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

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79 6 C AMHERST REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL GOLD BUG 1960 THE ROBERT EROST EDITION THE ROAD NOT TAKEN Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair. And having perhaps the better claim. Because it was grassy and wanted wear; Though as for that the passing there Had worn them really about the same, And both that morning equally lay In leaves no step had trodden black. Oh, I kept the first for another day! Yet knowing how way leads on to way, I doubted if I should ever come back. I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — I took the one less traveled by. And that has made all the difference. To Robert Frost we dedicate this book. It is our way of saying thanks to him, our favorite poet, for the beauty and feeling he has translated into words, for the inspiration he is to all who aspire to write, and for the gestures of _ friendship he has made to Amherst youth. One could do worse than be a swinger of birches. -Birches FACULTY 5 ELEANOR FILLMORE Guidance; Assistant Principal University of Massachusetts, B.S., M.S. ROSE BEAUMONT Dietitian University of Oklahoma, B.S. KAY MARTIN School Nurse New England Deaconess, R.N. ROBERT DOMINA Guidance Counselor Keene Teachers College, B.Ed. University of Massachusetts, B.S. LINDA CHICKERING English and Speech University of New Hampshire, B.A. CHARLES ABRAMSON Physical Education Springfield College, B.S. LAUREL CROUSE English Boston University, B.A. JOHN R. COX English and Speech American International College, B.A. ANGELO CORREALE Drivers Training Education and Physical Education Springfield College, B.S. and AA.S. ELIZABETH FOLEY Shorthand and Typing Salem State Teachers College, B.S. Ed. Boston University, M.S. Ed. WILLIAM F. FREISEM United States History and Civics Hamilton College, A.B. University of Pennsylvania, M.A. C. ARTHUR EDDY Mathematics Colby College, A.B. BETTY JANE DONLEY Latin, German, and Greek Mt. Holyoke, A.B. and M.A. WILLIAM HUTCHINSON Biology Clark University, A.B. and M.A. DOROTHY FURGESON English and Speech Spokane University, B.A. Smith College, M.A. ANN B. HART French, History of Civilization, and United States History and Civics Smith College, B.A. IRENE HALE Bookkeeping, Typing, and Business Mathematics Salem State Teachers College B.S. Ed. ARTHUR L. SWIFT Chemistry University of Massachusetts, B.S. Fellowship from the National Science Foundation in Chemistry at the University of New Hamp- shire for summers of 1957 and 1958 MIRIAM SHAW Mathematics and Physical Science St. Lawrence University, B.S. University of Massachusetts, M.S. and Ph.D. JILL TRAVERSO Art Rhode Island School of Design, B.F.A. MARGARET HERRING Librarian Suffolk University University of Houston Member of American Library Association BETTY FIL Secretary Amherst High School Graduate BARBARA ROBINSON Office Assistant Amherst High School Graduate Northampton Commercial College Audio-Visual Aids Westfield State Teachers College, B.S. Ed. Springfield College, M.Ed. ( (■‘1 EDWARD L. WEAVER Custodian MRS. ALDRICH Matron Cafeteria Staff: MRS. SMITH MRS. HOLMES FIRST ROW: Stone, Smith, Patnaude, Zumbruski, Cembalist , C. Allen, Parkinson, Ennis, Domina, T. Allen. SECOND ROW: Martin, Glaszcz, Weir, Hurston, Cramer, Briggs, Telega, Basara, Wilson. THIRD ROW: Campbell, Crowley, Doktor, Wagner, Markert, O ' Rourke, Tidlund, Warren, Her- man. FOURTH ROW: Abramson, Correale, Paradine. FOOTBALL For the first time in more than twenty years, the Amherst football team completed an undefeated season. As the highlight of the season, the Canes swept through the Intercounty League without losing a contest enroute to sole possession of the crown. This was the first Am- herst team to hold the Intercounty title undisputedly. The team started the season by whipping the only non-league opponent on the schedule, Williamstown, 18-12. This triumph was followed by victories over Frontier, Arms, and AAahar. The Canes took a giant step toward the league crown by blasting a favored South Hadley eleven, 28-0. This victory was followed by another smashing triumph, as the Cane ' s made it two in a row with a 30-0 blanking of Ware, previously undefeated. The Canes finished the season by squeezing out wins over Murdock and Ludlow. The key to the season was the combination of a stalwart defense and break-away offense. The Canes came up with their top performances of the season when they were most needed. Individual laurels went to Tom Parkinson, All-In- tercounty League fullback. He paced the Intercounty League in scoring and was close to fhe top all season in the Western Mass, scoring lists. Other ARHS All-Inter- county players were Cliff Allen, Wes Cembalisty, and Dennis Patnaude. This trio comprised the left side of the all-star team line and was responsible for the dif- ficulty the opposition faced in running against the Canes. Other seniors turning in top performances were Bill Ennis, end; Steve Smith and Jim Allen, guards; and Tom Martin, Steve Stone, Charlie Domina, and Bob Wilson, backs. Amherst Williamstown 12 18 Frontier Regional 18 20 Arms Academy . - 6 28 Mahar Regional . 14 24 South Hadley 0 28 Ware 0 30 Murdock 6 14 FIRST ROW: Meader, Hewlett, Andrews, Telega, Kamensky, Markert. SECOND ROW: Manager Herman, Trachy, Crowley, Allen, O ' Rourke, Waskiewicz, Parkinson, Wilson, Coach Correaie. VARSITY BASKETBALL The Amherst Regional Hurricanes compiled a fine 13 and 4 record to finish second in the Hampshire League. In the three independent games which opened the ' Canes ' ' 59-60 season, ARHS copped one victory. The triumph over Athol, however, proved to be one of the biggest wins of the season. Amherst was one of three teams to defeat the Athol five which was later invited to the Western Mass. Tournament. West Spring- field and a strong Northampton team administered the early losses to the Hurricanes. Once the Hampshire schedule opened, the Hurri- canes hit their stride. Hopkins, Frontier, Pioneer, St. Michaels, and Arms were easily defeated twice. South Hadley and Smith Academy were a different story. The two contests with the Tigers were two of the best of the Hampshire League season. Amherst took the first, 51-50, at South Hadley and decisioned the Tigers 55-53 on the home court. Smith Academy, the Hampshire champs and West- ern Mass. Tournament winners, were the only league five to down the ' Canes. They bested ARHS easily in Amherst, 68-47, but had trouble when the Hurricanes traveled to the Hatfield Court, 63-54. While there was no one big scorer for the ' Canes, they owed their success to the balanced scoring of the starting five. Bob Wilson topped the team with Cliff Allen, Eddie Trachy, Tom Parkinson, and Chuck O ' Rourke all close to the 10 points per game mark. Denny Was- kiewicz did a fine job as the team ' s number six man and filled in ably for Tom Parkinson when the latter was injured late in the season. Bruce Meader, the sixtn senior on the team, performed well when called upon. West Springfield Athol Amherst 36 27 46 48 Northampton . 59 40 Arms Academy 20 63 South Hadley 50 51 St. Michaels . _ 32 64 Smith Academy ... 47 47 Hopkins Academy .. 52 65 Pioneer Regional 53 75 Frontier Regional . 49 63 Arms Academy 34 54 South Hadley St. Michael ' s 53 55 46 79 Smith Academy . 54 54 Hopkins Academy 43 61 Pioneer Regional 41 53 Frontier Regional 37 62 20 FIRST ROW: Manager A. Dimock, P. Soufhwick, C. Powers, S. Blackmore, T. Tilley, D. Bysiewski, F. Glaszcz, Manager D. Smith. SEC- OND ROW: Coach Caouette, W. Telega, W. Hewlett, J. Kamensky, V. Zimbruski, C. Andrews, K. Brown, Manager J. Tibbetts. J.V. BASKETBALL The J.V. team wound up with a good season, 1 1-3. A good portion of this year ' s little Hurricanes will supply the main punch for Coach Correale ' s team next year. The J.V. ' s held their opponents to an average of 41 points per game while they themselves averaged 51 per game. Amherst West Springfield 40 42 Athol 39 51 Northampton ... 67 50 South Hadley 32 26 Smith Academy 50 48 Hopkins Academy 44 73 Pioneer Regional 24 48 Frontier Regional .. . 38 54 Arms Academy 43 55 St. Michaels 53 66 Smith Academy 45 52 Hopkins Academy 21 48 Pioneer Academy 31 46 Frontier Regional 47 57 Two more points for Amherst. 22 FIRST ROW: Dimock, Briggs, Hurston, Hardy, Waskiewicz, Martin. SECOND ROW: Campbell, Parkinson, Stone, Crowley, Trachy, Allen. THIRD ROW: Coach Abramson, McCullough, O ' Brien, Putnam, Smith, Coach Robinson. BASEBALL The 1959 baseball season proved to be an ex- tremely satisfactory one with Coach Charles Abramson directing the high school squad for the first time. Coach Abramson did a fine job of " whipping his nine into shape " in a couple of weeks as Northampton ' s team found out in the opening game. Amherst bats cracked sixteen hits in the " Hamp " game and for the remainder of the season hard hit balls threatened each opposing team. The team ' s record was nearly a perfect one, with two heartbreaking losses to Arms Academy. The 1960 season looks as though it will be as good a year, if not better, with six of the nine starters back from the ' 59 team. Coach Abramson will have to find men to replace the vacated shortstop, centerfield, and first base positions. Some of the highlights of the ' 59 season might be found in the power hitting exhibition by Bill O ' Brien, who parked one well-hrt ball in the wading pool, and the superb pitching performances by Ed Putnam and Cliff Allen. Putnam had a record of 8-1 while Allen pitched to a sparkling 6-2, very good record for an underclassman. Cliff will be back in the ' 60 season as the number one pitcher. Amherst Northampton - 5 13 Turners Falls 0 2 St. Michael ' s 8 6 Springfield Commerce 0 8 Springfield Cathedral ... . 3 4 St. Michael ' s — 1 8 Smith Academy 1 1 3 Pioneer Regional _ 0 5 Frontier Regional 0 1 Arms Academy 1 0 Hopkins Academy 0 16 Smith Academy _ 0 8 Brattleboro, Vt. . — 2 5 Pioneer Regional 0 4 Frontier Regional . 0 1 Arms Academy 2 0 Hopkins Academy 0 2 23 TRACK ' 59 track had a good record under Coach Bremner of the junior high school faculty. They came out on top with Turners, Greenfield, Longmeadow, Holyoke, Northampton, South Hadley, Athol, and Frontier. They placed sec- ond to Cathedral High in a three-way meet at Gardner, with Mahar coming in last. With a number of good lettermen returning. Coach Kenneth Caouette hopes to repeat last year ' s record. From all indications interest among underclassmen is high, and the boys may top the list o f valley tracksters this spring. FIRST ROW: A. Horton, H. Moriarty, R. Hankinson. SECOND ROW: G. Goodnow, D. Smith, R. Guyette, D. Chenney. 24 FIRST ROW: R. Owen, V. DuBois, M. Niedeck, N. Rule, S. Payson, E. Winn, S. Berry. SECOND ROW; L. Janse, B. Thorpe, P. Grybko, J. DuBois, D. Fuller, L. Carey, E. Emery. THIRD ROW: G. Jacque, B. Paradise, B. Crossmon, D. Keegan, L. Carey, J. L. Moore, J. Kzcowski, A. Mathieson, S. Joy, A. Jacque, E. Lachman, C. Horton, Coach Layson. SOFTBALL The 1959 softball team completed a short season of six games with four wins and two losses. Averaging 15.8 points per game to their opponents ' 8.8 points per game, the team won decisive victories over Pioneer and two very close games over Frontier and Nort- hampton. Good pitching, hard hitting, and strong de- fensive work proved to be a valuable asset to the suc- cess of the team. Amherst Frontier . 6 7 Frontier 14 5 Northampton 11 12 Pioneer _ _ 8 16 Northampton _ _ _ 7 6 Pioneer 7 49 25 BASKETBALL The Varsity team ended a highly com- mendable 1960 season with seven victories and four defeats. Averaging 28 points per game, the sharpshooting forwards scored a total of 308 points while the excellent de- fensive work of the guards held the op- ponents to only a total of 219 points. The ARHS girls were beaten only by Frontier Regional and Greenfield; decisive victories were won over South Hadley, Pioneer, and St. Michael ' s. The guards played their best games also against South Hadley and Pioneer, in which games the opponents were very limited in their scoring. The most exciting match was played with Frontier. Although the Amherst team went down to defeat 33-32, the game was very close all the way, and the lead changed hands several times during the play. Opponents Amherst Greenfield 24 18 Frontier 33 32 Pioneer Regional 9 34 Greenfield . 35 7 St. Michael ' s 14 28 Northampton — - .... ..... 21 26 Pioneer Regional 13 30 St. Michael ' s _ . . 19 25 Northampton 21 37 Frontier - - . 22 15 South Hadley 8 56 26 M. Tenny, E. Booth, J. Doktor 28 S. Fitts J. L. Moore N. Blasko VARSITY CHEERLEADERS FIRST ROW: J. Vlach, D. Keegan, Captain; N. Spelman. SECOND ROW: R. Owen, L. Lashway, A. .Foden. ABSENT: S. Page. The Cheerleaders, always an active group, were particularly busy this yeaf. In addition to their regular schedule of performances at all football and basketball games away and at home, they sponsored a triple header basketball event shortly before Christmas to raise money for uniforms and for the banquet honoring the football team. The triple header included women faculty members versus senior girls, faculty men versus alumni, and two local teams. The Small Schools Tournament offers the girls an opportunity to display their well-practiced routines before a large and appreciative group of spectators. Their time, efforts, and talent paid off this March when they performed there in support of the Hurricanes. Members of this organization are chosen by a committee of faculty members and a student committee of the same size appointed by class officers. Contestants for a place on the squad try out and the committees make their selections. J.V. cheer- leaders are chosen in the same way and are eligible for positions on the varsity squad upon graduation of veterans. To the cheerleaders goes some of the credit for the winning teams of ARMS. They deserve cheers for their loyal leadership and for their support of the competitive sports of the school. 29 FIRST ROW; P. Cook, K. Guyott, T. Hemenway. SECOND ROW: C. Vendette, B. Dickinson, G. Kauffman, S. Allen. JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders showed their talent in many original cheers and joint routines with the varsity squad. They also worked to make the football banquet a success. MAJORETTES The majorettes added to the half- time entertainment at home football and basketball games and to the Booster Day Parade. The group distinguished them- selves in the big October parade in cele- bration of Amherst ' s Bicentennial. FIRST ROW; D. Lapinski, K. Chase, N. Houston, S. Smith, C. Domina, B. Mather, H. Riechel, R. Fishel. SECOND ROW: A. Dimock, R. Guyott, R. Gozzi, D. Smith, C. O ' Rourke, T. Parkinson, R. Wilson, G. Weir, A. Horton. THIRD ROW; S. Spakowski, N. Cook, M. Basile, C. Vaughan, M. Johnson, P. Hendrickson, E. Kenseth. STUDENT COUNCIL Thursday morning to the homerooms and asked for questions, suggestions, and re- action on the business negotiated at Coun- I cil meetings. This year a mail box was in- I stalled, a movie was sponsored, and a comb dispensing machine was added. N. Houston, S. Smith, Mr. Oliver, C. Domina. ABSENT: V. Ward. I, ! The Student Council, staffed by mem- bers elected from each homeroom and its officers elected by ballot, is responsible for the good relations among students and between students and faculty. The Council I met each Wednesday of the school year and its homeroom members reported each PRO MERITO At a special Pro Merito assembly in March, the members of Pro Merito were awarded pins. At this meeting Thomas Herlihy of Deerfield Academy spoke on the subject, " The Value of the Academic in this Age. " Earlier in the year Prof. Rose of the University of Massachusetts spoke to a joint meeting of Pro Merito and the Mathe- matics Club. His subject was " Finite and Infinite Numbers. " Much credit for this year ' s activities goes to President Dunn and Vice-President Musgrave. The latter was unable to finish the year ' s duties as she left in January to enroll at the University of Massachusetts. FIRST ROW: M. Loomis, A. Brown, P. Gilgut, M. Dunn, N. Newell, L. Carey, B. Mather, Miss Donley. SECOND ROW: K. Bibeau, G. Wilson, S. Smith, R. Wilson, D. Waskiewicz, P. Beck, J. Doktor, J. Wick, C. Snape. FIRST ROW: J. Kzcowski, M. Casey, S. Smith, J. Childs, N. Newell, D. Lapinski, Mr. Crouse, M. Cashman, S. Cunningham. SECOND ROW: L. Campbell, K. Guyoft, N. Newell, G. Wilson, S. Stowell, S. Lapworth, N. Tulenko, L. Lashway, E. Goodrich, R. Owen, B. Paradise, K. Bibeau. THIRD ROW: S. Harwick, J. Stevens J. Kates, R. Kidder, R. Pruncnal, A. Pruncnal, R. Gozzi, E. Winn, B. J. Waskiewicz, K. Hawthorne. GRAPHIC With Norman Newell as editor, John Childs as business manager, and Jim Kates as head of special projects, the staff published eight issues of the Graphic this year, reducing the price per copy from fifteen to ten cents. This achievement was no small one as out of the $900 budget, only about sixty per cent is raised through advertising and sales. That means that the other forty per cent must be made from special money raising events. The staff felt, however, that a lower sale ' s price increased the circulation, a valuable feature in ad getting. This year ' s money raising events included the famous Beatnik parties, a feature of which was the original and clever intermission entertainment. One semi-formal was sponsored with the Mood Makers furnishing the music and the Tune Teens contributing to the intermission program. A hard top hop in the student parking lot was sponsored in the spring. In addition to the social events the staff held the refreshment con- cession at basketball games. They also operated a refreshment purchasing agency more as a service to the school, however, than as a money maker since the proceeds were small. Mr. Crouse, able adviser of the Graphic, reported a good year. 33 A.F.S. Organized last year, the American Field Service Club has grown in popularity as its need for existence has become greater. The club ' s chief objective is to raise money for a world student exchange program. Last year three foreign students at- tended ARMS, one under the auspices of the A.F.S. Of the two foreign students here this year, one was sponsored by the A.F.S. This program permits one junior from this school to go abroad for a summer. Last summer Bob Wilson was chosen to go abroad and divided over eight weeks between two German families. This year ' s junior was not yet named when the Gold Bug went to press. Brigitte Kinast, from Salzburg, Austria, lived this year with the Dr. Gage family and attended ARHS as a senior. FRENCH CLUB Social as well as educational, the French Club sponsored a school dance, a visit to New York City, and a ski trip to Bromley. Meetings were called by the president rather than having a scheduled program. Meetings featured people who spoke of France; her art and culture, her people, and her political problems. 35 LITERARY CLUB With Mr. Cox as their adviser the Literary Club met every Wednesday to read and discuss the creative writing of its members. Although small this is a very active and loyal club. Their work in short story, poetry, and essay writing is kept up through club deadlines. Occasionally local writers spoke to the group as help and inspiration. An active correspondence was kept up with last year ' s member, Kreishna Winston, now in Europe. I ' FIRST ROW: M. Loomis, S. Patrick, Miss Johnson, P. Gilgut, V. DuBois E. Cramer, E. Winn, A. Morris. SECOND ROW: D. Ferrigno, M. A. Post, h M. J. Niedeck, G. Wilson, R. Campbell, B. Crossmon, S. Lapworth, L. Garis, P. Vernell. I I FIRST ROW: J. Fishel, D. Lapinski, B. Paradise, R. Kidder, A. Morris, Mr. Eddy, C. Dudley, D. Grow, K. Gilbert. SECOND ROW: T. Allen, D. Waskiewicz, N. Newell, W. Hewlett, D. Hankinson, B. Richardson, J. Tibbetts, J. Warner. THIRD ROW: W. Lewis, M. Basile, N. Cook; ' S. Brown, M. Johnson, P. Hendrickson, M. Kurrier. MATH CLUB j The Math Club was newly organized this year by Mr. Eddy and interested students who drew up a constitution and invited all others interested in the subject I to attend. Meetings were held at three week intervals with speakers at each session. I Mr. Fishel, guest speaker at the first meeting, used “Recreational Mathematics " as I his subject. Student speakers included Mark Johnson on " What Are the Chances? " , ' Jerry Warner on “Geometric Series, " and Dorothy Lapinski on “Operation Abacus. " Questions and discussion followed each presentation. Because of the large number of juniors in the club there should be continued I interest next year. I I 36 PEP CLUB The annual Booster Day weekend this year was one of the highlights of the football season due to the work of the Pep Club, the liveliest organization at ARHS. The club with the help of its adviser. Miss Lawson, planned the float parade, the rally, and the bon fire. They also sponsored the informal sock hop on Friday evening before the Saturday game with Ware and the Saturday night hop following the game. They solicited ads for programs and sold tags to make this event one of the biggest of the season. This club was responsible for chartering buses to carry members and a root- ing section to all away games. .Members sold refreshments at all home games and used proceeds to help finance the bus trips, thus lowering the cost for the people traveling to games by bus. They sold Amherst buttons, banners, and beanies, all of which added to the enthusiasm and good sportsmanship at all games. 37 FIRST ROW: S. Carey, Miss Chickering, P. Hanson, E. Goodrich, G. Weir, E. Lachman, M. Graham, S. Jacque, M. King. SECOND ROW: K. Chase, E. March, L. Lashway, G. Kauffman, S. Lapworth, S. Stowell, R. Rowell, M. Stacey, M. Daniels, J. Crooker. THIRD ROW: B. Golding, D. Cheney, S. Burke, V. Zumbruski, S. Tzkaizic, P. Renaud, S. Smith, D. Wright. DRAMA CLUBS Guild 13 Drama Club, advised by Miss Chickering, and Studio 7, advised by Mr. Cox, put on their annual assembly plays early in the v inter. Beware the Bear, by Studio 7, and The Trysting Place, by Guild 13, were successfully produced and were enjoyed by the entire student body. FIRST ROW: S. Smith, R. ZumbruskI, D. Patnaude, S. Patrick, B. Mather, D. Ferrigno, W. Lewis, H. Wilkinson, P. Hendrickson. SECOND ROW: J. E. Moore, N. Carpenter, E. Winn, Mr. Cox, M. Weir, R. Wilson, C. Vaughan, J. Doktor, A. Brown, L. Garis. THESPIANS Thespian troupe 1 333 spent the fall semester revising the troupe constitution and replacing and bringing up to date the experience profiles of its members. Spring productions included an Evening of Drama and a three-act play. Troupe 1333 belongs to the National Thespian Society which is a nationwide honorary dramatic group. Its members are chosen from among those students who have exhibited considerable scholastic potential as well as outstanding talents in the field of dra- matics. To gain membership in the troupe a person must have participated in the production of at least one three-act play or three one-act plays in addition to having ac- cumulated ten of the points awarded in all phases of dramatic production. Additional points are recorded toward further recognition of merit. 39 FIRST ROW: S. Stowell, M. Loomis, J. E. Moore, M. A. Post, N. Carpenter, N. Newell, R. Fishel, E. Goodrich. SECOND ROW: J. Crooker, R. Owen, B. J. Waskiewicz, D. Lapinski, B. Paradise, Miss Fillmore, N. Houston, J. Seymour, S. Jacque, M. Casey, D. Grow, J. Kzcowski. FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB This year ' s Future Teachers Club organized in early December with officers elected and plans made for the year. They began the year ' s activities with a trip to State Teachers College in Framingham. During the year members visited classes in some of the local grade schools and in the junior high school. A panel of local teachers met with the club at which time members were able to have their questions discussed and answered. AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS CLUB One of the busiest clubs in school, the Audio- Visual, trained and men- tored by Mr. Oldershaw, ran films, tape recorders, and recordings at the re- quest of teachers and clubs. They were responsible for assembly lighting and sound, and members aided dramatic groups as stage technicians for their produc- tions. Mr. Oldershaw took his boys on a trip to a tele- vision station in Springfield. 40 ROD AND GUN CLUB The Rod and Gun Club, organized some years ago, gains popularity each year. Among the field trips made, this year ' s most popular trip was the one to Leverett Pond to fish through the ice. I FIRST ROW: C. LaBonte, D. Kaminski, Mr. Moore, W. Knightly, D. Ashley. SECOND ROW: R. Dunn, R. Collins, T. Stolarski, J. Ostrowski, F. Thornton, C. Gianarakos. I 41 FUTURE NURSES CLUB The Future Nurses Club adopted a new policy in the 1959-1960 school year. The club was changed from one which was strictly for those, interested in nursing to one which included the whole field of technical jobs and therapy. A trip to Burbank Hospital in Fitchburg in the fall, a discussion group meeting in December, and a trip to Cooley Dickinson Hospital, Northampton, in the spring formed most of the action for the club year. FIRST ROW; B. Meader, R. Ofto, E. Weaver, C. Domina, S. Smith, A. Prucnal, R. Zumbruski, E. Trachy. SECOND ROW: T. Parkinson, C. Allen, D. Waskiewicz, C. O ' Rourke, W. Cembalisty, F. Crowley, S. Stone, R. Wilson. THIRD ROW; R. Herman, J. Cramer, D. Patnaude, E. AAarkert, L. Briggs, P. Hendrickson. LEADERS CLUB The Leaders Club, organized to assist gym teachers, includes both juniors and seniors. These people are particularly helpful in orga nizing large classes in gym- nastics and calisthenics. The Club put on two dances this year to raise money for uniforms. TRI-S Tri-S, the school ' s largest and busiest organization began its year ' s program of activities with the initiation of freshmen in September. The day of initiation closed with the traditional banquet for all members. At Thanksgiving time the club collected food and through the Welfare Department distributed baskets to needy families. Christmas vacation witnessed the year ' s first formal, Bal d ' Hiver, a very memorable event. Finally, to climax the winter season, the club members held a tobogganning party at a local hill and enjoyed a brisk evening of fun and excitement, warmed by hot cocoa and a fire. Late ir the year the club sponsored a clothing drive. This drive repeated the success of the previous year ' s drive, which, in May of 1959, merited a placque from the Good Will Industries in recognition of the three tons of clothing collected at that time Other activities of the year included swimming and bowling meets at the University and a guest beauty consultant at one of the spring meetings. FIRST ROW: S. Shepard, C. Vendette, M. Daniels, S. Bond, N. Tulenko, E. Taylor, P. Cook, S. Carey, R. Perry, B. Snape, D. Urquhart, E. Hewlett. SECOND ROW: V. Goodhind, A. Stosz, N. Steckel, C. Crosson, J. Footit, B. Wyman, S. Tidlund, J. Seymour, R. Rowell, E. March, J. Maffia, J. Rowell. THIRD ROW: R. Tague, S. Harwick, A. Davis, K Chase, M. Aldrich, D. Davis, V. Brace, B. Page, J. Adams, L. Newport, M. King, J. Jeffrey. FOURTH ROW: K. Guyott, M. Hanks, M. Wilson, M. Winn, G. Beturney, P. Hanson, C. Stone, G. Kauffman, E. Melanson, J. Fuller, S. Stowell, N. Varley. FIFTH ROW: N. Allen, N. Stacy, A. Russell, D. Hebert, R. Spear, T. Hemen- way, S. Allen, B. Dickinson, M. Arons. FIRST ROW: J. Russell, E. Wentworth, K. Hawthorne, S. Joy, R. Fishel, E. Goodrich, C. Dudley, V. DuBois, M. J. Niedeck, C. Beau mont, A. Howland, A. Morris. SECOND ROW: H. Badger, D. Barton, S. VanFleet, A. Foden, S. Lapworth, A. Sapia, J. Fishel, S. Mac Connell, S. Rogers, L. Thorndike, S. Spakowski, S. S. Harvey. THIRD ROW: M. Graham, C. Dubose, K. Dzuiba, B. Doherty, A. Jacque M. Casey, C. Meader, L. Crossmon, H. Benoit, F. Swartz. FOURTH ROW: S. King, E. Cramer, N. Newell, S. Patrick, S. Miazaga, L Campbell, N. Towle, S. Cunningham, D. Grow, K. Gilbert, P. Vernell. FIFTH ROW: N. Spelman, L. Lashway, R. Owen, M. Etier, N Rule, E. Kenseth, D. Thorndike, J. Harris. FIRST ROW: J. Kzcowski, M. Cashman, D. Keegan, L. Carey, S. Beery, S. Grandonico, B. Crossmon, N. Waskiewicz, C. Dihimann, S. Fitts, N. Blasko, E. Booth. SECOND ROW: L. Cook, E. Allen, D. Lapinski, C. Horton, A. Newton, B. J. Waskiewicz, J. Scaborough, M. Holden, D. Hunt, D. Sindberg, K. Thayer, C. Seymour. THIRD ROW: B. Paradise, G. Wilson, D. Ferrigno, J. Lilly, M. A. Malinoski, D. Chaffee, C. Davis, G. Jacque, K. Bibeau, C. Snape, P. Vendette. FOURTH ROW: N. Carpenter, P. Gilgut, H. Rieschel, E. Lachman, N. Houston, S. Smith, B. Goodhind, J. Kosloski, B. Kinast, J. Wick, E. Winn. FIFTH ROW: M. A. Post, J. E. Moore, J. Allen, M. Loomis, A. Brown, L. Garis, C. Vaughan, J. L. Moore, F. Schabacker. FIRST ROW: A. Morris, J. Hardy, B. Crossman, B. Snape, R. Perry, R. Wilson, J. Norton, C. Beaumont, C. Snape. SECOND ROW: G. Rich- ason, D. Wyman, D. Hankinson, R. Hankinson, R. Kidder, B. Boicourt, J. E. Moore, P. Perhonis, B. Waskiewicz. THIRD ROW: D. Collins, S. Smith, W. Moore, G. Mellen, R. Guyott, J. Simpson, R. Moreau, H. Wilkinson. FOURTH ROW: J. Harris, J. Fishel, L. Briggs, A. Horton. BAND As usual, this year was an active one for the Band. Under the competent direction of Dr. J. Clement Schuler, it made its first appearances at all the home football games. In October it led the annual Halloween Parade in North Amherst, and then led the annual Booster Day Parade for the game against Ware. Also during this month, the group took part in Amherst ' s five hour Bicentennial Parade. When the December holidays arrived, the Band played seasonal music at the school as- sembly, which music was then recorded on tape and played on the WHMP radio station Christmas day. During the spring it made several more appearances: one at the Annual Spring Concert, another at the PTA concert, and one at the Amherst Community Fair. Dr. Schuler took the Band to the Tri-State Festival. Next year ' s Band will miss the ' 60 Graduates: Carolyn Snape, Betsy Crossman, James Hardy, Judy E. Moore, Betty Jane Waskiewicz, George Richason, Herbert Wilkinson, Robert Wilson, and Stephen Smith. 44 ARHS PEP BAND This year ' s Pep Band has been a strong and spirited organization under the direction of Rushworth Kidder, ' 61. As well as being strictly student-run, all of the members are volunteers. School spirit was greatly stimulated and supported by this group at all home sports events. Practicing once a week on Thursday, the Pep Band, along with making a fine sound, looked attractive and added tremendously to the basketball season in particular. The band ' s repertoire consists of spirited, popular music, chosen by the leader with the consent of the members. The student director of the band automatic- ally becomes leader of the Pep Band. Aside from its appearance at all home games and some of the away from home games, the Pep Band appeared on TV early this spring as part of the publicity for the Small Schools Tournament at the University of Massachusetts. 45 FIRST ROW: D. Hankinson, R. Hankinson, D. Wyman, R. Boicourt, R. Kidder. SECOND ROW: S. Smith, J. Simpson, R. Moreau, H. Wilkinson. BRASS CHOIR This year ' s Brass Choir, composed of ten members, made its first appearance during the holiday season for the Christmas School Assembly at which it led the entire student body and faculty in carol singing. They also led the caroling on the South Amherst Common December 1 8. The day before Christmas, they played for the Rotary Club and led the carol singing there, too. Later on in the year, the Brass Choir played at the Sunrise Service in Pelham on Easter Sunday. They also made plans to enter competition in one of the music festivals. TUNE TEENS Originating in ninth grade, the Tune Teens have come a long way. Their first assignments were singing for small local organizations. In no time at all their popularity had spread into other Massa- chusetts communities and their engagements became numerous. At first they sang only three-part, group-ar- ranged popular songs. In time they added more parts and in- cluded modern numbers in their repertoire. At the begin- ning of this year, their senior year, the girls made a record, climaxing their career as a vocal group. Since the girls are going to separate colleges, next fall will mark the end of this quartet. Perhaps their success will prove an incen- tive to other small high school groups. 46 J. Wick, B. Mather, E. Winn, C. Vaughan FIRST ROW: N. Cook, A. Dimock, R. Knight, D. Smith, B. Mather, J. Wick, J. E. Moore. SECOND ROW: M. Loven, N. Steckel, C. Seymour, M. Lilly, R. Tague P. Winn, L. Garis, E. Winn, L. Williams, P. Cook, C. Vaughan, J. Poor, E. Allen. THIRD ROW: M. Aldrich, L. Crosson, M. Etier, J. Footit, E. Lyman, E. Taylor, N. Rhodes, M. Loomis, M. Post. FOURTH ROW: C. Newport, H. Rieschel, J. Seymour, J. Jeffrey, N. Allen, M. Smale, N. Varley. FIFTH ROW: F. Swartz, J. L. Moore, G. Wilson, E. Lachman, N. Houston, N. Carpenter, P. Gilgut, E. Spense. CHORUS This year the chorus with its increased membership started the season with the presentation of an Alma Mater, written by Barbara Moore, class of ' 59. This original piece of music was presented at one of the first school assemblies for the student body ' s approval. Later on for the Christmas assembly, the chorus sang several numbers appropriate for the occasion. Along with the band ' s numbers, the chorus ' pieces were also recorded on tape and then played Christmas day on the WHMP radio station. On the day before Christmas, the chorus entertained the Rotary Club at the Lord Jeffrey Inn by singing several seasonal selections. Also included in the pro- gram for the year were appearances in the Annual Spring Concert, another appearance at the Rotary Club at Easter, and finally one at high school graduation. 47 1962 The freshman class has made the most of its first year at ARHS. Even before class elections were held, plans were in the making for many money-raising projects. The first of these projects, Slave Day, was carried out in the November rains; however, with experience to its credit, the class sponsored a second and more successful Slave Day in the spring. In October the class added a great deal of spirit to the Booster Day Parade with its show of originality. Also during the year they held several dances, one being the well-remembered Horoscope Hop. Already the freshman class is mak- ing plans for its Junior Class Play, which should be very successful, if early planning and enthusiasm mean anything. Members of the Class of ' 62 have made a name for themselves in both boys ' and girls ' sports activities and in the other departments of extracurricular life. Fine leadership and general class cooperation are outstanding characteristics of this group. The under-16 parking lot. Using the thenne " Have Team Will Win, " a take-off on the famous " Have Gun Will Travel " tele- vision show, the ' 61 ' ers entered the Booster Day Parade in October and won first prize with their float. With this auspicious beginning they swung into action. Two sock hops followed, and in November they conducted the traditional Junior Class Cake Sale with both gastronomic and finan- cial success. Members made names for themselves and for their class in all the major sports and in music, dramatics, the Graphic, and social and service clubs. Juniors ranked high in numbers on the Honor Roll and should make Pro Merito an impressive organization next year. Spring activities in- volved— among other money-making schemes— a big paper drive. Much time and thought was spent by committees in preparation for the annual Senior Ball, the big social event sponsored each June by the juniors. 1961 E. Kenseth, secretary; P. Hendrickson, pres- ident; R. Owen, vice- president; S. Spak- owski, treasurer. 51 CLASS OF 1962 FIRST ROW; M. Arons, G. Beturney, A, Davis, J. Adams, E. Bond, P. Cook, K. Chase, S. Carey, M. Daniels, V. Brace. SECOND ROW: S. Bond, M. Ballou, A. Dimock, R. Connor, W. Boicourt, K. Brovin, M. Aldrich, D. Davis, THIRD ROW: J. Crooker, C. Crosson, J. Footit, D. Cheney, M. Clark, S. Allen, B. Dickinson, N. Allen. FOURTH ROW: S. Burke, J. Doktor, R. Collins, W. Basara, D. Collins, R. Dowd. ABSENT: C. Dunn. FIRST ROW; L. Harlow, K. Guyotf, E. Hewlett, P. Hanson, D. Hebert, V. Goodhind, S. Harwick, G. Kauffman, M. King, J. Jeffrey. SEC- OND ROW: M. Loven, R. Kamensky, J. Kuzmeski, R. Hankinson, W. Hebert, T. Houston, W. Golding, M. Hanks, J. Fuller, T. Hemenway. THIRD ROW: A. Horton, R. Guyott, S. Gervickas, M. Garvey, G. Goodnow, F. Glaszcz, K. Hatt, R. Kniaht. FOURTH ROW: C. Goodrich R. Gozzr, C. Korpita, E. Land, D. Kaminski, M. Grybko. ABSENT: L. Gilbert, E. Groves. 52 FIRST ROW: J. Reynolds, R. Perry, M. Lilly, A. Russell, E. March, J. Maffia, R. Rowell, J. Seymour, L. Payson, S. Shepard, E. Melanson. SECOND ROW: D. LaValle, N. Rhodes, B. Page, J. O ' Neil, D. Marden, G. Pelis, L. Newport, J. Rowell, W. Robinson. THIRD ROW: R. Moreau, P. Renaud, G. Mellen, P. Oliver, D. Peterson, A. Paradise, W. Moore, P. Perhonis. ABSENT: F. Rocasah, M. Sayer. FIRST ROW: E. Taylor, N. Varley, N. Tulenko, N. Steckel, S. Stowell, E. Wagner, P. Wills, S. Tidlund, C. Spear, B. Snape, R. Teague, M . Winn. SECOND ROW: V. Zumbruski, S. Warren, C. Vendette, M. Wyman, D. Urguhart, C. Stone, R. Spear, M. Wilon, A. Stosz, R. Weaver, T. Stolarski. THIRD ROW: G. Wentworth, D. Wright, G. Weir, D. Wanczyk, T. Tilley, R. Taintor, S. Tkaczuk, R. Slobody, D. Smith, J. Simpson, F. Thornton. ABSENT: M. Stacy, W. Telega, D. Tuttle, J. Weaver, G. Whitcomb. 53 CLASS OF 1961 FIRST ROW: C. DuBose, R. Backe, C. Beaumont, E. Cramer, A. Foden, D. Barton, L. Campbell, V. Dubois, C. Dudley, S. Cunningham, M. Casey, K. Dziuba. SECOND ROW: R. Dunn, L. Briggs, R. Basara, H. Badger, M Etier, H. Benoit, L. Crossman, M. Basile, J. Aldrich, C. Andrews. THIRD ROW: S. Blackmore, J. Blackmore, R. Campbell, D. Ashley, S. Coe, N. Cook, S. Brown, R. Fifield, F. Adams, D. Critchfield, D. Bysiewski. ABSENT: D. Birge, L. Black, S. Bridges, D. Chaffee, R. Cobbs, B. Doherty. FIRST ROW: S. Joy, King, E. Kenseth, S. Harvey, J. Harris, J. Fishel, E. Goodrich, R. Fishel, A. Howland, K. Hawthorne, K. Gilbert, D. Grow. SECOND ROW: P. Hendrickson, D. Hankinson, R. Kidder, A. Jacque, M. Graham, S. Jacque, H. Goodwin, P. Howard, C. Gianarkos, G. Goodnow, A. French. THIRD ROW: J. Kates, R. Ives, W. Hill, C. LaBonte, J. Hurston, W. Hewlett, J. Grose, L. Grybko, L. Kirley, J. Kamensky. ABSENT: R. Goetzl, N. Kowal. 54 • N Newell, A. Sapla, P. Madden, S. Lilly, N. Rule, S. MacConnell, S. Rogers, S. Patr k S Miazga, J. Russell, J SEC • A Potter M. Ostrowski, L. Lashway, R. Owen, P. Martin, M. J. Niedeck, Lapworth C. N: A. Rogoswki, M. Johnson, J. Norton, E. Markert, C. O ' Rourke, M. Kurrler, C. Powers, J, Langford. ABSENT: D. Lego, B. Livmg FIRST ROW; OND ROW: THIRD ROW: A. Rogoswki ston, B. Lumley, L. Matuszko, S. Page, D. Russell. FIRST ROW: L. Williams, E. Weaver, E. Wentworth, H. Wills, S. Spakowski, N. Spelman, S. VanFleet, P. Vernell, N. Towle, F. Swartz, L. Thorndike. SECOND ROW: K. Scarborough, J. Weaver, D. Wyman, P. VanFleet, J. Vlach, D. Thorndike, P. Thompson, S. Sayer, A. waskie- wicz, S. Shaw. THIRD ROW; W. VanOudenhove, T. Tidlund, P. Southwick, S. Teichner, S. Smith, D. Wright, R. Searle. ABSENT: F. Todd, C. Tower, S: Whitcomb, V. Ward, R. Vincent. 55 Thank you, Mr. Craig, for taking us under your wing when we were green fresh- men, for sticking with us when we turned into all-knowing juniors, and finally for helping us assume the responsibilities of our advanced years when we became seniors. 58 SENIOR CLASS Throughout its years at ARHS, the Class of ' 60 has exhibited a remarkable ambition and enthusiasm in its every activity. Its skill in organization has been tried and proven in countless ways, for example, in the successful Junior Class paper drive and in the much-worked-on 1959 " Fantasy " prom. Even more, the class has proven its ability to work well with others, contributing significantly to the " ' 58 Skiddo, " " The Boy Friend, " and to such school traditions as Booster Day and the Community Fair. Always monetary-minded, the class displayed its talent for building and main- taining a substantial treasury early in high school in such financial successes as Freshman Slave Day, Junior Class Cake Sale, Junior Class play, and numerous other food sales and paper drives. During its three years, its members contributed to such sports triumphs as winning the 1958 Western Mass. Small Schools Tourna- ment, becoming Hampshire League champs in baseball both in ' 58 and ' 59 and in basketball in ' 59, and remaining undefeated in its senior football year. Thus, upon its graduation on June 24, the Class of ' 60 completed three memorable years at ARHS, leaving behing a trail of triumphs and successes. N. Houston, secretary; J. E. Moore, vice-president; R. Wilson, president; D. Lapinski, treasurer. 59 LORRAINE ADAMITES Lori Work " Sugar and spice and everything nice. " Tri-S 1, 2, 3. CLIFFORD ALLEN Lefty College " All-around sport of the very best sort. " Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Rod and Gun Club 1; Football 1, 2, 3. EDWIN A ALLEN Eddie Nursing " Men, my friends, are very odd animals. " Chorus 1, 2, 3; Gold Bug; Pep Club 2; Tri S 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses Club 2, 3. JAMES ALLEN Jim Undecided " Two good things are better than one. " Football 3. JOANNE THOMPSON ALLEN Housewife LESLIE ALLEN Service Leaders Club 3 THOMAS ALLEN Tom Undecided " He will not say that women have no character; rather, they have a new one every day. " Baseball 3; Projectionist Club 3; Math Club 3. ROSEMARY ANDREWS Mona College " A girl with a voice we ' d like to hear more of. " Drama Club 1; Majorettes 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Library Club 2. PAUL BECK Paul College " Engineering, here comes a man full of plans. " Chorus 1 ; Orchestra 1 ; Pro Merito; Auto Mechanics Club 2; Junior Class Play. CYNTHIA BENBEN Cindy Housewife " Patient, kind, and forgiving. " Tri-S 1, 2, 3. SANDRA BERRY Sandy Work " There should be more girls like this one in sports. " Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3. KATHLEEN BIBEAU Kathy College " It is said of cheerfulness or good temper, the more it is spent, the more it remains. " Drama Club 1, 2; Gold Bug; Graphic 2, 3; Pro Merito; Tri-S 1 , 2, 3. NANCY BLASKO Chickie Hairdresser or Police Worker " We hear her giggle in every crowd. " Baseball 1, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Leaders Club 3. ERNESTINE BOOTH Tiny Work " A good friend and a good sport. " Baseball 3; Basketball 2, 3; Gold Bug; Pep Club 1,2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3. ANNE BROWN Anne College " Variety is the spice of life that gives it all its flavor. " Drama Club 1 ; Thespians 2, 3; French Club 2; Gold Bug; Orchestra 1, 2; Outing Club 1; Pro Merito; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; A.F.S. 2, 3; Junior Class Play. LORA CAREY Lora Secretarial Work " Counting time is not as important to her as making time count. " Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Gold Bug; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3; Pro Merito; Tri-S 1 , 2, 3. NANCY CARPENTER Carp College " You can take her at her word. " Chorus 1, 3; Thespians 2, 3; French Club 2; Gold Bug; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; A.F.S. 2, 3; Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3. MARY CASHMAN Mary Work " Those who bring sunshine to the hearts of others cannot keep it from themselves. " Gold Bug; Graphic 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3. Mary Cashman WESLEY CEMBALISTY Wes College " Honest labor bears a handsome face. " Rod and Gun Club 1; Projectionist Club 1, 2; Foot- ball 1, 2, 3; Track 2, 3; Leaders Club 2, 3. DORIS CHAFFEE Dot Business College " Red hair and a temper to match, but full of lots of fun and laughs. " Basketball 3; Chorus 1; Tri-S 1, 2, 3. l f 1 JOHN CHILDS Curley College " Send your problems to Dear Aunt Martha. " I Gold Bug; Graphic 1, 2, 3; Science Club 1, 2. LINDA COOK Lin College " When she makes plans, she keeps them. " j Chorus 1, 2; Drama Club 1, 3; Gold Bug; Pep Club I 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3. ROY COOKE Roy Service " He ' d seem shy without the twinkle in his eye. " GEORGE F. CRAMER, III Jeff Undecided " All we need is a mutt. " Football 1, 2, 3; Auto Mechanics Club 3. SUSAN DAVENPORT Sue College " Mischief, thou art afoot. " Basketball 1; Drama Club 2; French Club 2, 3; Gold Bug; Graphic 2, 3; Outing Club 1; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; A.F.S. 2, 3. CAROL ANNE DAVIS Carol Work " She loves life — and it shows. " Basketball 1 , 2, 3; Tri-S 1 , 2, 3. CAROLE DIHLMANN Hairdresser Francis Crowley BETSY CROSSAAON Betsy College " Looks like an angel, acts like one, too; but you never can tell what an angel might do. " Band 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 3; Basketball 1, 3; French Club 3; Gold Bug; Orchestra 1; Outing Club 1; Tri-S 1, 2, 3. FRANCIS CROWLEY Fran Technical Institute or Trade School " Often puzzled by women. " Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Football 3; Leaders Club 3. CHARLES DOMINA Charlie College " Listens to everyone ' s advice but does as he pleases. " ' Gold Bug; Rod and Gun Club 1, 2; Student ! Council 1, 2, 3; Auto Mechanics Club 3; Football 1,2, 3; Leaders Club 3; Boys State. ! BRIGGS DUNN Boo Boo College .! " An avid outdoors man with a pleasant smile. " ! Outing Club 1 ; Rod and Gun Club 1 . MICHAEL DUNN Mike College " The world turns aside to let any man pass who knows where he is going. " Pro Merito; Projectionist Club 1; Auto Mechanics 2, 3; Junior Class Play. WILLIAM ENNIS Bill College " A sudden switch to sports and women. " Baseball 1, 3; Auto Mechanics Club 2, 3; Football 3. DEENA FERRIGNO Dee College " Energy and wit to spare— especially for the theater. " Drama Club 2; Thespians 1, 2, 3; Gold Bug; Pep Club 2; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Junior Class Play. ELEANOR ANN REYNOLDS FISHER Elly Housewife " Let the new day come. I ' m ready. " I STELLA FITTS Work " Full of quiet, friendly teasing. " Baseball 1, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Majorettes 2, 3; Leaders Club 3; Future Teachers Club 2; Pep Club 2, 3. JOSEPH FYDEN Work " A real ' he-man. ' " PATRICIA GILGUT College Baseball 1; Basketball 3; Cheerleaders 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Leaders Club 3; Future Teachers Club 1, 2. LESLIE GARIS College " I feel a need to be educated. " Chorus 3; Drama Club 1, 2; Thespians 1, 2, 3; French Club 3; Gold Bug; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Junior Class Play. DOUGLAS GAUTHIER Trade School " Of him it can be said that he is always ready with a helping hand. " Rod and Gun Club 1, 2, 3. " A girl of unremembered acts of kindness. " Chorus 1, 3; French Club 1, 2, 3; Gold Bug; Pro Merito; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Leaders Club 3; Future Teachers Club 3. Patricia Gilgut 66 SANDRA GRANDONICO Business College Cheerleaders 1, 2; Gold Bug; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1 , 2, 3; Leaders Club 3. ROBERT GRAY Undecided " This boy is a ' hot-rodder ' ! ' Bob JAMES HARDY Jim j College [ " Men who know much say little. " Band 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2. MERTON HATT Sonny Marines " The man with the ready smile. " Rod and Gun Club 1 . ROBERT HERMAN Herm Work " Enjoy life before it ' s fled. " Football 2; Basketball 2. GEORGE HILLENBRAND Miller Undecided " He can resist everything but temptation. " Rod and Gun Club 3; Auto Mechanics Club 2, 3. MARY LOUISE HOLDEN College CAROL HORTON Nursing Mary " Riding away her time. " Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Leaders Club 3; Future Nurses Club 3. Hort " A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance. " Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Chorus 1, 3; Gold Bug; Pep Club 1, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3. NANCY HOUSTON Nanc College " The only way to have a friend is to be one. " Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2; Chorus 1, 3; Gold Bug; Outing Club 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; A.F.S. 2, 3; Future Teachers Club 1, 2. DORIS HUNT Doris Trade School " A belle with wheels on her toes. " Chorus 1; Pep Club 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Photography Club 1; Library Club 2. VINCENT KEEDY Vince G.E. Apprentice Program " Great geniuses have the shortest biographies. " Basketball 1; Football 1. DIANE KEEGAN Keeg Police School or Work " A girl with a real hot-rodder ' s knowledge of cars. " Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Cheerleaders 1 , 2, 3; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3; Tri-S 1,2,3. ! RUTH KELLEY Ruthie Hairdresser " She has lively twinkling toes. " Pep Club 3. BRIGITTE KINAST Briggi College " She has brought us closer to her land With lasting friendship and a helping hand. " Basketball 3; Student Council 3; Tri-S 3. Vincent Keedy WILLIAM KNIGHTLY Bill College " Friendliness is a thing called Bill. " Rod and Gun Club 1, 2, 3; Photography Club 1. JANET KOSLOSKI Jan Business College or Airline Stewardess " Her look is shy but winning. " Basketball 3; Pep Club 3; Tri-S 1 , 2, 3. ELIZABETH KUCINSKI Air Force " So very shy, yet nice to know. " Future Teachers Club 1 . JOANNE KUCINSKI College " An artist in everything she does. " Gold Bug; Student Council 3; Leaders Club 3. JEAN KZCOWSKI Jeannie College " Her smile and golden hair spread sunlight wher- ever she goes. " Betty Ellie DOROTHY LAPINSKI College Rollie Baseball 2; Gold Bug; Graphic 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Library Club 2; Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3. ELEANOR LACHMAN College " The party begins when Ellie comes. " Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 2, 3; Chorus 1, 3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 2; Gold Bug; Graphic 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Leaders Club 3. " Earnestness is enthusiasm tempered by reason. " Drama Club 1, 2; Gold Bug; Graphic 2, 3; Outing Club 1; Pep Club 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Science Club 1, 2; Math Club 3; Junior Class Play; Future Teachers Club 1, 2; Girls State. CONSTANCE NEWPORT Connie Nursing " Seen but not heard. " Chorus 3; Tri-S 1 , 2, 3. ALAN NEWTON Fig Air Force " He ' s quiet in classes, but don ' t be misled. " ANITA NEWTON Nita Business College " Now you hear her; now you don ' t. " Gold Bug; Majorettes 1; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Library Club 2; Leaders Club 3. JOHN OSTROWSKI Chief Undecided " Rich man, poor man, beggar man, thief. Doctor, lawyer, Indian chief. Which will it be? " Rod and Gun Club 1, 2, 3. Beep MARY ANN POST Postie College " There is sunshine in her smile. " Chorus 1, 3; French Club 2, 3; Gold Bug; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; A.F.S. 2; Leaders Club 3; Future Teachers Club 2, 3. ANTHONY PRUCNAL Service or Government Conservation Work " Dare him not, lest he do it. " Baseball 1, 2, 3; Graphic 3; Rod and Gun Club 1, 2; Junior Class Play; Leaders Club 3. BRIAN RICHARDSON College Baseball 1; Drama Club 1; Graphic 3; Rod and Gun Club 1; Football 2; Junior Class Play. " A redhead with the most amazing way of getting good grades without doing his homework. " GEORGE RICHASON Butch College " Blow, Gabriel, blow. " Band 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3; Gold Bug; Orchestra 1, 2; Pep Band 1, 2; Science Club 1, 2; Math Club 3. KATHERINE ROCASAH Kathy Office Work " Boys flock to her like bees to honey. " Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Leaders Club 3. DAWN AAARIE SINDBERG Hairdresser " Laughter is a habit; she cultivates it. " Chorus 1; PepClub3;Tri-S 1,2,3. MARGARET SMALE College " Good as Gold. " Chorus 2, 3. MAUDE ETHEL SPENCE Undecided Smithie " A girl with dancing eyes and dancing feet. " Basketball 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3. STEPHEN SMITH Steve College " If he has faults, he has left us with a doubt. " Band 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1; Dranna Club 1, 2, 3; Thespians 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1; Pro Merito; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Leaders Club 3. 78 CAROLYN VAUGHAN Carolyn College " was NOT born yesterday! ' ' Basketball 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Thespians 1, 2, 3; Gold Bug; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Junior Class Play; Tune Teens. PAULINE VENDETTE Paul Office Work " She loved but one — at a time. " Pep Club 2, 3; Tri-S 1,2,3. Wolfie " Whenever I feel like exercise, I lie down until the feeling passes. " Howie EDWARD TRACHY Trach College " A sharp shooter. " Baseball 1, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Rod and Gun Club 1; Leaders Club 3. JACOB VARLEY Jake Service " Good things are better when they come in big packages. " Jacob Varley Carolyn Vaughan Wolfgang Vinskcy 80 ERNEST WEAVER Business College " Stop for those bright red pants. " Leaders Club 3. MARY LEE WEAVER College " Laughing, talking, full of fun. Mar Lee is a lucky one. " Pep Club 2, 3;Tri-S 1,2, 3. Mary Lee MICHAEL WEIR College " He ' s not in the role of the common man. " Drama Club 2; Thespians 2, 3; Science Club 1, Junior Class Play. NANCY WHITE College " All is fair in love and war. " Basketball 3; Outing Club 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3. Chorus 1, 2, 3; Gold Bug; Graphic 1; Pep Club 3; Pro Merito; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Tune Teens; Leaders Club 3. Nancy White GRAY WILSON Gray College " A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men— women, too. " Chorus 1, 2, 3; French Club 2; Gold Bug; Graphic 1, 3; Pro Merito; Student Council 2; Tri-S 1, 2, 3. ROBERT WILSON Bob College " Impossible is a word he never utters. " Band 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1; Thespians 1, 2, 3; French Club 2; Orchestra 1, 2; Pro Merito; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; A.F.S. 2, 3; Junior Class Play. ELIZABETH WINN Betty College " She needs no candle; her smile lights her way. " Baseball 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Thespians 2, 3; French Club 3; Gold Bug; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3; Student Council 1; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Tune Teens; Leaders Club 3. ROBERT ZUMBURSKI Zvm Service " How this boy can polka! " Drama Club 1; Thespians 2, 3; Gold Bug; Football 1, 2, 3; Junior Class Play; Leaders Club 3. Special Students Hannelore Reischel, Betty Costonis. ABSENT: David Etier. Gold Bug Sponsors Henry Adams Rexall Drug Store R. C. Adams Dairy A ' Herns Cliff Allen, Clothing Amherst Apple Cold Storage, Inc. Amherst Concrete, Inc. Amherst Farmers ' Supply Amherst Grain and Coal Company Amherst Journal Record Amherst Laundromat Amherst Laundry Company, Inc. Amherst Branch of Northampton Co-Operative Bank Amherst Oil Company Amherst Savings Bank Amherst Taxi, Inc. Amherst Theatre Ann August Ashley ' s Garage Bates ' Store Baucom ' s Textbook Company Beauty Bar Blair Cutting, Insurance Agency Dr. Bleckwehl Dr. Andrew Booth Boyden Perron Garage Bruce G. Brown Robert S. Brown, Insurance and Real Estate Brown ' s Curtain Shop Burnett Nash Insurance Dr. R. Sheldon Clapp The Staff On behalf of the Class of I960, the Gold Bug staff thanks the sponsors for their financial help. The staff is grateful too to the many people who gave pictures and who helped in numerous other ways. J Wick, Miss Furgeson, D. Mathieson. J. Kucinski, J. L. Moore, W. Lewis, C. Vaughan, P. Merzbach. T. Savage, Amherst College 93 Clark Beaufy Studio College Drug Store College Shoe Repair College Town Service Center A. Conklin, Construction W. D. Cowls, Inc., Lumber George F. Cramer, Jr„ Attorney at Law Daily Hampshire Gazette James C, Daykins, Accountant Dan ' s Gulf Station Dick ' s Auto Service T. L. Dorsey ' s Memorials Douglas-Marsh, Inc. Drake Hotel Dr. Stephen J. Duval Elder Jones Lumber Corporation Esquire Cleaners Footit Real Estate Paul T. Ford, Attorney Dr. Robert Gage Gibson Chevrolet Company Gribbon ' s Music House, Greenfield Griggs, Inc., Furniture Ed Hart, Buick A. J. Hastings Hebert ' s Dairy Hercules Cleaners Dr. Gerald F. Hogan Holden Lumber Company Dr. C. E. Hynes Jeffery Amherst Book Music Store Jeffery Beauty Salon A. Newton, C. Horton, K. Bibeau, S. Davenport, A. Brown, L. Garis. P. Gilgut, D. Lapinski, M. A. Post, J Childs, G. Wilson. B. Paradise, N. Carpenter. Denny Jones, Real Estate Josten ' s Rings Pins Dr. Charles Joy Kamins Paints Keedy Insurance Agency Hans Kellerman, Clothing Kentfield ' s Farm and Dairy Products Mitchell Koldy Studio Lord Jeffery Inn Louis ' Foods Mathews Shoe Store McCallum ' s of Northampton Dr. Peter Merzbach Mientica-Ripa Radio-TV Sales Service Millar ' s Esso Station Montgomery Roses, Inc. Dr. Leo A. Moreau Mraz Ford Mutual Plumbing Heating Hamilton I. Newell Newell Funeral Home Gordon F. Neylon, Insurance Norwood Dairy One-Hour Martinizing K. L. Osmun, Jeweler Pickering Plumbing Supply Owen ' s Poultry Farm Dr. Richard Post Stephen Puffer, Jr. Randy ' s Store Robert ' s Flowers, Fred Knowles Rowe ' s Garage Russell ' s Package Store L. Carey, B. Paradise, A. Mathieson. 95 Sandy ' s Au+o Sales, Northampton Glenn F. Shaw, Turkeys Philip E. Shumway, General Contractor Shumway ' s Ice Cream Company South Amherst Service Center Specialty Shop Sportsman ' s Restaurant Ralph T. Staab, Inc. Student Union Barber Shop " Doc " Sullivan Taylor Yearbook Company, Dallas, Texas The Handsome Four F. A. Thompson Son H. J. Toole, Tree Work University Motors House of Walsh S. J. Wanczyk, Contractor Wellworth Pharmacy Wesley J. Wentworth, Contractor Westcott Son WHAI, Greenfield WHMP, Northampton Clif Winn, Jeweler Wirthmore Stores FIRST ROW: E. Lachman, B. Crossmon, C. Seymour, E. Allen. SECOND ROW; J. Allen, J. Kzcowskl. Gold Bug Staff Editors: J. Wick, D. Mathieson. Features: J. Kucinski, W. Lewis, J. L. Moore, P. Merzbach, C. Vaughan. Seniors: E. Allen, K. Bibeau, A. Brown, J. Childs, S. Davenport, L. Garis, P. Gilgut, C. Horton, D. Lapinski, L. Musgrave, M. A. Post. Classes: N. Carpenter, B. Paradise. Boys ' Sports: T. Parkinson, R. Zumbruski. Girls ' Sports: L. Carey, B. Paradise, A. Mathieson. Music: J. E. Moore, G. Richason. Faculty: J. Allen. Clubs: E. Allen, B. Crossmon, J Kzcowski, E. Lach- man, C. Seymour. Business Managers: E. Winn, C. Domina. Business: L. Adamites, M. Cashman, L. Cook, D. Dihimann, D. Ferrigno, S. Grandonico, N. Newell, B. J. Waskiewicz. TAYLOR PUBLISmNG COMPANY 96 DATE DUE 1 1 7 1 ’53 j '


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