, Naney livzins. lfnu' If Pain Payton, Jutly Gee, tinil lloinlferger, Donna Brant, lfzirlmrzi lluellcr, Sandy Selnniclt, Snncly Ziegler, Lynda Yvolf. Hun' ll: Caroline Tufts, -lozinne llevitt, Sandy Vanliorn, Marry The marching lmnml is ably assisted hy the higl1-step- ping llajorettes :intl the Tigerettes. The Majorettes, lecl by Virginia Hyres, perk up the half-time perform- ance by leading the band through marching forma- tions. Twice tluring the football season of 1959, the Tigerettes performed their precision marching and dance routines fluring half- time. The 'lligerettes were not active for the last two years, :incl they were well received in 1959. The per- formances of all these girls zultl to the gait-ty of the athletic events ut .xIIlll0I'Sl. lfnu' I: .loel 'l'ruvelste:ul, Gordon Starr, lfllen Rogovin, .Xndy Knltu-rg, Karen Volvin. lion' II: John Pomeroy, lrindzi Why, Carol Rarog, -lolin Bookmiller, -loc fiuzigliardo, Bob Metcalf, Charlotte Cleve- land, Nancy Killlierler. Hou' Ill: Holi Merritt, David Kleenmn, George Ludwig, John llnglies, Dick lludsell, l'lllQIl'lll' f'ooprider, Dave Rowland, Toni Bt-ll, Dick lh-:un-, Bruce IlUlll'lllHH'li.1flIIl'lIY.'flllllI'll'5 Cooprider, Dennis Urotke, Wlilter Boswell, Him-lnlrd Dow, Steve llurnlnnn. DANCE BAND The Dance Hand, organized by senior Burney Troll, has changed tl1e old Amherst Dance Band tradition from Dixieland to llodern Jazz. The boys played while on exchange trips and in assembly. They really swing. PI-llll1l,' tiene Bunnell. lfnu' I: Hola Metcalf, -lim Pzitterson, Berny Vroll. lffm- ll: Andy Kulbc-rg, llike Gallery, Dave Shenton, Ron Storfer, Larry lferni, Boll Jackson, Toni Bell, Dave Rowland. 97 Vnder the direction of Kfr. John Krestie, the band has long been noted as one of Amherst's finest organizations. Function- ing as a marching band during the foot- ball season and as a concert band during the greater part of the year, the band pro- vides high quality music which is a delight to all who hear it in assemblies and Con- eerts. The many activities of the band were directed by its officers: Bruce Hol- lenbach, presidentg Dick Beane, vice pres- identg Charlotte Cleveland, seeretaryg Burney Croll, treasurer, and its Board of Directors: Nancy Kilheffer, Charles Coop- rider, Tom Bell, and Jim Patterson. The highlight of the yearls activities were two exchange programs with high schools from Port lllishington, Long Island, and Jamestown, New York. Band members will be remembered for their spirited ef- forts to sell candy to finance their activi- ties. A CAPPELLA CHOIR it I Hou' l.' Ksitliy Iv2lI'IIOI', Jan Iintrikin, Bef-ky Ililluert, llelrlxie Glover, Sue Farrow, Put NICc.l0l'IIlIK'k Audrey Bingel, Arlene Grziezyk, Karen Berner, Kristine Kllllillll, Judy Foster. lfzm' ll: Sue I,SIl'I'lUOIOI' lxI2lI'SIlll Ilornlnurg, Betty Hziteinzin, Nancy llow, Lisa Srllillke, Nancy Evans, l.z1nz1 Anderson, Drinzi Fried, Beverly Rosenow, Annette Gillilaincl. Hou' III: .loan Ivieker, Sue Sturgeon, Diane Prisinzano, Mike Cohen, Ed Banc-k, Jon Oliver, Dave Coffas, Carl Iilnnann, Angelo Costanzo, AI Krastz. Hou' IV: Gail Pufparl, Pat Ludwig, Grace Gates, Joe Caravella, lid Peard, Lynn Hartley, Bob Clarkson, Larry VVoods, Dave Cook, Ray Braun, Peter liekstrom. Singing Bring! . SENIOR MIXED CHOIR QE Q 98 9 1 E Role l.' Dale lfavenson, Sally Howard, Marilyn Shanzer, Sue lloemke, llerta Pollak, Karen lflliott, Sue liucker, Diane Drexel, Fredda I'l'etl'er, Judy Fisher, Marilyn Ncicr. Hou' ll: Marion Butterfield, Pat Riley, Judy Tomezak, Carolyn Murdoch, Betty Lock, Ruth 'l'uchman, Ruth Glennon, Sheila Carroll, Betty Flinkman, Michele Blonson, Nancy Tohin, Sue Gates. Hou' I1I:.Iaek Bitzer, Jerry Ander- son, Don Eddy, John Askew, Tom Bartlette, Pete llinich, Bill Schweitzer, Kurt Kloesz, Beverly Mudd, Judy Hastreiter. Hou' IV: Dave Smith, Wayne Lindstrom, Russ Runnalls, Mike firando, Bill Bonner, Jim Thompson, Leroy Canfield, Pat Cypress, Barh Grahle, Ruth Maehover, Pat Catalde. Enterminment and APPV6Clklll.0M Nfr. Vvalter Reitz, choral director, doubles as prac- tice pianist for his musical organizations, especially Yvayne Lindstrom, John Askew, Pat NIt'flUl'Illll'k, Pat Catalde, and Marsha Ilornhurg are some of the many music students who gather for practice and fun in the music rooms. the Amherst Sixteen, wliieh he fostered this Year. The A Cappella Choir and Rlixed Chorus, under the direction of lNIr. Walter E. Itietz, were in- volved in many activities throughout the school year. Their singing sparked the Variety Show, which llr. llietz directed. The A Cappella Choir, attractively garbed in robes and stoles, presented several carols in the annual Christmas Pageant. Each year several members of the Choir and llixed Chorus are chosen to attend the All-State Blusic Festival, held this year at Blonticello, N. Y. This fall David Coffas, Marilyn Hleier, and John Askew were selected for this honor. Also, in December the A Cappella Choir appeared on television in a Christmas musical. Other annual activities of the choral organizations included the Spring Concert, the operetta, and an exchange program with another high school. S Q I M ll's Irish Fate: a wi-dding between a Mvlionvrgan and a Xlahoney in Rainbow Valley, Nlissitucky. ll. S. A. Finian sells his land containing the pot of gold Shears and Robust rm-ccivv a royal wi-lc-mm-. Og tells the children of Rainbow Valley about the magic book from Slwar:-1 and Robust. Senator Billboard Rawkins rvaclws for his "liron1o" after learning that gold had bcvn :list-uw-rc-cl in Rainbow Valley. E for vnfszofur 2 Rainbow CAST Buzz Collins Sheriff 1st Sharecropper 2nd Sharecropper Susan Mahoney Henry Finian lNIcLonergan Sharon McLonergan VVoody Mahoney Og Howard Senator Rawkins John lNIr. Robust hir. Shears 1st Gospeleer 2nd Gospeleer 3rd Gospeleer The "Began C Lawrence Woods Donald Eddy Gerald Anderson lllarsha Hornburg Jane Connelly Robert Schuck Bob Clarkson Money from heaven, sent by an Irish Colleen perched in the tree helps Woody Ma honey pay his back property tax. Pat McCormick 5: .',' David C0335 The efforts of about 350 VAIHQZH ..'- , I Peter Schuck students, Mr. Stuart Bee- W'H'?m Schweltzef be, director, and Mr. Walter Michael Grando Reitz,producer-director, SN Joel-Travelsteifd produced the annual oper- 6 1 Q, Tlmothy Will etta on February 11-13. S 'C f Peter Eckstrom 6 Q , A John Askew !,',d ',i' - , . David Cook , .,V'ry,A . ' Q f David Smith b' I 'V ' t,', sung by the Passion Pilgrim Gospeleers. R X w Viv v Q The "idle poor" of Rainbow Valley become the "idle rich" with the help of Shears and Robust. 101 31"-A El' - :L-Q 14 354 Q- 15 :J FU me ii -sig- 'E -1 ZF .,: l A "lYhen lqlll Not Near the Girl I Love, I Love the Girl Iilll Near" 1,- .-A S Q33 fi" . 1" .+,- 1 1, ,ff- s- -A .ge sz 154 .g . , . . al.. ,QAM F all . "U ii-1' L- 9 ff! . ,, .,,.-1 ko' 4 or 'L X . TJ' if' Lx.: if ,Fw A-5. . . li gr. Fi" ,,.. Pi- Q .,1 , 1, - -:- .. ,.A - Q . 3.,., 111' ,qv f 'in-' --'LM-wj 1' 'jg Arn,-yn ':- ji?'l:4.'14T ' -'S' -if ff -7 7-fm? '.'T-:AEJLQ h2i5":'I-i'.1 fi., 4 4-2 QS ..-1'3.o,P3E1 -fi: by x Hou' I: Rielizirtl Shien, Diane Prisinzano, Karen folvin. Row ll: Joyce Walker, Luanne Lawrenee, Vhristopher Noe-ll. How Ill: Frank Moore, Julius Shzmeson, Charles Coopricler, Eugene Cooprider. Broadway on Maz'n Jtreet There is nothing that the Irish of Rainbow Valley like better than 21 good Irish jig just like they have in the olml eountry. 102 I ORCHESTRA Hou' 1: Andrew Kulberg, James Patterson, Burney Croll, Alois llafner, lYilliani Saad, Sue liynds, Peggy Gage, Hou' ll: Cassandra Lape, VVendy McCord, Charles Usborne, Judith Anderson, Dawn Beisiegcl, Sue Rivo, Grace Wittig, farol Wilson. Hou' Ill: Bruce Hollenbach, Carolyn Spit-sz, David Shcnton, Lawrence Fcrni, John Poincroy, Robert Kcoliler, Frederick llenrich, Michael Gallery. Amber!! ftrin J along J. - ,f:g5,.b,ny3:u.,:, , - .v a 4, , Na .lr -.xx 4, -.9-A U,-.P The orchestra, under the baton of ltlr. lNIcC0rmack, presented its fall concert weeks early this year, and all noticed the brilliance with which the group performed so early in its seasonal development. Hard work during its seventh hour rehearsals each day brought results which were no- ticed in assemblies and concerts. The or- chestra assisted in the presentation of the 1960 operetta, Finiavfs Rainbow, and gained the recognition of the community. Providing an opportunity for those with a real interest in music, the orchestra was a source of enjoyment for all at Amherst. The repertoire of the student-organized string quartet ranged from the classical to the middle-romantic period of musical composition. The quartet played several numbers in a Christmas recital at a Buf- falo church and in a spring concert. 'I 1, .X I . , ' :NV - V., F. fl. f , ' : --.----If it r,...,,' 5. - - ,Ngf - 5.5 -., 1' F ffaeqa-f.!,'. ?:f31u'f5..5f,f:f 55 P13213 .Cz5'lf.w7if'-f+fa'fLx2.fv2 'ii-'gi5'Ti'sg:-E!"-ai:1:'22"1fn 2 fe -Rfalffs-f 103 SENIOR HONOR STUDY HALL MONITORS JH Hou I Nhrgble I'e1ng,l'1ss Iudx lllUIlllCI' Uarshfn Hornburg, lx ltllle Owens Judy lxoch Illllll Porter Donna Fuo C 111111 C oon Sharon Pankoss 1 win P'1ge Juds Beurlx P1t Slodden Rou ll Lou lruesdmll Daxe Thurnan L 1ng.,1r lxnapp Illldy Thompson Illllll Snnthex Carol HlISCll YI1rx Xnn Ydnliurek Nlflry Y xnllxlse Ron lrbfm Jllll Dukmr Joe Caraxella btuv. Sukett Hou Ill Torn Johnson lxrry Woods Charles Cooprlder Doug ltadlex Carl 141111.11111 Ihe stude11t udcs IFC those g1rls vsho don ltc some of tl1ClI' free l,lIIlC durmg tht wuk to 1ss1st III the mun ofhu Cllllll glllllllltt ce,. d. l4.'IlllflIlC0 o 1 Those III the glllfldllli' ofhce col lect and ISSUC passes .md hle col lege catalogs, Wllllf' the glrls 111 the f1tte11d.111ce ofhce IllStI'llJUtC und collect absence hsts The glrls xx ho ass1st lIl the cl1n1c 1ssue passes and help keep the IT'lCCl1C'dl records up to date The aldes 1n the mam ofhee QIVO 1Ill'.0I'Il1d.t10I1, lssue passes, and txpe letters and reports Through the efforts of these Capable g1rls, the work IH our school ofhees IS IIldlIltdlIl9Cl at un effiment lex el for facultx and students STUDENT AIDES Seated Mdrjorle Flagg, bharon Wh1tley, Helame Kape, Salldl lNIcTaggart, Ellen lxrametz Slandzng Marc1e bII1ltl'l, Barbara Berg, Ixaren Sm1th, Susan Roesch, Patrlcla Raw 104 EXECUTIVE BOARD 15' 12' gg. s.. -W ,, gxgx Student Union Lounge, Television Time, les STUDENT UNION OFFICERS I ,xy --"wvd',a4r4' N Mike Grando, president, Judy liaumler, vice-presidentg Mr. Fies, adviserg Marilyn Schanzer, seeretaryg Neil Carlson, treasurer. 105 ...Jn Hou' l: Ellen Mr-Numara, Joe Miano, Lee Cook, Kilim Richardson, Joel Travelstead Huw ll: Hope McDonnell, Sandy Higgins, Harry Humphreys, Peter Williamson, Hr The Executive Board of the 1960 lvnion was composed of elected representatives and an appointed Board of Blanagers. The elected officers were Blike Grando, presi- dentg Judy Baumler, vice presidentg Mar- ilyn Schanzer, secretaryg and Doug Bir- rell, treasurer. The Vnion Lounge, which was closed for repairs during the first se- mester, was reopened for the second half of the year. At that time the Senior Honor Study Hall system was organized by the Student Council and the Lounge was open for after-school use. During the school year, the Lnion sponsored several dances to raise money for school organizations. Blr. Fies served as adviser. VARSITY CLUB Hou' I: Jon Adel, Fred llenrich, David W'infield, John Rarie, Lynn W'ardour, Steve Crafts, Blar- shall Cusie, Uon Fink. Hou' II: Andy Sowers, Tom Johnson, Jim Curry, Lou Truesdel, Tony Gioia, Frank Emery, Harry Dickerson, lid Clark. lfozr lIl.' Mr. Rergman, .lim Lynch, David Cook, Clark Goetzman, Greg Miller, Stu Sheinberg, .loc Caggiano, Frank DiLorenzo. 1n this club, members are in- structed in the use of firearms. The 1959-60 season was outstand- ing in two respects. The club was larger than usual, and the boys and girls CSD were instructed in the use of pistols. Membership in the Rifle Club provides an op- portunity for those interested to work on National Rifle Associa- tion Qualifications. Thanks to Adviser Robert Pomeroy, the members had lots of educational fun. The 42 members earned over 150 NRA points. RIFLE CLUB This year's Varsity Club, keeping in mind its purpose of service to the school and community, helped the Student Council or- ganize a Pep Club, and served as ushers for home basketball games. The Varsity Club is noted for being composed ot' both schol- ars and athletes. To become a member a boy must win a varsity sports letter and then be elected by a vote of the club, under Ad- viser Mr. Rergman's direction. Officers for this year were John Rarie, president: Lynn VYardour, vice president: Lee Cook, secre- taryg and Lynn Ilartley, treas- urer. Hell' 1-' Frflllk D?illll'l5, Bob Terrill, George Ludwig, Gordon Storr, Alfred Stange, Clayton Ackerman Hou' ll: Mr. Pomeroy, Dave Evans, James Braun, Joel Betz, Bob Cotharin, Tim Faux. The abovc group represents the lvednesday section while another section fired on Fridays. Average attendance was 30. 106 CHESS CLUB Active members of this club often may be found seemingly inactive in the Student tvnion before and after school. They consider chess .- an art and spend much time de- " X liberating over each move. Klr. Fies serves as the group's spon- sor: he teaches novices the rules of the game and helps others to increase their previous knowl- X edge. 1 ' The exciting intra-group Q matches and competitions with "ex, local high schools were high points of the year. llembers also i competed i11 the Xiagara Frontier f Tournament. Officers were Frank hloore, president: Chris Noell, vice presidentg Tony Ligotti, sec- retaryg and Buddy Holzschuh, treasurer. -f 1 Seated: Roger Tunmore, Chris Noell, Frank Moore. Standing: Dave Kilbridge, Mike Graham, Bill Klemens, Julius Shana-son, hir. Fics. ART CLUB ,....-null!-ll Seaferl: Mrs. Bang, adviser: Tim llart, Liz Lipset, Lynn Cashmore. lfuu' If Kathleen Sutter, Nancy Tobin, .lcri Jacobs, Judith Gee, Janice Ustroff, Sandy Newlmauer. ltuu' II: -lean Lesser, .lo Ann Devitt, Sandy VanKorn, Nancy Smith, Sharon Watson. Hou' Ill: Patsy Lutwack, Nfadelin Towne, Lee Malone, Paul Merrill, Jim Mirkley. 107 Through the Art Club, interested students have a chance to express and to learn more about new art tech- niques from lfrs. Bang. Blembers of the club, under Liz Lipsett, presidentg Tim Hart, vice pres- themselves creatively identg Lynn Cashmore, secretary, designed posters and signs for the library and various academic de- partments of the school. Une of the outstanding events this year was the annual Christmas tea and exhibit, for which the library was attractively decorated with a dis- play of the work of the Art De- partment. INTER HI-Y COUNCIL Under Dick Beane, president, Joan Boebel, vice presidentg Pen- ny VVilliams, secretary, Peter Eckstrom, treasurer, and Don Eddy, chaplain, the Council suc- cessfully coordinated the activ- ities of the five Hi-Y's. Rnw I.' Ed Peard, Don Eddy, Dick Beane, Jon Oliver, Penny Williams, Ed Banck, Mr. Orrin Bowman. Row II: Bill Weiss, Joan Boebel, Carolyn Spiesz, Joe Cara- vella, Harry Humphreys, lNIary Van Dyke. S TRI-OMEGA Under this year's ofHcers, Mary Jordan, president, Polly lNIcLeod, vice president, Mary Kay Sant- mire, secretary, and Marilyn Mitchell, treasurer, Tri-Omega had a well-rounded program of religious, social, educational, and service meetings. Seated: Mary Kay Santlnire, Mary Lou Sprague. Standing: Liz Lipsett, Pat Ri- ley, Linda Donald, Sue Batt, Sandy Schmitt, Kris Culver, Carol Cummings, Joan Boebel, Sharon Pankow. SIGMA Actively participating in local and world service, Sigma was adviser to the girls. Mary Ellen Usiak. guided by officers Carolyn Spies! Diary Van Dyke, Jackie Rai mondi, Barbara Ferronl Cathy lYarner. Miss VVaIdow served as Hou' I: Lisa Schillke, Kathy Vlvarner Jacky Raiinondi, Barb Ferroni Mary Van Dyke, Carolyn Spiesz, Miss Vlaldoxx Ron- ll: Anne Spiesz, Mary Ann Young Norma Klumpp, Grace Gates Gail Puf paff. Row Ill: Carole Mullen Pat Meyer Mary Lou Agricola, Judy Anderson Janet VVebI1er, Nancy Vvilson, Carol Troncattl ALPHA The first Ili-Y at .'kIIlll0I'Sl, Alpha is noted for its participation in thc State Youth and Govern- ment Assembly. Joe faravclla, Ed Peard, Dave Rowland, and Jerry Hiatt were the officers. Seated: Robert Rowland, adviser, Ed Peard, Barry Kasonic, Charles Holm- berg, Alan Rueger, Charles Brunskill, Bob James. Standing: David Peele, Dick Root, Carl Ehmann, Kevin Kilbridge, Bob Hawks, Bob McKinny, Bob Mer- ritt, Joe Caravella, Hugh Bickford, Dave Kilbridge. BETA Recognized for its fine service of collecting tickets at basketball games and selling candy at home games, Beta was headed by Dick Beane, Don Eddy, Chuck Coop- rider, Vern Rushing, Jon Oliver, and Jim Keller. Seated: Robert Hahn, adviser, Jim Keller, Ed Clark, Don Eddy, Dick Beane, Vern Rushing, Chuck Cooprider, Jon Oliver. Standing: Eugene Cooprider, Steve Burn- ham, Al Kraatz, Jim Beane, Bob Clark, Terry Paas, Bruce Nothmann, Steve Sackett. Q DE LTA-RHO Delta Rho functioned as a serv- ice organization. It provided many memorable athletic and social events for its members. Officers were Bill YVeiss, Harry Humphreys, Tom Bell, Wayne Lindstrom, and Jim Taylor. Seated: Wvesley Starkweather, adviser, Dick D'Amico, Pete Schuck, Matt Pod- wika, Dave Cook, Jim Tailor. Standing: Steve Welch, Jim Patterson, John Hoechst, Pete Eckstrom, Bill Weiss. : -v J, M- , K RIDING CLUB 41 E Q Ty f Seated: Dick Ostrotf, Joyce Ustroft, Mike Grando, Mr. Fies, adviser. lime I: Annette Valvo, Judy Stein, .ludy Christ, Mary .lane Nowak, Linda Maeder, Janet Yvebber, .ludy Fisher, Kathy Yvar- ner, Gail lloinberger, Anne Tufts, Michael Flanigan. Ron' ll.' Jeri Jacobs, Martha Welch, Lor- raine llanaka, Grace Gates, Sandy Neubauer, Patsy Lutwack, Diane Truman, liaureen Mills, .lill Kamrass, Barbara Mueller, Wendy Hudson, .lanice Ustrollf Row III.' Bob James, Chris lilnnann, Duncan McNeill, Dave Pomerantz, Bruno Kielich, John Fitzpatrick, Mary Yanliyke, Peggy Hauschka, Carolyn Murdock, Cassandra Lupe, Errol Daniels, Steve Gerstnian. 1. T7- Amherst's equestrians learned many of the finer points of riding through their Hiding Club expe- rience. Each Saturday nine mem- bers of the club went riding. In the spring, cross country excur- sions, breakfast hikes, and a final picnic were enjoyed. Good sports- manship and fellowship were em- phasized by the group and their adviser, Mr. Fies. Officers were Mike Grando, Richard Ustroff, Jan Ustroff, Neil Carlson. Hobbzbf are pursued after .fcloool wx. fi! CAMERA CLUB fu Q35 Amherst camera bugs found the Camera Club a valuable organization for aug- menting their theoretical a11d practical knowledge of photography. By practicing with their cameras in class-type associa- tion with other "Lens Dustersf' the mem- bers stimulated their interest and in- creased their skill in camerawork. Some N-v of the photography work for TUYYER was capably handled by members of the club. Cnder this year's officers: Bill Wleiss, presidentg Charles Holmberg, vice presi- dent, Bob Ilawks, secretaryg and Mr. Garver, adviser, the club made many field trips and presented several displays throughout the school of members' work. ?.'l'9 Fi! , 1 . , 110 55 sf za xr. e - ffl Charles Hohnberg, llob llawks, Jim liartel, Curt Montgomery, Bill Weiss, Hugh Bickford, Bill Mc-Neill, Mike Grahm, Mr. Carver, adviser. 14:1 AMHERST CENT RAL HIGH SCHOOL S yder N Y Elunls' Ks" ET' 'B' ':x"x'i1E mg Z Adnut one sfunem' 0 Z I' Ad 'r PTE: on 252 Exeaxpt VHLEDISVE SPCRTS VARSITY Pat Sloddvn, Sharon Carr, Judy Bauiulcr, Linda Slnitlicy, Kilnn Ricliarclson, Millie Alessi, Barb Findlay. "Doc" Pankow gives a few pointers to Linda Smitliy and Barb Findlay. CHEER I' Boom-Bali-Tig0rs4Rali-, Ilcyl 112 JUNIOR VARSITY - ,1.i..T.- iw i. 18 Run' I: Bnrlmru Briggs, Marcin Travers, Mary Ellen Davies. Hou- l.' Num-y Podlmivliiiak, Suv Rinolmlt, Luanne- Lawronrc. lillll' ll: Ann Hudson, Pziulvitv Tzissiopulos, Sandy Higgins. Hou' ll: W1-ndy Hudson, Rm-lim' Yvesson, Martha Smith. LEADERS "A pop talk by 'Dov' always helps," say Squad A pre-pares for Z1 "Go, Team, Gu." k A 4 113 Luanne Lawrence, Rcncc- VVQSSUI1, Nancy Podlmilniek. 'C ,N V' x qv .lf rf-1 57: 11, VARSITY FOOTBALL A 1 L, 11 -1 . ..-KSL111 1 Hou I Xndy Sowers Prank D11 orenao Bob C rune lom Bell Ron Suhr Iwnn VN mlour John Hoechst Marshall fuslc -Xcklq Bhcker Blll qaad Ilm Pawlowskl 1 llll lotl1 lfou ll Nlr Schufer Xsslstant Cofxch John Werhoven NI 111 leer I0llll W ardour l' merson Harrison Tony C mola Ste vm l r1fts Bob Heckm 11111 Dlek Hodsell f reg Nllller J1n1 xNllS0ll llillll IIdIlf.,6ll Dlek Anderson Ken Imkncr Mr Kcntntr Conch Hou Ill Iyn11H1rtley John Barle Iarry Woods locl llabcr Paul Kukoda Jlm Derker lllrry l,lKkLl'SOH Dunn Ill Mcwelll Fd 51 hrotter Randy fldIlfl'0I16 faory Slllltll Brlln llurr Rlck Farlow Iou I'otl1 lnserl lunu I 1g,1,1rt Mr Kentner previews game strategy w1th Ron beller I0llll Hoeehst and Iynn Wardour 41-."":.-g" 1 1 '1 'ww 1 1' 44' Ssffxsq L 1, AJ' ids' 71 f' L M-1" 'ft f " " 'H' 1f331'fw -H, If L' x , Y - , V 1 - V 1 H ,1 1 . , , A 1 A 1 1 1 I 1 ' 1 - ' ' 1 4. 2 1 ' ', 1 ' '.'1 1 11 ' ' .1 '. 1" , . ' . J. 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A 'L 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 2 .1 1 ' l' 1 1 ' T 1 v 1 xl x 1 .D f V I .:.. b-- 1 A '-'7 II4- 5" .r-, W1 FOOTBALL The Football Tlg6FS had to combat thc loss of Lx nn Hartley Jlm Taggart and Jlm vhllgtjfl, because of IIIJLIFICS mcurrul carlx 111 the scason 'Ihe team ITl3lIltdlflLIl a strong defense howevcr, which cvcn hlghpow ered Hamburg had trouble crac k mg m a close 12 7 defcat for Xrnbcrst lackles IIIH 'Iaggart ancl Xchlcy Bloch cr carncrl posltlons on thc IDIVISIOII I hrst team and on the fountx All Star elcwcn John Hoechst was selected Nlost Y Lluable Plaver 'XII' lxentner and Nlr Sch 1cf1r coachul thelr boxs mto a thlrcl pl ut tle with flexeland Hlll, wlth a lcaguc recorcl of 4 wms and 3 losses JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL J -ln , A-- L . '- xx tkbfkm if 'L' . if f-m44 J' ' .MLK Rou' I: Bob Lawler, Bill Fisher, Jim Riley, Dave Stein, Bill Leimprep, Lance Harrison, Thomas Sedon, Dan Perry, Bob Festa, John Ainmerinan. Row ll: Gerald Wright, coach, Bob Bailey, Donald Bell, Brendan Kennedy, Dick Delneco, John Locurto, Jim Curry, Rick Fhilputt, Bob Miller, Kip Paulmer, Wesley Starkweather, coach. Hou' lll.' John Henry, Jeff Dowing, Bill Denall, Bob Fisk, Rick Tuttle, Sam Roussi, Bob Jones, Ed Goods, Dick Granger, Chuck Tracey. A.C.H.S. RECORD 0 Orchard Park Q0 14 Cleveland Hill 6 25 West Seneca 13 Q0 Maryvale 7 7 Hamburg 12 13 Frontier 7 13 Williamsville 18 0 Depew 20 The Tigers rigorously practice: HIKHY kifkffi'23'fL1333lf5?Eff5if 5331375 5 '53 -f595E'l'S?5cf-5153535 172 "s, 349,-' :Li-Tiki IEE? Zfiif i- 1E'i'?li5f7 f sf 5'15'4x?'FIT3' 1'ii'?'?-7 Qi-i555 115 VARSITY SOCCER 1 'R .5 'GV Hou' If Steve Vvitt, .lohn Pomeroy, Mike Batt, Mike Nelson, hlike Vvolf, Jeff Benson, Quin Powell, Bill Baine. Row 11: Rohert llettler, coach, Lennie Kieffer, Jerry Anderson, Bob Ifngerer, Pete Schuck, Dave Bert, .lim Collingwood, Jay Roeder. Row Ill: Rick Brown, Fred Vietor, John Teach, Dave Shenton, Dave Cook, .lim Sinclair, John Bitncr, Chuck Miller. A.C.H.S. RECORD 4 Holland 2 14 2 Q North Collins Q 7 2 8 VVilliamsVille 0 5 2 8 Frontier 2 4 Q 18 Maryvale 0 10 0 12 VVest Seneca 0 The soccer team in practice-head and shoulders above them all! 12 0 6 Gow 2 18 2 4 Nichols 0 6 Brockport I ii lifii. iii ?E3? ff1 2:5 'if'?.l5'?A'3f-5 f i.: P-55 r 3151571747 -' 22435 if?.'.'L75."SS-'2'ffii5Z5ii'E i A i?2FiQ'!i?5?'iff5f 116 . I. ..', I ,.., r.. JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER A Q :Af Rou I Daxe 'Hiller Izarl Wilson If-H Baldwin John lxnox Daxe Cook Denny DuBois Paul Flelschauer Tom Johnson Don Funk Hou II Tom Thomas Harry Humphreys lim Curry Alex Haase Daxe Durrell Joe Cagglano Dick Kubll Joe DlV1ta Coach Robert WIcAll1ster Hou Ill Louie Truesdell Fred Henrlch C arv Lucas Mike Schall Bob Anderson Fd Clark Pete Hauschka C ene Mora SOCCER U j The soccer team brought fame and glory to themselves and thelr school thlS year they proved to be the first A C H S soc cer team to have an undefeated season Only two polnts were scored against them because of goalle Anderson s excel lent defense The first home game agalnst F rontler drove spectators wild Haase and Burrell scored the winning goals ln the last minute of play Of Coach McAll1ster s fine bunch of boys Caggxano Haase Wilson Bur rell and Anderson were first team All Stars John Knox placed on the All Star second team High scorers were Alex Goalie Anderson uses his head for defense Haase-32 and Dave Burrell 38 ord by making 8 points ln one game Gene L ik? 'F i at QM 'K 'IANA' Wd Ju A 'A J U" ' ' "' 'qi i JL MA' R Moira, fullback displayed spectacular passing techniques learned ln his native Spam Co captains Dave Cook and John Knox can be Justly proud of their team s competency splrlt, and sportsmanshlp . N r . ' f " nl -'K 1. . .. KX sl Y 'i' ' A I n W H yr li Q ' 1 V s ' i., i x s . Y. i Y : ' "iv ' s A y ' , I Q l is ' A A ' l : 1 l 1 I . v Q 1 , 1 , , I . 3'-5 vb F2 ' s , - Z ' .9 GS !! ' ' 9 9 1 s ' 9 9 ' 3 - - . rl' O .- Haase tied the individual scorin rec- ,. ,.. .. M - V. ...,,. Y . ...., . -it ., .. ,. ...., -. lei- . . . g fx'-ez: .FE si?" '54, . rar -'El-a"'-'5'Sf"'7 Mig "d.!L?S. . . 422 1 . . -ft . - ' if ' - ' 9 9 ' ?"5 ml il? 53 fi? ,A I2 I CROSS COUNTRY A , C Lg., A F A Lt is O Rau' 1: Steve Sackett, Don Grell, Bob Merritt, lid Peard, Frank limery, Clark Goetzmann, George Brown. Hou' ll: Alan Bergsma, .Iohn Lahr, Bob Killhetfer, Jim Keller, Ray Tufts, Dave Whiteman, Kurt Kloesz, lIike Thiedeman, Hlr. Bergman, Coach. Hou' Ill: John Irving, Manager, John Farner, Tim Will, Dennis Kelly, Don VVarren, Bruce Begin, Garry Munseii, Barry Kasonic, -lim Beane. The harriers had an excellent season,tying with Hamburg for the championship of Division I of the ECIC with a record of 13-1. In the thrilling meet for the Section VI AAA title, the runners lost to Kenmore VVest by only one point. In the Buffalo State Teachers Invitational Meet, the harriers placed third behind Kenmore East and Kenmore IVest. Consistent point winners were Jim Beane, Frank Emery, Clark Goetzmann, Barry Kasonic, Bob Nlerritt, Garry Blun- son, and Nlike Thiedeman. Although Cross-fountry is primarily an individual sport, team spirit plays an important part in the desire to win. Hard work and strict adherence to training rules are necessary in order to produce the good runners Amherst had this year. Sporty tfpecmtofcr . A familiar after-school sight: l-Id Pe-ard, Steve Sac-kett, Frank Emery and Boh Merritt, in a practice run. 'T VARSITY SWIMMING ' ,-,..i.L' Q ifl' r K ' 3, X4. r ti. i. 1 ' " ' ,I it 2 ', X eng Ig J. C AA Y T u ,413 - K Y C l I 5 . t I I I l N 4' I Peter llinich, Dick Beam-, Tom Rico, Lev Vook, Quinn Powell, Doug Birrvll, Dick IM-KI1-in, AIcx Haase, Dick Root, Dil-k Haas, Goorgv Shanks, mow zndoom' -Xmherst s Illtfllltll won thur first four meets They Iost the next thru, Iiowovtr to strong teams from Iimst Strut--1 f,Iu'cI-and Ilill and frontier Ihc ttam finishtd third in league standing. Ihe swinmwrs cfainc back in the playoffs, after defeat- ing Ilainburg, toI1'1nd K It-vt Iand Ilill its onIy loss. Frontier again cleft-atc-cl Amherst in its Hnal meet. Blr. IYiIIi'un IVcIxr had '1 CIl'lI1Ct to coach sev- eral powerful swinnnc-rs. Vaptain IA-0 Vook: I'ctvr Nliniclig and tho rc-Iay teams of Root, DeKIeinc, Ric-c-, and Shanksg and I51-ana, Ilaasc, Minich, and Hive- all set Icaguc records. Minir-I1 surpassvd prev- I V' P I5 9.57m ' 1 if I Dale Hagerty, Joe Divita, BIII Ilurnphrvys, Dick Roth, Jim Klcnu-ns, Alvin Kraatz, Frank Moore-, Fred Briggs, Mr. Wt-Imcr. ' u ' 7 ' - , f -:'I.-:"1:..-2: F 2' - 5 ,I ML' 'S-'T"' ip i ta? XRS! '- Y A 1-, - ' -9 b " I 3, . - - . T, T 1 2. 9' .1-.51 . ' t if . . . X ' f . s tl I XJ ag :At , W N, Q gr 'I ' f M f , I- I w +2 I 1 4 , . I 5 ' s ' ,. x L x ' i I ,, It I ' I ' ' XY 1 A U r ' . K ' . Q . ' I f 59 " t I A ' 5 Q ' .F K 5 f f 1 x h K 1 K l h 4 I 5 A , 1 ious times in the hundred yard butterfiy compe- tition allnost 4-vvry tiinv Inv swam. i I lfuu' 1: frnig Robinson, Steve Burnluun, Curt I'1t'kI14-rt, Rogt-r Vraig, Doug Hush, Bill Tunkvy, .Iinl BCIIIIU, C'Ilip Sc-Imttor, Mr. W4-In-r. Kun- ll: Joe tiungliardo, .loc NIunnni-ry, John tiourlay, Dave Burt, Doug Minic-Ii, .Iiin K1-Ily, Boll Rilvy, f'ImrI4-s Nunn, Steve Janis, Bill Koa-I1It-r. ,L ,,,, . . I.: . ,.: . V ,. .',., ,. . ,,-7 .,l ', ., ., h,,..,,3,..3, l.-Lv.. -1 . 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' , , I I' , I . , 1 V11-1-1111111111 1'z111I FI1'..'I'I1 - , I I-5' - ' I - 'I' 1- 5, .' 1111 " 1 U 1 1 '- '- - ' 1 1 I 1- 1, I I I I I I V . 1 , . J. ' , ' '. . 1 rj . . fg. . 1- '!?I,i.-f'u?f"1.-fl yr "f,-' ,J -224j'I-ifzffjl-1322-fffiQ.,''f'5Q'. Q. 1,?i:?1':i'E5',J S1-I: - :111 11:11 -111 -31-1-II1-nt 1' -- 1 vith 1 I-I--4 121 'Q' life Q,-13 This year's wrestling teain, coached by Mr. tvright, won nine matches and lost three. The boys finished third behind W'illia1ns- ville and Orchard Park in the E.C.I.C. They rallied, however, to place second to the Billies in the sectionals. The outstanding rnatmen were Bob Jackson, who was unde- feated all season, Co-captains Kfike Cohen and John Gentle- man, Lynn Hartley, Lou Sabo, and Jiin l'awlowski. Jackson won in the sectionalsg Sabo, Pawlow- ski, Hartley, and Vohen finished second. The prospects for next year are bright since only Cohen, Hartley, and Gentleman are sen- iors. WAEESTLING SQUAD ru I lwnn Hlrtlu lolin K lllttllllll lu Sutr ob lickson Bob South: Xrt ix I in Stun Hou ll Nlr W right lohn Xtlson Nlikc Hitt lou 5lllO lohn W irzlour Nllkt Co 1611 rx ctllllll Il III 1 an ous 1 hu XI 1 in B1 llllllll :rt Osborn lt rt W1 nter ll Jim Pfuwlowxski Ixnn Hirtlu lou bibo Iohn W irdour -Xrt I' iw Bob Southall Iohn man s furry in 1 practice session Fentlenmn 122 Iff ' : z -.',- B' l-1,1-lf-'I-,B , f :ll .ler L' ' - . Ro ' : .lin P: 'l K' ek 4 iplil --, fb P' : , fha liilbe , Al Gavazzy, -lim Getlnan. Ron I Ron Seiler, Dave Stien, Mike Cohen, Bob Jackson, Charles Osborne, Jerry f'0lll'll. Razr Mike fohen nzibs Bob Jackson in f e BOWLING lllls Xear s lxeglers were led bx Xngelo C 0itdIllO Jon Xdel Bruce Nlclxmnex and Nlarlx Remgold mth 111 169 160 and 160 aserages respectlxelx Cos tanlo suth 234 and Xdel wx 1th Q46 had the hlgh games John Lllga and Duncan NIeNe1l were co cxptams lnder the SUPGFXISIOII of Orln Boss man the team ws on 14 polnts but lost Zo polnts The serles of after school matches at local boullng allexs resulted 111 our team s pldC1I1g fourth ln the league Rau I hir Bomnm lohn Webster Stew Slclxttt -'Snf,,elo Costanzo Iohn I1lg.,a 'Nlark Rem gold Jon Adel Terry Hcsch Bob Iwsk Hou ll 'Nlarun btocker Rlck Costanzo Ifugene Coop rider Dax 1d Beyer Bruce NICKIHIIQQ Bob 'NIerr1tt Howard Dax IS George Gollbersuch .fklllf Coach lNIcAll1ster s marksmen won 6 matches and lost 3 Thls record rated the team ln thlrd plate Thlngs look better for next xear however smce onlv two of thls sears hlgh shooters Pete Ptkstrom and Don Grell are graduatmg Bruno Ixlellch sophomore had the hlgh average of the xear The other top scorers were Captaln Pete Fckstrom Ed Haug Don Grell and I11Cl1dI'Ll and Rax mond VS edeklndt RIFLE Row l David Southall Tom Thomas Iohn Pomeroy Frank Wloskaluk Benny Derbsch Bruno Klelxch Row ll Wir Mcklllster, Don Patterson, Ray xxt'df:'kll1dt, Rlchard xxCCl6kll1dt, Pete hckstrom, Ed Hang, Tum Faux 123 rw. v ,- , 4 . v "1 1 w , . v . 1 1 , . , 1 Q, - . v. 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'Ml 5' is fy, HAQZI,-, ,-,tw-F . vs Q, V Y si 65V 6912 8512 Row I Fd Clark Ne1l Carlson Bob Heckmann Jun Decker Ron Hofiman Lynn Wardour J1m Jung Dave York John Paeplowy Fd Haug Rau II Coach Vhlham Weber Steye backett Clark f oet7mann Bob Merr1tt Steve Crafts Dave Vhnfleld Ld Peard I'arlVW1lson loe xIOl'lCCd Daxe Skmner Tony f 1013 Coach Mxlton Bergman Rou III Dave WI1ller Frank D11 orenzo George Broun Daxe Kleeman Chuck Coopr1der Andy Somers Mlke Thledeman Bob Gaus Bob lVI1ller Frank Emery Rou IV Tom Thomas Ray Flor hm P3WlOWSkl John Lllga Greg Mlller Barry KHSOHIC John Wardour Lynn Hartley 1 Q3 A C H S RECORD Trott Orchard Park V -ff W1ll1amsv1lle Front1er 1 Hamburg Cleveland H111 N V Lancaster VN est Seneca N1chols .1-nf' W H9 -a-as-rf' LW- """"' f' .P .1-'A it 'A ' mt ws Y' wr ws? M.. 7 ' W v' 124 , at lf Q 'Se 5 .... . - id ., A ' . . . ' 4 1 f Fa i f 74 C 1 1 , 3 U . 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New 9 Row I Clark Slmonds Bernle Gaus Kurt Kloesz Al Stang Jxm Keller Ackley Blocher Doug Blrrell Jonah Klemstem Mlke Dalton Jerry Anderson Row I I Coach Wllllam Weber Dave Kotok Jerry Ortman Bruce Begm Dan Paterson Gean Bunella Al Bergsma Don Warren Coach Mnlton Bergman Row Ill Duck Sleffert Bob Klllhefler Jlm Beane Tom Davnes Andy Kulhurg Bob Fox Doug Hereth TRACK The track team had to cope with several lnjurles during the early part of the sea son resultlng ln losses to Vhlllamsvllle and Hamburg Both these meets were declded by the last relay wlth one and three pomts determmlng the wmners These close defeats spurred the Clnder men to a trlumphant Hnxsh to the season the team was vxctorlous m the rest of thelr meets Coach 'Vlllton Bergman s men won the ECIC meet They finlshed second ID the Section VI AAA finals scorlng 23 pomts to Kenmore s 30M High scorers were Ron Hoffman 645 Dave York 58 Frank Emery 45 John Paeplow and Dave York teamed up to wln the quarter mlle ln every meet Pae plow set a section record Wlth a 51 8 clocking for the race Lynn Wardour a junlor was captain Only four seniors were on the squad so the 1960 season s strength comes from pomt getters Emery, Wardour D1Lorenzo Wlntield andG1o1a Up and Oxer' Iynn Wardour dlsplays the form whlch helped hlm txe the Dlvlslon I record 'E 1 g "' " S ' - . 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'-rl ' ' '. . . ig., , 56,5 .. . , '.'.f -Lo' , s 9 - .Fe - LTL ' A , , , . gf, 125 lc- ll' . . sf :L 1 1959 GOLF f'11a1-l1 K1-111111-1' 1'z1ll111l 1959 :111 "av1r'1g1 s1-'1s1111" '11 ll11 f 1111 " ' " " ' I 1 1 N 11 X 111 h111N 111 ll 11, x N il11 1 11111 x 1 11 lll lx1 5 Xl 1 1 N X 1l111 lflllll Ix11s1:-l111 PURP' NIS Ull l N 1959 TENNIS ll I l1111 XIII 1 R11ln XII1 1rw1111 l11l111 W1l1st1r l11kR111x1ll 131111 131111 l 1l B1r1 Rout l 1 X1 1l t 11 111 1111111 11'r111 1111 1111111 ll 1rrx lllflxl r'-.1111 l rrx llru 1 X s K1 11111 str11111 Izllll C l1rl-1 1111 xlllxl l lpplll lx111 C rmf11r1l i1111I1Sl11r11l111 NI 1rl111 D 4' Soy ulzng I,lXL Nl1t1l11ll lllllx II1 111 1r1 111't tK 1 1 3 111 X11 Ill lx1rl11r qfllllfllllfl l l111Ix11s1l Nl X 111 1rry 11111 .Vpecmzom Move l11111111e1l QNLIX s1l11111l l1ul Xllll s g 1 1r11u11 11 N ss 1 ll 1 1 1 Nl ll 1 Slllgltx 1l1111l1 LS 111lr ll IJ 1111 111 1111l 1 5 111 lllll lw111l1 Nklllfbll XI 'olllgl0S 1l1 11111111111 ,,uJ 1959 BASEBALL Coach Robert Ilettler's nine held first place in ECIC Division I for the first half of the season. A losing streak put them in second place, where they finished the season. Their record was ll wins- 5 losses. Team spirit was high, as the Tigers defeated each opposing team at least once. Leading hitters were John Barie, with a .423 average and Captain George Bratty, who batted .367. The pride of the team was Joe Qaggiano a junior who pitched two no hit gamcs hc lost only two games and he won eight including fine spec tacu lar shut outs C aggiano was the division s leading pitcher Outstanding letter win ners who returned for the 1960 season were Thuman Burrill Barle Sampog naro Meyer and Laggiano 3F 1 Z ff gf?-8 ,rw ,7:,"""' -auf Hou I Dave Cook Dale f ruber Pd Nelson Wayne Stem Ricky Brown Joe Nllana flm bmlth Mike Mel ee Dick Anderson Hou 11 Bob Qouthall Marshall Cusic Dennie DuBois Don Fddy Joe DIY Ita Kipp Crlckard I , . I . . I Y , v - I xv , v v 1 . , . t , A . . I I Y l I h - 5 , . . . . , . - . . K . . t . v. - . . C - - Q 9 3 . 'K I S 1 ' ...,.. WI .4 I 5 .L , , ,. 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INTRAMURAL SPORTS Basketball is ai favorite winter sport. -Q ' no A ': , - A Z afx r H 'ff r 5 Field Hockey is enjoyed by many of the girls, Mr. l"essenden's homeroom capped the Senior Basketball Championship 129 This was the first year that the girls' after-school program was divided into two groups, the Syn- chronized and Marathon Swim Clubs. Under Bliss Harzmann, adviser of both organizations, the girls interested in synchronized swimming learned the basic strokes, dance skills, and diving routines. The five girls of the lwarathon Swim Club practiced racing for competition with other schools The finale and speclaltv acts of VVater Follies were com posed of girls who were members of the Swim Clubs T be Pool z.r opulm' a ter School Rou I Surah Robinson Sue Xork line 'kndrens Bex erly Dumke Sue Rmebolt Sharon Carr practices a dlve for her ap Barb Clark lN inn C rem Y icky. Riley C irole Wlullen Gail Cetnmn Rou II Carol peirance ln the Water lfollles Cummings Xnn Osborn Ixiren C0lXlll Illltll Connolly Barb I rable Barb Keefe lanlce Lew M irtlii Smith Nhrion Butterfield Bfirb Hammond Leslie Bechtel HOCKEY Rou' I: Sharon Panl-Low, Lynn Hckhert, Karen Anthony, Mary Kay Santmire, Pat Sloden, Sue Hoemke, Alicia Buerger. Rau- II: Luanne Lawrence, Renee Wesson, Sandy Higgins, Marty YVeleh, Charlotte Cleveland, -loan Boehel, Anile Spit-sz, Barbara Harzmann, Adviser. Hou' 111: Claudia Schnieder, Bar- bara Hammond, Peggy Hausehka, Nancy Evans, Betsy Smith, Arlene Graczyk, Betty Hardin, Sandy Lape, Annette Valvo. Rau' IV: Judy Gee, Marilyn Mitchell, Carol Rarog, Charlotte Heckmann, Ann Osborn, Bev Alexander, Gale Pierce, Ann Hedden, Norma Klumpp. Hou- 1 tt' 2: HONOR TEAM I. Rau' if df' L: HONOR TEAM Il. BASKETBALL The girls' basketball team, se- lected and sponsored by Bliss Carolyn Krehbiel, practiced be- fore school every Tuesday and V Thursday morning. An active schedule included competition with Eden, AVilliamsville, Sweet Home, and Tonawanda High Schools. The season was ended sv with a play day at Lancaster. This year's girls' field hockey team. coached by Miss Barbara Harzmann, was more active than teams of the past. Team mem- bers were required to practice al- most every day after school throughout the fall months. The girls played four major games, two with Park School and two with lYilliamsx'ille. The season's record boasted two wins, a tie, and a defeat. SPORTS Seated: Pat Slodden, Judy Bevis, Ginger Knapp, Donna lizzo, Ann Headley, Norma Klumpp. Slanding: Sandy Higgins, Barb Gerstner, Betty Hardin, Barb Hammond, Gail Pierce, Karen Anthony, Ginna Coon, Betty Lock. SPORTS COUNCIL Row I Pat Slodden Carol Rexman Ann Osborn Gmna Coon Row Il Sue Hoemke C xrol Cummmgs Arlene Graczyk Joan Boebel Barb Hammond Mlss Barbara Harz mann Pat Catalde Mary Anne Zuzre Charlotte Heckmann Martha Smxth Barb Adams ludy Gee Elected representatlves from each glrls homeroom coordlnate the glrls sports program with MISS Krehblel and Miss Harzmann Members are responslble for re cordmg the polnts earned ln after school sports by each glrl ln thelr homeroom The sports awards are presented at the annual Councll mother and daughter banquet each spring Proceeds from the council s annual Water Follles are used for the Allce Buerger and Betty Ackley Memorlal Scholar ships Officers for the past year were Karen Anthoney presxdent Glnna Coon, VICC presldent Michele Monson secretary and Ann Osborn, treasurer Gzrlf Plan Varzed .fports Program Thls club IS composed of glrls who are lnterested ln learmng how to ofllcxate ln any of the several sports Amherst offers girls Under MISS Harzmann ad vlser the gurls are taught the basic rules of the sports and the technlque of officlatlng They then serve as OHICIHIS both rn the lntramural games and ln thelr own gym classes Last fall the officlals club attended a rules cllnlc at Wllllamsvllle OFFICIALS CLUB Row I Sue York, Jane Andrews, Mary Jordan, Beverly Dumke, Ruth Machover Michele llflonson, Gall Homberger, Paulette Tassxopulos Row II Arlene Graczak Barbara Keefe, Audrey Blngel, Bev Alexander, Lmda Smlthey, Ann Headley, Ann Osborn, Sandy Tracy, Janice Burgoyne Row III Miss Krehblel, advlser, Karen Anthony, Charlotte Heckmann, Sue Hoemke, Lynn Eckhert, Mary Santmlre, Joan McCall, Drma Fried, Chrns Stepren, Mlss Harzmann, advlser l3Q I . ,.., x . ' ' AKI . , n ' I 1, , '.V, q ,Y . . . , , ,, 7 , ,, l l ' 1 1 5 4 . , . 9 " 3 9 3 9 : P 9 I ' 'I l ' , 1 n 9 n ' U K 5 4 I l I , Q . l O , .. 3 ADVERTISEMENTS LJ POLLUTRO JLESALE GROCERS n i 'I SE be Q sUFF.-xLo, N. Y. LY Compliments lT VELVET FLAVOR Than You Bargain Far' of arling Amherst IROQUOIS BAG CO., INC. 'ms Dairy, Inc. 4949 Main Street Buffalo 26, N. Y. To the School Board, Teachers, and Staff THANK YOU! To my fellow Graduates GOOD LUCK! Howie Huffon NATIONAL GYPSUM COMPANY nherst High School graduates are now employed at our Executive Offices, ware Avenue where air-conditioning, music and sound control represent finest working conditions. Congratulations to the Class of 1960 , .-.. . A A 4-:. x if I X I V711-K ,so 5 - V A ' X .lf I Woldman Sheridan Inc. OOMPLIMENTS DRUG STORES OF A Sheridan Harlem Plaza Snyder, N. Y. F R I E N D We Deliver - Clrcle 2900 Russell-Miller Milling Co. FRANK'S RESTAURANT Buffalo, New York 3975 Main street MILLERS OF SUPERIOR Eggeflsvmf 25, N' Y- BAKERY FLOU RS JOHN ADRIAN SONS, INC. Manufacturers of Quality Sausage 8: Provisions XVhOlesalers To Schools, Institutions, Etc. l750 Genesee St. TA 4466-7 Buffalo ll, N. Y. MUSICORNER, Inc. A1558 Main Street Clrcle 0888 Snyder 26, New York Stationery Records Greeting Cards High Fidelity Phonographs Gifts Books 'Sv Compliments of a FRIEND Best Ol' Luck to the Senior Class Compliments of the STUDENT UNION President NI ike-Grando Vice President xludy Baumler Treasurer Doug Birrell Sefretary Marilyn Schanier AN INDEX TO COMMUNITY LIVING! THE AMHERST BEE 5564 Main St. Williamsville, N. Y. PL 4700 DR. FRANK VASTOLA Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon 4017 Harlem Road corner Saratoga Snyder 26, N. Y. CI 2255 PLaza 5092 VILLAGE TARTAN SHOP 0 Casual Clothes 0 Accessories RINEBOLT HARDWARE Phone CI 1775 Q Lingerie Quality Home Maintenance Supplies Frances E. IVilliams 5426 Main Street 4564 Main Street Snyder 26, N Y IVilliamsville, N. Y. For a Career in Professional Nursing Apply to The Director of Nursing Deaconess Hospital School of Nursing 563 Riley Street Buffalo 8, N. Y. SU 4400 Deaconess Hospital is "Bz1iIdz'r1g for Better Health" 270 new beds and facilities will be ready in 1961 GERALD F. BOYLE INSURANCE Real Estate - Mortgage Loans Lower Rates, Preferred Risks 3911 Main Street Eggertsville 21, N. Y. Try Our Homemade Breads, Pies, Cakes, Rolls LOCK'S HOME BAKERY 3927 Harlem at Kensington Quality our Specialty CI 1080 r-,,2,o-.f SNITHVK5 RELIABLE PHARMACIES SMITHER LONG DRUG CORP. Eggertsville, New York Aklherst 1111 SMITHER 8: HILL DRUG CO. Main 8: Leroy, Buffalo PArkside llll Every Detail Personally Attended To MINIT CAR WASH 4476 MAIN at HARLEM Whitewalls washed at no extra Charge Open 7 days per week fweather permittingj RE. -e I Compliments of ALLEN'S PROVINCIAL and CONTEMPORARY SHOPPE 3973 Harlem Road Snyder, New York SHAW'S TEXTILES Cottons Silks Woolens Drapery Fabrics 2823 Delaware Ave. Kenmore, New York Phone Clrcle 0123 Delivery Service X DRY CLEANING We Operate Our Own Plant 2200 Kensington Avenue Snyder 21, N. Y. fx la lfx Senior Photography bv I Ben Swan Por1'rai'r Studio 637 Main Street in Buffalo across from Shea's Buffalo IVA 8889 All negatives kept for Due years for duplicate orders Queen City Seed and Nursery Co., Inc. 3982 Harlem Road near Kensington Sn ycler, New York Good INishes WII.KIE'S .Stores for Men 4508 Main Street Tresidder Inc. Realtors Agents for Travelers Insurance Co. 4675 Main St. at Darwin Drive Clrcle 0550-0363 "Trained to guard your health" SNYDER PHARMACY C. Keil Cassety, Ph.G. 4536 MAIN ST. Snyder, New York Call Clrele 99l5 Free Delivery t ff" Vfnrff? 2 ' Best Wishes Carpenter 81 Skaer, Inc. General Contractors Buffalo 10, N. Y. Institutional, Commercial and Industrial Construction Q' ZAA ,pf s iff! ,1"1' f' ? Al 5 .i . ' .' 1, Q Q 4 -L. STUDENT PATRONS Lana Anderson Harry M. Huinphreys Richard Beane Howard Hutton Donna Ezzo Vangie Parson Annette Gilliland Patricia Slodden Andrew T. Greeley Lindy Thompson 140 FAMILY Mrs. John Dr. Sc Mrs. Mr. S4 Mrs Mr. 84 Mrs. Mr. S4 Mrs Dr. 8: Mrs. Mr. Se Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs Mr. Se Mrs Mr. Sc Mrs Mr. Se Mrs Dr. Se Mrs. Mr. Se Mrs Mr. Sc Mrs Mr. Sc Mrs Mr. Sq Mrs. Dr. Sc Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs Mr. 8: Mrs Mr. 8: Mrs Dr. 8: Mrs. Mr. Sc Mrs Mr. 8: Mrs Mr. Sc Mrs PATRONS M. Benzing Reuben Billowitz Julius Boda Anthony M. Caggiano Kenneth F. Carroll Kenneth H. Eckhert John Entrikin John R. Findlay john G. Frey YVillia1n H. Gage Carlos H. Greene B. Edward Heekinann R. B. Hirsch Howard E. R. Hutton Ralph L. LaDuca B. Benjamin McNamara Harold Meese Frank Puglisi Charles Roesch Ainslie A. Slodden H. C. Santmire James F. Schrader Cecil Sprague Edward Stotz BUSINESS PATRONS Mary Bryant Food Shop Menzies Sc Co. Inc. Barney Miller Inc. Vin-Chet Pastry Shop Inc. J. F. XVClI'll1CllHC1' Inc. Twin Fair Dept. Stores ACKNOWLEDGMENT The Staff of the 1960 Tower is appreciative of the financial as- sistance obtained from student and family patrons and from local businesses. YVe hope that Amherst resi- dents will join us in patronizing these community-spirited busi- nesses. READ MOTOR CO. INC. 30 Years Your Amherst Ford Dealer 5661 Main Street Williamsville, N. Y. Congratulations to the Class of 1960 And Welcome to the ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Sponsors of the ANNUAL HOLIDAY DANCE For the benefit of the Paul M. King Memorial Scholarship Fund 141 CONGRATULATIONS David Cook Paul Fleischauer Ann Osborn Marshall Cusic The tudent Council Honor Society tore BEST WISHES to the 1960 Graduates Manager - Bruce Nothmann Asst. Mgr. - Val Scott Advisor - Mr. Schuchardt A Complete Line of School Supplies in Room 223 for Your Convenience Ov CONGRATULATIONS Class Ol l96O Complimcn Ls THE SQUIRE SHOP C0lEY'S DAIRY, INC. FOR MEN 4548 min Street Lincoln 1071 Snyder, New York T CONGRATULATIONS N and XE.: tb I BEST WISHES ' to the Class Of 1960 from John Barie, P1'ffSide'Hf Lynn Hfardour, Vice President Lee Geek, Secretmy V G Lynn Hartley, T1-eeew-ef '12 in 7 Y The Amherst Varsity -L Club Best Wishes To Our Departing Upperclassrnen Class '61 President Jim Curry Vice President Bob Clarkson Treasurer Blake Bergen Secretary Charlotte Cleveland From the GITIS Sports Council Congratulations To The Class Of President Karen Anthony Vice President Ginna Coon Secretary Ann Osborn Treasurer Michele Monson QR . 1 Ame'rica's King Of X Q Q ... 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