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

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THE SENIOR CLASS PRESENTS The 1959 Gold Bug Memory Edition AIVIHERST REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Amherst, Massachusetts Memories are made of this- Pens and pencils, hoohish talhg Teaeher's grade hooh, teatheris chalk- Halls made crowded hy great masses, Halls made noisy hy anderelasses- Extra! Extra! Clahs and games! Extra! Extra! Gays and dames! Halls made learned hy seniors sedate, Halls left empty when they graduate- And thanhs to those whose generous aid Help as heep memories that never will fade. Memories are made of this. Dedication ....... Faculty ...........,,,,. Underclassmen Activities ,,...,,,,,,, .,,,. Seniors ...... Sponsors ...... 2 Page Page Page Page Page Page 3 4 16 24 60 84 Page 3 Page 4 Page 16 Page 24 Page 60 Page 84 With pride and respect the Class of 1959 cledicates its year- book to Eugene O'Neil, genial "Mr Fix-itf' known for his pleasant smile, cheery greeting, and helping hand. 3 1, "q5jsyZ?M F 0 wx , , Sf YQ 2' 4 X , 14 '5 3' f"Ei- K ': - ',- "-,,'::.. :. 5 an f1:i'2 P N I 1 V' nr x.: .:-:-:zzz s.: 1 5::,.g.w, Q. ' 1 ,::::. :xg-Q,5:..:, -. ,Jw -,L l I X f 5 f 'Q X f X X . lv 1 N lx , Q Q 545 X I L J W x f f " f A .x 5 , " ww in 0, aj 1 J i V 1 L A Y .- A v A M 1 11,3 gg Wm ?1 ' :,'1.2E?i ,1 J J, I A 'W Y 'Q , ,,1 ,, ,LV 4 I , . , I , , il' x 3 s FAC LTY Pens and pencils, bookish talkg Teaoher's grade book, teaohefs chalk 5 KINGSLEY A. PERRY Principal Harvard, B.S., Harvard LLB., Harvard Graduate School of Education, M.Ed 6 PRINCIPAIJS MESSAGE Although current events would seem to indicate that these are parlous times for education in the United States and that some changes in the curriculum and approach to secondary school education may be very much in order, the funda- mental fact remains that it is the duty of every student to take full advantage of his educational opportunities if he is to prove himself a worthy citizen of his country. Anyone who seeks to excuse his own laziness or lack of application by blaming it on the exigencies of modern life should give careful thought to what our ancestors and pioneer builders of our country endured in order to establish a strong republic. Do not you, therefore, in a search for security and a life with- out effort sacrifice your own full development and effectiveness by failing to give your greatest effort to all that education can give you. In aiding you to pre- pare yourself for this important aim, the staff of the Amherst Regional High School has given its best efforts and joins me in wishing you the success and satisfaction that will be yours. 7 Z , ' g 4 ' i i 5 l l U I K! 6 W .,.'. Q24 .i I y a, 1,-4s .Q . 4 1.52. vifhif e, . , .4 15:5 1 14.4 f 1 W 1 4 1 1 ,444444 is h.. ,,.. : . , , , ,, A, QW, 2, N 44.7 l I: 1 fi 112554 - 143' ' L- ,: 335625 4 fix? .LJ ,,fj,,'g, ,... ,, iff, ' 7 14: 5- 4 - 5:-:aw-.:-e'. -L e ra. i 4 fa 4 5 fy Eta I E4 QQ QW? 4 4 75 341521 1 Margaret H. Fulton ELEANOR FILLMORE Guidanceg Assistant Principal University of Massachusetts, B.S. and M.S. MARGARET H. FULTON Suffolk University University of Houston Member of American Library Association Amherst High School Graduate BARBARA ROBINSON Office Assistant Amherst High School Graduate Northampton Commercial College KAY MARTIN School Nurse New England Deaconess, R. N. 4 414. 4 ' 4 ,4 mr 'i Z 4 2 ' 4 444f ,. 4 4' X V! 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Fulton VIORE it Principal achusetts, B.S. and M,3, FULTON ston can Library Association iool Graduate NSON iool Graduate nmercial College 1COI'l6SSv 101111 R- COX Dorothy Furgeson JOHN R. COX English American International College, B.A. DOROTHY EURGESON English Spokane University, B.A. Smith College, M.A. MARY POWERS English and Speech Teachers College of Connecticut, B.S. LAUREL CROUSE English Boston University, BA. ANGELO CORREALE Driver Training Education and Modern Prob- lems Springfield College, B.S. and M.S. "Ni Mary Powers func flaw! i --Q--..f"' flftlrl Laufel CYOUSC Angelo Correale P' J 537. 1' siiiwgfi' ss: Jud. ss., . john Craig xwgy 'F , 4 4 an. H ip ra 'J' ogy Wfilliam F. Freisem Ann B. Hart JoHN CRAIG Commercial and Social Studies American International College, B.S. and M.A. ANN B. HART French. History of Civilization, and United States History and Civics Smith College, BA. NVILLIAM F. FRFISEM United States History and Civics Hamilton College, A.B. University of Pennsylvania, BLA. BETTY JANE DONLEY Latin. German., and Greek Mt. Holyoke. A.B. and M.A. MARILYN JOHNSON French Radcliffe, A.B. Lliddlehury, BLA. Last year taught at the Lycee de Ieunes Filles d'Orleans in France. ZNQERECY NEQUE Ut 'NSULAL REPS PETE rx, . ,M SMX. N -"N-f.. a.-,x- dw,-f""' Betty Jane Donley Marilyn johnson I CA Math oh MIRJ Physi St. L Univ ARD Chen Unite Fello' tio: shi RIG Math Error Univ Nalin M: for DOB Biolo L'I1lYi l B- Hart l Social Studies rational College, Bs and l' ' of Civilization, and United lll.1l V and Civics B.A. iRElSEM ivory and Civics :e. A.B. mnsylvania, MA. DONLEY ind Greek B. and M.A. YN SON lat the Lycee df lem Fines mnce. dffuiilliif C. Arthur Eddy C. ARTHUR EDDY Mathematics Colby College, A.B. MIRIAM SHAW Physics and Mathematics St. Lawrence University, B.S. University of Massachusetts, M.S. and Ph.D. ARTHUR L. SWIFT Chemistry University of Massachusetts, B.S. Fellowship from the National Science Founda- tion in Chemistry at Univ. of New Hamp- shire for the summers of 1957 and 1958. RICHARD JOHNSON Mathematics and Physical Science Emory University, B.A. University of' Massachusetts, M.S. National Science Foundation Scholarship in Mathematics at the University of Vermont for the summer of 1958. DONALD S. LACROIX Biology University of Massachusetts, B.S. and M.S. Miriam Shaw 5 l Arthur L. Swift Richard johnson Donald S. 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R., Schulef CHARLES ABRAMSON Physical Education Springfield College, B.S. BETTY LAWSON Physical Education Sargent, B.S. Springfield College, M.Ed. Betty Lawson ELIZABETH M. FOLEY Shorthand and Typing Salem State Teachers College, B.S.Ed. Boston University, M.S.Ed. IRENE HALE Bookkeeping, Typing, and Business Mathe- matics Salem State Teachers College, B.S.Ed. 1:4--.arg "'M-1-....,.,,,,.. Charles Abramson! y cya 9,- WMM Amr' cis M ,ctw I3 Elizabeth M. Foley Z. 4 . A f 2 Z ws aw ft fl r f ff Irene Hale , W.. ? 'QNKN X X 5 Kg N ssc Vxgw Z - .fs f f c f W '15 a ff Y ,Q . w X Simi-ssrscgeizsggggwf -s 4 c ,X ,,- ,sm V XV' ' 5 Sac Wk . ,fs V ficcxixx ,N N XX N w ssclasmacasssacmsxcws, Mwssswsscawsswz massmasscwmcsmscessms,smearAIN,XceX X T Q .. M W. was Wci..swM.szmcw'Ms:.1SNsW45. c..,sc , f A Mmm -wceatsxxscsrmwws fame? ,, ., ,, , XsxcSamQa:sscc.E, Aff. fix! kr V, V57 ff f H. 4 V-4 fgffisff.-414, A3 'W wif Cf? , Kaffe ' Wife V A fr :!f,,1.,54 .gs , v' 4 A 7? 'K M .., Tai! vi?" fsffafe 1, Q ,MQW ,f ,, .1 W fl f g f Z.. 1:5 Q ..:. N 4ff.W...4,.,.! s I .1-is Mt? .Q . .3 ' an A ya y., 2 : f.is, X ?! . Sq wwf. V, ff ,.,, t -WJ w.e,,,,4..a.V,,l , I I , I -i fffwfewfg .. ...f , .. ,f -50771 'Wffx' .. . -N'vW54'1'7 Q V X 2 X f I 1 f 4 mfg, 1 I Mrs. Romancier Mrs. Thornton Rose Beaumont f W X ,f X W ff Lester Ward Cafeteria Staff: MRS. ROMANCIER MRS. THORNTON LESTER WARD Head Custodian ROSE BEAUMONT Dietitian University of Oklahoma, BS. Cafeteria Staff: MRS. SMITH MRS. HOLMES EUGENE O'NEIL Custodian da 35 the Ti 6 C through th Mrs. Smithi Mrs. Holmes Eugene O'Nei1 W a rd .1 Staff: x OMANCIER 'HORNTON L WARD usrodian lEAl.'MONT rj: of Oklahoma, B.S. Staff: ,ll TH DLMES I O'NElL l . Lf. 'wi-xx Qauwww Txxrs the diy before Chrrstmas and all through the school I' Ah, 2:50 at last! A break between classes. of ff fn Mm fy, if. ,A f :.,,r,g',-I ew.-7 . M . I f ,, ,W , , f-4 ,if vmff-'ff ffm X 7 f , A , 4- , ,Z ,,,f,,, ,, ff,-'M fwf , ,..,,M-W.,,,..,,,-WMMW .w ,J if gy! I l W, V ffl ,Vg Y V 113 lk I5 fl QV X ' ,,' ff f 2"'Zf,'ff 3fl',,: ff Q, , f fffzgf fy , ,f ,Ja f f,f,fMj.,4 f , f y f f ,f-vfwwf 4 X, ,, 7.-,.-'W , ,Q az-K fwffff, fu ' ,, I ffyaiff f' , Nfl, fffff ,f V, ,,f ,40 X, Zy, X46 ff, , , ,, 1 Q f K4 1 f, yf W , ,J-V Wx ffiffkgf ff ffc ff? f ff sf 'X X, 'Y y'NCl Dcsrqmng xx omen The atom boys Check the bulletin board U1 1 l W 1 l N I f ne U DERCLASSM Halls made noisy by underclasses - I7 W 9 . ,,,. fix. MAN!-,"'l f' hifi' .Qi 'IQ T573 L . .:E, is 5, X. S., . -:-,,.,V a,,f,A4 .,.L ,Q ll 1., K f f 'f f W 4 5 Z it J v 42 f lf ff 9 1, f AW M X 'Z ff W4 5' f if V f 1 .sq ff ' f 0 V 4 M, 9 ff, f f I dfiujggwg - .fu A. v SJ ' 'R wg, -If fw fr wwf L-.Q,a.JQ,,,,M4 'Vw . 4' ,Z 4,1 y If aff 5 'Ziyi CLASS OF 760 FIRST ROW: D. Perrigno, M. Dunn, M. Cashman, D. McKie, S. Berry, P. Beck, L. Carey, F. Crowley, S. Grandonico, C. Allen, C. Dihlmann. SECOND ROW: L. Adamites, C. Newport, N. Blasco, S. Pitts, C. Domina, S. Davenport, A. Brown, J. Childs, N. Carpenter, E. Allen. THIRD ROW: K. Bibeau, C. Davis, R. Andrews, L. Pitts, B. Ennis, J. Doktor, B. Dunn, L. Cook, W. Cembalisty, E. Booth, B. Crossmon. ABSENT: R. Cooke, G. Cramer, P. Hanson, M. I-Iatt. l FIRST ROW: G. Hillenbrand, P. janse, V. Keedg G. D ' . Lewis, C. Hanks, J. Hardy, D. Hunt, W. Knightlyi SECO2NCl3e7ROvW.GgutkgEii4eDj Iiegani W J. Lilly, S. Stone, D. Lapinski, P. Levine, J. Kzcowski, E. Rogers, J. Kosloski R Gra' lvl, I3 Idlez 'IILIHQIID RONX11: I61Garris, E. Lachman, C, Horton, B. Goodh-ind, R Kelley iymag, M. Lcooneg . ouston, . igut, M. Malinoski, E. Kuc'nsk'. ABSENT:' R. I-I , ' - t ' . J I. Kosloski, I. Kucinski. I I Hman' R' Klrley' W' Kmghtly' 1 I8 .. Carey, F. -. Newport, . E. Allen. I. Dunn, I.. Hanson, M. W' Hfflflffl' l,00m'?' FIRST ROW: B. Paradise, M. Weir, J. L. Moore, T. Parkinson, F. Shabacker, D. Patnaude, L. Musgrave, B. Meader, M. Post, H. Moriarty, ll. Scarborough. SECOND ROW: E. Reynolds, N. Newell, A. Newton, D. Mathieson, B. Mather, R., Prucnal, S. O'Rourke, P. Russell, S. Payson, R. Petrizzo. THIRD ROW: D. Petrowicz, B. Richardson, M. McGraph, A. Prucnal, J. E. Moore, G. Richason, A. Mathieson, P. Merzbach, K. Rocasah, J. Ostrovvski. ABSENT: D. La- flamme, P. Laurin, T. Martin, R. Otto. FIRST ROXW: E. Winn, R. Zumbruski, J. Wick, E. Trachy, C. Snape, R. Wilson, P, Vendette S. Smith, J. Thompson, I. Rodzwell, C. Pelis. SECOND ROW: W. Stanley, E. Spence J, Tihbetts, D. Sindburg, M. Smith, J. Stevens, E. Weaver, M. L. Weaver A, Newton P Rule N. Waskiewicz. THIRD ROW: B. J. vcfaskiewifz, J. WHIDCI, G. Wnsoh, ic. Vaughan iN. 'Whitey s. Smith, K. Thayer, D. washiewiez, M. frehhey, H. wiikihsoh, c. seymouf. ABSENT. 'H vcfaghef' P. Vfanczyk, S. Watson, J. Woodward. ' I9 We I M' f f i' -i x, Q'f , qA:,1 . i 1... 5,755- " . . gtg 2 iii I I 6516 " E 1: 4 iw .ab-97: I--mf on if gg W i f Q 1 f if , fr M Vx I gd fm,- SQ6 JJQQY f I f i 67 4. , ZW M Qs. 2, I Z ff 9 A ff Ki fy' , 93 , 4 4 2, ' Z 97 ' f ,X f 'Q J W 1 W X X I it 14---Wfw,fm.m,z.S.,,..w f. . 1 f,,.,4 .16 f ,W t f if f f f ff y f 04 ' of a. KV J. t CLASS OF '61 - - ' d S. Spakowski, D. FIRST ROW: P. Southwick, P. Vernell, R. Vincent, J. Vlada, T- TICHUU, v Wyman J, Russell, 'S. Sayer, A. Sapia. SECOND ROW: S. King, Spellmfftli, S' TCICIWUCI, 5- Lilly Si. Smith V. Ward, P. Thomson, E. Wentworth, A. Waskiewicz, K' W1U5f0U, R- Stffmge' THIRD ROWi J. Norton, M. J. Neideck, J. Weaver, s. Mageomeil, R- Searle, L- Wllllamg W. Van Oudenhove, L, Thorndike, K. Scarborough, H. Wills. ABSENT: C. Beaumont, - Brown, N. Cook. . tvs. 15 l wwfismmn uvz'r"'f' wmv 'wz W N . FIRST ROW: S. Miazga, C. O'Rourke, N. Newell. J, Langford, A. Morris, N. Markert, J. Poor, D. Wright, E. Kenseth, R. Kidder. SECOND ROW: F. Swartz, T. Rule, M. A. Ostrowski, J. Mikalunos, S. Patrick, A. Potter, P. Madden, M. Kurrier, A. Lapworth, C. Labonti. THIRD ROW: E. Plourd, M. Quinlan, S. Page, S. Rogers, L. Lashway, C. Meader, L. Matuszko, N. Rule, R. Owen, B. Livingston. ABSENT: C. Powers, D. Russell, S. Shaw. zo , akowskl, D. FIRST ROW: G. Goodnow, S. Jacque, R. Howard, D. Grow, J. Kates, B. Doherty, C. Gianarkos, Tflfhmffr S- C. DuBose, C. Andrews, S. Harvey, D. Hankinson, L. Grybko. SECOND ROW: A. Foden, A. R- Slfaflge- French, R. Fishel, I. Grose, E. Goodrich, P. Hendrickson, J. Fishel, W. Hewlett, K. Gilbert, B. .. Williams, Goodwin, K. Hawthorne, J. Hurston. THIRD ROW: R. Goetzel, S. Joy, R. Cobbs, A. Guest, W. caumont, S. Hill, J. Harris, R. Ives, A. Jacque, F. Bartus, M. Johnson, ABSENT: V. DuBois, N. Kowal, J. Kuzmeski. FIRST ROXYI: D. Chaffee, L. Black, R. Fifield, D. Barton, AI. Aldrich, L. Bacon, R, Basara, M Casey. L. Briggs, L. Crossman, D. Ashley, H. Benoit. SECOND ROW: J. Kamensky, K. Dziuba t L, Kirley. R. Backe, J. Davis, S. Bridges, D. Bysiewski, Z. Cordy, D. Ennan, S. Cunningham, D X: Mgrliffgkiy Crichfield. D. Birge. THIRD ROXW: R. Dunn, L. Campbell, S. Coe, C. Dudley, R, Campbell, D . O5tr0xEJRD Barksdale. M. Basile. E. Cramer, R. Smith. D. Pratt, F. Adams, D, Lego. ABSENTQ F, Tgdd, C bonu, TH N' Tower. E. Yifeaver. S. Whitcomb. I Matusllfoi 2 I R. Wilson, President, N. Houston, Secretary, Mr. Craig, Adviser, S. O'Rourke, Vice President, D. Lapinski, Treasurer. E. Kenseth, Secretary, R. Fishel, Treasurer, Mr. F ' Ad' - E President, C. O'Rourke, President. relsemi Vlseri V' Ward, Vice 22 JUNIORS GOOD MONEY MAKERS Noted for its size, the Class of '60 has proven itself to be one of the most financially successful classes ever in A.R.H.S. Most of its activities forthe past year were concentrated on swelling its treasury. In October the juniors staged an unusually successful paper drive, while November kept them busy with the junior class cake auction and a semi-for- mal dance. Besides its fund raising campaigns, the Class of '60 participated in all of the school activities. The members revived the tradition of a junior class play and in November produced the entertaining "You Can't Take It With Youf' Mem- bers of the class are outstanding in music, sports, and scholastic ability. This sum- mer one junior Will spend his vacation with a family of another country. FROSH LEARN FAST Energetic as well as original, the Class of '61 headlined its program for the year with Slave Day, an activity inherited from this year's graduating class. The appropriately named "Ball and Chain Hopi' immediately followed this day of toil. In january a "Caveman's Hop" was held, and a bottle drive and a second Slave Day materialized in the spring. The freshman class reported these projects as highly successful. Among their other ac- tivities they entered a float in the Booster Day Parade, which proclaimed the merits of grinding up the foe. I 1 my-f,Ns.,a.,,wv-fi:-W.wwXf-v-ww--M W- ---4-,- - ---- g I UNIO11 3 G11 sro ll Num for . Mllllllll 1 . 'ls Size i llholefl itself to gels llltrtf arrcrnlly Succ one ful I lllri x.H.S, XI ess , flsset 1: scar host M1111-ll . ere Q0 'lll'fll111. :tc-asury. ln 0CtldhhIiiElqlo11m,EE un usunllt' Sllfcesgful 6 1111111111 11. lo Norembefk Plltr l mr class Ellie ahli1llemgh111. dance. 11 lcsrclcs its fund raisingcam . as of '6 -- . llhhi . I participated 111 311011 ml actmties. Tho Ulflllhefs W1 tradition of 21 junior dass PM November produced the entertiii u Qnt Take It With You." ll? ot the class are outstandinginmit cs, and scholastic ahility.This1t one junior will spend his 111111 1 family of another country. 11115 J H LEARN FAST .. 15,5 Chr . 1 11 as Oflglnai lr the ,,fC215hle, mo.. gchhadlined 1tS Pfogii 'hlrerrttt 1 l 'th Slave DHY1 an almllilass lli -his 1ear's Sfadllltmg All llh 1 rl named Biil1iidd111f "Ml - 1 follow H11"11 n1med1atCal',1Ca11cm2lli1 1 recoil jgngrilgottle drrtfethinspdngl nl erialilfd In se Pfolellii M. mat reported thfhkir Othefot ' laS5 stt fl fess Amillgt in the Bofirgi guCC dgfol dthglll 1.11 W1 111111111 rhlf dc. W .1 ng! UP ll 6 f0C. h l . Ou Armyr-at1or1S are r g .ami Ship ah0Yl ter SPQCQ' - from OU InVaS1OI'1 1 wg-- Going, Going, Gone' , ,X , , 1' 4 x ,.1 1 G , ' ' 1 KV ,. 'j !.?'.- av 1 1 ,W 1' i 1 ' 1 1 11 1 f A 'rt far 1 3 11 1 LM. 2 Er 5 1 F 1 X . It - 3 ,M ,.s, J 1 M14 1 . . 1 X if WNW 115 . . 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WMWW3 1,1 1111 , V, , 1 D A '5 man. 4. 11111-11 23 Q een of the Senior Pfom .1 u 1 . f A 24 i , , , , A A ,I ,1 , m , , ,, , M , CTIVITIES Extra! Extra! Clubs and games! Extra! Extra! Guys and dames! 25 FIRST ROW: W, Nanartonis, W. O'Brien, D. Hanscom, C. Smith, W. Richters, M. Gervickas, B. Cole, J. Doherty, C. Matuszko, K. Watson, P. Joy. SECOND ROW: Zumbruski, Cembalisty, C. Allen, R. Prucnal, T. Martin, S. Smith, T.. Parkinson, R. Wilson, C. Domina, D. Patnaude. THIRD ROW: Coach C. Abramson, D. Maia, R. Basara, L. Briggs, E. Market, E. Plourd, J, Hurston, Coach A. Correale. ABSENT: R. Maia, N. Thorshaug, J. Davis. HURRICANES TIE FOR SECOND This season's Hurricanes blew hot and cold. Under the new coaches, Opponents A7?2he"ff Angelo Correale and Charles Abramson, the team compiled five and Frontier Reg1Ona1 ------ ----- 0 14 three record and finished tied for second place in the Intercounty Arms ----------,n--------.-' -uhlh 6 8 league.. Off to a quick' start, Amherst won the first four contests, Mahar Regi 01131 -uiuni ----- 1 2 14 including important verdicts over Arms Academy and Mahar Regional. South Ha 11161, -hwli .'-- 0 19 Losses to Williamstown in the annual Booster Day game and to Ware -------'---.'--'- .'-.- 2 4 14 Ware and Murdock, however, eliminated the Hurricanes from the Murdock ---.- ---1- 2 6 12 league title race. Lucuow ----.....-- -'-- 2 11 Some fine individual performances highlighted the games this W1111amStOWn ---'--- '-'-'. 1 8 14 year. Unforgettable is Niel Thorshaugs 65 yard kick-off in the Mahar game. In a poll of sportswriters and newscasters throughout the county, Bill Nanartonis, one of the Amherst eleven, was awarded honorable mention on the annual Prep All-American football team. Bill, winning further recognition, was also chosen by intercounty football coaches for the All-County football team. 26 P41 ti,-yr Line gets ready. i f WWW vi. Gervickas, Lmbruski, W, C. Domina, s. E. Marketh s. z f Y f .,,. is 1 .W 7 4 wp , V Q 5 f .1 gap 'iv . z, zzz. k -Qaygni. NH 1 ,AA M. ' 29 ' X, ,WM i , wc i q , ii E w IY44 Xll. ' z 71176751 A, Coaches uncover dummy. 014 S 12 14 g. 0 l9 TQ 24 14 26 N 11 18 14 , 2 Backfield pose. 3 f ,E sf 1: ,. L. X The toughening-up process. 27 . 9 f f 3 71 'W f 7 ff f af 'M 2 ff 4 024 W 4 f W 4 , f ' I , W1 7 f ,f ' ff f 9 4 gf, 49 Aa - 142.4 '.,fz,,f' , fy? ff 4 f W 1 , ,X f 2 ff' X ff, WW! Z, ff! ' 4 Ci f 7 4 f Q casey ff W if f if fp? 7 f My W 7 ' M522 , IM' 4 ,, , A f l . f I AWW ff ff . ff' 424 ,.g' ft 'iff 1552 I I an A g fn C +V ,f Vffi Wm X In 4 ,i it 2 ' Q . , il , 's ,ef V ,.... ' ,, ef, ,sg .5-1 . 4 1 - . ' f'1. 15:71 Ci 5j,yEi . f11,,,w4 'Q fiftffg I A...,, -A, 3.54. f 10 .M -L1.1 i FIRST ROW: C. Andrews, C. Matuszko, W. O'Brien, D. Hanscom, R McCullough N Thors- haug, F. Crowley. SECOND ROW: Manager B. Herman, T. Parkinson, DR. Wilson, Allen, E. Trachy, C. O'Rourke, Manager P. Simmons. Oppofzenff West Springfield A gawam ............... Ware ........... ...... Mahar Regional ....... South Hadley ........ St. Michael's ..... Smith Academy . Hopkins ............ Pioneer Regional Frontier Regional Arms Academy ....... South Hadley ..... St. Michael's .... Smith Academy . Hopkins ................ Pioneer Regional Frontier Regional Arms Academy .. AMHERST BASKETEERS TAKE HAMPSHIRE LEAGUE TITLE Amberfl 30 49 34 46 32 54 31 68 40 48 29 56 42 51 49 65 29 46 26 69 57 44 75 61 26 62 47 54 56 70 24 60 33 56 41 42 Repeating the '58 winning streak, the Hurricanes emerged the winners of the Hampshire League with a 12-2 record. The quinffif also played four schools outside the league and compiled a final record of sixteen wins against two losses. The Hurricanes were invited to compete this year in the role of defending champions in the Small Schools Tournament. Starting fast, the basketeers compiled ten straight victories before dropping a game to Arms Academy. Playmaker Bob Wilson h2lViUg been injured in the Frontier game, the Hurricanes lost one more game before retaliating to finish the season without another defeat. With the Amherst gym packed, the last game of the year against ArmS Academy was a tense and climactic contest. Coming from ten points behind in the last three minutes, the Arms quintet almost forced overtime, but lost the chance when their last foul shot went wide. With the final score 42-41 the Amherst team celebrated the end of an almOSf perfect season. 28 W o ttf, ii. I Q Finishing ol wins, tl compiled a three lossen UH the av Opponents shooting a year promi Oppozzeizii West Ware I South Had Saint Mich Smith Ac, Pl0I1eer R Arms Ara Stluth Ha Smith AQ H0PkiI1s P. Flllllepl. Re flllltlef R Arms Ara H, N. Thors- C. Allen, E. I i hi the Hurricanes emergedii., . nn rh a 12.2 rewfd' quiiiil A com If A . league and' nesllwere invite! fnca 'CS' The Hu ions in lhf Smlu iending Champ . - bel0lf . rClf0fl6S traight U. havin! led ten 5 Wilsofl f Plflllmker Boi one more . Hurriwles 105 deleal- W 1 , tanolhef ,tmili 1 wirhou , agiilm the yeclf Olin ,imc of , fromtenli Coming ,i nr Ofllfst' 'mel Amo, nil hi! Arms Went lf ir last foul Shi end of an lm n cclcbfaffdt 3' 03 f AQKAX K' if S-:MAHEP3 32 FIRST ROW: E. Market, W. Hewlett, C. O'Rourke, N. Thorshaug, F. Crowley, D Enman C. Andrews. SECOND ROW: Manager B. Herman, M. Quinlan, S. Teichner, D. Waskiewicz J. Davis, T. Martin, Manager P. Simmons. JUNIOR VARSITY COMPILES 10-3 RECORD Finishing the season with an admirable series of wins, the junior edition of the Hurricanes compiled a final record of ten wins against three losses. The junior varsity team scored on the average 45 points a game while the opponents were held to 27 points. The sharp shooting and top-notch spirit evidenced this year promise another successful season in 1960. O,D,D01ze12f.r Amfoerff Wfest Springfield ..... 38 32 Wfare .................. .,,. 1 5 44 South Hadley ...... .... 3 O 33 Saint Michaels ..... .... 2 6 42 Smith Academy ..... .... 3 8 55 Pioneer Regional ..... 14 26 Arms Academy ..... .... 2 3 53 South Hadley 45 37 Smith Academy ..... .... 4 2 37 Hopkins Academy .... .... 1 7 63 Pioneer Regional ..,... .... 2 2 67 Frontier Regional ...,. ..... 2 8 41 Arms Academy ..... .... 1 2 5 5 29 It's Hanscom's ball Wxw fi Aa ,,2' ! Q2 'ZW l 1 1 1 1 ge 2 ' sg gb . QV, il .A 6 fl Qkef x rag? 6 5 ,jf 5 f E 4 6 E - V' 1-mr 'Las' iff' 5:11, 1 5' ,. -'iff-2 .ZZ w w? R, 4.1 f f 9 fx Q .X ff , ..., 1fa1s, 'Q' 49 w 5 H 1 1 915 R5 I ' R ::- 5 -f........ N., x-':.. :" 'Y "" q::: If www ' 'I ' ' " '-fx W. 2 I lflg 'N -,Y A x v QNX fx. Q xx cf X 1 . QE 'S Y X . A . ff N Nw 5:3215 X fx N AX 4 W , ,X vw 3 xxx 1 N1 Q Q, X 4' P-16 s XX Q X Ir. 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'1 '12 - . im 'i HM L -C . .1 1 0 , 1411, Alu- fs 55 V- -., A pf A 1 4 Y EP' , fl kfiiilrdi ' f, -'-- ZW' 0 4 N 1 - 'L Elma fy .. nw -.4 kdm - XL! mmf f .. , I' - V6 got lt' ' 5 . 1 S1 -f f fw aw K Xf W , - HANSCO - 1 '2 ' jg, I 'fC:'.' kv' ff me,-1 ' A NEILS TI-IORSI-IAUG , 'fm , -N WILLIAM o'BRii5N edggimi itdwvd is ffl Z1 E fr Z 552: ZDAVID H Another rebound for Amherst. ATHLETES WILL MISS MANAGER Although he was never seen on the diamond, the basketball floor, or the football field, Steve Dimock, '59 graduate, will be sorely missed by the athletic department next year. Steve was the man behind the scenes, having served as head manager of the football, basketball, and baseball teams as a senior and a junior and as an assistant manager in his freshman year. The position of manager, although receiving little recognition and glory, is nevertheless a vital and responsible one. As manager, Steve kept the Pep Club informed as to lineups of the teams, kept records of game scores and individual as well as team achievements, and assumed responsibility for the schools equipment. Steve, an honor student, also found time for other school activities and in his junior year was chosen as the Boy's State representa- tive from Amherst. 19 LV 1 Dave is handy with the high ones STEVE DIMOCK FIRST ROW: R. McCullough, T. Patrick, V. Tidlund, E. Peterson, T. Webber, C. Rogers, W. O'Brien, K. Clark. SECOND ROW: Coach A. Johnston, W. Ennis, J. Hardy, S. Smith, R. Prucnal, T. Martin, B. Cole, B. Lewis, Assistant Coach R. Johnson. THIRD ROW: Manager S. Dimock, C. Allen, T. Prucnal, T. Parkinson, F. Crowley, M. Gervickas, Assistant Coach B. Verpazziani. AIVIHERST NINE TAKE TITLE For the second straight year Amherst Regional swept through the Hampshire league schedule undefeated. Under the fine coaching of Alex Johnston and his assistant, Richard johnson, the Hurricanes compiled a record of seventeen victories and two losses, having played four -schools outside the league. Hard hitting combined with strong pitching was an important factor which helped Amherst win the Hampshire league title. Smith Academy Frontier Regional Hopkins Cathedral Life is real life is earnest Classical Brattleboro ............,,,,....,.,............... -. Opponenlf Amherrt Northhampton ........ ..... 9 10 Pioneer Regional ..... .... O 5 Turners Falls ........... .... 9 12 Commerce .... 3 12 Classical .... -- ....... 10 1 Brattleboro ........ ..... I 2 Arms Academy ...... ...... 1 6 Pioneer Regional ..... ...... 1 3 Smith Academy ...... ..... 2 8 Frontier Regional ,.,., ...... 1 3 Hopkins ............,.. ..... 3 4 Arms Academy ...... ...... 1 4 Cathedral ..,,...,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,....,........... 2 1 HN ROW Illlil ROW In 3 Shlfl 5915011 0 tht rarity mm lm winilmg side with to its tredit. The d, peually Outstanding. Pllfnts were held to mlllll while the Au writ on to me 3 llmls. lll9Hl0Slgmin2 Stag ' FMS the first mnlief Regio al n slronggllardin . nghilll lo gikq ll last ui td th Fm her S3 l PQ m0XQmm1 'R 4 7 + Had ' fi ' ,,,,I,-,-,-,,-.,.,,,,.,,,,,,,... 0 1-1 Q nu 1 L ' ' ' ,,,,-----,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,.... 0 5 ill int, gm - -.-.--..---- 'H------------------U ----- '.-- 2 3 ,. . . , . . H I "" W' - --hhi----.--..--'-..-..-...--q----w.--- 2 10 32 545317 C. Rogers, S. Smith, ': Manager Coach B. hire league 5 assistant, fs and tW0 ibined with Hampshire Amhefrt 9 10 0 5 9 12 5 12 in ,.... 10 1 1 2 1 6 1 3 2 8 1 5 3 4 1 4 2 1 H ,..., 4 7 .. 0 11 2 5 O 5 10 2 FIRST ROW: P, Grybko, L. janse, L. Cary, .B. Thorpe, B. Boicourt, S. Guyott. SECOND ROW: E. Lachman, N. Waskiewicz, S. Fitts, N. Blasko, J. L. Moore, S. Burke, .M. Cashman. THIRD ROW: N. Houston, S. O,Rourke, D. Keegan, L. Carey, S, Berry, B. Paradise. FOURTH ROW: Coach E. Lawson. VARSITY SCORES 254 POINTS In a short season of seven games the varsity team leaned toward the winning side with four victories to its credit. The defense was es- pecially outstanding, and the op- ponents were held to a total of 165 points while the Amherst forwards went on to score a total of 254 points. The most exciting game of the season was the first contest against Frontier Regional. Although the strong guarding kept the score tied right up to the final whistle, the squad tasted its first defeat when the Frontier six scored an addition- al point in overtime. jump! Opponents Pioneer Regional Northampton ............. .... Frontier Regional Pioneer Regional Frontier Regional ' v St. Michael s ........... ..... Northampton .... Amlaerrt 32 39 14 31 18 17 24 56 52 18 15 67 50 26 .,. JUDY WILSON iw .,-I -1fgX3,Wx4,W 0' BQIWIII A --.1 '-v9'4v5 f fI.,,.,.M A w MARIE MUSHENSKI Y- BETTE THORPE LOUISE CARY , 9 . 1 AZ .,.. gf .MM f 17 Z if ? YQ X if 4 Jw X 9 fm le Q f f M 1 X f 4-' A! QV ff AV fx V7 fx f f I 2 X if ff ,MW A f BARBARA BOICOURT f , Qi B W4 I . 'L mi! 1133 Isl' ml-4 AIIIUEYI 7' f " ,, ik u -- ' '...- . A IIEQIIICIUHICK Lu I ,J , I, -1-Q, M Qgwr f -'-.:-- .11 Niki L Q5 . ., . EVERLY THORNTON LINDA JANSE 45,4 ff? 3 R If wa, ,af , Va.: , .mf 2 X if 'WWWG Q1 2 www M7 V I My PATRICIA GRYBKO SANDRA GUYOTT PAULINE sTosz 15.553111 hush! 3 ans: A QAM xl fu FIRST ROW: E. Cramer, M. Ostrowski, S. Patrick, S. Miazga. SECOND ROW: P. Stosz, M. Mushenski, B. Thornton, J. Wilson, R. Britt. THIRD ROW: E. Kenseth, E. Booth, G. Jacque, A. Mathieson, S. Smith, J. Lilly. FOURTH ROW: Coach E. Lawson, C. Beaumont, S. King, J. Russell, N. Rule, K. Hawthorne. JUNIOR VARSITY LOSES ONLY ONE Although handicapped by a short season and playing only once Opponefztf a week, the junior Varsity gained valuable experience and displayed Pioneer Regional much potentiality. Scoring an average of 25' points a game, the junior Northampmn ' varsity team finished its season with six wins and one loss. F . R . 1 NTON rontier egiona .... BEVERLY THOR - Pioneer Regional ..... 'WS za i P :F Frontier Regional ...... St. Michaelis ........... Northampton ..... A sT0 SZ N... ,. , 95? ly A .. If Sheila, Linda beseech the gods. Linda to the rescue. Amhemf 8 22 14 16 5 18 7 59 15 14 10 48 13 14 35 l VARSITY Opponents ,qmhem Arms ......, ,--.- 3 17 Arms ............,, ,,,,.-. 1 1 10 Northampton ,,,,,,.,-,., 2 12 Northampton ,,,,,,.--,-. 2 15 Frontier Regional ....,. 0 16 Pioneer Regional .,.,,,,, 5 23 X f 'aa FIRST ROW E Emery E Wentworth K Doktor S Allen C Garvey B jantz D Owen 'A I - a - 3 ' J ' 9 ' 9 ' 7 ' ' ' SECOND ROW: B. Paradise, L. Cary, B. Thornton, Coach E. Lawson, J. L. Moore, L. Carey, 1 1 . ,K J. Wilson, C Horton SOFTBALL TEAMS 1958 HAVE BUSY SEASON Due to the strong pitching,' hard hitting, and fine defensive Work, the Varsity softball team completed its schedule suffering only one defeat. Amherst averaged 15.5 points a game and held its opponents to only 4.7 points. The junior varsity softball team scored decisive victories over its opponent, Northampton. FIRST ROW: C. Pel sEcoND ROW: E. Lachman, B. Pa d' A. M 11" ' ' ' ' ' ' Houston, G. Jacque, B. Goodhind, C. Horltfmlsei at lesoni S' Guyott' Coach E' Lawson' N' is, J. Doktor, S. Fitts, S. Berry S O'Rourke E Crossman E Winn ELISE EMERY JUNIOR VARSITY Opponefzzff Amflffffi Northampton .... ..... 4 54 Northampton ..........-- 4 11 l 1 IJ G l llllll Hlllll WDCROS 1 Renew mm -ui . UL ' tht tall and Um mai Mlmllm Diem tmmpptllxfgd zz ltlrfkd Bmw ll lmmmud - I tlqomwnrl 'IS 1 VARSITY OPP0'201ztr Arms A"'bfm Arms ......... 8 N NOrd1HIDPton-Q-i--Ti" H In NorthaII1Pton 2 I2 Frontier Regional ........ 2 ia 0 16 Pioneer Regional x , ' f 5 K N Ng!! Y 1 , 1 , 1 .gi 2 i P 2 5 I Q H-ISE EMERY ' Awww O,?j0Wf'- 4 S YQ-rilfnpon 4 N - . .-ton Nefinfllf Q i T Q i TRACK . Xe Q ,X K x S S Y 3 S ,x G. Goodnow, M. Smith, D. Patnaude, D. Waskiewicz, P. Beck, W. Nanartonis, P. Morin. INTEREST REVIVED IN TRACK AND CROSS COUNTRY Renewed interest and participation marked the track and cross country season this year. Making a reappearance in the sports schedule, the track team boasted seven members. This year Fred Bremmer, a former track star from the Midwest, was hired to coach track and cross country. CROSS COUNTRY 37 M. Smith, P. Morin, P. Beck, G. Goodnow S Grandonico 5, MCCune S. Guyott J. Farrar iff: THREE MAJORETTES HEAD PARADES Although diminished in number, this yearls ma- jorettes, under the leadership of Pat Grybko, were just a snappy and spirited as their predecessors. They marched at football games and entertained during halftime at the home basketball games. Receiving group lessons once a week from Mr. Jensen, the three twirlers spent many hours rehearsing for a fine show- ing at the three spring competition events. The Majorette Corps became a part of the music program in 1950 when Dr. Schuler joined the Am- herst faculty. Since that time they have played an important part in adding color and drama to the sports events. Especially notable has been their ap- pearance at the Western Massachusetts Small School Tournament. Since their debut, the Amherst Major- ettes have won several honors. In the Eastern State Twirling Competition the Majorette Corps of '58 captured two first prizes and one second. P. Grybko, M. Fitts, S. Fitts. Tile: ifsa P, 5 4 l iii-3 .,. ,Y ,. ,. .-.Q - '--' r ,a A un-41 Qfflf' 2522 31 ZITI!! I Q 5512 at :mg -""' lllul0'l"'90"' VARSITY DES CHEER SQUAD 1 1 J' Farm D. Keegan R. Owen E. Rozwenc CHEER SQUADS DO MORE IN 959 In addition to their usual duties at football and basketball games, the cheerleaders took part as a group in other fitts- activities this year. They sponsored an alumni basketball game in February, and the senior members of the squad helped their class organize a dance in honor of the basketball team. Their smart new uniforms and clever routines added color and spirit to rallies and games. The junior varsity squad introduced a new system this year in having a different captain for each game, giving each member this experience and responsibility. They also substituted on the varsity squad whenever there was need. FIRST ROW: K. Dziuba, s. Miazga, B. Gooahmd. SECOND ROW: s. Page P. Rule J. Vlach, B. Doherty. ' ' 39 R FIRST ROW: M. johnson, P. Hendrickson, L. Cary, R. McCullough, Mr. johnson, adviser, N. Neet, L. Janse, M. Basile. SECOND ROW: C. O'Rourke, R. Wilson, C. Domina, T. Parkinson, V. Sahla, S. O'Rourke, C. Vaughan. THIRD ROW: V. Ward, R. Fishel, D. Lapinski, N. Houston, P. Toy, E. Emery, E. Kenseth, G. Wilson. ABSENT: W. O'Brien, N. Cook. STUDENT COUNCIL HEARD FROM Establishing student patrols, organizing class elections in the fall, and guiding parents at the night school class session were three of the many services performed by the Council this year. To better inform the student body on the activities and problems discussed at the Wednesday Council meetings, the home room representatives spent an extended homeroom period the following day outlining the problems, answering questions, and taking suggestions. The annual Valentine dance, "The March of Hearts Through the Tunnel of Love Singing MY Funny Valentine Part II" added to the treasury and helped PHY for the award given by the Coun- cil to the best "all-around senior boy and girl." Elmet guards the corridors. VW 40 mist ROW: R E. Kenseth, T- ' M. Casey, J- L- K. Bibeau, B. F6 Iantosra, E. Rozwf l LE . as N. Neet, L. janse, M. Basil. rs, C. Vaughan. THIRD R0ll':V. QT: W. O'Brien, N. C0011 ROM rarents at the night Schoolday :er inform the student lull ll . room representatives Spfflll - t' ns. lemons, and faking suglesio viilifr flll The annsalf lleflrts Thfllih o I . .Thi M215 of Love Sirrgrnldgfg , n "r :hc UValentinePartl W rftinfn' and hrllf ' ro the Ueasjllryiven bl the Collli for the awhl?stg'allfar0lmd sen tg the. H bbw' and girl' if V fn . L- ss FIRST ROW: R. French, 1. Kates, N. Newell, J. Childs, D. Lapinski, W. O'Brien, P. Loy, Mr. Crouse, adviser, N. Neet, J. Julian E. Kenseth, T. Webber, D. Casey, G, Goodrich. ECOND ROW: S. Smith, A. Jacque, B. Paradise, S. Joy, E. Lachman, S. Martell M. Casey, J. L. Moore, J. Farrer, I, Kzcowski, C. Dudley, J. Stevens, A. Lapworth, L. Bacon, D. Grow, L. Ianse. THIRD ROW K. Bibeau, B. Ferrigno, B. Livingston, L, Mason, N. Newell, P. Williams, S. Spakowski, R. Owen, M. Kammski, S. Davenport, B Iantosca, E. Rozwenc, K. Benoit, H. Benoit. SCHOOL NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED Under the direction and supervision of Editor Nancy Neet, the Graphic staff published eight newspapers this year. Aside from the., actual newspaper work, the staff...-solicited for local ad- vertising and sponsored many fund- raising activities. In December, the members initiated a come-dressed-alike dance, called the "Twin Trot." Graphic reporters noted that approximately 70 percent of those attending were dressed as twins. During the baseball season the Graphic worked with the Class of '59 to make Spring weekend a success. The Graphic Business Staff also added to the bank account by managing the sale of refreshments at home games through- out the year. An active club in school, the Graphic entered a float in the . Booster Day Parade entitled "Pen 'em Downf, Joni after the news. 4I 7 -A DRAMA CLUBS ENTERTAIN A. B. H. S. Or anized in three separate groups, the school's actors and actresses joined in producing 3 six plays this year. For the Christmas assembly Thespian Troupe 1333, the honor drama club, pantomimed "The Little Match Girlf, As their entry in the one-act play competition, the members of the Troupe enacted "The Monkeyls Paw." The proceeds from a block dance in October enabled the club to see Look Homeward, Angel" last fall and another Broadway production in the spring. In addition to sponsoring the Thespian Society, Mr. Cox was also adviser to Drama Club I, whose performances in- cluded "The Storm," presented for a school assembly, and "The Importance of Being Ernestf, A third drama group was organized this year, Drama Club II, advised by Mrs. Powers. Calling themselves the "Scene Stealersf the members of this group produced two one-act plays, "Oh Baby" and "Tell Dorie Not to Cryf, TI-IESPIAN TROUPE 1333 FIRST ROW: - , . Thorpe. SECOIEIDMIIQDWSQ: JR J' Smith' Mf- COX, adviserg S. Smith, B. Boicourr, B. Musgrave, W. Richtersl THIRD RO6U.I.EDokto1', I. Farrar, S. O'RourkC, C. Vaughan, I.. ' ' HHHSOH, L- Gaffii S. Guyott, E. Rozwenc, D. Ferrigno, B. Mather, M, Simpson. 42 Iw' X M, r l l i 4 la ip l l if 15' ll li if in iorjgx if i Exile. P. llz. 11.2 . V ll, llgir. N. llijrzi X.Xewell.l.l1Ef:1 2 llllM CLUB H i , . 1. S. in Pr0dL1Clng 6 hOI101- 5, th 2 one-act Play The Pfflceedg 1: AUge1y, last ROHSOIIHE The rlormarices in. ance Of Being lb Hi advised of gfgup .-V.,,, ,.,.. . ,. K Q5-X ,- ,,,, , , , .V .P T -'Qfgk . X. W. f.,, , . C. , .rs . .. . T .xxixv X 'Q i fhff mf-. . Q X .XLS W.. ,wr If ii Q1 x wk DRAMA CLUB I FIRST ROW: K. Bibeau, C. Pelis, I. If. Moore, D. Lapinski, Mr. Cox, adviser, J. Lilly, S. Burke, P. Williams, S. Sayer. SECOND ROW: S. Smith, D. Enman, D. Patnaude, G. Goodrich, M. Weir, N. Market, W. Hewlett, R. Ives, C. Andrews. THIRD ROW: L. Garris, S. Davenport, N. Newell, L. Lashway, E. Lachman, B. Paradise, S. King, D. Ferrigno. B. nh. C Wu i ,Y J' OZW 1 ...ull 1 R S . enf D DRAMA CLUB II FIRST ROXW: I. Russell, S. Patrick, J. Vlach, S. McConnell, S. Rogers. SECOND ROW: Z 50ic0Ufl' Cordy, M. Casey, C. Dudley, J. Pishel, N. Spelman. hail 43 ,' ' f V w , f KW WW,W,,,...l. E FIRST ROW: P. French, R. McCullough, J. Langford, Miss Donley, adviser, E. Hanson, D. Hosford, P. Hannigan, J. Wyman. SECOND ROW: B. Mitchell, B. Boicourt, S. Martell, N. Neet, I.. janse, L. Cary, S. Mather, J. Yegian. THIRD ROW: J. Morris, P. Loy, C. Spindler, E. Emery, 1. Smith, M. Whitney. TWENTYIWHNTSINHIELHHBUJTY In Mr. Oliver's absence, Miss Donley served as adviser to the Pro Merito members this year. Tentatively elected in the junior year, the members with a total of twenty points were permanently admitted to the Pro Merito Society upon the completion of the fourth term in the senior year. Following the practice of inviting honor roll students to speCi21l term programs, Pro Merito held its first meeting in November at which Dr. Plough spoke on his recent trip to the Soviet Union and his impressions of the Russian youth. In December the Pro Merit0 members invited several graduates of the class of '58 to participatC in a panel discussion on college. As in past years, Pro Merito members enjoyed the privileges Of Pefmanent library passes and two sets of textbooks. Access to the teachers' lunch line was a new privilege granted to Pro Merito th1S year. THIS is a Pro Merito privilege? L f ,l .1 in r 1 1 l r lllll l0W: N. 'lhh 5. llllicr, P. Fmll. D. ll Urpmter, ll Imig I1 R IRSN The ij lil li worlz in lille. This mt-aa. llmrshtug from Nm ll Hhnu, asouimnbffolfik llll eve to fume to Aura i ilUll80n fithjgh it N X 44 V ' .M ,. g.. .... ...,. 1 .. .g . -. . .... -- .,- --W-F XX' P.,-L P. Hannigan, J. Wyman. SEC0ll HRD ROW: J. Morris, P- ION .ITY Pr r served as adviser to me .. rlq , the iuniof yer elf elefffd In dmjrri i ts were Permanently ah ter 00m L i comPleti0f1 of the fowl Q honor IOH Swienrrorfemberll . - 1 , ,J s first meeting Soviet Unl0f' im mp to miner the PIO .h In Decem '58 to Prrllflli if the claSS of V riW'ilegES . d rhCP ,. embers Cflloye ks ACCC55'wH. ,S of rexrbov 'PIO Merrw' Sf d to rite r'ilcgC gm Q E X r i i i O6 is 1. . . sas FIRST ROW: N. Thorshaug, A. Brown, M. Whitney, Mr. Freism, adviser, D. Lapinski, N. Houston, R. Wilson. SECOND ROW S. Mather, P. French, D. Mathieson, R. French, D. I-Iosford, G. Wilson, P. Hannigan. THIRD ROW: M. Post, S. Davenport, N Carpenter, M. Loomis, B. Ferrigno. A. F. S. BRINGS 'NORWEGIAN STUDENT T O AMHERST The chief purpose of the Foreign Relations Club has been its work in association with the American Field Service. This nationwide program enabled Niels Peter Thorshaug from Norway to spend the school year at A.R.H.S. A qualified junior will go to Europe this summer as our member of the exchange program. The club hopes that eventually more than one foreign student will be able to come to Amherst, thus increasing international under- standing on the high school level. A 45 NEILS THORSHAUG we W ya, M 97, 5 ' W af' f Wkf if f , 'lson J. Norton, E. HHHSOH, 1RsT ROW: B. c aa, s. Brown, J. Hardy, J- Langford. R W1 Q , E. Snape, M. HolddrTS1g1ECOND ROW: D. Wyman, D. Hankmson, R. Kidde-E, 5- QVYIIEZQBDE- Boicourt, M, McGarth, B. J. Waskiewicz, J- E- 'Moore' THIRD, ROW: I-124363, 'J 'pishel J' G. Richason, H. Wilkinson, B. Moore, S. Smith, K. Kucinski FOUR - - a - Harris, L. Briggs. ABSENT: N. Cook. BAND NEWLY UNIFORMED In the Memorial Day parade the Band made its first appearance in new uniforms. Early in the year the group's hopes finally materialized when the style was chosen. The uniforms, issued to the members in the spring, consist of a maroon blazer, plain grey slacks, a white shirt, a black tie, and white bucks. As in past years the Band began its program by playing at home football g211T1f?S- Regular performances for both the school and the community were included in 1f5 activities. It led the Booster Day and Halloween parades and gave a program Of seasonal music at the Christmas assembly. The spring Tri-State and Western Massachu- setts Festivals climaxed the activities for the year. The Band was especially proud to have as a member Barbara Moore, who was elected to the position of solo cornet in the All-State Band. This honor was awarded to a gifl for the first time in the history of the festival. Barbara's past experience includes f0L1f years as first cornettist in the Tri-State production and five years as first cornettiSf in the Western Massachusetts Music Festival. 46 Selected by six membersi mut'i in de limes weeely Shirley lyme a large leptin Warringa Tlfl tnteirail it he lord lllllf Pl C0mP0sition, eluded the S high Semi I In the SPH Il two ,l0int llamgt Error lfdeck lgllsic. An lgh Sch Pfllgraml OWU H High AnA .1 FIRST ROW: J. Poor, A, Morris, L. Cook, M. Niedeck, E. Winn, N. Gass, P. Vernell. SECOND I W ROW: C. Seymour, C. Spindler, S. McCune, E. Spense, E. Hanson, B. Moore, M. Simpson THIRD ROW: S. Martell, E. Allen, L. Matuszko, S. O'R0urke, M. Smale, J. Langford, G. Wilson B Mather, J. Wick. FOURTH ROW: D. Hankinson, R. Kidder, B. Richardson, P. Simmons V ' Sahla, D. Enman, C. Vaughan. CHORUS PERFORMS OFTEN Selected by Dr. Shuler, the thirty- six members of this year's chorus were much in demand. Meeting three times weekly and accompanied by Shirley Martell, the songsters perfected a large repertoire, ranging from Bach to Warring at the Christmas assembly. They entertained at a Rotary luncheon at the Lord Jeffery Inn, at which time Judy Poor presented an original composition. Other appearances in- cluded the Spring Music Festival and high school graduation. In the spring the chorus participated in two joint concerts, one with Wil- liamstown High School and one with Lenox High School where Cappy Niedeck, Amherst graduate, teaches music. An April concert given at Barre High School was also included in the program. Scene at "Boy Friend" rehearsal 47 BRASS CHGIR FIRST ROW: D. Wyman, J. Wyman, G. Richason, H. Wilkinson, B. Moore. SECOND ROW: D. Hankinson, R. Kidder, S. Smith, K. Kucinski. ENSEMBLES REPLACE ORCHESTRA Due to the lack of string instruments this year, the Orchestra was not organized. The members were assigned to one of two groups, the Brass Choir or the Woodwind Ensemble. Both of these musical organizations participated in the Western Massa- chusetts and Tri-State Festivals. The Brass Choir also played at the Sunrise Service in Pelham on Easter Sunday. WOODWIND ENSEMBLE FIRST Row- A Brown R Wil 0 N EC ROW: D. H'k.' 1' - 5 H, J- Orton, E. Hanson, C. Snape, M. Holden. S OND an msoflf 5- BYOWD, J- Hardy, B. Crossmon. ABSENT: N. Cook. N. Or, and 4 activii playa lll TEENS 5 D i'n'. have Cl gi' l A-H.H.s. but 'MUG V ai Selfftfs limi mdUStri01 lim, lnleffnte din ilmlulsnde of Sd calm .V h We ln 'gt Hmm :qu i li RASS CHOIR FIRST ROW:, McGrath,. B. J. Waskiewicz, J. E. Moore, J. Wyman, R. Kidder. SECOND lnized. ROW: H. Wilkinson, G. Richason S Smith K Kucinski THIRD ROW' L Bri s. ABSENT: I N. Cook. , i D I I i i gg rdwind 53531 PEP BAND IS STUDENT LED Organized each year by the student director of the Band, the Pep Band was led and directed this season by John Wyman. The band is considered an extracurricular activity, and the eleven volunteers rehearsed on their own time. This year the Pep Band played at all basketball games, home and away. TUNE TEENS POPULAR E Composed of five talented junior girls, the Tune Teens have earned renown not only at A.H.H.S. but throughout the Pioneer Valley. Self-organized and self- directed, this industrious choral group sings at conference dinners and other functions outside of school. The Tune Teens are also active in school and last Yeflf Played a vital part in the variety show. NU SECO M. Holden' sEArED1 1. Wick, E. Wm. STANDING: s. o'ROufke, E. Mather-, c. Vaughan. 49 Aa PEP CLUB FIRST ROW: L. Carey, M. Cashman, L. Cook, E. Rozvvenc, R. Owen, D. Keegan, N. McCune, S. Guyott, S. Grandonico, J. Farrar, B. Goodhind, K. Dziuba, S. Paige, P. Rule, B. Doherty, S Miazga. SECOND ROW: S. Smith, N. Waskiewicz, S. Fitts, N. White, N. Houston, M. McGrath, M Post L Musgrave B Paradise, E. Lachman, D. Ferrigno, J. Lilly, K. Benoit, M. Fitts, J d ' h Kacowski. THIRD ROW! E. Allen, C. Seymore, Z. Cordy, K. Gilburt, S. Lapworth, E. Goo ric S. King, S. MacConnell, E. Cramer, M. Simpson, B. Iantosca, J. Langford, S. Martell, N. Neet 1. julian. FOURTH ROW: S. Berry, E. Booth, K. Roeasah, P. Vendette, S. Payson, M. Casey L. Crossman, S. Cunningham, P. Grybko, L. Cary, L. Janse, B. Ferrigno, C. Spindler, D. Pratt. ' ' N. N ll L. Lashvva, S. Joy, FIFTH ROW. F. Schabacker, S. Burke, J. L. Moore, E. Winn, ewe , y A. Guest, S. Patrick, D. Fuller, B. Mitchell, E. Emery, J. Galipeau, S. Mather, P. Hannigan. THBEE CLUBS SEBVE SCHOOL LEADERS CLU B W ssgg FIRST ROW: N. Thorshaug,.P. Morin, Mr. Ab C1 ' . , SECOND ROW: W. Nanartonis, B. Cole, K. KlulgircislkifiT1iS?fekE?,erFI?Ei3i1ibMROI2I5gideg' joy, C. Matuszko. 50 Tri-S, Pep Club, and Leaders Club were organized as service groups to encourage scholarship, sportsmanship, and leadership at A.R.H.S. Headed by President Elise Emery, Tri-S contributed to the school by encouraging better rela- tions among the girls of the three classes and to the community through its many welfare prOj6Cf5- Pep Club, chartering special buSCS and organizing a cheering section in the stands, increased enthusiasm at sports functions both at home and away. With capable seniors 35 its members, the Leaders Club assisted the physical education instructo prompting a more advanced cur- rs -in riculum. silllli llbl ROW C Hifi lllegan, l. CHQ. i ROW ll, fir. Q l. llrutra ll. M3- lOll1K.B.tezi..D P1 ll.looris.P. G15-. r l. llusgmc. E 'Xi lliiqw' L Gm H in 1. y-,gg - lllllllllm - 1 .n, N. McCune, S. e, B. Doherty, S. ston, M. McGrath, enoit, M. Fitts, J. 'orth, E. Goodrich, - Martell, N. Neet, Payson, M. Casey, Spindler, D. Pfalt- . Lashway, IOY, ff, P. Hannigan- PL Tips, Pep Clu :lub were Org IrouPS to nd ldeiship Hmded by Presi k.R.H.S. I - ,ed of TIPS fofllflbu Emeflh ' betltl ff' b encouraging school Y . ls of the li thg ll W tions amorlg gthe comin.. C5 and to wif? class Welfare F U h its many will Ihfog 'ng SP ,. PCP Club' . Shaft? cheeiitg lf d Orggnlllng ed enllllfff nfl ' H635 ,. in me SraHdS'a1irr0ritllllf t SPorts fundlo ble senlll Ji. A With MP3 Clull' Wil" eadefs s the L instflldiii.i , 'I 2 ' mcmbc 'cal Ctlutflllon danced- mptlng pfo riclllum' ba and lillii anized 25 ll fr. ncoumge grholir ea ' ,portsmar1Sh1P' a 'demli SENIORS TRI-S FIRST ROW: J. Yegian, M. Simpson, J. Farrar, B. Iantosca, P. Williams, P. Blasko, E. Rozwenc, E. Emery, P. Toy, M. Kaminski, K. Benoit, M. Fitts, L. Mason, J. Wilson, P. Grybko, S. Guyott. SECOND ROW: S. Dunbar, C. Lucas, L. Paddock, A Skribiski, N. Neet, IT. Langford, J. Julian, C. Spindler, J. DuBois, M. Rodzwell, S. Holden, K. Warren, D. Fuller, L. Goodale. THIRD ROW: J. Galipeau, N. Gass, B. Boicourt, M. Whitney, B. Ferrigno, L. Cary, L Janse, B. Mitchell, S. Martell, P. Loy, J. Smith, E. Hanson, S. McCune, B. Moore. I UN IORS FIRST ROW: C. Hanks, S. Fitts, N. Blasko, C. Dihlmann, S. Berry, E. Booth, L. Adamites, D. Keegan, L. Cook, S. Grandonico, J. Scarborough, D. Hunt, M. Holden, G. Wilson. SECOND ROW: M, Cashman. L. Carey, G. Jacque, E. Allen, B. Goodhind, D. Lapinski, J. Kzcowski, c N. Houston, M. McGrath, J. Kosloski, A. Newton, N. Waskiewicz, K. Thayer, C. Vaughn. THIRD ROW: K. Bibeau, D. Ferrigno, J. Lilly, E. Lachman, B. Paradise, C. Horton, V. Lyman, J. E. Moore, M. Loomis, P. Gilgut, N. Carpenter, M. Weaver, S. Smith, D. Sindberg. FOURTH ROW: M. Post, L. Musgrave, E. Winn, J. Thompson, F. Schabacker, J. L. Moore, A. Brown, S. Burke, S. Davenport, L. Garris, B. Crossmon, C. Seymore, P. Vandette, M. Malinoski. FIFTH ROW: J. XX'ick. B. J. Waskiewicz, C. Snape, N. White. FRESHMEN FIRST ROW: S. Sapkowski, H. Benoit, L. Crossman, M. Casey, E. Goodrich, A. Guest, S. Joy E. Cramer. R. Fishel, N. Newell, V. Ward, S. Rogers, J. Fishel, L. Bacon, SECOND ROW S. Patrick, S. King, S. MacConnell, L. 'Matuszko, C. Meader, A Jacque, S. Cunningham, L Campbell, E. Kenseth, F. Swartz, C. Dudley, D. Barton, Z. Cordy, B. Doherty. THIRD ROW A. Lapworth, J. Harris, L. Thorndike, D. Barksdale, N. Rule, J. Russell, S. Harvey, B. Livingston A. Morris. K. Gilbert, E. W'entworth, K. Hawthorne, D, Lego. FOURTH ROXW: M, Niedeck P. Vernell. J. Vlach, A. Sapia, S. Jacque, K. Dziuba. S. Paige, S. Miazga, R. Owen, S. Spelman L. Lashway. 5I FRONT ROW: c. Lucas, c. Newport, s. King, N. Neef, B. Lgvirifssron, llgafr-ff11,JJ -Si13EiPSfi21- C. Meader, S. Harvey, M. Kaminski. SECOND ROW: N- Pe man, - Zag? d' S Brig es' S. C ' h , V. L man, B. Mitchell, L. Grossman, . Of Y, - 8 - il1?iEi5liS33?fOEi, Snapiimsigpiiiick, s.yRog-fs. S. Mafcom-11, M- Holden- C- B' Iantosca, E. Allen, C. Seymour. WOULD-BE NURSES VISIT HOSPITALS Future Nurses Club is an organi, zation of girls unit- ed by a mutual in- terest. In October they attended Open house at Burbank Hospital School of Nursing, and in the next month they toured Hartford Hospital. February found them travel- ing to Massachus- etts General Hospi- tal and viewing several pertinent films at home meetings. Combin- ing forces with other groups in n e i g h b o r i n g schools, the Club participated in a March meeting on "Nursing in the Service." Later in the spring the Fu- ture Nurses played host to student nurses in a panel discussion and as- sisted in the Am- herst Health Clinic. FUTURE TEACHERS STUDY THE PROFESSION In its second year of existence, the Future Teach- ers Club maintain- ed its objectives of discussion, observa- tion, and investi- gation of the teach- ing profession. In November the Club entertained teach- ers from Amherst and graduates of A.R.H.S. and con- ducted a panel dis- cussion. A trip to Fitchburg State Teachers College took place in Feb- ruary. During the spring the would- be teachers observ- ed teaching on var- ious levels and par- ticipated in practice teaching in elemen- tary grades. FIRST Row. c. spindle.-, J. Julian, D. Lapinski, J, Langford, A. skfibrski, s. joy, J- Duvliglit M. Post, L. Cary. SECOND ROW: N. Newell, R. Owen, E. Cramer, M. Casey, J. I-IHY, I- KZCQS E' if FIUS, B- PHYHCUSC, I- E. Moore, E. Goodrich, S. Bridges. THIRD ROW: I- Mom' ' AOQIVCUQ, S. MCCUHC, F. Schabacker, B. Goodhind, S. Guyott, N. Houston, N. Carpenter, M- Loomis, . OI'1'1S. IS Qllilplllre N .ai ,S rm ls an ursll zatron of girfllgtii, fziiij: ed by a Stull, I terest, Iglugialil. e h0USe Oltl . l 1 Illlloslbltala 3 1 ursrng, and intl? . Hext month r toured H th 1 Hospital Fartford 1 - eh . Epund them trim . g to Massarhll, p etts General Hos. tal and viewpi. A seve l .mt . ra I films atPertrnent . ll0lllg A . meetmgs' C0H1bin- . in . 3.1 8 forces wll other groups in n er hllor- Schooia the participated in l March meeting nl 'Nursing in lll Service." Later in the spring the Fl. ture Nurses played host to student nurses in a panel discussion and as sisted in the Am- herst Health Clinit. ESSION ,ll carrfnle' iw FRENCH IS SPOKEN fit: Q . . s. 'tv' E fx FIRST ROW: Mrs. Hart, adviser, E. Lachman, J. Morris, G. Wilson, I. DuBois, E. Crammer, P. Gilgut, Miss Johnson, adviser. SECOND ROW: D. Hosford, C. Spindler, M. Loomis, N. Cass, J. Wyman, B. Boicourt, E. Emery, E. Rozwenc, B. Iantosca, R. Wilson. THIRD ROW: M. Post, S. Davenpot, N. Carpenter, A. Brown, J. Yegian, L. Cary, B. Paradise, V. Ward. Under the cli- rection of the new librarian, Mrs. Ful- ton, the Library Club continued its work of processing new books and helping students with research proj- ects. Mrs. Fulton and her aides were also responsible for encouraging the use of the library as an information cen- ter and for the 150 percent in- crease in the circu- lation. As a No- vember activity, the club prepared a float with the theme "Beat 'em ln' Eat ieml' for the Booster Da LIBRARY CLUB LENDS HELPING HAND Monthly meet- ings of Le Cerde Francais offered members both fun and experience, since, except for occasional lapses in- to English, they were conducted in French. Members were happy this fall to welcome back Miss Johnson, their adviser, after her year of teaching in France. National games, films, and French songs made up part of each evening's program. Perhaps the high- light of the meet- ings was the sam- pling of various French Foods. Y parade. FIRST ROW: R. Kelley, L. Cook, S. McCune, Mrs. Fulton, adviser, P. Grybko, A. Newton, M. ulloia Neideck. SECOND ROW: K. Dziuba, S. Bridges, E. Goodrich, R. Fishel, J. Scarborough, R. S joy, Qolvslili Andrews, K. Thayer, D. Hunt, M. Tenney, J. Wilson, E. Ford, J. Kzowski, Z. Cordy, B. J Lilly, l-Ivlgirlsl Doherty, P. Vernell. M LOOIUIS' I . X X f Mf ff ,ff 'f j .5 f f ,ilf Q X X Z f flff ffwiff , f, 5x74 if FIRST ROW: P. Morin, R. French, J, Wyman, D. Lapinski, K. Kucinski, Mr. Swift, adviser, R. Rhodes, J. Keats, M. Weir, D. Wright. SECOND ROW: B. Richardson, G. Richason, E. Mand, E. Bieniek, D. Casey, J, Warner, J. Tibbets, N. Newell, J. Childs, M. Kurrier, P. Beck. THIRD ROW: M. Basile, R. Fishel, E. Cramer, P. Thompson, R. Kidder, D. Wyman, M. Smith, S. Sayer, W. Lewis, B. Ferrigno, M. Malinoski. SCIENCE CLUB TAKES FIELD TRIPS This year the Science Club took several trips: one to the Fisk Tire Factory, another to the engineering department of the University of Massachusetts, and two to Amherst College, where the club visited the chemistry laboratory and the archaeological museum. The club also viewed several films and attended a talk given by Mr. Lacroix on photog- raphy. As extra projects some of the club members conducted scientific experiments. BILL LEWIS LAST OF PROJ ECT IONISTS In the absence of the usual Projectionists C lu b, B i ll Lewis became the schoolis un- official audio-visual aids man. He ran projectors, tape-record- ers, and record players and set up the equipment for dances. For assuming the re- sponsibility for lighting the stage during assemblies, the junior class play and the "Boy Friend," Bill deserves the school's thanks. BILL LEWIS 54 -L-.3 L--1.---V.-,4i.4.f.. Z. .. .LA Q.. -... 1 f'.l1:zl,. A... .f,f,Q... ' ..:..,LQ13QQfLs ' ...' Luca., g..afL,:.1:.4x.ig,:.:..L. 4.1 ,rea ....-..,...-........-L ,. i X . 4oF r:...T! -- iff I ..'f'V 5 , . r ,, 1 ll lv' I I . N. I .fn - C1131 fl Eff IUENTHESIISI lmmquj ill-1 WL ima! in QW' we .fiifjj Mrwg M ..M"'ily.y,n' 2 Fu '- r H . AUTO ENTHUSIAST S ORGANIZE CLUB FIRST ROW: P. Thomson, D. Waskiewicz, G. Goodnow, J. Tibbetts, Mr. Craig, Mr. Moore, advisers, F. Crowley, C. Domina, L. Grybko. SECOND ROW: J. Aldrich, J. Hurston, D. Gauthier, B. Meader, J. Ostrowski, M. Benben, C. Gianarkos, D. Ashley, R. Kirley, R. Dunn. THIRD ROW: R. Goetzel, R. Petrizzo, J. Rodzwell, E. Rogers, W. Lewis, R. Vincent, J. Webb, W. NATURE BOYS OFFER COURSE The Rod and Gun Club, adding variety to its program, offered a gun safety course this year, which was attended by not only high school but junior high students as well. Instruction in hunting, fishing, and trapping, along with films and discussions, was also included in the year's activities. Fly tying, an outing, and an annual banquet concluded the spring program. Knightly. College preparatory stu- dents not regularly enrolled in auto mechanics classes but interested in cars and driving organized the new Auto Me- chanics Club in October. The club met twice weekly. In May the members sponsored a Road-E-O to test driving skills. M. Dunn, W. Ennis, Mr. Robinson, adviser, G. Hillenbrand, R. Lososki, B. Cole, C. 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M VV wsx 3 WWW if My N ,M .W 1 ,. X Q if ,.- , -5 - l 5 Q0 s f. 5 , Ayn, ,i,, ,F I iQz+s,.f Q ' X WHKNZ 5 ,I Broadwll F .1655 mc' Boys will be boys. F ii'--e Santa's Helpers. sf ,542 -5 35 R Kiwis QS fig Rfk. ,V ,. -., , N ,,,. ..::,, .,..,Ar A.,:.: 5 ' 455 0: www? f fi Q Yffffyf, M , 7 gi iff, Z i V1 - , U -minsw, lbw W Breakfast in bed. The P31'fY,5 OVef- 59 4 ! r I 1 V , 1 w Q 1 l Halls made learned by seniors sedate Halls left empty when they graduate - 6I l r CLASS OF '59 A Cin-iss OF GGFIRSTSR Mr. johnson , F. Greg Goodrich In its three years at A.R.H.S., the Class of '59 has established an tm- precedented record of "firsts." Entering the high school with an abundance of novel ideas, the class soon conceived two money-making plans, Slave Day and dances after the games. Busy at work the next year making the Junior class cake sale and variety show a success, the class originated the custom of using the school seal as a design for the class ring. The Senior year brought added recognition to the class as its members set an example for the underclassmen by winning first prize for their Booster Day float, 011 June 12, 1959, the class, completing its list of "firsts," received final distinction by being the largest ever to graduate from and the first to go through three years in the new high school. MR. JOHNSON Upon the resignation of Alex Johnston last fall, Richard Johnson took over as adviser and very ably guided the class of '59 to graduation. F. GREG GOODRICH G1-eg College Baseball 1, 2g Drama Club 33 Football 35 Graphic 5, Rod and Gun Club 1, C1355 President 5. President . . . "Come on, witch" . . . sweaters . . . sports. LINDA G. JANSE Lin College Student Council Treasurer 1, 2, 53 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Tri-S 1, 2, 3, Outing Club President 1, Graphic 33 Gold Bug, Pro Meritog Basketball 1, 2, 33 Softball 1, Girls' State 2, Tri-Hi-Y Conference, Class Treasurer 1, Class Vice President 2, 3. A strong link in the chain . . . like working at that college? . . . loves to roller skate. SHIRLEY CORRINE MARTELL Shir! Nursing Student Council 2, Pep Club 1, 3, Tri-S 1, 2, 3, Graphic 3, Gold Bug Co-Business Manager, Pro Merito, Future Nurses Club Vice President 2, President 3, Class Secretary 2, 3, Variety Show 1, 2, Chorus Accompanist 1, 2, 5. "Let's get those ads in" . . . weekend address: the Northfield Hotel . . . a real "pro" on the piano. LOUISE T. CARY Lou College French Club 5g- Student Council 1, 2, Secretary 33 Pep Club Vice President 2, President 5'3,Tf1-5 I, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, President 2, Gold Bugg Pro Meritog Future Teachers Club 2, 33 Class Treasurer 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 33 Softball 1, 2, 3. Basketball star . . . "If you don't pay your dues now, we'll -!" . . . skating. Linda G. janse Shirley Corrine Martell Louise T' Cary I 5 School with 1Shed an un. WNY-makin an abundttce the flCXt YQEIPEIEF Slave a ss, the Class originaingthe the Cl - ed lilf 9 h3S Qstabl. 3-SS fm . I ts members Si E12 Xiillllll Fr Ehelr Booster Day HSE 0 llfl H ' . Ze fm lISt3n received final In and the firstly, go Richard johnso . l lation. n ook ow ll 53 Rod and Gun Club 13 Class . sports. 53 Tfl'S 1, 2, 33 Oulingflul retball 1, 2, 33 Softball lgGirls' llass Vice President 2, 3. wat college? . . . loves to roller sing Qmphic 3, Gold Bug Co-Businns President 2, President lg Citi panist 1, 2, 3. he Northfield Hotel . . illfll 5 ' P idenl 2. .mr Silt lit riff irskabili 1. 2, 33 Sofltl It iii' . V' , , sltlltl- :S now. Wen "' ' f Cifl' waist Dorothy Joyce Allery Armon Rose Barksdale DOROTHY JOYCE ALLERY foyce Wfork Black curly hair . . . never in a hurry . . . latest styles. ARMON ROSE BARKSDALE Blondie Work Sweet Miss from the Southland . . . Town House . . . pet peeve: car racin Southern drawl . . . faraway look in study hall. DONALD PETER BECK Rock College Science Club 33 Orchestra 1, Chorus 1, Track and Field Events 1, 2, 33 Cross Country 1, 2. g... Dance treat . . . a real track man . . . "Holy Cats" . . . spaghetti-mmm . . neat dresser. MICHAEL BENBEN Mike College Basketball 1, 2, Rod and Gun Club 1, 2, 5. Cars . . . and horses . . . outdoor man . . . tall! KATHLEEN M. BENOIT Kay Commercial College Pep Club 1, Tri-S 1, 2, 3g GraphiC 2, 33 Gold Bug. Gentlemen prefer redheads . . . "Yeh. I bet" . . . sparkle in the hallways. EDWARD E. BIELUNIS Eddjg Service Rod and Gun Club 1, Hockey 1, 23 Gold Bug. Big game hunter-success? . . . pet peeve: English homework . . . modern problems class clown . . . great skater. Kathleen M. Benoit 63 Donald Peter Beck Michael Benben Edward F. Bielunis Edwin Bieniek Roberta C. Britt Margaret Curtis Brown I l Patricia Louise Blasko Barbara Boicourt EDWIN BIENIEK Ed College Science Club 2. Silent scholar . . . math and science . . . long, slow smile . . . chemistry, perhaps? PATRICIA LOUISE BLASKO Parry Service' Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Chorus 1, 2. ' Carefree redhead . . . "Such is lifef, BARBARA BOICOURT Bobby College French Club 2, 3, Pep Club 3, Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 23 Thespians 2, 33 Gold Bugg Pro Meritog Band 1, 2, 33 American Field Service 2, 33 Chorus 1, 23 i Variety Show 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3. "Witch" from the ninth grade . . . found at Hastings . . . "Gee Whiz!" . . . skiing ROBERTA C. BRITT Birdie Work Tri-S 1, 2, 3, Future Nurses Club 1, 23 Softball 1, 23 Basketball 1, 3. Lots of ambition . . . asset to softball team . . . mom . . . back to school. MARGARET CURTIS BROWN Maggie College French Club 2, 3g Tri-S 1, 23 Chorus 1, 23 Basketball 1, 2, Future Teachers Club Vice President 3, Pro Meritog Gold Bug. Mischief in her eye . . . what, no senior College Board? . . . forever pounding those organ keys . . . off to Wellesley. DAVID A. cAsEY Dffw College SCIGHCC Club 34 Graphic sg Gold Bug. "Drag Strip" in the Graphic . . . what's the latest fashion in womerfg we-ar? real flashy shirts. David A. CaSCY join cally QTEPHEN M. DIMOGQ lwllall Manager 3, it 5 1 Sdmceflub 5. Quiaone...r.n 5:3111 mis DOHERD' if lootlalI1,2, 5: Bbiffflv lhathair . . . quit cnc' JACQUILINE MARROX french Club Vice Pzrsziut Future Teaches Cub S, llnows her French , , 1 SUZMXNE LUELLK Dl' Tfi-51, 3, 53 lligczetzw "wr df0P tim beta lime, D - - o . .. ..,. 64 I T l JOHN CHRISTIAN folan Trade School Science Club 2, 33 Track and Field Events 2. Greenfield import . . . "Whaddaya say, Smith?" . . . red shirts. BRUCE COLE MOOJE College Football 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 33 Graphic 23 Band 1, 23 Pep Band 1, 2. "No giggling, girls" . . . ham 'n' cheese sandwiches, milk 'n' hot fudge sun- daes . . . sports, sports . . . "Wise guy?" . . . war movies. Barbara Boicourt John Christian .low smile . . . chemistry,perhaps? :ice outing Club' 1, 24 ThfSPiM an Field Service 2, 3, Chorus 1, 1. . astings . . . "G6ewh1z ,rm 1" , , ,rluri frball 1, za B1Ske'balll'l', N back to srh001 Om . . . STEPHEN M. DIMOCK Steve College Football Manager 1, 2, 33 Baseball Manager 1, 2, 33 Basketball Manager 1, 2, 33 Science Club 3. Quiet one . . . man behind the sports. JAMES DOHERTY ffm Service Football 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 23 Leaders Club 2. That hair . . . quiet one? . . . long, slow smile. JACQUELINE MARRON DuBois facquie College French Club Vice President 2, President 33 Pep Club 13 Tri-S 1, 2, 35 Gold Bug3 Future Teachers Club 33 Chorus 3. Knows her French . . . ice-skating . . . tennis . . . those beautiful wool sweaters. SUZANNE LUELLA DUNBAR Suzie Secretarial Work Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Majorettes 1, 2. Brown-eyed Susan . . . off to the Air Force he must go . . . step-two-three-four . . . ever drop that baton? Bruce Cole Stephen M. Dimock Dgvld A1645 James Doherty Jacqueline Marron DuBois fl 65 Suzanne Luella Dunbar Elise Emery Judith H. Farrar Beatrice Ann Ferrigno ELISE EMERY I Pzmkifz College French Club Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3L Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Student Council 1, 2 5, Gold Bug, Pro Meritog Chorus ' 1? 2, Tri-Hi-Y Conference 2, 33 Soft- ball 1, 2, 33 Variety Show 1, 2. l "I dunno" . . . the hair that never I flops . . . "ja-a-an" . . . those eyes. . JOHN R. FAIR I Img College Basketball 2. "Well, whatta you know!" . . . green , Pontiac , . . steak, mmm . . gets around . . . . archery fan. john R. Fair :jk 11:21 IUDITH 1-1. FARRAR lady College .W 1 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Trl-s 1, 2, 5, Thespians 2, 5. Graphic 3g Gold Bug, Future ' "' Teachers Club 2, Drama Club 2, Chorus 2, Variety Show 1, 2, Basketball 1, Cheer- l leaders 1, Captain 2, 3. lg, if "Hey, kids!" .' . . "Where are my glasses ?" . . . those many clothes . . . cheering. 5. BEATRICE ANN FERRIGNO Ben College --Tiff' lik? Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Tri-S 1, 2, 33 American Field Service 33 Graphic 33 Gold Bug, .1 Ilan. Science Club 2, 3, Basketball Manager 1. ,,,, Egg Chemistry lab mania . . . "What, me worry?,' . . . MAD kid . . . for the "argue 41112: 2277357 tml system"-Bea vs. teacher and class . . . coffee malteds. .mf new 3 a ELIZABETH ANN FIELD Belzy Secretarial Work --,M "Oh, gosh" . . . always smiling . . . hails from Leverett . . . "Oh, no, you're it wrong, I'm right." ., .....,,, , ..,...,,g:w KM, MARY FITTS Fillrie Work ,,,.,. .,,,f Smile for everyone . . . Shutesbury citizen . . . "Oh, I got a letter." A I I I I 1 1 Elizabeth Ann Field Mary Fittg 'if 66 1 'K ohn Graphic 33 Gold Bugg Future row 1, 2, Basketball 1gCheer- se many clothes . . . cheering. vice 3g Graphic 33 Gflld BUS? MAD kid . . . for the "argue :ls. Work Leverett . . . "0hrf10rlll'l I got yu letter." J R. F' . an Eloie Rorma Ford Polly F. French Richard C. French ELOIE RONNA FORD Ellie Secretarial Work Library Club 3. Keeps them guessing . . . blondie . . . "Oh, I'm sorry" . . . hamburgs and sherbet -mmm . . . pet peeve: conceited people. POLLY F. FRENCH Frenchie College Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Gold Bugg Pro Meritog Drama Club 2, American Field Service 2, 33 Chorus 1, 2. Foreign Social Service . . . "Holy Catfish" . . . hiking, fishing . . . nosy people, beware . . . real spaghetti. RICHARD C. FRENCH Dick College Rod and Gun Club 1, 23 Science Club 2, 33 Graphic 3, American Field Service 2, 33 Track and Field Events 3. Really understands that chemistry . . . loves huntin' and fishin' . . . what "new" car now? . . . likes to eat . . . millions of things to do. V DIANE E FULLER Di College Tri-S 1, 2, 3g Chorus 1. Beautiful natural curls . . . hamburgers and pickles . . . University of Massachu- setts . . . likes horses . . . petite and peppy. JOSEPH GABAREE joe Trade School Rod and Gun Club 1, 2. Auto mechanics . . . English-bah! . . . hunting and fishing . . . quiet and happy. JAN ABIGAIL GALIPEAU Ian College Chorus 2, Drama Club 1, 23 Thespians 2, Scribe 33 French Club 2, Gold Bug: Outing Club 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Tri-S 1, 2, 3. Energy and wit to spare . . . How're the prep schools, Jan? . . . "The Gold Bug must have a padded cover" . . . loves her riding. joseph Gabaree Wy pirts 67 Diane E. Fuller Jan Abigail Galipeau Cornelia Denise Garvey Robert Gilbert Linda Goodale Nanciann Elizabeth Gass Mitchell Gervickas CORNELIA DENISE GARVEY Connie Commercial College Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Grapliic 2. Easthampton . . . bopping at the Franco . . . that laugh . . . clown. NANCIANN ELIZABETH GASS Nanci College French Club 2, 33 Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 23 Gold Bug, Orchestra 1, 23 Chorus 1, 2, 3. Happy and laughing . , . pet peeve: homework on weekends . . . skiing . . . pop- corn . . . "tch, tch, tch." MITCHELL GERVICKAS Mickey Work Rod and Gun Club 2g Football 3. Clam digger . . . pet peeve: girls-not enough of 'em . . . "You're always buying." ROBERT GILBERT Bob Trade School Rod and Gun Club 1, 2. Pet peeve: school . . . always working. LINDA GOODALE Linda Work Frantic hair styles . . . "not a horse unless it's a Morgan." PATRICIA ANNE K. GRYBKO Paltie A College Pep Club 1, 2, 53 Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Library Club Secretary, Gold Bug, Chorus 1, Majorettes 1, 2, Head Major 3, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Twirling Competitions 1, 2, 3. Smart stepping Pattie . . . "Choice" . . . leader of parades . . ..softball, bas- ketball, and even volleyball . . . Polish food. . ,Q M-. v P QM! U 1' 'il' gf N 'x an nf' fl W' 9' 8 W- ,rr gi - 4 N s-..,, -6 I is,,1,Q.. vs ' Tfait- 3 A Patricia Anne K. Grybko if 68 N., t. . .. .... . ri.. ... ...,,. ....,. 1 V ar.. . 1 A I' :chell Gervicka al College . . clown. SANDRA L. GUYOTT Trouble College PCP Club 2533 Tri-S 2, 33 Outing Club 13 Thespians 2, 33 Graphic 23 Gold Bug, Future Teachers Club 33 Drama Club 23 Variety Show 23 Softball 2, Basketball 2, 33 Cheerleaders 2, 3. "Hey" . pickles and beef stew . . . no emotional outburst, please, PATRICIA HANNIGAN Pdf College Pep Club 2, 3, Tri-S 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 23 Thespian Club 1, 2, 3g Pro Merito Corresponding Secretaryg Variety Show 1, 2, American Field Service 2. Raising her eyebrows? that's Pat . , . pet peeve: idea plagiarists . . . figure skating, dressmaking, jazz, and classical. S Sandra L. Guyott Sold Bugg Orchestra l, 23 :ends . . . skiing . . .pop- . . "You're alW3YS llullnl-H Gfl nf K' Palflflz An DAVID PHILIP HANSCOM Dave Service Projectionists Club 23 Football 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3. Hot shot of B.B .... pet peeve: detension . . . sports and cars enthusiast . . Shep's and Shum's. CONSTANCE ELAINE HANSON Elaine College Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Thespians 2, 33 Gold Bugg Pro Merito Presidentg Drama Club 13 Band 1, 2, 33 Pep Band 13 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Chorus 1, 2, 33 American Field Service 2. Happy musicmaker . . . affinity for prep schools and colleges . . . "Where's my flute?" BONNIE HEMENWAY Bonnie Trade School North Adams import . . . Gezepeze . . . naturally curly hair. MERRILL E. HOLDEN Merrill College Leaders Club 2, 33 Gold Bug Co-Editorg Band 1, 2, 33 Pep Band 23 Orchestra 1, 23 Track and Field Events 1, Manager 23 Western Massachusetts Musical Festival 1, 2. Snap your fingers much? . . . chemistry class . . . the humor. Constance Elaine Hanson Bonnie Hemenway Patricia Hannigan David Philip Hanscom Merrill E. Holden Richard Holden Carroll Holmes David Hosford RICHARD HOLDEN Dirk Service Rod and Gun Club 1, 23 Projectionists Club 2. . ' ' Pet peeve: Mercuries . . . pizza? yah. , , . "Beats mel' sUsAN HOLDEN 53,6 Secretarial Work Tri-S 1, 2, 3. A quiet one . . . loves cheeseburgers and coke . . . favorite pastime: eating . . . "Do I ever." ' Susan Holden CAROLL HOLMES Holmrie College Rod and Gun Club 13 Football 23 Basketball 2, Manager 3. Follows the sports page word by word . . . spaghetti and meatballs . . . "I don't know" . . . can't be found . . . pet peeve: long school day. DAVID HOSFORD Dave College French Club 33 Pro Merito Vice Presidentg Gold Bug3 American Field Service 2, 33 Leaders Club Secretary-Treasurer 33 Band 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 23 Chorus 1. "Coach, do I have to take gym ?" . . . hails from Vermont . . . pet peeve: surprise quizzes . . . "I didnit do it." ' BARBARA R. IANTOSCA Babr Nursing French Club 33 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Graphic 2, 33 Gold Bug3 Chorus 1, 23 Variety Show 1, 2, 33 Future Nurses Club 2, 33 Basketball Manager 2. Connecticut . . . long, long school day, hmm? . . . "Did you hear abouti' . . 'Tm gonnalet my hair grow." NANCY GRACE JACQUE Nance Commercial College Sports Club 13 Tri-S 1, 2, 3. "Why must boys wear Bermudas ?" . . . one of the gang . . . laugh and be merry . . . the girl with the detention slips. Barbara R. Iantosca Nancy Grace Jacque 70 :lim R554 llllllllfi? V cfffl:s1ll1'ifi' ' lm . A I 'fi ff ll PAULJOXES L. A Glllugz R133 rc tw' M- lll, lug li" . 1 ' ' 4 rlrlll lri Eli' PEIRC. lol' iff' laden Club El 0:35 CI H 1 lem l .. D, lla amlitlinz ru: 1 I llll the I .r,........ lull Ellllllilli iw: ll Club 1. 1 1 rf,-S 3 Ulla Clms i. I. S255 lllpptrlulcaie . 1 3,1- rlmible. lltrzn 3.5, , ll I ' . Zlgflg , -, 2' i t .. SUSHI1 Holden rnager 3. ti and meatballs . . . "I doll lol day. gg American Field Service 2,31 Orchestra 23 Chorus 1. 'ermont . . . pet peeve: surprlf - . 'Choo ' aphic 2, 3, Gold BUS, li 33 Basketball lvlallasff 2- ..Did You hear about" rcial College h gang .laughlndllmm 1 C . . soo' Robert Jeffrey Paul Jones ROBERT JEFFREY Jeff College Gold Bug, Football 1, 2g Rod and Gun Club 1, 2. Pizza . . . "no short hair, girls" . . . cars, perhaps? . . . hard worker . . . polka fan. PAUL JONES Jonery College Gold Bug, Rod and Gun Club Treasurer 1. "Oh, bug it" . . . water skiing . . . continual warfare-Yankee vs. Rebel . . cheerful Cand howJ . . .. sure likes that plaid. PETER C. JOY Tiger College Leaders Club 33 Outing Club 1, Sports Club 1g Football 3, Basketball 13 Golf Team 2, 3. Life ambition: raise the dough . . . room service . . . "I'rn always buying" . . "Call the ambulance." JOAN ELIZABETH JULIAN Joni College Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Tri-S 1, 2, 3, Graphic 1, 2, 33 Gold Bug, Future Teachers Club 33 Chorus 1, 2g Softball 1. Chipper blonde . . . a glint in her eyes . . . "Really?" . . . wants a new Chevy convertible, Morgan horses, tall men. Margaret Elaine Kaminski MARGARET ELAINE KAMINSKI Peggy Nursing Pep Club 2, Tri-S 1, 2, 3g Graphic 33 Gold Bug, Future Nurses Club 3. Always happy . . . hot sausage grind- ers . . . can cut a caper . . . tiny. MARGARET H. KOSLOSKI Peg Leg Commercial College Tri-S 1, 2, 3g Gold Bug. Never a dull moment . . . "Yip" . . . pet peeve: knee socks and quiet boys . . . loves pizza pies . . . off to Hamp. G12 7 I l 1 Peter C. Joy Joan Elizabeth Julian Margaret H. Kosloski Karol P. Kucinski Daniel Lashway Peter Lego 5 Jeanne Nora Land Judith Anne Langford KAROL P. KUCINSKI KK College Science Club 2, Vice President 5, Leaders Club 2, 3g Gold Bug, Band 1, 2, Manager 3, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 23 Variety Show 1, 2, 3, Brass Choir 3, Football 3, Track and Field Events 1, Tri-State Band 1, Western Massachusetts Music Festival 1, 2. The tall one . . . Plato . . . "Hey, Merrill" . . . Utopia . . . "Girls are so stupid in volleyball." JEANNE NORA LAND femme Secretarial Work Gold Bug. Wedding bells ringing . . . "Math, yike!" . . . that cheerful grin . . . "Have a nice tripf' JUDITH ANN LANGFORD fudy College Pep Club 1, 3g Tri-S 1, 2, 35 Gold Bug, Pro Merito Executive Secretary, Future Nurses'Club 2, 3, Future Teachers Club President 3, Band 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 1, Chorus 1, 3. Waitress at Northfield Hotel . . . tips from Mt. Hermon . . . letters via air mail . . . "Oh, yeah" . . . Thursday nights at the Hatch. DANIEL LASHWAY Lark Work Cars, cars, cars . . . and trucks . . . hard worker . , . "Volkswagen-crime in car linen . . . South Amherst citizen. PETER LEGO Pffe Service Rod and Gun Club 1. "Get out of the way!" . . . Indians in Shutesbury? . . . pet peeve: home- work. PATSY SUE LOY Pdf College Pep Club 1, Tri-S 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, Graphic 1, 2, Business Manager 3g Gold Bugg Pro Merito. Wants to go to Europe . . . art, folk music, and foreign sports cars . . . Picasso . . . destination: Florida . , , advertising design. Patsy Sue Loy 1 we ' sl wi If 5,4 if 3 3 4 1 . ,gal F 4 ul 'v, .1 ..f-w!-fllllii :M fi' fQ?T'2Q,3,1 ef H' 1 t,,' , lip- r ' tt.-' v 1 f ' f' , V 1 , ,., , . "1tzf1C+.a -ii" V .,.,r fm frffllf-3 5 , . -j vi " if3ll0Xlff.X. FY 2,513 ' 171-if 1 J me 1. t--fat i 1 1 3,':,,iiV.j,, j..g',, ttw.. . ...L. .l.'...- a,.'..,. . -r - t .I ,. , ' ,oiiliti TI' 5.2. 'ISI BFG 7 w.mEv.tf?ta if ei i 50152.51 522: Toxics fi: Qs., in - 1 --1-illfltlii' 'jijqf 5., 1 ate, er-1 "ll Q- .ug - s.oaml1.lLuA gf, c ltlllll, H QA- Zu lfllllcttvtl Q N.. dm up 1. X 72 lith Anne Langford ld BUS? Band 1, 2, Manager , 5: Brass Choir sg Football 'estern Massachusetts Music ria . . . "Girls are so stupid rrk cheerful grin . . . "HHH 0 Executive Secretary! lllllli 3 Ban d 1, 2, 33 Orchesurls rmon . . . letters via air url ' 'ui RICHARD LOZOSKI Dick Work Rod and Gun Club 1g Auto Mechanics Club 33 Gold Bug. HoW's the view from those airplanes? . . . '56 green Chevy . . . "Huh" . . . pet peeve: gym-"It's a waste of time." CASANDRA ANN LUCAS Sandy Work Pep 2, Trl-S 1, 2, 3, Bugs Future Nurses Club 3. Likes Work . . . "Think so, huh?" . . . secret desire: a wardrobe of powder V blue . . . a pass to get out of study 'P 5 hall. S Richard Lozoski s w c, 'xr X Casandra Ann Lucas ROBERT MCCULLOUGH Bob College Student Council 1, President 33 Pro Meritog Rod and Gun Club 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3. Shines on the basketball floor . . . strawberry shortcake . . . boating and Water- skiing . . . pet peeve: boys' bermuda shorts. SHANNON MCCUNE Nan College Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Tri-S 1, 2, 3g Gold Bugg Future Teachers Club 3, Library Club 33 Drama Club 23 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Cheerleaders 2, 3. Talking in Modern Problems fabout modern problems?j . . . "you know" . . . pet peeve: jokers who sign their names on lists posted on the bulletin board. MARY-ANNE MAFFIA Mary-Anne College Pep Club 2, 33 Future Teachers Club 3g Variety Show 2. Buy many clothes? . . . those eyes . . . food, food . . . "Ma-a-arcia" . . . the giggle. ROBERT M. MAIA Bob Service Football 1, 2, 3g Gold Bug. The big footballsman . . . good joker, huh, fellows . . . Looking for Bob? Heis probably down in South Amherst . . . pet peeve: English . . . a green Chevy. Robert McCullough L0 PQISY Sue Shannon McCune Mary-Anne Maffia R obert M. Maia Elmet Mand Shirley Jeanne Mather 4 X f ff Mfidjffk X fyyafwwy'wjWf'o'WFfyWoW7o'o ,J S7145 .ifkffmsf .S " 5 A . .A 1 , if 5 a sv ef swsm-mioswyaw-was , a Qs'V.,.vA,.s+,zs-7...-f of - ,sfo so - , .. ,s ,A 4.- f .-me , Q ,- is? ,519-sz-so -iz,-fa -4,15 sf Q QQ, . W 4- +1 fy ' 'We .ff s? S 442 6 Q A -rf W 14- if t Y . . f f . . sf. f sfwhsiwf of Kyo, .- , . . . a.-fa-sas-vfxf ,pgs ...ofa-si W 'V az fa if Z 'Q f ' -W A 41 of-7 5 A7 f fp -'jf , f '49 V 1' S. S , - Q a f A, f -1 , -', a.-sk-as f . 4, was 9 .- A V .. M 3-sz saw- 1 V494 Cf 2-W e fb I- ,, -o eo- f ,Wff, fa swf-s- 4-fgj Q, , - , , . , ,Q . 4 at , ff -X 2, S .K f 1 f , fa Cass - ,JZWQ 5 ' ' -sf X , Q l 4 -V W.-fa, of 1, V .M .. 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Q Q 77 , -W , -, ,, ,f -. 7.14, so.--asasa, 4 O f ,Q , of ., . fs ,f ry 4,f.W..sw5w-of7- fy 5, .Z . 2 , f ,sy A 1 , Q 4:-gf.-asf: ,.ff,f-szsal... ff - of f f 4-f - f 0 fa aarzasar Aw, - -os 2 I f ELMET MAND Elmer' Football 1, Track 13 Leaders Club 33 Drama Club 33 Science Club 2, 33 Gold Bug Co-Business Manager. College ' Permanent wave . . . tall and quiet? LORRAINE MASON Lorrie Tri-S 1, 2, 53 Graphic 3- A A Bashful? . . . "Oh, Boy" . . . Franco- American Club in Elasthampton . . . outside interests: up in the air? Work Lorraine Mason SHIRLEY JEANNE MATHER Shir! College French Club 23 Pep Club 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 2, Thespians Records and File Clerk 2, 33 Pro Meritog Drama Club lg American Field Service 2. Ice-skating, tennis, archery, sewing . . . interior decorating after college. CARL MATUSZKO Sonny College Sports Club 13 Football 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3. Oh, so many inches . . . real pro in basketball . . . What's the joke? NORMAN A. MILTIMORE Norm Service Rod and Gun Club 13 Chefs Club 5. Week-end address: Springfield . . . "It's crusty" BARBARA A. MITCHELL Bobbie College Tri-S 1, 2, 53 Graphic 2, Gold Bug, Pro Merito. Miss Goldilocks . . . "Oh, sugar" . . . likes horses . . . always shrugging those shoulders . . . talented accordion player . . . you think she's quiet, but- . "Wise guy or somethin' P" . . . Marines or Navy? Carl Matuszko Norman A. Miltimore Barbara A. Mitchell 35' 1 ,. 3- 111:-1 ' .f--I 'X-"n ttlll.ataw-.T-- 2 1 -. "Aj 1 EQCDIJ- la- ' Efmbexeii - - 5535151 51 ff item llzssziiqz' , 1 v, ln in tt fa.. 'lit rut Plllll MYMGD Eff ?f lt-l Gu Ci i hi r.,,' ,.,.'.,. ,. ,, iu1lHyM:.:t. pimious ltichtlubiz Pri Bifida lil time 2, milf Iii as- .. V.. U., ,- 1 1-lf? PHY: c.:+i. 'fi MARIE must time 1, Z! 5: l lPffl1lintrest?Dt35 1, R Wilt: ' i X . U," x54 glrls :Pr 5 1 M Lorraine M3500 Barbara Carolyn Moore Philip Raymond Morin iespians Records and File Cleil Service 2. :corating after college. I "Wise guy or somethinll . 7 Marino Of Nall' alwfil S thwart lt SCS - ' ', - t, hink She, quiet, bu 13 A, lla ,hell BARBARA CAROLYN MOORE Barb College Pep Club 3, Tri-S 1, 2, 3, Gold Bug, Band Librarian-Secretary 1, 2, 3, Pep Band Librarian-Secretary 1, 2, 3, Orchestra Librarian-Secretary 1, 2, Chorus Librarian- Secretary 2, 3, Regional Band Competition 3, Massachusetts All-State Band 1, 2, Western Massachusetts Festival 1, 2, Tri-State Festival 1, 3. Lives in the music room . . . Italian food . . . pet peeve: late people . . music, music, music. PHILIP RAYMOND MORIN Flrzrla College Rod and Gun Club 1, Science Club 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 33 Cross Country 2, 3. Found anywhere, going anyplace, anytime . . . fast man on the track. JANET MORRIS janet College French Club 3, Pro Merito, Future Teachers Club 2, 3, Library Club 3, American Field Service 2. Where did you get all those beautiful plaids? . . . peppermint, mmm . . . library . . . pet peeve: questionnaires . . . off to Knox. MARIE LOUISE MUSHENSKI Breezy Work Tri-S 1, 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3. Special interest? Don't be silly . . . X-ray technician . . . oooh, those hair styles . . pet peeve: girls who make wise remarks. WILLIAM NANARTONIS Bill College Rod and Gun Club 1, 2, Football 1, 33 Track 2, 3, Leaders Club 3. Skillful with a rifle . . . pet peeve: silly girls at school dances . . . The Rendevous. NANCY JANE NEET Nm, Nursing Student Council 1, Vice President 33 Pep Club 2, 3, Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Graphic 1, Co-editor 2, Editor 3, Future Nurses Club 3, Softball 1. "Call me tonight" . . . addressing en- velopes to the U. S. Navy . "YVhY don't kids get those Graphic arUC1GS in ?" . . . can really throw a hen party. Bill Nanartonis l 75 l E Janet Morris Marie Louise Mushenski Nancy Jane Neet William J. O'Brien Linda Paddock Carol Peterson A. Edwin Putnam Eugene Francis Raskevitz WILLIAM J. O'BRIEN Obie College Student Council 1, 33 Class Vice President 13 Class President 23 Graphic 1, 2, 33 Foot- ball 33 Basketball 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 3. Traveler . . . "That's lifei' . . . favorite sport-baseball . . . "But, Mr. johnson." LINDA PADDOCK Lin Marriage Tri-S 1, 33 Majorettes 13 Twirling Competition 13 Variety Show 13 Gold Bug. Faithful to our class and the Air Force . . . "Got any gum ?'f . . . never out of ideas for letterwriting . . . likes to make stuffed animals. CAROL PETERSON Paley Work Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Pep Club 1, 2, 3. Blonde . . . never in a hurry . . . "Hey, Nanc." A. EDWIN PUTNAM Put Commercial College Projectionist Club 23 Gold Bugg Basketball 33 Baseball 1, 2. Successful businessman of tomorrow . . . running record hops. EUGENE FRANCIS RASKEVITZ Gene Service That car . . . "I-Iowis it goin', fellas?" . . . pet peeve: studious people . . , Shum's . . . "Got your homework done?" GLORIA REYNOLDS Sbfffy Housewife Tf1'S 1, 2, 33 Chorus 1, 2. Discussions, my ability . . . the great big, beautiful voice . . . spaghetti , , l "unprintable." 76 Gloria Reynolds .55 if QT' 3' .'-4 Q13 L I 3 fiixni " .1 gr . '.- ' Q1-121. IJ- -' ' 21:31 W IL., .J vim' ECZIL In l:pCf111f:-5 , L ' 2.11 -ill' 15171: 13-I F1 251255 lea ' BQQQLLE S4111 Bra 11 la 2311: :ri :rx ' Ill EK im-3 'f' in MC-Z: f. . -, - I ' li ra? X' M54 3. .J . L. 3 , iii: 4 1 14 fm wi. .51 .. ,....., , .. ,... I. V V V WW . . ,. . . .Y f . 'L is-.K 'CML I l l Carol Peterson ident 23 Graphic li 2, lg Fool- all . . . "But, Mr.lolmson," ariety Show lg any gum? . . . imals. :ge lll lr :cord l10P5' Gold Bug. never out ol RICHARD C. RHODES Duffy College Science Club Vice President 2, Presi- dent 33 Baseball 1. Have you blown up the lab recently? . hard cider . . . pet peeve: con- fusion . . . knows the way to Florence, Mass .... skating. I WILLIAM RICHTERS Bill Service Rod and Gun Club 1, Drama Club 2g Thespians 2, 33 Baseball 1, 3. Lobster, mmm . . . "honest to God" . . . pet peeve: homework. Richard C. Rhodes JOSEPH ROCASAH foe Work Rod and Gun Club 2. Nature boy . . . mechanical . . .' slow but sure. MARILYN J. RODZWELL Rodz College Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Tri-S 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3. That bubbling spirit . . . popular songs . . . law research, archaeology. CHARLES F. ROGERS Clan: Service Baseball 1, 2, 3g Rod and Gun Club 2. No foreign languages, please . . . '52 Chevy . . . math whiz. EMILY ANN ROZWENC Emmy College French Club 33 Gold Bug, Future Nurses Club 3, Chorus 1, 2g Variety Show 1, 2, Cheerleaders 2, 3. "Look out for little me, bigvFroshl" . . . write many letters? . . . "Let's hear some noise at pep rallys" . . . "My hair is a mess." Gloria Rel nvlls SFX? yah Marilyn J. Rodzwell Charles F. Rodgers 77 William Richters joseph Rocasah af . tr., J. . , . M' fv ' Emily Ann Rozwenc Veikko Sahla Williain Shumway Philip Simmons VEIKKO SAHLA Vick College Student Council 33 Chorus 3. Skiing and ski-iU1T1PiU8 - I- - and he plays the guitar, too . . . trip to U.S.A. sponsored by the Methodist Church of New England . . . no smoking, girls . . . back to Finland in july. JOHN SEARLE fobnie Work Smilin' jack . . . good worker . . . permanent library pass. john Searle WILLIAM SHUMWAY Bill College Band 2. Agreeable . . . food . . . "That's life" . . . home-? PHILIP SIMMONS Bud College Rod and Gun Club 1, 23 Chorus 33 Football Manager 33 Basketball 3. Outdoor man . . , a fine bass . . . "I'l try anything once" . . . good for a laugh. MARCIA DEE SIMPSON Mac College Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Thespian Club 2, 33 Drama Club 1, 23 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Variety Show 1, 23 Softball 13 Cheerleaders 1, 2. Long, blond ponytail . . . "Grow up" . , . pet peeve: boys that have a big line . . , the "kiss me" girl from way back . . . off to the Hatch. ARLENE F. SKRIBISKI Skriby College Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Rod and Gun Club lg Gold Bug3 Future Teachers Club 2, Vice President 3. Beautiful sweaters . . . New York weekend . . . short-change the handsome ones at Shumways? . . . "You think so, huh?" Marcia Dee SIUTPSOU Arlene F. Skribiski :Ji ,ttt.-.a--- ' Mmtprtt A, Sinai ..-t t.tttttrrff I Hsiltmt 02? ' ' tt CHAPllrlX Sllliii t ltlt1tlGurt C31 5 Gttlloolittg 57? 7 5 A I A New Ytttn 1:17 tttrt sttrrtt Ptptlttbtf. 5,71- Dtttrta Club l, at.. Artist ot the that CAROL ll. SPIXDLE Pep Club l, Z, fl If: Orthtstrt t. 2: Cir: ttrtlield Stntt: 2. 1098, shitty hair . 3 .,a,,,-1 Q Pgulmt N, .l0l1f1 Searle r 3g Basketball 3. 1ce" . . . good foralaugl. g Drama Club 1, 33Cl10flf 1, 2. p gg boys that have abigllft lhe Hatch. :ture Teachers Club 2, llf trtchange the handsome Oli Aflfnc ' .V Alexander Chapman ALEXANDER A. SMITH Sonny Work Rod and Gun Club 1. The silent one . . . likes hunting , . . slow walking, easy talking. CHAPMAN SMITH Dave Service Rod and Gun Club 1, Football 2, 3. Goodlooking senior . . . car trouble . . . "Thanks a lot" . . . man, those muscles . . . New York trip-fun? JANET SMITH jamie College Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Tri-S 1, 2, 3, Thesipian Club President 3, Graphic 2, Pro Meritog Drama Club 1, Secretary 2, Cheerleaders 2. Artist of the class . . . pet peeve: chewing gum . . . future illustrator. CAROL M. SPINDLER Carol College Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Gold Bug, Pro Meritog Future Teachers Club 3' 7 Orchestra 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Western Massachusetts Music Festival 1, 2, Ameri- can Field Service 2. Long, shiny hair . . . outstanding student . . . music lover . . . Student Union. PAULINE ANNE STOSZ ' Paula W0fk Pep Club 1, Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Softball 1, 3, Basketball 1, 3. V "If you were any crazier, you'd be the craziest" . . . mmm, pizza pie . . . dis- likes people who talk about something they know nothing about. BEVERLY ELAINE THORNTON Bw Work Tri-S 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Bad- minton 1, 2, 31 Basketball 1, 2, 3. "I won't budge an inch" . . . one of the invincible duo . . . l'Oh, don't be smart" . . . special interest in special 1 Cars , , . pizza, mmm. y. 3 Vt , Pauline Anne Stosz 79 Janet Smith Carol M. Spindler Beverly Elaine Thornton f ,U f 1 f l ff f W Z , V, I, , Bette E, Thorpe Niels Peter Thorshaug Lucille Tidlund BETTE E. THORPE B.E.T. College Pep Club 23 Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Thespians Club 33 Gold Bugg Drama Club 1, Presi- dent 23 Basketball 1, 2, 3. Dramatics queen . . . striking clothes . . . bombs around in that car . . . she rocks, she rolls. - NIELS PETER TI-IORSHAUG Niels College Chefs Club 33 American Field Service 33 Football 33 Basketball 33 Track 3. Wham that pigskin . . . A.F.S.'er from Norway . . . favorite food: kjottkaker-What? fmeatballsj . . . Good luck, Niels. LUCILLE TIDLUND Cille Work Pep Club lg Tri-S 1, 23 Chorus 1, 2. Likes to bowl . . . pizza . . . "Do I have to?" . . . Always laughing . . . Shum's. MARY JANE TOY Pidgie College Student Council 2, 33 Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Gold Bugg Future Nurses Club 23 Chorus 1, 2. Therpixie hair styles . . . "Good grief" . . . personality plus . . . "That's dis- gustingn Mary Jane Toy DONALD URQUHART U V15 Service Freshman gals . . . smart dresser . . . a card . that "souped-up" car- always getting stuck? KATHLEEN MARY WARREN K49' Work 3 Pep Club 1, 23 Tri-S 1, 2, 5, , 1 Live wire . . . like pizza . . . Chicopee . . . pet peeve: quiet people and short boys . . . Shumway's. Donald Urquhart Kathleen Mary Warren 80 Vernon Kenneth i ll'l0blAS E. WEBB Baseball 1, 2, 31 U President 3. Fried clams . . .baseb onno T. vrrco Rod and Gun Club Bombing around in berry frappes, too. JOYCE MAY Wi-lf Seldom heard, olte1 MARIAN El.lZABf 11 Za Amt Science Club Tm Budding musician, fl0Il'l blow up the Da l VERNON KENNETH WATSON, JR. KW College Rod and Gun Club 1, President 23 Foot- ball 2, 33 Track and Field Events 1. Loves to eat . . . football man . . . pet peeve: girls. JOHN WEBB Speedie Work Rod and Gun Club 2, 33 Chefs Club 3. Quiet? . . . nice smile . . . car poor . . . no relation to Jack. Lucille Tidhmd Vernon Kenneth Watson, jr. John Webb Bug, Drama Club 1, Presl. ound in that car . Mule ,etball 33 Track 3. write food: kjottlcaker-Vlhall Always laughing - ' ' Shui , Nurses Club 23 Chllll ll ' L "Thats ll' - ' ' THOMAS E. WEBBER Tom College Baseball 1, 2, 33 Leaders Club 33 Graphic 33 Gold Bug, Auto Mechanics Club President 3. Fried clams . . . baseball man . . . cars . . . play poker much? DAVID T. WELCOME Dave Service Rod and Gun Club 1. Bombing around in the "jeep" . . . "Is that right?" , . . oysters, tripe . . . straw- berry frappes, too. JOYCE MAY WHITCOMB Ioycie Commercial College Seldom heard, often seen . . . skating . . . "unique" . . . likes horseback riding. MARIAN ELIZABETH WHITNEY Kilty College Tri-S 1, 2, 33 American Field Service Chairman 2, 3, Pro Merito3 Drama Club ig Science Club Treasurer 2, 3. Budding musician, mathematician, scientist, and what? . . . art in every class . . don't blow up the chemistry lab . . . Radcliffe, I'm on my way. Thomas E. Webber David T. Welcome Joyce May Whitcomb Ma Wglllmm 8I wr" rian Elizabeth Whitney Pearl Ann Williams Sylvia Wills Judy Wilson PEARL ANN WILLIAMS Ufillie Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Graphic 33 Drama Club y Work 3 3. 3 Dark curly hair . . . "Holy cow." lr ,J f I 1 l I . ., l li 'lk' 1 .','. in ,ij 3 'f fl, , r- gp Jw , ti 1 X . 1 X . L l '1 t 1 l 'X SYLVIA WILLS Syl Secretarial Work Befreckled redhead . . . sewing and typ- ing . . . "that cottonpicking thing" . . . A rings on her fingers. A 3 , JUDY WILSON llVilZy-Bird Nursing Basketball 1, 2, 33 Softball 1, 2, 33 Badminton 1, 2, 3. What's with motorcycles? . . . "Gee, that's great" . . . mighty athlete . . . pizza . . . happy-go-lucky . . . knows how to smile. JOHN WYMAN jobzz College Student Council lg Pro Merito Tll'CIlSL11'C1', Science Club 2, Program Chairman 33 Band 1, Manager 2. Student Director 33 Pep Band 1, 2, Director 33 Orchestra 1, Manager 2, Student Director 33 Variety Show 1, 23 Tri-State Orchestra 1, Western Massachusetts Orchestra 1, 23 Boys' State. The only boy in French 5-quelle vie! . . . always knows the right answer. JUDITH NEVART YEGIAN Judy College Student Council 23 American Field Service 2: Pep Club 1, 23 Tri-S 1, 2, 33 Gold Bug Co-editor, Pro Meritog French Club 33 Basketball 1, 2. I-lard working Gold Bugger '...' 'Hope you've started: deadlines tomorrow" . Student Union . . . pet peeve: sitting in the last row, last seat. 101111 XVYIUHU Judith Nevart Yegiafl az T ighty athlete . . .pizza 1, Program Chairman 31 Director 33 Orfhestra L rte Orchestra lg Wfslrfr 5 the right answff- , 2, ras 1, 1316014 , 2. endline's TOIUOUOW "' scat. ian h Ycwft Wg :I ' Eek! A mouse. King or the harem. HOHYWOOCI hound. Want a hunk? Ah, ma Cherie!-who me? Look here, Coach. And thanks to those whose generous aid Help us keep memories that never will fade. GOLD BUG SPONSORS Henry Adams Radio Shop Henry Adams Rexall Drug Store R. C. Adams Dairy A'Hern's Cliff Allen, Clothing Amherst Apple Cold Storage, Inc. Amherst Branch of Northampton Co-Operative Bank Amherst Cleaners Sc Dyers Amherst Concrete, Inc. Amherst Creamery Amherst Farmers' Supply Amherst Garage Co., Inc. Amherst Journal Record Amherst Laundromat Amherst Laundry Co., Inc. Amherst Oil Company Amherst Savings Bank Amherst Taxi, Inc. Amherst Theater Ann August Ashleyis Garage L. G. Balfour Company Baucom's Textbook Company Beauty Bar Blair 8: Cutting, Insurance Agency Compliments of a Friend Boiler Equipment Trust Bolles Shore Store GOLD BUG STAFF EDITORS: Yegian, M. Holden ART AND PLANNING: P. Loy, M. Toy SENIOR EDITORS: P. French, Galipeau, J. Langford, B. Mitchell. CLUB EDITORS: E. Emery, B. Ferrigno, Julian C. Spindler. FACULTY EDITORS: M. Brown, L. janse, CLASS EDITORS: J. DuBois, B. Iantosca. MUSIC EDITORS: E. Hanson, B. Moore. SPORTS EDITORS: L. Cary, B. Thorpe, S. Dimock, E. Putnam. BUSINESS MANAGERS: S. Martell, E. Mand. BUSINESS STAFF: K. Benoit, E. Bielunis, D. Casey, J. Farrar, N. Gass, P. Grybko, S. Guyott, D. H05 ford, R. jeffrey, P. jones, M. Kamenski, K. Kuc inski, R. Lozoski, C. Lucas, R. Maia, S. McCune, E. Rozwenc, A. Skribiski, T. Weber, Wyman. TYPISTS: P. Blasko, C. Garvey, P. Grybko, N. Jac que, M. Mushenski, L. Paddock, C. Peterson, G. Reynolds, P. Williams. EDITORS i ART AND PLANNING Dr Andrew Bc ce G. Bfoll' BYU I bert 5' Bfol Ro Brown'S Cum Burnett 8 Nm Dr' R, Sheldo Clark BBW College M0 College Dm A, Conklin, Constructi01 W , D, Coy Dorothy C George F. Daily Hal Dan's Gu james C. f Dick's Ar T. L. D01 Douglas-ll Dr. Steph. Elder lone Esquire Cl. First Nam Footit Rea, Paul T, F0 DI- Robert Gazette Bm Gibson Che Gilberfs M Gfibluorfg It Y , M. Toy . Galipeau Feffigno ' l- lulleue t L' lanse. Ifmtosca, - Moore, Thofpe, rtell, E, Maud' '. Bielunis, D. Casey 'B S- Guyotl, D. Hosi - Kamenski, K. Kuc- IR- Mali, 3. MeCune, w7ClDCI, Wyman, J, P. GIyl5li0, lat- lock, C. Peterson, G. IS 'MINING Dr. Andrew Booth Bruce G. Brown Robert S. Brown, Insurance 8: Real Estate Brown's Curtain Shop Burnett 8: Nash Insurance Dr. R. Sheldon Clapp Clark Beauty Studio College Auto Sales 8: Service College Drug Store A. Conklin, Construction Construction Service, Inc., Springfield W. D. Cowls, Inc., Lumber Dorothy Cox Shop George F. Cramer, jr., Attorney at Law Daily Hampshire Gazette Dan's Gulf Station james C. Daykins, Accountant Dick's Auto Service T. L. Dorsey's Memorials Douglas-Marsh, Inc. Dr. Stephen J. Duval Elder jones Lumber Corporation Esquire Cleaners First National Bank of Amherst Footit Real Estate Paul T. Ford, Attorney Dr. Robert Gage Gazette Branch Office Gibson Chevrolet Company Gilbert's Mobil Service Station Gribbon's Music House, Greenfield Griggs, Inc., Furniture SENIOR EDITORS CLUB EDITORS FACULTY EDITORS 5 e 5 v X e Pe 4' J . 5 we ff' . ix. . ' ste ee l 3 l . I X 'YP s. 'Q The Handsome Four, Class of '56 Ed Hart, Buick Hartwellls Garage A. J. Hastings Hehert's Dairy Hercules Cleanetrs Highway Grille Dr. Gerald F. Hogan Dr. Eugene M. Holden Holden Lumber Company Dr. C. E. Hynes Jean's Cleaners Jeffery Amherst Book 81 Music Shop Jeffery Beauty Salon Dr. Charles Joy Kamins Real Estate Keedy Insurance Agency Kentfield's Farm and Dairy Products Mitchell Koldy Studio Lashway's Store Lord Jeffery Inn Louis' Foods Joseph A. Martell Mathews Shoe Store McCallum's of Northampton McLellan Stores Company Dr. Peter Merzhach Mientka-Ripa Radio-TV Sales 81 Service Millar's Esso Station Montgomery Roses, Inc. Dr. Leo A. Moreau Mutual Plumbing 8: Heating CLASS EDITORS MUSIC EDITORS GIRLS' SPORTS EDITORS Hamilton I' NTP F, NG' 0 Qordofl . OHGHOUI Manu K L ie Owens Poulffl' ' Stephen Puifff- Randyts Store Rehotk2,5 Shoe Rowe? Gilfage Russellls Pail? Sandys Auto ' Glenn F- She Philip li. Shi Shumway'S l Ralph T. St: Student Uni "Doc" Sulli F. A. Thom V. A. Tidlu H. G. Toolo Tuttle, Exca University A House of 5. S. W Wellwoffh Wesley J Westcott 3, WHMP Cliff Winn Wirthmore Stanley W F .wa 1 'I ZH J QE. 11 1 R 1 u 1 f Hamilton I. Newell Gordon E. Neylon, Insurance One-Hour Martinizing K. L. Osmun, IGWCICI Owen's Poultry Earm Dr. Post Stephen Puffer, jr. Rancly's Store Rehorka's Shoe Repair Rowe's Garage Russell's Package Store Sandy's Auto Sales, Northampton Glenn E. Shaw, Turkeys Philip E. Shumway, General Contractor Shumway's Ice Cream Company Ralph T. Staah, Inc. Student Union Barber Shop "Doc" Sullivan E. A. Thompson 81 Son V. A. Tidluncl, Plumber H. G. Toole, Tree Work Tuttle, Excavating University Motors House of Walsh S. S. Wanczyk, Contractor Wellworth Pharmacy Wesley Wentworth Westcott 8: Son NYJHMP Northampton Cliff Winn, jewelers Wirthmore Stores Stanley Wojtoucs, General Contractor BOYS' SPORTS EDITORS BUSINESS MANAGERS AND STAFF TY PI ST MHER T HO T T O FO R ROPEANS Giving a few pointers on Italian food is Tony Graiff, the exuberant freshman from Milano, Italy. Paying special at- tention to Tony's Italianized English are Polly French and Marion Whitney, two hard-working members of the A.F.S. Club. in 5-:ar agangfgwggf . Sraiizwwi SUEHQQDM M slam Niels Thorshaug, a senior from Brummanddal, Norway, studies the Nor- wegian menu which was prepared by the cafeteria during "Foreign Relations Week." With him are Veikko Sahla, a student from Finland, and Betty Cos- tonis, our German P.G. We learn about other countries. TAYPQRW 'LU5L!5'L"F'9 .CPMFANY as 1 E 1 affV1fR 5, .-,1gJ'm:Nif, . 2?-wiWf 3. - ' 4 5 319 ' 1' was T11ofSfH'1awSfmQ ,mmm N0fw1Y,MarhN11 an mum which w : uf ls prepafdb mm dw' ' mg 'Foreigq kg:-ul. fuk" ' Wmlum areYfHsku 'UK mr Gem P.G.


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