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

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Amherst Rcc- H.S. Library, Amherst, MA rllOH SCHOOL i£VESiErr uijiESbuirr •r : V M j V - .•: a V ' . 1 J ' • .. s,i L ■ - .iy; ' • ' Why do you cast a shadow? Where do you come fro?7i? Who brought you to this place? ' ' William Butler Yeats Amherst Regional High School THE GOLD BUG 1963 CONTENTS Dedication Faculty Seniors Activities Informals Picture Essay Underclassmen Staff The Class of 1963 dedicates this Gold Bug to Mr. Swift who, as a teacher and a friend, has answered our questions with insight and wit, and when con- fronted with our problems has met them with understanding. 3 Principal, MR. PAUL R. LANGLOIS University of Maine, B.A.; Springfield College, M.Ed. It has been a pleasure to know and to work with the members of the Class of 1963. Although my participation as a freshman among a group of experienced seniors has been somewhat limited, I shall cherish the many acquaintances I have been able to make. Continue to be friendly, to keep your hopes and a spirations high, and to attack whatever you do in the future with your present degree of enthusiasm and zeal. b IN MEMORIAM MRS. MIRIAM SHAW Teacher of Science and Mathematics St. Lawrence University, B.S. University of Massachusetts, M.S. and Ph.D. " Because she taught from pure love of learning and love of students, Mrs. Shaw’s efforts were directed toward bringing these two together in the best possible way. Her personality was characterized by kindness, and she was a profound source of encouragement both to her fellow teachers and to her students.” — -The Graphic MR. CHARLES ABRAMSON Physical Education Springfield College. B.S. MRS. ANNE- HELENE BURKHAUDT French Emerson College, B.A. MISS NANCY M. BARHITE History Middlebury College, B.A.; Wesleyan Univ., M.A.T. MRS. ROSE BEAUMONT Dietitian Univ. of Oklahoma, B.S. MR. JOHN COX English American International College, B.A. MR. WILLIAM C. AMES History Colby College. B.A.; Uni ' . of Mass., M.S. MR. KENNETH R. CAOUETTE Typing, Gen. Math, Business Arithmetic, Office Machines, Bookkeeping Gonzaga Univ., B. ., M.A. MR. PAUL CAOUETTE Latin, Modern Problems Univ. of Mass., B.A. MR. ROBERT H. DOMINA Guidance Counselor Keene Teachers’ College, B.Ed.; Univer- sity of Mass., M.S. MRS. MARJORIE DAY Home Economics, Physical Education University of Mass., B.S. MR. LAUREL CROUSE English Boston University, A.B Mass., M.Ed. MISS BETTY JANE DONLEY Latin, German, Greek Mt. Holyoke, A.B., M.A. Robert Frost Chair MR. C. ARTHUR EDDY Math Colby College, A.B.; U. of Mass., M.S. Ed. MISS ELEANOR C. FILLMORE Assistant Principal, Guidance Counselor Univ. of Mass., B.S., M.S. MISS DOROTHY E. FURGESON English Spokane Univ., A.B.; Smith College, M.A. Robert Frost Chair MISS ELIZABETH FOLEY Typing, Shorthand, Transcription Salem State College, B.Ed.; Boston University. M.S.Ed. MR. ROBERT K. GOSS Band. Chorus, Orchestra, Music Theory Williams College, B.A.; Yale School of Music, M. Music MR. DOUGLAS P. GRUTCHFIELD Driver Education, Physical Education Univ. of Mass., B.S. MR. DAVID HARTWELL German L ' niv. of Mass., B.A. MRS. MARGUERITE KOWNSLAR English Trinity Univ., B.A. MRS. NAOMI LANGFORD Librarian Millersville State College, B.S MISS IRENE E. HALE Bookkeeping, Typing Salem State College, B.S. MR. WILLIAM A. HUTCHINSON Biology Clark Univ., B.A., M.A., Fellow- ship Grant for Ph.D. MISS ELIZABETH LAWSON Physical Education Sargent College, B.S.; Springfield College, M.S.Ed. RANGE POUTlOUt V " m tew ' ■,H MISS SARAH M. MORIN French Skidmore College, B.A.; Middlebury Col lege, M.A. MR. HOLLIS MOORE Industrial Arts, Mech. Drawing Fitchburg State College, B.S.Ed. .ER. ARTHUR LELAND ’hysical Science, Biology, Math Jniv. of Mass., B.S. MR. CLIFFORD N. OLIVER Physics, Math Bates College, B.A.; Univ. of Mass., M.S.; Univ. of Penna., M.S. Robert Frost Chair AIR. BRUCE i: OLDERSHAW i ! .udio-Visual Aids OFestfield State 1 Teachers’ Col- I; lege, B.S.Ed., t Springfield Col- j! lege, M.Ed. «MR. RICHARD ROBINSON industrial Arts, Mech. Drawing Keene Teachers ' College, B.Ed. MRS. LEONORA SACKETT School Nurse Lenox Hill Hospital, N. Y. MRS. DOROTHY SCHWARTZ Art Smith College, B.A. MR. ARTHUR L. SWIFT Chemistry Univ. of Mass., B.S.; N. S. F. Institute; Robert Frost Chair MRS. MARGUERITE L. TOWNSEND Speech, Drama St. Olaf College, B.A.; U. of Wisconsii M.S. MR. PAUL J. SEARS Mathematics Providence College, B.S, M.I.A. MRS. SHARON WORK English Whitman College, B.A. MRS. GLADYS JENKS Secretary MRS. SHERLY McCONNELL Health Secretary Univ. of Mass., B.S.; Northampton Com- mercial College MRS. ALICE MODRZAKOWSKI Secretary Northampton Commercial College MRS, FREOLA ROBITAILLE Guidance Secretary Bay Path Secretarial School EUGENE O’NEIL, EDWARD WEAVER Custodians LESTER J. WARD Head Custodian CAFETERIA STAFF MABEL ROMANCIER ISABEL THORNTON, Manager CHARLOTTE JANSE MARY HOLMES 14 I ' Folloiv a shadow, it still flies you; Seem to fly it, it tvill pursue.” Ben Jonson 15 CLASS OF 1963 SEATED: Elaine Perriello. treasurer; Nelson ' ' X ' ocHlfork, president; Victor Basile, vice president; Gertrude Jones, secretary. STANDING: Mr. Paul Caouette, Mrs. Kownslar. The Class of 1963 has shared immeasurable success in its endeavors at Amherst Regional High School. Ambition and enthusiasm permeated all acti- vities both of a pecuniary and of a solely entertaining nature. Through traditional projects including a slave day, two paper drives, and a spaghetti supper plus original schemes as a car wash and a Community Calendar, the class can boast of having had one of the largest treas- uries in the histor)- of ARHS. An excellent production of Mrs. MacThing as the Junior Class Play and a memorable Senior Prom were given. Several traditions were cast aside our senior year as the Senior Prom was held in May and the class graduated a w ' eek before the underclassmen’s final exams. Traditionally, however, the class night, picnic, and all-night party brought the year to a close. 16 JUDITH ADAIR College Judy Gold Bug; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Chemistry Club 3 " Looks like an angel, acts like one too, but you can never tell what an angel might do.’’ SUSAN ALLEN Secretarial Work Sues Cheerleading 1; Pep Club 1; Tri-S 1, 2, 3 " A friend is a person who knows all about you — and still likes you.” Susan Allen DOLCE ALVIANI Nursing School Dolce Band 1; Orchestra 1; Thespians 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Cheerleading 3 " Adorn’d with features, virtues, wit and grace.” SIGRUN ANDENAES College Sigrun Basketball; Science Club; Student Council; Tri-S; A.F.S. " Friendship is the only cement that will ever hold the world together.” CELIA ATKINS College Celia Band 1, 2; Chorus 3; Orchestra; Tri-S 1, 2, 3 " Curiosity is the beginning of useful knowledge.” DANIEL ATKINS National Guard Dan Tennis 1; Soccer 1 " Fie serves me most who serves his country best.” Sigrun Andenaes Daniel Atkins Judith Adair Celia Atkins Dolce Alviani SUSAN J. AUSTIN S ecretarial Work Basketball 2, 3; Gold Bug; Pep Club 1, 2; 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 3; Volleyball 3 " What we see depends mainly on what we for.” LYDIA E. BALL Undecided ] Gold Bug; Tri-S 1, 2, 3 " It is easy to be brave from a safe distance. Susan J. Austin SUSAN BARTON College Sue Cheerleading 1, 2; Future Nurses Club 2; Gold Bug; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3 " Speak little; do much.” VICTOR J. BASILE College Vic Band 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Gold Bug; Graphic 1; A.V. Club 1, 2, 3; Thespians 2, 3; Electronics Club 1, 2, 3; Class Officer, Vice President 3 " The only way to get ahead is to start now.” Susan Barton Victor J. Basile THOMAS BASSETT Technicul School " Don ' t wait to live! Take a chance — now! HEATHER MACKEY BASTOW College Heather Softball 1; Basketball 1; French Club 2; Gold Bug; Graphic 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2; Chemistry Cluia 3 " Reading maketh a Full Man; Conference a Ready Man; and Writing an Exact Man.” Thomas Bassett Heather Mackey Bastow LAURENCE BATES College Larry Football Manager 1, 2, 3 " Have more than thou showest — speak less than thou knowest.” PHILIP D. BEAUMONT College . Phil Band 1, 2; Gold Bug 1, 2, 3; Pro Merito; Student Council 2, 3; Electronics Club 1; Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3; Leaders Club 1, 2, 3 " If there is no wind, row.” Philip D. Beaumont DENNIS E. BERGLAND College Berg Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2; Student Council 1; Chemistry Club 3; Electronics Club 1, 2 " Brevity is the soul of wit; the rest is silence. " ELAINE BLASKO Nursing Laney Cheerleading 1, 2; Future Nurses Club 1, 2; Future Teachers Club 1; Gold Bug; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3 " Happiness is a form of courage.” VAL BOHDONAW College Val Baseball 1. 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3 " Enthusiasm is the greatest asset in the world.” PATRICIA BRIGGS College Pat " Out where the hand clasps a little stronger — Out where the smile dwells a little longer, that’s where the West begins.” Elaine Blasko Patricia Briggs Dennis E. Bergland Val Bohdonaw MARGARET A. BROWN College Margie A.F.S. 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; French Club 1, 2; Gold Bug; Chemistry Club 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Thes- pians 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2; Track 1; Softball 1, 2 " Wit is the only wall between us and the dark. " THOMAS CAVANAUGH College Tom Drama 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3 " Man is the head but woman turns it. " Thomas Cavanaugh PATRICIA A. CHILDS College Patsy Cheerleaders 1, 2; Gold Bug; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3 " All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream.” JAMES CHRISTIAN College Basketball 1, 2, 3 " Merry as the day is long.” BRUCE N. COLBY College Bruce Chess Club 3, Vice President 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; French Club 1, 2; Leaders Club 1, 2; Swim Team 1, 2; Cross Country 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Ski Team 3 " The victor is he who can go it alone.” ANTHONY E. CONKLIN College Randy Basketball 1, 2, 3; Rod and Gun Club 1; Elec- tronics 1, 2 " Joking and humor are pleasant, and often come in handy. " James Christian Anthony E. Conklin Margaret A. Brown Patricia A. Childs Bruce N. Colby 20 MADELINE BETH COREY School Madeline Basketball 1; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3 ' " What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness. " BARBARA CROSSMON College Barb Softball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1 " A friend is a person with whom one may be sincere. " DOROTHY CROWLEY Undecided Dottie Softball 1; Tri-S 1, 2, 3 " Earnestness is enthusiasm tempered by reason. " ANNA V. CUDDEBACK College Vanna Basketball 3; Chorus 3; Gold Bug; Graphic 1, 3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 3; Chem- istry Club 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Thespians 2, 3; Volley- ball 3; Junior Class Play, Student Director; Track 1, 2, 3; A.F.S. 1, 2, 3; Literary Club 1 " The most useless day of all is that in which we have not laughed. " R. WESTBYE CUTTING College Wes Band 1; Baseball 1; Chorus 3; Orchestra 1; Outing Club 2, 3; Rod and Gun Club 2, 3; Science Club 2; Ski Team 1, 3; Projectionist Club 2, 3 " Man is a social animal.” PETER DAHLQUIST College Pete Cross Country 2, 3 " They that govern the most, make the least noise.” Barbara Crossmon Anna V. Cuddeback Peter Dahlquist Dorothy Crowley R. Westbye Cutting Madeline Beth Corey FRANCES MARY DZIUBA College Franni Gold Bug; Pep Club 2, 3 " A swell girl — you know — a regular peach.” CHRISTOPHER B. EMERY College ' Chris Chemistry Club 3; Baseball 1; Gold Bug; Outing Club 1, 2, 3; Football 2, 3 " Moderation is best and to avoid all extremes.” Frances Mary Dziuba Christopher B. Emery BARBARA ANN ENNIS College Barb Cheerleaders 1, 2, 3; Drama Club Pres. 1; Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Pro Merito; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Thespians 2, 3; Volleyball 3 " Life is not life at all without delight.” DONNA JEAN ERNEST Donna Drama Club 1; Pep Club 1, 2; Tri-S 1, 2, 3 " The only way to have a friend is to be one.” Barbara Ann Ennis Donna Jean Ernest JOEL H. DeMOTT College Joey Drama Club 2; French Club 1, 2; Gold Bug; Tri-S 3; Thespians 3; Pep Club 3; Literary Club 1 , 2 " The best of healers is good cheer.” DONALD ELLSWORTH DREW, JR. College Don Chess Club 3; Chorus 1, 3; Leaders Club, Pres. 2, 3; A.F.S. 2, 3; Weight Lifting Club, Pres. 2, 3 " True humor springs not more from the head than from the heart.” Joel H. DeMott Donald Ellsworth Drew, Jr. Amherst Rec- H.S. Library, Amherst, MA IAN FAIRBAIRN College Big E Chess Club 3; Cross Country 1, 2; Chemistry Club Pres. 3 " The world turns aside to let any man pass who knows where he is going. " CAROLINE ELIZABETH FLOGE College Lindy Chorus 1, 2; Future Teachers Club 1; Gold Bug; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 " A friend to answer in time of need.” Ian Fairbairn Carolyn Elizabeth Floge MARGARET E. GAGE College Margie Band 1; Basketball 1; Orchestra 1; Chemistry Club 3; Student Council 1, 2; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Thespians 1, Pres. 2, 3; A.F.S. 1, 2, 3 " The will to do — the soul to dare. " ROBERT M. GOODHIND Service " Men of few words are the best men.” Ace Margaret E. Gage Robert M. Goodhind NANCY M. GUYOTT College Nancy Softball 1; Basketball 1; Drama Club 1, 2; Future Nurses Club 1, 2; Gold Bug; Pep Club 1, 2, Pres. 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3 " Happiness is at once the best, the noblest, and the pleasantest of things.” DONALD E. HALL College Don Band 1; Chorus 1; Orchestra 1; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2 " Fitted for girls; a ladies’ man.” Nancy M. Guyott Donald E. Hall JAMES A. HARWICK College Chip Gold Bug; Thespians 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3; Art Club 2, 3 " Art is not a thing; it is a way.” BETSEY HEATH College Betsey Baseball Manager 2; Cheerleaders 1, 2, 3; Chorus 3; Drama Club 1, 2; French 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Thespians 2, 3; Volleyball Manager 3 " Here is a true and industrious friend.” PAUL HODGKINS College Hodgie " Greatness lies not in being strong, but in the right use of strength.” MONTGOMERY H. HOLDEN College Monty " Actions speak louder than words.” ANNE ROBERTS HOMME College Anne Volleyball 3; Chorus 3; French Club 1, 2; Gold Bug; Graphic 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Bridge Club 1; A.F.S. 2 " Honest labor bears a lovely face.” DONALD M. HUNSBERGER College Don Baseball 2; Graphic 2 " Don ' t take life too seriously — you ' ll never get out alive.” I J Anne Roberts Homme 24 Paul Hodgkins ) Betsey Heath Montgomery H. Holden James A. Harwich Donald M. Hunsberger ELINOR G. IVES College Ellie Chorus 1, 2, 3; French Club 2; Future Teachers Club 1; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Chemistry Club 3; Graphic 3; Pro Merito; Gold Bug, Co-Editor " The only way to be happy is to make others so.” ALAN ROBERT JACQUE College Big A1 Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Leaders Club 2, 3 " He was born with the gift of laughter.” Alan Robert Jacque GERTRUDE JONES College Gert Band 1, 2; Softball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Pro Merito; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Pep Band 1, 2; Class Secretary 1, 3 " A constant friend is a thing rare and hard to find.” PAUL XAVIER JOY College Paul Football 1, 2, 3; Baseball 3; Basketball 2, 3; Drama Club 2; Thespians 3; Track 1, 2, 3 " When a fight begins within himself a man is worth something.” PETER D. KEEGAN Air Force Skeeter Basketball 1, 2 " How much life in laughter.” CONSTANCE LOUISE KIERAS Nursing Connie Basketball 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses Club 1; Tri- S 1, 2, 3 " Sincerity and truth are the basis for every virtue.” Gertrude Jones Elinor G. Ives Peter D. Keegan Paul Xavier Joy CARL KORPITA Air Force Carlos " Thrice he can talk, and yet he is no speaker.” FRANK E. KOSLOSKI, JR. Air Force Polock " The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” BRUCE W. KING College Bruce Baseball 1, 2, 3; Biology Club 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Weight Lifting Club 3 " No moonlight don’t shine so bright as fe Jamaica own.” ROBERT D. KNIGHTLY College Bob Band 1, 2, 3; Chemistry Club 3; Pep Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 2; Rod and Gun Club 1, 2, 3 " The smile that won’t come off.” HELEN MARY KUCINSKI College Helen A.F.S. 3; Chemistry Club Gold Bug; Pro Merito; Tri-S 1, 2, 3 " We strive to improve the heart and mind.” ELIZABETH ZOE LACHMAN College Fuzzy Chemistry Club 3; Future Teachers 3; Gold Bug; Tri-S 1, 2, 3 " Patience is the best remedy for every trouble.” Elizabeth Zoe Lachman Bruce W. King Carl Korpita Helen Alary Kucinski Robert D. Knightly Frank E. Kosloski, Jr. SARA HUDSON LaCLAIRE College Sara Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3; Gold Bug; Pro Merito; Chemistry Club 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3 " Her smile is the sweetest that ever was seen.” SUSAN LATHAM College Sue Drama Club 1; French Club 1, 2; Graphic 1, 2, 3; Biology Club 1, 2; Young Democrats 1; Peace Club 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3 " The life of the free is struggle, fulfillment and peace; tears and laughter. " Sara Fludson LaClaire Susan Latham CHARLES E. LAURIN Work Chuck Basketball 1, 2 " Size does not make a man; it is the stuff within that counts.” ARTHUR LEIGNER Work Baseball 1, 2 " He could whip his weight in wildcats.” Charles E. Laurin Arthur Leigner ELIZABETH Y. LEWIS College Libby Chorus 1, 2; Drama Club 1, Secretary; French Club 1; Future Nurses Club 1, 2; Gold Bug Senior Co-Editor; Graphic 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Thespians 1, 2; Junior Class Play; A.F.S. 1; Literary Club 1 " Friendship is the greatest thing in the world.” CAROL ANNE LINNELL College Carol Softball 1, 2; Bas.ketball 1; Chorus 1, 2; Drama Club; Junior Class Play; French Club 1, 2; Gold Bug; Pro Merito; Tri-S 1,- 2, 3; Thespians 1, 2; A.F.S. 1, 2, 3; Track 1; Chemistry 3; Summer A.F.S. Exchange Student " Her friendship is present in all she does.” Elizabeth Y. Lewis Carol Anne Linnell SARAH E. LIVERMORE College Sarah A.F.S. 1; Band 1; French Club 1; Future Teachers Club 1, 2; Gold Bug, Senior Co-Editor; Pep Club 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Junior Class Play ROBERT CHARLES LIVINGSTON College Bob Band 1, 2, 3; Gold Bug; Graphic 1, 2, 3; Pro ' Merito; Student Council 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3 " Not by years but by disposition is wisdom ac- quired. " Sarah E. Livermore James Loux James H. Mangels JAMES LOUX College Jim " A perfectly normal person is rare in our civiliza- tion. " JULIE BETH LOVINS College . Julie Gold Bug; Graphic 1, 2, 3, Business Manager 1, 2; Pro Merito " Dost thou love life.’ Then waste not time, for time is the stuff that it is made of. " JAMES H. MANGELS School Jim Band 1; Leaders Club 2, 3; Pep Band 1, 2 " Lay aside life-harming heaviness and entertain a cheerful disposition. " SUSAN DOROTHEA MARKERT College Sue Basketball 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1; Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3, President 3; Softball 1, 2, 3; Volley- ball 1, 2, 3 " Laughing fellowship grows warm.” Robert Charles Livingston Julie Beth Lovins JSy. ru ' Susan Dorothea Markert CHARNLEY ANN MARSDEN College Cammy Band 1; French Club 2; Pro Merito; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Thespians 1, 2, 3; Secretary 2; Class Vice President 1 " It is great cleverness to know how to conceal one’s cleverness.” JOANNE BARBARA MATUSZKO College Jo Volleyball 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2; Chemistry Club 3 " A blush is beautiful, but it is sometimes in- convenient.” Joanne Barbara Matuszko GENE McCANNON Service Chip Basketball 1, 2 " The city of happiness is in the state of mind.” SUSAN KATRINA MERZBACH College Sue Chemistry Club 3; Band 1, 2; Softball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Drama 1; French Club 1, 2; Gold Bug; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2; Volley- ball 3; Pep Band 2 " A merry heart goes all the day.” Susan K atrina Merzbach JUDY ANN MILLAR Nursing Judy Cheerleading 1, 2, 3; Drama 1; Gold Bug; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3 " Above our life we love a steadfast friend.” PATRICIA ELAINE MITCHELL College Pat Basketball 1, 2, 3; Gold Bug; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3 " Gaily the Troubadour touched his guitar.” Patricia Elaine Mitchell 29 Gene McCannon Charnley Ann Marsden Judy Ann Millar MARY JANE MOREAU College Mary Jane Future Teachers Club 2; Gold Bug; Graphic 2; Pep Club 2; Pro Merito; Student Council 3, Secretary 3; Tri-S 2, 3, Secretary 3; Volleyball 3 " It’s nice to be natural, when you’re naturally nice.” RICHARD B. MOREAU College Rich Band 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Chorus 1, 3; French Club 2; Orchestra 1, 3; Ski Team 1, 3 " Let me live as I please today for tomorrow may never come.” DOROTHY JILL MORGAN Nursing School Jill Basketball 2; Chorus 2; Future Nurses Club 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 2; Softball 1; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3 " She would rather be happy than be dignified.” STEPHEN ERANCIS MORIN College Sparks Band 2, 3; Chemistry Club 3; Gold Bug; Graphic 3; Pep Band 2, 3 " All around sport of the very best sort.” Richard B. Moreau Stephen Francis Morin WILLIAM H. MURPHY III College Bill Biology Club 2, 3; Drama Club 1; Gold Bug; Graphic 3; A.V. Club 3; Chemistry Club 3 " For the love of laughter, hinder not the humor of his design.” SUSAN E. NEET College Sue A.F.S. 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2; Basketball 2; Chorus 2, 3; Orchestra 1; Pro Merito; Student Council 3, President 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2 " The secret of the universe turns out to be per- sonality.” Dorothy Jill Morgan Mary Jane Moreau William H. Murphy III 30 DONALD NELSON College Rocky Baseball 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Chemistry Club 3; French Club 1, 2; Rod and Gun Club 1; Track 2 " In science we must be interested in things.” ERIC R. NELSON College Eric Track 1, 2; Cross Country 2, 3; Math Club 1; Literary Club 1; Electronics Club 1, 2, 3; Leaders Club 3; Chess Club 3, President; Pro Merito; French Club 2, Vice President; Club Council 2 " Cleverness is the first step to mischief.” Donald Nelson Erie R. Nelson SUSAN NIEDECK College Sue Drama 1, 2; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Thespians 2, 3 " A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance.” LINDA lOLANDA NEWPORT College Lin Basketball 1; Chorus 1; Future Nurses Club 1, 2; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3 " ' Twas her thinking of others made you think of her.” Linda lolanda Newport MARY R. NORTON College Gnurdy Graphic 1, 2, Co-Editor 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3 " Adventure is not outside a man; it is within.” THOMAS T. OLIVER College Tom Band 1, 2; Gold Bug; Pro Merito; Chemistry Club 3; Electronics Club 2 " Men who know much say little. " Thomas T. Oliver 31 Susan Niedeck Mary R. Nortoi JOANNE OSTROWSKI College Oss Basketball 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2 " I laughed ’til I cried.” ALICE ANN PARTRIDGE College Alice Band 1, 2, 3; Pro Merito; Tri-S 1; Tennis Team 1; Biology Club 1, 2; Chemistry Club 3 " Beware when the great God lets loose a thinker on this planet.” Joanne Ostrowski Alice Ann Partridge ELAINE R. PERRIELLO College Elaine Band 1, 2, 3; French 1, 2; Gold Bug; Graphic 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Pro Merito; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; A.F.S. 1, 2, 3; Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3 " A moment ' s insight is sometimes worth a life ' s experience.” DAVID PETERSON Undecided Dave Football 1, 2 " There is always work to do, and tools to work with, for those who will.” WILLIAM E. POOLE College Bill Band 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Projectionist Club 1, 2, 3; Leaders Club 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2 " Laugh and be merry, remember better the world with a song.” CHERYL PRATT Undecided Cherie Tri-S 1, 2, 3 " Confidence placed in another often compels confidence in return.” Elaine R. Perriello William E. Poole Cheryl Pratt David Peterson Carol Jane Robinson Carolyn Ross David Russell JANICE MAY RICHARDSON College Janice Chorus 1, 2, 3; Gold Bug; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Pro Merito; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; A.F.S. 1 " All things come round to him who will but wait. " BARBARA F. ROWELL Secretarial IF ork Barb Gold Bug; Pep Club 1, 2; Tri-S 1, 2, 3 " Speech is great — silence is greater.” DAVID RUSSELL College Dave Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1 " In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength. " CAROL JANE ROBINSON School Carol Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2 " Sugar and Spice and everything nice.” BETTE ANN RODZWELL College Bette Basketball 1; Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3; Gold Bug; Pep Club I, 2, 3; Pro Merito; Tri-S 1, 2, 3 " Sentiment is intellectualized emotion pre- cipitated in pretty crystals by the fancy.” CAROLYN ROSS Marriage Carol Softball 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1; Volleyball 2, 3 " She is herself a dowery.” Janice May Richardson Bette Ann Rodzwell ,.r — Barbara F. Rowell WILLIAM RUSSELL College Bill Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2 " Good health and good sense are two of man’s greatest blessings. " ERICA SAVEREID College Erica Basketball 3; Drama Club 1; Thespians 2, 3, President 3; French Club 2, Secretary-Treasurer; A.F.S. 1, 2 " The thing speaks for itself. " Erica Savereid MISCHELLE R. SEPANEK School Shelly Basketball 2, 3; Track 2; Tri-S 1, 2, 3 " Little friends may prove great friends. " EDWARD CHARLES SERUES College Ed " Nothing is impossible to diligence and skill.” Edward Charles Serues GARY SHUMWAY College Here Baseball 1, 2, 3 " In the spring when it ' s warm, he gets his uniform out.” PATRICIA ANN SHUMWAY College Pat Basketball 1; Softball 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1; Gold Bug; Pep Club 1. 2, 3; Tri-S 1. 2, 3 " The most I can do for my friends is simply to be their friend. " Patricia Ann Shumway William Russell Mischelle R. Sepanek Gary Shumwav BEVERLY J. SMITH Secreturi tl W ' ork Be Basketball 1, 2, 3; Gold Bug; Pep Club 2; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3 " Her very frowns are fairer far than smiles of other maidens are.” SANDRA SMITH Sandra 2, 3, Captain, 3; Gold College Band 1; Cheerleading 1 Bug; Orchestra 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Pro Merito; Tri-S 1, 2. 3; Thespians 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3; A.F.S. 2 " Good humor may be said to be one of the very best articles of dress one can wear in society.” Sandra Smith STEPHEN SNOW College Steve Basketball 1, 2, 3; Drama 1; Thespians 2, 3 " Let each man pass his days in that wherein his skill is greatest. " GLORIA STEVENS Undecided Gloria " We shall never understand one another until we reduce the language to words.” ANN MARIE SWARTZ College Tri-S 1, 2, 3 " As beautiful as a woman ' s blush. " Ann M. REBECCA TAYLOR College Becky Basketball 1, 2; Drama 1; Future Teachers Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2; Tri-S 1, 2, 3 " A companion who is cheerful is worth his weight in gold.” Gloria Stevens M. Rebecca Taylor Stephen Snow •Ann Marie Swartz Beverly J. Smith Ralph M. Timberlake 36 CHARLES THOMPSON III College Charlie " Over the hill the farm boy goes, his shadow lengthens along the land, a giant staff in a giant hand.” THOMAS C. THORTON W ' ork Thumper Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3 " Where the drink goes in, there the wit goes out.” RALPH M. TIMBERLAKE College Ralph French Club 2; Gold Bug, Co-Editor; Rod and Gun Club 2, 3; Ski Team 3; Swim Team 2; Leaders Club 2, 3; Junior Class Play; Chemistry Club 3 " Keep smiling; it makes everyone wonder what you have been up to. " CHARLOTTE ANNE TURGEON College Nan Band 1, 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3; French Club 2, President; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Literary Club 1; Chamber Music 1, 2, 3; Club Council 2 " I wish everyone would be quiet and let me drink my tea. " Leslie Ann Thayer Charles Thompson III LESLIE ANN THAYER College Les Cheerleaders 1; Drama Club 1, 2; French Club 2; Pep Club 1; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Thespians 3; Volley- ball 3 " Her worth is warrant for her welcome.” WILLIAM R. THOMAS Undecided Bill " We must eat to live and live to eat.” Charlotte Anne Turgeon Thomas C. Thorton William R. Thomas OLIVE Y. WARNER College Olive Art Club 3; Chorus 1; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Thespians 3; Literary Club 2; Junior Class Play " The mind is restless, turbulent, strong and un- yielding ... as difficult to subdue as the wind. " PATRICIA GAILANN WEBB Hairdressing Webbie " . . . as happy as the daisies that dance.” Patricia Gailann Webb ALICIA ANNE WEEKS College Alicia Chorus 1, 2, 3; French Club 2; Gold Bug; Pep Club 1, 2; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 3 " Grace in women is the secret charm.” ARTHUR WENTWORTH Undecided Art Football 1, 2, 3 " His limbs were cast in manly mold. For handy sports or contest bold.” Arthur Wentworth 37 Elizabeth Ann Walker DONNA URQUHART Art School Donna Art Club 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Band 2 " Every artist dips his brush into his own soul and paints it on the canvas. " ELIZABETH ANN WALKER College Liz Future Teachers Club 3; Pep Club 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Softball 1 " The world looks brighter from behind a smile.” Donna Urquhart Olive Y. Warner Alicia Anne Weeks JOHN H. WENTWORTH College John Basketball 1, 2; Football 2, 3 " True humor springs not from the head but from the heart.” JANE ELLEN WICK College Jane Drama 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, " 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3 " As the sun colors flowers, so does art color life.” John H. Wentworth Jane Ellen Wick LUCINDA P. WILLIAMS College Cindy French Club 1; Gold Bug; Graphic 1, 2; Pep Club 1; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3 " A witty woman is a treasure, a witty beauty is a power.” RICHARD WILLIAMS College Dick " Often the greatest talents lie unseen.” Lucinda P. Williams Richard Williams NANCY AVIS WILLS Beautician School Nancy " Little I ask; my wants are few.” MARILYN RAE WILSON College Marilyn Band 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; French Club 1, 2; Gold Bug; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Pro Merito; Student Council 1; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; A.F.S. 1, 2, 3; Pep Band 1, 2, 3; Class Secretary 2; Class Play 1; Chemistry Club 3 " Good natured and cheerful and with the con- sciousness of having a good day ' s work.” Nancy Avis Wills Marilyn Rae Wilson JUSTINA WINSTON College Stina A.F.S. 1, 2, 3; French Club 2; Gold Bug; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Pro Merito " To do easily what is difficult for others is the mark of talent.” DOUGLAS L. WOODARD Vocational School Woody Basketball 1, 2 " A workman that needeth not be ashamed.” Justina Winston Douglas L. Woodard SANDRA JEAN WOODARD College Sandy Drama 1; French Club 2; Future Teachers Club 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 3 ; Track Team 1, 3 " With merry making eyes and jocund smiles.” NELSON C. WOODEORK, JR. College Topper A.V. Club 3; Band 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Chem- istry Club 3; Cross Country 2, 3; Student Council 2, 3; Class President 3 " Reason and calm judgement, the qualities spe- cially belonging to a leader.” MARTIN H. WYGANT College Marty Graphic 2, 3; Outing Club 1; Leaders Club 2 " The joyfulness of a man prolongeth his days.” WILLIAM C. ZUMBRUSKI Work Bill Baseball 3; Drama 1; Junior Class Play; Leaders Club 3; Thespians 2 ' , 3 " We are few, we happy band of brothers.” Nelson C. Woodfork, Jr. Martin H. Wygant William C. Zumbruski CLASS OF 1 964 SEATED: Harriet Hull, treasurer; Laurie .Slobody, vice president; John Perhonis, president; Linda Lynch, secretary. STANDING: Mr. Ken Caovette, Miss Barhite. The Class of 1964 has initiated and participated in many activities at ARHS, providing class members with the opportunity to participate in enjoyable and rewarding activities and earning money for the class treasury. The class succeeded in both areas. It started the year by winning first prize for the best float in the Booster Day Parade. In November, a great financial boost was given to the class treasury with the annual cake sale. Next was the Class Night, an event in which the class of ’64 were the pioneers. Not only was the Class Night a success, but it also encouraged the payment of class dues. By popular demand, another Class Night was held later in the year. In January, the class sponsored a dance and, with the arrival of spring, held the annual paper drive. Finally, the class ended the year by sponsoring the biggest social event of the year, the Senior Prom. 42 S. Allen R. Allis G. Avery J. Backe J. Baldwin J. Baldwin M. Basara R. Basara D. Battistoni N. Beattie C. Beturney J. Bieniek R. Bleckwehl R. Booth T. Bosworth D. Boyden H. Bradey S. Britt R. Button D. Capen A. Cashin E. Cembalisty J. Colby C. Connor J. Cook J. Crooker N. Crowley W. Dandelske V. Dihlmann B. Drake T. Drake W. Duncan C. Fawkner J. Field M. Fifield J. Fitts M. Fitzpatrick B. Foley F. Fournier L. Frost J. Fulton B. Fydenkevez J. Garvey G. Gianetti S. Glaszcz M. Goodhind M. Grandonico J. Gross rn- ' S. Hammel M. Hanks B. Hart B. Harris L. Harris M. Hayden B. Hebert A. Hendrickson S. Horton R. Houghton H. Hull M. Jackson P. Jacob R. Jacque R. Jeffrey F. Johansson P. Johnson P. Kelley E. Kellogg J. Kieras B. Koester M. Kolakoski W. Kosloski E. Kucinski S. Lashway D. Lawrence M. LeMieux R. Loomis R. Lovell A. Lovins J. Lyman L. Lynch A. Major E. March C. Marco P. May T. McCannon S. Nanartonis P. Newell J. Newton K. Newton M. Owen J. Perhonis E. Pierce L. Pratt P. Prusnal T. Rice B. Roberts M. Robinson P. Robison P. Rocasah V. Rogowski G. Rosen D. Rule C. Russell R. Searle P. Shelnutt D. Sieruta L. Slobody S. Snape R. Sparks S. Stanitis R. Stevens C. Stoddard M. Stowell J. Swanson P. Swenson G. Taylor B. Thompson R. Tilley L. Turner R. Vincent L. Vlach J. Wagenbach M. Wagner P. Warren L. Weaver D. Weir W. Welcome C. Wentworth S. Wentworth J. Whitney C. Williams P. Williams A. Woodard D. Woodard R. Wright K. Zak R. Zakaitis CLASS OF 1965 SEATED: Stephen Paige, treasurer; Judd Carhart, vice president; James Boicourt, president; Linda Johnson, secretary. STANDING: Mr. Robinson, Miss Eoley. The Class of ’65 began as freshmen to unite in planning a happy and busy high school career. In November, the class entered a float in the Booster Day parade, and in December it held a full-day class party with sledding, skating, games, and dancing. In January and February, the class gave several well-attended sock hops and in March sponsored the St. Patrick’s Dance which featured the Twilighters. From September through June, the class of ’65 made outstanding achieve- ments as individuals. Many class members participated in Field Day, as well as adding to the school’s record in sports. Through these activities, the class showed much promise in its ability to build up a firm foundation for success in the remaining high school years. 46 E. Adair A. Agard D. Aldrich G. Aldrich D. Alviani C. Atkins M. Ball C. Bastow R. Berglund R. Bias N. Birge W. Blackmore S. Blinn J. Boicourt C. Bond E. Bragg J. Bray P. Brogan E. Brown J. Brown L. Brown R. Burnett S. Capen J. Carhart T. Carney S. Chase T. Colby P. Colvin W. Cook M. Coplin S. Couch R. Cramer E. Crossman M. Cuartes B. Cunningham W. Cushman C. Czerwonka R. Davis S. Davis R. Dickinson G. Dittfach G. Doherty L. DuBois D. Dunbar L. Durgin C. Dusch W. Ezbicki S. Fairbairn J. Farley S. Foley J. Fuller J. Gage W. Geyser J. Gillmore D. Glazier L. Glazier J. Graiff P. Grandonico H. Greeley J. Grow J. Hall B. Hawthorne F. Heath M. Helming J. Hemenway ! t A. Holzhauer B. Horne E. Hosford J. Howard S. Howard E. Hunsberger F. lantosca D. Ives B. Jacque J. Jacque K. Jacque S. Janse R. Jewett P. Johansson G. Johnson L. Johnson N. Kaminski P. Karch W. Kellogg P. Kelly D. Kinder J. King S. King J. Kirley J. Kirley E. Kopec W. Kosloski J. Kucinski L. Kuzmeski L. LaClaire J. Langland D. Lashway K. Lashway F. Ledoyt C. Leininger J. Levine T. Lindsey M. Loven D. Lucas P. MacConnell S. Maslanka J. Matuszko K. McCannon B. McCarter C. McGrath M. McKenna L. McKie H. Michelson J. Millar T. Mitchell iN. MontviIIe R. Morrissey M. Mulholland K. Murphy A. Musgrave S. Neylon G. Nutting S. Paige J. Parkinson R. Patterson P. Petnzzo C. Pippert J. Pray D. Puffer J. Quint J. Raskevitz S. Richards C. Roberts G. Robitaille E. Rodgers P. Rodgers R. Rule G. Russell N. Russell C. Ryznic 50 T. Schmitt S. Scott M. Searle D. Seaver D. Seymour E. Shaw A. Shumway M. Slocum J. Smith P. Smith R. Smith C. Sobala E. Spence M. Strong P. Surrey D. Taylor K. Telega H. Tidlund K. Tidlund A. Torrey C. Tymkowiche A. Vassallo E. Watson J. Wexler E. Whipple G. Williams L. Williams L. Williams S. Wills L. Willson S. Wilson R. Wojtowicz G. Woodard J. Zac P. Zunic OUR A.F.S. TRAVELERS 52 The latest recruits for JV basketball Seventh period position Our illustrious class advisor This Napoleon met his Waterloo. Anybody seen Livingston? 53 FIRST ROW: M. Lawrence, P. Shelnutt, A. Lovins, C. Williams, B. Colby; SECOND ROW; M. Robinson, D. Drew, P. Joy, J. Whitney, E. Nelson. THIRD ROW: T. Drake, P. Johnson, W. Poole, B. Drake, T. Bosworth, A. Cashin. TRACK The 1962 Hurricane track team in dual meets won three and lost two. In three- way meets, they won one and lost two. Consistently high scoring came from Myron Robinson on the one mile run, Art Dimock on the hurdles, Pete Johnson in the broad jump, and Tim Bosworth on the high jump. TRACK RECORD OPPONENT AMHERST Athol . .. 55.5 41.5 Northampton . .. 46 Mahar - 19.67 69.33 Northampton . 54 Turners Falls . 41 76 Greenfield -- . 52 36 South Hadley . 54 Long Meadow . . 39 69 Holyoke . 49 59 Greenfield - 67.5 49.5 Frontier . 69 48 three-u ' ciy meet 56 FIRST ROW: B. Russell, A. Jacque, N. Woodfork, D, Dowd. SECOND ROW: F. Stoddard, S. Rozwenc, J. Barton, A. Paradise. TFIIRD ROW: G. Pelis, B. King, V. Bohdonaw, V. Zumbruski, Manager J. Merzbach, Manager B. Foley, T. Thorn- ton, D. Southwick, Manager G. Mellen. BASEBALL In 1962, for the third straight year, the Amherst Regional baseball team won the Hampshire League pennant. With only three returning starters (Tom Thornton, Alan Jacque and Vic Zumbruski), Coach Charles Abramson had a tough rebuilding job. The team compiled a good 11-6 record behind the pitches of Bill Russell (6-2) and Tom Thornton (5-4) and the strong hitting of Alan Jacque and Vic Zumbruski. A play-off game, in which Amherst defeated Pioneer Regional 5-1, was necessary to decide the Hampshire League champs. The ’Canes are looking forward to another fine season in 1963. With many of last year’s starters returning. Coach Abramson expects a good team. Northampton OPPONENT - -7 AMHERST 3 Turners Falls 6 9 Commerce (Springfield) 1 0 Brattleboro, Vt 5 1 Arms Academy . 8 11 Smith Academy - -3 14 Pioneer Regional 1 2 St. Michael’s . . 0 8 Frontier Regional . .. 0 7 Hopkins Academy . 6 11 Arms Academy 8 11 Smith Academy 6 5 Pioneer Regional 3 2 St. Michael’s ... 7 6 Frontier Regional - - 3 4 Hopkins Academy 2 10 Pioneer Regional 1 5 Play-off game 57 FIRST ROW: R. Jacque, D. Ives, M. Jackson, J. Swanson, A. Wentworth, C. Emery, V. Bohdonaw, A. Jacque, P. Joy, J. Wentworth. SECOND ROW: R. Berglund, E. Kucinski, S. Allen, B. Drake, A. Cashin, R. Wright, R. Jeffrey, M. Hayden, C. Duncan. THIRD ROW: Coach Abramson, A. Vassallo, J. Fuller, G. Doherty, J. Langland, D. Lucas, J. Parkinson, J. Boicourt, J. Carhart, B. Smith, Coach Cox. FOOTBALL The Amherst Regional football team had its first losing season in a long time, winning three and losing five. Val Bohdonaw scored 38 points of the year’s total of 86 points. Paul Joy was the outstanding defensive player with 80 individual tackles and 57 assists. FOOTBALL RECORD OPPONENT AMHERST Mt. Greylock Regional 30 34 Frontier Regional . . 0 14 Turners Falls . . 12 0 Arms Academy . 22 0 Mahar Regional 0 26 South Hadley . 18 0 Murdock 16 6 Ware . 14 6 58 HURRICANES IN ACTION Did we make it. Ref?? Of course, we made it, Ref!! " What’s Mr. Clean’s first name?” Pass play nets a 30 yard gain against Mt. Grey lock Regional. Block that kick, Roger! ! ! 59 FIRST ROW; C. Williams, R. Stevens, N. Woodfork, P. Dahlquist, B. Colby, G. Johnson. SECOND ROW: Mr. Caouette, E. Nelson, T. Bosworth, I. Fairbairn, T. Drake. CROSS COUNTRY In 1962 the Amherst Cross Country Team had an excellent season. The Harriers won their first seven meets, extending their winning streak to twelve meets. Mr. Kenneth Caouette’s boys were beaten in their last two meets but only after a hard struggle. Dick Stevens cut the A.R.H.S. course record from 13:05 minutes to 12:35.8. In Class D of the State Cross Country Meet, A.R.H.S. finished tenth. OPPONENT AMHERST Arms Academy 69 19 Deerfield Academy 64 Williamsburg ---- -47 18 Minnechaug . - - 37 21 Arms Academy . -43 19 Arms Academy 44 18 Williamsburg . 34 21 Holyoke 40 18 Minnechaug - - -.-25 30 Arms Academy 69 43 Mt. Hermon 28 Lowest score wins. Three way track meet 60 FIRST ROW: E, Spence, G. Doherty, R. Morrisey, J. Smith, J. Farley, E. Crossman. SECOND ROW: R. Bias, T. Schmitt, R. Zakitis, B. Thompson, G. Taylor, W. Dosloski, J. Langland. J. V. BASKETBALL The Junior Varsity basketball team, under the direction of Coach Tremblay, had an impressive season, winning 10 of 13 league games for a total of 12 wins and 6 losses. The squad played w ' ell as a team, and at the end of the season, Ronny Bias, Jim Smith, Brian Thompson and Gary Doherty moved up to the varsity squad. 61 1 Y ) tRSr WZRSi FIRST ROW: G. Doherty, A. Jacque, T. Thornton, P. Joy, J. Smith. SECOND ROW: Coach Crutchfield, T. Bosworth, V. Bohdonaw, B. Thompson, J. Parkinson, D. Nelson, Coach Tremblay. VARSITY BASKETBALL The Amherst Regional High School basketball team had a losing season. In the strong Hampshire league, they compiled a 5-9 record for a tie for 6th place. Their overall record was 7-12 with a tie with St. Michael’s at a pre-season jamboree in South Hadley. Despite the poor showing this year, the team has great promise. Several freshmen looked good and played in the last games a great deal. 62 Home game with Arms Academy VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD OPPONENT St. Michael’s 24 Athol 62 Northampton . 54 Agawam . 44 Agawam . 43 Northampton - 72 Arms Academy 40 South Hadley . 54 St. Michael’s . 43 Smith Academy .. 47 Hopkins Academy 74 Pioneer 28 I ' rontier 64 Arms Academy . 57 South Hadley . 73 St. Michael’s - 84 Smith Academy 70 Hopkins Academy . — 68 Pioneer 30 I’rontier 47 AMHERST 24 42 46 48 55 48 51 35 46 42 48 45 53 68 53 50 43 43 54 43 Amherst vs St. Michael ' s Amherst vs Arms Academy 63 SKI TEAM LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Robinson, P. MacConnell, J. Brown, R. Moreau, R. Timberlake, J. Boicourt, P. Johnson. The ski team, in its first year at ARHS had a rather poor showing with only six members coming out. Mr. Robinson coached practices held at Thunder Mountain. In the races attended, our skiers placed in the top 50 c consistently. It is hoped that next year the ski team will have a better season. B. COOK R. TIMBERLAKE R. MOREAU 64 GIRL’S SOFTBALL TEAM FIRST ROW: Pat Mitchell, Cindy Stoddard, Linda Frost, Sue Markert, Carol Linnell, Claire Connor. SECOND ROW: Judy Garvey, Joan Fulton, Marsha Kolakoski, Pat Shumway, Gert Jones, Sue Merzback, Betsy Heath. THIRD ROW: Pat Prusnal, Bertha Fydenkevez, Laurie Slobody, Ginny Dihlman, Carol Russell, Carol Beturney, Sharon Nanartonis, Bev Hebert. The 1962 Softball team was outstanding in its teamwork and offered its opponents stiff competition. Helping the team to victory five times was the accurate pitching of Barbara Crossman, Carol Linnell, and Linda Frost, and the capable catching of Patricia Shumway and the powerful batting of Rita Kamensky, Natalie Varley, and Patricia Shum- way. They averaged 15 points per game to their opponents’ 13 points. Amherst . 40 St. Michael’s .13 Amherst 9 Arms Academy ..14 Amherst 20 Belchertown . .. 4 Amherst 1 Frontier 14 Amherst .. 22 St. Michael’s . 13 Amherst . . 3 Greenfield 12 Amherst 19 Belchertown 1 Amherst 26 Pioneer 25 Amherst - 7 Pioneer 26 Amherst . 3 Frontier 16 1 65 MAROON: FIRST ROW: Homme, Matusko. SECOND ROW: Ross, Corey, Lynch, Kolakoski, Horne, Lashway, Robin- son, Cuddeback. THIRD ROW: Smith, Fydenkevez, Owen, Slobody, LaClaire, Hull, Weeks. WHITE: FIRST ROW: Austin, Mitchell. SECOND ROW: Murphy, Prusnal, Heath, McCannon, Williams, Went- worth, Jacque, Markert, Hebert, Shaw, Woodard, Moreau, Thayer, Lyman. ADVERSARIES AMHERST MAROON Pioneer Team One - .22 26 Pioneer Team Two 18 50 Turners Falls Team One . . 12 44 Turners Falls Team Two 11 47 Pioneer Team One - -25 19 Pioneer Team Two . . . 11 35 Turners Falls Team One 28 39 Turners Falls Team Two 10 60 ADVERSARIES AMHERST WHITE Pioneer Team One . . 22 31 Pioneer Team Two . 20 30 Turners Falls Team One 16 36 Turners Falls Team Two 16 36 Pioneer Team One - 23 25 Pioneer Team Two 15 42 Turners Falls Team One 33 37 Turners Falls Team Two .19 51 Forty-five girls represented ARMS in volleyball this year, proof that interest has been stimulated in the second year of volleyball. Everybody — the tall, the short, the thin, and the rest of us got a chance to hit the ball — hopefully, in the court and hope- fully, out of the net. Our Maroon and White teams were evenly ' matched but proved superior in meets with Pioneer and Turners Falls as our girls really set them up. In formal competition two teams from each school play two games each with two opposing teams. As a result the winning school is determined by how many of the four games the school wins. 66 FIRST ROW: Seaver, Roberts, Searle, Murphy, Jacque, Neylon. SECOND ROW; Fairbairn, McCannon, Hunsgerger, Mul- holland, Russell, Shaw, Dubois. THIRD ROW: Rodgers, Fitts, Taylor, Mrs. Warren, Alviani. Finishing an undefeated season, the varsity team also victims, the energetic J.V.’s are aiming for three undefeated years. We would hesitate to say they won’t make it. Kathy Murphy and Mary Searle combined an unbelievable number of points, and the team’s defense was outstanding. Together the girls played as a team. Adversaries Amherst Frontier . . 14 22 Hopkins 0 32 Frontier . 16 22 Williamsburg . ... 21 23 Greenfield 10 20 St. Michael’s 12 44 Pioneer 9 17 Williamsburg 15 20 Hopkins ... 0 24 Pioneer 18 25 St. Michael’s 9 31 VARSITY BASKETBALL FIRST ROW; Ostrowski, Smith, Jones, Markert, Matusko, Sepanek, Stoddard. SECOND ROW: Miss Lawson, Cuddeback, Mitchell, Hull, Hebert, Bienieck, Savereid. THIRD ROW: Austin, Wilson, Kieras, Merzback, Crooker, Fydenkevez, Brown, Andenaes. FOURTH ROW: Crossman, Owen, Prusnal, Taylor, Crowley, Kolakoski, Fournier, Gross. Having lost 3 out of their first four games, the Varsity Girls made a great comeback, winning their remaining 7 games for a commendable 8-3 record. Perhaps the foulshot percentage wasn’t much to talk about, but forwards Gert Jones, and Bev Smith, and guards Jo Matusko, Sue Markert, and Margie Brown are. The team and Miss Lawson felt all practices had been worthwhile when Amherst defeated Williamsburg, a team which had been undefeated for 3 years. 68 SCORES ADVERSARIES AMHERST Frontier 49 17 Hopkins 23 37 Frontier 39 5 Williamsburg 25 15 Greenfield 16 20 St. Michael’s 25 29 Pioneer 27 28 Williamsburg .. 19 21 1 lopkins 22 50 Pioneer 19 29 St. Michael’s 13 35 Hurry up, Mr. Oldershaw! Marilyn may win this jump! She is wearing high heeled sneakers ! Basketball rejects. STANDING; Barbara Ennis, Dolce Alviani, Betsy Heath, Dorry Kinder. KNEELING: Judy Millar, Sandy Smith, Janet Millar. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS With their enthusiasm, new uniforms, and clever routines, the cheer- leaders aroused much school spirit at the athletic games this year. Proof of this is that more people than ever attended the football games this year. They cheered at all home and away games, and because they had taught the school song and many of the cheers at pep rallies, many of the spectators joined in cheering on the teams. 70 STANDING: Kathy Lashway, Sharon Nanartonis, Barbara Koester. KNEELING: Paula Surrey, Linda Turner, Carol Beturne JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS The junior varsity aided the varsity squad in keeping up the high spirits of the crowd and our teams with many of their own original cheers. FIRST ROW: J. Millar, D. Alviani, R. Bleckwehl, M. J. Moreau, R. Livingston, S. Neet, Mr. Crouse, S. Andenaes. SECOND ROW: E. Perriello, D. Taylor, L. Durgin, J. Johnson, B. Koestor, C. Beturney, G. Jones, P. Williams. THIRD ROW: N. Woodfork, M. Hayden, P. Beaumont, J. Parkinson, C. Williams, P. Smith, J. Perhonis. STUDENT COUNCIL Amherst Regional High’s Student Council spent a very active and success- ful year under the leadership of Mr. Crouse, advisor, and officers Susan Neet, president, Robert Livingston, vice president, Mary Jane Moreau, secretary, and Robin Bleckwehl, treasurer. The Student Council undertook such projects as the " No Talent Show,” the Winter Party held in February, the annual movie, and the popular Spring Field Day. The members continued to act as corridor patrols at lunch time, and the Council continued to function as an example of organized Student govern- ment to which students could look for leadership. 72 FIRST ROW; C. Linnell, E. Lachman, S. LaClaire, M. Wilson, T. Oliver, P. Beaumont, Miss Donley, E. Ives. SECOND ROW; J. Lovins, H. Kucinski, M. J. Moreau, B. Ennis, C. Marsden, J. Winston, B, A. Rodzwell, E. Perriello. THIRD ROW: A. Partridge, S. Neet, E. Nelson, R. Livingston, G. Jones, J. Richardson, S. Smith. PRO MERITO The large number of Pro Merito members this year shows the high academic achievement of the class of ’63. Under the guidance of Miss Donley and pres- ident Phil Beaumont, the honor society held two honor roll parties and the annual Pro Merito assembly in the spring. 73 FIRST ROW: E. Perriello, C. Stoddard, B. Koester, M. Wagner, H. Bastow, S. Smith, G. Williams. SECOND ROW: N. Woodfork, ■ ' V. Basile, J. Carhart, I. Fairbairn, J. Matusko, R. Livingston, E. Savereid, P. Beaumont, E. Nelson, J. Perhonis. CLUB COUNCIL Each year the Student Council organizes the Club Council for the pur- pose of providing an equitable method for setting activity dates. The Council is composed of representatives of each organization usually chosen by the club members. Under the direction of Bob Livingston, Club Council Moderator, each club has been able to set dates for activities. 74 rIRST ROW: L. Turner, B. Koester, J. Levine, M. Gage, C. Linnell, Mr. Ames, S. Andenaes, D. Alviani, L. Brown, H. Hull. SECOND ROW: C. Stoddard, E. Perriello, H. Kucinski, S. Neet, H. Bastow, D. Taylor, L. Durgin, E. Hosford, M. Wilson, J. Winston. THIRD ROW: M. Brown, V. Cuddeback, T. Rice, T. Lindsey, B. Drake, G. Rosen, T. Drake, C. Williams, M. Coltman, E. Savereid, J. DeMott. A. F. S. The purpose of the American Field Sertdce Club, more commonly re- ferred to as the A.F.S., is to help promote friendship and mutual under- standing among the countries of the world. This year, this purpose was truly fulfilled. Sigrun Andenaes came to A.R.H.S. from Norway and lived with Marilyn Wilson’s family. Last summer Carol Linnell went to Japan, and following her visit, Carol’s " sister,” Tomoko Sueno, came to visit her and attended A.R.H.S. classes regularly for about two months. In December, the A.F.S. club had a very successful " Books for Africa” drive. Later in the year, s everal foreign visitors came to talk with the club about their respective countries. Mr. Ames served as advisor for A.F.S. and Carol Linnell was president. 75 GRAPHIC Under the direction of Miss Morin, advisor, and Mary Norton and Heather Bastow, co-editors, the Graphic staff published eight issues. Julie Lovins supervised the business staff and solicited the necessary local advertising. To increase circulation, the Graphic sponsored two contests featuring prizes donated by local merchants. In January the organization underwent slight revision, and new reporters revitalized the staff considerably. Along with its regular coverage were featured exam schedules, a cut-out basketball and baseball schedule, and a column by Sigrun Andanaes, A.F.S. student from Norway. FIRST ROW: S. Nanartonis, P. Williams, M. Norton, H. Bastow, J. Lovins, C. Stoddard. SECOND ROW: A. Lovins, E. Ives, E. Lewi; 1 C. Linnell, V. Cuddaback, J. Quint. THIRD ROW: A. Torrey, G. Taylor, R. Livingston, R. Jeffrey, C. Williams. 1 76 FIRST ROW: B. Heath, Mr. Packard, C. Marsden, J. Harwick, E. Savereid, S. Smith, M. Gage, C. Linnell. SECOND ROW: S. Snape, L. Thayer, M. Tilley, D. Alviani, B. Ennis, E. Lewis, S. Niedeck, J. DeMott. THIRD ROW: M. Brown, P. Newell, V. Basile, M. Fifield, S. Snow, P. Joy, V. Zumbruski, V. Cuddeback. THESPIANS Troupe 1333 of the National Thespian Society was the only dramatic club this year. Difficulties were encountered when Mrs. Townsend, advisor and director, left. She was replaced by Miss Dovner, and finally by Mr. John Packard. In October, the Thespian tradition of a block dance at the town common was renewed. Following two years of the successful presentation of one-act plays and performances in Boston, Troupe 1333 again entered the Massachusetts One- Act Play Competition in March. This year, the school’s major dramatic production was sponsored by the Thespians. 77 JUNIOR MEMBERS. FIRST ROW: P. May, L. Harris, C. Connor, J. Gross, V. Dilhmann, L. Frost, L. Weaver, S. Britt, M. Grandonico, J. Newton, S. Lashway, E. March, SfCOND ROW: S. Snape, L. Turner, M. Owen, M. Basara, J, Baldwin, E, Pierce, C, Marco, J, Baldwin, S. Horton, J. Wagenbach, P. Swenson, E. Cembalisty. THIRD ROW: R. Bleckwehl, J. Horton, C, Wentworth, K. Newton, J. Garvey, P. Prusnal, M. Fitzpatrick, J. Fitts, M. Kolakowski, F. Fournier, M. Hanks, C. Beturney, L. Lynch, F. Koester. FOL’RTH ROW: A. Major, B. Hebert, N. Beattie, J. Lyman, P. Williams, L. Vlach, M. Tilley, S. Nanartonis, N, Crowley, P. Jacobs, P. Newell, B. Fydenkevez, B. Hart, E. Kellogg, J. Fulton, C. Russell, M. ' ' J ' agner, H. Hull. TRI-S Tri-S started out the year with a spectacular and very amusing initiation day for the freshmen, held in October. After this initiation, all the members planned the w ' inter formal, this year called " The Satin Cat,” for which the cafeteria was decorated as a New York night club. The high point of the evening was the crowning of Joanne Matusko as queen. One of the S’s of Tri-S stands for Service. The club had two main service projects for the year. At Christmas time, food baskets were collected and distributed to the needy. In the spring, the club collected clothing from Amherst and outlying districts for the Goodwill Clothing drive. This year, the club is under the direction of Miss Lawson and Mrs. Day, advisors, and officers Joanne Matusko, president. Bunny Koester, vice president, Mary Jane Moreau, secretary, and Sigrun Andenaes, treasurer. 78 FRESHMAN MEMBERS. FIRST ROW: C. Roberts, M. Ball, B. Cunningham, J. Howard, H. Greeley, J. Hall, J. Levine, P. Colvin. SECOND ROW: K. Lashway, J. Millar, D. Kinder, S. Neylon, M. Slocum, B. Horne, J. Wexler, L, Johnson. THIRD ROW: M. Helming, E. Shaw, M. Mulholland, S. Hemenway, J. Jacque, B. Rogers, J. Kirley, L. McKie, J. Bray, S. Capen. FOURTH ROW: E. Hosford, C. Bastow, C. Sobala, S. Chase, S. King, M. Searle, R. Jewett, D. Taylor, J. Quint, P. Surrey, K. McGrath. FRESHMAN MEMBERS. EIRST ROW: G. Nutting, S. Howard, C. Rysnic, K. Telega, K. McCannon, S. Davis, E. Adair, S. Couch, G. Russell. SECOND ROW: E. Watson, S. Scott, S. Fairbairn, F. lantosca, K. Murphy, E. Hunsberger, D. Alviani, C. Dusch. THIRD ROW: G. Williams, C. Pippart, J. Grow, N. Russell, P. Karch, D. Aldrich, M. Wilson, E. Kopec. FOURTH ROW: M. Coplin, P. Zunic, L. Kuzmeski, S. Maslanka, C. Bond, F. Ledoyt, S. Kirley, D. Seaver, L. Durgin, G. Dittfach, L. Brown. 79 SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Williams, J. Grow, R. Morrissey, R. Barnett, J. Gage, Mr. Hutchinson, J. Graiff. STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Smith, J. Matusko, J. Boifourt, P. Johnson, T. Lindsey, T. Mitchell, A. Lovins. BIOLOGY CLUB The Biology Club, under the sponsorship of Mr. Hutchinson, with Jon Gage as president, is a group interested in undertaking advanced experiments, seminars and natural history field trips to further their understanding of life phenomena. The members of the club were split into groups, and each group worked on a Biology research project to present to the club. A field trip was also planned to observe the University of Massachusetts’ Biology Department. 80 FIRST ROW: B. Ennis, B. Koester, L. Turner, M. Tilley, S. Markert, Mrs. Work, E. Cembalisty, P, May. SECOND ROW: S. Horton, C. Beturney, J. Ostrowski, C. Floge, B. A. Rodzwell, S. La Claire, P. Swenson, E. Lachman. THIRD ROW: M. Kolakowski, M. Ball, J. Fulton, M. LeMieux, C. Bond, C. Roberts, R. Taylor, S. Woodard, J. Hall. FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB The purpose of the Future Teachers Club is to encourage students to enter the teaching field. In the fall, the club, under the guidance of Mrs. Work, visited Mark’s Meadow School at the U. of M. where the club members toured the University’s education department and observed classes in progress. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Sackett, K. Newton, P. Prusnal, J. Garvey, J. Fitts, E. Blasko. SECOND ROW: M. Slocum, C. Connor, F. Fournier, C. Marco, C. Kieras, G. Russell. THIRD ROW: B. Horne, D. Capen, M. Owen, J. Wagenbach, P. Newell, N. Crowley, B. Hebert, L. Lynch. FUTURE NURSES CLUB The Future Nurses Club was organized for students who wish to participate in activities which pertain to nursing. The club members volunteered their services at hospitals, heard visiting speakers and studied the organization and function of different general hospitals in the area. ELECTRONICS CLUB Under the guidance of Mr. Robinson, the Electronics Club has been engaged in diverse projects, including a solar motor, a portable public address system, a portable phonograph, a binary computer, a superheterodyne radio demonstrator, and walkie-talkies. In addition to these projects, members often " trouble shoot’’ and repair non- functioning electronic equipment. FIRST ROW: E. Nelson, Mr. Robinson, V. Basile, J. Gage. SECOND ROW: J. Kucinski, E. Kucinski, R. Bias. AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS CLUB Since the return of Mr. Oldershaw from Trance, the Audio Visual Aids Class has been engaged in many projects. The project that interests the student body most is the establishing of a record collection. Permanent loud speakers are also being placed in strategic locations such as the cafeteria. The club has made its members available to teachers for the operation of A.V. equipment. FIRST ROW: R. Morrissey, C. Lenninger, Mr. Oldershaw, V. Basile, W. Murphy. SECOND ROW: R. Wright. D. Weir, G. Rosen, A. Cashin. l ' FIRST ROW: Mr. Abramson, D. Lawrence, B. Thompson, P. Joy, A. Jacque, R. i Jacque, R. Jeffrey. SECOND ROW: A. Cashin, T. Cavanaugh, D. Hall, C. Emery, D. Berglund, R. Wright, W. Poole. THIRD ROW: P. Shelnutt, W. Zumbruski, ! B. Roberts, B. Drake, R. Conklin, S. Allen, J. Mangels, E. Nelson, B. Colby. LEADERS CLUB The Leaders Club has four objectives which are; to develop good leadership and good citizenship traits; to assist in planning, organizing, and administering the program; to assist in supervising class routine and pro- cedure; to develop favorable attitudes toward physical activity through good examples set by leaders. WEIGHT-LIFTING CLUB FIRST ROW: L. Williams, W. Zumbruski, B. Drake, D. Drew, D. Lawrence P. Smith, Mr. Abramson. SECOND ROW: S. Allen, P. Shelnutt, B. King, G Robitaille, B. Colby, R. Booth, R. Berglund. THIRD ROW: T. Oliver, G. Shumway W. Poole, A. Cashin, R. Lovell, J. Carhart. The Weight Lifting Club, under the di- rection of Mr. Abramson, is a division of the Leaders Club. The number of members fluctuates because the membership is primarily composed of athletes interested in " off sea- son” conditioning. Modern methods, such as isometric contraction, are used for better physi- cal development. 83 LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Moore, G. Woodard, C. Lenninger, D. Dunbar, B. Cushman, J. Matusko, R. Timberlake, L. Heath, R. Knightly, A. Holzhauer, R. Davis, S. Blinn. ROD AND GUN CLUB The Rod and Gun Club, under the direction of Mr. Moore, met every Friday during the school year. Meetings included wildlife films and discussions on conservation. The annual ice fishing trip to Leverett pond, the trout fishing trip, and the spring banquet were enjoyed by all the members of the club. The President was Ralph Timberlake, and Robert Knightly served as Treasurer. 84 Dr- FIRST ROW: A. Lovins, N. Woodford, J. Matuszko. I. Fairbairn. A. Homme, Mr. Swift, E. Savereid, J. Adair. SECOND ROW: E. Each- man, A. Partridge, S. Merzbach. H. Bastow, E. Ives, C. Linnell, M. Gage, L. Williams. THIRD ROW: E. Perriello, H. Kucinski, S. Andenaes, S. Neet, S. LaClaire, V. Cuddeback, M. Brown, M. Wilson. FOURTH ROW: B. Colby, S. Morin, E. Nelson, D. Berglund. W. Murphy, D. Nelson, P. Beaumont, T. Oliver, P. Shelnutt, C. Emory. CHEMISTRY CLUB During the past year the Chemistry ' Club, under the direction of Mr. Swift, has proven to be •ery successful. Several field trips were taken. One ■ery interesting one was to Amherst College for a glass blowing demonstration. Many films were shown, and several lectures were heard by the members. One lecture concerned the insect problem in the Arctic. At one of the meetings the club learned how to develop film and how to make prints and enlargements. All club members participated in presenting at least one demonstration to the club, many of which were later shown to the Chemistry classes. Ian Fairbairn serv ' ed as president, Anne Homme, vice president, Joanne Matuszko, secretary-treasurer, and Dennis Berglund, program chairman. 85 FIRST ROW: C. Roberts, G. Russell, S. Couch, S, Davis, E, Adair, J, Gross, M, Kolakoski, N. Guyott, J. Wagenbach, J, Horton, S, Barton, j P, Childs, E. Blasko. SECOND ROW: J. Bray, E. Lewis, D. Alviani, B. Ennis, B. Heath, S. Smith, B, A. Rodzwell, E. Lachman, C, Eloge, | P. Mitchell, V; Cuddeback, P, Kelley. THIRD ROW: S. Livermore, S. Woodard, D. Kinder, J. Millar, C. Ryznic, B. Koester, M. Tilley, R. I Taylor, P. Shumway, J. Millar, A. Homme, D. Aldrich. FOURTH ROW: L. Lynch, J. Hemenway, M. Wilson, M. Ball, L. Vlach, M. Owen, N. Crowley, J. Jacque, N. Russell, S. Horton, P. Newell, P. Karch, S. Nanartonis, K. Newton, B. Hebert, L. Turner, C. Beturney, i C. Wentworth. PEP CLUB The primary aim of the Pep Club is to raise funds to help finance buses to all away football and basketball games. By reducing the cost of transportation it is hoped more students will be encouraged to attend away games and boost school spirit. The main money-making project is the operation of the refreshment stand at all home football games. To improve school spirit, the Pep Club also sponsors the Booster Day Parade and Bonfire. This stimulates competition between classes and encourages student participation in school activities. Mr. Eddy is the advisor with Nancy Guyott serving as President, Laurie Slobody as Vice President, and Jane Wagenbach as Secretary ' . 86 ART CLUB The Art Club, under the direction of Mrs. Schwartz, utilizes the talent of those interested in art to furnish service posters, placed throughout the school. The club sponsored a movie for the town, Lust for Life, the story of Van Gogh. An outdoor art fair was also planned for the spring. There were sketching trips, and also the club visited art museums in the locality. In addition, the club planned a visit to the art museums in New York City in the spring. FIRST ROW: Mr. Cox, B. Colby, P. Beaumont, E. Nelson, Miss Dovner. SECOND ROW: B. King, I. Fairbairn, R. Livingston, T. Oliver, D. Drew. FIRST ROW: C. Williams, P. Williams, S. Latham. SECOND ROW: J. Wick, Mrs. Schwartz, R. Bleckwehl, C. Stoddard, D. Drew, S. Snape, M. Robinson, B. Crossmon. THIRD ROW: F. Johannson, J. Harwick. CHESS CLUB The Chess Club is a relatively new organization whose advisor is Mr. Cox. Co-presidents are Eric Nelson and Philip Beaumont. During the meetings this year the club has held chess tournaments. It also planned various other activities for the year, including a school dance in the spring. 87 LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Knightly, D. Berglund, P. Joy, J. Parkinson, R. Jeffrey, V. Bohdonaw, A. Jacque. LUNCHROOM PATROL The Lunch Room Patrol is another new organization established by Mr. Langlois this year. The Lunch Room Patrol is a group which serv ' es as lunchroom monitors and maintains order during the lunch periods. ASSEMBLY ADVISORY COMMITTEE The Assembly Advisory Committee is a new organization, organized this year by Mr. Langlois. This committee was organized in order to improve the caliber of as- semblies and to plan assemblies in a wider range of areas, such as music and science as- semblies. LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Mangels, T. Rice, L. Brown, D. Ives. 88 FIRST ROW: J. Quint, J. Richardson, S. Neet, C. Linnell. SECOND ROW: C. Bastow, C. Floge, K. Zak, B. Heath, J. Horton. THIRD ROW: M. Wagner, A. Weeks, D. Seaver, H. Hull, E. Ives, A. Homme. FOURTH ROW: B. King, B. Colby, D. Drew, ' ' Xh Poole. R. Burglund, R. Burnett. CHORUS This year’s chorus, numbering about 22 voices, sang at both the Christmas assembly and the graduation exercises. In addition, choral and chamber music performances were given at both the winter and spring concerts. 89 FIRST ROW: M. Mulholland, G. Dittfach, M. Wilson, C. Fawkner, T. Drake, E. Hosford, F. lantosca. SECOND ROW: R. Livingston, C. Lenninger, D. Ives, R. Houghton, K. Zak, J. Mangels. THIRD ROW: Mr. Goss, A. Partridge, C. Connor, R. Loomis, W. Poole, R. Moreau. EOURTH ROW: R. Knightly, E. Perriello, J. Boicourt, S. Morin, M. Wagner. BAND The band played at all the football games during the fall, as well as for occasional school assemblies during the year. As in previous years, music was provided for the Town Fair in the spring by the band. 90 FIRST ROW: M. Wilson, C. Fawkner, M. Wagner, J. Perhonis. SECOND ROW: R, Livingston, D. Ives, R. Loomis, W. Poole, R. Moreau. THIRD ROW: S. Morin, E. Perriello. PEP BAND The Pep Band, a student-run organization directed this year by Charlie Fawkner, a clarinetist, provided music for pep rallies and assemblies during the year and played at the bas- ketball games. 91 FIRST ROW: M. Wilson, C. Fawkner, J. Winston, L. Brown, J. Richardson, E. Hosford. SECOND ROW: D. Ives, M. Wagner, R. Moreau, K. Zak, E. Brown. THIRD ROW: E. Perriello. ORCHESTRA The orchestra, comprised of 14 students, provided music for the Christmas assembly program and for the graduation exercises. In addition, the high school- community orchestra continued its successful career, presenting a winter and a spring concert. The feature attraction of the winter concert was the Amherst premier performance of a piece entitled Pastorale, composed by Mr. Elliott Schwartz of the music department at the University. Marsha Wagner, bassoonist, was the featured soloist at the spring concert, performing the Mozart Concerto for Bassoon and Orchestra. Several orchestra members played in the Western Massachusetts District Orchestra and in the All-State Orchestra, in addition to holding first-chair positions in the Springfield Symphony Youth Orchestra. 92 J. Quint, L. Brown, M. Wagner, J. Winston J. Richardson, J. Quint, K. Zalc CHAMBER MUSIC ENSEMBLES Again this year students with unusual interest and ability in music were involved in various small ensemble groups . . . duets, trios, and other groups . . . performing music of the standard literature from 1600 to the present. Among other works played was a piece composed by Mr. Goss for violin, horn and piano which received its premier performance at the spring concert. C. Fawkner, R. Burglund, M. Wagner 93 INFORMALS Has anybody seen a Japanese dictionary? You’re kidding! Not macaroni and cheese again ! Didn’t you forget something, Barb? Write the answer on your shirt cuff. 94 These hills get steeper every day. We’re college material ! No, you can’t have a bite ! Wake up, Tom — more blood ! 95 A WORD ON SHADOWS 97 100 In it lies the meaning of what we learn and what we experience. 101 GOLD BUG STAFF CO-EDITORS: Elinor Ives and Ralph Timberlake. ADVISORS: Miss Eurgeson and Mrs. Kownslar. EACULTY CO-EDITORS: Janice Richardson and Elaine Perriello„ BUSINESS MANAGERS: Phil Beaumont and Pat Mitchell. SENIORS: SEATED: Elizabeth Lachman, Libby Lewis (co-editor), Sara LaClaire. STANDING: Mary Jane Moreau, Heather Bastow. NOT PICTURED: Sarah Livermore (Co-editor). 103 UNDERCLASSMEN EDITOR: Cindy Williams. 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