Abington High School - Oracle Yearbook (Abington, PA)

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ORACLE ABINGTOIXI HIGH SCHOOL Abington, Pennsylvania ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY PAGE - 25 IVIANY FACES OF ABINGTON PAGE - 5 TABLE GF A THE CONTENTS SPORTS YEAR REVIEW PAGE - 81 PAGE - 157 SENIORS PAGE- 191 A C UMES .1 -.'. Lira -S:-w c tue MANY, FACES QE u e ABI NGTON "To see a world in a grain of sand And a heaven in a wild flower, Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand And Eternity in an hour." William Blake Tot seera nd feet tltediife of Abinngttonmlilifrr School in the faces that follow . . . For what is Abington? The building, the fields, the auditorium, the cafeteria, the classes. the books, the administration, the fac- ulty...the Faces. h ' :f.gf.vv' .x. X ' f , u g:1'.:.,-in a n ,f ,l f 1- Q 14 -- 2 W 1 af' .' .. Lk : -- 101-wg: X ' if ,ffm 11,- vw-4, wgfh xi-fv-' Ljzmepdfi :f.4k-'Egg-235.-24.,5,,,wP' -.W 1: AEM - ' gs , gf- ' w g' 1. m ' f g.,1a'EvQ " , Q1 H I 1 R, 5 12:24 jf, 1 - , HEL, , vi, x...x,,, , ,r - fiiqxgg- iv 4-g"i.g2?fgf! 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Ralph Waldo Emerson ff 094 A iff Footsteps echo through the corridors of time." Henry Wadsworth Longfellow "In thy face I see the rnap of honour truth, and loyaIty." King Henry VI Shakespeare 23 fm Q I jj' 57770 E !!!!!!!! ll !!! WN .-.q,,.. 24 ADMIN IST RATI ON A N D FACU LTY "Let such teach others who themselves excell." T Alexander Pope These seven words speak for themselves. They tell of the dedication and involve- ment required of aaaa a first-rate administra- tion and faculty. One which takes firm actions and stands behind them-whose major concern is the school and The Societv therein. ' Dr. Carl Hoffman Superintendent of Schools BOARD OF SCHOOL DIRECTORS From left to right: Dr. Leslie E. Konkoly, Wm. Cecil Travis, Sr.. Edwin A. Neale, Alan R. Hoff- man, Percival R. Rieder, Esq., Edward C. Kline, President. Dr. Carl Hoflman, Robert E. Nugent Willard R. Bonwit, Mrs. Doris Bunn, Knot pictured: Henry M. Hermannsl. Alan A. Glatthorn Principal Abington High School 3- Wag THE FACES OF ABINGTON Abington High School has many faces. . . - The face of a black student, wanting to change the white man's world, to be recognized as an individual, trying to harmonize the pull of black identity and the struggle for selfhood, wanting to reach out beyond the color line but feeling most comfortable when the white faces had gone away . . . ' The face of an activist, indifferent to hair styles and makeup, hair long and eyes troubled, wondering why others are not touched by hunger in Biafra and war in Vietnam and racism at home, despairing of reaching and shaking those who walked in ignorance . . . The face of a boy who goes to tech school for half a day, jaws set in grimness while in the academic high school, angry that so EHi6fR7viW2T6uilieiifseeiiftwseless,isiifeiiiffiwsisrnafaeceitifocforwiiafheirs-awiwrurvrss s amea+0rw1s1afwekn0wsi+.s1s The face of a girl studying shorthand and typing, a face well scrubbed and hair neatly brushed and a smile set in place, but be- neath the placid exterior some nagging questions about why the school did not place greater value upon her skills and why all the recognition seemed to be given to the college-bound . , . The face of a football player, still carrying some small scars on his face that healed slowly and some scars inside that may never heal, wondering why all the cheering stopped so soon and why was it that November friends could not be found in May or June , . . A face that seemed almost anonymous, of a student who walked the corridors alone and looked straight ahead because there were no smiles of recognition, knowing that five years hence most would see his picture in the yearbook and ask, "Who was that fellow with the glasses?" - The face of a teacher, or a mask rather, set in place when he got out of his car, a mask that said confidence and security and authority, while beneath, the lines around the eyes and mouth said doubt and insecurity and uncertainty, working hard to convince the students that the formulas and dates and names were so important, but late at night when the papers had been marked ques- tioning whether they mattered at all . . . Your face, that you knew so well, yet always looked so strange in the bathroom mirror at seven in the morning, your face that you fixed so carefully so that others could not see beneath it the pain you felt and not even she who was closest to you could know the sense of despair that made you sick to your stomach on those cold winter nights when those mid-years seemed so difficult and so stupid . , . And my face, fixed in the half smile, hoping that students would smile and say hello, worried that I was not known except as a title and a voice over the PA system making stuffy speeches about moderation and loyalty. the half smile masking an anxious frown of frustration that l was not able to do more for the school I soon would leave . . , Abington was all these faces and more, each different, each showing or masking some deep frustrations, disappointments, anxi- eties. And yet as you look back through these pages you remember the good times most of all. You remember when someone reached out and touched you. You remember the fun of football games and senior play and prom that for a while at least helped you forget the pain. You remember that teacher who made a difference because he understood without your having to say the words. You remember those times when the pieces of learning began to fit together and you feltqthe strange excitement of real discovery. You remember when someone looked beyond your face and saw your soul. And you remember most of all the simple joy of seeing and knowing and being with the other faces of Abington. Allan A. Glatthorn, Principal 27 vi i Mr. Norman Schmid Principal South Campus Mr. Damenic Lessa Administrative Assistant South Campus N THE OFFICE... Mr. William Lucian Assistant Principal South Campus VZ' aff ..f"" 'riaiff Mr. Erwin Albrecht Assistant Principal North Campus Mr. Daniel Turner Associate Principal North Campus Mr. John Skilton Principal North Campus Mr. John H. Althouse Guidance Chairman South Campus GUIDANCE One might ask the question, where would the Abington sen- ior be without the Guidance Department. The answer is ob- vious - Chaos. The Guidance Department, headed by Mr. John Althouse, has organized everything from rosters to Col- lege Entrance Examination tests. Mrs. Kathryn Holgate, Mr. Robert Dentel, Mrs. Muriel Oster- man, Mr, David Shenton, and Mrs. Ramon Lantz are the back- bone of the South Campus guidance staff. This staff is effi- cient, friendly, and helpful: without them we, the seniors, would be totally lost. They present us with ideas for colleges and knowledgeable advice. At North Campus, Mr. Ben Monticciolo heads the Guidance Department. His staff members are Mr. John Armstrong, Mr. Leo Awad, Mr. Roy Corkadel, Mr. Samuel Russell, Mrs. Norma Graytock, and Miss Flhoberta Wolf. These people daily tackle the horrendous job of scheduling a 17-modular day to form an effective schedule. It is obvious that the Guidance Department, the nerve center of student direction, is worthy of accolade. ...effk Mr. David Shenton South Campus Mr. Leo J. Awad North Campus 30 wan wr-ww ff ww fm :rw ff gf x Mr. John Armstrong, North Campus Mr. Ben Nonticciolo Guidance Chairman North Campus ff an lie ,W - r 'Wit V. ,. Mr. Robert Dentel Mrs. Ramon D. Lantz South Campus South Campus 31 Mrs. Kathryn L. Holgate South Campus 4 Miss Rhoberta Wolf xi my 4 N orth Campus 32 n F , at ' K 1 p ,i .V 14,91 ,- ' - Mrs. Muriel S. Ostman South Campus Mrs. Norma Graytock North Campus Mr. Samuel Russell South Campus Mr Roy Corkadel North Campus S X R 'Fi ' , , ..f., ,wa fx-Xmx r V in K 1 . X, " 5 X rr V --XY" J ' A , .Xr ' wg MX gt: MAX ' am' -fr .A . 1.- ,X.rrqf.r,, Nw.. X :- gfeakzhf , X A vi 'A K . ' .. . ' Q.lM'f J ' ' WV, .- XS ' Xp " Ywws '- ' .Xa J 'Rf' , ' X l QX . Nw gm? A -X K X , , . , f X' ra f f A M X A Xw'fGv2i:m. . jXg:.g-Sw sm. 'W 'Nw' x X N is -ri X ,N .X XX, fX, we is -X X r S-M if-X X X K wx Q 3-A if 4- X wr .. X . ,1 N- X.-xv X evra' X . r?X RXM N MSXXSKNWN I WM I 4 Vw. Miss Mary McFarland South Campus Mrs. M. Rupp South Campus 34 Mrs. Eunice Bohlander South Campus Miss Janet Ankrum South Campus icy if Mrs. Jerry Sproesser North Campus Miss Elizabeth Snowdon North Campus SICK BA Y Emergency 351 N Mrs. Ethel Murphy . ...MAN ivkk K 'KM 1-..,"'. ""--Q... ,....---1 Mrs. Janet French 36 MM Ka? Mrs. Virginia Berkley Mrs. Pauline R. Carroll, Supervisor Mrs. Pauline Carroll acts as supervisor for a fine unit of nurses and nurses' secretaries in the Health Suite. These women are prepared to administer all aspects of first aid. Motivated by a deep belief that a healthful body is essential to a mentally alert mind, these women are ever-ready to give aid and relief to the students in need. iff 59 vmilictg Mrs. Janet Hart 37 Mrs. Elizabeth Estrin isis? V, .. Mrs. Jane Eakle. South Campus. goes over final instructions with Mrs. Edna Gilly. BEHI D THE SCENE. . . She organizes the daily schedule: she screens visitors: she acts as an administrative assistant: she is the first impression a visitor has of the building: she is The Secre- tary. Most secretarial positions are nine to five jobs with an hour off for lunch. Those who serve in this capacity here frequently work longer and even take work home. To be a good secretary, one must have intelligence. patience. and a knowledge of the whims of her adminis- trator. To be a good SCHOOL secretary, one must have an understanding and versatile personality. Fortunately, the women at Abington easily meet the criteria above. ff i .. 2 , . . 4 A A 7 M, aa"- 15' .wwf . ,,,, , V K :xx . wha W' Mrs. Carolyn Dresch, South Campus, acts as the front guard for Mr. Lucian fri, .sf , , 4 W., ,W V, ., Mrs. Jane Hutchinson, North Campus, signs a reiease slip -' ' ' L ss., . ,ir ,, .amy t ,aw Q Miss Joan Usher, North Campus, is, as usual, keeping up with attendance cards. Mrs. Patricia Noone, North Campus, checks on appointments. Mrs. Lillian McEihone, reviews schedules. 9' Mrs. Loretta Killian phones in Guidance material. 5 Miss Nancy Frith is new to North Campus this year. . . . THE SECRETAR Mrs. Hellen Thompson prepares another transcript HAPPINESS IS 0 I 0 cy Woodcock refers to perm . . . WORKING IN THE OFFICE Mrs. Betty Ducsik notes absent slip. Mr. Edwin Nagel South Campus-Chairman South Campus Art Department, under the direction of Mr. Edwin Nagel, planned and carried out many activities this year. The students studied the fundamentals of art and worked in many mediums. Different techniques included drawing, painting, graphics, and sculpture. For the enrichment of the students, the department sponsored field trips to the Barnes Foundation, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. the Phila- delphia Museum of Fine Arts, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Mr. Anderson's Art I classes at North Campus also went on several of the trips. o N if New-A gs Mr. Gary Sproesser I . In i 3 K 'r,r I South Campus 7. 1 ...ZW 'f - I . 7,55 ,A 42 ,fn 5 1 fi 4 is f lf ? 2 Y, l 'f 2 N . "'Zgt.x,vA'm, 0 0 . if .Qi J X . sk I I I K .A in-,IQ 531 -f g Q? . V' f 1' 0 l,,2iy 1'rj 4 ., is ' V- --kl I Y t x M., , if. 3 t-1 s, ' 4 , ,V ', vm . ' ' ,S -, xf J ,,..L "' y 3. It ' V' A Q t- ,, F xl ,. w ' A ,,,,, ..-. - .p 3 it E ifs Q fFNr"zas.wf f , L Q r W MN iff? if ,La E' ,.'f.fr it A f , K il -j ,, H. , i f A MH, ' tl I gf f ,V v , ' 'f fy , L, La f K, , . xv, I ,' rf ,N A g yif5"'C" A i li' H ,, , l to ' fi . l A .l ' X 1 It ,ww . +4 f f - , fx. 'WS' ' 9" E lf' f ART DEPARTME1 Mr. Robert Anderson North Campus-Chairman S 2 52 E.,-0+-wmsv 43 Mrs. Leslie Martin North Campus 1 QE.,-N Mr. Charles Roberts South Campus Chairman College bound or moving into the business world, Abington's Department of Business meets the de- mands of all students. It truly has a comprehensive curriculum. Introductory courses in Accounting and Business Law serve well in preparation for those considering the pursuit of a business administrative degree. Voca- tional learnings in the secretarial field are satisfied through courses in Typing, Shorthand, Transcription. and Office Practice. Department Chairman is Mr. Charles Roberts who is one of the few really indispensible individuals with- in our high school. Not only a department chairman. he also is involved in school finances and class scheduling. Miss Elsie Myers South Campus gwrx Mrs. Madeline Coyne South Campus Miss Dorothy Lemmert South Campus 44 I VVLVV in Mr. Robert Miller Mrs. Jean Lamb SOUTH Campus North Campus Chairman rx w4w4 wx Miss Jane McDonald South Campus Mrs. Mary Felton North Campus Mr. Frank Sauter South Campus Mr. Albert Wright "W 'Mr. Ray Reber North Campus South Campus 45 it m 9' yy 4 uf! ,AM ? f E: f M155 X Q er Allen E GLISH DEPARTMENT 46 ie t, ff- iii' Mr. Merritt Hughes Mr. Thomas Connor North Campus South CamPl-IS English is not dead: it is alive and well in Abington High School. Electives in dramatics, semantics, journal- ism, and European literature represent only a few of the many faceted courses offered in this department. To be sure, the fundamental and required courses in literature, composition, and grammar are not over- whelmed by the glamor, for to be able to appreciate Kafka and lbsen: a student should be able to compose a complete and exciting sentence himself. Diversified approaches in teaching this subject are represented by the varied techniques of such teachers as Mrs. Elaine Zimmerman, Mr. James Giordano, Mrs. Edna Bullock, and Mr. Charles Schneller. Educational philosophies and attitudes run the gamut Miss Frances Crawford we Sf- Miss Mary Styles Miss Mary Ambler South Campus South Campus 47 North Campus Reading Chairman from conservative to liberal in pedantic methods. Thusly, the Abington student receives a kaleidoscopic view of English and its derivatives. Mr. Hugh Gilmore North Campus Humanities mm Mr. Alex Woodley North Campus Mrs. Bonnie Tanner South Campus i X Mr. Jeffrey Walker North Campus Mrss Patrrcra Harvey South Campus Mrs. Ilona Cisik Mrs. Joan Stern North Campus North Campus .t:. K... ' kk"" F ,1'k 48 Mrs. Maureen Trese North Campus g r Mrs. Ann Lockwood North Campus Mr. Paul Beaver Mr. Dale Jones Mr. Richard Gaggin South Campus Reading North Campus North Campus Mrs. Hilda Tuthill North Campus Mr. David Stiles North Campus Miss Phyllis Bimby Miss Ellen Messing . ' North Campus North Campus Miss Judith Gray North Campus 49 Mr. John Buzas 29' N5 YW Special Education South Campus ff? ,fa -5 K ag? Mrs. Edna Bullock South Campus Mrs. Mary Church Mrs. Catherine Grunden South Campus South Campus MMA' kwa, Miss Rosemary Fanti South Campus Mr. Murray Bosniak North Campus Mrs. Antoinette Schultz North Campus A A 50 Mrs. Nan Taggart South Campus Mrs Libby Rhelnhold South Campus Reading Center Mrs. Christine Krumperman North Campus t .LZ E 3 f , ,fi 'P ' 2, W 1' KM- ,far gm Miss Judith Flinchbaugh ,M ,rrt fi 5 Mr. Frederick Browne South Campus South Campus Mrs. Renee Feinman South Campus if 'iff-k 1 ,gw 5 Llfv v f -355' f Q . A . Mrs. Janice Zuckerman .',- -- North Campus 51 Mr. Gerald Alpaugh South Campus F OREI G Miss Helen Black South Campus Chairman Mr. Vincent Pezzullo South Campus Miss Ethel Chew North Campus P Mr. Don Royster South Campus .l Miss Louise Hlvely North Campus Miss Alberta Lang Mr. Joseph Procino South Camp'-IS North Campus Chairman 52 LAt GUAGE Mr. Edward Wilk North Campus Mrs. Martha Mcllvaine South Campus Quo vadis? Je ne sais pas. Romantic and Germanic languages are offered to students at Abington. Verbalizing Latin, French. Italian, Spanish, Russian and German rival each other at the southern end of the second floor in South Campus. Directed by Miss Helen Black, coordinator of Foreign Languages, South Campus concludes the three or four year program initiated by Chairman Joseph Procino in North Campus. Both staffs use innovations and modern tech- niques in presenting their materials to their classes. Audio-Visual Aids, such as filmstrips. tape recordings, records, and movies demonstrate the linguistic artistry in being proficient in a second language. Waist Mr. Don Albert North Campus 53 Mr. Melvin Cades North Campus WHS, Mrs. Esperanza Galshack South Campus Mr. Vincent Barone South Campus HOME ECOl OMICS DEPARTZWENT Miss Jane Davis Mrs. Georgia Clemens South Campus 54 South Campus-Chairman Qu Mrs. Diane Furniss North Campus Mrs. Gertrude Trusal North Campus-Chairman Mrs. Gloria Harrar North Campus Eggs benedict and Simplicity dress patterns, Vogue Maga- zine and Better Homes and Gardens represent the involvement of those students electing Home Economics. Chaired by Miss Jane Davis and Mrs. Gertrude Trusal, the department attempts to instill in its students proper procedures in home and child care, food planning, and interior decorating. Some see these courses as time-fillers: they are. in fact, a N if science. Mrs. Jacqueline Siderio, Mrs. Diane Furniss, Mrs. E Gloria Harrar. and Mrs. Georgia Clemens are constantly at work to impress upon their students the advantages of perfection in f home duties. 55 DUSTRIAL ART Mr. Robert Esposito North Campus Fifteen years ago it was called Shop: today the fancy title is Industrial Arts. Much has changed in the interim. The courses are much more sophisticated. Consider the options: Mechanical Drawing. Graphic Arts, Introduction to Power and Metal, and Aero- Space Science with a genuine simulator. 5 Mr. Robert Rapp, Mr. Edward Smith, Mr. William Grun, Chairman. and Mr. Robert Esposito represent but a few of the dedicated men in this department who attempt to instruct students in the proper and correct combination of hands and intellect in achieving a mechanical or physical goal. Mr. Bert DiPauI mlig Q sun Mr. Ronald Kasper North Campus I -M-ff9,g,,w A ' f. mit ,X . Ya i x M ff v ' "Q , - f G, W .Q g,, ,. B 7 u o i -4f' ' -2' u Mr. Ellwood Smith South Campus -an 'W'-HI-nv , Nj Mr. Martin Hubley Mathematics Chairman, South Campus Mr. Dayton Kreider South Campus Walking down the hall, the visitors listened intently to the student guide. She was telling of the Abington mathematics program, a sequential course of studies beginning in kinder- garten. The plan is to provide up-to-date courses for students of all ability levels. A student completing the regular R-Mathematics program is thoroughly familiar with polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions and has a solid background in plane geometry. The total program conforms to that recom- mended by the Commission on Mathematics of the College Entrance Examination Board and the School Mathematics Study Group. Especially able and interested students have the opportunity to excel and take calculus or a course in computer theory in their senior year. The chairman. Mr. Martin Hubley, prides himself on being alert to new schools of mathematical thought and method. Mr. Edward Peppel North Campus Sth Mr. Philip Trump North Campus 58 MA THE- MA TICS Mr. Raymond Rauenzahn South Campus Mrs. Lillian Rau Mathematics Chairman, North Campus 5 MQW Mr. Robert Loehrig North Campus Mr. Miksa Mechlowitz South Campus Mr. Paul Molnar North Campus 59 Mrs. Saundra Mr. Rodney Rathbun South Campus Freedman North Campus Mr. Jean Trees South Campus Miss Mary L. Fisher South Campus 1 . kg is Mr. Vincent Guminski North Campus 60 rf 7 rv'-f,-1iw21Q1zy.fff-1,-wffzsifile:MQW:.s2iiw1sS2eQifsg2W2?i2:fs+2128-w'mvggiisgkilsffi-821452 " i -ie , RQ-sezgvygagsii :Li fi , 'S .Q f' , -:'5g53i?ii1Si??i K xii?-yfgiilf:.if5'1.ZE!ifV4?i5 Qi: fm S - 2 f f 1 SX 'Y f -:S ' 5 f,g!S':L1' 111- K .EX W1 5' lifigif. i lm? ht" Q ' -f H- S f S . - - 21:-,?iiT.Q. . u -wwfki l. Q-SQN ZET . x- 'Z f: '?':. vi 4. 'Q Ama. 5 v f r M... Wwww-v , , , , WN S C ,, .. M--'N' W .www .V qvmmm Mr. Donald S. Willoughby South Campus M . . ' ' ' S Lows Pe""e'd Mr. Richard D. Brady South Campus South Campus Mr. Brian Reiff North Campus Mr. Paul Swedberg South Campus 61 Mrs. Pauline Edwards North Campus Mr. William Miller South Campus ..: l 'Q .wa-2 ss . . my Lawf- Sigiaffllft 151 . . 3. by re f 5555? " Y 2 I-'Yiiifffiifs Sgr, -. V 4 . ar J ' 'N X x N az., nfzfn ' xfm-'fFQ'-Q t Qrr - if x q,,. Q eik. . M ,1 5- 'N g Q ' nf' 'f' xx? A Q P E , 3' F , 'f 3.55 Z 3:.iF:'E'-'- Mr. John Mirsch North Campus Eff.-f. St. if ir. Mrs. Susan Weston North Campus Mr. Richard Keiser North Campus 5 . 62 Miss Lois Osman North Campus ,W,,,fr .' "EMI J K ri 74, 5 rf r my ' Agrf,,.! . , -fain. A 5 iw 02 2 12 5 S w,m:w:,f-W' H , E5 gg,- f r re r f, ,,,f ,,:,,.A ,. V - PFW Mrs. Adrienne Welch North Campus Mr. Harrison Nace South Campus Mr. Lester Shade North Campus USIC Music at Abington has grown and become a major part of the school. The vocal music head of South Campus, Mr. Harry Purcell, has produced fine singers and beautifully directed chorus. The Abington High School Marching Band is a constant winner in the show divisions in contests. A highlight of this year was the half-time performance of the Band at Franklin Field during an Eagle's game. They were heralded as the most exciting group on the field that day. The members spend nearly two hours daily in practice. They are lead by Mr. Ralph Ward. Mr. C. Lester Shade is director of orchestration, Mr. Nelson Gable, Instrumental Music: and Mr. Harry Mechell, Vocal Music. Mr. Ralph Ward North Campus and South Campus Ju. Robert Owen and Rebecca Shulson District singers Mr. Harry Mechell North Campus ill-r Us 2 f' u Yr Q JE 'Q ffl' Mr. Harry Purcell South Campus 1 r . 3, ' iw: f , H r A' . H' f'?Vf,T" ,, ' 2252 I 1' I 3 ,f r A ' 'mf ' .iii Q l V 2. w . 1' f 1' L Q " '.ff ,.,'uxi, 51 2 4 , .f . , 2 , 1 4 2 4 Y R I , Q , R i . ! 1 ' B 1. A ggi . , " my elif ' I W 9 ' H V J , f b " 1 . M ' "" - ' 1: A, + . ZW, ,, 4 M H , My 1 . ' ,ri L 5 , . ,V . y' "f ' ,, " ' M I " vw. wi vw - , 3fr, , if ' ww ' A N , 'Y " , M , , V .,,, frfvaaxazi' 14? ,yy , , Nwff , , ,,,. , ,QM ,,Q,,,,,.w, , fue", ', ' ua. f, ,uf ' 'D ,W ' J V ,, , ' . f ,L .N kr' ', - ' , Wi.1+f,f,w 'f ,, M ff Va ' , M' 'L if 'H 5'AE'Mf 1' -' "'ir,1'm'5, 3" ' -' fzfi uf A V W if M ' 353' ' , W 1 gifs W ffm fl' f' f3'xtf.f,':" '- F, ,gf.jfg'i5-'-,sf ffm aff' I uv i nl cw ,wwf ,if "1-fr fn :3kgqf5P'W, 5 , i .wi5?1gw534v,fVMyp,3 J., 1 1 11 A,,.z ,gf ,V fx. WV.: , H .K W ,, ,, ,g ,V Y My y W Y, y xi ef .I an -1ffi'1w'2 W Q Lf" gvifff' 2 ' if ' ' , ' f22?'n'Zvf'U1ff " ' Q ' A, .1 V 4 f"A f 4 V, ', f ' My fT'aYa,!. yf'f ' QV XV 3199 My diff V ses, riff Mr. Raymond Coleman Physical Education Chairman South Campus Controversy has always revolved around the validity of a physical education curriculum in today's comprehensive high school. Yet, upon consideration of the social, emotional growth and physical well-being generated and stimulated by such courses as Health Education, GirI's Dance, Adapted Physical Education, and Aquatics, it becomes obvious that Physical Education plays an essential part in the total development of today's youth. YSICAL Mr. Joseph Shumock South Campus Mr. Robert Schneck South Campus EDUCATIO ,- , ,,,,, awww-3? M Z Mr. John Metzgar. Physical Education Chairman. North Campus Mr. Morris Jackson. North Campus Mr. C, Alan Lusch, North Campus Mr. Anton Stanis South Campus 67 Miss Theresa Pletz South Campus Mr. James Wilkinson South Campus Miss Jane Oswald South Campus Miss Carlotta Schaffer South Campus Mr. Richard Koch South Campus Mrs. Dorothy Lemcke South Campus My Mr. Robert Stout South Campus Chairman of North Campus Physical Educa- tion, Mr. John Metzgar and Mr. Wallace Miller check schedules. 69 Miss Edna Scott North Campus iii ,i. e 555 s,,,'S They looked on intently as the breeze shook and finally dis- turbed the pollen buds: which were then carried away by the air current . . . The teacher first placed 5 cc's of water in the beaker and then 5 cc's of carbon tetra-chloride. Students watched as one drifted slowly to the bottom while the other hung suspended halfway. This represents but two of the many opportunities which are afforded scientific minds to delve into the mysteries of the physical, chemical, and biological world. Miss Karen Lake leads and challenges her fellow members in intellectual curiosity and self-advancement in a field of study which is constantly in flux. Miss Karen J. Lake Science Chairman South Campus Mr. Vincent Di Donato North Campus Mr. David Sharp North Campus Mr. Samuel Stewart South Campus Mr. Donald Ivey North Campus Mr. C. Ross Todd Mr. Richard Lang South Campus South Campus 70 Mr. Richard Butler South Campus SCIENCE Mr. Richard Bell Acting Chairman, North Campus Mr. Samuel Roeder South Campus Mr. Robert Moss North Campus Q Mr. Stephen Ewall North Campus 'Y I Miss Joan D. Bateman South Campus Mr. Howard E. Boyer South Campus Mr. Glenn Jones North Campus 71 1-Y--1-. ,- rn. 5 MN Mrs, Sandra Pizzolatto Mr. Robert Cumings North Campus South Campus Mrs. Helen Ferree North Campus Mr. Stanley Shorb North Campus Mr. Roger Moss. North Campus Mr. Robert Alden North Campus X. A ' S' 3 r N 'SFSQU KK stjli gf 'X imffas is Mssf.. , m.. . H 3 R ,. ,tt 5 fx .9 9 fx' -fi r XJ -'ri Mr. Oliver Bullock North Campus Mr. Richard Lang. South Campus Mr. Stephen Ewall North Campus Mrs, Lucille Markowitz North Campus 73 Mr. Richard Thomas South Campus Mr. Harvey Bomberger North Campus . .fgmm-m.....,.f.,W .W , ., . ,M f' gn .K gm! Miss Florence Benjamin Social Studies Chairman, South Campus Mr. Don Casto South Campus Mr. William Haynes South Campus Miss Vicki Daub 74 fi? X WL A' W Q Viet Nam, Apoio XII, ollution, Caesar's I gions, Black Panther, Totalitarianism, and G. N. P. are famil' r words and concepts presented to the social studies student., Miss Florence Benjamin, Coordinator of Social Studies. K-12, is ablely supported by such distinguished educators as Mr. J. Robert Rorison, Mr. Robert Schell, department head at North Campus, and Miss Nancy McHugh to name but a few. Courses range from Anthropology to European History to Sociology. The department is noted for its Advanced Placement courses. While maintaining high standards in course presenta- tion, the teachers are constantly striving to relate past events with topical issues. ,.J""K Mr. Raymond Vernon North Campus Mr. J. Robert' Rorison South Campus South Campus ln-. SOCIAL STUDIE Mr. Robert Schell Mr. James Gavaghan Social Studies Chairman, North Campus North Campus Miss Nancy McHugh South Campus Mr. Darrell Jackson North Campus Mrs. Carmen Pezzullo South Campus Mr. James Rose North Campus Mr. Donnon McGinley. South Campus Mr. John Hatton North Campus Mr. Charles Pawhng South Campus Mr. John Worthington North Campus Mr. George Lyshon South Campus Mrs. Anne Roberts South Campus Miss Susan Hambright North Campus Mr. Norman LaMarr North Campus Mr. Barton Young South Campus 77 Mr. Ronald DeShon North Campus Mr. William Miller North Campus Mrs. Margaret East South Campus f X Mr. Barry Friedman South Campus 78 Miss Grace Davis South Campus .fy .N 'M-..,,n. hill Mr. William Powell. North Campus Mr. Martin Baranoff North Campus ,txt ,nd Mrs. Judith Turnbull North Campus Mr. Charles Tremer North Campus Q--""" XX XV, , W by , Efvlyf ,tj K , 3L:.,1,., M ,fy ,,..n-1 -gf M. ,, x , so 19' , . ,,,, .. .Mf Ml" THE YEAR IN REVIEW 'As many nights endure Without a moon or star, So will we endure When one is gone and far." A Leonard Cohen Another school year is over and another agraeluateel, lt fellewedathe pat-A tern of other years. Changes and achieve- ments included the dress code, an unde- feated football team, The Brick and the Rose, A Student Council Concert, a new and improved Abingtonian, new library cards and band uniforms. It was more than just another year, this was our year, the year of the Class of 1970. JUNIOR ORIENTATION On September 4, 1969, the Class of 1971 first entered the hallowed halls of South Campus. They were met by the eager Sen- iors ofthe Junior Orientation Committee formed by Student Council. Throughout the day, the '71er's were indoctrinated by every- one from Dr, Glatthorn to Nlr. Lessa to Student Leaders to their personnel Senior Guides. The quick tour of the building that was on the schedule provided a rough idea of the location of the library, the "S"-Wing, and the all-essential lavatories. This program, headed by Hank Ford and hard-working Susan Jane Kaufmann, proved to be a great success: as one lost Junior said, "lt's a nice place to visit, but I wouldn't want to live here!" 82 M' J . W , ff 2 I iv '.:ffZei Z ' fi Y,-KWQQ Q-1' THE VARSITY CHEERLEADERS ARE: C. Leedom, L. Palisca, C. Brown, M. Murphy, S. Lomady, K. Copeland, D. Stephens, D. Keller, V. Lee, G. Allen, and P. Clark, not pictured. PEP RALLIE , CHEERLEADERS, SPIRI T. . . JUNIOR VARSlTY CHEERLEADERS: Row 1: C. Fisher, G. Silverman, C. Priest. Row 2: V. Perrel, B. Bell, S. Flneberg, R Kurtz, D. Klosak, F. Kernan. Row 3: P. Clark, G. Kemner, J. Camtell. 84 55, TSW we New I 5 . as whim -ff Y . A NUMBER ONE CUMBINA TION Q. ..g, Edward Allenp most outstanding backman in the Cheltenham game, and Linda Palisca, captain of the cheerleaders. A smiling Connie Brown - 1970 Football Queen. THE TR UPHY DA N CE Robbie Gearhart, most outstanding lineman in the Cheltenham game, and date, Lynne Bolger Junior Attendant Mimi Murphy and escort, Jim !VlacKIeer, THE QUEE ' C0 RT Football Queen, Connie Brown and escort, Eddie Allen. - ,, 'l I AM? ff 4, f EZ ' W'l . Darlayna Stephens and escort, Ricky I son Cindy Leedom and escort' Bob Weber' Patsy Clark and escort, Kevin Mailey. lf Linda Palisca and escort Robbie Gearhart. 87 ' -. v ii Aww Q, COLOR GUARD Row 1: F. Savage, N. Benner. Row 2: L. Argenbright, M. Fast, J. Weber, L. White, M. White, D. Lang, P. Bremier, P. Ray, B. Kiotzbach. RIFLE :wr is Row 1: D. Arms, J. Yeager, K. Sergant, K. Wotlernate, D. Martin, R. Bucci, K. Hoch. Row 2: S. Lee, B. Pell, W, Kinlaw, M, Eben, K Hubley, B. Abbott. L. Frunzi. 88 Clarinet: M. Black, B. Davison, R. Gutknecht, D. Kurtz, L. McAfee, P. Myers, J, Rosenwald, J. Sorkin, K. Wolfe, B. Brown, D. Boutcher C. Crouthamel, C. Cotman, T. Deans, C. House, S. Hower, B. Magison, D. O'Hagen, L. Schmidt, B. Shank, C. Spahn. M. Weinberg, K Hoover. R. Spencer, J, Slobodzian, D. Stiglich, R. White, R. Zschunke, Saxophone: B. Hann, C. LaCroix, B. McKeever. J. Saddington S. Merry, W, Midyer, R. Kalehoff, M. Fleischer, A. Foote, J. Armstead, B. Evans, D. Mueller, R. Eickoff, Flute: S. Ageldinger, W. Bartlett S. Baver, A. Bishop, J. Bogenrief, E. Herscher, J. Hockman, B. Kranzer, B, Verbeck, P. Headley, D. Rementer, D. Shimmin, Cornet: J. Burgess, J. Campbell, L. Henry, C. McCIung, R. Tidwell, G, Aungst, R. Charles, K. Crawford, P. Gallagher, R. Hayes, T. Klemm, M Soloman, J. Schroeder, P. Stolvoort, B. Davis, B. Copeland, K. Weisel, Trornbone: R. Kinard, B. Koch, P, Rodberg, G. Matha,J. Donecker G. Nevgil, G. Schenk, P. Wittmer, Baritone: S. Brown. C. Dormandy, C. McKeown, F. Roberts, C. Steel, P. Beck, J. Claflin, R. Sage, R Stoddard, Drums: M.'Hodge, J. Linn, B. Miller, J. Supplee, L. Wilensky, P. Appel, D. Bresler, H. Clare, Sousaphone: R. Ashlock, M. Gor- don, W. Roberts, G. Adler, A. Bacher, T. Clayton, B. Gable, M. Durkin, Bells: L. Betz, M. Murray, C. Pulli, French Horn: M. Manstein N. Edwards, R. Tolsma, Drum Majors: R, Andrews, B. Miller. Row 1: J. Saurman, L. Straushiem, N. Roehm, D. lanna, S. Dougherty, N. Bauer, G. Kahmar. Row 2: K. Eberman, S. Jeffreys, C. Bierman, D. Ray, L. Freeze, B. Weston. 89 O C C I Row 1: S. Hileman, Pat Shaft, S. Armstrong. Row 2: J. Detlaff, B. Evans, L. Leidich, N. Marguisity. Row 3: J. Bogenrief, L. McAfee, E. Parker, C. Leedom, L. Paliska, P. Clark, C. Crosley, S. Dougherty, Z. Snyder, C. Brown, Miss Daub. Row 4: P. Napolean, D. Teasdale, S. Halpern, P. Wirta, S. Oughton, C. Lutz, S. Kaufmann, M. Shuman, M, West, N. Edwards, Though not as well supported as the boys, the girls' teams at Abington High also work hard to preserve the athletic record. G.l.A.C. - Girls lnterscholastic Athletic Club - is open to those girls who have received a varsity letter in any of the various sports, including tennis. hockey, basketball, lacrosse, and swimming. Proj- ects for the year include an alumni volleyball game, and blankets for the cheerleaders and football team. The club is led by President, Linda Deidich and sponsor, Miss Vicki Daub. SPIRITED '7O: Row 1: C. Cook, G. Kahmar, D. DePaul, P. Wirta, Row 2: C. Brower, D. Motter, E. Shaw, C. Reet, C. Smith, A. Bishop, B. Kranzer, C. Parsons, R Bunting. D. Purpura, P. Grace, S. Wilde, L, Krauss. I, Dashevsky, N, Margusity, J. Dettloff, L. Argenbright. Row 3: R. Gutknecht, E. Wicker, P, Humphreys, G. Kin- back, J. Briner, S. Avera, L. Whitham, B. Weston, S. Jones, S. Rementer, R. Ulman, G. Hause, S. Heller, C. Weymith, L. Schnept, J. Oswald, C. Whisman, B. Young N. March, K. Myers, C. Faulkner. Row 4: J. Bogenrief, C. Cooper, N. Jensen, P. Magison, E. Reynolds, V. Perrin, B. Balzereit, S. Dolson, C. Comly, C. Vinsh. C. Rossi L. Platt, J. Salanik, B. Gallagher, T. Peppleman, C. Herbicek, L. MacAffe, J. Sobelman. M. Platt, A. Diana, B. Seifken. Row 5: B. Barone, K. Feld, J. Shoemaker, P Napolean, L. Leidich, C. Hoffman, S. Taggart, B. Boden, A. Weaver, C, Tambling, B. Foos, B. Goerlich, M. White, T. Fanelli, L. Smith, M. Rebello, D. Ray, D. Cicoino L. Randolph. VARSITYHAU Abington High School has long been known for its outstanding athletic teams. The Ghosts' second consecutive, undefeated football season is an excel- lent illustration of this fact. But, Abington sportsmen are more than just good athletes as we see in the Varsity "A" Club. Open to all boys receiving a varsity letter in athlet- ics, the Varstiy "A" Club is designed to enable these students to contribute something more than their ability to the athletic program at Abington. lVlr. James Wilkinson, physical education teacher. sponsors the club. The boys have provided a film projector, tape, "Exergenies," and other equipment for the physical education department. ln addition to their other activities, Varsity "A" Club members select the football queen and her court. Connie Brown was awarded the title this season. This year the club is under the leadership of presi- dent Chris Adams, vice-president Ed Allen, secretary Rich Swenson, treasurer Gary Robinson, and sergeant at arms Ed Hoffman. From Bottom Left: J. Wilkinson. D. Gugliemo, J. Hesser, R. Kalehoff, G. Knittle R. Swenson. B. Neely, R. Allen, L. Reese. J. Worster. J. Harbison. A. Worthington T. Silaberto. D. Bragg. H. Ford, T. Peiffer, D. Graham, S. Greenwood. P. Murphy R, Garber. D. Ullman. R. Stenberg, J. Worster. J. Nlackleer, J. Sauter. J. Gebert R. Montgomery, R. Gearhart, K. Nlailey, B. Weber. Center: C. Adams, E. Allen, E Hoffman. G. Robinson. SPIRITED " " Spirited '70, a group of peppy senior girls, have for their officers, DeDe DePaul, Cathy Cook, Peggy Wirta, and Gee Gee Kahmar. After selling cookies, cupcakes, and brownies at various home football games, they presented the profits to the Senior Class Council. At the Cheltenham football pep rally, Spirited '70 performed a skit to arouse school spirit. Selling Ghost Tootsie-Roll Pops during school hours provided more funds for this club. 91 STUDENT COUNCIL The student government at Abington High School 1 has always maintained a fine record of involvement in school issues and student affairs. The 1969-1970 Student Council sponsored by Mr. Barry Friedman has certainly upheld this tradition, During football season, Student Council was in charge of the "Dog House" at home C0nteStS. Later, an exchange program was held with area high schools to study different methods of student government. During December, Council members sold candy canes to build up the Christmas spirit at Abington. "Sweet Stavin Chain" and "The Ethics" were featured per- formers at the Student Council Concert. Another high- light of the school year was the lecture given by Don- ald Barnhouse concerning priorities and current world issues. The Student lounge was opened for the second semester and functioned effectively under the stu- dent monitor system. Members of Council also pre- sented an entertainment program at Riverview Home for the sick and aged. President lan Malatesta, vice-president Leza Holmes, recording secretary Judy Gislason, corre- sponding secretary Chris Brower, treasurer Ted Peif- fer, parliamentarian Dave Dyson, and sergeant-at- arms Ed Hoffman have distinguished this year with an attempt to work with the administration and the faculty to find solutions to student problems. The hard work of these leaders and the homeroom rep- resentatives, as well as the cooperation of the student body, have contributed to the success and achieve- ments of the 69-70 Student Council. STUDENT COUNCIL: Row 1 : T. Penffer, J. Gislason, I. Malatesta, L Holmes, C. Brower, E. Hoffman. Row 2: R. Haas, M, Chmokler, B. Kran- zer, A. Washington, J. Dollor, A, Albert, C Aceto, S. Dougherty, D. Buck, H. Hightower, R. Love, R Rosen, C, Fleet, C, Fisher, R. Kurtz, E. Auer- back, L. Badger, D, Marco, P. Kidney, D. Motter. Row 3: I Burwell, R. Coleman, B Balzereit, B. Foos, C. Tambling, D. Purpura, C. Messina J. McLean, B, Nathan, S. Williams, B. Davis, S. Minich, W. Tsou, D. Schlaich, E. Feld, D. DePaul, S, Kaufmann. Row 4: G. Rinse, G. Neveil A. Elkins, P. Gallager, R. lvker, R. Ambler, J. Oyler, C. Barker, K. Jacobson, R. Merin, P. Specht, G, Smoger, B, Whitney, D. Stephens, L. Lei- dich, J. Allen, F. Kernan, B. Thomas. Row 5: P. Frankston, J. Grossman, J. Showmaker, J. Seward, S. Hennessy, D. Muller, D, Devanni, R Specter, G, Freed, H. Ford, R. Weirback, C. Grossman, C. Wolfe, C. Roth, B. Pell, C. Witherspoon, M. Snyder, R. Fessin. 92 STUDENT C0 UNCIL STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: First Row: Ted Peiffer, Ed Hoffman, Second Row: Chris Bower, Judy Gislason. Third Row: Ian Malatesta, Lisa Holmes. "The Ethics" Donald Barnhouse on "Priorities" 93 NORTH CAMPUS N STUDE TCO NCIL E S From left to right: Officers: E. Silverman, R. Stod- dard, J. Sonnefeld, S. Robertson, G. Van Hook. L. Blikle. Row 1: S. Robertson, J. Sonnefeld, R. Stoddard, L. Blikle, G. Van Hook, E. Silverman Row 2: S. Heggs, R. Kalikow, B. Davis, J, Lamm S. Seiter, V. Waterman, A. Field, G. Glueck, S. Leimbach, D, Harman. Row 3: G, Draynak, P. Tordella, S. Verstein, J. Armstrong. B Strauss, G. Wasko, P. Twyman, R. Weyhmuller, L. Hill, B. Ardiff, J. Shulson, Row 4: C, Watts, F. Stallings, R. Bennett, M. King, D. Camp- bell, P. Alexander, D, lanna, B. Hatenberg, P, McGinness. Row 5: S. Meritz, N. Borowsky, M. Needle, R. Foedisch, M. Schwarzrnan J. Jacobs, C. Benson, D. Randolph, A. Toran, J. Mazer, D. Rothschild, D, Metz, S. Marx. Flow 6: K. Piertti, R. Pratt,J, Young, L. LoConte J. Fanelli, D. Pickard, K. Erb, C. Leypoldt, P. Winters, C. Morgan, G. Sutcliffe. Row 7: G. Meyers, P, Rothchild, B. Harberger, P. Kauf- mann, W. Trice, L. Riedel, l. Smoger, K. Hanna, L. Halpern, S Nordon, E. Bragg, S. Willoughby, G. Berkenstack. Row 8: M. Chacker S. Topor, S, Fitzpatrick, L. Mankus, K. Dougherty, Fl, Steinberg, C. Kinnally, B. Zimmerman, N. Ullman, J. Peppleman, N. Goodwin, M Matter, K, Herbine, T, Oram, R. Craig. Row 9: P. Bebert, P. Spitalnick, M. Luria,J. Mathe. 94 Row 1: D. Shulman, B. Young. A. Kushner, W. Tsou. Row 2: G. Allen, C. Messina. N. Marguisity, Fl. Montegomery. Row 3: R, Ulman, S. Heller, S. Laufmann, G. Robinson. Row 4: P. Rodberg, E. Oritt, R. Bunting. C. Kantur, D. Mimzer. Row 5: J. Bogenrief, P. Cox, K. Kozac, E. Hayes. J. Blake. Row 6: D. Yeager, C. Brower, C. Cook. S. Rementer, K. Symanski. V. Perrin, D. Service, L. McAfed. Row 7: P. Hackenbery. K. Gallager. B. Seifkin. N. Jensen, M. Black, THE CLASS OF 0 COUNCIL OFFICERS. . . Secretary, Nancy Jensen: President, Mickey Black: Vice-president, Charles Messina: Treasurer. Walter Tsou. 95 l fi . R ,iii A i j i we .11 V ...cmcz'ACTIVITIE The motto of the Class of 1970. "Victory is Ours." has cer- tainly proved true during the class' past two years at South Campus. The victories have been achieved mainly in the field of communication. Beginning last year the class decided to take on meaningful projects that would add to the educational experience and ben- efit of all the students. Our first project was to help bring about an awareness of racial problems and the differences of a city high school through an exchange with the predominantly black Germantown High School. The exchange was a success and it is hoped that another exchange can take place this year with a city parochial high school. A community project that we hope to become involved with later this year is in the fight against pollution. The traditional projects for raising funds for the senior prom. the theme of which is Camelot. have also achieved great suc- cess. These have included the unconventional class play "The Brick and the Rose", along with the selling of Class of '70 "peace" buttons, a car wash which took place during freezing weather, the Teen 'and Twenty fashion show, and the future sale of mugs. The students of our class have been given the opportunity to attempt to introduce new ideas and changes into Abington High School. The first attempt was made at trying to have the traditional senior prom outside of the school premises. While this endeavor was unsuccessful it was still a victory that we were given the chance to at least try. Senior exemption from final exams has also been proposed, and full cooperation has been given by administration and faculty in working along with us in this project. CLASS OF CC I? Sponsored by Mr. Robert Rorison and led by Curt Roth, President: Doug Mueller, Vice-President: Claudia Fisher, Sec- retary: and Shelley Weinstein, Treasurer, the Junior Class Council has gained much operating experience. They also worked hard to establish a sound financial foundation. Sweat- shirt sales, pretzel sales and, of course, the Junior Prom were among their projects. The theme was the Wizard of Oz. JUNlOR CLASS CABINET: Row 1: J. Silverman, C. Fisher, N. Edwards, E. Mat- hews. L. Cohen, W. Traub, C. Kenworthy. Row 2: S. Oughton, S. Adey, S. Lom- mady, E. Auerback, J. Young, B. Brady, S, Weinstein. Row 3: B, Kfotzbach, L. Greenbury, C. Rosskam, R. DiMassa. Row 4: S. Foreman, D. Mueller, G, Wardle, C. Roth, S. Lipoff, B. Bacher, R. Hayes, D. Whitby. Row 5: D. Price, B. Bird, R Allen, C. Adams. Row 6: R. Andrews. 97 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS C. Fisher, Secretary, C. Roth, President, D. Mueller, Vice-President, S, Wein- stein, Treasurer. THE S OPH OM ORE CLASS C0 UNCIL Members include: N. Ullman, C, Kinnally, R. Steinberg, B. Bell, V. Williams, M. King, E. Hess, E. Friedman, M. Rafferty, C. Magrisi, S. Wienberg, P. Gebert, P. Spital- nick, D. Peirce, J. Miller, K. Allibone, M. Chacker, D. Greene, T. Jenkins, B. Seigfried, C. Morgan, C. Clark, M. Menchel, M. Lauria, G. Sutcliffe. M. Morris, K. Wolte- mate, R. Bloor, L. Young, J. Weber, I. Sawyer, L. Eberhardt, C. Weber, E. Betz, J. Patoneto, D. Muhl, E. Armstrong, S. Latimer, M. Durken. 2.5531 .1 .5 E . ,- 132.5 ,ll M ,,,, ,, EQ S 'iw - 'ir 5. X- . - - - 2:-M S,- ' a t H 15 The Sophomore class of '72 is headed by the jovial Mr. James Gavagan. Pretzel sales served as fund raisers. The traditional Soph Hop was a great occa- sion, and a comprehensive class directory was issued. This year's officers are Scott Chalmers, President: Kathy Kinnally, Vice-President: Nancy Ullman, Sec- retary: and Bob Bloor, Treasurer. 98 Members include: M. McKnight, W. Bergmann, L. Swertloff. H. Stolvoort, L. Roehm, J. Hand, M, Katz. B. Hoffman. D. Sigg, D. Morris. D. Dietrich, L. Glatthorn D. Thatcher. J. Marco, N. Lomady, L, Stozenski, P. Laub, J. Youkeles. T. Dimassa, D, Trigg. B. Kopenhaver, J. Kessler. J. Steck. J. Schlesinger, F. Peirce, C. Cassalia M. Stallings. R. Cox, L. Friedman, B. Liess, D. Krauss. S. Bechtel, B. Rosen. CLASS OF SE VEN TY- THREE From left to right: Debbie Dietrich, secretary: Bob Leiss, vice-president: Laura . Glatthorn. treasurer: Bruce Rosen, president. i 99 HO OR SOCIETY 1 5 Row 1: J. Shoemaker, N. Jensen, M. Zoslaw, C. Parsons, J. Silverman, S. Eglick. Row 2: I. Chen, P. Clark, A. Suckle, G. Gardiner, F. Schnepf. Row 3: L. McAfee, A. Van Hook, A. Harrison, B. Foos, J. Bogenrief. Row 4: L. Betz, P. Blauner, B. Josuweit, B. Gambert. Row 5: K. Schroeder, S. Halpern, J. Sobelman, N. Marquisity, C. Crosley. Row 6: M. Black, J. Supplee, A. Washington, L. Gantman. Row 7: J. Cox, S. Brown, E. Meitzner, M. Manstein. Row 8: J. Perry, R. Koch. Row 9: B. Cole, P. Forman, B. Portney. Row 10: E. Oritt, H. Frankel. Row 11: K. Gallagher, C. Eddy, G. Smoger, W. Roberts. Row 12: E. Ancona, C. McClung, B. Whitney, J. Reynolds. Those not pictured: M. Bachman, W. Bartlett, P. Domenicali, M. Faris, B. Gallagher, M. Gordon, F. Katz, P. Kraus, H. Lane, C. McKeown, M. Miller, L. Vallette, L. Wing, B. Zimmerman. 100 The Chapter of The National Honor Society in Abington is headed by President, Mark Gordon: Vice- President, Peter Domenicali: Treasurer, William Whitney and Secretary, Beth Gamburg. This year the Honor Society has again provided needed tutorial services. The high point in the Honor Society schedule is the annual induction ceremonies. For 1970 the guest speaker will be Larry Coughlin. The date set for the induction is April 17. Sponsor Mr. James Riley, is very optimistic about the induction ceremony and hopes to accept many qualified Juniors. This year has been unusual in that the society has not had any meetings. The Honor Society business has been carried out by letters composed by the imagina- tive president Mark Gordon. The Society looks forward to a good year and an interesting membership. Students in the Human Relations Club, sponsored by Mrs. Elayne Zimmerman, are concerning themselves with an issue widely discussed by the youth of today: commun- ication. They feel that communication, whether it be racial. political, social, of within one's self, is the key to human understanding and the makings for a better world. Pete Swift, speaking on racial relations within the community. and Dr. Alan Glatthorn, talking about student-faculty re- lations, are among the invited speakers at meetings who stimulate many questions and interesting discussions. Exciting future plans for the club include volunteer work at Penncrest, home for mentally retarded or disturbed chil- dren, and at Byberry State Mental Hospital. l Q 1 Pete Swift with student Ulice Washington. HUMA RELA TIONS S, Eglick. Seated: B. Zimmerman. C. Downing, J. McLean, C. Borkowski, E, Zimmerman, U.Washington, D. Woerner, Standing: P. Hackenberg. K, Bland, B. Boden, C. Vinsh, H. Hightower, P. Walker, C. Eddy, W. Tsou, A. Harrison. ,- - W- -7- V Seated: P. Kraus, M. Solomon, P. Foreman, G. Freed, B. Fry. Standing: S. Foreman, G. Hallovvay, P. Marx, B. Burchuk, M. Cook, D Kalan,J. Rorrison. DEBA TE The affirmative team awaits a favorable decision, C Q I I B Mr. Rorison, coach, instructs the negative team in questioning, 102 The door opens. Four students walk in quickly and proudly, sitting down on opposing sides. They spread their materials over the desk in a neat and orderly fashion. One of the pairs writes their names on the board. An older man walks in, sits down and says, "You may start now." One nervous student stands up. Clutching his index cards and materials, he enters into a kind of combat where only one pair will win. For eight minutes this student takes every logical step that leads him to his conclusion. It is with this conclusion that he challenges the other pair. The student walks back to his base, turns around, and prepares himself for the onslaught from his opponent. For three minutes he is challenged by his opposition. After this battle, one of the pair that hasn't spoken strolls up to the podium. He, too, is nervous: but feels confident. During his eight minutes of battle, he confronts the challenge and is determined to prove it false. When he returns to his seat, he and his opposition fight for three minutes. This battle of one student against a challenge for eight minutes and then the defending of his position for three minutes repeats itself three more times. Then there is a calm. The pairs rest, they reorganize their attack, they find their faults: and after five minutes, they fly back into battle. Each student speaks for four minutes. This is his last chance, but he knows he can win. He goes in confident and comes out elated. As he returns, his senses slow down: the tumult of battle is over. He puts away his weapons. When all is done and as an air of nervousness and confidence rises, so does the older man, the judge. He speaks softly and strongly and says, "I gave the decision to the negative team, but it was a good debate. Thank you." Bill Frey listens to his partner's speech. Mr. Rorison rendering criticism to both the affirmative and negative teams. 103 ff Row 1: J. Supplee, J. Heller, G. Robinson, B. Berkes, D. Ullman, J. Reynolds, B. Owen, B. Whitney. Row 2: R. Bakaley, T. Meyers, R. Gorkes, J. Worster, D. Gugliemo, C. Thatcher, R. Allen, J, Cox, J, Oyler, L. Balzereit, T. Tubal, I. Simmons, J. Worster, G. Smoger. P. McKenna. Row 1: J. Blake, J. Copeland, J. Hesser, J. Sautter, K. Dizzio, J. Bebert, J. MacKleer, R. Montgomery, C. Adams, E. Hoffman. Row 2: J. Foff R. Hayes, J. Dollor, G. Wenholt, R. Swenson, B. Fay, E. Hayes, W. Hibbs, G. Knittle, T. Peiffer, B. Shepard. Row 3: B. Hughes, J. Gofi, B, Gil- more, R. Wainrlght, T. Vinch, J. Sadington. 104 Active Members of the INTERACT Club Include: Robert Nathan, Jack Campbell, Dave Stein, Kevin Kozac, Art Albert, Ken Kind, Lee Mergner, ' Mark Silver, Chris Aceto, Rich Bakaley, Leo Balzareit, Hans Beyer, Ken Bland, Barbara Boden, Jane Bogenrief, Tomgyradish, Carole Camnltz, Denise Cicchino, Mary E. Clarke, Linda Coheni,,Carol-Dnrjjtandy, Jodi Ellsworth, Mindy Fast, Andy Foote, Hank For fHarry Fravtke-lljlerry Frantz, Lynn Greenberg, Sue Grimshaw, Alan Grosi.e:1J:esse'Guarneri,Qhris Herbicek, John Heyman, Marilyn Hodge, Patti Hym , n'U'5TfIFa'n, Doug Koch, Karen Krauss, Linda Krauss, Tom Lacey, Kay Levis, Joah'rTs?Lizzio, Patti Magison, Nancy Marcy, Nina Margusity, Jeff Milnes, Lois Platt, Linda Reese, Diane Rieser, Cathy Rosskam, Lisa Schnepf, Roy Scott, Dave Servis, Rich Schmlewsky, Mark Solomon, Jeff Sorkin, Rich Specter, Rich Stenberg, Steve Tranquillo, Wendy Traub, Walt Tsou, Steve Vasoli, Carol Vinsh, Randi Wabner, Anne Weaver, Bob Weaver, Rich Whitby, Rick Wigmore, Ed Yukenovitch. The idea of the Leo Club, a high school organization, working with the community Lion's Club, was the first in the world. Leo members believe that there is a very strong youthful dedication to serve the school, community, and people less fortunate, The Abington Leo Club of 1969-70 has participated and planned many worthy events. The annual "White Cane Day" to help the bind, help to finance the poor with clothing, help to finance an Abington stu- dent's need to use a kidney machine, and do this all while enjoying the meaningful experience of being a teenager in the community. These all help to develop leadership, ex- perience, and to promote better understanding while sewing the community. "Service above self" is the motto of the Interact Club. South Campus Principal Norman W. Schmid was the group's acting sponsor this year, and assisted with the long list of projects which were undertaken. At Christmas, the group gave a party at Eastern State School and Hospital. Interact also held a paper drive. clothes drive, contributed to the John Wade Kidney Fund, raised money for Biafra, sponsored an orphan in Japan, and visited a Veterans' Hospital. In the spring, members of the group worked at the June Fete, operated a booth at the Student Council Carnival, helped with the Junior and Senior Proms, and worked at the Easter-egg Hunt at Alverthorpe Park. 1 Under the leadership of president Bob Nathan, vice- president Jack Campbell, secretary David Stein, and trea- surer Kevin Kozac, the Interact Club had a successful year and adopted a bright innovation - girls were accepted for membership for the first time this year. TEENS FOR THE RETARDED Many speakers have spoken to the Teens for the Retarded Club about special education and have discussed what students can do to help. Sponsored by Mrs. Beatrice Barrett. with president Nancy Pompom and associate president Ed Sickles, the club has sponsored a Valentine's party at the Twigs Nursery School and tutored students throughout the year. Row One: N. Palbaum, E. Sickles, K. Trautman, L. Sickles, F. Plummer, B. Levy. Row Two: C. Wilson, M. O'Hara, J. Stevens, M. Mccantes, S Jones, L. Black, M. Blaufeld. Row Three: K. Lynn, A. Spiegle, L. Friedman, G. Bertolini, P. Laub, J. Swanger. 106 . .I.C.E.F. Ulillifif The UNICEF Club, an up and coming North Campus ser- vice club, has been able to give 3250.00 to UNICEF this year. This has been achieved by the sale of greeting cards and mugs at Christmas. Linda Mackey serves as president with Bonnie Levy as vice-president, Merry Prose as treasurer, and Sue Michael LJ M as secretary. Miss Dorthy Day acts as sponsor. E An auction was held in February. Members of the stu- dent body were asked to make contributions to be auc- tioned. Other activities included a kite flying contest and a ' trip to the U.N. L., K-wx 1 Ali' CO5 QFQQMNA CQFU he and Gf2lU'lw'h if aug!-.gi Row One: L. Seeley. L. Foell, L. Mackey, M, Prose, J. Miller, S. Selley. Row Two: A. Spiegel, L. Brodsky, K. Lynn, B. Nugent, A. Toran, J. Stevens. L. Friedman, B. Levy. 107 l rr BLA CK AMERICA SOUTH CAMPUS: Row 1: A. O , . , . , . , . , . en, . ong, . Bradford, E. Rey- nolds, P. Farris, D. Harrison, R. Lester. Row 2: Mr. Alex Woodley, D, McCarthy, C, Jefferson, P. Murphy, R. Diggs, E. Vaughn, B. Bell, M, Chapman. V, Strother, P. Wallcer, C. Hightower, D. Case. Row 3: Mr. Oliver Bullock, J. Woodley, A. Madden, E. Deans, R. Dade, D. Davis, G. McDonald, T. Deans, C. Hult, T. Travis, R, Gibson, M, Gibson. wens, T. RoIlins,J,West V Gray M McCoy N Spencer K Murray D Madd M L C 108 NORTH CAMPUS: lBottom to Topl R. Bennett, M. Howard, M. Stallings, V. Adams, D. Burgess, K. Bratton, M. McCames, T. Travis, D. Case C. Curley, N. Palmbaum, K. Trautman, M. Purnell, B. Bell, Mr. A. Woodley, Mr. N. LaMarr, A. Shafer, M. Brooks, T. Dummore, R. Gibson, L Hollinsworth, J. Woodley, C. Warner, G. McDonald, L. Johnson, P. Murphy. STUDIE GROUP 109 P.F.T.A.: Row 1: Ginny Hause, Treasurer. Caryn Marshall, Historian, Carol Dormandy, Secretary, Diane Rieser, President. Row 2: M. Townsend, A Fleifsnyder, L. Dasch, D. Mandel, S. Hodges. L. Huber, S. Wilde. M. Lawson, P. Magison. Row 3: J. Snyder, A. Weaver, S. Taggart, J. Hirsh, S. Hill D. Kurtz, D. Shimmin. Fl. Gutknecht, C. Radosin. The PFTA this year has been active under the supervision of Mrs. Georgia Clemens and Mr. Thomas Connor. The officers are President, Diane Rieser: Vice-President, Mary Vengrofski: Secretary, Carol Dormandy: Treasurer, Virginia Hause: and His- torian, Caryn Marshall. The club trips included an informative visit to McKinnly Elementary School in No- vember. Mrs. Elaine Turner, a teacher at Hamilton Avenue School, gave an interesting talk on Project Head Start. Christmas gift cards for the children of the faculty were prepared at our December meeting. At another meeting. Mrs. Kathryn Holgate, gui- dance counselor at Abington, spoke to the club on colleges offering elementary and secondary education. The club is planning a visit to MacDonald School in the Centen- nial School District. s FUTURE NURSES1 Seated: M. Flamsey, B, Nutting, M. White. B. Evans, K. Fitzpatrick. Mrs. V. Berkley. Standing: S. Tracey, D.Jones, P. Ramsey. P, Headley. Not Pictured: P. Gannon.J. Greeby. C. Hefner. J. Davis. S. Kalozi, G. Kinback, D. Weber. 110 Members of the Bible Club are S. Elias, D. Remrnter, H. Bardsley, Miss Lemmert, N. Mason, S. Trudel, K. Clattenberg. M. Roberts, B. Neumeyer, R. Hoyle, Fl. Mason, J. Honsicker, B. Nathan. Endeavoring to expand an understanding of the bible and its relevancy, both as the all time best seller and its spiritual impor- tance, are but two of the more obvious goals of their organization. L Miss Lemmert, who also is financial ad- visor to the ORACLE, is director of this group of students. Club agenda includes discussion, guest speakers, trips and evaluation of con- temporary problems. Mr. Keith Irvine and Miss Dorothy Lemmert select the musical program for the club's meeting 111 It is not unusual to walk into Room 249 on a Wednesday afternoon and find a group of students playing password in Spanish. These students, members of the Spanish Club spon- sored by Mrs. Esperanza Galshack, get together to study and discuss the Spanish language and culture, usually conducting part of the meeting in Spanish. PresidentJudy La Morgia, along with vice-president Karann Murphy, secretary Elaine Feld, and treasurer Karen Silver, is involved in several projects. Recently the group went to Philadelphia to see the production of "Man of La Mancha." At the September 24 meeting, a party was held. Plans also included a visit to the United Nations Building in New York and a tutoring program for Spanish students in need of help. Members also participated in the International Dinner sponsored by all foreign language clubs at Abington SPANISH CLUB Bachman. Row 3: M, Finkelstein, R. Jordan, T. Fanelli. Row 4: L. Peronace, C. Camnitz. Unlike most language clubs, the Italian Club does not supplement classroom study - it is the only course of study available! Under the direction of Mr. Vincent Pezzullo, a South Campus English and Latin teacher, the Italian Club is designed to prepare for the Italian Classes of the 1970-1971 school year. This is the first time Italian will be offered as part of the regular Abington curriculum. The club is made up of a small group of students interested in learning about Italy and the Italian language. Members read and study Italian, discuss customs and current events of the country, and listen to Italian records. Peggy Kidney, who lived in Italy for several years, is club president. Amy Van Hook is vice-president, and Karann Murphy and Pat Pistilli are secretaries. One of the seasons highlights was a dinner at an Italian restaurant. From Left to Right: K. Murphy, M. Hughes, A. Van Hook, P. Pistilli, V. Pezzullo, P. Kidney. Row 1: C. Murphy, K. Silver, E. Feld, J. LaMorgia. Row 2: D. Mandel, K. Marshall, M From Left to Right: Row 1: L. Silk, A, Harrison, S, DeKalb, K. Krauss, D. Cassalia, M. Highes. Row 2: Mr. Royster, B. Liebowitz, J. Sobelman, L, Cohen. Row 3: P. Kidney, A, Deweese, L. Silver. Row 4: R. Ullman, L. Kushner. M. Zoslaw. Row 5: S. Sawyer, P. Sandman, C. Roscum. The French Club is made up of several language students who are interested in increasing their knowledge of France and its history and customs. Mr. Don Royster, a French teacher spending his first year at Abington, sponsors this active organization. V Members of the club held a French dinner which they prepared themselves, and also visited a French res- taurant for a professional view of "la belle cuisine." ln November, students participated in a tea at the lnter- national House, and later took a trip to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The 1969-1970 officers are Anne Harrison, president: Karen Krause, secretary: Leslie Silk, vice-president: and Sue De Kalb, treasurer. They have been instrumental in bringing a small part of France to Abington High School. C C HB Under the directionship of Mr. Vincent Pezzullo, the Latin club has been meeting to acquaint its members with anything related to the study of Latin. Major projects included a trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and several bake sales, Money was used for scholarship purposes. Officers for the 1969-1970 year were: David Kalan, president: Steve Hildebrand, vice-president: Amy Van Hook, corresponding secretary: Peggy Blauner, recording secretary: and John Martin, treasurer. LA TIN CL UB Row 1: P. Blauner, J. Alfano, A. Van Hook, D. Kalan. Row 2: J. Coverely-Smith, A. Consentino. M. Winitsky, J, LaMorgia. Row 3: M. Camillo, Fl. Vigilante, M. Shitcavage, R. Kim. Row 4: C. Flodkin, C. Downing, V. Pezzullo, S. Hildebrand. Exchange students Christian Lange and A. Germershausen. X..f 9 Row 1: S. Heggs, M. Sobelman, B. Strauss, B. Levy. J. Golden, L. Kivitz, A. Lieberman, J. Laskowski, L. Deitch. J, MiIIer,J. Rahn, D. Randolph, M S' S. G ' ' ' ' nnnaman, oodman, W. Truce, D. Pontarellr, R. Haas, K. Schwartz. Row 2. D. Llpschutz, Recordung Secretary, B. Suckle, President, S. Dore mandy, Corresponding Secretary: C. Lifson, Treasurer: J. Moslaw, Vice-President. Row 3: P. K ' k M. Jababs, K, Black, M. Deacon, L. Hann, R. Katz, K. Tieger. opnstons y, J. Miller, L. Perry, C, Muller, K. Schrait, B--.--1 rw. -...Q 1 WW NVW 114 ii AFFILIATION OFFICERS AND EXCHANGE STUDENTS: Row 1 A. Germershausen, K. Schroeder, President, C. Lange. Row 2: A Lang, Sponsor, K. Fisher, Treasurer, A. Sommerfeld, B. Riegner Secretary. Not Shown: R. Berger, Vice-President. Sponsored by Miss Alberta Lang, the Af- filiation undertook its traditional program this year. They exchanged students again this year with two German affiliated German schools. The highlight of the club's activities was the Affiliation Weekend early in Decem- ber. This is a time when exchange students living in an area between New York and Del- aware stay in Abington for four days. Other events include dinner at the Casi Conti and a trip to the International House in Philadelphia. The officers are Karen Schroeder, presi- dent: Richard Berger. vice-president: Bobbi Berber, secretary: Kathy Fisher. treasurer. Row 1: C. Rosskam, L. Greenberg, L. Silk, L. Silver, J. Andrews, C. Smith, K. lzenberg, D. Cannella, B. Burger, L. Krauss, C. Kantor. P. Sandman. Row 2: R. DiMassa, M. Stern, J. Amoia, L. Cohen, K. FitzPatrick, A. Consention, L. Kushner, M. Williams, S. Sawyer, B. Breit, M. Skovron. M. Ramsey, L. Leldich, L. Lauff. Row 3: J. Remmey, W. Traub, J. Rosen, D. Cassalia, M. White. J. Donze, B. Verbeck. B. Davison, S. DeKalb, B. Leibowitz, H. Miller. D. Morgan, N. Marcy. Row 4: B. Gutekunst, R. Holdez, G. Schuyler, L. Smith, S. Hill, C. Hofmann, N. Jensen, C. Cook, P. Kidney, J. Sobelman, K. Myers, R. Heisler, P. Donohue, S. Taggert, S. Sloan. D. Kurtz. 115 :emma soQiiz'?"""! ENTERNATIGNBQ wzaam fe gtu21ng f 4 ffK 1 Y 5 l fW 12? . .K K S Brow? 11:30 3 2 lima CUUDIEES?f?fQ f 9 'l'G?3?H QBRQEXWW ,,, , WW new Cavier, Wine, and Girls. Look What I Have Row 'Ii Seated' K. Marshall, R. Hoefling, IVI. Fast, P. Sandman, P, Rye, L, Greenburg, S. Dolson, H. Hohnstock. Row 2: S, Toranp D Shullman, C, Fantor, D. Minzter, G. Saget. J. Rosenfield, P. Kidney, B, ,A. Consentino, Row 3: N, Masor, B. Dworkin, R, Haas, D. Fostyk. L. ThiIo,J. Hirsh, S. HiII,J. Freedman, Mr. Morawski, A. Sommerfeld, C. Lange, B, Fisher, C. IVlcCIung, E. Mitzner. 118 The World Affairs Club has become, for the first year, an Abington organization. Formerly called the Forum Club and affiliated with the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia, the group has planned more programs independently this year. The guests they invite to speak on con- troversial issues help incite the members to question and discuss current crises and world situations. Under the guidance of Mr. Moravvski, several club members participated in the World Af- fairs Council Model United Nations this year. In trying to make students aware of differing opinions and views, the World Affairs Club has proved a real asset to Abington's activities. North Campus, Row 1: L, Dolson, A. Loehr, A. Field, B. Claster. Row 2: C. Lifson. J. Jenne, S, Miller, S. Schwarze, K. Lynn, Row 3: A. Spiegle, J. Eisenhofer, R, Frankel, M. Jordon, NI. McCants. 119 Row 1: S. Kahn, President: J. Ellison, Vice-president: D. Trigg, B. Blumberg, J. Rublin, E. Redmer, A. Berkowitc. B. Rublin. Row 2: Mr. Highes, D Harris, J. Miller, C. Lifson, E. Betz, K. Tieger, M. Hinkle, R. Jergenson, A. Todd, J. Blauner, P. Brenier, J. Golden, B. Leuy, S. Stempten. Row 3: J Jagele, S. Green, L. Goodman, C. Petry, B, Vassian, D. Stern. A. Boris, L. Echikson, M. Manning, E. Hilton, D. Giace, G. Higham, B. Lashnet, J Raymond, A. Zemel, L. Hahn.J. Owen. BICYCLE CL UB It all started when Steve Kahn decided that Abing- ton High School was missing something! But who would have guessed that that someting was a Bicycle Club? That, however, was Steve's idea. The appropriate sponsor was found in Mr. Merritt Hughes, who can be seen pedaling his bike to school every day. Being a good sport, he set up the first meeting. The response was good and Student Council agreed to ratify their constitution. As an official club it was time to elect officers. The results were Steve Kahn, president: Barry Blum- berg, vice-president: Cindy Lifson, secretary: and Kim Tieger, treasurer. The club has been active with bike rides to Alver- thorpe Park, Mt. Holly, a roller skating rink, and a riding stable. Fund raising events have included the sale of lolly-pops at Christmas and Valentine's Day. 120 Row 1: R. Fledman, A. Aron, A. Berkowitz, A. Feldman. Row 2: W. Dickup, R, Roedisch, R. Kalikow, J. Blaszczyk, B. Pluck, G. Duffy, T McPhers, A. Blumenthal. Row 3: T, Anderson, B. Woodley, S. Berkowitz, J. Rublin, T. Leaness, J. Adams, R. Manstien, J. Hutchinson, B Sykes. Row 4: M. Schwarzman, E. Sickles, D. Aptker, L. Sickles, J. Melody, E. Furman, D. Aucodt, S. Kahn, B. Lashner, R, Smith, M. Katz, A Ecker, A. Smith, J. Bachmanf SPOR TS CL U - , The Sports Club, chartered in 1968-1969, has become one of if -es,s- P .. ftx' ' , . . . . ts - .R ' North Campus most active clubs. lts aim is to generate and stim- ' fffr g M if ulate an interest with the student body for amateur, collegiate, and 534: i professional sports of all types. This is attempted with trips, films, , :' '-i, f- . ei' -, W A , ,, speakers, and intra-club sports. -V 9 A The club is approximately 50 strong, with freshmen and sopho- li, . mores in equal proportion. Its sponsor is Mr. Robert Rickenbach, the y well known health teacher, who keeps action at a fast pace.ilts wx X . ,Q officers are Alan Berkowitz, president: Adam Aron, vice-president: if .. 'N'-Q, A ' A i , A .. A Arnold Feldman. treasurer: and Robert Feldman, secretary. In the , 1, - A two year existence of the club, it, with the aid of the administration, s 4 has brought to North Campus - Andre Locroix Bob Clarke and X -iff. 'Y Lew Morrison of the Philadelphia Fl ers, Wally Jones of the Phila- delphia 76ers, as well as to Connie Mack Stadium to see the Phil- lies. Being planned now are more Flyers and 76ers trips, and a trip to "No-Name Stadium"for the Phillies. Aside from these profes- -1 . A P ' ft-if '-v .inf . . . . . . i f f. F- 4, . f sional sports, we have seen films from trout fishing to drag racing f :Sei 9-' z' 3' -fzi ffz., Sw . . f g.f3"ia2s f5Q g 3- if and basketball to ice hockey. Also the club has had several intra- ' -Q . V, if R. .gli . 5 : zgxlixiirigi , A ,fggisg so-gig s is: . club football, basketball and water polo matches. 1 . 'Steffi'-ywfss f Af:-1.5-.es . if Q-,Q -sf? ,,. N. ........,..... A 'L' - . x l . .J 121 Row 1:J. Wagner. Row 2: E. Olmsted, G. Freed. Row 3: M. Faller, K. Fisher, R. Verstein, M. Robinson. Row 3: B. Brady,J. Young, N. Notley. T. Wasko. Row 5: S. Halpern, P. Kidney, C. Wicker, B. Reigner. Row 6: A. Harrison. N. Wainwright. L Weinbert, N. Houaspian. Row 7: C. Cooper. L. Reichert, C Tambling. D. Teasdale. Row 8: R. Stenberg. L. McAfee, B Foos, S. Kaufmann, Row 9: S. Hennessy, P. Napolean, L Leidich, V. Skuhersky. Row 10: G. House, C. Adamson, C Withespoon. Row 11: W. Fry, P. Blauner, F. Camber, B. Fay Row 12: G. Edge, L. Funizi, C. Kidney. K. Myers. Row 13: W Mitchell, M, Snyder, R. Jordon. Row 14: R. Hayes, A. Gross, R. Montgomery, G. Smoger, C. Camnitz, R. Mayer, B. Weber D. Felley. SKI CL UB The Abington High School Ski Club took its annual two trips this year. They deviated from their usual choice of mountains and went to Killington, Vermont in January. It turned out to be a complete success and was enjoyed by all. The second trip of the season was to Mt. Snow. The officers of the club are Joanne Wagner, Presi- dent: Ken Olmstead, Treasurer: and Jeanne Blauner, Secretary. The sponsorer of the club is the illustrious and magnanimous Mr. Charles Tremer, the once bearded wonder of North Campus. Mr. Tremer has led the club through eight trips and made it without one casualty. Row 1: J. Stevens, C. Weber, J. Coleman, V. Fisher, K. Hanna. E. Silverman, J. Shapiro, P. Kraus, R. Manstien. Row 2: P. Kaufmann, M. Jordon, E. Hess, R. Katz, E. Zukerkandel, D. Lipschutz, J. Miller, G. Kraus, S. Rosen- thal, M. Weinberg, J. Youkeles, J. Young, K.' Lynn, S, Marx. Row 3: L. Kind, C. Manstein, J. Speechly, G, Schrack. Row 1: L. Weir, F. Herscovici, S. Lipoff, S. Minich, S. Hill, M. Zeeb, R. Montgomery, E. Reynolds, E. Allen, T. Peiffer, L, Argenbright, N. Benner, C. Kantor, B. Mc- Cullough, N. Greene. Row 2: S. Morris, L. Wolk, D. Stein, H. Beyer, A. Anderson, G. Robinson, D. Gugliemo, K. Kozac, S. Kaufmann, K. Moll, C. Cook, H. Ford, S. Wienstien, A. Dewees, C. Wolfe, Diana Madden. Row 3: C. Rudkin, C. Jones, B. Rafferty, D. Battle, B, Lee, A. Albert, B. Nathan, D. Yeager, K. Symanski, G. Kopacki. T. Kratzke, B. Stuart, P. Clark. .t MO ITORS fi ev as as . - E . 5 got' S 2 "Do you have a pass?" "She didn't gimme one." These comments are customary in the daily routine of the Hall Monitors. This dedicated group of students act as guides, information centers, and traffic con- trollers. While hardly the most exciting duty in the school, it is one of the necessary ones. Directed by Mr. Stew- art, the monitors have been very successful. 123 GOOD MORNIN WITH AR TW The "Voice of Abington" originated with Mr. William H. Young in 1956. For the past fourteen years, it has been the intent of the program to present school news and sports to the student body via the communication system. The format has undergone changes during this year in an attempt to generate more interest and attention. Games, "now" music, and the Question Box have done much to improve the station. Produced, directed, and dictated to and by Mr. Thomas Connor, the members find excitement and new experience working for their organization. Left front lsittingl: Abby Suckle, Jay Staub, Ida Chen, Chris Wolf, Stan Telenzac. Standing Left to Right: Barbara Marvis, Bob Dennis, Sylvia Cotman, Mr, Connor, Jim Kerrigan, Laurie Smith, Karen Shroeder, Don Goodwirn, Holly Haekins, Ken Bland, Bruce Hughes, Randi Vizakk. 4 South Campus. Row 1: Joey Blumberg, Douglas Kahn, Richard Specter, Row 2: Carol Lefferts, Nancy Chisler, Miss Fanti, Ida Chen. Barb Foos. EWS BUREA U The News Bureau may be called Abington's "public relatlons" department. Sponsored by lVlr. Charles Schneller and Miss Rosemary Fanti, the News Bureau provides local newspapers with articles and photos about daily life at Abington. This work falls in the department of Ida Chen, Director of Student Publications. The News Bureau staff is made up of Abington stu- dents who are interested in journalism. Carole Lefferts is the hard working Editor-in-Chief, responsible for weekly assignments. Nancy Schisler is the "Ghost Writer" with her column about current Abington happenings. Barb Foos Noffh CamPUS1D-Randolph'K-A"lb0"efJ"V'i"e'- writes "Club Chatter" to keep people informed about active school organizations. Richard Specter, Sports Editor, is in charge of reporting the Ghosts' impressive victories and athletic endeavors. Photography Editor Doug Kahn is always ready with a camera to snap photographic proof of Abington action. The goal of the News Bureau is to keep in touch with the community and let people know all the latest news about Abington High School. 125 U s 3 g .K X X t. South Campus. From Left to Right: D. Stern, G. Lucyszyn. B. Herring, R. Rodberg, G. Cubbage, M. London, D. Grace. E Hilton. K, Davenport, M. Tong, T. Ailderson. if E-iam. North Campus, Row 1: S. Davis, K. Kozac, R. Blum, B. Cole. Row 2: A. Germershausen. S. Marking. A. Davenport, J. Loudon, M. Cook, G. Kessler, H. Maisenhelder, D. Battle, D. Sweeney. R. Haaz. 126 Lab Aide Officers-North Campus: L. Echikson, President: B. Best, Vice-President, B. Dennis. Sergeant of Arms: P, Winters, Vice-President, D. Staudinger, Recording Secretary. South Campus: E. Bal bier, C. Wolf, C. Fteet DIAL A CCESS CL U in North Campus, Row 1: L. Gutekunst, G. Trail, D. Staudinger, S. Rintz, L. Lubin, N. Spencer, B. Suckie, H. Kirn, IVI, Purnell. Row 2: H Boutcher, Mr. A. Mapp, L. Echikson, Mr. J. Rowland, L. Kind. Row 3: M. Katz, D. Jackson, R. Hudson, B. Jenkins, B Best, B, Kirch, P, Winters, B. Hoffman, B. Dennis, D. Plesser, J. Torrens, V. Lamb. 'f R.....tN.it. Q "i gg, v'm,,gzwtz5.a2mi..x:twsmt:w,rrim 127 A15 M rswmun --A ' M - V f t.M..s- New '.L1m'1a9-I! JIM ., ,, . South Campus: K. Cutting, K. Lerch, K. Chun, M. Zeen, J. Amoia, J. DiAndrea, J. Bitting, Miss Konkle. CH O OL TURE A definite asset to the student body and teachers, the school store functions to keep everyone sufficiently supplied with pencils. pens, paper, and sometimes even clothing. Miss Ruth Konkle is in charge of the store. She is assisted by various volunteer students. These students are a committee formed from the F.B.l..A. Club. They attempt to change the window displays every month and keep the area attractive. if gf . n North Campus, From Left to Right: K. Plenzick, M. Kivitz, D. Dolson, B. Suckle, B. Strousse, C. Zimmerman, L. Deitch, Mrs. Felton. 128 X. " 1, - Y , E5 ?:-- 'f5'Se:.. 1 :,: " im' :Ei 1 - T fr 5 nf . 1 Q' Q f , + ie' Q X w Fggk rms fix North Campus, Row One: M. Rafferty, M. Matter, M. Gwinnell, A. Diletto, J. Camillo, N. Ballard, D. Keiser. Row Two: K. Allibone, B. Gottschalk. C. Benson, L Hoyle, G. Flotenbury, B. Suiter, S. Ronan, l. Sawyer, J. Yerkes. One of the more active clubs in school is F.B.L.A. Over the years, it has partaken in many ' events. They have been asked to install new officers at Woodrow Wilson High School where they have influenced the start of a new chapter. On the side of charity, the F.B.L.A. 1 ' has consistently planned efforts for the benefit of the Crestview Nursing Home and the Beth Anna Home at Christmas and Easter. F.B.L.A. and its hardy members manage the school store and decorate their display windows. They raise money by sales and donate the money for the business awards at the end of the school year. The F.B.L.A. meets twice a month and discusses business. lt is sponsored by Miss Ruth Knonkle. X,,,m,,tn mt wx ' we fggsym South Campus. Seated: A. Holmes, A. Facciolo. K. Chun. J. Salanik, B. Ballager, S. Cottman. Standing: R. Konkle, N. Fanelli, J. Amoia, M. Furchi, D. Madden, D Nozisko, C. Lurch.J. D'Andria, K. Schroeder, J. Bitting, M. Zeed, L. Liss, J. Elsworth, C. Jones, L. Schnept. 129 LIBRARYAIDE Row 1: K. Fitzpatrick, S. Kaufmann, C. Basch. Row 2: D. Haggas, C. Camnitz, K. Myers, E. Reynolds, L. Boiston, J. Hensman, C. Doane, B. Smith, S. Dolson. Row 3: Fl. Beltrams, D. Michaels, C. Wolfe, P. Walker, H. Bardsley. Supervised by Miss Martha McFarland and Miss Janet Ankrum, the library aides give some of their spare time to keep the library running efficiently. They keep the shelves in order, work behind the check-out desk, file magazinesnand write out over-due notices. Because the club is actually a service organization, there are no formal meetings. Instead, the aides are drawn by a common interest -the library. . ,:.. E .ssv Nancy Fleiohart at work in the office. A ks: : 1 ali. 130 GUIDE A l tel? North Campus, Row 1: W. Trice, S. Goodman, L. Riedel. Row 2: D. Muhl, N. Reichart, J. Marco, D. Freedland, B. Voss, S. Steckline, S. Fitz- patrick, L. Gutekunst, S. Shiner, D, Mulhearn, M. Hood, D. Motter, D, Pontarelli, l Sawyer. Row 3: L. Stozenski, B. Summers, R. Pratt, J. Hoffmann, M. Miller, P. Kaufmann, J. Blauner, B. Suckle, N, Nathan, M. Rafferty, G. Berkenstock, R. Steinberg, L. VonRosentiel, L. Young. B. Reese, T. Zeccardi. South Campus usherettes volunteer their time to serve as ushers for all evening school performances. Mrs. Georgia Clemens acts as the club sponsor. North Campus responsibilities are more inclusive. In addition to ushering at evening performances, the girls work during their free mods as guides to visitors and office helpers. New skirts were also purchased this year, Mrs. Gerry Sproesser is the sponsor at North Campus. South Campus, Row 1: K. FitzPatrick, K. Walker, J. Alfano. Row 2: L. Greenburg, P. Sandman, B. Mala- mut, A. Vashkashian. Row 3: M. Fast, J. Hoyer, B, Thomas, H McMaster, D. Morgan, M. Camillo. 131 ARTCLUB Standing: V. Statue, J. Miller, L, Ross, L. Young, J. Blauner, K. Teiger, S. Marx, P. Bremier, E. Auolio, L. Metzgar, J. Owen, Mr. Anderson, S. Don, L. Mackey, M. Hinkle. B. Harberger, R. Jergensen, R. Orleman, M. Muntzer, L. Whitby. Seated: T. Anderson. S. Rosenberg, H. Spinnarker, L. Highman. The Art Club meets formally every other Wednesday after school and informally every Wednesday and Thursday afternoon to give its members an opportunity to work. Mem- bers ofthe art club help sell prints that they and other students have made at the annual print sale and put up several student ex- hibits in the school library. Mr. Robert Anderson sponsors the club. This year the officers are Hilda Spinraker. Lisa Heiman, and Tori Anderson. Other plans included sketch trips to the Philadelphia Zoo and New Hope. l 132 L Row 1: B. Marvis, J. Blumberg, D. Kahn, Row 2: C. Rossi, S. Mattov, M. Epstein, G. Roesing, J. Reynolds, C. Grossman. PHOTOGRAPHY . Q E .4 Row 1: K. Scott, B. Kasey, S, Berlin, S. Yonker. Row 2: Mr. Esposito. Row 3: L. Dolson, B. White, K. Dreyer, G. Edelman, B. Shore, M. Kate, Fl. Manstein, M. Larson. 133 The camera club of Abington High. with president Doug Kahn, plays an important role in school. Their purpose is to provide the various publications of Abington: such as, news bureau, the Abingtonian, and Spectre, and the yearbook with the pictures needed. The club does all its own printing and de- veloping. Lead violinist, Robert Portney. Members of the South Campus Orchestra include: R, Ashlock, B. Brotman, B, Brunner, I Burwell, I. Chen, S. Conner, D. Crawford. S. Davis, S. Dolson, C. Downing, M. Epstein M. Faris, M. Finklestein, P. Frankston, A.Germershausen, D. Goren, N, Green, A. Harrison D. Hess, K. Hoch, F. Keran, D. King, C. Lutz, N. Margusity, D. McDevitt, J. Melody, H ORCHESTRA Under the adept direction of affable Mr. Lester Shade, the orchestra has attained new heights during the 1969-1970 school year. The highlight of the year was the com- mand performance for the Pennsylvania Music Education Association on December 8th. After weeks of diligent and hectic rehearsal the group traveled to Harrisburg- and furthered Abington's reputation of ex- cellence with a fine concert. Throughout the year the South Campus Orchestra has joined with the North Cam- pus Orchestra creating concerts to please the ear of even the trained musician. At the Christmas concert on December 17th, individuals from the orchestra were able to display their talents in small group string and wood ensembles. 134 Milier, P. Myers, D. Newmeyer, N. Notley, E. Nowers, M. Phillips, H. Pilgren. R. Portney. R. Rossi, R. Sage. K. Sangree, E. Shaller, R. Sherman, S. Shuster, C. Smith, E. Smith, S. Stein, R. Stone, M. Taylor, E. Tirri, B. Tripple, A, Weirick, B. Weiss, T. Whitten, D. Wilson, A. Worthington. String quintetr Joe Melody, Barbara Triple, Faith Kernan, Ida Chen, AI Worthington 135 i District Choir Row 1: C, Eberley, D. Woerner, L. Argenbright, M. Cook, D. Reichert, M. Harberger. Row 2: B. Brewer, S. Dopke, S. Soffer, C. Eddy, B. Hann, B. Shulson, Row 3: M. Miller, B. Evans. B. Owen. CHOIR Choir Row 1: G. Mynders, C. Reet, C. Eberly, N. Stone, N. Economides, R. Tolsman, C. Eddy, W. Whitney, J. Claflin, M. Doughty, C. Matthy, B. Evans, J. Krarner, G. Willis S. Dopke, L. Trautrnan, M. Murray, S. Ward, D. Stiglich. Row 2: P. Christiansen, L. Ruoff, J. Melody, G. Robinson, D. Martin, S. Soffer, L. Argenbright, S. Rementer S. Avera, L. Reichert, M. Skovron, N. Edwards, D. Shirnen, Mr. Harry Pursell. Row 3: C. Vassian, S. Williams, B. Boden, L. Thilow, S. Elkins, B. Hahn, M. Blattstein B. Owen, K. Symanski, B. Bauman, D. Stone, B. Foos, M. Cook, M. Phillips. Row 4: D. Woerner, A. Weaver, P. Parrella, C. Faulkner, M. Harberger, D. Markgraf, P Patton, A. Paradise, P. Steinberg, S, Grayson, M. Webster, B. Brewer, B. Evans, G. Goerlich, A. Diana, L. Randolph, M. Faller. B. Shulson, D. Evans. 136 JAZZ BA D SZ? Seated: J. Sorkin. Standing: G. Maitha, R. Cook, Fl. Andrews, B. Miller, W. Miller, A. Worthington, Fl. Elckhoff, B. lVlcKeever, P. Rodberg. Concert Choir The spirit pervading the Concert Choir this year is one of determination, for Director Harry Pursell has set the emphasis on challenge. Chorale literature will be ranging from the Classical and Romantic Periods to the finest of contemporary music, with special notice given to unique, relatively unknown music which will also pro- vide a challenge to the audience. Of course, importance is always placed on the fundamentals inherent in any good chorale group: tone, breathing, balance, sight- reading, rythmn and pitch. Complementing the gala, traditional winter and spring concerts, the Abington Barbershop Quartet, the Abington Aires, the Master Singers, and other small groups, will be singing every- thing from pop music to madrigals. The highlight of the year will be a program with the choir and the Old York Road Symphony Orchestra, a first in the history of the choir. Jazz Band Dance Band is composed of 20 musicians. 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' 5-.::ln,g 'g,'a bbqqavs ' - . wy'4'05g.1 1n7W'- 'l"lu- "lluI"'W1't Sffwiabq li Q Uqighunk mah Lily llllll. llnqfgd, A C 3, A Qw,0.3,,. Q x x y q, 411, qv' 1-. .' V" x fu f S . - 91' iassaae- ga .. ' Xgeega' ' Q :gggr X , ,gi . E Q 0,90 0 5' lgiqf iss' . gas. I X H 5' . 9 K .W ,.,. -1 - Q W 4659: Hass- 0 Q W4 sf-+4 , lhuflii Cf mg. wfvi wailing! via Y Wal Qqlglywqgl -ll 7 wmv my 3 w HM .Q Q 5 1. s yy, 5' - .ff S sh- 0 .S 1 ' "hs ' " ,Vw f- hw "Pix QN rv, Y H4 VK "'.... 'I Q Q Q A W W M MMM I WVIMVX ruihlliills. NVKA1 ulglpgig- "si:mi:i 'Heiress 138 Drama Club Row 1: G. Robinson, J. Kerrigan, M. Webster, B. Hughes, C. Roth, J. Reynolds, B. Whitney. Row 2: S. Raslawich, J. Perri- grim. Row 3: Markham, C. Faulkner, J. Gislason, C. Brown, Mrs. M. Church, K. Maitin, B. Owen, J. Allen, M, Bugen, D Evans. The 1969-1970 season presented a great variety of dramatic presentations along with the intro- duction of several unique styles to the Abington stage. The list of production is impressive and gives witness to the dramatic challenge the actors and directors took upon themselves. The shows are: The Visit, Men of One Master, Oliver, The Brick and the Rose, Barefoot in the Park, Guys and Dolls, and Summertree. Each show experienced positive audience reactions, involvement, interest, entertainment, challenge, comedy, empathy, and discovery. Although the productions will be treated separately, their total impact was that Abington is capable and interested in presenting good theatre to its students, faculty, and the community. Theatre Honorary Row 1: Connie Brown, C. Faulkner, G. Robinson, J. Gislason, J. Allen, J. Kerrigan, J. Perrigrim. Row 2: S. Flaslowich, M. Bugen K IV'aitin Row 3 M Webster, B. Owen, B. Whitney,J. Markham, D. Evans, J. Reynolds. w?3!E,.75,., ,,.- ,,, -,., L .,--. wx sf LEE! l The empty street creates a problem for The Mother. Narrator Tommy Alice Sandy Donehue The Mother Al Smitty Gimp Tony Freddy the Fox Photographs Assistant Director Music Presentation Projection Lighting Tickets The Director Cast Crew Curt Roth Bob Kirkpatrick Lynn Kasselmann Jim Kerrigan Lynda Woulk Bill Whitney Debbie Harrison Bob Owen Louis Summers John Peregrim Mr. David Stiles Dora Evens John Peregrim Jim Kerrigan Mike Schaffer Mr. Richard Raabe Chris Wolfe Steve McClelland Gary Robinson Kevin Kozac Mrs. Mary Church Left to Right: B. Owen,J. Peregim, L. Woulk, B. Kirkpatrick, D. Harrison, J, Kerrigan, B. Whitney, L. Kasselmann, L. Sommers. 140 John Peregrim . . . At the end of the tracks. THE BRICK AND THE ROSE The introduction of the 'reader's theatre' style was made to Abington in this production. The greatest impact of the work and production itself was felt in that the theme was current. Tommy was caught in the vice of the city, the gang, drugs, indifferent parents, and sought his own way through the bitter mixture of heroin and love - the love and hope he placed in Alice. However, the broth proved to be fruitless, and the effects of heroin drove Tommy to his death. The production was a collage of voices and characters. the variables in Tommy's life, all stranded against a black void. THE BRICK THE RUSE Bob Kirpatrick flees from reality. BAREFOOT THE PARK "A Iikeiy story." "I don't believe it." if ,fi yu gi 7 ,Y 5 fi? Q , q 43 h' , Mi: 9, A, if 4 4 f vi W wi-' W9 + M In "The hugh llama of Tibet?" 142 This comedy begins in high spirits and spirals ever upwards. Perched five stories above the city streets, is a laughably small room inhabited by Paul and Corie Bratter. The silence is intrud- ed by Corie's mother, Mrs. Ethel Bands and the 'Hungarian Duncan Hines' Victor Valeson. The intrusions and the natives intertwine in a hopeless tangle, only to be revived and set straight by Corie's indeflatable enthusiasm and love. The entire production was an evening of hilarity. CAST 1. Corie Bratter Sue Lawrence 4. Paul Bratter Jim Kerrigan 6. Victor Velasco Mark Hetelson 5. Mrs. Ethel Banks Lynda Cohen 2. Telephone Repairman Jeff Reynolds 3. Delivery Man Bill Whitney CREW Assistant Director Technical Director State Manager Lighting THE DIRECTOR Sally Carol Mrs. Mary Church Pam Dunham .. . Thursday night sounds perfect' Mr. Richard Raabe Mr. Gerald Alpaugh "Eeh!?" 143 5: . yygy s Nicely-Nicely Johnson Nathan Detroit Miss Adelaide Sky Masterson Benny Southstreet St. Brannigan Harry the Horse Joey Biltmore Big Jule Sarah Brown Assistant Director Conductor Lights THE DIRECTOR CAST CREW John Peregrim Gary Robinson Aliene Hughes Lane Fluoff Bill Whitney Bob Owens Paul Fagen Mark Webster Jim Kerrigan Carolyn Eberly Dora Evans Mr. William Miller Mr. Richard Raabe Mrs. Mary Church "FoIlow the good life" says grandfather, Michael Miller, The dice game ends in a brawl 144 X Ulfrf X Row 1: B. Baum, C. Matthy, M. Webster, P. Fagin,J. Kerrigan. Row2 M Rothstein B Whitney G Sutcliff L Summers The musical fable transformed Abington's stage into the multi-faceted life of Broadway. The clash of two ways of life - The Save of Soul Mission and the obsession with gambling. gives rise to one of the most mis-matched, Yet complimentary marriages - Sky and Sarah. The fast life of the place and time reached out to entrance the audiences, as the cast per- formed unparralled. "When you see a guy reach for the stars in the sky, you can bet that he's doing it for some doiI." ., . :K - ..... .f:ljsBt5f"1,2ei :fv'..5i1g MAAQ.-.:11ff.: 4 .. - ,.1 46 Claire Zachannassian Husbands VII through II Boby Toby Roby Koby Loby Technical Director Stage Manager Sound Lights Sets THE DIRECTOR CAST Visitors CREW Marianne Balin Kurt Roth Mike Miller Rich Altman Jeff Fleishman Rich Lawait Bill Kiehlkopf Mr. David Stiles Sue Lawrence Steve McClelland Linda Hummel Shelly Kamp Bruce McLean Randy Sage Steve McClelland Bruce McLean Linda Hummel Mrs. Janice Silvermann THE VISIT The production reviewed the basic drives a community can develop concerning its own wealth. Claire Zachanassian returns to Guellen no longer the outcast, but the holder of the upper land, The object of her return is the demise of Alfred lll - a demise that she has conceived and will execute through the pawns. The pieces of the puzzle are fitted to a whole exe- cution by the superficiality of the Mayor, the lack of spine in the Schoolmaster, and the transition from fear to a delicate indifference in Alfred lll. The town finally consents and carries out the desired demise and receives the reward - the modern counterpart of the thirty pieces of silver. L Al -f-qq'n4.nv.. K rm.-4 f y 4 ....- . , mat' vw 4 N- .. , u.,,. t.fN,.,c 1.5, A , aw' ...4,,,,,, . . , -. M, ., .. .. ...W .. . .ww New .gig :. t".,..'i Mft... .. Jw - 4, me N NM' ,. -c..s.,.,.. . , .WD ""2!.. ABI GTONIA This yearzs Abingtonian has sported new headlines, colors, and paper. It has presented a new image. lda Chen is the Director of student publications and is aided by all of the Abing- tonians' industrious editors. The Abingtonian had a special issue on Vietnam and one for its 45th anniversary showing pictures from the past and present issues. There is no doubt that this year has been the best yet. The Abingtonian started in 1924. For the past two years the active and gracious Miss Mary Grace Ambler has been the sponsor. This year Miss Ambler has started a workshop for the coming writers so that they will be able to write a conscientious news article. All this points to a very optimistic future. ABINGTONIAN EDITORS: Row 1: Linda Clark. Rich Wilson, Steve Vasoli, Peter Comenicali, Ida Chen. Gary Roesing, Beth Gamburg. Lindsey Foster. Mike Miller, Row 2: Mariellen O'Donnell. Mark Epstein, Kathy Paris, Jon Harmon, Sue Ward, Rich Segal. Tom Partridge, Bill Frey. Ida Chen, Director of Student Publications: the ABINGTONIAN, SPECTRE, and NEWS BU- REAU, she also was extremely effective in the development of the Advertisement Section of the ORACLE, 'x E t.. . 'I sv f'f N at N Nr M -nv ' ff-.s,.,,.,,,,r3'--' - V1.4--T......".,,,, 5 gnu... V . an-,..,,M i vm.i""""-'wx A i-.....,,,,Q'fwu . Y 'cans-.,. Wttmvm., wmn.v.,,,,,,, 'ras'-W--f...,., ..-sk K' L' S.. rv... 7' It 'I Dsl 1, vw 1-.."n Q n ' ,fn 'n, --1,551 -, , u. it .. . .U LQ1.,1.:q. ff , N., . ..,., . 4 u ,N ui., -'nur .i'ffr: '::':::'1-N PII U' flu"'flt ,gun -1-,rhgffrff - f 3 fn, :., .,,, 1 . nn., . .mfififfltg--1:79 f 2,351-1f::1f:gf!' 1 3 'ff J' N Miss Mary Grace Ambler advises students. "Z" ,- . . .1 -:---.swf-':::ku::' Q M. . 1 N ABINGTONIAN STAFF: Row 1: C, Rossi, G. Sagit, S, Stein, B Burchuk, R. Bunting. Row 2: J. Amoia, B. Marvis, Fl, Vizak, A, En- tine, J. Schaurzman Row 3: B, Boden, N. Trimble, F, Biletz, M Zoslaw, G, Gariner Row 4: J, Ellsworth, K, Maitin, L. Thilo. E Oritt, M, Cook. Row 5: P. Lucas, P. Foreman, E, Meitzner, B. Hall- man, P. Rosenberg. Row 6: A, Woodley, P. Hachenburg. K. Bland B. Rush,J. Levitt, Row 7: B. Whitney, Miss Ambler, J. Freedman. North Campus students learn the fine points atthe ABINGTONIAN WORKSHOP. 'Mgr if, w4,.,,-mms:-X it SPECTRE STAFF: Row 1: Laurie Smith, Beth McCullough, Debbie Mintzer, Carol Rossi, Row 2: Diane Cassalia, Vicky Hayes, Lynne Wisenauer, Lynn Strassheim, Nancy Trimble, Becky Shulson, Carol Vassian, Ruth Weiss. Row 3: Miss Ambler, Joel Ressler, Dan McCloskey, Joyce De Marco, Joyce Amoia, Tom Brodish, George Kessler. SPECTRE EDITORS: Row 1: Barb Marvis, Ida Chen. Row 2: Rick Wilson, Frank Biletz, Bob Rush, G Jim Powers, Jon Harmon, Andy Paradise. 150 ary Roesing, Joel Levitt, Bill Frey, Mike Miller I SPECTRE THE GHOST POST: Row 1: B. Hughes. N. Santora. Row 2: J. Eisenhofer, J. Jenne, M. Kate. J Spectre, sponsored by Miss Mary Grace Amb- Sonnefem' Ier, is Abington's literary magazine. This is the oldest publication of Abington High School. lt started in 1913, when its name was "Oracle". Renamed in 1962, this year's Spectre is bigger and better than last year's which won 2nd in the Pennsylvania Press Association contest. This year's editors are John Harmon and Bill Fry. They have promised the best Spectre yet. THE GHOST POST: Row 1: B. Hughes, M. Katz, D. Santora, J. Gisenhofer, J. Jenne. Row 2: D. Coverley-Smith, D. Aptaker, S. Miller. J. Sonnefeld, T. Davis, A. Leur. B. Claster, M. Jacobs. Row 3: D. Hubbard, J. Camm, J, Shapiro, M. Schwarzman, A. Stoddard, D. Randolph, J. Miller, C. Linz, C. Allibone. 151 Peggy Blauner, staff editor, works on her 'flexible' page. Denise Goren, business manager, contemplates another advertise- ment. The bell rings. School is over, but my most demanding job is just about to begin. I walk up the stairs quickly with the uneasiness typical of one who anticipates a challenge. As I approach room 242 I see my fellow staff members trudging down the hall. I walk in, punch my time card, and greet Mr. Tom Connor with "Afternoon Mr. T.C., what do we have to do today." The answer is long: it always is. By this time the rest of the staff has arrived and the diurnal afternoon yearbook meetings are underway. We break out the copy sheets, the masters, the dummies, and the problems. This operation is an attempt at creativity and organization. Nagging self-doubts can never be avoided. The Monday through Thursday meetings are followed by Saturday meet- ings before deadlines. We like to call these "a cumulative organization of loose ends," a rather technical name for organized chaos. Up to this point I have concentrated on the staff of the yearbook. There is one hidden hero I have not yet talked about. We know him as T.C., Top Cat, or Mr. Thomas Connor. He is the guiding light of our whole operation. Without him all would be lost. He taught us. yelled at us, pleaded with us and cried with us. We owe him more than we can return for his supporting personality. We are now complete, a working unit that has produced the 1970 Oracle! Peter Kraus Editor Checking the yearbook schedules is Ellen Wicker, staff editor. Peter Kraus, staff editor, completes a page. Judy Bitting - our indispensable Senior Page Editor EDITORS: Peter Kraus Peggy Blauner Ellen Wicker Judy Bitting Denise Goren STAFF: Ken Bland Barry Cole Michael Ettner Larry Feldman Karen Fitzparick Pam Frank Harry Frankle .TESSE1 I sym 5 I-fa'+h 22231'::: MM- WIN 0- 2223552223 on-lv WI hoyfe EiZZ'ii2?l22i?' . Good Lvc ,fSarah Singer .71 0 . SPECIAL Susan Kaufmann June Donze Diane Cassallia John Blake Tom Partridge Ida Chen CONTRIBUTORS Liz Weinberg Gary Roesing Jim Kerrigan Allen Grosse Jamie Brownstein Barb Foos Randy Vizak Kathy Witherspoon Richard Yonker Ida Chen - Business staff. ,fv- John Blake organizing a page in his style. f 154 we w I I ff? K Sue Kaufmann checks prizfs. ACQIJ SL . Xbwxggvwojgjb QC 'J XX AO - Y - S . J D I , - MY - 0509? KWSDSHCB5 gQZ5e0d fgiiyw 250552 iq my ' Wx Cv w Q95 - L Gb Q,Qf7Q5 1 S iv? Dgex TA 505 F F 92 ANNUAL REPORT Reflected here is the substance of our operation: heads of the departments: the magnanimous sponsor of our publication, Mr. Thomas Connor: our fighting North Campus representative, Mr. Meritt Hughes: and a typical editor punching away his senior year between the times of 3:00 and 5:00 each and every day. This year has been a magnificent success. Our profits are big, depreciation is unusually low, and our estimated earnings are rising. We have encountered a problem with the yearbook staff labor union. We had a long strike and strike breakers had to be called in. Eventually the demands were met with no great increase in salaries. At the moment all is quiet on the laborfront. This year's sales seem to be encouragingly high. We owe this to our Public Affairs Directors, ARTW and Mr. Domenic Lessa. Design plans for next tyear's book have already been agreed upon and it looks as if we might further increase our earnings. The official statement from Coach Connor appears to be optimistic and assures us of a fine year to come. "ln view of our present output and profits along with our analysts' view of our stockgprice we will expect business to increase at the present rate." Thank you again from Pete, Peggy, and Ellen. DRIVE CAREFULLY! NNUAL REPOR T SPORTS "No athlete is crowned but in the sweat of his brow." Letter 14-St. Jerome It is true that working towards a goal as a team helps create a feeling of united interdependence. However, an athlete cannot totally achieve haisegoalemotivated only by dreams of glory and a desire to be "one of the guys." To be truely great, the athlete must be prepared to sweat, work, and practice endlessly, content, in the end, to find success for himself on a personal level. Wiki ww WM The Abington High School football team extended their Abington Opponents winning streak to 29 straight by completing another unde- 13 Soudefton 13 feated season- 28 North Penn 13 , I 27 Upper Merion 6 They opened against Souderton and crushed them with a 24 Methacton 16 score of 18-13. Their next two games were won with scores 38 Wilson similar to the first, beating North Penn 28-13 and Upper 49 Upper Moreland 8 Merion 27-6. Methacton proved to be a challenge, but quarter- 28 Norristown 0 back Ricky Wilson drove the team on to victory in the last 38 Upper Dublin 20 quarter. The Ghosts then romped over Wilson, Upper Moreland, 48 Springfield 12 and Norristown by scores of 38-14, 49-8, and 28-O respec- 21 PlYm0UTh'Whi'fema"5h 12 17 Cheltenham 14 tively. Some of the finest football of the season was played. Upper Dublin was the next to fall, with a score of 38-20. Abington then went on to defeat Springfield and Whitemarsh for their 27th and 28th straight victories. The final victory of the season came against Cheltenham, the traditional arch rival. The game was tough and exciting, won by Ricky Wilson's golden toe. So ends a triumphant season. GO GHOSTS GO! Row 1 - R. Montgomery, C. Lewis, T. Kratzke. B. Weber, E. Allen, E. Hoffman, J. Mackleer, R. Wilson, K. Mailey, C. Szymanski, W. Neely, F. Strother, R. Barns, H Ford, B. Jones, J. Copeland, Row 2 - T. Parsha, A. Fanelli, R. Winters, P. Bavers. B. Garvin. B. Tolin, G. Rinse, D. Chittick, T. Westley, R. Swenson, J. Moses, S Connor, P. Lucas, H. Ganges, E. Silverman, B. Hafner, J. Sims, C. Downham, J. Lederman, Row 3 - P. Nace, V. Holmes, B. Gieger, J. McCauley, W. Phillips, G. Hago- pian, D. Sonerfeld, N. Sneider, T. Simmons, B. Burns, J. Stevenson, P. Oaks, D. Vazzi, M. Jones, D. Lee, M. Jones, S. Gaines, P. Whyemeth, A. Lusch, Row 4 - B lochum, Fl. Dethloff, S. Nervis, W. Feerrar, J. Bickley, K. Holland, M. Leypold, J. Berger, B. Hoffer, E. Dickerson, J. Shumock. Not pictured - Robbie Gearhart. 159 Rick Wilson - Quarterback 05 639' 39 WDW xoogoigxqf x6QQ5qQQcfDx W9 xsvqp 'Enya 'i wx Q30 95? 0 965' Q09 N15 B . cg W. Q9 qw Kevin Manley - Rught Tackle 461210. lp 6 51011 Sf 34 34' Eli? 85,250 25 ,girly 8155 , I 108 35 8 Abington Beats U. DubIin,38-20 Onmplay Sreak Hlts26 Sparks Ghosis Robert Gearhart - ' NF Planned - Executed v Completed: 11-O 162 xW W Y "' M V ,-,.lQI' N L -, 'f" 'r 1 ' - W , . . Q N. 'K' F ww R xmwwn ws .www . f' if tic: mg li S 8 'F N ew WM' fy , --be Q ' ' gm w e The strains of an 1140 season W1 BEAVEBIVIEN STILL I2 wiv .lf -'-' fm""WM if. X, Vjf5ljj., ,X . First Row Fl Conklin B. Porter, A. Arcurio, D. Ullman, J. Sautter, J. Gebert, P. McKenna, G. Knittle, J. Marsden. Second Row: B.G0rdin, G, Badigen, Fl Scott D Endy B Brewer, R. Garber, J. Doller, S. Adams, M. Durkin, K. Lizzio, T. Partrige. Third Row: M, Dowdy, T. Frey, E. de Wald, R, Allen, S, Spence B Weaver M Belcher D. Bragg, D. Henry, S. Henry,J. Nazerine, Mr. Beaver. SOCCER VARSITY SCOREBOARD AbIl1gtOl'l Oppgnent Souderton Hatboro U. Moreland Methacton Chester U. Dublin Ply-White Springfield U. Merion Alumni Cheltenham Sun Valley Norristown North Penn STRONG 1969 Soccer season for Abington was, in the words of Mr. Beaver, in his tenth year as varsity coach, "very frustra- ting". The Ghosts overall record was 9-4-1, but three of those losses came in double overtime. Led by co-captains Dan Ullman and Jim Sautter and high scorers Randy Garber and Mike Belcher, the team finished in fourth place in the Surburban North League. The league record was 4-4. Drew Endy and Randy Garber made the all- league first team. Garber also made the all-district first team. According to Coach Beaver, prospects for next season look good, with many lettermen returning. Excedrin Headache 670, Ba Ss 3- 'MA E Qkmw swim "Hal Ha! Thought I was going to kick it didn't you?" Adams waits as Brewer makes a brake for the goal. 15 ,EZEELEI 'Z Siwiw ,Will-iii T?Y?'TIf'7 L?" QIYYYWTY ,Q!2E9iGw?1E2E,'12'5ls42i5zz,? 3l:'3??iL'A M if 15 'J 7 5' f 4"'fA?' 1 " " ff' ' V W' Vwf,'wW V Y "You're not allowed to push!" S E Q s 3 E 1 x 2 E Q Z E E 1 2 5 D5 CROSS SCORES Abington Opponents 26 Pennsbury 29 18 Hatboro 40 30 Wm, Tennent 26 22 U. Merion 35 15 U. Dublin 48 26 Council Bock 30 16 U. Moreland 46 15 Methacton 50 15 Cheltenham 48 15 Norristown 50 15 P.W. 48 16 Springfield lMontcol 48 29 Abington Heights 26 34 North Penn 26 Row I: Richard Gump, Doug Pickard, Torn Shaw, Don Glaster, Randy Goodwin, Mark Soisson, Bob Durran, Joe McLaughlin, Andy Hesketh, Ray Gump, David Booker, John Lokken, Steve Tomlin, Dennis Mochiatas, Ash Carter. Row II: Ted Peiffer Mgr., Bill Brooks, Tom Schults, Greg Wenhold, Jim Hesser, John Hopkins, Kurt Jacobson, Grif Schrack, Bill Bloor, Steve Tranquullo, Gary Robinson, Mark Flahn, Bob Bloor, Charles Barker, John Perry, Mr. James Gavaghan, Coach. Not Pictured: Mr. Joe Grandy Coach, George Van Hook. 168 COU TRY CROSS-COUNTRY l1969l The Abington cross-country team lead by captain Steve Tranquillo was undefeated in league competition this year. Its overall record was 11 wins and 3 losses. A new course record was set by Steve Tranquillo: a time of 13:43. Other members of the Varsity squad who were a big asset to the team were John Perry, Charles Barker, Bob and Bill Bloor, Bill Brooks, Geroge Van Hook, Mark Rahn, Gary Robinson, Kurt Jacobson, and Andy Hesketh. The manager was Ted Peiffer. The team also did well in the Invitational meets. They captured 1st in the Wm. Tennant Invitational, and 5th in the Coatesville Invitational. The team finished 2nd in the Sectional Championship and 4th in the District Championship. The team is tied for the league championship with Upper Merion, The coach was lVlr. James Gavaghan of North Campus and his assistant was lVlr. Joe Grande. Row I: G. Kraus: N. Copeland, C. Crosley: C. Parsons: M. Faris, D. Santorag N. Marquisity. Row Il lbackl: K. Harner: L. McMinn3 S. Lawerence: J. Olson D. Muhlz B. Evans, S. Oughtonp S. Armstrong: L. Bolger: Miss Pletz A coach. When winter descends upon the hockey field and even the most devoted outdoor buffs flee to the wel- come warmth of heated pools and gymnasiums, who will remember the long practice sessions and the all-too-short games which comprised the 1969 Field Hockey Season? The girls who played will. For them, the memory of bruised shins and freezing fingers, of laughter and disappointment will be retained. They will remember, too, what the final record does not show, Varsity 118, Junior Varsity4:4:1.Such statistics seldom picture the true performance of a team. Ham- pered by insufficient practice prior to the early games. as coach, Miss Pletz, has commented, the girls, never- theless refused to be defeated easily, losing most of their games by a single goal. There may have been other hockey teams in other years who played with greater success, but there was never one with greater spirit. 170 Abington 2 0 1 O 1 1 1 O 2 North Penn Upper Merion Upper Dublin U. Moreland Methacton Cheltenham Ply-White Norristown Springfield Opponent 6 2 2 5 2 2 2 2 1 nw.- .Q .. Courage, stamina, and teamwork are not reserved for the footbail team as demonstrated by these girls. GIRLS HOCKEY JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY First Row: J. Miller, D. Schlaich, L. Hadley, M. Baumgarten, M. Synder, J. Golden, M. Rhor, C. Magrisia, Back Row: Miss Shafer, D. Kaiser, N. Otis, L. Mankus, G. Berkinstoc, D. Lee, E. Armstrong, L. Leidich, E. Parker, P. Finn, C. Lutz, N, Miller. - 171 THE COURTME Boy's Varsity Basketball Flow 1: Alex Woodley, Eric Morgan, Co-Captain Pat Murphy, Co-Captain Bill Neely, Bill Rafferty, Randy Garber. Row 2: Rick Wilson, Bob Cameron, Bill Quill, Bill Bird, John McCloy, Sam Greenwood, Bob Ambler. The Ghost varsity quintet had another successful season under Coach Wilkinson and assistants Burke, McGinley, and Parsha. Abington's 16-6 record overall was mainly built around a 12-4 league record. The Ghosts finished second in the Christmas Tour- nament, avenging an earlier debut against Nesh- aminy, but bowing to Wilson in the final. The highlight of the season was a 47-44 triumph over arch-rival Cheltenham breaking a 7 game Chel- tenham victory streak over the Ghosts. It was Coach Wilkinson's first victory over Cheltenham. Abington's varsity consisted of twelve fine per- formers. All played key roles during the season and all were capable of starting. Pat Murphy and Randy Garber made all-league. "Murph" hit for 39 points in the first Upper Dublin game, a school record. Eric Morgan started every game and had a fine season. The other key varsity performers were seniors Bill Neely lco-captain, who came back strong from a football injuryl, Bill Rafferty. and Rick Wilson. Under- classmen were Bill Bird, John McCloy, Sam Green- wood, Bob Ambler, and Bob Cameron. Flow 1: B, Moreland, D. Lee, T. Detrick, G. Myers, K. Vigilante, R. Greenspan, R. Dethloff Row 2: P. Hileman, P, Winters, B. Miller T Hill, W. Kollar, J. Fortheson, D. Billit, M. Bailley. l 172 Q 5 lg in-f...... , . . Q, 4 l Abington Opponent K 68 ' Pennsbury 43 42 Neshamifiy 47 81 f Methacton 1 66 56 Springfield 52 57 Plymouth-Whitmarsh 56 69 Cheltenham 70 91 Upper Dublin 51 57 Woodrow Wilson 74 54 Norristown 67 59 Upper Moreland 55 89 Souderton 49 47 Upper lVlerion 46 58 Methacton 45 41 Springfield 48 69 Plymouth-Whitmarsh 59 47 Cheltenham 44 57 Upper Dublin 48 45 Norristown 62 85 Upper Moreland 65 88 Souderton 76 61 Upper Merion 54 173 Neely makes his de 4 10 .ffggw - Y ,. 5 . Spider calls tha play. ARMS AN THE ME "lt all hangs on this one, fellas." wi rpm 97' 9 YSQNGTO HIGH BASKETBAB. Coach McGinley, Head Coach Wilkinson, and Coach Burke. Pat Murphy and his patented hook shot, I 5 Bill Bird easily tapping the opponent Varsity From Left to Right: Miss C. Schaffer, Coach: M. Schleck, L. McMinn, P. Napoleon, L. ldall, A. Owens, N. Otis, E. Friedrich, E. Armstrong, L. Warner. GIRLS' BASKETBALL This year the Girl's Basketball team had a tough season despite good teamwork and spirit. Some of the outstanding players were Zelda Snyder and Evey Friedrich. This year's head coach was Miss Carlotta Schaffer, who was coaching for her first year. Her assistant was Miss Jones. Both coaches felt that the team tried hard all season: but unfortunately, they could never really make everything go right. The outlook seems to be a good one. Both coaches spend a great deal of time in practice and the Junior Varsity is up and coming. Although this season was not the ideal, next year seems promising. Row 1: J. Olsen, D. Muhl, D. Morris, N. Green, D. Schlaich, R. Bunting, P. Hall, Miss Jones. Row 2: R. Twyman, J. Neely, S. Cross, L.. Cutting, B. Charles, B. Wesley. , ff Qu Laurie Maclviann and teammate break away for an easy two points. ?"?"M"blw f new if Q Paula Napoleon shoots for a score. W-ftewa ' gg Liz Warner stretches to retrieve rebound. Alease Owens breaks the deadlock. ,, fi fa, f A. Ai 'E L 1 62, fm? ffikwfd uwzikai Wim ,, it .mr BOY'S SWIMMING: Row 1: L. Sickles, W. Cherry, B. Rems, Row 2: D. McDevitt, M. Walters, J. Willson, C. Carter, W. Hoffman, B. West, R. Hayes. Row 3: E Sickles, G. Adler, D. Plesser, L. Bertolet, M. Weenberg, J. Foff, S. Krouse, J. Brent, W. Shore, Mr. Pawling. Row 4: B. Pearce, R. Kalehoff, D. Dyson, D. Sneberger, E Welch. FI. Shreiner, S. Erickson, J. Hesser, A. Worthington. Not Pictured: G. Wolf, Abif19f0fW Opponent Abington's mermen have achieved another outstanding 59 Pennsbury 69 Woodrow Wilson 57 Upper Dublin 61 Springfield 55 Neshaminy 62 Wissahicken 43 Upper Merion 43 Plymouth-Whitemarsh 66 Methacton 73 Cheltenham 68 Lower Moreland 65 William Tennent season under the superb coaching of Mr. Charles Pawling and Mr. John Worthington. The boys posted a ten win and two loss season. Back for their final year were Steve Erickson, Dave Dyson, and Rick Kalehoff who performed admirably in all meets. Victorious in the Abington Invitational, the Ghosts nailed down the Suburban I title in February. This perhaps was the best team effort of the season. Coach Pawling is looking for- ward to a successful climax at the Districts and State Cham- pionships. A long way to go. SWIMMI G V 179 anticipation -- - - GIRLS, SWIMMI GlRL'S SWIMMING: Row 1: C. Smith, J. Allen, L. Van Rosenstiel, J. Locket, P. Schaft, J. Dethlof, L. Ducski, M. Tyrell, J. Blauner, M Shuman. Row 2: D. Breene, S. Aday, C. Lutz, B. Evans, G. Kraus, E, Hess, M. West, S. Wilson, S. Fitzpatrick, E. Phillips, V. Cupchak Row 3: J. Bluch, C. Crosley, K, Pierret, M. Muntzer, K. Hanna, M, Coleman, S. Greenberg, J. McDievett, J. Coverley-Smith, Mrs. D Lemcke lCoachl. Row 4: K. Krouse, A. Wolf, K. Harner, G. Berkenslik, C. Aron. Cheers around as another event is won by Abington. 180 Abington Opponent 47 Pennsbury 22 Upper Dublin 27 Springfield 66 Neshaminy 22 Wissahickon 32 Upper Merion 29 Plymouth-Whitemarsh 50 Methacton 49 Cheltenham 38 Lower Moreland 40 William Tennent 30 53 49 11 55 43 40 27 28 39 38 -- -.e The touch! Coach Lemcke Jenny Allen - perfect piked position. 181 Seated: Andre Washington, Pete Moses, Alan Arcurio, Russ Pinkerton, Andy Foote, Mark Soisson, Russ Winter. Standing: Mr. Kocke, Craig Leopold, Ken Holland Tom Whitten, Dave Gugiiemo, Andy Carrigan, Wayne Devine, Angelo Fanelli, Mike Genger, Head Coach: Mr. Bell. Abington Opponent 27 Souderton 18 18 Council Rock 22 9 Springfield 33 32 Norristown 9 21 Plymouth-Whitemarsh 25 9 Upper Dublin 34 19 North Penn 22 28 Upper Merion 11 21 Bryn Athyn 20 36 Methacton 16 14 Haverford 30 20 Upper Moreland 23 32 Tennent 9 12 Cheltenham 30 ' - 'A A . - V- ,V f 1, fr M, , The moment of a takedown, WRESTLI TEAM I A C T10 , VW.-,v,,...f-f"""" Craig Leipold tries for a pin. Row 1: Pete Gebert, Ash Carter, John Claney, Rick Tompkins, Rolfe Gripp, Row 2: Kevin Scott, Jack Santry, Dan Pinkerton, Gary Casey. Row 3 Steve Swesy, Mike Fields. 183 GYM ASTICS Row 1: Craig Welch, Doug Whitby, Robert Rossi, Bruce Goodman, Donald Gloster, Sterret Whitby. Row 2: Cary Kagslow, Robert Hicks Scot Forgen, Randy Sage, Micheal Erickson. iNot Pictured: Richard McCandless, Richard Stouti in ,X Qi .. Awww ..... Q-Sim it 1 Q R it-, ' R X is ,. , g ggggg s Doug Whitby performs on the rings, Bob Hicks. . . seconds before an iron cross 5 5 i Abington Opponent 271.4 Cheltenham 297.4 282.3 Norristown 243.2 282.5 Upper Dublin 221.4 308.5 Cheltenham 328.0 284.3 Norristown 229.7 339.4 Upper Dublin 250.7 221.2 Woodrow Wilson 314.5 WI TER TRACK Row 1 : J. Lokken, E. Vozzy, J. Perry, T. Leaness, T. Lacey. R. Gump, D. West. Row 2: A. Goldberg, B. Bachich, B. Miller, M. Rahn, G. Schrack, G. Van Hook. C. Barker, E. DeWald, S. Tranquillo, B. Bloor, R. Barnes. Q 186 Winter track season consists of numerous Coaches' Meets held in various collegiate fieldhouses. Abington matches its talent against neighboring high school and college freshmen track stars. The aim of the program is to allow as many stu- dents as possible to compete in field and track events. Under the expert advice and coaching of Mr. Jack Armstrong and Mr. Jim Gavaghan, Abington has de- veloped a stellar group of athletes. Tom Lacey has been a top performer in the shot put for the entire area, Chris Adams dominates the high jump. Larry Reese does well in the pole vault. Don West shows superior form in clearing high hurdles. Randy Barnes, John Perry, George Van Hook. Steve Tranquillo, and Charles Barker represent the nucleus of the distance group. Winter Track! You better believe it. A-WXHWMK ., W-' From left to right: J. Markhan, L. Reisse, T. Lacey, B Murphy, C, Adams. From left to right: B..Bloor, B. Haldeman, J. Oritt, S. Feerrar, B. Paul, G. Smoger, J. Partridg Sauter, Coach. Row 1 1 J. Verstein, M. Haymes, B. Weiss. Row 2: A. Jewitt, B. Sorkin. 188 1 1 e, Mr. Frank The boys' outstanding scores were: Steve Feerrar 234 Bill Bloor 213 Jeff Sorkin 204 Jeff Oritt 198 Bart Weiss 191 They rolled Abington to the Suburban l Title. THE PI B U S TERS The girls' outstanding scores were: Mel Rorer 188, 159, and 151 Linda Oertel 150 and 140 Gayle Yerkes 155 Cori Mulvenna 157 From left to right: S, Rittlng, T. Peppelman, M. Rorer, D. Nozisko, L. Oertel From left to right: N. Bonnett. G. Yerkes. C. Mulvenna, B. Smith, K. Roppelt. J. Peppleman. Lggjxmmnag. usammlmfnwfrwfammsqusnmf"f:.'wefm,av4ffw ,mm 2 :w?w 1fwmyr Row 1: D. Target, Jim Supplee, Doug Kahn, Lew Conrad, Dave Graham, Steve Kahn, Ed Jackson. Row 2: George Scannapieco Mr. William Thrush, Ed Coley, Frank Winterer, Ken Wolfe, Captain, Ed Ortmann, Rich Berger, Carl Armon. The Abington Rifle Team is made up of a select group of stu- dents interested in target shooting. The coach for the 1969-70 season was Mr. William Thrush, a North Campus biology teach- er. He was assisted by South Campus business teacher, Mrs. Madeline Coyne. The members of the team met at the rifle range located beneath the swimming pool, and competed in eleven inter-school matches each year. In each match, ten shooters fire at targets, and the top five scores are used to compute the team total. Each target contains a possible one hundred points, making five hundred a perfect team score. Shooting equipment consists of a rifle, glove, sling, cuff, and rifle jacket. Led by captain Ken Wolfe, the rifle team enjoyed a successful season. In addition to regular league contests, the team has also held several intra-team matches. Row 1: Doug Kahn, Dave Graham, Lew Conrad, Jim Supplee RIFLE TEAM i SENIORS "To strive, To seek, To find, And not to yield." f Alfred Lord Tennyson Looking at the Class of 70, it is quite clear that it is unique from all previous and future senior classes. It is full of curiosity and willing to accept any chal- lenge. It is Qalivej and full of vitality. There is a definite revolution of ideas. As a class, we are an element of change. vitality, and curiosity: with each one of these pictured in the following pages being an integral part of that class. hris Aceto 1 Eagle Road osyn Pa, Chris Adams 1322 Wheatcheaf Lane Abington, Pa. Susan Ageldinger 504 Louise Road Glenside, Pa. John Alicandro 2424 Ardsley Avenue Glenside, Pa. Eugenia Allen 1543 Grovania Avenue Abington, Pa. Arthur Albert 625 Township Line Road Elkins Park, Pa. Eric Alexander 1535 Fairview Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. , , . , Wendy Adams 3074 Limekiln Pike North Hills, Pa. Harvey Allen 2802 Meyer Avenue Ardsley, Pa. J. Edward Allen 1728 Webster Avenue Abington, Pa. Lynn Andresen 1838 Clayton Road Abington. Pa. Barbara Anderson 1010 Penn Avenue Ardsley. Pa. Edgar Ancona 1061 Devon Road Jenkintown, Pa. 4 Randall Allen 2928 Grisdale Road Roslyn, Pa. Joyce Amoia 2981 Kanes Road Willow Grove, Pa. 'UK David Anderson 336 Holmecrest Road Jenkintown, Pa, Judith Andrews 1854 Coolidge Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. Thomas Anello 1180 Sewell Lane Rydal, Pa. Lmda Annanle 1737 Reservoir Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. Paul Arellano 2900 Carnation Avenue Willow Grove, Pa, ,4d Carol Arend 772 Jackson Avenue Ardsley, Pa. Allan Arkles 1822 Bertram Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Joan Arend 772 Jackson Avenue Ardsley. Pa. Linda Argenbright 209 Elm Avenue North Hills, Pa. Virginia Armstrong 639 Monroe Avenue Ardsley, Pa. Sheila Armstrong ROM-lld ASHIOCK 127 Stanley Avenue 402 Monroe Avenue Glenside, Pa. AYUSIGY. Pa- 194 Richard Bakaley 429 Edgley Avenue Glenside. Pa. David Auerbach 1146 Harriett Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Marjorie Bachman 136 Fisher Road Jenkintown, Pa. Paul Baker 2465 Lafayette Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Susan Avera 2919 Eagle Road Roslyn, Pa. Stanley Auerbach 1146 Harriett Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa Frederick Baker 428 Fillmore Street Philadelphia, Pa, Marianne Balin 1072 Kingsley Road Jenkintown, Pa. Edwin Balbier 1854 Rockwell Road Avington, Pa. L. Amy Barbieri 1249 Lenox Road Jenkintown, Pa. Betsy Barone 2137 Myrtlewood Avenue Abington, Pa. "lan leads the class on." Barbara Balzereit 1322 Rydal Road Rydal, Pa, Leo Balzereit if 1435 Woodland Road 1 Rydal, Pa. 1 Heidi Bardsley Randolph Barnes 2219 Hillthorpe Avenue 1571 R0thley'Avenue ROSWYL Pa- Roslyn, Pa. Wendy Bartlett 848 North Easton Road Glenside, Pa. Donald Battle 1263 George Road Meadowbrook, Pa. Linda Bauer 2123 Horace Avenue Abington. Pa. I 1 , Nancy Bauer 2170 Pleasant Avenue Glenside. Pa, Susan Baver 242 Woodlyn Avenue Glenside, Pa. Jay Beaumont 124 Church Road Rockledge. Pa, Go Ghosts! William Bauman 2070 Susquehanna Road Abington, Pa. William Beckerish 229 North Hills Avenue Glenside, Pa. Rene Beltramo 278 Runner Street Philadelphia, Pa. Arlene Beizer 1643 Biddle Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. George Bendler 445 Arline Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Scott Benham 1821 Lycoming Avenue Abington. Pa, Nancy Benner 1569 Shoemaker Road Abington, Pa. John Benninghoff 1539 Hampton-Sherwood Road Rydal, Pa. Guy Berger 300 Moredon Road Huntingdon Valley. Pa. Richard Berger 300 Edge Hill Road Glenside. Pa. Scott Bernstein 572 Glenmore Avenue Elkins Park, Pa. James Berry 1649 Summit Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. Lois Betz 1030 Spring Valley Road Meadowbrook, Pa. Hans Beyer 319 Central Avenue North Hills, Pa, Mary Ann Bishop 207 Rolling Hill Road Elkins Park, Pa. Lois Bird 1229 Boone Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Gail Bielitsky Rydal East Apt. 411 Jenkintown Pa Anne Bishop 2338 Oakdale Avenue Glenside, Pa. Vick: Bishop 2429 Norwood Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Barbara Bitman 991 Indian Creek Road Jenkintown, Pa. ln.. Mitchell Black 1039 Wellington Road Jenkintown, Pa. Judy Bitting 320 Tyson Avenue Glenside, Pa, John Blake 1544 Fitzwatertown Road Willow Grove. Pa. Margaret Blauner 1228 Cox Road Rydal. Pa. Barbara Boden 2021 Maplewood Abington, Pa. Avenue Kenneth Bland 1833 Brentwood Road Abington, Pa. A Anthony Blash 1006 Tennis Avenue Ardsley, Pa. li 555 , - h . William Bloor Jane Bogenrief ,141 1904 Jody Road iooe Highland Avenue we Meadowbrook, Pa. Abington, Pa. A 0-,Mfg Ns.... f QL " sf" I 200 Steven W. Boyd 614 Montgomery Avenue Philadelphia, Pa, Kathy Borkowski 1324 Red Rambler Road Rydal, Pa. News Fredrick Bohlander I 'iii ' 1 NBHCY Bonn'-iff 2731 Hawthorne Road 2058 Wharton Road North Hills, Pa. Glenside, Pa. Steven D. Boyd 919 Crosswich Road Jenkintown, Pa. Thomas Bradish 2465 Norwood Avenue Roslyn, Pa. M f'd""'6fz'2'w-'J',.Q. wwf Mathew Bratzler Ellen Braunfeld 17 S. Sylvania Avenue 210 Benson Manor Rockledge. Pa. Abington, Pa. 201 Joan Braun 1210 Huntingdon Road Abington, Pa. W V l Barbara Braunn 346 Meadowbrook Avenue Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Robert Brewer 1210 Huntingdon Road Abington. Pa. Joanne Briner 2135 Wharton Road Glenside, Pa. Gary Brown 1719 Park Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. Constance Brown 412 Linden Avenue Glenside, Pa. Christine Brower 1439 Pepper Road Jenkintown, Pa. 202 Marc Brody 48 Leelynn Avenue Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Kathy Bristow 2902 Jefferson Avenue Ardsley. Pa. Donna Buck 205 Jarrett Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. You mean to tell me we have only 4 minutes! Barbara Brunner 746 Cedar Road Philadelphia, Pa. Barbara Buckwalter 1204 Huntingdon Road Abington, Pa. 203 Jamie Brownstein 368 Beaver Hollow Road Jenkintown, Pa. George Bunn 123 Park Avenue Rockledge, Pa. Charles Buckwalter 915 Cricket Avenue Ardsley, Pa. L. Stewart Brown 2468 Woodland Road Roslyn, Pa. Marsha Bugen 2005 Wharton Road Glenside, Pa. 'S 5047551 009 Vavxox S def? WL Ovals 0 N-XO .6 Seo in OAK 6:0 O00 we Tuf U0 0. M5 Ta rse I I ko oe, 217'S!oF::erasZiln?Elr:1?enue Qobin Glenside, Pa, James Burgess 1922 Acorn Lane Abington, Pa. Robert Burns 919 Cricket Avenue Ardsley, Pa. Ralph Buterbaugh 2238 Parkdale Avenue Glenside, Pa. Carole Camnitz 1060 Pheasant Road Rydal, Pa. Rosemary Canady 276 Smith Road Glenside, Pa. ,M John Campbell 2259 Cross Road Glenside, Pa. 204 Darlene Burnett 865 Township Line Fload Elkins Park. Pa, Anthony Cardinali 347 Elm Avenue North Hills, Pa. David Carhart 2023 Wharton Road Glenside, Pa. Ming Chang 1932 Maplewood Avenue Abington. Pa. Deborah Cautin 1359 Arline Road Roslyn, Pa. Coriane Cartier 952 lrvin Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa, Susan Carlson 635 Kelly Lane GI 'd ,P . ans' e 3 Sarah Carroll 319 Monroe Avenue North Hills, Pa. 205 Victoria Chalmers 1026 Pheasant Road Meadowbrook, Pa. Daniel Chittick 953 Manor Avenue Meadowbrook, Pa. Karen Chun 3657 Limekiln Pike North Hills, Pa. 1311 ,fl llg1flrfmi Anthony Ciliberto 1202 Lindsay Lan Rydal, Pa. Denise Cicchino 1247 Nolen Road Roslyn, Pa. "If?1S-: f i JE ff- - .4-v Anthony Ciocca 1373 Rothley Avenue Roslyn. Pa. A Sam FVQ- Andrew Ciocco 703 Cricket Avenue Patricia Clark 1873 Harte Road Jenkintown. Pa. Ardsley, Pa, Cathy Clearfield 941 Henrietta Avenue Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Mary Clarke 1670 Cloverly Lane Rydal, Pa. 206 Charles Clemmons 2552 Pierce Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. Sandra Citron 1047 Old Ford Rd. Huntingdon Valley, Pa Ronald Coleman iitiil or l MW William Coleman 2537 Pierce Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. l Linda Cohen 1420 Huntingdon Pike Huntingdon Valley, Pa, Sydney Coleman 2537 Pierce Avenue Willow Grove, Pa, 'lev e,,, Cynthia Comly 1068 Huntingdon Pike Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 207 111 Egerton Avenue Glenside, Pa. Howard Comfort 1653 High Avenue . Willow Grove. Pa. Barry Cole 555 Pinetree Road Jenkintown, Pa. Sylvester Conner 422 Oscecola Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. Paul Compton 1753 Fleming Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. Catherine Cook 1905 Lycoming Avenue Abington. Pa. Lewis Conrad 220 Central Avenue North Hills, Pa, Martha Cook 1873 Woodland Road Abington, Pa, Christine Cooper 738 Wyndale Road Jenkintown, Pa. Angela Cosentino 1907 Osbourne Avenue Willow Grove. Pa, Pamela Cooper 1 114 Westmont Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Joan Coverly-Smith 1067 Wynnwood Avenue Abington, Pa. Sylvia Cotman 206 Fluscombe Avenue North Hills, Pa. 208 James Cox 2013 Tulip Road Glenside, Pa. Warren Cramer 1612 Buck Hill Drive Karen Cutting 202 Tyson Ave. Glenside, Pa, Christine Crosley 521 Melody Lane Glenside, Pa. - A A David Crawford 635 Penn Ave. Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Ardsley. Pa. Mark Crosley 521 Melody Lane The joys of learning - Jeanne and Gail. Glenside, Pa. 2 X.. ,,, Z,,z ,:r,.. WN Joanne D'Andrea 645 Harrison Ave. Ardsley, Pa. Lynn Dasch 1510 Hower Rd, Abington. Pa. Iris Dashevsky 511 Rockledge Rd. Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Alexander Davenport 1737 Prospect Rd. Willow Grove, Pa. Terry Davidheiser 337 North Hills Ave, North Hills, Pa. Kathy Davis 1004 Burke Street Rockledge, Pa. Rebecca Davis 1419 Jericho Rd. Abington, Pa, 210 Jacqueline Davis 1475 Saint John Rd, Roslyn, Pa. Jeffrey Davis 1490 Noble Rd. Jenkintown, Pa M Sharon Davis 2505 Woodland Rd. Roslyn, Pa. ML Barbara Davison 721 Cottage Fld, Glenside, Pa. Diane DePaul 1865 Chester Ave. Abington, Pa. Jane Deacon 2652 Hazel Rd. Joseph Deck 516 Roberts Rd. Glenside, Pa. Joyce DeMarco 2817 Miriam Rd Roslyn, Pa. North Hills, Pa. G. Earvin Deans 1513 Rothley Ave. Willow Grove, Pa. L Janet Dethloff 1444 Holcomb Rd. Huntingdon Valley, Pa, Robert Dennis 313 Howeloce Ave North Hills, Pa. Gary Devine 404 North Hills Ave. North Hills, Pa. Lisa Dickerson 335 Tulpehocken Rd. Elkins Park, Pa. Angela Diana 1144 Colonial Ave. Roslyn, Pa. John Di Donato 2622 Belmont Ave. Roslyn. Pa. Ronald Diggs 2349 Decator Ave. Willow Grove. Pa. Michael DiMaria 1201 Easton Rd Roslyn, Pa. Steven Diggs 2349 Decator Ave Willow Grove. Pa. Jacqueline Dinkins 1558 Fairview Ave, Glenside, Pa. . . fi.-15 Joyce D'lmperio 2972 Banner Rd. Willow Grove, Pa. 212 Deborah Dodson 251 Sylvania Ave. Glenside, Pa. James Donnelly Preston Ave. Willow Grove, Pa. Dennis Dompert Glenside, Pa. Susan Dolson 577 Crescent Ave. Glenside, Pa. Thomas Donahue 232 Cadwalader Rd. Elkins Park, Pa. Carol Dormandy 216 Susan Drive Elkins Park, Pa. 2156 Mt. Carmel Ave, Peter Domenicali 919 Coates Rd. Meadowbrook, Pa. Susanne D0U9he"fY Barbara Drake, 2115 Guernsey Ave. 1225 Hall Ave, Abington, Pa. Roslyn. Pa. 213 Joseph Doyle 775 Maple Avenue Ardsley, Pa. James Duitch 2969 Madison Rd. Roslyn, Pa. William Dupee 1429 White Owl Rd. Roslyn. Pa. What's next! 214 Diane Duncan 1178 Johnston Rd. Roslyn, Pa. Geraldine Durham 313 Ruscomb Ave. North Hills, Pa. tg ' g W , , l if Robert DuBois 440 Sylvania Ave. Glenside, Pa. James Duffy 1801 Woodland Rd, Abington, Pa. Jerome Duncan 1728 Prospect Ave. Willow Grove, Pa. Ellen Dwyer 1828 Silver Ave. Abington, Pa. David Dyson 2643 Averdale Ave. Roslyn, Pa. 51, 5 . Virgina Earrlesi Charles Eaton 713 Monroe Ave. 1210 Fairy Hill Rd. Ardsley, Pa. Jenkintown, Pa. Carolyn Eberly 1850 Chester Ave. Abington, Pa. 2 "Can we drink it now!" Charlene Eberle 2031 Horace Ave. Abington, Pa. Charles Eddy 3014 Limkiln Pike North Hills, Pa. Leslie Edelman 1206 Pheasant Rd. Rydal, Pa. Sandra Eglick 36 Moreland Rd. Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Joann Ellsworth 1053 Beverly Rd. Jenkintown, Pa, William Emmons 1411 Holcomb Rd. Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Marc Epstein 2803 Jenkintown Rd. Ardsley, Pa. Steve Erickson 973 Henrietta Ave. Drew Endy 1409 Edgewood Ave. Roslyn, Pa. Arline Entine 52 Chapel Hill Rd. Huntingdon Valley Pa Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 2 Richard Erk 1077 Edge Hill Rd Roslyn, Pa. Carloe Erlichman 641 Anthony Rd. Elkins Park. Pa. Harry Ernst 747 Tennis Ave. Ardsley, Pa. Micheal Ettner 444 Mayfield Ave. Elkins Park, Pa. Angelo Fanelli 1960 Susquehanna Rd. Abington, Pa. Marcia Euler 1031 Coates Rd. Meadowbrook, Pa William Evans 543 Harvey Rd, Glenside, Pa. Angelina Facciolo 202 North Hills Ave North Hills, Pa. Nicolene Fanelli 522 Kelly Lane Glenside, Pa. Theresa Fanelli 522 A Kelly Lane Glenside, Pa. Diane Faunce 940 Brown Avenue Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Douglas Felley 1152 Sewell Lane Rydal, Pa. Mary-Rachel Faris 239 N Easton Road Glenslde, Pa. Robert Fay Abington. Pa. 1960 Susquehanna Road Kathi Feld 607 Baedar Road Jenkintown, Pa. Steven Feerrar 223 Leona Avenue Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Lawrence Feldman Marie Fefrante 418 Wingate Road 1553 Arline Avenue Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Roslyn, Pa, 218 Elaine Feld 1221 Imperial Road Rydal, Pa. Elwood Fisher 1646 Ferndale Avenue Abington, Pa. Martm Fleischer 430 Roslyn Avenue Glenslde, Pa, Ronald Neil Fleckman 1115 Beverly Road Rydal, Pa. Elaine Flint 1943 Preston Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. Kathryn Fleischman Benson East Apt. 61D Jenkintown, Pa. .I Barbara Foos 2603 Fernwood Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Andrew Foote Peter Forman 2423 Mt. Carmel Avenue 1024 Kipling Road Glensidev Pa, Jenkintown, Pa. Henry Ford 1523 Woodland Road Rydal, Pa. 9 Carol Faulkner 114 Roslyn Ave. Glenside, Pa. Edward Fox 1477 Blue Jay Rd, Roslyn, Pa. Glen Freed Mfr? Stephen Fox 21 16 Woodlawn Rd. Glenside, Pa. Christian Franz 2330 Edwards Road Roslyn, Pa. 1171 Ballytore Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Jerome Frantz 953 Irvin Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 220 Harry Frankel Cedarbrook Hill Apts. B918 Wyncote, Pa. Pamela Frank 997 Indian Creek Rd Jenkintown, Pa. I sure hope we win! Maria Furchl David Fuchs 2470 Fairhill Avenue Glenside, Pa, Isacc Freedman 1260 Easton Road Roslyn, Pa. Barbara Gallagher 644 Hamel Avenue Ardsley, Pa. Harry Ganges 1665 Franklin Road Willow Grove, Pa. 2155 Susquehanna Road Abington, Pa. Kevin Gallagher 1038 Anna Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Joseph Galllcchlo K Beth Gamburg 2767 Fernwood Avenue Roslyn, Pa. 938 Claire Avenue Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Ad Lewis Gantman 1095 Sparrow Road Jenkintown, Pa. Janet Garrison 1371 Lindbergh Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Peggy Gay 1850 Watson Road Abington, Pa. Gail Garber 935 Irvin Road Huntingdon Valley. Pa. Gloria Gardiner 1639 Pennypack Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Francis Garry 2657 Old Welsh Road Willow Grove, Pa. Arthur Gasper 1368 High Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Walter Gearhart 1028 Cypress Avenue Jenkintown. Pa. "NWA 222 John Gebert 1839 Hilltop Road Jenkintown, Pa. John Gensheimer 2017 Parkview Avenue Abington, Pa. Hagit Gil 310 Benson Manor Jenkintown, Pa. 'JS Ronald Giangiulio 1838 Rowland Road Abington, Pa, Domenico Giampu 1827 Horace Avenue Abington, Pa. Richard Gerlach 546 San Diego Avenue Philadelphia. Pa. Andreas Germershausen 2881 Thunderhead Road Roslyn, Pa. Pasquale Giannone 1152 Grovania Avenue Roslyn, Pa, Ronnie Giles 1304 Fairy Hill Road Jenkintown. Pa. 223 Robert Gilmour 2133 Horace Avenue Abington, Pa. Bruce Godshall 2612 Woodland Road Abington, Pa. Judith Gislason 1332 Wheatsheaf Lane Abington, Pa. ,pf- We 5. Barbara Goerlich 633 Edgley Avenue Glenside, Pa. Jerry Goff 2143 Horace Avenue Abington, Pa. Harrlse Goldberg 1640 Buckhill Drive Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Roderick Gold 1174 Jerico Avenue Abington, Pa, Gary Goodman 111 Harriett Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Richard Goldman 717 Woodside Road Rydal, Pa. 224 Donald Goodwin 1071 Kingsley Road Jenkintown, Pa. Mark Gordon 341 N. Easton Road Glenside, Pa. Robert Goodwin 1509 Fitzwatertown Road Willow Grove, Pa. Denise Goren Bruce Gordin 2020 Fortune Road Glenside, Pa. Richard Gorkes 1822 Brentwood Road Abington, Pa, 544 Susquehanna Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Pamela Grace 1753 Prospect Avenue Abington, Pa. of , . W x5 - Q-:wigs if Karen Grandinetti David Gfaham Lynne Grandinetti 1511 Meadowbrook Road 444 Maple Avenue Meadowbrook, Pa. Ngnh Hills, Pa, 225 444 Maple Avenue North Hills, Pa. Elaine Grandy 2707 Grant Avenue Glenside, Pa. Andrew Greenstein 1016 Devon Road Jenkintown. Pa. "Enough of Science and Art. Sweet is the Lore that Flowers bring," QQ? igigigi 551 ' Cf? ii 25 J. Brian Green 1372 Meetinghouse Road Meadowbrook, Pa. William Griffith 1341 Rothley Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Fred Griffin Suzanne Grimshaw 1447 Edgewood Avenue 950 Roanoke Avenue 5 Roslyn, Pa, Elkll'IS Park. Pa. 226 ' 2 X 11" f Wi'-WS'2mo'liwexl" lo 40,3729 :BQ -X05 ,mb or 'k 0' XX,i Qfdmy V of of x2 Cr lzacuxj g?xQg::r 2 wil- if' . FXWSYZOWXL 'Vx Nea Rf 6 Alan Gross 1311 Green Road Roslyn, Pa. David Gugllemo 535 Baeder Road Jenkintown, Pa. Joseph Guarneri 1347 Partridge Road Roslyn, Pa. R uth G utknecht 2112 Woodland Road Abington. Pa. Peter Hachenburg 1865 Brentwood Road John Hadley 1898 Lambert Road Jenkintown, Pa, Abington, Pa. William Hahn : "QE: "Z'fS:55iE'i.-sZ':slZ 1-, , .l fe-.-'fig' 421 Tennis Avenue North Hills, Pa. N Deborah Haggas Shanna Halpern 1459 Osbourne Avenue 1057 Kingsley Road Roslyn, Pa. Jenkintown, Pa. Richard Hall 134 Robbins Avenue Rockledge, Pa. Barbara Hamilton 833 Maple Avenue Ardsley, Pa. Marie Hamilton 1604 Edge Hill Road Abington, Pa. M Gale Hanas 2874 Woodland Road Roslyn, Pa. Mark Hanna 1454 Old Welsh Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Glenn Hannig 421 Penn Avenue North Hills, Pa. Margaret Harberger 1830 Canterbury Road Abington, Pa. 228 Bruce Hamilton 2132 Guernsey Avenue Abington, Pa. Anne Harrison 1850 Keith Road Abington, Pa. Crffilxd 29 H9 Q 42 ff ,QM Q ow ex ,399 Q93 of QQDQ XQX Q03 of 'K wc? AW X Cn , X9 A XO! VX VX Z 5 gp-be gf! Q 0 B20 Deborah Harrison 416 Osceola Aven Elkins Park, Pa. Holly Hawkins 347 Keswick Avenue Glenside, Pa. Sharon Hauser 26 Andrew Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Virginia Hause 301 Abington Avenue Rockledge, Pa, Carole Hartranft 201 Sylvania Avenue Rockledge, Pa. Edward Haslam 1845 Coolidge Avenue Willow Grove, Pa, 229 fhw. Nina Haviland 2341 Woodland Road Roslyn, Pa. Edward Hayes 2036 Pleasant Avenue Glenside, Pa. Victoria Hayes 1805 Brentwood Road Abington, Pa. Albert Heger 935 Penn Avenue Ardsley, Pa. Wayne Heiser 962 Burke Street Jeffrey Heller 1422 Grovania Avenue Rockledge, Pa, Abington, Pa, Sheila Heller Lois Hennessy 1890 Edmund Road Abington, Pa. 816 Buckingham Road YN' mn- Rydal, Pa. Louis Henry 1381 Michael Road Meadowbrook, Pa. Susan Hennessy 1821 Woodland Road Abington, Pa. 230 Paul Henry 1051 Kipling Road Jenkintown, Pa. E. Michael Hendricks 2918 Limekiln Pike North Hills, Pa, b Lua fvf amd ffhufim in Andrew Hesketh 1227 H IIA R Iy,P. James Hesser C. Wayne H'bbs 2109 Susquehanna Road 709 Monroe A enue Ab g P Ardsley, P D901 2321CfQ,af,, VjQ1,0 5 UQYHQ 101'-HQ VQS4 01m ACQ abomw -HMQ SOM 'x'5'mQ5 WQIM had C? MOL? U ww I Qafwemofifqsil V10 DCU MCU ' I -4 1 ' 0 T YUM, gngqqrufe Heriiu ' 1-H010 are Q3 -Y 1943vaneyR0ad QKSUYX6 nl! Abington,Pa, gm FQQHR zad'wQQO1 '10 Lrxoub E ds weciomsulh. XVXJDNQQ 541511 UJNI 1 .gtffhoppu gg3Agfgw,,eGfp stephen Henr MM Sh Obi 1O51KpIingRo:1d ' UU J k Pa. -+C! QEWQ, 5611 3 rerYm'3mbQf . Emp m-Hludh. Elaine Herscher 1318 Wurderland Road Roslyn, Pa. f ! I ,fwvv Deborah Hess 1939 Chester Avenue Ab' gr ln 0 ,Pa. fvafffz' "cu fm, M595 Ch H b k 1373 Osbourne Avenue Rosiyn, Pa. 1.ove,C5 I again D - I ll ,logg- G1 Pdmcug 0-6382 231 John Heym 2157 Woodland R d Abington, Pa Susan Hileman 1154 Beverly Road Jenkintown, Pa. John Hobson 2975 Oklahoma Road Willow Grove, Pa, U iisgwffm Boy, would a nice cool swim feel good now! Linda Hibbs 855 Maple Avenue Ardsley, Pa, Hester Hightower 1652 Arnold Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. A5 wi? 1 N -,,!.' - . .fn -1 "3 ...t'1,g.-' 232 Sharon Hill Janet Hirsh 415 Stewart Avenue 433 Wingate Road Jenkintown, Pa. Huntingdon Valley. Pa Janet Hockman 2503 Mt, Carmel Avenue Glenside, Pa. Hey look, gold in Baederwood Park! L. Marilyn Hodge 2152 Kent Road Abington, Pa, Susan Hodges 225 Sylvania Avenue Rockledge, Pa. Rosanna Hoefling Jill Hoffman 930 Tyson Avenue 545 Hoyt Road Roslyn, Pa. Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Edward Hofmann 1508 Huntingdon Road Abington, Pa. 233 Carol Hofmann 1950 Briarcliff Avenue Meadowbrook, Pa. Helen Hohnstock 3007 Old Welch Road Willow Grove. Pa. Bonnie Haldeman 1032 Anna Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. . Gary Holloway 1921 Sharon Road Meadowbrook. Pa, Anita Holmes 2552 Pierce Avenue Willow Grove. Pa. ' Leza Holmes 338 Ruscombe Avenue North Hills. Pa. Nancy Hovsepian 1832 Rowland Road ji ' Lindsey Hooper 439 Tennis Avenue North Hills, Pa. Karen Hoover 624 Crescent Avenue Glenside, Pa. Carolyn Hossack Rydal West Apts. Jenkintown, Pa. Abington, Pa. 234 Clifford Howe 1802 Coolidge Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. A1 Martin Hubley 539 Hillcrest Avenue Glenside, Pa. Patricia Humphreys 368 Northwood Avenue Elkins Park, Pa. Robert Hughes 1235 Johnston Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Mark Hughes 210 Blake Avenue Rockledge, Pa. Bruce Hughes 532 Briarwood Road Glenside, Pa. Marion Hughes 1565 Cherry Lane Rydal, Pa. Nancy Hummel 1788 Rockwell Road Abington, Pa. 235 Thomas Hungerford 2764 Kruger Road Roslyn, Pa, Arlene Hunter 618 Hillcrest Avenue Glenside, Pa. Robert Hyman Denise Ianna 547 Briarwood Road Glenside, Pa. 1322 Susquehanna Road Rydal Pa Jeanne Iatesta 2363 Oakdale Avenue Glenside, Pa. Paul Illgen 2602 Burliegh Avenue Glenside, Pa, Martha Jacke 715 Baeder Road Jenkintown Pa Louise Jacquelin F2357 1575 Ferndale Avenue Abington, Pa, Kurt Jacobson Constance Jefferson 2931 Anzac Avenue 349 Osceola Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Elkins Park, Pa, 236 Christine lrelan 114 Sylvania Avenue Rockledge, Pa. fl fl Robin Jenkins 619 Edgeley Avenue Glenside, Pa. Maryann Jobba 2551 Woodland Road Roslyn, Pa. X0 5 A 5 N6-aaoxe' X 'iifff M' 50" 6 sol C1100 60 A4 Nancy Jensen 2042 Horace Avenue Abington, Pa. Deborah Jones 2080 Mount Carmel Avenue Glenside, Pa. Karen Johnston 470 Keswick Avenue Glenside, Pa. 1 Miles Jones 1637 Prospect Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. 237 Curtis Jones 1628 Fairvi Willow Grove, Pa. ew Avenue Tom Jones Sharon Jones 358 Locust Road North Hills. Pa. 1526 Fairview Avenue Willow Grove, Pa, T Henry Ron Jordan 511 Rydal East Jenkintown, Pa. Monica Jordan 445 Cadwalader Avenue Elkins Park, Pa. Richard Kalehoff 719 Garden Road Glenside, Pa. Raise you one. Barbara Josuweit 369 Leona Avenue Huntingdon Valley. Pa. R. Douglas Kahn 840 Winter Road i.....l,:-.Qmun Pa, 03 A Pamela Kaesshaefer 716 Crosswicks R oad 238 Jenkintown, Pa. Linda Juni 1953 Cantebury Road Abington, Pa. Sheldon Kamp 2150 Clearview Avenue Abington, Pa. Cynthia Kantor 1091 Squirrel Jenkintown. llifyf? Yw'ljfg M. igflgijgk Q? Barbara Kappenberger 129 Mayfield Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Sue Kalozi 1644 Huntingdon Road Abington, Pa. Mary Kearney 1437 Hallman Road Roslyn, Pa. l-l Frank Katz 1221 Wrack Road Meadowbrook, Pa. Margaret Kalinoski 2943 Meyer Avenue Ardsley, Pa. Susan Kaufmann 1319 School Lane Rydal, Pa. Roger Kempf 2135 Guernsey Avenue Abington, Pa. Carol Kenderdine 2924 Jefferson Avenue Ardsley, Pa. James Kerrigan 2146 Kenmore Avenue Glenside, Pa. Bonita Kesler 3054 Lnmekiln Pike North Hills. Pa. Sandra Kessel 1149 Oliver Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Robert Ketterlinus 2465 Jenkintown Road Glenside, Pa, Margaret Kidney 1837 Harte Road Jenkintown, Pa Richard Kinard 1974 Maplewood Avenue Abington, Pa, 240 Gayle Kinback 2464 Woodland Road Roslyn, Pa. Sylvia King 1659 Park Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. George Kloske 755 Abington Avenue Glenside. Pa. Jay Kivitz 165 Woodpecker Road Jenkintown, Pa. Louise Kirn 2919 Mt. Carmel Avenue North Hills. Pa. Eloise Kinstler 2538 Patane Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Roxanne Kirk 1079 Old Ford Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Joyce Klyman 11 Chapel Hill Road Huntingdon Valley. Pa. Susan Klauger 500 Hamel Avenue North Hills. Pa. , V yos S Joseph Knittel 2915 Mt, Carmel Avenue North Hills. Pa. P- Q Wendy Knitter 973 Sherman Avenue Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Douglas Koch 542 Briarwood Road Glenside, Pa, John Kochalka Goodness, chalk on my fingers. W wN,,:,,,,,: ' l'll , ' , 7 7 ' l 1,51 , Q VJ- .M 5-A"l' lm. ,L M-.,.,W,, eq-.....,, V, . "x 367 Church Road Philadelphia, Pa. 242 Robert Koch 2002 Parkview Avenue Abington, Pa. Kevin Kohler 1548 Elkins Avenue Abington, Pa. an-tx Barbara Koerner 133 Central Avenue Rockledge, Pa. Jill Koppel 632 Oakshade Avenue Elkins Park, Pa. Eugene Kopacki 1707 Rockwell Road Abington, Pa. WWW IWW ,,,,,.WR I X5 W MMI ,?f3:"D3g221,, ' IGI? IKQEWW IW P K 1151MI R M d b I I ...nd I Kevin Kozac ' 211 Meetinghouse Road W Jenkintown, P I -13995 I If's 'bf-BW A iWca'I' yaav-, Uovdl' eve.-A 40NI'f'I' xKVk0.+l-LTC' Boy" GMM mme. Keioewh clasg Theodore Kratzke I 1539 Luk Avenu Tai R I P KQV QDGM- J'esse6 44, Ill Lx D K k I D I K b 2522 B kd I Roslyn, Pa. 7B h dA ue R I P ,ev Goocillusegk I 8 Qu Q rauss 6 1330 green Road QILQI O I Roslyn, Pa. IC mtg malfchgd by ,gau- skill as a Qaleee in :Momma 4 120,-osgexm ehqembeb LNES I fthe gvefab James we: 1 sCI15MOI'ffl Schvolfvi Wm v meebf belfween som es ibrgpu, I Aw helm? me wifbh on 'Rae Facet fbegbgg I if 0WXQw"q1?'5w ur sig ch 345661- 2 A , 7 SclwgjImovgimg'Jbr 'HIEQLLS-" -fumes O'9l8I"'H1 School 1455050 -fab Mwfhv-'anofilcrlcb 4,azQ."gbWM-fbbv ffm' M on if ZIQDMZ f?huj6 Gang, Gary Kulla X51 1078 Kingsley Road '1-'gazwv gif: an piece you 60052 1 Govlfd go M IA3f691ou:6 your pabfenao and 0p4Y1I0f'lS I doulohf We Looutd have been efyb able. TW never-,Q Cgov.,U'ess', and I hope 11510-bfeabskgoqb ,Hman H5 has fndnepacfz Hawagvod-fame 011 4511 wood r1yrqph.S'..D 16 'tal' Kwan' 2439r0vUf0l ITP kqowgrovo 1572351 :QP Lava g Lfnaia , 2 E up BEQDBHH 96960 A0251 Olwbzf- Leeasg T l l l l L f . G l lfy P Andrea Kushner 542 Oak Shade Avenue Elkins Park, Pa. Heather Lane 2726 Moreland Road Willow Grove, Pa. Doretta Kurtz IJ A 3 AQ, X 231 1 P R d , Floslyn,E::m 03 611 ll pw Q l ll ,l ll my , ll? 3' V TW 1, Andrew Kuspis 1864 Ambler Road Abington, Pa. Judith LaMorgua 1035 Sherman Avenue W Huntingdon Valley Pa Thomas Lacey 2812 Anzac Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Charles LaCroix 305 Elm Avenue North Hills. Pa. Bruce Landsberg Diane Lang 660 Forrest Avenue 2079 Jenkintown Road Jenkintown, Pa. Glenside, Pa. 244 Christian Lange 627 Cricket Avenue Ardsley, Pa. Jane Large 354 Northwood Avenue Elkins Park, Pa. Helen Lawler 2151 Curtis Avenue Abington, Pa. All together now girls. v , Dorth Lee Mary Lawson y 1576 Grovania Avenue 2552 pierce Avenue Abington, Pa. 245 Wiilow Grove, Pa, Marjorie Leaness 1352 Reservoir Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Helen Lee 2634 Phipps Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. Robert Lee 2106 Rush Road Abington, Pa. Vicki Lee 1729 High Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. Cindy Leedom 527 Melody Lane Glenside, Pa. Carol Lefferts 2428 Fairhill Avenue Glenside Pa Karen Leib 966 Wesley Avenue Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Linda Leidich 59 Durand Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. David Leon 826 Llanfair Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 246 Kathleen Lerch 623 Monroe Avenue Glenside, Pa. Renee Lester 322 Cadwalader Avenue Elkins Park, Pa. Bruce Lizerbram 573 Hoyt Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Linda Liss 219 Rockledge Avenue Rockledge, Pa, Stephen Lippitt Rydal Apts. 103 West Jenkintown, Pa. x. Joel Levitt 1835 Lippincott Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. James Linn 2433 Norwood Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Joanne Lizzio 1842 Horace Avenue Virginia Little 409 North Hills Avenue North Hills, Pa. 247 Abington Pa Ken Lizzio 1828 Horace Avenue Abington. Pa. Maureen Longshole 1015 Anna Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Paul Logan 681 Monroe Avenue Ardsley, Pa. X Daniel Loston 1736 Easton Road Willow Grove, Pa. James Loudon 949 Laurance Avenue Elkins Park. Pa. Louise Lynn 1379 Lindbergh Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Paul Lucas 634 Moredon Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa James Mackleer 2083 Old Welsh Road Abington, Pa. 4-in M? Robin MacElwee Phillip MacSparron 1833 Fairview Avenue 2053 Jenkintown Road Willow Grove, Pa. Abington, Pa. 248 Patricia Magison 2131 Curtis Avenue Abington, Pa. Diana Madden 2226 Old Welsh Road Willow Grove. Pa. Anthony Madden 2226 Old Welsh Road Willow Grove, Pa. Kevin Mailey 221 Holmecrest Avenue Jenkintown, Pa. Howard Maisenhelder 415 Linden Avenue Glenside, Pa. Gary Maitha 206 Church Road Philadelphia, Pa, Karen Maitin Ian Malatesta 3 Carol Place 1207 Huntingdon Pike Meadowbrook, Pa. Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 249 '7 Arlene Majors 1520 Washington Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. F M CVM 1 Benchwarmers Alan Malkin 1301 Fairy Hill Road Rydal, Pa. Thomas Mallozi 375 Locust Road North Hills, Pa. Donna Mandel 661 Susquehanna Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Nancy Marcy 727 Highland Avenue Jenkintown, Pa, 250 Valerie Maniscalo Mark Manstein 141 Roy Street 1400 Rydal Road Philadelphia, Pa. Rydal, Pa. Nina Margusity . 2354 Geneva Avenue Glenside, Pa. John Marino 39 Jarrett Avenue Rockledge, Pa. Francis Markey 3039 Turner Avenue Roslyn, Pa. The height of fashion. Steven Markind Roger Marra 929 Henrietta Avenue 1417 Fitzwatertown Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Willow Grove, Pa. Richard Marsillio 321 Sylvania Avenue Glenside, Pa. Caryn Marshall 1623 Biddle Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Daniel Martin 1028 Delene Road Jenkintown, Pa. hx Barbara Marvis Michael Marzo 2903 Turner Avenue Roslyn, Pa, 706 Moredon Road Meadowbrook, Pa, Cheryl Matthews 2660 Fernwood Road Rydal. Pa. Christian Matthy 1461 Blue Jay Road Roslyn, Pa. Cheryl Maust 140 Tyson Avenue Glenside, Pa. Linda McAf BB 263 N. Easton Road Elizabeth McAllister 320 Hamel Avenue North Hills, Pa, ff L. Glenside, Pa. ' 9,559 x c X ov-'S 3" to Q -S, Y-'ob 5342311 .ex Q0 No wk GP CL 252 N-Q: Qooa ef Sharon Matkov 52 Andrew Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa, are Sharon McCarron 1507 Edgewood Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Robert McCarter 2930 Madison Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Myra McCoy 1632 High Avenu Willow Grove, Pa James McConomy Madison Manor B-101 Abington, Pa. Charles McClung 2027 Parkview Avenue Abington, Pa. Donna McCarthy 318 North Hills Avenue North Hills, Pa. Daniel McCloskey 1230 Oak Terrace Avenue Abington, Pa. ,Q--..,X Viv Marvin McCoy 1632 High Avenue Willow Grove, Pa, x .af 253 Chris McCracken 925 Huntingdon Pike Huntingdon Valley, Pa. L Beth McCullough 1501 Easton Road Roslyn, Pa. John McGeady 1836 Edmund Road Abington, Pa. Mary McFadden 227 Mankind Avenue Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Linda McGuire ' 14 Chandler Street ' Rockledge, Pa, Egg' E12 1:55 ' F531-I1-f 1 ' Clifford McKeown 752 Edge Hill Road Glenside. Pa, Glenn McKee 1235 Fitzwatertown Road Roslyn, Pa. Bradley McKeever 1406 Holcomb Road Meadowbrook. Pa. Raymond McLaughlin 185 Pine Avenue Roslyn, Pa. L. Maureen McKinnery Patricia McLay 1318 Grovania Avenue 2808 Norman Road Abington, Pa. Roslyn, Pa. 254 Margaret McLean 1332 Rose Road Roslyn, Pa. John McTamney 1828 Brentwood Road Abington, Pa. 5 Christine McLeIland 672 Edge Hill Road Glenside, Pa, Roger Meinken 1747 Old Welsh Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Martin McTeigue 2770 Galloway Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Eric Meitzner 124 Lynnwood Avenue Glenside, Pa. Vincenzo Menniti Joan Metzger 127 Shelmire Street 2940 Kanes Avenu Philadelphia. Pa. Willow Grove, Pa. 255 Charles Messina 1751 KimballAvenue Willow Grove, Pa. George Meyers 2539 Pershing Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Robert Meyers 2539 Pershing Avenue Roslyn. Pa. Thomas Meyers 1363 Panther Road Rydal, Pa. Sylvia Milks 2451 Brookdale Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Cathy Miller Benson East Apts. - Jenkintown, Pa, Budd Mnldenberg 2028 Fortune Road Glenside, Pa. 2 Deborah Michael 1810 Fleming Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. Reflections Joanne Micciolo 627 Kelly Lane Glenside, Pa. Maureen Miller 1830 Edmund Road Mary D. Miller 330 Cliveden Avenue Glenside, Pa. Martin Miller 1174 Valley Road Rydal, Pa. Abington, Pa. Micheal Miller 330 Cliveden Avenue Glenside, Pa. Robert J. Miller 2488 Kenderton Avenue Roslyn, Pa. 257 Deborah Mmtzer 728 Pembroke Road Jenkintown, Pa, Wllllam Muller 369 Sylvania Avenue Glenslde, Pa, Jeffrey Milnes 1407 Tallyho Road Meadowbrook. Pa. Barbara Mock 2013 Pleasant Avenue Glenside, Pa. John Moeller 2821 Meyer Avenue Ardsley, Pa. Richard Montgomery 2124 Horace Avenue Abington. Pa. Michelle Moran 2078 Woodlawn Avenue Glenside, Pa, Eric Morgan 743 Carmot Road Jenkintown, Pa. Deborah Morris 357 Cadwalader Avenue Elkins Park, Pa. Edward Morton 359 Northwood Avenue Elkins Park, Pa. 258 Kenneth Moll 1809 Acorn Lane Abington, Pa. Dawn Motter 910 Old Huntingdon Pike Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Ronald Moyer 2051 Fortune Road Glenside, Pa. Karen Myers 730 Washington Lane Rydal, Pa. Patrick Murphy 1055 Huntingdon Abington, Pa. Karann Murphy 1661 Arnold Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. Road Linda Mrvica 2727 Old Welsh Road Willow Grove, Pa. Linda Mullen 1359 Edgewood Avenue Roslyn, Pa. 259 Robert Murphy 1945 Susquehanna Street Abington, Pa. Paul Myers 714 Seminole Avenue Abington, Pa. Richard Myers 2332 Rumg Road Roslyn, Pa. Paula Napoleon 1952 Acorn Lane Abington, Pa. Gertrude Mynders 737 Highland Avenue Jenkintown, Pa, Robert J. Nathan 804 Suffolk Road Rydal, Pa. Robert Nathan 633 Linton Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Joseph Nazarene 985 Sherman Avenue Huntingdon Valley. Pa. Janis Naudascher 100 Loney Street Philadelphia, Pa, Robert Nemore 1028 Henrietta Avenue Huntingdon Valley, Pa. William Neely Ellen Neumann 2640 Lamott Avenue 429 Cedaf Road Willow Grove, Pa. Elkins Park' P34 260 Andrew Newman 980 Brown Avenue Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Thomas Notley Cindy Nltzky Rydal East Apt. 31 Jenkintown, Pa. Janise Newman 313 Cricket Avenue North Hills, Pa. Denise Nozisko 2972 Madison Avenue Roslyn, Pa. 147 High School Road Elkins Park, Pa. Elizabeth Nuttlng 1990 Moreland Road Abington, Pa, L. Jacqueline Ocks Sharon Ogle Linda Oertel 560 Tyson Avenue Ardsley, Pa. 625 Oak Shade Avenue 964 Brown Avenue Elkins Park, Pa. Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Eric Olmstead 1238 Cox Road Rydal, Pa. Dennis O Hara 653 Tennis Avenue Ardsley, Pa, Eric Oritt 738 Susquehanna Road Rydal. Pa, Ronald Ost 1583 Williams Road Abington Pa Joan Oswald 1911 Corinthian Avenue Abington. Pa. Charles Oswald 266 Shelmire Road Philadelphia, Pa. Alease Owens 1612 Washington Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. Robert Owen J9ffI'9Y 0Y'ef 1539 Marian Road 1357 Gfeefl Road Abington, Pa. ROSWIWV P3- 262 Jody Palitz 1880 Plne Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Thomas Pagiegal 2943 Madison Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Linda Palisca 725 Hamel Avenue Ardsley, Pa. Andrew Paradise 151 1 Grove Avenue Jenkintown, Pa. ls J. Christopher Paris 2003 Susquehanna Road Abington, Pa. Elaine Parker 535 Highland Avenue Jenkintown Pa John Parker Cil1dY P3l'S0nS 425 Sylvania Avenue 227 Leona Avenue Glenside, Pa. Huntingdon Valley, Pa 263 Deborah Parks 1228 Red Rambler Road Rydal, Pa. John Partridge 751 Roseland Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Thomas Partridge Benson Manor 4710 Jenkintown, Pa. Robert Paul 1240 Gilbert Road Meadowbrook, Pa. Richard Peltzer 412 Shelmire Street Philadelphia, Pa. Christine Penecale 1883 Lu Kens Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. 4 Michael Pawell 1221 Mildred Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Ted Peiffer 336 Cliveden Avenue Glenside, Pa. Paul Patton 1038 Easton Roslyn, Pa. Christine Peppelman 1518 Huntingdon Pike Huntingdon Valley, Pa, John Peregrim 2047 Pleasant Avenue Glenside, Pa. James Perkins 2943 Jefferson Avenue Ardsley, Pa, P. Louis Peronace 339 Zane Avenue Philadelphia, Pa, John Perry 827 Penn Avenue Glenside, Pa. Vicki Perrin 1135 Grovania Avenue Abington, Pa, John P. Pflanz 1567 Lindberg Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Christine Phillips 1653 Summit Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. 265 Holly Pilgren 225 Tyson Avenue Glenside, Pa. L Russell Pinkerton 1545 Osbourne Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Patricia Pistilli 1166 Mildred Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Susan Pisciotta 2416 Norwood Avenue Roslyn, Pa, Lois Platt 1562 Grovania Avenue Abington, Pa. f Carol Pizzelli 213 Ruscombe Avenue North Hills, Pa. Mary Polansky 1372 Partridge Road Roslyn, Pa. Margret Platt 1562 Grovania Avenue Abington, Pa. Robert Portney 1352 Micheal Road Meadowbrook, Pa. Steven Polson virginia Pong 1847 WBISOH Road 848 Easton Road Abington, Pa. Glenside, Pa, 266 Elleen Price 1832 Preston Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. ,wx Y!! uv'-M-x James Powell 1020 Acorn Lane Abington. Pa. Theresa Powell 229 Flay Street Philadelphia, Pa. John Provost 2840 Limklin Pike North Hills, Pa. Joyce Prior 1560 Birchwood Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Cecelia Pulli 801 Hamel Avenue Ardsley, Pa. g Denise Purpura A Nancy Quigley 1575 Edgehill Road 2418 Fairhill Road Abington, Pa. Glenside. Pa, 267 Margaret Py 270 Tulpehocken Avenue Elkins Park, Pa. Teacher: I can't understand it. Since I offered 5 points for class participa- tion everyone has been raising their handl" QQ i iii if ifgii Joseph Quinn 2541 Brookdale Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Catherine Radosin 283 Runner Street Philadelphia, Pa. William Rafferty 1810 Woodland Road Abington, Pa. Patricia Ramsey 667 Monroe Avenue Ardsley, Pa, 268 K Cheryl Raffle Joanne Rahn 310 Cricket Avenue 2075 Maplewood Avenue North Hills, Pa. Abington, Pa. William Randall 765 Jackson Avenue Ardsley, Pa. How many different schedules can I follow at once. Lynn Randolph 1090 Kipling Road Jenkintown Pa Stephen Raslavich 2507 Rodcliff Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Robert Rauenzahn Donna Ray 234 Perry Street 820 Longstreth Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. William Redner 885 Easton Road Apts, 987 Glenside. Pa. 269 Mary Rebelo 674 Harrison Avenu X Ardsley, Pa. 7 ... ? John Reed 45 N. Sylvania Avenue Rockledge. Pa. Larry Reese 1811 Lycoming Avenue Abington, Pa. Linda Reese 461 Hamel Avenue North Hills, Pa. Claudia Reet 552 Hoyt Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa Anita Reifsnyder 256 Maple Avenue North Hills, Pa. Linda Reichert 276 Perry Street Elkins Park. Pa. Sandra Rementer 133 Blake Avenue Rockledge, Pa. Edith Reynolds 21 12 Susquehanna Street Abington, Pa. Edward Reynolds 2323 Hamilton Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. 270 Jeffrey Reynolds 1075 Holly Tree Road Abington. Pa. Diane Rieser 369 Holme Avenue Elkins Park, Pa. Gary Robbins Benson Manor Apts. 3125 Jenkintown, Pa. Patrick Riley 707 Kirkwood Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Edward Riley 1404 Warner Road Meadowbrook. Pa. Kenneth Riffkin 1369 Arlnne Avenue Roslyn, Pa, Eleanor Righter 1440 White Owl Road Roslyn, Pa. Laurie Robbins hi. Susan Ritting 782 Tyson Avenue Ardsley, Pa. 631 Susquehanna Road Huntingdon Valley. Pa. Florence Roberts 1484 Jericho Road Abington. Pa. L William Roberts 2013 Parkview Avenue Abington, Pa. Gary Robinson 2615 Ferwood Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Paul Rodberg 217 Rolling Hill Road Elkins Park, Pa, Margaret Robinson 1323 Flenore Road Meadowbrook, Pa. Nancy Roehm 316 Margaretta Avenue Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Ruth Rodenhausen 2410 Woodland Road Roslyn, Pa. Gary Roesing 2736 Hazel Avenue North Hills, Pa. Linda Roemhild Charles Rohrer 114 Church Road 739 Penn Avenue Rockledge, Pa. Ardsley, Pa, 272 Mike Rose 1910 Jenkintown Road Jenkintown, Pa. Robert Rohrer 730 Penn Avenue Ardsley, Pa. Ronald Roop 2232 Wisteria Avenue Glenside, Pa. Susan Rosenberg '1006 Edge Hill Road Roslyn, Pa. E351 Peter Rosenberg 1225 Fairy Hill Road Rydal, Pa, Jill Rosenfeld 528 Hoyt Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Anita Rossi Jon Rosenwald Carol Rossi 1266 June Road 406 Abington Avenue Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Glenside, Pa. 273 1128 Hall Avenue Roslyn, Pa. ,J George Roth 142 Blake Avenue Rockledge, Pa. Robert Rush 1646 Buck Hill Drive Huntingdon Valley, Pa, Daniel Royfe 1811 Sharon Road Meadowbrook, Pa. Karl Rutzmoser 700 Huntingdon Pike Rockledge, Pa. Edward Rubin 1226 Oliver Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Charles Rudkin 403 Forrest Avenue Elkins Park, Pa, llll l l Lane Ruoff l Matthew Ruscht 475 Mill Road Meadowbrook, Pa. 274 2655 Hazel Avenue North Hills Pa 'B ...Q a V .nr in - -Q rw -. 1 22" --me -.3 ...Q- .-T. .ve gf Sa Mary Sado 1554 Birchwood Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Rosemary Ryan 2232 Menlo Avenue Glenside, Pa. John Saddington 2715 Ivy Lane North Hills, Pa. Rikki Samuel 1426 Autumn Road Jenkintown, Pa, Joanne Ryan 2439 Avondale Avenue Roslyn, Pa. L Joan Sager 910 Cypress Avenue Elkins Park, Pa. Gwen Saget 1255 June Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Would you believe I have a test next period. 275 Janet Salanik 121 Robbins Avenue Rockledge, Pa, 93 Sue Santee 2900 Hammond Road Roslyn, Pa, 4-'Aww Jan Saurman 528 Baedar Road Jenkintown, Pa. Kerry Schatzman 2413 Woodland Road Roslyn, Pa. Nancy Schisler 2115 Jenkintow Glenside, Pa. n Road Richard Schmilewske 528 Melody Lane Glenside, Pa. 3 Friedhilde Schnepf 379 Ainslie Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 2 Leonard Sautter 1913 Canterbury Road Abington, Pa. Deborah Schodle 1440 Davidson Road Abington, Pa. George Schoeck 2932 Woodland Roac Roslyn, Pa. X SX NSS 3 . Q. -. -- -me K ,X sl-sf .4 -' , . . -Qifwaf . .. . V- .,. 1. ,.,k 8.1, ,. Q. .' S7 X gi 1.52 - , - , .1 -.5 asa-:mq.e1 K f..5,5,e., ,. -W e .W ,..,5,Wo -1-.f,g5zl,ife-. , n -. . , f fail- 1 va .Nw Karen Schroeder 633 Fern Road Glenside, Pa. , I , Vlfglnli Schuyler 2121 Kenmore Avenue Glenside, Pa. Barry Segal 574 Wanamaker Road Jenkintown, Pa. S X M Q iiwqsf 3 Wag. 5 Q We Q l 1 5 K 2 SE 3 es, Q Q we S 9 Fx X 2 5 Q Sa S 93 sl Q Q f pe! 3 S n , 2.159357 signs., U. 1iiE'gf'f-wi . :, .N :. A-4 959. ' 1 -V , Sl 't "W Frank Scott 1236 Washington Lane Rydal Pa Janet Schwarzman 1255 Oliver Road Huntingdon Valley. Pa. Roy Scott 345 Evergreen Road Jenkintown, Pa. . 4 1 Patrlcla Scredlnskn 1 1423 Reservoir Avenue Roslyn. Pa. L f 1 ww.12,.f,.?7.s5,.w- 2 -. -fam -,., .f..f4.sf - ' 'fi L .J David Servis 418 Chancellor Avenue Elkins Park, Pa. I Aa ,MAJ D 99 4f,,,.fA,.,fhfW ,,,,,,,.,c..M R31 'I James Seward 1571 Lindbergh Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Gail Shapiro 1077 Claire Avenue Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Robert Shaw 2020 Jenkintown Road Glenside, Pa. Z Q19 of, 55 f .fK6ezofiT3eJ' 555 ' Bruce Sheppard 329 Holmecrest Road Jenkintown. Pa. Janet Shoemaker 1529 Huntingdon Road Abington, Pa. Debra Shulman 1302 Woodland Road Rydal, Pa. Susan Shortall 1337 Green Road Roslyn, Pa. 278 'WW' Elaine Shaw 136 Elm Avenue Rockledge. Pa. ou O ees" 'WEQAWZQ af Wea VSUWD 0262 4 X905 .N K A " Yi ww 1 Neil Shupak 1458 Pepper Road Jenkintown, Pa, Lee Shuster 885 Easton Road Glenside, Pa. Steven Shuster 231 Marco Road Elkins Park, Pa. QQ! XO 'X ' iw vsfwtfzviw SOM' ow .S Jw s l jj!! K i flaw i Sgt Karen Silver 902 Frazier Road Rydal, Pa Albert Sigg Susan Silverman 11 Lee-Lynn Lane Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 310 Evergreen Road Jenkintown, Pa. Barbara Siefken 724 Fairfield Road Glenside, Pa. Jill Silverman 937 Dale Road Meadowbrook, Pa. 279 Hugh Simmons 1675 Easton Road Willow Grove, Pa. Hedy Sine 2722 Jenkintown Road North Hills, Pa. Vera Skuhersky 1064 lrvin Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa, Sarah Singer 906 Frog Hollow Terrace Jenkintown, Pa. Ralph Slater 319 Roberts Avenue Glenside, Pa. Eugene Smith 2304 Pleasant Avenue Glenside, Pa. I Smith 29 Susquehanna Road Abington, Pa, Elizabeth Smith 814 Cedar Road Philadelphia, Pa. Laurie Smith 21 South Sylvania Avenue Rockledge, Pa. G. Craig Smith Robert Smith 1941 Guernsey Avenue 1412 Afr1Old Avenue Abington, Pa. R0SlYn' P3- 280 Jill Snowdon 600 Fern Road Glenside, Pa. Gerson Smoger 959 Henrietta Avenue Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Judith Sobleman 1861 Edmund Road Abington, Pa. Zelda Snyder 1077 Kingsley Road Jenkintown, Pa. Mark Solomon 1066 Sparrow Road Jenkintown, Pa. Elizabeth Snowden 368 Evergreen Road Jenkintown, Pa. Why is the photographer taking a pictu e of me eating my sandwich. James Somers 725 Central Avenue Ardsley, Pa. Alfred Sommerfleld 2465 Norwood Avenue Roslyn, Pa, Samuel Sorendino 216 Zane Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Jeffrey Sorkin 945 Henrietta Avenue Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Paul Specht 1244 Old Ford Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa, Nancy Spector 35 Chapel Hill Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Karen Speadel 1556 Edgewood Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Richard Spector 136 Cedar Road Elkins Park, Pa. fs' ifwih 282 Clinton Spencer 124 Central Avenue North Hills, Pa. Craig Spencer 1826 Edgehill Road Abington, Pa. Carlton Stanback 351 Tulpehocken Avenue Elkins Park, Pa. Marie Stachowiak 779 Rodman Avenue Jenkintown, Pa, Paul Spitalnick 449 Wingate Road Huntingdon Valley Pa Steven Spier 353 Ainslie Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Pamela Spiro 839 Fox Chase Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. William Stahl 2949 Grisdale Road Roslyn, Pa. 283 James Stanislaw 2857 Woodland Road Roslyn. Pa. Susan Starkey 2153 Mt. Carmel Avenue Glenside, Pa, Jay Staub 324 Felix Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa, ww., Curt Steel 1405 Crovania Avenue Abington. Pa. William Steever 2128 Susquehanna Road Abington, Pa. David Stein 323 Meetinghouse Road Jenkintown, Pa. Meryl Stern 1850 Edmund Road Abington, Pa. el. Richard Stenberg 1356 Clarke Road Roslyn, Pa. Dorlayna Stephens 2626 Dumont Avenue Glenside, Pa, Christopher Stevenson 832 Delene Road Jenkintown, Pa. 284 QPFNHR. Bruce Stewart 1932 Washington Lane Meadowbrook, Pa. Howard Stewart 2611 Barnes Avenue Roslyn, Pa. French Strother enrag- William Stewart 1057 Arbuta Road Abington, Pa. 2634 Arnaud Avenue Glenside, Pa. Steven Sucsy 1427 Noble Road Rydal, Pa. Lynne Strassheim 1270 Gilbert Road Meadowbrook, Pa. Gregory Sudler John Stoughton 619 Edgehill Road Glenside, Pa. Abby Suckle 928 Franzier Road Rydal, Pa. 2315 Hamilton Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. 285 Thomas Sullivan 1622 Medeira Avenue Jenkintown, Pa. C XS "Togetherness" Janet Swain 1217 Rosemont Lane Abington, Pa. Richard Swenson 1160 Meetinghouse Road Meadowbrook, Pa. Louis Summers 1574 Coolridge Avenue Roslyn, Pa. James Supplee 1149 Cumberland Road Abington, Pa. 2 Paul Swanger David Sweeny 233 Central Avenue 7948 Church Road North Hills, Pa. Rockledge, Pa, Karl Szymanski 1857 Acorn Lane Abington, Pa. "l thought he just wanted to see if the jerseys fit not the whole uniform." Susan Taggeri 1850 Cleveland Avenue Abington. Pa. Caryl Tambling 1329 Clarke Road Abington, Pa. mv""'s. John Tanner 2217 Wisteria Avenue 915 Colwyn Road Glenside, Pa. Wy? N a Marc Taylor J MQW tanley Telenzak 1257 Wunderland Road Roslyn, Pa. 287 lx .-M. K Deborah Teasdale 1819 Cleveland Avenue Abington, Pa. Katerine Tichenor 1316 Lindsey Lane Meadowbrook, Pa. Thomas Teubel 1350 King Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Craig Thatcher 2086 Jenkintown Road Glenside, Pa. Earl Thorne 141 Eperton Avenue Glenside, Pa. Rickey Tidwell 850 Garfield Avenue Ardsley Pa Joann Tiziana 1234 Boone Avenue Roslyn. Pa. Deborach Tobias 1872 Watson Road Abington. Pa. Steven Tomlin 1444 Huntingdon Road Abington, Pa, Richard Thomas 640 Harrison Avenue Ardsley, Pa. Shelley Toran 1013 Old Forge Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Steve Tranquillo 1087 Marie Road Rydal. Pa. Walter Tyson 1467 Blue Jay Road Roslyn, Pa, Walter Tsou 1127 Westbury Road Jenkintown, Pa. Cindy Tucker 727 Woodside Road Jenkintown, Pa, Patricia Turner 2159 Menlo Avenue Glenside Pa Joanne Tucker 2972 Carnation Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. Daniel Ullman 1373 Old Forge Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Thomas Tyrrell 2247 Albright Avenue Abington, Pa. Rhonda Ullman 331 Cedar Road Elkins Park. Pa, Thomas Unruh 511 Melody Lane Glenside, Pa. Carol Unterberger 1929 Acorn Lane Abington. Pa. Charles Urian 1949 Corinthian Avenue Abington, Pa. Linda Vallette 1026 Claire Avenue Huntingdon Valley. Pa. B... K Amy Van Hook 1572 Huntingdon Road Abington. Pa, Stephen Vasoli 445 Roberts Avenue Glenslde, Pa. Emily Vaughn 1616 High Avenue Willow Grove, Pa, Barbara Verbeck 251 Edge Hill Road North Hills. Pa, 290 Ronnie Verstein 954 Henrietta Avenue Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Ellen Vigilante 2244 Mt. Carmel Avenue Glenside, Pa. Joanne Wagner 64 Moredon Road Philadelphia, Pa. Kathy VOII 155 Roslyn Avenue Glenside, Pa. Randi Vlzak 990 Indian Creek Road 1 Jenkintown, Pa. Samuel Vigorita 2328 Tague Avenue Glenside. Pa. Carol Vinsh 2140 Parkview Avenue Abington. Pa. Susan Wager 1442 White Owl Road Roslyn, Pa. Nancy Wainwright 1722 Hilltop Road Jenkintown. Pa. Lorraine Walker 2241 Wharton Road Glenside. Pa, Pamela Walker 2225 Rubicarn Avenue Willow Grove. Pa. Susan Walker 527 Pine Tree Road Jenkintown, Pa. of Road Lawrence Ward 735 e Hill Road Qc GI side, Pa. atf' Rosalie Washington 1661 Fairview Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. Ernest Washington 1631 Arnold Road Willow Grove, Pa. 22 C. Andre Washington 1726 Summit Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. I wonder if it is really in here. Susan Ward 621 Central Avenue Ardsley. Pa. 1fwQli Deborah Weber 1367 Arnold Avenue Roslyn, Pa. 'x W W Glenn Watson 2960 Thunderhead Road Roslyn, Pa. Anne Weaver 408 Sylvania Avenue Glenside, Pa. Robert Weaver 1472 Osbourne Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Linda Weill 2912 Woodland Road Roslyn, Pa. Robert Weber 755 Baeder Road Jenkintown, Pa. Mark Webster 307 Edgley Avenue Glenside, Pa. 293 Susan Weil 1540 Hower Road Abington, Pa. Elizabeth Weinberg 1452 Frog Hollow Terrace Rydal Pa Joan Weiner 1420 Davidson Road Abington, Pa. Susan Weir 358 Church Road Fox Chase, Pa. Bonnie Weston 1871 Keith Road Abington, Pa, Frederick Welsh 729 Upsal Road Rydal, Pa. Bonnie Weiss 884 Gregory Road Rydal, Pa. Sandi Weiss 711 Martin Road Elkins Park, Pa. William Wentzel George Weyhmuller 2232 Pleasant Avenue 513 Pasadena Avenue Gleriside, Pa. Hollywood, Pa. 294 .U 1 iff My I -fl f 1, Richard Whitby N 1923 Canterbury Road JA 1 , Abington, Pa. if if Wifi brief Sheryl Weymouth 415 Hamel Avenue North Hills, Pa. W Catherine Whisman 2143 Ridgeview Avenue Abington, Pa. Mary White 2443 Mt. Carmel Avenue Glenside, Pa. Linda White Glenside, Pa. 2371 Mt. Carmel Avenue Linda Whitham 429 Monroe Avenue North Hills, Pa. William Whitney 1221 Rosemont Lane Abington, Pa. Ellen Wicker 161 Serrill Road Elkins Park, Pa. 295 mn. t. Charles Whyte 1050 Wellington Road Jenkintown, Pa. Leonard Wilensky 1435 Autumn Road Flydal, Pa. Richard Wlgmore 1558 Elkins Avenue Abington, Pa. Peggy Wilkinson 940 Garfield Avenue Ardsley, Pa. Constance Wilsbach 2948 Carnation Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. Jerome Williams 1658 Arnold Avenue Willow Grove, Pa. Deborah Williamson 2562 Fernwood Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Letia Winder 445 Linden Avenue Glenside, Pa, Linwood Wilson Laurie Wing 1556 Prospect Avenue 1062 Holly Tree Road Willow Grove, Pa. Jenkintown, Pa. 296 Dorothy Woehr 1029 Maple Avenue Ardsley, Pa. Peggy Wirta 629 Pine Tree Road Jenkintown, Pa. Lynne Wisenauer 1129 Highland Avenue Abington, Pa. Christopher Wolf 1568 Elkins Avenue Abington, Pa. Danielle Woerner 629 Roslyn Avenue Glenside, Pa. Kenneth Wolfe 822 Winter Road Rydall, Pa. V Joel Worster Albert Worthington 1416 Huntingdon Road 319 T6f1f1iS Avenue Abington, Pa. Ardsley, Pa. 297 John Worster 1416 Huntingdon Road Abington. Pa. Richard Yonker 740 Martin Road Elkins Park, Pa. David Yeager 1326 Edgewood Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Barbara Young 2926 Joyce Road Roslyn, Pa. A Marilyn Zeeb 1900 Smith Avenue Willow Grove, Pa, Edward Yukenavitch 2333 Jenkintown Road Glenside, Pa. 5""x L William Zanan 938 lrvin Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa Benna Zimmerman Frontier Road Dublin, Pa. Frederick Zeth Gilbert Zimmerman 1350 Lindbergh Avenue 2517 Rodcliffe Avenue Roslyn, Pa. Roslyn, Pa. 298 - f' i , rg L ,va A s o 1- Raymond Zitzer Marcia Zoslaw 332 Ainslie Road 1593 Williams Road Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Abington, Pa. E IORS OTPICTURED John Apida Howard Bacon Beverly Beatty John Bennett Michael Berezney Frank Biletz Carl Bincarousky Marykate Brady Billieann Brotman Steven Cardillo Daniel Casale Carolyn Casen Dean Chacker Ida Chen Hans Christoph George Crosson John Crosson Andrew Dainis Douglas Davis Robert Devlin Caryl Downing William Duff Victor Gray Nicholas Farino Wayne Frame Michael Friedland John Frizzle Jonathan Harmon Robert Hegedus William Hurd Richard James John Knapp Janis Landgraf Robert Lewis William Liebert Dan Magaziner Timothy Mahon John Mahoney Rose Mason Bradford Matey 299 Roberta Merkins John O'NeiIl Matthew Pluscht Thomas Robson Charles Rocco Chris Flubis Steve Savitz Matthew Saunders Cynthia Seaforth Jim Senger Theresa Smith Elizabeth Steen Franklin Sudler Jeffrey Taylor Thomas Ulmer Bonnie Voice Ulice Washington Allan Wilde Barbara Wilde E IOR STATISTICS ACETO, CHRISTOPHER: Track 15 Golf 2, 45 Class Council 2, 35 Student Council 45 Leo Club 45 Intramural Basketball 3, 45 Seniorq Prom 4. ADAMS, WENDY: Rock and Roll Club 1, 35 Hall Monitor 35 Black Theater Workshop 3. AGE LDINGE R, SUSAN: Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 2, 3. ALBERT, ARTHUR: Archeology 15 Class Council,Parliamentarian 35 Student Council 45 Tennis Team 2, 3, 45 Ghost Post, Photography Editor 25 Interact, Treasurer, Associate Vice-President 3, 45 Junior Orientation 3, 45 Spanish Club 1. ALICANDRO, JOHN: FBLA 1, 25 Intramural Bowling 2, 3. ALLEN, EUGENIA: "Guys and Dolls" 15 "Carousel" 25 "FioreIlo" 25 "Roar of The Greasepaint" 35 "Men of One Master" 35 "West Side Story" 35 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 45 Theatre Honorary 2, 3, 45 Drama 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Council 45 Student Council, Member at Large 45 Spirit of 70 1, 2, 3. ALLEN, RANDY: Football 15 Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Soccer 45 Class Council 15 Class Council Alternate 45 Boys Spirit Club 2, 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Varsity A Club 45 Intramural Basketball 35 Student Faculty Aide 45 Cafeteria Monitor 3. AMOIA, JOYCE: Affiliation 45 FBLA 2, 3, 45 Spirit of '70 45 School Store 4. ANCONA, EDGAR: Honor Society 3, 45 Ghost Post 25 Abingtonian 3, 45 World Affairs Club 1, 25 Chess Club 1, 25 Italian Club 35 Math tutor 2, 3, 45 Tennis team 2, 3, 4. ANDERSON, BARB: Art Club 1, 2. ANDRESEN, LYNN: Class Council 25 Spirit of '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Affiliation Club 1, 25 Guides and Ushers 35 Basketball 15 Tennis 35 Junior Prom 35 Senior Prom 45 Junior Orientation 4. ANDREWS, JUDI: Art Club 2, 3, 45 Spirit of '70 2, 3, 45 Stage Craft 2, 3. ANNANIE, LINDA: Spirit of '70 1, 2. AREND, CAROLE: Spirit of'7O 1, 2. AREND, JOAN: Spirit of '70 1, 2. ARGENBRIGHT, LINDA: Girls Marching Units 25 Color Guard 3, 45 Chorale 1, 25 Accapella Choir 3, 45 Spirit of '70 1, 25 Geology Club 15 Volleyball 25 Basketball 15Softball 15 Junior Orientation 45Cafeteria Monitor 4. ARMSTRONG, SHEILA: Student Council 3, 45 Class Council 15 Spirited '701, 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom 35 Senior Prom 45 Hockey 1, 2, 45 Basketball 15 Gymnastics 2, 35 La Crosse 1, 2, 3, 4. 3, ASHLOCK, RONALD: Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, Orchestra 45 Chorale 1, 25 Archery Club 25 Stagecraft Club 2. 4: 300 AVE RA, SUSAN: Student Council 25 House Council 15 Class Council Vice-President 35 Guides and Ushers 1, 25 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Spirit of '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Prom 45 Junior Orientation 45 Coordinator Junior Prom 35 Synchronized Swimming 2. BACHMAN, MARJORIE: Honor Society 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 45 Human Relations Club 45 Spirited '70 2, 35 Usherettes 3. BAKALEY, RICHARD: Student Council 35 Class Council 2, 3, 45 Key Club 3, 45 Interact Club 45 Senior Prom. BAKER, FRED: ORACLE 25 "Dark of the Moon." BALBIER, EDWIN: Class Council 35 Humanities 1:World Affairs 1, 2, 45 Forum Club 35 Dial Access Aide 35 Baseball 15 Soccer 1, 4. BALIN, MARIANNE: Ghost Post 1, 25 Modern Dance Club 15 Cinema Club 1, 2. BALZEREIT, BARBARA: Student Council 3, 45 Affiliation Club 15 Spirited '705 Guides and Ushers 25 Junior Orientation 45 Junior Prom 35 Hockey 1. BALZEREIT, LEO: BOSS Vice-President 1, 25 Audio Visual 15 Key Club 3, 45 Interact 45 Junior Prom 35 Senior Prom 4. BARBIERI, AMY: FBLA 35 Italian Club 35 Library Aide 15Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 4. BARDSLEY, HEIDI: Bible Club 3, 4. BARNES, RANDY: Football 1, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Winter Track 2, 3, 4. BARONE, BETSY: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Hall Monitor 3. BARTLETT, WENDY: Band 1, 25 Marching Band 3, 45 Honors Band 35 Concert Band 3, 45 Hockey JV 15 "West Side Story." BATTLE, DON: Archeology Club 15 Ski Club 1, 25 Judo Club Vice-President 35 Swimming 15 Baseball 25 Water Polo 1, 2, 35 LaCrosse 3, 4. BAUER, LINDA: Chorus 2. BAUER, NANCY: Student Council 15 Class Council 45 Junior Orientation 45 Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Prom 35 Hockey 1, 2. BAUMAN, BILL: English Club 15 Equestrian Club 1, 25 NCSA 35 Animal Room 1, 25 Chorale 1, 25 Concert Choir 3, 45 Junior Orientation 4. BAVER, SUSAN: Spirited '70 15 Stage Craft 15 "West Side Story"5 Band 1, 25 Marching Band 3, 45 Honors Band 3. BEIZER, ARLENE: Math Club Secretary 15 French Club 35 Spanish Club 45 Library Aide 1, 25 Guides and Ushers 25 Ghost Post 25 Abingtonian 45 Junior Orientation 45 Hall Monitor 15 Cafeteria Monitor 45 LaCrosse JV 2. BENHAM, SCOTT: Spirit Club 3, 45 Key Club 3, 45 Football 15 Basketball 15Track 1, 2, 3, 4. BENNER, NANCY: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 4, Color Guard 4, Soul Sisters 4, Guides and Ushers 3, Jr. Orientation 4, Teacher Aide 4, Hall Monitor 4, Cafeteria Monitor 4, Intramural Basketball 1, Intramural Volleyball 2. BENNETT, JOHN: Baseball, Track. BERGER, RICHARD: ORACLE 4, Affiliation Club 3, 4, AV Aides 1, 2, ARTW 3, Stage Craft 2, Rifle 1, 3, 4. BERNSTEIN, SCOTT: Student Council 4, Archeology 1, Astronomy 1, Humanities 3, Photography 1, Cinema 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 3, President 4, Folk Music 1, 3, Basketball 1. BERRY, JAMES: Baseball 1. BETZ, LOIS: Class Council 1, 2, Honor Society 4, Spirited '701, 2, Ski Club 1, 3, 4, Affiliation 2, Marching Band 3, 4, "West Side Story", LaCrosse 1, 2, Basketball 1, Hockey 1. BEYER, HANS: AV Aide 1, Interact 4, Track 2, Soccer 2, 3. BILETZ, FRANK: Spectre Editor 3, 4, Abingtonian, Archives 4. BIRD, LOIS: FNA 3, Bible Club 3, Secretary 4. BISHOP, ANNE: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Honors Band 3, 4, Junior Prom 3, Junior Orientation 4, Hockey 1. BISHOP, MARYANN: Spirited '701. BITMAN, BARBARA: ORACLE 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, National Honor Society 1, 2, Modern Dance Club 1, Interact 4, Equestrian Club 4, Junior Orientation 4. BITTING, JUDY: ORACLE Senior Page Editor 4, FBLA 2, 3, 4, School Store 4, Teacher's Aide. BLACK, MITCHELL: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Council 1, President 2, Vice-President 3, 4, President, Honor Society 3, 4, Executive Council 3, 4, Cinema Club 2, Ski Club 1, Junior Orientation 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. BLAKE, JOHN: ORACLE 4, House Council 1, 2, Class Council 3, 4, Leo Club 3, 4, Jr. Prom 3, Football 1, Baseball 1, 2, Intramural Basketball 3, 4. JLAND, KENNETH: ORACLE 4, World Affairs Club 1, Interact 4, Human Relations Club 4, Abingtonian 4, ARTW 3, 4, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, Intramural Basketball 4. BLAUNER, PEGGY: ORACLE 3, 4 Editor, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Honor Society 1, 2 President 3, 4, Latin Club 4 Secretary, Ski Club 1, 2 Secretary, 3 Treasurer 4, Guides and Ushers 1, 2, Spirit Sisters 1, 2, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. BLOOR, WILLIAM: Cross Country 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4. BODEN, BARBARA: French Club 1, 2, Creative Writing Club 4, Interact 4, Chorale 2, Acappella Choir 4, Abingtonian 3, Library Aide 1, Spirit of '701, 2, 3, 4, Junior Orientation 4. BOGENRIEF, JANE: Student Council 1, 2, Class Council 3, 4,Honor Society 3, 4, Spirit of '701, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4, GIAC 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, LaCrosse 1, 2, 3, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity. BOHLANDER, FRED: Archery Club 2, Track 1, Swimming 1, 2, 3, Water Polo 1, 2, 3, 4. BONNETT, NANCY: Class Council 1, 2, Spirited '701. BORKOWSKI, KATHLEEN: Human Relations Club 3, 4 Secretary, World Affairs Club 3, 4, Abingtonian 3, Spectre 3 Associate Editor, 4. BOYD, STEVEN D.: Interact Club 3, 4, LaCrosse 2, 3, 4. BOYD, STEVEN W.: FSA 1,Astronomy Club 2, Math Tutor 3, 4. BRADISH, TOM: Interact 4, Archeology Club 1, 2, 3, Anthropology Club 1, 2, 3, Abingtonian 4. BRATZLER, MATTHEW: Student Monitor 3, Junior Orientation 4, Soccer 1, 2. BRAUN, JOAN: World Affairs Club 2, Creative Writing Club 2, Ghost Post 2, Spirit of '70 2. BRINER, JOANNE: ORACLE 4, Class Council 2, FTA 1, 2, Sub Deb 4, Humanities Exchange Program 2, Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 4, Usherettes 3, Junior Prom 3, Carnival 3, Junior Orientation 4, Hockey 1, 2, Basketball 1. BROTMAN, BILLIEANN: Spanish Club 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 4. BROWER, CHRIS: Student' Council 1, 2, 4 Corresponding Sec., Advisory Board 2, 4, Class Council 3, Spirit Committee 3, 4, Spirited '70 1, 2, 3 President, Junior Prom Chairman 3. BROWN, BARBARA: Band 4. BROWN, CONSTANCE: House Council Secretary 1, Class Council 2, Student Council 3, 4, Interact 4, GIAC 4, Sub Deb Club 4,Theater Honorary Club 1, 2, 3, Junior Orientation 4, Junior Prom 3, Cheerleading 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, "Roar of the Greasepaint.", "FioreIlo", "Guys and Dolls", Summer Stock, "Men at One Master", "Carousel" Choreographer. BROSN, GARY: Hall Monitor 4. BROWN, STEUART: National Honor Society 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4. BROWNSTEIN, JAMIE: ORACLE 4, Equestrian Club 4, Interact 4, Affiliation Club 2, Modern Dance Club 1, Senior Prom 4, Junior Orientation 4, Spirit Sisters 2, 3, 4. BRUNNER, BARBARA: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. BUCK, DONNA: Class Council 2, Student Council 3, 4, French Club 2, Humanities Exchange Program 2, Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 3, Chorale 2, Senior Prom 4, Carnival 3, 4, Basketball 1, Manager. 301 I BUCKWALTER, BARBARA: FBLA 35 School Store 3. f f f BUGEN, MARSHA: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Theater Honorary 2, 3, 45 Spirit Sisters 2, 3, 45 Cheerleading 1, 25 "Guys 84 Dolls Review", "Carousel", "Men of One Master", "West Side Story", "Roar of the Greasepaint", "OIiver","The Apple Tree"5 Senior Prom 4. BUNN, GEORGE: Basketball 1. BUNTING, ROBIN: Student Council 2 President of House A5 Class .Cabinet 1, 3, 45 Spirit of '70 1, 2, 3,45 Abingtonian 45 Cafeteria Monitor 35 Junior Prom 35 Senior Prom 45 Carnival 45 Hockey 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3. BURNETT, DARLENE: JV Basketball 1. BUTERBAUGH, RALPH: Key Club 3. CAMNITZ, CAROLE ANN: Ski Club 35 French Club 35 Spanish Club 45 Library Aide 45 P.F.T.A. 3. CAMPBELL, JOHN: Interact 3, 45 Archery Club 25 Band 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 4. CARLSON, SUSAN: Spirit of '70 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 45 Majoretts 1, 2, 35 Bookstore 1, 25 Library Aide ' CARROL, SALLY: Alination Program 25 Mail Room 1, 25 "Teahouse of the August Moon" 35 "You can't Take it With You" 35 "West Side Story" 3. CARTIER, CORINNE J.: Spirit of '70 15 French Club 1, 25 Theatre on Tour 15Summer Stock 1. CHALMERS, VICKI: ORACLE 45 Class Council 45 Spirit of '70 15 Flag Baton 1, 25 Hockey 15Soft Ball 2. CHANG, MING: ORACLE 3, 45 Class Council 25 Spirit of '70 2, 3, 45 Senior Class Play 35 Affiliation Club 2, 3. O CHEN, IDA: Class Treasurer 1, 2, 35 Student Council 1, 25 Student Publications 45 Abingtonian 35 Ghost Post 1, 25 Sprite 15 Spectre 35 News Bureau 2, 3, 45 World Affairs Club 25 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. CHITTICK, DANIEL: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 15 Volleyball 2, 3: Band 1, 25 Caf. Monitor 3. CHUN, KAREN: F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Bible Club 3, 45 World Affairs Club 15 School Store 45 Junior Orientation 4. CILIBERTO, ANTHONY: Football 15Wrestling 1, 2, 3. CITRON, SANDRA: Class Cabinet 45 Spirit of '701, 25 Cinema Club 1, 25 Discussion Club 1, 25 Humanities Club 15 Summer Stock 15 Hall Monitor 3. - CIOCCA, ANTHONY: Key Club 3: Band 1, 25 Football 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 25 Lacrosse 3, 4, CLARK, PATSY: Student Council 2, 3, 45 GIAC 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 45 Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 45 Spirit of '70 3, 4. Chorale 25 Chozus 45 "Fiorello" 2. CLEAREIELD, CATHY: Student Council 2, 35 Art..Club 2, Nlodern Dance Club 25 Affiliation Club 25 "Teahouse of the August Moon" 35 "You Can't Take it With You" 35 Junior Orientation 4. CLEMMONES, CHARLES: Cross Country 15Ti:ack 1. COLE, BARRY: ORACLE 45 Honor Society 3, 45 Mathematics Club 15 Chess Club 1, 2, 35 World Affairs Club 45 Math Tutor 2, 3, 4. COLEMAN, SYDNEY: Student Council 45 Human Relations Club 25 Hall Monitor 4. COMFORT, HOWARD: Rock 'n Roll Club 1, 2, 35 Human Relations 1, 45 Black Theatre Workshop 35:11-lall Monitor 4. COM LY, CINDY: Spirit of '70 45 Stagecraft Club 2. CONNER, SYLVESTER: Rock 'n Roll Club 35 Black Theatre Workshop 35 Band 1, 25 Orchestra 4. CONRAD, LEWIS: Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Printing Club 1, 25 Stage Crew Club 3. COOK, CATHY: Student Council 2, 35 Affiliation Club 3, 45 Spirit of '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Teens for Retarded 25 Orchestra 15 Hockey 15Senior Prom 45 Junior Orientation 4. COOPER, CHRISTINE: ORACLE 45 Spirit of '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Maiorettes 1, 25 Bookstore 15 LaCrosse 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Orientation 4. CONSENTINO, ANGELA: ORACLE 45 Math Club 15Spirit of '70 1, 2, 3, 45 World Affairs 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 45 Italian Club 35 Creative Writing Club 35 Affiliation 3, 4. COTMON, SYLVIA: House Council 15 FBLA 2, 3, Secretary 405 Modern Dance 1, 2, 35 World Affairs 15 School Store 45 ARTW 45 Rock and Roll Club 1.25 Black America Study Club 4 ' COVERLEY-SMITH, JOAN: Debate Club 1, French Club 15 PETA 3, 45 FBLA 25 Spirited '70 1, 2, 45 Latin Club 45 Affiliation Club 3, 45 Ghost Post 1, 25 Swimming 3, 4 Manager. COX, JAMES: Junior Class Council 35 Senior Class Council 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom 35 "West Side Story"5 Swimming 2. CRAMER, WARREN: Key Club 3, 45 Ping Pong Club 25 Track 15 Intramural Volleyball 2. CRAWFORD, DAVID: World Affairs 1, 2, 45 Band 1, 25 Dance Band 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Cross Country 1, 2: Track 1, 4. CROSLEY, CHRISTINE: Honor Society lJuniorl 25 Honor Society 3, 45 GIAC 1, 2, 3, 45 Art Club 2, 45 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 45 LaCrosse 1, 2, 3, 4. CROSLEY, MARK: Class Council 45 Human Relations Club 45 Interact 45 Baseball 15 Basketball 1: Bowling 2. 3, 4. CROSSON, GEORGE: Radio Club 35 Band 2. CROSSON, JOHN: Radio Club 35 Band 2. l .4 . .EQ CUTTING, KAREN: FBLA 3, 45 ORACLE 45 Spirited '70 25 School Store 3, 45 Library Aide 25 Hockey 1. DANIS, ANDREW: Volleyball 15 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. DASCH, LYNN: Class Council 45 PFTA 3, 45 Affiliation 25Spirited '70 1, 2, 35 Usherettes 35 Junior Orientation 4. DASHEUSKYLIRIS: Spirited '70 3, 4. DAVIDHEISEA, TERRY: ORACLE 45 Spectre 45 Abingtonian 45 FTA 4. DAVIS, DOUG: Student Council 35 Human Relations Club 2, 3, 45 Rock 'n Roll Club 3, 4. DAVIS, JACKI: FNA 45 Stage Craft 15 Bookstore 15Junior Orientation 4. DAVIS, JEFF: Class Council 1, 2, 35 Interact Club 3, 45 Tennis 3, 4. DAVIS, KATHY: Class Council 15 Humanities Club 25 Spirited '70 1, 25 Guides and Ushers 1, 25 Hall Monitor 35 Abingtonian 3 Circulation Manager, 4 Copy Editor. DAVIS, REBECCA: .Class Council 25 Student Council 45 Peace Club 25 Human Relations Club 45 School Store 25 Humanities Club 2. DAVISON, BARBARA: Affiliation Club 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 45 Office Helper 1, 25 Senior Prom,45 Bowling 1. DEACON, JANE: Band 1. DEAN, EARVIN: Rock 'n Roll Club 3, 4. DeMARCO, JOYCE: Class Council 15Stage Craft Club 1. DENNIS, ROBERT: Leo Club 45 Dance Band 45 Rifle 2, 3, 4. DePAUL, DEDE: Student Council 1 Treasurer, 2, 3, 45 Advisory Board 2, 35 Spirited '70 1, 2 Treasurer, 3 President, 45 PFTA 1 Treasurer5 Guides and Ushers 25 Junior Prom Key Committee Chairman 35 Cafeteria Monitor 3. DETHLOFF, JANET: Student Council 35 GIAC 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Usherettes 35 Junior Orientation 35 Hockey 15 Tennis 15Swimming 1, 2, 3, 45 LaCrosse 2, 3, 4. DIANA, ANGELA: GIAC 15Spirited '70 15 Ghost Post 25 News Bureau 25 Chaorale 25 Choir 45 Hockey 1, 25 Swimming 1, 25 LaCrosse 1. DICKERSON, LISA: Rockin Roll Club 15 Intramural Volleyball 25 Intramural Basketball 1. DiDONATO, JOHN: Soccer 1, 3, 4. DIGGS, STEVE: Modern Dance 2. D'lMPERlO, JOYCE! Class Council 1, 2. DINKINS, JACOUELINE: Student Council 25 Junior Class Cabinet 35 Cheerleading 1 5 Spirit Sister 45 Monitor 4. DOLSON, SUSAN: Debate Club 15Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 World Affairs Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Book Store 1, 25 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. I 303 DOMENICALI, PETER: Honor Society 1, 2 Vice-President 3, 4 Vice-President5 Archeology Club 15 French Club 35 Latin Club 35 Italian Club 35 Chess Club 1, 25 Amateur Radio Club 4 President5 Abingtonian 4 Assistant Editor5 Math Tutor 2. DOMPE RT, DENNIS: Audio Visual Aides 15Spanish Club 3, 4. DORMANDY, CAROL: Geology Club 25 Spirited '70 2, 3, 45 FTA 25 PFTA 3, 4 Secretary5 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 45 Junior Orientation 4. DOUGHERTY, SUSANNE: Student Council 45 Class Council 2, 35.Sub Deb 3, 45 Spirit Sisters 1, 2, 35 Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Orientation 45 Hockey 15 LaCrosse 1, 2, 3, 4. DOWNING, CARYL: Class Council 45 Folk Music Club 25 Human Relations Club 45 Latin Club 45 World Affairs Club 45 Montreal Music Exchange 35 Junior Orientation 45 Rifle Drill Team 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. DuBOlS, ROBERT: Chess Club 15Ghost Post 15 Art Club 3. DUFFY, JIM: Student Council 3, 45 Swimming 1, 2, 35 Track 3, 45 Cross Country 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Football 3, 4. DUITCH, JIM: Track 1. DURHAM, GERALDINE: Rock and Roll Club 1, 2, 3,45 Hockey 1, 2. DYSON, DAVID: Student Council 3,4 Parliamentarian5 Class Council 1 Vice-President5 Spirit Club 3, 4 President5 Advisory Board 3, 45 Key Club' 3, 45 Varsity A 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 3, 45 Football 1, 25 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 3, 4. EARNEST, GINNY: Student Council 1, Class Council 2, 3, 45 Spirited '70 2, 3, 45 ORACLE 45 Chorus 1, 25 Cheerleading 1, 35 Junior Prom Committee 35 Senior Prom Committee 45 Freshmen Orientation 2. 2 EBER LE, CHARLENE: World Affairs Club 25 Spirited '701, 2, 3, 4. EDDY, CHUCK: Student Council 3, 4 Alternate5 Honor Society 3, 45 Cinema Club 25 "Dark of the Moon," "Fiorellof" "Men of One Master," "Bye Bye Birdie," "West Side Story,", Chorale 1, 25 Choir 3, 4 Vice President5 Junior Orientation 45 Track 15 Cross Country 1, 2. ELLSWORTH, JoANN: Spirited '70 15 Affiliation Club 1, 2, 45 English Club 35 FBLA 45 Interact 45 Abingtonian 45 News Bureau 25 Band 1. EMMONS, WILLIAM: FSA 25 Chess 1, 3, 45 Camera Club 4. ENDY, DREW: Baseball 15 Basketball 15 Soccer 1, 3, 4. ENTINE, ARLIENE: Class Council 25 Abingtonian 45 News Bureau 25 Library Aide 1, 25 Bookstore 15 Spanish Tutor 15 Junior Orientation 4. EPSTEIN, MARC: Archery Club 15 Art Club 25 Stagecraft Club 25 Camera Club 45 Abingtonian 45 Spectre 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. ERICKSON, STEVE: Class Council 15Student Council 25 Spirit Club 25 Chorale 1, 25 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4. ERLICHMAN, CAROL: Archeology Club 15 Interact Club 45 Bookstore 1. ETTNER, MICHAEL: ORACLE 45 Honor Society 1, 25 French Club 15 Humanities Club 15 World Affairs Club 15 Creative Writing Club 45 Math Tutor 3, 4. EULE R, MARCIA: Class Cabinet 35 Spirited '70 3. FACCIOLO, ANGELINA: F.B.L.A. 45 Chorus 2. FANELLI, ANGELO, C.: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. FANELLI, NICHOLENE: F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Spirit of '70 45 Intra- mural Bowling 2, 3. FANELLI, THERESA: Junior Orientation5 F.B.L.A. 15 Basketball manager 15 Spanish Club. FARIS, MARY-RACHEL: Student Council 1, 2, 45 Secretary of Class 15 Newspaper 1, 2, 3, 45 Sports Editor 45 English Club 35 Spirit of '70 1, 25 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 President of Orchestra 25 West Side Story Publicity Committee 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Lacrosse 1, 2, 35 GIAC 45 School Store 1, 2. FAULKNER, CAROL: ORACLE 45 Spirit of'701, 2, 3, 45 "West Side Story" Summer Stock 25 "Fi0Y9Il0": "Guys and Dolls"5 Chorale 1, 25 Choir 3, 45 Cheerleading 15 Hockey 1. FAUNCE, DIANE: F.N.A. 45 F.T.A. 45 Chorus 1. FAY, ROBERT, E.: Football 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 25 Lacrosse 3, 45 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Anthropology Club 1, 2, 3, 4. FEERRAR, STEPHEN: Senior Class Council 45 Spanish Club 35 Baseball 15 Interact 45 Campus Life 3, 45 Bowling 2, 3, 4. FELD, ELAINE: Class Council 45 Junior Orientation 45 Spirit Club 1, 2, 45 Spanish Club 1, 3, 45 Library Aide 1, 25 Cinema Club 3. FELDMAN, LARRY: ORACLE 45 Abingtonian 35 Debate Team 3, 45 Junior Prom Decorating Committee 35 Latin Club 45 Cinema Club 2, 3, 45 Folk Club Vice-President 15 Folk Concert 2, 3. FE LLEY, DOUG: World Affairs 45 Art Club 35 Interact 35 Peace Club 25 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Soccer 15 Intramural Basketball 3. FERRANTE, MARIA: BasketbaII5 Chorale. FISHER, ELWOOD: House "A" Council 1, 25 Junior Orientation 45 Peace Club 25 Football 15 Folk Club 3. FLEISCHER, MARTIN: FTA 1, 25 Leo Club 3, 45 Audio Visual Aides 1,25 Band 1,2,3, 4. FLEISCHMAN, KATHY: Spirited '701, 2, 3, 45 Guides and Usherettes 2. FLINT, ELAINE: Stagecraft Club 1, 2, 35 Theatre Work 3. FOOS, BARBARA: Student Council 3, 45 Class Council 25 ORACLE 45 Honor Society 1, 2 Treasurer, 3, 45 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Ghost Post 25 News Bureau 45 Guides and Ushers 25 Junior Prom 35 Chorale 1, 25 Concert Choir 3, 4. 304 FORMAN, PETER: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 45 Creative Writing Club 1 Vice-President5 Debate Club 45 Dance Band 45 Junior Prom Committee 3 Chairman5 Senior Prom Committee 45 Chorale 15 Band 1, 2, 35 Marching Band 35 Ghost Post 1, 25 Abingtonian 3, 4. FORD, HENRY: Class Council 15Advisory Borad 25 Parliamentarian 25 Student Council 2, 3, 45 Interact 45 Varsity A 45 French Tutor 25 Math Tutor 2, 45 Junior Prom 35 Senior Prom 45 Freshman Orientation 25 Junior Orientation 4 Chairman5 Intramural Fencing 35 Wrestling 15 Baseball 15 LaCrosse 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Cafeteria Monitor 3, 4. FRANK, PAM: ORACLE 45 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Modern Dance Club 25 Art Club 3, 45 Horseback Riding Club 45 Intramural Basketball 1. FRANKEL, HARRY: House Council 1, 25 Junior Class Cabinet 35 Senior Class Cabinet 45 ORACLE 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Ghost Post 25 Abingtonian 3, 45 Interact 45 Junior Class PIay5 Junior Prom 35 Senior Prom 45 Christmas Drive 1, 2, 35 Tennis 1. FRANTZ, JERRY: Class Council 3 Alternate5 Key Club 3, 45 Interact Club 45 Junior Orientation 45 Hall Monitor 3, 45 Intramural Bowling 3, 4. FRANZ, CHRIS: Archeology Club 1. FREEDMAN, I. JAY: ORACLE 45 World Affairs Club 1, 2, 3, 45 President5 Affiliation Club 45 Camera Club 3, 45 Ghost Post 25 Abingtonian 3, 45 Band 1, 25 Choral 2. FRIEDLAND, MICHAEL: Spirit Committee 25 Interact Club 3. FUCHS, DAVID: Railroad Club 15Chess Club 1 President5 Abingtonian 4. GALLAGHER, KEVIN: Student Council 3 Alternate5 Class Council 45 Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 45 FSA 2 Vice-President5 Spanish Club 35 Band 1, 2. GAMBURG, BETH: Honor Society 3, 4 Secretary: Ghost Post 1, 25 Abingtonian 3, 4 Editor5 Spirited '70 1, 25 Affiliation Club 1, 25 Cinema Club 25 French Club 25 English Club 3 Treasurer: Human Relations Club 3, 45 News Bureau 3, 4. GANGES, HARRY: Football 1, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 3, 4. GANTMAN, LEWIS: ORACLE 45 House Council 25 National Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Jazz Club 1, 25 Junior Prom Co-Chairman 35 Senior Prom Co-Chairman 45 Ghost Post 25 Pit Orchestra 35 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 2, 3, 45 Tennis 1, 2, 3. GARBER, GAIL: Book Store 15Spanish Tutor 1. GARDINER, CLORIA: Creative Writing Club 15 Stagecraft Club 15 Foreign Affairs Club 25 Cinema Club 2, 35 Humanities Club 25 Peace Club 25 English Club 35 Ghost Post 25 Abingtonian 4. GARRISON, JAN: World Civilizations Club 25 Affiliation Club 3, 4. GAY, PEGGY: House Council 1, 25 Junior Class Cabinet 35 Art Club 1, 25 French Club 1, 25 Spirited '70 15 Hall Monitor 3. GEBERT, JOHN: Leo Club 3, 4 President: Young Life 2, 3, 4: Boys Spirited '70: Key Club 2: Track 1: LaCrosse 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4: Soccer 1, 3, 4. GENSHEIME R, JOHN: Stagecraft Club 1: Camera Club 2. GERLACH, RICHARD: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Soccer Manager 3. GERMERSHAUSEN, AND REAS: Affiliation Club 4: Orchestra 4. GIANGIULIO, RONALD: Spanish Club 1: Band 1, 2: Chorus 4: Baseball 1:Soccer Manager 1. GILES, RONNIE: Interact Club 4: Key Club 4. GILMOUR, BOB: Ancient History Club 2, 3: Leo Club 3, 4: Cafeteria Monitor 3, 4: Football 1: Baseball 1, 2: Intramural Basketball 3, 4. GISLASON, JUDY: House Council 1 Treasurer: Class Council 2: Student Council 3, 4 Recording Secretary: Student Dress Code Committee 3, 4: Theater Honorary 1, 2, 3 Secretary 4: All School Musical 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2: Girl's Rifle Drill Team 1, 2, 3: J.V. Hockey 1: Intramural Basketball 1. GODSHALL, BRUCE: Boys' Chorus 2: Wrestling 1, 2. GOERLICH, BARBARA: Junior Class Cabinet: Senior Class Cabinet: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Prom Committee 4: Library Aide 2: Hall Monitor 3: Chorus 1: Chorale 2: Concert Choir 3, 4: Hockey 1. GOFF, JERRY: Leo Club 3, 4: Ski Club 4: Soccer 1:Wrestling 1, 3. GOLDBERG, HARRISE: French Club 3: Library Aide 1, 2. GOODWIN, DON: Class Cabinet Alternate 4: Television Production 2: Debate Club 3: ARTW 3, 4: WIBF Faiod Show 4: CSP 4. GORDON, MARK: National Honor Society 3, 4 President: Chess Club 1: Humanities Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 3, 4. GOREN, DENISE: ORACLE 4 Business Editor: Student Council 3, 4: Modern Dance Club 1, 2: Spirited '70 1, 2: World Affairs Club 4: Guides and Ushers 2: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. GORKES, RICHARD: Photography Club 1, 2: Key Club 4. GRACE, PAM: ORACLE 4: Spirited '701, 2, 3, 4: French Club 1, 2: Interact 4: Library Aide 1, 2: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2. GRAHAM, DAVID: Junior Class Council: Student Council 4: House Council 1: Affiliation Club 2: Key Club 3, 4: Varsity A 3, 4: Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 4. GRANDY, ELAINE: Class Council 1, 2, 3: FBLA 2 Secretary: French Club 2, 3. GRAY, VICTOR: Rock and Roll Club 4. GREENSTEIN, ANDREW: Student Council 2, 3: French Club 1, 2 Vice-President: World Affairs Club 1, 2 President 3: Interact 3, 4: Tennis Team 2, 3, 4. GRIFFITH, FRED: Chess Club 2:Track 1. 305 GRIMSHAW, SUSAN: Creative Writing 1: Spirited '70 2, 3, 4: Acquestrian Club 4: Interact Club 4: Softball 1, 2: Volleyball 1, 2. GROSS, ALAN: ORACLE 4: Interact Club 4: Ski Club 4. "--XX 1, GuARNERQJirvi:llmeram 4. .ff C.. ,.,., GUGLIEMO, DAVID: House Council 1, 2: Abingtonian 4: Key Club 3, 4: Varsity A Club 3, 4: Football 1: Baseball 1, 2, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity. GUTKNECHT, RUTH: Student Council Alternate 3: Spirited '701,2: Affiliation 1, 2, 4 Vice-President: PFTA 4: Bible Club 4: Hall Monitor 4: Library Monitor 4: Ghost Post 2: Majorettes 1, 2: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. HACHENBURG, PETER: Student Council 1, 2: Class Council 4: FSA 1: Interact 4: Human Relations Club 4: ORACLE 4: Math Tutor 4: Abingtonian 4: Ping Pong Club 2: Baseball 1: Basketball 1. HADLEY, JOHN: Key Club 3: Junior Orientation 4. HAGGAS, DEBORAH: Affiliation 3: Library Aide 4. HAHN, BILL: Photography Club 1: Radio Club 1: Chorale 2: Concert Choir 4: Band 1, 2, 4. HALDEMAN, BONNIE: FNA 1, 2: Spirited '70 1: FTA 4. HALL, RICHARD: Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2. HALPERN, SHANNA: National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4: GIAC 3, 4: Affiliation Club 1, 2: Ski Club 3, 4: Spirited '701, 2, 3: French Club 4: Basketball JV 1, 2, 3: Tennis JV 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4. HAMILTON, MARIE: Baseball: Basketball: Volleyball. HANAS, GALE: Affiliation Club 2, 3: French Club 2, 3: Volleyball 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3. HANNA, MARK: Cross Country 2: Track 2. HANNIG, GLENN: Stamp and Coin Club 4: Junior Orientation 4: Chorale 1, 2: Chorus 3. HARBERGER, MARGARET: Class Council 2: House Council 1: Folk Music Club 2: Chorale 1, 2: Concert Choir 3, 4. HARMON, JON: Cinema Club 2, 3: Spectre 3, 4: Abingtonian 4. HARRISON, ANNE: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 President: Affiliation Club 1, 2: Humanities Club 1, 2, 4: Creative Writing, Club 1: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Spirited '70 1: Math Tutor 3. HARRISON, DEBBI: Student Counlcil 1, 2, 3, 4: Spirited '70 1, 2, 4: Drama Club 1, 2: Teens for the Retarded 2: Human Relations 4: Black Theatre 3, 4. HAUSE, VIRGINIA: Treasurer, Spirited '70 2, 3, 4: Usherettes 3, 4: Teachers Aide 4: Affiliation Club 4: Library Aide 2: Senior Prom 4: Junior Orientation 4: Basketball 1: Hockey 1. FTA 1, 2 President: PFTA 3 Vice-President 4 HAUSER, SHARON: Art Club 2, 3, 4: ORACLE 4: Library Monitor 4: Senior Prom 4. HAWKINS, HOLLY: ORACLE 45 gugdent Council Alternate 45HFTA 3, 45 ABTW 3, 45 Guidance Office 3, 45 Spirited '70 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 15Junior Prom5 Senior Prom5 Ghost Post 1, 25 Basketball 1. HAYES, ED: House Council 25 Class Council Alternate 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Young Life 45 Leo Club 3, 45 Junior Prom5 Senior Prom5 Band 1, 25 Wrestling 15Germantown Exchange 3. HAYES, VICTORIA: Student Council Alternate 35 House Council 15 Affiliation Club 15 Spirited '70 1, 25 Senior Prom5 Hall Monitor 35 Soph Hop 25 Color Guard 1, 2 Captain 3. HE LLE R, JEFF: Key Club 3, 45 Junior Orientation 45 Cross Country 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Track and Field 1, 2. HELLER, Sl-IEILA: ORACLE 45 Class Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Affiliation Club 1, 2 PresicIent5 Guides and Ushers 25 Junior Prom5 Senior Prom Chairman5 Junior Orientation. HENNESSY, LOIS: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Affiliation 1, 25 FBLA 3 Vice-Presidentg Junior Prom: Senior Prom5 Junior Class Cabinet Sub-Deb. HENNESSY, SUSAN. Student Council 3, 45 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 FTA 1, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Affiliation Club 1, 25 Senior Prom5 Junior Orientation5 Abingtonian 4. HENRY, LOUIS. Camera Club 15 Rifle Team 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. HENRY, PAUL: Baseball 15BaskctbaIl 15Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 LaCrosse 2, 3, 4. HENRY, STEVE: Library Monitor 45 Basketball 15 Baseball 1, 25 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 LaCrosse 3, 4. HERBICEK, CHRIS: Affiliation Club 35 Spirited '70 35 Usherettes 35 Interact Club 45 Junior Prom5 Senior Prom. HERSCHER, ELAINE: French Club 25 Abingtonian 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 4. HESKETH, ANDREW. Track Manager 35 Cross Country Manager 4. HESSER, JAMES: House Council 15Student Council 25 Class Council 3 Sergeant-at-Armsg Spirit Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Leo Club 45 Varsity "A" Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom5 Soccer 15 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 4. HEYMAN, JOHN: Interact Club 45 Band 1, 2. HIBBS, WAYNE: Spirit Committee 2, 3, 4, Leo Club 2, 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1. HEGEDUS, BOB: Football 2, 35 Baseball 2, 3. HILEMAN, SUE: House Council 15 Class Council 25 Cheerleading 15 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 4, Affiliation Club 1, 25 GIAC 3, 45 Basketball 15 Tennis 2, 3, 4. HILL, SHARON: ORACLE 45 Geology Club 15 FTA 1, 2 Treasurer, 3, 45 FNA 25 Affiliation Club 2, 45 World Affairs Club 2, 3, 45 Secre- Tary's Aide 25 Teachers Aide 2, 3. HIRSH, JANET: ORACLE 45 Spirited '70 45 World Affairs Club 3, 4 Treasurer5 FTA 4. . ' ' 1 , . . ...HOCKMANI JA.NE.T-. SPFYQSS1.. 70.11-21 31 41.9h0fa'G.L.2f CQOEQFI Choir 35 Band 1, 2, 45 Marching Band 4. HODGE, MARILYN: Class Council Alternate 35 French Club 25 Interact Club 45 Orchestra 25 Marching Band 3, 45 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. HODGES, SUSAN: Bible Club 15 French Club 15Stagecraft 25 PFTA 4. HOEFLING, ROSANNA: Art Club 3, 45 World Affairs Club 4. HOFMANN, CAROL: Class Cabinet 45 World Affairs Club 15 Spirited '70 3, 45 Affiliation Club 45 Spirit Committee 45 Hall Monitor 35 Cafeteria Monitor 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. ' HOFMANN, EDWARD: Student Council 4 Sergeant-at4Arms5 Spirit Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity "A" Club 3 Parliamentarian, 4 Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Key Club 35 Leo Club 45 Band 1, 25 Carnival 3, 45 Track 15 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 LaCrosse 2, 3, 4. HOFFMAN, JILL: Spirited '701, 25 Spanish Club 25 Affiliation Club 15 Student Council 2, 3, 4. HOHNSTOCK, HELEN: Bible Club 2, 35 Affiliation Club 3, 45 Spirited '70 45 Forum Club 4. HOLLOWAY, GARY: Debating Club and Team 3 Secretary, 4 Treasurer5 Interact 45 Abingtonian 45 Junior Orientation. HOLMES, LEZA: Student Council 1, 2 Vice-President, 3, 4 Vice-President5 Advisory Board 1, 2, 3, 45 Black Theater 45 Band 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Hockey 1, 2, 3. HOLMS, ANITA: World Affairs Club 35 FBLA 4. HOOPER, LINDSEY: House Council 25 Basketball 15 Track 1. HOOVER, KAREN: Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 4. HOSSACK, CAROLYN: French Club 25 FTA 25 Cheerleading 1. HOVESPIAN, NANCY: French Club 15 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Spirited '70 35 Human Relations Club 45 Interact 45 Hockey 1. HUBLEY, MARTIN: Wrestling 15 Football 1, 2. HUGHES, BRUCE: House Council 15 French Club 1, 25 ARTW 3, 45 Leo Club 3, 45 Theatre Honorary 45 Dramatics Club 45 Varsity "A" 45 Junior Prom5 Senior Prom5 Junior and Senior Class Play 35 "The Brick In The Rose." HUGHES, MARIONE: Forum Club 35 French Club 45 Spanish Club 45 Italian Club 45 World Affairs Club 45 French Tutor 45 Spanish Tutor 4. I l-IUMPHREYS, PAT: Class Council 25 Spirited '7:01, 2, 3, 45 FNA 1, 25 Usherettes 1, 25A Cappella Choir 35 Senior Prom 45 ORACLE 4. IATESTA, JEANNE: ORACLE 45 Student Council 1, 3, 45 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Sub Deb Club 3, 45 Cheerleading 1, 2, 35 Senior Prom 45 "Carousel" JACKE, MARTHA: Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Chorale 25 Library Aide 4. JACOBSON, KURT: Student Council 2, 45 Class Council 1, 2 President 35 Varsity "A" Club 3, 45 Interact 45 Spirit Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Cross Country 2, 3, 4. JENKINS, ROB: House Council 1, 25 Interact 45 Intramural Basketball 3. JENSEN, NANCY: Student Council 15 Class Council 2, Secretary 3, 45 ' Affiliation Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Modern Dance Club 1, 25 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Chorale 1, 2. JOBBA, MARYANN: Class Council 45 FHA 1, 3, 45 Affiliation Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Spirited '70 15 Library Aide 3, 45 Book Store Aide 15 Senior Prom. JOHNSTON, KAREN: Affiliation Club 3, 45 PFTA 45 Chorale 2. JONES, CURTIS: FBLA 45 Cafeteria Monitor 4. JONES, DEBORAH: FHA 3, 45 FNA 45 Forum Club 45 Volleyball 1. JONES, SHARON: Class Council 45 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Sub Deb Club 45 Senior Prom5 Band 1, 2. JORDAN, H. RONALD: ORACLE 45 Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 45 Ghost Post 1, 25 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 45 Interact 45 Humanities Club 25 Chorus 1, 2, 4. 1 5 KAESSHAEFE R, PAM: Spirited '70 25 French Club 2. KAHMAR, VIRGINIA: Class Council 35 Spirited '70 1, 2, 35 4 Treasurer5 Varsity Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorale 25 Junior Prom5 Senior Prom. KAHN, DOUG: Class Council 3, Student Council 45 Varsity "A" Club 3, 45 Cinema Club 25 Camera Club 3, 4 President5 Newsbureau 45 Interact Club 45 Hain Radio Club 4 Vice-Prcs.5 Math Tutor 3, 45 Swimming Arrle 3, 45 Track 15 Riflery 1, 2, 3, 4. KALEHOFF, RICHARD: Bible Club 15 Varsity "A" Club 45 Marching Band 3, 45 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4. KALINOSKI, MARGARET: Spirited '70 1. KALOZI, SUE: FHA 15 Spirited '701, 2, 3, 45 FNA 1, 2, 3, 4. KAMP, SHE LDON: Photography Club 15 Audio Visual Aide 1, 25 Cinema Club 25 Language Lab Aide 1, 2, 45 Stagecraft 1, 2, 3, 4. KANTOR, CINDY: ORACLE 45 Class Council 2, 45 Senior Class Cabinet 45 Affiliation Club 1, 45 World Affairs Club 45Spanish Club 1, 25 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Hall Monitor 4. KAPPENBERGER, BARBARA: PFTA 4. KATZ, FRANK: Crnerna Club 15 House Council 15 Student Council 2, 35 Camera Club 2, 3, 45 Abrngtonian 3, 45 Editor5 Ghost Post 25 Math Tutor 3, 4. KAUFMANN, SUSAN: Student Council 2, 3, 45 Class Council 45 ORACLE 4, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Spirited '70 1, 2, 35 Guides and Ushers 25 GIAC 45 Junior Orientation 45 Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 45 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. 307 KEMPF, ROGER: English Humanities Club 15 Archeology Club 1, 25 Affiliation Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 45 Italian Club 35 Ghost Post 1, 25 Chorale 1, 25 "Bye Bye Birdie"5"Fiorello,"5Carnival 3, 4. KERRIGAN, JAMES: ORACLE 45 House Council 1, 25 Student Council Alternate 45 Art Club 1, 25 Anthropology Club 2, 35 Cinema Club 2, 35 Theatre Honoary 3, 4 Treasurer5 Humanities Club 2, 3, 45 ARTW 3, 45 CSP 45 "Dark of the Moon" 2, "An Enemy of the 3, "The Visit" 3. KESLER, BONITAZ Library Aide 25 Spirited '70 4. KESSEL, SANDRA: Folk Music Club 15 Art Club 25 Drama Club 35 Spirited '705 Library Aide 2, : KETTERLINUS, ROBERT: Interact 45 Band 1, 25 Orchestra 2. KIDNEY, PEGGY: House Council President 1, 25 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice-President5 Archeology Club 25 World Affairs Club 2, 45 Italian Club 4 President5 French Club 45 World Affairs Club 4. KINARD, RICHARD: Interact Club 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 4. KINGACK, GAYLE: FHA 15 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 FNA 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3. KINSTLER, ELOISE: FNA 1, 25 Spirited '70 1,.2, 35 Affiliation Club 1, 2, 3, 4. KIVITZ, JAY: Interact 45 Baseball 15Soccer 3. KLAUGER, SU: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Affiliation Club 35 Senior Prom. KLYMAN, .IOYCE: FTA 45 Cinema Club 35 Senior Prom5 Library Aide 45 Hall Monitor 3, 4. KNITTEL, J. GREGORY: Class Council 2, 35 Spirit Brothers 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity "A" 45 Key Club 35 Leo Club 45 Band 15 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 25 Wrestling 2. KNITTER, WENDY: House Council 25 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Monitor 35 Basketball 1. KOCH, DOUGLAS: Interact Club 45 Junior Prom5 Football 15 Intramural Basketball 3, 4. KOCHALKA, JOHN: Animal Club 15 Cinema Club 25 Green House 1. KOPACKI, GENE: Interact Club 45 Abingtonian 4. KOZAC, KEVIN: Senior Class Council 45 Spirit Committee 45 Interact Club 3, 45 Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Chess Team 3, 45 School Store 1, 25 Football 1. KRACOFF, HOWARD: House Council 1, 25 Class .Council 35 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 1 KRANZER, BONNIE: Class Council 35 Student Council 1, 2, 45 Spirited '70 1, 25 Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 4 Secretary. KRATZKE, THEODORE: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 1 KRAUS, RICHARD: Key Club 3, 4: Hall Monitor 4. KRAUSS, LINDA: ORACLE 4: French Club 2, 3: Spirited '70 2, 3, 4: Affiliation Club 3, 4: Interact 4. KRECKEL, DIETER: World Affairs Club 2. KURTZ, DORETTA: Junior Class Cabinet Alternate 3: Geology Club 1, 2, 3: PFTA 2, 3, 4: Affiliation Club 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Exchange Student to Berlin 4. KUSHNER, ANDREA: Student Council 3: Class Council 2, 4: ORACLE 4: Spirited '701, 2, 3, 4: Affiliation Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Forum Club 3: Guides and Ushers 2. LACEY, TOM: Interact Club 4: Track 2, 3, 4. LaCROlZ, CHUCK: House Council 1, 2 President: Class Council 3: Spirit Committee Vice-President 4: Leo Club 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. LaMORGlA, JUDY: FNA 1, Corresponding Secretary 2: Spanish Club 1, 3, President 4: Latin Club 4: Italian Club 3: J.V. Bowling 2. LANDSBERT, BRUCE: Coin Club 1: Ping Pong Club 2: Interact Club 4:Tennis 3. LANE, HEATHER: Class Council 1: Art Club 2, 3: News Bureau 4: Abingtonian 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Library Aide 3. LARGE, JANE: Spirited '701:Ghost Post 1, 2: Sprite 1:Geology Club 1, 2: News Bureau 2, 3: Junior Play: Abingtonian 3, 4. LAWSON, MARY: FTA 3, 4. LEANESS, MARGIE: Spirited '70 1, 2: Art Club 3: Junior Orientation. LEE, DOROTHY: Human Relations Club President 2: Basketball 1: Hockey 1, 4. LEE, HELEN: Rock 'n Roll Club 1, 2: Art Club 2, 3: Human Relations Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hockey 1, 2, 3. LEE, ROBERT: ORACLE 4: Student Council 2, 4: Boys Spirit Committee 2, 3, 4: Election Committee 2: Art Club 2: Junior Orientation: Junior Prom: Senior Prom: Hall Monitor 3, 4: Carnival 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2. LEE, VICKIZ Cheerleading 1, 3, 4. LEEDOM, CINDY: Varsity Cheerleading 2, 3, 4: GIAC 3, 4: Spirited '70 2: Chorus 1, 2. LEFFE RTS, CAROL: Spanish Club 4: News Bureau Editor 4: Chorale 1, 2: Choir 3. LEIB, KAREN: Equestrian Club 1:Spanish Club 1:Senior Prom. LEIDICH, LINDA: House Council Secretary 1: Class Council 3: Student Council Advisory Board 2: Student Council 4: GIAC 1, 2, Vice-President 3, President 4: Affiliation Club 1, 2:ArcheoIogY Club 1: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Prom: Junior Prom: Cafeteria Monitor 3: Basketball 1: Hockey 1, 4: LaCrosse 1, 2, 3, 4: Carnival 1, 2, 3, 4. 308 LEOH, DAVID: Dial Access Aide 1, 2: Debating Club 3: ORACLE 4: Photography Club 1, 2: Cinema Club 1, 2, 3, 4. LESTER, RENEE: Art Club 3: Equestrian Club 4. LINN, JAMES: Interact Club 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 3, 4: Dance Band 4: Orchestra 1:Track 1:Wrestling 1. LIPPITT, STEPHEN: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 3, 4. LISS, LINDA: Art Club 2: FBLA 3, 4: School Store 3, 4 LIZZIO, JOANNE: Class Council 1: Interact Club 4: Senior Prom: Guides and Ushers 1, Co-Chairman 2. LIZZIO, KEN: Student Council 1, 2: Leo Club Vice-President 4: Carnival Chairman 2: Senior Prom 4: Fencing Club 3: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. LOGAN, PAUL: FSA 2: World Affairs Club 1: Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Debate Club 3, 4: Track 1:Water Polo 3, 4. LOUDON, JAMES: World Affairs Club 2: Chess Club 1, Vice-President 2: Secretary 3, 4. LUCAS, PAUL: Varsity "A" Club 4: Interact Club 4: Basketball 1: Track 2, 3: Football 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. LYNN, LOUISE: Spirited '70 1: Ski Club 1, 2: Photography Club 1: Guides and Ushers 2: FBLA Vice-President 2: Equestrian Club 4: Fencing 3. McAFEE, LINDA: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Class Cabinet 4: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: GIAC 4: Marching Band 3, 4: JV LaCrosse 2: Varsity LaCrosse 3, 4: Hockey 1: Basketball Manager 1, 2. MCCARTNY, DONNA: Spirited '701, 2, 3, 4: Human Relations Club 1, 2, 4: Rock n Roll Club 1, 2: Hockey 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2. MCCLOSKEY, DAN: Spectre 4: Abingtonian 4. MCCLOY, CHARLES: Railroad Club 3, 4: World Affairs Club 4: "West Side Story": Marching Band 2, 3, 4. MCCONOMY, JIM: Football 1: Baseball 1:Stage Help 3, 4. McCOY, MYRA: Dance Club 1. MCCRACKER, CHRIS: Class Council 2: Photography Club 1, 2: Hall Monitor 4: Junior Orientation. MCCULLOGH, BETH: Hockey Manager 1. McGEANY, JOHN: Basketball 1: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. MCKEEVER, BRAD: Interact Club 4: Dance Band 2, 4: Marching Band 3, 4. McKEOWN, CLIFF: Archaeology Club 1:Anthropology Club 1:WorId Affairs Club 4: Abingtonian 3, 4: Marching Band 3, 4: Soccer 1. McLAY, PATRICIA: French Club 1:Spirited '70 1 : Ski Club 1. McLEAN, JONIE: House Council 1, Student Council 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Human Relations Club 4. MCLELLAND, CHRIS: Basketball JV 1, 2, MADDEN, ANTHONY: Rock n Roll Club 1, Black Theater Workshop 3, Winter Track 2, 3, Spring Track 2, 3, Football 1, 2. MADDEN, DIANA: Class Cabinet 3, 4, FBLA 1, 4, Rock n Roll 1, 2, Black Theatre Workshop 3, 4, Library Aide 1, 2, 3, Hall Monitor 3, Cafeteria Monitor 4, "West Side Story", Basketball Manager 3, 4, Black American Study Club 4, MAGISON, PATTY: PFTA 2, 3, 4, Spirited '701, 2, 3, 4, Interact Club 4, Senior Prom, Junior Prom, Usherettes 3, 4, Chorale 1, 2. MAILEY, KEVIN: Leo Club Vice-President 3, 4, Varsity "A" 3, 4, Soph Hop, Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, LaCrosse 1, 2, 3, 4. MAISENHELDER, HOWARD: Stagecraft Club 1, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MAITHA, GARY: National Junior Honor Society 1, 2, Marching Band 3, 4, Dance Band 4. MAITIN, KARIN: Junior Class Council 3, Spirited '701, 2, 3, Human Relations Club 1, 2, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Interact 4, Thespian 2, 3, Secretary 4, Musical Comedy Reviews 1, "Roar of the Greasepaint", "West Side Story", "Carousel." MAJORS, ARLENE: Spirited '70 2, FBLA 1, 2, French Club 2, FHA 1, 2, Human Relations Club 4, FTA 4. MALATESTA, IAN: Student Council 1, 2, 3, President 4, Advisory Board 3, 4, Executive 4, Interact Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, JV 2, Baseball 1, 2. MALKIN, ALAN: ORACLE 4, World Affairs Club 1, 2, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Forum Club 3, 4, Math Tutor 3, 4, Abingtonian 3. MALLOZZI, TOM: Baseball 3, 4. MacSPARRAN, PHIL: Wrestling 1. MANDEL, DONNA: ORACLE 4, Spirited '70 1, 2, 4, Equestrian Club 2, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, PFTA 3, 4. MANISCALCO, VALERIE: Class Council 2, Student Council Alternate 3, 4, ORACLE 4, Spanish Club 1, Library Aide 1, 2, Junior Prom, Senior Prom 4, Abingtonian 4. MANSTEIN, MARK: ORACLE 3, 4, Humanities 1, 2,WorId Affairs 1, 2, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Abingtonian 3, 4, Ghost Post 1, 2, "West Side Story", Marching Band 3, 4, Junior Prom, Senior Prom 4, LaCrosse 1, 2, 3, 4. MARCY, NANCY: ORACLE 3, 4, House Council 2, Affiliation Club 2, 3, 4, Spirited '70 4, Interact 4, Equestrian Club 4, Senior Prom 4, Tennis Manager 3. MARGUSITY, NINA: Class Council 3, 4, Honor Society 3,4,Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 4, Interact 4, GIAC 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Junior Prom, Senior Prom, Orchestra 1, Treasurer 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, LaCrosse 1, 2, 3, 4. MARINO, JOHN: Italian Club 3, Spectre 3. IVIARKIND, STEVEN: Table Tennis 3, Baseball 1, Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4. MARRA, ROGER: Band 1. MARSHALL, CARYN: Spanish Club 2, 4, PFTA 3, 4, World Affairs Club 3, 4, Library Aide 1, 2, Ghost Post 2, Abingtonian 4. MARTIN, DANIEL: Class Council 1, 2, Student Council 4, ORACLE 4, Ghost Post 1, 2 Sports Editor, Abingtonian 4, Stagecraft 1, English Club President 3, Human Relations 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4. MARVIS, BARBARA: Student Council 1, ORACLE 4, Spirited '701, 2, Archaeology Club 1, Camera Club 3, 4, ARTW 4, Cinema Club 2, 3, Library Aide 1, 2, Ghost Post 1, 2, Abingtonian 3, 4, Sprite 1, 2, Spectre Editor 3, 4. MASON, ROSE: FNA 2, Bible Club 4. MATKOV, SHARON: ORACLE 4, Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, Camera Club 3, 4, Equestrian Club 4, ARTW 4, Library Aide 1, 2, Ghost Post 1, 2, Abingtonian 3, 4. MAUST, CHERYL: Spirited '70 1, Horseback Riding Club 4, PFTA 4, Orchestra 1, 2. MEINKEN, ROGER: Junior Class Council, FSA 2, World Affairs Club 2, French Club 3, Key Club 3, 4, Interact Club 3, 4, Golf 3, 4. MEITZNER, ERIC: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, World Affairs Club 2, 4, Chess Club 1, Abingtonian 2, 4, Chorale 2, Choir 3. NIESSINA, CHARLES: Class Council 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Geology Club 1, World Affairs Club 2, FSA 2, Interact 4, Publicity Manager Junior and Senior Plays, Senior Prom, Football 1, Baseball 1. MEYE RS, PAUL: Marching Band 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, District Band 3, 4, "West Side Story." MEYERS, TOM: Class Council Alternate 2, Ski Club 1, 3, Key Club 4, Teacher's Aide 1, Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 4. MICCIOLO, JOANNE: Spanish Club 1. MICHAEL, DEBORAH: FBLA 1, Bible Club 3, 4, Affiliation 3. MILDENBERG, BUDD: Camera Club 1, 2, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MILKS, SYLVIA: Spirited '701, 2, 3, 4, French Club 1,2, FNA 1, 2, FHA 1, 4, FTA 4. MILLER, CATHY: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, MILLER, MARTY: Stamp Club 1 ,Coin Club 2, Spanish Club 3. MILLER, MARY: Humanities 1,Spirited '701, 2, Basketball 1. MILLER, MICHAEL: Math Club President 1, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, "You Can't Take It With You", "Fiorello", Abingtonian 4, Spectre Short Story Editor 4, Paperback Book Store 1, Chorale 1, 2, Concert Choir 3, 4. MILLER, ROBERT: Interact 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Baseball 1. MILLER, WfH:LlAMe4-louse Council 25' Key 'Club 2, 345 Band.l,.25 Pep Band 3, 45 Drum Major 3, 45 Dance Band 3, 45 Orchestra 1. MINTZEN, DEBBIE: ORACLE 45 Student Council Alternate 35 Spirited '70 1, 25 French Club 1, 25 World Affairs Club 45 Junior Prom5 Senior Prom5 Library Aide 1, 25 Chorale 25 Concert Choir 35 Summer Stock 2. MOLL, KENN: Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 45 Boy's Spirit Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Key Club 45 Junior Prom5 Senior Prom5 Cafeteria Monitor 45 Junior Orientation5 Wrestling 2, 3, 4. MONTGOMERY, RICH: Senior Class Cabinet 45 Varsity "A" Club 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Leo Club Secretary 45 Football 3, 45 LaCrosse 3, 4. MORAN, MICHELLE: French Club 15 Horseback Riding Club 45 Cheerleading 15 Hall Monitor 35 ORACLE 35 "You Can't Take lt With You"5 Hockey JV 2. MORGAN, ERIC: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Interact 3, 45 Soccer 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. MORRIS, DEBBIE: Monitor 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3. MORTOR, EDWARD: Soccer 1. MOTTER, DAWN: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 45 ORACLE 45 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 1, President 25 Humanities Club 25 Guides and Ushers 25 Library Aide 1, 25 Chorale 25 A Capella 3. MRVICA, LINDA: Spirited '701, 25 FNA 45 FHA 15 Ghost Post 1, 25 Abingtonian 3. MOYER, RON: Archery Club 2. MULLEN, LINDA: Student Council Alternate 35 French Club 1, 25 Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MURPHY, PAT: Health Club 25 Key Club 2, 35 Interact 35 Varsity "A" Club 45 Basketball 2, 3, 4. MYERS, KAREN: Student Council 35 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Forum Club 2, 3, 45 Affiliation Club 3, 45 Equestrian Club 2, 45 French Club 25 Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 45 Hockey 1. MYERS, RICHARD: Student Council Alternate 45 Class Council Representative 35 Wrestling 1, 2, 3. NAPOLEON, PAULA: Senior Class Cabinet 45 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Archeology Club 15 Ski Club 3, 45 GIAC 3, 45 Hall Monitor 35 Hockey 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 LaCrosse 1, 2, 3, 4. NATHAN, C. ROBERT: Geology Club 15 World Affairs Club 25 Photography Club 3, 45 Interact 4. NATHAN, J. ROBERT: Class Council 1, 2, 3, 45 ORACLE 35 Interact Club 3, 4 President5 Intramural Basketball 3, 45 Basketball 15 Baseball 2. NAZARENE, JOE: Senior Class Cabinet 45 Interact 45 Campus Life Club President 45 Chorale 1, 25 Chorus 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. NEMORE, ROBERT: Geology Club 15 World Affairs Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Hand Radio Club 1, 25 FSA 1,25 Interact 45 Wrestling 1, 3. 2: 310 NEWMAN, ANDY: Soccerj , 2, 324, ...... NEWMAN, JANISE: FTA 25 Creative Writing 35 Drama Club 3, 4. NITZKY, CINDY: Monitor 3, 45 Senior Prom. NOZISKO, DENISE: FBLA 3, Treasurer 45 Bowling 3, 4. OCKS, JACOUE LINE: Forum Club 35 World Affairs Club 4. OERTEL, LINDA: Bowling 3, 4, OGLE, SHARON: Hockey 15Swimming 1. OLMSTED, ERIC: ORACLE 45 World Affairs Club 45 Abingtonian 45 JV Soccer 25 JV Bowling 3, Varsity 45 Tennis 4. OSWALD, JOAN: ORACLE 45 Honor Society 1, 25 Spirited '701, 2, 3, 45 Guides and Ushers 1, 25 Affiliation Club 1, 25 Chorale 25 Junior Prom. OWENS, ALEASE: Rock n Roll Club 15 Spirited '70 45 Human Relations Club 15 Black Theater 45 "West Side Story"5 Hall Monitor 3, 45 Hockey 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 4. OWEN, ROBERT: Student Council Alternate 35 ORACLE 45 Affiliation Club 25 Humanities 25 Drama Club 25 World Affairs Club 2, 45 Key Club 2, 45 Theatre Advisory 45 Junior Prom5 Paperback Moon"5 Band 15 Chorale 1, 25 Concert Choir 3, 45 House Council 1 Class Council 35 Student Council 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 25 Basketball JV 25 Baseball JV 25 Varsity 3, 45 Intramurals 3, 4. PALISCA, LINDA: Class Council Alternate 25 Student Council 3, 4: GIAC 3, 45 Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, Captain 4. PARADISE, ANDREW: Interact 3, 45 Student Publication 45 Chorale 1, 25 Concert Choir 3, 4. PARKER, DONALD: Key Club 2, 45 Football 15 Baseball 2. ' PARKER, ELAINE: House Council 1 Secretary 25 GIAC 3, 45 FNA 35 Spirited '70 1, 25 Junior Prom5 Senior Prom5 Flag Baton 1, 2, 35 Hockey 1, 2, 45 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. PARKES, DEBBIE: Class Council 2, Alternate 45 Archives Editor 45 Archeology Club 15Spirited '70 2, 3, 45 Chorale 1, 2. PARSONS, CINDY: Student Council 15 House Council 25 Junior Class CounciI5 National Junior Honor Society5 National Honor Society5 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Anthropology Club 1, 25 Gymnastics Club 1, 2, 35 Junior Prom: Hockey 1, 2, 3, Varsity 4. PARTRIDGE, JOHN: Class Council 1, 25 Key Club 45 Gymnastics 1, 2' Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 15 Baseball 1. PATTON, PAUL: Chorale 1, 25 Concert Choir 45 Football 15 Track 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 1, 2. PAUL, ROBERT: Stamp and Coin Club 1, 25 Rifle Team 3, 4. PEIFFER, TED: House Council 15 Class Council 25Student Council 3, Treasurer 45 Paperback Book Store 15 ARTW 1, 2, 35 Drama Club 25 French Club Treasurer 25 Archery Club President 25 Leo Club 3, Director 45 AV Aide 1, 25 Stagecraft Club 1, 25 Varsity "A" Club 45 Junior Orientation 45 Soph Hop 25 Carnival 35 Lounge Monitor 35 Cafeteria Monitor 3, 45 Track 35 Winter Track 2, 35 Cross Country 3 4. ' 1 PENECALE, TINA: spirited '70 2: FNA 1. PEPPELMAN, TINA: FBLA 1, 2, 3: Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4:Spirited '70 4. PEREGRIM, JOHN: Archeology Club 1: Theatre Honorary 3, Vice-President 4: Drama Club 3: "FioreIlo" 2: "Guys and Dolls": "Teahouse of the August Moon": "West Side Story": "Brick and the Rose." PERKINS, JIM: Football 1: Basketball 1: JV Basketball 2: Intramural Basketball 3, 4. PERRIN, VICKI: Class Council 1, 4: Student Council 2, 3: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Orientation 4: Senior Prom: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. PERRY, JOHN: Chess Club 1, 2, 3: Abingtonian 4: Spring Track 1, 3, 4: Winter Track 3, 4: Cross Country 4. PHILLIPS, CHRIS: Modern Dance 1. PILGRIN, HOLLY: Student Council Alternate 4: Canadian Exchange :rr 3:fBistrietf0rchestra 2:0rchestra-2,:37:4. f W PINKERTON, RUSSELL: Baseball 1, 2: Soccer 1, 2, 3: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 Co-Captain. PISTILLI, PATRICIA: Spirited '70 2, 3, 4: Publicity Committee 2, 3, 4: Italian Club 3: Recording Secretary 4: Affiliation Club 4. PLATT, LOIS: Spirited '70 4: Interact 4: Senior Prom 4: Volleyball Intramural 1: Intramural Softball 2: Usherettes 3. PLATT, MARGIE: Spirited '70 4: Intramural Volleyball 1: Intramural Softball 2. PLUSCHT, MATT: Volleyball 1: Football 1. POLANSKI, MARY: Spirited '70 4. POLSON, STEVEN: Basketball 1:Soccer 1:Wrestling 3. PORTNEY, ROBERT: Honor Society 3, 4: Canadian Exchange 3: "West Side Story": Choir 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. POTTS, VIRGINIA: FTA 1: Geology Club 1: Bible Club 2: Creative Writing Club 3. VOICE, EILEEN: Spirited '701. PULLI, CELIE: Stagecraft Club 1: Art Club 2, 3, 4: Affiliation Club 3, 4: "West Side Story" Orchestra 3: Honors Band 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 3, 4. PURPURA, DENISE: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Class Council 2: FBLA 2: Spirited '70 1, 2, 4: Affiliation Club 2:Usherettes 3: Cheerleading 1. OUIGLEY, NANCY: Human Relations Club 4. OUINN, JOE: Soccer 3, 4. RADOSIN, CATHARINE: Stagecraft Club 2: PFTA 4: Senior Prom: Junior Orientation 4. RAFFERTY, BILL: Boy's Spirit Club 2: Key Club 2, 3: Football 1: RAMSEY, PATRICIA: Cinema Club 1: FNA 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Junior Orientation 4: Senior Prom 4: JV Basketball 1. RANDOLPH, LYNN: Class Council 1: Spanish Club 1: Spirited '70 2, 3, 4: World Affairs Club 2, 4: Forum Club 3: Human Relations Club 4: Junior Class Play. RASLAVICH, STEPHEN: Boy's Spirited Committee 2: Key Club 3, 4: Theatre Honorary 4: ARTW 4: Senior Prom 4: Junior Orientation 4: "West Side Story": "OIiver": "Men of One Master": Track 1. RAY, DONNA: House Council 2: Affiliation Club 1, 2: Spirited '701, 2, 3, 4: Teens for Retarded 2, 3: Stagecraft Club 2: Peace Club 2: Chorale 2: Junior Orientation 4: Senior Prom: "West Side Story": "Carousel": "Dark of The Moon": Mniorettes 2, 3, 4. REBELO, MARY: Affiliation Club 3: Spirited '70 4: Junior Orientation 4: Senior Prom. REESE, LAWRENCE: Interact Club 3, 4: Varsity "A" Club 4: Track and Field 1, 2, 3, 4: Soccer 1, 3. REESE, LINDA: FBLA 2 Secretary: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 4: Affiliation Club 3, 4: Senior Prom: Interact 4: Band 1, 2. I REMENTER, SANDY: Student Council 1: Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorale 1, 2: Concert Choir 4: Junior Prom: Senior Prom: Hockey 1. REYNOLDS, EDIE: Young Life 4: Ski Club 4: Spirited '70 4: Library Aide 4: Junior Prom: Senior Prom. REYNOLDS, JEFF: National Honor Society 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4: Theatre Honorary 4: Camera Club 4: ARTW 4: Dramatics 3, 4: "Teahouse of the August Moon": "You Can't Take It With You": "West Side Story." RIESER, DIANE: FTA 1, Vice--President 2: PFTA 3, President 4: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 4: Affiliation Club 3, 4: Geology Club 2: Interact Club 4: Usherettes: Junior Orientation: Senior Prom: Mock Elections 3. RIFFKIN, KENNY: House Council 1, 2: Class Council Alternate 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4: Teacher's Aide 3, 4: Baseball 1:Soccer 1. RITTING, SUSAN: Bowling JV 2: Varsity 3, 4: Intramural Bowling 2, 3, 4. ROBBINS, LOURlEt Spirited '70 1: Affiliation Club 2: Modern Dance Club 2: Cafeteria Monitor 4. ROBERTS, FLORENCE: Spirited '70 1: Affiliation Club 2: World Affairs Club 4: Marching Band 3, 4. ROBERTS, WILLIAM: Jazz Club 2: Railroad Club 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Soccer 1. ROBINSON, GARY: Student Council 1, 2, 3: Class Council 4: Key Club Vice--President 2, 3, 4: Varsity "A" Club 2, 3: Treasurer 4: Theatre Honorary 3, President 4, Concert Choir President 3, 4: "Bye, Bye Birdie": "Guys and Dolls": "Carousel": "FiorelIo": "Roar of the Greasepaint": "West Side Story": Track 1, 2, 4: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBINSON, MEG: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 3 ROCCO, CHAR LES: Wrestling 15 Baseball 15 Football 1, 2. ROESING, GARY: ORACLE 45 FBLA 2, 35 Photography Club 2, 3, 45 Spectre 3, 45 Abingtonian 45 Editor of Photography Student Publications 45 Football 15 Baseball 1. ROSENBE RG, PETER: Abingtonian 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 35 Marching Band 2, 3, 4. ROSENBERG, SUE: Spirited '70 1, 25 FBLA Treasurer 25 Cafeteria Monitor 45 Band 1. ROSENFELD, JILL: Student Council 2, 3, 45 Class Council 25 French Club 1, 35 ORACLE 45 Senior Prom 4. ROSENWALD, JON: Class Council 1, 35WorId Affairs Club 25 Interact Club 45 Marching Band 3, 4. ROSSI, CAROL: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Dial Access Aide 1, 25 Stagecraft Club 1, 25 Cinema Club 35 Photography Club 3, 45 FTA 45 Affiliation Club 35 Humanities 25 Spectre 45 Abingtonian 4. ROTA, GEORGE: Football 15WrestIing 1. RUBIN, ED: House Council 15 French Club 25 Golf Team 2, 4. RUDKIN, CHARLES: Student Council 45 Creative Writing Club 3, 45 Ghost Post 25 Spectre 35 Orchestra 1, 2. RUOFF, LANE: Class Council 15'Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Theatre Honorary 45 Varsity Swimming 25 TFR President 2. RUSH, ROBERT: Folk Music Club 1, 2, 35 Photography Club 15 Dial Access 1, 25 Humanities 2, 35 Cinema Club 2, 35 Ghost Post 1,225 Abingtonian 3, 45 ARTW 3, 45 Dance Band 45 Riflery 4. RYAN, JOANNE: FNA 1, 25 FHA 1, 25 FBLA 35 Teens for Retarded 45 Spirited '701, 2, 4. SADDINGTON, JOHN: Leo Club 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4. SAGER, JOAN: Spirited '70 15 Drill Team 1. SAGET, GWEN: Student Council 1, 2, 35 ORACLE 45 Spirited '701, 2, 3, 45 World Affairs Club 45 Affiliation Club 15 Ghost Post 15 Senior Prom. SCHISLER, NANCY: World Affairs Club 2 Secretary5 Ghost Post 25 News Bureau 45 Hockey 1. SCHNEPF, FRIEDHILDE: Drama Club 1, 25 Affiliation Club 2, 45 FBLA 3, 4 President5 "Dark of the Moon." SCHROEDER, KAREN: Student Council 3, 45 Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 45 Spirited '70 1, 25 FTA 15 Affiliation Club 1, 2, Secretary 35 President 45 FBLA 45 Morning Announcer 25 ARTW 3, 4. SCHUYLER, GINNY: FTA 1, 2, 3, 45 Affiliation Club 3, 45 Latin Club 4. SCHWARZMAN, JANET: ORACLE 45 Class Council 1, 3:Spirited '70 1, 25 Affiliation Club 1, 2 Secretary5 Guides and Ushers 25 Junior Prom5 Senior Prom5 Ghost Post 1, 2. SEREDINSKI, PATRICIA: Student Council Alternate 35 Spirited '701, 25 Affiliation Club 1, 2, 35 FHA 35 Library Aide 3. SHAW, ELAINE: House Council 25 FBLA 15 Spirited '701, 45 FHA 3, 45 PFTA 45 Usherettes 3, 4 Captain. SHEPPARD, BRUCE: Chorus 15 Chorale 25 Boy's Spirit Committee 25 Track 25 Winter Track 3. SHOEMAKER, JANET: Student Council 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 3, 45 ORACLE 45 Modern Dance Club 1, 25 Guides and Ushers 25Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorale 1, 25 Choir 3, 45 Junior Orientation5 Soph Hop 25 Junior Prom5 Senior-.Prom5 "Fiorello"5 "West Side Story"5 J.V. Hockey 1. SHULMAN, DEBBIE: Class Council Alternate 45 Spanish Club 15 Spirited '70 15 Folk Club 25 World Affairs Club 45 Abingtonian 45 Senior Prom5 Hall Monitor 3. SHUPAK, NEI L: Key Club 3, 45 Soccer 1. SIEFKAN, BARBARA: Student Council 15 Class Council 2, 3, 45 Affiliation Club 25 Guides and Ushers 25 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 FBLA 15 Guidance Aide 25 Hall Monitor 35 J.V. Hockey 15 Intramural Basketball 1. SIGG, ALBERT: Drama Club 2, 35 Choir 2, 35 Cross Country 1, 2. SILVER, KAREN: ORACLE 45 Spanish Club 1 Treasurer 3, 4 Treasurer5 English Club 35 Classical Music Club 25 Affiliation Club 2. SILVERMAN, JILL: Honor Society 3, 45 Modern Dance Club 1, 25 Affiliation Club 1, 25 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Archeology Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Ghost Post 1, 25 Abingtonian 3, 45 News Bureau 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom. SILVERMAN, SUSAN: House Council 25 Affiliation Club 15 Spirited '70 25 Hall Monitor 35 Junior Orientation. SIMMONS, HUGH: Student Council 1, 25 Football 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. SINE, HEDY: FTA 15 French Club 2, 3 Vice-President5 Honor Study Hall 35 Junior Class Play. SINGER, SARAH: ORACLE 45 Spirited '70 1, 25 Affiliation Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Guides and Ushers President 1, 25 Ski Club 2, 35 Orchestra 1. SKUHERSKY, VERA: Cinema Club 2, 3 Presio-..t5 Humanities 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 15Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Rifle Team 1. SLATER, RALPH5 Archery Club Vice-President 25 Bible Club 3, 45 Chemistry Tutor 25 Math Tutor 45 Baseball 1. SMITH, CHERYL: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Affiliation Club 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 45 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 45 Hockey 1. SMITH, ELIZABETH: Horseback Riding Club 45 Orchestra 45 Bowling 4. SMOGER, GE RSON: Student Council 2, 45 ORACLE 35 Honor Society 1, 45 Cinema Club 2, 35 Key Club 45 Math Tutor 35 Intramural Basketball 3, 45 Intramural Bowling 3, 45 Bowling Team 3, 4. SNOWDEN, JILL: Class Council 15 Spirited '70 1, 25 CSP 45 Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 45 Hockey 1. SOBELMAN, JUDY: Class Council 1, 2, 3, 4: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 4: Affiliation Club 1, 2, 3 Treasurer 4: French Club 1, 2, 4: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1. SOLOMAN, MARK: National Jr. Honor Society 2: National Honor Society 3, 4: Interact Club 4: Debate Club 4: Ghost Post 1, 2: Abingtonian 3, 4: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 3, 4: Honors Band 2. SOME RS, JIM: Chorale 1, 2. SOMMERFELD, ALFRED: Affiliation Club 4: Soccer 4. SPECHT, PAUL: Student Council 3, 4: Dress Code Committee 3, 4: Student Peace Group 1, 2: Spectre 3. SPECTER, RICHARD: Student Council 4: ORACLE 3: Debate Club 1: Interact 3, 4: Hall Monitor 4: Ghost Post 3: Abingtonian 3: News Bureau 3, 4: Basketball 1:Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. SPENCER, CRAIG: Class Council 1:Student Monitor 4: Football 1. SPENCER, CLINTON: Photography Club 1:Stagecraft Club 2: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 3, 4: Honors Band 3, 4. SPIER, STEVE: Humanities 1. SPIRO, PAM: Spirited '70 1, 2: Humanities 3: "Guys and Dolls" Review. SPITALNICK, PAUL: Cinema Club 1, 2: Dial Access Aide 1, 2: Photography Club 2: Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1: Football 1: Wrestling 4. STANBACK, CARLTON: Class Council 1, 2: Rock 'n Roll Club 1, 2, 3: Equestrian Club 4: Concert Band 1, 2: Monitor 4: Baseball 3: Intramural Basketball 4. STANISLAW, JAMES: Bible Club 2, 3. STEEL, CURT: Boys' Spirit Committee 3: Key Club 3, 4: Marching Band 3, 4: Pep Band 3. STEIN, DAVID: Interact Club 3, President 4: Archery Club 2: Sprite 2: Library Monitor 4: Intramural Basketball 2: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. STENBERG, RICHARD: Varsity "A" Club 4: Ski Club 4: Chorus 1: Chorale 2: Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Varsity Golf 3, 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4. STEPHENS, DORLAYNA: Class Council 2: Student Council Alternate 4: Cheerleading 3, 4: Human Relations Club 2. STERN, ME RYL: Asian Affairs Club 3: Affiliation Club 4. STEWART, BRUCE: Photography Club 1: Debating Club 1: Leo Club 4. STEWART, HOWARD: Wrestling 1. STRASSHEIM, LYNNE: Class Council 1: Student Council 3, 4: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 4: Soph Hop 2: Junior Prom: Senior Prom: Chorale 2: Sub Deb 3, 4: Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 4: Soul Sisters 4. STROTHER, FRENCH: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2: Wrestling 1: Baseball 3, 4. 3 SUCKLE, ABBY: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Spirited '70 1, 2: Humanities Club 2: Guides and Ushers 1, 2: School Store 1, 2: Cinema Club 2, 3: ARTW 4: Ghost Post 1: Sprite 1, 2: Riflery 1, 2, 3: "Guys and DoIls": "Roar of the Greasepaint": "Fiorello": "You Can't Take It With You": "Teahouse of the August Moon": "West Side Story." SUCSY, STEVEN: Camera Club: Football 1:Track 1, 2: Wrestling 1, 2, 4. SULLIVAN, THOMAS: Key Club 3: Band 1, 2: Gymnastics Team: Soccer 1. SUMMERS, LOUIE: A.V. Aide 2: Theatre Honorary 4: ARTW 4: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Rifle Team 3: Junior Class Play: Senior Class Play. SUPPLEE, JAMES: Honor Society 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4: Varsity "A" Club 3: Marching Band 3, 4: Varsity Riflery 1, 2, 3, 4. SWAIN, JANET: FBLA 2. SWANGER, PAUL: ARTW 4: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Basketball 4. SWEENEY, DAVID: Cafeteria Monitor 4. SWENSON, RICHARD: House Council Treasurer 1: Class Council 2: Junior Class Cabinet 3: Key Club 2: Leo Club 3, 4: Varsity "A" Club 3, 4: Football 1, 3, 4: LaCrosse 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 4: Soccer 2. SZYMANSKI, KARL: Class Council 4: House Council 2: Varsity "A" Club 2, 3, 4: Key Club 2: Leo Club 3, 4: Band 1, 2: Chorale 1, 2: Chorus 3: Choir 4: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Wrestling 1:Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4. TAGGART, SUSAN: ORACLE 4: House Council 2: Student Council 4: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 4: Stagecraft Club 1, 2: French Club 1, 4: Affiliation Club 3, 4: FHA 2: FTA 4: Junior Orientation: Hockey Manager 1. TAMBLING, CARYL: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4: Spirited '701, 2, 3, 4: French Club 1, Vice-President 2: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1. TANNER, JOHN: Key Club 2, 3, 4: Soccer 1:Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. TEASDALE, DEBBIE: Spirited '701, 2, 3, 4: GIAC 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Jr. Prom: Hockey 1, 2: LaCrosse 2, 3, 4. THATCHER, CRAIG: House Council 1: Student Council 3: Key Club 3: Leo Club 4: Interact 4: Spanish Club 1: Library Aide 1: Junior Prom: Senior Prom: Soph Hop. TICHENOR, KATHY: Spirited '701, 2, 3, 4: FNA 2. TIDWELL, RICK: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 3,4: Dance Band 4: Honors Band 4: Junior Orientation: Senior Prom. TIZIANNA, JOANN: FBLA 4: Cafeteria Monitor 4. TOBIAS, DEBORAH: Marching Band 1, 2, 3: Ghost Post 2, 4: "West Side Story." TOMLIN, STEVE: VBQOILVCIQEI 71:7 Interact 3, 4: Soccer 1,,3iwQrQss,m ,Y Country 4. TORAN, SHELLIE: ORACLE 4: Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Theatre Club 2: World Affairs Club 4. TRANOUILLO, STEVE: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 3, 4. TSOU, WALTER: House Council Treasurer 2: Student Council 3, 4: Treasurer Interact 4: Camera Club 4: Junior Orientation: Math Tutor 2, 3, 4: "West Side Story": J. V. Baseball 1. TUCKER, CINDY: Class Council 2: Student Council 1, 3: News Bureau 2: Cheerleading 2: Hockey 1: Basketball 1: LaCrosse 1, 2, 3, 4. TURNER, PATRICIA: ORACLE 4: Spanish Club 4: "Dark of the Moon": "You Can't Take It With You": "Teahouse of the August Moon": "West Side Story." TYRRE LL, TOM: Basketball 4. TYSON, WALTER: Wrestling 1. ULLMAN, DAN: Key Club 2, 3, 4: Varsity "A" Club 4: Baseball 1, 2: Soccer 2, 3, 4. ULLMAN, RHONDA: ORACLE 4: Senior Class Council: Spirited '701, 2, 3, 4: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Cinema Club 2: Humanities Club 2, 4: Drama Club 2: Asian Affairs Club 3: Library Aide 1, 2, 3: Senior Prom: Mock Elections 3: Carnival 3, 4: Senior Class Play. UNTERBERGER, CAROL: House Council 1 Vice-President: Student Council 1:Spirited '70 2: Ski Club 2: Cheerleading 1. URIAN, CHARLES: Honor Society: Math Tutor 4: Water Polo 3, 4, VALLETE, LINDA: House Council 1, 2: Spanish Club 1, 3 Treasurer, 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Italian Club 3: Latin Club 4: Spanish Tutor 2, 4. VAN HOOK, AMY: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Human Relations Club 1: Student Peace Group 1: Italian Club 3, 4: Latin Club 4, Secretary. VASOLI, STEPHEN: French Club 2: Interact 4: Abingtonian 3, 4: Soccer 1, 3: Intramural Basketball 3, 4. VERBECK, BARBARA: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 4: Bible Club 2: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 3,4: Library Aide 1, 2: Intramural Volleyball 2: Intramural Softball 2. VAUGHN, EMILY: FBLA 2:Affiliation Club 3,4. . VERSTEIN, RONNIE: Spirited '70 2: Library Aide 1: J.V. Bowling 3. VIGILANTE, ELLEN: FBLA 3, 4: Spirited '70 4: Italian Club 3: Latin Club 3, 4: FNA 4: TFR 4. VINSH, CAROL: Class Council 2: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 4: FHA 1, 4: Stagecraft 1, 2: Affiliation Club 4: Interact 4: Hall Monitor 3, 4: Usherettes 3: Volleyball 2. 314 ,VlZAK, RANDI: ORACLE,4:,,,St3.5ierg,,Q9,u,ncil 2, 3: Honor Society,2: ARTW 4: World Affairs Club 4: Chorus 1: Chorale 2: Guides and Ushers 2. WAGNER, JOANNE: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, President 4. WAINWRIGHT, NANCY: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3: Young Life 1, 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Rifle Drill 1, 2: Senior Prom Committee: Hockey 1, 2. WALKER, LORRAINE: Spirited '70 2, 3, 4: Young Life 1,2, 3, 4: Sub Deb 3, 4: Flag Baton 3: Cheerleading 1. ' WALKER, PAMELA: Junior Class Council 3: Spirited '701, 2: FHA 1, 2, 4: French Club 2: Human Relations Club 4: Library Aide 2: Basketball 1. WALKER, SUSAN: Spirited '70 2, 3, 4: Horseback Riding Club 4: Senior Prom. WARD, LARRY: Geology Club 1, 2. WARD, SUSAN: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 4: Stagecraft 1, 2: Teens for the Retarded 1, 2 President: Library Aides 1, 2, 3, 4: Abingtonian 3, 4: Spectre 3, 4: Choir 4. WASHINGTON, ULICE: Human Relations Club 4: Rock and Roll Club 1: Football 1: Track 1. WASHINGTON, ANDRE: Class Council 1, 2: Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: Library Aide 1, 2: Wrestling 3. WASHINGTON, ERNEST: Swimming 2: Water Polo 1, 2. WATSON, GLENN: Football 1:Track and Field 1. WEAVER, ANNE: Spirited '70 1, 2, 3,4: Classical Music Club 2: Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1: Chorale 2: Concert Choir 3, 4: Teens for Retarded 2: FTA 4: Junior Orientation 4:"Carousel": Hockey 1: Volleyball 2. WEAVER, ROBERT: House Council 1: Senior Class Council: Interact 4: Baseball 1, 2: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. WEBER, BOB: Key Club 3, 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 3, 4. WEBER, DEBBIE: Spirited '701:FNA 4: Volleyball 2. WEIL, SUSAN: ORACLE 4: FTA 4: Spirited '70 4: French Club 4: Senior Prom: Monitor 3. WEIL, LINDA: House Council 1, 2: Student Council Alternate 4: Spirited '70 1, 2: FTA 1, 2, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Senior Prom: Volleyball 1, 2: Basketball 1. WEINBERT, LIZ: ORACLE 4: Senior Class Council: Art Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Horseback Riding Club 4:"Carousel": Monitor 33 Volleyball 1. WEIR, SUSAN: Student Council 1: House Council 2: Horseback Riding Club 2: Chorale 1, 2: Chorus 3: Senior Prom. WELSH, RICK: Interact 3, 45 Riflery 25 LaCrosse 3, 4. WENTZEL, BILL: Interact 45 Orchestra 35 Band 1, 25 Track 25 Cross Country 1. WESTON, BONNIE: House Council 15 Class Council 2, 3, 45 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3, 45 Archeology Club 1, 25 Sub Deb 45 Soul Sisters 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Gymnastics 1, 25 Junior Prom5 Senior Prom5 Hockey. WEYNIOUTH, SHERYL: Spirited '70 1, 2, 35 Junior Prom5 Senior Prom5 Riding Club 4. WHISIVIAN, CATHY: Class Council 1, 35 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 World Affairs Club 15 Affiliation Club 15 Junior Prom5 Library Aide 1, 25 Hockey I5 Intramural Basketball 1, 25 Intramural Volleyball 1, 2. WHITBY, RICK: Interact 3, 45 Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 45 Soccer 1, 3. WHITE, LINDA: Affiiaaion Grub 2, FNA Qpspamed '70 2fcsP 45 sidui Sisters 45 Color Guard 4. WHITE, NIARY: PNA 2, 3 Vice-President, 4 President5 Affiliation Club 45 Library Aide 25 Spirited '701, 2, 3, 45 Hockey 15 Volleyball 2. WHITHAN, LINDA: Class Cabinet 15 Student Council 2, 35 FTA 15 Affiliation Club 1, 25 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Sub Deb 45 Junior Orientation5 Junior Prom: Senior Prom. WICKER, ELLEN: ORACLE 1, 3, 45 Student Council Alternate 15 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 Affiliation Club 1, 2, 45 French Club 1, 25 Library Aide 1, 25 Hockey 15Volleyball 2. VVIGIVIORE, RICHARD: Interact 4. WILKINSON, PEGGY: House Council 25 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Monitor 35 Swimming 1. '21R WILDE, BARBARA: French Club 2. WILENSKY, LENNY: Band I, 2, 3, 4. WILSON, RICK: Varsity "A" Club 45 Abingtonian Sports Editor Spectre5 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 4. WIRTA, PEGGY: Class Cabinet 2 Secretary, Alternate 45 Student Coun. 35 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3 Secretary, 4 Vice-President5 GIAC 3, 45 Cheerleading 25 Soph Hop 25 Senior Prom5 J.V. Hockey 1. WISENAUER, LYNNE: House Council President 25Student Council 25 Class Council 35 Spirited '70 1, 2, 3, 45 World Affairs Club 15 Affiliation Club 1, 25 Junior Prom5 Intramural Basketball 1, 25 Intramural Volleyball 1, 2. WOEHR, DOTTIE: Riding Club 4. WOLE, CHRISTOPHER: Student CounciIW4: Qlal Access Aide 2, I President 3, 45 Teens for Retarded 3, 45 Italian Club 35 Latin Club 35 Chorale 1, 25 Chorus 45 Library Aide 1, 3, 45 Animal Room 22 Swimmer's Aide 45 Swimming 3, 45 ARTW 3, 4. WOLFE, KEN: Class Council 15 Student Council 45 Cinema Club 25 World Affairs Club 1, 25 Abingtonian 45 Hall Monitor 45 Marching Band 3, 45 U. N. Delegate 25 Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 4. WORSTER, JOEL: Student Council 35 Key Club 3, 45 Varsity "A" Club 45 Basketball 15 Football 15Golf 3, 4. JOHN, WORSTER: Key Club 3, 45 Varsity "A" Club 45 Football 15 Basketball 15Golf 3, 4. WORTHINGTON, AL: Key Club 25 TAFI 25 Varsity "A" Club 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 District Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Jazz Club 15 Dance Band 2, 3, 45 "West Side Story"5 "Fiorello"5 Varsity Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4. YEAGER, DAVID: Class Council 3, 4, Boy's Spirit Committee 3, 4: ZANAN, BILL: Coin Collecting Club 15 French Club 2. Cafeteria Monitor 45 Basketball 1. ZEEB, MARILYN: Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 43 FBLA 2, 45 Spirited '70 1 YON KE R, RICHARD: ORACLE 45 Cinema Club 2, 3, 4: Debate Club School Store 45 Junior Orientation 45 Cafeteria Monitor 4. 3, 45 Latin Club 45 Abingtonian 3. ZETH, FRED: Student Council 1, 2g Band 1, 2. YOUNG, BARBARA: Affiliation Club 31 Spirited '70 'l, 2, 3, 42 ll'lT9l'3CT41FHA 32 S9f'll0l' Pl'0m- ZIIVIMERNIAN, BENNAZ Cinema Club 25 Human Relations Club 2, 3 45 School Store 1 Vice-President, 2 President. YUKENAVITCH, EDWARD: Student Council 45 Interact 4, Senior Prom, Football 1pWrestling 1, 2. if -Q-.., 316 The Russina Steppes? The Wilds of Maine? No! Abington High School, South Campus. It is often said that a 'Picture is worth a thousand words.' Usually this is true. However, in this case there is a tale of dedication and perserverance against almost insur- mountable odds. Late in 1968 an agreement was made between a local college and two of Patrick's sons. The signed pact was that if the desired item could be moved from place A to place B, then it was available. The track was completed. In the warm'months of 1969, faculty and students watched wonderingly as the ground crew guided their mower past a collection of seemingly rotting wood. However, as the days grew shorter. the wood began to undergo. a metamorphic change. Two men and several boys arrived with hammers, nails, and hatchetsg and soon a banked oval emerged from the shoddy boards and darkened lumber, Though slightly hindered by 'rain, sleet, and snow,' it was soon clear - to the doubtful and dubious- that Abington High School was the home of the only indoor-outdoor winter track in existence. Therefore, it is only justice that this over-whelming achievement be brought to public notice in the concluding pages of the 1970 Oracle. A hardy, "Well done, Menl" 317 THE ORACLE ABINGTON HIGH SCHOOL, SOUTH CAMPUS Abington, Pennsylvania 19001 November 10, 1969 Dear Sir: The Abington High School yearbook staff proudly announces the publication of the 1970 Oracle. From cover to cover, the Oracle will be bigger and better than ever. Using a new format, the Oracle will contain three hundred and forty-two pages and more color. Because of the increased size, the printing costs have grown. We are asking you, our local businessmen, to support our yearbook with your advertising. The Oracle uses "pictorial advertising." This concept of including pictures with half or full-page ads will greatly increase the appeal of your advertisment. There are many advantages to your advertising in the Oracle. The life ofthe ad would be greater than those in any other medium. Newspapers are read once and then discarded. A yearbook is kept for years and is frequently reread. The Oracle reaches young people who have not as yet formed buying habits. Yearbook advertising aids in the building and good will of tomorrow's business. Also, it must be remembered that a student greatly in- fluences his parents' buying. It is to be noted that a large percentage of national advertising is directed to- ward the 12 to 21 age group. With all these advantages, you can't afford NOT to advertise in the 1970 Oracle. The rates are: 380.00 for one page: 345.00 for a half page: 825.00 for a quarter page: and 515.00 for an eighth of a page. Line cuts are included at no extra cost. Sincerely, Denise Goren Business Editor 318 Congratulation and best wishes from the CLASS of Kurt Roth - president Doug Mueller - vice president Shelly Weinstein e treasurer Claudia Fisher -f secretary 319 Money isnt e erything But it it has to do with ntoncy, wc ottcr just ahout cvcrything. Savings Accounts 5' Q Savings Ccrtihcatcs 5' 1 Moncyrnakcr Passhooks Chccking Accounts-IIighlfashion Checks Cash Rcscrvc Chccking Accounts Pcrsonal Loans Rcvohing Cash Christmas and Vacation Clubs Pcrsonal Trust Scrviccs Safc Dcposit Facihtics First Pennsylvania Bunk The First Pennsylvania Banking and Trust Company Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation JENKINTOWN OFFICE 801 Old York Road Manager: Shelton T. Wise, Assistant Treasurer 320 l!?'li9h5F?'3.QO' i V, ' 'e-famdlzega 1 REFRESHER if COLLEGE PREP COURSE "zz: Through simplified instruc- tion mature students now save time make up deficien- cies and prepare for College Entrance Exams Accelerated methods help students learn subjects in months instead of years and earn credits toward College Admission Enroll Now for June Term Day Bt Evening Classes LOW TUITION Come in to discuss your educa tionalproblems orwriteorphone L0 8-4855 for 50th year catalog O Gilles Mon. thru Frl. 10 AM to 1:30 PM Hours Mon., Wed., Frl. 0:30 to 9 PM l.lNC0lN PREP 20th Street below Walnut: Philadelphia, Pa. , at Xi I T EN m-mama. Yr during SUMMER Congratulations Class of 1970 from the: INTERACT CLUB and its officers: Robert J. Nathan - President Jack Campbell - Vice President David Stein - Secretary Arthur Albert - Treasurer The Student Council of North Campus Wishes the Class of 1970 Best Wishes for the future 0 HIC l 1? Qssf ft ' WM N f X, A N Qswass Rx-C 1 1888 President - Rob Stoddard Vice President - George Van Hook Secretary - Sandy Robertson Treasurer - Linda Blikle Sergeant-At-Arms - Eric Silverman Parliamentarian - Jett Sonnefeld 321 -rfk SS OF 19 President Mickey Black 'Vice President Charlie Messina Faculty Adviser Don McGinley If f C tory ls 0 0 1555 A ar S R ,gy Q1 'S A 'Q 2 - "i' ,1 'R :M,,, Aw '3 . 1 I, .Q .3351 , - e 's-s fx s L ' A s L 4 5 , : ,s,.l ,. Wil, ..,, M ,a.,.. ,. A .. ,MM - - MAM,,,,,X ,. .. V. xg M, '- H " L asf ii 322 70 "THE SOCIETY WHICH SCORNS EXCELLENCE IN PLUMBING BECAUSE PLUMBING IS A HUMBLE ACTIVITY, AND TOLERATES SHODDINESS IN PHILOSOPHY BECAUSE PHILOSOPHY IS AN EXALTED ACTIVITY, WILL HAVE NEITHER GOOD PLUMBING NOR GOOD PHILOSOPHY. NEITHER ITS PIPES NOR ITS THEORIES WILL HOLD WATER." John W. 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Q 704 west M an jenkintown avenue f tu 6-3096 333 INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL Row 1: Chuck Lacroix, Rich Specter. Row 2: Steve Henry, Gary Flintz, Gary Masters. Row 3: Marc Gallicchio. Pete Hackenburg. Dough Kock, Jim Brent. Tea m Navy Michigan Temple Notre Dame Cincinnati Dartmouth Columbia Yale Army Princeton Penn UCLA Final League Standings Won Lost 8 O 7 1 5 2 4 3 4 3 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 1 6 O 7 THE CHA MPS QESVY 133 Mr. C. E. Schneller presents Chuck La Croix and Richard Specter with the intramural bas ketball trophy of 1970. 5?-VY Zna' PLA CE Row 1 z Tommy Johnson, Hugh Simmons. Row 2: Tony Madden, Ray Neely, Ralf Slater, Fred Griffith, Ken Kind, The Saturday Intramural Basketball League concluded its season on Tuesday night when the two top teams met in the final playoff. Navy de- feated Michigan 61-56 to become the undisputed AND only undefeated Champions of 1969-70. Leading the Gold of Navy attack was co-captain Chuck LaCroix who took game honors by netting 30 points. Fellow senior Pete Hackenburg hit 16 big points, while co-captain Richard Specter and Steve Henry had 5 each. For the Green of Michigan co-captain Tommy Johnson scored 26. co-cap- tain Hugh Simmons 11, Bill Neely 9, and Stan Telenzak 8. Navy obtained a 7 point lead in the second quarter with its hustle and team play and led at half time 25-18. Michigan, despite a 12 point outburst by Tommy Johnson in the 4th quarter just couldn't catch up to the Navy guns. At the end of the contest, Mr. C. E. Schneller director of the league for 15 years, presented the large team trophy to co-captains LaCroix and Specter. Each boy on the championship team received an inscribed gold individual trophy while second place Michigan team members each received an inscribed silver trophy. Over the span of 15 years, this league originated by Mr. Schneller, actively engaged over 130 boys per year. 2,000 high school boys in these years have participated from December through March on Saturday afternoons. This program can be rated as one of the best intramural activities in the suburban Bfea. 335 Tommy Johnson drives on Chuck LaCroix in a vain at tempt to overtake Navy. THE Randy Allen. wins scoring championship with a 38.4 average. EUGH' SCORERS 336 Brad Tanner. second place scorer with a 33.4 average. Tommy Johnson, third place scorer with a 33.1. average. MR 'uf--P' Row 1: Rick Swenson, Ed Hoffman. Row 2: Rich Ivker, George Wor- shum, Row 3: Rich Hazz, Chris Adams, Larry Reese. ih 337 'I Us Row 1: Jay Kivitz, Tommy Simmons, Jeff Krempt. Row 2: Joe Gailicchio. Bob Murphy, Jeff Oyler, Steve Kirk, Abingtonian . . Affiliation Club . . Art Club ............... Abington Radio and Television Workshop "Barefoot in the Park" ....... . . Baton Unit .,.... Basketball Team: Boys . Girls ...... Intramural . Bible Club .... . . . Bicycle Club ......,, Black American Studies Club . Bowling Team ...... "Brick and the Rose" Camera Club . . . Cheerleaders . Chess Club . . Choir .... Class of '70 . . Class of '71 . Class of '72 . Class of '73 . Color Guard ...r. Cross Country Team . Debate Team . . . Dial Access Aides . Drama Club . Football Team ..,.. Football Queen and Court ...... Future Business Leaders of America . Future Nurses of America ..... Future Teachers of America . French Club ...... Ghost Post ........... Girls lnterscholastic Athletic Club . Guides and Ushers ...... "Guys and Dolls" . . Gymnastic Team . . DEX OF SPOR TS Pages . .148149 . .114-115 . . 132 . . . 124 . .142143 . . . .89 . .172-175 . .176177 . .334-337 . . 111 . . . 120 . .108-109 . .188-189 . .140-141 . . 133 . . .84-85 . . 126 . . 136 . . .95-96 . .97 . .98 . .99 . . . .88 . .168-169 . .102-103 . . 127 . . . 139 . .158-163 . . .87 . . 129 . . 110 . . 110 . . 113 . . 150 . 90 . . . 131 . .144-145 . .184-185 ACTIVITIE Hockey Team . . .170-171 Honor Society .... , . 100 Human Relations Club . . . . 101 Interact Club .... . . 105 Italian Club . . . 112 Jazz Band .... . . 137 Junior Orientation . . . .82-83 Key Club .... . . 104 Latin Club . . . 113 Leo Club . . . . 104 Library Aides . . . 130 Marching Band . . . .89 Monitors . . . . . 123 News Bureau . . . . 125 ORACLE . . . 152 156 Orchestra . . 134-135 Rifle Team . . . 190 Rifle Unit . . . . .88 School Store . . . 128 Ski Club . . . . 122 Soccer Team . . 164-167 Snowball Dance . 116 117 Spanish Club . . . 112 Spectre . . . . 150 Spirited '70 . . . .91 Sports Club . . . . 121 Student Council .... . .92-94 Swimming Team: Boys . . 178-179 Swimming Team: Girls . 180-181 Teens of the Retarded . . . . 106 Theatre Honorary . . . . 139 Trophy Dance . . . .86 UNICEF Club . . . 107 Varsity "A" Club . .... .91 "The Visit" . . 146: 147 Winter Track . . . 187 187 World Affairs Club . 118-119 Wrestling Team . 182-183 I saw a man pursuing the horizon Round and round they sped. I was disturbed at this,' I accosted the rnan. "I t is futile," I said. "You can never--Y--" " You lie," he cried, A nd ran on. 4-Stephen Crane 340 CL sie. 8201901 QV We KXQLAQSB m'cqff1f4'i"' dzblbzf J Zvi 50"


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