Amherst Regional High School - Goldbug Yearbook (Amherst, MA)
- Class of 1958
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Regional High School. Here on review are The brains, The socially rninded,
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Guidance- Assistant Princi al
Librar and Modern Problems
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University ot Massachusetts Connecticut College tor Women, B.A
B.S. and M.S.
Amherst High School Graduate
Amherst High School Graduate
Northampton Commercial College
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English ancl Speech
University of Connecticut
B.A. and M.A.
English and Speech
University of Massachusetts, BA.
Boston University, B.A.
Spokane University, B.A.
Smith College, M.A.
BETTY JANE DONLEY
Latin German and Greek
Mt Holyoke AB and MA
Commercial, History, and Mathematics
American International College
B.S. and M.A.
Toulouse anol Paris University
Licence es Lettres
Diplome d'Etucles Superieures
C.A.P.E.S., ancl Agregation
WILLIAM F. FREISEM
Hamilton College, A.B.
University of Pennsylvania, M.A.
Emory University, BA.
DONALD S. LACROIX
University of Massachusetts
i"i B.S. and M.S.
CLIFFORD N. OLIVER ARTHUR L. SWIFT
MaIhemaI'C5 and PIWSICS Chemistry and Mathematics
Bates College, A.B. University of Massachusetts, B.S.
University of Massachusetts, M.S.
J. CLEMENT SCHULER
KATHARINE R- KORELL Curtis Institute of Music, B.M.
AFT University of Michigan, Mus. M.
MOUNT I'I0IY0ke College, B-A- University of Montreal, Mus. D.
BARBARA JANE HOULE
Horne Economics, Biology,
University of Massachusetts, B.S.
RICHARD W. ROBINSON
Automobile Mechanics, Electricity
Keene Teachers College, B.E.
HOLLIS W. MOORE
Fitchburg State Teachers
College, B.S. Ed.
ELIZABETH M. FOLEY
Shorthand and T ing
Salem State Teachers College, B.S. Ed.
Boston University, M.S. Ed.
Springfield College, M.Ed.
IRENE HALE Audio'
Bookkeeping l, Typing I, nheaslem
Business Mathematics NO
Salem State Teachers College
JOHN P. MCDONOUGH
Physical Education and Director ot Athletics
in Senior High School
University ot Massachusetts, B.S. and M.S.
Norilfmeaslern University, B.S.
University of Ok ahoma, B.S.
Driver Training EducaTion and
Springfield College, B.S.
New England Deaconess, R.N
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EUGENE O NEIL
MRS, THORNTON, MRS. ROMANCIER
MRS. HOLMES, MRS. SMITH
Going, going, gone-THE CLASS of '58, buT The memories will linger
on. We, The senior ecliTors, presenT our Tellovv members, The people re-
sponsible Tor This book.
RICHARD A. BERGLUND
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 3, Graphic
2, Gold Bug, Rod and Gun Club 2, Class
President I, 2, 3, Junior Class Play:
Variety Show 2, Football 2, 3, Track and
Field Events 3.
A big man of big deeds.
ROSAN N E HOLLOWAY
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2, Vice Presi-
dent 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Trl-S I, 2, 3,
Graphic 2, 3, Gold Bug, Pro Merito 3,
Future Teachers' Club 3, Drama Club I, 2-
Double Quartet 2, Class Secretary I, 2
3, Variety Show 2.
Her record speaks for her.
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Three years of toil and fun have slipped quickly by. We remember three years ago when the Class of '58
entered old A.H.S. Green, yet eager, we sponsored a Sadie Hawkins Dance in October and the next month
the Harvest Moon. Girls, carrying the boys' books and opening doors for them-what's this? Why, Twerp Day, of
course. For the last function of our freshman year we added to our treasury with a booth at the Community
Fair-now an annual project of the class. .
Then there was our iunior year! What a riot-our first year in the new school. What a lot of fun, with a red
teapot and a dance, we celebrated our final football game of the '56 season. In November we stuffed our mouths
and our pockets at the junior class cake sale, whi-le Hal Sieling and Tom Patrick auctioned the goods.
Remember "Bertha, the Beautiful Typewriter GirI"? With a blizzard, a run on the bank, a love affair, and a
heart attack we staged a rip-snorting melodrama in real old-time style.
Looking for variety? Boy, we have it-everything from musicians and dancers to firemen and comedians. With
the senior and freshman classes we traveled to the South Seas, Africa, and the Plaza of New York in one night.
We were adventurous that spring and so found ourselves collecting paper despite its low price.
The climactic episode of the year was "Tea for Two " Japanese
lanterns, parasols, flowers, balloons, and a dragon backdrop
painted an oriental ' t
pic ure to a memorable evening for the out-
Last but not least we look back on our senior year-full of
GUQUISII and glee. The Frosh Welcome, a dance, and a float,
Winning second place in the Booster Day Parade, started our year
off right. Two food sales swelled our pocketbook, as did a Student--
Teachers basketball game-with senior girls as cheerleaders. A
minstrel show, similar to the variety show of our iunior year
Qave us an outlet for our talent once more. A class icnic claSS
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WQIWT, and graduation concluded our three lively years at A.R.H.S.
Katherine Doktor, Treasurer, Victor Tid-
lund, Vice President.
New you hear
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go when the Class ol'58
uber and the next month
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ber we stuffed our m0UIltS
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MARGIE WEAVER ALDRICH
ACTIVITIES: Tri-S I, 2, 3.
Now you hear her, now you don't.
BETSY L. AMES
ACTIVITIES: Pep Club I, 2, 3, tri-s I, 2,
3, Outing Club I, 2, 3, Graphic I, 2, 3,
Gold Bug, Band Associate Librarian I, 2, 3,
Pep Band 3, Orchestra I, 2, 3, All-State
Band I, 2, 3, Tri-State Band I, 2, 3.
She strikes a high note everywhere.
WILLIAM A. ALLEN, JR.
ACTIVITIES: Track and Field Events 2.
The golden haired whiz'
SANDRA E. ALLEN
IVITIES. Pep Club I, 2, 3, S
2, 3, Graphic I, Gold Bug, Band I, 2,
Orchestra I, 2, Basketball I, 2, 3, Softball
3 Badm on I
Look for her on the basketball floor.
ACTIVITIES: Rod and Gun Club I, Secre-
tary 2, Junior Class Play.
Look out, Science, here he comes.
ELIZABETH JANE ALLIS
She has a great big smile.
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KAREN E BECK
ACTIVITIES Student Council 3 Pep Club
I 2 3 TriSI 3 Vice Presldent2 Graphic
I, Associate Editor 2, Gold Bug, Future
Nurses Club I, Vice President 2, President
3, Tri-S Conference 2.
Always helpful, always there.
ACTIVITIES: Pro Merito 3, Future Nurses
Club I, 2, 3, Tri-S I, 2, 3, Orchestra I,
2, 3, Variety Show 2.
A wonderful student with a big helping
ACTIVITIES: Pep Club If Tri-S I, 2, 3,
Tumbling I, 2, 3, Basketball I, 2, 3, Soft-
ball I, 2, 3, Cheerleading 2, 3.
"Come on, you kids, cheer!"
MICHAEL J. BEGOS
ACTIVITIES: Rod and Gun Club 2, 3.
Hot rodding boy of the month,
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ACTIVITIES: Rod and Gun Club 2, 3,
Always busy doing nothing-that's our
JOH N BOYNTON
ACTIVITIES: Rad and Gun Club 2
The quiet man!
f,,,,,,e EDWARD A. BRACE
MACTIVITIES: Rod MGH I Indefinite
6"'?' bw doing m,HllIfllfi ACTIVITIES: Hockey 1, 2, 3.
'uk' IW Eddie and his hot rod!
ON GEORGE CAPEN
JOHN Bollll POP
Service , ACTIVITIES: Rod and Gun Club 2.
0llandGUHllll He likes the wide open spaces.
A quiet lll '
ACTIVITIES: Transferred from Phillips High
School, Phillips, Maine, 3, Basketball 31
Tri-S 3, Future Nurses Club 3.
Pleasant, well-liked newcomer.
RADIE GEORGE BUNN
ACTIVITIES: Football I, 2, 3: Baseball 2,
Track and Field Events I, 2, Cross Country
This fellow always drives a "hot one."
Smith Trade School
He's the boy with the engaging smile
ROBERT F. CARSON, ll.
ACTIVITIES: Student Council President 3,
Gold Bug, Band I, Assistant Manager 2,
Pep Band I, 3, Orchestra I, 2, Double
Quartet I, Basketball I, Track and Field
Events T, 2, 3, Cross Country I, 2, 3,
Sportsmanship Award 2, Tumbling I7 Boys'
State Lieutenant Governor 2, Tri-State Music
Festival I, Western Massachusetts Music
Festival I, 2.
The boy with his foot in every door.
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KENNETH E. CLARK
ACTIVITIES: Gold Bug, Outing Club lp
Graphic 2, 3, Photography Club 3, FooT-
ball I, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball
I, 2, 35 Variety Show 2.
Mainsfay of the mound staff.
PHYLLIS J. CLEVELAND
She's the quiet fype,
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2, 37 Outing
Club I, 2j Thespian Club 2, President 37
Graphic 2, Business Manager 3j Pro Merito
2, 3j Drama Club I, 2, 37 Western Massa-
chusetts Association of Student Councils 2,
He's an achiever both in and out of class.
CYNTHIA GALE CURTIS
ACTIVITIES: Band 17 Orchestra I7 Chorus
'I7 Tri-S T7 Outing Club 37 Drama Club I.
Watch out for the quiet ones.
SANDRA MONICA DICKINSON
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2, Pep Club
I, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Tri-S I, 2, 3,
Outing Club 2, 3, Gold Bug, Future Nurses
Club I, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Biological
Artists Association I, Variety Show Co-
Director 2, Basketball 2, 3, Softball I.
A good sport in every way.
BRUCE ,GALEN FIFIELD
ACTIVITIES: Junior Class Play, Baseball I.
He's not as serious as he looks.
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ACTIVITIES: French Club 2, 3, Outing Clubl
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ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 2, 3, Tr
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French Club 3, Library Club 2,
ball I, Softball 3.
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LYNNE W. FISHEL
ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 'I, 2, 3, Tri-S I, 2,
President 3, Graphic 3, Gold Bug,Thespian
Club 2, 3, Future Nurses Club 3, Drama
Club Vice President I, 2, Basketball I, 2,
3, Cheerleader 3, Tumbling I, 2, 3, Tri-S
Conference I, 3.
A real live wire with a finger in every pie.
JUDITH EVELYN GERIVIAIN
ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 3, Chorus 3.
Champion prize winner of the Commercial
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ACTIVITIES: Pep Club I, 2, 3, Tri-S 'I,
2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Thespian Club
Clerk 2, 3, Gold Bug, Pro Merito 3, Drama
Club I, Secretary 2, Orchestra I, 2, 3,
Variety Show 2, Junior Class Play, One-Act
Her willingness makes her one of the top.
CYRI LLA SUZANNE GARVEY
ACTIVITIES: Pep Club Vice President 2,
President 3, Tri-S 'l, Secretary 2, 3, Graphic
2, Drama Club 2, 3, Variety Show 2,
Maiorettes l, 2, 3, Badminton 1, 2, Bas-
ketball I, 2, 3, Softball l, 2, 3, Tumbling
Watch out tor that Irish temper-ament!
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1, 3.
Get out of the way-here he comes
BARBARA GENE GLASZCZ
ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 2, 3, Tri-S I, 2, 3
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JOSEPH M GRANDONICO
ACTIVITIES Transferred from Classlcal High
School Springfield 2 GraphIc 2
The gIrl wITh lofs of ambiflon
JUDITH ANN HANKINSON
ACTIVITIES: Pep Club I, 2, 3, Tri-S I, 2, 3,
Thespian Club Vice President 3, Graphic 3,
Gold Bug, Drama Club I, 2, Phofography
3, Chorus 2, Variety Show 2, Basketball I,
A jack of all trades.
ACTIVITIES Rod and G n Cl b I 2 3
He has hooked some bIg ones he says
JUDITH A. eooDELI
ACTIVITIES ThespIan Club 2, 3, Pro Memo
3 Gold Bug Pep Club 2, Library Club 3-
Drama Club I 2 Junior Class Play. I
To flnd Judy look for bicycles or plaids.
JAMES T. HANNIGAN
ACTIVITIES: Outing Club 2, Graphic 2, 3,
Tumbling I, 2, Track and Field EvenTs I,
2, Junior Class Play Producer.
"They give us real hor rodders a bad
RODNEY W. GRAY
ACTIVITIES. Prolechonisf Club I, 2,
Lover of hor rods.
NANCY LEE HEMENWAY
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real hoi foddels
REGINA E. HART
ACTIVITIES: French Club 3, Pep Club I, 2,
3, Tri-S 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Thespian
Club 3, Graphic 3, Gold Bug, Future Nurses
Club 2, 3, Future Teachers Club 3, Drama
Club 2, 3, One Act Plays 2, Basketball I,
2, 3, Softball I, 3, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3,
Elks Essay Contest Winner 2.
Work agrees with her.
BEVERLY ANN JARVIS
Northampton Commercial College
Talent with a brush.
ACTIVITIES: Transferred from Drury High
School, North Adams 3.
Loves Italian food.
BETTE MARIE JANTZ
ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 2, 3, Tri-S T, Graphic
2, 3, Pro Merito 3, Basketball T, 2, 3,
Softball I, 2, 3.
At every game, home and away.
MARY KATHRYN HEATH
ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 2, 3, Tri-S I, 3, Gold
Bug, French Club 2, 3, Library Club 2, 3,
Chorus 3, Junior Class Play.
You can take her at her word.
ACTIVITIES: Proiectionist Club 2, 3, Rod
and Gun Club 2, 3.
Can't you hear him?
JOHN G. KIERAS, JR
ACTIVITIES: Rod and Gun Club 2
The "strike it rich" boy
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we'll never run down.
Up in the clouds.
PHYLLIS M. LOZO Tony
Phyl h College College
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ball 37 Basketball I,'2, 37 Baseball I.
J EAN V. MARCO
ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 'l, 2, 37 Tri-S I, 2,
37 Outing Club 37 Thespian Club 2, 37
Gold Bug7 Future Nurses Club 37 Drama
Club I, 27 Cheerleader 37 French Club 37
She never runs out of pep.
MARGARET JANE MARSTON
ACTIVITIES: Thespian Club 2, Secretary 37
Tri-S I7 Gold Bug7 French Club 37 Library
Club 2, 37 Drama Club I, 27 Junior Class
Usually backstage, except when she's got a
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ACTIVITIES: Football 27 Basketball I, 2, 3
Hot shot of our basketball squad.
ACTIVITIES: Rod and Gun Club I, 2, 37
Basketball I, 2, 37' Baseball I7 Track and
Field Events I, 2, 3i Cross Country I, 2.
A real card . . . and a good guy to deal
ACTIVITIES: Proiectionist Club I, 2, 37
Rod and Gun Club I, 2, Secretary-Treasurer
The twinkle in his eye says that he has
something up his Sleeve-
Stockbridge School of Agriculture
ACTIVITIES: Proiectionist Club I, 3, Rod and
Gun Club I, 2, 3.
JUDITH ANN PAGE
ACTIVITIES: French Club 2, 3, Pep Club I,
2, 3, Tri-S I, 2, 3, Drama Club I, 3.
Always in there trying.
DOROTHY MAE OWEN
ACTIVITIES: Pep Club I, 2, 3, Tri-S I, 2, 3,
GVBPIWIC 2, 3: Gold Bug, Pro Merito 2, 3,
Basketball I, 2, 3, Softball I, 2, 3, Bad-
minton I, 2, 3.
Hoop it for A.R.H.S. and the future.
PAUL W. NEWTON
ACTIVITIES: Thespian Club 3, Drama Club
2, Bancl I, 2, Student Director 3, Pep
,Band I, 2, Director 3, Orchestra I, 2, 3,
Variety Show 2, Junior Class Play, One-Act
Plays 2, 3, All-State Band I, Tri-State Music
Festival I, 2, 3, Western Massachusetts
Music Festival I, 2, 3.
He's got rhythm.
SIDNEY B. PARSONS
ACTIVITIES: Pro Merito 3, Bancl I, 2, 3:
Pep Band 3, Orchestra I, 2, 3, Chorus I,
2, 3, Variety Show 2, Hockey I, 2, 37
Tri-State Music-Festival I, 2, 3, Western
Massachusetts Music Festival I, 2, 3, All-
State Chorus 3.
He knows all the answers.
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, 2, Director 3- ODIMUO' SI II, ACTIVITIES: Gold Bug7 Thespian Club 2, 37
Show 2.JunioICrclIeslral,2,I, French Club 37 Double Quartet I7 Drama
I 3: Anim Br lass Playg 0rIe.Ad Club I, 2j Class Treasurer 2j Variety Show'
I 2 we andlilfl-Slalellugk 27 Junior Class Play7 One-Act Plays I, 27
kstivalfll il llaliestern Massachusen, Football 1, 2, 3j Baseball I, 2, 3.
I He's a solid citizen.
Hes got rhythm,
SIDNEY B. PARSONS ELIZABETH JEAN PRAY
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College 3 Nursing
, Memo 37IaIndLlf' ACTIVITIES: Thespian Club 2, 37 Tri-S I
ITIES. Pro Chews I, '
d 3- Orchestra l, 2, 37 3' 2, 37 Pep Club 2j Graphic 27 Future Nurses
as ,JY Show 2, Hockey lwzwg Club 37 Drama Club I, 2, Vice President
ar' . 3' 95 3- Junior Cla Pla
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:,UxfllZIcMIJiicIVEesIIval l,2I3iAll Always there, never around.
Tthorulingvfs all The answers
WILLIAM F. PERRY
ACTIVITIES: ProIeCtIonIs'r Club I.
He's the original early bird.
JON W. PERRY
His car's best friend.
ACTIVITIES: Pep Club I, 27 Tri-S I, 2, 3
Basketball I, 2.
Red hair-but a good disposition.
ERNEST LOUIS PETERSON, JR.
ACTIVITIES: Football I, 2, 3j Basketball I,
2- Baseball I
A hard working athlete!
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GEORGE A. REED
Dynamite comes in small packages.
Stockbridge School of Agriculture
ACTIVITIES: Thespian Society 3, Drama Club
2, Track and Field Events I, 2, 3, Cross
Country 2, 3.
"Let's get the show on the road."
ACTIVITIES: Baseball I, Cross Country 3.
Watch out for that smile!
LINDA PEARL SCOTT
ACTIVITIES: Pep Club I, 2, 3, Tri-S I, 2,
37 OUTIUQ CIUID If 2, 3: Gold Bug, Future
Teachers Club President 3, Band I, 2, 3,
PSP Band 3: Orchestra I, 2, 3, Tri-State
Music Festival I, 2, 3, Western Massachu-
setts Music Festival I
Small in stature but big in efforts for her
,544 X gy 9. 'FTW'
HELEN MARIE RULE
ACTIVITIES: Tri-S I, 2, 3, Gold Bug, Cho,-Us
I, Basketball I, 3.
She's a hard worker-fun too. I
cARoLE ANN SHEA
Sheasie I I
Nursing I 1
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2, Secretary fir
3, Pep Club I, 2, 3, Tri-S I, 2, 3, Outing
Club I, Thespian Club 2, Secretary fl? I
Graphic 2, Co-Editor 3, Gold Bug Co-BusI- ,
ness Manager, Future Nurses Club I, 2, 3:
Drama Club I, 2, Cheerleader I.
Her smile is louder than words-
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 'li Cross Country 2.
V MARIE RULE DONALD SHEPARD
.S I, 2, 3: Gold Bugighoms ACTIVITIES: Rod and Gun Club 2, 3.
' 3- To find, look under the hood . . . of the
hard worker-fun 100, car!
QOLE ANN SHEA
Nursing S HY
C uncil 2, ecrea
Stucieng' T2-S 1' 2l3i0u1rng
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Eo-Editor 3: Gold llug I 2, 3:
.r. Future NW595 CU l
ll, 2: Cheerleader ll ds.
Ie is Iovdef 'han War
DAVID A. SIKOP, JR.
ACTIVITIES: Basketball I, 2.
The Hash from Williamsburg.
He's not as shy as he looks.
ACTIVITIES: Proiectionist Club 3, Rod and
Gun Club I, 2, President 3- Junior Class
Play, Football I, 2.
Sharp shooter-with a gun?
EVELYN MAE STOCKWELL
AC VITIES TrrS I Library Club 2 3
e goes quietly about her business
HAL DALE SIEL NG
ACTIVITIES: Outing Club I, 2, 35 Gold Bug
Co-Editor, Photography Club 3, Band I,
Pep Band I, Orchestra I, Chorus I, Foot-
Always headed out of town
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DANIEL JOSEPH SULLIVAN
ACTIVITIES: Outing Club I, 2, 3, Pro-
iectionist Club I, Gold Bug Co-Business
Manager, Football 2: Boys' State 2.
Another one of "those" Pelhamites!
JAMES THORNDI KE
ACTIVITIES: Rod and Gun Club 2.
If you can't find him, look uncler a car.
THOMAS B. SYMON DS
ACTIVITIES: Variety Show 2: Football 2,
Dennis, the Menace.
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ACTIVITIES: Proiectionist Club I, 2, 3,
He looks innocent, but . , ,
MARTHA L. THORNTON
ACTIVITIES: Pep Club I, 2, 3: Tri-S' If 21
3, Graphic 3, Gold Bug: Softball Manage'
She's the easy going fYPe-
MAYNO A. TENNY, JR.
ACTIVITIES: Rod and Gun Club
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School, Knoxville, Tennessee 3, Tri-S 3,
Oley PAUL THORPE
Proiectionist Club I 2 3 College
Iks innocent, buI,,',' ' ACTIVITIES: ounng Club 2, 3, Basketball
2, Baseball I, Track and Field Events 2, 3.
A fast man in the corridors.
IA L THORNTON LINDEN VAN WERT
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'we M 2 3, ms I, 2I ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 3, Tri-S T, 2, 3,
9P Clu fsghball MBHBQQI Thespian Club 2, 3, Graphic 3, Pro Merito
Gold Bug' A 2, 3, Basketball 2, Softball 3, Badminton
2 3- Gold Bu .
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he e6SY golng lp "Don't call me Linden!"
"Fiddling" away the hours.
JONATHAN G. TUTTLE
ACTIVITIES: Thespian Club 3, Drama Club
2, Band I, 2, 3, Orchestra I, 2, 3, Western
Massachusetts -Music Festival I, 2, 3, Jun-
ior Class Play.
"The Union Army and the Republican Party
VICTOR L. TIDLUND
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2, Pep Club
3, ,Graphic 2, Future Teachers Club 3, Class
Vice President 3, Basketball I, 2, 3, Foot-
ball I, 2, 3, Baseball I, 2, 3, Western
Massachusetts Association of Student Coun-
A headliner in everything he does.
CHARLOTTE E. WARD
ACTIVITIES: Tri-S I 2 3- Chorus
Basketball I, 3, Softball I, Tumbling I
Keep those fingers flying!
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BARBARA ANN WASKIEWICZ
ACTIVITIES: Gold Bug, Pep Club I, 2, 3,
Tri-S I, 2, 3, Variety Show 2, Maiorettes I,
2, Captain 3, Basketball I, 2, 3, Softball
I, 2, 3.
She helps to keep those feet prancing high.
JOANNE CAROL WOODARD
ACTIVITIES: Tri-s 1, 2, 3, outing Club 2,
3, Thespian Club 3, Drama Club 'l, 2,
Future Nurses Club I, 2, 3, Chorus 3,
Variety Show 2, Basketball I, 2, 3.
"What do I do now?"
EDWINA K WENTWORTH
VITIES Pep Club I 2 3 Tr1S I
3, Outing Club I 2 Secretary Treasurer 3
Gold Bug Co-Editor, Future Nurses Club I,
2, 3, Drama Club I, 2, Co-Chairman 3, Band
I, Librarian 2, 3, Pep Band I, 2, 3, Orches-
tra I, 2, 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, Basketball I, 2,
3, Softball I, 2, 3, Tri-State Musical Festival
l, 2, 3, Western Massachusetts Music Festi-
val I, 2, 3, All-State Chorus 3.
Tall, blonde, and on the beam.
JOAN MARTHA WITH ERELL
Northampton Commercial College
ACTIVITIES: Pro Merito 3, Gold Bug,
Graphic 3, Pep .Club 1, 2, 3, Tri-s 1, 2
5eC"e'fa"Y 3: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3.
She's got plenty of speed and spirit.
JEAN MAR E WEAVER
ACTIVITIES, Pep Club I, 2, 3, Tri-S I, 2,
3, Graphic 3, Gold Bug, Basketball 2.
Softball 2. '
Puts in a longer day than most,
LOIS ELLEN WOODARD
ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 2, 3, Tri-S I, 2, 37
Outing Club 3, Gold Bug, Future Nurses
Club T, 2, 3, Drama Club 'l, 2, Ch0rUS
2, 3, Variety Show 2, Junior Class Play,
Basketball I, Softball 2.
Leverett gal with lots to do.
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Gold Bug: Future
Drama Club lf 27 Chliw!
mow 2: Junior Class Pay'
Jai with lots f0 do'
Bug: Basketball' Q!
lT's for The birds.
Step right up! lT's free.
Music! Music! Music!
Whai, no picfures?
Where's The Toast?
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Did Mr. Swift say you could?
Identify and win a free pass to detention.
Oh, oh, a bird in The hand is worth more-
A leisure minpte.
Looking for a new angle?
l The belles ofthe ball
Go on-take a chance.
"AII alone on the tele-
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First row: M. Brown, J. Doherty, B. Thorpe, P. Joy, B. Boicourt, J. Christain, P. Loy, M. Benben, J
Smith, G. Goodrich, E. Emery, R. Gilbert, J. Galipeau, D. Hanscom, P. French, M. Whitney, D. Allery
M. J. Toy, S. Guyott, M. Simpson, B. lantosca, M. Maffia, N. Gass. Second row: W. Richters, C
Garvey, T. Webber, M. Fitts, R. Rhodes, M. Mushenski, E. Mand, S. Holden, J. Fair, E. Hanson, N
Miltimore, J. Christenson, D. Southvvick, B. Ferrigno, C. Smith, M. Kaminski, D. Casey, C. Lucas
C. Holmes, P. Williams, D. Hosford, E. Field. Third row: P. Stosz, S. Dimock, C. Spindler, C
Matuszko, J. Langford, W. Nanartonis, J..Julian, R. Jeffrey, J. Ye-Qian, J. Gabaree, S. Martell, J. Webb
J. Morris, P. Beck, J. DuBois, R. French, L. Tidlund, E. Bieniek, K. Benoit, R. Holden, J. Land, B
W. O'Brien, President, L. Janse, Vice Presidentp l.. C3VYf
Treasurer, J. Christenson, Secretary. CS. Martell filled
The vacancy left when J. Christenson moved to PennSYl'
vania in Januaryj.
'istain, P. Loy, M. BenlJen,l.
rench, M. Whitney, D. Allery,
Second row: W. Ricl1ters,l.
olden, J. Fair, E. Hanson, N.
arninski, D. Casey, C. lucas,
S. Dimoclc, C. Spindler,l
Gabaree, S. Martell, J. Webb
Qnoit, R. Holden, J. lantl, li
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Mitchell. Fourth row: R. Maia, S. Dunbar, W. O'Brien, L. Paddock, R. McCullough, B. Hemenway,
P. Simmons, C. Peterson, N. Cote, P. Blasko,.J. Rocasah, J. Whitcomb, M. Gervickas, S. Wills, R.
Lososki, S. McCune, P. Lego, E. Rozwenc, E. Putnam, B. Thornton, E. Bielunis, J. Wilson, W. Shum-
way. Fifth row: D. Urquhart, S. LoCoco, P. Jones, S. Nelson, J. Wyman, P. Hannigan, K. Kuzinski
S. Mather, M. Holden, B. Moore, J. Varley, M. Rodzwell, D. Welcome, L. Cary, P. Morin, L. Janse,
C. Rogers, P. Grybko, K. Watson, J. Farrar. Sixth row: N. Neet, A. Skribiski, E. Ford, M. Kosloski
G. Tyler, N. Jacque, K. Warren, L. Mason, D. Fuller, L. Goodale. Absent: J. Jacobs, J. Searle, A. Smith
D. Lashvvay, E. Raskevitz.
The Class of '59 began as freshmen to plan a happy, busy, and financially
successful high school career. ln this, their second year, they headlined the
social calendar vvith a dance in early October. They entered a float in November's
Booster Day parade and held the traditional pre-Thanksgiving cake auction. In
December they sponsored a semi-formal dance and in January and February they
gave three financially successful Sock Hops. As further boosts to their bank
account they conducted a food concession at the February Play Day and gave a
downtown food sale the same month. In April the iuniors celebrated with a Spring
Weekend the 25th and 26th. In May they vvere busy vvith a booth at the Com-
munity Fair and with the Senior Reception.
Along with their social and money raising ability, members of. this class vvere
outstanding in sports, music, and activities, and they took their share of top
honors on the scholastic level.
First row: E. Allen, B. Richardson, C. Seymour, V. Keedy, K. Bibeau, W. Knightley, M. Weaver, D
Waskiewicz, B. Crossman, G. Hillenbrand, N. Waskiewicz, D. Partnaude, M. E. McGrath, E. Trachy
S. Grandonico, R. Prucnal, D. Keegan, A. Newton, C. Dihlmann, J. Rodzwell, L. Carey, E. Rogers
N. Blasko, P. Levine, S. Burke, W. Lewis, C. Hanks. Second row: L. Musgrave, G. Wilson, J. Wick,
S. O'Rourke, A. Brown, S. Davenport, T. Turgeon, F. Schabacker, E. Salisbury, L. Garisp R. Wilson,
B. Paradise, S. Wentworth, C. Horton, S. Smith, C. Vaughan, K. Thayer, R. Kelley, M. Holden
R. Herman, L. Fitts, R. Otto, D. Sindberg, V. Lyman, D. Atkins, E. Reynolds, D. Mafhieson, A
Mathieson. Third row: E. Kucinski, R. Kirley, N. Carpenter, H. Wilkinson, D. Lapinski, B. Dunn
N. Houston, P. Russell, C. Snape, W. Cembalisty, M. Loomis, H. Wagner, A. Newton, M. Hatt,
M. A. Post, T. Parkinson, J. E. Moore, J. Woodward, B. J. Waskiewicz, P. Beck, S. Smith, N. Newell
B. Johnson, President, S. O'Rourke, Vice President: N'
Houston, Secretary, D. Lapinski, Treasurer.
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lccssal, S. Weiser
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M. E. McGrath, E. Tracliy,
zwell, L. Carey, E. Rogers,
grave, G. Wilson, J. Wick,
sbury, L. Garis,' R. Wilson,
'er, R. Kelley, M. Holden.
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C. Newport, F. Janse, M. Weir, C. Pelis. Fourth row: P. Wanczyk, R. Zumbruski E Lachma T M '
G- JGCCIUQ, C- Field, E- Wirth, R. Gray, N. White, J. Ostrowski S. Payson H, Moriart Ll, artlqrl
R. Cook, P. Rule, C. Dornina, S. Holt, C. Allen, B. Johnson N Morris D Y, S. BZCOWSL
Fydenkevez. Fifth row: J. Doktor, J. Kucinski, B. Mather, J. L.lMobre G lRichasoi:nnD Fe 'erryl li
Esggilryinla liOSlglski,IJ. CI-hilds, C. Cogswell, J. Tibbetts, P. Merzbach,l D., Latlammel, Layglrlegf B
Rocasah S .Wats?dV eyllll .MAlc?Laml4LLeS' .L Catanese' E' Boom' L' Allen' P' Venclelfe, W- Sfanley, K
B. Pemgzo- P GIYLT amos r. Sixth row: M. Cashman, J. Stevens, G. Cramer, J. Thompson
J Scarboroljg BrQEU,. . enney, E. Tidlpnd, J. Warner, C. Davis, E. Spence, D. Hunt, J. Hardy
' I 9 r - nnis, R. Andrews, S. Fitts, A. Prucnal, L. Cook, B. Meader, M. Smith. Absent: D
Gauthier, P. Hanson, C. Stockwell, E. Weaver, W. Wilson,
WW G! '60 Z' at ,4.2.7f,S.
This year's treshman class, the torerunner ot bigger classes to come, with
approximately T50 members, was the largest to enter Amherst Regional this tall.
Unlike their predecessors they chose class colors, blue and white, and a motto,
"The Best Ever." Beginning early they staged a hayride and sock hop in October.
ln December they conducted two paper drives, in February, a sock hop and a
tood sale, in March, a St. Patrick's dance, in April, a tund-raising Slave Day, and
in May, an auction.
Foreseeing tuture demands on their treasury, the class otticers promoted tund-
raisin ro rams and worked hard on their membership tor TOO percent pay-
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First row: L. Cary, J. YSQTHH, E- Em9VY, 5- Marfellf R' Carson' R' HOHOW.?y'PE'kJN!J2'
C. Shea, N. HousTon. Second row: D. Laplflskb l-- JBFTSG, T. Turgeon,b . Wag Ifgeckf
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Final election To The honor socieTy Took
place This spring aTTer each senior's record
from grade nine Through To The spring
of grade Twelve was completed. Those
seniors wiTh a Total of Twenty points were
made permanenT members early This
spring. The TenTaTive members, named aT
The end of The eleventh year, held Term
me'eTings Throughout The year to which
They inviTed honor roll sTudenTs.
Pro MeriTo members have special
privileges including Tree library passes
and Two sets of Textbooks, one Tor home
The STudenT Council puT in one of its
most active seasons This year, The second
in The new AmhersT Regional High. plus
The usual fund-raising activities, The Super-
vision oT class elections in September, and
The organizaTion of corridor patrols, The ,
Council promoted a conference
generation of closer sTudenT-Teacher r
"Beauty and The BeasT" was The Theme
Tor The ValenTine dance.
In November The Council was hosT aT
The semi-annual Western Massachusetts
STudenT Council convention, aT which af-
Tair Grant Crichfield, president of
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First row: M. ATkins, R. Holloway, E. Daniels, R. Gamble, B. Jantz. Second row: L. Van l 7
Wert, B. Ames, J. Goodell, S. Parsons, C. Oliver, Adviser, G. Crichfield, J. Witherell, T Mm ,,
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First row: R. Andrews, J. Smith, S. Guyott, L. Cook, L. Garis, B. Thorpe, E. Wentworth, S. McCune, J
E, Pray, P. French. Second row: R. Hart, J. Farrar, C. Garvey, M. Ka pinos,
E. Lachman, B. Mather, D. Lapinski, P. Keedy, S. O'Rourke, J. L. Moore
J. Woodard, D. Patnaude.
. Galipeau, M. McGrath, K. Bibeau,
F. Janse, L. Musgrave, M. Simpson, A. Brown, F. Schabacker,
. Third row: R. Wilson, W. Richters, T. Parkinson, A. Mack,
The local actors and actresses are divided into two sections with Miss Follett
advising one group and Mr. Burack, the other. As in former years both groups
entered the intramural one-act play competition with great enthusiasm. They
worked very hard along with the Thespians playing host to the Western Massa-
chusetts Drama festival in March. They made their traditional tri to New York
in April and saw the Broadway play Look Homeward, Angel. In the Booster Day
Parade, the dramatists entered a float featuring an Indian brave whose head was
pierced by an arrow.
Thespian Troupe l333, the honor
drama club, began its second year with
seventeen members. The troupe pro-
duced Donald Elser's Balcony Scene,
which they entered in the local one-act
play contest, January 23 and 25.
Balcony Scene won first prize for the
Thespians with Ruth Gamble and Grant
Crichfield taking first place honors in
acting. The group went on an over-
nlQht trip to New York in February.
In .March they played host to the
Western Massachusetts Drama Festival
and captured top place honors.
First row: C., Shea, A. Ely, J. Woodard, J. Marco, G. Crichfield, J. Hankinson, E. Pray
M. Marston, J. Goodell. Second row: L. Fishel, L. Van Wert, T. Patrick, P. Newton
J. Tuttle, S. Shaw, E. Daniels, R. Gamble.
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K f X N Y , f Mu
, S. DavenporT, N. HousTon, M. McGraTh, J. Chrislenson, D. Lapinski, B.
The OuTing Club began The
a long lisT oT prospecTive expediTions but
became Too involved in oTher inT
To carry Through. Some of The me
made a Tvvo-day ski Trip To Belknap Sfafe
Park in New Hampshire in Febr
They vvere accompanied by Mr. and
The Rod and Gun Club made several Tield Trips This year, Their ice-Tishing
expediTion being one oT The mosf noTable. Their longesT Trip was made in M
November when They aTTended The SporTsman Shovv in BosTon. The year ended
Firsf row' E Rogers, B Dunn, R McCullough, C Domina R Gilb
. ' ' ' ' ' f ' efif R- pVUCnf3l, E. TI'aChy, S. VVaTson T. MarTin W, Levvis, C. Auclair, R. Holden,
E' xjfgarig' ,iAe!Sj3b'DJ'WiZEi'We.H' EWKzmm:UI', J' falgaree' Knighlly. Second rovv: L. CaTanese, C. Allen, P. Simmons, K. WaTson, C-I Rogexx'
- , - , - ievvicz, . em aisy, . sTrovvs i, J. T'bb TT, B, J h ' W, N son,
Begos, J. Cooke, Advisers, J. Craig, H. Moore. Absenf: R. Jeffrey. I 6 S O mon' D' Moran' R' Shepard' Pi Osirowskll e
ff of the
amPShire in ll
row M Cashman E B oth C Dhlmann L C ey S y J P Wancz S ORou G W s J W
Inn C ughan D pinski S D enport N Houston J Ch istenson E E ery L i L Scot R Gambe L Woodar
J Hankinson R Holloway E Pray S Dickinson Second row P Grybko J Lozoski J Woodard B Colburn L Van Wert C Han s
15 Se mour P ozoski P asko W ams Skri iski C Lucas M Kaminski S LoCoco J Dubois S Martell J Lang or
nse P Loy B Moore J Marco E Fish E Allen D Blasko M Simpson P Keedy Third row S Smith L Adamites P Vendete
pe K Bibeau J E Moore M Loomis N Carpenter P Grlgut A Newton B J Waskiewicz N Waskiewrcz C Horton B Paradise
French C Spindler J Yegian M Brown L Cary J Kzcowski C Garvey M Mushenski R Andrews J Smith S Guyott J Witherell E
Wentworth Fourth row J Galipeau E Hanson B lantosca A Trimmer B Waskiewicz M Aldrich M Prescott M Thornton J Weaver
M Atkins C Shea B Ames S Allen R Hart J Conklin L Cook N Neet S Dunbar C Peterson A Bryant B Boicourt P Hannigan B
Thorpe M Rodzwell S Holden M Frtts J Farrar B Goodhind Fifth row N Gass S Holt H Rule M Kosloski N Jacque K Warren
M A Post L Musgrave J Thompson B Crossmon M Weaver M McGrath G Jacque C Newport K Thayer J Wilson B Thornton P
S1051 B Ferrigno D Fuller L Goodale L Tidlund M Whitney S Grandonico E Rozwenc Sixth row M Toy N White D Ferrigno
E Lachman J L Mogfe F SCI-tabacker L Gans A Brown C Davis D Hunt M Holden J Scarborough D Latlamme D Srndberg V Lyman
M Malmosk, M Hoaft-, M Kap.,-los C Ward B Mitchell L Mason C Garvey K Benoit S McCune D Keegan S Burke Absent B Glaszcz
J Kirley M Lapham
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The club ot social and service activi-
ties Tri-S the largest and busiest club
ot the school began the year with its
tamous initiation day. Then came in suc-
cession the Crystal Ball a swimming
party at the Amherst College Pool and
the banquet at the Student Union.
Thanksgiving tood baskets and a cloth-
ing collection w re the proiects ot the year.
PM ew Am aww
The Pep Club, A.R.H.S.'s school spirit
Drodders, kept enthusiasm high this year
by chartering buses and organizing away-
Qame cheering sections. At home games
they kept energy high by selling retresh-
First row- S Burke V. TidlunCl, E- Emeftff T- Pafklnsonf L' Cary' C' Garvey' S' Dickinson
L Scott .Rl Gamble L. Woodard, K. Beck. Second row: S. Lococo, E- ROZWGHCI D
Lapingki J Christenson L. Janse, E. Fish, M. Heath, S. McCune, K. Doktor, J. Hankinson
Third rO,W: M. McGrath, N- Houstgnl J, Julian, C. Spindler, J. Yegian, 'J. Smith, J. Wither
ell S Grandonico, J. Farrar, D. Owen, E. Wentworth. Fourth row: J. Weaver, J. Stevens
L,Ca.re C Dihlman B. FerriQnO, N. Neet, P- Hannigan, 5- Malherf Pt Thorpe' M
Rlodzwell, J' Galipeaul. Fifth row: M. Thornton, J' E- Moore, J- Marco, P' Keedyf J
W d Cl L V Wert B Jantz Sixth row-J Germain B Paradise
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,yya1jZU,NMii M. Post.
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' ' L Fishel C. Shea, J. ThornpSON, M- MCGHT f '
Firsf row: M. Toy, B. lanTosca, S. Dickinson, . 1
H ld E F' h J Woodard Second row- B Colburn F. Janse, A- B"Yanlf l-- WOOClGI'd, 5.1 lVlt:rTell,
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J. Larlggforcl, M. ATkins, M. Tenney, K. DokTor, Third row: E. PraYf P- Keedyf 'J' Con ln' ar a
E. WenTworTh. Absenf: K. Beck.
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The FuTure Teachers'
Club, organized This year,
consisTs of a group Whose
presenT p l a n s involve
Teaching. One of The
mosT inTeresTing rneeT-
ings of The year was The
panel of local Teachers
from elemenrary Through
high school, all new in
The profession. In March
The club visiTecl The WesT-
field Teachers College.
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FirsT row: S. Burke, N. Carpenter, N. WhiTe, R. Holloway, L. ScoTT, E. Kucmslfl, -l-J E'C2Ar?fE: R, HarT,
Second row: D. Lapinski, E. Waskiewicz, N. HousTon, J. Kzcowski, B. Paradise, - G Righasonl
P. Keedy, J. Farrar, K. DokTor, J. Hankinson, A. Skribiski. Third row: H. Wilkinson, -
The Third year gf
FuTure Nurses Club
was an evenTTuI year
ln November They af-
Tended Open HOU
Burbank HospiTaI, and
in December They vig-
iTed Cooley Dicken-
son. A ioinT rneeTing
was held in May wifh
Nurses' Club aT which
"The OpporTuniTies in
Nursing" was The sub-
K, Beck, PresidenT, S. Mar-
Tell, Vice PresidenTgV S. Dick-
W-E Fish, E' Kms'
lirsfw T 'T K. Clark, P. M
iowa D- Hun'
leer learning The inf
llms and in The cai
llel' visited The
Panmem of The E
Vislled a TV
and with rl
Futulie Third Year
tended Q er lllel al.
held in May
Nurses' Club at
lxlulslngu was The
. Beck, President, S, Mar,
fll, Vice Presideni,.S, Dirk.
E Moorei Hgi
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First row: E. Fish, E. Kucinski, J. Hankinson, Adviser, W. Furbush, W. Knighfly. Second
row: D. Hunf, K. Clark, P. Merzback, J. Tibbeffs, N. Newell, H. Sieling, E. Daniels.
The ProiecTionisTs' Club, organized in
Two secTions, spenT The early parT of The
year learning The ins and ouTs of all The
audio-visual aid equipmenr. They made
Themselves useful in The showing Of
films and in The care of The equipmeni.
They visiTed The audio-visual aids de-
parTmenT of The UniversiTy of Massa-
ChuseTTs and wiTh The Phorography Club
visiTed a TV sTaTion.
Would be camera experTs organized
Themselves This Tall and vvirh Mr Fur
bushs help learned how To Take picTures
correcTly They concenTraTed TurTher on
The prinhng and enlarging of prcTures
WiTh The Prole-cTionisTs Club They vrsiTed
one of The nearby TV sTaTions
. ' C Auclair. Second
. , , M 1 , E, Kamansky, W. Lewis, W- Nelson, - ,
FH-ST IXWIS 'Tha'-:nDldllTln,DT1nn ab.mBielunis, J. Osfrowski, E. Salisbury, W. Furbush, Adwserf
bowllileaderu P Levine J. Cooke, W. CembalisTY, J- Swenson' P' Oslrowskl' R' Shepard'
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First row: J. Page, A. Ely, J. Galipeau, M. HeaTh, Pre-Sidenfi J- DUBOiS, J- Marco, R- Hari'
L. Fishel, Seqjgnd row: S. MaTher, E. Emery, E. Fish, B. BoicourT, R. Carson, T. PaTrick, M. MarsTon,
' P. Keedy, M. Brown, N. Gass. Absenf: Marcia Adams, Adviser.
The Science Club, re-
cenTly organized, is a
newcomer To The club
rosTer of A.R.H.S. IT in-
cludes a group of sTu-
denTs acTively inTeresTed
in some phase of science
and whose grades meriT
membership. Led by
Their officers, Sidney Par-
sons, Richard Rhodes,
and Marian WhiTney and
Their adviser, Mr. SvvifT,
These energeTic sTudenTs
visiTed many places of in-
TeresT, one being The Am-
hersT College Physics
Lab. AT Their meeTings
vviThin The pasT year They
saw several educafional
films, including "The
STrange Case of The Cos-
mic Rays." They even
launched a rockeT! Many
members worked on in-
dividual proiecTs and in
so doing obfained a
firmer background in
Their parficular field of
The French Club, meeTing
every second vveek This year af
The home of Jackie DuBois, had
varied programs including 5
number of French speakers from
Amhersf College and The U. of
M. ln May The club sponsored
boTh a dance and a French play,
In The absence of Miss John-
son, Teaching in France This year,
Miss Adams, a French maior ar
The Universify of MassachuseTTs,
advised The club.
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lie leaders Club 'S 5
,Q were chosen
,Jilin gym class. iff- '
ssialance To The coat?
'ie aclivilies in QW.
Firsf row: B. Richardson, M. Whitney, E. WenTworTh, L. Fishel, J. Page, M. Malinoski, D- l-aplnskl'
E' Fish, A- ElYf B- Fefflgno, S. Parsons. Second rovv: R. Carson, R. Berglund, G. Hillenbrand, G. Warner,
J. TibbeTTs, M. Weir, Adviser, A. SvvifT, R. Rhodes, K. Kucinski, D. ATkins, M. Davis, S. AshleYf W' Casey'
Tlllrd row: H- Slellng, E. Mand, T. Pafrick, P. Moran, C. Domina, P. Beck, M. Smith, D. MaThieson, R-
French, G. Richason, D. Sullivan. Absenfr J. ChrisTian, E. Daniels, J. Wyman.
iilLf1lusca,K?leWefl. R. H0
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. ll,Qiark'Ai hiradise' J' is
ack, W. Ce:
k. This yeaf at
re DuBois, had
S ll'lClUdlng 6
h speakers from
d a French pljy
of Mrs tor..
France this yea,
First row: P. Wanczyk, E. Stockwell, A. Ely, M. Heath,
E Fish. Second row: A. Burack, Adviser, M. Tenney,
J, Gooolell, M. Marston.
The Leaders Club is a group of boys
who were chosen because of outstanding
work in gym class. They are of great
assistance to the coach in helping to lead
the activities in gym.
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These girls spend their free periods
during the school day assisting Mrs.
Burack in the library. Within the past
year they visited book stores in order
to pick out new books for the library.
They participated in the Booster Day
parade, entering their float with the
theme "arms against a sea of troubles."
The girls have been trained to help
students find source material for research
papers or to help them find magazines
and books for leisure time reading. They
are in a large way responsible for the
quiet efficiency and friendliness found
in the libr
First row. B. McCullough, T. Patrick, R. Berglund, K. Clark, B. Cole, R. Jeffrey, J. Doherty
Second row: R. Bunn, M. Holden, R. Carson, D. Sullivan, E. Peterson, V. Trdlund. Third
row: J. Kieras, W. Nelson, J. McDonough, Adviser,
The Graphic underwent a few changes
this year in order to determine the most
efficient group of workers. Its eiglll RUP'
lished issues were backed by the adver-
tising of local businesses and bY the
profits of Spring weekend held the latter
part of April.
gfsll VOW: L. Van Wert, R. Holloway, L. Fishel, R. Hart, J. Conklin, P. Keedy, E- Rozwenc'
N. antosca, K. Benoit, P. Loy. Second row: D. Owen, B. Jantz, 5. GUYOTT, l-- Musgfave'
kv K. Neef, B. Paradise, J. Yegian, G. Wilson, J. Wick, J. Julian. Third row: J.. Haffmganf
k, D' LaP'n5e:' ' Clark' A- Mask, VV- Casey, W. O'Brien, Adviser, L. Crouse. Absent, J. Childs.
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' First row: J. Langford, E. Wentworth, R. Wilson, T. Turgeon, B. Crossman, C. Snape, E. Hanson, M. Holden,
L. Scott. Second row: J. Hardy, J. Christenson, B. Ames, P. Newton, M. E. McGrath, B. Boicourt, B. J.
Waskiewicz, J. E. Moore. Third row: D. Hosford, G. Richarson, H. Wilkinson, B. Moore, J. Wyman, S.
Smith, K. Kucinski. Fourth row: S. Parsons, J. Tuttle. Absent: N. Christenson.
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The Band experienced its usual busy year, starting with the football season
and ending with the Amherst College commencement program in June. They
participated in a Halloween parade in North Amherst and in November led the
Booster Day parade for the football game against Arms Academy. In December
they conducted a benefit concert in Hardwick to he-lp finance and build up
interest in a music program there. They played at the Small Schools Basketball
Tournament in March, at the Annual Spring Concert in May, and in the Memorial
During the absence of Dr. Schuler, the officers of the musical organization very
ably helped out with the assistance of Arthur Niedick and George Sethares.
Next year's band will miss the '58 graduates: Linda Scott, Edwina Wentworth,
Paul Newton, Betsy Ames, Jonathan Tuttle, and Sidney Parsons.
The Brass Choir, composed of ten band members, played during the holiday
season for the Christmas assembly and on the town common.
liiulei was absei
lle list peffom
lilpelilion in E
B. Ames' E V
First row: M. Atkins, J. Christenson. Second row: R. Gamble, A. Trimmer, C. Spindler, N. Gass, A. Brown, -
B' Crossmanf C- Snape' E- Hanson, M. Holden, L. Scott. Third row: P. Beck, B. Ames, -P. Newton, E. Went-
worth, R. Wxlson, T. Turgeon. Fourth rovt: G. Richason, B. Moore, J. Wyman, S. Smith, K. Kucinski. Fifth
row: S. Parsons, J. Tuttle. Absent: N. Christenson.
l Th - . .
Schulirovsglgesga, lIl4e'the other musuc groups, was thrown on its own for two months this winter when Dr
Sethares Q Sent vvlth prolonged illness and hospitalization. They were fortunate in being able to call on George
exlunior hi h music mentor and Ca Niedeck ex Amherst graduate and recent Julliard graduate
Th f- ' ' 9 1 PPV , -
Coripgiiigerformance of the.Orchestra was at the Christmas Assembly. They attended the Western Massachusetts
yearb In ln Ea5ll"aml3TOh In May and participated in the local annual Spring Concert. They rounded off the
,V F' GYWQ at graduatuon. The seniors in the organization who graduated this year have left a big hole in the
Orgamzallon, One which may take years to build up again.
B- Ames E
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entworth, S. PGFSOHS, A. Trimmer, B. -Moore
ALL-STATE T958 ATTEN DED
There were five high school members that at-
tended the All-State Music Festival held in Spring-
field on March 27, 28 and 29. All three music
organizations were represented. Alice Trimmer
played violin in the Orchestra, Barbara Moore playedd
trumpet and Betsy Ames, French horn in the Ban ,
and Edwina Wentworth and Sidney Pprsons sang
in the Chorus. These festivals are always goo
experience for the participants and give them. a
chance to meet others throughout the state with
the same musical interests. .4
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First row: Coach J. McDonough, E. Peterson, K. Clark, T. Patrick, R. Bunn, D. Berglund, V. TiCllUl'lCl,
A. Mack, E. Daniels, Assistant Coach A. Johnston. Second row: Manager A. Newton, D. Hanscom, J.
Doherty, R. Maia, C. Matuszko, R. Jeffrey, R. Wilson, C. Domina, Manager S. Dimock. Third row: T.
Parkinson, S. Smith, T. Martin, V. Keedy, C. Allen, D. Patnaude, W. Cembaliski, J. Woodard, F. Crowley
71 ' 76Zf0'l
With the return of twelve le-ttermen and the aid of several
talented freshmen, the Hurricane eleven shared top honors
with Murdock High for the Inter-County League Champion-
ship this season. The team compiled a seven and one record,
losing only to co-champion Murdock.
After starting out on the right foot by going unscored
upon in the first three contests, Amherst went on to be
recognized as one of the top small school elevens in the
High on the list of the 'Canes achievements was beating
arch-rival Ware for the first time since 1950.
Equally important as winning the Title was the school
spirit displayed this year, a fine example of the fact that
support breeds enthusiasm and enthusiasm breeds a winner.
Coaches McDonough and Johnston, although losing sev-
eral Iettermen, can look forward to an equally successful
team next season.
Lee Uamboreei O 7
Frontier ............. ..... O 7
Orange ........... ..... 0 14
South Hadley ..... ..... 0 26
Ware ............... ..... 7 12
Murdock ......... ....... 2 6 6
Williamstown ........ ..... 0 6
Arms Academy .... ..... l 3 19
Ludlow ............. ....... 2 0 41
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E. Peterson .,.,... .,..
A. Mack ...... .V.....
E. Daniels -
B. Cole ......,
H. Sieling ...... .....
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-.- End, 145
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FIN: QA: L.,
HURRICANES WlN TOUFU
Although having hopes
high scoring Art Mack.
emerged winners of the S
lihey upset favored Will
l'SlQtmG hy the score of
out to he one ot the mo
them history, they beat 5
,46-45.T ' .i
Sm he final .
hafllle loumament victor
9 lOl perme
m 'H the rec
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'-Amherst has Nm
A u TWO gal'
Ihmherst quinieo, found
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idaho in a first ple
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Firsf row: D. Hanscom, K. Clark, D. Malinoski, A. Mack, M. Davis, D. Moran, R. Wilson. Second' row:
S. Dimock, W. O'Brien, T. Parkinson, Coach Robinson, Coach McDonough.
HURRICANES WIN TOURNAMENT, EDGED OUT OF
.AlThough having hopes darkened wiTh The injury To
high scoring ArT Mack, The AmhersT Hurricanes
emerged winners of The Small School TournamenT This
' They upseT favored Williams from STockbridge in The
llfsl Qame by The score of 45-38. Then in vvhaT Turned
ouT To be one of The mosT Thrilling games in Tourna-
menT hisfory, They beaT a sTrong Dalfon Team in over-
46-45. The final was vvon over Turners Falls
hgil-ITS TournamenT vicTory was The second They have
ma in The racenfor 'permanenT possession of The Tourna-
rinl IV0Dhy, flrsT In l95O. IT Takes Three vicTorles To
e ire IT. AmhersT has Two.
Aplhlulel IQSIUQ Tyvo games early in The season, The
m SVST qulnTeT found Themselves and wenT Through
enZiVe5l.Of The Hampshire League season unbeaTen,
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Identical 10-2 recopdice ie vviT FronTier, boTh aving
ThePl2mFgrIT? Eihirdl pressure-packed game in five nighTs
To a heart? IVQS fourTeen-game winning sfreak came
game To a reaklng 'end when iT dropped a playoff
In all fa. 'W aggressive FronTier Team by Three poinT.s.
'm9SS To The AmhersT players iT musT be said
The . .
playlfervllenl TNIThouT Their highesf scorer and TallesT
in Their IasT six games,
Palmer .u......u.u ..... --
W. Springfield ..... c...,..
Hopkins ...,........... ...... .
NorThampTon .,.c. .......
FronTier ........ .. ...... .--..-- 3 4 31
Arms Academy 58 ----
Hardwick ........c.... ...-... 5 6 55
S, Hadley ........ ------- 5 7 36
Orange .........-....- ------ - 60 45
Smifh Academy 64 58
Hopkins ..............- ------ - 80 30
Classic .............. ------- 5 3
ST. Michaels ..c... 72 35
Fronfier .......-..----- ------ 5 6 35
Arms Academy 62 --TT
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VViIIiamsTovvn ..... ------- A' l 30
S. Hadley ...,... 63 50
Williams ....... 43
Demon -V----A-A-Vug- V-d---, 4 5 overflme 46
Turners Falls .------ ----a- - 39 59
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First row: E. Trachy, C. Holmes, M. Benben, C. Matuszko, F. Crowley, D. Waskiewicz. Second row: S.
Dimock, T. Martin, R. Otto, Coach Robinson.
Shoot it up, Mase!
Two for Mack
First row: Coach A. Johnston, R. Bennett, C. Roys, R. K. Patrick, D. Truesdell, Assistant Coach R.
Johnson. Second row: Manager R. Holcomb, T. Patrick, K. Clark, W. O'Brien, C. Rogers, V. Tidlund.
Third row: E. Putnam, E. Peterson, T. Webber, W. Richters, R. Rhodes, R. McCullough, Manager S.
Dimock, T. Johnston, mascot.
For the first time since l95O, a team went through the Hampshire League
schedule undefeated. Although the Hurricane nine of T955 won the last league
title, they had one league defeat. Thanks to the fine leadership of Coach Alex
Johnston and his assistant, Richard Johnson, the Hurricanes not only won the title,
but also were invited to play in the Western Massachusetts Baseball Tournament
in Springfield where they lost a hard fought decision to Springfield Tech.
The team, which was evenly balanced with hard hitting, good fielding, and
strong pitching, finished the season with T4 wins and 2 losses, one in the tourney
and the other in an independent game with Easthampton.
ll Northampton ......
T4 Turners Falls ---
7 Monson ........
l7 Orange ........
2 Easthampton ......
3 Arms Academy ....
9 Hopkins ..............
TO Smith Academy ....
T7 Smith School ...........
l Frontier Regional .....
2 Arms Academy ....
T3 Hopkins .............
2 Smith Academy ....
I3 Smith School ........
7 Frontier Regional ....
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First row: P. Newton, R. '
Hanson, S. Parsons, M. Ho'
luflnilli -l. Wyman, S. Smitl
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DissaTisTied wiTh lasT years uniforms The
Cheerleaders came ouT wiTh new maroon Tops
hiTe skirTs This Tall. One of The hardesT
working groups in The school, They kepT lousy
creafing new rouTines and cheers, pracTicing
every day, and performing aT every game.
Firsf row: J. WiTherell, L. Fishel, J. Marco, S. Grandonico. Second row: D. Blasko
CapTain J. Farrar, M. Simpson.
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First row: P. Newfon, R. Carson, J. E. Moore, B. Ames, E. WenTworTh, L. ScoTT, E.
Hanson, S. Parsons, M. Holden. Second row: G. Richason, H. Wilkinson, B. Moore, K.
Kucinski, J. Wyman, S. SmiTh, B. BoicourT.
Flfsf FOWT D. Keegan, J. SmiTh, S. GuyoTT. Second row: E. Rozwenc,
B. Goodhind, N. McCune, CapTain.
The sixTeen-member pep band, a sTu-
denT organizaTion under The baTon of
senior Paul NewTon, made iTselT heard as
an imporTanT adiuncT To The cheering sec-
Tion aT all home aThle-Tic conTesTs and aT
many visiTing conTesTs. They added color
and pep To rallies, The BoosTer Day TalenT
show, and The all-school VarieTy Show.
J.V. GlRLS CHEER SECOND TEAM
The J.V. cheerleaders, selecTed each year bi'
The TaculTy and represenTaTives of The sTudGI'1T
body goT in plenTy of TooTwork during baskefball
h flq ' s arked The J.V.
season This winTer w en GY P
hoopsTers To a successful Tinish.
Firsf row: B. Janfz, S. Dickinson, B. Waskiewicz, D. Blasko, E. Weniworfh, C. Garvey, S. Allen, D. Owen.
Second row: J. Yegian, L. Cary, B. Thornion, P. Gryloko, L. Janse, M. Mushenski. Third row: M. Brown,
B. Paradise, Coach Lawson, B. Thorpe. Absenf: K. Dokfor, C. Ward, J. L. Moore.
The varsiTy Team finished Their TourTeen-game season undeTeaTed for The TirsT
Time in The hisTory of AmhersT High School. The excellenT guarding held Their
opponenTs To a 25-poinT per game average. New uniforms This year also added
The spark To a winning season. Miss Lawson's excellenT coaching and deTermina-
Tion To win helped make This undeTeaTed season possible.
Hopkins .... L ............
FronTier Regional .....
SainT Michael's ....
Pioneer Regional .....
SmiTh Academy .......
Arms Academy .......
Pioneer Regional .....
FronTier Regional .....
ST. Michael's ........
SmiTh Academy .....
Garden Ciry ........
First row N Blasko S Guyott B Crossmon N Houston L Scott S Davenport D Keegan Second row
J L Moore S ORourke G Jacque J Wilson C Ward J Doktor S Berry L Carey B Paradise Third
row: Coach Lawson N. Waskiewicz S. Fitts B. Boicourt C. Vaughan.
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The Junior Varsity finished their ten-game slate undefeated. While scoring a
35-point per game average, they held their opponents to a lO-point per game
average. The team showed good passing and shooting potential and will probably
repeat this year's winning stre-ak on the varsity squad.
Hopkins ....... ,,
St. Michael's ....,,c,s
Smith Academy .....
Arms Academy ....s
St. Michael's ....
Smith Academy ....,
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KATHERINE DOKTOR BARBARA COLBURN
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First row: R. Hebert, D. Blasko, P. Grybko, T. McCune, L. Neef, M. Wyganf, M. WenTworTh, E. WenTworTh,
' ' J. W'l C h Lawson, B. ThornTon,
N. Bell. Second row: D. Owen, L. Cary, E. Emery,vB. Waskiewicz, . ison, oac
N. NeeT, S. Allen, C. Garvey, L. Janse.
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The cross-counTry Team has
compleTed iTs Third season. The
Team was sTarTed Three years ago
by George SeThares and was con-
Tinued by Coach McDonough This
year. The local school shuT ouT
WesT Springfield and Then wenl
on To defeaT Greenfield. The looyS
also Took parrin The Massachu-
seTTs STaTe Cross-CounTry meeT
wiTh STeve WenTworTh pl6Clf1Q
S. WenTworTh, M. SmiTh, R. Carson, P-
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Henry Adams Rexel' Drug Sfore Robert S. Brown, Insurance and Real Estate L
Cliff Allen Clothing
Amherst Branch of Northampton Co-Operative
Amherst Cleaners and Dyers
Amherst Farmers Supply
Amherst Garage Company lnc.
Amherst Journal Record
Amherst Laundry Company, lnc.
Amherst Motor Sales, Inc.
Amherst Oil Company
Amherst Savings Bank
Amherst Taxi, Inc.
Ann August .
Around the World Shopping Center
L. G. Balfour Company
Baucom's Textbook Company
Beauty Bar ,
Roy R. Blair
Dr. William Bleckwehl
Boiler Equipment Company
Bolles Sho-e Store
Dr. Andrew Booth
Boyden 84 Perron Garage
Bruce G. Brown
Burnett 54 Nash Insurance if
H. L. Childs 84 Sons, Northampton
Dr. R. Sheldon Clapp
Clark Beauty Studio if L if ' I
College Drug Store b
College Town Service Center
Comp iments of a friend
Comp iments of a friend '
Comp iments of a friend, West View Cafe .
Comp iments of a friend, Robert Ames
Comp iments of A. Conklin, Construction
Dorothy Cox Shop
George F. Cramer, Jr.
Dan'-s Gulf Station
James C. Daykins, Accountant
Dick's Auto Service
Dr. Stephen J. Duval
Elder Jones Lumber Corporation
Footit Real Estate
Paul T. Ford, Attorney
Fulton's Ice Cream Company ,
Dr. Robert Gage
Gazette Branch Office
Gibson Chevrolet Company
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We, the rest of the Gold Bug staff, hope you have
liked this personally conducted tour through A.R.H.S.
The Class of '58 enjoyed showing you through.
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EDITORS: E. Wentworth, H. Sieling.
SENIOR EDITORS: R. Hart, L. Fishel, S.
Dickinson, A. Mack, R. Carson, R.
FACULTY EDITORS: J. Marco, L. Scott.
CLASS EDITORS: M. Heath, E. Fish.
CLUB EDITORS: P. Keedy, J. Hankinson
R. Holloway, P. Marston.
MUSIC EDITORS: B. Ames, P. Newton.
ART AND FEATURES: K. Doktor, K. Beck,
J. Goodell, L. Van Wert.
SPORTS EDITORS: K. Clark, T. Patrick, V.
Tidlund, S. Allen.
BUSINESS MANAGERS: C. Shea, D. Sul-
BUSINESS STAFF: P. Lozoski, H. Rule, M.
Thornton, B. Waskiewicz, J. Weaver,
J. Witherell, R. Berglund, E. Daniels.
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Grandy's Resfauranf DF- POST
Griloloon's Music House, Greenfield Sfephen Puffer, Jr.
Griggs Inc. Furniiure Qualify Fruif Sfore
Hamilfon I. Newell, Inc. Randy's Sfore
The Handsome Four, Class of '56 RoberT's Flowers, Fred Knowles
A. J. Hastings Rowe's Garage
Heberfg Dairy Russell's Package Sfore
Hercules Cleaners Sandy's Aufo Sales, Norfhampfon
Highway Grill Glen F. Shaw, Turkeys
Dr. Gerald F. Hogan Shumway's Ice Cream Company
Dr. Eugene Holden Philip E. Shumway, General Coniracfor
Dr. C. E. Hynes Specialfy Shop
Jean's Cleaners Spor'rsman's Resfauranf
Jeffery Amhersf Book and Music Shop Spruce Hill Resfauranf
Jeffery Beaury Salon Student Union Barber Shop
JOSTC-INS Rings 31 Pins Suher Slaughfer House
Dr. 'Charles Joy "Dog" Sullivan
Ken1field's Dairy Television Cenfer
Mifchell Koldy Sfudio F, A, Tlqompggn and Sqn
Landry'S Marker V. A. Tidlund, Plumber
Lord Jeffery lrrn I-I. G. Teele, Tree Work
l-OUIS' Feeds Town 84 Counfry Nursing Home
Mafhews Shoe Sfore Unlverslly Nlelers
McCallum's of Norfhampfon Valley Cinerrla lncl
McLellan Sfores Co. ll B. Ven Wert
Mienfka-Ripa Radio-TV Sales 84 Service House of Welsh
Millar's Esso Sfafion WAMF Amhersl College
Monfgomery Roses, Inc. Wellwerlll pharmacy
DF' Leo A' Moreau Wesley J. Wenfworfh
Mufual Plumloing Sc Heafing Weeleell A Sen
Norfhampfon Commercial College Wl.lAl Greenfield
Norwood Dairy Producfs WHMP Nerlhamplen
K' L' Osmlm' Jeweler S. S. Wanczyk, Confracfor
Owenls Poullry Farm Cliff Winn, Jewelers
W' S' Pickering Plumbing Supplies Sfanley Wolfoucs General Confracfor
Pioneer Valley Ginger Alefand Pepsi Cola Bof-
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