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

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7 - mm ents FACULTY .14 STUDENT LIFE.45 ORGANIZATIONS.65 SPORTS.117 STUDENTS.163 ADS .255 INDEX .274 Wmm % if 4 JkJ m J8r- ML . |--ni .nT . : i» ' iii ' i»wr«»ip » V ©» f l ■■, u« i » j. v r r %r if . ; ' mAu y T V™ »• 1 i i K3‘ » . 1 XfSafej [ ’ j S(p : y « ?? Vy- ' ■ i. .‘ 3R £ ' ‘ffifil J JHf c« ae " - JejOH F n( ■fi§ i wpE tEb r i i ii IbMfcL UMp vV M , ffi t 1 ' tk J •» «l - m. • SUCCESS SUCCESS . . . is starting the year with a winning float, or enjoying a Saturday night in Blue Hawaii with someone special. it’s as wonderful as knowing the Student Government Office belongs to you, and as challenging as knowing an important victory may slip beyond your grasp. stepping into snoes mat are very hard to fill and making the marching band the pride of Falls Church High School, surmounting each problem and being able to end each trying day with a hopeful smile, forcing yourself to read poetry even if it isn’t your thing, all these and more are, .. . SUCCESS 6 V ' ,-c.v - ' ' )C vo7 ' :? 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KING Principal 16 Administration Caring about the students of FC High Knowing their desires, knowing what’s best and hoping it will all work out Sometimes standing alone Facing problems day after day; groping for answers they may never find Helping each student feel a part of the school Bringing the county and the students as close together as they will ever be Our leaders . . . The Administration MR. BONNER ALLEE Assistant Principal of Instruction MR. MARION L. MARTIN Assistant Principal for Administration MR. GEORGE STEPP Administrative Aide 17 MR. JOSEPH CARLO 18 MRS. JANE SPRING MR. JOHN J. SHULTZ Guidance Wading through stacks of college applications Helping each student plan their future in which ever direction they choose to follow Making out schedules Getting up early to administer tests to sleepy but nervous Juniors and Seniors Making new people feel a part of the school Being the bridge between students, parents and teachers A place to go . . . Guidance MRS. EDITH A. LEMON 19 MRS. RUTH G. RYAN Head Librarian Special Assistants Helping out our Administration Answering continously ringing phones, typing, filing, and taking messages Making sure everyone is in school Running off schedules, finding each person a locker, working with the computer Caring about our health Involved with every facet of our complicated library system Being there when you’re needed . . . Special Assistants MRS. ANN BERGEN MRS. SANDRA LILLIARD Assistant Librarian Secretary to the Librarian 20 MRS. DONNA MARES, MRS. FLORENCE WILEY. MRS. RUBY POWERS. MRS. DORA NUNEZ. MRS. DOLORES BRANDT, MRS. B.J. AHRENS. MRS. CAROL RUSSELL School Nurse MRS. B.J. AHERN Secretary to the Principal 21 English A different choice every nine weeks Paperback books, writing assignments, termpapers and vocabulary tests Getting to know William Shakespeare Offering more than just English with World Civ, American Civ, and Humanities Poetry and prose Delving into the mysteries of witchcraft and rocking out to the Jazz Age Familiar yet foreign . . . English MR. R. LAWRENCE DOWELL English 11-12; Humanities MISS BETSY HARRIS English 11-12; Journalism MR. THOMAS BROGAN English 11-12 MRS. MARY SHEARON English 11-12; American Civ 22 . ! i , y, M, v jf, W wm iii l» ;Ay ow- •« . _ MRS. MARGARET FITZGERALD English 11-12; Humanities MRS. MARY WALKER English 9 MRS. ANNIE ROMANUS MR. GEORGE R. ALLEN English 9; Latin I II Drama 23 il I MR. DAVID SPEWAK English 9 MR. R. CRAIG GOHEEN English 10-11-12; Creative Writing i I MISS ANNIE LEE POWELL English 11-12 MRS. CARMEN H. DEARING English 10 mrs. judith McGinnis English 10 24 MISS JANE PESTER English 9 MRS. LOIS NYSTED English 11-12 MRS. MARION STURGEON English 9 MR. KENNETH LAWRENCE English 11-12 MR. SIDNEY S. BENNETT English 9 25 MR. WILLIAM HAYDEN Spanish MRS. ELVERA WELK German; Psychology MRS. JUDY BANKS Spanish 26 MISS FRANCINE A. FOX German Foreign Language Realizing English is not the only language Learning to understand and appreciate people of different cultures Translating endless lists of verbs Learning to know and love the A.L.M. Publishing Company Thinking of a rejoinder Memorizing dialogues, constant repetition and the language lab A challenging experience . . . Foreign Language Spanish MISS SHARON L. DAHLSTROM French 27 Social Studies Globes, maps and McGrueder Wondering if there’s another state in the country besides Virginia Keeping up with current events Black studies, government, Virginia History, world geography, and world history Studying the Black man’s origin Relizing that it takes a lot to be a good citizen of the United States World encompassing . . . Social Studies MR. JOHN MURPHY U.S. History; American Civ MRS. CAROLYN S. HARPER U.S. Government MR. EDWARD HAMILTON U.S. Government MR. CHARLES SELL World Geography 28 MISS S. ELIZABETH WILSON U.S. History MR. WILLIAM YOUNT U.S. Government MR. HENRY MacDANIEL World Geography MRS. VERALYN SMITH U.S. History; Black Studies MR. ALPHONSUS McCAFFERTY World Geography MRS. WILMA HAMILTON World History 29 MR. BERNARD H. GARHART Geometry; Trigonometry; Calculus MR. THOMAS REILLY Algebra I; P.E. COL. FIELDER P. GREER Algebra I; Geometry MRS. MARGARET FORD Algebra I II MR. RICHARD NEWSOME Algebra I; Geometry; Trig. Functions MR. ARTHUR LILLEVIG Analytic Geometry Functions 30 Mathematics Developing a logical mind Being a Senior in high school and still counting on your fingers The difference between Math 9 and Calculus Questioning the method but never the logic behind it all Using your knowledge more than once a day Graphs, triangles, equations, logarithims, word problems and imaginary numbers What else . . . Mathematics COL. LOWELL POWERS Algebra I II MISS ELLEN COMEAU Algebra I; Geometry MRS. MARY G. CARLSEN Geometry; Algebra II Trig. MR. MAJOR WELLS Algebra I; Geometry • MR. BRUCE CAMPBELL Algebra I II MRS. MARY V. HAYNIE Algebra I; Geometry 31 Science Tramping through the woods Determining uncertainties, hatching baby chicks, converting grams into moles Dissecting frogs Learning many new things, sometimes the hard way Exploring the mysteries of the earth Entering the unknown world of the cosmos through visits to the planetarium How could anyone forget . . . Science MR. JULIUS COHN Astronomy COL. JOSEPH R. GROVES Chemistry MR. JOHN R. FEATHER Earth Science; Physics MR. C.E. RING Biology Blology MRS. ARMETH CORBIN Chemistry; Physics MRS. BILLIE J. ABELL Biology I II M MR. WILLIAM THOMAS Biology MRS. BEVERLY SCOTT Biology 33 iViiTriwi MRS. DORTHEA LAIRD Gen. Business; Per. Typing; Typing I MRS. SUSAN ADLER Steno I; Typing I .... MISS ALPHA SPITZER Steno II; VOT MR. ROY B. HAWKINS, JR. DE II III 34 Business Preparing for the future The realization that there is more to a job than an eight hour day Trying to be the best Making a place for yourself out in the world Planning your career Typing, bookkeeping, shorthand, steno, VOT and ICT A way in . . . Business MRS. JUDY VALIANT Typing I; Bookkeeping MRS. ARLENE H. FALLAW Typing I; Shorthand I 35 Home Economics and Industrial Arts MRS. VIRGINIA SYMOLON Home Economics I V Cooking, sewing, fashion design, food service, Senior homemaking, and consumer problems Learning the basics Realizing that being a wise consumer is a responsiblity Knowing an automobile inside out Drafting, electronics, mechanical drawing, brick laying, wood craft and metal work Building all types of useful fixtures Acquiring new skills . . . Home Economics Industrial Arts MRS. DENISE PENDERGRASS Home Economics I,II III MRS. LINDA HEINER Food Service; Consumer Problems; Fashion Design MR. HARVEY F. COOPER MR. TIMOTHY KILBY Industrial Arts; Mechanical Drawing MR. ROBERT LITTLE Maintenance MR. J.S. LOCASIO Industrial Arts Mechanical Drawing MR. DWIGHT MOSSER Electronics 37 Music and Art Creating an image in your mind and then putting it down on paper Expressing your soul Paint brushes, pastels, water colors, crayons, glue, canvas, and oils Mastering the scales Carrying a tune, blending voices or instruments into a delicate harmony Putting your heart into . . . Music Art MRS. MARY CLOE Art I II MR. JAMES STEGNER Band; Humanities 38 MRS. EDITH HEINS MRS. JANET GOLDING Art I; Senior Art; Humanities Not pictured 39 Physical Education Hours of strenuous activity Soccer, basketball, track, tennis and football, even for girls Pulled ligaments and strained muscles Building your body up to the peak of physical fitness Behind the wheel and driver education Learning that sportsmanship is a lot more than just thirteen letters Having a good time . . . Physical Education MR. JAMES W. DICK Driver Education; Health; PE 40 BhmB MISS NANCY WEISGERBER Driver Education; Health 41 Special Services Moving tables, cleaning the school, doing a lot of the necessary jobs Putting in long hard hours Straightening up after Falls Church’s many social activities Preparing our food Serving us breakfast as well as lunch every day of the year An indispensible part of our school . . . Custodial Staff Cafeteria Staff The custodian’s friendly attitude helps make the day. Part of the Custodian Staff 42 The Cafeteria Staff The hard working cafeteria staff produces one of its many famous meals. 43 mm iSP ' ' SO mM wp $mmW £? ejy.-sz aV-SO? Jfl w S|SjJP ' H - ' ;L jlpBf: : m-miMr: s V; i ; «SS1«! fsqwj Life Those activities that break the routine of the academic grind Freshmen Representative, Darlene Hamilton, waves to the crowd. 1971 Homecoming court — seated Debbie Williams, Queen; Mary McGraw, Maid of Honor; standing L. to R. — Debbie Brandt, Senior Representative; Darlene Hamilton, Freshmen Representative; Gail Griffith, Junior Representative; Vicki Waggener, Senior Representative; Judy Dellas, Sophomore Representative. A towering Penguin float urges the Jags to Freeze Groveton. Debbie Williams, Homecoming Queen and her Maid of Honor, Mary McGraw. A victory over Groveton A winning float for the Seniors, as well as the band and Civinettes The presentation of the court Enjoying a very special Saturday night in the Polynesian atmosphere of Blue Hawaii Dancing to the music of Sudden Rush A memorable weekend with the company of someone you like All memories of . . . Homecoming 1972 Blue Hawaii Lends Enchantment 47 “Scratch my ears” demands Gary Johnson (Bottom) to the fairies. A Dream Come To Life A story of love Two lovers, Hermia and Lysander, love the same girl A mischievous fairy A fairy king who botches the job of helping the lovers The head of a jackass A large cast, a wonderful play and an out¬ standing performance An impressive production of . . . A Midsummers Night Dream Mari Holloway (Hyppolyta) and Myra Oney (Hermia) look on as Rick Shelton delivers the prologue. 48 Gary Johnson (Bottom) investigates the Wall (Kevin Hoover) during the lamentable comedy of Pvramus and Thisbee. Becky Melvin (Titania) and Jeff Stackhouse (Oberon) argue over the fate of a slave. A Week To Be Proud Of ' Hie gaily decorated lobby features each aspect of student life. The band displays their pride after winning a silver plaque at “Philly”. A week devoted to school spirit One Saturday spent at school putting up decorations to show that we’re proud A day for smiling A grub day where even Mr. King wore his sneakers to stomp Stuart A combined student effort A pride assembly given by the band and a surprise pep rally A good feeling . . . Pride Week ml 1 ■MB Students work hard to make pride week a success. Mr. Newsom’s bright orange sweat pants are a big hit on Stomp’em Day! 50 Marryin’ Sam, Jeff Stackhouse, surveys the newlyweds to be. Robin Shepley rocks out to the sound of the Other Half. First Row — Injun Joe, Chuck Moran; Tiny Yokum, Bob Maricle; Daisy Mae, Shelley Flynn; Pappy Yokum, Casey Wahop; Honest Abe, Dale Fosnight; Second Row — Passionata von Climax, Debi Smith; Wolf Gal, Karen Christie; Manny Yokum, Judy Rue; Moonbeam McSwine, Delores Morrison; Cave Gal, Kathy Klewicki. Not Pictured — Marryin’ Sam, Jeff Stackhouse; Lil’ Abner, John Schmidtke. Sadie Hawkins Attracts Dogpatchers Money grubbing characters A swarm of hillbillies racing through the cafeteria ' Girls asking guys for a date Dancing to a rock band in a barn like setting Entering a bubble gum blowing contest Getting married by Marryin’ Sam for the low price of a quarter One of a kind . . . Sadie Hawkins Queen of the 1972 Sweetheart Dance — Nancy Little. Couples dance to the sound of Rhythm Method. 52 “Rhythm Method” Provides Entertainment Hearts and flowers A sentimental dance to commemorate the special day of Saint Valentine Gay decorations creating a romantic mood Moving to the sounds of a band with the amusing name of the Rhythm Method Watching the court being presented A colorful affair breaking the monotony of those long winter months Sponsored by the Student Government . . . Last year ' s Sweetheart Queen, Vickie Saunders, crowns Nancy Little. The Sweetheart Dance W- 1 ' I . WfJj i m ■ ay I ■ ■ IMP - " " W : » ■mffto ; ■l - jM IJuk ' II W m i 3 J ■ m-M ' fi Jj ■ P ' ' KjjjL ' P M HfX w ME Pi f T k. i W Sweetheart Court: First Row — Mary Biddle, Freshmen Repre¬ sentative: Nanci Kirkland, Senior Representative; Debi Smith, Senior Representative; Pam Schaffer, Maid-of-Honor; Terry Crow, Sophomore Representative. Second Row — Dana Hooper, Freshmen Repre¬ sentative; Mari Douglas, Senior Representative; Simmy Murdock, Freshmen Representative; Katie Flynn, Junior Representative; Barbara Major, Junior Representative; Judy Rodman, Sophomore Repre¬ sentative; Janet Anthony, Sophomore Representative; Nancy Cowan, Junior Representative. 53 ‘Glass Menagerie” Recreates Past A memory play Tom Wingfield recreates the characters in his mind He reminisces about his past life Laura his crippled sister and Jim her gentleman caller And Amanda his mother who rules their lives A sad story that leaves you in sympathy with Laura and Tom A melancholy play . . . The Glass Menagerie Mike Reinemer (Tom) sets the scene for a memory play. Myra Oney (Laura) and Gail Trask (Amanda) discuss the church over supper. 54 Mike Reinemer (Tom)comforts Gail Trask (Amanda). Myra Oney (Laura) and Rick Shelton (Jim) reminisce about high school days. Gail Trask (Amanda) and Rick Shelton (Jim) discuss Laura’s problem. 55 I Falls Church Dedicates Week To Brotherhood Changing Black History Week to Brotherhood Week Listening to a speaker from the Alexandria National Urban League Watching films on Black History 7th period Having a “Soul Dinner” that included a menu of fried chicken, pigs feet and hush puppies Enjoying entertainment during the dinner A skit portraying Martin Luther King, a fash¬ ion show and a dance performance Sponsored by the Human Relations Council . . . Brotherhood Week Representative of the Alexandria National Urban League, Wendall Evans, discusses racial relations with students. 1 i Students enjoy themselves after a delicious soul dinner. Mr. Hamilton and Carol Pelham join in the Brotherhood Week activities. 56 Variety Show Proceeds Go Toward Scholarship Richard Jackson sings “Impossible Dream” with emphasis and Marie Flossos does a Grecian belly dance, feeling. A Grecian belly dancer Drama clowns performing animated skits between the acts Baton twirling A dancing troupe from Patti’s School of Dance proving to be outstanding Student singers The Deer-field Blues band closing the show with the traditional singing and dancing Providing an evening of entertainment . . . The Variety Show ancy Childers, Rick Bjorkland, and John Holloway prove to be a harmonious trio. 57 “Ten Little Indians” Capture Audience Nancy Stoertz (Vera Claythorn) is di sgusted with Mari Holloway ' s (Emily Brent) lecture. Ten Murderers are invited to a deserted island A bizarre poem reveals that each person will be murdered in turn But the unbelieving victims disregard the warning Then Anthony Marston, a spoiled rich boy, is poisoned by something in his drink As the drama unfolds the plot thickens The suspense runs high as each new horrible murder is uncovered A masterful portrayal of . Mike Mattheisen (Philip Lombard) finds Nancy Stoertz (Vera) very charming. Ten Little Indians 58 Mr. Owen’s guests gather in the living room. Craig Geoffrion (Sir Lawrence Wargrave) reveals himself as “Mr. Craig Geoffrion (Mr. Owen) begins to hang the last of the guests. Owen .” 59 Senior Representative Contestants 1972: First Row — Mari Douglas, Kathy Lorenzo, Donna Morrison, Debbie Brandt, Winnie Roy. Second Row — Sharon Foxwell, Sharon Holtzman, Delores Morrison, Jean Ludwig. Third Row — Kathy Klewicki, Claire DuBois, Ellen Armstrong, Georgann Sabock. Fourth Row — Diann Van Vladricken, Anne Wells, Christel Cull, Dorothea LeGrand. Fifth Row — Karen Christie, Patty Robinson, Patti Turner, Linda Blake. Miss FCHS Contestants: First Row — Vicki Anthony, Mary Biddle, Peggy Richard, Anita Young, Rosalie Davis. Second Row — Sherry Rose, Patti Richard, Joni Lyon, Karen Olivola, Nancy Stoertz, Debbie McKinney, Debbie Moss. Third Row — Lyn Griggs, Wanda Jackson, Carol Pelham, JoAnn Jordan, Sandi Campbell, Diane Beall. Fourth Row — Amanda McKeever, Roxanne Hardegree, Pam Thomas, Sue Ball, Gloria Randall, Diane Ward, Susie Townsend. Fifth Row — Denise Taylor, Linda Selquist, Cindee Stevens, Beth Kenestrick, Bonnie Black, Brenda Owens. Sixth Row — JoAnne Crim, Carol Stevens, Lee Ann Walters, Kaye Pignotti, Vivian Hogan, Lisa Carscadden, Karen Phelps. 60 Talent Added To Miss Falls Church Pageant Sugar and spice and everything nice The requirement of talent added to the contest for the underclass contestants Seniors answer questions in lieu of performing Gaining confidence with hours of practice and rehearsals and the guidance of Mrs. Adler The modeling of street clothes and evening gowns Anxiously awaiting the naming of Miss Falls Church and the Senior Representative An exciting event for the girls . . . Miss Falls Church High School 1971-72: Debbie Williams The Miss Falls Church Contest Miss FCHS Winners 1971-72: Roxanne Hardegree, Third Runner-up; Lyn Griggs, Fourth Runner- up; Pam Thomas, Second Runner-up; Sharon Perroots, First Runner-up. 61 Prom Court: First Row — Jo Hooper, Francie Ford, Debbie Williams, Brenda Albert. Second Row — Debbie Erwin, Queen; Judy Clements, Maid-of-Honor. Third Row — Jean Ludwig, Geri Dellas, Sue Dyer, Nancy Little, Shelley Flynn, Claire DuBois, Patti Turner, Micki Darcey. 62 Honorary Court Members: Nancy Little, Sweetheart Queen: Debbie Williams, Homecoming Queen. Traces And Memories Earnings of three years being spent on May 27 Hard working Juniors a little short on money, but big on ideas The “Damnation of Adam Blessing” providing music The fountains and courts of Tysons Corner furnishing a beautiful setting 1972 Prom Queen— Debbie Erwin; Maid-of-Honor— Judy Clements. A run-off election for queen The court and honorary members being presented to the audience The last formal dance for the Seniors . . . The 1972 Prom Pf: SaL IgBP ■ fe ' • v- ,,®t •9 -■ ' • . jWrt V. ajfc, ' mV , ' qt l »;-, «, - - ' • ,» -• .,,+ ■ " 6 t ' Um3BB rMi __ ipf® 1 asape ¥ V, ' f ‘ ;£ ? ' Vft • ?. - f ' x i-J }. y. I BBK., . Tr ? ' •• 4 V •• ' ' La ’ ’ SW n i 1 “• - ' ffBfpi - ' zations Getting together to pursue interests and activities Valerie Agnelli — Parliamentarian Legislature Proves Effective Serving as hall monitors Using the new Students’ Rights and Responsi¬ bilities to their fullest advantage. Sponsoring the Welcome Dance S.G. Legislators working with the constitution for the betterment of the school Helping out with Pride Week Making important decisions that affect the entire student body Involved in nearly everything . . . The Student Government Judy Bussler— Vice-President of Curricular Affairs. Nanci Kirkland — Vice-President of Extra Curricular Affairs Sue Geuder— Secretary-Treasurer Mr. Campbell — Advisor 67 Area II Council Pushes For Smoking Lounge Sponsoring the Canned Food Drive Using a new, more personal approach to aid students in solving their problems Planning assemblies The moving force behind the highly profitable Magazine Drive Counting ballots for every kind of election Promoting voting changes that received over¬ whelming school support Being there to help . . . The Student Government Chuck Moran and election committee members count ballots for the Sweet¬ heart Court. CABINET: First Row — Judy Clements, Meg Ryan, Linda Bussler, Debbie Alstadter, Winnie Roy, Nanci Kirkland, Mary McGraw. Second Row— John Curtain, Gary Johnson, Myra Oney, Mary Murphy, Chuck Moran, Mindy Hatton. I Interested students sign up to be on committees for the Sweetheart Dance. LEGISLATORS: First Row — Karen Christy, Judy Rue, Arlene McCarthy, Sandy Small, Bob Sharp. Second Row — Marcia Yanick, Ed Heyman, Vickie Tew, Joanne Crim, Pete Pometto. Third Row— Patricia Kistulentz. Fourth Row — Nancy Brandt, Diane Beall, Connie Wood, Sharon Lutz, Patty Frye. Not Pictured — Pam Brigotti, John Gilcrest, Diana McDonald, Brenda Wharton. Yearbook Realizes Great Profit From School Support Holding summer meetings with each editor Keeping up with all the activities that go on in the school Going over endless sheets of layouts Putting time, effort and skill into something as important as a yearbook Writing copy for each section Working until late in the night to meet the next day’s deadline Creating a lasting memory . . . The Yearbook Mindy Hatton, Assistant Editor; Rosemary Sullivan, Jaguar Editor-in-Chief. General Staff: First Row — Winnie Roy, Sue Geuder, Amanda Morrison. Second Row — Mary Murphy, Claire DuBois. NOT Pictured — Mike Harris. s ' I i 70 SECTION EDITORS: Elizabeth Steckbeck, Advisory Ed.; Barry Bugg, Sales and Distribution Ed.; Phil Bozarth, Pho¬ tography Ed.; Gordon Jones, Sports Ed.; Arlene McCarthy, Advertisement Ed.; Brenda Albert, Feature Ed.; Karen Burnett, Organizations and Student Life Ed.; Vicki Waggener, Organizations and Student Life Ed.; Karen Williams, Faculty Ed. Mary Holloway discusses play pictures with Rosemary Sullivan. Elizabeth Steckbeck types up copy for the yearbook. 71 First Row — Susan Gawarecki, Fine Arts Ed.; Mary-Jane Desrosiers, Activities Ed. Second Row — Phil Bozarth, Photographer; Jeff Freehof, Sports Editor; Sharon Utt, Copy Reader; Karen Murphy, Reporter; Janice Joki, Nancy Childer, Feature Ed.; Judy DePalma, Reporter. Third Row — Tom Kline, Photographer. advantage, national Fice reeze! yy a sJbsrjptbn •v. ■: - ! Newspaper Offers Chance For Expression Nora Monick, Business Manager; Diann Van Vladricken, Editor-in-Chief; Abigail Ryan, Managing Editor. 72 Striving to be impartial A place for all students to voice their opinion Reporting the events as they happen Keeping on top of everything from football to the latest school play Holding a contest to bolster circulation Trying in every way to gain the whole school’s support The voice of Falls Church High . . . The Jaguar Journal Robin Shepley would walk a mile for a Jaguar Journal. Nora Monick takes a break from folding newspapers. Diann Van Vladricken and Miss Harris, Advisor, review material for their next deadline. ... ' ' ' General Staff: First Row — Dirk Mattheisen, Cheryl Geisler, Bob Dennison, Bozo Kline, Jeanne Alsager, Jeff Stackhouse. Second Row — Rick Bjorklund, Sue Dodd, Nancy Stoertz, Carol Thomas, Skip Shackelford, Ron Webb, Jill Martin, Tom Kline. Literary Magazine Searches for Material Joanne Holmaas reviews material for the Literary Magazine. A small room to work in Winning first place in the Virginia High School league Searching for harmonious art work Working to produce a magazine that everyone will be proud of Interested people giving of themselves Meetings to review and criticize material that has been submitted for consideration Still searching for a name . . . The Literary Magazine 74 Literary Staff members Mitch Greess, Rick Bjorklund, and Cheryl Geisler urge the student body to turn in needed material. Editors: Ellen Mowson, Prose Ed.; Mr. Goheen, Advisor; Mitch Greess, Business Ed.; Jo Holmaas, Editor-in-Chief, Paul Hennesy, Art Editor, Mike Mattheisen, Assistant Editor. Not Pictured — Pam McKinley, Poetry Editor. 75 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: First Row— David Zimmerman, Ted Lanpher, Cheryl Geisler, Edward Heyman, Deborah Brandt, Chaplin; Dave Hartell, Vice President; Collins Shackelford, President; Sandra Small, Secretary-Treasurer; Mitchell Greess, Danny Sell. Second Row — Eileen Stone, Elizabeth Steckbeck, Pam VanderHyden, Dirk Mattheisen, Thomas Kline, Paul Hennesy, Ronald Schneider, Douglas Moore, Robin Shepley, Allen Groves, Herbert Winslow. Third Row — Adele Keay, Audrey Preston, Sharon Utt, Kathy Pazanowski, Joann Crim, April Guice, Wanda Szczepanski, Patrick Dows, Mark Waymack, Farrell Wise, Dyanne Aker, Beverly Rubin, Deborah Joseph. Fourth Row — Ellen Williams, Richard Moore, Jeff Freehof, Jeff Place, Anita Hill, Virginia Knott, Marie Dennis, Kathy Koch, Kevin Hoover, Brian Hart, Karen Olivola, Pamela Schafer, Michele Darcey, Kathleen Weissenborn. Fifth Row — Peter Pometto, George McQuain, Carl Price, Jarrell Todd, Thomas Walker, Richard Hughes, Ronald Taylor, Robert Greenberg, Ed McCann, Richard Jacobson, Patricia Robinson, Shelley Harris, Linda Crawford, Lisa Carscadden, Lynn Burton. Sixth Row — Nanci Kirkland, Debra Davis, Diann Van Vladricken, Robert Davis, Toby Karicher, Michael Wolff, Leonard Pumphrey, Winnie Roy, Brenda Albert, Delores Morrison, Donna Morrison, Amanda Morrison, Karen Williams, Judith Bussler. Seventh Row — Vicki Tew, Ken Gay, Carrine Binda, Jean Ludwig, Patti Turner, Sharon Daniels, Mary Lu, Maury Saunder, Forrest Kobayshi, Brian Dolan, Kenneth Utterback, Mary Bray, Harry Dickerson, Peter Miller. Eighth Row — Sue Bucklew, Susan Geuder, Marcia Yanick, Jean Epling, Mariza Araqjo, Margaret Ryan, Teresa Healey, Linda Steckbeck, Susan Stearns, Ken Heater, Mike Giancaspro, Edward Rose, Michael Hamner. Ninth Row — Christine Mills, Joan Jankowski, Linda Stover, Janet Cruse, Lori Mattson, Gale Glahn, Linda Bussler, Elfrieda Revis, Susan Welch, Rhonda York. Tenth Row — Andy Richardson, John Curtin, Valerie Agnelli, Anthony Pometto, Mary McGraw, Michael Mattheisen, Jeanne Alsager. Honor Societies Become More Active Writing a new constitution Promoting service, citizenship, leadership potential and character Going to the Kennedy Center Creating enthusiasm for all areas of scholastic achievement Maintaining the honor roll display Having a lawyer for “Nader’s Raiders’’ speak at the fall induction Interested in academics . . . The National and Junior Honor Society Students work for the NHS during Pride Week. 76 National Honor Society members vote on scholarships. NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY: First Row — Patricia Levitt, Cathy Moreau, Mary Ann Kerins, Secretary: Anne Ruggere, Vice- President; Betsy MacGowan, President; Jerry Howard, Treasurer; Barbara Horton. Second Row — Licia Ahearn, Monica Mattson, Nancy Childers, Susanne Johnson, Abigail Ryan, Anne Donovan, Mary Granell, Judy Rodman, Lyn Griggs. Third Row — Donna Tyree, Patrice Kistulentz, Nora Monick, Carol Stevens. Fourth Row — Sue Gawarecki, Karen Nordstrom, Sandy Steele, Johann Evans, Loren Walck, Marty Williams, Eddy Segaar, Jimmy Manger, Susie Smith. Fifth Row — Gary Plaag, Armand Masse, Martin Levin, Larry Zuntz, Curtis Small, Nancy Reich, Doris Wells, Janice Joki, Barbara Slominski, Martha Stanley, Eleanor Freyer, Jan Tomes. Sixth Row — Judy Walker, Ellen Dellert, Sue Frye, Cathy Ihara, Michele Groshon, Catherine Henry, Sherry Trussed, Linda Sagar, Diane Drago, Diane Weber, Sara Scharfe, Susan Looney. Seventh Row — David Gibeault, Bill Nubbe, Ronnie Clarke, Judy Hull, Diane Hartell, Sue Haase, Nancy Brandt, Kim Brooks, Sue Eisenhower, Nancy Abies, Valerie Lutz. k i i L 7 ysr ' -- ▼ ■ — A W " i p-V § u ,J w | Wy Jag SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY: First Row — Mitchell Greess, Secretary- Treasurer; Mary Lu, President; Cheryl Geisler, Vice-President; Eddie Heyman, Chaplain; Diane Aker, Historian. Sec¬ ond Row — Sue Geuder, Judy Rodman, Ann Ruggere, Connie Hill. Third Row — Lyn Griggs, Pat Fink, Gerry Miller. Fourth Row — Nancy Childers, Barbara Horton, Diane Drago, Kathy Rich. Fifth Row — Joan Jankowski, Linda Selquist, Mary Granell, Janice Joki, Gerald How¬ ard. Sixth Row — Sherry Trussed, Susan Gawarecki, Ellen Williams, Kathy Pazanowski, Sara Scharfe. Sev¬ enth Row — Dave Zimmerman, Ronnie Taylor, Marty Williams, Jeffrey Freehof, Gary Johnson, Pat Dowd. Eighth Row — Ted Rose, Rick Moore, Mike Wolff, Richard Hughes. Carol Thomas and Skip Shackleford prepare for a Thespian retreat. 78 THESPIANS: First Row — Mike Davitt, Gail Trask. Second Row — Cathi Grimes. Third Row — Craig Geoffrion, Danny Ohlegar, Mary Holloway, Mike Reinemer, Skip Shackelford, John Holloway. Fourth Row — Carol Thomas, Treasurer; Gary Johnson, His¬ torian; Myra Oney, President; Ed Heyman, Secretary; Nancy Stoertz, Vice-President. Not Pictured— Arlene IHara, Frank Atchison. FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY: First Row — Mrs. Sulpice, Sponsor; Diann Van Vladricken, President; Karen Olivola, Secretary-Treasurer. Second Row — David Tew, Eleanor Freyer, Susan Smith, Mary Ann Kerins, Patrice Kistulentz, Mariza Araujo, Vicki Tew, Sandy Steele. Third Row — Curtis Small, Anne Donovan, Karen Nordstrom, Abigail Ryan, Diane Weber, Monica Mattson, Carrine Binda, Lori Mattson, Debbie Brandt. Fourth Row — Susan Looney, Judy Hull, Helen Tomes, Gail Trask, Carol Stevens, Ellie Dickerson, Meg Ryan, Marcia Yanick, Mark Waymack, Betsy MacGowan. Mrs. Sulpice grins as she supervises a French Honor Society meeting. Outstanding Students Pursue Interests Honoring those who excel in Spanish and promoting interest in foreign languages Round table discussions Going to New York in the spring to a Thespian conference Holding bake sales to raise funds Visiting a French restaurant twice a year to sample native cuisine The Spanish Honor Society The Thespian Honor Society The French Honor Society 79 DEBATE TEAM: First Row — Robert Buel, Kris Woyna, Kevin Hoover, Martin Levin. Second Row — Larry Zuntz, Brian Hart, Susan Gawarecki, Mary-Jane Desrosiers, Betsy MacGowan, Gary Eiserman. Kevin Hoover stresses an important point in 1 debate. MATH TEAM: First Row — Judy Bussler, David Hartell, Elizabeth Steckbeck, Allen Groves. Second Row— Danny Sell, Mike Hamner, Mr. Garhart, Sponsor; Doug Moore, Mitchell Greess, Captain. NATIONAL MERIT SEMI-FINALISTS: Ben Hawkins and David Hartell. Not Pictured — Perry Williams. Students Excel In Mental Competition Developing mathematical interest through some what friendly competition Promoting academic debates Getting prepared to appear on television against two other local teams An award for scholastic superiority . . . The Math Team The Debate Team It’s Academic National Merit Semi-Finalists i ■§ • 9 ■ m §L a B| IT’S ACADEMIC: First Row — Ben Hawkins, Sandy Small, Cheryl Geisler, Judy Bussler. Second Row — David Hartell, Mitchell Greess. Not Pictured — Brenda Albert, Eileen Stone. 81 CIVINETTES: First Row — Joan Allen, Sue Genduso, Sue Hughes, Kathy Bell, Peggy Roadcap, Sheila Murdock. Second Row — Janice Brocato, Janet Freeman, Lynn Gardner, Jean Ludwig, Marsha Yanick. Third Row — Marcie Haskall, Judy Przywara, Nanci Cowan, Cindee Stevens, Jean Epling. Fourth Row— Sharon Perroots, Mariza Araujo, Debbie Alstadter, Katie Flynn, Sgt.-at-Arms. Fifth Row — Gail Duncan, Treasurer; Gerry Dellas, Historian; Jo Hooper, Historian; Barbara Major, Vice-President. Sixth Row — Patti Turner, President. Not Pictured— Lucy Boland, Wanda Jackson. 82 Katie Flynn puts finishing touches on the prize winning float. Jean Ludwig and Patti Turner turn in cans for the Canned Food Drive. Civinettes Win Float Competition Hush day Experimenting with a new kind of float and having it win first place Raising funds for the March of Dimes Helping tired teachers clean their room for Back to School night Sponsoring Cupid day Overcoming the problems that plague every organization and making it a better club Their first full year of being International The Civinette Club Kathy Bell, Peggy Roadcap and Judy Przywara cook up a spaghetti dinner for the football team. 83 Civitans Help Sister Club Construct Float The Civitans hold a meeting in the Senior Lounge. Sid Lee and Debbie Alstadter work together to make their float a winner. Collecting for the booster club membership Dressing in unusual fashion and carrying a brick for an initiation gag Working on Project Pine Ridge Becoming in recent years more or less an ath¬ letic rather than a service club Helping with the Civenette float Sponsoring colorful and usually eventful parties to induct their new members Less than interested in service . . . The Civitan Club Lee Usilton models the latest in Civitan initiation outfits. 84 CIVITANS: First Row — Forrest Kobayashi, Treasurer; Donnie Hall, Vice-President; Sid Lee, President; Ronnie Crum, Chaplain; Glen Sansing, Sgt.-at-Arms; Jim Oliver, Secretary. Second Row — Joey Knestrick, Brian Dolan, Mike Shahady, Maury Saunders, Lyle Hayhurst, Jim Coddington, David Cogan, Alan Funkhouser, Wayne Gallahan. Third Row — Lee Usilton, Jackie Utz, Gil Lunsford, Bob Murphy, Kenny Utterback, Mark Hanna, Ronnie Buckley, Robbie Day. Fourth Row — Jim Moss, Billy Welch, Norm Balderson, Alan Short, John McMillan, Steve Oliver, George Hall, Carroll Craig. Fifth Row — Bob Magill, Jimmy Galleher, Claude Cragle, Bob Russell, Rhett Wade, Eddie Stone, Jim Fitts, Vince Juliano. Not Pictured — Donnie Smith, Steve Friend, Brent Wade, Johnny Lee. 85 Mifij KEYETTES: First Row — Karen Williams, Chaplain; Rosemary Sullivan, Treasurer; Claire DuBois, Vice-President; Amanda Morrison, President; Delores Morrison, Recording Secretary; Nancy Little, Corre¬ sponding Secretary; Mindy Hatton, Sgt.-at-Arms. Second Row — Debbie Beall, Nanci Kirkland, Cathi Grimes, Sandy Small, Janet Platt, Vicki Waggener. Third Row— Kathy Lorenzo, Karen Olivola, Debbie Brandt, Donna Morrison, Mary McGraw, Judy Rue. Fourth Row — Micki Darcey, Mary Murphy, Diann Van Vladricken, Anita Young, Sue Ball, Brenda Albert. Fifth Row— Gail Griffith, Lynn Burton, Judy Clements, Linda Bussler, Sue Geuder, Debbie Williams, Meg Ryan. Sixth Row — Janie McDaniel, Kathy Krein, Linda Steckbecx, Pam Schafer, Debi Smith, Winnie Roy. Seventh Row — Wendy Weaver, Judy Bussler, Sue Stearns, Mary Lu, Stephanie Painter, Shelley Flynn. 86 Keyettes Raise Funds For Project Concern Having a good time serving others Providing a Thanksgiving day meal for a needy family Collecting for the March of Dimes Decorating the auditorium and selling voodoo dolls for Pride Week Christmas caroling at a jail Patterning for Robin, a brain injured child, several times a week Helping in every possible way . . . The Keyette Club Mrs. Harper takes a break during a teachers work day to sample Mary Murphy’s cookies. President Amanda Morrison calls the meeting to order. Wendy Weaver keeps a lookout for Sue Geuder’s secret pal. 87 I President Herb Winslow prepares to discuss the new projects for the month. Farrell Wise and Bob Liebau come in the Student Government office to pick up their Key Club memo. Ken Heater washes windows for a Key Club project Key Club Sponsors Orphan Attending the International Convention Washing car windows and leaving these words, “We took the time to wash your windows so drive safely” Cleaning the football field Passing out flyers for the Virginia Sentinel over the summer to earn money Providing a coat check for a basketball game Handing out candy canes to the student body before the Christmas vacation Becoming more of a service organization . . . The Key Club 88 KEY CLUB: First Row — Herb Winslow, President; Don Ciolfi, Riad Yassine, Recording Secretary; Don Lucas, Mike Harris. Second Row — Mary Holloway, Mascot; Phil McIntyre, Corresponding Secretary; Duane Caperton, Craig Davis, Ken Heater, Sgt.-at-Arms. Third Row — Curt Small, Alan Groves, Vice-President; Mike Giancaspro, Rick Bjorklund, John Brockman, Bruce Jones, Andy Richardson, Dave Hartell. Fourth Row — Ben Hawkins, Gale Glahn, Treasurer; Alan Hunsberger, Farrel Wise, Vic Hunter, Rick Moore, Ronnie Taylor, Ken Gay. Fifth Row — Mike Hamner, Ted Rose, Bob Liebau. 89 TABS: First Row — Kathy Hutchinson, Secretary; Casey Weissenborn, Historian; Debi Shaffer, President; Janet Cruse, Vice President; Peggy Thibeault. Second Row— Ellen Williams, Kathy Pazanowski, Wanda Szczepanski, April Guice, Linda Wooldridge, Diane Weber, Linda Selquist. Third Row — Cheryl Burroway, Sherry Derrow, Kim Greenquist, Nancy Thibeault, Teresa Tiller, Sharon Kennick, Mindy Gilroy, Carol Kennick. Fourth Row — Linda Stover, Bonnie Baxter, Sharon Lucas, Judy Kremer, Joanna Szczepanski, Loretta Dejarnette, Peggy Kent, Debbie Lucas. Not Pictured — Jan Myles, Treasurer; Cindy Gentry, Karen Bales, Lynn Hopkins. 90 Tourch and Banner Club Expands Selecting a teacher of the month Making favors for Fairfax Hospital at Thanksgiving and Christmas time Decorating for Pride Week Constructing a float for Homecoming in the shape of a cow, proclaiming “Udder Destruc¬ tion” Working with Fairfax House Providing service to the school and the com¬ munity whenever possible Trying to help . . . The Torch and Banner Club Wanda Szczepanski and April Guice attend a TAB meeting. Torch and Banner Club members take time out to exchange the latest gossip. 91 The Tri-Hi-Y Club hold their weekly meeting. Tri-Hi-Y-Begins First Year at Falls Church Entering a hall for Pride Week Participating in a state wide leadership training conference Contributing to the Canned Food Drive Having mint sales at Thanksgiving with proceeds going to the Y.M.C.A. Making baskets for welfare Involving people in service while increasing an awareness of oneself and the world A new service club . . . The Tri-Hi-Y Club Lona Cramer and Ginny Bales bring in their baked goods for a Christmas welfare basket. 92 TRI-HI-Y: First Row — Maureen Smith, Secretary; Susan Gawarecki, Treasurer; Lona Cramer, Historian; Carol Rock, Ginny Bales. Second Row — Rosalie Davis, President; Anne Curtin, Vice President; Cathy Chapline, Debbie Garrison, Lisa Tavelli. 93 Clubs Give Students A Chance To Get Together Hosting a foreign exchange student, and sending a student from Falls Church to another country Caroling at Christmas Planning an assembly for the entire school to explain the purpose of AFS Producing Scream in the Dark Giving kids an opportunity to rap with others who have the same problems Working toward understanding . . . American Field Service Campus Life Foreign Exchange Student, Haim Ovadis. CAMPUS LIFE: First Row— Kathy Lorenzo, Debbie Brandt. Second Row — Bill Blum, Tom Oney. Third Row — Anne Wells. Diann Van Vladricken, John Holloway, Rick Shelton, Kathy Bayruns. Fourth Row — Sue Dodd, Carol Thomas, Myra Oney, Jill Martin, Danny Jones, Keith Kennedy, Jane O’Hara. Fifth Row — Rick Bjorklund, Debbie Davis, Ellen Williams, Mary Holloway, Cheryl Geisler, Rick Cooper, Mary Beth Pallansch, Leslie Gallahan. Sixth Row — Jeff Stackhouse, Dwight Wallace. Seventh Row — Carol Jordon, Jeanne Alsager, Pam VanderHyden, Mike Mattheisen, Ann- Marie Ruguerri, Valerie Lutz. Eighth Row — Eileen Stone, Dave Hartell, Debbie Stevens. Ninth Row — Dirk Mattheisen, Doug Moore, Mike Szymanski, Craig Geoffrion. u ' .A 1.1 1 rW " ■ ' «H 1 l i El " M ' i ,m mm £ H .IS AFS: First Row — Diane Wood, Secre¬ tary; Sharon Utt, Vice-President; Barbara Horton, Treasurer. Second Row — Mike Davitt, Sohna Sallah, Kyunghee Kim, Lisa Littlewood, Histo¬ rian. Third Row — Cindy Mead, Holly Swindler, Kathy O’Connell. Fourth Row — Beth MacNevin, Sherry Trussed, Jill Martin, Linda Selquist, Mrs. Smith, Sponsor; Mary Lu. Fifth Row — Susan Gawaracki, Haim Ovadias, Wanda Szczepanski, Joyce Walker. Sixth Row — Lucien Samaha, Phil Bozarth. Not Pictured — Arlene IHara, President; Paula Hueston, Isabel Maria Moraes Quaresma, Rosemary Frank, Marie Dennis, Marte Lamb, Patricia Thomas, Mrs. Fitzgerald, Sponsor. Isabel Maria Moraes Quaresma translates her term paper from Spanish to English. Campus Life members listen to The Canbys sing at an outing. 95 CHEERLEADING CLUB: First Row — Jayne Rhiger, Marina Evans, Evelyn Jackson, Diane Epling, Diane Ward, Terry Genduso, Patti Gilroy. Second Row — Terry Crow, Recording Secretary; Delores Tyree, Lee Ann Walters, Historian; Judy Dellas, Judy Rodman, Donna Shine, Lyn Griggs, Jan Anthony. Third Row — Sue Ball, Treasurer; Wanda Jackson, Kathy Klewicki, Sherry Daniels, Carrine Binda, Pres¬ ident; Debbie Williams, Sgt.-at-Arms; Mari Douglas, Mary McGraw, Historian; Nancy Cowan, Marcie Hascall, Vice-President. Not Pictured — Debbie McKinney. . p : 5r f rw y " j. » ■ ■ ■ ,2 € The Jaguar football team appreciates a banner made by the Cheerleading Club. Squads Unite To Form Single Unit Selling Booster Club memberships Holding a clinic for all of the cheerleaders in Northern Virginia Keeping a scrapbook Changing a rigid conduct code set up in their constitution Selecting a cheerleader of the year Raising money for the club with bake sales, donut sales and car washes A working unit . . . The Cheerleading Club 96 PEP CLUB: First Row — Licia Ahearn, Secretary; Carol Rock, Treasurer; Joyce Walker, President; Sherry Trussed, Vice-President; Lisa Cilinski. Second Row — Sharon Lutz, Maureen Smith, Lisa Tavelli, Louise Stafford, Patty Frye, Karen Gout, Holly Kimmel, Monica Henry, Darlene Morrison. G.A.A. And Pep Club Promote Athletics Supporting girls intramurals as well as the J.V. and Varsity teams Meeting in the girls gym Working the concession stand at the home football games Attempting to promote spirit A small group doing their best to create enthu¬ siasm among the students Interested in sports . . . Girls Athletic Association Pep Club GAA: First Row — Kathy Eiserman, Secretary; Theresa Healy, Vice- President; Debby Joseph, President; Sandy Steele, Treasurer; Betsy MacGowan, Parliamentarian. Second Row — Moriza Arroja, Debbie Beall, Mary Birch, Sandy Small, Dorothy Mowter, Mary Brandt, Sue Welch, Connie Hill, Cathy IHara. Third Row — Diane Johnson, Lisa Celinski, Caroline Sites, Connie Wood, Diane Beall, Debbie Cunningham, Theresa Kobayashi, Karen Nordstrom, Susanne Johnson. Fourth Row — Pat Canas, Dee Dee Harnage, Dorothy Knoker, Sharon Lutz, Beth McNevin, Paula Bickle, Barbara Slominski, Martha Joseph. Fifth Row — Barbara Horton, Vickie Tew, Molly McCally, Ann Donovan, Cathy Anderson, Barbara Major, Carmen Tercero, Mary Lee Hepler, Sue Ziegler. Sixth Row — Nancy Samuelson, Patty Molina, Kathy Parks, Anne Donovan, Carol Frank, Doreen Sheply, Cathy Thompson, Sherry Rose, Cheryl Andrews, Darlene Morrison . Seventh Row — Pam Vanderhyden, Karen Jones, Delores Ridingin, Ginger MacGowan, Cathy Lewis, Colleen Crowder, Lorraine Mendoza, Dee Ann Chugg, Lisa Streets, Cindy Weaver, Donna Butler. Eighth Row — Monica Henry, Karen Phelps, Debbie Bollo, Karen Gaut, Sue Claridge, Jenny Toma, Joanna Szczepanski, Mary Granell. Ninth Row — Kim Farrington, Wendy Weaver, Pam Schafer, Leslie Gallahan, Diane Weber, Lisa Matropaolo, Kathy Henry, Janice Jamison. Tenth Row — Katie Flynn, Shelley Flynn, Stephanie Painter, Bonnie Batt, Sue Stearns, Denise Taylor. FTA: First Row — Lona Cramer, Secretary; Beth Mauer, Vice-President; Lisa Tavelli, President; Linda Merrit, Treasurer. Second Row — Gill Vandergraaf, Molly Mecaully, Rhonda York, Susan Summers, Nancy Roop, Timothy Morrison. Third Row — Patty McGuirk, Janice Joki, Karen Murphy, Maureen Smith, Tina Theoharis, Paul Maiatico, Joe Szydek. i I FHA: First Row — Diann Van Vladricken, Reporter—Historian; Janie McDaniel, Vice President; Mary Murphy, President; Linda Crawford, Secretary; Barbara Clark, Treasurer. Second Row — Yvonne Patterson, Pat Molina, Joyce Walker, Jan Male. Third Row— Amanda McKeever, Degree Chairman; Debbie Rummel, Degree Chairman; Lisa Cilinski, Patricia Canas, Sue Burton, Monica Henry. Fourth Row — Jane McKendrick, Karen Nordstrom, Karen Jones, Debbie Davis, Kathryn Henry. Fifth Row — Theresa Alstadter, Karen Fauntleroy, Dorna Rydinin, Debbie Furr, Lisa Tavelli. Sixth Row — Charlotte Blake, April Guice, Rhonda York, Patty Furr, Mrs. Heiner, Sponsor; Patty McQuirk, Mrs. Nordness, Sponsor; Lona Cramer, Gill Vandergraaf. 98 Students Gain Experience For Future Giving future teachers insight into the teaching profession Tutoring students Helping individuals improve personal, family and community living Working at the T.B. Center Providing students with an insight into a working government Getting ready for tomorrow . . . Future Teachers of America Future Homemakers of America Girls and Boys State GIRLS AND BOYS STATE: Sandy Small and Herb Winslow. Janie McDaniel, Amanda McKeever, and Mary Murphy discuss plans for the upcoming FHA meeting. 99 FBLA: First Row — Francie Ford, Historian; Brenda Brown, President; Vickie Bryan, Treasurer; Laurie Rollison, Vice-President; Alta Hayes, Parliamentarian. Second Row — Donna Radcliffe, Sharon Holtzman, Ellen Armstrong, Gerry Miller, Kathy Koch, Mrs. Adler, Sponsor. Third Row — Linda Kearns, Cindy Williams, Linda Marsters, Diane Webster, Kathy Krein, Joni Lyon, Bonnie Black. Fourth Row — Linda Holper, jane Hogan, Sharon Utt, Georgann Sabock, Pam Thomas. Business Programs Prove Successful Promoting vocational, business and office edu¬ cation for the youth of Virginia Students working for a better future Uniting in a common bond to further deep respect for the dignity of work Gaining practical experience . . . Vocational Office Training Future Business Leaders of America Industrial Cooperative Training Distributive Education Clubs of America VOT: First Row — Patty Pilkerton, Sharon Holtzman, Ellen Armstrong, Laurie Rollison. Second Row — Kathy Klewicki, Sue Miller, Diane Teston, LaVaun Herndon, Donna Morrison, Delores Morrison. Third Row — Claire DuBois, Debbie Williams, Karen Gallion, Margie Stallings, Gayl Turner, Sharon Kennick. Fourth Row — Kathleen Hanafan, Deboroh Hogan, Sherrie Meechem, Susan Clarke, Vickie Bryan, Sue Collins, Georgann Sabock. 100 ICT: First Row — Richard Dunn, Robin Hart. Second Row — Judy Lam, Wendy Hare, Edward Hale. Third Row — Karen Christie, Danny Enright, Debbie Sutton, Joan Russell. Fourth Row — Larry Searbrough, Jack McCoy, Paul Weber, Clifford Smith. Fifth Row — Doug Douget, Charles Sherfy, Jim Groger, Francis Beauge. Sixth Row — Craig Beamer, Gary Bunch, Mr. Hawks, Sponsor. DECA: First Row — Mr. Pruner, Sponsor; Lynn Schaffstall, Secretary; Bonnie Helt, Treasurer; Jimmy Sadlowe, Vice-President; Kathy Lane, President; Robert Helt, Mr. Hawkins, Sponsor. Second Row — Margaret Kackley, Diane Brown, Lori Metras, Adele Keay, Ricnard Douglas, Tommy Hile, Elaine Julian. Third Row — Susan McElwee, Diane Brown, Judy Inman, Sharon Graham, Lynn Lawrence, Susan Townsend, Ronnie Compton. Fourth Row — Rick Meurer, Tom Lomax, Daniel Anderson, Ruth Brickman, Barbara Martin, David Smith, Jay Welliver. Fifth Row — Bruce Lundell, John Hogan, Elwood Meckley, Terry Woodward, Don Uffenger. Sixth Row — Brian Wilhide, Roger Frazier, Michael Barryhill, Gary Schultz. 101 K 1 1 ■ n -m " c |T 1 BN l i 1 i Li ' " -“X A 04 ■ §! ; I j IP llitli Interest Clubs Develop Talent Putting on a Variety Show to benefit a student pursuing his education in art Giving students a chance to learn more about the theater Learning about German customs and culture Encouraging participation in art and pho¬ tographic ' activities Exploring new realms . . . The Art Club The Photography Club The German Club The Drama Club PHOTO: First Row — Tom Kline, Amos Lu, Brian Hart. Second Row — Mr. Kilby, Sponsor; Robert Buel, Richard Hughes, Phil Bozarth. ART: First Row — Kathy Chaplin, Treasurer; Jim Dennison, Richard Jackson, Kathy McClintock. Second Row— Mrs. Crum, Sponsor; Bob Wilson, Jennifer Tate, Maureen Smith, Vice-President; Debbie Garri¬ son, Secretary; Peter Dunlop. Not Pictured — Mike Haluska, Pres ident. 102 DRAMA: First Row — Gail Trask, Secretary; Mike Reinemer, Pres¬ ident; Mari Holloway, Vice President; Becky Melvin, Treasurer. Sec¬ ond Row — Judy Depalma, Freddy Wade, Sharon Lutz, Bill Blum, Tom Oney, Connie Wood, Caroline Stites, Louise Arthur. Third Row — Ellen Mowson, Ed Heyman, Jay Stack, Judy Hull, Cathy Bayruns, Mary Thomason, Jane O’Hara. Fourth Row — Nancy Stoertz, Nancy Peterson, Mary Pallansch, Arlene IHara, Liz Woodside, Monica Mattson, Frank Atchison, Craig Geoffrion. Fifth Row — Jeff Stackhouse, Myra Oney, Colleen Crowder, Patty Frye, Sue Eisenhower, Brandon Kimmel, Gary Johnson, Steve Reinemer, Danny Ohleger. Sixth Row— Gary Vosburg, Jeanne Alsager, Sue Gawarecki, Carol Thomas, Jill Martin, Terri Attiliis, Kathy Hanafan, Christel Cull. Seventh Row — John Holloway, Mike Davitt, Jack Stoney, Danny Jones, Skip Shackleford, Noel Martin, Craig Lundien, Patty Taylor, Linda Ralston. Eighth Row — Doug Moore, Mike Szymanski, Rick Cooper, Rick Shelton, Keith Kennedy, Mike Mattheisen, Richard Jackson. GERMAN: First Row — David Hartell, Doug Moore, Joe Schaffner, Cher Matheson, Nancy Henard, Diana Simpson, Kneila Rukenbrod, Cathy Thompson. Second Row — Miss Fox, Sponsor: Elfrieda Revis, Susan Frye, Ellen Dellert, Nancy Reich, Kathy Moreau, Caroline Nelson, Robin Erler, Nancy Roop, Bill Blum. Third Row — Tim Morrison, John Donahue, Skip Shackelford, Roy Wimmer, Mary Birch, Kathy Krien, Martha Joseph. Fourth Row — Jeff Stackhouse, Ellen Williams, Gary Plaag, George Betts, Larry Zuntz, Lee Stevens, Rita Tedden, April Harris, Karl Slagle, John Brocato. Fifth Row — Brian Hoover, Mike Mattheisen, Dirk Mattheisen, Pat Morrison, Cindy Moran, Linda Crawford, Lisa Tavelli, Tina Theoharis, Mike Szymanski, Jeff Place, Bill Amans, Malcolm O’Shields. A l Wflf . 1 r1 jL ' .Kfc ■ ■ M ifll CAVE: First Row — Harry Dickerson, President; Carol Jordan, Vice-President; Helene Knight, Secretary; Sheila Knight, Treasurer; Jean Zemotel, Librar¬ ian. Second Row — Ric Cooper, Mary Birch, Diane Drago, Becky Bundy, Sue Looney. Third Row — Sue Arnold, Leslie Gallahan, Patty Fink, Carl Slagle. Fourth Row— Malcolm O’Shields, Pete Woodside, Chris Woyna, Martha Bear, Tim Burns, Randy Bickle, John Bakanas. Not Pictured — Scott Beasley, Brad Harris. SCIENCE: First Row— Lori Mattson, Vice-President; Greg Lanpher, President. Second Row — Jeanne Alsager, Secretary-Treasurer; Elizabeth Steckbeck, Amos Lu, Ronnie Taylor, Brian Hart. Third Row — Betsy MacGowan, Abigail Ryan, Skip Shackleford, Richard Hughes, Pat Dowd, Leonard Pumphrey, Tom Francis, Matt Tower. Fourth Row — Duane Caperton, Kevin Hoover, Michael Christos, David Reed, Robert Greenberg. Not Pictured — Lou Samaha. 104 RIFLE: First Row — Ken Gay, Bill Jordan, Stan Reed, Linda Sager, Miss Comeau, Sponsor. Second Row — Ben Stribling, Mike O’Connel, Terry Mella, Jerry Vogel, Ed Benfit, William Disilvio, Terry Wartman. Third Row — Doug Feit, Donald Rozier, Mark Green. Fourth Row— Bill Fioramonti, Mickey Liggett, Bill O’Connell, Alan Hosmer, Tom Addison. Fifth Row — Keith Kennedy, Bernie Pazanowski, Jim Noles, George Betts, Ed McCann, Joe Fioramonti. Wide Range of Activities Offered Promoting conservation, good caving and just plain having fun Exploring new realms of activities Performing experiments and gaining insight into the mysteries of science Building an eight inch telescope Teaching students the care of firearms, and the intricacies of self-defense Developing new skills . . . The Speleological Club The Science Club The Rifle Club The Self-Defense Club SELF-DEFENSE: First Row — Paul Maiatico, Paul Empson, Tim Morrison. Second Row — Tim Burns, Bill Blum, Paul McDonald, Bill Amans. 105 OFFICE: First Row — Anita Young, Alta Hayes, Jeannie Foster, Lynn Gardener, Donna Norton, Gillian Vandergraaf. Second Row — Peachie Dreisonstok, Claire DuBois, Loren Walck, Elizabeth Mauer, Susan Summers. GUIDANCE: First Row — Mark Sipe, Kathy Klewicki, Debbie Diane Testin, Carol Lambert, Kathy Smith, Eileen Stone, Donna Williams, Debbie Alstadter, Debbie Davis, Amanda Morrison, Norton. Kathy Keen, Cheryl Burroway. Second Row — Linda Holper, CLINIC: Judy Lawson, Pat Furr, Brenda Whitley, Ray Lusby, Cathy Lewis. 106 Students Provide Assistance To Administration Relieving busy secretaries of tedious paper work Running around the halls distributing various passes Answering phones Rescuing harried counselors during the on¬ slaught of college applications Assisting the nurse to register and adminster to sick students Giving generously of their free time . . . The Office, Guidance, and Clinic Staffs LIBRARY: First Row — Debra Hogan, Susan Summers, Cheryl Henrikson. Second Row — Thomas Addison, Phyllis Barley, Brenda Garrett. ATTENDANCE: First Row — Karen Bales, Pam Schafer, Janet Freeman, Anne McGafferty. Second Row — Steven Jones, Ronald Petty, Bob Simko, Carl O’Malley, Mark Blair, Alan Hunsberger. ' FINANCE: Diane Webster and Linda Marster with Mrs. Register, Finance Officer. The School Store is run by the Business Students. Hallelujah Chorus Works Miracles Getting used to a new choral director Lacking participation, but doing their utmost with a limited number Selling candles and light bulbs to raise funds Presenting a Christmas concert despite the choral directors prolonged absence Discarding traditional uniforms Performing during a power failure with the lights magically doming on during the hallelujah chorus Giving concerts throught the area . . . The Choral Department Madrigals sing a popular song during a choral assembly. MADRIGALS: Rick Shelton, Rosalie Davis, John Schmidtke, President; Secretary; Randy Bichel, Debi Smith, Don Lucas, Mary McGraw, Mad- Sue Geuder, Jerrell Todd, Brenda Owens, Doug Sexton, Diane Wood, rigal Mother; Gary Johnson, Librarian; Nanci Kirkland. 108 CONCERT CHOIR: First Row — Rosalie Davis, Carol Bulson, Mary Ridgeway, Karen Bales, Myra Oney, Librarian; Brenda Whitley, Judy Rue, Secretary. Second Row — Christel Cull, Janice Joki, Elbe Dickerson, Joanne Crim, Diane Weber, Susan Gawarecki, Mary Holloway, Mrs. Golding, Director. Third Row — Mike Callahan, Mike Reinemer, President; Wayne Gallahan, Stan Reed, Craig Davis, Bill Blum. Fourth Row— Marty Tasker, Dale Fosnight, Sgt.-at-Arms; Rich¬ ard Jackson, Pat Pignotti, Jerrell Todd, Rick Greenquist, Roy Powell, Vice-President; Bruce Kriner. The Concert Choir tries a more casual approach in the assembly. 109 Members of the Girl ' s Chorus perform in colorful long dresses. X •r . ■ i-ffi 4 jfc. .fSiffrrn-, £■ ■§. w W Vftf I ■ H l- ’l 5 . m ' w $ II 1 E f: ••uf m . - -m J : ' ' i ■ ' 5 a. .. M l y a . 11 Hi ■ | f ’! jl y j b£ : . Mil o ■ jS p jlPffl MS ' ' V if ■ yiL ■ ’ ■ P|| m - . o ■ ' ' ll IMS1. P J - i ..V ji? 4 i IF ' M • GIRL’S CHORUS: First Row — Cathy Gearhart, Carol Addison, Pam Blackwell, Mary Biddle, Brooke Minturn, Vice-President; Janet Meeks, Shari Erksa. Second Row — Mrs. Golding, Director; Phvl Stinnette, Rita Filippone, Librarian; Sharon Failes, Dale Shiflett, Debbie Thompson. Cathy Becraft, Nancy Brandt. Third Row — Linda Holland, Janice Jamison, Kathy Albertson, Sherry Black, Debbie Feurerstein, Carol Sheetz, Diane Epling, Gail Griffith, President; Margie Dorff. Fourth Row — Kim Draper, Donna Shine, Secretary; Rhonda Thomas, Robin Samuelson, Cnirs Hedrick, Alix Mattusch, Suzanne Claud, Sherry Trussed, Joyce Walker, Roberta Lane. 110 Student Teaching Benefits Elementary Schools Madrigals performing at area churches Choral student going to elementary schools to instruct younger children in music Singing at Whittier once a year Switching the tempo of their music to the more modem variety Adding music to graduation Using new innovations during performances to generate interest A new approach . . . The Choral Department Brenda Owens, Debi Smith, and Nanci Kirkland sing “I feel Pretty”. Mrs. Golding— Director of all choral groups. Ill ra»! MARCHING BAND: First Row— Eugene Carlisle, John Pineau, Danny Sell, Jay Walker, Charles Becker, Roy Seguine, Eddy Segaar, Dennis Johnson, Don Lucas, Duane Caperton, David Becher, David Stoertz, Danny Slane, Bill Berg, Gale Glahn, Doug Moore, Darryl Keyes, Ben Hawkins. Sscond Row — Sandy Small, Judy Walker, Delores Morrison, Nancy Henard, Donald Eggar, Mike Suddarth, Cindi Moran, Robert Owens, Ronnie Jones, Farrell Wise, Jimmy Edmundson, Mark Mordhorst, Phil McIntyre, Paul Grogan, Will McCarthy, Larry Olson, Bruce Rodgers. Third Row — Patty Betts, Lynn Gardner, Kneila Rukenbrod, Nanci Kirkland, Ken Heater, Tom Wetrick, Mike Dukes, Leonard Pumphrey, Chris Hedrick, Susan Frye, Christy Nolan, Anita Hill, Ginger Knott, Gary Plaag, Dawn Hunt, John Ahearn, Andy Richardson. Fourth Row — Jean Ludwig, Cindi Mea d, Debi Smith, Jean Foster, Clifford Pumphrey, Lisa Carscadden, Jan Tomes, Debbie Muller, Dara Ritter, Beatrice Davidson, Tanet Platt, Ginny Hamblin, Cathy Wadleigh, Sus Haase, Cathy Inara, Karen Rhiger, Chris Overcash. Fifth Row — Diane Webster, Kathy Krein, Carol Stevens, Sheryl Hunter, Kim Greenquist, Marty Williams, Nancy Samuelson, Sue Sherba, Patty Kistulentz, Christy Nolan, Dawn Hunt, Mike Giancaspro, Teresa Meeks, Ruth Suddarth, Barbara Bennett, Joan Mason, Robin Erler. Sixth Row — Robin Samuelson, Shawn Hennessey, Diane Hartell, Pegi McCrae, Debbie Stevens, Cheryl-Ann Dodge, Nancy Reich, Kathy O’Connell, Debbie Van Fossen, Pam Goodwin, Ellen Dellert. Seventh Row — Brian Hoover, Bob Liebau, Dennis Fravel, Lee Stevens, Howard Davis, Rick Moore, Pam Douglas, Dennis Furr, Steve Studd. Eighth Row — John Gilchrist, Gary Glahn, Mike Layland, Alan Groves, Ben Benoski, Armand Masse, Bill Boyette, John Brockman, George Megaw, Kim Anderson, Ken Gay, Tim Burns, Doug Stine. Ninth Row: Mr. Stegner, Director; Richard Pifer, Curt Small, Leo Stapelton, Herb Winslow, Harry Dickerson, Ed McCann, Debbie Matthews, Brenda Owens, Sallie Burkett, Karen Mills, Valerie Lutz, Chuck Moran, Ken Heater. 112 Invitation To Europe Comes After Outstanding Performance The last year for “Big Ben Hawkins” Marching in the Apple Blossom festival and in the Ork Blossom Parade Performing at pep rallies Making a return visit to Virginia Beach after winning a second place last year Winning $100 dollars in a Halloween parade Playing the fight song at football games when the referees will permit it. Making the highlight of football . . . The Marching Band The band front smiles at the audience during a half-time routine. BAND FRONT: First Row— Sandy Small, Jean Ludwig, Jean Foster, Debi Smith, Cindi Mead, Judy Walker, Delores Morrison, Nancy Henard, Carol Stevens, Robin Samuelson, Lynn Gardner, Sheryl Hunter, Kathy Krein, Diane Webster, Kneila Rukenbrod, Patti Betts. Nanci Kirkland. Second Row — Patty Robinson, Jenny Wright, Brenda Albert, Patti Turner, Beth Kenestrick, JoAnn Jordan, Linda Marsters, Louise Hartman, Linda Crawford, Sue Burton, Shelley Harris, Mindy Crawford, Bonnie Hennesy, Licia Ahearn, Mindy Gilroy, Lynn Burton. 113 SYMPHONIC BAND: First Row — Joan Mason, Robin Erler, Barbara Bennett, Ruth Suddarth, Nancy Reich, Diane Hartell, Ellen Dellert. Second Row — Sue Haase, Patty Kistulentz, Cathy Ihara, Patty Robinson, Anita Hill, Sue Sherba, Ginger Knott, Rick Heater, Gary Plaag, Cliff Pumphrey, Dorothea LeGrand, Dale Bowman, Susan Frye. Third Row— Dennis Fravel, Sallie Burkett, Alan Groves, Bob Liebau, Ben Benoski, Mike Layland, Rick Moore, Will McCarthy, Robert Owens, Farrel Wise, Ken Heater, Mike Suddarth, Jim Edmundson, Ronnie Jones. Fourth Row — Brenda Owens, George Megaw, Kim Greenquist, Tom Bevans, Ken Gay, Doug Stine, Richard Pifer, Curt Small, Leo Stapleton, Darryl Keys, Doug Moore, Bill Berg, Gale Glahn, Kim Coddley, Dan Slane, David Stoertz, Duane Caperton, Don Lucas, Debbie Matthews, Herb Winslow, Ben Hawkins, Tom Knight. Fifth Row — Jay Walker, John Pineau, Danny Sell, Eddie Segaar, Roy SeGuine, Marty Williams, Mr. Stegner, Director. The woodwind section performs during their first assembly. Bands Begin Year Under New Leadership Reading and comprehending music Practicing many hard hours to become a harmonious sound A combination of different people with various talents Working for the common goal of perfecting classical and popular music Giving concerts that end outstandingly Learning to become accustomed to a new director and new techniques Two single units worth listening to . . . 114 The Symphonic Band The Concert Band The brass section warms up with “Across the field.” CONCERT BAND: First Row — Cheryl-Ann Dodge, Licia Ahearn, Lynn Burton, Mickey Hedrick, Anne Donovan, Debbie Stevens, Kathy O’Connell, Pegi McCrae. Second Row — Cathy Wadleigh, Louise Hartman, Chris Hedrick, Christy Nolan, Tom Wetrich, Mike Dukes, Jan Tomes, Dara Ritter, Debbie Miller, Kathy Moreau, Karen Rhiger, Leonard Pumphrey, John Ahearn, Nancy Samuelson. Third Row — Connie Nicholas, Valerie Lutz, Armand Masse, Susan Waller, Gary Glahn, Bill Boyette, Jerry Vogel, Shawn Hennesy, Stephen Baskerville, John Gilchrist, Kim Greenquist, Ginny Hamblin. Dawn Hunt, Sue Flynn, Beatrice Davidson. Fourth Row — Brenda Owens, George Megaw, Kathy Elkins, Ann Ruggere, Chris Overcash, Buddy Blankenship, Paul Grogan, Lee Stevens, Bruce Rodgers, Mark Strysko, Donna O’Bryhim, Cindi Moran, Don Eggar, Howard Davis, John Pfaff, Ed McCann, Debbie Matthews, John Engler. Fifth Row — Dennis Johnson, Eugene Carlisle, Doug Burke, Charles Becker, Candi Davis, Julie Stevenson, Richard Pifer, Curt Small, Leo Stapleton, Mr. Stegner, Director; Steidel, Dennis Furr, Jack Stokely, Doug Moore, David Becker, Michael Codoley, David Stoertz, Dan Slane. 115 n The sweat, effort, energy, strain and time towards one goal — VICTORY Varsity Football: First Row — Donnie Hall, Forrest Kobayashi, Brent Wade, Mike Hyatt, Glenn Sansing, Greg Lanpher, Steve Friend, Robbie Day, John Rukenbrod, Carroll Craig, Jim Baird, Sid Lee, Alan Funkhouser, Bill Welch. Second Row — Mike Weber, Ron Buckley, Tim Ruddle, Bob Magill, Bob Russell, Claude Cragle, Jim Robey, Jim Moss, Jim Oliver, Norm Balderson, Jackie Utz, Gil Lunsford, Lyle Hayhurst, Joe Knestrick. Third Row — Bob Ratchford, Dee Procter, Bob Murphy, Craig Beamer, Caesar Chester, Tim Harrington, Perry Williams, Lee Usilton, Bob Dunn, Joe Ragland, John Schmidtke, Rhett Wade, Marty Tasker. Varsity Football VIRGINIA 1-A LEAGUE STANDINGS NORTHERN DISTRICT Annandale Fairfax Stuart Woodson Falls Church Jefferson Falls Church.22 Madison.6 The Jaguars opened their season at Madison with a victory. Senior running back, Robbie Day, rushed for more than a hundred yards in scoring three touchdowns. The Jaguars defensive unit was extremely impressive hold¬ ing Madison to only one touchdown that came late in the last quarter. Sid Lee and Claude Cragle led the defense with first and second quarter interceptions. The final score was 22-6. The win was a seemingly important one for FC who hoped for a great season. Robbie Day runs outside in the opener against Madison. 118 Rhett Wade and Sid Lee make the tackle on Marshall Running back. Marshall.39 Falls Church.14 In their second game of the season our varsity football team was outclassed by Mike Cliff and a great Marshall team. The Jaguars kept it close, 18-14, most of the first half with touchdowns by Carroll Craig and Robbie Day. Marshall then blew the game open by scoring with less than a minute to play in the half. The second half our defense was unable to hold the Statesmen who put the game out of reach by scoring two more touchdowns. The final score was 39-14. Falls Church.28 Annandale.14 Annandale came to Falls Church to play the Jaguars home opener and lost 28-14. Both the offensive and the defensive units were impressive, as they handed the District Cham¬ pions their only loss of the regular season. The offense scored four touchdowns with Robbie Day scoring twice, Forrest Kobayashi and Carroll Craig once. The defense held Annandale quarterback, Pete Connady, to a two for fourteen night. Robbie Day scores his second touchdown against Annandale. 119 Mike Hyatt and Bob Dunn line up for the play. Fairfax.8 Falls Church.7 Falls Church lost their fifth game of the season against Fairfax, 8-7, at Falls Church. The varsity’s offense which was potent against Annandale, could not overcome a tough Fairfax defense. Robbie Day scored on the offensive’s only real highlight with a 28 yard run. Fairfax couldn’t move against the Jag’s tough defense, which held them up until late in the fourth quarter when Fairfax scored all eight of their points. Falls Church.27 Groveton.24 Groveton’s running attack surprised the Jaguars, but Falls Church managed to win their Homecoming game by a narrow margin of 27-24. Groveton back Alvin Cowans frustrated the defense by successfully running up the middle and around the end. The Jaguars kept close with touchdowns on a blocked punt by Ronnie Buckley and a kickoff return by Carroll Craig. A fourth quarter touchdown brought the Jaguars back from a three-point deficit. Claude Cragle closes in on Groveton’s A1 Cowans. 120 Jefferson.21 Falls Church. 19 The Jaguars went to Jefferson to play in the Colonials Homecoming and lost 21-19. Falls Church was able to stay in the game until they missed a fourth down with nearly five minutes left. It was a very disappointing loss for the Jaguars, whose record slipped to 3-3 overall and 1-2 in the District. Robbie Day scored all three of the Jaguars touchdowns. This made his total points scored 76 and gave him the Northern Virginia scoring lead. All state Steve Friend, 77, listens as the play is called. Hayfield .21 Falls Church.6 Falls Church traveled to Hayfield for the seventh game of the season seemingly assured of a victory. The Jaguars lost the game, how¬ ever, by a score of 21-6. The first half the game was very close with both defenses doing an excellent job. The score was 0-0 at halftime. The second half the Jaguars offense was unable to mount more than one successful drive and the game ended in favor of Hayfield. The loss brought the Jaguars record to 3 wins and 4 loses. Jim Moss, 24, and Sid Lee, 23, look on as the linemen make the tackle. 121 Bill Welch pulls away with a 55 yard scoring play. Woodson.19 Falls Church.14 A goal-line stand by Woodson late in the fourth quarter stopped the Jaguars and gave Woodson the victory. Woodson opened the scoring but Falls Church came back on a short pass to Bill Welch. In the fourth quarter Woodson held only a five point lead with Falls Church in control of the ball. But Falls Church was un¬ able to score with neither Robbie Day’s running nor Forrest Kobayashi’s passes able to penetrate the tough Woodson defense for the score. Falls Church.20 McLean.6 With less than a minute remaining in the game all-District defensive back Sid Lee intercepted a pass and ran 66 yards to score the final touchdown against McLean. The game ended with a 20-6 defeat for the Highlanders. The game was an outstanding effort by both the offense and defense with quarterback Forrest Kobayashi connecting on key passes to Bill Welch and Carroll Craig throughout the game. This made the Jaguars record an even 4-4. Forrest Kobayashi throws a pass behind the protection of Mike Weber. Stuart .22 Falls Church.6 For the last game of the season Falls Church played the Stuart Raiders. The game was a big one because of the fierce rivalry that exists be¬ tween our two teams. This rivalry is symbolized by a victory bell that goes to the winner. The game this year started off well with the Jaguar defense doing a fine job. The second half the Stuart offense rallied scoring twice to beat Falls Church. This loss brought the Jaguar’s overall record to 4 wins and 6 loses for the season. Robbie Day runs wide with Bill Welch and Gill Lunsford leading the way 123 J.V. and Frosh Find the Winning Way! The offense lines up for the snap. J.V. Football: First Row — G. Cleveland, S. Thomas, D. Stock, C. Adams, G. Lewis, B. McDaniel, D. Hershey, I. Gallsher, J. MacDonald, J. Schaftsdell, J. Proctor, J. Weber, C. Palmer. Second Row — M. Callahan, T. Woodward, B. Owensby, B. Crutcnfield, D. Cox, T. Francis, J. Craver, J. McMillen, G. McQuain, H. Lunsford, S. Marsters. Third Row — M. Williams, T. Peterson, M. Christos, J. Montminy, R. Carter, R. Frye, M. Clarke, S. Southee, T. Fyock, J. Flather, S. Bell, J. Lee. 124 c Freshmen Football: First Row — B. Hatcher, R. Rukenbrod, T. McCann, K. Tyrell, C. Simonet, M. Harris, J. Sigler, J. Ogden, J. Goodwin, D. Dye, J. Clancy. Second Row — T. Trapp, R. Loveless, B. Micheal, J. Darcey, G. Tinner, D. Yarbourgh, S. Garcia, R. Burknardt, R. Wade, J. Ferguson, D. Hayes, G. Hughitt, K. Sullivan. Third Row — T. Barnett, R. Carter, R. Myers, R. Hastings, P. Grubb, S. Foxwell, J. Wade, K. Beamer, S. Dunn, A. Payne, D. Kerns, G. Mourtjoy. Gaining valuable experience Learning to execute each play to the peak of perfection Helmets, cleats and uniforms Falling on your face sometimes, but always being willing to try again Pushing yourself to the limit Getting it all together for a very successful season Playing for the honor of Falls Church . . . JV and Freshmen Football Falls Church JV Football Opponent 21 Jefferson 0 21 Oakton 7 14 Stuart 20 32 Robinson 8 13 Annandale 14 14 Woodson 6 0 Fairfax 7 31 Jefferson 0 A Freshmen running back breaks through for a long gain. Falls Church Freshmen Football Opponent 52 Robinson 0 40 Stuart 0 34 Robinson 0 38 Annandale 0 12 Woodson 8 6 Fairfax 8 125 Varsity Basketball: First Row — Carl Lansdown, Carroll Craig, Ragland, Steve Cologne, |im Fitts, Ned Nicholas, Ray Hanley, Co-Capt.; Ken Utterback, Co-Capt.; Forrest Kobayashi, Lyle Mike LaCasse. Hayhurst. Second Row — George Hall, Bob Murphy, Joe Varsity Basketball Falls Church Varsity Basketball Opponent 73 Marchall 51 VIRGINIA 1-A LEAGUE 51 Madison 54 NORTHERN DISTRICT STANDINGS 49 Fort Hunt 58 Woodson 71 O’Connell 82 Fairfax 60 Fairfax 69 Annandale 76 Stuart 75 Stuart 64 Washington-Lee 50 Falls Church 46 Yorktown 61 Jefferson 50 Annandale 62 60 Woodson 63 43 Jefferson 42 41 Fairfax 45 51 Stuart 56 59 T.C. Williams 94 72 Annandale 62 74 Woodson 62 52 Jefferson 72 126 Kenny Utterback gets off a baseline jumper over an outstretched Fairfax player. Fairfax.69 Falls Church.60 Falls Church led Fairfax by over ten points twice in the game, but Fairfax outscored the Jags 21-10 in the third period and they went on to beat the Jags 69-60. The Varsity was led by Kenny Utterback with 20 and Carl Lansdown with 16. The Jaguars led by nine at the half 34-25. Falls Church Stuart . 76 75 i Considered by most to be the most exciting game of the 71-72 season was that of Stuart vs. Falls Church. FC prevailed to be the superior team in the heated contest. The Jaguars, who trailed the entire game overcame a six point deficit with less than a minute to play. The ex¬ perienced ball hawking of Ken Utterback and Carl Lansdown and the desperation shot of Jim Fitts at the buzzer proved to be the margin of victory. Ray Hanley skies to block a Stuart jump shot. 127 Carroll Craig drives through the Woodson defense for a lay-up. Annandale.62 Falls Church.50 Led by Dan Stolldorf’s 24 points, Annandale outlasted a Falls Church comeback and won by 12, 62-50. The game was close until the fourth quarter when Annandale slowly pulled away. Sixteen points by Carl Lansdown were over¬ shadowed by Annandale’s All-Metropolitan prospect, Stolldorf. Woodson.63 Falls Church.60 In this heartbreaking loss to top ranked Woodson, our mighty Jags proved they could keep up with the talent laden Cavaliers. The Jaguars, who were able to capitalize on Woodson’s mistakes, led the entire game. However with FC’s Jim Fitts out with five personals and his teammates also in foul trouble, the Cavaliers were able to pull ahead in the last minute enabling them to seal up the game. Jim Fitts shoots with perfect form over Annandale’s Dan Stolldorf. 128 Falls Church . .43 Jefferson.42 Bottomed ranked Jefferson could not squeeze by Falls Church and suffered another of their losses at the hands of the Jaguars. The Falls Church offense, while not explosive, got the job done, even though it was one of the lowest scoring games of the season. Falls Church faltered in the fourth quarter, and Jefferson nearly pulled the game out. The persistent Jags still hung on long enough to take home another win. As Kenny Utterback looks on, Carl Lansdown takes a foul shot. Fairfax. 45 Falls Church. 41 The flu was Falls Church’s biggest adversary as they tried valiantly to fight back and beat the Fairfax Rebels. A previous loss to Fairfax had given the Jaguars the incentive to win, but they were just not able to overcome the powerful Fairfax defense. This unfortunate loss broke the Jaguars spirit as they fell into a losing slump. Carl Lansdown goes around a Jim Fitts screen for an open jumper. 129 Stuart .56 Falls Church.51 In this heated game our arch-rival, Stuart, came onto the court eager to avenge themselves for their previous last second loss. FC battled bravely but they could not compete with a hot Stuart offense as the Raiders score continued to climb. Only a last quarter scoring spurt enabled the Jaguars to save face as they suffered another disappointing loss. Jim Fitts takes an easy shot from the floor. Falls Church. 72 Annandale. 62 Trailing at the half and down by nine at the close of the third period, the smaller, yet quicker Jags, were able to capitalize on the Atoms mistakes. The outside shooting and defensive playing of teammates Ken Utterback and Carl Lansdown were the decisive measures in this satisfying victory over district rival, Annandale. Mike LaCasse warms up at Annandale. 130 Falls Church outscored Woodson by one in the final three quarters, but Woodson’s pro- like first quarter carried them over the jags, 64-52. The Cavaliers unleashed a devastating 27 point quarter to start the game with their big men doing the scoring. The Jaguars then started to hustle and they matched the much taller Cavaliers. Ray Hanley and George Hall get ready to receive as Jim Fitts jumps against Woodson. Jefferson.72 Falls Church.52 The Colonials probably played their best game of the season in this one as they blew the Jaguars off the court by 20 points. Down by as much as twenty points at times the Jaguars were not able to get their offense going while Jefferson played a fantastic game on defense. George Hall waits for a pass from Carl Lansdown. 131 Falls Church J.V. Basketball Opponent 69 Marshall 68 70 Robinson 66 35 Madison 37 53 Fort Hunt 57 51 McLean 43 58 O’Connell 59 46 Fairfax 42 56 Stuart 43 50 Washington-Lee 41 47 Yorktown 55 60 Annandale 53 44 Robinson 51 55 Woodson 50 41 Jefferson 70 38 Fairfax 55 50 Stuart 46 50 Stuart 46 56 Hay field 65 61 Annandale 62 Alan Short shoots from the baseline during the game against Jefferson. J.V. Basketball: First Row — James Menger, John Bell, Ted Peterson, McMillen, David Paquette, Russell Gilroy, Tom Harrington, Alan John Flather, Bruce McDaniel, Greg Lewis. Second Row — John Short, Douglas Woolf, Timothy Stanley, Joe Weber. 132 Freshman Basketball: First Row — Tim Shay, Eric Keller, Orrin Long, Row — Jim Steckbeck, Dave Yarbourough, Dwight Hayes, Joe Darcey, Gary Mountjoy, Gary Kraynocki, Jay Zeigler, Jimmy Welsh. Second Stuart MeAW, Bill Hall, Neal Krysinski, Mr. Bennett, Coach. Lack Of Height Plagues Teams Lay ups and foul shots The J.V. made a good effort but came through winning only 59% of their games Consistently close scores Feelings of antagonism caused many resignations on the Frosh squad Inadequate height hindered the teams Both squads showed spirit and enthusiasm despite losses The will to win . . . J.V. Basketball Freshmen Basketball Freshmen Basketball Falls Church Opponent 40 Robinson 37 29 Jefferson 33 37 Stuart 51 32 Annandale 52 30 Woodson 51 33 Robinson 59 23 Fairfax 50 32 Jefferson 52 27 Stuart 59 24 Annandale 51 22 Woodson 69 33 Fairfax 49 133 Jim Baird works for an escape. Varsity Posts Best Team Record 10-1-1 Spotlights highlighting the home matches Two Wrestlers remaining undefeated throughout the entire season Hosting the district tournaments Three seniors, Donny Smith, Sam Cobert and Steve Friend, becoming District champs Nine wrestlers going to regional tournaments Experience benefiting the team and helping it to become No. 2 in the district Something to be proud of . . . Varsity Wrestling Sam Colbert struggles desperately to overcome his opponent in Although he appears in trouble, John Schmidtke controlled the match, the Regional Tournaments. 134 Sid Lee reverses his opponent. Donnie Smith works his way through Regionals to State. Ronnie Crum tries to turn his man over for the pin. 135 Varsity Wrestling Falls Church Opponent 29 Yorktown 17 20 McLean 26 45 Rovinson 7 33 Mount Vernon 14 19 Woodson 19 40 Annandale 15 30 Jefferson 15 24 Madison 21 27 Stuart 15 39 Oakton 9 37 Edison 11 50 Farifax 4 Ed Maynard waits for the referee’s whistle. Steve Friend pins his way to another State Championship. 136 Ted Lanpher comes out the victor. Bob Russell starts his match with a takedown. 137 Varsity Wrestling: First Row — Carl O’Malley, Eddie Maynard, John Lee, Donnie Smith, Ronnie Crum, Ted Lanpher, Sam Colbert, Bob Russell. Second Row — Bill Welch, John Schmidtke, James Baird, Steve Friend, Maury Saunders, Sid Lee. Third Row — Allen Flynn, Lenny Perroots, Jim Floskins, Mark Head. Jackie Utz practices for the next wrestling match. 138 Falls Church Varsity Wrestling Opponent 29 Yorktown 17 20 McLean 26 45 Rovinson 7 33 Mount Vernon 14 19 Woodson 19 40 Annandale 15 30 Jefferson 15 24 Madison 21 27 Stuart 15 39 Oakton 9 37 Edison 11 50 Fairfax 4 Falls Church J.V. Wrestling Opponent 22 Yorkstown 34 9 McLean 43 24 Robinson 33 37 Mount Vernon 18 41 Woodson 12 42 Annandale 13 42 Jefferson 24 6 Madison 55 30 Stuart 31 45 Oakton 14 40 Edison 17 32 Fairfax 14 J.V. Learns New Techniques Escapes and take downs Learning to put moves into practice during a match Pins and reversals Getting experience that will prove an invaluable aid next year Some Saturday morning matches Struggling to get body and mind simultaneously co-ordinated Getting better as the season progressed . . . J.V. Wrestling J.V. Wrestling: First Row — Reggie Gillis, Gerald Howard, Tom Passino, Bob Magill, David Hershey, Francis Palmer, Jackie Utz. Sec¬ ond Row — Terry Woodward, Rick Burkhart, Chuck Sisler, John Webber, Mike Weber, Dwight Hoskins, John Craver, Daniel Thomas. Third Row — Rick Yassine, Steve Boyer, Steve Perroots, David Lau, Jay Proctor, John Leone, Archie Payne, Pete Pometto. 139 Varsity Baseball: First Row — Bob Dunn, Carroll Craig, Norm John Brocato. Third Row — Coach Larsen, Ron Buckley, Kenny Balderson, Glenn Sansing, Mike LaCasse, Mike Hamner. Second Row Utterback, Jeff Hutchins, Bob Ratchford, Mark Bray, Armana — Alan Short, Joie Jacobs, Joe Sieve, Bruce Hecker, Claude Cragle, DePalma. Experience Benefits Varsity Team Batting and catching Returning lettermen adding the experience that is so vital to a winning team Fielding and sliding Putting in long hours of practice getting ready for the games Improving pitching skills Feeling confident and assured that this will be a great year for them Working toward victory . . . Varsity Baseball 140 Armand DePalma is tagged out by Ron Buckley. Varsity Baseball March 28 Jefferson April 4 Stuart April 7 Robinson April 8 Annandale April 11 Woodson April 14 Fairfax April 15 Oakton April 18 Jefferson April 25 Robinson April 28 Annandale April 29 Woodson May 2 Fairfax May 5 Jefferson May 6 Stuart May 9 Navy Plebes May 12 Stuart May 13 Robinson May 16 Annandale May 19 Woodson May 23 Fairfax Mike LaCasse prepares to hit a homer. 141 J.V. Team Rebuilds Becoming accustomed to hard work Young untried Frosh replacing those who moved up to the varsity Practicing to improve their batting averages Getting back in shape after the long winter respite Pitching and bunting Trying to model themselves and their skills after the varsity squad Building a team for the future . . . Junior Varsity Baseball The ball is batted down the third base line by Ken Utterback. Jeff Hutchins displays excellent form in batting. 142 JV Baseball March 28 April 4 April 7 April 8 April 11 April 14 April 18 April 22 April 25 April 28 April 29 May 2 May 5 May 12 May 13 May 16 May 19 May 23 Jefferson Stuart Robinson Annandale Woodson Fairfax Jefferson Stuart Robinson Annandale Woodson Fairfax Jefferson Stuart Robinson Annandale Woodson Fairfax Norm Balderson throws a curve ball. JV Baseball: First Row-— Mark Underwood, Bruce McDaniel, Clarke Palmer, David Arey, David Tew. Second Row— James Wade, Wayne Loveless, Gregg Hastings, Scott Southee, Tom Black. Third Row — Steve Dunn, Jay Proctor, Rick Burkhart, Robert CocJiran, Greg Lewis. Fourth Row — Dwight Hayes, Joe Darcey, Howard Parker, Randy Wade, Bernie Pazanowsld. Fifth Row — Craig Simounet, Coach Herb, Steve Boyer. Tim McCormack gets in shape for the cross country team. Cindermen Have Tough Season Shotput and discus 50 yard dashes, 100 yard dashes and long distance runs Being supported by numerous underclassmen Triple jumping, high jumping and excitingly dangerous pole vaulting Hurdles and relays Cross Country winning only two of their six meets More than just running . . . Cross Country Track Falls Church Cross-Country Opponent 38 Jefferson 27 40 Stuart 18 47 Woodson 17 19 Fairfax 39 25 Annandale 27 Cross Country: First Row — Bob Simko, Mark Waymack, Bob Vogel, Robin Shepley, Arthur Eckert, Dave Zimmerman. Jeffrey Custer, Larry Gazes. Second Row — Tim McCormack, 144 Track Team: First Row— Robert Day, Vincent Juliano, Robin Shepley, Mike Hyatt. Second Row — Mark Waymack, Carl Lansdown, Joe Ragland, T.D. McCormack, John Schmidtke, Robby Simko. Third Row — Mike Weber, Joe Montminy, Bud Downey, Ceasar Chester, Gil Lunsford, Jimmy Oliver. Fourth Row — Larry Sazes, Malcolm O’Shields, Pat Layland, Mike Christos, Craig Davis, Mike Rutherford, Paul Vogel, Jack Stokely. Fifth Row — Mark Greene, Gary Mountjoy, Richard Meyer, Kevin Tyrell. Sixth Row — William Fioramonti, Jeff Custer, David Lau, Tim Stanley, Glenn Carraway, Tom Francis, Ronnie Caylor. Varsity Track Field March 24 Barringer Relays April 5 Stuart April 7 District Relays April 12 Fairfax April 14 Robinson April 19 Jefferson April 21 Fairfax City Meet April 26 Woodson May 10 Frosh-Soph Meet May 12 District Meet May 19 Regional Meet May 26 State Meet The Track team limbers up for a big meet. 145 Soccer Team: First Row — Scott Atkins, Manager; Stephen Baskerville, Fred Claridge, Guy Almodovar, Stan Reed, Darrell En¬ glish, Carlos Garcis, Jo Evans. Second Row — Neal Aker, Mr. Thomas, Coach; Bill Jordan, Steve Eiserman, Dider Segui, Ronald Araujo, Capt.; Alberto Delgado, Mike Olson, Paul Macdonald, Dee Keys. Third Row — Juan Arbelaez, Wayne Reedy, John Ahearn, Mike Sellers, Bob Wilson, Steve Sellers, Jim Olson, Jim Weiner. Fourth Row— “Flash " Gordon Jones, Jerrell Todd. Varsity Soccer March 16 Groveton March 23 Jefferson March 30 Langley April 6 Stuart April 13 Robinson April 20 Annandale April 27 Woodson May 4 Fairfax Varsity Tennis March 28 Washington Lee April 3 Lee April 4 Herndon April 12 Stuart April 17 Robinson April 18 Madison April 19 Annandale April 24 Woodson April 25 Edison April 26 Fairfax May 3 Jefferson 146 Spring Sports Strive For Improved Record Spring brings out rackets and soccer balls Soccer begins it’s first full year as a varsity sport after being a boy’s club activity The team trying to w in all eight games A twenty two man squad trying to gain experi¬ ence to overcome beginning weaknesses The tennis roster includes many underclassmen Practicing slams, serves, returns and volley’s in the sweltering heat Striving to be recognized . . . Skip Shackelford winds up for the serve. Soccer Tennis Tennis Team: First Row — Robert Bailey, Pete Pometto, James Hajec, Greg Yermack, Skip Shackelford, Richard Vinson. Second Row — Edmund Corrothers, Loren Walck, Tony Pometto, David Hartell, Rob¬ ert Shackelford, Dale Skaskiw, Jeff Place, Terry Ingalsbe. 147 Golf And Rifle Teams Search For Practice Area Varsity Golf March 20 Hayfield April 3 Quantico April 4 Invitational April 10 Woodson April 14 Fairfax April 21 Jefferson April 24 Annandale April 28 Stuart May 1 Robinson May 5 Quantico Falls Church Rifle Opponent 1029 Herndon 859 1052 Stuart 1126 1038 Fort Hunt 1143 1020 Lee 1048 1028 Yorktown 1123 994 Washington Lee 1010 Golf: First Row— A1 Cioffi, Mike Hanley. Second Row— Ray Hanley, Pete Sparks, Jim Menger. 148 Rifle: First Row— Terry Mella, Stan Reed, Tom Adison. Second Row — Ken Gay, Bill Jordan, Keith Kennedy, Doug Feight. Members of the rifle team prepare for practice Being bolstered by new members Overcoming rainy weather and finding a place to practice were all problems to be faced Continually trying to improve their scores Perfecting their putting, driving and gaining new skills that will prove invaluable Learning the use and care of firearms Traveling all the way to Fort Meyer to a shooting range Individuals competing for the team . . . Golf Rifle 149 Varsity Hockey Has A Successful Year A team effort Having problems getting together yet overcoming them to make it a successful year Working toward one goal Learning to depend on each other for much needed help A story told in bru ises and bumps Playing together as a thirteen girl unit in order to defeat their opponent A good year for . . . Hockey Varsity Hockey Falls Church 1 Edison Opponent 1 1 Robinson 0 0 Madison 1 0 Annandale 0 1 Woodson 0 0 Jefferson 1 2 Fairfax 1 1 Stuart 2 Miss Hammerle briefs the Varsity Hockey team on the strategy of the game. First Row— Sandy Steele, Bonny Batt, Sue Stearns, Kathy Schoellig (co-captain), Ann Nichols (co-captain), Claire DuBois, Stephanie Araujo, Debbie Beall, Dee Ann Chugg, Lee Hepler, Debbie Schaffer, Painter. Second Row — Karen Olivola, Carmen Tercero, Mariza Manager; Miss Hammerle, Coach. mwrnnmmammmm MMiiinl « r ' K ____J _ First Row — Betsy McGowan, Dee Dee Harnage, Diane Beall, Sue Cathy Eiserman, Miss Reynolds, coach; Pam Erwin, Debbie Flynn, Martha Joseph, Teresa Kobayashi, Kathy Anderson, Sherry Wooldridge, Lisa Mastropolo, Cheryl Andrews. Rose. Second Row — Kaye Pignotti, Liz Woodside, Doreen Sheply, ►w iWi ’wifltt NHL i ||— : ’• - A: % J.V. Tried Hard Falls Church 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 J.V. Hockey Edison Robinson Madison Annandale Woodson Jefferson Fairfax Stuart Opponent 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 Debbie Wooldridge guards the goal. Claire DuBois recaptures the ball as team mate Debbie Beall awaits a pass. Varsity Basketball: First Row — Kathryn Schoellig, Co-Capt.; Gail Debbie Lucas, Trisha Levitt, Miss Reynolds, Coach; Katie Flynn, Duncan, Co-Capt. Second Row — Lisa Williams, Barbara Major, Pam VanderHyden, Karen Nordstrom. J.V. Basketball: First Row — Cathy Lewis, Co-Capt.; Mrs. Cicucci, Coach; Pam Erwin, Co-Capt. Second Row — Leslie Gallahan, Manager; Teresa Kobayashi, Cheryl Andrew, Helene Knight, Amber Day, Debbie Wooldridge, Martha Joseph, Kathy Anderson, Debbie Schaffer, Manager. Not Pictured— Debbie Bollo. 152 J.V. And Varsity Lack Needed Experience Shooting and rebounding Learning to put different defenses into practice Playing by the boys’ rules Many underclassmen gaining experience that hopefully will improve on this year’s record Passing and dribbling Lacking that elusive something that opens the door to a victory Looking forward to better seasons . . . J.V. Basketball Varsity Basketball Varsity Basketball Falls Church Opponent 28 Jefferson 52 36 Woodson 51 32 Robinson 30 27 Annandale 73 40 Stuart 49 43 Jefferson 56 52 Fairfax 63 68 Woodson 48 31 Robinson 31 J.V. Basketball Falls Church Opponent 17 Jefferson 36 21 Woodson 45 12 Robinson 19 14 Annandale 32 9 Stuart 23 24 Jefferson 42 Katie Flynn takes a jump shot as the others look on. Kathy Schoellig jumps high to get a tip on the ball. 153 m 4%5 ■ . Pam Erwin attempts to hit the ball. Varsity JV Softball April 18 April 20 April 25 April 27 May 2 May 4 May 8 May 11 May 16 May 19 Annandale Stuart Lee Edison Robinson Woodson Oakton Fairfax Fort Hunt Jefferson Varsity Softbalh First Row — Debbie Erwin, Kathy Schollig, Phelns, Barbara Major, Judy Inman. Third Row — Sue Miss Weisgerber, Coach; Kathy Klewicki, Gail Duncan. Sec- Genduso, Sue Ball, Sue Hughs, Judy Rodman, Donna Foltz, ond Row — Kathy Anderson, Carmen Tercerro, Karen Sherry Trussel. 154 Softball Faces Uncertain Season JV Softball: First Row — Diane Ward, Theresa Kobayashi, Patti Chitos, Vicki Stride, Sue Flynn. Second Row — Amber Day, Leslie Gallahan, Michele Dowler, Terry Genduso, Janet Bounds, Debi Jones. Third Row — Debi Schaffer, Kathy Eiserman, Linda Johnston, Pam Erwin, Sherry Rose, Miss Hammerle, Coach. Getting ready for the spring season Outstanding freshmen trying to make the Junior Varsity team for the first time Overcoming difficulties under the coaching of Miss Hammerle and Miss Weisgerber For the varsity— many returning letterwomen Precision pitching and base running Trying to put together teams to equal or surpass the success of the previous years Working together . . . Varsity Softball Junior Varsity Softball Michele Dowler squints to see the ball. 155 Girls Get In Shape For Track Season Hurdles and relays Working out sore, strained, pulled and over worked muscles Softball and discus throw Breaking in the newcomers to the sport with long hours of training Knowing the importance of the start Mentally preparing for each meet with the emphasis on winning Girls in a man’s sport . . . Pam Schaffer jumps high for good yardage in the Broad jump. Girls Track Girls Track: First Row — Miss Reynolds, Coach; Pam Schaffer, Martha Debbie Joseph, Kathy Lewis. Third Row — Lorrain Mendoza, Lisa Joseph, Dale Schifflet. Second Row — Karen Olivola, Diane Bealle, Mastropaolo, Doreen Shepley. 156 Gymnastics: First Row — Miss Hammerle, Coach: Wendy Weaver, Co- Capt.; Sandy Small, Capt.; Sue Welch, Co-Capt. Second Row — Barbara Horton, Elfrieda Revis, Sherry Daniels, Mary Birch, Julie Wilson, Debbie Beall. Third Row — Lee Hepler, Manager; Nancy Samuelson, Pam Schaffer, Carolyn Bradd, Barbara Slominski, Vicki Tew, Dianne Beall. Fourth Row — Sue Geuder, Denise Taylor, Cindy Weaver, Kim Farrington, Karen Phelps, Debbie Williams, Kaye Pignotti. ML HU 1 lP f 1W JPsi iffnfli 9 L W . 33k M. ' MsSHI Gymnastics Team Gymnastics Marshall.68 Falls Church.59 Stuart .8 Falls Church.66 Oakton .44 Marshall.33 Annandale.88 Falls Church.41 Washington-Lee.34 Expanding the team ' s number Balance beam, vaulting, uneven parallel bars and tumbling Winning their first meet Twenty-four girls working together to form a presicion unit Competing in the toughest district in the state Giving a gymnastic demonstration to interest the school A new sport for FC . . . Gymnastics Mary Birch displays perfect form on the balance beam. Sherry Daniels mounts the parrell bars to begin her routine. 157 Varsity Gets It All Together Endless practices and meetings Bravely standing out in the cold to cheer the football team on to a victory Initiating a bonfire Caring enough to put a lot of effort even into little things like locker stickers Sponsoring Pride Week Working together to create clever ideas that promote school spirit More than just glamor . . . The Varsity Cheerleaders Kathy Klewicki Captain: Carinne Binda Mary McGraw Sherry Daniels Co-Captain: Debbie Williams Mari Douglas Nancy Cowan Wanda Jackson Marcie Hascall J.V. and Frosh Squads Work Together Trying to get together Learning from their mistakes and continually improving their performance Decorating the boys locker room Giving deserved recognition to otherwise unnoticed teams Baking goodies for the athletes Adding to one squad with plans to expand the other at the end of the year Gaining experience . . . The J.V. and Frosh Cheerleaders J.V. Cheerleader Lynn Griggs kneels for Battle Cry. ICH SCHOOL First Row — Judy Dellas, Captain; Terry Crow, Judy Rodman, Co-Capt. Second Row — Jan Anthony, Lee Ann Walters, Donna Shine, Delores Tyree, Lynn Griggs. 160 J.V. Cheerleaders Terry Crow, Jan Anthony and Delores Tyree rest during halftime. First Row — Diane Ward, Co-Capt.; Diane Epling, Capt. Second Row — Debbie McKinney, Evelyn Jackson, Marina Evans, Terry Genduso, Patti Gilroy, Linda Rhigger. Debbie McKinney concentrates on drawing her locker stickers. 161 Wm mm ents The ingredients that make Falls Church High School what it is Brenda Albert — Vice-President Mindy Hatton — Cabinet Officer Donna Morrison — Treasurer 166 A Delightful Homecoming Begins Senior Year Achieving a long awaited status Working for an original float and coming up with a winning Toucan Experimenting with a lounge Scholarships given by the class to some of their college bound members A profitable Sadie Hawkins Trying to find one common denominator that will bring everyone together. Looking forward to graduation . . . The Senior Class Debi Smith — President Winnie Roy— Secretary 167 Valerie Jean Agnelli Brenda Cheryl Albert Jeanne Marie Alsagar Dianne Elizabeth Amon Daniel Carl Anderson Ronaldo B. Araujo Ellen Marie Armstrong Scott Lewis Awtretrong Frank Atchison Curtis Baker Marilyn Baker Karen Lynne Bales Lounge Proves Karen Williams works on Pride Week dec¬ orations. Rosemary Sullivan caught in the act. 168 Failure VALERIE JEAN AGNELLI — “Val” — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; SG Parliamen. 4; Hockey 1; Tennis 3. BRENDA CHERYL ALBERT — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; French HS 1,2,3; Keyettes 3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 4; SG Sen. 1,2,3; Class Trea$. 3; Class VP 4. JEANNE MARIE ALSAGER — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Science Club 4, Sec.-Treas. 3,4; FHA 1,2,3; GAA 1,2; SEA 3; Model UN 3,4; Campus Life 3,4; AFS 4; Lit. Mag. 4; Drama Club 4. DIANNE ELIZABETH AMON — VICA 2,3, VP 4; GAA 1. DANIEL CARL ANDERSON — “Danny” — DE 3,4; Wrestling 1,2; Football 1,2. RONALDO G. ARAUJO— Soccer 1,2,3,4. ELLEN MARIE ARMSTRONG — “Gabby” — NJHS 1,2; FHA 1; Cheerleading Co-Capt. 2; FBLA 4. JAMES ELWOOD BAIRD — “Jim” — Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3. KAREN LYNNE BALES —TABS 2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4. EUGENE BALUN — Cross Country 1,2 ; Track 1,2,4; Wrestling 1,2,3. DWIGHT DAVID BARKES — VICA 3,4. “What are we doing in here?” asks Joan Mason of Don Miller. Eugene Baiun Dwight David Barkes Craig Beamer Donna Bell 169 BRUCE EDWARD BEL YEA — Symphonic Marching Band 1,2,3- WILLIAM CHARLES BERG — “Bill” — Symphonic Marching Bands 1,2,3,4; All- Reg. Band 1,2,3; All-County Band 3. DONNA MARIE BICKHAM — VICA 2, VP 3,4. JOHN SHANE BIDDLE — Football 1,2. DIETER V. BILLICK — Astronomy Club 2; Intra. Basketball 2; Arm Wrestling 4. CARINNE SOLANGE BINDA — “Reeny” — Keyettes 3; French HS 1,2,3,4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; SCA Sen. 2; Cheerleading 1, Capt. 2,3, Capt. 4; Christmas Court 2; Sweetheart 2; Homecoming Court 3; “Most School Spirited”. DENISE ANN BISCHOF — Swim Team 1; Jaguar Journal 1,2. RICHARD LEE BJORKLUND — “Rick” — Band 2; Soccer 2, Capt. 3,4; SEA 2,3; Campus Life 3,4; Key Club 3,4; Model UN 4; Lit. Mag. 4. STEPHEN ALAN BLALOCK — “Steve” — Track 1,2,3; Band 1,2; Football 2; Cross Country 3. ROBIN MCCRAY BOTKIN — Civitans 4. ROBERT BROOKE BOWMAN — “Bob” — NJHS 1. PHILLIP LESLIE BOZARTH — “Phil” — NJHS 1,2; AFS 2,3,4; Cross Country 3; Yearbook 4; Jaguar Journal 4; Photography Club 4. DEBORA JEAN BRANDT — “Debbie” — Keyettes 2,3,4; Campus Life 2,3,4; Class Rep. 2; SG Sen. 3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3; Chap. 4; French HS 2,3,4; Sweetheart Court 3; Homecoming Court 4. Frank Bellefeville Bruce Edward Belyea William Charles Berg Michael Berryhill Donna Marie Bickham Dietter V. Billick Carinne Solange Binda Denise Ann Bischof CHARLES JOHN BROCKMAN — NJHS 1,2; Key Club 2,3,4; Marching Concert Bands 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . 170 Richard Lee Bjorklund Linda Blake Stephen Alan Blalock Alice Lynn Blumer Debbie Boaze Gail Bobbitt Lucy Boland Robin McCray Botkin Robert Brooke Bowman Debora Jean Brandt Phillip Leslie Bozarth Charles John Brockman Seniors Vote on Class Gift Mark Sipe tries to concentrate while Sohna Sallah gabs on the phone. JoAnn R. Brooks Vickie Ann Bryan Brenda Lynn Brown Eric Steven Buck Carl Bucklin Barry Warren Bugg John William Bugg Gary Bryant Bunch JOANN R. BROOKS — Bi-Racial Com. 2,3; Human Relations Council 4. BRENDA LYNN BROWN — GAA 1; FBLA 3, Pres. 4; Class Rep. 3. VICKIE ANN BRYAN — GAA 1; TABS 2; German Club 2; FBLA 3, Treas. 4. ERIC STEVEN BUCK—“Ric” — Track 3,4. BARRY WARREN BUGG — NJHS 1,2; Drama Club 2; Yearbook Bus. Mgr. 4. JOHN WILLIAM BUGG — Football 1; Basketball 2. GARY BRYANT BUNCH — Football 1,2. SUZANNE EVE BUTRON — “Sue” — Band 3,4; Campus Life 2; FHA 4. JUDITH ANN BUSSLER — “Judy” — Keyettes 3,4; AFS 3; Basketball 1; Hockey 2; Math Team 4; It’s Aca¬ demic 4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Band 2,3; Class VP 2; SG VPCA 4; Choir 1,2; FTA 1,2; DAR Award; “Most Likely To Succeed”. EUGENE LEWIS CARLISLE — Band 1,2,3,4; Astron. Club 1. PATRICI A DEANE CARRIER — “Patsy — Drama Club 1,2,3,4. KEN WAYNE CHARLES — Wrestling 1; Cross Country 1. The best part of the day is reading the comics. 172 Cheryl Anne Burroway Suzanne Eve Burton Judith Ann Bussler Wendy Jeanne Cain “What do you mean you don’t like my doodles?” says Ray Hanley. Eugene Lewis Carlisle Ken Wayne Charles Patricia Deane Carrier Harry Chester 173 Karen Mary Christie Steven Martin Clutz Susan Jeane Clarke Samuel Edward Cobert KAREN MARY CHRISTIE — NJHS 1; Band 1,2; GAA 1; Track 1,2; Volleyball 1, Capt. 2; SCA Rep. 1,2; Legis. 3,4; VICA 3,4; “Wolfgal”. SUAN JEANE CLARK— “Sue” — NJHS 1,2; FHA 3. STEVEN MARTIN CLUTZ — Band 1,2,3. SAMUEL EDWARD COBERT — “Sam” —NJHS 1,2; Wrestling 2,3,4; Astronomy Club 1. JAMES CLAYTON CODDINGTON — “Jimbo” — Civitans 3,4; Golf 1,2,3,4. KENNETH DAVID COGAN — “Dave” — NJHS 1; Track 1,3; Football 1,2; Civitans 3,4; “Wittiest”. SUSAN ELIZABETH COLLINS — “Sue” — GAA 1. EDWIN R. CONRAD — “Randy” — Rifle Club 1,2,3. RICHARD FERGUSON COOPER — “Rick” — SEA VP 2,3; Cave Club 4; “Most Likely to Succeed”. WILLIS CARROLL CRAIG — “C.C.” — Civitans 3,4; Football 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4. RONALD GRACIEN CRUM — “Duck” — Civitans 2,3, Chap. 4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Football 1; Baseball 2. JANET ELAINE CRUSE — NHS 3,4; TABS 3, VP 4. DAVID CURRLE— “Dave” — Concert Choir 1; Base¬ ball 2. James Clayton Coddington Kenneth David Cogan Jeffrey David Cole Susan Elizabeth Collins Ronald Compton Edwin R. Conrad Richard Ferguson Cooper Willis Carroll Craig 174 Patrica Creel Janet Elaine Cruse David Currie Sharon Yvonne Daniels WITTIEST — Shelley Flynn and Dave Cogan Ronald Gracien Crum Linda Christel Cull John Michael Curtin Michele Louise Darcey 175 Debra Rae Davis Robert Wilson Day Robert Allen DeGroot Loretta Ann Dejarnette Felix B. Delgado Geraldine Ann Dellas Gregory Gerard DePalma Cheryl Kathrine Derrow JOHN MICHAEL CURTIN — “Mike” — NJHS 1, Treas. 2; NHS 3,4; French HS 2,3. SHARON YVONNE DANIELS — “Sherry” — Cheerleading 2,3,4; SCA Sen. 1,2,3; Softball 1,2,3; NJHS 2; NHS 3,4; Gymnastics 4; GAA 1,4. MICHELE LOUISE DARCEY — “Micki” — NJHS 1; NHS 3,4; Starlyttes 1; Keyettes 4. DEBRA RAE DAVIS — “Debbie” — GAA 1; FHA 3,4; SEA 3; Campus Life 2,3,4; YFC 1,2; NHS 3,4. ROBERT WILSON DAY — Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2; Civitans 2,3,4. ROBERT ALLEN DEGROOT — “Bob” — Wrestling 1,2,3. LORETTA ANN DEJARNETTE — TABS 2,3,4. FELIX B. DELGADO — French HS 4. GERALDINE ANN DELLAS — “Geri” — Civinettes 2,3, Hist. 4; Sweetheart Court 3. GREGORY GERARD DEPALMA — Baseball 2; Intra. Club 1,2. CHERYL KATHRINE DERROW — “Sherry” — Art Club 1; TABS 4. REETA SHARON DESKINS — Bi-Racial Group; Human Relations Council 3,4. W. HARRY DICKERSON — Band 1,2,3,4; Cave Club 2,3, Pres. 4; Wrestling 1; NHS 3,4; Key Club 3,4. SUSAN EILEEN DODD — “Sue” — Art Club 1; GAA 1; Drama Club 2; SEA 3; Campus Life 3,4; Model UN 4; Lit. Mag. 4; NJHS 1,2. BRIAN KEVIN DOLAN — NJHS 1,2; NHS 4; Basketball 1,2; Civitans 3,4. DOUGLAS EDWARD DOUGET— “Doug” — VICA 1. MARIANNE DOUGLAS — “Mari” — Cheerleading 1,2,3,4; SCA Sen. 1,2; Sweetheart Court 4. HARRY LEE DOWNEY — “Buddy” — Band 1,2,3; Track 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Football 3. CLAIRE MARIE DUBOIS — Swim Club 1,2; Hockey 2,3,4; GAA 2,3,4; Class Cab. Officer 2; Keyettes 2,3, VP 4; SCA Rep. 1,2; FBLA 3. GAIL LOUISE DUNCAN — Civinettes 3, Treas. 4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Softball 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, Capt. 4; Band 1,2; Hockey Mgr. 4. DEBORAH LEE ERWIN — “Debbie” — GAA 1; Drama Club, Softball 2,3,4; Class Sec. 3. DIANE LILLIAN FINDLEY — Marching Concert Bands 1,2,3; Art Club 1; Drama Club 1,2. 176 W. Harry Dickerson Segui Didier Susan Eileen Dodd Brian Kevin Dolan Douglas Edward Douget Marianne Douglas Harry Lee Downey Linda Dreisonstok Claire Marie DuBois Gail Louise Duncan Susan Lee Dyer Cecil Enright Deborah Lee Erwin Lynne Fallon Diane Lillian Findley James Warren Fitts 177 Superlative Seniors Honored By Class JAMES WARREN FITTS — “Jimmy” — Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2; Civitans 2,3,4. SHELLEY JEAN FLYNN — Keyettes 3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; “Daisy Mae”; Wittiest”. FRANCESCA CAROLYN FORD — “Francie” — FBLA Hist. 4. ANN MARIE FORTUNE — FBLA Parliament 3,4; SCA Rep. 1. DALE ALLEN FOSNIGHT — “Foz” — Football 1,2; Swim Club 2; NJHS 1,2; Concert Choir 3,4; “Honest Abe”. JEAN ELIZABETH FOSTER — “Jeani” — Band 1,2,3,4; Gymnastics 4. ROSEMARY GAIL FRANK — Art Club 2; AFS 3,4; SEA 3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4. ROGER STERLING FRASER — “Roge”— Football 1; Lighting Technician 1. DENNIS ALBERT FRAVEL — Marching Symphonic Bands 1,2,3,4; NJHS 2. HERBERT EDDIE FRAZIER — “Eddie” — Basketball 1 . STEVE DENIS FRIEND — Civitans 2,3,4; Track 1,2; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; “Most Athletic”; Football 1,2,3,4. ALAN FRANKLIN FUNKHOUSER — Wrestling 2; Civitans 3,4; Football 1,2,3. GARY LEE FYOCK—“George Fork” — Band 1,2,3. GWEN GALE — Marching Band 1,2,3. LYNN GRAY GARDNER — Chorus 2; Civinettes 3,4; Gymnastics 4; Majorette 1,2,3,4. Lisa Marie Ford Ann Marie Fortune Dale Allen Fosnight Jean Elizabeth Foster 178 Rosemary Gail Frank Roger Sterling Fraser Dennis Albert Fravel Herbert Eddie Frazier Steve Denis Friend Gwen Gale Jack Lloyd Galloway Alan Franklin Funkhouser Karen June Gallion Lynn Gray Gardner Gary Lee Fyock Sharon Foxwell 179 Cheryl Ann Geisler Cynthia R. Gentry Craig Victor Geoffrion Mindy Ann Gilroy Donald Fred Gladden Robert Gale Glahn Barry Alan Goldman Kim Denise Greenquist Summer Rummage Sale Adds To Class Treasury CHERYL ANN GEISLER — Jaguar Journal 1,2; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Campus Life 2,3,4; Spanish HS 3, VP 4; SEA 2,3; Lit. Mag. 3,4; Science Club 1,2; It’s Academic 4. CYNTHIA R. GENTRY — “Cindy” — TABS 2.3. VP 4; SCA Sen. 1. CRAIG VICTOR GEOFFRION — Drama Club 2,3,4; Thespians 2, Sec. 3,4; “Charley’s Aunt 1 ; “South Pacific”; “The Madwomen of Chaillot”; “The Boyfriend”; “Dark of the Moon”; “Blazing Guns of Roaring Gulch”; “Bald Soprano”; “The Matchmaker”; “Once Upon a Matress”; “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”; “Most Talented”. MINDY ANN GILROY — “Silent One” — Drama 1,2; GAA 1,2; TABS 3,4; Astronomy Club 1,2; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4. ROBERT GALE GLAHN — Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3; Symphonic Band 4; Key Club 2,3, Treas. 4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4. BARRY ALAN GOLDMAN — Wrestling 2,3; Football Mgr. 4. KIM DENISE GREENQUIST — Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; TABS 3.4. MITCHELL ALAN GREESS — “Mitch” — Cave Club 1,2, Treas. 3; Campus Life 2,3,4; Drama Club 3; Lit. Mag. 3, Bus. Mgr. 4; Math Team Capt. 4; It’s Academic 4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Spanish HS 1,2,3, Sec.-Treas. 4. JAMES MATTHEW GROGER — “Jim” — NJHS 1; NHS 4. ALLEN WOODROW GROVES — NJHS 1; NHS 4; Math Team 4; Spanish HS 2; Key Club 3, VP 4; Band 1,2,3,4. CHERYL ANN GUERIN — “Cherie” — Swim Club 1; DECA 3,4. DONALD LEE HALL — “Donnie” — Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Civitans 3, VP 4. GEORGE ABBOTT HALL — Basketball 1,2,3,4; Civitans 3,4. MICHAEL SCOTT HAMNER — “Mike” — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Key Club 4; Baseball 2,3,4; Math Team 4. KATHLEEN ANN HANAFAN — “Kathy” — Drama Club 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2. RAY S. HANLEY — Basketball 1,2,3,4; Golf 1.2.3.4. 180 Mitchell Alan Greess Pamela Jo Elaine Gross James Matthew Groger Allen Woodrow Groves Cheryl Ann Guerin Donald Lee Hall George Abbott Hall Joy Ann Hall William Hall Michael Scott Hamner Kathleen Ann Hanafan Ray S. Hanley Mari Douglas waits for her Prince Charming. 181 W !f Third Year For Football SHELLEY ANN HARRIS — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Marching Band 3,4; SCA Sen. 1,2. WILLIAM DAVID HARTELL — “Dave” — NJHS 2; NHS 3, VP 4; German Club 2,3,4; Key Club 3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; Math Team 4; “It’s Ac¬ ademic” 4; Nat. Merit Semi-Final. 4. CHARLES JOSEPH HATTON — “Chuck” — DE 1,2; Football 2. MELINDA REID HATTON — “Mindy” — Keyettes 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Yearbook 3, Ast. Ed. 4; Class Cab. Officer 3,4; SCA 1,2,3; “Most Dependable”. ROY BENTON HAWKINS — “Ben” — Band 1,2,3,4; NJHS 2; NHS 3,4; Spanish HS 3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; “It’s Academic” 4; All-Reg. Band 2,3,4; All-State 3,4; Nat. Merit Semi-Final 4. Most Talented — Craig Geoffrion and Myra Oney Teresa Hanrahan Wendy Hare Gregory Harrell Mary Katnleen Harrington Charles Michael Harris Shelley Ann Harris Robyn Hart William David Hartell Melinda Reid Hatton Roy Benton Hawkins 182 Field Graduation JOHN MARK HEAD — Wrestling 1,2,3,4. KENNETH EDSON HEATER — “Ken” — Key Club 2,3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; YFC Pres. 1, Band 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL PAUL HEINE — “Mike” — Track 1 . ROBERT ALLEN HELT — “Bobby” — ICT 3; DE Parlimen. 4. PAUL KEVIN HENNESY— SEA 2,3; Lit. Mag. Art Ed. 3,4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3.4. ANITA JEANNE HILL — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2; Symphonic Band 1,2. MARY KAY HOLLOWAY — “Mar” — Art Club 1; Drama Club 1,2,3, VP 4; Campus Life 4; Thespians 2,3,4; Lit Mag. 4; Key Club Mascot 4; “South Pacific”; “Bad Seed”; “Boyfriend”; “Dark of the Moon’ “Midsummers Night Dream”. JOANNE MARIE HOLMAAS — “Jo” — GAA 1; Cave Club 2; SCA Sen. 1,2; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Lit. Mag; Art Ed. 3, Editor 4. John Mark Head Kenneth Edson Heater Michael Paul Heine Robert Allen Helt Paul Kevin Hennesy LaVaun Marie Herndon Anita Jeanne Hill Juanita Jane Hogan Michael Shane Hollohan Mary Kay Holloway Joanne Marie Holmaas Sharon Holtzman 183 55ins Class Meetings Spark Diversified Opinions LESLIE JEAN HOOPER — Model UN 4. LYNN SUSAN HOPKINS — TABS 2, Hist. 3,4; GAA 1 . JEFFREY WALLACE HUTCHINS — “Jeff” — Base¬ ball 1,2,3,4. KATHRYN ELAINE HUTCHISON — “Kathy” — TABS 3, Sec. 4. MICHAEL W. HYATT— “Mike” — Football 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4. ARLENE AMY IHARA — Drama Club 2,3,4; SEA 2; Spanish HS 4; Thespians 2,3, Treas. 4; AFS Sec. 3, Pres. 4. TERRY EUGENE INGALSBE — Jaguar Journal 1; Yearbook 1; Intra. 1,2,3,4; Chess Club 3; Ski Club 3; Pep Club 3; Art Club 2,3; Football 1. JOAN MARIE JANKOWSKI — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Spanish HS 3,4; Tennis 3; Astronomy Club 1. ROBERT GORDON JONES — Soccer Co-Capt. 2,3,4; Yearbook Sports Ed. 4. THOMAS DANIEL JONES — “Danny” — Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Campus Life 4. CAROL DIANE JORDAN — GAA 1; Basketball 1; Cave Club 2, Sec. 3, VP 4; SEA 3; NJHS 1,2; Campus Life 3,4. Leslie Jean Hooper Sorita Hooper Lynn Susan Hopkins John Ferguson Hunsberger James Hoskins Sydney Husby Robert Dale Hull Jeffrey Wallace Hutchins Alan Martin Hunsberger Kathryn Elaine Hutchison 184 Phil Bozarth examines his camera. What, you’re not going to your post?, demands Karen Christie. ur%vr ¥• ' ( Y Arlene Amy Ihara Joan Marie Jankowski Stanley Howard Jones Thomas Daniel Jones Terry Eugene Ingalsbe Robert Gordon Jones Susan Jones Carol Diane Jordan 185 DEBORAH ANN JOSEPH — “Debby” — GAA 1, Treas. 2, Pres. 4; Track 2,4; Basketball 1,2; SG Rep. 1; NJHS 2; NHS 4. VINCENT WILLIAM JULIANO — “Vince” — Track 3,4; Cross Country 3; Civitans 3,4. ADELE LYNN KEAY — NJHS 2; NHS 3,4; German Club 2. SHARON LEE KENNICK— FHA 1,2; Latin Club 1,2; FBLA 3,4; TABS 4. DARRYL RAY KEYS — “Dee” — German Club 3,4; Marching Concert Bands 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 3,4; Soccer Capt. 3,4. KYUNGHEE KIM — AFS 3,4; Basketball 3. KENNETH EDWARD KING —DE 3,4. DIANE AUDREY KIRBY — GAA 1; FBLA-3. PHILIP WAYNE KIRBY — “Flip” — Astron. Club 1; Jaguar Journal 2,3; Football 3. NANCY ELIZABETH KIRKLAND — “Red” — AFS 1,2; Majorettes 1,2,3,4; A’Cappella 2; Madrigals 3,4; All Reg. Choir 3,4; Majorette Club 1, Sec. 2,3,4; SG Sen. 1,2, Sec. 3, VP ECA 4; Keyettes 2,3,4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; French HS 2,3; Campus Life 2,3,4; “Little Mary Sunshine”; “South Pacific”. KATHLEEN ANN KLEWICKI — “Kathy” — Cheerleading 1,2,3,4; Softball 1, MVP 2,3,4; Sweet¬ heart Court 1; Christmas Court 2. THOMAS CLAYTON KLINE — “Tom” — NJHS 1; Chess Club 1; NHS 3,4; Photo Club 2,4; Jaguar Journal 3,4; Lit. Mag. 4. FREDRICK STANLEY KLINGEBIEL — “Rick” — Basketball 2,3. SHEILA JOYCE KNIGHT — GAA 1; Cave Club 2,3; Treas. 4. FORREST S. KOBAYASHI — NJHS 1,2; NHS 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Civitans 2,3, Treas. 4. Sharon Kennick daydreams about her date tonight. Deborah Ann Joseph Vincent William Juliano Margaret Ruth Kackley Adele Lynn Keay Cathy Keen Sharon Lee Kennick Darryl Ray Keys Kyunghee Kim 186 Early Departure For Lunch New Privilege During class, Nancy Samuelson chews on her favorite straw. Diane Audrey Kirby Nancy Elizabeth Kirkland Thomas Clayton Kline Sheila Joyce Knight Philip Wayne Kirby Kathleen Ann Klewicki Fredrick Stanley Forrest S. Kobayashi Klingebiel Linda Marie Kopach Mary Kraus Kathleen Faye Krein Bruce Carroll Kriner Cathy Marie Lane Gregory Buel Lanpher “What have I done?’’ questions Barry Smith. 188 Toucan Becomes Class Mascot KATHLEEN FAYE KREIN — “Kathy” — Band 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1; German Club 2,3,4; Majorette 1,2,3,4; NJHS 2; Gymnastics 2; Keyettes 3,4; FBLA 4. BRUCE CARROLL KRINER — Concert Chorus 4; Soccer 3,4. CATHY MARIE LANE — DECA Pres. 4. GREGORY BUEL LANPHER — “Greg” — Science Club 3, Pres. 4; Football 1,2,3,4; SEA 3; Wrestling 2,3; Track 1,2. CHARLES RAY LAWSON — Cave Club 3. CAMERON MIDDLE LEE — “Cam” — NJHS 2; NHS 4; Spanish HS 3,4. SIDNEY HOWARD LEE — “Sid” — Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Civitans 2,3, Pres. 4, “Best All Around”. DOROTHEA MARIA LEGRAND — “Doortje” — Marching Symphonic Bands 1,2,3,4; Track 1; SCA Sen. 1; French HS 1,2,3. STEPHEN ALLEN LETZKUS — “Steve” — O’Connel HS 1,2; Intra. Basketball 4. Jane Marie Lantz Patrick Lash Charles Ray Lawson Steve Michael Leaser Cameron Lee Sidney Howard Lee Dorothea Maria LeGrand Stephen Allen Letzkus 189 Diana P. Levin Cheryl Anne Lingar Debra L. List Nancy Little JoAnn Long Thomas Ray Lomax Kathy Susan Lorenzo Mary Lu MOST DEPENDABLE — Mindy Hatton and Tony Pometto DIANA P. LEVIN— NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; ICT 3. DEBRA L. LIST — “Debbie” — Civinettes 2,3, Sec. 4. THOMAS RAY LOMAX — “Troll” — SCA 1,2; Soccer 2; DE 3,4. KATHY SUSAN LORENZO — AFS 1; FHA 2, Treas. 3; Keyettes 3,4; GAA 1; Campus Life 2,3,4; NJHS 1,2. MARY LU — Spanish HS 2, Hist. 3, Pres. 4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Keyettes 3,4; AFS 4; Pep Club 2; SG Rep. 3. DONALD JOHN LUCAS — “Don” — Key Club 2,3,4; SCA Rep. 1; Marching, Symphonic Stage Bands 1,2,3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; Madrigals 3,4; Concert Choir 3; Barbershop Quartet 3,4; All-Reg. Band 1,2,3,4; All- State Band 3,4; All-Reg. Chorus 3. LURA JEAN LUDWIG — “Toots” — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; GAA 1; Band 3,4; Civinettes 4. PATRICIA ANN LYONS — “Patti — VICA 2,3, Treas. 4. JAN ISABELLE MALE — FHA 4. LINDA LEE MARSTERS — Girls Chorus 2; Marching Band 3,4; FBLA 4. BARBARA SUE MARTIN — NJHS 1,2; French HS 1,2; Lit. Mag. 3. MARY JOAN MASON — “Joanie” — Symphonic Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 4; All-Reg. Band 1; Astron. Club 1,2; NJHS 2. DIRK THOMAS MATTHEISEN — Campus Life 3,4; Cave Club 1,2; SEA 2,3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; German Club 1,2,3,4; Lit. Mag. 2,3,4. 190 Donald John Lucas Lura Jean Ludwig Bruce Lundell Audrey Lynn Patricia Ann Lyons Jan Isabelle Male Robert Eugene Maricle Linda Lee Marsters Barbara Sue Martin Mary Joan Mason Dirk Thomas Mattheisen Michael Dean Mattheisen vticki Darcey finds the SG office a quiet place to study. 191 Senior Class Marked By Outstanding Scholars LORI MATTSON — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; French HS 3,4; GAA 1,2; Science Club Sec.-Treas. 1,2; VP 3,4. ARLYNE JUNE McCARTHY — Class Rep. 1,2; French HS 1,2,3,4; GAA 1; Yearbook 4; Class Leg. 4, Student Advisory Board VP 4. TIM DENNIS McCORMACK — “T.D.” — Track 3,4; Cross Country 4. JACK EDWARD McCOY — “Charles” — Chess Club 1, Track 1, Baseball 1; ICT 3,4. MARY SUSAN McGRAW — SCA 1,2,3; SG Cabinet 3,4; Cheerleading Club Sec. 2,3, Hist. 4; Keyettes 3,4; Class VP 1; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Madrigals 2,3, “Mother” 4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Sweetheart Court 1, Homecoming Court 2, Maid of Honor 4; “Friendliest”. MARY PAMELA McKINLEY — “Pam” — Art Club 1, Lit. Mag. 2,3, Poetry Ed. 4. DANIEL PATRICK McGUIRK — “Danny” — Wres¬ tling 2,3. RICK ALAN MEURER — Football 1,2; Wrestling 1,2; Track 1, Key Club 2. CRAIG D. MILLER— Band 1,2,3. PETER JOSEPH MILLER — “Pete” — Jaguar Journal 2,3; NHS 3,4. SUSAN JEAN MILLER — “Sue” — TABS 2, Treas. 3; FBLA 3. CHRISTINA MARIE MILLS — “Chris” — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; French HS 1,2,3. Lori Mattson Sean McBrearty Arlyne June McCarthy Timothy Dennis McCormack Jack Edward McCoy Patricia Lucia McGowan Mary Susan McGraw Daniel Patrick McGuirk Mary Pamela McKinley Sharon Mechem 192 El wood Meckley Lindsay Melichar Paul Edward Mella Jacquelyn Merrell Rick Alan Meurer Craig D. Miller John Thomas Miller Peter Joseph Miller Susan Jean Miller Christina Marie Mills 193 Picinc Substituted For Skip Day KAREN JEANNE MILLS — Band 3,4. DOUGLAS CLIFTON MOORE — Astron. Club 1,2; Chess Club 1,2; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Math Team 4; Tennis 2,3,4; German Club 1,2,3,4; Science Club 1,2; Marching, Symphonic Pep Bands 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; AFS 2,3,4; SEA 3; Computer Club 3, Pres. 4. CHARLES H. MORAN — “Chuck” — Marching Concert Bands 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 3,4; Wrestling 1,2; “Injun 1 Joe”, “Most School Spirited”. TED LEE MORRIS — Track 2,3; Cross Country 3. AMANDA MARY MORRISON — SCA Rep. 2, Sen. 3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Yearbook 4; Keyettes 3, Pres. 4. DELORES ANN MORRISON — GAA 2; Keyettes 3, Sec. 4; NJHS 1, Pres. 2; NHS 3,4; French HS 2; Marching Band 2,3,4. DONNA MARIE MORRISON — GAA 1; Band 2,3; Keyettes 3,4; SCA Rep. 1,3, Sen. 2; Class Treas. 4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; French HS 2. PATRICK ALAN MORRISON — “Pat” SEA 2,3; German Club 3,4. ELLEN CAROL MOWSON — Drama Club 1; Lit. Mag. 2, Lit. Ed. 3. Karen Jeanne Mills Douglas Clifton Moore Charles H. Moran Ted Lee Morris Amanda Mary Morrison Delores Ann Morrison Donna Marie Morrison Patrick Alan Morrison Ellen Carol Mowson Heidi Ann Multog 194 Maribeth Nichols Kurt Warren Nordstorm Steven Gary Oliver Irene Theresa Nolan Mary Oliver Myra Jean Oney MARY HELEN MURPHY — FHA 1,2,3, Pres. 4; Yearbook 4; Keyettes 4; ICC 3,4. r JANET MARGARET MYLES — “JAN” — TABS 3, Treas. 4; Starlytes 1. DAVID ORAL NESTOR— Band Mgr. 1,2,3; Joy Boys 1 . MARIANNE NICHOLS — “Anne” — GAA 1,3,4; Hockey 1,3,4; NJHS 2. KURT WARREN NORDSTROM — “Norjo” — Soccer 2,3,4; Football 1. STEVEN GARY OLIVER — Basketball 1,2; SCA 2; Civitans 2,3,4. MYRA JEAN ONEY — Drama Club 1,2, Pres. 3,4; Thespians 2,3, Pres. 4; Folk Singers 3; Concert Choir Librarian 4; Jaguar Journal 4. Mary Helen Murphy Janet Margaret Myles David Oral Nestor MARK CASEY ORR — “Casey” — Band 1,2,3,4; Key Marianne Nichols Club 3,4. 195 Mark Casey Orr Haim Ovadias Deborah Ann Owens Gary Robert Owens Joseph Stephen Paul Karen Lee Payne Sharon Ann Perroots Richard DeKalb Pifer Michael Hoffman Pohlig Cecilia Lee Polizzi Anthony Louis Pometto Dawn Anne Poole Roy Wayne Powell Susan Ann Prewitt Dee Hudson Procter Victor E. Pulizzi 196 DEBORAH ANN OWENS — “Debbie” — Majorette 1. GARY ROBERT OWENS — NJHS 1,2. JOSEPH STEPHEN PAUL — Football 1,2; Wrestling 1. CORNELL JACK PATTON— SCA 1,2. KARON LEE PAYNE — Pep Club 2; TABS 2; Karate Club 3. SHARON ANN PERROOTS — SCA Rep. 1,2,3; German Club 2; GAA 1,2, Civinettes 2,3,4. RICHARD DeKALB PIFER — Symphonic, Marching Bands 1,2,3,4. PATRICIA ANN PILKERTON — “Patty” — NJHS 1,2; NHS 4; FBLA 3. MICHAEL HOFFMAN POHLIG — Symphonic, Marching Bands 1,2,3; NHS 4. CECILIA LEE POLIZZI — FBLA 3, ICT 3. ANTHONY LOUIS POMETTO — “Tony” — SG Pres¬ ident 4, Class Rep. 1, Tennis 1,2,3,4. NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; “Most Dependable”. DAWN ANNE POOLE— “Dawnie” — Cheerleader 1; Civenette 3, Sec. 4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Court 1; Sweetheart Court 2. DEE H. PROCTOR — Football 2,3,4; ICT 4. MICHAEL MARK REINEMER — “Boots” — Drama Club 2, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; SEA 3; Thespians 2,3,4; Con¬ cert Choir Pres. 4, Soccer 2, Jaguar Journal 2. PATRICIA ANN ROBINSON — “Patty” — Marching Concert Bands 1,2,3,4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4. Reeta Deskins listens to another Sociology lecture. Holly Lynn Reed Michael Mark Reinemer Mary Louise Richard Patricia Ann Robinson Robert Lewis Roche Michael Dale Rohr Laurie Jean Rollison Darren B. Rose Edward Feild Rose Linda Sue Rowlands Winnifred Elizabeth Roy Joseph Hampton Rozier MOST ATHLETIC — Kathy Schoellig and Steve Friend Berverlee Ruth Rubin Judy Duncan Rue John Robert Rukenbrod Georgann Leslie Sabock Joan A. Russell Robert Sagar 198 Sohna Saihou Sallah Nancy Samuelson Glenn Wayne Sansing Douglas Edward Sapp Lex Annette Sare Maury Stewart Saunders John Joseph Scerbo Lynn Kuulie Schaffstall John William Schmidtke Ronald Alan Schneider Senior Class Finds Disunity Among Its Members EDWARD FEILD ROSE — “Ted” — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Key Club 2,3,4. WINNIFRED ELIZABETH ROY — “Winnie” — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Keyettes 2,3,4; Class Sec. 4; Campus Life 2,3,4. BEVERLEE RUTH RUBIN — “Beve” — Pep Club 1; AFS 1,2; Concert Marching Bands 1,2; NJHS 1,2; NHS 4. JUDY DUNCAN RUE — SCA Rep. 1,2; SG Legis. 2,3; Keyettes 4. JOHN ROBERT RUKENBROD — Football 2,3,4. GEORGANN LESLIE SABOCK — “George” — FBLA 2,3,4; VOT 4. SOHNA SAIHOU SALLAH — Drama 1,2,3; Cheerleader 1,2,3; Choir 1,2,3; SC 1,2,3; AFS 4. GLENN WAYNE SANSING — “Beagle” — Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Civitans 3,4; “Personality Plus”. i i i 1 i MAURY STEWART SAUNDERS — NJHS 2; NHS 3,4; Civitans 3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4. JOHN JOSEPH SCERBO — “Joe” — Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic, Stage Pep Bands 1,2,3. LYNN KUULIE SCHAFFSTALL — Choir 1,2; DE Sec. 4. JOHN WILLIAM SCHMIDTKE — Football 1.2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Madrigals 2,3,4; “Little Mary Sunshine”; “Once Upon a Mattress;;. RONALD ALAN SCHNEIDER—“Ron” — NHS 4. 199 Robert Woodry Sharp Robin Paul Shepley William Sharrett Charles Lee Sherfey Years End Brings KATHRYN SCHOELLIG — “Kathy” — Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; GAA 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . REBECCA JANE SEAY — “Becky” — Pom-Pom Girls 2 . DANIEL BRUCE SELL — “Danny” — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Math Team 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Astron. Pres. 1, All- Reg. Band 1,2,3,4; All-State Band 4. COLLINS GUYTON SHACKELFORD — “Skip” — Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Thespians 2,3,4; German Club Treas. 3,4; NHS Pres. 4; Tennis 3,4; Science Club 4; Lit. Mag. 4. DEBORAH LOUISE SHAFFER — “Debi” — GAA 1,4; Campus Life 1,2; TABS 2,3, Pres. 4. MICHAEL JOHN SHAHADY — “Mickey” — Civitans 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3. Kathryn Schoellig Larry Scarbrough Rebecca Jane Seay Tod Ray Sebens Daniel Bruce Sell Collins Guyton Shackelford Michael John Shahady Deborah Louise Shaffer ROBERT WOODRY SHARP — “Bob” — SG Legis. 4. ROBIN PAUL SHEPLY — “Shep” — Track 3,4; Cross Country 1,3,4; NHS 3,4; German Club Pres. 3; Band 2,3; Key Club 3; SG Legis. 3. 200 Joseph Sieve Phillip Randal Simounet Sandra Jane Small David Lee Smith Robert Andrew Simko Mark J. Sipe Barry Richard Smith Debora Joy Smith Beginning of New Future CHARLES LEE SHERFEY — “Chuck” — Intra. Basketball 2; VICA 3,4. ROBERT ANDREW SIMKO — “Bob” — Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Track Field 1,2,3,4. SANDRA JANE SMALL — “Sandy” — GAA 1,2,3,4 SCA Sen. 1; SC Legis. 4; Drama Club 1,2; NJHS 1,2 NHS 3, Sec.-Treas. 4; Gymnastics Co-Capt. 3, Capt. 4 Keyettes 3,4; French HS 1,2; Marching Band 1,2,3,4 Girl’s State. BARRY RICHARD SMITH — Basketball Mgr. 3. DAVID LEE SMITH — “Dave” — DE 2,3,4. DEBORA JOY SMITH — “Debi” — Class VP 3; Class Pres. 4; Keyettes 3,4; Majorette 1,2,3,4; Madrigals 3,4; SG Sen. 2; Swim Club 1; GAA 1,2; NJHS 1,2; “South Pacific”; “Boyfriend”. John Brockman is proud to be a member of the band. DONALD W. SMITH Donny Civitan s 2,3,4. 201 Toni Smith Glen Francis Snader Shirley Ann Sobriski Jeffrey Stackhouse Margie Lynn Stallings Elizabeth Mary Steckbeck Eileen Ann Stone William C. Storey James A. Stratton Patricia Ann Stryker Robert David Studds Barry Anthony Sullivan Eleanor Marie Sullivan Patrick Vincent Sullivan Rosemary Sullivan Debra Elaine Sutton 202 Seniors Acquire Cut Cards MARGIE LYNN STALLINGS — Softball 1,2,3; GAA 1,2,3; NJHS 1,2; SG 2,3; VOT 4. ELIZABETH STECKBECK — GAA 1; Yearbook 2, Bus. Mgr. 3, Advisory Ed. 4; NJHS 2; NHS 3,4; Math Team 4; Science Club 4. EILEEN ANN STONE — NHS 3,4; Campus Life 2,3,4; SEA 3; DAR Award. PATRICIA ANN STRYKER — “Pattie” — Cheerleading 1,2; Softball 1,2; Civinettes Chap. 4; Sweetheart Court 2. BARRY ANTHONY SULLIVAN — Art Club 1,2; German Club 3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4. PATRICK VINCENT SULLIVAN — “Whale” — Band 1,2,3,4; SCA Sen. 1,2. ROSEMARY SULLIVAN — “Roe” — Jaguar Journal 1, Copy Ed. 2; Lit. Mag. 2; Lit. Ed. 3; Yearbook 3, Editor 4; Keyettes 3, Treas. 4; “Per¬ sonality Plus”. DEBRA ELAINE SUTTON — “Baby Sis” — Bi- Racial Group 1,2,3. MARTIN TASKER — “Marty” — Football 1,2,3; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2. CARLA MARIE TERRY — NHS 3,4. MARGARET MARY THIBEAULT — “Peggy” — TABS Pres. 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; GAA 1. JIMMY LEE THOMAS — Concert Choir 3,4; Track 2 . Homecoming Representative, Debbie Brandt, is escorted across the football field. Brenda Kay Tacey Margaret Mary Thibeault Jimmy Lee Thomas Martin Tasker Carla Marie Terry Elizabeth Diane Teston 203 JOSEPH DAVID THOMAS— Rifle Club 3,4; Judo-Karate Pres. 3,4; German Club 1. GAYL FRANCES TURNER — FHA 1,2; FBLA 3; Jaguar Journal 2. PATRICIA LYNN TURNER — “Patti” — Civinettes 3, Pres. 4; NJHS 2; NHS 3,4; Spanish HS 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Class Treas. 2. SHARON SUE UTT — YFC 1,2; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; French HS 2; FBLA 4; Jaguar Journal 4; AFS 3, VP 4. KENNETH WAYNE UTTERBACK — “Kenny” — Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3, Co-Capt.4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Civitans 2,3, Sec. 4; NJHS 2; NHS 3,4. DONALD DALE VALENTINE — “Don” — Band 2; Wres¬ tling 2,3. PAMELA JEAN VANDERHYDEN — “Pam” — GAA 1,4; NHS 3,4; Campus Life 4; Softball 1; Basketball 4: SEA 3. DEBORAH ANN VAN FOSSEN — “Debbie” — Symphonic Marching Bands 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Basketball 3,4; Model UN 4. Gayl Frances Turner Sharon Sue Utt Patricia Lynn Turner Kenneth Wayne Utterback Joseph David Thomas Ricky Thomas Patricia Ann Thomas Kim Traynham “My group had 41% fewer cavities,” brags Segui. 204 Donald Dale Valentine Pamela Jean VanderHyden Deborah Ann Van Fossen Diann Mae VanVladricken Jay Thomas Von Runnen Michael Joseph Vucci Brent Alan Wade Carol Lynne Wadleigh Barry Bug works on add contracts for the yearbook. “You see it was like this,” explains Kathy Klewicki. 205 DIANN MAE VANVLADRICKEN — Keyettes 3,4; French HS 2,3, Pres. 4; Campus Life 2,3,4; YFC 1,2; Jaguar Journal 3, Editor 4; AFS 3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; FHA 2, Hist. 3,4. JAY THOMAS VONRUNNEN — Jaguar Journal 2,3,4; SCA 1,2,3; Swim Club 2,3; NJHS 1,2. MICHAEL JOSEPH VUCCI — Wrestling 1,3. VICKI LYNN WAGGENER— Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3; Campus Life 2; Yearbook 4; Keyettes 4; Homecoming Court 4. JAY CHARLES WALKER — “Chicken” — Stage Band 2,3, Combo 4; Marching Concert Bands 1,2,3,4. DWIGHT EDWARD WALLACE — “Gor” — Astron. Club 1; Campus Life 3,4; SEA 3; YFC 3,4. DIANE ELEANOR WEBSTER — Majorette 1,2,3,4; FBLA 4. KATHLEEN CASEY WEISSENBORN — “Casey” — SEA 3; Campus Life 3,4; TABS 3,4; NHS 4. WILLIAM CHARLES WELCH — “Bill” — Civitans 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4. JAY BRADLEY WELLIVER — Football 1; Track 2; DE 3,4. ANNE LYNNE WELLS — Hockey 1; Basketball 1, Co- Capt. 2; GAA 1,2; Campus Life 1,2,3,4. ELLEN JANIS WILLIAMS — “Willy” — German Club 1,2, Sec. 3,4; NJHS 1,2; Spanish HS 2,3,4; Campus Life 4; TABS 3,4; NHS 3,4. BEST ALL AROUND— Debi Smith and Sid Lee Vicki Lynn Waggener Jay Charles Walker Dwight Edward Wallace Charles Wauhop Diane Eleanor Webster Kathleen Casey Weissenborn William Charles Welch Jay Bradley Welliver 206 Sadie Hawkins Tremendous Success Anne Lynne Wells Kathleen Marie Westerfeld Evelyn Moore Wells Joyce Carol Wilcox Debra Marie Williams Arlie R. Williams Ellen Janis Williams PERSONALITY PLUS — Rosemary Sullivan and Glenn Sansing Dave Hartell relaxes during his lunch break. Karen Lynn Williams Perry Michael Williams Valerie Ann Wilson Laurice Gale Wilson DEBRA MARIE WILLIAMS — “Debbie” — Cheerleading Co-Capt. 1,2,3, Co-Capt. 4; GAA 1; Keyettes 2,3,4; FBLA 3,4; Gymnastics 4; Sweetheart Court 1; Maid of Honor 3; Homecoming Queen 4; Miss Falls Church. KAREN LYNN WILLIAMS — “Sprout” — Keyettes 3, Chap. 4; NHS 3,4; Spanish HS 2; SCA Rep. 2,3; FHA 1, Hist. 2, VP 3; Yearbook Faculty Ed. 4. PERRY MICHAEL WILLIAMS — Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3; Track 2,3; Campus Life 1,2,3,4; “Friendliest”. LAURICE GALE WILSON — “Lori” — ICT 3. HERBERT EUGENE WINSLOW — “Herb” — Band 1,2,3,4; Key Club 3, Pres. 4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; All- State Band 3,4; All-Reg. Band 1,2,3,4; Boy’s State 4. BARBARA LEE WOLFF — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; French HS 3. JENNIFER ELIZABETH WRIGHT — “Jenny” — NJHS 1; SCA Rep. 1,2; Concert Band 1,2; Marching Band 1,2,3,4. BRENT ALAN WADE — Football 3,4; Civitans 3,4. CAROL LYNNE WADLEIGH — Swim Club 1,2; GAA 1,2,3; SG Rep. 3,4; Marching Band 3; Car Rodeo Winner. Jeannie Zemotel examines a rock she found while caving. 208 Prom Brings Symbolic End to the Year Walter Wesley Wimmer Herbert Eugene Winslow Barbara Lee Wolff James W. Wood Jennifer Elizabeth Wright Jeannie E. Zemotel Busy Year Confronts Juniors The last year of being an underclassman Seemingly endless problems varying from disorderly meetings to the Prom Ordering a ring Seeking to overcome the immense problem of uniting a class Arranging the Christmas Dance Fund raising projects such as a car rally, soc-hop, donut sale and a concert A busy year for . . . Junior representative, Gail Griffith, is escorted across the field. The Junior Class first Row Gail Griffith, Treasurer; Debbie Alstadter, Cabinet Officer. Second Row: Kevin Hoover, President; George McQuain, Vice- President. Not Pictured — Karen Burnett, Secretary. 210 Richard Hughes works on the Junior Class float. Linda Caperton enjoys the crazy antics of her escort. Wanda Jackson searches for a book on “How to be Serious”. Thomas Addison Dyanne Aker Chavalia Allen Debi Alstadter Teresa Alstadter William Amans Mariza Araujo John Bakanas William Baker Norm Balderson Suzanne Ball Robert Barrett Bonny Batt Deborah Beall Francis Beauge Edward Beck Kathy Bell Barbara Bennett Juniors Begin Contemplating Future Plans Michael Berry Patricia Betts David Bevans Carol Beverlin Deborah Birbeck Sherry Black Mark Blair Charlotte Blake Teresa Blough William Blum Dale Bowman Mark Bray 212 Janice Brocato Dianne Brown Richard Brown Susan Bucklew Ronald Buckley Tommy Buckley Carol Bulson Karen Burnett Timothy Burns Lynn Burton Linda Bussler Margaret Cameron Brian Campbell Duane Caperton Linda Caperton Lisa Carscadden Catherine Chapline Gerald Cilinski 213 Mark Clark Robert Clark Martyn Clarke Judith Clements Jane Cole Suzanne Collet Harry Cologne Nancy Cowan David Cox Lona Cramer Linda Crawford Joanne Crim Anne Curtin Robert Davis Rosalie Davis Michael Davitt Kathy Dehaven Alberto Delgado Robert Dennison Jesse Deskins Nancy Desrosiers Doreen Dick Elizabeth Disilvio Debbie Donnachie 214 Patrick Dowd David Dreis Chris DuBois Darrell English Jean Epling James Erie Robin Erler Deborah Feuerstein Dianna Finlay David Floyd Clarence Flynn Katherine Flynn Ruth Foltz Robert Forker Patricia Fortune Clifford Fraber Robert Franklin Jeffrey Freehof Juniors Choose Tyson’s Corner as Sight for Prom Janet Freeman Gretchen Fulmer Susan Funkhouser Patricia Furr Clifford Furuichi Wayne Gallahan Carlos Garcia Brenda Garrett Deborah Garrison Kenneth Gay Karen Geisler Brian Geist 215 Suzette Genduso Susen Geuder Michael Giancaspro Pamela Goodwin Sharon Graham Cynthia Grant Robert Greenberg Rick Greenquist Sandra Gregson Gail Griffith Catherine Grimes Paul Grogan Douglas Guernsey April Guice Douglas Haney Richard Hanley Mark Hanna Patricia Harding April Harris Bradley Harris Phyllis Harris 216 Juniors Make Changes in Class Government Brian Hart Eugenia Hartman Marcie Hascall Patricia Hastings Alta Hayes Lyle Hayhurst Theresa Healey Bonni Hennessey Chery Henrikson Mary Hepler George Herman Edward Heyman Michael Hill Donna Hoak Debra Hogan John Hogan Michael Holmes Linda Holper Kevin Hoover Dwight Hoskins Alan Howard Richard Hughes Susan Hughes Lynda Hull Nelson Hunter Sheryl Hunter Victor Hunter Randal Ingalsbe Judy Inman John Jackson 217 m Judy Clements discusses the magazine drive with several of her friends. Wanda Jackson William Jackson Cynthia Johnson Evelyn Johnson Gary Johnson Marguerita Johnson Ralph Johnson Bruce Jones John Jones Linwood Jones Tobin Karicher Linda Kearns Carol Kennick Peggy Kent William Kerns Diana Kline seph Knestrick Virginia Knott Kathy Koch Michael LaCasse Carol Lambert 218 Judith Landry Ted Lanpher Carl Lansdown Lynne Lawrence Sydney Layland Class Meetings Evoke a Variety of Opinions Scott Lewis Joan Liptrap Valerie List Deborah Little Robert Lottig Danny Loveless Amos Lu Deborah Lucas James Lunsford Joni Lyon Virginia Magarity Kevin Mahoney Barbara Major Linda Maricle Stephen Marsters Robert Martin Sharon Matheson Margot Mattusch Elizabeth Mauer Edward Maynard Edward McCann Thomas McCardell Jane McDaniel Susan McElwee 219 Karen Phelps performs a difficult routine on the balance beam. William McGraw Patricia McGuirk Philip McIntyre Amanda McKeever George McQuain Teresa Meeks George Megaw Rebecca Melvin Kendra Merrell Jeffrey Meyer Robin Mickle Robin Mihaldo Geraldin Miller Raymond Monahan Richard Moore James Moss Sheilah Murdock Robert Murphy Edward Nicholas Cathy Nolan Dona Norton Ronald Nystrom Hillary Oden Daniel Ohleger 220 Experience Improves Float Class President, Kevin Hoover, gives his opinion on the school lunches. James Oliver Karen Olivo la Carlton O’Malley Ernest Oney Stephanie Painter Bonnie Parks Kathy Pazanowski Leonard Perroots Karen Phelps Pat Pignotti Ronald Pitts Jeff Place Janet Platt Deborah Plum Peter Pometto Carl Price Judith Przywara Leonard Pumphrey Donna Radcliffe Joseph Ragland Gloria Randall Ann Ratchford Robert Ratchford David Reed 221 Stanley Reed Patrick Regan Charles Register Jeffery Reynolds Mary Ridgeway Valerie Register Andrew Richardson Dorna Riaingin Two Juniors listen intensley to a science lecture. Rings Prove to be Worth Michael Riley Peggy Roadcap Carol Rock Richard Rodman Nancy Roop David Rowe Timothy Ruddle Robert Russell Margaret Ryan Pamela Schafer Paul Schimmel Jeffrey Schmugge Cheryl Scott Steven Sellers Douglas Sexton Barbara Shay Suzanne Sherba Maria Sieve Daniel Slane Kathy Smith Sharon Spradlin Anna Smith Maureen Smith James Stange Michael Wolff makes a grand entrance into class. Waiting For t A.. f ( Leo Stapleton Susan Stearns Linda Steckbeck Lucinda Stevens Douglas Stine Nancy Stoertz Linda Stover Ann Strain Ruth Suddarth 223 Cathy Sullivan Susan Summers Denise Sutton James Swink Wanda Szczepanski Michael Szymanski Russell Tate Lisa Tavelli Dennis Taylor Ronald Taylor Vicki Tew Mark Thierbach Carol Thomas Daniel Thomas Theresa Tiller Michael Todaro Jerrell Todd Paul Tower Robert Townsend Terry Usery Leroy Usilton Thomas Utz Gil Vandergraaf Jean VanMulder Rhett Wade Catherine Wadleigh Joyce Walker Thomas Waller Richard Ward Mark Waymack 224 Wendy Weaver Ronald Webb Michael Weber Virgil Weber Susan Welch Brenda Whitley Cindy Williams Howard Williams Larry Wilson Thomas Wimmer James Winsboro Farrell Wise Christmas Dance Given by Juniors DM 1 Joyce Walker donates her cans for the can food drive. Michael Wolff Cathy Wood Diane Wood Terry Woods Peter Woodside Terry Woodward Linda Wooldridge Marcia Yanick Riad Yassine Rhonda York Anita Young David Zimmerman 225 Sandy Campbell, Cabinet Officer; Donna Tyree, Treasurer; Phyllis Barley, Secretary; Carol Stevens, Vice-President; Mike Harris, President. 226 Sophomore’s Strive For Organization Beginning to feel like a part of the school Winning first place in the Pride Week competition with an impressive display A soc-hop after the Stuart Game A well made Homecoming float in the form of a huge turtle A profitable car wash A year for beginning to think about such a far off thing as the Prom A step upward . . . The Sophomore Class Sophomore girls stop to chat after a sophomore class meeting. Sophomore class representative, Judy Dellas, nervously smiles and waves as she goes past the crowd. 227 Nancy Abies Christopher Adams Joanne Ahearn Neal Aker Catherine Alfano Cynthia Amon Cheryl Andrews Janet Anthony Juan Arbelaez Marion Ardoin David Arey Susan Arnold Gary Atkins Teresa Attiliis Nancy Ayres Robert Bailey Phyllis Barley Catherine Bayruns Mark Bealby Charles Becker John Bell Anita Bennett Ben Benoski George Betts Donna Tyree daydreams in French class. Karen Blackwell Pamela Blackwell Paula Bichel Jimmy Boland Deborah Bollo Pamela Borgatti Deborah Brenner Gale Bridgett John Brocato Cathy Bryan Elizabeth Bundy Judy Burke Robert Burke Michael Callahan Sondra Campbell Jeffrey Carlisle 228 Sophomore Pride Week Decorations Take First Place Robert Carraway Robert Carrier Ryan Carter Stephen Charles Daniel Chastain Nancy Childers Michael Christos Dee Ann Chugg Rudolph Ciffo Paul Sonnhalter finds typing more difficult than it seems. Charles Clark Nancy Clark Bonnie Clarke John Clarke Gary Cleveland Dale Clutz Robert Cochran Michael Cook Clifford Cordell Edmund Corrothers Gary Coverston Christopher Cowan John Craver Steve Critchfield Terry Crow Robert Crutchfield Stephen Curtin Donnie Daniels Anne Davis Linda Davis Donald Dawson Amber Day Judith Dellas Ellen Dellert 229 The Sophomore’s Effort Produces a Spirited Float Clifton Denny Armand Depalma Mary-Jane Desrosiers Chip Dettra Ellie Dickerson Leslie Dikes William Disilvio Cheryl Dodge Charles Dodson Diane Donohue Anne Donovan Marjorie Dorff William Dougherty John Dukes Richard Dunn Robert Dunn Arthur Eckert Cheryl Eggar Kathleen Eiserman Steven Eiserman Kenneth Elwood John Engler Linda Erksa Pamela Erwin Lisa Eschenburg Charles Evans Johannes Evans Danny Fallon Kim Farrington Karen Fauntleroy Linda Ferguson Charlene Fields Rita Filippone Wayne Fincher Patricia Fink Gary Finlay Joseph Fioramonti John Flather Janet Fling Marie Flossos Paul Flynn Donna Foltz Connie Forshee Sharon Foulks Lexi Foster Greg Fowler Thomas Francis Welbie Frazier 230 Eleanor Freyer Luther Frye Susan Frye Timothy Fyock Wanda Galenski James Galleher Susan Gawarecki Carlton Gentry Cathryn Moreau has another happy day. “You can’t make me smile,” grins Phyllis Barley. Larry Gilbert John Gilchrist Russell Gilroy Mark Godlove Marina Gomez John Goodwin Michael Graham Mary Grannell 231 “How dare you say that,’’ exclaims Sheryl Trussle. Sandra Green Susan Greenfield Lynn Griggs Richard Guerin James Hajec Beverly Hall Virginia Hamblin James Hamner Kathleen Hanrahan Gregg Hanson Linda Harris Mike Harris Class of 74 Begins It’s Second Year Vicki Harvey Richa rd Heater Rebecca Heath Bruce Hecker Mary Hedrick Nancy Henard Brian Hennesy Catherine Henry David Hershey Herschel Hershez Terry Hill David Hiner Vivian Hogan David Holland John Holloway Vickie Hopkins Barbara Horton Allen Hosmer Gerald Howard Paula Hueston 232 Judith Hull Nancy Hunter David Idigpio Catherine Ihara Michael Ingrando David Ison Richard Jackson Cudd Jolly Susanne Johnson Corlis Jones Debra Jones Karen Jones Jo Ann Jordan William Jordan Dennis Kearns Douglas Kearns Beth Kenestrick Keith Kennedy Mary Kerins Samuel Kerns John Keys Brandon Kimmell Patrice Kistulentz William Koch John Kraemer Martha Lamb Diane Landry Theresa Lansdown Abby Ryan and Betsy McGowan dig in and give a helping hand with Bulb Day. 233 The J.V. football team enacts a customary ritual before the game. Thomas Lasley David Lau Patricia Lawson John Lee John Leone Sophomore Class Sponsors Its First Soc Hop Martin Levin Patricia Levitt Cathy Lewis Greg Lewis Robert Liebau Timothy Liggett Lisa Littlewood Susan Looney Bruce Lowenhaupt Craig Lundien Martha Lustig Dyan MacDonald John MacDonald Elizabeth MacGowan Janis MacGregor Beth MacNevin William Major Roger Marcellin Jill Martin Armand Masse Lisa Mastropaolo Rebecca Mathena Monica Mattson Will McCarthy 234 Victoria McClafferty Bruce McDaniel Greg McIntosh Jane McKenrick John McMillan Gene McNair Cynthia Mead Debra Mechem Lorrain Mendoza Lori Merrifield Phillip Mickle Debbie Miller Louise Miller Eric Millington Brooke Minturn Nora Monick Mark Monroe Joseph Montminy Kathryn Moreau Cynthia Moran Gary Mountjoy Karen Murphy Robert Murphy William Myles Karen Nordstrom Gail Nubbe Kathleen O’Connell James Olson Larry Olson Malcolm O’Shields Terri Overbey Deborah Owen Brenda Owens William Owensby Cynthia Oz Joyce Paljug Francis Palmer David Paquette Patricia Patterson Linda Payne Carolyn Pelham James Pennie Theordore Peterson Ronald Petty 235 Mark Pitts Jay Proctor Nancy Pryor Mary Raines Linda Ralston Rita Redden Nancy Reich Karen Rhiger Kathy Rich Patti Richards Raymond Ricks Paul Riedmiller James Riggles Paula Rinker Dera Ritter Judy Rodman Sherry Rose Donald Rozier Kneila Rukenbrod Deborah Rummell Stephen Russell Michael Rutherford Abigail Ryan Sandra Ryan Linda Sager Michael Scammon John Schaffstall Sara Scharfe William Schindler Richard Schultz Joseph Seay Vicki Sechrist Edward Segaar Roy Seguine Linda Selquist Jeanne Serene Carol Stevens performs her routine during a band assembly. 236 Bonnie Clark reads quietly in the hall Brian Sexton Robert Shackleford Lewis Shea Carol Sheetz Starley Shelton Donna Shine Kevin Shipp John Shoemaker John Shull Phyllis Sickle Kathryn Simko Margaret Simmons The Prom Becomes a Reality for the Class of ’74 Charles Sisler Dale Skaskiw Karl Slagle Curtis Small Susan Smith Guy Smoot Paul Sonnhalter Jerry Sourbeer Scott Southee Harold Speaks Timothy Stanley Carol Stevens Lee Stevens Eunice Stevenson Donald Stock John Strain Benjamin Stribling Vicki Stride Sandra Steele John Sullivan Carolyn Sutton Eugene Swankowski Holly Swindler Sharon Tacey 237 Mary Anne Tapp Gary Taylor Rickey Tercero William Test David Tew Chris Theoharis Barbara Thomas Pam Thomas Scott Thomas Debora Thompson Susan Throneburg Rebecca Tinner Thomas Todd Helen Tomes Stephen Toward Sharon Trace Gail Trask Donald Trenary Sheryl Trussell Kenneth Tucker Jesse Turner Dolores Tyree Donna Tyree William Vanderhyde Mike Harris comes up with another bright idea 238 Sophomores Prove Themselves Capable Richard Vinson Paul Vogel Loren Walck Judy Walker Lee Ann Walters John Webber Diane Weber Joseph Weber Michael Wentz Thomas Wetrich Brenda Wharton Deborah White Stephen Whitmore James Wiley William Wiley Paul Wilhide Donald Williams Wayne Williams Judy Walker concentrates on not dropping her flag. Wayne Williamson Angela Wilson Marion Wilson Teresa Wismer Douglas Woolf Terrance Wortman Kris Woyna Reu Ann Wratchford Mark Wright Robin Yermack Cheryl Zimmer Larry Zuntz 239 Frosh Contribute to Canned Food Drive To be a“baby jag” A sometimes frightening change from an old school to the new world of high school Sponsoring a Spring Dance Learning to regard Falls Church High as your own school Showing initiative in the form of a float Accepting the challenge to become a recognized part of the student body The first step to becoming a Senior . . . The Freshmen chorus members give their first performance. The Freshmen Class Freshmen girls find geography entertaining. 240 First Row — Mary Biddle, Treasurer; Nancy Brandt, Legislator; Vicki Anthony, Secretary. Second Row — Peggy Richards, Cabinet Officer; Craig Simonett, President; Michele Dowler, Vice-President. 241 New Courses Offered to Frosh Daniel Adams Carol Addison John Ahearn Kathy Albertson James Allen Laura Almodovar Katherine Anderson Vicki Anthony Vicki Applegate Nannette Ardoin David Arnold Louise Arthur Barbara Atchison David Ball Vicki Bambling Thomas Barnett Steve Baskerville Diane Beall Kim Beamer David Becker Catherine Becraft Mary Biddle Bonnie Blackwell Kathy Blankenship Miss Pester’s class is happy for an interuption. V Gary Bowen William Boyette Carolyn Bradd Nancy Brandt David Brown Diana Brown William Brown Jeanette Bryant John Buckley 242 Emery Buckman Robert Buel Gregory Bunch Paul Burdick Kenneth Burges David Burgess Douglas Burke Richard Burkhart Deborah Burrill Donald Burrill Donna Butler Terri Butts One can find a quiet spot in the library to study Wesley Byers Patricia Canas Karen Caperton Ronald Caylor Leslie Chandler Patricia Chiotos Kenneth Chrisman Lisa Cilinski Jeffrey Clancy Susan Claridge Cathy Clark James Clarke Michael Codoley Pamela Collins Charles Cook Pat Copelin Brian Craver Kathy Crawford Mindy Crawford Colleen Crowder Deborah Cunninghm Jeff Custer Bruce Daigle Patrick Darcey 243 Beatrice Davidson Candi Davis Howard Davis Debbie Dellinger Rex Dellinger James Dennison Judy Depalma Wendell Deskins Darlene Dick Joe Disilvio Lyle Dixon John Donohue Gina Southee smiles at a witty remark. Mark Douglas Michelle Dowler Kim Draper Pauline Dross Peter Dunlop Stephen Dunn Richard Duvall Douglas Dye Michael Eckert James Edmundson Donald Eggar Susan Eisenhauer Gary Eiserman Kathryn Elkins Diane Epling Sharon Erksa Alan Estep Marina Evans 244 Sharon Failes Wendy Farstad Doug Feit David Fenton James Ferguson Michael Ferguson Will Fioramonti Brenda Fisher Ruth Fisher Susan Flynn Karen Forker Gwen Fortune Daniel Fosnight Robert Foxwell Jeannie Francis Carol Frank Daniel Freehill Patricia Frye Linda Fulford Deborah Furr Dennis Furr Karen Gaizick Lesley Gallahan Ann Gallmetzer Magazine Drive Proves to be a Financial Success Stephen Garcia Robert Garlem Karen Gaut Lawrence Gazes Cathy Gearheart Ronald Gearheart Cecelia Getz Erik Gilliam Reginald Gillis Patti Gilroy Gary Glahn Penelope Glass Brenda Golden Susan Gooch Dale Gramling Mark Greene Marcia Greenfield Keith Greyer 245 Desire Groesbeck Michele Groshon Perry Grubb Alison Guernsey Edward Guice Susan Haase Gary Hall William Hall Darlene Hamilton Gregg Harmon Jill Harris Michael Harris Suzan Hart Diane Hartell Gregg Hastings Bruce Hatcher Kenneth Hatcher Irvin Hayes Christine Hedrick Shawn Hennesy Diane Henrickson Monica Henry Rodney Henson Gregory Herrity Jerry Hewitt Connie Hill Jacqueline Holland Linda Holland Rebecca Holland Dana Hooper Brian Hoover Virginia Hosmer Danny Houtz Kent Hunsberger Dawn Hunt Sharon Huston Donna Hutchison Evelyn Jackson Garland Jackson Janice Jamison Barbara Jenkins Linda Jenkins Sherri Jennings David Jibeault Diane Johnson Dennis Johnson Michael Johnson Robert Johnson 246 Freshmen Demonstrate Potential Karen Jones Russell Jones Martha Joseph Helen Karageore Douglas Kearns Eric Keller Nettie Kidd Hollen Kimmel Diane King Loretta Kirkland Sharon Kirkland Dorothy Knauer Thomas Knight Teresa Kobayashi Frederick Koch Gary Kraynock Judith Kremer Neal Krysinski Roberta Lane David Larsen Brian Lasley Rebecca Lauffer John Laurendeau Judith Lawson Que Le Eleanor Lee Zelma Lee Michael Letzkus Michael Liggett Theresa Linn Sandra Locklear Lynne Loflin David Lomax Orrin Long Sue Louis Wayne Loveless 247 Freshman Join Together to Decorate for Pride Week James Lowenstern Sharon Lucas Raymond Lusby Sharon Lutz Valerie Lutz Molly Macauley Paul MacDonald Virginia MacGowan Wesley Magarity Thomas Magorian Kathy Mahoney Paul Maiatico Dean Major Charles Maricle Debra Matthews Alix Mattusch Lucy McAuliffe Terrance McCann Pegi McCrae Debra McDonough Valery McKey Debra McKinney Carl McNair Mary McWhirt Cramming for a test. 248 Janet Meeks Stuart Megaw Terry Mella Roberto Mercado Blair Merrell Linda Merritt Cynthia Mesica Jan Metzler Richard Meyer Barry Michael Jane Mickle John Mikovits Teresa Millican Patricia Molina Pamela Monoghan Jackey Montena Mark Mordhorst Debbie Moreland Darlene Morrison Timothy Morrison Joan Mott Neil Nappo Richard Nelson Mark Nicchitta Constance Nicholas Katherine Nicholas Mark Nicholas Christine Nolan William Nubbe Donna Obryhim Michael O’Connel William O’Connell James Ogden James O’Hara Michael Olson Michael Olowiany Chris Overcash Robert Owens Victoria Painter Mary Pallansch Gary Palmer Howard Parker Kathleen Parks Thomas Passino John Patchan Brenda Patt Yvonne Patterson Bernard Pazanowski 249 John Pentecost Paula Penwell Steven Perroots Nancy Peterson John Pfaff Patricia Pierson Dianna Pigge Teresa Pigge Kaye Pignotti John Pilkerton Gary Plaag Shirley Pollard Danny Pollock Brian Price Susan Prior Brenda Proffitt Nita Puckett Clifford Pumphrey Marjorie Ragland Nancy Randle Theresa Rankin Ramona Redden Wayne Reedy George Rennolds Class of ’75 Looks Forward to Spring Dance Jayne Rhiger Margaret Richard Ronald Ricks Delores Ridingin Edmund Riker Daniel Riley Carolyn Roadcap Jaime Rodriquez Lawrence Rohr Diane Beall hopes for a chance to make a winning goal. 250 Richard Rooney James Roper Sharon Rose Jeffrey Roth Vickie Rowe Anne Ruggere Ronald Rukenbrod Roberta Rumsey Kenneth Sabin Lucien Samaha Robin Samuelson Margaret Scammon Joseph Schaffner Kevin Schneider Eric Scholetzky Michael Schwandt Chris Scogno Robert Sellers Timothy Shay James Sheldon Susan Sheldon Dana Sherfey Starr Shifflett Joni Shiflett Boyd Simon Craig Simounet Bruce Simmons Michael Simms Diana Simpson Harry Sisler Cheryl Slinkard Barbara Smith 251 Frosh Are Willing to Gamble on the Jaguars Karen Smith Andre Smyth Gina Soutfiee Richard Souther Steve Springston Hurdy Stack John Stangohr Martha Stanley James Steckbeck Susan Steidel Debra Stevens James Stevenson Julia Stevenson Phyllis Stinnette Caroline Stites David Stoertz Debra Stock Jackie Stokely Jack Stone Patrick Storey Lisa Streets Mark Strysko Michael Suddarth Kevin Sullivan Eugene Swankowski Mary Swink Joanne Szczepanski Jennifer Tate Denise Taylor Nancy Thibeault Jennifer Thoma Rhonda Thomas Mary Thomason Catherine Thompson Doug Thompson Becky Tinner Gary Tinner Thomas Trapp Michael Tretick Diane Trivett Samuel Turner Kevin Turrell Mark Underwood Dianne Vandergraaf Jerry Vogel Fredrika Wade James Wade Randy Wade 252 “Let go of me,” laughs Kathy Gearhart. Lee Walker Susan Waller Diane Ward Joseph Wathen Cindy Weaver Doris Wells Robert White David Wieland Lisa Williams Daniel Wilson Julie Wilson Richele Wilson Robert Wilson Deborah Wimmer Gary Wolfrey Connie Wood Debra Wooldridge David Yarbrough Rashad Yassine Gregory Yermack John Zeigler Susan Zeigler Leslie Zimmerman Linda Zimmerman 253 mms mam mmmz { i W WpI zg mmrn ■tonm f lfi 5® «a .. .Va. ; . n.»v£-h iso Advertisers supporting their community through yearbook contributions Sherry Daniels hands Jean Ludwig a little something to try on from the Full Cry Shop. CLARENCE E. GATTON REAL ESTATE 3218 Korte Court Falls Church 573-4560 573-5812 D. AND K. UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIR SHOP 1223 N. Glebe Road Arlington 527-4475 FULL CRY SHOP 111 Church Street N.W. Vienna 938-9755 ADAIR’S HAIRSTYLISTS 6670 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church 532-4773 Debbie Brandt smiles at a customer, “Of course I’m the new attendant!” GRAPHIC SERVICES GRAHAM ROAD ESSO SERVICE CENTER 125 South Washington Street Falls Church 534-7575 Arlington Boulevard and Graham Road Falls Church 573-4550 256 The most convenient offices The most convenient hours The most for your money First® Virginia Bank Deposits insured to $20,000 by FDIC FIRST VIRGINIA BANK 6127 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church 256-5000 KARIN’S FLORIST Seven Corners Shopping Center Falls Church 532-4141 “Hello, I’d like to send a flowergram, please!” says Cecilia Pullizzi. Val Agnelli tests the quality of a washer at Thunderbird Appliance. THE GARAGE ANTIQUES 10915 W. Pico Los Angeles, California 474-7114 STANDARD CONTACT LENS SERVICE 240 W. Broad Street Falls Church 532-2667 THUNDERBIRD APPLIANCE CO., INC. 7238 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church 573-3900 258 BOOTS ’N JEANS 250 W. Broad Street Falls Church 532-2751 Kathy Lorenzo and Diane Webster find it hard to express how good a job Town and Country does. TOWN AND COUNTRY UPHOLSTERY Mari Douglas and Kathy Klewicki love the clothes at Boots ’N Jeans so much they’ll do anything to get them away from Richard Piefer and Jimmy Thomas. 315 S. Maple Avenue Falls Church 532-2481 BILL PAGE PONTIAC INC. 6715 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church JE3-9700 Debbie Erwin and Micki Darcey wait for a super salesman from Bill Page Pontiac. SUPERIOR CLEANERS “Boy, am I tired!’’ says Amanda Morrison as she takes a seat. VIRGINIA FORREST ESSO SERVICE STATION 7251 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church 560-1375 If you need help, like Judy Rue, Superior Cleaners is the place to go. 702 S. Washington Falls Church 533-1400 CREATIVE HOBBIES, INC. Mary Murphy finally learns to ride a bike at A. and A. Appliance Repair. A. and A. APPLIANCE REPAIR 6676 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church 534-2447 2810 Graham Road Falls Church 573-1633 “Now I can go home and build my moon rocket,” says Jean Foster. 260 FALLS CHURCH CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH BARBARA ELLEN FIGURE SALON Hillwood Avenue and Lee Highway Falls Church 532-2300 110 W. Broad Street Falls Church 534-0031 Vicki Waggener, Chuck Moran and Ted Morris feel the people at Shell are people to look up to. SEVEN CORNERS SHELL ECONOPRINT 626 S. Washington Street Falls Church JE2-6680 GRAHAM ROAD CITGO SERVICE STATION 6623 Wilson Boulevard Falls Church 532-6740 7231 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church 573-4150 261 ARFAX Sandy Small and Linda Rollins can’t resist squeezing the pillows at the Knitting Corner. 500 W. Broad Street Falls Church 534-4900 ANNANDALE SPORT AND HOBBY SHOP 7046 Columbia Pike Annandale 256-7255 THE KNITTING CORNER TOMA FURNITURE 6180 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church 534-1446 134 W. Broad Street Falls Church 534-4555 Brenda Albert tries to get rid of Winnie Roy so she can have the Koons Ford Mustang all to herself. mwerch i ' rj HI V - .-• I 1 KOON’S FORD 1051 E. Broad Street Falls Church 534-8900 Dave Cogan and Tom Short don’t need to coax people into Regent Realty. REGENT REALTY 6201 Leesburg Pike Falls Church 532-3353 FALLS CHURCH CAMERA SHOP, INC. 161 Hill wood Avenue Falls Church 532-2885 WESTLAWN CITGO SERVICE STATION 3040 Annandale Road Falls Church 533-7788 “Brent, you got yourself into this mess, now you can Wade yourself out of it!” sneer Patti Turner and Shelley Flynn. MODERN BRIDAL AND FORMAL SHOPPES KING-KERLEY DRY CLEANERS Seven Corners Shopping Center Falls Church 532-3040 444 South Washington Street Falls Church 532-1713 “What do you mean I don’t look as good as that girl in the picture?’’ demands Claire DuBois of Carroll Craig. LAMONT STUDIOS 5143 Lee Highway Arlington KE6-7172 264 JOSEPH W. SEAY CO. Pat Sullivan, safety instructor at Easy-Way Driving School, gives students some good advice. EASY-WAY DRIVING SCHOOL 107 Park Avenue Falls Church 532-0234 GOTT’S LINOLEUM 8217 Lee Highway Merrifield 560-3122 FENWICK SHELL SERVICE STATION 7463 Lee Highway Falls Church 573-9883 244 West Broad Street Falls Church 532-2620 HUGH’S MOBIL AND AUTO ELECTRIC 3039 Annandale Road Falls Church 533-0099 SIMPSON’S SPORTING GOODS INC. 7257 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church 573-3677 Simpson’s Sporting Goods provides equipment for all kinds of athletes. I 265 GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 6799 Wilson Boulevard Falls Church 532-4240 LEE GRAHAM MOBIL Lee Highway and Graham Road Falls Church 573-9851 Is this the knight in shining armour who has come to rescue Tommy Lomax from Debi Smith? FALLS CHURCH FLORIST 419 West Broad Street Falls Church 533-1333 Arlene McCarthy and Steve Blalock try out the beautiful goblets at W.J. Mazie, Jeweler. W.J. MAZIE, JEWELER 7307 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church 573-4300 STEVEN WINDSOR’S 6184 Arlington Boulevard Williston 533-1337 “When are we going to sign up for modeling jobs?” asks Sharon Perroots of Kenny Utterback. 266 MEESE’S FLOWER SHOP 203 East Fairfax Falls Church 534-7117 Meese’s flower shop provides a beautiful background for Karen Williams. DON’S CITGO SERVICE STATION 7477 Lee Highway Falls Church 573-2634 HOME HEATING CO. 8441 Lee Highway Merrifield 560-3700 WISSINGER CHEVROLET Seven Corners Falls Church 432-9200 Nanci Kirkland, Greg Lanpher and Gordon Jones enjoy the luxury of a 1972 Corvette at Wissinger Chevrolet. 267 BOULEVARD ESSO SERVICE STATION 6661 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church 533-5800 Ted Morris, Vicki Waggener and Chuck Moran wait anxiously for a ride around the block. SALE! f ! 4th Nov. 5th 9 VlKI 3RD ANNUAL NATIONWIDE CPFAFF) .|»l . « mn n o i M . kli huP.. Even Alan Hunsberger can learn to sew with the help of Delores Morrison and the Sew and Sew Forth Shop. SEW AND SEW FORTH SHOP 6184 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church 534-9630 K. KARIBIAN TAILORING SHOP 2936 Patrick Henry Drive Falls Church 532-5443 r i sgl Hr Jhi Craig Geoffreon wonders if Jay Von Runnen is qualified to be a tailor. 268 APOLLO RESTAURANT 7161 Lee Highway Falls Church 532-8400 Judy Rue and John Schmidtke are ready for the prom. DANCE TIME “I wonder whose wish will come true first,” says Phil Bozarth to Debbie List. 303 W. Broad Street Falls Church 532-9774 MERCHANT’S FIRESTONE, INC. 6660 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church 534-5300 MERCHAN ‘‘Just step inside and I’ll take care of you!” says Steve Freind. Perry Williams wonders if Elizabeth Steckbeck notices that there is a stranger in their midst. FAIRFAX BUILDING SUPPLY COMPANY 7634 Lee Highway Falls Church 560-4900 269 PRESTIGE DRY CLEANER’S, INC. 7257 Lee Highway Falls Church 531-9384 “No, I can’t fit in there!” says Mari Douglas to Richard Piefer. Mindy Hatton makes plans to roll Maury Saunders away unless he pays the bill. GEORGETOWN REMODELING OF VA. INC. 7175 Lee Highway Falls Church 532-1444 Dyan Findley always has her hair styled at Queen B. QUEEN B. COFFURES, INC. 3020 Annandale Road Falls Church 534-4176 270 ULBRICHT KITCHENS AND CABINET SHOP 408 S. Maple Avenue Falls Church 533-1114 RAYMOND’S BEAUTY SALON 2843 Rogers Drive Falls Church 560-5639 MR. LEWIS HAIRSTYLIST Tony Pometto moonlights as head chef at the Plaza 7 Restaurant. PLAZA SEVEN RESTAURANT Leesburg Pike and Juniper Lane Falls Church 533-1402 6769 Wilson Boulevard Falls Church 534-8081 271 American Field Service Cheerleading Club Civinette Club Class of ’72 Class of ’74 Drama F.B.L.A. Future Homemakers of America Future Teachers of America French Honor Society Girls Athletic Association Key Club Keyette Club National Honor Society Spanish Honor Society Student Government Torch and Banner Club Through the year the staff of the 1972 Jaguar worked many long hours to produce a yearbook that would belong to ALL the students of Falls Church. From the wee hours of the morning of deadline weekends to the day the book is distributed, the staff gave themselves unselfishly. Therefore my deepest thanks goes to the staff and the thought that without them, this yearbook would not have been possible. A very special thanks goes to Mindy Hatton who worked closely with me and who put up with my moods. To Mr. Brogan for helping out in a bind and for lifting our spirit. Much ap¬ preciation to Mr. Deal of Lam ont Studios for his constant backing and cooperation in devel¬ oping pictures in a short period of time. To Mr. Ellis of Hunter Publishing Company for his advice. Thanks also go out to some of the faculty in making our job a little easier. Lastly, to the parents of the staff for encouragement and the inconvenience caused by the deadlines, especially Gert, who gave me constant support. To the students — that in each year they may find success. Rosemary Sullivan Editor, 1972 Jaguar 272 1B( m m ;k IS : X 1954-1971 ' Jl 1955-1971 I ni A • - itLI l V $ -5 a : t r; ”- 8 • ¥ . ® 1“ » £ 1 " V .. ' ■■ . ' 11 ' , xu « ...4 r T f | r 1 IJ5 fnZ wt • ' j 77 | , . ■■ v; jf ! " 4i 1 _ i y £ ‘ w$ifc$£|: ..7 mTlr «■ » MSe ft - ... 1 V • f ■ " , P " .. j _ . ar _: -5: j P’ ;i f % ' r ’•- ' • ’ It it ' Jlflpt “ f i v 9HI m v 8k t- % fo p rip r. 9v 4 y 273 Abies, Nancy. 77,228 Adams, Christopher. 124,228 Adams, Daniel. 242 Addison, Carol . 242 Addison, Thomas. 105,107, 148.212 ADMINISTRATION. 16 AFS. 94 Agnelli, Valeris. 66,76,168 Ahearn, JoAnne. 77,97,113,228 Ahearn, John.212,242 Ajer, Dyanne. 76,78,212 Aker, Neal. 103,228 Albert, Brenda.62,71,76 86.113,168 Albertson, Kathy. 242 Alfano, Cathrine. 228 Allen, Joan.82,212 Allen, James. 242 Allen, John. 168 Almodovar, Guy. 146 Almodovar, Laura. 242 Alsager, Jeanne. 74,76,94 103,104,168 Alstadter, Debbie. 68,82,106 210.212 Alstadter, Teresa.98,212 Amans, William .105,212 Amon, Cynthia. 228 Amon, Dianne. 168 Anderson, Daniel.. . 101,168 Anderson, Katherine .97,151 158,242 Anderson, Kim . 112 Andrews, Cheryl.97,151 153,228 Angulo, Maria. 228 Anthony, Janet . 52,96,160 228 Anthony, Vicki. 60,242 Applegate, Vicki. 242 Araujo, Mariza. 76.79,82 97,150.212 Araujo, Ronaldo.146,168 Arbelaez, Juan. 228 Ardoin, Marion. 228 Ardoin, Mitch. 168 Ardoin, Nannette . 242 Arey, David. 140.228 Armstron, Ellen. 60,90.100 168 Arnold, David. 242 Arnold, Scott. 168 Arnold, Susan. 104,228 ART CLUB. 102 ART DEPT. 38 Arteaga, Kim. 242 Arthur, I,ouise. 103,242 Atchison. Barbara. 242 Atchison, Frank . 78,103,168 Atkins, Gary . 228 Bailey, Robert . 147,228 Baird, James .198,138 Bakanas, John.104,212 Baker, Curtis. 168 Baker, Marilyn . 168 Baker, William . 168 Balderson, Norm.85,118,140 212 Bales, Karen. 90,107,168 Bales, Virginia. 93 Ball, David. 242 Ball, Suzanne . 60,86,96 158.212 Ballard, Donna. 228 Baiun, Eugene. 169 Bambling, Vicki. 242 BAND. 112 Barkes, Dwight. 169 Barley, Phyllis. 107,226,228 Barnett, Thomas. 125,140,242 Barrett, Robert. 212 Barron, Michael . 212 BASEBALL. 140 Baskerville, Stephen. 242 Batt, Bonny. 97,150,212 Baxter, Bonnie. 90 Bayruns, Catherine .... 94,103,228 Bealby, Mark. 228 Beall, Deborah. 86,97,150 157.212 Beall, Diane. 60,69,97 151,157,242 Beamer, Craig.101,118,169 Beamer, Kim. 125,242 Beasley, Scott . 242 Beasley, Sean. 212 Beauge, Francis.101.212 Beck, Edward . 212 Becker, Charles. 228 Becker, David .112,242 Becraft, Catherine. 242 Bell, John. 132,228 Bell, Kathy.82,212 Bellavia, Anoinette.169,170 Bellefeuille, Francis.169,170 Belyea, Bruce. 170 Benfit, Edward . 105 Bennett, Anita. 228 Bennett, Barbara.112,114,212 Benoski, Ben.112.114,228 Berg, William.112,114,170 Berry, Michael. 212 Berryhill, Michael.101,170 Betts, George. 103,105,228 Betts, Patricia.112,113,212 Bevans, David. 212 Bevans, Thomas. 114 Beverlin, Carol . 212 Bichel, Paula. 97,228 • Bichel, Randy.104,212 Bickham, Donna. 170 Biddle, John. 170 Biddle, Mary. 52,60,242 Billick, Dieter . 170 Binda, Carrine. 76,79,96 158,170,179 Birbeck, Deborah . 212 Birch, David . 170 Birch, Mary.97,103,104,157 Birch, Paul. 212 Bischof, Denise. 170 Bjorklund, Rick. 74,89,94,171 Black, Bonnie .60,100 Black, Sherry. 212 Blackburd, Sam. 242 Blackwell, Bonnie. 242 Blackwell, Karen. 228 Blackwell, Pamela . 228 Blair, Mark .107,212 Blake, Charlotte .98,212 Blake, Linda .60,171 Blalock, Steve. 171 Blankenship, Benjamin. 242 Blankenship, Kathy . 242 Blough, Lisa. 212 Blough, Teresa. 212 Blum, William.94,103,105,212 Blumer, Alice . 171 Boaze, Debbie. 171 Bobbitt, Gail . 171 Boland, James. 228 Boland, Katherine. 212 Boland, Lucy. 171 Bollo, Deborah . 153,228 Bolotin, Christine. 228 Booth, Richard . 212 Borgatti, Pamela. 228 Botkin, Robin . 171 Bounds, Gary. 228 Bounds, Janet . 242 Bowen, Gary. 242 Bowen, William. 171 Bowes, Charles. 212 Bowes, John. 242 Bowman, Dale.114,212 Bowman, Robert. 171 Boyer, Steven . 139 Boyette, William.112,242 Bozarth, Philip . 71,72,94 102,171 Bradd, Carolyn . 157,242 Brandt, Debora. 46,76,79 86,95,171 Brandt, Nancy.69,77.97,242 Bray, Mark.76,212 Brenner, Deborah. 228 Brenner, Edwin. 171 Brickman, Ruth. 213 Bridgett, Gale . 228 Britten, Eric. 228 Brocato, Janice .82,213 Brocato, John. 228 Brockman, Charles .... 89,112,171 Brooker, Jeff. 172 Brooks, JoAnn. 172 Brooks, Kimberly.77,103 Brooks, Richard . 228 BROTHERHOOD WEEK . 56 Brown, Bonnie . 213 Brown, Brenda . 140 Brown, Charles. 10 Brown, Cheryl. 228 Brown, David . 242 Brown, Denver . 228 Brown, Diana . 242 Brown, Dianne .101,213 Brown, Richard. 213 Brown, William. 242 Bryan, Cathy. 228 Bryan, Vickie.100,172 Bryant, Jeanette. 242 Buck, Eric . 172 Bucklew, Susan.76,213 Buckley, John . 242 Buckley, Ronald.85,118,213 Buckley, Tommy. 213 Bucklin, Nina . 243 Buckman, Emery. 243 Buel, Robert. 80,102,243 Bugg, Barry .71,172 Bugg, John. 172 Bugg, Vicki. 243 Bulson, Carol. 213 Bunch, Gary.101,172 Bunck, Gregory. 243 Bundy, Elizabeth. 104.228 Burdick, Paul. 243 Burges, Kenneth. 243 Burgess, David . 243 Burke, Douglas. 243 Burke, Judy. 228 Burke, Robert M. 228 Burke, Robert P. 228 Burkett, Sallie.112,114 Burkett, Sue. 172 Burkhart, Richard .... 125,139,243 Burnett, Karen.71,213 Burns, David. 173 Burns, Timothy . . . 104,105,112,213 Burrill, Deborah. 243 Burrill, Donald. 243 Burrill, Robert. 228 Burroway, Cheryl. 90,106,173 Burton, Lynn. 76,86,113,213 Burton, Michael . 173 Burton, Suzanne.98,113,173 BUSINESS DEPT. 34 Bussler, Judy.66,76,80.81 86,170,173 Bussler, Linda. 68,76,86 103.213 Butler, Donna. 97,243 Byers, Wesley . 243 Cain, Wendy. 173 Caldwell, Terry. 243 Callahan, Michael. 228 Cameron, Margaret. 213 Campbell, Brian . 213 Campbell, Pam . 228 Campbell, Sandra. 60,226,228 CAMPUS LIFE . 95 Canas, Patricia. 97,98,243 Caperton, Duane. 89,104,112 114.213 Caperton, Karen . 243 Caperton, Linda. 213 Carlisle, Eugene .112,173 Carlisle, Jeffrey. 228 Carraway, Robert. 229 Carrier, Robert . 229 Carscadden, Lisa. . . . 61,76,112,213 Carter, Jean. 173 Carter, Ryan. 124,229 CAVE CLUB. 104 Caylor, Ronald . 243 Chandler, Leslie. 243 Chapline, Catherine . . . 93,102,213 Chapline, Rosa . 229 Charles, Ken . 173 Charles, Stephen. 229 Chastain, Daniel. 229 CHEERLEADING CLUB. 96 Chester, Ceasar.118,145 Chester, Harry. 173 Childers, Nancy . 72,77,78,229 Chiotos, Patricia. 243 Chrisman, Kenneth. 243 Chrisite, Karen .60,69,101,174 Christos, Michael .... 104,124,229 Chugg, Dee Ann . 97,150,229 Ciffo, Rudolph. 229 274 Cilinski, Gerald. . 213 Davis, Candi . . 244 Cilinske, Lisa. . . . . 97,98,243 Davis, Debra. . 76,94,98 Ciolfi, Dante . .89,213 106,176 Ciolfi, Emilio. .148,213 David, Donald. . 214 CIVINETTES. . 82 Davis, Howard . .112,244 CIVITANS. . 84 Davis, Linda . . 244 Clancy, Jeffrey. . 125,243 Davis, Robert. . 76,89,145,214 Claridge, Frederick . . 213 Davis, Rosalie. _ 60.93,214 Claridge, Susan .... . 97,243 Davitt, Michael. . 78,94,103,214 Clark, Barbara. .98,213 Dawson, Donald , , . . 229 Clark. Cathy. . 243 Day, Amber. . 153,229 Clark, Charles. . 229 Day, Robert.1 35,118,145,176 Clark, Mark. . 214 D.E. . 101 Clark, Nancy. . 229 DEBATE CLUB .... . 80 Clark, Rita. . 243 Degroot, Robert .... . 176 Clark, Robert. . 214 Dehaven, Kathy.... . 214 Clarke, Bonnie. . 229 Dehaven, Mark .... . 229 Clarke, James. .243 Dejarnette, Loretta . .90,176 Clarke, John. . 229 Delgado, Alberto . . . . 214 Clarke, Martyn .... .214 Delgado, Felix. . 176 Clarke, Susan . .100,174 Dellas, Geraldine . . . . . . 62,82,176 Claud. Suzanne .... . 229 Dellas, Judith. _ 76,96,160 Clem, Charles . . 229 114,229 Clements, Judy .... . . 62,68,86,214 Dellert, Ellen. . . . 77,103,112 Cleveland, Gary . . . . 124,229 114,229 Clutz, Dale. . 229 Dellinger, Debbie . . . 244 Clutz, Steven. . 174 Dellinger, Rex. . 244 Cobert, Samuel .... .138,174 Dennis, Marie. .76,214 Cochran, Robert . . . . 229 Dennison, James . . . . 102,244 Coddington, James . .85,174 Dennison, Robert . . . 214 Codoley, Michael . . .114,223 Denny, Clifton. . 230 Cogan, Kenneth .... .85,174 Depalma, Armand . . 140 Cole, Jane. . 214 Depalma, Greg. . 176 Cole, Jeffrey. . 174 Depalma, Judith . . . . . . 72,103,224 Cole, Laura . . 243 Derrow, Cheryl .... .90,176 Collet, Suzanne .... . 214 Deskins, Carol. . 176 Collins, Kathy. . 243 Deskins, Gary. . 176 Collins, Pamela .... . 229 Deskins, Jesse. .214 Collins, Susan. .100,174 Deskins, Reeta. . 176 Cologne, Harry . . . . .621,214 Deskins, Wendell . . . 244 Compton, Ronald . . .101,174 Desrosiers, Mary-Jan e . . 72,80,230 Conrad, Edwin , . . . . 174 Desrosiers, Nancy . . . 214 Conray, John. . 214 Dettra, John. . 244 Cook, Charles . . 243 Dick, Darlene. . 244 Cook, Michael. .. 229 Dick, Doreen. . 214 Cooper, Richard . . . . . . 94,103,104 Dickerson, Ellie.... . 79,230 170,174 Dickerson, Wilton . . . . . 76,104,177 Copelin, Patrick . . . . 243 Dikes, Leslie . . 230 Coppage, Katen . . . . . 243 Disilvio, Elizabeth . . 214 Cordell, Clifford . . . .229 Disilvio, Joseph .... . 244 Corrothers, Edmund . 147,229 Disilvio, William . . . . 230 Coverston, Gary . . . . 229 Dixon, Joseph . . 214 Cowan, Christopher . 229 Dixon, Lyle . . 244 Cowan, Nancy. . 52,82,96 Dixon, Ronald. . 177 159,214 Dodd, Susan . . . 75,94,95.177 Cowan, Wesley . . . . . 174 Dodge, Cheryl. .112,230 Cox, David. . 214 Dodson, Charles . . . . 230 Cox, Martin. . 229 Dolan, Brian . . . . . 76,85,177 Cragle, Claude. . . . 85,118,140 Donahue, John. . 103,224 Craig, Stephen. . 229 Donnachie, Debbie . .214 Craig, Willis. . . . 85,118,126 Donock, Steven .... . 230 140,174 Donohue, Diane . . . .230 Cramer, Lona. .... 93,98,214 Donovan, Anne .... . . 77,79,97,230 Craver, Brian. . 243 Dorff, Marjorie .... . 230 Craver, John. . 124,139,229 Douget, Douglas . . . .101,177 Crawford, Kathy . . . . 243 Dougherty, William . 230 Crawford, Linda . . . 98,103,113,214 Douglas, Marianne . . 52,60.96 Crawford, Mindy . . .113,243 159,177 Creel, Patricia. . 175 Douglas, Mark. . 244 Crim, JoAnne. . . 60,69,76,214 Douglas, Richard . , . 101 Critchfield, Steven . . 103,229 Dowd, Patrick. . 76,78,104,215 CROSS COUNTRY . . 144 Dowler, Cheryl .... . 177 Crow, Terry. . 52,96,160,229 Downey, Harry . . . . .145,177 Crowder, Colleen . . . . . 97,103,243 Drago, Diane. . . . . 77,78,104 Crum, Ronald . . . . 95,138,175 DRAMA CLUB . . . . . 103 Cruse, Janet. _ 76,90,175 Draper, Kimberly . . . 244 Cull, Linda. . 60,93,103,175 Dries, David. . 215 Cunningham, Deborah. 97,243 Dreisonstock, Linda .106,177 Currie, David. . 175 Dross, Pauline. . 244 Curtin, Anne. .93,214 DuBois, Christopher . 215 Curtin, John. .76,175 DuBois, Claire. . . . 60,62,70,86 Curtin. Stephen . . . . . 229 100,106,150,177 Custer, Jeffrey. . 144,243 Dukes, John. .112,230 Daigle, Bruce. . 243 Duncan, Gail. . . . 82,152,177 Dameron, John . . . . . 214 Dunlop, Peter . . 102,244 Daniels, Donnie. . . . . 229 Dunn, Richard. .101,118 Daniels, Sharon. . . . _ 76,96,157 Dunn, Robert. . 140,230 159,175 Dunn, Stephen . . . . . 125,244 Darcey, Michele . . . . .62,86,96,175 Duvall, Richard . . . . . 244 Darcey, Patrick . . . . . 125,243 Dye, Douglas. . 125,244 Daube, Richard . . . . . 214 Dyer, Susan. .62,177 Daves, Roy. . 243 Eckert, Arthur. . 144,230 Davidson. Beatrice . . 244 Eckert, Michael . . . . . 244 Davis, Ann. . 229 Edmundson, James . . . 112,114,244 Eggar, Cheryl .... . . . 230 Eisenhauer, Susan . 77.103.244 Eiserman, Gary. 80,244 Eiserman, Kathleen 97,151,230 Eiserman, Steven . 230 Eletto, Jeffrey. 230 Elkins, Kathryn. 244 Ellis, William. 244 Elwood, Kenneth. 230 Engler, John. 230 English, Darrell. 215 ENGLISH DEPT. 22 Enright, Cecil.101,177 Epling, Diane. 96,160,244 Epling, Jean. 76,82,215 Erie, James. 215 Erska, Linda . 230 Erska, Sharon. 244 Erler, Robin.103,112,114,215 Erwin, Deborah.62,177 Erwin, Pamela.151,230 Eschenburg, Erich. 215 Eschenburg, Lise. 230 Estep, Alan . 103,244 Evans, Charles. 230 Evans, Johannes. 77,230 Evans, Marina. 96,160.244 FACULTY . 14 FBLA . 100 Failes, Sharon. 245 Fallon, Daniel. 230 Fallon, Lynne . 177 Farrington, Kimberly . . 97,157.230 Farstad, Wendy. 245 Fauntleroy, Karen. 98,230 Feit, Douglas. 105,148,245 Fenton. David. 245 Ferguson, James. 125,245 Ferguson, Linda. 230 Ferguson, Michael . 245 Ferguson, Vanessa. 245 Feuerstein, Deborah. 215 Fewell, David . 245 FHA .98 Fields, Charlene. 230 Filippone, Rita . 230 Fincher, Wayne. 215 Findley, Diane. 177 Fink, Patricia. 78,104,230 Finlay, Dianna . 177 Finlay, Gary. 230 Fioramonti, Joseph. 105,230 Fioramonti, William. 105,245 Fisher, Brenda. 245 Fisher, Ruth. 245 Fitchett, Charles. 245 Fitts, James . 85,126,177 Flather, John. 124,132,230 Fling, Janet. 230 Flint, Charles. 230 Flossos, Marie. 230 Floyd, David. 215 Flynn, Clarence.138,215 Flynn, Katherine. 52,82,97 152,215 Flynn, Paul . 230 Flynn, Shelley. 51,62,86 97,178 Flynn, Susan.151,245 Foltz, Donna. 230 FOOTBALL. 118 Ford, David. 178 Ford, Francesca . 62,100,178 Ford, Lisa. 178 Forker, Karen . 245 Forker, Robert. 215 Forshee, Connie . 230 Fortune, Ann. 178 Fortune, Gwendolyn . 245 Fortune, Patricia. 215 Fosnight, Dale.51,178 Fosnight, Daniel. 245 Foster, Alexandre. 230 Foster, Jean.106,112,113,178 Foulks, Sharon. 230 Fowler, Charles. 215 Fowler, Gregory . 230 Foxwell, Robert. 125.245 Foxwell, Sharon.60,179 Fraber, Clifford. 215 Fraber, Scott. 230 Francis, Jeannie . 245 Francis, Thomas. 104,124,230 Frank, Carol. 97,245 275 Frank, Rosemary. 179 Franklin, Robert. 215 Fraser, Roger.101,179 Fravel, Dennis.112,114,179 Frazier, Herbert. 179 Frazier, Welbie. 230 Freehill, Daniel. 245 Freehof, Jeffrey. 72,76,78,215 Freeman, Gregory. 179 Freeman, Janet . 82,107,215 Freeman, Mike . 230 FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY ... 79 FRESHMEN. 240 Freshwater, Barbara.215 Freyer, Eleanor. 77,79,231 Friend, Steve.118,138,179 Fritz, Gerald . 215 Frye, Luther. 124,231 Frye, Patricia. 69,97,103,245 Frye, Susan. 77,103,112 114,231 FTA. 98 Fulford, Linda. 245 Fulmer, Gretchen. 215 Funkhouser, Alan.85,118,179 Funkhouser, Susan. 215 Furr, Deborah. 98,245 Furr, Dennis . 231 Furr, Patricia.98,215 Furuichi, Clifford. 215 Fyock, Gary. 179 Fyock, Timothy. 103,124,231 Gazes, Lawrence. 144,245 Gearheart, Cathy. 245 Gearheart, Ronald. 245 Geisler, Cheryl . 74,76,78,81 94,180 Geisler, Karen. 215 Geist, Brian. 215 Genduso, Suzette .82,216 Genduso, Teresa.96,160 Gentry, Carlton. 231 Gentry, Cynthia.90,180 Geoffrion, Craig. 78,94.103 180 GERMAN CLUB . 103 Getz, Cecilia. 245 Geuder, Susan. 67,70.76,78 86,216 Giancaspro,Michael .... 76,89,112 216 Gilbert, Larry. 231 Gilcrist, John.112,231 Gilliam, Erick . 245 Gillis, Reginald. 139,245 Gilroy, Mindy.90,113,180 Gilroy, Patti. 96,160,245 Gilroy, Russell. 132,231 GIRL ' S BASKETBALL. 152 Gladden, Donald. 180 Glahn, Gary. 245 Glahn, Robert . 76.89,112 114,186 Glass, Penelope. 245 Godbout, Michael. 231 Godlove, Mark. 231 Goff, Lane . 231 Golden, Brenda. 245 Goldman, Barry. 180 Gomez, Marina. 231 Gooch. Susan . 245 Goodwin, John . 125 Goodwin, Pamela.112,216 Grahm, Michael . 231 Grahm, Sharon.101,216 Gramling, Dale. 245 Grannell, Mary. 77,78,231 Grant, Cynthia. 216 Grant, Richard . 232 Green, Sandra. 232 Greenberg, Robert. 76,104,216 Greene, Mark. 105,245 Greenfield, Marcia. 245 Greenfield, Susan. 232 Greenquist, Kim .. .90,112,114,180 Greenquist, Rock. 216 Grees, Mitchell. 76,78,181 Gregson, Sandra. 216 Greyer, Keith. 245 Griffith, Gail.46,86,210,216 Griggs, Lynn . 61,77,78,96 160,232 Grimes, Catherine. 78,86,216 Groesbeck, Desiree. 246 Grogan, Paul. .112,216 113,232 Groger, James . .101,181 Hennesey, Bonnie . . .113,217 Groshon, Michele . . Hennesy, Brian . . . . . 232 Gross, Pamela. . 181 Hennesy, Paul. _ 75,76.183 Groves, Allen. . . 76,80,89,112 Hennesy, Shawn . . . .112,246 114,181 Henrickson, Cheryl. .107,217 Guerin, Cheryl. . 181 Henrickson. Diane . .246 Guerin, Richard . . . .232 Henry, Catherine. , . . . 77,97,98,232 Guernsey, Alison . . . 103,246 Henry, Monica. . . . . 97,98,246 Guernsey, Douglas . .216 Hensley, Sharon . . . .246 Guice. April. . . 76,90,98,216 Hensley, Sherri . . . . . 246 Guice, Edward. . 246 Henson, Rodney . . . . 246 GUIDANCE DEPT. . . 18 Hepler, Mary. 97,150,157,217 GYMNASTICS .... . 157 Herman, George . . . . 217 Haase, Susan. . . . 77,112,246 Herman, Kevin , . . . . 183 Hajec, James . . 147,232 Herman, Lavaun . . . .100,183 Hale, Edward. . 101 Herrity, Gregory . . . . 246 Hall, Beverly. . 232 Hershey, David . . . . . . 124,139,232 Hall, Bryan . . 232 Hetrick Lynn. . 183 Hall, Danny. .232 Heuer, James. . 183 Hall, Donald . . . . 85,126.181 Heyman, Edward . . . 69,76,78 Hall, Gary . . 246 103,217 Hall, George. . . . 85,126,181 Hile, Thomas. . 217 Hall, Russell . .246 Hill, Anita. 76,112,114,183 Hall, William. . 246 Hill, Connie. _ 78,97,246 Haluska, Michael . . . 181 Hill, Michael. .217 Hamblin, Virginia . . .112,232 Hill, Terry. . 232 Hamner, James .... . 232 Hiner, David. . 232 Hamner, Michael . 60,76,89 Hite, Virginia. . 183 181 Hively, Charles .... . 246 Hanafan, Kathleen , .100.181 Hoak, Donna. . 217 Haney, Douglas .... . 216 Hockenberry, Danny .246 Hanley, Raymond . . . . 126,148,181 HOCKEY . . 150 Hanley, Richard . . . .148,216 Hogan, Debra. . . 100,107,217 Hanna, Mark. .85,216 Hogan, John. .101,217 Hanna, Patrick .216 Hogan, Juanita. .100,183 Hanrahan, Kathleen . 103,232 Hogan, Vivian. . 232 Hansen, Joan. .232 Holland, David .... .232 Hanson, Gregg. .232 Holland, Jacqueline . 232 Hardegree, Roxanne .60,61 Holland, Linda .... . 246 Harding, Patricia. . . .216 Holland, Rebecca . . . 246 Hare, Wendy .... .101,182 Holland, Wendell . . . 183 Harmon, Gregg .... . 246 Hollohan, Michael . . 183 Harmon, Holli. .246 Holloway, David . . . . 232 Harnage, Denise . . . .97,151 Holloway, John .... .78,94 Harrington, John . . . . 132 103,232 Harrington, Mary . 182 Holloway, Mary . . . . 78,89,94 Harris, April. .103,216 103,183 Harris, Brad. . 216 Holmaas, Joanne . . . .75,183 Harris, Charles .... . 182 Holmes, Michael . . . .217 Harris, Linda. .232 Holper, Linda . .100,217 Harris, Michael J. . . . . 89,226,232 Holtzman, Sharon. . . . . 60.100,183 Harris, Michael W. . 125,246 HOMECOMING. . , . . 46 Harris, Phyllis. . 216 HOME ECONOMICS . 36 Harris, Shelley .... . . . 76,113,182 Hooper, Dana . . 184 Hart, Brian. _ 76,80,102 Hooper, Leslie. . 52,246 104,217 Hooper, Sorita. _ 62,82,184 Hart, Daniel. . 246 Hoover, Brian . . . 103,112,246 Hart, Robyn. .101,182 Hoover, Kevin. . . . . 76,80,104 Hart, Suzan. . 246 210,217 Harrell, Gregory . . . . 182 Hopkins, Douglas . . . 217 Hartell, David. . . . 76,80.81,89 Hopkins, Lynn . . .90,184 94,147,182 Hopkins, Vickie . 232 Hartell, Diane. .77,112 Hopkins, William . . 184 114,246 Horton, Barbara . . . . 77,78,97 Hartman, Eugena 113,217 157,232 Harvey, Vicki. . . 232 Hoskins, Dwight . . . .217 Hascall, Marcie .... . 82,96,159,217 Hoskins, James .... .138,184 Hastings, Greg. . 246 Hosmer, Allen . . . 105,232 Hastings, Patricia . . . 217 Hosmer, Virginia. . . . 246 Hatcher, Bruce .... Houtz, Daniel . . 246 Hatcher, Kenneth . . . 246 Howard, Alan. .217 Hatton, Charles. . 182 Howard, Gerald . . . .77,78 Hatton, Melinda . . . . . 68,70,86,182 139,232 Hawkins, Robin . . . 246 Hueston, Paula . . . .232 Hawkins, Rov . , , . 81,89,112 Hughes, Richard . . . . . . . 76,78,102 114,182 104,217 Hayes, Alta . . . 100,106,217 Hughes, Susan. .82,217 Hayes, Irvin. . 125,246 Hull, Debra . 246 Hayhurst, Lyle. .85,118 Hull, Judith .... . 77,79,103,233 126,217 Hull, Lynda . . . 217 Head, John . . . .138,183 Hull, Robert . 184 Healey, Theresa. . . . . 76,97,217 Humphrey, Kelly. . 246 Heater, Kenneth . . . . . , . 76,89,112 Hunsberger, Alan . . 89,107,184 114,183 Hunsberger, Kent . 246 Heater, Richard. .114,232 Hunsberger, John . 184 Heath, Michael . . 217 Hunt, Dawn . .112,246 Heath, Rebecca. . 232 Hunter, George .217 Hecker, Bruce. . 140,232 Hunter, Nancy . . 233 Hedrick, Christine . . 246 Hunter, Nelson . 217 Hedrick, Mary. . 232 Hunter, Sheryl . 112,113,217 Heine, Michael . . 183 Hunter, Steven . .233 Helt, Robert. .101,183 Hunter, Victor. .89,217 Henard. Nancy . .103,112 Huseby, Sydney . 184 276 Huston, Sharon. 246 Hutchins, Jeffrey.140,184 Hutchison, Donna. 246 Hutchison, Kathryn .90,184 Hyatt, Michael.118,145 I.C.T. 107 Idigpio, Cynthia . 246 Idigpio, David. 233 Ihara, Arlene. 78,103,185 lhara, Catherine . . . 77,112,114,233 Ingalsbe, Randall . 217 Ingalsbe, Terry .147,185 Inman, Judy.101,217 INTRODUCTION . 4 Ison, David . 233 IT ' S ACADEMIC. 81 Ivie, Andrea. 246 Jackson, Evelyn. 96,160,246 Jackson, Garland. 246 Jackson, John. 217 Jackson, Richard. 102,103,233 Jackson, Wanda.60,96 159,218 Jackson, William. 218 Jacobson, Richard. 76 JAGUAR JOURNAL. 72 Jamison, Janice. 97,246 Jankowski, Joan . 76,78,185 Jenkins, Barbara. 246 Jenkins, Gary. 185 Jenkins, Joy. 185 Jenkins, Linda. 246 Jennings, Sherri. 246 Jibeault, David . 246 Johnson, Cynthia. 218 Johnson, Dennis. 112 Johnson, Diane. 97,246 Johnson, Gary. 68,78,103,218 Johnson, Marguerite.218 Johnson, Michael . 246 Johnson, Ralph. 218 Johnson, Robert. 246 Johnson, Susanne. 77,97,233 Johnston, Linda. 246 Joki, Janice. 72,77,78,98 Jolly, Cudd. 233 Jones, Bruce.89,218 Jones, Corlis. 233 Jones, Debra. 233 Jones, John. 218 Jones, Karen L. 97,98,247 Jones, Karen R. 233 Jones, Linwood. 218 Jones, Robert. 71,94,146,185 Jones, Rollin . 218 Jones, Russell . 247 Jones, Stanley. 185 Jones, Susan . 185 Jones, Thomas.103,185 Jordan, Carol. 94,104,185 Jordan, JoAnn. 60,113,233 Jordan, William. 105,148,233 Joseph, Deborah. 76,97,186 Joseph Martha. 97,103,151 153,247 Julian, Elaine. 101 Juliano, Vincent . 85,145,186 JUNIORS . 210 Kackley, Margaret.101,186 Kancler, William. 186 Karageore, Halen . 247 Karicher, Tobin.76,218 Kearns, Dennis. 253 Kearns, Douglas.125,147 Kearns, Linda.100,218 Keay, Adele.76,101,186 Keen, Cathy.106,186 Keller, Eric. 247 Kelm, Sarah. 103 Kendall, Henry. 247 Kenestrick, Elizabeth . . 60,113,233 Kennedy, Keith . . . .94,103,105,148 Kennick, Carol.90,218 Kennick, Sharon. 90,100,186 Kent, Peggy .90,218 Kerins, Mary. 77,79,233 Kerns, Samuel. 233 Kerns, William. 218 KEY CLUB. 88 KEYKTTES. 86 Keys, Darryl. 103,112,114 146,196 Keys, John. 233 Kidd, Nettie. 247 Kid well, Joseph . . . . . 233 Levitt, Patricia. . . . 77,152,234 103,191 Kim Kyung. . 247 Lewis, Cathy . . 107,153,234 Matthews, Debra. . . . . 112,114,248 Kim, Kyunghee .. . , .94,186 Lewis, Scott. . 219 Mattson, Lori. . 76,79,104,192 Kimmell, Brandon . . 103,233 LIBRARY. . 21 Mattson, Monica . . . . 77,79,103,234 Kimmell, Hollen . . . . 97,247 Liebau, Robert.89,112,114,234 Mattusch, Alix. . . 248 King, Diane. . 247 Liggett, Michael. . 105,247 Mattusch, Margot .219 King, Edward . . . . 186 Liggett, Timothy .... . 234 Mauer, Elizabeth . . . . . . 98,106,219 King, Kenneth . . . 186 Lilly, David. . 247 Maynard, Edward . . .138,219 Kirby, Diane . . 187 Lingar, Cheryl. . 190 McBrearty, Sean . . . . 192 Kirby, Philip. . 187 Linn, Theresa . . 247 McCann, Edward . . 76,105,112,219 Kirkland, Loretta . . .247 Liptrap, Joan. . 219 McCann, Terrance . . 125 Kirkland, Nancy . . . . . . 52,67,68,76 List, Debra. .82,190 McCaroll, Thomas . . 219 86,112,113,187 List, Valerie. . 219 McCarthy, Arlyne . .... 69,71,192 Kirkland, Sharon . . . 247 LIT. MAG. . 74 McCarthy, William . .114,234 Kistulentz, Ann . . . . . 69,77,79 Little, Deborah . . 219 McClafferty, Vickie. . 235 112,114,233 Little, Nan cy. . 52,62,86.190 McClintoch, Kathryn. 102 Kleinfelder, Danny . . 218 Littlewood, Lisa .... . 94,234 McCormack, Timothy . 144,145,192 Klewicki, kathy . . . . . . 51,60,96.100 Locklear, Sandra. . . . . 247 McCoy, Jack. .101,192 106,158,187 Loflin, Lynne .... . 247 McCrae, Pegi. . 112 Kline, Diana. .74,218 Lomax. David . . 247 McDaniel, Bruce . . Kline, Thomas. . 72,74,76 Lomax, Thomas. .101,190 McDaniel, Jane . .... 86,98,219 102,187 Long, JoAnn. .157,190 McElwee, Susan . . . .101,219 Klingebiel, Fredrick . 187 Long, Orrin . . 247 McGowan, Patricia . . 192 Klinger, Zina. . 233 Looney, Susan. 77,79,103,234 McGraw, Mary . . . . . 68,76,86 Knauer, Dorothy . . . . 247 Lorenzo, Kathy. . 60,86,95,190 96,158,192 Knestrick, Joseph . . . . . 85,118.218 Lottig, Robert. . 219 McGraw, William . . . 220 Knight, Helene. .104,153 Louis, Sue . . 247 McGrirk, Danny . 192 Knight, Sheila. .101,187 Loveless, Danny . . . . . 219 McGuirk, Patricia . . 98,220 Knight, Thomas . . . . .114,247 Loveless, Wayne . . . . . 125,141,247 McIntosh, Gregory . . 235 Knott, Virginia. 76,112,113,218 Lowenhaupt, Bruce . . 234 McIntyre, Philip . . . . 89,112,220 Kobayashi, Forrest . .... 76,85,118 Lowenstern, James . . . 248 McKeever, Amanda . 98,220 126,187 Lu, Amos. . 102,104,219 McKenrick, Jane . . . . 235 Kobayashi, Teresa. . .97,151 Lu, Mary. _ 76.78,86 McKinley, Mary . . . . 192 153,247 94,190 McKinney, Debra .60,160 Koch, Fredrick . . . . . 247 Lucas, Deborah. . . 90,152,190 McMillan, John . . . . 85,124,132,235 Koch, Kathy. . . . 76,100,218 Lucas, Donald.89,112,114,191 McNair, Gene . . 235 Koch, William. . 233 Lucas, Sharon. . 90,248 McQuain, George . . 76,124.210,220 Kopach, Linda. . 188 Ludwig, Jean. . . 60.62,76,82 Mead, Cynthia. 94,112,113,235 Kraemer, Jack. . 233 112,191 Mechem, Debra . . . . . 235 Kraus, Mary. .188 Lundell, Bruce. .101,191 Mechem, Sharon . . . .100,192 Kraynock, Gary . . . . . 247 Lundien, Craig. . 103,234 Meckley, Elwood . . . .101,193 Krein, Kathy . . . . 86,100,103 Lundien, Herbert . . . . 191 Meeks, Janet . . 249 112,113,188 Lunsford, James . . . . . . 85,118,145 Meeks, Teresa . . .112,220 Kremer, Judith. . 90,247 219 MeGaw, George . . . . .114,220 Kremer, Richard . . . . 218 Lusby, Raymond . . . . . 248 MeGaw, Stuart . . . . . 249 Kriner, Bruce. . 188 Lustig, Martha. . 234 Melichar, Lindsay . . . 193 Kriner, Wayne. . 233 Lutz, Sharon . . 90,248 Mella, Paul. . 193 Krysinski, Neal . . . . . 247 Lutz, Valerie. . . . 77,94,248 Mella, Terry. . . 105,148,249 Kuwano, Douglas . . .218 Lyon, Joni. . . 60.100,219 Melvin, Rebecca . . . . 103,220 LaCasse, Michael . . .103,126 Lyons, Patricia. . 191 Mendoza, Lorraine . . 235 140,218 Macauley, Molly .... .248 Menger, James. . . . 77,132,148 LaCoss, Stephen . . . . 247 MacDonald, Diane . . . 234 Mercado, Roberto . . . 249 Lamb, Martha. . 233 MacDonald, John , . . . 124,234 Merrell, Blair. . 249 Lambert, Carol . . . . .106,218 MacDonald, Paul . . . . 248 Merrell, Jacquelyn . . 193 Landry, Diane. . 233 MacGowan, Elizabeth . . . 77,79,80 Merrell. Kendra . . . . . 220 Landry, Judith. . 219 104,151 Merrifield, Lori . . . . . 235 Lane, Cathy. .101,188 MacGowan, Virginia . 97,248 Merritt, Linda. . 98,249 Lane, Roberta . . 247 MacGregor, Janis . . . . 234 Mesisca, Cynthia. . . . 249 Langlais, Cheryl . , . .247 MacNevin, Beth. . . . 94,97,234 Metras, Ann. . 101 Langlais, Michael . , . 247 Magarity, Virginia. . . .219 Metzler, Jan. . 249 Langley, Steven . . . . . 233 Magarity, Wesley . . . . 248 Meurer, Rick. .101,193 LANGUAGE DEPT. . 26 Magill, Robert. . . 85.118,139 Meyer, Jeffery. . 220 Lanpher, Greg. . . 104,118,188 Magorian, Thomas . . . 248 Meyer, Richard . . . . . 249 Lanpher, Ted. . . . 76,138,219 Mahoney, Kathy .... . 248 Michael, Barry.... . 125,249 Lansdown, Carl. . . . . . 126,145,219 Mahoney, Kevin .... . 219 Mickle, Jane . . 249 Lansdown, Theresa . 233 Maiatico, Paul. . . 98,105,248 Mickle, Phillip. . 235 Lantz, Jane. . 189 Major, Barbara. . . . . 52,82,97 Mickle, Robin. . 220 Larsen, David. . 247 152,219 Mihaldo, Robin . 220 Lash, Patrick. . 189 Major, Dean. . 248 Mikovitz, John . . 249 Lasley, Brian. . 247 Major, William. . 234 Miller, Craig . 193 Lasley, Joyce. . 234 Male, )an . .98,191 Miller, Debie . 235 Lasley, Thomas . . . . . 234 Marcellin, Roger .... . 234 Miller, Geraldine . . . . . 78,100,220 Lau, David. . 139,234 Male, Jan . .98,191 Miller, |ohn . 193 Lauffer, Rebecca . . . . 247 Marcellin, Roger .... . 234 Miller, Peter .76,193 Lourendeau, John . . . 247 Marcey, Jeanette .... . 191 Miller, Susan ... . .100,193 Lawrence, Lynne . . .101,219 Maricle, Charles .... . 248 Millican, Teresa . 103,249 Lawson, Charles . . . . 189 Maricle, Linda. . 219 Millington, Eric . . . . . 235 Lawson, Judith . . . . . 247 Maricle, Robert. .51,191 Mills, Christina . . . . .76,193 Lawson, Patricia . . . . 234 Marshall, Marc. . 234 Mills, Karen . .112,194 Layland, Jonathan . . 234 Marsters, Linda. . . 100,107,113,191 Minturn, Brooke . 235 Layland, Sydney . . . . . 112,114,219 Marsters, Stephen , . , . 219 MISS FCHS . . . 60 Leaser, Steve. . 189 Martin, An nette. . 103 Molina, Patricia . . . . . . . 97,98,249 Lee, Cameron. . 189 Martin, Barbara. .101,191 Monagahan, Pamela . 249 Lee, Eleanor. . 247 Martin, Jill. 74,94,103,234 Monahan, Raymond . 220 Lee, John . . . 124,138,234 Martin, Robert. . 219 Monnick, Nora . 77,235 Lee, Sidney . 85,118,138,189 Masse, Armand. . . 77,112,234 Monroe, Mark . . . 235 Lee, Zelma. . 247 Mason, Mary. . 112,114,191 Montema, Jacquelyn e. 249 LeGrand, Dorothea . . . . 60,114,189 Mastropolo, Elizabeth .97,151 Montminy, Joseph . 124,235 Leone, John. . 139,234 157,234 Moore, Douglas . . 76,80,94,103 LeQue, D. . 247 MATH DEPT. . 80 112,114,194 Letzkus, Michael. . . . 247 Mathena, Rebecca . . . . 234 Moore, Richard . . . . . 76,78,89 Letzkus, Stephen. . . . 189 Matteson, Sharon . . . . 219 112,114,220 Levin, Diane . . 190 Mattheison, Dirk . . . . . 75,76.94,191 Moran, Charles . . . . _51,68,112 Levin, Martin. .... 77,80,234 Mattheison, Michael. . . . . 74,76,94 179,194 277 Moran, Cynthia . . . . . . 103,112,235 Pallansch, Mary . . . 103,249 Reinemer, Michael .78,103 Scammon, Michael . . . . 236 Mordhorst, Mark. . , . 249 Palmer, Francis . . . . , . 124,139,235 197 Scarbrough, Larry. . . . . 200 Moreau, Kathryn. . _ 77,103,235 Palmer, Gary. . 249 Reinemer, Steven . . 103 Schafer, Pamela . . 52,76.86,97 Moreland, Debbie . . . 249 Paquette, David . . . . 132,235 Revis, Elfrieda .... . . . . 76,103,157 107,157,222 Morris, Ted . . 194 Parker, Howard . . . . 249 Reynolds, Jeffery . . . 222 Schaffner, Joseph . . . . . . . . 103,251 Morrison, Amanda . 70,76,86 Parks, Bonnie .... . 221 Rhiger, Jayne. . . . . 96,160,250 Schaffstall, John. . . . . 124,236 106,194 Parks, Kathleen . . . . 97,249 Rhiger, Karen .... .112,236 Schaffstall, Lynn. _101,199 Morrison, Darlene. . 97,249 Passino, Thomas . . . 139,249 Rich, Kathy . . 78,236 Scharfe, Sara. . . 77,78,236 Morrison, Delores . _ 51,60,76,86 Patchan, John .... . 249 Richard, Margaret . 60,250 SCIENCE CLUB . . . 104 100,112,194 Patterson, Patricia . 235 Richard, Mary . . 197 SCIENCE DEPT. . 32 Morrison, Donna. . . 60,76,86 Patterson, Yvonne. . 98,249 Richards, Patricia . . 60,236 Scerbo, John . . 199 100,194 Paul, Joseph. . 196 Richardson, Andy . 76,89,112 Schimmel, Paul. . 222 Morrison, Patrick . . . 194 Payne, Archie .... .125,139 222 Schindler, William . . . . 236 Morrison, Timothy . . . . 98,105,249 Payne, Karon. . 196 Ricks, Raymond . . . 236 Schmidke, John. . . . . 118,138 Moss, Jim. . . 83,118,220 Payne, Linda. . 235 Ricks, Ronald .... . 250 145,199 Mott, Joan . . 249 Pazanowski, Bernard. 105,249 Ridgeway, Mary . 222 Schmugge, Jeffrey . . . . . 222 Mountjoy, Gary . . . . . 125 Pazanowski, Kathleen . . . 76,78,90 Ridingin, Dorna. . . . 98,222 Schneider, Kevin. . 251 Mowson, Ellen . . . . . . . 75,103,194 221 Ridingin, Delores , .91,250 Schneider, Ronald . . . .76,199 Multog, Heidi . . 194 P.E, DEPT. . 40 Riedmiller, Paul . . . 236 Scholetzky, Eric . . 251 Murdock, Francine . . 52 Pelham, Carolyn . . . 235 RIFLE CLUB . . . . 105 Schultz, Gary. . 101 Murdock, Sheilah . . . 82,220 Pennie, James .... . 235 RIFLE TEAM . 149 Schultz, Richard. . 236 Murphy, Karen . . . . . 98,233 Pentecost, J ohn , , . . 250 Riggles, James .... . 236 Schwandt, Michael. . . . 251 Murphy, Mary. . 68,70,86 Penwell, Paula . . . . . 250 Riker, Edmund . . . . 250 Scogno, Mary. . 251 98,195 PEP CLUB . . 97 Riley, Daniel . . . 250 Scott, Cheryl. . 222 Murphy, Robert D. . . 235 Perroots, Leonard . . . 138,221 Riley, Michael .... . 222 Seay, Joseph . . 236 Murphy, Robert T. . 85,118,126,220 Perroots, Sharon . . . .... 61,82,196 Rinker, Paula. . 236 Seay, Rebecca. . 200 MUSIC DEPT. . 60 Perroots, Steven , . . . 139,250 Ritter, Dara. _. 112,236 Sechrist, Vicki. .236 Myers, Randy . . 125 Peterson, Nancy . . . . 103,250 Roadcap, Caroline . 250 Segaar, Edward. .77,112 Myles, Janet. .90,195 Peterson, Theodore. . 132,235 Roadcap, Peggy . . . . 82,222 114,236 Myles, William . . . . . 235 Petty, Ronald. . 107,235 Robey, Jim. . 118 Segui, Didier. . . . . 146,200 Nappo, Neil. . 249 Pfaff, John . . 250 Robinson, Patricia . 60,76.113 Seguine, Roy. 112,114,236 NHS . . 76 Phelps, Karen . . 60,97,157,221 114,197 SELF-DEFENSE CLUB . 105 NJHS. . 77 PHOTO CLUB. . 102 Roche, Robert .... . 197 Sell, Danny . . . 76,80,112 Nelson, Caroline . . . . 103 Pierson, Patricia . . . . 250 Rock, Carol . . 93,97,222 114,200 Nelson, Richard . . . . 249 Pifer, Richard . . . 112,114,196 Rodgers, Bruce . . . .103,112 Sellers, Robert. . 222 Nestor, David . . 195 Pigge, Dianna . . 250 Rodman, Judith . . . . . . . 52,77,78,96 Selquist, Linda. .78,90 Nicchitta, Mark . . . . . 249 Pigge, Teresa. . 250 160,236 94,236 Nicholas, Constance . 249 Pignotti, Pat. . 221 Rodman, Richard . . . 222 SENIORS . . 164 Nicholas, Edward . . . 126,220 Pignotti, Kaye. 60,151,157,250 Rodriguez, Evelyn. . . 250 Serene, Jeanne. . 236 Nicholas, Katherine . 249 Pilkerton, John . . . . . 250 Rohr, Lawrence. . . . . 250 Sexton, Brian. . 237 Nicholas, Mark . 249 Pilkerton, Patricia . . . 100 Rohr, Michael. . 197 Sexton, Douglas . . 222 Nichols, Marianne .150.195 Pineau, John . .112,114 Rollison, Laurie. . . . .100,197 Shackelford, Collins . . . . . 74,76,78 Nichols, Maribeth . 195 Pitts, Mark. . 236 Rooney, Richard . . . 251 103,104,147,200 Nolan, Cathy. . 220 Place, Jeff. 76,103,147,221 Roop, Nancy . ... 98,103,222 Shackelford, Robert . _ 147,237 Nolan, Christine . , . .112,249 Plaag, Gary . . . . 77,103,112 Roper, James. . 251 Shaffer, Deborah. . 90.150,200 Nolan, Irene. . 195 114,250 Rose, Darren. . 197 Shahady, Mike . . 85,200 Noles, James . . 105 Platt, Janet. . . . 86,112,221 Rose, Edward . . . 76,78,89,198 Sharp, Robert .... . . . . : 69,200 Nordstrom, Karen . . . . . 77,79,97,98 Plum, Deborah . . . . . 221 Rose, Sharon. . 60,251 Sharrett, William .... . 200 152,235 Pohlig, Michael . . . . . 196 Rose, Sherry . . . 151,197,236 Shay, Barbara . . . . 222 Nordstrom, Kurt . . . . 195 Polizzi, Cecilia. . 196 Roth, Jeffrey. . 251 Shay, Timothy. . 251 Norton, Dona . . . . 106,220 Pollard. Shirley . . . . . 250 Rowe, David . . 222 Shea, Lewis. . 237 Nubbe, Gail. . 235 Pollock, Danny . . . . . 250 Rowe, Vickie. . 251 Sheetz, Carol. . 237 Nubbe, William . . . . . 77,249 Pometto, Anthony . . _ 66,76.147 Rowlands, Linda. . . . 198 Sheldon, James. . 251 Nystrom, Ronald . . . . 220 196 Roy, Winnifred . . . . . . . 60,68,70,76 Sheldon, Susan .... . 251 O ' Bryhim, Donna . . . 249 Pometto, Peter. .... 69,76,139 86.198 Shelton, Starley. . . 94,97,237 O’Connel, Kathleen . . . 94,112,235 147,221 Rozier, Donald . . . . . 105,236 Shepley, Dorren . .151 O’Connel, Michael . . 105,249 Poole, Dawn . . 196 Rozier, Joe. . 198 Shepley, Robin. . 76,103,144 O ' Connel, William . . 77,249 Powell, Roy. . 196 Rubin, Beverlee , . . 198 145,200 Oden, Hillary. . 220 Preston, Audrey . , . . 76 Ruddle, Timothy . . . .118,222 Sherba, Suzanne. 112,114,222 Ogden, James. . 125.249 Prewitt, Susan. . 196 Rue, Judith. . . 51,69,86,198 Sherfey, Charles. . . . . 101,200 OHara, Jane. . . . 94,103,249 Price, Brian . 250 Ruggere, Ann. .... 77,78,251 Sherfey, Dana. . 251 Ohlegar, Daniel . . . . . . . 78,103,220 Price, Carl . . 76,221 Rukenbrod, John , . . .118,198 Shifflett, Starr. . 251 Ohlegar, Jonathan . . . 103 PRIDE WEEK . . . 50 Rukenbrod, Kneila . .112,113 Shiflett, Joni. . 251 Oliver, James. 85,118,145,221 Prior, Susan. . 250 236 Shine, Donna . . . . 96,160,237 Oliver, Mary . . 195 Proctor, Dee. .118.196 Rukenbrod, Ronald . . 125,251 Shipp, Kevin. . 237 Oliver, Steve. .95,195 Proctor, Jay . . . 124,139.136 Rummell, Deborah . . 98,236 Shoemaker, John. . 237 Olivola, Karen. . . . 60,76,79,86 Proffitt, Brenda . . . . . 250 Rumsey, Roberta . . . 251 SHOP. . 37 150,221 PROM . . 62 Russell, Joan. .101,198 Short, Alan . . . 85,132,140 Olowiany, Michael . . 249 Pryor, Nancy. . 236 Russell, Robert . . . . . . . 85,118,.138 Shull, John. . 237 Olson, James. . 235 Przywara, Judith . , . . 82,221 222 Sickle, Phyllis. . 237 Olson, Larry . .112,235 Puckett, Nita. .250 Russell. Stephen . . 236 Sieve, Joseph. . . . . 140,201 Olson, Michael .. . . . 249 Pulizzi, Vito. . 196 Rutherford, Michael . 145,236 Sieve, Maria. . 222 Omalley, Carlton . . . . . 107,138,221 Pumphrey, Clifford . . . 112,114,250 Ryan, Abigail. . . . . 77,79,104 Simko, Kathryn. . 237 Oney, Ernest. . . . 94,103,221 Pumphray, Leonard .76,104 236 Smiko, Robert. . . . . 107,144 Oney, Myra. . 68,78,94 112,221 Ryan, Margaret . . . . . 68,76,79 145,201 103,195 Radcliffe, Donna . 100,221 86,222 Simmons, Margaret . . .237 ORGANIZATIONS . . 64 Ragland, Joseph . . 118.126,221 Ryan, Sandra. . 236 Simon, Boyd . .251 Orr, Mark. . 196 Ragland, Marjorie . . . 250 Sabin, Kenneth . . . . . 251 Simounet, Craig . 125,141,251 O ' Shields, Malcolm . . 103,104,235 Raines, Mary . . . 236 Sabock, Georgann . . . . . 60,100,198 Simounet, Phillip .... .201 Ovadias, Haim. .94,196 Ralston, Linda . . . . 103,236 SADIE HAWKINS. . . 51 Simpson, Diana. _ 103,251 Overbey, Terri. . 235 Randall, Gloria . . . . . 60,221 Sadlowe, James . . . . . 101 Simpson, Gary. . 223 Overcash, Chris . . . . . 249 Rankin, Theresa . 250 Sagar, Robert. . 198 Sipe, Mark. . . . . 106,201 Owen, Deborah , , . 235 Ratchford, Ann . 221 Sager, Linda . . . . 77,105,236 Sisler, Charles. . . . . 139,237 Owens, Brenda . . . . . . . 60,112,114 Ratchford, Robert .60,118 Sallah, Sohna . . . .94,199 Sisler, Harry . .251 235 221 Samaha, Lucien . . . 94,103,104,251 Skaskiw, Dale. . . . . 147,237 Owens, Deborah . 196 Redeen, Ramona . . 250 Samuelson, Nancy . . . . 97,112,157 Skorupinski, Leo. . 223 Owens, Gary. . 196 Redden, Rita . . 103,236 199 Slagle, Karl . 103,104,237 Owens, Robert. . . 112,114,249 Reed, David . . . . 104,221 Samuelson, Robin . . . . 112,113,251 Slane, Daniel. 112,114,223 Owensby, William . . 124,235 Reed, Holly . . 197 Sansing, Glenn . . . . . . 85,118.140 Slikard, Cheryl. .251 Oz, Cynthia. . 235 Reed, Stanley. . . 105.148,222 199,207 Slominski, Barbara . . . .231 Painter, Steph . 86,97,150,221 Reedy, Wayne . 250 Sapp, Douglas. . 199 Small, Sandra. . 69,76,86,97 Painter, Victoria . 249 Regan, Patrick. . 222 Sare, Lex . . 199 99,112,157,201 Paljug, Joyce . 235 Register, Charles . . . . 222 Saunders, Maury . 76,85,138,199 Small, Wiliam. . . . 77,79,89 Pallansch, Leslie . 94 Register, Valerie . . . . 222 Scammon, Margaret . 251 112,114,237 278 Smith, Anna . 213 Smith, Barbara. 251 Smith, Barry . 201 Smith, David.101,201 Smith, Debora.51,52,86 112,113,201 Smith, Donald. 138 Smith, Karen. 252 Smith, Kathy. 106,223 Smith, Maureen . 93,97,98 102.223 Smith, Susan. 77,79,237 Smith, Toni. 202 Smoot, Guy. 237 Smyth, Andre. 252 Snader, Glen. 202 Sobrinski, Shirley. 202 SOCCER TEAM. 146 SOCIAL STUDIES DEPT.28 SOFTBALL . 154 Sonnhalter, Paul. 237 SOPHOMORES. 226 Sourbeer, Jerry. 237 Southee, Gina. 103,252 Southee, Scott. 124,237 Souther, Richard. 252 SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY . . 78 Sparks. Peter. 148 SPORTS. 116 Spradlin, Sharon . 223 Springston, Steven. 252 Stack, Hurdy. 103,252 Stackhouse, Jeffrey.51,74,94 103.202 Stafford, Jeanette . 97 Stallings, Margie. 100,202 Stange, James . 223 Stangohr, John. 252 Stanley, Martha . 77,252 Stanley, Timothy . 132,237 Stapleton, Leo.112,114,223 Stearns, Susan. 76,86,97 150.223 Steckbeck, Elizabeth.71,76,80 104.202 Steckbeck, James. 252 Steckbeck, Linda. 76.86,223 Steele, Sandra. 77,79,97 150,237 Steidel, Susan. 252 Stevens, Carol. 77,79,97 150,237 Stevens, Debra . 94,112,252 Stevens, Lee. 103,237 Stevens, Lucinda. 60,82,223 Stevenson, Eunice. 237 Stevenson, James . 252 Stevenson, Julia . 252 Stine, Douglas.112,114,223 Stinnett, Phyllis . 252 Stites, Caroline. 103,252 Stock, Debra. 252 Stock, Donald. 124,237 Stoertz, David.112,114,252 Stoertz, Nancy. 60,74,78 103.223 tokely, Jackie. 252 Stone, Eileen. 76,94,106 94,202 Stone, Jack. 252 Storey, Patrick. 252 Storey, William. 202 Stover, Linda. 76,90,223 Strain, Ann . 223 Strain, John. 237 Stratton, James. 202 Streets, Lisa. 252 Stribling, Benjamin. 105,237 Stride, Vicki. 237 Stryker, Pattie. 82,202 Strysko, Mark. 252 Studds, Robert. 202 STUDENTS. 162 STUDENT GOVERNMENT .... 66 Suddarth, Michael . . . 112,114,252 Suddarth, Ruth.112,114,223 Sullivan, Barry. 202 Sullivan, Catherine. 224 Sullivan, Eleanor . 202 Sullivan, Kevin. 125,252 Sullivan, Patrick. 202 Sullivan, Rosemary .70,86 202,207 Summers, Susan. 98,103,106 107.224 Sutton, Carolyn. 237 Sutton, Debra .101,202 Sutton, Denise. 224 Swankowski, Eugene. 252 SWEETHEART DANCE. 52 Swindler, Holly. 94,237 Swink, James. 244 Syzdek, Joseph. 98 Szczepanski, Joanne.90.97 252 Szczepanski, Wanda. 76,79,90 94,224 Szymanske, Michael.94,103 224 TABS . 90 Tacey, Brenda. 203 Tacey, Sharon. 273 Tannehil, Linda . 252 Tapp, Mary. 238 Tasker, Martin.118,203 Tate, Jennifer. 102,252 Tate, Russell . 224 Tavelli, Lisa. 93,97,98 103.224 Taylor, Denise. 60.97,157,252 Taylor, Dennis. 224 Taylor, Patricia. 103 Taylor, Ronald . 76,78,89 104.224 TENNIS TEAM. 147 Tercero, Carmen.. 97,150 Tercero, Raefael . 238 Terry, Carla. 203 Test, William.238 Teston, Diane . 100,106.203 Tew, David . 79,238 Tew, Vicki. 76,79,97 157.224 Theoharis, Christian. . . 98,103,238 THESPIANS . 78 Thibeault, Margaret. 90.203 Thibeault, Nancy . 90,252 Thierbauch, Mark. 224 Thoma, Jennifer . 97,252 Thomas, Barbara. 238 Thomas, Carol. 78,94,103,224 Thomas, Daniel. 139,224 Thomas, Jimmy. 203 Thomas, Joseph. 204 Thomas, Pamela . . . .60,61,100,238 Thomas, Patricia. 204 Thomas, Rhonda. 252 Thomas, Ricky. 204 Thomas, Scott. 124,238 Thomason, Mary. 103,252 Thompson, Catherine.97,103 Thompson, Deborah. 238 Thompson, Douglas. 252 Tiller, Theresa. 90,224 Tinner, Garry . 125,252 Tinner, Rebecca . 252 Todaro, Michael. 224 Todd, Jerrell . 76.224 Todd, Thomas.238 Tomes, Helen. 77,79.238 Toward, Stephen . 238 Tower, Paul. 104,224 Townsend, Robert. 224 TRACK. 144 Trapp, Thomas. 125 Trask, Gail.78,103 Trayham, Kim. 204 Trenary, Donald. 238 Tretick, Michael. 252 TRI-HI-Y. 92 Trivett, Dianne. 252 Trussed, Sheryl. 77,78,94 97,238 Tucker, Kenneth. 238 Uffing, Donald. 101 Underwood, Mark . 252 Usery, Terry. 224 Usilton, Leroy. 85,118,224 Utt, Sharon . 72,76,94 100.204 Utterback, Kenneth.76,85 126.204 Vanderhyden, Wiliam . 238 Van Fossen, Deborah.112,205 Van Mulders, John. 224 Van Vladricken, Diann . . 60,76,86 94,95,98,205 VARIETY SHOW . 56 Vinson, Richard . . . Vogel, Jerry. Vogel, Paul. Von Runnen, Jay . . . VOT . Vucci, Michael .... Wade, Brent. Wade, Fredrika Wade, James. Wade, Randy. Wade, Rhett. Wadleigh, Carol . . . Wadleigh, Catherine Waggener, Vicki . . . Walker, Jay . Walker, Joyce. Walker, Judy. Walker, Ronald Wallace, Dwight . . , Waller, Susan . Waller, Thomas . . . . Walters, Lee Ann . . . 147,239 . 105,252 . 144,239 . 205 . 100 . 205 .118,205 . 103,252 . 125 . 125,252 . . . 85,118,224 . 205 .112,224 . . 46,71,86,206 . . 112,114,206 . . 94,97,98,224 77,112,113,239 . 253 . 94,206 . 253 . 76,224 .... 60,96,160 239 Ward, Diane . 96,160,253 Ward, Richard. 224 Wathen, Joseph. 253 Wauhop, Charles . 76,79,144 145,224 Weaver, Cynthia. 97,157,253 Weaver, Wendy.86,97,157,225 Webb, Ronald . 225 Webber, John. 139,239 Weber, Diane. 77,79,90 97,239 Weber, Joseph. 124,132,239 Weber, Michael . . . 118,139,145,225 Weber, Virgil. 225 Webster, Diane. 100,107.112 113,206 Weissenborn, Kathleen .... 90,206 Welch, Susan. 76,97,157,225 Welch, William_ 85,118,138,206 Welliver, Jay .101,206 Wells, Anne. 60,95,207 Wells, Doris. 77,253 Wells, Evelyn. 207 Westerfield, Kathleen. 207 Wetrich, Thomas. 239 Wharton, Brenda. 239 White, Deborah. 239 White, Robert . 253 Whitley, Brenda. 225 Whitmore, Stephen. 239 Wieland, David. 253 Wilcox, Joyce. 207 Wiley, James. 239 Wiley, William . 239 Wilhide, Brian. 101 Whilhide, Paul . 239 Williams, Cindy . 100,225 Williams, Debra .46,61,62,96 106,157,158,207 Williams, Donald . Williams, Ellen . . . lliams, Howard lliams, Karen . Williams, Lisa .... Williams, Perry . . . Williams, Wayne. . Williamson, Wayne Wilson, Angela . . . Wilson, Daniel.... Wilson, Julie. Wilson, Larry .... Wilson, Laurice . . . Wilson, Marion . . . Wilson, Richele . . . Wilson, Robert.... Wilson, Valerie . . . Winmer, Deborah. . . 239 . . . . 76,78,90,94 103,207 . 225 71,76,86,208 . 152,253 .118,208 . 239 . 239 .239 . 253 . 157,253 . 225 . 208 . 239 . 253 . 102,253 . 208 . 253 Wimmer, Peter . 173 Wimmer, Roy. 103 Wimmer, Thomas. 225 Wimmer, Walter. 209 Winsboro, James. 225 Winslow, Herbert. 76,89,99 112,114,209 Wise, Farrell . 76,89,112 114,209 Wismer, Theresa. 239 Wolff, Barbara. 209 Wolff, Michael. 76,78,225 Wolfrey, Gary. 253 Wood, Cathy . 225 Wood, Connie. 69,97,103 253 Yanick, Marcia. 69,76,79 82,225 Yarbrough, David. 125,253 Yassine, Rashad . 253 Yassine, Riad. 89,139,225 YEARBOOK STAFF. 70 Yermack, Robin. 239 York, Rhonda . 76,98,225 Young, Anita. 60,86,106,225 Zeigler, John . 253 Zemotel, Jeannie. 104,209 Ziegler, Susan. 97,253 Zimmer, Cheryl. 239 Zimmerman, David. 76,78,144 225 Zimmweman, Leslie. 253 Zimmerman, Linda. 253 Zuntz, Larry . 77,80,103,239 279 finding solitude in the turmoil of the library, listening to a nother person’s views without putting them down for it, that special feeling whenever you see the school crest, getting together outside of class to do something worth while, watching a bonfire in anticipation of a victory being more than a faceless nameless forgotten number in Falls Church High .. . 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