Amherst Regional High School - Goldbug Yearbook (Amherst, MA)
- Class of 1956
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Text from Pages 1 - 80 of the 1956 volume:
TABLE OF CONTENTS
The class of '56 dedicotes this book to its class ddviser, Mr. Lo-
croix, who hos opened doors oi knowledge to the rnony who hove
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Harvard Graduate School of Education, lvl. Ed.
Amherst High School Graduate
Eleanor Fillmore if
Extra Curricular: Supervisor of Cheerleaders, Class
of '57 Aciivser
University of Massachusetts, BS. H
Radcliffe, MA. E
Donald S. Lacroix
Extra Curricular: Adviser of Class of '56
University of Massachusetts, BS., MS.
Class Donald Averill
Extra Curricular: High School Li-
Keene Teachers College, B. Ed.
University ol Connecticut, MA.
College of St. Rose
University ol Massachusetts, BS.
Extra Curricular: Graphic Adviser
Boston University, BA.
Salem State Teachers College
University ol Massachusetts
English 10 and Speech
Extra Curricular: Drama Club
University of Connecticut, BA.,
New Haven State Teachers Col-
Commercial and History
Extra Curricular: High School
Treasurer, Student Associa-
tion Bookkeeper, Personal
A. I. C., B.S,, MA.
Betty lane Donley
Mt Holyoke, AB, MA.
American Academy in Rome
Extra Curricular: Yearbook
Spokane University, B.A.
Smith College, M.A,
University ot Washington
Automatives, Mechanical Drawing
Extra Curricular: Hockey Team
Fitchburg State Teachers College
Attending University of Massa
Bookkeeping I, II, Senior Arithme-
tic, General Math
Salem State Teachers College
University ot Massachusetts
Elizabeth M. Foley
Extra Curricular: Personal Typing,
Salem State Teachers College,
Boston University, M.S, Ed,
John P. McDonough
Physical Education, Supervisor of
Ir. and Sr. High School Phys-
Extra Curricular: Basketball
Coach, Football Coach
University ot Massachusetts, BS.,
University ot North Carolina
Marguerite Ann Aldrich
' Tri-S l, 2, 3, Gold-
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The one member of our class
who doesn't have to diet is
Slim, our star basketball play-
er, Although Marguerite is ex-
tremely good-natured, the one
thing that annoys her is the way
the college students take over our
town when college opens. Some
future employer will find Slim
Marian Louise Ann Adams
Pep Club 2, 3, Goldbug 3, Pro Merito 2, 3, Basketball 2, Manager 3, Softball
Manager 2, 3.
Tall, attractive Marian could be a model, but she wants to be-
come a secretary. An avid sports' fan, Marian -has participated in
basketball and softball and has appeared in the cheering section
at all games. Marian can discuss any television program as she is
an ardent television fan.
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Anyone looking for Tom can find him hunting in the I 3fliQ'2'f..S V..
if daytime and at the bowling alley at night. Witty Tom's horne'::crt'.-f:11:i '
Z favorite expression is l'How's that grab ya?" Not particu- lcseicgzdztg
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pl 3 out the Navy when he graduates.
Earle C. Allis
Projecxtionist Club l,H2, 3, Basketball Manager l, 2, 35 Baseball Manager l, 2, 3,
1 Oh Splugs, Butch comments as he fiddles around with cars
at his Leverett home. ln school he distrusts teachers and enthusias-
tically served as manager of two athletic teams. His plans are to
join the Armed Forces and if possible to make some improvements
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Badminton Tournament 2.
Although traveling is Nancy's
llfbbby, her favorite trip is from
Llrlcoln Avenue to Woodside Av-
enue. She has mastered the art
Off. writing letters in study hall
without being detected. Next year
Iljiancy plans to attend the U. of
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"Pretty neat," says Hot Bod,
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U "l'll play your crazy game," says Bill, who can often be found
with Ed. Bill is one of the actors in our class. He appears to be the
quiet, shy type. Bill is undecided about the future.
ihunting in the Betty yells, 'lOh, my gosh," when she is assigned ,www
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fn plans to help on graduation, Betty plans to do office work.
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Iames B. Bias
Pooibaii 1 2 3, Basketball i, 2. 3. Baseball 1, 2, 3-
Corky' a guiet sportsman, enjoys hunting and sweet cider.
When hes not participating in sports, he can probably be found at
home with the television set.
Elizabeth lane Becker
French Club lg Pep Club l, 2, 35 Tri-S l,
2, 3: Outing Club l, 2, 3, Goldbug 35
Pro Merito 2, 35 Basketball l, 2, 3.
Although Betty says she dis-
likes the color of her hair because
if prevents her Wearing pink, most
Of the girls are envious of her
beautiful, red curly hair. Betty is
CI good student and a good ath-
lete. She is always willing to work
for her class. She plans to further
her education at either the U. of
M. or Syracuse University.
Raymond P. Blaisdell
Phyllis Ann Boynton
Pep Club 2, 3g Basketball 1, 2, 3, Soft-
ball l, 2, 3.
Phil, Whose favorite pastime is
sports, dislikes poor sportsman-
ship. She is likely to be found at
Shums and says, "I guess so,"
when asked if she'll have some of
her favorite food, pizza. Phil plans
to attend Northampton Commer-
cial College or join the Armed
Student Council lg Projectionist Club lg Drama Club 3.
Ray is usually quiet in class, unless he is making a Witty com-
ment. l-le is an enthusiastic painter and crazy about ships. l-le also
is adept at Woodwork. The University of Massachusetts is his next
Nancy Reed Britt
Constance E. Britt
Pep Club lg Tri-S l, 2.
Giving a general 'impression of smallness, and blond-
ness, Connie is very quiet when in public but is capable
of surprises. l-ler favorite pastime is riding around with
Moe. When looking for Connie try Little Italy, her favor-
ite hangout. Connie is another one of our future nurses.
Pep Club l, 25 Tri-S l, 2, Chorus l, 2.
Our petite redhead, Nancy, can often be found in the Town
I-louse. She likes to talk but can't stand Gymn Class. Next year she
plans to attend a lunior College.
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Game Club lg Pep Club l, 2, 3, Tri-S
l, 2, President 3, Graphic l, 2, Editor 3,
Pro Merito 2, 3: Operetta 2, Class Play
2: lntramurals l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3,
Cheerleader l, 2, 3,
I Sue, one of our popular sen-
101' girls, has engaged in many
school activities. W h e n e v e r
YOU re at any of our football or
basketball games, you'll be sure
'IO see Sue, a peppy cheerleader,
cheering our team on. Her future
Plans include attending the U of
M- Where she hopes to major in
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Presenting Tad! lf not eating
steak, his favorite food, he is sure
to be beneath his car trying to
discover the cause of its latest
ailment. His tuture plans include
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Student Council lg Outing Club 35 Projectionist Club l, 2, Sec.-Treas. 35 Graphic
35 Class President 35 Operetta 25 Class Play 2.
"What do you mean?" lt's Chas, class prexy, who can be found
at the Town House or the First National Store. Besides girls, his fa-
vorite pastime is thinking ot ways to make money for his class. He
dislikes kids who are'n't interested in their class and its fate. Chas
plans to attend a Business School.
Mary Louise Cooke
Pep Club ll 2, 35 Tri-S l, 2, 35 Basketball l, 2, 35 Softball l5 Band l.
Although May is one of the smallest members bf our
class, she is one of our biggest assets on the basketball
court. Not one to go in tor lads, she has never cut her
lovely, long, dark hair. May is another member ol our
class who plans to enter the Armed Forces.
Rudolph H. Cooley
Projectionist Club l5 Band l, 2, 35 Class Play 25. Football 3.-
Budy is known by everyone for his antics in the classroom.
He can always be counted on to liven up a boring class. Like most
boys he has a place in his heart for his car and a girl.. Budy, who
plans to be an auto mechanic, does not take a special liking to peo-
ple who have a superiority complex.
Iames L. Cooley
Cuting Club 35 Pro Merito 25 35 Base-
ball l, 2, 3.
lim is a great baseball enthusi-
ast and is interested in Math. He
likes lobster rolls and is likely to
be found at either the library or
Hastings. His future plans are
M.l.T. or the U. of M.
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horus l 3
Cay and cheerful at all times
leannie is an untiring support-
er of Drarnatics and Chorus.
leannies favorite pastime is
AMCOP, Ask her what it means.
She is usually found in the Town
House indulging in hotdogs.
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of M. next year.
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lanet is a peppy girl who comes from South Amherst. She has
a aood sense of humor, so naturally she dislikes people with no
sei-iss of humor. She can often be found in Springfield. lanet's fut-
ure plans are undecided right now---but they may include hair-
Alec Edward Cybulski
Ioseph Randolph Crowley
Graphic 3, Football l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 3- Baseball l, 2, 3, Gold-
'lWhat's the scoop?" lt's athletic Randy, Whose favor-
ite pastime is sports, and who can always be found in
the locker room, Randy likes fried clams, French fries and
salad, and dislikes short haircuts on girls and "D.A.'s"
on boys, Graduation will see Randy headed for enroll-
ment at Springfield College,
Al dislikes to see knee socks on girls, Polish dances are his fav-
orite activity. Most pleasing to his stomach are chop suey and
grinders. He likes basketball and plans to attend the U. of M, next
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An inseparable pair in our class
are Ev and Phil flfrench, that
iSl. When hunting season opens
YOU are sure to find Ev in the
Woods somewhere, How would a
deer look on the front of your red
convertible, Ev? Next year he
Plans to attend the U. of M. and
then enter the Air Force.
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lu dith Wealthy Drake
Game Club l, Pep Club l, 3, Tri-S 1,
2, 3, Basketball Manager l, 2, 3, Soft-
ball Manager l.
Surely you must have seen S1 ,
ludy at Mae's Drive-ln eating her
favorite food, French fries. Or did
you find her at the Bowling Alley?
Frank, enthusiastic, and good-
natured, ludy will be a Welcome
addition to the next year's Frank-
lin County Hospital training class.
Drama Club 3.
"That ain't right," energetic Chet exclaims loudly in English
class. Other brilliant exclamations flow from his lips. Polish food
delights him, and he likes to sing-to himself and everyone. l-le also
gkesf Ixlilolish dances. Next year Chet is planning to attend the
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Iohn Edward Dziuba
Game Club l, Sports Club l, Football l, Basketball l, 2, 3, Base-
ball l, 2, 3.
Yosh can usually be found. riding by Shums. Yosh,
who participates in two of our major sports, is undecided
as to his future plans.
lean Margaret Erit
Pep Club 3, Tri-S l, 2, 3, Outing Club l, 2, 3, Goldbug 3, Band l, 2, 3, Orches-
tra l, 2, Operetta 2, Basketball 3.
1 a musicall minded member of our class Besides parti-
lean 's Y - y E H
cipating in many class activities, she can be found driving. 'My
Gosh" is her exclamation when a car goes out in front of her little
maroon Austin. lean plans to go to college to study nursing.
Sylvia Iane Ely
Pep Club l, 2, 3, Graphic 3, Goldbug 3,
Majorettes l, 2, Captain 3.
Petite Syl is best remembered
for her clever twirling. Her favor-
ite expression is "Cfreat"' which
she applies to everything from
chocolate pie, her Weakness, to
the latest "pop" tune. Office Work
or Commercial College are in-
cluded in her future plans.
Student Council 25 Pep Club 35 Tri-S 2,
Program Chairman 35 Goldbug 35 Class
Vice President 35 Band 35 Pep Band 35
Class Play 25 Basketball 2, 35 Softball
GrUSSl'S, a peppy redhead
from Leverett, is a girl you won't
forget for a long time. Coming to
Amherst High in her junior year,
she has been a viery enthusiastic
participant in all activities of her
class. Her witty remarks in class
have also provided her class-
mates with extra entertainment.
Gussie plans to further her edu-
cation at the U. of M.
Don Farrar '
Game Club lg Graphic l, 35 Pep Band 2: BGSketbCIU 1- l I
'tThg1'5 nice mdk," flips losewhose favorite hangout is the
Hatfield Club Rendezvous. His favorite pastime is eating steak, his
favorite food. Undecided about his future, lose is definite in his
dislike of girls who don't dress right.
Robert W. Fishel
Outing Club 35 Projectionist Club 2, 35 Basketball Manager 35 Base-
ball Manager 2, 3.
Bob, Cfussie's twin, also came to Amherst High in his
junior year. Known by his favorite expression "What?",
Bob claims that he is fond of boiled snails. Like his sister,
Bob is quick with witty remarks. He plans to go to the
U. of M. and then become a chemical engineer.
A. Philip French
Basketball 2, Swimming l.
' Phil, who comes from South Amherst, can often be heard say-
ing, That's the most to say the least." ln his spare time he likes to
putter on cars, to camp, and to fish. He plans to go to Stockbridge
if trie girl who sat in front of him in Modern Problems doiesn't drive
Marion Ianet Gardner
Pep Club lg Pro Merito, 2, 35 Basketball
l, 2: Softball l.
Although Marion is one of our
top commercial students, she is
not the traditional grind. Sports
are her main interest, but what-
ever she attempts she does well.
Because of her sense of humor
and good nature, we predict that
Marion will make many friends
next year at Northampton Com-
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Connie Mae Glazier
Pep Club lg Tri-S l, 2, 35 Goldbug 3,
Connie, a petite blonde, is an-
other one of our classmates from
Leverett. She is the owner of a
good sense of humor and can
often be heard saying 'lTl'1Qt'S
life!" Her favorite pastime is lis-
tening to records. Connie plans to
become a nurse.
Outing Club l5 Band l, 2, 35 Pep Band l, 2, 35 Orchestra l, 2, 35 Chorus l, 2, 35
Operetta 25 Track 2,
Don has eagerly participated in most of the musical activities,
intruding everywhere with his alto saxophone and disturbing the
peace. He likes to go camping and "to get away from it all." When
he becomes eighteen, we shall lose him to the Army.
Loren C. Graves
Projectionist Club 35 Basketball 35 Baseball l, 2, 3.
Traveling down from the hills of Leverett muttering,
'lWhere there's a will there's a way," is Loren Graves. I-le
can be found at the movies or at Stone's Pool Hall. Lor-
en's future plans are indefinite.
Marie Frances Hanson
French Club lg Student Council 25 Pep Club l, 2, 35 Tri-S l, 2, 3, Outing Club
l, 2, Secretary 35 Goldbug 35 Pro Merito 2, 35 Class Play 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3.
Marie can usually be found working very hard for her class.
She has enthusiastically participated in all school activities. She
doesn't like the lack of inter-class cooperation around A.H.S. She
likes to ski. l wonder why? Hlsa balous" is her favorite expression,
and she plans to attend Bates or the .U. of M.
Barbara Phyllis Handrich
French Club 15 Pep Club l, 2, 35 Tri-S
l, 2, 35 Outing Club l, 2, 35 Goldbug 35
Pro Merito 2, 35 Class Play 25 Basketball
Ask Barbie if she'd like to go
somewhere and her answer will
be "S-u-r-e." ln spite of being an
excellent student and one of the
busiest girls in our class, Barbie
is always ready for a good time
or a long telephone conversation.
Next year Barbie plans to at-
tend the U. of M. in preparation
Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Tri-S l, 2, 3, Graphic
l, 2, 3, Goldbug 3, Intramurals l, 2, 3,
Margie, an untiring supporter
of our class, is always on the
. lookout for news for the Graphic.
ln her spare time she can be
found at Shumway's. Next year
she plans to attend the U. of M.
Sports Club l, 2, 3, Projectionist Club l, Class Play 2, Football l, 2, 3, Base-
ball l 2
you hear "Go jump in the lake," Lenny Hebert's sure to
be around. Lenny, whose favorite- pastime is sports, can be found
either at Shumways or in South Amherst. I-le despises homework
on Friday nights. Teachers take notice!
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Friendly Arch is very agreeable, "Sure" being his
favorite expression. Playing mechanic satisfies his con-
structive and destructive impulses, and nothing leaves
him more dejected than the sudden discovery of "no
money." He has an ambitious future plan-getting mar-
Sally E. Holden
Pep Club l, 2, 3, Tri-S l, 2, 3, Graphic 3, Basketball l, 2, 3.
Sal's reason for doing anything from studying to making
dates is "lust for chuckles." l-ler favorite pastime is writing letters to
Kansas City. Are they in shorthand, Sal? Next year she plans to
enter the Armed Services.
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Student Council l, Pep Club l, 2, 3:
Tri-S l, Z, 3, lntramurals l.
lf you are in Shums and hear
someone exclaim, "Such is life,"
you'll know that lan is present.
Riding around in a '55 Chevi is
her favorite pastime. Who's at the
wheel, Ian? Next year shle plans
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to attend college.
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Morgan W. Horr
Graphic 35 Bod and Gun Club 15 Foot-
ball 2, 35 Basketball l, 2, 35 Goldbug 3.
"Don't push your luck" with
Gabis, because he dislikes a
wise guy. He can be seen flying
an airplane or at Shumway's eat-
ing grilled cheese sandwiches
and strawberry frappes. Gabis
plans to join the Service.
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When you hear "Not too fine" you know Ellie is around. She is
one of our peppy majorettes. Ellie can often be found en route be-
tween Sunderland and Amherst. She likes to listen to records and
ski and next year plans to go to a Music School.
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A conversation with Bill, who can be found almost
anywhere, will bring forth a "You've got it made". Bill, t jfy,Z,,,. ff 1 I
who likes tenderloin steak and enjoys all sports, intends
to join the Service. 1
lames Ross Iackson
Game Club 1, 25 Sports Club 15 Bod and Gun Club l, 25 Basketball 15 Tracl.
and Field Events 2, 3. .
limmy, the artist of our class, hails from South Amherst. Since
he is a sports' enthusiast, limmy spends most of his time hunting
and fishing. Cruising around in his car is another hobby ol his.
limmy plans to improve his artistic talent by attending an Art
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Game Club 15 Pep Club l, 2, 35 Tri-S 15
Graphic 35 Goldbug 35 Operetta 25 Class
"Let's do somethingn' would be
a good motto for Helly. You'll
find her at Shum's, the Town
House, the movies, or riding
around in a blue Ford. Helly
has an abundance of energy and
wit. Her future plans include at-
tending a lunior College.
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Rod and Gun Club lg Basketball l, 2.
layson can be found fooling
around in his '49 Ford. Famed for
his shrill whistle, Dick likes
foods of all kinds and just loves to
R go out with girls or go flying.
Dick's future plans include the
Air Force and then getting a farm
of his own.
William Edward I acque
Football 3, Basketball 3, Baseball 3, Track and Field Events -3.
"Beans", whoops Bill lacaue, all set to go fishing. l-le can be
found most anywhere sneering at girls' slacksbecause he thinks
pants should continue to be worn only by the men of the family.
Bill's future plans are to attend prep school and then a college.
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. Projectionist Club lg Bod and Gun Club l.
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of Massachusetts, or enjoying his favorite pastime, the
Airlines Drive-ln. When faced with homework or a girl
who can't make up her mind, D. K. says "Son of a gun"
He plans to take a two-year course in forestry and beef
I ohn I. Kershlis
Tell lack that black is black and he'll say "Prove it" When
he's not devouring steak and French fries he can b fi d
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Shumways or lust riding around in his little red Nash lack can't
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sian peop e who think they're it. His future plans are the Univer-
sity of Massachusetts or the farm.
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Class Play 25 Operetta 2.
f NO matter what you say to
'mi W 5 112013, the reply is, "You know."
u ess can be found in his shop
in the family garage re airin
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Ioan Marie Knightly
Game Club l, Pep Club l, 2, 3, Tri-S
l, 2, 3: Graphic l, 2, 3, Golclbug 3,
Class Play 2, Basketball l, 2, 3.
t'Ya but" can be heard echoing 3
from loni's mouth through our i 'W'
halls. She doesn't care for kids
with no school spirit or who 'tact
up" at class meetings. She can
usually be found at Shum's. Her
plan for the future is a teaching
career. 'N lsst i
Patricia A. Kuzmeski
Sports Club l.
U W-hen you see a snappy yellow convertible driven by a pretty
girl with a flashing smile, you know it's Kuzzy. A jolly, sincere,
friendly girl, she has the personality and ability to succeed in her
chosen field-secretarial work.
F. lane Lake
Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, Debating Club l, Tri-S l, 2, 3, Outing Club
l, 2, Chorus 2, 3, Class Play 2, Basketball 2, 3.
Earnest and peppy fane has participated in quite a
few activiti-es. She likes to greet people with a friendly
"Hey there". Of pastimes, she thinks she has "too many".
Shum's is her favorite hangout, and she hopes to go to
Defiance College and become a professional Scout.
Sports Club l, Student Council l, Outing Club l, 2, Treasurer 3, Graphic 3,
Goldbug 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, Golf l, 2, 3.
Squirt is a very popular boy and has participated in assort-
ed activities. When he isn't to be found riding around in his new
Volkswagen, he is likely to be making the rounds of the golf course.
ln winter it is difficult to take his mind off skiing. He also likes bas-
ketball, eagerly gobbles up chicken, and plans to attend college
after a year of prep school.
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Spike's favorite pastimes are gi
hunting, fishing, and Hcherchez la
femme", and he is most likely to 3 I R
be found at Shumway's or in ' fr' 3
Hamp, His likes are steak and L i 'hu-
sausage, his dislikes are girls who
swear. Spike plans on the Air
Force and barber school. l r
Louis I. Miazga
Game Club 1, Sports Club lg Projec-
tionist Club l, 2, 32 Rod and G1-IH
Club l, Basketball l, 2, 3.
"Check that" says Lou, whose
WX favorite pastime is playing the ac-
cordian. His favorite food is pork,
and he is most likely to be found
at Forest Lake. Lou plans to at-
tend Springfield Trade or Stock-
bridge. Among his dislikes, the
driver training car stands out.
Ioseph I. Matysiewicz
Game Club lg Projectionist Club l, 2, President 35 Football 3, Baseball 2.
loe, a projectionist throughout high school, was president of
the Projectionist Club in his senior year. Ioe, whose favorite hang-
out is Northampton Road, dislikes women drivers. l-le plans to work
in the future.
Richard C. Mitchell
Rod and Gun Club lg Swimming Team l.
Dick can usually be found in South Amherst hunting
or fishing. His favorite foods are steaks and French fries.
Teachers and girls are his pet peeves. l wonder? Dick
W plans a future in the Navy and then on to college.
Lucille Helen Nanartonis
Pep1Cgub3 l, 2, 3, Tri-S l, 2, 3, Graphic 3, Goldbug 3, Class Play 2, Cheerlead-
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Lucy is one of our cute blonde cheerleaders. She can't stand
those who show bad sportsmanship and lack of school spirit. Sh-e
is not alone on this subject. Lucy's favorite expression is "no fool-
ing". She can be found dancing, cooking for her brother and sis-
ters, or at the movies. She plans a nursing career.
it Regina Mary O'Brien
French Club lg Tri-S 2, 3, Outing Club
lg School Operetta 2, Basketball l, 2, 3,
Softball l, 2, 3.
Gay, p r e t t y , effervescent,
,yew Gina will make you forget your
' Q troubles. Her peppy, witty person-
ality is contagious. Whether on
TN the basketball court, or on the
stage, Gina is always the cen-
ter of attraction. She plans to at-
tend college next year.
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Tri-S l, 2, 35 Outing Club lg Drama 3' 'K
Club l, 25 Chorus l. N
Hop, our jazz enthusiast, also
ing. Look for her either at La- -
Fleur's or AtWood's Airport. When
Hop joins the WAF's she will
have to change her favorite ex- W j M
pression f'Heaven's sake",
to "Yes, sir"!
Operetta 25 Class Play 2.
Ed is another one of our class actors. He is a shy, quiet boy
who seems to take life seriously. His favorite pastime is sports and
hte is still undecided about the future.
Sports Club l5 Student Council l5 Outing Club 35 Football 15
Basketball l, 2, 35 Baseball ll 2, 3.
'lWhat?" says humorous Pickle as he sits down to a
juicy steak. An avid hiking fan, he can almost always be
found roaming the hills of Leverett. Pickle has played
basketball and baseball for three years. He plans to at-
tend the University of Massachusetts,
David Arnold Perry
Outing Club l, 2, Vice President 35 Pro Merito 2, Vice President 35 Operetta 25
Class Play 25 Track lg Golf l, 2, 35 Swimming l.
Dave is enthusiastic about golfing, skiing, and going to the
movies. He has participated in dramatics, was quite interested in
Math, and was a representative at Boys' State. His future plans are
college and U.S.M.C.
Patricia A. T. Ostrowski
Game Club l5 Basketball l, 2, 3.
'Can you manage that?" asks
Pat. She likes to drink coffee
while keeping her eye on a red
Ford convertible and a certain
foreign car. Pat, who intends
to join the Armed Forces, is most
likely to be found on Russell
Street in Hadley. Theres a certain
fellow who says "Why not?" Who ...KM
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Frank came to Amherst High
from Spencer during his junior
year. He can often be heard say-
ing "What do you mean!" He likes
to participate in sports, to hunt,
and to drive. He doesn't particu-
larly care for women drivers.
l:'rank's future plans include either
college or the Service.
Deborah Allyn Perry
Pep Club l, 2, 35 Tri-S l, 2, 3, Graphic l, 3, Class Play 2: Basketball l, 2, 3.
Debbie, Dave's twin, is an active member of our class. She
likes sports, especially basketball. She can be found either at
Shum's or the Town House in her spare time. Her future plans in-
clude Iunior College.
Elizabeth Ann Pratt
Pep Club l, 2, 3, Tri-S l, 2, 3, Outing Club lg Graphic 3.
ffm Since acquiring her driver's license, Betty's chief oc-
cupation has been trying to keep her father from using
the family car. As Betty's favorite pastime is attending
drive-in movies, does she find other entertainment in
the winter? Although Betty's future plans are undecided,
we wonder if she might add a three letter word to her-
Randall W. Prescott
"lYou know" is Randy's way of explaining something. His
favorite pastime is working on cars-probably either his yellow
Oldsmobile or Phil's Model A. He can be found at the gas station.
He dislikes people who lean on the horn behind him. Randy plans
to further his education at a State Teachers College.
Wires -WM.. -W rf
Game Club 2, Sports Club 2, Projec-
tionist Club l, 3.
Quinnie is another member
of our class who is interested in
i cars. He can be seen almost any
i time of the day in his maroon Ply-
mouth. He also likes to go to stock
car races. When he's not riding
around, he can be found either at
Shum's or at the Bowling Alley.
Quinnie plans to enter the Service
and then become an auto me-
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Game Club l, 2, Sports l, 2, Outing QQ
Club l, 2, 3, Goldbug 3, Class Play 2,
Football 3, Track l, 2, Captain 3, Cross
Country Captain 3.
Participating in many activities 2
Ace has become a star distance
runner. When he isn't hunting,
fishing, or taking out girls, he """"t""-
may be found in the Town House
or somewhere in Pelham. Girls
give him a great deal of frustra-
tion. Ace plans to be a florist.
David Benton Rowell
Game Club l, Sports Club l, Student Council l, 2, Outing Club 3, Goldbug 3,
Pro Merito 2, 3, Class Play 2, Football l, 2, 3.
"You don't know, do you?" can be heard through the halls
when Flash is anywhere around. Dave doesnt like it at all when he
has an empty wallet and an empty gas tank. His favorite pastime
is driving. He can be found at Shum's and plans to attend Am-
Dorothy Elaine Roys
Pep Club l, 2, 3, Tri-S l, 2, 3, Operetta 2, Class Play 2, Major-
ettes l, Lieutenant 2 and 3.
Dotty, one of our peppy majorettes, hails from Lever-
ett. A vivacious little blonde, she doesn't let the fact that
she lives in Leverett keep her from participating in class
and school activities. You can see her driving between
Leverett and Amherst most any time, day or evening.
When you hear the retort "No Kidding", you can be sure
Dotty is around. She plans to go to college next year.
David S. Rozman
Goldbug 3, Pro Merito 2, 3, Debating l, Track l, 3, Cross Country 3.
Roz is a track and field man who, when not out sporting, can be
found in jones Library. 'Quiet and efficient, Roz enjoys a good
bowl olf Chili Con Carne. He plans to attend college upon gradua-
tion from A.H.S.
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Rita Roz1ck1 2 wh,
Look for Rita at Devil's Paradise,
where she may be found with
Don. Her favorite food is Perogi.
Homework is her major complaint
right now. ln the future she plans
to take up office work.
Elizabeth Louise Searle
Pep Club l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3.
"You dog", is the pass word of
Betty, one of our leading sports
Args fans. Because she has a happy
2' disposition, she dislikes people
who don't have a sense of humor.
Betty's future plans include a very
noble ambition-"working to help
lane E. Sanctuary
lane thinks that 'ilt's better to be early than late . She P3lC1f1S TO
attend college, and busies herself babysitting. She enjoys collec-
tions, and, although she won't say so, we know that she can play
David King Shumway II
Game Club l, Class Play 2, Baseball l.
Shum was a stagehand for the class play in his jun-
ior year, and he could really toss those sets around.
Why? Because, -like Popeye, his favorite food is spinach.
He can be found working at Louis Food Store, making
money to eliminate his pet peeve, an empty gas tank.
The University of Mass. will take care of Shum's next
few years. ,
Paula Paige Smith
Pep Club l, :Tri-S l, Basketball Manager l, 2, Softball Manager l, 2.
Paula is the girl you see around town in that'yellow Nash Ram-
bler. Sh l'k '
e 1 es to drive and loves to go to stock car races. She can't
stand people who don't show up for appointments on time. Paul '
favorite hangout is her home and her future plans include marriage
an a home of her own.
Sibyl Christine Smith
French Club l, Student Council l, Pep
Club l, 2, President 3, Tri-S l, 2, Co-
Program Chairman 3, Outing Club 1, 2
President 3, Graphic 3, Goldbug Co-
Editor 3, Pro Merito 2, President 3,
Class Play 2, Intramurals l, 2, 3, Bas-
ketball l, 2, 3, Softball l, 2, 3, Girls'
Sib is one of our busiest girls.
She is an excellent student, a
versatile athlete, a clever writer,
and a good actress. Her keen en-
thusiasm and conscientious abil-
ity have made her one of our
class leaders. Sib's future plans
, include attending the University
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Pep Club l, 2, 3, Tri-S l, 2, 3, Drqmg Club l. Writing letters to Seems
to be ludie's favorite pastime,
ludie, like most teenagers, can 'W'
be found anywhere but home. She
would be a perfect picnic com- ,
panion because hot dogs and
hamburgers are her favorite foods. 'QW
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Westfield State Sanatorium Nurs-
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Pep Club l, 2, 3, Tri-S l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3.
-lf you hear "How am l supposed to know?", you know that
Nonie is around. She likes to go to basketball games and Legion
dances. Nonie has worked hard to make our paper drives a suc-
cess. Upon graduation she plans to join the Service.
Sandra lean Strange
Drama Club l, 2, Student Council 2, Tri-S l, 2, 3, Chorus 2, Oper- A
etta 2, Class Play 2. ,yf, p yff, i I ' Lf
Sandy finds great pleasure in plays. Given a chance il V S
to act or write something original, she doesn't miss an 5 iiif
opportunity. She also enjoys reading. Her favorite com- ,,,. ""
ment is 'lHoly Moly". She likes gardening and playing
tennis. She plans to attend Pittsburg State Teachers Col- '
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Michael P. Sullivan
Sports Club l, Projectionist Club l, Graphic 2, 3, Dramatics l, Class Sec.-
Treas. 3, Football Manager 2, 3, Basketball Manager l, 2, 3, Baseball Man-
Gger see it" is Sully's favorite expression. He is very interested
in sports as his past three years as manager show. He is also inter-
ested in girls and that '53 Ford of his. He dislikes people who dont
follow the athletic teams. Sully plans to go to Business School
Mary A. Stratford 'Q
Basketball 3. :,f,.,, H yt ,
Mary is a quiet girl who comes "'.- 3
from Leverett. She came back to g
Amherst High in her senior year. 'A ,H 1
She likes basketball and is a good .
forward. Mary plans to go to
Kings College in New York.
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"That's too bad" is what Muriel
can be heard to remark. She is a
quiet girl who can usually be
found at hom'e reading. Chili Con
Carne is her favorite food. Muriel's
plans for the future include mar-
riage and her own home.
Outing Club 2, 35 Graphic 35 Band l, 2, Student Director 35 Pep Band l, 2,
Director 35 Orchestra l, 2, 35 Chorus 2, 35 Operetta 2.
Tommy has been very active in any and all music events. He
has represented the school at the Boston Post Music Festival and
All-state Band. l am sure we have all enjoyed the Pep Band which
was under his direction this year. He plans to attend Oberlin Col-
Dorothy Cyril Thomason
Maureen F. Tessier
Student Council l, 25 Pep Club l5 Tri-S l, 2, 35 Goldbug 35 Class
Little Moe can often be found in a '51 blue Olds-
mobile in North Hadley. "Gee Whiz" is her favorite ex-
pression, and she can't stand lady wrestlers. Next year
she plans to attend Northampton Commercial College or
go into training to be a nurse.
An important addition to our musical organizations, Cyril joined
our class in her junior year. lf she isn't singing for school or outside
activities, Cyril can be found ice skating, which is her favorite sport.
She plans to attend the University of Massachugettg,
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"How about that?", says ludie.
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ite food, a good, hot Italian
grinder. She can usually be found
at the Town House. Iudie, who
is undecided about her future,
definitely dislikes homework.
Dorothy M. Waskiewicz
pep Club 1, 2, 3, Tri-s 1, 2, 3, cmphic
3, Pro Merito 3, Basketball l, 2, 3,
When you see Dotty, we won-
der what you notice first-her
tantalizing dimples or her unusual
olive complexion. Dotty's chief
claim to fame is that she is the
only member of our class to have
had perfect attendance for all
twelve years. Does this mean she
will never miss roll call when she
joins the Armed Services?
Elizabeth L. Welcome
QWiI'EGLfe3f1:3?2F35PlPhiC 2: DYGHIGUC Club lp Basketball Manager l, 2, 3, Softball
BGUYI WhO6G'1'1lOYS living, likes to sit in Shumway's and eat
hot ,ClOQS Cmd Clflflk COllfeS. She hates people "who talk when some-
one else has the floor. Betty plans to train at Westfield for nursing.
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David H. Wentworth
Dave is a quiet boy who comes from South Amherst.
He can usually be found in Shum's. He is interested in
farming and plans to go to Stockbridge School next year,
Student Council 2, Tri-S 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Goldbug 3, Pro Merito 2, Sec.-
Treas. 3, Class Play 2.
Martha, our trans-continental traveler, has been fortunate
enough to attend school in California as well as in Amherst, Ice
skating and acting are her favorite hobbies. Since Martha has been
the collector of innumerable A's, she should find college very en-
Iohn A. Wertz .,
aoidbug co-Editor 3, Pro Memo 2, 3,
Operetta 2, Class Play 2, Track 2, 3,
Big, forceful lack is greatly in- WL iij? fiit, ,
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pearance of a sergeant, he likes
to roar out comments. A hard-
Working student, he was a repre-
sentative at Boys' State. Hle plans
to attend college next year.
Rita Helen Williams
Tri-s 1, 2, 3, sofibgii 2.
One of our most enthusiastic
Driver-Ed. graduates is Rita, who
comes from lJeverett. Working in
one of our local stores and baby-
sitting occupy much of Bita's
spare time. Whether Bita chooses
nursing or college, we Wish her
luck in her future career.
H. F. Williams
Chokski. lt's Bill, veteran of both the Army and the Navy, who
played three years of football, basketball, and baseball at ' l-lamp
High, in addition to playing baseball for House of David. Bill likes
pizza and woodworking, dislikes egoism. He.plC1r1S to Work for
American Tel. and Tel.
Projectionist Club l, 2, 3.
Iosephine N. Wysoclci
Pro Merito 2, 3.
Io can be heard exclaiming "Iingles". She likes to ride horses
and she also likes to ride with her brothers in their plane. Io
dislikes h k-b ' '
1 omewor ut youd never know it. She can be found
either at home or working in the fields. Her future plans include
Anthony L. Wysk
"Wow", Tony exclairns as he digs into some pizza.
Hunting and fishing take up much of his time. "Girls"
are his pet peeve and he is a habitue of Devils Para- i
dise. His future plans are to go into drafting.
Donald I. Ziclik
Projectionist Club l, 2, Vice President 35
Don comes to Amherst High
every day from Sunderland. He
likes to dance and can be found
at the Hatfield Barn. Next year
Don plans to join the Air Force.
Michael Sullivan secretary-treasurer' Charles Chase ' '
. ' I . . preside t: A t F h l. '
president: Donald S. Lacroix, adviser. n ugus Q is e vice
THE Class of '56, consisting of lU5 members, the last class to grad-
uate from Amherst l-ligh School, has been outstanding in its business enter-
prise and initiative since it was able to raise most of the money for this
book by the middle of the year. This was accomplished through such fund
raising activities as paper drives' and dances, a class play, foodsale, tal-
ent show, and a skating party.
The class has been active in many outside activities, including sports,
cheerleading, music, and dramatics. The band, cheerleaders, and majorettes
have participated in several outside contests, and the class has been rep-
resented at Boys' and Girls' State and Student Government Day. With
the plans of future activity already formulated by many members of the
class, it may be confidently expected that in the years ahead the group will
distinguish itself in various Walks of life.
Co-Editors-in-Chief S. Smith, I. Wertz
Faculty Editor S. ElY ,
' 1 Edt I, Erit, B. Handrich,
Semorc GSS 1 OTS D. Rowell, D. Rozman
Classes Editors I. COL1CQ1'1, M- TeSSieT
Music Editor M. Wh1tneY . .
Clubs Editors M. Hanson, M.He1d.r1ch
Sports Editors l- CFOWIGY, M- Horr,
I. Knightly, E. Welcome
Features and Art N. Avery, C. Britt, A.
Fishel, H. Iackson, C.
Business Managers E. Becker, P. Mannheim
Business Staff C. Chase, B. Fishel
E. Hubbard, I. Lake,
E. Pratt, L. Nanartonis,
B. Roberts, I. Stein-
metz, I. Thornton
Typists M. Adams, M. Aldrich
P. Boynton, M. Cooke
S, Smith, I. Wertz, co-editors: Miss Furgeson, adviser.
This year's Goldbug was a spring publication. The editorial and business staffs Worked
under adverse conditio h ' ' ' ' I ' '
ns, avmg no room in the school in which to lay out their material.
However, Working at high
speed and carrying their copy
and pictures with them, the
seniors turned out a fine pub-
lication. The staff was faithful
in adhering to the deadline
schedule. This year was also
a red letter year in the history
of Goldbug publication. For
the first time the printing and
picture Work were done by
local firms, Hamilton I. Newell,
printer, and Mitchell S. Koldy,
B. Becker, P. Mannheim, co-busi.
First row: M. Cooke, P. Boynton. Sec-
ond row: M. Adams, M. Aldrich.
Fifi! row: I. Erit, B. Handrich, I. Couch
M. Tessier, S. Ely, C. Glazier, A. Fish
el, N. Avery, E. Welcome. Second row
I. Knightly, M. Hanson, R. Crowley
D. Rowell, D. Rozman, M. Heidrich
S. Strange, C. Briit.
First row: I. Thornton, L. Nanartonis,
I. Steinmetz, E. Hubbard. Second row:
R. Fishel, C. Chase, B. Roberts.
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First row. S. Varley, C. DGBOIS, I. Markert, N. Bell, I. Domina, N. Rodzweil, I. Kentfield, L. Neet, L.
Page, P. Lashway. Second row: I. Martin, P. Peterson, L. Gabaree, B. Powers, I. Zidik, M. Warren, S.
Hurston, M. Fuller, L. Wilson. Third row: R. Henry, R. Chaffee, E. Field, P. Burke, H. Ingram, F. Iacque, I. P.
Madden, R. Waskiewicz. Fourth row: R. Owen, S. Keegan, S, Fellers, I. Webb, R. Bennett, C. LaVa11e, R. Pa-
trick, C. Roys. Missing: E. Booth, K. Goodhind, W. Handrich, I. Kosloski, R. Raskevitz.
CLASS of '57
Miss Fillmore, adviser, I. Kentfield, vice pre.,
B. Holcomb, sec.-treasg R. Waskiewicz, prec.
First row: V. Loven, L. Greene, M. Rockwell, I. Stockwell, A. White, M. Corey, C. Keegan, B. Birge
B. Bielunis, C. Ellis. Second row: B. Iulian, H. Clark, T. Mand, E. Iohnson, M. Wilson, I. Helming, S. McCon:
nell, A. McCune, M. Wentworth, I. Thacher, L. Ward. Third row: H. Kirley, W. Shaw, I. Langford, D
Woodard, C. Hostord, S. Iohnson, R. Holcomb, I. A. Madden. Fourth row: R. Telega, M. Aldrich, R. Lashway
R. Brown, L. Lashway, E. Vendeete, D. Truesdell. Missing: D. Reynolds, R. Sacco, I. Telega, S. Thornton
Quality, not quantity, say the juniors, who number eighty-three and
make up the smallest class in AHS.
Next year's future depends largely on this small group ot hustlers who
spent this year continuing the record begun when they entered as freshmen.
Hard working students got their names on the Honor Roll. Boys and girls in-
terested in sports turned out taithtully and were rewarded with positions on
the tirst strings. A large number ot the class iound their interest in drama-
tics spurred on by the junior play. Plenty ot school spirit characterized the
'57ers, who led in support ot the cheerleaders and the Pep Club.
Curtain Going Up was a striking success both dramatically and tinan-
cially, netting the class approximately one hundred dollars. The traditional
cake auction added another eighty dollars, and the treasury was further
swelled by the proceeds from a spring paper drive.
The juniors pioneered in the sponsoring ot a tall street dance, a big suc-
cess irom the standpoint ot enthusiastic participation.
The Senior Reception proved the high point ot the year. The dance was
proot oi the ingenuity and artistry ot the juniors who outdid themselves in
honor oi their departing friends.
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First row: E. Daniels, E. Shumway, W. Allen, E. Peterson, D. Mitchell, I. Grandonico, P. Thorpe, W. Nel-
son, R. Berglund, K. Clark, T. Patrick. Second row: D. Sullivan, M. Thornton, B. Waskiewicz, G. Cashdollar,
M. Lapham, K. Beck, I. Conklin, S. Dickinson, R. Holloway, R. Gamble, M. Wang, C. Shea, B. Colburn, P.
Cleveland. Third row: I. Tuttle, D. Moran, S. Ashley, P. Ruder, D. Schoonrnaker, M. Atkins. Fourth row:
L. Woodard, P. Lozoski, I. Hankinson, P. Iohnson, H. Rule. Fifth row: M. Tenney, G. Reed, K, Doktor, B.
Glaszcz. Sixth row: G. Barber, R. Gass, M. Prescott, E. Allis. Seventh row: C. Newton, G. Critchfield. Eighth
row: S. Parsons, H. Seiling, D. Woodside, M. Weaver, M. Basara, I. Kirley. Ninth row: A. Mack, G. Clark,
Ft. Gray, P. Ostrowski, C. Auclair, R. Sheppard, B. Whitcomb. Tenth row: W. Perry, R, Bunn, I. Hannigan,
E. Brace, I. Perry, I. Thornton, I. Thorndike.
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R Berglund, pres., K. Beck, vice pres:
B. Holloway, sec
First row: I. Cooke, D. Malinoski, R. Carson, R. Cheney, B. Cole, M. Begos, L. Russell, I. Kieras. Second
row: E. Fish, E. Stockwell, I. Germain, D. Blasko, L. Scott, L. Fishel, E. Ames, I. Witherell, H. Fydenkevez
E. Dziekanowski D Sicop Third row' Ci Lalilamrne M Heath A Ely S Allen B Iarvis C Garxe V Tid-
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lund, B. Fifield, I. Helrning, M. Davis. Fourth row: M. Marston, L. Van Wert, R. l-lart, M. Kapinos, P.. Keedy,
C. Ward. Fifth row: B. Pray, I. Paige, I. Marco. Sixth row: I. Suprenant, E. Wentworth. Seventh row: R. He-
bert, D. Owen, I. Goodell. Eighth row: I. Swenson, W. Casey, G. Capen, E. Kamensky.
Every year finds a new class entering the doors of Amherst High. Every
year the members of this class with some fear and trepidation, but with
greater hope and anticipation begin this new stage of learning and grow-
ing up. The Class of '58, one hundred. and seven strong, made a good
start by placing a number of its group on honor roll. Many of the boys
turned out for football and made the first string. Basketball, baseball, an.d
track found an equally large number participating. The girls too found plac-
es on the basketball and softball teams. A keen interest in dramatics was
displayed by both sexes, predicting a successful future for Al-l.S. plays.
Among the several activities of the class were the l-larvest Festival held
on November l8th and the joint sponsoring of the Sadie Hawkins dance on
February l8th. The former was the first dance of the year and one of the
most successful, netting the class a small profit to be applied to the financing
of the yearbook in the senior year.
ln. the course of the year the lrosli picked up twelve new members,
SWQIIIDQ IIS IQICII IQ QI1.-Cf Iquyidrgd and nineteen and making it the largest Class
'Watch the Class of Twill lt is going places.
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valuable organization this year, under the
direction of Tom Sullivan. They have iaith-
tully attended all our basketball games,
adding tremendously to the school spirit.
Pictured above on the leit are:
First row: P. Burke, E. Wentworth, A. Fishel, I.
Madden, I. Thacher, Second row: P. Newton, R.
Carson, D. Goodell, R. Woodside, H. Seiling, Third
row: G. Richardson, I. Goodell, K. Kucinski, B. Cole,
Missing: G. Barber. On the right is T. Sullivan, di-
The majorettes have done some fine
twirling and marching this year at the
home football and basketball games, as
well as leading the band in the Memorial
Day Parade. They also represented our
school in a tournament at Ware during
February. The majorettes from lett to right
S. Ely, captain, S. Hurston, second lieutenant,
B. Waskiewicz, corps, K. Goodhind, second lieuten-
ant, C. Garvey, corps, D. Roys, first lieutenant,
E. Hubard, drum majorette.
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First row: R. Holloway, P. Iohnson, A. Ely, L. Neet, G. Cashdollar,
M. Wang, G, LaFlamme, H. Rule, E. Wentworth. Second row: S.
Hurston, N. Bell, T. Mand, E. Iohnson, I. Cowieson, H.'Clark, M.
Wilson, K. Beck, I. Lake, A. McCune, E. Hubbard. Third row: R.
The high school chorus, under the
fine direction of Mr. Schuler, really
made progress this year. They first
showed the rest of the school the re-
sult at their work in the Christmas
assembly. Something new this year
was their appearance in joint con-
certs with Orange, Athol, and Turn.
ers Falls. Some of the members ot
the chorus attended the All-State
Chorus Festival, and the whole
chorus took part in the annual Am-
herst schools' Spring Festival. Their
last appearance was at graduation.
Enough ot the members were
underclassmen so that there should
be another fine chorus next year.
Woodside, P. Newton, H. Seiling, D. Goodell, I. Langford, P. Burke,
T. Sullivan, R. Gass, Mr. Schuler.
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new addition to our school's
musical program, has provid-
ed some real close harmony
this year. Their first appear-
ances were at high school and
junior high assemblies. Th-SY
also sang tor the Senior Class
Variety Show and the Spring
B. Holloway, N. Bell, S. Hurston,
T. Mand, L. Neet, K. Beck, I. Thach-
er. A. McCune.
Pro Merito has done much to encourage
students to improve on their studies. At the
end of each term they held meetings that
were open to honor roll students. Outstand-
ing speakers lectured on subjects of general
interest. Above on the lett are:
First row: S. Smith, D. Waskiewicz, I. Wysocki,
S. Bunn, B. Becker, M. Whitney, B. Handrich, M
Hanson. Second row: I. Cooley, D. Rowell, D. Perry,
I. Wertz, M. Adams, D. Bozman. Missing: M. Gard-
ner, and on the right are M. Whitney, sec.-treas:
D. Perry, vice pres., Mr. Oliver, adviser, S. Smith,
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draw formed the new Biological Artists As-
sociation this year. They turned their talents
into making charts and drawings which will
be used in future biology classes. ln Ianu-
ary, March, and May the club exhibited its
work on the walls of the first floor corridor.
Below on the lett are:
K. Beck, co-chairman, Mr. Lacroix, adviser,
K. Doktor, chairman. Missing: D. Sullivan, secre-
tary and on the right, seated: B. Hart, P. Keedy
G. Cashdollar, K. Beck, M. Wang. First row: I. Ely
R. Halloway, C. Garvey, E. Fish, L. Fishel, P. Iohn-
son, E. Wentworth, K. Doktor. Second row: I. Kirley,
I. Boynton, L. Van Wert, M. Davis, M. Atkins
D. Moran, G. Barber.
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First row: P. Ruder, I. Dornina, S. McConnell, L. Pishel, E. Wentworth, P. Iohnson, L. Van Wert, F. I. Lake
R. Gamble, I. Marco. Second row: C. Shea, M. Wang, C. DuBois, G. Cashdollar, I. Conklin, I. Hankinson
P. Peterson, M. Marston, I. Cowieson, I. Paige, I. Woodard, R. Holloway, L. Scott. Third row: T. Patrick, G
Crichlield, S. Iohnson, B. Fitield, R. Gray, G. Barber, R. Gass, R. Woodside.
t to right: L. Fishel, V. chairman, I. Domina, chairman- E.
Wentworth, ass't. to adviser, Mr. Burack, adviser, P. Ruder, treas,
S. McConnell, ass't. to adv' ' ' ' -
ing: R. Holloway, historian.
iser, P. Iohnson, sec,-librarian. Miss-
The Drama Club, organized
this year under the direction of
Mr. Burack, had a very suc-
cesstul year. The club was di-
vided into tour groups, each
group presented a one act
play. One ot the highlights of
the year was a trip to New
York in February to see aplay.
Several Drama Club members
also participated in the junior
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Seated: S. Hurston, assistant editor, S. Bunn, Gd1lOT- Sidndmg. Mr, Crouse, adviser, 6
L. Page, I. Crowley, L. Wilson, M. Sullivflifl-
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The Graphic, school newspaper, became
an entirely new publication this year with
a change in size, format, and print. Under
the advisership ot Mr. Crouse, a new statt
sparked by Sue Bunn, editor, turned out
eight issues of the tour page monthly. As a
separate sheet, disassociated from the local
town paper, the Graphic met with greater
success as a school organ ot teen-a e h
mor and opinion. News, sports, humor, and
teatures made up every iSSL19-
Local advertising helped furnish 'Ihre
tunds necessary tor priming Costs- In addy
tion the Proceeds from the Alumni Qflmef
sponsored by Thi? Gfflphicf added to the
treasury. Statt members sold retreshrnems
at all home basketball games to 1'-flfiike up
the required total.
The Graphic reached a circulation Of 200'
a record tor AHS.
N R dzwell, P. Loshwcry, H. Icxckson, S. Smmth. Second
First row: A. McCur1e, B. Ames, S. Ely, M. Wang, . 0
row: D. Farrar, S. Iohnson, S. Allen, K. Beck, I, Kentlield, M. Heidrich, T. Sullivan, P. Mclrmheim.
Knighfly, el. Slonding: S. Holden, D, Wclekiewicz,
mu, IJ, Pm'-f, L. llymcriems.
First row W lNelson D Moran E Kamensky L Graves W Perry. Second row: D, Sullivan, R. Gray,
W Casey W Avery L Miazga F Iacque R Fish l Third row I Swenson, P. Ostrowski, R. Shepard, y
C Auclair C Chase A Wysk D Zidik Fourth row H Fydenkevez I. Thorndike, D. Shepard, H. lngram,
The Projectionist Club, Am-
herst's most active service
club, consists of a group of
hard working boys who take
care of the visual aids depart-
ment for the entire Amherst-
Pelham school system. They
are responsible for the operat-
ing of all the projectors, micro-
phones, and other equipment
during classes and assemblies.
When not busy showing mov-
ies, the boys can be found
training thfe newer members ot
I. Matysiewicz, pres., C. Chase,
sec.-treas., D. Zidik, vice pres., L.
Miazga, pro. master, Mr. Swift, ad-
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First row: C. Glazier, I. Couch, L. Nanartonis, I. Knightly, M Wentworth M. Heidrich C Ward M Ka in
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B. Colburn, S. Allen, L. Scott, L. Fishel, M. Wang, G. Cashdollar, E. Fish, B. Bielunis, I. Thacher R- Hallo-
way, I. Markert, I. Domina, S. Varley. Second row: E. Stockwell, H. Rule D Perry A White Pit
S. Hurston, M. Fuller, I. Kenttield, M. Marston, P. Keedy, B. Iantz, E. Wentworth Bl Ames Al McCe ersolrg
Beck, M. Atkins, C. DuBois, H. Clark, L. Neet, T. Mand. Third row: N. Avery, Bi Iulian Wilson ugell, I
Flarnme, P. Lozoski, L. Page, N. Roclzwell, I. Paige, I. Woodard, I. Conklin, R. Hart cl Shea P Ruder 2.
Witherell, D. Blasko, B. Glaszcz, D. Waskiewicz, L. Stockwell, S. Holden, L. Van Wert' B I ,Pray Foulrtli
row: R. O'Brien, M. Corey, B. Powers, I. Martin, P. Cleveland, B. Whitcomb, M. Basaral I. .Erit R Ggmble
M. Whitney, E. Becker, E. Welcome, M. Hanson, B. Handrich, D. Roys, I. Drake, C. Britt,'M. Tessier, E. Pratt!
I. Steinmetz. Fifth row: I. Lake, E. Iohnson, S. McConnell, C. Ellis, R. Williams S. Strange I Thornton
M. Aldrich, R. Hebert, I. Suprenant, M. Prescott, M. Latham, D. Owen, I. Marco, B, Wgskiewicz M- Thornton
M. Weaver, L. Woodard, I. Hankinson, P. Iohnson, M. Heath.
Tri-S, the largest club in school, is famous for its an-
nual initiation day. This year was no exception. Month-
ly meetings found members engaged in social and serv-
ice activities. The Sweetheart's Ball at Christmas marked
the peak ot the former and the tood baskets at Thanks-
giving headed the service list.
Pep Club is an organization to boost school spirit. It
provided a bus to all the away games tor a very reason-
able tee. This year the club featured maroon and white
First row: L. Stockwell, S. Holden, D. Waskiewicz, E.
Searle, A. Fishel, C. Chase, B. Roberts, D. BOYS, L- Fi,ShGl,
R. Hart, P. Keecly. Second row: B. I-landrich, I. Erit, I. Stock-
well, A. White, 'M. Wilson, N. Riodzwell, I. Kentfield, L. Page,
P. Lashway, M. Fuller, S. Hurston. Third Row: S. Allen, I.
Marco, K. Beck, G. Cashdollar, M. Wang, C. Shed, B. AITIGS,
S. Bunn, S. Ely, E. Pratt, I. Steinmetz, L. Neet, Fourth :ow
B. Becker, M. Hanson, R. Gamble, P. Ruder, R. WilliCrmS
M. Aldrich, M. Adams, D. Blasko, M. Thornton, M. Prescott.
Fifth row: I. Cowieson, S. Strange, I. Drake, l. Withefeu
D. Owen, I. Suprenant, B. Waskiewicz, M. Cooke, P. Boyn
First row: P. Lashway, vice
pres., S, Bunn, pres., C. Gar-
vey, sec., N. Bell, treas., L.
Wilson, song leader. Second
row: A. Fishel, co-pro. chair-
man, Miss Lawson and Miss
Iohnson, advisers, S. Smith,
Miss Lawson, adviser, A. McCune, vice
pres., S. Smith, pres., L. Wilson, sec.
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Avery, G. Cashdollar, M. Wang, C. Shea, P. Ruder, I. Conklin, R. Gamble, I. Domina, I. Thatcher, S. Var-
ley, S. Iohnson, G. Crichfield, G. Barber, R. Gass. Third row: I. Osgood, D. Rowell, R. Fishel, I. P. Madden
K. Clark, C. Chase, B. Roberts, -T. Sullivan, I. Cooley, H. Sieling, D. Woodard, E. Field, P. Burke. Miss-
ing: A. McCune, T. Burnett.
OUTIN G CLUB
Ii you don't like to ski, skate, swim, hike,
or camp out, you should stay out of the way
of the Outing Club. They started the year
with a weekend trip to Lake Sunapee. The
Winter's activities includ'ed a three day ski
trip to Stowe, Vermont, several outings to
nearby ski areas, and several skating pair-
ties. To close a successful year of outdoor
antics the Outing Club went on a camping
trip in New York State, which included a
visit to Wlest Point Academy.
First row: D. Perry, vice pres., P. Mannheim,
treas. Second row: S. Smith, pres., M. Hanson, sec.,
Miss Lawson, adviser.
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-Robert Louis Stevenson
With only one starter returning, Coach lOl11'l
McDonough had a rebuilding problem this
year. He was handicapped all year with an
undermanned sguad. lnjurifes to key players
throughout the season were climaxed in the
final game as only fifteen members were on
The team started slowly, due largely to in-
experience, came along fast, and closed out
the season with three Well played games.
The bulk of the work fell on the freshmen
until the final three games when the addition
of three seniors, Morgan Horr, lim Bias, and
toe Matysiewicz helped spark the team to fin-
ish out strongly,
Coaches McDonough and lohnston can
look forward to a successful year next fall as
ten seasoned veterans are returning.
Northampton l2 U
Enfield l3 5
Orange 30 U
South Hadley 34 0
Ware 20 U
Murdock 34 7
Ludlow 2 13
Arms Academy Q U
Williamstown l2 12
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VARSITY BASKETBALL C... Col., Bias
This season's basketball squad, after starting off and running through their independ-
ent contests with five wins and one loss, finished the season on a sour note in the Hamp-
shire League, winning only three and losing eleven times. Theuoverall record turned in was
eight wins and twelve losses. Seven. of these losses were within seven points and easily
Belchertown 32 58
Williamstown 36 45
West Springfield 32 33
Ludlow 31 28
Turners Falls 28 46
St. Michael's 34 33
Smith School 28 46
Hopkins Acad. 60 36
Smith Academy 48 29
Deerfield 44 39
South Hadley 61 46
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Smith School 45 44
Hopkins Acad. 77 28
Smith Academy 63 60
Deerfield 55 59
South Hadley 83 31
could have been games that would have gone one
way or the other.
With only one regular back, thle squad did no
worse than could have been expected with the lack
In the first half of the year the starters consisted
of seniors: in fact, the first seven games were started
by seniors. Then Dave Malinoski, freshman, broke in-
to the starting lineup. For the finals against South
Hadley, Coach McDonough started three underclass-
Seniors on the varsity were Captain Iim Bias, Lou
Miazga, Morgan Horr, Randy Crowley, Iohn Dzuiba,
Bill Banks, Bill Iacque, Paul Mannheim and Ion Os-
good. Managers were Mike Sullivan and Bob Fishel.
First row: K. Clark, R: Bunn, V. Tidlund, H. Fydenkevez,
D. Sikop, I. P, Madden. Back row: Coach Iohnston, R. Carson,
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Amherst High Hurricanes found support
and praise from their seven Varsity and five
Iunior Varsity cheerleaders throughout their
football and not too successful basketball
season. During the basketball season the
boys played hard and lost many close and
exciting games to some of the better schools
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cheerleaders were honored by being invit-
ed again to the Annual Deerfield Cheering
Tournament at the Veterans Memorial
Gymnasium in South Deerfield. Although
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competition such as Greenfield, Turners
Falls, and Arms Academy, they returned
home with a beautiful third prize trophy.
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ers both spent a great deal of time and ef-
fort to turn out a good, strong cheering sec-
tion to support our Amherst High Hurricane
team for another year.
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new season, and
As the javelin, discus, and shotput are taken out for the
spiked shoes are readied to grip the cinders firmly, the fleet-footed, strong-
armed Setliares Trackmen assemble for action. Prospects look favorable for a
successful year, as the team is strong in many areas, especially in the mile
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R. Crowley, R. Patrick, I. Bias.
As defending champions of the Hamp-
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Losing five regulars is a blow to any
small high school basketball team, but it is
expected that capable reserves from last
year, plus a number of freshman hopefuls
will be able to take up the slack.
Returning starters are Randy Crowley for
his third season and Iim Bias, Iohn Dziuba,
and Chuck Roys for their second years. Also
returning will be Ion Osgood, Dan Truesdell,
Dick Bennett, and R. K. Patrick.
A six game independent slate has been
scheduled in addition to the ten game
Hampshire League 'card.
The cross country team, created this year
under the direction of Mr. Sethares, was
faced with tough competition in its three
meets. Since no public school in this area
had a team, the Amherst seven were to con-
tend against Deerfield Academy, Mount
Hermon, and the Amherst College Fresh-
men. Endurance, speed, and enthusiasm led
to an outstanding victory at Deerfield, al-
though Amherst casualties and strong op-
ponents led to defeat on the two successive
B. Roberts, S. Iohnson, D. Moran, R. Bunn, D. Rozrnan, R. Carson.
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Absent from picture M. Aldrich, R. O'Brien, A. Fishel, B, Welcome, M, Adams.
There is never a large number of girls interested in playing softball, so
that all girls Who turn out for the team usually make it. Last year's veter-
ans plus the hoped for recruits from the freshman class will proyide Coach
Lawson with a Well equipped team. The ten game series, which will be
played with South Deerfield, Arms Academy, Greenfield, Northampton, and
Orange, will begin May 8.
First row. I Knighily D, Perry, P. Ostrowski, D. Waskiewicz. Second row: R. O'Brien, I. Domina, C. Kee-
gan K Goodhind. Third row: A. Fishel, N. Rodzwell, M. Hanson, M. Aldrich, E. Becker, S. Holden. FOI-11111
rowi M. Adams, I. Drake, managers, Miss Lawson, coach, E. Welcome, manager, S. Smith.
Beginning the season with a loss to
Greenfield, the girls went on to finish their
year with eight wins out of the ten games
played, losing again to the Greenfield sex-
tette. With eleven girls leaving in Iune, the
'56-'57 Varsity will have a nucleus of five
girls on which to build its team
lt will also have a choice not the best
players from the undefeated lunior Varsity
First row: I. Kentfield, B. Colburn, K. Beck, C. Garvey, D. Owen, P. Peterson, S. Allen, L. Neel. Second
row: N. Bell, manager, C. Ward, D. Balasko, B. lantz, M. Wentworth, K. Doktor, B. Waskiewicz, A. Mc-
Cune, E. Fish, manager, Miss Lawson.
The Girl's lunior Varsity basketball team
had an undeteated season this year. The
treshmen had not only an abundance of
spirit, but also an abundance of skill. Led
bythe experiencedjuniors, the team played
a hard, last game. Prospects for the 55- 57
season are good as the incoming freshman
class includes many excellent players.
Henry Adams Company, DfUQQiSlS I
Cliff Allen . ,
American International College, Spflngfleld
Amherst Apple Cold Storage, IHC.
Amherst Boiler Equipment Trust I
Amherst Branch Northampton Co-Operahve
Amherst Cleansers and Dyers
Amherst Creamery Co.
Amherst Farmers Supply Co.
Amherst Garage Co., Inc.
Amherst Golf Club
Amherst Grain and Coal Co. I
Amherst Iournal Record ,
Amherst Laundry I
Amherst Oil Co. I
Amherst Savings Bank I
Amherst Taxi gi
Amherst Theater D-
R. L. Bates, North Amherst if.
Baucom's Text Books I
Beauty Bar Hair Stylists M
Beck's Barn, Square Dancing
Ben's Service Station, Sunderland if
Blair and Cutting, Insurance Agency :gl
Bolles Shoe 'Store 53
Bruce G. Brown '
Robert S. Brown, Insurance and Real Estate Ni:
Brown's Linen Shop Ola
Gerald Bundy, Trucker i '1-
Burnett and Nash I K '
Carrol, Verge CS Whipple, Building Contractors, I
Chapman Beauty Shop , f
Dr. R. Sheldon Clapp --
C F Clark Sunderland
College Auto Sales ci Service
College Drug Store
College Shoe Repair
College Town Service Center
Compliments of a Friend fBlackwelll
Compliments of a Friend CDr Ruderl
George F Cramer Ir
Douglass Funeral Service
Drake s Hotel
Dr Stephenl Duval
Elder Iones Lumber Corp
Ernie s Barber Shop
Footit Real Estate
Fultons Ice Cream Co
Dr Robert W Gage
Gazette Branch Office CAnne Whalenl
Gibson Chevrolet Co
Dr Sandra Goding
Grandy s Restaurant
Gribbon s Music House Greenfield
GUQQS Inc Home Furnishings
The Handsome Four
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Kamel Hassen's Barn
A. I. Hastings
Dr. Eugene Holden
Holden Lumber Co.
Horton's Guli Service Station
Dr. C. E. Hynes
lettery Amherst Book Shop
Iosten's Rings, Announcements, and Yearbooks
Dr. Charles E. Ioy
Lashway's Store, North Amherst
Lord lettery lnn
Louis' Foods ln'C.
Iohn Martula, lnsurance
Mathews Shoe Store
Dr. Peter Merzback
Mientka and Ripa Television
Millar's Esso Station
Montgomery's Rose Gardens
Dr. Leo A. 'Moreau
Mutual Plumbing and Heating Co.
Hamilton I. Newell
Gordon F. Nleylon, lnsurance
Nickle Cadmium Battery
Old Deerfield Fertilizer Co., Inc.
The Old Mill
K. L. Osmun, Ieweler
Gwen's Poultry Farm
Paige's Bowling Alley
Patterson's Service Station
Compliments ot Dr. Post
Stephen I. Putter
Quality Fruit Store
Red ci White Super Market, Sunderland
Compliments from Rehorka Shoe Repair
Chas. Robitaille, Master Builder, Leverett
Rowe's Garage, Inc.
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St. Regis Diner
Shumway's Ice Cream Co. i
Skibiski lnsurance Service, Farm Mach1nerY
andXSupplies, So. Deerfield
The Specialty Toys CS Gift Shop
Ralph T. Staab, Inc.
F. M. Thompson 61 Son
V. A4 Tidlund
Town House Retaurant
University Motors, Inc.
House of Walsh
Westcott 6: Son 1
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Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
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