Amherst Regional High School - Goldbug Yearbook (Amherst, MA)
- Class of 1964
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Amherst Regional High School Library property of ARvJHS f7 0 L V 1964 B U f jihllsheJ Eij aMWERerRE ONAL HfGW SCROOL Uassitcktsetfe fN UEMORW The members of the graduating class of A.R.H.S. feel that it is both fitting and proper to include John F. Kennedy in this year’s " Spirit” Gold Bug, because he, possibly more than any other man, best exemplified the feeling of Spirit. Not only did be embody, as our President, the spirit of freedom, strength, courage and conviction that form so great a part of our heritage, but he was also an inspiring example of the spirit of youth and exploration. Perhaps his visit to Amherst, only a few short weeks before his young life was so senselessly taken, has made us feel even closer to him than we have a right to feel. But whether or not this is true, we of Amherst will not soon forget the mysterious glow that surrounded him; a glow, which, we would like to think, was his Spirit. JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY 35th PRESIDENT 1917-1963 p A C U L T Y 5 To the Class of ’64 May you grow in friendliness as you have been friendly here; for the world needs this attribute more than any other. May your aims be high, and may your aspirations be fulfilled; for the future of the world has no great promise if our youth aspire only to that which is common and vulgar. May the enthusiasm and energy you showed here be undiminished in the years ahead; for the world needs an intense, alert people if mankind is to be preserved. P. Langlois 6 MR. ROBERT CONNER Industrial Arts. Mech. Drawing The King ' s College. B.A.; Univ. of Penn.. Master ' s Equiv. MR. KENNETH R. CAOUETTE Typing, Business Arith., Office Mach- ines, Bookkeeping I and II Gonzaga U n i v.. B.S., M.A. MISS NANCY M. BARHITE History Middlebury College, B.A.; Wesleyan Univ., M.A.T. MR. JOHN COX English American Interna- ional College, B.A. Mr. John Cox Mrs. Shirley Dumont Mrs. Alice Epstein Miss Eleanor C. Fillmore MISS ELEANOR C. FILLMORE Assistant Principal, Guidance Counselor Univ. of Mass.. B.S., M.S. MISS ELIZABETH FOLEY Typing, Shorthand. Transcription Salem State College. B.S.Ed.; Boston Univ., M.S.Ed. Miss Elizabeth Foley Mr. Irwin Goodchild Mr. Douglas P. Grutchfield MR. IRWIN GOODCHILD Mathematics University of Mass.. B.B.A., B.S. MR. DOUGLAS P. GRUTCHFIELD Driver Education. Physical Education University of Mass., B.S. MR. DAVID HARTWELL German University of Mass., B.A. Biology Clark Univ., B.A., M.A.; Fellowship Grant for Ph.D. MR. ALFRED JACOBS Music Lowell Tea cher’s College; Boston University; Heart School of Music; Lamson School of Music; Westfield State Teacher’s Col- lege MR. JOHN MAGGS Instrumental Music University of Mass., B.A. MR. HOLLIS MOORE Industrial Arts, Mechanical Draw- ing Fitchburg State Col- lege, B.S.Ed. Mr. Daniel W. Murphy MR. DANIEL W. MURPHY French Tufts University, B.A. MR. ARTHUR L. SWIFT Chemistry University of Mass.. B.S.; N.S.F. In- stitute; Robert Frost Chair Mrs. Gladys Jenks MRS. GLADYS JENKS Secretary 16 CLAQQ OFHCERe ’64 Jane Wagenbach Secretary, Happy Hull — Treasurer, Laurie Slobody — Vice-President, and John Perhonis — President 20 NANCY C. BEATTIE College Nanc " Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit.” Tri-S 2, 3; French Club 3. CAROL A. BETURNEY College Carol " Just bubbling over with fun and foolish- ness.” Student Council 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Cheer- leaders 2, 3, Captain; Future Teachers 2; Pep Club 2, 3; Basketball 1; Volleyball 1. Diana J. Battistoni i Nancy C. Beattie Carol Ann Beturney JOAN W. BIENIEK College Joanie " She moves like a goddess, and she looks like a queen.” " If she knows an evil thought, she speaks, no evil word.” Student Council 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Vice-Presi- dent; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2; Student Patrol 3. AFS Club 2; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; French Club 3; Pro Merito; Basketball 1, 2; Badminton 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 3; Orchestra 1; Band 1; Biology Club 1; Chemistry Club 3; Goldbug 3, Edi- tor. ROBIN N. BLECKWEHL College 22 Amnerst Reg. h. . Library, Aninaisi, iviA RICHARD BOOTH Colle ge Dicic " Not too loud to be annoying, not too quiet to he boring.” Mardiing Band 3; Concert Band 3; Or- chestra 3; French Club 3; Goldbug 3; Tennis 3; A.F.S. 1, 3; Chemistry Club 3. TIMOTHY L. BOSWORTH Woric Tim " Good sense and good nature must ever join. " Timothy L. Bosworth BRUCE BOWNE Undecided Bruce " A likable lad with lots of surprises. " DAVID EDWARD BOYDEN College Dave " Wit and wisdom are born wih a man. " Student Council 1; Pro Merito 3, Vice-Presi- dent; Student Patrol 1, 3. David Edward Boyden HERBERT BRADLEY Service Herb " Men of few words are the best men. " SHIRLEY ANN BRITT School Shirley " Softly speak and sweetly smile.” Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 3. Picture Not Available Herbert Bradley Shirley Ann Britt 23 DIANNA CAPEN Nursing School Diane " Great thoughts come from the heart.” Nurses Club 1, 2, 3. ARTHUR H. CASHIN III College Art " He’s an athletic boy — your hopes in him he’ll not destroy.” Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3; French Club 1; Gold- bug 3; Leader ' s Club 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt.; Weight Lifting 2, 3; Ski Club; Chemistry Club 3; Swimming Team 2; Outing Club 3. THOMAS CAVANAUGH Undecided Tom " Not too serious, not too gay, hut a jolly fellow when it comes to play.” EILEEN CEMBALISTY College Eileen " A girl of foolishness, a girl of fun, a lot of laughs and a task well done.” Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Art Club 2, 3; Chorus 3; Volleyball 3; Badminton 1, 2, 3; Tennis 3; Softball 3; Ski Club 3; Chemistry Club. JOHN S. COOK Joanne Ruth Crooker R. Westbye Cutting Virginia Dihlman College John " Arl is the gift of God and must be used unto his glory.” Chorus 1; Drama 1; Leader ' s Club 3. JOANNE RUTH CROOKER College Joanne " All men see the same objects, but do not equally understand them. Intelligence is the tongue that -discerns and tastes them.” Concert Band 1; Orchestra 1; French Club 3; Goldbug 3; Pro Merito; Girls’ Basketball 1, 2; Volleyball 3; Biology Club 1; Club Council 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Badminton 2, 3; Chemistry Club 3. John S. Cook NANCY CROWLEY Nancy " There’s a little angel in her smile, hut a little devil in her eyes.” Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Future Nurses Club 2, 3; Graphic 3; Goldbug 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3. R. WESTBYE CUTTING " Cleverness is the first step t mischief.” Band 1; Baseball 1; Chorus 3; Orchestra 1; Outing Club 2, 3; Science Club 2; Rod and Gun Club 2, 3; Ski Team 1, 3; Pro- jectionist Club 2, 3. WILLIAM DANDELSKI Undecided Wee Willie " Above all else, to thy own self be true.” VIRGINIA DIHLMAN Work Ginny " A good heart is worth gold.” Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Softball 1. 25 Picture Not Available JUDY P. GARVEY College Judy " A calm smile shows a mind at ease. " Tri-S 1, 2, 3; French Club 2; Future Nurses 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Softball 1, 3. MURRAY GOODHIND Work Stomper M. " Sometimes quiet, sometimes shy, but the rest of the time — oh my.” Murray Goodhind MARIA GRANDONICO College Grandy " Kindness adds sweetness to everything. " Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 3. JUDITH A. GROSS Unknown Judy " A face with gladness over spread; soft smiles by human kindness bred. " Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Badminton 2, 3; Volleyball 2; Softball 3. Judy P. Garvey SUSAN HAMMEL Work Sue " As happy as the daisies that dance.” MARILYN HANKS College Marilyn " With merry making eyes and smiles.” Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses 3. Marilyn Hanks LINDA JOSEPHINE HARRIS College Linda " She certainly has a ivinning way; she always has something nice to say.” Tri-S; Art Club 1; Badminton 1; Softball 1. MICHAEL D. HAYDEN College Mike " We find some kindness, friendship and honor in most people; but rarely do we find so much in one.” Student Council 2, 3, Pres.; Goldbug 3, Edi- tor; Leaders Club 3; Football 2; Student Patrol 3. Michael D. Hayden BEVERLY HEBERT College Bev " And violets, transformed to eyes, inshrined a soul within their blue.” Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Cheerleaders 1; Future Nurses 2; Future Teachers 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Badminton 1; Volleyball 2; Softball 1. JEAN HORTON Work Jeanie " Beautiful eyes are those that show beauti- ful thoughts.” Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Chorus 2; Drama Club 1; Assembly Committees; Bas- ketball Manager 1. Jean Horton ' 29 Vi FREDERICK EARLE JOHANSSON College Fred " A good natured hoy is ivelcome in any company.” PETER JOHNSON College P.ete " He is always laughing for he has infinite of wit.” Photography Club; Science Club 1, 2; Outing Club 1, 2, 3; Chemistry Club 2; Ski Team 1, 2, 3; Cross Country 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Football 1; Literary Club 1, 2. Peter Johnson EDWARD A. KEENE College Ed " He is jolly and full of fun; he laughs and jokes till the day is done.” PATRICIA M. KELLEY College Pat " A heart of gold with a smile to match.” Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers Club 2, 3; Freshman Drama Club 1. Patricia M. Kelley ELEANOR KELLOGG Work El " lore tranquil solitude and such society as is quiet, wise and good.” Tri-S 1, 2, 3. JAMES EDWARD KIERAS College Jim " The mildest manners, with the bravest mind,” Art Club 2; Graphic 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Football 2, 3; Leaders’ Club 3; Goldbug 3. James Edward Kieras Eleanor Kellogg Frederick Earle Johansson 31 Timothy McCannon ELIZABETH MARCH College Liddy " She looks like an angel, she acts like ' one too, but you never can tell what an angel might do.” Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Badminton 1, 2, 3. PRISCILLA MAY College Pril " A day is which we have not laughed is a day wasted!’ Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Thespians 1, 2, 3; Chemistry Club 3; Future Nurses 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3. TIMOTHY McCANNON Work Tim " So of cheerfulness or a good te?nper, the more of it is spent, the more it remains!’ Basketball 1, 3. CAROL R. MUSANTE Marriage Marky " To say what you think, and not what another has thought for you is a step towards a re- markable woman!’ Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses 2, 3; Volleyball 3. SHARON E. NANARTONIS College Sharie " A cheerful temper joined with good sense will make beauty attractive, knowledge de- lightful, and wit — good natured!’ Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Tennis 3; Club Council 3; Chemistry Club 3; Art Club 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 3; Cheerleaders 1, 2; Goldbug 3, Editor; Graphic 1, 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief. PATRICIA L. NEWELL Nursing School Patsy " The only way to have a friend is to be one!’ Biology Club 1; Pep Club 2, 3; Future Nurses 1, 2, 3; Thespians 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1; Chorus 1. Priscilla May JULIE L. NEWTON Julie L. Newton Marjorie A. Owen Elinor Pierce Leonard H. Pratt 35 GARY M. ROSEN College Gac " Strong in character, strong in mind. " Audio Visual 2, 3; Track 2, 3; AFS 2, 3; Pro Merito; Outing Club 3; Basketball 3; French Club 3. EDWARD H. RUSSELL College Mr. Ed " Wit, now and then struck smartly, shows a spark. " MADELINE C. RUSSELL College Carol " Her very frowns are fairer far than smiles of other maidens are!’ Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers 1, 2, 3; Soft- ball 1, 2. ROBERT SEARLE Navy Bob " Happy-go-lucky in his trend!’ Madeline Carol Russell Robert Searle MITSUKAZU SHIBO College Mitsy " He ' ll be successful in any land. He holds his future well in hand!’ AFS Club 3; Student Council 3; Outing Club DAVID SIERUTA Undecided Scooter " Everything comes to him who waits, so why hurry?” Mitsukazu Shibo David Sieruta 37 SALLY SNEDECOR College Sally " A constant friend is a thing rare and hard to find.” Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Club Council 1; Future Teachers 3; Thespians 2, 3; Biology Club 1; Freshman Drama 1; Goldbug 3. RONALD H. SPARKS Work Sparkle " In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength.” Sally Snedecor CRISTEL SIGAFOOS College Chris " She was as good as she was fair.” Book Club 2; Phonix 1, 2; Film Club 2. SUZANNE SIMMONS College suzie " As beautiful as apple blossoms, as fresh as a rose” Tri-S 3; Chorus 3; Goldbug 3; Jr. Red Cross 1, 2; Senior Prom Publicity Chairman 2; Pep Club 1, 2. LAURIE SLOBODY College Laurie " Always her motto excel, she does all things and does them well.” Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Club Council 1, 3; Future Teachers 1, 2; Goldbug Co-Editor 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, President; Pro Merito; Fresh- man Drama Club 1, President; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Class Vice-President 2, 3. SYLVIA J. SNAPE College syl A pretty girl of the red-haired type, with eyes that shine like stars of night. " Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Thespians 2, 3; Drama Club 1; Club Council 1. Suzanne Simmons Sylvia J. Snape Cristel Sigafoos Laurie Slobody Ronald H. Sparks STEPHEN P. STANITIS College Steve " A quiet man, a cheerful smile, a boy who is a friend worthwhile. " Graphic 1; Leaders Club 3. JOHN STANLEY Work Johnny " Often the greatest talent lies unseen. " John Stanley RICHARD STEVENS College Dick " Success is the reward for all toil. " Cross Country 2, 3; Track 2, 3; Student Patrol 3. CYNTHIA STODDARD College Cindy " Every artist dips his brush into his own soul and paints it on a canvas. " Art Club 1, 2, 3; AFS 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Club Council 1, 2, 3; Chemistry 3. Cynthia Stoddard MARSHALL STOWELL Air Force Slim " A silent tongue and a free hean are the most admirable of qualities. " PAULA SWENSON College Paula " A happy girl with a cheerful heart. " Drama Club 1; Future Teachers 2, 3; Graphic 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Goldbug 3. Stephen P. Stanitis Marshall Stowell Paula Swenson 39 GREGORY L. TAYLOR College Greg " Happy, thoughtful, friendly, and true, there is never a favor he will not do. " Basketball 2, 3; Graphic 1, 2; Pep Club 3; Leaders Club 3. BRIAN W. THOMPSON College Brian " A loyal companion, an excellent friend, an earnest worker, and true to the end. " Student Council 3; Club Council 3; Elec- tronics Club 3; Graphic 1, 3; Leaders Club 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 3; Golf Club 2, 3; Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3; Student Patrol 3; Drama Club 1; Goldbug 3. Gregory L. Taylor RUTH M. TILLEY College Monique " A true friend and a helper. " Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1; Chorus 3; Thespians 2, 3; Future Teachers 1, 2; Pep Club 2; Goldbug 3. LINDA G. TURNER College " In her tongue is the law of kindness.’ Linda Tri-S 1 , 2, 3 ; Cheerleaders 2, 3; Future Teachers 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Goldbug 3. RICHARD J. VINCENT College Dick " Mighty nice, mighty wise, fun just twinkles in his eyes.” Audio-Visual 3; Electronics 3; Graphic 3; Golf Team 2, 3; Chemistry Club 3; Goldbug LOUISE T. VLACH Work I.OU Full of laughter, full of pep, never quiet that’s her rep. " Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1; School Patrol 1; Goldbug Co-Editor 3- Brian W. Thompson Linda G. Turner Louise T. Vlach JANE WAGENBACH Jane Wagenbach College Jane " Quiet, hut pleasant to know.” Class Secretary 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Graphic 1; Drama 1; Chemistry Club 3; Future Nurses 1, 2, 3; Goldbug 3. MARSHA WAGNER College Mash " We are the music-makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams.” AFS 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Concert Band 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Chamber Music 1, 2, 3; Club Council 1, 2, 3; French Club 1, 3; Graphic 3; Pro Merito; Biology Club 1. PATRICIA WARREN Undecided Pat " Kindness is the golden chain by which so- ciety is bound together.” Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses 1. LORRAINE WEAVER Work Lorraine " Sincerity and truth are the basis for every virtue.” Tri-S 1, 2, 3. DANIEL S. WEIR College Danny " In the Lord I put my trust.” Audio-Visual 2; French Club 1, 3; Drama Club 1; Thespians 2, 3; Pep Club 1; Bi- ology Club 1; Chemistry Club 3; Graphic 1; Cheerleader 2; Chorus 1; Marching Band 3; Pep Band 3. WARREN W. WELCOME College Warren " An upright, downright, honest hoy.” 41 Christopher X. Williams John Wentworth PHOEBE L. WILLIAMS College Phoebe " Neatness and beauty are the crowning graces of womanhood. " Student Council 1, 2, 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; French Club 1; Graphic 1, 2; Pro Merito; Thespians 2, 3; Chemistry Club 3. ALAN P. WOODARD Trade School Wood " Have more than thou showest — speak less than thou knowest. " Sharyn A. Wentworth SHARYN A. WENTWORTH Undecided Sherry " Her quiet manners conceal a radiant spirit. " Library Assistant 1, 2, 3; Club Council 3; Goldbug 3. CHRISTOPHER X. WILLIAMS Work Chris " The victor is he who can go it alone. " Cross Country 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; French Club 3; Outing Club 3; AFS 2, 3; Studenl Council 2; Drama 1, 2, 3. FIRST ROW; E. Adair, D. Aldrich, L. DuBois, D. Alviani, C. Bastow, C. Dusch, S. Fairbairn, A. Agard, C. Bond, P. Brogan. SECOND ROW: L. Brown, J. Brown, J. Carhart, T. Colby, P. Colvin, S. Couch, W. Cushman, R. Davis, j S. Davis, G. Doherty. THIRD ROW: S. Chase, L. Durgin, W. Ezbicki, R. Bias, C. Czerwonka, M. Ball, J. Bray, B. Cunningham. FOURTH ROW: D. Dunbar, S. Blinn, J. Boicourt, R. Berglund, G. Aldrich. FIRST ROW; J. Farley, M. Foose, J. Fuller, J. Gillmore, D. Glazier, J. Griaff, H, Greeley, J. Grow, J. Hall. SECOND ROW: B. Hawthorne, B. Harris, L. Heath, J. Hemenway, A. Holzhauer, S. Hopkins, B. Horne, E. Hosford, J. Howard. THIRD ROW; E. Hunsberger, F. lantosca, D. Ives, B. Jacque, J. Jacque, K. Jacque, S. Janse, P. Johansson. FOURTH ROW: L. Johnson, N. Kaminski, P. Karch, B. Jones, J. King, W. Kellogg, J. Kirley, S. King, D. Kinder. 47 FIRST ROW: E. Kopec, J. Kucinski, L. Kuzmeski, L. LaClaire, J. Langland, D. Lashway, K. Lashway, F. Ledoyt, C. Leininger, T. Lindsey. SECOND ROW: M. Loven, D. Lucas, P. MacConnell, S. Maslanka, J. Matusko, K. McCannon, B. McCarter, K. McGrath, H. Michelson, J. Millar. THIRD ROW: T. Mitchell, R. Morrissey, M. Mulholland, K. Murphy, A. Musgrave, S. Paige, J. Parkinson, R. Patterson. FOURTH ROW: C. Pippert, J. Pray, W. Cook, D. Puffer, P. Petrizzo. FIRST ROW: ' J. Punska, R. Punska, S. Richards, C. Roberts, E. Rodgers, N. Russell, C. Ryznic, T. Schmitt, S. Scott, M. Searle. SECOND ROW: D. Seaver, D. Seymour, E. Shaw, A. Shumway, M. Slocum, J. Smith, P. Smith, R. Smith, C. Scbala, S. Neylon. THIRD ROW; L. Willson, P. Surrey, D. Taylor, H. Tidlund, A. Vassallo, E. Watson, J. Wexler, S. Ulrich, P. Zunic, C. Tymkoviche. FOURTH ROW: E. Spence, M. Strong, R. Wojtowicz, A. Torrey, G. Woodard, J. Paczkowski, L. Williams, L. Williams, J. Zak. OACC OmCERS ' 66 iiiiii Liz Cuddeback — Treasurer, Carolyn Ives — Secretary, Debby Glazier — Vice-President and Michael Hassan — President 49 I FIRST ROW: P. Elko, M. Andrews, S. Bacon, C. Baldwin, L. Ball, L. Bartus, M. Bates, G. Bentley, P. Black, N. Fabian. SECOND ROW: D. Bleckwehl, C. Bokun, M. Boyden, M. Bruce, D. Brown, D. Buzicky, M. Callahan, B. Campbell, B. Campbell, W. Cashin. THIRD ROW: R. Clark. R. Colburn, A. Colby, G. Collins, J. Crooker, J. Crossman, E. Cuddeback, F. deFriesse. FOURTH ROW: D. Deluca, J. Durgin, M. Chisholm, G. Freeman, M. Euerson. FIRST ROW: A. Garvey, P. Gervickas, D. Glazier, D. Glazier, B. Gnospelius, S. Godsell, G. Gould, R. Greanier, D. Griffin, J. Hanks. SECOND ROW: M. Hassan, P. Hilton. D. Hulsey, C. Ives, P. Jacob, A. Jewett, D. Jones, M. Judge. THIRD ROW: T. Keedy, A. Kelly, M. Kenney, P. Keyser, C. Kosloski, J. Kusuda, P. Kusmeski, L. Lamsa. FOURTH ROW: D. Harris, E. Langland, S. Likens, E. Fairbairn, M. Kaslauskas. 50 V M 1 FIRST ROW; D. Marsden, A. Marx, K. Mathieson, D. Maxson, K. May, A. McCarter, E. McCullough, " G. Meakim, J. Miazga, S. Mientka. SECOND ROW: C. Livermore, S. Moreau, I. Nelson, C. Robitaille, J. Ostrowski, M. Page, R. Pells, J. Pemberton, J. Peppard, S. Russell. THIRD ROW; C. Rogers, C. Pierce, C. Potter, A. Ramirez, J. RaskeVitz, C. Rice, T. Rice, C. Roberts, L. Robinson, C. Sacco. EOURTH ROW: P. Newell, E. Roetter, E. Russell, V. Eleming. EIRST ROW: N. Woodfork, L. Wright, G. Whipple, L. Winship, B. Wood, S. Williams, C. Wilson, L. McPherson SECOND ROW: L. Sacco, M. Schwartz, M. Sepanek, L. Sieruta, E. Sikop, S. Simmons, S. Simmons, K. Smyth, J Snape, C. Sparks. THIRD ROW: C. Stevens, N. Stowell, J. Suhl, L. Suprenant, W. Swartsbough, J. Tenney, B Shumway, S. Mitchell, H. Thornton, A. Tidlund. FOL ' RTH ROW: P. Torrey, L. Tulenko, E. Tyler, R. Vallee, H Vernell, K. Vlach, C. Wagner, J. Warner, R. Walker, D. Waskiewicz. FIFTH ROW: G. Hawthorne, F. Leigh, R. Woo S. Rogowski, J. Zwinakis, K. Wisn i, C. Wilson, T. Osborne, P. Week, R. Watson, R. Whittemore, G., Woodard SI FIRST ROW: Barton Drake, Edward Kacinski, Roger Jacque, Co-Capt. Arthur Cashin, and Roy Jeffrey, Marc Fifield, Milton Jackson, Dick Wright. SECOND ROW: James Boicourt, Robert Bergland, Donald Lucas, Judd Carhart, Tim Schmitt, Donald Ives, Gary Dourty, James Parkinson, Robert Smith, Manager. THIRD ROW: Peter Smith, Andy Stewett, August Tidland, Mike Hassen, Richard Buzicky, Craig Wilson, Chandlar Atkins, Gary Robatille, Peter Rodgers, Manager. FOURTH ROW: Barry McCarter, John Kucinski, Joe Langland, Robert Woo, Charles Bokun, Calvin Potter, Lincoln Williams, Joe Punska. Steven Simmons, Manager. FIFTH ROW: James Kieras, Trainer. Harold Ryder. Line Coach. John Cox, Line Coach, Charles Abramson, Head Coach. The 1963 Amherst Regional High School Football Team finished the season with 3-4 record. The Hurricanes played well throughout the season, but had a few bad breaks, starting with Jim Parkinson’s injury in the Marhar game, and later with Roger Jacques’s injury in the Frontier Game. This left the team weaker in the backfield, and much thinner in the line. After a crushing defeat at the hands of South Hadley, the ’Canes snapped back and barely missed tying for 1st place in the league. OPPONENT Ware Mahar Arms Acadamy Frontier . South Hadley Pioneer Mt. Greylock . AMHERST 12 16 6 32 30 6 14 6 46 0 8 22 12 8 54 FIRST ROW: James Smith, Ronny Bias, Tim Bosworth, Brian Thompson, Jim Parkinson, Gary Doherty. SECOND ROW; Ed Russell, manager, Tom Osborne, Laurie Robitaille, Greg Taylor, coach, Doug Grutchfield, Tom Carney, Dave Marsden, Mike Hasson, Ronald Houghton, manager. The Cain’s ended a good season with a 14-5 record. The team had its troubles at the beginning of the season, losing to Northampton, Hopkins, and South Hadley, each by less than 5 points. Then they came back and won all the remaining games except two. The Cain’s tied Smith Acade- my for second place in the Hampshire league. Brian Thompson, in his first year as a varsity starter, managed to obtain high scoring and rebounding honors. Capt. Tim Bosworth ran a close second in these categories. Ware . Amherst 24 30 Athol . 45 52 Northampton . .. 66 55 Agawam 57 68 Easthampton 59 62 Hopkins 57 55 South Hadley .. . 58 52 Frontier 47 62 St. Michaels . 47 62 Pioneer 45 72 Smith 42 50 Arms .. 66 73 I lopkins - . 50 55 South Hadley 61 46 Frontier 57 61 St. Michaels 61 69 Pioneer .36 80 Smith .60 36 Arms 47 80 FIRST ROW: Tom Carney, Craig Wilson, Joe Langland, Jerry Mirliani. SECOND ROW: Tom Osborne, Dave Marsden, Bob Whittemore, Malcolm Chisholm. THIRD ROW: Laurie Robitaille, Bob Pelis, Mike Hassen, Dick Buzicky. Athol . . Amherst 52 45 Northampton 54 50 Agawam 75 37 Easthampton 65 47 Hopkins 53 34 South Hadley - -55 50 Frontier . 52 50 St. Michaels . -38 51 Pioneer — 38 4S Smith Arms . Hopkins South Hadley Frontier St. Michaels . Pioneer Smith Arms Amherst vs. Agawam Amherst vs. Frontier JUNIOR CROSS-COUrJTRY FIRST ROW: Alan Colby, Phillip Torrey, Charles Stevens, Don Griffin. SECOND ROW: Chris Williams, Tim Bosworth, Peter Johanson, Tom Rice, Jim Smith. THIRD ROW: Peter Dahlquist, Jon Gage, Coach Doug Crutchfield, Myron Robinson, Dick Stevens. This year the cross-country team had another successful season under the leadership of Coach Doug Crutchfield. Dick Stevens paced the Hurricane runners by placing first in all meets and shattering many records. Myron Robinson, Tim Bosworth, Phil Torrey and Tom Rice gave the team plenty of strength. The Canes ended with a 9-0 record. 59 track:. FIRST ROW: J. Gage, B. Pool, B. Colby, A. Cashin, D. Stevens. SECOND ROW: J. Smith, R. Loomis, G. Rosen, T. Mitchel, J. Langland. THIRD ROW: J. Boicourt, M. Lawrence, D. Ives, J. King, 13. Drake. FOURTH ROW: G. Johnson, T. Bosworth, P. Dahlquist, W. Ezbicki, S. Janse. FIFTH ROW: Coach Crutchfield. Amherst Opponents 63 I lolyoke 54 611 2 East Longmeadow 551 2 581 2 Longmeadow 581 2 61 South Hadley 56 61 Agawam .. 56 65 Athol . . .52 621 2 Frontier 541 2 85 Northampton .. . .32 2nd Western Mass Tournament The TRACK HURRICANES blew through their 1963 season undefeated, which was the best record ever compiled by an Am- herst track team. The team was led by Pete Johnson, who scored more than 100 points. Other boys with high scores were Bart Drake, Paul Joy, and Art Cashin. New records were set in pole vault by Pete Johnson, high jump by Tim Bosworth, high hurdles by Paul Joy, mile by Dick Ste- vens, 440 by Art Cashin, half mile by Myron Robinson; both Dick and Myron placed first at the Western Massachusetts Tournament with Dick setting a new record. Other steady performers were Bruce Colby and Jim Boi- court. 60 Much of the credit for our fine record must go to our great coach Doug Crutchfield and assistant Don Drew. We are looking forward to another great season in 1964 with most of the lettermen returning. Track seniors in 1964: PETE JOHNSON DICK STEVENS BARTON DRAKE ARTHUR CASHIN TIM BOSWORTH BASEBALL FRONT ROW: Manager V. Basil, W. Zumbruski, W. Russel, A. Jacque, P. Joy, N. Woodfork, V. Bohdonaw, B. King. SECOND ROW: M. Holden, G. Doherty, J, Parkinson, T. Schmitt, T. Carney, R. Lovell, P. Smith, E. Spence. THIRD ROW: Coach Charles Ahramson, G. Rohitaille, S. Paige, C. Atkins, J. Gilmore, D. Glazer, Coach Paul Caouette. SCORES Amherst 3 Northampton . 0 Amherst 2 Springfield Commerce 0 Amherst 3 Brattleboro 1 Amherst 3 Hopkins 1 Amherst 5 Arms . 12 Amherst 0 Frontier 7 Amherst 13 Pioneer 0 Amherst 18 Smith . 1 Amherst 3 St. Michael’s 1 Amherst 5. Hopkins 6 Amherst 3 Arms 4 Amherst 2 Frontier 3 Amherst 7 Pioneer . 0 Amherst 10 Smith 1 Amherst 2 St. Michael’s 7 The ’63 ’Cane baseball team finished the season with a respectable 9-6 record, the team was sparked by the pitching of Bill Russell and Tom Thornton. Total runs scored for the season was 74 as opposed to the opponents’ 44 tallys. The baseball Canes posted an even 6-6 record in league play. 62 )nday afternoon, the Amherst as 2:8. Dimock has placf " ' onal High School track team V have an i record and ;hind the f rston (7-0 (3-0) and now V the Amhers has pulled through all gam out much trouble, althoug been one-point CANES TOP WARE 30-24 -- lal High School tracl eamJ Jhfi-Ji’ - ' --- TAttjrWO ® i.nrnw_ DnWfnr s nnint ; donow (10 unrow. Doktor’s points aiiu me broad I were all gathered in the javelin FOOTBAL RUNDOWN thol with a 2 and 2 record, le track season opened on a lote, as the Turners Falls team ;d 54 and one-sixth points to MHEKST REGIONAL HIGH BOYS’ BASKETBALL SCHEDl Lk 1963-1964 in WHICH mat piace in an event worth 5 points, second points, and third, or- tri-meet the st;- ' xcept that ' -WV V .1 assisted x ddy and Mr. Ooo ' - ,e‘ oase- I earnea. game squeezed out on top -iston and score, giving Hurston .. efforts ff victory. The Knocked out Brattu... or thi- ■ ner Beebe after four innings. Beebe later went to wide acclaim as the pitcher of a near-perfect one-hitter. Tha_T)PYt cramp, also a non- Coach I ginning of the ' team’s fate was in itchin I tr- o ' n M Z eT‘w“ en- I mormon ana nurs- eld •’ RBI’s from the In A Center Fielder Bill Telega, ate in thr ’Canes have had " ■’ heywillgotoBosto,,. y. ' .etition, They r °“rU Home Saturday, the Amherst K. iN . ' Opponent 6 So. Hadley Jam. :c. 13 Athol Ic. 20 Northampton 23 Agawam c. 27 Easthampton 3 Hopkins Academy 7 South Hadley jn. 10 Frontier Regional (n. 14 St. Michael’s ti. 17 Pioneer Regional n. 21 Smith Academy n. 24 Arms Academy jin. 28 Hopkins Academy fljn. 31 South Hadley 4 Frontier Regional 7 St. Michael’s rib. 11 Pioneer Regional b. 14 Smith Academy b. 18 Arms Acadocr " - adependent (t, Tuesday a ames will be I _ ir varsity gam ... wui stai t (le season, a combat 6:30 p.m. Varsity games will [cademy. tart at 8:00 p. KEY TACKLE ON 40 I Hursio.. afternoon ional High School football squad | Homo -iffered its first defeat at the hands | Awavf the Indians of Turners Falls area u Awav figh by a score of 15-6. The ARHS star area g. Home entered the game with I .. . ■ b-0 and 20-6 wins over Mount I ' ‘ ael s Thornton s pitching way.reyiock Regional and Frontier egional. Thus far, the Tea-- way to hi I that there is pitching s I the team. The hitting hi [ latively good this year, appear to have a stre I with Alan Jacque on F I Coe on Second, Vic Zui I Short and Tony Wask I Third. By present indications I Regional baseball [ forw-ard to another 1 I gue championship, an I otE— the Wes I ey crow I Am ' herst Oovrns Vlare 1 ... well at row at I victory for AmE varsity home game of o not ' hero, ' ilaced first in three events — 100, the 220, and the broad I (with a leap of 20 feet, 4 !S). He has also been the ’s leading scorer with an ac- nlation of 34 points as o 12 . r|Kar I Last Saturday’s game xurners Falls proved to a battle. It was prob- a test of strengfE was the def- fense, of 3 nor- ag th runner ■u three runner ed first, third, an erst center, d a brui urners uad met the .,ng at Community Turners Falls boys overpowered the ’Canes, :ing their w ' ay to a 7-0 victory. The outlook for success by this .n year’s ARHS football team is a Turne cautious one. This opinion was _.,ick, carried voiced by head coach Charles • . touchdowns am Abramson before the season’s .Hts. The one additional opening game with Ware. At the Poiiit came on a conversic present time Coach Abramson is Icaptain John Zywna. The 1 not overly optimistic about the ' herst score came on the f Hurricanes’ playing He is also of the fourth quarter wh. concerned about the lack of Warren charged across f depth in the backfield. Amherst will have a balanced The Amherst-Turners’ b attack of passing and running if •back, I iski ell at quarterbac I iie-nittej called ujion. At halfback | in a 4- Rozwenc, Val Bodonaw, mterest Dick Dowd, and Nubby ketba: have put in fine perfoi I over Finally, at fullback, Steve ' • ' a ' li the . ' am’s leading scor | s he has in pas ' th . h to charge almo. 5 -nosition. Lookiii d to torr I game, the . face a | challenger in ms squad. Before Coach ’s Corner Lucas. Don is a big guy and hf | uses his weight effectively, weighs 230. The two end spot: I are held down by All-League per I formers. Barton Drake and Roj I Jeffrey. Drake is one of the larg I est and strongest ends in th league. Amherst’s line is one ( the largest that the Canes hav I ever put on the field. (It aver I ages about 195 pounds, includinf I ends; and with a little work, thi f line may be one of the bettei | VOLlErBALL M A R 0 O N I T ROW 1: Nancy Stowell, Linda Robinson, Cheryl Sacco, Joanne Crooker, Joan Bieneck. ROW 2: Barb Kelly, Barb Wood, Pat Prusnal, Marcia Kolokoski, Bertha Fydenkevez. ROW 3: Margie Owen, Joyce Lyman, Ingrid Nelson, Liz Cuddeback, Eileen Cembalisty, Happy Hull. ROW 1; Betsy Rogers, Bev Horne. Charlene Ryznic, Sandy Chase, Sue Godsell. ROW 2 : Chris Pippert, Dori Shaw, Kathy McCannon, Mary Searle, Kathy Murphy. ROW 3: Pat Karch, Cheryl Sobala. The two Volleyball teams had a very successful season this year, losing only four games out of sixteen. At each meet two games were played by each team, each game, one half hour long. The Maroon team consisted mainly of Freshmen and Seniors, which created a surprisingly quick and co-ordinated, besides jovial, team. The White team was almost totally Juniors who found great support in Kathy Murphy’s spiking ability and in everyone’s deep-set serves. Maroon White Pioneer JV 13 37 W 13 34 W Pioneer V 21 26 W 16 19 W Turners JV 7 66 W 12 50 W Turners V 20 26 W 31 24 L Pioneer JV 32 28 L 17 50 W Pioneer V 38 16 L 25 30 W Turners JV 9 63 W 11 54 w Turners V 26 19 L 18 39 W 64 FIRST ROW: Kathy Murphy, Cindy Stoddard, Margie Owen, Mary Searle. SECOND ROW: Jenny Kirley, Happy Hull, Bertha Fyden, Marcia Mulholland. THIRD ROW: Linda Kuzmeski, Cheryl Roberts, Joyce Jackue, Dori Shaw, Charlene Ryznic. FOURTH ROW: Miss Lawson, Eileen Cembalisty, Sue Neylon, Lorraine DuBois, Kathy McCannon, Chris Pippert, Betsy Rogers, Judy Garvey, Marcia Kolakoski. Opponent Amherst Greenfield 18 26 Turners Falls 26 33 Williamsburg 18 28 So. Hadley . 28 50 Pioneer .19 33 Turners Falls 35 42 Hopkins __ 14 35 So. Hadley — 18 47 Pioneer 34 32 Williamsburg 16 30 Greenfield 20 39 Hopkins . 23 34 Frontier 27 34 Frontier — Mass. Class B State Tournament Canton, Mass. 61 37 12 WfMS - 2 LOSSES 66 1962-1964 WfSrORY The high point of the season was the team’s participation in the Second Annual Mass- achusetts Girls’ Basketball Championships at Canton, Mass., where they were defeated by Frontier Regional (who went on to win the Class II Championships). Frontier and Am- herst were the only teams from Western Massachusetts to compete. As seen in the " headlines” on the previous page, the team walked away with virtually an undefeated season, losing to Pioneer once by two points, and to Frontier in the tournament. Prior to the tournament, we met Frontier on home soil and beat them for the first time in many years; we were, in fact, the only team to beat them this year! Other interesting facts: A new ARHS total-score record was set by Kathy Murphy with a total of 240 points; a fantastic job, but quite believable after seeing her " spike” her shots from all over the court. Mary Searle is to be commended also, for her fine record of 164 points. In defense, Cindy Stoddard, Cheryl Roberts and Joyce Jacque were more than outstand- ing. Quite a few times, Joyce came through to score in her double role as both guard and forward. This year the team loses four three-year players: Cindy Stoddard, Bertha Fyden, Margie Owen, and Happy Hull. Although these four are going. Miss Lawson will have a veteran team next year . . . maybe good enough to win the tournament in 1965 ! Let’s hope so. Good luck to next year’s team ! " All right, all right ... if you win this game. I ' ll let you go barefoot in gym!” " Joanne, you look all fagged out!” fRL£’ J. V. RASkEmALL KNEELING: I. Nelson, J. Tenney, J. Gwozdz, N. Stowell, E. Cuddeback, S. Williams, L. Robinson, N. Woodfork. STANDING: J. Hemenway, J. Crooker, C. Sacco, P. Karch, N. Russell, J. Crossman, G. Collins, B. Kelly, B. Russell, K. Smyth, C. Rice. The Junior Varsity team had a very successful season — eleven wins, two losses. Cheryl Sacco was high scorer with 45 points, with Liz Cuddeback having a close second of 44 points. Two other players almost tied as far as points go. Gloria Collins had 24, and Judy Crossman had 23. (This is quite remarkable for Judy, because she is a guard!) On defense with Judy, and doing a mighty good job, too, were Joyce Crooker and Ingrid Nelson. The team as a whole averaged 17.5 points per game. A few of the girls got valuable ex- perience by playing a few times in the Varsity games; two of them also went to the Canton tournament with the varsity, and did a good job. Next year these girls will see a lot of action, and let’s hope it’s winning action ! Greenfield Turners Falls Williamsburg So. Hadley . . Pioneer Turners Falls Hopkins So. Hadley .. Pioneer Williamsburg Greenfield .. Hopkins Frontier Opponent Amherst 14 11 2 37 - 9 13 . 8 13 9 12 9 15 . .. 2 30 13 8 . 3 6 ...18 21 14 15 .3 25 10 23 SOFTBALL 1962 FIRST ROW; P. Mitchell, G. Jones, S. Markert, P. Shumway, S. Austin, B. Crossman, L. Durgin. SECOND ROW: L. Frost, F. Ledoyt, D. Shaw, K. Murphy, L. DuBois, K. McCannon, K. Lashway, M. Owen, P. Karch. The softball team had a very close season in more ways than one: they had a 5-4 season, and lost three of the 4 games by one point ! For three years, Pat Shnmay did a magnificent job as catcher. Sue Markert, Gert Jones and Bertha Fydenkevez did fine jobs in the field and on base, and Barbara Crossman came through with some good pitching. 69 WlR nV CHEERL ADERe LINDA TURNER CAPTAIN CAROL BETURNEY LINDA LYNCH JANET MILLAR DORI KINDER KATHY LASHWAY MARILYN BATES 70 STUDENT OOUNOL Amherst Regional High’s Student Council continued to function this year as an ex- ample of organized student government. Under the guidance of its advisor, Mr. Crouse, the Council succeeded in presenting the annual " no-talent show,” a Valentine dance and a book fair. The Council also sponsored the annual student-faculty basketball game which brought a large crowd of onlookers and about $180 dollars for the scholarship fund! The officers of Student Council are Mike Hayden- — President, Robin Bleckwehl — Vice-President, Leslie Durgan — Secretary, and Linda Johnson — Treasurer. FIRST ROW: Tim Schmidt, Tom Page, Mike Hayden, Brian Thompson, Dick Wojtowicz. SECOND ROW: Bunny Koester, Janet Miller, Carol Beturny, Carol Sacco, Diane Bleckwehl, Linda Johnson. THIRD ROW: Phoebe Williams, Elizabeth Cudde- back, Mitzu Shibo, John Perhonis, Mike Hassen, Leslie Durgan, Debbie Taylor. 74 PRO UERJTO Pro Merito honors are awarded to Amherst Regional students capable of obtaining and keeping the high standards of academic achievement required by the organization. Members are honored with special privileges such as a permanent library pass and an extra set of school books. In the past Pro Merito has sponsored guest speakers, a special Pro Merito banquet, and a college program including many of our past graduates who are presently attending college. FIRST ROW; Phoebe Zak. SECOND ROW: Williams, Happy Hull, Joan Bieniek, Miss Donley — advisor, Joanne Crooker, Marsha Wagner, Karen Dave Boyden, Tom Rice, Gary Rosen, Laurie Slobody, John Perhonis, Alan Lundberg, Amory Lovins. 75 FUTURE OUB FIRST ROW: Pat Kelley, Marlene Ball, Marsha Mulholland, Cheryl Bastow, Cathy McGrath. SECOND ROW: Paula Swenson, Sally Snedecor, Happy Hull, Linda Turner. FUTURE NURSES OUB FIRST ROW: Claire Conner, Priscilla May, Judy Garvey, Josephine Fitts, Marsha Kolakoski, Florence Fournier. SECOND ROW: Beverly Hebert, Marcia Slocum, Beverly Horne, Nancy Crowley, Jane Wagenbach, Kathy Newton, Marjy Owen. THIRD ROW: Linda Lynch, Dianna Capen, Patsy Newell, Monica Tilley, Carol Livermore. 76 L DERS CIXB The Leaders Club, under the direction of Mr. Abramson, is organized for boys especially interested in physical education. The function of the club is to promote good sportsmanship and develop leadership qualities. With Barry Roberts as president, Brian Thompson as vice-president, and Tom Rice as secretary-treasurer, they set the examples for future leaders. FIRST ROW; Roy Jeffery, Milton Jackson, Barton Jones, Roger Jacque, Art Cashin, Dave Boyden. SECOND ROW: Steve Stanitis, Jimmy Kieras, Mike Hayden, Marty Wygant, Brian Thompson, Barry Roberts. THIRD ROW: Dick Vincent, Mike Lawrence, Tom Drake, Tom Rice. 77 FIRST ROW; Danny Weir, Sally Snedecor, Mr. Packard — advisor, Monica Tilley, Patsy Newell. SECOND ROW: ' Tom Rice, George Bentley, Bob Morrissey, Elizabeth Roetter, Elizabeth Langland, Betsy Russel. THIRD ROW: Dorrie Kinder, Priscilla May, Darcy Alvani. TWESPIANS Thespian Troup 1333, under the direction of Mr. Packard, engaged in an active year of theatrics. " The Teahou.se of the August Moon” was the major production of the year. Its cast consisted of about 30 actors and actresses and one goat. Again this year the Thespians will participate in the Western Massachusetts One Act Play Competition. The Thespians also sponsored the Christmas play, a reading of " A Child’s Christmas in Whales.” The officers of Thespians are Danny Weir — President, Patsy Newell — Vice-President, Monica Tilley — Sec- retary, Sally Snedecor — Treasurer, and Ann Agard — Scribe. " Sakini by name . Oh, Oh, there is Col. Purdy again ' Don ' t be too rough, boys ! ROD AND (SUN OUB FIRST ROW: Bob Whittemore, Tom Britt, Jimmy Ostrowski, Bob Aldrich, Gerald Woodard. SECOND ROW: Greg Woodard. Pete Gervickas, Craig Wilson, Bruce Jacque, Billy Cushman, Winthrop Kellogg, Brian Hawthorne, Dick Buzicky, Billy Robinski. OFFICERS: Mr. Moore — advisor, Greg Woodard, and Pete Gervickas. The Rod and Gun Club, under the direction of Mr. Moore, is open to boys interested in hunting and fishing. Gun safety and all aspects of conserva- tion are stressed. Classes in the Safe Handling of Firearms are conducted by the local conservation officer and those who pass are eligible for the certificates that permits a minor to hunt alone. Films are shown and seasonal field trips are taken. An ice fishing trip is taken in late December or early January. A dinner and spring fishing trip in late May con- cludes the year’s activities. OUnN OUB Jack Colby, Mitzu Shiboh, Chris Williams, Pete Johnson, Art Cashin, Mr. Langlois — advisor. GOLPOUB FIRST ROW; Bill Cooke, Dick Vincent, John Cooke, Jeff Brown, Bob Burnett. SECOND ROW: Brian Thompson, Mr. Robinson — advisor. CEROE FRAM(pAIS Cercle Fran ais, under the guidance of Miss Morin, conducts its meetings entirely in French. Speakers and slides or French-oriented games form the main part of each meeting with an occasional party featuring French refreshments. The officers of Cercle Frangais are Marsha Wagner — President, Joanne Crooker — Secretary, and Jon Gage — Treasurer. FIRST ROW: Leslie Durgan, Barbara Taylor, Janet Quint, Monica Tilley, Susie Williams, Marsha Wagner, Joanne Crooker, Joan Bieniek, Bunny Koester, Bev Koester. SECOND ROW: Ellen Hosford, Dori Shaw, Nancy Beattie, Bonnie Fairburn, Carolyn Ives, Elizabeth Roetter, Judy Wagner, Laurie Brown, Debbie Taylor, Cathy McGrath. THIRD ROW: Claire Conner, JoAnn Wexler, Tom Colby, Dick Booth, Jon Gage, Jack Colby, Danny Weir, Gary Rosen, Janet Arons, Karen Zak. 81 SVCUB FIRST ROW: Billy Cushman, Jack Colby. SECOND ROW: Gary Rosen, Danny Weir, Marc Fifield, Dick Wright, Art Cashin, Dick Vincent, Mr. Oldershaw — advisor. ELEC?RONfCe CLUB Mike Lawrence, Amory Lovins, David Waskiewicz, Dick Vincent. Mr. Robinson — advisor. 82 TRf-S SENIORS FIRST ROW: Linda Frost, Lorraine Weaver, Joan Fulton, Maria Grandonico, Shirly Britt, Judy Baldwin, June Baldwin, Julie Newton, Marguerita Basara. SECOND ROW: Carol Russel, Sylvia Snape, Jane Wagenbach, Paula Swenson, Claire Conner, Pat Kelley, Judy Garvey, Jo Fitts, Eleanor Pierce, Joan Bieniek, Joanne Crooker. THIRD ROW: Jean Horton, Patsy Newell, Paula Jacob, Sally Snedecor, honorary member Jon Gage, Happy Hull, honorary member Gary Rosen, Eileen Cembalisty, Bunny Koester, Judy Gross, Bertha Fyden. Tri-S is an all-girl club with a spectacular initiation in October. Certainly -9 10 of all the girls in the school belong to Tri-S. The purpose of Tri-S Club is to uphold the standards of good sportsmanship at all times, to render serv ' ice to the best of one’s ability and to be a friend to all. The three S’s signify Service, Sportsmanship, and Scholarship. FIRST ROW: Beverly Hebert, Phoebe Williams, Marsha Wagner, Sharon Nanartonis, Priscilla May, Monica Tilley, Linda Lynch, Louise Vlach, Laurie Slobody. SECOND ROW: Nancy Beattie, Liddy March, Kathy Newton, Linda Turner, Judy Garvey, Jo Fitts, Florence Fournier, Marsha Kolakoski, Maureen Fitzpatrick, Linda Harris, Carol Wentworth. THIRD ROW: Anita Major, Carol Beturny, Joyce Lyman, Marjy Owen, Janet Arons, Karen Zak, Suzanne Simmons, Nancy Crowley, Shirley Lashway. JUNfOR TRI-S FIRST ROW: Dorrie Kinder, Darcy Alviani, Sue Neylon, Betsy Hunsberger, Suzanne King, Janet Miller. SECOND ROW: Ellen Hosford, Ruth Jewett, Pam Colvin, Linda Johnson, Susan Scott, Elaine Watson, Stephanie Fairbairn, Harriet Greely, Dori Shaw. THIRD ROW: Franny La Doyt, Grace Nutting, Sandra Howard, Chris Pippert, Janet Bray, Marlene Ball, Cheryl Roberts, Cheryl Bond, Cheryl Sobala, Janice Hall, Sue Davis. FOURTH ROW: Cheryl Bastow, Joyce Jacque, Paula Surrey, Lorrain DuBoise, Marsha Mulholland, Bev Horne, Marcia Slocum, Janet Quint. The Tri-S formal is an annual event. It was held on December 14, this year, and the theme was " Days of Wine and Roses.” The club’s president. Bunny Koester, was crowned queen. FIRST ROW: Kathy Lashway, Sandy Chase, Charlene Ryznic. SECOND ROW: Debbie Taylor, Cathy McGrath, Leslie McKie, Pat Zunic, Kathy McCannon, Kathy Telega, Jackie Howard, Francis lantoska, Janice Hemingway. THIRD ROW: JoAnn Wexler, Leslie Durgan, Laurie Brown, Bonnie Cunningham, Betsy Adair, Betsy Rodgers, Pat Karch, Sue Couch, Nancy Russel, Linda Wilson, Karen Jacque, Donna Aldrich. FOURTH ROW: Gretchen Dittfach , Sue Hopkins, Kathy Murphy, Mary Serle, Linda Kuzmeski, Sally Meslanka, Diane Seaver, Jenny Kirley. FRESW WJTRI-S i|V ' 1 j ® r FIRST ROW: Candy Durgin, Ingrid Nelson, Penny Newell, Linda Robinson, Cheryl Sacco, Debbie Glazier, Marianne Schwartz. SECOND ROW: Eleanor Sikop, Lee Kelly, Betsy Russell, Elizabeth Cuddeback, Diane Bleckwehl, Linda Sacco, Linda Wright, Lorna Lamsa, Del Harris. THIRD ROW: Bev Koester, Chris Roberts, Bonnie Eairburn, Carolyn Baldwin, Katie Matheson, Sandy Bacon, Linda Bartus, Gloria Collins, Linda Suprenant, Jackie Soul, Judy Crossman. EOURTH ROW: Gail Whipple, Carol Livermore, Barbara Kelly, Susan Likens, Diane Griswold, Barbara Gnospelius, Dotty Hulsey, Michele Kenney, Sandy Mientka, Lucy Winship, Donna DeLuca, Brenda Campbell, Elizabeth Tyler, Emmy McCullough, Pam Elco, Linda Tulenko. Another special event that Tri-S sponsors every other year is a pajama party. It starts with indoor games and face-stuffing and continues throughout the night. Maybe in the early morning people take forty winks. FIRST ROW: Sharon Russell, Mitzi Peppard, Trina Hanson, Verdi Fleming, Judy Snape, Sherry Judge. SECOND ROW: Suzi Williams, Nancy Eabian, Sally Moreau, Nancy Woodfork, Sue Godsell, Cynthia Rodgers, Judy Gwodz, Wilma Cashin, Jerry Gould. THIRD ROW: Margaret Andrews, Jean O’Donnell, Diane Glazier, Margaret Kaslauskas, Nancy Stowell, Janice Tenney, Janice Black, Angie Garvey, Joyce Crooker, Kathy Smyth, Carol Wagner. EOURTH ROW: Elizabeth Roetter, Carolyn Ives, Janice Durgin, Marilyn Bates, Dale Maxson, Elizabeth Langland, Judy Wagner, Margaret Boyden, Sue Simmons, Corky Rice, Barbara Wood, Carol Kosloski. GRAPHIC Under the direction of Mrs. Dumont and Sharon Nanartonis, editor-in-chief, the Graphic staff published eight issues. This year the Graphic has been one of the most acti e of the school’s extracurricular activities. As well as providing the students with accurate and entertaining coverage of school news, the Graphic has rendered a number of additional services to the ARHS student body. The Graphic has supplemented its colorful coverage of school events with quality humor, a special column by Mitsu Shiboh, Graphic Salutes, paper exchange, and outstanding editorials. Allen Torry, business manager, and Marsha Wagner, paper exchange editor, assisted greatly in making the Graphic a lively paper. All the members of the Graphic staff have taken the initative and responsibility of giving Amherst Regional High School a fine newspaper. FIRST ROW: Amory Lovins, Cynthia Dusch, Sharon Nanartonis, Paula Surrey, Tom Colby, Elizabeth Cuddeback, Elizabeth Roetter, Marty Wygant. SECOND ROW: Judd Carhart, Janet Quint, Ruth Jewett, Nancy Crowley, Paula Swenson, Linda Lynch, Bev Koester, Judy Wagner, Dick Vincent. THIRD ROW: David Waskiewicz, Tom Drake, Tommy Mitchell, Brian Thompson, Roy Jeffery, Jimmy Kieras, Allen Torrey, Jon Gage. 86 Cfa CLUB AETOLB Eileen Cembalisty, Paul Robison, Cindy Stoddard, Venus, Sharon Nanartonis, Dick Wright, Phoebe Williams, Carol Livemore, Margie Owen. 87 SlUDEfJTPAlROL FIRST ROW: Roy Jeffery, Joe Langland, Les Heath, Barton Drake, Roger Jaque, Art Cashin, Dave Boyden, Ed Kudnski, SECOND ROW: Ronnie Houghton, Mike Hayden, Jimmy Parkinson, Jeff Brown, Marty Wygant, Brian Thompson, Barry Roberts, Tom Rice. THIRD ROW: Tom Drake, Louise Vlach, Happy Hull, Robin Bleckwehl, Laurie Slobody, Jimmy Boicourt. CLUB COUNCIL EIRST ROW: Sharon Nanartonis, Cindy Stoddard, Sharon Wentworth, Marsha Wagner, Joanne Crooker, Laurie Slobody, Bunny Koester. SECOND ROW: Jack Colby, Gary Rosen, Danny Weir, Brian Thompson, Judd Carhart. PEPOUB j Pep Club is an organization of freshmen, juniors, and seniors. The main j function of the club is to increase and sustain enthusiasm at all sports events. ' The club also provides refreshments during the home football games and ' provides transportation for all away football and basketball games. Booster Day weekend is the main project of the year. Together with the senior class they plan the rally. The Pep Club then uses the money to make it possible to provide transportation to away games. " I was there! " 89 Tom Drake and Mitsukazu Shiboh A mUCAN FfBLD SERVfCE FIRST ROW: Linda Lynch, Tom Lindsey, Cindy Stoddard, Cynthia Dusch, Ellen Hosford, Dori Shaw, Leslie Durgan, JoAnn Wexler, Gary Rosen, Bev Koester, Chris Williams. SECOND ROW: Cathy McGrath, Sue Hopkins, Dick Booth, Tom Rice, Marsha Wagner, Paula Surrey, Loraine DuBoise, Tommy Mitchell, Jon Gage, Tom Colby, Peter Johansson. THIRD ROW: Gretchen Dittfach, Janet Quint, Charlie Fawkner, Debbie Taylor, Mr. Ames — advisor, Tom Drake, Jeff Brown, Mitsu Shiboh, Laurie Brown, Suzi Williams. cwE ufsnsvauB FIRST ROW: Jane Wagenbach, Laurie Slobody, Patsy Newell, Alan Musgrave, Art Cashin, Happy Hull, Alan Lundberg, Mr. Swift — advisor, Joanne Crooker, Joan Bieniek, Eileen Cembalisty. SECOND ROW: Robert Lovell, Dave Boyden, Andy Gamble, Alan Colby, Linda Lynch, Cindy Stoddard, Phoebe Williams, Janet Arons, JoAnn Wexler, Dick Booth, Charlie Fawkner. THIRD ROW: Dick Vincent, Tom Rice, Peter Dolquist, Jack Colby, Darcy Alvaini, Julie Grow, Priscilla May, John Perhonis, Leslie Durgan. FOURTH ROW: Gary Rosen, Jimmy Kieras, Danny Weir, Tom Drake, Barton Drake, Mike Lawerence, Greg Taylor, Brian Thompson, Ed Russel, Fred Johansson, Roy Jeffery. RAND FIRST ROW: Sally Moreau, Dick Wojtowicz, Dick Booth, Linda Lynch, Del Harris, Judy Wagner, Janet Arons, Ellen Hosford, Frances lantosca. SECOND ROW: Doug Jones, Ronnie Houghton, Don Ives, Bart Jones, Chris Leininger, Claire Connor, Ralph Loomis. THIRD ROW: Bob Morrissey. PEPB D FIRST ROW: David Waskiewicz, Charlie Fawkner, Claire Conner, Ralph Loomis. SECOND ROW: Doug Jones, Chris Leininger, Don Ives. THIRD ROW: Bob Morrissey, Bart Jones, Danny Weir. Not present — John Perhonis. FIRST ROW: Lorraine DuBois, Clair Connor, Judy Wagner, Deloise Harris, Janet Arons, Francis lantosca, Joyce Crooker, Ralph Loomis, Paula Surrey. SECOND ROW: Sally Moreau, Tom Keedy, Dick Booth, David Waskiewicz, Bart Jones, Chris Leininger. THIRD ROW: Doug Jones, Donald Ives, Cathy McGrath, JoAnn Wexler, Bob Morrissey, Leslie Durgan, Lorna Lamsa. 92 FIRST ROW: Kirsten Mishkin, Laurie Brown, Kenny May, Andy Marx. SECOND ROW: Dick Booth, Diane Griswold, Linda Lynch, Gretchen Dittfach, Marsha Wagner, Judy Wagner, Ellen Hosford. THIRD ROW: Doug Jones, Don Ives, Karen Zak, Kenny Brown, Ralph Loomis. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Maggs — advisor, Bart Jones. CHORUS FIRST ROW: Cynthia Dusch, Marcia Estabrook, Nancy Woodfork, Betsy Russell, Janet Quint, Mr. Jacob — advisor, Wilma Cashin, Eileen Cembalisty, Lorna Lamsa, Marsha Mulholland. SECOND ROW: Diane Seaver, Christine Pippert, Priscilla May, Jenny Kirley, Margie Andrews, Cheryl Bastow, Monica Tilley, Suzanne Simmons, Chris Roberts, Elizabeth Langland, Carol Livermore. THIRD ROW: Kenny Vlach, Clair Connor, Lorraine DuBois, Liz Tyler, Tom Keedy, Jimmy Boicourt, Bob Bergland, Tom Rice, Anne Argard, Jeff Brown, Betsy Hunsberger, Barbara Taylor, Brenda Campbell, Laurie Brown, Steve Simmons. 93 ■ ' Smile or I’ll kick you!” ■ ' Ooooh! Did you steal my Bealle wig?” ■ ' Please marry me, she said swiftly!” Marsha! Aren’t you being a bit daring? ■ ' " We will have a hot time in the old town tonight!” I The East Street Girlie Gang. " Do you boys realize that this is leap year?” How can you tell if there is an elephant in your shampoo? Swing that bat, Kathy ! Why so much interest in that old black car? 95 " Well, we were studious once anyway.’ " Where did the ball go?” " One more step and I’ll shoot.” Gold Bug staff takes break! " I love you, Beatles, oh, yes I do!” " My son Bobby is a little bit big for his age.” " Hi, girls!” " Oooh! It ' s really going in!’ I ! " Do you like my tie?” 98 S01D BU SIZIFP FACULTY CO-EDITORS; Joan Bieniek and Joanne CLUB EDITOR: Sally Snedecor. Underclassmen: Sharon Crooker. Nanartonis. BOY’S SPORTS; Mike Hayden, Steve Stanitis, Bart Drake, Brian Thomp- son and Roy Jeffrey. SENIOR CO-EDITORS: Linda Lynch and Sharon Nanartonis. FEATURES EDITOR: Suzanne Simmons. ART WORK: Marcia Estabrook. 100 CO-EDITORS: Laurie Slobody and Louise Vlash. Ad- GIRLS SPORTS: Eileen Cembalisty and Happy Hull, visor: Mrs. Nowick. TYPISTS: Louise Vlash, Eleanor Kellogg, Sally Snedecor, Joan Bieniek, and Joyce Lyman. GOLDBUG SPONSORS Adams Drug Store Cliff Allen Clothing Alpine Builders — Pelham Amherst Branch of the Northampton Co-Operative Bank Amherst Cinema Amherst Creamery Amherst Farmer ' s Supply Amherst Journal Record Amherst Laundromat Amherst Oil Company Anderson ' s Texaco Station Ashley ' s Garage Ann August Baucom ' s Textbook Co. Blair Cutting Insurance Dr. Andrew R. Booth Boyden Perron Garage, Inc. Braff and Rich — Greenfield Bruce G. Brown Brown ' s Curtain Shop Robert S. Brown Burnett Nash Insurance Cleary ' s Jewelers — Greenfield College Drug Store College Sunoco Station College Town Center Daily Hampshire Gazette — Amherst James C. Daykins, Accountant Do leva ' s Poultry Farm T. L. Dorsey Memorials Dr. Stephen J. Duval First National Bank of Amherst The Footit Real Estate Paul T. Ford — Attorney at Law Gibson Chevrolet Co., Inc. Grandy ' s Restaurant Griggs, Inc. 102 A. J. Hastings, Newsdealer Stationery Heberts Dairy Holden Lumber Co. House of Walsh Dr. C. E. Hynes, Dentist Jeffery Amherst Book Music Store Kamins Paint Store Kentfield ' s Dairy Knight ' s Royal Grocery Knowles Flower Shop Landry ' s Market Lincoln Realty Associates, Inc. Lord Jeffery Inn Douglass Marsh, Inc. Mathews Shoe Store Matuszko Farms Mientka, Inc. — TV Sales Service Millar ' s Esso Station Dr. Moreau Mutual Plumbing Heating Co. Hamilton I. Newell, Inc. Newton Secretarial Service Agency, Inc. Owen ' s Poultry Farm W. S. Pickering Son, Inc. Dr. Richard E. Post Specialty Shop Stephen Puffer Jr. Quabbin Sportsman Center Randy ' s Store Russell Package Store Glenn F. Shaw, Turkeys Shumway ' s Ice Cream Co. Sullivan ' s — Greenfield Thomas L. Sullivan Television Center Helen Todd, Inc. Watroba ' s A. G. Store Wellworth ' s Drug Store WHMP Northampton Wilson ' s — Greenfield Winn Jewelry Store Will Radio Station From a Friend IND In Memoriam 2 Dedication 3 Faculty 6 Seniors 20 Underclassmen 46 Sports 54 Activities 74 Goldbug Staff 100 List of Patrons 102 104 DATE DUE
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