Arthur L Johnson Regional High School - Lance Yearbook (Clark, NJ)

 - Class of 1968

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Through such as he, youth achieves, not quickly, slowly, with patience, compassion - inevitably. His time is Ours. Uniting interests of all toward one goal, Combining old and new to shape Us. He who looks ahead, not behind. Youth uses him, Youth needs him, Youth thanks him - John C. Kenny. ,,.JS.S!.. 1., M .,VV ,,.,.3.,.,. a. 'Q , ht? , s 2'9" 5 .,.vt'I" S 4 To continue On a way once paved, Yet now barely discernable To the inexperienced, Who must find Their way, The burden lightened By those having tread That same way, The pitfalls Chartedg The map' Given to youth, The destination Will be reached, Not without hardships, But with the KnowledgeandExperience Each year Has given Us. ef . ,N .Q ' Q 'af if -' , . ..,., 'M' 5' A ..,43-- A 3 ix? 3 gg' 5:21 'Q xii ' 'iii ' E' Q 5? 'ku xfwvgm, ft. 'W music V carpentry :ant .en. u ufiwf ' Q Elizabeth Ann Ammon Never a dull moment . . . cute and sociable . . . "We like someone be- cause-we love someone although" . . . Stosh. Charles Adasczik Vallorie Amicucci Sports' enthusiast . . . notable in Lends a helping hand to all , . . enf tootball and track . . . intelligence joys the quiet pleasures of life , , , Hfid PefS0f'8lifY - - t Cafeef in math elementary school teacher . . . Val. . . . Charlie. 004 wwlfblfl Patricia T. Andrade interest in cosmetology . . . desires happiness and health . . . "Life is only what you make it" . . . Pat. Peter Araneo Linda Ann Assell "We know nothing of tomorrowg our Talented actress . . . interest in crim- business is to be happy today" . . . inology . . . "Wowee! Pretty scarey!" enjoys sports and music . . . future . . . watch for her on the golf range college man . , . Pete. . . . Lin. Edward W. Baird Quiet yet personable . . . economics major . . . enjoys mental stimulation of billiards and chess . . . Ed. Jim, lumtlo, and pg hllaalwllhvnicm. Elizabeth Basile A smile for all . . . hopes to become a nurse . . . "Live for the future. not for the past" . . . bubbling person- ality . . . Liz. Georgette Balasic Donald Ballinger "Heath, happiness and success" . . . Future business administrator . . . 'ii attractive cosmetology student . . . man oi few words . . . great interest enjoys dancing . . .future beautician in sports . . . enjoys a good Ioke . . Babe. . . . Don. Martha Bartlett Desires her own beauty salon . . . creative interest . . . "You little devil . you" . . . constructs marionettes 1 . . . Martie. Jerome W. Bartlett Hopes to be an electrician . . . "lf at first you don't succeed, try try again" . . . enjoys music . . . Jerry. Janet E. Bardzik ber of A.L.J .... enjoys cooking and sewing . . . a secretary to be . . . ' . Jan. Linda E. Barto Devoted cosmetologist . . . out tor a good time . . , lots of laughs . . . enioys people . . . Bart. i 2 'A -fit Z, EE Elisabeth Christa Batich Accomplished synchronized swimmer . . . reserved manner . . . helpful nature will be asset in career as R.N .... Berry. 17 Sophisticated and softspoken mem- Gary Thomas Bieksha Will make a fine electrical engineer . . . amateur radio operator . . . college in the future . . . Smokey. Thomas C. Blaze Outstanding . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . magnetic personality . . . "Take a beating" . . . Tom. Barry G. Bowers Quick sense of humor . . . enjoys sports . . . interest in cars as a pastime . . . future in business . . . Barry. 18 Daniel T. Billy A.L.J.'s contribution to The Village . . . true individualist . . . "Listen to the colour of your dreams - it is believing" , . . Cratch. Patricia Anne Binetti Remembered for her contributions to A.L.J. . . . considering future in home economics . . . friendly . . . Pat. 1 Q . ,Q , i t W I w. hw it:-sift.: 3 J Linda C. Bonasch Sweet personality . . . will be a devoted primary school teacher avid interest in school activities . . . Linn. John T. Boytos "lNho's the guy with the flower in his lapel?" . . . A.L..l.'s nonconform- ist . . . brilliant . . . "Sunshine came softly., through my window today" . . . o n. Donna R. Bishop Fine addition to the business world . . . active participant in F.B.L.A. . . . enthusiastic sports-woman . . . Don. ew? l . Peter J. Bongiovanni Excels in many sports . . . good looks, personality and intelligence . . . winning smile . . . Bonj. Thomas J. Brennan Pleasant smile . . . Air Force and college ahead . . . interested in cars and sports . . . Tom. Cheryl Budd Regional's accomplished and versa- tile musician . . . sure success . . . intelligent and friendly . . . Cher. Gary W. Bucciarelli Coin collector . . . foresees future in dentistry . . . avid bowler . . . likes being with people . . . Butch. 3 Robert A. Brown Future in veterinary medicine . . . enjoys the outdoors . . . creative interest in woodcarving . . . Bob. Nancy Bugdon "Man is measured by that which he Ioves" . . . attractive and personable . . . luture medical assistant . . . Bugs. Paul Burger Intelligence . . . personality . outstanding in many areas science major . . . fine artist . . asset to Regional . . . Paul. Donna Buckley Fond ol travel . . . searches for lun and excitement in life . . . hopes to be a nurse . . . Crash. Candice Renee Burak Interest in people . . . "I will love you forever, plus one day" . . . appreciates quiet pleasures . . . Candy. Arlene P. Burkhardt Pleasant smile . . . aspires for a career in the business world . . . swimming and bowling . . . Ar. 19 Marialaina J. Cangelusi Likes people in general, children in particular . . . future hairdresser . . . "Do you believe?" . . . enjoys sports . . . Marie. Frank .l. Cistaro "A joke is a very serious thing" . . . service then on to mechanics . . . good-looking . . . enjoys working on cars . . . Frank. Deborah Ann Clos "Why?" . . . will attend school before entering business world . . . looks for good times . . . Debby. 20 Carol Ann Carey "How was it?" . . . cycle enthusiast . . . legal secretary to be . . . enjoys friendly correspondence . . . Carol. Laura Christine Chiravalle Future electrolysist . . . pleasant Lance member . . . "Be thankful for the opportunity to be thankful" . . . sociable and friendly . . . Laura. Jerry Castoral . Bird. Maureen Patricia Conaghan Avid interest in sports, especially water sports . . . "Yeah! Right?" . . . will attend college . . . active A.L,J.'er . . . Maur. Interests range from cars to fishing I . will remember A.L.J.'s pep rallies i- A . "life is not what it seems to be" -1 '1 Helen Marion Ciuba Emphasis on true friendship . . . shy and sweet . . . "Silence is golden" . . . further schooling in commercial arts . . . Hel. Gary Conrad Plans to enlist in the Navy . . . hopes eventually to own a sports' shop . . . interest in stock-car racing . . . Gary. Victor S. Coppleson Leslie Marie Cordascb "ls life worth living? It depends on Future in elementary education . . . the liver" . . . marine biology . . . likes sporting events . . . participant appreciates good music . . . Copp. as well as spectator . . . Leslie. John Coyle "Let's hear it for the enlist in the Navy . sports . . . Jack. IOM," . . . will . . involved in Donald W. Curran "How's it going?" . . . "What do you say?" . . . will join the Navy . . . possible career as a policeman . . . Don. Eugene Raymond Creamer Plans on civil engineering in South America . . . "Blow your mind!" . . . good looking addition to A.L..l .... Gene. James F. Curry Great personality . . . one of A.L.J.'s quickest wits . . . lun is his close companion . . . intelligence, too . . . Jimmy. Stephen Cottrell Plans on a Naval career . . . hard- working cross-country and track man . . . leisure time spent on his Suzuki . . . Steve. Susan Crosby Attractive and friendly . . . future beautician . . . enjoys music . . . likes people who act as themselves . . . Sue. L, Jacquelyn Cusumano Beauty and intelligence with an un- assuming attitude . . . an asset to all facets of school life . . . person- ality + . . . Jackie. 21 Brenda D'Agostino Attractive and iashion conscious . . . career in cosmetology . . . interested in dancing . . . Brenda. Carol Danilo "He dared to laugh at all l praised and broke my heart in little ways" . . . pretty and personable . . . future home economist . . . Carol. Vincent J. DeCristofnro A.L.J.'s contribution to the Marine Corps . . . personable . . . good looks plus charming smile . . . Nick. 22 Leo E. Daney Ed. instructor . . . Lee. Edward "There is no darkness but ignorance" Enthusiastic outdoorsman . . . "Take . . . future barber . . . interested in art Eddie. ' J. Dailey Robert Daly pianist . . . a hike" . . . looks forward to gradua- and music . . . tion and college . . . Bob. luysfluc ' -dqfeatamivzlctnmq. Arthur Decker Enjoys spending leisure time working on cars . . . plans on a future as a mechanic . . . Art. Richard DeGutis Future in advertising . . . enjoys soul Peter c' Delaandm music . . . fine sense of humor . . . A-I-vi Crusader - - - fifle SDOVlSl'f1af1 fancies himself ladies' man . . . . . . will attend college in the future Dick. . . . impish grin . . . Pete. Handsome Regional sportsman . "Unless one has something worth- while to say, say nothing" . . . Phys. jim, pulu, of nvnnim, Kenneth DeMont "A word to the wise is sufficient" . . . car mechanics . . . Air Force then possibly college . . . Demon. Jim' Imtwmn, ' Kathleen F. Ditzel Sports spectator and participant . . . campus bound in the fall . . . sweet and quiet . . . future in math . . . Kathy. Kathleen Theresa DeRogy Bright future as a wife and telephone operator . . . dancing, swimming, surfing, for fun . . . Golden Rule . . . . . . pleasant smile . . . Don. Kathie, Donald J. Desch Plans to be a tool and die maker . . . enjoys a good joke . . . fun-loving wmda, :Z f Pamela Nancy DiBiagio "Good things come in small pack- ages" . . . pert and pretty . . . pera sonality plus . . . teaching ahead . . . Pam. Diane S. Dmitczak "l love not those who love in words alone" . . . shy . . . ambition is to travel . . . devoted to good literature and piano . . . Di. 5 Marsha. Lynn A. DiBenedetto College . . . domestic hobbies . . . quiet but personable . . . fondly ree members meeting and making new friends . . . Lyn. Vernon DiFabio Enjoys the great outdoors . . . fish- ing and hunting among his hobbies . . . will pursue a career in plumbing . . . Vernon. Marsha L. Dodds Looks ahead to a modeling career . . . interest in clothes and cosmetics . . . friends are important to her . . . 23 Robert M. Dnmhrowski "That's the way it goes" . . . further schooling alter graduation . . . radio listener . . . football games . . . Bob. Sandra Dzugan Peppy . . . loves meeting new people . . . future surgical nurse . . . "Hap- piness is knowing we are loved" . . . Sandy. Robert E. Eriksen Enjoys friends . . . campus bound . . . will pursue a career in the ministry . . . "Remember that you are a man" . . . Bob. 24 Kathleen P. Dominick Lively . . . mad about Chico . . . technical schooling ahead . . . preciates leisure time . . . Kathy. Drummond Darlene Marie Well cultivated singing voice . . . career as a music major . . . singing, sewing among her varied interests . . . Color Guard . . . Dar. John G. Dugan Marines bound . . . avid gymnastic enthusiast . . . active in choral groups . . . Jack. i ,f Dennis J. Einstein "l'm not proud" . . . terrific water- sportsman . . . experience as car- penter . . . NROTC or engineering . . . Archie. Peter Erikson Will enlist in the Navy . . . future in helicopter mechanics . . . has great interest in cars and cycles . . . Pete. Raymond C. Eriksen "Happiness was meant to be shared" . . . hopes to be a dentist . . . hunts and fishes . . . likes to travel . . . Ray. Kathleen S. Faeser always neat Willowy blonde . . . planning a career in the business world . . . likes dancing . . . Kathie. Michelle M. Ferreira . . . beautiful Likes funny people locks . . . campus bound senior . . . sports-minded . . . likes a good time . . . Mic. Mark .l. Fazio Appreciates quiet pleasures . . . keeps to himself . . . to enter the business world . . . stock market . . . Mark. Robert Fanurik Great appreciation of the outdoors . . . one of RegionaI's fine wrestlers college Bo Steven Figueiredo "Success is happiness" . . . inclined toward industrial arts . . . enjoys water sports . . . football . , . Steve. Kim Frank Service in the future . . . likes being around cars . . . hopes to be an IBM programmer . . . Kim. Catherine Mary Fernandez All-around girl . . . talented singer and sportswoman . . . "So what else is new, right? . . . Boogalou. Robert Finnegan Enjoys bowling . . . car enthusiast . . . great potential as a commercial artist . . . Bob. Wayne C. Franz "Hazard zet forward" . . . college and the business world . . . Wayne. 25 Kathy Lynn French Pert and pretty . . . "Everything works out for the best" . . . on to college . . . likes being happy . . . Frog. x Robert Gable Foresees future in service . . . "A friend in need is a friend indeed" . . . car and cycle enthusiast . . . Gabe. Walter Galush "For many are called, but few are chosen" . . . looking forward to service . . . enjoys working on cars . . . Walt. 26 Susanna M. Frimm "Two hearts that beat as one" . . . dislikes snobs . , . interested in self- improvement . . . Sue. Harold Garher Derives pleasure from working on cars . . . service in the future . . . enjoys stockcar racing , . . Harry. Margaret Marie Fulton Future in cosmetology . . . "Never start anything you cannot finish" . . . horses . . . Peg. Robert F. Gabel Hopes to be electronic technician . . . avid interest in woodcanling . . . Bob. Richard D. Gals Winning smile . . . welcome addition to the field ol medicine . . . likes music and sports . . . Rich. Barbara Gare An outstanding leader . . . sparkling personality . . . devoted to anything involving Regional . . . Greek. Raymond Garthwaite "When the going gets tough, the Cathryn Gelger I tough get going!" . . . fond interest Pleasing personality . . . "Live for in sports . . . career in service . . . today" . . . likes to be active . . . Ray, horror movie tan . . . Peanuts. Anita Christine Giglio interests range from swimming to knitting . . . hopes to pursue secre- tarial career . . . sweet . . . Nita. Stephen Gima merry" . . . will . . . motorcycles . Gizz. "Eat, drink and be enlist in the Navy . . . great looking guy . . W, Karen Lee Gill Subtle beauty . . . modeling career . . . happy when she is with people . . . quiet . . . Karen, Michael Capable of achieving his goals . . . A.L.J.'s most musical . . . active senior . . . campus bound . . . Mike. 1. Ginesi Timothy George "Smile: it doesn't cost anything". . . loves the outdoors . . . success is in- evitable . . . IBM . . . Tim. Rita Marie Gillis Foresees future as English teacher . . . outstanding A.L..l. supporter... magnetic personality . . . Rita. Emil Golias Wants to live life to the fullest . . . "The truth often hurts, but it is bet- ter than a lie" . . . Emil. 27 Gregory Gorski True Regional Crusader . . . all around guy . . . Skip . . . outstand- ing in many ways . . . personality plus . . . Greg. Theresa God enthusiast . , . Terry. Jill Carole Greenberg A beautician . . . interest in dancing and drag racing . . . soulful eyes . . . dislikes rudeness . . . Jill. Dan. Susan Gulliford "Carpe Diem" . . . future journalist . . . outstanding band member . . . conservative . . . Susan. 28 "Go slowly but surely" . . . always smiling . . . foods class . . . sports Edward Grassle J. Daniel Guare Captivating smile . . . one of A.L.J.'s best . . . to know him is to like him . . . college in the future . . . .e ,.:,5g tw hard- Future in the service . . . worker . . . "For you to spend a dollar, you must earn it" . . . Ed. Nancy Ann Green Attractive and unaffected . . . campus bound senior . . . sincere and friend- ly . . . "l'm sorry" . . . Nance. . I I I 2, fam a, moment Rose Mary Guralchuk John Haber Enjoys quiet pleasures as well as social gatherings . . . "A sincere person is the best friend you can have" . . . Rose. "Tomorrow I will reform. the fool does say: the wise reply, I did so yesterday" . . . Navy . . . future mechanic . . . John. Margaret Susanne Haman Her quiet ways do not go unnoticed . . . sociology major . . . enjoys sports , . . Peggy. Patricia Anne Hancharick ality . . . future dental hygenist . . Jimi. fndazf: Sparkling smile . . . quiet person' desires lasting friendships . . . Pat. Joanne Hannis "No man is useless while he has a . friend" . . . outstanding senior . . . always having fun . . . Peace Corps volunteer . . . Jo. ll ' Ld, you, ? . .9 it wna, hand " i Benjamin Keith Harrison Marvelous sense of humor plus sen- sitivity . . . true showman . . . great potential as an actor and pianist... Ben. Michael Thomas Healy Cecilia Ann Heindel Cute. VCVSBUIG SDOriSn1an . . . "Better Pleasant newcomer to A.L,J .,.. ene to wear out than rust out" . . . joys all sports . . . promising career enjoys working on sports car . . . in business . . . fully enjoys life Mike. . . . CeCe. . . . Rich. Geary J. Harper Looks forward to travel . . . fear of shears . . . great appreciation ut folk rock . , . Harp. Ruth Haut Future in photography or dental technology . . . "If it takes forever" . . . attractive smile . . . Ruthie. Richard Heisenbottle Amateur radio buff . . , photography and architecture . , . "Ask not what your country can do for you. but what you can do for your country" Ni 29 5 I N J 1 Roger Ralph Henault A real poet . . . enjoys music . . . londy recalls A.L.J.'s announcements . . . guitar and book . . . Rog. Roseanne Helmstetter Lively addition to Regional . . . sing- ing favorite pastime . . . aspiring art teacher . . . sure success . . . Rosie. Karen D. Himpele Sweet and unassuming . . . lovely supporter of A.L.J .... nursing in the future . . . proms . . . Karen. tect . . . Greg. , V . , Elizabeth Ann Honrnheck Musically oriented . . . active in Richard Allen Herzog Future in the service . . . "Money alone cannot save man from the perils ol life" . . . likes auto mechan- ics . , . Rick. Gregory George Hoer Outdoor enthusiast . . . "Be sure you're right, then go ahead" . . . a true gentleman , . . landscape archi- Thomas Francis Horling SDOHS - - - "Surfing iS the greatest U.S. Navy . . . marriage in the near SDOVC Ever mid" - - . BBW- future . . . car enthusiast . . . always on the go , . . Tommy. 30 Joan Marie Hidi Sincere . . . true friends important . . . "Beauty is only skin deep" . . . success in a sales career . . . Joan. John Hoffman Sure sucecss in the engineering lield . . . interest in cars . . . mischievous personality . . . Hoff. Eugene Horton Quiet and sincere . . . college and service in future . . . enjoys sports of all kinds . . . Horty. Dennis M. Hoyer Bowling enthusiast . . . plans on engineering or teaching . . . an ac- tive Junior Achiever . . . sound studio . . . Dennis. Gary C. Howell Judith Ann Huff Spirited and musical . . . leisure time spent working with children . . . future nurse . . . Judy. Cars, cars, cars . . . remembers the shore every summer . . . career in U.S. Navy . . . Gary. ef ,f , 1 . Cheryl Ann Isaac Sparkling sense of humor . . . future beautician . . . "Don't worry about it" . . . Cheryl. in r K. Patricia Ann Jackey Always on the go . . . adds to Regional's school spirit . . . devoted to helping others . . . secretary . . . Pat. Barbara Mary Jacquemin Loves outdoor sports . . . future plans include business school . . . makes use of spare time . . . Barb. Bonnie-Jo Jacobson Fine writing talents on the Quest, Crusader and Lance . . . possible future in English . . . enjoys dra- matics . . . B.J. Nils Harold Johnson Enjoys school dances and football games . . . to enter the woodworking trade . . . always a smile . . . Butch. 31 William Robert Jones Delights in track and wrestling . . . future jeweler . . . talented worker . . . Bill. Michael Joseph Kamuda Friendly and good-looking . . . water sportsman . . . future in business . . . likes cabinet building . . . Mick. William Peter Kardias "Cowards die many times before their deathg the valiant taste of death but once" . . . bowler . . . friendly . . . aspires to be a rich lawyer . . . Bill. 32 Daniel X. Josephs Kal. Outstanding senior . . . National Honor Society . . . enjoys chess and checkers . . . scientifically minded ...D3ll. Theodore B. Karol Favorite pastime is working on cars . . . to join the Air Force . . . sociable but quiet . . . likes to travel . . . Ted. William G. Jurick X Well-known . . . certain success in 1 college . . . seen at all sports affairs . . . good-looking . . . Bill. John Kalwicz A valued friend . . . likes history and gym . . . hopes to become baker or electrician . . . trade school . . . Kevin Edward Kane Enjoys photography . . . career in engineering . . . hunting and fishing . a real outdoorsman . . . Kevin. Keith Kenneth Kativa Unusual sense of humor . . . finds art enjoyable . . . Ninrana . . . The Enlightened One. Matthew J. Kearney Joseph Keating Regional Crusader . . . derives en- Business world salesman . . . friendly joyment lrom sports . . . pool . . . . . . obvious sense of humor . . . cute and personable . . . Matt. Joe. sz- Elizabeth Ann Kennedy . Possible W.A,V.E .... bowling and swimming . . . hates spiders . . . "He'll find a way" . . . Betty. I Jacqueline Ruth Kenny JUN W- Kline "This, above all, to thine own self be intelligent . . . a career in biochem- true" . . . campus bound . . . active istry . . . interested in computer in choral-groups . . . pretty smile programming . . . asset to A.L.J. Jackie. . . . Jon. George J. Klitsch Takes a great interest in A.L.J.'s dramatic and musical productions . . . talented . . . musically inclined . . . George. Teresa Ann Kelly Sweet and soft-spoken . . . "Nothing happens unless you make it happen" . . . will specialize in education . . . Terri. William Kitsun Dislikes filling out forms . . . will enter the service . . . pleasant per- sonality . . . Bill. Patricia Ann Kohus Loves to dance and have fun . . . interested in beauty culture . . . fun to be with . . . "What leisure time?" . . . Pat. 33 James E. Koch, Jr. Actively involved in all aspects of A.L.J. life . . . a truly outstanding senior . . . assured success in any endeavor . . . a really nice guy . . . Jim. Wayne Koehler Charles Koester Navy bound . . . avid machinist . . . Future naval career . . . appreciates enjoys outdoor sports . . . further 'professionally played sports . . . likes schooling . . . Wayne. gym . . . avid fisherman . . . Charlie. Karen Anne Kondrasewio Derives satisfaction from music . . . talented . . . "All the world is a stage on which each man must play his part" . . . Karen. Helen Kovach Enjoys the mountains at dusk . . . future cosmetologist . . . values friendships highly . . . horseback riding . . . Helen. J l l l 6. . know L- le, Mindel Krakauer Scientific research ahead . . . appre- ciates silence and beauty . . . respect- ful and respected . . . Mini. Gail Ann Krebs Lovely 1967 Prom attendant . . . future in cosmetology . . . domestic qualities as well . . , Gail. 34 Joseph J. Kulhaha Judith Mary Kuspiel "Come on" . . , further schooling Medical technology ahead . . . "Live ahead . . . "Take it easy" . . . water and let live" . . . laughter . . . "day- sportsman . . . interested in basket- dream believer" . . . football games ball . . . Joe. . . . Judie. Emily Y. LaBate ure secretary. . . always busy . . . Fut "Every life is a work of art, shaped by the man who lives it" . . . Lee. fnnmtani Im. the mind,- mllcqy. Ananda, Eileen Marie Lesko "Think twice before you speak" . . . secretarial training after graduation . . . organist . . . amateur designer . . . Eileen. Thomas James Lawler Navy in his future . . . on to college for data processing . . . quick sense of humor . . . likes a good time . . . Root. Patrick James Laden Interested in photography . . . career in Air Force or commercial flying . . . "Power of knowledge" . . . Pat. John A. Leary "The laborer is worthy of his re- ward" . . . career in electronics . . . homeroom . . . likes cars . . . Jack. Valerie Jane LeWand Long, lovely locks . . . future ele- mentary school educator . . . fem- inine yet sports' minded . . . Val. Lynne Karen Lawson Sweet nature of a future nurse . . . lovely voice . . . Bel Canto . . . en- joys music . . . Lynn. sfsfififf ' John Lesak Service awaits this unassuming guy after graduation . . . rather quiet . . . pleasant smile . . . John. Marla Lewis Expressive and talented folksinzer . . . interests range from yoga to colloids . . . product of our times . . . Marla. 55 Susan Lipka Interested in the art and fashion worlds . . . enioys bowling, twirling and dancing . . . New York . . . Sue. Martha Lorenz Foresees future as translator . . . enjoys mountain climbing . . . showers . . . attractive . . . A.L.J.'er . . . Mot. Elaine Malmherg Enjoys dancing and playing the piano . . . interest in medicine . . . "The future remains forever in the sounds of silence" . . . Elaine. 56 Robert E. Liscak Regional bowler . . . interested in people . . . definite ideas . . . Bob. Bel Canto . . . band be a professional trumpet player . appreciates art . Locher . . . aspires Thomas J. . . Tom. to Deborah Lockhart Peppy new comer . . . likes funny people and hamburgers , . . devoted cosmetologist . . . always happy . . . Spider. Ronald Madjeski Interested in sports and food . . . future in college or the service . . . dislikes questionnaires . . . Ron. Margaret Manelski A future in the secretarial field . "This is the end" . . . contented with the world . . . nature lover . . . Peggy. Jody Major "Nothing is wasted that makes mem' ones" . . . possible career in IBM . . . likes painting . . . enjoys the shore . . . Jet. Marianne Joyce Manfredo Will make an attractive secretary . . . places great value on friendships . . . dislikes conceit . . . Mare. Robert E. Mattern "Kind of a dragg" - not this guy . . . well-known A.L..l. sportsman . . . who couIdn't like him? . . . Bob, Thomas J. Manning 1 Future in the Navy . , . a career in 5 ' electronics . . . enjoys having a good . time . . . Tom. James McCarroll Electronics and service ahead a great personality . . . "Sak THE" . . - MHC. Joyce E. McManamy Future history teacher . . . Powder Puff power . . . "The hardest part of walking is taking the first step" . . . Itch. Maureen Anne Marrln "To love life is to live it" . . . con- genial to all . . . loves the unexpected . . . future in nursing . . . Maure. if 'io Peter Martin Likes a good time . . . forsees time in the service . . . the Golden Rule . . . Pete. Barbara Jean Mccutcheon "Tc be without friends is the most serious kind of poverty" . . . outstand- ing senior . . . opinions respected . . . Barb. .tum Maureen McNamara College-bound beauty . . . active . . . future English major . . . allur- ing voice and smile . . . Renee. 37 Lora McPartland Peppy and attractive . . . liked by all . . . will attend secretarial school . . . happiness . . . Lenny. Edward R. Miller Enjoys boating and fishing . . . sales- man . . . football games . . . college in the future . . . an electrician . . . Randy. Todd Miller Service is in the future . . . interested in working with machines . . . pleas- ant personality . . . Todd. 38 Chester M. Melli "Today I gave everything l had" . . . good-looking sportsman . . . known and liked by all . . . Mel. Lynn Merkel . . . Lina. Marina Misiewicz Little bundle of energy . . . future peace corps volunteer . . . Charlie Brown and flowers . . . seamstress . . . Peanut. Our peppy cheerleading captain . . . talent, personality, intelligence . . . theater arts major . . . Junior Miss Michael Mickelson Opinionated individual . . . thoroughly aware of today's world . . . seeks career as a teacher . . . anti-war movement . . . Mike. Richard A. Miller Outstanding scholar and athlete . .. "Whatever you choose tc beg be the best" . . . will make dedicated phy- sician . . . Rich. James V. Montefusco Terrific personality . . . pride of the . . looks forward to col- Monte. Crusaders . lege . . . Eileen Moran colleen Moore Major in elementary education . . . Well-known A.L.J.'er . . . school spirit sportswoman . . . values friendships . . . enjoys water sports . . . future as . . . "Happiness is passing chemistry" a beautician . . . Col. . . . l. Ellen Joyce Mueller Vivacious cheerleader . . . skillful seamstress . . . will make a lovely airline stewardess . . . Ellen. Ellen Myra Nadler Sweet and likable . . . derives pleas- ure from folk music and long drives . . . college bound . . . Ellen. Fred Muller Cycle enthusiast . . . hopes to be a tool and die maker . . . interested in machines . . . "ain't got none" . . . Fritz. Carol Sue Nelson One of the most outstanding and ac- tive seniors of '68 . . . her friendship is highly valued . . . intelligence + . . . Carol. Glenn R. Moran "For success to be success, there must be a possibility of failure" . .. quiet . . . scholarly . . . future accountant . . . Glenn. Kathleen Murphy Outgoing girl . . . interests from bowling to modern art . . . values friendships . . . Murph. Patricia Gaye Neuhaus "This blessed plotg this earthy this realmg this England" . . . definite ideas about life . . . creative nature . . . Patty Gaye. 39 Patrick Noce enjoys working with machines . . . Peter Oliveri HPPVSCIHES .SQMUGG and ITS DISQS' A talented photographer . . . enjoys ures . - - dislikes running the mile . architectural drawing . . . desires - - A Pat, wealthy future . . . Pete. Christel Nordhausen Patricia 0'Connell Quiet and intelligent . , . likes sew. Attractive . . . never a dull moment ing and baking . . . "lt is not hgw . . . enjoys and values friends . . . long, but how well we Iive" . . . to be a journalist . . . "Life is what Chris. you make it" . . . Pat. James Unembo An outdoor sportsman . . . college . . . ladies' man . . . enjoys week-end activities . . . Jimmy. Jmia, nf, - .apo-rm., ' Armando Orsini Industrious Senior Class president . . . drive, talent, ambition . . . liked by all . . . opinions valued . . . Armie. Susan Marie Palma Lynne Palmquist Dedicated color guard . . . a sincere Career in business . . . enjoys a friend , . .foreign diplomatic service good time with friends . . . desires ahead . . . art enthusiast . . . Sue. happiness in marriage . . . Lyn. William Osmanski A popular football player . . . lond memories of freshman history class . . . desires a college education . . . Ozzie. 40 A Kathleen Parenti Friendly smile . . . a sympathetic listener and sincere friend . . . nurses' training . . . gym class . . . Kathy. 67laqA,anaL.b ,wwm.4,arwL ' Carol Jean Pinkham Consideration and interest in others . . . career in nursing . . . sincere friend . . . asset to Regional . . . "Golden Rule" . . . Pink. - fi. June N. Park A promising beautician or stewardess . . . pretty . . . admires honesty . . . remembers Homeroom 32 . . . June. Q . 15 il r Nancy Gail Paulmenn Intelligent. witty, peppy . . . "Happi- ness is having wonderful friends" . . . loves children . . . future teacher . . . Nancy. Janice Ann Pevarnik Loves country life . . . horseback riding . . . talented and imaginative soft-spoken . . . enjoys and appreciates art . . . Janice. Robert M. Penyak Cars . . . motorcycles . . . plans to serve our country in Marines . . . state trooper . . . quiet manner . . . Bob. Sheila Laverne Pfeiffer Hobbies include singing and acting . . . desires to become an elemen- tary music teacher . . . Sheila. Thomas M. Pinkin Architect . . . "be good, etc." . . . versatile . . . frequently seen roaming the halls . . . devoted to his friends . . .Tom. Paula Suzanne Platt Crazy about surfing . . . fondly re- members victory parties . . . often quiet . . . art . . . Paula. 41 Raymond James Powell Derives pleasure from working with small machines . . . service in the future . . . seeks career in cabinet- making . . . Ray. Barbara Ann Patignano IBM computer training ahead . . . loves to laugh . . . remembers fun at dances . . . crazy about motor- cycle rides . . . Pots. Marilyn Joyce Prish Finds sewing and sports pleasurable . . . "To err is human, to forgive is divine" . . . active in A.L.J. life . . . Marilyn. Douglas J. Proe Important member of "our team" . . . college ahead . . . most athletic . . . always friendly . . . Neck. Thomas Prohammer "You're out of sight, man!" . hopes to have his own garage . . will join the Navy . . . Mr. 09. Dorothy T. Quinn Desires a trip to Leprechaun Land . . . loves horses . . . sparkling smile Paul RByllDldS - - - fuillfe PVWSICBI GUUCHIIOH lrlstruc- Notable member of the soccer team for - - - Teddy- . . . cute . . . always smiling . . . future teacher . . . pizza maker . . . Paul. 42 John Privitera Definite ideas . . . outstanding mem- ber of our senior class . . . often quiet but always perceptive . . . enjoys reading . . . John. Christopher A. Pyle Hardeworking Student Council pres- ident . . . outstanding senior . . . Regional Romeo . . . Chris. Linda J. Ritchings Places great value on her years at Regional . . . attractive and person- able . . . well-known senior . . . Lin. fi, Jane Rosenthal Cute record collector . . . always a smile . . . enjoys sewing her own clothes . . . secretarial career . . . Janie. Thomas J. Rizzo Weight-lifting enthusiast . . , further schooling after the Navy . . . likes working on cars . . . Tom. Edward Rizkalla "What would we do without that lousy 10',Q?" . . . never a dull mom- W ent . . . a true friend . . . Eddie. Ira Roth Avid runner . . . likes outdoor sports . . . on to college . . . "When the going gets tough, the tough get going" , . . Ira. Stephanie Jane Rudo Enjoys classical music and reading . . . fondly remembers her senior year . . . "Success is what one makes of it" . . . Stevie. Charles RODEO "Always be willing to change your- self for the better, even if it takes some effort" . . . hopes to teach . . . talented artist . . . Charlie. Paul T. Rattstack, Jr. Remembers the cafeteria . . . on to the Marines . . . future policeman . . . "Oh, Stanley!" . . . Lubes. M3I'lB M. RlISCi3ll0 Active senior . . . dedicated Color Guard . . . school spirit . . . person- ality + , . . lovely complexion . . . Marie. 43 Pamela Rutledge Active A.L.J.'er . . . future acting career . . . pleasant and peppy . . . "Love is blind" . . . Pam. Carl Sansig Experienced as a baker's apprentice . . . charming smile for all . . . Carl. Anna Marie Sashen Pretty and personable . . . marriage in the near future . . . sales expe- rience . . . always happy . . . Anna. 44 Joseph A. Ryan Enjoys challenge . . . "Great works Diane Salvesen Cute with a great personality . , . an asset to any class . . . pep and spirit . . . everything in her favor . . . Diane. are performed not by strength, but by perseverance" . . . avid sportsman . . . physical education . . . Joe. Gerald S. Saley Real all-around guy . . . skilled in many sports . . . "Try a little harder: jump a little higher" . . . Gerry. Joseph Saporito Experienced cabinet-maker . . . plans lor the service . . . will train in carpentry . . . Joe. Robert L. Scapati William Schaffer Fondly remembers the soccer team . . . bowler . . . enjoys sports shows . . . Bob. "Take it in braggarts . . sports . . . c stride" . . . dislikes . enjoys all types of ollege bound . . . Bill. 'T John Schifano Claire L. Schiller Likes pizza . . . keeps active . . . Office work and college . . . appre- always ready with a joke . . . sports ciates music . . . quiet and sweet for lun . . . John. . . . friendly smile . . . Clairy. Arthur Schneider Avid sportsman . . . "Good, better, best, never let it rest, till good is better and better is best" . . . hand- some . . . Art. Sandra Anne Schultz Enjoys having fun . . . dislikes war . . , marriage in the near future . . . beautician . . . Sandy. W . ' Clk -Sn .w-is 4 .2 John Schneider "Make an effort, even if it hurts" . mind for science . , . future in aerospace engineering . . . John. i ' John J. Smith Outdoor sports for pleasure . . . will serve in the National Guard . . . business world . . . John. Sarah E. Schindler "Teachers are cruel, only to be kind" . . . pleasure in ice-skating and dancing . . . remembers gym class . . . Sally. Ronal Schneider Looking forward to graduation . . future automotive apprentice . . Ron. Nancy Anne Smith Appreciates a good time . . . "After the verb to love, the verb to help is the most beautiful in the world" . . . Always a smile . . . Nancy. 45 Dorthea Sniffen Marriage ahead . . . friends will not be forgotten . . . works as salesgirl . . . homeroom . . . Nancy Lynn Attractive senior . through the country est pleasure in life people say you cannot do" . . . Bangs. Peppy cheerleader . . . "Laugh and the world laughs with you" . . . talented artist . . . toothy smile . . . Stec. 46 . . . "The great- Dottie. Karen Marie Solvlk Thomas J. Sopko Art enthusiast . . . likes riding "A job worth doing is worth doing through the mountains . . . profes- well" . . . enjoyment in fishing . . . sional illustrator to be . . . Karen. intelligent . . . Tom. .QQ Sprovach . . long rides is doing what Linda Ann Stan "Live for the present, not for the past" . . . will enter the business world . . . Linda. Michael R. Stefanick "Hope springs high and to many a man brings comfort and consolation" . . . Air Force . . . fisherman . . . Mike. 1 Karen Elizabeth Stec Marion A. Spinella Takes serious interest in music . . . pretty smile . . . sailing for pleasure . . . future secretary . . . Marion. 22201004 and, Denise Anne Stillman Talented and lively . . . dislikes the color red . . . will enter elementary education . . . Nesie. Pamela M. Stunger Always on the go . . . srnile for everyone . . . loves DUDlJleS . . - active A.L.J.'er . . . Legs. Donald Anthony Szczepanski "Loyalty to our country in peace and war" . . . chemist of tomorrow . . . little Cobra . . . Don. Gail Ellen Sullivan Helen Sult "He who conquers his wrath, over- Loves to daydream . . . "All things comes his greatest enemy" . . . quiet are difficult before they are easy and intelligent . . . Gail. office work ahead Helen 971041, ' - .!.. Catherine Tanzi "lt's nice to be important, but more important to be nice" . . . pleasant yet shy . . . Cathy. Neil J. Tabor Most valuable soccer player . school spirit plus good looks . Robert K. Tallman Enjoys work . . . business administra- tion . . . "New occasions teach new duties" . . . Bob. "l need your aggravation?!" . . . Neil. Neil Robert Todd Treasures friendships . . . "Sok it to me" . . . college bound . . . sharp wit . . . Neil. Constance Tracchio Fashion conscious . . . future in cosmetics . . . fine sense of humor fun is her companion . . . Connie. 47 Leslie Traegar Likes all people but for the insincere . . . IBM key-puncher . . . "Happiness is a sincere friend" . . . Lee. Virginia Elizabeth Trader "Live for today, for life is short" . . , hopes to own a beauty salon . . T.V. for relaxation . . . Ginny. 5. e 2 3 , ., ' . - T, 'Neff . 7" Renee Troiano Cute and outspoken . . . "Without love there is nothing" . . . enthusias- tic A.L.J.'er . . . industrious Lance editor . . . Renee. Anne Barbara Valenti Versatile senior . . . outstanding in academics . . . "I saw eternity the H other night" . . . sincere, tun-loving friend . . . Anne. Kathy. i i Terrylea Vett Will always enjoy a good time . .4 . future beauty salon owner . . . will remember friends . . . Terry. 48 Rae Katherine Valentine ' Seeks true friends . . . cute and sociable . . . secretary to be . . . "Ask and you shall receive" . . . Alan Veverka Well-known and well-liked . . . natural leader . . . future as an engineer . . . intelligent and school- spirited . . . AI. Doris Marie Uhlig A good friend . . . ambition plus drive . . . "lt's due tomorrow and I haven't even started active . . . Dor. Gail Van "Make the most out career in cosmetology you are" . . . Gail. it yet" Pelt of life" "Be what Bertha J. Viligor Loyal friend . . . likes rich food . . swimming and stamp collecting . . IBM . . . Bert. Thomas Ward Diverse interests . . . "Nothing worth anything ever comes easy" . . . journalism or cartooning . . . Psycho. Jeanne M. Wanca "lt is better to forget and smile, than to remember and be sad" . . . really adds to the fun . . . future nurse . . . Jean. Edward Watersnn Car-minded senior . . . "Wanna run it?" . . . tea in homeroom? . . . always a wise word . . . Ed. William Weeks Career in service . . . "Enough, enough!" . . . football anyone? . . . enjoys driving . . . Rock. Shelley Weishnltz Fond of all sports . . . pleasing per- sonality . . . even temperament . . . "You know where" . . , Del. Karen Warner Enjoys people . . . career as nurse, teacher . . . sincere . . . fine addi- tion to our choral groups . . . Kar. Richard Weinstein Well-groomed . . . good sense of humor . . . "Lite is like a game of tables: the chances are not in our power, but the playing is" . . . Rich. Robert Weltner Navy . . . hunting and fishing . . . communications man . . . breaklast in homeroom? . . . Welt. 49 Christine E. Wesley Interested in music and art . . . dislikes insincere friends . . . en- thusiastic . . . Chris. William Wilds Avid soccer player . . . plans for Naval career . . . "l don't believe in exercise: I never saw anything in being tired" . . . Bill. Eugene Wilkinson "Cheaters never prosper" . . . wres- tling and tennis . . . likes: almost anything . . . sure success . . . Gene. Patricia Wilson Sensitive and well-liked . . . likes to bowl and dance . . . campus bound . . . friendships important . . . Patti. Robert Wilson "Yeah, right!" . . . football and bowling favorite pastimes . . . mach- inist . . . Bob. John William Worobetz sports-minded . . . industrial arts h John C- woutersi . . . good-looking . . . bright smile Guitar and art . . .ha good friend to . . . college, Peace Corps . . . John. all . . . pleasing smile . . . Gorgeous. 50 Linda B. Woienski Never a dull moment . . . gay . . . future beautician . . . dancing and crowds . . . Lin. X i r Andrew W. Wysocki Enjoys the outdoors . . . on to col- lege . . . golfer . . . quiet person- ality . . . som. Joan M. Yawlak Bowling and dancing enthusiast . . . long drives in the country . . . secre- tarial career . . . Yo. ffnv Carl Young Diverse sports interests . . . quiet and intelligent . . . nice smile . . . college bound . . . Carl. Lawrence Hunter Young Handsome senior . . . "The ideal man is one who maintains his emotions and trains his mind" . . . Larry. Dorothy M. Zinkowicz Gary M' Yuengel School-spirited and sports-minded . . . True outdoorsman . . . industrial arts "When duty whispers low, 'Thou teacher . . . avid fisherman . . . must', the youth replies. 'l can' "... Gary- last but not least . , . Dottie. IN MEMORIAM Nancy A. Lewandowski Capture a moment And hold it for eternity, For beauty and goodness, youth and spring Pass all too quickly into memories. lf the rose wilts And the stars cease to shine, Does beauty also die? "Never," whispers the breeze. ' Beauty and goodness, youth and spring Will never die: Embraced forever within the heart, Loved all the more for the joy they once brought. 51 J Q .. - ,VJ ,,-if . . S df" s A.. im. -, M- Ah- ff' , 4 ' 4 -..- Most Schnul Spirit Thousand Clowns'?" Arm rl, g . -.,,. i J,- ,f--f l , J,- or 'A "Should we call this section 'The Comedy of Errors' ando Orsini asks Lynn Merkel. y ,gg 1 Mu "Va . , ,nu Q W' f f, xxx. 'w 'li' fi. x Mosl Academic "You call it cheating, Cheryl Budd?" asks Paul Burger. "l prefer to call it borrowing." ' r. K V. J' fri ,. 'i 1152 ki .. .. 'ix ' QT ., We f--'1- , 2.953 "Ia 2555 'A , xfrf' g:,,.'7,qLr:,5y'sffx-..,.J:tJr.f -- 'Wd' ..,. 'f"'vI'4 - Q ' L. "'i Seen Everywhere When Chris Pyle told Renee Trciano she was seen everywhere, he didn't mean quite everywhere! Mus! Ariisiic "Gee, Pat Neuhaus," sighs Dan Billy, "your arm will hang in the Guggenheim." fry ' ns FW Best Dressed "Oh, Karen Himpele, your mother dresses you nicely," reflects Gene Wilkinson Most Athletic "Do not bend, spindle or fold," warns Doug Proe as Dottie Zinkowicz ties him in a knot. 53 CIISS Wii 1... Our two ciass wits, Joanne Hannis and Jim Curry . . . er, Joanne Curry and Jim Hannis . . . um, Jo . . . forget it. Mast Musical Darlene Drummond offers Ginesi. F. U ' 2 , A.. an old-fashioned torch 4. ...-s Most Attractive "A thing of beauty is a boy forever," muses Renee McNamara Larry Young admires her. song to a captive audience, Mike 54 u-..- - . -- 435. , Most Popular "Who was it who said, 'A favoriie has no friends?" wonder Nancy Smith and Ben Harrison. . -,s..Q.:,5 .- .K .. Most Likely an Succeed Carol Nelson: "We're poor little lambs, who have lost our way . . . take it AI." Alan Veverka: "Baaa, Baaa, Baaa." Q Best AII-Around "Keep the faith," Chet Melli assures Anne Valenti, as they practice their roles as nest all-around. 5 5 ra: -. N , fe we s i T a+ - ig.. 2? f so in O, A- . T ISEQFL, if ii Q lg? To give freely R l And he shunnedg ' ,lg T ' 1 To open doors 2 1 ' And find eager visitorsg ' ll if V i ' To combine Mill Q ,A In The talents -- as Of all professionsg The wisdom Of philosophersg LoveAbuseGratitudeCooperation, Im 1 ,S Welcome a child 3 5Qi',V 1 ' Take leave of an adult lil -iq i , I I 'l The unwritten challenge QR . J 1 i . Teach if you dare. 2 'QNX ge - gg fl 2 -T 21 yi l 1 - -4 T .ff , - ' f rl , ' -e -W 2 mli-Q an fl rl? an 1' - I Y 1 ' l:'1 E A ,.., -4-A -JEJ .. ,T ar E .HI E9 R igs I .- . gn, L . - All Q 1 X 'VN A K F E'-irq , A - I1 X 3 ' 1,. .I ff- 5 '- ig M ' , t ! A " il - l i? , i 1 , EQ Z . TE SQ 'P E5 A, f f- iff? 'EP 5 t + w ffpi Q ': ,fi M' E 4 h if f 31 E R FI?-l.S f 'QW 'P , fi-iff - ,,, , , 1 . , ., . . , 'y If W' Giesurs A , ,I ' 'Fifi' : fi. 2 -fi .il11E' Isp gl. Luci a, - - 25 ' - 1 3 ' I n P-f'2'5?23?-".Z': Board ni Education ,J Seated around table: Dr. W. Davis, Mr. A. Battaglia, Mrs. N. Waldt, Mr. J. Conlin, Mr. L. Fredericks, Mr. A. Ward, Mrs. W. Melick, Mr. R. Lockwood, Mr. W. Melick, Dr. M. Jones, Mr. W. Powers. Standing, left to right: Mr. J. 0'Dwyer, Mr. T. Nolan, Mr. F. Stefany, Mr. W. Stahl, Mr. F. Elsasser. Missing: Mr. J. Cullin. Q. -f X ,. J: -uv' 'I Dr. Randolph JBCDIISEII Assistant Superintendent Dr- war,-en M. navis Mr. Louis Fredericks Superiment O' Schools Assistant Superintendent Administration Mr. Robert E. Hough Principal Mr. I. Kenneth Moritko Director of Guidance Dr. Donald Merachnik Director of Special Services Mr. Louis DeRosa Assistant Principal Mr. John Hoagland Miss Elaine Allgoever Mrs. Patricia Ciio "You fail," beams Mr. Valenra to one of his senior students. Mr. John Di Loilo if Miss Bonnie Fisher Mrs. Barbara Giebelhaus Miss Dorothy Kregiow 60 ,,,.. , .., . , i.Sf!:'?- , 1 ' Mrs. Monteith . . . senior . . . "stream of consciousness" . . . themes . . . rewriting . . . English Department "A magazine is a textbook?" query Mrs. StanIey's freshman English class. W - u --sou -01' .31 at 'SC H L. Al "I told you not to call me hereg I have Lord ul lhe Flies papers to mark," admonishes Mr. Taback. Mr. Alan Taback Mr. Albert Valenia X , , 2 axe? E1 -ss., Q w 2 Mrs. Barbara Stanley X . .- iv.. , X U. . K- 5 fx i Yes, even English teachers find time to read. Freshman if " teacher, Miss Allgoever catches up on some light reading. Miss Candace Sampson I K Mrs. Bertha Monteith Miss Patricia Morgan Miss Susan Orzech 61 14" s O , -- 'y ' Mrs. Gloria Menendez m sure well be able to get rt off dear assures Mrs. Bennett to her Latm ll student Mrss Kotler emphasizes the meamng of Spanish vocabulary through dramatlza Unfortunately Miss Barton cannot tune nn WABC for her Spanish ll students 'On' ir' ay: Q is , Mrs. Barbara Ullcm .43 Miss Gambacurta instructs her students in the fine art of typing and manual dexterity. . Business Mr. Edward Shustack ,sa-. Mr. Robert McCusker "You're supposed to carry the one into the tens' column, not the ten into the ones' coIumn." Mr. McCusker instructs his bookkeeping students. !' S V , i ' 4 , . M I If .Mi Miss Eleanor Murphy Mrs. Josephine Chevalier Miss Kathryn Gambacurta Mr. Robert Kastner Miss Vivian Maggese Miss Barbara Doane Mrs. Arlene Della Cena Mr. Thomas Faulks Mr. John Kenny t'!g,'qsfiZ,'1'is-Inf'-wif' v f 1-wt. '- , Q .f-s:.u y-eve rw wi :nv s . .xv-G-:'5:fs.tl2-'1,11' .nw F 1 gs: . ,."3.9..g. ' ' ' ' , 2,5- if u -. Q .Ha 1 ncia "How do you like this furniture arrange- ment?" Mrs. Della Cerra rearranges class- "What are the long-range effects?" Mr. Faulks questions his U.S. YOUTH to high-lighl her ISSSOH DISH f0Y History ll class. U.S, I. Mr. Robert Cooney Miss Paulina Keith wmv! : ' ' if - W . ,,.f . , 1ae,,,,k, 5 - -M-fi 4,1 "Freud may have had a few complexes of his own . . ." Miss Doane prepares h lesson plans for her psychology classes. Studies :fit 1 i i - i Mr. Donald Lloyd Mr. John Muller Mr. lan Newman H i i I hm-...I "l iust don't understand this class," repeats Mr. Newman to his sociology students. "Two more payments and it's all mine," Mr. Lloyd instructs his classes in the econ' omics of U.S. History. Mr. James Porterlield Mr. Theodore Pyle Mr. Ronald Stevens Ls X i: M 'Q .M iggfr ' ' : ILYIH 14 'f - A 4- - ", . Sif t" : r' Mr. Joseph Sott Mr. Joseph Assante Mrs. Erika Broderick Mr. Richard Esandrio MV- Riflhafd Fleischer Mathematics sci G . , I ? i 34 U., '5 53 Q . Ye: e J . -1k' K r-we "Are you sure this is the shing-a-ling?" No, it's really Mr. Fleischer helping his students develop their math skills. This sophomore girl is enthralled by Mr. Esandrio's explanation of a mathe- matical concept. Mr. George Hilla Mr. Herman Simmeth Mrs. Edith Stender Mrs. Shirley Selig Mr. lrving Taylar 66 i 7.4, ' We I, '. rf , ,ii ' l 'JW i ' 1 MF- GENRE BHYFIGY Mr. William Blakely Miss Diane Charkowski Mr. Thomas Galiszewski Science "Well, it worked yesterday," moans e A.L.J.'s physics ina structor, Mr. Galis- zewski. nm 'Wm c. ,, K! ff' "P ' ,ff " f - ., Q -are C ' 'qi Qs " .vm -U 'Q 1 "According to the A.M.A, Journal . . ." Mr. Blakely, one of Regionals Mr. Mattson, industrious biology teacher, performs an experiment biology teachers does a little homework. fwo dashes salt, Va cup flour . . . ' '7et?'S'Z" ,ggg a Mr. Robert Kleinhans Mr. Joseph Mark Mr. John Mattson Mr. John Redlern Mr, Carmine Vitolo lil.: Music Mr. Edward Brown In AJ , "And the tone-deaf shall hear,' prays Mr. Jupina as he conducts the orthestra. Mr. Walter Both ' MW' ' ' 2.14 - ,.,f.,z.. -2 ' ., I . Jig ju-ly W z ' 1 s i .ll A t'g2l4E.1' ' . 9' A N 'T - ' l ' 1 .24 3 rf .E 5. . -ff -5 ,. ,f 3 .5 8 . Miss Judilh Douglass -'MS' is ffkmlztlaplll :SUP l I .,1Q?f?':? -bl 1 fri' tis. if "NM A'5?Z1's'f' iliitgyll V F - .N . .4 9 --Q.. "Dear Re-ee-gion-al-I-I we honor thee . . ." Miss Douglass insiructs her choral groups. Mr. Andrew Junina 68 3' . 'sf - .: ' . .. 5 '-1 , M' 2.'S"z: ! 2 2 li gi s, . -Q, ,r . . . ,...,.,,,- ". . . but I like my zippers in sideways." Creativity is born in Mrs. Scarff's clothing classes. Home Economics Mrs. Lynn Lucas Mrs. Alice Scarff E Q Y 5 "Dc your mixing with a spoon next time," Miss Zuchowski tells one of her Foods Ill students. Miss Marianne Zukowski 6 3 hmnia. -5-YYY ,K i "If I had a hammer . . ." Mr, Kropinicki instructs pupil in the basics of carpentry. Mr. Stanley Grossman !'?:f1i.:f gg za ,r :A ML: N., 2-lf-ig' Ip 3:53 e 1. aw- H' M ' 'Qs a ra ' . :R 3 13: 5245 ' g sig -affix' ' E3 ififw' :fm -'wa af522f:.f2f.' . a1zfc'.'.'. fl",.'.'.'e li:-9 . Mr. George Gergulas Mr, Henry Hassel Mr. Chester Kropinicki Mr. Leon Kvedar "Are you sure that watch is heat resistant?" Mr. Tunison questions an avid junior welder. Industrial Vocational E 2 5 , 1 5 llllll' wA....zs1e64 vt' "Our group had 32"k fewer skin blemishes." Mrs. Vasta's cosmetology students apply facials to one another. "Copy the picture, don't paint the desks," Mr. Shereshew- sky warns art student. . Fme Arts Mr. Robert Walker "Move that board a little to the right, it's crushing my finger." Mr. Kvedar helps a student measure wood, pain- Iessly. Mrs. Aida Vasta Mr. JOSEPH Mafwllo Mr. Murray Shereshewsky Mr. Hugh Tunison 1 l if-l .Aug Mr. Louis Peragallo Mr. John Brown Mrs. Virginia Anderson Mr. Robert Lummer Mr. James Attaway Coach Lummer gets out to check the damage made by his junior drivers' ed. students. Physical "Where is Thumbkin?" Perhaps Mrs. Anderson's freshman health class can tell us. Mr. Seymour Kelin 2 uf' "How's your stiff neck now?" Phys. ed. students practice wrestling holds. C .V X. Mr. Robert Nadasky Miss Betty Linaberry Q f .ra .M- What happened to the other team? They went "Attaway". Mrs. Marie Ratel Elillfliilillll "O goddess of the volleyball," Miss Linaberry and devoted junior students. Miss Mary Short Mr. Thomas Venice "And if I see any more popcorn . . ." Coach Venice reprimands his freshman health students. e yi' nwvftrf 1 , . 2 ,L -:"sfr3223elf"' """pMv I W 1 - 211 e ' . , 55: .' :A A X flfff Qu Miss Pinn emphasizes proper enunciation to her freshman developmental reading groups. Mr, Puglisi adds warmth and encouragement to his classes. Sueeial Services e Mr, Illiano instructs his class in the principles of social studies. Dr. Donald Merachnik Mr. Daniel llliano Miss Helen Pinn Mr. William Puglisi Mr. William Solomine 1 1 iii-' Mr. I. Kenneth Muritku Mrs. Susanne Honrath Mr. Charles Kuhlman MY- Philip RiS0 Mr. Gewfge Scott "Did you ever hear of the Universily of Garwoocl?" Mr. Mrs. Honrath explains the difficulties of college admissions to juniors during Kuhlman and Mr, Scott ponder a studenfs college choice. Eflgliih CIBSS DSHOGS- Guidance "Well, I didn't know it was a men's school." A junior seeks Mr. Moritkds advice in choosing a college. 75 "But Mrs. Jadus, if I don't know how to spell il, how can l look it up?" Student Services ,ann .gf "L , vii H, , , X l .i Jn- s. L ' Dr. Donald Merachnik Mrs. Henrietta Brown Mr. John Christiana Mrs. Dolores Jadus DL Francis Karney "Nl fight Kidi. line-UD - Man One. MHHUJUX, MSF' thfee - - -' "But Dr. Karney, I've already been vaccinated." 76 ' .X Sw W'Sf 1 a, Abs-' OFFICE STAFF Standing left to right: Mrs. Edna Rupert, Mrs. Peggy Adubato, Mrs. Stella Rieder, Mrs. Dorothy Welsch. Seated: Mrs. Margaret Halsey, Mrs. lnez Wagner, Mrs. Emilia Josephs, Mrs. Josephine Noyes. Y Y ,. frm .. fi Hi CAFETERIA STAFF Mrs. Betty Ashley, Mrs. Margaret DeVito, Mrs. Edith Gulliford, Mrs. Emilie Har- rington, Mrs. Helen Husth, Mrs. Mary lannelli, Mrs. Frieda Jacquemin, Mrs. Josephine Laskowski, Mrs. Mary Marrin, Mrs. Robina Merrigan, Mrs. Elizabeth Merrigan, Mrs. Helen Mihalko, Mrs. Eleanor Tallman, Mrs. Eileen Thurber. CUSTODIAL STAFF Mr. Joseph- DeLorenzo, Mr. William Jenny, Mr. Wittold Kuc, Mr. Theodore Leber, Mr. Charles 0'ConnelI, Mr. William 0'Rourke, Mr. John Plungis, Mrs. Helen Sylvester, Mr. William Wagner, Mr. George Wirth. Each step ,f N Unsureg Each move As yet uncertain A tentative step Perhaps a hesitation Mistakes - 1 Cushioned by ---x" 13:1 ,.... KnowIedgeandExperience a,'Q'rT', 'W-we-M--if "W ff- Education 4 Definition - Character. Q' X3 it-+R ...--.Q Y' L.. ... 'i" f 1, , ! p Z .'.x. : 5,- ? ,Q P Q 2""""""""--. . - , rp i . E'-'a A '- I' b"'1 ,. El' Q Ill-m.,,,.,.,g it .4 'ily ...A '..,. i A va 5 Q HUMEROOM 4 - First Row, L'R: D. Black, J. Alibrandi, D. Barris, B. Eockenek, J. Bilanin, J. Becasse, S. Angelo. Second Row: K. Boos, C. Bracken, P. Brady, P. Borenstein, R. Black, P. Billy. Third Row: T. Beaver, R. Backus, R. Brodka, A. Bonanno, S. Aruta, R. Backhaus. Fourth Row: D. Balogh, G. Ball, A. Adomauicius, A. Basile, R. Arthur, T. Brown, B. Bresher. Missing: E. Bahl, D. Berg, T. Bernstein, J. Biazzo, L. Bishop, J. Boyd. HDMEROOM 22 - First Row, L-R: K. Cantwell, E. Cunningham, M. Calderone, S. Buydos, D. Butler, B. Cebula, S. Cansdale, D. Collins. Second Row: J. Conlin, C. Clausen, M. Cox, M. Coniglio, M. Commins, G. Cifelli. Third Row: R. Burger, T. Comer, W. -..., HOMERDDM 204 - First Row, L-R: D. Dircks, S. Czarniewy, K. Daney, C. Dillberger, A. Deck, M. Dallavalle, M. D'Meo, M. Delia, W. Dent. Second Row: R. Deardorff, V. Dziadyk, L. Dzyroska, N. Dunning, E. Dunn, D. Drummond. Third Row: D. Capotosta, G. Burak, J. Carmello, D. Burdick, R. Calhoun. Fourth Row: J. Cohen, M. Clarson, R. Christian, R. Burns, M. Cashmere, R. Bunnell. Missing: M. Ciccotelli, T. Clark, R. Constandi. Desilua, L. Ditzel, J. Dunn, N. Feld, K. Edick, R. Dias. Fourth Row: J. Danker, R. Curry, C. David, J. Donovan, J. Deredita, J. Esposito. Missing: A. Cusmano, J. Dibattista. s.,..ff HUMEROOM 214 - Standing, L-R: B. Grabowski, D. Genschel, K. K. Herman, G. Harper. Fourth Table: R. Hemhauser, J. Hoer, W. Hoffer, J. Hardison. First Table: P. Grabowski, S. Hirschfeld, M. Hassler, R. Givney. Fifth Table: S. Golodner, M. Geist, J. Herson, Gumann, B. Guzzi, N. Gwiazdowski, V. Guerriero. Second Table: A. Guzzi, R. Hasselman, L. Hilyard. Sixth Table: T. Gillespie, L. J. Haber, D. Hadam, W. Hamaydi, F. Haluko. Third Table: L. Graham, Greb, G. Gregori, C. Harrison, R. Hellinger. HDMEROOM 24 - Bottom Row, L-R: D. Jasman, S. Katz, J. Horky, G. Holzapfel, S. Juice, J. Hoover. Third Row: R. lvers, D. Karamus, C. Horzepa, E. Kelleher, J. Jorden, D. Kearney, S. Holz- Hogan, M. Hyduke, M. Humphries, R. Kassinger, T. Jaremko, S. hauser. Second Row: S. Isaac, B. Kalwicz, D. Hollingshead, S. Jadus. HDMERODM 25 - First Row, L-R: C. Legg, E. Leary, B. Korecki, Kocenko, H. Leipzig, M. Lanigan, J. Kuenze, K. Keller. Missing: M. Kirpan, K. Kollor, K. Kline. Second Row: A. Kerr, D. Kolody, J. Kelleher, A. Kershow, K. Kosar, W. Kitson, A. King, J. Kosiarski, B. Lee, C. Kellis, M. Lawrence. Third Row: R. Koch, J. Kessler, P. M. Kozatch. Kempinski, C. Larsen, R. Leonard, T. Leonard. Fourth Row: A. ku HOMERDDM 206 - Standing, L-R: R. McCutcheon, G. Materia, P. Mahoney, G. Maciuer. First Table on Right: M. Major, R. Leshner, M. Malanga, C. Levine, W. Mayes, W. Mandrona. First Table on Left: D. Malmros. Second Table: l. Madiara, M. Lucia, J. Madiara, J. J. Marrone, J. Lewis, W. Lewis. Second Table: R. McCarrick, S. May, Logothetis. Third Table: S. Mackiewicz, L. Lewentowicz, M. Lorenz, M. Maleski, R. Mahes, E. McDevitt. Third Table: R. Lykes, K. Lynch, D. Mantie. HUMERODM 210 - First Row, L-R: R. McGee, J. McNulty, B. Merwin, HOMERODM 211 - First Row, L-R: N. Osiecki, K. Reinhardt, D. Parisi, M. Metz, N. Mills, C. Misdom. Second Row: R. Mulligan, R. Mochtak, K. Pariza, R. Parrillo, D. Reilly. Second Row: N. Rodomski, K. Patzwa, S. Moleen, F. Mollica, J. Monahan, S. Mone. Third Row: J. Moran, M. B. Petersen, H. Peterson, S. Petrucelli, K. Reidy. Third Row: D. Pew, Moran, L. Morelli, A. Morgan, C. Moroli, K. Mould. Fourth Row: M. G. Phillips, C. Pidany, R. Pinkin, W. Plage, W. Pompliano. Fourth Row: Murray, M. Mushett, J. Mycz, W. Nadler, C. Nattrass, B. Nelsen. Fifth J. Proto, B. Purchase, J. Putnoky, P. Pyzyna, R. Guartararo. Filth Row: Row: R. Nied, L. Nowakowski, W. Obrien, S. Oleakszyk, D. Opperman, P. Rea, A. Reidy, J. Pozhanski, R. Rand. K. O'Shanny. Missing: A. Misiewicz. , - . I . I . , . , , . ..,...--.-..--. , .1 , . . .9 l , 4 I 1 .,,.,,,,,.-, HUMEROOM 215 - BDUUTTI ROW. L-Rr R- Sanford. R- SSIFHU. R- Sabbagh. Third Row: T. Saley, C. Rostek, L. Schott, M. Risko, E. Severino, T. Rizzo, J. Schwin, N. Scarpitto. Second Row: L. Scapati, Renaud, A. Rossi. Fourth Row: S. Schaeler, W. Scavuzzo, F. Schuetz, M. Schadt, W. Schnitzer, D. Romano, J. Ruhnke, V. Schroll, D. C. Schmaedig, S. Rzeplinski, J. Roglieri. Missing: P. Senna, R. Ruta. 82 HOMEROOM 221 - First Row, L-R: L. Strychowski, M. Tallman, P. K. Stewart, R. Siecinski, L. Toke. J. Stanicki. Fourth Row: G. Soney, Thomson, N. Trieschmann, P. Storm, L. Spielmann, B. Skocypiec, K. K. Stauch, J. Shanley, R. Terhune, J. Slater, L. Silverman, M. Tonnesen. Strano. Second Row: C. Sturchio, P. Sielski, K. Tierney, D. Teuben, C. Missing: G. Treacy, L. Storm. Sharp, D. Terpak, T. Smith. Third Row: R. Skorton, S. Totin, D. Snow, HCIMEROOM 223 - Bottom Row, L-R: K. Wciewodzki, J. Yawlak, Row: E. Wray, L. Wild, E. Villa, B. Zimmermann, G. Williams. W. V. Warne, D. Wisnosky, S. Weber, P. Trudeau. Second Row: B. Wanat. Fourth Row: R. Usa, W. Wales, R. Whalen, J. Wojcin, G. Vogt, Wilson, R. Tylutki, D. Wood, W. Wirth, J. Walsch, S. Truss. Third M. Zavoda. Missing: J. Turner, M. Valenti, P. Wishna, J. Yost. 5 , . l : 1 nt V ig l 1 s HDMERDOM 16 - First Row, L-R: S. Brazinsky, M. Scalingi. Second Row: K. Zawislak, E. Desch, J. Dulock, D. Kavanaugh, L. Francisco. Third Row: G. Miller, C. Hamill, J. Cone stantine, B. Germanski, L. DeGraaff, P. Tornambe, B. Thomson. 83 3 . . . developing bodies is as important as developing minds . . . Tom Clark . . . . . . Steve Rzeplinski, Steve Rzeplinski, start wearing cleaner . . . Marge Geist's group had 343 fewer cavities . . . aprons ' ' ' MLUWJK X .41 1 'va . . . Vicky Schroll seems to be having second thoughts . . . . . sk, . .Af - 4-QL, r 84 . . . but, Bill Schnitzer, your book is upside down . . . . . . some of RegionaI's up-and-coming gymnasts . . . Junior-Senior Prom tuxedo committee assembles display HOMERDDM 230 - First Table, L-R: S. Andrew, R. Anthes. Second Table: E. Bieler, 5. Bernasky, P. Ahn, G. Adolph, R. Bauer, T. Best, J. Batich. Third Table: K. Bonanno, G. Baily, R. Bleiwas, G. Backus. Fourth Table: S. Bieljeski, J. Aznar, D. Antas. Fifth Table: K. Blount, M. Bobertz, J. Bihler, J. Adamski I. Andreola, L. Anderson. Standing: F. Bertolino, K. Andrew, J Bilella, L. Annese, G. Alves, S. Boettke. Missing: F. Bauer. HDMEROOM 21 - First Row, L'R: K. Brophy, D. Cifelli, R. Bowlby, L. Burkle, C. Boyle, T. Brown, D. Bucciarelli. Second Row: K. Carlson, L. Chalenski, G. Christensen, J. Carson, C. Bracuta, D. Carroll, A. Catalano, R. Carpini, D. Clearie. HOMERDOM 15 - First Row, L-R: K. Connelly, R. Denbleyker, W. Cook, C. Copio, J. Corbett, R. Corbett. Second Row: C. Coyle, A. Creamer, D. Crlsafulli, D. Crist, V. Culbert, A. Curran, C. Curry. Third Row: M. Curtin, K. Cusumano, M. Cutro, J. Cutrona, S. Third Row: P. Catozzi, J. Boone, T. Cartwright, Y. Chatlos, K. Brown, F. Brown, P. Clark, G. Bowater, C. Busacca. Fourth Row: R. Colonna, D. Clark, D. Branden, L. Caimano, J. Buckley. Missing: R. Christopher, R. Clarke. Cuttler, J. Cuzzo, D. DeIConte. Fourth Row: D. Dailey, J. Daly S. Danilo, J. Davey, K. DeCristoforo, T. DeFranco. Fifth Row: K DeIConte, R. DeVito, B. Difabio, K. Dillon, G. Czurlanis. l' 1 l l 5. Ei HDMERCIOM 17 - First Row, L-R: A. Dirienzo, D. Frank, G. Frescki, D. Freda, Third Row: W. Esposito, G, Everest, J. Dziedzic, Galati, E. Eilbacher, W. Friedfeld, P. Dunn, V. Ford. Second Row: M. Duffy, G. Gallagher, J. Doerer, R. Duckett. Fourth Row: P. C. Galush, G. Fontana, R. Dominick, S. Frank, R. Dunning, R. Fillman, E. Dudek, A. Dudek, K. Foster, J. Esposito. HOMEROOM 220 - First Table, L-R: N. Hannis. G. Haarmann, D. C. Godfrey, J. Garibaldi, D. Greene, B. Gavarny, D. Hardman. Fifth Greene. Second Table. S. Guerriero, L. Gigantino, P. Gulya, C. Table: J. Genesi, R. Granrath, G. Guerriero, D. Gassmann, A. Geno- Harchar, S. Harbord, C. Gruber. Third Table: C. Gulka, J. Grickowski, witz, C. Guare, J. Gulick, R. Hamilton, J. Gonzales. Missing: K, A. Guerin, P. Gill, N. Harding, C. Glovacky, K. Geiger. Fourth Table: Hadam. HOMEROUM 3 - First Row, L-R. K. Keena, V. Jensen, V. Jas- Hashagen, N. Iaria, K. Hudock. Fourth Row: R. Hassler, G. man, L. Jandersits, T. Karcich, J. Hyduke. Second Row: J. Hennessy, J. Hoke, J. Jamison, K. Hydock, S. Karpa, J. Kassel, Hering, L. lllein, E. Herzog, L. Jasiukaic, R. lllion, K. Jacquemin. R. Jenkins. Missing: M. Hecht, M. Jennings, S. Kamichoff. Third Row: M. Horton, L, Kent, J. Herrmann, W. Jackson, L. f 1 HDMERDDM 12 - First Row, L-R: J. Kucharski, D. Lange, L. Lands' N. Ketting, K. Knowles, R. Krchn, C. Kristof, J. Krebs. Fourth Row: man, T. Lanieri, J. Lanni, E. King, L. Kilburg, L. Kuhar. Second Row: E. Kucharski, G. Lajeski, H. Krome, W. Kraemer, R. Kraus, P. W. Kirpan, R. Kuhn, D. Kusuk, J. Kozik, R. Latawiec, P. Kisner, Kouenze, J. Lamontagne. J. Kraus, K. Kubalak. Third Row: A. Lardieri, W. Lanier, D. Lanigan, HOMERODM 8 - First Table, L-R: J. Lorenzen, D. Magda, E. Legan, Madiara, D. Lehowitz. Fourth Table: G. Lesko, J. Lombardo, B. Lock- P. Majewski, M. Levine, D. Lynch. Second Table: C. Lichowid, D. wood, K. Lebowitz, D. Lotano, M. Mallick. Missing: M. Loffa, T. Mac- Madieski, C. Lionetti, L. MacDougalI. Third Table: K. Lewis, J. Donald, R. Maguire, J. Malaise. J J -. M.. ,J-..-,.,.. .. ,, ,J . 54 v NOMERDOM I1 - First Row, L-R: D. Madzi, V. Mellert. K. Miller. Meliott, J. Masterson, J. Matlaga, F. Mason, S. Mehalick. Fourth A. Mandell, M, Mercurio, M. Miccio, S. Meyerhoff. Second Row: W. Row: C. Matiejunas, M. Mielech, B. Mikita, M. Makovic, R. Martucci, Materia, E. Melka, F. Moloney, K. Marshall, M. Miller, J. Martinkn, W. Mateyak, M. Metz, R. Medway. Missing: D. Meigs. P. McDonald, S. Manfredo. Third Row: D. Miller, G. Mega, R. 88 HOMERUOM 202 - First Table, L-R: L. Owens, D. Milstein, M. K. Moore, D. Muchmore, M. O'NeilI. Filth Table: R. Moralle, W. Morgan, L, Pannullu. Second Table: L. Negola, D. Montagna, C. Orshak, R. Miller, E. Moore, D. O'SulIivan, V. Novello. Standing: M. Parin, A. Opperman, J. Murphy, D. Occimio. Third Table: P. Mills, Nisky, R. Minogue, S. Nasto, L. Lyitray. P. Parenti, E. Miskovich. D. Papandrea, D. Munkel, C. Mollica. Fourth Table: N. Paschenko, HOMERODM 203 -- First Row, L-R: E. Rodner, C. Ricca, S. Rein- polas, J. Reinhardt, G. Perezluha, D. Richmond, N. Privitera, D. hardt, D. Ravich, H. Pecina, N. Romano, C. Rich, L. Pasqua. Second Pasco. Fourth Row: J. Przyhorowski, W., Pevarnik, F. Rigano, J. Row: N. Peason, D. Poeltler, G. Romano, M. Revock, P. Regan, J. Ridenour, T. Pasquale, C. Ragonese, T. Patrick, R. Rincavage. Prygrocki, N. Pinkin. Third Row: J. Peterson, B. Piichford, L. Ra- HDMERDDM 14 - Standing, L-R: James Schneider, P. Schifano, M. Schindler, J. Schneider, F. Schleicher. Seated: J. Schardien, K. Schinestuhl, D. Scalzo, J. Sarama, M. Saporito, B. Sanzane, F. Sansig, K. Sanders, M. Sakelarides, K. Rygiel, D. Ryan, G. Rustick, P. Russo, W. Russell, F. Roth, L. Ross, P. Rosen. Missing: J. Schnaufer. HDMERUDM 207 - First Row, L-R: M. Sonenthal, A. Sheperis, B. Simonet, L. Simone, E. Smeela, K. Shaughnessy, E. Sciacca. Second Row: B. Schulz, T. Schulz, J. Speranza, G. Sperling, G. Scott, N. Stahnke, L. Snillen. Third Row: F. Stankiewicz, T. Squashic, P. Simanoski, J. Stankiewicz, D. Singer, T. Scull, 5. Sedilo. Fourth Row: R. Severs, G. Smolyn, J. Smith, J. Sohinki, R. Schrader, L. Smolar, K. Sevell. Missing: P. Skocypiec, N. Solranko, J. Somers. HOMEROUM 213 -- First Row, L-R: L. Starger, J, Sulek. V. Stecky, J. Tavaska. C. Urbanowicz, S. Tursky. Second Row: R. Syvertsen, N. Szczepanski, C. Troeber, G. Tiller, J. Truskowski, R. Taback, P, Todisco. Third Row: D. Techanchuk. C. Uhlig, S. Strakele, D. Urci- uoli, C. Tavalaro, K. Terhune, N. Thorne. Fourth Row: J. Truse W. Tevlin, R. Stout, D. Stout, R. Sult, Nl. Vanhorn, R. Thompson Missing: B. Tagliareni, R. Tiller, C. Treacy. HDMEROOM 226 - First Row Seated, L-R: N. Vanpelt, S. Vella, G. Weil, l. Wolf, C. Webb, R. Wolk, G. Wilday. Second Row: B. Whittle, D. Ward, J. Wagi, B. Zubak, N. Wall, C. Weiss, G. Verducci, J. Vanpelt. Third Row: N. Verner, J. Wales, R. Weltner, J. Zuckerman, J. Whittle, M. Walsh, F, Wanca, W. Wojciak. Fourth Row: R. Wortrnann, J. Zavali, M. Yates, R. Wilds, R. Yuengel, R. Weber, J. Zatwarnicki. Missing: G. Woodruff. v x Q . . free time can be used to a student's advantage , . . Jim Kassel . . . ff: . . . Joe Smith and Cathy Lichowid find that tests get harder year by year . . . . . . Joanne Speranza learns that sharing is a virtue, even with a boy . . . iiiiiiiiil . . . Valerie Stecky . . . by sophomore year stu- dents learn they do not have to carry their books with them all day . . . . . . John Reinhardt seems impressed with classroom lecture . . . 1 V HDMEROOM CAFE. A 1 - First Row, L-R: J. Albright, D. V. Anthes. Third Row: I. Bellew, C. Arvanites, K. Augulis, Bischoff, B. Black, D. Blackman, B. Anderson, S. Bader, P. Anderson, A. Bertelson, J. Baillie, K. Biniaris. Fourth A, Babinec, G. Ball. Second Row: P. Bialecki, J. Amory, Row: K. Beecher, J. Basile, B. Assell, M. Berman, G. Ameen, K. Bernasky, B. Barnes, J. Argenziano, E. Achtel, J. Barako, S. Bialecki, D. Biro, H. Archer. HOMEROOM CAFE. A 2 - First Row, L-R: D. Carrick, L. Cira- Connolly. Third Row: M. Brescia, K. Cummins. C. Bush, K. sella, J. Bockenek, J. Bunor, P. Boyle, R. Cordts, D. Colanlvono, Catalano, L. Christiansen, E. Bradley, G. Busacca, D. Burdick. B. Brady. Second Row: M. Bolanowski, D. Cifelli, R. Cichowski, Fourth Row: S. Burak, G. Cop, J. Brennan, L. Brunner, J. Connell, I. Bocchino, J. Blum, D. Bracken, J. Bukowski, G. Bonanno, T. L. Cimato, M. Carrier, D. Brophy, R. Brescher. HOMERODM CAFE. B 1 - First Table on Left: D. Dadamo, M. Dailey, A. Daddaric. Second Table: J. Daugenti, N. Dalvesio, J. Einhorn, D. Decker, J. Deardorfl. Third Table: R. Demont, L. Dietze, M. Crisafulli. First Table on Right: M. Elsner, R. Dunning, W. Feins. Second Table: K. Felter, J. Faris, D. Evans, P. Esposito. Third Table: T. Flynn, J. Filield, F. Finn. Standing: L. Czajkowski, D. Dowzycki, J. Doedlein, D. Diquattro, D. Dobiszewski, J. Curio, B. Cutro, R. Dorio. Missing: K. Carson, H. Davison, A. Dibello. 1 HOMEROOM CAFE. B 2 - Standing, L-R: L. Glovacky, J. Gambino, G. Gabriel, D. Garshellis, S. Gardiner. First Table: J. Gais, G. Galis- zewski. Second Table: B. Franz, J. Gabel. Third Table: W. Givney, R. Gittleman, R. Guerry. Fourth Table: R. Gordon, J. Greenberg, P. Gudor, L. Grassle, P. Greco, R. Grysko. Fifth Table: J. Garrity, D Gebkia, K. Gaylord, D. Giammanco, R. Giegrich. Sixth Table: G Foglia, K. Frieborn. Seventh Table: R. Griffin, D. Graca, F. Focci- ponti, B. French, T. Godfrey. Missing: D. Garo. HOMEROOM CAFE. B 3 - First Table, L-R: K. Guzzi, L. Kalish, J. Guszkowski, J. Haber, S. Gunther. Second Table: M. Haluza, K. Hamill, G. Holden, L. Horling. Third Table: M. Hamulak, M. Harding, J. Harrison, J. Harrison. Fourth Table: D. Harlong, J. Hastings, D. Henault, M. Heindel. Fifth Table: J. Herson, J. Hill, W. Hoffman. Sixth Table: S. Huelsenbeck, J. Hurley, H. Husth. Seventh Table: C. Jasivkaic, L. Jeney, M. Jennings, W. Jennings. Eighth Table: R. Jones, M. Kehoe, J. Kaptain, S. Karol. Missing: K. Howell. HDMERDOM 20 - First Row, L-R: B. Kessler. L. Krawec, J. Kelinsky, R. Kelso, D. Kempinski, K. Koch, E. Komishane. Second Row: K. Kokinda, C. Knox, T. Lebowitz, S. Lambert, R. Kerekes, A. Kimmick, P. Lacko, J. Kurtz. Third Row: F. Knies, R. Leonard, P. Kubliska, M. Knox, K. Kessler, S. Kulbaba, G. Kung. Fourth Row: K. Kubinski, B. Kropinicki, R. Kopecky, S. Kornstein, C. Kovacs, B. Leary, L. Kornmeyer. Missing: C. Krause, K. Krov, J. Lawler, D 93 Landmesser. HUMEROOM 27 - First Row, L-R: J. Luetkehaus, K. Mielech, B. S. MacDougaIl, J. Lind, A. Levine, D. Luty. Fourth Row: M. Marrone, Martin, P. Miller, C. Lewis, M. Linzer, M. Miller. Second Row: C. A. Mattes, S. Madersky, S. Marrin. S. McDevitt, K. Minogue. Missing: Maiusiewicz, R. Miller, K. MacNaughton, M. Miller, L. Litchfield, W. L. Levin. Mahoney, G. Levy. Third Row: R. Lewentowicz, A. Mantle, R. Mannell, HOMERDOM 105 - First Row, L-R: S. Mueller, J. Paulmenn, R. Novak. Third Row: K. Partman, K. Nesgood, P. Nadler, L. N. Muroli, M. Naples, A. Oatley, D. Nicholson, K. Muskus, A. Onembo, T. Park, P. Palermo, G. Palya, M. Morgart. Fourth Mirizio, E. Mongiovi. Second Row: P. Mould, T. Parisi, J. Row: T. Osiecki, J. Morton, R. Neary, B. Page, D. Pavelku, J. Muringer, C. Nicholas, G. Mroczek, A. Nalepa, E. Pawlowski, Payne, J. Parise, J. Morton. - - . - .mal HDMEROUM 208 - First Row, L-R. M. Quinn, J. Scarpitio, C. Pinkham, A. Purdy, E. Rudnicki, T. Rowe, K. Russell, A. Rog- Santone, W. Schmidt, J. Rizkalla, E. Perrotta, S. Saley. Second lieri. Fourth Row. R. Plage, M. Roberli, J. Pugh, A. Ratcliffe, 94 Row: B. Rybowski, L. Rea, R. Rizzo, C. Shicker, L. Rutledge, D. Rinato, M. Richardson, M. Reilly. Missing: J. Romonosky, J. Sarafin, D. Porter, B. Russell. Third Row: P. Schadt, E. J. Roszkowski. fffifiii i Iwi 3 EY . we Mi' 'l i . 3 f HDMERDDM 212 - First Row, L-R: K. Stauch, L. Teleshefsky, M. S. Smar, A. Szllagyi, J. Sopko, D. Sulek, K. Terhune, Sonenthai, Second Row: E. Strychowski, S. Stark, P. Starusciak, J. Starger J. Svaikauckas R Sim son R. S ler T Sna . l - D . fy . - fSki. K. Steeger. Third Row: B. Shain, B. Seeger, E. Tallman ,D. Seymour, L. Schuster, V. Row: S. Seltzer, J. Schwankert, G. Schneider, R. Sheola, R. Sullivan, T. Starzynski, T. Tarantin, T. Schriever. Missing: R. Sikorsky. Sohinki, J. Sult, J. Switek. Fourth HDMERODM 224 - First Row, L-R: P. Truss, C. Van Savage, R. Walsh, C. Witkowski, D. Villa, J. Tucker, B. Zuckerman. Second Row. J. Tracey, K. Wilson, P. Zomro, R. Wortmann, S. Wood, J. Totin. Third Row: B. Wray, J. Tevlin, T. Thurber, . . .Betty Rybowski and Jo on subject matter . . . J. Tomasovic, K. Wilson, W. Wagner, W. Waters. Fourth Row: R. Wavershak, J. Turner, G. Tonnesyn, T. Zatonski, W. Young, G. Yarusavage. Missing: V. Villa, E. White, M. Winters, G. Woienski. hn Whittle have mixed emotions 'Nl1' - ' 'mnmaavw - 4. 15 1 . . . Shirley Lambert, Cindy Arvanites and Steve Marrin discover classes can be both intriguing and amusing . . . i M tr W.: . . . well, at least l didn't get the broom . . . Mark Berman presides over class discussion . . . . . . freshmen will be freshmen ..--' aivv'-V M,-1-' Q . . . Jackie Nattrass is representative of A.L.J.'s d -d . . . . . ay reamers . . . yes, some underclassmen do stay out of the Senior Section ' V, i . . . . classroom participation can be stimulated by various methods . . . uv- . . . Regional offers many opportunities for new skills . . . . . . rather reluctant hand-raiser . . . Greg Weil Soul and heart Lift the body To new heights. To give 0ne'sAII For the pleasure Of many. To share 0ne'self With no Promise of reward Save - That of Self Achievement. 1. 3- aus' . A! 1 C Vg-Q' ma s ,si s ff?- in .1 vm- .. 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' W . , F 3 '- .'.' .lf .M fl 4, ff .LA N : - g ,,g..., A ' ilaffi, i'L.Z"'Q'f'Q - K 11:-.:g. .ipgis "Monkey, eh? I'lI show you how to box." 4 i I i 1.1 "You don't know Philadelphia like l do - the depths of evil . 101 The Queen and her Court . . . junior attendant, Susan Mackiewicz . . . senior attendant, Lynn Merkel . . . queen, Susan Lipka . . . senior attendant, Patricia Wilson . . . junior attendant, Cheryl Moroli . . . !'X X X MEWEMRE X UW? -4. ln a mist of shimmering moonlight, With him by my side, We started out at eight that night Each snow-capped mountain as our guide. With the softness of spring and the kiss of snow we danced till two. As l heard our song being played I knew our dreams had come true. Always we will remember this night We have found our somewhere under the glimmering light. . . . couples share a memorable evening . . . ' P Q f , , , expressive faces . . . radiant smiles . . . . . .the last song . . . a moment to treasure . . . 5 CARNIVAL Don Marco roamed the land with naught to protect him but, "A Sword and a Rose and a Cape." CAST PAUL BERTHALET ...........,......,.. ..A.... H oward Gabriel LILI ,,,4,,,,,4,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,. , ,......,,.,.., Diane Berg MARCO ..,.........,......,.. .,.....,.. A rmando Orsini ROSALIE ..,..,..,.. ................... D enise Clark JACQUOT ,,,......... .. Michael Lawrence SCHLEGAL .,,....,..,.. ,. ,......, Gerry Treacy GROBERT .........,..., ..,.....,.... R ichard Rand GLADYS ZUWICKI ...,, Carol Pinkham GLORIA ZUWICKI Barbara Bockenek PRINCESS OLGA .....,,.....,...............,,........ Kathleen Daney GREAT SCHLEGAL DR. GLASS ..........., ROUSTABOUTS ......,,......,, Karen Warner .. Philip DiBattista 'W"""'"'35HH"F5rEi6, Bin Zimmerman, Gary Lajeski, John Boytos CHORUS Joan Kelleher, Judy Huff, Annette Mirizio, Grace Alves, Nancy Osieki, Debby Greene, Doris Uhlig, Holly Peter- son, Karen Gill, Jo Ann Carson, Donna Magda, Sandy Holzhauser, Rich Gais, Ken Boos, Steve Kulbaba, Alan Oatley, Stan Jadus, Mike Ginesi. DANCERS Claire Curry, Joyce Biazzo, Elaine Malmberg, Kathy Dillon, Cheryl Rich, Sue Mueller, Eileen Cunningham, Kathy Wodjewodzski, Karen Felter, Sandor Horky, Bill Assell, Brian Wilson, Paul Pzymena, Chris Schott, Jim Curly. '73 Av' 3 1' E v'1 ., xp U r, "La dvi-in We 'x 4 . 25' f x ., 0 M, Maxx BEL CANTO C. Fernandez L. Lawson M. Ginesi D. Berg S. Gulliford H. Leipzig J. Hannis E. McDevitt J. Huff J. McNulty G. Klitsch N. Osiecki T. Locher H. Peterson A. Orsini J. Proto 5. Pfeiffer S. Truss K. Warner W. Zimmermann C. Wesley K. Boos D. Drummond J. DiBattista J. Fernandez D. Greene K. Gill M. Lawrence . . .Concert Choir . . . CHOIR BELLE-TONES J. Carson J. McManam K. Brown J. Wagi D. Clark C. Pinkharn A, Creamer D. Greene R. Cornett D. Quinn 5- Harbmd E. Kennedy N. Hannis D. Uhlig J, Kuchargki T. Bemstein J. LaMontagne E. Balich C, Lioneni B. Bochenek J. Lorenzen J. Dugan D. Meigs J. Boyd L. MacDougalI J. Kenny D, Milgfein S. Hirschfeld D. Magda K. Daney C, pa,-in M. Moran J. Martinko S. Holzhausen N, Romano S. Weber J. Somers C. Levine P, Rosen J. Yawlak G. Sperling M. Malanga K, Schinesguhl D. Lockhart R. Syvertsen P. Pyzyna C. Treacy G. Harper R. Bawlby R. Rand K. DeCristoforo J. Schwinn J. Hastings S. Cansdale C. Knox A. Ferraro M. Knox J. Fuentes P. Kobliska E. Kelleher S. Kulbaba J. Kelleher A. Dailey S. Mane T. Park E. Nadler K. Terhune S. Andrew L. Daney . . . Belle-tones . . . 06 . . . Carolers . . . . . . Miss Douglass . . . . . old-fashioned Christmas. . . First Row: Gail Sullivan, Cheryl Budd, Teresa Ann Kelly, Chrislel Nord- hausen, Jacquelyn Cusumano, Patricia Jackey, Lynn DiBenedetto, Doris Uhlig. Second Row: Barbara McCulcheon, Carl Young, Alan Veverka, Paul Burger, Eugene Creamer, Michael Genesi, John Privitera, Carol NATIUNAL Danilo, Diane Salvesen. Third Row: Carol Nelson, Jeanne Wanca, Marie Rusciano, Glen Moran, Donald Szcepanski, Daniel Josephs, Charles Adasczik, James Koch. Missing: Lynn Merkel, Sue Palma. HUNUR SUIIIETY ii . s fi. 1, F12 ,A A , y , 5. I, fl-I Q e 5 5, ? 1 L i 6 ,. , i. . f X l 16 , , " " . T iii. I .1 li f U i ' . 2:7 Eff - ' ' if r. . , , v . -s ly . , I b , "ta 5 V f li ' .. I 108 v . . . scholarship . . . leadership . . . citizenship . . . example to be followed . . . tutoring services . . . dignity and integrity . . . Regional's best . . . gr. . . t..,. r- -' ..,,. , .. A . . . service group for school and community . . . slave day . . . pea- nut brittle sale . . . di- rect traffic . . . Miss Key Club dance . . . Charles Adasczik Tom Blaze Paul Burger Chris Bracken Tom Comer Bob Cornett Chuck David Mike Genesi Greg Gurski Mike Healy Ray Hellinger Greg Hoer Dennis Hoyer Ken Hydock Dan Josephs Jim Kessler Jim Koch Mike Lawrence Gil Lesko Ken Liebowitz Tom Locker Greg Maclver Glenn Materia Bob Mattem Ed McDevitt Bob Mikita Rich Miller Glenn Moran Armando Orslni Bill Plage Rich Rand John Rcglieri Gary Smolyn Jim Schneider Gerry Treacy Alan Veverka Gene Wilkinson Bill Wojciak Carl Young , L...J KEY CLUB E .. 42' L.. fr ff. Faculty Advisor, Mr. lan Newman: President, Alan Veverka: Treasurer, James Kochg Secretary, Paul Burgerg Vice-President, Amanda Orsini. Miss Key Club Candidates . . . Ellen Mueller, Jacquelyn Cusumano, Maureen MacNamara, 109 Karen Himpele, Nancy Smith. I - 13 , s .Q ff. ., 4 i.,i,.V, Q ,.,. Vim, we ,V f 'Q ' ' E'f?:S5't-.s""'s' ... "' r '95 if ir: fii i ' , I1 w e D K Aff? ' ' I 2 - 1' .per vars, . ' e ' W '44 .H 7,1 Houon soclsrv .r clieryl Budd Ci-iris Bracken A na Deck B rbara Fornadel R, it-iellinger 1. Kim Lynch Barbara Peterson Bonnie Jo Jacobson Diane Wood te ' 'Z' .'.C?,3'l S' ue, 1 , . ' mea? rw s i r .itvvffeg ,...,. N .- wr, -K Ki ,LEM EERCiLEi 'iii2ANCAIS Betty Ammon Jeanne Bilariini George Ciielli ' ' GayiekCox' '. Danna Drummond .-Lynn Dzuraska X-IPaXn Eerrance ' a-Linda Lee Graham ' . V Marlene Hamuiak Susan Harbord Jeanne Marrcne Debbie Muchmore Jackie Nattrass Linda Negoia Christel Nordhausen Peggy 0'NeiII Susan Palma Christine Pidany John Proto Andre Rossi Robin Syvertsen Renee Troiano FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY Jeanne Bilanin George Cifelii Gayle Cox Lynn Dzuroska Linda Lee Graham Jane McNulty Nancy Osiecki Christine Pidany Diane Terpak Sherry Truss K i J' .f KKK D' ee ' , 1 .M "fvg'ff':'M, 5 S.P.Q.R. ' ' gg K-'Mpwx 'T xi i " M si- Fred eertcxinn "1 g"V,fr'i Patti Bialeeki . ? Don Carroll iniwy ...W - Anna Decks ig Barbara Fornadel he JudY Huff QQ, Bgnnie Jo Jacobsen gt' Bull Kraemer r-:Q Kim Lynch Ellen Nadler 4- Barbara Peterson gf- Q - Jim Pryzbnrcwski Q" V ""anefS Le A ' gawxxiuhniue ,Q Christine Pidany MQ, Ehgs Zracken SH 'n i .K I 3 api HS ac- is if Y, ' ij EL CLUB ESPANOL Grace Alves Lynette Anderson Randy Arthur Jacquelyn Aznar Ralph Backus Ellen Bahl Tom Best Joyce Biazzo Janice Bihler Janet Blum Judy Boyd Marie Calderone Pat Catozzi Pat Clark Maria Commins Joy Connell Cathy Coyle Diana Crisafulli Val Culbert Sue Danilo Cathy Tanzi Donna Fenesz Janet Gais Charlene Gruber Sandy Gunther Gayle Harper Mary Heindel Janice Hermann Mary Horton Carolyn Harzepa Diane Jasman Kathy Keena Vicki Jasman Jean Legan Lisa Levin Linda Lewentowicz Wendy Friedfeld John Levin Jim Lewis Jayne Lind Jim Logothetis Sue Mackiewicz Arlyn Mandell Dianne Mantu 1 Barbara Martin Marla Miller Nancy Maroli Sue Mueller Michele Naples Diane Michalson Sue Olearczyk Linda Pannullo Nina Paschenko Linda Pasqua Kathy Patzua Janet Paulmenn Sandy Petrucelli Donna Poetler Randi Toback Nancy Thorne Gerry Treacy Jean Truskcwski Joanne Yost Steve Walk Nancy Wall Tom Erner Karen Herman Jean Wagi Emerlinda Mangiovi Nora Privitera Richard Rand Debbie Ravich Peggy Regan Cherly Rich Pris Rosen Fern Roth Greg Rustie Denise Ryan Betty Rybowski Pat Schadt Lance Silverman Sandy Smal Mark Sonenthal Joe Smith Linda Storms Kathy Russell William Tussell if' Z 55.25 1:24. , u, . J. xx wzawgrx Q WM! Q5 i 69f"'t'fa., , .. -NM. .T QL SPANISH HONOR SOGQETY 'fx Jacquelyn Cusumano Diane Dmitczak Barbara:MCGLiiCheon Lynn Merkil ff Glenn Moran. ' Carol Nelson Gail Sullivan , Anne Valenti - Thomas Ward Diane Berg Joyce Biazzo ff- .th 2 -...L ., 9, "mf ,' . mxzuwara McDevitt W Marie Calderone Thomas Comer N Virginia Guerriero , , Karen Herman ff' Glenn Holzapfel -4 ' Diana Jasman . Myra Kozatch . Maria Valenti 3. Phlliphlvishna Joanne Yost Qu' , Q ,W 1 , .. ,. F aifrtwf' ' S 'fl Y. 5 exj Qc -at 't DEUTSQHER KLUB ' m ,ff Leslletliordascogt-gy' en Christelrlord s Doris Uillig " Margeiorenz 5 Kareh.Kline' J , Gflri Misdgrn Gull 3 fshgis Trueber r ris " vwglgws ixlllenn f randlen ' 3 Jim Kessler Vg, Algis Adomavicius qtPaul Lacko rry Bishop rt Novak -.,jWilIiam Krooinicki om Brown H?-is arry Greb Ken Boas Bob Nied Frank Brown Elaine Malmberg Richard Sheola Dan Rempinski Debbie Decker Kathy Koch Diane Mumkel Sue Boettke Val Stecky Ron Granrnth Martha Lorenz Barb Bockenek Jackie Walsch George Yarusanage Kathy Dillon 111 . . . general student council . . . raising money . . . spending money . . . in the interest of A.L.J .... voicing requests and grievances of students . . . 112 STUDENT . . . executive student council . . . president, Chris Pyle . . . vice-presi- dent, Al Ferraro . . . recording secretary, Joan Kelleher . . . cor- responding secretary, Darlene Drummond . . . treasurer, Diane Salvesen . . . booster club repre- sentative, Pat Adamski . . . P.T.A. representative, Karen Stec . . . ad- visor, Mr. Pyle . . . . . . senior class officers . . . presi- dent, Armando Orsini . . . vice- president, George Klitsch . . . sec- retary, Pam Rutledge . . . treasurer, Jim Montefusco . . . representa- tives, Barbara Garo, Linda Ritch- ings'. . . advisors, Mrs. Scarff, Mr. Blakely . . . ADMINISTRATIUN . . . junior class officers . . . president, Scott Aruta . . . vice- president, Nancy Trieschmann . . . treasurer, Kathy Wojewodski . . . secretary, Kathy Reinhardt . . . representatives, Sherry Truss, Sue Mackiewicz . . . advisors, Mr. Faulks, Mrs. Bennett . . . . . . freshmen class officers . . . president, Bob Page . . . vice-presi- dent, Ted Osiecki . . . secretary- treasurer, Bob Plage . . . advisors, Mr. DiLolIo, Mrs. Menendez . . . . . . sophomore class officers . . . president, Jane Sulek . . . vice-president, Lynette Ander- son . . . treasurer, Sue Boettke . . . secretary, Cathy Jacquemin . . . representatives, Carol Bu- sacca, Donna Urciouli . . . ad- visor, Mr. Kastner . . . 113 . . . president, Pat Jackey . . . vice-president, Bertha Viligor . . . secretary, Karen Gill . . . treasurer, Donna Bishop . . . Nancy Trieschmann . . . Sandy Buydos . . . Ardeth Creamer . . . Denise Kusuk . . . Donna Dircks , . . Mary Kirpan . . . Kathy Hudok . . .Alice King . . . advisors, Mrs. Chevalier, Miss Gambacurta . . Pat Sielski Linda Spielmann Linda Steychcwski Carol Sturchio Mary Ellen Tallman Pat Thompson Nancy Trieschman Joan Adamski Lyn Rapolas Marie Lucia Sue Meyerhoif Irene Madiara Marian Nlaleski Denise Ryan Joan Scarpitto Jean Hardison Claire Schiller Nancy Szczepanski Carol Treacy Susan Tursky Kathi Hudock Janet Van Pelt Nancy Van Pelt Carol Lewis 114 Barbara Martin Carol Matusiewicz Anita Giglio Karen Gill Susan Angelo Shireley Guerrierc Kathi Reinhardt Peggy Manelski Marianne Manfredo Kathy Wnjewodski Judy Kuspiel Martha Lorenz Lee LaBate Debbie Lockhart Betty Kennedy Susanne Primm Kathy Nesgood Kathy Partman Dale Carrick Lucille Cimato Ruth Sanford Nance Scarpitto Sandy Buyclos Kathy Cantwell FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA Cheryl Maroli Nancy Mills Linda Nowakowski Alice King Mary Kirpan Karen Kollar Nancy Sprovach Helen Sult Cathy Tanzi Sue Gardiner Janet Bardzik Donna Bishop Joann Albright Jean Amory Virginia Anthes Joyce Barako Janice Kucharski Denise Kusuk Patricia Zomro Anita D'Addarin Joan Doerflein Debra Dowzycki Linda Mac Dougal! Diane Madjeski Candace Burak Arlene Burkhardt Carol Carey Debby Clos Ce Ce Heindel Pat Jackey Barbara Jacquemin Donna Cifelli Rita Finnerty Barbara Fornadel Phyllis Fracasso Kathy DeCristufor Ardeth Creamer Donna Dircks Mary Lou D'Elis Pat Grabowski Jane Henrson Leda Schuster Elaine Strychowski Kathy Kokinda Ann Kimmick Bertha Villigor Karen Kondrasewic Eleen Lesko Sheri Mcdersky Jane Rosenthal Sally Schindler Joan Yawlak FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Lynn Litchfield Marie Marrone Judy Muringer Annette Merizio Sue Muller Janet Paulmenn Ellen White Marilyn Eobertz Kathy Brown Wendy Friedtield Pam Gill Pat Guyla Sue Habora Nancy Harding Kathy Kubalak Ginny Mellut Debbie Muehmore Linda Negola Marge O'Neil Nancy Peason Linda Pannullo Celeste Harrison Karen Herman Myra Kozatch Marge Lorenz Diana Jasman Karen Kline Jeanne Marrone Bonnie Mushett Kathy Patzwa Chris Pidney Linda Lewentowicz Cindy Sharp Patty Storm Linda Storms Jackie Nattrass Sandy Weber Marie Caldercne Joan Karamus Patti Adamski Valerie Ammacucci Pat Binetti Peggy Regan Linda Simone Janet Sulek Robin Syvertsen Jean Wagi Beth Hasth Nancy Wall Nancy Paulmenn Janise Bihler Ellen Bahe Diane Berg Pam Billy Barbara Bockenek Judy Boyd Tina Bernstein Barbar Cebula Mary Jane Coniglip Gayle Cox Anna Deck Linda Lee Graham Linda Bonasch Leslie Cordasco Jackie Cusumano Lynn DiBeneditt0 Michelle Ferrara Cathie Geiger Barbara Gare Kathy French Peggy Haman Terri Kelly Carol Nelon Christel Nordhausen Paula Platt Teddy Quinn Stephanie Rudo Marie Rusciano Barbara McCutcheon Gail Sullivan Doris Uhling Val LeWand . . . advisor, Mrs. Giebelhaus . . . president, Nancy Paulmenn . . . vice president, Barbara McCutcheon . . . corresponding secretary, Carol Nelson .. . recording secretary, Terry Kelly . . . treasurer, Pat Adamski . . . membership, Pam Billy . . . 7, ,gg A 115 COSMETOLOGY CLUB Pat Andrade Georgette Balasic Martha Bartlett Linda Earto Sherry Brazensky Marie Cangelosi Laura Cheravalh JoAnn Constantine Susan Crosby Brenda D'Agostino Lynn De Graaff Edith Desch Joyce Culuck Linda Francisco Bernadet Germanski Kristine Hamell Marie Scalinge Barbara Thomson Patricia Fornambe Karen Zawislak Cathy Ford Margaret Fulton Jill Greenberg Cheryl Isaac Helen Kovack Gail Krebs Marina Misiewicz Colleen Moore June Park Sandra Schultz Gail Van Pelt Linda Woienski Karen Zawislak Mrs. Vasta, Advisor FUTURE NURSES ASSOCIATION Diane Antas Judy Boyd Karen Himoele Kathy Lagg Elaine Malmberg Joyce McManamy Carol Pinkham Cindy Sharp Nancy Sleeger Jackie Walsch Jeanne Wanca Ronnie Warne Mrs. Brown, Advisor ffm' ann., DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Barry Bowers Rich De Gutis Phil Di Battista Marsha Dodds Kathy Dominich Kim Frank Steve Gima Ed Grassle Ruth Haut Joan Hidi Bill Jones Joe Keating Peggy Manelski Jody Major Kathy Murphy Anna Sashen Bob Scapati Dottie Sniffen Bob Tallman Connie Tracchio Ginny Trader Mrs. Ullom, Advisor CHESS AND CHECKERS CLUB . . . Charlie Adascik . . . Cheryl Budd . . . Pau Burger . . . Susan Gulliford . . . Dan Josephs . . Jon Kline . . . John Privitera . . . Teddy Quinn . . advisors, Mr. Kleinhans, Mr. Faulks . . . . . . Charlie Adasczik , . . Randy Arthur . . . Gary Beiksha . . . Chris Bracken . . . Paul Burger . . . George Cifeili . . . Mike Clarson . . . Dan Josephs . . . Jon Kline . . . Myra Kozatch . . .Jim Logothetis . . . Ed MeCevitt . . . Barbara Peterson . . . John Privitera . . . Tom Sopko . . . Gene Wilkinson . . . Mike Zavoda . . . advisor, Mr. Kleinhans . . . CH EMISTRY CLUB PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Steve Cutler Paul Todisco Fran Rosenlhal Sharyn Katz Tom Snarski Rich Heisenbottle Mike Mielech Pa L l aden Bob Schulz Pete Oliveri Kevin Kane John Hill Bill Kraemer Raymond DeVito Jim Przyborowski Bill Russell Mr. Walker, Advisor AUDIO VISUAL AIDS Paul Burger Ron Curry Chuck David Jim Hardison Greg Hoer Jim Hoover Dennis Hoyer Ken Hydock Bill Kropinicki Mr. Hilla, advisor CAFETERIA Jerry Caskoral Victor Coppleson Pele DelGandic Tim George Dan Guare CORPS Matt Kearney Joe Kulbaba Andy Misiewicz Chris Pyle STAGE CREW Bob Brown Marc Hecht Dennis Hoyer Bill Kropinicki Tom Locher Pete Oliveri Jim Plybowski Steve Rzenlinski Jim Elaler Bob Usa Bill Wojciak FIRE PATROL Dennis Einstein Jim Montelusco Dan Guare Doug Prae Bill Kardias Chris Pyle Bob Mattern Jsnmzw- , ,.f.'f'e' R ' V1 - i ,f QUEST Pam Ferrance, Editor Diane Berg Jeanne Bilanin Chris Bracken Marie Calderone George Cifelli Thomas Comer Gail Cox Karen Herman Diane Jasman Myra Kozatch Vwgilg . Ed McDevitt Jane McNulty Nancy Osiecki Barbara Peterson Chris Pidany Richard Rand Diane Terpak Sandra Weber Marie Valenti Michael Zavoda 4 J STAFF UNKNOWN VERSE BY LADY MACBETH Thou art a shadowy companion. Thou. who precedes the final shadow, Have taken lodging in fetid dwelling, Wherein is derelict deed of death. Ah, if thou were but a torturer, Who could'st tear and rend but flesh. Be only a hangman and I would reward thee best. Oh, thou an more insidious, subtle fiend. Release me, final shadow, from a reality That is not. Do l see another? "Out dammed spot." Michael Mickelson a-55 ,--. fb - fi 13' :iii .Z'!3'TIi..,, 1 "12fi5:'EiX .ffc"fir"' l I J Afb'2K'f5ifvTi-f53??3" - K E3 f"'j'i? ff Q,Jae.gixifbiig-151. ,,, ,, ,X . ,. . , X fx ,fI,,p:f,l I ea Q mil: Q R ix ' E5 ' El A ' Izitwfifilivw.-,QLL1 X W H r i.g , 2 li w ll 513 if K lf QA,,us5E?f5gsffEa5xi'iY:.i Fly" P ,ff El 59 sql - ,r Q--6 il xii ifegjy' k L ' fy ' 135' we Liggeigy ,gif 1.,. is ei Ry., , fav' lg? ,, , ,Jie fi, feb' ffil K7 if f CRUSADER SALES 2 This year the Crusader staff has dpne Vt" an outstanding job with its publication. ' gg: More issues, more pages, and new and ' if-W Interesting articles have been added. ' The Lance staff would llketo commend .1 A A the Crusader staff on a fine job. , if Z I . ,, , H , f l . , X ilill ' ' ' l Glill, L-Ew.L..C x ll',K,.f is I f-5. . rv' ,nl ,X lg., ,ef x CRUSADER SPOTLIGHT Karen Herman, Janice Bihler Editor-in-Chief Amy Purdy Diana Jasman Kathy Russell Sue Maskiewicz Mark Metz Karen Kline Jim Curry Marge Lorenz Bob McGee George Cifelli Joyce McManamy Sandy Hcrky Ellen Bahl James Hardison Steve Cuttler Adrienne Dudek Lisa Landsman Mike Lawrence Mike Mieliech Chuck David Phil Wishna Bill Plage David Genschel Howie Leipzig Myra Kozatch Gayle Harper Wendy Friedfeld Jeanne Marrone 121 . Q., ff l LANIIE Renee Troiano .....,. Barbara Garo, Business Editor Linda Bonasch Rich Weinstein Patricia Jackey Bonnie Jo Jacobsen, Literary Editor Barbara McCutcneon, Layout Editor Patricia Neuhaus, Art Editor Danny Billy Linda Assell. Photography Editor Cheryl Budd, Faculty Editor Marie Rusciano, Senior Editor Anne Valenti Betty Ammon Renee McNamara, Underclassmen Editor Marilyn Prish Jackie Cusumano Pam DiBiagio, Clubs and Activities Editor AX of class THAT much . . you wanted my lay out todayl? . . TAFF Editor-in-Chief Gail Sullivan Diane Salvesen, Girls' Sports Editor Karen Himpele J'm K h I dc , Boys' Sports Editor Doris Uhlig, Typing Editor Laura Chiravalle Elaine Malmberg Karen Gill Tina Bernstein Jeanne Bilanin Marie Calderone Donna Drummond Ray Hellinger Barbara Peterson Christine Pidany Andre Rossi Miss Elaine Allgoever Mr. Robert McCusker Faculty Advisors -.-slr . .those captions will be censored!!! . . ..rememberthis above all, no teacher is to be insulted -2 , 'id X A. saw.. 4 f FFS: ,!s4' , ef' -ff ' fi . . . what do you mean, this isn't a senior book!?! . . ' e,..'9:.L W zyffz, HEALTH OFFICE Carol Pinkham Jackie Walsch Jane Grickowski Kathy Legg Celeste Harrison Fran Rosenthal Pat Jackey Karen Himpele Karen Haden I T - UFFIIIE ASSISTANTS Karen O'Shanney Cindy Sharp GUIDANCE OFFICE Linda Nowakowski Dolores Wisnosky Marilyn Prish Sandy Holzhauser Sandy Holzhouser Lynn Fellman Marie Cangelosi Anne Valenti Marge Lorenz Carol Galush Nancy Thorne Barbara Guzzi Kathy Patzwa Tina Bernstein Jackie Cusumano Nancy Gwiazdowski Barbara Bcckenek Jim La Montaingne Anna Deck LIBRARY COUNCIL Sfawaduf 124 Randy Taback Joan Ka ramies Gayle Ball Eddy Smeela Betty Haarnbeck Eileen Bellew Debbie Malmios Ann Sheperis Ken Amory Denise Rinato Joan Karamus Randi Taback Lisa Landsman Jill Garrity Donna Ducks Maria Lucia Robert Teller Beth Husth Barbara Martin Kathy Nesgood Pa! Bralecki lleen Bacchino Lynn Lychfield M2 X l K GIRLS' ATHLETIC OFFICE Peggy Haman Marla Lewis Kathi Hudock Dottie Quinn Cathy Fernandez Dottie Zinkowicz Kathy Cantwell Jane McNulty Val Amicucci Chris Nordhousen Gail Sullivan Terry Kelly Debbie Clos Pam Billy Bertha Viligor ATTENDANCE OFFICE Barbara Garo Kathy Wojewodzski Kathy French Carol Busacca Denise Freda Sue Danilo Ellen Kelleher Michelle Ferreirra Kathy Ditzel Sue Cyarnieiw Carol Nelson Linda Assell Chris Troeber Pam Stunger Ginny Mellert Maureen Marrin Pam Rea Sue Boettke Lynn DiBenedetto Eileen Moran Pat Binetti Lynn Merkel Diane Kearney BOYS' ATH LETIC OFFICE Karen Stec Marie Rusciano Helen Sult Debbie Clos Ellen Mueller Pat Hancharick Nancy Smith Joanne Hannis Linda Strychowski Claire Schiller Nancy Green Renee McNamara Jeanne Wanca Pam DiBiagiu Barb Jacquemin Judy Kuspiel Dottie Zinkowicz Diane Salvesen 125 . . . Lynn Merkel. . . Karen Himpele . . . Sue Boettke . . . Ellen Mueller . . . Ellen Kelleher . . . Kathy Jacquemin . . . Karen Stec . . . Denise Stillman . . . Sue Czarniewey . . . Sherry Truss . . . CHEERLEADERS possessing school spirit . . . games and parades . . . the team's oefeat is their own . . . 126 l 5. . . . captain Lynn Merkel . . . co-captain, Karen Himpele . . . . . . pep rallies . . . keep the crowds yelling . . . if COLOR GUARD TWIRLERS l First row: Pamela DiBiagio, Rita Gillis, Darlene Drummond, Carol Nelson Kcaptainl, Patricia Jackey, Joan Kelleher, Susan Palma. Second row: Kathy Patzwa, Karen Herman, Linda Lewen- towicz, Kathy Fernandez, Pamela Billy, Marie Rusciano, Betty Batich, Mary Jane Coniglio, Sandy Buydos, Nancy Paulmenn. . . . present arms . . . right shoulder arms . . . keep in step Queen Anne s salute . . . double-twelve drill and . . . left . . . left . . le lwgggvsi I , , precision necessary . . . Diane Terpak, Eileen Cunningham, Peggy Ann Reagan you should see our football team . . . . . . every man for himself . . . UNLY AT . . . I think football is just too wonderful , . . . . . don't worry about direction, just take the ball and run . . . but coach, put me in now . . . charge . . . l . . . 15 yard penalty . . . touchdowns, touchdowns, touchdowns, girls . . . block that kick . . . let's try for a field goal . . . number 3? what's number 3 . . . ...senior victory. . . 7 to 6 . . . who's got the ball, now . . . hey, none of that XX but coach, I can play . . . ow, my alr . . . . . . whew, l'm glad that's over . . . 129 . . . sports assemblies . . . gym classes . , . plays . . . work and play . . . time for each . . . give and take . . . did l ever tell you about the time . . . UNLY AT -.I f, sz' for-r on to the Olympics . . . 130 but that's not in the script . . . . . .assemblies . . .entertaining and informative. ..didn't Group A go last time . . . I haven't seen one yet . . . hey dummy, get up it's half time . . . . . . student-faculty game . . . teacher's triumph . . . game's over- refreshments . . . pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake . . . . . . pep rallies . . . girls take over spirit and enthusiasm . . . boys in the kitchen . . .oh no! . . . switching roles. . . . . . stop stalling for time . . . 131 blink . . . for the prom: one of our more popular tuxedos . . . ...line up2 . kick a little higher . . . . . . my what a handsome boy . . . . . ' io UNLY AT ,i 2 .,. . and for my next trick . . . by 2 and be quiet - - - S0 . . .appropriate what if this dress is is the coldest necessary . , . day in the relief from Year - - - but academics . .. teachers .can developing Wear their participation COBIS - - -The D and interest men are working , , , dress-up on the fire day , ,, alarm system . .. ignore all bells. . . 132 ...exodus... . . . but John, I paid for it . . . . . . now, will you shut off the engine . . don't let soccer go to your head . . . . . . can anyone identify this little boy? Giving mind And body To wing To lose. Some say it be fate - Not I nor you. Combining talents Adding support, EnthusiasmandDetermination LeadershipandResponsihiIity. To wing To lose. We never lose While giving of Ourselves. N X 8 i ...HQ ,.f42,,N .ff AK pfki 335' - -.sw-M1 i' WW t ,X X 453-EF' '2'gl92- 1 "1 nj- Xb. A wb W ! , L, 2' Q 'limi . Nyc, , wil' K ,QW 'if QSM -M ., K . 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'u in , YQ, 1 "' +3 r A.J. 0 28 21 16 O L. Opponent Westfield ,,,,........,,..., ,,,..,........, 1 2 Dayton Regional . ,..,. ....,......, 7 Cranford ,,,,.....,.. ...,,,...... A 0 Hillside ,...... ............... , ....., ..., 7 Governor Livingston ..., 7 16 6 12 0 . . . great expectations . . . George Scott . . . gamble . . . fourth and inches . . . Brearly . ..,................., South River ...,.,,,....., Rahway ,.,,,,,, . ,.,,. Scotch Plains ...... 26 13 O . . . passing and foot control . . . necessities . . . Joe Dunn . . . John Mycz . . . First Row: J. Kessler, B. Wilds, J. Logothetis, C. Bracuto, Veverka. Third Row: Coach Peragallo, G. Cifelli, P. Pyzyna, J. Mycz, C. Bracken, J. Dunn, E. Wray. Second Row: B. D. Wagner, J. Kuenze, J. Kline, L. Daney, M. Tonnesen, C. Lanier, R. Backhaus, P. Brady, B. Wales, P. Wouters, P. Schmaedig, A. Adomavicius, J. Proto, R. Arthur, J. Sohinki. Bongiovanni, G. Wilkinson, P. Reynolds, N. Tabor, A. SUCIIER .. . Pat Brady . . . positioning important . . . llitll , ,-7, F HJ- gtoptnsix ' KI it vs. constant involvement and contact . . .starting drive toward goal Carl Smaedi g ...Lee Daney... . lf?-fx? PHY" : Neil Tabor . . . ...Jon Kline... Q . 5... A ' if ,,,1Z2'3?I'?'T'1?:G" -rf:"'..1. ..b, . 3, 17 s 'r 5 , . tg, 'f ...Lee Daney... Varsity 4 4 6 Junior Varsity 8 0 2 Frosh 5 1 2 Wins Losses Ties ' z, - .2357-":. -mg . . . Pete Wouters . .. sk. ' Al Vevefka - -- ...Bin winds... 1 . .. Pete Bongiovanni QL BASKET f l -V-J ' ff' N 4d l A V 5 ,Q , , . 'A Q r , , l -f' l .fr f 1, Al flu. f-,- W ,g,,-NMI .W g V' -S f ' . 4-kXh L at u...f'1i - AR''e""f'K"'?mfQ:3,--f-.-, -,Q I '3- ...i-2l.5L.Q'...4.Ll,. L. "W?"Hkg. L ,lg W - . T, ,- If 'fm 1 Q A ' . . . cnet lvlelll . . . excellent ball handler. . . f f"r"- '- ,- g fr - fi ' Z 'WW fine shooter . . . good defense-man . . . Greg ' g I Q Mclver . . . Bob Blejwas , . . good potential . . . ,s4,,..i...,.,2.y..,,L..' I l ,,-.-,,l ,A ,,..,,. Lw ML.-- Q ..,., L-, 1, '-7' L ,...:.-,,,,..j,. ' UL ' r - 1 1 ' 5-,.. . "f iWf'f'ai'fWf- W' .j.'.-'.' " E' ,... 5 L., ., Q ,iggf,if,Qw, M, .YY '. 1 . 1 I 15,1 Q 'ffm I ' z qs- 3 2 L ' l f J ' y X .3 f . S-X K n V 2, lr, W 1, ,,.f,,. ' y . x :RT A T af , s ' f- , , 5 v ' f ' '-r 2 :Q S- S X W , lr ,vf Q l fl-lf arf' Joe Dunn . . . aggressive and skillful . . . Ed McDevitt . . . Howie Leipzig Greg Gorski . . .A.L.J.'s Cagers . . . N .-'earn vw" 5-.....,,M 'viefrmq ' . . . Jump Joe, get that ball . . . team coopera- tion . . . needed for victory . . . good re- bounder is a valuable player . . . 146 Bob Blejwas Chuck David Joe Dunn Greg Gorski Jim Hoover Howard Leipz Glen Materia Ed McDevitt Greg Mclver Chet Melli John Roglieri ,Q .-- si' l X G. Totin, J. Boone, M. Walsh, K. Hydock, J. Masterson, R. Severinc, R. Fuentis, M Shadi, I. Roth, J. Madiara, R. Garthwaite. IIRUSS-BUUNTRY ,.-0 . . . Ken Hydock . . . Jack Masterson . . . Ira Roth . . . Rick Fuentis . . . stamina . . . 4 1-, , . '?. :J 5 fe' ,Ja , Y' - -A .V gbi' v , . 15 ., s ., lftf- 0' 1 -1-f 'nf ' T' " .5 'ffl 5--fj.,pf. lf.. U J- .4 ,E . ,N,,V . iii - wiv, wr, , .Q Ay., LJ.. V ,K .LA .- . ' 1. 1 Y ' ' 1' 9 f' '?LL'1f'3,, r 'iw' , ,jim-.,i',5 1',!g1lv2Ng,V.:g. f . Q: M?-'2, an 'M -4-K A , Jw':.r,. ..'R"?9Q'?. . . . Dennis Hoyer . . . . . . Pete Bongiovanni . . BUWLINE First Row: Mr, Kenny, Ron Severino, Pete Bongmvanni, Dennis Hoyer, Bill Hamaydi, Al Veverka, Bill Kardias. Second Row: Bill Pevarnik, Frank Schleicher, Rich Lykes, Wayne Franz, Angelo Lardieri, Bob Liscak. .,, ,Vg 4e 1 1 ' W z-- - L-- -4. . . AI Veverka . . Q21 as, 90- Angelo Lardieri Rach Brodka nndnvrdual victories . . need team support . " ' Greg Hoer pinning combination Dan Josephs Gene Fontana . . . VARSITY WRESTLERS Paul Greco Steve Mehalick Ai Opperman Rick Illion Gene Fontana Gary Burak Richard Brodka Richard Miller Tom Sopko George Scolt Dan Josephs Tim Beaver Greg Hoer Art Schneider Sieve Strakele Gil Lesko P. M Bongiovan ni Ci ccotel I i Daney L. T. Gillespie D. J. Kessler G R K R. J. Ryan Hoyer Materia Miller Reldy Ruta Saley G. S. Schaeffer P. Schifano B. Schnitzer C. Young Dennis Hoyer experience behlnd the plate . . . BASEBALL baralleled season tight defense . . . good team morale . . . ..,DuogProe... I il A Q. . . . Greg Gorski . . . Jon Kline . . Charlie Adasczik . . . ski endurance dedication require ments for a successful season SENIOR LEI' TERMEN Greg Hoer IT 1 Matt Kearney C Adasczlk R Backhaus D Balogh T Beaver B k Iac en K Burdlc Carmello Geiger G Gorskl G Hoer Hydock Jaremko M Kearney J Kline TRACK 2 2, -I m cr o 1 2222 Kocenko Lykes Mattes Mattern Mul I :gan P Mahoney M Malanga Osmansku Plage roe T Skorion T Saley N Tabor E Wray 1 O s 'l. ll 'u... ' ' '- Ql l l 1 ' 'Y 1 cl I ' . 'k - J. . J. ' B. ' D. Gensqhel Parila . I D.P K. . T. . lrf. - 151 f-1 -.' - T. "1 ll 911.2-gg 3 l GULF . 5 A' 'TMIYW'l9 3 . . . Steve Totin Mike Lanigan - - - . . . that's a "gimmee" . . .fore . . . - - - Bob USB use a 5 iron . . . silence and con- centration . . J. Finegil M. Lamgan S. McDevitt G. Mega W. Orshak G. Rustik -11, T. Scull ' M. Tonnessen S. Totin R. Usa A. Veverka Mark Tonnessen 'UVM 5' -BA Y' l f-h' I '- 5 'XS K A Him- .L.rQ.awe.nmg ,g-.mm K A ' ,f f fl' J X 4 X qQ,,i G. A. A. Officers: Pai Binetti, State Representativeg Diane Salvesen, Treasurer: Dottie Zinkowicz, Presidentp Gayle Cox, Secretary. Missing: Cathy Femandez, Vice President. GIRLS' SPURTS - -.33 ,J 154 ...d o I get a prize if I catch the ring? . . . ', I ' N' 4,f.,..rm.-' is , . , ,4 gif,-cggifszf' , M 5-5, -1 4,1 ,. LS? . ff? -'1' , - f 'J' .- . , A E -,., , .1-, Q - ,, , y' .... A' A . ' s .J , . AAN X as. xwpt. A, -4- ,JW IX W-Y' M -Ti! ":. ,I - . qx .. . . 4... ',, 1 3 . I. nf' s. 4 1 5, ll.: .- f ' F- - 1.Q A 'mi-Q' If ff gg ,- 2 f 'QQ' Y' g fx .J 9 . W4 rw -fs x . mf 44 U yy? x,NX ,Ha fi' 4 JK ' ,Sf 3 3. Q , 1 .X N x an ., Gun' A- X 2 5 fs. ' -5 Q 5, Y f x . 4?,.:3i.,tgv ik W...-2 1. ' : , vim: -SJ Q. ,,,.,I,wf,1- ' 1 ' r Mg 5.5 ' BL 1 Cv" N W - 4. lf 111 . rvw- X J w, . l-:WJ .4 f 4 t l X. xx ' .gn fbi w.,..fw, sl. f --1 . . . Dottie Zinkowicz . . . Nancy Green . . . set up a pass . . . 'um -sr ,nt .Z .nn D fw 4- X-vig, 'gc '- -'H' Q . 'J 1'-' . UM f?Vf?"' 1 1 V: '. ' 1'-.-:fur ff -w:.,1'x-1 '- wmv: . f xl: yu ,. ..1ae,,.1 .iq Q .fr a ,y,.. ,. N f':v'fFwP.w4 .ff'.'. .Biff "HI kj, :gin 'IE '-. fy- f P. .,..'f-'ffszsmfff-5:-gag,-ig .,f-:agp ' Q r: -- P ' .M y ws, sf- - L e . , , , A A , QQ 3: Q . . . Marilyn Prish . . . Dottie Zinkowicz . . . we're close to .!...'.'U: 1' ff! 4":lif3i if "'faf??3'mZ,gK U , ' 4 f the al ian :W s 1.'Kw.f:kQ,'fS-":'w2 if ,san-iag.,4g,z.z-sf:1.' . ' .fgzg E0 1 WW - - - ' - ' V ,mi:i??3:2iJ'12fi??'-ifiaf 1 . , . .':..f,frx..aQ-1 Wy,-M 'wr H .',.,. . r gg,.ff2Qaf9'.Qie:f-,. K . '. 1" ' ' f ,.'.'::1Q'.' ivfv- W . 1 Q.-nimu ,I W i V y . - K- ' ' ' L ' ,,-1 or . Q , z Q -bib ESQVEHAFO. i . . . Eileen Moran . . . Joyce Begasse . . . Ginny Guerriero . . . Joyce, that's the 6 wrong side of the stick . . . 15 K, W .f V, -9. . UA., . . ,.. 5 , w .9 , - ,- rmsf k .,w,f,,,f:u-f.ulH""""' N " ' Nw ':. , ,,M.,,,.4, ,X ' ' ' Ciiiggyg.. -ry":"4L4.i Yi f-rg.: .ew .- ' , MW.. F 3 M1,y,qffP: X 'M "' ' 4' 3 :if ,. W-4.:f.,. Q:-S413 I' . xg k NYJ., ,,::4.,-.w- '::"'." A , .1w4.4.-"'0'21-.ff-, f ' , ' T' . , '5-1" -.-r K' . . as M 'agyf-4f1:f ' P r k 1-'l1.-AQ' L ' -,S V 2 ' f'J.1g' 31 ' ' ' Y ' f 5, ., t M -wx 15 f I ' ' ., gl-f-.x'rK'-xg, - N 1431 ' ' ' . ', x ' " W ' ' N rj Q , Lv -V h . A 1 9. K 'A ' ' . -, J. .1-ft . .M . "Aw ' - rf- yg I Q :ur FRESHMEN: First Row: J. Muringer, K. Russell, J. Morton, C. Bush, V. SOPHOMORES: First Row: D. Munkel, C. Eusacca, A. Dudek, P. Kuenze Sohinki. Second Row: K. Gaylord, S. Guenther, A. Nalepa, B. Russell. N. Yacabonis. Second Row: K. Jacquemin, L. Anderson, C. Coyle, E Miskovich. Third Row: S. Buettke, S. Danilo, I. Wolfe, A. Guerin. ..... .-Y. 1 BASKETBALL . . . Dottie Zinkowicz jumps for the ball . . . . . . Marilyn Prish goes for a foul shot . . . 158 ...watchout...hereIcome... 1 . , SENIORS: First Row: M. Conaghan, V. LeWand, M. Rusciano, D. Salvesen, C. Fernan Zinkowicz. Second Row: J. Cusumano, N. Green, C. Pinkham, M. Prish, E. Moran. 3 JUNIORS: First Row: S. Truss, D. Kearney, C. Clausen, D Black D Butler Second Row: K. Daney, M. Mushett, J. Begasse, G. Guerriero. dez, D ...Cheryl Moroli . . . gee, Miss Lin, do I get an A? . . . f" Ginny Guerriero . . . watch-out trackmen . . . , , , Kathy Bernasky . . . just a few more feet x..-4 , .. .Ginny Guerriero . . . good form . . . . . . Mary Kirpan . . . fore!!! I' , -1 x , . , f . , A Nl: X k H vs-SEN 1. ..,,.,. 2, K Vflif ' ' warm -1- 'iwiif'-.tw wa 4 1 -2 Qi... . . . Ann Guzzi . . . difficult stunt. . . done with ease . . . ,X aaa.. .M 1' ffl' Q -ex ggi' v 9 2 f r f LS: If ,, . ..,. ,,,, , --.....,..., li 1352522 '4 - v 1 1 1 U, . all' 13? -T13-If 3 vt 41 -41 SENIIIR DIREBTURY Adamslri, Patricia Carol Clark Liberal Arts Senior Play 3: Crusader 2.3: Homroom Vice-President-1: G.A.A. 1,2,3: F.T.A. 2,3 4, Treasurer .4: Twirling Club 1.2: Cheerleading Club 3: Pep Club 3: Student Council Booster Club Representative 4. Adasczik, Charles Clark ' Liberal Arts National Honor Society 4: Key Club 3.4: Homeroom President 3: Football 2.3,4: Track 2,3 4: Lab Assistant 3.4: Club '56 3: Wrestling Intramurals 3.4. Basketball i.2.3.4. Amioucci, Vallorie Garwood Liberal Arts G.A.A. 3.4: F.T.A. 2.3,4: Girls' Athletic Office Assistant 2,3,4, Ammon, Elizabeth Ann Cl k L'beral Arts 1 Lame 4: Homeroom Secretary 1.2. Treasurer 3: Junior Achievement, Treasurer 4: Senior Play Costumes 3. Amory. Kenneth I Clark Scientific Track 1.2: Cross-Country 1.2: Library Council, Treasurer 1.2.3.4. Andrade, Patricia T. Clark Beauty Culture Cosmetology Club 3.4. Anton. Kenneth Clark T.O. Auto Aranec. Peter Clark Liberal Arts Track 3: Spanish Club 2: Basketball Intramurals 1. Assell. Linda Ann Clark Liberal Arts Lance 4: Senior Play 4: Crusader 2: Guest 3: G.A.A. 1,2.3,4: F.T.A. 1.2.3. 4: Health Office Assistant 3: Attendance Office Assistant 4: Musical Props 3: National Thesoian Society 4. Baird, Edward Clark Liberal Arts Investment Club 2.3: .lunior Achievement 3.4. Balasic. Georgette Clark Beauty Culture G.A.A. 2.3: Cosmetology Club 3.4. Ballinger. Donald Garwood Scientific Homeroom President 1.2.4: Basketball Intramurals 1. Bardzik, Janet E. Garwood Business G.A.A. 1 2.3,4: F.B.L.A. 4: Bridge Club 1: Guidance Office Assistant 3.4: Main Oflice Assistant 4: Girls' Class Basketball 1.2. Bartlett, Jemme W. Garwood Practical Arts Bartlett, Martha Garwood Beauty Culture G.A.A. 1, Cosmetology Club 3.4. Barto. Linda E. Clark Beauty Culture G.A.A. 1: Cosmetology Club 3.4. Basila, Elizabeth Clark Practical Arts Crusader 2: G.A.A. 2.3. Eatich, Elizabeth Christa Garwood Liberal Arts Belle Tones 3: Choir 4: G.A.A. 1,2.3,4: French Club 3: F.T.A. 2.3: Modern Dance 2: Cheerleading Club 1: Color Guard Club 2.3,4: Color Guard 4. Bieksha. Gary Thomas Clark I Scientific Spanish Club 2: Chemsitry Club 4: Sound Studio 1,2.3,4: A.V.A. 2.3: Amateur Radio Club 2.3,4: Wrestling 2. Billy, Daniel T. Clark Scientific Lance 4: Soccer 2: Art Club 1.2.3. President 3: Club '56 1.2.3: lnvestment Club 3: Folk Club 2.3. Binetti. Patricia Anne Clark Liberal Arts Senior Play 4: G.A.A. 1.2.3,4. State Representative 4: Spanish Club 2.3,4: F.T.A. 1,2.3,4: Modern Dance 2: Club '56 1.2.3: Folk Club 2.3: Junior Achievement 3: Cheerleading Club 1.2: Color Guard Club 2: Attendance gfficet A?istant 1,2.3,4: Musical. Student Director 4: National Thespian ocie y . Bishop. Donna R. Clark Business Crusader 3: G.A.A. 1,2.3,4: F.B.L.A. 3.4, Treasurer 4: Cheerleading Club 1: Pep Club 2. Blaze. Thomas C. Clark Scientific Key Club 1,2.3,4: Basketball 1,2.3,4: Basketball Intramurals 1.2. Bonasch, Linda C. Clark Liberal Arts Lance 4: Musical Make-up 3: G.A.A. 1,2.3.4: F.T.A. 4. Bongiovanni, Peter J. Clark ' I Liberal Arts Homeroom Vice-President 4: Soccer 4: Baseball 1,2.3,4: Spanish Club 1.2: Basketball Intramurals 1.3: Bowling 2.3.4. Captain 3.4. Bowers, Barry G. Clark h Practical Arts Homeroom Vice-President 3.4. Treasurer 1.2: Distributed Ed. 4: Basketball Intramurals 1.2. 164 Boytos, John T. Clark ' Musical 4. Liberal Arts Brennan. Thomas J. Clark T.0. Auto Football 1: Basketball Intramurals 1.2. groin, Robert A. ar ' Musical 1. Liberal Arts Bucoiarelli. Gary IN. G2'W00d , Scientific Basketball 1: Baseball 1: Bowling 3.4: Basketball Intramurals 1.2.3. grclliley. Donna ar L' A G.A.A. 1.4: F.N.A. 3. 'bm' ns Budd, Cheryl Claik , Scientific Natronal. Honor Society 3.4: Bel Canto Pianist 3.4: Belle-Tones Pianist 2: Choir Pianist 2.3,4: Quest 2 3: Lance. Faculty Editor 4: Homeroom Secretary 2.4: G.A.A. 2.3,4: Latin Club 1.2.3.4 President 3: Latin Honor Societg 2.3,4: Physics Club 3: Chess and Checkers Club 3.4: Latin Newsf paper drtor 2: Folk Club 2. Bogdan. Nancy CW!! S' rr 'Simms Play Make-up 4: G.A.A. 1,2.3,4: Spanish Club 2: Junior grlraxk. Candice Renee ar 5 - G.A.A. 1,2.3,4: F.B.L.A. 1,2.3,4: Junior Achievement 3. usmess grrgier. Paul af , S ' t'l' National HOFIOI' SQCIBW 3.4. President 4: Keg Club 1,2.3,4. s.c...Sl5"5,iE Quest 2.3. Art Editor 3: Baseball 1: Tennis .4: German Club 1: Art Club 1.2: Sound Studio 1,2.3,4: grrlzhardt. Arlene P. ar ' G.A.A. 1,2.3,4: spanish Club 2: F.B.L.A. 3.4. Busmess Cangelosi, Marialaina J. I k Beaut C It re C ar Y U U Homeroom Secretary 1: G.A.A. 1,2.3,4: Gymnastics Club 1.2.3: Art Club 1: Cosmetology Club 3.4: Modern Dance 1.2.3: Cheerleading Club 1.2.3: Health Office Assistant 1.2. Carey, Carol Ann h Garwood Business G.A.A. 1,2.3,4: F.B.L.A. 4: Modern Dance 2. Castoral, Jerry , Clark Liberal Arts Soccer 2. Chiravallc. Laura Christine Clark Practical Arts Lance 4: G.A.A. 1,2.3,4: Cosmetology Club 3.4: Main Office Assistant 2. cistaro. Frank J. Clark T.0. Auto Ciuba, Helen Marion h Garwuud Liberal Arts G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Clos. Deborah Ann . Clark Business G.A.A. 1,2.3,4: F.B.L.A. 4: Modern Dance 2: Junior Achievement 3: Boys' Athletic Office Assistant 4: Senior Play Costumes 3. Conaghan. Patricia Maureen Clark Liberal Arts Musical 2.3: Senior Play 3: Homeroom Secretary 1.2: G.A.A. 1,2.3,4: G mnastics Club 2.3: F.T.A. 2.3,4: Modern Dance 1.2,3: Library Council 1: Cheerleading Club 1,2,3: Color Guard Club 1: Pep Club 2.3,4: Attendance Office Assistant 2: Boys' Athletic Office Assistant 3.4: Folk Club 2.3: Senior Play Make-up and Costumes 1,2.3,4: Girls' Class Basketball 2.3.4. Conrad. Gary Clark T.0. Auto Copzleson, Victor S. I Clar .Scientific gaand 1,2.3,4: Musical 2.3: Track 1.2: German Club 1.2: Chemistry Club Ciardasco, Leslie Marie , N Clark Scientific G.A.A. 1,2.3,4: German club 1,2.3,4: Art club 1,2.3,4: F.T.A. 1,2.3,4: Cottrell. Stephen Clark Liberal Arts Football 1: Track 2.3,4: Cross-Country 3.4: Achievement 3. Coyle, John Clark T.0. Auto Football 4: Baseball 1.2.3.-'l. Creamer. Eugene Raymond Clark Scientific National Honor Society 4: Soccer 1.2,3: Physics Club 4: Wrestling 1,2.3,4. Crosby, Susan Clark Beauty Culture Choir 2: G.A.A. 1,2.3,4: Cosmetology Club 3.4. Curran. Donald W. Clark Practical Arts Curry. James F. Clark Liberal Arts Crusader 3.4, Feature Editor 4: Homeroom President 1.3.4: Basketball 1.2. Cusumano, .lacquelyn Clark Q Liberal Arts National Honor Society 3.4. Secretary 4: Guest 2,3: Lance 4: Class President 3: Class Vice-President 2: G.A.A. .l.2.3,4, Spanish Club 2.3,4: Spanish Honor Society 2.3.4, Secretary 3. President 4: F.T.A. 1.2.3,4: C ub '56 2.3: Junior Achievement. Secretary 3, Cheerleading Club 1,2.3: Pep Club 3: Guidance Office Assistant 3.4. D'Agostino, Brenda Garwood Beauty Culture G.A.A. 1.2.3,4: Cosmetology Club 3.4: Health Office Assistant 1.2. Dailey. Edward J. Clark V Liberal Arts Wrestling 2: Basketball 1. Daly, Robert E. Clark Liberal Arts Daney. Leo E. Clark Liberal Arts Choir 3.4: Musical 3,4: Senior Play 4: Soccer 1.2.3.4: Baseball 1.2.3,4: Wrestling Intramurals 3.4: Basketball 1.2. Danilo, Carol E. Clark 1 Liberal Arts National Honor Society 4: Belle-Tones 3: G.A.A. 1.2.3,4: Spanish Club 3: F.T.A. 1.3: Modern' Dance 2: Folk Club 2: Color Guard Club 2: Junior- Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Play Costumes 4. Decker. Arthur Clark T.O. Machine Decristotoro. Vincent J. Garwood T.O. Machine De Gutis. Richard Ganuood Distributive Ed. Deltiandio, Peter C. Clark Liberal Arts Football 1.3,-4: Wrestling 2.3.4. DeMont, Kenneth Clark Liberal Arts DeRogy. Kathleen Theresa Garwood Practical Arts Belle-Tones 3: G.A.A. 3.4. Desch, Donald J. Ganrvood T.O. Machine Wrestling Intramurals 3. DiBenedetto. Lynn A. Clark , I , , Liberal Arts National Honor Society 4: Junior Senior Prom Committee 3: G.A.A. 1.2.3,4: F.T.A. 4: Spanish Club 3: Pep Club 2: Attendance Office Assistant 4. DiBiagiu. Pamela Nancy Clark Liberal Arts Lance. Clubs and Activities Editor 4: Class Representative 3: Homeroom Vice-President 2.4: G.A.A. 1.2.3,4: Spanish Club 3.4: F.T.A. 2.3.4: Club '56 2.3: Cheerleading Club 1: Color Guard Club 1.2.3.4: Color Guard 2.3.4: Pep Club 2.3,4: Boys' Athletic Office Assistant 4: Junior-Senior Prom Favors Chairman 3. DiFabio, Vernon Garwood Practical Arts Ditxel. Kathleen F. Clark Liberal Arts Musical Props 3: Crusader 2,3: G.A.A. 1.2.3,4: Spanish Club 2.3: Modern Dance 2: Junior Achivement 4: Pep Club 2.3: Attendance Office Assistant 1.2.3,4: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3. grnittczak, Diane S. 3 L'b I Art G.A.A. 1.2: Spanish Club 3.4: Spanish Honor Society 3,4: I era S Dodds, Marsha L. Clafk , , Distributive Ed. G.A.A. 1.2.3: Distributive Ed. 4. Dombrowski. Robert M. Clark Practical Arts Dominick. Kathleen P. Clalk Distributive Ed. Homeroom President 1: G.A.A. 1.3.4: Art Club 1: Distributive Ed. 4: Pep Club 2: Attendance Office Assistant 1. Drummond, Darlene Marie Garwood Liberal Arts Bel Canto 2.3.4, Secretary-Treasurer 4: Musical 1.2.3: Senior Play Make-up 4: Quest 2,3: Class Representative 1: Homeroom President 3: G.A.A. 1.2.3,4: F.T.A. 1.2.3,4: Color Guard Club 2,3,4: Color Guard 4: Pep Club 2,3,4: Attendance OHice Assistant 2: Executive Student Council Corre- sponding Secretary 4: Junior-Senior Prom Tickets Chairman 3. Dugan. John G. Garwood Practical Arts Choir 3,4: A.V.A. 1: Gymnastics 1.2.3,4: Dzuian, Sandra Clar Liberal Arts goqmirriom Secretary 1. Secretary-Treasurer 4: G.A.A. 3,4: Latin Club 1: Einstein, Dennis J. Clark Liberal Arts Homeroom President 4, Representative 4: Wrestling Intramurals 3: Basket- ball lntramurals 2. Eriksen, Raymond C. Clark Liberal Arts Eriksen. Robert E. Clark Liberal Arts Erikson Peter Clark Liberal Arts Faaser. Kathleen S. Clark Business G.A.A. l.2.3: Spanish Club 2.3. Fanurik, Robert Clark Liberal Arts Wrestling 3.4. Fazio, Mark J. , Garwood Practical Arts Junior Achievement 3. Fernandez. Catherine Mary I . Clark Scientific Bel Canto 3,4: Choir 2: Quest 2: Homeroom Treasurer 3: G.A.A. 1,2.3.4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4: Spanish Club 2: Art Club 2: F.T.A. 1.2: Color Guard Club 3,4: Color Guard 3,4: Girls' Athletic Office Assistant 3.4: Girls' Class Basketball 1,2,3,4. Ferreira, Michelle M. Cl k Liberal Arts Hgmeroom Vice-President 3, Treasurer 1: G.A.A. 1.2.3,4: Art Club 2.3: F.T.A. 3.4: Junior Achievement 4: Color Guard Club 2: Attendance Office Assistant 2.3.4. Figueiredu, Steven Garwood Liberal Arts liogtball 1,2,3: Track 1.2: Basketball Manager 3: Basketball Intramurals Finnegan. Robert Clark T.O. Auto Frank. Kim Clark Liberal Arts Photography Club 1,2,3.4. President 3: Distributive Ed. 4: A.V.A. 1.2. Franz. wayne C. Clark Liberal Arts Junior Achievement 3: Basketball Intramurals 3.4. French, Kathy Lynn Clark Liberal Arts Musical Make-up 3.4: Crusader 3: Homeroom Secretary 3: G.A.A. 1.2.3,4: F.T.A. 4: Health Office Assistant 2. Frimm, Susann M. Clark Business Homeroom Treasurer 1: G.A.A. 1,2,3: German Club 1.2.3. Fulton, Margaret Marie Clark Beauty Culture Musical 2: G.A.A. 1.2.3: Cosmetology Club 3.4: Modern Dance : Cheer- leading Club 1. Gabel. Robert F. Clark Liberal Arts Gable, Robert Garwood T.O. Cabinet Soccer 1: Wrestling Intramurals 1.2. Gais, Richard D. Clark Scientific Homeroom Secretary 2: Track 1.2.3,4: Cross-Country 3: Gymnastics Club 2: Wrestling Intramurals 3: Musical 4. Galush, Walter Clark Liberal Arts Soccer 2. Garber, Harold Ganuood T.O. Auto Band 1. Caro, Barbara Cl K ar Liberal Arts Musical Make-up 3: Senior Play Make-up 4: Lance. Business Editor 4: Class President 2, Vice-President 1 Representative 4: Homeroom Presi- dent 2.4, Vice-President 1: G.A.A. 1.2.3,4: Attendance Office Assistant 2.4: Junior-Senior Prom Decorations Chairman 3: F.T.A. 4. Garthwaite. Raymond Clark Liberal Arts Crusader 2: Football 1.2: Track 2.3.4: Cross-Country 3.4. Geiger. Cathryn Clark Liberal Arts G.A.A. 1,2,3: French Club 1: F.T.A. 2.3.4. George. Timothy Clark Business Soccer 1: Track 2. Giglin. Anita Christine Clark Business G.A.A. 1.2.3,4: F.B.L.A. 3.4: F.T.A. 1.2: Color Guard Club 2: Health Office Assistant 2: Attendance Office Assistant 3. Gill. Karen Lee Garwood Business Bel Canto 4: Choir 2,3: Lance 4: G.A.A. 1,2.3- German Club 1: F.B.L.A. 2, 3.4, Secretary 4: Color Guard Club 2: Musicai Make-up 3: Musical 4. GilliS, Rita Marie Clark Liberal Arts Homeroom Treasurer 3.4: G.A.A. 1.2.3,4: Spanish Club 2.3.4. Vice-Presi- dent 3: F.T.A. 1.2.3,4: Cheerleading Club 1: Color Guard Club 1.2.3,4: Color Guard 4: Pep Club 2,3,4: Musical Make-up 3: Senior Play Make-up 3: Junior-Senior Prom Miscellaneous Chairman 3. Gima. Stephen Garwood Distributive Ed. Distributive Ed. 4. Ginesi, Michael J. Clafk , Scientific National Honor Society 4: Key Club 3,4: Bel Canto 4: Band 1.2.3,4: Dance Band 1.2.3,4: Musical 1.3.4: Senior Play 4: Homeroom President 1. Treas- urer 2: Track 3.4: Chess and Checkers Club 4. Golias, Emil Clark . Liberal Arts Baseball 3: Wrestling 4: Wrestling Intramurals 2.3. Gorski. Gregory Clark Liberal Arts Key Club 3.4: Football 1.2.3,4: Basketball 1.2.3,4: Track 2,3.4: Baseball 1: Club '56 2.3. 165 Liberal Arts Sorta Theresa al' ' G.A.A. 1,2,s,4. Pmhca' ms Grassle, Edward h Clark Distributive Ed. A.V.A. Wresging Intramurals 2: Distributive Ed. 4. Green, ancy nn I Gamood Liberal Arts Guest-3: Homeroom Secretary 4: G.A.A.' 1,2,3,4: French Club 2,3,4: Boys' Athletic Office Assistant 3.4: Junior-Senior Prom Programs Co-Chairman 3: Girls' Class Basketball 1.2,3.4. Greenberg, Jill Carole Clark Beauty Culture Crusader 1.2: Homeroom Vice-President 3: G.A.A. 1.2.3: German Club 1: Cosmetology Club 3.4: Girls' Class Basketball 1. Guare, J. Daniel b Garwood Liberal Arts Band 1,2,3: Homeroom President 4. Secretary 3, Treasurer 2: Basketball 1.2.3.4: Baseball 1. Gulliford, Susan Clark Liberal Arts Bel Canto 4: Belle-Tones 3: Band 1 2,3 4: Crusader, Managing Editor 2: G.A.A. 1.2: Forensics 4: Chess and Checkers Club 2.3. Guralchuk, RoseMary ' Clark Practical Arts Homeroom Secretary 2: G.A.A. 1.2,3: Spanish Club 1: F.B.L.A. 1. Haber. John 1 Clark T.O. Machine Maman. Margaret Susanne Clark Liberal Arts G.A.A. 1.2,3,4: Latin Club 3: F.T.A. 4: Cheerleading Club 1: Pep Club 3: Girls' Athletic Office Assistant 4. Hancharick, Patricia Anne Clark l Liberal Arts G.A.A. 1,2,3.4: Boys' Athletic Office Assistant 4: Senior Play Make-up 4. Hennis, Joanne Clark Liberal Arts Bel Canto 3.4: Belle-Tones 2: Class Vice-President 3, Representative 2: Homeroom President 3, Vice-President 2: G.A.A. 1.2.3 4: Spanish Club 3: F.T.A. 2: Club '56 3: Peg Club 2.3.4. President 3: Attendance Office As- sistant 3: Boys' Athletic ffice Assistant 4. Harper. Geary J. Clark Liberal Arts Football 1. Harrison, Benjamin Kieth Clark Liberal Arts gengog Play 4: Class Representative 1: Homeroom President 1.2: Drama u . Haut. Ruth Clark Distributive Ed. Band 1.2,3: G.A.A. 1.4: Distributive Ed. 4. Healy, Michael Thomas Clark Liberal Arts Key Club 4: Homeroom Vice-President 4: Soccer 2,3,4: Baseball 1.2,4: Gymnastics Club 1: Wrestling 2,3: Sound Studio 3. Heindel. Cecilia Ann Clark Business G.A.A. 4: F.B.L.A. 4. Hoislenhottle, Richard Clar Track 2: Cross-Country 3: Photography Club 4: Amateur Radio Club 3.4. Helmstetter. Roseanne Clark Liberal Arts Henault. Roger Ralph Clark Liberal Arts Track 2: Orchestra 2.3.4. Herzog, Richard Allen Garwood Hidi, Joan Marie Garwood Homeroom Treasurer 2.4: Distributive Ed. 4. Himpele, Karen D. Clar Liberal Arts Lance 4: Homeroom President 4, Vice-President 3: G.A.A. 1.2,3,4: Gym- riastics Club 2,3: Modern Dance 1: Club '56 2.3. Treasurer 3: Cheerlead- ing Club 1 2: Cheerleader 3.4, Co-Captain 4: Pep Club 2,3,4: Health Office Assistant 2,3,4: Miss Key Club 4. Hear, Gregory George Clark Scientific Key' Club 1.2.3 4: Football 1,2 4: Track 2,3,4: Wrestling 1,2.4: Junior Ac ievement 3.4: Sound Studio l,2.3.4: A.V.A. 2.3.4. Hoffman, John Clark Liberal Arts Football 1. Hnornbeck, Elizabeth Ann Clark Liberal Arts Crusader 4: G.A.A. 1.2,3.4: Girls' Class Basketball 1. Horling, Thomas Francis Clark Practical Arts Horton. Eugene Clerk Liberal Arts Howell. Gary C. Clark Liberal Arts Soccer 1,2.3: Basketball Manager 1: Spanish Club 2: Wrestling 2. Hoyer, Dennis M. Clark Scientific Key Club 3.4: Football 1: Baseball 1.2,3,4: Bowling 3.4: Gemian Club 1.2: Junior Achievement 4: Sound Studio 2,3,4: A.V.A. 2.3.4. Practical Arts Distributive Ed. 166 Huff, Judith Ann Clark - Liberal Arts Bel Canto 4:4 Belle-Tones 2,3,4: Choir 3.4: G.A.A. 2,3,4: Latin Club 2 3.4: F.N.A. 4: Bridge Club, President 1.2: Library Council 2,3,4: Pep Club 3: Musical 4. Isaac. Cheryl Ann Clark Practical Arts G.A.A. 1,2,3: Cosmetology Club 3.4. Jockey. Patricia Ann Clark l . Business National Honor Society 4: Lance 4: Junior Class Representative 3: Home- roorn VicePresident 2, Secretary 1.2: G.A.A. 1,2,3,4: F.B.L.A. 1.2.3 4, Vice- President 3, President 4: Cheerleading Club 1: Color Guard Club 1.2.3: Color Guard 4: Pep Club 2,3: Guidance Office Assistant 3: Health Office Assistant 1: A.V.A. 4: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3. Jacobson. Bonnie Jo Clark . - Liberal Arts Senior Play 3: Crusader 3: Lance, Literary Editor 4: Guest 2: Homeroom Treasurer : G.A.A. 1.2.3.4: Latin Club 2.3.4, Latin Honor Society 2,3,4: Forensics 3.4. Jacituemin. Barbara Mary Clar . D Business G.A.A. 1,2,3,4: F.B.L.A. 3.4: Boys' Athletic Office Assistant 4. Johnson, Nils Harold Garwood T.O. Cabinet Track 1. Jones. William Robert Clark Homeroom Vice-President 3: Tra Josephs. Daniel X. Clark National Honor Society 4: Key Distributive Ed. ck 1: Wrestling Intramurals 1. Scientific Club 1,2,3,4: Quest 2.3: Football 1.2: Wrestling 3.4: Chemistry Club 4: Chess and Checkers Club 2.3.4. Jurick. William G. Clark Football 1.2,3: Baseball 1: Club Kalwicz, John Garwood Kamuda, Michael Joseph Garwood Kane. Kevin Edward Clark Soccer Manager 2: German Club Kardias, William Peter Clark Liberal Arts '56 2.3: A.V.A. 2: Wrestling 3. Practical Arts T.O. Cabinet Scientific 1: Photography Club, President 4. Liberal Arts Band 2: Homeroom Treasurer 3: Track 2.3: Spanish Club 1.2: Chemistry Club 4: Forensics 3.4. Karol, Theodore B. Clark Kativa, Keith Kenneth Clark Keamey, Matthew J. T.O. Auto Liberal Arts Football 3.4: Track 2,3,4: Wrestling 3.4. Keat' .Js h Clarling 0 ep Distributive Ed. Homeroom Vice-President 1.2: Bridge Club 1: Distributive Ed. 4. Kelly, Teresa Ann Clark Liberal Arts National Honor Society 4: Belle Tones 3: Crusader 2,3: Guest 3: G.A.A. 1,2.3,4: French Club 1: Art Club 1,2,3: F.T.A. 2.3.4, Recording Secretary 4: Color Guard Club 3: Pep Club 3. Kennedy, Eizabeth Ann Clark Business Belle-Tones 3.4: Musical 4: Crusader 3: G.A.A. 1,2.3,4: F.B.L.A. 3,4- Modern Dance 2: Junior Achievement 3: Cheerleading Club 1: Color Guard Club 2: Pep Club 3: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3: Musical Props 3. Kenny, Jacqueline Ruth Garwood t Liberal Arts Belle-Tones 3: Choir 4: Crusader 1.2: G.A.A. 1.2.1-l,4: F.T.A. 2,3,4: Bridge Club 2: Color Guard Club 2: Pep Club 2. Kline, Jon W. Clark Scientific Homeroom Treasurer 3: Soccer 3.4: Track 1.2,3,4: Cross-Country 2: Gym- nastics Club 2.3,4: Chemistry Club 2,3,4: Basketball Intramurals ,3: Advanced Math Club 3.4. Klitsch, George J. Clark ' . Liberal Arts Bel Canto 4: Choir 3: Musical 2.3: Senior Play 4: Senior Class Vice-Presi- dent 4: Homeroom President 3: Club '56 2,3: A.V.A. 2: Folk Club 2: Junior- Senior Prom Tuxedo Chairman 3. Kobus, Patricia Ann Clark Business G.A.A. 1. Koch, James E. CI k Sc' nt'flC ar e National Honor Society 3.4, Vice-President 4: Key Club 1,2.3.4, Treasuier 3.4: Guest 2,3: Lance. Boys' Sports Editor 4: ootball Trainer 1,2,3,4: Baseball Manager 1.2: Tennis 3.4: German Club 1.2.3, President 3. Koehler. Wayne Clark T.O. Machine Koester, Charles Clark T.O. Auto Kondrasewio, Karon Anne Clark Business Band 1,2,3: Dance Band 1.2: F.B.L.A. 1. Kovaeh, Helen Clark Beauty Culture Cosmetology Club 3.4. Krakauer. Mindel Clark Scientific Choir 2: Quest 3: G.A.A. 3.4: French Club 1,2: Forensics 1: Attendance Office Assistant 1. Krebs, Gail Ann Clark Beauty Culture Homeroom Secretary 1.3: G.A.A. 1,2.3.4: F.B.L.A. 2: Cosmetology Club 3.4: Color Guard Club 1: Main Office Assistant 2. Kulbaba. Joseph J. Clark Practical Arts Homeroom Treasurer 1. Representative 4: Basketball 2: Cafeteria Corps 4. Kus:IrIiel, Judith Mary I IFIBS Clar Bus s Homeroom Secretary 2. Treasurer 3: G.A.A. 1,2.3.4: F.B.L.A. 2.3.4: Junior Achievement 3: Color Guard Club 2: Boys' Athletic Office Assistant 4. LaBata. Emily Y. Clark Business Homeroom Vice-President 3: G.A.A. 1.2.3.4: F.B.L.A. 3.4. Laden. Patrick James Garwood I Liberal Arts Band 3.4: Lance 4: Photography Club 1,2,3.4. VlcefPresident 4: A.V.A. 2.3. Lawler. Thomas James Ganuood Practical Arts Crusader 1.2: Junior Achievement 1.2. Lawson. Lynne Karen Garwood Liberal Arts Bel Canto 4: Belle-Tones 2: Choir 3: Homeroom President 1.2: G.A.A. 1. 2.3.4: Spanish Club 1: Modern Dance 1: Color Guard Club 1.2. Leary. John A. Clark Practical Arts Distributive Ed. 4. Lesak, John Garwood Liberal Arts Lesko. Eileen Marie Clark Business LeWand. Valerie Jane Clark Liberal Arts Homeroom Secretary 3: G.A.A. 2.3.4: Spanish Club 3.4: F.T.A. 3: Bridge Club 2: Cheerleading Club 2.3: Girls' Class Basketball 2.3.4. Lewis, Marla Clark Liberal Arts Belle'Tones 3: Musical 1: G.A.A. 1.2.3.4: Folk Club President 2.3.4, Founder: French Club 1.2: Art Club 3: Girls' Athletic Oifice Assistant 3.4. Lipka. Susan Clark Liberal Arts G.A.A. 2.3.4: German Club 2: F.T.A. 2.3: Junior Achievement 4: Twirling Club 3.4. Liscak. Robert E. Clark Liberal Arts Bowling 2.3.4: Junior Achievement 3. Locher. Thomas J. Clark Liberal Arts Key Club 1.2.3.4: Bel Canto 2.3.4: Band 1.2.3.4: Dance Band 2.3.4: Musi- cal 1.2.3.4: Senior Play 3.4: Stage Crew 3.4: Crusader 2.3: Homeroom Vice-President 1: Photography Club 1. Lockhart. Deborah Clark Business Belle-Tones 4: G.A.A. 4: F.B.l..A. 4. Lorenz. Martha Garwood Business G.A.A. 1.2.3.4: German Club 4: F.B.L.A. 4. Madiaski. Ronald Clark Liberal Arts Maior. Jody Clark Distributive Ed. Homeroom President 3: G.A.A. 2.3: Distributive Ed. 4: Pep Club 3. Malmberg. Elaine I Clark Scientific Lance 4: G.A.A. 1,2.3: German Club 1 2 3.4: F.N.A. 4: Modern Dance 1.2: Junior Achievement 4: Cheerleading Ciub 1,2.3: Drama Club 1: Musical 4. Manelski. Margaret Clark Business G.A.A. 1.2.3,4: F.B.L.A. 1.3. Manfredo. Marianne Joyce Ganwood Business Homeroom Treasurer 1: G.A.A. 2: F.B.L,A. 4. Manning. Thomas J. Clark Practical Arts Marrin. Maureen Anne Clark Liberal Arts G.A.A. 1,2.3.4: Spanish Club 2: Attendance Office Assistant 3.4. Martin. Peter Clark Practical Arts Homeroom Vice-President 3. Mattern. Robert E. Clark Liberal Arts Key Club 3.4: Football l.2.3.4: Track 1.2.3,4. McCarrolI. James Clark Liberal Arts Football 1: Wrestling 1. Ml:Cutr:heon. Barbara Jean Clark Liberal Arts National Honor Society 3.4: Eland 1.2,3,4: Musical 2.3.4: Quest 2.3: Lance Lay-Out Editor 4: Class Representative 2: G.A.A. 1.2 3.4: Gymnastics Club 2: Spanish Club 3,4: Spanish Honor Socieg 3.4: F.'T.A. 2.3.4, Vice-Presi- dent 4. Membership Chairman 3: Chess an Checkers Club 3. McManamy. Joyce E. I Clark Liberal Arts Belle-Tones 2.3: Choir 4: Crusader 2.3.4: Quest 2: G.A.A. 1.2.3.4: F.T.A. 2: F.N.A. 4: Health Office Assistant 2. McNamara. Maureen I Clark Liberal Arts Musical Make-up 2.3: Senior Play Make-uao 2.3: Guest 1- Lance. Under- classman Editor 4: Homeroom Treasurer : G.A.A. 1.2.3 4: Spanish Club 2.3: F.T.A. 1.2.3 4: Cheerleading Club 3: Pep Club 3.4: Boys' Athletic Office Assistant 4: Junior'Senior Prom Miscellaneous Co-Chairman 3. McPartland. Lora I Clark Liberal Arts G.A.A. 2.3.4. Melli. Chester M. Clark Liberal Arts Basketball 1.2.3.4: Baseball 1.2.3.4. Merkel, Lynn National Honor Society 4: Musical 1.2.4: Senior Play Make-up 4: Quest 3: Homeroom President 1, Secretary 2: G.A.A. 1.2.3.4: Gymnastics Club 3: Spanish Club 2.3.4: Spanish Honor Society 2.3.4: Art Club 1.2: Drama Ciub 1.2.4: National Thespian Society 1.2.4: Folk Club 2: Modern Dance 2.3: Club '56 3: Cheerleading Club 2.3.4: Cheerleader 3.4. Captain 4: Pep Club 3.4: Attendance Office Assistant 3.4. Mickelson. Michael Clark Liberal Arts Folk Club 2.3: Forensics 3.4. Miller. Edward R. Clark Liberal Arts Homeroom Vice-President 3: Soccer 1.2: Track 2: A.V.A. 1.2. Miller. Richard A. I II Clark Scientific Key Club 1,2.3.4: Homeroom President 2, Vice-President 1: Football 1.2. 3.4: Baseball 1,2.3.4: Wrestling 1,2.3,4: Spanish Club 3. Miller. Todd Clark T.O. Machine Misiewicz. Marina Clark Beauty Culture Homeroom Treasurer 3: G.A.A. 3: Cosmetology Club 3.4. Montefusco. James V. Clark Scientific Senior Class Treasurer 4: Homeroom Treasurer 2: Football 1.2,3.4: Track 2: Baseball 1. Moore. Colleen Clark Beauty Culture Crusader 2.3.4: Homeroom President 3: G.A.A. 1.2.1-1.4: Cosrneto ogy Club 3.4: Girls' Class Basketball 1.2. Moran, Eileen Clark Liberal Arts Crusader 2: Homeroom Secretary 1: G.A.A. 1.2.3,4: Folk Club 2.3: Musi- cal Committees 1,2,3.4: Senior Play Committees 34: Spanish Club 2.3: F.T.A. 1.2.3,4: Cheerleading Club 1,2.3: Color Guard Club 1: Pep Club 3: Guidance Office Assistant 2.3.4: Attendance Office Assistant 2.3.4: Girls' Class Basketball 1.2.3,4. Moran, Glenn R. Clark I Liberal Arts National Honor Society 3.4: Key Club 3 4- Basketball 1: Baseball 2: Span- ish Club 1,2: Spanish Honor Society 2.3.4. Mueller, Ellen Joyce Clark Liberal Arts Musical 2: Homeroom President 2.3: G.A.A. 1.2.3.4: Spanish Club 3: Modern Dance 1,2: Club '55 1 2.3: Cheerleading Club 1,2.3: Cheerleader 4: Pep Club 3: Boys' Athletic Oifice Assistant 3.4. Muller. Fred Clark T.O. Machine Soccer 1.2. Murphy, Kathleen Garwood Distributive Ed. G.A.A. 1.2: Distributive Ed. 4. Nadler. Ellen Myra Clark I Liberal Arts Choir 4: Musical 3.4: G.A.A. 1,2.3.4: Latin Club 2.3.4: Bridge Club 2: Library Council 3.4: Pep Club 3. Nelson. Carol Sue Clark I Liberal Arts National Honor Society 3.4. Tresurer 4: Guest 3: Class Treasurer 1,2.3: G.A.A. 1,2,3,4: Spanish Club 2.3.4: Spanish Honor Society 2.3.4: F.T.A. 1,2,3.4. Members if Chairman 2. Secretary 3, Corresponding Sceretery 4: Color Guard Club .2.3.4: Color Guard 2. .4, Captain 4: Pep Club 2.3.4: Attendance Office Assistant 3.4. Neuhaus. Patricia Gaye Clarly I Liberal Arts Musical Props 2.3.4: Senior Play Progs 4: Crusader 3: Lance. Art Editor 4: Homeroom Secretary 1.2 3.4: G.A. . 1.2,3.4: Art Club 1.2.3. Secretagr 3: F.T.A. 1,2.3.4: Junior Achievement, Secretary 3.4: Pep Club 3: Gui - ance Office Assistant 3: Folk Club 2.3. Nnce, Patrick Springfield T.O. Machine Nordhausen. Christel Garvrood I Scientific National Honor Society 3.4: Guest 2.3: G.A.A. 1,2.3.4: French Club 2.3.4. President 4: F.T.A. 2.3.4: Girls' Athletic Office Assistant 4. 0'ConneIl. Patricia Clark I I Liberal Arts Homeroom Vice-President 2: G.A.A. 2.3.4. Dliveri. Peter Garwoud Liberal Arts Photography Club 2.3.4. Treasurer 4. Onembo, James Clark I I Liberal Arts Homeroom Vice-President 1: Football 1: Track 1. 167 Orsinir Armando , . Clark Scientific Ke Club 1.2.3,4, Vice-President 4: Bel Canto 2.3.4, President 3.4: Musi- caly1.2.3 4: Senior Class Presiglent 4:. Homeroom Treasurer 1.2: Football 1.2: Track 1.2: National Thesplan soorety 4. Dsmanski, William Clark Business Football 1.2.3.4: Track 3: Baseball 1.2. Palma. Susan Marie , i eral Arts lark L b Sational Honor Society 4: Crusader 2.3: Guest 3: G.A.A. 1.3.4: French Club 2.3.4: Art Club 2.3 Treasurer 3: F.T.A. 1.2.3: Color Guard Club 1.2. 3.4: Color Guard 4: Pep Club 2.3.4. Pllmquist. Lynne I Clark Business G.A.A. 1r2,3. Parenti, Kathleen Clgrk Liberal Arts G.A.A. 2.3.4. P k J N. MII une Beaut Culture Clar Y G.A.A. 1.2.3: Cosmetology Club 3.4. I . anc Gail Zfglzmnn N y Liberal Arts Guest 2.3. Typing Editor 3: G.A.A. 1.2.34 State Representative 3: Latin club 1,2 3: Latin Honor Society 2.3.4: HA. 1,2,3,4. Treasurer 3,-Presr dent 4: Color Guard Club 2.3.4: Color Guard 4: Pep Club 2.3.4: Guidance Office Assistant 3.4: Junior Classical League 1.2.3: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3. Penyak. Robert M. . Ggrwggd Practical Arts Pavamik, Janice Ann Garwood Liberal Arts G.A.A. 1,3.4: spanish Club 2: Art Club 4. Pfeiffer. Sheila Lavoma - U l Bel Canto 4: Belle-Tones 2: Cholr 3: Musical 1.2.3: Senior Play Make-up 2 3: Quest 1: Homeroom VicePresident 4: Spanish Club 1.2: F.T.A. 1.2.3: Modem Dance 1: Pep Club 2.3: Attendance Office Assistant 3. Pinkham. Carol Jean , Clark Liberal Arts Choir 4: Belle-Tones 3: Musical 2.3.4: Senior Play 4- Crusader 3: Home- room Secretary 2.3: G.A.A. 1.2.3.4: Latin Club 1.2: E-'l".A. 2: Modern Dance 2: Pep Club 2.3.4: F.N.A. 4: Attendance Office Assistant 2: Junior-Senior Prom Hospitality Chairman 3' Junior Classical League 1.2: Girls' Class Basketball 1.2.3.4: National Tiwespian Society 4. Pinkin. Thomas M. Garwood Scientific Homeroom President 1: A.V.A. 2: Senior Candy Sale Chairman 4. Platt, Paula Suzanne Clark Liberal Arts Belle-Tones 3: Crusader 2: G.A.A. 2.3.4: French Club 4: Art Club 4: F.T.A. 4: Twirling Club 3: Pep Club 3. Potiinano, Barbara Ann . Clar Business Bridge Club 1. Powell. Raymond James , Garwood T.0. Cabinet P ' h M 'l J Ggrwbgdln yn me Liberal Arts Lance 4: Homeroom President 4: G.A.A. 1.2.3.4: Gymnastics Club 2: Span- ish Club 2: F.T.A. 1.2: Modern Dance 2: Cheerleading Club 1.2.3: Guid- ance Ofiice Assistant 3.4. Privitora. John , - Clark Scientific National Honor Society 4: Forensics 1. Proe. Douglas J. Clark Liberal Arts Homeroom Vice-President 1.2.3: Football 1,2.3,4: Basketball 1: Track 2. 3.4: Baseball 1: Basketball Intramurals 2.3.4: Club '56 3. Prohammar, Thomas Clark T.0. Auto Track 1.2: Cross-Country 1.2: Basketball Intramurals 1.2. Pyle. Christopher A. . Q . Ganwood Scientific Executive Student Council President 4: Homeroom President 2.3. Vice- President 1: Latin Club 1. Quinn. Dorothy T. Clark Liberal Arts Belle-Tones 3: Choir 4: Musical Costumes 3: G.A.A. 1.2.3 4- French Club 1: F.T.A. 4: Folk Club 2: Girls' Athletic Office Assistant 3.4: Girls' Class Basketball 2. Reynolds, Paul Garwood Liberal Arts Soccer 2.3.4: Club '56 2.3. Rltchings, Linda J. CI rk L'beraI Arts a l Senior Play CrrChairman 4: Crusader 2.3: Senior Class Representative 4: G.A.A. 1.2.3.4: Gymnastics Club 2 3: French Club 2: F.T.A. 1.2.3 4: Club '56 2.3: Junior Achievement 3: Cheerleading Club 1.2.3: Pep Club 2.3: Junior-Senior Prom Co-Chairman 3. Rizlialla. Edward Clark Practical Arts Rizzo, Thomas J. Garwood Practical Arts Football 2. 168 Rocco. Charles Garwood Liberal Arts Rosenthal. Jana Clark Business G.A.A. 1.2.3. Roth. lra Clark Liberal Arts Track 2.3.4: Cross-Country 3.4. Rottstock, Paul T. Mountainslde T.0. Auto Rude. Stephanie Jane Clark Liberal Arts Choir 2: Crusader 3: G.A.A. 2.3.4: Homeroom Representative 4: Spanish Club 3: F.T.A. 4. Rusciano, Marie M. Clark Liberal Arts National Honor Society 3.4: Musical Committees 3.4: Senior Play Com- mittees 4: Crusader. Business Treasurer 2: Quest 3: Lance, Senior Editor 4: Homeroom Vice-President 1.2. Secretary 3. Treasurer 4: G.A.A. 1 2.3.4: German Club 1.2.3: F.T.A. 1,2,3.4: Junior Achievement. Assistant 'Treas- urer 3: Cheerleading Club 2.3: Color Guard-Club 1.2,3,4:-Color Guard 4: Pep Club 2.3.4: Boys' Athletic Office Assistant 4: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3: Girls' Class Basketball 3.4. Rutledge, Pamela Clark Q Liberal Arts Senior Play 4: Senior Class Secretary 4: Homeroom Vice-President 4 Secretary ,2, Treasurer 3: G.A.A. 1.2.3,4: Gymnastics Club 4: Musical Make-up 2.3.4: Art Club 1.2.3: Drama Club 1.2. National Thespian Society 1.2,4: F.T.A. 4: Modern Dance. 1.2: Twirling Club 2: Cheerleading Club 2. 3.4: Folk Club 2.3: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3. Ryan, Joseph A. C ark Liberal Arts Homeroom President 4: Football 4: Baseball 4: Basketball Intramurals 4. galely. Gerald S. ar Football 1,2.3.4: Basketball 1: Baseball 1.2,3.4: Club '56 3: Wrestling Intramurals 3.4: Basketball Intramurals 3.4. Salvesen. Diane Clark 3' Liberal Arts Liberal Arts National Honor Socie 4: Band 1.2.3: Musical Make-up 3: Senior Play Committee 4: Quest : Lance. Girls' Sports Editor 4: Homeroom Vice- President 3. Secretary 4. Treasurer 1.2: G.A.A. 1.2.3,4, Treasurer 4: Gymnastics Club 4: French Club 2.3: F.T.A. 1.2.3.4: Cheerleading Club 3: Color Guard Club 2: Pe? Club 2.3.4: Executive Student Council Treasurer g:4Junior-Senior Prom icket Co-Chairman 3: Girls' Class Basketball 1.2. Sansig. Carl Clark Practical Arts Saporito. Joseph Garwood T.0. Cabinet Introductory Band 1: Stage Crew 3. Sashen. Anna Marie Clark Distributive Ed. Homeroom Vice-President 1: G.A.A. 2.3: Distributive Ed.. Treasurer 4. Scapati, Robert L. Clark Practical Arts Soccer 1.2.3: Basketball 1: Basketball Intramurals 1.2. Schaffer, William Clark Liberal Arts Schirano. John Clark Liberal Arts Baseball 1.2: Wrestling 2.4. Schiller, Claire L. Clark Business G.A.A. 1.2.3.4: F.B.L.A. 1.2.3.4: Boys' Athletic Office Assistant 3.4. Schindler. Sarah E. Clark Business G.A.A. 2.3.4: Attendance Office Assistant 2. Schneider. Arthur H Cl k S ' tf' ar clen IIC Homeroom President 1: Football 2.3.4: Wrestling 3.4: Basketball Intra- murals 1.2. Schneider, John Clark x Liberal Arts Baseball 2: Sound Studio 1.2.3.-4: A.V.A. 3.4. Schneider, Renal Kenilworth T.0. Machine Schultz, Sandra Anne Garwood Beauty Culture G.A.A. 3.4: Cosmetology Club 3.4. Smith, John J. Clark Business Tennis 3.4: Wrestling Intramurals 2.3.4: Basketball Intramurals 2.4. Smith, Nancy Anne Clark Liberal Arts Homeroom President 1 2.3: G.A.A. 1 2.3.4: Gymnastics Club 2.3: Spanish Club 2.3.4. President 5: F.T.A. 1,2.5,4: Investment Club 2: Cheerleading Club 2.3: Pep Club 2.3.4: Musical Make-up 3: Senior Play Make-up 3. Snilfen. Dorttlea Clark Distributive Ed. Homeroom Secretary 1: Distributive Ed., Secretary 4. Solvik. Karen Marie Garwood Business Sopko. Thomas J. U Clark Liberal Arts Wrestling 3,45 Library Council 1.2. Sririella, Marion A. A C ark Liberal Arts Band 1.2.3,45 G.A.A. 2.45 Modern Dance 2. Srrovach. Nancy Lynn - Cark l ' Business Homeroom Treasurer 45 G.A.A. 1,25 F.B.L.A. 45 Junior Achievement 35 Attendance Office Assistant 1. Stan, Linda Ann . Business Clark G.A.A. 1,2.3.45 Gymnastics Club 25 Attendance Office Assistant 1. Stec, Karen Elizabeth Clark Liberal Arts Senior Play Makesup 45 Homeroom Vice-President 1. Secretary 35 G.A.A. 1.2.3,45 Spanish Club 35 Art Club 1,25 F.T.A. 1.2.35 Modern Dance 15 Club '56 2.35 Cheerleading Club 1.2,3.45 Cheerleader 45 Pep Club 2.3.45 Boys' Athletic Office Assistant 3.45 Executive Student Council P.T.A. Repre- sentatve 4. Stefaniek. Michael R. Clark Liberal Arts Band 1.2.35 Library Council 1.2, Stillman, Denise Ann Clark Liberal Arts Musical 2.3.45 Senior Play Make-up 3.45 Homeroom President 1. Vice- President 25 G.A.A. 1,2 3, 5 Gymnastics Club 35 Spanish Club, Treasurer 35 National Thespian Society 15 F.T.A. 2.3.45 Cheerleading Club 2.3.45 Cheerleader 45 Pep Club 2.35 Attendance Office Assistant 4. Stunger, Pamela M. Clark Liberal Arts Musical Committees 2.35 Senior Play Committees 3 45 Class Secretary 1. 2.35 Homeroom Vice-President 45 rench Club 1.2: National Thespian Society 1.45 Color Guard Club 2.35 Pep Club 2.3.45 Attendance Office Assistant 1.3.45 G.A.A. 1.2.3,4. Sullivan, Gail Ellen Clark Liberal Arts National Honor Society 45 Guest 2,35 Lance 45 G.A.A. 1,2.3.45 Spanish Club 2.3: Spanish Honor Society 2.3.45 F.T.A. 2.3.45 Girls' Athletic Office Assistant 4. Sult. Helen Clark Business G.A.A. l,2.3.45 Spanish Club 2,35 F.B.L.A. 1.2.3.45 Twirling Club 1,35 Pep Club 35 Boys' Athletic Office Assistant 3.4. Szezepanski, Donald Anthony Clark Scientific National Honor Society 45 Dues! 2.35 Soccer 1.2.35 Track 1.25 Latin Honor Society 2.3.4. Tabor. Neil J. Garwood Liberal Arts Homeroom Vice-President 25 Soccer 2.3.45 Basketball 25 Track 2,35 Bas- ketball Intramurals 2.3. Tallman. Robert K. Clark Distributive Ed. Distributive Ed. 4. Tanzi. Catherine Clark Business G.A.A. 3.45 Spanish Club 3,45 F.B.L.A. 3.4. Todd. Neil Robert Garwood Liberal Arts Tracchio. Constance G.A.A. 1.2.35 Distributive Ed. 4. Trader, Virginia Elizabeth Clark Distributive Ed. G.A.A. 25 Distributive Ed. 15 Attendance Office Assistant 3. Traeger. Leslie Berkeley Heights Business Choir 2.35 Homeroom Vice-President 1. Treasurer 25 G.A.A. 1.25 Spanish Club t25tDaama Club 15 Library Council 2.35 Pep Club 35 Health Office ssis an . Troiano. Ranoe Gafvfnod . Scientific Musical 1,253.45 Senior Play Make-up 3.45 Guest 23, Editor 25 Lance, Editor-in-Chief 45 Homeroom Representative 45 G.A.A. 1.2.3,45 French Club 2.3.4. Secretanl 3. Mice-President 45 Chemistry Club 3 Cheerleading Club 2.3.4. secretary Q. Vice-President 45 Chemistry Club 35 Cheerleadin Assistant 35 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 35 National Thespian Society girlie. Doris Marie at . L'b I Art National Honor Society 45 Belle-Tones 35 Choir 45 Musical 3.45 'llsgt 2,33 Lance. Typing Editor 45 G.A.A. 1 23.45 German Club 1.2,3,4, Secretary- Treasurer 35 F.B.L.A. 35 F.T.A. 2.3.45 Modern Dance 25 Color Guard Club 2.35 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3. lgaIenti,dAnne Barbara arwoo L- Duest. Editor 2.35 Lance 45 Homeroom President 3.45 G.A.A. 1.2.3?eS?a:gti Club l,2,Q,45 Spanish Honor Society 2.3.4. Vice-President 35 Guidance Office Assistant 3.4. Valentino. Rae Katherine Clafk , Business Crusader 35 Homeroom Vice-President 1.3. Secretary 45 G.A.A. 1.2,3.4. Xanzelt, Gail ar c.A.A. 1,45 Cosmetology Club 3.4. Beauty Culture Vet! Torrylea , Clark Practical Arts Veverka. Alan , , , Clark Scientific National Honor Society 3.45 Key Club 1 2.3.4. Vice-President 3, President 45 Quest 2,35 Homeroom President 25 Soccer 1.2,3.45 Baseball Manager 1.2.3.45 Bowling 2.3.45 German Club 1.25 Club '56 1.2.3, Vice-President 35 Junior Achievement 3. Viligor, Bertha J. U Clark Business G.A.A. 1.2,3.45 F.B.L.A. 2.3.4. Historian 3. Vice-President 45 Girls' Athletic Office Assistant 3.4. Wanca. Jeanne M. Garwood Liberal Arts National Honor Society 45 Quest 25 Homeroom Secretary 45 G.A.A. 1,2.3.45 Gymnastics Culb 35 Spanish Club 1.2.35 F.T.A. 35 Modern Dance 15 Cheer- leading CIubA2.3: Pep Club 3,45 Boys' Athletic Office Assistant 45 F.N.A. 45 Junior-Senior Prom Chairman 3. Ward, Thomas I Clark Liberal Arts Quest 2.35 Homeroom Vice-President 3, Secretary 25 Spanish Club 3.45 Spanish Honor Society 3.45 Art Club 1.25 Basketball Intramurals 2.4. Warner. Karen Clark Liberal Arts Bel Canto 45 Belle-Tones 25 Choir 35 Musical 2.3.45 Senior Play 35 Crusader 25 G.A.A. 1,2.3.45 Drama Club 2,35 F.T.A. 1,25 Modern Dance 1.25 Cheer- leading Club 1.25 Color Guard Club 35 Pep Club 2.3.45 Guidance Office Assistant 1.2. Waterson, Edward Clark T.O. Auto Homeroom Treasurer 45 Football 1. Weeks. William Clark Liberal Arts Weinstein. Richard Clark Liberal Arts Lance 45 Football Manager 45 Spanish Club 2.35 Art Club 2. Weisholtz, Shelley Clark Liberal Arts Basketball 15 Baseball 1.2. Weltner, Robert Clark Practical Arts Football 1. Wesley. Christina E. Clark Liberal Arts Bel Canto 45 Choir 2,35 G.A.A. 1.2.3.4-. Wilds. William Garwood Liberal Arts Soccer 3.4. Wilkinson, Eugene Clark Scientific Key Club 2,3,45 Homeroom President 12.3.45 Tennis 35 Soccer 2.3.45 Track 1.25 Wrestling 2.3.45 Chemistry Club 3.45 Club '56 2.3. Wilson. Patricia J. Clark Liberal Arts Homeroom Treasurer 1.25 G.A.A. 1.2,3.45 French Club 1.2.35 Pep Club 3,45 Senior Candy Sale Chairman 4. Wilson. Robert Garwood T.O. Machine Woienski, Linda B. Garwood Beauty Culture G.A.A. 1.2.3,45 Cosmetology Club 3.4: Attendance Office Assistant 4. Worobetz. John William Garwood Liberal Arts Crusader 3.45 Homeroom Vice-President 1.25 Basketball Intramurals 1.2, 3 4. Woutars. John C. Clark Liberal Arts Soccer 1.2.3. Wysocki, Andrew W. Band 1.2: Football 1. Yawlak, Joan M. Garwood Business G.A.A. 1.25 F.B.L.A. 2. Young. Carl Clark Scientific National Honor Society 45 Key Club 45 Baseball 1,2.3.45 Bowling 2.35 Spanish Club 25 Wrestling Intramurals 3.45 Basketball Intramurals 3.4. Young. Lawrence Hunter Clark . A T.O. Auto Homeroom Vice-President 4. Yuengel. Gary M. Clark Liberal Arts Baseball 2. Zinkowicz. Dorothy M. Clark I Liberal Arts Crusader. Editor-in-Chief 25 Guest 35 Homeroom Vice-President 15 G.A.A. 1.2,3.4, President- 45 French Club 2,35 F.T.A. 1,2.3.45 Pep Club 2.3.45 Health- Office Assistant 25 Girls' Athletic Office Assistant 45 Senior Play Committees 45 Junior-Senior Prom Hospitality Co-Chairman 35 Girls' Class Basketball 1.2.3.4. 169 FAREWELL Four long years - Faculty: Thank you. Aiding our search for separate identities. Minds cultivated Bodies trained Opinions formulated Four long years - Seniors: Congratulations. Une phase ol life completed Memories and friendships to treasure forever The future is ours There is so much we must do. Four long years - Future Seniors: Good luck. A.LJ. is now yours alone Use her to advantage Four years are not so long When gone lorever . . . Renee Troiano Editor-in-Chief IN MEMURIAM Robert Sevell Class of 1961 Captain, U.S. Marine On February 28, 1968, one of Arthur L. John- son's outstanding alumni made the supreme sacrifice for his country. Bob's years at Johnson Regional were high- lighted by many achievements. Along with high scholastic abilities, he demonstrated leadership by serving as student council president. Our starting quarterback during his junior and senior years, Bob was also a member of the track team. Bob always gave his all for A.L.J. and we will remember him for giving selflessly to his country. Corps mm r A number of Regional's graduates have died in this seemingly endless war. They walked these halls, just as we do now. They endured the incessant bells, the uncomfortable fire drills and the food in the cafeteria. When they were students they faced all the same grief. Yet, they have given us something A.L.J. never posses- sed before-a heritage of bravery and gallantry. It is a heritage we students may look up to and admire. James Curry Crusader April, 1968 Thomas Badavas Class of 1965 PFC, U.S. Marine Corps Kenneth Kuspiel Class of 1964 Corporal, U.S. Army Richard Swelgin Class of 1965 Specialist 4th Class, U.S. Army -1 1333841333 KVI 'A C5533 I I ' L. I Q. I-III fue-16 " W A IUV ff I , 1' 1: 'V in ' xi. VF 'V lil i AV 'll-Rl-I ..I11SSS-ll J xf -'i?i-+1-Q CCRKY'S TELEVISION SERVICE RADIO s TELEVISION o APPLIANCES Comer of Weslfiohi Ave. G Joseph Sis., Clark RAHWAY, NEW JERSEY 388-2200 tt--41114239 ttttttttr- COIYIIJAIIIEIIIJ of Arthur L. Johnson Teachers Association UM 333333133 iiiiiiiiillllii C'l Q753 lfnmplimuuts nf THE STUDENT CCJUNCIL C1156-,x19 33133153313--3333 7 iiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiii iiilii--iiiiiiiiiiiilii 177 iiiilliiiiiiiiiiiliii Walcott-Mc Cusker Dance Studio ALL PHASES OF DANCING TAUGHT Ballet Toe Modern Jazz Tap Tiny Tots Acrobatics Adult Exercise and Dance Class Hawaiian Beginners to Advanced REGISTER NOW I-'OR FALL OR SUMMER CLASSES '75 Bartell Place, Clark Kofi Westfield Avenue! FU 8-6088 New York Trained Teachers: ANNAMAY WALCOFF -- PATRICIA MCCUSKER EDWARD SINCLAIR Qiiiilliiililiiiiilii- 178 ' Qiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii jAe 64145 of 1968 Wishes To Express Their Appreciation To The ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY For The Four Memorable Years Spent At A. L. Iohnson Regional High School C.,m,aEmmf4 of Class oi 19 0 331331--iliiiiitlliliii 179 -giiiiiiiiiiiillliiiii K 255 COURTEOUS SOUND BANKING 1 VWM an ge m ' "" 'www Z CLARK STATE BANK X f :V M 5 ,ffQ.,,f ,aiiii Ein- 1050 RARITAN ROAD 10 WESTFIHD AVE. CLARK, N. 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You can now buy at fleet prices - All our used cars are now computer tested - on our new Allen Computer to insure proper performance and safety. Be in - just visit us - identify yourself - you re in. Mai ?!M4lrea MAYOR AND COUNCIL Borough of Garwood iii Left to Bight: lohn E. Gallagher, Councilman: William I. Trelease, Councilman: Carrmelo Cosmano, Councilman: Phyllis Mane, Assistant Borough Clerk- Edward H. iller, Mayor: Harry E. Hartman, Councilman: Nicholas S. l..aCorte,'Borough Attomey: Charles I. Horbacz, Councilman: A. T. Mosca, Borough Clerk: Edward W. Krempa, Councilman. 111111111 11--1111 182 iii F l 111111111111111-111 "To e ncourage the best in each student by giving special recognition to athletic as well as scholastic or an other t d y ou stan ing achievement." A. L. Johnson Booster Club OFHCQS President I , .,,,.,,,.....,, ....,,, ...,t,.,.,t,,,.,....,, ,......,., G I LB ERT LESKO Vice President CClarkD .Y..,,,,,,.. ,...,,....,. A LBERT SCHAEFER Vice President iGarwoodl ,,,,,,. ...,,.,,,,..,,,,,,, I Ol-IN SCHNITZER Secretary ,,.Y.,,,,,, I ,c,,,,..,., ,,..,... M RS. ROSEMARY GUHO Treasurer , ...,,..,..Y........,..,,...,,.....,,,......,.,...,,,, ,.,,,.,,,,...,.,, M RS. BETTY LOU HARPER Meetings at the High School Every Third Thursday oi the month. 333 M.M. NERO CONSTRUCTION CO. and GUY VILLA 81 SONS INC. 264-7300 33333333 fa joint Venturej HAZLE1' - EDISON - CLARK NEW IERSEY 756-4552 388-7874 3333333333333 185 attttst--ttttttttttattt CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1968 Compliments of VULCAN MATERIALS COMPANY Metallics Division 1245 Wesiileld Ave. Clark. New Iersey 07066 Telephone 382-4400 STONEWALL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 1100 Rm-hun Road Clark. New Iersey "Clark's First Financial Institute" EL 2-7345 381-6886 MARTIN'S FURNITURE 5 FLOORS OF PINE FURNITURE Bedroom Living Room Dining Room 605 So. Broad St. 67 Westfield Ave. Elizabeth. N. I. Clark. N. I. 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ILS. I ELIZABETH. NEW IEHSEY PETRO PLASTICS COMPANY INC. 450 SOUTH AVENUE GARWOOD. NEW IERSEY iliiiiiiiiiiilliiiillf 190 itiiiittiiiliiilillii Phone 382-9222 MERCHANTS OF VENICE, INC. Specializing in Italian-American Foods OPEN SUNDAYS - CATERING 33 WESTFIELD AVENUE CLARK. N. I. Phone 38l'7l00 Free Ds CLARK DRUGS DAVID MARICOWITZ, B.S., RP. Agency for Russell Stover Candies Cosmetics - Gills - Greeting Cards 86 WESTFIELD AVE. CLARK. livery N. I. BEST WISHES 'ro 'rt-is ct.Ass or 1968 PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION Compliments of The NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 3887471 CELANESE PLASTICS COMPANY FRANK KUBERSKI Research and Development Center Realtor REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE 15" Immun' AVENUE CLERK. NEW IEIISEY 07055 S26 RAIIITRN ROAD CLARK. N. I. FUIton 13.0433 COMPTON REALTY WENDELL A. COMPTON, Realtor and Insuror - 2 Blocks from Parkway Exit 135 - 36 BRANT AVENUE CLARK, N. I. L 61 I BODY 6: FENDER xnnnwonm. New Isnszv lliiiiiiiiliiiiliiiii 191 -33333333333 3333333333 "Peso u poco se vu 1e1os" THE SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY FU 8-3200 TOWN HARDWARE Hardware, Electrical and Plumbing Supplies DUPONT and COOK 6- DUNN PAINTS HOUSE FURNISHINGS 26 WESTFIELD AVENUE CLARK. N- l. Telephone: FU1lon 1-6500 Matthew Minnicino, Mcxnaqer ARD WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS MOTOR LODGE OF CLARK. N. l. Sporting Goods GARDEN STATE PARKWAY 1171 ELIZABETH Avsnus :uzmam-1. Nzw nanssv Exit 135 ul Conkal Avenur CLARK. NEW IERSEY Phone 352-0404 - 0405 381-2300 E. Lubmno TITO'S RESTAURANT ESSO Italian Food - Pizza - Spaghetti BILL WILLIAMS ESSO Garden Stale Pmkwuy End! 135 1189 HARITAN ROAD CLARK. N. l. GRANRA'l'H'S LUNCHEONE'I'I'E Tasty Sandwiches - Tempting Sundaea School Supplies 3 81-8 1 1 1 1074 RARITAN ROAD CLARK. NEW IERSEY 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 388-3587 OTOHNNIES VARIETY CORNER 1oHN L. PETERSON, Proprietor 170 WESTFIELD AVENUE CLARK. N. 1. 07088 3 3 3--3 3 3 3 3 3 3 192 313111333-lillli--233335 Best Wishes From The G.I-LA. Officers Compliments of The G.A.A. Stella's Bakery Bill's Barber Shop On Wellliold Avunus 789-0080 Carl Del Conte, Prop. Congratulations - Del Rue Pool Supphes Cl l "68" , ass Q Pools - Chemrcals - Toys F' T' A' S0-E4 North Avenue Garwood. N. I. 381-7160 Nan s Fashion Shop Compumem of 1120 Rmrllun Rodd Clf11'k'NSwkrSsv Featherbed Lane School Hrs.: Mon.,Thur., Fri. i0 A.M.-9 P.lvl. Tues.. Wed., Sat. 10 ILM.-5:30 P.M. Compliments ol Best Wishes From The PIXIG Shop Iss,-me 1079 Raritan Road clark' New hm? Color Guard Squad Country Squire Merfs 8: Boy'.s Wear Mr. :S Mrs. Ioseph B1lanu-r ms, Hmm had Clark. New Iarsey 382-6760 Clarktown Cleaners Best Wishes 1077 Raritan Road Dy, Kqfney Clark. New Iersey 382-3868 3818366 Dry Cleaning and Tailoring Well Donel ll Sal's Cleaners 6. Tailors. Inc. Mr. 6- Mrs. Raymond Kostyack Expert Tailoring 70 WESTFIELD EVE. CLARK. N- l. ezttttttittttttttitir- -Siiiiillliiiiilliiiti lack Ruddy's Sport Center Sporting Goods - Hunting 8: Fishing FU a-mu Norge Dry Cleaning and Laundry Village Professional Dry Cleaning - Shirt Laundering - Cl ki N Coin Operated Us wnmald Ava Q ew ,easy Laundering - Drying - Dry Cleaning Good Luck Congratulations Class of i968 From Mr. G Mrs. Dominick Gais The Quest Staff Steve Banyasz G Russ Burleigh U19 Center Street Garwood. New lerney Lorraine L. Ioyce S - S Mig. Co. 167 Westcott Drive Rahwuy. New leney 07066 l"lUnler 6-3797 Sllnset 9,0435 Bilinskas Bros. ACE Eowlinq Balls Drilled While You Wait Accessories X001 Ralelle St. Linden. N. I. 346 North Ave. Gurwood, N. I. Chodosh Bros. 6. Wexler CIS E. Grand Avenue llahway. New lersey Congratulations Class ol l96B American Plumbing 6: Heating Co 784 Rlverbend Drive Clznlr. New lerxey 3Bl-9900 Compliments of Rahway Lumber Company With Compliment Travel Guide Clark. New lousy 388-4546 Clarkton Norcross Real Estate Barber Shop 1129 Narllmt Ruud Clark. New Ierny 382.2330 I-'Ullon l-6329 Open Sun. 9,1 DBIOIS Bdkelfy Hardware Mode lor Service ltalian 5 French Clarkton Hardware Bread - Rolls - Cookies - Specialties HGMWUI9 - Housewares - PGYHIS Wallpapers - Electrical Supplies 1120 Raritan Road lin rearl Cla-rlr. New Iersey 1073 Raritan Road Clark. New lersey Q 3 1 1 1 i 3 i 3 3 3 3 3 1-"3 5 3 3 3 3 1 -titttttttzttsxt--ztiztt l-lUnter 6-8927 Open 24 Hours ST. GEORGE DINER 705 W. St. George Ave. Linden, N. I. Best Wishes to My Fellow Classmates I will cherish always the Knowledge, Friendships, and Memories l have qcrinecl these past four joyous years. Barbara Garo Business Editor '68 Lance Good Luck Class of "68" May Happiness and Success Be Your Constant Companions MR. AND MRS. LAZAR GARO Bell Drug Store of Rahway Inc. A190555 CLARK NEW IERSEY 1552 Irving Street Rchway. New lersey The Children's Apparel Phone FU l-2000 Shoppe of Clark aaa.s144 - ans E. M. Andrews, Ir. - Florist Say lt With Flowers Clarkton Cleaners l077 Raritan Ruud Flowers Delivered to Any City in the World by Florist Telegraph Delivery Clark. New lsrsey Greenhouses: Westfield and Broadway Rulzway. N. l. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 '3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 '3 3 3- 195 . BOOSTERS .. Mr. 6: Mrs. Daniel Fiadino Mr. 61 Mrs. Ioseph Privitera Mr. G Mrs. A. L. Nelson Mr. 6. Mrs. Alex Bertelson Mr. G Mrs. Frank R. Bahl Mr. ri Mrs. Michael Mazdi Mr. G Mrs. Robert Peason Mr. G Mrs, E. H. Renaud, Sr. Mr. G Mrs. Alexander Iasman Mr. 61 Mrs. Waqi, Donna and lean Mrs. Marion Spinella Mr. 6 Mrs. Peter Del Garidio Mr. G Mrs. Thomas E. Wilkinson Mr. :Sr Mrs. George L. Weeks Mr. G Mrs. Robert Gable Mr. ci Mrs. R. A. Chatlas Mr. G Mrs. Vincent Tavalaro Mr. 6. Mrs. Richard C. Geiger Roy Geiger Mr. 6: Mrs. Iohn Turslcy Mr. 6: Mrs. Harry Paulmenn Mr. 6. 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