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

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o ’K f X v V y K Jc ' V C ' $ £ ,y V A (fl s ( V cy ;, r 5 V V N y a ; O ' e ’67 JAGUAR XX H 5 ' v W 77 y - - A S p 0 te V- ' ' ' ( ' - 7 ? . ■ -V ' ■rAA.J ' .-Jj • .rx y “ v. rrii Q Laurie Master)brook ,. co-editors Phil Gieseler y_s Falls Church High School vvy-fi Falls Church, Virginia - - - - InAC Pat Kelley M business manager ■ iwmv; UUOU 1 00 IllUIIUi iss Betsy Ann Harris faculty advisor ' The tradition. The tradition, the present, the future. Tradition has been the key word at Falls Church High for many years; our Jaguar crest and window, green and white, the streak of losses, the occas¬ ions of victory, the irrepressible spirit, the band, the drama productions . . . the school building. Tradition has been . . . Next year will bring a new life for our school; a bigger student body, a new building and new “traditions " . A challenging step for the adminis¬ tration, faculty, and students; a big step made, perhaps, just a little easier by the past. To a past of achievement, a present of action a future of continued progress the yearbook staff presents the ' 67 Jaguar. The present. fAJA I I t 4. v 1 ., 1 ffAm ' Pit »A ' 6 » 1 1 • 4a The future. Activities .74 Features .70 Sports .84 Faculty .720 Classed .7 40 3 The school. This is Falls Church High . . . The dances. The students. 4 The activities. The tradition. . . . with sports, friendships, social activities, organizations, learning, and, most of all, fun. Freshmen began; sophomores experienced; juniors ad¬ vanced; seniors started anew Mostly we loved it; sometimes we hated it; but we will never forget it. 5 Those four years bring many accomplishments . . . Suzi Davis and John Stevenson: Suzi finally gets her man! " Going " to Mr. Valotto ' s office instead of " being sent. " Making that all important decision. Solitude. Jack Mitchell and Mrs. Miles: The awards. 7 How could anyone forget . . . those hard summer practices that paid off? ■ the class and club activities? the spirit? Patti Willis and Joann Breyer: . . . when we won? 10 . . . the participation? A progressive band. Ann Swing: What does she see in the future? W hat will the future bring? SAfc- n | |» »i i; %sf » is ; if ' 3 ' ► wn (t 2 lift :w ■ ■■. „rs..:-i -:. . .- ■; ;v$s , „■ mmmm mmm mmm i. tA ' ft ' i ml Sip®! mm ' mMi mMm ■ mi i ' ' ■ -. m -: @bm %$m® 0mm • y-y i?;j. 2- ' t ■grfflrT " if •Jiyjyp s ' al ®igi HH ■H,| J ESp: iXi 14 ACTIVITIES 15 SCA The members of the Student Cooperative Association SCA President, Ed Pauly, makes the morning announcements 16 This past year the SCA has seen new projects as well as having surpassed records set in old projects. The first project of the year, Freshmen Orientation, proved very successful. Conducted as usual, but with more exhibits, the night proved enlightening for the Frosh. The week of becoming acquainted with the school ended with the SCA sponsered Welcome Dance. September brought the Magazine Drive and a $3400 profit. Class jaguars, teen pens, dream pets and class competition helped to spark the interest which afforded the SCA its large profit. In December the annual Canned Food Drive was again held. This year we challenged Stuart in order to get everyone to contribute. We collected over 9,000 cans to beat Stuart. January was the scene for a new project—the paper back book drive for the soldiers in Vietnam. Although it was the first time for such a project, the SCA faired well Freshmen Orientation. by collecting over 400 books. In February the annual Sweetheart Dance was held in the most unusal atmosphere ever— " Illusion " . By the use of parachutes, weather balloons, and effective light¬ ing, the SCA was able to provide an enjoyable dance for Falls Church. March was a busy month for the SCA. The first part of the month found the SCA working to raise $200 for Brazil ' 67. This project consisted of equipping a school in Cacimbas, Brazil. By using the same idea as last year, " The Chain of Friendship " , the SCA was able to raise the necessary funds. The last part of the year was spent holding elections for SCA and classes. Under the leadership of Ed Pauly and the guidance of Mr. Valotto, the SCA has been successful in accomp¬ lishing all the goals it had set. Faculty boosts spirit of the Magazine Drive. A fruitful Canned Food Drive A Successful Sweetheart Dance 17 Inter-Club Council Aids SCA Key Clubbers take money for the links in " The Chain of Friendship " . Keyettes Sue Sparks, Marlene Paluzzi, and Marilyn Belknap make an announcement for the SCA-sponsered paper back book drive 18 I.C.C. The Inter-Club Council is composed of all club presidents. Its main function is to coordinate club ac¬ tivities so they do not conflict. Under the leadership of Glen Geuder the ICC has strived to uphold the by-laws which were drawn up last year. During the early part of the summer, work was begun on the “Green Book " . Glen and his committee worked diligently all summer so that it was finished by the first day of the school. Besides publishing the “Green Book, " the ICC also issued welcome packets to all new students. These pack ets consist of information on each club at Falls Church. The ICC has done much this past year to futher the relations between clubs. Glen Geuder fixes the Bullroar. 1st Row L to R—Bill Billings; Julie Stacks; Ann Swing; Thelma Hamilton; Glen Geuder, Chairman; John Burkett; Bryna Freyer. 2nd Row—Jill Poole; Peggy McMahon; Laurie Mastenbrook; Nancy Albertson; Marilyn Belknap; Janet Amole; Francena Beck; Carolyn Dart. 3rd Row—Dave Werth; Bill Miller; Ken Bruntel; Bruce Boger; Bob Blake; Mike Hadley; Mike Thomas; Chuck Howard; Patty Edison 19 National Honor Society The Members of the National Honor Society who have helped to promote scholarship, leadership, service, and character throughout Falls Church. Scholarship, leadership, service, and character are the four basic qualities necessary for a student to be a member of the National Honor Society. Members must also be jun¬ iors or seniors who have attended Falls Church for at least one semester. The purpose of the National Honor Society was to promote enthu- siasim in each of the four qualities of its members. To create interest in scholarship the members tutored students who requested help, recog¬ nized honor roll students, and gave a $100 scholarship to a worthy member. The Easter Seal Drive was the main means of promoting serv¬ ice. The Friday flag salute and the " Thought of the Week " encouraged the development of character while speaking to the Frosh before elect¬ ions promoted leadership. With Mrs. Romanus as sponsor and an emphasis on scholarship and leadership, the society did its best to contribute to the success of the school year. Bob Bloke posts the latest Honor Roll Students. National Junior Honor Society The members of the National Junior Honor Society who have followed in the steps of the National Honor Society by helping to promote scholarship. The National Junior Honor Society, patterned after the National Honor Society, is composed of ninth and tenth grade students with a " B " average and no grade below a " C " . To promote interest in scholarship, the National Junior Honor Society tutored students who requested help, and helped to organize an honor society at J.G. Whittier Intermediate School. The society also served the community by raising money for Higher Horizons, a day care center. This was accomplished by selling handmade stuffed animals and holding bake sales. ' f k i i f 1 f IJ if 1 J National Honor Society members Pat Kelley and Carol Lawall tutor. 21 Societe Honoraire de Francois First Row, L. to R. — Barbara Zuntz; Peggy McMahon; Miss Carozza, Sponsor; Jane Walker; Annette Talton. Second Row — Karen Hunsberger; Mary Buckinham; Fred Fravel; Jim Rodd; Richard Ash¬ ford; Bob Blake; Bruce Boger. Not Pictured Ken Bruntel, President; Jeanette Arnold, Treasurer. The National French Honor Society, organized to promote interest in the French customs and language, has been very active this past year. Among their activities were French movies and French-style dinners at nearby restaurants. In order to ac¬ quaint students with France the society sponsored a French Week. Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica Although it has only been organized two years, the National Spanish Hon¬ or Society has become very active. It has sponsored an activity each month in order to fulfill its purpose which is to promote interest in the Spanish language. Among its activities have been a Spanish-style Christmas party, a Spanish dinner, and a movie about the Spanish culture and heritage. First Row, L. to R. — Don Ricks; Sidney Friend; Bill Herling; A. J. Bennett; Alan Hayes; Richard Ash¬ ley. Second Row — Tina Oesher; Wally Kurylo; JoLynn Lunsford, Secretary; Carol Lawall, Presi¬ dent; Alan Ambler, Vice-President; Judy Samuelson. Third Row: Diane Morrison; Barbara Bowman; Terry Berda; Judy Hampton; Susan Miller; Woody Hartsook; Bill Miller; Bleys Rose; Mary Jane Andrews; Jo Ann Todd; Gary Bledsoe; David Hall. 22 Math Honor Society First Row, L. to R. — Lytle Buckingham, President; Pat Turner; Nancy Hamblin; Paul Strickland. Second Row — Leigh Taylor; Annette Talton; Don Showalter. Third Row — Karen Williams; Jane Walker; Don Flaggs. Fourth Row — Tim Arnold; Ken Bruntel. Fifth Row — Jim Rodd; Sue Miller; Gary Bledsoe; Fred Fravel. Sixth Row — David Weinberger; A. J. Bennett; Ed Pauly; Alan Hayes. Seventh Row — Carol Larkin; Richard Ashford; Bruce Boger; Glen Geuder. This year was an interesting one for the members of the Mathematics Honor Society of Falls Church. The tutoring service for the college boards was con¬ sidered successful and the students who received help through individual tutors can also vouch for the Society ' s service to the school. Math meets, field trips, guest speakers, and inductions were ac¬ tivities participated in by the Society ' s members. National Thespian Honor Society " To be or not to be. " This phrase is not one frequently used by the Na¬ tional Thespian Honor Society, but it is representative of the many lines that the members of this Society learned for the fine dramatic produc¬ tions that they have contributed. An organization of students who have made meritous achievement in the field of dramatic art, Thespians consist of both backstage and onstage personnel. To become a member, a student must work on at least three plays. This year the Thespians inducted six new members, took a trip to the state convention in Roanoke, and did major jobs in four dramatic produc¬ tions, including a one-act put on sole¬ ly by the Thespians. First Row, L. to R. — Don Papke, Vice-President; Karen Williams; Alicia LaCoss; Karen Hunsberger; Terry Thomas, Historian; John McConnell; Mr. Ragland, Sponsor. Second Row — Doris Heath; Gary Chewning; Gil Julien, Sgt.-at-Arms; Jeanette Davidson, Treasurer; Joe Ohleger, Meddy Mar¬ tin, President; Beth Goodman, Secretary. Quill and Scroll The honor society or high school journalists, Quill and Scroll, was re¬ sponsible for two publications, the stu¬ dent directory and the Last Will and Testament. Membership is open to students who have shown high ability in any phase of journalism. Laurie Mastenbrook; Dave Werth; Valarie Knight; Phil Gieseler; Linda Morrell; Mrs. Ander¬ son, Sponsor. Student Staff 1st Row: Edye Stephenson; Karen Wogan; Patti Welch; Donna Wetrich. 2nd Row: Jo Marie Paradise; Bill Herbert; John Stevenson; Judy Hampton; Jill Tavenner; Audrey Huthwaite; Kathy Ball. How many times this past year have you been walking down the hall to your locker and have heard, " Hey you! Where do you think you ' re going? " Such is the cry of the Stu¬ dent Staff whose duty it is to keep the students out of the halls during lunch periods so that classes may be held without noisy disturbances. 24 Debate mm m i i k % i Falls Church High School has al¬ ways been superior in debating activi¬ ties and this year was no exception. The team, consisting of Bob Blake and Richard Ashford, affirmative and Mike Thomas and David Hall, negative, was tied for second place in the District. This year ' s team, composed mostly of juniors, was hampered by inexperi¬ enced. It is hoped that the experience gained will bring greater victory to next year ' s team. 1st Row L to R—Bob Blake; JoAnn Todd; Kit Gregson; Richard Ashford. 2nd Row—David Hall; Mike Thomas; Col. Mare, Sponsor; Don Ricks; Mike Hadley. DEBATE TEAM L to R—Bob Blake; Mike Thomas; Col Mare; Devid Hall; Richard Ashford. 25 ’67 Jaguar Sets New Precedent " Change my caption just one more time, Judy Smith and I ' ll . . ., " threatens Mike Korbe to the staff ' s head typist. 1st row L. to R. —Alice Shewmaker; Terry Thomas; Alan Ambler; Beth Allen; Dave Werth; Judy Samuel- son. 2nd row: Sally Bannister; Sara Stiff, Elaine Wehle; Cheryl Saunders; Dolly Towsey; Thelma Hamil¬ ton; Kathy Johnston; Nancy Kinchloe; Pam Huff. 3rd row: Sharon Hallama; Mike Korbe; Lee Bowen; Judy Smith; Ed Albrecht; Bill Tarangelo. Not pictured: Pat Kelley; Patti Melick. 26 " Where are my lay-out sheets? Are those pictures back from the stu¬ dio yet? Hey, only one more minute til 3:20 and this poster is still wet! A twelve foot poster just won ' t fit any- were except in the hall. What will we do now? Photographers take those pic¬ tures! " Such were the cries that couid be heard coming from room 131 sev¬ enth period as 27 students prepared the 1967 Jaguar. The first preparations began during the summer and by the beginning of school the advertising campaign was underway. December brought the first deadline and an abundance of sweat, toil, tears, and laughter. Successive deadlines proved as hectic as the first, but by April the book was ready for publication, and the staff could finally rest, for a while anyway. Yet despite the many pressures here it is —the 1967 Jaguar. Co-Editors Laurie Mastenbrook and Phil Gieseler look over plans for the 1967 Jaguar. Judy Samuelson, Underclassmen Editor; Pat Kelly, Business Manager; Dave Werth, Sports Editor; Terry Thomas, Senior Editor; Beth Allen, Features Editor; Patti Melick, Activities Editor; Alan Ambler, Faculty Editor: Principal staff members at work. Jaguar Journal 1st Row L to R—Melanie Marcus; Judy Samuelson; Beth Hayes; Linda Morrell; Sara Stiff. 2nd Row—Mrs. Anderson, Spon- ser; Laura Drago; Terry Thiebault; Janet Johnson; Debbie Dietsch. 3rd Row—Dwayne Nystrom; Dave Werth; Valerie Knight; Bleys Rose; Phil Gieseler; Steve Price. The Jaguar Journal began the school year with a new printing company, Con¬ gressional Printers. By publishing more student opinion through a new column, " Outspoken " and through student let¬ ters to the editor, the Jaguar Journal circulated to a variety of students. Sur¬ plus copies of each issue were sold at Whittier Intermediate School. Circula¬ tion and profits increased greatly since last year. Linda Morrell, Editor-in-Chief; Bleys Rose, Assistant Editor-in-Chief. The story: Bleys Rose. The photogroph: Dave Werth The finished product: Sara Stiff.. 29 Paw Print Seeks New Talent Pat Turner, Editor-in-Chief, distributes stories to staff members. No one could mistake room 208 5A lunch study hall as the center of Paw Print activity. Staff members were seen visiting Miss May asking for staplers, scis¬ sors, and most of the time, contributions. Editor Pat Turner could be heard coaxing some people to read, others to stop reading out loud. Visits were made oc¬ casionally by Adviser Miss May. At her entrance staff members would put away their homework and grab a story or poem. Despite these hardships the staff and editors made it through the year and produced two is¬ sues of Paw Print. Imprint, headed by Cathy Little, was the literary magazine created to give recognition to freshmen and sophomores. L. to R.—Gary Chewning, Art Editor; Jane Cappio, Assistant Editor; Kathy Little, Imprint Editor; Pat Turner, Editor-in-Chief; Carolyn Pinkett, Production Editor; Nannette Bowers, Assistant Pub¬ licity Editor. Not pictured Sue Kelley, Literary Editor; Jill Patterson, Publicity Editor. Seated L. to R.—Cheryl Carter; Miss May, Sponsor; Linda Morrell; Judy Samuelson; Sara Stiff. Standing: Carolyn Keys; Valerie Knight; Andy Pitman; Nancy Busard; Karen Weill; Jo Ann Todd; Terry Redden; Jeanette Dronenburg; Karen Wil¬ liams; Jeanette Arnold. Energetic Paw Print staff members evaluate the latest contributions 31 Junior Civitans 1st Row L to R — Ray Lacy; Jack Mitchell; John Titus; Craig Wisooker. 2nd row — Pat Dolan; Louie Gallahan; John Stevenson; Roger Williams. 3rd. row — Herb Hunter; Jack Brandt; Larry Winstead; Bob Holliday. 4th row — Bill Wells; Glenn Geuder; Gary Seymor; Preston Knapp; Wally Stryker. 5th row — Bill Oliver; Woody Hartsook; Bob Sowder; Mike Mitchell; Ross Smith; Steve Parks. 6th row — John Musgrave; Ken Bruntel; Rick Crack; Bob Cline; Tony Christ; Jack Halley. 7th row — Randy Lain; Mike Spenser; Jay Douglas; Alan Hayes OFFICERS 1st row L to R — Bruce Boger, President; Craig Wisooker, Treasurer; Jim Farrell, Vice President. 2nd row — Steve Parks, Historian; Bill Oliver, Chaplain; Rick Crack, Sgt-at-Arms; Jack Mitchell, Secretary. 32 Who sponsered a School Appearance Week, a locker clean-up, a King Ugly c ontest for the March of Dimes, and donated the athletic trophies? These projects were effeciently undertaken by the Junior Civitan Club be¬ tween practices for the athletic events in which most of them participated. An affiliate of Senior Civitans, this boys service club accomplished many such activies this past year. " Remember that swimfest I was going to take you to, " asks Civitan Pat Dolan. Civitans Jim Farrell, Gary Seymour, and Larry Winstead clean up the courtyard during their School Appearance Week. 33 Key Club During the past year the F.C.H.S. Key Club has been very active with their many service projects. They again sponsered many of the activities which they held last year. Among these were the Jr.-Sr. Basketball game, Maid and Butler Day, and the collections for such organ¬ izations as UNICEF, March of Dimes, St. Jude ' s and UGF. Greatly appreciated by the students were their Christmas and Valentine Day mail boxes. Phil Gieseler prepares to deliver Valentines. 1st Row L to R — Fred Tremper, President; Gary Truddell, Vice President; Chip Belyea, Treasurer. 2nd Row — Col. Mare, Sponsor; Phil Gieseler, Corresponding Secretary; Dennis Crawford, Sgt-at-Arms; Chris Botos, Recording Secretary. 34 1st Row L to R — Chip Belyea; John Everhard; Pete Oakley; Gary Trudell. 2nd Row — Mark Guenther; Dave Boyer; Fred Tremper; A. J. Bennett. 3rd Row — Ed Pauly; George Reedy; Bob Blake; Lytle Buckingham. 4th Row—David Weinbe rger; Phil Gieseler; Chris Wright; Dennis Crawford; Steve Price. .. 1st Row L to R — Charles Hobson; Dave Williams; Gary Chewning. 2nd Row — Fred Fravel; Ted Province; Scott Veasy. 3rd Row — John Tapp; Chuck Howard; Mike Lanier. 4th Row — Jim Fisher; John Pleacher; Tom Richardson. 35 Keyeffe Club For 10 years the Keyette Club has been serving F.C.H.S. and the surrounding community. In keeping with past traditions, the club sponsored a Teachers ' Appreciation Week, Traffic Safety Week, Maid and Butler Day. They also constructed Rufus Raider and sold voo doo dolls to boost spirit for the Stuart game. To serve the community the Keyettes collected for UNICEF, St. Jude ' s Hospital, U.G.F. and the March of Dimes. They also served as teachers ' aids for Project Head Start. But the year was not only filled with projects. Bar-b- ques, slumber parties, soirees, and an ice-cream party for the wrestlers headed the list of the year ' s social events. Laurie Mastenbrook welcomes Christina Ortiz into the club. OFFICERS Sponsors 1 st Row Cheryl Saunders, District Recording Secretary; Beth Goodman, Vice President; Patti Miss Wilson and Miss Corroza Melick, Recording Secretary; Marlyn Belknap, Chaplain. 2nd row — Laurie Mastenbrook, p resident; Vivian Warren, Treasurer; Elaine Wehle, Corresponding Secretary; Kathy Fioramonti, Sgt-at-Arms. 10 Years of Service Vivian Warren plays for the children of Project Head Start. 1st Row — Nancy Cox, Linda Morrefl; Janette Arnold; Ann Swing; Karen Danilik. 2nd Row — Dee Stewart; Linda Rue; Karen Wogan; Bobbie Miles; Carol Lawall. 3rd Row — Sherry Ball; Jeanette Gooding; Judy Samuelson; Elaine Stuck¬ ey; Diana Anderson. 4th Row — Bev Mountjoy; Melanie Marcus; Pam Huff; Nancy Lemon; Sue Sparks. 5th Row — Sue Hudspeth; Linda Walker; Nancy Keller; Shelia Riffle; Linda Bush; Leigh Taylor. 6th Row — Sue Payne; B. Moran; Carol Graham; Jill Tavenner; Lea Ann Nystrom; Linda Hedrick; Pat Turner. 7th row — Annette Talton; Marlene Paluzzi; Maureen Grabill. Torch and Banner Club Barbara Zuntz displays the results of a bake sale. Formed with the purpose of promoting loyalty, school spirit, sportsmanship, and service to the school and com¬ munity, the Torch and Banner Service Club is open to Sophomore, Junior, and Senior girls. This year activities included decorating the main office and teachers ' lounges at Christmas time, making coloring books for Children ' s Hospital, giving parties for the special education children at Pine Springs Ele¬ mentary School, and collecting for the United Givers Fund. Jim Beech was elected by the girls as their annual " Sweetheart. " In memory of Mrs. Mable Chapman, for her enthus¬ iastic interest in the club, and for her helpful sug¬ gestions, the girls named their chapter of TABS the " Mable Chapman Chapter " . OFFICERS 1st Row-—Carolyn Walko, Corresponding Secretary; Wally Kurklo, Revording Secretary; Beth Hayes, Historian; Tina Oesher, Treasurer. 2nd Row — Janet Amole, President; Beth Allen Vice President; Karen Williams, Vice President; JoAnn Todd, Chaplain; Audrey Huthwaite, Sgt-at-Arms. 38 1st Row — Beth Hayes, Darlene Godlove, Nancy Hamblin, Tina Oesher, Wally Kurylo. 2nd Row — Karen Williams, Bonnie Nestor, Debbie Greenfield, Karen Carlson, Valerie Haase. 3rd Row — Audrey Huthewaite, Donna Wetrich, Mary Ann Herbert. 4th Row — Judy Hampton, Susan Schoellig, Carol Walko, Judy Preston, Pat Edison. 5th Row — Jo Ann Todd, Debbie Hunsberger, Kathy Gregory, Bonnie Clyde. 6th Row — Janet Amole, Co-Sponsor Miss Estes, Barbara Zuntz, Robin Crabtree, Beth Allen, Co-Sponsor Mrs. Callanan. Another planning committee at work: Tina Oesher, Janet Amole, and Nancy Hamblin. 39 Kaden Club 1st Row L to R — Sue Ballou; Colleen Boyer; Thelma Hamilton; Jane Cappio; Lynn Maiorana. 2nd Row — Marcia Clark; Suzy Davis; Peggy Knight; Sandy Patton. 3rd Row — Judy Fallin; Sara Stiff; Peggy McMahon; Sue Hayes; Jill Poole; Lynn Hooper. 4th row — Debbie Murdock; Sandy Cooney; Linda Rosser; Joyce Peters. 5th Row — Joann Breyer; Janice Rucker; Michele Egnot; Pat DeTemple; Peggy Skinner; Dottie Valentino. OFFICERS 1st Row L to R — Thelma Hamilton, Treasurer; Colleen Boyer, Historian; Michele Egot, Chaplain. 2nd Row — Debbie Mur¬ dock, Sgt-at-Arms; Peggy McMahon, President; Marcia Clark, Corresponding Secretary; Julie Short, Vice President; Jill Poole, Recording Secretary. 40 Service For Progress " Service at the present for progress in the future " is the motto of the newly formed Kaden Club. Even though the club was first established at the end of the ' 66 spring semester, this was their first full year at Falls Church during which they accomplished many of the goals they had set. Beginning with their purpose to " serve the school " , they held a slave day for the newly initated Falls Church wrestlers. During the Christmas season, the club assisted the T.B. Association with Christmas seals, and worked with crippled and retarded children at various health centers. Also during the Christ¬ mas season, the members held a Christmas party at a prominent rest home in the area. By selling shamrocks, baked goods, and collecting bottles the club raised money for its dance which was held in March. In all it ' s been a very successful first year for the Falls Church Kaden Club. Kadens stuff envelopes for the T.B. Assosiation. Kadens make plans for their dance. 41 American Field Service The members of F.C.H.S. ' largest club — American Field Service. Wally Kurylo energetically collects in order to win the coveted title of " Miss Rash " . A.F.S. Officers: First Row, L. to R.—Marilyn Belknap, President; Jeanete Gooding, Sergeant- at-Arms; Linda Bush, Treasurer; Tina Oesher, Publicity Manager. Second Row — Valerie Knight, Historian; Vivian Warren, Secretary; David Weinberger, Vice President. By bringing teenagers to the United States to live with an American family, and sending American stu¬ dents abroad for a summer, the American Field Service has fulfilled its purpose of " the furthering of under¬ standing and good will in the world. " The task of raising the sum of $1100 to bring an exchange student to Falls Church was a hard one, but through various activities, such as selling school cal¬ endars, Christmas cards, and donuts, and checking coats at the Homecoming and Sweetheart Dances, the club raised enough money to sponsor our foreign ex¬ change student, Cristina Ortiz from Spain. These ac¬ tivities also enabled Pat Kelley to spend the past sum¬ mer in Weibern, Austria. Pat Kelley, A. A. Returnee conducts a discussion with foreign ex¬ change students Cristina Oritz, Juan Korkoski, and Margaret Stewart. Stewart. Cristina Oritz: Foreign Exchange Student 43 French Club 1st Row L to R: Steve Moroni; Bill Tarangelo; Brien Barrett; Tommy Smith, Treasurer; Wally Hale; Paul Waymack. 2nd Row: Margaret Smith, Janice Mattson, Anita Sharr, Sandy Buckley, Nannette Bowers. 3rd Row: Delores Burrill; Barbara Monick; Dede Anthony; Pam Jackson, Vice- President; Debbie Murdock; Lillian Kyle, Sergeant-at Arms; Cathy Barrett; Cindy Ryder. 4th Row: Cathy Paquette, Dede Boyer, Sarah Murdock, Dari Goble. 5th Row: Debbie Trinkle, Mary Gunnels, Louis Delaney, Ronnie Ox, Joan Garuin, Nancy Albertson, Mat Kyle, Peggy Berg. 6th Row: Mike Tribble; Joann Bastress; Barbara Orndoff; Jeri Poore; Tom McLaughlin; Jim Chapman; Nancy Moorefield, Secretary; Susan Chaplin; Ann Pometto; Dixie Brown. Not pictured: Jim Dodson, President. The purpose of this year ' s French Club was to promote interest in the French language and customs. This past year, in order to fulfill their purpose, the French Club sponsored a snail-eating party and a Mardi Gras. German Club The German Club, a club open for all students of German, has been quite successful this year in raising money for A.F.S. Besides this, they have sponsored activities to promote the German language and customs such as skiing and a booth at the S.C.A. carnival. 1st Row L to R: Ginny Witlock, Diane Madsen. 2nd Row: Leigh Taylor; Pat Hawkins; Barbara Zuntz, Vice-President. 3rd Row: Carolyn Dart, Jody Lawson, Susan Yonushonis. 4th Row: Anita Stanghor, Barbara Merz, Giesla Merz. 5th Row: Enid Horuath, Secretary; Marilyn Moran; Steve Flester; Jeff Bortniker; Werner Merz; Bill Campbell; Joe Mondichak; Larry Lucas; Cdr. Heine, Sponsor. Not pictured: Bruce Davidson, Treasurer; Les Joyce, President. 44 Latin Club r f | j jj|m jBL r . ■ 1 Latin Club: First Row, L. to R.—Marlene Paluzzi; Robin Crabtree; Miss Spindle, Sponosor. Second Row — Gary Berhend; Mike Thomas, President; David Hainson; Jane Short; Niels Wigren; David Campbell. The Latin Club has mainly been con¬ cerned with promoting interest in the Latin language and the history of ancient Rome. One of their typical meetings con¬ sisted of a long philisophical discussion on the life of a teenager in ancient Rome. Latin Week, climaxed with a Roman style banquet highlighted the year ' s activities. Political Science Forum In its first full year, the Political Science Forum acted in several areas to fulfill its purpose of heightening political consciousness. Study of the history of political philosophy was begun using the two volume paperback anthology The Great Political Theories. A discussion journal on educational reform was produced by the club this past year. Several speakers were heard, in¬ cluding an ex-trainee on the Peace Corps, an A.C.L.U. lawyer on cop pow¬ er vs. people power, and a " young old- leftist " on the new left. Political Science Forum: First Row, L. to R. — Steve Flester; Dan Carrier. Standing: Bob Blake; Bryna Freyer; David Hall; Kit Gregson; John Burkett; Mike Hadley; Fred Fravel; Richard Ashford; Skip Webb; Gary Bledsoe. 45 Clubs Boost School Spirit The members of the Pep Club of Falls Church. Pep Club Pep Club Officers: First Row, L. to R. — Sue Yonushonis, Sgt.-ot-Arms; Jeanette Davidson, Publicity manager; Karen Danilik, Corresponding Secretary. Second Row — Judy Hampton, President; Joyce Wood, Vice President; Eileen Garvin, Recording Secretary; Janet Amole, Treasurer; Mrs. McCullough, Sponsor. 46 Joy Bo ys " And for ole ' Falls Church High we ' ll yell and yell and yell . ., " vowed the members of the Pep Club as their male counterparts, the Joy Boys, tried to out do them with their unique cheers. This scene could be witnessed at any athletic event as the two clubs competed for the Pep Stick. Besides the cheering at the games, both clubs have held other activities to boost school spirit. The Pep Club decorated the goal posts, sold car de¬ cals, sold victory ribbons, and built the Jaguar, whose roar was followed by the cry, " Charge! " In order to make sure the athletic teams were taken care of properly, the Pep Club donated $500 to the Athletic Department. The Joy Boys have supported all sporting events this past year includ¬ ing the underclassmen events. They also made a special point to aid the cheerleaders whenever possible. In order to acquire special noisemakers, the Joy Boys have sold doughnuts. The members of the Joy Boys of Falls Church High School. Joyce Wood, Sally Bannister, and Audrey Huth- waite unveil the Jaguar to the student body. 47 Fish and Wildlife Club The Fish and Wildlife Club, whose purpose is to promote interest in hunt¬ ing and fishing, has been very active this year. Among the many things the club has done have been camping and help¬ ing the animal reserves keep the fox population down. The members also enjoy learning new fishing tactics and methods of handling a gun. First Row, L. to R.: Bob Summers; Bill Campbell; Gregg Patton; Joe Ohleger; Norman Werner, President; Paul Kadel; Jeff Derrow; Randy Horton. Second Row — Comd. Heine, Sponsor; Jay May, Wilson LeDane; Bob Hickerson; Rick Pfeiffer; Tom May; Mike Tribble; Jim Chapman; Paul White; Allen Newman; Bill Wood; Karen Crouch; Rick Collins; Anita Stanghor; Werner Merz; Jody Lawson; Mike Thomas; Richard DiSilvio; John Sourbeer; Wally Hale. Rifle Club ■pm. ja HRt A, 4 . mm J J J Hi -- Ki l k m, 1 jSB - ■j ' ■ ■ " A k Bui The Rifle Club, newly chartered this year is interested in promoting the proper use and care of the rifle. Among their many projects have been trips to Fort Meyer rifle range to prac¬ tice shooting techniques. First Row, L. to R. — Rick Pfeiffer; Dennis Brooks; Allen Newman; Randy Horton; Jay May; Steve Ellenson; Dave Flester; Tom May; John Freshwater; Norman Werner. Second Row — Col. Greer, Sponsor; John Horn; Mike Thomas; Richard DiSilvio; Dan Oliver; Marty Reel; Rick Collins; Bob Hickerson; Wilson LeDane; Steve Flester; Steve Hamner. 48 Art Club Bryna Freyer, Kathy Dodd, Mrs. Crum, and Elaine Cragle review the first results of copper enameling. The Art Club has been very busy this past year. It sponsered two field trips to nearby art galleries and one trip to New York. The members made the program for the Winter Choral Concert, woodcuts and worked with copper enameling. In order to raise money they sold Christmas corsages and held their annual Variety Show, which focused on area bands this year. 1st Row L to R—Karen La Coss; Bryna Freyer, President; Mrs. Crum, Sponsor; Kathy Dodd; Earlie Jones; Tom Williams. 2nd Row—Jim Rodd; Steve Jeglum; Chris Mead; Linda Long; Karen Woltz; Nannette Bowers; Elaine Cragle; Kathy Barrett; Eileen Garvin; Mrs. Cloe, Sponsor. 49 Chess Club Like to play chess? Then why not join the Chess Club? This past year the club has been very active teaching unskilled students to play chess and play well. The Chess Club also organ¬ ized a team to represent Falls Church in inter-scholastic competition with other schools in the area. In all it has been a fun-filled year for the Chess Club. Seated, L. to R. — Mike Hadley, President; Jo Ann Todd; Mike Tribble. Standing — David Beck; David Hall; Lewis Bockner; Don Carrier; Jeff Daiak; Eric Rinamer; Don Ricks. Science Club First Row, L. to R.—Gregg Goff; John Birch; Bill Cheatham; Jim Grendfell. Second Row — Jimmy Aker; Chuck Southern; Dale Pace; Don Showalter, President; Mrs. Corbin, Sponsor. " To increase the knowledge of science " has been the goal of the Science Club for this past year. Al¬ though they were small in number, they held many activities to promote their interest in science. Among their activities were films and visits by sev¬ eral guest speakers. 50 Cheerleading Club " Two bits, for bits, six bits a dollar, all for Falls Church stand up and hollar . " This cheer and many others were presented to the student body by the members of the cheerleading club. Consisting of all the cheerleaders, the club was designed to unify the three squads. With weekly meetings the cheerleaders planned their spirit gim¬ micks and arranged club projects. Their main money raising functions were bake sales, the proceeds of which went toward financing such projects as cheerleading workshops attended by all the area cheerleaders. The mem¬ bers also sent representatives to cheer¬ leading camp where they learned their many new cheers. 1st. Row L to R—Joan Garvin; Debbie Hall; Ann Ballou; Ginny Giltford; Linda Mountjoy; Sue Ballou; Andi Duckett; Marcia Clark. 2nd Row-—Debbie Murdock; Jill Poole; Dari Goble; Cheryl Davis; Susie Short; Nancy Seay; Roz Harton; Karen Hunsberger. 3rd Row—Joann Breyer; Edye Stephenson; Linda Rosser; Michele Egnot. Monogram Club This year ' s Monogram Club contri¬ buted greatly to the girl ' s athletic de¬ partment. The girl ' s were able to raise enough money for new hockey, basket¬ ball and softball uniforms through the sale of cokes and hot dogs during the football and basketball games. 1st Row L to R—Sue Praetz; Margie Stacks; LeaAnn Nystrom; Shelia Riffle; Donna Wetrich; Carolyn Pinkett; Sharon Hicks. 2nd Row—Kathy Nies; Judy Hampton; Chris Andrews; Audrey Huthwaite; Valerie Knight; Jeannie Stapleton; Nancy Kincheloe; Judy Schafer; Sue Rowe. 51 Future Teachers of America First Row, L. to R. — Jerri Poore, Karen Weill; Jeanette Arnold; Diana Anderson. Second Row — Carol Lawall, President; Sue Sparks; Sue Hiller; Linda Bush; Pat Turner. Do you plan to sit on the other side of the teacher ' s desk someday? Then you should join the Future Teachers of America Club. As a very active club at F.C.H.S. the F.T.A. participated in Parents Visi¬ tation Day and Back-to-School Nig ht. During the Christmas season, they sang at the Children ' s Hospital. A guest speaker talked to them about college life as a future teacher later in the year, and three representatives were sent to the NEA State Convention in Roanoke, Virginia. Perhaps their most beneficial activity was observing teachers and students at the elemen¬ tary and junior high school levels. Future Homemakers of America What does a girl do when her main ambition is to become a housewife? She joins the Future Homemakers of America, of course. This is an organi¬ zation of females determined to learn the eccentricities of running a home. Through guest speakers and group discussions they explored further the subjects touched on during home ec¬ onomics class. They learned about child care and courtship and marriage in addition to sewing, cooking and gen¬ eral housekeeping. ■w W ' I sr.s : 1 Li w Hi. P jm P First Row, L. to R. — Kathy Eisle; Sandy Holmes, President; Connie Holmes; Karen Danilik. Sec¬ ond Row — Doris Heath; Barbara Kackley; Carolyn Dart; Dolly Towsey. Third Row — Judy Hamp¬ ton; Janet Amble; Jo Marie Paradise; Jeanne Stapleton; Sue Yonushonis; Marily Moran; Sue Miller. 52 Youth For Christ The Youth For Christ Club, estab¬ lished to promote spiritual interest, has been quite successful this past year in doing so. Their main activities have included breakfast, parties, and participation in the local " quizzeramas " where they have won a trophy twice for Falls Church. First Row, L. to R. — Becky Miller; Bonnie Nestor, President; Karen Hunsberger; Terry Berda. Sec¬ ond Row—Debbie Hunsberger; Jim Beech; Bill Booze; Patty Edison; Jo Anne Todd; Alicia La Cross. Future Business Leaders of America Having trouble balancing your al¬ lowance? Then why not join The Fu¬ ture Business Leaders of America and learn to do things in a business-like manner? During the year the F.B.L.A. spon¬ sored the Miss Falls Church High Beauty Contest and along with this they sponsored a talent contest. Also, on their list of activities was " Dress Right Week, " and provision of student secretaries for teachers. The teachers appreciated having their lounges dec¬ orated and the students appreciated the F.B.L.A. bulletin board—two more projects of the group. The F.B.L.A. had a full year of participating in school activities and helping the school. Seated, L. to R. — Patty Edison, President; Paula Meade, Vice President; Paula Meyer, Secretary; Pat Sheldon, Treasurer; Mrs. Reese, Sponsor. Second Row — Catherine Franz; Anita Ferrone; Linda Roberts; Karen Gerber; Bonnie Nestor; Judy Smith; Natalie Green. Third Row — Pat Monahan; Martha Bradshaw; Ginny Mondichak; Sue Hersey; Chris Simonet; June Miller; Bonnie Isom; Mar¬ lene Toward; Janet Amole; Laura Drago. 53 Distributive Education The Distributive Education Club is composed of those students who take the D.E. course in school. They leave school early to report to their jobs such as sales clerks or typists. This past year the D.E. club has done much to promote interest in their jobs. 1st Row L to R—Earlie Jones; Carolyn Bennett; Myrno Samuel; Wes Wright; Jim Akers. 2nd Row— Carol Bennett; Pauline Jackson; Marilyn Talamage; Barbara Redman; Jim Parsons; Angela Leavitt; Terry Hedgpeth. 3rd Row—Buzzy Blair; Randy Tannehill; Tom Tinner; Cochran; Tom Herrity. 4th Ro w—Jim Whitney; Larry Jones; Mike Monroe; Chris Sills; Larry Reeves; Tom Carter; Tom Sikes; Ron Childress; Tom Farmer, President; Bob Brooks. Intra-scholastic Cooperative Training The I.C.T. club is similar to the D.E. club except that it involves students who do jobs in which manual labor is required, such as electricians, mechan¬ ics, and nurses ' aid. During the year the I.C.T. club has held two functions; a tea and a banquet to which they were required to bring their employers. 1st Row L to R—Wendell Hite; Charles Stitzel, President; Mike McGlaughlin. 2nd Row—Don Sher- fey; Charles Feathers; Mike Montgomery; Dave Lindley, Treasurer; Ronnie Toward. Standing— Cynthia Furlow; Mr. McQuain, Sponsor; Larry Martz; Steve Smith; Mary Alice Healy; Harvey Swift; Betty Burroway, Secretary; John Fairbanks; Robert Cooper; Bill Fisher. 54 The Fortune Teller Count Berezowski (Joe Hare) loses the King ' s lottery ticket. Irma (Bon¬ nie Isom) finds it. Fresco (John Mc¬ Connell) tells Count Berezowski if he marries Irma her property will become his. Irma doesn ' t want to marry Count Berezowski so she has Musette (Karen Weedon) take her place. This was the plot of " The Fortune Teller, " the first operetta to be presented at F.C.H.S. Amid bright lights, elegant costumes, and elabor¬ ate scenery " The Fortune Teller " pro¬ vided enjoyable entertainment for all who attended. " You see she did as she was told, " replies John McConnell to Joe Hare " Riff-raff! Why you ingrate! Have you forgotten? " questions John McConnell of Karen Wee¬ don. J 8: Prize Winning Play Presented " You hove come! You have come! " says J. B. to the comforters. The lights have dimmed, the rousta¬ bouts have made their exit and two figures appear, one a gruff looking character with a tray of popcorn, the second a smaller, more pleasant fellow with a bunch of brightly colored balloons. " This is it, " says the popcorn ped¬ dler. " This is what? " questions his com¬ panion. " Where they play the play, " the peddler explains. And that was just what they did, along with such drama department personalities as Meddy Martin and Alan Mullins who shared the glory of the leads with Jim Parr and Joe Ohleger, the balloonman and the pop¬ corn peddler. The play itself was Archibald MacLeish ' s modern account of the book of Job. J. B. was the second Pulitzer Prize-Winning play presented at F.C.H.S. " I ' ll teach you how to pick my pockets, my dear " : Fagin to Oliver. " Oliver! " calls Mr. Bumble. " As long as he needs me " : Nancy Oliver! " Somebody better go get the boy " : Bill Sikes to Fogin. With the combined talent of the drama department, choral department, and the band, this year ' s musical, Oliver!, was a tremendous success. Oliver!, based on Charles Dicken ' s novel Oliver Twist, was the story of a young boy (Oliver) played by Mickey Fuson, who was forced to move from one guardian to another. His first home was in the workhouse managed by Mr. Bumble (Joe Hare) and the Widow Corney (JoAnn Todd) Mr. Bumble and the Widow then sold him to the Sowerberry ' s played by (Larry Johnson and Jo Worthy). After running away from the Sowerberrys, Oliver met Fagin (Bob Blake), Nancy (Alicia LaCoss), and Bill Sikes (Joe Ohleger), who taught him to pick pockets. While out one day with the artful Dodger (Gary Chewning), Oliver was taken by Mr. Brownlow (Steve Price) who grew to love him. In the end, Nancy was killed trying to return Oliver to Mr. Brownlow and Oliver learned that Mr. Brownlow was his grandfather. " Who will buy my red, red roses? " : the vendor. " Oh, my little ducky daddies. What a ridiculous pair of old lovers we are! " The Bald Soprano For the second year in a row the Falls Church High School Drama De¬ partment achieved a superior rating at the district one-act play festival and represented our school at the state competition in Charlottesville. A satiri¬ cal farce on life, The Bald Soprano, marked another well deserved award for the drama department. The leads were held by veterans Meddy Martin, the senior class ' s " most talented, " and Joe Ohlegar with supporting roles being held by Lynn Hooper, Karen Williams, Gary Chewing and Marshall Lunsford. CAST L to R—Meddy Martin, Joe Ohleger, Lynn Hooper, Gary Chewning, Marshall Lunsford, Karen Williams. Blithe Spirit Take one man and one wife, very happy, add another wife, quite dead, and you have Noel Coward ' s Blithe Spirit, the drama department ' s spring play. A classic British comedy, this " improbable farce " concerns a normal, happy couple who, when conducting a seance at a dinner party, find themselves with the playful ghost of the man ' s first wife. Gary Chewning, a newcomer to the stage this year in The Bald Soprano, portrayed the distraught husband who was plagued by two wives (rather than the customary one). The ghostly wife who disrupts her husband ' s home added another role to the long list acquired by Meddy Martin, this year ' s " most talented " girl. Karen Williams, first seen this year in JB and later in The Bald Soprano, was the second wife who went to extremes to rid her house of its supernatural visitor. Vet¬ eran Alicia LaCoss and newcomers Linda Burkett, Mary Morris, and David Vernon complete the cast, which brought something new to the FCHS stage, in what was the last production to be performed by our drama de¬ partment in the old auditorium. Oh, Sir, whatever for? " says Edith to Charles, " Is there anyone there who wishes to speak to anyone here? " , Mary Morris Meddy Martin, Gary Chewning, Lynda Burkett, and Karen Williams. Choral Department The members of the Falls Church Choral Department have had a very active year. Their season began early with the production of " The Fortune Teller, " the first operetta Falls Church has seen. In December the department presented their annual Winter Concert. Also during the Christmas season, Mad¬ rigals and the A-Cappella Choir visited Pine Spring Elementary School and Whittier Intermediate School. April was the scene for the Choral Department ' s musical production " Oliver " , With the combined talents of the drama and choral departments, the musical was a tremendous success. The end of the year saw the department present its annual Spring Concert. The year was climaxed by the Madrigals performance at graduation. Alicia LaCoss sings the roll of Nancy in Oliver. County Chorus t 1st Row L to R—Barbara Davis; Sharon Rice; Mickey Fuson; Sherry Barrus; Rhonda Oz; Anita Ferrone; Sharon Vorhauer. 2nd Row—Alicia La- Cross; JoAnn Todd; Grace Dronenberg; David Campbell; John Eldridge; Pat Hawkins; Jo Worthy. 3rd Row—Larry Johnson; Steve Price; Bob Blake; Joe Hare; Ricky Russell. 62 Madrigals 1st Row L to R—Bonnie Isom, Anita Ferrone, Karen LaCross, Grace Droneburg, Nancy Albertson, Barbara Davis. 2nd Row— Alicia LaCoss, Johnny Eldridge, Richard Russell, Bill Wood, Larry Johnson, Bob Blake, JoAnne Todd, Patti Slimak, Steve Price. Madrigals practice: Grace Dronenberg, Bonnie Isom, Larry Johnson, John Eldridge. Concert Choir 1st Row L to R—Debbie Tipton; Sherry Barrus; Nancy Hamblin; Darlene Godlove; Karen Weil; Pat Boyette; Patty Post; Sherry Jeglum. 2nd Row—Bonnie Randall; Louis Ellis; Adele Liptrap; Anita Ferrone; Barbara Davis. 3rd Row—Sharon Rice; Alicia LaCross; Debbie Hunsberger; Barbara Davis. 3rd Row—Sharon Rice; Alicia LaCoss; Debbie Hunser; Carol Sahrow; Karen LaCoss; Debbie Horning; Patty Slimak; JoAnn Todd; Tina Oehser. 4th Row—Davis Campbell; John Eldridge; Steve Price; Larry Johnson; Bill Wood; Joe Hare; Ricky Russell. Mrs. Hamilton instructs a class. 64 A-Cappella Choir 1st Row L to R—Majorie Jones; Sandy Galloway; Debbie Adams; Gloria Seay; Elaine Kerstetter; Cathy Cazalas; Wanda Madison. 2nd Row—Theresa Shull; Ann Newkirk; Krista Wall; Sandy Freeman; Jackie Morris; Lani Zdvoracek. Girls Chorus 1st Row L to R—Nanette Bowers; Beverly Chipps; Marcia Smith; Terry Redden; Rhonda Oz; Mary Addison. 2nd Row- Wanda Madison; Pat Hawkins; Jeannette Dronenburg; Linda Griffith; Jane Short; Sherry Barrus; Mickey Fuson. 65 Concert Band This year the Falls Church High School Band proved to be one of the very finest in Falls Church ' s history. In June the band received standing ovations for both con¬ certs at the Virginia Beach Music Festival where they reigned as Honor Band for 1966. In August, the band spent a week at Orney Springs, Virginia, band camp, where they prepared for the fall marching season. The band astounded football audiences with fantastic half-time marching exhibitions, which were unsurpassed anywhere in Northern Virginia. In November, the band traveled to William and Mary College to treat the audiences of William and Mary and V.P.I. to a spectacular half-time show. On March 1 1, the concert band received a " Super¬ ior " rating in grade six music at the winter band festival held at Annandale. In April, the Jaguar band, as usual, gave a fine showing at the Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C. Spring plans included a trip back to Virginia Beach and looking forward to accepting the invitation to Can¬ ada ' s Expo ' 67. The Concert Band practices. 66 % All-State Band 1st Row L to R—Tom Richardson; Mark Martini; Larry Bertram; Elaine Stuckey. 2nd Row—Chris Wright; Paul Kadel; Dick Bennett; Gary Behrend; Doug Maher; David Carey; David Weinberger; Ronnie Erler, Chris Botos. 67 The Marching Band The Marching Band The Marching Band practices for the Cherry Blossom Festival. Drum Major Chris Mendoza 68 Golden Girl, Dolly Towsey. FLAG GIRLS L to R—Glenda Graham; Gayle Taylor; Belinda Gowin; Karee Keeler. 69 70 Sfe ' -fi ■ ' fete :■ FEATURES 71 The court and crowd enjoy the game. A quick look in the mirror for Edye and Karen before the presentation. The first formal occasion of the year was smothered in mountains of napkins and chrysanthemums and was highlighted by a rousi ng football game. The 1966 Homecoming Court was presented to the music of Rodgers and Hammerstein. In float competition the Junior Class, Keyettes and Joy Boys took honors. At the " Ice Palace " , a new alias for the cafeteria, everyone rocked to the sound of the " Lost Souls " and Miss Edye Stephenson was crowned 1966 Homecoming Queen by last year ' s queen, Clara Huff. 72 The junior float being brought up for presentation. Time out for Queen Edye and her escort Steve Poucher. Homecoming Weekend - 1966 Standing: Pam Huff, Senior Representative; B. Moran, Senior Representative; Darin Poole, Freshman Representative; Jill Poole, Junior Representative; Sitting: Karen Hunsburger, Maid- of Honor; Edye Stephenson, Queen; Nancy Seay, Sophomore Representative. 73 The 1967 Sweetheart Dance; Due to circumstances beyound his control, Cupid didn ' t quite make it to the Sweetheart Dance, but the dance was a smash anyway. The cafeteria was decked with enormous bal¬ loons and millions of red hearts and several parachutes, under which the queen, Christina Ortiz, was crowned. The " Youngbloods " pro¬ vided the music to which couples danced the nite away. Sweetheart Queen, Christina Ortiz, and Maid-of-Honor, Julie Short, admire their roses. 74 An atmosphere of ' Illusion ' ' Christina gracefully receives her crown. Senior Representatives Ann Swing, Sue Hayes and Jeanne Cothran take time out for a chat. Standing: Debbie Hall, Freshman Representative; Nancy Albertson, Sophomore Representative; Peggy McMahon, Junior Representative; Cindy Klienfield, Sophomo re Representative; Roz Horton, Freshman Representative; Seated: JoAnn Breyer, Junior Representative; Dottie Valentino, Junior Representative; Cheryl Davis, Freshman Representative; Faye Jones, Sophomore Representative. The 1967 Junior 76 Senior Prom The 1967 Junior-Senior Prom—certainly a night to remember! The beautifully decorated ballroom at the International lmn provided a fitting setting for such an evening. The at¬ mosphere was set by the lively tempo of the Aristocrats, and Laurie Mastenbrook, attended by Maid-of-Honor Marcia Clark, reigned over the delightful evening. Laurie Mastenbrook, 1967 Prom Queen. Standing: Edye Stephenson, Homecoming Queen; Patti Welch; Sue Payne; Joyce Peters; Suzi Davis; Carol Graham; Seated: Pat Kelley Bobbie Miles; Patti Melick; Nancy Cox. Not Pictured; Christina Ortiz, Sweetheart Queen. 77 " Dogpafch” F.C.H.S. Amid the shrieks of the guys being chased around the cafeteria, you could hear Billy Wells solemnly saying: " By the power in¬ vested in this sweat shirt, I now pronounce you man and wife. " In the distance could be heard the call of the pig, alias The Broken Chain. One passerby commented that there were some of the most authentic characters ever. Thus Sadie Hawkins day was celebrated in the best of Falls Church tradition. G-L-O-R-l-A, GLOR-I-A! Ya-hoo! Mountain Dew! But, wait a minute. Demands, demands! Wolf Gal, Jeanne Cothran; Tiny Yokum, Bob Goracke; Cave Gal, Pam Huff; Pappy Yokum, Pete Oakley; Marryin ' Sam, Billy Wells; Mammy Yokum, Nancy Cox; L ' le Abner, Fred Tremper; Daisey Mae, Carol Graham; Honest Abe, Randy Lain; Moonbeam McSwine, Suzy Davis. . . . and one poor maid found herself in a complete scuba diving outfit. " Keyette, Marlene Paluzzi. Key Clubber, Larry Johnson, waits patiently as Vickie Donaldson, Mike Austin, and Claus Moltke-Hoff survey his new hat. Maid and Butler Keyette president, Laurie Mastenbrook, feeds Ricky Russel. The ever popular Maid and Butler Day fes¬ tivities were co-sponsored by the Keyette and Key Clubs to raise funds for the March of Dimes. The fun began before school in the upper Cherry Street lobby, where the maids and but¬ lers met their masters. Some of the butlers, alias Key Club members, found themselves in make-up and dresses while others were duti¬ fully chained to their masters. One poor maid found herself in a complete scuba diving outfit. The servants were required to spend the day lugging books, siging " Mary Had A Little Lamb " , and doing all types of dirty work. Their just reward was the $80.00 raised for March of Dimes. 79 Jr.-Sr. Game Riot Squad—Larry Johnson, Lloyd MacMillan, and Larry Winstead. The riot squad went into action Friday, March 31, at the Jr.-Sr. Basketball Game. The results were hilarious. Half-time activities in¬ cluded a Crazy Foam fight betwen the Junior Cheerleaders and the Senior A-Go-Go girls. Bob " Gork " Goracke was crowned " King Ugly " by Bob Bowman. Then the Super Seniors and the Jolly Juniors were at it again! The cheerleaders indulge in a little extra-curricular activities during half-time. Junior, Bill Booze, Senior, Bob Goracke, and Ref. Billy Wells. Junior cheerleader Lynn Hooper. Senior cheerleaders—Kathy Fioramonti, Suzi Davis, Patti Welch, and Vivian Warren. Go, " Big Rhee " . Another Victory for Class of 67 i Debbie Murdock gets a handoff as Ref Weisgerber watches atten¬ tively. , 64-23-89 Hike " cried senior defense captain, " Big Rhee " Burgess and the 1966 Powder Puff game was off to a winning start. Although the juniors put up a good fight, the seniors spurged on to a 21-6 victory. Meanwhile the cheerleaders (?) for both teams engaged in a soggy water balloon fight. During half¬ time, fugitives from the school band provided music (?) for the junior cheerleaders to work off pent-up emotions. The festivities ended with everyone running down the street to catch the late-bus. Senior Benchwarmers: Nancy Cox, Donna Wetrich, Audrey Huthwaite, Nancy Kinchloe, Jane Miller, Pam Huff, Jeanne Cothran, Patti Willis. 81 Christina Ortiz Crowned Miss Falls Church High 1967 The Miss Falls Church High Beauty Contest, judged by WEAM ' s Happy O ' Hare and Aman¬ da Blake of Cinderella Finishing School, was the most impressive ever held at Falls Church High School. The atmosphere was that of a Miss America Pageant—truly exciting and different. As each contestant, dressed in a suit, stepped into the spotlight on the platform, her past, present, and future hopes were revealed to the audience and judges. In the background the Tiajuana Brass could be heard playing softly. Soon the contestants returned in formal gowns. All the excitement was brought to a climax as Christina Ortiz, our foreign exchange stu¬ dent, was crowned Miss Falls Church High 1967 by Joyce Peters, Miss Falls Church High last year. Gail Sullivan in suit competition. Christina receives the crown from Joyce Peters as finalists, Darren Poole and JoAnn Breyer, look on. 82 Christina accepting a complementary kiss from Mr. Todd. " . . . and I want a doll house and a Mickey Mouse hat and a Barbie doll and a confides MeJanie Marcus. Snow Highlights the 1966 Christmas Dance " And then along came Mary . 83 : vB S- Mmm . -ymm : [ life : llii :5 jjS 84 SPORTS 85 Falls Church 21, Yorktown 6 — Quarterback Randy Lain sets and passes in a non-league upset victory over the highly rated Patriots. A strong defense prevented a Yorktown score until the final seconds. Falls Church 34, Jefferson 20 — Jim Farrell takes off with Norm Canfield providing the blocking. In a t otally offensive game Farrell rolled up over 200 yards rushing as the Jags won their first league game. Varsity Football Team Falls Church 15, Fairfax 15 In one of the season’s most exciting games, Norm Canfield drives up the middle to set up the first touchdown. The Jags were denied a victory when Dennis Crawford was injured on an interception and was unable to attempt his second field goal. 86 First row: Leroy Cook, Bob Goracke, Jack Brandt, Vic Mitchell, Steve Parks, Jim Farrell, Mike Mitchell. Second row: Chris Wright, Bob Sowder, Dennis Crawford, Mike Creel, Randy Lain, Bob Cline, Ken Bruntel, John Stevenson, Harold Gaskins. Third row: Roger McClain, Mark Guenther, John Musgrave, Chuck Howard, Ron Shifflet, Walley Ake, Billy Oliver, Woody Hartsook, Larry Johnson. Eggy Wisooker, Dan Thomas, Ken Wester, Mike Spencer, Steve Hall, Norm Canfield, Bill Herbert, Mike Sapp, Chuck Sell. Fourth row: Bill Galahan, Head Coach Compiles 5-4-1 Record Falls Church 34, O ' Connell 20 — The Jaguar defense, led by Jay Douglas, Steve Parks, and Ken Bruntel apply the brakes to an O ' Connell runner. The fine defense gave the offense numerous chances to score their five touchdowns. 87 Stuart 19, Falls Church 7 — The Randy Lain handing off to Jim the charge. Several mixups early ii " Green Team " goes in motion with Farrell as Woody Hartsook leads the game caused losses of possible scores and gave the opportunity and retention of the Victory Bell. seeking Raiders an upset victory Falls Church 42, McLean 25 — 1966 proved to be the year for football happiness as our Jaguars rolled over McLean in our first homecoming victory in recent years. Here Bob Sowder comes up to block for Jim Farrell. Falls Church 40, Groveton 13 — Jimmy Farrell sweeps right for long yardage against the Tigers. The Jaguar-of-the-year and his teammates proved altogether too strong for the smaller Groveton team. T m Madison 33, Falls Church 6 — High flying Harold Gaskins (86) reaches for a pass amid the Madison defenders. A poor game attitude resulted in a end of the season loss to a spirited War- hawk team. Woodson, 35, Falls Church 18 — In the season ' s only day game, a strong running game by the Cavaliers left the Jags on the short end. Quarterback Randy Lain fires a pass to Bob Sowder in the first quarter. 89 Annandale 40, Falls Church 7 — Ron Shifflet makes a diving tackle on Annandale runner Jeff VonBeulwitz. Our smaller team was not enough to stop the defending state champions as the Atoms rolled to their second undefeated season. 90 Junior Varsity Beats Madison Front Row: Barry Parks, Richard Brown, Joe Gambardella, Ken Rosen- burg, Dave Brennen, Mike Ball, Mike Sapp. Back Row: Andy Evers, Bob Dart, Ken Wester, Bill Herbert, Mike Spencer, Jim Webb, John Ratchford, Pat Jones. Not pictured: Randy Scott, Coach. A SPRINGFIELD 6-32 A MADISON 13-12 H JEFFERSON 7-13 A YORKTOWN 13-15 H McLEAN 7-20 H WOODSON 0-7 H FAIRFAX 0-7 A ANNANDALE 7-13 Quarterback Mike Spencer hands off to Roger McClain in the game against Woodson. 91 Cross Country Lacks Depth Captain Carl Micale paced the team, placing 8th in the Regional and 40th in the State meet. Senior John Everhard gave the team some much-needed depth, with Hruneni and Johnson backing him up. The team finished with a 1-3 record and second place in the triangular meet with Yorktown and Langley. Kneeling: Dennis Kinnan, Ed Hruneni, Alan Newman, Pat Behan. John Everhard, Bill Johnson, Carlo Micale, Captain Standing: Major Wells, Coach, John Tapp, Dan Fuson, Dan Hudson, 92 Season Disappointing But Fun Triumphs Standing left to right: Coach, Miss Weisgerber; Joanne Tinner, Carolyn Pinkett, Sharon Hicks, Sue Praetz, Margie Stacks, Chris Andrews, Shelia Riffle, Kathy Nies, Sheryl Carter, Carol Larkin, Peggy Cragle, Lea Anne Nystrom, Nancy Hamlin. Hard work, cold winds and muddy fields doesn ' t dampen the enthusiasm of the Girls Hockey Team, coached by Miss Weisgerber. Why do these girls participate in this sport that makes football look like child ' s play? Some say it is school spirit; others, competiveness but the girls say it ' s because they enjoy it. Although the team had an unsuc¬ cessful year, they plan to be back on the field next year with the spirit of try, try again. Games Annandale 0-3 Edison 1-2 Groveton 1-5 Langley 2-2 Where did it go? Where did the ball go? 93 Varsity Debbie Murdock, Marcia Clark, and Edye Stephenson display literature for Magazine Drive Assembly. V k ' J pr K mm l M; fpr Front Row—Karen Hunsburger, Co-captain; Edye Stephenson, Captain. Second Row — Michele Egnot, Patti Willis. Third Row — Sue Ballou, Linda Rosser, Marcia Clark. Back Row — Debbie Murdock, Joann Breyer, Jill Poole 94 Cheerleaders Marcia Clark displays perfect form. The back-jump is pretty good too. Varsity captain, Edye Stephenson, leads a cheer during a football game. The high-flying cheerleaders instill spirit at the season ' s first pep rally. 95 Linda Mountjoy, Ann Ballou, Dari Goble, Joan Garvin, Nancy Seay, Co-captain; Andi Duckett, Captain. Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Football star, Debbie Murdock, has her drawers pulled up by Jill Poole and Joann Breyer. Freshman cheerleader, Roz Horton, practices a " C " jump for the evening ' s basketball game. 96 Jill Poole models the latest in cheerleading uniforms. " The Jaguar Rebellion wants you! " cries Patti Willis. Freshman Cheerleaders L. to R. — Susie Short, Debbie Hall, Ginny Gifford, Co-captain; Cheryl Davis, Captain; Roz Horton. 97 Junior center Jerry Wall leaves all Annandale defenders flat-footed as he scores in a Northern District contest. Co-captain Bruce Boger drives around Woodson ' s Dave Oliverio in an attempt to score. 98 Stretching arm to arm with a Woodson man, Walley Ake goes for the rebound. FALLS CHURCH OPPONENTS 55 Langley 46 62 McLean 49 44 Fort Hunt 65 47 O ' Connell 56 47 Stuart 71 62 Fairfax 79 55 Wakefield 67 63 Jefferson 56 58 Madison 60 39 Marshall 40 46 Woodson 86 42 Yorktown 58 55 Annandale 75 39 Jefferson 68 63 Fairfax 82 50 Madison 61 50 Woodson 95 70 Annandale 74 Varsity Basketball Left to Right — David Stickley; Manager, Bruce Boger; co-captain, Preston Knapp, Len Beech, Robbie Childress, Dennis Crawford, Billy Oliver; co¬ captain, Jon Denny, Jerry Wall, Wally Ake, Pat Dolan, Head Coach; Jim Warren. 99 Junior guard, Len Beech, drives the baseline with a Jefferson man shadowing him. Jerry Wall seems to be winning the face-making contest. He also is winning the rebounding contest as he did so many times this year. 100 With hair flying, Bill Oliver goes high to score against Annandale. All eyes are on Denny Crawford as he lofts a shot over the out-streched arm of a Wakefield defender. 101 Junior Varsity Basketball Back Row — Coach, Sid Bennett, Barry Parks, Mike Spencer, Pleacher, Bill Ditto, Danny Hudson, Greg Hughes. Front Row: John Pleacher scores against Madison. John Veazy, Jeff King, Wally Stryker, Charlie Hayes, Larry Garfield, Louis Scott Cook, George Murrey. FALLS CHURCH OPPONENTS 36 Langley 40 49 McLean 36 50 Fort Hunt 60 30 O ' Connell 53 63 Stuart 49 26 Wakefield 67 42 Fairfax 55 42 Jefferson 47 39 Madison 53 32 Marshall 39 24 Yorktown 58 30 Annandale 57 23 Jefferson 49 26 Fairfax 42 31 Madison 38 41 Woodson 54 5 West Springfield 70 32 Woodson 54 » m mn m w • •mm « » »! » ■twf m »»»! ■ s mmn 102 Flawless Freshmen Unbeaten Back Row — Coach Matalavage, Jin Alan Kendell, Rick Todd, Bill Fitts, Flather, Dean Boger, Terry Hill, Dave Oliver, Mike Micale. Front Row — Dan Rudicill, Mike Cothran, Larry Bertram, Jim Dodson. Mike Dodigion, Tom McConnell, Frosh Gridders Are Undefeated " op to Bottom: st Row—Ronnie Abrams, Larry Bertram, Jim Flather, Coach Larsen, -oach Konapa, David Oliver, Bob Butts, Steve Little. 2nd Row — Bill itts, Jack MacMull, Jim Hecker, Mike Spence, Robin Blair, Bruce Rud- ile, Wendell Round, Gary Powell, Tom McConnell, Mark Williams. 3rd — Mike Dodgian, Bill Anderson, Tom Bell, Eric Bolotin, Bob James, Jerry Harper, Rick Todd, Chris Southerly, Bill Prichard, Tom Monday. 4th Row — Joe Shaffer, Mike Cothran, Paul Patt, Dean Boger, Mike Micale, Bob Byers, George Bowen, John Redden, David Sickle, Wayne Patt. 5th Row — Rob Gearhart Manager. 103 Co-captain Gary Trudell drives his opponent to the mat in the district finals. Gary went on to win the 120 lb. championship. 104 Northern District 133 lb. champion Larry Winstead, whose perfect 11-0 record tied him with Tony Christ for the best performance, is shown wrestling John Marshall of Annandale. Left to Right — Bill Herbert, Vic Mitchell, Jim Farrell, Ross Smith, Norm Canfield, Tommy Yun, Larry Winstead, Bill Galahan, Chip Belyea, Roger Williams, Andy Ogden, Ray Lacy, Barry Anderson, Ken Delorenzo. Not pictured: Gary Trudell, Tony Christ; co-coptains. Varsity Enjoys Fine Season Senior John Moore, who wrestled with a number of injuries, compiled a 7-2-1 record and was runner-up in the regionals. FALLS CHURCH OPPONENTS 27 Stuart 19 37 McLean 9 33 Yorktown 1 1 31 Marshall 9 15 Annandale 21 25 Madison 22 32 Fairfax 16 31 Woodson 1 1 42 Jefferson 5 32 George Washington 14 26 O ' Connell 16 Ross Smith waits expectently for the referee ' s signal to begin. Ross ' s 10-1 mark helped the team finish 2nd in the Northern District. Chip Belyea plays wheel barrow with Madison ' s Steve Olson. Chip lost in the finals on a referee ' s decision in overtime. Undefeated Tony Christ takes down his opponent in the dis- tict finals. Tony won the championship and went on to state. 106 J.V. Matmen Score 3-3 Season Front Row L-R: Tom Smith, Dan Hartsook, Chris Southerly, Danny Jameson, Ross Arnold, Paul Zavinsky, Joey Everhard. Back Row: Randy Scott, Coach; Mark Williams; Steve Martinez; Tom Monday; Rick Shine; Ken Ogden; Bob Batts. The 1967 Junior Varsity Wrestling Team showed great promise for the upcoming years as they compiled a 50 per cent 4-4 record. Strong performances by Joey Everhard at 95 and Freshman Tom Bell helped to give the team the necessary push to win several one point matches. Randy Scott, in his second year as coach, had a team wellstocked with freshmen. With these boys showing good style as freshmen, the Varsity should have plenty of candidates in the next three years. 107 Varsity Baseball Senior Letterman Steve Parks deals and throws in a pre-season intersquad game. Steve doubled as a pitcher and first baseman. VARSITY BASEBALL Apr. 4 Jefferson H 4:00 7 Bye 14 Madison A 4:00 18 Annandale H 4:00 21 Woodson A 4:00 22 Fairfax A 8:00 25 Jefferson A 4:00 28 Bye 29 Springfield A 2:00 May 2 Madison H 4:30 5 Annandale A 4:30 8 Woodson H 4:30 9 Fairfax H 4:30 12 Jefferson H 4:30 13 Bye 16 Springfield H 4:30 19 Madison A 4:30 20 Annandale H 2:00 23 Woodson A 4:30 26 Fairfax A 8:00 31 June 3 Dist. Tourn. The left-handed batmen were Steve Parks, Pat Jones, Dean Boger, Bob Holiday. 108 The mound staff, from left to right: Gary Seymour, Steve Hall, Steve Parks, Mike Smith, Dean Boger, Bob Holiday. 109 Multi-talented Johnny Titus takes his turn behind the plate. Johnny also played the infield and the outfield. Senior batmen, from left to right: Mike Creel, Woody Hartsook, J. E. Albritton, Bruce Boger, Johnny Titus. 110 Junior Varsity Baseball " t! gfij 11 §.41 ff BRlk; | 0 lv fa m . 3 „» i i I 8tw yra! If ’ MSS KSBfJBw _ m v?f . .LflP jjg ™ m 7 9f ’ ' ■ ■■■Ml " mm l 1 L II U 1st row L-R: Bruce Ruddle, Dave Williams, Danny Rudacill, Mike Crum, Jeff Geuder, Jim Flather, Larry Bertram, Ronnie Abrams. 2nd row L-R: Alan Kendall, John Hallama, Louis Cook, Bill Anderson, Jim Mills, John Sheldon, Barry Parks, Coach Warren. J.V. BASEBALL April. 14 Madison H 18 Annandale A 21 Woodson H 22 Fairfax H 25 Jefferson H 29 Springfield H May 2 Madison A 5 Annandale H 8 Annandale H 9 Fairfax A 12 Jefferson A 111 Two Sophomore hurlers, Mike Ball and Ricky Barlett display fine form in warm-ups for a meet with Annadale. Track Team Experienced Strong Season 1st Row, L to R—John Tapp; Ed Hruneni; John Everhard; Mark Guenther; Carlo Micale; Gil Morrison; Pat Brescia. 2nd Row— Tony Christ; David Sickle; Ken Bruntel; Tom Bell; Pat Behan; Bob Cline. 3rd Row—Rob Blair; Dennis Crawford; Jim Far¬ rell; Tom Monday; Bob Batts; Eric Bolotin. 4th Row—David May; Ken Ogden; Donnie McDaniel; Mike Spence; Dave McDaniel; Mike Micale; Allen Neuman; Don Owens, Manager, John Christ. 5th Row: Dave Cox; Mike Ball; John Ratchford; Rick Barlett; Robert Jarm; David Ducrest; George Murray; Barry Anderson. 6th Row—Coach James Wells; Bill Fitts; Kenny Isibel; Bruce Davidson; Mike Calhoun; Tommy Yun; John Musgrave; Coach Bob Pruett; Roger Williams. Mark Guenther opens up a wide lead over his opposing runners in the mile relay. TRACK Apr. 1 5 Fairfax Co. Relays Jeff.-Madison Marshall Jefferson 4:00 8 G.W. Relays G.W. 10:00 12 Woodson Home 4:00 19 Fx.-Madison Madison 4:00 22 Hamm. Relays Hamm. 10:00 26 Madison Home 4:00 29 May 3 No. District Ann.-Fairfax Home 4:30 5 Fx. Co. Meet Woodson 4:00 6 Fx. Co. Meet Woodson 7:30 10 Fairfax Home 4:30 13 Regional 10:00 20 Meet State Meet 9:30 Jimmy Farrell ahead of Pat Brescia as Assistant Coach Bob Pruett takes the time of the 440 yd. relay. 113 Team captain Carlo Micale and Coach Wells anxiously await the official results of the two mile run. Seemingly flying over the ground, Johnny Everhard hands the baton to awaiting Mark Guenther. 114 State Golf Champs Defend Title The defending state champion high school golf team composed of, from left to right, Pete Oakley, Pete Jones, Toby Sullivan, Frank Rogers, Tim Arnold, Randy Lain, Jay Rakel, Sam Miller. GOLF Apr. 3 Fairfax 10 Jefferson 14 Langley 17 Marshall 25 McLean 28 Stuart May 3 Springfield 5 Annandale Westwood C. C. Springfield C. C. Army-Navy (FX) Wash. G. C. C. International Westwood C. C. Woodlawn C. C. Army-Navy (Fx) 8 Play-off 12 Regional Tourn. 15 No. Va. Team Champs 18-19 Va. Interscholastics Senior " Swinger " , Tim Arnold, takes a big cut at the ball at the International Golf course. Timmy was the reigning District of Columbia Junior Golf Champion. Girls Varsity Basketball Botton Row: Left to Right — Sue Praetz, Shelia Riffle, Sandy Buckley, Peggy Cragle. Top Row: Left to Right — Margie Stacks, Chris Andrews, Beverly Heywood, Mary Jane Andrews. Not pictured — Valerie Knight, Brenda Pohlman, Liz Santino, Dinah Harvey, Coach Peggy Dowdy. Game Falls Church Opponents Fairfax 21 32 Groveton 28 46 Ft. Hunt 17 41 Jefferson 34 37 Herndon 34 32 McLean 35 27 Lee 33 38 Madison 30 36 Mt. Vernon 25 27 Marshall 29 44 Woodson 29 38 Stuart 39 40 The name of the game is girls basketball, but one might think the game was try outs for the track team. “Run, run, run, all we ever do is run. What does she think she is doing to us?“ These grumbles were fre¬ quently heard coming from the gym during practice sessions of the girls basketball team. Even though the girls had an unsuccess¬ ful season, the competition they faced made basketball an exciting challenge. In the Mc¬ Lean game the opposition gave way and allowed senior, Chris Andrews, to set a new girl ' s scoring record of twenty-nine points. Sprained ankles, jammed fingers and blistered callouses marked the end of the girls basketball season. Varsity Softball Top—L to R: Sue Franks, Peggy Cragle, Sue Rowe, Nancy Kincheloe, Dottie Valentino, Jill Poole. Bottom—L to R: Margie Stacks, Sue Praetz, Shelia Riffle, LeAnn Nystrom. Not pictured—Chris Andrews and Dee Jones, Mgr. " Now that I ' ve got it, what do I do with it? " contem¬ plates Jill Poole. " I told Miss Weisgerber these pants were too tight, " worries LeAnn Nystrom as she dives for the ball 117 J.V. Hockey L. to R. — Coach Miss Brenda Kiessling, Jean Schoellig, Jo Ann Sparks, Christy Ward, Sharon Davis, Lillian Keels, Beth Richard, Terri Riffle, Dana Stiff, Linda Creel, Pat Ferguson, Terri Redden, Frances Kobayashi J.V. Basketball Standing L. to R. — Shirley Jones, Jean Schoellig, Pat Hawkins, Vicki Utterback, Suzi Jones, Erika Kander, Chris Ward, Karen Weill (Mgr.), Coach Judy Sapienza. Kneeling L. to R. — Dana Stiff, Ceceilia Paradise, Judy Fuge, Darren Poole, Jeannie Hampton. Not pictured — Sharon Vorhauer, Nan Kay Walters. 118 Junior Varsity Softball Bottom L to R—Terri Compton, Susan Dellinger, Sandy Galloway, Susie Short, Debbie Amon, Cheryl Davis, Daren Poole. Top L to R—Peggy Melick, manager; Mary Jane Andrews, Jean Schoellig, Judie Fuge, Sue Morris, Doris Hanna, Jo Ann Sparks, Shirley Jones, Mary Groger, Manager; not pictured-Debbie Hall. ty , jTjA y fS 1 - .April 11 18 20 25 27 May 2 4 9 11 SOFTBALL SCHEDULE McLean Lee Madison Mt. Vernon Marshall Woodson Stuart Springfield Langley Edison H A A H H A H A H A Judie Fuge catches a fly to make the last out. 119 wjlt Mm Mlil : ' -w ' . ' ,„ ' ; ■■ ' .. ‘I ilSSM |fW-.%|| ■ --• ' ' . ' i ; V •- ' • • “• vX-fl p| ' tl $mm mm - I jVJv lj ®I lip W$00M mmSm «sif .vifcvIX .‘ v! V jj® r -iV- -Vi,; V ■ ■. - - ' ’ v ' • v i?.yfjvv jA. ij. E ;- i 1 jF- ;, I ' :: 0i E Bvr 120 SI® :. ' " v -wf ' ' ?- j U,- w®n$ i ;§S| w|i vf ! I i ■- ..ail 3 ■ ■ " v ' ' ; w . ' ;• - i-fdilCfj . 79 ... Vp Vrti ' -S; $ : SSK SM in FACULTY 121 •« , Mr. Todd: an important administrative notice Principal Mr. Thomas D. Todd is re¬ spected among the students at Falls Church for his quiet, friendly manner and his desire to be of help whenever pos¬ sible. Always ready to listen, Mr. Todd has willingly served many of us. With a B.A. from the Uni¬ versity of Richmond and an M.A. from the University of Michigan, Mr. Todd is well prepared to lead our school. Mr. Todd has a long history with the Virginia school sys¬ tem. He was Director of Physi¬ cal Education for twelve years here at Falls Church before returning in 1964 to become our principal. 122 Mr. Arthur Valotto, our Assistant Principal for Admin¬ istration, has quickly become a known and respected admin¬ istrator. Along with his other duties, Mr. Valotto is sponsor of the S.C.A. and has contri¬ buted greatly to its success this year. He received a degree from West Virginia University and was athletic director here at Falls Church. After being as¬ sistant principal at Madison for two years he returned to Falls Church where he has served for the past three years. Mr. Valotto: a close guard on the halls. Assistant Principals Mr. Vliet: another memo Mr. Leland Vliet graduated from George Washington Uni¬ versity with a masters degree in economics. In 1947 he taught in our Social Studies Department but left in 1962 to be assistant principal of Robert E. Lee. But he, too, re¬ turned to Falls Church in 1965. He keeps a close eye on the faculty and teaching methods and is a constant visitor to our classrooms. Mrs. Carolyn Barden University of Rochester Rochester Business Institute Mrs. Violet Henry Draughon ' s Business College Mrs. Dorothy L. Kuzma Mrs. Elvera C. Shull Draughon ' s Business College Sharon! Your slip is showning and guess who ' s looking! Main Office Staff First Row—Carol Graham, Beth Goodman, Karen Danilik, Judy Fa 11 in, Cathy Starr, Pat Eldridge, Pat Abrams. Second Row—Sharon Hallama, Marilyn Belknap, Patty Edison, Ginny Mondichak, Sherry Ball, Laurie Mastenbrook, Debby Downey. Third Row—Mrs. Barden, Mrs. Henry, Janet Amole, Mrs. Shull, David Hall, Dan Carrier, Sue Hudspeth, Jay Rakel. 124 First Row — Donna Wetrich, Karen Wogen, Nancy Busard, Nancy Lemon. Second Row — Linda Bush, Jeanne Stapleton, Sheila Riffle, Carolyn Dart, Janette Arnold, Valerie Knight. Mrs. Marie Carstater Bucknell University A.B. George Washington University M.A. Mrs. Nelle Miles Ohio State University B.S. George Washington M.A. Guidance Staff " Surely there ' s a college somewhere that will take him, " states Mrs. Miles. Mrs. Jane Spring West Virginia University M.S. " You lost my college application fee?! " " What do you mean I need half a credit to graduate? " Our guid¬ ance department is confronted by stu¬ dents with little problems like these everyday, but our counselors are al¬ ways ready to assist them in any way possible. Mrs. Edith Lemon University of Denver B.A. ) Mrs. Ruby Powers Secretary to Guidance Mr. David Trivett University of Texas B.A. Mr. H. VanLunen University of Michigan B.S. 125 Ricky Derrickson reading up on mod fashions. Mrs. Mary Gallaher Connecticut College for Women B.A. Mrs. Ruth Ryan Boston University B.A., M.A. State University of New York, Master of Library Science. Whether a student is doing a term paper on the metaphysical aspect of John Donne ' s poetry or a research pa¬ per on the style of John Steinbeck, he should be able to find material in our library. And if he can ' t, our librarians, Mrs. Ryan and Mrs. Gallaher are glad to assist him with his pursuit for knowledge. Library Staff Sitting — Beth Carlson, Kathy Mathers, Mrs. Ryan, Mrs. Gallaher, Mrs. Kuzma. First Row — Kathy Nies, Terry Thi- bault, Phyllis DePriest, Mike Lanier. Second Row — Richard DeSilvia, Paul O ' Hara, Mike Thomas, Don Hixson, Paul White, Dale Pace. 126 School Store Staff Mrs. Mary Dantzker University of California B.S. Jim Akers, Shelia Riffle, Mrs. Dantzker, Lary Braun. Clinic Staff Mrs. Ina Corey School of Nursing of the Medico College of the State of South Carolina First Row—Erika Lynn, Pat Boyette, Karen Wogan. Second Row — Barbara Boland, Doris Cauble, Jeanne Cothran, Linda Stafford. 127 Miss Judith Anderson B.A. Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia English 9, Journalism Mr. Sidney S. Bennett B.S. West Virginia University English 9, 1 0 Mrs. Joan B. Callanan B.A. College of New Rochelle English 10, 12 Miss Betsy Ann Harris B.A. University af North Carolina at Greensboro English 1 1 Mrs. Harriette G. Hemby B.A. Bennett College English 10 Mrs. Bonnie B. Hines B.A., M.A. Syracuse University Reading 128 Mrs. Annie A. Romanus B.A., M.A. Louisiana State University English 9, Latin 3 Miss Mildred Spindle B.S. Longwood College English 9, Latin 1, 2 Miss Susan K. Wakefield B.A. George Washington University M.A. Temple University English 12, Public Speaking Miss Elizabeth Ann White B.A., M.A.T. University of Vermont English 9, 1 1, 12 English " Ricky Derrickson, if you cut my class one more time you ' ll be sorry! " threatens Miss Wakefield. Great Expectations to Macbeth are only a few of the landmarks students encounter during their four year jaunt through English. In between these two classics other literary greats such as Julius Caesar ( " Friends, Romans, Countrymen . . . " ) and The Scarlet Letter (who could forget Hester ' s " ignominy? " ). There are also stops at the traditional weekly vo¬ cabulary tests, composition assignments, and term papers. And these are only a few of the lessons learned in our English classes. With the addition of four new teachers, Miss Sue Wakefield, Miss Elizabeth White, Mr. Sidney Bennett, and Mr. Gerald Ragland, the department once again set out on their campaign to improve the students ' language ability. Mrs. Jan Herman took over the Advanced Placement Senior English course and with the help of such familiar figures as William Shake¬ speare and Archibald MacLeish, set out to prepare her students for skipping a freshman English course at college. Inspired students enrolled in Miss Joanne May ' s creative writing class and prepared to write their first novels while Mr. Gerald Ragland took over the illustrious drama department and helped groom Falls Church High ' s Broadway stars of the future. Mrs. Jan G. Herman B.A. Samford University English 12, A.P. English Miss Joanne F. May B.S. Madison College English 9, Creative Writing Mrs. Hester L. McCullough B.A. Gettysburg College English II Department Chairman Miss Annie Lee Powell B.A. Greensboro College English II Mr. Gerald F. Ragland, Jr. Lynchburg College B.S. Longwood College English 1 0, Drama Mr. Bruce Lee Campbell B.S. Davis and Elkins College Algebra 1 Mrs. Mary G. Carlsen B.A. Hunter College Geometry, Algebra 1 The bewildered freshmen cry " Algebra I, why did I take it? " Confi¬ dent sophomores yell " What is an equilaterial triangle? " Proud juniors groan, " I hate Algebra II! " The mighty seniors shout with amazement, " Do you believe I passed the trig test? " These cries are typical of those that echo through the math wing. But over in the shop a grim shadow (pierced only by " What do you mean you broke the saw? " ) hovers over Mr. Garhart ' s Advanced Placement Cal¬ culus Class. Despite the confused expressions that may be heard from time to time, a capable math department, which was increased this year by one new member, Mr. Bill Lillevig, manages to successfully enlighten the students and prove to them 2 plus 2 really does equal 4. Mr. Bernard H. Garhart B.S. Slippery Rock State College M.S. George Washington University Algebra 2, Trig-Functions, Calculus Department Chairman Mathematics " It ' s easy when you know how,” Mr. Garhart wryly states. 130 " Anything for me?” wonders Mr. Camp¬ bell. Col. Fielder P. Greer B.S. United States Military Academy Algebra 2, Geometry Mr. A. W. Lillevig B.S. Ed. North Dakota State University Algebra 1,2, Geometry Mrs. Helen T. Mileham B.A. Wellsley College M.A. Columbia University Algebra 1, Geometry Col. Lowell H. Powers A.B. Huron College Algebra 1, 2 Adm. Stephen N. Tackney B.S. United Spates Naval Academy M.A.T. Duke University Algebra 2, Trig-Functions Mr. Major J. Wells B.S. St. Paul ' s College Algebra 1, Math 1 Foreign Languages Mrs. E. A. Weisiger B.A. Radford College French 1, 2 " How do you say " hang ten " in French, Mrs. Schoenleber? " ask a grinning skate board enthusiast. No doubt the new addition to the foreign language department has been bom¬ barded by many such questions. There have been several other changes in the department this year; Miss Collette Carozza was promoted to head of the language department and Commander Heine, an old face at Falls Church High, has transferred from the math department. Even though at first the languages seem Greek to everyone, our language department manages to inject a sur¬ prising amount of knowledge quite painlessly. Oh, Mrs. Weisiger I ' ve forgotten how to conjugate avoir. Mrs. Francisca A. Love B.S. University of Puerto Rico Spanish 2, 3, 4 Mr. Thomas B. Robbins A.B. East Carolina College Spanish 1, 2 Mr. Charles A. Moore B.S., B.A., M.S. Kansas State Teachers College Spanish 1, 2 Mrs. Carol K. Schoenleber B.A. Roanoke College French 2, 3 I " That red spot in the middle of the blue is a country, " explains Mr. Sell to his inquisitive freshman. At the same time across the hall Col. Mare shows very knowing seniors the glories of a democracy; underconfident sophomores learn about Napoleon from Mr. Pejack; and overconfident juniors argue the results of the Civil War with Miss Wilson. And who could ever forget the field trips ( " I was sure that restaurant was right next to the Archives " ), and the reports ( " Mr. Yount, I ' m sure you said next Monday. " ), the term papers (996 words . . . 997 words . . . " ), and of course, those movies ( " I wasn ' t sleep¬ ing, Mr. Olson, honest! " ). But the social studies teachers, under the wise direction of Mr. Frank Mishou, give Falls Church students a better understanding of the world they live in. S fA I JL I if VW 7 , - Mr. Dale Larsen B.S. Wilson Teachers College World Geography Col. H. G. MacDaniel B.S. University of Alabama M.S. George Washington University World Geography Social Studies Mr. William E. Pejack B.S. Indiana University of Pennsylvania World History, World Geography Col. Donald B. Mare A.B. Bucknell University M.A. Madison College M.B. St. John ' s University U. S. Government Sociology, Economics Mr. Frank H. Mishou A.B. Columbia University M.A. George Washington University U. S. Government Department Chairman Mr. Byron Olson B.A. University of Richmond Va.—U. S. History Mr. Charles H. Sell A.B. Mt. Union College M.A. Michigan State University World Geography, Va.—U. S. History M iss Elizabeth Wilson B.A. Winthrop College Va.—U. S. History Mr. William D. Yount A.B. Davis and Elkin College M.A. West Virginia University Va.—U. S. History, U. S. Government Seniors learn about U. S. Government in Col. Mare ' s class. 132 What is the wonderful world of science like at Falls Church High? Through a student you might hear: " Say Mr. Scott, you told me this frog was dead. Look at his heart! " or, " Hey, cool! I ' ve got a new teacher, Mrs. Armetha Corbin. Chemistry should be a blast this year showing her the ropes! " Also new this year are Miss Judy Brunhouse in biology and Mr. Jim Warren in science and biology. Science from Mr. Feather ' s point of view might be: " Why shouldn ' t I count off if you don ' t circle the answer. That ' s the most important part. " To make this year ' s wonderful world of science a bit different, a science fair was held to end the year success¬ fully. Science Miss Judith Brunhouse B.S. Denison University M.S. University of Pennsylvania B.S.C.S. Biology Around and around it goes, and where it stops only Mr. Feather knows. Mrs. Irene Carpenter B.S. Radford College E.S.C.P. Earth Science Mrs. Armetha Corbin B.S. Madison College M.S. University of Virginia Chemistry Mr. John R. Feather B.S. Shippensburg State College M.Ed. University of Virginia Physics Department Chairman Miss Brenda Kiessling B.A. Oberlin College M.A. George Washington University B.S.C.S. Biology " Gosh, all I ever get to do is fold the filter paper, " complains Chi Belyea. Mr. Randy Scott Mr. James F. Warren B.A. Bridgewater M.S. West Virginia College University Biology, Chemistry Science 9, Biology 133 Business Miss Rachael A. Estes B.S. Madison College Shorthand 2, Recordkeeping, Bookkeeping 1, Typing 1 Mrs. Arlene H. Fallow A.B. Longwood College M.S. Syracuse University Shorthand, Notehand, Typing Mr. Roy B. Hawkins B.S. Madison College Distributive Education Mrs. Dorothea Laird B.S. Indiana State College M.Ed. University of Pittsburg Typing 1 Mr. Richard McQuain B.A. Fairmont State I.C.T., Commercial Economics, Business Law Mrs. Doris J. Rees B.S. Concord College General Business, Typing 2 Mrs. Alpha Spitzer B.S. Madison College M.Ed. V.P.I. Office Training From “Caveot Emptor " in General Business to Congressional Record in Shorthand II, the business student covers a variety of skill-building sub¬ jects. For years the words “Keep your eyes on the copy! " will ring in the memories of typing students as they leave the “hunt and peck " system for the more dignified touch system and speed building. Distress plagued the shorthand student as the English com¬ position she rushed through is returned filled with question marks over the shorthand symbols and phonetical spelling. But there are the happy memories — joking over those “weird " spelled words (Mrp for Mr. President); the days that someone hid Miss Estes ' stop watch in high hopes of delaying dic¬ tation; and last, but not least, the days we acted enthusiastic over the lab for unsuspecting visitors. The problem of “Getting that job and keeping it " faced every V.O.T., I.C.T., and D.E. student. Business Law helped all those in¬ terested in the legal way of avoiding laws connected with business. Debits, credits, journals, taxes, payrolls, and practice sets were some of the “gems " that plagued students in bookkeeping and recordkeeping. Notehand and personal typing were offered for the college bound student. Mrs. Doris Rees became a welcome addition to our staff of business teachers this year. I.B.M. training is so secret that it must go on behind closed doors. Peggy Melick and Sandy Adams find typing a breeze. 134 Music Mr. James Lunsford B.M. Ed. Shenandoah Conservatory of Music M.M. Ed. University of Virginia Band, Music Appreciation Department Chairman Mrs. Wilma A. Hamilton B.A. University of Washington Choral Music Any noise coming from the lower wing of our school is probably bellow¬ ing out of our music department. Mrs. Wilma Hamilton may have her choral singers rehearsing, or Mr. James Luns¬ ford may have the band practicing un¬ til they have a number absolutely perfect. Mr. Lunsford makes tracks. Anthony Ashley slyly molds clay. Mrs. Frances M. Crum A.B. Morehead State College M.A. George Washington University Art Department Chairman Mrs. Mary Ruth Cloe A.B. Blue Mountain College M.A. Peabody College Art Mrs. Frances Crum, our original art teacher, and Mrs. Mary Ruth Cloe, a relative newcomer to Falls Church, give students with interest and abili¬ ties in art a number of opportunities to express themselves. The best of their works are displayed in our annual art show. 135 Industrial Arts Mr. Harvey Cooper B.S. California State College Industrial Arts Department Chairman Mr. Joe Hawks Jr. B.S. East Tennessee State University General Shop Throughout time man has constant¬ ly been striving to improve his con¬ struction techniques. Machines have made this task easier. With the aid of Mr. Harvey Cooper and Mr. John Locascio, our two veteran shop teachers, industrial art students learned new skills. Mr. Joe Hawks, a newcomer to our school, has also shown fine leadership in this field. Students make such objects as clay elephants, wooden masks, steel book- ends, and plastic containers. Shop not only trains the student in skills but requires him to master the art of cleaning up. Mr. John S. Locascio B.S. West Virginia Institute of Technology General Shop Electronics 1, 2 " He left that on your desk? " questions Mr. Cooper to Mr. Locascio. Home Economics In home economics courses, Falls Church girls are taught everything they will need to know to make good homemakers. Mrs. Lacey, Mrs. Sut- phin, and Mrs. Veazey agree that all girls can master the tricky techni¬ ques of sewing, cooking, and house cleaning. Good luck girls. The boys hope you make it for their sake. Mrs. Lorraine Lacey M.S. Kansas State University Home Economics Mrs. Sara G. Sutphin B.S. Longwood College Home Economics Mrs. Joan S. Veazey B.S. University of Kentucky Home Economics Department Chairman June Miller saves nine stitches just in time. 136 Physical Education Miss Peggy Dowdy B.A. Emory Henry College Health, Physical Education 1, 2 Mrs. Bernice S. Lilly B.S. Mississippi Southern College Health, Physical Education 2 Mr. Ronald Matalavage B.S. George Washington University Driver Education Physical Education 1 Mr. Robert Pruett B.A. Marshall University Health, Physical Education 1, 2, 3-4 Mr. Weber checks his athletic schedule for the season. Physical Education and nothing else would be many students ' idea of the perfect schedule. Our friendly staff of Miss Peggy Dowdy, Miss Nancy Weisgerber, Mrs. Bernice Lilly, Mr. Ron Matalavage, Mr. Paul Weber, and certainly Mr. Bob ( " How could you be so dumb? " ) Pruett make physical edu¬ cation the most enjoyable subject and one that keeps F.C.H.S. students physically fit. The human spider seeks his prey. Mr. Paul Weber B.S., M.A. George Washington University Health, Physical Education 2 Department Chairman Y Miss Nancy J. Weisgerber B.A. Muskingum College Driver Education Physical Education 1, 3-4 Freshmen girls enjoy a competitive basketball game. 137 Service Staffs Jewell Carpenter and Morris Payne takes a quick break. 1st Row: Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Pepper, Mrs. Tiffany, Mrs. Allison, Mrs. Deits, Mrs. Wainwright. 2nd Row: Mrs. Philpot, Mrs. Peace, Mrs. Hayhurst, Mrs. Douglas, Mrs. Poplin, Mrs. Burrill, Mrs. Mullins. 138 Kindness, patience, tolerance, cheerfulness, capa¬ bilities, and sincere interest in one ' s fellow man are the characteristics of a great teacher. Certainly these were the characteristics possessed by Mrs. Mable Chapman who ably served Falls Church High School for more than twenty years as biology teacher and Science Department Chairman. Preparing a lab experiment, having a department meeting, helping members of the National Honor Society make a decision, working with the Junior Class for a successful prom, offering her friendly assistance to a new faculty member are a few of the scenes in which we remember Mrs. Chapman. Her schedule, however, was never too busy to prevent her from being a friend to her students. Mrs. Chapman once said that " Falls Church High School was a way of life, " and certainly she contri¬ buted much of her life to make us a " better way of life. " For this service and her warm personality we remember and remain indebted to Mrs. Mable Chap¬ man. Mrs. Mable Chapman 1910 - 1966 139 smm Wik crfr h ' . ' y ' s, ■ -. ■■ ' . ' A}A» . ; Xr’-V X-; V- - .«. • ' ••: wte £ ,;_X r X J§ ■ % ■£ £. Ppf. mm m gpglp MBM MH WffnSM V , " . ' :: «8ll»lli SwifP Ptiwil 140 CLASSES 141 Freshmen Cross First Hurdle The class of 1970 played an active part in the school curriculum this year. They began making a name for themselves by winning the Magazine Drive and the last bonfire competition. Several bake sales were held during the year and candy was sold around Valentine ' s Day. Finally, the freshmen com¬ pleted their year ' s activities with a Saint Patrick ' s Day Dance in the spring. They suc¬ cessfully completed their first year at Falls Church High, crossing the first hurdle in their high school career. Freshman Class Officers — Paul Zavinsky, President; Darren Poole, Secretary; Judy Fuge, Vice-President; Debbie Downey, Treasurer. Incoming freshmen and parents " discover " Falls Church High School . . . . . . with the help of fellow students during Freshman Orientation. 142 School Welcomes Shirley Jones gets a handout from Jim Beech. " You really turn me on, " Larry Bertram says to Connie Holmes at the Freshman Welcome Dance. Freshmen Freshmen get acquainted at an after-school party. 143 Patricia Abrams Ronnie Abrams Ruth Agnew James Aker Barbara Allen Gary Ammons Debbie Amon Stanley Anderson Ross Arnold Ethan Arnow Andrea Ashf ord Paula Ashley Larry Ashwell Andy Back Russell Ball Jeff Barnes Brian Barrett Nancy Bass Bob Batts Mary Baumgardner Walter Balcerzak Pat Behan Thomas Bell Charlene Bennett Freshman Class Peggy Berg Larry Bertram Glenn Bickham Vicky Bischoff Jim Black Robin Blair Dean Boger Debby Bogle Eric Bolotin Jeff Bortniker George Bowen Diane Boyer Linda Brown Tom Brown Chuck Burton Jeannifer Busard Bobby Byers Tina Carlson Charlie Carrole Susan Chaplin Curt Charles Bill Cheatham Donna Christie Barbara Ciffo 144 Pat Clark Warren Clarke Susie Clements Kathy Cobert Janean Collett Brenda Collins Norma Collins Debbie Cologne Terry Compton Sharon Connelly Mary Conway Shawn Cook Brenda Cooper Mike Cothran Mike Crum John Cumberland Randy Custer Jeff Daiak Judy Daiak Cindy Diach Bruce Davidson Bobby Davis Charles Davis Cheryl Davis Sharon Davis Eddie Davitt Wayne DeFreitas Christy DeLaney Susan Dellinger Carrol Dennis Danny Dennis John Dick Steve Dikes Steve DiSilvio Mike Dodgion Richard Dodgion Jim Dodson Debbie Downey Sandy Edmunds Larry Ellison Glen Evans Peggy Farrell Cam Faucette Christine Fewell Marilyn Fitchett William Fitts Jim Flather Chris Flester 145 Jimmy Flather digs into another delicious meal. But Susan Clements, Tom Bell, and Dean Boger show mixed reactions over their lunch. Deborah Fletcher Marilynn Forney Donna Frazier Jane Frazier David Freeborn Pat Freeman Sandy Freeman John Freshwater Tom Friend Judie Fuge Janifer Fulmer Sandy Galloway Chris Gardner M argaret Garfield Paul Garlem Gary Garrison Robert Gearheart Ronald Gehres Jeff Geuder Ginny Gifford Kathleen Gless John Goelz Gregory Goff Roger Gongaware Erna Gooch Sandra Grant Paul Greenberg Jim Grenfell Charles Griffith Linda Grim 146 Mary Groger Susie Guch Patti Guice David Haimson Wally Hale Curtis Hall Debby Hall Tenna Hall Larry Hamilton Marie Hamilton Jeanne Hampton Doris Hanna Linda Harding Denise Harman Jerry Harper Linda Harrington Steve Harris Danny Hartsook Stephanie Harvey Gary Haun Peggy Hayes Tom Healey James Hecker Debby Henderson Freshman Class David Hennessey Robert Henshaw David Herndon Diana Hilliard Jim Hilton Richard Hiner Dennis Hite Debby Hogan Connie Holmes Dan Honaker Jean Honesty Patrick Hoover Rosalind Horton Alfred Horbath Monty House Norma Howard Corky Hunsberger Darryl Hunt Pat lacono Ken Isibell Patricia Jacobs Bob James Danny Jamison Robert Jarm 147 Suzanne Johnson Robert Jolly Margie Jones Shirley Jones Susie Jores Philip Joseph Mario Julian Barbara Kackley Erika Kancler Judy Kearns Kyna Keisor Elaine Kerstetter Barbara Kimble Pam Kingston Dennis Kinnan Margaret Kirby George Knepley Frances Kobayashi Robert Kopach Michael Kopach Jim Krein Patti Kyle Harley Lam David Landry " Tweet, " whistles Sharon Davis. Joyce Landry Pat Lane Richard Lanier John Leake Susan Lee Wilson Le Darne Nancy Lingar Ada Liptrap Steve Little Mary Lockett Dianne Locklear Jimmy Long Bunny Love Bob Lowenhaupt Luke Lu Bill Ludwig 148 The Gremlins whip it on during the SCA-sponsored freshman dance t Linda Luehrs Debbie Lundell Marshall Lunsford Kurt Lynn Don Maceachran Freshman Class i • Linda Maclnnis Jack Mackmull John Maffett Michele Maiorana Carolyn Major Steve Maroni David Marshall Michel Marshall Pat Martin Steve Martinez Jay May Mike Maye John McCann John McCarthy Tom McConnell Barbara Meadows Victor Meadows Gary Merritt Werner Merz Mike Micale Doug Miller Robert Miller Suzanne Miller Tom Monday 149 Ill ' ll Bill Moore Jimmy Moore Kathy Moore Sue Morris Mindy Multog Sarah Murdock Bonnie Murphy Bruce Napoli Patricia Newkirk Jeanne Nicholson Anne Nolan Paul Norris Gary Norton Loren Nysterom Eddie O ' Connor Don Oehser David Oliver Larry Olson Maureen O ' Malley Donald Owens Sherry Painter Steve Painter Jeanne Pallasch Ceclia Paradise Freshman Class " She ' s waiting for me to ask her out but, Boy, will I fool her! " thinks David Oliver about Susie Short. Alice Parker Curt Parks Janice Parsons Paul Patt Wayne Patt Dolores Payne Harvey Payne Cindy Perry 150 Richard Pfeiffer Kayth Phillips Lori Poe Linda Poff Steve Pohling Ann Pometto Darren Poole Maria Portalea Gary Powell Ricky Powell Steve Pramov Margaret Preble Bill Prichard Tom Principato Betty Putnam Daniel Rafferty Marsha Ramsey Gilbert Randall Carol Randle Gary Reedy Martie Reel Eric Reinemer Walter Reingruber Gerald Reynolds Ginny Reynolds Brenda Riggleman Robert Robbins Suzie Rock Sherrill Roehl Bill Rodd Eimly Rooney Linda oRoney Billy Rose Wendell Round Danny Rudacille Bruce Ruddle Mike Ryon Mary Sansing Mario Saravia Theresa Scerbo Karen Schaffstall Jane Schoch Jean Schoellig Judy Schultz Stephen Scott Gloria Seay Nancv Seiler Christine Selvage 151 Joseph Shaffer John Sheldon Ricky Shine Jack Shoemaker Susie Short Ernie Showalter Terri Shull David Sickle Cindy Siemers Kenny Sikes Charles Simmons Eddie Simpson Jan Siniard James Smith Tommy Smith Janet Smoot Billy Snyder Chuck Southard Freshmen Show Chris Southerly Lisa Sowers Jo Ann Sparks Mike Spence Pam Stack John Stanton Dave Stickley Mary Stickman Dana Stiff Debbie Stinnette Peggy Stoddard Tom Stoddard Mary Storie Ann Sullivan Gail Sullivan Gina Sullivan Garry Swanson Betty Swink Jim Thorpe Diane Tiffany Kay Thompson John Titus Ricky Todd Sharon Todd 152 Betty Trapp Mike Tribble David Turner Ella Turner Pam Turner Janis Twigg " Hell . . . . o, angels, " Mr. Lunsford shouts to freshmen in their Magazine Drive skit. Ambition and Take Action Vicki Utterback Arthur Vaitsas Mark Vandenberg Denise Walters Nan Walters Christie Ward Paul Waymack Marc Weiner Wilfred Wentzel Marilyn Werner Milt Werner Judy White Christina Wigren John Wiley Kathy Williams Mark Williams Connie Wogan Janet Wood Rory Woodmansee Roger Woodward Mitchell Wright Sherry Wrights Gemma Yermack Paul Zavinsky 153 Sophomore Class Officers Top Left to Right: Diane Ordakowski, Vice President; Joanne Bastress, Cabinet; Nancy Albertson, President. Bottom Row: Don Ricks, Treasurer; Nancy Lake, Secretary. " Will this class please come to order! " says Randy Horton sarcastically. Sophomores Strive for a United Class The Sophomore Class began a busy year under the organized leadership of Nancy Albertson, Diane Ordakowski and the other officers. Detailed plans were made for each activity and especially for their homecoming float. An enormous pink and blue elephant carrying a Highlander player in its trunk was constructed for this occasion. High hopes were crushed when this float won only second place in the class competition. The sophomores threw a Victory Dance concluding the football season, a three- weeks ' dues drive was held to bring in money for the goal set up for their future prom. With all their strength and might, the sophomores battled against the juniors bring¬ ing in wood for the enormous bonfire in the fall. The sophomore class bonfire pile lacked a few inches from reaching the zenith of the juniors ' separate pile of logs, telephone poles, and broken-down piano parts. This is what I call organization! " laughs Sue Lanagan as Danny Daniels replies, " Yea, man. " 154 The sophomores say that their elephant will never forget the year Falls Church High won their Homecoming Game. Nancy Albertson clozes off at a class meeting. 155 Debra Adams Sandy Adams Mary Addison David Agee Nancy Albertson Jim Allen Randy Allen Mark Ambler Jackie Amirault Barry Anderson William Anderson Mary Jane Andrews Didi Anthony Randy Ashby Lewis Bachman Mary Bailey Mary Baker Mike Ball Anne Ballou Richard Barlett Cathy Barrett Linda Barrett Joanne Bastress James Beeler Carol Bennett Dick Bennett Betty Berry John Betts Bill Billing Judy Binns Kevin Bogan Debbie Bono Ellen Booth Kris Botkin Caroline Bounds Don Bourgeois Nannette Bowers George Bowie Barbara Bowman Scott Boyd Tom Bradley Phyllis Bradshaw David Brennan Deedee Brewster Jeff Brightly Dennis Brooks Dixie Brown Kenny Brown 156 Sandy Buckley Peggy Burdick Steve Burke Lynda Burkett Carol Burney Delores Burrill Diane Bush Paulette Byrd Lee Canfield Beth Carlson Sheryl Carter Doris Cauble Kathy Cazalas Roy Chamlee Beverly Chipps Sharon Chittenden Robert Christiansen Patty Clark Paul Clark Bonnie Clyde Roger Cole Charles Collins Louis Cook Tim Cooper Sophomore Class " You didn ' t really think I was studying? " inquires Paula Meyer. Linda Creel Karen Crouch Sharon Crouch John Crowder Cindy Crumbaugh Jim Daniel Danny Daniels Bob Dart 157 Bill Davis Charlene Davis Susan Dellas Richard DiSilvio Bill Ditto Richard Downing Frank Drago Laura Drago George Drechsler Lorraine Dross Andi Duckett Brenda Duff Louise Dulaney Greg Dutcher Linda Dwinell Janet Edwards Andy Evans Joe Everhard Judy Fairbanks Beverly Farmer Steve Farmer John Fewell Steve Field Larry Fisher Sophomore Class " By the way, do you happen to have $2.00 I can borrow to pay my class dues? " asks Tommy McMahon Linda Fling Barbara Foster John Franklin Susan Franks Lynn Freeborn Mary Freeborn Bob Friend Larry Fritz 158 Andi Duckett bubbles over with happiness as her secret crush passes by. Ken Fuge Mickey Fuson Gordon Gale Joseph Gambardella Danny Gardner Eileen Garvin Joan Garvin Jeanne Geuder Donny Gill Phil Gleason Dari Goble Debbie Gooding Dennis Gowin Glenda Graham Loretta Gramling John Griffin Paula Griffin Mary Gunnels Maria Gurri Pat Haley Doris Hall John Hallama Tommy Hamilton Richard Hamner Kenny Harrington Pat Hawkins Charlie Hayes Doris Heath Mary Herbert Gary Herling Beverly Heywood Bob Hickerson 159 Gaye Hooper Gail Hopkins John Horn Mike Horton Randy Horton Enid Horvath David Hudock Greg Hughes Geoffrey Hunter Herb Hunter Marsha Hutchison Bonnie Isom Pam Jackson Steve Jeglum Ronnie Je nkins Judy Jetter Dean Johnson Robert Johnson Sandy Johnston Barbara Jones Earle Jones Faye Jones Kristy Jones Linda Jones 160 Pat Jones Pete Jones Donald Kasulaitis Roger Keay Patti Keeler Lillian Keels Laura Kennedy Carolyn Keys Debbie Keys Marilyn Kimmel Donald King Jeff King Libby King Guy Kitchens Cindy Kleinfeld Toni Klewicki Lillian Kyle Madalynn Kyle Karen LaCoss Nancy Lake Susi Lanagan Kathy Lash Anne Lebbon Glenda Lee Sophomore Class Mark Ambler " doodles " around the hall. Debbie Linn Kathy Little Helen Lloyd John Loftis Gerard Lubbers Jean Lucas Joan Lucas Jo Lynn Lunsford Wanda Madison Diane Madsen John MaGill Mike Martinson 161 Lynda Matthews Janice Mattson Donny McDaniel Bill McGowan Peggy McKinley Tommy McLaughlin Tommy McMahon John Meek Peggy Melick Chris Mendoza Paula Meyer Becky Miller June Miller Jimmy Mills David Mitchell Mike Mitchell Barbara Monick Winona Moore Nancy Moorefield Marilyn Moran Debbie Morey Diane Morrison Mike Morrison Linda Mountjoy Sophomore Class George Murray Ann Newkirk Alan Newman Karen Niccum James Nielsen Kathy Nies Andy Ogden Kenneth Ogden Dan Oliver Diane Ordakowski Barbara Orndorff Vicki Owensby Faye Jones sets up the sophomore class bulletin board. 162 Rhonda Oz Cathy Paquette William Parks Mark Paxton Andy Pittman Stephanie Platt John Pleacher Brenda Pohlman Craig Poole Jerri Poore Patti Powell Les Preston Tom Puckett Emily Raines Mary Jo Randall John Ratchford Terry Redden Jeannie Reece Marcia Reed Brenda Reddy Malcolm Reid Randy Rice Beth Richard David Richeson Don Ricks Terri Riffle Randy Riggleman Linda Roberts 163 Ken Rosenberg Lee Russell Cynthia Ryder Roger Sampson Elizabeth Santino Diana Sapp Margy Schafer Anita Scharr Cindy Schmoyer Nancy Seay Bob Sexton Mike Shay Judy Shoemaker Jane Short Thomas Shull Benny Simpson Elaine Simpson Steve Sipe Betty Smith Bob Smith Bryan Smith Elaine Smith John Smith Linda Smith Margaret Smith Flo Sobriski Mary Sonnhalter John Sourbeer Wayne Sours Mike Spencer Julie Stack Linda Stafford Charles Stange Sharon Stephenson Bob Stigers Larry Stitzel Jay Stribling Bill Stryker Denny Suit Wayne Sutton Jim Swing John Tapp Earl Taylor LarryTaylor Terry Thibeault Lucille Thompson Bill Ticknor Barbara Tilson 164 Joann Tinner Shirley Tinner Tom Tinner Deborah Tipton Don Tomasino Debbie Trinkle Scott Veazey Jim Von Runnen Karen Vorhauer Sharon Vorhauer Joe Walker Krista Wall Gary Warren Karen Weill Fred Wells Jennie Whitlock Candy Whitt Nils Wigren Linda Wilkens Dave Williams Ron Williams Betsy Winsboro Toni Wolcott Karen Woltz Sophomore Class Debbie Wurtzbacher Ben Young Patty Keeler looks for her man. 165 The mighty juniors rush into another eventful year. Sue Rowe, Peggy McMahon, Jill Poole. Junior Class Officers From left to right: Chuck Howard, President; Dave Campbell, Vice-President; Bev Mountjoy, Secretary; Marlene Paluzzi, Class Cabinet Representative; Nancy Keller, T reasurer. Juniors Complete a Successful Year Mr. Stork arrived in time to bring victory for the Jaguars and the juniors at the annual homecoming game. The juniors are victorious in almost every¬ thing they do! With ambition, determination, and high hopes the Class of ' 68 began their third year of bake sales, car washes, and newspaper drives. After collecting wood for several weeks, the juniors won the annual bonfire contest for their third successive year. Many strenu¬ ous days were spent constructing the Stork for the homecoming game, which won first place in the class competition and brought in $30 for the treasury. The dues drive, which lasted two weeks, brought in a total of $500. Valuable time and extensive practice went into the preparation of the athletic junior girls for the Powder Puff ga ie. Although de¬ feated, there ' s hope for victory ne :t year. Anticipation mounted as juniors eagerly awaited the arrival of the “coveted " class rings. Finally, the successful year was concluded by the biggest and most extravagant Prom ever, held at the International Inn, with the theme “Shower of Stars. " 166 " This is your Weam Team Reporter, Sue Hudspeth, calling in all the Junior Class news. " The brilliant bonfire reaches a zenith as it proclaims the junior class victorious in the bonfire competition. College Night for Sue Sparks Junior boys work diligently on the prize-winning homecoming float. Class Rings ... A hard decision to make. 167 Wally Ake James Allison Joe Allen Linda Anderson Sandy Anderson Karen Ashford Richard Ashford Anthony Ashley Howard Attiliis Susan Atwater John Austin Kathy Austin Junior Class Frances Bailey Shirley Ball Barbara Barrett Richard Bates Francena Beck Gary Behrend Chris Baker Susan Ballou Betty Barrett Jerry Batt Thomas Beck Virginia Bennet Sherry Ball Dave Barrack Sherry Barrus Benny Baumgardner Len Beech Kevin Bickham 168 Linda Bisson George Bobby Barbara Boland Butch Bolton Bill Booze Owen Botkin Elissa Bowen Patricia Boyette Colleen Boyer Martha Bradshaw Lary Braun Pat Brescia An adding machine aids Bev Mountjoy in her math class. Joann Breyer Linda Brightly Morris Brooks Richard Brown Mary Buckingham Joel Burnham Michael Calhoun David Campbell Janet Canfield 169 Norman Canfield Jane Cappio Karen Carlson Rick Carter Dan Carrier Pete Castellano Jim Chapman John Christ Faye Cleland James Cockerill Sandy Cooney Mark Covington Gary Chewning Joan Christie Sandy Clements Mary Coffey Carole Cooper Robin Crabtree Robert Childress Marcia Clark Ann Cochran William Collins Mike Cosimano Elaine Cragle 170 Jeanette Dronenburg Gail Ducker Georgia Duke Cheyrl Dodgion Pat Dolan Earl Downing Pat DeTemple Deborah Dietsch Kathy Dodd Ken DeLorenzo Jon Denny Phyllis DePriest Jim Davidson Barbara Davis Doug DeCerbo Peggy Cragle Laura Crider Pat Crown Juniors Overflow with Danny Dukes Linda Dunmire ji WrkWk i i A A fy m I | , CL 4r| | r " You naughty boy! " exclaims Sandy Anderson to John Musgrave. 171 Kathy Eyles Mike Failes Judy Fallin Pat Ferguson Anita Ferrone Jim Fisher Don Flaggs Steve Flester Stephen Forney Glen Foster Fred Fravel Hugh Fulmer Cindy Furlow Bill Galahan Larry Garfield Danny Garrett Charlene Gaut Karen Gerber Junior Class Esther Godlove Londa Goff Carveth Gooch Jeanette Gooding Belinda Gowin Maureen Grabill Debby Greenfield Kathy Gregory Linda Griffith Robert Groshon Geoff Grosvenor Jeff Groves 172 " Johnny Unitas, eat your heart out! " sneers John Tomasino. Ronnie Guerin Valerie Haase Harry Hadley Jack Haley David Hall Steve Hall Thelma Hamilton Patti Hamm Steve Hammer Rita Haney Janet Hanna Joe Hare Ken Harnage John Harris Beth Hayes Lois Hegwood Gloria Helsley Bill Herbert Susan Hershey Larry Hess Tom Heyde 173 Fred Hill Don Hixon Lynn Hooper Ralph Hoover Ronald Horne Debbie Horning Chuck Howard Sue Hudspeth Debie Hunsberger Ronald James Bill Johns Janet Johnson " Don ' t you dare! " exclaims Patty Post. Kay Johnston Bill Jones Tom Jones Gil Jullien Nancy Keller Sue Kelley Ron Killian Warren Kimmel Albert Klein 174 Eric Knight Peggy Knnight Margie Knight Wally Kurylo Randy Langston Mike Lanier Barbara Lauffer Jody Lawson Angela Leavitt Lynn Leeper Fred Lewis Anne Lilly Stuart Lindsey Lippy Liptrap Maudene Litten Wayne Long Wayne Lowry Larry Lucas Junior Class Gary Marks Marie McCann John McConnell Peggy McMahon Paula Meade Barbara Merz Doug Martin Roger McClain Dave McDaniel Criss Mead Linda Meader Gisela Merz Parker May Susan McClanahan Mike McLaughlin Harry Mead Pam Medd Bill Miller Junior Class Brian Mitchell Claus Moltke-Hoff Ginny Mondichak Claudia Moore Beverly Mountjoy John Musgrave Dennis Mitchell Pat Monahan Mike Montgomery Steve Morris Debbie Murdock Carol Myles 176 i Wayne Napoli Greg Nelson Bonnie Nestor Lea Ann Nystrom Christina Oehser Richard Olson Marlene Paluzzi Jill Patterson Sandy Patton Darnell Payne Lonnie Pence Ronnie Pence " We got to get out of this place, if it ' s the last thing we ever do . . ' sings Ronnie Guerin. 177 I u p I M Hl | PPl| | iHP " ' i 1 " ' - 5 - ... £■ W £ v„:. %sr% K ' :c - ; - ' . ' V fe v . . . ' , ‘.SS _ . ‘• ' • _, 4 T ' : . ' X , g t’ •t, " ' . . - : 3 % • - ■ 4 - ' „ ' ■■ V .. • 4 X ' • • ' -. ' ---X :W ' - ' -V ,.. S4f s98 Juniors practice diligently for the Powder Puff game. Bonnie Randall Chris Reed Robert Reel Patricia Reeves Douglas Rescher Chris Ricci Brenda Robey Terry Robichaud Franklin Rogers Bleys Rose Linda Rosser Susan Rowe Janice Rucker Ronnie Ruehl Richard Russell Judy Samuelson Michael Sapp Francine Schaefer 178 w-:a Susan Schoellig Caroline Scott Gary Seymour Michael Sharp Terry Sheetz Pat Sheldon Gary Shelly Don Sherfey Barry Shine Alice Showalter Don Showalter Tom Sikes Kris Simounet Marianne Siniard Peggy Skinner Patty Slimak Gary Smith Susan Smith Junior Class Beth Solomon Sue Sparks Mark Stacks Mark Stallings Anita Stanghor George Staples Diane Stewart Sara Stiff Charles Stitzel Elaine Stuckey Wally Stryker Marilyn Talmadge 179 Annette Talton Bill Tarangelo Gayle Taylor Mike Thomas Rick Thompson Jo Ann Todd John Tomasino Marlene Toward Ronnie Toward Pat Townes Julien Truitt Sarah Trumble Dottie Valentino Faye Van Lear David Vernon Jane Walker Linda Walker Carolyn Walko Juniors Have a Lively Interest in Activities Jerry Wall Angela Weary Jim Webb Bernadine Webster Pam Weedon Norman Werner " Look Fella ' — I said I was already going steady, " comments Marcia Clark. 180 Kenneth Wester Patti Wetrich A brave Kay Johnston after having her ears pierced. Paul White Joan Wier Karen Williams Roger Williams Tom Williams Sandra Willis Joyce Wood Joan Woodward Jo Worthy Thomas Yun Mike Zavinsky Barbara Zuntz " Let ' s see ' contemplates David Hall, " 50 c.c. of this and I have . . . air? " Hi! A. r 4 muSSrx pir f fj B ■- i m jUrUB Pm Bill Miller: Study. Feminity Guides the Class: Kneeling — Karen Hunsberger, Cabinet Officer; Pat Kelley, Vice President; Standing — Ann Swing, President; Leigh Taylor, Treasurer; Joyce Peters, Secretary. Class of 67 ends an era Rick Robson: Examinations Seniors at last! The thought was apparent in the minds of the class of ' 67 as they began school in September. After three years of wait¬ ing, seniority was theirs. Now they could an¬ swer proudly to " Seniors, please rise " at as¬ semblies, and become the leaders of most of the school ' s clubs and activities. The football team, consisting mainly of seniors, proved to be the most outstanding team in twelve years, while their feminine counterpart made school history by becoming the only undefeated Power Puff team. In class activities, under the guidance of president Ann Swing, they worked hard and earned the necessary funds for the class gift and graduation fees. They were determined to leave behind memories of their class in the minds of the faculty and underclassmen. But being a senior was not all cut cards, superiority and class projects as the class of ' 67 learned. They soon discovered the treach¬ ery of Macbeth, the value of our government, and the ways and means of writing term pa¬ pers the hard way in " three easy lessons. " They also discovered the anguish of college applications and the joy of receiving that ac¬ ceptance, showing them that the last four years were really worth the effort and that come next September they would view the future with a new perspective. 182 Guidance Appointments: Planning for the future. at old F.C.H.S. . . . Senior Council, Unity: First Row — Cheryl Saunders, Beth Goodman, Nancy Cox, Suzy Davis, Karen Wogan, Kathy Fioramonti, Karen Danilik. Second Row — Laurie Mastenbrook, Kathy Ball, Carol Graham, Jeanne Cothran, Sue Hayes, Linda Bush, Jill Tavenner, Patty Welch. Third Row — Beth Allen, Nancy Lemon, Elaine Wehle, Terry Berda, Leigh Taylor, Sally Bannister, Carolyn Dart. Fourth Row— Sharon Hallama, Craig Wisooker, Phil Giesler, Alan Ambler, David Werth, Dan Thomas. Elaine Wehle: Assistance. Outstanding Seniors: Karen Hunsberger, Ed Pauly. Jim Parr: Talent. Joe Ohleger and Miss Dowdy: Seniors display a fine student-teacher association. Dances: Participation. Suzy Davis, Sue Hayes, and Kathy Fioramonti: Friendship. Football: Sportsmanship. Pam Huff: Spirit. Ann Swing: Leadership. 185 Patty Melick: The use of the cut card i ' ' . ' J ' i Herb Hunter Bob Cline: The senior court yard. ' v " Seniors please rise! " : Larry Johnson, Les Joyce. 186 Achievement: National Merit Semi-Finalists. Sitting — David Weinberger, Leigh Taylor. Standing — Gary Bled¬ soe, Bill Miller, Alan Hayes, Ed Pauly. Don Papke, Karen Hunsberger, Ann Swing: Relaxation after the hours of study. Graduation: An end and a beginning. Measuring the best. BEST ALL AROUND: Karen Hunsberger and Bruce Boger. Seniors Selec MOST DEPENDABLE: Patti Melick and Bob Blake " Come on, Bob. My seventh period teacher will turn me in. " 188 The ballerina and the wrestler. WITTIEST: Larry Winstead and Patty Welch Top Personalities PERSONALITY PLUS: Jack Mitchell and Pam Huff “After calling twenty times, I finally found you at home. " " Come on , Dennis. Riding a skateboard isn ' t that hard. " MOST ATHLETIC: Sheila Riffle and Dennis Crawford. MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED: Edye Stephenson and Jim Beech " We ' ve got to fill the trophy case with something. " Friendly? Friendlier? Friendliest! FRIENDLIEST: Laurie Mastenbrook and Alan Ambler 190 The wheeler dealers. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Ann Swing and Ed Pauly MOST TALENTED: Meddy Martin and Don Papke " What light through yonder window break . . . Edward Kenneth Albrecht Patricia Beth Allen John Eugene Albritton Linda Altman Alan A. Ambler Diana Lynn Anderson Janet Lynn Amole Christine Marie Andrews Stephen Howard Arden Timothy Kirk Arnold Janette Diane Arnold Nancy Jane Bageant Kathy Fioramonti enjoys her after-dinner peppermint. 192 EDWARD KENNETH ALBRECHT — " Ed " — Yearbook 4. JOHN EUGENE ALBRITTON — " J.E. " — Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2. PATRICIA BETH ALLEN — " Beth " — Torch and Banner 3, Vice President 4; A.F.S. Club 3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Yearbook Features Editor 4; Senior Council 4; " Our Town " 2. ALAN A. AMBLER — " Alan " — S.C.A. Representative 1,2; National Junior Honor Society 2; Spanish Honor Society 3, Vice President 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook Faculty Editor 4; Senior Council 4 . JANET LYNN AMOLE — " Janet " — Pep Club 1,2,3, Treasurer 4; F.B.L.A. 2, Vice President 3,4; F.H.A. 3,4; F.T.A. 3; A.F.S. 3,4; Torch Banner, Vice President 3, President 4; Main Office Staff 3,4; P.T.A. Achievement in Home Economics 3; I.C.C. 3,4. DIANA LYNN ANDERSON — " Diana " — French Club 1; Y.F.C. Club 2,3; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; A.F.S. Club 4; F.T.A. Club 4; Keyette Club 4; Senior Council 4. CHRISTINE MARIE ANDREWS — " Chris " — Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basket¬ ball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3, Secretary 4. STEPHEN HOWARD ARDEN — " Steve " — Spanish Club 3,4; " Ask Any Girl " 4; " J.B. " 4. JANETTE DIANE ARNOLD — " Janette " — Junior National Honor Society 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4; French Honor Society 2,3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; French Club 1; Paw Print 1,2,3; Girl ' s Chorus 1; A.F.S. Club 3,4; F.T.A. Club 3, Secretary 4; Keyettes 3,4; Guidance Office Staff 4. TIMOTHY KIRK ARNOLD — " Tim " — Science Club 1,2; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Debate Club 1,2,4; Debate Team 1,2,3; Math Honor Society 3,4; National Honor Society 3; Junior National Honor Society 1,2; Varsity Golf 1,2,3,4. NANCY JANE BAGEANT — " Nancy " — Madison High School 2. Linda Baily Oscar Woodrow Baird, Jr. Gary S. Baird Kathleen Harriett Ball GARY S. BAIRD — " Gary " — Joy Boys 3, Vice President 4. OSCAR WOODROW BAIRD, JR. — " O.W. " KATHLEEN HARRIET BALL — " Kathy " — S.C.A. Representative 3,4; Student Staff 4; Senior Council 4; Clinic Staff 4; Spanish Club 1; Library Staff 1; George Mason High School 1. SALLY LYNN BANNISTER — " Sally " — Holy Names Academy; Joel E. Ferris High School, Spokane, Washington; Pep Club 3,4; Senior Council 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Choral Department 4; " J.B. " 4; " Oklahoma! " 3. JAMES L. BEECH — " Jim " — Basketball 2, Manager, 3; German Club 2,3; Joy Boys 2, President 4; Key Club 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Y.F.C. Club 4. MARILYN ALICE BELKNAP — " Marilyn " — Office Staff 4; Concert Band 1,2,3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Marching Band 1,3, Secretary- Treasurer 4; A.F.S. Club 2,3, President 4; Keyettes 3, Chaplain 4; I.C.C. 4; Ice Skating Club 2; Y.F.C. Club 2; French Club 1; National Junior Honor Society 2. KEVIN L. BELL — " Kip " — Joy Boys 4; Band 1,2,3; Office Staff 4. ROBERT ARTHUR BELYEA — " Chip " — Football 1,2; Cross Country 3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Key Club 3, Treas¬ urer 4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3. ARTHUR JAMES BENNETT — " A.J. " — American Community School, Buenos Aires, Argentina 1; Key Club 3,4; Basketball 1; Spanish Club 2; Newspaper 1; Debate Club 1; A.F.S. Club 4; I.C.C. 3; Spanish National Honor Society 3,4; President 3; Math Honor Society 3,4; Junior National Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 3,4. CAROLYN MARGARET BENNETT — " Carolyn " — D.E. Club 3,4. THERESA ANN BERDA — " Terry " — O ' Connell High School 1,2; Volleyball Intramurals 2; Biology Club 2; A.F.S. Club 3,4; " Oklahoma! " 3; Senior Council 4; Pep Club 4; Y.F.C. Club 4; " The Fortune Teller " 4; Spanish Honor Society 3,4. " Really? The term paper is due tomorrow? " asks Sindri Low. 193 Sally Lynn Bannister James L. Beech Marilyn Alice Belknap Robert Arthur Belyea Arthur James Bennett Carolyn Margaret Bennett Theresa Ann Berda John Alfred Bibb " Gee, this government gets tougher every day, " gripes Bill Evans. " Let ' s see you make me! " challenges Jim Farrell. 194 Eat hearty, Bob Cline. " And just think, I got it free with Raleigh coupons, " exclaims Edye Stephenson. William Stephen Black Patricia Gale Blake Howard Donald Blair Robert James Blake 195 I Gary Alan Bledsoe Christopher Richard Botos Bruce Alan Boger Sandra Kay Boyd Kenneth Michael Bruntel Rhea Morrison Burgess Lytle James Buckingham Bette Lynn Burroway ■ • - ■ ' »• y. ' She was out with who? " demands Dennis Crawford. David Paul Boyer Susan Elaine Bowen Sue Ann Bradley Jack Vincent Brandt 196 JOHN ALFRED BIBB — " John " — Football. WILLIAM STEPHEN BLACK — " Steve " — Cross Country 3 GARY ALAN BLEDSOE — " Gary " — National Junior Honor Society 12- National Honor Society 3,4; Math Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Honor Society 3,4; Chess Club 4; Science Club 1,2,3; National Merit Semi-finalist 4. HOWARD DONALD BLAIR — " Buzz " — Spanish Club; Freshman Football 1. PATRICIA GALE BLAKE — " Patti " ROBERT JAMES BLAKE — " Bob " -— National Junior Honor Society 1, President 2; National Honor Society 3, President 4; National French Honor Society 3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Varsity Debate 2,3,4; Madrigals 4; Concert Choir 1,2; A.F.S. Club 2,3; Junior Cabinet Member 3; D.A.R. History Award 3; " Bye Bye Birdie " 1; " The Fortune Teller " 4. BRUCE ALAN BOGER — " Bruce " — Junior Civitan Club 2, Secretary 3, President 4; Football 1; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, Cap¬ tain 4; Class President 2; Junior Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Math Honor Society 3,4; French Honor Society 3,4. CHRISTOPHER RICHARD BOTOS — " Chris " — National Junior Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 3, Vice President 4; Spanish Honor Society 3; Key Club 3, Recording Secretary 4; Band 1,2,3, President 4; Math Honor Society 3,4; All-Virginia High School Band 2,3; All- Northern Virginia High School Band 2,3. SANDRA KAY BOYD — " Sandy " — V.O.T. 4. DAVID PAUL BOYER — " David " — Basketball 2; Key Club 2,3,4. SUSAN ELAINE BOWEN — " Sue " — F.H.A. 3, Secretary 2; F.B.L.A. Secretary 3; " Slice it Thin " 1; Guidance Office Staff 3. SUE ANN BRADLEY — " Sue " — Drama 2,3; Latin Club 2; American Academy, Athens, Greece. JACK VINCENT BRANDT — " Jack " — Y.F.C. 1,2,3, Vice President 2; Civitans 3,4; Inter-Club Council 1,2; S.C.A. Rep. 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Varsity Golf 2; Varsity Football 2,3,4; J.V. Football 1, Varsity Letter 3,4. KENNETH MICHAEL BRUNTEL — " Ken " — JEB Stuart 1; Varsity Football 3,4, Captain 4; Wrestling 2,3; Track 1,2,3,4; J.V. Football 2, Civitans 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Junior National Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Math Honor Society 4; French Honor Society 3,4, President 4; Math Team 4; " It ' s Academic " Quiz Team 4; I.C.C. 4, Chess Team; Basketball 1, National Merit Letter of Commendation 4. LYTLE JAMES BUCKINGHAM — " Lytle " — Key Club 4; Y.F.C. Club 1,2,3,4; I.C.C. 4; Senior Council 4; Math Honor Society 3, Pres¬ ident 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Junior National Honor Society 2; National Merit Letter of Commendation 4; Mu Alpha Theta (Math Club) 3, President 4. BETTE LYNN BURROWAY — " Bette " — Ice Skating Club 1,2; Basketb all 1; Softball 1; I.C.T. Secretary 4. NANCY ALEASE BUSARD — " Nancy " — Miami, Florida 2,3; A.F.S. Club 4; Guidance Staff 4. LINDA LOUISE BUSH — " Linda " — Ice Skating Club 2; A.F.S. Club 2,3, Treasurer 4; Red Cross Club 3; Keyettes 3,4; Senior Council 4; Guidance Office 3,4; F.T.A. Club 4. WILLIAM NORMAN CAMPBELL — " Bill " — German Club 1,2,3,4; Fish and Wild Life Club 3,4; Joy Boys 3, Publicity Manager 4. LINDA RUTH CARL — " Linda " — S.C.A. Representative 1,2. LUCILLE CHARLEENE CARNAHAN — " Charleene " — Hockey 1; Monogram Club 1; Pep Club 1; Clinic Staff 2; F.B.L.A. Club 3; V.O.T. 4; (Not pictured). THOMAS CARTER — " Tommy " — D.E. 4; (Not Pictured). DAVID CARLYLE CARY — " David " — Band 1,2,3,4; A.F.S. Club 4; " Oklahoma! " 3; " The Fortune Teller " 4; All-State Band 1; All-Regional Band 3,4; All-Virginia Band 3. ANTHONY CHRIS CHRIST — " Tony " — Wrestling 1,2,3, Captain 4; Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Chess Team 1; Jaguar Journal 4; Junior Class President 3. Nancy Alease Busard William Norman Campbell Linda Louise Bush Linda Ruth Carl 197 ! I I ROBERT EDWARD CLINE — " Bob " — Football 1,2,3,4; Civitans 4; Span¬ ish Club 2; Basketball Manager 2; Baseball 2; Varsity Club 3. PATRICIA C. COPPAGE — " Pat " — Washington-Lee High School; Girls Crew 2; D.E. Club 3; Girls Chorus; V.O.T. 4. LYNN ALEXIS COREY — " Lee " — Congressional School 1; Drill Team 1; Pep Club 2; Art Club 2; " Ask Any Girl " 3; " Pillow Talk " 3; Pow Print Assistant Art Editor 4; S.C.A. 2, Treasurer 4; " J.B. " 4. DANIEL JOSEPH COSBEY — " Dan " — Track 1,2; Wrestling 3; Y.F.C. Club 1,2. JEANNE RAE COTHRAN — " Jeanne " — Pep Club 1,2; Y.F.C. Club 2; S.C.A. 3,4; " Wolf Gal " 4;. Senior Council 4 CHARLES SMITH COUSINS — " Charlie " — D.E. 2,3. NANCY M. COX — " Nancy " — Senior Council 4; S.C.A. Representative 2; Pep Club 2; " Mammy Yokum " 4; Keyettes 4. RICHARD MURRELL CRACK — " Rick " — Football 1,2,3; Track 3; Basketball Manager 2; Junior Civitan Club 2,3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4. DENNIS DARRELL CRAWFORD — " Fish " — Football 1,2,3,4; Basket¬ ball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3; Track 4; Key Club 2,3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Varsity Club 3; Marching Band 1,2; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; All Around Model Player 4. MICHAEL A. CREEL — " Mike " — Football 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. KAREN IRENE DANILIK — " Karen " — Pep Club 1,2,3, Corresponding Secretary 4; Main Office Staff 3,4; F.H.A. 4; A.F.S. 4; Keyettes 4; Senior Council 4. CAROLYN JEANNE DART — " Carolyn " — Pep Club 2, Y.F.C. 2; A.F.S. 4; German Club 4, F.H.A. 2,3, President 4; Senior Council 4; S.C.A. 4; I.C.C. 4; Guidance Office Staff 4. ANNETTE JAN DAVIDSON — " Annette " — Pep Club 2,3,4, Publicity Manager 2,3,4; Torch and Banner 4; F.H.A. 1. JEANNETTE ANN DAVIDSON — " Jeannette " — Hockey Team 2; " Our Town " 2; " Pillow Talk " 3; " Ask Any Girl " 3; " J.B. " 4; " The Mouse That Roared " 1; Thespian Honor Society 3, Treasurer 4. SUZANNE LYNNE DAVIS — " Suzy " — Kadens 4; Senior Council 4; Y.F.C. 2; French Club 2; Senior Scoop 4; " Moonbeam MacSwine " 4. PAUL B. DEFREITAS — " Paul " JOAN CAROL DEMO — " Joan " — Cheerleader 1; French Club 2. PAULINE ROSE DENEAULT — " Pauline " — Art Club 3, Vice President 4; Office Staff 4; Star Lytes Club, Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Track Team 2; Senior Council 4. RICHARD ALLAN DERRICKSON — " Rick " — The Hawthorne School; " The Mouse That Roared " 1; " Bye Bye Birdie " 1; " Arsenic and Old Lace " 2; " Our Town " 2; " J.B. " 4. JEFFREY WARREN DERROW — " Jeff " — Football 1,2; Ice Skating Club 2; Fish and Wildlife Club 3,4. THOMAS MAITLAND DOLAN — " Tom " — O ' Connell High School. VICKIE DAWN DONALDSON — " Vickie " — " Ask Any Girl " 3; " J.B. " 4; Torch and Banner Club 4. RICHARD PATRICK DONAHUE — " Richie " — Football 1,2; " Our Town " 2; " Pillow Talk " 3; " Ask Any Girl " 3; " Case of the Crushed Petunias " 3; " Oklahoma! " 3; " J.B. " 4. JUANITA GRACE DRONENBURG — " Grace " — G. C. Marshall High; German Club 2; Art Club 3; Madrigals 3,4; Y.F.C. Club 4. DANA FORREST DUNLAP — " Dana " — Kailua High School; National Honor Society. JOHN THOMAS ELDRIDGE — " John " — Madrigals 4. MICHAEL BYRON ELLIOT — " Mike " — Football 2; A.F.S. Club 4. CHARLES DAVID EVANS — " Charlie " — Ice Skating Club 1; Student Bus Driver 4. RALPH WILSON EVANS — " Bill " — National Junior Honor Society 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4; National Spanish Honor Society 3; A.F.S. 2,3; Baseball 2,3; Band 1,2,3,4. JOHN ALBERT EVERHARD — " John " — Pep Club 2,3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4, Senior Class Council 4; Track 1,3,4; Football 1,2; Cross Country 4. JOHN ADAM FAIRBANKS — " John " THOMAS ELWORTH FARMER — " Tom " — D.E. 2,3, President 4. JAMES ROBERT FARRELL JR. — " Jim " — Jaguar of the Year; Best Back Associated Press All Northern District 4; Civitans 2,3, Vice President 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; Baseball 1,2. CHARLES F. FEATHERS — " Butch " — F.C.T. Club 3,4. KATHRYN MARIE FIORAMONTI — " Kathy " — Pep Club 2,3; S.C.A. Senator 2,3,4; Cheerleading Club 2; Cheerleader 2; Class Council 3,4; Spanish Club 3; Student Staff 3; Keyette Club 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4. JAMES R. FLETCHER — " Jim " — D.E. 4. David Carlyle Cary Robert Edward Cline Anthony Chris Christ Leroy Cook " I can ' t look! " says Maureen Hunter as she receives her College Board scores. 198 Clock-watchers Larry Winstead, Mike Mitchell, and Bob Sowder wait for the bell. Lynn Alexis Corey Jeanne Rae Cothran Daniel Joseph Cosbey Charles Smith Cousins " You ' re crazy, Eggy, " insists Johnny Titus to Craig Wisooker. " Mine ' s twice as big as yours. " Nancy M. Cox Dennis Darrell Crawford Russell Crum Richard Murrell Crack Michael A. Creel Karen Irene Danilik Carolyn Jean Dart Annette Jan Davidson " With the prices of lunches the way they are, you have to eat some¬ thing, " explains Bill Wood. Jeannette Ann Davidson Paul B. DeFreitas Suzanne Lynne Davis Joan Carol Demo “So Susie skipped third again and didn ' t even take me with her, " Chip Belyea muses. Pauline Rose Deneault Richard Allan Derrickson Jeffrey Warren Derrow Vickie Dawn Donaldson " How does that grab you? " jests Alan Hayes. 201 " Oh my gosh! I forgot and made two dates for Saturday night, " gasps Randy Lain. Richard Patrick Donohue Juanita Grace Dronenburg James Jay Douglas Dana Forrest Dunlap " Well, what did you expect since I ran unopposed? " comments Lee Corey. " Don ' t look now, Cheryl, but he just took a picture, " mumbles Leigh Taylor to Cheryl Saunders. 202 " Hey, Bob, I saw your girl with another guy, " chuckles Bill Herling. " Oh! I keep getting the paint in my hair, " exclaims Alice Shewmaker. Patricia Edison John Thomas Eldridge Michael Byron Elliot Charles David Evans James Evans Ralph Wilson Evans John Albert Everhard, Jr. John Adam Fairbanks 203 THERSA DONNA FORMOSA — " Theresa " — St. Columbans High, Lisbon, Portugal, 1,2,3; Chorus 3; Senator 3. DONNA LYNN FOX — " Donna " — Guidance Office Staff 3,4; Main Office Staff 4. DOROTHY ANN FRANKLIN — " Dotti " CATHERINE ELIZABETH FRANZ — " Boots " — Fort Carson Junior High School, Fort Carson, Colorado 1; Fountain High School, Fountain, Colorado 2; Band 1,2,3,4; F.A. T. 1; Science Club 2; Library Club 2; Pep Club 1,2,4; F.B.L.A. 4; Office Staff 2; Library Staff 4. BRYNA MAXINE FREYER — " Bryna " — Political Science Forum 4; French Club 1; Art Club 1, Vice President 2, President 3,4; " It ' s Academic " Team 4. SIDNEY GEORGE FRIEND — " Sid " — Football 2; Spanish Honor Society 3,4; Fish and Wildlife Club 3,4; Joy Boys 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Political Science Forum 4; Operetta 4. DANIEL RALPH FUSON — " Dan " — Track 3,4; Cross-Country 3,4. GLEN DARYL GEUDER — " Glen " — Basketball 1,2; Class Sergeant- -at-Arms 1; Math Honor Society 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Class Vice President 2; National Junior Honor Society 1, Vice President 2; Junior Civitan Club 2,3,4; S.C.A. Vice President 4; Harvard Book Award 3; " It ' s Academic " Team 4. PHILIP B. GIESELER — " Phil " — National Junior Honor Society 1,2; Math Honor Society 3,4; Quill Scroll Honor Society 3, President 4; Jaguar Journal Assistant Sports Editor 3, Sports Editor 4; Yearbook Photographer 3, Yearbook Co-Editor 4; Key Club 3, Secretary 4; Senior Class Council 4. ELIZABETH FAY GOODMAN — " Beth " — A.F.S. 1,2, Vice President 3; National Thespian Honor Society 2, Secretary 3,4; Senior Council 4; S.C.A. Election Committee 4; Pep Club 1; S.C.A. Foreign Affairs Com¬ mittee 3, Keyettes 2,3, Vice President 4. MARK ANDREW GOODRICK — " Mark " — Spanish Club 2; Spanish Honor Society 3,4. ROBERT JAMES GORACKE — " Bob " — Football 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 3; Student Staff 3; Civitans 4; S.C.A. Representative 2. Thomas Elworth Farmer Kathryn Marie Fioramonti James Robert Farrell, Jr. James R. Fletcher " If you push me off, I ' ll SCREAM!!! " threatens Jeanne Cothran as Kathy Ball attempts a friendly shove. 204 Donna Lynn Fox Bryna Maxine Freyer Dorothy Ann Franklin Sidney George Friend Daniel Ralph Fuson Harold Gaskins Glen Daryl Geuder Phillip B. Gieseler 205 Elizabeth Faye Goodman Mark Andrew Goodrick Robert James Goracke Carol Anne Graham Dora Lynell Gramling Natalie Judy Green Kathleen Beth Gregson Donna Gribbon Marcia E. Grim Martin F. Gurri Nancy Lee Hamlin Christopher Mark Guenther Virginia Sharon Hallama Gloria Jean Hamilton Laurie Mastenbrook: The future senior housewife. 206 CAROL ANNE GRAHAM — " Carol " — Pep Club 1,2; Y.F.C. 1,2; Keyettes 3,4; Office Staff 3,4; Election Committee 4; Senior Coun¬ cil 4; S.C.A. Representative 4; " Daisy Mae " 4. KENNETH EDWARD GRAHAM — " Ken " — " Pillow Talk " 3. DORA LYNELL GRAMLING — " Dora " — Pep Club Sergeant-at- -Arms 2,3; F.B.L.A. 2, Reporter 3. NATALIE JUDY GREEN — " Natalie " — F.B.L.A. 4. KATHLEEN BETH GREGSON — " Kit " — " Our Town " 2; " Okla¬ homa! " 3; Art Club 1,4; Political Science Forum Secretary 4; De¬ bate Team Timer 3,4; " Pillow Talk " 3. MARCIA E. GRIM -— " Marcia " — Pep Club 1; F.H.A. 2, Vice President 3; Sergeant-at-Arms 2; Class Secretary 3; National Honor Society 3. CHRISTOPHER MARK GUENTHER — " Mark " — Track 2,3,4; Football 3,4; Key Club 4; Varsity Club 2,3. KAREN SUE GALLIMORE — " Karen " — Wakefield High 2; National Junior Honor Society 1. MARTIN F. GURRI — " Martin " VIRGINIA SHARON HALLAMA — " Sharon " — Yearbook Staff 4; Office Staff 4; Senior Council 4; Pep Club 1,2; Science Fair Award 2. Pete Oakley ' s favorite game: Cowboys and Indians. NANCY LEE HAMBLIN — " Nance " — National Honor Society 3,4; Junior National Honor Society 2; French Honor Society 2,3,4; Math Honor Society 3, Treasurer 4; Ice Skating Club 2; French Club 1,2; Hockey Team 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club; Basketball 2; Track 2,3; Girl ' s Chorus 2; Concert Choir 4; Spelling Forensic Award 3; Area Science Fair Awards 1,2; Torch Banner Service Club 3,4; Election Committee 3,4; S.C.A. Poster Committee 3. GLORIA JEAN HAMILTON — " Gloria " — Cheerleader Co- Captain 1; Pep Club 1,2; S.C.A. Representative 1. 207 " Are you sure my part is straight? " Alan Mullins questions Meddy Martin. Wallace Woodrow Susan Lynn Hayes Hartsook Mary Alice Healey James Alan Hayes Terry Jane Hedgpeth William Webb Herling Linda Lee Hedrick Thomas Herrity 208 " Eating a popsicle is nothing like playing a trombone, " muses Chris Botos. Janet Louise Holmaas Sandra Lou Holmes George Lawrence Honey William M. Howdershell f 209 JUDITH ANN HAMPTON — " Judy " — Western Oaks 1; Putnam City High School 2; Service Club 1; Spanish Club 1,2; World Affairs Club 2; Pep Club 2,3, President 4; National Honor Society 3,4; F.H.A. Club; Torch Banner 3,4; Spanish Honor Society 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Student Staff 4; Hockey Manager 3; Softball 3; I.C.C. 4. CLARENCE NORMAN HARRIS — " Buddy " DWENDOLYN VERA RICHARD HARRIS — " Dwen " — Luther Jack- son High School 1,2; Cheerleader 1,2; Newspaper Staff 2; Drama Club 2; Gymnastics Group 1,2; Science Fair Award 1,2. (Not Pictured). LINDA KAY HART — " Linda " — Pep Club 3; F.B.L.A. 3; Swim Club 2,3. WALLACE W. HARTSOOK — " Woody " — Football 2,3,4; Baseball 2, 3; Civitans 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Honor Society 3,4; Math Honor Society 3,4; All County Guard Award 4; All Northern Va. Guard Award 4. JAMES ALAN HAYES — " Al " — Basketball Manager 1,2,3; Football Manager 1; National Junior Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Honor Society 3,4; Math Honor Society 4; Chess Team 4; A.F.S. 4; Junior Civitans 3,4; National Merit Semifinalist 4. SUSAN LYNN HAYES — " Sue " — Pep Club 3,4; Kadens 4; S.C.A. Representative 1; Senior Council 4. MARY ALICE THERESA HEALEY — " Mary Alice " — German Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; Swim Club 2; I.C.T. Club 4. LINDA LEE HEDRICK — " Linda " — Basketball 2; Hockey 2; Swim Club 3; Pep Club 1; Keyettes 3,4; Guidance Office Staff 4. WILLIAM WEBB HERLING — " Bill " — Golf Team 2; A.F.S. 4; Spanish Honor Society 3,4. JANET LOUISE HOLMAAS — " Strawberry " — A.F.S. 1,2,3; Ice Skating Club 1,2; Basketball Manager 2; " Pillow Talk " 3; " Ask Any Girl " 3. SANDRA LOU HOLMES — " Sandy " — Pep Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1, Sec¬ retary 2, President 3,4; Traffic Safety Award 3. " You ' ve gotta believe me! I really did see a red-spotted purple-breasted beagon, " wails Larry Winstead. Charles W. Hudock Sharon Lee Huff Pamela Elaine Huff Jerome Austin Hunsberger Bruce Boger chuckles: " The incredible Larry Winstead! What will he think of next? " 210 Karen Ann Hunsberger Maureen Lynell Hunter Audrey Hope Huthwaite Pauline Rene Jackson Sharon DeAnn Jeglum Lawrence Raymond Johnson John Richard Johnston Lawrence Jones Carol Graham: Cover Girl. 21 1 Wayne Morris Juncal Paul Walter Kadel Robert Alan Kackley Karee Louise Keeler " Well, Mr. Valotto, it ' s like this ... " explains Harold Gaskins. Carol Sue Keen Patricia Joan Kelley Judith Elaine Kerns Linda Sue Kerns Nancy Kay Kincheloe Dorothy King Michael Anthony King Peggy Ann Kleinfelder 212 WWW ' I wonder how I can get out of this place, " plots John Stevenson. Valerie Knight Michael Andrew Korbe Robert Harold Krein Alicia LaCoss 213 Gary Trudell ' s training program: an ice cream sandwich a day. 214 Judith E. Lantz Carol Ann Larkin Carol Ann Lawall Virginia Ellen Leffas Nancy Jean Lemon Louis David Lindley Virginia Reese Litten Jean Marie Lloyd Jeanne Cothran and Chris Wright: Togetherness at FCHS. 215 GEORGE LAWRENCE HONEY — " Larry " — Band 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM M. HOWDERSHELL — " Bill " — Pep Club 1,2,3; A.F.S. Club I, 2; Basketball manager 3; S.C.A. Representative 3. JEANNIE HOWELLS — " Genet " — Spanish Club 3; Drama Club 3; Basketball 2,3; (Not Pictured). EDWARD THOMAS HRUNENI — " Ed " — Track Team 1,2,3,4; Cross Country Team 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3,4. CHARLES W. HUDOCK — " Charles " — Student Staff 4; L.B.N. 4; V.O.T. 4. PAMELA ELAINE HUFF — " Pam " — Cheerleader 1,2,3; Cheerleading Club 1,2,3; Y.F.C. 2; Senior Council 4; Pep Club 1,2; Homecoming Court 2,4; Sweetheart Court 1,3; Sophomore Class Treasurer 2; Keyette Club 3,4; Yearbook Staff 3,4. SHARON LEE HUFF — " Sherry " — Library Assistan t 1; Pep Club 1; French Club 2,3,4; Office Staff 1. JEROME AUSTIN HUNSBERGER — " Jerry " — J.V. Football 2; A.F.S. Club 2; Sophomore Class Council 2; Junior Class Council 3; Sophomore Class Senator; S.C.A. Representative 3; Second Place Science Fair 1. KAREN ANN HUNSBERGER — " Karen " — Junior National Honor So¬ ciety 1, Secretary 2; National Honor Society 3,4; French National Honor Society 3,4; F.T.A. 1, Secretary 2; Pep Club 1; J.V. Cheerleading 2; Varsity Cheerleading 3, Co-Captain 4; Cheerleading Club 2,4, Secretary 3; 5. C.A. Senator 2,3; Senior Cabinet Member 4; Senior Council 4; Girl ' s State 3; Sweetheart Court 2; Maid of Honor Prom Court Court 3; Maid of Honor Homecoming 4; Optimist ' s Award 4; " Bye Bye Birdie " 1; " Slice It Thin " 1; " The Mouse That Roared " 2; " Oklahoma! " 3; " The Fortune Teller " 4. HERBERT E. HUNTER — " Herb " — Freshman Football; J.V. Football 2; J. V. Basketball 2; J. V. Baseball 2; J.V. Baseball 3. MAUREEN LYNNELL HUNTER — " Maureen " — Guidance Office 2,3; V.O.T. 4. AUDREY HOPE HUTHWAITE — " Audrey " — Student Staff 3,4; Girl ' s Hockey Manager 3; Girl ' s Basketball Manager 2; Girl ' s Softball Manager 2,3; Torch and Banner 3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4. PAULINE JACKSON — " Pauline " SHARON DE ANN JEGLUM — " Sherry " — Mixed Chorus 1; Ice Skating Club 1,2,3,4; Spanish Honor Society 3,4; " The Fortune Teller " 4; Girls ' Chorus 2; Girls ' Basketball 2; Girls ' Softball 2; A.F.S. 4; Clinic Staff 4; Powder Puff 4. JOHN RICHARD JOHNSTON — " Rich " — Joy Boys 3,4; A.F.S. 4. WAYNE MORRIS JUNCAL — " Wayne " — Wrestling, H.E. Club. ROBERT ALAN KACKLEY — " Bob " — Junior Honor Society 1,2; Math Honor Society 3,4; National Honor Society 4; Baseball 3; Y.F.C. 3. PAUL WALTER KADEL — " Paul " — Band 1,2,3,4; Fish Wildlife Club 4, President 3; Ice Skating Club 1,2; German Club 1,2; Student Bus Driver 4. KAREE LOUISE KEELER — " Karee " — Majorette 3,4; S.C.A. Representa¬ tive 3. CAROL SUE KEEN — " Carol " — Pep Club 1; F.H.A. 4; A.F.S. 4; Senior Council 4. PATRICIA JOAN KELLEY — " Pat " — Class Council 2,3,4; S.C.A Repre¬ sentative 2; Spanish Club 2,3; German Club 3; A.F.S. Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Keyettes 3,4; S.C.A. 2,3; Class Treasurer 3; Class Vice President 4; Jr. National Honor Society 2, Treasurer 4; Yearbook Business Manager 4; Foreign Exchange Student 3; Spanish Honor Society. JUDITH ELAINE KERNS — " Judy " — S.C.A. Representative 1; Senior Class Council 4. LINDA SUE KERNS — " Sue " NANCY KAY KINCHELOE — " Nancy " — Softball 1,3,4; Basketball 2; Hockey 2; Monogram Club 2,4; Yearbook Girls ' Sports Editor 4. DOROTHY ANN KING — " Dotty " — V.O.T. 4; Office Staff 3,4. MICHAEL ANTHONY KING — " Mike " PEGGY ANN KLEINFELDER — " Peg " — Pep Club 3; D.E. 4. PRESTON E. KNAPP — " Preston " — George Washington High School 1,2; T. C. Williams High School 3; Football 1; Basketball 1,3,4; Baseball 3,4, Co-Captain 2; French Club 1; Varsity Club 3,4; Newspaper 2; Junior Civitan Club 4. MICHAEL ANDREW KORBE — " Mike " — Y.F.C. 1,2; Spanish Club 2; Band 1,2; Yearbook 4; S.C.A. Representative. ROBERT HAROLD KREIN — " Bobby " — Whetstone High School, Co¬ lumbus, Ohio. WILLIAM FRED KROHN — " Bill " — Ayer High School 1,2; Fauguier High School 3; Football 1; Basketball 2,3. ALICIA MARIE LaCOSS— " Alicia " — Madrigals 3,4; Mixed Chorus 1; Girls ' Chorus 2; A.F.S. Club 2,3,4; Y.F.C. 4; " Oklahoma! " 3; " Bye Bye Birdie " 1; " Fortune Teller " 4; " Oliver " 4; National Thespian Society 4. DOUGLAS RANDY LAIN — " Randy " — Vietnam 1,2; Red Cross 1; President 2; Softball 1,2; Football 3,4; Basketball 4; Golf 3; Baseball 4; Junior Civitan Club 4; Student Staff 4; S.C.A. Representative 4; Honest Abe 4. DAVID CHARLES LANDMAN — " Dave " . Linda Sue Long Lloyd MacMillian Sindri Luana Low Ellen Tennyson Manville Chris Wright complains, " How much longer is he going to talk? " 216 Joan Carol Martin Pamela Sue Martinson Marilyn Anne Martin Laurel Ann Mastenbrook Kathleen Mathers Sharon Anne Matthias Alice Patricia Melick Carlo A. Micale Sandra Claire Matthias Dennis McCarthy Karen Lee Merritt Bobbie Ann Miles 217 Jane McBryde Miller William Howard Miller Susan Lee Miller Colin Jackson Mitchell “Do you think I have a chance to make varsity cheerleading? " grins Toby Sullivan. Michael Allison Mitchell Joseph Paul Mondichak Rebecca Ann Moore Constance Moody Victor George Mitchell, Jr. Ashley Michael Monroe Barbara B. Moran Linda Louise Morrell 218 Donald Morris Kermit Alan Mullins Gilbert Guy Morrison, Jr. Michael Galen Niccum SINDRI LUANA LOW — " Sindri " — Drama Club 3,4; Art Clut 3,4; Pep Club 4; Second Place Art Exhibit. FRANK TYLER MAFFETT — " Frank " ELLEN TENNYSON MANVILLE — " Ellen " JOAN CAROL MARTIN — " Joan " — Torch Banner Club 4, Chap¬ lin 3; Y.F.C. 1,2,4, Secretary 3; Girls ' Chorus 1; Concert Choir 3; A Cappella Choir 4; " Oklahoma! " 3; " The Fortune Teller " 4; " Bye Bye Birdie " 1; S.C.A. Representative 3. MARILYN ANNE MARTIN — " Meddy " — Class Treasurer 1, Na¬ tional Thespian Honor Society 2, Vice President 3, President 4; " The Mouse That Roared " 1; " Arsenic Old Lace " 2; " Balcony Scene " 2; " Pillow Talk " 3; " Case of The Crushed Petunias " 3; " Ask Any Girl " 3; " J.B. " 4. PAMELA SUE MARTINSON — " Pam " — North Central High School, Spokane, Washington 1,2; Girls ' Glee Club 1,2; V.O.T. 4. LAWRENCE PARKER MARTZ — " Larry " — Football 1; Drama Club 1,2; " Slice It Thin " 1; " Bye Bye Birdie " 1; " The Mouse That Roared " 1; " Arsenic Old Lace " 2; " Our Town " 2; " Pillow Talk " 3; I.C.T. Club 3,4. LAUREL ANN MASTENBROOK — " Laurie " — Keyette Club 2, Junior Representative 3, President 4; Yearbook Index Editor 3, Co-Editor 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Quill Scroll Honor Society 3,4; S.C.A. Representative 1,2,4, Secretary 3; Cheerleader 1,2; Cheerleading Club Historian 2; Senior Class Council 4; Office Staff 4. SANDRA CLAIRE MATTHIAS — " Sandy " — Girls ' Chorus 2; Concert Choir 4; V.O.T. 4. SHARON ANNE MATTHIAS — " Sharon " — Girls ' Chorus 2. " But Steve, you ' re not supposed to dump the whole tray! " protests Larry Johnso n to Steve Price. JUDITH E. LANTZ — " Judi " CAROL ANN LARKIN — " Cuzz " — Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3; Softball 1; " Our Town " 2; Ice Skating Club 2; Monogram Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Clinic Staff 3,4; Math Honor Society 3,4. JOHN MARTIN LARSON — " John " — Birmingham High School, Van Nuys, California; W. T. Woodson High School, Fairfax, Virginia. CAROL ANN LAWALL — " Carol " — Y.F.C. 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Junior National Honor Society 1, Chaplain 2; F.T.A. 2,3, President 4; Paw Print Staff 2; Forensics 2; " The Mouse That Roared " 1; National Honor Society 3, Secretary 4; Keytte Club 3, Senior District Representative 4; Spanish Honor Society Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4. VIRGINIA ELLEN LEFFAS — " Virginia " — Ice Skating Club 2; F.H.A. 3; F.B.L.A. 4. NANCY JEAN LEMON — " Nancy " — James Madison High School, Fairfax Virginia 1; Fairfax High School, Fairfax, Virginia 2; Woodward High School, Oh io 2; Pep Club 1; A.F.S. 4; Keytte Club 4. LOUIS DAVID LINDLEY — " Dave " — Granby High School, Norfolk, Virginia 1; Wrestling Manager 4; I.C.T. Club 4. ALENA MAE LIPTRAP — " Leany " — Paw Print 3. VIRGINIA REESE LITTEN — " Virginia " — Pep Club 2,3; Pep Squad 2, President 3; Band 1,2,3,4. JEAN MARIE LLOYD — " Jeanie " — Basketball 1; " Pillow Talk " 3; Ask Any Girl " 3; " J.B. " 4; " Bye Bye Birdie " 1; " Case of The Crushed Petunias " 3. LINDA SUE LONG — " Linda " — " The Mouse That Roared " 1; Ice Skating Club 1,2; Art Club 4. 219 .Ju Mary Alice Nichols Peter Hal Oakley Duane Edwin Nystrom Paul Brian O ' Hara ALICE PATRICIA MELICK — " Patti " — Softball 2; Keyette Club 3, Recording Secretary 4; S.C.A. Representative 3,4; National Honor So¬ ciety 3,4; Spanish Honor Society 3, Reporter 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Class Council 4; Powder Puff 3; I.C.C. Secretary 3,4. KAREN LEE MERRITT — " Karen " — " Bye Bye Birdie " 1; Mixed Chorus 1,2; Concert Choir 3; " Oklahoma! " 3; V.O.T. 4. CARLO A. MICALE — " Carl " — Basketball 1; Cross Country 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Varsity Club 2,3; Joy Boys 3; Northern District Two-Mile Champion 3; Fairfax County Two-Mile Champion 3. BOBBIE ANN MILES —— " Bobbie " — Cheerleading 3, Captain 1,2; Cheerleading Club 2,3; Girl Senator 2; Homecoming Court 1; Sweet¬ heart Court 3; Keyette Club 3,4. JANE McBRYDE MILLER — " Jane " — F.H.A. 4; Powder Puff 3,4; Senior Class Council 4. SUSAN LEE MILLER — " Susan " — F.H.A. 1,4; F.T.A. 2,3, Treasurer 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Honor Society 3,4; Math Honor Society 3,4; " The Fortune Teller " 4. WILLIAM HOWARD MILLER — " Bill " — National Junior Honor Society 1,2; Science Club 2; Wrestling 2; Rifle Club 3, President 4; Senior Class Council 4; National Merit Semi-finalist 4. COLIN JACKSON MITCHELL — " Jack " — Junior Civitan Club 2,3, Secretary 4. MICHAEL ALLISON MITCHELL — " Mike " — Junior Civitan Club 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3; Baseball 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Lineman of the Year 4; Basketball 1. VICTOR GEORGE MITCHELL, JR. — " Vic " — Football 2,3,4; Wrest¬ ling 4. Ray Lacy heroically abstains from lunch to make weight. JOSEPH PAUL MONDICHAK — " Joe " — Mastown Junior High School 1; German Club 2,3,4; Science Club 1,2; A.F.S. 4. REBECCA ANN MOORE — " Becky " — Mount Vernon High School, Alexandria, Virginia 1; Fairfax High School, Fairfax, Virginia 3; Art Club 1; Gold Key Award 3; Third Prize in Art Contest 2; Blue Ribbon 3; Scholastic Achievements in Art Certificate 3. BARBARA B. MORAN — " B " — Cheerleader 2; Pep Club 1,2; Keyette Club 3,4; Cheerleading Club 2; Powder Puff 3,4; Sweetheart Court 3; Homecoming Court 4; S.C.A. Representative 3. LINDA LOUISE MORRELL — " Linda " — Press Club 1,2,3; French Club 1; Pep Club 2; Keyettes 3,4; National Quill Scroll Honor Society 3, Secretary 4; Paw Print 2,3,4; Jaguar Journal Staff 2, Exchange Editor 3, Editor 4. GILBERT GUY MORRISON, JR. — " Gil " — Track 2,3,4. CYNTHIA MAY MULLIGAN — " Cindy " — George Wythe High School, Richmond, Virginia 1,2,3; Wythe Ledge Staff 3. RONALD NEIL NELSON — " Ronnie " (Not Pictured). MICHAEL GALEN NICCUM — " Mike " — Charleston, South Carolina 1,2,3; Football 1,2; Track 1,2; Tennis 2; Swim Team 2; Key Club 2,3; S.C.A. President 3. MARY ALICE NICHOLS — " Mary " — City High, Kentucky; Nuren- burg High Germany. DUANE EDWIN NYSTROM — " Duane " — American School; Jaguar Journal Staff. PETER HAL OAKLEY — " Pete " — J.V. Basketball 2; Golf Team 1,2,3, Captain 4; Varsity Club 3,4; German Club 2,3; Key Club 3,4; Junior National Honor Society 1,2; " Pappy Yokum " 4. PAUL BRIAN O ' HARA — " Paul " 220 Patrick Joseph Ohlegar Marilyn O ' Malley William Stuart Oliver Cristina Oritz A. Cienfuegos Dale Emerson Pace John Padgett Donald Ross Papke Jo Marie Paradise Stephen Carter Parks Gregg L. Patton Georgia Ann Patterson Edward Wright Pauly 221 WILLIAM STUART OLIVER — " Billy” — Football 1,4; Basketball 1,2,3, Captain 4; Baseball 2; Junior Civitans 2,3, Chaplain 4. MARILYN ROSE O ' MALLEY — " Marilyn " — Cathedral High, Spring- field, Massachusetts 1,2,3; Drama Club 1; History Club 1, Treasurer 2; Student Patrol, Junior Achievement 3; Treasurer 3. CRISTINA A-CIENFUEGOS ORTIZ — " Cristina " — Foreign Exchange Student from Spain; A.F.S. 4; Keyttes 4; Torch and Banner 4; Spanish Honor Society 4; National Honor Society 4. DALE EMERSON PACE — " Dale " — Science Club 4; Band 1,2,3,4. DONALD ROSS PAPKE — " Don " — French Club 1, National Honor Society 3,4; Vice President 4; " Arsenic and Old Lace " 2; " Pillow Talk " 3; " The Case of the Crushed Petunias " 3; " Ask Any Girl " 3; " J.B. " 4, " Our Town " 2. PEGGI ANN PARKS — " Peg " — Kubasake High School 1,2,3; Pep Club 1; Tennis Club 2; (Not Pictured) . STEPHEN CARTER PARKS — " Steve " — Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Civitan Club 2,3,4; Junior National Honor Society 1,2; National Math Honor Society 3,4. GEORGIA ANN PATTERSON — " George " — Pep Club 1; Drama Department 1,2,3; Office Staff 4. GREGG L. PATTON — " George " — Ice Skating Club 2; Fish and Wildlife Club 3, Vice President 4; Band 2,3,4; O.T.L.B. 3,4. EDWARD WRIGHT PAULY— " Ed " —S.C.A. President 4; S.C.A. Senator 2; Debate 1,4, Captain 2,3; National Honor Society 3,4; Junior National Honor Society 1, Treasurer 2; Math Honor Society 3,4; Key Club 3,4; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; " It ' s Academic " Team 4; Math Team 4. SUZANNE PAYNE — " Spano " — Pep Club 1; Keyette Club 4; Senior Council 4; Sweetheart Court 3. JANICE MAY PEDONE — " Janice " — Pep Club 1; D.E. Club 3; V.O.T. 4 . JOYCE MARIE PETERS — " Joyce " — Oxon Hill High School 1; Girls ' Athletic Association 1; National Honor Society 3,4; Kaden Club 4; Senior Council 4; Senior Class Secretary 4; Miss Falls Church High 3. ARTHUR TILDEN POLING — " Arthur " — Band 1,2,3,4; Y.F.C. Club 4; Math Honor Society 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Junior National Honor Society 1,2. MICHAEL ALAN POLLOCK — ' Mick " — Baseball 3; Paw Print 4. SUSAN ELLEN PRAETZ — " Sue " — Woodlawn High School 2; Hockey 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Softball 2,3,4; Monogram Club 3, Vice President 4 . STEPHEN C. PRICE — " Steve " — A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; Madrigals 3,4; Key Club 3,4; Teen Age Republicans 1,2, President 3,4; Debate Team 3,4; Jaguar Journal Staff 4; " Bye Bye Birdie " 1; " Oklahoma! " 3; Student Council 3,4; All-County Choir 3,4; S.C.A. Parliamentarian 4. JAMES WILSON PUKETT — " Jimmy " — (Not Pictured) WILLIAM J. RAKEL — " Jay " — Jesuit High School 1; Father Dueanos High Schol 2,3; Football 1,2; Baseball 2,3; Track 1,3; Office Staff 4. BARBARA LOUISE REDMAN — " Barbara " — Granby High School 2. GEORGE ALLAN REEDY — " George " — Band 1,2,3, Vice President 4; Spanish Club 1,2; O.T.L.B. 3,4; Key Club 4; Joy Boys 2,3, Treasurer 4; Baseball Manager 2,3. SHELIA JOY RIFFLE — " Shelia " — Pep Club 1; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4, Sergeant of Arms 3, President 4; A.F.S. 3,4; Keyettes 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,4. RICHARD DEVON ROBSON — " Ricky " JAMES LEE RODD — " Jim " — King George V School 1; A.F.S. Club 4; Art Club 4; National Honor Society 3; Math Honor Society 4; French National Honor Society 4. JUDITH ANN ROUSSILLON — " Judy " LINDA M. RUE — " Linda " — Pep Club 2; Keytte Club 3,4; Concert Choir. CHARLES ARANDLE RUSSELL — " Randy " — David H. Hickman High School 1,2; Football 1,2; Track 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; French Club 4; Math Award 2. ALEXANDER ROBERT SADLOWE — " Bob " — (Not Pictured). CAROLYN MARIE SAHROW — " Carol " — George Mason High School 1; Future Homemakers of America 1, Mixed Chorus 2; Concert Choir 3,4. MYRNA LOUISE SAMUEL — " Cookie " — D.E. 1,2. BARBARA ANNE SANTEE — " Barb " — Frankfurt Jr. High School 1; National Junior Honor Society 1. CHERYL LOU SAUNDERS — " Cheryl " — Pep Club 2,3; Senior Class Council 4; Keyette Club 3,4; Keyette District Recording Secretary 4; Yearbook Staff 4. DANIEL G. SAUVEUR — " Danny " Suzanne Payne Joyce Marie Peters Janice May Pedone Arthur Tilden Poling " Civitans need something. Maybe publicity will help, " suggests Billy Wells, publicity manager. 222 Michael Alan Pollock Stephen C. Price Susan Ellen Praetz William J. Rakel Barbara Louise Redman George Alan Reedy Sharon Lynne Rice Minty Rich “Us Tareyton smokers would rather fight than switch! " declares John Ever- hard to Les Joyce . . . “So fight! " 223 Alice Marie Ricks Sheila Joy Riffle Richard Devon Robson James Lee Rodd Paula Jean Rothgeb Linda M. Rue Judith Ann Roussillon Charles Arandle Russell Carolyn Marie Sahrow Adele Santino Myrna Louise Samuel Barbara Anne Santee Charlie Hudock: Dances are getting wilder all the time! 224 " I ' m on the wrong side! " gasps Patti Willis. Cheryl Lou Saunders Karen Saunders Daniel G. Sauveur Judith Elizabeth Shafer JUDITH ELIZABETH SCHAFER — " Judy " — Pep Club 1,2; Softball 3; Monogram Club 4. SYDNEY THOMAS SHARPE — " Tom " — D.E. 4. ALICE F. SHEWMAKER — " Alice " — Pep Club 1,2; Paw Print 2,3; Yearbook Staff 3,4. JEAN MARIE SHIVELHOOD — " Jeannie " — Radnor High School 1,2,3. BARBARA ANNE SHOUN — " Barbi ' — Art Club 1. THERESA YVONNE SHUPE — " Terri " — Fairfax High School 3; A.F.S. 1; Y.F.C. 1; " Slice It Thin " 1; " Bye Bye Birdie " 1; " The Mouse That Roared " 1; " Arsenic and Old Lace " 2; Senior Council 4. CHRISTOPHER STEVEN SILLS — " Chris " — Baseball 1,2; D.E. Club 4; (Not Pictured). SHEILA DOYLE SLAY — " Sheila " — Pep Club 1,2; Swim Club 2; Office Staff 3; Art Club 2; Mixed Chorus 1, D.E. 4; " Bye Bye Birdie " 1; " Arsenic and Old Lace " 2; " Pillow Talk " 3; " Oklahoma! " 3. JUDY ANN SMITH — " Judy " — Yearbook Staff 4; Drama Depart¬ ment 1,2,3, F.B.L.A. 4. MICHAEL ANDREW SMITH — " Mike " — Baseball 2,3,4; Junior National Honor Society 1,2. ROSS EMMONS SMITH — " Ross " — Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,4; Golf Team. STEPHEN C. SMITH — " Steve " — Band 1,2,3. ROBERT L. SOWDER — " Bob " — Football 4; Baseball 3; Civitan Club 3,4; D.E. Club 3. MARJORIE ANNE STACKS — " Margie " Hockey 2,3,4; Basketball 1, 2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Secretary 3; Treasurer 4. BARBARA JEAN STAPLETON — " Jeannie " — Pep Club 1,2; A.F.S. Club 2,3,4; Softball 1,2; Monogram Club 3,4; F.R.A. Club 2,3,4; Ice Skating Club 1; Guidance Office Staff 4. SARAH CATHLEEN STARR — " Cathy " — Office Staff 4; Monogram Club 2; Softball Manager 2; " Oklahoma! " 3; " The Fortune Teller " 4. JAMES EARL STEEN — " Jimmie " — Maryland High School. EDYTHE LILLIAN STEPHENSON — " Edye " — Freshman Class Girl Senator 1; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Co-Captain 2, Captain 4; Cheerleading Club 2,3,4, President 4; " Oklahoma! " 3; Keyettes 2,3; Student Staff 4; Library Staff 4; Sweetheart Court 2; Prom Court 4; Homecoming Court 4, Queen. JOHN THOMAS STEVENSON — " John " — Football 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Civitan Club 3,4; Student Staff 4. PAUL T. STRICKLAND — " Paul " — German Club 4; Wrestling Man¬ ager 2; Math Honor Society 3, Vice President 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Junior National Honor Society 1,2. TOBIN PAUL SULLIVAN — " Toby " — Football 1,2,3; Golf 1,2,3,4; Science Club 4; Varsity Club 3,4. ROBERT ALEXANDER SUMMERS — " Bob " German Club 1,2; Ice Skating Club 1,2; Fish and Wildlife Club 3,4; Joy Boys 3. ANN ANDERSON SWING — " Ann " — Pep Club 1,2; Cheerleader 1,2 Keyette Club 2,3,4; Class Secretary 2, Class Vice President 3; Class President 4; Sweetheart Court 1; Math Honor Society 3,4. LORRAINE JILL TAVENNER — " Jill " — Langley High School 3, Stu¬ dent Staff 4; Keyette Club 4. 225 Sidney Thomas Sharpe Alice F. Shewmaker Jean Marie Shivelhood Barbara Anne Shoun Theresa Yvonne Shupe Thomas Simpson Sheila Doyle Slay Judy Ann Smith 226 Michael Andrew Smith Robert L. Sowder Marjorie Anne Stacks Sarah Cathleen Starr Stephen C. Smith Michael Srnka Barbara Jean Stapleton James Earl Steen Edythe Lillian Stephenson Paul T. Strickland John Thomas Stevenson Tobin Paul Sullivan " Gil, I think I hit a rock! " says Rick Crack to Gil Morrison. 227 PATRICIA LEIGH TAYLOR — " Leigh " — High School in Germany 1,2,3; Pep Club 2, Junior Council 3; Senior Council 4; German Club 4; Keyette Club 4. DANIEL SAMUEL THOMAS — " Dan " — Luther Jackson 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Political Science Club 4; Stu¬ dent Staff 4; Public Speaking Champion 2. TERRY JANE THOMAS — " Terry " — National Thespian Honor So¬ ciety 2,3,4, Historian 4; A.F.S. 2,3; Yearbook Senior Editor 4; Guid¬ ance Office Staff 4; " Slice It Thin " 1; " The Mouse That Roared " 1; " Arsenic and Old Lace " 2; " Balcony Scene " 2; " Our Town " 2; " Pil¬ low Talk " 3; " Oklahoma! " 3; " Ask Any Girl " 3; " J.B " 4. JOHN DELBERT THOMPSON — " John " — Wrestling 2; F.T.A. 4; Science Club 4. JOHN HAMILTON TITUS — " John " — Football 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Junior Civitan Club 2,3,4; King Ugly 2. DOLLY MAE TOWSEY — " Dolly " — Pep Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 2, Historian 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 3; Majorette 1,2,3,4; " Jaguar Golden Girl " 4; Yearbook Staff 4; " Oklahoma! " 3. FRED ARTHUR TREMPER — " Fred " — Football 1,2; Baseball 1; Key Club 3, President 4; " LiT Abner " 4. GARY ERNEST TRUDELL— " Gary " — Wrestling 3, Captain 4; Key Club 3, Vice President 4. (Not Pictured) BRUCE K. TUCKER — " Bruce " — Basketball 1,2; Football 2. PATRICIA LOUISE TURNER — " Patti " — Basketball 2; Keyette Club 3,4; Monogram 2,3,4; Paw Print 1,2, Editor-In-Chief 4; A.F.S. 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Math Honor Society 3, Secretary 4; French Honor Society 3, Vice President 4; Junior Honor Society 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4; Quill and Scroll Honor Society. NANCY PAULINE VAN LEAR — " Nancy " — Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Squad 4, Vice President 3. LINDA JEANNE VOELL— " Linda " — O Wauwatosa East High 2,3; State Art Award 1; National Art Mention 1; City Spanish Award 2. VIVIAN ANN WARREN — " Viv " — Keyette Club 2,3, Treasurer 4; A.F.S. 3, Secretary 4; Basketball 1,2; Pep Club 1. PIRKKO GREENROSE WEAKLEY — " Pirkko " — D.E. (Not Pictured.) LLOYD EDWIN WEBB III — " Skip " — Mt. Vernon High School 1, Elizabethtown High School 2, Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Football 1, Track 1; A.F.S. 3,4; Cross Country 3; Spanish Club 2; Political Science Forum 4. KAREN SUSAN WEEDON — " Karen " — Y.F.C. 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 4; Pep Club 1; " The Fortune Teller " 3; (Not Pictured.) ELAINE MARGARET WEHLE — " Elaine " — Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Wind Ensemble 1; A.F.S. 2,3,4; Keyette Club 3, Corresponding Secretary 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Council 4. KURT FREDERICK WEHLE — " Kurt " — Science Club 2; A.F.S. 4; Band 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . DAVID MORRIS WEINBERGER — " David " — Concert and Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Woodwind Ensemble 2; A.F.S. 3,4; Junior National Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 3, Chaplain 4; National Math Honor Society 3,4; Key Club 4; Senior Council 4; " The Fortune Teller " 4. " With a little concentration I might get it cut, " declares Preston Knapp. Robert Alexander Summers Harvey Swift Ann Anderson Swing Lorraine Jill Tavenner Patricia Leigh Taylor Daniel Samuel Thomas Terry Jane Thomas John Delbert Thompson 228 John Hamilton Titus Dolly Mae Towsey Fred Arthur Tremper Bruce Tucker Patricia Louise Turner Nancy Pauline VanLear Linda Jean Voell Vivian Ann Warren Lloyd Edwin Webb III Kurt Frederick Wehle Elaine Margaret Wehle David Morris Weinberger " With a little concentration I might get it cut, " declares Preston Knapp. PATRICIA DAY WELCH — " Patty " — Pep Club 1; Senior Council 4; Student Council 3; Student Staff 4. WILLIAM CORBIN WELLS — " Bill " — Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2, 3,4; Civitans Club 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Safe Driving Award 4. DAVID ANTHONY WERTH — " Dave " — Football 1,2,3; Jaguar Journal Staff 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Class Council 4; Quill and Scroll Honor Society 3, President 4. DONNA HAUN WETRICH — " Donna " — Pep Club 2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Torch Banner 3,4; Basketball 3; Softball 3. JAMES WHITNEY — " James " —Basketball 2; Luther Jackson 2,3; (Not Pictured.) DOROTHY IRENE WILLIAMS — " Dottie " — V.O.T. 4. PATTI LYNN WILLIS — " Patti " — Tuckahoe High School 1; Cheer¬ leader 1,3,4; Hockey 1; Basketball 1; Pep Club 3,4; Homecoming Court 3. LARRY BART WINSTEAD — " Larry " — Football 2,3; Wrestling 1,2, 3,4; Cross Country 3; Civitan Club 2,3,4. CRAIG STEVENS WISSOKER — " Eggy " — Football 2,4; Civitan Club 3, Treasurer 4; Senior Council 4; National Honor Society 3. KAREN LOUISE WOGAN — " Karen " — Pennsylvania High School 1; Keyettes 3,4; Senior Council 4; Student Staff 4; Senior Scoop 4; A.F.S. Club 2,3; Softball 2. CHRISTOPHER LEE WRIGHT — " Chris " — Freshman Basketball 1; J.V. Football 2; Varsity Football 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2,3; Freshman Class President 1; Key Club 3,4, Treasurer 3. Patricia Day Welch David Anthony Werth William Corbin Wells Donna Haun Wetrich 230 Mary Ann Wheeler Dorothy Irene Williams Patti Lynn Willis Larry Bart Winstead Craig Stevens Wisooker Karen Louise Wogan William Holliday Wood, Jr. Christopher Lee Wright The cold war: Meddy Martin, Bobby Cline, John Stevenson, Lloyd MacMillan, Glen Geuder, Pete Oakley. n ism • tfBRMl : .l MM ■» Ml ■Hil MWViW m js ■ ■ XSSSSSSSXmmmmSSfSSS Zmmmmmwmmmmmmm %m PMHMB UM ji tel . MBMlMi gtPM ■; ' M MMR 12 SWi « MBR ?,• 5 I am MR MB M i mm cn am m mb mi it ■ mm t k-% mmm - NiflMiMaMMnt mmwmmmwKtt • IS4M ' jfllMMfiM _IMMMMMaMM MRB BMHl innMiHMiBMiBiiWRni iiHaira mmb sm rHt ' yjyyfl vi m.’W: ni • ■« up IK | Ml 4Jf rv« " i m ■ £ ; i r ;MI a M V F.C.H.S. Achievement Action, Progress . . . The only way out. Brazil ' 67: Ed Pauly, Fred Frevel, James Boren, Director Partners of the Alliance. 232 . . . School spirit, graduation, SCA advances, and an unforgettable Prom night; all this and much more. The many facets of Falls Church High, past, present and future, will always be remembered. Honor. . . . past present future 233 F.C.H.S.: night. Graduation. International Inn: Prom Site S I? £ :B 8®a ;|S pS| [WSS Vfc S ' .v | £ ' • n,- 35? fe-S •5P-‘ stt ' X- mM0 Mi WMm r«v5; agsH S ADVERTISEMENTS 237 ADAIRS HAIR STYLIST Elaine Wehle pauses for a moment in Tower Square to listen to WFAX, the pleasure radio station. 6670 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church, Virginia Phones: JE 2-9647 and JE 2-4773 Mon., Tues., Thurs., Sat., 9:00 to 6:00 Wed and Fri. 9:00 to 9:00 FALLS CHURCH CAMERA SHOP 161 Hillwood Ave. Falls Church, Virginia 532-2885 Think how dull the story of the " Three Little Pigs " would have been if they had gotten their materials at Fallfax Lumberteria, 7634 Arlington Boulevard. Phone 534-6600. 238 BOB SHELTON ' S TEXACO 10th Street North Washington Boulevard Arlington, Virginia 525-9646 Jill Tavenner and Alan Ambler lounge at Town Country Upholstery, 7165 Lee Highway, Falls Church, Virginia, 532- 2481. " You could lose your head over the clothes at the Style Shop, " exclaims Laurie Mastenbrook and Cheryl Saunders. 7238 Arlington Boulevard, Falls Church, Virginia, 534-6600. 239 FALLS CHURCH MOTEL 7155 Lee Highway Falls Church, Virginia 533-8600 Pam, there must be something w e can do with it! QUEEN B COIFFURES 3020 Annandale Road 534-4176 WALLACE MONROE 438 S. Washington Street Falls Church, Virginia Open Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-lO p.m. Sun. 9 a.m.-7 p.m. BROWN ' S HARDWARE 106 W. Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia 532-1168 Open Mon.-Sat. 9-6 Fri. 9-9 240 MEESE ' S FLOWER SHOP Sharon Hallama contemplates purchasing velvet for her new bedroom draperies at Honeycutt Fabrics, 5866 Leesburq Pike, Baileys Crossroads, HU 1-2882. 203 E. Fairfax Street Falls Church, Virginia JE 4-7117 Flowers for All Occasions Open Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Even Falls Church High School ' s Golden Girl, 10th Street, Arlington, Virginia, 525-8686. ' Dolly Towsey, goes to Towsey Auto Sales, 3001 North 241 " The Falls Church High Mustang racing team knows, for the best in cars and auto supplies Koons Ford, Inc. is tops in the metropolitan area. 1051 E. Broad Street. APOLLO RESTAURANT 7161 Lee Highway Falls Church 532-8400 " Six times a semester times ten cards . . . that will be 60 times I can cut this year, " muses Sally Bannister as she enters Econoprint, 626 S. Washington Street, 532-6680. 242 Leigh Taylor enters LaMONT STUDIOS to pick up her finished senior pictures. 5167 Lee Highway Arlington, Virginia KE 6-7172 George Deal, Official Photographer for the 1967 Jaguar 243 SALES - RENTALS LOANS • INSURANCE brand new apartments AIR CONDITIONED r ll5££ PER MO Sue Payne and " B " Moran know there ' s a home in your future at Fallfax Realty, Inc. 905 West Broad Street, Falls Church, Virginia, 534-0433. 244 Karen, don ' t you know dust doesn ' t touch furniture from William Stalcup Company, 442 S. Washington Street, Falls Church, Virginia, 532-8880? 3:20—time to support Jaguar advertisers. KITTY ' S BEAUTY SALON 125 Annandale Road Falls Church, Virginia 532-9507 Open Mon.-Wed.-Thur. 9 a.m.—6 p.m. Tues.-Fri. 9 a.m.—9 p.m. 245 Abrams, Patricia . . . 124, 144 Abrams, Ronald ... 144 Abams, Debra ... 156 Arams, Sandy . . . 156 Addison, Mary . . . 65, 1 56 Agee, David ... 156 Agnew, Ruth ... 144 Aker, James . . 54, 144 Ake, Walter . . 87, 168 Akers, James . . . 54, 127 Albertson, Nancy . . . 75, 155, 156 Albrecht, Edward . . 26, 192 Albritton John (J.E.) ...110, 192 Allen, Barbara ... 144 Allen, Beth , , , 26, 183, 192 Allen, James ... 156 Allen, Joseph ... 168 Allen, Randolph ... 156 Allison, James ... 168 Altman, Linda ... 1 92 Ambler, Alan ... 26, 183, 190, 192 Ambler, Mark ... 1 56 Amole, Janet . . . 124, 192 Ammons, Gary ... 144 Amon, Debra . . . 119, 144 Anderson, Barry ... 156 Anderson, Diana . . . 37, 192 Anderson, Linda ... 168 Anderson, Sandy ... 168 Anderson, Warren ... 156 Anderson, Stanley ... 144 Andrews, Christine ... 51, 93, 116, 192 Andrews, Mary Jane ... 1 19, 156 Anthony, Dorothy ... 1 56 Arden, Steve ... 192 Arnold, Janette . . . 37, 192 Arnold, Ross . . . 107, 144 Arnow, Ethan ... 144 Ashby, Herbert 156 Ashford, Andrea ... 144 Ashford, Karen ... 168 Ashford, Richard . . . 25, 45, 168 Ashley, Anthony ... 168 Ashley, Paula ... 144 Ashwell, Larry ... 144 Attiliis, Howard ... 168 Atwater, Susan ... 168 Back, Andrew ... 144 Bageant, Nancy ... 192 Bachman, Lewis ... 156 Bailey, Francis . . . 168 Bailey, Linda ... 193 Bailey, Mary ... 156 Baird, Gary ... 193 Baird, O. W. ... 193 Baker, Christopher . . . 168 Baker, Mary ... 156 Balcerzak, Walter ... 144 Ball, John ... 144 Ball, Kathy ... 24, 183, 193 Ball, Michael ... 156 Ball, Shirley ... 168 Ball, Sharon . . 37, 51, 124, 168 Ballou, Anne . . . 51, 96, 156 Ballou, Susan . . . 40, 94, 168 Bannister, Sally . . . 183, 194 Barlett, Richard ... 156 Barns, Jeffery ... 144 Barrack, David ... 168 Barrett, Barbara . . 168 Barrett, Betty JoAnn . . . 168 Barrett, Catherine ... 156 Barrett, Brian ... 144 Barrett, Linda ... 156 Barrus, Sharon . . . 62, 168 Bass, Nancy ... 144 Bastress, Joan ... 156 Bates, Richard ... 168 Batt, Jerry ... 168 Batts, Robert ... 107, 112, 144 Baumgardner, Brenda ... 168 Baumgardner, Mary ... 144 Beck, Francena.. . . 168 Beck, Thomas . . . 168 Beech, Jim . . . 190, 194 Beech, Len ... 168 Beeler, James ... 1 56 Behan, Patrick . . . 92, 1 12, 144 Behrend, Gary . . . 45, 168 Belknap, Marylin . . . 36, 124, 194 Bell, Thomas ...112, 144 Belyea, Chip . . . 34, 35, 194 Bennett, Arthur . . . 35, 194 Bennett, Carol . . . 54, 156 Bennett, Carolyn . . . 54, 194 Bennett, Charlene ... 144 Bennett, Virginia ... 168 Berda, Theresa . . . 183, 194 Berg, Peggy ... 144 Bertram, Larry ... 144 Betts, John ... 156 Bibb, John ... 194 Bickham, Glenn . . . 144 Bickham, Kevin . . . 168 Billings, Bill . . . 156 Binns, Judy ... 156 Bishof, Vicky ... 144 Bisson, Linda ... 169 Black, James ... 144 Black, Steve . . . 62, 195 Bledsoe, Gary . . . 45, 187, 196 Blair, Howard . . . 54, 195 Blair, Robin ... 1 1 2, 1 44 Blake, Patty ... 195 Blake, Robert . . . 25, 35, 45, 62, 195 Bobby, George ... 169 Bogan, Kevin ... 156 Boger, Bruce . . 110, 196 Boger, Dean . . . 108, 109, 144 Bogle, Debby ... 1 44 Boland, Barbara . . 127, 169 Bolotin, Eric . . . 112, 144 Bolton, Chester ... 1 69 Bono, Deborah ... 156 Booth, Ellen ... 156 Booze, William . . . 80, 169 Bortniker, Jeff . . . 44, 144 Botkin, Kristin ... 156 Botkin, Owen ... 169 Botos, Christopher . . . 34, 196 Bounds, Carolyn ... 156 Bourgeois, Donald ... 1 56 Bowen, Elissa . . . 26, 169 Bowen, George ... 144 Bowen, Susan ... 196 Bowers, Nannette ... 156 Bowie, George ... 156 Bowman, Barbara ... 156 Boyd, Sandra ... 196 Boyd, Scott ... 156 Boyer, David . . . 35, 196 Boyer, Diane ... 144 Boyer, Elizabeth . . . 40, 169 Boyette, Patricia . . . 127, 169 Bradley, Sue Ann ... 196 Bradley, Tommie ... 156 Bradshaw, Martha ... 169 Bradshaw, Phyllis ... 156 Brandt, Jack . . . 32, 87, 196 Braun, Lary . . 127, 171 Brennan, David ... 156 Brescia, Robert ... 1 12, 169 Brewster, Della ... 156 Breyer, Joann . . . 40, 51, 75, 94, 96, 169 Brightly, Jeffrey ... 156 Brightly, Linda ... 169 Brooks, Dennis ... 156 Brooks, Morris ... 1 69 Brown, Dixie ... 156 Brown, Kenneth ... 156 Brown, Linda ... 144 Brown, Richard ... 169 Brown, Tom ... 144 Bruntel, Kenneth . . . 32, 81, 196 Buckingham, Mary ... 169 Buckingham, Lytle . . . 35, 196 Buckley, Sandra ... 116, 157 Burdick, Margaret . . . 157 Burgess, Rhea ... 196 Burke. Ralph ... 157 Burkett, John ... 45 Burkett, Lynda ... 157 Burney, Carol ... 157 Burnham, Joel ... 1 69 Burrill, Delores ... 157 Burroway, Bette ... 196 Burton, Charles ... 144 Busard, Jennifer . . . 144 Busard, Nancy . . . 124, 197 Bush, Diane ... 1 57 Bush, Linda . . . 124, 183, 197 Byers, Bobby . . 144 Byrd, Paulette ... 1 57 Calhoun, Michael ... 169 Campbell, David . . . 45, 62, 166, 169 Campbell, William . . . 44, 46, 47, 197 Canfield, Janet ... 169 Canfield, Lee . . . 155, 157 Canfield, Norman . . . 87, 170 Cappio, Jane . . . 30, 40, 170 Carl, Linda ... 197 Carlson, Beth . . . 126, 157 Carlson, Karen ... 170 Carlson, Tina . . . 144 Carroll, Charlie . . . 144 Carrier, Dan . . . 45, 124, 170 Carter, Richard ... 170 Carter, Sheryl . . . 93, 157 Cary, David ... 198 Castellano, Pete ... 170 Cauble, Doris . . . 127, 157 Cazalas, Cathy ... 157 Chamlee, Roy ... 1 57 Chaplin, Susan . . . 144 Chapman, Jim . . . 46, 47, 170 Charles, Curt ... 144 Cheatham, William ... 144 Chewning, Gary . . . 35, 60, 170 Childress, Robert ... 170 Chipps, Beverly ... 157 I 9 J 4$ 246 Dave Werth I I DeTemple, Pat . . . 40, 171 Dietsch, Debbie ... 171 Dick, John ... 145 Dikes, Stephen ... 145 DiSilvio, Richard . . . 46, 47, 126, 158 DiSilvio, Steven . . . 145 Ditto, William . . . 158 Dodd, Kathleen ... 171 Dodgion, Cheryl ... 171 Dodgion, Michael . . . 145 Dodgion, Richard ... 145 Dodson, James ... 145 Dolan, Patrick . . . 32, 171 Donaldson, Vickie . . . 201 Donohue, Richard . . . 202 Douglas, James . . . 32, 202 Downey, Deborah . . . 124, 142, 145 Downing, Earl ... 1 71 Downing, Richard . . . 158 Drago, Frank ... 158 Drago, Laura ... 158 Drechsler, George ... 158 Dronenburg, Jeanette ... 171 Dronenburg, Juanita . . . 202 Dross, Lorraine ... 158 Ducker, Gfiil ... 1 71 Duckett, Andree ... 51, 96, 158 Duff, Brenda ... 158 Duke, Georgia ... 171 Dukes, III, Danny ... 171 Dunmire, Linda . . . 171 Dutcher, Gregory ... 1 58 Dwinell, Linda ... 158 Edison, Patricia . . . 124, 203 Edmunds, Sandra ... 145 Edwards, Janet ... 158 Egnot, Michele . . . 40, 51, 94, 171 Eldridge, Pat . . . 124, 171 Eldridge, John . . . 203 Elliott, Michael . . . 203 Ellis, Louise ... 1 71 Ellison, Larry . . . 145 Erler, Ronald ... 171 Evans, Bill . . . 203 Evans, Charles . . . 203 Evans, Glen ... 145 Evans, James . . . 203 Everhard, John Everhard, John . . . 35, 92, 1 12, 203 Evers, Robert ... 158 Eyles, Kathleen ... 172 Failes, Robert ... 172 Fairbanks, John . . . 203 Fairbanks, Judith ... 158 Fallin, Judy . . . 40, 124, 172 Farmer, Beverly ... 158 Farmer, Stephen ... 158 Farmer, Thomas . . . 204 Farrell, James . . . 87, 1 12, 204 Farrell, Margret . . . 145 Faucette, Camille . . . 145 Ferguson, Pat . . . 93, 172 Ferrone, Anita ... 172 Fewell, Christine ... 145 Fewell, Johnny ... 158 Fioramonti, Kathy . . . 36, 80, 183, 185, 204 Flaggs, Donald ... 172 Flather, James ... 145 Flester, Chris . . . 145 Carol Lawall Chittenden, Sharon ... 157 Christ, Anthony . . . 32, 112, 198 Christ, John ... 112, 170 Christie, Donna ... 144 Christie, Joan ... 170 Christenson, Robert ... 157 Ciffo, Barbara ... 144 Clark, Marcia . . . 40, 51, 76, 94, 170 Clarke, Pat ... 145 Clark, Paul ... 1 57 Clarke, Warren . . . 145 Cleland, Elizabeth ... 170 Clements, Sandy ... 170 Clements, Susie ... 145 Cline, Robert ... 32, 87, 112, 186, 198 Clyde, Bonnie ... 1 57 Cobert, Cathi ... 1 45 Cochran, Ann ... 170 Cockerill, Jim ... 170 Coffey, Mary ... 170 Cole, Roger ... 157 Cologne, Debbie . . . 145 Collett, Janean ... 145 Collins, Brenda . . . 145 Collins, Charles . . . 157 Collins, Norma ... 145 Collins, Ricky . . . 46, 47, 170 Compton, Terri ... 1 19, 145 Connelly, Sharon ... 145 Conway, Mary ... 145 Cook, Leroy . . . 87, 98 Cook, Shawn ... 145 Cook, Shawn . . .145 Cooney, Sandy . . . 40, 170 Cooper, Ann ... 145 Cooper, Carole ... 170 Cooper, Tim ... 157 Corey, Lynn ... 199 Cosbey, Daniel ... 199 Cosimano, Mike ... 170 Cothran, Jeanne . . . 75, 127, 183, 199 Cothran, Mike . . . 112, 145 Cousins, Charles ... 199 Cox, Nancy . . . 37, 76, 183, 200 Crabtree, Robin . . . 45, 170 Cragle, Elaine ... 170 Cragle, Peggy . . . 116, 117, 171 Crack, Richard . . . 32, 200 Crawford, Dennis . . . 34, 35, 87, 1 12, 190, 200 Creel, Linda ... 93, 1 1 8, 1 57 Creel, Michael ... 87, 1 10, 200 Crider, Laura ... 1 71 Crowder, John ... 157 Crown, Pat . .171 Crouch, Karen . . . 46, 47, 157 Crouch, Sharon ... 1 57 Crum, James Michael . . . 145 Crum, Russell . . . 200 Crumba.ugh, Lucinda Kay ... 1 57 Cumberland, John ... 145 Custer, Randy ... 145 Daiak, Cindi ... 145 Daiak, Jeff ... 1 45 Daiak, Judi ... 1 45 Daniels, Danny . . . 156, 157 Danilik, Karen ... 37, 124, 183, 200 Dart, Carolyn ... 44, 124, 183, 200 Dart, Robert . . .158 Davidson, Annette . . . 200 Davidson, Bruce . . . 44, 112, 145 Davidson, Jeannette . . . 200 Davidson, Jim . . . 171 Davis, Barbara . . 62, 171 Davis, Bobby ... 1 45 Davis, Charlen e ... 158 Davis, Charles ... 1 45 Davis, Cheryl ... 51, 75, 97, 145 Davis, Sharon . . . 93, 118, 145 Davis, Suzanne . . . 40, 76, 80, 183, 200 Davis, William ... 1 58 Davitt, Eddie ... 145 De Cerbo, Doug ... 171 DeFreitas, Paul . . . 200 DeFreitas, Wayne ... 145 Delaney, Christine . . . 145 Dellas, Susan Jean ... 1 58 Dellinger, Sue ... 1 19, 145 De Lorenzo, Ken ... 171 Demo, Joan . . . 200 Deneault, Pauline . . . 201 Dennis, Carrol ... 145 Dennis, Danny ... 145 Denny, Jonathan . . . 171 DePriest, Phyllis ... 126, 171 Derrickson, Richard . . . 201 Derrow, Jeffrey . . . 46, 47, 201 Flester, Steve . . . 44, 45, 172 Fletcher, Deborah ... 146 Fletcher, James . . . 204 Fling, Linda ... 158 Field, Steve ... 158 Fisher, Jim . . . 35, 1 72 Fisher, Larry ... 158 Fitchett, Marilyn ... 145 Fitts, William . . . 145 Forney, Marilyn ... 146 Forney, Stephen ... 172 Foster, Barbara ... 158 Foster, Glen ... 172 Fox, Donna . . . 205 Franklin, Dorothy . . . 205 Franklin, John ... 158 Franks, Susan ... 1 17, 158 Fravel, Fred . . . 35, 45, 172 Frazier, Beverly ... 146 Freborn, David . . . 146 Freeborn, Lynn ... 158 Freeborn, Mary ... 1 58 Freeborn, Patricia ... 146 Freeborn, Sandra ... 146 Freshwater, John ... 146 Freyer, Bryna . . . 45, 205 Friend, Robert ... 1 58 Friend, Sidney . . . 205 Friend, Thomas . . . 146 Fritz, Larry ... 158 Fuge, Judie ... 119, 142, 146 Fuge, Kent ... 158 Fulmer, Calvin ... 1 72 Fulmer, Janifer . . . 146 Furlow, Cynthia ... 172 Fuson, Daniel . . . 62, 92, 205 Fuson, Mary ... 159 Gale, Gordon ... 1 59 Gallahan, Louie . . . 32, 87 ,172 Galloway, Sandra . . . 65, 1 19, 146 Gambardella, Joseph ... 159 Gardner, Christopher ... 146 Gardner, Danny ... 159 Garfield, Larry ... 172 Garfield, Margaret ... 146 Garlem, Paul . . . 146 Garrett, Dan ... 172 Garrison, Gary ... 146 Garvin, Eileen ... 1 59 Garvin, Joan ... 51, 96, 159 Gaskins, Harold . . . 87, 205 Gaut, Charlene ... 172 Gearheart, Robert ... 146 Gehres, Ronald ... 146 Gerber, Karen ... 1 72 Geuder, Glen . . . 32, 205 Geuder, Jeanne ... 159 Gieseler, Phil ... 24, 27, 34, 35, 183, 205 Gifford, Ginny ... 51, 97, 146 Gill, Donald ... 1 59 Gleason, Philip ... 159 Gless, Kathleen . . . 146 Goble, Dari ... 51, 96, 159 Godlove, Darlene ... 172 Goelz, John ... 146 Goff, Gregory ... 146 Goff, Linda ... 172 Gongaware, Roger ... 146 Gooch, Carveth ... 172 Gooch, Erna ... 146 Gooding, Debbie ... 159 Gooding, Jeanette . . . 37, 172 Goodman, Elizabeth . . . 36, 124, 183, 206 Goodrick, Mark . . . 206 Goracke, Robert . . . 87, 206 Gowin, Belinda . . . 69, 172 Gowin, Dennis ... 1 59 Grabill, Maureen ... 1 72 Graham, Carol . . . 76, 124, 183, 206 Graham, Glenda . . . 69, 159 Gramling, Dora . . . 206 Gramling, Loretta ... 159 Grant, Sandra ... 146 Green, Natalie . . . 206 Greenberg, Paul ... 146 Greeneld, Debbie ... 172 Gregory, Kathleen ... 172 Gregson, Kathleen . . . 25, 206 Grenfell, James . . . 146 Grim, Linda . . . 146 Grim, Marcia . . . 206 Griffin, John ... 159 Griffith, Charles ... 146 Griffith, Linda ... 172 Griffin, Paula ... 159 Groger, Mary ... 1 19, 147 Groshon, Robert ... 172 Grosvenor, Geoff ... 172 Groves, Jeff ... 172 Guch, Susan ... 147 Gueder, Jeff ... 146 Guenther, Christopher . . . 35, 87, 206 Guerin, Ronnie ... 173 Guice, Patti . . . 147 Gunnels, Mary ... 159 Gurri, Martin . . . 206 Gurri, Mary ... 1 59 Haase, Valerie ... 173 Hadley, Mike ... 25, 45, 173 Hale, James . . . 147 Haley, John ... 32, 173 Haley, Pat . . . 159 Hall, Curtis ... 147 Hall, David ... 25, 45, 124, 173 Hall, Debbie ... 51, 75, 97, 147 Hall, Doris ... 1 59 Hall, Stevan ... 87, 109, 173 Hall, Tena ... 147 Hallama, John ... 159 Hallama, Sharon . . . 26, 124, 183, 206 Hamblin, Nancy . . . 93, 206 Hamison, David ... 147 Hamilton, Gloria . . . 206 Hamilton, Larry ... 147 Hamilton, Marie . . . 147 Nancy Albertson Hamilton, Thelma . . . 26, 40, 173 Hamilton, Tommy ... 159 Hamm, Patricia ... 173 Hammer, Richard ... 159 Hammer, Stephen ... 173 Hampton, Jeanne ... 147 Hampton, Judith . . . 24, 51, 207 Haney, Rita ... 1 73 Hanna, Doris . . . 119, 147 Hanna, Janet ... 1 73 Hare, Wendell . . . 62, 173 Harding, Linda ... 147 Harman, Denise ... 147 Harnage, Ken ... 173 Harper, Jerry ... 147 Harrington, Kenneth ... 159 Harrington, Linda . . . 147 Harris, Clarence . . . 207 Harris, John ... 173 Harris, Steve ... 1 47 Hart, Linda . . . 207 Hartsook, Daniel . . . 107, 147 Hartsook, Wallace . . . 32, 87, 1 10, 208 Harvey, Stephanie . . . 147 Haun, Gary ... 147 Hawkins, Pat . . . 44, 63, 65, 159 Hayes, Charles ... 159 Hayes, Elizabeth ... 173 Hayes, James . . . 32, 187, 208 Hayes, Margaret ... 147 Hayes, Susan . . . 40, 75, 183, 185, 208 Healey, Mary . . . 54, 208 Healy, Thomas ... 147 Heath, Doris ... 159 Hecker, James ... 147 Hedgpeth, Terry . . . 54, 208 Hedrick, Linda . . . 208 Hegwood, Lois ... 173 Helsley, Gloria ... 173 Henderson, Debra ... 147 Hennessey, David ... 147 Henshaw, Robert ... 147 Herbert, Mary ... 159 Herbert, William . . . 87, 173 Herling, Gary ... 1 59 Herling, William . . . 208 Herndon, David ... 147 Herrity, Bernard . . . 54, 208 Hershey, Susan ... 173 Hess, Larry ... 173 Heyde, Thomas ... 173 Heywood, Beverly ... 116, 159 Hickerson, Robert . . . 46, 47, 159 Hicks, Sharon . . . 51, 93, 160 Hill, Fred ... 174 Hill, Janice ... 1 60 Hilliard, Diana . . . 147 Hilton, James ... 147 Hiner, Richard ... 147 Hite, Dennis ... 147 Hite, Wendell ... 54 Hixson, Donald . . . 126, 174 Hobgood, Charles . . . 35, 160 Hogan, Debra ... 147 Holcomb, Jenna . . . 160 Holliday, Robert . . . 32, 108, 109, 160 Holloas, Janet . . . 209 Holmes, Connie ... 147 Holmes, Sandra . . . 209 Holtzman, Linda ... 160 Honaker, Daniel ... 147 Honey, George . . . 209 Honesty, Jean 147 Hooper, Gaye ... 1 60 Hooper, Lynn . . . 40, 60, 80, 174 Hoover, Patrick ... 147 Hoover, Ralph ... 174 Hopkins, Gail ... 160 Horn, John ... 160 Horne, Ronald ... 1 74 Horning, Deborah ... 174 Horton, Micheal ... 1 60 Horton, Randolph . . . 46, 47, 156, 160 Horton, Rosalind ... 51, 75, 96, 97, 147 Horvath, Alfred ... 147 Horvath, Enid . . . 44, 160 House, Monte ... 147 Howard, Chuck . . . 35, 87, 174 Howard, Norma Jane . . . 147 Howdershell, William . . . 209 Hruneni, Edw ard . . . 92, 1 12 Hudock, Charles ... 210 Hudock, David ... 160 Hudspeth, Susan . . . 124, 174 Huff, Pamela Elaine ... 37, 73, 185, 189, 210 Huff, Sharon ... 21 0 Hughes, Greg ... 160 Hunsberger, Courtland . . . 147 Hunsberger, Deborah ... 174 Hunsberger, Jerome ... 210 Hunsberger, Karen ... 51, 94, 182, 184, 185, 187, 21 1 Hunt, Darryl ... 147 Hunter, Geoffrey ... 160 Hunter, Herbert ... 160 Hunter, Herbert E. . . . 32, 73, 186 Hunter, Maureen ... 21 1 Hutchinson, Marsha ... 1 60 Huthwaite, Audrey . . . 51, 21 1 lacono, Patricia ... 147 Isibel, Ken ... 147 Isom, Bonnie ... 160 Jackson, Pam ... 160 Jackson, Pauline . . . 54, 21 1 Jacobs, Patricia ... 147 James, Robert ... 147 James, Ronald ... 1 74 Jamison, Daniel . . . 107, 147 Jarm, Robert . . . 112, 147 Jeglum, Gerald ... 160 Jeglum, Sharon . . . 221 Cheryl Saunders Jenkins, Ronnie ... 160 Jetter, Judy ... 1 60 Johns, Bill . . . 174 Johnson, Dean ... 160 Johnson, Janet ... 174 Johnson, Lawrence . . . 80, 87, 21 1 Johnson, Robert ... 160 Johnson, William ... 92 Johnston, John . . . 92, 21 1 Johnston, Kay ... 174 Johnston, Sandy . . . 160 Jolley, Robert ... 148 Jones, Barbara ... 160 Jones, Bill . . . 174 Jones, Earlie . . . 54, 160 Jones, Faye . . . 75, 160 Jones, James ... 211 Jones, Kristy ... 1 60 Jones, Larry ... 54 Jones, Linda ... 160 Jones, Margerie ... 148 Jones, Pat . . . 115, 161 Jones, Pete . . . 108, 161 Jones, Shirley . . . 11 8, 1 1 9, 1 48 Jones, Eusan . . . 118, 148 Jones, Tom ... 174 Joseph, Philip ... 148 Joyce, Leslie ... 44 Juncal, Wayne ... 212 Juilian, Gilbert ... 1 74 Julian, Mario . . . 148 Kackley, Barbara ... 148 Kackley, Robert ... 212 Kadel, Paul ... 46, 47, 212 Kander, Erika . . . 118, 148 Kasulaitis, Don ... 161 Kearns, Judy ... 148 Keay, Roger ... 161 Kerns, Linda Sue ... 212 Kerns, Judy ... 21 2 Keeler, Karee . . . 69, 212 Keeler, Pat ... 1 61 Keels, Lillian . . . 93, 118, 161 Keen, Carol . . . 212 Keisor, Kyna . . . 148 Kel ler, Nancy ... 1 74 Kelley, Pat . . . 27, 76, 182, 212 Kelly, Susan ... 1 74 Kennedy, Laura ... 161 Kerstetter, Elaine ... 148 Keys, Carolyn ... 161 Keys, Debbie ... 161 Killian, Ronald ... 174 Kimble, Barbara . . . 148 Kimmel, Marilyn . . . 161 Kimmel, Warren ... 1 74 Kincheloe, Nancy . . . 26, 51, 117, 212 King, Donald ... 1 61 King, Dottie ... 21 2 King, Elizabeth . . . 161 King, Jeffrey ... 161 King, Michael ... 21 2 Kingston, Pam . . . 148 Kinnan, Dennis . . . 92, 148 Kirby, Margaret ... 148 Kitchens, Guy ... 1 61 Klein, Albert ... 174 Kleinfeld, Cindy . . . 75, 161 Kleinfelder, Peggy ... 212 Klewicki, Toni ... 1 61 Knapp, Preston ... 32 Knepley, George ... 148 Knight, Eric ... 175 Knight, Margaret ... 175 Knight, Margaret J. . . . 40, 175 Knight, Valerie . . 24, 51, 124, 213 Kobayashi, Frances . . . 93, 118, 148 Kopach, Michael ... 148 Kopach, Robert ... 148 Korbe, Mike . . . 213 Krein, James ... 148 Krien, Bob . . .213 Kurylo, Wally . . . 175 Kyle, Lillian ... 161 Kyle, Madalyn . . . 161 Kyle, Patti ... 148 LaCoss, Alicia ... 21 3 LaCoss, Karen ... 161 Lacy, Ray . . . 32, 21 4 Lain, Randy . . . 32, 87, 214 Lake, Nancy . . . 156, 161 Lam, Harley ... 148 Lanagan, Susan ... 161 Landry, David ... 148 Landry, Joyce ... 148 Landsdown, Harold ... 161 Lane, Patricia ... 148 Langston, Randy ... 175 Lanier, Michael . . . 35, 175 Lanier, Richard ... 148 Landman, Dave . . .214 Larkin, Carol . . . 93, 215 Lash, Kathy ... 161 Lauffer, Barbara ... 175 Lawall, Carol . . . 37, 215 Lawson, Jodie . . . 44, 46, 47, 175 Lawtz, Judy ... 215 Leake, John ... 148 Leavitt, Angela ... 175 Lebbon, Anne ... 161 LeDane, Wilson . . . 46, 47, 148 Springtime 249 Lee, Glenda ... 161 Lee, Susan ... 148 Leeper, Marilyn ... 175 Leffas, Virginia ... 215 Lemon, Nancy . . . 37, 125, 183, 215 Lewis, Fred ... 175 Lilly, Anna ... 175 Lindley, Dave ... 215 Lindsey, Stuart ... 175 Lingar, Nancy ... 148 Linn, Debbie ... 161 Liptrap, Ada ... 148 Liptrap, Carolyn ... 175 Litten, Maudene ... 175 Litten, Virginia ... 215 Little, Kathy ... 161 Little, Steven ... 148 Lloyd, Helen ... 161 Lloyd, Jean ... 215 Lockett, Mary ... 148 Locklear, Diane ... 148 Loftis, John ... 161 Long, Linda ... 216 Long, James ... 148 Long, Wayne ... 175 Lore, Elizabeth ... 148 Low, Sindri ... 21 6 Lowenhaupt, Robert ... 148 Lowry, Wayne ... 175 Lu, Luke ... 148 Lucas, Jean ... 161 Lucas, Joan ... 161 Lucas, Larry . . . 44, 175 Ludwig, William . . . 148 Luehrs, Kenneth ... 175 Luehrs, Linda . . .149 Lundell, Debra ... 149 Lunsford, JoLynn ... 161 Lunsford, Marshall . . . 60, 149 Lynn, Erika . . . 127, 175 Lynn, Kurt ... 149 Lyons, Eva ... 175 MacEachran, Donald ... 149 Maclnnes, Linda ... 149 MacMillan, Lloyd . . . 80, 216 Madison, Wanda ... 161 Madsen, Diane . . . 44, 161 Maffett, John ... 149 Magill, John ... 1 61 Maher, Doug ... 175 Maiorana, Lynn ... 175 Maiorana, Michele . . . 149 Major, Carolyn ... 149 Manville, Ellen . . . 216 Marcellin, Michel . . . 175 Marcus, Melanie . . . 37, 175 Marks, Gary ... 1 76 Maroni. Stephen ... 149 Marshall, Michael ... 149 Marshall, David . . . 149 Martin, Joan ... 21 7 Martin, Marilyn . . . 60, 191, 217 Martin, Patricia ... 149 Martin, Paul ... 176 Martinez, Stephen . . . 107, 149 Martinson, Mike ... 161 Martinson, Pamela ... 217 Mastenbrook, Laurel . . . 24, 27, 36, 76, 77, 124, 183, 190, 217 Mathers, Katherine . . . 126, 217 Mathias, Sandra ... 217 Mathias, Sharon ... 217 Matthews, Linda ... 162 Mattson, Janice ... 162 May, Jay . . . 46, 47, 176 May, Parker . . . 46, 47, 176 Maye, Michael ... 149 McCann, John ... 149 McCann, Mary ... 176 McCarthy, Dennis ... 217 McCarthy, John ... 149 McClain, Roger . . . 87, 176 McClanahan, Susan ... 176 McConnell, John ... 176 McConnell, Thomas ... 149 McDaniel, David ... 176 McDaniel, Don ... 162 McGowan, Bill ... 162 McKinley, Margaret ... 162 McLaughlin, Michael ... 176 McLaughlin, Tommy ... 162 McMahon, Margaret . . . 40, 75, 176 McMahon, Thomas ... 1 62 Mead, Christine ... 176 Mead, Harry ... 1 76 Meade, Paula ... 176 Meader, Linda ... 176 Medd, Pam ... 176 Meadows, Victor ... 149 Mek, John ... 162 Melick, Patricia . . . 27, 36, 76, 186, 217 Melick, Peggy ... 119, 162 Mendoza, Chris ... 162 Merritt, Gary ... 149 Merritt, Karen ... 217 Merz, Barbara . . . 44, 176 Merz, Gisela . . . 44, 170 Merz, Werner . . . 44, 46, 47, 149 Meyer, Paula ... 162 Micale, Carl . . . 92, 217 Micale, Michael ... 149 Miles, Bobbie . . . 37, 76, 217 Miller, Becky ... 162 Miller, Douglas ... 149 Miller, Jane . . . 218 Miller, Robert ... 149 Miller, Susan . . .218 Miller, Suzanne ... 149 Miller, William ... 187, 218 Miller, William ... 176 Mills, James . . . 162 Mitchell, Brian ... 176 Mitchell, David ... 162 Mitchell, Dennis ... 176 Mitchell, Jack . . . 32, 189, 218 Mitchell, Michael ... 162 Mitchell, Michael . . . 32, 87, 218 Mitchell, Victor . . . 87, 218 Miller, June ... 162 Moltke-Hoff, Claus ... 176 Monahan, Patricia ... 176 Monday, Thomas . . . 107, 149 Mondichak, Joe . . . 44, 218 Mondichak, Virginia . . . 124, 176 Monick, Barbara ... 162 Montgomery, Mike ... 176 Monroe, Ashley ... 218 Moore, Claudia ... 176 Moore, James ... 150 Moore, Kathleen ... 150 Moore, Rebecca ... 218 Moore, William ... 150 Moore, Winona ... 162 Moorefield, Nancy ... 162 Moran, Barbara . . . 37, 73, 218 Moran, Marilyn . . . 44, 162 Morey, Debbie ... 162 Morrell, Linda . . . 24, 37, 219 Morris, Donald ... 219 Morris, Steve ... 176 Morris, Susan ... 119, 150 Morrison, Diane ... 162 Morrison, Gilbert ... 219 Morrison, Mike ... 162 Mountjoy, Bev . . . 37, 176 Mountjoy, Linda ... 51, 96, 162 Multog, Mindy ... 150 Murdock, Debbie . . . 40, 51, 94, 96, 176 Murdock, Sarah ... 1 50 Murphy, Bonnie ... 150 Murray, George ... 162 Musgrave, John . . . 32, 87, 176 Myles, Carol ... 176 Napoli, Bruce ... 150 Napoli, Wayne ... 177 Nelson, Gregg ... 177 Nestor, Bonnie ... 177 Newkirk, Ann ... 162 Newkirk, Patricia ... 150 Newman, Alan . . . 46, 47, 92, 162 Niccum, Karen ... 162 Nicham, James ... 162 Nichols, Mary . . . 220 Nicholson, Jeanne ... 150 Nies, Kathy . . . 93, 162 Nolan, Anne ... 150 Norris, Paul ... 150 Norton, Gary ... 150 Nystrom, Davan . . . 220 Nystom, LeAnn ... 51, 93, 117, 177 Nystrom, Loren ... 150 Oakley, Pete . . . 35, 220 O ' Connor, Edward ... 150 Oehser, Christina ... 177 Oehser, Donald ... 150 Ogden, Andy . . . 107, 162 O ' Hara, Paul . . . 126, 220 Ohlegher, Patrick . . . 46, 47, 60, 184, 221 Oliver, Danny ... 162 Oliver, David ... 1 50 Oliver, William . . . 32, 87, 221 Olson, Larry ... 150 Olson, Richard ... 1 77 O ' Malley, Marilyn . . . 221 O ' Malley, Maureen ... 150 Ordakowski, Diane . . . 156, 162 Orndorff, Barbara ... 162 Ortiz, Cristina . . . 74, 75, 221 Owensby, Vicki ... 162 Owens, Donald ... 150 Oz, Rhonda ... 163 Pace, Dale . . . 126, 221 Padgett, John ... 221 Painter, Sherry ... 150 Painter, Stephen ... 150 Paluzzi, Marlene . . . 45, 69, 177 Pallansch, Roberta ... 150 Papke, Donald . . . 187, 191, 221 Paquette, Cathy ... 163 Paradise, Cecelia ... 150 Paradise, Jo Marie . . . 24, 221 Parker, Alice ... 1 50 Parks, Barry ... 1 63 Parks, Curtis ... 150 Parks, Stephen . . . 32, 87, 108, 109, 221 Parr, James ... 184 Patterson, Georgia ... 221 Parsons, Janice ... 150 Patt, Douglas ... 150 Patt, Paul ... 150 Patterson, Jill ... 1 77 Patton, Gregg . . . 46, 47, 221 Kathy Ball Patton, Sandy . . . 40, 177 Pauly, Edward ... 35, 184, 185, 187, 191, 221 Paxton, Mark ... 1 63 Payne, Darnene ... 177 Payne, Harvey ... 150 Payne, Suzanne . . . 76, 222 Pedone, Janice . . . 222 Pence, Lonnie ... 177 Perry, Cynthia ... 150 Peters, Joyce ... 40, 76, 182, 222 Pfeiffer, Richard . . . 46, 47, 151 Phillips, Kathleen ... 151 Pinkett, Carolyn ... 51, 93, 177 Pittman, Andrew ... 1 63 Platt, Stephanie ... 163 Pleacher, John . . . 35, 163 Poe, Loreen ... 151 Poff, Linda ... 151 Pohlig, Stephen . . . 151 Pohlman, Brenda ... 163 Poling, Arthur . . . 222 Pollock, Michael . . . 223 Pometto, Ann ... 151 Poole, Craig . . . 163 Poole, Darren . . . 73, 119, 142, 151 Poole, Jill ... 40, 51, 73, 94, 96, 117, 177 Poore, Jerri ... 163 Portalea, Maria ... 151 Post, Patty ... 177 Powell, Gary ... 151 Powell, Patti . . . 163 Powell, Richard . . . 151 Praetz, Mary ... 1 77 Praetz, Sue . . . 93, 116, 117, 223 Pramov, Stephen ... 151 Preble, Margaret ... 151 Preston, Judy ... 1 77 Prichard, William . . . 151 Price, Debbie ... 1 77 Price, Stephen . . . 35, 223 Principato, Thomas ... 151 Province, Ted . . . 35, 177 Putnam, Betty ... 1 51 Rabbit, James ... 177 Radcliff, Bob . . . 177 Rafferty, Daniel ... 1 51 Ragland, Sara ... 1 77 Raines, Emily ... 163 Rakel, William ... 124, 223 Ramsey, Marsha ... 151 Randall, Bonnie ... 178 Randall, Gilbert ... 151 Randle, Carol ... 1 51 Ratchford, John ... 163 Redden, Terry . . . 93, 163 Redman, Barbara . . . 54, 223 Reed, Chris ... 178 Reed, Marcia ... 163 Reedy, Brenda ... 163 Reedy, Gary ... 151 Reedy, George . . . 35, 223 Reel, Martha ... 151 Reeves, Pat ... 178 Reid, Malcolm ... 163 Reinamer, Eric ... 151 Reingruber, Alan ... 151 Reynolds, Gerald ... 151 Reynolds, Virginia ... 151 Ricci, Chris ... 178 Rice, Randy ... 163 Rice, Sharon . . . 62, 223 Rich, Minty . . . 223 Riggleman, Brenda ... 157 Riggleman, Randy ... 1 63 Richard, Elizabeth . . . 93, 118, 163 Richeson, Tom . . . 35, 163 Richs, Don . . . 25, 156, 163 Ricks, Alice Marie . . . 224 Riffle, Shelia ... 51, 93, 116, 117, 125, 127, 190, 224 Riffle, Terri . . . 93, 1 1 8, 1 Robbins, Robert . . . 157 Robichaud, Terry . . 178 Roberts, Linda . . . 163 Robey, Brenda . . . 178 Robson, Richard ... 2 24 Rock, Suzanne . . . 157 Rodd, Bill . . . 1 57 Rod, James . . . 224 Roger, Henry . . . 178 Rooney, Emily . . . 157 Rooney, Linda . . . 157 Rose, Bill . . . 157 Rose, Bleys . . . 178 Rosenberg, Ken . . . 164 Rosser, Linda . . . 40, 51, 1 Rothgeb, Paula . . . 224 Round, Wendell . . . 157 Roussillon, Judith . . . 224 Rowe, Susan . . . 117, 178 Rucker, Janice . . . 178 Rudacille, Danny ... 1 57 Ruddle, Bruce . . . 157 Rue, Linda . . . 37, 224 Ruehl, Ronald . . . 178 Ruehl, Sherrill . . . 157 Rul, Robert . . . 178 Russell, Charles ... 224 Russell, Lee . . . 164 Russell, Richard . . . 178 Ryder, Cindy ... 164 Ryon, Michael ... 1 51 Samuel, Myrna . . . 54, 224 Sahrow, Carol . . . 224 Sompson, Roger ... 164 Samuelson, Judy . . . 37, 178 Sensing, Mary J. . . . 157 Santee, Barbara . . . 224 Santino, Adele . . 224 Santino, Elizabeth . . . 164 Sauveur, Daniel . . . 225 Sapp, Diana ... 164 Sapp, Michael . . . 87, 178 Saravia, Mario ... 157 Saunders, Cheryl . . . 26, 36, 1 82, 225 Saunders, Karen Gallimore . . 225 Scerbo, Theresa ... 151 Schafer, Judy ... 51, 225 Schafer, Francine ... 178 Schafer, Marjorie ... 164 Schaffstall, Karen ... 157 Schoellig, Jean . . . 118, 119, 157 Schoellig, Susan ... 179 Schmoyer, Cindy ... 164 Schoch, Jane ... 157 Schultz, Judy ... 57 Scott, Caroline ... 1 79 Scott, Stephen ... 157 Seay, Gloria ... 1 57 Seay, Nancy . . . 73, 96, 164 Seiler, Nancy ... 157 Selvage, Christine ... 157 Sexton, Bob ... 164 Seymour, Gary . . . 32, 179 Shaffer, Joseph ... 152 Sharp, Michael ... 179 Sharpe, Sidney Thomas . . . 226 Shay, Mike ... 164 Sheetz, Terry ... 1 79 Sheldon, John ... 152 Sheldon, Patricia ... 179 Shelly, Gary ... 179 Edye Stephenson, Dennis McCarthy Ed Pauly Patty Welch Sherfey, Donnie ... 179 Shewmaker, Alice . . . 26, 226 Shiflett, Ron ... 87 Shine, Barry ... 179 Shine, Richard . . . 107, 152 Shivelhood, Jean . . . 226 Shoun, Barbara . . . 226 Shoemaker, Jack ... 152 Shoemaker, Judy ... 164 Short, Jane Marie . . . 45, 164 Short, Julie ... 74 Short, Susan ...51, 97, 119, 152 Showalter, Alice ... 179 Showalter, Ernie ... 152 Shull, Teresa ... 152 Shull, Thomas ... 1 64 Shupe, Theresa . . . 226 Sickle, David ... 1 12, 152 Siemers, Cindy ... 152 Sikes, Ken ... 1 52 Sikes, Thomas . . . 54, 179 Simmons, Charles ... 152 Simounet, Kristine ... 179 Simpson, Benny ... 164 Simpson, Eddie ... 152 Simpson, Elaine ... 164 Siniard, Janet ... 152 Siniard, Marianne . . 179 Sipe, Steve ... 164 Skinner, Peggy . . . 40, 179 Slay, Shelia . . . 226 Slimak, Patricia ... 179 Smith, Betty L. ... 164 Smith, Bryan ... 164 Smith, Elaine ... 164 Smith, Gary R. . . . 179 Smith, James ... 1 52 Smith, John B. . . . 164 Smith, Judy ... 26, 27, 53, 226 Smith, Linda ... 164 Smith, Margaret . . 164 Smith, Michael ... 109, 227 Smith, Robert ... 164 Smith, Ross ... 32 Smith, Stephen . . . 227 Smith, Susan P. ... 179 Smith, Tom . . . 107, 152 Smoot, Very ... 152 Scharr, Anita ... 1 64 Snyder, Billy ... 1 52 Sobriski, Flo ... 164 Solomon, Beth ... 1 79 Sonnhalter, Mary ... 164 Sourbeer, John . . . 46, 47, 164 Sours, Wayne ... 164 Southard, Charles ... 152 Southerly, Mike ... 116, 152 Sowder, Robert . . . 32, 87, 227 Sowers, Lisa ... 152 Sparks, JoAnn ... 118, 152 Sparks, Susan . . . 37, 69, 93, 179 Spence, Mike ... 152 Spencer, Mike . . . 32, 164 Srnka, Michael . . . 227 Stack, Julie . . . 164 Stacks, Marjorie . . . 93, 116, 117, 227 Stacks, Mark ... 1 79 Stack, Pam ... 1 52 Stafford, Linda . . . 127, 164 Stallings, Mark ... 179 Strange, Charles ... 164 Stangohr, Anita . . . 44, 46, 47, 179 Stanton, John ... 1 52 Staples, George ... 179 Stapleton, Barbara ... 51, 125, 227 Starr, Sarah . . . 124, 227 Steen, James . . . 227 Stephenson, Edythe . 24, 51, 73, 76, 94, 190, 227 Stephenson, Sharon ... 164 Stevenson, John . . . 24, 32, 87, 227 Stewart, Susan D. . 37, 179 Stickley, David ... 152 Stickman, Mary ... 152 Stiff, Dana ... 93, 1 1 8, 1 52 Stiff, Sara . . . 40, 1 79 Stinnette, Debbie ... 1 52 Stitzel, Charles ... 179 Stoddard, Tommy ... 152 Stoddard, Peggy ... 1 52 Storie, Mary ... 152 Stribling, James ... 164 Strickland, Paul . . . 227 Stigers, Robert .164 Stitzel, Larry ... 164 Stryker, Walter . . . 32, 179 Stryker, William ... 164 Stuckey, Elaine . . . 37, 179 Suanson, Garry ... 1 52 Suit, Dennis ... 164 Sullivan, Gina ... 152 Sullivan, Gail ... 152 Sullivan, Tobin . . . 227 Summers, Robert . . . 46, 47, 228 Swink, Betty ... 152 Sutton, Wayne ... 164 Swift, Harvey . . . 228 Swing, Ann ... 37, 75, 182, 187, 191, 228 Swing, Jimmy ... 164 Talmadge, Marilyn . . . 54, 179 Talton, Annette ... 180 Tapp, John . . . 164 Tarangelo, William . . 26, 180 Taylor, Earl ... 1 64 Tavenner, Lorraine . . . 27, 183, 228 Taylor, Gayle . . . 69, 180 Taylor, Larry . . . 44, 164 Taylor, Patricia Leigh 44, 182, 183, 187, 228 Tharpe, Jim ... 1 52 Thibeault, Mary ... 164 Thomas, Daniel . . . 87, 182, 228 Thomas, Michael . . . 25, 45, 46-47, 126, 180 Thomas, Terry . . . 228 Thompson, Delbert . . . 228 Thompson, Lucille ... 164 Thompson, Ray ... 152 Thompson, Richard ... 1 80 Ticknor, William ... 164 Tiffany, Diane ... 152 Tilson, Barbara ... 164 Tipton, Debbie ... 165 Titus, John . . . 32, 110, 229 Titus, John W. Jr ... 152 Todd, Joanne . . . 25, 180 Todd, Sharon ... 152 Todd, Richard ... 152 Tomasino, Don ... 165 Tomasino, John ... 180 Toward, Marlene ... 180 Toward, Ronald . . . 180 Townes, Patricia ... 180 Tousey, Dolly . . . 64, 229 Trapp, Betty ... 153 Tremper, Fred . . . 34, 35, 229 Tribble, Mike . . . 46-47, 153 Trinkle, Debbie ... 165 Trudell, Gary . . . 34, 55 Truitt, Julien F. ... 1 80 Trumble, Sarah A. ... 180 Tucker, Bruce . . . 229 Turner, David ... 153 Turner, Ella ... 1 53 Turner, Pat ... 153 Twigg, Janis ... 1 53 Vaitsas, Arthur ... 153 Valentino, Dottie E. . . . 40, 75, 117, 180 Vandenberg, Mark ... 153 Van Lear, Elsie F. . . . 69, 180 Van Lear, Nancy . . . 229 Vernon, David R. . . . 180 Veazy, Scott . . . 35, 165 Voell, Linda ... 229 Von Runnen, Jim . . . 165 Vorhauer, Karen ... 165 Vorhauer, Sharon ... 165 Utterback, Vicki ... 118, 153 Walker, Jane A. . . . 180 Walker, Joe ... 165 Walker, Linda A. . . . 180 Walko, Carolyn M . . . 180 Wall, Jerry L. ... 180 Wall, Krista ... 165 Walters, Denise ... 153 Walters, Nan ... 153 Ward, Christy ... 93, 1 1 8, 1 53 Warren, Gary ... 165 Warren, Vivian . . . 36, 80, 229 Waymack, Paul ... 153 Weary, Angela G. . . . 180 Webb, James R. . . . 45, 180 Webb, Lloyd . . . 229 Webster, Bernadine M. ... 180 Weedon, Pamela M. . . . 180 Wehle, Elaine ... 36, 183, 229 Wehle, Kurt ... 229 Weill, Karen ... 1 18, 165 Weinberger, David . . . 35, 187, 229 Welch, Patty ... 80, 183, 189, 230 Wells, Billy ... 32, 80, 230 Wells, Fred ... 165 Weiner, Marc ... 1 53 Wentzel, Wilfred ... 1 53 Werner, Marilyn ... 153 Werner, Milton ... 1 53 Werner, Norman L. . . . 46, 47, 180 Werth, David ... 24, 183, 230 Wester, Kenneth W. . . . 87, 1 1 1, 1 81 Wetrich, Patti E ... 1 1 1, 181 Wetrick, Donna ... 51, 125, 230 Wheeler, Mary Anne . . . 230 White, Judy ... 153 White, Paul T. . . . 46-47, 126, 181 Whitlock, Jennie . . . 44, 165 Whitt, Candy . . . 165 Wier, Joan A. . . 1 81 Wiley, John ... 153 Wigren, Christina ... 153 Wigren, Nils . . . 45, 165 Wilkens, Linda ... 165 Williams, Dave . . . 35, 165 Williams, Dorothy . . . 230 Williams, Karen A. . . . 60, 171 Williams, Kathy ... 153 Williams, Mark ... 107, 153 Williams, Roger . . . 181 Williams, Ronnie . . . 165 Williams, Thomas ... 181 Willis, Patti ... 94, 230 Willis, Sandra L. ... 181 Winsboro, Betsy . . . 165 Winstead, Larry . . . 32, 80, 189, 230 Wisooker, Craig . . . 32, 87, 183 Wogan, Connie ... 153 Wogan, Karen ... 37, 125, 127, 183 Wolcott, Toni ... 165 Woltz, Karen ... 165 Wood, Bill . . . 46-47 Wood, Janet ... 153 Wood, Joyce A . . . 181 Woodmansee, Rory ... 153 Woodward, Joan E. . . . 181 Woodward, Roger ... 153 Worthy, Lera J. ... 1 81 Wright, Chris ... 35, 87 Wright, Mitchell ... 153 Wright, Sherry ... 153 Wright, Wes ... 54 Wurtzbacher, Debbie ... 165 Yermack, Gemma ... 153 Yonushonis, Sue . . . 44, 165 Young, Ben ... 165 Yun, Thomas ... 181 Zavinsky, Michael ... 181 Zavinsky, Paul . . . 107, 142, 153 Zuntz, Barbara A. . . . 44, 181 Christina Ortiz Edye Stephenson Autographs 4 4 P 6i_ XjLtA Am aJLo-« • 0 sJ ° V. va j) % . ”S J -Ijrfl cJLrt 4 0 f Ttlx. mMwml. 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