Falls Church High School - Jaguar Yearbook (Falls Church, VA)

 - Class of 1965

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I »% il f v 1 Jb w 40m 1 1 i r 1 fHk -« ip 1 Published by the ’65 Jaguar Stall at FALLS CHURCH HIGH SCHOOL FALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA Francia Reed, Editor Gary A. Maupin, Faculty Advisor TABLE OF CONTENTS Academics. 12 Student Body. 38 Activities.102 Athletics .150 Features .180 Directories .194 m IB i ”1 IS air If n fmmr- [j] . i 1 i gggg; ■ ■Mai f ; . . . COOPERATION Falls Church High School has closed its doors on another year. The halls give a sigh of relief; the lockers ease their dented doors; the class¬ rooms breathe the quiet air; and F.C.H.S. is peaceful. The seniors, hearts filled with memories and heads filled with knowledge, face the world. The juniors race towards the summer and with thoughts of “seniors, mighty seniors,” forget the books and teachers. The sophomores and fresh¬ men leave with the confidence of becoming up¬ per classmen. Falls Church has been, is, and will be many things—spirit, pride, friendship, joy, sorrow, ex¬ perience. The desks treat their wounded tops; the books relax their backs; the windows blink unseeing; and, as we close, F.C.H.S. is peaceful. Page 6 . . . SPIRIT Page 7 Page 8 . . . INSTRUCTION • • • The Support of Parents The “Dads” tensely watch the Jaguar team. In a successful effort to raise mone y for a whirl-pool bath for the athletic department, the Falls Church High Boosters Club sponsored a Faculty vs. Boosters basketball game. The Faculty was victorious, but the Boosters suc¬ ceeded in raising enough money to purchase the whirl-pool bath. Page 1 0 Falls Church High School is proud of . . . MR. JAMES LUNSFORD Whether marching with the band at football games, dashing to a meeting of the SCA of which he is a sponsor, or conducting the concert and dance bands, Mr. Lunsford is a well-known figure around Falls Church High School. His has been the task of creat¬ ing, within a period of four years, a band which is the pride of our school. The ’65 Jaguar respectfully salutes Mr. Lunsford in apprecia¬ tion of his genuine interest in and intelligent guidance of the cultural program of the students of Falls Church High School. V, »- e k mmmSBrn Principal , Thomas D. Todd Mr. Thomas D. Todd, principal of Falls Church High School, received his B.A. from the University of Richmond and his M.A. from the University of Michigan. In World War II he was in the Navy and is now retired from the Reserves with the rank of Commander. From 1937 to 1941, Mr. Todd taught at Warrenton High School. While there he coached football, basketball, baseball, and track. He taught one year at Fairfax High School before coming to Falls Church in 1947. Here he coached football, basketball, track, and baseball, and was Director of Health and Physical Education for twelve years. Mr. Todd left in 1959 to become Assistant Principal for Administration at J. E. B. Stuart High School, where he remained until March of last year, when he was named principal of Falls Church High School. Mr. Todd feels that “young people are the same all over, but Falls Church has an exceptionally fine student body.” His particular interest is athletics and his plans for the future include “making Falls Church the best in the 7J Page 14 Mr. Arthur J. Valotto, our Assistant Principal for Administration, is very enthusiastic about Falls Church High. He is “impressed with the friendliness and cooperation of the student body and faculty and ... is proud to bring visitors into the school.” He graduated from West Virginia University about fifteen years ago and since then has taught in Portsmouth, Virginia; was Athletic Director at Falls Church, and was Assistant Principal at Madi¬ son for two years before returning to Falls Church last spring. One of his numerous jobs is the sponsorship of the S.C.A. During the coming years, he hopes to develop this organization into a “body with prestige, capable of running student government.” Other plans for the school include establishing a reputa¬ tion for “our academically and extra-curricularly well-rounded students.” Mr. Arthur Valotto Assistant Principal for Administration Administration Mr. Leland Arthur Vliet graduated from George Washington University in 1943 with a masters de¬ gree in Economics. He came to Falls Church High in 1947 to teach in the Social Studies Department.. In 1962 he left to become Assistant Principal of Robert E. Lee High School, where he remained until last year when he returned to Falls Church. Mr. Vliet is very enthusiastic about the school and feels that Falls Church High does an admirable job in training students for higher education. He is very proud that seventy-six percent of Falls Church High graduates go on to college. Mr. Leland Vliet Assistant Principal for Instruction Page 15 Guidance Department Mrs. Marie Carstater Guidance Counselor Col. Lynell Gordon Guidance Counselor Mrs. Edith Lemon Guidance Counselor Mrs. Miles and Mrs. Lemon plan for the SCAT and STEP testing program. Careful study enables Col. Gordon to make wise schedule changes. GUIDANCE OFFICE Guidance Office Staff The Guidance Department of Falls Church High School strives to provide services which will enable each student to facilitate his academic suc¬ cess, help him recognize and understand his strengths and limitations, assist him in identifying his interests and in formulating realistic educational and vocational goals. The guidance staff, composed of five full time counselors and one secretary, works under the di¬ rection of the Director of Guidance, Mrs. Miles. Counselors see all of their counselees routinely but they also welcome and encourage them to initi¬ ate conferences themselves when they think their counselor can be of assistance to them. First TOW : Nancy Keller, Linda Hallstead, Nina Williams, Maureen Hunter, Judy Johnson. Second row: Patty Meyer, Regina DeLauder, Mary Stites, Sandie Didawick, Ruth Early. Mrs. Spring “gets the facts” before meeting with one of her students. i - m i m » Page 17 Mrs. Ruby Powers Guidance Secretary Office Staff Page 1 8 Seated: Jane McLaughlin, Gilda Codispoti, Kathy Ludlow. First row: Linda Buddenhagen, Gay Haynes, Sharry Crowder, Linda Hayes, Karen Ashwell, Linda Huff, Kathy Wells, Jeri Chewning. Second row: Nancy Burney, Larry Sampson, Mrs. Barden, Karen Kirby, Carolyn Magill, Dottie Mount joy, Maureen Hunter, Craig Finley, Mrs. Henry, John Pifer. The library has over twelve thousand books this year, bringing it above the Southern Associa¬ tion standard of eight books per student. It is hoped that the library will soon reach the na¬ tional standard of ten books per student. Library orientation and reference book in¬ struction have been available for freshmen and new students. New this year has been the brief¬ ing for seniors on reference tools needed by the college-bound student. New Audio-Visual materials were purchased this year. The collection of supplemental teach¬ ing and appreciation records was expanded and now includes foreign literature and music ap¬ preciation among others. Mrs. Bernice Thoma Librarian Mrs. Ruth Ryan Assistant Librarian The library is in constant use. Library Staff Seated: Jeanette Davidson, Adrienne Lipsky, Kathy Bowman, Patty Crown, Martha Bradshaw, Kathy Mathers, Brenda Baumgardner. Standing: Mrs. Thoma, Victor Mitchell, Dale Pace, Gerald Towle, Dallas Holmes, Jim Kelly, Nicki Boyer, Pat Nichols, JoAnn Breyer, Joan Christy, Gil Jullien. School Store Staff Mrs. Marie McFarlane Finance Secretary Larry Jones, Carolyn Haack, John Loikow, Mrs. McFarlane, Larry Sampson, Nancy Miller, Carol Moore. Visiting Teacher As visiting teacher at Falls Church High School, Mrs. Louise Rigdon acts as the liaison between the school, the home, and the com¬ munity. As a member of the staff of the Fairfax County Assistant Superintendent for Instruction, she offers a specialized service to each child. “A teacher must have had three years successful teaching experience and special training before she can qualify for a visiting teacher’s certificate,” Mrs. Rigdon explains, “and we only work with referred students.” Originally from McKenney, Virginia, she re¬ ceived a B.S. from Longwood College and did graduate work at R. P. I. and the University of Virginia. She taught both in North Carolina and southern Virginia before coming to Fairfax County in 1946 and to Falls Church in 1949. Mrs. Louise Rigdon Visiting Teacher Page 20 Clime Staff Mrs. Ina Corey Nurse Sherry Olson, Pat Edison, Linda Burrell, Glenna Sue Burgess, Betty Marteness, Adrian Jackson, Sheila Sparks, Toni Carnelli, Chris Wright, Jean Lloyd, Jo Marie Paradise. Reading D evelopment Mr. Howard Grindle Reading Joe Stephenson and Nancy Jones increase their scholastic pro¬ ficiency by improving their reading skill. “To make the reading department a full time job next year, so we can take as many students as possible,” is the plan of Mr. Howard Grindle, reading teacher at Falls Church High School. He received his B.S. and M.A. from Appa¬ lachian State Teachers College, and taught at Herndon High School before coming to Falls Church. Mr. Grindle says, “The thing I like most about Falls Church is the attitude of the stu¬ dents—they’re interested.” Page 21 Self-Expression Mrs. McCullough discusses the realism of Henry James. Miss Jan Grayson English III, IV Mrs. Hester McCullough English III Department Chairman Mrs. Francine Ogilvie English II; Dramatics I, II Mr. David Trivett English IV Page 22 Miss Mildred Spindle English I; Latin II Miss Betsy Harris English II, III Through English Mrs. Judith Anderson English I; Journalism Learning to express ourselves, stimulating our imaginations, and exploring the vast store of in¬ spiring literature—these are the demanding goals of the English Department. Study of grammar forms and enlargement of vocabulary are two of the ways by which our ability to communicate with others is perfected. Reading and understanding the novels of Cooper or Hardy, the thought-provoking dramas of Sophocles or Miller, the poetic treatment of Whitman or Wordsworth increase our apprecia¬ tion of life and literature. Mrs. Beatrice Kirby English II Miss Annie Powell English III; Public Speaking Mrs. Sandra Wilson English I, II v % . ■ . ‘ ' " 4 4 %.:•% a , M % % V % %%%% ,., % % % I Mr. Willard Reitz German I, II, III, W Department Chairman Language Increases “If I say it enough, I’ll understand—je suis, tu es, il est. . Mrs. Annie Romanus Latin I, III, IV; English I Miss Maria Carozza French III, IV Miss Alma Cordle Spanish I, II Mr. Paul Lewis French I; Spanish I, II Page 24 Friendship Amonj Countries Miss Elizabeth Kane French I, II ■w- Mrs. Janine Lavanceau French II, III, IV, V Mr. Charles Moore Spanish II, III, IV, V This year for the first time a French V course was offered at Falls Church High School. Other offerings include four years of French, Spanish, German, and Latin. Several students continued with the advanced placement French, and one student took advanced placement German. The foreign language clubs presented an as¬ sembly again this year which was a pucces fou. Some of the advanced French classes attended a French performance of L’annonce faite a Marie, which was read in class. The acquisition of a typewriter with foreign accents made the teacher’s work easier. Two new French teachers, Miss Kane and Mrs. Lavanceau, and one new Spanish teacher, Miss Cordle, joined the teaching staff this year. Lab work aids in the comprehension of foreign languages. Page 25 Science Mrs. Mable Chapman Biology Department Chairman This department provides for all students to observe and experiment in the limitless fields of science. Attempts are made to fulfill the needs of students with specific abilities and to encour¬ age these students to seek careers in science. The curriculum is planned to emphasize the importance of the major scientific principles and their discovery and application as preparation for the evolving atomic and space age. There are three new instructors in the Science Department—Mr. Feather, Physics; Miss Kiess¬ ling, Biology; and Mrs. Crawford, Biology and Science 9. This year six additional BSCS sections have been added, and activities include the Science Club, the Science Fair, and trips to the Plane¬ tarium. Mrs. Chapman explains “life science.” Page 26 Department Experimentation and observation —two steps in the scientific method. Mrs. Irene Carpenter Earth Science . . and remember, if you drop a match in the cleaning fluid, it will go BOOM!” warns Mrs. Preston. Page 27 Social Studi es The Social Studies Department welcomed Mr. Fleming, Mr. Sell, Mr. Mandes, Col. Schade, Mr. Yount, and Mr. Larsen to its staff this year. This department offers courses in World Geog¬ raphy, World Flistory, United States and Vir¬ ginia history, American and Virginia Govern¬ ment, and one-semester courses in sociology and economics. Also offered is the American Civili¬ zation class taught by Mrs. McCullough and Miss Wilson. This program emphasizes the cor¬ relation of American history and literature. Col. Howard Sciiade World Geography Miss Elizabeth Wilson U. S. History Freshmen learn about the “big, wide world” under the watchful eye of Mr. Yount. Mr. William Yount World Geography Mr. Charles Sell World Geography; U. S. History Mr. Dale Larsen World Geography; P. E. II Page 28 Department Mr. Byron Olson U. S. History Mr. Daniel Fleming World History, American Government Mr. George Mandes World History Col. Donald Mare ' American Government Sociology Economics Presidential elections—the symbol of a great heritage. Mr. Frank Mishou American Government Department Chairman Page 29 Music Department The band, under the direction of Mr. James G. Lunsford, and the choral groups, directed by Mr. Richard Keller, provide musical entertain¬ ment for the school and community, while bring¬ ing rewards and honors to Falls Church. The music department presents winter and spring concerts for the enjoyment of students and fac¬ ulty and performs at several assemblies during the year. Learning to appreciate music enriches a student’s curriculum. Mr. James Lunsford Band; Music Appreciation Department Chairman Mr. Richard Keller Choral Music Art Department Under the guidance of Mrs. Frances Crum and newcomer, Mrs. Peggy Odell, the art de¬ partment has inspired much artistic creativity. A new enameling kiln was installed in the ad¬ vanced art classes and instruction in this tech¬ nique was begun for the first time. Activities in¬ cluded the annual art field trip to New York City, the Variety Show, and the annual art exhibit. Mrs. Frances Crum Mrs. Peggy Odell Art I, Math I Art I, II, III, IV Department Chairman First a lump of clay, a turn of the wheel, and then a shaping by skillful fingers. Page 30 Industrial Arts Department “The fingers, boys, watch the fingers,” cautions Mr. Fowler. One of the major goals of the Industrial Arts Department is to provide training in the most vital fields of industry. This year the department, under the guidance of Mr. Cooper, established an entirely new shop by offering a course in elec¬ tronics. During its first year at Falls Church High School, Electronics I was offered under the in¬ struction of Mr. Locascio. These classes studied the theory of electricity and electronics. In the future, a second and possibly a third year will be offered in the fields of radio and television. Mr. Harvey Cooper Shop I; Mechanical Drawing I, II Department Chairman Home Economics Department Mrs. Marsh demonstrates etiquette for the Senior Homemaking class. The Home Economics Department, under the direction of Mrs. Geraldine Marsh, saw sev¬ eral striking innovations this year. The rooms of the department were redecorated and refurnished, and much new equipment was purchased and installed. Along with the remodeling came an enlarged enrollment, two new teachers, and the introduc¬ tion of a senior homemaking class to the curricu¬ lum. The department sponsored several teas to which friends and teachers were invited, and throughout the year the students received experi¬ ence in entertaining and basic homemaking skills. Progressive Math The Mathematics Department this year of¬ fered two courses of study: (1) the academic math which included Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II-Trigonometry, and (2) general math, consisting of General Math I II and senior math. In addition there were electives in ad¬ vanced math for students who had completed their academic math. Their electives included Functions and Calculus, which is an advanced placement course. The new math stresses the number system as the foundation of all logical processes. The pur¬ pose of this idea is to teach the students to analyze their problems. Regular class work is part of every mathematics course. Mr. Bruce Campbell Algebra I Mr. Donald McCool Math II; Geometry Mrs. Helen Mileiiam Algebra I; Geometry Mr. Robert Anderlik Algebra I Page 32 For A Modern World Col. Lowell Powers Algebra I Col. Fielder Greer Geometry; Algebra II- Trigonometry Mr. Bernard Garhart Algebra II; Trig-Functions Department Chairman Col. Greer explains the intricacies of congruent triangles. Adm. Stephen Tackney Algebra II-Trigo- nometry; Trig-Functions Mrs. Mary Carlsen Math I; Geometry Page 33 Business Department Miss Alpha Spitzer C.O.P.; V.O.T. Department Chairman Two new work programs were instituted in the business department this year. The D. E. or Distributive Education program deals with the distributive aspect of business. The I. C. T. or Industrial Cooperative Training program covers all occupations not directly outlined in the D. E. or V. O. T. programs. The objective of these programs is to provide instruction and training in order to prepare students for employment in various trades. Also new in the department was the data processing equipment placed in the main office. These machines enabled office training students to become acquainted with automation. Mrs. Arlene Fallow Shorthand I; Personal Typing Notehand Miss Emily McClellan Typing I, II; Shorthand II Mrs. Dorothea Laird Typing I Mrs. Sue Wilson D. E. Miss Rachali. Estes General Business; Bookkeeping Mr. Richard McQuain I. C. T. Commercial Economics Business Law The business leaders of tomorrow prepare today. Page 34 Department of Mrs. Bernice Lilly P. E. II, III, IV Mr. Richard Besnier P. E. I «s» ' Mr. Paul Weber P. E. II, III, IV Department Chairman Physical Education The students at Falls Church High participate in the President’ Physical Fitness Program. The Physical Education Department wel¬ comed some new members to its staff this year. Miss Peggy Dowdy, Dale Larson and Ronald Matalvage have joined veterans Mr. Weber, Mrs. Lilly, and Mr. Besnier. During the year the Physical Education De¬ partment was involved in a program of Driver Education Testing under the direction of George Washington University. This program was de¬ vised to instruct students in the safe and proper methods of operating an automobile. Miss Nancy Weisberger P. E. I Mr. Ronald Matalavage P. E. I, II Miss Peggy Dowdy P. E. I, II Cafeteria Staff First row: Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Deits, Mrs. Tepper, Mrs. Mullins, Mrs. Justice, Mrs. Tiffany, Mrs. Allison. Second row: Mrs. Gaines, Mrs. Peace, Mrs. Philpott, Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Berkebile, Mrs. Wainwright. Mr. Johnson is the Building Supervisor at Falls Church High School. His staff consists of four custodians on the day shift and seven at night. Mr. Johnson “Wait until you taste OUR brew!” say the members of the cafeteria staff. Mrs. Barber, a familiar face at Falls Church, has been a substitute teacher here since 1952. Recently she has filled the job as organist for some of our assemblies. “Who needs guidance?” asks Mr. Valotto. Page 37 The senior class of 1965 was not one to go by un¬ noticed. For the magazine drive in September, this enthusiastic class organized into small groups and can¬ vassed the whole school area. With October came the first hints of autumn and the Homecoming weekend. October also meant the presentation of the Senior Class gift, landscaping of the courtyard, to the school. November brought victory for the seniors with the annual Powder Puff Game, and success continued with the ever-popular Sadie Hawkins’ Dance. Autumn turned into winter, and mid-term exams came and went. The new year brought more college acceptances and graduation drew nearer. Prom weekend and grad¬ uation meant an end to the school year, but for the seniors it meant the beginning of a new life in a world full of many promises and great responsibilities. Seated: Kathleen Blake, Secretary; Jeri Chewning, Treasurer. Stand¬ ing: Billy Morris, Vice-President; Micki Behrend, President; Mary Tatum, Girl Senator; Rudy Segaar, Boy Senator; Karen Zavinsky, Sergeant-at-Arms. F. C. H. S. is ... . a superior Senior Class William Gary Adams Richard Lynn Alderson Richard Leslie Alsager Page 40 SENIOR COUNCIL First row: Jack Tavenner, Roger Ashford, Bill Morris, Rudy Segaar. Second row: Micki Behrend, Patty Meyer, Karen Zavinsky, Gay Haynes, Jeri Chewning, Mary Simpson. Third row: Jane Andruska, Ruth Early, Melanie Sirpis, Kathy Wells, Nancy Jones, Ann Simpson. Fourth row: Sharon Bastress, Mary Tatum, Dorothy Jackson, Linda Ferrone, Kathleen Blake. Page 41 “Ah done outgrew all mah other shirts !” drawls Henry Schutz . Roger David Ashford Karen Faye Ashwell Susan Annette Bageant Mark Baker Sharon Leigh Bastress Michele Behrend Page 42 Daniel Wallace Behrman Mills Everette Bell, Jr. Kearney Douglas Bennett Susan Jean Benoski f Marian Patricia Benson John Michael Bisciioff Leonard Barry Biagi Brian Leslie Black Linda Marion Bibb Kathleen Jane Blake Lynn Mary Bickham Pamela Jean Borden “Come on, Alderson! I just saw her go in here!” Pat Klewicki explains to Richie. Arthur Charles Boyer Gary L. Bradford Thomas William Bradley Antoinette. Brett Page 43 Kathryn L. Briner Michael Arthur Brooker Jacqueline Marquita Brittain David H. Brooks “8 :55 and all is well” says Nancy Burney. Alice Jane Bryson Linda Gail Eileen Valerie Burke Buddenhagen Page 44 Nancy Alice Burney Craig IIorsley Burnham Richard Allan Byles David Lawrence Callahan Antonia Marcia Carnelli Roger Phillip Stephen Carl Carey Campbell Franklin Leroy William F. Cary Carroll “I put it on the third shelf, second row.” whispers Ronnie Cothran to Linda Buddenhagen. Robert Michael Castle Jeri Ellen Chewning Claude Stephen Chambers John Alexander Clark Page 45 Robert D. Clark Roger Boyd Coffey James Patrick Clarke Clarence Wade Cole Peggy Jean Clarke Judy Lane Collis Gilda Castella CODISPOTI Ray Converse W f - % Charles Edward Cook Janice Elaine Cosbey Ronald Taylor Lisa Courtis Cothran “Now where did I put my lunch?” wonders John Piter. Page 46 “We’re off to see the wizard . . . !” sing Brian Black, Linda Haves, and Pat Klewicki. Charles Wayne Craig Barbaba Irene Crawford Sharry Ann Crowder Barbaba Louise Crown Pamela Ann Curry Diana Lyn Curtis Gail Jean Danilik Linda Diane Davidson Carolyn Adair Day Edward Albert Rita Mary Delaney Linda Jean Dellacasa DeFreitas Page 47 “It’s real easy Linda Buddenhagen tells Karen Ashwell. “You just flap your wings like this.’’ ■£ -. 1 $ Sandra Jean Didawick Stephen C. Douglas Nancy Lee Dorf. Kenneth Morrison Dowell Linda Ann Duff Thomas Dunkum Thomas B. Dunphy John Cameron DuVal Ruth Ann Early Charlotte, Ann Egnot Frank Donald Elsasser Lawrence William Embrey, Jr. Page 48 Helen Jane Ericson Linda Sheryl Fenwick James Edward Farmer Ian Keith Fernandez John Roy Farrell Linda Carol Ferrone Ferol Faust Irene Rose Fisher John Thomas Flemming v|P X Sheri Lynn Fitzpatrick “Let’s see, now who can I be mean to today?” ponders Charlie Cook, as he checks over his list. William Harrison Fogerty Darlene Ann Ford Page 49 Richard Hunter Fox Carol Ann Garlem Linda Marlene Freeman John Noland Frye William A. Furlow Kenneth Scott Garnett Sara Louise Gieseler Marjorie Beattie Gifford Marie Jane Gleason Margie Lee Gooding Page 50 “I, Janet Guiikin, being of sound mind and body, do bequeath . . Donna Rae Gray Gary Bernard Griffenhagen Janie Griffin Dennis M. Grim Janet Elizabeth Guirkin Elkton Earl Harrington Elizabeth Lee Harris Jack Harvey Welby Lee Hatton Linda Anne Hayes Page 51 Sheila Sparks warms up for another exercise session with Jack LaLane. Gay L. Haynes Leann May Heath Robert Earl Hedgpeth John Crawford Heerlein Pamela Dee Heishman William Robert Heyde Becky L. Hendrick Janet Irene Higgins Edward Alan Henry Michael R. Hill Charles G. Hershey Stephen James Hill Page 52 Margo Amanda Hixson Frank R. Hood Andrew E. Holmaas Sandra Lee Horn Dallas Lloyd Holmes Cheryl Ann Howard James Lemuel Holzier Donald Wilson Howell Linda Lee Huff Sharon Inez Hunter Wendy Ada Huthwaite Adrian Laverne Jackson “ Melanie, Melanie, Bo BeJanie, Banana Fanna, Fo Felanie! . . . sings David Brooks. Page 53 Doris Virginia Dorothy Lee Jackson Jackson Patty Ann Jaffray Marjorie Ann Jeffries “Hey, Paul,” whispers Richie Alderson, “see that new blonde over by the window Elizabeth Jean Jenkins Nancy Jo Jennings Gary Howard Johnston Christine Ann Cynthia Jean Johnson Johnson Nancy Ellen Jones Paul Nelson Jones I 1 Page 54 Judith Lynne Johnson Paul Nelson Jones Robert Towner Jones Ruthie Caroline Jones Jacqueline Diane John Kalen JuLIANO Vicki Lynn Jones Luann Julian Nancy Jane Keller James Vincent Kelly Donald Benedict Rose Mary King Kinder David P. Karen Lynn Kirby Kintsfatiier, Jr. “Yeah,” replies Paul Kuttler, “but she’s nothing com¬ pared to my English teacher.” Page 55 William Wesley Klein, Jr. Linda Anne Kvam Patrick Edward Klewicki Richard Owen Landman Kathryn Ann Knepley Paul Kuttler Susan E. Lanier Eleanor Cameron La wry “Deadlines! Deadlines!” explains Francia Reed, yearbook editor. Lea Leavitt Bruce Calvin Ledley Mu ■% Mary Louise LeDane Robert Chester Leeper Page 56 J “I know there’s water down there someplacesays Danny Locke hopefully. James Allen Leonard Daniel Cleveland Locke Janet Sue Lemmer Raymond D. Liptrap Ralph Louis Lorenzo Kenneth Allen Loustalot Donald Sco tt Lowry Katherine Huber Ludlow Sheryl Nadine Lowe Judy Ann Lunsford Page 57 Betty L. Luskey Richard Alan Mabry Karen Lansdowne Mackenzie Ann Lillian MacMillan Mary Ann Maffett Barbara Anne Male Rodney Charles Manganello Elizabeth Ann Marcey George Edward Marcey John Michael Mark Page 58 Betty Lorraine Edward Allen Martin Marteness William Edward Maschal James Edward Matthias Donna Marie McGowan Michael Joseph McKinley Jane Dolores McLaughlin Walter Pierce McWhirt Patricia Sue Meyer Joseph Anthony Micale “YOU do bad things?” asks shocked Tiger Tom Bradley. Page 59 Carol Jean Moffatt Pamela Ann Moncure Carol Marie Moore William Dwight Sandra Sue Mott Morris Dwight David Muse Sheila Elizabeth Musgrave Patrons of senior playground: Richard Mabry, Pat Klewicki, Gilda Codispoti, Pam Heishman, and John Watkins. Page 60 Carl Douglas Nelson Nicholas John Nestro Evelyn S. Neuhut “I’ll hide it and they’ll never know,” plans Gild a Codispotti. Ann Marie O’Hara Stephen Paul Olowiany Sherry Lee Olson John Paul Oswald Margaret Allen Otis Johanne Patricia Owen Page 61 “Did you hear that the cafeteria got their Duncan Hines recommendation?” remarks Karen Ashwell. Marian Virginia Susan Linda Owens Owens Eleanor Katherine Judith Anne Pace Pagluca Kathryn Jeanne Rex G. Parr, Jr. Wanda Lee Patt Joanne E. Pedone Parker Page 62 Janice Ruth Pell Gregory Michael Philbrick John William Pifer Dale Elizabeth Plastino Harold Crawford Mary Kathryn Pleasants Plowman Judith Merle Powers Carol Ann Radcliffe Manuela Poggi Martha Jane Rafferty Allan Jennings POHLMAN John Steve Raines Carol Ann Randall Francia Ann Reed Roxine Renae Randolph Roy Eryin Reel “Let’s see, I ' ll just close my eyes and drop it in,” exclaims Richard Mabry as he votes for a Sadie Hawkins character. Page 63 Mark George Reingruber Thomas J. Reynolds James Warner Rhoton Stephen Edward Douglas Wayne Ricks Judy Kay Ritchie Richeson Sandra Diane Robey Page 64 Gordon Jochen Ritter Jerry L. Roley Larry Eugene Sampson 1 Suzanne Rebecca Sauveur Joseph Edward Schafer Nancy Mae Henry August Schutz Schlueter Ruurd Carel Segaar Bonnie Louise Shannahan Bonnie Lee Sharpless Winsor Lef, Shepherd The class of ’65 makes plans for the future. Charles Henry Sherin Robert Price Sherman Page 65 L Bonita Simmons Martha Lee Simpson “What light from yonder window breaks?” asks Jim Toth of drama students Nina Williams and Sara Anthony. J Page 66 Mary A. Simpson David Walter Smith Roberta Ann Simpson Karel Ann Smith Melanie Joan Sirpis Marsha Susan Smith Michael W. Slimak Roy Bruce Smith Kenneth Wilfred Soucy Sheila Mary Sparks Charles Frederick Speacht Catherine A. Stange Joe B. Stephenson Nancy Louise Stevenson “Linda, Linda, I heard the neatest news—but I can’t tell you,” says Kathy Wells gloatingly to Linda Huff. Bonnie Mae Stahl Mary Ellen Stickley Linda Lee Storey Geraldine Lee Strand Page 67 Kern William Patricia Jane Studds James L. Talley Strickland Donna Sue Tate Judy Kay Tate Mary Carole Tatum John Raymond Tavenner David Christie Thomas Sharon Ann Tharpe Gregory McQueen Thomas “Jane, there’s a big bug on your back, " giggles Bob Leeper. Page 68 Charles F. Thompson Gregory Keith Thompson Dallas Holmes displays his skill in industrial aits. Ronald William Tonstad James Toth William S. Trapp Judy Loretta Trenary Linda Ann Trimmer Julie Tucker Page 69 Michael Thomas Walters John Franklin Watkins Patrick Joseph Tunney Dianne Gail Walker Linda Atwood Watts Edward Stephen Webster Marshall Ellis Whitenton Bonnie E. Williams k. James F. Wiggins Linda Lou Williams Wilma Kathryn Robert Paul West Wells “But I iiave to have it by next period! !” explains Sue Sauveur. Page 70 SSI UK Members of the yearbook staff, Kathv Wells and Karel Smith, assist with underclass pictures. Nina Day Williams Peggy Aron Williams Phillip Douglas Alan Ernst Wolcott Williams Gloria Ann Wood Judith Ann Woodring Christy Nadine Sara A. Woodmansee Lionel Dorsey Worthy, Jr. Wright William Patrick Karen Anne Zavinsky Yonushonis John Floyd Wright Page 71 The hard-working juniors spent the year making plans for the prom. Showing their de¬ termination, they won the first prize of twenty- five dollars for their homecoming float. The junior girls put up a hard fight against those mighty senior girls in the traditional powder-puff game in November, but could not beat them. The juniors made over two hundred dollars at this event. With the help of their successful dues drive in November and their bake sales, they reached a goal of twelve hund red dollars by the end of No¬ vember. Sponsoring this year’s Christmas dance, the junior class featured “Jack Alix.” Receiving their class rings was a bigger event than usual because of the ring dance which was held by the class of ’66. The ’64-’65 session was brought to a close by the spotlight event of the year—the Junior-Senior prom, which the junior class successfully sponsored. 3.C.JJ.S. id a OFFICERS Seated: Micki Klewicki, Girl Senator ; Mary Stites, Secretary; Glenna Sue Burgess, Vice President. Standing: Mike Porvaznik, Boy Senator; Michele Cayot, Sgt.-At-Arms; Jennifer Huseby, Treasurer; Phil Bobel, President. Dan Abrams Helen Ainsley Susan Anderson Lee Anthony Georgia Argiropoulos Christine Ashley Marie Attilus Archie Augustine Barbara Ayres Joyce Bailey Page 72 James Baker Mary Baker Greg Ballard Sue Beeman Cora Barile Bill Bell Judy Barker Patty Benedict Mary Bates Claudia Bennett Linda Batts Susan Bertram Fred Beck Beth Bevans Margaret Bickiiam Tony Bowen Nora Bramley Katiiy Black Dan Bowes Gerry Braun Jim Blackwell Bob Bowman Keith Brescia Michael Blum Kathy Bowman Jack Breyer Barbara Bobby Jim Boyce Lawrence Brooks Phil Bobel John Bradshaw Wally Brown Page 73 Jim Burdick Michele Cayot Cynthia Cohen Glenna Burgess Andy Cazalas Bill Colaianni Linda Burrell Frank Christopher Pat Cooper Terry Byles Angela Ciffo Ken Cosimano Allen Carnahan Charine Cirlin Gena Cox Pat Carter Robert Clancy Pat Cragle Neal Cunningham Robert Cushing Patricia DeLorenzo Jackie Deneault Paulette Daniels Mike Darnall Terry DePlachett Pat Dietrich James Dean Regina Delauder Chris Ditto Dianne Dixon Page 74 Frank Dixon Diane Dressler Gene Dodson Bill Dronenburg Kerry Donnell Ann Du Von Russell Dovel John Ellis Nancy Dowell Mike Doyle Fran Elsasser Cliff Entzminger umor a adi Milt Fall Joseph Fisher Barry Ford Diana Ferrone Virginia Fisher Martha Gailliot Craig Findley Robert P’lorance Mary Gains Juniors begin the year with a successful dues drive. Page 75 Ann Garvin Sandy Givin Nancy Gooch Paulette Gaskins Dennis Godfrey Nancy Groves David Gillespie Sara Goldfein Merle Greenberg John Judd and Ralph Taylor make their daily inventory at lunch. PlRKKO GREENROSE Sandy Haese Diane Gribbin Alice IIailman Brenda Griffin Linda IIallstead Dave Guernsey Ken Hammer Gini Gustafson Blytiie Hanna Carolyn Haack Bob Hanna Page 76 Ruth Hansel James Hartman Peggy Hansen Irene Haske Paul Harris Mike Head Vicki Harris Howard Hershey Carolyn Hart Janet Hess Harold Hartman Regina Hicks Mike Hill John Hoernemann Harriet Hoffman Sara Hoffman Sandra Hooper Nan Hopkinson Ed Hoppe Jennie Hosmer Clara Huff Bill Hughes Jennifer Huseby Don Huycke Linda Jernigan John Jolley Larry Jones Luther Jones Mostyn Jones Patty Jones Page 77 Terri Jones John Judd Robert Jullien Betty Juncal Pete Kalen Mary ' Lou Kelly Kenneth Kerttula Nancy Kimble Kay King Anita Kleinfeld Micki Klewicki Barbara Knight Janet Lackey Joseph Lakas Judy Lane Kathy Lawrence Gail Lebbon Mike Lewis Ronnie Lewis Tom Lewis Irene Luehrs Russell Lyberger Danny Lipp Karen Lynch Adrienne Lipski Evy MacMillan John Loikow Carolyn Magill John Loughton Mark Maher Page 78 Carolyn Mangeng Karen McCreath f Madeleine Miller Margaret Moody Ross Moore Bob Mathers Harris McGarrah Steve Matthews John McPherson Bob Matthews David Mellott Harkey Mayo Carmalyn Miller Kathy McConnell Nancy Miller ointor a ass Richard Miller Dick Monday Dave Morey Pam Moodie Mychelle Montgomery Barbara Morris . Visions of sugar plums dance in his head . . as Bill Bell dreams in study hall. Page 79 Dottie Mount joy Carol Muprhy Eddie Nestor Ricky Mulkey Charles Murphy Pat Nichols Wendy Multog Joe Praetz Janet Nolan “We’ve been studying this for IS minutes and you STILL don’t understand? ” Cheryl Williams asks Gary Young. Glenn Omura Charles Papke Dorothy O’Neal Mike Parker Cindy Orr Harold Pavel James Owens John Pruitt Debbie Palmer Diane Payne Jeff Palmer Ron Pemstein Page 80 Susan Penwell Claudia Pineau Lois Perfetti Irene Pleasants Patty Pettin Gail Poe Kathleen Petty Betty Polk Allen Pierce John Porter Peggy Pillar Jon Porter Mike Porvaznik Sharon Poss John Prichard Robert Rains Wayne Ralston Carla Rember Bob Rentz Keith Reynolds David Ritchie Fred Rock Jonathan Rohr Penny Ross Ben Rothgeb Boris Ruis ' Perry Sandeen Pam Saylor Leith Schaffstall Carolyn Schutz Page 81 Cindy Seay Jim Sikes Jim Smith Charles Sell Carole Simpson Neil Sommerfeldt Elizabeth Shedd Terry Sims Prisy Southerly Jim Shegogue Linda Sisson Roy Spilman Kerwin Shoun Mary Jane Slimak Mike Stackhouse Jim Shumate Barbara Smith Garner Stallings Gene Stangohr Susan Story Janie Steele Mary Studd Phyllis Stewart Bryan Suit Sandra Stickley Dave Sullivan Mary Stites Suzan Stitzel Ralph Taylor Sharon Thierbach Page 82 Fred Thompson Tommy Vorhauer Glenn Thompson Diane Viar Rod Thornton Sherry Walker Gerry Towle Beckie Wallace Dick Traynham Armentia Wall Jack Von Runnen Robert Weddle . . All for Juniors, stand up and holler,” urge the cheer¬ leaders at the Powder Puff game. Pat White Carol Willingham Bruce Wright Cheryl Williams Mike Winters John Yonushonis Holly Williams Jane Wood Gary Young Page 83 The Class of ’67 worked harder than ever this year, centering all of its efforts on raising money for the Junior-Senior Prom next year. In its campaign the Sophomore Class held a Supersti¬ tion Stomp on Friday the 13th, and two dances in the spring. In addition to these activities the students had various other adventures in order to help the advancement of this class. During each of these activities every student did his ut¬ most to further the goals of the class. The Class of ’ 67 has worked hard to better the whole stu¬ dent body and Falls Church High. OFFICERS Bobbie Miles, Girl Senator; Ann Swing, Secretary; Marcia Grim, Sgt.- At-Arms; Pam Huff, Treasurer; Jerry Hunsburger, Boy Senator; Glen Guider, Vice President; Bruce Boger, President. :l c: Ji v „. J. E. Albritton Beth Allen Linda Altman Alan Ambler Bob Amme Janet Amole Diana Anderson Chris Andrews Steve Arden Janette Arnold Nancy Arnold Tim Arnold Earl Bageant Linda Bailey O. W. Baird Kathy Ball Hal Barber Rick Barnes Linda Bartlett Sandie Barton Jim Beech Martin Belknap Kevin Bell Arthur Bennett Page 84 Chip Belyea Carol Bennett Robert Benton John Bibb Thomas Biggs Dickie Black Linda Black Steve Black Buz Blair Bob Blake Gary Bledsoe Bruce Boger Chris Botos Susan Bowen Sandy Boyd David Boyer Jack Brandt Ken Brunte Lytle Buckingham Bette Burroway Linda Bush Linda Carl Mike Carlson ClIARLEENE CARNAHAN a wi lima Soph m — sophomore Bill Carpenter Dee Carr Betty Carter David Cary Joe Casey Betty Cash Anthony Christ Bobby Cline Jerry Coffey James Collins Linda Collins Ronald Collins Leroy Cook Lee Corey Dan Cosbey Mike Cosimano Jeanne Cothran Charlie Cousins Nancy Cox Rick Crack Dennis Crawford Mike Creel David Daniels Karen Danilik Page 85 khHHI Carolyn Dart Sandra Davis Annette Davidson Jeanette Davidson J. R. Davison Don Day Paul De Freitas Joan Demo Pauline Denault Ricky Derriciison Jeff Derrow Vickie Donaldson Gorman Donegan Richard Donahue Dorothea Dorman Jay Douglas Sheila Doyle Dave Dressler Grace Dronenburg Dana Dunlap Alan Dyer Patty Edison John Eldridge Duke Elliot Tony Epp Bill Evans Charles Evans John Everhard John Fairbanks Tom Farmer Jim Farrell Bill Fisher John Fitzsimmons Jim Fletcher Kathy Fiormonti Donna Fox Dorothy Franklin Bryna Freyer Sidney Friend Dan Fusan Harold Gashins Glen Guider Phil Gieseler Kitty Godwin Beth Goodman Sharon Goodman Mark Goodrich Bob Gorache Carol Graham Ken Graham Dora Gramling Libby- Graves Natalie Green Kathleen Gregson Donna Gibbon Gordon Griffenhagen Marica Grim Stan Grochoushi Chris Guenther John Gunnels Martin Gurri Sharon Hallama Gloria Hamilton Clarence Harris Linda Hart Maxine Hart Gary Hartman Wallace Hartsook Alan Hays Susan Hayes Mary Alice Healey Terry Hedgpeth omore a a.66 Linda Hedrick Bill Herling Tommy Herrity Janet Holmass Sandy Holmes Larry Honey Jennie Hosmer Ed Hruneni Charles Hudock Pam Huff Sharon Huff Jerry PIunsberger Karen Hunsberger Herb Hunter Maureen Hunter Audrey Huthwaite Pauline Jackson Nancy James Sharon Jeglum Larry Johnson Rich Johnston Barbara Jones Sally Jones Wayne Juncal Page 87 Bob Kackley Paul Kadel Carol Keen Pat Kelly Judy Kerns Sue Kerns Linda Kidd Nancy Kincheloe Dottie King Mike King Peggy Kleinfelder Valorie Knight Mike Korbe Alicia Lacoss Ray Lacy David Landman Judi Lantz Carol Larkin Carol Lawall Raymond Leach Virginia Leffas David Lindley Alena Liptrap Virginia Litten Jean Lloyd Linda Long Sindri Low Elaine Lynch Ernest MacCracken Lloyd MacMillan Frank Maffett Mike Malone Ellen Manville Sue Marcey Vernon Marks Joan Martin Page 88 Marilyn Martin David Martin Mike Martini Larry Martz Tom Massey Laurie Mastenbrook Frank Matthews Sandra Matthias Sharon Matthias Dennis McCarthy Tom McDaniel Rob Meadows Butch Measor Pattie Melick Karen Merritt Carl Micale Bobbie Miles Bill Miller Louella Mills Susan Miller Jack Mitchell Mike Mitchell Victor Mitchell Joe Mondichak Mike Monroe Connie Moody John Moore Rebecca Moore Barbara Moran Linda Morrell Donald Morris Gerald Morris Lonnie Morris Gilbert Morrison Rhea Morrison Jerry ' Murphy Mary Nichols Duane Nystrom Pete Oakley Paul O’hara Pat Oiileger Bill Oliver Calvin Olson Dale Pace John Padgett Don Papke J o Marie Paradise Steve Parks Page 89 Jim Parr Georgia Patterson Gregg Patton Edward Pauly Sandra Payne Sue Payne Janice Pedone Lonnie Pence Jean Philbrick Jackie Plastino Arthur Poling Mike Pollock Jack Poole Linda Powell Steve Price Rob Price Jimmy Puckett Barbara Redman George Reedy Larry Revis Alice Ricks Shelia Riffle Richard Robson Gary Rohrbaugh Paula Rothgeb Judith Roussulon Darlene Rowley Linda Rue Bernie Ryan Robert Sadlowe Carol Sahrow Myrna Samuel Barbara Santee Adele Santino Cheryl Saunders Dan Sauveur Judy Schafer Judy Sherman Alice Shewmaker Barb ara Shoun Terri Shupe Chris Sills Judy Smith Mike Smith Ross Smith Steve Smith Johnny Stacks Margie Stacks Page 90 Cathy Starr Edye Stephenson William Stevens John Stevenson Paul Strickland Toby Sullivan Bob Summers Harvey Swift Ann Swing Jill Tavenner Carol Thomas Daniel Thomas Karen Thomas Terry Thomas Al Thompson John Thompson John Titus Dolly Towsey Fred Tremper Bruce Tucker Chris Tunney James Turner Helen Turner Jane Tyler Nancy Van Lear Vivian Warren Karen Weedon Kurt Wehle Elaine Wehle Patty Welch Dave Weinberger Bill Wells David Werth Donna Wetrich Mary Anne Wheeler Virginia Wheeler Dottie Williams Sandy Williams Bob Willingham Patti Willis Larry Winstead Craig Wisooker Bill Wood Chris Wright Chris Wright Don Youngblood Danny Zapalski Bruce Zeiger Page 91 The class of ’68 has enjoyed a very busy and productive year. There was a large response to the dues drive. The final standings in the school magazine drive showed that the illustrious Fresh¬ man Class captured thirty percent of the school’s total sales and led all other classes toward the goal. After much hard work and effort, the Fresh¬ man Class dance was held in early March. Every¬ one present had a good time, and the dance was pronounced a success. Led onward by their presi¬ dent, Gary Chewning, the freshmen strived to become the most spirited and active class in the school. IS . . OFFICERS Seated: Pat DeTemple, Secretary; Jeanette Gooding, Girl Senator; Kathy Austin, Treasurer; Melanie Marcus, Sergeant-At-Arms; Standing: Chuck Howard, Boy Senator; Gary Chewning, President; Sue Winstead, Vice President. (hci Min . " - ' 1 ‘ r ; w N ! ' u ' V =7 ci successful ypeshman t k i Mary Ainsley Walter Ake James Akers Gayle Alexander Joe Allen Dave Allison Nikki Almy John Anderson Sandy Anderson W arren Anderson Karen Ashford Richard Ashford Page 92 Sandra Atherton Howard Attiliis Susan Atwater John Austin Kathy Austin Mike Austin Peter Ayoub Vera Ayoub Maureen Babbish Frances Bailey Chris Baker Sherry Ball Sue Ballou Pat Bardo David Barrack Dale Barrick Sharon Barrus Richard Bates B. G. Baumgardner Dennis Beane Tom Beck Len Beech Gary Behrend Virginia Bennett Liz Benson John Betts Kevin Bickham Linda Bisson George Bobby Barbara Boland Bill Booze Owen Botkin Elissa Bowen Pat Boyette Cynthia Bradford Martha Bradshaw Lacy Braun Pat Brescia Joann Breyer Linda Brightly Morris Brooks Thomas Buck John Burkett Joel Burnham Mike Calhoun Janet Canfield Jane Cappio Denise Carey Page 93 Dan Carrier Nancy Carter Richard Carter Carol Chamberlin Jim Chapman Gary Chewning John Christ Vallorie Christesson Joan Christie Marcia Clark Sandy Clements Jim Cockerill Mary Coffey Bill Cole Ricky Collins Virginia Compton Sandy Cooney Carole Cooper Larry Cornwall Sherry Cornwall Larry Counts Mark Covington Elaine Cragle Peggy Cragle Jeff Cray Laura Crider Patricia Crown Jim Davidson Barbara Davis Suzie Davis Doug DeCerbo Ken DeLorenzo Jon Denny Mark DePlachett Pat DeTemple John Dewey Debby Dietsch Mike D’Isidoro Kathy Dodd Cheryl Dodgion Jeanette Dronenburg Gail Ducker Danny Dukes Linda Dunmire Michele Egnot Pat Eldridge Ron Erier Judy Fallin Page 94 Mike Fatles Anita Ferrone Pat Ferguson Jim Fisher Susan Fisher Don Flaggs Steve Flester Mary Fletcher Fred Fravel Kent Fuge Cal Fulmer Cynthia Furlow Bill Gallaiian Larry Garfield Carol Garnett Danny Garrett Charlene Gaut Butch Gearheart Karen Gerber Bernard Gill Philip Gleason Esther Godlove Londa Goff Carveth Gooch Jeanette Gooding Andy Goodson Belinda Gowin Debby Greenfield Kathy Gregory Georgia Griffin Linda Griffith Geoff Grosvenor Jeff Groves Ronny Guerin Valerie Haase Mike Hadley Jack Haley David Hall Steve Hall Nancy Hamblin Thelma Hamilton Patty Hamm Stephen Hammer Loretta Hardin Joe Hare Ken Harnage John Harris Kais Harris Page 95 Elizabeth Hayes Stephanie Hefti Lois Heawood Gloria Helsley Bill Herbert Susan Hershey Tom Heyde Fred Hill Wendell Hite Martha Hoffman Scott Holcomb Lynn Hooper Ralph Hoover Deborah Horning Charles Howard Sue Hudspeth Debby Hunsberger Don Hixson Nancy Irvin Mike James Ronnie James Bill Johns Judy Johnston Kay Johnston Bill Jones Tom Jones Tom Julian Gilbert Jullien Don Juncal Don Kasulattis Nancy Keller Susan Kelley Steve Kennedy Page 96 Freshman Debby Hunsberger takes time out for study. Cheryl Kern Dorothy Kidwell Albert Klein Eric Knight Peggy Knight Chris Mead Jane Miller Mike Lanier Barbara Lauffer Jody Lawson Angela Leavitt Lyn Leeper Ann Lilly Caroly ' n Liptrap Maudene Litten Jerry Long Wayne Long Wayne Lowry Larry Lucas Robert Lueiirs Erika Lynn Arnehl Lyon Jay McInnis Doug Maher Lynn Maiorana Scott Maple Mike Marcellin Melanie Marcus Gary Marks Paul Martin Tommy May Roger McClain Susan McClanahan John McConnell David McDaniel David McDonald Noelle McIntire Harry Mead Paula Meade Linda Meader Lynn Melvin Barbara Merz Gisela Merz Judy Michael William Miller Dennis Mitchell Claus Moltke-Hoff Pat Monahan Page 97 Ginny Mondichak Mike Montgomery Claudia Moore Janette Moore Joyce Moore Mark Moore Jackie Morris Steve Morris Bev Mount joy Steve Mulkey Debbie Murdock John Musgrave Wayne Napolt Ronald Nelson Bonnie Nestor Lea Ann Nystrom Richard Olson Christina Oehser Nora Pamplin Jill Patterson Sandy Patton Rick Pelasara Linda Pendleton Tom Pendleton Mary Penna Joyce Piccione Tony Piccione Carolyn Pinkett Jill Poole Judy Preston Deborah Price Ted Province Robert Radcliffe Chris Reed Robert Reel Chris Ricci Kathy Rice Randy Riggleman Brenda Robey Danny Robey Bleys Rose John Rose Linda Rosser Susan Rowe Janice Rucker Mike Sapp Francine Schaefer Steve Schmidt Page 98 Susan Schoellig Mark Seganish Richard Seiler Gary Seymour Terry Sheetz Pat Sheldon Gary Shelly Don Sherfey Rondy Shiflett Julie Short Barbara Shoun Don Showalter Alice Showalter Tom Sikes Paula Simmons Kris Simounet Peggy Skinner Patty Slimak Gary Smith Susan Smith Don Socha Susan Sparks Sterling Spencer Mark Stallings man a aSi Ray Stang Anita Stangohr John Stanton George Staples Jeannie Stapleton Dianne Stewart Sava Stiff Charles Stitzel Wally Stryker Elaine Stuckey Dennis Suit Cynthie Szymanski Marilyn Talmadge William Tarangelo Gayle Taylor Michael Thomas Ricky Thompson Tom Tipton Joanne Todd John Tomasino Ellen Towle Julien Truitt Marlene Toward Ronnie Toward Page 99 Ellen Towle Dottie Valentino Faye Vanlear David Vernon Eugene Walker Jane Walker Linda Walker Carolyn Walko Jerry Wall Brenda Waybright Angela Weary Bernadine Webster Ken Wehrs Joan Weir Jim Werner Norman Werner Ken Wester Pattie Wetrich Paul White Cyndi Williams Les Williams Roger Williams Tom Williams Sandy Willis Sue Winstead Joyce Wood Joan Woodward Glyn Worrock Jo Worthy James Wright Thomas Yun Diana Zapaiski Mike Zavinsky Barbara Zuntz Freshman Linda WaJicer adjusts to the Falls Church High School study routine. Page 100 Hn Mlemoriam ■— Norma Alberta Burrill Norma Burrill was an active member of the student body. She participated in the Pep Club, and the Future Homemakers of America, and out of school she was very active in her church. Her friendly and quiet manner will not be forgotten. Page 101 Student Council First row: Sandy Payne, Nina Williams, Libby Graves, Jill Tavenner, Alice Shewmaker, Karen Ashwell. Second row: Judy Fallin, Linda Walker, Anita Ferrone, Peggy Pillar, Saralee Goldfein, Virginia Fisher. Third row: Linda Hall- stead, Kay Johnson, Charine Cirlin, Carolyn Schutz, Janet Nolan, Sandy Barton, Pat Kelley. Fourth row: Lyn Leeper, Jeanette Gooding, Judy Tate, Linda Kvam, Jeri Chewning, Jackie Morris, Peggy McMahan, Gary Chewning. Fifth row: Lyn Hooper, John Tomasino, Gary Behrend, Richard Ashford, Gary Seymour, Ronnie Cothran, Bill Yonushonis, Bill Morris. Sixth row: Wayne Lowry, Don Morris, Steve Matthews, Ralph Taylor, Bob Bowman, Karen Hunsberger, Kathy Fiormanti, Nan Hopkinson. Carolyn Mangeng, Secretary; David Callahan, Vice-President; Nancy Keller, Treasurer. Seated: Mark Whitenton, President. This year the Student Council struck out to bring the organization up to its proper place in prestige and duties. It worked especially hard toward improvement of the school and its or¬ ganizations. During the summer active students gave their time and effort to rewrite the Student Hand¬ book, which was presented in the fall to fresh¬ men and new students. The old Falls Church High School Constitution was revised and re¬ written into a more flexible one. Under the new Constitution the S.C.A. interested more students in taking part in school activities. There was suc¬ cess in all their sponsored activities. Page 104 Senate Jerry IIunsberger, Sophomore ; Bobbie Miles, Sophomore; Rudy Segaar, Senior; Mary Tatum, Senior; David Callahan, Vice-President; Mickie Klewicki, Junior; Chuck Howard, Freshman; Jeanette Gooding, Freshman. Not pictured: Mike Porvaznik, Junior. Cabinet First row: Nancy Keller, Mickie Klewicki, Janet Hess, Gary Ciiewning, Dottie Mount joy, Micki Beh- rend. Second row: Carolyn Mangeng, Gilda Codispoti, Karen Asiiwell, Mary Tatum, Kathy Wells, Carolyn Day. Third row: Sheila Sparks, David Callahan, Chuck Howard, Rudy Segaar, Ken Loustalot. Fourth row: Mike Porvaznik, Nan Hopkinson, Mark Whitenton, David Brooks. Fifth row: Greg Thomas, Phil Bobel. Page 105 First row: Diane Walker, Karel Smith, Bonnie Stahl, Linda Huff, Nancy Keller, Janet Lemmer, Kathy Briner, Michele Cayot, Gina Cox, Rocky Randolph. Second row: Lisa Courtis, Micki Behrend, Barbara Male, Carolyn Day, Evy Neuhut, Camie Lawry, Mary Stickley, Nancy Stevenson, Secretary. Third row: Susan Owens, Judy Anderson, Cheryl Howard, Kathleen Blake, Treasurer; Sandie Didawick, Manuela Poggi, Regina DeLauder, Mary LeDane, Carolyn Mangeng. Fourth row: Bill Morris, Greg Thomas, Ray Converse, David Kintsfather, Mills Bell, Ed Martin, Mary Stites, Linda Kvam, Ann Simpson. Fifth row: Jeri Chewning, David Callahan, Vice-President; Gary Young, Mark Wiiitenton, President; Bill Maschal, Chaplain; Ken Loustalot, Alan Henry. National Honor Society Builds Citizens The National Honor Society this year ex¬ tended its activities to include a program of greater service and scholarship. It recognized those who had attained a high degree of scholas¬ tic success through Letters of Commendation, and it raised money for a scholarship which was presented at the Awards Assembly. Another serv¬ ice offered was tutoring for students wishing to change “F’s” to “AY A “Thought for the Week” program was initiated—each week a new motto or famous quotation was announced and posted on the bulletin board. Two inductions, one in the fall, the other in the spring, were held. One of the chapter’s main goals was realized this year—the organization of a district level of the National Honor Society. All schools in the area sent three representatives and a sponsor to the first district meeting which was held in Fred¬ ericksburg in March. Page 106 Tutoring —a service of the Honor Society New members take part in the fall induction. The fall induction of the National Honor Society was held in December in the school auditorium. Speeches were given on the four principles of the Honor Society—Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Service. Twenty-eight members were inducted in the traditional can¬ dlelight ceremony. President Mark Whiteuton addresses the student body. Page 107 Junior National Honor Society First row: Gary Bledsoe, Annette Toton, Judy Samuelson, Jane Walker, Nancy Hamlin, Jeanette Arnold, Carol La wall. Second row: Mike Senite, Janet Johnson, Melanie Marcus, J oyce Piccioni, Joanne Todd, Betsy Garrison, Mary Bucking¬ ham, Karen Hunsberger. Third row: Bob Kackley, Pat Turner, Rob Meadows, Gary Shelley, Bob Blake. Fourth row: Bill Miller, Joe Mondichak, Arthur Poling, Lytle Buckingham, Bill Evans, Jim Davidson, Ed Pauly. Fifth row: Arthur Ben¬ nett, Chuck Howard, Fred Fravel, Ken Bryntel, Pete Oakley, Phil Gieseler, Tim Arnold, Gary Behrend. Quill and Scroll Honor Society Seated: Mrs. Anderson, Cheryl Howard, Linda Kvam, Barbara Male, Micki Behrend. Standing: Sharon Hunter, Ann Simpson, Sheila Sparks, Francia Reed, Janet Hess, Alice Hailman, Ron Pemstein, Mike Hill. Jm k Page 108 Societe Honoraire de Francais First row: Evy Neuhut, Marlene Werner, Nancy Keller, Michele Cayot, Gina Cox, Kathy Briner. Second row: Lisa Courtis, Janet Nolan, Dorothy O’Neal, Carolyn Hart, Mary LeDane, Kathy McConnell. Third row: Carolyn Day, Mary Stites, Cindy Cohen, Rudy Segaar, Bob Bowman. Fourth row: Nancy Stevenson, Regina DeLauder, Judy Anderson, Linda Kvam, Saralee Goldfein, Ann Simpson. National Thespian Honor Society First row: Meddie Martin, Martha Gailliot, Sharon Hunter, Kathy Briner, Leann Heath, Gay Haynes, Merl Greenberg. Second row: Mrs. Francine Ogilvie, Larry Sampson. Third row: Jim Toth, John Pifer, Richard Fox, Bob West, Ken Lou- stalot, Eddie Martin, Ray Converse. Page 109 65 Jaguar Staff Keeps School Record Seated: Kathy Wells, Sandie Didawick, Jane Andruska, Gilda Codispoti, Susan Benoski, Bonnie Stahl. Standing: Phil Bobel, Bob Clark, Karen Ashwell, Pam Heishman, Karel Smith, Bill Klein. Miss Maupin Francia Reed Advisoi Editor Page 1 1 0 GENERAL STAFF Seated: Kathi Ludlow, Christy Wright, Nancy Stevenson, Linda Huff, Mary Stickley. Standing: Sonny Hood, Frank Maffett, Marcia Smith, Robert Leeper, Sara Gieseler, Linda Hayes, Nancy Burney. With the opening of school, immediate work began on the new ’65 Jaguar. The yearbook staff—industrious and enthusiastic—was always ready with interesting ideas. Cooperation, the keyword of the staff, was a necessary element in all tasks performed, in¬ cluding keeping accounts, arranging layouts, and writing copy. Many people were important in carrying to completion these varied concerns. Providing a yearbook which preserved the many events of the year was the aim of the ’65 Jaguar Staff. Gild a Codispoti, Kathi Ludlow, and Bonnie Stahl inves¬ tigate the new electric typewriter purchased by the Yearbook. Page 1 1 1 Jaguar Journal EDITORS Seated: Sheila Sparks, Third Page Editor; Cheryl Howard, First Page Editor; Barbara Male, Second Page Editor. Standing: Janet Hess, Assistant Editor-in-Chief; John Heerlein, Fourth Page Editor. F. C. H. S. is ... . A new look for the Jaguar Journal was ac¬ complished this year by a change in printing and size of the paper. In addition to this change in appearance, the staff strived to more effectively meet the needs of the stude nts by covering all phases of school life as well as significant com¬ munity developments. Student opinions were aired in columns, polls, and letters to the editor. Interested in evaluating and improving the newspaper, the staff joined several press associa¬ tions and submitted the Journal to critical serv¬ ices. The paper received first place ratings in the Southern Interscholastic Press Association, the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, and the Quill and Scroll newspaper service. Delegates attended a press clinic sponsored by the Rich¬ mond Newspapers, Inc., a photography clinic, and the Southern Interscholastic Press Associa¬ tion Convention. Page 1 1 2 Mrs. Judy Anderson Advisor First row: Linda Morrell, Alice Hailman, Marian Owens. Second row: Greg Ballard, Ron Pemstein, Jack Fitzsimmons, John Prichard. an informed student body Paw Print Staff GENERAL STAFF First row: Saralee Goldfein, Alice Shewmaker, Carol Lawall, Claudia Bennett, Barbara Smith, Diane Dressler, Michele Cayot, Kathy Briner, Judy Johnson, Jeannette Arnold, Judy Powers. Second row : Nancy Stevenson, Linda Huff, Carolyn Day, Janet Lemmer, Karen Zavinsky, Linda Buddenhagen, Barbara Male, Sue Anderson, Dottie Mount joy, Ginny Fisher. Third row: Sandra Stickley, Pat Dietrich, Pam Curry, Carol Radcliffe, Janet Nolan, Melanie Sirpis, Evy Neuhut, Janet Guirkin, Cindy Cohen. Fourth row: Cheryl Howard, Jane An druska, Patricia Turner, Nan Hopkinson, Terry Sandeen. Miss Joanne May Advisor Paw Print, the fine arts magazine, with two issues a year, is the one school publication which offers a medium of expression for students with literary ability, and those with artistic talent. Paw Print is produced solely through the efforts of the students of Falls Church High School. The various staffs judge all contributions, prepare the magazine with the advice and aid of Miss Joanne May, the faculty advisor. The funds needed to print Paw Print are obtained from morning doughnut sales and the circulation of the maga¬ zine itself. Page 1 14 Artistic Expression Kathy Wells intently reads the latest edition of Paw Print. Editors Seated : Kathy Wells, Dim Harris, Ann Simpson, Patty Meyer. Standing : Ann Garvin, Janet Hess, Peggy Pillar. Page 1 1 5 American Field Service First row: Judy Johnson, Sara Gieseler, Marty Gailliot, Marian Owens. Second row: Mary Stites, Harriet Hoffman, Carol Randall, Kathi Ludlow. Third row: Lisa Courtis, Mary Lou Kelley, Saralee Goldfein, Regina DeLauder. Fourth row: Karel Smith, Linda Bush, Janet Holmaas, Nan Hopkinson. Fifth row: Marilyn Belknap, Maxine Hart, Kathleen Blake. Sixth row: Caroline Hart, Kathy Briner, Betii Goodman. Seventh row: Manuela Poggi, Janet Lemmer, Evy Neuhut, Jane Bryson. Eighth row: Ken Loustalot, Sara Anthony, Bill Morris, Jim Smith. Page 1 1 6 Promotes Understanding OFFICERS Jane McLaughlin, President; Steve Matthews, Vice-President; Sandie Didawick, Secretary; Karen Mackenzie, Treasurer. MB ill The purpose of AFS is “the furthering of under ' standing and good will among the peoples of the world.” The club carries out this purpose by bringing teenage students from abroad to study in American high schools and to live with American families, and by sending American teenagers abroad to live with foreign families. This service, club has been active at F.C.H.S. for about seven years and has sponsored students from many countries. Money raising projects this year in¬ cluded: selling school-year calendars, hot chocolate at home football games, Christmas cards, and doughnuts. During the year the club also enjoyed several social functions. Among these were visiting with the AFS students in the area, sponsoring the Strawberry Rash Festival, having a progressive dinner, and traveling as a group to local places of interest. On August 15, 1964, Manuela Poggi was greeted at the bus station by her family-to-be and members of the American Field Service Club. Manuela came to Falls Church from Reggio Emilia, Italy, and is living at the home of Sandie Didawick, secretary of the AFS Club. Our vivacious 18-year-old AFS student, who spoke little English last August, is active in the National Honor Society, AFS Club, Latin Club, and Keyettes. She enjoys walking, drawing, and chatting with friends. Manuela, who delights in taking surprise pic¬ tures, says that she finds, “people talk more and are more friendly in the high school.” When she returns to Italy, she will attend a university and pursue a career in teaching. Jane McLaughlin and Manuela Poggi enjoy working together for AFS. Page 1 1 7 The Pep Club First row : Carol Murphy, Saralee Goldfein, Kathy Austin, Jo Worthy, Linda Buddenhagen, Carol Gadd, Linda Walker. Second row: Dottie Mountjoy, Carol Graham, Suzie Davis, Dollie Towsey, Jane Bryson. Third row: Pat DeTemple, Mary Silmak, Kathy Bowman, Barbara Smith, Madeline Miller, Dora Gramling. Fourth row: Jeanette Gooding, Sandy Coney, Chris Mead, Annette Talton, Charlene Got, Linda Griffith. Fifth row: Nancy Hanfield, Sara Anthony, Cindy Orr, Sandy Horn, Marilyn Martin. Sixth row: Joyce Wood, Nan Hopkinson, Charlotte Egnot. Seated: Virginia Litten, Nancy Van Lear, Lyn Leeper, Dora Gramling, Annette Davidson, Linda Davidson, Maijdine Litten. Standing: Dorothy Jackson, Susan Van Lear, Ann O’Hara, Judy Ritchie, Sandra Holmes. Page 1 1 8 Promotes School Spirit More than ever before, the Pep Club has promoted Jaguar spirit throughout Falls Church High School this year. The president, Dorothy Jackson, and the other officers have had many new ideas that were supported by their hard working members. The club has sold tickets and programs, made posters, and decorated goal posts for home football games. The new addition of the Pep Squad, a group of enthusiastic girls, has done much to further this club’s aim—to promote school spirit. Wear¬ ing their green uniforms on Fridays and cheering together at games, the girls boosted the enthusi¬ asm of scheduled sports programs. OFFICERS First row: Judy Johnson, Publicity Manager; Mary LeDane, Treasurer; Nancy Jones, Cor¬ responding Secretary; Glenna Sue Burgess, Vice-President. Second row: Dorothy Jack- son, President; Nancy Jennings, Recording Secretary. Active Pep Club Club members make posters to publicize the games. Pep Club members, Nancy Jone s and Nancy Jennings, sell pom poms at lunch. f CM f i|J Page 1 1 9 Junior Civitan Club First row: Henry Schutz, Skip Dowell, John Kalen, Jack Harvey. Second row: Bob Clark, Bob Jones, Ralph Lorenzo, Johnny Heerlein. Third row: Jerry Roley, Bob Sherman, Jim Mathias, Joe Micale. Fourth row: Bill Yonushonis, Danny Locke, Dave Thomas, Dave Brooks. The Falls Church High School Junior Civi¬ tan Club is a service club devoted to school and community service projects. Its membership consists of some of the most outstanding boys in the school. Each member is selected for his qualities of leadership, citizen¬ ship, and scholarship. The purpose of the Junior Civitans, to build citizens, is achieved through projects in the school and community. The projects of the Junior Civitans are in many fields. To help school spirit, members cleaned up after the football bonfires, presented a victory wreath to the football team before the Homecoming game, and gave the cheerleaders flowers for the Homecoming game. School spon¬ sored activities included a " School Appearance Week” to improve the conditions of the halls and classrooms, co-sponsorship of the Food and Toy Drive, and sponsorship of a " Safe Driving Week” with the co-operation of the S.C.A. For the benefit of the March of Dimes, the Club held a " King Ugly Contest.” After school the Civitans helped out at the Northern Virginia Cerebral Palsy Center. A spring project for the student body was the annual " Swim Fest.” For a year-round project, the club has undertaken the sponsorship of an orphan through the Christ¬ mas Children Relief Fund. Helps the Community First row: Jackie Mitchell, Glen Geuder, Jim Owens, Milt Fall. Second row: Bobby Matthews, Bill Bell, Greg Ballard, Tommy Vorhauer. Third row: Dennis Godfrey, Jim Farrell, Wally Brown. Fourth row: John Yonusiionis, Ronnie Miner, Billy Wells, Johnny Titus, Bruce Boger. First row: Charlie Cook, Sergeant-at-Arms. Second row: Dick Monday, Civitans clean up after bonfire. Treasurer; Jack Von Runnen, Secretary. Third row: John Farrell, President; Paul Kuttler, Vice-President. Page 121 First row: Andy Cazalas. Second row: Harkey Mayo, Bill Wheeler. Third row: Ralph Taylor, Chris White. Fourth row: Rip Ellis, Dennis Crawford. The Key Club has done much this year to help better both the school and the community. The club members, composed of outstanding boys who have qualities in leadership and have scholastic abilities, are chosen from the sopho¬ more, junior, and senior classes. This year the various activities of the club have included cleaning the football field, co¬ sponsoring the Food and Toy Drive, cleaning the school crest, sponsoring the Junior-Senior Bas¬ ketball game, and co-sponsoring Maid and Butler Day. First row: Gary Young, Recording Secretary; Bob Jullien, Treasurer. Second row: Col. Mare, Faculty Sponsor; Jack Tavenner, President; Col. Campbell, Kiwanis President. Third row: Phil Bobel, Corresponding Secretary; Bob Bowman, Vice-President; Ken Soucey, Sergeant-at-Arms. Page 122 First row: Charles Sherin, Tom Reynolds, Joe Stephenson, Rudy Segaar. Second row: David Kintsfather, Rich Alderson, Brian Black, Mark Whitenton. Third row: Tom Bradley, Steve Douglas, Mike McKinley, Pat Klewicki, Ronnie Cothran. Happy Key Clubbers proudly display food and toys that helped them win the drive. Key Club members Bob [allien, Ralph Taylor , and Jack Tavenner converse about their display at Freshman Orientation. Page 123 Seated: Linda Huff, Barbara Ayres, Saralee Goldfein. Second row: Evy Neuhut, Patty Meyer, Gilda Codispoti, Micki Behrend. Third row: Karen Ashwell, Kathy Bowman, Mary Jane Slimak. Fourth row: Judy Anderson, Janet Nolan, Karen Mac¬ kenzie. Fifth row: Ann Garvin, Francia Reed, Glenna Sue Burgess. The Keyette Club, one of the most active clubs in the school, has done much throughout the com¬ munity and school to demonstrate their motto, “We Serve.” A few of their activities have been selling doughnuts for the Peace Corps, helping at the polio center, making cartoon scrapbooks for area hospitals, and giving teas for the patients of Sleepy Hollow Manor Rest Home. The Keyettes also cooperated with the Key Club on several projects. Among them were “trick or treating” for UNICEF, sponsoring Maid and Butler Day for raising cerebral palsy funds, and undertaking a Teachers’ Appreciation Week. Yearly projects included working at the United Cerebral Palsy Center and supporting a Japanese orphan. The service club earned money to support many of these projects by selling hot dogs at football games, checking coats at basketball games, and selling voodoo dolls at the Stuart football game. Bake sales through¬ out the year served to supplement these funds. KEYETTE OFFICERS Jeri Chewning, Vice-President; Linda Hayes, Scrgean t-at-Anns ; Miss Carozza, Sponsor; Ann Simpson, Corresponding Secretary; Miss Elizabeth Wilson, Sponsor; Nancy Keller, President; Kathleen Blake, Chaplain; Nancy Jennings, Recording Secretary; Nancy Stevenson, Treasurer. First row: Jennifer Huseby, Michele Cayot, Gail Lebbon. Second row: Melanie Sirpis, Patty Jaffray, Dotiie Mount joy. Third row: Janet Guirkin, Mary Tatum, Kathy Wells, Dorothy Jackson. Fourth row: Nancy Jones, Nancy Burney, Jane Andruska, Jane McLaughlin. Fifth row: Nan Hopkinson, Mary Stites, Mary Le- Dane, Linda Kvam. Keyerte Club Keyettes repaint the Jaguar on window Decorating the teachers’ lounge—another in main lobby. Keyette project. Page 125 Latin Club First row: Bill Morris, Mary Lou Kelley, Mrs. Romanus, Janet Hess. Second row: Harriet Hoffman, Jonathan Rohr. Third row: Carolyn Day, Sandie Didawick, Sheila Sparks. Fourth row: Glenn Omura, Rob Meadows, Dennis Godfrey. Fifth row: Tom Bradley. German Club First row: Gisela Merz, Greg Thomas. Second row: Rudy Segaar, John Loikow, Larry Sampson. Third row: Carolyn Haack, Mary Alice Healey, Barbara Merz. Fourth row: Bill Masciial, Doug Nelson, Peter Oakley. Fifth row: Joe Mondichak, Wayne Ralston, Boli Cushing. Standing: Kerry Donnell, Bob Summers, Mr. Reitz, Paul Kadel, Bill Dronenburg, David Dressler, Grace Dronenburg. Page 126 French Club First row: Dianne Walker, Cindy Cohen, Michele Cayot. Second row: Anita Kleinfeld, Sue Anderson, Gena Cox, Saralee Goldfein. Third row: Regina DeLauder, Terry Sandeen, Dottie Mountjoy, Sandie Stick- ley. Fourth row: Jim Burdick, John Porter, Lee Anthony. Fifth row: Frank Christopher, Chip Papke. Spanish Club First row: Chris Mead, Madeline Miller, Carolyn Schutz, Mickey Klewicki, Janet Hess, Shirley Sparks, Judy Samuel- son, Judy Fallin. Second row: Bleys Rose, Arthur Bennett, Suzanne Sauveur, Jane Andruska, Glenna Sue Burgess, Steve Carey, Bill Colaianni. Third row: Bob Amme, Mark Goodrick, Dallas Holmes, Francia Reed, Sara Gieseler, Kearney Bennett, Frank Matthews. Page 127 Seated: Joyce Wood, Janet Hess, President ; Mrs. O’Dell. Standing: Mrs. Crum, Frank Matthew, Vallorie Christesson, Lee Corey. The Art Club The enthusiastic Art Club began the ’64-’65 year by decorating the cafeteria to welcome new and old students. To assist the Senior Class, the club provided silk screened cards for the tables at the Homecoming Dance. Activities also in¬ cluded a field trip to New York. The club ended a successful year by sponsor¬ ing the annual Variety Show and the Spring Art Show in order to raise money for their annual scholarship which was awarded to the most de¬ serving senior in the Art Department. Mrs. O’Dell and Mrs. Crum Future Art Club activities. Page 128 Cheerleading Club Kneeling: Kathy Fiormonti, Joan Bryer, Marcia Clark, Lynn Hooper, Bev Mountjoy, Karen Hunsberger, Corresponding Secretary; Edye Stephenson. Standing: Gay Haynes, Pam Moodie, Mickey Klewicki, Barbara Moran, Charine Cirlin, Treasurer; Michele Egnot, Recording Secretary ; Ann Garvin, Vice-President; Pat Dietrich, Laurie Mastenbrook, Historian; Karen Ashwell, President; Pam Huff, Pam Heishman, Linda Huff, Ann Swing. Chess Club Seated: John Bradshaw, Doug Ricks, Mike Thomas. Standing: Bob Rains, Sterling Spencer, David Kintsfather, Robert Amme, Gene Dodson, Laura Crider, Danny Fuson, Bill Dronenburg, Mr. Lewis, Faculty Sponsor. Page 129 Debate Seated: Col. Mare, Ray Converse, Bob Rains, Tim Arnold. Standing: Jonathan Rohr, Ed Pauley, Frankie Carroll, Mark Whitenton. SCHEDULE February 1 Madison February 18 Marshall February 15 McLean February 23 Stuart March 1 Wakefield March 8 Washington-Lee March 15 Yorktown March 29 Fairfax Page 130 Club Debating requires the skills of logic, research, organization, oratory, quick mental recall, and the ability to think under great pressure. A debater must be dedicated and hard-working. Each year a national topic is chosen for all high school teams in the league to debate. This year the topic was — Resolved: That nuclear weapons should be controlled by an international organization. The Varsity teams included: Affirm¬ ative: Ray Converse and Jonathan Rohr; Nega¬ tive: Bob Rains and Edward Pauley. Junior Vars¬ ity debaters were: Affirmative: Frank Carroll and Mark Whitenton; Negative: Bob Blake and Tim Arnold. The Affirmative teams are required to present a plan to fulfill the terms of the topic. The Negative refutes the plan and states that the status quo is a better solution to the problem. Although this year’s teams were hampered by inexperience, Col. Marc, the debate coach, be¬ lieves that with the experience gained, next year’s teams will reach former high standards for Falls Church debaters. Bob Rains and Ed Pauley prepare for an upcoming debate. Page 131 Future Business Leaders of America First row: Miss McClellan, Linda Dellacasa, Linda Burrell, Nancy Groves, Judy Trenary, Sandy Haese, Miss Spitzer. Second row: Miss Estes, Betty Marteness, Armentia Wall, Priscilla Southerly ' , Regina Hicks, Nora Gramling, Linda Bibb, Bonnie Siiannaiian, Linda Williams, Janet Amole, Patricia Cragle, Carol Murphy. Future Homemakers of America First row: Mary Alice IIealy, Karen Gerber, Carolyn Halko, Martha Bradshaw, Pat Sheldon, Linda Dellacasa, Val- lorie Christesson. Second row: Miss Gil, Sandy Holmes, Secretary; Dolly ' Towsey, Historian ; Diana Curtis, President; Carol Murphy, Vice-President; Mary Penna, Reporter ; Sharon Poss, Treasurer ; Mrs. Marsh. Third row: Susan Atwater, Marsha Grim, Jeannie Stapleton, Judy Johnston, Susan McClanahan, Jill Patterson. Page 132 Future Teachers of America Seated: Pat Kelly, Carol Lawall, Judy Johnson, Peggy Cragle, Dl ne Stuart, Karen Kirby, Francia Reed. Standing: John McConnell, Sandy Barton, Susan Miller, Rob Meadows, Brian Black, Anita Ferrone, Susan Sparks, Karel Smith, Dar¬ lene Godlove. The Future Teachers Club of Falls Church High is a dedicated organization of students who are interested in the challenging career of teach¬ ing. Whether attending the annual F.T.A. con¬ vention held in Richmond, observing at neigh¬ boring schools and colleges, or having fun par¬ ticipating in one of a variety of projects spon¬ sored by the club, these students gain insight and understanding of the teaching profession. OFFICERS Karen IIunsberger, Secretary; Diana Curtis, Reporter; Linda Ferrone, President; Miss Grayson, Sponsor; Linda illiams, Vice-President; Carol Moore, Treasurer. Page 133 Ice Skating Club First row: Linda Bush, Janet Holmaas, Marilyn Belknap, Sheila Riffle, Betty Marteness, Linda Dellacasa, Maxine Hart. Second row: Miss Weisgerber, Faculty Sponsor; Judy Johnson, Patty Slimak, Virginia Leffas, Betty Burroway, Tina Oehser, Barbara Merz, Gizela Merz, Sue Sparks, Dee Stuart. Third row: Sharon Jeglum, Lary Braun, Meddy Martin, Marty Galliot, Joann Todd, Laura Crider, Linda Long. The Ice Skating Club, a peppy and enthusias¬ tic group, has been in existence at Falls Church for three years. Members promote an interest in ice skating and each Saturday night they attend skating sessions at the Village House Ice Skating Rink. The skating season lasts from October to March. Seated: Anita Ferrone, Secretary; John McConnell, Chris Meade, Treasurers. Standing: David Kintsfather, President; Neil Sommer- feldt, Committee Chairman; Jeffrey Derrou, Vice President. Page 134 Monogram Club First row: Mary LeDane, Saralee Goldfein, Karen Mackenzie, Nan IIopkinson, Ginny Fisher, Patty Benedict. Second row: Margie Gifford, Ann DuVon, Betty Marteness, Barbara Knight, Barbara Ayres. Third row: Linda Dellacasa, Adrian Jackson, Carol Moore, Chris Andrews, Margie Stacks. Press Bureau Seated: Mrs. Anderson, Sheila Sparks, Cheryl Howard, Janet Hess. Standing Melanie Marcus, Judy Samuelson, Sara Stiff, Beth Hayes, Linda Morrell. Page 135 °mrn Red Cross Club Seated: Kathy Blake, Carolyn Day, Margo Hixon. Standing : Sherry Olson, Janice Pell, Jim Smith, Karel Smith. Science Club Page 136 First row : Dale Page, Chuck Howard, Frank Carroll, Keith Brescia, Tim Arnold. Second row : Bill Morris, Gary Sey¬ mour, Gil Jullien, Bob Raines, Phil Gieseler. Third row: Dallas Holmes, Bob Blake, Rod Manganello, Richard Alsager, Doug Ricks, Joe Mondiciiak, Bob Cushing. Student Staff Seated: Francia Reed, Pat Dietrich, Mary Stites, Dottie Mountjoy, Janet Hess. Standing: Alan Henry, John Farrell, Andy Cazalas. Youth for Christ Club First row: Danny Lipp, Mary Jane Slimak, Gail Poe, Marie Attiliis, Jack Brandt. Second row: Ed Nestor, Kathy Bowman, Bonnie Nestor, Penny Ross, Diana Ferrone. Third row: Priscilla Southerly, Donna Gribbin, Carol Graham, Suzy Davis, Anita Ferrone, Carmolyn Miller. Fourth row: Mike Blum, Jo Ann Todd, Patty Slimak, Patty Edison, Donna IIunsburger, Jim Warner, Michael Korbe, Bill Herbert, Rob Meadows. Page 137 Distributive Education Club First row: Mrs. Wilson, Sponsor; Margaret Bickham. Second row: Pirkko Greenrose, Becky Hendrick, Lynn Bickham. Third row: Donna Gray, Thomas Irving, Pam Saylor. Fourth row: Jerry Coffey, Bill Daniels, Doug Boger. Diversified Occupations Club First row: Barbara Crown, Donna McGowan, Blythe Hanna. Second row: Thomas Dunphy, Lawrence Embrey, David Gil¬ lespie, I 1 red r I hompson, Thomas Sharpe, Mr. McQuain, Sponsor. Third row: John McPherson, Bob Castle, Bill Carey, Sammy Mills, Don Kinder, Rick Stanton. Fourth row: Jim Holzier, John Lucas, Jim Clarke, Jim Farmer, John Frye, Gary Hullfisii, John Clark, Mark Reingruber. Page 138 Inter-Club Council First row: Carolyn Haack, Dorothy Jackson, Kathy Briner, Janet Hess, Margie Gifford, Nancy Keller. Second row: Di¬ ana Curtis, Jane McLaughlin, Karen Ashwell, Jane Andrus ka, Linda Kvam, Carolyn Mangeng, Carolyn Day, Sheila Sparks, Lisa Courtis. Third row: Gary Chewning, Dave Callahan, Bob Blake, Chuck Howard, David Kintsfather. Fourth row: Bill Morris, Linda Ferrone, Bob Bowman, Jack Tavenner, Greg Thomas, Pat Klewicki, Mark Whitenton. The Inter-club Council was composed of the president of each of the clubs and societies at Falls Church High School. This newly formed organization co-ordinated the activities of the various clubs, acted as a liaison between the clubs and the administration, and placed all ac¬ tivities on the school calendar. A major project of the Inter-club Council this year was the food and toy drive. The campaign was the most successful in the history of the school and set a new Northern Virginia record for the amount of food and the number of toys contributed. Mr. Todd and Jack Tavenner survey the vast collection of food and toys which were gathered with the help of the entire student body. Page 139 Seated: Judy Johnson, Kathleen Blake, Patty Jaffrey, Jane McLaughlin, Bonnie Stahl, Susie Owens, Cindy Cohen, Nancy Stevenson, Harriet Hoffman. Standing: John Loughton, John Judd, Tommy Vorhauer, Ken Loustalot, Mike Blum, Steve Matthews, Mary Jane Slimak, Sara Gieseler, Diana Ferrone. Madrigals The Madrigal singers were composed of nineteen members who had had a year or more of musical experience and education. Before the Christmas holidays, the Madrigals in¬ dustriously collected for the Food and Toy Drive, claiming fourth place in the drive of all school clubs. Their other activities included singing at the Sal¬ vation Army and Cerebral Palsy centers, performing in the annual Christmas and Spring concerts, and also for various church and civic organizations. “Practice makes perfect ” for Falls Church High Madrigals. Page 140 Concert Choir First row : Carolyn Schutz, Karen Zavinsky, Bonnie Simmons, Carolyn Day, Pat Dietrich. Second row: Paulette Daniels, Pam Moncure, Steve Price, Gail Lebbon, Kathy Bowman. Third row: Bobby Blake, Rex Parr, Gordon Ritter, Adrienne Lipski, Sandy Barton, Cathy Stange. Fourth row: Betty Jean Jenkins, Janet Nolan, Peggy Pillar, Pat Cooper, Vivian Warren, Lois Perfetti. Freshman Chorus First row: Debbie IIunsberger, Carol Gadd, Debbie Greenfield, Carol Sahrow, Debra Horning, Sue Hedgepeth, Ann Lily, Jeannette Dronenburg, Betsy Garrison. Second row: Mark Schleifstein, Patty Post, Linda Hendrick, Linda Bisson, Dar¬ lene Godlove, Barbara Davis, Martha Hoffman, Grace Dronenburg, George Staples. Third row: Anita Ferrone, Jo Anne Bryer, Michele Egnot, Helen Turner, Francine Schaffer, Laura Crider, Marlene Toward, Jo Anne Todd, Lester Wil¬ liams, Dave McDonald, Claus Moltke-Hoff. Fourth row: Angela Leavitt, Joe Hare, Karen Merritt, Belinda Gowin, Patsy Hamm, Susan Davis, Carol Thomas, Karen Barrus, Sherry Ball, Mary Fletcher, Marilyn Talmidge, Linda Brightly, Mike Calhoun. Concert First row: Judy Anderson, David Cary, David Weinburger, Geoffrey Grosvenor. Second row: Nancy Jennings, Robert Rentz, Marilyn Belknap, Elaine Wehle, Terry Sheetz, Roger Ashford, Claudia Moore, Carol La wall, Ron Erler. Third row: Elaine Stuckey, Kay Johnston, Sandy Anderson, Donald Morris, Maudene Litten, Doug Maher, Neil Sommer- feldt, Joel Burnham, Bill Tarangelo, Karen Lynch, Sherry Cornwall, Kevin Bell, Wade Cole, Paul Kadel. Fourth row: John Wright, Virginia Litten, Eddie Nestor, Carveth Gooch, Tom Lavis, Kirk Wehle. Fifth row : George Reedy, Steven Smith, Jack Breyer, Bob Bowman, Bill Maschal, Ronnie Miner, Ted Province, Lisa Courtis, Gary Behrend, Carolyn Haack, Mike Corby, Greg Patton. Many activities of the band began before school opened in the fall. Concert and marching rehearsals were scheduled before the members went to Orkney Springs Band camp in August. The precision routines were a special part of the pre-game and half-time shows during the foot¬ ball season. During Halloween weekend the band used one of the routines in the Vienna Chamber of Commerce Parade and won three first place awards. Other activities throughout the year included the annual candy sale and the district festival. Page 142 Band First row: Jo Worthy, Maureen Grabill, Lyn Leeper, Arthur Poling. Second row: Carol Moore, Neal Cunningham, Mike Zavinsky, Diana Anderson, Chip Bely ' ea, Peggy Clarke, Keith Brescia. Third row: Chris Wright, John Pifer, Richard Bates, Bob Clark, Doug Martin, Sidney Friend, Bob Meadows, Bob Evans, Bill Klein, Dorsey Worthy, Bruce Zeiger, Mills Bell, Harkey Mayo. Fourth row: Ed Thorpe, Larry Jones, Larry Honey, Luther Jones, Danny Lipp, Dave Barrick, Harris McGarrah, Dennis Crawford, Craig Findley, Bill Heyde, Jim Cockerile, John Pageant, Pat Brescia, Greg Thomas, Bob Leeper, Bill Wheeler, Chris Botos. Fifth row: Eddie Albrecht, Dan McCarthy, Lewis Gallahan, Larry Cornwall, Dan Thomas. All-State Band Mr. Lunsford Band Director • JK:, ' Hfe ■m mj mbt wk SwM Iflaal " SlPw Mm JPSP ■ !: V (M mm H.L ' First row: Bruce Zeiger, Harkey Mayo, Dorsey Worthy. Second row: Gary Behrend, Elaine Stuckey, Judy Anderson, Carolyn PIaack, Chris Botos, Keith Brescia. p,, 143 MARCHING 7 m ' aS : COLOR GUARD Bob Bowman Maureen Babbish, Gloria Wood, Joyce Piccione, Sue Smith. Drum Major Page 144 BAND MAJORETTES Bobbie Lawrence, Nancy Jones, Barbara Bobby, Judy Tate, Dolly Towsey. Page 145 First row : Jim Akers, Ray Converse, Jim Toth, Karen Ashwell, Eddie Martin, Andy Holmaas, Ken Loustalot, John Judd, Merle Greenberg, Frankie Carroll, Billy Morris, Anita Kleinfeld, Dave Martin, Ricky Darrickson. Top: John Pifer. “Arsenic and Old Lace” Doctor Einstein hides the evidence in the window seat. Page 146 ' Elaine Harper struggles with Jonathan Brewster and Doctor Einstein. “I’m Teddy Roosevelt,” says John Piter alias Teddy Brewster. The Drama Department opened its season in November with the presentation of “Arsenic and Old Lace.” The cast included veteran actors Eddie Martin, Merle Greenberg, Anita Kleinfeld and Ken Loustalot. Anita Kleinfeld, a junior, has participated in all major drama productions since coming to Falls Church. A fine cast and crew made this production one of the most successful shows of the year, playing to a near full house each night. CAST Abby Brewster . Rev. Harper. Teddy Brewster . Officer Brophy. Officer Klein . Martha Brewster . Elaine Harper. Mortimer Brewster . Mr. Gibbs . Jonathan Brewster . Dr. Einstein. . . . Officer O’Hara . Lieutenant Rooney. Mr. Witherspoon . Merle Greenberg .Jim Toth .John Pifer .John Judd . . Andy Holmaas Anita Kleinfeld . Karen Ashwell . . Eddie Martin Frankie Carroll . Ken Loustalot ... .Dave Martin .Jim Akers . . Ray Converse .Bill Morris Page 147 “Balcony Scene” “Balcony Scene " was the selection of the Drama Department as this year ' s one-act play. On March 9, the play was presented to the stu¬ dent body. “Balcony Scene " was then entered in the One-Act District Contest on March 13, 1965. A rating of “excellent” was received. Robert Templin Claire . Friend . Gangster . Husband . Wife. Mother . Daughter. .... Eddie Martin . . Meddy Martin .. . Ken Loustalot .John Judd .Jim Toth . Gini Gustafson Merle Greenberg . Karen Ashwell “You have headaches at the most convenient times, Mother.” “We’re going on a long journey, ain’t we?” Page 148 ‘Our Town” On May 7 and 8, the Drama Department presented their spring play. Thorton Wilder ' s " Our Town”, a unique play using no scenery and a small amount of stage properties, was per¬ formed admirably by the cast. Ronnie Miner, Eddie Martin, and Meddy Martin rehearse a scene from “Our Town. " First row: Ken Loustalot, Mr. Webb; Jane McLaughlin, Choral Director ; Eddie Martin, Stage Manager; Bill Morris, Simon Stimson; Meddy Martin, Emily Webb; Dick Traynham, Joe Stoddard; John McConnell, Wally Webb; Ricky Derrickson, First Dead Man; John Judd, Doc. Gibbs; Mrs. Ogilvie. Second row: Jim Toth, Howie Newsome; Duane Nystrom, Baseball Player ; Steve Carey, Constable Warren; Marty Gailliot, First Dead Woman; Ronnie Miner, George Gibbs. Third row: Jim Akers, Si Crowell; Sandy Robey, Mrs. Soames; Mike Lewis, Assistant Stage Manager. Not pictured: Beth Goodman, Rebecca Gibbs; Merle Greenberg, Mrs. Webb; Jim Parr, Professor Willard and Farmer McCarthy; Andy Holmaas, Sam Craig. Page 149 First row: Earl Harrington, Richard Alderson, Bill Yonushonis, Jack Tavenner, Charlie Thompson. Second row: Ken Soucy, Skip Dowell, Dan Abrams, Chip Papke, Garner Stalling, Wally Brown. Third row: Dan Bowes, Jim Owens, Milt Fall, Bill Bell, Ken Cosimano, Ron Miner. Not Pictured: Dallas Holmes. Varsity The Jaguar football team featured a new look in their ’64 campaign. The loss of last year’s coaches to Jefferson High called for a complete change in the coaching staff. Coach Sell and his staff brought about a new spirit in the team and the school. However, costly mistakes and a rash of injuries to key players cost the Jaguars a pos¬ sible winning season. At McLean, the Jags picked up their first league victory in two years. In the final game of the season, a penalty called back a touchdown that could have meant victory for Falls Church. Outstanding offensive players for the season were John Farrell, Bill Bell, Gary Young, Dick Monday, and Ken Soucy. The defensive squad boasted the third best pass defense in the league. Outstanding players were Henry Schutz, Dan Abrams, and Charlie Thompson. Co-captains John Farrell and Paul Kuttler. Page 152 First row: George Marcey, Rex Parr, Charles Hershey, Greg Philbrick, John Farrell. Second row: Bob Matthews, Andy Cazalas, Gary Young, Gary Griffenhagen, Henry Schutz. Third row: Dick Monday, Greg Ballard, Hal Pavel, Bill Hughes, John Yonushonis, Rip Ellis. Football Falls Church Opponents 0 J.E.B. Stuart 12 19 George Mason 13 6 Annandale 22 20 McLean 13 0 Marshall 35 6 Mt. Vernon 19 0 Fairfax 12 20 Lee 40 13 Madison 15 13 Woodson 14 Coaches Mr. Larsen, Mr. Mandes, Mr. Anderlick, and Mr. Sell. Page 153 The Jaguar defense closes in on a Yorktown halfback in a pre-season scrimmage. Paul Krause of the Washington Redskins awards He nr} ' Schutz with the Lineman of the Year trophy. Charlie Thompson attempts to block an extra point in the Stuart game. Page 154 Coach Sell sends in a player at Woodson. Dan Abrams intercepts a pass against Stuart. Page 155 “fust try it,” answer the Jaguar cheerleaders to their opponents’ challenge. Cheerleaders Pam Heishman, Karen Ashwell, and Linda Huff would rather fight than switch. Cheryl Williams, Pam Moodie, Charine Cirlin, Pat Dietrich, Linda Huff. V arsity Cheerleaders encourage the students to show their school spirit at the Stuart game. Page 156 Karen Ashwell, Ann Garvin, Mickey Klewicki, Pam Heishman, Gay Haynes. Cheerleaders Varsity cheerleaders offer their traditional prayer before each game. Co-Captain Linda Huff and Captain Karen Ashwell lead a cheer for victory. The first touchdown of the game sparks enthusiasm among the cheerleaders. Page 157 Bnice Wright shoots from the side. Charlie Thompson scores on a fast break against the Raiders of f.E.B. Stuart. Mike McKinley scores on one of his shots under the boards. FALLS CHURCH OPPONENTS 62 George Mason 34 69 Fairfax 45 67 McLean 79 55 Annandale 57 61 Lee 66 57 Marshall 55 61 Woodson 68 52 Wakefield 69 69 Madison 42 74 Fort Hunt 57 37 Washington Lee 59 48 Hammond 63 55 Groveton 64 57 Stuart 58 59 Edison 75 57 Mt. Vernon 44 39 George Washington 66 38 Yorktown 43 Page 158 Left to right: Don McCool, Coach; Charlie Thompson, Captain; John Heerlein, Jack Harvey, Tom Bradley, Rip Ellis, Bob Bowman, Steve Douglas, Mike McKinley, Captain ; Bruce Wright, Jack VonRunnen, Gary Young, Larry Brooks, Rich Mabry, Manager; Bill Hughes, Not Pictured. Basketball Coach Don McCool, stressing defense and hustle, pushed the 1964-65 Jaguars off to a quick start by winning the first two games by over twenty points. The Jags were involved in two games that were decided by overtime periods. The Jaguars lost the Annandale game in the closing seconds of the second over-time period, but took revenge against the Statesmen of Marshall when Tom Bradley sank a driving lay-up in the last seconds of overtime period. In the Stuart game, a last-second shot by Raiders beat the Jags by one point. Against Wakefield and Hammond, two of the top teams in the league, the Jaguars were leading until a late press broke their offensive drive. Toward mid-season, the Jaguars lost Bill Hughes, one of the strongest scorers and re¬ bounders on the team. Tom Bradley had the best field goal precent- age with forty-eight percent. Mike McKinley led the Jaguars in scoring with a 19.9 average, the second best in the league. Mike also made the second team of All-Northern Virginia. Page 159 Steve Douglas scores on one of his two free throws in the J.E.B. Stuart game. Mike McKinley breaks school record against McLean. Gary Young and Jack VonRunnen go in for the press. Page 160 The reserves look on anxiously while waiting for their turn. Page 161 Varsity Wrestlin First row: Ray Lacy, Tom Reynolds, Craig Burnham, Ralph Lorenzo, Joe Micale Second row: Coach Besnier, David Cal¬ lahan, Dave Thomas, Dennis Godfrey, Charlie Sherin, Bill Yonushonis, Tony Christ, Ross Smith, John Farrell, Paul Kuttler, Norman Canfield, John Yonushonis, Tony Bowen, Manager. Of the athletic teams at Falls Church High School, Varsity Wrestling compiled one of the top records. The Varsity Wrestling Squad pulled two major routs during the season, holding Osbourn to three points and McLean to two points. The squad had many fine wrestlers who con¬ tributed to a 10-3 record. In the statistic department, the two co-captains, John Farrell and Craig Burnham, led the squad with the fastest falls, 45 seconds each. Dave Thomas and Dennis Godfrey tied for the season total of pins, earning 5 each. Dave Thomas also led the squad in takedowns and reversals. The escape artist of the squad was Ralph Lorenzo. Falls Church had six boys place in the top four of the individual weight classes in the Northern Virginia Wrest¬ ling Tournament. John Farrell and Tom Reynolds placed fourth, Dennis Godfrey and Ralph Lorenzo placed third, and Dave Thomas and Craig Burnham won Northern Vir¬ ginia Championships. In this tournament, Falls Church placed third with 59 points. These six boys represented Falls Church at the State Wrestling tournament at Norfolk, where they placed fourth with 29 points—higher than any other Northern Virginia squad. At the state tournament Dave Thomas was runner-up in the 133 pound division, while Craig Burnham won the 112 pound State Champion¬ ship. This is the first year Falls Church has had any wrest¬ lers win a state title or even qualify for the finals. Four of the members of the squad compiled fine records this year. Dennis Godfrey and Craig Burnham were unde¬ feated, while John Farrell and Dave Thomas posted records of thirteen wins and no losses. Craig has not lost in North¬ ern Virginia in the past two years, remaining undefeated for 25 consecutive matches. Although Falls Church is losing many seniors, the prospect for a fine season next year is anticipated. Page 162 Dave Thomas shows his pinning form with this second period fall. Dave Callahan uses his head to drive his Wakefield opponent down on the mat. Falls Church Opponent 43 Osbourn 3 34 Hammond 8 23 Yorktown 24 31 Marshall 13 34 Springfield 18 23 Mt. Vernon 16 35 Lee 11 31 Groveton 9 49 McLean 2 19 Wakefield 22 17 Stuart 21 TRIANGULAR MEET 45 Fairfax 28 Edison 17 Co-Captain John Farrell, Coach Besnier, and Co-Captain Craig Burnham. Page 163 Dennis Godfrey works hard to reverse his opponent from Fairfax in the second annual triangular meet. Paul Kuttler builds up riding time. Coach Besnier chats with the senior members of the wrestling squad. Page 164 John Farrell works on his opponents by con¬ trolling the legs during this match at Wakefield. Craig Burnham displays the art of controlling his opponents legs, which helped on his drive to a state championship. Tom Reynolds, Craig Burnham, Ralph Lo¬ renzo, Dave Thomas, Dennis Godfrey, and John Farrell represented Falls Church in the state wrestling tournament in Norfolk. Of the six representatives, Dave Thomas and Craig Burnham were the first two students to get to the state finals. Craig Burnham won the championship in 112 pound class and Dave Thomas was runner-up in the 133 pound class. Page 165 PITCHING STAFF Dan Abrams Joe D’Isidoro Tom Bradley Rip Ellis Dennis Crawford Don Huycke Jack Tavenner April 2 Marshall A April 6 Annandale H April 9 Jefferson A April 13 McLean H April 16 Madison A April 23 Woodson A April 24 Fairfax H April 27 W L A April 30 Yorktown H May 4 Marshall H May 7 Annandale A May 8 Jefferson H May 11 McLean A May 14 Madison H May 15 Fairfax A May 18 Woodson H May 21 W L H May 22 Yorktown A Co-captains Tom Bradley and Jack Tavenner INFIELDERS Gary Young Richard Alderson Milt Fall Jack Harvey Bruce Boger Page 166 Jack Harvey puts the tag on Richard Alderson in a dummy run-down. Coach Larsen ■ OUTFIELDERS Sonny Hood Jack Watkins Wally Brown Steve Parks Pat Klewicki I « -; ' ••• ' , ' fv Si r ih ' j. ; i V _ . w 1 Varsity Baseball Rated highly by new coach Dale Larsen, the 1965 Varsity squad had ten returning lettermen to form the backbone of the team. Two of the returnees, first base¬ man Milt Fall, and pitcher Tom Bradley, were mem¬ bers of the 1964 All-Northern Virginia Squad. This year the Jags were placed in the Northern District, as the original district split in two, along with nine other teams, four of which made last year’s eight-team tournament. Last year’s Jaguar team com¬ piled a 12-6 record and placed fifth in the league. Pat Klewicki and Jack Harvey were the best defen¬ sive men on the squad, as Milt Fall, Steve Parks, and Sonny Hood were expected to be the best hitters on the team. This year’s captains were Tom Bradley and Jack Tavenner. Due to the large concentration of upperclassmen on the squad, a fine season was expected. Page 167 First row: Bill Bell, Rudy Segaar, John Kalen, Jim Mathias, Carl Micale. Second row: Coach Garhart, Mark Guenther, Ed Hruneni, Mostyn Jones, Alan Pierce, Dan Bowes, Gary Rohrbaugh. Third r ow: Ken Soucy, Jim Tharpe, Gary John¬ ston, Harris McGarrah, Steve Kennedy, Chuck Howard. Fourth row: Dan Addison, John Porter, Gilbert Morrison, Jay Douglas, Rex Parr, Don Hixson, Bill Hughes. Fifth row: Coach Sell, Steve Olwiany, Jim Owens, John Yonushonis, Henry Schutz, Ken Bruntel. Track Varsity Trackmen got off to a fine start in the 1965 season. In the first week of competition the Jaguars took fifth place in the Fairfax County Relays. In the first dual meet of the season the Jaguars swamped Madison 78-43, with the squad composed mainly of sophomores and juniors and a few seniors. In the running events, the Jaguars were led by Mostyn Jones and Jim Mathias, while Bill Hughes and Bill Bell led the squad in field events. This year’s squad is young, but building for a bright future. March 27 Fairfax County Relays Marshall March 31 Madison Home April 3 G. W. Relays G. W. April 7 Fairfax Home April 10 Marshall Away April 14 McLean Away April 16 Lee-Annandale Lee April 21 Lee Home April 24 Wakefield Invitation Wakefield April 28 Mt, Vernon Home May 1 Fairfax Co. Meet Woodson May 8 No. Va. Meet McLean May 15 Va. State Meet Page 168 Bill Bell throws the discus at meet with Madison. Henry Schutz puts the shot in warm-up for a dual meet. John Kalen clears the bar at meet with Madison. Page 169 Kneeling: Mostyn Jones, Allen Pierce, Jim Mathias. Standing: Ed Hruneni, Phil Williams, Carl Micale, John Raines, Rudy Segaar, Coach Garhart. Cross Country Sept. 25 George Washington Away Oct. 2 Hammond-Marshall Hammond Oct. 6 Washington Lee Away Oct. 13 Annandale Home Oct. 17 Wakefield Invitational Oct. 20 Y orkto wn-F airf ax Yorktown Oct. 30 District Meet Episcopal Nov. 3 Wakefield Away Nov. 7 Va. State Meet Wm. Mary The varsity cross-country squad won two meets this year, defeating George Mason and George Wash¬ ington. In the Wakefield Invitational, Falls Church placed eleventh out of twenty-two teams and the Jags placed ninth in the Northern Virginia meet. Out¬ standing for the varsity squad were Mostyn Jones, Mike McKinley, Jim Mathias, and Carl Micale. The junior varsity squad faired a little better, de¬ feating George Marshall, George Mason, and George Washington. The junior Jags placed twelfth in the Wakefield Invitational and seventh out of fifteen teams in the Northern Virginia meet. The J. V. stand¬ outs were: Allen Pierce, Rudy Segaar, and Claus Mol- tke Hoff. Page 170 ;f " : §fj First row: Bill Herling, Jack Brandt, Chick Sell, Bill Maschal, Pete Oakley. Second row: Coach Besnier, Steve Gro- chowski, Chris Botos, Doug Nelson, Brad Grabill, Tim Arnold, Chuck Speacht. Golf Poor weather caused a late start for the 7 65 Jaguar Golf team. Coach Besnier had high hopes and pre¬ dicted a .500 season. Pete Oakley, Tim Arnold, and Chuck Speacht all received high praise from the coach. Even with the return of many golfers, the team will feel the loss of All-Metropolitan golfer, Phil Hargis. GOLF SCHEDULE-1965 Friday April 2 Madison Westbrook C. C. Thursday April 8 Osbourn Cedar Crest C. C. Monday April 12 Woodson Reston C. C. Friday April 23 McLean Island View C. C. Monday April 26 Fairfax Washington Golf C. C. Friday April 30 Jefferson Washington Golf C. C. State Tournament Fredricksburg May 13-14 P age 171 Junior Varsity Football First row: Jim Farrell, Mike Elliot, William Stevens, Victor Mitchell, Harold Gaskins, Mike Mitchell. Second row: Charles Sell, Mike Creel, Jeff Derrow, Patrick Olegar, Bob Goracke, Richard Donohue, Ray Lacy. Third row: Toby Sullivan, Chip Belyea, Craig Wisooker, Bob Cline, John Titus, Gordon Griffenhagen, John Fitzsimmons, Herb Hunter. Fourth row: Fred Tremper, Leroy Cook, Woody Hartsook, Dave Werth, Sidney Friend, John Moore, Mike Martini, J. E. Albritton. Fifth row: Richard Crack, Chris Wright, Anthony Christ, Dennis Crawford, Tony Bowen, manager; Jim Parr, manager; Steve Parks, John Stacks, George Epp, Ken Bruntel, Don Youngblood. Freshman Football First row: Charles Stitzel, John Anderson, Michael Zavinsky, Dave Vernon, Norman Canfield, Donald Hixson, Roger McClain. Second row: Mike Sapp, Maurice Brooks, Mike Failes, Robert Luehrs, Jim Davidson, Bill Jones, Daniel Robey, Ronald Guerin. Third row: Ken Harnage, Chuck Howard, Walter Ake, Owen Botkin, Dave Barrack, Mark Stallings, Joe Allen, Steve Kennedy, Bill Herbert. Fourth row: Ken Wester, John Haley, Mark Moore, John Musgrave, Steve Hall, Tony Piccione, John Tomasino, William Gallahan, Tom Jones, Col. Schade, coach. Page 172 Junior Varsity Basketball Bruce Tucker, Bill Oliver, James Beech, Herb Hunter, Harold Gaskins, Glen Guider, Bruce Boger, Bill Wells, David Boyer, Jerry Walls, Steve Parks, Dennis Crawford, Rick Crack, Mr. Matalavage, Coach; Bob Cline. Not pictured: Alan Hayes and Pete Oakley, managers. Freshman Basketball First row: David Barrack, Morris Brooks, Larry Garfield, Wally Stryker, Danny Dukes, Jay Anderson, Steve Morris. Second row: Coach Mandes, Len Beech, Walter Ake, Jon Denny, David McDonald, Don Hixson, Rob Childress, Dennis Mitchell, manager. Page 173 Junior Varsity Wrestling Mr. Besnier, John Moore, Roger Williams, Tommy Yun, Bill Gallahan, Joel Burnham, Bill Wheeler, Larry Win¬ stead, Chip Belyea, Dan Thomas, Alfred Thompson, Jim Farrell, Bill Miller, John Christ, John Tomasino, John Mus- GRAVE, WeLBERT THOMPSON, JOHN STACKS, KeN BrUNTEL, PAUL STRICKLAND. Junior Varsity Baseball First row: Herby Hunter, Bob Cline, John Titus, Wayne Long, Steve Hall, Gary Seymour. Second row: Mike Creel, Garner Stallings, Bill Wells, Bill Oliver, Dennis Crawford, Gerry Braun, Bill Jones. Third row: Buck Ellis, Woody Hartsook, Jim Farrell, Rick Crack, Bill Evans, Steve Morris, Kenny Wester. Fourth row: Manager Vic Mitchell, Chris Sills, Dave Guernsey, J. E. Albritton, Micky Augustine, Tony Epp, Wally Ake. Page 174 Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Kneeling: Ann Swing, Bobbi Miles, Captain; Edye Stephenson, Co-Captain; Karen Hunsberger. Standing: Pam Huff, Barbara Moran, Laurie Mastenbrook, Kathy Fiormonti. Freshman Cheerleaders Marcia Clark, Lynn Hooper, Captain; Joanne Breyer, Bev Mount joy, Co-Captain; Mi¬ chele Ecnot. Page 175 . t if ' £ . V ' • zt First row: Chris Andrews, Mary LeDane, Nan Hopkinson, Karen Mackenzie, Carol Larkin. Second row: Miss Dowdy, Linda Dellacasa, Margie Gifford, Betty Marteness, Barbara Ayres, Saralee Goldfein. Patty Benedict, Nancy Hamblin, Miss Weisgerber. Not Pictured: Linda Hallstead. Girls’ Varsity Hockey The girls’ varsity hockey team this year worked hard and enthusiastically, and ended their season with a 1-4-3 record. Badly needed new equipment was given to the team, and during the season, the girls were in¬ structed by a professional hockey player from England. Each year an award is presented to the most valua¬ ble player. This year the award went to senior Mary LeDane, a varsity player for four years. FALLS CHURCH OPPONENTS 0 Marshall 5 1 Mt. Vernon 1 2 Madison 1 1 McLean 3 1 Woodson 4 0 Stuart 0 0 Edison 0 1 Annandale 2 Page 176 Margie Stacks, Sue Beeman, Ann Duvon, Nancy Miller, Pauline Jackson, Valerie Knight, Gail Lebbon, Bobbie Ayres. Girls’ Varsity Basketball The Girl’s Varsity Basketball team was handicapped this year by the small return of seniors. The annual ‘Best Player’ award this year went to Margie Gifford, who was also high scorer. FALLS CHURCH OPPONENTS 38 Fairfax 32 26 Groveton 42 20 Ft. Hunt 22 12 Jefferson 23 23 Herndon 31 22 Lee 21 23 Marshall 53 40 Mt. Vernon 16 24 McLean 42 38 Woodson 48 20 Stuart 39 33 Edison 14 Page 177 First row: Sue Beeman, Bobby Ayres, Margie Gifford, Chris Andrews. Second row: Judy Collis, Patty Benedict, Nancy Kincheloe, Sheila Riffle, Jean Stapleton, Pauline Jackson, Margie Stacks. Girls’ Varsity Softball April 6—Annandale .Home 13—Fairfax.Home 20—Groveton .Home 22—Fort Hunt.Away 27—Jefferson .Home 29—Herndon .Away May 4—Lee .Away 6—Marshall .Away 11—Madison .Home 13—Mount Vernon .Away Page 178 GIRLS’ J.V. HOCKEY First row: Jeanette Davidson, Susan Story, Doris Jackson, Margie Stacks, Martha Hoffman, Gail Lebbon. Second row: Linda Hedrick, Valory Knight, Jennie Michael, Nancy Kenchole, Paula Jackson. GIRLS’ J.V. BASKETBALL First row: Jody Sawson, Peggy Cragle, Nancy Hamlin, Sheila Riffle, Elaine Cragle. Second row: Carol Larkin, Nancy Kincheloe, Vivian Warren, Sue Praety, Shari Jagulun, Jill Patterson. Third row: Donna Wetrich, manager ; Audrey Huthwaite, manager; Lida Hedrich, Pat Cragle, Pat Sheldon, Kathy Gregory. GIRLS’ J.V. SOFTBALL Kneeling: Barbara Lawford, Elaine Cragle, Carol Chamberland, Karen Weedon, Patty Melick, Barbara Zunt. Standing: Le- ann Nystrom, Sue Praety, Shari Jagulun, Pat Sheldon, Francina Beck, Susan Rowe, Peggy Cragle, Mary Coffee, Kathleen Dodd. Page 179 Seated: Karen Ashwell, Queen; Linda Hayes, Maid of Honor. Standing: Lynn Hooper, Freshman Representative; Pam Huff, Sophomore Representative; Ann Garvin, Junior Representative; Linda Buddenhagen, Senior Representative; Pam Heishman, Sen¬ ior Representative. 1964 Homecoming The 1964 Homecoming Weekend began in the midst of a downpour during the game against Fairfax. Through the maze of raincoats and um¬ brellas, loyal Jaguars cheered for the team. Since the weather prevented half-time activities, the court was presented at the Madison game. Prior to this, the floats were judged with the Junior class float, a huge Jaguar raising and lowering a rebel flag, winning first prize. Rain did not dampen the spirits of the Home¬ coming Dance, the first semi-formal dance of the year, sponsored by the Senior class. The legen¬ dary city of Camelot was brought to life with a drawbridge, banners, and a regal throne. Karen Ashwell, crowned by last year’s queen, Cora Herl, reigned over her subjects. The successful dance brought to a conclusion the 1964 Home¬ coming Weekend. Mr. Todd presents Karen with the victory football. Page 182 Homecoming Queen Karen Ashwell The Court watches the game from the grandstands. Karen is crowned by Cora Her1, last year’s queen. Page 183 Sweetheart Dance First tow: Mickey Klewicki, Junior Representative; Jennifer Huseby, Junior Representative; Sharon Bastress, Senior Representa¬ tive. Second row: Karen Hunsberger, Sophomore Representative; Linda Huff, Queen. Standing: Nancy Keller, Senior Repre¬ sentative; Ann Simpson, Senior Representative; Cheryl Williams, Junior Representative; Clara Huff, Maid-of-Honor; Joanne Breyer, Freshman Representative; Michele Egnot, Freshman Representative; Marsha Clark, Freshman Representative; Edye Ste¬ phenson, Sophomore Representative. The theme of the Sweetheart Dance, held on March 20, was the mythical " Palace at Thebes. " Re¬ alistic decorations, music by the Apollos, and a lovely court added to the enjoyment of the evening. The highlight of the evening was the presentation of the court. From her royal barge, Queen Linda Huff reigned over the festivities with her Maid-of-Honor, Clara Huff. Page 184 Maid-of-Honor CLARA HUFF i Page 185 Best All Around Linda Huff and John Farrell Senior Superlatives Friendliest Mike McKinley and Dorothy Jackson Personality Plus Linda Hayes and Bill Morris Page 186 Most Dependable Katie Knepley and Rudy Segaar This year’s Senior Superlatives were composed of eighteen outstanding members of the class of 1965. In accordance with tradition, trophies were awarded to the chosen students at a special Senior assembly. Mrs. Miles and Mr. Mishou, the Senior Class sponsors, presented the trophies to the students. Wittiest Jeri Chewning and Brian Black Most Likely To Succeed Mark Whitenton and Micki Behrend Page 187 Most School Spirited Karen Ashwell and Richard Mabry Most Athletic Mary LeDane and Charlie Thompson Most Talented Gay Haynes and Eddie Martin Page 188 D ogpatchers look on as Ann Garvin and Dick Monday are hitched. The characters of Dogpateh again returned to Falls Church High School for the annual Sadie Ilawkins Dance. They included Judy Tate as Daisy Mac, Ronnie Cothran as LiF Abner, Jeri Cliewning and Craig Burnham as Mammy and Pappy Yokum, Henry Schutz as Tiny Yokum, Linda Hayes as Moonbeam McSwinc, Ken Soucy as Honest Abe, Linda Huff as Cave Gal, Kathy Wells as Wolf Gal, and Skip Dowell as Marry¬ ing Sam. The Dogpateh setting was completed by a market place and a band dressed in true Dogpateh fashion. Sadie Hawkins Day Seated: Ronnie Cothran, Skip Dowell, Ken Soucy, Linda Hayes. Standing: Judy Tate, Jeri Chewning, Craig Burnham, Linda Huff, Henry Schutz, Kathy Wells. Page 189 Karen Ashwell, Homecoming Queen; Mary Tatum, Nancy Jones, Manuela Poggi, Linda Huff, Sweetheart Queen. Mickt Behrend 1965 Page 190 Gay Haynes, Melanie Sirpis, Kathleen Blake, Linda Trimmer, Dorothy Jackson, Nancy Stevenson. rom Court As this year rapidly drew to a close, the an¬ ticipation of the Junior-Senior Prom was felt throughout the school. This dance, the most memorable of the year, was held at the Willard Hotel. Queen Micki Behrend and her court reigned graciously over the evening. The Prom, along with graduation, brought to an end the festivities of the Senior year. aid - op - JJc onor Patty Benedict Page 191 Falls Church . . . the last band practice . . . the empty locker The school year has ended in a flurry of ac¬ tivities. The Prom is over, Graduation is history, and Falls Church High School is peaceful. The teachers have sealed the fate of the four¬ teen hundred, the moments of joy and of sorrow have passed, and Falls Church High School is quiet. The lockers relax their tired combinations, the doors receive their keys for the final time. And, as we close, Falls Church High School is peaceful. . . . the friendly goodby Page 192 • • High Is . . . the closed classroom . . . the locked door . . . . peaceful Page 193 Faculty Directory Directory of Administrative Staff and Special Personnel ROBERT E. ANDERLIK—University of Illinois, B.S., M.S.; Assistant Football and Baseball Coach. JUDITH ANDERSON—Mary Washington College, B.A.; Sponsor, Jaguar Journal, Quill and Scroll, Press Club. CAROLYN J. BARDEN—University of Rochester; Secretary to Mr. Todd. RICHARD W. BESNIER—University of Maryland, B.S.; Wrestling and Golf Coach; Sponsor, Junior Class. BRUCE L. CAMPBELL—Davis and Elkins College,B.S., George Wash¬ ington University. MARY G. CARLSEN—Hunter College, B.A., New York University of Engineering, Teachers College of Columbia University, University of Virginia Extension. MARIA COLETTE CAROZZA—Sweet Briar College, B.A., Catholic University of America; Sponsor, Keyette Club. IRENE R. CARPENTER—Radford College, B.S. MARIE H. CARSTATER—Bucknell University, A.B., George Wash¬ ington University, M.A.; Sponsor, A.F.S. Club. MABLE U. CHAPMAN—Woman’s College of Georgia, Longwood Col¬ lege, American University, B.S.; Sponsor, National Honor Society, Junior Class. HARVEY F. COOPER—California State College, B.S. ALMA CORDLE—University of North Carolina, B.A.; Sponsor, Spanish Club. INA M. COREY—School of Nursing, Medical College of South Caro¬ lina, R.N. NAOMI CRAWFORD—University of Southern California, William and Mary College, Jacksonville University, Texas College of Arts and In¬ dustries, B.A., American University. FRANCES M. CRUM—Morehead College, A.B., George Washington University, M.A.; Sponsor, Art Club. PEGGY ELIZABETH DOWDY—Emory and Henry College, B.A.; Basketball and Softball Coach; Sponsor, Monogram Club, Sophomore Class. RACHEL A. ESTES—Madison College, B.S. ARLENE FALLAW—Longwood College, A.B., Syracuse University, M.A. “Yes, it was a great game. Marshall went down fighting,” beams Mi. Weber. JOHN ROBERT ' FEATHER—Shippensburg State College, B.S., Uni¬ versity of Virginia, M. Ed.; Sponsor, Science Club. DANIEL FLEMING—West Virginia University, A.B., M.A., Harvard University, George Washington University. JAMES W. FOWLER—Auburn University, B.S. BERNARD H. GARIIART—Slippery Rock State College, B.S., George Washington University ' , M.S.; Cross Country and Track Coach. SARA J. GIL—Longwood College, B.S.; Sponsor, E.H.A. LYNELL F. GORDON—Baker University, A.B., George Washington University, M.A. JAN GRAYSON—Howard College, A.B. FIELDER P. GREER—U.S. Military Academy, West Point, B.S., HOWARD E. GRINDLE—Appalachian State Teacher’s College, B.S., M.A. BETSY ANN HARRIS—University of North Carolina, A.B. VIOLET SIMS HENRY—Draughon’s Business College. MILDRED C. HEWITT—Columbia University. ELIZABETH KANE—Radford College, B.A.; Sponsor, French Club. RICHARD S. KELLER—American University, B.A. BRENDA KIESSLING—Oberlin College, B.A., George Washington University, M.A. BEATRICE G. KIRBY—Wake Forest, B.A.; Sponsor, Junior Red Cross. DOROTHEA LAIRD—Indiana State College, B.S., University of Pitts¬ burgh, M.Ed. DALE LARSEN—District Teachers College, B.S.; Football Coach. JANINE LAVANCEAU—George Mason College, American University, B.A. EDITH L. LEMON—University ' of Denver, B.A., University of Vir¬ ginia, William and Mary College, American University; Sponsor, Junior National Honor Society. PAUL DENNIS LEWIS—Ohio State University, B.A., B.S., University of North Carolina, Concord College; Sponsor, Chess Club. BERNICE LILLY—Mississippi Southern, B.S.; Sponsor, Monogram Club, Intramurals Coordinator. JOHN S. LOCASCIO—West Virginia Institute of Technology, B.S. JAMES GILMORE LUNSFORD—Shenandoah Conservatory of Music, B.M.Ed., University of Virginia, M.M.Ed.; Sponsor, Junior Civitan Club. PEGGY MALOY—Texas Technological College, B.S., Penn State Uni¬ versity, M.Ed. GEORGE C. MANDES—Montgomery Jr. College, University of Corpus Christi, B.S.; Assistant Football and Basketball Coach. DONALD B. MARE—Bucknell University, A.B., Madison College, M.A., St. John’s University Law School, L.B.; Sponsor, Debate Club, Key Club. GERALDINE MARSH—Louisiana State University, B.S., Ohio State University; Sponsor, F.H.A. RONALD MATALAVAGE—George Washington University, Associate in Arts, B.S.; Intramural Director, Basketball Coach. Page 194 Faculty Directory “All right, people, let’s get back to work. This is going to be better than Broadway!” declares Mrs. Ogilvie. GARY ANN MAUP1N—Madison College, University of Virginia, B.S.; Sponsor, Varsity, J.V. and Freshman Cheerleaders, Jaguar. JOANNE F. MAY—Madison College, B.S.; Sponsor, Paw Print. EMILY SUZANNE McCLELLAN—Lenoir Rhyne College, A.B. DONALD J. McCOOL—Marietta College, B.S., University of Wiscon¬ sin, M.S.; Basketball Coach. HESTER McCULLOUGII—Edgewood Park Gettysburg College, A.B., University of Virginia, American University; Sponsor, Pep Club. Z. MARIE McFARLANE—KBU, Spokane, Washington, Cheney Nor¬ mal, Whitworth, University of Seattle. RICHARD L. McQUAIN—Fairmont State, University of Virginia, Vir¬ ginia Polytechnic Institute, George Washington University, West Vir¬ ginia Wesleyan. HELEN T. MILEHAM—Wellesley, B.A., Columbia, M.A., George Washington University, University of Virginia. NELLE H. MILES—Ohio State University, B.S., University of Wiscon¬ sin, George Washington University, M.A.; Sponsor, Senior Class. FRANK II. MISIIOU—Columbia University, A.B., George Washington University, M.A.; Sponsor, Senior Class. CHARLES ARTHUR MOORE—Kansas State Teachers College, B.S., B.A., M.S.; Sponsor, Spanish Club. FRANCINE K. OGILVIE—West Virginia University, American Uni¬ versity, B.A., Richmond Professional Institute, University of Rich¬ mond; Drama Director, Sponsor, National Thespian Society. BYRON G. OLSON—University of Richmond, B.A. ANNIE LEE POWELL—Greensboro College, A.B. LOWELL H. POWERS—Huron College, B.A., Northwestern Univer¬ sity, Wayne University, University of Virginia. RUBY C. POWERS—Guidance Secretary. CAROL GROUNDWATER PRESTON—Mary Washington College, University of Manchester, England, University of Virginia, B.S. WILLARD A. REITZ—State University of New York, A.B., University of Virginia, M.A.T., American University; Sponsor, German Club, French Honor Society. LOUISE RIGDON—Longwood College, B.S., Richmond Professional Institute, University of Virginia. ANNIE A. ROMANUS-—-Louisiana State University, A.B., M.A.; Spon¬ sor, Latin Club. RUTH G. RYAN—Boston University, A.B., M.A., State University of New York, M.S. COL. HOWARD SCHADE—Upsala College, B.A., American Univer¬ sity, M.A., George Washington University; Assistant Football Coach. CHARLES H. SELL—Mount Union College, B.A., Michigan State Uni¬ versity, M.A.; Football and Track Coach. MILDRED SPINDLE—Longwood College, B.S., University of Virginia. ALPHA SPITZER—Madison College, B.S., V.P.I., M.Ed.; Sponsor, F.B.L.A. Club. JANE SPRING—Fairmont State College, A.B., West Virginia Univer¬ sity, M.S., Geor ge Washington University, William and Mary Col¬ lege. STEPHEN N. TACKNEY—U.S. Naval Academy, B.S., Duke Univer¬ sity. BERNICE SPICER THOMA—Mary Washington College, B.S., Uni¬ versity of Virginia, B.S.L.S., Catholic University. THOMAS D. TODD—University of Richmond, B.A., University of Michigan, M.A. DAVID A. TRIVETT—University of Texas, B.A. ARTHUR J. VALOTTO—West Virginia University, B.S., M.A.; Spon¬ sor, SCA. LELAND ARTHUR VLIET—George Washington University, B.A., M.A. PAUL WEBER—George Washington University, B.S., M.A. NANCY WEISGERBER—Muskingum College, B.A., Montclair State College; Hockey, Basketball, Softball Coach; Sponsor, Ice Skating Club. JULIAN KEITH WHITMER—Arkansas State Teachers College, B.S.E., Ohio State University, M.A. ELIZABETH WILSON—Winthrop College, B.A.; Sponsor, Keyette Club. SANDRA C. WILSON—University of North Carolina, B.A., Guilford College, University of North Carolina at Raleigh. SUE LASSITER WILSON—East Carolina College, Richmond Profes¬ sional Institute, B.S., VPI; Sponsor, DE Club. WILLIAM D. YOUNT—Davis and Elkins College, A.B., West Virginia University, M.A. Intellectual relaxation is a must after a hard day’s work. Right, Mr. Keller? Page 195 Senior Directory WILLIAM GARY ADAMS—“Gary”—Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; American History Honor Society 3, 4; German Club 3, 4; Chess Club 3; Science Club 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. RICHARD LYNN ALDERSON—“Richie”—Lakenheath High School 1, 2; Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; Key Club 4; Baseball 1, 3; Football 1, 4; National Honor Society 4. SAMUEL NICKEL ALLAIRE—“Skip”—Wareham High School 1; Massanutten Military Academy 2; Football 1; Basketball 1; Wrestling 2; Glee Club 2. RICHARD LESLIE ALSAGER— “Richard ”—Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation; Science Club 1, 2, 4, Treasurer 3; Stamp Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3. CHARLES WESLEY ALTMAN—“Charhe”—D.E. Club 4; Baseball. JUDITH ANN ANDERSON— “Judy ”—Junior National Honor Society r 2; French National Honor Society 2, Chaplain 3, 4; Keyette Club 4; Y.F.C. Club 4; “Music Man” 2; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; Concert and Marching Band 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Wind Ensemble 3; Student Staff 4; National Honor Society 4. JANE ARDYCE ANDRUSKA—“Jane”—Kailua High School 1; Rogers High School 2; Spanish Club 3, President 4; Inter-Club Council 4; Senior Council 4; Keyette Club 3, 4; Yearbook Copy Editor 4; Paw Print 4; National Ilonor Society 4. SARA LOUISE ANTHONY—“Sara”—Pep Club 4; A.F.S. Club 4. EDWARD L. ARNI—“Eddie”— LINDA SUE ASHBY—“Linda”—F.H.A. Club 3; F.B.L.A. Club 3, 4. LEONARD BARRY BIAGI—“Len”—South Dade High School. LINDA MARION BIBB—“Linda”—Pep Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. Secretary 4. LYNN MARY BICKHAM—“Lynn”—F.B.L.A. Club 4; D.E. Club 4; Pep Club 3. JOHN MICHAEL BISCHOFF—“M ike ”—Paw Print 2; American His¬ tory Honor Society 3. BRIAN LESLIE BLACK—“Brian”—Malden High School 2; Key Club 3, 4; F.T.A. Club 4; French Club 4; Cross Country 4; Track 2; Basketball 2; “Wittiest” 4. KATHLEEN JANE BLAKE—“Kathleen”—D.A.R. American History Award 3; American History Honor Society 3; Junior National Honor Society 1, Chaplain 2; National Honor Society 3; Treasurer 4; Keyette Club 3, Chaplain 4, District President 4; F.T.A. Club 2, Secretary 3; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; French Club 2; Madrigals 3, 4; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; Class Secretary 3, 4. PAMELA JEAN BORDEN—“Pam”—Paris American High School; Y.F.C. Club 1, Vice-President 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Tri-Hi-Y Club 2; F.H.A. Club 1; F.B.L.A. Club 4. ARTHUR CHARLES BOYER—“Nick”— GARY L. BRADFORD—“Gary”—George Mason High School 1; Me- Lean High School 2; Football 1. THOMAS WILLIAM BRADLEY—“Tom”—Safe Driver Award 3; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Latin Club 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. ROGER DAVID ASHFORD— “Roger ”—Concert and Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Council 4. KAREN FAYE ASHWELL—-“Karen”—Yearbook Activities Editor 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1, 3, Captain 2, 4; Cheerleading Club 4; Spanish Club 2; Keyette Club 4; “Arsenic and Old Lace” 4; “Balcony Scene” 4; Sweetheart Court 3; Homecoming Queen 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 4; “Most School Spirited” 4. SUSAN ANNETTE BAGEANT—“Sue”— MARK BAKER—“Mark”—Woodson High School. SHARON LEIGH BASTRESS—“Sharon”—Jaguar Journal 4; Sweet¬ heart Court 4; Senior Council 4. MICHELE BEHREND— “Micki ”—Jaguar Journal 2, 3; Junior National Honor Society 1, Secretary 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; F.T.A. Club 1, Vice-President 2; “Good-bye My Fancy” 2; “Slice It Thin” 3; Class Secretary 2; Class President 3, 4; Keyette Club 2, 3, 4; “Most Likely to Succeed” 4. DANIEL WALLACE BEHRMAN—“Danny”—O’Connell 1- DO Club 4. MILLS EVERETT BELL, JR.— “Mills ”—Junior National Honor So¬ ciety 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; American History Honor Society 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Marching and Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4;’ Wind Eensemble 3; Dance Band 1, 3; Student Conductor 3. KEARNEY DOUGLAS BENNETT—“Kearney”—Clayton Central Higl School 1; American Community High School 2, 3; Debate Club 2 3 Football 1; Basketball 2, 3; Softball 2, 3. SUSAN JEAN BENOSKI— “Susan”—Paw Print 3; Yearbook 3 Produc¬ tion Manager 4; French Club 2; Pep Club 2, 3; “Good-bye My Fancy 2. 1 MARIAN P. BENSON— “Patty ”—Marshall High School 2, 3- F.N.A. Club 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Guidance Staff 3, 4. KATHRYN L. BRINER—“Kathv”—Yearbook 3; Paw Print 4; Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Thespian Honor Society 3, 4; French National Honor Sciety 2, 3, President 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; A.F.S. Club 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1, Secretary 2; French Club 3, 4; “Slice It Thin” 3; “Dear Ruth” 2; “Mouse That Roared” 3; “Music Man” 2; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; First Place Forensics 3; S.P.T.A. Achievement Award 3. JACQUILINE MARQUITA BRITTAIN—“Marc”— MICHAEL ARTHUR BROOKER—“Mike”—“Dear Ruth” 2. DAVID H. BROOKS— “Dave” —J.E.B. Stuart High School 1; German Club 1, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Varsity Club 3, 4; Junior Civitan Club 3, 4. ALICE JANE BRYSON— “Janie ”—Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ice Skating Club 1; F.H.A. Club 2; A.F.S. Club 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. Club 3, 4; “Dear Ruth” 2; “Good-bye My Fancy” 2; Press Club 4; Jaguar Journal 4. LINDA GAIL BUDDENHAGEN—“Linda”—Paw Print 4; Pep Club 1, 4; “Carousel” 1; Homecoming Court 1, 4; Sweetheart Court 2; Sergeant-at-Arms 3; Office Staff 4. EILEEN VALERIE BURKE—“Eileen”—O’Connell High School. NANCY ALICE BURNEY— “Nancy ”—Jaguar Journal 1; S.C.A. 1; Yearbook 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Keyette Club 4; Office Staff 4. CRAIG HORSLEY BURNHAM—“Craig”—Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; “Pappy Yokum” 4. RICHARD ALLAN BYLES—“Dick”— DAVID LAWRENCE CALLAHAN—“Dave”—Jaguar Journal 1; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4; American History Honor Society 3, 4; Press Bureau Vice-President 1; Chess Club 1, 2; Science Club 2, Vice-President 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2; S.CA Vice-President 4. Page 196 Senior Directory ANTONIA MARCIA CARNELLI—“Toni”—Pep Club 4; Softball Manager. STEPHEN CARL CAREY—“Steve”—J.E.B. Stuart High School 1; Stamp Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 3, 4; “Arsenic and Old Lace” 4. FRANKLIN LEROY CARROLL— ' “Frankie”— American History Honor Society 3; German Club; Cbess Club; “Arsenic and Old Lace” 4; “The Mouse That Roared” 3; Science Club President. WILLIAM F. CARY—“Bill”— ROGER PHILIP CAMPBELL—“Roger”— ROBERT MICHAEL CASTLE—“Moose”—Bowling Club 1; I.C.T. Club 4. CLAUDE STEPHEN CHAMBERS—“Steve”—Hammond High School 1; Library Assistant 3; Pep Club 4. JERI ELLEN CHEWNING—“Jeri”—Paw Print 4; Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; American History Honor Society 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Class Treasurer 2, 4; Keyette Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Ice Skating Club 1; Office Staff 4; “Mammy Yokum” 4; National Honor Society 4; “Wittiest” 4. JOHN ALEXANDER CLARK—“John”—I.C.T. Club 4; Football 1, 2. ROBERT D. CLARK— “Bob” —Yearbook Sports Editor 4; Junior Civi- tan Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Marching and Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES PATRICK CLARKE—“Jim”—I.C.T. Club 3, 4. PEGGY JEAN CLARKE—“Peggy”—Irving High School 1, 2, 3; Latin Club 1; Library Staff 2; F.T.A. Club 1, 2; S.C.A. 4; Tennis 2, 3; “The Mouse That Roared” 3; Marching and Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. GILDA CASTELLA CODISPOTI—“Gilda”—Yearbook 3, Publicity Manager 4; Pep Club 1, 2, Vice-President 3; Keyette Club 4; Cheer¬ leader Co-Captain 2, 3; Sweetheart Court 3; Sergeant-at-Arms 2; Class Treasurer 1; Office Staff 4. ROGER BOYD COFFEY—“Roger”— CLARENCE WADE COLE—“Wade”—Pep Club 1; Science Club 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. RAY CONVERSE—“Ray”—J.E.B. Stuart High School 1; American Legion Oratorical Contest 2; Thespians Honor Society 3; Sergeant- at-Arms 4; “Slice It Thin” 3; “Man in the Bowler Hat” 3; “Arsenic and Old Lace” 4; National Honor Society 4. CHARLES EDWARD COX— “Charlie” —Junior Civitan Club 2, 3; Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Wrestling 1, 3, 4. JANICE ELAINE COSBEY—“Jan”—Y.F.C. Club 1, Vice-President 2; Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4. RONALD TAYLOR COTHRAN—“Ronnie”—Key Club 2, 3, 4; Foot¬ ball 1; Basketball 1 7 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Cross-Country 4; “Little Abner” 4. LISA COURTIS— “Lisa” —French Award 2; French National Honor Society 2; Junior National Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; American History Honor Society 3; Pep Club 1; French Club 2; A.F.S. Club 4; Band 3, 4. CHARLES WAYNE CRAIG— “Wayne” —Northumberland High School; Pep Club 3. BARBARA IRENE CRAWFORD—“Barbara”—Paw Print 4- “Bve Bye Birdie” 3. ’ 3 ’ SHARRY ANN CROWDER— “Sharry” —Clawson High School 1, 2; G.A.A. Club 1, 2; F.T.A. Club 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; A.F.S. Club 3, Historian Publicity Manager 4. BARBARA LOUISE CROWN—“Barbara”—Spanish Club 2, 3; Ice Skating Club 3, 4; F.T.A. Club 3, 4; I.C.T. Club 4. PAMELA ANN CURRY— “Pam " —Paw Print 4; Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; American History Honor Society 3; French Club 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Art Club 1. DIANA LYNN CURTIS—“Diana”—F.T.A. Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-Presi¬ dent 4; F.II.A. Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; Pep Club 2, 3; A.F.S. Club 2, 3, 4; Y.F.C. Club 3, 4; French Club 2, 3. GAIL JEAN DANILIK—“Gail”—Pep Club 2, 3; F.B.L.A. Club 3, 4. LINDA DIANE DAVIDSON— “Linda” —Niagara Wheatfield High School; Fairfax High School; Pep Club 3, 4; Pep Squad 4. CAROLYN ADAIR DAY—“ Carolyn ”—Junior Rational Honor Society 1, 2; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; F.H.A. Club 1, 2; Latin Club Vice-President 4; Ice Skating Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; French National Honor Society 4. EDWARD ALBERT DE FREITAS—“Eddie”—Oak Hill Academy 2; D.E. Club 4; Ice Skating Club 1; Basketball 2. RITA MARY DELANEY—“Rita”—Pep Club 2, 3; Ice Skating Club 2. LINDA JEAN DELLACASA—“Linda”—F.H.A. Club 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. Club Treasurer 3, President 4; Majorette Club 1; Hockey Manager 4; Ice Skating Club 4. SANDRA JEAN DIDAWICK—“Sandie”—Yearbook Literary Editor 4; Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; F.H.A. Club 2; A.F.S. Club 3, Secretary 4; Hockey 2; Basketball 2; Guidance Office Staff 4; “Slice It Thin” 3; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; Latin Club Secretary 4; Letter of Commendation Merit Scholarship 3. JOSEPH D. D’ISIDORO—“Joe”—Radnor Senior High School; Base¬ ball 3, 4. NANCY LEE DORE—“Nancy”—F.H.A. Club 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 4; Jaguarettes 1; “Dear Ruth” 2. STEPHEN C. DOUGLAS— “Steve” —Spanish Club 1, 4; Key Club 4; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Baseball 2; Cross Country 4. KENNETH MORRISON DOWELL—“Skip”—Jaguar Journal 2, 3; Junior Civitan Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Baseball 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; “Marryin’ Sam” 4. LINDA ANN DUFF—“Linda”—Y.F.C. Club. THOMAS DUNKUM—“Tommy”—Edison High School; Mount Ver¬ non High School; I.C.T. 3, 4. MICHAEL RICHARD DUNLAP—“Mike”—Kailua High School. THOMAS B. DUNPHY—“Tommy”—O’Connell High School; I.C.T. Club 4. JOHN CAMERON DUVAL—“John”—Robert E. Lee High School 1; Hi-Y Club 1; C.A.P. 1; Coin Club 1, 2, 3, 4. RUTH ANN EARLY— “Ruth” —Paw Print 2; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Class Vice-President 2; Guidance Office Staff 3, 4. CHARLOTTE ANNE EGNOT—“Charlotte”—Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2. FRANK DONALD ELSASSER—“Frank”—Football 2, 3. LAWRENCE WILLIAM EMBREY, JR.—“Bill”—Brentsville District High School; F.F.A. Club 1, 2; I.C.T. Club 3, 4. HELEN JANE ERICSON—“Helen”—“Music Man” 2; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “Good-bye My Fancy” 2. JAMES PHILIP EVERHARD—“Jim”—Jaguar Journal Circulation Edi¬ tor 2. Page 197 Senior Directory JAMES EDWARD FARMER—“Jim”— JOHN ROY FARRELL— “John ”—Harvard Book Award 3; Junior Civi- tan Club 2, Treasurer 3, President 4; Varsity Club 2, Treasurer 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Track 1; Student Staff 4; “Best All Around” 4. FEROL ANN FAUST—“Ferol”—O’Connell High School 1, 2; F.B.L.A. Club 4. LINDA SHERYL FENWICK—“Linda”—F.B.L.A. Club 3. IAN KEITH FERNANDEZ—“Ian”—D.E. Club 4; Football. LINDA CAROL FERRONE—“Linda”—F.T.A. Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; F.H.A. Club 2, Secretary 3; Ice Skating Club 3, 4; Y.F.C. Club 2; “Carousel” 1; Office Staff 3, 4. IRENE ROSE FISHER—“Irene”— SHERI LYNN FITZPATRICK—“Sheri”— JOHN THOMAS FLEMMING—“Terry”— WILLIAM HARRISON FOGERTY—“Bill”—Western High School 3. DARLENE ANN FORD—“Darlene”—F.H.A. Club Treasurer 2, Vice- President 3; Red Cross Club 2; Senior Council 4. RICHARD HUNTER FOX—“Richard”—National Thespian Honor So¬ ciety 3, 4; “Dear Ruth” 2; “Good-bye My Fancy” 2; “Slice It Thin” 3; “Mouse that Roared” 3; “Arsenic and Old Lace” 4. ELIZABETH LEE HARRIS—“Didi”—Jaguar Journal 1, 2; Yearbook 3; Paw Print 2, 3, Assistant Editor 4; Press Bureau 1, 2. ELLEN ANN HARRIS— “Ellen” —Lee Davis High School; Pep Club 2, 3; Swimming Club; Bowling Club. JACK HARVEY—“Jack”—Varsity Club 4; Junior Civitan Club 4; Spanish Club 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 4. WELBEY LEE HATTON—“Welbey”—Basketball. LINDA ANNE HAYES—“Linda”—Yearbook 4; Paw Print 3, 4; Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; American History Honor Society 3; French Club 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Keyette Club 3, Sergeant-at- Arms 4; Basketball 1; Office Staff 4; Sweetheart Court 2; Prom Maid- of-Honor 3; Homecoming Maid-of-Honor 4; Cheerleader 2, 3; For¬ ensics 2; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “Moonbeam McSwine” 4; “Personality Plus” 4. GAY L. HAYNES—“Gay”—Paw Print 2; French Club 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1; Cheerleader 2, 4; Office Staff 3, 4; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “Music Man” 2; “Carousel” 1; “Mouse That Roared” 3; “Good-bye My Fancy” 2; Thespian Honor Society 4; Senior Coun¬ cil 4; “Most Talented” 4. LEANN MAY HEATH—“Leann”—National Thespian Honor Society 2, Secretary 3, 4; Fall Play 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Play 2, 3. ROBERT EARL HEDGPETH— “Bob” —Glenhausen High School 1; Baseball 1; Basketball 1. LINDA MARLENE FREEMAN—“Linda”—F.H.A. Club 2, 3; F.B.L.A. Club 3, 4. JOHN CRAWFORD HEERLEIN—“John”—Jaguar Journal 4; Junior Civitan Club 3, 4; Basketball 2, 4; Baseball 2, 4. JOHN NOLAND FRYE—“John”—Varsity Club 3; I.C.T. Club 4; Track 1, 3; Cross-Country 2, 3. WILLIAM A. FURLOW—“Bill”— CAROL ANN GARLEM—“Carol”—Pep Club 3. KENNETH SCOTT GARNETT—“Scott”—Pep Club 3; Latin Club 2; Wrestling 1, 2, 4; Cross-Country 2. SARA LOUISE GIESELER—“Sara”—Yearbook 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 3, Vice-President 2, Secretary 4; A.F.S. Club 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2; Softball Manager 1; Hockey Manager 1; Library Staff 4; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; Madrigals 4. MARJORIE BEATTIE GIFFORD—“Margie”—Monogram Club 3, President 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, Captain 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Interclub Council 4. MARIE JANE GLEASON—“Jane”—F.B.L.A. Club 4. MARJORIE LEE GOODING—“Margie”—Ice Skating Club 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3. DONNA RAE GRAY—“Donna”—Jaguar Journal 2; D.E. Club 4. GARY BERNARD GRIFFENHAGEN—“Gary”—Varsity Club 3 4- Football 3, 4. ’ ’ MARY JANE GRIFFIN—“Janie”—Bowling Club 1. DENNIS M. GRIM—“Denny”— JANET ELIZABETH GUIRKIN—“Janet”—Keyette Club 2 3 4- Pen Club 1, 2; “Carousel” 1. ’ ’ ’ P ALAN PAUL HARMS—“Alan”—John Pep Club 1, 2, 3; I.C.T. Club 1. Rapst High School C.A.P. 4; ELKTON EARL HARRINGTON—“Earl”—J.E.B. Stuart High School 1; Junior Civitan Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2. PAMELA DEE HEISHMAN—“Pam”—Paw Print 2, 3, 4; Yearboo k 3, Circulation Manager 4; Sweetheart Maid-of-Honor 3; Homecoming Court 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; Cheerleading Club 4. BECKY L. HENDRICK— “Becky” —D. E. Treasurer 4; “Carousel” 1; “Music Man” 2; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3. EDWARD ALAN HENRY—“Alan”—Science Fair First Place 1; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; Chess Club 1, 2; Science Club 3; French Club 3, 4; “Mouse That Roared” 3; “It’s Academic” 4; National Honor Society 4. CHARLES G. IIERSHEY— “Charlie ”—Kaiserslautern American High School 1, 2; Baseball 1; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 4. WILLIAM ROBERT HEYDE—“Bill”—George Mason High School 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. CHRISTINE MARIE HILEY—“Chris”—Western High School; V.O.T. Club 4. EDWARD CHARLES HILL— “Chuck ”—Western High School 1, 2; Wilson High School 3; Speech Club 2; Spanish Club 2; Pep Club 3; Basketball 3. STEPHEN JAMES HILL—“Steve”—J.E.B. Stuart High School 1; Wey¬ mouth High School; Science Club 3. MARGO AMANDA HIXSON—“Margo”—A.F.S. Club 3, 4; Junior Red Cross Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. Club 4; Jaguarettes 2; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “Carousel” 1. ANDREW E. HOLMAAS—“Andy”—“Slice It Thin” 3; Arsenic and Old Lace” 4; “The Mouse That Roared” 3. DALLAS LLOYD HOLMES—“Dallas”—Football 4; Track 4; Library Staff 1; Science Fair Winner 3; Class Sergeant-at-Arms 1; Science Club 2; Spanish Club 3; Pep Club 2; Varsity Club 4. JAMES KEMUEL HOLZIER—“Jim”—Randolph Macon Military Academy; Pep Club 1; Football 1, 2. Page 198 Senior Directory FRANK R. HOOD—“Sonny”—Yearbook 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4. C. MICHAEL HOOVER—“Mike”— SANDRA LEE HORN—“Sandy”—Pep Club 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Red Cross Club 2; F.B.L.A. Club 3; “Dear Ruth” 2; Student Staff 4; Office Staff 4. CHERYL ANN HOWARD—“Cheryl”—Cloudcroft High School 1, 2; Jaguar Journal 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; Paw Print 3, 4; Quill Scroll 3, Secretary 4; Press Club 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; French Club 3; Y.F.C. Club 2; Cheerleader 2. DONALD WILSON HOWELL—“Don”—D.E. Club 4; “Carousel” 1; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3. LINDA LEE HUFF—“Linda”—Paw Print 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; National Honor Society 4; American History Honor Society 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Keyette Club 3, Na¬ tional Recording Secretary 4; Office Staff 3, 4; Sweetheart Court 2; Sweetheart Queen 4; Homecoming Court 3; “Cave Gal” 4; Cheer¬ leader 2, 3; Co-captain 1, 4; “Best All Around” 4. SHARON INEZ HUNTER—“Sherry”—Jaguar Journal 2, 3; Thespian Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Quill Scroll 3, 4; “Dear Ruth” 2; “Carou¬ sel” 1; “Good-bye My Fancy” 3; “The Mouse That Roared” 3; “Arsenic and Old Lace” 4; Press Bureau 3. WENDY ADA HUTHWAITE—“Wendy”—F.H.A. Club 1; Student Staff 3; “Man in the Bowler Hat” 3; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “The Mouse That Roared” 3; “Arsenic and Old Lace” 4. THOMAS EARL IRVING—“Tom”—J.E.B. Stuart High School 2; D.E. Club 4. ADRIAN LAVERNE JACKSON—“Adrian”—Luther Jackson High School 1, 2; Monogram Club 2; F.B.L.A. Club 1; F.H.A. Club 1; Basketball 2; Track 1; Clinic Staff 1; Majorette 1. DORIS VIRGINIA JACKSON—“Doris”—Luther Jackson High School 1, 2; French Club; Science Club; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Hockey 4; Cheer¬ leader 1; Monogram Club 3, 4; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3. DOROTHY LEE JACKSON—“Dorothy”—McLean High School 1; Pep Club 2, 3; President 4; Keyette Club 3, 4; French Club 2; Of¬ fice Staff 3, 4; “Friendliest” 4. PATTY ANN JAFFRAY—“Patty”—J.E.B. Stuart High School 2; Clint¬ on High School 1; Paper 1; Junior National Honor Society 1; French Club 1; Madrigals 2, 4; Keyette Club 2, 3, 4; Swimming Club 2; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “The King and I” 2. ELIZABETH JEAN JENKINS—“Betty Jean”—Ice Skating Club 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4; F.H.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; Y.F.C. Club 3. NANCY JO JENNINGS—“Nancy”—Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Keyette Club 3, Secretary 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. CHRISTINE ANN JOHNSON—“Chris”—D.E. Club 4. CYNTHIA JEAN JOHNSON—“Cindy”—I.C.T. Club 3; Class Sec¬ retary 1. JUDITH LYNNE JOHNSON—“Judy”-—-Paw Print 3, 4; Jaguar Journal 4; F.T.A. Club 4; Pep Club 3; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; Red Cross Club 2; Basketball Manager 2; Madrigals 4; Glee Club 1; “Good-bye My Fancy” 2; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; Guidance Office Staff 4. GARY HOWARD JOHNSTON—“Gary”—Bangor High School 1; Winnacunnet High School 2, 3; Science Club 3; Swimming Club 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 3. NANCY ELLEN JONES—“Nancy”—French Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, Secretary 4; Keyette Club 3, 4; Majorette Club 1, 2; Basketball 1; Majorette 2, 3, 4; Office Staff 3, 4. PAUL NELSON JONES—“Paul”— ROBERT TOWNER JONES—“Bob”—Junior Civitan Club 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Pep Club 2; Track 2. RUTH CAROLINE JONES—“Ruth”—Bowling Club 1, 2. VICKI LYNN JONES—“Vicki”—Pep Club 1, 2; F.H.A. Club 2; Art Club 4; “Music Man” 2; Clinic Staff 3. LUANN JULIAN—“Luann”—East Fairmont High School 1; Ice Skating Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. Club 3; V.O.T. Club 4; Y-Teens 1; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3. JACQUELINE DIANE JULIANO—“Jackie”—Pep Club 1, 2, 3; V.O.T. Club 4; F.B.L.A. Club 3. NANCY JANE KELLER—“Nancy”—Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; American History Honor Society 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; French National Honor Society 3, 4; Keyette Club 2, 3, President 4; Class Treasurer 3; S.C.A. Treasurer 4; A.F.S. Club 3; Pep Club 1, 2; Red Cross Council 2; Guidance Office Staff 2, 3, 4; Sweetheart Court 4. JAMES VINCENT KELLY—“Jim”—Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; Track 1, 2; Football 2, 3; Library Staff 2, 3, 4; Class Vice-Presi¬ dent 3; S.C.A. Delegate to Richmond 3. DONALD BENEDICT KINDER—“Don”—I.C.T. Club 3, 4; Foot¬ ball 2. ROSE MARY KING—“Rose”—F.B.L.A. Club 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; V.O.T. Club 4. DAVID P. KINTSFATHER, JR.—“Dave”—American History Honor Society 3; Debate Club 1, 2, 3; Chess Club Secretary 2, President 3, Vice-President 4; Skating Club 2, President 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; National Honor Society 4. KAREN LYNN KIRBY—“Karen”—Cheyenne Central High School 1, 2; Paper 1; F.T.A. Club 3, 4; French Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Office Staff 4; Debate Team 2; Pep Club 2. WILLIAM WESLEY KLEIN, JR.—“Bill”—Yearbook Business Man¬ ager 4; Football 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICK EDWARD KLEWICKI—“Pat”—Key Club 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1. KATHRYN ANN KNEPLEY— “Katie” —Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 1; Office Staff 4; “Most De¬ pendable” 4. PAUL KUTTLER—“Paul”—Junior Civitan Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 4, Captain 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. LINDA ANNE KVAM— “Linda” —Jaguar Journal 1, First Page Editor 2; Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4; Paw Print 1; National Honor Society 3, 4; Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; American History Honor Society 3; Quill Scroll 3, President 4; Pep Club 1, 4; Keyette Club 3, 4; French Club Vice-President 3; Press Club 3, 4; Softball 1; Student Staff 3; Class President 2. RICHARD OWEN LANDMAN—“Richard”—Chess Club; Track 2; Wrestling 3. SUSAN E. LANIER—“Susan”— ELEANOR CAMERON LAWRY— “Camie” —Southwest High School 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; A.F.S. Club 4. JANET LEA LEAVITT— “Janet” —John Hanson High School 1; Latin Club 2, 3; Science Club 1; Ice Skating Club 4; “The Red Mill” 1; Science Fair Third Place 1. Page 199 Senior Directory MARY LOUISE LEDANE—“Mary”—National Honor Society 3, 4; French National Honor Society 4; Keyette Club 3, 4; Monogram Club 1, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 2; President 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Bas¬ ketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2; Clinic Staff 3, 4; “Most Athletic” 4. BRUCE CALVIN LEDLEY—“Bruce”—Zama High School; Ayer High School; Catonsville High School. ROBERT CHESTER LEEPER— ' ‘Bob ’—Yearbook Staff 4; Band 1 2, 3, 4; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 3; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; National Honor Society 4; Letter of Commendation Merit Scholarship 4. JANET SUE LEMMER— “Janet” —Letter of Commendation Merit Scholarship 4; Paw Print 3, 4; Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4; Art Club Secretary 2; Red Cross Council 3, Treasurer 2, 4; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; “The Mouse That Roared” 3; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “Arsenic and Old Lace” 4. JAMES ALLEN LEONARD— “Jim” —Virginia High School; Science Club 1; Football 1; Basketball 1. RAYMOND D. LIPTRAP—“Raymond”— DANIEL CLEVELAND LOCKE—“Dan”—Junior Civitan Club; Var¬ sity Club; Track 1, 2, 3; Football 2; Cross-Country 3. RALPH LOUIS LORENZO—“Ralph”—Junior Civitan Club 3, 4; Var¬ sity Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. KENNETH ALLEN LOUSTALOT—“Ken”—Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; Thespian National Honor Society 3, 4; American His¬ tory Honor Society 3; A.F.S. Club 3, 4, Exchange Student 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2; French Club 1, 2; Madrigals 3, 4; “Carou¬ sel” 1; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “The Mouse That Roared” 3; “Arsenic and Old Lace” 4. SHERYL NADINE LOWE—“ Sheryl” —Kingston High School 1, 2, 3; Y-Teens 1; French Club 2; Office Staff 1, 2, 3; Hockey 1, Basketball 1; I.C.C. 2, 3. DONALD SCOTT LOWRY—“Don”—Elizabeth Cobb High School; Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1. JOHN RICHARD LUCAS— “John” —I.C.T. Club Vice-President 4; Latin Club 2; Baseball 1, 2; Football 2. KATHERINE HUBER LUDLOW—“Kathi”—Yearbook 4; Junior Na¬ tional Honor Society 1, 2; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; Softball 1; “Good-bye My Fancy” 2; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “The Mouse That Roared” 3; Office Staff 2, 3, 4; Letter of Commendation Merit Scholarship 4. JUDITH ANN LUNSFORD—“Judy”—F.H.A. Club 1, 2, 3; F.B.L.A. Club Vice-President 3; Ice Skating Club 3. BETTY L. LUSKEL—“Betty”—Pep Club 1, 2, 3. RICHARD ALAN MABRY—“ Richard” —Varsity Basketball Manager 3 4; “Most School Spirited” 4. KAREN LANSDOWNE MACKENZIE—“Karen”—American History Honor Society 3; Keyette Club 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; A F S Club 3, Treasurer 4; Red Cross Club 2, 4, Secretary 3; Hockey 2, 4 Co- Captain 3. ’ ’ ANN LILLIAN MACMILLAN—“Ann”—Pep Club 2; Ice Skating Club 3; Bowling Club 1. MARY ANN MAFFETT—“Mary Ann”—V.O.T. Club 4; “Dear Ruth” BARBARA ANN MALE—“Barbara”—Paw Print 2, 3, 4; Jaguar Journal 3; Second Page Editor 4; Junior National Honor Society 2- National Honor Society 3, 4; Quill Scroll 3, Vice-President 4; Pep Club 1, 2. RODNEY CHARLES MANGANELLO—“Rodney”—French Club Science Club 4. ’ ELIZABETH ANN MARCEY—“Ann”—Monogram Club 3; F.B.L.A. Club 4; V.O.T. Club 4; Softball 3. GEORGE EDWARD MARCEY—“George”—Track 2, 3, 4; Cross- Country 3; Football 4. JOHN MICHAEL MARK—“John”—Saint Augustine High School; Track 1. BETTY LORRAINE MARTENESS—“Marty”—Monogram Club 3; Reporter 4; Ice Skating Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. Club 4; Spanish Club 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Clinic Staff 4. EDWARD ALLEN MARTIN—“Eddie”—Thespian Honor Society 3, Treasurer 4; Junior National Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 4; German Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4; A.F.S. Club 4; “Good-bye My Fancy” 2; “Slice It Thin” 3; “Man in the Bowler Hat” 3; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “The Mouse That Roared” 3; “Arsenic and Old Lace” 4; “Most Talented” 4; S.P.T.A. Drama Award 3. WILLIAM EDWARD MASCHAL—“Bill”—South Union High School 1, 2; Yearbook 2; Newspaper 2; National Honor Society 3, Chaplain 4; German Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES EDWARD MATTHIAS—“Jim”—Varsity Club 3, 4; Junior Civitan Club 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. DONNA MARIE McGOWAN—“Donna”—Aqua Fria Union High School; George Washington High School; F.H.A. Club 1; Girls League 1; G.A.A. 1; Bowling 2. MICHAEL JOSEPH McKINLEY—“Mike”—J.E.B. Stuart High School 1; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Cross-Country 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 4; “Friendliest” 4. JANE DOLORES McLAUGHLIN—“Jane”—Paw Print 3; Pep Club 2; Keyette Club 3, 4; French Club 2; A.F.S. Club 2, Secretary 3, Presi¬ dent 4; Office Staff 3, 4; Madrigals 4; “Music Man” 2; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “Arsenic and Old Lace” 4; Inter-Club Council. WALTER PIERCE McWHIRT—“Walter”—American History Honor Society 3; Spanish Club 2, 4; Track 3. PATRICIA SUE MEYER— “Patty” —Paw Print Production Editor 4; American History Honor Society 3; Pep Club 1, 2; F.B.L.A. Club 3; Keyette Club 4; Cheerleader 1, 2; Office Staff 3; Guidance Office Staff 4; Senior Council 4; Girl Senator 2. JOSEPH ANTHONY MICALE—“Joe”—Junior Civitan Club 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. CAROL JEAN MOFFATT— ' “Carol”— Pep Club 1; F.B.L.A. Club 4. PAMELA ANN MONCURE— “Pam” —Art Club 2; Ice Skating Club 1; Glee Club 1; “Music Man” 2. CAROL MARIE MOORE— “Carol” —Pemberton Township High School 1; G.A.A. 1; F.T.A. Club 3, Treasurer 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; School Store Staff 4; Color Guard 3, 4; Basketball. WILLIAM DWIGHT MORRIS— “Bill” —Junior National Honor So¬ ciety 2; National Honor Society 4; Thespian Honor Society 4; Latin Club 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Science Club 3, 4; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; Class Vice-President 4; “Slice It Thin” 3; “The Mouse That Roared” 3; “Arsenic and Old Lace” 4; “Personality Plus” 4. SANDRA SUE MOTT— “Sue” —Cary High School 1; Thomas Jefferson High School 2; Junior National Honor Society 1; French National Honor Society 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; A.F.S. Club 3; Y-Teens 2; F.T.A. Club 2; “Music Man” 2; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “Slice It Thin” 3; “The Mouse That Roared” 3; Thespian Na¬ tional Honor Society 2. DWIGHT DAVID MUSE— 1 ‘Dwight”— I.C.T. Club 1, 2. Page 200 Senior Directory SHEILA ELIZABETH MUSGRAVE—“Sheila”—A.F.S. Club 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2; “Carousel” 1; Hockey 1; Softball 1; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “The Mouse That Roared” 3. CARL DOUGLAS NELSON—“Doug”—Brooklyn High School 1, 2; Latin Club 1, 2; German Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Golf 3, 4; Basket¬ ball 1. NICHOLAS JOHN NESTRO—“Nick”—Football 3, 4; Track Manager 2 . EVELYN S. NEUHUT—“Evelyn”—Paw Print 4; Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; National Honor Society 4; Red Cross Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; French Club 3; Ice Skating Club 3; Keyette Club 3, 4; Hockey 3. JOHN FREDERICK NEWMAN—“John”—J.E.B. Stuart High School 1. ANN MARIE O’HARA—“Ann”— J.E.B. Stuart High School 1; French Club 1; Pep Club 3, 4; Ice Skating Club 3. STEPHEN PAUL OLOWIANY—“Steve”—Art Club 4; Ice Skating Club 1; French Club 4; Basketball 4; Track 1, 2, 4. SHERRY LEE OLSON— “Sherry ”—Paw Print 4; Junior National Honor Society 2; Red Cross Club 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. Club 3; Pep Club 4; Office Staff 3; Clinic Staff 4. LINDA LAVERNE ORNDORFF—“Linda”—“Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; Glee Club 1. JOHN PAUL OSWALD—“John”—O’Connell High School. MARGARET ALLEN OTIS—“Margaret”—George Mason High School 1; Jaguar Journal; Pep Club 1; Press Club 4; Majorette 1, 2. JOHANNE PATRICIA OWEN—“Johanne”—Pep Club 1, 2; Art Club 1; “Music Man” 2; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “Dear Ruth” 2; Clinic Staff 3. MARIAN VIRGINIA OWENS—“Marian”—Jaguar Journal 4; A.F.S. Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 3, 4; Press Club 4; F.B.L.A. Club 3, 4; “Carousel” 1; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3. SUSAN LINDA OWENS— “Susie ”—Paw Print 3; Junior National Hon¬ or Society 1, 2; National Honor Society 4; French Club 1; “Music Man” 2; “Carousel” 1; “Bve, Bye Birdie” 3; “Good-by My Fancy” 2; “Dear Ruth” 3; Madrigals 3, 4. JUDITH ANNE PACE— “Judy ”—Thomas Jefferson High School 1; Latin Club 2, President 3; F.B.L.A. Club 4. ELEANOR KATHERINE PAGLUCA—“Eleanor”—Jaguar Journal 1; Pep Club 1; Spanish Club 2; F.B.L.A. Club 3. KATHRYN JEANNE PARKER—“Kathy”—Sacred Heart Academy 1; Santa Ana Valley High School 2; Tustin High School 2, 3; News¬ paper 1, 2; Radio Club 2; F.N.A. Club 2; G.A.A. Club 1, 2, 3; Bas¬ ketball 1, 2, 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Yearbook 1. REX G. PARR, JR.—“Rex”—Zama American High School 1, 2, 3; Jaguar Journal 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; School Paper 3. WANDA LEE PATT—“Wanda”—F ' .H.A. Club 1, Vice-President 2, President 3; F.B.L.A. Club 3, 4; “Dear Ruth” 2; “Bood-bye My Fancy” 2; “The Mouse That Roared” 3. JOANNE E. PEDONE—“Joanne”—Pep Club 2; Marjorette Club 1; Ice Skating Club 2, 3; Majorette 2. JANICE RUTH PELL—“Janice”—Thorpe High School 1; French Club 1, 3; Red Cross Club 3, Secretary 4; Drama Club 1; Pep Club 3, 4. GREGORY MICHAEL PHILBRICK—“Greg”—Jaguar Journal 1, 2; French Club 3; Basketball 1; Track 3, 4; Football 1, 4. JOHN WILLIAM PIFER—“John”—Y.F.C. Club 3; Basketball Man¬ ager 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Wind Ensemble 2, Secretary 2, 3, 4; “Dear Ruth” 2; “Good-bye My Fancy” 2; “Slice It Thin” 3; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “Arsenic and Old Lace” 4; Office Staff 3, 4; I.B.M. Staff 3, 4; School Store Staff 3, 4; Key Club 4. DALE ELIZABETH PLASTINO—“Dale”—French Club 1, 2; Y.F.C. Club 3; Skating Club I, Treasurer 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 3; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3. HAROLD CRAWFORD PLEASANTS—“J. R Nuruberg High School. MARY KATHARYN PLOWMAN—“Mary”—Stratford High School 1; F.H.A. Club 1; F.B.L.A. Club 3, 4; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; V.O.T. Club 4. MANUELA POGGI—“Manuela”—Instituto Magistrale Statle “Matilde de Canossa” 1, 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. Club 4; Keyette Club 4; National Honor Society 4; Foreign Exchange Student to Falls Church High 4; Volleyball 1. ALLAN JENNINGS POHLMAN—“Alan”—J.E.B. Stuart High School 1 . JUDITH MERLE POWERS—“Judy”—Paw Print 3, 4; Red Cross Club 1, 2, Vice-President 3, Chaplain 4; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; French Club 4; Madrigals 3, 4; “Music Man” 2; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “Carousel” 1. CAROL ANN RADCLIFFE—“Carol”—George Washington High School 1, 2; Paw Print 4; “Brigadoon” 1. MARTHA JANE RAFFERTY—“Martha”— JOHN STEVE RAINS— “John ”—George Marston High School 1; Mun¬ delein High School 2; German Club 4; Varsity Club 4; Baseball 1, 2; Cross-Country 2, 3, 4. CAROL ANN RANDALL— “Carol ”—Jaguarettes 1; Softball 1. ROXINE RENAE RANDOLPH—“Rocky”—Fort Myers High School 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Science Club 3. FRANCIA ANN REED—“Francia”—Yearbook 3, Editor 4; Quill Scroll 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. Club 1; F.T.A. Club 4; A.F.S. Club 4; Keyette Club 4; Student Staff 4. ROY ERVIN REEL—“Roy”—Northwestern High School 1, 2, 3. MARK GEORGE REINGRUBER—“Mark”—I.C.T. Club 4. THOMAS J. REYNOLDS—“Tom”—Key Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4. JAMES WARNER RHOTON— “Jimmy” —D. E. Club Vice-President 4; “Dear Ruth” 2. STEPHEN EDWARD RICHESON—“Steve”—Ice Skating Club 4; Cross-Country 2, 3; Track 3; Wrestling Manager 4. DOUGLAS WAYNE RICKS—“Doug”—Chess Club Treasurer 1, Sec¬ retary 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Science Club 2, 4; Debate Club 2. JUDY KAY RITCHIE—“Judy”—Pep Club 3, 4; F.H.A. Club 2, 3; Ice Skating Club 3, 4; Jaguarettes 1. GORDON JOCHEN RITTER—“Gor don”—Massanutten Military Academy 1, 2, 3; Tennis 2, 3; Football 2; Baseball 1. SANDRA DIANE ROBEY—“Sandy”—J.E.B. Stuart High School 1. JERRY L. ROLEY—“Jerry”—Junior Civitan Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2. Page 201 Senior Directory LARRY EUGENE SAMPSON—“Larry”—Thespian Honor Society Chap¬ lain 3, President 4; German Club 2, 4;. Y.F.C. Club 2, 4; Basketball Manager 1; “Carousel” 1; “Music Man” 2; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “Dear Ruth” 2; “Good-bye My Fancy” 2; “Slice It Thin” 3; “The Mouse That Roared” 3; Office Staff 2, 3, 4; School Store Staff r 2, 3, 4. SUZANNE REBECCA SAUVEUR—“Suzanne”—Spanish Club 4; Paw Print 4. JOSEPH EDWARDS SCHAFER—“Joe”— NANCY MAE SCHLUETER—“Nancy”—School Store Staff 4. HENRY AUGUST SCHUTZ—“Henry”—J.E.B. Stuart High School 1; Junior Civitan Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; “Tiny Yokum” 4. RUURD CAREL SEGAAR— “Rudy” —Francis C. Hammond High School 1; American History Honor Society 3; French Honor Society 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; German Club President 3, 4; Ice Skating Club 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 3, 4; Class Senator 4; “Most Dependable” 4. BONNIE LOUISE SHANNAHAN—“Bonnie”—Arundel High School; Kaiserslautern American High School; German Club 3; Pep Club 3; F.B.L.A. Club 4. BONNIE LEE SHARPLESS—“Bonnie”—F.B.L.A. Club 3. WINSOR LEE SHEPARD—“Winsor”—Student Staff 3. CHARLES HENRY SHERIN— “Charlie” —Jaguar Journal 2, 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. ROBERT PRICE SHERMAN—“Bob”—Junior Civitan Club 4; Science Club 3, 4. MARTHA LEE SIMPSON—“Martha”— MARY A. SIMPSON—“Mary”—F.B.L.A. Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Ice Skating Club 4. ROBERTA ANN SIMPSON—“Ann”—Jaguar Journal 2; Paw Print 2, Assistant Production Editor 3, Editor 4; French National Honor So¬ ciety 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Junior National Honor Society 2; Na¬ tional Honor Society 4; Keyette Club 3, Corresponding Secretary 4; Pep Club 1; French Club 2, President 3, 4; Senior Class Council 4; Inter-Club Council 4. MELANIE JOAN SIRPIS— “Mel” —J.E.B. Stuart High School 1; Paw Print 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Keyette Club 2, 3, District Representative 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Basketball 3; “Music Man” 2; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; Cheerleader 2; Senior Class Council 4. MICHAEL W. SLIMAK—“Mike”—Football 1, 2, 3; “Bye, Bye Birdie” DAVID WALTER SMITH— “Dave” —Jaguar Journal; Science Club. KAREL ANN SMITH— “Karel” —Bellevue High School 1; Yearbook 3, Features Editor 4; National Honor Society 4; A.F.S. Club 3, 4- Red Cross Club 3, 4; F.T.A. Club 4; Pep Club 1; Latin Club 1.’ MARSHA SUSAN SMITLI—“Marsha”—Yearbook 4; Pep Club 2. ROY BRUCE SMITH—“Roy”—I.C.T. Club 4. KENNETH WILFRED SOUCY—“Ken”—Key Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4;’ Baseball 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Student Staff 3; “Honest Abe” 4; Class Senator 2. SHEILA MAR4: SPARKS— “Sheila” —East High School 1, 2; Jaguar Journal ' Third Page Editor 4; Quill Scroll 4; Press Bureau 3; Presi¬ dent 4; A.F.S. Club 4; Debate Team 3, 4; Clinic Staff 4; Inter-Club Council 4. CHARLES FREDERICK SPEACHT—“Chuck”—Football 1, 2; Bas¬ ketball 1; Golf 1, 2, 3. BONNIE MAE STAHL—“Bonnie”—Yearbook 4; American History Honor Society 3, Vice-President 4; Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Cheerleader 2; Madrigals 4; Class Senator 1; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; Letter of Com¬ mendation Merit Scholarship 3. CATHERINE A. STANGE— “Cathy”—O’Connell High School 1, 2; Orchestra 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Choraliers 2. JOE B. STEPHENSON— “Joe ”—Key Club 3, 4; A.F.S. Club 3; Base¬ ball 1, 2; Wrestling 3, 4; Golf 3, 4. NANCY LOUISE STEVENSON—“Nancy”—Paw Print 4; Junior Na¬ tional Honor Society 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, Secretary 4; American History Honor Society 3, 4; French National Honor So¬ ciety 3; Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Red Cross Club 2, 3, 4; Keyette Club 3, Treasurer 4; A.F.S. Club 2, 3, 4; Madrigals 2, 3, 4; Carousel 1, “Music Man” 2; “Good-bye My Fancy” 2; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3. MARY ELLEN STICKLEY—“Mary”—Yearbook 4; Junior National Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; F.H.A. Club 1, 2; A.F.S. Club 4. LINDA LEE STOREY—“Linda”— GERALDINE LEE STRAND—“Gerrie”—Library Staff 2. KERN WILLIAM STRICKLAND—“Kern”—J.E.B. Stuart High School 1; Fencing 2. FREDERICK GEORGE STROLIL—“Fred”—Frankfurt American High School. PATRICIA JANE STUDDS—“Pat”—Pep Club 3. JAMES L. TALLEY—“Jim”—Track 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 3, 4. DONNA SUE TATE—“Donna”—Bowling Club 1; Pep Club 1, 2; French Club 1, 2, 4; Ice Skating Club 2. JUDY KAY TATE—“Judy”—Latin Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; “Daisy Mae” 4. MARY CAROLE TATUM—“Mary”—Keyette Club 4; F.B.L.A. Club 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Girl Senator 4. JOHN RAYMOND TAVENNER—“Jack”—Key Club 2, 3, President 4; Jaguar Journal Sports Editor 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 4. SHARON ANN THARPE—“Sharon”—Hilliard High School 1; G.A.A. 1; Pep Club 1; F.B.L.A. Club 4. DAVID CHRISTIE THOMAS—“Dave”—Paris American High School 1, 2; Varsity Club 3, 4; Junior Civitan Club 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Football 3. GREGORY McQUEEN THOMAS—“Greg”—Lawrence High School; German Club 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4. CHARLES F. THOMPSON—“Charlie”—Junior Civitan Club; Baseball 2; Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; “Most Athletic” 4. GREGORY KEITH THOMPSON—“Greg”—French Club 4. RONALD WILLIAM TONSTAD—“Ron”—Football 1. JAMES TOTH— “Jim " —Thespian Honor Society 3, 4; German Club 1, 2, 3; “Good-bye My Fancy” 2; “Dear Ruth” 2; “Slice It Thin” 3; “Music Man” 2; “Bye, Bve Birdie” 3; “The Mouse That Roared” 3; “Arsenic and Old Lace” 4. WILLIAM S. TRAPP—“Bill”—Wakefield High School. Page 202 Senior Directory JUDY LORETTA TRENARY—“Judy”—F.B.L.A. Club; Ice Skating Club. LINDA ANN TRIMMER—“Linda”— JULIE ANNE TUCKER— ' ‘Julie”— F.B.L.A. Club 4. PATRICK JOSEPH TUNNEY—“Pat”—O’Connell High School 1, 2, 3; Track 1; Football 2. DIANNE GAIL WALKER—“Dee”—Walter Johnson High School 2; National Honor Society 4; American History Honor Society 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Drama Club 2; “Slice It Thin” 3; “The Mouse That Roared” 3; “Arsenic and Old Lace” 4; Letter of Com¬ mendation Merit Scholarship 3. MICHAEL THOMAS WALTERS—“ Mike”—Flint Hill Prep School; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 2. JOHN FRANKLIN WATKINS—“John”—Kramer High School 1; Paper 1; Baseball 3. LINDA ATWOOD WATTS—“Linda”—French Club 2, 3; Pep Club 1; J.E.B. Stuart High School 1. EDWARD STEPHEN WEBSTER—“Eddie”— WILMA KATHRYN WELLS—“Kathy”—Paw Print 3; Circulation Edi¬ tor 4; Yearbook 4; American History Honor Society 3; Keyette Club 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Staff 3, 4; Girl Senator 3; Senior Council 4; “Wolf Gal” 4. ROBERT PAUL WEST—“Bob”—National Honor Society 3, 4; Na¬ tional Thespian Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Y.F.C. Club 3, 4; “Dear Ruth” 2; “The Mouse That Roared” 3; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “Music Man” 2; “Carousel” 1; “Arsenic and Old Lace” 4; “Slice It Thin” 3; “Man in the Bowler Hat” 3. MARSHALL ELLIS WHITENTON—“Mark”—Campo Alegre High School 1; Newspaper Editor 1; National Honor Society 3, President 4; Junior National Honor Society 2; Spanish Club 2, 4, Vice-President 3; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Debate 4; Track 3; Class Presi¬ dent 1; S.C.A. President 4; “It’s Academic” 4; “Most Likely to Suc¬ ceed” 4; Class Senator 3; Letter of Commendation Merit Scholar¬ ship 3. JAMES F. WIGGINS—“Jim”—I.C.T. Club 4. TILDEN CLAY WILLETT—“Till”—German Club 2. BONNIE E. WILLIAMS—“Bonnie”—Pep Club 2; F.B.L.A. Club 3. LINDA LOU WILLIAMS—“Linda”—First Prize in Science Fair 2; F.B.L.A. Club 3, 4; F.T.A. Club 3, Vice-President 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3; Student Staff 3, 4; Jaguarettes 1. NINA DAY WILLIAMS—“Nina”—Pep Club 1, 2, 3; A.F.S. Club 3; “Slice It Thin” 3; “Music Man” 2. PEGGY ARON WILLIAMS—“Peggy”—J.E.B. Stuart High School 1. PHILLIP DOUGLAS WILLIAMS—“Phil”—Darlington High School 3; Cross-Country 2, 4; Baseball 3; Track 2, 4. ALAN ERNEST WOLCOTT—“Alan”— GLORIA ANN WOOD— “Gloria ”—Jaguar Journal Advertising Manager 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Press Club 3, Treasurer 2; A.F.S. Host 3, A.F.S. Club 2, 3; German Club 1, 2, 3; “Dear Ruth” 2; “Music Man” 2; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “Slice It Thin” 2; “The Mouse That Roared” 3; “Man in the Bowler Hat” 3; “Arsenic and Old Lace” 4; Sweet¬ heart Court 1, 3; Homecoming Court 2. SARA A. WOODMANSEE— “Sally ”—Monticello High School 1; Paw Print 4; American History Honor Society 3, 4; National Honor So¬ ciety 3, 4; Science Club 4; “It’s Academic” 4; Letter of Commenda¬ tion Merit Scholarship 3. JUDITH ANN WOODRING—“Judy”—Spanish Club 4. CHRISTY NADINE WRIGHT— “Chris ”—Jaguar Journal Third Page Editor 2; Paw Print 1, 2; Junior National Honor Society 1, 2; Ameri¬ can History Honor Society 3; French Club 2, 3; Press Bureau 1, 2, 3; Clinic Staff 4; Letter of Commendation Merit Scholarship 3; Year¬ book 4. JOHN FLOYD WRIGHT—“John”—Football 1; Band 1, 2, 3, Presi¬ dent 4; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3. LIONEL DORSEY WORTHY—“Dorsey”—J.E.B. Stuart High School 1; German Club 3; Track 1, 2; Band 1, 2, Manager 3, 4; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; Wind Ensemble 3; Dance Band 3, 4. WILLIAM PATRICK YONUSHONIS—“Bill”—Ludwigsburg High School 1; Pleidelberg High School 2, 3; Physical Science Club 1, 2; Varsity Club 2, 3; Junior Civitan Club 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 4, Captain 3; Soccer 1, 2, 3. KAREN ANNE ZAVINSKY—“Karen”—J.E.B. Stuart High School 1; Paw Print 4; National History Honor Society 3, 4; F.H.A. Club 1, 2; Pep Club 4; “Music Man” 2; “Bye, Bye Birdie” 3; “Good-bye My Fancy” 2; “The Mouse That Roared” 3; Majorettes 3, 4; Skating Club 3, 4; Forensics 2, 3; Class Sergeant-at-Arms 4. Page 203 Index Abrams, Clifford.72, 152, 166 Adams, Gary.40 Ainsley, Helen.72 Ainsley, Mary.92 Ake, Walter.92, 172, 173 Akers, James.92, 146 Albrecht, Edward.143 Albritton, John.84, 172 Alderson, Richard.40, 123, 152 Alexander, Gayle.92 Allen, Joseph.92, 172 Allen, Patricia.84 Allison, James.92 Almy, Natalie.92 Alsager, Richard.40, 136 Altman, Charles.41 Ambler, Alan.84 Amme, Robert.84, 129 Amole, Janet.84, 132 Anderson, Diana.84, 143 Anderson, John.92, 172, 173 Anderson, Judith.41, 106, 109, 124, 142, 143 Anderson, Sandy.92, 142 Anderson, Susan.72, 114 Anderson, Warren.92 Andrews, Christine.84, 135, 176 Andruska, Jane.41, 110, 114, 125, 139 Anthony, Louis.72 Anthony, Sara.41, 116, 118 Arden, Stephen .84 Argiropoulous, Georgia.72 Ami, Edward.41 Arnold, Jeannette.84, 108, 114 Arnold, Timothy.84, 108, 130, 136 Ashby, Linda .41 Ashford, Karen .92 Ashford, Richard.92, 104 Ashford, Roger.41, 42, 142 Ashley, Gaynell .72 Ashwell, Karen.18, 42, 104, 105, 110, 124, 129, 139, 146, 156, 182, 183, 188, 190 Atherton, Sandra .93 Attiliis, Marie .72, 137 Attiliis, Howard.93 Atwater, Susan.93, 132 Augustine, Archie .72 Austin, John .93 Austin, Kathleen.92, 93, 118 Austin, Michael .93 Ayoub, Peter .93 Ayoub, Vera .93 Ayres, Barbara.72, 124, 135, 176, 179 Babbish, Maureen.93, 144 Bageant, Earl .84 Bageant, Susan .42 Bailey, Frances .93 Bailey, Joyce .72 Bailey, Linda .84 Baird, Oscar.84 Baker, Christopher .93 Baker, James .72 Baker, Mark.42 Baker, Mary .72 Ball, Kathleen .84 Ball, Sharon .93, 141 Ballard, Forrest .73, 113, 121, 153 Ballou, Susan .93 Barber, Hal .84 Bardo, Patricia .93 Barile, Cora .73 Barker, Judy.73 Barnes, Richard .84 Barrack, David .93, 143, 172, 173 Barrick, Dale .93 Barrus, Sharon .93, 141 Bartlett, Linda .84 Barton, Sandra.84, 104, 133, 141 Bastress, Sharon .41, 42, 184 Bates, Mary .73 Bates, Richard .93, 143 Batts, Linda .73 Baumgardner, B. G.19, 93 Beane, Dennis .93 Beck, Fredrick .73 Beck, Thomas .93 Beech, James.84, 173 Beech, Len .93, 173 Beeman, Linda .73, 177 Behrend, Gary .93, 104, 108, 142, 143 Behrend, Michele.40, 41, 42, 105, 106, 108, 124, 187, 191 Behrman, Daniel . 42 Belknap, Marilyn .84, 116, 142 Bell, Kevin .84, 142 Bell, Mills.42, 106, 143 Bell, William .73, 121, 152, 168 Belyea, Robert.85, 143, 172, 174 Benedict, Patricia .73, 135, 176, 190 Bennett, Arthur .84, 108 Bennett, Carolyn .85 Bennett, Claudia.73, 114 Bennett, Kearney .42 Bennett, Virginia .93 Benoski, Susan .42, 110 Benson, Liz .93 Benson, Marion .43 Benton, Robert .85 Bertram, Susan .73 Betts, John .93 Bevans, Elizabeth .73 Biagi, Leonard .43 Bibb, John .85 Bibb, Linda .43, 132 Biekham, Kevin .93 Bickham, Lynn .43, 138 Biekham, Margaret .73, 138 Bischoff, Michael .43 Bisson, Linda .93, 141 Black, Brian .43, 123, 133, 187 Black, Dickie .85 Black, Kathy .73 Black, William .85 Blackwell, James .73 Blair, Howard .85 Blake, Kathleen .40, 41, 43, 106, 116, 124, 136, 139, 191 Blake, Patricia .85 Blake, Robert .85, 108, 136, 139, 141 Bledsoe, Gary .85, 108 Blum, Michael.73, 137, 139 Bobby, Barbara .73, 145 Bobby, George .93 Bobel, Philip.73, 105, 110, 122 Boger, Bruce .84, 85, 121, 173 Boger, Douglas .85, 121, 138 Boland, Barbara .93 Booze, William .93 Borden, Pamela .43 Botkin, Owen .93, 172 Botos, Christopher .85, 143 Bowen, Clarence .73, 162, 172 Bowen, Elissa .93 Bowen, Susan .85 Bowes, Daniel.73, 152, 168 Bowman, Kathleen .19, 73, 118, 124, 137, 141 Bowman, Robert.73, 104, 109, 122, 139, 142, 144, 159 Boyce, James .73 Boyd, Sandra .85 Bover, Arthur.43 Boyer, David .19, 85, 173 Boyette, Patricia .93 Page 204 Bradford, Cynthia .93 Bradford, Gary .43 Bradley, Thomas .43, 123, 126, 159, 166 Bradshaw, John .73, 129 Bradshaw, Martha .19, 93, 132 Bramlcy, Eleanor .73 Brandt, Jack .85, 137 Braun, Gary .73 Braun, Larry .93, 134 Brescia, Keith .73, 136, 142, 143 Brescia, Robert.93, 142, 143 Brett, Antoinette.43 Breyer, JoAnn .19, 93, 129, 141, 175, 184 Breyer, John .73, 142 Briggs, lliomas .85 Brightly, Linda .93, 141 Briner, Kathryn.44, 106, 109, 114, 116, 139 Brittain, Jacqueline .44 Brooker, Michael .44 Brooks, David .44, 105, 120 Brooks, Lawrence.73, 159 Brooks, Morris .93, 172, 173 Brown, William .73, 121, 152 Bruntel, Kenneth.85, 108, 168, 172, 174 Bryson, Jane .44, 116, 118 Buck, Thomas .93 Buckingham, Lytle .85, 108 Buckingham, Mary .108 Buddenhagen, Linda .18, 44, 114, 118, 183 Burick, James .74 Burke, Eileen.44 Burkett, John .93 Burgess, Glenna Sue .21, 74, 119, 124 Burney, Nancy .18, 44, 125 Burnham, Craig .44, 162, 189 Burham, Joel.93, 142, 174 Burrell, Linda.21, 74, 132 Burroway, Bette.85, 134 Bush, Linda.85, 116 Byles, Richard .44 Byles, Terry .74 Calhoun, Michael .93, 141 Callahan, David .45, 104, 105, 106; 139, 162 Campbell, Roger .45 Canfield, Janet .93 Canfield, Norman .162, 172 Cappio, Jane .93 Carey, Cheryle.93 Carey, Steve .45 Carl, Linda .85 Carnahan, Lucielle .85 Carpenter, William .85 Carr, Deila .85 Carrier, Daniel .94 Carroll, Franklin.45, 130, 136, 146 Carter, Nancy.94 Carter, Patricia .74 Carter, Richard .94 Carter, Thomas .85 Cary, David .85, 142 Cary, William .45, 138 Casey, Joseph .85 Cash, Betty .85 Castle, Robert .45, 138 Cayot, Michele .74, 106, 109, 114, 125 Cazalas, Andrew .74, 123, 137, 153 Chamberlin, Carol .94 Chambers, Stephen .45 Chapman, James .94 Chewning, Gary .92, 94, 104, 105, 106, 139 Chewning, Jeri. 18, 40, 41, 45, 104, 124, 187, 189 Childress, Robert .173 Christ, Anthony .85, 162, 172 Christ, Jon .94, 174 Christerson, Vallorie.94, 128, 132 Christie, Joan .19, 94 Christopher, Francis .74 Ciffo, Angela .74 Cirlin, Charine.74, 104, 129, 156 Clancy, Robert .74 Cline, Robert .85, 172, 173 Clark, John .45, 138 Clark, Marsha .94, 129, 175, 184 Clark, Robert .46, 110, 120, 143 Clarke, James .46, 138 Clarke, Peggy .46, 143 Clements, Sandra .94 Cockerill, James .94, 143 Codispoti, Gilda .18, 46, 105, 110, 124 Coffey, Jeremiah .138 Coffey, Mary .94 Coffey, Roger .46 Cohen, Cynthia .74, 109, 114, 139 Colaianni, William .74 Cole, Wade .46, 142 Cole, William .94 Collins, James .85 Collins, Ronald .85 Collins, William .94 Collis, Judy .46 Compton, Virginia .94 Converse, Ray.46, 106, 109, 130, 146 Cook, Charles .46, 120, 121 Cook, Leroy.85, 172 Cooney, Sandra .94, 118 Cooper, Carole .94 Cooper, Patricia.74, 141 Corey, Lynn .85, 128 Cornwall, Larry.94, 143 Cornwall, Sherry .94, 142 Cosbey, Daniel . 85 Cosbey, Janice .46 Cosimano, Kenneth .74, 152 Cosimano, Michael .85 Cothran, Jeanne .85 Cothran, Ronald .46, 104, 123, 189 Counts, Larry .94 Courtis, Lisa .46, 106, 109, 116, 139, 142 Cousins, Charles .85 Covington, Mark .94 Cox, Gena .74, 106, 109 Cox, Nancy .85 Craig, Charles .47 Crack, Richard .172, 173 Cragle, Florence .94, 179 Cragle, Margaret .94, 133, 179 Cragle, Patricia.74, 132, 179 Crawford, Barbara .47 Crawford, Dennis .85, 122, 143, 172, 173 Cray, Jeff .94 Creel, Michael .85, 172 Crider, Laura .94, 129, 134, 141 Crowder, Sharry .18, 47 Crown, Barbara .47, 138 Crown, Patricia.19, 94 Cunningham, Harold .74, 143 Curry, Pamela .47, 114 Curtis, Diana .47, 132, 133, 139 Cushing, Robert .74, 126, 136 Daniels, David .85 Daniels, Paulette .74, 141 Danilik, G ail .47 Danilik, Karen .85 Darnall, Michael .74 Dart, Carolyn .86 Davidson, Annette .86, 118 Davidson, Jeanette .19, 85, 179 Davidson, James .94, 108, 172 Davidson, Linda . 47, 118 Davis, Barbara .94, 141 Davis, Sandra .86 Davis, Suzanne .86, 137 Davis, Suzanne P.94, 118, 141 Davison, John .86 Day, Carolyn.47, 105, 106, 109, 114, 126, 136, 139, 141 Dav, Donald .86 Page 205 Dean, James . .74 DeCerbo, Douglas . .94 DeFreitas, Edward . .47 DeFreitas, Paul . . 86 Delaney, Rita . .47 Ddauder, Regina . .17, 74, 106, 109, 116 Dellacasa, Linda . .47, 132, 134, 135 Deloranzo, Kenneth . .94 Delorenzo, Patricia . .74 Demo, Joan . . 86 Deneault, Jacqueline . .74 Deneault, Pauline . . 86 Denny, Jonathan . .94, 173 DePlachett, Mark . .94 DePlachett, William . .74 Derrickson, Richard . . 86 , 146 Derrow, Jeffrey . . . 86 , 134, 172 DeTemple, Patricia . . .92, 94, 118 Dewey, John . .94 Didawick, Sandra . .17, 48, 106, 110 , 126 Dietrich, Patricia . ....74, 114, 129, 137, 141, 156 Dietsch, Deborah . .94 Disidoro, Joseph . .166 Disidoro, Michael . .94 Ditto, Christine . .74 Dixon, Diane . .74 Dodgion, Cheryl. .94 Dodd, Kathleen . .94 Dodson, Gene. .75, 129 Donaldson, Vickie . . 86 Donegan, Gorman . . 86 Donnell, Kerry . .75, 126 Donohue, Richard. . 86 , 172 Dore, Nancy . .48 Dorman, Dorothea . . 86 Douglas, James . . 86 , 168 Douglas, Stephen . . .48, 123, 159 Dowell, Kenneth. .48, 120, 152, 189 Dowell, Nancy. .75 Dovel, John . .75 Doyle, Sheila . . 86 Doyle, Michael . .75 Dressier, David . . 86 , 126 Dressier, Diane . .75, 114 Dressier, Francis . .75 Dronenburg, Jeanette . .94, 141 Dronenburg, Grace . . 86 , 126, 141 Dronenburg, William . .75, 126, 129 Ducker, Gail . .96 Duff, Linda . .48 Dukes, Danny . .94, 173 Dunkum, Robert . .48 Dunlap, Dana . . 86 Dunmire, Linda . .94 Dunphy, Thomas. .48, 138 Duval, John . .48 Duvon, Ann . . .75, 135, 177 Dyer, Alan . .86 Early, Ruth . ...17, 41, 48 Edison, Patricia . . . 21 , 86 , 137 Egnot, Charlotte . .48, 118 Egnot, Michele. .94, 129, 141, 175, 184 Eldridge, John . Eldridge, Patricia . .94 Elliot, Michael . Ellis, John. .75, 122 , 152, 159, 166 Elsasser, Frank . 48 Elsasser, Fran . Embry, Lawrence . Entzminger, William . .75 Epp, George . Ericson, Helen . Erler, Ronald . Evans, Charles . Evans, William . . 86 , 108, 143 Everhard, John . Fades, Robert . Fairbanks, John . Kail, Milton .75, 121, 152 Fallin, Judith .94, 104 Farmer, James .49, 138 Farrell, James. 86 , 121, 172, 174 Farrell, John .49, 120, 121, 137, 152, 162, 186 Fatles, Michael .95 Faust, Ferol .49 Fenwick, Linda .49 Ferguson, Patricia .95 Fernandez, Ian .49 Ferrone, Anita.95, 104, 133, 134, 137, 141 Ferrone, Diana .75, 137, 139 Ferrone, Linda .41, 49, 133, 139 Findley, Craig .18, 75, 143 Fioramonti, Kathryn . 86 , 104, 129, 175 Fisher, Irene .49 Fisher, James .95 Fisher, Joseph .75 Fisher, Susan .95 Fisher, Virginia .75, 104, 114, 135 Fisher, William . 86 Fitzpatrick, Sheri .49 Fitzsimmonds, John . 86 , 113, 172 Flaggs, Donald .95 Fleming, John .49 Flester, Stephen .95 Fletcher, James . 86 Fletcher, Mary .95, 141 Florance, Robert .75 Fogerty, William .49 Ford, Barry .75 Ford, Darlene .49 Fox, Donna . 86 Fox, Richard .50, 109 Franklin, Dorothy . 86 Fravel, Frederick .95, 108 Freeman, Linda .50 Freyer, Bryna . 86 Friend, Sidney . 86 , 143, 172 Frye, John .50, 138 Fuge, Kent .95 Fulmer, Calvin .95 Furlow, Cynthia .95 Furlow, William .50 Fuson, Daniel . 86 , 129 Gadd, Carole .141, 118 Gailliot, Martha.75, 109, 116, 134 Gaines, Mary.75 Gallahan, William.94, 143, 172, 174 Garfield, Larry .95, 173 Garlem, Carol .50 Garnett, Carol .95 Garnett, Kenneth .50 Garrett, Daniel .95 Garrison, Betsy.108 Garvin, Ann .76, 114, 124, 129, 156, 183 Gaskins, Harold . 86 , 172, 173 Gaskins, Paulette .76 Gaut, Charlene .95, 118 Gearhart, Ernest .95 Gerber, Karen .95, 132 Geuder, Glen .84, 86 , 121, 173 Gieseler, Philip . 86 , 108, 136 Gieseler, Sara .50, 116, 139 Gifford, Marjorie .50, 135, 139, 176 Gill, Bernard .95 Gillespie, David .76, 138 Given, Sandra .76 Gleason, Marie .50 Gleason, Philip . 95 Godfrey, Dennis .76, 121, 126, 162 Godlove, Esther.95, 133, 141 Godwin, Kitty . 86 Goff, Linda . 95 Goldfein, Saralee.76, 104, 109, 114, 116, 118, 124, 135, 176 Gooch, Carveth . 95 ; 142 Gooch, Nancy . 76 Gooding, Jeanette .92, 95, 104, 105, 118 Page 206 Gooding, Marjorie .50 Goodman, Elizabeth . 86 , 116 Goodman, Sharon . 86 Goodrich, Mark . 86 Goodson, Angus .95 Goracke, Robert . 86 , 172 Gowin, Belinda .95, 141 Grabill, Maureen .143 Graham, Carol .87, 118, 137 Graham, Kenneth .87 Gramling, Dora .87, 118, 132 Graves, Libby .87, 104 Gray, Donna . 51,138 Green, Natalie .87 Greenberg, Merle .76, 109, 146 Greenfield, Deborah .95, 141 Greenrose, Pirkko .76, 138 Gribbin, Diane .76 Gregory, Kathleen .95, 179 Gregson, Kathleen .87 Gribbin, Donna .87, 137 Griffenhagen, Gary .51, 153 Griffenhagen, Gordon .87, 172 Griffin, Brenda .76 Griffin, Georgia .•■ ■95 Griffin, Jane .51 Griffith, Linda .95, 118 Grim, Dennis .51 Grim, Marcia .84, 87, 132 Grochowski, Stanley .87 Grosvenor, Geoffrey .95, 142 Groves, Jeffrey .95 Groves, Nancy .76, 132 Guenther, Christopher .87, 168 Guerin, Ronald .95, 172 Guernsey, David 76 Guirkin, Janet.51, 114, 125 Gunnels, John .87 Gurri, Martin .87 Gustafson, Gini .76 Haack, Carolyn . . Haase, Valerie . . . Hadley, Harry . . . Haese, Sandra . . Hailman, Alice . . . Hall, David . Hall, Stephen . , Hallama, Sharon Hallstead, Linda . Hamblin, Nancy. . Hamilton, Gloria Hamilton, Thelma Hamm, Patricia . . Hammer, Kenneth Hammer, Stephen Hanfield, Nancy . Hanna, Blythe . Hanna, Robert . . Hansel, Ruth . . . Hansen, Peggy . . . Hardin, Louretta. . Hare, Wendell . Harnage, Kenneth Harrington, Elkton Harris, Clarence . Harris, Elizabeth Harris, John Harris, Kristine . . Harris, Paul . Harris, Victoria . . Hart, Carolyn . . Hart, Linda . Hart, Maxine Hartman, Gary . . Hartman, Harold Hartman, James Ilartsook, Wallace Harvey, John Haske, Irene 20, 76, 126, 139, 142, 143 .95 .95, 172 .76, 132 .76, 108, 113 .95 .95, 172 .87 .17, 76, 104 .95, 108, 176, 179 .87 .95 .95 .76 .95 .118 .76, 138 .76 .77 .77 .95 .95, 141 .95 .51, 152 .87 .51, 114 .95 .95 .77 .77 .77, 109, 116 . 87 .87, 116, 134 .87 .77 .77 .87, 172 .51, 120, 159 .77 Hatton, Wclby .51 Hayes, Elizabeth .96, 135 Hayes, James .87 Hayes, Linda. 18, 51, 124, 183, 186, 189 Hayes, Susan .87 Hayley, John .95 Haynes, Gay. 18, 41, 51, 52, 109, 129, 156, 188, 191 I lays, Alan .87 Head, Lon .77 Healey, Mary .87, 126, 132 Heath, Leann .52, 109 Iledgpeth, Robert .52 Hedgpeth, Terry .87 Hedrick, Linda .87, 141, 179 Heerlein, John .52, 112, 120, 159 Hefti, Stephanie .96 Hegwood, Lois .96 Heishman, Pamela .52, 110, 129, 156, 183 1 Iclslcy, Gloria .96 Hendrick, Becky .52, 138 Henry, Edward . 52, 106, 137 Herbert, William .96, 137, 172 Herling, William .87 Hershey, Charles .52, 153 Hershey, Howard .77 Hershey, Susan .96 Herrity, Bernard .87 Hess, ' Janet.77, 105, 108, 112, 114, 126, 135, 137, 139 Heyde, Thomas .96 Heyde, William .52 Hicks, Regina .77, 132 Higgins, Janet .52 Hill, Edward .52 Hill, Fred .96 Hill, Michael .77, 108 Hill, Stephen .52 Hite, Wendall .96 Hixson, Donald .96, 168, 172, 173 Hixson, Margo .53, 136 Hoernemann, John .77 Hoffman, Harriet.77, 116, 126, 139 Hoffman, Martha.96, 141, 179 Hoffman, Sara .77 Holcomb, Scott .96 Ilolmaas, Andrew .53, 146 Holmans, Janet .87, 116, 134 Holmes, Dallas .19, 53, 136 Holmes, Sandra .87, 118, 132 Ilolzier, James .53, 138 Honey, George .87, 143 Hood, Frank .53 Hooper, Lynn .96, 104, 129, 175, 183 Hooper, Sandra .77 Hopkinson, Nan.77, 104, 105, 114, 116, 118, 125, 135 Horn, Sandra .53, 118 Horning, Deborah .96 Hosmer, Jennie .87 Howard, Charles .92, 96, 105, 108, 136, 139, 168, 172 Howard, Cheryl .53, 106, 108, 112, 114, 135 Howell, Donald .53 Hruneni, Edward .87, 168, 170 Hudock, Charles .87 Hudspeth, Susan .96 Huff, Clara .77, 184, 185 Huff, Linda 18, 53, 106, 114, 124, 129, 156, 184, 185, 186, 189, 190 Huff, Pamela .84, 87, 129, 175, 183 Huff, Sharon .87 Hughes, William.77, 153, 159, 168 Hunsberger, Deborah.96, 137, 141 Hunsberger, Jerome .84, 87, 105 Hunsberger, Karen .87, 104, 108, 129, 133, 175, 184 Hunter, Herbert .87, 172, 173 Hunter, Maureen .17, 18, 87 Hunter, Sharon .53, 108, 109 Huseby, Jennifer .77, 125, 185 Huthwaite, Audrey . 87, 179 Huthwaite, Wendy .53 Huycke, Donald .77, 166 Irvin, Nancy .96 Irving, Thomas .138 Page 207 Jackson, Adrian .21, 53, 135 Jackson, Doris .54, 179 Jackson, Dorothy.41, 54, 118, 119, 125, 139, 186, 191 Jackson, Pauline .87, 177, 179 Jaffray, Patricia . 54, 125, 139 James, Michael .96 James, Nancy .87 James, Ronald .96 Jeffries, Marjorie .54 Jeglum, Sharon .87, 179 Jenkins, Elizabeth .54, 141 Jennings, Nancy .54, 118, 124, 142 Jemigan, Linda .77 Johns, William .96 Johnson, Christine .54 Johnson, Cynthia .54 Johnson, Janet .108 Johnson, Judith. 17, 54, 114, 116, 119, 133, 134, 139 Johnson, Lawrence .87 Johnston, Gary .54, 168 Johnston, Judith .96, 132 Johnston, Kay .96, 104, 142 Johnston, Richard .87 Jolley, John .77 Jones, Barbara .87 Jones, James .77, 20 Jones, Luther .77, 143 Jones, Mostyn .77, 168, 170 Jones, Nancy .41, 54, 119, 125, 145, 190 Jones, Patricia .77 Jones, Paul .54 Jones, Robert .55, 120 Jones, Ruth .55 Jones, Sally .87 Jones, Terrell .78 Jones, Thomas .96, 172 Jones, Vicki .55 Jones, William .96, 172 Judd, John .78, 139, 146 Julian, Luann .55 Julian, Thomas .96 Juliano, Jacqueline .55 Julien, Gilbert .19, 96, 136 Jullien, Robert .78, 122 Juncal, Betty .78 Juncal, Don .96 Juncal, Wayne .87 Kackley, Robert .88, 108 Kadel, Paul .88, 126, 142 Kalen, John .55, 120, 168 Kalen, Peter .78 Kasulaitis, Donald .96 Keen, Carol .88 Kelly, Mary .78, 116, 126 Kelly, Patricia .88, 104 Keller, Nancy .17, 55, 104, 105, 106, 109, 124, 139, 184 Keller, Nancy L.96 Kelley, Jim .19, 55 Kelley, Susan .96, 133 Kennedy, Stephen .96, 168, 172 Kem, Cheryl .97 Kerns, Judy .88 Kems, Sue .88 Kertulla, Kenneth .78 Kidd, Linda .88 Kidwell, Dorothy .97 Kimble, Nancy .78 Kincheloe, Nancy .88, 179 Kinder, Donald .55 138 King, Dorothy .88 King, Kayelaine .78 King, Rose .55 King, Michael .88 Kintsfather, David . 55, 106, 123, 129, 134 Kirby, Karen .18, 55, 133 Klein, Albert . .97 Klein, William.56, 110, 143 Kleinfeld, Anita .78 ; 146 Kleinfelder, Peggy . 88 Klewicki, Michaeline.78, 105, 129, 156, 184 Klewicki, Patrick . 56, 123, 139 Knepley, Kathryn .56, 187 Knight, Barbara .78, 135 Knight, Eric .97 Knight, Margaret .97 Knight, Valerie. 88 , 177, 179 Korbe, Michael . 88 , 137, 142 Kuttler, Paul .56, 120, 121, 162 Kvam, Linda .56, 104, 106, 108, 109, 124, 125, 139 Lacross, Alicia . 88 Lacy, Medford . 88 , 162, 172 Lakas, Joseph .78 Landman, David . 88 Landman, Richard .56 Lane, Judith .78 Lanier, Susan .56 Lanier, Michael .97 Lantz, Judith . 88 Larkin, Carol. 88 , 176, 179 Lauffer, Barbara .97 La wall, Carol . 88 , 109, 114, 133, 142 Lawrence, Kathleen .78, 145 L awry, Eleanor .56, 106 Lawson, Josephine .97, 179 Leach, Raymond . 88 Leavitt, Angela .97, 141 Leavitt, Janet .56 Lebbon, Gail .78, 125, 141, 177, 179 LeDane, Mary.56, 106, 109, 119, 125, 135, 176, 188 Ledley, Bruce .56 Leeper, Marilyn .97, 104, 118, 143 Leeper, Robert .56, 143 Leffas, Virginia . 88 , 134, 143 Lemmer, Janet.57, 106, 114, 116 Leonard, James .57 Lewis, John .78 Lewis, Ronald .78 Lewis, Thomas .78 Lilly, Anna .97, 141 Lindley, David . 88 Lipp, Daniel .78, 137, 143 Lipski, Adrienne .19, 78, 141 Liptrap, Alena . 88 Liptrap, Carolyn .97 Liptrap, Raymond .57 Litten, Maudene .97, 118, 142 Litten, Virginia . 88 , 118, 142 Lloyd, Jean .21, 88 Locke, Daniel .57, 120 Loikow, John .20, 78, 126 Long, Gerald .97 Long, Linda . 88 , 134 Long, Wayne .97 Lorenzo, Ralph .57, 120, 162 Loughton, Jon .78, 139 Loustalot, Kenneth .57, 105, 106, 109, 116, 139, 146 Low, Sindri . 88 Lowe, Sheryl .57 Lowry, Donald .57 Lowry, Wayne .97, 104 Lucas, John .138 Lucas, Lawrence .97 Ludlow, Katherine .18, 57, 116 Luehrs, Margaret .78 Luehrs, Robert .97, 172 Lunsford, Judy .57 Luskey, Betty .58 Lyberger, Arden .78 Lynch, Elaine . 88 Lynch, Karen .78, 142 Lynn, Erika .97 Lyon, Arnehl .97 Mabry, Richard . 58, 159, 188 Maclnnis, William .97 MacKenzie, Karen .58, 124, 135, 176 MacMillan, Ann .58 Page 208 MacMillan, Evelyn . .78 MacMillan, Lloyd . .88 Macracken, Ernest . .88 Maffet, Mary . .58 Maffett, Frank . .88 Magill, Carolyn . .18, 78 Maher, Douglas . 97, 142 Maher, Mark . .78 Maiorana, Lynn . .97 Male, Barbara . .58, 106, 108, 112, 114 Malone, John . .88 Manganello, Rodney . .58, 136 Mangeng, Carolyn . .79, 104, 105, 106, 139 Manville, Ellen . .88 Maple, Scott . .97 Marcellin, Michel . .97 Marcey, Ann . .58 Marcey, Edward . .58, 153 Marcey, Sue . .88 Marcus, Melanie . •92, . 97, 108, 135 Mark, John . .58 Marks, Gary . .97 Marks, Vernon . .88 Marteness, Betty. .21, 59, 132, 134, 135, 176 Martin, David. .89, 143,- 146 Martin, Edward. .59, 106, 109, 146, 188 Martin, Joan . .88 Martin, Marilyn . .89, 109, 118, 134 Martin, Paul . .97 Martini, Michael . .89, 172 Martz, Larry . .89 Mascha], William . 59, 106, 126, 142 Massey, Thomas . .89 Mastenbrook, Laurel . .89, 129, 175 Mathers, Kathleen . 19 Mathers, Robert . .79 Mathias, James. ..59, 120, 168, 170 Matthews, Frank . .89, 128 Matthews, Robert. 79, 121, 153 Matthews, Stephen . • 79, 105, 139 Matthias, Sandra . .89 Matthias, Sharon . .89 May, Parker . .97 Mayo, Louis . • 79, 122, 143 McCarthy, Dennis . 89, 143 McClain, Roger . 97, 172 McClanahan, Susan . 97, 132 McConnell, Kathleen . 79, 109 McConnell, John . 97, 133, 134 McCreath, Karen . .79 McDaniel, David . .97 McDaniel, Tom . .89 McDonald, David . 97, 141, 173 McGarrah, Roy . • 79, 168 McGowan, Donna . •59, 138 McIntyre, Noelle . .97 McKinley, Michael . ■ 59, 123, 159, 186 McLaughlin, Jane . .18, 59, 125, 139 McMahon, Margaret . 105 McPherson, John . 79, 138 McWhirt, Walter . .59 Mead, Christine . 118, 134 Mead, Harry . .97 Meade, Paula . .97 Meader, Linda . . .97 Meadows, Robert . .89, 108, 126, 133, 137, 143 Meason, Butch . .89 Medd, Chris . .97 Melick, Alice . .89 Mellott, David . .79 Melvin, Elsie . . .97 Merritt, Karen . .89, 141 Merz, Barbara . • 97, 126 Merz, Gisela . 97, 126 Meyer, Patricia . .17, 41 , 59, 114, 124 Micale, Carlo . .89, 168, 170 Micale, Joseph . 59, 120, 162 Michael, Jennifer . 97, 179 Miles, Bobbi . 84 , 89, 105, 175 Miller, Bill .89 AJlll . Miller, Carmalyn . ■79, 137 Miller, Madeleine . 79, 118 Miller, Nancy . ..20, 79, 177 Miller, Richard . .79 Miller, Susan . .89, 133 Miller, William . • 97, 108, 174 Mills, Louella . .89 Mills, Sammy . 132 Mine r, Ronald . 121, 142, 152 Mitchell, Colin . .89, 121 Mitchell, Dennis . • 97, 173 Mitchell, Michael . .89, 172 Mitchell, Victor . . 19, , 89, 172 Moffatt, Carol . .60 Moltke-Hoff, Claus. • 97, 141 Monahan, Patricia . .97 Moncure, Pamela . .60, 141 Monday, Richard . ■79, 120, 153 Mondichak, Joseph . .89, 108, 126, 136 Mondiehak, Virginia . .98 Monroe, Ashley . .89 Montgomery, Michael . .98 Montgomery, Mychelle .... .79 Moodie, Pamela. ■79, 129, 156 Moody, Constance . .89 Moody, Margaret . .79 Moore, Carol. . .20 , 60, 133, 135, 143 Moore, Claudia . .98, 142 Moore, Janette . .98 Moore, John. .89, 172, 174 Moore, Joyce . .98 Moore, Mark . .98, 172 Moore, Rebecca . .89 Moore, Ross . .79 Moran, Barbara . .89, 129, 175 Morey, David . .79 Morrell, Linda . .89, 113, 135 Morris, Barbara . .79 Morris, Donald . .89, 105, 142 Morris, Gerald . . .89 Morris, Jacqueline . .98, 105 Morris, Lonnie . . .89 Morris, Stephen . .98, 173 Morris, William . 40, 41, 60, 105, 106, 116, 126, 136, 139, 146, 186 Morrison, Gilbert . .89, 168 Morrison, Rhea . .89 Mott, Sandra . . .60 Mountjoy, Beverly . 98, 129, 175 Mountjoy, Dorothy. .18, 80, 105, 114, 118, 125, 137 Mulkey, Raymond . .80 Mulkey, Stephen . .98 Multog, Wendy . .80 Murdock, Deborah . .98 Murphy, Carol . .80, 118, 132 Murphy, Charles . .80 Murphy, Jerry . .89 Muse, Dwight . 60 Musgrave, John. .98, 172, 174 Musgrave, Sheila . .60 Napoli, Wayne . .98 Nelson, Douglas . .60, 126 Nelson, Ronald . .98 Nestor, Bonnie . 137 Nestor, Nelson . .80, 142 Nestro, Nicholas . 61 Neuhut, Evelyn . .61, 106, 109, 114, 116, 124 Nichols, Mary . . .89 Nichols, Patricia . 19 , 80 Nolan, Janet. .80, 104, 109, 114, 124, 141 Nystrom, Duane . . .89 Nystrom, Lea . . .98 Oakley, Peter . .89, 108, 126 Oehser, Christina . .98 O’Hara, Ann . 61, 118 O’Hara, Paul . . .89 Ohleger, Patrick. 89, 172 Oliver, William . .89, 173 Page 209 Olowiany, Stephen . .61, 168 Olson, Calvin . .89 Olson, Richard . .98 Olson, Sherry . ..21, 61, 136 Omura, Glenn . .80, 126 O’Neal, Dorothy. .80, 109 Orr, Cynthia . Oswald, John . .61 Otis, Margaret . .61 Owen, Johanne . .61 Owens, James . .80, : 121, 152, 168 Owens, Marian . .62, 113, 116 Owens, Susan . 62, 106, 139 Pace, Dale. . .19, 89, 136 Pace, Judy . .62 Padgett, John . .89, 143 Pagluca, Eleanor . .62 Palmer, Deborah . .80 Palmer, Jeffrey . .80 Pamplin, Nora . Papke, Charles . .80, 152 Papke, Donald . .89 Paradise, JoMarie . .21, 89 Parker, Kathryn . .62 Parker, Michael .80 Parks, Stephen . .89, 172, 173 Parr, James . .90, 172 Parr, Rexford . .62, 141, 153, 168 Patt, Wanda . .62 Patterson, Georgia . .90 Patterson, Jill . 98, 132, 179 Patton, Gregg . .90, 142 Patton, Sandra . .98 Pauly, Edward . .90, 108, 130 Pavel, Harold . .80, 153 Pavitt, John . .80 Payne, Evelyn . .80 Payne, Sandra . .90, 104 Payne, Suzanne . .90 Pedone, Janice . .90 Pedone, JoAnne . .62 Pelasara, Rick . .98 Pemstein, Ronald . .80, 108, 113 Pell, Janice . .62, 136 Pence, Lonnie . .90 Pendleton, Linda . .98 Pendleton, Thomas . .98 Penna, Mary . .98, 132 Penwell, Susan . .81 Perfetti, Lois . .81, 141 Pettin, Patricia . .81 Petty, Kathleen . .81 Philbrick, Gregory . .61, 153 Philbrick, Jean . .90 Piccione, Joyce. .98, 108, 144 Piccione, Anthony . .98, 172 Pierce, Allen . .81, 168, 170 Pifer, John . .18, 62, 109, 143, 146 Pillar, Margaret . .81, 104, 114, 141 Pineau, Claudia . .81 Pinkett, Carolyn . .98 Plastino, Cynthia .. .90 Plastino, Dale . .62 Pleasants, Harold . .63 Pleasants, Irene . .81 Plowman, Mary . .63 Poe, Gail . .81, 137 Poggi, Manuela. .63, 106, 116, 190 Pohlman, Allan . .63 Poling, Arthur . . .90, 108, 143 Polk, Bettv . .81 Pollock, Michael . .90 Poole, Jackson . .90 Polle, Jill . .98 Porter, Jan . .81 Porter, John . .81, 168 Porvaznik, Stephen . .81 Poss, Sharon . .81, 132 Post, Patricia .... Powell, Linda Powers, Judy . Praetz, Joey . Praetz, Sue . Preston, Judy Prichard, John .... Price, Deborah . . Price, Robert . Price, Stephen Province, Ted . Puckett, James . . . Radcliffe, Carol . . . Radcliffe, Robert . Rafferty, Martha . . Raines, John . Raines, Robert Ralston, Wayne . . Randall, Carol Randolph, Roxine . Redman, Barbara Reed, Christopher Reed, Francia . Reedy, George Reel, Robert . Reel, Roy . Reingruber, Mark . Rember, Carla .... Rentz, Robert Revis, Larry . Reynolds, Keith Reynolds, Thomas . Rhoton, James . . . Ricci, Christine Rice, Katherine Richeson, Stephen Ricks, Alice . Ricks, Douglas Riffle, Sheila . Riggleman, Randal Ritchie, David . . Ritchie, Judy . Ritter, Gordon . . . Robey, Brenda . . . Robey, Daniel . . Robey, Sandra . . . Robson, Richard . . Rock, Fred . Rohr, Jonathan Rohrbaugh, Foster Rohrbaugh, Ronald Roley, Jerry . Rose, Bleep . Rose, Jonathon . . . Ross, Penny . Rosser, Linda Rothgeb, Benton Rothgeb, Pauline Roussillon, Judith . Rowe, Susan . Rowley, Darlene . . Rucker, Janice Rue, Linda . Ruiz, Boris . Ryan, Bernie Sadlowe, Robert . . Sahrowe, Carolyn . Sampson, Larry . . . Samuel, Myrna . . Samuelson, Judith Sandeen, Terry . . . Santee, Barbara . . Santino, Adele Sapp, Michael . . . Saunders, Cheryl . Sauveur, Daniel . Sauveur, Suzanne Saylor, Pamela . . . .141 .90 .63, 114, 139 .80 .179 .98 .81, 113 .98 .90 .90, 141 .98, 142 .90 .63, 114 .98 .63 .63, 170 .81, 129, 130, 136 .81, 126 .63, 116 .63, 106 .90 .98 63, 108, 110, 124, 133, 137 .90, 142 .98 .63 .64, 138 .81 .81, 142 .90 .81 .64, 123, 162 .64 .98 .98 .64 .90 .64, 129, 136 .90, 134, 179 .98 .81 .64, 118 .64, 141 .98 .98, 172 .64 .90 .81 .81, 126, 130 .90 .168 .64, 120 .98 .98 .81, 137 .98 .81 .90 .90 .98 .90 .98 .90 .81 .90 .90 .90, 141 .18, 20, 64, 109, 126 .90 .108, 135 .81, 114 .90 .90 .98, 172 .90 .90 .65 .81, 138 Page 210 Schafer, Francine .98, 141 Schafer, Joseph .65 Schafer, Judith .90 Schaffstall, Leitha .81 Schlueter, Nancy .65 Schmidt, Stephen .98 Schoellig, Susan .99 Schutz, Carolyn .81, 104, 141 Schutz, Henry .65, 120, 189, 153, 168 Seay, Cynthia .82 Segaar, Rudy.40, 41, 65, 105, 109, 123, 126, 168, 170, 187 Seganish, Mark .99, 141 Seiler, Richard .99 Sell, Charles .82, 172 Seymour, Gary .99, 104, 136 Shannahan, Bonnie .132 Sharpe, Thomas .138 Sharpless, Bonnie .65 Shedd, Elizabeth .82 Sheetz, Terry .99, 142 Shegogue, James .82 Sheldon, Patricia .99, 132, 179 Shelly, Gary .99, 108 Shepard, Winsor .65 Sherfey, Donnie .99 Sherin, Charles .65, 123, 162 Sherman, Judith .90 Sherman, Robert .65, 120 Shewmaker, Alice.90, 104, 114 Shiflett, Ronald .99 Short, Julia .99 Shoun, Barbara .90 Shoun, Kerwin .82 Showalter, Alice .99 Showalter, Donald .99 Shumate, James .82 Shupe, Theresa .90 Sikes, James .82 Sikes, Thomas .99 Sills, Christopher .90 Simmons, Bonita .66, 141 Simmons, Paula .99 Simounet, Kristine .99 Simpson, Carole .82 Simpson, Martha .66 Simpson, Mary .41, 66 Simpson, Ann .41, 66, 106, 108, 109, 114, 124, 184 Sims, Jared .82 Sirpis, Melanie.41, 66, 114, 125, 191 Sisson, Linda .82 Skinner, Peggy .99 Slimak, Mary .82, 118, 124, 137, 139 Slimak, Michael .66 Slimak, Patricia .99, 137 Smith, Barbara .82, 114, 118 Smith, David .66 Smith, Gary .99 Smith, James.82, 116, 136 Smith, Judy .90 Smith, Karel .66, 106, 110, 116, 133, 136 Smith, Marsha .66 Smith, Michael .90, 109 Smith, Ross .90, 162 Smith, Roy .66 Smith, Susan .99, 144 Smith, Stephen .90, 142 Socha, Donald .99 Sommerfeldt, Neil .82, 142 Soucy, Kenneth .67, 122, 189, 168 Southerly, Priscilla .82, 132, 137 Sparks, Sheila .21, 67, 105, 108, 112, 126, 135, 139 Sparks, Susan .99, 133, 134 Speacht, Charles .67 Spencer, Sterling .99, 129 Spilman, Roy .82 Stackhouse, Michael .82 Stacks, John .90, 174, 172 Stacks, Marjorie.90, 135, 177, 179 Stahl, Bonnie .67, 106, 110, 139 Stallings, Garner .82, 152 Stallings, Mark .99, 172 Stang, Raymond .99 Stange, Catherine .67, 141 Stangohr, Anita .99 Stangohr, Gene .82 Stanton, John .99 Stanton, Richard .138 Staples, George .99, 141 Stapleton, Jeanne .99, 132 Starr, Cathy .91 Steele, Mary .82 Stephenson, Edythe .91, 129, 175, 184 Stephenson, Joseph.67, 123 Stevens, William .91, 172 Stevenson, John .91 Stevenson, Nancy .67, 106, 109, 114, 124, 139, 191 Stewart, Dianne .99 Stewart, Phyllis .82 Stickley, Mary .67, 106 Stickley, Sandra .82, 114 Stiff, Sara .99, 135 Stites, Mary . 17, 82, 106, 109, 116, 125, 137 Stitzel, Charles .99, 172 Stitzel, Doris .82 Storey, Linda .67 Story, Susan .82, 179 Strand, Geraldine .67 Strickland, Kern .68 Strickland, Paul .91, 174 Stryker, Walter.99, 173 Stuart, Diane .133 Stuckey, Elaine.99, 142, 143 Studds, Mary .82 Studds, Patricia .68 Suit, Bryan .82 Suit, Dennis .99 Sullivan, David .82 Sullivan, Tobin .91, 172 Summers, Robert .91, 126 Swift, Harvey .91 Swing, Ann ..... .84, 91, 129, 175 Szymanski, Cynthia .99 Talley, James .68 Talmadge, Marilyn .99, 141 Talton, Annette .108, 118 Tarangelo, William .99, 142 Tate, Donna .68 Tate, Judy .68, 104, 145 Tatum, Mary.41, 68, 105, 125, 190 Tavenner, John .41, 68, 122, 139, 152, 166 Tavenner, Lorraine .91, 104 Taylor, Gayle .99 Taylor, Ralph .82, 104, 122 Thaipe, Sharon .68 Tharpe, James .168 Thierbach, Sharon .82 Thomas, Carol .91, 141 Thomas, Daniel .91, 143, 174 Thomas, David .68, 120, 162 Thomas, Gregory .68, 105, 106, 126 129, 139, 143 Thomas, Karen .91 Thomas, Michael .99, 129 Thomas, Terry.91 Thompson, Alfred .91, 174 Thompson, Charles .69, 159, 152, 188 Thompson, Fred .83, 138 Thompson, Glenn .83 Thompson, Gregory .69 Thompson, John .91 Thompson, Richard .99 Thornton, Roderick .83 Tipton, Thomas .99 Titus, John.91, 121, 172 Todd, Joanne .99, 108, 134, 137, 141 Tonstad, Ronald .69 Toth, James .69, 109, 146 Toward, Marlene.99 Toward, Ronald .99 Tomasino, John.99, 104, 172, 174 Page 21 1 Towle, Ellen .99 Towle, Gerald .83, 199 Towsey, Dolly .91, 118, 132, 145 Trapp, William .69 Trayham, Richard .83 Temper, Fred .91, 172 Trenary, Judy .69, 132 Trimmer, Linda .69, 191 Truitt, Julien .99 Tucker, Bruce.91, 173 Tucker, Julie .69 Tunney, Christopher.91 Tunney, Patrick .70 Turner, Helen .91, 141 Turner, James .91 Turner, Patricia .108, 114 Tyler, Jane .91 Valentino, Dorothy .100 Van Lear, Faye .100, 118 Van Lear, Nancy .91, 118 Vernon, David .100, 172 Viar, Linda .83 Von Runnen, John .83, 120, 121, 159 Vorhauer, Thomas .83, 121, 139 Walker, Dianne .70, 106 Walker, Eugene.100 Walker, Jane .100, 108 Walker, Linda .100, 104, 118 Walker, Sheryl .83 Walko, Carolyn .100, 132 Wall, Armentia .83, 132 Wall, Jerry .100, 173 Wallace, Rebecca .83 Walters, Michael .70 Warren, Vivian .91, 141, 179 Watkins, John .70 Watts, Linda .70 Waybright, Brenda .100 Weary, Angela .100 Webster, Bernadine .100 Webster, Edward .70 Weddle, Robert .83 Weddon, Karen .91 Wehle, Elaine .91, 142 Wehle, Kurt .91, 142 Welch, Patricia .91 Wells, William .91, 121, 173 Wells, Kathy . 18, 41, 70, 105, 110, 114, 125, 189 Werner, James .100, 137 Wemer, Marlene .83, 109 Werner, Norman .100 Werth, David .91, 172 West, Robert .70, 109 Wester, Kenneth.100, 172 Wetrich, Donna .91, 179 Wetrich, Patti .100 Wheeler, Harold .83, 122, 143 Wheeler, Mary Wheeler, Virginia White, Patricia . . . White, Paul Whitenton, Marshall Wier, Joan . Wiggins, James . . . Williams, Bonnie . . Williams, Cheryl . . . Williams, Cynthia . Williams, Dorothy . Williams, Holly . . . Williams, Lester . . . Williams, Linda . . Williams, Nina . . . . Williams, Peggy . . . Williams, Phillip . . Williams, Roger . . . Williams, Sandra . . Williams, Thomas Willingham, Carol Willingham, Robert Willis, Patti . Willis, Sandra Winstead, Larry . . . Winstead, Suzanne . Winters, Michael . . Wisooker, Craig . . . Wolcott, Alan . . . . Wood, Gloria . Wood, Jane . Wood, Joyce . Wood, William . . . Woodmansee, Sara . Woodring, Judith . . Woodward, Joan . . . Worrack, Glyn Worthy, Jo . Worthy, Lionel . . Wright, Bruce .... Wright, Christopher Wright, Christopher Wright, Christy . . . Wright, James . Wright, John . .91 .91 .83 .100 70, 104, 105, 106, 130, 139, 187 .100 .70 .70 .83, 156, 184 .100 .91 .83 .100, 141 .70, 132, 133 .17, 71, 104 .71 .71, 170 .100 .91 .100 .83 .91 .91 .100 .91 .92, 100 .83 .91 .71 .71, 144 .83 .100, 118, 128 .91 .71 .71 .100 .100 .100, 118, 143 .71, 143 .83, 159 .91, 122, 143, 172 .91 .21, 71 .100 .71, 142 Yonushonis, John . Yonushonis, Bill . . Young, Gary . Youngblood, Donald Yun, Thomas . . . . .83, 121, 153, 162 71, 104, 120, 152, 162 83, 106, 122, 159, 153 .91, 172 .100 Zapalski, Daniel Zapalski, Diana . Zavinsky, Karen . Zavinsky, Michael Zeiger, Bruce . . . Zuntz, Barbara . . .91 .100 40, 41, 71, 141 . .100, 143, 172 .91, 143 .100 Page 212 LA MONT STUDIOS 5167 LEE HIGHWAY ARLINGTON, VA. KE 6-7172 Camera Studies by George Deal Official Photographer to the 1965 Jaguar eese i % ower 203 E. 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' cozdedo- fin M J lor Wt r»«fnotift fii» it«li : ' - Nation’s Capitol - Virginia and Maryland Sp» mt 9000 Towtr Square Falls Church, Virginia JEfferson 2-1220 £osrg dag mors and mors (isofids diicovsr our good mui.ii. ciAfortftsm Q irginia (js t adosrtiiing (jug . . . cdfour f£rout djou ? BASKIN-ROBBINS dair ' i HAIR STYLIST Next to theatre in Jefferson Village 31 Flavors 606 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church, Va. Lee Groff Phones: JE 2-9647 — JE 2-4773 JE 4-9817 JE 2-9840 Mon., Tues., Thurs., Sat., 9:00 to 6:00 Wed. and Fri. 9:00 to 9:00 KOONS FORD, INC. Wissinger Chevrolet Co. Broad Street, Falls Church Seven Corners Phone JE 4-8900 Falls Church, Virginia NEW AND USED CARS JE 2-9200 The most modern Service Department in Northern Virginia Page 221 Temple Business School 6306 Willston Drive Falls Church — JE 4-9151 1713 King Street Alexandria — TE 6-6696 Foiinded 1905 Pool Chemicals Equipment Cleaning—Repairing—Maintenance POTOMAC CHEMICALS CORP 530 Annandale Road Falls Church, Virginia Phone 534-1400 KING KIRLEY Dry Cleaners and Launderers 444 So. Washington St. (Near Flechinger ' s) Falls Church, Virginia JE 2-1713 The Quality Shop Home of Hart Schaffner Marx Clothing Arlington ' s Oldest Purveyor of Nationally Known Men ' s Wear 3028 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia We invite the discriminating student to visit our Quality Square Shop. Here you will always find a new and varied selection of tra¬ ditional clothing. Popular ideas in all of a young man ' s needs will be gladly shown you by members of our staff. Please feel free to come into our store at your convenience, and look at what the friendliest college shop in Arlington has to offer in advice and clothing for young men. Compliments of V. M. W. Supply Co. Page 222 Compliments of the Student Parent Teacher Association Compliments of W. C SAUNDERS COMPANY P. O. Box 475 Richmond, Virginia Suppliers of Class Rings and Pins Page 223 ■ « l H ■ ' I hk { 1 Mr m 1 l 1 91 a «| 1 1 r


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