Akron Central School - Akronite Yearbook (Akron, NY)

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Z t wfsfgm,.f1wh,.s::sst2fffzf:--rif'-fm,an 'Q .' "Yes sir, officer, I saw the sign." L. "I'hat's what you get for having such animal mag- netism, Mike." "Well, l really don't know." "Daddy, I want you to meet some- body." "Ain't she sweet?" "Watch out, 007, it'1l blow up!" "Sure, Smothers, we believe you, it's a halo pa "Kenny's low man on the totem pole 'TM felling NHHCY-H again! eighteen e .,WA ' f. X 'Lg Peace Recognize anybody? The Warsaw Quartet "Why? . . . Why not?" "So this is America!" Guess who? WA.. you please get out of here with that ca.mera?!" And this is what we learn in gym. nineteen -fl. The Three Stooges BRENDA DOMON MARILYN DOWNEY twenty KEITH EWALD KAREN FINGER NANCY FINGER PETER FORRESTEL tWCI1ty-OIIC ALAN FOSTER JOHN FREEMAN KEITH FRY CATHLEEN FURMINGER twenty-two FELISBERTO GARRIDO JUDY GASKILL JOSEPH GEDDES PATRICK GEORGE twenty-three BRYAN GERSTUNG DOUGLAS HART MARCIA HARTL MARK HATSWELL twenty-four MARY HOCTOR LOIS HOFMEIER MICHAEL HOULIHAN RICHARD HUTCHINSON twenty-five NANCY JOHNSTONE DONALD JONES JOANNE KAHL ROGER KELKENBERG twenty-six TIMOTHY KENNEDY SHIRLEY KNAPP ANNE KOPACZ SUANN KOWALIK tWCI'lty-SCVCII NANCY KRAATZ JAMES KRESS x l Q1 Q ei 2 I f xg, .,,,x Af .Qilxfuj r , U ., HR, amass: ,- gf' J J Sw. C ul., ,s,1, '.'1 ww X? x 4 . wJ.f-f- Q. I xo un 0 ' .IO 'X DAVID KRUPSKI LINDA MAULDIN GE thirty ROSEMARY MECCA DALE MECKLENBERG ROSE MUGGELBERG DONNA MURPHY thirty-one BRIAN NEHRBOSS PETER NOODY DANIEL ODELL STEPHEN PARKER thirty-two KAY PAWLICK HERBERT PECHUMAN JEFFREY PETERS in ,. ROBIN POLLACK DEBORAH PIXLEY thirty-three SANDRA PORTER EDWARD PRAPOST CHARLES REBMANN thirty-four ROBERT REGAN DENNIS REMINGTON GREGORY STANLEY MARLENE RIBBECK thirty-five CHRISTINE RITECZ CHARLES ROSENBERG CHARLES RUSSELL MARILYN SCHOENTHAL thirty-six KEITH SCHULTZ JERRY SHROCK JOSEPH SCHUMACHER THOMAS SHISLER thirty-seven LINDA SNYDER MICHAEL SPRINGER w RICHARD STEINER DALE STONE thirty-eight SEAN WALKER SHEILA WANDS LINDA WEAVER ROBERT WEBSTER thirty-nine ELAINE WERNER MARK WIK TEH? 94: ' 1: Q23 55 it ,A oil pug..-u I as-M' C . , Tm 2 I " " M av, f f ' gig, I . EDWARD WINTER TERRENCE YOUSEY COLLETTE ZIMMERMAN forty LOREN REUBEN Seniors Not Pictured: JAMES BITIERMAN DAVID EDWARDS BRUCE GLOMB MICHAEL GRONAU DENNIS HUDOMINT CHESTER LOGAN MICHAEL 0'CONNOR EDMUND PARKER DANIEL PETERS THOMAS RICHARDSON DONN STEGMAN arse FELISBER TO GARRIDO Felisberto Garrido was the 1970 Akron A.F.S. stu- dent. 'iGar,, came from Brazil to live in Akron at the home of Lawson Finger on East Avenue. During the 1970 school year, Car carried a full aca- demic load, including math twelve and physics. He also participated in sports as a member of the cross country and wrestling teams. As a foreign exchange student, he also took part in any A.F.S. activities, including a student exchange which took him to East Aurora for a week. Car lists the samba and Italian foods as two of his favo- rites. Everyone at Akron Central enjoyed getting to know Car and we all wish him every success in his future. forty-one 5 Senior Class Cabinet: Jeff Peters, student council representativeg Sue Kowalik, treasurerg Nancy Finger, vice presidentg Nancy Kraatz, secretaryg Jan Bitter- man, student courtg Linda Mauldin, student council alternate, .lim Bitterman, president. The theme of the 1969 prom was Indla The king and queen were Stev en Kraatz and M1 chele Bordonaro. The prince and princess were Dale Stone and Cathy Furminger. CLASS UF 1970 A CTIVITIES In October, the Senior class held a dance to help raise money for the prom. The band was the "Subconscious Mindf' The Sadie Hawkins Dance was held in November. forty-two 1 9' i Q Most members of the class of 1970 started school at Akron Elementary School in 1956. We left that school in 1964 when we moved into the high school building. We probably first started to think of ourselves as a class in 1965 when we entered the freshman class. Throughout high school we have sponsored dances, car washes, and bake sales to raise money for our junior and senior proms. During our senior year, we were fortunate enough to have an advisor who was willing to fight for us and de- fend our right to certain privileges, including the senior lounge. Our advisor was Mrs. Mona Gaddis. The class of 1970 is unique in many ways. We can still remember the old cafeteria, the old auditorium, the old bus garage. We will always remember Mr. Johnson, Miss Richardson, and Mr. Allen. During our senior year, the whole world seemed to change in many ways. We exper- ienced the Vietnam War Moratorium, the draft lottery and the moon landings. We can only hope that ACS will remember and miss us as much as we will remember and miss it. forty three forty-four 1 "B U T TODA Y WELL LI VED MAKES EVERY YES TERDA Y A DREAM OF HAPPINESS " orty-five NIA GABA-ORLEANS FOOTBALL ,nt Q ? G 1 4 1 A Q L ,Moon law.. .-. 2 15' ,fv , r r ' V '-, K'f:,-,- --n f X ff K -ul,':rfv-.- 'W """ , elfirifgyizrvg' fi f r, - f ' 3 . 2 "3 ' A X Q. A x 5'-ass , ' , ,, x V "4""'f'. 4 .' Wi. . fn V ' 'A " M: 1 ' W V' I gn , ' -Q t: , Q W .1 If ' A . ' H . v - ' Q we sf -1 ' Y cf .I ra.. . -H ' Fw- , , :Th -.- X , M. Xgf Jw R. 4' -.1 , Q fi . 'X ,-1155,-i ef Ni, W ' 1' f l N fnfcuv, , ,Sl 3:5 E,,,lg,M , , ,J A L'-- JN. ,. A '. 1' 1 Y! ' xY::Ar. 4 - V ,, T 2 X ,, X 'ii 'fx frgtgi N -K x A Aix ' A A xp I' H' - ' J , . an J, 5 L5 fog bfi E,:5k,k .,L, j 5,y,q157 5 , . wr ,V , Y -. V f . in jg, K 5 f.4-fqfgiwyegg ,,-. . 5, A I W, f kky. 5i,g,Vq, f- - A A . "L' 'ffffEff?1i1-- " A ' A iflrfw 7 V . . . I 2 -A :5fIEL1SQfiE V lr 252151-E"'fi F' Kiflylf 'TQ' irfxirf 'fumil 71V ff? I - 4' "ff3f".'-Disk? gf: . ,:4S:p,'if:E5vfi,v,:f7f bfi: ' 'if f"7'i'4i .i 'RFQ' kv P upfzfgl-M.-fr: f-,qi4g,f' t:-+9 fl,-, inf, -,W-f 'ff 'Q "' Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron 6 DeSales - 28 Albion - 32 Newfane - 12 Wilson - 8 Roy-Hart - 36 ,' . ":'l'Xn.0'uKa ' ' 1 - 4 ASQ ,sv -, .' 4 an ax Akron Akron .5 Akron mi? is 4- A1 1 i N ' 'r A i Q , 5, ..- ft 2' - -. 'gy ,., , in KA ,f wg t .513 . ..X , . 8 I 2 jr 4- bi if 1 PF L' . O 'X si' ig' 's' KA . 'iw' 1 I s 'P in Ks I 1' Medina - 4-2 Cheektowaga - 34 Starpoint - 34 k . an E61 vs A 5' At 1 A l forty-six MQ A mi' TRI-COUNTY FIELD HOCKEY forty-eight VARSITY HOCKEY SCORES Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Pavillion - 1 Warsaw - 1 Warsaw - 2 Pembroke - 1 Alexander - 1 Batavia - 0 Senior Hockey Players: Row 1: Robin Pollack Barbara Borden, Cathy Furminger, Suann Kowal k Row 2: Christine Abrams, Kay Pawlick, Collett Zimmerman, Linda Mauldin JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL f. g Akron - 14 DeSales - 16 Akron - 16 Roy-Hart - 12 Akron - 2 Albion - 6 Akron - A6 Medina - 20 Akron - 111- Newfane - 6 Akron - 18 Cheektowaga - 6 Akron - 20 Wilson - 0 Akron 1 6 Starpoint - 24 .IUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY Akron - 1 Pavillion - 1 Akron - 1 Pembroke - 0 Akron - 1 Alexander " 2 Akron - O Warsaw - 0 Akron - 1 Batavia - 1 forty-nine QSM VARSITY WRESTLING RECORD: Won 3 Lost 10 Mike Springer and John Abraham second in league. Roger Pixley, Tom Barkewitz, and Mike Keller fourth in league. SECTIONALS: finished 12th OUTSTANDING RECORDS: Mike Springer finished with score of 14-3-1, finished 4th in sectionals. John Abraham fin- ished with score of 8-3. MIKE SPRINGER Coach Drayer 1969-1970 SEASON: Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Wilson 33 Roy-Hart 24 Newfane 36 Albion 1 1 Medina 50 Wilson 29 Starpoint 37 Roy-Hart 29 Barker 21 Nichols 24- Newfane 33 Albion 32 Nichols 15 ,i at JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING 'GAR" DAN PETERS fifty AKRON TIGER SHARKS 1969-1970 SEASON: Clarence 60 Albion 29 Oakfield 32 Alden 36 Depew 57 Albion 42 Roy-Hart 39 Clarence 67 Barker 33 Roy-Hart 47 Barker 30 Oakiield 41 Iroquois 54 Cheektowaga 33 S YN CHR ONIZED S WIMMING Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron fifty-one , L , A ...- SWIMMING AND WRESTLING CHEERLEADERS fifty-two GIRLS ' VARSITY BASKETBALL Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron N SCOREBOARD: Warsaw Pembroke Oakfield Alexander Batavia Elba fifty-three VARSITY BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD: Akron 40 Roy-Hart Akron 4-4 'Alden Akron 38 Newfane Akron 48 Albion Akron 62 "' Park Akron 45 " Medina Akron 69 Wilson Akron 38 Starpoint Akron 55 'Alden Akron 49 Roy-Hart Akron 4-0 Newfhne Akron 66 Albion Akron 50 Medina Akron 68 Wilson Akron 39 'Nichols Akron 40 Starpoint RECORD: 2-16 'Non-League fifty-four 73 67 62 67 42 85 76 90 84 61 81 80 69 57 63 79 ,, 5 I. . , ,V . s Q I 1, , V 7 . 4 K , V' 4 , 'F' 1 f .M 1-if M L- 4 Sv Xi .1 as L Q: ,iz-y -3. fft GIRLS ' I UNI OR I VARSITY BASKETBALL BOYS' JUNIOR A .VARSITY BASKETBALL TENNIS N! . T33 A Akron Akron i . his lx , A e Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron fifty-seven ,-. SCOREBOARD Medina Albion Roy-Hart Wilson Starpoint Medina Albion Roy-Hart Wilson Starpoint The Varsity tennis team under Head Coach Enser put forth one of Akron's better seasons. This year s squad posted the first win over Wilson in twenty years of competition AKRON VARSITY BASEBALL The Akron Varsity team suffered one of its worst seasons in recent years. The Tigers are in a complete rebuilding process SCOREBOARD and will again have a young team in the 1970 season. TCIHTCUCC 4 Akl'0H Starpoint 13 Akron Roy-Hart 3 Akron Newfane 10 Akron Medina 8 Akron 'Clarence 6 Akron Albion 18 Akron Wilson 9 Akron Starpoint 6 Akron Newfane 2 Akron Roy-Hart 6 Akron Medina 11 Akron IDR VARSITY Albion 10 Akron Wilson 12 Akron BASEBALL 'Non-League Games fifty-eight TRA CK ,fr 03. 5 -siffiif fifty-nine Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron SCOREBOARD 54 Medina 53 Starpoint 5616 Newfane 45 Wilson 54 Roy-Hart 60 Albion 82 83 78Vz 91 82 76 NIA GARA ORLEANS CROSS C 0 UN T R Y Durmg the 1969 cross country season the Akron team competed 1n SIX meets as well as the all league meet and the sectlonals Akron flnlshecl thlrd ln the sectlonals and fourth 1n the all league meet The coach of the strong Akron team IS Mr Jerold Edgar Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron .r 'r A i X 4 R AKRON VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Co-Captain: Shirley Knapp Co-Captain: Chris Abrams W AKRON JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS I sixty-ond 6 I 4 -4 W A wa... y f Q4 W 'WKA 1 P W 1 3 We wma "SV I - f 2 21 f u.,.,,,, xW ' ,rw- yr A N f S. sixty-four AND EVERY TOMORROW A VISION OF HOPE xty-Eve Row I: Ribbeck, M, Lockhart, J,-Smith, L, Pechurnan, R, Wallburn, R Row 2: Clear, F, Jones, D, Pask, L, Markgk, W, Ottiavani, D, Swiatowy D Row 3: Bower, B, Feldman, R, Bassanello, Mg Skye, W, Keller, A, Leeds, S, Gran ke, G Row 1: Knop, S, Lega, P, Stanley, L, Fink, D, Mattioli, S, Wolters, ,I Koons, D, Wicleman, M Row 2: Schoenthal, L, Poulos, M, Rogers, S, Adamkowski, R, Brewer,J Dieterle, L, Burdick, P Row 3: Peters, J, Remington, B, Lieb, M, Oldenski, S, Coffta, S, Leavitt N, Delelys, H Row 4: Reuben, N, Zola, M, Schubel, T, Sowinski, D, Dietz, Dg Laycock D, Yousey, R sixty-s1x The Jumor Class Cabinet for 1969 1970 Pres1dent Mike Uljanov Vice Presldent Linda Schoenthal Secretary Martha Parzych Treasurer Sandy Rogers Student Councll Brenda Remlngton Student Court MILS Poulos Rowl Womack R Karcher K Bordonaro L Ceisner N Johnstone V Perry L Schumacher T Winter C Row2 Heberlmg D Zitzka W Williams J Barkowltz C Martin S Jal itrs, M Tlppett B Row3 Dledrlch W Houhhan E Pa.rzychM Blish T Mann J Roll N Row4 Brackett T Peck C Swlnlarski K Holtz N Sy B Row If Bfuningt C: Harrerr, Cs Prinwp, A: Begiers, D, Leavitt, Kg Malony, E R070 2-' NiC0Sifi, DZ Regall, .li Weaver, B: Holovicks, S: Stuchell, L R010 3? Sy, L3 K0h19f, JZ Midecke, M: Montville, P, Kress, J Row 4: Werner, Lg Fry, R: Schaffgr, R: Whitbeck, J Row 1: Golpl, L: Abraham, J: Spears, D: Gerstung, D, Schnabel, B Row 2: Steimer, Ng Crane, C: Keppler, P: McCondey, Pg Nehrboss, R3 Carges, J: Rapisardi, J Row 3: Pask, Lg Lloyd, B: Bishop, S9 Forrestel, Mg Pask, D: Bruning, M: Kostanciak, J: Iulg, W CLASS OF 1972 The Sophomore Class Cabinet for 1969-1970 was: President: Marlene Yousey Vice-President: Barbara Shisler Secretary: Theresa Coughlin Treasurer: Ryan Forrestel Student Council: Karen Caffrey Student Court: Tony Mello Row 1: Davis, D: Colopy, Mg Caffgry, Kg Shisler, Bg Barkewitz, T3 Burns S: Brunner, Ng Schafer, S Row 2: Niezgoda, S5 Voigt, R3 Capan, Ig Frye, D: Kingsley, S: Matynka, J Kolipinski, C Row 3: Joy, C: Berghorn, D: Hensel, R: Wright, J: Parker, D: Mandolene P Row 4: Cronau, C: Kruschke, K: Whiting, R sixty-seven 1 1 Row I: Skomski, MgBedford, Mg Burns, Sg Bedford, Lg McNiff, Sg Olzew- ski, Eg Glena, Cg Stuchell, A Row 2: 0'Connor, Bg Jonathan, Mg Parker, Sg Keller, Mg Flanders, Sg Kumm, Pg Bow, L Row 3: Bromstead, Dg Wideman, ,Ig Hammond, Pg Bohn, lg Smith, Gg Walker, Sg Campbell, B Row 4: Spillman, Lg Kowalik, Rg Abrams, C Row 1: Cummings, Mg Cross, Lg Marconi, Mg Casseri, Dg Bradley, Lg Ellis, Pg Reuben, W Row 2: Stapleton, Mg Babel, Mg Flading, Dg Laycock, Cg Brust, Cg Forres- tel, R Row 3: Schoenthal, Sg Pacer, Sg Yousey, Mg Varo, Lg Coffta, J Row 4: Carmer, D, Mattei, ,lg Knop, Mg Covel, Kg Sowinski, J Row 5: Krzykowski, Ng Socha. Lg Garrison, Jg Rogers, Jg Coughlin, T Row 6: Lockhart, T Row 1: Brauen, Kg Brunner, Ng Klehn, Sg Noody, Pg Wight, Bg Porter, A Fitzgibbons, Pg Ribbeck, G Row 2: Wik, Lg Keller, Ag Blasko, Kg Cummings, Bg Mello, Ag Downey,'J Bower, Bg Snyder, S Row 3: Pechuman, Rg Miles, Rg Feldman, Pg Kostanciak, ,lg Lafosse, I Weston, Wg Kelly, S Row 1: Abrams, Fg Mecca, Sg Salim, Eg Gallo, Lg Schrock, K Row 2: Wehling, Dg Winnie, Pg Covel, ,lg Keppler, Mg Bork, R Row 3: Stock, Dg Tiedt, Rg Pitas, Pg Barone, Sg Johnson, Bg Ormsby, R sixty-eight Row 1: Ground, Mg Ormsby, Ag Hobot, Lg Pollack, Sg Berry, Sg Wronow icz, ,I Row 2: Roggen, Kg Asmus, Jg Matynaka, ,lg Smith, Kg Kroimer, Pg Rib beck, A Row 3: Kraatz, Cg Forrestel, Ag Muchow, Mg Snyder, Lg Lockhart, M Hart, Mg Miles, Cg Claude, Cg Jemison, Vg Roberts, Lg Bluhm, Jg Valente Mg Bruning, Eg Stuber, Dg Goodrige, T Row 1: Sweitzer, Jg Reichert, Cg Blasko, Tg Bassanello, Pg Betzold, Mg Cround, Wg Vacanti, Rg Williams, R Row 3: Fisher, Wg Gonsowski, Dg Yohn, Dg Ceisner, Kg Roberto, Lg Cum mings, Mg Graves, Ig Hammond, Pg Rebmann, R Row 1: Herod, Pg Delelys, Bg Murphy, L Row 2: Jones, Tg Parker, Cg McCollister, J: DeYoung, D Row 3: Logan, Gg Roberto, Ng Maloney, Fg Welsh, P CLASS OF 19 The Freshman Class Cabinet for 1969-1970 was: President: Carol Riechert Vice-President: Andy Forrestel Secretary: Diane Mattioli Treasurer: Cheryl Wagner Student Council: Lorraine Kuraszkiewicz Student Court: John Trigilio 3 sixty-nine Row 1: Rosenberg, D, Martino, G, Starr, D, Michalek, L, Stuchell, H Grant, B, Pixley, R, Vanice, T Row 2: Odell, M, Abrams, T, Covel, J, Wight, W, Kenyon, K, Murphy, M Best, D, Cummings, B Row 3: Jack, S, Weaver, P, Arnold, S, Diederich, G, Scotland, J, Holtz, D Blish, R, Kress, R Row 1: Mattioli, D, Pogel, G, Swiatowy, C, Kazrnierczak, S, Cummings, P, Witnauer, L, Ribbecl-1, C, Dieterle, S Row 2: Johnson, S, Goerlitz, L, Peters, M, Baker, B, Karl, R, Lucia, R, Poulos, S Row 3: Gerstung, D, Brady, R, Rudolph, B, Schnabel, N, Nixon, B, Par- zych, J, Bmdley, J Row 1: Achuff, P, Stapleton, K, Pann, C, Sescil, D, Klingelsmith, C Bramley, H, Jacobsen, V, Reuben, V Row 2: Ground, R, Burg, K, Asbeck, J, Ritecz, R, Sutton, D, Wright, A Wagner, C Row 3: Kuraszkiewicz, L, Doty, T, Hartl, T, McNiff, C, Fitzsimmons, L Schumacher, T, Rehwaldt, B Row 4: Boskat, R, Garrison, W, Poodry, S, Nayman, H, Trigilio, J, Miller, S Row 1: Brockway, N, Steimer, E, Krantz, P, Peters, J, Ribbeck, V, Mir- rione, M, Printup, D Row 2: Thomas, D, McCollister, J, Reuben, F, Bassanello, T, Lega, S, Bower, J Row 3: Sigmon, T, Keller, K, Bluhm, M, Pafk, K, Bedford, J, Doktor, R Knapp, S Row 4: Haas, E, Schuler, T, Heberling, J, Dylag, J, Hellert, B, Adkins, B Coffta, M seventy 1 me i I wanna Mfawaszaaaaait y fa fr fi-ww we wnrmunwhiaug EI GH T H GRADE Row I: Wilson, Dg Dieterle, Rg Bennie, Wg Doxtader, Lg McLeod, Sg Pol- lack, Sg Yousey, Dg Morrison, R Row 2: Ground, Cig Porter, Ag Golding, Gg Carges, Tg Reigle, Sg Jones, Ag Stahl, R Row 3: Newman, Dg Kumro, Cg Hoehman, Eg David, Dg Berghorn, Dg Rib- beck, D Row 4: Sy, Rg Albrecht, ,lg Shrock, R Row 1: Johnathan, Kg Williams, Dg Murphy, Mg Vanice, Mg George, Fg Campbell, Rg Rogers, Cg Brackett, D ' Row 2: Kelley, Cg Lorwa, Mg Johnathan, Jg Ribbeck, Bg Nicometi, Dg Salim, Dg Daley, F Row 3: Spears, Lg Skye, Mg Sweitzer, Wg Barerlein, Sg Kress, Dg Zelms, Gg Pickwick, C Row I: Pafk, Pg Bruner, Dg Robnett, Vg Blackman, Ag McNiff, Cg New- man, Mg Graves, C Row 2: Schultz, Kg Pohl, Sg Abraham, Gg Smith, Mg Zitzka, Tg Homesber- er, G Row 3: DeYoung, ,lg Kennedy, Mg Childs, Lg Lacki, Tg Smith, G Row 4: Ewald, Kg Stocker, Mg Kasperek, J: Hartwig, Lg Whiting, Ng Eldred, L Row 1: DePov, Lg Klower, Bg Wideman J' Paliza K' Domon, Dg Rice, , 1 . y, , Mg Kinne, Cg Swiatowy, T Row 2: Zelms, Dg Caprio, Jg Garvey, Rg Graff, Cg Coffta, Jg Peruzzini, Dg Campbell, Rg Bachr, K Row 3: Swiatowy, Gg Zimmerman, Kg Stratton, Mg Gillmeister, Dg Mur- ray, Bg Penko, Mg Brewer, Wg Scarborough, D seventy-olne Row 1: Bruning, Hg Reuben, Vg Milam, Bg Georger, Cg Lorwa, J g Smith, Og Krnatz, Pg Cory, A Row 2: Meinzer, Kg Pask, Lg Herod, Sg Rogers, Gg Noody, Tg PeQueen, Gg Blish, D - Row 3: Steiner, Sg Schnabel, Lg Snell, Lg Keller, Tg Sevor, Cg Horning, L Row 4.' Baran, Rg Alexander, Dg Doctor, A ' Row 1: Confer, Cg Valente, Ag Bauman, Cg Beckwth, Bg Ball, Wg Hitchcock, Tg Rosenecker. C Row 2: Jost, Rg Morgang Cummings, Dg Cheavacci, Mg Gaskill, Rg Laurid song Pridson, Mg Koeller, Ng Lemanski, Sg Soika, K K0u73: Fry, jg Hansen, Cg Bromstead, Ug Brengel, Bg Staebell, Bg Pokor- ski, Dg Muchow, M Row 4: Novak, Mg Johnson, Cg Criswell, L SE VE TH GRADE Row 1: Jemison, SgKumph, Kg Schnabel, Gg O'Dell, Sg Eldred, Rg Leder- house, L ' Row 2: Caprio, Mg Hill, Cg Huth, Kg Roholoff, lg Georger, Cg Bruning, S Row 3: Skellon, Bg Keller, Kg Smith, Mg Diederich, Dg Massaro, Rg Alex- ander, D Row 4: Bohn, ,lg Tordy, Gg Miller, Bg PeQueen, P Row 1: Pohl, Ag Wesley, Tg Pacer, Dg Pann, Dg Shisler, lg Rosenberg, Dg Childs, Wg McNutt, Fg Greiner, Rg Allen, Kg Marconi, Mg Smith, Sg Far- rell, Dg Jones, J: Burrows, Eg Achoff, Rg Bruning, Wg Anderson, Rg Morri- son, Kg Dylag, ,I seventy-two ,,7 ,L,, .. , ,,.,, , - 1 ' -- - l Row 1: Francis. V: Wright. M: Welch, J: Kolipinski. M: Davis. T: Snyder, L: Hcri. C: Bluhm, T: Pacer, A Row 2: Rehwaldt, B: Burg, G: Chapman, J: Litt1e,J: Powell, J: Carmer. K: Preclinore. P: Randall, S: Frey, K: Brady. M Row 3: Harll. P: Sy. D: Griffiths. C: Cummings. C: Brercnt, R: Rastelli, S: Reimer, D: Forrcstel, R Row 4: Eckcrson, S: Trigilio. J: Hudson, J: Bluhm, M: Flading, C Raw 1,- Bradlield. J: Fry, L: Murray. S: Santolini. M: Sigmon. B: Weston, B: Marquardt. C Row 2: Allison, B: Klawer. L: Adamkowski, C: Easton, D: Socha, J: Poo- drv. L Row 3: Burtholz. C: Pask, lg Josey, J: Medolv, NZ AVUOM. D3 Jago. W Row 4: Haddow, J: Cummings. E: Rehwaldt, T: Newman, G Row 1: Sigmon. K: Childs, P: Babel. J: Hoste, R: DeFries. B: Ribbeck, R: Staplcton. M: Homesberger, J Row 2: Lacki, P: Womack, D: Schafer. D: Bradley. L: Payne. P: Albrecht, C: Marquardt. D R01113: Andvrson. J: Jamieson, L: Eddy. N: Kopp. K: Begiers. D: Garrett, M: Kaulinun. C: Meyer, J Row 1: Rohm-tt. R: Hake. R: Mondello. D: Reynolds. M: Carrubba. J. Tobin. D: Capan. K Ron' 2: Wilson. J: Stacboll. L: Hammond. ll Mauldill- lr Hudomint. D. Witkop. V: Karcher. R: Johnstome. W Row 3: Paxon. R: Slcgnian. L: Rusnak. V: Rice. B: Weaver. V: Rogers. S: Bushlianmivr, D Row -1: Rvniington. P: Philips, S: Soika, K: Peters. T: LLl4'lllCI'llLillll, J seventy-three M '0' lv 1 U ..--al 5 My . . 1 P seventy-four LUUK WELL, THEREFORE, T0 THIS DAY EHLJJH ' VARSITY CH ORALE The Varsity Chorale is made up of fifty ofthe best voices at Akron and is directed by Mrs. Nancy Groves. These students are in grades 10-12. T This year the members of the Varsity Chorale sang for the Golden Agers and for the High School Open House. They also perform at the Christmas and Spring Concerts and, most important, put on a musical. A Many people do not realize the hard work these students do. They meet every day for practice with their faithful leader, Mrs. Groves. Each year she starts out with a fairly new group of students and Works them into something great. seventy-six 5 . gi . . ,Q SENIUR ORCHESTRA JUNIOR OR CHES TRA fi . ' 'I 'Hg 34 i ,, 4, , .,,, .,,.., , , SENIOR GIRLS GLEE CLUB fy-rw:-Wm., f-...,.. ,...,, L , . .,,, x ,.,, A j .,,k, ,,::W,-fm-f,-m.ff1:f,,1.ff:w:wi-im:,fi-1,.. ,,... ,... ., ,Ml f.f.. 1,:.-ww-11,1 --,,.' A fm.A,Q..:M,,m..fx..,..,ix,,:,.,m., UNIOR GIRLS GLEE CLUB JUNIOR BO YS GLEE CL UB The Music Department at A.C.S. is one of the most important parts of the school. A major part of the student body participates in the musical activities offered. The junior high student at A.C.S. can participate in Junior Orchestra, Junior Band, Junior Girls Glee Club or Junior Boys Clee Club. They perform in the annual Christmas and Spring Concerts. Junior high students work their Way into Senior Orchestra, Concert Band, Senior Girls Glee Club, and Varsity Chorale. Students take individual lessons and practice long, hard hours for a concert. Students from the Akron Music Department have also participated in N.Y.S.M.A. Festivals, Erie County Chorus, Band, and Orchestra and All State Sectionals. The students could not have their activities without the help of these music teachers: Mrs. Burg, Miss Harlin, Mr. Stapleton, and Mrs. Groves. Our thanks to all of them. F RESHMAN CH ORALE eighty ' ,,,,,,,..,...,.-wwae'nw J UNI OR HIGH BAND SEVENTH GRADE YURKERS Advisor: Mr. Drayer There are four separate Yorker Clubs divided by grade level. Students interested in New York State history belong to the clubs. During the year the members take short educational trips and have guest speakers come to the school. In addition, they work to raise funds throughout the year to take an educational weekend trip to the annual Yorker convention, or to some other city which interests them. eighty-two IHGHTH GRADE YORKERS Advisor: Mr. Stock AQNTH AND TENTH GRADE YORKERS SENIUR HIGH YORKERS ghyh EIEVENTH AND TWIIFTH GRADE YURKERS STUDENT COUNCIL CABINET This year the student council undertook the project of rewriting the constitution. Along with this task they par ticipated in the usual annual American Field Service pizza sale, the welcome and farewell dances. STUDENT COUNCIL eighty-four The duty of the student court is to try cases brought before it by the monitors This year the bly This vear Akron students acted as delegates STUDENT COURT The members of this club were selected at the National Honor Society induction assembly held in May, 1969. This year they have participated in fund raising activities and have attended various conferences throughout the year. IN TERNA TIONA L CL eighty-live DANCING CL UB Under the direction of Mr. Dembrow this group of ninth through twelfth graders learn the heritage of dancing. They perform for civic groups and are asked to take part in the schoo1's musical. CHESS CLUB Q Akron's chess club is open to anyone in grades nine through twelve interested in learn- ing or studying the game of chess. Meetings are held weekly. The five top players constitute the chess team, which competes in the Suburban High School Chess League. This league consists of Akron, Amherst, Clarence, Kenmore East, Lockport, and Williamsville. Akron7s chess team won the championship in 1967. MODEL CL UB The members of the model club 'are given the op- portunity, by their advisor, Mr. Latko, to learn about and to build models. eighty-six - 1 Q - .. MONITORS Under their captain, Terry Blish, and their advisor, Mr. Eckerson, the monitors act as a peace-keeping force within the school. lt is their duty to enforce the rules, rather than to punish. FUTURE H OMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Future Homemakers of America is a national or- ganization of students who are studying or have stud- ied home economics in junior or senior high school. The over-all objective of F.H.A. is to help individ- uals improve personal, family, and community living through additional experiences in planning and carrying out activities related to homemaking. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA This year the F.F.A. sent five members to a p convention in Kansas City. During the summer, the F.F.A. sends boys to Oswegatchie, the New York State training camp. eighty-seven SUPPLY OFFICE STAFF This non-profit organization is run solely by students with Mr. Victor, the school businessmanager, as advisor. The supply office sells various school supplies along with paperback books. l MICROBIOLOGY CL UB Under the direction of Mr. Dembrow, the microbiology club studies different micro- organisms. The club provides a type of ex- tended biology class. The members of the club learn about the microbes through the use of microscopes. eighty-eight TICKET SELLERS Ticket sellers is a nonprofit organization under the supervision of Mr. Carges. The revenue that comes from these tickets is put into a general school fund which pays for extracurricular activities. E 1 Q JUNIOR RED CROSS The representatives of the Red Cross Youth Services are interested in stimulating and maintaining student participation in youth service to help others in the school, community, the nation and the world. i ' gs . Z - J f 5 i gr if , Q! 3 ,S gf " H" - 5- V 'mr i 5 AQ- 3' sg , V ' L fe 1 .. , 9 , , " L 4 Y . 'ii E AW . ' , i 1 ' u g ' 2' ma , 2 :HM W 1 i if ,, , f 1 " ' 5 if. ,',' ' - 5' I .,.,ff f'w 1 V R 17 t - - ' 3 we .9 14 hx ' c,,.. , - ' ' 4 yf" ,t, 4 V in - f M .. Q, H . 1 4 ,22'.s-X-jig..-gf. 1' U may M: '2,,2i:f,SA' gf, ,.'1'21i'f,ff4'.r! ' t . - my .fs Y-L-' 1 .. ' . .ff a 4 .": A.. -- my , , ' -f' ' ' iff' flffini ,A W1 ff, , .. givg W W, ' .-. ,??3'.f,F't3i- g ' 'ff . -. f ',9g,a,1'." - f ,, HEALTH OFFICE STAFF These students work with the nurse to gain knowledge and experience in the school health program. LIBRAR Y STAFF The library staff provides service to stu- dents and faculty. The members are provid- ed with an opportunity to gain experience in cooperating with many different personali- ties, giving advice and taking instructions. eighty-nine THREE ONE-ACT PLA YS In November the drama club of Akron Central pro- duced three one-act plays. The first play on stage was a dramatization of Robert Frost's poem, "The Death of the Hired Manf, The second play on stage was The Leader by Eugene Ionesco. The third play was The Dear Depart- ed by Stanley Houghton. Barb Betzold, Laurie Bordonaro, Tim Kennedy Roger Kelkenberg, Theresa Coughlin, Mike 0'Connor, Doreen Cummings, Mike Springer ninety Mrs. Coniglio, Mrs. Stapleton Mr. Rex ,, bf, w . l Ka, v. - Bill Sy, Shiela Oldenski MOKLAHOMAI " On March 20 and March 21 the drama club and varsity chorale presented the musical "OKLAHOMA!". The prepa- ration for the presentation was an enjoyable and rewarding experience. Under the direction of Mrs. Myra Stapleton, the students practiced weeknights tirelessly to make the musical a success. Mrs. Vincent Coniglio handled publicity and Mr. Rex handled sets. Mr. Friedman played the piano and Mrs. Nancy Groves worked many hours with the varsity chorale. CHESS LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Under the direction of Mr. Vossler, the chess team, in per- aps their finest season, won the Suburban High School Chess eague championship for the 1969-1970 season. Playing utstandingly well, they finished ahead of the following chools: Amherst, Kenmore East, Lockport, and Williams- ille. Only a tie with Amherst marred a perfect record. The team will miss the four seniors who played their last ames in the final match, a 5 to 0 defeat of Kenmore East. hey consist of Michael Houlihan, a four-year veteran, Thom- s Shisler, with a fine record on third board, Jeff Peters, who suffered only one defeat in his first year on the team, and Fel- 'sberto "Car" Garrido, Akron,s foreign exchange student rom Brazil, the only team member to go undefeated and un- ied in all matches. The team was completed by juniors Terry Blish, with a 3-1 ecord for the season, and Bill Schnabel, the team's alternate. Although losing all but one veteran team member, the future ooks bright, with a talented and inspired group of youngsters n their way up. ninety one i .2 Xe -x S ninety-two "YES T ERDA Y IS BUT TODA Y'S MEM OR Y AND TOMORROW IS TODA Y'S DREAM 'Q fn 1-f-' J . A HJ m.....M-- - V - IEA' HH. ' .F CC KINDER GAR TE . Row 1: Cummings, Dg Kelly, Pg Rehwaldt, Mg Criswell, Cg Buzzard, Dg Reinhardt, Dg Wik, Gg Greiner, Kg Rickwalt, Lg Hendrick, D Row 2: Ground, Hg Folger, Dg Dabb, Eg Garvey, Dg Wagner, Sg Bruning, Mg Kelkenberg, Sg Taylor, Sg Schultz, T Row 3: Peters, Tg Reuben, Ag Lay, Rg Spillman, Kg Drayer, Kg Mccune, Hg Hake, Rg Falker, Jg Abrams, Sg Nanni, M Teacher: Miss Benson A - Q A st- Row 1: Packman, Tg Kaminski, Ag Mandolene, Rg Hatcher, Lg Roehling, J Row 2: Holtz, Jg Kenyon, Kg Casseri, Cg Lotz, Dg Beyser, Mg Young, J Row 3: Downe L' Gibbs T' Schultz D' McNutt, Mg Matt, Mg Schnabel, ya 1 - Q v v Rg Johnson, Mg Bower, Jg Pozda, K Row 4: Rader, Dg Smith, Jg Bradley, Bg Kumpf, Sg Kirk, D Teacher: Miss Churchill ' I'f""'f"" L,,,,,.....a Row 1: Lewis, Ag Golding, Rg Hake, Kg McAllister, Tg Barone, Dg Hake, Dg Funk, Cg Smith, Dg Biro, D Row 2: Galland, Pg Hammond, J 3 Capan, J g Snyder, J g Wetzen, Ag Fish, Mg Hess, Cg Bromstead, Dg Stone, Gg Brown, M Row 3: Akin, Tg Zimmerman, Mg Stoldt, Hg Oberlander, Tg Brady, Dg Bates, Kg Babcock, Jg Owen, Jg Bower, E Teacher: Miss Benson L.-mn, . sf? Y-T I L Row 1: Claude, Rg Ceisner, Mg Printup, Ag Bedford, Jg Rice, Sg Jimmer- son, Dg Bruning, Eg Groff, Rg Amerine, Kg Jasinski, Pg Baker, J Row 2: Baker, Tg Anderson, Mg Bedford, Sg Smith, Tg Starr, Lg Wissinger Mg George, R Row 3: Reuben, Bg Meyer, Cg Lindke, Gg Rodgers, Jg Cummings, Dg Koss Jg Schumacher, Pg Lederhouse, Lg Smith, Cg Blackchief, A Teacher: Miss Churchill ninety-four Row 1: Tobin, Kg Szmak, B3 Yoder, Cg Briggs, Kg Kirsch, Ag Strzelczyk, K Raw 2: Schumacher, Wg Gaffka, Kg Milam, Lg Breton, Kg Murray, Dg Logan, Cg Dabb, S Row 3: Lobur, lg Oldenski, J: Wojtulski, Fg Gabbey, Mg Logan, Lg Mar- guardt, V Row 4: Albrecht, Cg Bruning, Dg Benteen, Mg Boseck, Jg Oakes, Cg Bor- chert, Rg Darling, Pg Durst, Sg Jonathan, D Teacher: Mrs. Pentecost Row 1: Sanderson, Cg Lirfin, Kg Weibel, A Row 2: Wagile, Kg Bartels, Mg Garrett, Kg Reinhardt, Rg Farrell, Cg DeGa- speri, Vg Keller, D Row 3: Ross, Sg Cinotti, Ag Praprost, Kg Groff, S: Swader, B Row 4: Kisker, Cg Miles, Pg Predmore, Dg Zielinski, Dg Charles, J g Kowal- ik, .lg Bower, Rg Hoffman, T Teacher: Mrs. Pentecost FIRST GRADE Row 1: Peruzzini, Dg Drayer, Sg Gabbey, R: Hyder, Lg Valente, M Row 2: DeYoung, Cg Edmister, Jg Farewill, Mg Printup, D, Pixley, S Row 3: Fogal, Mg McAfee, Mg Stanley, ,lg Phelps, Lg Blish, J Row 4: Carnegie, Cg Bradfield, ,lg Fix, Dg Stahl, Lg Witkop, Vg Pollack, Mg Nice, Lg Reisman, Dg Kipp, Rg Silvernail, Sg Lay, Dg Earle, Ig Lindke, lg Printup, Tg Sevor, Hg Smith, B Teacher: Mrs. Pafk f I ,it . ,S M ' Row 1: Gibbs, Ig Domon, Lg Ward, Lg Johnson, Ag Miets, R A ii ii'i Gothard, Ag Bennett, Rg Milam, B: Clary, Dg George, Mg burg, K Row 3: Reinhardt, Jg Stuchell, Ag Shrock, Rg Szymanski, .lg Wickham, Sg Kumro, E Row 4: Reuben, Lg Reuben, Gg Covel, Jg Matt, Rg Philips, Pg Peters, ,Ig Lederhouse, Vg Depoy, .lg Hawes, Bg Jonathan, Mg Gibbs, Ag Heri, Dg Scholl, Rg Akin, A Teacher: Miss Ogden ninety-live ' i f '- 1 F I Q H R- , -.nm Nu lgyg Row 1: Whitesell, L: Rood, K: Boseck, L: Sword, T Row 2: Keller, R: Jonathan, R: Schultz, D: Doty, M: Klingele, S Row 3: Kumpf, C: Sundown, S: Pixley, C: Clark, D: Briggs, L: Baker, J Row 4: Cendrick, S: Brewer, C: Knyter, S: Gibbs, T: Dudziak, D: G: Rollain, D: Groff, M: Rice, D: Kanehl, T: Young, L: Buth, J Teacher: Mrs. Mattina Row 1: Tordy, D: Satterlee, D: Brackett, J: Lederhouse, B: McClintock, P Row 2: Sword, B: Smith, L: McNutt, S: Mondello, C: Berghorn, D Row 3: Sanderson, C: Kuhl, S: Reinke, T: Clena, R: Bedford, L: Snell, S Row 4: Rood, K: Frey, D: Putzbach, T: Criswell, K: Hake, K: Rogers, D: Kelly, J: Oldenski, M: Weston, J: Hollenbeck, M: Covel, T: Brand, M: Weatherbee, M: Mecklemberg, D: Rosenecker, B Teacher: Mrs. Reichert Haas, Row 1: Albrecht, D: Farrell, V: Hyde, L: Regan, S: Fenton, S Row 2: Abrams, C: Cinotti, M: McCann, M: Jankowski, .ll Smith, J: Ran- ney, S Row 3: Stackhouse, D: McAllister, S: Warren, D: Wurthmann, T: Sowin- ski, J: Daley, D: Price, P Row 4: Odell, M: Stollsteimer, M: Hoffman, T: Pope, L: Brady, T: Groff, C: Poulos, D: Womack, M: Gaffga, W: Perry, B: Printup, P: Drachem- berg, L: McConkey, G Teacher: Miss McEwan SE CO D GRADE Row 1: Lederhouse, R: Bruning, S: Tobin, C: Jacobs, A: Stanley, J: Strzel- ezyk, D Row 2: Reinhardt, J: Riemer, T: Parker, M: Meyer, R: Capan, D: Jasinski, S: Cherry, T: Amerine, P Row 3: Palizav, T: Achuff, L: Childs, A: Akin, J: Anderson, C: Rebmann, C: Jost, T: Allen, A Row 4: Cothard, S: Confer, C: Baker, R: Bartram, J Teacher: Mrs. Putney ninety-six Q ,g3 1 Q . arm reams we Row 1: Snyder, Sg Jonathan, Dg Wagner, Mg Rapisardi, M: Hopkins, G Row 2: Kirk, C: Shrock, Rg Owen, Tg Keller, C: Schultz, D Row 3: Rickwalt, Cg Parker, Kg Strzelczyk, G: Cinotli, Vg Vanice, C Row 4' Sescil M' Hersee D' Snyder K' Rohloff M Bri s Mg Matt, Tg - , , , , , . , , z gf' . Yager, Jg Novak, Kg Smith, R: Haney, J D Teacher: Miss Eaton Row 1: Hartwig, B: Bower, Lg LaDuca, G: Goerlitz. K: Groff, K Row 2: Fisher, Tg Kolipinski. JL Ground, M: Geddes. JZ Klawfff- S Row 3: Allen, Sg Henry, C: Bates, Tg Smith, Dg Eulenburg, R S Raw 4: Whitlocke, Lg Biewer, R: Kaufman- R: Routledge. J: Newman. Gcllart, Kg Wilson, Sg Pope, Jg Mazza. Dg Warren, S Teacher: Miss Gere Row 1: Nanni, Lg Edgar, D: Stanley, Vg Wik, D: Carnegie, J: Marquardt C: Criswell, L Row 2: Accordino, M: Stock, D: Drachemberg, Lg Hope, Sg Reichert, D Edwards, Lg Fisher, L Row 3: Bailey, Sg Burck, Kg Pacer, Mg Roggen, Lg Rogers, L: Satterlee, D Campbell, R: Montville, jg Mondello, R Row 4: Ribbeck, Rg Hake, Bg Ribbeck, D: Hyde, J: Gallensdorfer, E Teacher: Mrs. Ford a Row I: Borchert, D: Robnett, Wg Greiner, Mg Bennie, L Row 2: Kazmierczak, Ng Kilkenberg, Cg Kenyon, Kg Graves, Mg Fogal, T Row 3: Eldred, Wg Rosenberg, Dg McNutt, Pg Blish, Wg Graff, D Row 4: Roggen, Lg Jones, Mg Lewis, Mg Stuchell, Dg Coffta, Kg Glomb, B: Oldenski, R: Sweitzer, Lg Breton, Eg Smith, R: Salim, J: Kelly, Ag Palizay. P Teacher: Mrs. Siemesz ninety-seven Row 1: Noyd, J: Hake, S: Faulrin , K: H der, Lg Babiarz, W g Y Row 2: Carrubba, D: Farewell, R, Rosenecker, B: Bruning, R, Meahl, Kg Gerstung, R Row 3: Darling, T: Melani, J: Bradfield, N 3 Randall, ,lg Schultz, K, Snell, D Row 4: Klingele, T: Morrison, G: Reisman, D3 Wilson, C: Kelkenberg, B: Mar ardt K' Jonathan B' Srmak K Fi el S' Brackett, Tg Boskat, Ag qu , , , , ' , 4 eg , . Jones, C, Criswell, S Teacher: Mrs. Matteson Row 1: Smith, B, Abrams, Tg' Pogel, Eg William, M Row 2.' Miles, S3 Meyers, J, Bauder, Dg Whiting, Mg Smith, S Row 3: McNutt, M: Jonathan, P: Nicometi, T, Warren, D: Allison, M Row 4: Snyder, R, Soika, Mg Stapleton, Lg Burrows, B, Eddy, R, Jankow- ski, S: Schultz, Kg Reuben, A: McMahon, Mg Brown, ,lg Mann, J: Logan, G: Borden, K: Fix, ,Ig Ribbeck, B Teacher: Mrs. Yocum Row 1: Litfin, L, Hansen, C: Reuben, Cp Lega, C, Newman, M, Noody, R Row 2: Kowalik, D: Kruschke, C: Allison, M, Jimerson, Kg Schnitzer, B3 Cummings, L Row 3: Brown, Mg George, T: Medole, S: Griffith, D, Anderson, J: Adam- kowski, C3 Brewer, R, Biro, S, Printup, Kg Gates, S: Sweeney, C3 Sander- son, C: Jonathan, D, Peters, D Teacher: Mrs. La Flamme Row 1: Marinaccio, ,Ig Brand, R: LaDuca, M Row 2: Spillman, Sg Edmister, M: Lotz, T, Hyde, N Row 3: Kazmierczak, Mg Schafer, ,Ig Griffith, K: Allen, R3 Klehn, Pg Sevor, E Row 4: Abraham, J, Falker, S, Kress, B, Schumacher, Lg Caple, .li Jost, T Standing: Oppel, R, Hollenbeck, T, Sword, J, Stock, Kg Snell, D: Neary, K: Lacki, Kg Weston, R, F lading, E: Rehwaldt, F Teacher: Mrs. L Airey IA ninety-eight Row 1: Gabbey, S, Bruning, D, Kipp, L, Stahl, J Row 2: Bower, L, Rehwaldt, P, Schultz, D, Jonathan, L, Pixley, J Row 3: Walters, D, Reihen, W, Lacki, G, Starr, R, Hersee, D, Kelley, K Row 4: Brodka, D, Cummings, T, Caple, M, Tippett, A, Karcher, M, Novak, D, Baker, C, Kinne, J, Forrestel, L, Ribbeck, R, Bistoff, T, Nagy, L, Eldred, B, Childs, J Teacher: Miss Klaiber M., . Nl!!! HH F 0 UR TH GRADE Row 1: Rosenberg, D, Dudziak, D, Ground, T, Barone, K, Kolipinski, C' Spillman, R, DeLelys, J Row 2: Nagy, J, Abrams, A, Kelley, D, Nice, L, Bernsdorf, V, Albrecht, P, Kearney, D Row 3: Remington, J, Whalen, J, Carges, P, Schrock, T, Clary, D, Reb- mann, D Row 4: Peters, G, Frey, J, Oliver, J, Tucker, E, Stanley, E, Allison, J Teacher: Mrs. McCool ninety-nine Row 1: Childs, T, Gates, N, Allen, M, Santolini, P, Brust, J, Achuff C Bailey, C, Amerine, D Row 2: Haas, J, Swiatowy, M, Raye, S, Bradfield, S, Eddy, M, Bushham mer, F, Wideman, R Row 3: Koons, R, Cummings, R, Parker, L, Rudolph, T, Brodka J N1 cometi, C, Schrock, P Row 4: Muck, A, Ekdred, M, Jones, S, Poodry, G, Stackhouse K Teacher: Mrs. Weeks Bl J Row 1: Phelps, J, McConKey, J, Bower, S, Bernsdorf, D, Williams L f Printup, T 'P Row 2: Frye, J, Strzelczyk, F, Wilkins, T, Schnabel, P, Daley, L Barrett M Row 3: Dembrow, M, Schuler, C, Murray, R, Biro, L, Uljanov, L, Odell A Row 4: Hammond, L, Giesler, V, Anderson, M, Cummings, C, Amerlne E, Michalek, K, Pann, M, Boskat, A, Conibear, T, Durst, R, Smlth .J Stackhouse, C Teacher: Miss Graf Row 1: Wagner, Cg Lewis, Tg Bruner, Ng Radomski, Pg Matt, Sg Valente, .lg Fish, M Row 2: Forrestel, ,lg Payne, Mg McCorquodale, .lg Schumacher, Dg Routledge, Mg Hitchcock, Lg Gibbs, Tg Parzych, D Row 3: Richardson, lg Finger, Dg Reichert, ,lg Frey, Bg Brand, ,lg Capan, Sg Man ani H' Lummil K g . , , Row 4: Kasperek, Eg Nicosia, ,lg Victor, Kg Darling, ,lg Hyder, Dg Sweitzer, Bg Goerlitz, E Teacher: Mrs. ,lost Row 1: Knop, Lg Blackman, Cg Ellis, Mg Stanley, Ag Schnitzer, .lg Fisher, Wg Greiner, T Row 2: Parker, ,lg Sigmon, Mg Rice, Lg Anderson, Cg Campbell, Hg War- ren, Lg Frey, C Row 3: Peters, Ag Sweeny, Wg Schultz, Bg Printup, Cg Koeller, Bg Ham- mond, .lz Blish, Dg Kumpf, C Row 4: Knyter, Mg Farrell, Dg Whiting, Dg Neider, Mg Smith, D Teacher: Mrs. Glenn Row 1 Tobin W Newman M, Bassenello, M, Schwartzkopf, C, Ribbeck ,lg Kearney, Ag Schukraft, D N Row 2: Mattioli, Eg Bruning, Dg Gerstung, Rg Palizay, .lg Fix, Tg Mondello Tg Groff, T Row 3: Amerine, Cg Hake, S' Kinne B' LaFaive D' Corbett ,l' Li rt, 1 1 9 9 9 v 1 Eg Alexander, Rg Carges, Pg Roggen, Rg Kopp, Rg Schrock, Dg Anderson Dg Kipp, 0 Teacher: Mrs. Mauldin 9 1 FIFTH GRADE Row 1: Bedford, Sg Depoy, Cg Marquardt, Tg Lucia, Eg Bradley, Mg Bassa nello, Dg McClintock, Dg Meyer, J Row 2: Morrison, Hg Kwitowski, Cg Kinne, Rg Rohloff, Sg Pechuman, L Allen, Dg Eldred, Tg Neider, T Row 3: Bedford, Bg Barber, Eg Rohloff, Sg Swiatowy, Hg Young, B Strzelczyk, Wg Bruner, N Row 4: Blackman, Ag Rogers, Tg Hopkins, Tg Roggen, Eg Boskat Teacher: Miss Muchow one hundred brow, M: Snyder, J: Knapp, P Row 2: Kwitkowski, C: Hensel, K: Palizay, R: Rosenberg, M: Morgan, P Witkop, V: Barone, R: Lauridson, R Row 3: Claude, T: Schnitzer, R: richardson, J: Pohl, R: Little, C: Walker T: Childs, C Row 4: Accordino, C: Stratton, D: Payne, S: Smith, A Teacher: Miss Zrebiec Row 1: Kostanciak, J: Bucceri, D: Jones, S: Smith, T: Achuff, D: Murphy, K: Koons, B: Morrison, V Row 2: Rapisardi, T: Pollack, N: Ellis, S: Parker, J: Baehr, T: Snyder, R: Wehling, P: Newman, M Row 3: Covel, C: Bramley, M: Dean, B: Starr, J: Smith, B: Karcher, R: Greiner, K Row 4: Socha, J: Anderson, J: Wagner, R: Logan, E: David, L Teacher: Miss Meredith Row 1: Fix, P: Corbett, C: Weston, B: Lindke, S' yoder, Y: Rosenecker, J Murray, C: Ground, R I Row 2: Miles, D: Hollenbeck, A: Murphy, K: Creiner, C: Milam, M Smith, G: holovics, R: klehn, M D Row 3: Brucher, K: Frey, J: Starr, B: Campbell, J: Wilkins, C: Smith, D DeYoung, E I Row 4: Whitlocke. J: Jemison, P: Goodrige, S Teacher: Mrs. Thoman Row 1: Cummings, C: Shisler, J: Mangani, .ls Jost, M: Hansen, E: Sowin- ski, C: Cummings, R: mondello, K Row 2: Wilson, R: Riemer, M: Snyder, S: Fish, M: Forrestel, C: Rehwaldt, L: Dean, L: Conibear, M Row 3: Trigilio, J: Meinzer, K: Neary, L: Stevens, M: Rice, C: Schmigel, M: Buchholz, C: Taylor, B Row 4: Jones, L: Stocker, K: Stegman, L: Stahl, K: Garrison, J: Ballow, J Teacher: Mrs. Hartzler , l one hundred and one Row 1: Reuben, R: Allen, G: Bruning, C: Borden, K: Hudomint, M: Dem- 1 s Row 1: Kazmierczak, L: Hansen, R: Knop, T: Lobur, R: lemison, F: Smith, J: Bennie, S: Skonski, M Row 2: Bushhammer, D: Stuchell, C: Campbell, R: Bruning, W: Eddy, D: Nehrboss, D: Spillman, R: Demon, B T: Baker, F Row 4: Vanice, L: Printup, L: Morrison, P: Tordy, T: Oppel, A Teacher: Mrs. Stage IX T H GRADE Row 1: Fisher, S: Marinacchio, L: Schultz, .lg Ribbeck, K: Childs, M Hitchcock, D: Stahl, D Row 2: Roll, E: Reichert, E: Blish, D: Coughlin, E: Mattioli, M: Reuben D: Gates, D: Kazmierczak, D Row 3: Roehling, M: Darling, ,lg Brengel, B: Bernsdorf, R: Gillmeister, R Yager, R: Baker, B: Swiatowy, D Row 4: Coffta, C: Victor, .lx Pl1i1iPS, M Teacher: Mrs. Bates Row 1: Wunhman, L: Ground, G: Young, J: Strylczk, J: Rastelli, V: Graves, J: Heberling, T Row 2: VanBuren, P: Lotz, J: Muggelberg, S: Reisman, D: Kinne, J: Noyd, L: Karcher, C: Jones, T Row 3: Pawlick, D: Stagman, D: Abrams, A: Ward, L: parker, D: Kopp, C: Garvey, G Row 4: Rapisardi, M: Stahl, D: Whitlocke, W Teacher: Mrs. MacCoy Row 1: Borden, B: Milani, T: Gerstung, M: Drachenberg, D: Bistoff, T Hammond, L: Rihbeck, C Row 2: Georges, C: Smith, S: Gonsowski, N: Campbell, W: Baehr, E: Val ente, P: Womack, A: Meahl, C Row 3: Cummings, S: Sevor, K: Wadel, A: Mandoleme, J: Stapleton, D: Wruck, R: Pawlick, K: Lippert, K Row 4: Cramer, E: Bruning, D: Caple, C: Hutchinson, F: Jack, A Teacher: Mr. Wolfe one hundred and two Row 3: Jonathan, B: Allison, C: Berghorn, D: Smith, D: Parker, S: Childs, Row 1: Haseley, Wg Bower, Lg Jost, Mg Pennuck, Dg Lega, Bg Wetzen, Lg Joy, K Row 2: Parzych, Eg Kroemer, Pg Fisher, Dg Diegel, Cg Wight, Bg Goerlitz, Mg Pafk, Vg Gerstung, J Row 3: Bell, Cg Brown, Dg Koss, Mg Nixon, ,lg Johnson, Dg Fitzsimmons Wg Dembrow, M Row 4: Philips, Dg Covert, J g Lemanski, Cg Kasperek, Pg Wright, Bg Putz- bach, B Teacher: Mrs. Brady Rowl Brust L' Wurthamn M' Burck T S illman C' Rood D' Parker -' , , , , , : p . , , , , ,lg Palizay, .l Row 2: Achuff, Eg Lyon, Mg Printup, Lg Stuchellg Smcil, Dg Pafk, Dg Gies- ler, Lg Keller, J Row 3: Alexander, ,lg Stanley, Dg Smith, Rg Pope, Mg Kress, Eg Coeske, Bg Ra kowski R y s Row 4: LaFaive, Lg Downey, Kg VanBuren, Cg Rehwaldt, Bg Pickwick, Tg Rung, D Teacher: Mrs. Rebrovich 1 Row 1: Flanders, Eg Fisher, Sg Wesley, Dg Kearney, Jg Hofmeier, Dg Bor chert, Kg Smith, H Row 2: Heri, Tg Oliver, Gg Hass, Jg Bennie, Cg Baehr, ,Ig McNutt, Ig Lum mel, Kg Nice, M Row 3: Richardson, ,lg Hyde, Lg Kumpf, Lg Schubel, Lg McClintock, H Mirrione, Vg Stackhouse, A Teacher: Mrs. Jane Downey SPECIAL EDUCA T10 CLASS Row 1: Haas, Rg Cummings, Mg Bedford, W b Row 2.' Depoy, Dg Stanley, Eg Colopy, Cg Clark, ,lg l..aFFosse, ,lg Colopy, A Teacher: Mr. Remsen one hundred and three . " -f , 25111:Iills-2:i1'fif'w,2':'frf-mzlwarwv- I -W. '- .K,,. ,.., ,. , T., 4 W Construction of the present elementary building was started on December 1, 1954. The building was opened for occupancy fourteen months later on Febru- ary 1, 1956. ln 1969, it was necessary to construct an annex to house two third grade sections. According to census figures, the present elementary facilities should be adequate for at least the next four years. As of January 12, 1970, the enrollment in grades K-6, inclusive, was 1,120. The members of the elementary staff feel that they are very fortunate in hav- ing the services of professional staff members from the Board of Cooperative Educational Services. The following services are provided: school psychiatrist, social worker, and speech correctionist. In addition, a dental hygienist, from the Erie County Health Department, is sent to the elementary school for a peri- od of from six to nine weeks during each school year. Closed circuit television has been made available, and many educational pro- grams are scheduled every week for the elementary children. one hundred and four M F Z RYE! ?-Q .ff Q, .W .., ,M ,uv ,. K wc-,. Lf, 1 4 L, fa wfx. ,Sf x nr f i i 763 N fdgw x.i.4,1,, xx xx ,wx one hundred and six RW X' nl' Q-.sn 5 F 3 234115 Z Qui: :yt FFUVPUIH F575 IT-Q4 Wi KNOWQST TIIOU YESTERDAK ITS AIM AND REASON? WORICST TIIOU WELL TODAY FOR WORTHIER THINGS " " I t V 3 IFJ! Fuif Fug ndred and seven HIS TOR Y Row 1: Mr. Jerry Drayer - Grant Club Yorkers, Junior and Senior High Wres- tling, Mr. Willard Crosbyg Mr. Frank Hel- wig - International Club Row 2: Mr. Thomas Usiakg Mr. Lawerence Stock - Octagon Yorkers, Mr. Martin Belscher ENGLISH AND LANG UA GE Row 1: Miss Eileen Simmons - Yorker, Mrs. Colleen Coniglio - Drama Club, Sophomore class advisorg Miss Paula Agos- tino -Junior High Drama Clubg Miss Hazel Ellsworth - Librarian, Library Club Row 2: Mr. John Rex - Student Council Advisor, Drama Club, Mr. Walter Tomc- zakg Mr. Gerald Edgar - Cross Country, Mr. Albert Vossler - Chess Club, Journal- ism fi one hundred and eight .MADHAND HMWMF Row 1: Mr. Myron Dembrow - Micro- biology, Folkdancingg Mr. Henry Carges - Ticket sellersg Mr. George Martiny, Miss Denise Coffman - Freshman Class Advi- sor, Mr. Douglas Randallg Mr. Robert Fol- er gow 2: Mrs. Verna Smith, Mr. Grover Bates, Mrs. Myra Stapleton - Drama Club Il L , 'afmwaunw one hundred and nine ARTAND MUUC Row 1: Mr. Joseph Valente - Informal Art Clubg Mr. Theodore Stapleton - Jr. High Band, Sr. High Band, Miss Marilyn Harlin - Jr. Orchestra, Elementary Strings, Sr. High Ensemble, Mrs. Nancy Groves - Varsity Chorale, Freshman Chorale, Senior Girls Glee Club PHYSICAL EDU CA T ION AND HEALTH Row 1: Mrs. Lucille Bacheller - Health Office Staff, Mrs. Janice Williams - Girls' Physical Education, Intramurals, Hockey, Basketball, Synchronized Swimming, 'Vol- leyball, Badminton, Softball, Track, Mrs. .Ieanne Drier - Girls' Physical Education Girls' sports with Mrs. Williams Row 2: Mr. Jack Silvernail - Boys' Physi- cal Education, Intramurals, Football, Bas- ketball, Baseball, Mr. Angelo Scappa - Bo s' Ph sical Education Intramurals Y Y 1 i Fomtball, Track, Mr. Thomas Wetzen - Boys' Physical Education, Intramurals, Football, Baseball 'fs-4 one hundred and ten V0 CA TI ONA L Row 1: Mrs. Ludwickg Mrs. Rebsame Mrs. Brusky, Junior High Councilg Mi Bassinger, FHA Row 2: Mr. Hollenbeckg Mr. Rozelle, FF Mr. Latko, Model Clubg Mr. Suttelg IV Hood SPECIAL SER VI CES Row I: Mr. Albert Lucia - Director of Guidanceg Mr. James Remsen - Special Education, Junior Varsity Basketball Row 2.' Miss Genevieve Kozuchowski - Guidance Counselorg Mrs. Myra Stapleton - Geometry, Algebra, Guidance Counselorg Mrs. Ellen Brusky - Home Economics, 7th grade counselor H lllfllf 1 E one hundred and eleven TEA CHER AIDS Row 1: Mrs. Mona Snyder - T.V. Centerg Mrs. Jeanette Hall - Libraryg Mrs. Evelyn Hartwig - Study Hall Row 2: Mr. Tim Ramsey - Cadet Teacher FIRST GRADE Row 1: Miss Statia Ogden, Mrs. Dolores Reichert, Miss Maureen McEwan Row 2: Mrs. Marjorie Pafk, Mrs. Sidney Mattina THIRD GRADE Row 1: Miss Ruthann Klaiber Row 2: Mrs. Gladys Yocum, Mrs. Laura Airey, Mrs. Mildren Matteson, Miss Shirley Graf ' KINDER GAR T EM AR T AND MUSIC Row I: Mrs. Doris Brackett, Nurse Row 2: Miss Dorothy Benson, Kindergarten: Mrs. Ellen Garvey, Art, Mrs. Helen Pentecost, Kindergarten: Miss Lucia Churchill, Kindergarten SECOND GRADE Row 1: Mrs. Joyce Ford, Miss Marcia Gere, Mrs. Eleanor Putney Row 2: Mrs. Gladys Siemesz, Mrs. Carolee l..aFlamme, Miss Barbara Eaton FOUR TH GRADE Row 1:,.Mrs. Alice McCool, Mrs. Lois Mauldin, Mrs. Diane Glenn Row 2: Mrs. Angela Jost, Mrs. Arlene Weeks FIFTH GRADE Row 1: Miss Karen Muchow, Mrs. Nancy Thoman Row 2: Mrs. Moneda Hartzler, Miss Shirley Zrebiec, Miss Patricia Mere- dith, Mrs! Isabel Stage SIXTH GRADE Row 1: Mrs. marcia Rebrovich, Mrs. Eileen MacCoy, Mrs. Nancy Brady Row 2: Mrs. ,lane Downey, Mr. Robert Wolfe, Mrs. Catherine Bates PHYSICAL EDUCA TION AND MUSIC Row 1: Mrs. Maxine Walters, Physical Education Row 2: Miss Joyce Mitzel, Musicg Mr. Steven Fridman, Musicg Miss Mari lyn Harlin, Musicg Mr. Carl Schleich, Physical Education one hundred and thirteen BOARD OF EDUCATION ADMINISTRA TION Mr. Barrett Mr. Eckerson Mr. Espersen pgs! Mrs. Laese Mr. Victor one hundred and fourte OFFICE STAFF li ,il Mrs. Beckers Mrs. Swain Mrs. Rudolph Mrs. White Miss Reber Mrs. Bernsdorf Miss Green one hundred and fifteen Q f 1l Mrs. Florence Zola l t 5 ff 5 Q ' 1 Q' V? Ol , . we My , 1' if ' if 2 +19 K ' slain X "" W all i A 5 Q a 4 if K? rg Q an gl E I, 52935 if f if ki V W x I 2 L f 1 , .g ,Q I my , L I fi., -.,. " " ' V fi 5 If W . 2, . V g ,.,,,., . .V 1 , , I M :,g:....fz. ' ' if W"f'? 'J' We ,F a1.ff:,.Ifx.M,.,.Mw , ELEMENTARY SCHOOL .MNITORIAL STAFF Row 1: Mrs. Jennie DeSimone, Mrs. Mildred Swiniarski, Mrs. Ruth Lawrence, Row 2.' Mr. John Blist, Miss Shirley Mann .4 iw., 55? ' -rifif. k.k1 .ilk r y 2 "'.. . G 'ii yvul, L .e,l i ELEMENTAR Y SCHOOL 'L S ' 1 W CAFETERL4 STAFF A Row 1: Mrs. Elizabeth Covel, Mrs. Lena Reggio, Mrs. sauy Lipperemrs. Flor- , .J 2 , .11l W 5 i ence Zola, Mrs. Cecilia Zimmerman If 5' K 'vs H 5 24 Row 2: Mrs. Amelia Lowder, Mrs. Ellen Frey, Mrs. Victoria Bushhammer, Mrs. 'V V Florence Abraham, Mrs. Madalyn Printup i . at afee if ff as---M--F . 4 2 l HIGH SCHOOL ' Hloolhs CAFETERIA STAFF BUS DRIVERS Roger Pixley, Forest Thayer, Elmer Jones, Martin Baker, Siemesz, Helen Boskat, Wesley Goeske A L Q Eunice Pohl, Tony ....... ... - .S.. my W ir? Row 1: Dolores Dudziak, Stephanie Wolak, Ilse Forstner, Margaret Kinne Row 2: Jean Young. Amelia Falsioni, Betty Leavitt, Janet Iulg, Mary Whitlocke, Florence Wyder. June Pann one hundred and sixteen Z 4 J F! I i 3 2 5 3 Q E HARKNESS NE TER Sv ,Ag OI16 HH Sitting: Kathy Covert, assistant editorg Judy Gaskill, assistant editor, Linda Mauldin, sports editor, Collette Zimmerman, sports editorg Chris Ritecz, art editor Standing: Carolyn Childs, assistant editorg Sandie Baker, assistant editorg Terry Blish, assistant editorg Mari- lyn Downey, Akronite business managerg Bob Webster, sports editorg Mary Hoctor, A kronite editor-in-chief: Sean Walker, A.C.S. Review business managerg Linda Weaver, A.C.S. Review editorg Jeff Peters, circulation managerg Nancy Finger, circulation manager JUURNALISM CLASS OF 1970 Under their new advisor, Mr. Albert Vossler, the juniors and seniors in the jour- nalism class of 1970 met daily to publish a monthly newspaper, the A. C. S. Review, and the yearbook, the Akronite. Members of the journalism class also write articles for publication in local community newspapers. Keeping the students, faculty, and community informed and entertained is no small task. These students work many hard hours at their job. The roles of both the A.CS. Review and the Akronite were expanded this year. The newspaper had many new features and the yearbook tried to better represent the school and its students. The journalism class of 1970 wishes to express its gratitude to Thomas Blacklock for his photographic assistance throughout the year. one hundred and twenty Sue Kowalik Collette Zimmerman, Sean Walker Roytha Bedford, Diane Bliihmfldenifil Dietz, Carolyn Winter Carolyn Childs, Roytha Bedford ,f"""' ,:1' , if 5 If-r " b f, Dennis Dietz, Jeff Peters, Bob Webster X. 3 . , el f ,, 'I "file I ll 0 J. ,4-3 c 4 X If A F ,,.v , l ' 1 I, may Gaskul, Chris Riteez Linda Weaver Swiniarski, Kathy Covert Finger, Carolyn Winter, Carolyn Childs, Marilyn Schoenlhal I ffggsffmff an ,L Linda Weaver, Sandie Baker Marilyn Schoenthal, Sean Walker, Debbie Pixley one hundred twenty-one l MR EDWARD ALLEN Mr. Edward Allen has spent the last twenty-seven years of his life in dedication to the Akron Central School as its supervis- ing principal. Honor and respect are due Mr. Allen for all the hours and efforts beyond payment he has put forth. The class of 1970 and its predecessors will remember Mr. Allen as a great individual and friend. one hundred twenty-two IN MEM ORIAM FRANK COLUMBUS ONE MAN I listen to music, I hear the sounds of the organ, The sorrowful, the joyous, the peaceful, And I remember One Man. A band performs, I watch the conductor, Distinguished, refined, proud, I touch ivory keys, I see musical notes on a page Signifying a sound and a feeling And I remember One Man. I enter a classroom, I see a teacher, Dedicated, optimistic, resolute, I return a smile, I hear hearty laughter, Joyous, rapturous, genuine, I shake a hand, I meet a close friend, Sincere, gracious, unseliish, And I remember One Man. by, Janis Bitterman one hundred twenty-three Q cficczhon Mrs. Mona Gaddis Mrs. Gaddis was born in Curwensville, Pennsylvania. She was raised in the same area in central Pennsylvania. She graduated from Curwensville Joint High School. She did undergraduate work at Indiana State College, Indiana, Pennsylvania. She earned a B.S. in education with a major in English and French. She furthered her education by studying at McGill University in Montreal and at Canisius College in Buffalo. She has spent nine years as a teacher. She taught French for one year at Clearfield Senior High School in Clearfield, Pennsylvania. She has taught at Akron for eight years. Mrs. Gaddis said that she was able to read long before she entered school because of the efforts of her parents and her grand- mother. Her parents also insisted on special training in music and art. one hundred and twenty-four e E fr. Martin J. Belscher fr. -1. C73 cficah'on Mr. Belscher graduated from the University of Buffalo. He worked for two years at the M 81 T Bank. Mr. Belscher came to Akron Central in 1966, the year the class of 1970 was freshmen. This was Mr. Belscher's first teaching position. He taught Economic World and American history in his first years at A.C.S. This year he is teaching American Studies, a revision of American history, Afro-Asian studies, and Crucial Issues, a current problems course. Mr. Belscher has earned the respect and admiration of many of the students at A.C.S. Members of the class of 1970 would like to thank Mr. Belscher for his efforts and the many hours he has spent in dedication to us. l K one hundred and twenty-five QCZYU Z 17941 irecf or VARSITY CHORALE: Row 1: M. Wildman, J. Bitterman, L. Cross, M. Stapleton, S. McNiff, J. Cofta, J. -Wideman, D. Spears, K. Covel, M. Hoctor, L. Bordonaro, S. Mecca Row 2: P. Poodry, S. Mat- tioli, B. Betzold, S. Knop, D. Bluhm, M. Zola, P. Hammond, J. Garrison, J. Rogers, C. Kolipinski, M. Yousey, D. Flading, D. Fink Row 3: Mrs. Groves, B. Lloyd, P. Burdick, T. Blish, M. Uljanov, D. Berghorn, J. Freeman, P. McConkey, T. Kennedy, S. Kowalik, N. Kraatz, N. Johnstone, C. Winter Row 4: C. Abrams, S. Rogers, B. Remington, T. Schubel, W. Sy, R. Webster, D. Stone, T. Arnold, T. Black- lock, J. Peters, T. Coughlin, R. Yousey, K. Covert, M. Parzych, S. Leeds SENIOR ORCHESTRA: Row 1: M. Wideman, K. Burg, D. Spears, K. Covert, M. Schoenthal, N. Schnabel, M. Lockhart, K. Stapleton, C. Pann, D. Flading Row 2: T. Blish, K. Covel, L. Snyder, S. Knop, S. Kazmierczak, B. Baker, J. Downey, K. Schrock, W. Garrison, T. Lockhart, S. Flanders Row 3: J. Bitterman, M. Jalitus, M. Downey, S. Niezgoda, M. Yousey, L. Mauldin, M. Marconi, M. Uljanov JUNIOR ORCHESTRA: Row 1: J. Welch, R. Karcher, K. Carmer, K. Heri, C. Pann, R. Robnett, C. Flading, R. Beckwith Row 2: C. Kinne, B. Rehwaldt, M. Bluhm, D. Pann, K. Kumpf, C. Han- sen, D. Pokorski SENIOR GIRLS, GLEE CLUB: Row 1: M. Wide- man, D. Koons, S. Mattioli, M. Cummings, B. Coni- bear, L. Dieterle, P. Burdick, L. Cross, M. Bedford, B. Borden, P. Poodry, L. Pask, K. Karcher, S. Bish- op, M. Babel, M. Hoctor, S. Knapp, L. Bettio, D. Casseri, K. Caffrey, S. Mecca, D. Fink, L. Stanley, L. Hofmeier, L. Perry Row 2: L. Gallo, B. Lloyd, B. Betzold, P. Ellis, S. McNiff, D. Davis, S. Rogers, C. Abrams, J. Brewer, D. Flading, M. Marconi, N. Johnstone, M. Yousey, N. Cope, J. Bitterman, M. Skomski, sl Schoenthal, C. Childs, K. Laycock, M. Stapleton, K. Brauen, C. Glena, A. Lauridsen Row 3: S. Snyder, D. Nicosia, R. Akamkowski, A. Keller, L. Schoenthal, L. Varo, N. Kraatz, S. Kowalik, M. Schoenthal, H. Deleyeys, P. Kumm, C. Winter, Mrs. Groves, S. Coffta, D. Bluhm, C. Ritecz, M. Downey, J. Downey, J. Gaskill, K. Finger, M. Jalitus, F. Abrams, N. Krzykowski, R. Bork Row 4: M. Lieb, S. Leeds, J. Mann, M. parzych, B. Remington, E. Hou- lihan, K. Covert, L. Socha, E. Werner, T. Coughlin, R. Yousey, K. Swiniarski JUNIOR B0 YS,GLEE CLUB: Row 1: R. Hoste, T. Bluhm, S. Murray, C. Bauman, W. Johnstone, M. Burg Row 2: G. Burg, R. Milam, D. Yousey, M. Newman, J. Trigilio, S. Eckerson Row 3: T. Swia- towy, C. Newman, T. Lacki, M. Penko, D. Scarbo- rough FRESHMAN CI-IORALE: Row 1: S. Berry, M. Hart, K. Stapleton, L. Snyder, M. Valente, W. Garri- son, P. Kroemer, A. Forrestel, M. Odell, M. Mer- rione, P. Bassanello, V. Kraatz, S. Pollack, L. pagels, S. Dieterle Row 2: C. Wagner, J. Sweitzer, S. Jack, E. Bruning, C. Klingelsmith, L. Michalek, B. Hel- lert, M. Coffta, R. Brady, J. Wronowicz, D. Noyd, V. Jacobsen, H. Bramley, L. Coerlitz, K. Burg, C. Swia- toey, Mrs. Groves Row 3: K. Keller, N. Schnabel, M. Betzold, C. Reichert, M. Peters, A. Wright, J. Par- zych, C. Kraatz, J. Bradley, J. Trigilio, S. Miller, S. Arnold, M. Lockhart, B. Rudolph, L. Kuraskiewicz, R. Allen, C. Allen, B. Cummings one hundred twenty-six GCT i vifim 'TDD' fairy SEVENTH GRADE YORKERS: Row 1: D. Pann, R. Hake, L. Snyder, C. Marquardt, J. Hammond, J. Chapmann, C. Burg, J. Shisler Row 2: M. Wright, M. Kolipinski, S. Randall, D. Sy, J. Meyer, S. Brun- ing, L. Stegman, S. Rastelli, V. Rusnek, M. Caprio Row 3: K. Kumpf, M. Marconi, D. Reimer, S. Ro- gers, B. Allison, K. Soika, S. Eckerson, R. Forrestel Row 4: L. Klawer, B. Rice, V. Weaver, J. Trigilio, V. Francis, T. Peters, Mr. Drayer EIGHTH GRADE YORKERS: Row 1: K. Confer, R. Beckwith, A. Valente, M. Vanice, D. Domon, W. Ball, R. Jost Row 2: M. Lauridsen, D. Cummings, C. Hansen, N. Koeller, T. Morgan, L. Rosenecker, Mr. Stock Row 3: J. Frey, D. Bromstead, F. Daley, D. Scarborough, B. Staebell, R. Garvey, B. Klawer Row 4: M. Muchow, D. Pokorski, K. Soija, S. Lemanski, C. Johnson, M. Penko, M. Stratton, K. Zimmerman NIN TH AND TENTH GRADE YORKERS: Row 1: M. Valente, M. Hart, S. Pollack, L. Gallo, K. Johnstone, K. Stapleton, C. Klinglesmith, C. Brust, M. Stapleton, B. Shisler, K. Burg, M. Marconi, D. Flading Row 2: A. Forrestel, S. Schoenthal, R. For- restel, M. Betzold, V. Jacobsen, J. Schweitzer, K. Brauen, D. Farrel Row 3: C. Reichert, T. Barkowicz, D. Sutton, D. Fry, S. Berry, M. Peters, M. Rudolph Row 4: K. Smith, K. Pafk, J. Wright, S. Walker, J. parzych, B. Kowalik ELE VEN TH AND TWELF TH GRADE YORK- ERS: Row 1: S. Parker, P. Forrestel, T. Blish, P. McConkey, B. Tippit, J. Abraham, M. Zola, A. Fos- ter, F. Carrido Row 2: J. Peters, R. Pollack, B. Coni- bear, A. Kopacz, L. Pask, V. Johnstone, D. Pixley, B. Betzold, S. Kowalik, N. Kraatz, D. Pask, L. Colpl Row 3: B. Nehrboss, R. Hutchinson, C. Leavitt, L. Bordonaro, L. Schoenthal, S. Rogers, N. Leavitt, M. Poulas, C. Barkowitz, D. Cummings, C. Peck, N. Holtz, C. Swiniarski Row 4: N. Finger, J. Gaskill, C. Ritecz, M. Jalitus, S. Baker, M. Lieb, M. Parzych, E. Houlihan STUDENT COUNCIL CABINET: Row 1: Terry Blish, D. Cummings, P. Forrestel, M-. Stapleton, M. Uljanov Row 2: Mr. Rex, N. Finger, F. Carrido, K. Finger, R. Bedford STUDENT COUNCIL: Row 1: R. Forrestel, R. For- restel, T. Morgan, W. Ball, T. Hitchcock, R. Bed- ford, M. Marconi, S. Randell, B. Borden, J. Bitter- man Row 2: D. Bluhm, J. Wright, C. Reichert, S. Berry, S. Johnson, M. Stapleton, P. Bassanello, B. Klawer, S. Pollack, R. Paxon, D. Cummings Row 3.' K. Finger, D. Cummings, C. Allen, D. Cerstung, L. Domon, C. Abrams, S. Knopp, B. Betzold, K. Caf- rey, S. Bishop, A. Forrestel Row 4: W. Sy, M. Zola, T. Brackett, M. Uljanov, F. Carrido, B. Remington, M. Parzych, K. Morrison, J. Peters, N. Finger, T. Blish, E. Forrestel STUDENT COURT: E. Forrestel, M. Poulas, A. Mello, P. Burdick, M. Marconi, J. Bitterman NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: B. Borden, J. Bitterman, E. Forrestel, L. Weaver, C. Ritecz, M. Hoctor, D. Bluhm, N. Finger INTERNATIONAL CLUB: F. Garrido, C. Ritecz, E. Forrestel, D. Bluhm, N. Holtz, C. Barkowitz one hundred and twenty-seven 5,00 M f7Oz'recZLo1gy SWIMMING.' Row I: L. Roberto Row 2: P. McKon- ky, R. Whiting, P. Forrestel, P. Keppler, T. Blish Row 3: L. Smith, M. Zola, J. Abraham, D. Heberling Row 4: J. Sowinski, D. Lauridsen, R. Forrestel Row 5: A. Forrestel, S. Miller Row 6: Coach Schleich, D. Holtz IUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS, BASKETBALL: Mrs. Williams, M. Babel, S. Mecca, S. Schoenthal, S. Berry, C. Wagner, M. Muchow, M. Lockhart, M. Bruning VARSITY GIRLSIBASKETBALL: Row 1: L. Bor- donaro, S. Mecca, M. Babel, C. Sundown, L. Varo, S. Berry Row 2: S. Schoenthal, M. Jonathan, C. Abrams, Mrs. Williams, K. Pawlick, F. Abrams, P. Thomson SWIMMING AND WRESTLING CHEERLEAD- ERS: Row I: P. Ellis, V. Sundown Row 2: K. Braeun, A. Lauridsen Row 3: P. Kumm, S. Berry, K. Caffrey, C. Brust Row 4: J. Bradley, C. Wagner .IUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING: Row 1: T. Mello, T. Schumacher, M. Knopp, S. Walker, T. J Schuler Row 2: Car, J. Bradley, D. Farrell, D. Peters Row 3: J. Asmus, R. Lucia, B. Litfin, B. Asmus, C. Stanley VARSITY WRESTLING: Row I.' R. Pixley, T. Bar- kewitz, M. Springer, M. Keller Row 2: J. LaFosse, L. Pask, J. Whitbeck, J. Abraham VARSITY BASKETBALL.' Row I: T. Yousey, R. Webster, L. Reuben Row 2: Mr. Silvernail, M. Pou- las, J. Rogers, D. Dietz, T. Lockhart, N. Reuben JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL: Row 1: D. Parker, B. Johnson Row 2: B. Teidt, P. Winne, J. Wright, T. Bassonello, J. Wronowicz, B. Hensel, B. Kowalik, Mr. Remsen Row 3: B. Bajak, J. Koss, R. Blish, A. Doktor, J. Parzych, J. Trigilio I V FOOTBALL: Row I: J. Scotland, A. Ormsby, J. McAllistor, C. Scizner, S. Glannders, D. Fry, T. Barkewitz, C. Kraatz, M. Keller, T. Mello Row 2: R. Blish, C. Roggen, B. Tiet, K. Pafk, D. DeYoung, J. Rogers, B. Johnson, T. Schuller, R. Ormsby, J. Gar- rison, B. Kowlick, J. Beadly, P. Winney Row 3: B. Fisher, Garrison, D. Liftin, T. Abrams, Lucia, one hundred and twenty-eight porb mirecfor Schumacher, Flannders, T. Bassanelo VARSITY FOOTBALL: Row 1: Coach Wetzen, D Remington, R. Borden, Coach Scappa Row 2: R Webste, R. Ormsby, J. Garrison, B. Johnson, M Keller, J. Rogers, T. Schuler, S. Flanders Row 3: R Asmus, S. Parker, D. Bow, N. Kedzierski, L. Pask C. Rebmann, T. Lockhart, D. Farrell Row 4: K Schultz, D. Stone, R. Hutchinson, P. McConkey, D Heberling, J. Witbeck Row 5: J. Bradley, E. Parker D. Dietz VARSITY BASEBALL: Row 1: J. Keller, M Pacer, A. Corbett, R. Webster Row 2: T. Yousey, A Claude, J. Schumacher, J. Abraham, M. Paulos, S Parker ,LV BASEBALL: Row 1: Coach Silvernail, W Dieteriech, L. Pask, M. Bassanello, T. Schubel, W Iulg Row 2: J. Koss, D. Laycock, T. Lockhart, D Parker, J. Weidman, J. Rogers TRACK: Row 1: R. Asmus, R. Ormsby, T. Barko witz, W. Zi,zka, p. Winnie, A. Mello, M. Keller, W Garrison, A. Ormsby Row 2: J. Freeman, Mr. Scap- 7 7 pa, R. Hensel, J. LaFosse, R. Bohn, S. Barone, F. Koons, P. Hammond, N. Roll, Mr. Drayer Row 3: J. Carges, D. Farrell, E. Wolak, E. Parker, K. Ru- dolph, G. Abrams, M. Ribbeck, N. Reuben, J. Lock- hart, R. Grant ,I. V HOCKEY: Row 1: M. Babel, S. Berry, M. Mar- coni, J. Bradley, M. Stapleton, K. Schrock Row 2: M. Mirrioni, L. Witnauer, R. Pollack, A. Lauridsen, M. Lockhart, F. Abrams, M. Brunning, L. Varo, S. Schoenthal, S. Pollack CROSS COUNTRY: Row 1: A. Forrestel, M. Springer, S. Parker, L. Reuben, N. Reuben, A. Doc- tor, P. Kramer Row 2: F. Garrido, R. Bradly, R. Forrestel, T. Blish, Mr. J. Edgar ,LV CHEERLEADERS: Row 1: M. Muchow, S. Mecca, M. Valente, T. Coughlin, B. Shisler, L. Cross, M. Stapleton, M. Marconi, S. Schoenthal, L. Gallo VARSITY HOCKEY: F.. Houlihan, C. Abrams, L. Bordonaro, C. Furminger, M. Forrestel, P. Thomp- son, L. Mauldin Row 2.' S. Bishop, J. Kress, K. Paw- lick, B. Lloyd, B. Borden one hundred and twenty-nine Qefirin ecle em Mrs. Catherine Bates Mr. Melvin Hood Mrs. Verna Smith Mrs. Gladys Yoearn Mr. Hollenlyeek Mr. Espersen Mrs. Matteson Miss Churchill v 1. 'i O cfafrona and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs. Roger F Downey Vincent Wlk Sr Charles .I Rltecz Paul Peters Roger Plxley Wllllam F Bradley Stephen Krupskl James Houllhan George .I Gronau Norm Yousey Roy G. and Geraldine M. Bitterman Lois Mauldin Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bluhm QQ - . 4 emor arernb Z Mr. . . 'E Mr. and Mrs. Kurt F. Hoctor - Mr. . ' ' . 1- Mr. . . ' j' Mr. . j Mr. . ' v Mr. . ' ' . Q Mr. A . ' Mr. F . ' Mr. . . B Mr 'Ig fi J. l one hundred and th'rty-one gold c79afrom BANK OF AKRON COLD SPRINGS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY STUDENT COUNCIL BUFFALO SHEET METALS, INC. STRIPPIT DIVISION OF HOUDAILLE INDUSTRIES SENIOR CLASS hdddhy ilver cqyafro no C 81 E TELEVISION AND APPLIANCE ROCHESTER BUTTON COMPANY DIV. OF CAP-ROC INC. PIXLEY'S BELLS IGA SUPERMARKET, INCORPORATED WHITING ROLL-UP DOORS SALES CORPORATION PERRY'S ICE CREAM COMPANY GEORGIA-PACIFIC BESTWALL GYPSUM DIVISION AMAX SPECIALTY METALS, INCORPORATED HESS AND SWEENEY FORD, INCORPORATED NATIONAL GYPSUM COMPANY CORBETT LUMBER AND BUILDERS SUPPLY one hundred and thirty-three Cq3'Qf?A4ll'0TldI gzzfron Akron Agway Akron Greenhouse AAkron Rule Corporation Akron Service Garage Akron Optical Company AI's Barbershop - Al and Carl AI Zimmerman Oldsmobile Inc Bernhardt Funeral Home Brackett Bros., Inc. - Earthmovmg Trucklng Paving Contractors Charles F. Taylor Insurance Corbett Brothers Dye Insurance Eddie's Jewelers Fred Kwandrans - Building and Top Soul Floyd Hitchcock, D.V.M. Glendon H. Klingelsmith, D C Guy's Submarine Kranz Koin Laundromat Lawing Studios Max Phelps Old Red Mill Inn Osborne's Oasis Park View Beauty Salon Park Super Incorporated Peterson's Pharmacy Dr. C. F. Phillips Ross Funeral Home, Inc. Ralph G. Stanbury Roy Track Co., Inc. Renn and Ceisner Sherwood Hardware Sweeney Chevrolet, Inc. SaIvatore's Barber Shop Sandy's Beauty Salon The Alladin Shop one hundred and thlrty four Qqyrivafe fqgzfrom Mr. Kenneth Kasperek Marilyn and Mary Mr. and Mrs. Martin Belscher Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gaddis John Ciametti Barber Eldor and Eleanor Koeller Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Esperson Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Randall Mr. and Mrs. William F. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Usiak Mr. J. Melvin Hood Mr. and Mrs. Earl G. Burrows Mr. Martin Barrett and Family Mr. and Mrs. Allen Laese Mess Lucia Churchill Mr. and Mrs. Keith Berghorn and Family Mrs. Arlene Pacheco, Stephanie, Daphne, Dara Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wetzen Mr. and Mrs. John I. Eckerson Diane C. Bluhm Karen, Roytha, and Doreen . Mr. and Mrs. David W. Fish Edward Mattioli Kathy and Carolyn Mr. Richard Jenkins Mrs. J. Williams Mr. James A. Remson Mr. Willard Crosby Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hartwig Mrs. Brusky Mr. Angelo Scappa Mr. Jerry Drayer Mr. George Martiny Mr. and Mrs. George J. Rebsiamen Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerold Edgar Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bernsdorf Mr. and Mrs. J. Drier Miss Nancy K. Sutter Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stapleton Mrs. Schenk Mr. Frank Helwig Mrs. Nancy Groves Miss M. Harlin T. V. 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