Amherst Regional High School - Goldbug Yearbook (Amherst, MA)
- Class of 1966
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property of “Arjhs library G. f ll nwis Amherst Reg. H.S. Library, Amherst. MA ei3 Amherst Reg. H.S. Library, Amherst, MA GOLDBUG The Class of 1966 gratefully dedicates this edition of the Goldbug to its advisers, Mrs. Marjorie Day and Mr. William Ames. For three years these advisers have helped direct our class to work together for definite goals. In so doing they showed confidence in our class and allowed it to move as a body guided by the will of the majority. For this we thank them— for helping us to develop into a senior class that could utilize the efforts of all to get the best results, as was illustrated by the success of many class activities. During our Junior year our class held a paper drive, sponsored the traditional cake sale, and hosted the Senior Prom. As a senior class we were so successful with our Booster Day float and skit that we won first prize in both. Besides devoting many hours to these class projects, Mrs. Day and Mr. Ames have been active in numerous other functions in our school. Mrs. Day was greatly ap- preciated for her enthusiastic backing of Pep Club and Ski Club. Mr. Ames has spent several years advising AFS Club projects. Both teachers held roles in the faculty play. Gold In the Hills, which was produced to raise money for a scholarship fund. Because of their active interest in Amherst Regional High School, Mrs. Day and Mr. Ames will be well re- membered by the Class of 1966. Mr. William Ames uses visual aids to increase student appreciation of history. ;renCE The 1 966 Goldbug attempts to present the many faces of the A.R.H.S. experience. We have tried to capture for you the fun, the learning, and the friends of the past year. As we wrote the yearbook, we realized how many parts of A.R.H.S. have been important to us— the administration and faculty, classmates, teams and activities, proms, ass ' emblies and plays. You will find that this yearbook does not con- form with books of previous years. We have tried to make it different. As fads a nd styles change, so must our yearbook. We, the Goldbug staff of 1966, hope you, the student body, will enjoy the finished product as much as we have enjoyed publishing it. Progress of the Individual AAR. PAUL LANGLOIS Principal Univ. of AAaine, B.A.; Springfield College, AA.Ed. School AAr. Langlois and AAr. Gallishaw confer about school matters. !| Administration Guides Studentf 28 AAr. Langlois keeps in touch with the student body. AAR. FRANCIS GALLISHAW Assistant Principal Boston College, B.S., AA.Ed.; Univ. of AAass. C.A.G.S. Body to Greater Achievement. MRS. ALICE MODRZAKOWSKI and MRS. GLADYS JENKS, office secretaries, head the front office staff. MR. ROBERT DOMINA Guidance Keene Teachers ' College, B.Ed.; Univ. of Mass., M.S. MR. JOHN CRAIG Guidance American International College, B.S.; M.A.; Springfield College, M.Ed. 29 AAR. LAUREL CROUSE English Boston Univ., A.B.; Univ. 30 Mass., AA.Ed. AAISS DOROTHY FURGESON English Spokane Univ., B.A.; Smith Col- lege, M.A.; Robert Frost Chair AAISS CHARLOTTE HALPIN English Worcester State College, B.S.; Boston Univ., AA.A. English Program En courage C AAiss Charlotte Halpin leads discussion in her Freshman-Sophomore English class. MISS MARIE SEVENE English, Reading Framingham State College, B.S.; Univ. of Mass., M.Ed. MR. KENNETH MARISSEAU English Merrimack College, A.B.; Univ. of Mass., M.A. MR. FRANKLIN SHERBURNE Special Education Fitchburg State College, B.S. Clear and Creative Thinking. UBE Mrs. Langford, the Librarian, is always ready to help students. 31 AAR. JAAAES CCX)PEE Chemistry Univ. of AAass., B.S. AAR. WILLIAAA FARRELL Biology Alliance College, B.S. AAR. JUDSON HASTINGS Science Springfield College, B.S. Science Department Utilizes Expanded F 32 Chemistry students perform laboratory experiments following a demonstration by instructor Jarries Coopee. MISS CORNELIA JANDRIS Mathematics Univ. of Mass., B.A. Facilities for Student Investigation. Mr. Arthur Leland used an overhead projector to explain problems to his mathematics class. Teachers Stimulate Understanding Mr. John Adams keeps his History class informea by use of the MR. LEO CASAGRANDE History American International College, B.A.; Springfield College, M.Ed. MR. WILLIAM AMES History Colby College, B.A.; Univ. of Mass., M.S. Univ. MR. JOHN ADAMS History Bates College, B.A.; Univ. of Rochestei,”M.A. MR. SPELIOS STAAAAS History, Eng ish Springfield College, B.S.; of Mass., M.Ed. Miss Betty Jane Donley and assistant, Mr. Robert Stratton, prepare for ap- I proaching class. I I MISS SARAH MORIN French Skidmore College, B.A.; Middlebury College, M.A. ;of the World and Its People. MISS BETTY JANE DONLEY Latin, Greek Mount Holyoke College, A.B., M.A. Physical Education Boston University, B.S.; Spring- fieid College, M.Ed. Mr. Harold Ryder, Physical Education teacher, demonstrates volieybali technique for his class. MR. CHARLES ABRAMSON Physical Education Springfield College, B.S.; Univ. of Mass., M.Ed. Dedicated MR. RUFUS KNEELAND Driver Education American International College, Faculty Develops a Variety |( MR. HAROLD RYDER Physical Education Univ. of Mass., B.S. of Skills and Talents. Mr. John Maggs, Music teacher, conducts the school orchestra. 37 MISS IRENE HALE Typing Salem State Teachers ' College, B.S. Ed. Mr. Kenneth Caouette, Business teacher, counts money for the Student Athletic Association. Skilled Teachers Provide the Incentive MRS. MARJORIE DAY Home Economics Univ. of Mass., B.S., M MRS. MARIAN WILSON Home Economics Penn. State College MR. ROBERT CONNER Mechanical Drawing The King ' s College, B.A. MR. RICHARD DAVIS Industrial Arts Fitchburg State College, B.S. Mr. Richard Davis demonstrates use of equipment to students in his Industrial Arts class. for Invaluable Self-Development. MR. HOLLIS MOORE Industrial Arts Fitchburg State College, B. Ed. Mrs. Marjorie Day, Home Economics teacher, lectures pupils on home maintenance. MR. RICHARD ROBINSON Industrial Arts Keene State Teachers College. Mr. Bruce Oldershaw and assistant prepare classroom aids. Service Staff Provides a |[ CAFETERIA STAFF: Doris Karsh, Olive Nelson, Albina Newton, Mary Lou Jacque, Dorothy Ewell. MRS. RUTH CORRELL, Head Dietician confers with Kitchen helper. Dynamic Physical Plant. 41 THE FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS are Richard Laprade, treasurer; Melissa Ludfke, secretary; Barry Higgins, president; and Susan Freisem, vice-president. Freshmen Contribute The Junior Class Cake Sale actively participated. event in which Freshmen to School Spirit . . . Mr. James Coopee advises the Freshman Class. Kate Bancroft Cynthia Banfield Sarah Barnes Jacqueline Benedict Rene Bernasconi Noli Bias Roger Bias Judith Buczala Ronald Bukoski April Bunker Sharon Bunn Martha Burroughs Gene Campbell Linda Campbell Anne Cary William Chase Through | Peter deFriesse Christopher Demarest Thomas DeMott Donna Des osiers John Desfosiers James Doleva Robert Doubleday Dennis Duguay Stephen Eldridge Joshua Epstein Frank Ernest Karen Foley Terry Foose Alisa Fortier Susan Freisem Nancy Gage Victor Giard Paul Gibavic Ellen Gladchuck Nancy Glazier Peter Glazier Outstanding Academic Achievement the cast of The Curious Savage. Ronald Gnatek David Goodhind Elizabeth Gozzi Jacqueline Grady Stephen Greene Robert Gross Patricia Gwozdz Robert Hammel Donald Hardaker Elaine Harding David Hastings Wilfred Havens William Haviland Robert Henrickson Barry Higgins Mark Holden Gordon Holzhauer Eric Howard Juanita Howard Gretchen Hunsberger Mary Irwin Steven Jacque Victoria Jacob Andrew Jaffe John JohannSen Timothy Kamys Chapin Kaynor Blake Keedy Linda Kellerman Laura Kelley Steven Kenney Lee Keohane Robert Keyes Frederick Klelb a Lillian Kimba ' ll Dennis Klingelhofer Judith Knowles Stanley Kopec Charles Kopintp Jane Kosakowski John Kosloski Patricia Kroner Eleanor Kucinski Paul Kucinski 45 Ronald Kulikosky Paul Kuzmeski Mary LaClaire Percy LaClaire Timothy LaClaire Vicki LaClaire John LaFlamme Freshman girls were initiated into the Tri-S Club in September. And Participation in ; a Timothy O ' Brien Joseph O ' Byrne William Olanyk Richard O ' Rourke James Paige Nancy Pratt Georgianna Rajter Laurel Randall Ruth Reber Anna Regish Marilyn Reynolds Mark Richason James Rising Edward Robert Jay Roberts David Robinson Elaine Rocasah Nicholas Rock Lucia Roetter Duncan Rollason Robert Rosen Donna Ruder Jacqueline Ryznic Deborah Schnarr Roy Schweiker Jeanne Shea Bennett Sheerman Johanna Shumway Stanley Simmons Kimberly Singleton Judith Skillings a Wide Field of Activities. Ruth. Sullivan Jeffery Summerlin Floyd Thompson Theodore Tudryn Miner Tuttle John Tyler Barbara Wagner Michael Warren Carolyn Waskiewicz Janet Wentworth Thomas White Darlene Willingham Marcia Whitney Gary Williams Belinda Wells Peter Winship Deborah Woicekoski Jane Woodard Paul Wysocki PHOTOS MISSING George Balsey Helen Drake Richard Fuller Raymond Gralenski Louise Kaminski Mak Keyes Paul Langland John Madigan Patricia Melanson Lee Williams Kim Wisneski 47 This year there are 194 members in the Sophomore class. Future Potential . . . Mr. John Adams and Mr. Spelios Stamas are the Sophomore class advisers. 49 Reveals True School Spirit . . . Ann Hawley Sharon Hawthorne Richard Heath Brian Higgins Dale Homme Ella Howard John Howard Lela Hugill Deborah Hull John Irwin Sanford Johnson Bonnie Johnston Sandra Jones Molly Kaynor Karen Keedy Victor Keedy Stephen Kellogg Evan Kenseth Karen Kentfield Mark Keyset Peter Knchnicki Jo Ann Hall Dale Halsey Gregory Hamilton Nancy Hankinson David Gage Jeffrey Gere Donald Gibavic Chester Gladchuck from the expanded high school curriculum. 51 James Kolakoski John Kolasienski John Krawczyk Shirley Kuzmeski Joseph LaClaire Mary Ellen Ladd Paulina Lamb Thomas Lansner As It Philip Robinson Virginia Rogowski Gay Ross David Lee Jon Lee Ralph Lewis Edgar Lindsey John Linnell William MacDonald John MacLeod James Mardgn Robert Marker! David Maslanka Stephen Matusko Peter May Timothy McCabe Donald Meakim Kenneth Melanson Donna Mellen James Millar Robert Miller Mary Mitchell Margaret Mosher Thomas Mulcahy Jaye Nutting Susan Oliver Patricia O ' Rourke The Class of 1968 loyally supports school functions. Anne Ruder Janice Ruder Maureen Russell Christopher Sacco Nancy Sanders Priscilla Scott Arthur Seavec Sandra Shea Thomas Sheckels Scott Shumway William Sieruta Lynn Slocombe Althea Smith Craig Snoyenbos Martha Spielman Stephen Stanne Elizabeth Still Jean Stolarski Barbara Stosz Janice Stowell Bruce Taylor Cfrthia Taylor Douglas Timberlake Linda Trachy Diane Utter Carol Vassallo Achieves Greater Unity. Joseph Walas Charles Walker Karen ' Wanczyk Philip Watson Linda Wells Steven White James Whitney David Willcox Robert Williams Gail Wilson Carol Wisnieski Martha Woodard Bruce Young Karen Zwinakis James S. Anderson Susan Arnold James Britt . Michael Cowles PHOTOS MISSING- Frederick Harris Harlan Harvey Dale Houle Patricia Olanyk Richard Powers Susan Simmons Shirley Thompson Nicholas Williams 53 ( JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS are Frank Cushman, president; Nancy Kelly, treasurer, Sharon Day, secretary; and Robert Fitzpatrick, vice-president. Gain Valuable Experience . . . 55 Donald Bias Thomas Bibeau Russell Billings Robert Birge Betty Bradley Dudley Bridges Beverly Britt Stephen Brozo Paul Brunelle Susan Buckout Linwood Buczala Stephen Burroughs Diana Campbell Brenda Capen Linda Capen Peter Cary Raymond Chapin Brenda Chickering Eric Clark William Clark Daniel Cody In All Aspects Russell Colvin Robert Coplin Deborah Craig Frank Cushman Eric Cutting Charles Davis Paul Davis Sharon Day William DeCourcey Penny Demarest John Dempsey Laura DeSherbinan Linda Dihimann Katherine Dittfach John Doleva James Doubleday William Doubleday David Eiben Leonard Ezbicki Peter Feldman Jeffrey Ferguson Loralie Ferwerda Brenda Field Robert Fitzpatrick Samuel Floge Stephan Foose Susan Gervickas Janet Glazier Jeffrey Glazier Judy Glazier Ronald Glazier Elizabeth Guyott James Hankinson David Hardaker William Harlow 56 School Life . While Preparing 1 In the annual Thanksgiving Cake Sale, the Class of 1967 realized greater profits than any class in the school ' s history. Sheila Nimeskern George Oberlander Linda O ' Brien Carol Oliverira David Orrell Carl Ostrowski Julian Petrowicz Cynthia Pierce Norman Proctor Roger Rhodes James Ricci Margaret Rice Karen Riel Gene Ricker Hubert Robert Manuel Roberts Susan Rock Mary Rollason Rudolfo Sandoval Christopher Savereid William Serues Susan Shea David Sheerman Margaret Sheldon Bruce Shumway Sandra Simmons Cathy Sisto Samuel Skillings John Snedecor Thomas Stanley Edward Stockwell Marjorie Stockwell Brenda Stoddard Edward Stoddard Gladys Stone Grant Strange or Their Role as Seniors. PHOTOS MISSING David Crossman Philip Paradis Robert Domina Linda Vendette Lorraine Strong Lorraine Stumbo David Surrey Walter Swartz Diane Thayer Ronald Therrien Jane Thompson Shirley Thompson Barry Thornton Gail Thornton Shirley Tidlund John Tilley Linda Utter Rosalie Vassallo Ellen Wade Mary Webb Olaf Weeks William Wells Martha Wilson Mary Ellen Wojtowicz Donna Wood Patricia Woodard Steven Woodard Katherine Zunic 59 To the members of the class of ' 66: Thank you for your good citizenship, your good scholarship, your acceptance of the many responsibilities placed upon you, and your willingness to continue the job of ever striving to make Amherst Regional a super- ior school. If the new un-graded program is succeeding, much of the credit goes to the members of this year ' s senior class. My best wishes to every one of you. MICHAEL ROBERT HASSAN: V. Football 2, 3, co-capt. 4; V. Basketball 3; J.V. Basketball 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol 3; National Honor Society 4; Leaders Club 3, 4; Class President 2, 3, 4; Boys ' State 3. GEORGE WILLIAM BENTLEY: Football trainer 3, 4; Student Government Day 2; Student Coun- cil 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; National Honor So- ciety 4; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug editor 4; Graphic 3; Conscience 3; Pep Club 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Music Club 1; Drama Club 1; Thespians 2, pres. 3, 4; Play Cast 2, 3, 4; Play Crew 3, 4; Class Vice-President 4; Boys ' State 3; Harvard Book Prize 3. NANCY ELAINE STOWELL: V. Basketball 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1 ; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug editor 4; Outing Club 4; SSEO 4; FTA sec., 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Music Club 1; Art Club 1; Drama Club sec. 1; Class Secretary 4. LINDA L. SACCO: Student Council 1, 2; Student Patrol 4; National Honor Society 4; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; AFS 3, 4; SSEO 4; FTA 2, 3, 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1; Play Crew 3; Class Treasurer 3, 4; Girls ' State 3. ROBERT M. ALDRICH: J.V. Football 1, 2; Rod Gun Club 2. MARGARET T. ANDREWS: Graphic 2, 3, 4; Con- science 3; French Club 3; SSEO 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3. MARGARET LOUISE BABCOCK: Transferred from Hudson, Mass.; V. Basketball capt. 3; J.V. Bas- ketball 1, 2; Softball 1, 2; May Queen 2; Stu- dent Council 2, sec. 3; Student Patrol 2, 3; News- paper 1, 2, 3; Class Secretary 2; Class Vice- President 3. SANDRA MAE BACON: Goldbug 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Music Club 1. LYNN S. BALL: National Honor Society 4; SSEO LINDA R. BARTUS: Goldbug 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4. LARRY D. BASS: Transferred from Jasper, Ala. National Honor Society 4. MARILYN C. BATES: V. Cheerleading 1, 2, 3; J.V. Cheerleading 1; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; Ski Club 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Drama Club 1. JANICE L. BLACK PAMELA RUTH BLACK: National Honor Society 4; Quidnupc 1; FTA 4; Drama Club treas. 1. BRYAN PAUL CAMPBELL DIANE F. BLECKWEHL: Gym Show 2, 3, 4; J.V. Cheerleading 3; Softball 2, 3, 4; Student Coun- cil 1 , 2, 3; Student Patrol 4; Goldbug 4; AFS 3; French Club 4; Ski Club 4; SSEO sec.-treas. 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Drama Club 1; CHARLES R. BOKUN: J.V. Football 2; Track 2; MARGARET J. BOYDEN: Quidnunc 1; Tri-S 2, 3, THOMAS GEORGE BRITT: Cross-country 2, 3; Track 2, 3; Rod Gun Club 2. DAVID B. BROWN R UTH ELIZABETH BROWN: Student Council 1; National Honor Society 4; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; Graphic 4; French Club 4; Tri-S 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; District Chorus 3; Music Club 1; Drama Club 1. RICHARD G. BUZICKY: V. Football 1, 4; J.V. Football 3; V. Basketball 1, 4; V. Baseball 1; J.V. Basketball 2, capt. 3; Student Patrol 4; Rod Gun Club 2; Leaders Club 3, 4; SSEO 4. MARY MARGARET CALLAHAN: V. Cheerleading 4; J.V. Cheerleading 2, 3; Quidnunc 1; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1 . BRENDA JEAN CAMPBELL: Goldbug 4; SSEO 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 4; Chorus 1, 2; Music Club 1; Drama Club 1. BRYAN PAUL CAMPBELL: Gym -Show 2; V. Baseball 2, 4; J.V. Baseball 2. WILMA L. CASH IN: National Honor Society 4; Goldbug 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2; Marching Band 3; Chorus 2; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Play Cast 2; Play Crew 2, 3. MALCOLM JAMES CHISHOLM: J.V. Basketball 2; Student Patrol 4; Debate 4; National Honor Society 4; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; Graphic 4; Leaders Club 4; A-V Club 4. ALAN W. COLBY: Cross-country 2, 3, 4; V. Bas- ketball 1; Gym Show 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4; Na- tional Honor Society 4; Outing Club 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Leaders Club 3, v-pres. 4. PAUL RICHARD COUTURE: V. Football 1, 2; Track 2. JOYCE MAY CROOKER: V. Basketball 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Volleyball 3; Student Council 1; National Honor Society 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; March- ing Band 2; Drama Club 1 ; National Merit Com- mendation. PAUL RICHARD COUTURE JUDITH ANN CROSSAAAN: V. Basketball 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Volleyball 3, 4; Future Nurses 2; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2. JEROME FRANCIS CROWLEY: Transferred from Wheaton, Md. V. Football co-capt. 3, 4; Weight- lifting v.-pres. 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Goldbug 4; French Club 4; Leaders Club 3, 4; SSEO 4; Pep Club 3, 4; National Merit Commendation 4. ELIZABETH P. CUDDEBACK: V. Basketball 2, 4; J.V. Basketball 2; J.V. Cheerleading 1, 2, capt. 3; Student Council 2, treas. 1, 3, 4; Quidnunc 1; Talisman 1; Goldbug 4; Graphic 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Tri-S 2, 3, treas. 4; Class Treasurer I FREDERICK A. DEFRIESSE: Electronics Club 2; SSEO 4. DONNA MARIE DELUCA: Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2. EUGENE I. DUNCAN STEPHEN L. DUNN CANDACE C. DURGIN: Volleyball 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Goldbug 4; Graphic 4; Conscience 3; SSEO sec. 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4. JANI S ELIZABETH DURGIN: Student Patrol 4; National Honor Society 4; Quidnunc 1; Go d- bug editor 4; AFS 2, 4, sec. 3; Chemistry Club 3; French Club 2, 3; Ski Club 2; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Drama Club 1 . BONNIE LOU ELY: Volleyball 3; Softball 3; Quidnunc 1; Conscience 3. CONSTANCE ELIZABETH ESHBACH: Transferred from East Weymouth, Mass. National Honor Society 4; Goldbug 4; Graphic 3, 4; AFS 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Outing Club 4; SSEO 4; FTA pres. 4; Pep Club 4; National Merit Commenda- tion 4. NANCY LYNNE FABIAN: Transferred from Mid- dletown, Pa. J.V. Cheerleading capt. 4; Graphic 3, 4; AFS 3, 4; Tri-S 2, 3, pres. 4; Pep Club 4. ELEANOR MARY FAIRBAIRN: Student Council 1; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug editor 4; AFS 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1 ,2 , 3; Thes- pians 3, 4; Play Cast 2; Play Crew 2, 3, 4. DARLENE ALTHEA FLEMING: Transferred from Hadley, Mass. FHA 4. VERDI L. FLEMING: FHA 4; Chorus 2. GEORGE GORDON FREEMAN 8 ANGELA J. GARVEY: Volleyball 3; Softball 4; Student Council 1; Quidnunc 1; AFS 4; French Club 3, 4; FTA 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. PETER ALEX GERVICKAS: V. Basketball 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Rod Gun Club treas. 2; Lead- ers Club 3, 4; SSEO 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. DEBORAH L.. GLAZIER: Volleyball 4; Student Council 1, 3, 4; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; SSEO 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, pres. 4; Class Vice-President 2, 3; D.A.R. award. DIANE H. GLAZIER: Volleyball 4; Quidnunc; SSEO 4; FTA 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 4. SUSAN WRIGHT GODSELL: Transferred from Darien, Conn. Basketball 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; National Honor Society 4; Graphic 2, 3, 4; AFS 3; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; National Merit finalist. JEANNE ANN GOOD: Transferred from Chester- field, .Mo. Graphic 3; AFS 3; French Club 3; ' Future Nurses pres. 4; Tri-S 4; Pep Club 4. GERALDINE ANNE GOULD: Quidnunc 1; Gold- bug 4; SSEO 4; Tri-S 2, 4. JOHN DAKIN GRAHAME: Track 4; Student Pa- trol capt 4; National Honor Society 4; SSEO 4; Pep Club 4; National Merit Commendation. ELIZABETH MARY PIRIE GRAY: Exchange stu- dent from Durham, England; Student Council 4; National Honor Society 4; AFS v.-pres. 4; Ski Club 4; SSEO 4; Tri-S 4; Thespians 4; Play Crew 4. DONALD MARTIN GRIFFIN: Football 1; Cross- country 2, 3; Basketball 1; Track 2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Leaders Club 4; SSEO 4. JUDITH ANN GWOZDZ: Basketball 2, 3; Vol- leyball 4; Softball 3»- Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; SSEO 4; FTA 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. JOHN N. HANKS: Cross-country 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Rod Gun Cl%)b 3. TRINA LOUISE HANSON: Student Patrol 4; Go d- bug 4; AFS 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; SSEO 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1. BLAKE EMERY HARRIS: Science Club 1; Rod Gun Club 2, 3; A-V Club 3; Electronics Club 2 . TRINA LOUISE HANSON DELOISE MARY HARRIS: Quidnunc 1; Goldbug editor 4; Talisman; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3; Drama Club 1; Play Cast 2, 3. GEORGE ROBERT HAWTHORNE PAUL DAVID HILTON: Cross-country 3; V. Bas- ketball 3; Track 3; Pep Club 2; Play Crew 2. CHARLES A. HOLDEN: Transferred from Topeka, Kan. Football 1; Cross-country 2, 3, 4; V. Bas- ketball 1, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Leaders CIuId 4; SSEO 4; Pep Club 3, 4. MARSHA LEE HOWARDS: Transferred from Car- bondale. III. Debate Club 1, 2; National Honor Society; Graphic 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; SSEO 4; FHA 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN DOROTHY IVES: Student Council 1, 3; National Honor Society 4; Quidnunc editor 1; Talisman; Goldbug Editor-in-Chief 4; AFS 3, pres. 4; French Club 2, 3; As Schools Match Wits 4; Outing Club 4; Tri-S 2, 3; Pep Club 2; Chorus 1, 3; Music Club; Drama Club; Thespians 2, 4, sec. 3; Play Cast 2; Class Sec- retary 2; National Merit Commendation; AFS Exchange Student 3. PHILIP HENRY JACOB: Basketball 1; Student Council 3; National Honor Society 4; Drama Club 1. ANDREW CARVER JEWETT: V. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 2, 3; V. Baseball 1; Tennis 3, 4; Student Council 1; Ski Club 3, 4; Rod Gun Club 2, 3, 4; Leaders Club 3, 4; Drama Club 1. DOUGLAS ROY JONES: Transferred from Passaic, N.J. V. Football 3, 4; J.V. Football 1; J.V. Bas- ketball 1, 3; Leaders Club 3, 4; SSEO 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1 , 2, 3, 4. MARGARET V. KASLAUSKAS: Conscience 3; FHA 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Asst. Li- brarian 2, 3. THOMAS V. KEEDY: Ski Club 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Band 2; Marching Band 2; Orchestra 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; District Chorus 4; Music Club 1; Drama Club; Thespians 3, 4; Play Cast 2, 3. ANN L. KELLY: Volleyball 3; Softball 3; Future Nurses 1; FTA 3, 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. BARBARA AGATHA KELLY: Basketball 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Future Nurses 2; FTA 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Thespians 4 MICHELE M. KENNEY: Goldbug 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Asst. Librarian 2, 3. PETER RICHARD KEYSER: J.V. Football 1; J.V. Baseball 1. MARGARET V. KASLAUSKAS FREDERICK M. LEIGH BEVERLY ANN KOESTER: National Honor So- ciety 4; Quidnunc 1 ; Graphic 2, 4; AFS 2; French Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2; Tri-S 2, 3; Drama Club 1; Thespians 2; Play Cast 2. ROBERT JOSEPH KOLAKOSKI CAROL ANN KOSLOSKI: Quidnunc 1; Tri-S 2, 3, 4. JOYCE E. KOSUDA; Volleyball 3; FHA 4; Pep Club 4. PETER WAYNE KUZMESKI: Weightlifting 4; Chemistry Club 3. LORNA RUTH LAAASA; Student Patrol 4; Graphic 4; AFS 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Ski Club 3, 4; SSEO 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3; District Chorus 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Play Cast 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH JEAN LANGLAND: Student Council 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Quidnunc 1 ; Talisman 1; Goldbug Editor-in-Chief 4; AFS 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Tri-S 2; Pep Club 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Music Club 1; Drama Club 1; Thespians 2, 3, sec. 4; Play Cast 2, 3, 4; Play Crew 4; National Merit finalist. CHARLES A. LEDOYT CHARLES E. LEHANE: Football 1, 3, 4; V. Bas- ketball 1; Weightlifting 3, 4; V. Baseball 1; Student Patrol 4; Goldbug 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Leaders Club 3, 4; SSEO 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. FREDERICK M. LEIGH: Weightlifting 4. CATHERINE L. LEONARD: Transferred from South Hadley, Mass. Basketball 3, 4; Debate 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; FTA 1, 2, 3; Asst. Librarian 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; District Band 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2; Drama Club 3; Class Secretary 1. SUSAN J. LIKENS: Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2; Asst. Librarian 3. CAROL E. LIVERMORE: Goldbug 4; Future Nurs- es 2, 3, v.-pres. 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Asst. Librarian 3. KATHLEEN A. MATHIESON: Majorettes 3; Gold- bug 4; Tri-S 2, 3; Pep Club 2. DALE LYNN MAXSON: J.V. Basketball 2; Cheer- leading co-capt. 3, 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Music Club 1; Art Club 1; Drama Club 1. KATHLEEN A. MATHIESON ALAN P. McCARTER: Track 2; Student Coun- cil 2, 3; Student Patrol 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Leaders Club 4; SSEO 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. GLENN ALAN MEAKIAA: SSEO 4. JOSEPH A. MIAZGA: Weightlifting 3. SANDRA JEAN AAIENTKA: J.V. Cheerleading 1, 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Goldbug 4; Graphic 3, 4; SSEO 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1. KIRSTEN ELIZABETH MISHKIN: National Honor Society 4; Quidnunc co-editor-in-chief 1; Or- chestra 2; Drama Club 1; Play Crew 2, 4; Class Subprefect 3. SALLY ANN MOREAU: Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; AFS 3, 4; French Club 3; Ski Club 4; SSEO 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Thespians 3, 4; Play cast 2, 3. INGRID E. NELSON: V. Basketball 4; J.V. Bas- ketball 2, 3; J.V. Cheerleading 1; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; French Club 3, 4; SSEO 4; Tri-S 3, 4, treas. 2; Pep Club 2. PENELOPE JANE NEWELL: J.V. Cheerleading 2, 3; Volleyball 4; Student Patrol 4; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; Graphic 4; AFS 3, 4; Ski Club 4; SSEO 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. JEAN ELIZABETH O ' DONNELL: National Honor Society 4; French Club 4; Ski Club 4; Tri-S 2, 4; Pep Club 2; Marching Band 2, 4; Drama Club 1; Thespians 4; Play Cast 2. THOMAS J. OSBORNE: V. Basketball 2, 3, 4; V. Baseball 2, 3, 4; J.V. Baseball 1; J.V. Bas- ketball 1; Student Patrol 4; Leaders Club 3, 4; SSEO 4; Pep Club 3, 4. JAMES CARL OSTROWSKI: Rod Gun Club 2. MICHAEL LEA PAGE: V. Football 1; Weightlift- ing 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Outing Club 4; Lead- ers Club 4; SSEO 4; Band 1 . ROBERT C. PELIS: Track 2, 3, 4; J. V. Basketball 2 . JOHN PEMBERTON IV: Student Council 1; Na- tional Honor Society 4; Ski Club 2, 3. JOSETTE MARIE PEPPARD: Volleyball 2, 3; Na- tional Honor Society 4; French Club 2, 3; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Art Club 1 . THOMAS J. OSBORNE JOSETTE MARIE PEPPARD CHERYL A. SACCO: V. Basketball 4; J.V. Bas- k etball 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3; Student Patrol 4; SSEO 4. MARYANN KATHRYN SCHWARTZ: Student Pa- trol 4; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; Graphic 2; SSEO 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1; Drama Club 1 . RUTH MIRIAM SELIGMAN: Student Patrol 4; Goldbug 4; French Club 4; SSEO 4; Asst. Li- brarian 1; Drama Club 1; Thespians 4; Play Cast 4. MICHAEL S. SEPANEK LOUIS S. SIERUTA: V. Football 1; Drama Club 1. ELEANOR LOUISE SIKOP: Volleyball 3, 4; Soft- ball 3; Goldbug 4; Outing Club 4; FTA 2; Tri-5 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. STEVEN ROY SIMMONS: Transferred from Ma- drid, Spain. Football manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Weight- lifting 2; Student Patrol 4; Leaders Club 4; SSEO 4; Pep Club treas. 4; Chorus 1, 2; Play Cast 2. KATHRYN SUSAN SMYTH: J.V. Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 4; Softball 3, 4; Quidnunc 1; Gold- bug 4; Outing Club 4; SSEO 4; Future Nurses 2; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. JUDITH MAE SNAPE: Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Asst. Librarian 2; Art Club 1; Barbizons 3; Drama Club 1 ; Play Cast 3; Play Crew 2, 3, 4. CAROL A. SPARKS: Future Nurses 1; Asst. Li- brarian 3, 4. CHARLES EDWARD STEVENS: Cross-country 2; V. Basketball 3; Outing Club 4; A-V Club 2, 3, 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Play Crew 2, 3, 4. JACQUELINE N. SUHL: Tri-S 2, 3, 4. LINDA J. SUPRENANT: Future Nurses 1; Tri-S 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM L. SWARTZBAUGH: V. Football 2, 3; J.V. Football 2, 3; Weightlifting 2; Swimming co-capt. 4; Soccer 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Science Club 1; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1; Thespians 3, 4; Play Cast 2, 3; Play Crew 2, 3, 4. FREDRICK WHITMORE TAYLOR: Transferred from Western Springs, III. Weightlifting 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Outing Club pres. 4; Rod Gun Club 3; SSEO 4. CAROL A. SPARKS KENNETH FRANCIS VLACH PAUL H. WEEKS GAIL C. WHIPPLE: J.V. Basketball manager 3; Student Council 1; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; Tri- S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2; Asst, librarian 2, 3. LINDA PETERSON WHITLEY: Future Nurses 1, 2. ROBERT HAROLD WHITTEAAORE: V. Football 1; Weightlifting 4; V. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Bas- ketball 2, 3. SUZANNE WILLIAMS: V. Basketball 3, 4; Volley- ball 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; National Honor So- ciety 4; Conscience 3; AFS 2, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2; Drama Club 1; Play Crew 2. CRAIG FRANKLIN WILSON: V. Football 2, 3, 4; J.V. Football 1; Weightlifting 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; J.V. Baseball 1; J.V. Basketball 1, 2; Student Patrol 3, co-capt. 4; Goldbug editor 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Rod Gun Club 1; Leaders Club 3, sec.-treas. 4; SSEO 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA LUCILLE WINSHIP: Transferred from Manhasset, New York. Volleyball manager 3; Student Patrol 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. KURT WISNESKI: Student Patrol 4; Ski Club 4; Leaders Club 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. ROBERT GENE FU WOO: V. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; Weightlifting 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1; Graphic 4; Leaders Club 4; Play Crew 2. GERALD F. WOODARD: Rod Gun Club 2. NANCY ANN WOODFORK: V. Basketball 4; J.V. Basketball 2, 3; Softball 4; Student Patrol French Club 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Cl ub 2, 3, 4; 4; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; AFS 3, sec. 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; District Chorus 2; Drama Club 1 ; Thespians 3, 4; Play Crew 2, 3, 4. LINDA ELIZABETH WRIGHT: V. Basketball 4; Volleyball 3; Majorettes 3, 4; Quidnunc 1; Gold- bug 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1. JAMES ANDREW WYATT: Transferred from Len- ox, Mass. V. Football 2, 4; Cross-country 3; Track 3, 4; V. Baseball 3; J.V. Baseball 2; Stu- dent Council 2, 4. JEFFREY ALAN ZWINAKIS; Track 3, 4. CARL STARCK ALBRO: Transferred from North- ampton, Mass. Golf 2, 4; National Honor So- ciety 4. ANNE KRISTINE STUART: Transferred from Princeton, New Jersey. Chorus 2, 3; Folk Music Club 2, 3; Drama Club 2, 3. From left, front row: S. Shea, D. Drew, S. Freisem, B. Higgins, T. Thompson, D. Laprade, F. Ernest, J. Stowell, J. Godsell; second row: E. Gray, R. Glazier, ,B. Clark, S. Day, E. Cuddeback, A. Moreau, E. Guyott, I. Nelson, F. Cushman; third row: D. Glazier, P. Torrey, R. Fitzpatrick, T. Car- hart, B. Taylor, M. Hassan, A. Seaver, C. Allen. Student Council Offers Undercic provided enthusiastic support for Council projects. Formed to promote closer relationships and better understanding between faculty and stu- dents, the Student Council has served to investi- gate student problems and present programs of interest to the student body. As it is the only truly representative group, the council has the responsibility of proposing new rules to the administration. With the assistance of the advisor, Mr. Paul Caouette, the Council began early in the year to prepare a variety of programs for the school. Thomas Rice was elected President, and was sup- ported by Philip Torrey, Vice-President, Anne Moreau, Secretary, and Elizabeth Cuddeback, Treasurer. The Council sponsored two dances and a Christmas Decoration Contest between the four classes. The No-Talent Show was presented in February by the Council, followed by Field Day, which took place in May. The Student Council continued to sponsor two drink machines for student use. Throughout the year, the Council acted on the many proposals referred to it by home room representatives or collected from the Suggestion Box. By continuing to act as the official repre- sentative of the Amherst Regional student body, the Student Council has proven to be a valuable organization. The annual No-Talent Show, presented In February was a council-sponsored Variety of Programs. At Christmas time, the Student Council initiated an interclass Decoration Contest. Front row, from left: J. O ' Donnell, D. Harris, W. Cashin, N. Woodfork, E. Gray, A. Bennett, E. Roetter, E. Fairbairn; Second row; Mrs. Stone, E. Egard, K. Arons, C. Stevens, T. Keedy, P. Feldman, C. Savereid, J. Wagner, E. Langland, C. Ives. Thespians Build an Effective ! Part of this year ' s Christmas assembly was a dramatic reading. Thespian Troupe 1333 presented The Curious Savage by John Patrick in the fall. Thespian Troupe 1333 has done a commendable job this year in the advancement of standards of excellence in dramatic arts, as is its stated pur- pose. Its fall production. The Curious Savage, was praised by all, and for the first time Amherst Regional produced a musical. Bye Bye Birdie, anoth- er success. Also, Amherst hosted the Western Massachusetts One Act Play Contest and entered a play. The Typists, in the competition. Mrs. Kath- ryn Stone became the troupe ' s new sponsor when Mr. John Packard stepped down and has led the troupe well with the assistance of troupe officers —President, George Bentley; Vice-President, Eliza- beth Russell; Secretary, Elizabeth Langland; Treas- urer, Lorna Lamsa. Again this year Thespian Troupe 1333 made pians to sponsor the Western Massachusetts One-Act Play Contest. Tryouts began early for the spring musical presentation. Bye Bye Birdie. i [Drama Program at A.R.H.S. The Typists was Amherst ' s entry in the One-Act Piay Contest. Pep Club, the spirit-rousing organization for students, has completed another excellent year. Mrs. Marjorie Day advised the club A hile of- ficers— Deborah Glazier, President; Gretchen He- bert, Vice-President; Mary Ann Schwartz, Secre- tary; and Steve Simmons, Treasurer— headed up the many activities. These activities involved spon- soring rallies and dances, selling programs and shakers at football games, and providing trans- portation to away games, both football and bas- ketball. One of their major projects of the year was organizing Booster Day. Prizes for the best float and best skit went to the Seniors. Through its participation in numerous activities the Pep Club has done an admirable job of promoting both enthusiasm and good sportsmanship. Pep Club met frequently to discuss plans. Clubs Serve Both School and( The court at the Tri-S Club Dinner Dance included: Anne Moreau, Karen Zwinakis, Nancy Fabian, queen, Elizabeth Langland, Bonnie Bragg, and Colleen McGuirk. Throughout the year Amherst Regional ' s Tri-S Club served both the town and the school with a variety of programs. Led by Nancy Fabian, Presi- dent, Anne Moreau, Vice-President; Holly Bastow, Secretary; and Elizabeth Cuddeback, Treasurer, the club strived to fulfill its duties of Service, Sports- manship, and Scholarship. With the help of the adviser. Miss Betty Lawson, Tri-S members planned their first fall activitiy— the initiation of over a hundred freshmen and sophomores. The initiates were required to attend school dressed in most unflattering apparel and perform a series of physical tests. Plans were soon made to hold a Dinner Dance at the Lord Jeffery Inn on December 8, and fund- raising campaign was launched. Besides paying dues, members also held a paper drive. As a service projects, the club collected used toys and donated them to the Veterans ' Hospital, where they were repaired and resold. Using mon- ey from its treasury, Tri-S donated two aerosol units to Cooley Dickinson Hospital, to be used in treating children suffering from cystic fibrosis. Tri-S once again proved the value of an active service organization. Tri-S Club presented two aerosol units to Cooley Dickins Community. Club officers led drive for used toys at Christmas t Amherst Accents Spirit With Varsity Cheerleaders urge Amherst on to victory. The Varsity Cheerleaders this year have given an enormous amount of their time and effort to stimulate school spirit and en- thusiasm at school games and pep rallies, and they have succeeded in doing so. At the same time they have won the admiration of students of our school and op- posing schools for their spirited and original cheers. The J.V. Cheerleaders have done an admirable job with their share of the cheering, too, and gave ample proof that Amherst Regional will not lack spirit boost- ers in the future. Besides many new cheers, the J.V. Cheerleaders added a ne.w member to their us- ual squad of seven, five-year-old Tracey Drew, their mascot. Both cheering teams practiced Front row: Susan Shea; second r Missing: Carol Oliviera. , from left: Linda Wells, Shirley Thompson, Linda Wright, Gay Ross, Front row, from left: M. Callahan, D. Maxon, B. Guyott; Second S. Day, AA. Russell, J. Ezbiki. J.V. Cheerleader, Sandy Mientka, leads ch game. Twirls, Jumps, and Cheers every day after school to perfect old cheers and invent new ones. The Varsity Cheerleaders spon- sored a fall dance for the football team and later combined efforts with the J.V. Cheerleaders to sell key chains with the 1965.-66 bas- ketball schedule on them. Mrs. Octavia Miller advised both cheering squads. Betty Guyott and Dale Maxson were co-captains of the Varsity Cheerleaders, Barbara Renaud and Sandra Mientka co- captains of the J.V. Cheerleaders. The Majorettes, in their sec- ond year of providing half-time entertainment, contributed to spir- it at our home football games. Led by captain Susan Shea, they also participated in pep rallies and parades at Amherst Regional. D. Drew, N. Kelly, M. Mitchell; Third Students Explore Their Inter si From left, first row: B. Wagner, I. Nelson, J. O ' Donnell, A. Bennett M. Fawkner, P. Mitchelt, R. Brown, S. Williams, B. Koester; second row: J. Agard, E. Stoddard, J. Crowley, P. Feldman, R. Rhodes, D. Oppeinheim, S. Marcus, J. Potash, C. Eshback, J. Wagner, A. Garvey, E. Fairbairn, Mr. Ouimette. Last fall, the Chess Club began its first year as an official organi- zation. Formed to stimulate stu- dent interest in chess, the club met weekly and devoted its time to the further development of members ' skills. Although most of the participating students al- ready were familiar with the game, there was an opportunity for non-playing students to learn. Mr. Paul Judson, math teacher, advised the group and aided them in their playing. The Chess Club planned to challenge other schools in the area and to rep- resent Amherst Regional at chess tournaments. Chess Club members devoted many hours to the game. The French Club was one of the more active organizations this year. In order to provide a pleas- urable means towards the ex- pansion of the students ' oral French, a variety of programs was initiated. About twenty students gathered every two weeks and with the help of Mr. Walter Ouimette conversed only in French. An executive committee con- sisting of Presiden t Denial Op- penheim, Vice-President Judith Wagner, and Secretary Anita Ben- nett planned the club ' s agenda. Programs included discussions with visiting lecturers, color slide presentations, and French Drama readings. At Christmas time, members took part in the joint A.F.S. Club— French Club carol- ing party. Throughout the year, French Club served as an enjoy- able exercise for French-speaking students. French Club members listen interestedly to guest speaker. ests in After School Activities. The formation of the Math Club this year was the result of interest expressed by the students. Ad- vised by Miss Jandris, the mem- bers planned a program that would provide mathematical rec- reation and not merely be anoth- er math class. At their semi- monthly meetings the members participated in mathematical dis- cussions and occasionally one member gave a lecture on some phase of math that interested him. Plans were made for affiliation with the National Math Organiza tion, MAO. Steve Marcus served as President of the club, Kathy Dittfach was Vice-President, and Marjorie Stockwell was Secretary- Treasurer. The Math Club planned programs for the members enjoyment. The A.F.S. Club planned an active fund-raising campaign. Activities Promote Scholarship and I The A.F.S. Club was formed sever- al years ago by students returning from abroad in an effort to promote interest in the American Field Serv- ice. This year, under the direction of Mr. William Ames, the club spon- sored a series of fund-raising events in support of the Students Abroad Program. Early in the year, the club hon- ored the school ' s three visiting stu- dents at an A.F.S. reception. Major money-making projects were a dance and bake sale. At Christmas time, club members went caroling with the French Club. There were two A.F.S. assemblies this year to present slide programs to the entire school. Car- olyn Ives, A.F.S. returnee from Nor- way, served the club as president, assisted by vice-president Elizabeth Gray, the student from England re- siding with the Leo Moreau family. Other officers were Nancy Woodfork, secretary, and Judith Wagner, treas- urer. Guided by these officers, the club worked to stimulate interest in the American Field Service. Delegates to the National Honor Society convention in Longmeadow were from left, Elizabeth Langland, Wilma Cashin, Susan Godsell; standing, Heidi Markert and Roger Rhodes. Susan Godsell and Elizabeth Langland were Amherst ' s two National Merit Finalists. Understanding. The Robert Frost Chapter of the National Honor Society was estab- lished this year, replacing the former honor society. Pro Merito. On February 5, five top-ranking Amherst students attended a re- gional conference at Longmea- dow, Massachusetts, to familiarize themselves with the workings of the society. Then, on March 4, the first members were inducted by the Northampton branch of NHS. Under the advisership of Miss Bet- ty Jane Donley, seniors and jun- iors alike were welcomed into the group if they had attained the the high standards of academic achievement set up by the so- ciety. Early in March, honor students from the senior and junior classes were inducted in the National Honor Society. The Amherst Regional Band rehearsed frequently for its public appearances. Student Musicians Pre Playing in the band was excellent practice for student musicians. Musically talented students enjoyed the opportunity to participate in concerts. The chorus, with a mem- bership of about twenty-five, was directed by Mr. John Maggs. Enlarged by the addi- tion of many new under- classmen, the chorus under- took a vigorous rehearsal program, which served as ex- cellent practice for musically- talented students. In December, the chorus held a joint concert with the junior high choir, and also presented a program of songs at the Christmas assembly. Members were then excused from school to sing at area nursing homes. With the new year, the chorus began to prepare num- bers for spring, and looked forward to singing at gradu- ation exercises. Three mem- bers, Lorna Lamsa, Thomas Rice, and Thomas Keedy par- ticipated in the Western Dis- trict Concert in January. sent Two Concerts. The Chorus sang several effective pieces at the Christmas assembly. The Amherst Regional High School orchestra and band, di- rected by Mr. John Maggs, have spent many hours re- hearsing this year, providing an enjoyable outlet for stu- dent musicians. During the first half of the year, the or- chestra prepared for its March concert. It was hon- ored by having four of its members chosen for the Wes- tern Massachusetts District Concert. Judith Wagner, flute; Barbara Wagner, oboe; Chapin Kaynor, French horn and Margaret Rice, cello, took part in the concert on Janu- ary 15. After playing and march- ing at several of the fall foot- ball games, the band began to rehearse for the March concert. Band members also launched a fund-raising drive for new uniforms. They planned to hold a magazine sale in the spring, and ar- rangements were made to sponsor the Michigan State Concert Choir and Orchestra at a concert in Amherst. Mr. John Maggs met regularly with the orchestra to rehearse for its concert. The Ski Club makes plans for the season. Students Find Enjoyment inj The Amherst Regional Outing Club made an effort this year to attract more students to its trips. Formed by a group of students interested in hik- ing, camping, and other outdoor ac- tivities, the club sponsored several outings on an informal basis. The first hike was a long fifteen- mile trek up AAt. Greylock in Williams- town. This was followed by a shorter ten-mile walk on the Jug End trails in the southwestern part of the state. After these two co-educational out- ings, the male members of the club camped for a night at Pico Moun- tain in Vermont. The club planned more activities for the spring season, guided by its adviser, Mr. Charles Camp. Outing Club members prepare for their winter expedition. Under the advisership of Mrs. Mar- jorie Day and Mr. David Hartwell, the Ski Club had a busy and successful season this year. Instead of taking a long weekend skiing trip the group decided to take several day trips. Among these were many Wednes- day night jaunts to Mt. Tom. The club officers— Philip Torrey, President; Roger Rhodes, Vice-President; Anne Moreau, Secretary; Virginia Harper, Treasurer— planned a January assem- bly with a guest speaker from Mr. Tom ski school and later organized a dance on February 6 to raise money for their activities. Great Outdoors. The Rod and Gun Club served to promote better sportsmanship, gun safety, and conservation among the fifteen boys interested in this aspect of outdoor life. Under the supervi- sion of Mr. Hollis Moore, these stu- dents met once a week and elected Mike Aldrich President and Kenneth Kolakowski Secretary-Treasurer. The club viewed films pertaining to fish and game. Some members at- tended classes in the safe handling of firearms. Special field trips includ- ed an icefishing expedition and cook- out, and a visit to the Savage Arms Company in Westfield. To end the year members planned to enter a trout fishing contest and attend a spring banquet. From left, First row. T. Stanley, J. Walas, P. Carey, C. Ostrowski; Second row; Mr. Moore, Sheerman, P. Watson, M. Aldrich, J. Dempsey, E. Stockwell, K. Vlach, B. Thornton, D. Crossman Clubs Prepare Students The Future Teachers Club this year was directed by Miss Char- lotte Halpin. Club members elect- ed Connie Eshback, President; Heidi Market, Vice-President; Nan- cy Stowell, Secretary; and Patricia Newton, Treasurer. In an effort to learn more about teaching prin- ciples, the club planned various programs throughout the year. Several speakers talked to the club, and discussions were held about teaching careers. Students interested in teaching found the Future Teachers Club helpful for future planning. The Future Teachers Club gained much from discussions with visiting speakers. With the aid of school Nurse Marie MacDonald, the Future Nurses Club initiated a series of programs to learn more about the different fields of nursing and to gain practical knowledge about a nursing career. The club met every other week and elected Jeanne Good, President; Carol Livermore, Vice-President and Ju- dith Gwozdz, Secretary-Treasurer. Regular programs consisted of films and speakers from the field of nursing. Beginning in Janu- ary, the girls assisted the town at the Well Child Clinics. The Fu- ture Nurses planned to travel to Boston ' s Floating Children ' s Hos- pital in March for a tour and a chance to talk with nurses there. By initiating such projects, the club increased the students ' eagerness for a nursing career. : M. Woodard, M. Burroughs, P. Kroner. Second row: A. Barker, Patricia Gwozdz, Continuing its tradition of re- porting school news, the Graphic produced six issues this year. Miss Dorothy Furgeson was advisor to the paper, and Elizabeth Roetter served as editor-in-chief. The Graphic had quite a large staff and added several new facets to the make-up. The paper spon- sored an Amherst Doorway Con- test, in which students were re- quired to identify five distinctive doors from town buildings. The success of these innovations led the staff to believe that Amherst Regional students do support the school newspaper. Although the school ' s member- ship increased, n ewspaper sales did not rise sufficiently to meet production costs, and the staff decided to adopt a new format. A suggestion that the newspaper be incorporated into the Amherst Record was not generally ap- proved of by the student body. Later the staff looked into the possibility of publishing one is- sue for both senior and junior high schools. for Careers. F.H.A. officers ted the club in its many projects. Early in October the Amherst Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America was established with Mrs. Marian Wilson as advisor. The club is a member of the national organization which is dedicated to furthering student interest in home economics. During the first meeting members chose Arlene Ashby for their President, and her assistants were Vice-President, Linda Tulenko; Secretary, Brenda Stoddard and Treasure , Mary Webb. Gladys Stone was elected Assistant Secretary; Bette Atkins, Re- porter; Carol Oliveira, Historian and Wambui Wan- jema. Parliamentarian. In November the Club attended the state meet- ing at Weymouth High School and planned to par- ticipate in the spring meeting at Framingham State Teachers ' College. Plans were also made to send one delegate to the National Convention at St. Louis in the summer of 1966. The ' Future Homemakers had a Food and Gift Sale at Christmas time, selling handmade corsages and other articles as well as baked goods. Mem- bers also sold cook books throughout the year. Various other projects, such as flower arranging, were completed, and members added greatly to their knowledge and skill in home economics. The Graphic staff held meetings to discuss the paper ' s format. In April, Amherst Regional sent four representatives to the Model Congress Convention at American International Col- lege in Springfield. The convention is sponsored by the History Department in behalf of high schools throughout New England and New York. An effort is made to stimulate the actual conditions of the United States Congress. Five members of the junior class vol- unteered to represent Amherst, and there- after met weekly to discuss possible bills. Under the direction of Mr. William Ames, the group decided to propose that the administration of the United States For- est Service be transferred from the De- partment of Agriculture to the Depart- ment of the Interior. Model Congress participants were: Roger Rhodes, Peter Feldman, Steven Marcus, Anita Bennett, and Edward Stoddard. Various Activities Provide Out- The Student Stock Exchange Orga- nization, in conjunction with the Mod- ern Problems classes, teaches students the operation of the stock market and th ' e nature of investments. Led by Michael Page, President; Candy Dur- gin, Secretary; and Diane Bleckwehl, Financial Secretary; the club met throughout the year according to ne- cessity. Monthly balance sheets were sent out to members to inform them of the status of the club ' s investments. Early in the year, SSEO members purchased shares at a dollar per share. After the club had collected $244, members voted to purchase six shares of Korvette stock. Later, after careful study, it was decided to sell those shares and buy five shares of Ampex. Members of the organization waited for the end of the year when they would realize the fruition of their in- vestment. SSEO whenever changes in stock values affected its investments. ' r For the second year in a row, Amherst Regional ' s As Schools Match Wits team won a berth in the semi-finals after four straight wins on Channel 22 ' s quiz pro- gram. The program was initiated several years ago by WWLP in Agawam to give area schools the opportunity to contest on television for scholarship prizes. The four members of the Amherst team and the two alternates were selected early in the year on the basis of a competitive exam. They then met weekly with their advisor, Mr. Laurel Crouse, to prepare for their first match in October. After defeat- ing Ludlow High School on October 8, the team proceeded to two decisive victories over East Longmeadow High and St. Mary ' s of Westfield. In the last match, Amherst won over Minnechaug High School by a narrow ten point margin. For the next three months, the team sat on the sidelines, watching Moderator I Phil Shepardson preside as other area schools matched their wits. The end of the first round came in February, and if Amherst could win in the finals, they would bring home dictionaries and $400 in scholarships for themselves and a lot of honor to their school. From left; first row: C. Ives, E. Stoddard, C. Snoeyenbos, S. Marcus; second row; B. Metcalf, Mr. Crouse, P. Feldman. lets for Student Interests. This year the Great Books Discussion Program was initiated in the freshman class, with about eleven students partici- pating. Its aim was to provide an oppor- tunity for students to read and discuss some of the classical works. Through an exchange of views, participants learned to understand, interpret and share opin- ions. Two adult leaders, Mrs. Ward Motts and Mrs. Naomi Langford asked ques- tions and encouraged examination of the books. Taking part as guest discussion leaders on works in their respective fields were Mr. Walter Ouimette, Miss Betty Jane Donley and Mrs. Virginia Snopeck. Some of the primary works taken into consideration were Vergil ' s Aeneid, The Would Be Gentleman by Moliere, The Pilgrim ' s Progress by John Bunyan and The Overcoat by the Russian author, Go- gol. By meeting as a group every three weeks, the students became acquainted with these and several other major classi- cal works. Freshmen showed interest in the Great Books Discussion Program. Under the supervision of Mr. Ken- neth Marisseau the International Re- lations Club has had a very successful first year. The club was set up on the basis of rotating chairmen with a different member acting as mod- erator each month. Kathy Leonard served as permanent secretary and Howard Richman was head of the committee formed to plan their dis- cussions. Topics that most interested the participants were the Vietnam situation, religious beliefs, and free- dom of speech. Organizations Aid Students The Student Patrol, under the direc- tion of Mr. Laurel Crouse, has the task of monitoring the school ' s cor- ridors during class hours. Members who are volunteers from the senior class, are assigned posts in the hall- ways and must strictly monitor stu- dent movement while classes are in session. This year the captain of the Patrol force is John Grahame. For the first time, members were given badges to distinguish them from the rest of the student body. Designed especially for the organization by Diane Bleck- wehl, the diamond shaped insignia is maroon and white. The Leaders Club consists of a group of boys who have shown out- standing leadership in some phase’of athletics. In addition- to aiding the Physical Education Department in gym classes they also met on their own for practice sessions. The group ' s spe- cial project was the gym show, an annual event a t Amherst Regional, involving performance on the tram- poline, horse, vaulting box, mats, and parallel bars. Philip Torrey served this year as President, Alan Colby and Jerome Crowley as Vice-Presidents, and Craig Wilson as Secretary. The club ' s adviser is Mr. Charles Abram- son. and Faculty. The Audio-Visual Club was formed to acquaint students with the use and maintenance of audio-visual machines. Through their knowledge, the mem- bers are able both to assist teachers using these machines and to partici- pate in such activities as lighting and sound effects for the school plays. Under the supervision of Mr. Bruce Oldershaw, the students met in the A.V. room during their free periods to learn about the equipment. Front row, from left: S. Skillings, M. Fawkner, D. Willcox, D. Anderson; Second B. Thornton, K. Kosakowski, R. Lewis, R. King. : Mr. Oldershaw, From left, front row: W. Clark, D. Jones, C. Potter, J. Crowley, M. Hassan, C. Lehane, C. Wilson, A. Jewett, R. Buzicky, E. Clark; second row: W. Doubleday, M. Aldrich, J. Hobart, T. Bibeau, R. Sandoval, L. Ezbicki, R. Fitzpatrick, E. Battistoni, R. Rhodes, F. Cushman; third row; J. Krawczyk, W. Doubleday, R. Birney, J. Keedy, A. Linnell, S. Sieruta, J. Anderson, T. Dempsey, S. White, J. Doubleday; fourth row: F. Harris, A. Seaver, T. Carhart, C. Gladchuck, J. Ricci, D. Crossman, P. Brunelle, G. Bentley, S. Simmons, R. Chapin; fifth row; Mr. Abramson, Mr. Kneeland, Mr, Ryder, R. Vallee. Football Team Finishes ! The 1966 varsity football team, coached by Mr. Charles Abramson, Mr. Rufus Kneeland, and Mr. Harold Ryder, played eight games this year. The team finished xA ith a record of three wins, three losses, and two ties. Although Amherst finished fifth in the Intercounty League, the sea- son was notable for the enthusiasm of both the players and the student body. AMHERST OPPONENT 6 Mt. Greylock 6 13 Ware 6 6 Arms ’. 6 0 Frontier 20 7 South Hadley 6 36 Pioneer 0 6 Lee 20 8 Mahar 22 Football co-captains Jerome Crowley and Michael Hassan pose with coach, Mr. Charles Abramson The freshman football team was coached by Mr. Robert Lyonnais from the Univer- sity of Massachusetts. The Little Hurricanes played five games, winning one. AMHERST OPPONENT 8 Northampton 20 0 South Hadley 40 0 Athol 36 26 Mahar 20 0 Ludlow 18 From left, front row: D. Gibavic, E. Kenseth, W. Crossman, T. Gralinski, J . Marden, G. Baisley; second row: M. Keyser, H. Harvey, P. Harris, C. Paulin, D. Anderson, T. Aird; third row: Mr. Adams, J. Lee, T. Landsner, S. Kellogg, T. Mulcahy, S. Kenny. Amherst Forms Soccer Club. The Soccer Club was new on the sports scene at Amherst Regional in 1965. Coached by Mr. John Adams, the team met on an informal basis, as it was not yet a member of an official soccer league. However, Amherst has joined the Hamp- shire League for the 1966 season, and will participate in regular league matches. Team members practiced frequently for games with South Hadley, Smith School, Belchertown and Saint Michael ' s. Al- though the team did not win any of its contests, the future looks bright for this group of now-experienced underclass- men. The Soccer Club challenged the faculty game in the fall. AMHERST OPPONENT 50 Athol 61 43 Wachonah 49 60 Smith Academy 86 66 South Hadley 77 60 Saint Michael ' s 81 84 Arms 82 76 Mahar 86 77 Pioneer 64 72 Frontier 68 AMHERST OPPONENT 54 Hopkins 58 66 Smith Academy 89 55 South Hadley 59 57 Saint Michael ' s 98 93 Arms 98 54 Mahar 63 61 Pioneer 55 62 Frontier 68 59 Hopkins 62 i i Basketball Team Shows! ' From left, front row; F. Cushman, R. Buzicky, C. Holden, P. Gfervickas, T. Osborne, F. Harris; second row; S. Bias, G. Baisley, R. Lashway, P. Kosloski, S. Johnson, Mr. Kneeland. Potential. The 1966 basketball Hurricanes, coached by Mr. Rufus Kneeland, finished eighth in the Hampshire League. Amherst record- ed four wins and fourteen losses. High scorer was senior Thomas Osborne. With the help of several talented underclass- men, the team made a creditable showing not always revealed by the score. Am- herst fans viewed exciting games all sea- son long. Amherst players consistently hard fighters. From left, front row: S. Stanpe, R. Sandoval, R. Glazier, R. Roberts, J. Lee, S. Kellogg; second row: S. Johnson, A. Seaver, T. Sheckles, B. Taylor, D. Crossman. Underclass Teams Prepare for From left, front row: C. Kopinto, E. Pippert, B. Higgins, J. Marden, J. Connelly, T. Tudryn, W. Crossman; second row; Mr. Crowley, T. White, R. Bias, S. Eldridge, J. Paige, A. Jaffee, C. Nanartonis, B. Keedy, F. Kielbasa. AMHERST OPPONENT 58 Wachonah 38 35 Smith 52 29 South Hadley 59 60 Saint Michael ' s 42 69 Arms 52 64 Mahar 41 62 Pioneer 47 100 Frontier 75 53 Hopkins 59 52 Smith 82 59 South Hadley 68 66 Saint Michael ' s 67 64 Arms 68 51 Mahar 73 60 Pioneer 54 60 Frontier 63 48 Hopkins 86 Varsity Years. AMHERST OPPONENT 29 South Hadley . . . 64 John F. Kennedy . . . . . . 51 Turners Falls . . . 30 Mahar . . . 34 Greenfield . . 34 Hawley . . . 29 Greenfield . . . 43 John F. Kennedy . . . . . 40 Hawley . . . 49 Mahar . . . 37 Turners Falls , . . 56 From left, front row: P. Watson, M. O ' Byrne, N. Page, B Swartzbaugh, R. Lewis, D. Surrey, J. Tyler; second row; J. Marden, R. Colvin, S. White, 1. Weeks, G. Oberlander, H. Harvey, E. Cutting; third row: R. Cowles, H. Rich man, L. Small, A. Linnell, D. Hastings, Mr. Ryder. Missing; T. Hayden, M. Everson. Swimming Team Has Exciting First Swimmer Jack Tyler fights for first place. Students Are Eager Partici|[ AMHERST OPPONENT 2 Northampton 5 6 Springfield Commerce ... 2 9 Pioneer 4 4 Hopkins 5 1 Saint Michael ' s 2 0 Mahar 6 6 Frontier 5 5 Arms 1 6 Smith Academy 2 2 Hopkins 8 4 Pioneer 3 0 Mahar 4 7 Saint Michael ' s 4 1 Arms 0 1 Frontier 3 From left, front row: W. Clark, F. Cushman, R. Smith, C. Atkins, G. Robitaille, C. Julian; second row: S. Bias, R. Bias, S. Paige, J. Parkinson, S. Foley, D. Glazier, T. Schmitt, R. Wittemore, J. Gillmore, E. Clark, L. Buczala, J. Hugill, E. Stoddard, R. Rhodes, R. Sandoval. pants in Spring Sports The 1965 tennis team was coached by Mr. Paul Judson, and the captain was William Serues. Team members practiced daily, improving their individual skills. Although the team was not affiliated with a tennis league, it participated in five matches. In its first year, the team did not win any games. However, with the addition of two new classes, Amherst looked forward to a fast-improving ten- nis te am. Captain William Serues practices Amherst Excels in Track and AMHERST OPPONENT 100 Holyoke Catholic 31 64 East Longmeadow ... 67 76 Northampton 55 65 Frontier 66 86 Holyoke 45 951 2 Mahar 35’ 2 65 Athol 48 Over forty boys, representing all four classes, showed interest in the track program. From left. Front row: A. Colby, N. Page, D. Eiben, S. Bias, W. Serues; second row: M. Cowles, J. Hanks, A. Jaffe, S. Stanne, M. Holden, S. Johnson, N. little; third row: Mr. Crowley, P. Torrey, D. Mosher, T. Sheckles, D. Holden, L. Weeks, D. Anthony, D. Gage. Field Events. AMHERST OPPONENT 19 Holyoke 44 17 Frontier 44 26 Williansburg 33 24 Northampton 35 25 Cathedral 30 22 Turners Falls 36 20 Arms 40 25 Wahconah 32 40 Greenfield 20 Philip Torrey Amherst ' s fastest Basketball Teams Have ' JUNIOR VARSITY OPPONENT 13 Arms 16 38 Turners Falls 13 27 Greenfield 15 16 Frontier 21 14 Williamsburg 15 8 Pioneer 15 1 0 Arms 26 14 Frontier 26 21 Turners Falls 15 20 Williamsburg 16 21 Pioneer 17 18 Greenfield 16 VARSITY OPPONENT 33 Arms 20 19 Turners Falls 6 35 Greenfield 13 23 Frontier 39 23 Williamsburg 24 25 Pioneer 21 38 Arms 27 21 Frontier 29 41 Turners Falls 25 29 Williamsburg 21 21 Pioneer 17 53 Greenfield 33 Howard, M. Ludke, L. Campbell, J. Stowell, J. Shea, M. Woodard, M. Stanne, J. Knowles, A. Ruder, K. Aldrich; second n Rice, J. Ruder, R. Birney, W. Black, L. Trache, V. Harper, P. McGlaughlin, B Stowtz, C. Wisneski, R. Waldron, C. Cramer. From left, front row; N. Stowell, C. Wagner, S. Godsell, B. Kelly, E. Cuddeback, J. Crossman, N. Woodfork, E. Tyler, J. Crooker, L. Wright; second row: S. Williams, P. Woodard, C. Peters, D. Campbell, N. Jenks, H. AAarkert, D. Clark, K- Zunic, M. Howard, M. Howard, and J. Thompson. Winning Season. The girls ' varsity basketball team had a success- ful season, ending with an excellent record of nine wins and three losses. Liz Cuddeback, with a total of 79 points, was high scorer. Kathy Zunic scored 74 points in seven games to take high honors in points per game. Although the team ' s free throw average left much to be desired. Sue Wil- liams shot a respectable 39% from the foul line to lead the team. Judy Crossman and Sue Wil- liams were valuable to the team on offense as well as defense. Working with Joyce Crooker and Nancy Stowell, they formed a solid defensive b4ock. Sue Godsell and Marcia Howard are to be commended for their continued progress, which earned them the most improved player awards and added to the team ' s overall success. Members of the 1966 girls ' varsity basketball jrked together From left, front row: Miss Titus, J. Jacque, E. Rodgers, K. Murphy, L. Dubois C. Pippert, Miss Lawson; second tow: B. Gnospelius, B. Kelly, S. Williams, I. Nelson, C. Sacco, A. Garvey, J. Crooker; third row: C. Rogers, M. Howard, K. Smyth, N. Stowell, J. Tenney, B. Kelly, E. Sikop; fourth row; H. Markert, C. Pierce, M. Howard, K. Zunic, N. Jenks, J. Gwozdz, B. Ely, J. Hemenway. Girls Enjoy Amherst’s! The 1965 softball team had a slow start, but progressed through the season to finish up with a record of three wins, six losses, and one tie. Leading the team in hitting were Suzanne Wil- liams, Kathy Murphy, and Barbara Kelly. Other outstanding players were pitchers Kathy Zunic and Cheryl Sacco. Nancy Stowell did a commendable job in the outfield and Sue Willizms worked hard as catcher. With a year of experience behind them, the softball players looked forward to a winning season in 1966. ; N. Stowell, S. Williams, K. Zunic, E. Tyler, E. Cuddeback, A. Eiben I. Nelson Sports Program This year eighty enthusiastic seniors and un- derclassmen tried out for the volleyball team. Their only opponent was Pioneer Regional. The combined ninth and tenth grade team won three games and lost four; the J.V. team lost four and won three. The varsity team won four and lost three. The Amherst varsity lost twice to the Pio- neer team, but finally smashed them on their home court. The climax of the season came when the Amherst tournament squad trounced seven other teams ot Amherst courts and handed Pioneer their first defeat on Amherst ground, thus cially the Business Staff members appreciated the becoming champions in the second annual Play Day tournament. Debbie Glazier, Cheryl Sacco and Judy Crossman were ' named to the all-star team. Girls practice setting the ball op for and Eleanor Fairbairn, chai Deloise Harris, layout editor, and Ruth Seligman sign of the book. charge of the layout de- Ruth Brown, Maryanne Schv man, prepared the faculty se Goldbug Staff Adopts New The hard-working photography staff and chairman Bruce Metcalf. iisted of Malcom Chisholm, Wilma Cashi Nancy Stowell and Craig Wilson, Standing, were the sports editors, and with the help of Connie Eschbach and Judith Gwozdz, in the front, prepared the sports section. The activities committee was comprised of Thomas Rice and George Bentley and Janis Durgin were In charge of the senior section. Sally Moreau, chairmen, and Jane Thompson and Eleanor THANK YOU, CONTRIBUTORS The members of the Class of 1966 and especially the Business Staff members appreciate financial assistance given to them by the firms and friends listed below: Henry Adams Rexall Drug Store Cliff Allen, Clothing Amherst Apple Cold Storage Inc. Amherst Branch, Northampton Co-Operative Bank Amherst Cleansers and Dyers Amherst Creamery Co. Amherst Farmers Supply Amherst Laundromat Amherst Record Inc. Amherst Savings Bank Amherst Theatre Ann August Augie ' s Shop Baucom ' s Textbook Co. Blair and Cutting Ins. Agency Bolles Shoe Store Dr. Andrew R. Booth Boyden-Perron Garage Brown ' s Curtain Shop Bruce G. Brown, Attorney Robert S. Brown, Real Estate Burnett and Nash Insurance Raymond W. J. Campbell, Insurance Dr. R. Sheldon Clapp College Drug Store College Town Service Centre Connors Realty Cunningham ' s Paperbook Shop Daily Hampshire Gazette Doleva Poultry Farm T. L. Dorsey, Memorials Douglass-Marsh, Inc. Douglass Funeral Service Dr. Stephen J. Duval William A. Ezbicki, Insurance First National Bank of Amherst Paul T. Ford, Attorney The Gas Lite Giard ' s Barber Shop Gibson Chevrolet Co Gilbert and Haskell Grandy ' s Restaurant Griggs Furniture Herbert ' s Dairy Dr. and Mrs. -Philip Ives Jeffery Amherst Book Store Elder Jones Lumber Corp. Kamins Paint Store Kentfield ' s Dairy Knowles Flower Shop Mitchell Koldy Studio Landry ' s Market LaTresse Hair Stylists Lincoln Realty Assoc. Inc. Lord Jeffery, The Louis ' Foods Inc. Mathews Shoe Store Mientka Inc., T.V. Sales and Service Mill Valley Grist Mill Millar ' s Esso Station Dr. David Montague Dr. Leo Moreau Mutual Plumbing and Heating Co. Hamilton I. Newell, Inc. Gordon F. Neylon, Insurance The Old Mill Gift Shop Peter Pan Travel Dr. E. Richard Post Randy ' s Store Roaring Brook Nurseries Rowe ' s Garage Inc. Russell ' s Store South Amherst Service Center Specialty Gift and Card Shop Top Rail Farm Tripod Camera Shop House of Walsh, Inc. Watrobas A. G. Store Watson ' s Auto Body Wellworth Pharmacy, Inc. Westcott, Inc. Compliments of Amherst Oil Co. 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