Akron Central School - Akronite Yearbook (Akron, NY)
- Class of 1966
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Text from Pages 1 - 128 of the 1966 volume:
presented by the JOURNALISM CLASS
AKRON CENTRAL SCHOOL
AKRON, NEW YORK
Editor-in-Chief KAREN STAEBELL
Editors .JOSEPH BORDONARO LYNNE KRAATZ
LAURA CUMMINGS SYLVIA SCHALLER
ALICE DE Toms TERRI STONE
THOMAS IIERSEE KATHY WEAVER
SHARON KLINGELSMITH JANET YOLSEY
Not a school in fact or fancy
With Akron can We compare
May her glory go on climbingg
May her days be fair,
For the mem'ries that we'll c
We'1l always wish to be back.
And Where e'er we go, we'll n'er forget
Her orange and her black.
By the Music Theory Class of 1951
Another year has passeckall tgoguiqkllfol UQ - W
staff of the 1966 Akronite. As seniors, we wanted
something which we-as Well as others-could open
for memories. It is with pride we present to you this
book with the earnest hope that we have created
such a memory.
We would like to thank the administration, fac-
ulty, and all others who helped our effort. In addi-
tion, we would like to thank the businessmen and
patrons whose support was necessary to make our
TABLE OF CONTENTS
and Faculty ..... ...................
Senior Section..... ..
First row: Mr. Richard Forrestel, Mrs., Louise Harrington, Mn Henry Weiler Second
row: Mr.. Arthur Charles, Mr., Roger Kraatz, Mr. Norman Schleef
Mrs. Lillian Laese
Mr. Vincent Espersen
Mr. Albert Lucia
Mr. Harold johnson
jr.-Sr. High School
Mr. Edward Allen
In publishing our yearbook we feel Mr. Allen deserves notable
recognition. On june 30, 1966 he will have completed twenty-
five years of dedicated service as supervising-principal of ACS,
and has been a strong influence in the educational advancement
of our area.
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Mr. Baker, Mr. Babel, Mr. Bates
Mr. Pixley, Mr. Thayer, Mr
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First row: Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Law-
rence, Mrs. Swiniarski, Mrs. De-
Simone, Mr. Blish, Mrs. Strong.
First row: Mrs. Falsioni, Mrs.
Kyser, Mrs. Lowder, Mrs. Swin-
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vel, Mrs. Abraham. Second row:
Mrs. Wolak, Mrs. Wyder, Mrs.
Halecki, Mrs. Porter, Mrs. Lutz,
Miss Grisanti, Mrs. Eldred, Mrs.
Zola, Mrs. Leavitt, Mrs. Riggio,
Mrs. Abraham, Mrs. Lippert,
As people travel the path of life, they realize that education is a basic requi-
site for happiness and success. To give the citizens of tomorrow such a rich, full
education is the goal of Mr. Arthur B. George, our Senior English teacher and class
advisor. From the time of his arrival here as a teacher in 1961, he has been a con-
tinual source of inspiration and enthusiasm to his students.
After graduating from Monroe High School in Rochester, New York, Mr. George
received his Bachelor's Degree from Geneseo State Teachers College, and he has
attended the State University of New York at Buffalo for post-graduate work. Be-
fore coming to Akron, he taught at Churchville-Chili Central School.
We the Senior Class of 1966, deem it an honor to dedicate our Akronite to Mr.
George as a tribute to a fine teacher.
As President of the Class of '66 for two consecutive years,
"Weav" has been a very busy girl. She participated in sports and
musical activities as well as being Copy Editor of the yearbook.
Her future plans include college as a math major.
ALICE DE YOUNG
Alice was never without a busy moment in her high school years.
Her interests were very diversified, including journalism, sports
and music groups, and Vice-Presidency of the Class. Next fall
she intends to enter college as a science major.
A petite member of our class, Laura participated in choral groups,
Hi-Y, was Assistant Editor of the yearbook, and Secretary of the
Senior Class. Her future plans include college with a major in
elementary and early secondary education.
Nancy has proven herself a leader by being elected twice as an
officer of her class. She was active in athletic events as a cheer-
leader and as a member of the girls' athletic teams. After gradua-
tion Nancy plans to enroll in college for a dental hygienist pro-
MARGARET ANDERSON 7
One of our quiet seniors, Margaret was active in the hockey club
and orchestra. Her main interest is Early English History, and
and she has chosen this for her major in college.
Mischievous and fun-loving are words that describe Flora. Her
activities include Senior Girls' Glee Club, intramurals, and March-
ing Band. The future to Flora is one big exciting question.
Lynn was with us only two years, yet she was very much a part
of our class. She was active in Senior Girls' Glee Club and was
President of Hi-Y. Lynn's future plans include working for an air-
Jean was the quiet girl with the shy smile. She was active in FHA
and the Library Club. Although Jean's plans are undecided, she
will graduate as a business major.
This serious but alert senior was always ready to pitch in when
it came to getting a job done. During her high school years she
was active in Senior Girls' Glee Club and Poster Club. She is un-
decided as to whether she wants to go to business school or ob-
tain a secretarial job after graduation.
Cathy, quiet but ever-smiling, was most active in sports. She was
a member of the National Honor Society and plans to attend Bry-
ant 8L Stratton after graduation.
Bob was one of the more humorous members of the senior class.
He participated in many music and sports activities. Bob is un-
decided about his future.
Sandy was an active member of Future Homemakers and Library
Club. She is undecided in her plans for the future.
This shy but friendly senior was most likely to be found working
at the Coachman's Inn. Throughout school, Tom has taken an ag- N
ricultural course and plans to work after graduation.
Throughout school, Jim participated in sports-his favorite being
track. Although his plans are undecided, his talents lean toward
the field of art.
Wendell was one of the scientific-minded boys of our class. A
member of the National Honor Society, he was also active in the
Science Club, Chess Club, and wrestling. He plans to attend col-
lege as a physics major.
As well as having a sense of humor, Allan was one of the more
athletic members of our class. He plans to join the Army and be-
come an electrician after graduation.
One of our more studious seniors, Dick was a member of the Na-
tional Honor Society. He also participated in Science Club, wres-
tling, and Student Council, Dick's future plans include college
with a major in either science or engineering.
An outstanding member of our class, Henrietta was chosen to rep-
resent the U.S. as an A.F.S. exchange student in Bremen, Ger-
many. She was active in various clubs, Student Council, Student
Court, and Honor Society. Upon graduation, Henrietta plans to
major in international relations.
David, one of our more studious and quiet seniors, enjoyed the
challenge of school. He plans to go on to college with majors in
math and science.
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egy. joe plans to attend college in New York City with majors in
journalism and drama.
A good athlete, joe helped bring the Akron Tigers their first Ni-
agara-Orleans football championship with fine quarterback strat-
An athletic girl in the senior class, she was active in intra-
murals, hockey, basketball, track, and swimming. Ginny plans to
work as a secretary after graduation.
One of our quieter seniors, Stephen was a member of Poster Club
while in high school. After graduation, Steve wants to enter col-
lege for engineering.
Maynard, who always had a hello for everyone, has been active
throughout school in the science clubs. His future plans include
college with a major in science.
Tom, better known to his classmates as Danny, will always be
remembered for his friendly smile and wild sense of humor. After
graduation, Danny intends to enter college in a forestry program.
And what did you give me for Christmas?"
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When Greg was wanted, he could usually be found hovering over
the engine of his car. During his high school years, he was active
in the Model Club and Industrial Arts C1ub.If Greg doesn't further
his knowledge of mechanical drawing,he intends to join the Navy.
Nancy was one of the more effervescent members of our class.
Hi-Y, Senior Girls' Glee Club, journalism, and Student Council
were among her many activities. She hopes to become a medical
Mary, one of the newer members of the class, came to Akron at
the beginning of her junior year. Mary has participated in Poster
Club and Future Homemakers of America. As yet, Mary is unde-
cided about her future plans.
BENJAMIN DE YOUNG, III
Ben, known to his classmates as "Sword", added fun to his classes
and was always on the go. This athletically minded student was a
member of the Journalism Class. After graduation, he hopes to enter
into a partnership with his father.
Brian played saxophone for three years in the Senior Band. He
also was busy helping in the Secondary Office. Brian plans on
going to Bryant 81. Stratton for a bookkeeping major.
If you ever needed a corridor pass, "Blondie" was the one to see,
pated in musical groups in the school.
Kathy, though sometimes shy, was a strong supporter of school
activities. She was a member of Senior Girls' Glee Club, journal-
ism, and Hi-Y. Her future plans are undecided.
Mary has worked in the Clinic because she wants to become a
practical Nurse. Although going to Harkness Center kept her busy
she still found time for such activities as FHA and hockey.
since she was a member of the Office Staff. Marilyn also partici-
Sandy, a quiet, hard working senior, has concentrated on business
for her major. With this knowledge, she hopes to get a secretarial
job in a small office after graduation.
Joyce was a quiet senior and always willing to lend a helping
hand. Her activities included Varsity Chorale, Senior Girls' Glee
Club, Journalism, and being the accompanist for Senior Boys' Glee ...gk
Club. Joyce plans to attend Geneseo in preparation for the teach-
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Gail's friendly personality and cheerful smile made her well known
by all. She was one of the more active members of our class, par-
ticipating in class and school activities, choral groups, Student
Council, and Journalism. Gail hopes to become an assistant vet-
Not quiet, yet reserved, was Dave. Besides being active in choral
groups, sports, and Journalism, Dave gave a helping hand to class
projects. He intends to enroll at State University of New York at
Buffalo to further his business education.
Varsity football and track will be losing a steady performer when
Jerry graduates. He is undecided about what he will do next year.
This senior,better known as Kathy, is interested in anything that
has to do with business. Her activities include Intramurals and
Student Council. In her senior year, Kathy worked in the Guidance
Office. Her future plans include either a business or a data pro-
Tom, always interested in vocal music, was a spirited debater in
class. As Photography Editor of the Akronite, Tom has been very
busy this past year. He would like to go to Geneseo to major in 'K
JOHN HART, III
One of the quieter members of our class, john was a member of the
Future Farmers of America and the Wrestling Team. His future
plans are undecided.
Linda was one of our petite seniors. She has been quite active in
the music department. Her future plans of nursing are indicated
by her participation in Future Nurses Club and Biology Club.
Dale moved here from Kenmore in her sophomore year. She has
taken a business course at Akron and plans to attend a business
school for data processing.
Sylvia, more commonly known as "Butch", was a bright shining
addition to our class. She came to Akron from Pennsylvania
shortly after the beginning of her junior year. Her future plans
are to become an airline stewardess.
A bright, cheerful smile was a sign of her friendly personality.
Peg, a most active senior participated in Hi-Y, Varsity Chorale,
Journalism, and Monitors. She plans to work after graduation.
Marcia, better known as Marcie", was one of the more cheerful
and lively seniors. Marcie enjoys skiing, listening to folk music,
and playing the guitar. After graduation she plans to attend col-
lege and major in journalism.
A participant in many musical groups such as Varsity Chorale and
Senior Band throughout her high school years, Elsa intends to go on
to college with a majorin executive secretarial studies and account-
Bob proved that studying can be fun. This alert senior was a
member of Student Council, Science Club, choral groups, and var-
sity sports. He plans to major in Biochemistry at University of
California at Berkeley.
Marge, a prospective practical nurse, attended Harkness Center
during her senior year. She was active in Senior Girls' Glee Club,
Poster Club, and Future Homemakers of America.
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Sharon was one of the perpetually smiling seniors. While being
active in Senior Girls' Glee Club, Senior Band, and many other
activities, she still found time to be a top scholar. After gradua-
tion she plans to attend college for a course in secondary educa-
tion for history or math.
A football player for three years, Lou also took part in Model
Club, Industrial Arts Club, and Senior Band. His future plans are
Lyn, who always had a smile for all, has participated in many
activities throughout her high school years: Hi-Y, Student Court,
musical groups, and Journalism as Literary Editor of the Akron-
ite. Lyn wants to attend college for a BS in nursing.
During his high school years, "jackie", quiet and industrious
participated in the Model Club. His future plans are undecided
One of the more athletically inclined seniors, Bob has participated
in track, wrestling, cross country, and Boys' Intramurals. Bob plans
to enlist in the Navy after graduation.
With us only two years, Betty's outgoing personality made her a
welcome addition. She participated in sports as well as Varsity
Chorale. Next year Betty will begin a nursing career.
Her shining personality made Helen a friend to everyone. Active
in many musical groups and with a major role in L'il Abner and
Finian's Rainbow, Helen has also been an officer of her class
and princess of the prom. Naturally, Helen is planning to major
in music at college.
Mark was one of our most active seniors. He was a member of the
football, baseball, and swimming teams, and also was active in
class and school activities. Mark hopes to attend Plattsburgh State
University for a secondary math major.
Joyce was known for her friendly personality and eccentric sense
of humor. Participation in Senior Girls' Glee Club, Ticket Sellers,
Band, and Hi-Y kept her on the go. joyce's future plans include
college as a business major.
Marilyn is a quiet, but efficient girl who has been an active member
of the Freshman Chorale, Senior Girls' Glee Club, Poster Club,
and Biology Club. In the future she would like to attend either a
business school or junior college for a secretarial course. ,
Bob will always be remembered for his artistic ability. He has
participated in swimming, Model Club, Biology Club, and was a
member of the Student Council Cabinet. After graduation, Bob plans
to attend college and major in art.
One was most likely to find this petite senior cheering at football
and basketball games. Betty has been very active in school in
choral and athletic groups. She intends to become a medical office
'T assistant after completing college.
After graduation, Debbie hopes to take advantage of her course in
Cosmetology at Harkness Center. We are sure she will be a success
as a beautician.
Kenny, a prominent drummer in the Senior Band, was active in foot-
ball, baseball, Senior Boys' Intramurals, and Science Club. After
graduation, he plans to enroll in college for an engineering pro-
Although Roger moved to Maine during his senior year at ACS, he
has not been forgotten. Roger represented Akron as a two-miler on
the track team.
Kay's warm smile and friendly personality made her popular with
her classmates. She attended a number of schools before coming to
Akron for her junior and senior years. She's undecided about her
Vivacious and fun-loving are adjectives to describe Paulette. Be-
sides being active in Hi-Y, sports, choral groups, and journalism,
Paulette was a cheerleader. Her future plans include attending
college to become a medical office assistant.
Carol's ready smile and friendly attitude made her known to all.
She participated in Senior Girls' Intramurals, Hi-Y, and Varsity
Chorale. After graduation, Carol plans to enter college for a sec-
Judy was one of the artistic members of our Senior Class. She
readily participated in Varsity Chorale, Senior Girls' Glee Club,
and Poster Club. She plans an art major in college.
Although Bob has only been here a year, his cheerful smile has
won him many friends. He will long be remembered as one of the
best kickers Akron's football team ever had. After graduation he
plans on attending a college in Italy.
REBECCA IVIC LEOD
"Becky", has been a member of many clubs plus Varsity Chorale
and Girls' Intramurals. Her plans for the future center around a
We'll remember this carefree individualist for her fun-loving ways
and sense of humor. "Lin" has participated in various sports, mu-
sic and art activities. This year she was busy with a practical
nursing course which she'll continue after she graduates.
Along with Industrial Arts, Brian was active in the Senior Band
and the Model Club. Brian could be found working with the stage
crew quite often. Upon graduation, Brian wants to join the Air
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Diane is well-known for her friendliness and willingness to serve
whenever needed. Her interest is centered around dramatics and
journalism. Diane plans to major in elementary education, coupled
with a minor in dramatics.
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"Newk" was an athletically inclined student, and our championship
football team took up a lot of "Newk's" time. His future plans in-
clude college with a major in mathematics.
Lee's major interest is agriculture in which he has won state-wide
recognition. After graduation, Lee will continue in agriculture.
John has been most active in cross country, track, and FFA. He is
well known for his friendly, good natured personality. john's plans
are not settled.
Better known as "Pinky", Marv was always friendly and willing to
lend a helping hand. It was seldom that this good-natured boy
wasn't smiling. His future plans are undecided.
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An asset to the drum sect1on Ken was a member of the Senior
Band throughout high school Ken also participated in Future
Farmers of America and was a member of the stage crew and the
swimming team After graduation Ken thinks that perhaps he will
enlist in the Air Force
One of our more sports minded seniors, Karen has contributed much
to our athletic department. During her high school years, she was
most active in Hockey and Intramurals. Upon completion of high
school, Karen is undecided as to whether she should enroll at IBM
school or go into the service.
This tall senior, known for his interest in the automobile field,
was a faithful member of the model club. Neal plans to join the
Army after completing his education.
The area ski slopes are a favorite attraction for Sue. She enjoys
sports of all kinds but her favorite is skiing. Her extra activities
were intramurals, basketball, and track, Her future plans include
Colette, a quiet, pleasant girl, was active in band and monitors.
She plans to become a secretary upon graduation.
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Quiet is hardly the word to describe Greg. He will be remembered l
as a lively addition to our class-full of fun and frolic. Attending
ECTI for Industrial Arts is one of Greg's future plans.
Denny, an FFA leader, has participated in Varsity Chorale during
high school. At the present time Denny plans to work after gradua-
Bill belonged to many organizations: musical groups, sports, and
science clubs. He was a fun-loving senior whose future plans in-
clude college as a math major.
Not so quiet, Sylvia was a member of the Senior Band, Future
Homemakers, Senior Girls' Intramurals, Clinic Staff, and Yorker
Club during high school. Upon graduating in june, Sylvia plans to
find a job.
Pat was an energetic senior who has been active in Varsity Chor-
ale, Senior Girls' Glee Club, Monitors, and girls' sports. She was
also a Senior Class Representative and active in the journalism
Class. She plans to be an airline receptionist.
Not outspoken, Paul was active in Yorkers and Industrial Arts. He
was also Vice President of the Model Club. After graduation, Paul
plans to work.
President of the Student Council in his senior year, this dynamic
boy also participated in many other school activities. Dave was
editor of the "Tymes '66", a member of the International Club, Var-
sity Chorale, and Student Court. His future plans include attending
college as a history major.
Harriet was responsible for Akron's twirlers receiving top honors
in state competition. Upon graduation, "Sam', would like to be a
beautician and later go into barbering.
Bruce was friendly and full of fun. He was active in wrestling, in-
tramurals, and Industrial Arts. Although Bruce likes to work on
cars, his future is undecided.
Jim, having taken a business course, is planning to work after
graduation. He was an active member of the Art Club for three
Mike has been an active member of the Model Club throughout his
high school years. After graduation, he would like to study tool
and dye making at Erie County Tech.
If anything ever needed doing, here was the girl for the job. Joan,
a competent worker, also found time to participate in Varsity Chor-
ale, Nurses Club, and the Biology Club. Becoming a registered
nurse is her future plan.
"Stabe", an energetic and fun-loving girl, has been active in both
music activities and sports. As captain of the cheerleading squad
and Editor of the Akronite, she has been kept busy. Karen plans on
going to a business school after graduation.
We missed fun-loving Mary during the first part of our senior year.
A member of the Hi-Y, Journalism, and Varsity Chorale, she was
also active in sports. After graduation, Mary plans on becoming a
One of the more creative members of our class, Terri was always
a main factor in the success of our class functions. She was inter-
ested in musical activities and Journalism as Well as being a good
student. Terri plans on attending college to study Fashion Buying
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Doug, an active member of the Industrial Arts Club, also played in
the Senior Band and Orchestra for four years. After graduation, he
wants to go to college as a liberal arts major.
Annette has been a participant of almost every girl's sport through-
out her high school years. She has also been a cheerleader for two
years. After graduation, Annette plans to become a medical secre-
joe, who was an enthusiastic car fan, was often found in Auto Me-
chanics. Attending Harkness Center helped him prepare for his fu-
Here's an active athletic girl who also is busy in art activities.
"Eenie" has also been in Student Council and Hi-Y. Her future
plans are to attend the National School of Aeronautics in Kansas
City, Missouri, for stewardess training.
An ambitious senior who has been an active member of the orches-
tra, Biology Club, and was Assistant Editor of "Tymes '66", "Mag-
gie" is also a member of the Honor Society. After graduation, she
wants to become a language teacher.
Diane was a member of Hockey Club and Synchronized Swimming
for four years. She also was in Senior Girls' Glee Club. After grad-
uation, Diane plans on college to become a physical education
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Terry has participated in sports throughout his high school years,
his favorite being football. His future plans are to enter the ser-
In his early high school years, john was a member of Freshman
Chorale and Biology Club. He also worked at a gas station in his
senior year. John's future plans are undecided.
Duane played baseball and also was a member of the cross country
team in his high school years.His future plans are to work or enter
For the past four years, "lVIalhoon" has participated in football,
basketball, track, and intramurals. ln 9th grade he was a member
of the Freshman Chorale. In the future, Mahlon plans to enter the
Ken, an Industrial Arts major, is planning on working through the
summer after graduation. In October he wants to join the service.
Carolyn's outgoing personality made it easy for her to make friends
She was active in intramurals and Senior Girls' Glee Club. Her fu-
ture college plans are undecided.
Tom has been a member of the Future Farmers of America and the
Science Club. After graduation, he wants to study Aeronautical
Engineering to become an airline pilot.
janet, along with being a good student,has participated in musical
groups, Student Council, and was Layout Editor of the Akronite.
She plans on going to college, majoring in elementary education.
Tony was an officer of the Student Organization for two years. He
also participated in many music activities and was a member of
the National Honor Society. Tony plans on attending college as a
Throughout her high school years, Kathy has been a member of mu-
sic groups, Poster Club, and Biology Club. After graduation, she
Wants to become a nurse,
I would like to write something about this, my big year in
the United States. It was a great experience for meg a new people,
a new language, and a new way of living.
It really was a little difficult the first time, but I had three
things that made everything become wonderful and easier after
awhile. These were: all the members of the school, all the people
of my community, and over-all, my family. Every day and every
hour I had smiles and signs of friendliness in front of meg it is
impossible to forget such things.
My biggest experience in the United States was given me by
the American school. It was just wonderful, very interesting sub-
jects, communication with teachers, and the real spirit of school.
One thing that was new for me was the help of the guidance of-
My year is now going to be over and I am really afraid when
I think I will have to go back home to Italy. I will have to leave
friends, things that follow me all during the year and became a
part of myself.
One thing comforts meg this is the hope that someday I will
have the chance to come back to America again and say, "Hi!"
Bob's father, Benvenuto Mazzi is proprietor of a store specializing in motorcycles and
bicyclesg his brother Franco, 12, is a 7th grader and hopes to become an engineerg and
his mother, Anna, is kept busy being a homemaker and mother.
This year Akron was fortunate to have Roberto Mazzi as its foreign exchange
Bob arrived in Akron on August 12, 1965 from his hometown-La Spezia, Italy.
La Spezia stands at the head of the Ligurian Gulf with its beautiful gardens and
its seaside promenade-the end really of the Riviera Levante. He made his home
with the Michael George family of Colony Place and in doing so, became an inte-
gral part of our community. At first Bob was confronted by a language barrier, but
he went outlof his Way to become a part of the American patterns that surrounded
Bob's classmates enjoyed his subtle wit and many of them had their horizons
widened by his outstanding intellect.
Unyielding in his determination to excel, Bob had been an enthusiastic AFS
student and he will long be remembered and missed by all who knew him.
ANDERSON, MARGARET: Freshman Chorale C155 Chess
Club C1,255 Biology Club C2,355 Orchestra Cl,2,3,455
Baroque Trio C3,455 Hockey Club C45
BABEL, FLORA: Intramurals C1,2,455 Sr. Girls Glee
Club C2,355 Freshman Chorale C155 FHA Cl,255 Marching
BABIARZ, LYNN: Sr. Girls Glee Club C355 Monitors Cl,
355 Hi-Y C3,45 president C455 Orchestra C155 Aberdeen
High School, Maryland C25
BAKER, JEAN: FHA Cl,2,3,45 vice-president C455 Library
Club C2,3,45 vice-president C355 Poster Club C2,355 Baton
BAKER, KAREN: Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,3,455 Sr. High
Poster Club C1,2,3,455 Freshman Chorale C15
BALCH, CATHERINE: Sr. High Intramurals C1,2,3,455
Synchronized Swimming C2,355 Hockey Club Cl,2,355 Track
Cl,2,355 Basketball C255 Volleyball C255 Softball C1,255
Library Club C455 Honor Society C3,45
BALL, ROBERT: Varsity Chorale C2,3,455 Football Cl,
2,355 Basketball C255 Baseball Cl,255 Intramurals Cl,2,3,
455 Science Club C455 Li'l Abner C255 Freshman Chorale
BARTLETT, SANDRA: Library Club C2,3,45 president
C355 FHA C2,3,45 president C45 historian C355 Student
Council Representative C355 Poster Club Cl,255 Clinic
BARTRAM, THOMAS: Football C1,255 FFA Cl,2,3,455
BATTAGLIA, JAMES: Wrestling C255 Track Cl,2,3,455
Cross-Country C3,455 Swimming C45
BISHOP, WENDELL: Freshman Chorale C155 Varsity
Chorale C2,3,455 Senior Band C1,255 Orchestra C1,255 Stu-
dent Council C355 Biology Club C255 Science Club C3,45
treasurer C455 Erie County Choir C355 Allstate Sectionals
C3,455 Wrestling C2,3,455 Chess Club Cl,2,3,45 president
Cl,2,45 secretary C355 Li'l Abner C25
BLACK, ALLAN: Football C1,2,3,455 Baseball C1,2,3,455
BLICKENSDERFER, RICHARD: Wrestling C3,455 Science
Club C3,455 Freshman Chorale C155 Student Council C455
Chess Club C2,3,455 Biology Club C255 Honor Society C3,
BLUEYE, HENRIETTA: Freshman Chorale C155 Student
Council C3,455 Student Court C2,355 Honor Society C3,455
Varsity Chorale C2,3,455 Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,3,455 Or-
chestra Cl,2,3,455 International Club C3,455 All-County
choir C155 All-County Orchestra 'C2,3,455 All-State Or-
chestra Cl,2,3,455 Hockey Club C1,2,355 Intramurals Cl,255
AFS American Abroad to Germany C'64-'655
BORDEN, DAVID: Biology Club Cl,25
BORDONARO, JOSEPH: Baseball C155 Football C1,2,3,
455 Basketball Cl,2,3,455 Track .C355 Intramurals C1,2,3,
455 Freshman Chorale C155 Varsity Chorale C2,3,455 Band
Cl,255 Student Council C455 Journalism C45
BOWER, VIRGINIA: Intramurals C1,3,455 Field Hockey
C3,455 Basketball C3,455 Track Cl,3,455 Synchronized
BRUCKER, STEPHEN: Poster Club C355 Career Club
CARMER, MAYNARD: Chess Club Cl,2,355 Biology Club
C255 Freshman Chorale C15
CARROLL, THOMAS: Intramurals C1,3,455 Swimming Cl,
2,3,455 Track Cl,2,3,455 Science Club C35
CEISNER, GREGORY: Industrial Arts Club C2,3,455
Model ciub Cl,2,3,45 1
CORBETT, NANCY: Student Council C2,355 Sr. Girls
Glee Club C2,3,455 Monitors C1,2,3,455 Intramurals C1,2,
355 Hockey Club Cl,2,355 Hi-Y C3,455 Freshman Chorale
C155 Cheerleader C255 Sharpettes C155 Ticket Seller C455
CUMMINGS, LAURA: Hi-Y C3,45 treasurer C355 Intra-
murals C1,2,3,455 Monitors C1,2,3,455 Varsity Chorale C2,
3,455 Student Council C155 Hockey Club Cl,2,3,455 Erie
County Choir C353 Ticket Sellers Cl,2,355 Li'l Abner C255
Basketball C155 Sharpettes C155 Journalism C455 Assistant-
Editor of Akronite5 Class Treasurer C1,255 Class Secre-
tary C455 Freshman Chorale C15
DENNIS, MARY: Poster Club C3,455 FHA C3,45
DE YOUNG, ALICE: Freshman Chorale C155 Intramurals
C1,2,3,455 Hockey Club Cl,2,3,455 Basketball C1,2,3,455
Syncronized Swimming C1,3,455 Track Cl,2,355 Orchestra
C1,255 Band C1,2,3,455 Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,3,455 Moni-
tors Cl,2,355 Student Court C355 Student Council Cl,355
Li'l Abner C255 Sharpettes C155 Class Vice-President C455
Erie County Band C255 'Ticket Sellers Cl,2,3,455 Journal-
ism C455 Cheerleader C2,355 Volleyball Cl,2,3,455 Tri-
County All-Star Hockey Team C35
DE YOUNG, BENJAMIN: Freshman Chorale C155 Foot-
ball C1,2,455 Intramurals Cl,2,3,455 Basketball C155 Swim-
ming Cl,2,3,455 Journalism C45
DICKINSON, BRIAN: Band C2,3,455 Biology Club C255
Coin Club C355 Secondary Office C45
DRACHENBERG, MARILYN: Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,3,
455 Intramurals C355 Freshman Chorale C155 Band C1,255
FHA C155 Yorker Club C155 Office Staff C45 Marching
DYLAG, KATHLEEN: Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,3,455 Fresh
man Chorale C155 Hi-Y C455 Journalism C45
EDMISTER, ELAINE: Intramurals C1,255 Poster Club C155
Clinic Staff C355 FHA C2,35
EWALD, SANDRA: Freshman Chorale C15
FLINT, JOYCE: Sharpettes C155 Freshman Chorale C155
Accompanist for Freshman Chorale C255 Varsity Chorale
C2,3,455 Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,3,455 Li'l Abner C255
Biology Club C255 Erie County Choir C355 Journalism C45
FOX, GAIL: Freshman Chorale C155 Sr, Girls Glee Club
C2,3,45g Varsity Chorale C2,3,455 Intramurals C155 Biology
Club C2,355 Hi-Y C3,45 Secretary C455 Ticket Sellers C3,455
Jr. Red Cross C2,3,455 Yorker Club C155 Student Council
C455 Li'l Abner C255 Erie County Choir C355 Class Secre-
tary C355 Town Meeting '66 C455 Journalism C45
FREY, DAVID: Freshman Chorale C155 Varsity Chorale
C2,3,45 Biology Club C255 Intramurals C1,2,3,455 Baseball
Cl,255 Basketball C155 Li'l Abner C255 Journalism C45
GEORGE, JEROME: Football Cl,2,3,453 Basketball C153
Track C1,2,3,453 Model Club C153 Intramurals C2,3,45
GLOMB, KATHLEEN: Freshman Chorale C153 Intramurals
C1,2,3,453 Student Council C353 Yorker Club C153 FHA C15
HART, JOHN: FFA Cl,2,3,45Q Wrestling Team C3,45
HERSEE, THOMAS: Freshman Chorale C153 Varsity
Chorale C2,3,453 Yorker Club C153 Class Play C353 FFA
Cl,2,3,453 Journalism C45
HURNE, LINDA: Freshman Chorale C153 Sr. Girls Glee
Club C2,3,453 Varsity Chorale C3,453 Biology Club C2,353
Future Nurse's Club C2,353 Baroque Trio C3,45
JENDRESKY, SYLVIA: Northern Camberia High School
JOHNSON, PEGGY: Intramurals Cl,253 Hockey Club C153
Freshman Chorale C153 Syncronized Swimming C153 Moni-
tors Cl,2,3,453 Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,3,453 Varsity Chor-
ale C2,3,'453 Li'l Abner C253 Student Court C153 Ticket
Seller C1,2,3,45Q All-State Chorale C353 Sharpettes C153
Hi-Y C3,453 Basketball C153 Volleyball C153 Journalism
C453 Class Cabinet C35
JOSLYN, MARCIA: Intramurals Cl,2,3,453 Yorker Club
C153 Biology Club C253 Student Council Cl,253 Monitors
C1,2,3,453 Hi-Y C3,453 Class Play C353 Synchronized
Swimming C153 Journalism C45
KEEHN, ELSA: Yorkers C153 Band Cl,253 Marching Band
C153 Flute Ensemble C153 Freshman Chorale C153 Varsity
Chorale C2,3,453 Orchestra Cl,2,3,453 Biology Club C253
Ticket Sellers C2,3,453 Li'l Abner C253 Student Court
Clerk C453 Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,3,453 Erie County Choir
KENNEY, ROBERT: Football C2,3,453 Wrestling C2,3,453
Intramurals C1,2,3,45Q Freshman Chorale C153 Varsity
Chorale C2,3,453 Li'1 Abner C253 Student Council C2,3,453
Biology Club C253 Science Club 3,455 president C35
KINGSLEY, MARJORY: Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,353 Nurses
Club C2,353 Poster Club C353 Freshman Chorale C153 Clin-
ic Staff C353 FHA C2,35
KLINGELSMITH, SHARON: Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,3,453
Freshman Chorale C153 Biology Club C2,353 Band C1,2,3,
451 HQU01' SOCi9ty C3,453 Journalism C45 Photography
KRAATZ, LOUIS: Football C1,2,35Q Industrial Arts Club
C2,353 Band Cl,2,353 Model Club C2,35
KRAATZ, LYNNE: Hi-Y C3,453'Intramurals Cl,2,353 Band
Cl,2,3,453 Orchestra C153 Future Nurses Club C453 Sr.
Girls Glee Club C2,3,45Q Poster Club C453 Journalism C45
Literary Editor, Akronite C453 Freshman Chorale C153
Cheerleader C253 Student Council C253 Student Court C453
Li'l Abner C253 Hockey Club C153 Monitors Cl,2,353 Sharp-
ettes C153 Jr. Red Cross C153 Basketball C153 Volleyball
KROENING, JACK: Model Club C15
KWANDRANS, ROBERT: Track C1,2,3,453 Wrestling Cl,
2,353 Cross Country Cl,253 Intramurals C1,2,3,45
KWIATKOWSKI, ELIZABETH: Intramurals C3,453 Basket-
ball C3,453 Hockey Club C3,453 Sr. Girls Glee Club C353
All-State Sectionals C453 North Tonawanda High School
LAESE, HELEN: Freshman Chorale C153 Sharpettes C153
Senior Girls Glee Club C2,3,453 Varsity Chorale C2,3,45Q
Li'l Abner C253 Biology Club C253 Intramurals C3,453 Track
C3,453 Class Treasurer C353 Student Council C45
LAURIDSEN, MARK: Football Cl,2,3,453 Swimming Cl,2,
3,45 captain C453 Baseball Cl,253 Intramurals C1,2,3,453
Student Council Jr. Vice-President C353 Class President
C153 Class Vice-President C25
LAWRENCE, JOYCE: Freshman Chorale C153 Yorker
Club C153 Intramurals C1,2,353 Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,3,453
Ticket Sellers C3,453 Hi-Y C3,453 Band C1,2,353 Journal-
LEEDS, MARILYN: Freshman Chorale C153 Sr. Girls
Glee Club C2,3,453 Poster Club Cl,2,3,453 Biology Club
LEWIS, ROBERT: Chess Club C253 Swimming C253 Model
Club C153 Science Club C352 Bioloezv Club C253 Class
Play C353 Student Council Cabinet C453 Journalism C45
LINDKE, BETTY: Cheerleader C1,2,3,453 captain C253
Intramurals C1,2,3,453 Freshman Chorale C153 Sr. Girls
Glee Club C2,3,453 Varsity Chorale C3,453 Future Nurses
Club C253 Hi-Y C3,453 Student Council Cl,353 Student Court
C253 Hockey C153 Volleyball C1,3,453 Synchronized Swim-
ming Cl53 Sharpettes C153 Journalism C45
LINDKE, DEBORAH: FHA C253 Lettering Club C25
LITFIN, KENNETH: Football C1,2,3,453 Baseball C1,2,
35453 Intramurals C2,3,453 Science Club C453. Band C1,2,3,
LORRAINE, KATHLEEN: Sr. Girls Glee Club C3,453
Intramurals C3,453 Alexander High School C153 Alden
LOVE, ROGER: Track C25
MANN, JUDITH: Poster Club C1,2,3,453 Varsity Chorale
C3,453 All-State Choir C453 Intramurals C2,353 Sr. Girls
Glee Club C2,3,453 Freshman Chorale C153 Band Cl,253
Class Play C35
MARTIN, PAULETTE: Cheerleader c2,3,45Q Intramurals
Cl,2,3,45Q Hockey C1,3,453 Basketball C3,453 Volleyball
Cl,3,453 Softball C2,453 Synchronized Swimming C153
Freshman Chorale C153 Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,3,453 Future
Nurses Club C253 Hi-Y C3,453 Student Council Cl,3,453
MATTIOLI, CAROL: Yorkers C153 Freshman Chorale C153
Intramurals Cl,2,353 Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,3,453 Varsity
Chorale C3,453 Li'l Abner C253 Class Play C353 Hi-Y C3,
453 Journalism C45
MAZZI, ROBERTO: AFS Exchange Student3 Football
C453 Varsity Chorale C45
MC LEOD, REBECCA: Varsity Chorale C2,3,453 Sr. Girls
Glee Club C2,3,453 Intramurals C1,2,3,453 Hockey Club
Cl,253 Student Council Cl,253 Li'l Abner C353 Monitors
C1,2,3,453 Ticket Sellers Cl,253 Freshman Chorale C153
All-State Choir C35
MEININGER, LINDA: Freshman Chorale C153 Sr. Girls
Glee Club C2,353 Varsity Chorale C2,353 Intramurals Cl,
2,353 Art Club C2,353
MURRAY, BRIAN: Industrial Arts Club q2,3,4y, stage
crew q1,2,3,45: Band C1,2,3,453 Model Club Cl,25
NEAL, DIANE: Freshman Chorale C153 Intramurals C1,3,
453 Biology Club C253 Chess Club C253 Cheerleader C353
Hi-Y C3,453 Class Play C353 Track C353 Synchronized
Swimming C2 53 Li'l Abner C253 Journalism C45
NEUROTH, LEE: Football 435: wresuing C2,3,453 FFA
C1,2,3,453 Intramurals C1,2,3,45
NEWCOMB, TERENCE: Football Cl,2,3,453 Basketball
Cl,253 Wrestling C3,453 Baseball Cl,253 Band C1,2,3,453
Intramurals Cl,2,3 C45
OWEN, JOHN: Football C153 Cross Country C2,3,453 FFA
C1,2,3,451 Track C1,2,3,45Q Class Play C353 Intramurals C4
PAFK, MARVIN: Football C1,253 Track C153 FFA C2,35
treasurer C353 Intramurals C1,2,3,45Q Band C1,253 Orchestra
PAGELS, KENNETH: Band C1,2,3,453 Stage Crew C1,2,
3,453 FFA C1,2,3,45Q Swimming C1,25
PAWLICK, KAREN: Hockey Club C1,2,3,453 Intramurals
C1,2,3,453 Synchronized Swimming C2,3,45
POODRY, NEAL: Modei Club C1,2,3,45
POODRY, SUZANNE: Intramurals Cl,2,3,453 Jr. Red
Cross C3,453 Hockey C153 Basketball C1,2,3,453 Archery
C253 Baseball C3,453 Track C3,45
REIGLE, COLETTE: Band Cl,2,3,453 FHA C153 Moni--
REMINGTON, GREG: Industrial Arts Club C253 Yorker
RICHARDSON, DENNIS: Freshman Chorale C153 Varsity
Chorale C2,35Q FFA C2,3,45Q Erie County FFA C25
ROBINSON, WILLIAM: Yorker Club C153 Chess Club Cl,
253 Varsity Chorale C2,3,453 Li'l Abner C253 Biology Club
C253 Science Club C453 Erie County Choir C1,2,353 All-
State Sectional C453 Freshman Chorale C153 Student
Council C453 AFS Forum C45
ROBNETT, NANCY: Cheerleader C1,2,3,453 Intramurals
C1,2,3,45Q Hockey Club C1,2,3,45Q Basketball C1,2,3,453
Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,3,453 Varsity Chorale C3,453 Hi-Y
C3,453 Class Secretary C153 Class Treasurer C453 Student
SCHALLER, SYLVIA: Band C1,2,3,453 FHA C153 Sr. Girls
Glee Club C2,3,453 Intramurals Cl,2,353 Clinic Staff C453
Freshman Chorale C153 Yorker Club C153 Marching Band
C1,253 Journalism C45
SCHMIGEL, PATRICIA: Varsity Chorale C2,3,45Q Fresh-
man Chorale C153 Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,3,453 Monitors
C2,3,453 Intramurals Cl,253 Hockey Club Cl,253 Volleyball
C1,25Q Basketball C1,253 Li'l Abner C253 Journalism C45
SCHOENWETTER, PAUL: Yorker Club C153 Model Club
C3,453 vice-president C453 Industrial Arts Club C3,45
SCHUBEL, DAVID: Yorker Club C153 Orchestra C1,2,35Q
Band C153 Freshman Chorale C153 Varsity Chorale C2,3,453
Li'l Abner C253 Biology Club C2,353 International Club
C3,453 Student Council C3,453 Student Court C453 History
Forum C3,453 Erie County Choir C153 All-State Sectionals
C353 Journalism C453 Editor of Tymes '66
SCHULTZ, BRUCE: Basketball C153 Track'Cl,2,353 Foot-
ball C2,35Q Wrestling C2,3,453 Intramurals Cl,2,453 Indus-
trial Arts Club C1,2,45
SCHULTZ, HARRIET: Freshman Chorale C153 Sr. Girls
Glee Club C2,3,453 Intramurals Cl,253 Twirling Instructor
C1,2,3,45Q Marching Band C1,2,3,45
SKELLON, JAMES: Art Club C2,3,45
SOCHA, MICHAEL: Model Club Cl,2,3,45
SPAETH, JOAN: Varsity Chorale C3,453 Nurses Club C2,
353 Biology Club C2,353 Hi-Y C3,453 Sr. Girls Glee Club
C2,3,45Q Freshman Chorale C153 Clinic Staff C45
STAEBELL, KAREN: Monitors C1,2,353 Freshman Chor-
ale Cl53 Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,3,453 Band C1,2,3,45Q Intra-
murals C1,2,3,453 Hockey Club C1,2,3,453 Cheerleader C2,
3,45 captain C453 Class Vice-President C153 Student Coun-
cil C353 Varsity Chorale C453 Sharpettes C153 Volleyball
C1,2,3,453 Basketball C1,253 Tri-County 2nd All-Star
Hockey Team C253 Erie County Band C353 Li'l Abner C253
Journalism C453 Editor of Akronite
STANBURY, MARY: Varsity Chorale C2,3,453 Hi-Y C3,453
Sharpettes C153 Freshman Chorale C153 Monitors C1,25Q
Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,3,453 Erie County Choir C353 Tic-
ket Sellers C1,2,3,453 Intramurals C1,2,3,453 Li'l Abner
C253 Hockey Club C1,353 Basketball C1,353 Journalism C45
STONE, TERRI: Varsity Chorale C3,453 Sr. Girls Glee
Club C2,3,453 Freshman Chorale C153 Hockey Club C1,2,
353 Intramurals C1,253 Ticket Sellers C1,2,353 Sharpettes
C153 Journalism C45 Art Editor3 Li'l Abner C253 Class
SUNDOWN, ANNETTE: Hockey Club C1,2,3,453 Intra-
murals C1,2,3,45Q Poster Club C353 Cheerleader C3,453
Basketball C1,2,3,453 Volleyball C1,2,3,45Q Softball C1,2,
3,453 Track Cl,25
SWADER, DOUGLAS: Football C1,2,353 Track C2,353 In-
dustrial Arts Club C1,2,3,45Q Band C1,2,3,453 Orchestra
Cl,2,3,453 Model Club C1,253 Class Cabinet C25
SWADER, JOSEPH: Industrial Arts Club C1,25
TRUAX, EILEEN: Hi-Y C3,45 historian C453 Intramurals
C1,2,3,453 Poster Club C1,2,353 Lettering Club C253 Yorker
Club C153 Hockey Club C3,453 Basketball C3,453 Volley-
ball C3,453 Track C2,3,45Q Prom Committee C3,453 Student
Council C353 Ticket Sellers C353 Synchronized Swimming
TRUGLIO, MARGARET: Orchestra C1,2,3,453 Band Cl,253
Biology Club C2,3,453 Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,3,453 Fresh-
man Chorale C153 Varsity Chorale C3,453 Sharpettes C153
Honor Society C3,453 Marching Band C1,253 Yorker Club
C253 Erie County Choir C353 All-State Sectional Choir C453
Journalism C45 Co-Editor of Tymes '66
VAN BUREN, TERRY: Basketball C153 Wrestling C3,453
Football C1,2,3,453 Track C2,3,453 Intramurals C1,3,45
WALTERS, JOHN: Freshman Chorale C153 Biology Club
WEAVER, KATHY: Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,3,453 Varsity
Chorale C2,3,453 Band C1,2,3,45Q Student Council Cl,25
secretary C253 Ticket Sellers C2,35: Monitors C1,2,353 In-
tramurals C1,2,3,45j Hi-Y C3,453 vice-president C453 Li'l
Abner C253 Hockey Club Cl,2,3,45 co-captain C453 Basket-
ball C1,2,3,45Q Freshman Chorale C153 Erie County Choir
C353 Class President C3,453 Sharpettes C153 Volleyball Cl,
253 Journalism C45 Copy Editor of Akronite
WHEELER, DIANE: Intramurals C1,2,3,453 Field Hockey
C1,2,3,453 Synchronized Swimming C1,2,3,453 Sr. Girls
Glee Club C2,3,45
WHITE, MAHLON: Freshman Chorale C153 Football C1,2,
3,453 Intramurals C1,2,3,45Q Track C1,2,3,45Q Basketball
WOLFE, DUANE: Intramurals Cl,2,3,453 Baseball C1,2,
3,453 Basketball C153 Cross Country C1,2,3,453 Wrestling
YODER, CAROLYN: Intramurals C1,2,353 Freshman Chor-
ale C153 Sr. Girls Glee Club C2,35
YODER, THOMAS: FFA C1,253 Science Club C35
YOUSEY, JANET: Journalism C45 Layout Editor of
Akronite: Freshman Chorale C153 Sr, Girls Glee Club
C2,3,45Q Biology Club 2,353 Student Council C45
YOUSEY, KATHLEEN: Biology Club C2,35Q Sr. Girls
Glee Club C2,3,453 Freshman Chorale C153 Poster Club
ZOLA, ANTHONY: Student Council C1,2,3,45 treasurer
C35 sr. vice-president C453 International Club C2,3,45
president C3,453 Honor Society C3,453 Band C1,253 Or-
chestra C2,3,453 Varsity Chorale C2,3,453 Student Court
C3,453 Erie County Band C253 All-State Sectionals C3,453
Erie County Choir C353 Biology Club C25 vice-presiclent3
Yorker Club C1,253 Freshman Chorale C153 History Forum
C3,453 Li'l Abner C25
First row: L. Cummings, Secretaryg K. Weaver, President, N. Rob-
nett, Treasurer. Second row: A. De Young, Vice-President, L.
Kraatz, Student Court Representative, A. George, Advisor
Senior Class Highlights
The Class of 1966 was once freshmen-wide-
eyed and narrow-minded. It seems a long time ago
that we were confused by the unorganized class
meetings. We discovered that knowing all the an-
swers in eighth grade made no impression on the 811
ACS students, that high school education was work
and courses were tougher. We began our high school
social life by sponsoring a dance-The Maypole
Swing, and a stationery sale. Our class officers were:
joe Bordonaro, Pres. 3 Karen Staebell, V.-Pres., Nancy
Robnett, Sec., Laura Cummings, Treas.g Peg John-
son, Student Court Rep., and Betty Lindke, Student
As sophomores, we struggled through World His-
tory, memorized Math 10 postulates and read "Silas
Marner' for Mr. Vossler. During the year we hurried
to make decorations for our dance featuring the
"Pepsi-Six" and the girls spent hours creating mas-
terpieces for the bake sale. Class officers were:
Mark Lauridsen, Pres., joe Bordonaro, V.-Pres.,
Mary Stanbury, Sec., Laura Cummings, Treas.g Betty
Lindke, Student Court Rep., and Lynne Kraatz, Stu-
dent Council Rep.
Juniors! We anxiously awaited the arrival of our
class rings. Chosen so carefully, they were worn
proudly. In the spring, competition of one-act plays
was held. Of course, we juniors were victorious in
our portrayal of 'Caesar and Cleopatra"! Another
dance, this time featuring 'The Plainsmen", helped
raise funds for the jr.-Sr. Prom. Our class officers
were: Kathy Weaver, Pres.,lVlark Lauridsen, V.-Pres.,
Gail Fox, Sec., Helen Laese, Treas.g Alice De Young,
Student Court Rep., and Kathy Glomb, Student Coun-
September of our senior year!!! Some of us felt
no difference, but soon 'senioritis' set in and we
found it hard to concentrate on P.O.D. after staying
up half the night filling our applications for SUNY
AB, Princeton or UCLA.
We found ourselves caught in the midst of a
building project, and while classrooms began to take
shape, we were still without an auditorium. The never
ending cry of 'What about OUR Senior Play?!!!"
could be heard throughout senior homerooms.
We, as seniors sponsored a card sale, a dance
featuring "The Humansn, and the Jr.-Sr. Prom-pro-
fits of which all went toward our picnic and Senior
Banquet. Senior pictures were taken in September,
received in December, and all at once that certain
"last time" feeling hit us-we knew we were seniors.
It meant the fun, the anticipation, the nostalgia-it
means a new beginning.
As we progressed from freshmen to seniors, we
also progressed through the yearbook, homeroom
pictures, candids, and the senior section, the posi-
tion of honor. Now our high school education has
officially ended, and it is time for us, as individuals,
to make our own history.
The gym was darkened and the music vibrated
the anticipating hearts. This remodeled setting took
on an enchanted hue, and the beat of the drums car-
ried all into danceland. Figures blended into a rain-
bow of colors, the long flowing gowns producing a
Decorated to the theme of Ebb Tide, the scene
was completed with a realistic dock and various
shades of romantic blue. The memorable day was
June ll, 1965.
At the stroke of midnight, the King and Queen,
Prince and Princess were seated on their thrones.
Reigning were: Kinghlames Remseng Queen,Melinda
Hutchinson, Prince, Allan Black, Princess, Helen
On November 10, our Senior Class held its first
money-raising event of the year. We sponsored an
open dance in the gym. It turned out to be the largest
profit-making project in the history of our class.
The dance featured the Humans, a shaggy-haired
group hailing from Albion, New York. The six young
musicians performed well, delighting all those who
attended. The mood that was created was one of ex-
tremely contagious excitement. The dance was a
complete success and everyone present, including
the band, had a wonderful time.
SADIE HAWKINS DANCE
On your mark!-Get set!-Go!! The boys were off
and running with the girls following close behind.
The Sadie Hawkins Race had officially begun. Sooner
or later all Li'l Abners were caught by their Daisy
Maes and were made to patiently await the marriage
The Sadie Hawkins Dance is an annual affair
sponsored by the Senior Class.The scene was typical
of "Dogpatch U.S.A.'complete with bales of hay and
somewhat ragged apparel.
This year's Daisy Mae was Kathy Weaver, Li 1
Abner, Mark Lauridsen, Marryin' Sam, Greg Reming-
ton, and Divorcin' Dan, Ken Pagels.
From the first stages of planning, the "Akronite" editors combined the chal-
lenge, the frustration and the determination of producing a better edition, to record
the spirit of ACS.
Each person pictured in the yearbook represents Akron or its reflection upon
them. Each activity is an expression of our school spirit.
The staff chose to make the task more difficult by adding extra pagesg by in-
cluding short descriptions of each seniorg and by including a section of senior
candids. We moved ahead.
The 1966 "Akronite" is finished.
"Just the facts-who, what, where, when, why, and how, and make it interest-
ing!" To the 'Tymes '66' staff writers these two orders were often frustrating and
and difficult to follow.
The school newspaper is one of our oldest activities, and it holds an impor-
tant place in Akron's heritage.
The "Tymes '66' chronicled the entire atmosphere of Akron. Articles on
clubs, sports, student opinions, faculty, and new educational developments ap-
peared in each issue.
JUNIOR CLASS CABINET
First row: M. LaRocca, M. George, P. Leavitt. Second row: D. Bucceri,
E. Sutton, C. Burchell, K. Taylor, Mr. Rex.
CLASS CDF I967
In its Freshmen year, the Class of 1967 under the supervision
of Mr. Roger Farr, held a stationery sale.
The class began its sophomore year with Mr. Van Swift as its
advisor. In January they held a dance.
Now in the junior year, the advisor for the Class of 1967 is
Mr. john Rex. The class rings were ordered and received in De-
cember. In the fall, a Greenwich Village dance was held. Other
events were held to help with the expenses of the junior-Senior
Prom. The officers for this year were:
President Michael George
V. President Paul Leavitt
Secretary Mary LaRocca
Treasurer Deborah Bucceri
Student Court Kim Taylor
First row: P. Carroll, P. Wagner,
S. Groff, J. Hawes, G. Schultz,
G. Pafk, B. Goeseke. Second row.'
T. Whiting, C. Schoenwetter, M.
Cummings, W. Bradley, K. Tip-
pett, F. Houlihan, Mr. Rozelle.
Third row: R. Bohn, J. Bartram,
S. White, K. Haas, H. Finger.
Fourth row: G. Dieterle, J. Sus
folk, C. Keppler, G. Karl, P. Mir-
First row: M. Rudolph, V. Ground
F. Lowder, P. Ford, M. LaRocCa
F. Wronowicz, S. Wands, L
Granke, P. Noody, L. Webster.
Second row: P. Bork, R. Rosen
berg, S. Brayley, K. Pawlick, N
Bruning, J. Babel, K. Covert, M
Zimmerman, D. Weidman, Mr. Hel-
wig. Third row: D. Abraham, E
Sutton, F. Lega, P. Luketic, B
Frost, J. Bower, L. Lauridsen
D. Cummings, B. Groff.
First row: M. Winter, D. Kura-
szkiewicz, D. Iulg, M. McCor-
mick, E. Parker, L. Cummings,
A. Cantie, C. Wolters, D. Ritecz,
Mr. Martiny. Second row: A. Groff,
M. Halecki, M. Logan, B. Eldred,
C. Bohn, P. Lewis, S. Forrestel,
D. Blackman, G. Owen, B. Scho-
enthal. Third row: D. Pogel, T.
Coughlin, H. Hartwig, M. Matynka,
J. Martino, B. Durski, D. Totten,
R. Wyder, D.Abrams, P. Mast, C.
Hall. Absent: J. Bower, M. Geo-
rge, M. Staebell, T. VanBuren.
First row: J. Trigilio, K. Hudson,
M. Hammond, T. Gregg, P. MC'-
Leod, E. Laese, K. Deinhardt,
L. Lloyd, T. Love, Mr. Rex. Sec-
ond row: S. Montville, S. Blueye,
G. Hatswell, R. Payne, H. Rosen-
berg, D. Wight, R. Ribbeck, R.
Muck, D. Reigle, B. Glomb. Third
row: T. Martino, M. Abraham, P.
Leavitt, P. Bernier, D. Hoehman,
C. Burchell, M. Roberts, D. Krus-
chke, M. Rood, D. Harvey.
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SCPHOMORE CLASS CABINET
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First row: S. Geddes, C. Sutton, D. Pafk. Second row: R. Mecca, W.
Young, J. Remsen, Mr. Swift.
CLASS OF I968
The Class of 1968 was organized in its freshmen year under
the advisorship of Mr. Allan Canfield. The class sponsored a win-
In its sophomore year, under the supervision of Mr. Van Swift,
the cabinet immediately began shaping their first activity, "The
Surfin Safari." Throughout the year, other events were held.
First row: G. Cummings, A. Forrestel, C. Fink, S. Walters, R. Peters, B.
Eckert, J. Keller, P. Porter, Mrs. Brown. Second row: G. Becker, C. Dox-
tader, J. Socha, L. Ottaviani, P. Witkowski, C. Stratton, S. Ceisner, B.
Totten, M. Muggleburg. Third row: J. Hollenbeck, T. Golpl, G. Stone, D.
Dietz, J. Remsen, R. Jemison, K. Bruning, L. Klingelsmith, K. McLeod,
D. Gallo. Absent: M. Sundown, R. Moore.
First row: M. Niezgoda, M. Geo-
rge, A. Uljanov, K. McGregor,
M. Brauen, A. Kelkenberg, M.
Schukraft. Second row: B. Ken-
ney, M. Staebell, B. Corbett, R.
Mecca, M. Cummings, S. Bassan-
ello, S. Zimmerman, J. Goeske,
Mrs. Borkholder. Third row: L.
Cantie, J. Finch, B. Cowan, L.
Pierce, D. Cory, T. Walker, R.
Berry. Fourth row: M. Witkowski,
R. Snell, D. Altrogge, D. Mir-
rione, A. David, W. Freeman, J.
Eekerson. Absent: G. Wetmore,
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First row: K. Wagile, S. Blish,
P. Dean, K. Fiegl, D.Reuben, J.
Smith, C. Sutton. Second row.' W.
Hawes, J.Hamele, N. Carroll, H.
Bedford, R. Blickensderfer, E.
Husing, B. Martiny, K. Fry, Mrs.
Cooley. Third row: N. Sutton, B.
Newman, E. Dennis, R. Glena,
D. Leeds, C. Miller, N. Baker.
Fourth row: W. Young, F. Reb
mann, W. Swader, R. Zimmerman
L. Draper. Absent: C. Kubis, J.
First row: K. Borden, S. Sprucker,
S. Steiner, D. Nicosia, L. Hart-
wig, D. Pask, S. Olson. Second
row! D. Pafk, P. Kyser, C, King,
R. Manning, K. Bordonaro, D.
Remington, J. Kostanciak, W.
Moleski, Mr. Vossler. Third row:
M. Wilson, D. Schultz, B. Schu-
ler, A. Kasperek, D. Errick, V.
Sundown, D. Doxtader, M. Heber-
First row: S. Geddes, R. Smith,
S. Pagels, M. Brust, S. Begiers,
J. Lawrence, K. McLeod. Second
row: P. Hibbard, K. Pawlick, S.
Cummings, A. Covel, M. Brewer,
H. Printup, T. Przybos, J. Wil-
son, R. Doktor. Third row: R.
Kumro, J.Griffiths, R. Hammond,
J. Abraham, J. Newcomb, K.
Poodry, T. Lauridsen, R. Brege,
M. Best, T. Welsh, Mr. Silvernail.
Absent: D. Fields, R. Fisher, R.
Keppler, M. Riggio.
FRESHMAN CLASS CABINET
First row: P. Milani, G. Staebell, C. Burchell. Second row: C. Victor, D.
Martin, Mr. Canfield.
CLASS OF I969
The Class of 1969 was organized in the fall under the direc-
tion of Mr. Allan Canfield. In April, a dance was held. The elected
President Chester Victor
V. President Pat Milani
Treasurer Gretchen Staebell
Student Council Debra Martin
Student Court Claudia Burchell
First row: J. Capan, R. Golpl, E. Berghorn, S. Kwiatkowski, D. Defries
J. Hurne, G. jones. Second row: B. Cummings, M. Ellis, L. Noody, D.
Rodgers, T. Fenton, K. Anderson, C. Parker, S. Brant, Mr. Canfield. Third
row: M. Bartram, B. Groff, E. Honsberger, B. jago, T. Baehr, C. Schlegen-
hauf, W. Keppler, B. Hollenbeck.
First row: C. Geyer, D. McLeod,
A. Morrison, M. Bordonaro, D
Cummings, W. Brust. Second row:
Mrs. Balizer, M. Scrogg, S. Jemi
son, B. Horning, T. Troyer, D
Kumro, M. DeYoung, S. Babel,
G. Parker. Third row: C. Abrams
R. Bartram, R. Mantel, P. Zola,
J. Schumacher, D. Pafk. Fourth
row: S. Bork, J. Holtz, K. Kas-
perek, M. Noody, J. Furminger,
First row: L. Peck, G. Staebell,
K. Pogel, N. Parker, L. Spears,
J. Keller. Second row: B. House,
D.Swimline, B.Yousey, D. Miotz
D. Schmigel, R. Swader, D. Mar-
tin, J. Brucker, B. Powell, Mr
Tulumello. Third row: P.Witkow
ski, B. Richardson, G. Schultz
J. Miller, E. Wolak, J. Logan, W
First row: J. Mattioli, L. Bishop,
J. Lloyd, M. Roggen, D. Brackett,
N. Yohn, D. Covel. Second row:
L. Wronowicz, M. Hanson, J.
Olszewski, J. Capan, M. Wagner,
D. Moore, R. White, B. Swiniar-
ski. Third row: E. Muck, C. Ciur-
zynski, C. Burchell, S. Kraatz,
J. Jamieson, B. Socha, T. Stu-
ber. Fourth row: R. Remsen, J.
Keller, D. Stegman, C. Victor.
First row: P. Balch, D. Swader,
L. Winter, L. Groff, L. Schafer,
P. Halecki. Second roW.' J. Kel-
ler, A. Cometto, P. Milani, N.
Eckerson, B. Skye, K. Baehr, P.
Smith, Mrs. Pacheco. Third row:
F. Cowan, H.Doctor, A. Corbett,
C. Lindke, J. Rosenberg, L. Ja-
cobsen, D. Stewart, D. Lowder,
B. Wilson. Fourth row: F. Koons,
R. Kelly, M. Pacer, R. Rehwaldt,
...fl A.. LW
First row: D. Krupski, D. Bow,
J. Kress, R. Kelkenberg, Mr.Jen-
kins, D. Kumro, D. Jones, D.
Johnson, C. Logan. Second row:
B. Lindke, L. Domon, S. Wands,
A. Kopacz, C. Kozody, S. Love,
M. Hatswell, D. Edwards. Third
row: N. Kolipinski, K. Pawlick,
R. Hutchings, J. David, D. Jobe,
First row: D. Bluhm, C. Zimmer-
man, N. Finger, K. Covert, D.
Peters, R. Steiner, E. Parker, C.
Russell. Second row: B. Coniber,
M. Hoctor, K. Kenny, T. Black-
lock, Mrs. Hoag, J. Schumacher,
R. Muggelberg, E. Forrestel, E.
Praprost. Third row: L. Brewer,
C. Ritecz, N. Johnstone, C.
Childs, J. Kahl, S. Kowalik, R.
Bedford, D. Blackman.
First row: B. Doctor, B. Nehr-
boss, J. Guizotti, M. I-Ioulihan,
B. Glomb, Mrs. Balizer, F.
Giertz, B. Gex-stung, R. Asmus,
R. Borden. Second row: K. Fur-
minger, L. Bettio, K. Finger, A.
Bower, D. Cummings, N. Cope.
Third row: R. Webster, S. Holo-
vics, P. Battaglia, B. Truax, C.
Lowder, J. Geddes, J. Freeman.
First row: T. Richardson, K.
Schultz, L. Weaver, M. Schoen-
thal, K. Fromm, D. Altrogge, S.
Walker, E. Winter. Second row:
B. Borden, A. Claude, M. Spring-
er, T. Kennedy, J. Schrock, Miss
Brown, D. Mecklenburg, B. Betz-
old, J. Bitterman, L. Hofmeier.
Third row: D. Hart, L. Feagles,
K. Ewald, E. Werner, M. Downey,
J. Brockway, L. Mauldin.
First row: S. Blake, D. O'Mary,
S. Baker, C. Abrams, P. George,
Mrs. Smith, S. Starr, F. Wetmore,
R. Haas, S. Cummings. Second
row: J. Denton, L. Bradley, G.
Bernier, B. Domon, M. Hartl.
Third row: F. Clear, G. Stanley,
J. Abraham, A. Foster, J. Den-
nis, T.Arno1d, K. Fry, J. Bower.
Absent: K. Babel, C. Parker.
First row: L. Schoenthal, J. De:
Young, C. Barkewitz, J. Swiniar-
ski, P. Burdick, Mrs. Gaddis, C.
Peek, M. Parzych, J. Mann, L.
Stanley. Second row: L. Bordon-
aro, P. Lega, S. Knop, E. Houli-
han, D. Fink, S. Oldenski, L.
Perry, J. Brewer, N. Ceisner, C.
Winter, M. Forrestel. Third row:
S. Kenney, C. Copoly, C. Crane,
B. Litfin, W. Sy, M. Uljanov, T.
Blish, D. Sowinski, J. Carges,
First roW.' H. Pechuman, R. Re-
gan, C. McGregor, P. Noody, C.
Rebmarm, R.Mecca, M.Reyno1ds,
Second row: C. Mentel, J. Par-
ker, C. Rosenberg, D. Odell, S.
Porter, D. Pixley, N. Kraatz, J.
Yousey, Mrs. Smith. Third row:
D. Remington, T. Yousey, M.
Ribbeck, B. Fields, M. Wik, D.
Leavitt, D. Stone, S. Parker.
First row: G. Ribbeck, D. Pask,
S. Leeds, D. Jones, B. Pechu-
man, B. Groff, M. Bruning, D.
Stewart. Second row: R. Adam-
kowski, T. Brackett, M. Midecke,
J. Abraham, R. Womack, J. Wolt-
ers. Third row: N. Steimer, S.
Schlagenhauf, M. Ribbeck, W.
First row: L. Pask, V. Johns-
tone, D. Slade, M. Jalitus, P.
Montville, D. Heberling, R. You-
sey, C. Rosenberg, L. Stuchell,
D. Koons. Second row: D.Spears,
W. Schnabel, S. Martin, B. Lloyd,
C. Garrett, K. Karcher, K. Clark,
M. Wideman, G. Granke, J.Regan,
Third row: T. Lotz, D. Dietz, T.
Schubel, N. Reuben, D. Laurid:
sen, W. Tippett, M. Reinke, P.
First row: T. Ellis, S. Rogers,
M. Guizzotti, L. Werner, K. Lea-
vitt, T. Troyer. Second row: A.
Printup, C. Bruning, E. Stanley,
J. Christianson, Third row: K.
Benteen, D. Ribbeck, R. Schaefer,
D. Swiatowy, W. Markey, P. Ger-
First row: M. Bassanello, S. Dye,
R. Wolfe, W. Iulg, D. Lowder, H.
DeLelys, R. Nehrboss. Second
row: D. Begiers, A. Keller, J.
Ribbeck, M. Hoehman, A. Keller,
L. Sy, J. Peters, G. Smith.
First row: P.Poodry, E.Maloney,
J. Kress, D. Swiatowy, B.Bower,
N. Holtz, L. Dieterle, M. Ribe
beck. Second row: D. Nicosis,
B, Weaver. Third row: L. Smith,
J. Whitbeck, D. Ottaviani, J.
Lockhart, R. Witnauer, S. Bed-
Mario Frey H953-I965l
Laddie, beloved laddie! How
should we cease to weep
Could we glance through the
golden gateway whose
keys the angels keep!!
Yet love, our love that is
deathless, can follow you
where you roam,
Over the hills of God, laddie,
the beautiful hills of Home.
er, D. Wehling, D. Reuben, M.
First row: L. Gallo, B. Cris-
well, M. Cummings, D. Sescil,
C Brust, L. Ribbeck, R. Bos-
kat. Second row: K. Kenyon, S.
Niezgoda, R. Forrestel, S. Pac-
Jonathan, M. Haas, A. Ground.
Third row: D. Berghorn,R. Rob-
nett, S. Schafer, M. Scrogg, V.
Wissinger, C. Cantie, R. Kowal-
ik. T. Lockhard. Fourth row: R.
Whiting, R. Schultz, D. Stock.
First row:B. Wight, L. Bedford,
S. Schoenthal, B. DeLelys, L.
Murphy, S. Burns, J. McCollis-
ter. Second row: S. Mecca, W.
Reuben, A. Porter, T. Herring-
ton, J. Rogers, J. Brege, J.
Wideman. Third row: D. Parker,
S. Kelley,T. Schuler, S.Barone,
J. Matynka, J. Stanley, P. Ham-
mond, D. DeYoung. Fourth row:
G. Logan, L. Wik, E. Easton,
I. Lafosse, D. Stegman.
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First row: T. Mello, T. Barke
witz, P. Fitzsimmons, J. Down
ey, D. Flading, A. Stuohell, J
Bohn. Second row: J. Wright, C
Glena, L. Varo, S. Klehn, J
Case, J. Sowinski, M. Colopy
B. Cummings. Third row: M. Mar
Coni, P. Pitas, G. Abrams, B
Johnson, D. Fisher, F. Abrams
N. Brunner, S. Kingsley, D
First row: D. Lowder, A. Guiz
zotti, T. Jones, M. Skomski, S
Burns, P. Ellis, D. Davis. Sec
ond row: C. Kolipinski,M. Knop
D. Domon, P. Noody, L. Spill
man, W. Ground, C. Joy, R. Hen
sel. Third row: P. Winnie, T
Miller, R. Bork, T. Wittcop, F
Maloney, B. Bower, M. Yousey
Fourth row: J. Burt, J. McCol
lister, K. Kruschke, L. Socha
First row: K. Schrock, L. Cross,
S. Snyder, A. Lauridsen, N. Brun-
ner, D. Carmer, J. Capan. Second
row: D.Frye, M. Keller, P. Welsh,
S. Flanders, L. BOW, M. Babel,
R. Ormsby, D. Bromstead. Third
row: M. Bedford, G. Weller, D.
Casseri, S. Walker, K. Covel, M.
Stapleton, K.Brauen. Fourth row:
S. Wands,J.Koss, N. Krzykowski.
Q- . '
First row: D. Wilson, R. Milam,
S. Christiansen, K. Ceisner, M.
Odell, M. Mirrione, D. Yohn.
Second row: M. Peters, V. Rib-
beck, C. Ground, H. Bramley,
M. Skye, D.Newman, M. Vanice,
M. Cummings, T. Bassanello.
Third row: D. Gonsowski, L.
Pagels, N. Raduns, D. LaBrum,
D. Thomas, L. Knapp, E. Hoehe-
man, V. Jemison. Fourth row:
R. Doktor, R. Rebmann, A. Rib-
beck, B. Cummings, M. Ground,
First row: V. Kraatz, M. Flanders,
P. Kroemer, D. Printup, C. Wag-
ner, L. Snyder, B. Baker. Second
row: E. Bruning, M. Betzold, W.
Wight, R. Ritecz, C. Miles, R.
Pixley, J. Wronowicz, R. Brady,
H. Nayman. Third row: G. Bed-2
ford, T. Hartl, M. Bluhm, J. Tri-
gilio, N. Schnabel, J. Sweitzer,
S. Dieterle, K. Smith. Fourth row:
L. Goerlitz, M. Lockhart, R.
First row: R. Williams, M. Va-
lente, M. Hart, D. Bradfield,
A. Blackman, K. Stapleton, A.
Abrams. Second row: C. Kling-
lesmith, L. Kuraszkiewicz, H.
Stuchell, A. Forrestel, C.
Claude, S. Lega, K. Burg, D.
Sutton, K. Johnstone. Third
row: A. Wright, N. Brockway,
L. Fitzsimmons, B. Hellert, S.
Miller, S. Berry, L. Johannes,
B. Rudolph, K. Pafk, B. Reh-
First row: R. Campbell, V.
Ground, K. Rogers, D. Starr, R.
Ground, F. Daley, J. Bower.
Second row: G. Litfin, C. Schla-
genhauf, V. Reuben, C. Pann,
P. Cummings, S. Arnold, A.
Reinke, E. Steimer, A. Ormsby,
G. Farrell. Third tow: L. Sweit-
zer, K. Roggen, L. Childs, P.
Troyer, D. Steiner, A. Scrogg,
D. Gerstung,K. Keller, D.Holtz,
B. Koons. Absent: J. Baker, J.
First row: C. Kelley, T. Johns
son, R. Dieterle, L. Doxtader,
D. Easton, G. Jackson, D. Per-
uzzini. Second row: T. Carges,
D. Begiers, K. Horner, R. Witt-
cop, J. Bradfield, R. Garvey,
N. Eddy, J. Jonathan, D. Low-
der, T. Keller. Third row: L.
Spears, M. Penko, D. Dress, G.
Smith, J. LaFosse, R. Schrock,
J. DeYoung, C. Wilkins, K.
Ewald, L. Hartwig, J. Albrecht.
First row: L. Santolini, G.
Homesberger, M. Murphy, T.
Vanice, C. Swiatowy, D. Olson,
V. Jacobsen. Second row: R.
Hofmeier, D. Bontrager, V. Mc-
Nutt, J. Peters, C. Ribbeck, D.
Rosenberg, J. Dye, C. Wissing-
er, D. Stuber. Third row: R. Lu-
cia, J. Parzych, C. Stewart, M.
Muchow, P. Weaver, J. Heber-Q
ling, J. Bradley, C. Kraatz, B.
First row: R. Nichols, A. Black
man, J. Jones, M. Newman, D.
Farrell, D. Yousey, D. Blish.
Second row: L. Schnabel, C.
Kinne, C. Hoehman, G. Pe-
Queen, R. Morrison, A. Porter,
D. Alexander, J. Anderson, D.
Ribbeck. Third row: T. Lacki,
G. Golding, S. Pohl, N.Whiting,
L. Eldred, D. Berghorn, M.
Mentel, L. Morgan.
First row: V. Robnett, K. Mein-
zer, D. Nicometi, L. Scrogg, F.
George, S. Blake, S. McLeod.
Second row: M. Regan, D. Linda
ke, R. Kasperek, R. Hoste, H.
Bruning, G. Rogers, G. Abraham,
J. Bohn, M. Kennedy. Third row:
A. Jones, D. Milam, R. Sy, B.
Murray, M. Oliver, V. Reuben,
R. Stahl, L. Horning, C. Pick-
wick, D. David, T. Noody.
First row: D.Kinney,S. Kozody,
S. Steiner, M. Vanice, A. Va-
lente, D. Cummings, P. Pafk.
Second row: T. Swiatowy, W.
Ball, M. Rice, K. Baehr, M.
Muchow, D. Bromstead, G. Ola
son, R. Jost, K. Palizay. Third
row: C. Johannes, C. Graff, C.
Kumro, N. Koeller, J. Herring-
ton, W. Sweitzer, B. Brengel,
R. Dean, S. Reigle. Fourth row:
D. Gillmeister, J. Kasperek, B.
B. Koss, R. Goeseke.
First row: D.B1ackman, K. Con-
fer, D. Domon, K. Jonathan, T.
Hitchcock, T. Morgan, B. Klaw-1
er. Second row: B. Ribbeck, D.
Bruner, M. Lauridsen, R. Camp-
bell, M. Smith, M. Chevacci, A.
Cory, W. Teaven, M. Stratton.
Third row: J. Frey, L. Snell,
L. Rosenecker, K. Soika, W.
Brewer, R. Yager, S. Lemanski,
C. Hansen, J. Wide-man. Fourth
row: L. Criswell, M. Novak, C.
Johnson, D. Scarborough.
First row: S. Cummings, D. Pac-
er, W. Olson, J. Welch, P.
Childs, C. Labrum, M. Reynolds.
Second row: M. Santolini, R.
Ribbeck, D. Hudomint, J. BOW-
er, L.Hyde, K. Huth, V.Hefner,
D. Schafer, M. Marconi. Third
row: R. Berent, D. Reimer, L.
Klawer, R, Anderson, P. Hartl,
W. Whitlocke, L. Jamieson, T.
Peters, M. Bluhm, B. Rehwaldt.
First row: J. Little, L. Leder-
house, M. Wright, B. Young, J.
Starr, C. Ribbeck, L. Snyder.
Second row: D. Lowder, T.
Case, G. Schnabel, B. DeFries,
R. Kelley, G. Ground, V. Weav-
er, W. Jago, J. Richardson, S.
Bruning. Third row: P. Lacki,
C. Cummings, D. Tobin, D.
Bushhammer, K. Soika, B. Paxa
on, C. Flading, D. Rung, A.
Pacer, J. Luchterhand.
First row: P. Muck, J. Homes-
berger, D. Hofmeier, S. Odell,
R. Eldred, C. Marquardt, K.
Heri. Second row: S. Jemison,
D. Pann, G. Burg, S. Murray, T.
Fry, L. Hatswell, S. Smith, B.
Rice, K. Kumpf, W. Childs.
Third row: K. Carmer, K. Frey,
P. PeQueen, C. Griffith, C.
Albrecht, J. Meyer, N. Medole,
F. McNutt, K. Keller, B. Miller.
First row: J. Edgewood, A.
Pohl, J. Powell, N. Burt, W.
Johnstone, J. Soika, R. Kar-
cher. Second row: E. Burrows,
E. Pawlick, L. Fry, J.Carrubba,
R. Greiner, A. Wadel, J. Babel,
W. Bruning, D. Marquardt. Third
row: D. Womack, S. Rogers, C.
Kaufman, J. Rohloff, J. Josey,
L. Stegman, M. Brady, R. For-
estel, J. Hudson. Fourth row:
V. Francis, S. Eckerson, J.
First row: R. Robnett, L. Brust,
R. Hake, P. Wehling, M. Sta-
pleton, J.Wi1son, M. Kolipinski.
Second row: S. Williams, T.
Bluhm, D. Wissinger, J. Chap-
man, C. Adamkowski, J. Maul:-
din, T. Pickwick, T. Bontrager,
J. Pask, K. Fromm. Third row:
B. Skellon, R. Massaro, T.
Rehwaldt, D. Rosenberg, D. Sy,
D. Alexander, E. Cummings, K.
Arnold, R. Anderson, M. Stra-
First row: T. Marquardt, S. Bed-
ford, T. Burck, N. Gonsowski,
S. Fischer, K. Joy, G. Oliver.
Second row: M. Newman, L.
Bower, B. Domon, J. Parker, C.
Wissinger, E. Kress, P. Mor-
rison, J. Nixon, D. Reuben.
Third row: T. Jones, F. Luns-
ford, J. Lotz, A. Womack, R.
Karcher, J. Kinne, E. Logan,
W. Campbell, S. Cummings.
Fourth row: M. Roehling, M.
Gerstung, R. Bernsdorf, G. Le-
manski, J. Alexander, B, Bren-
First row: B. Wight, T. Heber-
ling, K. Olaf, L. Marinaccio,
D. Pennock, K. Ribbeck, B.
Wittlinger. Second row: L.
Scrogg, K. Borchert, J. Gere
stung, C. Fiegel, V. Pafk, D.
Baehr, B. Abrams, D. Smith, D.
Berghorn. Third row: J. Hollen-
beck, T. Bistoff, J. Frey, M.
Dembrow, B. Dean, L. Kumpf,
M. Koss, B. Baker, C. Guiz-
zotti. Fourth row: R. Smith, D.
Sescil, L. Wurthman, L. La-
Faive, R. Yaeger, A. Oppel, C.
First row: T. Heri, B. Lega, E.
Flanders, M. Teaven, K. Mur-
phy, M. Childs, C. Meahl.
Second row: M. Lyons, B. Jonas
than, C. Stuchel, D. Eddy, P.
Valente, R.Spillman, D. Fisher,
L. Schubel, M. Spagnuolo, B.
Goeseke. Third row: R. Hoste,
R. Wruck, J. Young, D. Parzych,
L. Printup, A. Abrams, D.
Johnson, A. Abrams, M. Mattioli.
Fourth row: P. Kasperek, D.
Parker, K. Downey, B. Rewaldt,
D. Stahl, V. Mirrione.
First row: B. Borden, M. Wurth-
man, S. Fisher, L. Wetzen, D.
Stahl, P. Kroemer, D. Drachen-
berg. Second row: H. Swiatowy,
C. Spillman, A. Blackman, B.
Haseley, G. Garvey, D. Staples
ton, K. Pawlick, J. Palizay, D.
Kazmierczak. Third row: D.
Swiatowy, C. Fromm, L. Kerr,
D. Pafk, P. Canfield, D. Stan-
ley, P. VanBuren, J. Anderson,
J. Covert. Fourth row: B.
Wright, P. Boskat, M. Nice, J.
Darling, T. Rogers, J. Clark.
First row: J. Ribbeck, M. Brege,
D. Schukraft, L. Kazmierczak,
Y. Yoder, W. Ground, J. Rich-
ardson. Second row: D. McClin-
tock, D. Miles, G. Peters, O.
Kipp, M. McGregor, C. Sowinski,
L. Pechuman, T. Baehr, P. Car-
ges, M. Conibear, R. Kinne.
Third row: L. Neary, D. Nehr-
boss, M. Skomski, M. Steven,
B.Johnson, T.Childs, G. Smith,
L. Printup, T. Albrecht, J. Whit-
locke, A. Smith, J. Mangani.
First row: R.Spillman, D. Brun-
ing, M. Dembrow, P. Santolini,
C. Cummings, S. Hoste, E.Han-
sen. Second row: C. Kumpf, T.
Eldred, K. Christiansen, T.
Knop, L. Rehwaldt, C. Kwitow-
ski, D. Koons, J. Rosenecker,
M. Rosenberg, W. Bruning, S.
Payne. Third row: T. Rudolph,
C. Nicometi, K. Johannes, D.
Wolfe, S. Ribbeck, B. Bedford,
M. Riemer, D. Schrock, J. Camp-
bell, J. Ballow, S. Parker.
First row: C.Johnson, J. Lacki,
D. Hitchcock, T. Milani, J.
Schultz, R. Johannes. Second
row: S. Horner, C. Karcher, M.
Goerlitz, L. Geisler, H. Mc-
Clintock, S. Smith, E.DeYoung,
J. McNutt, S. Muggelberg. Third
row: G. Sparrow, E. Roll, D.
Stegman, J. Keller, G. Bell, R.
Wagner, M. Cummings, D. Gates,
P. Jemison, W. Fitzsimmons.
Fourth row: R. Gillmeister, C.
C. VanBuren, L. Vanice, B.
Putzbach, J. Victor, D. Brown,
First row: D. Bassanello, D.
Kelley, J. Meyer, D. Rebmann,
D. Anderson, R. Barone, D.
Bushhammer. Second row: R.
Reuben, K. Borden, R. Hansen,
R. Campbell, R. Lobur, C. Kwi-
towski, M. Eddy, P. Reynolds,
J. Parker, D. Fry. Third row:
S. Bradfield, R. Cummings, C.
Greiner, D. Stratton, A. Nico-
meti, R. Strahin, L. Jones, M.
Bramley, M. Milam, T. Walker.
Fourth row: K. Nowatchik, N.
Bruner, L. Stegman, B. Taylor,
First row: R. Palizay, M. Tea-
ven, M. Bradley, S. Jones, C.
Corbett, H. Morrison, S. Ellis.
Second row: C. Stuchell, K.
Meinzer, T. Wacker, B. Petere
son, R. Schnitzer, D. Smith, C.
Childs, J. Horton, T. Claude,
C. Bruning. Third row:C. Little,
J. Oliver, D. Lowder, F. Baker,
A. Hollenbeck, D. Chaffee, S.
Rohloff, T. Babel, R. Schmelzle,
M. Eldred. Fourth row: B. Starr,
J. Socha, D. Brucker.
First row: N. Gates, D. Parzych,
J. DeLelys, K. Olson, B. Koel-
ler, M. Ellis, H. Campbell. Sec-
ond rovv: T. Ground, A. Kelley,
L. Nice, B. Litfin, B. Fromm,
G. Printup, M. Swiatowy, A.
Abrams, A. Peters, L. Hitch-
cock. Third row: S. Herrington,
T. Swimline, R. Cummings, T.
Shrock, J. Fischer, D. Stanley,
S. Schlagenhauf, D. Whiting.
First row: M. Hudomint, K. Mur-
phy, F. Jemison, L. Daley, K.
Covrig, L. Ribbeck, R. Ground.
Second row: R. Lauridsen, S.
Snyder, S. Jones, S. Lindke, J.
Trigilio, R. Wilson, R. Koons,
D. Rininsland, P. Carges, R.
Kopp, N. Spagnuolo. Third row:
P. Knapp, V. Bernsdorf, K.
Hensel, R. Pohl, P. Morgan, C.
Hefner, W. Starkweather, C.
Rice, R. Holovics, V. Morrison,
C. Wilkins, M. Schmigel.
First row: J. Smith, R. Cum-
mings, K. Kelley, C. Kolipin-
ski, J. Schnitzer, D. Albright,
L. Vanice. Second row: M. Pann,
D. Schumacher, J. Brand, R.
Durst, R. Gerstung, D. Calla-
han, B. Kinne, H. Mangani, L.
Rice, A. Muck, E. Kasperek.
Third row: M. Moore, P. Al-
brecht, A. Boskat, J. Corbett.
First row: T. Childs, S. Miles,
R. Beers, M. Bassanello, J,
Abraham, A. Stanley, T. Lotz.
Second row: J. Brust, D. Mar-
tinez, N. Bradfield, J. Richard-
son, B. Jonathon, L. Warren, J.
Forrestel, L. Parker, D. Clary,
R. Kerr. Third row: J. Reming-
ton, J. Nicosia, M. Williams,
D. Farrell, D. Hyde, E. Goer-
litz, L. Weibel, M. Routledge,
W. Case, M. Knyter.
First row: N. Bruner, L. Knop,
K. Barone, T. Lewis II, E.
Ground, F. Bushhammer, N.
Hyde. Second row: L. Spagnuolo,
C. Frey, M.Newman, J. Valente,
R. Schalge, S. Raye, A. Mando-
lene, J. Parker, K. Farrell, T.
Surma. Third row: T. Gibbs, B.
Leavitt, T. Conibear, P. Kep-
pler, B. Sweitzer, K. Victor, L.
Jonathan, S. Capan, T. Cory.
First row: C. Blackman, R. Rib-
beck, L. Kipp, M. Kenney, R.
Starr, C. Bednar, C. Strahin.
Second row: P. Childs, J. Pali-
zay, R. Wideman, J. Bulman, K.
Roehling, B. Ribbeck, D. La-
Faive, D. Smith, R. Frey, B.
Kelkenberg. Third row: J. Frey,
P. Schrock, J. Darling, D. Hy-
First row: P. Kazmierczak, D.
Rosenberg, M. Edmister, W.
Tobin, J. Pixley, R. Eddy, C.
Cummings. Second row: K. Mar-
quardt, D. Scoma, C. Bailey, S.
Hake, M. Colopy, R. Guizzotti,
K. Lacki, C. Showers, J. Caple,
A. Odell, T. Cummings. Third
row: R. Alexander, M. Soika, A.
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1. Marilyn Drachenberg 2. Sharon Klingelsmith 3. Diane Neal 4. Kathy Glomb 5. Louis Kraatz 6. Wendell
Bishop 7. Tom Yoder, Carolyn Yoder 8. Bob Lewis 9. Deborah Lindke lO. David Schubel 11. Flora Babel
12. Marjory Kingsley 13.He1en Laese 14.Gail Fox 15.Ken Litfin, Terry Newcomb l6.Bill Robinson l7.Janet
Yousey 18. Karen Baker 19. Betty Lindke 20. Alice DeYoung 21. Becky McLeod 22. Tony Zola 23. Mark
Lauridsen 24. Nancy Corbett 25. Karen Staebell 26. Bob Kenney
An outgrowth of the student council is the STU-
DENT COURT, comprised of a Chief Justice and six
associate justices, a clerk, and a faculty advisor.
The court's obligation is to administer justice and
enforce school regulations, under the Student Coun-
cil's direction and approval.
MONITORS are a familiar sight around A.C.S.
They are posted at various locations throughout the
school. Their function is to instruct, direct, and con-
trol the members of the student body during school
As individual bricks are joined by mortar to form
a strong building, so our students are united into one
harmonious body by the STUDENT COUNCIL.
This yearthe Student Council continued support-
ing our A.F.S. program by actively participating in
the annual pizza sale. They awarded scholarships to
two outstanding students and promoted school spirit
through the sale of booster pins and ribbons.
Student Council officers were:
President - David Schubel
Sr. Vice-President - Tony Zola
jr. Vice-President - David Hoctor
Treasurer - Kathy Deinhardt
Secretary - Karol Pawlick
The aim of the FUTURE FARMERS Of AMERICA
is "to practice brotherhood, honor rural opportunities
and responsibilities, and develop those qualities of
leadership which a future farmer should possess."
The FUTURE HOMEMAKERS of AMERICA met
every Friday during the seventh period. Under the
advisorship of Miss Gertrude Churchill, their motto is
"Toward New Horizons".
The members of the SCIENCE CLUB cover ma-
terial beyond classroom work. Their interests and
abilities determine the type of experiments performed,
under the direction of Mr. George Martiny.
Formaldehyde, microscopes, mice, and fruit-
flies are all familiar objects to the members of the
BIOLOGY CLUB. Its members become acquainted
with the various fields of Biology through first hand
research and experimentation. Through their work
they can begin to better understand and appreciate
the complex mysteries of life.
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Students in the SYMPHONIC BAND
are from the seventh, eighth, and ninth
grades. This opportunity gives them ex-
perience in playing both popular and
classical selections for future member-
ship in the Concert Band.
At Akron there is a place for every-
one who wishes to increase his ability
in instrumental music. Members of the
CONCERT BAND are chosen and placed
on the basis of individual tryouts. Acom-
bination of hard work and determination
yields the fruits of success. They per-
form at various assemblies, two annual
Coffee Concerts, and the Spring Concert
as well as participating in the NYSSMA
Small in size, our MARCHING BAND
is big in quality. Our band represented
A.C.S. in the Memorial Day parade, Erie
County Fair, Syracuse State Fair, Gen-
esee County Fair and in competition they
placed lst at Wolcottsville, lst at Rapids
and 3rd at Elba. They take great pride in
playing good music and in executing
techniques taught by Mr. C.
The ORCHESTRA, under the direc-
tion of Miss Harlin, provided A.C.S. with
both popular and classical selections
during the year. Within the orchestra there
is a smaller group, the String Ensemble,
consisting of musicians judged most tal-
ented in their field.
JUNIOR BOYS GLEE CLUB is a
group of seventh and eighth graders. It
introduces boys to group singing, and
voice control, and it provides an oppor-
tunity to display their musical ability.
The seventh and eighth grade girls
have a chance to display their talents by
being members of JUNIOR GIRLS GLEE
CLUB. As well as providing an opportun-
ity for singing, it teaches them how to
perform in a group and prepares them for
senior high chorus groups.
SENIOR GIRLS GLEE CLUB is com-
posed of Sophomore, junior and Senior
girls who enjoy singing well. Under the
directorship of Mrs. Groves, they capture
the spirit of the musical world by singing
selections at the concerts and some as-
Singing at Akron Central means both
the hard work of a practice and the satis-
faction of a performance. Members of the
VARSITY CHORALE are chosen on the
basis of individual try outs. They perform
at the Christmas and Spring Concerts,
various assemblies, and give added high-
lights to graduation. This year they pre-
sented the musical "Finian's Rainbow"
on March 25 SL 26.
The FRESHIVIAN CHORALE performs
at the annual concerts. It is a group of
students who enjoy singing well and
working toward future membership in Var-
SENIOR HIGH YORKER CLUB has
carried out its purposes of expanded
study of New York history and acquaint-
ance with local interests by active parti-
cipation in certain projects. The club has
visited local industries and historical
sites as a group and also attended a
state Yorker conference at Buffalo in the
spring. Each member is required to turn
in a project during the year. In order to
carry on these activities the Yorker Club
raised money through sponsoring two
dances, a car wash, a bake sale, and a
GRANT CLUB YORKERS is a sev-
enth grade organization whose members
devote their extra time each week to
learn more about the history of New York
State. Participants are members of the
New York State Historical Association.
They have taken their names from the
Grant Club and Grant Pole which was
erected in 1872 in support of Grant for
President of the U.S. The Yorker motto
is "History can be fun".
Each year the Yorkers make a trip
to Cooperstown, N.Y., to view the city in
its great historical setting. Other trips
include the Holland Land Co. Office in
Batavia and visits to local industries
and historical sites.
OCTAGON YORKER CLUB was
founded primarily for those students in-
terested in local and state history. Sev-
eral field trips are taken each year to
nearby points of interest. Students make
projects on local historical sites, indust-
ries, or other interesting places in the
The Club has attended the state
Yorker conventions for the past eight
years. Students hold dances, candy sales,
bake sales, or other fund-raising activi-
ties to raise money for these trips.
The CLINIC STAFF consists of
girls who are interested in the various
types of medical careers or office prac-
tice procedures. They assist the nurse
during free periods. This work helps the
student to gain experience in health prac-
tices while learning to work with other
Representatives of the JUNIOR RED
CROSS participate in local, national, and
international Red Cross activities in our
school: a fund-raising campaign, making
articles for children and adults in hospi-
tals, assisting at the Bloodmobile, and
collecting books for the aged.
The purpose of the FUTURE NURSES
CLUB is to bring together young people
interested in nursing to share their inter-
ests, to explore opportunities in these
fields, to grow as individuals, and to
learn about the community life in which
they will participate.
There is a group of eight seniors
who have met the highest standards of
character, scholarship, leadership, and
service. Membership in the NATIONAL
HONOR SOCIETY is no small honor. It
stands for an average of 8577 and higher,
service to A.C.S., and personal enthusi-
asm for worthwhile projects.
The HI-Y aims at character growth
through extending friendship and service
Th-e girls sponsored service projects:
collecting clothing for the Good Will In-
dustries, making favors for Wende, and a
visit to their "grandfather" at Wende.
Some of the money-raising projects
undertaken this year included baked
goods sales and the Winter Wonderland
The INTERNATIONAL CLUB an-
nually participates in a model U.N. Gen-
eral Assembly sponsored by Western New
York schools and colleges. It is an ac-
tive discussion group. Members are en-
couraged to arm themselves with as much
current information as possibleg thus
they develop an understanding of 20th
Members of the LIBRARY CLUB learn to shelve
books, alphabetize cards, and check library books in
and out. Miss Ellsworth, director, depends upon the
help of these students for many of the operational
tasks so that she can concern herself with helping
the student body, in turn, the students acquire knowl-
edge of library techniques and procedures.
Responsible directly to the Board of Education,
the SUPPLY OFFICE is under the directorship of
Mr. Victor, who is assisted by Lois Granke and Pam-
ela Noody. In the Supply Office, the students of ACS
can obtain all their school supplies. The proceeds of
this organization go to the Student Council and the
Board of Education.
The CHESS CLUB was organized to further the
study and enjoyment of chess in our school. Under
the direction of Mr. Vossler, the Chess Club has
competed with other schools for a league trophy.
This year's Chess Club entered into the champion-
Chess can be an exciting and intriguing game,
requiring careful concentration. Meetings are open to
all who want to come to play and learn more about
the game of chess.
Under the direction of Mr. Carges, the TICKET
SELLERS provided a service at Akron's athletic
events. The students join the Ticket Sellers on a
voluntary basis and often sell tickets in the morning
period, as well as at basketball and football games
The VISUAL AIDS CLUB is composed of boys
whose duties include the operation of lights and cur-
tains on the stage, audio equipment and movie pro-
The main objective of the SENIOR INDUSTRIAL
ARTS CLUB is to encourage interest in industrial
activities and to bestow credit upon deserving mem-
bers. This year's activities included: field trips,
Carea and localj an Amateur Show, and the annual
Family Night Banquet.
Membership in JUNIOR INDUSTRIAL ARTS
CLUB is open to Freshmen and Sophomores who are
enrolled in at least one Industrial Arts course.
Activities are based on and related to industrial
processes. Field trips are made to industries, and
films are often viewed to better acquaint the members
with the industry and technology of our time.
Members of the MODEL CLUB show and discuss
various models to other members of the group such
as cars, airplanes, rockets, ships, trains and other
types of miniature models.
At different times of the year, the main hall foy-
er display case is used to exhibit work done by the
When weather permits, the boys go out-of-doors
and fly or launch flying airplane models and rockets
which at times attain an altitude of 500 feet.
First row: D. Kenney, S. Kozody, S. Stei-
ner, A. Valente, P. Pafk, T. Hitchcock
B. Klawer, G. Olson, M. Lauridsen, D.
Bruner, A. Cory. Second row: D. Brom-
stead, C. Johannes, J. Frey, N. Koeller,
S. Reigle, R. Yaeger, L. Snell, C. Pann
D. Gerstung, L. Criswell, B. Brengel, M.
Stratton, M. Penko. Third row: K. Horner,
J. Jonathan, C. Wilkins, J. Jonathan, W.
Brewer, D. Scarborough, C. Johnson, J.
DeYoung, R. Jost, R. Goeseke, R. Die-
terle, D. Lowder, T. Johnson, S. Die-
terle, Mr. Stapleton. Fourth row: T. Car-
ges, N. Eddy, W. Teaven, J. Wideman,
L. Spears, D. Peruzzini, W. Ball, M. Re-
gan, J. Bohn, D. Palizay, D. Blish, C.
Pickwick, J. Kasperek, S. Pohl
Kuraskiewicz, L. Eldl-ed,
ADVANCED STRING GROUP
First row: D. Blackman, M. Newman, D.
Cummings, C. Hansen, R. Witkop, K.
Baehr, C. Kinne, M. Cheavacci, R. Camp-
bell, K. Stapleton, M. Muchow. Second
row: L. Snyder, B. Baker, C. Graff, N.
Whiting, E. Bruning, V. Jacobsen, R.
Dean, L. Cross, D. Davis, K. Burg, K.
Johnstone, N. Brunner, C. Stewart, Mrs.
Espersen. Third row! M. Novak, K. Co-
vel, J. Sweitzer, M. Muchow, A. Wright,
S. Miller, L. Johannes, N. Schnabel, D.
Flanding, M. Bedford, M. Yousey, S.
Mecca. Fourth row: M. Marconi, L, Socha,
M. Lockhart, T. Lockhart.
TREBLE CLEF CH OIR
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First row: M. Wright, L. Gallo, C. Wag4
ner, C. Ground, R. Hofmeier, S. Schoen-
thal, M. Betzold,K. Staple-ton,C. Claude,
L. Murphy, A. Lauridsen. Second row: C.
Ribbeck, A. Ormsby, D. Lowder, M. Baf
bel, A. Wright, J. Sweitzer, L. Sweitzer,
S. Flanders, R. Ormsby, M. Ground, A.
Stuchell, S. Klehn. Third row: L. GoerQ
litz, K. Brauen, S. Kelly, S. Kingsley, J,
Lafosse, R. Whiting, D. Stock. Absentl
A. Ground, R. Milam.
First row: T. Newcomb, M. Lauridsen, B. Frost, G. Karl, co'captaing J. Bordonaro, co-captainp H. Finger
W. Freeman, T. VanBuren, D. Doxtader. Second row: J. Hawes, J. George, J. Susfolk, T. VanBuren, K. Lit
fin, G. Dieterle, M. White, M. Roberts, R. Zimmerman. Third row: B. Durski, G. Pafk, R. Kenney, J. Martino
W. Asmus, D. Abraham, R. Ball, J. Bower, A. Black. Fourth row: R. Mazzi, P. Leavitt, B. DeYoung.
In one of Akron's most exciting football seasons, the Tigers compiled an un-
defeated C6 wins and l tiej record for Akron's first Niagara-Orleans Championship.
The offense finished first in the league with 103 points, and the defense held its
opponents to only 37.
The defense shut out four teams. In three of these shutouts, the Tigers scored
their only touchdown in the last minute of play, John Hawes against Medina, Mark
Lauridsen against Starpoint, and Joe Bordonaro against Wilson.
Hard work, expert coaching, and an all-around team effort gave Akron the
championship. Hopes of defending this title in '66 are high with an experienced
team returning. Several outstanding sophomores and juniors will combine talents
with a fine JV club for what may be two championships in a row.
I965 Championship Scores
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First row: K. McLeod, mgr., J. Bordonaro, R. Berry, G. Pafk, J. Dean, B. Durski, W
Young. Second row: Mr. Swift, coach, J. Bower, J. Remsen, J. Martino, J. Hawes, P
Leavitt, M. White, R. Zimmerman.
With four sophomore regulars, this year's varsity compiled a won six and lost
eight Niagara Orleans League record. The team was co-captained by junior Paul
Leavitt and sophomore Bob Zimmerman. Bob was also the league's leading scorer.
For the first time, Akron was classified as an "A" school, but this made
little difference in sectional qualifications, Wilson playing for the first time as a
"B" school handily captured the League Championship.
Next year's team will be playing without the services of Paul Leavitt, Joe
Bordonaro, Jim Dean, Brian Durski, and Mahlon White.
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First row: M. Lauridsen, Mr. Schleich, T. Carroll. Second row: C. Keppler, F. Rebmann
T. Coughlin, S. Forrestel, J. Battaglia. Third row: M. Staebell, W. Keppler, J. Holtz, R
White, F. Houlihan. Fourth row: G. Owen, R. Whiting, B. Kenney, D. Remington, J. Lloyd
Plagued by a lack of depth throughout the year, the Akron Tiger-Sharks fin-
ished the season with a won 7, lost 5 record.
The team at half-strength finished third in the 1965-1966 Section VI, Class
A Sectionals behind Grand Island and Springville.
Sorely missed next year will be the Senior Co-captains, Mark Lauridsen and
Dan Carroll. Mark holds the school and Sectional record in the individual medley
and Dan is the school and pool backstroke champion. Hard to replace also will be
our senior diver, James Battaglia, but the squad has a fine nucleus of Juniors
and underclassmen most of whom developed very well during the season.
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AKRON IROQUOIS 62
AKRON ORCHARD PARK 62
AKRON ROYHART-BARKER 69-26
AKRON CLARENCE 54
AKRON OAKFIELD 34
AKRON BARKER-ROYHART 20-57
AKRON DeVEAUX 39
AKRON CLARENCE 67
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First row: H. Doctor, D. Stewart, J. Kostanciak, M. Wilson, M. Zimmer-
man, F. Houlihan, K. Rudolph, F. Koons, D. Wolfe. Second row: B. Kwan-
drans, P. Wheat, C. Burchell, M. George, T. Coughlin, j. Battaglia, P.
Witkowski, j. Owen, A. Kasparek.
The Akron cross-country team had one of their best seasons ever with a record
of eight wins and six losses.
Akron's top runner for the season was Mike George. The following seniors ran
their last meet for Akron: Bob Kwandrans, jim Battaglia, john Owen, and Duane
In this, our second league season, the Akron matmen succeeded in taking
Sth place in the N-O league. The Akron team won six matches, lost seven and
The team is losing seven seniors: Captain, Terry VanBuren, Richard Blick-
ensderfer, Wendell Bishop, Duane Wolfe, Robert Kenny, Terry Newcomb, and Tom
First row: R. Blickensderfer, W, Frost, S. Kraatz, R. Kelly, J. Capan, R.
Golpl, C. Abrams, S. Kwitowski, R.Kenney, W. Bishop, J. Goeseke. Sec-
ond row: Mr. Scappa, W. Freeman, T. Hersee, W. Hawes, R. Manning, D.
Wolfe, T. Newcomb, R. Baehr, T. VanBuren, T. Stuber, R. Mecca, T. Van-
Buren, Mr. Drayer.
First row: K. Staebell, capt., P. Martin, N. Robnett. Second row: G.
Schultz, N. Bruning, A. Sundown, F. Lowder, B. Lindke.
To become a cheerleader, a girl is chosen for her pep, school spirit, interest
in sports, and grades. Cheerleaders are required to be present at all football and
basketball games. In addition to these obligations, they have many practice ses-
sions and frequently lead our pep assemblies. Our cheerleaders deserve much
credit for strengthening our school spirit.
JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS
First row: B. Corbett, K. Pawlick. Second row: N. Eckerson, M. Bordon-
aro, D. Brackett. Third row: N. Carroll, capt., M. Riggio, M. Staebell, G.
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL
First row: R. Mecca, D. Altrogge, A. Corbett, F. Rebmann, J. Remsen, W. Hawes, K.
Bordonaro, R. Manning, R. Berry, T. Golpl, W. Swader. Second row: L. Draper, T. Stuber,
T. Walker, D. Covel, L. Klingelsmith, J. Bower, K. McLeod, J. Newcomb, D. Dietz, R.
Keppler. Third row: P. Feagles, W. Young, T. Rehwaldt, T. Baehr, J. Keller, R. Jemison,
G. Stone, B. Kenney, J. Abraham, J. Finch, T. Lauridsen, R. Hammond, D. Pafk.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
First row: C. Victor, A. Corbett, D. Dietz, K. Bordonaro, J. Keller. Second row: Mr. Sil-
vernail, coach, M. Pacer, P. Feagles, P. Witkowski, J. Newcomb, J. Abraham.
First row: W. Morrison, P. McConkey, D. Lauridsen, D. Heberling, P. Forrestel. Second
row: Mr. Stevens, Coach, R. Schaefer, M. Reinke, J. Geddes, J. Sowinski, R, Borden.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL
First row: K. McLeod, B. Kenney, R. Berry, J. Fahey, G. Pafk, T. LauridsenLSecond row:
K. Bordonaro, G. Stone, P. Wagner, W. Hawes, j. Remsen, D. Remington. Third row: Mr.
Silvernail, D. Dietz, W. Frost, W. Asmus, J. Abraham, W. Swader.
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First row: T. Love, L. Cummings, C. Lindke, P. Kyser, N. Carroll, V. Bower, N. Robnett,
E. Truax. Second row: J. Rosenberg, D. Reuben, K. Weaver, Co.capt., M. Staebell, K.
Staebell, P. Martin, A. De-Young, K. Pawlick, capt., D. Wheeler, C. Balch.
"To the pitch with the mighty play on!" is the familiar cry of
the Akron field hockey team. Field hockey, the only women's sport
to be completely controlled by its participants has become one of
the fastest growing inter-scholastic sports in our country. Although
a good hockey game must have individuals, experienced in foot-
work and stickwork, field hockey's greatest need is co-ordinated
This year's field hockey team was dominated by eleven vet-
eran seniors allowing the team to have both a strong and smoothly
functioning defense and offense. Although plagued by bad weather,
poor pitch conditions, close games involving many freak goals, the
"Akron Girls' were satisfied.
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First row: N. Brunner, A. Lauridsen, M. Lauridsen, P. Ellis, N. Schnabel, L. Schnabel,
C. Slewart, M. Muchow, C. Pan. Second row: L. Varo, M. Marconi, S. Martin, M. Forrestel,
M. Bordonaro, B. Lloyd, L. Bordonaro, P. Lega, P. Montville, S. Schafer, D. Reuben.
Third row: M. Stapleton, J. Peters, G. Owen, K. Pawlick, G. Staebell, M. Bruning, J. De-
Young, R. Whiler, D. Slade, A. Keller, S. Blake. Fourth row: C. Schoenwetter, R. Haas,
D. Wheeler, S. Steiner, M. Staebell, B. Martiny, C. Burchell, A. Forrestel, J. Lawrence,
S. Geddes, M. George, M. DeYoung.
The synchronized swimming team has demonstrated the beauty of precision timing and tech-
nique of water ballet in such features as "Around the World in 80 Days", "South Pacific", and
this year's "Theme from Current Productionsn. The ballet program is composed of solos, duets,
and several group performances written and produced by the students themselves.
The existence of the Akra-Aquas has encouraged more girls to participate in swimming and
has brought to Akron an appreciation of the symmetry and grace of water ballet.
JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY
First row: B. Corbett, S. Steiner, M. Bordonaro, G. Staebell, C. Geyer, B. Martiny, M. De-
Young, J. Lawrence. Second row: A. Forrestel, Capt., M. Anderson, C. Sutton, P. Milani,
C. Burchell, B. Powell, J. Odell, B. Kwiatkowski.
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First row: J. Battaglia, Terry VanBuren, Tim VanBuren, D. Campbell, M. Ground, B. Par
ker, D. Lewis, M. George, J. Hawes, M. Wilson. Second row: A. Edmister, Mgr., R. Man
ning, R. Mecca, J. Newcomb, V. Sundown, L. Moses, D. Swader, M. Zimmerman, L. Draper
R. Jemison, R. Love, R. Borden, Mgr. Third row: G. George, B. Hammond, T. Carroll, D
Doxtader, B. Kwandrans, M. White, P. Wheat, G. Payne, B. Freeman, J. Hellert, M. Rob
berts, E. Wilson, B. Wyder, J. Bordonaro, Coach Scappa.
This year's team again competed with respectable results
under the skillful direction of coaches Angelo Scappa and Van
Swift. The team won two of their four triangular meets and placed
first in several events in both the All-League meet and sectional
The tennis team did not finish high in the league standings,
but the superb playing of two seniors, John Edwards and Brian Mc-
Coy, kept the sport on a highly competitive level throughout the
First row: J. Eckerson, T. Stapleton, J. Edward, B. MacCoy, D. Kruschke, M. Matynka
Second row: T. Welsh, R. Doktor, J. Griffiths, D. Abraham, J. Kostanciak.
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First row: CO-Captains P. Wagner, J. Remsen. Second row: D. Wolfe, W. Young, K. Litfin,
P. Leavitt, D. Cummings. Third row: A. Black, K. Blish, G. Dieterle, R. Zimmerman,
In 1965, Akron had a successful season with a record of six wins and four
losses in Niagara-Orleans League play.
One Of the highlights of the season was the opening contest against Royhart
in which Allan Black hurled a 3-0 no-hitter. In the second game, freshman Bob
Zimmerman shutout Starpoint 5-0.
This year the team lost co-captains jim Remsen and Pete Wagner along with
outfielders Dave Cummings, Darwin Chapman. and 1st baseman Ken Blish. A fine
squad is returning, paced by the Tiger's leading hitter Gary Dieterle. Gary fin-
ished with a .406 average in '65,
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SENIOR HIGH BOYS INTRAMURALS
First row: B. Kelley, R. Berry, S. Kwiatkowski, R. Golpl, D. Gallo, J. Hollenbeck, C. Abrams, R. Moore,
R. Rudolf, B. Kenney. Second row: B. Frost, L. Klingelsmith, B. Hawes, R. Mecca, T. Golpl, A. Corbett,
B. Moleski, T. Pryzbos, J. Griffiths, T. Lauridsen, J. Goeseke, D. Remington. Third row: R. Baehr, T. Van
Buren, G. Dieterle, K. McLeod, C. Victor, P. Feagles, D. Dietz, J. Abraham, R. Manning, K. Bordonaro, J.
Eckerson, J. Newcomb, M. Pacer, K. Kostanciak, R. Kumro, R. Zimmerman, W. Freeman, W. Swader, J.
SENIOR HIGH GIRLS INTRAMURALS
First row: F. Wronowicz, N. Carroll, P. Kyser, K. Lindke, S. Poodry, K. Pawlick, D. Wheeler, A. Sundown,
M. Bordonaro, D. Reuben, G. Schultz, A. Uljanov, P. Smith, S. Olsen, J. Rosenberg. Second row: S. Steiner,
A. Forrestel, D. Pask, V. Ground, N. Eckerson, M. Sundown, N. Bruning, N. Yohn, P. Milani, S. Ceisner,
S. Lowder, S. Cummings, L. Wronowicz, G. Staebell, L. Peck, C. Geyer, S. Jemison, D. Pafk, B. Powell.
Third row: S. Brant, K. Parker, B. Lindke, P. Dean, J. Jemison, F. Lowder, M. Logan, B. Corbett, M. Stae-
bell, K. McGregor, M. Riggio, C. King, D. Brackett, J. Lawrence, K. Pawlick, C. Sutton, J. Odell, P. Hib-
bard, C. Burchell, B. Martiny, C. Kopacz, P. Halecki, M. George, B. Totten, M. DeYoung.
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JUNIOR HIGH BOYS INTRAMURALS
First row: K. Kenney, D. Blackman, W. Schnabel, P. George, D. Reuben, J. Guizotti, C. Rebman, T. Schu-
macher, M. Noody, C. McGregor, S. Kenney, D. Dietz, W. Skye, M. Bassanello, E. Stanley, M. Hatswell
R. Womack, J. Regan. Second row: D. Edwards, B. Gerstung, D. Krupski, B. Tippett, B. Asmus, C. Rosen-
burg, J Abraham, D. Johnson, J. Kress, T. Brackett, L. Bradley, D. Mecklenberg, T. Kennedy, H. Pechu-
man, J. Johnson, D. Gerstung. Third row: M. Ribbeck, F. Gietz, J. Parker, M. Houlihan, D. Peters, R
Kelkenberg, L. Reuben, L. Feagles, D. Jobe, D. Remington, B. Glomb, J. Peters, J. Bower, D. Leavitt, G
Smith, L. Logan. S. Walker, J. Freeman, L. Brewer, T. Yousey, P. Battaglia, R. Steiner, K. Schultz, S
Parker, D. Bow, D. Stone, D. Altrogge, R. Hutchinson, G. Bernier, N. Kedzierski, T. Schubel.
JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS INTRAMURALS
First row: M. Reynolds, A. Kopacz, L. Domon, P. Montville, M. Wideman, M. Forrestel, S. Martin, B. Lloyd,
B. Borden, D. Stewart, D. Koons, B. Bower, D. Nicosia, C. Furminger, A. Bower, M. Parzych, C. Childs.
Second row: D. Slade, A. Printup, R. Haas, S. Rodgers, M. Schoenthal, J. DeYoung, P. Poodry, S. Porter,
R. Mecca, K. Leavitt, M. Bruning, D. Bluhm, C. Zimmerman, S.Knopp, L. Perry, A. Keller, C. Abrams, N.
Cope, T. Horner, B. Weaver. Third row: K. Swiniarski, R. Weiler, E. Houlihan, J. Mann, C. Winters, M.
Ribbeck, L. Dieterle, S. Leeds, S. Oldenski, D. Cummings, N. Kraatz, K. Pawlick, N. Finger, K. Pawlick,
A. Sundown, D. Wheeler, S. Blake, S. Kowalik, L. Mauldin, N. Kolipinski, L. Bettio,P. Kozody, L. Pask,
C. Peck, K. Finger, J. Peters.
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STUDENT COUNCIL CABINET
First row: D. Hoctor, D. Schubel, A. Zola, Mr. Bork-
holder. Second row: K. Pawlick, H. Laese, R. Lewis,
J. Yousey, K. Deinhardt.
First row: C. Burchell, L. Kraatz, E. Keehn. Second
row: A. Zola, D. Hoctor, D. Schubel, J. Remsen, Mr.
First row: K. Borden, J. Smith, D. Hoctor, N. Cor-
bett, J. Socha, S. Wands. Second row: P. George, G.
Cummings, S. Ceisner, J. Bower, K. Denton, P. Mc-
Leod, D. Reigle, Mr. Hood. Third row: S. Geddes, C.
Sutton, C. Doxtader, L. Kraatz, P. Johnson, D.
Schultz. Fourth row: B. Eckert, P. Witkowski, C.
Reigle, C. Lowder, C. Bohn.
First row: K. Deinhardt, K. Pawlick, D. Schubel, A.
Zola, D. Hoctor. Second row: S. Geddes, M. Staebell,
C. Sutton, G. Staebell, P. Milani, S. Brackett, A.
Forrestel, D. Cummings, K. Taylor. Third row: J.
Bordonaro, F. Lowder, H. Laese, C. Mattioli, D.
Pafk, R. Lewis, J. Eckerson, G. Fox, J. Yousey, P.
Martin, S. Forrestel.
First row: J. Owen, D. Totten, L. Neuroth, T. Bart-
ram, D. Richardson, K. Pagels, Second row: R. Wy-
der, R. Blickensderfer, N. Baker, R. Remsen, P.
Zola, Mr. Rozelle. Third row: M. Logel, C. Ciurzyn-
ski, R. Rehwaldt, H. Rosenburg, R. Bartram, D.
First row: C. Doxtader, G. Cummings, J. Baker, S.
Bartlett, P. Noody, J. Socha, L. Granke. Second row:
P. Balch, W. Brust, L. Noody, S. Sprucker, J. Cum-
mings, J. Cummings, D. Swader, P. Halecki, Miss
Churchill. Third row: L. Cummings, L. Hartwig, M.
LaRocca, M. Winters, E. Laese, B. Socha. Fourth
row: S. Brayley, C. Kopacz, L. Webster, M. Cummings.
First row: R. Muck, D. Pogel, D. Hoctor, T. Cough-
lin, M. Rood, R. Ribbeck. Second row: W. Bishop, R.
Kenney, R. Blickensderfer, S. Forrestel, W. Robin-
son, K. Litfin, D. Kruschke, Mr. Martiny.
First row: S. Pagels, S. Bassanello, K. McLeod, J.
Eckerson, R. Manning, B. Hollenbeck, J. Wilson.
Second row: L. Klingelsmith, K. McLeod, S. Walters,
P. Porter, R. Peters, M. Witkowski, M. Truglio, G.
Fox, Mrs. Brown. Third row: J. Griffiths, R. Mecca,
D. Dietz, R. Doktor, K. Bordonaro, B.Kenney.Fourth
row: G. Stone, D. Jamieson, T. Walker, W. Freeman.
First row: S. Schaller, A. DeYoung, S. Steiner, M.
Downey, B. Wilson. Second row: M. Brewer, L.
Kraatz, S. Zimmerman, S. Begiers, S. Bassanello, C.
Reigle, N. Carroll, K. Pawlick, K. Anderson, W.
Swader, T. Newcomb. Third row: R. Peters, P. Ky-
ser, S. Klingelsmith, A. Kasperek, D. Gallo, R.
Steiner, L. Kraatz, K. Kasperek, S. Bishop, D.
Reigle, S. Parker, C. Hall, T. Fenton. Fourth row:
B. Murray, K. Pagels, J. Eckerson, K. Litfin, S.
Bork, C. Walters, B. Groff, P. Zola, D. Kruschke,
First row: M. Downey, L. Bishop, N. Kraatz, D.
Slade. Second row: N. Parker, J. Bitterman, K. Fin-
ger, S. Kowalik, C. Zimmerman, K. Fry, K. Anderson,
K. Pawlick, J. Brewer, C. Geyer. Third row: T.
Blacklock, S. Bishop, S. Parker, J. Peters, A. Claude,
B. Gerstund, R. Steiner, K. Kasperek, A. Kasperek.
Fourth row: M. Zola, P. Forrestel, L. Brewer. Fifth
row: E. Prapost, K. Kevin, J. Carges, C. Crane, R.
Nehrboss, T. Schubel, J. Freeman, L. Feagles, M.
Uljanov, N.Roll, M. Forrestel, P.Montville, M. Wide-
man, M. Jalitus, N. Ceisner, H. DeLelys, C. Copoly.
First row: H. Blueye, M. Truglio, J. Lawrence, L.
Spears, M. Brown. Second row: R. Mecca, C. Kubis,
K. Hudson, P. Schukraft, M. Hammond, T. Blish, S.
Knopp, B. Lindke, B. Jago, K. Covert, J. Hurne.
Third row: S. Steiner, E. Keehn, M. Downey, S. Zim-
merman, W. Swader, T. Fenton, D. Kruschke, D.
Swader, A. Kasperek. Fourth row: J. Eckerson.
SENIOR HIGH YORKERS
First row: S. Geddes, J. Smith, S. Steiner, G. Stae-
bell, M. Brust, A. Cometto, S. Thompson. Second
row: Mrs. Balizer, R. Payne, D. Brackett, W. Ritecz,
R. Doktor, G. Owen, D. McLeod, B. Powell, A. Cor-
bett, L. Peck, Mr. Canfield. Third row: C. Burchell,
P. Hibbard, B. Martiny, R. Peters, R. Berry, K. Bor-
donaro, A. Forrestel, R. Manning. Fourth row: M.
DeYoung, R. Mecca, P. Kyser, D.Wight, D. Abraham,
C. Victor, L. Draper, P. Lewis. Fifth row: E. Wolak,
B. Bradley, D. Pogel, T. Coughlin, J. Eckerson, R.
Hammond, F. Houlihan.
First row: A. Kopacz, K. Finger, D. Bluhm, J. Bitter-
man, B. Borden, N. Kolipinski, B. Lindke. Second
row: N. Johnstone, C. Ritecz, R. Bedford, M. Schoen-
thal, N. Finger, B. Conibear, B. Etzold, L. Mauldin,
Mr. Stock. Third row: R. Regan, E. Forrestel, K.
Fromm, L. Feagles, R. Hutchinson, T. Blacklock,
J. Schumacher, K. Kenney.
GRANT CLUB YORKERS
First row: M. Wideman, M. Forrestel, S. Kenney, J.
Christensen, R. Womack, L. Bordonaro, T. Brackett.
Second row: M. Zola, A. Printup, T.Horner, L. Stuch-
ett, L. Stanley, L. Schoenthal, K. Karcher. Third
row: J. Carges, P. McConkey, L. Smith, D. Sowinski,
J. Brewer, W. Schnabel, B. Tippett, Mr. Drayer.
Fourth row: P. Burdick, S. Rogers, E. Houlihan, T.
Blish, D. Slade, M. Parzych, C. Barkewity, M. Jali-
tus. Fifth row: K. Leavitt, C. Peck, K. Swiniarski,
R. Weiler, M. Uljanov.
JUNIOR RED CROSS
First row: G. Fox, E. Parker, S. Poodry, Second row:
P. Mirrione, Mrs. Bachellor.
First row: J. Spaeth, E. Parker, S. Bartlett, H. Blu-
eye. Second row: Mrs. Bachellor, S. Poodry, F. Low-
der, N. Sutton.
FUTURE NURSES CLUB
First row: J. Brucker, T. Whiting, Mrs. Bachellor.
Second row: K. Yousey, M. Hansen, B. Eckert.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
First row: H. Blueye, M. Truglio, S. ,Klingelsmith
Second row: T. Zola, R. Kenney, C. Balch, R. Blick-
ensderfer, W. Bishop.
First row: H. Blueye, S. Forrestel. Second row: D
Hoctor, Mr. Helwig, D. Schubel, A. Zola, R. Mecca
First row: G. Schultz, J. Spaeth, G. Fox, L. Babiarz
K. Weaver, K. Dylag, L. Lloyd. Second row: D.
Ritecz, L. Cummings, S. Wands, N. Robnett, E
Truax, C. Bohn, P. Johnson, C. Mattioli, M. Staple
ton. Third row: N. Corbett, J. Lawrence, P. McLeod
M. Joslyn, K. Tippett, B. Schoenthal, D. Kuraszkie-
wicz. Fourth row: B. Lindke, L. Kraatz, K. Covert
First row: C. Geyer, A. Cometto, J.Keller, S. Thomp-
son, J. Keller, L. Schafer, P. Halecki. Second row
N. Eckerson, C. Balch, N. Parker, D. Reuben, A
Mattei, J. Baker, M. Hanson, J. Mattioli, Miss Ells-
worth. Third row: S. Bartlett, A. Kelkenberg, D
Moore, D. Kuraszkiewicz, L. Jacobsen, E. Honesber
ger, J. Rosenberg. Fourth row: M. McCormick, D
Kumro, K. Baehr, M. Winter, J. Brucker, L. Winter
First row: L. Granke, Mr. Victor, P. Noody.
CH ESS CLUB
First row: K. Wolfe, R. Muck, K. Anderson, W. Bish-
op, M. DeYoung. Second row: D. Kruschke, F. Houli
han, D. Hoctor, R. Blickensderfer, Mr. Vossler.
First row: K. Tippett, P. Carroll, E. Keehn, C. Mat
tioli, N. Corbett, G. Fox, G. Becker. Second row: M
Riggio, K. Taylor, L. Cantie, P. Witkowski, B. Eld
red, C. Bohn, D. Bucceri, C. Carges, R. Doktor
First row: H. Hartwig, B. Murray. Second row: Mr
Eckerson, D. Kruschke, M. Miller.
SENIOR INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB
First row: D. Swader, C. Schoenwetter, M. Cummings
H. Hartwig. Second row: Mr. Hollenbeck, B. Murray
R. Baehr, P. Schoenwetter.
JUNIOR INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB
First row: S. Kwiatkowski, E. Berghorn, R. Swader
B. Wilson, B. Richardson, W. Moleski, D. DeFries
Second row: G. Schultz, R. Moore, R. Glena, J
Goeseke, R.Kumro, R. Hammond, M. Best, Mr. Suttel
Third row: G. Becker, K. Kasperek, D. Leeds, T
Walker, C. Miller, F. Rebmann, D. Errick.
SENIOR MODEL CLUB
First row: R. Golpl, R. Swader, D. Stewart, W. Ritecz
D. Lowder, K. Fry. Second row: C. Ciurzynski, D
Schmigel, G. Becker, R. Brege, P. Schoenwetter
Mr. Latko. Third row: H. Hartwig, M. Cummings, M
Miller, C. Schoenwetter.
THE BANK OF AKRON
BUFFALO SHEET METAL, INC.
C 84 E TELEVISION AND APPLIANCE
CORBETT LUMBER AND BUILDERS
DANDE FARMS COUNTRY CLUB, INC.
SENIOR CLASS, T966
AKRON OIL CORPORATION - SWANSON
CASSIOL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC.
COLD SPRINGS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
FORD GUM AND MACHINE COMPANY, INC.
GEORGIA - PACIFIC BESTWALL GYPSUM DIVISION
ROBERT E. KILLIP, JOSTEN'S, INC.
BERT MESLER FORD, INC.
NATIONAL GYPSUM COMPANY
PERRY'S ICE CREAM COMPANY
PIXLEY'S BELLS I.G.A. SUPERMARKET, INC.
ROCHESTER BUTTON FACTORY
SWEENEY CHEVROLET, INC.
WHITING ROLL-UP DOOR SALES CORPORATION
CLARENCE WIEDENBECK COMPANY, INC.
Akron Lumber and Builders
Akron Lions Club, lnc.
Akron Service Garage
Akron Shopping Guide
The Aladdin Shop
Al's Barber Shop
S. B. Anderson and Sons
Bernhardt Funeral Home
Beyser Building Products
Blew Equipment Inc.
R. F. Burchell, D.D.S.
Ciametti's Barber Shop
Corbett Brothers Concrete and
Haydite Block Manufacturing
Dr. Stanley W. Feller
Floyd Hitchcock, D.V.M.
Howie's Barber Shop
Insurance by Dye, lnc.
J 81 l Supermarket
Kendall's Express, Inc.
Glendon H. Klingelsmith,
Kranz Koin Laundry
Millaine Kennel, reg.
Park Lunch Restaurant
Park View Beauty Salon
Peterson's Drug Store
Dr. C. F. Phillips
Renn and Ceisner
Ross Funeral Home, lnc.
Salvatore's Barber Shop
Schoolhouse Gift Shop
Shaw Wood Specialties, lnc
Stone's Drug Store
Alex C. Smith, Inc.
Ralph G. Stanbury
Charles F. Taylor Insurance
Fred E. Thomas, lnc.
Tri-City Electric Company, Inc
Village Liquor Store
Ahbott's Akron Service Garage
Jumpin' Joe and Sword-dancer
John Capan Kathy and Sylvia
Hotel Akron Pat and Peg
Park Delicatessen Mr. and Mrs. Edward Allen
Rohlr-Wynn Men's Wear
Mr. and Mrs.
Grover H. Bates
Mr. and Mrs Willard Cummings Mr. and Mrs Ellsworth L. Brown
Mr. and Mrs Benjamin DeYoung, Jr Mr. and Mrs Joseph Brusky
Mr. and Mrs. Harold DeYoung MT- and MTS- HGIIFY CHFEBS
Mr. and Mrs Michael George Miss Gertrude Churchill
Mr. and Mrs John Hart, Jr. Mf- and MVS- JGFYY DFHYBI'
Mr. and Mrs Robert M. Hutchinson Mr- and MIS- J0hlI ECKOFSOII
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Johnson MF- and MTS- ROUGH GHUIMS
Mr. and Mrs Richard Kraatz Mf- alll! MVS Affhllf GENES
Mr, and Mrs warm Mmm Mr. and Mrs Richard N. Groves
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Owen MiSS Mafilllll Hiflill
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
C. P. Staeoell
Alice, Lin and Terri
Debbie and Kim
Fox and Mann
Kathy Dylag and Kay Lorraine
Greg, John and Paul
Henri, Helen and Margaret
Joyce, Lynne and Nancy
Mr. Frank Helwig
Mr. Richard Jenkins
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
l.lr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
William F. Smith
Mr. Albert Vossler
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Daniels
1. Paulette Martin 2. Joyce Flint 3. Marcia Joslyn 4. Margaret Truglio 5. Ken
Pagels 6. Joyce Lawrence 7. Colette Reigle 8. Jerome George 9. Joan Spaeth
10. David Borden 11. Joe Bordonaro 12. Sylvia Schaller 13. Ben De Young
14. Karen Pawlick 15. Lynne Kraatz 16. John Walters 17. Greg Remington 18. Kathy
Yousey 19. Mary Stanbury 20. Elsa Keehn 21. Judy Mann 22. Tom Hersee 23. Dan-
ny Carroll 24. Brian Dickinson 25. John Hart 26. Carol Mattioli 27. Diane Wheeler
28. Peg Johnson 29. John Owen 30. Mahlon White 31. Terri Stone 32. Kathy
Weaver 33. Nancy Robnett 34. Eileen Truax 35. Henrietta Blueye 36. Marilyn
Leeds 37. Dale Hutchinson 38. Mike Socha 39. Betty Kwiatkowski 40. Pat Schmi-
gel 41. Allan Black 42. Jim Battaglia 43. David Frey 44. Paul Schoenwetter
45. Laura Cummings
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