Alliance High School - Chronicle Yearbook (Alliance, OH)
- Class of 1972
Page 1 of 208
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
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overthese rushed years
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Our past is gone -
but lives, in this book
Pick a parcel of memories
grab your mind
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We'll take them, love them
keep them clear
For our past is there -
do not let go . ..
Why this sudden rush of sadness
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Why this gloom, this half-sad
This wrenching pain, so deep, so
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Table of Contents
Sophomore Class 14
Pigskin Prom 40
Fall Activities 42
Junior Class 58
Faculty and Administration 90
Teachers' Helpers 104
Vocational Clubs 108
Spring Sports 118
Outstanding Achievers 142
Senior Class 144
Junior-Senior Prom 161
Mrs. Sara Quinlan
Mr. David Cowan
Devotion has been Marguerite Hillman's byword through her years at AHS. In various stages of
her career, the pictures above show Miss Hillman as a 1932 graduate of AHS, as a first year
teacher in 1941, and as an experienced educator in 1959 when she became English Department
This book is dedicated to Miss
Marguerite Hillman, English Department
Head. This tribute carries with it a heavy
responsibility. In order to make it a fitting
dedication we must scrupulously avoid
spelling errors, bad punctuation, and faulty
grammar. She would want it that way.
A product of Alliance High, she
graduated in 1932. The Depression
delayed her entrance into collegeg howev-
er, she graduated from Mount Union
College and returned to AHS in 1941 as a
teacher. Her great love for students and
AHS has kept her here ever since.
She has served occassionally as advisor
to the Chronicle and for many years as Red
and Blue advisor. Her skills in language
have been shared with English and jour-
nalism classes for the past 31 years. Miss
Hillman shared greatly in the adoption of
the senior Humanities classes begun in
1971. Most important, she has contributed
to her students' education the
fundamentals of communications and an
appreciation for the rich pageant of En-
glish Literature - an educator in the best
sense of the word.
To dedicate this book is a fitting tribute
to such an educator - to offer our thanks,
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Back to Autumn
Whither American Child do we wander
Tell me, what siren song do we hear
What veined refrain, pulsing restless, so free
Has called us again, to begin another year?
For of clay and thought we've built this house
Patiently striving, seeking an end
Together pressing, kneading, molding
Till at last we shall stand, finished and free . . .
Sophomore class officers Aaron Watson, treasurer, Margaret
Ailes, vice-presidentg Bill Taylor, presidentg had what it takes
Mrs. Janet Wuske and Mr. William Roland were chosen as
class advisors by the sophomore class to help with many
to make a class work. Tralada Huff, secretary, was absent
when the picture was taken.
Class of 74
The class of 74 stormed the doors of AHS. With
them came an unlimited amount of talent, zest,
and armloads of brain power.
Sophomores held their election for class
officers in October. Chosen wereg Bill Taylor,
president, Margaret Alles, vice-presidentg
Tralada Huff, secretary, and Aaron Watson, trea-
surer. Mr. Roland was elected as male advisor
along with Mrs. Wuske as female advisor.
One student out of each homeroom was
chosen to make up a work committee. These
enthused students worked on and for many
events which required a lot of time from their
daily routine. A
Later in the year class dues were collected to
help with the Sophomore Class Party, held April
22 at the YMCA. There were other activities
which the class dues helped support. The
homeroom which turned in 100070 of the class
dues received a pizza party for their devoted par-
ticipation. Homerooms 117 and 5 both received
the party. -
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the year, the sophomores had a rough time with
Spirit Week. Nevertheless the sophomores really
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A bon fire rally held at Rockhill School gave the sophomores open tothe public with a superb turn out from the young and
an enlightening experience. This was a time of feeling the o
closeness and togetherness of each other. This rally was
Would you believe, this is one of those luxurious looking tele-
vision shows? Snaking cables, big eyed cameras, cheering
warm-ups, hard bleachers, noise, this is what the Academic
Challenge-r's found out behind the scenes at VVEWS-TV.
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Contestants glance at each other with a twinkle of
competition in their eyes, while a last minute pep talk is
heard, then the red light blinks. signifying you're on the air!
Ladies and Gentlemen! Now for
the first time on any stage, we
offer you for your viewing
pleasure, the one-and-only Alli-
ance High School Academic
Hot Lights. The mill of famil-
iar, and not so familiar, faces.
Cables, wires, mikes, cameras.
Tension . . . lt's the first time
your school's been asked to par-
ticipate in the Academic
Challenge Program. You're on
television. You're up against the
best from top schools and every-
one's counting on you. Youlre
honored . . . You're scared . . .
Funny, it takes an hour to tape a
one half hour show. You're ready
- you think. The announcer.
Apprehension. ON THE AlR!!!!
lt's over. You won?? Come
back again? Sure, l guess. . .oh
Miss Hillman made her television debut as ajudge for Academic Challenge
No matter what the situation is, Defeat or Victory, contestants are con-
gratulated by admirers, parents, and judges for their performance.
Seniors Outspiriteo' Them All!
The seniors outwitted and outspirited the
juniors and sophomores during "Competition
Spirit Week" held through Oct. 18-22.
Thursday night a Bonfire Rally was held at
Rockhill field with a great turn out from the
student body. After that the seniors
The main floor was elaborately decorated
with a tunnel of crepe paper, balloonsg
lockers displayed paper stickers and a tiny
fleet of paper airplanes suspended from the
ceiling. A float designed with red and blue
crepe paper, reading "72 says GOOD LUCK",
was put in front of the school. Some of the
more ingenius seniors cut out letters spelling
"Bomb St. Thomas." These were put into the
ground in front of A.H.S.
What hands! What mouths! What faces! What spirit! The girls real-
ly showed their spirit at all of the football games.
Truck or no truck, this group of vigorous senior girls would have come through somehow. Everywhere they'went, the Aviator
spirit went with them. And as they say H72 skidoof'
While walking down the halls during Sophomore Week, there
was an air of enthusiasm and competition evident
Sophomores . . .
The sophomores did a wonderful job, even
without an established class treasury. The 74's
theme for the Cuyohoga Falls game was "One
Way Our Way."
A car caravan was organized for the adults,
with Aviator Backer buses joining the caravan
after, they then proceeded to the game.
Decorations were mainly concentrated on the
first floor around the main entrance. The decora-
tions included big airplanes suspended from the
ceiling, streamers made of crepe paper,
balloons, and a dummy secured above the trophy
case. Paper hearts reading "Love Those Avia-
tors" were seen throughout the halls.
To cover expenses for decorations, a bake
sale was organized. This helped provide funds
for Spirit Week.
The sophomores really involved their class
members, it was a combined effort. Every student
was encouraged to participate in some phase of
The juniors' theme for the Warren Haring Pan-
ther game was "73 is the Key to Success."
On the night before the game some of the more
devilish juniors got together and had a car cara-
van. They presented the team with a cake saying
"Good Luck Aviators, from the Class of 73."
Decorations were seen throughout the halls,
concentrated mainly on the first floor entrance.
The decorations included balloons, smile
buttons, and the GE sign on State Street that
read, "Go Aviatorsf' On the lawn in front of the
school was a float constructed by the juniors,
which displayed a panther in a cage.
As a special touch, the junior girls each wore
mums to represent their class the day of the
game. A mum was presented to Mrs. Nara and a
boutonniere to Mr. Nara.
The steering Committee for the junior spirit
week were the class officers: Grant Cully, Dan
Contrucci, Christi Barret and Carol Hampu.
ln order to incite school spirit for the
Massillon game, the annual door deco-
ration contest sponsored by AHS
Student Publications Council was
grabbed by Mrs. Anderson's sopho-
more homeroom 115. Flanking the door
with their theme, "Bomb Those
Tigers," are captains Marcia Alviani
and Margaret Ailes. Mr. Geis's
homeroom 101 put up a hard running
fight for second placeg captains were
Carol Baxter, Chris Allison, and Kathy
Helps Boost .
In the second year of Nara's Era,
these were the varsity ground
controllers: seated, Tony
Mulholland, Head Coach Gene
Nara, Bill Coldsnow. In the
background are Julius Tonges,
Bill Roland, and Ed Egan.
Coach Nara's 1971 Flyers
started and ended the
season with a win, The team
played hard and finished
with a 5-5 record. ln many
games, the outcome
depended merely on a quirk
of fate. The Canton
McKinley game was
snatched from the jaws of
victory with a last minute
Bulldog touchdown. The
rebounded and triumphed
over Cuyahoga Falls 20-6.
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Anderson 195 takes the option for a gain.
Neither rain, nor snow, nor gloom of night shall
stay them from the goal. The 1971 Alliance High
School gridders were the best ever. It's a long
summer getting ready for the season, and then
an even longer season. Their record might not
have been that great, their points not always the
highest, yet statistics do not a ball team make.
They practiced hard, they played harder. They
were the best.
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This group of young men did not receive the publicity the
Varsity did, but that did not stop the reserve's drive.
Coaching and self-control shaped this team into a trim, Reserve Semi?
fighting herd of men. Long hard hours of practice in dust,
mud, and cold only make the reserves work harder, lt was
hoped their tedious work would pay off when they joined the
ranks ofthe Varsity squad.
At the helm of the Reserve team are kneeling: Tom
Offenbecker, Norm Mohr, Dan Candusso. Standing: Jerry
Fleuble, Tony Pellegrene, and Bob Snedeker.
East Liverpool 22
Canton McKinley 12
Warren Harding 14
Akron St. Vincent 14
Akron Hoban 6
East Liverpool 6
Canton McKinley 14
Warren Harding 0
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The players are rewarded for their efforts during the season. These folks gave a little more sweat and effort and thus excelled
in their respective football fields.
Football Banquet Concludes Season
After the last football had been deflated, the liniment put
away, and the blocking machine mothballed, these varsity
players awaited their just desserts and all the other courses.
Randy Kuceyeski, receiving the most valuable player award
for the second consecutive time, gets the congratulations of
the guest speaker, Iowa coach Frank X. Lauterbur and Avia-
tor Head Coach Gene Nara.
We Don't Mess
This year's costumed cuties on the Varsity level are,
clockwise from the upper left Debbie Morgan, Pam
Young, Nancy Dwyer, Becky Edwards, and in the center.
Captain Sandy Nixon.
The reserves consisted of Sharon Middleton, Janice Edwards, Gail Dawson Tralada Huff
and Sheila Johnson.
The cheerleaders were
busy throughout the summer
practicing and attending an
Foundation Clinic. At the
clinic Alliance placed 8th in a
competition of 40 schools.
The 1971-72 Junior Varsity
Cheerleaders are, clockwise
from upper left, Joyce
Ormiston, Captain Nancy
Schaper, Sharon Stancato,
Shirley Miller and Margaret
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The football squad's votes were cast for these lovelies. Jackson, Seated is the 1971-1972 Pigskin Prom Queen,
The members of the court are Brenda Holloway, Janice Becky Moncrief,
Goodall, Joyce Ormiston, Sally Edgecombe, and Diane
Fievellers Becky Sherwood and Scott Brainard take
a dip in the punchbowl.
ln a fitting tribute to the football season the Pig-
skin Prom signalled an end to the off-tackles, end-
arounds, and down-and-outs. This festival
celebrating the noble sport was enjoyed by all in
attendance. During the intermission a surprised
Becky Moncrief was crowned 1971 Football Queen
while five other A.H.S. beauties were honored as
members of the court. Throughout the evening, the
celebrants were serenaded by the 'heavy' sounds of
the Royal Soul and the Morley Grey.
Backers Were Behind
All the Way
Aviator Backer officers were kept busy
selling bus tickets for the away games,
one of the Backers' most important proj-
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Luann Shuster, Carol Markant, and Nancy
The Aviator Backers were
behind many activities during
the 71-72 season. They
arranged for buses to the away
games, sponsored the Pigskin
Prom, helped bankroll a feed
for the basketball players, and
ran out on the field to greet the
team before each home game.
Mr. Richard Goodwin and Mr,
William Carli were the faculty
advisers who helped Backers
get the job done.
Pep Club Scores Again
The Pep Club began early in the summer to
learn the cheers with the cheerleaders at
sessions held at Hartshorn Stadium. An overnight
sign painting party was held at the Presbyterian
Church during the summer also.
The Pep Club's function is to show the athletic
teams how much the school is behind them not
only during a game but at school, rallies, and
practices. A new project was initiated at the
beginning of the school year. Each member
chose one football player to be her "pep friend."
Her duty was to write him letters or do some
other little favors before each game so that he
would know the school supported him and the
team. This project was also continued into the
basketball season. For supporting the teams with
the school colors, members each bought a red
sweater with the inscription, t'AIIiance Aviators"
The officers for the club were Carol Markant,
presidentg Rhonda Ruth, vice-presidentg and
Judy Schneider, secretary-treasurer with Mrs.
Bovyer as their advisor.
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Row 1: Majorettesg Carol Lyberger, Brenda Garrison, Karin
Maurer, Leisa Young, Beverly Lockett, Sandi Strong, Bess
Ann Arris, Rosemarie Peti, Joycelyn Palmer, Terri Libis. Row
2: Robin Knight, Anita Hetherington, Debbie Hetherirgton,
Tammy Sloan, Debbie Castlna, Joni Kemp, Paula sco,
Debbie Floyd, Lynn Martin, Linnette Wllfrom, Plwlis Roberts,
Charlotte Weatherspoon, Cynthia Smith, Susan ilton, Susan
Messenheimer, Dorle Emplit, Grace Stamm, Sheila Faulk,
Janet Vorres, Becky Sherwood, Ruth Rosenberry, Darlene
Leath, Cynthia Merrell, Linda Turner, Cathy Thorpe. Row 3:
Mary Beth Buck, Cindy Rudolph, Jim Moseley, Lynn Peters,
Cheryl Schmidt, Debbie McElroy, Janet Gansel, Cindy Baker,
Dana Alexander, Kathy Berger, Susan Bailey, Larry Mitchell,
Joan Baker, Janet Damiani, Patti Davies, Carol Hampu, Jane
Lanham, Audrey Merrell, Tera' Golden, Cheryl Harsh. Row 4:
Marsha Benjamin, Vicki orehead, Mary Ann Lavery,
Melanie Hicks, Diane Jackson, LuAnne Shuster, Lorna Pllatl,
Sheryl Wuske, Linda Summers, Debbie Lewis, Pam
Messenheimer, Carol Beaumont, Susie Shuster, Karen
Hoffmaster, Shirley McAllcher, Pam Young, Patty Arnal, Lorie
Johanson, Diane Tate, Bonnie McClintock. Row 5: Jeff
Oyster, Nancy King, Connie Rogers, Cynthia Harris, Brenda
Skillern, Danese herry, Debbie Schneider, Mark Ball, Bill
Eby, Jack Madison, Donna Tate, Rhonda Gurney, Ruth Ann
Ruff, Barb Kuceyeski, Sue Albu, Cindy Twyman, Mary Beth
Newman, Cindy Osco, Debbie Kinsey. Row 6: Nancy Sineri,
Chip Steffy, Mike Haidet, Glenn Allen, Joyce McKee, Katie
Winner, Kristi Lee, Diane Jones, Conny Porter, Kathy Bonfert,
Jenni Crist, Jim Coaster, Rick Dager, Lee Morrow, Larry
Wheeler. Gary Flory. ow 7: Diana urton, Nancy Lyberger,
Karl Polen, Mark Shafer, Pat Bernart, Paul Thompson, Dave
Duro, Jim Thorpe, Scott Nutial, Donna Messenheimer, Diane
Smith, Tom Miller, Roger Biery, Dan Leech, Bryan Swenson,
Robert Higgins, Jeff Ruggles, Jeff Pinney, Larry Lacher, Rick
Baylor. Row 8: Jeff Smith, Larry Faulk, Jeff Carlson, Tom
Harlan, Gaila Williamson, Cathy Dugan, John Weitzel, Jr.,
Dean Custer, Tom Smith, Richard Schuller, Ken Rhome,
Bernard Brown, Alfred Mazalic, Scott Brainard, Collier
Banks, Dave Felger, Bruce Mohr, Gary Nutial.
The band again participated in a musical extravaganza with
area bands at Hartshorn Stadium. The trophies are for each
The 1972 edition of the AHS band played a
number of one night stands. They provided the
half-time entertainment at Boston, Buffalo, and
Cincinatti. On the local scene their instruments
were seen in Halloween and Carnation Festival
parades. The group which played at downtown
Veteran's day services was . . . You guessed it.
High Band. Splinter ensembles
made up the pit band for "South Pacific"g the
Pep band entertained at the basketball games.
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The Band staged many of their mini-spectaculars during the
fall. This particular one was taken during the Cincinatti trip
or was it Buffalo? It just might be Boston.
The Key Club and its advisor, Mr. Richard Hunt, joined in helping out at the '
traditional Pancake Festival which was sponsored by its parent, Kiwanis Club. The C
largest membership in the club's history also worked cleaning what became a nature
study area next to the new high school which appropriately enough will be called i , t
Key Club Canyon. The club also helped set up and knock down the equipment for the n I I
Red Cross Blood Donor Day.
Jr. Red Cross Contributed Generously
Advisor Mrs. Wuske and the Junior Red Cross were busy this aSSernbIy, they got volunteers to give blood to the Red Cross
year, In addition to organizing the Thanksgiving Day and prepared Easter goodies for those in the hospital.
From south of the border came George Vazquez
lrightj a native of Mexico City, Mexico. While he was
here he carried a full load: English II, Speech, POD, art,
and sociology. On his return he became enrolled at the
University of Mexico. Eventually, he hopes to enter law.
Although soccer is the most popular sport in Old Mexico,
he still enjoyed the quaint American tradition of
watching "our" football on the tube.
Allan Beasley flower rightj came from down under: his
home being in Lithgow, Australia where his father runs a
haberdashery. He rapidly became adjusted to America
for as he said, "There aren't many things different in
Australia from America because Australia has a lot of
American influence." While the buckaroo was in Alliance
he joined the Flying Fish and incidentally, got into the
swim of things socially too.
AHS's ambassador to Sweden this year was Sylvia
Gentile tbelowj. Sylvia established residence in Sweden
with the Agner family of Drattning Holm, a suburb of
Stockholm. She was enrolled in the Kngshalmen Gymna-
sium School and took the required 12 subjects.
This year's magazine
campaign was led by the
juniors who reached 97070 VS
of their goal. The seniors
followed with 79070 and the
sophomores trailed with
55070, with the entire school
having 16070 participation.
Junior Julie Johnson led in
total sales of 322794. Mr.
homeroom 12 led in
homeroom sales. The total
school sale was 84,070.31
with the top fifteen
salesman being Julie
Johnson, Richard Dillon,
Randy Biery, Nancy
Schaper, Bill Noble, Kathy
Bonfert, Scott Brainard,
Scott Merganthaler, Shirley
McAlicher, Randy Haynes,
Mike Springer, Joyce Mill-
er, Kathy Dougan, Chris
Robertson, and Randy
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door sales, not to mention coming out on top of the magazine themselves.
heap. These overenthusiastic periodical pushers had the
Alliance's "Little Enterprises J A
Sixty-five AHS students
learned about the world of
business by actually
becoming a part of it through
Junior Achievement. Some of
the projects that were made
included candles and
centerpieces at Christmas
time. Sponsoring companies
were the United Cooperative,
B8tW Research, TRW and the
Armour company. Through
the process of running a
company totally dependent
upon its members, JA people
gained valuable insights in
the world of business.
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The play's the thing . . . but it
helps if you've got a little talent. The
two drama clubs recognized this tal-
ent. While open to all interested
students, Blue Dom required try-outs.
So it was that quivering would-be
actors found themselves standing
before the stony-faced judges,
reading some poem or play. . .or at
least trying. This was the crew that
had 6705 more hams than any other
club, except International Thespians,
seasoned troupers who represented
the cream of the local dramatic crop,
for each member had to earn at least
ten drama points to be inducted.
The clubsl main activity, other than
their infamous football game, was
sponsoring the fall play, "You Can't
Take lt With You," and the spring
musical, "South Pacific". Naturally,
the members turned en masse for the
productions, ready to "strut their hour
upon the stage," under the able eye
of drama director and adviser, lVlrs.
Blue Dom 'Strut Their Hour'
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Grandpats glassy eyes came only from his spectacles. He's
looking at another cast member off-stage.
The year's play was presented by the international
Thespians Society. Lead parts were filled by aIlThespian
members, but there were some new members to the cast.
The play was a modern day comedy on the line of Romeo
and Juliet. The young couple is Tony Kirby, Jr., played by
Jim Thorpe, and Alice Sycamore played by Joyce McKee.
Grandpa was played by Glenn Allen. All were seniors.
In preparation for the play, only one major problem was
encountered. Since the setting is in the 1940 era there was
some difficulty in finding furniture, costumes, and other
accessories characteristic of that time. Townspeople and
parents rallied by donating props.
Authors of the play were lVloss Hart and George S.
Kaufmann. The play was copywrited in 1937 and has become
one of the most performed plays in America.
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Playing a drunken actress, Carol Parker steadies
her nerves while listening to the budding play-
wright, Karen Groves, reading one of her latest
Mitch Moore, as Mr. Kirby, spews forth
with anger after being decked in an
impromptu wrestling match with
Kolenkhov, a ballet teacher, who was
portrayed by Rhys Daniels.
Grandpa, being a music lover, listens attentivly to the musical madness of
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One thousand days, one thousand nights
Are but brief whispers of theggreatier play
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of moments and memories is i
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Chosen to lead the class of "73" on were these class
officers: Grant Cully, presidentg Dan Contrucci, vice-
presidentg Christi Barret, secretaryg and Carol Hampu,
During his first year here, the beginning of "Nara's Era," lVlr.
Nara steadily gained popularity. So popular was he that the
juniors adopted him as their class patron during the election
treasurer. These diligent four were the backbone of the
Jr.-Sr. prom, helped with the selection of class rings, and
kept the class of "73'f together.
Class of 73
The class of "73" had several projects for the
year 1971-1972. The selection of class rings were
chosen by a committee consisting of the class
officers and four other selective juniors: Kim
Myers, Shirley Miller, Mike Gleich and Gary
Kirksey. During the month of February the entire
junior class chose their ring.
The juniors showed their concern by preparing
boxes of food for a needy family on Easter day
for a service project. The rest of the year was
spent on working for the Junior-Senior prom,
which is held in May. The theme is always kept
secret until the night of the prom.
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somber but faces were Seen throughout the halls QlVQl"l thell' amd ll'ldUCted into National Honor SOCl9ty
December 9, 1971, when eighteen outstanding seniors were during acandlellght ceremony.
Under the guidance of
President Tom Boyce the
National Honor Society
organized the distribution
of schedules to sopho-
mores and new students at
the beginning of the school
year, conducted a used
book sale to raise money,
and sponsored an
International dinner with
the exchange students as
Brought into the flock
were eighteen new
members. After that
glorious morning, there
came an innovation. For the
happy parents and the
inductees an evening
reception was held. And
basking in the fruits of their
accomplishments, they ate
cookies and drank punch.
SPC at Helm of Publications
This is not Flipley's Believe It or Not, or the Hollywood Wax although they may not look quite alert, were the governing
Museum but the Student Publication Council, These people bodyfor Alliance High School Publications.
The newly organized
Council was composed of
the top three members and
the business managers
from both the Chronicle
and the Red and Blue
The committee met once
a month to discuss issues
of concern to both staffs.
Members formulated a con-
stitution and sponsored a
Progressive Dinner Party
held in December.
The advisors were lvlrs.
Quinlan and Mr. Cowan and
members consisted of Jim
Kelly, Leisa Young, Debbie
Bezon, Becky Nloncrief,
Bob Kotzbacher, and Pat
Ftubright. The officers were
President, Phil Battershell,
and Secretary, Ruth
Choral Groups Combine Classic and Modern
The Acappella blended the lighter and more
popular sound of contemporary music to provide
the mainstay of vocal concerts and the
background for the Baccalaureate. The sixty
some members also lent their voices again to a
stirring rendition of the Battle Hymn of the
Republic for the annual spring band concert.
Chorale concentrated on the more sophisticated
sounds of classical music to provide spectacular
sound not only for concerts at the high school but
also throughout the community. This group
received an excellent rating in the State Choir
Competition and also the thanks of the communi-
ty groups for whom they sang.
Madrigals is a very unusual group. They gather
their members by audition from Chorale and the
Acappella Choir. They sing the whole musical
spectrum from Lennon to lvlorley and back again.
The most active of the numerous choral groups,
they have performed for the Kiwanis, the Rotary,
and at the Health Center. In statewide
competition they received a rating of superior,
the best that can be had.
Mine ears have heard the glory of the singing of the
choir. They have trampled out the vintage where the
sheet music is stored. They have loosed their
faithful voices with a terrible swift chord. Their
tunes go marching on. Glory, Glory, Kern and
Sousa, Glory, Glory, Kern and Sousa, Glory, Glory,
Kern and Sousa. Their tunes go marching on.
These dogies were roped in for the first roundup of the of harmonizers who sing the boss sounds of the classical
Chorale. Wagonmaster Hisey cracked the whip over this herd composers.
Cui, The French Club
A good scholastic average was the requirement in French Palmer, secretaryg and Kathy Berger. treasurer. A senior
for the members of this organization. Officers were Pat farewell was held at the end of the year, Mrs, Ruth
Flubright, presidentg Flhys Daniels, vice presidentg Jocelyn Williams was adviser.
M The Spanish Club
Students who excelled in the study of Spanish filled the Club International Dinner, and, of course, the senior
membership of Spanish Club. Miss Virginia Mundy served farewell.
as adviser. Major activities for the group include the Tri-
Vidi, The Latin Club
A select group of those studying the ancient language so by all three language clubs and also the International Dinner
basic to Western Culture comprised the Latin Club and senior farewelllvlrs. Dorothea McCoy was adviser.
membership. They participated in the Christmas party held
ln its first year, the AHS Shutterbug club was founded by photographically inclined individuals to instill an
interest in photography in underclassmen. In part the club's aims were to provide a nucleus of able pho-
tographers for the following year in the new building. Mr. Joseph Zelasko took on the duties of adviser to aid
the group in setting up the programs for their Saturday morning sessions.
Ski Club members were guided by Mr. Mitchell
and Mr. Brunner who snowplowed their way
through inches and sometimes feet of wet snow
to Boston Mills and Atwood ski slopes several
times during the winter of '72, To get acquainted,
a party was held early in the year at Mill Circle
Club House. Could that be how they came up
with the buddy system?
if Club Experiences Ups and Downs
. . . As Do Winter
Fall s Flyers: Times of Triumph
From the left: Joe Tucker, Gene Paina, Marcus Miller, Sam
Simmons Earl Hill, Clifford Jones, Jeff Jae, Gary King,
lVlu v n lvl ler John Snodgrass, and Dan Contrucci. Kneeling:
We expected a normal season:
maybe a .500 record and we'd proba-
bly get knocked off in the first game
of the tourneys. Well, things were a
little different in '72. Hell, they were a
lot different. We were practically
unbeatable and there were rumors
that the name Warren was a jinx.
Something else was different. There
was a feeling in the air. Call it self-
confidence, pride, school spirit, or
whatever, but the atmosphere of this
school changed. There was hope.
The team actually worked as a
team. It wasn't just a few individuals
dribbling and traveling to faraway
places. Besides great material, a
fantastic coach, and a little Iuckg
there was something else. We were
told that the team was complimented
for it's discipline and general good
manners at the numerous out-of-town
Coach Brown, Coach Steffen, Head Coach Fails, and manag
er Mike Springer.
ln other words, even if the season
had been 3-19, God forbid, the season
would have been a success. But we
didn't have such a record and in the
22 games we played we scored 1328
points to our opponents 1154. The
hottest scorer was Earl Hill who shot
349 of those points. Jeff Jae, the other
senior starter, had the best overall
floor rating. The rest were as great.
Behind, Coach Harry Fails, the
Conneaut wonder, and his team were
the rowdies of the student body. It
was for a good cause - us - and
they shouted their heads off. Those
hard-core rascals got out to the
games and let the team know that
somebody was behind. The cheers
ranged from the commonplace to the
mildly obscene. The second meet
with Massillon ended with a
disgusting defeat and a couple
hundred battered chairs courtesy of
some of those loyal followers.
You couldn't tell it from their looks, but the team has just been awarded the sectional trophy for their triumphs in the
tournaments over Green and Glenwood.
John Snodgrass retrieves a loose ball
from the clutches of an Akron
Garfield defender. The Gartielders
obviously let this happen much too
often. The final score was Alliance
58, Akron Garfield 56.
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The Aquinas Knights were royally crowned by the almost invincible Avia-
tors. Marcus Nliller goes up in a crowd either to make a shot or snatch it
from the clutches ot St. Tom.
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Weirton game. The game was one of the least
Above: Ah, the crowds. To describe the enthusiasm would require a couple
of dictionaries, at least two English teachers. and a course at the Famous
Writers' School. The enthusiasm was uncontainable and trainers would have
been more effective than cheerleaders. At right: Marcus Miller uses a little
friendly persuasion on a Massillon Tiger at the delight of the crowd and the
distress of Willie Spencer. Bottom left: Dribble. dribble. toil and trouble. Jeff
Jae dribbles around a St. Tom defender. ,
A Barberton Magic grabs a rebound from the frenzied defense of Earl l-lill.
VARSITY 1971-1972 BASKETBALL RECORD
AHS Canton McKinley 53
AHS Elyria Catholic 47
AHS Youngstown South 35
AHS Tallmadge 60
AHS New Philadelphia 56
AHS Massillon 49
AHS Youngstown Raven 58
AHS Salem 40
AHS Warren Harding 58
AHS Akron East 49
AHS Niles 38
AHS Akron Garfield 56
AHS East Liverpool 47
AHS Weirton 51
AHS Warren Western Reserve 52
AHS West Branch 55
AHS Barberton 70
AHS St. Thomas Aquinas 55
Won Lo 2
He flies through the air with the greatest of ease. Murvin Mill-
er takes an unintentional dive in the Glenwood Tournament
A funny thing happened on the way to
Columbus. The dynamic dribblers advanced far-
ther than any AHS team in the last half century.
After capturing the sectional trophy, the Aviators
let an early lead slip to Canton McKinley but
were finally rescued by a last-second basket by
Then came Massillon. Their team should have
been arrested for grand larceny. Again the Avia-
tors gain an early lead and let it slip. With nine
seconds to go, we drove ahead by a point. Then
while the Alliance fans went into hysterics, some
Tiger somehow slipped the ball into their basket.
A celebration of a tournament victory is the order of the day
in this locker room scene
The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. At right, an
ecstatic Earl Hill gives Mr. Hawkins live. Above: A heart
broken Marcus Miller receives the condolences of equally
disappointed fan Beverly Locket! after the Massillon
The reserve dribblers practiced their basketball skills to get themselves primed fof the big leagues, They are Shown here
with Coach Robert Brown.
1972 Grapplers Pull Together
The 1972 Alliance Grapplers had a fine season that cannot YOUUQ men who Were putting forth their best efforts from the
be disputed under a superb coaching staff. Coaches Egan veryfirstmatch tothe verylast.
and Mulholland led a team of well organized and determined
Coach Egan and assistant Coach Mulholland pulled a group
of young men together making a precise, fighting team of wres-
tlers. Co-captainsg Mark Marderwald and Bob Dike, the
backbone of the team, led the wrestlers to a season record of 3-
7-1. Traveling to the sectional held at Warren Howland, Mark
Marderwald took a 1st place, Bob Dike and Milton Snodgrass a
2nd place. Gaining recognition at Warren, the invincible trio got
a break to go to the state with a match in the district. Wrestling
season started out on a somewhat disappointing note in that 5 of
the returning Iettermen chose not to wrestle. However, 50 came
out for the team and from them developed a real hard working
group. 12 Varsity wrestlers lettered with successful seasons.
Outstanding mat records were tallied by Bob Dike C10-15, Ron
Thorn Q6-55, Milton Snodgrass 18-2-U, and Mark Marderwald 48-
Victorious Mark Marderwald,
extended high, shows superior
winning first place during the
Doing what he does best, Bob Dike shows power, strength and determination by
overcoming his opponent.
Above: Lonnie French and opponent
face off in the Warren Howland
center ring. Great concentration and
personal faith is needed, and Lonnie
possesses them all.
At left: Mike Rodgers does not give
up easily, as his Marlington opponent
is finding out. Coach gan looks on
with great tension, hoping for the
best to come.
'Flying Fish' Hook Winning Season
These young men, including the coach, really put every- willpower and determination which the Alliance Flying
thing they had into their swimming. Early and late, hour Fish owned.
upon hour was spent in the pool, showing the strength,
Injury did not bar this devoted Flying Fish from the
swim meets. Rich Dillon managed to accompany
and provide spirit for the Fish.
All in all the students of AHS can be proud of the
Flying Fish for they all tried their hardest and did
Led by Coach Clegg, the Aviators placed seventh
in the regional with a total of 15 points. The Fish also
participated in two events in the state. The season
ended with a winning record of 9-5.
Three seniors were elected as tri-captains of the
Flying Fish: Scott Brainard, Gib Dawson and Rich
Dillon. Due to an injury Rich Dillon could not
complete a full season of swimming, but received a
Tensed and ready for a flight in the air before hitting the tub
is the typical swimming start.
Above: An unknown helping hand is seen providing assistance for Eric Gempler,
greeting his win in amazement following a very strenuous race. Upper right: Many
long hours were spent riding buses to and from swimming meets. This was a chance
for the Fish to catch last minute butterflies and reminisce on previous meets. Lower
right: Pulling the ear, is that Coach Clegg's hidden secret? The coach of the Fish
furnished his ability and precious time to train the swimmers thoroughly.
tiers and honors,
March 20. Th rte
athletics has to offer. Those pictured here have
achieved excellence in football, basketball,
wrestling, swimming, baseball, track, golf, and
cheerleading. lVlr. Julius Tonges served as
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The Alliance City Schools administration works many Vocational Director David G Becker Asst Superin
hours in planning for our futures. Above checking the tendent Charles L Rieger Asst Superintendent and Su
plans for the new library, are William R Slezak perintendentRG Hamrick
ln addition to the normal
tasks of running a school
system smoothly, Alliance
Public Schools administrators
had the difficult but pleasur-
able task of putting the
finishing touches on the new
Alliance High School building.
The task was accomplished in
time for its opening in
September of 1972.
Educational strides made in
1972 included the redistricting
of the entire school system with
the innovation of middle
schools for 1972-73. The
decision to add ninth graders
to the new building along with
lvlarlington students partici-
pating in vocational programs
increased the new AHS student
body to approximately 1800.
The Alliance School Board made strides to better the educa- Standing are Lyle Crist and Raymond Vandayburg. Seated
tional system of our city. Trying to make more and better op- are John Tate, William Stetfy, Dr. George Ewing, and Charles
portunities for the students they made many vital decisions Henschen.
as to the operation of the public schools.
Norman McLeod, assistant principalg Lester Tome, principalg and Oscar Andreani,
assistant principal review plans for the new facilities being installed at the new AHS.
.They used their talents to provide students with the best education possible,
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Bethel Hess Carol Kuhaneck
Sara Quinlan Esther Redmond
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Joseph Zelasko Edward Egan
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Harry Fails Ernest Linsmaier
For Mr. Tonges the virtues of democracy were not only
discussed but practiced in his U.S. Government classes,
It was discovered BY Columbus, not IN Columbus!"
Homer Lockett Gene Nara
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Raymond Asher Robert Brown
Martha Ayers Joseph Quinlan
Jane Bovyer William Roland F
lVlel Knowlton Ruth DOWVSV 'da VVHSOV!
"I donit care what the formula saysg pies are round!"
Authur Malone Marilyn Brurnbaugh Marilyn Carr John Dresser
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The hum of typewriters and the clicking of business machines are music to the ears of
Mrs. Wuske and Mrs. Brumbaugh.
Chester Casagrande Richard Goodwin Jack Ludlam
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Robert Geis Kenneth Yost
Frank Janecek Willis Polen
Merrill Beamer Edwin Dugan Rosalyn England Leona Wagner
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Carol Lombardi Donato Rankin "So you want to change your schedule, ha, ha, ha
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The operation of any organization
depends on the people who take on the
daily tasks necessary for it's success.
All of these are that kind of people.
They work hard and even manage to
keep a smile on their faces.
Jangt Sutton Eileen Shuster
Hillison Hawkins Gilbert Round
lOn the ladderl Floyd Bourne and William McKay
"No. no, you take it."
The WHLO Good Guys proved
themselves to be better. With the
final score in their favor 46-44, they
bested the Alliance "Not Quite
Good Enough" Faculty All-Stars.
From the opening toss-up, that is of
bubblegum into the stands by The
Big Barry, the WHLO gang domi-
nated, or at least led most of the
The highlight of the evening was
provided by the librarian, better
known as Boom Boom Ussery.
During a timeout an impetuous
Todd T. Taylor rushed to embrace
a cheerleader. Yes, you guessed it,
it was Boom Boom.
Not even the abilities of Legs
Lockett or Rock - n - Boland
could save Alliance. But then the
Good Guys did have snappier uni-
Todd T. Taylor blows his bubblegum and probably his shot.
Anyway his team won.
The Guidance helpers kept themselves busy by doing a number of different chores. They ran passes to grate-
ful students in their study halls, explained the intricacies of the materials in the outer office, and were just
These volunteers had the task of gathering the raw mate- various and sundry tasks, Yes, Coach, Shuster, it is called
rial of the absence lists. They also busied themselves with nepotism.
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These guardians of the front hall kept AHS safe. They also helped out by doing little chores for the main office.
Look and listen is a poor nickname for the Audio-visual and projectors were set up and in running order and
crew. These noble technicians made sure that screens occaslonallyin the right room.
Chemistry Assistants g
Drawn from the ranks of successful chemistry students came than they, those still taking chemistry. lVlrs, Jane Bovyer was
these volunteers. This year they spend their time deeply adviser and recipient oftheirfine efforts,
immersed in experiments and helping those less fortunate
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They lifted that flat and toted that podium from one end of the stage to the other, and back again. Unfortunately, this
sometimes annoyed guest speakers. Adviser and overseer was lvlr. Richard Brion.
Card catalogues, dewey decimals, and torged library cards Ussery's library aids. They each gave up one study hall in
became a part of the everyday trials and tribulations of Mrs. order to lend their services which were appreciated.
First Aid Helpers
We Come to mend you, not to kill you. The first aid helpers one period in the clinic taking care ot sick students who co-
under the watchtul eyes of Miss Dowler heqged to patch-up IHCIUGVWTHHY happened T0 have 3 tes? that period-
many students during the past school year. hey each spent
Business Office Education Clubs
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Pictured above is the BOE Executive Council for 1971- clerical. senior stenographic, and senior clerical. This
1972. The club was divided into stenographic and clerical program was designed to provide basic office skills for
catagories, consisting of junior stenographic. junior immediate employment after graduation.
Cooperative Office Education
COE is a program for students interested in secretarial for the year's club were: Debbie Carroll, president, Cindy
work and receiving on-the-job office experience before Specht, vice-presidentg Carol Taylor, secretaryg Robin
graduation. The mornings are spent in school and the Brown, treasurer. Mr. Malone served as the program
afternoons at an authorized training station. The officers coordinator.
DCT, a co-operative program in which the student preparation of a student for fulltime work in a skilled
attended school in the morning and worked a skilled area occupation upon high school graduation.
in the afternoon, has as its primary objective the
Diversified Cooperative Training
The Girls' Occupational Work Experience under the the classroom. Each girl had her mornings in the
supervision of Miss Jasmine Cayton provided an opportu- classroom at school and her afternoons at work in one of
nity for Juniors and Seniors not only to have practical on- the many sponsoring businesses.
Girls' Occupational Work Experience
The D.E. program is a cooperative program in the senior year
where the student goes to school in the morning and is
employed at a training station to learn a skill in the
afternoon. The student receives high school credit for both
the time spent at the training station and the time spent in
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school. The primary objective of the program is to prepare a
student for full time employment in the retail and service
distribution of merchandise. Although the main purpose for
the student working is to gain experience, the student is paid
according to the type of work done and the hours employed.
Work Study is an organization in which the members spend SDGHT HY their WOVK ShOD OH Arch STFGGT dOin9 ceramics,
their mornings at school in classes. Most members have full dewupage and other crafts for their bazaar. They also gave
or part time jobs in the afternoon. Some of their time was a special dinner in honor of the bosses of those who work.
T and I Drafting
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Those juniors in T 8t I participated in their first
year of a two-year work program which gives
students the opportunity to learn how to make
drawings which instruct workmen in the
production of various manufacturing or building
processes. In this program they were taught the
skills and techniques of a draftsman.
The T 8. I drafting seniors completed their 2
year course in which they spent three hours daily
in learning drafting. In addition, they were taught
the sciences related to the work of a draftsman.
Upon graduation they had the practical skills
required to start on a well-paid job.
Monarchs Mold Metal and Men
The years' Monarch coordinator was Mr. Arbogast for the years. Outside ot school they painted some houses as
students have been in the Machine Trade Program for two special service projects.
Spartans . . . Ability ano' Dedication
The years' Spartans coordinator was Mr. Yost. These years, Outside of school they painted some houses as
students have been in the Machine Trade Program for two special service projects.
Smiles and gestures of
friendliness were two of the
many characteristics of
Silvia Horta Guzman,
exchange student from
Silvia who is 18
graduated last year from
"Cloegio Aleman Nlariscal
Braun", a German school.
lThere was one difference
between schools that Silvia
noticed: the changing of
classrooms by students. ln
Bolivia, the students stay
put, while the teachers
Another difference, but a
pleasant one, was the snow
during the winter. Silvia
decided to challenge skiing
and ice skating, doing well
in both sports. In the
picture, Silvia joins the ice
capades at the College
Lakes along with Pat
Coming to AHS in the
second semester Silvia took
English, Speech I, Typing Il,
office practice and U.S. His-
tory. Her favorite subject
Sylvia l-lorta, left, is shown the ups and downs of ice skating by Patty Rubright. lt was
the first time the Bolivian-raised Silvia had seen ice and snow.
1971 Buckeye State Delegates
1971 Boy and Girl Staters were selected by the American Boyce, Bill Anderson. Back row: Jill Chapman, Pat Bubright,
Legion Post 166. Front row: Randy Kuceyeski, Bon Katie Winner, Nancy Schaper, Jenny Fojt.
Kuceyeski, Guy Casagrande. Middle row: Mark Haidet, Tom
1972 Buckeye State Delegates
This select few had the rare opportunity to gather with high Crist, Carol Beaumont. Back row: Gary Kirksey, John
school juniors from all over Ohio for the elections and Lunsford, Randy Crawford, Mike Haidet, Roger Biery, Grant
running ofa mock government. The 1972 delegates are front Cully.
row: Becky Edwards, Debbie West, Christi Barret, Jenni
Dave Hanson was one of forty-three
national award winners in the annual
Quill and Scroll Current Events Test.
Mitch Moore received a national
award for English from the National
Council of the Teachers of English.
Rhys Daniels was a runner-up.
Tom Aufrance was honored as a
National Merit Scholar. He was also
honored with a four-year scholarship
at Mount Union College.
Above: Nancy Schaper and Rhys Daniels were the proud re-
cipients ofthe local Elks Leadership Award. Nancy advanced
through the district competition to be ranked second in the
state for Leadership. Below: Leslie Hoppes received the
Betty Crocker Homemaker Award after it was found that she
was tops in the rolling pin and other departments.
Above: Joyce McKee took time off from being a Student of
the Month for the Canton Repository to enter in the Elks
Scholarship contest. She placed sixth in the state and
received an S800 scholarship from the Elks foundation.
Below: Jenny Fojt and Cynthia Merrill shared in S200 schol-
arships awarded by the Alliance Education Association to
help lift some of the burden from their education to become
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The faint whisper of hope quietly lurking
Springs forth and soars into steady song
Another year began now comes full circle
...and it's over
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Cold hands clutching
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through winter-streaked panes
Tney're still sitting on the stone steps
Hair blowing, words flying-flowing in the wind
Sun pouring-green rushing-golden scene
Blue-eyed earth, singing silvery in the afternoon
Tracksters Kept On Truckin
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Trying to duplicate last year's track record was
extremely hard for the Aviator Cindermen. Many
problems and accidents plagued the team this
year. But the young men who wanted to
accomplish and prove something, stayed with
personable Coach Clegg. This year there was
greater squad strength. The second track meet
was the spark the Flyers needed to fire away as
Marlington was defeated. A great honor for the
team was being included in the Maple Heights
Invitational on the Cleveland track ground. Head
Coach Dave Clegg gave the backup and training
the team needed. This inspiring young coach
deserves a round of applause!
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Fellow tracksters tried to tell Willie Williams that he couldn't fly! Willy just didn't
listen, as here he is trying to obtain flight during his long jump attempt.
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Marvin Hawkins shows form and expression as he floats over the
high hurdles. Once the hurdles are over with, your battered shins
show how well you did.
April11- Dover - H
April 17 - Marlington A
April 18 - North Canton - A
April 20 - St. Thomas Aquinas - H
April 22 - Dover Relays - A
April 25 - Canton Linvoln-
Glenwood - H
April28 - North Canton Relays - A
April29 - Maple Heights - A
May 2 - Canton McKinley - H
May 5 - New Philadelphia - A
May 12 - Salem Sectional- A
May 15 - Canton Invitational - A
May 20 - Kent District Meet- A
27 - Columbus State Meet- A
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bulging, and a big grin, are what Mike
Harper used in his long jump attempt at
the New Philadelphia Mini Relay Meet.
Marcus Miller stretches for every inch he can gain, thus No, Coach Dave Clegg is not praying, though maybe he
crossing the finish line first in the 440 yard dash. should bel Clegg is reminiscing about the day's happenings
at the New Philadelphia Mini Relay Meet.
Yes, these are the 1972 Alliance Aviator Cindermen. Smiling and ready to do anything, these devoted young athletes
put in many long hard hours of tedious work outs to prepare for the meets.
Gloves, Bats, and Baseballs
These young athletes spend most of their time standing school gym so that they would be prepared for the long
on the diamond, not sitting as pictured. The 1972 Aviator tough season. When the time came to hit the outside
baseball team started practicing in February in the high world, the Diamondmen were prepared.
Umpire, catcher, and a lucky runner jam up home plate.
Baseball, the only way to enjoy
it is to see it. Well, Aviator fans
saw the diamondmen put up a
great struggle this year. A valiant
effort was made by the six
returning senior lettermen, but
they could not carry the whole
Alliance was defeated by
Barberton at the season opener.
For the fifth year, the Flyers
competed in the Diamond Confer-
ence. Baseball boss, Ray Asher,
donated his time and experience
in coaching the Alliance Aviator
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Top: Senior Bill Anderson sends one out
into right field. Left: Coach Fiay Asher
returns to the bench after giving Mike
Rogers a few pointers. Right: Mike
Vizzuso, trick arrn and ali, lets loose with
a mighty throw just before he sinks into
the quicksand. Bottom: Shortstop Joe
Tucker ruins the day for some West
Branch Warrior as Joe tags him out.
Golfers Drive to Successful Season
Yes, they did get teed off. The 1972 varsity linksmen Coldsnow, Eric Gempler, Tom Spall, Bill Ramsey and
were front row: left to right: John lVIcCready, Mike Mike Springer.
Siefke, Dan Allmon, Jim Szaszg back row: Coach
The 1972 Alliance L5tviQor'Iinksmen
proved to be a well rounded team.
The first match of the year, against
Jackson, started the long 28 match
slate which the Linksmen hoped to
control. Competition was tough and
practice was long but none the less,
these young men pushed on.
The direction the Aviator links team
took was greatly determined by two
junior lettermen, Dan Allman and Jim
Szasz. They provided a variety of ex-
citing performances. The Linksmen
were guided by the superb leadership
of Head Coach Bill Coldsnow.
John McCready prepares to whallop the ball for a long drive. For a
challenge John drives those square balls in the background.
This is not exactly what the cheerleaders do all the time. These
young women spent most of their extra time practicing and those
evening chats in the halls after drills were well-deserved.
One of the annual spring events is
cheerleading tryouts. Groups of
young hopefuls practiced hard to go
before Mr. Brion and the two Jr. Hi
Cheerleading Advisors. Ninth grade
at the new High School was to have
its own squad. For the first time,
cheerleading advisors from area
schools assisted in selection of the
1972-72 cheerleaders during cuts and
the final judging.
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Members and new inductees show quality and quantity fol-
lowing the assembly of the National Honor Society. A
polished and well-rounded group of young people composed
the 1972 Society. A used book sale by members to raise reve-
nue forthe purchase of library volumes to be placed in the
new high school was a successful service project for NHS.
Advisers were Mr. Joseph Zelasko and Mrs. Dorothea
National Honor Society is composed of those
members of the junior and senior classes who have
shown outstanding qualities of character, scholar-
ship, leadership, and service. An election is held by
the faculty to decide the membership.
The senior members of the society in '72 were Tom
Boyce, Debbie Braid, Pat Rubright, Rhys Daniels,
Maria Riedel, Jenny Fojt, Randy Kuceyeski, LuAnn
Shuster, Joyce McKee, Mark Haidet, Donna
Messenheimer, Carol Lyberger, Sally Edgecomb, Jill
Chapman, Kathy Berger, Nancy Schaper, Debbie
Lewis, Bill Anderson, Mark Henschen, Mike Monaco,
Linda Richards, Richard Dillon, Carol Baxter, Eva
Hathorn, Charlotte Weatherspoon, Cindy Specht,
Diane Smith, Glenn Allen, Joe Tucker, Jeff Jae,
Tom Messenheimer, Ruth Rosenberry, Kathy
Bonfert, Scott Brainard, Dan Gainor, Karen Groves,
Leslie Hoppes, Mark Marderwald, Gib Dawson, Dawn
Stahler, Diane Jackson, Debbie Franko, and Dave
Student Day ln Government
Student Day in Government electees had the privilege to sit to spend an entire day observing and learning of the
in on a City Council meeting. SDIG gave students a chance operation of city government
April 17 was set aside for SDIG, a day
which gave Students the opportunity to actu-
ally see what goes on in our Municipal Gov-
ernment. Those elected were: Mayor, Glenn
Alleng Treasurer, Jenny Fojtg Auditor, Joyce
McKeeg Solicitor, Nancy Schaperg Clerk of
Courts, Luann Shusterg Pres. of the Council,
Dave Duro, Councilmen at Large, Bill
Anderson, Earl Hill, and Margaret Tongesg
Judge, Terry Pinney.
These staunch defenders of
finer rhetoric and improved
speech heartily gave up their
Saturday mornings watching
cartoons to march off to
speech tournaments. They
may not have brought back a
busload of trophies but under
the direction of Mrs.
Kuhaneck they did have a
better season than most of
Christopher Way achieved
first place in Oratorical
Declamation, qualifying him
for state competition. Jocelyn
Palmer carried home a sec-
ond place trophy in Humorous
Interpretation at meets in
Minerva and Norton.
James Johnson was
awarded a second place
trophy in Oratorical
Declamation at Canton South
and Minerva. Mrs. Kuhaneck
provided the spark, and once
in a while push, to keep the
Forensic teams rolling
Officers of Forensic League
were Dave Hanson, president,
Ralph Gentile, vice presidentg
Jocelyn Palmer, secretaryg
and Tom Boyce, treasurer.
, This small but dedicated
band also gave up Bugs
Bunny and Deputy Dawg.
Discussing the administration
of justice in the United States,
the inexperienced debaters
gave a good showing of
themselves bringing home the
first first place debating
trophy to AHS in four years.
Debate provides students
with an opportunity to develop
speaking and thinking
attitudes. The Novice Team
won a second place trophy at
Louisville and Glenwood. At
St. Thomas Aquinas the AHS
debators achieved ,a third
place trophy. Administration
of Justice of the United States
was the guideline topic for
debators in 1972.
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Science Seminar members have a slightly
higher interest in science than the regular
student, they put more into it and receive more
out of it. This gives Seminar members a
chance to explore broader horizons in the sci-
Club meetings were held twice a month. At
each meeting subjects covered everything
from Science hobbies to a tour of B8tW
Research. Only two officers were needed to
control the Science Club, they were Richard
Dillon, president, and Pat Rubright, secretary.
Mr. Asher was the club's devoted advisor.
Future Teachers of America QFTAJ is an or-
ganization for those interested in the profes-
sion of teaching. FTA held meetings once a
month. A Christmas party was given for
children in the school of the retarded. Club
members made stockings and stuffed them
with candy and other goodies. Each member
took a gift for one of the children.
The Senior Farewell Banquet was the last
activity of the year. Officers were Diane
Jackson, presidentg Jocelyn Palmer, vice-
president, Margaret Hawkins, treasurer, and
Carol Baxter, secretary.
Student Senate Makes Strides
Student Senate allows students to voice their
opinion on any topic that concerns school. When
a topic arises the Student Senate delegates
along with school officials and advisors discuss it
thoroughly. Six delegates are chosen from each
class along with two alternates.
Topics that were discussed throughout the
year with the most importance were the dress
code, the school mascot, and the school
sponsored adoption of a child.
1972 officers of Student Senate were: Bill
Anderson, presidentg Ron Kuceyeski, vice-
presidentg Sandy Nixon, secretary, and Sally
Edgecombe, treasurer. Mr. Cowan, lVlrs.
Longmire and Mr. Yost gave their precious time
to devote themselves to the Senate.
Quill and Scroll Honors Journalists
The Quill and Scroll is an honorary society for high school jour-
nalists who have exhibited meritorious service in the cause of high
school journalism here at Alliance High. The members must meet
scholastic requirements in addition to showing excellence in writing
or managing the various publications.
Quill and Scroll inductions were held twice, one at the Christmas
progressive dinner, and one at the Spring Banquet in April.
Ye Olde Chronicle Staff
Editors Ruth Dordea, Jim Kelly, and Becky lvloncrief are 128 to plot pages, pen purple prose, and pull the pieces
surrounded by the main staff during one of those necessary together.
"goofing off" sessions. Staffers met one period a day in room
With a heavy trend for new
things in 1972, the Chronicle fell
into step and for the first time
moved away from a June book to
publish a comprehensive "Fall
book? Chronicles were distrib-
uted in early September with the
1972 seniors having received
theirs in late August during a
special mini-reunion at the new
The benefits of such an unprec-
edented change was hoped to be
evident to Chronicle readers. Be-
tween these covers are up-to-date
photos and coverage of spring
events such as baccalaureate,
commencement, the jr-sr prom,
and spring sports, as well as the
entire year's activities.
Editors Ruth Dordea, Jim Kelly,
and Becky Nloncrlef, together
with a trusty staff, worked
diligently to make historic strides
in AHS yearbooking.
Helping the Chronicle staff was the job of these students. They worked hard and
were very much appreciated.
RAB Never Ma de Mistra kes
The busiest Red and Blue people were those who rode herd: Bot
Kotzbacher, managing editorg Leisa Young, editor, and Phil Battershell, busi-
ness manager. Looking a little punchy after a long year with the RAB are
lVlrs. Quinlan, editorial adviser, and Mr. Cowan, business adviser,
Staffed for the first time entirely
by volunteers, Red and Blue staff-
ers had an outstanding year in
AHS journalism. A new appear-
ance and modern trends were
presented to RAB readers in
addition to lively coverage of 1972
Rewards came in April when
NOSPA ranked the RAB as among
the top ten newspapers in
This stout-hearted band worked
diligently under the guidance of
Leisa Young, editorg Debbie
Bezon, news editorg and Bob
Kotzbacher, managing editor. Phil
Battershell, business manager,
helped keep the bi-weekly paper
The writing of anything is no
easy choreg nonetheless, the
staffers managed to produce a
newspaper filled with four pages
of news and commentary.
The backbone of any publications staff is the many who pitch
in to help meet the everpresent deadlines. These dedicated
staffers did just that.
Red and Blue page editors were persuaded to put down their
W pencils and poison pens enabling us to take this picture. Even so
some of them were still on the lookout for a story.
Pen and Brush
The Art Club was composed of students interested in art. going on around them, and make the community aware oi
The club's goal was to make its members aware ofthe art the artistic talent within it.
Fine Arts Club gg gg
Fine Arts is a club for students who are interested in Highlights of the year were the initiation, Christmas
music and dancing. To become a member try-outs were caroling, a trip to Youngstown to see a ballet and the se-
held, after which several teachers and the officers of the nior farewell,
club inducted fifteen new members into the club.
AHS Orchestra: Select Musicians
Pictured above are the 1971-72 officers of the AHS Orchestra: Bruce
Barber, presidentg Nancy Schaper, vice presidentg Janet Benjamin, secre-
taryg and Keith Hedin, librarian.
With a goodly amount of pomp and
under the right circumstances, our
orchestra helped to add a bit of
culture and good music to the high
school. These merry musicians
provided a solemn serenade for the
ceremonies of the National Honor So-
ciety and brought the classics and
near-classics to the students of the
local junior high. Their melodic
members yielded their virtuosity to
the Secondary String Concert at State
Street, an assemblage of public
school musicians from all over the
The orchestra was directed by Mr. l-larry Fry whose musicians were selected from a group of dedicated students.
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The Class of 72 truely made "the last
the best" as the talented seniors
displayed a variety of acts during the
annual Senior Talent Assembly. Skits
from singing to comedy filled the morn-
ing with enjoyment. Long hours of
practice were required weeks before
the performance and were aptly
supervised by assembly chairmen
Leisa Young, Ron Roberts and Jocelyn
Left: Greg Benedetto staged a
comeback with his popular Presley
take off on "Blue Suede Shoes." Lower
right: Red Pink Chicken Face Black
Dirt Off the Dog stuck with the sounds
of the 70's for their rock number, "Ev-
erybody's Everything." Lower left: Paul
Montagno freaks out in the midst of his
satiric sketch on pollution.
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Above: Bliss staged an effective production number to "Young
Gifted, and Black." Left: In Two of a Kind, Charlotte
Weatherspoon struck a deep dramatic mood during her recitation
of Langston Hughes' poem "Black Experience." Right: Two of the
Four Aces. Dan Gainor and Gib Dawson, entertained with mellow
voices in their best barber shop quartet style.
The Blue Dom Club presented the years spec-
tacular musical "South Pacific." The story
centers on the adventures of a group of Ameri-
can servicemen and women stationed on a South
Seas island during World War ll. The romance of
naive Ensign Nellie Forbush, a Navy nurse of
Arkansas, and Emile de Becque, a sophisticated
French planter, was the central interest.
Students playing the leads were: Joyce
McKee, as Nellie Forbushg Glenn Allen, as Emile
de Becqueg Eva Hawthorne, as Bloody Maryg and
Greg Benedetto, as Lt. Joseph Cable.
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Moore, Rick Ward, Jim Kelly, Gail Dawson, Jim
Moseley and Jim Thorpe.
Over 70 drama and choir students participated
in the intricate production. Mrs. Elisabeth
Anderson served as dramatics coachg Mr. Lanny
Hisey, as choral directorg and Mr. John Weitzel,
as band director.
The committees and chairman worked very
hard to make "South Pacific" a great success.
'South Pacific" was the last Broadway musical
to be presented on the old AHS stage.
The March 17 and 18 evenings
were dedicated to the memory of
two late teachers who did so
much to promote stage
productions and high quality
music. Those teachers were Miss
Eva Lee Sackett, who headed the
vocal music department, and Mr.
Leland Whitacre, who besides
teaching photography and advis-
ing Chronicle produced for many
years the Fall Varieties show, an
autumnal accumulation of the tal-
ent of AHS students.
"South Pacific" as the final
musical production ended years
of performances of the well-worn
stage of Alliance High. "South Pa-
cific" was one of the most popular
musicals ever to come from the
pen and piano of Rogers and
Hammerstein. The capacity audi-
ence thrilled to the strains of
"Bali Hai", "Happy Talkl' and
t'Some Enchanted Evening".
Class of '72 officers were Nancy Schaper, treasurerg Tom Boyce, vice-presidentg
Diane Jackson, secretary. Advisor Richard Morris stands above them all. Below is
president ot the Senior Class, Randy Kuceyeski.
Class of '72
The Class of '72 was the last class to graduate from the old
Alma Mater, Alliance High School. Many memories will remain
with the seniors as the years go on. Yes, this was the 62nd se-
nior class to graduate from the East Broadway Building. Spirit,
enthusiasm, smiles, work and honesty were a few of the many
qualities that the Senior Class possessed.
To make a class work it takes every student, no matter what
the job and recognition is, big or small, to participate to the best up-ar
of their ability. Nevertheless there are the class clowns and
jokers who add zest. Mix these qualities together and what do
you come up with? The Class of '72!
Basketball really turned the 72's on. Everywhere the team
went no matter how far away it was, the seniors were trailing
behind. Towards the end of the season the more energetic and
crazy senior boys organized, the Senior Men's Cheerleading So-
ciety which blew off a lot of steam. Other activities in which the
seniors were involved, were the Magazine Campaign, Door Dec-
oration, Rallys, and Student Day in Government. Class of '72
caught spring fever early with the Junior-Senior Prom, All-Night
Party and last, but surely the most important, Commencement.
Barbara S. Adams Paul P. Addams II Christine A. Ailes
Marjorie E. Akins Glenn D. Allen
Christine D. Allison Randel L. Alpago William E. Anderson
Brenda G. Andrews Kathleen M, 'Anthony
Bess A. Arris Janice S. Aulrance Thomas J. Aufrance
Joan M, Baker Brian l.. Barber Bruce A. Barber
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Deborah D. Bailey Steve D. Bailey
Glenda B. Modranski Phillip D. Battershell
Carol E. Baxter Pamela L. Bebout Kevin S. Bell
Gregory J. Benedetto Janet A. Benjamin Kathy L. Bennett Tom Bennett Kathy S. Berger
Patrick Bernart Deborah A. Bezon Beth M. Bingham Debra E.B. Edwards Anita J. Biondi
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Georgetta Blebea Laura A, Blume Rachael E. Boardley James E. Bolog Kathleen J. Bonfert
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Brian P. Borton Thomas W, Boyce Mildred A, Bradshaw Deborah A, Braid Clifford S. Brainard
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John N, Briden Patti L.B. Sorge Thomas G. Broome Joyce A, Brown Linda A. Brown
Robin E. Brown Jon N, Budac Bruce M. Bunn Vicki Cain Ray S. Calladine
David A. Campbell Judy Campbell Ricky L. Campbell Deborah M. Carroll Deborah L. Carter
Paul L. Carter Chester G. Casagrande Patricia J, Case
Deborah A. Chambers Jill E. Chapman Danese R. Cherry
Tod L. Cassidy Jani D. Cavanaugh
Debra L. Ciotti Kerry J. Clayton
John N. Codrea Cynthia L. Connerth Keith A. Crewson Hope E, Crow Douglas E. Cully
Vicky L. Cunningham Walter L. Dailey, Jr. Janet M. Damiani Dominic S. Danesi Rhys G. Daniels
Timothy D. Daniels Joan L. Davis Kyle J. Davis Rebecca A. Davison Gilbert N. Dawson
Gary L. Deprill Norman Dewell August R. Dhayer Robert A. Dike
Richard N. Dillon
Ruth A, Dordea Cathy Dougan Patrick W. Dugan Dave Duro
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Amy C. Fagan Robert W. Fagan Gary W. Flory Virginia E. Fojt Cheryl L. Fortner
Debra L, Franko Danny J. Gainor William Garnes Brenda J. Garrison Janice M. Gecina
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Deborah A. Irvin Margaret Irwin Diane L. Jackson Jeff A. Jae Laura A. Jarman
Kevin R. Johnson Jerry L. Johnson Kay E. Johns Sheila D. Johnson James D. Johnson
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Gary M. Lab Larry L. Lacher Kristi A. Lee Danny O, Leech Terri L. Libis
John A. Lika, Jr. Debra L. Loar Beverly J. Lockett Carol A. Lyberger
Deborah L. McPherson
David K. Mann Jeffery A, Manzi Mark I. Marderwald B. Carol Markant Jay B. Marsh
Jerome V. Martin Sherry M. Martin Linda F. Mathes Karen A. Maurer Arletta K. Maxwell
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D. Edward McCown Joyce I. McKee Kathy A. Melzer Christine E. Mercer Cynthia D. Merrell
Donna E. Messenheimer Thomas E. Messenheimer Marcella A. Metzger Tony Meves Cheri S. Mikes
Beth L. Miller Drew J. Miller James Fl. Miller Murvin Miller Peggy L. Miller
Shelia K. Moats Bruce A, Mohr Michael Monaco Rebecca J. Moncrief Bonnie E. Moore
Ronald E. Moore Lee J. Morrow James F. Moseley Cynthia M. Moser
Sylvia D. Nicholson
Nancy A. Orwick
Jackie L. Pasco
Yolanda M. Natale Joe Nervi Leslie J. Newson Cindy Newshutz
Sandra K. Nixon James F. Noble Gary A. Nutial Joyce A. Ormiston
Savannah Osley Carol Oyster Jeffrey J. Oyster Jocelyn C. Palmer
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Deanna Popa Gary A. Popa Michael J. Porter Thomas Poto Jeffery A. Pusateri
Raymond P. Rabuzzi Pauline V. Ranft Mike E. Ray James A. Reese Kenneth Rhome
Linda A. Richards Maria L. Reidel Janet M. Ringler Joyce K. Ringler Sandy Ritchie
Terry L. Roach Ronald J. Roberts Bonnie L. Roller Danny Rose Ruth R. Rosenberry
Beverly J. Roush Patricia A. Rubright Debra L. Ruff Jeffery W. Ruggles Debra K. Rush
Rhonda K. Ruth Scott F. Sallyards Walter Ft. Sams Jr. George D. Saus Michael S. Shafer
Nancy E. Schaper Sherry L. Schell Judith A. Schneider Bob Schneider Nancy K. Schuller
Pam J. Settle Timothy J. Shellenberger Rebecca F. Sherwood LuAnn M. Shuster Brenda K. Simmons
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Linda C. Simmons Carolee Simons Learline D. Sims David J. Smarr Brenda J. Skillern
Diane L. Smith Jeffery L. Smith Sharon L, Snowden Gayle L. Snyder Ronald H. Snyder
Charles D. Soules Cynthia A. Specht Edith D. Stahler Grace E. Stamn John Fl. Stanley
Sharon E. Stancato Kenneth A. Stanley Timothy A. Starks Eljoree Stargen Rebecca L. Stauffenger
Ted G. Steede Dean L. Stephens
Cora L. Stevenson Barb Stockert Sean P. Stockert
Sandra S. Strong Diane K. Sucaciu Kathy A. Sukosd Diane Elise Tate Marc Tatsch
Carol A. Taylor
Dana Taylor Thomas W. Teal Shirley A. Teis Roberta A. Thigpen
Paul Thompson li
Clara B. Triplett
Alison K. veig
Ron Thorn James E. Thorpe Timothy Trainer Adam Fl. Transue
Randall P. Trump Toni S. Truxell Joseph D. Tucker Thomas B. Twyman
Gregory D, Visi David D. Vocila Bob Vorres Virgil G. Vulcu
Douglas IVI. Wait
Kimberly W. Marini Leonard F. Ward Sandra K. Wasson Charlotte M.
Jayne L. Weaver
Randy H. Weaver Deborah L. Weber Thomas E, Wehner John E. Weitzel
Larry L. Wheeler Diana D. White Mark A. Whitacre Leslie L. Wible Lynette A. Wilform
Dodie K. Williams Karen E. Williams Gary T. Williams Lizzie A. Williamson Cynthia K. Wilton
Katie Winner Charlene Wilson Leslie J. Wonner Donald Ft. Wright Jeffery A. Young
Leisa D. Young Rebecca Heckman Eva Daniels Walter Johnson Debbie Lewis
Bonnie Lilly Bill Maxon Sally R. Welsh
Beverly June Akins
Roger L. Blake
Judy A. Briden
Norman E. Brisker
Frank E, Bycratt
Donald M. Cobbs, Jr.
Timothy Donnel Daniels
Gary L. Deprill
Dominic Steven Danesi
Stephen F. Dixon
Patrick Warren Dugan
Donna Frank Carr
Daniel Ray Fly
Paul L. Hoebeke
Debra S. Householder
Michael J. Hawkins
John A. Kuhanek
Anthony D. Lilly
Kathy Suzanne McGavern
Ronald Edward Moore
Deborah M. Murphy
Sylvia Denise Nicholson
James M. Popa
Alan D. Potter
Norman L. Retterer
Larry A. Richards
Albert Charles Richards
Mary R. Rowe
Rosalin Ann Royster
lsiah Amos Satchell
Susan M. Scott
Harry E. Sarchione
Stephanie Smith Bivins
Milton N. Snodgrass
Carol Vestal Oyster
Charlene lcelda Wright
Mary V. Yurkas
Harriet Zachary Cotti ngham
Ronald E. Zeigler
Ten Who Led Class of '72
marked these seniors as tops in
their graduating class.
Throughout their four years of
learning, they consistently
applied their minds and time
toward gaining the highest
rewards an Alliance High School
education could offer. More than
that, these ten offered their tal-
ents in extra-curricular activities
and proved their leadership abili-
ties in a variety of pursuits.
Rhys Daniels Maria Riedel Tom Aufrance Pat Rubright
Joyce McKee Peggy Heestand Linda Richards Mike Monaco
AHS Best Honored During Assembly
Those being honored fill the AHS stage during Recognition Assembly.
Some highlights of the morning assembly.
Top left: Bill Anderson receiving the Ameri-
can Legion Citizenship Award. Lower left:
Joe Tucker being awarded the
Benchwarmers Scholarship sponsored by the
Adult Booster Club. Above: Miss Hillman was
surprised by yearbook editors Ruth Dordea
and Jim Kelly when the dedication of the first
fall Chronicle was announced early.
"Land Of OZ" Delights All
Juniors feted the seniors with a spectacu-
lar prom "The Land of Oz", a trip down the
yellow brick road, on May 20. All their labors
were enjoyed during an evening complete
with munchkins and castles in the magically
transformed Coppock Gymnasium.
The Junior-Senior Prom steering
committee consisted of Christi Barret, Carol
Hampu, Grant Gully, Gary King, Joe Grabiel,
Craig Graf, Gene Patna, and Patti Davies. lVlr.
Gene Nara was class patron.
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BACCALAUREATE - Sunday,
Speaker - Rev. Robert Tolbert
Invocation - Rev. A.D. Carter
Prayer - Rev. H.S. Garnes
Benediction - Rev. Robert
COIVIMENCEIVIENT - Thursday,
Speaker - E. Thomas Wetzel
Invocation - Father Thomas
Benediction - Rev. Thomas
Senior Farewell- Debbie Braid
AHS History - Mark Haidet
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Wending their way through
a gala night, seniors celebrat-
ed their new freedom by
dancing and enjoying
themselves until dawn. The
traditional all-night festivities
were planned by parents who
also whisked the seniors from
place to place by car caravan
throughout the night.
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BARBARA SHARON ADAMS - B.O.E., Treas 3.
PAUL PHILIP ADDAMS - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Boy's Pep Club 2,3,45 Chronicle Staff 45 Varsity A 3,45
Photo Club 3,45 Prom Committee5 S.D.l.G., 5th Ward
Councilman 45 Photography Staff 3,45 Football Reserve 25
Football Varsity 3,4.
CHRISTINE ANN AILES - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 GirI's Pep Club 2,3,45 Science Seminar 35 Prom
Committee5 Ring and Pin Committee5 Cap and Gown
MARJORIE ELIZABETH AKINS - College Prep, Vocational5
Aviator Backer 2,35 D.E.C.A. 4, Chaplain 45 Prom Committee
BEVERLY JUNE AKINS - B.O.E.
GLENN DOUGLAS ALLEN - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
45 Blue Dom 2,3,45 Fine Arts 2,3,45 NHS 45 Thespians 2,3,45
Scribe 3, Pres. 45 S.D.l.G., Mayor5 You Can't Take It With You
45 South Pacific 45 Where's Charlie 25 Our Town 35 Up the
Down Staircase 25 Senior Talent Assembly5 Boy's Ensemble
2,45 Madrigals 3,45 Acappella Choir 3,45 Chorale 45 Band
2,3,45 Academic Challenge 45 ACDA Honors Choir 3.
CHRISTINE DENISE ALLISON - Aviator Backers 2,3,45
GirI's Pep Club 2,3,45 Fine Arts 2,3,45 FTA 3,45 Thespians 45
Capnand Gown Committee5 Baccalaureat Committee5 Com-
mencement Committee S.D.l.G.5 South Pacific 45 Senior Tal-
ent Assembly 45 Madrigals 45 Acapella Choir 3,45 Chorale 45
Co-chairman Senior Spirit Week5 Junior Red Cross5 Chorus
25 Co-chairman of Homeroom Door Decorating Contest.
RANDEL LEE ALPAGO - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 3,45
Boy's Pep Club 45 Varsity 45 Band 25 Football Varsity 3,4.
WILLIAM EDWARD ANDERSON - College Prep5 Aviator
Backers 2,3,45 NHS 45 Student Senate 2,3,4. Pres 45 Student-
Faculty Committee 45 Class Pres 2,35 S.D.l.G., Councilman-
at-Large 45 Madrigals 45 Acappella Choir 35 Chorale 45 Boy's
State 35 Football Reserve 2, Football Varsity 3,45 Co-captain
45 Basketball Reserve 25 Baseball Varsity 2,3,45 Pigskin Prom
BRENDA GAIL ANDREWS - B.O.E.5 Forensic 25 Historian 45
Library Aid5 OEA.
KATHLEEN MARIE ANTHONY- C.O.E.5 Library Aid 2.
BESS ANN ARRIS - Girl's Pep Club 45 French Club 2,3,45
Prom Committee, Chairman5 Band 2,3,45 Library Aid 35 Ski
JANICE SUE AUFRANCE - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 25
Fine Arts 2,3,45 Prom Committee, Co-Chairman5 Senior Tal-
ent Assembly 45 Madrigals 3,45 Acappella Choir 35 Chorale 45
THOMAS JOHN AUFRANCE - College Prep5 Aviator
Backers 45 Blue Dom 25 Thespians 2,35 Science Seminar 3,45
S.D.l.G., Steering Committee5 Where's Charlie 25 Up the
Down Staircase 35 Boy's Ensemble 25 Acapella Choir 2,3,45
Chemistry Lab Assistant 45 Delegate to World Affairs
lnstitute5 NMSQT Finalist.
DEBORAH DENISE BAILEY - DE5 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45
D.E.C.A. 45 Prom Committee5 Cap and Gown Committee5
Invitations 8t Name Card Committee5 Commencement
Committee5 Library Aid 2.3.
STEVE D. BAILEY-T 8t I Machine5 Aviator Backers.
JOAN MARGARET BAKER - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,45 Fine Arts 2,3,45 French Club 2,35
Prom Committee5 Cap and Gown Committee5 Baccalaureate
Committee5 South Pacific5 Band 2,3,45 Ski Club 3.4.
BRIAN LEE BARBER - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 45
French Club 25 Thespians 2,3,45 Where's Charlie 25 Our Town
35 Up the Down Staircase 35 Orchestra 2,3,4. Librarian 3,45
Stage Crew 2,3,45 Language Lab Asst. 2.
BRUCE ALLEN BARBER - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 45
Blue Dom 25 Where's Charlie5 Orchestra 2,3,4, Treasurer 2
V.P. 3, Pres. 4.
GLENDA lBARKERJ MODRANSKI - College Prep5
Attendance Office Asst.
PHILLIP DANA BATTERSHELL - College Prep5 Aviator
Backers 2,3,45 Key Club 2,3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 SPC 4,
Pres. 45 Prom Committee5 Cap and Gown Committee
Chairman5 Baccalaureate Committee5 Red and Blue 3,4,
Sports Editor 3, Business Manager 4.
CAROL ELIZABETH BAXTER - College Prep5 Aviator
Backers 2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 French Club 2,3,45 FTA
2,3,4. Secretary 4 Prom Committee, Chairman 35 Cap and
Gown Committee5 Ski Club 3,4.
PAMELA LEA BEBOUT - Vocational5 B.O.E. 35 C.O.E. 45
KEVIN SCOTT BELL - College Prep5 Senior Talent
GREGORY JAMES BENEDETTO - College Prep5 Blue Dom
3,45 Fine Arts 45 Thespians Clerk 45 Pen and Brush 45 Red
and Blue 3,45 Spanish Club 2,35 You Can't Take It With You5
South Pacific5 Our Town 35 Up the Down Staircase 35 Senior
Talent Assembly 45 Boy's Ensemble 25 Madrigals 3,45
Acappella Choir 2,3,45 Chorale 45 Track.
JANET ANN BENJAMIN - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 French Club 25 Prom Committee5
Invitations 8 Name Card Committee5 S.D.l.G., Platform
Committee5 Chorale 25 Orchestra 2,3,4. Sec. 45 Andreane's
KATHY LYNN BENNETT - College PFGDQ Aviator Backers
2,3,43 French Club 23 Science Seminar 3,43 Spanish Club 33
THOMAS CHRISTOPHER BENNETT - College Prep.
KATHY SUE BERGER - College Prep3 Aviator Backers
2,3,43 GirI's Pep Club 2,3,43 French Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 43
NHS 43 Prom Committee3 Cap and Gown Committee 43
S.D.I.G., Sup. of Parks3 South Pacific 43 Band 2,3,43 Chemis-
try Lab Asst. 4.
PATRICK BERNART - T 5 I Machine3 Chess Clubg Band
2,3,43 Stage Crew 4.
DEBORAH ANN BEZON - Business3 Red and Blue 3,43 Avia-
tor Backers 2,3,43 Quill 8. Scroll 43 SPC 4.
BETH M. BINGHAM - College Prep3 Aviator Backers 43
GirI's Pep Club 43 FTA 43 Pen and Brush 43 Senior Talent
Assembly 43 Red Cross Alt. 43 Art Asst. 4.
DEBRA E. fBlNlUSl EDWARDS - Home Economics.
ANITA JUNE BIONDI - O.W.E., PresIdent3 O.W.E. GlrI'S
ROGER LEE BLAKE - O.W.E.
GEORGETTA BLEBEA - College Prep 2,33 DCT 43 Aviator
Backers 2,33 Girl's Pep Club 23 D.C.T. 43 Fine Arts 23 FTA 33
Latin Club 2,3,43 Prom Committee Chairman3 Orchestra 2,33
Chronicle Queen Hostess 3.
LAURA ANNE BLUIVIE - General.
RACHAEL ELAINE BOARDLEY - B.O.E. Steno, Vocational3
Aviator Backers 2,3,43 Girl's Pep Club 2,33 B.O.E. 3,43 Com-
mercial Club 23 Red Cross 2.
JAMES EDWARD BOLOG - VocationaI3 DECA 43 Pen and
Brush 2,33 Where's Charlie 23 Our Town 33 Up The Down
Staircase 3. '
KATHERINE JOAN BONFERT - College PFGDQ Aviator
Backers 2,3,43 Girl's Pep Club 43 Treas. - 3, Caducean 2,33
Latin Club 2,3,4, President 43 NHS 43 Red and Blue 43
Joan Kirksey practices for the Met . . .or is it the Mets?
Science Seminar 43 Pigskin Prom Chairman3 Ski Club 2,3,4,
Treas. 43 Gift Committee3 Up the Down Staircase 23 Band
2,3,43 GirI's State AIt.3 AAYC Secretary.
BRIAN PHILLIP BORTON - College Prep3 Marion L. Steele
H.S. Amherst, Ohio 23 Latin Club 23 Varsity A 43 Prom
Committee Co-Chairman 3,43 SDIG Steering Committee
Chairman 43 Reserve Basketball Captain 23 Swimming 3,43
Track 23 Cross Country 2.
THOMAS WILLIAM BOYCE - College PYGDQ Blue Dom 2,3,4,
Recording Sec 33 Debate 2,3,43 Latin Club 2,3,4, VP 33 NHS
3,4, Pres. 43 International Forensic 2,3,4, Treas 43 Varsity A
3,43 Class VP 43 Prom Committee Chairman3 Ring and Pin
Committee Chairman3 Gift Committee, Chairmang SDIG
Councilman at Large 33 Chief of Police 43 Acappella Choir 43
Boy's State 33 Reserve Wrestling 2, Varsity 3,4.
MILDRED ANNETTE BRADSHAW - GeneraI3 Aviator Backer
DEBORAH ANN BRAID - College Prep3 Aviator Backers 33
Girl's Pep Club 2,3,43 Fine Arts 2,3,4, Pres. 43 French Club
2,33 NHS 3,4, VP 43 Prom Committee Chairman3 Madrigals 43
Acappella Choir 33 Chorale 43 Orchestra 2,3, Treas 2, Pres 33
Chronicle Queen Hostess 33 Red Cross 23 World Affairs
CLIFFORD SCOTT BRAINARD - College Prep3 Aviator
Backers 3,43 Blue Dom 2,3,4, Treas 33 Debate 2,33 Fine Arts 43
Key Club 2,3,43 International Forensic 2,3,4, VP 33 Student
Senate 2,43 Varsity A 2,3,43 Prom Committee Chairman3 Gift
Committee Chairman3 Band 2,3,4, VP 43 Language Lab Asst.
23 Swimming 2,3,4, MVP 4, Capt. 43 Rep. to World Affairs Inst.
JOHN N. BRIDEN-General.
JUDY A. BRIDEN - B.O.E. 2, VP 4.
THOMAS GEORGE BROOME - College Prep3 St. Thomas
Aquinas 23 Aviator Backers 3.
JOYCE ANN BROWN - VocationaI3 Aviator Backers 2,33
LINDA ANN BROWN - College Prep, Business3 Aviator
Backers 2,3,43 GirI's Pep Club 2,3,43 FTA 2,33 Prom
Committee3 Cap and Gown Committee3 Senior Talent
Assembly3 Commencement Usherette 2.
ROBIN ELIZABETH BROWN - VocationaI3 Aviator Backers
2,3,43 GirI's Pep Club 2,3,43 COE Treas 43 Pen and Brush 43
Prom Committee3 Commercial Club 23 Red Cross 3,4.
JON N. BUDAC-Vocational Drafting3 Aviator Backers 2,3,43
Boy's Pep Club 2,3,43 T and l Drafting 3,4.
BRUCE M. BUNN - College Prep3 Glenwood H.S. 23 Boy's
Pep Club 2.
FRANK E, BYCRAFT - General.
VICKI CAIN - General.
RAY S. CALLADINE - Vooational3 T 8t I machine 3,4.
DAVID ALLEN CAMPBELL - College Prep3 Minerva H.S. 23
Summersville W. Va. 33 Aviator Backers 4.
JUDY CAROL CAMPBELL - College Prep3 Aviator Backers
3,43 Girl's Pep Club 3,43 FTA 43 French Club 23 Prom
Committee3 Cap and Gown Committee3 Baccalaureate
Committee3 Commencement Committee3 Candidate for Clerk
of Courts SDIGQ South Pacific 43 Where's Charlie 2.
RICK CAMPBELL - VocationaI3 Monarchs 3,4.
TERRY CARLI - College Prep3 SDIG 4.
DEBORAH MARIE CARROLL - VocationaI3 Aviator Backers
2,3,43 C.O.E. 4, Pres 43 Library Aid 2,3,4.
The Roxy-Rejects roused the WH LO crowd. Our trusty faculty
members and student teachers pitched in to help the Student
Publications Council during its benefit game. Their talents as
DEBORAH LYN CARTER - Vocational, C.O.E. 43 Aviator
Backers 2,3,43 GirI's Pep Club 23 B.O.E. 3, Historian3 Prom
PAUL LEROY CARTER - General.
CHESTER GUY CASAGRANDE - College PFGDQ Aviator
Backers 2,3,4, V.P. 43 Key Club 3,4, V.P. 43 NHS 43 Varsity A
43 Prom Committee3 Boy's State 33 Baseball 2,3,4.
TOD LEE CASSIDY- M.A.C.
JANI DEE CAVANAUGH - College Prep3 Aviator Backers
2,3,43 GirI's Pep Club 2,3343 Science Seminar 33 Prom
Committee3 Chorale3 Sophomore Party Decoration
DEBORAH A. CHAMBERS - Vocational3 Band 2,3.
JILL ELIZABETH CHAPMAN - College PTSD, Aviator
Backers 2,3343 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,43 French Club 23 FTA 2,33
NHS 43 Red and Blue 4, Exchange Editor3 Prom Committeeg
Cap and Gown Committee3 Baccalaureate Committee3 Com-
mencement Committee3 Girl's State 3.
DANESE R. CHERRYR B.O.E.
DEBRA LYNNE CIOTTI - Vocational3 Aviator Backers 2,3,43
Girl's Pep Club 23 B.O.E. 3,43 Pres 43 Library Aid 2.
KERRY JAN CLAYTON - General.
TED EDWARD CLICK- College Prep3 West Branch 2,3, AHS
DONALD M. COBBS- T 81 I Machine.
JOHN N. CODREA- College Prep.
CYNTHIA L. CONNERTH - General.
KEITH A. CREWSON - College Prep3 D.C.T.3 V.l.C.A., V.P.
VAUGHN CLINTON CROSS - General.
HOPE E. CROW- O.W.E.
cheerleaders, not to mention their snappy uniforms, wowed
DOUGLAS E. CULLY- General3 Aviator Backers 3.
VICKY L. CUNNINGHAM - Vocational3 B.O.E. 4, Treas 43
Prom Committee3 Cap and Gown Committee3 Baccalaureat
WALTER LEE DAILEY - Vocational3 Aviator Backers 23
Football Reserve 2.
JANET MARIE DAMIANI - College PVSDQ Aviator Backers 23
GirI's Pep Club 2,43 FTA 2,3,43 Cap and Gown Committee3
DOMINIC STEVEN DANESI - General.
PHYS GORDON DANIELS - College PFBDQ Blue Dom 3,43
Chronicle Staff 4, Co-Promotions Manager3 French Club
2,3,4, V.P. 43 FTA 2,33 NHS 3,43 Thespians 2,3,4, Treas 3, V.P.
43 You Can't Take it With You 43 Pacific 43 Our Town 33 Up
the Down Staircase 23 Acappella Choir 33 Orchestra 33 Boy's
State 33 Chemistry Lab Asst. 43 Academic Challenge, Captain
TIMOTHY DONNEL DANIELS - Vocational, T 8 I
Machinists3 Chess Club.
JOAN LOUISE DAVIS- College Prep, Vocational, C.O.E. 4.
KYLE JOHN DAVIS - Vocational, T 8t I Machineg Aviator
Backers 2,3,43 Football Varsity3 Swimming3 Track.
REBECCA A. DAVISON - GeneraI3 Aviator Backers 2,3,43
Girl's Pep Club 2,3,43 Prom Committee3 Cap and Gown
Committee3 South Pacific 43 Acappella Choir 3,43
Andreani's Helpers 43 Ski Club 4.
GILBERT NEILL DAWSON - College PFEDQ Aviator Backers
3,42 Boy's Pep Club 43 Fine Arts 43 NHS 43 Varsity A 2,3,43 Se-
nior Talent Assembly 43 Boy's Ensemble 43 Acappella Choir
43 Swimming 2,3,4, Captain 43 Boys Cheerleader 4.
GARY LEE DEPRILL - Vocational3 Aviator Backers 2,33
O.W.E. 3,43 Football Varsity 3,43 Football Manager 3,43 JA
NORMAN G. DEWELL - Vocational, O.W.E.
AUGUST RICHARD DHAYER - College Prep5 Prom
Committee 35 Up the Down Staircase 25 Chorale 25 Band
2,3,45 Ski Club 4.
ROBERT ALLEN DIKE - T 8 I Drafting 3,45 Aviator Backers
2,3,4, Pres 45 Boy's Pep Club 45 Key Club 3,45 Varsity A 2,3,45
Prom Committee, Refreshment Stand, Chairman5 Track
Varsity 2,3,45 Wrestling Varsity 2,3,4, Captain 4.
RICHARD NEIL DILLON - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Key Club 45 NHS 45 Science Seminar 3,4, Pres 45
Spanish Club 25 Varsity A 2,3,45 Prom Committee5 Cap and
Gown Committee5 Invitations St Name Card Committee5 Se-
nior Talent Assembly 45 Swimming 2,3,45 Magazine
Homeroom Captain 2,3,45 Collected class dues 2,3.
STEPHEN F. DIXON - General.
RUTH ANN DORDEA - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 2,3,45
Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 Chronicle Staff 3,4, Co-Editor 45 FTA 45
Quill and Scroll 3,45 SPC 4, Sec 45 Prom Committee 2,3,45
S.D.l.G. 45 Senior Talent Assembly 45 Chronicle Queen Revue
35 Photography Staff 35 Ski Club 4.
KATHY DOUGAN - General.
PATRICK WARREN DUGAN - Vocational, O.W.E.5 Aviator
DAVID A. DURO - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 45
Chronicle Staff 45 NHS 45 Student Senate 45 S.D.l.G., Pres of
Council 45 South Pacific 45 Where's Charlie 25 Madrigals 45
Acappella Choir 45 Orchestra 25 Band 2,3,45 Americanism
ELIZABETH ANN DYNAVICK - Vocational, D.E.C.A.5 Red
and Blue 35 Chorale 2,3.
SARAH A. EDGECOMBE - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 NHS 45 Spanish Club 2,35 Student
Senate 2,3,4, Treas 45 Student-Faculty Committee, Chairman,
Sec 45 Prom Committee 2,3,45 S.D.l.G., Ward Chairman 2,35
Acappella Choir 2,35 Girl's State Alternate5 Pigskin Prom
Court 45 Outstanding Teenager 45 Delegate to National Youth
gongegesnize 45 Alternate for Academic Challenge Team 45 Ski
u , , .
SHELLEY JOAN EDINGER - College Prep, Business5 Avia-
tor Backers 2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 FTA 45 Prom
Committee 2,35 Senior Talent Assembly 45 Guidance Office
RONALD EDWARDS - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 45
And in those days a prophet arose, and there was great
shouting. . .
MORGAN GAYLE ELLIS - D.E.
KAREN LYNN ESKAY - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 Spanish Club 35 Prom Committee
2,3,45 South Pacific 45 Spirit Week Committee 4.
AMY C, FAGAN - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 3.
ROBERT WARREN FAGAN - Vocational, T 8. I Machine.
KIM FARRISE - General.
DANIEL RAY FIX- Costa Mesa, Cali 2, Marlington 3, AHS 45
Football Reserve5 Wrestling.
GARY W. FLORY- College Prep.
VIRGINIA ELIZABETH FOJT - College Prep5 Aviator
Backers 2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,35 Blue Dom 3,4, Pres 45
Debate 45 Fine Arts 2,3,45 French Club 3,45 FTA 35 NHS 3,45
Thespians 3,45 Forensic 45 Prom Committee5 Cap and Gown
Committee5 S.D.I.G. 2,3,4, Treas. 45 You Can't Take lt With
You5 South Pacific5 Where's Charlie5 Our Town5 Senior Tal-
ent Assembly5 Madrigals 3,45 Acappella Choir 3,45 Orchestra
2,3, Treas 35 Girl's State 35 Academic Challenge Team 45
Door Decorating Contest, Chairman 45 Individual Events in
Forensics 45 National Merit Commended Student 4.
CHERYL LYNN FORTNER - Aviator Backers 25 Chorale5
Andreani's Helpers5 Library Aid.
DEBBIE LYNN FRANKO - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 French Club 45 NHS 45 Prom
Committee, Chairman5 S.D.l.G., Candidate SDIG 5th Ward
Councilman5 Ski Club 45 Platform Committee.
PATRICIA J. FRAZIER - College Prep 2,3, Vocational 45 Avi-
ator Backers 2,3,45 V.P. of D.E.C.A. 45 Prom Committee.
DANNY JOHN GAINOR - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Boy's Pep Club 45 Fine Arts 45 Key Club 2,3,4, Director,
V.P., Pres5 NHS 45 Prom Committee5 S.D.I.D.5 Senior Talent
Assembly5 Boy's Ensemble 25 Madrigals 35 Acappella Choir
3,45 Baseball 2,3,4.
WILLIAM GARNES - College prep5 Aviator Backers 2,35
Prom Committee5 Football Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4 Ski Club
BRENDA JEAN GARRISON - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,35 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 FTA 2,3,45 Prom Committee 2,3,45
Senior Talent Assembly5 Band 2,3,45 Library Aid 45 Majorette
JANICE MARIE GECINA -- College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,35 Girl's Pep Club 2,45 Spanish Club 25 Hall Hostess 2.
KIM GELTZ - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 2,3,45 Girl's
Pep Club 2,3,45 Caducean 2,35 Latin Club 2,3,45 Prom
Committee, Co-Chairman 3.
KAREN SUE GEORGE - D.C.T.5 Aviator Backers 2,35 Girl's
Pep Club 2,35 Pen and Brush 3,4, Pres 45 First Aid Room 3.
JANIS ELLEN GOODALL - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 Prom Committee 3,45 Pigskin
Prom Court 45 First Aid Room 4.
BRADLEY GORIS - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 2,3,45
Fine Arts 2,3,4, Treas 3, V.P. 45 Key Club 2,3,4, Director 35
Prom Committee 3,45 South Pacific 45 Senior Talent
Assembly 45 Boy's Ensemble 2,45 Madrigals 3,45 Acappella
Choir 3,45 Chorale 45 Ski Club 2,3,4, Pres 3.
KAREN SUE GREENE - College Prep5 Blue Dom 25
Thespians 25 S.D.I.G. 45 Where's Charlie5 Up the Down
Staircase5 First Aid Room 45 Chorus 25 Readers Theatre5
Merry Christmas Mr. Baxter5 Spirit Week Committee.
NANCY JANE GREENEWALT - College Prep5 Aviator
Backers 3,45 Girl's Pep Club 3,45 Blue Dom 3,45 Prom
Committee5 Cap and Gown Committee5 Commencement
f'Now ya got that, two bucks on Flat-Nose in the fifth. .
Committee3 S.D.l.G., Candidate for Clerk of Courts3 You Can't
Take It With You3 South Pacific 43 Our Town 33 Andreani's
Helpers 43 Hall Hostess 43 Individual Events 43 Merry
Christmas Mr. Baxter 33 Spirit Week Committee 2, Co-
Chairman 43 Door Decorating Committee 3, Co-Chairman 4.
MARION DUKE GRIMES - College Prep3 Aviator Backers
2,3,43 Chronicle Staff 43 French Club 23 Varsity A 3,43 Prom
Committee3 Senior Banquet3 S.D.l.G. 43 Senior Talent
Assembly 43 Acappella Choir 43 Football Reserve 2, Varsity
3,43 Track 2,3.
CARLIS LEVERNE GRINTER - Business3 Aviator Backers 23
Cap and Gown Committee3 S.D.l.G., Treas3 Library Aid
KAREN ANN GROVES - College Prep3 Aviator Backers 23
Girl's Pep Club 2,3,43 Blue Dom 2,3,43 Fine Arts 43 French
Club 2,33 NHS 43 Thespians 3,41 Prom Committee3 SDIG,
Platform Committee3 Spirit Week, Chairman3 You Can't Take
It With You 43 South Pacific, Usher3 Our Town 33 Up the Down
Staircase 23 Senior Talent Assembly 43 Madrigals 3,43
Acappella Choir 33 Chorale 43 Orchestra 23 Girl's State 33
Library Aid 2,4.
PAULA MARIE GUSBAR - College Prep, C.O.E.3 Aviator
Backers 2,3,43 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,43 Prom Committee 2,3,4
Chairman 33 Cap and Gown Committee.
KATHY MARIE GWIN - College Prep: Aviator Backers 33
Spanish Club 23 Prom Committee3 First Aid Room, Hall Host-
essg Library Aid.
ROBERT ALLEN HAHLEN - Vocational: D.C.T., Treas 43 T 8.
I Draftingg Aviator Backers 3,4.
MARK EDWARD HAIDET - College Prepj NHSQ Track.
SONYA MARTINA HAIRSTON - B.O.E.3 Aviator Backers 33
Prom Committee3 Band 2,3.
GEORGE ALEXANDER HALIVIAGHI - D.C.T.
ANTHONY G. HAiVllVl - West Tech High, Cleveland, Ohio 2,
JAMES O. HANCOCK - General3 Aviator Backers 33 Varsity
A 23 Stage Crewg Football Varsity 43 Basketball Varsity 33
JIM ALLAN HANDRYCH - College Prep3 Aviator Backers
2,33 Baseball 2.
BARBARA ELLA HANDY- O.W.E. 3,4, Home Economics.
DAVE HANSON - College Prep3 Aviator Backers 43 Blue
Dom 2,33 Chronicle Staff 43 Debate 2,3,4, captain 43 Key Club
43 Red and Blue 3,43 Science Seminar 3,4, Pres 33 Chess
Club 43 You Can't Take It With You 43 Forensic League 2,3,4,
Pres 43 Ski Club 4.
CHERYL LYNN HARSH - College PFSDQ Aviator Backers 3,43
Pen and Brush 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Red and Blue 3,4,
Cartoonist3 Science Seminar 3,43 Spanish Club 2,33 Prom
Committee, Co-Chairman3 Band 2,3,4.
THOMAS DALE HARTENSTEIN - College Prep3 Aviator
Backers 2,3,43 Boy's Pep Club 43 Key Club 2,3,4, Treas3 Cap
and Gown Committee3 Baccalaureate Committee3 Gift
Committee3 Ski Club 4.
RICHARD LEE HASLAR - Vocational, D.E.C.A.3 Aviator
Backers 2,3,43 Acappella Choir 2,33 Wrestling 23 Basketball
Reserve Manager3 Basketball Varsity Manager 4.
MARGARET HAWKINS - College Prep, BUSINESS: Aviator
Backers 43 FTA 3,4, V.P. 43 Forensic 43 Prom Committee3
Invitations 8 Name Card Committee 43 Baccalaureate
Committee 43 Commencement Committee 43 S.D.I.G. 3,43
Guidance Office 43 Hall Hostess 43 Library Aid 3,43 Girl's
Chorus 23 Jr. Red Cross 3,4, V.P. 43 Hostess for Commence-
ment 33 Girl's Basketball 4.
MARVIN HAWKINS - General.
MICHAEL J. HAWKINS - General.
RANDY ALAN HAYNES - College PFGDQ Aviator Backers 3,43
Pen and Brush 43 Science Seminar 3,43 Student Senate 23
Baccalaureate Committee, Co-Chairman 43 Gift Committee 43
Commencement Committee 43 Magazine Chairman 2,33 Co-
Chairman 43 Class Dues Committee 2.
REBECCA LYNN HECKMAN - General3 GirI's Pep Club 23
B.O.E. 33 Acappella Choir 4.
PEGGY LYNN HEESTAND - General, Vocational: Aviator
Backers 23 Girl's Pep Club 2,33 D.C.T. 4, Sec 43 Pen and
Brush 3,4, sec 43 Guidance Office 2,33 Art Rm. Helper 4.
PATRICIA J. HENDERSON - C.O.E.3 Aviator Backers 23
Spanish Club 2,
MARK MURRY HENSCHEN - College Prep3 Ski Club 2,3,4,
Pres 43 Aviator Backers 2,3,43 Chronicle Staff 2,3,4, Co-
Promotion Man. 43 Key Club 4, Chairman-Service Committee3
NHS 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Red and Blue 4, Sales in H.R.3
Spanish Club 23 Student Senate 23 Prom Committee, Co-
Chairman3 Cap and Gown Committee, Co-Chairman.
MELANIE PAULA HICKS - College Prep3 Aviator Backers
2,3,43 Debate 2,33 French Club 23 FTA 23 Student Senate 43
Prom Committee 3,43 Band 2,3,43 Photography Staff 33 Ski
Club 2,3,4, Sec 4.
EARL DWIGHT HILL - General3 Aviator Backers 2,3,43 Key
Club 3,43 Varsity A 3,43 SDIG Councilman at Large 43
Basketball 2,3,4, Captain 4.
EMORY CRAIG HILL- General.
JON JESS HILL - College Prep3 Aviator Backers 2,3,43
Boy's Pep Club 3,43 Chronicle Staff Copy Editor 43 Key Club
43 Prom Committee3 Cap and Gown Committee3 SDIG 43
DONALD DEAN HINES - College PYGDQ DCT 43 Reserve
Basketball 23 Track 2.
JOLEEN RAE HINGA - Vocational: Aviator Backers 23
LARILYN RUTH HINGA - B.O.E. 3,43 Aviator Backers 23 First
Aid Room 4.
STEPHEN RANDALL HINGA - College Prep.
IVIATHEW L. HINSON - General.
FREDERICK ARTHUR HOBBS - College Prep5 Aviator
Backers 35 Key Club 3,45 Science Seminar 3,45 SDIG Fire
Chief5 Ski Club 4.
PAUL HOEBEKE - College Prep5 DCT 4.
BRENDA ALIESE HOLLOWAY- Business5 Chronicle Staff 25
International Forensic 25 Spanish Club 25 Senior Talent
Assembly5 Pigskin Prom Queen Court.
ALFREDA HOLMES - Business, F.T.A. 2, B.O.E. 3,45 Senior
Talent Assembly5 Madrigals 45 Acappella 3, Chorale 4.
JOAN ELAINE HOOPES - Vocational5 Aviator Backers 2,3,45
GirI's Pep Club 4.
LESLIE JO HOPPES - College Prep5 St. Thomas Aquinas 25
NHS 45 Senior Talent Assembly5 Guidance Helper5 Betty
Crocker Homemaker Award.
KRISTINE ANN HUFFMAN - Business5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 COE 45 Acappella Choir 3.
PAMELA JEAN HUGGINS - College Prep, Business5 Aviator
Backers 2,3,45 Chronicle Staff Head Typist 45 Prom
Committee5 Chronicle Queen Revue 2,3.
DAVID MARK HUSK - Business5 DECA 45 Fine Arts 45 BOE
45 Senior Talent Assembly5 Boys Ensemble 45 Acappella
DEBORAH A. IRVIN - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 25
French Club 25 F.T.A. 3,45 Chorale 3,4.
MARGARET L. IRWIN - College Prep., Business5 Aviator
Backers 2,45 Girl's Pep Club 25 DECA 45 F.T.A. 25 Spanish
Club 25 Chorale 3.
DIANE LYNNEA JACKSON - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
3,45 French Club 25 F.T.A. 2,3,4, Treas 3, Pres. 45 NHS 45
Student Senate 3,45 Class Treas 2,3,45 Prom Committee5 Ring
and Pin Committee5 Invitation and Name Card Committee5
Gift Committee5 SDIG5 Band 2,3,45 Pigskin Prom Queen Court
45 Chronicle Queen Revue Court 2, Revue 2,35 Language Lab
Asst. 25 Band Dinner Dance Queen's Court 2,4.
JEFF ALAN JAE - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 2,3,45
Boy's Pep Club 3,45 French Club 2,35 Key Club 2,3,45 NHS 45
Varsity A 3,45 Prom Committee, Chairman5 Cap and Gown
Committee, S.D.l.G. 45 Boy's State 35 Basketball Reserve 25
Varsity 3,4, Captain 45 Baseball 2,3,4.
LAURA ANN JARMAN -- College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 FTA 45 Prom Committee5 Ring
and Pin Committee5 Invitations 81 Name Card Committee5
Baccalaureate Committee5 Commencement Committee5
S.D.l.G.5 Acapella Choirg Library Aid.
KAY ELIZABETH JOHNS - Business5 Aviator Backers 2,35
Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 Chronicle Staff 45 FTA 45 Prom
Committee 35 Chorale 25 Door Decorating Contest, Chairman
2,3,45 Up the Down Staircase, Usher.
KEVIN JOHNSON - General.
JAMES DAVID JOHNSON - College Prep5 FTA 3,45 Key
Club 45 Latin Club 2,35 Forensic 45 Science Seminar 45
Spanish Club 2,35 Madrigals 45 Acappella Choir 2,35 Chorale
JERRY LUCKY JOHNSON - Vocational, O.W.E.5 Track.
SHEILA DENISE JOHNSON,- Generalg Aviator Backers
2,3,45 FTA 3,45 Photo Club 45 Prom Committee5 Cap and
Gown Committee5 Baccalaureate Committee5 Commence-
ment Committee5 S.D.l.G. Committee5 Hall Hostess 45 Library
Aid 3,45 Red Cross 45 Art Room Asst. 45 J.A. 35 Choir 35
Chronicle Helper 4.
CLIFFORD EDWARD JONES - General5 Aviator Backers 35
Varsity A 35 Football Reserve 25 Football Varsity 3,45
Basketball Reserve 2, Varsity 3,45 Track 2,3,45 Pigskin Prom
JANICE LEE JONES - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 2,3,45
Girl's Pep Club 3,45 French Club 25 Prom Committee5 Cap
and Gown Committee5 Baccalaureat Committee5 South Pacif-
ic, Usher5 Guidance Office substitute5 Ski Club 4.
KAY DAWN KAPPERMAN - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
3,45 French Club 25 FTA 2,35 Prom Committee5 Invitations 8.
Name Card Committee5 Jr. Red Cross 2,3.
JAMES HILTON KELLY - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 25
Boy's Pep Club 2,35 Chronicle Staff 2,3,4, Editor 45 Photo Edi-
tor 35 Thespians 2,3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 SPC 45 Photo
Club 4, Co-Founder5 S.D.l.G. 45 South Pacific 45 Where's
Charlie 35 Senior Talent Assembly 45 Photography Staff 2,3,45
Stage Crew 2,3.
JANET KEMP - General.
MARIA COLLEER KERR - General Business5 Band 2.
NANCY JEAN KINSEY - College Prep, Business5 Aviator
Backers 2,3,45 Girls' Pep Club 2,3,45 F.T.A. 2,35 Prom
Committee5 Library Aid 45 Usher for Commencement 2,3.
JOAN MARIE KIRKSEY - General Business5 Aviator
Backers 45 Prom Committee 35 Cap and Gown Committee 45
Red Cross Representative 3,4.
ROBERT JOHN KOHER - College Prep 2,35 DCT 45 Football
BOB KENNETH KOTZBACHER - College Prep5 Aviator
Backers 2,3,45 Quill and Scroll 45 Red and Blue 2,3,4 - Man-
aging Editor 4, Advertising 35 Spanish Club 2,35 S.P.C. 45
Prom Committee5 Gift Committee.
JEROME D. KRUG - General.
BARBARA JANE KUCEYESKI - College Prep and Commer-
cial5 Girls' Pep Club 45 Spanish Club 25 Cap and Gown
Committee5 Up the Down Staircase, Hostess5 Band 2,3,45
Library Aid 4.
RANDAL JOHN KUCEYESKI - College Prep5 Aviator
Backers 35 N.H.S. 3,45 Student Senate 45 Varsity A 25 Class
What, me worry?
President 4, VP 25 Prom Committee5 Boys' State 35 Football
Varsity 35 Baseball 25 AAYC, VP 4.
RONALD LEE KUCEYESKI - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
35 Student Senate 2, VP5 Varsity A 3, Treas5 Prom Committee5
SDIG, Chairman5 Boys' State 35 Football Varsity 35 Baseball
25 Wrestling 25 AAYC, Pres.
JOHN KUHANECK- Vocational.
DAVID C. KUNZ - GeneraI5 Acappella Choir 2,35 Chorale 4.
GARY M. LAB - Vocational5 T 8tl Drafting 3,4.
LARRY L. LACHER - Vocational5 Aviator Backers 45 Band
KRISTI A. LEE - General.
DANNY O. LEECH - Vocational5 Aviator Backers 45 T 8. I
Drafting 3,45 Band 2,3,4.
DEBRA ANN LEWIS - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 3,45
Caducean 35 F.T.A. 45 NHS 45 Prom Committee5 Cap and
Gown Committee5 Commencement Committee5 S.D.l.G.,
Health Commissioner 45 Band5 Guidance Office 3.
TERRI LEE LIBIS- College prep5 Aviator Backers 2,35 Girl's
Pep Club 25 French Club 2,3,45 F.T.A. 2,35 Science Seminar
2,35 Spanish Club 45 Prom Committee Cap and Gown
Committee5 Invitations 8. Name Card Committee5 Baccalau-
reate Committee5 Commencement Committee5 SDIG5 South
Pacific 45 Up the Down Staircase 25 Acappella Choir 25 Band
2,3,45 Majorette 45 Chronicle Queen Revue 2,3, Court 35
Library Aid 4.
JOHN ANDREW LIKA- College Prep5 Aviator Backers 35
Caducean 25 D.C.T. 3, Pres 35 Science Seminar 3,4.
BONNIE GAYLE LILLY - Business5 Woodrow Wilson H.S.,
Beckley, W. Va., 2,35 Acappella Choir 25 Business Math Tutor
DEBRA LOU LOAR - Vocational5 Aviator Backers 3,45 D.C.T.
45 French Club 25 VICA Club for D.C.T.
BEVERLY JO LOCKETT - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 FTA 45 Student Senate 2,45
Student-Faculty Committee 25 Prom Committee5 Senior
Chapel Committee5 Baccalaureate Committee5 Commence-
ment Committee 45 Senior Talent Assembly5 Band 2,3,4,
Majorette 35 Head Majorette 45 Library Aid 35 Student Visita-
tion Committee 45 Dress Code Committee 2,45 AAYC Queen's
Court 3,45 Jr. Red Cross Alternate 45 Jr. Red Cross 2.
CAROL ANN LYBERGER - College Prep, Vocational5 Avia-
tor Backers 2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 45 NHS 45 B.O.E. 3,45 Prom
Committee5 South Pacific, Usher5 Band 2,3,4, Majorette 45
Library Aid 3,45 B.O.E. Steno I 8. ll Clubs.
DEBORAH LYNN MACPHERSON - Vocational5 Aviator
Backers 25 D.E.C.A. 4.
DAVID KEITH MANN - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 25
Football Reserve 25 Track 2,3.
JEFFREY ALLEN MANZI - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 25
MARK IAN LOUIS MARDERWALD - College Prep5 Aviator
Backers 45 French Club 2,3,45 NHS 45 Science Seminar 2,3,45
Varsity A 2,3,45 Track 45 Wrestling 2,3,4, Captain.
B. CAROL MARKANT - College Prep5 Laurel High School,
Shaker Heights 25 AHS 3,45 Aviator Backers 3,4, Sec 45 Girl's
Pep Club 3,4, Pres 45 Chronicle Staff 4, layout editor 45
French Club 3,45 Quill and Scroll 45 Prom Committee, Cap
and Gown Committee, Co-Chairman 45 S.D.l.G. 45 Platform
Committee 45 South Pacific 45 Senior Talent Assembly 45
AAYC Trustee 45 Jr. Red Cross 4.
JAY B. MARSH - Vocational.
JEROME VICTOR MARTIN - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
'Zeke' was zapped as Alliance bowed out ot the tournaments.
35 Boy's Pep Club 35 Football Varsity 2,3,45 Track 2,3,4.
SHERRY MAY MARTIN - B.O.E. 3,4,
LINDA FAY MATHES - General5 Girl's Pep Club 4.
KARIN ANN MAURER - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 3,45 French Club 2,3,45 FTA 2,35 Prom
Committee5 Cap and Gown Committee5 South Pacific5 Senior
Talent Assembly5 Acappella Choir 45 Band 2,3,4, Majorette 45
Library Aid 35 Chronicle Queen Hostess 35 Magazine
Campaign Chairman 3.
WILLIAM JOSEPH MAXON - General.
ARLETTA KAY MAXWELL - B.O.E. 3,45 Aviator Backers 2.
BRIAN DAVID MAXWELL - College Prep.
GUS MAY - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 2,3,45 Boy's Pep
Club 25 Varsity A 35 Football Reserve 2, Varsity 3,45 Track
2,3,45 Wrestling 25 Basketball Varsity Manager 25 Pigskin
ROBERT EUGENE MAY- O.W.E.
SHIRLEY BELINDA lVlcALlCHER - Vocational5 Aviator
Backers 2,35 Girl's Pep Club 45 D.C.T. 45 Chorus 2,35 Band
2,3,45 Commercial Club 25 VICA 4.
DEBRA LYNN McCASKEY - CommerciaI5 C.O.E.5 B.O.E.
Stenographic 3, Pres 3.
RICHARD DAVID McCOY - General5 Aviator Backers 3,45
Key Club 45 T 8. I Machine 3,45 Prom Committee5 Senior Tal-
ent Assembly 45 Boy Cheerleader 4.
DAVID EDWARD McCOWN - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
3,45 Boy's Pep Club 45 FTA 45 Pen and Brush 45 Acappella
Choir 35 Chorale 45 Track 45 JA 2,3,45 Mixed Choir 2.
,KATHY MCGAVERN - Vocational5 Minerva High School,
Marlington High School 2,33 B.O.E. 3,4, Sec 4.
JOYCE IRENE McKEE - College Prep3 Aviator Backers
2,3,43 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,43 Blue Dom 3,43 Chronicle Staff3
Fine Arts 43 French Club 2,43 NHS 3,43 Thespians 2,3,43 Treas
3, V.P. 43 Red and Blue3 Science Seminar 3,43 Student Senate
43 Prom Committee, Chairman3 S.D.l.G., Auditor 4, Platform
Chairman 4, Party Chairman 33 You Can't Take It With You 43
South Pacific 43 Where's Charlie 23 Our Town 33 Up the Down
Staircase 23 Senior Talent Assembly 43 Madrigals 43
Acappella Choir 33 Chorale 43 Band 2,3,43 GirI's State Alt 33
Canton Repository Teenager of the Month 43 Ski Club 2,3,43
Merry Christmas Mr. Baxter 3.
KATHY ANN MELZER - Vocational3 Aviator Backers 2,3,43
Girl's Pep Club 2,3,43 FTA 3,43 B.O.E. 3,43 Cap and Gown
Committee3 Up the Down Staircase, Usher.
CHRISTINE ELAINE MERCER - General.
CYNTHIA DENESE MERRELL - College PFGDQ Aviator
Backers 3,43 Girl's Pep Club 43 FTA 2,3,43 Spanish Club 43
Cap and Gown Committee3 Baccalaureate Committee3
S.D.I.G.3 Senior Talent Assembly3 Acappella Choir 3,43 Band
2,3,43 Library Aid 43 South Pacific, Usher.
DONNA ELAINE MESSENHEIMER - Vocational3 Aviator
Backers 3,43 French Club 23 NHS 43 B.O.E. 3,43 Prom
Committee3 Band 2,3,43 Library Aid 3,43 South Pacific, USDBTQ
THOMAS ERIC MESSENHEIMER - College PTGDQ Aviator
Backers 2,3,43 Boy's Pep Club 2,3,43 NHS 43 Varsity A 43 Prom
Committee, Chairman3 Football Reserve 23 Varsity 3,43 Track
MARCELLA ANN METZGER - Business.
ANTHONY O. MEVES -- College PFSDQ St. Thomas, Alliance,
Ohio 2, AHS 3,4.
CHERI SUSETTE MIKES - General.
BETH LOUISE MILLER - Vocational3 Aviator Backers 23
Girl's Pep Club 23 D.C.T. 4.
DREW JAMES MILLER - College PFGDQ Aviator Backers 43
Key Club 43 Varsity A 3,43 Photo Club 43 Cap and Gown
Committee, Co-Chairman 43 Swimming 2,33 Ski Club 2,3,4.
'JAMES RAY MILLER - College Prep3 Aviator Backers 2,3,43
Boy's Pep Club 43 Key Club 43 Varsity A 3,43 Prom
iCommittee3 Language Lab Asst3 Football Reserve 23 Varsity
'3,43 Wrestling 2,3.
MURVIN LEWIS MILLER - General3 Basketball Reserve 23
PEGGY LYNN MILLER - College Prep, Business.
SHEILA K. MOATS- B.O.E. 2.
GLENDA BARKER MODRANSKI - Secretarial3 C.O.E. 43
Band 2,33 Andreani's Helpers 2,3,4.
BRUCE ALAN MOHR - General3 Aviator Backers 3,43 T 8 I
Draftlng3 Prom Committee3 South Pacific, Orchestra3 Band
MICHAEL HERMAN MONACO - College Prep3 Key Club 43
NHS 43 Science Seminar 3,43 Chess club 43 Orchestra 2,33
Chemistry Lab Asst. 4.
REBECCA JANE MONCRIEF - College PTSD: Aviator
Backers 2,3,43 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,43 Chronicle Staff 2,3,4,
Theme Editor 43 FTA 3,41 Quill and Scroll 3,43 SPC 43 Student
Senate 2,33 Prom Committee3 Baccalaureate Committee,
Usherette 23 Commencement Committee, Usherette 23 Senior
Talent Assembly 43 Pigskin Prom Queen 43 Chronicle Queen
Revue 2,32 Hall Hostess 43 Cheerleader Reserve 3.
BONNIE ELAINE MOORE - General.
MITCHELL CHARLES MOORE - College Prep3 Blue Dom
2,3,4, V.P. 43 NHS 43 Thespians 3,43 S.D.l.G., Civil Service
Commissioner3 You Can't Take It With You 43 South Pacific 43
Our Town 33 Up the Down Staircase 23 Senior Talent
RON EDWARD MOORE - Shopg T 8t I Drafting 3,4, treas 3,4.
LEE JOHNSON MORROW - College Prep3 Aviator Backers
43 Boy's Pep Club 43 Key Club 43 Science Seminar 33 Prom
Committee3 Senior Talent Assembly3 Band 2,3,43 Track 2,3,4.
JIM FREDERICK MOSELEY - T 8t I DRAFTING 3,43 Aviator
Backers 43 Fine Arts 2,3,43 Prom Committee 43 South Pacific
43 Senior Talent Assembly 43 Orchestra 2,3,43 Band, Sergeant
CYNTHIA MARIE MOSER - B.O.E. 3,43 Aviator Backers
2,3,43 GirI's Chorus 23 Medical Explorer Club 43 Commercial
DEBI M. MURPHY - College Prep3 French Club 23 FTA 23
Hall Hostess 4.
PAUL LOUIS MYER-College Prep3 Swimming 2.
TIMOTHY RICHARD MYERS - College Prep3 Aviator
Backers 2,3,43 Boy's Pep Club 43 FTA 43 Varsity A 43 S.D.l.G.,
Building Inspector 4: Our Town 33 Senior Talent Assembly 43
Football Varsity 2,3,43 Basketball Manager 4.
YOLANDA MARIE NATALE - General3 Aviator Backers 2.
JOE NERVI - College Prep3 Aviator Backers 3,41 Boy's Pep
Club 43 FTA 3,43 Prom Committee3 Senior Talent Assembly3
Track 2,33 Ski Club.
LUCINDA NEWSHUTZ - College Prep3 Aviator Backers 23
Girl's Pep Club 2,3,43 Science Seminar 33 Spanish Club 2,33
Prom Committee 33 Madrigals 33 Acappella Choir 33 Guid-
ance Office 4.
LESLIE JEAN NEWSOM - Generalg Jr. Red Cross 4.
SYLVIA DENISE NICHOLSON - Business.
SANDRA KAY NIXON - College Prep3 Aviator Backers 2,3,43
GirI's Pep Club 2,3,43 Caducean 33 Spanish Club 23 Student
Senate 2,3,4, Sec 43 Varsity A 3,42 Student-Faculty Committee
43 V.P. 33 Prom Committee3 Andreani's Helpers 33 Ski Club
33 Magazine Campaign 23 Cheerleader Reserve 23 Varsity 3,4,
JAMES F. NOBLE-GeneraI3 O.W.E. 3,4.
GARY ALAN NUTIAL - College PTGDQ Aviator Backers 2,3,43
Student Senate 23 Where's Charlie 23 Senior Talent Assembly
43 Madrigals 3,43 Acappella Choir 33 Chorale 43 Band 2,3,4.
JOYCE ANN ORMISTON -- College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 Chronicle Staff 45 Prom
Committee 2,3,45 Baccalaureate Committee, Usherette 25
Commencement Committee, Usherette 25 Senior Talent
Assembly 45 Pigskin Prom Court 45 Chronicle Queen Revue 25
Cheerleader Reserve 3, Varsity 4.
NANCY ANN ORWICK - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 French Club 2,35 FTA 2,45 Prom
Committee 2,3,45 Cap and Gown Committee 45 Baccalaureate
Committee, Usherette 25 Commencement Committee,
Usherette 25 S.D.l.G. Committee 45 Acappella Choir 3,45
Guidance Office 45 Ski Club 3,4.
SAVANNAH OSLEY - General.
JEFFREY JAMES OYSTER - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
45 Boy's Pep Club 45 Latin Club 45 Orchestra 25 Band 2,3,4.
JOCELYN CAROLE PALMER - College Prep5 Aviator
Backers 45 French Club 3,4, Sec 45 FTA 2,3,4, Treas 45
Forensic 2,3,4, Pres 3, Sec 45 Prom Committee5 Senior Chap-
el Committee5 S.D.l.G. 2,3,45 South Pacific 45 Up the Down
Staircase 25 Senior talent Assembly, Co-Chairman5 Band
2,3,4, Majorette 45 Library Aid 2,3,4.
JACKIE LYNN PASCO - D.E.
JOAN E. PETERS - General5 Aviator Backers 25 Girl's Pep
Club 25 Ski Club 3,4.
ROSEMARIE PETI - Vocational, B.O.E. 3,45 Aviator Backers
3,45 Girl's Pep Club 45 Prom Committee5 Band 2,3,45 B.O.E.
Steno I 8i II Clubs 3,4.
DEBRA SUSAN PINNEY - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 Fine Arts 2,3,45 Prom Committee5
Baccalaureate Committee5 Commencement Committee5
South Pacific5 Acappella Choir 35 Chorale 45 Andreani's
Helpers 2,3,45 Ski Club 3,45 AHS Mascot "Spirit" 3,4.
ELDRIDGE G. POINDEXTER -O.W.E.
JAMES M. POPA - Vocational.
DEANNA POPA - Vocational5 Aviator Backers 45 Girl's Pep
Club 45 B.O.E. 3,45 Prom Committee.
GARY ALAN POPA - Drafting5 and I Drafting 3,4.
MICHAEL JAMES POPA - Generalg D.C.T. 4.
MICHAEL JOHN PORTER - General5 Aviator Backers 45 Key
THOMAS B. POTO - T 8 I Machine 3,45 Aviator Backers5
CHARLES E. PUCKETT - O.W.E.
JEFFREY A. PUSATERI - T 8t I Machine 3,4, Pres 3,45 Avia-
tor Backers 25 Key Club 4.
RAY PAUL RABUZZI - T 81 I Machine 3,4.
PAULINE V. RANFT - Business, C.O.E. 45 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,35 Pen and Brush 2.
MICHAEL E. RAY-General5 Unicol County High School 2,3.
DUAINE K. REED- Vocational5 T 8t I Machine 3,4.
JIM ALLEN REESE - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 2,3,45
Latin Club 2,3,45 Ring and Pin Committee.
NORM L. RETTERER - General.
KENNETH GEORGE RHOME - Vocational, T Stl Machine
3,45 Band 2,3,4.
ALBERT CHARLES RICHARDS - General.
LINDA ANN RICHARDS - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 NHS 45 S.D.l.G., Bailiff 4,
Steering, Platform, Secretarial, Orientation Committees 45 Jr.
Red Cross 45 Guidance Office 45 Magazine Campaign Cap-
MARIA CHRISTINE RIEDEL - College Prep5 Aviator
Backers 3,45 Girl's Pep Club 35 Fine Arts 3,45 French Club
2,3,45 Latin Club 2,3,45 NHS 3,45 Pen and Brush 45 Prom
Committee5 Cap and Gown Committee5 South Pacific 45 Se-
nior Talent Assembly 45 Madrigals 3,45 Acappella Choir 3,4.
JANET MAY RINGLER - Business5 D.E.C.A. 4, Reporter 45
First Aid Room 45 Hall Hostess 3.
JOYCE KAY RINGLER - Business, D.C.T. 4.
SANDY RITCHIE - B.O.E.
TERRY LYNN ROACH - Vocational, C.O.E. 45 Guidance
RONALD JOHN ROBERTS - College Prep5 St. Thomas
Aquinas, Alliance, Ohio 2, AHS 3,45 Aviator Backers 35 Quill
and Scroll 45 Red and Blue 45 Senior Chapel Committee, Co-
Chairmang SDIG 4.
BONNIE LEA ROLLER - College Prep, Business5 Aviator
Backers 2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,35 FTA 25 Prom Committee.
DANNY ROSE - Vocational, T 81 I Machine 3,4.
RUTH RAE ROSENBERRY - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
25 Fine Arts 2,3,4, Sec 45 NHS 45 Student Senate 25 Prom
Committee5 South Pacific 45 Band 2,3,4.
BEVERLY JUNE ROUSH - Vocational5 Aviator Backers 25
MARY RUTH ROWE - B.O.E. 3,4, Treas5 Aviator Backers 4.
ROSALIND ANN ROYSTER - B.O.E. 2,3, Treas5 Aviator
Backers 2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 3,45 Prom Committee5
Invitation 8i Name Card Committee5 Baccalaureate
Committee, Usher5 Senior Talent AssembIy5 Library Aid.
PATRICIA ANN RUBRIGHT - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 Chronicle Staff 4, Business Man-
ager 45 Fine Arts 2,3,45 French Club 2,3,4, Pres 45 NHS 3,4,
Treas 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Science Seminar 3,4, Sec 45 SPC
4, S.D.l.G., Supt. of Water and Sewers, Senior Talent
Assembly 4, Girl's State 3, Usher 3,4.
DEBORAH LYNN RUFF - Vocational, B.O.E. 3,4, Aviator
Backers 2,3,4, Girl's Pep Club 2,3,4.
JEFFREY WILLIAM RUGGLES - College Prep, Senior Tal-
ent Assembly 4, Band 2,3,4.
DEBRA KAY RUSH - Vocational, D.E.C.A., Aviator Backers
2,3, Girl's Pep Club 2,3,4.
RHONDA KAY RUTH - College Prep, Aviator Backers 2,3,4,
Girl's Pep Club 2,3,4, V.P., French Club 2,3, FTA 2,3, Prom
Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Commencement
Committee, Guidance Office 2, Andreani's Helpers 4, Bacca-
laureate 8t Commencement Usher 3.
SCOTT FRANCIS SALLYARDS - General, St. Thomas
Aquinas 2, Aviator Backers 4, Varsity A 3, Swimming Varsity
HARRY EUGENE SARCHIONE JR. - O.W.E., West Branch
High School 2,3, AHS 4.
AMOS ISIAH SATCHELL- General.
GEORGE DREW SAUS - Vocational, D.E.C.A. 4, Pres 4, Avi-
ator Backers 4.
MICHAEL SHAWN SCHAFER - College Prep, Aviator
Backers 4, Boy's Pep Club 2,3,4, Blue Dom 2, FTA 2,3,4, Bac-
calaureate Committee, Chairman, Commencement
Committee, Chairman, SDIG, Platform Committee, Chairman
2,3,4, Senior Talent Assembly 4, Acappella Choir 3,4, Library
NANCY ELLEN SCHAPER - College Prep, Aviator Backers
2,3,4, Treas 4, Girl's Pep Club 2,3,4, Fine Arts 2,3,4, NHS 3,4,
Forensic 2,3, Treas 2,3, Student Senate 3, Varsity A 4, Class
Sec 2,3,4, Prom Committee, Ring and Pin Committee, Cap
and Gown Committee, S.D.I.G. 2,3,4, 3rd Ward Councilman 3,
Solicitor 4, Where's Charlie, Orchestra 2,3,4, Sec 3, V.P. 4,
Girl's State, Chemistry Lab Asst 4, Cheerleader J.V. 3, J.V. 4,
Captain, Varsity 4, Red Cross 3,4, Sec 3, Pres 4, Individual
Speech Events 3,4, AAYC Treas, Tutoring 3, Concession 2,
Magazine Campaign 2,3,4, Slave Day 2.
SHERRY SCHELL- D.E.
JUDY ANN SCHNEIDER - College Prep, Aviator Backers
2,3,4, Girl's Pep Club 2,3,4, Sec, Treas 4, Chronicle Staff 4,
French Club 2, FTA 3, Pen and Brush 2, Red and Blue 4,
Student Senate 2, Prom Committee, Girl's State Alt 3.
ROBERT SCHNEIDER - College Prep, Blue Dom 2,3,4,
Chronicle Staff 4, French Club 2,3, Thespians 2,3,4, Red and
Blue 3, Photo Club 4, Co-Founder, You Can't Take It With
You 4, South Pacific 4, Where's Charlie 2, Our Town 3, Up
the Down Staircase 3, Senior Talent Assembly 2,3,4, Pho-
tography Staff 4, Stage Crew 2,3,4, Language Lab Asst. 2,
P.A. Engineer 2,3, P.A. Announcer 2.
NANCY KAY SCHULLER - College Prep, Aviator Backers
3,4, Girl's Pep Club 4, Ski Club 4, FTA 4, Prom Committee,
Baccalaureate Commencement Usher, Decoration
Committee for Spirit Week, Sec, JA.
SUSAN M, SCOTT - General.
PAMELA JEAN SETTLE - Business, C.O.E. 4, Girl's Pep
TIMOTHY JON SHELLENBERGER -T 8t I machine 3,4.
BECKY FRANCES SHERWOOD - General, Spanish Club 2,
Prom Committee, Band 2,3,4, Treas 4, First Aid Room 4,
Library Aid 2, Scorekeeper for Swim Meets.
LUANN MARIE SHUSTER -- College Prep., Aviator Backers
3,4, Girl's Pep Club 3, French Club 2,4, NHS 3,4, Sec 4, Quill
and Scroll 3,4, Red and Blue 3,4, Prom Committee Chairman
3,4, S.D.I.G. Clerk of court 4, Up the Down Staircase 2,
Acappella Choir 3, Chorale 4, Band 2,3,4, Andreani's Helpers
2,3,4, Ski Club 4, Tutoring 2,3.
BRENDA K. SIMMONS - General, Aviator Backers 4.
LINDA CAROL SIMMONS - College Prep., Aviator Backers
2,3, Girl's Pep Club 2,3, Acappella Choir 3,4, Sophomore
Girl's Chorus 2.
CAROLEE SIMONS - Distributive Education, Aviator
Backers 2,4, Girls' Pep Club 4, D.E.C.A. 4.
LEARLINE DIANE SIMS - General, Aviator Backers 2,3,4,
F.T.A. 2,3,4, Red and Blue 3, Reporter, Baccalaureate Usher
3, S.D.l.G. 3, Councilman at large, Senior Talent Assembly 3,
Acappella Choir 4, Girl's Choir 2,3, Chronicle Queen Revue
BRENDA JO SKILLERN - College Prep, Aviator Backers
2,3,4, Caducean 3, French Club 2,3, Treas 3, Cap and Gown
Committee, Invitations 8 Name Card Committee, Baccalau-
reate Committee, Commencement Committee, Senior Talent
Assembly, Acappella Choir 4, Band 2,3,4, Chronicle Queen
Revue 3, Girl's Chorus 3.
DAVID JAMES SMARR - College Prep., Chess Club 4.
DIANE LUCILE SMITH - College Prep., Aviator Backers 3,4,
Girl's Pep Club 4, French Club 2,4, F.T.A. 2,4, N.H.S. 4, Prom
Committee Chairman 3, You Can't Take lt With You, Usher 4,
Band 2,3,4, Junior Red Cross Rep. Treas 3, Christmas Con-
cert Usher 4.
JEFFERY L. SMITH - College Prep, Senior Talent Assembly
4, Band 2,3,4.
STEPHANIE ALEXIS SMITH - General, Acappella Choir 3,4,
Chronicle Revue 2,3, Library Aide 4.
MILTON A. SNODGRASS - College Prep., Aviator Backers
2,3, French Club 2, Ring and Pin Committee, Football
Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4, Track 2,3,4, Wrestling 2,3,4.
SHARON L. SNOWDEN - D.E.
GAYLE LYNETTE SNYDER - College Prep, Aviator Backers
2,3,4, Girl's Pep Club 2,3,4, Chronicle Staff 4, French Club 2,
F.T.A. 25 Prom Committee 2,3,45 Cap and Gown Committee 45
Acappella 3,45 Photography Staff 3,45 Andreani's Helpers 3.
RON SNYDER - Vocational.
CHARLES DAVID SOULES - Vocational5 DCT 4.
CYNTHIA ANN SPECHT - Business5 Aviator Backers 45
Girl's Pep Club 45 COE Secretary 45 Chorus 2.
EDITH DAWN STAHLER - College Prep.
GRACE E. STAMM - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 2,3,45
Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 Prom Committee 25 Chorus 25
Acappella 3,45 First Aid Room 3.
SHARON ELAINE STANCATO - College Prep5 Aviator
Backers 2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 Prom Committee 2,3,45
JOHN ROBERT STANLEY - Vocational5 Aviator Backers 25
Student Senate 25 Chorale 2.
KENNETH ALAN STANLEY - College Prep5 Basketball
Reserve 2, Varsity 4.
TIMOTHY ARDEN STARKS - GeneraI5 Aviator Backers 2,35
Reserve Football 25 Track 2.
ELJOREE STARGEN - General.
REBECCA LYBB STAUFFENGER - College Prep, Business5
Aviator Backers 2,35 GirI's Pep Club 25 DECA 4.
TED G. STEEDE - College Prep5 Chronicle Staff 45 Pen and
Brush 2,3,4, Vice Pres. 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Red and Blue
3,45 Photography Staff 45 Language Lab Asst. 2.
DEAN L. STEVENS - Vocational.
CORA LEIGH STEVENSON - College Prep5 Pen and Brush
45 Scenery Painter South Pacific5 Where's Charlie 8t Our
Town Posters5 Library Aid 2,3.
BARBARA WELCH STOCKERT - College Prep5 Aviator
Backers 2,35 French Club 25 SDIG 25 Where's Charlie 25 Band
2,35 Ski Club 2,3.
SEAN PADRAIC STOCKERT - College Prep 2,3, Vocational
45 DCT President 45 Band 2,3.
DEBORAH JO STONE - General.
SANDRA SUE STRONG - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 Caducean 25 FTA 25 Prom
Committee5 Cap and Gown Committee5 SDIG5 Band 2,3,4,
Majorette 3, Head Majorette 4.
DIANE KAY SUCACIU - College Prep5 French Club 2.
KATHY ANN SUKOSD - College Prep, Business5 Aviator
Backers 2,35 Girl's Pep Club 25 French Club 25 Prom
Committee5 Senior Chapel Committee5 Commencement
Committee5 Senior Talent AssembIy5 Orchestra5 Red Cross.
DIANE ELISE TATE - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 45
GirI's Pep Club 45 Fine Arts 3,4, Treas 45 Prom Committee,
Co-Chairman5 South Pacific 45 Band 2,3,4, Sec 45 Band Li-
brarian 45 Ski Club 2,3,4, Sec 35 Commencement, Hostess 25
Scorekeeper for Swim Meets 4.
MARC D. TATSCH - Vocational5 T 8 I Drafting 3,45
CAROL ANN TAYLOR - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 GirI's Pep Club 2,3,45 C.O.E. 4, V.P. 4.
DANA LYNN TAYLOR - Vocational T 8 I Machine 3,4.
THOMAS WARD TEAL - College Prep.
SHIRLEY ANN TEIS - General.
ROBERTA THIGPEN - General.
PAUL HOWARD THOMPSON - Vocational5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 T 81 I Drafting 3,45 Varsity A 25 South Pacific 45 Band
2,3,45 Swimming Varsity 3.
RONALD RAY THORN - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Boy's Pep Club 45 Key Club 45 Varsity A 3,45 Band 25
Football Reserve 35 Track 2,35 Wrestling 2,3,4.
JAMES EDWARD THORPE - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,45 Blue Dom 45 Fine Arts 2,3,45 FTA 25 Thespians 45
Forensic 45 S.D.I.G., Safety Service 45 You Can't Take It With
You 45 South Pacific 45 Where's Charlie 25 Orchestra 25 Band
2,3,45 Library Aid 2.
TIMOTHY PAUL TRAINER - College Prep5 Seaside High,
Seaside Calif. 2, Fort Knox, Ky. 2,3, Marion, Ohio 3, AHS 3,45
Baccalaureate Committee, Co-Chairman.
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ADAM R. TRANSUE - College Prep.
CLARA B. TRIPLETT- General.
RANDALL PAUL TRUMP -- College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Ski Club 3, V.P. 35 Prom Committee5 Wrestling 25 Golf
TONI SUZANNE TRUXELL - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
JOSEPH DAVID TUCKER - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2.3.4. V.P. 45 French Club 25 Key Club 45 NHS 45 Student
Senate 2,45 Varsity A 45 Student-Faculty Committee 25 Prom
Committee5 SDIG. Income Tax Commissioner 45 Football
Varsity 45 Basketball Reserve 2. Varsity 45 Baseball 3,45 Golf
25 Pigskin Prom Escort.
TOM B. TWYMAN - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 3.45
Boy's Pep Club 3.45 Key Club 45 Varsity A 45 Wrestling 25
Football Manager, Varsity 3.
ALISON KAY VIEG - College Prep, Businessg Aviator
Backers 2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 25 FTA 25 Senior Talent
Assembly 45 Acappella Choir 45 Andreanni's Helpers 35 Ski
GREGORY D. VISI - O.W.E.
DAVE DEAN VOCILA - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 2,3,45
Boy's Pep Club 2.3.45 Key Club 45 Prom Committee5 Senior
Talent Assembly5 Football 2,45 Basketball Manager, Varsity 25
Football Manager, Varsity 3.
BOB VORRES- College Prep.
VIRGIL VULCU - D.C.T. 45 Red and Blue 3,45 Key Club 3.4.
PHILIP GREGORY WAGNITZ - College Prep5 St. Thomas
Aquinas 2,35 AHS 4.
GARY A. WAINUSKIS - O.W.E. Program.
DOUGLAS WAIT -- D.C.T.
KIMBERLY WALKUP - D.E.
LEONARD FLOYD WARD - VoCational5 O.W.E. 4.
SANDRA KAY WASSON - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 Student Senate 25 Student-
Faculty Committee 25 Senior Talent Assembly 45 Madrigals
3,45 Acappella Choir 3.4.
CHARLOTTE MARIE WEATHERSPOON - College Prep5 Avi-
ator Backers 2,3.45 Blue Dom 45 Caducean 35 French Club
2,3,45 NHS 45 Forensic 45 Prom Committee5 Invitations 8.
Name Card Committee. Chairman5 You Can't Take It With
You 45 Our Town 35 Senior Talent Assembly 45 Band 2.3.4.
JAYNE LUCILLE WEAVER - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,35 Pen and Brush 45 Prom Committee5 Orchestra 2,35 Art
RANDY H. WEAVER - VocationaI5 D.E.C.A. 45 JA 2.3.4,
Production Manager 3, Sales Manager 4.
EHCO-IPAAS EDWARD WEHNER - College Prep, Vocational,
. . .4.
JOHN E. WEITZEL - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 2.35
Fine Arts 2,3,45 Orchestra 25 Band 2,3,45 Boy's State Alt. 3.
LARRY LEE WHEELER - T 81 l Drafting 3,45 Band 2.3.4.
MARK ALLEN WHITAKER - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Boy's Pep Club 3.45 French Club 2,35 Key Club 2.3.45
Committee Chairman 45 Red and Blue 45 Varsity A 3.45 Prom
Committee5 Cap and Gown Committee5 SDIG 4, Treas 45
Basketball Reserve 2, Varsity 35 Golf 2.3.
CHUCK L. WHITE - O.W.E.. Track.
With a little help from his friends. Bill Anderson bounced
back from appendicitis.
DIANA DENISE WHITE - Vocational, B.O.E. 35 Aviator
Backers 2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 C.O.E. 45 Girl's Chorus
25 Mixed Chorus 3.
LINNETTE ANN WILFORM - VocationaI5 FTA 3.45 Latin Club
2.3.45 B.O.E. 3.45 Cap and Gown Committee, Invitations 8t
Name Card Committee5 Band 2,3,45 Library Aid 3.4.
DODIE WILLIAMS- Businessg Aviator Backers 2,3,45 C.O.E.
45 B.O.E. 3. Sec 35 Prom Committee 3.
GARY THOMAS WILLIAMS - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,45 Boy's Pep Club 45 Blue Dom 45 Key Club 2,3,45 Thespians
45 You Can't Take It With You 45 South Pacific 45 Our Town 35
Audio-Visual Aids Staff 2.35 Junior Red Cross 4.
KAREN EVONNE WILLIAMS - College Prep5 Aviator
Backers 2,3,45 Girl's Pep Club 2.3.45 Latin Club 2,3,45
Science Seminar 35 Prom Committee 2,3,45 Cap and Gown
Committee 45 S.D.l.G.. Probation Officer, Steering Committee
45 Acappella Choir 3.45 First Aid Room 45 Hall Hostess 35
Girls' Chorus 2.
KATIE WINNER - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 2.3.45
Girl's Pep Club 3.45 Student Senate 25 Prom Committee5 Cap
and Gown Committee5 S.D.l.G., 6th Ward Councilman 45
Acappella Choir 3,45 Band 2,3,45 Band 2,3,45 Girl's State, del-
egate 35 Chronicle Queen Revue 2.3, Court 35 Band Librarian
45 Prom Committee 35 Orchestra Concert Hostess 2.
LESLIE JO WONNER - College Prep5 Aviator Backers 2,3,45
Girl's Pep Club 2,3,45 Red and Blue 45 Prom Committee5 Cap
and Gown Committee5 First Aid Room 4.
CHARLENE ICELDA WRIGHT - B.O.E. 3,45 Aviator Backers
25 Cap and Gown Committee5 Baccalaureate Committee5
Library Aid5 B.O.E. Executive Council.
DONALD RAY WRIGHT -- College Prep5 Aviator Backers
2,3,45 Boy's Pep Club 45 Key Club 2,3,45 Science Seminar 3.45
Prom Committee5 Cap and Gown Committee5 Senior Talent
Assembly5 Football Reserve 2, Varsity 35 Track 2,45 Wrestling
JEFFREY ALAN YOUNG - General5 Track 3.
LEISA DELMARA YOUNG - College Prep5 Aviator Backers
3,45 French Club 35 Quill and Scroll 3.45 Red and Blue 3.4,
Editor 4, Jr. Editor 35 SPC 45 Student Senate 2. Alternate 25
Photo Club 45 Prom Committee 35 Ring and Pin Committee5
Senior Chapel Committee. Chairman 45 Senior Talent
Assembly 45 Band 2.3.4, Majorette 3,45 Chronicle Queen
Revue 35 Library Aid 35 Slave Day, Chairman 2.
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Finest Food Served in the
Friendliest Manner at its
Location on Park Street
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Quality Kitchens and Baths
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26 E. Washington
Men's and Young Men's
Fine Selection of
Shirts and Flairs
Corner of Arch and Main
You Are Invited of
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ALLIANCE AUTO CLUB
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SAVINGS AND LOAN
100 S. Arch Avenue
Home Loans-Insured Savings
Plajer and Cross
Our Sincere thanks to the Class of '72' for its patronage
this year. Class of '73' be sure to make your senior
portrait appointment early for next year. Our Studio is
air-conditioned for your comfort.
Fine jewelry. Watches . Diamonds
259 East Main Street
to the Class of "72"
2100 South Fiockhill
"Pleasing You Pleases Me"
Compliments of HAYES SOHIO SERVICE
Where you get good
CQ. Service - by George, Larry and Chuck
234 South Arch
Prospect and Seneca
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' FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES Quaiity - Variety - Service - Low Prices
' VENDWG MACHWE5 Super Discount Center at 1840 S. Union
Persky's 13651 W. State
Food College Plaza
137 South Arch
214 City Savings Building
MANUFACTURING CCMPANY, INC
Subsidiary of Consolidated Electronic Industries
Where tender things
are always happening
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"Where the Flyers eat"
Alliance Automobile Dealers - ChamberofCommerce
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Henschen Motor Co. Lavery Chevrolet
Cadillac - Oldsmobile 906 S. Union Chevrolet - Camaro 1096 W. State St
Kirksinger Volkswagon Crvvig Motors
Volkswagon 13800 State St. Pontiac - Fiat 75 Glamorgan
Robert Terry Ford Thompson Motors
Ford -- Cortina 309 Hester Lincoln - Mercury 181 N. Arch
Alliance Ware Division
COMPACT KITCHEN UNITS
Alliance' Ohio BUILT-IN OR FREE STANDING GAS OR ELECTRIC
FLAT RIlVl PORCELAIN
ENAIvIELEo FORNIED STEEL
IN CLEANIINC VITREOUS MODELS FOR COUNTER EYE-PLEASING STYLES
COLORS INSTALLATION IN SPACE-SAVING SIZES
Your Class Ring Representative
P.O. Box 3556
Akron, Ohio 44310
Herff jones Company
Creative Excellence in Class Rings
Diamonds - Watches - Silverware
American Gem Society
Our 52nd Year
. 248 East Main St.
Full Service Capability in . ..
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people Roper-Sylvania .V.
115 East State
Best Wishes to the
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A Salute To Our Advertisers
We recognize and wish to "Thank" the loyal industries
and businesses in the Alliance community, who by their
advertising have supported us in making this book. We
solicit for them your patronage as the best way of saying
"Thank You" to them.
Mr. and Mrs
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Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Eugene L. Haidet Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Melzer
Sharon Huffman Mrs. Helen Johns
Donald W. Schaper Mr. and Mrs. David E. Cowan, Jr.
Milton M. Rubright Mr. and Mrs. Dennis C. Quinlan
Edward C. Winner Mrs. Donald B. Moncrief
Mr. and Mrs Carl D. Orwick Dr. and Mrs. William D. Baker
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Berger Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Henschen
Sunlight Diner Violet Ray Cleaners
Farewell to an Era
Originally standing on the East Broadway site in the 1800's was the Alliance College
purchased by the school system in1887to serve as the first AHS facility. 'Y
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East Broadway high school
Greatness in the fulfillment
that its 62 years gave many
young lives and dignity in the
quality education it continued
to serve Alliance even to the
For many of us, AHS now
means new challenge and
glittering opportunity in a new
building. But for most, memo-
ries will fill us with murmuring
sentiments as we recall our
A new era began in 1910 when the main building was erected
to provide better educational facilities. Wings were added in
ears with "old AHS".
1921 to boost classroom space for
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