Akron Central School - Akronite Yearbook (Akron, NY)
- Class of 1972
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Akron. New York
Table of Conienis
American Field Service Student
Last Will and Testament - Class of 1972
When we, as seniors, look back through our high school years, we cannot find any one sin-
gle experience or idea to use as a theme for our yearbook. We present this 1972 AKRONITE
with the hope that it will serve as a memory of our entire high school life - our friends, our ac-
tivities, and our experiences. We leave with the hope that we may use what we have learned to
the betterment of the world which we now enter.
We would like to extend our thanks to the students, faculty, and administration of Akron
Central, and to the local businessmen and patrons without whose help this yearbook would not
have been possible.
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Henry Carges Thomas Carges
Kenneih R. Ulrich
The journalism Class would like to dedicate this 1972 AKRONITE to Mr, Kenneth R. Ulrich in appreciation for all he has
done for the students.
, Mr. Ulrich was graduated from St. Maryis Academy in Lancaster. He then was graduated from the University of Buffalo in
1970 with a major in business education. He came to Akron Central School two years ago to teach business subjects.
l Since that time Mr. Ulrich has taken a deep interest in the students at Akron. He is presently the advisor to the Senior Class
and an assistant coach of the wrestling teams.
Mr. Ulrich has brought us to the realization of the importance of teamwork and effort and has also led us to a deep sense of
gratitude and respect for him.
Maria Eugenia Ordonez
My year in the United States is almost over, and when I think of the time I have spent here a lot of great things come to
mind. I have been involved in a new life, meeting all kinds of people and talking another language.
I feel I am a lucky person for coming to Akron, but words won't be enough to express how much I have enjoyed being
This has been the biggest experience of my life, It was hard at the beginning because of the language barrier, but thanks
the help of my American family and everybody else, things finally got a lot easier.
The time goes fast, and soon I will be back in Ecuador. I have to leave persons and things that I have loved, but I am
ing forward to the future in the hope that someday I will return and be able to see everybody again.
Thanks to everyone for the wonderful time, because you all have made my experience a memorable one.
1959 was the magic year when the Class of 1972 started the long climb up the ladder of education. The years since
then have held happiness along with disappointment, and challenge along with work. No matter where the class may go
after graduation, our wonderful memories of ACS will stay with us, for this is the place where we all grew-up, laughed,
cried, and most of all, learned of what lies ahead.
Our freshman year started out with many workers eager to go. Their efforts were coordinated by our officers Michele
Marconi, President, Mary Stapleton, Vice President, Anne Lauridsen, Treasurer, Lorraine Gallo, Secretary, Barb Shisler, Stu-
dent Council Representative, and Tony Mello, Student Court. Mrs. Coniglio, our advisor, helped us make successes of our
candle sale, dance, and bake sale.
Our freshman candle sale had gone so well that we decided to sponsor another in our sophomore year. We also started
a Class of 1972 tradition that year, the selling of roses for Valentine's Day. This project was more successful than anything
we had done before. Our leaders that year were Marlene Yousey, President, Barb Shisler, Vice President, Ryan Forrestel,
Treasurer, Therese Coughlin, Secretary, Tony Mello, Student Council Representative, and Karen Caffery, Student Court,
along with Mrs. Coniglio, our advisor.
In our junior year we had a new advisor, Mrs. Gaddis, and a new cabinet: Mary Stapleton, President, Karen Caffery,
Vice President, Peggy Bedford, Treasurer, Michele Marconi, Secretary, and john Rogers, Student Court. They gave us
many new ideas which got us off to a great start. We sold Rex Cleaner, sponsored several dances, and once again sold roses
on Valentine's Day. The highlight of the year was the first week in October when we finally got our class rings. We ended
a very profitable year by co-sponsoring the jr.-Sr. Prom f'Colour My World."
When we finally got to our senior year, we found how exciting being a senior really was. We got off to an early start
under the leadership of Mary Stapleton, President, Karen Caffery, Vice President, Bob Tiedt, Treasurer, Marilyn Babel,
Secretary, Keith Rauch and john Rogers, Student Council Representatives, and a new advisor, Mt. Ulrich. We were in-
volved in the traditional senior activities of selling refreshments at football and basketball games, making good use of the
Senior Lounge, and sponsoring the Sadie Hawkins Dance in honor of our classmate, Stan Barone. We also continued our
tradtion of selling roses on Valentine's Day. Our senior banquet, the jr.-Sr. Prom, and graduation provided a beautiful con-
clusion to thirteen years at ACS.
Through the years of work we have become 130 students united as one. We have enjoyed each otherfs company and
have learned from each other. And where'er we go we'll ne'er forget Akron and her orange and her black.
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Francine Abrams GUY Abrams
Marilyn Babel Thomas Barkcwirz
Luann Sue Bedford Margaret Bedford
Dennis Keith Berhorn Kimberly Blasko
james E. Bohn Ruth Bork
Brenda S. Bower Joanne Bradley
Karen Michele Brauen Donna Marie Bromsread
Nancy A. Brunner Norma Lynn Brunner
Cheryl Brust Ted Buonanno
Sandy Martin Burns Shirley Ann Burns
Karen A- CHHCYY Bonnie Campbell
Cynthia Cantie james R, Capan
David Carmcr Deborah Ann Casseri
Cindy Chart Jim Coffta
Mary Elizabeth Colopy Therese G, Coughlin
.Jim Cowl Kevin E. Covel
Linda j. Cross Beverly june Cummings
Mafif .IOYCC Cl-'mminS5 Deborah Ann Davis
Barb Delflys David P. Dc-:Young
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Janice Carol Downey Patricia Ellis
Kathy Esrlcr Doug Farrell
Patrick J. Feldman Dime A' Fisher
Paula jane Fitzsimmons
Steven L. Flanders
Ryan R. Forrcstcl
Douglas Frye Lorraine Ann Gallo
john Garrison james Golpl
GUY F4 GVUUHU Linda Susan Harris
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Robcrt A. Hcnsc-1 Bruce Allan johnson
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Tom jones Steve jones
Charles G, joy Michael Robert' Keller
Mary Viona Kcpplc'r Sarah Kingsley
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Sara Anne Klchn Michael Eric Knop
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Carl J, Kolipinski joseph S, Koss
Jerome Kostanciak Bob Kowalik
Kevin D. Kruschke Nancy Krzykowski
Patti Kumm Anne Lauridsen
Catherine M. Laycock Timothy R, Lockhart
Kevin Paul Mnndolcnc Michele D. Marconi
J05ffPh Maud jane Marie Matynka
John H- MCCOIHSIC1' Susan Claudia McNiff
Sally jo Mecca Tony Mello
Robert Arthur Milcs Sue Miles
Steven Niezgoda Peggy Ann Noody
Benjamin O'Conner Eileen Olszewski
Maria Eugenia Ordoncz Russell james Ormsby
David Offilviimi Sybil Marie Pacer
David Parker Paul H. Pims
Patti Poodry Audrey L. Porter
Bryan Ktirh R21uCh Winifrcd L. Reuben
Rachel Robnctr john M, Rogers
Sharon Lee Schafer Tim Schcppcrly
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Sandra -I. Schoenthal Kathy Schrock
Barbara ,Jean Shislcr Mary Anne Skomskx
james Sowinski Lawrence M. Spillman
Mary Anne Stapleton David EA Srock
Anda Sruchell Bob Ticdr
Frances Turner Lauretta C Varo
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Roger K. Voigt Smgy Walker
Safldfa LCC Wands Margaret Anne Webster
David Wehling Patrick Dale Welsh
Bill Weston john Wideman
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Brian V. Wight Paul L. Winnie
Jeffery D. Wright David B, Yaiser
Marlene Lara Yousey
Seniors Noi Pioiured'
The Class of 1972 would like, at
this time, to remember a fellow class-
mate, Mario David Frey, who passed
away October 1, 1965. He will always
be remembered by his friends.
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so mang people Ihal have
given Iheir mosl Io me Ihese
pasl monlhs. I know Ihal I am
gefling beller and I know Ihal
parl ol' mg progress is due Io
Ihe people Ihal cared aboul
me. There should be a bel-Ier
word. buf all I can sag is
Senior Class Cabinei
Sadie Hawkins Dance
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Li'l Abner and Daisy Mac
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Our favorite C???J period.
Selling Refreshmenis af Home Games
Junior Class Cabinel
The junior Class sponsored two events this year that required extensive planning and work by many dedicated stu-
dents. These events were directed by their officers Tom Schuler, Presidentg john Trigilio, Vice Presidentg Sue Berry, Secre-
taryg and Betty Rudolph, Treasurer. The class started out the year by sponsoring a dance in October. It gave them the initia-
tive to plan the harder projects of the year, Their first major project was the Donkey Basketball Game. It pitted the junior
UI-IOII-I" team against the "WORLD,' team with the "WORLD', team triumphing. The donkeys and players made the
event enjoyable for everyone present, The second project for the juniors took approximately a month to complete. They
made sitting a little softer around Akron by selling cushions. These cushions were decorated with the Akron Tiger, a Zodi-
ac wheel, and the words l'Send Help," The two projects proved very profitable for the junior Class treasury.
lkow I.' B. Baker, D. Mattioli, L. Santoline. Row
2: L. Kuraszkiewicz, C. Klingelsmith, R. Ben-
der. Row 3: M. Blasko, S. Dieterle. Row 4: D.
iPrintup, R. Ritecz. Row 5: P. Bassanello, S.
,Kazmierczalg D. Sutton, R. I-Iofmeimer. Stand-
ingf D. Holtz, P. Hammond, R. Pixley, W. Fish-
cr, S. Poulos, H. Stuchell, M. Crowell, D. Noyd,
C. Kraatz, S. Lega, M. Brown.
Row I.' M. Flanders, A. Ormsby, R. Blish. Row 2.-
1. Asbeck, V. jacobsen. Row 3,' J. Graves, P.
Kroemer, A. Wright, C. Reichert. Row 4: C.
Allen, E, Bmning, S. Berry, V. Kraatz, R. Wil-
liams, S. Pollack, M. Valcnte, Row 5: S. johnson
P. Weaver, K. Keller, K. Smith, S. Arnold.
Row I.' S. Miller, B. Rehwaldt, K. Pafk, K. Fish
cr. Row 2: E. Steimer, D. Gonsowski, D. Brad
field, G. Martino. R010 3: -J. Trigilio, -I. Bradley
K. Stapleton, L. Snyder, M. Hart, K. Burg, 'I
Sweitzer, M. Betzold. Row 4: M. Coffta, B. Hel-
lert,j. Wronowicz, W. Garrison, H. Nayman, L
Fitzsimmons, R. Rebmann, M. Bluhm, C
Row 1.'j. Asmus, L. Pagels, J. Peters. Row 2: A.
Schrock, L. Witnauer, C. Pann. R010 3: P.
Krantz, T. Vanice. Row 43.1. Bower, N. Frey.
Slanding: S. Poodry, A. Abrams, D. Colopy, K.
Ceisner, C. McNiff, W. Wight, D. Sescil, D.
Yohn, R. Boskat.
Row 1.' D. Steiner. R01412: M. Zysek, A. Ri
D. Thomas, B. Cummings. Row 3: V. Ri
P. Weaver, T. Dory, N. Raduns, T. Good
Bluhm, G. Pogel, G. jackson. Row 4: M.
T. Sigmon, R. Kress, C. Swiatowy, J. So
Rvw 1: C. Wagner, M. Odell, L. Roberto,
Weston, L. Michalek, D. Sregman, M. Mi
B. Rudolph, M. Lockhart, M. Peters, V
McNutr. Row 2: W. Hurne, D. Stuber, R.
j. Parzych, T. Schuler, T. Hartl. Row 3: R.
tor, N. Brockway, A. Forrestel, R. Brady,
Bedford, T. Schumacher, T. Bzssanello.
5 Sophomore Class Cabinet
The busiest group this year was the Class of 1974 under the leadership of Beth Brengel, Presidentg Carl Patterson, Vice Pres-
dentg Sue Lemanski, Secretaryg Tom Hitchcock, Treasurerg Cindy johnson, Student Union Representativeg and Peggy Pafk, Stu-
lent Union Alternate. The class did a lot of cooking for several bake and pizza sales they sponsored. They held two dances, one in
'arly November and one in May, to entertain the student body. In November they became ecology minded and sponsored a paper
lrive. However, in December they switched their interests to gardening and sponsored a flower sale. They also helped Akron's
chool spirit by selling school pennants and pins at various times throughout the school year.
Row 1: B. Ribbeck, L. Eldrecl, M. Szucs, P, Man!
dolcne, M. Miles, K. Mcinzer, R, Campbell. Row
2: K. Baehr, B. Garvey, M. Smith, M. Skye. Raw
3.' K. Ewald, C. Kumro, D. Berghom, R. Sy, C.
Wilkins, G. Homcsberger.
Row 1: -I. Karl, A. Cory, M. Lorwa. Row 2: P.
Kraatz, R. Lanrz, L. Spears, V. Reuben, L. Snell
C, Graves, R. Campbell, R. Diererle, S. Steiner?
Raw 3: A. Porter, R. Schrock, D. Kress, L.
Childs, S. Reigle, G. PeQueen, A. jones, M
Newman, D. Scarborough, B, Crowell, M. Kel-
lcy, G. Rogers.
ow 1: M. Oliver, G. Golding, D, David, R,
hearlcy, G, Abraham, D. Ribbeck. Row 2: M.
Kennedy, M. Srocker, H. Bruning, D. Maloney,
D. Spillman, T. Keller, D. Best, D. Alexander.
Row 1.' -I. jonathan, M. Cheavacci, T. Noody.
Row 2: C. Kinne, S. Mcbcod, S. Herod, K, jona-
than, V. Robnerr, F. George, M. Murphy. Row 3:
R. Srahl, J. Coffta, j. Kasperek, C. McNiff, j.
DeYoung, T. Zirzka.
Row l.' M. Rice, C, Baumen, R010 2: A. Ciamett'
-I. Frey, C. Roscnccker, C. Rogers, L, Pask. R
3: C. Best, D. Wilson, A. juliano, S. Lemamsk'
P. Pafk. Row 4.' R. Morrison, j. Lorwa,
Sweirzer, D. Yousey, -I. Widcman, Row 5:
Brewer, D. Gillmeister, K. Soika, R. Dean,
Strattcn, Row 6: B. Murray, T. Lacki, G. Hub
bard, C. Graff, T, Hume.
reshman Class Cabinei
The freshman class started their first fund raising with a bake sale at the Akron bank. In December the very
popular Snoopy dogs went on sale, just in time for Christmas. After vacation the class came back ready to work
on their second bake sale which was held in February. To end the year's work this amazing class of 175 students
held its gala dance on April 14. The year's success was due to the hard working officers: Ray Schepperly, Presi-
dentg Greg Tordy, Vice Presidentg jeff Trigilio, Treasurerg Sue Williams, Secretaryg and all the freshmen who
Row I.' B. Weston, D. Pacer, G. Schnabel, E
Cummings, D. Easton, R. Ribbeck, D. Alexan
der, C. Georger. Row 2.11. Anderson, M. Frey, K
Crossley, R. Milam, K. Huth, N. Eddy, G. jack
son. Row 3: N. Medole, R. Kelley, D. Begiers,
R. Massaro, R. Anderson, T. Rehwaldt.
Silling on Slepxs S. Odell, D. Pann, j. Hon
ger, L. Bradley, D. Pattcrson,j. Meyer, S.
all, J. Shisler, M. Stapleton, K, Kumpf, L.
D. Reimer, R. Karcher, K. Arnold.
Above: B. Sigmon, j. Babel, J. Hudson, R.
ent, S. Philips, V. Francis, D. Bushh
Slanding: S. Murray, j. Bohn, D. Sy, j. L
hand, D. Farrell.
Row 1: K. Kopp, D. Rosenberg, M. Platten,
Bradfield, W.jago. Row 2.'j. Socha, S. Smith,
Marquardt, L. Lederhouse, G. Newman. Rm
P. PeQueen, R, Schepperly, K. Keller, B.
-I. Bower, j. josey.
Row I: M. Brady, S, Rogers, j. Pask, M. Smirh,
M. Marconi. Row 2.' C. Buonanno, R. Eldred, M.
Miles, R, Robnett. Row 3: M. Caprio, S. Brun-
ing, L. Staehell,j. Wilson, P. Childs, P. Payne,
T. Wesley, j. Hammond. Row 4: D. Marquardt,
T. Davis, C. Fisher, R. Hoste, R. Forresrel.
Row 1: D. Tobin, T. Bluhm, M. Reynolds. Row
2: M. Kolipinski, K. Carmcr, L, Snyder, M.
Wright. Row 3: P. Lacki, j. Powell, V, Rusnak,
C. Oakes. Raw 4: M. Garrett, j. Chapman, S.
Rasrelli. Row 5: G. Burg, C. Kaufman, Little.
Row 6: K. Frey, C. Griffiths, C. Cummings. Row
7: 1. Dylag, C. Flading, K. Soika,
Row 1: R. Hake, P. Muck, J. Mauldin. Row 2.' D
Grimm, C. Adamkowski, D. Womack, V. Wit-
kop, F. McNutt. Row 3: B. DeFries, K. Capan
W Childs L Poodry R Grciner S jemison
R0104 J Carmba M Santolini B Rice S Par-
ker L Jamieson D Brawdy Row 5 G Tordy
T Peters A Pacer W Brunmg P Remington
Row 1: E. Stanley, A. Colopy, C. Spillman, M.
Cummings. Row 2: B. Bedford, B. Eckcrson, J.
Clark, Mr. Rcmscn, Teacherg C. Colopy, R.
Row 1: D. Lirfin, F. Golpl. Row 2: A. Pohl, ,I
We1ch,j. Ottncy. Row 33 L. Klawcr, K, Sigmon
Row 4: P. Hartl, M. Bluhm, T. Tihung, C
Bucholz, D. Huclomim, K. Heri, V. Weaver
Row 5: R. Hein, T. jones, Trigilio, S.
son, L, Srcgman, D. Schafer.
Row I.' T. Bistoff, L. Wetzen, M. Wunhman, K.
Ottney, T. Milani, C. Fiegel, P. Vanburen, L.
Printup, D. Scscil, N. Gronsowski, W. Hascley.
Row 2.' D. Philips, D. Stegman, j. Richardson
W. Whitlocke, E. Cramer, L. Hyde, C. Caple, j.
Kinne, D. Gates, K. Pawlick, D. johnson, C.
Karcher, R. Smith, B. Brengel, D. Parzych.
Row If L. Brust, S. Fisher, J. Schrock, D. Hit-
chcock,-I. Schultz, D. Pennuck, M. Gerstung, G
Ground, B. Borden, J. Palizay, J. McNutt, -I
Lutz, L. Ward. Row 2.' H. McClintock, A.
Abrams, C. Coffta, -I. Nixon, D. Swiatowy, W.
Fitzsimmons, T. jones, D. O'Connor. Row 3: A.
Staclthouse, R. Raykowski, G. Lemanski, M.
Dembrow, P. Kasperck, G. Bell, T. Pickwick, L.
Stallica, M. Rapisardi, E. Kress.
Row 1.' D. Zimmerman, -I. Parker, D. Drachen-
berg, K. joy, G. Garvey, M. Lyon, H. Smith, K
Oakes, S. Brackett, K. Becky. Row 2.' B. Camp-
bell, L. Kumpf, C. Meahl, L. Hammond, D.
Stahl, R. Gillmeister, E. Roll, M. Kelley, E. Re-
ichert. Row 3: F. Hutchinbon, M. Pope, j. Man-
dolene, R. Wmck, j. Covert, C. Vanburen.
Row 1: L. Bower, P. Valente, E. Flanders, D.
Hofmeierhl. Keller. Row 2: V. Rastelli, D. Stahl
L. Plarren, T. Burck. Raw 3: D. Wesley, P.
Kroemer, G. Oliver. Row 4: E. Rusnak, D
Achuff. Row 5: K. Lummel, B. Rehwaldt, L.
Bnming. Slanding: W. Price, D. Stanley, M
Rochling, K. Downey, E. Coughlin, D. Parker,
L. Giesler, J. Alexander, C. Bennie.
Qow 1: S. Muggleberg, D. Pafk, C. Georger, A.
Kbrams. Row 2: S. Cummings, C. Ribbeck, S.
iisher, B. Goeseke, B. Legs. Row 3: R. Yager, B.
Wight, C. Stuchell, L. Marinaccio, T. Heberling,
itanding: C. Caprio, D. Blish, B. Putzbach, L.
Wurrhman, D. Pawlick, D. Rung, j. Baehr, j,
lictor, S. Smith, D. Brown, J. Karl, M. Philips.
Row 1:j. Graves, T. Heri. Row 2:1 Darling, K.
Ribbeck, D. Webster, D. Reuben, D, Baehr, D.
Bruning. Row 3: C. Spillman, K. Borchert, j.
Young, M. Childs, V. Pafk, M. Nice, L. Schubel,
M. Koss, j. Strelczak. Slandir1g.' M. Mattioli, K.
Fix, j. Gersrung, L. LaFaive, D. Fisher, A.
Womack, K. Lippert, B. Baker, R. Abraham.
Row I: K. Kron, D, Schumacher, R. Spillman, S
Tijung, D. Buonanno, S. Payne. Row 2: D
Achuff, S. Bennie, R. Barone, F. jemison, K
Hensel, N. Turner. Row 3: M. Bradley, C. Wilk
ins, j. Parker, W. Srrzelczyk, V. Wirltop, C.
Covel, T. Knop, T. Childs, A. Blackman, B.
Weston, T. Neider, S. Lindke, j. Campbell, S.
Zaiac, 1. Whitlocke.
Sitting: S. Karl, R. Hanson, D, Bassenello, L.
chuman, M. Klehn, R. Schnitzer, C. Corbett T
Smith, D. Caprio, L. Kazmierczalt, D, Wheatley.
Standing, Row 1: L. Bello, J. Rosenelter, S
M. Hudomint, T. Marquardt, T. Eldred, A Ho -
lenbeck, R. Michalak. Row 2: E. Barber .
Greiner, R. Pohl, R, Wagner, M. Cheavacci .
Bramley, T. Tordy, D. Wolfe, D. Smith. Row 3'
G. Redeye, R. Flatt, P. jemison, S. Goodridge
Row I: S. Rohloff, D. Smith, J. Kostancialt
Vanice, R. Kinne, D. Eddy, T. Rapisardi,
Roggen. Rnw 2.' J. Frcy, Y, Yoder, E. Lucia,
Bucceri, M. Campbell. Rvw 3: N. Bmnner, P
Bosltar, A. Nicometi, H. Morrison, R. Hc
C. Murray, F. Baker, J. Smith, R. Ground, j.
Socha, D. Koons.
Row I: M. McGrcgor,j, Mangani, P. Morgan,
Cummings, J. Shisler, C. Bruning. Row 2: T
Claude, R. Cummings, M. Fish, S. Snyder, R
Patterson, R. Reuben. Row 3: R. Wilson, M,
Rosenberg, -1. Trigilio, L. jones, C. Sowinski, M
Schmigel. Row 4: L. Dean, vl. Ballow, D. Strat-
ton, R. Lauridsen, C. Rice, C. Childs. Rvw 5: A.
Smith, V. Davis, C, Bucholtz, S. Parker, K.
Stocker, B. Smith.
Tiling, Row 1.' D. Rohloff, S. Bedford, P. Fix, B.
iruning, M. Skomski. Row 2: S. jones,j. Meyer,
I. Domon, G. Smith, D. Bmcker, Row 3: P.
Vehling, B. Bedford, R. Karcher, T. Hopkins.
tanding: K, O'Lone, E. DeYoung, P. Morrison
Anderson, D. Berghorn, B. Young, V. Morri-
Jn, T. Oppel, B. Dean, T. Rogers, L. Prinrup
Raw 1.' K. Mondello, D. Brawdy, T. Walker, -I.
Richardson, D. Bushhammer, M. Riemer. Row
2: E. Hansen, C. Forrestel, N, Pollack, R.
Hartung, K. Borden, M. Dembrow, R, Palizay.
Row 3: M. Conibezr, L. Rehwaldt, C. Stuchell, L.
Litfin, K. Meinzer, C. Little, B. Taylor, M. Ste-
vens, J. Garrison, L. Neary. Row 4,' L. Bruning,
M. Sankey, K, Stahl, R. Roth, S, McCafferry, L.
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K Row 1: T. Groff, R. Alexander, Mrs. Downey
I V, , R. Koons, D. Schrock. Row 2.' D. LaFa.ive, D.
A., i 3 I 'I W Finger, R. Schalge, L. Nice. Rqw 3: G. Wmck,
. , , gg, M I A '-Lyn .r' C. Blackman, j. Palizay, J. Darling, R. Roggen
K A' ki If if f D. Kelley. Row 4.11. Bmst, M. Payne, H. Manga-
, ' ' ni, M. Swiatowy, -I. Colopy, T. Gibbs, M. Neid-
A V, er, M. Routledge. Row 5: M. Karayanis, H.
A V , - Campbell, M. Eddy, R. Frey, R. Grier, j. Forres-
A 'L ,az Q 'ff' ' Q tel, J, Valente.
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Row l. L. Parker, D. Hyder, Mr. Schrader, G. ', M S H 6 1 an ' 2
Poodry, D. Clary. Row 2: V. Tjhung, B. Yaiser, ff- ll 1 A M 5 ,W vi ,f
P. Santolini, T. Harrington. Row 3: D. Schu-
macher, G. Peters, T. Childs, L. Vanicc. Row 4, t ' V',,.fff' Q, f t
T. Lewis, M. Fish, M. Allen, B. Koellef, R. ,JT . I CJ,
Gerstung, M. Ellis. RW 5: T. Rudolph, M. sig- , - , js: Q l
mon, M. Eldred,j. Nagy, T. Mondello, G. Print- X-,L l I . ,
up, B. Spillman. Absent: N. Gates, T. Fix, A. ,
Beck, S. Pumcker. ,
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D. Wnlck, M. Doyle. Row 2: E. Lippert, K. Vic-
tor, M. Milan, V. Bernsdorf. R010 3.' A. Peters,
D. Parzych, O. Kipp, -I. Corbett. Row 4: T
Smith, B. Schultz, T. Shrock, T. Patterson, -I
Richardson, R. Wideman, M. Knyter, F. Bush-
hammer, S. Raye. Row 5: j. Delelys, D. Dud
ziak, C. Anderson, W. Fisher, D. Amerine, D
Donahue, D. Bnming.
Row 1: J. DiChristina, D. Blish, Mr. Wolfe, J.
Hammond, P. Carges. Row 2: D. Rosenberg, R.
Lobut, D. Stanley, E. Bramwcll. Rowir C. Amer-
ine, C. Achuff, D. Nehrboss, L. Rice. Row 4: P.
Radomslti, J. Olivct, J. Schnitzer, D. Smith, J.
Whalen, J. Ribbeck, C. Frey, T. Cory, B. Kinne.
Row 5: C. Nicometi, E. Kaspetek, J. Nicosia, K.
Roehling, J. Remington, R. Cummings, W.
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Row 1: B. Kress, R. Bellanca, W. Babiarz, Mrs.
Schamcl, C. Stackhouse, M. Saika, R. Oppel.
Row 2: A. Reuben, K. Marquardt, P. Mccaff-
erty, K. Lacltg S. Cheavacci, J. Smith. Row 3: J.
Rauch, R. Weston, T. Darling, K. Griffith, R.
Hein. M. Karcher. Row 4: M. Alai, P. Poodry,
N. Bradfield, R. Ribbeck, M. Anderson, R. Fate-
well, S. Smith, M. Kazmierczak, K. Meahl. Row
5: W. Reuben, P. Schnabel, L. Thentland, T.
Klingele, D. Bernsdorf, S. Criswell, L. Buro.
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Frey, S. Bradfield. Raw 2: S. Hake, B. Sweitzet,
NJ.f-- S. Jones, K. Lummel. Row 3: J. Parker, C.
-' ' mf Kumpf, D. Anderson, J. McCorquodale. Row 43
" .4-fl ' C, Kolipinski, E. Matrioli, Mrs, Thoman, B.
Xl , Tobin, L. Warren, L. Knop, R. Kopp, J. Allison,
J. Reichert. Rmu 5: M. Bassanello, J. Platten, R.
A Buonanno, L. Witnauer, N. Brunner, D. Reb-
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97' ' 72 Abrams, Miss Muchow, C. Cummings, j. Abra-
ham, G. Logan, T. Abrams. Row 2.' M. Pann, D.
' 5 V Novak, K, McArthur, j. Frye. Row 3: M. Edmist-
H K I 2 ff: er,j. Meyer, L. Nagy, R. Toczek, M. McMahon,
1, W. , ' if 1 r '7 -
. 1 l 3, I J. Schafer. Row 4.' S. Forrestel, M. Allison, S.
157' ' Nl fl Tumcr, T. Intz, B. Smith, s, Roberto, N. Hyde,
. P. Jonathon. Rvw 5: S. Bower, P, Klehn, K. Kel-
., Q ii' ' W lcy, P. O'Connor, M. LaDuca, D. Grice, A, Bos-
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S. Hartung, McCErTliey,. T. Ground, D. ' W xp MN' SH ""K""G '3 2 I V W '
Schultz. Row 2.5"l". Bisrolf,B.Y Ribbeck,NG. Mor- U Q ml lg ik 'K 2
rison, C. Wilmn, M. McNutt, D. McGregor, .
Row 3: T. Brackett, B. jonathan, J. Noyd, V. 'K 11 ! f V '
Gicsler, T. Kellogg- K. Barone. Raw 4:1 Ran- I gf, VA Q'
dall, I., Bower, -J. Estler, T. Wilkins, L. Ham- Ai X N' ' " sr, ff ,
mond, E. Bartlett, E. Tucker, C. Doyle, D. " ' -A
McGregor. Row 5: R. Bruning, S. jankowski, M. , ,, , ,
Williams, K. Faulring, T. Nicomeri, B. Burl f Q' i Mk 'T , QL
rows, C. jones. ' , A f A4-,,
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' Stage, D. Bruning, T. Hollenbeck, E. Pogel. Row
,V I f W 5 2: R. Gerscung, A, Blasko, J. Pixley, S. I-lake,
- Q., .K .K A 2 " 43 Row 3: R. Durst, J. Brown, B. Shafer, D. Hersce,
' f ,ij Qf- ff' , P. Childs, L. Schumacher. Rm 4.- s. Falker, M.
Q ' G. , H f 'f h , Whiting, T. Caple, M. O'Melia, 1. Phelps, B.
Roscnecker, B. Kelkenbcrg, E. Flading, L.
: ' Hyder. Row 5: R. Eddy, S. Miles, J. Stahl, L. Ul-
fi fs 1 V - - ..- K Q Q V A A 5. f ianov, S. Gabbcy, 1. Kron, E. Amerine. Abrenlx
N' ' 4, 'ff--f K1 55, 57' K. Beyer, j. Schrock.
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Row 2.' K. Szmak, G. Lacki, A. Tippet, P. Perry- ,A
man, F. Rehwaldt,j. Childs. Row 3: D. Carrub- E , jr :E k A
ba, -I. Sword, L. Kipp, C. Schuler, T. Conibcar, -' 7 5,15 7 A,
K. Neary. Row 4: L. jonathan, D. Snell, M. Frey, , W I . ' A A in ua
E. Sevor, F. Strzelczyk, K. Stock, A. Boskat, P. llfffzf ' . . .0 5 A '
Rehwaldt. Row 5: D. Bauder, D. Snell, T. Print- K , 1, N F L . N
up, M. Caple, P. Schrock, A. Odell, L. Stapleton. gi i
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I "' if . 5' Allen, M. Parker. Row 231. Bartrum, P. Amerine
5 ,Q ,, V, az L. Edwards, A, Jacobs. Row 3: S. Snyder, S, Brun-
, ,H X ef V 5 " If-.Zi ing,j. Reinhardt, j. Routledge, C. Lcga, S. Zitz-
fwwfwl W' V 4 K " 'xl rv ka. Row 4: C. Rebmann, S. jasinski, L. Sweeney
R. Noody, E, Bramwell, C. Confer, A. Childs
xf 5 K. Smirh, D. Reichert. R010 5: 1. Akin, C. Ander-
fl' :M 'iw I ,fro L V 'rf' son, R. Baker, L. Achuff, L. Nanni, J. Stanley
if nf , V3 K , ,. I ' rf m tg, M. Rohloff.
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Row 1: D. Stuchell, B. Hartwig, L. Roggen, Mrs. w-,334-ff: I X-'1 'kg
jost, L. Logan, P. McNurt, K. Coffta. Row 2: M. ' V ,W M A my N
jones, D. Graff, M. Allison, C. Kmschke. Row ' if
3, M, Lewis, K, Printup, W. Blish, L. Sweitzer, L I Af, , an
P, Palizay, A. Kelly. Row 4: K. Kenyon, D. Bre- V - - if ,X V' ' ' ' T '
mn, M, Graves, W. Eldfed, D. Boffhm, R, 01. I f' I A M M ,
denski, B. Glomb, M. Greiner. Row 5: W. Rob- 'ri S
nerr, L. Bennie, M. Brown, L. Cummings, C. .
Kelkenberg, N. Kazmictczak, R. Smith. Q Q 1 W Q g ,
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A A M ston, D. Satterlee, L. Drachenberg. Row 2: L. Lit-
- ,,,, ,,,, A r fin, G. Marguardt, L. Criswell, S. McCafferty.
.X .- I V " x Row 3: D. Stock, R. Campbell, R. Brewer, J.
A ' xg. ' ' qv li 1 -, Montville, R. Mondello, L. Roggen. Row 4: M.
S If , , mm ' 1. ' Pacer, J. Camegie, K. Burck, E. Gallerdorfer, J.
l' Y ' S 'A J ' Yager, C. hansen, R. Grimm, N. Spring. Row 5:
D. Wik, L. Rogers, D. Griffith, Hyde, L.
, l U Fisher, D. Edgar, B. Hake.
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Golia, M, Rapisardi, B. Miles, C. Kirk. Row 2: S.
Harrington, T. Riemcr, -I. Anderson, M. Sescil. tv '
Row 3: T. Bates, C. Keller, C. Rickwalt, C. Q E M I
Tobin, G. Strzcelczyk, V. Cinotti. Row 4: R. , , lr .
Smith, G. Hopkins, D. Donahue, S. Gates, K. . 3, ,V H iz Q .. .
Snyder, C. Sanderson, II. Olaf, D. Schultz. Row!!
K. Parker, J. Patterson, C. Reuben, T. Wisniewf ., '
ski, R. Schrock, D. Hersee, D. jonathan. g 'le i A gi' S fa? r :.
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l V Y K I McGovern, K. Gellart, D. Mazza, K. Groff. Row
-' 5 2: S. Klawer, D. jonathan, R. Eulenberg, L.
Q I Rom. Rm 3. T. George, D. Schnitzer, J. Pope,
N, ff L, Q in 5 U in , R. Kaufman, T. Brant, C. Roberto. Row 4: H.
.N 2' I Mr , , V7 jones, S, Witnauer,j. Kolopinski, C. Sanderson,
' A A V ' j. Schalge, -I. Geddes, L. Whitlocke, S. Warren.
V Row 5: S. Biro, D. Smith, R. Bellanca, M.
fsfs I Q L 4 Ground, L. Bower, R. Brewer, C. Henry.
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Flatt, S. McNutt, D. Rogers, C. Sanderson. Row I in
l 2: B. Sword, R. Glena, D. Frey, M. Oldenski. , ,ii f ' 1 - , P ' 3
l Row 351, Kelley, M. Cinorri, D. Strzelczyk, B. If 8-. 5 -P .5 . 4.
Ixderhouse, C. Mondello, J. Weston. Row 4: B. 'f 314.15 .1 :Iii ' - t .. , . '
Smith, S. Snell, K. Beyer, B. Rosenccker, M. A 43 3 , U,
Weatherbee, D. Peruzzini, K. Hake, T. Reinke, Q 11 if 5
D. Satterlee. Row 5: L. Smith, M. Toczek, J. 'Q 31, A, E J 1. H gifkk
Brackett, D. McArthur, D. Kowalik, J. Haney, 1 32 RT' V' "V ' . 2' 3,5 ' ' V.
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I 4 Covel, R.Jonathan,J. Trosterud. Row 23 D. Rol-
l J, v lain, D. McCoy, S. Klingele, L. Whitesell, C
yy if 8 I V 4 eg A 4 i Brewer, D. Schultz. Row 3: L. Young, T. Gibbs,
l ', jg ig V, .C ' , ' - - 57, W ' D. Dudziak, C. Pixley, D. Fix, R. Rem. Raw 4.
l D fi I M M D. Rice, S. Hendrick, J. Baker, S. Knyter, J. Zar-
noch, J. Buth, M. Dory, C. Dalley, D. Clark
Q , . K , Row 5: K. Baker, R. Lederhouse, M. Groff, L
1 - - 45, , ,. , , Boseck, R. Keller, T. Kanehl, c. Carnegie.
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S. Reagan, J. Rzduns, M. Womack. Row 2: K. 'V ' M . . Q -A 7' .J I
Criswell, B. Perry, M. McCann, J. Sowinski, C. " B
Doyle, D. Ribbeck. Row 3: G. Meffonkey, D. V,,.
Warrm, T. Hoffman, J. Schmidt, V. Farrell, L. Q pg ,nn I J - ,,
Pope. Row 4: P. Printup, T, Brady, W. Hire, S. A ' ' .. .3,f L n u
McAllister, J. Jankowski, C. Kumpf, S. Fenton, ,L N " I M . in A ll. I
M. Stollsteimer, D. Stackhouse, R. Ribbeck, T. I
Wonhman, M. Odell, C. Abrams, S. Ranney, C.
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'W T ' S. Wickham, J. Gibbs. Row 2.' T. Poodry, L.
Domon, V, Lederhousc, P. Philips. Raw 3: J.
61, . ff . Covel, D. Fisher, D. Rosenberg, A, Stuchell, A.
X 1 V' Q , 3 - A Akin, A, Cherry. Row 4:-I. Earle, A. Gothard, D.
H ' L Wg' 'N Q' "A Heri, T. Sword, A, johnson, R. School, C, Van-
J, I 'I 5 M ' V 0 ice, B. Milam, M. jonathan. Row 5: K. Burg, A.
Muscarella, D. Clary, G. Reuben, R. Penepent,
, ' L. Ruebcn, A. Gibbs,
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Row IJ M, Pollack, L. Hyder, T. Printup, Mrs. I ' 797' Q 2 . f
Chase, V. Witkop, S. Gothard, M. McAfee. Row
2.' S. Pixley, S. Drayer, R. Gabbey, L. Lippcrr. . -. 'V 5 L' "
Row 3.'j. Stanley,j, Blish, M. Fogal, L. Stahl, G. I ,' lf 2, - Q
LaDuca, B. Plarten. Row 4: L. Drachcnbcrg, J. A -' 'L if Q, 715' '
Edmister, D. Poulos, M. Farewell, D. Printup,j. 3, ' , ..-wi g i , W L K L' .I t
Bradficld, D. Lay, L. Phelps, S. Silvernail. Row 5:
j. Barbar, L. O'Melia, R. Smith, H, Sevor, L, ' '. L fi L,
Nice, C. DeYoung, M. Valentc. 6 . 5 y 15 V. 33
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J-f-S ' NJ-ff M. Rehwaldt, J. Bower. Row 2.- L. Hatcher, K.
lf . llifii A A A 'Mufil Qi... Pozda, P. Kelly, T. McAllister. Row 3: C.
i A My e i , T' Criswell, c, Cassell, J. Lobuf, s. Smith. RW 4.-
2 A . . . P Q E. Kumfo, D. Kirk, E. Dabb, T. Packman, B.
L I K Szmak, K, Breton, M. Bruning. Row 5: D. Hake,
W Q Q T. Tjhung, A, Conover, L. Lederhouse, D. Man-
, '- W W ,Q . gf. E'-, H ick, D. Cummings, T, Smith.
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Meyer, D. Rader. Row 2.' G. Wik, P. jasinski, R. N if -if 3 ' ' l li J fl -
Lobur, K. Amerine, Rvw 3: M, Gabbey, R. Hake, r,,. ,W
D. Ross, J. Koss. Row 4: H. Stoldt, A. Printup, -el-"-N ' ffl' I N't"T A
D. Biro, R. Groff, R. Lewis, j. Holtz, D. Rehao, w Juushi ' Q A -Mugh
I E. Bruning, C. Smith. Row 5: T. Peters, K. Ken- X ' J..fQ ,. k "il, b. 3 '
yon, P. Galland, B. Reuben, j. Smith, M. 3 A X"'J' r f
Wissinger, j. Baker,
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M. Brown. Row 2.' M, Benteen, j. Snyder, C.
, . Q5 Logan, M. Ciesner. Row 3: T, Hartunghl. Falker,
Lx V-,Y l ' i , - . T. Gibbs, L. Karzyanis, -I. Oldenski, S. Durst.
'ft ' , V , f I t- 35' Row 4: D. Hendrick, M. Beyser, M. Nanni, D.
is W: ,r Q If A Berghorn, P. McCaffel'ty, J. Young, L. Downey,
i A V A. Kaminski. Row 5: D. Schultz, S. Kelkenberg,
' I Q - 3. ' R. Lay, V. Marquardt, W. Schumacher, J. Dc-
,jvi Q -S W 6.4 , Christina, K. Bates. ALJPYIII C. Albright.
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Row1.' G, Raduns, L. Logan, Miss Gere, K. Lit- y , ,H '37 U 'Z
fin, K. Prapost. Raw 2.',I. Kowalilt, S. Kuhl, K. '
Wagile, P. Engle, R010 3: S, Rice, M. McCor- I ' I 1 M
quodale, S. Groff, R. Bartram, D. Bromstead, K. Q 3 ' W K4-gs. '-96 I H VI
Drayer. Row 4: D. Snyder, S. Bedford, C. Sander- ' 4+ f " 5, .4 ' QQ A 5:2
son, R. Bower, B. Poole, C, Farrell, K. Koch, C. . H ' ' l in .
McConkey, Row 5: D. Yaiser, K. Garett, j.
Charles, D. jimerson, P, Miles, L. Rickwalt, D. . '
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ml ' i 1.1 ir, Row 1: D. Bruning, Mrs. Berczuk, D. Murray
'T'-9 as 4 3 it-is P., D. jonathan. Row 2.' H. Ground, K. Spillman
5, S ,mg I ,f, - Rm 3. L. Milam, M. MfNnff, T. Hoffman, K
I y ' i Hake, B. Swader, A. Blackchief. Row 4:1 Roeh-
ling, P. Darling, D. Garvey, C. Yoder, G. Sun-
UQV, 1 down, S. Kumpf, M. Schmidt. Abrentf R. Gold-
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D. Reinhardt, H. Meinzer. Row 2.' T. Akin, K. ' 1 X 'A 'm A I A 'feb' , ,Y
Tobin, M. Fish, D. Barone. Rowjf D. Dalley, T. To fl- a A 5
Schultz, D. Brady, A. Cinotti, M. johnson, D. r ,,, , ,
Zielinski. Row 4: E. Bower, S. Abrams, R. A ' A .
Claude, A. Kirsch, R. sannabei, B. Brady, s. Q - I 5 Ffa hw ..,
Taylor, R. Borchert. Row 5: T. Owen, M. Doyle, ' jg, -"na I . W I K
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Frey, R. Cummings, P. Beyser. Row 4: W.
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J. Jasinski, T. Schoenemann, M. Sruchell, D
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Harkness Center is a vocational school run by the Board of Cooperative Educational Services CBOCESD. The centerr
vocational courses that are supplemental to those offered by the individual high schools.
Its curriculum is designed for those students who will be entering the labor market upon graduation. However, these
dents can, and very often do, choose to continue their formal education before entering the labor market.
Harkness Center provides high school students with the opportunity to enroll in programs that they are interested in
that their individual schools could not possibly offer by themselves.
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Seated' Mrs. Arlcnc Richardson, Mrs, Louise Harrington, Dr, C. F. Philips, Mr, Richard Forrcstcl, Stana'ing,' Mr. Walter Abrams, Mr. Glenn Pafk, Mr. Richard
Mr. john Eckerson
jr.-Sr. High School Assistant Principal
Mrs. -Ioan White
Mr. Albert Lucia Mr. Luis Bello
Guidance Director Media Coordinator
Mr. Clarence Karayanis
Elementary School Assistant Principal
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Mrs. Lucille Bacheller Mr. Martin Belscher Miss Laura Cassiano Mr. Willard Crosby
History Mathematics History
Miss jean Bassinger
Mr. Jerold Edgar
Mr. Myron Dembrow Miss Susan Eck
Mr. jerry Drayer Mr. Robert Folger Mrs. NZIDCY GIOVCS
History Science Music
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Miss Marilyn Harlin Miss Sally johnsim Mr. George Martiny Mr, Harold McWilliams
Music English Science Science
Mr. Frank Helwig Miss Genevieve Kozuchowski Mr. Richard Latko
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Mrs. jane Downey Mrs. Nancy Thoman Mrs, Cheryl Sqhamel Miss Karen Muchow
Sixth Grade Sixth Grade Fifth Grade
Mr. Robert Wolfe Miss Susan Caywood Mr. Loren Schrader
Sixth Grade Sixth Grade Sixth Grade
Mrs. Moneda Hartzler Mrs. Isabel Stage Mr. Steven Golia Mrs. Susan McGovern
'Fifth Grade Fifth Grade Fourth Grade Fourth Grade
Mrs. Arlene Weeks
Mrs. Sally Stapleton
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Mrs. Angela jost Mrs. Candace Chase Mrs. Cheryl Selig
Fourth Grade Third Grade Third Grade
Miss Henrietta Winston Mrs. janet Snyder
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Mrs, Carolee LaFlarnme Mrs. Susan Berezuk Mrs- EICHHOY Putney MIS- P2U'iCiH 56110126
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Mrs. Gladys Siemesz Mrs. Marjorie Pafk MIS. G2ylC Maul
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First Grade First Grade Kindergarten Kindergarten
Mr. Paul Manton Miss ,joygg Mifzgl
Mrs. Dorothy B511 Mrs. Jeanette Hall
Librarian Library Aide
Mrs. EHCD GHFVCY Mrs. Doris Brackett
Mrs. Maxine Walters
Miss Betty Warner
Mrs. Oria Bello
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Miss Helen Reber Mrs. jean Rudolph Mrs. Myrtle White
Miss Janice Wolters Mrs. Corrine Becker
Miss Marion Green Mrs, janet Iulg Mrs. Emma Coffra
High School Cafeteria Qiaff
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Elemeniarg School Janiiorial Siaff
The Journalism Class meets daily during the school year with three main objectives in mind. The first is to learn about
ous aspects of journalism, such as writing different types of stories, the history of journalism, newspaper jargon, and the art
We then use this knowledge in the publishing of the school's monthly magazine, the ACS REVIEW. The magazine is
way to keep the students, faculty, and community aware of what is going on in the school. This year the Co-Editors of the
REVIEW were Tom Barkewitz and Jeff Wright, and the Business Manager was Stacy Walker.
The journalism Class also is responsible for the preparation of our yearbook the AKRONITE. This is a long-range p
that is not completed until the yearbooks are received and paid for. Most of the work is done by the Editors and Business N
er. This year they were Janice Downey, Sara Klehn, and Paul Mandolene respectively.
The Journalism Class as pictured above. Seated' Peggy Bedford, Cheryl Brust, Bruce Johnson, ACS REVIEW Sports E
Mary Stapleton, ACS REVIEW Sports Editor, Lorraine Gallo, Sara Klehn, AKRONITE Co-Editor, Janice Downey, AKI
ITE Editor, Smmz'ing.' Tom Batkewitz, ACS REVIEW Co-Editor, Jim Capan, ACS REVIEW Art Editor, Karen Caffery,
Walker, ACS REVIEW Business Manager, Mike Keller, Jane Matynka, Joanne Bradley, AKRONITE and ACS REVIEW
Editorg Doug Farrell, Lauretta Varo, ACS REVIEW Art Editor, Joe Mattei, Jeff Wright, ACS REVIEW Co-Editorg Geno
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The Akron Tiger Runners, coached by Mr. Edgar, enjoyed one of their finest campaigns ever in 1971. Besides an eight win
nur loss, third place finish in the Niagara-Orleans league, the Tigers finished fifth in the McQuaid Invitational, and captured
cond place in the Section Vl Class BBB race at Emery Park,
Akron's top runner was senior Bob Kowalik, who went undefeated in the N-O league, and won the BBB race. For the sec
id year in a row Bob represented Akron at the state cross country meet, where he finished fifty-fifth. Seniors Tom Barkewitz
rn Coffta, Bob Kowalik, Ryan Forrestel, Bob Tiedt, and Captain jeff Wright will be sorely missed by next year's squad. juniors
ndy Forrestel and Ned Brockway, plus a promising group create a strong foundation on which to build next yearls team
This year's j.V. squad won the league meet and finished first in the N-O league with a 10-2 record.
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Akron 25 Newfane 51
Akron 16 Albion 45
Akron 19W Medina 59M
Akron 29 Roy-Hart 26
Akron 55 Starpoint 19
Akron 27 Wilson 28
Niagara-Orleans League 5rd
All-League Run 3rd
Sec, VI - BBB Sectionals 2nd
McQuaid Invitational ith
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The Akron Tigers entered the 1971 season with high ex-
pectations, but ended with only a dismal 1-7 overall record to
show for their hopes. Akron finished with a 1-5 league record
which put them in a tie for fifth place in the Niagara-Orleans
League. The team was led by tri-captains Doug Farrell, Tim
Lockhart, and Bruce johnson, who was also voted the most valu-
The Tigers lost their season opener in a non-league game
against DeSales, but the following week it appeared that the pre-
season expectations had been justified as they rolled to a crush-
ing 56-61 league victory over Wilson. Akron, playing poorly,
lost its next game to Newfane. From then on the Tigers played
some excellent football, especially on defense, but could not put
together another victory.
Although they lost several key seniors, Coaches Wetzen
and Scappa have many talented juniors and sophomores coming
up and are looking for a good season next year.
Akron 0 DeSales 29 Akron 0 Albion 46
Akron 56 Wilson 6 Akron O Starpoint 12
Akron 14 Newfane 54 Akron 0 Roy-Hart 6
Akron 12 Gowanda 14 Akron 0 Medina 12
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once again had a very good season under the coaching of Mrs Williams The girls
were undefeated during the regular season. The Pembroke team was also undefeated so our girls were forced to participate
in a playoff game for the league trophy. Although the Akron girls gave everything they had they surrendered the trophy
placing them second in the league.
Akron 2 Pavilion
Akron 4 Batavia
Akron 4 Alexander
Akron O Pembroke
Akron 2 Oakfield
Akron 6 Warsaw
Akron O Pembroke
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The Akron Wrestling Tigers had their best season since 1966 as they finished a solid third in the Niagara Orleans 1.
and ended with a 6-7 record overall.
In the fourth annual Akron Christmas Tournament the Tigers emerged with two champions Tom Barkewitz C1125
Mike Keller C1385. joe Parzych C1555, jim Scotland C1675, and Ray Schrock C1775 took second place ribbons for Akron
Dave DeYoung CHVY5 placed third.
At the annual Niagara-Orleans League Tournament, Akronis john Bradley C1775 walked away with a league champro
while Tom Barkewitz C1125 and Pat Krantz C1325 took second places and Mike Keller C1385 and jim Scotland C1675 took
places. john Bradley C1775 placed first in Section VI Class BBB sectionals at Falconer while Mike Keller C1385 finished
Akron Depew Akron Nichols
Akron Albion Akron WilSOH
Akron Pembroke Akron Kendall
Akron Newfane Akron Starpoint
Akron Albion Akron Wilson
Akron Roy-Hart Akron Roy'H2rt
Akron 15 Medina
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Junior High Wresiling
For the first time in sixteen years the Tiger Sharks went undefeated with a record of 14-0 and one meet remaining. The
reamls four seniors provided the leadership and mrcleus necessary for the well-balanced team.
It took very good performances from all the Sharks in order for the team to place third in the Sectionals. They swam against
Wvelve other schools, several of which are twice as large. The swimmers placed in nine of the eleven events against tough compe-
Akron Corfu-Pembroke 29 Ak1'Ol'l Albion
Akron Roy-Hart 33 Akron BarkCr
Akron Corfu-Pembroke 36 Akron Oakfield-Alabama
Akron Alden 43 Akron Batavia
Akron Depew 36 Akron R0Y'H3ff
Akron Cheektowaga 41 Akron Albilm
Akron Oakfield-Alabama 37 Akron Bilfkffl'
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This year the Boys' Varsity Basketball Team compiled a 7-12 overall record in regular season play, with a 3-9 record in Niag-
ra-Orleans League games. This showing was good enough for a tie for fifth place in the league. The records alone, however, do
pt tell the whole story. The Tigers, led by co-captainsjohn Rogers and Bruce johnson, had several tough losses, and were only
eaten four times during the year by more than 10 points. Akron won the championship of their Christmas Tournament in one of
ge highlights of the season, beating Campus School in the preliminary game and Alden in the championship game.
Akron DeSales 72 Akron Wilson
Akron Wilson 82 Akron Starpoint
Akron Starpoint 92 Akron DeSales
Akron Roy-Hart 81 Akron Roy-H art
Akron Campus 64 Akron Newfane
Akron Alden 58 Akron Albion
We - Akron Newfane 62 Akron Park
-, Akron Albion 73 Akron Pembroke
C Akron Medina 72 Akron Medina
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The Girls' Varsity Basketball Team under the coaching of Miss Cassiano put forth an excellent effort this year
Although our victories were few in number we kept the scores close in most of the games,
The team would like to express their appreciation to everyone who helped during the season, including supporters who came
the games. Our greatest appreciation goes to Miss Cassiano.
Akron Cheektowaga 29
Akron Batavia 46
Akron Oakfield 28
Akron Pavilion 23
Akron Pembroke 25
Akron Elba 24
Akron Alexander 43
Akron Warsaw 30
Akron Attica 22
. Linda Law
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Junior Varsiig Baskeiball
Girls' Junior Varsiig Baskeiball
Bogs' Junior Varsiig Baskeiball
Junior Varsiig Baseball
Paced by a fine crop of juniors, the Akron track team ran their best season in Akron history.
The team finished a close second in the league and an even closer fourth in sectionals. Bob Kow-
alik was league and sectional champion in both the mile and the two-mile. The mile relay team of
Mike Keller, Russell Ormsby, Paul Winnie, and john Bradley took sectionals. With one change,
jeff Wright for Paul Winnie, they took the league. Russell Blish was a double winner in the
league, taking first place in the long and triple jump, while Russell Ormsby captured the league
in the 880.
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The 1971 Akron Central tennis season was highlighted by double wins over Medina and
Roy-Hart. For many boys, who had had no previous varsity experience in tennis, the knowledge
and experience that were gained this year will be of considerable help in preparing for next sea-
son, A great deal of credit must go to seniors Terry Blish, Peter Keppler, and Bill Schnabel for
the contributions they gave to the Akron tennis team this year and in previous years. With the re-
turn of juniors and sophomores Andy Forrestel, Peter Kroemer, Paul Pitas, Stephen Poulos,
Keith Rauch, Bob Tiedt, and Stacy Walker, the outlook for next season is very promising indeed.
Akron De Veaux
Akron Roy-H art
The Akron Central Senior Varsity Chorale is a select group of seventy top singers from Grades
9-12. They meet every clay for practice with their faithful director, Mrs. Groves. They give three of four
concert performances each year for the student body and the public. This year two of their performances
were presentations of the musical SOUTH PACIFIC. This involved the combined efforts of the chorale
members and many other students in the Drama Club and various other school departments. Musicals
are presented every second year and have included successful performances of OKLAHOMA, BLOOM-
ER GIRL, FINIAN'S RAINBOW, LI'L ABNER, and PLAIN AND FANCY.
Senior Girls Glee Club
rd Grade Choir
urih Grade Choir
Treble Clef Choir
Senior High Band
Junior High Band
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Junior High Orchesira
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Rgan Forresiel Represeniaiives
Michele Marconi Marg Anne Siapleion
Carol Reicheri John Trigilio
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Advisor: Mr. Sianleg Vicfor
Junior High Siudeni Union
Naiional Honor Qocieig
Grani Club Yorkers
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Fuiure Homemakers of America
Fuiure Farmers of America
Qupplg Office Siaff
Indian Culiure Club
Fifth Grade Ari Club
Third and Fourih Grade Ari Club
Sixth Grade Bogs' Intramurals
Row 1.' C. Nicometi,j. Remington, D. Anderson, D. Parzych, R. Alexander, j. Whalen, C. Kumpf,j. Schnitzer, T. Rudolph, M. Neider, K. Vic-
tor. Row 2.' R. Koons, T. Patterson, B. Schultz, R. Spillman, R. Schalge, M. Allen, D. Blish, R. Gerstung,j. Nicosia. Row 3.' T. Lewis, M. Payne, J.
Platten, D. Amerine, M. Swiatowy, W. Fisher, R. Wideman, DI. Hammond, j. DeLelys, P. Santolini, C. Anderson, -I. Frey, D. Farrell. Row 4: Mr.
Schleich, Coach, S. jones, B. Sweitzer, D. Hyde, J. Allison, D. Stanley, P. Carges, G. Poodry.
Treble Clet' Choir
Row l.' M. Allison, V. Bemsdorf, T. Smith, D. LaFaive, L. Hitchcock, E. Kasperek, L. Parker, j. Printup,j. Corbett, j. Schnitzer, K. Victor. Row 2.
R. Wideman, L. Nice, J. Reichert, K. Lummel, A. Peters, B. Koeller, N. Bninner,-I. Brown, K. Neary, D. Bruning, K. Stock, M. LaDuca, D.
Whiting. Row 3: K. Borden, E. Tucker, D. Anderson, K. Griffith, L. Wetland, S. Smith, D. Bender, L. Knop,j. Mann, J. Smith, N. Bradfield, E.
Sevor. Row 4: K. McArthur, P. Rehwaldt, B. Eldred,j. Kinne, K. Roehling, D. Warren, B. Ribbeck, T. Schrock, D. Dudziak, D. Snell, L. Uljanov,
D. Novak, P. jonathan, D. Bernsdorf. Row 5:-J. Marinaccio, S. jankowski, P. Perryman, C. Schuler, K. Schultz,j. Randall, S. Forrestel, D. Walters,
M. Edmiester, C. Baker, J. Meyer. Row 6: T. Rudolph, C. Wilson, T. Groff, T. Gibbs, S. Raye, R. Cummings, C. Amenne,j. Richardson, D. Do-
nahue, A. Stanley, A. Beck, N. Hyde, R. Snyder, E. Amerine. Row 7: T. Brackett, W. Babiarz, S. Fiegel, M. Caple, M. Soika, M. Omelia, A. Tip-
pett, -I. Sword, R. Murray.
Fourth Grade Choir
Row 1: K. Gellart, D. Schnitzer, L. Drachenberg, S. Bruning, D. Edgar, L. Bower, L. Groff, K. Smith, K. Printup. Row 2.' C. Sanderson, D. Smith,
R. Cowan, R. Oldenski, L. Roggen, C. Kirk, M. Greiner, M. Graves, j. Reinhardt, N. Kasmerczak, C. Tobin, B. Miles. Row 3.' H. jones, D.
Reichert, C. Hansen,j. Monteville, D. Griffith, P. Sescil, K. Novak, L. Sweitzer, T. Reimer, S. McCafferty, L. Edwards, K. Groff. Row 4:1 Bar-
tram, D. Wik, C. Keller, R. Smith, C. Sweeney.
Third Grade Choir
Raw I.' S. McAllister, P. Warren, C. Camegie, M. O'Dell, D. Poulos, A. Akin, M. McCann. Row 2.' B. Miliam, M. Weatherbee, L. Warren, L.
Domon, L. Boseck, S. Knyter, C. DeYoung. Row 3: D. Dudziak, C. Dalley, A.johnson, T. Wurthman, P. Gildner,-I. Brackett. Row 4: D. Printup,
D. Strzelczyk, G. LaDuca, R. Schrock, L. Lippert, P. Prinrup, T. Palizay.
Row 1.' K. Barone, J. Randall, M.,Iones, K. Meahl, M. LaDuca. Row 2: T. Groff, N. Bradfield, E. Tucker, M. Edmiester, R. Cummings, S.jankow-
ski, L. Warren.
Row I: M. Bassanello, M. Fish, M. Ellis, D. Warren. Roux 2.' D. Schumacher, T. Lewis, L. Warren. Row 3: D. Hyder, P. Carges, S. jones.
Sixth Grade Art Club
Rm 1: D. Donahue, L. Hitchcock, D. Dudziak, L. Rice, D. Rosenberg, K. Roehling, D. McGregor. Row 2:1 Parker, G. Prinrup, T. Schrock, S.
Raye. Row 3.' T. Brackett, P. Carges, T. Groff, D. Parzyeh, M. Milam, D. Stanley, C. Kumpf, D. Amerine.
Fifth Grade Art Club
Row 1: B. Smith, K. Marquardt. Row 2: J. Randall, E. Sevor, K. Griffith, D. Walters, j. Fix, S. Smith, D. Bauder. R01113: C. Wilson, L. Hyder, M
Edmiester, D. Novak, D. Hersee. Row 4: M. Pann, D. Snell, M. Omelia, Mrs. Garvey, Advisor, j. Rauch, j. Schrock.
Fourth Grade Art Club
R010 I.' S. Snyder, S. McCafferty, V. Lederhouse. Rvw 2.' M. Oldenski, M. jones, G. LaDuca, D. Lay. Row 3.' A. Kelley, L. Drachenberg. Row 4.'j.
Kelley, Mrs. Garvey, Advisor, D. Heri, D. Stock.
Future Homemakers of America
Row 1.' K. Meinzer, C. Marquardt, S, Smith, R. Eldred. Row 2.' H, Bramley, j. Powell, P. Childs, C. McNiff, S. McLeod, Miss Bassinger. Row 3: K.
Crossley, C. Klinglesmith, A. Schrock, K. Carmer, M. Garrett, P. PeQueen, M. Smith, C, Griffiths, -I. Chapman, D. Litfin, L. Spears, A. Pohl. Row
4.' S. Pacer, V, Francis, C. Cummings, D. Riemer, D. Womack.
Row 1.' C. Adamkowski, P. Vanice, V. Kraatz, L. Staebell, K, Meinzer, L, Whitnauer, M. Marconi, R. Williams, M. Swift, L. Pask, Rmu 2.' D.
Bromstead, L. Stegman, B. Baker, N, Schnabel, S. Williams, M, Kolopinski, D. Bromstead, P. Weaver, S. Philips, L. Schnabel. Row 3: V. Weaver,
C. Allen, S. Bmning, L. Bradley, -I. Welch, D. Sutton, j. Meyer, M. Caprio, Mr. Blish.
Su I Oflice Siafi'
L. Steggag Sgruning, L. Bradley, S. Philips.
Row I: S. Odell, D. Brucker, F. Hutchinson, T. Walker, P. Muck, D. Scarborough, W, Bennie, K. Arnold, L. Bello. Row 2.' B, Whitlocke, R. Yae-
ger, P. Valente, B. Crowell, L. Bello, G. Swiatowy, P. Kasperek, J, Whitlocke,
Row 1.' B. Baker, V, raatz, . Klehn. Raw 2.' D. Sy, j. Downey, G. Swiatowy. Row 3.' F. Daley, B. Sy, R. Yeager, K. Rauch.
Row I,' Miss Sutter, D. Davis, Miss assiano. Row 2.' L. Varo, M. Stapleton, R. Forrestel. Row 3: S. Pollack, Mr, Bclscher, R. Schepperly, Mr, Fol-
get, Mrs. Ludwick.
Indian Culiure Club
Rvw I: L. Printup, B.-Ionathan, T.jones, D. Parker, D, Printup, C. Ground, S. Snyder. Row 2.'j. jones, L. Parker, L. Printup, R. Ground, S. Parker,
L. Mitten, R. Reuben, A. Stuchell, D. Webster, F. George. Row 3: D. Reuben, M. Webster, F. Abrams, G. Printup,
Sta e Crew
L. Bello, . Yaeger, B, Crowell, S. Odell, D. Scarborough, G. Swiatowy.
Senior Class Cabinet
Row IJ M. Babel, M. Stapleton. Row 2.' K. Rauch, K. Caffery. Row 3:-1. Wright, B. Tiedt.
Rm I,' A. Orms y, P. Winnie, R, Ormsby, D. Farrell, B. johnson, T. Lockhart, D. Yaiser, T. Bassanello. Row 2,' Mr. Scappa, Coach, M. Keller, S.
Flanders, D. DeYoung,j. Parzych,j. Asmus,j. Wronowicz, T. Mello, J. McCollister, G. Martino, j. Rogers, Mr. Wetzen, Coach. Row 3: J. Koss,
J. Bradley, G. Abrams, R. Blish, R, Litfin, J. Trigilio, B. Fisher.
Junior Varsilg Foolball
K0u11:j. Haddow, D. Farrell, D. Hudomint,j. Karl, C. Patterson, W. Ball, II. Babel,j. jonathan,j. Rohloff. Row 2.' Mr.jenkins, Coach, P. Pisca-
telli, M. Kelley, C. Bucholtz, T. Peters, G. Tordy, A, Pacer, -I, Luchterhand,j. Bohn. Row 3: Mr, Silvernail, Coach, D. Gillmeister, K. Palizay, L.
Pooclry, P. Remington, M, Szucs, R. Greiner,j. Hammond, M. Plattin,j. Trigilio, R. Forrestel, S.jemison. Row 4.'j, Captio, M. Novak, D. Brack-
ett, A. jones, B. Dean, T. Morgan, T. Hitchcock, K. Zimmerman.
Senior High Orchestra
Row 1: S, Niezgoda, S. azmierczak, K. Burg, D, Flading, N. Schnabel. Row 2.' M. Hart, M. Lockhart, L. Snyder, T. Lockhart, B. Baker. Row 311.
Welch, K. Covel, R. Cummings, M. Stevens, L. Stegman, C. Flading, K. Stapleton, K. Meinzer, C. Mondello, T. Claude. Row 4: T. Hitchcock, D
Suttor., M. Peters, D. Steiner, -I. Trigilio, J. Downey, K. Schrock.
Junior Hi h Orchesira
Row 1: M. Riemer, C. tuchell, R. Cummings, D. johnson, K. Downey, M. Karcher. Row 2.' C. VanBuren, S. Thjung, M. Stevens, J. Palizay, K
Meinzer, E. Lippert. R0w3.' T. Claude, C. Mondello, D. Smith, L. Rehwaldt, L. Stegman,j. Trigilio, D. Hitchcock, L. jones, P. Kroemer, M. Fish
Row l.' M. Stapleton, L. Varo, S. Berry, R. Forrestel, M. Marconi, C. Reichert, -I. Trigilio. Row 2.' F. Abrams, K. Stapleton, L. Gallo, T. Vanice, K.
Baehr, M. Vanice, L. Snyder, P. Muck. Row 3: B. Tiedt, B. Brengel, M. Peters, C. Allen, P. Kumm, C. Wagner, j. Sweitzer, K. Rauch. Row 4: R.
Ritecz, R. Schepperly,j. Wright, T. Schuler, D. Stuber, C. Claude, P. Kroemer, C. johnson. Row 5: R. Forrestel, C. Kumpf, D. Sy, K. Sigmon, L.
Klawer, M. Marconi, A. Schrock, D. Noyd. Row 6: B. Klawer, G. Swiatowy. '
Junior Hi h Sfudenl Union
R01111: D. Brown, B. right, P. Morgan, B. Lega. Row 2: D. Buonnano, M. Dembrow, D. Blish. Rnw 3: B. Putzbach, L. Kumpf, M. Koss, -I. Vic-
tor, D. Philips, M. Philips. Row 4: D. johnson, D. Wesley, K. Oakes, C. Forrestel.
Nahonal Honor Sociei
Row 1.' K. Rauch, R. Forrestel, B. johnson, R. Tiedt, . Fisher. Row 2: j. Coffta, D. Frye, T. Barkewitz, L. Harris, K. Brauen, J. Downey.
Row 1.' D. ennock, D. johnson, D. Hitchcock, j. Nixon, D. Wesley. Row 2: E. Rusnak, C. Fiegal, P. Kromer, A. Womack. Rvw 3: K. Oakes, P.
Valente, L. Wetzen, D. Zimmerman, K. Ottney, L. Marinaccio, D. Fisher, L. Geisler, E. Roll. Row 4.'j. Covert, D. Philips,-I. Victor, D. Brown
M. Philips, P. McLoud, M. Dembrow, B. Wright, M. Koss, M. Mattioli, V. Pafk, C. Meahl, D. Blish.
Grani Club Yorkers
Row I: R. Schnitzer, E. Hansen, P. Morgan, C. Corbett. Row 2.' M. Dembrow, S. Lindke,j. Rosenecker, R. Hartung, M. Fish, T. Eldred, M. Hudi-
mint. Row 3: K. Hensel, M. Rosenberg, C. Forrestel,j. Trigilio, B. Taylor, L. jones, J. Parker, M. Connibear, S. Snyder, R. Patterson. Row 4: T.
Rogers, S. Payne, R. Roth, S. McCafferty, B. Smith, L. Vanice, S. Rohloff, E. Barber, M. Bradley, j. Bellow, K. Meinzer, K. Sowinski.
Libra rg Club
Row 1.' K. Ottney, Mrs. Abraham, Miss Ellsworth, j. Meyer. Row 2: K. Ribbeck, L. Hyde, L. Kazmierizak, A. Stackhouse, T. Eldred.
L. Spillman, W. Whitlocke, M. Penko, G. Swiatowy, S. jones, B. Putzbach.
T. Barkewitz, W. Sy, S. Klehn.
Fuiure Farmers of America
Row I.' C. McNiff,j. Kostanciak, R. Schrock, D. Berghom, W. Wight, M. Coffta. Rm 2.' R. Ribbeck, D. Pacer. Row 3: B. Wight, j. Smith. Row
4: Mr. Rozelle, j. DeYoung, T. Rehwaldt, D. DeYoung,j. Wideman, D. Berghom, D. Sescil, D. Brucker. Row 5: B. Murray, W. Bnining, R.
Stahl, D. Sescil, E. Kress.
Junior Class Cabinet
Row 1: S. Berry, C. Allen, T. Schuler. Row 2.' II. Trigilio, B. Rudolph, P. Kroemer.
Soehomore Class Cabinel
Row I: . Vanice, B. Brengel. Row 2: D. Bromstead, C. Rogers, B. Klawer, C. Patterson, G. Hubbard. Row 3: B. Staebell, P. Pafk, D. Domon, C
Johnson, S. Lemanski. Row 4: F. Daley, T. Morgan, T. Hitchcock.
Freshman Class Cabmei
Row 1: K. Kumpf. Row 2: R. Forrestel. Row 3: S. Williams, J. Trigilio. Row 4: G. Tordy, R. Schepperly.
High School Cafeieria Siafl'
V. Hopkins, E. Forestner, B. Leavitt, A. Falsioni, J. Young, F. Wyder, J. Rosenecker, S. Wolak, M. Kinne, J. Pann, S. Cummings.
Elemeniarg School Cafeieria Slafl'
Row 1.'J. Bower, V. Bus hammer, S. Lippert, V. Drachenberg, F. Zola, A. Snyder, F. Abraham. Row 2: J. Nice, C. Zimmerman, A. Lowder.
High School Janilorial Slaff
Row l.' J. Cescon, B. Bower, A. Begiers, A. Cheavacci, V. Walters. Row 2: E. Klawer, I. Ciamerti, G. Scharlau, J. Mattei.
Elemenfaru School Janiiorial Staff
Row 1.' C. Roggen, F. Zo a. Row 2: V. Rugg, V. Drachenburg, J. DiSimone. Row 3: S. Mann, G. Poulos, M. Swiniarski.
Row 1: N. Brockway, G. Rogers, . Wright, R. Forrestel, J. Coffta, R. Tiedt. Row 2: D. Blish, S. Eckerson, R. Schepperly, T. Tjhung, Mr. Edgar
Coach, A. Smith, Manager, P. Kroemer.
Varsiig Fooiball Cheerleaders
Row 1.' S. Mecca, L. Cross. Row 2: S. Schoenthal, C. Wagner, M. Stapleton, B. Shisler. Raw 3: S. Berry, C. Bmst, Mascot: R. Wagner.
Junior Varsiig Foolball Cheerleaders
Row I: S. Randall, C. Oakes, J. Frey, N. Koeller, V. Rusnak, C. Rogers. Row 2: C. Johnson, G. Coughlin, M. Muchow, A. Valente.
Junior Varsrlg Hocke
Row 1: K. Sigmon, C. Oakes, C. Confer, M. Peters, . Rusnek, M. Caprio, C. Rosenecker, B. Klawer, M. Muchow, L. Klawer, C. Rogers. Row 2.
K. Soika, D. Pann, L. Pask, P. Pafk, R. Karcher, S. Lemanski,J. Pask, D. Domon, S. Randall, J. Shisler, M. Marconi, M. Vanice, L. Staebell, K.
Kumpf, D. Patterson.
Va rsnlg Hocke
Row 1: V. Jaco sen, Manager, K. chrock, B. Staebell, S. Pollack, M. Stapleton,J. Frey, K. Blasko, Manager. Row 2: K. Sigmon, M. Peters, S
Schoenthal, M. Marconi, S. Berry, B. Brengel, M. Lockhart, M. Babel, C. Rosenecker, B. Klawer.
Row I: M. Pou o' Ar. Wetzen, Coach. Row 2: J. Rogers, T. Bassanello, M. Novak, J. Parzcak, J. koss. Row 3: B. Johnson, J. Trigilio, J. Wronow-
itz T. Lockha'
Junior Varsilg Baseball
Row : C. Patterson,J. Wrdeman, D. Brackett, G. Bedford, G. Rogers, K. Zimmerman. Row 2: D. Blish, J. Caprio, T. Morgan, F. Daley, A. Porter
T Schuler, N. Brockway, Mr. Edgar, Coach.
Row 1: P. Winnie, Mr. Scappa, Coach. Row 2.' T. Schumacher, T. Barkewitz, J. Schepperly, M. Bassanello, P. McConkey, W. Zitka, G. Martino.
Row 3.' C. Claude, T. Goodrige, A. Ormsby, J. Wright, M. Keller, T. Carges, P. Hammond, D. Gonzowski, J. Scotland. Row 4: D. DeYoung, R.
Brady, S. Flanders, B. Dean, J. Garrison, R. Ormsby, R. Kowalik, J. Bradley, R. Litfin, G. Abrams, N. Roll, M. Reuben, R. Blish.
Row 1: K. Rauch, T. Blish, B. Schnabel. Row 2: R. Tiedt, S. Poulos, P. Pitas, S. Walker, A. Forrestel, P. Kroemer, Mr. Wolf, Coach.
Row I: P. Bedford, M. Valente, L. Snyder, L. Gallo, M. Marconi, C. Rogers, P. Kroemer, S. Murray, T. Hitchcock, J. Carruba,J. Babel, C. Bauman
V. Jacobsen, P. Pafk, C. Confer, D. Flading. Row 2: M. Hart, J. Welch, A. Ciammetti, L. Ctoss,J. Coffta, G. Newman, C. Graff,J. Wideman, D
Yousey, G. Rogers, A. Juliano, L. Kuraszkiewicz, S. Mecca, M. Yousey. Row 3: K. Stapleton, D. Pokorski,J. Swietzer, K. Caffery, C. Laycock,J
Parzych, P. Hammond,J. Bohn, T. Morgan, M. Coffta, A. Forrestel, K. Covel, T. Schuler, K. Burg, N. Koeller, B. Staebell, C. Johnson. Row 4.
Mrs. Groves, Director, C. Reichert, M. Betzold, E. Brunning, K. Brauen, A. Pacer, J. Wideman,J. Bradley, C. Kraatz, J. Rogers, S. Miller, J. Trig-
ilio, Frey, T. Coughlin, K. Soika, B. Rudolph.
Senior Girls Glee Club
Row l.' L. Snyder, L. Michalek, B. Klawer, D. Casseri, S. McNiff, M. Marconi, M. Bedford, M. Valente, S. Pollack, V. Kraatz, M. Cummings, P.
Pafk, K. Confer, P. Bassancllo. Row 2: A. Ciammetti, L. Gallo, K. Stapleton, L. Spears, E. Bruning, M. Babel, A. Valente, D. Cummings, L. Cross
S. Schoenthal, A. Juliano, C. Allen, H. Bramly, S. Mecca, M. Yousey, L. Kuraszkiewicz. Row 3: C. Rogers, C. McNiff, C. Rosenecker, K. Caffery
M. Betzold, C. Reichert, S. Berry, J. Sweitzer, W. Sweitzer, F. Abrams, K. Soika, V. Jacobsen, G. Coughlin, D. Sutton, B. Staebell, N. Koeller, D
Flading. Row 4: Mrs. Groves, Director, S. Snyder, K. Brauen, C. Laycock, C. Wagner, K. Keller, M. Hart, M. Peters, J. Downey, T. Coughlin, M.
Lockhart, D. Noyd, A. Schrock, S. Lemanski, K. Burg, B. Rudolph, J. Frey.
Freshman Chorale -
Row l.' K. Capan, R. Berent, M. Wright, D. Pann,J. Welch, D. Patterson, K. Kumpf, A. Pohl, L. Snyder, S. Williams,J. Wilson, K. Crossley, K
Carmer, M. Stapleton. Row 2: D. Womack, D. Riemer,J. Meyer, J. Josey, S. Rastelli, M. Caprio, V. Rusnak, L. Bradley, C. Oakes, M. Marconi, K
Adamkowski, P. Childs,J. Chapman, K. Heri, L. Staebell, S. Randall. Row 3:J. Hudson, M. Bluhm, M. Brady, C. Griffiths, L. Fry, C. Cummings
L. Poodry, S. Murray, R. Schepperly,J. Mauldin, K. Soika, S. Phillips, S. Bruning, R. Karcher, Shisler. Row 4.'J. Trigilio,J. Bohn, S. Eclterson
D. Sy, G. Newman, J. Babel, V. Francis, L. Stegman, C. Flading, B. Rice, J. Pylag, M. Smith.
Senior Hi h Band
Row 1: A. Valente, D. utton, M. Peters, K. Smith, D. Noyd, D. Gerstung, D. Steiner, A. Schrock, S. Schoenthal, B. Rudolph. Row 2: P. Muck, K
Burg, B. Staebell, M. Hart, M. Wright, J. Downey, B. Brengel, G. Burg, D. Patterson, D. Reimer, K. Schrock. Row 3: M. Brown, J. DeYoung, S
Steiner, L. Fry, C. Bucholtz, S. Eckerson, T. Hitchcock, P. Pafk, C. Johnson, J. Little,J. Wright,J. Trigilio, W. Brewer, J. McCollister, S. Odell
K. Arnold. Row 4x J. Jonathan, S. Flanders, C. Patterson, J. Trigilio, A. Pacer, M. Sigmon, J. Meyer, T. I-Iurne, R. Berent, M. Stapleton.
Junior Hi h Band
Row 1: R, Reuben, Cgiorger, M. McGregor, L. Kazmierczak, E. Lucia, D. Achuff. Row 2: T. Knop, P. Kroemer, T. Eldred, L. Jones, C. Fiegal
M. Schmigal, T. Walker, D. Hitchcock. Row 3.'J. Trigilio, E. DeYoung, B. Wright, P. Kasperek,J. Richardson, M. Dembrow, K. Downey, R
Yager, M. Fish.
ow I.' Mr. Drayer, Coach, M. Keller, J. Garrison. Row 2: P. Kraatz, T. Barkewitz, D. Frye, J. Bradley. Row 3: T. Hurne,J- P2IZYCh, F- MCNUH, DA
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unuor Varsilg Wresilrng
'Zow 1: T. Mello, S. Walker. Row 2: R. Ritez, J. Asmus, R. Litfin, J. Karl. Row 3.' R. Schrock, G. Tordy, J. Coffta.
low I.' S. Snyder. Row 2: J. Meyer, V. Jacobsen, H. Bramley. Row 3: C. Wagner, S. Berry, C. Rogers.
low I.' M. Muchow, C. Brust. Row 2: M. Caprio, M. Marconi, V. Rusnack. Row 3.' L. Bradley, J. Welch.
low I.' J. Little, R. Schepperly, J. Rohloli, R. Forrestel, A. Pacer, D. Hudimint. Row 2: J. Hammond, T. Hitchcock, A. Forrestel,
John, D. Holtz, S. Miller, K. Palizay. Row 3.' T. Schepperly, B. Kowalik, Mr. Schleich, Coach, R. Forrestel, J. Sowinski.
ous' Varsiig Baskeiball
Row 1: J. Rogers, B. Johnson. Row 2: R. Ormsby, Manager, K. Rauch, Manager, P. Winnie, S. Jones, T. Lockhart, R. Blish,J. Koss
Wright, G. Abrams, Manager.
Girls' Junior Varsiig Baskeiball
lbw I.' M. Babel, Manager, M. Lockhart, C. Confer, Manager. Row 2: T. Mitten, S. Pacer, D. Domon, B. Klawer. Row 3.' C. Rogers,
wer, Miss Cassiano, Coach, F. Turner, K. Soika, A. Juliano, S. Snyder.
irls' Varsiig Baskeiball
llow 1: M. Babel, Manager, C. Confer, Mana er. R 2: C. W
iosenecker, F. Abrams.
Boys' Junior Varsiig Baskelball
g ow agner, L. Harris, P. Mandolene, Miss Cassiano, Coach, L. Varo, B.
S. Murray, J
C. Jonson, J.
Row If G. Rogers, D. Brackett, C. Patterson, T. Morgan, F. Daley, Manager, L. Pooclry, Manager. Row 2.' B. Heinz, B. Koss, T. Peters, J. Lucht-
:rhan, B. Dean, J. Caprio, M. Novak.
Varsilg Baskelball Cheerleaders
Row I.' L. Gallo, M. Valente. Row 2: L. Cross, S. Schoenthal. Row 3.' B. Shisler, S. Mecca. Row 4: M. Babel, E. Bruning.
Junior Varsifg Baskelball Cheerleaders
Row I.' S. Randall, J. Josey, K. Kumpf, J. Frey. Row 2: M. Muchow, N. Koeller, C. Johnson. Row 3: A. Valente, G. Coughlin,
low I.' N. Koeller, S. Schoenthal. Row 2: J. Frey, S. Mecca, L. Cross, C. Bmst, B. Klawer, B. Shisler.
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Varo, S. Bruning, K. Kumpf, A. Valente, D. Domon.
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Qow I.' P. Kroemer, K. Burg, Alternate, B. Johnson, J. Downey, Alternate, T. Barkewitz, J. Trigilio, Alternate.
bw I.' P. Mandolene, Mrs. Bachellor, Advisor, M. Swift. Row 2.' J. Hudson, C. Allen, S. McCleod, S. Schoenthal, R. Tiedt.
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Roger F. Downey
C. Dee Wright
John C. Brust
William F. Bradley
Thomas B. Walker
. Arnold J. Handrich
Robert A. Hensel
Elwood A. Kruschke
Gerald H. Fisher
john A. Frye
R. G. Brunner
Robert E. Delelys
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stock
SENIOR CLASS OF I972
BANK OF AKRON
STRIPPIT DIVISION OF
C 81 E TELEVISION, APPLIANCE, AND FURNITURE
VARDEN STUDIOS, INC.
FORD GUM AND MACHINE COMPANY, INC.
ROCHESTER BUTTON COMPANY
NATIONAL GYPSUM COMPANY
Mr. A. E. Vossler - Journalism Advisor
Al's Barber Shop - Al and Carl
Salva+ore's Barber Shop
Parlc Super lncorporaled
Fred E. Thomas Agency lncorporaled
Ross Funeral Home
Edward Mal"l'ioli - Allorney al' Law
Bradley and Sons lncorporaled
Whiling Roll-Up Doors Manulacluring
Agway Cooperalive lncorporaled
Dr. Floyd Hilchcoclc, Jr.
Al Zimmerman lncorporaled
Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Philips
Corbell Lumber and Builders Supply
John and Janice
Joseph K. Thoman
C. Lee Chase
Douglas A. Farrell
Ma r+ha M. VeHer
R. M. McKee
Mr. A. H. Burg
Harv and Mabel
Last Will and Tesiamenl -
Class of 1972
janice Downey leaves a sympathy card to next year's Akronile Editor and her sister, Karen, to Miss Harlin.
Lauretta Varo leaves her patience to be one of the few freaks in ACS to whoever has the head for it.
Sue McNiff leaves her ability to do finger waves to Nancy Raduns and her chair in Varsity Chorale to her sister,
Sara Klehn leaves the Senior Class of '73 to Akron. May heaven help the town!
Debbie Flading leaves Miss Harlin the consolation that in a few years she will have a Sr. Orch. that will be able to
go to festival and play a Grade 5 of music.
Deborah Davis leaves her ability to talk herself out of tight situations to Carmen Meahl.
Paula Fitzsimmons leaves her ability to get into "hot water" to Dana Printup.
Teri Coughlin is leaving on her "bicycle" and is heading for new horizons . . . shelll get there too!
Dennis Berghorn leaves his gym lock to any underclassman who can open it and his office as President of the FFA
to his brother.
Dave Carmer leaves the Machine Shop II class at Harkness to Ripleyls Believe It or Not.
Nancy A. Brunner leaves, to move on to better things.
Norma Brunner leaves her couch in the Senior Lounge to any junior next year with a hangover and love and luck to
Mickey, Winnie and Keith, and Audrey and Dave.
Karen Brauen leaves her ability to write poems, her love of Shakespeare, and her collection of Ben Burrough's poems
to Mr. Edgar.
Shirley Burns leaves all her shorthand notebooks to Mrs. Ludwick. Good luck!
Joanne Bradley leaves, to any deserving girl, the luck she had in finding a guy like David and being able to keep him
and to her sister Lynne the luck to succeed in her last years at ACS.
Peggy Bedford would like to leave to everybody the good and bad times a person experiences in his years at ACS.
Cynthia Cantie leaves her ability to skip classes without getting caught to Bonnie Skellon.
Karen Caffery leaves chemistry to all of next yearls juniors and the lousy typewriters to next year's journalism Class.
Maria Ordonez leaves to the next foreign exchange student all the good times she has had here and she hopes he
won't have the bad time she had "trying to speak English" at the beginning of the year.
Marilyn Babel leaves a bottle of baby powder to the Varsity Hockey Team.
Larry Spillman leaves his ability to lose everythihg to his six brothers and sisters.
Kim Blasko happily leaves Mr. Crosby his economics. 1
Stacy Walker leaves his T-2000 to Don Budge.
Frances Turner leaves her Pyschology notes to Mr. Helwig or any undeserving student.
Marg Webster leaves the "Crazy Horse" sticker that's stuck in her locker to the next person who gets 41103.
Debbie Casseri leaves her place in the Senior Lounge to any "deserving" junior.
Barb Shisler leaves Mr. Crosby and his Economics Class to the school, and to the football and basketball teams she
leaves the boys, locker room.
.Bev Cummings leaves her 'tstallu in the girls, 'Qjohn" to Vicki and Cheryl.
Patti Ellis would like to keep the only thing she has, the ability to hassle with teachers and win - she's got four
more years to go.
Cindy Chatt leaves absolutely nothing. She is taking it all with her.
Marie Cummings leaves her place in the front row of Sr. Girls to any one short enough.
Paul Pitas leaves his tennis serving ability to Mr. Wolfe.
Sharon Schafer leaves a smile for every girl but two for every guy.
Bob Miles leaves his beloved Rubber Ducky to Roger Voigt.
Cheryl Brust leaves ACS with a heavy heart, a sound mind, and a perfect body.
Sally jo Mecca leaves to all classes the fun of being a senior, parties, games, dances, etc.
Dave Yaiser leaves to the upcoming Senior Class the right to graduate because he has all of your diplomas at home.
Pat Feldman leaves his seat in Mrs. Long's Public Speaking Class to anyone who wants to Put up with it.
john Wideman leaves his ability to play ice hockey to Mark Stratton.
Bob Hensel leaves his ability to pass geometry, the second time through, with Mrs. Stapleton to anyone who can
joe Mattei leaves to anyone who wants it the ability to get out of Akron as soon as possible.
Bryan K. Rauch leaves his white walking cane to the Flash, for next year's New Year's Eve party.
Brenda Bower leaves her swimming class to anyone who wants it.
Diane Fisher leaves nothing to this school because it has given her nothing.
Brian Wight leaves his hall lock to any little one who gets it. Y
Nancy Krzykowski leaves her ability to walk into class late and get away with it to Karen Meinzer.
Paul Mandolene leaves his ability to get along with Mr. Vossler to anyone.
Kathy Schrock leaves to anyone who doesn't want study halls the ability not to even get scheduled for them.
Audrey Proter leaves all her drinking to her hot brother Axle and to be with Dave forever and ever.
Michael Keller leaves his wrestling ability to any underclassman worthy of it and his parking space to anyone with a
beat-up old car.
Tim Lockhart leaves his locker to his sister who had control of it all year anyhow.
Charles joy leaves his ability to build a Super Bug and rear up the parking lot on weekends.
Steve jones leaves his army boots to Mr. Thoman and a HOIH to the Class of '75.
jim Sowinski leaves his ability to walk into swimming practice late and not get caught to anyone who likes to swim
jim Coffta leaves his ability to block "Bonnie Bellv and his eyesight to the "I-Iawkf,
Sybil Pacer leaves to her brothers, Dave, joe, Butch, and Dennis the will to get out of here.
David Wehling leaves to the upcoming Senior Class all the "glory', of being a senior.
Tom Barkewitz leaves his lucky earguards to jeff Karl, his bottle of aspirin to next yearis ACS REVIEW co-editors,
and one apple to Mr. Tomczak.
G. F. Gronau leaves his memories of a school that used to have students who had the school spirit that ACS was
worthy of. ,
Mary Stapleton leaves to the Girls' Field Hockey Team the determination to win the trophy in 1972, Pembroke or no
Tim Schepperly leaves his ability to start more trouble than anyone else, along with his fantastic ability to weasle out
of it to a boy after his own heart, his rotten little brother.
Tony Mello leaves his ability to talk like Mr. Folger to Mr. Folger so that he may better convey his weird ideas to his
Lorraine Gallo leaves her height to Terry Newk.
Michele Marconi leaves a jock strap to anyone willing to wear it. CTrig?J
jane Matynka leaves a bottle of tranquilizers to the journalism Class.
Patti Poodry leaves any deserving sophomore her seat in Varsity Chorale.
Noi a school in faci or fancg
wirh Akron can we compare
Mag her glory go on climbing:
Mag her dags be fair.
For ihe mem'ries ihai we'II cherish.
We'Il alwags wish io be back.
And where e'er we go. we'Il n'er forgei
Her orange and her black.
- Bg +he Music Theorg Class of 1951
- To ihe Tune of "There's a Long.
- Long Trail"
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