Amherst Steele High School - Amherstonian Yearbook (Amherst, OH)
- Class of 1965
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MARION L. STEELE
Mr. Donald H k
In our school there isn,t a day,
That our hands arenjt used some way.
The seniors use their hands to pass,
Hoping to reach the top of their class.
The faculty use their hands to teach,
The students' minds they hope to reach.
Underclassmen use their hands to learng
High honors, they try hard to earn.
Activities are important in our school,
Onee again hands are the most useful tool
In sports our hands help again,
To make it possible for us to win.
Table of Contents
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They Guide the School:
Russell Dodson, Dr. Roy Scheaffer CPresidentl
Hubert Marty, Howard Shumaker, Ralph Zilch
W. A. SMITH
A.B., M.Eol., Ohio Universityg Western
Reserve Universityg Ohio State University
With the Golden Rule
N. A. Smith CSupe-rinfendentl G y P
GRAYCE G. PURCELL
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Principal JUDI RESCH, secretary
Let's see nowg clad he say two dollars
ROBERT INGRAHAM TWGUTY dollars?"
"I see we have another distraught
ELS., MA., Bowling Green State
Universityg Toledo University
Dean of Girls
"Can I help you with something, girls?"
AB., Baldwin-Wallace, M.A., Western
EVELYN I-IANLON, recorder
"Now it I had an electric typewriter like
Mrs. Resch . .
Who Lead MLS.
Dean of Boys
"Now how can I connect this lesson with
BA., Heidelberg College, NLS., Wisconsin
University, Kent State University
"It takes courage to be a teacher,"
A.B., Heidelberg College
"WeII, I clon't think it was a bit
B.S., Bowling Green State University,
"Well, I see those kids in the bar
ot the room are at it again."
A.B., Flora Stone Mather Colleg
M.A., Western Reserve University
"Who sneakecl that article in?"
B.S., Western Virginia University
In the beginning God created . . .'
A.B. Oberlin College
"I may as well read the Encyclopedii
A.B., M.A., Oberlin College, Wester!
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'Will you look at that clod
LS., Otterbein College
MS., Kent State University
Yes, as a matter of tact, I dicl have
pet snake over there."
.A., University of Denver, M.A.,
Our tortillas are really quite goool,
.A., Cornell University, M.A., Oberlin
"Oh, vous savez."
A.B., Flora Stone Mather College,
Western Reserve University, M.A.,
Western Reserve University,
University ot Michigan, University of
"Don't worry, Caesar gets better as
we go along."
A.B., Bluffton College
"So you didn't learn your
B.S., Kent State
University ot Delaware
"Mr. Tousley, are you
Western Reserve, Ohio
JOHN BAUIVIANN GEORGE SINIONOVICH
"Should I lump?" "Now, boys, Iet's start with th
B.S., Ohio State University IU"IOI5menIaIS-H
"And one boy oIidn't even know who
was buried in Grant's tomb!"
B.S., Bowling Green State University
e "Are we really scheduled to play
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Math and Science
"No, this isn't a secret
B.S., Defiance College,
'I think some ot you may be
disappointed with your grades."
XB., Oberlin College, University of
"Do you really think I resemble
A.B., Ohio Wesleyan, Ashland,
M.A., Western Reserve University,
Ohio State University, Case
Institute ot Technology, University
University ot Cincinnati,
Kent State University,
Bowling Green State
"Study halls wouIdn't be
so bad if it vveren't for
A.B., Heidelberg College,
Kent State University,
Toledo University, Ohio
"Do I look like I'rn afraid ot frogs?"
B.S., West Virginia University
"And what is that supposed to be?'
B.S., Kent State Universityg Nl.A.
Kent State University
"Where did you learn to draw?"
B.A., Wooster College, Clevelanc
School of Art, Baldwin-Wallace Col
lege, Western Reserve University
ALLEN AMZER A115
"Now count your fingers."
B.S., Kent State Universityg
Diploma in Elementary Education,
Kent State University
RUSSELL PETERSEN JAMES WILSON RUTH MORGAN l
"We-'ll begin as soon as the bass "l think my choir is good, too." ','Yes, I taught them how to boil
IOIGYGVS are "eaClY-H B.S., Bowling Green State University Walef-H
B.Sch.lVl., Baldwin-Wallace Collegep B.S., Cornell Universityg Baldwin-
M.A., Western Reserve University Wallace Cgllege
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"Not all bosses act like that."
B.S., Ohio State Universityg Lake
"That was a funny ioke!"
B.S., Ohio Universityg lVl.S., Kent
NORMA MO RTE R
"Where did you find that Word
in the book?"
B.S., University ot Akrong
University of Tulsag Ohio State
E. VALERlE JENKINS
"Oh, so they're repossessing our books."
AB., Baldwin-Wallace Collegeg Western Reserve
Universityg State University ot lovvag Ohio'State
Universityg M.A., Kent State University
"Well, I loroke another tingernailf'
B.S., Bowling Green State University
"Five cans of deodorant, twelve
bars of soap ,... "
A.B., Ohio Wesleyan Universityg
MS., Indiana Universityg Ohio
T MARIANNE REICHERT
' "No, you aren't disturbing classy
it's a timeout."
BA., Baldwin-Wallace College,
Kent State University
"How would you like to cook for five
Beulah Reinhart, Myrtle Battenhouse, and
The Broom Brigade at Rest
Al Schuller, Eleanor Tumage, Frank Shiltz,
and Howard Messerole
And ajier this we 're on our way.
Our memories and friends are all so dearg
That day so far away is here.
m I7 I8 fr'
Oar hands have prepared as for Graduation day,
CATHLEEN RUTH BARTISH
Well, you see, I iust love to knit,
and . . ."
JUDITH ANN BARTLOME
'Next time I'll read my literature
KAREN SUE BARTLOME
'O.K. Mrs. Jenkins, vvl'1at's wrong
with that bulletin board?"
ALFRED E. BAXTER, JR.
'What piercing noise, Mr. Mizer?'
STEVEN PAUL ARNOCZKY
"Maybe smoking will stunt my
ROGER JAMES ASCHENBACH
'I'm fleet on my feet, but faster
on my nose."
MARTHA EMILIE EACH
'O.K., I'll write it up next period
PATRICIA ANN BAIR
"I may be tall, but..
JAMES ALAN BAXTER
"BuT Mrs. Jenkins, how could
you Take my card away for
VALLOYD BRUCE BECKER
I do noT shooT every Time I get The
MARY KATHERINE BEESING
"Are you regisTered?"
BARBARA ANN BERNER
"Why Thank youg I made iT be-
WILLIAM TERRY BODEN
"Gosh, hunTing season opens
only once a year."
NICOLA M. BOGOJEVICH, JR.
IT's pronounced Bo-go-Way-vichl
TIMOTHY D. BOI-IANON
'Thank Heaven for IiTTIe girIs."
RONALD IRA BORMAN
"I'm Tired of being a good
'Hey coach,-can I riole wiTh you
CORINNE V. BRANDT
Only my hairdresser knows for
DONNIS ELAINE COGAR
.IUDITH ANN COLLINS
SHARON L. BRUCE
"You know, you oughTa' go camp-
"I plan To be The worlcl's greaTesT
equestrian Chorserider, sTupicIJ."
SUSAN LEE CHERRY
"A funny Thing happened To me
on my way To The orchard!"
"WelI, whaT's wrong vviTh my
PATRICIA ANN CONRY
"Can you Take my place aT The
ROBERT LEWIS COOK
"My John Deere has a four on The
JOSEPH C. DANICKI
"One more straight nail and I'II
MARY KAREN DAVISSON
"Have you seen rny blue Ford?"
BEVERLY ANN DAVIDSON
"I will now play the first five
chords of Intermezzo."
JOYCE ANN DEIDRICK
Sorry, lout I prefer horses to
JOANNE ELLEN DEINER
"Knit one, purl one, . . ."
"Someday I'll get all the true-anol-
CARMELIA CONNIE CRISS
"When is the next train to West
t more busy-work!"
JEAN ANN DOLYK
"Well, they're my notes and I
can read them."
TIMOTHY SCOTT DONNELI.
"Casanova has nothing on
JANE LOUISE DONNELLY
"Drop in any time Cmy pool,
CAROL ANN DeMARCO
But vvhy do I have to be
JOYCE ANN DERRICK
"I can always beg for a
CHERYL ANN DODSON
Well l'll tell you why I ha
DENNIS ALLEN DRAPER
"The girls are better lookin
in Amherst than in Welling
MARY LINDA DUDUSH
"I'm an admirer of Rem-
JAMES JOSEPH EDWARD,
"Next year I'm giving outl
BARBARA JEAN EHMAN
"Come over The fence and
gem' your own Tennis ball."
KAY ARLENE EMMERICH
I'll call you."
ROBERT MYERS EVANS
Don"r bleed, Misrer, I have
To clean This ambulance!"
I CATHERINE ELIZABETH
"I lust didn'T feel like doing
MICHAEL JOHN FUHRMAN
"Well, Mrs. Brown, iT's not
that I can'f do my home-
work . .
TERRENCE LEE GALUSHA
"I agree with everything
Don'T call me, Mr. Garland,
ALBA MARITZA FIGUEROA
"What do you mean 'a Brook
JIMMY L. FORD
"Yes, rny,faIher's narne is
BRENDA KAYE FRANKLIN
"Who speaks French with a
DIANE RAE GAMBISH
"Meet me at Doc's"
MARIE ANN GARGASZ
"Who, me? Senior attendant?"
TIMOTHY PARK GARN
What do you mean, I'm corrupt-
ing this class?"
GERALD C. GATTEN
"No, I dicIn't break it playing
DIANE MARIE GELSANLITER
"Has the fleet come in yet?"
THOMAS RUSSELL GIASOMO
What do you mean, I'm wrong?
That hasn't happened for two
years and twenty-seven days."
PATRICIA ANN GILLENWATER
"If she makes us do one more
push-up, I'II collapse."
"Just because l'm here doesn't
mean I enjoy it."
TIMOTHY ALLEN GROCOTT
Honest, tI'1at's all muscle Cexcept
for my stomachjf'
LINDA ANN GROOT
"Wedding bells will soon ring
REBECCA ANN GROTH
"But Mrs. Brown, l'm not that
LINDA RAE GRUNDY
'I'm not always out of step, Mr.
RITA LOUISE GOODWIN
'Another trick like that and it's
O-Soto-Ga ri Ilf'
PATRICK J. GRASSO
"But Napoleon was a little man,
LINDA KAY GRESSLER
"WeII, it's not the age that
GEOFFREY LLOYD GROB
'The next person who calls me
Goob Gob' is going to get it!I"
TERRY DALE HALL
"You guys better vote for you-
PAMELA JEAN HARLAN
Hey, it all depends on what your
conception of short is!"
HEATHER LEE HENDERSON
"Not all redheads are wild."
ALLEN LEE HERSHBERGER
interrupt my sleep."
RICHARD JOHN HARMYCH
A test! What class? What
VIRGINIA MARIE HARVEY
But Mr. Tousley, Im not
I dont mind school, but the bells
DENNIS LEE HILL
"Let's not make a mountain out
SHARON KAY HILLYARD
That's the last time I study for
a health test."
RICHARD PAUL HORN
"Show me where Barry said
DOUGLAS LEE HUFFMAN
Well, The backboards don'T look
that dirTy To me."
"Hey Charlie, IeT's wear our
KENNETH GREGORY HOLLEY
"Who said I couldn'T play fool-
JUDITH DIANNE HOFFMAN
"BUT Mr. Hudak, l'm iusl sifting
MICHAEL PATRICK HOHLA
"Gosh, Dad, whaT's wrong with
ALBERT VIRGIL HOOK
matching shirls Today."
CHARLES JOSEPH HOOK
"Hey AI, forgel itll"
PAMELA HELAINE HOMER
"I'm not out of line, Mr. Jaiack,
iT's The resT of The band."
LYNDA MARLEEN JOYCE
Sorry, I'm going To NorThvvesTern
JOSEPH JOHN KAPUCINSKI
"Some call IT mischief, I caII iT
KATALIN AN N KASSU
"I skeTch vviTh ease whaTever you
GERALD RENE KELLEY
BUT maybe They don'T wanT me
for president of French club."
PATRICE ANN HUSON
"Don'T look so happyp I iusT moved
DONALD WILLIAM JAMES
"I'd raTher be righT Than Presi-
ANYCE LAVERNE JOHNSON
"Oh no, Mrs. ReicherT, noT
JOHN DANIEL JOHNSON
"Oh, hovv I haTe To geT up in
KELLY GENE KING
"Well, the Browns and the Forty-
niners are my biggest offers."
JOHN JOSEPH KIRCHGESSNER
"But I wasn't in this English class
LEE ANN LORAINE KLEKOTA
"I accept the nomination."
ROBERT J. KOBA
"Don't you dare take the bottom
KEITH JOSEPH KOCSIS
"For queen, I nominate . .
IVIARJORIE S. KOSAKOWSKI
"After teaching at Powers, I've
decided it's safer to be a sky-
SHARYN N LEE KOSSOW
"If the announcements weren't
so loud I could finish my home-
MICHAEL E. KOVACH
'You meet the nicest people on a
ROBERTA E. KRAUSE
No, Mom, you can't have the car
ROBERT R. KREEGER
"The pin boy cloesn't like me."
LESLEY .IO LAVISH
a second look."
"Who sleeps in government
"I olon't believe in love at first
sight, but I do believe in taking
RAYMOND J. KROLL
JAMES F. LAYNE
like this . . ."
"How many more days are there
NADA ROSE LANTZ
Mr. Lyle, say you had a situation
WENDELL R. LAYNE
"Step on my cast ancl I'll belt you
BARBARA JEANNE LESLIE
"Hey! You don't have a complete
LINDA MARIE LOEWER
"I'm really just resting my eyes
LAWRENCE JOHN LONG
"WeII, that's a demerit for you.
SUSAN JEAN LOUTZENHISER
Mrs. Smith, there s more than
"Not everything's big in Texas."
one rotten apple in this barreI."
DRA ANN MARR
THOMAS LEE MAINES
"What! Me worry?"
CHRISTOPHER H. MARTY
"But why am I lucky to have Mr.
BONNIE LEE MCCARTNEY
"I go for Ivy Leagersf'
HARRIET ANN MCKOWN
If it weren't for me, TED'S would
go out of business."
Well, we can see daylight
SHEILA DIANE MILLER
"What do you mean, you
didn't know I was gone?"
THOMAS W. MILLER
"I'm a sidewalk surfin'
DENNIS B. MOSKAL
"I worship my great big
DAVID S. MOYER
Sports and girls don't mix."
DAVID EDWARD MULICA
"I'm a little man with big
DIANE LYNN MISCHKA
"Mrs. Mortor, my name is
It's a riot to play London on
"I traded my class ring for
a wedding band."
CHARLES EDWARD NOTT
'So what if my only interest
CHARLOTTE KAY ODOR
"My friends call me the
'Gypsy Woman' "
CHERYL FRANCINE PAPP
"Guess Why my favorite
colors are blue and gold."
JAMES PAUL NARO
"When I hit someone, he
LINDA LEE NICHOLS
"Why can't my horse have
a parking space?"
SUEZANN JEAN NISKEY
"There is nothing l hate
more than psychology
SETH HOWARD PATTON
"Does anyone know of a sit-
CAROLE JEAN PERRITT
"Going steady is my main
JUDITH LYNN PIKEY
"l spend my time writing
letters to South Carolina."
JOYCE ANN PLATO
"I left my what in The locker
KAREN LOU POLICZ
I do noi drive a palrol car!"
JAMES MOORE POYAK
No, I don'T need help carrying
SHARON M. PRICE
"I have stock in Max FacTor."
SUSAN MARIE PRICE
"WhaT do you mean, you didn'T
get your water?"
CATI-IY ANNE PULLIN
"lf anyone is inferesled, my
Telephone number is . .
JAMES E. PULLIN, JR.
'You should Try living your life
GREGORY JOHN RADOVICH
"All great men are dead. I feel
RUTH ANN RITTNER
"That's the last time I drive in
JEANNE M. ROBERTSON
'Which way to the Eiffel Tower?"
ALANA J. ROGERS
"Yes, Miss Koontz, I'Il have my
money in Tomorrow."
JUDITH ANN RUMINSKY
Why did they buy only an eighth
of a page?"
RICHARD FRANK RAVNIKAR
"I get around."
SANDRA KAY REICHERT
I thought you said you lost the
SHIRLEY LEE REYNOLDS
"Three years of typing and I still
can't find 'a' "
JOHN ROBERT RIBIC
"With a picture like this, who
DIANE ROSE RUTH
A hair ouf of place? Where-?I"
JOHN STEPHEN SAKALOS
"WanT to go To The drags this
GARY LYMAN SAN DERS
"I know where you can get a good
loand for The dance."
"Well, if my books are in your
MARY ADELINE SALISBURY
vvay, move Them yourself."
WILLIAM G SCHAEFFER II
I looked, she sfumbled.
WAITMAN GLEN SALISBURY
Bu? I do raise my hand, you gust
never call on me."
THOMAS MARK SCHOEMIG
"Oh my gosh, Mr. Cooley, I'm
eligible This week."
CAROLYN ANN SCHOENBERGER
"I'm glad I'm back, Too."
JUDITH KAY SINES
"Just call me neon."
GILBERT L. SLAVIK, JR.
What are you all lit up about?"
"The best part of this class is the
ROSELLA MAE SECKEL
"Oui. I mean si!"
WILLIAM TOM SIMMONS, JR
MARLENE JOAN SEXTELLA
"I iust type his testsg I olon't make
CHERYL DIANE SCHIBLEY
"But I'rn just going out with the
JUDITH ANN SCHUBERT
"Oh nog I lost my Contact again'
DENNIS NOEL SHUMAKER
"l know a good place to buy
STEPHEN PAUL SPECKHART
Rembrandt has hothing on me."
DANIEL LYNN SPRENGER
"All I Want out of school is
TILLIE LOUISE SROKA
Isn't There any way I can get out
of reading King Lear?"
cf-xNDAcE RENEE STALLER
'But I can't Iet studying interfere
with my education."
JOYCE ELLEN SMITH
"Thank youf I picked Them
KARLA MAE SMITH
"Just think, I've dropped it only
once in four years."
MARY ANN SNEED
may be a library aid, but I don't
read all the time."
LINDA JEAN SOCOTCH
"You mean you actuaily paid for a
BRIAN JOSEPH STASHICK
"Marlon is dropping over tonight
tor a few hints."
"Oh goody, government book
RICHARD E. STILGENBAUER
It's about time somebody noticed
ELEANOR MARIE STUBER
"Boy, am I glad I didn't take
GARY RAYMOND SUPER
"Give rne a minute and l'II think
of an answer."
ROBERT WALTER SZILVASY
Can't we leave it up all night,
RICHARD LEE SZAMANIA
Can I help it it the cops don't
ESTH ER PATRICIA TAGLIAVONI
"I'd be glad to argue it with you.'
TIMOTHY ALLEN TARRY
What's this I hear about you not
DANA JOEL THOMAS
"I'm iust not a math student."
"But Mr. Hudak, I always sleep
NANCY LEE TRAVERS
"I think pipes look distinguished."
MICHAEL CHRIS ULLMAN
I m really more aggressive than
GARY ALAN TRELKA
"How do you epcpect me to pass
French if you haven't done your
STANLEY DARRYL VAUGHN
"Why does everyone like me
except my teachers?"
THOMAS PAUL VAUGHN
"Things are better at Admiral
GERALD DENNIS WALKER
"I'm Jerry Walker, need I say
MARIA REGINA BELISARIO
"I don't have to, I'm from Brazil."
HILMA CHARLENE VINSON
Maybe I would rather write this
assignment than type it."
JOHN ANTHONY VOLAK
BARBARA ANN WAITE
I can t win this game by myself,
I you know."
GAYE SUSANNE WATTS
"But why do vve have to give
equal time to the Republicans?"
BRENDA JOYCE VVAYCASTER
"My sister and I never fight."
"Please, Mr. Havens, don't yell
With those candidates, who
GREG E. WASILOFF
wants to vote?"
JACK EDWARD WERNER
"Why don't you want to ride
to the dance in the sidecar?"
SANDRA JANE WIEGAND
"Sorry, tl1at's not my table."
JEAN MARIE WILHELM
"You mean a hall guard has
SIDNEY LINDEN WELCH
"We've already extended the
deadline tive times!"
SHIRLEY ANNE WELLMAN
"It's called 'Swan Lake', not
"l took my government notes
in shorthand and now l c:an't
"You can't win 'em all."
FRANK E. WNEK
"Cooperate and graduate."
LAURETTA JOY WOODINGS
"Mr Lyle, I had an experience
BARBARA ANN WURST
"But drawing a layout is so
RICKI JEAN YEAGER
"lt's my very own blue
PHILLIP R. YORK
"lt's not my fault the lunches
JANE ELLEN ZILCH
I wonder if he'lI go with me."
KAREN MARIE ZVOSEC
By hook or by crook, l'll be
he last one to graduate from
the class of '65."
'lf you're planning to march
through Georgia, stop in."
JOHN R. YOUNG
"I didn't say anything."
JoANN MARY YOWORSKY
"Orange iuice and coffee?"
CHARLES JOSEPH YUHASZ
"Yeah, l'll be glad to fight
June 9, 1965
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: President, Kit Martyg Treasurer, Sandy Reichertg
Vice-Presidem, Karla Smiihf Secretary, Pam Harlan
Nena says farewell to M.L.S.
Jim receives The John Philip Sousa award.
ou Will Be Hereafter
STUDENTS OF THE YEAR: Kit Marty and Lynda Joyce. Joyce Smith receives the Direc1or's Cup and Dave Mulica receives the
Choral Activities Service Award.
Larry receives the Bauschiomb award for
ouistancling work in science.
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tuclent Council Rules
With an Iron Hand
Student Council serves many purposes in the school. Two of these
are improving administration-student body relations and participating
in student government. In the past, the Student Council has relieved the
faculty of some responsibilities and has established the student court,
which is still in operation. This year, the Council also edited the Comet
Nancy Laing, treasurer, and Sue Loutzenhiser,
Dave Moyer, president, and Del Mack, vice
The responsibility of planning and sponsoring the following activi-
ties also kept the Student Council busy: football homecoming, football
and basketball banquets, the Sweetheart Dance, Bermuda Day, and
the spring elections. The Council purchased a headboard for the school's
activity calendar and established a scholarship fund.
The group's advisers were Mr. lngraham, Mr. Baumann, and Mr.
Seated: Nena Vianna, Del Mack, Dave Moyer, Sue Loutzenhiser, Nancy Laing, Greg Huber. Second row: Shirley Reynolds, Marie Gargasz, Pat
Bair, Pat Garland, Nancy Schulz, Marilyn Guild, Pam Whyte, Jane Ingram, Jane Ravnikar, Chris Garland, Becky Groth, Pam Kelly. Third row:
Tom Giblin, Jim Edwards, Bruce Bacon, Dave Hathaway, Jim Davidson, Mike Tevesz, Dennis Howdyshell, Mike Szekely, Tim Garn, Richard
Front row: Jim Davidson, Dave Moyer, 'Judi Collins, Sue Loutzenhiser, Lynda Joyce, Carol DeMarco, Barb Waite, Cathy Friend, Sid Welch. Second
row: Judie Bartlome, Heather Henderson, Jean Dolyk, Shirley Wellman, Sue Cherry, Judy Ruminsky, Barb Berner, Joyce Smith, Elaine Pozone, Jean
Dobney. Third row: Eleanor Stuber, Jim Poyak, Barb Wurst, Terry Galuslwa, Marlene Sexstella, John Kirchgessner, Kay Emmerich, Rick Ott, Rosie
Seckel, Mike Tevesz. Fourth row: Tom Giasomo, Pat Garland, Carol Magel, Delbert Mack, Jane Ingram, Larry Long, Margie Kosakowski, Rick Kaiser,
Marie Gargasz, Jim Edwards, Fifth row: Richard Horn, Myrna Lewis, Bob Herrick, Nancy Schulz, Bill Bring, Becky Groth, Gerald Kelley, Karla Smith,
lnducts 34 Members
The National Honor Society of Marion
L. Steele High School is a group of
juniors and seniors selected for their
achievements in scholarship, leadership,
character, and service. Under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Wingate, NHS carried out
several activities, including the annual
fall fruitcake sale, operating the book-
room, a Christmas party for needy chil-
dren, and the banquet in the spring.
The officers of NHS this year were
Sue Loutzenhiser, secretary, Jim Edwards,
vice-president, Jim Davidson, president,
and Kit Marty, treasurer.
Front row: Kathy Druga, Carol DeMarco, Barb Waite, Jean Dolyk, Karen Bartlome Back row: Joyce Derrick, Julie Miller, Margie
Kosakowski, Brian Stashick, George Balogh, Larry Hooker
We Aim to Serve With Merit-Without
It We Get Demerits
, 1 K Front row: Judy Schubert, Myrna Lewis, Brenda Parker. Second row: Sue Kane, Sharon Grundy, Mary Sneed, Sue Broderick, Nancy
Black Back row: Sid Welch, Charles Hook, Ken Ferris, Dick Horn, Gerald Gatten, Dennis Garten
The purpose of the Business Education Club is
to help its members become acquainted and in-
terested in the business world. Guest speakers
and movies related to the field of business were
part ot the club's regular monthly meetings. Money
has been made available tor the purchase of some
business equipment through the selling of typing
and shorthand notebooks and collecting yearly
A yearly event that the club members look for-
ward to is going on a field trip. The seniors visited
the Federal Reserve Bank in-Cleveland. Here they
spent the whole day observing banking procedures,
and were later served lunch. The other members
in the club visited the IBM School.
Bottom row: Nina Horsley,
Sharon Thompson, Becky El-
liott, Carol Magel. Second row:
Jackie Wentzel, Pam Homer,
Sue Rigo, Myrna Lewis. Third
row: Nancy Travers, Lynda Holz-
hauer, Pat Gnizak, Pat Raynes.
Fourth row: Brenda Parker,
Sherry Rich, Barb Leslie. Fifth
row: Anyce Johnson, Sandy
Virag, Cheryl Young, Judy Sines.
Sixth row: Martha Bach, Karen
Policz, Marlene Sextella, Joyce
Brown. Seventh row: Linda
Grundy, Phyllis Landis, Sharon
Hillyard, Karen Bartlome.
Eighth row: Jane Schoemig,
Shirley Reynolds, Marie Gar-
gasz. Ninth row: Mrs. Hammill,
Cheryl Schibley, Cheryl Dod-
son, Mrs. Wallace.
OFFICERS: Treasurer, Karen Bartlome, President, Marlene Sexstellag
Secretary, Sharon Hillyard.
F TA Learns Throu, h Experience
First row: Gerry Kelley, Jim Poyak, Tom Giasomo, Gerry Gatten, Larry Hooker, Kit Marty, Del Mack, Larry Schroeder, Larry Kamody, Charles Hookl
Second row: Judi Collins, Elaine Pozone, Janet Ward, Carol Magel, Nina Horsley, Anyce Johnson, Pam Harlan, Carol DeMarco, Karla Smith, Verna
Johnson, Margie Kosakowski. Third row: Lynn Mitchell, Jeanne Dobney, Joyce Derrick, Jean Dolyk, Barb Wurst, Eleanor Stuber, Sandy Wiegand
Martha Bach, Pat Bair, Elaine Petkovsek, Bev Davidson, Sharon Bruce, Marilyn Berta. Fourth row: Cathy Friend, Lynda Joyce, Sue Loutzenhiser,
Joyce Smith, Barb Berner, Sue Godwin, Peg Nabakowski, Jenny Kopp, Pat Garland, Nancy Schulz, Nancy Laing, Nancy Zunt, Jane Ravnikar.
High school FTA chapters are primarily guidance and orientation organizations f
pre-professional services and developments. They may be considered, also, as servi
organizations for the high school, its staff, its students and the community.
After having applied for membership and after having met the required qualif
cations, twenty-nine new members were formally initiated on October 23, l96L
The club then had a total of fifty-five members.
FTA members help teach the elementary children at Powers and help supervis
their games at lunch time. Regular meetings were held each month. At this tim
various speakers gave interesting talks on various fields of education. The annui
Christmas luncheon at the Aquamarine highlighted the social aspect of the club. y
FTA members know that "Tomorrow's future goes to school today" and the
one "Who dares to teach must never cease to learn."
F A Looks to the Future
nr row: Leslie Lavish, Carol Edwards, Brenda Dalton, Carhie Bartish, Linda Gressler Mary Fisher Sueffa Cumlaerledge Mildred Davusson Carol
linger. Second row: Sue Rigo, Pat Raynes, Peg Gordon, Joyce Smi1h, Sandy Marr, Sandie Wiegand Joyce Pope Daffie Moore Third row
thy Rogers, Diane Andrews, Kathy Druga, Mary Porciello, Mary Beesing, Diane Mischka Jane Znlch Fourth row Mrs Kubuske Pat Conry
vnr row: Judy Schubert, Pat
ynes, Sue Dotzlaf. Second
- Sue Price Bev Bunn
ll:,clie.Wiegancl, Jane Zilch, Pat
nry, Joyce Pope.
The Band - I n Concer
First row: Karen Gerhart, Pearl Vegh, Shirley Wellman, Sharon Hiner, Janet Ware
Carol Edwards. Second row: Dennis Northeim, Cheryl Schibley, Pam Homer, Karl
Smith, Dennis Sniezak, Karen Barker, Eleanor Stuber, Janet Sender, Fawn Rosenkran:
Nancy Travers, Carol Battenhouse, Chris Sutherland, Songa Lloyd, Rochelle Home
Jeanne Dobney. Third row: Sue Cherry, Elaine Pozone, Ricki Yeager, Judy Sines, Dian
Gilsanliter, Martha Bach, Anyce Johnson, Mike Tevesz, Bev Meitzke, Diane Goldthorpr
Janis Wilhelm, Kay Barker, Lynn Mitchell, Cary Groco-tt, John Kurtz, Scott Coverdal-
Bill Carter, Phil Suckel, Linda Grundy, Margie Kosakowski, Daryl Smith. Fourth rovw
MAJORETTES: Cheryl Schibley, Shirley Reynolds, Karla Smith, head majorette.
nd on the Field
aron Folbert, Phyllis Landis, Linda Loewer, Diana Womack, Marilyn Vollrner, Martha
oodings, Jim Simaskevich, Sharon Grundy, Jane Schoemig, Kathy Rogers, Bob Her-
ck, John Lau, Dennis Yacobozzi, Alice Mizer, Neil Knierieman, Del Mack, Dave
oyer, Jim Poyak, Mark Kirshner, Tim Grocott, Bill Bring, Steve Arnoczky, Roy
oodell, Greg Huber, Terry Galusha. Fifth row: Elaine Petkovsek, Dave Sender,
m Pozone, Rick Ott, Bob Goll, Tenant Nabakowski, Shirley Reynolds, Tim Schmauch,
d Welch, Al Crausaz, Charlie Hook, Bruce Bacon, Mr. Petersen.
MAJORETTES: Sharon Folbert, Karen Barker, Rochelle Homer.
Give me my marbles back!
Cinderella Complex won third in Lakeland
Julie Miller was nominated for best actress
and Brian Stashick was nominated for best
"Dig the kooksf'
Mr. Stark--Dave Hathaway
Mrs. Stark-Alba Figueroa
Dame Lilith-Julie Miller
Dame Eva vJenny Kopp
Sir James-Jess Swartz
The Elves' Holiday
Shall we dance?
Taming of the Shrew
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GAL ile Up the Points
First row: Leslie Schneider, Becky Groth, Jane Ravnikar, Becky Elliot, Chris Garland. Second row: Karen Crombie, Prissy Swigart, Carol Snowdo
Cathy Friend, Janet Sender, Linda Gressler, Chris Sutherland. Third row: Virginia Harvey, Janice Mulford, Linda Dudish, Phyllis Landis, S
Loutzenhiser, Nancy Zunt, Pearl Vegh. Fourth row: Linda Cirell, Barb Waite, Pam Whyte, Pat Bair, Marilyn Guild, Bev Meitzke, Karen Gerha
The "Girls' Athletic Leaders" was organized in 1963 by Mrs. Reichert to assist
the girls' physical education classes, organize extra-curricular girls' activities, and
to provide fellowship among girls interested in athletics. Interscholastic activities
were held with near-by schools. The girls enjoyed basketball, volleyball, and track.
Activities ot the GALS in 1964-65 included a swimming party at Crane pool in
Oberlin, caroling at Amherst Manor, ice skating, a Patch Hop and several money-
making proiects. Money obtained by dances and other activities is used to purchase
added equipment for gym classes.
This year's otticers included president, Becky Groth, vice-president, Becky
Elliot, secretary, Linda Dudish, treasurer, Prissy Swigart, and intramural director,
Cheers for the Pep Club
Bottom row: Jess Swartz, Diane Ruth, Jerry Walker, Bonnie McCartney, Nancy Black, Del Mack, Bob Cook, Tom Schoemig, Tom Maines, Judi
Collins, Sandy Reichert, Carolyn Brandies, Lynda Joyce, Sue Loutzenhiser, Nancy Schulz. Second row: Mary Malloy, Becky Elliott, Sandy Virag,
Donna Bolinger, Lynda Holzhauer, Nancy Bender, Brenda Parker, Sue Broderick, Beverly Meitzke, Anyce Johnson, Sue Cherry, Judy Schubert,
Mary Beesing, Joan Lange, Kathy Slumska. Third row: Myrna Lewis, Carol Magel, Ruth Gould, Pam Kelley, Linda Staller, Kathy Huson, Pam
Kantelas, Jackie Wenzel, Mary Jo Porciello, Diane Andrews, Nancy Travers, Pam Homer, Linda Loewer, Chris Lavish, Sherrie Scaratia. Fourth
row: Lynn Mitchell, Nancy Zunt, Brenda Dalton, Cheryl Young, Elaine Petovsek, Shanna Rosebeck, Kathy Druga, Mary Bickel, Sandy Wiegand,
Joyce Smith, Barbara Berner, Kathy Wenrich, Sue Dotzlaf, Carol Snowden, Leslie Schneider, Peggy Gordon. Fifth row: Pat Raynes, Sue Rigo,
Pat Conry, Joyce Brown, Jane Ravnikar, Janice Mulford, Chris Garland, Marilyn Guild, Pam Whyte, Karen Gerhart, Karen Barker, Sue Kane,
Linda Leadingham, Jane Schoernig. Sixth row: Eleanor Stuber, Margie Kosakowski, Rosella Seckel, Linda Gressler, Roberta Krause, Sandy
arr, Jane Donnelly, Carol DeMarco, Leslie Lavish, Judy Sines, Ruth Rittner, Sharon Hillyard, Barb Ehman, Kay Emmerich, Sharon Bruce, Sue
Price. Seventh row: Cathie Bartish, Lana Rogers, Virginia Harvey, Cheryl Schibley, Cheryl Dodson, Shirley Reynolds, Karla Smith, Cheryl Papp,
arie Gargasz, Jane Zilch, Brenda Franklin, Sherry Rich, Pat Garland, Peggy Nabakowski, Sue Godwin, Gary Reynolds, Tom Giblin.
Front row: Lynda Joyce, Sue Dotzlaf.
Second row: Nina Horsley, Sue Godwin.
Third row: Brian Stashick, Terry Galusha
Fourth row: Jim Davidson, Gerry Garten..
On stairs: First row: Craig DeSa
Bolo Cook, Charlie Towne,
Sanders. Second row: Jim Naro,
Kocsis, Mike Brunetto, Tom Dan
Third row: Bill Schaeffer, Tim
hanon, Chester Fleming, Bill
Fourth row: Gary Koepp, Roger
enbach, Charles Hook, Gary
nolds. Fifth row: Geoff Grob,
Edwards, Dennis Moskal, Gerry
Ten. Sixth row: Gerry Kelley, AI
ter, Rick Werner, Doug Welch.
enth row: Ron Borman, Mike
man, John Kirchgessner. Stan
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Schibley, Bill Goodwin. Second
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Figueroa, Dianne Hoffman, M
Kosakowski, Linda Nichols.
row: Tillie Sroka,-Judy Sines, Je
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Mitchell, Nancy Travers, Karen
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First row: Nancy Black, Judi Collins, Sue Loutzenhiser, Carolyn Brandies, Cathie Pullin, Julie Miller, Barb Ehman,
Jackie Wentzel, Nina Horsley, Joyce Smith. Second row: Brenda Parker, Sandy Virag, Nancy Bender, Donna
Bolinger, Shanna Rosebeck, Janice Mulforcl, Marilyn Guild, Sue Broderick, Pam Kantelas. Third row: Jean Dolyk,
Linda Leadingham, Brenda Dalton, Elaine Petkovsek, Elaine Pozone, Jeanne Dobney, Joyce Pope, Bev Meitzke,
Kathy Huson, Karen Gerhart, Barb Berner. Fourth row: Mary Jane Bickel, Mary Jo Porciello, Tillie Sroka, Sandy
Wiegand, Margie Kosakowski, Marlene Sexstella, Barb Wurst, Carol Snowdon, Les Schneider, Marcia Wurst. Fifth
row: Karen Witte, Donna Woods, Linda Staller, Pam Kelly, Peg Gordon, Carol Magel, Nancy Zunt, Theresa
Zimmerman, Stephanie Krok, Carol Herrman. Sixth row: Jane Zilch, Nena Vienna, Dick Horn, Bill Bring. Seventh
row: Gary Reynolds, Bob Shumaker, Dave Hathaway, Jim Davidson, Richard Ravnikar, Steve Arnoczky, Kit
Marty, Delbert Mack, Mike Koch.
The purpose of the American Field Service is to stimulate interest among students
of different countries. Because the AFS program is community sponsored, it is in
no way connected with the government. AFS is a non-profit making organization
with all of the money being used to further the exchange program. The exchange
students receive an allowance of 3514.00 per month from AFS, but such items as
class rings, school lunches, pictures, and school supplies are covered by this fund.
It is the iob of the local AFS club to supply these funds. In order to raise these
funds our high school AFS Club has operated a coat check during basketball season,
has sold candy, and has collected pledges from various local and high school or-
The president of this year's AFS Club is Judi Collins, with Carol Nlagel as vice-
f fice Runners
Cafhie Pullin, Shirley Wellman,
Sandy Wiegand, Marie Gargasz,
Karla Smith, Lynda Joyce, Kathy
Slumska, Jane Ingram, Rosella
Front row: Sherry Rich, Mary
Salisbury, Karen Leonard, Nancy
Zunt, Carol DeMarco Back row:
Shirley Reynolds, Pat Conry,
Linda Gressler, Judy Ruminsky,
Jane Donnelly, Cathy Friend
Front row: Carolyn Branclies,
Barb Ehman, Sue Cherry, Mar-
cia Freeland, Sandy Wiegand,
Sandy Virag. Back row: Sharon
Hillyard, Kay Emmerich, Linda
Dudush, Rick Kaiser, Sharon
Bruce, Marfha Bach, Heaiher
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Second-year Latin students met once a month during the school
year under the direction of Mrs. Thutt with the aid of the club's of-
ficers: Bruce Bacon, president, Pam Whyte, vice-president, Carol
Snowdon, secretary, Karen Gerhart, treasurer, and Marcia Wurst,
Programs included slides of Rome and other places of interest,
plays, a talk on the Peace Corps by Miss Boecker, and fun-filled
games and contests. The group was even honored with a visit
from Jessicus, the famous oracle at Delphi.
At the annual Roman banquet, Latin l students, dressed in tunics,
were auctioned off as slaves to the toga-clad second-year masters
who delighted in giving their slaves a hard time. The dinner,
"ab ovo usque ad mala," Cfrom eggs to applesj was served by
the slaves to their masters who ate in Roman style, with their
fingers and using finger bowls.
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First row Jill Groves, Sharon Grundy, Karen Barker, Stephanie Krok, Sue Dotzlaf, Carol Snowdon, Karen Crombie. Second row
Chris Garland, Karen Gerhart, Pam Whyte, Peggy Gordon, Karen Witte, Kathy Rogers, Jennifer Fog. Third row: Carol Cook Julie
Miller Marcia Wurst, Theresa Zimmerman, Carol Herrmann, Janet Sender, Linda Cirell. Fourth row: Greg Stevens, Dennis Yacobozzi
Bruce Bacon, Mike Szekely, Jon Clary, Bill Grue, David Ilcisko. Fifth row: Wade Werner, Greg Mazurek, Larry Radefeld, Jim McCourt
Jesse Swartz, Chuck Hoffer, Frank Stuller, Marty Conry.
Modern Language Clubs
Front row: Rlcki Yeager, Tim Grocott, Brenda Franklin, Rosella Seckel, Second row: Linda Socotch, Cathie Pullin, Joyce Plato, Linda
Duncan, Kay Barker, Third row: Shirley Reynolds, Karla Smith, Jane Zilch, Cathie Bartish, Mike Kovach, Diane Gelsanliter, Diane
Ruth, Donna Bolinger, Sandy Wiegand, Becky Elliot, Back row: Nina Horsley, Diane Mischka, John Ribic, Sandy Mitchell, Craig De-
jantis,DJohnk Kirchgessner, Kit Marty, Steve Arnoczky, Bill Schaeffer, Paul Morrow, Lee Ann Klekota, Joyce Brown, Marilyn Betta,
Oyce errlc .
Front row: Scott Coverdale, Pam Mitchell, Pam Harlan, Lynda Joyce, Sue Loutzenhiser, Nena Vianna, Janice Mulford, Les Schneider,
Ron Goohs, Second row: Miss Boecker, Chris Sutherland, Kathy Huson, Joyce Derrick, Rosella Seckel, Pam Kelly, Linda Staller, Dan
Alorahamovvicz, Third row: Roy Goodell, Lester Henderson, Caroll Cather, Dennis Sniezak, Bev Meitzke, Sherry Scarafia, Martha
Woodings, Pearl Vegh, Marilyn Guild, Jane Ravnikar, Jane Ingram, Donna Goodwin, Jim Bauer, Back row: Bob Mason, Tom
Giasomo, Chuck Eberhardt, Jeff Schultz, Tim Nagy, Jesse Kulaga, Tom Croyle, Dennis Sheller, Larry Hooker, Pat Thompson.
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French Club, under the direction of Miss Kathryn Murray, was for all French
II and French lll students. Meetings were held once a month, either after school or
in the evening. Programs usually included such recreation as singing French songs,
playing games in French, and practicing dialogue. Sometimes French students
listened to travel talks or reports on famous French people.
The Christmas The Dansant, or Tea Dance, and the Mardi Gras were both spon-
sored by the French Club.
Officers for the school year were: president, Gerald Kelley, vice-president, James
Davidson, secretary, Eleanor Stuber, and treasurer, Kit Marty.
First row: Carol De Marco, Sue Cherry, Diane Hoffman, Kay Emmerich, Jean Dolyk, Jane Donnelly. Second row: Jim Davidson
Cynthia Gurley, Jenny Kopp, Gordon Collyer, Judi Collins, Gerry Kelley, Nancy Laing, Cathy Friend, Gerry Garten, Nick Bogoievich
Sue Loutzenhiser. Third row: Barb Waite, Tim Garn, Heather Henderson, Nena Vianna, Dick Horn, Lynda Joyce, Carolyn Brandies
Tom Giasomo, Dennis Hovvdyshell, Judi Bartlome, Eleanor Stuber, Barb Wurst, Margie Kosakovvski, Shirley Wellman.
The Spanish Club of Marion L. Steele High School was formed to promote a
better understanding of the Spanish speaking countries, their customs, language,
and ideas, by active participation.
This year the members sold Comet stationery. They had a fiesta and they also
spent a Sunday afternoon in South Lorain conversing with the Spanish-speaking
people. They attended a Spanish movie and cooked their own Spanish dinner. They
also met with students from Latin America.
The president of the Spanish Club was Lynda Joyce, vice-president, Pam Harlan,
secretary, Nena Vianna, and treasurer, Janice Mulford.
The club was advised by Miss Boecker and Miss Bingham.
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Front row-Linda Dudush, Janet Ward, Kay Barker, Prissy Swigart, Donna Bollinger. Seated-Kathy Kassu, Steve Speckhart, Cheryl
Papp. Back row-Sue Dotzlaf, Hilma Vinson, Donna Woods, Nancy Bender, Sandy Virag, Nancy Black, Lynda Holzhauer.
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This year the Art Club, a new organization at Steele, was
quite active. The members went on many field trips to
sketch and paint. They arranged an art exhibit at a Rotary
Club luncheon and they sent art work to the l965 Scholastic
Art Exhibit. ln March, the group participated in a caravan
to visit the Akron Institute, Spring Art Shovv. They also
attended the Cleveland May Show. The Art Club organized
an art exhibit for the evening of May 3, T965 to coincide
with the Library Club book sale open to the public.
The officers of the club vvere Steve Speckhart, president,
Cheryl Papp, vice-president, Kathy Kassu, secretary. Mrs.
Ford was the group's advisor.
The Pen Is Mightier . . .
The chapter is named in honor of Miss Katherine Murray, who retired after 42
years of teaching and 37 years as advisor for the yearbook.
Quill and Scroll, an international honorary
society for juniors and seniors vvho have done
outstanding vvork in journalism, was a new
organization at Steele this year.
The fourteen mernloers, vvho vvere chosen
from the Arnherstonian and Record staffs were
initiated at a dinner in April.
Officers for the MLS chapter vvere: Barb
Wurst, president, Marlene Sexstella, vice-pres-
ide-nt, Jim Davidson, secretary-treasurer. The
advisors were Mr. Donald Hicks of the Am-
herstonian and Mrs. Diane Abdulla of the
Front row: Tom Giasomo, Sid Welch, Jim Davidson, Mike Tevesz, Gerry Gatten. Bac
Jane Donnelly, Judy Ruminsky, Kay Emmerich, Marlene Sextella. Absent is Lynda
k row: Martha Bach, Eleanor Stuber, Barb Wurst, Jenny Kopp
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Nancy Laing, Judi Collins, Sue Louizenhiser, Nancy Schulz, Carolyn Branclies, Sandy Reichert, and Lynda Joyce.
"What do you mean, you think we're going to lose?
90 Jus? because you are from the oiher side . . ."
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Sitting: Doug Welch, Gary Reynolds, Dave Sender, Bill McCourt. Kneeling: Bob Dickason, Dave Boyce, Dennis Dodson, Rick Ott,
Greg Huber. Standing: Dick Horn, Dennis Hovvdyshell, Charles Vegh, Bill Bring, Kit Marty.
Improvement Marks 965 uiz Bee Team
Kneeling: Dave Boyce, Rick Kaiser, Mike Tevesz, Glenn Voss. Standing: Gary Reynolds, Terry Galusha, Tom Giblin, Sid Welch, Jim Davidson, Bi
Herrick, Pat Thompson.
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First row-Bill Boden, Ken Holley, Greg Radovi
Mike Hohla, Gerry Garten, Dennis Hill Third
row-Jim Sfudd, Bob Shumaker, Tom Bradley,
van der Oord, John Polansky, Jesse Swariz,
Wade Werner, Bob Cole, Glen Voss Seventh
Dan Abrahamowicz, Dave Solora Eighth row
ch, Jim Edwards, Roger Aschenbach, Kelley King Second row-Gil Slavic, Dick Harmych, John Ralf
row-Marty Aschenbach, Jim Gammons, Charlie Towne, Terry Hall, Jim Naro, Terry Temple Fou
Greg Godfrey, Craig DeSantis, Dennis Howdyshell, Bill Rice Fifth row-Terry Edwards La
Bill Goodwin, Rick Kaiser Sixth row-Jim McCourT, Tom Croyle, Gregg Mazurek, Jim Ry
row-Nick Bogoievich Cmgr.l, Keith McDaniels lmgr.J, Gene Harmych Cmgr.J, Gary Griener Cmgi
-Coach Curnrningham, Coach Hershey, Head Coach Havens, Coach Sheffield, Gary Trelka absenl
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Completion or Interception?
I bet l'II beat you tothe goal line!
Outstanding Offensive Back
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Second row-Tim Garn, Bill Kolino, Larry Morgan, Tom Giblin, Dennis Draper, Seth Patton
Third row-Mark Kirshner, Dan Mackin, Bob Herrick, Ken Ferris, Tom Cole, Keith Kurish
Top row-John Johnson,'Bob Paton, Bill Parker, Rick Ott
Comet Harriers Streak to Victory
Rocky River, Miclvievv
St. Joseph Invitations
Cleveland Heights Relays
Varsity Fights for Victory
Standing: Jerry Walker, Ken Holley, .Jim Ryan, Dave Moyer, Kit Marty, Coach Simonovich, Del Mack, Tom Schoemig, Buol Becker, Kelly
King. Kneeling: Bob Cook fmgr.J, Greg Godfrey, Charlie Towne, Doug Huffman Cmgnj.
Varsity Opponents Reserve Opponents
53 54 Clearview 41 40
53 45 Firelancls 33 34
41 63 i'lVlidview 32 27
53 84 Admiral King 41 75
59 52 fNew London 31 26
77 63 Avon Lake 40 49
52 56 Brunswick 64 38
66 80 Wellington 52 28
64 66 TOberlin 25 47
51 49 1'Huron 47 49
45 38 South Amherst 39 32
69 53 Clearview 55 45
67 74 kWellington 50 49
46 57 Brunswick 48 55
53 69 "RiolgeVille 56 57
54 51 Miolview 47 40
57 60 'Wermilion ' 35 49
66 62 South Amherst 54 53
59 39 Tournament Brookside
61 76 Tournament Admiral King
fdenotes Lakeland Conference game
Our Comets Are Ready Men
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Well iT's my ball and l'm going home,
The Jolly Green Giant got it again. It's a great spectator sport.
Most Valuable Player
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The JVDS Come Through
Center: Richard Head fmgr.B, Coach Havens, Mike Szekely Cmgr.J Left to right: Keith Kurish, Denny Bray, Bolo Paton, Tom Croyle, Jim
McCourt, Neil Knierieman, Tim Nagy, Larry Radefelcl, Pat Manning, Larry van der Oord, Dennis Sheller, Chuck Eberhardt.
Where in the heck is the rest of the team? Five to one the Comets get it!
Baseballers Post 6-3 Record
2 Midview 8
7 Ridgeville T2
5 Oberlin 8
T New London 3
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5 Wellington 8
7 Nlidview 5
6 Ridgeville 3
2 Oberlin 8
9 New Lonclon 5
6 Huron 3
2 Wellington 3
7 Ridgeville O
4 Elyria 8
ring: Torn Snyder Cbaiboyj. First row: Doug Huffman Cmgnl, Jerry Walker Cstaristicianb, Ray Joles, Ron Borman, Chris Huesser, Nick Bogoievich
r Thompson, Bill Derrick. Second row: Kelly King, Ken Holley, Terry Hall, John Polansky, John Ribic, Marty Aschenbach, Bud Becker. Third row
rarlie Towne, Greg Wasiloff, John Chapman, Dave Sotora, Greg Godfrey, Dick Stilgenbauer, Greg Radovich, Coach Thomas.
Run, Run, Run!
Sitting: Denny Bray, Jeff Howells, Gary Pete, Angelo Pecora, Rick Ott, Glenn Voss, Larry Van der Ord. Kneeling: Dave Sender, Bill Rice Jess Swarl
Tom Schoemig, Jim Edwards, Roger Aschenbach, Mike Hohla, Bill Boden, Terry Temple. 3rd row: Al Hook, Dick Strehle, Tom Cole, Craig DeSant
Rick Kaiser, Tom Giblin, Del Mack, Jim Bauer, Bob Paton, Roy Goodall, Bruce Bacon, 4th Row: Mr. Cooley, Bob Dover, Ted Horsley Bob Herric
Jesse Kulaga, Gregg Mazurek, Jim Kirkpatrick, Dick Johnson, Mary Kirschner, Mr. Sheffield.
State Track Meet
Tom Schoemig with the Frank Riley Castleman
Trophy presented to the outstanding AA athlete at
the State Meet in Columbus. Tom won the mile
run at state in a record time of 4:l8.'l.
OUTSTANDING TRACK SCORES
6th place Ctiel
Sprint to the finish
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Standing: Coach Havens, Vic Bellan, Tim Nagy, Jim McCourt, Bill McCourt, Larry Schultz,
Kneeling: Dana Thomas, Gary Reynolds, Jeff Schultz.
Huron 4 4
Midvievv 6 2
Vermilion 3 5
Oberlin 5V2 6V2
Clearview 6 2
Elyria 4V2 HV2
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Tim Nagy medalist
Vermilion 2V2 5V2
Clearview 6 2
Huron 2V2 5lf2
District Golf 6th place
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Standing: Keith Kurish, Dave Moyer, Kit Marty, Gerald Kelley, Mike Tevesz.
Kneeling: Greg Huber, Capt, Seth Patton, Richard Ravnikar, .lim Poyak.
Sitting: Bill Parker, Mike Kcch, Jon Clary CMgr.l, Jim Ehman, Scott Coverdale.
Lorain St. Nlary's
Coach Hicks awaits results of match
l Vermilion 6 l
7 Oberlin 5V2 lV2
4 Lorain St. IVlary's 4 3
O Wellington 2 5
5 Huron O 7
3 Lorain 3 4
Amherstonian 4, Latin Club T, 2, French Club 4, Dramatics 4, Band
T-4, Basketball Manager 2, AFS 4.
French Club 2, 3, Pep Club 2-4, Hall Guards 3, 4, Track T-4:
Football l-4, Basketball T, 2.
Record Staff 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Business Education Club 3, 4, Office
Aide 4, Band l-4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, AFS 3, Quill 81 Scroll 4,
Gym Aide l.
Amherstonian 3, Record Staff 4, F.N.A. 3, F.T.A. 4, Student Council
3, 4, Spanish Club l, 2, Pep Club Tv4, Office Aide 2, 3, GALS 3,
4, Secretary 3.
Amerstonian 4, F.N.A. 2-4, President 4, Latin Club l, French Club
4, Pep Club I-4, Dramatics 3, Clinic Aide 2, Hall Guard 3.
Amherstonian 3, 4, Record Staff 2, National Honor Society 4, F.T.A.
3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, F.N.A. 1, 2, French Club 4, Pep Club 2, 3,
Hall Guard 3, 4, Scholarship Team 2.
Business Education Club 2-4, Treasurer 4, Library Aide l-4,
Hall Guard 4.
Latin Club l, 2, Dramatics 4, Band l-3, Basketball T-4, Baseball
2-4, American Legion Essay Contest 2.
Record Staff 2-4, F.N.A. 3, 4, Pep Club 2-4, Choir 3, 4,
Amherstonian 4, National Honor Society 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Latin Club
T, 2, Pep Club 4, Choir 2-4, Hall Guard 4, Science Club 3, AFS 4.
Cross-Country I-4, Football T, 3, 4.
French Club 3, 4, Football Manager 4, Baseball 4.
Dramatics 4, Hall Guards 4, Football T, 3.
Hall Guard 4, Baseball 3, 4.
Latin Club T, 2, French Club 4, Pep Club l-4, Dramatics 2, 4,
Office Aide 4, Cheerleader 1, 3, 4, AFS 4.
French Club 2.
Record Staff 4, F.N,A. 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, Pep Club
3, 4, Choir l, Office Aide 4, G.A,A. l.
Naticnal Honor Society 4, Latin Club l, 2, French Club 4, Pep
Club 2-4, Office Aide 4, Band l-4, Scholarship Team T.
Amherstonian 2, 3, Business Education Club 2, 3.
Amherstonian 3, 4, Record Staff 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4,
F.T.A. 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, French Club 3, 4, Pep Club 2-4,
Thespians 2, Dramatics 4, Clinic Aide 3, Cheerleader 4, American
Legion Essay Contest 2, Scholarship Team 2, 3, AFS 3, 4, President
4, Vice-President 3, GALS 3.
F,N.A. 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Office Aide 4, Clinic
Record Staff 3, 4, Pep Club I-4, Speech Club 3, Dramatics 3,
Nail Benders 3, Hall Guard 4, Basketball Mgr. 3, 4.
Grand Rapids, Michigan T, 2, Class Treasurer 2, Football 2, Basket-
ball l, 2, Baseball T.
Pep Club I, 2, Thespians 3, 4, Speech Club 3, President 3,
Dramatics 3, 4, Nail Benders 3.
Latin Club T, Thespians 2-4, Nail Benders 2, 3.
F.T.A. 4, Office Aide 3, Scholarship Team 4.
Record Staff l-4, Editor 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-
President 4, Student Council I-4, Treasurer 3, Latin Club T, 2,
Secretary 2, French Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Thespians 4,
Library Aide 2, Announcer 3, 4, Quiz Bee 3, 4, Football I, 2,
Cross-Country 3, Track 3, Boys State 3, Quill and Scroll 4, Secretary-
Treasurer 4, Scholarship Team l-4, AFS 4, Exchange Student 10
Belgium 3, Co-Valedictorian 4,
Spanish Club T, 2, Business Education Club 2, 3.
Spanish Club T, Business Education Club 2-4, Pep Club 3, 4.
Who is that sprawled all over the floor?
Optimistic, aren't we?
Naticnal Honor Society 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Latin Club I, 2, French
Club 4, Pep Club 'I-4, Choir I-3, Thespians 3, 4, Speech Club
I-3, Dramatics I, 2, Library Aide 2-4, Vice-President 4, Office Aide 4
F.T.A. 3, 4, French Club 4, Spanish Club I, 2, 4, Choir 4, Thespians
3, 4, Speech Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Nail Benders 3, 4, Library
Aide 2, 3, Clinic Aide 3, Scholarship Team 2-4.
Business Education Club 4, Pep Club 2-4, Speech Club 3, Dramatics
2, Band I, 2.
Amherstonian 4, Record Staff 3, 4, National Honor Society 4,
F.T.A. 3, 4, Latin Club I, 2, French Club 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Speech
Club 3, Library Aide 2-4, Secretary 3, 4, Scholarship Team 2, AFS
Amherstonian 2-4, Record Staff 3, 4, Latin Club I, 2, French Club
4, Pep Club I-4, Office Aide 3, 4, AFS 3, Quill and Scroll 4.
Pep Club 4, Choir I, Dramatics 3, Cross-Country 4, Football 2,
Pep Club 2, Office Aide 4, Band I, GALS 3, 4, Secretary 4, Art
Class President I, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-President
4, Student Council 4, Latin Club I, 2, Hall Guard 4, Track I-4,
Football I-4, Scholarship Team 2.
Spanish Club I, 2, Pep Club I-4, Office Aide 4, AFS 4.
Amherstonian 2-4, National Honor Society 4, Latin Club I, 2,
French Club 4, Pep Club I-4, Office Aide 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4.
Latin Club I, 2, Track I, Football I-3, Basketball I, 2.
Record Staff 4, Spanish Club I, 2, Secretary 2, Pep Club I-3,
Thespians 3, 4, Secretary 4, Nail Benders 3, 4, Hall Guard 4.
French Club 4, Pep Club I, 3, 4, Football Attendant I CNorth Car-
Amherstonian 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Latin
Club I, 2, Vice-President 2, French Club 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Office
Aide 4, Clinic Aide 3, Scholarship Team I, 3, GALS 3, 4.
Latin Club I, 2.
Student Council 3, National Honor Society 4, French Club 2, 3,
Dramatics 4, Announcers 4, Quiz Bee 3, 4, Band 'I-4, Science Club
2, 3, Scholarship Team 2, 4.
Pep Club I,
National Honor Society 4, Pep Club 2, 4, Amherstonian 3, 4,
Student Council 3, 4, Business Education Club 2, 4, Guidance Aide
4, Hall Guard 2, Football Attendant 4, Scholarship Team 2.
Student Council 4, French Club 4, Track 2, 3, Spanish Club I, 2,
Cross-Country 3, 4.
Amherstonian 4, Record Staff 3, 4, Business Manager 4, F.T.A.
3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Library Aide 2, 4, Announcer 3, 4, Quiz
Bee 2, 3, Hall Guard 3, 4, Tennis 2-4, Football 4, Basketball I,
Quill 81 Scroll 4, Scholarship Team 2.
Amherstonian 2-4, Record I, 2, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, National Honor
Society 3, 4, French Club 4, Spanish Club I, 2, 4, Hall Guard 2,
Golf I, Tennis 2-4, Boys State 3, Berg Science Seminar 2, Scholarship
Team I, 2, Quill 84 Scroll 4.
Choir 2, 3.
Latin Club I, 2, A.F.S, 3, French Club 4, Pep Club I-3, Band I-4.
Record 3, French Club 3, Pep Club I-4, Thespians 3, 4, Speech
Club 3, 4, Nail Benders 2-4, Proiection Staff 4, A.F.S. 4.
Latin Club I, 2.
F.T.A. 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Latin Club I, 2, Pep Club I-4,
Guidance Aide I, Office Aide 4, Clinic Aide 3, GALS 3, 4.
Record Staff 4, Spanish Club I, 2, Speech Club 3, Dramatics 3,
Library Aide I, Hall Guard 4.
Latin-Club T, 2, French Club 4, Dramatics 4, Tennis I, 2, Band
I-4, Secretary-Treasurer 3.
National Honor Society 4, Student Council 2, 4, Choir T-3, Band
l, Science Club 2, GALS 3, 4, Vice President 4, Treasurer 3.
Pep Club I, Band T-4.
Football T-4, Baseball 4.
Record Staff 4, Class Secretary I-4, F.T.A. 4, Band 1, Spanish Club
1, 2, 4, Vice-President 4, Pep Club 2-4, Dramatics 3, Clinic Aide 4.
Spanish Club I, 2, Dramatics 4, Football I-4.
Spanish Club l, 2, Pep Club 3, 4, GALS 3, 4.
Amherstonian 2, National Honor Society 4, F.T.A. I, 2, Latin
Club I, 2, French Club 4, Pep Club I-3, Ofifce Aide 3, 4, Hall
Football 3, 4.
Business Education Club 2-4, Secretary 4, Pep Club l-4, Office
Aide 3, 4.
Latin Club l, 2, French Club 4, Speech Club 2, Drarnatics 3, Hall
Guard 3, 4, Band 'I-3, American Legion Essay Contest 2.
Latin Club T, 2, Track 4, Football 3, 4.
Pep Club 3, 4, Golf I-3, Cross Country 3, Football 2, 4, Basketball
I-4, Baseball 4.
Business Education Club 2-4, Pep Club T-4, Band 'I-4.
Track 3, 4.
Amherstonian 3, 4, Class Vice'President 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, French Club
2, 3, Thespians 4, Dramatics 3, Nail Benders 3, Library Aide 3, 4,
Hall Guard 4, Cross-Country 3, Track 2, Tennis 3, 4, Band I-4,
Amherstonian T-3, Class Treasurer I, 2, National Honor Society
3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, French Club 4, Library Aide 3, 4, Announcer
I, Tennis 'I-3, Science Club 3, 4, Berg Science Seminar 2, 3,
World Affairs Institute 3, American Legion Essay Contest 2,
Scholarship Team I-4, AFS 3, Treasurer 4, Chorus 2, Radio Club 'l.
Spanish Club 'l, 2, Track l, 2, Basketball Manager I-4, Baseball
F.T.A. 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Choir l, 2, AFS 4.
"Oh, vous savez!"
Spanish Club 2, Band I, Football 3.
F.T.A. 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Business Education Club 4, Pet
Club 3, 4, Band T-4, AFS 3.
Swim Team 3, Chess 8. Checker Club l.
Record Staff 1-4, National Honor Society 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Frencl
Club 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 4, President 4, Pep Club I-4, Dramatic
4, Guidance Aide 4, Announcer 4, Cheerleader 2-4, Basketbal
Attendant 2, Girls State 3, Scholarship Team l, GALS 3, Quill anc
Scroll 4. .
Cross'Country 2, 3, Track I, 2.
Business Education Club 4, Art Club 4, Secretary 4.
National Honor Society 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Latin Club T, 2, Frencl
Club 3, 4, President 4, Hall Guard 4, Tennis I-4, Science Club 3
Scholarship Team 2-4.
Pep Club 3, 4, Cafeteria Aide 4, Track l, 2, Football I-4, Basket
ball l-4, Baseball 3, 4.
National Honor Society 4, Student Council 2, French Club 4
Spanish Club 'I, 2, Office Aide I, Hall Guard 2-4, Boys State 3
American Legion Essay Contest 2.
KLEKOTA, LEE ANN
Latin Club I, French Club 3, 4, Pep Club I, 2, Basketball At
Scholarship Team 2.
Record Staff 4, Class Treasurer 2, Hall Guard 4, Football l.
Record Staff 4, National Honor Society 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Historiar
4, Latin Club l, 2, French Club 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Library Aide
3, 4, Hall Guard 4, Band I-4, AFS 4.
French Club 4, Choir i, Dramatics 4, Hall Guard 3, Football I,
Baseball 2, 4.
Business Education Club 3, Pep Club 4, Cafeteria Aide 4, GALS
Amherstonian 4, F.N.A. 4, Latin Club l, 2, Pep Club I-4, Thespians
2-4, Speech I-3.
Record Staff 4, Speech Club 3, Track I, 2, Football I.
Business Education Club 2-4.
Pep Club 2-4, Band I-4.
Amherstonian 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Latin Club I, 2,
French Club 3, Science Club 3, 4, Berg Science Seminar 2-4,
Scholarship Team I, 2, 4.
Arnherstonian 3, 4, Record Staff I, 2, National Honor Society 3,
4, Secretary 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Student Council I-4, Treasurer 3,
Secretary 4, French Club 3, 4, Spanish Club I, 2, 4, Secretary 2,
Pep Club 'I-4, Cheerleader 2, 4, AFS 3, 4, Secretary 3, GALS 3, 4.
Record Staff 4, F.N.A. I, French Club I, 2, Pep Club 4, Choir
3, 4, Vice-President 4, Clinic Aide I, AFS 3, GALS 3.
Business Education Club 3, Pep Club 4.
Pep Club I-4, Track I, Football I.
Texas I, F.T.A. I, Pep Club 4, Spanish Club I, Business Education
Club I, F.N.A. 4.
Amherstonian 4, Class President 2, 4, Class Vice-President I,
National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, French
Club Treasurer 4, Spanish Club 2, Library Aide 3, Tennis I-4,
Band i-4, Science Club I, Vice-President 4, Basketball I-4, Boys
State 3, Berg Science Seminar 2-4, Scholarship Team I-3, AFS 3,
4, Treasurer 3.
Pep Club, Chorus.
Cheerleader I, 2, Nature Club I, F.H.A. I, 2.
Record Staff 3, Latin Club i, Pep Club 2, 3, Thespians 2-4, Nail
.Benders 2-4, Cross-Country 2, Art Club 4.
F.N.A. 4, Latin Club 1, 2, French Club 4, Pep Club I-3, Cheer-
leader I, Band I.
Latin Club 'I, 2, French Club 4, Pep Club I-3, Hall Guard 4, Band I.
Choir 'I-3, Football Attendant I.
Spanish Club I, 2, Hall Guard 3, 4, Track I, Football I.
Amherstonian 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council I-4,
Vice-President 3, President 4, Latin Club I, 2, President 2, Tennis
2-4, Band I-4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Basketball I-4, World
Affairs Institute 3.
Choir 2-4, Thespians 2-4, Treasurer 4, Speech Club 2, 3, Nail
Benders 2, 3, Quiz Bee 3, Football I, AFS 3.
Hall Guard 4, Track I, 3, Football I, 2, 4.
Choir 2, 3, Hall Guard 4.
Record Staff 4.
Pep Club I-4, Choir 2, Speech Club 2, 3, Art Club 4, Vice-Presi-
Latin Club I, 2, Choir I, Hall Guard 2, Cross-Country 3, 4, Tennis
2-4, Captain 4.
Amherstonian 4, Record Staff 4, French Club 4, Pep Club I, 2,
Thespians 2-4, Vice-President 4, Secretary 3, Speech Club' 2, 3,
President 3, Nail Benders I-4, Projection Staff 4, Cheerleader I,
AFS 4, Secretary 4.
Business Education Club 4, Pep Club 3.
Amherstonian 2-4, National Honor Society 4, F.T.A. 4, Spanish
Club I, 2, Quiz Bee 3, Golf I, Tennis 2-4, Band I-4, Science Club 3.
Record Staff 4, Pep Club 2, Choir 2, 3, Clinic Aide 2, 3.
Record Staff 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Spanish Club l, 2, Pep Club 4, Clinic
Aide 3, 4.
F.T.A. 3, 4, Latin Club 2, French Club 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Thespians
3, 4, Guidance Aide 4, Football Attendant 2, AFS 4.
French Club 2, 3, Track I, 2, Football 'I-4, Basketball I, Baseball
Amherstonian 4, Student Council 3, 4, Spanish Club I, 2, Hall
Guard 3, Tennis 3, 4, Science Club 4, AFS 4.
Class Treasurer 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Pep Club I-4, President 4,
Cheerleader I-4, Football Queen 4, Football Attendant 3.
Student Council 3, 4, Latin Club I, 2, French Club 4, Business
Education Club 3, 4, Pep Club I-4, Office Aide 4, Maiorette 3,
4, Cheerleader I, 2, Band 'I-4, Sweetheart Attendant 2.
Track I, Football I-4, Basketball I, Baseball 2-4.
French Club 2, 3, Pep Club 1-4.
Record Staff 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1-3.
F.T.A. 1-3, Latin Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1-4, Choir 1-4, Thespians
3, 4, Nail Benders 3, 4.
Amherstonian 2-4, Business Manager 4, National Honor Society 4,
Office Aide 3, 4, Cafeteria Aide 3, Science Club 3, Secretary-
Treasurer 4, Girls State 3, Quill 81 Scroll 4.
French Club 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, Basketball
Latin Club 1, 2.
Latin Club 1, 2, Office Aide 4, Band 1, 2.
Dramatics 2, Nail Benders 2, Cafeteria Aide 3.
Record Staff 4, Choir 4, Library Aide 1, Hall Guard 4.
Record Staff 3, 4, French Club 4, Dramatics 1-3, Hall Guard 4,
Football 2, Baseball 1-4.
Business Education Club 2-4, Pep Club 1-4, Library Aide 2, Hall
Guard 4, Maiorettes 2-4, Band 1-4.
Record Staff 2, 3, Pep Club 2-4, Cross-Country 1-4, Track 1-4,
Spanish Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, Choir 1-4, Thespians 2.
F.T.A. 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Pep Club 2-4, Choir 1-5, Speech Club
3, Library Aide 3, 4, Clinic Aide 2, 4, Band 1-3.
National Honor Society 4, French Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2,
Pep Club 2-4, Guidance Aide 4, Admiral King 1, Band 1, Orches-
Amherstonian 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Student Council 2, 3,
Business Education Club 2-4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Office Aide
3, Girls State iAlternate1 3, AFS 4, Secretary 4, Quill 81 Scroll 4,
Latin Club 1.
Latin Club 1, 2, Science Club 1, 2.
Business Education Club 2-4, Pep Club 1-4, Speech Club 3, Library
Aide 2, Hall Guard 4, Band 1-4.
Latin Club 1, 2, Track 1-3, Football 1-4, Basketball, Manager 1.
Amherstonian 4, Record Staff 4, National Honor Society 4, F.T.A.
3, 4, Secretary 4, F.N.A. 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2, Pep Club
4, Choir 1-4, Clinic Aide 4, Science Club 3, Scholarship Team 1,
AFS 4, GALS 4.
Vice-President 4, National Honor Society 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, President
4, Student Council 2, Latin Club 1, 2, French Club 4, Pep Club
1-4, Vice-President 4, Secretary 3, Guidance Aide 4, Office Aide
2, Maiorette 1-4, Band 1-4.
SNEED, MARY ANN
Amherstonian 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Business Education Club 2,
Dramatics 2, Library Aide 3, 4.
Record Staff 2, Vice-President 2, F.N.A. 2, 3, Latin Club 1, French
Club 4, Pep Club 1-3, AFS 4.
Art Club 4, President 4.
Pep Club 1-3, Thespians 1-4, President 3, Speech Club President 2,
Treasurer 3, Nail Benders 1-3, Track 1, Football 1, 2.
Amherstonian 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Hall Guard 4, AFS 4.
Choir 3, 4, Thespians 1-4, President 4, Vice-President 3, Speech
Club 1-3, Nail Benders 1-4, Library Aide 2-4, Announcers 3, 4,
Best Thespian 3.
Nail Benders 2, 3.
Record Staff 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Dramatics 2, 4, Hall Guards 3,
4, Cross-Country 3, Basketball 2, 4, Baseball 3, 4.
Amherstonian 3, 4, Record Staff 2, National Honor Society 3, 4,
F.T.A. 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Latin Club 1, 2, French Club 4, Secretary
4, Pep Club 1-4, Thespians 2, Band 1-4, Scholarship Team 1-4,
Quill and Scroll 4, Co-Valedictorian 4.
Art Club 4.
Anything you can do, I can do better
Student Council 35 Spanish Club I, 25 Library Aide I, 25 Hall Guard
35 Golf 45 Science Club I-35 Basketball T.
Spanish Club I, 25 Band I.
Cross Country I5 Track 25 Football 2, 4.
Latin Club I, 25 Pep Club 2, 35 Choir 3, 45 Thespians 3, 45
Dramatics 25 Nail Benders 2, 3, 45 Golf 2, 3, 45 Football Manager
F.N.A. 25 Business Education Club 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Clinic Aide
25 Hall Guard 45 Band I-4.
Student Council 4, Latin Club I, 25 French Club 45 Cafeteria Aide
3, 45 Football 3, 4.
Thespians I-45 Nail Benders I-4.
Latin Club I, 25 Hall Guard 2-45 Football I5 Baseball I.
Student Council 45 French Club 45 Spanish Club 45 Secretary 45
Dramatics 45 AFS 45 Exchange Student from Brazil.
Record Staff 3, 45 A'CappeIIa I-45 Secretary-Treasurer 45 Chorale
25 Dramatics 3, 4.
Spanish Club I, 2.
Amherstonian 2-45 Record Staff 3, 45 National Honor Society 3,
45 F.T.A. 3, 45 Latin Club I, 25 Secretary 25 French Club 45 Pep
Club 35 Thespians 2-45 Speech Club 35 Nail Benders 2, 35 Library
Aide I-45 President 45 Vice-President 35 Treasurer 25 GALS 3, 45
Scholarship Team 2.
Record Staff I-45 Student Council 35 Pep Club I-45 Hall Guard 3,
45 Cross-Country 35 Football I5 Basketball I-4.
Science Club 3.
Spanish Club I, 25 Golf 25 Baseball I, 3, 4.
Choir 3, 45 Thespians 2-45 Nail Benders 2, 3.
Spanish Club I, 25 Business Education Club 2-45 Pep Club 3, 45
Amherstonian Staff 3, 45 Record Staff I, 25 F.N.A. 2, 45 F.T.A.
45 Latin Club I, 25 French Club 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Guidance Aide
45 Clinic Aide 45 AFS 3, 4.
Spanish Club I, 25 Hall Guard 3, 4.
Track 35 Band I-3.
Amherstonian Staff 3, 45 Co-editor 45 Record Staff 45 National Honor
Society 45 F.N.A. 25 F.T.A. 3, 45 Vice-President 45 Latin Club 'I,
25 French Club 45 Pep Club 35 Hall Guard 3, 45 AFS 45 Scholarship
Team I, 25 Quill and Scroll 4, President 45 Salutatorian 4.
Latin Club 1, 25 French Club 45 Pep Club 25 Speech Club 35 Band
Cafeteria Aide I, 2.
Latin Club I.
Spanish Club I, 25 Pep Club I-35 Choir I-35 Thespians 3, 45 Nail
F.N.A. 45 French Club 45 Pep Club 'I-35 Clinic Aide 45 AFS 4.
Spanish Club I, 25 Hall Guard 4.
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Powers Elementary School
Marion L. Steele High School
Class of I965
223 Main S+.
"Phone YU 8-4lc':-3 for
a Wave of Beau+y"
Lo+s of Success
Class of I965"
Steven Paul Arnoczky, bequeath my spotless reputation and good
name to Cary Grocott.
Roger Aschenbach, bequeath my 800 miles of hard running, l
brand new pair of Adidas track shoes, and i pulled tendon to
Martha Bach, bequeath my grapes to Mrs, Wallace.
Patricia Bair, bequeath my Algebra ll grade to Jim Gammons.
Cathleen Bartish, bequeath my place in Mrs. Reichert's gym line
to Greg Godfrey.
Karen Bartlome, bequeath my small little corner in the library,
and all the work left there to Myrna Lewis.
Judie Bartlome, bequeath my ability with "crazy foam" to Glen
Al Baxter, bequeath my beat-up shop locker to any shop II
Bud Becker, bequeath my ability to be so gentle on the basketball
floor to Tim Nagy.
Mary Beesing, bequeath my love for gym class to Nancy Black.
Barbara Berner, bequeath my seats in math and science classes
to Julie Miller. Y
Bill Boden, bequeath my ability to throw the discus to Gary Pete.
Nick Bogoievich, bequeath my seven French Ill books to Greg
Tim Bohanon, bequeath my ability to get suspended to anybody
who wants it.
Ron Borman, bequeath my striped baseball uniform to Pat Thomp-
Carolyn Brandies, bequeath my position in the cheering line to
Corinne Brandt, bequeath my ability to fall off the horse in gym
to Jill Studd.
Sharon Bruce, bequeath my partly used bottles of "Miss Clairol"
to Pat Gallagher.
Susan Cherry, bequeath my continuous, outstanding, unaward-
winning typing ability to Sandi Virag.
Donnis Cogar, bequeath my ability to stay out of detention hall
to Claude Cogar.
Judi Collins, bequeath my ability to ruin pompom routines to
Pat Conry, bequeath my amazing co-ordination on the gym ap-
paratus to Eva Buchs.
Bob Cook, bequeath my old, worn-out clothes to Janice Mulford.
Clifford Cordy, bequeath my ability to fill out activity sheets to
next year's seniors.
Connie Criss, bequeath my gigantic height to Dennis Dodson.
Joseph Danicki, bequeath my hot-running Buick to my brother Tom.
Beverly Davidson, bequeath my ability to remember F.T.A. meetings
to Marilyn Berta.
Jim Davidson, bequeath my purple, green, and maroon stripeu
golf cap to Mike Szekely.
Karen Davisson, bequeath my ability to get the best parking place:
to my sister Mildred.
Joyce Deidrick, bequeath my horseback-riding ability to Becky
Joanne Deiner, bequeath my desk to Harriett McKown.
Carol DeMarco, bequeath my superior ability to be noisy and
win arguments with Mr. Hudak to Judi Reese.
Joyce Derrick, bequeath my outstanding musical ability to Rutll
Gould because she needs it.
Cheryl Dodson, bequeath my pair of stilts to any girl who has
a tall guy.
Jean Dolyk, bequeath my position as secretary of the Library
Club along with its many duties to Kathy Druga.
Tim Donnell, bequeath my superior driving skill and my Mustang
G. T. to Tenant Nabakowski.
Jane Donnelly, bequeath my two speeds, slow and stop, to Jeff
Dennis Draper, bequeath my ability to do iust enough to get
by to Claude Cogar.
Linda Dudush, bequeath my ability to skip all GALS practices
to Pam Whyte.
Jim Edwards, bequeath my big heart, wonderful self, and strong
ankles, to Charles "Salt" Towne.
Barbara Ehman, bequeath my unused temporaries and great skill
for driving to Nancy Laing.
Kay Emmerick, bequeath my love for sports to next year'sl
Amherstonian sports editor.
Robert Evans, bequeath my motorcycle to anyone else who wants
to beat Mr. Robinson's Dodge.
Alba Figueroa, bequeath my ability to get along with Miss Koontz
to my brother, Johnny.
Jim Ford, bequeath my ability to get along with the teachers to
my brother, Larry Ford.
Brenda Kaye Franklin, bequeath my Southern accent to Jenny Kopp.
Cathy Friend, bequeath my ability to get yelled at in English class
to Nancy Laing.
Michael Fuhrman, bequeath my faithful basset, Cleo, to Ken
Terrance L. Galusha, bequeath.my great outstanding dramatic, stage
production ability to Miss Koontz.
Diane Gambish, bequeath my holey, smelly gym sneakers to Karen
Marie Gargasz, bequeath my huge, spacious locker 15425 to anyone
who is going steady.
Timothy Garn, bequeath my attitude toward senior teachers to
any upcoming junior boy.
Gerry Gatten, bequeath my doubles partner and my undying
loyalty to Mr. Hicks to Scott Coverdale.
Thomas Russell Giasomo, bequeath my incomparable ability to be
scored upon to any poor soul who would possibly wish to assume
Patricia Ann Gillenwater, bequeath my grades in government to
Lamar Gillespie, bequeath my parking spot on Washington Street
to anyone who wants wet feet.
Diane Gelsanliter, bequeath my three years of having my locker
next to Gizmo to Diana Womack.
Rita Goodwin, bequeath my pipe and tobacco to Jenny Kopp.
Patrick Grasso, bequeath my terrific Polak jokes to John Polansky.
Linda Gressler, bequeath my ability to type and run around the
halls to Cary Grocott.
Geoffrey L. Grob, bequeath my school, Marion L. Steele, to Acme
Tim Grocott, bequeath my ability to tame animals to Jim Ryan.
Rebecca Groth, bequeath my GAL's presidency to any junior boy
who thinks he can keep the meetings quieter than l can.
Linda Grundy, bequeath my ability to take people by surprise
when they're least expecting it to Jane Schoemig.
Terry Hall, bequeath my new can of Brylcreem to John Polansky.
Pamela Jean Harlan, bequeath my towering height to little Tim
Richard Harmych, bequeath my ranky football locker and clothes
to Delbert Mack.
Virginia Harvey, bequeath my wrinkled gym suit, dirty gym shoes,
and baggy socks to Diane Andrews.
Heather Henderson, bequeath my Apollo gym suit and "Right
Guard" to my brother, Lester Henderson.
Allen Hershberger, bequeath my ability to get along with Mr.
Mizer to Bob Bartlome.
Dennis Hill, bequeath my football abilities, especially warming
the bench, to Jim Ryan.
Sharon Hillyard, bequeath my busy senior year to any lucky,
Diane Hoffman, bequeath my English composition grades and love
for conformity to Julie Miller.
Michael Hohla, bequeath my ability to get along with Mr. Tousley
to Jess Swartz.
Ken Holley, bequeath my fine ability to drop soap in the shower
room to John Polansky.
Pamela Homer, bequeath the fun I had being the only girl in
a speech class full of boys to some lucky girl next year.
Charles Hook, bequeath nothing to anyone Cl'm taking it all with
Albert Hook, bequeath nothing to anyone. CWhat's good enough
for Charles is good enough for me.D
Richard Horn, bequeath my half of a slightly-used laser to Bill Bring.
Doug Huffman, bequeath the basketball team to Mike Szekely.
Pat Huson, bequeath my chemistry notebook, chemistry intelligence,
test tubes, and ability to pass to Peggy Nabakowski.
Donald James, bequeath my skateboard to Mr. Krohe.
Anyce Johnson, bequeath my alto clarinet to anyone who enioys
John Johnson, bequeath my school and heated locker to my brother,
Lynda Joyce, bequeath my superfast starting signal to Jenny Kopp.
Joe Kapucinski, bequeath my '58 Chevy wagon with all its smashed
fenders to Bill Mitchell.
Kathy Kassu, bequeath my Hunky accent to anyone who is Hun-
Gerald Kelley, bequeath my stolen tennis balls to Dennis Northeim.
Kelly King, bequeath my bruising football tactics to the bruiser,
John Kirchgessner, bequeath my' golden shamrock of knowledge
and gift for gab to Mary Malloy.
Lee Ann Klekota, bequeath my seat in French ll and my ability
to graduate to my little brother Greg.
Bob Koba, bequeath all of my understanding teachers, little used
text books, and old tests to Sherry Habant.
Keith Kocsis, bequeath my ability to write good headlines to
Mariorie Kosakowski, bequeath my four wonderful years in the
Amherst High School Band to Martha Woodings,
Sharynn Lee Kossow, bequeath my "Marvelous" years at M. L. S. to
Tom DeCarlo and W. C.
Mike Kovach, bequeath my tremendous basketball ability to Dave
Roberta Krause, bequeath my great times and many problems to
Bob Kreeger, bequeath my nickname "Kraut" to Bill Derrick.
Ray Kroll, bequeath my ability to study for tests at the last
minute to Bill Boden.
Nada Lantz, bequeath my love for M. L. S. to Kay McMullin.
Lesley Lavish, bequeath my good reputation to my sister Kris.
Jim Layne, bequeath my four unfortunate years at M. L. S. ffive
coming upi to underclassmen.
Wendell Layne, bequeath my parking spot to my brother, Gary.
Barbara Leslie, bequeath my knitting ability to Kathleen Leslie.
Linda Lower, bequeath my funafilled senior year to Carroll Cather.
Larry Long, bequeath my good times at M. L. S. to my sister Sallyf
she'll need them to combat the bad ones.
Sue Loutzenhiser, bequeath my uncanny ability to do superb term
papers the night before they are due to Delbert Mack.
Bonnie McCartney, bequeath my sophomore year grades, my par-
ents, and my kazoo to Kenn McCartney.
Harriett McKown, bequeath my ability to pass economics and soci-
ology to Eva Buchs.
Tom Maines, bequeath my "409" Corvair to Kathy Rogers.
Sandra Marr, bequeath my problems to Eva Buchs.
Christopher H. Marty, bequeath my ability to dunk the ball
before the game to Keith Kurish.
Sheila Miller, bequeath my ability to meet nice looking band
leaders to any unfortunate female.
Thomas Miller, bequeath my fine imported red blue sneakers to
Diane Mischka, bequeath my ability to lose people's clothes to
Sandie Mitchell, bequeath my ability to flunk Mr. l.yle's psychology
quizzes to my poor, unfortunate brother.
Virginia Morris, bequeath my determination to finish high school
to my brother, Bill Tipton.
Dennis Moskal, bequeath my set of bald snovv tires for running
to Meat Man.
David Moyer, bequeath my ability to make the best moves at
the wrong times to Tim Nagy.
Dave Mulica, bequeath my ability to get along with certain iunior
girls lespecially at Prom timel to Richard Head.
Jim Naro, bequeath my Mickey Mouse ears to John Polansky.
Linola Nichols, bequeath my ability to drive fast and not get a
ticket to Stella Fleming,
Suezann Niskey, bequeath my speeding ability to Eva Buchs.
Charles Nott, bequeath my 1957 Pontiac and my luck for getting
in good with lavv enforcers to Tom DeCarlo.
Charlotte O'Dor, bequeath my love of soldiers and wild yen for
riding motorcycles to Darlene Canada.
Cheryl Papp, bequeath my creative ability to my sister, Lynn.
Seth Patton, bequeath my position on the tennis team and my
fine record to Cuddles Parker.
Carole Perritt, bequeath my place in the lunch line to Joyce
Judith Lynn Pikey, bequeath my ability to fail Mr. Lyle's psy-
chology quizzes to Larry Kamody.
Joyce Plato, bequeath my beloved Thespian director to Julie Miller.
Karen Policz, bequeath my ability in shorthand to Joyce Brown.
Jim Poyak, bequeath my trumpet and tennis racket to Scott Cover-
Sharon Price, bequeath my number and position in gym class to
Susan Price, bequeath my beautiful natural blonde hair and gracious
nursing ability to my sister Pat.
Cathy Pullin, bequeath my scholastic ability to Tim Nagy, so he
can get on the honor roll.
Jim Pullin, bequeath my dirty white socks to Mr. Thomas.
Greg Radovich, bequeath my good looks, pleasing personality,l
and ability to get along with Amherst girls, to Marty Aschenbach.
Richard F. Ravnikar, bequeath my terrific tennis skills, determina-
tion, and ability to choke in the clutch to little Jimmy Whizzer.
Sandra Kay Reichert, bequeath my beautiful, stunning, "natural"
blonde hair and charming ability to get along with people to
Mr. Tousley lso he too can see if blends have more funl.
Shirley Reynolds, bequeath my ability to hit telephone poles to
John Robert Ribic, bequeath my position as self-elected President
Cum Laude of the "Left-Wing Extremist" to James Frisina.
Ruthie Rittner, bequeath my ability to drive while l'm asleep to
Jeanne Robertson, bequeath my place in Mr. Michalski's government
class to Jimmy Matotek.
Lana Rogers, bequeath my Biology ll notebook to Mr. Krohe.
Judith Ann Ruminsky, bequeath my never-endless, pains-taking,
difficult job as Business Manager and errand "boy" back to Mr.
Diane Ruth, bequeath my ability in gym class, especially in the
broad lump, to Jenny Kopp.
John Sakalos, bequeath my government quiz grades to Charlie
Mary Salisbury, bequeath my shorthand textbooks and all my
notebooks and pens to Sherry Rich.
Waitman Salisbury, bequeath my shop ability to Jim Stucld.
Gary Lyman Sanders, bequeath my gym locker and gym clothes
to Gail Hiltabidel and Ron Nicholson.
William G. Schaeffer Il, bequeath my ability not to receive my
great physical education card for three nine weeks to Bob Dick-
Cheryl Schibley, bequeath my twirling ability and "stick" to
Tom Schoemig, bequeath my ability in track and cross country, as
well as my good weekends, to any hard working unclerclassman.
Carole Schoenberger, bequeath my tremendous bookkeeping ability
to Kathy Wenrich.
Judy Schubert, bequeath my mixed-up love affairs to Marilyn Berta.
Rosella Seckel, bequeath my ability to vvrite notes to other girls'
boyfriends to future guidance aides.
Marlene Sexstella, bequeath my ioys, many ideas, and frustrations
for working on the Amherstonian staff to Elaine Pozone.
Bill Simmons, bequeath my large number of high school activities
to my brother Pat.
Judy Sines, bequeath my ability to stay awake during government
class to Gary Pete.
Gilbert Slavik Jr., bequeath my book covers, football shoes, chewed
pencil, and trophies to Sam Etchaberry. '
Joyce Ellen Smith, bequeath my love of flowers to all iunior girls.
Karla Smith, bequeath my baton and maiorette boots to Sharon
Mary Ann Sneed, bequeath my dirty Tennis shoes to Sam and my
dismantled carburetor to Larry Hooker.
Linda Socotch, bequeath my used, rusty insulin needles to Greg
Steve Speckhart, bequeath my lumpy, used art eraser to my sister
Dan Sprenger, bequeath my black, ranky, high-top tennis shoes
and red knee socks to Dennis Sheller.
Tillie Sroka, bequeath my ability to stay out of detention hall
to Nancy Stanclen.
Candy Staller, bequeath my ability to attend every day of school
to my brother George.
Brian Stashick, bequeath my ability to sneak into the lunch line
to Keith McDaniel.
Ken Stempowski, bequeath my six-inch scale to Mr. Cooley.
Dick Stilgenbauer, bequeath my art of being ineligible to Dennis
Eleanor Stuber, bequeath two black eyes each to Jan Sender and
Gary Super, bequeath my tight pants and my ability to use a
skateboard to Torn Daniki.
Bob Szilvasy, bequeath my physics book and sausage to Emil Cabasi.
Dick Szmania, bequeath my skateboards and baggies to Jim Frisina.
Ester Patricia Tagliavoni, bequeath my English knowledge to Connie
Tim Tarry, bequeath my magnetic attraction to second graders to
Dana Thomas, bequeath nothing to nobody because I want every-
thing for myself.
Nancy Travers, bequeath my bassoon to Sonia Lloyd and my
dirty gym shoes and sox to Marilyn Vollmer.
Gary Trelka, bequeath my immaculate football locker and love ot'
summer practice to Terry Temple.
Dick fTinyJ Tufts, bequeath my headaches from my senior year
to Tom Danicki.
Mike Ullman, bequeath my ability to get along well with girls
to Larry Eshelman.
Stan Vaughn, bequeath my great scholastic ability and favor with
Mr. Thomas to Hank Ketterer.
Tom Vaughn, bequeath my quill pen to Geoff Grob.
Nena Vianna, bequeath my perfect English accent to Jenny Kopp.
Hilma C. Vinson, bequeath the secret of my eloquent and unique
handwriting to Mrs. Ford's art class.
John Volak, bequeath my great attitude toward high school to
Barbara Waite, bequeath my seat in trigonometry class to Julie
Jerry Walker, bequeath my slightly-used
very, very slightly-used basketball shoes to Jim Ryan,
wastebasket and my
Jack Werner, bequeath my will power to drive my motorcycle
safely at all times to Albert Crausaz.
Greg Wasiloff, bequeath my baseball spikes and Goldwater badge
to Chris Heusser.
Gaye Susanne Watts, bequeath my ability to knock odwn telephone
poles to anyone taking driver's training.
Joyce Waycaster, bequeath my respect and gratitude to the
students and faculty of M.L.S.
Sid Welch, bequeath my half of the Amherstonian co-editorship
along with half of Mr. Hicks to Mike Tevesz.
Shirley Wellman, bequeath my ability to be late to anyone who
can stand all those detentions.
Jacqueline Wenzel, bequeath my good grades in high school to
my brother, Bill.
Sandra Wiegand, bequeath my great government class along with
all those Mickey Mouse tests to Pat Raynes.
Jean Wilhelm, bequeath my ability to sneak into the house in
the wee hours of the morning to Barb Wilhelm.
Roger Wayne Wittenbrook, bequeath my little black book of past
loves to William Mitchell.
Frank E. Wnek, bequeath my cue stick with my extraordinary talent
in shooting pool to Tom Abraham.
Lauretta Joy Woodings, bequeath my ability to get passing grades
without studying to anyone without time to study.
Barbara Wurst, bequeath the other halt of the Amherstonian co-
eolitorship along with the other half of Mr. Hicks to Elaine Petrousek.
Ricki Yeager, bequeath my seat in French class and my lovely
French grades to George Balogh.
Phil York, bequeath my 3-year-old, air-conditioned gym shorts
to Angie Pecora.
John Young, bequeath the speed of my '57 Chevy to Dale Kreeger's
Jo Ann Yoworsky, bequeath my typing ability to Bob Shumaker.
Charles Yuhasz, bequeath my knowledge of Chevys to Dale Kreeger.
Jane Zilch, bequeath my ability in French l to Judy Reese.
Karen Zvosec, bequeath my rusty old horse shoes to Pat Gnizak.
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