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

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AMHER T REGIO L SCHOOL CO ITTEE Dr. Thomas Sullivan, absent when the group picture was taken, has served fifteen years on the local school committee and was made a member of the reffional com- D mittee upon its organization. In February he was elected to his sixth term. In point oi service, HDoc,' is the oldest member of the committee. The Pa1'tlCiP3li0H in the Cow Girl Basketba Staff remembers HDoc,' for his good natured ll Came spon- sored by the senior class in December. 1 QS? s if 5 Z 9 'xwxim 7517 ,M lairmang Jicture school I com- flected oldest itured Spon- Tlzv 11A1111I1111's of nzy .mul I I nMI.I!c" 11p1'11 In tfz 1' SIIII. .IUHN QLIKICICNIAIQXI-' XYIIITIII lx CULTY K QW Q. ,, RINGSLEH A. PERRY IIL1l'YL'1IAli. HS.. Harvard. L 1 NI.I',d. Principal LB., Harvard Graduate S Chool of Education, "nu xr ELEANOR FILLMORE Guidanceg Assistant Principal University of Massachusetts, B.S. and NLS. 1 tx BETTY FIL Secretary -za--wt!! qrusmnmll- - 3, W, .. , s M11 L P 'milk S vs, Y 55- 'T' Amherst High School Graduate BARBARA VINCENT Office Assistant Amherst High School Graduate Northampton Commercial College tg 1 y , , fr, . N Q-N, .sw be V Si ' s BORIS BURACK English and Speech University of Connecticut, B.A. and M A X. ss. i . IQ A -'vs 'A:rw..v. i 1 ms .. , ,... JW., ai 1, iff. ws. X. si.. v asf. I 4 gg . Q Ms. i R ' X A -iw412,?gagE, N3 LAUREL CROUSE English Boston University, B.A. BETTY JANE DONLEY Latin, German, and Greek Mt. Holyoke, A. B. and MA. DOROTHY FURCESON English Spokane University, B.A. Smith College, MA, 'wiv NI XRII 'X N JOHN sON x.B. NIH fllflm-X mx F "' ,Z "rA1 COII1IIKIC1'll Hwtorx 'md Nhtllematlcs Amcru in Intvrnitlonwl Follegc, BS and X ff' Rx Q' Inu I lrx tl lm xlx 11111 'STX - V bfi .Qi 'L a E . in W . hge' L Q. da 344 1. L:'l5 fake, J , ? V, l., L' 5-if iv tif ' ti, 1, . '95 Q ,L as fl? is .V U 'S :INK 9, L as Q. , ,. in gq. i A . tt 1, , .Q RICHARD JOHNSON Mathematics Emory Unive1'sitY, BA- DONALD S. LACROIX Biology University of Massachusetts, B.S. and M.S. I 5 CLIFFORD N. OLIVER Mathematics and Physics Bates College, A.B. University of Massachusetts, M.Ed ARTHUR L. swim' Chfimis-YYY and Mathematics University of Mass achusetts, B.S. W, ,xg , MARIE RAFFERTY ' fi Art Niassucfililsvtts Sviirml mf ,Xrti BS, in Art Ed. I :mf-rsitvof'Niu--uc'i111sf'tts.Mifci. 'um' .Q imp Xl... .' ",- wifi," XY.. J. CLEMENT SCHULER Music Curtis Institute of Music, BM. liIliVl'I'SiiY uf Nimilrcui. Mus.M MARJORIE DAY Home Economics and Biology University of Massachusetts, BS. X 5 fi I Uniwrsity of Michigan. Mus.M. 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NIAXRN XXlzl3l1 r 4' x SE IORS X fx- ' ",. y,-xx H, W , i A 1 Out if Q 'Gr 19, ' if H. 7' ia CLASS OF Paper llI'lY6' Class Meeting lfreslnnan Nlixer Olcl McDonough Hacl a Farm C Class Nleeting Class Meeting Cowgirl Baske Class Meeting Food Sale Paper Drive C Variety Show tball Team Block 'Dance e,ee Barbecue 3 Class Night C Cracluation Class Picnic C 957 C October CC October October November November December December January March March April 12 and May June June June June STEVEN BRIAN JOHNSON 26 30 27 10 13 1-I 15 23 8 30 13 11 1 12 13 ing Club 2, 3g Graphic 2, 3g Golflbug Co-eclitor 33 Pro Thespian Society 3. Klerito 2. Presiflent 33 Drama Club 2. 33 Blow Your Own Horn: Class Playg Football 3g Baseball 13 Cross Country 2g National As Senior Class prexy, Steve's big problem this year was boost- ing the class bank roll. But he's an ingenious man antl he flifl it. Steve was so busy this year with all his activities and school work that he was not very often founcl hanging out anywhere. except maybe Shumway's. His future plans include college, but he hasn't chosen the lucky one yet. C ea mssyam llonaltl Holcomb. treasurer? Joyce Kentfielfl vice reS.d XWVW s V ,l at Wg? 0 ' T1 KMA, 1 , f Q, ,yy ss 4 Q as - ,tv Z fs f , ,f f il ff its ' ' 2 2 V W W 2 is f 'Z Eg f l Nj! fry ? K QE' as 4 if 55, feb? f f awk! f f ,Q rs Y -r-' , was ,fy as C 7 JSF, Qi! 'X fd Q., wx - f ., . 1 f Q19 X Y i?f" J R fi A fax,-,, .-.,.,.,,,g.f-,,,,1-2 ' N .Z-"Lf".Ev: 12' '. 'L'-Q - f " , as W ,A M1055 'lrfgff' as :Si fs " S5026 0 Q W 7 XM 1 . C Z QE Dj M 0 X f X MM ,A .t,. C.t. C A, Mies, 3 , lr C 1 as 4 . . - . tix Ii lillmore. arlxisw- 1 P 1 CHU Margot Wyfgant, Secre- BROOK ALDRICH B o k . be Eognd oarre tlof Lhe Iquieter members in ouruclass, can usually 6 Owing auel' H1 his spare time and aft th gkamlel can be seen relaxing at Shum's. It will be our losesr ang C aVY S gain when Brook graduates this spring. N BEVERLY BIELLNIS Tr1S 1 2 35 Coldbug 33 Usher 2. Big surprises come in small packages." You might ff' Bev as one of those surprises. Everyone knows her by therwarm smle she wears and her rlen HW being a pest' That s Bev pet pG0V0- tt' .2 1... v-f NANCY JEAN BELL Tri-S 1, 2, 3g Outing Club 3g Coldbug 3' Chorus l 2 3' C' ls' Double Quartet 2, Accompanist for the Boys' Doiuble Duaiiet 2, Class Playg Tri-S All-State Conference 23 Girls' Basketball Manager 2, 3. Nancy Bell is the girl with the beautiful brown hair and bright blue eyes. Cheerful and friendly, she is easy to get along with. Etsaked where she is most likely to be found, Nancy's answer is u . RICHARD L. BENNETT Graphic 3g Rod and Gun Club 3, Football 2, 3g Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2, 35 Westem Massachusetts Baseball Toumament 1. Dick is a fairly quiet classmate, but once he's talking there is no stopping him. He is one of the unusual group that sees nothing to rave about in Elvis Presley. Dick likes, however, sports and hunting, and plans to attend Springfield Colle-ge after he grail- 113165. fer to f' dl' ss to all. Dont lu' Quilt? Uf In Usher 2. av' ROBERT BROWN Football 2. , it . v ' d be among others, the dis- Xil you hear ah so, it coul ,. tinguiiiied Puffer Brown, Esq. He and his bilddya Stevevhllillerfg are usually wgethef and HTC hkell' I0 be Ounbl ang' n than seems that carburetors give Puffer the most trou e 0 H Y g- He is undecided as to his future plans. PETER J. BURKE Outing Club 2, Treasurer 3, Graphic Photographer 3g Goldbug 35 Bandl 2 S d ' , , tu ent Director 3, Pep Band 1, Director 3' Or chestr 1 2 a , , 3, Blow Your Own Horng Class Playg Traclg and field Events lg All-State Band 1. Peter, unlike many members of our class, can usually be found at the Jones Library I wonder why? Perha h ' I . . ps es working to- ward hlS future goal in chemical research ' ' I , or maybe he s Just try- ing to find a book that will tell him why gentlemen prefer blonds. T 'Tx Bob's favorite pastime i BARBARA BIRGE . I lttl to say Her Barbara is one of our quiet blondes who ials 1 ti El is ve is iipeople who scream W CH 95' See V unusualnpct Tenn is her favorite pastime Presley. lces a S ROBERT L. CHAF FEE to go Over to his l 1, s to be with h1s gang Not being able . glr s. house more than once a week IS his pet peeve. His future plans include going to work French Club 3, T '-S 1 2 3. U l . Your Own Horn. rl 1 l l Goldbus 3' Chorus 11 2- 33 Blow Helen is an avid sports fan. She hates the New York Y k One of 1 4 an ees at D in our gasimatlfis from Sunderland, Helen can often be found Q nys ancwic Shop. Helen is planning to go to college, HELEN FRANCES CLARK Q MY RA COREX Student Cou c'l 39 P Cl b 3- T 'R . Q ,. . ketball 1, 2, 3.1 ep U ' fl ' 1' 21 31 C133 Play. BH:- If YOU like to Study buffs and eat banana s lits then ou're 1- U , . . 'p N' 5' sure to tke Myra. If you dont like either of the things listed above, you'll like.her anyway, because she's the kind of person that gets along with everyone. With that big smile of hers sht-'s sure to go far 1n this world. W K 5,f I . 1 1 ' Q f 4 , c . 9 2 ' ' JUDITH F. DOMINA French Club 3, Student Council 1: Tri-S 1. 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, President 3g Graphic 33 Coldbug Co-Editor 33 Pro N11-rito 2, Treasurer 3, Drama Club 2, Class Playg Blow Your 014411 Horn, Basketball 1, 2, 33 Older Girls' Conference lY.W.C..-X.- Tri-SJ lg National Thespian Society. Judy is the possessor of a friendly, winning personality and of a beautiful smile which lights up her face. She is the amazing girl who can and does participate in every school event, works hard for her class, gets top marks, is busy every minute of tht- day, and still seems to be taking it easy. CHARLOTTE A. ULBOIS French Club, President 3: Tri-5 1- 2- 33 C"l'llfU3 31f3'Hl'j 1, 33 Drama Club 23 Class Play: 1335140111311 13 rlmms Zi lm Your Own Horn. Char is quite a French enthusiast and she Planf 10 Ig". lmf interpreting after studying at Mifldlftllllft' Collfigv- Lhar 'ai Tm , ' . x ' , , . , K- s. w er of the most contagious laughs m 5111001 find lf Nl? HWS 'K ML - . . . - - s 1 u ', with tears running: down her clieclxs. rt nu mln r s ie, tu, ,. not crying. 1 AW' E ? LUCILLE W. GREENE LAURA GABAREE lbfafi' Club 33 Pro Merito 2, 33 Coldbug 3- sually be found wo k' ' . uiet and helpful she 15 a good lstuldintlnarfge p,l::l15stL1brary. 9011986 HPF pet peeve is 'homework that d ' T 0 go til oesnt come out right, MARGARET GILBERT Coldbug 3, Library Club, Secretary-Trea urer 3 Pegl is a newcomer. this year to ARHS. She likes to read dance, and go to Pittsfield. She plans to go to the Unner ltw of Massachusetts. KATHLEEN GOODHIND Student Council 3 faltematelg Pep Club 1, 2 Graphic 1, 2, Majorettes 2, 3, Class Playg Ba Drum Majorette Tournament 2, 3. Kitty, the cutest blonde majorette in our cla her sunny disposition and happy smile, which well-liked by all. She may often be seen riding an aqua Cadillac convertible or a blue Mercury. plans on nursing at Westfield Sanatorium. Pep Club l. Lucille is the quiet little senior whose future plan is I0 E10 lf' Hawaii Her favorite pastime is dating. She ean be f0UHfl UPUWU in her free time eating potato chips and drinking eokes. . Rf. WILLIAM RUDOLPH HANDRlCl'l, .l Rod and Gun Club 3. is keeping his CYC OH t e p He l ns to go on to the University of Massachusetts. e p 3 RICHARD HENRY Projectionist Club 1, 2- D' k the boy with the haPDY smile, likes I0 hum amlflfislf' His IC , H . - X' ' t re favorite hangout is a certain place in Montague is u u plans include the Air Force- XWN.,.,a,,, iw s was X as -f f My RONALD HoLcoMB 3 Graphic 3g Goldbug 3g Class Playg Football manager 1 2 3' Class Secretary-Treasurer 1, 2, Treasurer 3. Ronnie is the class dancer. Just ask him to imitate the freshmen dancing, he's an expert at it. Or maybe you'd rather see him as a suave playboy a la Junior Class Play, he can do this too. "SodH" as he is commonly called, seems to fill the bill perfectly as t ' ' e cass comedian. He plans to continue his schooling. CHRISTIAN HOSF ORD T., Outing Club 1 2 3 C 3? Boyystate i 3 faDhiC 3g Coldbug Co-Business Manager If You ever see 3 Pair of legs sticking out f o d car, stop and take a peek You mi ht f' I m un er a pastime it, ' . D Q 1nd Kiki. Since fixing cars is hiS Miuarss' E551 rgfltfurprlslng Ih'21t'Kiki can usually be found at ion. College is in his plans for the future. f - , "Well, I'l1 beldippffdf' you If you hear someone Ificlsqggfnsleasant responsibility nowadiay an bet it will be Bil. hi OSSCSSOT of his class ring. He claims Belchertown Road doing just that h is usually found out Op - fiiifwi 12966 I .1 f SUSAN ELAINE HIQRSTON Student Council 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3- T ZS 1 1, 3, Graphic 1, 2, Editor 33 Coldbug 3,r1Ch0gu5'23T'CQffQPQ CH' Quartet 2, 3, Majorettes 1, 2. Head Majore-me 3'. Clic Y? Drum Majorette Contest 1, 2, 3, ' aj al ' Sue, the slant-eyed "China" irl of ou Q ' Majorette of our squad. She intered oiirclglzisISi1ih?54l:us,dHT,ad added much to our spirit due to her vivaciousnem and ener as Sue plans to enter the University of Massachusetts. W gy' HOUGHTON W. INGRAM Sports Club 1, 2g Rod and Gun Club 3, Basketball I, 2. Houghton, one of the chairmen of our Senior Class Float, is the member of our class who can be found at work at the Lord Jeffery Inn. He is the quiet type, but if someone needs help he is sure to find it in Houghton. He is also one of our outdoor boys who likes hunting and fishing. FRANCIS IACQUE Projectionist Club 2g Football 3, Track 2. The dimpled author of our class is known for his magnificent novel, Adventures of Fearless Fran, which will be published in June. Fran is out hunting when not held down by school. Q ETHEL MARGARET JOHNSON A Pep Club 1, 24 Tri-S 1, 2, 3: Goldbug 32 Dfama Club 34 Chorus 1, 2, Blow Your Own Horn. Pale blonde hair in a boys' cut is Ethel's trademark. Since she - ' 'L ' atient people are her Pet has been working m Shumway Qi Imp school teacher are peeve. College and becoming an elementarb' Ethel's future plans. 'ttf' 3224.5 0 :V ,t L 1 BARBARA ANNE JULIAN t . out at Chorus 24 Student it . Goldbug 3, Drama P p 19 37 Cguncil 3- Hj f triking blondes, Barbara, is 3 Person every' 'l'7':i V s Another one O OUT 't astimes ii' l'kes to be around. In fact, that's one of her favori e p , OIIC 1 - lans to go to college next year. , . friends, Barbara P belng Wlth her at ll 'ef W, , l e CYNTHIA B. KEEGAN Goldbug 3g Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 3' . ' 'le. She is a whiz ' h' h b ight eyCS and 3 flashing Sml - . onctliet lijskelhallrcourt and hard to keep UP With' Wlfh her pleas ing personality she will always be llked- STANLEY KEEGAN Sports Club 3. Have you seen or heard St ' "B ans ig Bertha"? Stan, a real car fan, still has his '39 Chevie too. He likes hunting and can usually be found with Steve Fellers. Stan wants to travel around the country after finishing school. H I S Q H JOYCE KENTFIELD Vice President of class 2, 3, Future Nurses Club 25 Pep Club 2312, 33 TIPS 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 25 Graphic 1, 2, 35 Drama U, , uh 1, 29 Chorus 1, 2g Class Playg Basketball 1, 2, 3. KNOW listenlv Skip has something to say, per usual. If not in x ic ool busy on some committee she may be found at home writing ,r pegsgialihehhasb been one of our most active members and her " Y as een an t 1 . 1 ' Bay Path Junior College alsesnet ytgapur c ass Joyce p ans on entering Pt 'st If W gi . f f WW pf ss HUGH KIRLEY Baseball 25 Hockey 2, Class Play. Hugh is the fellow with th b' h - smile. Being an ardent sportsmian, li? Enggss Ifsgtjind the 'happy HIS favorite hangout is home. Although he likes sdlig Jml? fishing' is Hugh s pet peeve. OO ' Omewofk JOAN KOSLOSKI Future Nurses Club 2g Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Tri-S 3g Chorus 1. Basketball 1, 2g Softball 1, 2. , IM Joni is one of our better sports players, especially in softball. if She likes listening to records or to the jukebox at Shum's. Joni's future plans include nursing. ,Cb F' j.. 'C JoHN LANGFORD Chorus 1, 2, 3. A John is another member of our class who has distinguished himself in the field of music. Every year when AMCOP presents its annual opera, John may be found representing his class and school in the chorus of this production. With such a beautiful voice, John will find success in life, we know. 1 1 2 LEONARD LASHWAY Projectionist Club 1, 2. Lennie likes hard work and does Plemb' 'Of lt- livorlgingnfai his father now, he is planning on own1ng.h1s own urn Cf TV. in the future. When he 1sn't w0TkiUS he enloys the movies or Qs. i PATRICIA A. LASHWAY 'F,,. I C1 b 2, S retary 3, Student Council, Secretary 5 Ffmge 12315551 3 35 TSES 1, Vice President 2, President 3, Z, 2 3, floldbug 3, Class Play, Chorus 25 Basketball 1g I Chi-Srleadersll, Captain 2, 3g Cheerleaders' Contest 1, 2, 3g fd, Tri-Hi-Y Conference 2, 3. 5, y .A Parris is one of our peppiest classmates. This petite future l. nurse is always known for her cheerfulness. Not one who is ' overly crazy about writing itself, she seems to just love writing I letters. Strange situation, isn't it? Patt1e's plans for the future 97 , . include the University of Massachusetts. QL if Ds fi 3 F., , ' ,J 1 w- ith' QP: gr, . 19 s' ai. si ' RICHARD LASHWAY , I Projectionists Club 1, 2. fl I Watch out! Here comes Richard bombing away in his blue '4-1 if ' Ford. His favorite expression, "Burn rubber,', is very appropriate I. for him. After graduation he plans to go into business with his V father. v J CHARLES R. LAVALLE Sports Club 35 Ootball 1, Basketball 2 Chick is another one of o 1 ' - , . UI Cass member h ' ' inchnedl Sports are his manor interest. s w o is athletically VIRGINIA LOVEN PCP Club 1? Chorus 1, 2. . f 0 th ' Eating her favorite fiioglggilers of PUT class, can be found either T1 H June wedding. l p Zza' 01' 111 Easthampton. She's planning Jeanne one f JOHN ANDREW NIADDEN Band 1, 23135-p Bandl 2 3. O h Your Qwn Hom. Senior Talexit 516055231 1' 2, Chorus 1: Bfozt' Music Fegtival 1,,2: AH-State Music Fegtivllf 2Class Play: Tri-State John A. is another talented musician in ou .1 - . . to his musical attributes, John is also intereqerl 9 as" ln aflfllfl'-'U to become an automotive designer, ,'mmhf,rx' irftilgjgsafi and plans lenging career is in store for this member of ourl cllzinssaml Chal- 4nl"" W0 ss . Z f 7 f it JOHN PAUL NIADDEN Sports Club 33 Gutlflg Club 23 Drama Club 3: Class Play. -John' a CelebfilY SUIQQ the 'Junior Class play and an ardent afwl? Carld be found driving hlsqaqua Ford to anyplace that has A SPC? s an coffee frappes. Johns future plans include the State o ice. 'Cl ,f W W1 1 1' 4 am, MJ, .1 A 5. v 3+ if-ge' v 4 .4 NVQ, , ! , - " .3 . , .ivy .gif f, ' TAHT1 MARJE MAND French Club 3g Pep Club 1, 2, 3g Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Graphic 3: Coldbug 3g Pro Merito 2, 33 Chorus 1, 2. 3: Girls' Double Quartet 2, 33 All-State Music Festival 2, 33 Blow Your Own Horn. Tahti is known for her trim appearance and her lovely blonde a eboy Her winning smile and wonderful personalitv will get P g ' - - her just about anything. Tahti's future plans include college. JANE AUGUSTA MARKERT French Club 3g Tri-S 1, 2, 3g Coldbug Co-Business Manager 3, - B sk tball 1. 2. Orchestra 1, 33 Chorus lg Blow Your Own Horn. ag e You're looking at a talented girl whenever you see Jane. Aciiw 'n the school orchestra and on the basketball court, Jam' le 1 another gal with a lot of school spirit. She plans to teach. after she graduates from college. gs , 1114 ROY OWEN Projectionist Club l, Roy "the kid " can be f ' ' d . - Wherever Roy goes, there alssugoesagiosfleigy 'Elma at Shum's. fool around with and fix up. He isn'L 2,1611 .' he 111495 I0 for his favorites are h b - 6 In lb hkcs m ffwd. am urge d to work or go into the Service. rs an Pepsli After School ROY mam LORETTA PAGE Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Tri-S 1, 2, 3, ooldb 3- Cl Q 1 Y- C 1- 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1- ciiier1eadff51p2i3- bipm . meer- mg Tournament 1, 2, 3. l ' ' ' Another of our little Hurricanes, Retta has been an active member of our class. She spent the first half of her Senior year lealtlrnllng how to bop. Retta plans on secretarial work after high sc oo. RHODERIC K. PATRICK Class Play, Football 1, 2, 3g Baseball 1, 2, 3. A R. K., the strong, silent type, is usually found participating in sports. In his free time he is either on 28 Dana Street or any- where, drinking milk by the gallons. R. K. plans on prep school for a year before going to college. PAULINE PETERSON Future Nurses Club 23 Pep Club 1, 2, 32 Tri-5 1' 2, 39 Coldbug 33 Drama 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 33 Pep Band 1, 33 Omhestfa 1' Qli Chorus 1, Blow Your Own Horn, Basketball 1, 2, 33 Softba 1, 25 Western Massachusetts Music Festival 2, National Thesplan Society. Polly can always cheer you up if you need it, find il1Hi'S Wllif' she was a good choice for female comedY lead U1 the mujal "Blow Your Own Horn." Since she is so pippf, Wicifgfgl stand why she gets annoyed at 1360919 who 5 Ol' no ' ' Polly plans to become a secretary. Ilz self , N.. 4 - 1 BEVERLY LOUISE POWERS I Pep Club 35 Tri-S 1, 2, 3, Coldbug 3. 3 f- v is one of our rock and roll enthusiasts. Ask her sometime what her favorite expression "What H jungle bUfmY!" UICHIIS. QQ Northampton Commercial College is where Bev plans to go next it - Q E, A fall. My 1 A s, J j M.. .E wry ' 4 'AAL I-a 'i QP x ,. 1 ' ROBERT J. RASKEVITZ J President of the Rod and Gun Club 3. ' Rasky is a lively individual who can always be seen either driving around in his car or working on it. He says that his pet peeve is "my old red convertible on a cold winter night." He plans on going into the Air Force after graduation. 1 u . MARJORIE CARROL ROCKWELL I Pep Club 32 GOlClbl1g 3, Library 3g Chorus 3 If you ever wo d - - . ' riding horsebackn lslragvhfit Malfgle IS doing, chances are she's out , , - t .g1CS main interest ' she d like to own a riding Stable. IS horses, and someday NANCY ELAINE RODZWELL Future N , 33 Pep 51255 lchgh gi P,Ife?1dent 33 Student Council 1, President 2, 34 Goldbug 3'-15 t FPS 1, 2, 3g Outing Club lg Graphic a M . , rs v 2, 3, Cheerleaders Tournament AflOth61' of of th our PSPPY, blonde ch 1 gradee most popular and b - ee? Saders, Nanc has been one S and excellent athl 'uslesh ,glrls of our class. Her high great Success after s h etlc ablhtl' Show promise for Nanc's C ool. She plans on becomin a nu fi. l 'a 's Vx N wx X is tXXx i ,, I fix ' Q X U , ff. r Q, ' X - XL. A A, ,N fuss- Ms S v saw S W. K s f Q s fs W fs x , Q X f xx! X sk, tt,-.. J.. We ,X 2 x 'X s f 4 f 4 f 4 E iff 'aff,, ,sa fs, , , 'T ,sq l 1, 1, CHARLES NATHAN Rors Fovtball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3g Baseballl 2 3 One of the most popular boys of our class, Chuck has bee an outstanding athlete throughout his high school years Lal: . , S year he received the Williams Award. Chuck 1 X 1 ' the Service and then to college. p ant 0 EG mm ,nv 15 I 1 1 ,pw ROBERT SACCO Sports Club 3. .Bob is another one of our hunters, though he spends most of his spare time working at. Shum's. Earning money to drive 10 Had. ley, Bob? He plans to go into the Air Force. f ffifw Q .,.. , s f Wages- ' ' A w 5Sf?y,yf4qf , 1 5 Pro Merito 2, 3g Band 1, 2, 3g Orchestra 2, 3, Blow Your Own 1 Horng Western Massachusetts Music Festival 2. Bill is another member of our class who is planning his voca- tion in the scientific field. We know he and his briefcase will Z, aw go far in this world and will make many important discoveries in nrjsfsjpsfwx . . this at0m1C age. ROBERT SKRIBISKI Goldbug 3g Class Playg Basketball 1, 3. is Skriby is our Class's tall asset on the basketball court. H . . . . - h t. favorite pastime is hunting and then eating the game he has 5 0 Be careful with Bob because his pei Peeve 15 Wise guys' l ,. ' if . ,Q a af, -. my .,,,o fJ"n-.5 f 5 t PW ti. ,A 1. 5 1 O bf AAA!- 2 1 3 P x STEPHEN l.,ABRlE THORNTQN Rod and Gun Club 35 Baseball 1, Steve is our man of the outdoors ' ' - . - k ' . hunting and has quite a collection ?jE11Z'peY3:ea rilfle, he enJ0y5 through this skill. Forest h ld ' ns e has, g0tten Steve. s TY ou be Just the occupation for DANIEL TRUESDELL Sports Club 2, 3g Projectio ' t C1 b 1. F 1, 2, 3g Track 1, 2, 3g Cross C1oSunt1yu2, 33 Dothan 2, 3' Baseball Danny has received great acclai f th ' has done,as pitcher for the basebzlfll 32ram.eWlli1lehdl1IefuiS Jggf il5li31WHy S, he IS probably hunting. His future plans include the STEPHANIE LUCILLE VARLEY Pep Club 1, Tri-S 1, 2, 3g Graphic 3, Goldbug 3g Blow Your Own Horn, Class Play, Basketball 1, 2, 3g Band 1. Steve, as she is commonly known, certainly does her part to raise the height average of our class. lt is this fact that makes you hope she won't be your guard in basketball. She is another one of those Amherst High Schoolites who is gracing the staff of Hastings' Store and claims that she can usually be found there when wanted. Steve must see some hope in future generations, for she is brave enough to want to be a teacher. EDWARD VENDETTE Sports Club 1. Eddie another of the tall silent boys in our class, thinks the 7 9 . school day is too long. Eddie can most often be found either tinkering with his car or riding around in 1t. He plans on gfllng into the Service after graduation. s Q' i .A r, 4, .J fU""2a . , A 5 , , ta .p V' A :Huw lb' ' l 1 l 3 , i ii- LINDA B. WARD Secretary 3- h erful qpirit She has been an inspiration to many of us am c e - . will be remembered IJY all- Shi' Plans UN f"'ll"!" after !lVfilll121ll0n MARILYN E. WARREN Student Council 1g Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Tri-5 1, 2, TTCHSUYCF 39 Graphic 2, 35 Coldbug 35 Variety Show 1g Class Playg Basket- ball I, 3, Softball 1, 35 Cheerleaders 1, 3. Wow-wow, the girl with the gorgeous, dark, curly hair, is a fun-loving, gregarious, peppy cheerleader. She has been a great addition to the class due to her pep and energy. Wow plans to enter the Air Force after graduation. RICHARD WASKIEWICZ Student Council, Vice President 3' Pro Merito 2, 3g Football 2, 3g Basketball 1, 2, 3g Baseball lg Class President 2. D' lc ' - goof? Sljgrilsrgrlfl ilgleall lof his classmates as a swell friend and a achuseus next year. P ans to attend the University of Mass ROBERT WEBB is anoth b ' , is most likgy fig' 1151 OFT class who llkes to hunt. Around town are the Navy or Trade sdehobllind in -l0e,s Diner. His future plans F nqh Club Vice President 3g Coldbug 34 Pro-Klerito I, 2 re , in is known for her SUIWVIOV iiffiflw- HIIVN' "BVS-N and a ..,, MARY E. WENTWORTH Future Nurses Club 2, T15 1 2. - club 2, C1HSS BSS1?elii:1i Fa 2 31 Tri-Hi-Y Conference 2, National Thespian Socigty o tball 1, 3, Mary, the dairy queen is also one of our good athl t q is the fortunate possessor of that blond, blond hair Ihziitegl ,lie a ways seems to obey orders. You always know M ang F1316 gigglf. When she gets flustered ashle uls,ulailfyfiaEl0Ytgrin a epf-ss, 6' ,you know h tl 3' V rs 0 college. W H mean. Mary plaI1S I0 20 I0 ASHLEY ELOISE WHITE Pep Club 2, 3, Tri-S 1, 2, 3, Coldbug 3, Library Club 3, A cute little gal with a big smile-that's Ashley. Although sheas active and her middle name's "Eloi " ' Q 1 ' N ' live UD to all the pranks of her namesake. ge C I el dm Q n l LUCY L. WILSON Future Nurses Club 1, 2, 3, Sports Club 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Tri-S 1, 2, 3g Graphic 2, 3, Goldbug 3, Chorus 23 Class Play, Softball 2, 3. Lucy is the cute blonde live wire of our class. She combines her dynamic personality and her uninhibited ways with a happy, carefree disposition. Her most outstanding trait 15 her unceasmg if talk. Never a dull moment when Lucy is around. T 1' ,232 f if 4 P 1-Q ' '7 MARCIA GRAHAM WILSON Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Tri-s 1, 2, 3, Goldbug 34 Chorus 1, 2- ' bl de who can often be heard sayin Marcia is a pretty, quiet on u . . H her "I almost died." She plans on entering a Junior co GSC 3 graduation. 1351 . sz 'Al .gg fir .gf 9 ti . in Pi. el l 4' l 1 l r rfgll iff'-If nn. . pgs . xi"u'Ja H. ' 4 I P N 3 of een 'ten J t t E How do things look from there? 1 Z 'Z 9 he calm before the storm! 5 S Mm 'Q vga, gf, .V X4 Zz Z 5 x , ew gn: tw A 'WC., ale 53, f You tell em, Nanc! fx Oh-oh! Someone 5 caught. v K Q- Experzence IS the best teacher ivffeili The quzet Wilson. you L ir Whatcha thinking: ahout. QE tx Wes 2 1, Nancy What ARE y0l1 doing? 4 - 1 , , f ' 1 .. u 5,0 f . Q ' 'H N R. .Q444 W , .M Q e 5 A 39.4 Q K skllh' iwwix Lll .lil Iill' lt'Ql'! QT .2 Iullxinu im-r toiluyl Nlath liome. H1 , i 5 1 Swimming, anyone? fvvwxcvc' ,rw-M"-'f'1':f ""'S3""oX gYY5'1'w?NWW?Y Tfiiwtatzwrg f ' 'QQ f 5 + 1 nfs - X X ww Q XX 'Qi i . .fp - -'-' Q 3WguQs1,f S. X aft ' ' Qu 'Iix -V 'L ,. 'X will in xlimlpl Clfillllrlgl aw.- -M . p ' k',"'!4A A ..-,. J je fi, 3 ii FJ i, 4 5 fi'.!g.f W I.. . . Q .J 'I v I'-if were NYU ,. SVN w K - 1 1. l X ,J '21 ..,, r 5 X 7 e VE VA-X ' -as W M M ,wwf X. Ja gk I AWK-gan W w - . Q - V- wigs "lf: f si S x K fm f Q Vw X S Y x f S fi 1 X Q X ' Q Y X y a w SK XX E X N x g xy X wx Q- 2 ., 4- Q K f ll The giant walks again! X fx F' xyfffr 'c ,, a Z wr K Fig .:q. ,Nw I gn f :fx if XA TY , Franny giving you trouble X N Q X Q tl X R B : lifiacwf S. Aren't we tough? f " ,. ,I . ZS I?-A V 2 f X ig - f , if 1 'f 2 .wg o' 1 . .egg S l l f in Q igifug P if X N e. 1 F ' 'fa ,f M A 31 a 'i ffl 2 M l I 'P , , JN Y, SUC 1 angels. What happened, Joyce. fr 1? 'I !.,,!,5EL V' f i K Vx if " 'io ,QV Nw, 4 X , We Class Clown fro m then till now, .s ,,w,.g,, I R J ' NUI' ll'-virrnfxyx We llmirif' V n I One of the local inhabitanfi 1 S' Va E45 M g K 'i , K r 5 T X KA -1 :tix Q ' 'fi:3' QL W W m x , , -,, . 1 Y - . Fra: up gum! You ' y4Z:'y'4y,q ,V . , 'N 4""" mfr.----. - i as L3 Aren,t we tough? N ,G N e x ,. happened, Joyce? U LV Q ,f mf., ? ! W' A fr a 1 . ' e of the local inhfibifan' But, softf What light tlzmzzglz -YUIIIIVI' Ilfllflflll 1 1 Ill UNDERCLASS M IW? ff 'iffsw Q' ' First row: G. Reed, G. LaFlamme, E. Kamensky, J. Witherell, T. Symonds L Scott E Peterson J. Woodard, G. Capen, P. Cleveland, E. Daniels. Second row: V. Tidlund, J.'Pa e ,RJ Be l d , g , rg un R. Hebert, R. Shepard, E. Allis, H. Fyden, D. Owen, M. Marston. Third row: D. Shepard B Waskiewicz C A l ' M T - , . uc air, . hornton, M. Begos, M. Lapham, J. Grandonico, M. Prescott, J. Perry, J. Good ll. F h ' ' ' e ourt row. Paul Thorpe, L. Fishel, R. Cheney, C. Shea, D. Sullivan, B. Ames, R Bunn, S. Allen, D. Sikop, M. Heath. Fifth row: D. Mitchell, B. Whitcomb, 1. Kieras, L. Woodard J. Swenson, K. Beck, P. Newton, J. Hankinson, J. Lambert, K. Doktor. CD E" he Us Cn O '11 NW ..,,. .1 .sw N- ' ' N .mw..ssss. X i - -sas. rs-ss Q v ff ' , 7 vice r 'd - ' 4 Johnson, adviser. ! Rosanne Holloway, secretary' Robert Ca1'S0I1 p ESI ent, Richard Berglund, president f Thomas Patrick, treasurer, Miss Mar1lYn , ms eterson, rglund, rd, B, Perry, es, R, vdard, N 5 V if f -....... Vik First row: R. Holloway, .5 t I Q 12 . V L .-.V I to 4 . - :" D. Malinoski, A. Ely, T. Patrick, J. Germain R Carson P Lozoski B. Cole, D. Biasko, K. Clark, E. Fish. second row: M. Atkins, cz, Clriblifiaelil, imiinsoii. J Cooke, C. Garvey, W. Nelson, C. Ward, P. Ostrowski, J. Suprenant, E. Shuniway, M. Weaver. Third row' H Rule J Boynton E Stockwell W Allen R C ll F ll . . , . , . , . , . amie. -. race. J. Conklin, J. Hannigan L. Van Wert, H. Sieling, B. Colburn. Fourth row: M. Davis, J. Marco, S. Shaw, B. Claszcz, J Thorndike, P. Keedy, E. Dziekanowski, B. Hart, S. Parsons, E. Pray Fifth row- B Fifi:-lfl E Wentworth, R. Gray, M. Kapinos, S. Ashley, J. Kirley, A. Mack, Bi Jarvis, J. -Tuttle. Missing from picture: J. Britt, W. Casey, J. Helming, B. Jantz, D. Moran, W. Perry, L. Russell, M. Tenney. November 1 1 November 17 November 21 December 14-15 April 27 May 1 May 4 May May 30 June 6 June 15 Booster Day Dance Booster Day Float-Red Hot Class Class Meeting Cake Sale Junior Class Play '4Bertha the Beautiful Typewriter Cir M Paper Drive Class Meeting Dance "Belles and Beauxw Community Fair Booth Class Meeting Class Meeting Senior Prom "Evening in Paris" l i lildnl lil unaitg' ,nu B--51105 :ll .4-caan lU'19::a'. wl'4M""ea1 N T, .4.a1f"'H,'f"Wf13 l,,,,,..qg-:scifi :- QQQHUW' " A- A-Cl'Qv' I fr , an ,qmnnuill4 until' ' it-UW ffflyia W1 iz First row: J. Julian, R. Hatt, S. Lococo, J. Gabaree, B. Moore, J. Webb, B. Ferrigno, R. Holden M. Whitney R McCullough C Stabb Second E , . , . . row: . Rozwenc, E. Bielunis, M. Simpson J Fair: I S. McCune R Wheeler E Hanson D Wl , . , . , . e come, J. Smith. Third row:. L. Goodale, N. Miltimore D. Fuller, C. Holmes, S. Allen, P. Joy, S. Dunbar, G. Goodrich, M. Kaminski. Fourth row: D Urquhart, E. Field, R. Gilbert, L. Mason, A. Putnam, K. Benoit R Rhodes J Allery D Case Fifth row' P Hanni an C S , . , . , . y. . . g , . mith, S. Mather, W. Nanartonis, G. Tyler, A. Smith, K. Warren, P. Jones, N. Jacque, J. Wyman. Sixth row: E. Bieniek, M. Brown, R. Lozoski, L. Cary, R. French, S. Guyott, T. Webber, B. Thorpe, S. Dimock. Seventh row: J. Christenson, L. Janse, B. Mitchell, M. Mushenski, J. DuBois. 2 I CLASS OF 9 9 9 Ucwricler J , 'L ohnston. , -' , Linda Jangg-,TreaSurerfXQlif?f. .liinet Christeng On, S . . . , 1 Iam O Brien, Vice Presideliifretaryi Philip Pauze Presldemi -fi WWF mmm :wma :running Winlmdax bla! ig sl 55 51811-I ,, 1 .. e , I , 1' A' ' is J' M"lfW' ""'F ' '94 it .W if is his the -.-, lar ' . ' f gn.: .... . , ,M 'J " M gi C5 , W 4 ll Q O A . , . if '33 is wird wsu Q mlb . MW vuhlbwwm g:51',,.'? 'Mft' -I' lnuuuwwala Ill li 1-. R. Holden, J. Fair, Jliltimore, wurth row: D, TY, D. Casey. , K. Warren, Y, R. French, B. Mitchell, OF 959 September November February March April First row: C. Field, J. Yegian, D. Southwick, J. Farrar, P. Morin, C. Spindler, P. Lego, B. Iantosca W. Richters, L. Barber, M. Benben. Second row: M. Geryickas, M. Rodzwell, P. Simmons, Moore, N. Cote, C. Peterson, J. Paddock, P. Stosz, K. Watson, F.. Ford. Third row: J. Doherty. L. Tidlund, C. Rogers, S. Wills, P. Beck, J. Whitcomb, R. Maia, N. Cass. Fourth row: P. Loy M. Holden, C. J. Enman, E. Mand, E. Emery, K. Kuzinski, P. French, J. Lumley, M. J. Toy, J Varley. Fifth row: M. Kosloski, D. Lashway, S. Holden, R. Jeffrey, B. Thornton, J. Jacobs, J Wilson, S. Messinger. Sixth row: A. Skribiski, W. O'Brien, N. Neet, G. Pearson, C. Lucas. D. Hanscom, L. Paddock, C. Matuszko, P. Williams, J. Rocasah. Seventh row: M. Fitts, P. Grybko. B. Boicourt, S. Martell, J. Langford. Missing: P. Blasko, J. Calipeau, C. Garvey, F. LaValle, P Pauze, C. Pierce, E. Raskevitz, J. Searle, W. Shumway. Class Meeting Class Meeting Dance 6'Moonlite Mars" Y Class Meeting Dance Slave Day Variety Show L.. P2 if ,I .fv W b?'?'g',i1 s 1 s f..ff'?'i R 43' 17, 8 rx TLS N . 2 : .4-gf K" .wf 1 S 1 e V l" i- " .ar- Tllf' zulffs 1j111'1'f1r111f Il'1.flI lf11'1'1'1111'1'111'1111'11l: Tfzfi 11'ir11l1114's I'l'4fA1l'l'ff'Kl fflvlhl' fllll. XM M. 1 I CTIVITIES First row: J. Christenson, M. Atkins, Dr. Schuler, Director. Second row: .P. Beclt, 133521963 R. Gamble, C. Spindler, B. Colburn, M. Holden, E. Hanson, L. Scott.. Thlrd IOW1 an' B Barber, E. Wentworth, R. Carson, P. Newton. Fourth row: K. Kuzinski, B. Ames, J. m 1 Moore, W. Sh . F' - lf aw ifth row. J. Thacher, J. Tuttle, S. Parsons. December 12 December 19 December 20 December 21 December 21 March 28, 29, 30 May 3 May 16, 17, 18 May 25 June 12 ORCHE TRA Concert for Chamber of Comn1611'CC Concert for Rotary Club Christmas Program Christmas Assembly Tape-recording for WHMP All-State Music Festival Amherst Schools' Spring Festival Tri-State Festival in Tanglewood BOWI Western Massachusetts Music Festival Graduation BLANJRETTES First row: S. Dunbar. C. Carwv I Paddock. Second row: P. Keeclxgltarli ' Ulm? Wasl-ziewicz. lst Lieutenantg K, Coodhind, 2nd Lieutenantg P. Cn-hko Corp-Q HUTSILBH, Leader- ' l . Berk l. llarlert l mv: ll. Gus, l.. .l. Wyman, B' Commerce D estival wood Bowl fc Festival December 12 December 19 December 20 December 21 December 21 BAND Dr. Schuler, Director. First row: R. Carson, E. Wentworth, B. Colburn, Nl. Holtlen, E. Hanson, L. Scott. Sf-vornl row: L. Van Wert, J. Cliriste-nson, l.. Barber. J. Langford, B. Boicourt. P. Newton. Third row: K. Kuzinski, ll. Ames, J. B'yman. B. Moore. Fourth row: J. Thacher, J. Tuttle. F. Parsons, W. Shaw. Concert for Chamber of Commerce Concert for Rotary Club Christmas Program Christmas Assembly Tape-recording for WHNIP All-State Music Festival ming 28, 29, 30 Amherst Schools, Spring Festival 'I Y Tri-State Festival in Tangzlewoocl Bows May 16, 17, 18 Memorial Dav Paracle May 30 ' sr'- , -v'4v-w-v l f 1 I First row: G. LaFlamme, S. LoCoco, B. Ames, J. Martin, M. Rockwell, S. McCune, B. Iantosca, A. Ely, C. DuBois, A. McCune, M. Simpson, C. Spindler, E. Hanson, E. Rozwenc, M. R0dZWCll L. Tidlund, B. Ferrigno, D. Fuller. Second row: L. Goodale, C. Ward, E. Emery, C. J. EIIHIHU N. Cass, M. Brown, J. Hankinson, E. Bieniek, S. Parsons, J. Langford, P. Beck, N. Bell, K- Beck, L. Woodard, L. Barber, M. J. Toy. Third row: H. Clark, J. Julian, S. Martell, J. L8-I1gf0fd, M Fitts, B. Boicourt, T. Mand, P. Crybko, P. French, L. Neet, C. Ellis, E. Wentworth, J. Smlth. CHORUS Concert for Chamber of Commerce Concert for Rotary Club Christmas program Christmas assembly Tape-recording for WHMP All-State Music Festival Amherst Schools' Spring Festival Tri-State Festival in Tanglewood Bowl June 12 Graduation 5 7 December 12 December 19 December 20 December 21 December 21 March 28, 29, 30 May 3 May 16, 17, 18 . '- 1 1 Helen Clark, John Langford, and Tahti Mand ITVCTQ representatives at the All-State Music estival at Smith College on M h 28, 29, and 30. are ...,,,i.f11 X ilcftme, B. lantosca, Yomnc. ll. liodzwell, Emery, C. J. Enman, ti N. Bell. K Becl, -tell. l. Langford, ll. Tl'Z.l.St11lllJ. ' of Commerce lub IHMP nl lg F mgleW00d Bowl and 'if . lj, ,,,, if First row: T. Mand, J. Domina, Treasurer, S. Johnson, Pres- iclentg L. Neet, Vice Presidentg L. Ward, Secretary. Second row: L. Gabaree, C. Ellis, W. Shaw, R. Waskiewicz, S. McCon- nell, N. Rodzwell. .WJ F1fSt row: J. Page, J. Markert, L. Ward, Vice President, C. lliuB01S, Pf6SiClCHt5 J. Thacher, Secretary-Treasurer, M. Heath, 'ElY- Second row: S. McConnell, J. Domina, T. Mand, H- Clark, MISS Johnson, Adviser. PRO MERITO After each k' mar 1 ' . , , held evening meetiriig geirrioilhthi Pm Memo :Omeui - S e iivl I ' ' with all H D .Cl Sciool librarx were .onor Roll students invited. Refreshn - '- prgvld d b Y ,, - V 5 ltllib November January March April May May November 6 December 4- January 15 February 25, 26 March 20 April 17 May 16 C y Mr. Olii er. Films Hr. Merrill on 'Bestsellers' Films Speaker Pro Merito Conference Pro Merito Trip FRENCH CLUB First meeting. election of officers Attended play. "La tete des autusf, presented by Univer- sity of Massachusetts French Club. French exchange student spoke on education and so- cial life in France. Attended plays at Mt. Hol- yoke presented hy ,lean Louis Barrault. Saw movies taken in Franz-e by Dr. Schuler. Meeting with French ex- change student attending French supper. Listened to French popular music. Q bv .J v l.-c-li if Q Q y.. t nr- ., UW i U' E, ..v',x,, E109-' .. t .1 ' 's z 'A ,be . IW' fa., A IM A i 5 t . 'Ain ue' 4 i '15, . .ek '94 1.24 s '.a of if 3. . ,-y, e. 'si ,Q 1, pr ' : . D ' , A. El , L. F' h 1, C. Garvey, J. Conklin, A. Skribiski, R. Holloway, Secre H1Tyitdimi'FdotliglI3leli7sl" and yl-Iistorizihge S. McConnell, Chairman of "Footlighters"g P. Peterson Chairman of "Wilde Oscars", R. Gamble, Secretary of "Wilde Oscars", M. Wilson, E. J. Pray: B. Thorpe, S. Mather, A. McCune, J. Woodard. Second row: Mr. Burack, adviser, S. Allen, C Shea J Hankinson L Woodard E Wentworth C Field S ohnson G Critc , , , , , , , . , . J , . ' hfield, T. Patrick, D. Woodard, R. Hart, P. Keedy, L. Van Wert. Third row: J. Jacobs, M. Wentworth, S. Varley, M. Marston, J. P. Madden, E. Field, A. Mack, S. Shaw, B. Julian, J. Goodell, E. Johnson, M. Kapinos N0vember 9 Booster Day Float December 1 Junk Drive December 10 Play Cuttings -J anuaf Y 16 Boston Trip March 1 Sock Hop Malich 23 New York Trip APU1 25-26 One Act Plays Mal' 10-11 Three Act Play First row: M. Marston M W P. Peterso 1 S d , l. entworth, S. McConnell, Chairm 5 J' D . Johnsomnp- Sscglderrow. Mr. Burack, advlserg D. Woodard? E. Fie?lId1:nSl it -vw ,fr tion March 2 Visit to Emerson C01lC5C3 CHARTER MEMBERS OF NATIONAL THESPIAN y SOCIETY - TROUPE 1333 February 20 Visit to NorthaIT1Pt0n Ini March Initiation of Troupe 133 tia- w itat F571 D KF LC V-H., V, tl I. 59? '-- ll -Ar. N. llouotli, Sem SA : Pelflfgn W ll J.p fri 5- Allen, ield. T: Pamckl ll 5'l1f1fi,i1. onv Kapinosl ml, C Emefsoll W r ,,,- -f"""4-'C-I-n'-,ra ae al First row: D. Owen, P. Lashway, L. Page, L. Neet, T. Mand, J. Kentfield, S. Hurston, Editorg K. Beck, Co-Editorg S. Varley, S. McConnell, B. J. Pray, R. Holloway, C. Shea, M. Warren. Second row: Mr. Crouse, Adviserg N. Rodzwell, J. Christenson, J. Conklin, C. Hosford, J. Julian, B. Cole, D. Berglund, K. Clark, A. Mack, W. O'Brien, V. Tidlund, A. Crichfield, N. Neet, S. Johnson, J. This year's Graphic was almost twice the size of its predecessors. The larger paper was financed by the advertising of local businesses and by fundS ffflm the sale of soft drinks and potato chips at home basketball games. Eight issues were published this year. , -Am 4'J" First row: B. lantosca, E. Rozwenc, M. Simpson, J. Farrar, S. Allen, T. Mand, L. Neet, J. Witherall. Secretary: K. Beck, Vice Presidentg P. Lashway, Presidentg M. Warran, Treasurer: L. Page. S. Hurstonf M. Wygant, N. Rodzwell, J. Kentfield, K. Coodhind, T. McCune, N. Bell. J. Thacher. Second row: M. Wentworth, P. Peterson, J. Telega, D. Blasko, B. Thornton. P. Keedy, B. Hart. B. J. Pray, J. Conklin, J. Page, J. Marco, B. Claszcz, L. Scott, E. Wentworth, J. Hankinson. M. Whitney, P. French, J. Domina. Third row: S. Dickinson, D. Owen, R. Hebert, M. Prescott, M Lanham. J. Suprenant, M. Thornton, B. Waskiewicz, N. Jacque, K. Warren, M. Kosloski. K Benoit, L. Mason, J. Allery, J. Wilson, J. DuBois, P. Crybko. Fourth row: M. Brown, J. Woodard, S. Allen, C. Shea, B. Ames, R. Holloway, M. Kaminski, S. Holen, M. J. Toy. Fifth row: L. Tidlund. Fitts. B. Bielunis, H. Clark, B. Julian, C. A. Dubois, S. McConnell, E. Johnson, M. Corev. M. Wilson, J. Martin, A. White, J. Yegian, C. Spindler, D. Fuller, C. Garvev. Sixth row: J. Langford, S. Martell, J. Julian, L. Cary, B. Boicourt, J. Smith, J. Christenson, C. J. Fnman, E. Emery. P. Loy, L. Barber. N. A. Cass, E. Hanson, B. Moore, B. Ferrigno, M. Rodzwell. Seventh row: L.'Paddock. Ill. Neet. C. Stabb,vP. Statzs, P. Williams, B. Thope, A. Skribiski, C. Ellis, S. Varley, B. Mitchell, . Mushenski, L. Y an Wert, L. Fishell, L. Woodard, C. Ward, E. Fish. TRI - Meetings are held Thursday nightSf twice monthly' October through December Bowling. MondayS at 1. 'J Z kv 4 wi 3:30. Novemberl Planned Tri-S Float- Tri-S November 8 Made Float and Shakers Supports the football team November 15 Service Project iPfePare food basketsJ December 6 Planned Christmfiff For' inal. , December 20 Christmas Carollng January 10 Gym night January 27 Skating Party February 7 Mrs. Garrison. Sgoke on 4'Good Grooming March 20 Swimming PaftY C in March 22-23 Tri-Hi-Yli Confefenc Westfiel . . ' April Service Pfolect' repairing toys for Easter. 7 May Hayride May Procure Tri-S Pins lane. Treasu gilifgrd, li. l fi:1e.l.R. llcCuli llftilfrg V. Rs. .T'5f .hh v. him '--. mls 91. U . , . K .1f1i'v-., B . IL'-C5 Yer 2. .'rJQpt Nag - tlufliv-A X Q Y X35-. .-LQ P, tr . ., .i,:o.,L- X A N'-1.3 1 lf' yy X" NA.,-J"--T kx,1'g,AP la 5. ' Yi' f I NI. - in T' . -.N .g.'L .. xg-, .'-.S .N -s .1- V., ., ' A v liiiniilnnl? X """ First row: L. Neet, C. Shea, S. Dickinson, P. Lashway, Secretaryg N. Rodzwell. Pres. f'il.N"-g,.3qQ.1,,: identg L. Janse, Treasurerg L. Cary, E. Emory, R. Holloway. Second row: N. Neet D. WOOd?V8Td, V. Tidlund, W. O,Brien, R. Waskiewicz, Vice Presidentg J. Wymani ' ' l T4-' G. Crichfleld, R. McCullough, M. Corey. ' - K-17 . 4 I-iuxlilrx vi .--uf-, . ... if -,. va .X , .L .-.r -1 iq. ' if lp, l f l3:f: - 2' T..-,,, Piy - i - -i it-. 7'1" l illiffn 75721. 3. lliwfl nina? Ulffllf' llll , l ,gf BOlt'llHffi 'll ilailf? lllll ferrite Pflll' nn WL Planned Clif- mnl. W Clirisfnnii ll' Gym Hlgll N, gnnint PM i rlftl 5 'nm - 3 n ' -iolglln? Efnnlff' Tn Id , 5l'lf ffllfe prliferi vs f0f Ea' 'rifle 1 it riiiure WSP - in Li ,,.. 3:30. Planned lllil December 4 STUDENT Election of Student Government Day Representative Salute to A.R.H.S. on WARE Christmas Project ftree and gifts for Bright-Sidej Student Council Dance Spring Project u u . Monthly Calendar of School ACUVIUCS for Bulletin Board. Student Patrol Revision of Constitution Selling of Bookcovers, pens and basket- ball pins. I J l 5 O '.-fi 7711 , . U EES-ta yy. I. it l as 35. l if ab fav ff. 2 Y . ' nr - Q vb 54. .. 3. hi . cg s A.i ,.,. 4 ,J A X lk PEP CLUB November -1-5-Boostilr 5231588 Pe Club prov1 e fofnall ailfay football and baz kelball games. TheY also Sol refreshments at football games and contributed S100 earne mi Booster Day to the Athletic lnjury Fund. ' Q ow: M. Sim son, J. Farrar, S- Allen. M' Warren' K' Bfgifp. Lashway? T. Mana, c. Garvey. Secretaw-Trees' urerg A. McCune, President? K- Doktorv M' Wygam' ' Rod...-611, J. Kentfield, s. Hurston, L. Neet, L. Page. Second row: M. Lapham, P. Peterson, J. Telega. M- J- Enmanv E' Emery, P. Loy, J. Christenson, J. Page, Scott, E- Went' worth, J. Hankinson, P. Crybko, B. Ferr1grl0. S- MCCUUC' Third row: D. Owen, M. Prescott, J- Wltherell, J. Supren- ant, KI. Thornton, B. Waskiewicz, B. Glaszcz, J. Marco, B. Hart, P. Keedy, B. J. Pray, J. Martin, A. White, M. Rock- well, C. Spindler, E. Fish. Fourth row: S. Allen, C. Shea B. Ames, L. Fishel, L. Tidlund, J. Smith, M. Fitts, M Corey, M. Wilson, L. Janse, C. Peterson, M. Rodzwell, P. Stosz, K. Benoit. Fifth row: S. Dickinson, B. lantosca, E Rozwenc, C. Stabb, C. Moore, J. Julian, J. Langford, S Martell R Hollowa M Heath J Stockwell Y ' i - u- Y,.- ,- ,J.egian, K. Warren. Missing: Miss Lawson, Adviser. ROD AND GUN CLUB September, November, December-Discussion of fish and game laws pertaining to upland game. Exhibit and speaker on firearm safety. Course in gun safety. December-Discussion of laws pertaining to deer- hunting. Demonstration showing accuracy and power of slugs and buckshot. ods. Ice fishing and cook-out in Leverett. February-Second course in gun safety. March-April-Discussion of flyfishing versus bait fishing and fly and plug casting. May-Banquet and fishing trip on Quabbin Reser- voir. Fir-t row: M. Gervickas W N evitz, Pr 'd i - elson, C, A 1- 5022.51 53331 PS-iiigimfi..V.iheE!5t.PC55iu1l'5Sllli3 trow k M, ' ' , T . . , . Kamen ky J Gabirge R.B?aS, A. Smith, R. Hocldleili, E, att, M. Benben, R. Telega. , 1 ' . CY VISCT. J 7 nlxu -....-. It l 1 i., xx s Third row: Mr. Craig, Adviserg S. Ashley, R- Benn?-li' 'Qi Shepard, G. Goodrich, J. Grandonico, J. BOYWU1 -J' . ON C, D. Shepard, J. Kieras, C. Smith, W. NanaI'i0m5vAd: Ote H Ingram R Jeffr P. Simmons, Mr. MOOIC- l' Z, . - .'A ....... i... ..... rr-.. J" I .-..... :Ita lm Ii P- r..,,'!r X4 l' .5-it LP . pk, r' 'JN -. .lx C . N, 'C 'N A... J anuary-Discussion of ice fishing laws and meth- lfii'E1,,"i-,Q f . ..1f7if.2slh ' First row: S. Mather, M. Brown, L. Barber, J. Domina, President, H. Sieling, Miss Lawson, Adviser. Second row: C. Moore, A. Ely, J. Woodard, E. Wentworth, J. Thacher, Secretary, S. Johnson, S. Guyott, S. Varley, J. Christenson, N. Cass, C. Hosford, N. Bell, L. Cary. Third row: L. Scott, B. Boicourt, R. Gamble. Fourth row: L. Janse, Vice President, P. Keedy, R. Hart, S. Dickinson. Missing: P. Burke, Treasurer. November December January February March April May OUTING CL B Outing Club on ski trip. Trip to Purgatory Chasm Skating Party Paper Drive-Hayride Ski Trip Swimming Day Trip Weekend Camping Trip r 5 4 -vi riff new Y is .p I Q .AMA hs . LIBRARIANS' CLUB H..- l i l 1 December Visited library at West Q M A- B sf V Springfield H' h S h IF ,us ii T April Book Sale lg C 001 . I, . F, . T- t .b. d. lg., twig V ' .xmffi Aprll Up 0 ll'l Ing plant in Springfield The members of this grou s en . I 0 P P d a great deal of time working in our library. We . Ch ' ng M. Gilbert, SCCICUIITY' First row: liI'ii0cEi'e1iiAE1ylhsif'iif01lJa Eicilxijfiiriisfrs. Bliiilaidk, Adviser, J. Stockwell, T S 3 - 1 af i ' ' ' EieIi'1i5iiieM. Marston, M. Heath, E- Stockwell' FUTURE N URSES' October Dec.-Feb. J' anuar y lan.-Feb. February March April April-May CLUB Trip to Massachusetts General Assistance at Triple Tox- oid Clinic Speaker from Burbank School of Nursing Assistance at Polio Clinic Week-end at Burbank Nurses Home ftwo mem- bersl Movie, Meeting of F.N.C. at University of Mass- achusetts, visit to Veter- ans Hospital in Leeds Open house at Cooley Dickinson Hospital Week-end at Burbank Nurses Home fother rnembersl u p 'denfi irst rlpw: C. Shea, E. Fish, K. Beck Vice President' N Rodzwell, resid rd, as , 2 ' . L, Woo 3 P- L Way, Secretary-Treasurer, J. Woodard, S. Allen. SeQ0IlCl row' P. Keed E ' Y, -, Wentworth, M. Atkins, R. Hart. J. Conklin, S- Dlckmson' Busy old fool, unruly Sun, Why dost thou zlz us, Through windows, and through czzrmizzs ml! on IIS .IUHY IFHNNF SPORTS rw. . , ,ww Weig X , . ds T. Patrick, ' 5 , hn , R. K. Patrick, Roys, Bennett. Second r0W- SYm0n ' 2 geiiluliildtl Ctlalgluffllarllg. 'liliilrd row: Hanscom, Maia, Sullivan, D011 heft 1 jefffe Fourth row - g Y ' Pearson Shepard, Coach McDonough, Tidlund, Mand, Matuszko. Fifth row: Holcomb, manager, f Truesdell, Waskiewicz, Nanartonis, Bunn, Dimock, manager. 1 I FOOTBALL m 1 pt. Ei OPPONENT I N AMHERST A ,, 1 Enfield ,,..,,- ----- 1 5 0 ' 111c'- A' l Orange .........,.. ------- 1 4 13 ' A TI South Hadley ---- ....... 6 12 Heightglg Ware --1.---.--.-- .,,.,., 2 7 7 1 ,,,,,,,, ,.., 5 Hulfbmi Ludlgw Abxu 0 if x X ,.,,....... gc, hlul-dock -wxk ----- 0 6 ,,.,... XXXNN N ln .,,.,,, 3 AI1m'S ,------'bK---,-- -"" 1 2 all li fe F , Williamstown ---.----q---------------- --mu L Onghgllilizffiisagiss tied with Arms Academy for see- an e t . f9C0fd. Ow'er-allrecoildeflil-,llnty League Wlth a 4-2 A X. . c r .Q 1 Q x!? s,5,gigz ,WS M XXNXWQW .,,,,a,,WWy,w QRS 1 raaszfif 7 fl wif A A M x X f V -r .vm X as QW? .,,..ws -s-v""Nl' g' 5 New QW . . , X Q, 5 svlg Q 3 X ' s " S if Q K, .,, N Mr. Furbush shoots the game! Heigh End E .. my W W Qf, 47 if ' W ,ff 4 ,W , Y STEVE JOHNSON ., 4 5 1AA Weight-160 X .. 2' "" Height-5'8W' Guard FRANNIE JACQUE Weight-150 Height-5'11" End X ,, . A . G K L?" ' wtf: I "Lu 'll DICK BENNETT Weight-156 Height-5'11" End 5 C at 9 ,4- IL'-5 .l11:f.'5Il!' " Ofc qfnk ...S . I 1 O I I . 71 Q f, 'Q -i . Y i Q. Siva I rx gww .A rllff T CHUCK BOYS DANNY TRUESDELL WQI-ghf-156 DICK WASKIEWICZ Wqlght-145 Helght-5107, Wfeight-185 U ,Eight-5,8" Fullback Height-6'2" ' A ,back MSTX V Tackle ' Cf TU' .., ' :ir- I , R. K. PATRICK Weight-175 D , F Height-5'11" K V Hazfback I W Q pn, .r 2 14 GR LETTER E 9 M-'M , v wa- Il -me 'll i I 4 3 i , 5 1? W I 1 I El V 1 4 f 1 R i D i? litllllt' un. yell! Yell! On your mark, get set . . P' , ' -v L r I' A . t H V 1 WW, , X. If . X-3 I W m X ff l M Wiki f , f A W , f K rkh -.V ff ap , zkXX,1W 5 Q f , ,, ,, 2W ,, X f 4" 5'QQ" fW27W A f A f Q . A f ff , 412 XNxQWm?WwXW . Q., , 'ff E f N I pf, I ,Z X 0, W. ,, f o 7, U WWXXt,r,AyW E ft ,QQ l Q 1:3 X , .y G X X 5 ' Q f? 5 'Y , ' S ,V fo X fwfr 'r ' ,. , F- if qlr- s. 'f ' of V V ff V, , 'V ff y , , , y fuse ' - , , Qfwiiifwy XXXXXQ wp, '-"' -" M 7 A U Var I0 - UC down co - mmg up I i l I " Q Nobler and better than all other schools f, X Xwr , .af ,Q f' ' , , X, W, Q ' 7 "' f g WW Xf , f f, S X Q f , f X . V ' X lf? j ' e l fm ' , 1 2 , I , 1 wwf rf fl- I . J' ' f-M 1 V f W fff ff, ff' -, , ww 0 Q M ww- Xlk A Nj! I tw ff 2 n A ZW 025 f' fy V mf I 2 Q V V f ,V U W " . 1 Z wiv ,Xt l R V Vw M , f My Q Q V 1, W, is Q , wi ff f if 'WNV ' , . , I Q J. ,M , W H or if 'V l' ' Vx, , r f fl I 1 QWMM anna- 'MQW , i ,W XWWW W - f f And away they go! 0pP0l'e' Gardner lmllefsl ,lmll9f5l lmllefsl F vzgvlvlvn-if B I W Q .1 . -jig A 6 um R Q f 'A w ' A 2 ' q l J' A ,n ,... j M I 1' V7 ' ' x M, ,,,,,, w i 1 " :,, f 4 , ' , mf' 1 n l Lookina f u OI' 50m th , Z f , X M That looks like a tric ky play C ing? me-I-0 Looks like a couple people want the same thing UA? XX X W - iff. Xe.. f +X,XXtX , s - .J X J fs .ll i Di la p-......, Wo. if f 'iii 5 an I . 's wi Mg HW mywm. Q awwfwa W . ff, if f V 5 Kg .SC First row: D Malinoski R Wa k' ' C s ICWICZ .Roys A. Mack M Davis Second row: V Tidllllld K. Clark D. Sikop T. Symonds Third row. Coach McDonough D. Hanscom J Doh rt R M ' C Y cCu11ough S Dimock Manager ARSITY fr BASKETB LL CHUCK ROYS ' Guard DICK WASKIEWICZ Forward SENIORS WMNW V 2 2 fx! Zz fd f jf -X fl!! .74 4 Q 3 V i I lr i u JUNIOR VARSITY Hopkins ..,...---.----A.---f-....f 17 Northampton ........,... .f. . 26 Smith Academ Y Williamsburg . -.-.----.-,..... Smith Academy Arms Academy Northampton -- Arms Academy Greenfield ......---------.,a-.---t Hopkins ..,....a4.f Williamsburg ..,....ss.--....s. Amherst JUf1i0f Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst Amherst- Amherst- Amherst- Amherst- Amherst- A-, JUN1oR VARSITY First row: B. Ferrigno, managerg L. Cary B Thorpe S Allen D Blasko S Dickinson B Colburn M. Brown, J. Wilson, manager. Second row B Boicourt L ,lanse M Prescott B Thornton P Grybko, J. Farrar, J. Yegian, Miss Lawson Coach Eghljl ESSQ Q-gfrzfiw' Firt row V Tidlund J Bias R Crowley, J. Osgood, R. K. Patrick, C. Roys. Second row: JH 5 'I ' ' ' ' ' . Cole. Third row: Coac H I . V R. T 1 g , D, Moran, P. Thorpe, D. Truesdell, K. Clark, jtjlrrillllngl B. Figisldi R. Shepard, J. P. Madden, R. Bennett, T. Patrick, A. Mack, E. Peterson, Coach Johnston. Fourth row: R. Fishel, C. Skerry and L. Hebert, Managers- BASEBALL 1956 Opponents Opponents Deerfield .,..,,,-,- ----- h - Arms Academy Smith Academy Hopkins .....,,,., Smith School -Qf Orange ..,.,.,,,-- - Deerfleld ...,..,,.,,,A,- Arms Academy Smith Academy Hopkins ........... Smith School ..... A mherst Lost Lost Won Lost Won Won Lost Lost Won Won Won 1' ::: . K Our newly begun ll Arms Academy Greenfield Northampton Orange South Deerfield ,Y First row' P Peterson D Blasko L Neet M W 11 B Waskiewiczl . . ' ' , - , . , . ygant, N. Rodzwe y ' 1 j gilplggilggsolef glhylentwoffh, L. VanWert. Second row: B. GlasZffZ1Amn,HgJTlJard, SOFTBALL 1957 K.Doktor: ' mm' P- Keedv, R- Han, C. Gawey, D. Owen, S A 'njtgh --N.. at ' x fx, H' xx 'm 'u xx is lk' -i -'fs lad . 'M t , .. , '- - . llidffm. xiii - ' Rx .. 5313001 wang Mi Hflli 3 Z Allen C .,-ei RT , nt -, 2 7 "mf W Ni to so , ,. Wy, W Away at South Had ley Our newly begun hockey team at Deerfield V W A , fe as 4 mf, fwww V -- --V Amherst alone stands above every foe 5 Go, Mr. Burack! Where'd it go? Sink it , Hanscom! Victorious J.V.'s in action f Aff? hm ' ff f- Eton. . -- his '-ss. g DOQ LOOKING AROU D MESQ' 2 ,f ,wfi Lobby Front Entrance WWW 3 i x A 5 VI' if, I I Q LPPCT Corridor I Entrance Art Room Windowvs +1 Z S ...,.,..MMxW wax wi 1 i ' v Library -if Auditorium . 'Q "' the vs 'N' 2 M Main Office V "'fesMvN"ZmKe, . 'pxislpf ,Yf f in if QZQQS-1f'f'Cf iff f4wfwi:,:f,f, f, :A HQ fgjyf , ,Aw X ,ji,i,..-,g,,,5N'7' . , .c , , . Atv' 40 Nh an 1 L Bulletin boards ffkwzym ',,,- fff 7 S ,, 5' Mlm... Z Woodu oxkmg Shop Mmm A7 Y x V ff ,l , ,, W . ? Chemwtrx Preparatlon Room .wx W I 'Q i s , W , QQ x g 1, 4 1 , X . K 3 5 Q Q E 1 E i f ,X f f A - W4 hd g apo .1 Nwhil' 1 -io C '-.v 4-10' A A Q .As W 'E f 1 Trophy case ff r g r GOLDBUG TAFF r .4 I if . Y 1 Q K . -E Zi., -ew , f... J J 'J J. Ijonjinal S, johnson, Co-editors, J. Markert, C. Hosforcl, business man- agers: Nliss Furgeson, Adviser. Bs' S L, - ' c Editorial Staff-First row: B. Bielunis, N. Rodzwell, P. Lashway, M. Wilson, s. McConnell, M. mfvfnlispjfjffo FQ- j Wygant, C. Dubois, M. Warren. Second row: L. Neet, J. Thacher, E. Johnson, B. Julian, T. Maud, ' ' ' n' ' ' W' H. Clark, L. Ward. We 1 72.7 J . l W: gf , fy? , W-,f ' if X ' l . s , . Vf. , ,gf N n 4 W Q f ., 07, . jf? . Staff C 1957 hose Wing Cold Bug Hifeature of lgh' Sffeakin glad to h are school a SVG nd Xfe le . i and regret. . If A HY if z 5 2 V Business Staff-First row: M. Rockwell, J. Stockwell, M. Gilbert, J. Martin, L. Gabaree. Second row: P. Peterson, M. Wentworth, S. Varley, N. Bell, A. White. ftvf.. I . I n Q -at-'l"" Q .As The Staff chose windows as the theme for the 1957 Gold Bug since they are the outstanding feature of the new Amherst Regional High. Speaking for the Class of '57, We are glad to have had a year in the DSW school and we leave it and you with 130th gladness and regret. Typists: L. Page, J. Zidik. Missing: B. Powers. , I I 5-dl eg Whafs for dinner? I I v I, il I f II I -1 E I I I If you can't buy em-switch 'em, , I This is physiml education? 1? II X X A: I N . MMM' 1 .V Muff' 1 Juniors making money again Watch your spelling, girls! I ,I ,iyy . I , J I I , "M, ,f I Ill 1 ? 'RX ' Q1 Fil I 19 -- ll if ilk? 3 ei I I ' I ,Q t I , f wi Menu-gossip and spaghetti I Bread line I I I I 4 ll! To make 3 bomb, first you , , , 447 KJ Hen R, C NH- Cliff Amd Ami Amin Ba Amin Amie Amfic Amie Amie Amie Amie Amliei Amdei Amaei Amfiei Amdei A Ashley Ann Ii13. E II. L. E Baucon Beauty Ileckls Q Belfs S. Blair al B0Iles S Bruce Q Ilobert E Henry Adams Company, Dfuggi The Class of 1957 wishes to thank the followin tions helped make this book possible. R, C. Adams Dairy A'Herns Cliff Allen Am Am herst Apple Cold Storage, lnc. herst Boiler Equipment Trust Amherst Branch Northampton Co- B ank Amherst Creamery Company Amherst Cleansers and Dyers sts Operative Amherst Farmers Supply Company Amherst Garage Co., lnc. Amherst Grain and Coal Company Amherst fournal Record Amherst Laundromat Amherst Laundry Amherst Oil Company Amherst Savings Bank Amherst Taxi Amherst Theater Ann August Ashleyis Garage L. G. Balfour Company R. L. Bates, North Amherst Baucom's Textbooks Company Beauty Bar Beckis Barn, Square Dancing Ben's Service Station, Sunderland Blair and Cutting, lnsurance Agency Bolles Shoe Store Bruce G. Brown Burnett and Nash, Insurance .fi C. F. Clark, Sunderland qfi Robert S. Brown, Insurance and Real Estate Brownis Curtain Shop -entral Electronics Company Dr. R. Sheldon Clapp ,ollege Auto Sales and Service College Drug College Shoe Repair College Town Service Center Compliments of a Friend George F. Cramer, J r. Daily Hampshire Gazette Dick's Auto Service Mr. and Mrs. William Dietel T. L. Dorseyis Memorials 5 PCOPIC whose contribu Douglass Funeral Service and Douglass Marsh Drakeis Hotel Dr. Steven J. Duval E. and J. Cigar Company Elder Jones Lumber Corp. Epicure Shop Esquire Cleaners Compliments of Stanton Foley, Footit's Real Estate Fulton's lee Cream Comp8UY Dr. Robert Gage Gibson Chevrolet COIHPHUY Dr. Sandra Goding Grandyis Restaurant Griggs Furniture Store Hampshire Motor COHIPHUY Architect .,f-'15, i E i. in l Q l, .J QH , ogy ft t f 5 . X gills-43? - 3 '7 Q-. '1 l l 1 2 i '1 , It 4' He-y, whaI's cooking? 'N Right 3. left 20, oops, darn it, right 2 Qwf1AQ.4-.-,,t,.N.xW.,,...f4..me.......n.,,.,,,..AW- Qhame l l l 3 Reach, Wow-wow! , ,le !'9"," Anothe - 7' 7' . " . -if 5" r corridor, another mile Which has the Sports Illustrated? I pledge allegiance . . . 'm""c"'-vfgj l 1 The H Hart l Kame A. J. l Hebel Hercu Dr. G Dr. W Dr. E' Holde Horto Dr. C. fean's feffer feffer foe,s f foster Dr. Ci Keedj Mitch Landn Lord l Louis John Dr Th TAHOE Th helped make this book possible, The Handsome Four, ,56 Hart Buick Company Kamel Hassen,s Barn A. I. Hastings Hebert's Dairy Hercules Cleaners Dr. Gerald F. Hogan Dr. W. M. Hogle Dr. Eugene Holden Holden Lumber Company I'Iorton,s Gulf Service Station Dr. C. E. Hynes fean's Cleaners Jeffery Amherst Book Store Jeffery Beauty Salon foe's Barber Shop fosten's Fine Class Rings Dr. Charles Joy Keedy Insurance Agency Mitchell Koldy Studio Landry's Market Lord Jeffery Inn Louis' Foods, Inc. John Martula, Insurance Mathews Shoe Store McCallum's of Northampton McLellan Stores Company Dr. Peter Merzbach Mientka and Pipa, Television Millar's Esso Station Montgomery Roses, Inc. Dr. Leo Moreau Musante's Flower Shop e Class of 1957 wishes to thank the follow ing people whose contributions Mutual Plumbing and Heating Company Hamilton l. Newell Newell-Judge Funeral Home Gorden F. Neylon. Insurance OWCIIIS Poultry Farm Stephen Puffer Quality Fruit Store Randy's Store Red and White Supermarket, Sunderland Compliments of Rehorka Shoe Repair Roberts Flowers, Fred Knowles Charles Robitaille, Builder, Leverett Rowe's Garage Russellls Package Store Michael Skibiski, Real Estate-Insurance Shumway's Ice Cream Company Specialty Shop Ralph T. Staab, Inc. Doc Sullivan Spruce Hill Restaurant F. A. Thompson and Son University Motors, lnc. Vic's Cafe House of Walsh Wellworth Pharmacy Westcott 81 Son Compliments of a Friend, West View Cafe WHAI-WHAI-FM, Greenfield WHMP, Northampton Cliff Winn, Jewelers Compliments of a Friend Compliments of a Friend . f-.-vq-y--upyqrs-'WA' ', F- l . ,- Q heal ,jx Before Germany landed She s cute, Roy 4 2 , ,.,., N , MQ.-f :N 'V A, ,,., Z Cheer up, glrls H x 4 in -. -. r I 1 4 ready? 7. how you've 7 Anyone for mrfle Soup' ll--' D , f 1 v ,.........1 uv-r,j,J 1-'I'-a , . ar - 1 . 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