Amherst Regional High School - Goldbug Yearbook (Amherst, MA)

 - Class of 1951

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The freshman class has some very promising athletic mem- bers evidenced by the fact that the second team made up largely of freshmen had a very successful season. With their participation in the Interclass play contest they made a name for themselves in formal school activities. '-rs s. 1 ef Q Jsisff, so 3 x . 'ix S576 Y D ' in . evsi F :isa ,-', v ' of Q , S A '.-Rf-ss' wt.: Nz' .S s- :sf-.sefwtxax -X so . X Q sms. iirii f . Gfficersz A. Giannetti, president, Miss Donley, adviser, M. Martin, secretary, R. Hassan, vice-presidentg D. Brown, treasurer F RESHME First Row: H. Fuller, B. Ansaldo, D. Bazara, G, Bagley, B. Booth, J. Donoghue, Y. Basara, V. Britt Second Row: E. Beville, D. Dowd, B. Bray, S. Boyden, J. Hartwell, L. Hare, M.,Clark, P. Glazier, S. Goralski Third Row: D. Fellers, L. Dowd, G. Conklin, J. Avery, R. Fitzgerald, R. Drake, F. Allen, H. Aldrich Absent: R. Hatt 4. . ' . ' A WQSVKMQ 1 if .4 Seven First Row, E. O'Brien, M. Petroski, G. Powers, F. Reed, R. Rossi, M. Rossi, J. Sanders Second Row: J. Purnell, B. Perry, M. Potter, S. Ruder, F. Parlow, G. Nelson, E. O'Neil Third Row: J. Richardson, D. Pearson, R. Romancier, R. Parks, C. Oliver, E. Ostrowski, P. Searle First Row: L. Whittemore, E. Vendette, B. M. Sullivan, M. Tidlund, G. Stone, A. Spear, R. White Second Row: D. Wood, E. Wysocki, N. Taylor, D. Wedge, K. White, M. White, A. Wardwell, E. Ward Third Row: D. Spear, E. Wheeler, G. Wicksall, M. Stosz, H. Thornton, G. Wentworth, W. Wentworth, R. Whitcomb, C. Turgeon Absent: B. Wilhelm, M. Whitcomb. IIIMLIHKMIQLX Eight First Row: B. Johnson, V. McKemmie, D. Jelski, D. Matuszko, D. Lash- way, B. Horr, M. Knightly, E. Kessler, M. Kozlosky Second Row: D. Knightly, P. Hosford, E. Lavalle, E. Marco, S. Hayward, J. Mientka Third Row: B. Mikelis, M. Mack, P. Henry, P. Joy, E. Leigh, G. Lauder, S. Mogelinski, R. Kosior, A. McKee, W. Markert mxmxmmxxxxxxmxxmxr 0CTOBER 1950 r ' ' V 'T W" YYWYY' I I 'a H I I I I I me I I xl I I I I I I I I I I u I' ll I ll 1 I ' I ' ll ul ll u - I I ul I I I I I I I I - BAD Clarinets, left to right: Mr. Schuler, R. Whitney, R. Kosior, C. Soller, S. Montgomery, J. Oleson, W Cole, J. Major, J. Gibson, B. Perry Saxaphone A. McKee Baritones: J. Avery, M. Mack Flute G. Stone Trumpet: R. Parks Amherst High has a much improved band this year. In the fall they helped enliven and color home football games with music and drum major- ettes. The majorettes, a new attraction this year, learned quickiyt and, since most of them are freshmen, will con- D- tinue to improve. The band has participated SENIORS IN BAND W. Kennedy, S. Montgomery, Mr. Schuler, W. Cole, in most of our pep rallies and T, Cornish contributed that extra punch to keep things lively. In February the band sent five members to the All State Concert in Worcester. In March it played at the Small School Basketball Tournament at the University of Massa- chusetts. An orchestra, a string quartet, and a dance band were all organized this year, but their recent birth prevented any immediate appearances, more may be expected in years to come. The string quartet, however, performed at the Christmas Concert and on other occasions to the credit of its members, Diana Brown, Lynn Hare, Ann Wardwell, and Martha Whitney. Thanks to "Pop" Schuler's patience and to Mr. Young's valuable assistance, Amherst has several growing organiza- Drum Majorettes: J. Rich ardson, G. Nelson, N. Taylor S. Ruder, B. Johnson, D Brown, D. Matuzko In back M. Martin, D. Lashway tions of which it will soon be proud. First row G Stone R Parks Second row R Fitzgerald T Cornish E Wheeler W Kennedy B Nanartonis D Pearson Sousa phone E Leigh Back row R Romancier W. Wentworth, C. Oliver, C. Staab, R. Ames E I even F OOTB LL This year the Hurricanes were a spirited team under the direction of Coach McDon- ough, but due to the inexperience and light- ness of the players, their record was not im- pressive. Amherst showed their best form in the Booster Day game with the highly rated Ludlow, when they kept the ball the entire first half and scored to lead, six to nothing. They lost by a very close margin after giving the champion Ludlow team the scare of their lives. Our lettermen were as follows: Seniors: Ernie Boynton at center, Captain Jim Coyne at tackle and right halfback, Manager Dave Damon, Wayne Dow at left halfback, Dick Perchak at end, and Ray Spillane at end, Juniors: Bill Doherty at quarterback, Bill Dzuiba at fullback and left halfback, Tom Knightly at tackle, Don Maia at end, guard, and left halfback, Wally Bartos at guard, Charlie Mannheim at end, and Art Warren at tackle, Freshmen: Fred Allen at guard and Gary Conklin at end and fullback. We are anticipating a good season next LU I fall as nine lettermen are returning. Orange Amherst 7 South Hadley Amherst 0 Farmington Amherst 0 Ware Amherst 6 Classical Amherst 0 Ludlow Amherst 6 Palmer Amherst O Dalton Amherst 7 Deerfield Academy Amherst 6 First row: E. Boynton, A. Warren, W. Doherty, T. Knightly, J. Coyne L. Baj, G. Conklin, R. Perchak, P. Cavanaugh Second row: G. Keegan W. Dzuiba, A. Nelson, W. Bartos, E. Hart, R. Ansaldo, D. Maia, C Mannheim Third row: Coach McDonou h F. Allen P. Ashcraft D g ! 1 7 Knightly, R. Spillane, W. Dow, L. Dowd, W. Wentworth, P. Joy, Assist- ant-coach McManus Fourth row: C. Oliver, Manager Damon, G Hayward Twelve X ' Q l a l fl Qf' K U U X. 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Cybulski, M. Elder, M. Siros- key, I. Penza, K. Garvey, M. Kolasinski Second row: B. Lovell, L. Potter, D. Parsons, R. Fessenden, D. Damon Third row: E. Stowell, J. Whittemore, J. Weaver, E. Britt Absent: F. Dowd honor roll meeting F I Brain food our een i - ' 2 i S Mil l l lf-ls Pro Merito members attending the January PRO MERITG This year the Pro Merito Society continued its practice of sponsoring four bi-monthly meetings to which honor roll members are invited. Usually a guest speaker, often from one of the colleges, is present and refreshments are served. Since Bill Cole was elected a Vice-President of the Massachusetts Society, the fall regional meeting was heldhere in Amherst. Many schools from Hampshire county and other nearby towns were represented, and were entertained by Professor Whicher and Dean Wilson, both of Amherst College. In order to become a member of the society, one must have compiled during his four years in high school a total of twenty points. Under this system an "A" equals five points, a "B" zero points, a "C" minus five, etc. Several privileges have been awarded to Pro Merito members this year because of the need for a real incen- tive to work toward becoming a member. These privileges include a special pass and a duplicate set of books. Standing: D. Elder presi dent, W. Cole, vice-president Seated: L. Cooley, treasurer Miss Oldfield, adviser S Nut ter, secretary .N -' 1 - . x A ' E ' W ' 'P ' A ' l l' XL 5 'f ' 'S N X f J w w yi l 3 J ' llc' .lla X... l.xX... . gr i . lg .. Jia. V lx A lt - lx A 'A lx 7 lk X, N X li X YHKXRKXWXXWXUMX UMA H M QW. H NCVEMBER 1950 Dance ballerina, dance "From Bed to Worse" 3 SL N V, X ' ,X Doesn't believe in spooning 4 X. . . X4 NW4. . X,X...sa 0 ss-XwXs.s,.s.XXX . Ng., . X XX NXXM- .W 1 1 f we fi wxsisxfissvsys.t t-as .Qi-sim . F Q W sz sift R. 7 3 1: ri:-Tiflsiiaff . . a J splsf W . 5.-,X xglb ,"' ,J'3' Nl is is M- ,. , Q .. .... 3 'ff' gf ' -L . E X 1-May-sgg iw. sslfxi .sf :' ,. s me 125. . .- as X i- , "L fi 1- sg,-355 f.: -L - -s 3255 ,1f3'3"3',f":5'QiIQ?1'?5"lfIf:'Si If? ' 059 Gjk, 6 ear! Q1-6 -Vo Q0 8 53? wb, ww ' ,- "Going up 5 second floor g millinery-I mean Math Biology rne rXrn,, . l erar a c NOVEMBER s ' xq.' "Much ado about nothing"-cheerleaders and Student Council Clash y ' A x . . .Goldbug editors chosen and staff appointed to their respective duties. . . f ., C. vlsvfi fp lis Angry shouts emerge from room 6 as debaters study the pros and cons . .'-.Q of the Welfare State. . .Debaters play host to six schools in a practice Xt tournament. . .People How to A.H.S. as the Junior Class rocks the house . P and 'pads its treasury. . .Frank Guy Armitage. brings Dickens' characters to life as student body applauds. . .Enthusiastic scientists voyage to Harvard to view glass flowers, mummies, and snack-bars. . .Everyone relaxes as Football season closesg bones grow back together Kas do Seniors , REMEMBER? and F reshmenjg and Thanksgiving vacation approachesj llXX.'lsX.llM.Li- U3 1 X X X. t X Q. 1: Q 'Q 1 Q Q Q - X Q X 'ty X 'GX 4 0, x GOLDBUG Senior class editors: L. Cooley, D. Elder ,E , 5 Features,Seated: J. Weaver, Miss F urgeson, adviser, S. Nutter and W. Cole, co-editors . 4.1. S. Montgomery Standing: R. Markuson Faculty editors, Seated: J. Ansaldo, I. Penza Photography, Standing: R. DaV1S Business Managers: J. Cadigan, C. Morton -Wg . Sports editors. J. Whittemore, T. Cornelius Business staff, Seated: K. White, C. White, M. J. Duval, E. Stowell, N. Nestle, M. Lozoski Standing: C. Noel, L. Baj, T. Cornish, L. Cromack, L. Potter, D. Damon, Club editors, Seated: D. Cybulski, K. Garvey Class editors: M. Elder, F. Dowd E. Britt Standing. T. Everson S evenieen JU IORS The juniors, already acquainted with the routine of high school life, lost no time in picking up where they had left off last year. They began by vigorously supporting sports, both the boys' and the girls' teams. Next was presented their class play, an excellent production of "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay." Following mid-years the juniors sponsored a dance. Then they again dis- played their fine acting ability in the inter- class contest with the entire class supporting the cast. First Row: B. Clark, D. Brown, J. Adams, W. Doherty, R. Ames, R Ansaldo, P. Colomb, R. Cleveland, D. Britt Second Row: M. Dickens, R. Boynton, H. Darling, M. Coyne, E. Allen, J. Bowler, H. Cary, P. Barry, T. Bridges, P. Bagley Third Row: R. Burt, P. Cavanaugh, S Clark, R. Brown, M. Burke, R. Burt, W. Bartos, R. Bilger, R. Bruce, J B aisdell E i ghieen Officers: B. Page, president B. Knowlton, vice-president C. Soller, secretary-treasurer Miss Oldlield, adviser First Row: B. Ives, M. Field, L. Eddy, R. French, M. Hobart, J. Gibson, B. Hunt Second Row: E. Hart, R. Hall, C. Howard, T. Grosberg, R. Goodell, G. Hayward, D. Elder, W. Dzuiba, J. Hogan 5 X X Mel M K. X . Xlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll First Row: F. Nichols, E Molitores, B. Nanartonis, M. Moore, H. O'Brien, M. Orrell Second Row: M. McKem1nie, I. Olanyk, J. O'Connor, A. O'Brien, C. Pearl, F. Paddock Third Row: D. Montague, G. O'Neil, J. Oleson, L. Noel, L. Musante, A. Nelson First Row: P. Royce, V. Reed, J. Stratford, R. Roys, C. Tiffany, B. Rogers, L. Tidlund Second Row: S. Lombard, C. Rule, J. Westcott, A. ren R Whitne R T burski C Staab L Wales Absent: I.Thomp- War , . y . y , . , . son, N. Truesdell, P. White, B. Shriel, S. Taylor N ineieen First Row: J. Kilikewich, D. Martell, B. Maiewski, L. Lannon, B. Kelley A. Jacque, J. Major Second Row: T. Knightly, W. Lashway, C. Mann- heim, D. Maia, E. Keegan Absent: E. Knightly Dec. 6 Dec. 13 Jan. 10 Jan. 31 DEBATIN G SCHEDULE Aff. South Hadley won Northampton lost Westfield lost Williamsburg lost Neg won lost lost won Varsity and adviser, Seated: L. Potter, Miss Brown, S. Taylor Standing: S. Nutter, D. Britt DEB TI G After getting off to a good start, and an early one, the de- baters kept up the pace all year, continuing into late spring. In addition to their regular debates, they played host to the Connecticut Valley Debating League in a pre-season de- bating practice and attended tournaments in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, Concord, New Hampshireg and Worcester, Massachusetts. The debaters also attended model con- gresses in Westfield and at A. I. C. in Springfield. The club put on a regular-if highly unorthodox-debate in assembly which was extremely informative. Twenty lllll llllllllllt 1 Junior Varsity: H. Fuller, M. Potter G Wicksall E. Allen, B. Perry, C. Turgeon , . Junior Varsity: M. Mack, R. Brown R Whitney Absent: B. Wilhelm . Y U.KMMN.KWUJ.U.W.NMM The Mad Woman of Chaillot? .Msg .i.e. g "" Fi x . 'E XX Mush! Timber! etc . . ' Our class has everything. ui. 'f A -'- -- +. If :.- ..Nuir smite" W The most popular woman in A.H.S. the F f enc h Club JuSt Strmgin' along in a group The Cu . V095 V-A in ' . qyxg X sw ' 'i ,, f- ' 'xib.52x,f, 1, DECEMBER Ice storm incapacitates town, but school CONTINUES. . .Tree in front of school lands on car of large member of Senior class. . .Joan Whitte- more starts wheels turning-Pep Club is born. . .Cheerleaders finish training try-outs for second team in time to teach school new cheers. . . Senior Class rings celebrate a birthday. . .Projectionists enjoy Christmas party.. .Much competition as school chooses new cheerleaders. . .Mrs. Niedeck entertains with monologues at fine assembly. . .Dramatic Club starts series of Christmas assemblies with rollicking "Knight Before Christ- mas". . .Tableaux and French Christmas carols highlight French Club assembly. . .Chorus makes first appearance of year in Christmas concert ..-Angry words Hy as Tri-S decides finally to make Christmas dance ,X lx l V 'Yi X X 2 .7 if iQ ,! xx -D if ,if .J cv' If i l l x ai x 2 V- X . .li llfly E T el -sl al:- lie. li. ite -.. it li ly i t it ll ll Xl ll il B i i il i i illliiii tru-iiiiii PEP CLUB '43 it xg- Q 3 ix 1 All . 5 . -Q 5 First row: D. Matuszko, I. Olanyk, J. O'Connor, L. Lannon, C. Tiffany, H. Darling, J. Adams, C. Pearl, M. J. Duval, J. Whittemore, S. Mont- gomery, S. Nutter, B. Clark, Miss Lawson, advisor Second row: D. Jelski, B. Ansaldo, H. Fuller, D. Dowd, V. Britt, B. Bray, M. Clark, J. Hartwell, J. Ansaldo, M. Elder, L. Cooley, E. Britt, D. Britt, J. Purnell, E. O'Neil Third row: S. Ruder, B. Nanartonis, M. Potter, B. Johnson, J. Richardson, M. Martin, D. Brown, T. Everson, J. Oleson, J. Bowler, L. Hare, L. Whittemore, A. Wardwell Fourth row: J. Donoghue, P. Searle, J. Mientka, L. Noel, A. Jacque, M. White, B. Tiffany, K. White, P. Royce, J. Weaver, N. Taylor, G. Nelson, A. O'Brien, E. O'Brien Fifth row: R. White, M. Knightly, P. Lashway, W. Cole, N. Cole, D. Montague, The newest club at Amherst High is certainly one of the most active. Pep Club was formed near the beginning of the basketball season, and, led by Joan Whittemore and our versatile cheerleaders, .it cheered our hard-fighting team on to the season's end. One of its chief functions was to arrange bus transportation for the away games and to furnish backing at all games. The club has drawn up a set of by-laws as follows: 1. Before all games away, a list of cheerleaders' and officers' names shall be posted, each name thereon to be held for thirty-five cents transportation fee. 2. Each additional signer, up to bus capacity, shall be held for thirty- five cents, unless a substitute is found. 3. All money for bus and admission shall be paid either to the presi- dent or the secretary the day of the game. A+- - ..,, V-'V as -V 'k'e'kb'2NY fa dev 4195+ Q Q N "1 s fwyz- . .i r A in-.Nt-. Va.s?:m.4,Q4g ..S4.3a s . . . . 1 .. -ff We - X YH -s f - 5 9' 'V4,'5'i ' " X- ' First row. K. White, C. White, . N - wx., 3 Second row. B. Kelly, B. V W ff: 'TI ' -2 , ifif '- seet h T Y ' ' Q . , , . Knowlton, E. Allen, J. Cadi- . . g, f gan, N. Nestle , . yt ., f s, g..,Q'aqgx.,S - H r HQ '-wx -i-Ars . ' f s.. A - ..-.- . 5 of-Wu Vik fks Nessie s?s?'VQ 1 s is Q ' i "' f . 3 f Y f m sn ..., ls msg.. -s . 1-2 is .4 l '.,.,W,..,,-5 ' -, , . - K f. f K ,, 1 1 Xxcsfk V ,Q Q . . sa Q. .. NV . .. .Vt xxx 1 . . M , iiwsiikir w ik . Q32 as f M f W r w- .M rs .V. . ' ,V-ff ' , Officers: J. Whittemore, presi- .. is S' . . 4 ' .rs .' .+A ss - , ,. -'Q res., -Q. -V e W '- , Y ,.W.T'N,e - dCI1t, M- - DUV31, S9CfCt2l1'Y' treasurer, Miss Lawson, ad- - - VISOI-3 Pearl, V. pl-esldentg W. Dow, D. Gardner, R. Markuson, R. Spillane, D. Parsons B. Kellev, B. Knowlton, K. White, E. Allen, C. White, J. Cadigan, N. Nestle ' " "ii ' ..-" "ffi'i 'i.' A ' - ,"'- ' 1fffSf1ffi5'?f"i I.-Z1'e":lf' 3 'f,.. : iiifffxlf f "" T TT' i,.' ff t"i- 1 if V- V , . . ,. . .,V. , ., s- x, Q ,. , S J. V. Cheerleaders u Clockwise: JCISRIV E- O'Brien, C. Tiffany, L. Lan- Twenfy-fhree HOD, A- 0'Bfief1 First row: T. Cornelius, D. Parsons Second row: M. Elder, T. Everson Third row: E. Britt, S. Nutter Fourth row: L. Potter, C. Morton Absent: F. Dowd ltr! FRENCH CLUB French Club had many in- teresting programs this year. The members enjoyed several French movies and speakers. who gave them an excellent picture of life in France. At Christmas-time, the club presented an excellent assem- bly in which all the members participated. While a group sang French Christmas carols in the background, on stage were a series of tableaux de- picting the theme of each group of songs. J. Weaver, presidentg Miss Barackman adviser S Taylor, vice-president Absent C Pearl secretary tI'C2lSl1I'C1' P. Hosford, E. Beville, D. Dowd M Potter J Oleson S. Ruder, J. Purnell, R. Burt First row: I. Olanyk, C. Soller R French Second row: H. -Cary, E. Wheeler, R.. Ames Third row A Giannetti, J. Avery Absent: J. Gibson S Taylor D. Montague, R. Goodell, M. Hobart, C. Staab, E. Allen, V. Reed, D. Britt, B. Knowl- tOr1 V. Britt, J. Whittemore, D. Brown, B. Johnson, H. Fuller, M. Martin, J. Richardson, L. Hare J Absent: R. Hassan . K X . W Y , X - X . , . Tweniy-f our Ml N ivy. KA xx , X ll 't ll"'f l x l l l N J i l l. llgllel l. it J i i i i X J it i it it it ii i SEND' WL UJMHM HWHEQX JANUARY 191 ig 6- Twenty-jive Xgs sg i s b ii.:-::.-V In Pqjgi ibq 2 .t N Who's next? "Don't look now, but 1 think we're being followed." ' , V- .iff 'xi Q X' I s Mg X vw xx Q, K , X , X ,X gf. 2 5 x N I , ....r-...ws-asf 3 X ,Q X X as X Q :ll Pfl- ""Q Q ,.,. K is s sm f"' X Q X Q5 Wd N .. .N r Ma .RQXX , Y V My A , M I Xww, NN W-lg yy , H rr WW . - . ,.., , Mc.. , .. Q., .. , .f A X,l, , . . . I ,"v.s. MM " '5 X 'VK X 0' V X, A 1 ,.,. ,.Ws , X 4 9. ss rev N X M s 1 rg X X W Q sg Q X awe 'WY .Piss ge x X N X . N vs t x 6 9 tw ,SKK x 59W lx .... ,, X 'M r ,,,. Z A ..:..1,:, - 4.:.- X , X N N f Q N , 1 X , ex N ' feb Q, X9 N A 5 fr 56 ' - -' 'ILS' -:-S4 5-sg ina, A Q N I -. Ag my 4' V fs?-'W--,w,, ' X' is 'ef X 4 K Nw Q is"53Q?01f757'n4Y.93ft-5 Lv K, Co Q3 .PQ 1 X , wlll, ,.,, .R lxlf ,, - . 'XS'.lQ.'X W S 'sg - X51 4 . .,A1f4?-55? VFW? -9 ' Q i T K X V ff-- f 4- ., 2. N 1izic4i:rf?-i' was h: XV af ' X Ca , x Nkggwk W s, ,X . M 47 Whew! That's that! . , -W 9'v .Qu-Q -1, 4- 4 . QTQTZT X ir? ' 7 5. -, - '9'Y'39a 'Qe 'v ,Q 'x .- - A , ,Q xv lfifh?--4 X iff YAQN? 4, .iffffa-' : - C -4 1 rf C " ff, X fc., Y .- 1 L W 6 , .,.,, - 'ow-' X ' Q ' - X A . Q at - 933 9 04 A s...M, X X V we-Q two .. . . ,, ::is'.Q,.s3 K' , ,rs 2, axis., x- Q . - 4 2 , we xv, 9? 25 1 2? I t, Qi ft . F A. -14 .t:N4..M H. .5 .ea 4: -V: . 1 vf v Q , f 'v ' s ' . 5 , sf- N 2 f Mzqwf I , , .. :.-- .- v...,1...N.... .x l,l,,. 'X " 4' , "Wi M M ' :Ss 4. e z t s f-Wy -V Q 6 .I ,, . Wai.,.,,.q.f,f7,-r.,,,,,f f . V ,gi A Harford demonstrates wiv :T 'E ' -73' .Q 5 Q2 will lettfs . I .Q lm T iff it Back to work- "T'TT'f' "':' ' ,Q9,i1'..:smu4SsAxl"TTn""":i Yiri .. 'o" ?i?29?ff 1 In limbo? Just "Now and Then" JANUARY Hi-Y makes New Year's resolution to have a meeting. . .Science Club brightens one of A. H. S.'s dark, dustyf corners with scientific literature, machines, and humicorns. . .Basketball team grows in experience and skill as the Pep Club cheers it on. . .Cheerleaders introduce new cheers- "Hallelujah" highlights at Hopkins. . .Parents clamp down, exams approach, good intentions fade as cramming begins. . .Marks slide, stu- dents squirm as exams are returned. . .Junior Class Dance brings relief from exams. . .Damon wins Good Government Day elections. . .Students and teachers inspired by our first full length movie "Keys of The Kin , S' dom". . .Legs fly, local talent rehearses for Broadway production, "Now and Then". Twen fy-six W ,Y , ry v. m - - H -1 xv- -- . -V .V , A v . 1 , lvl-le l-l l l l lllgll.l1l.l.lllMlleelll1le.l ll i ll l ti i i T , . , 'l lf like lie alt -if e lt e ip-. HI-Y The Hi-Y has not had very many meetings due to the fact that other activities, including basketball, took the evenings they chose for meetings. The Hi-Y played an unsuccessful volleyball game with Tri-S. Their alibi for this was that they didn't wish to discourage the girls from playing again. In the return game, however, the Hi-Y defeated the Tri-S by a large margin. A very successful dance was held by the Hi-Y in October. Two encounters with Athol Hi-Y teams were scheduled in the spring. The Hi-Y celebrates after two basketball victories over Athol Hi-Y teams. QOfficials were R. Davis and L. Cromack.j Seated: W. Cole, secretary, Mr. McDonough, advisor, D. Damon, presi- dent: C. Mannheim, vice president Standing: P. Fellers, chaplain, L. Potter, sergeant-at-arms, D. Elder, treasurer Cabovej L. Baj, D. Maia, Mr. McDonough, T. Cornelius Qbelowj J. Westcott, L. Baj, D. Maia, T. Cornelius, W. Cole Qkneelingj R. Davis, D. Damon E 4 E i Twen fy-seven Seated: J. Blaisdell, T. Cornish, D. Parsons, L. Baj, N. Cole, W. Kennedy T. Cornelius Standing: D. Maia, J. Westcott, A. Warren, C. Howard R. Whitney, D. Elder SCIENCE CLUB In November the Science Club bussed to Harvard University to visit the Agassiz Mu- seum. The club visited the Amherst College Observatory in December and experienced an educational tour under the direction of Mr. Linnell. An unusual talk and demonstration by a taxidermist was enjoyed at a regular meeting. Of course the club has seen many scientific films. Surely the most obvious accomplishment of the club this year was in installing the Science Club News Table opposite Mr. Lacroix's room. On this table are recent scientific pub- lications, the Science Humicorn, and mis- cellaneous exhibits. The more interesting exhibits included Fessenden and Burke's Geiger Counter, and Mr. Swift's Cartesian diver. Officers and advisers: Mr. Oliver, J. Weaver, treas.g D. Damon, pres.g Mr. Lacroixg S. Montgomery, pub- licity Chr., N. Nestle, sec., M. Burke, V. P., Mr. Swift -we -.. , xr N ..- R Brown D Montague J Westcott R Ames C D Pearson E Wheeler J Aver R Fitz eral - y - r - J - 7 - - n - y - , . d, Staab, R. Whitney, J. Blaisdell, R. Roys D. Fellers, P. Hosford Absent: P. White g L. Cooley, T. Everson, H. Cary, B. Lovell, W. Kennedy, R. F essenden, L. Potter, D. Parsons, K. White, C W. Cole White Twen fy-eight EXXUXKU. X'U. N.k 3Hf ?WvdL FEBRUARY 1951 Twenty-nine X Beauty and the Beast Q 1: ss . 1 . 5' -lik ,. lx wjv : , l ,, You look ale dear Ilavel enoughfxnof? rss tlff5 s f Year P f rWwQQWf M? qgggkkjm EmWwWfW2g! fT3 n,swV .m-V "'h? 37' iii , 3 -it ,Q" Tense moment 1n So Wonderful IH Wh1te W X if ii ? '-" 1 - is f - L F rosh present sleepless "N1ght in the Country' T"f'Y'-rr11:r'YVYVwwmwsxs-vurmszgln-,ie-ffv22s:afK,:.rQQ:u:a+ ,, 1 V -Y Y Y , nmge W.. 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Oaegeeweem gm :g SE-if-9-N"4CD"'U242wg "':rvE3m"ff-1wf?ff2f"'- mm 4:0-N020 Sammi Bm-mg w,..f3f'mZ-1::m,.,O S"'C".'i fD"'5"vO4 mwwgliggng OPQOCD '-+r-n- "UD-I '-hO'5'C5,"3Of-frTi3,rx:frq 'Tg"Qg1,gBDA93c:gg gglmg-955522 aaiggiggaeg 53355385355 my "gn-4mZ"'1:-Daw f-+g:.3:','::s"D"'2I5'm Swv-'Sew ew QEQSQ 353mg 0 .-55257523-.:SfB82 OCD'-H wwGU7C5"!3D avaswefrasw fill-r Or-OE.lF'CDDg gg--NVD--'UQ.v-11350 'DN-.C'Dv-O ...I 1 lil a?22w20ms2F QEQZISEQEES ml-12556 ffQ5SBS 5SZ"1'1F:'fD03wD7U' :J ,-.w o CDO 'D no Sv ':13.'iQ,'Z:n25,?r: w'?7'T':lJ'l4l...lD- L, L, L, gg, e - l l . Lf' ll" ml, f L 1 'T ll 1 i . Q v Ali f Ili gil. . ow ,Q ,A wll l 1. L ng an K2 2, , p' li ,QQ n o M I Aix 4 2 I First Row: R. Ames, C. Staab, D. Montague Second Row: D. Pearson, E. Wheeler, R. Fitzgerald, G. Wicksall Third Row: N. Cole, W. Kennedy, R. F essenden, J. Avery Fourth Row: L. Potter, Coach Rogers, M. Burke tttt swlivuvi NG Under Joe Rogers, the Amherst High School swimming team had another good year. In their first meet with the University of Massachu- setts freshmen, they were shaded in the final relay. After losing to Classi- cal, Amherst took two thrilling meets from Holyoke, both in the final event. They were then defeated by a fine Williston team. The team took second place in the Western Counties Tournament and third place in the Championship meet. The swimming team's record is really fine, and they deserve a lot of praise for the excellent spirit and teamwork they showed this year. Amherst's best production this year was our fine Medley Relay team comprised of Potter, Staab, and Kennedy. Free-style swimmers were Potter, Cole, Howard, Montague, Fessenden, Burke, and Pearson. Back- stroke members were Kennedy, Wheeler, and Avery. Breaststrokers were Staab, Wicksall, and Fitzgerald. Diving was performed by Ames. THE WESTERN coUNT1Es TOURNAMENT Name Event Place Staab 100 yd. Breaststroke Second Kennedy 100 yd. Backstroke Second Cole 200 yd. Freestyle Second Potter 50 yd. Freestyle Second Howard 100 yd. Freestyle Third Burke 100 yd. Freestyle Fourth Wicksall 100 yd. Breaststroke Fifth Montague 100 yd. Freestyle Fifth Ames Diving Fifth Howard, Burke, Fessenden, Cole, . Kennedy, Staab, Medley Relay F irst Potter Freestyle Relay Second Thirty-on e This year's basketball team supplied plenty of good bas- ketball for the fans. The Hurricanes' beginning was poor because all of the players were new, but Coach Wil- liams really had his boys clicking at the end of the season. Our boys played good basketball at all times, and even showed brilliance in cer- tain games. They beat Deer- fleld and Orange High Schools by playing in stellar fashion. This team was shaded by Easthampton in the tourna- ment, but the team deserves a great deal of credit for doing so well against many more highly-seasoned teams in the Hampshire League. At center we had an All- Hampshire League performer, Charlie Mannheim. At for- wards we had two good scor- ers in Ray Szala and Don Maia. Then, in the back-court, we had two ever-vigilant guards, Jim Coyne and Cap- tain Dave Damon. Next year ought to be a great year for Amherst High School because Mannheim, Maia, and Westcott will be returning. Also, we have some excellent talent coming up from this year's seconds who had a record of thirteen wins and only three losses. I1-L JIT l BASKETB LL l First Row:-J. Coyne, D. -M-aia, C. Mannheim, L. Cromack, T. Cornelius, D. Damon, R. Szala Second Row: Coach Williams, D. Davis, J. Westcott, B. Page, E. Boynton, T. Cornish, L. Baj, Manager Tyburski Thirty-z'wo l, il it 1 1 A 11' 1,1 111 ll fi' ff ,N 1 1 h 1 Mi vkv if 32 - - 14::2 Q' iw. I W y v X 11- 1,1 3311-1 v 71,-,-,gr-5. 1 4 n ' 5 1 1 4.1 ,4 4 A . 1 11 1 33' 5:5 X 1 --.4,,44s..,3' ' ' - . ' "l NBL -me '-fs-.mi 'AEK '1 1 iSv"ax6:NtZ-5-7. 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I 1 5 1 SCHEDULE 1950- 1951 December 8 19 21 January 2 5 9 12 16 19 23 26 February 2 6 9 13 16 20 23 Tournament Athol Deerfield Athol South Hadley Arms Hopkins Orange Smith Academy Saint Michael's Smith School Deerfield South Hadley Arms Hopkins Orange Smith Academy Saint Michael's Smith School Easthampton Amherst Opponent 27 28 23 9 39 39 37 34 54 58 42 38 42 37 43 59 53 36 37 48 27 47 46 31 54 55 55 29 42 49 39 45 61 45 48 76 28 31 37 Q 35 Thirty-ihree Jan. Feb. Mar. GIRLS' SPORTS First Team Miss Lawson, coach: H. Carey, K. Garvey, J. Whittemore, M. Dickens, M. Kolasinski, M. Siroskey, J. Major, T. Bridges, F. Paddock, M. LOZOSk1, manager 1950-1951 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 4 9 12 16 22 26 30 2 6 13 16 27 2 9 Deerfield Orange Hatfield Northampton Williamsburg Hatfield Deerfield Williamsburg Orange Ashfield Hopkins Ashfield Hopkins Northampton Second Team OPP'-AMHERST- OPP' J. Oleson, M. Orrell, assistant managersg N Truesdell B A O Neil lst team 2nd team D. Lashway, D. Jelski, C. Tiffany, B. Nanartonis M Nanaft0H1S D. Matuszko, B. La Valle, B. Ansaldo, A Bazara M J Knightly 17-37 27-14 C. Noel, P. Royce, assistant manager, Miss Lawson coach 32-26 17-15 Undefeated In 1950 18-23 28-23 21-30 26-57 40-17 In September the Girls Sports season began with volley-ball. A record number of girls turned out and 25-29 those on the winning team were: M. Siroskey, J. Whitte- 15-25 37-11 rnore, J. Major, D. Brown, D. Jelski, M. Sullivan, and 19-32 P. Searles. Next came basketball. With a heavy schedule of 14 33-25 25-14 games facing them the -team made an excellent record of 11 WlI'1S. For the first time in its history Amherst had a Girls 18-20 21-5 Volley-ball team which played other schools. 19-33 35-13 In the spring comes the softball season. Last year's 21-41 21-9 team was undefeated. Those returning champions are: E. Knightly, F. Paddock, M. Siroskey, T. Bridges, 26-28 11-19 M. Kolasinski, B. A. Stowell, and J. Whittemore. Thirty-four 1 ' 1- Fei- -ri' fvvvvwvvvvxfvvvi WEN. ARCH 19 1 4' 5 is Thirty-fue " ' " "" " "U Y' ' 'I"" " 'Y' " 'Im ' "' " WWW' YW 'f' "'P"'V' B- Wi 'ZH 1- ES 1- K 15 3 3 13 ,B Ak 5 AR 5 ,S Pix ISN 'Z Yi li li i IS IE Il fi i ji. SE IIN . ZH IE1 l ul -Mi IH First row: W. Cole, Raving reporter: L. Potter, EX- change editor, J. Whittemore, Make-up editor: R. Whitney, Co-business manager Standing: C. Howard, Photographer: R. Brown, Co-business manager Absent: D. Elder, Sports Editor Standing: S. Montgomery, M. J. Duval, J. Weaver S. Nutter Seated: L. Cooley, E. Britt, M. Kolasinski J. Ansaldo, J. Cadigan Absent F. Dowd, S. Taylor ! l Jim. Emphie SM Q9 09 X X J' it X 1 Z fl 1921 -0 r -S N. 4 e J K 6' ASSQQXV Price Ten Cents Published eight times yearly by the pupils of Amherst High School EDITOR IN CHIEF Donald Parsons, '51 ASST. EDITOR Barbara Knowlton., '52 SPORTS EDITOR MAKE-UP EDITOR David Elder, f51 Joan Whittemore, '51 CO-BUSINESS MANAGE-RS EXCHANGE EDITOR Robert Whitney, '52 Lincoln Potter, '51 Betty Ann 'S-towell '51 RAVTNJG REPQOSTER FACULTY ADVISOR Wlul-am C0 G 51 ciifrord N. oliver REPORTERS: Seniors: S. Montgomery, L. Cooley, E. Britt, F. Dow-d, M. J. Duval, J. Cadi- gan, J. Wever, J. Ansaldo., iM. Kolasinski, S. Nutter Juniors: C. Soller, E, Allen, S. Taylor, B. Clark Freshmen: M. Martin, S. Ruder, J. Richardson, M. Potter, B. Johnson., D Brown- 'Typistsz J. A. Baird, M. Cote, D. Cybulski, A. Fitts, A. Peck, M. Sirosky, JT. Everson, I. Penza, J. Plaza Photographer: C. Howard First row: M. Siroskey, M. Cote, T. Everson, A. Peck Second row: D. Cybulski, I. Penza, J. Plaza, A. Fitts Standing: B. Johnson, E. Allen, M. Potter, Brown, M. Martin Seated: B. Clark, D. Britt, J. Richardson, S. Ruder, C. Soller Thirty-seven Standing: B. Knowlton, assist ant editor Seated: M Oliver, adviser, D. Parsons editor The Graphic staff has spent many a hectic moment in getting its various assignments in under the deadline and pub- lishing the paper. They have concentrated on news of the present and future instead of printing "news" of the past as in former years. Features introduced this year include a column ex- pressing the frank views of our Raving Reporter on the high school's life, and articles about the veteran members of the school's administration. The business staff has suc- ceeded in setting the paper on solid ground financially after starting the year with 3.97. Members o.f the staff have attended WMLSP QWestern Massachusetts League of School Publicationsj confer- ences at the University of Massachusetts in October and in Springfield in February, where interesting and educa- tional programs have been presented. This year's presi- dent of WMLSP was Joan Whittemore, a Graphic Stafferg her election was not only a personal honor, but one to the paper as well. 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X, Q, , Q ,sg M N Q 44X x 0 X i ss N Q Q -X, Q f , 5 XQ jf X X: jfs, Mx X X., 'Q N P . ., . ., .Fix ' X ,,XX fr ,F ..,giQ, ,W XZS . . X Q Q 3, X. s 5 ' I ' - XX 'XfsX,,X A.-VXHX X fsfsesf Q ., g one ,R xxx Amy. XX Q X X ,. e. K . .MXSXQ Q.N,ii,Xr,Xm sw ' XWNF: .1 s1KiTKK'2X7iPYX X K K -K . -,swf e Kf-if 12 W X 38 f 0110 X X Ci 1' 12 Wo ods APRIL Tri-S alternates Thursday nights with "Mikado". DQ still rehearsing-school waits to hear them. . . Williams' men take to a Wet diamond. . .Tri-S members View full length movie with enthusiasm. . .Tri-S stages formal of the year-cool frothy dresses, hot tight suits, imports appear.. .Much excitement as everyone pre- pares for Washington trip-senior girls on the loose- watch out, bus drivers. . .Unknown talent appears on the scene as the student council backed by the stu- dent body performs to aid Jimmy Fund, . .D'Oyly Carte Company given competition as Chorus gives top-notch show "Mikado". .. . i""i CHORUS First row: R. Roys, R. Bruce, D. Montague, P. Fellers, P. Hosford, D. Fellers Second row: B. Tiffany, G. Stone, C. Tiffany, T. Bridges, J. Major, L. Cooley, B. Booth, K. Clifford, P. Royce, N. Nestle, T. Everson, M. Martin, H. Fuller, C. Pearl, D. Martell, J. Bowler Third row: S. Hayward, F. Reed, B. Johnson, F. Parlow, B. Bray, J. Donoghue, S. Ruder, L. Eddy, M. Potter, D. Wedge, A. Wardwell, L. Hare, R. French, C. Soller, D. Dowd H. Darling, L. Lannon, I. Olanyk, G. Nelson, S. Taylor Fourth row: B. Clark, S. Nutter E. O'Neil, D. Matuszko, J. Cadigan, D. Brown, C. White, K. White, M. Coyne, R. Goodell S. Montgomery, M. J. Duval, B. Knowlton, V. Britt,'M. , . , . J. Gibson, M. Orrell, G. Beville, D. Britt Fifth row: R. Ames, M. Mack, M. Stotz, D Pearson, R. Fitzgerald, J. Avery, D. Elder, N. Cole, W. Kennedy, W. Cole, L. Potter, T Cornelius, D. Parsons, R. Whitney, Jr., E. Wheeler, C. Oliver, R. Hall, E. Hart Sixth row: J. Blaisdell, G. Wicksall, M. Burke, R. Parks, C. Staab, R. Spillane, C. Mannheim, J. West- cott, T. Cornish, G. Keegan, B. Page, L. Baj Absent: G. Bagley, S. Boyden, F. Nichols P. Searle, A. Niedeck, P. White ! l Elder H Cary J Richardson, Y Music at Amherst High has come a long way this year. The Chorus is now the largest mixed club in the school. In November, most of the members journeyed to Springfield to view a professional performance of "The Mikado" given by the D'Oyly Carte Company of London. The Chorus gave their annual Christmas concert at the Jones Library. A group of eight was chosen to represent Amherst High at the All-State Concert held in Worcester in February. This year's production was Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Mikado", the second in a series begun last year with "Iolanthe". The Double Quartet is a newly born member of the music organiza- tion. It made some appearances during the year. F oriy-Iwo Ofhcers: M. J. Duval, Mr. Schuler, S. Nutter, A Niedeck, Absent: D. Elder Double Quartet: T. Cornelius, N. Cole, W. Kennedy P. Fellers, D. Elder, W. 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Senior Speech Class again shows its stuff . . . Spines tingle, nerves Jump as Greenroomers put on psycho- logical drama, "Night Must Fall" . . . Bald spot gets broader as Pop Lacroix patiently guides us, another Lovely but lonely Get the sack, Fred? class of excited Seniors, toward our ever-nearing graduation . . . F orfy-four X 1 r 1 I , f I J X , , 1 I i - - A ...- AJ- .4-a L li ,, H ,i i 1 E i L mi iw " 3 "" nf ' ra' ' 1 il' 'Til' V "lQ --- ,Q::.Lli,-1-+l3-ev.-fl-xlgfl-'l L, " ,ii-+4-'13ff::tnlTEilfg7:x' 'fi' ts ri Y 'dl' V "xi" - STUDE T COUNCIL The Student Council began the year by organizing a Pep Club to support our teams. It introduced a plan by which seniors who have an "A"haverage may be exempt from final exams at the discretion of the teac er. The Student Council ordered and sold Amherst High plastic book covers, It campaigned against poor assembly and lunchroom conduct, and was admirably successful. A penny drive in all Amherst schools as part of a nationwide drive to build a fountain at the UN was conducted by the Student Council at the request of the Superintendent of Schools. The efforts of the Student Council made possible a full length movie, "Keys ofthe Kingdomng another enjoyable assembly was presented when the annual talent show was conducted. Officers: Seated: T. Cornelius, vice-presi- dentg Miss Donley, adviserg W. Cole, presi- dent Standing: P. Royce, secretaryg B. Clark treasurer 1551-eigfnen. U7 .afdi Se Aancler Wejl Iifed. B ShCI'Eiff, 3054 Pgffy, M I . . Abseni i RO: P. toms' SWCSWOU Ybor S .. Seniors: Seated: B. A. Stowell, J. Whitte- ?N0eEmheiTYl' W more Standingzl-'R. Davis, R. Szala C, NW L F orfy-hue X6 ev CO Cornelius Under Coach Williams last year's team went undefeated, totaling 139 points to their adversaries, 30. Because of the brilliant pitching of Bill Joy and the phenomenal batting ability of the team, it won thirteen games in a row. Although only two men of the last year's first nine returned, the Q 1951 team had excellent replacements in every position. Fans look forward ss 1 to a good season as this book goes to press. Norm Cole Firsz' Row: R. Szala, W. Cole. N. Cole, T. Cornelius, L. Cromack, J. Coyne, R. Davis. Second Row: R. Roys, managerg E. Keegan, D. Maia, W. Bartos, W. Doherty, C. Mannheim, J. Wescott. Third Row: Coach Williams, R. Whitney, P. Joy,VC. Stabb, W. Dzuiba. Absent: R. Ansaldo, G. Conklin. Foniy-Six Coyne l felt -is 'lt all il ull li 'l ll A il, ll Xl ll ll 'lv ll xl ii Xl ii 5. I XXX, Davis April May June ,X 26 30 3 7 10 14 17 21 24 28 31 4 7 ll 1 QNUJQQ " . K' as-Q., " tiz. .1 ..,. '-ie, , "sf, X . . ss -E.. sas- s:-ues' Szala 1951 SCHEDULE Arms at Amherst St. Michaels at Amherst Amherst at Deerfield Amherst at Hopkins Smith Academy at Amherst Amherst at Smith School Amherst at Arms Amherst at St. Michaels Deerfield at Amherst Hopkins at Amherst Amherst at Smith Academy Smith School at Amherst iiiiiiiiiiiiiii ., A y Y Q Q A DR M TIC CLUB Officers: L. Eddy, secretary, J. Weaver, president, Miss English, adviser, R. Blackmer. treasurer, P. White, vice- president, absent. is i roWY1 U, W- B D. Peafso COYQKSYX, gg .ff f T i, -. 'E 1 .NL MQCK, T' . d- n l Cleson, 1- Rlchar BYOW ' ' Br8Y1 D' H0baS5IE,ghuG Son, 5' ' F oriy-seven R. Field, C. Morton, D. Dowd, V. Britt, E. Britt. Absent: R. Hassan, M. Dickens, P. Hosford, R. Ro- mancier The Greenroom Players, the dramatic club which was started last year, now shows promise of becoming one of our more active clubs. 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' Xl.:-V X Ag QXQXXR lift North Amherst-Grade 6 XA -.Sid f.-igy . mm, -cf-Ig: Q . ostume Party X vi g, AMY' W 1 awe .7 I Cynie Kathle Fifty JUNE Much sunburn returns from Senior Class picnic... "A" Seniors relax as others grind for exams. .Seniors get first. look at Goldbug class night. . .Beauties parade for honors as Senior Reception tops social events of year...Some laugh, some cry, but it's graduation-Hnally.. . . 1111141141 l AI! ,nil A11 XX X xl it X ,A l Xi X. 51 I1 I1 I1 li - A '- - ' 1' '. J 1 i ii l l I I x I 1 ' I A A . ' x , i . XJ i i ii i .i ii i i , i. . , . , X, i , T iiiiiuiiiiiieifii SENIOR Although the class of '51 is the smallest class to have graduated for nineteen years, its energetic members have more than made up for its size. Of its seventy-two members only thirty have gone to school here since first grade. Cur present number is quite a bit smaller than it was in ninth grade when there were ninety-six of us. The class has displayed both intelligence and leadership, as seen by the fact that about one third of the total enroll- ment belongs to Pro-Merito, and many of its members have held offices in various clubs and activities. The fact that our interests are varied is shown in the number of class mem- bers who have participated in clubs, teams, dramatics, assembly programs, and school publications. JANICE ANSALDO First comes efficient, conscientious "Jan" who has been a member of Tri-S for three years. In her senior year she contributed to the Graphic and the Goldbug and belonged to the Pep Club. Interested in dramatics she took part in our Junior Class play. We'll be willing to wager she'll do a bang-up job at Worcester City Hospital next year where she plans to take nurses training. S. Montgomerypvic'e-presirlcflizk Kolasinski, secretary-treasurer, D. Damon, p1'eszdenlg Mr. Lacroix, adviser. ,IO-ANN HALEY BAIRD This is "Jo", a member of the Tri-S organization for two years and on the Graphic staff as a typist in her senior year. She considers roller skating her main hobby. By the way, before entering her final year of high school she changed her name from "Jon Haley to "Jo" Haley Baird so she quite naturally lists her occupation as a housewife. LEONARD MICHAEL BAJ Interested in sports of all kinds, "Bajou" is an avid hunter and trapper outside of school while partici- pating in basketball for three years and football as a junior and senior in high school. He has also been a member of Hi-Y, Chorus, and the Goldbug staff, and we can't forget his romantic role in "Anne of Green Gables". Next fall he intends to remain in Amherst at Stockbridge School of Agriculture. Fiftylone ANN ROSE BAZARA "Wait a minute!" yells "Cookie" as she dashes out to meet her sports-loving friends in a game of softball or basketball. Anna participated in after-school sports during each of her three years in high school. She was also a member of Chorus and Tri-S for three years. An enthusiastic artist, she spends her spare time draw- ing and taking pictures. , '51 ' , PZIQZLVV uwswfm '21 Z2 ffi'?'3 fif,?g5jf:11:1:':f f W, 533333, ,,fZ,.f,f,+.,,.,h if MJ uumdf 4' ffl' 1 3 .4fm1::L:z"f'Wfl"1?"ft ,M f , f f f Q, My . ,MM , f, in jf! ,Lf 'mfr kwa. , f,f.-wwf ,.-f..f.fM,,ai GERTRUDE ELAINE BEVILLE Meet "Gertie" who also has decided to devote her future to nursing. At Amherst High she was a mem- ber of the Chorus for three years. Since her major hobbies are sewing and cooking, you have probably seen her at one time or another in the home economics room. ERNEST BOYNTON, JR. During his high school career "Junie" has worn a path between the locations of his main interests, the art building and the gym. As for extra-curricular activities, "Ernie" has devoted his time to sports, football as a junior and senior and basketball during all three years. GEORGE ALBERT BRATIANU "Who's Who" calls him George but we call him "Smoky," Whichever you choose you can recognize him by his hat. Interested in outdoor sports, "Smoky" can be found skiing or skating in winter or summering with a fish pole. Fifty-Iwo RAYMOND L. BLACKMER, JR. "Jupiter, another spare!" cries Ray, talking, of course, about his favorite sport, bowling. In school he has been interested in dramatics and in our Junior Class play played the part of a country hayseed. He also appeared in the Interclass plays as a freshman and a junior and joined the Dramatic Club where he was treasurer in his senior year. Ray also made the football team as a junior. . - ,- f 'i H , -,Y 'W' rj' f fl yi ti .f 5 , .L ul .LUV -f. , WJ-2 '-Y , ,, . -EV f1-- -W Va.--g - , i . . . llln--! V , - , - 5 - , KATHLEEN THERESA ANN CLIFFORD Energetic "Kitty" has been a member of Tri-S and Chorus since her freshman year and as a senior joined Pep Club. She has no plans for the immediate future but is interested in becoming a nurse. Outside of school she devotes much of her time to several hobbies, knitting and embroidering, and, more actively, dancing and roller skating. llilllllll EMILY ELIZABETH BRITT "Emmie", who has gained recognition by having several of her literary works published, has continued her efforts as a Graphic- reporter when a senior, and as a club editor of the Golrlhzzg. She displayed a flair for acting by joining the Dramatic Club and appearing in the Interclass plays and in our Junior play. She also maintianed a high enough average to ,become a member of Pro-Merito, and was in French Club, Pep Club, and Tri-S. Next year she plans to attend William Smith College in Geneva. New York. JUDITH CADIGAN "What a panic!" refers not to "Judy" but to her favorite expression. As a cheerleader she helped to form the much-needed Pep Club in her Senior year. She was a most successful co-business manager of the Goldbzzg, a Graphic reporter, a member of Chorus, Tri-S, and French Club. Next fall she's looking for- ward to Colby College in frozen Waterville, Maine, as a prelude to becoming an airline hostess. for which she has everything it takes. NORMAN SPAULDINC- COLE "Norm" has been active on the swimming team, in Hi-Y, and Chorus during his three years at Amherst High. As a member of the Graphic staff he was a fresh- man reporter and sports editor in his junior year. In the sports field he also went out for basketball in his first year, and as a junior and senior was on the foot- ball team. Next year he hopes to go on with his studies at prep school. WILLIAM R. COLE, III Here's "Bill", co-editor-in-chief of our Goldbug, a regional vice-president of Pro Merito, and secretary of Hi-Y in his senior year. Also in his senior year "Bill" was a member of Pep Club and Science Club, and was the "Raving Reporter" for the Graphic. This same year, he was a Student Council representative and was elected president of that organization. "Bill's" interest in sports is shown by the fact that he took part in basketball two years and in baseball three years. Also being musically minded, he has been a Band and Chorus member three years and has been student director of these groups one and two years respec- tively. s Fifly-three LOUISE MAE COOLEY Quiet, capable, and willing is Louise. She was elected treasurer of both Pro-Merito and Tri-S in her senior year, as well as serving our publications that year as a senior editor of the Goldbug and a Graphic reporter. "Lou" worked three years in the Chorus, and, dramati- cally, performed well in our Junior Class play and in our Interclass plays of 1950 and 1951. Science Club as a junior and senior, Pep Club, and French Club as a junior round out the list of activities she has faithfully supported. The U. of M. will give her preliminary training as a physical therapist. HARRY THOMAS CORNELIUS "Tom" was elected to the Student Council each year in high school and served as the Council's vice presi- dent his senior year. As a freshman and junior he was our class vice president and a member of the basket- ball squad and of Science Club. His last two years "Tom" was also in the chorus and Hi-Y. Knowing that he has played baseball and belonged to French Club three years and was the Goldbug sports co-editor, one- would expect him to be tired of it all. But, in his own words, "Does it matter?" "Tom" will shake him- self out of this mood to enter the U. of M. MARLENE MONICA COTE "Mar" was a Graphic typist and a girls' basketball player during her senior year. Like many others, she enjoys roller-skating as a hobby, and as for her future vocation she would like to become a secretary. JAMES FRANCIS COYNE "jim", or "Captain Coyne", whichever you call him, has devoted his time to athletics. As a matter of fact, he has participated in the three major sports in each year of school and was captain of 1950's football team. Sometime in the future he plans to become a member of the armed forces. Fifly-four - - . l ll ' ' " -l ' 'l H- i A -K r j l .. . . M M JV ' - -, '. ' 5 , Y I ' Y, 1 1 j H ' ii l .L -a,fi':'-Lv:iz,f1.i..,-ili Ji ,Ji ---li 1 1-i -f-'i--- -'-'i- --l 'ei -lr rl il i 'l I li li -i -x li li in ij li in l l A THOMAS M. CORNISH Introducing "Tom" who is another sports enthusiast. He has "gone out" for baseball one year and for basket- ball three years, and joined Pep Club when it was formed. An interest in the finer arts is shown by his three years' participation in band and chorus, and his support of the Dramatic Club and our junior Interclass play. Tom was also active in Hi-Y and was on the Goldbug staff. As a future vocation he would like to take up architectural drawing. 1itl.l.l.i.i.il.iiI111111'l sv DAVID DAMON 'ADave" is the class politician. No one resented his three ear "Tamman " re ime as our efficient and Y popular class president, nor his election as president- of both Hi-Y and Science Club and as captain of the basketball team to climax his three year support of these activities. He also served as football manager during the '50 season, as well as representing Amherst High at Boys' State and at the 1951 Good Government convocation. To top all this he earned Pro-Merito membership. The U. of M. will be the scene of his further conquests. LESLIE GRAVES CROMACK, JR. "Shorty" took time out from his three years' par- ticipation in basketball and baseball to become a mem- ber of the Projection Club in his freshman year and to be on the Goldbug business staff. Among his hobbies are hunting, fishing, and baseball. His future plans include Stockbridge School of Agriculture. DOROTHY ANNE CYBULSKI "Dottie" was a Graphic typist and a member of the Goldbug staff Cclub co-editorj during her senior year. She has also belonged to the Pro-Merito society for two years. This quiet pianist from Sunderland plans to do secretarial work after graduating from high school. RICHARD ALFRED DAVIS The quiet guy with the grin and the ready wisecrack is "Doc", the Pelham storekeeper. Three years of base- ball and his last two of basketball have satisfied "Dick" athletically. He was elected to the Student Council in both his junior and senior years. Photography, his hobby, led him to work as photographer for the Graphic a year and for the Goldbug. WAYNE ALTON DOW Wayne, the Harry James of our class, has played trumpet in the band all during high school. His senior year was spent on the football field. He expects Uncle Sam to mold his future plans. wk 'fl' if f,..':,f- Z,- 'ilf gf .I "', 3 fi ff 'A-qlxfif - X". f - ".'e. f ..". . asf , , . fi, Q xx- Q , i .. ' - f' ' T' w ifes C Za'-.ixmliieff . W.,-ff,f,..i? ew. . f.Q.a.....:qwifa .MN I sus. ny-. ' if z1Qj4f5 fI11, gg-H . X, 'QKQQQQ If fgqqv + 3 r Q V fjsfgggniigrzy, , -4 , y.','-'iw :.-iv :'..'-gigylnwf , j:' iggfggyisf xl:-. .fwkgqy gf .., k., 5,3 :Li in " 7'-. figgfgzr fi?,'fL., J fsxngq-,c? ' . new , ...Q ,Wm 1. ,L V! 47 I g , figzy- 1 V ., I ,mm -f ,- -. -Q 2 I 112 iff A.-. - . . i.. .,-. .. .- ...,.f-..N ,., . , Fifty-five c E Af .sf f..,.?.g hid., ,F ' ' ' '," Q. rsit. ii iii sf . 'wwffzf , ' - A.. . , ' 's n f -, fi ,H f 9 e .15 ' -T : - if 4 Wa- Q. S' I , if f W C f, f 2 5 5 P gifs, 5 i r Q I ssc. - ,fi .f . . 54. -, , Q - ,Wu- Q S oi f 'T Q , f 4 , wi I FRANCES ELIZABETH DOWD Frances, a big hit in our Junior Class play, also dem- onstrated her interest in dramatics by becoming one of the Greenroom Players and by appearing in our freshman Interclass play. In her senior year she was a class co-editor of the Goldbug, a Graphic reporter, and a member of Pep Club. She also found time to belong to French Club, Tri-S and Pro-Merito. Next year Frances plans to attend the U. of M. in preparation for teaching. cf ' we rA,,.vfiQkJ.i,,,U,,,, E ff. f ft? Y if X '3 ' . ., , ,ff , f 4 MARY-JANE DUVAL "M.J." is a real live Wire as evidence by her partici- pation in Tri-S, French Club as a freshman and a junior, Graphic in her Senior year, Chorus and Pep Club, serv- ing as secretary of the latter two in her Senior year. She also appeared in our Junior Class and Interclass plays. Next year she will begin her nurse's training at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. MARTHA BIDDLE ELDER "Muff" has been active in many high school clubs: French Club and Tri-S for three years, Chorus and Pro- Merito for two years, and Pep Club for one. Also in- terested in dramatics she appeared in last year's Junior Class play and in the Interclass plays. Next year she is looking forward to attending Swarthmore College in ,,i, . W , Pennsylvania. L THERESA ANNE EVERSON Here's "Terry", songbird of the class. She has been 5' a member of the French Club and Tri-S all three years of high school and has belonged to Science Club two and Chorus for three years, she was also in Pep Club and was a club co-editor of the Goldbug. Next year she will continue her education at the U. of M. F iffy-six E. :W '-4g'f'..1: Lili'---fill'---'fllf--ffl? dl -Elf 4 'I 'P '5'le -Pl rl 'll all 'l DAVID EATON ELDER "Dave" was elected president of Pro-Merito in his senior year. He also was sports editor of the Graphic, a member of Science and Pep Clubs, a performer in Interclass and Junior plays, co-manager of publicity of Chorus Cof which he was a member three yearsl, and co-senior editor of the Goldbug. As treasurer of Hi-Y he embezzled so much that he took off for the woods of New Hampshire where you'll find him next year at- tending Dartmouth College where he will no doubt continue as a humorist of sorts. kXl-lr-l-l.l.l,l-l-l.'l.l.l- i.tl.l.tl.l.lttt REUELLA ANN FIELD In the middle of her junior year "Reuel" moved to Amherst High from Newburyport, Mass. Since her arrival she has been active in after-school sports which she supported as a junior and the Dramatic Club in whose productions she appeared as a senior. "You know" her pet expression. PAUL JOSEPH FELLERS And here is Paul, who has been a member of Hi-Y and Chorus during all three years of high school serving as chaplain of Hi-Y when a senior. In his freshman year he was a member of Student Council. A sports' enthusiast, he has been a member of the baseball team for two years. RICHARD WARREN FESSENDEN "Fezz", the scientist of the class, has been a vigorous supporter of the Science Club for three years and of the swimming team and the Pro Merito Society for two. Interested in science, especially electronics, he intends next year to enter the U. of M. to prepare for a career as a chemist. ANNE R. FITTS "Annie" helped support the Graphic as a typist and Pep Club in her senior year and Chorus in her junior year. Interested in after-school sports, she participated in them for three years. After high school she plans to go directly into secretarial work. Knitting is the hobby of this always-willing typist. DONALD LEWIS GARDNER You must agree that farming is a natural vocation for an animal lover. "Don" does like animals and he does plan to become a farmer.' Next year he expects to study at Stockbridge School of Agriculture. His teachers there may be started by the expression "How about that?" but they'l1 have to get used to it. ,463 Fi fiy-seven 3 FW if QVDW .il Sm? a i fl fi WY E . E I i ig, "l l KATHARINE TERESA GARVEY "Gary", our willing arguer, has been active in Tri-S and Pro Merito. A Student Council representative her first two high school years, she was a debater and a member of French Club as a junior, and a member of Pep Club, the girls' basketball team, and the Goldbug business staff as a senior. "Kak's" motto is "Nobody's opinion is worthless." PHYLLIS JOSEPHINE HODGKINS "Phil" is a record collector. Her special favorites are the Frankie Carle renditions, but she listens to others, too. If any salesman ever tells her that he hasn't any Frankie Carle records she'll probably say, "Are you kidding?" J. WARD KENNEDY "Will" is noted especially for his Dixieland trom- bone, which he tamed enough to play in the Band for three years. He has also been a dependable back- stroker on the swimming team for three years. Those same three years were spent with the Chorus and Science Club, too. Hi-Y, the Junior Class play of 1948, and the Graphic, as business manager in his junior year, complete "Jess' " high school accomplishments. He heads for Bowdoin College where he will tackle the pre-med course. MARION ANGELINA KOLASINSKI "Tiny", one of the Class' true "personality kids", is our class secretary-treasurer this year. After-school sports have taken up her time for three years Cshe was on the basketball and softball teams for three and two years respectivelyj as has Tri-S. A Pro Merito mem- ber, she was a Student Council representative as a junior and was active in Pep Club and on the Graphic staff as a senior. "Tiny" hopes to become an office worker. Fifty-eight GRETCHEN HUMMEL Surely you've seen Gretchen riding her horse down the side roads of our fair city. And riding isn't the only sport in which Gretchen is interested-she has taken part in girls' basketball too. Next year she will con- tinue her education at Hamp Commercial College. 1 X- l v l Q X l X l lvvlnnlll Y l it l it MARGARET ANN LOZOSKI Here's another sports-loving gal. "Peg" was out in her freshman year for the girls' field hockey team and was manager of the basketball team in her senior year. Also as a senior she joined the newly formed Pep Club. Dramatic Club, French Club, and the Goldbug staff. She was a Tri-S member for three years. "Peg" plans to go into nurses' training next year at the House of Providence. ETHEL BELL LASHWAY This is Ethel, a boisterous, effervescent member of our class. No doubt you have heard her shouting her familiar phrase through our corridors, "Hey!" BERNARD WENTZEL LOVELL Bernard is without a doubt the most brilliant stu- dent in our class noted for its superior academic achieve- mentsg his fabulous marks and diligent application to study have been landmarks of Amherst High. Needless to say, he was a member of Pro Merito. "Bunny" also was active for three years as a member of Science Club and the Projectionists, being secretary-treasurer of the latter group in his senior year. You may expect to hear more of our class genius in his chosen field of research or teaching. . ROSEMARY ELIZABETH MADDEN Here's "Rosie" or "Blondie," whichever nickname you prefer. Let a word to the wise be sufficient, how- ever, and choose the latter, because she says she doesn't like to be called "Rosie" Rosemary's interest in knit- ting seems to combine two of the courses which she followed in her high school days: Art and Home Eco- nomics. These courses will also probably enable her to make a "home beautiful", although she says she has no definite plans. CAROL EVERSON MAGOON Carol, whose friends call her "Bright Eyes", hopes to become a nurse. She has participated in girls' basket- ball and softball for three years, and was a member of Tri-S and chorus for two years. 'x .31 Fifty-nine drlitllllllllllll 5574 RICHARD BARROWS MARKUSON "We'll all be killed!" screams "Dick", the optimistic soul, as he careens around a corner in his big, green Cadillac. "Dick" was a member of French Club in his junior year and Pep Club in his senior year. Also as a senior he was on our Goldbug as' a feature editor. He plans to enter college next fall in preparation for a teaching career. f- wr. fa Mfr- f V, - 394595 .N 332 Z3 f 1, ,A I I I- I I, i. l 1. .-f P3" li Q'l1 Alf will it i'ilC"Jl. Jlf'JifFPlT 'il7Lli "9'lf'elQ do 'li SANDRA JEAN MONTGOMERY Here's "Sandy" who's really a busy girl. She has held the offices of secretary, vice-president, and presi- dent in Tri-S3 has been a faithful and active member of both Band and Chorus for three years. "Monty" was vice-president of our senior class and one of the stars in our Junior Class play and all three of our Interclass plays. In Science Club, to which she be- longed for three years, she was program chairman as a seniorg she was a Graphic reporter, a member of Pep Club, and a feature editor on the Goldbug staff asfa senior. Next year "Sandy" hopes to attend Cornell University. MARJORIE ANN NANARTONIS "Margie" is a sports enthusiast. Besides roller skat- ing and horseback riding she was a member of the girls' basketball team in her senior year. She has also studied the violin for three years. Her future plans include commercial college and eventually marriage. NANCY ELEANOR NESTLE Here's "Ethel" also called "Snuggles", who was secretary-treasurer of the class during her freshman and junior years. She has been a cheerleader, a member of Science Club Csecretary for two yearsj, Chorus and Tri-S for three years. Nancy was chosen as the Girls' State representative from our class. She played the title role in our Junior Class play, appeared in our senior Interclass play, and being a cheerleader, helped organ- ize Pep Club. Nancy also was a member of French Cllifb for one year and was on the Goldbug advertising sta . Sixty 1, ,,,. jj' wif P .... .1" -1 ..:-. . ff 1 . 5 . .-, 'L '--" '," f ' , ,xi ,gg , ,--:.' 'f vzwfii' f 14.12 .. . ., . .,'--,' A. ,M .. f ,et rw.-yr, -W Westie. , ..,.. 1 vc ':i: 5f1,2' 5,4 .1 W .., Wg, v. , ,gy ..eg:s4,1 V "mi,- Wwv Q- vw J 4W,'2Zx52.Tf9E9ff N .. Y , QQ ff lffisifi -' fi CAROLYN RUTH MORTON Carolyn, known more commonly as "Little Mort", has been a member of Tri-S for three years. She was a Student Council representative in her junior year and as a senior was a member of French Club and Dramatic Club and an energetic co-business manager of the Goldbug. She plans to become a social worker and will Study next year at the U. of M. CHARLES PETER OSTROWSKI "Charlie", or "Duke", as he is sometimes called, plans next year to attend Stockbridge School of Agri- culture at the U. of M. His pet expression? It's "Oh, Sugar!"-he says. CAROL ANN NOEL Carol, known by her initial "C", was a member of Tri-S all three years of high school. In her senior year she took part in girls' basketball and was a member of Pep Club and the Goldbug business staff. She was also a member of French Club for one year. "Aw nuts" is her pet expression, obviously used when she is disgusted. SUSAN NUTTER "Honest to John", here's a busy gal. In her senior year "Sue" was secretary of Pro Merito, program co- chairman of Tri-S, publicity co-chairman of Chorus, and co-editor of the Goldbzzg. She was a varsity de- bater and Graphic reporter during her last two years, was three years a member of French Club, and also supported Pep Club. Sue took part in the Interclass plays three years' and was in our Junior Class play. She plans to attend Mount Holyoke College next year. DONALD SEYMOUR PARSONS As this year's editor and last year's assistant editor of the school paper, "Don" has developed his "But we can't print that!" as it issues in a clear tenor from the mysterious depths of the Graphic office. That tenor has supported the chorus for three years, too. Besides belonging to Pro Merito and Hi-Y, Don as a senior was in the French, Science, and Pep Clubs. Student Councilnmembership in his junior year and a part in the Junior Class play of 1948 round out his activities. Next year you will probably see him astride his bicycle headed towards Amherst College. llllllllllllllfl VIOLA SUZANNE PATTERSON From up the river came "Patty" during her senior year where she was a member of the Spanish Club and Red Cross at Greenfield High School. Since her hobby is art she might go into that field after finishing school although she has yet to outline her future -plans. "Could be," she says, using her favorite expression. Sixty-one .I I ,A I I fi- If I kbs AUDREY H. PECK Says Audrey Cmore commonly called "Blimp"J, "What'll I say?" She has been a member of Tri-S for three years and was a Graphic typist in her senior year- excellent practice for her future as a secretary. I I I ' I I I I I - I IRENE CAROL PENZA Writing letters is a logical hobby for a girl who plans to become a secretary, don't you think? Irene has been a member of Pro-Merito for two years and as a senior was also a Graphic typist and a member of our Goldbug editorial staff. JOANNA FRANCES PLAZA "Gee whizzers" can be heard echoing from "Jo's" mouth through our halls. Next year she's not quite sure what she'll do-it's a toss-up between becoming a stenographer and joining the Navy. CWe trust it will be the WAVESJ LINCOLN T. POTTER "Line" is one who likes to "get in the swim". He has received his letter in swimming all three years of high school. He also has belonged to Chorus, Science Club, and Hi-Y for these three years, and in his senior year was sergeant-at-arms of Hi-Y. For the last two years "Lino" has been a varsity debater, exchange editor of the Graphic, and a member of Pro Merito. When a freshman, he acted in the Junior Class play, and when a senior he was a member of French Club and the Goldbug business staff. S ixfy-Iwo RICHARD FRANCIS PERCHAK In his Senior year "Dick" was one of the shining lights of our football team. Playing at end position he caught many a pass for many a yard. we l l- f ' I I I' I 1 f , , I I f , I .1 .1 -, . -I - I I' I iY,i Lwff-Vw-If fmt, -, L, I YI I -- - I fx I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l xi i l lIslI l I I I I I I I I - I I V. I I , ,. I., I- I. I, .I ., Y 1 K A I A l DONALD J. ROSSI Meet "Cheetah", the class' little guy. Don is one of the original "Dudes" with Boynton, Dow, and com- pany, and can usually be found with them. Seeking an easy way up in the world, he makes his main interest airplanes. NICHOLAS JERRY ROCO Big and friendly, C280 pounds and 2 friends per poundj "Nick" won't hesitate to straighten one out with his familiar "Wise up, Mac." Though he has been a competent Projectionist for three years, "Little Nick" is probably best known for his football prowess during his first two high school years when he was the left side of the line. Stockbridge is to be lucky enough to get "Nick." THERESA MARIE ROGERS Always kidding, "Tee" carefully explains, "Don't take me seriously." In her freshman year "Terry" was a member of Tri-S. Hailing from the plains of Leverett, she busies herself at square dancing and baking. Next year she will attend Northampton Com- mercial College preparing to be a secretary. MARIE ELLA SANCTUARY "Marie's" big brown eyes flash as she berates her pal with the customary "Oh, honestly, Marge!" This pretty South Amherst native played softball as a junior and basketball and softball as a senior. She plans to be a stenographer, but next year will probably find her at Providence Bible Institute. Among her interests she lists art, music, and horses. S ixty-three MARION HENRIETTA SIROSKEY "Dolly" is another future nurse, though her interest in sports may fool you. She has been an ardent sup- porter of girls' after-school sports throughout her three years, including membership on, the basketball and softball teams her last two. Friendly Marion earned Pro Merito membership, belonged to Tri-S, and was a Graphic typist as a senior. 'W . ff' 2,712 J I XV? 4.3 ,, jhq f 2 ..,. 1,,Vf.,QM9iE 7 'ifwrvf' RAYMOND J. M. SPILLANE If you know "Ray" you realize that his nickname "Shorty" doesn't really fit him. At the beginning of his junior year he came to Amherst from West Spring- field High where he played football. Here he has also been on the team besides being a member of French Club in his junior year and active in Chorus and Pep Club in his Senior year. In the middle of his Senior year, "Ray" left to join the Armed Forces. BETTY ANN STOWELL "B, A." is interested in sports of all kinds being active in girls' softball and basketball during her. last two years. As a senior she was circulation manager of the Graphic and a Goldbug business staff. She has also seen service in Pro Merito, Student Council as a Junior and a Senior, and T ri-S. Next year she plans to become a secretary. RAYMOND SZALA You'll find friendly, smiling "Ray" in the gym prac- ticing his favorite sport, basketball. As a senior he was an important cog in last winter's basketball picture. He also was a member of French Club as a junior and in his last year was elected to Student Council. ALDEN TUTTLE, JR. Alden, or as his friends call him, "Tut", is rather hard to miss because of his height. He's the tall lanky lad with the ambling gait, who has the talent for being late-even to exams. Sometime in the future he hopes to attend the U. of M. to further his education. Sixty four GRACE KATHLEEN SULLIVAN "Oh, boy!" says Grace when she gets excited and excited she becomes over the prospect of someday being an airplane stewardess. Grace belonged to Tri-S as a freshman and when a senior successfully partici- pated in softball and volley ball. She claims flowers as her hobby. Hill KATHLEEN M. WHITE "Kathie" naturally also came from Waltham. Since her arrival she has belonged to Chorus and Tri-S, and has been a cheerleader. As a senior she was on the Goldbug staff and belonged to Science Club and Pep Club. "Kathie" hopes to go to the University next fall to study for medical work of some sort. JANET ELIZABETH WEAVER ."Jan," an avid supporter of dramatics, has been 'W I president of the Dramatic Club and has appeared in our I Junior Class play and in three Interclass plays. A three year member of French Club and Science Club, she I 'i,'l was elected to the offices of president and treasurer, upy 5 f.iZ'1 Q1e-'i 5: ".- respectively. In her Senior year "Jan" has also been a I jf member of Tri-S and Pro Merito. She took part in debating for a year, was a member of Pep Club, and Ili t't' ' 'i i I was Features Co-Editor of the Goldbug. How she man- ii" , I p If aged to do all these things we don't know. You'll have I ' CYNTHIA M. WHITE ,QR "Cynie" fthe one with bangsj came to A.H.S. from pp Waltham at the beginning of our junior year. She im- mediately became a cheerleader and joined Tri-S and V- r Chorus. In her senior year she was T ri-S songleader, , became a member of Science Club, helped organize Pep Club, and was on the Goldbug staff. Next year she plans to attend the U. of M., perhaps to become a ' teacher. .IOAN M. WHITTEMORE D In her senior year ",Ioanie" received the honor of being elected president of the Western Massachusetts League of School Publications. A member of Tri-S and Student Council three years, "Whitty" has been program co-chairman and secretary respectively for one year. In her last two years, "Joanie" participated in girls' basketball and softball, was a member of Pro Merito, and was on the Graphic staff, being make-up editor in her senior year. She also was secretary- treasurer of French Club, girls' sports editor of the Goldbug, and president of Pep Club, which she spent a great deal of time organizing. And in spite of all this, she found time to represent the A.H.S. girls at the Amherst Youth Hostel. gig U S ixiy-five LITHOGRAPHERS YEAR BOOK PRINTERS FINE . COLOR . WORK VALLEY LITHO COMPANY Tel. 2-1839 384 DWIGHT STREET HOLYOKE : : MASS. ,gnc CONSULTING PRINTING SERVICE YEAR BOOKS . TEXTBOOKS INSTRUCTION MANUALS JOHN E. SNOW Peoples Savings Bank Building HOLYOKE, MASSACHUSETTS Sixly-six N4l4N.'U4l.W.VULlfl. f L l it v M Q 1, A l . ' ll ,'A' , -M L ix, A W' , ,-- L W. f A ', lf FXV FFQV H a X' X". ll ll ll 'XV-MX9VF'lVO"'lY' X' ll A ' ' it ' ' ll Fl lx ' ll ll l l A A 7 V . 'N XX Ns. K A 7 X . H 5 1 1 I In f , -L ' ,, N 1 S' if Q ' vi Compliments Of PAIGE'S BOWLING . ALLEY 159 North Pleasant St. Tel. 29 WHITCOMB'S HARDWARE Amherst Theater Building The College Shoe Repair Co. ROWE,S Garage Inc Moore's Paints and Enamels CHRYSLER john Fotos, Proprietor Factory Fresh and at Lowest Prices 41 No. Pleasant St. Amherst PLYMOUTH Wall Papers From Stock or Sample Books RANDY'S STORE E. M. SWITZER, Jr- Confectioneries Groceries Meats Clothing - Haberclashery 377 Main St., Tel. 726 JOHN E. FISHER Roofing Contractor Northampton, Mass Tel. 1358 S fatty-seven VETS' For Dependable Fuel Compliments TAXI of can C. R. ELDER Radio Phone 20 SHOP Cars A "The best place to buy ICE CREAM" - you've heard this said more and more - not only in Amherst but all through the County. Why not find out for yourself. AMHERST CREAMERY CO. COLLEGE TOWN DOUGLASS ' MARSH, Inc- Cor. Fearing St. and Sunset Ave SERVICE CENTER Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Tel. 81 Mobilgas Mobiloil Ice Cream, Soda Sz Candy Furniture and Rugs Mobilubficafion QUALITY FRUIT STORE . 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