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Do you teel the rhythm of the
pounding of feet in the holls? Do
you heor the humdrum ot voices in
the cofeterio, the vibrotion ot
loughter between closses? Do you
sense the tempo ot music os the
bond ploys our school song?
Ripples ot sound woves echo this
rhythm on our cover, Even the "oc-
cent on the mind" suggests the
wide ronge of these reverberotions.
Cheerleoders personity the "rhythm
ot the Lion's roar" in oll the glory
ot the Blue ond Gold.
Rhythm - stimuloting, electric,
exciting - is present in every ospect
of school lite. It is the very pulse
beot ot our lives. For this reoson
we hove chosen it os the theme of
our 1963 Acodeme.
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Academy students corry their school with them: on
, their books, on their sweoters, ond in their hecrrts.
The poor cooch of on opposing
teom hongs in effigy high obove
the ouditorium. Below, the Lions'
roof resounds through the holls
ond echoes in the stodium.
The Rhythm of
The spirit, once so vibrant, hos subsided for owhile oniy to reoppeor at the new
game. Whether in the form of victory or defeot, it motters not. Thot it wos here
He holds so much in the palm of his hand. He alone deter-
mines his future and in turn it may shape the destiny ot
many, But for the present his vvorld is made up of class
rings and football programs.
Th L. n , R Mrs. Comstock, with her enthusiastic vim, sym-
e S O holizes everything vital to a spirited student
body capable of convincing everyone Academy
A chain is only
as strong as its
weakest link. Aca-
demy has no
weak links as
Seniors ot lunch
display their in-
when victory is
The mind hungers and thirsts for knowledge, Discovery, invention, and reve-
lation become a mental obsession. We must seek the trail of information left by
our ancestors and struggle to widen the path,
The sounds of education are accented with each step, These
citizens of tomorrow are ascending the staircase toward a
better way ot life for themselves and the students who will
The hands are the tools of the mind.
Where do we go trom here? The future has always
crouched dubiously in the distance, but now it looms
suddenly before us. The right decisions must be made with
force and determination.
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The greatest asset ot a boy and girl is the ability to
share their lives with one another, not iust their ioys,
but their sorrows, problems, plans, hopes, and impres-
sions. Sharing begins at school. Sophonwores Judy Snell
and Chuck Bierhach start their years at Academy with
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Love can make a slave of men, Junior Cheryl
Adams utilizes senior Gary Luchtls facilities to her
own advantage, A partnership such as this causes
much anxiety - what happens when we go our
separate ways? Who knows it their paths shall
meet again and become one.
"Love does not consist in gazing at each other, but
inlooking outward together in the sarne direction,"
- Antoine de Saint-Exupery. Shown are Cheryl Barton
and John King.
Even teachers have a sense of humor as Mr. Severo
illustrates when he is crowned "Husband of the
"Pumpkin-head Peterson," more commonly known as
Humps, risks his lite by imitating a member of the
famed orange and black squad. Lions must restrain
themselves 3 not from attacking, but from rolling in
the aisles with laughter.
The agony and the ec-
stasy H the ecstasy of
the students with their
ridiculing laughter is en-
ioyed only at the ex-
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Taking a tevv minutes alter school, Dr. Studebaker and Dr. Barber, assistant principals, review
the f62 Academe as they plan for i963 activities.
Mr, H, D. Leloerman, our esteemed
administrator, justly exudes a quiet
contidence in the many accomplish-
ments of a happy and cooperative
teaching staft and student corps.
Front office sets the tempo
Mrs. Donna Brunello, Miss Oliva
Halcel, and Miss Frances Pel-
kowski take time trom their busy
sthedule in the ottice to greet a
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Meditating for a moment over the grade of one of her Sopho-
more English students is Miss Marian Blake.
Mr. Joseph l-labas appears to be puzzled about on
answer one of his Senior English students has given
Preparing grammar exercises for
his Business English classes is
Mr. Robert Falkewitz.
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The thoughtful direction that goes into ci well-executed play is exemplified
by Mr. Dcilhart Dobbs, English 3 instructor.
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"She Stoops to Conquer," an Honors English 3 play production,
is received enthusiastically by Mrs. Edna Mae Bermon, who also
instructs Speech and English 4.
door to enrich ment
Mr. Ralph Barbcro, interrupted while helping his students, appears ready to stop the mischief,
Essay questions are not The easiesf To mark, as Mrs.
Magdalene WingerTer reflecTs while marking Test
Checking books in our well'sTocked book room is one
OT The Tourth period clufies of Miss Kathryn Young,
Chairman of The English Teachers.
Mrs. Marian Heberf and sTudenT Teacher Miss Helen Bundy Take Time To
admire the literature chart in Room IO3.
Keys To logic
Advanced Placement and Honors classes require addiTional Work for
Teachers and sTudenTs. Here Miss WiniTi'ed Mang and Mary Brugger dis-
cuss an essay.
Zimmerman and Margie Cltimenti clworus tlie proposition.
Miss Helen Schneider patiently explains ci per-
plexing problem to lter Algebra students.
Severo explains "lf two rigltt angles . . X' just
Correcting Geometry if
Explaining a dificult lrig problem on tlie visual cast
is Mr. Marion V. Lewis, tooclner of AP. Meth and
Improved methods of teaching are always being introduced into classes, Here
Mrs. Rita Kantz and Miss Gladys Tate, Algebra and Geometry teachers, con-
struct some useful aids.
papers takes a good N XR
deal ot time, but Miss J, M ' as ' 'f f-
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Rita Russell finds cn 1 I E X X :WV
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study ltall to work on K
Typical of teachers, Mr. Peter Gregan, U.S. History teacher, is
Teacher trades places with G sfudenf who never too busy to help his students, as he is doing here with
discusses history with the class while Mr. John -lim Mulder-
Leamy occupies the pupil's seat.
Social Studies molds citizens
As enthusiastic a scholar of American History as an admirer of Abe Lin-
Fred Kantz, teacher ot U. S, History.
coln is Mr.
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when a student, such as Anita Koffler, consults her
teacher, Mr. Fred Guenther.
Returning to his alma mater, Mr. Robert Hiney lec-
tures on World History while his students diligently
fake notes' Keeping abreast of the current stock transactions is one of the
daily practices of Mr. Jay Buchanan's Economic classes.
Proficient not only in the subiect of World History, but also in self Q
defense, Mr. Robert Acker demonstrates his skill to Keith Smith, M l
In addition to teaching World History, Mr. Frank
Pettinato helps students like Cora Nulty and Nancy
Quirk learn better driving habits.
Relaxation is welcomed by teachers, including Mr.
William Ulrich, P.O.D. instructor, seen here resting in
the "blue" room.
Students like to know test
grades. Could Mr. Walter
Warzeski not be giving one
of his Sociology students
A. P. Biology requires a lof of drawing from the microscope. Here, while Lois Diclcerman and Larry
Wallerstein work, Mrs. Grace Flynn helps Don Scarlett with his "plate,"
Working toward new
Using a plastic model, Miss Ethel Ruhling explains the anatomy Before showing it to his Horticulture classes, Mr. George
of the grasshopper to one of her Biology classes. Giesler examines a cactus,
Black Book in hand, Mr. Howard Eichert watches his chemistry
students conduct an experiment.
During their free period, Mr. Leo Harkins and Mr. James
Mahoney review the l962-63 athletic schedule.
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Fourth period finds Miss Maria Weschler entering the
driver training car as she explains basic driving skills
to a beginner.
Bev Kurczewski and Sandy Sieklucky learn how to
use the "force table" in Mr. Harry Ramsey's Physics
Before handing in a hypothetical Bookkeeping problem, Bonnie Mlss Mary l-llcliey' knowing Thor llmed wrlllngs me
Moore has Mr. Anthony Presogna check it for accuracy.
essential in building speed, periodically times her stu-
dents in Typing.
Preparing for the business world
Stencils must be dried by Miss Margaret Pistory
Answers by students can be quite funny in any class.
Here Mrs. Harry Peterson appears to be amused
by such an answer.
before they can be sent to the teacher.
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Carefully checking the results of a Typing drill is Miss Adelaide
Sisley, also a teacher of Shorthand.
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ln order to learn Shorthand, constant oral work is nec-
essary. Here Miss Frances Stull listens to one of her stu-
Teachers must be
as well prepared
as their students.
For this reason,
Wick reviews the
Miss Margaret McMahon seems puzzled about
the way one of her Shorthand students is
Translating her assignment.
For teaching Consumer Education, Mr. Fred Tomb
finds Business Week a useful aid.
Supervising Roseanne Corullo while she is rnoking o The end of the day hnds Mrs. Helen Bell, Foods teacher, looking
dress is Clothing instructor, Mrs. Anne Hogenmiller, into o bore retrigerotor.
Mr. Williom Stebnisky instructs his closs in the bosic know-
ledge needed tor on understanding of our government.
Mr, Alois Lubieiewski helps Dove Vorse construct o corner
bookshelf, one of the many practical ossignments of the
Wood Shop closs.
Since accuracy is important in Drafting,
Mr. Clarence Swahn checks student work
Lecturing is a vital part of a teacher's job, here
put to good use by Mr. Stanley Jarmolowicz,
of our capable Senior Trades teachers,
The operation of a lathe, a necessary tool in machine shop, is explained
to Gerald Stubenhofler by Mr. Andrew Grahm,
One of the many fascinating praiects in Art class is pottery
making, here illustrated by Sandy Fuhrrnan and Mrs. Annette
French teacher, Mrs. Elsie Campbell, who also doubles as our
organist, swings into the gay mood of the music she plays dur-
ing a rally.
Language and mu
South American culture, including the use of the "piHata," is ex-
plained by Miss Frances Maior to her Spanish classes.
Mr. Frank Necci, French and Spanish teacher, as-
sumes a comfortable position while drilling his stu-
dents in better pronunciation of the language.
Spending some of his day in the dork room processing
pictures for the Academe is German teacher Mr. Roll-
Checking his record book, Mr. Obed Grender, Acad-
emy's vocal director, concentrates momentarily on
the roll before starting class.
Translating a Russian sentence is not easy, and Sandy Lawrence
seems to be having trouble repeating it to Mr, Milton Simon.
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Miss Sylvia Burgun combines the study of Latin with the study of ancient
"Eins, zwei, drei, vierg lift your glass and drink your water,"
sings Mr. William Burger, Band and Orchestra instructor, as he
finishes his lunch.
By energetically exercising in Gym, the girls learn how to keep fit.
While class is in session, Mrs. Mary Robb checks the names of the girls
in Pool class.
During one of her rare sedentary moments, we see Mrs.
Shirley Comstock, girl's Physicol Education teacher, su-
pervising a test in girl's Health class,
Using Rich Mellow as his victim, Mr. Donald Zonno
tion to Tom McLaughlin,
Mr, Tony Verga illustrates the watchful eye needed in Pool class.
spices the Phys Ed classes
Mr. Jack Komora times a runner in o race while the rest of the gym class await their turn.
demonstrates the fundamentals of artificial respira-
Mrs. Ruth Shoenfeld, girls' counselor, and Sue Gerard
check The hling cabinet for Sue's school record.
To get a loefier idea of Their qualihcaiions for college
boys feel free To Talk To Mr. Frederic Torrance, boys
or counsel, service . . .
Academy is proud ro have so many Lefier of Commendarion winners. Here are Paula Hagan, Sandy Lee,
Chesiene Onisko, Larry Wallersrein, Ed Christoph, Dave Schuifer, Bill Kern, ond Bill Harkins. Absenr
were Richard Maras, Dave Myers, and Chuck Jackson.
Could it be that Mary Stienmetz, Sue Gluck, and Steve Schatz grew
smart enough to become the National Merit semi-tinalists by reading all
. . . and distinction
Watching for the results of a titration experiment are lab assistants C.
Fasenrneyer, R. Hanks, J. Glenn, N. Sherman, S. Noble, R. Petit, W. Owens,
G. Kowalski, J. Haller, D. Bogert, R. Bussard, and B. Tucker.
Sandy Lee and Larry Wallerstien, DAR and SAR award
winners, are well aware of the importance of a college
education as they review college bulletins in the guid-
During study hall, Kathy Nelson, Freddy Williams, Pat Schilling, and Theresa Proba spend part of their
time using the library facilities.
For mind and body
While Miss Margaret Golden watches, Mrs. Rose Krciinski checks
out a book from our large library,
Mrs. Dorothy Baker, Academy nurse, checks John Barr's eyes dur-
ing a physical examination.
Throughout the morning, our cafeteria aides spend
their time preparing food to give to Academy's
hungry students and teachers.
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nance in the city schools, pauses for a moment
after checking one of her weekly work schedules.
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FRONT ROW - A. Dicker, B. West, M. Wa-Ish, G. Pelkowski, A. Zeitler. BACK
ROW - V. Malany, E. Fogel, D. Crawford, M. Gredler, B. Zukowski, S. Santor
lf anything needs doing around Aca-
demy's halls, call the custodians.
Jammed lockers, stuffed up drinking
fountains, and chalky blackboards
come under the care of ianitors.
SEATED - L. Larzai, S. Casey, C.
Ferrari. STANDlNG - C. Nyheig, E.
Rupelewski, R. Pace, N. DiPlarido, J.
Hoppkins, P. Leone, C. Sucharski, T.
An upset over Tech C13-l2l and two vic-
tories with only a point margin with Harbor-
creek C19-T83 and East U3-T23 provided
Academy students with some exciting exhibi-
tions of gridiron action.
The most exciting game of the season was
when the fired-up Lions upset fifth-ranked
Tech Memorial in a game that really was a
credit to Coach Verga and his squad. The
clock showed 8:l7 when Gary Haskins ran
from the one yard line for the Lion's first
tally. A Haskins pitch was bobbled later in
the game by Gates, and Ed Giglio stepped
in, picked it up, and ran 20 yards for the
lone Centaur score. The extra point tailed,
and the scoreboard read Academy 7, Tech
6. Jim Holland rambled over for the last
Lion tally after a 67 yard iourney, The final
score - Tech Memorial 6, Academy l4.
Although they lost the city series cham-
pionship, they ended the season with an
average of 4 wins and 5 losses - tied for
second place in city competition.
Dr. Barber accepts Section One trophy from Coach Verga - another to add to
Academy's collection of awards.
Team's strong will sparks Lions to
Exhausted from a trying play, Academy's Lee Larsen grabs a
well deserved breather.
Mike Trott receives his well-earned letter from Coach
fu Verga during the awards assembly.
Assistant coaches Zonno and Mahoney work out a
new play before a big game.
ROW 'I - D, Held, H. Davis, J. Karznea, L. Glenn, W. Katledge, C.
Atkinson, R. Skinner, C. Adams, L. DiCaroIis, F. Williams, L. Moore
D. Bender. ROW 2 - L. Jones, J, Christianson, M. Trott, L. Wertel
G. Lucht, D. Hudson, G. Haskins, J. Kabasinski, M. Biser, D, Ed
, Holland, L.
Rambler Quarterback Mike Flaherty attempts to get around Academys left end
Leading the lion charge John Kabasinski
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Sch elds L Moore ROW 3 R Tomb D Holland
D. Weigel T Rohan E Williams C Stevenson
Larsen T Gates R Hagan H Ramsey J Weber
The agony of defeat seems to be
Taken quite hard by quarterback
Noi all glory
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Larry Wierfel ends up on The wrong end
of a down-field block.
Team physician, Dr. B. Agresti, offends To
junior linebacker Harry Ramsey iniured
during Prep action.
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Academy 6 McDowell 19 J
Academy 6 Saegertown 31
Academy O Vincent 13
Academy 19 East 12
Academy 6 Fairview 7
Academy 12 Harborcreek O
Academy 7 Tech 12
Academy O Prep 26
1962 brought Academy its first losing J.V.
football team in the school's history. The boys
played hard, but ended the season with a record
ot 2 wins and 6 losses, A high point in the season
vvas a win over previously undefeated East, with
the score, 19-12, in tavor ot the Lions. Guiding the
boys were Coach Ramsey and co-captains Brian
Modisher and Jim Thayer.
Co-captains: Brian Modisher and Jim Thayer.
Lion cubs caged
ROW 'I L. to R. T, Cole, B. Modisher, J. Weber, B. Burroughs,
Barr, J. Mussara, L. Campbell, G. Karznea, J. Schweigert,
Clugh, D. Lyons. ROW 2. T, Thomas, M. Mosley, G. Wealcland,
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D. Weigel, R. Smith, J. Thayer, B. Buchner, J. Presogna, W. Bogdo
F. ski, B. Stazer, T. Ebert.
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Academy 23 East 32
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The cross country team learned the ups
and downs of the Erie Golf Course the hard
way, but the new site, though more difficult
than a previous one, provided the runners
with a challenge. Placing fifth in the Dis-
trict IO meet, the team competed with other
area schools on a mud-filled, freezing cold
Managers John Nelson and Mike Paris
aided coach Robert Acker with scores and
timing. Roger Johnson and Don McBride
worked together as co-captains.
A pat of encouragement, praise for a job well done, criticism over a
faulty step - these are all part of a coach's iob. Here Mr. Acker gives
Kenny Keys and Don McBride a few last minute pointers.
Runners place third
ROW 'lr M- HCf1l0l'1, W- Hull, J- JGHSGH, P- Quinn, L' RGTl'1mGf1r1, Maras, N. Jensen, T. Samanka, R. Sims, N. Bemis, K. Keys, J. At
R. Adler, R. Whipple, B. Korb, D. Bender, D. McBride, M. Gold, kinson, M. Warnken, J. Wolf, J. Jamison.
W. Morgan, O. Rodax. ROW 2: J. May, B. Harkins, T. Gorndt, R.
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BOTTOM ROW: O. Rodax, D. Sharpe, M. Johnson, S. Mysnyk, I. Icins, B. Shields, C. Stevenson, R. Tomb, P. Evanotl, G. Davis
Solomon, M. Biser, C. Shauerman. ROW 2: Coach Ramsey, B. Har' Missing: Captain Rich Whipple, G. Kowalski, J. Weber.
A first place Trophy has been added to Academy's
showcase. Lion wrestlers captured the title in the
Invitational Commodore Perry Tournament near
Meadville. The trophy was awarded to coach Harry
Ramsey and captain Rich Whipple. Roger Sims filled
the job ot manager for the team.
Academy placed third in Section I competition
with Buck Biser taking tirst place honors. The city
match gave Irwin Solomon Hrst place, while the
team placed fourth.
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Senior Wrestler Bob Shields seems to have the upper hand
on the Tech opponent.
Lion finds himself in a rough position as he tries to break free.
Jim ShaFFstaII's face reveals the Tension and anxiety in placing
Walt Crosby is almost neck and neck with an East man on the
hurdles. in a hard fought relay.
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Acddemy 77 273 Norm Edd AOIK3 Finishing second in city competition and third in district,
Acddemy Q6 1K3 prep 38 273 Academy's tracksters enioyed a spirited season.
Acddemy 54172 1-ech 80 172 Leading members ot individual events were Gates, running
Acddemy 64 374 MCDOWG11 621!4 the sprints Shaffstall running the 440 relay, Dawley in the tield
Acddemy 67172 E051 67172 events and Holland throwing the iavelin. Tom Dawley broke
Acddemy 83 173 Vmcem 51 273 the school record tor the shot put.
Academy TOO UQ Harborcreek 26 U2
Academy 77 lf? Ashtabula 40
ROW 'I L. to R, P. Quinn, R, Adler, C. Adams, R. Santi, C. ken, W. Harkins, D. Held. ROW 3 - C. Schlautman, D. Joho, L.
Schauerman, A. Christallino, D. Austin, D. McBride, J. Baldridge, Hitt, L. Larsen, T. Dawley, M, Peplinski, P. Samanka, J, May, P.
J. Holland, C. Holmes, W. Crosby, B. Thomas, J. Young, C. Atkin- Pecorella, L. Sazarear, J. Atkinson, J, Gallagher, R. Green, J.
son. ROW 2 - J, Wahl, R. Johnson, A. Thiel, R. Samuels, R. Papsun, L. Gleen, P. Williams, B. Baker, W. Harkins, G. Haskins,
Loper, R. Sims, R. Quien, N. Beernis, J. Shafstall, R. Maris, C. H. Palmer, D. Lambrecht.
Harris, T. Gates, A. Scauright, W. Catledge, R. Moore, M. Warn-
5.11451 ne..-, ..,' A
L. to R.: Paul Blau, Ken Bredenberg, Jerry Fong, Larry Wallerstein, Duke Diehl, Mike Moore, Ken Perry, Bill Nelson.
Closing the season second place in city competi-
tion, the Academy Tennis Team had a very success-
ful season. Along with the able coaching of Mr.
Leamy the spirited team managed to conquer every-
one but Vincent.
The returning lettermen are Mike Moore and Duke
Diehl, and those receiving sweaters were Jerry Fong,
Theo Baker, Ken Bredenberg, and Bill Nelson.
Jerry Fong won the All Scholastic Invitational
Tournament at the Ainsworth Courts.
Academy 4V2 McDowell ISM
Academy O Oil City 8
Academy 7 Tech l
Academy 2 McDowell 6
Academy 7 East I
Academy l Vincent 7
Academy 6 Prep 2
Jerry Fong volleys the ball across the net to score
Everette Williams out lumps Warrior opponents as he
retains an OHSHSI e ebound
VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD T
7 l Fairview
59 Strong Vincent
50 Pittsburgh Canevin
52 Ha rborcreelc
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FRONT ROW - Ron Aleksiewicz, Fred Williams, Bob Thomas, Ken - Ed Flagella, Larry Hitt, Everette Williams, Dave Stingle Walt
Harris, Mike Trotf, Randy Lightner, Clarence Atkinson. BACK ROW Crosby, Fred Plonsky, Ken Keys.
in title race
Using a comparatively young team again this year, Coach
Don Zonno amazed everyone by finishing with another suc-
cessful season. The win-loss record at the end of the season
Highlights of the season were two victories over the Strong
Vincent squad. Bob Thomas again led the city in scoring and
he was assisted by the rebounding of Larry Hitt and Everette
Williams. Also showing ball handling skill were Walt Crosby,
Dave Stingel, Fred Williams, and Mike Trott.
Academy finished second in both city and section competi-
East's Chickie Woodard li3l seems to be having difticulty containing
Lion Walt Crosby 1233.
Walt Crosby 1231 drives the base line in an attempt to
tally two points against Tech.
and shorf, Bob
Lcrry Hifi, dis-
Vorsify Couch Zonno discusses strategy with 6'2"
cenier Lorry Hiff.
Hi I Hoppers in ciction
Ken Keys contributes two points To the couse
L Greg Tomb leaps
JV BASKETBALL RECORD high to lqke 'he
Academy 36 Fairview l6 ball from The Ripley
Academy 44 Girard 34 Opponent'
Academy 72 Ripley 25
Academy 49 Conneaut 38
Academy 56 Strong Vincent 51
Academy 44 Tech Memorial 43
Academy 44 McDowell 43
Academy 52 Harborcreek 36
Academy 57 Prep 5l
Academy 74 Ripley T7
Academy 69 Strong Vincent 48
Academy 55 East 25
Academy 48 Harborcreek 39
Academy 56 Tech Memorial 4l
Academy 38 McDowell 40
Academy 58 Prep 60
Academy 6l East 41
Nothing was able to impede the progress of the Academy
J-V's in their battle tor the city championship. On their way to
the victory the team ran up a l5 consecutive game winning
the history of the J-V team. Dave Hanks and .lim Young co- L
This was broken only by the McDowell Troians who X
a two point upset over the Lions. l
Severo coached the team to its second best season in l
captained the team, while Tom Schultz led in scoring.
ROW I R.
J.V.'s nab all but two
Stazer, J. Kidder, R. Browdie, T. Schultz, J. Young, B. D. Markley, G. Weekland, A Solomon B Jones D Thayer D
Modisher, D. Nieminski, W. Twilly. ROW II D. Bender, G. Tomb, Markley, Mr. Severo.
BOTTOM ROW - L. Nardo, J. Kennedy, R, Rochy, D. Schmidt, H. King, R. Tongren, G. Boldt, T. Balko, J. Lund, T. Johnson, P. Shof
Peterson, J. King, R. Schneider, D. Schutter, R. Braggins, C. Groen- fer, D, Jones, LAST ROW - H. Narducci, M. Pettinato.
dahl. SECOND ROW - G. Burbridge, B. Zipper, J. Capitzd, K.
Sea Lions Sink
Dave Schmidt strains to get the ball past the long arms ot goalee Dave Schutter.
Depending on a young team, with only
four returning lettermen, the water polo
team ran into rough competition from some
older and more experienced teams. Despite
an unsuccessful season the team received a
large amount ot support from the student
John King made the all-city team, while
Dave Schmidt and Humphrey Peterson were
selections for the second team. This year's
lettermen included John King, Dave Schmidt,
Humphrey Peterson, John Kennedy, Louis
Nardo, Tom Baldo, Dave Schutter, Clark
Stevenson, Jack Baker, Bill Zipper, and
. WATER POLO RECORD
Academy i Tech 4
Academy O Vincent 6
Academy O Prep 4
Academy O East 8
Academy l Vincent 2
Academy l East 5
Academy l Tech l
Academy l Prep 5
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E 56 30
John King dives into the pool while Humps Peterson, Dave
Schmidt, and Bob Braggins wait their turn.
John King, Dave Schmidt, and Jim Lund practice their racing starts,
Swimmers place fourth
A tresh young swimming team suffered from the some
problems as the water polo team in their meets this year.
The swimmers ended the season with a win-loss record of
4 and 8.
Two records were broken this year. The tree style relay
ot John King, Dave Schmidt, Humphrey Peterson, and Bob
Braggins broke the I60 yard tree style relay record with a
timing of I:5I.I. A thirty years record in the 40 yard tree
style formerly held by Mr, Rollinger, was broken by John
King with a time of I7.8.
With the loss of only one senior the team should go
into next year's season with some experience gained dur-
ing the year.
FIRST ROW - K. King, G. Groendahl, G. Burbridge, R. Tongren, T, Balko, J. Lund, L. Nardo, J. Kennedy, D. Schmidt, J. King, H.
J. Capitza, W. Zipper, T. Johnson, P. Shaffer, G. Boldt, R. Braggin, Peterson, H. Narducci. Missing: W. Graham, D. Smiley, and R.
R. Schneider. SECOND ROW - M. Pettinato, D. Jones, R. Rochy, Anderson.
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Junior Rich Mellow slams a base hit with grim determination.
Vincent l l
John Vorberger squats in catcher's position to receive
Team bats cold score
Finishing the season with a record ot 4 wins
and il losses, the Academy baseball team, under
the coaching of Mr. Anthony Presogna, still dis-
played outstanding school spirit and sportsman-
The stronghold tor next year's squad will be
returning Rich Skinner, John Vorberger, Lenny
DeCarolis, and Jon Christensen.
Baseball: ROW I: D. Huzinec,
R. Skinner, R. Mellow, R, Fetz-
ner, J, Chase, J. Moore. ROW
ll: L. Decarolis, G. Weakland,
J. Coughlin, C. Pora, L. Moore,
R. Johnson, ROW Ill: T. lrwin,
M. Rohan, J. Vorberger, G.
Groenendaal, G. Schmitt, J.
Piechoclci, J. Christensen.
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Golf: ROW l B. My, R. Tomb,
J. Holroyd, S. Gauly. ROW ll
M. Piper, J. Gornall, B. Bart-
lett, T. Osbeck, D. Lenz, B.
Owen, Mr. C. Swann.
Golfers capture city and district titles
The i962 golf team brought Academy its only
championship last year atter a tine season. The
team not only captured the city title but also
triumphed in the District lO competition. Leading Acgdemy 7 Prep 5
the team was Tom Osbeclc who qualihed in dis- Aggdemy 14 Cerry 1
tricts to go on to the state-Wide matches. Other Aggdemy QV2 Teqh QVQ
outstanding players were lettermen Bill Bartlett, Aggdemy 10 Vincent 2
Tom Tatt, Jack Hirsch, and Jack Gornall, Academy iO East 2
Academy 6 McDowell 6
Academy BV2 Prep SV2
Academy 7VQ Tech 4V2
Tom Osbeck hits one right down the Academy Vincent O
middye. ' Academy ll East l
Academy lOVQ McDowell W2
N Academy i5 Corry 3
Bill Bartlett waits for
Showing Dean Lenz proper handling of the club is just the right time to
Coach Swahn. putt.
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Members of the girls' basketball team are V, Page, B. Thompson, S. Thompson, B. Curry, L. Wurst, E.
Allen, C. Horton, C. Fasenmeyer, and C, Hodges.
Females flash the Gold and Blue
GIRLS' BASKETBALL SCORES
Academy 20 Mercyhurst 30
Academy 16 McDowell 12
Academy T6 Villa Maria 36
Academy l4 St. Benedicts 48
Academy l2 St. Gregorys l5
,M Academy l4 St. Benedicts J.V. TO
Academy 20 Booker T lO
Academy Tech Memorial
Academy North East
other city high schools.
Voletta Page, Beverly Thompson, and Sally
Thompson set the after school practice
sesion in motion by getting out the equip-
ment. The girls compete with teams from
Sheila Fletcher begins to explain the confusing
details of keeping score in bowling to teammate
Strikes with points to spare
Girls on the east side bowling team shown are: FRONT ROW - J.
Dopierala, K, Grace, J. Mosalcowski, K. Andrews, C. Lucas, J. Cole-
man, S. Ericson, S. Fletcher, M, Schmitz, S. Staley, R. Hank, S,
Allamon. BACK ROW - L. Wurst, C. Hodges, L. Underwood, P.
Burick, C. Arrowsmith, A. DuVze. West side bowlers are P. Acker-
man, B. Straus, S. Wickersham, N. Karle.
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An Encore of
Having chosen the cast of
the "Matchmaker," Mr.
Dobbs explains the details
of their parts. Cast in-
cludes D. Hestor, C. Stew-
ard, B. Aires, N. Kuhn, P.
Pecorella, M. Thompson, W.
Hull, C. Zipper, J. Glenn,
D. Scarlett, Advisor Mr.
Linda Lee, Paul Pecorella, and
andy Brower see no evil, hear
no evil, and speak no evil, yet president Carl Zipper seems to
have just that look, EVIL.
With the opening of the curtains on the
Junior-Senior play, came the climax of many
month's work. In appreciation for this hard
work, a party was thrown for the cast and
all who helped with the production. A re-
cording ot "She Stoops to Conquer" was
made for the school. "Violet Moves In" was
presented for the school by the Sophomore
Class at an assembly earlier in the year.
"Violet Moves ln" starred
Sophomores B. Disero, 'R.
Gray, R. Anderson, C. De-
Arment, K. Horseman, and
Program Committee members meet to practice songs in preparation tor the Senior Banquet.
Jim Benedict leads E. Greer, M. Stairs, C. Wertheim, K. Plavcan, S. Gluck, D. Schutter, B. Davis,
and J. Fendya. Absent from the picture were D. Brown and D. Griltis.
"Tonight ls Ours" was the
theme chosen by the Senior
Banquet Committee for one
ot the memorable events of
the Senior year. Decorations
for the East Erie Turners
were designed to compli-
ment this theme, which was
drawn from the familiar
"Tonight" of West Side
Planning ahead - "Rhapsody"
The biggest dance
of the year, the
Junior-Senior Prom, is
and financed by the
Junior class in honor
of the Seniors. The
name chosen for T963
and gay spring colors
made up the decora-
tions for this never-to-
Junior'Senior Prom Decorations Committee: C. Barton, K, Striclc, B. West, M. Koster, P. Potratz, C,
Kennedy, E. Schubeck, D. Portenier, and P. Dean, plan the center decorations for Rainbow Gardens.
Senate oiticers tor l962Y63 are Jim Theil, Vice-President, Joan Harper, Secretary,
Humphrey Petersen, T"e:15i,:'er, and Rich VVhipple, President.
The only good Rambler is a DEAD one
but then there's always next year. Sena
tors D. Lenz, D. DiCarIo, B. Kruczewski
and J. Haller reluctantly take down a
Democracy in action
S, Mandell, S. Johnston, and B. West,
relinquish their baby sitting money
to lazy male senators, J, Christensen
and F. McKinney.
Ignoring the proceedings at a meet-
ing are Juniors, B. Auerbach, M. in
Fainstein, L, Green, C. Krack, E.
Dickerman, J. Adamovvicz, B. Strauss,
J. Weiss, N. Scanzillo, B. Black, D. S -,Qi
Joho, and R, Green.
The rhythm ot action was evident
as the T962-63 Academy Senate spon-
sored many activities to raise needed
money. Their tirst project, "Senate in
Session" with Frank Martin as disc
iockey, was a big success. The senate
also attempted a new project - selling
In addition to raising money and
governing the school, the Senate paid
part of the expense ot our exchange
student, Claire Wertheim. This past year
the Senate bought a new flag for the
auditorium, and also attempted to set
up a scholarship fund.
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4. Q I
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i?l ore M. Moore, R.
Sims, C. Wertheim,
S. Gluck, A. Vese
checco, D. Portenier,
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Arriving late but eager for o Senate meeting ore T. McLoughlin, B. Simon, Trying to convince Senior C. Onislco thot Juniors
J. Snodgrass, B. Ziemmer, E, Madsen, M. Steinmetz. ore best is ci fellow grode representative F, McKin-
ney, while Sophomore C. DeArmenr stoncls silently by.
Sophomore Senators - ROW l R. Penn, K. Krosovsky, J, Magee, ROW ll G. Burbridge, D. DiCorlo, D. Browdie, J. Schweigert, R.
J. Jensen, C. Hunter, C. Pierce, M. Bitterrs, B. Eller, J. Stommer. Wild, D. Thciyer, J. Rettger, P. Hill, L. Brciendel.
ROW I - A. Veschecco, C.
Maul, P. Hagan, M. Brug
ger, K. Sheldon, K. Hayes, K
Foulke, M. Rosiak. ROW Il -
S. Lee, S. Gluck, J. South
worth, J. Snodgrass, J. Til
lack, C. Plavcan, S. Davis
M. Steinmetz, ROW lll - E
Madsen, C. Grehl, B. Barney
C. Brower, B. Tucker, S. Kap-
lan. ROW IV - W. Harkins,
R. Mandelsohn, L. DeCarolis,
M. Moore, S. Schatz, J.
Fendya. ROW V - J. Bene-
dict, M. Stairs, R. Johnson, L.
Wallerstein, R. Sims, J. Hal-
ler, D. Schutter, J. Treter.
Missing from the picture
were L. Diclcerman and R,
Miss Mang, advisor,
for second semester
This year's National Honor Society wanted to do
something as a group on a cultural level, so they
attended the comedy "School for Wives" performed
by the Villa Maria College drama group. Patriotism
and respect for the American flag was the theme of
the fall induction program. The spring induction
featured the members' outside activities, including
fencing, modern dance, and an explanation of ab-
Lenny DeCarolis and Roger Sims demon-
strate the proper way to display the flag
on a porch.
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Members of the Jazz Record Club wait their turn to have their favorite albums played
Group iazzes it up
I. Tannenbaum's impatience goes unnoticed by D. Lambert, R. Mendelson, and R. Johnson.
Jazz enthusiasts met fre-
quently to listen to their favor-
ite pieces and pass on informa-
tion to other members. They
discussed well-known iazz com-
posers and their most famous
A club organized at Academy
for those with keen minds and
steady nerves, the Chess Club
plans tournaments among the
members and with other schools.
Under the direction of Mr. Necci
and some of the better players,
such os Gerry Kowalski, new
members may learn the basic
rules of this interesting game.
Ollice Monitors: ROW l - S. Hopkins, S. Noble, G. Olson, C. Von Donich. ROW IV - C. Nunes, R, Strond, C. Grehl, L. VVoller-
Jensen, B. Ayers, L. Morchonl. ROW ll - K. Kennedy, G. Kolo- slein, S. Shreve, D. Doehrel, M. Krislo. ROW V - J, Ohmon, S,
kovvski, B. Burney, P. McGroTh, E. Kezmun, J. Weber. ROW lll - Anderson, M. School.
N. McLoughlin, C Rilling, S. Bengsfon, J. Sfosenko, R. Hogon, S.
Monitors on duly
Counselor Monirorsz ROW I - L Dickerrnon, J. Harper, K. Lechtenor,
Pofocki, L. Morchonf, B. Huber. ROW ll - R. Schneider, J. STephenson,
Yenoff, K. Foulke, S. Dovis, P. Mosley, S. Shorz.
Delivering messoges Trom The ofTiCe, col-
lecTing oTTendonce slips, sTomping books in
The librory, keeping The coTeTerio in order,
ond sorTing The Teochers' moil ore o Tevv ol
The voried iobs performed by The moniTors.
One oT The lorgesr groups in The school, The
moniTors, volunteer To serve Acodemy. Boys
os well os girls corry ouT Their respecrive
' Librory Monitors: D. Kuhn, L. Boker,
. . . MoHeT, C. Couldvvell, R.
Senowilz, D. Scully, J, Miller, L.
Haskell, N. Hodos.
Librory Monitors marking use oi oviiilcible mute-
riol ore: P. Kellog, J. Blukeslee, B, Ellsniore D
Schell, K. Kuhn, S. McLoughlin, P. Hfigcin
Cateteria Monitors: ROW l - J. Wal'il, T. Moy, B. Juliante, T. Minnis. ROW ll
Lucht, R. Henry, P. Pastulwa, M. Wagner.
Olifice monitor Ginny Olson sorts faculty mail.
Violating the one-way arrow and taking ad-
vantage of snoozing monitor Tom May are
Chestene Onisko and Suzanne Kaplan.
Greeting studious friends while
Collecting attendance slips is
monitor Barb Ayers.
Gym Monitors. ROW I - J. Pietrasiewicz, L. Al-
berstadt, M. Szymanowslci, J. Pora, G. Olson,
D. Hilbert. ROW II - D. Doehrl, E. James,
Shatcfstall, D. Senger, C. Smith. ROW Ill - C
Jensen, B. West, R. Carson, R. lntrieri, N. Greg-
ory. ROW lV - B. Stokes, D. MCCausland, M.
Allen, C. Carlauist, S. Windsor, C. Seiber.
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Brendo Burney, Lindo Boker, ond Mory
Lou Krupicz led the Pep Club in pom-
Bah . . .
The blue ond gold pom-poms of
the Pep Club mode on impressive
scene of assemblies ond gomes.
Members met frequently during the
football seoson to practice cheers.
The club olso rented o bus in order
to ottend the game in Ashtobulo,
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Senior varsity captain, Kathy Stewart, and senior cheer-
leader, Mike Grimaldi.
"Hip, hip -
Let 'er rip!"
"Loud noises come from small groups,"
The cheerleading squad may be small, lout
their unceasing pep and vigor make up for
their size. ln addition to selling book covers
and folders, the cheerleaders took on a
new project, the collection of bottlecaps to
help finance lion rnascot uniforms.
Academy's I5 junior varsity cheerleaders aid in counting bottlecaps to
raise money for a new mascot outfit. SEATED - P. Potratz, P. Dean.
STANDING - A. Koftler, S. Greitzer, L. Shafer, C. Swanson, D. Cull, J.
Stamrner, S. Schoenberg, D. Amacher, C. Simonetti, D. Perry, D. Heidel-
berg, P. Long, J. Brown. Missing from the picture - M. Smiley.
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Senior, Phyllis Mosley, and junior, Dennis Chludzinski.
Carol Crawford, junior, and Dave DiCarlo, senior.
Junior cheerleaders, Sandy Brown and .lim Hayward.
ss f f7"7",',
Depvffmenf lWGGClS -- M- KOSYSF, C- BVOWSV, P. Jenkins, D. Nohoyig, S. Lamary, C, Acker. Missing from
picture is S. Mandell.
A year befween
AT home in The back room is The business sTafT. Jane Magee, Dean Hess, and Mr. Zonno,
busily collecting money for school pictures,
Choosing This year's Academe cover are editor, Sandy Lee, advisor Mrs.
Bermon, and assistant ediTor, Par Potrafz,
PorTraying all phases of school
life Through picTures is The basic
goal of The Academe sTaff. Under
ediTor Sandy Lee, The sTaff works
diligently To meeT The deadlines.
Taking and cropping picTures, w'riT-
ing copy, and preparing The lay-
ouTs are a few of The duTies ThaT
have To be performed, so ThaT your
yearbook will be The producT of
The sTaTT's besT efforT.
D Smiley G Burbrid e, K. ManTsch, E. Schubeck, M. Harkins, D. ScarleTT.
The many reporters on the Star staff get
together tor an informal meeting to receive
assignments for the coming issue. SEATED
are: S. Greitzer, P. Mills, D. Detwiler, M.
O'Kelly, B. Simon, P. Yenoft, K. Skacl-
houge, L. Green, VV. Belson and J. Selling.
STANDING ore: M. Moore, B, Ellsmore, S,
Schoenberg, K. Holland, C. Wertheim, J.
Pietrasiewiez, D. Portenier, C, Fasenmeyer,
Star editors get ready to send the paper to press. K. Kelly,
M. Smiley, G. McGraw, S. Bengston, B. Tucker, D. Bender, S.
Davis, and K. Foulke.
The goal ot the Star staft is to write, edit, and
publish a school newspaper which reflects the
ideals and activities of the Academy student
body. Led by editor-in-chief Barb Tucker and
taculty advisor Mr. Fred Kantz, the statt his in-
cluded nevvs, opinions, social lite and sports
achievements, sparked by special-interest tea-
tures, in the issues dated T962-63.
Managing the business are Jim Stephenson and Linda
Baker, while Suzanne Bartone and Cyrene Chikoski
take care of typing,
Gold and Blue
in black cmd white
Cutting apart the articles on the galleys are editor,
Barb Tucker, and advisor, Mr. Kantz.
Assistants to the editors are arriving for class, L. Nathan, S, Bartone D
Portenier, C, Lechtner, S. Gluck, M. Steinmetz, and M. Brugger.
Hey, look us over . . .
Rain or shine, the show must go on, as
the band and twirlers illustrated in their
Buffalo appearance, October 20. Although
the weather was against them, they put on
an excellent show featuring the "twist"
done to the tune, "Shake, Rattle, and Roll."
The performance was a fine exhibition of
After football season ended, the band
and maiorettes prepared for their concert
season. Under the direction of Mr. William
Burger, the band practiced new marches
and songs. The twirlers, advised by Mr.
Clarence Swahn, perfected intricate drills.
They appeared at many schools including
East, Wilson, and Memorial.
Band: ROW l -
B. Carlson, B.
Locke, D. Sharpe, C.
Schlauhman, B. Black,
J. Berst, N. Scanzillo,
E. Christoph. ROW
ll - R. Hagan, D.
Briggs, B. Bartlett, D.
Jones, D. Riozzi, D.
Dibble, S. McCloud,
P. Zesinger, J.
Downing, B. Lenz, R.
Brady, D. Cosner, T.
Gretinski, C. Zipper.
ROW lll - Mr.
Burger, M. Hanlon,
R. Kirin, E. Nelson,
J. Nickell, R. Boose,
R. Lightner, D. Lacey.
Band: ROW I - R.
feld, B. Duffin, L.
Masters, B. Tongren
G. Hull, D. Smith,
S. Goodson, R.
Swanson. ROW Il
- B. Lewis, B.
Rohaly, M. Scott, D.
Schneider, R. Penn,
E. Seybolt, L.
Bower, P. McBride,
P. Blau, J.
Dombchik. ROW lll
- T. Balko, D. Ott,
C. Bierback, J.
Munson, W. Hull.
Z .ee J
John Fendya, drum maior, and Ron Sun-
seri, drum captain, set the beat and give
signals for formations at band perform-
Among his many talents, Mr. William Burger,
director of the band, plays a saxophone. He
has, himself, performed with the band on
Sunseri, A. Zeppen-
Twirlersz K. Ford, S.
Shreve, R. Huggler, J.
Goodenow, B. Moore,
J. Barnes, S.
Warnken, S. Taylor.
marching down the field
Jeanette Stasenko, assistant leader, Susan Anderson,
head leader, and Sandy Taylor, assistant leader,
aid the twirlers in putting together routines and
lead them in Held formations with the help of Mr.
Clarence Swohn' advisor. Sophomore twirlers: C. Hansen, D. Brinig, R. Hess, K. Sponsler, J. MacMurdo,
P. Hill, D. Anderson, R. DiMichael, R. Hagan, C. Hunter, R. Shetfner, J. Snell.
Twirlers: S. Anderson, 5. Bengston, J. Ohman, S. Lawrence, J. Shaffer, J. Krawick, G. Stazer, J. Parson,
P. Pastuha, L. Becker, P. Jozefczyk, C. Adams, D. Domore, J. Stosenko.
Choir: ROW l D. Hestor, S. Zimmerman, C. Nunes, M. Rozenek,
J. Rosenberg, Mr. Grender, J. Washburn, C. Carter, B. Curry, S.
McCall, J. Duncombe, M. Osborne. ROW ll J. Snodgrass, C.
Roberts, K. Nelson, A. Koffler, D. Gartner, D, Senger, B. Davis,
J. Meyer, B. Thompson, P. YenoFf, S. Donaldson, S. Thompson,
ROW Ill S. Zuravlef, C. Aclcer, P. Lindquist, S. Davis, J. Hugus, Z
Supplying music "to think by" during second period
is of course the main purpose of the A Cappella Choir,
but under the direction of Mr. Obed Grender, the group
also enjoyed a full schedule of appearances. They
were invited to perform at many places including Theil
College, and schools throughout the city. The harmo-
nious voices also added a finishing touch to assemblies
Away with the old, on with the new is the motto of the choir as
Linda Clifton, Carol Acker, Dave Nohovig and Ron Sunseri don lm-
Eddy, A. Hunter, B. Kraschneske, J. Lewis, M. Thompson, R. Strand,
ROW IV S. Fuhrman, D. Lacey, L. Gold, D. Grifiqs, D. Green, S,
Mysnylc, M. Sender, G. Fye, l. Tanenboun, R, Bowman, D. Nohovig,
B. Tongren, L. Clifton. ROW V R. Green, B, Schneider, J. Benedict,
J, Weiss, K. Keys, L. Gleen, B. Bartlett, R. Sunseri, D, Alexander,
R. Bissell, M. Stairs, VV. Crosby, D. Schutter.
All voices blend
Mr. Obed Grender summons the attention of members of
the Girls' Chorus as they begin class. He directs all
three choral groups at Academy.
Boys' Glee Club: ROW l D. Huclson, R. Bowman, K, Simmons, T. VV
Hilbrick, Mr. Grender, G, Fye, B. Fetzner, .l. Witt. ROW ll D. Bagnoni, gert, P, Sgmluk, G, Montgomery, R- Bisyfllf G, Sggtgmskil
D, Moore, T. Sullivan, C. Galt, B. Salyers, D. Jones, T. Concha, J.
Girls' Chorus: ROW I: S. Zimmerman, D. Hilbert, V, Turk, F. Kiotulakes
D. Karadeema, Mr. Grender, J. Smith, N. Lebenberg, R. Marchini, B.
Marchini, T. Agostine. ROW ll: D, DeDionisio, K, Gallagher, G. LeMaye,
S. Willey, C. Martin, B. Juliante, R, Hagan, A. Ackroycl, F. Kader, C.
Ehret, S. McFarland. ROW Ill: C. Kasobucki, C. De-Arment, M. Allen,
When the members of the Glee Club
sing their numbers in tour port har-
mony, the result is Worth all the etlort
and practice. The boys contribute their
time and talent to please others.
All who have had the privilege Of liS'
tening to the Girls' Chorus are tantiliar
with the beauty and quality ot their
combined musical ettort. Blending their
melodious tones into one pertect whole,
the girls, under the direction ot Mr
Obeal Grender, present annually Spring
and Christmas concerts, and participate
in various local and regional testimiities
D, Goodenow, S. Burdick, P. Bowe, N. Gregory, l., Kuhn. l, RCYWV-
Baroth, J. Battle, L. Karadeema, H. Horvoth, ROW IV: C Atkinson
Atkinson, C, Sieber, N. Mandeville, R. Brown, L Nil'-'sew T MC"
C. Antill, L, Manus, D. Boldie, B. Stokes, F Cum--' J Flldlnn
eber. ROW lll B. Pratt, M. Carlson, A. Davos, D. Gulirk, J Sch-A
Safe teen :
"The only good teen is a safe teen." At meetings,
the Safe Teens discuss car safety. By a new plan
which permits "iunior members," the club educates
those students between the ages of T4 and I6 in care-
ful driving procedures. A total of 80 students joined
during the past school year.
BELOW - Officers: Gary Haskins, treasurer, Warren
Hull, president, Richard Mandelsohn, secretary, and Paul
Pecorella, vice president, know what it means to stay
Safe Teens: BOTTOM ROW: B. Auer-
bach, S. McCall, H, Eck, A. Meissel, D.
Hestor, C. Smith, S, Dodson, D. Par-
menter, C. Fasenmeyer, S. Davis. ROW
ll: G. Walburn, M. Edwards, B. Gabin,
M. Rencuch, N. Radov, K. Adams, M.
Thompson, P. Clark, K. Perrin, S.
Tuller, R. Samuels, M. Moore. ROW Ill:
J. Greenburg, D. Cosner, R. Johnson,
R. Weil, L. Gold, R, Mandelsohn, J.
Schauer, P. Blau, D. Ott, D. Scarlett,
W. Hull, G, Haskins, R. Appletree.
ROW IV: J. Berst, P. Pecorella, J.
Theil, T. Santi, R, Lasher, D. Diehl, L.
Wallerstein, D. DiCarlo, J. Ramandanes,
B. Hilbert, S. McCloud, N. Jensen, R.
Kubick, D. Joho, J. Mulder.
Connie Fasenmeyer tries the scholarship test on Safety Educa
tion, hoping to be a fortunate winner.
Kitsy Plavcan a talented member of the Orchestra ROW I Mr Burger, R. Dickerman, C. Miller, R. DiMichael, J
orchestra and also of the Erie Ballet Com Stammer C Walter ROW ll K. Osborne, B. Verdecchia, J. Sushereba, R
pany often accompanies the orchestras Bowman Rog Fiagan A Christoph, T. Rose. ROW Ill - H. Peterson, B. Duflin
performances with a graceful ballet E Christoph M Hanlon D Briggs D. Sawdey, K. Young, D. Brown.
Golden tones and blue melodies
For many years, Academy has
been extremely proud of its or-
chestra. Under the direction of
Mr. William Burger, this musical
organization has become one of
the best in the city. The tirst
appearance ot this group was at
Open House in November, The
orchestra traveled to other
schools and appeared in Acad-
emy on Parade.
Orchestra: ROW I - K, Leamy, B.
Davis, L. Geiger, V. Whitley, B. Blair.
ROW Il - P. Sampson, P. Henning, K.
Blavcan, C. Krack, K. Dunbar. ROW Ill
- B. Lewis, J. Goleniowslci, L. Root, M.
Edwards, D. Knickerbocker, B. Hutzel-
man, J. Yaple, L. Henning, J. Wise.
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This year's Y-Teens omcers are. STANDING, G. Bologna, Chap-
lain, J. Snodgrass, President, J. Harper, Treasurer, SITTING,
S. Mandell, Secretary, C. Kennedy, Vice President.
Comrniltee Charimen are S. Noble, Program, M. Steinnetz, Ser-
vice, and T. Magenau, Social.
Service fo others l
Senior Y-Teens. ROW I - B. Davis, L. Walz, M. Krupicz, P. Mosley
K. Leamy, l. Tale, M. Rozenek, S. Noble, N. Sherman, B. Ayers,
G. Olson, C. Jensen, A. Meissel, C. Barney, J. Auslin, P. Boyer, N
McLaughlin, E. Kuzmin, S. McLaughlin. ROW Il - P. Pasfuha, P
Clark, R. Hanks, M. Marsh, C. Cummings, J. Tillack, J. Wise, D
Kuhn, J. Twillie, J. Glenn, S. Anderson, L. Leonharl, D. Cohen, J
CoFlrnan, M. Lifz, R. Willman, G. Dundon, B. Gabin, M. Angelolti
L. Karadeema. ROW Ill - C. Brower, N. Kuhn, G. Kolapowski, K
Kennedy, K. Gallagher, N. Gregory, D. Rogolo, G. Bologna, T.
Magenau, M. Steinmelz, P. Rorhermel, B. Julianfe, S. Davis, C
Werlheim, D. Gaber, K. Hayes, B. Huber, M. Barczynski, S. Randall
M. Angeloffi, J. Gilmore, K. Lewis. ROW IV - B. Kurezevvski, S.
Lee, K. Barber, C. Miller, S. Wickersham, B. Thompson, D. Relfger,
P. Jenkins, J. Harper, J. Snodgrass, J. Southworth, E. Madsen, H.
Eck, C. Onisko, J. Bottle, M. Schaal, D. Parmenfer, J. Marlin, D.
Doehrel, S. Sieklucky, S. Gluck, S. Sisco, M. Hanke, J. Adamo-
wicz. ROW V - L. Baker, M. Brugger, J. Ohman, J. Sfosenko, J.
Riley, S. Shreve, N. Kroh, K. King, S. Shafer, S. Taylor, S. Kaplan,
B. Tucker, S. Treiber, C. Kearner, C. Chicoski, M. Thompson, B.
Barney, K. Nielson, P. Ackerman, C. Grehl, P. Hagan, S. Damary,
K. Sheldon, D. Mitchell, C. Golembeski, S. Fuhrman, F. Richardson.
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Junior officers are K. Kemble, Secretaryfireasurer, D. Litzinger, Sophomore oFlicers the K. Dunbar, Vice-President, M. Hartleb,
President, M. Koster, Vice-President,
"Service to others" would be an appro-
priate motto tor the Y-TEENS, an organiza-
tion which is devoted to helping the less
fortunate. Girls in this club are asked to
donate special items designated as services.
The first service was contribution books and
games to the Roger Williams Home. A cer-
tain number ot services added to the re-
quired social and meeting points is needed
to attend the Winter and Spring Tri's.
Mrs. Campbell cheerfully assists the girls
in many Y-Teen activities.
President, P. Diehl, Secretary-Treasurer.
Miss Tate, advisor, credits B. Huber, K. Striclc, and L. Henning with services
from their homeroom girls.
J. Peganotcf and J. Coffman sign up for memberships with Tino Magenau in the
Speech Club: SITTING - L. Karadema, P. Hagan, M. R. Glass, J. Mulder, P. YenoFl, J. Stephenson, S. Rogers,
Rosiak, V. Sweeney, B, Dressler, S. Sieklucky, C. Wertheim, A. Veshecco. ROW Ill - D. DiCarlo, P. Dean, J. Wise, C.
P. Wasliewsky, N, Gregory. ROW ll - L. Applebee, L. Krack, G. Bologna, D. Clawson, K. Leamy, M. Torincase, D.
Baker, C. Greer, C. Stewart, D. Hess, D. Schutter, D. Lenz, Hestor, R. Davis, R. Madelsohm, D. Scarlett, J. Kinnear.
At its bi-weekly meetings, the Speech Club, ad-
vised by E. M. Berman, instructs members in becom-
ing familiar with the varied phrases of daily speech
activities. Students attaining a required number of
points, based upon active club participation, are
eligible for annual awards. Activities include de-
bating, oratory, panel discussions, drama, storytell-
ing, and oral interpretation.
The work of organizations- such as the Academy
chapter of the American Junior Red Cross illustrates
the charity and benevolence of today's teenagers.
Members ot the J.R.C. put on a variety show in
March at the Veterans Hospital, packed gift boxes
to be sent overseas, and volunteered their services
at the V.A. Hospital as nurse's aids, typists, librarians,
and laboratory assistants.
"Babes in Toyland," a ragdoll, Pat Dean, jack-
in-the-box, Cheryl Stewart, and iester, Jim
Mulder, were part of an entertaining speech
assembly in December.
AVA and Stage Crew
Supervising the use and care of audio-visual aids,
the members of the A.V.A. crew find their services much
in need around the school. These seven boys perform
their many duties of showing educational movies in
classrooms and assisting at assemblies without much
recognition or praise.
Looking in on the stage crew seventh period you
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The curtain closes on another assembly
with Jerry Kowalski doing the honors.
might wonder if they did anything but listen to the
radio. One should be backstage during an assembly
program watching them set up the stage, and handle
the lights and microphones. These boys are busy at
rallies, assemblies, and evening concerts. They also
help prepare forthe wrestling matches held on stage.
AVA and Stage Crew: ROW I - E. Robinson, P. Petti, J. Deerback, P. Lindaill, B. Agostini, H. Press,
ROW ll - D. Smith, B. Murray, J. Kowalski, B. Hilbert, M. Gold, ROW Ill - L. Nazarian, W. Shaffer, R.
Johnson, R. Buzzard, B. Dombchik.
Business Club. ROW l M. Szymonowski, L. Wolz, J. Austin, S
Noble, N. Sherrnon, C. Jensen, P. McGroth, C. Burney, R. Wisinski
J. Twillie, K. Kennedy. ROW II R. Mollberg, K. Potoclci, K. Lewis,
B. Gobin, B. Ayers, J. Glenn, L. Leonhort, D. Senger, D. Gober, G
Kololcowski, P. Mosley. ROW III P. Postuho, C. Moul, E. Kuzmiri
J. Gilmore, S. Anderson, J. Cottmon, L. Hoger, C. Woyicki, M
. School, S McLoughlin. ROW IV D. Porrnenter, J. Riley, S. Shreve,
, S. Toylor, J. Stosenko, K. Nielsen, C. Chicoski, L. Swenson, A.
Hunter, J. Bottle, J. Martin, P. Boyer. ROW V D. Mitchell, C.
ehl, S. Lomory, N. Kroh, C. Siever, B. Roholy, R. Hogon, A,
, Telegn, C. Wilson, M. Rosiok, B, Johnson, L. Hamilton, E. Winkoski.
Business with pleasure
Miss Hickey, advisor, helps president, Pot McGroth with some
typing, one ot her odvonced connmerciol studies.
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The Business Club, on orgonizotion ot odvonced
commerciol students, combines pleosure with lectrn-
ing. To goin knowledge ot whot will be expected
ot them in on ottice, the club invites o member ot
locol business to speok ot eoch ot their meetings,
which ore held in the "Cottee Pot," Mrs. Ruth Weber,
privote secretory to the president ot Generol Tele-
phone, wos one intormotive speolcer.
Glorio Kolokowski, vice-president, ond Suson Anderson, secre-
tory-treosurer, plon o coming meeting.
Spanish Club: ROW l - C, Vercillo, K. Krasovsky, J. Greene
berg, J. Peganofll, l.. Dieter. ROW Il - D. ScarleTT, E. Mad-
sen, A. Meissel, D. Porfenier, M. Hartleb, K. Lechtner.
ROW lll - E. Carter, K, Eller, L. Gold, G. Galonis, L.
Clubs de Espanol
Planning a gala Hesia, wriTing To pen pals in SouTh Ameri-
ca, and preparing an assembly program are a Tew of The
acTiviTies enioyed by The members of The Spanish Club.
Through Their eFTorTs, They hope To acquaini Academy sTu-
denTs wiTh The cusToms and culTure of Spanish speaking
The Academy French Club, led by Mrs. Elsie Campbell,
hopes To bring inieresied sTuder1Ts closer To The French lan-
guage. To help hnance an excursion To Cleveland To see a
Green,'V, Yeager, D. Morris. ROW IV - C. Chicoski, P.
Ackerman, B. Tucker, J, Mulder, D, DiCarlo, D. Joho, R.
Appletree, P. Kellogg.
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French him and dine aT a French resTauranT, The club sold
candy aTTer school.
French Club. ROW l - K, Holland, K. Kelly, A, Maloney, P. Car-
mosino, M. Fitzgerald, J. Caifo, G. Olson, J. Rosenberg, D. Garb
ne: D. DeDionisio, J. Hockensmith, C. Rethaby, P. Brusohi. ROW ll
- A. Hartin, C. STerbackcr, S. Schoenberg, C. Horton, M. Melson,
S. Flefcher, D. Hilbert, P. Mosley, D, Clowson, H. Eck, P. Dean, C.
Crawford, S. Brown, C. DeWolT, C. Kasobucki, M. Tornincasa,
ROW Ill - S. Reisenweber, L. Felberboum, F. Fox, M. BiTTers, E,
Eisenberg, G. Bondy, S. Guntrum, J. Dopierala, J. Harper, T.
Magenau, S. Davis, B. Gabin, C. Adams, C. Borfon, S, Bartone,
To illusTraTe The use OT a Toreign language, Marsha
Thompson Tacks up a bulleTin board in The French
W. Belson, E. Dickerman ROW IV - M. Gorzynski, P. Hain, E
Dornlerowski, R. Dickerman, V. Sweeney, J, Musarra, D. Smiley
P. YenofT, K. Burbridge, S. Davis, J. BaTTle, D, Morris, S, Lee, B
Black, J. Bersi, C. Sehlaufman. ROW V - S. Gluck, M, Kelly
B. Haskins, S. Allamon, J. Causgrove, D. Heidelburg, R. Hanks
B. Barney, M, Thompson, C. Onisko, S. Sieklucky, L. Dickerman
C. Wertheim, M. Brugger, S. Randall, E. Brand, L, ClifTon, P
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CAROL ACKER PATTER ACKERMAN JOAN ADAMOWICZ LORETTA ALBERSTADT
LARRY ALDRIDGE DAVID ALEXANDER MARY ANN ALLEN SUSAN ANDERSON
Academy's Sharpest Dressers can't afford even a little slip in appearance.
MARY ANN ANGELOTTI
MARY LOU ANGELOTTI
Tina Mogenau adjusts Tom Gates' tie in an effort to maintain their repu-
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PATRICIA BOYER GLADYS BRANDT
The Senior yeor, solemn ond goy
As The Tinol doys of high school life drovv To on end,
Seniors con recoll mony highlighTs oT The yeor. The
discisTrous Prep gome, closs pins sold by The Senior
Closs, ond The donce given by The Senior boys will
olwdys be remembered.
WAYNE BRENNEMAN CANDACE BROWER
DAVID BROWN MARY BRUGGER
Seniors olso Think of The TuTure ond vvhoi iT holds for
Them. With The educoTion ond well-rounded personoliTies
ocquired while oTTending Acodemy, eoch member of The
Closs of '63 is desTined To do well in ony Tield chosen.
CAROL BROWN CHARLES BROWN
LAWRENCE BUFFALARI NAOMI BUNCE
"We were soiling olong
. . . " chonf Clcss Jesters,
Curl Zipper ond Joan Hor-
per, os fhey puddle their
way pos? the office,
The Senior year IS not solely SUSAN BURHELD
Work and 51-Udy MILDRED ausms
ROBERT BUSSARD LINDA CALHOUN FRANK CAMPANA THOMAS CANDIA
DOUGLAS CARLQUIST WILLIS CARR ROBERT CARSON DAVID CARTER
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"' Kathy Srewcxrd ond Mike
Grimaldi boost A.H.S.'s
own lion, lust os Ihey
help raise spirits of
games ond rcillies os
sg "Academy Boosters."
. . . CAROL CYKTICH
Social life combines . . . ARTHUR DAVIS
RAECHELLE DAVIS LEONARD DECARLIS PAUL DENTLER
LOIS DICKERMAN CHARLES DIPPO DIANE DOEHREL
JUDY DONLIN BARBARA DRESSLER MICHAEL DUNBAR
LAWRENCE DURKIN BERNARD DVORAK WILLIAM DYKES
HAROLYN ECK . . with academic life
Smiling gleefully despite
a pile of books,
"Personality Plus" Rich
Whipple and Judy
Snodgrass engage in
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Sandy Lee, vored
Most Congenial, dis-
play this unique Trait
in a most unusual
The pace of ci Senior is fast
ROBERT ESTOK RICHARD FAIRCHILD BRIAN FARGO JOHN FENDYA
SHIRLEY FERRARA ROBERT FETZNER LINDA FOSTER KATHLEEN FOULKE
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Mike Wornken ond Candy Brower,
Acmdemy's "Cutest Couple," catch
Q few precious moments of to
getherness between the rush of
JACK GREEN BU RG
Spirit, enthusiasm .
ELLEN GREER RANDALL GREGGS NANCY GREGORY CAROL GREHL
DAVID GRIFFIS MICHAEL GRIMALDI EUGENE GROENENDAAL REED GROSS
PAULA HAGAN LOIS HAGER LOUISE HAGER DONNA HAINES
JOHN HALLER LESTER HAMILTON MARY HANKE RUTH HANKS
. . good sporfsmonship when defeated
Dove DiCorIo fries hopelessly To utilize his technique cis "Class Flirt'
while Marilyn Marsh cooly ignores him.
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Voted Most Artistic Seniors, Carol Acker ond Bob Potter strike c "typical" pose for
the Academe photographer.
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THOMAS HILBRICH Senior Talent is Appreclcfed
RUTH HOGAN KENNETH HOLBY JAMES HOLLAND JOHN HOLROYD
BARBARA HUBER DONALD HUDSON JANET HUGUS WARREN HULL
JOHN KADER SUZANNE KAPLAN
LEONA KARADEEMA RONALD KATZ
PATRICIA KELLOGG GERALD KELLY EDWARD KEMPF KATHLEEN KENNEDY
WILLIAM KERN WILLIAM KESTER CHARLES KINDLE DONALD KINDLE
The opening of o public ice skating rink in Erie enticed
seniors Kathy Foulke ond Bob Schneider to o doy of ups
KATHLEEN KING GLORIA KOLAKOWSKI GERALD KOWALSKI WILLIAM KRACK
PETER KRANZ NANCY KROH MARY KRUPICZ ROBERT KUBICK
DONNA KUHN KATHLEEN KUHN NANCY KUHN AUDREY KUPNIEWSKI
BEVERLY KURCZEWSKI ELLEN KUZMIN DANIEL LACEY SUSAN LAMARY
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ELLEN MADSEN MARTINA MAGENAU EDWARD MAGILL
RICHARD MANDELSOHN KAREN MANTSCH RICHARD MARAS
The "fun" of homework - last minute
term papers, 3 A.M. cramming
Class Intelligentsia Susan Gluck and Steve Schatz match wits and brains in an incessant struggle to
prove which is the dominant sex.
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"Ah, for the Li e Riley," sighs John Fendya. Together with Brenda Davis, who agrees mos?
heartily, they const u e Academy's Most Talented Seniors.
ROGER MARTIN KATHLEEN MASTERSON CAROLINE MAUL THOMAS MAY
STEPHEN McCLOUD SUSAN McFARLAND PATRICIA MCGRATH GREGORY McGRAW
DARLENE MCKENZIE NANCY McLAUGHLIN
Ready to meet
the challenge of life
SHEILA McLAUGHLIN ALICE MEISSEL
BOYD MILLER CAROL MILLER
RICHARD MILLER ROSE ANN MILLER DORIS MITCHELL RUTH MOLLBERG
GARY MONTGOMERY ROGER MOON JAMES MOORE MICHAEL MOORE
DIAN MORRIS CHERYL MORRISON
SANDRA MOZUR DAVID MYERS
SANDY MYSNYK JOHN NEEDHAM
PHYLLIS MOSLEY DANIEL MOWREY
in OcTober of 1962 o crisis broke in The world
concerning Russion bcises in Cubo. lf develop-
rnenTs hold conTinued olong The lines They were
Toking, The TuTures of mony of our Seniors mighT
hove been chonged. A good percenToge of The
Seniors plon To TurTher Their educoTion oTTer high
school. WhoT would hove hoppened To These
plons had The siTuoTion become more serious?
Troops were being senT ouT olreody ond more
would be needed. College hopes would be
Thrown ouT os The droTT boord Took over. BUT,
TorTunoTely, The Trouble wos seTTled, ond college
is onTicipoTed by mony.
JOHN NELSON JOYCE NELSON
ROGER NICHOLS KATHRYN NIELSEN SUZANNE NOBLE DAVID NOHOVIG
Closing the scIwooIs due Io bod ,Wi
weather didr-Vt keep the Lions in.
Among other seniors, EIIen Mod-
sen breaks in her skiis for The
THOMAS PIOTROWSKI MICHAEL PIPER BARBARA PIRCIO CATHERINE PLAVCAN
KAREN POTOCKI FRANK POTTER ROBERT POTTER RICHARD QUIEN
PAUL SAMLUK PATRICIA SAMPSON
new and more
MARY ANN ROZENEK ROBERT SAMANKA
CATHERINE SANTI THOMAS SANTI
DAVID SARNOWSKI DONALD SCARLETT MARY SCHAAL STEVEN SCHATZ
DARLEEN SCHELL MARILYN SCHMITZ NICHOLAS SCHMITZ ROBERT SCHNEIDER
Nor Yo be outdone by his opponent, Dove
Schutfer returns o tricky ping pong serve in
the game room of the popular Glenwood Y
which opened early in I962.
A year when
philosophies are formed,
beliefs are strengthened
JOSEPH SIMS ROGER SIMS JAMES SINS SHARON SISCO
RICHARD SKINNER KAREN SKOBODZINSKI GARY SKOVRAN JUDITH SMYKOWSKI
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Suddenly, graduation is only a few weeks away. Seniors try to imagine what the
moment will be like, what they will feel. But only on that day in June can they realize
what it means to be an Academy Senior for the last time.
Commencement is anticipated -
sadly and otherwise
JUDITH TROTT MICHAEL TROTT BARBARA TUCKER DANIEL TUROWSKI
CHARLES TWILLIE JESSIE TWILLIE ROBERT VALIMONT RICHARD VAUGHN
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On December IO, I962 The siudenfs of Acade-
my I-Iigh were grieved To learn of The accidental
death of Carol Ann Cummings, a member of
The senior class. A girl whose warmfh and friend-
liness reached out To all persons, Carol proved
herself a True friend and a promising scholar.
Some will remember Carol for her kindly ways,
others will recall her sincere manner, but most
of us vvill carry The vivid memory of a Typical
teenage girl whose presence once graced our
fair Alma Mare-r's halls. l
ROBERT YOCHIM PAULA YOUNG LINDA ZIELEWSKI MARGARET ZIELEWSKI
ROBERT ZILL WILLIAM ZILL BRIAN ZIMMER CARL ZIPPER
Franhcally rusning To meet the 830 bell five Cone is hlddenl senior r
9""-'H Jack Greenberg is a member of the clan of mocking
males who tried unsuccessfully to imitate feminine fads
early This year as Nancy Sherman chides him.
Is prepare themselves for a gal
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for Sixty-th ree
The "Senior scene for sixty-three" , . . the
Bossa Nova and the Limbo . . . new Glenwood
skating rink . . . madras . . . Senior popularity
poll . . . Joan Baez . , . Saturday nights at Y-co
. . . Saturday mornings at the library . . . Win-
ter Carnival , . . college applications . . . iob
interviews . . . Winter tri, "Jewels in the
Snow' '... MacDonald's . . . mohair . . . grid-
iron victory over Tech . . . overtime court thril-
ler with Vincent . . . Salinger's "Catcher in the
Rye" . . . English term paper . . . TO-foot snow
drifts . . . toboggan parties . . . "Whatever
Happened to Baby Jane?' '... bangle brace-
lets . . . the Four Seasons . . . elbow patches
. . . Skyline Drive and the Circle . . . teased
hair . , . "dragging" down State Street , . .
the Coliseum and the Glenwood Y . . . fads,
fun, and learning.
Kathy King is typical of "helpful seniors" who accept
many of the minute responsibilities that help make
Academy your "daytime home."
A page from Vogue il-
Iustrates this year's fash-
ions. Sue Noble has donned
a V-Neck mohair sweater,
Skip Holroyd models-a car-
digan with patches, Cyrene
Chicoski shows a Madras
blouse, hooded sweater,
and flaired skirt, Dave Bag-
noni wears a poncho jacket,
and Marsha Thompson
sports a quilted wind-
breaker and stretch pants.
The keysTone in The Training of commercial sTUdenTs is The Omce Pradice class.
Here our seniors receive sirnulaTed experiences of Those They will meeT in The
A convenience provided for The sTu-
denTs, The new vending machine by
The office supplies pencils and note-
books. Sandy Fuhrman, a hardwork-
ing senior, obfains a fresh supply of
paper for The day.
Perhaps recalling former Val-
enTine parties in elemenTary
school, a group of Academy
seniors celebraTe This roman-
Tic occasion aT a parTy
planned during lunch period.
The Senior Scene for
KaThy Nielson, so ThaT she will be beTTer prepared To
enter The business world, receives experience wiTh The
mimeograph machine in Ofiice PracTice.
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Held up by the
before homeroom in the morning
The "Senior scene for sixty-three" . . .
winning the Senior Battle Cry . . . bug
pins . . . "Rhapsody," our Senior Prom
. . . confusion of schedule changes in
September . . . nose warmers . . . the
"Matchmaker," our class play . . . the
crystal crown purchased tor each year's
Prom Queen . . . Academy on Parade
. . . "Tonight," our Senior Banquet . . .
noon day dances . . . Jacqueline Ken-
nedy . . , Wrap around skirts . . . "Can-
terbury's Tales' '... noisy study halls in
the auditorium . . . sack purses . . . the
raising ot the water fountains . . . Y-
Teen services . . . the riot ot Class Day
. . . shoe boots. . . Hilltop . . . parties
. . . assemblies . . . all fond memories.
Rich Gallagher seems to be thoroughly inter-
ested in such popular literature as .l.D. Salinger's
"Catcher in the Rye."
Neither rain nor sleet nor snow can
halt this mighty procession from
reaching their goal each morning -
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Chestene reigns in the hearts of the Fili-
pinos and over their summer festival in
the town of Pagsanian. She lived with
Dr. and Mrs. Quintin Cabrera.
A welcomed addition to the lei-
surely pace of Filipino lite last
summer was Academy senior Ches-
tene Onisko. Through the ettorts of
the American Field Service, Ches-
tene enlightened these tan-skinned
citizens ot our social customs, At
home, Chestene is an active mem-
ber of many Academy functions in-
cluding National Honor Society,
French Club and Y-Teens.
From Erie to the Philippines
It's Christmas morning and Claire
could match any angelic cherub
vying for a halo.
Every busy day begins with a trip
to her locker and then Claire must
take a few minutes to collect her
thoughts before going to homeroom.
From a small European country across the Atlantic called Luxem-
bourg, Miss Claire Wertheim has found her way to Erie. She brings
with her the manners, the ideas, and the knowledge of her people
so that we might come to know them better, As a port of Academy,
she is an energetic student engaging in every activity that her busy
schedule allows, including the French and Speech Clubs, rendering
her time as an ofhcer of both, and Y-Teens, where she was
chosen an honorary attendant of the winter Tri, Living with the
family of Chestene Onisko, she has experienced many tirsts - from
trick or treating on Halloween to a snowy Christmas.
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Chuck's ultramodern school provides a pleasant
institution to make friends and continue his
On a skiing trip to the Alps during Christmas vacation our
exchange student Charles Jackson, was asked what part ot
Germany he was from when he spoke with his unusual Ger-
man dialogue. Chuck has overcome the language barrier to
carry American friendship to lvlannendort, Switzerland. His
dream trip began with a voyage on a huge ocean liner where
he blended his talent with a guitar and a song into the melt-
ing pot of students from every state. His Swiss home was that
of a veterinarian, Dr. and Mrs. Leon Meyer, Chuck has been
adopted by two brothers and his foster sister is a part of
the AFS program in Iowa City, Iowa. At home Chuck is a
member of the l-lonor Society, a letterman on the swimming
and waterpolo teams, and formerly a photo lab assistant
and president of the Safe Teen Club.
Chuck is surrounded by the breathtaking scenery
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Karen Louise Adams
Mary Ann Allen
Juniors the middle class
Juniors, located somewhere between
the lofty seniors and humble sopho-
mores, carry a combination of the bur-
dens and delights of their classmates.
With the title of juniors now added
to their names, students entered school
with high hopes. Then came a flurry of
A.P. courses, extra-curricular activities,
after-school meetings - all in one
The long awaited desire arrived in
November - class rings. Academy
iuniors proudly slid them on fingers or
exchanged them with their steady.
Juniors also ushered in a season of
fads and fashions, including turtle-
neck diclceys and knitting in study hall.
January blazed in with a pile of
snow and a jumble of plans for the
Junior-Senior Prom. l-lard-working
iuniors sorted, argued, planned and
presented the crowning glory to the
seniors on May 3.
We tend to forget the tests, late
hours, and long assignments. Glancing
back, we can only see the exit of a
Every morning before 8:30 girls'
homerooms are transposed info self-
made beauty parlors, as proven by
Donna Lifzinger, Lydia Marshall, Doris
Heidelberg, Lillie Manus, and Darlene
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round-table discussion on the proper
methods of prom planning, Craig
Munson, vice-presidentp Rich Green,
president, Jim Gallagher, secretary:
and Lois Nagorski, treasurer, make
plans for the big Spring day.
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The feeling of pride
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that a class ring gives
Craig Munson and Phyllis Mosley lead
our spirits onward fo victory a all
the pep rallies.
Victories and losses
Pre-garve spirits were high as Fred
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yesteryear, putting up a poster.
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Cheering at rallies, basketball and
football games, they won their first
and last "Battle Cry" for the season.
They elected their class officers, joined
right into school activities and became
an integral part of AHS. Sophomores
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curricular activities as seniors dashed
to the choice front seats, but they
were elected as ofticers of several
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array of senior boys, planned their
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date. Their class made up a large
part of the attendance at school and
es - an integral part of AHS
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Reflections of past glories mirror on the awed faces
of Academy sophomores, Carole Carter and Jack
adventures at A.H.S.
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Rich Browclie, president, Denny Bender,
treasurerp Mary Smiley, secretaryf and
Sue Greitzer, recording secretary.
Cramming assignments . . .
Diane De Dionisio
Y Dennis DiCarlo
Mary Kay Diehl
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into homeroom time
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Drama Club ...
Football ................ . . . 36-38
Foreign Exchange Students . . . I22-I24
French Club ........... .... 7 9
Girls' Chorus . .. . . . . 7I
Girls' Sports ..... . . . 52-53
Golf .,..,........ ..... 5 I
Jazz Record Club ..... ....... 6 I
Juniors ..........,...,. .. I25-T38
Junior Varsity Basketball . . ..... 47
Junior Varsity Football . . . . 39
Male Glee Club ...... . . 7I
Miss Academe . . - . . 83
Mr, Academe ......... ..... 8 2
Monitors ............... . . 62-63
National Honor Society ... . .. 60
Orchestra ............. . . . 73
Pep Club ........... . . . 64
Photography Stott . . . . . - 77
Red Cross ......... . . . 76
Safe Teens .-... 72
Senate . . . - - 58-59
Seniors ,.... .-- 84-121
Sophomores .. - - I39-I55
Stage Crew ... --.- - 77
Spanish Club . . - - . 79
Speech Club ... --- 76
Star ......... . - - 67
Swimming . . - - - 49
Tennis .... --.- 4 3
Track ..... . - - 42
Twirlers .... --.- 6 9
Water Polo ... 4 - . 48
Wrestling . . .--. 4I
Y-Teens . . . - . - 74-75
Senior Activities Index
- A -
ACKER, CAROL, Future Plans - Art
Academe 2,3, Choir 2,3, Class Officer 2, College Club I,2, Y-
ACKERMAN, PATTER, Future Plans - Business
College Club I,2,3, Drama Club I,2,3, Monitor I,2,3, Orchestra
I, Spanish Club 3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
ADAMOWICZ, JOAN, Future Plans - Business
Pep Club 3, Senate 3, Y-Teens 2,3.
ALBERSTADT, LORETTA, Future Plans - Business
Monitor 3, Pep Club I, Red Cross 2, Y-Teens I,2.
ALDRIDGE, LARRY, Future Plans - Air Force
ALEXANDER, DAVID, Future Plans - Business
Choir 3, Football I,2,3,
ALLEN, MARY ANN, Future Plans - Cosmetology
Chorus I,2,3, Jazz Club 3, Monitor 3, Pep Club 3.
ANDERSON, SUSAN, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, French Club 2, Monitor 3, Twirling
ANGELOTTI, MARY ANN, Future Plans - Business
Monitor I,3, Pep Club 3, Y-Teens 3.
ANGELOTTI, MARY LOU, Future Plans - Business
Pep Club 3, Y-Teens 3.
APPLEBEE, LINDA, Future Plans - Cosmetology
Speech Club 3.
ATKINSON, JOANNE, Future Plans - Business
Pep Club 3.
AUSTIN, JOAN, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, College Club I, Drama Club
AYERS, BARBARA, Future Plans - Business
I, Pep Club 3,
Business Club 3, Drama Club I,3, French Club I, Monitor 2,3,
Twirling I, Y-Teens I,2,3.
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BAGNONI, DAVID, Future Plans - Navy
BAHIM, JAMES, Future Plans - Business
BAKER, JACK, Future Plans - Navy
BAKER, LINDA, Future Plans - Teaching
College Club I,2, Drama Club 3, French Club I, Monitor 2,3:
Pep Club I,3, Speech Club 3, Star 2,3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
BARBER, KATHRYN, Future Plans - Teaching
College Club I,2, Drama Club I, Monitor I,3, Spanish Club 3,
BARCIO, SUSAN, Future Plans - Airline Hostessing
BARCZYNSKI, MARLENE, Future Plans - Business
Pep Club 3, Y-Teens 3.
BARNEY, BRENDA, Future Plans - Teaching
Cheerleading I, College Club I, Drama Club 3, French Club 3,
Monitor 3, Pep Club 3, Senate I, Y-Teens I,3.
BARNEY, CHARLIE, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, Pep Club I,3, Y-Teens 2,3.
BARTLETT, WILLIAM, Future Plans - Engineering
Band I,2,3, Choir 3, Golf 2,3, Latin Club I, Red Cross 3.
BATTLE, JO ANN, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, Chorus 3, French Club 3, Jazz Club
Club 3, Y-Teens 2,3.
BAUER, STEVEN, Future Plans H F.B.l.
College Club 3, Red Cross I,3, Safe Teen 3, Senate 2, Star I.
BEMIS, NORMAN, Future Plans - Business
Cross Country 3, Track 2,3.
BENEDICT, JAMES, Future Plans - Psychology.
Choir I,2,3, College Club 2, Senate I, Tennis 2.
BENES, NANCY, Future Plans - Cosmetology
BENGSTON, SUSAN, Future Plans - Merchandising
College Club I,2, Monitor 3, Pep Club I, Star
I,2,3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
BISSELL, RONALD, Future Plans - Optometry
Choir 2,3, French Club 2,3, Glee Club 2,3.
BLAKESLEE, JACQUELYNNE, Future Plans - Business
Red Cross 3.
BLAU, PAUL, Future Plans - Medicine
Band I,2,3, Drama Club 3, Latin Club I, Safe Teen Club
Senate I, Tennis I,2,3.
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BOLOGNA, VIRGINIA, Future Plans - Merchandising
College Club I,2,3, Drama Club I,2,3, Monitor 3, Pep C
Spanish Club 3, Speech Club 3, Twirling I,2,3, Y-Teens I,2,'3.
BORKOWSKI, GERALDINE, Future Plans - Business
Monitor 3, Pep Club I,3, Y-Teens I.
BOYER, PATRICIA, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, Pep Club I,3, Red Cross 3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
BRANDT, GLADYS, Future Plans - Business
Pep Club I,3.
Senior Activities Index
BRENNEMAN, WAYNE, Future Plans - Air Force
Chess Club 2, College Club 3, Drama Club 2,3, Red Cross 2,
Safe Teen Club 2,3, Spanish Club 3, Track I,2,3.
BROWER, CANDACE, Future Plans - Teaching
Class Officer l, Drama Club 3, Monitor 3, National Honor Society
2,3, Pep Club 3, Twirling I,2,3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
BROWN, CAROL, Future Plans - Business
BROWN, CHARLES, Future Plans - Air Force
BROWN, DAVID, Future Plans - Business
Orchestra I,2,3, Red Cross 2.
BRUGGER, MARY, Future Plans - Government
French Club 3, National Honor Society 3, Star 3, Y-Teens 3.
BUFFALARI, LARRY, Future Plans - Army
BUNCE, NAOMI, Future Plans - Teaching
Pep Club I, Red Cross l.
BURFIELD, SUSAN, Future Plans - Business
BURNS, PATRICIA, Future Plans - Business
BUSSARD, ROBERT, Future Plans - Business
AVA I,2,3, Basketball I, Chess Club 2, Football I,2, National
Honor Society 2,3.
CALHOUN, LINDA, Future Plans - Business
CAMPANA, FRANK, Future Plans - Navy
Chess Club 2, Football I, Latin Club I, Safe Teen Club I,2,3,
CANDIA, THOMAS, Future Plans - Navy
CARLQUIST, DOUGLAS, Future Plans -- Navy
CARR, WILLIS, Future Plans - Contracting
CARSON, ROBERT, Future Plans - Army
CARTER, DAVID, Future Plans - Business
CHATT, VIRGINIA, Future Plans - Homemaking
CHICOSKI, CYRENE, Future Plans - Teaching
Business Club 3, College Club I,2, Pep Club 3, Senate 2,3,
Star 3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
CHRIEST, ELAINE, Future Plans - Business
CHRISTOPH, EDWARD, Future Plans - Engineering
CLARK, DONALD, Future Plans - Accountancy
CLARK, PATRICIA, Future Plans - Business
CLAWSON, DIANNE, Future Plans - Missionary Work
Drama Club I, French Club 3, Monitor 2, Orchestra I, Speech
Club 3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
CLEAVER, CHERYL, Future Plans - Business
CLEMENTE, WILLIAM, Future Plans - Business
French Club 2.
CLEMENTS, RITA, Future Plans - Business
COFFMAN, JUDITH, Future Plans - Commercial Art
Business Club 3, Y-Teens 2,3.
COHEN, DOROTHY, Future Plans - Commercial Art
Drama Club I, Pep Club I, Speech Club 3, Y-Teens 2,3,.
COLVIN, DIANE, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, Monitor 3, Senate 2.
COLVIN, DUANE, Future Plans - Business
CONLEY, RUFUS, Future Plans - Army
COSNER, DONALD, Future Plans - Business
Band I,2,3, Red Cross I, Safe Teen Club I,2,3, Speech Club 3.
CYKTICH, CAROL, Future Plans - Business
DAVIS, ARTHUR, Future Plans - Teaching
DAVIS, BRENDA, Future Plans - Music
Choir I,2,3, Drama Club I, Orchestra I,2,3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
DAVIS, RACHELLE, Future Plans - Psychology
College Club I,2, French Club 2,3, Monitor 3, Pep Club l,
Safe Teen Club 3, Speech Club 3, Star I,2,3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
DECARLOIS, LEONARD, Future Plans - Business
Baseball I,2,3, Football I,2,3, National Honor Society 2,3,
DENTLER, PAUL, Future Plans - Drafting
DICARLO, DAVID, Future Plans - Navy
Cheerleading 3, College Club 2, Drama Club 3, Red Cross I,
Safe Teen Club 3, Senate 2,3, Spanish Club 3, Speech Club 3.
DICKERMAN, LOIS, Future Plans - Medicine
College Club I,2, Drama Club 2, French Club 2,3, National
College Club I,2,3, Monitor I,2,3, Pep Club I,3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
DONLIN, JUDITH, Future Plans - Business
DRESSLER, BARBARA, Future Plans A- Nursing
Drama Club 3, Red Cross 2,3, Speech Club 3.
DUNBAR, MICHAEL, Future Plans - Navy
DUNDON, GAYLE, Future Plans - Business
Drama Club l, Pep Club 3, Red Cross 2,3, Senate l, Y-Teens 3.
DURKIN, LAWRENCE, Future Plans - Navy
DVORAK, BERNARD, Future Plans - Business
DYKES, WILLIAM, Future Plans - Business
DZIKOWSKI, RONALD, Future Plans - Navy
- E -
ECK, HAROLYN, Future Plans - Nursing
Red Cross 3, Safe Teen Club 2,3, Speech Club 3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
EDINGER, GARY, Future Plans - Social Work
EDWARDS, MARION, Future Plans - Social Work
Orchestra 3, Red Cross 3.
EISERT, CONRAD, Future Plans - Electronics
ESTOCK, ROBERT, Future Plans - Business
FAIRCHILD, RICHARD, Future Plans - Air Force
FARGO, BRAIN, Future Plants - Accountancy
FENDYA, JOHN, Future Plans - Psychology
Band I,2,3, National Honor Society 2,3, Speech Club 3.
FERRORA, SHIRLEY, Future Plans - Cosmetology
Monitor l, Pep Club I, Y-Teens I,2.
FETZNER, ROBERT, Future Plans - Air Force
Baseball I,2,3, Glee Club I,2,3, Red Cross l.
FOSTER, LINDA, Future Plans - Teaching
Senate 2, Y-Teens I.
FOX, DIMPLE, Future Plans - Business
FOULKE, KATHLEEN, Future Plans - Mathematics
College Club I,2, Drama Club 2,3, French Club 2,3, Pep Club
I,3, Star 3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
FRANCIS, NORMAN, Future Plans - Business
FUHRMAN, SANDRA, Future Plans - Teaching
Choir I, College Club 2, Monitor 3, Pep Club 3, Y-Teens 3.
GABER, DIANE, Future Plans - Nursing
Business Club 3, Pep Club I,3, Y-Teens 3.
GABIN, BARBARA, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, College Club 2,3, Drama f.lub I,2, Pep Club
I,3, Red Cross I,2,3, Safe Teen Club 2,3, Y-Tenns I,2,3.
GALLAGHER, KATHLEEN, Future Plans - Teaclnng
Chorus 2,3, College Club I,2, Drama Club l, Pep Club I,3,
GALLAGHER, RICHARD, Future Plans - Forestry
Chess Club 2,3, College Club I,2, Swimming I, Waterpolo I.
GALLINA, DAMIAN, Future Plans - Engineering
GATES, THOMAS, Future Plans - Business
Basketball I,2, Jazz Club 3, Football l,23, Track I,2.
GILMORE, JUDITH, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, Pep Club I, Y-Teens I,2,3.
GLENN, JO ANN, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, College Club I,2, Drama Club I,2,3, Orchestra
I,2, Senate l, Y-Teens I,2,3.
GLENNON, JOHN, Future Plans - Navy
GLUCK, SUSAN, Future Plans - Writing
Academe I,2, College Club I,2, Drama Club I, French Club
2,3, National Honor Society 2,3, Orchestra 2, Pep Club I,3,
Senate 3, Star 3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
GOLEMBESKI, CAROL, Future Plans - Business
Pep Club 3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
GONZALEZ, JOSEPH, Future Plans - Army
GORNALL, JACK, Future Plans - Law
College Club 3, Golf I,2,3, Safe Teen Club 3, Senate 3.
GOSTOMSKI, GERALD, Future Plans - Business
GREENBERG, JACK, Future Plans - Finance
Band I,2,3, College Club 3, Drama Club 3, Safe Teen Club 2,3,
Spanish Club 3, Tennis 2,3,
Honor Society 2,3, Orchestra I, Pep Club I,3, Red Cross I,2.
DIPPO, CHARLES, Future Plans - Business
DOEHREL, DIANNE, Future Plans - Teaching
GREERTELLEN, Future Plans - Engineering
College Club 2,3, Drama Club 2,3, Pep Club 3, Safe Teen Club
2,3, Spanish Club 3, Speech Club 3, Y-Teens 2,3.
College Club I, French Club 3, Monitor 2,3, Pep Club I,2,
Senior Activities Index
GREGGS, RANDALL: Future Plans - Medicine
College Club 3: Latin Club I.
GREGORY, NANCY: Future Plans - Social Work
Chorus 2,3: Monitor 2: Pep Club I,3: Y-Teens l,2,3.
GREHL, CAROL: Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3: Monitor I,2,3: National Honor
Pep Club I,3: Y-Teens I,2,3.
GRIFFIS, DAVID: Future Plans - Physics
Choir 3: Glee Club I.
GRIMALDI, MICHAEL: Future Plans - Teaching
Cheerleading 3: Drama Club 3,
GROENDAAL, GENE: Future Plans - Engineering
Baseball I,2,3: Football I,2.
GROSS, REED: Future Plans - Drafting
HAGAN, PAULA: Future Plans - Teaching
College Club 2: National Honor Society 3: Pep Club 3: Red
Cross 2,3: Speech Club 3: Star I: Y-Teens 2,3.
HAGER, LOIS: Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3: Pep Club 3.
HAGER, LOUISE: Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3: Pep Club 3: Y-Teens 2.
HAINES, DONNA: Future Plans - Business
Pep Club 3.
HALLER, JOHN: Future Plans - Medicine
Class Officer I: Drama Club 3: Orchestra I,2: Senate 3.
HAMILTON, LESTER MAE: Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3: Pep Club 3: Red Cross 3.
HANKE, MARY: Future Plans - Physical Therapy.
College Club I,2: Drama Club I,2: Pep Club I: Y-Teens I,2,3.
HANKS, RUTH: Future Plans - Nursing
Bowling 2,3: Drama Club 3: French Club 3: Jazz Club 3: Pep
Club 3: Y-Teens 3.
HANSON, MARILYN: Future Plans - Business
HARKINS, WILLIAM: Future Plans - Science
College Club I,2: Cross Country 3: Track I,2,3: Wrestling 2,3.
HARPER, JOAN: Future Plans - Social Worker
College Club I,2: Pep Club I,3: Senate 3: Y-Teens l,3.
HARRIS, KARL: Future Plans W Business
Basketball I,2,3: Football I,2,3: Track l,2,3.
HARRIS, KENNETH: Future Plans - Business
Basketball I,2,3: Football I.
HARVEY, KATHLEEN: Future Plans - Business
HASENOHRL, LINDA: Future Plans - Cosmetology
HASKELC PATRICIA: Future Plans - Business x
HASKINS, GARY: Future Plans - Accountancy
Basketball I: Drama Club 3: Golf 2: Football
2,3: Safe Teens Club 2,3: Senate I,2: Track 2,3.
HAYES, KATHLEEN: Future Plans - Nursing
Choir 3: National Honor Society 2,3: Y-Teens 3.
HEASLEY, HELEN: Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3: Monitor 2: Pep Club I,3: Senate 2: Y-Teens
HENNEOUS, RICHARD: Future Plans - Electronics
AVA 3: Football l.
HENRY, RICHARD: Future Plans - Marines
HERTNER, JAMES: Future Plans - Mortician
Cross Country 2: Track I.
HESS, DEAN: Future Plans - Engineering
Academe 2,3: Chess Club I: College Club 2: Red Cross 3: Safe
Teen Club 2,3: Spanish Club 3: Speech Club 3.
HILBERT, WILLIAM: Future Plans - Navy
AVA I,2,3: Safe Teen Club 2,3.
HILBRICH, THOMAS: Future Plans - Music
HOGAN, RUTH: Future Plans - Business
Basketball I: Jazz Club 3: Pep Club I,3: Red Cross 2: Senate 3.
HOLBY, KENNETH: Future Plans - Art
HOLLAND, JAMES: Future Plans - Engineering
Basketball I: Drama Club 2,3: Football I,2,3: Senate I: Track
I,2,3: Wrestling 3.
HOLROYD, JOHN: Future Plans - Engineering
College Club 2: Golf I,2 3.
HUBER, BARBARA: Teaching
Bowling 2: College Club I: Monitor 3: Pep Club I,3: Red Cross
2: Y-Teens I,2,3.
HUDSON, DONALD: Future Plans Business
Football I,2,3: Chorus 2,3.
HUGUS, JANET: Future Plans - Cosmetology
Pep Club I,3: Y-Teens 2,3.
HULL, WARREN: Future Plans - Engineering
I,2,3: Red Cross
Band I,2,3: Cross Country 3: Drama Club I,2 3: Red Cross 2,3:
Safe Teen Club 2,3.
HUNTER, VIRGINIA ANN: Future Plans - Business
Chorus I: Business Club 3: Choir 2,3.
IVES, ROBERT: Future Plans - Engineering
College Club I
JACKSON, CHARLES: Future Plans - Dentistry
College Club 2: National Honor Society 2: Photography 2: Safe
Teen Club I,2: Senate I: Swimming I,2: Track I: Waterpolo I,2.
JAMES, EDWINA: Future Plans - Homemaking
Jazz Club 2,3: Pep Club I,3,
JAYCOX, ANNA MAY: Future Plans - Homemaking
Jazz Club 2,3: Pep Club I 3.
JENKINS, PAMELA: Future Plans - Child Technology
Academe 2,3: Pep Club I,3: Y-Teens 3.
JENSEN, CHRISTINE: Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3: Monitor I,2,3: Pep Club I,3: Y-Teens l,2,3.
JENSEN, JOHN: Future Plans - Air Force
Cross Country 2,3: Track 2,3.
JENSEN, NORMAN: Future Plans - Air Force
Cross Country 3: Red Cross 2,3: Safe Teen Club 2,3: Track 3.
JOHNSON BETTY: Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3: Pep Club I,3: Y-Teens 2.
JOHNSON, ROGER: Future Plans - Marines
AVA 2,3: Chess Club 3: College Club 3: Cross Country 2,3:
Safe Teen Club 2,3: Track 2,3.
JONES, LEONARD: Future Plans - Business
JULIANTE, BETTY: Future Plans - Business
Bowling I,2: Chorus 2,3: Pep Club I: Y-Teens I,2.
JUNGLEISCH, CHRISTINE: Future Plans - Business
Jazz Club 3: Pep Club I,3: Red Cross 2: Y-Teens 2.
KABASINSKI, JOHN: Future Plans - Navy
Football I 2,3: Track 3.
KADER, JOHN: Future Plans - Pharmacy
KAPLAN, SUZANNE: Future Plans - Writing
College Club I,2: Drama Club I,2: Pep Club I: Star I: Y-Teens
KARADEEMA, LEONA: Future Plans - Teaching
Drama Club 3: Chorus I,2,3: Pep Club 3: Speech Club 3: Y-
KATZ, RONALD: Future Plans - Engineering
Jazz Club I,2: Football I: Red Cross 3.
KELLOGG, PATRICIA: Future Plans - Teaching
Spanish Club 3: Speech Club 3.
KELLY, GERALD: Future Plans - Business
Red Cross 3.
KEMPF, EDWARD: Future Plans - Pharmacy
KENNEDY, KATHLEEN: Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3: Drama Club 3: Jazz Club 3: Monitor 3: Pep
Club I3: Red Cross I,2: Speech Club 3: Y-Teens 2,3.
AVA I,2,3: Red'
Future Plans - Business
Future Plans - Business
Future Plans - Business
Future Plans 7 Teaching
Drama Club I,2: French Club 2: Pep Club 3: Y-Teens 3.
KOLAKOWSKI, GLORIA: Future Plans - Teaching
Business Club 3: Drama Club 3: Jazz Club 3: Monitor 3: Pep
Club 3: Speech Club 3: Twirling I,2: Y:Teens 2,3.
KOWALSKI, GERALD: Future Plans - Technology
AVA I,2,3: Chess Club I,2,3: Drama Club 23: Football I,2:
Red Cross I,2: Wrestling 2,3.
KRACK, WILLIAM: Future Plans - Business
Chess Club 3.
KRANZ, PETER: Future Plans - Teaching
KROH, NANCY: Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3: Jazz Club 3: Pep Club 3: Y-Teens 2,3.
KRUPICZ, MARY LOU: Future Plans - Business
Cheerleading I: Pep Club I,3: Red Cross 2: Y-Teens 3.
KUBICK, ROBERT: Future Plans - Business.
Pep Club 3: Safe Teen Club 3.
KUHN, DONNA: Future Plans - Business
Chorus I,2: Drama Club 2: Pep Club I: Y-Teens 3.
KUHN, KATHLEEN: Future Plans - Business
Monitor 3: Pep Club I,2.
Senior Activities Index
KUHN NANCY, Future Plans - Nursing
Pep Club I,2, Y-Teens I,2,3.
KUPNIEWSKI, AUDREY, Future Plans - Business
Drama Club I, Monitor I,2, Pep Club I.
KURCZEWSKI, BEVERLY, Future Plans - Science
Class Otticer 3, Drama Club I, Pep Club 3, Senate I,2,3, Y-
KUZMIN, ELLEN, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, Drama Club 3, Monitor 3, Pep Club 3, Red
Cross 3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
LACEY, DANIEL, Future Plans - Medicine
Band I,2,3, Choir I 2,3, College Club I, Wrestling 3.
LAMARY, SUSAN, Future Plans - Teaching
Academe 2,3, Business Club 3, College Club I,2,3, Monitor I,2,3,
National Honor Society 3, Pep Club I,3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
LAMBRECHT, DUANE, Future Plans - Business
Chess Club 3, Cross Country 3, Jazz Club 3, Track 2,3, Water-
LARSEN, LEE, Future Plans - Teaching
Basketball I 2,3, Football I,2,3, Track I,2,3.
LAWRENCE, SANDRA, Future Plans - Nursing
Chorus I,2, Twirling I,2,3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
LEAMY, KATHLEEN, Future Plans - Teaching
College Club I,2, Orchestra I,2,3, Pep Club I,2, Speech Club 3,
LEE, SANDRA, Future Plans - Journalism
Academe 23, College Club I,2, Drama Club I,2,3, Monitor 2,
National Honor Society 2,3, Pep Club I,3, Star I, Y-Teens I,2,3.
LENZ, DEAN, Future Plans - Teaching
Chess Club I,2,3, Golf I,2,3, Red Cross I, Senate 2,3, Speech 3.
LEONHART, LINDA, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, Monitor 3, Pep Club I,3, Y-Teens 3.
LEWIS, KATHLEEN, Future Plans P- Business
Business Club 3, Monitor 3, Pep Club I, Y-Teens 2,3.
LEWIS ROBERT, Future Plans - B'usiness
Band I,2,3, Orchestra 3. '
LITZ, MARLYNN, Future Plans - Business
Pep Club 3, - Y-Teens 3.
LITZ, THOMAS, Future Plans - Businesss
LOMBARDO, AMELIA, Future Plans - Business
LOMBARDO, AMELIA, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, Drama Club 2, Monitor 2,3, Pep Club I,3, Y-
French Club I,2.
LUCE, JAMES, Future Plans - Electrical Engineering
LUCHT, GARY, Future Plans - Business
Football 2,3, Senate 3, Track l, Wrestling 3.
LYLES, CLIFFORD, Future Plans - Navy
Drama Club I, Pep Club I, Track I,3.
MACIEJEWSKI, ANTHONY, Future Plans - Navy
MADISON, ELLEN, Future Plans - Chemistry
Drama Club I,2,3, College Club I,2, Pep Club I,3, Senate 3,
Spanish Club 3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
MAGENAU, MARTINA, Future Plans - Teaching
Choir I,2, College Club I,2, Drama Club I2,3, French Club 3,
Pep Club I, Senate I, Y-Teens I,2,3.
MAGILL, EDWARD, Future Plans - Accountancy
MALINOWSKI, DEANN, Future Plans - Business
Pep Club I, Y-Teens I.
MANDELSON, RICHARD, Future Plans - Science
Chess Club I,2,3, College Club 2, Drama Club 3, Red Cross
2,3, Safe Teen Club 2,3, Speech Club 3, Tennis 2,3.
MANTSCH, KAREN, Future Plans - Business
Academe 3, Pep Club I,3, Y-Teens I.
MARAS, RICHARD, Future Plans - Engineering
Basketball I,2, Cross Country 3, Football I, Track 2 3.
MARCHANT, LAURA, Future Plans - Business
Bowling 2, Drama Club I,2,3, Monitor 2,3, Y-Teens I,2.
MARSH, MARILYN, Future Plans - Teaching
College Club I,2, Drama ClubI,2,3, Pep Club I, Red Cross I,
Senate 2, Spanish Club 3, Orchestra I,2, Y-Teens I,2,3.
MARTIN, CAROL, Future Plans - Business
Bowling I,2,3, Chorus I,2,3, Drama Club I, Red Cross I,2,
MARTIN, JOSEPHINE, Future Plans - Business
V Business Club 3, College Club I, Pep Club 3, Y-Teens I,3.
MARTIN, ROGER, Future Plans - Engineering
Drama Club I,2, Pep Club I,3, Track 3.
MASTERSON, KATHLEEN, Future Plans - Nursing
Pep Club 3, Y-Teens I,2.
MAUL, CAROLYN, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, Monitor 3, Pep Club 3.
MAY, THOMAS, Future Plans - Retailing
College Club I, Monitor 3, Spanish Club I.
MCCLOUD, STEPHEN, Future Plans - Engineering
Band I,2,3, Drama Club 3, Safe Teen Club 2,3.
MC FARLAND, SUSAN, Future Plans - Business
MC GRATH PATRICIA, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, College Club I,2, Pep Club I, Senate 2,3,
MC GRAW, GREGORY, Future Plans - Managing
Choir I, Star 3.
MC LAUGHLIN, NANCY, Future Plans - Medicine
Bowling 2, College Club I,2, Jazz Club 2,3, Monitor 3, Pep
Club I,3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
MC LAUGHLIN, SHEILA, Future Plans - Teaching
Business Club 3, College Club I, Monitor I,2,3, Twirling I,2,
MEISSEL, ALICE, Future Plans - Medical Technology
College Club I, Monitor I 3, Pep Club I,3, Red Cross 2,3, Safe
Teen Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
MILLER, BOYD, Future Plans - Navy
Football I, Track I,2.
MILLER, CAROL, Future Plans - Teaching
Pep Club I,3, Orchestra I,2,3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
MILLER, RICHARD, Future Plans - Drafting
MILLER, ROSE ANN, Future Plans - Homemaking
MITCHELL, DORIS, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, Pep Club I,3, Red Cross 3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
MOLBERG, RUTH, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, Y-Teens I.
MONTGOMERY, GARY, Future Plans ' Commercial Art
Track I 2.
MOON, ROGER, Future Plans - Teaching
Baseball 2,3, Red Cross I, Track 2.
MOORE, JAMES, Future Plans - Teaching
Baseball 2,3, Track 3.
MOORE, MICHAEL, Future Plans - Teaching
College Club I,2, Drama Club 3, Golf I, Safe Teen Club 2,3,
Senate I,2,3, Star 2,3, Tennis 2,3.
MORRIS, DIAN, Future Plans - Business
French Club 3, Jazz Club 3, Spanish Club 3.
MORRISON, SHERYL, Future Plans - Business
Drama Club 3, Jazz Club 3, Red Cross I,2,3.
MOSLEY, PHYLLIS, Future Plans - Laboratory Technology
Business Club 3, Cheerleading I 2,3, Drama Club 2, French
Club 2,3, Monitor 2,3, Pep Club I, Senate 3, Y-Teens I,2.
MOWREY, DANIEL, Future Plans - Mathematics
Orchestra 'I ,2,3.
MOZUR, SANDRA, Future Plans - Dancing
Cheerleading I, Pep Club I.
MYERS, DAVID, Future Plans - Engineering
MYSNYK, SANDY, Future Plans - Ministry
Choir 3, Wrestling I,2,3.
NEEDHAM, JOHN, Future Plans - Business
NELSON, JOHN, Future Plans - Teaching
Cross Country 2,3, Football I, Wrestling l,2 3.
NELSON, JOYCE, Future Plans - Business
Bowling I,2, Pep Club I, Y-Teens 3.
NICHOLS, ROGER, Future Plans - Business
Football I, Swimming 2,3.
NIELSEN, KATHRYN, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, College Club I, Drama Club I, Pep Club I,2,
NOBLE, SUZANNE, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, College 2,3, Drama Club 2,3, Monitor 3,
Pep Club I, Y-Teens I,2,3.
NOHOVIG, DAVID, Future Plans - Engineering
Academe 2 3, Choir 2,3, College Club 2, Red Cross I.
NORDIN, RICHARD, Future Plans - Commercial Art
Red Cross I.
O'DAY, JEANNIE, Future Plans - Business
Monitor 2, Pep Club I,3.
O'DONNELL, DENNIS, Future Plans - Lithography
Red Cross I,2, Track 2.
OHMAN, JUDITH, Future Plans e Nursing
Pep Club I, Monitor 3, Twirling I,2,3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
Senior Activities Index
OLSON, VIRGINIA, Future Plans - Teaching
College Club I,2,3, Drama Club 3, French Club 2,3, Monitor 3,
Pep Club I,3, Senate I, Y-Teens I,2,3.
ONISKO, CHESTENE, Future Plans - Teaching
Class Otticer 3, Drama Club I, French Club 2,3, Monitor 2,3,
National Honor Society 2,3, Pep Club I, Senate 3, Star I,3,
ORTIZ, JEFFREY, Future Plans - Managing
Chorus 3, Monitor 3.
OSBORNE, KENT, Future Plans - Engineering
Orchestra I,2,3, Red Cross 2.
OWEN, WILLIAM, Future Plans - Teaching
Golf I,2,3, Red Cross 2, Senate I.
PARIS JOHN, Future Plans - Business
Red Cross I,2, Track I.
PARIS, MICHAEL, Future Plans - Teaching
Cross Country 2,3, Football I, Senate 2, Wrestling I,2,3.
PARMENTER, DOROTHY, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, Monitor 2, Pep Club I,3, Safe Teen Club 3,
PASTUHA, PATRICIA, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 33 Monitor 3, Pep Club I, Twirling I,2,3, Y-Teens
PATTERSON, JAMES, Future Plans - Engineering
PATTERSON, WILLIAM, Future Plans - Navy
PETERSON HUMPHREY, Future Plans - Teaching
Drama Club 3, Jazz Club 2,3, Orchestra I,2,3, Swimming I,2,3,
Track 3, Waterpolo I,2,3.
PETTIT, ROBERT, Future Plans - 'Law
Band I,2,3, Jazz Club 3.
PHILLIPS, PATRICIA, Future Plans - Business
PIETROWSKI, THOMAS, Future Plans - Business
PIPER, MICHAEL, Future Plans - Engineering
Basketball I,2,3, Golf I,2,3, Football 2.
PIRCIO, BARBARA, Future Plans - Business
PLAVCAN, CATHERINE, Future Plans - Dancing
Drama Club 2, French Club 2, Pep Club I, Orchestra I,2,3,
Senate I, Speech Club 3, Y-Teens 2,
POTOCKI, KAREN, Future Plans - Business
Pep Club I,3, Red Cross I, Safe Teen Club 2,3, Senate 2,
POTTER, FRANK, Future Plans - Navy
POTTER, ROBERT, Future Plans - Air Force
QUIEN, RICHARD, Future Plans - Engineering
Basketball I, Class Otticer I, Football I 2,3, Senate I, Track 2,3.
QUIRK, NANCY, Future Plans - Nursing
Pep Club 3.
RAMANDANES, JAMES, Future Plans - Engineering
College Club 2,3, Monitor 3, Safe Teen Club 2,3.
RANDALL, SANDRA, Future Plans - Nursing
French Club 3, Pep Club I,3, Y-Teens I,3.
RARICK, JAMES, Future Plans - Interior Designing
RAWA, DAVID, Future Plans - Air Force
RETTGER, DIANE, Future Plans - Teaching
College Club 2, Pep Club I,3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
REIGER, PAUL, Future Plans - Air Force
RICHARDSON, FRANCIS, Future Plans - Business
RILEY, JOYCE, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, Pep Club I 3, Y-Teens I,2,3.
ROBIE, ROBERT, Future Plans - Teaching
Red Cross I,2.
ROBERTS, JUDITH, Future Plans - Teaching
Business Club 3, Y-Teens I,2.
ROGALA, DOLORES, Future Plans - Nursing
Pep Club I, Y'Teens I,2,3.
ROHALY, BETTY, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, Bowling 2,3, Pep Club I,3, Y-Teens I.
ROHALY, WILLIAM, Future Plans - Engineering
Band I,2,3, Safe Teen Club I,2 3.
ROSIAK, MARY, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, National Honor Society 2,3, Pep Club 3,
Speech Club 3.
Business Club 3, Drama Club I, French Club 2, Monitor I,2,
ROTHERMEL, POLLY, Future Plans - Commercial Art.
Pep Club 3, Y-Teens I,3.
ROZENEK, MARY ANN, Future Plans - Business
Choir 3, Chorus I,3, Drama Club I,2,3, Y-Teens 3.
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SAMANKA, ROBERT, Future Plans - Engineering
Cross Country 2,3, Red Cross 2, Track I,2,3.
SAMPSON, PATRICIA, Future Plans - Commercial Art
SANTI, CATHERINE, Future Plans - Business
SANTI, THOMAS, Future Plans Q- Business
Pep Club 3, Safe Teen Club 3.
SARNOWSKI, DAVID, Future Plans - Navy
Cross Country 3, Red Cross I, Wrestling I,2,3.
SCARLETT, DONALD, Future Plans - Business
Academe 3, College Club 2, Drama Club 2,3, Sate Teen Club 2,3,
Spanish Club I,2, Speech Club 3,
SCHAAL, MARY ALICE, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, Monitor 3, Senate I, Y-Teens I,2,3.
SCHATZ, STEVEN, Future Plans - Teaching
Choir I,2, College Club 2, National Honor Society 2,3, Senate
I,2, Star I,2.
SCHELL, DARLEEN, Future Plans - Business
SCHMITZ, MARILYN, Future Plans - Business
Bowling 2,3, Pep Club 3.
SCHMITZ, NICHOLAS, Future Plans - Contracting
National Honor Society 2,3, Waterpolo 2,3.
SCHNEIDER, ROBERT, Future Plans - Biology
Band I,2,3, Choir 3, Monitor 3, Swimming l,2,3, Track I,
SCHUMAN, JANET, Future Plans - Business
SHUTTER, DAVID, Future Plans - Business
Band l,2,3, Choir 3, Speech Club 3, Swimming I, Waterpolo
SENGER, DIANE, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, Choir 2,3, Chorus I, Drama Club I, French Club
2, Monitor 3.
SHAFER, SALLY, Future Plans - Teaching
Bowling 3, College Club I, Drama Club I, Pep Club 3, Senate
2, Y-Teens I,2,3.
SHAFFSTALL, SALLY, Future Plans - Business
SHAFFSTALL, SANDRA, Future Plans - Business
SHELDON, HAROLD, Future Plans - Engineering
Safe Teen Club 3.
SHELDON, KATHLEEN, Future Plans - Teaching
Bowling 2, Chorus 2, College Club 2, Monitor 3, Pep Club I,3,
Senate I, Y-Teens 3.
SHERMAN, NANCY, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, Drama Club 2,3, Pep Club I, Red Cross 2,
SHIELDS, ROBERT, Future Plans - Teaching
Football I,2,3, Monitor 3, Orchestra I, Track I,2,3, Wrestling
SHOUSE, GRANVILLE, Future Plans - Business
SHREVE, SANDRA, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, Monitor 3, Pep Club I, Sate Teen Club 2,3,
Twirling l,2,3, Y-Teens 3.
SIEBER, CAROLE, Future Plans - Business
Business Club 3, Bowling I,2, Chorus 2,3, Monitor 3, Y-Teens 2.
SIEKLUCKY, SANDRA, Future Plans - Teaching
College Club I,2, Drama Club I,2, French Club 2,3, Monitor 2,
Speech Club 3, Y-Teen I,2,3.
SIMMONS, KENNETH: Future Plans - Teaching
Debate Club 3, Spanish Club 3.
SIMPSON, HAROLD, Future Plans - Engineering
College Club 3, Glee Club 3, National Honor Society 2,3.
SIMS, JOSEPH, Future Plans - Business
SIMS, ROGER, Future Plans - Architecture
Class Ofticer 2, Cross Country 3, Senate I,2,3, Track I,2,3.
SINS, JAMES, Future Plans - Business
SISCO, SHARON, Future Plans - Business
Drama Club 3, Y-Teens I,3.
SKINNER, RICHARD: Future Plans - Navy
Baseball I,2,3, Basketball I, Football 2,3.
SKOBODZINSKI, KAREN, Future Plans - Business
Monitor 3, Pep Club I,3.
SKOVORN, GARY, Future Plans - Medicine
French Club 2, Star I,2, Senate 2.
SMYKOWSKI, JUDITH, Future Plans - Business
Pep Club I, Y-Teens 2.
SNODGRASS, JUDITH, Future Plans - Teaching
Choir I,2,3, College Club I,2, Drama Club I,2,3, French Club
Senior Activities Index
37 Monitor l,27 National Honor Society 2,3i Senate 37 Y-Teens
SOUTHWORTH, .IOYCE7 Future Plans - Teaching
College Club l,27 Drama Club l,27 Monitor 37 Pep Club l,37
Speech Club 37 Y-Teens l,2,3.
STAIRS, MICHAELJ Future Plans - Music
Choir 37 National Honor Society 2,32 Orchestra l,2,37 Speech
STALEY, SUSAN7 Future Plans - Business
Bowling 2,37 Y-Teens I.
STASENKO, JEANETTE7 Future Plans - Business
Business Club 37 Chorus I7 Monitor 2,37 Twirling l,2,37 Y-Teens 3.
STEINMETZ, MARY: Future Plans - Teaching
College Club 1,27 Drama Club l,2,3i French Club 3: NGIIOFIGI
Honor Society 2,37 Orchestra I7 Senate 37 Star 2,37 Y-Teens l,2,3.
STEPHENSON, JAMES: Future Plans - Law
Monitor 2,37 French Club 37 Red Cross 37 Speech Club 37 Star 3.
STEVENSON, ANDREW7 Future Plans - Army
STEWARD, KATHLEEN7 Future Plans - Business
Business Club 37 Cheerleading l,2,37 Drama Club I7 Monitor 27
STEWART, CHERYLQ Future Plans - Teaching
Drama Club 1,27 Pep Club 'l,37 Speech Club 37 Y-Teens I.
STODDARD, DENNIS7 Future Plans - Army
STODDARD, GILBERT7 Future Plans - Army
STOKES, BARBARA7 Future Plans - Business
Chorus l,2,37 Jazz Club 37 Pep Club 3.
STURDIVANT, ROBERT7 Future Plans - Air Force.
SWANSON, LORINE7 Future Plans - Business
Business Club 37 Cheerleading I7 Monitors l,2,37 Pep Club l,37
SUNSERI RONALD7 Future Plans - Engineering
Band l,2,37 Choir 37 Track l,2,3.
SZYMANOWSKI, MARY ANN7 Future Plans - Business
Business Club 37 Monitor 2,37 Pep Club l,37 Red Cross 37 Senate
27 Y-Teens l,2,3.
TATE, INELL7 Future Plans - Business
Business Club 37 Drama Club 27 Y-Teens 3.
TAYLOR, SANDRA7 Future Plans - Business
Business Club 37 College Club l,27 Drama Club I7 Monitor 37
Twirling l,2,37 Y-Teens l,2,3.
TELEGA, ANTOINETTE7 Future Plans - Business
Business Club 37 Pep Club l,3.
THAYER, DONALDQ Future Plans - Engineering
Basketball l,27 Football I7 Senate 2,3.
THEIL, JAMES7 Future Plans - Accountancy
College Club 2,37 Class Omcer 37 Pep Club 37 Safe Teen Club
2,37 Track I7 Wrestling I.
THEURET, RICHARD7 Future Plans - Business
THIEL, ALVIN: Future Plans - Business
Band 1,27 Cross Country 37 Track 2,37 Vtlrestling 3.
THOMPSON, BRENDA7 Future Plans - Business
Choir l,2,37 Drama Club I7 Jazz Club 37 Pep Club I7 Y-Teens 3.
THOMPSON, DAVID: Future Plans - Air Force
Football l,2,37 Red Cross 3.
THOMPSON, MARSI'IAj Future Plans - leaching
College Club 27 Drama Club 37 French Club 37 Pep Club l,37
Sate Teen Club 2,37 Y-Teens 2,3.
TILLACK, JUDITH7 Future Plans - Business
Bowling 27 College Club 27 Debate Club I7 Pep Club l,37 Speech
Club 37 Y-Teens l,2,3.
TROJANOWSKI, ALLEN7 Future Plans - Air Force
TROTT, JUDITH7 Future Plans - Business
Business Club 37 Drama Club 27 Monitor l,37 Pep Club I,31 Red
Cross l,27 Y-Teens 3.
TUCKER, BARBARA7 Future Plans - Dietician
College Club l,2,37 Drama Club l,27 National Honor Society
2,37 Pep Club I7 Red Cross 2,37 Y-Teens l,2,3.
TWILLIE, CHARLES7 Future Plans - Law
Basketball I7 Glee Club 2,3.
TWILLIE, JESSIE7 Future Plans - Business
Business Club 37 Choir l,27 Drama Club 27 Jazz Club 37 Pep
Club l,37 Y-Teens l,Z3.
VAUGHN, RICHARD7 Future Plans - Marines
VESHECCO, ANNE: Future Plans - Business
College Club 27 Drama Club 27 Pep Club l,37 Red Cross 37
Speech Club 37 Y-Teens l,2,3.
VICKEY, PRISCILLA7 Future Plans - Business
Pep Club I7 Y-Teens 2.
VOLLMER, FRANCIS7 Future Plans - Navy
VORBERGER, JOHN7 Future Plans - Law
Baseball 2,37 Drama Club 3.
VORSE, DAVID7 Future Plans - Air Force
WADLINGER, CARRIE7 Future Plans - Teaching
Bowling I,2,3f Drama Club Qi Monitor 27 Pep Club I,3f Y-Teens I.
WAGNER, MARY ALICE7 Future Plans - Psychology
Monitor 37 Red Cross l,2,37 Y-Teens l,2.
WAHL, JAMESI Future Plans - Business
WALLERSTEIN, LARRYQ Future Plans - Medicine
College Club 2,37 National Honor Society 2,37 Safe Teen Club
2,37 Swimming 2,37 Tennis 2,37 Waterpolo 2,3.
WALZ, LINDA7' Future Plans - Designing
Business Club 37 Drama Club 2,37 Pep Club l,37 Y-Teens l,2,3.
WARNKEN, MICHAEL7 Future Plans - Engineering
Class Ofticer 37 Cross Country 2,37 Drama Club 37 Football I7
Senate l,37 Track 2,37 Wrestling l,2.
WEBER, FRANK1 Future Plans - Medicine
WEBER, JAMES: Future Plans - Engineering
Baseball 37 Jazz Club 37 Safe Teen Club 3.
WEBER, JUDITH7 Future Plans - Teaching
Drama Club I7 Monitor 37 Red Cross I7 Senate'l7 Y-Teens l,2,3.
WEILER, JOHN: Future Plans - Engineering
College Club 37 Safe Teen Club 37 Swimming 37 Waterpolo 3.
WERTHEIM, CLAIRE7 Future Plans - Interior Decorating
WHIPPLE, RICHARD7 Future Plans - Engineering
Class Ofticer I7 Cross Country 2,37 Football I7 National Honor
Society 2,37 Senate I7 Wrestling l,2,3.
WHITLEY, VICTORIA7 Future Plans - Business
WICKERSHAM, SUSAN7 Future Plans - Nursing
Bowling l,2,37 Chorus 27 Monitor 2,37 Y-Teens l,2,3.
WIECZOYEK, MICHAEL7 Future Plans - Marines
Cross Country 27 Track I.
WILLIAMS, FREDDIE7 Future Plans - Business
WILLIAMS, WILLIAM7 Future Plans - Business
WILLIAMS, RITA7 Future Plans - Cosmetology
Bowling l,27 Pep Club 37 Y-Teens l,2,3.
WILSON, CORA: Future Plans - Cosmetology
Bowling l,27 Pep Club 3.
WINKOSKI, EILEEN7 Future Plans - Business
Bowling l,27 Business Club 37 Jazz Club 37 Pep Club I7 Y-Teens I.
WINTER, THOMAS7 Future Plans - Business
Band l,27 Red Cross l,2,3.
WISE, JOYCE ANN7 Future Plans - Business
Drama Club 37 Pep Club l,37 Orchestra l,2,37 Speech Club 37
WISINSKI, ROSALYN7 Future Plans - Business
Business Club 37 Pep Club l,37 Y-Teens 2.
WITT, JAMES1 Future Plans - Marines
Glee Club 3.
WOLFE, DONNA7 Future Plans - Nursing
WOOD, MARIANQ Future Plans - Business
WOYICKI, KATHLEEN7 Future Plans - Cosmetology
Business Club 37 Pep Club 3.
YOCHIM, ROBERT: Future Plans - Air Force
YOUNG, PAULA7 Future Plans - Teaching
Pep Club 37 Senate l,27 Y-Teens l,2.
ZIELEWSKI, LINDA7 Future Plans - Business
Monitor 37 Twirling l,27 Y-Teens I.
ZIELEWSKI, MARGARET7 Future Plans - Business
Pep Club I.
ZILI., ROBERT: Future Plans - Navy
ZILL, WILLIAM7 Future Plans - Navy
ZIMMER, BRIAN7 Future Plans - Business
ZIPPER, CARL7 Future Plans - Biology
Band l,2,37 Drama Club 2,37 Jazz Club 27 Orchestra 2,37 Senate
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Abbate's Food Market
Adams Br Streuber Co.
Paul T. Allen Insurance Co.
Allshouse Business Forms
American Hollow Boring Co.
American Sterilizer Company
American Television Electronic School
Mickey Anderson Amusement Company
Armour 8. Company
Arrow Drug Stores
Arrow Tool 81 Mfg. Co.
Atlas Construction Company
lsaac Baker 81 Son
Baldwin Bros., lnc.
Evie 81 Dick Barker Snack House
Dr. 81 Mrs. Lloyd R. Bashaw
A. M. Bauman Carpet 81 Furn. Cleaners
Baumbach 81 Gaimish, Realtors
Bay City Forge Co.
J. Spafford Becker
Beckwith Machinery Company
J.H. Bennett Storage 81 Cartin
Berry's Bowling Auditorium
Emil Beyer Jewelers
Geo. A. Blair Painting Co.
The Hon. C. Arthur Blass
R. C. Bloomstine Agency
Blossey's Tuxedo Rental
Blue Ribbon Recreation lnc.
Dr. 81 Mrs. George P. Bohlender
Boldt Machinery 81 Tools
Boyd Welding Company
Richard F. Brabender, Atty. at Law
J. F. Brittain, Inc.
Brown Brothers 81 Sons
John Brown Flower Shop
Brown-Jones "Rexall Drug Stores"
Geo. Brown-Mutual Specialty Co.
Bungalow Park Grocery-Meats
Burnham Lumber Company
Donald C. Burton Inc. 4 Funeral Home
Carpenter Electric Supply, Inc.
Church 84 Murdock Electrical Service
Clifton Auto. Screw Machine Prod. Inc.
Coyne Industrial Laundries
Crown Bottling Co., Ed Sparaga
Max Darone, Y.M.C.A.
Dr. K. L. Davis
A. J. DeSantis, M.D.
Edward C. Doll
E. 81 A. Doubet Jewelers
Juliante, Mertens, Juliante, Kelleher,
Dr. J. Raymond McGinley
Bucyrus - Erie Co.
Gertrude Driscoll Shoo
Duggan-Rider Office Supply Co.
Duggan's Service 84 Appliance Co.
Dr. 8. Mrs. George J.'Dusckas
Electric Equipment Company
Max Elbaum iBelton Hearing Aid Centerl
Erie Window Glass Company
Epp Furniture Company
Erie Book Store
Erie Business Center
Erie Ceramic Arts Company
Erie Business Machines - Rex Rotary
Erie City Iron Works
English, Gilson, Bowler, Shamp, Levin,
Erie City Manufacturing Co.
Erie Coco-Cola Bottling Co.
Erie Chair 8g Dish Rental-Sales
Erie Commercial School
Erie County Health 84 Tuberculosis Assoc.
Erie Dairyland Inc.
Erie Dry Goods Company
Erie East Pharmacy
Erie Forge 81 Steel Corporation
Erie Foundry Company
Erie Industrial Supply Co.
Erie Insurance Exchange
Erie Laundry Company
Erie Mantel 8- Tile Company, lnc.
Erie Marine Supply Company
Erie Paint Company
Erie Plating Company
Erie Resistor Corporation
Erie Sports Store
Erie Steel Products Co.
Erie Storm Seal Company
Erie Tool Works
Erie Trucking Company
Erie Typewriter Co. - W. H. Stockdale
Larry R. Fabrizi, Alderman
Enoch C. Filer
Firch's Sunbeam Bread
First Federal Savings 81 Loan Assoc. of Erie
Foresters Beneficial Association
Forsythe Engraving Service
Fraternal Order of Police, Haas Lodge
Freiberg Barrel Company
A Friend lFour of thesel
Jack Frost Donuts
Gardner 81 Faulhaber, Paints 84 Wall
Dr. 81 Mrs. Carl F. Geigle
General Contractors Supply of Erie
Gibbens Insurance Company
Gfillespie Machine .81 Tool Co.
M. Fletcher Gornall, Atty. at Law
W. T. Grant Company
Greyhound Van Lines, lnc.
U. S. Naval Reserve Battalion 4-5
John A. Grade - Florist
Grise Film Library
Gustafson Optical Company
Hagan Business Machines
Wm. Hagenlocher 8- Co., Real Estate
C. Francis Hagerty, City Treasurer
Haibach Brothers, Meats
The Halle Bros. Co.
The Hamilton Lumber Company
Hammermill Paper Company
James Hanes, Atty. at Law
J. Hartline 8r Sons, Sheet Metal-Roofing
Henneous Motor Express
Henri, Hair Fashion Studio
Hess Bros. Optical Company '
Heyl Physicians Supply Co.
E. R. Hoffman Optical Supply Company
Peter Hoffman 81 Son
Alderman James T. Hogan
The Home Restaurant
House of Flowers
Jarecki's Jewelers 81 Silversmiths, lnc.
Walter L. Jewell, D.D.S.
Johnson 81 Flick Tire Service
Johnson, Horrigan, 81 Yaple
Johnston Camera Repair
Dr. Thomas S. Kaldhof, Twinbrook Nursing
Tom Karle's Varsity Shop
E. E. Kemble, M. D.
Lyman N. Kemp, Kemp Mfg. Co.
Dr. S. L. Kerr
Emil Kesselring Agency, lnsurance
Keystone Coat, Apron, Towel Supply Co.
Kemmel Printing 81 Rubber Stamps
Klein Plating Works
Francis V. Kloecker Funeral Home
William F. Kochis, Contractor
Oliver Kokko Locks 84 Key Service
Kraus Electric Company
The Ladies Catholic Benevolent Association
Lakes Electric Construction Co.
Lakes Engineering Company
Fred W. Lamberton, Co. Commissioner
The Lawrence Hotel
Dr. R. E. Leitenberger
Edward M. Lillis
A little bit of Sweden
Robert L. Loeb, M. D.
Lord Manufacturing Company
Charles L. Lovercheck, Atty. at Law
Lynch Camera, lnc.
Mac-Erie Manufacturing Co., lnc.
Mr, 81 Mrs. Jackson D. Magenau
Magay Optical Company
The Manufacturers Association
Marathon Electric Mfg. Cor.
Louis Marx Co., lnc. of Penna.
The Hon. Harvey D. McClure
McDonald's Carry-Out Restaurants
William J. McDougall, D. D. S.
McKnight Business Service of Erie
McNelis, McNelis, Attys. at Law
l. D. McQuistion Co., lnsurance
Mehler's Custom Tailored Clothing
John C. Melzer Funeral Home
Edward E. Mercier, M. D.
General Parcel Service
PAT RON LIST
John P. Messina, Plastering Contractor
Michael's Tool Grinding Company
Milano Construction Company
Miller 81 Fish, Realtors
Modern Screw Machine Products, lnc.
Melvin W. Modisher, M.D.
Munn's Furniture 84 Appliances
G. C. Murphy Company
Mark Murphy, Realtor
Alice Sims Nagle
V. T. Narus, M. D.
Rt. Rev. Wilfred J. Nash, Gannon College
Nelson, Goldburg, 81 Heidt, Architects
Niagara Plastics Company
S. E. Nichols
Norb's Welding Shop
R. E. North, lndust. Heating - Piping
Nosco Plastics, lnc.
Osiecki Music Company
Pal Prescription Pharmacy
Palace Hardware Company
Atty. 81 Mrs. Michael M. Palmisano
The Parson Studio of Photography
Dr. 81 Mrs. William H. Parsons
Penna. Driving School, E. N. Hreha
Pennsylvania Gas Company
Perry Plastics, lnc.
The Honorable Julian Polaski
Drs. Carl P. 81 Matt W. Pommer
Potratz Floral Shop
Presque Isle Boiler Repair
Presque Isle Paper Products, lnc.
Presque lsle Plastics, lnc.
Priscilla's Charcoal Pit
Products Finishing, lnc.
Frank B. Quinn, Atty. at Law
Reed Manufacturing Company
Reliable Home Furnishing Company
Reliable Tailors 81 Dry Cleaners
Rhodes Auto Service
The Rich Greene Company
R. J. Ricklolf, M. D.
Ralph R. Riehl Jr., Realtor
Rinderlee Electric Suppliers 81 Contrs.
The Hon. Judge 8- Mrs. Samuel J. Roberts
Robie Meat Packers, lnc.
The Robinson Agency, Insurance
Rola Bottling Company
Alfred T. Roos, M. D.
P. B. Root Co., Investment - Securities
Alderman Samuel U. Rossiter
Roth Motors, lnc.
Russian C. Y. S. Club
Louis J. Rzymek, Co. Commissioner
Sacred Heart Ushers Society, lnc.
Sanitary Farms Dairy, lnc.
Sanner Office Supply Company
Atty. Richard V. Scorpitti
Chester A. Schaal
Leo Schlaudecker Company
Atty. Louis Schlesinger
Schluraff Floral Company
John V. Schultz Co.
Arfax Camera Service
Scobell Company, Elevators
Seelar 8t Company Elevators
Harry W. Sell, Heating-Sewer Cleaning
Mr. 8- Mrs. R. E. Sevin
Seymours Jewelry Co.
Dr. R. W. Shepard
Samuel H. Shepard, lnsurance
E. W. Sheridan Agency, lnsurance
The Sims Company, lnc.
Dr. 84 Mrs. V. V. Sivak
Skinner Engine Company
Michael Skovron, M. D.
Slovak National Club
A. O. Smith Corporation
W. E. Smith 81 Sons, Motors
Smith Welfare Association
B. Leonard Snider, M. D.
Dr. Cameron F. Snider, D. D. S.
Sontheimer Bakery i56l W 315
Al Spelta, Tuxedo Rental
The State Street Food Markey
Dr. Gilbert A. Steg
Fred Steger's Business Machines
Strand Construction Co.
Thom. Suddorth 81 Son, Asphalt Paving
Tanner, James, 8 Colwell, lnsurance
Tanner Manufacturing Company
John W. Taylor Funeral Home
Tellers Organ Company
James Thomas, Jeweler
Thompson Manufacturing Co., lnc.
Dr. Ralph M. Tidd
The Times Publishing Co.
Trasks-Downtown - Plaza
John B. Treadway, M. D.
Triangle Tool Company
U. E. Local 506 iThe Union for G
Uniflow Manufacturing Company
Union Iron Works
Union Pattern Works
United Rlubber Workers, Local 6l
Urick Foundry Company
L. B. Utterback, Acme Engineers
Neal D. VanMarter, M. D.
Mrs. Arthur C. Vicary
Villa Maria College for Women
Dr. 81 Mrs. Lawrence D. Vollmer
Voss Bros., l.G.A. Foodliner
Dr. James F. Walker
Wm. E. Walker iEbco Industrial Parkl
Dr. W. S. Wallace
W. B. Washabaugh, M.D.
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Western Provision Markets
White 81 Rupert Realty Co.
The Hon. Charles B. Will'iamson, Mayor
Mr. 81 Mrs. Norman W. Wilson
Yaple's Dairy, lnc.
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Yellow Cab Co.
Francis J. Yorio, lnsurance
Zilch Real Estate Agency
Zink Dry Cleaners 81 Laundry, lnc.
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