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Mi •%W?1 m StJblFjk JAGUAR 1973 •i A i CONTENTS Student Life . . Sports. Organizations Faculty. Students. Advertisements 4 DAY BY DAY Each day brings with it new faces and experi¬ ences. All of which unite to make an average day unique. Six classes a day con¬ tain different people, sub¬ jects and ideas. In spite of demanding classes and students, you still find time for complete relaxation. Occasionally, some¬ thing overwhelmingly ex¬ citing happens — you are Homecoming Queen! Friendships are formed among students as well as with adults. mm 5 You understand that you retain your individuality while still being part of a group. Through continuous communication between student and advisor comes the guidance needed for important decisions. A friend’s insight makes any problem easier to cope with. Your ability to respect and accept people is necessary for the realization of brotherhood. Understanding j|0f .? ■ 1 | a 6 yourself through others 7 DAY BY DAY Striving Freshmen come to a different school trying to blend in — a new begin¬ ning. Everyday you aim for perfection in all you create. Students struggled through crusades, peti¬ tions, and confrontations against schoolboard blockage — finally, a smoking area. The agony and ten¬ sion, of workouts con¬ tribute to the satisfaction of victory or discour¬ agement of defeat. 8 9 DAY BY DAY LEARNING is finding that you can leave class having more knowledge than you came in with. It is the satisfaction of knowing you can do it by yourself, or there is always someone willing to help. Ideas are exchanged, reapplied, and made your own for future use. You realize your own limitations and accept the capabilities of others. Education comes not only from a classroom. Learning 10 11 12 A successful maga¬ zine drive is the result of many weeks of plan¬ ning, organizing, and hard work. That special feeling at the first formal dance of the year is enhanced by the medieval atmo¬ sphere of Camelot. Days of practicing and tryouts lead up to the excitement and tears of making cheer¬ leading. Finally, the end of one in a succession of days comes. Under¬ standing a little more, striving for something better, and learning are achieved day by day. DAY DAY 13 ■ During the school year there are some events which break the monotony of the daily activities. Dances and plays are but a few of the special oc¬ casions students have to look forward to. Antici¬ pation and enthusiasm increase day by day. jSHSMi The 1972 Homecoming dance. 16 1972 Homecoming Court — Seated — Marcia Yanick, Queen; Nancy Cowan, Maid-of-Honor; standing L. to R. — Anita 7oung, Senior Representative; Wanda Jackson, Honorary Member; Carol Stevens, Junior Representative; Jeannie zpling, Senior Representative; Beth Bray, Freshmen Representative; Vicki Anthony, Sophomore Representative. Homecoming started out perfectly this year with a victory Friday night over the Madison Warhawks. Half-time entertainment was the presentation of all the floats. The Senior Class float won in the class float competition with a knight in shining armor, Sir Lance-a- Hawk. The Keyette’s colorful Pooh Bear placed first in the club competition. Saturday evening, many beautiful decorations in various shades of purple helped to create a very enchanting atmosphere for Homecoming 1972. The pale lavender lights set off the throne which led to the highlight of the evening: The presentation of the court and the crowning of the Queen, Marcia Yanick, and her Maid-of-Honor, Nancy Cowan. Seated —Marcia Yanick, Homecoming Queen Standing — Nancy Cowan, Maid -of-Honor c A M E L O T C O M E S T O F A L L S C H U R C H Homecoming 17 Front Row L. to R. — Craig Lundien, Injun’ Joe; Mike Davitt, Tiny Tokum; Lyle Hayhurst, Honest Abe; Mark Waymack, Marryin’ Sam; Ronnie Taylor, Pappy Yokum; Bob Magill, Lil’ Abner. Second Row — Joyce Walker, Mammy Yokum; Beth Nelson, Passioneta Von Climax; Pam Goodwin, Moonbeam McSwine; Karen Olivola, Wolf Gal; Alta Hayes, Cave Gal; Debbie Moss, Daisy Mae. DECORATIONS MAKE ATMOSPHERE FOR SADIE HAWKINS Dogpatch came alive once again this year at the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance. Everything started with the competition among the seniors for the characters. Following the tradition of Falls Church, those seniors running for characters grubbed in the halls begging for money. Those who grubbed the most money portrayed one of the twelve characters at the dance. After four days of jingling coins in cans, never-ending pleas for donations, and girls asking guys for dates, the big day finally came. The cafeteria was appropriately decorated with hay and cornstalks giving it the appearance of a barn. Naturally,the highlight of everyone’s evening was being illegally married for the remaining three hours with Marryin’ Sam performing the ceremony. Anything missing, Bob? 18 Pam Goodwin always gets her man. Mark Waymack waits to unite a couple in marriage. Debbie Moss searches frantically for just the right guy. Sadie Hawkins 19 STUDENTS SHOW PRIDE IN FALLS CHURCH Band members show their pride with a well-decorated main hall. Every year the students at Falls Churcn show their pride in their school through Pride Week. Walking through the halls during Pride Week, one could easily see school spirit and enthusiasm present everywhere. Classes and clubs participated in honoring the school by helping to decorate the halls and lobbies. Green and white streamers could be seen anywhere as well as many bright, spirited posters and banners. The Civinettes and Freshmen Class came out on top in the hall competition. Red and blue voodoo dolls made out of yarn added to spirit by hexing Stuart. The week was finished off with a memorable pep rally in the dark in which the cheerleaders cheered with glow in the dark tape wrapped around their hands and wrists. Cheerleaders begin work on the difficult cafeteria lobby. Ron Taylor seems to be having some difficulty in mounting the Keyette poster. 20 1972 Christmas Court — L. to R. — Claudia King, Freshmen Representative; Diane Ward, Sophomore Representative; Dolores Tyree, Junior Representative; Marcie Hascall, Senior Representative, Kitty Hanrahan, Maid-of-Honor; Mariza Araujo, Queen; Cindee Stevens, Senior Rep¬ resentative; Linda Selquist, Junior Representative; Denise Taylor, Sophomore Representative; Barbara Yanick, Freshmen Representative. CHRISTMAS DANCE Contrasting the coldness of a dark winter evening was the FCHS cafeteria on December 16, 1972. “Santa’s Fantasy” came alive with bright decorations and the music of God Mother Country. Highlighting the festive dance was the introduction of a revived Christmas Court and crowning of the queen, Mariza Araujo, and Maid-of-Honor, Kitty Hanrahan. To complete a perfect evening, Santa Claus mingled with the crowd, dancing and handing out candy canes to contented couples. The Junior Class has reason to be proud of its 72 Christmas Dance. Kitty Hanrahan, Maid-of-Honor, with escort, Maury Saunders. Mariza Araujo, Queen, reigns over the 1972 Christmas Dance. Pride Week, Christmas Dance 21 Unbeknownst to the passed-out Miss Ski lion (Judy Hall), the Reverand Toop (David Ford) is just about to be conked- on-the-head by an escaped Russian spy (Jack Stone). Cast Ida.Gail Trask MissSkillon.Judy Hull The Reverend Lionel Toop. David Ford Penelope Toop.Nancy Stoertz Corporal Clive Winton.Eric Britten The Intruder.Jack Stone The Bishop of Lax.Gary Johnson The Reverend Arthur Humphrey.Geoffrey Davidson Sargeant Towers.Steve Reinemer The Bishop (Gary Johnson) convinces the policeman (Steve Reinemer) that he is indeed sane! 22 Penelope (Nancy Stoertz) is trying to make her uncle (Gary Johnson) understand that what he heard from upstairs in his bedroom wasn’t a fight, just a friendly argument. The maid (Gail Trask) is trying to make plans with Clive (Eric Britten) for her “night off.’’ CROWDS RAN TO ‘SEE HOW THEY RUN’ The fall play, “See How They Run”, turned out to be a great success this year. The Drama Department worked diligently for three months getting everything ready for opening night. The actors unceasingly practiced their parts, the stage was set up, lights worked out, and all the other little details were perfected for the first production of the year. The audience was kept laughing all evening with the comical events occurring throughout the play. An identity crisis was the critical element of the play with Corporal Clive Winton mistaken as Reverend Toop, who was mistaken as a Russian spy, who was mistaken as Reverend Humphrey, who was a visiting priest. After three acts of humor, the mix- up came to an end as the curtain fell. 23 1973 Sweetheart Court — Seated L. to R. — Brooke Minturn, Junior Representative; Joanne Crim, Queen; Judy Dellas, Maid-of- Honor; Donna Tyree, Junior Representative. Second Row — Pam Goodwin, Senior Representative; Wanda Jackson, Honorary Member; Debbie Alstatder, Senior Representative; Alta Hayes, Senior Representative; Jan Anthony, Junior Representative. AN EVENING IN PARIS PROVIDES THEME FOR SWEETHEART DANCE This year’s theme for the annual Sweetheart Dance was “An Evening in Paris.” Concurring with this theme, the cafeteria was decorated in a French atmosphere of silvery stars on a dark blue background. Intensifying this effect was a charming replica of the Eiffel Tower. Throughout the cafeteria many carts of assorted, brightly colored paper flowers could be seen and enjoyed. As usual, refreshments were served, but this time miniature Eiffel Towers with little French flags on top served as center pieces for the tables. The Magnolia Fallston provided the entertainment for the evening with its rhythmic beat. Highlighting the evening was the presentation of the Sweetheart Court presided over by Miss Joanne Crim, the 1973 Sweetheart Queen. Couples dance to the music of Magnolia Fallston. 24 The Sweetheart Court is presented with the crowning of Joanne Crim as queen. 1973 Sweetheart Court — Seated L. to R. — Simmy Murdock, Sophomore Representative; Terri Genduso, Sopho¬ more Representative; Janice Jamison, Sophomore Representative. Second Row — Rosa Aruajo, Honorary Member; Lisa Dorsey, Freshmen Representative; Donna Hanrahan, Freshmen Representative; Rhonda Slusher, Freshmen Representative. Sweetheart Dance 25 ENGLISH MYSTERY PRODUCED AT FALLS CHURCH 1 i w MWMMi mmL Neil Barrister attempts to comfort his ailing wife. The winter show is always one of the highlights of the year. This year’s show, Carmichael’s mystery “Victoria’s House”, was produced using the theatre in the round. With only four weeks between tryouts to production, the play was a success. The mystery unfolds as Neil tries to slowly poison his bride, Victoria, for her money. He almost succeeded when a detective intervenes and saves Victoria after Neil attempts to gas her, but is led to believe that she died. Finally, the detective spooks Neil with bizarre events that even the ghost expert couldn’t explain. Neil is caught in his own trap as what he believes to be Victoria’s ghost forces a confession of a previous murder that he committed. The light then dims on the suspenseful and exciting mystery. Sgt. Charles Axton makes an effort to work without disclosing his identity. 26 “No doctor can help you now, Victoria. Servants Stephens and Winnie in a world of their own. mm William and Mrs. Case exchange lines as Miss St. James looks on. CAST Victoria Barrister.Becky Melvin Niel Barrister.Danny Ohleger Stephens.Jack Stone Winnie.Michelle Barbaro Margret St. James.Theresa Attilis William Scott.Bill Myles Mrs. Case.Sue Gawarecki Charles Axton. Jeff Freehof Winter Play 27 Maid and Butler Day brought to Falls Church this year, crazy costumes, scatter¬ brained stunts such as playing ring-around- the-rosie, and general silliness. This annual festivity was sponsored by the Key Club and Keyettes to raise money for the March of Dimes. Students bought one chance for a dime, or three for a quarter on the maid or butler of their choice to be a slave for a day. After the big drawing, the masters were announced, and the fun began. The masters brought all sorts of outfits, paraphanalia, and signs for their slaves to wear throughout the school day. It was embarrasing for the club members, but laughs and fun for their owners and all for a very worthwhile cause. Judy Clements pleads with her master not to complete his plans. MAID AND BUTLER DAY BREAKS THE DAILY ROUTINE OF SCHOOL Karen Olivola laughs at Brian Hart ' s absurdities. “And it only cost me $5.95!” exclaims Leonard Pumphrey. 28 Natalie Peters acts out her part in the Variety Show. Maria Rojas displays her talents through a Spanish dance. VARIETY SHOW ENABLES STUDENTS TO DISPLAY TALENTS The MC’s add a little comedy to the Variety Show. The annual Variety Show was an excellent display of the talented students at Falls Church High. Under the direction of Mrs. Frances Crum, the participants presented such varied talents as exotic belly dancing singing, comedy and Spanish dancing. Stage preparations, advanced publicity, and many rehearsals filled the weeks before the March 17 show. The money raised from the show went to the Art Department. However, the success was not only in the money raised, but in giving students a chance to exercise their talents and abilities. The three masters-of-ceremony announced all the acts and brought the comic highlights to the show. The entire evening was very enjoyable to the audience and participants alike. Maid, Butler Day, Variety Show 29 Two casts presented four shows of this year’s musical “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown’’. The play was presented in the little theatre on the regular stage. The play is based on the comic strip by Chares Shultz. It centers around friendless Charlie Brown whose only friend, Snoopy, likes him because he feeds him, Lucy and her quest for Schroeder, Linus and his love for his blanket, and Patty and her profound ideas. The combined effect of comedy and music gives the play a unique atmosphere. Songs ranged from solos such as on Lucy’s love for Schroeder, Charlie’s attempt to fly a kite, or Snoopy’s love for supper, to group songs such as a book report on Peter Rabbit and on happiness. The simple set and the well known characters make the musical very easy to identify with. The second cast of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” PEANUTS CHARACTERS COME ALIVE IN THE PRODUCTION OF ‘YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN’ The first cast of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” 30 Charlie Brown Linus fights Snoopy for his beloved blanket Linus. Schroeder... Lucy . Patty. Snoppy . Charlie Brown Linus. Schroeder. . . Lucy . Patty. Snoopy . First Cast .Gary Johnson . Eric Walck .Jack Stone . Judy DePalma . Christine Miller .Gail Trask Second Cast .Jeff Freehoff .Bill Blum .Gary Vosburg .Marty Lamb .Judy Hull . Laurie Goncher Charlie Brown is aghast at Lucy’s descriptions of the stars. Lucy finds Schroeder very interesting. Spring Day 32 APRIL SHOWERS’ THEME ADDS TO THE CROWNING OF MISS FALLS CHURCH April Showers rained on Falls Church High on April 7 as 45 underclassmen competed for the title of Miss Falls Church High and 17 seniors for Senior Representative. The Master of Ceremonies for the second consecutive year was Mr. Morton Rodman. The judges this year were various businessmen and women of the area and a former Miss Falls Church High. Miss Falls Church received a cash prize of $100, she is also a honorary member of all courts, she receives a pass to all school activities, and she will represent the school in the Memorial Parade. The pageant was sponsored by the Future Business Leaders of America and special acknowledgement to the Drama Department and Richard Jackson. RUNNERS UP — Seated L. to R. — Debbie Moss, Sue Ball, Standing L. to R. — Pam Thomas, Anita Young. MISS FCHS CONTESTANTS — Front Row L. to R. — Beth Kenestrick, Ann Ratchford, Suzette Genduso, Susan Hughes, Sue Ball, Alta Hayes, Linda Holper. Second Row — Cathy Nicholas, Susie Townsend, Katie Flynn, Phyllis Harris. Third Row — Linda Bowen, Brenda Patt, Maria Flossos, Sue Pohedra, Peggy Johnson. Fourth Row — Kniela Rukenbrod, Sandi Campbell, Linda Selquist, Denise Taylor, Nancy Henard, Tiff Wilson, Debbie McKinny. Fifth Row — Sherry Rose, Brooke Minturn, Vicki Anthony, Brenda Owens, Gina Southee. Sixth Row — Sandy Green, Leslie Dikes. Seventh Row — Lyn Griggs, Lee Ann Walters, JoAnn Jordan, Dottie Carter, Cathy Lewis, Marjorie Dorff, Evelyn Jackson. S ' mJ - ■ Miss FCHS 33 V ' ■S 1973 Prom Queen Linda Bussler and Maid-of-Honor Sherry Rose. 34 1973 Prom Court — Seated L. to R. — Sue Sherba, Betsy DiSilvio, Katie Flynn. Standing L. to R. — Sue Geuder, Barbara Major, Jane Cole, Joni Lyon, Wendy Weaver, Pam Schafer, Sue Welch. NOT PICTURED — Sue Ball. 1973 Honorary Members — Seated L. to R. — Marcia Yanick, Homecoming Queen; Mariza Araujo, Christmas Queen. Standing — Joanne Crim, Sweetheart Queen. NOT PICTURED — Wanda Jackson, Miss FCHS. “Dancing In the Moonlight,” seniors ended their memories of Falls Church High School with the lovliest memory of all —their annual Junior-Senior Prom. “Nowhere Men” provided music and the high ceilings and fountains of Tysons Corners created a lovely setting. Taking place on May 26, the dance was sponsored by the Junior Class and given as a gift to all seniors. The court, consisting of Queen Linda Bussler, Maid-of-Honor Sherry Rose, ten Senior Class representatives, and four honorary members added beauty and grace to an already wonderful event. The Prom will certainly be cherished in the memories of everyone as the last dance of the year 72-73 and for many, the highlight of their high school days. Prom DANCING IN THE MOONLIGHT’ HIGHLIGHTS 1973 JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM 35 ■■ ■ WCS S - ' ••■►■ ; jts ' j Sports is an important part of high school life. It develops skills, attitudes, sportsmanship and school spirit. Through it, people learn to work together as a team with a common goal. By participating in sports each player’s con¬ fidence in competition is strenghtened day by day. gLa § ? i is. $ ' nj IB i!L L ' i I W$SL m 1 r ir « W JfflL J ■ V - -■ - -cr jpfe Front Row L. to R. — Ron Buckley, Bob Murphy, Jim Oliver, Claude Cragle, Norm Balderson, Lee Usilton, Lyle Hayhurst, Rhett Wade, Jim Moss, Gil Lunsford. Second Row — Bob Russell, Ceaser Chester, Joe Ragland, Mike LaCasse, Joe Knestrick, Bob Magill, Dan Loveless, Marty Clarke, Mike Weber, Jim Robey, Kim Hanner, Jackie Utz. Third Row — Bob Dunn, Jim Gallegher, Jay Proctor, Bruce McDaniel, Ray Frye, John Clarke, John Schafftstall, Clarke Palmer, Dave Hershey, Joe Weber, Bob Murphy, Ron Caylor. Fourth Row — Billy Brown, Joe Montminy, Redd Foxx, Skip Denny, Ted Peterson, John McMillian, Randy Wade, Bill Owensby. Norm Balderson raises his arms in Victory as he makes a goal. VARSITY JAGUARS HAVE DEFEATED SEASON VARSITY FOOTBALL Falls Church Opponent 0 Marshall 7 20 Groveton 35 14 Robinson 20 18 Annandale 36 36 Jefferson 13 14 Madison 0 6 Woodson 35 0 Fairfax 27 6 Wakefield 39 14 Stuart 55 38 Claude Cragle and Gil Lunsford clear the way for Lyle Hayhurst as he gets off another great pass. “Is my lipstick smeared coach?” asks Bob Dunn. “Seventy-Two” proved to be a discouraging year for the Jaguars. In spite of our coaches strategy, tremendous defense, and a strong passing game the Jags were contained by their opponents. On e of our greatest handicaps was the many injuries inflicted on our team, including that of our quarterback, Lyle Hayhurst. Our first four games against Marshall, Groveton, Robinson and Annandale were disappointing losses. However, the Jags came back in the fifth game with a win against the Jefferson Colonials 36-13. The second victory of the season was our Homecoming game against the Madison Warhawks with a score of 14-0. The team retained their confidence, though, throughout the season with the help of enthusiastic cheerleaders and students. Sports 39 Bob Murphy watches intently waiting his turn to play. The Jaguars defensive ends block Stuart. Coach Ake gives Redd Foxx some advice before sending him into the game. David Hershey makes a rush with the ball through Stuarts defense. VARSITY JAGS SHOW STRONG DEFENSE 40 Bob Russell blocks as David Hershey runs for a first down. ?. • Front Row L. to R. — Archie Payne, Tommy Trapp, Brian Sexton, Dave Yarborough, Gary Mountjoy, Mike Cook. Second Row — James Wade, Joe DiSilvio, Jim Bloomer, Perry Grubb, Chris Craig, John Craver. Third Row — William Askin, Craig Simounet, Brian Craver, Ronny Ruk- nebrod, Kenneth Chrisman, Gary Caylor, David Roberts. Fourth Row — Wayne Loveless, Christopher Adams, Rob Tomasino, Randy Bal- derson, Mike Eckert, Steve Dunn, Kim Beamer, Barry Michael. Kim Beamer catches a pass in the game against Fairfax. JV AND FRESHMEN FOOTBALL TEAMS HAVE TOUGH SEASON Falls Church JV FOOTB ALL Opponent 0 Robinson 33 14 Annandale 20 8 Jefferson 14 22 Robinson 33 0 Woodson 23 14 Fairfax 0 0 Wakefield 12 12 Stuart 8 JV tries to stop enemy runners at the goal li ne. 42 tk The Frosh offensive unit calls the play. The JV and Freshmen football teams suffered disappointing seasons in trying to build players for the varsity. Injuries on the varsity level forced some of the better players to move up. The Frosh, stifled by the loss of key players to JV, finished the season with a 1-5 mark. Their lone victory, an 8-6 decision over Robinson, called for a superior defensive effort from FC, which held a Robinson drive late in the game. The Junior Varsity was 2-6, but pulled impressive upset victories over Fairfax and Stuart. The Rebels traveled to FC undefeated, but left with a 14-0 loss. Stuart and FC clashed in the season finale, and the Jaguars proved superior in this contest by coming up with timely defensive plays. FRESHMEN FOOTBALL Falls Church Opponent 14 Annandale 24 6 Jefferson 12 8 Robinson 6 8 Woodson 14 0 Fairfax 14 6 Stuart 40 First Row L. to R. — Bob Fortner, Eric Marvin, Matthew Ball, John Price, David Cobert, David Lau, Don Morrell. Second Row — John Penson, Bob Benedict, Tom Littlewood, William Rankin, Mark Beach, Ken Knies, Devlin Clarke. Third Row — Dan Pometto, Bob Stratton, Garland Henderson, Brian Baird, Richard May, Don Klika, John Dubois, James Brotherton. Fourth Row — Edgar Lancaster, Mike Ferguson, Mike Rodriguez, Mike Lloyd, John Jamison, Bill Crowder, David MacDonald, Cesear Spitale. Fifth Row — John Kerins, Richard Mauer, Art Herlock, Richard Hardister, Ken Stevenson, Charles Bruch, Coach Loving, Coach Beto, Pat Bell, Special Assistant. 43 1 Left to Right — Ted Peterson, Lyle Hayhurst, Mike LaCasse, Austin Howard, David Paquette, Alan Short, Tom Harrington, Joe Ragland, Ned Nicholas, John McMillan, Carl Lansdown. VARSITY JAGUARS HAVE 14-6 SEASON The Varsity Jags enjoyed a fairly successful basketball campaign as they vied with Jefferson and Robinson for the District crown. Although they couldn’t come up with it, they did prove they were a team to be reckoned with. A slump towards the end of the season filled FC when they were knocked off by Stuart, Jefferson and Robinson in succession. They did travel to West Virginia to play in a Christmas Tournament, however, and came home winners. The starting five of Carl Lansdown, Joe Ragland, Mike LaCasse, Tom Harrington and Ned Nicholas put points on the board, along with a valuable sixth man, Alan Short. Mike LaCasse and Carl Lansdown were voted the best in their positions in the District. Alan Short and Joe Ragland watch as two points are scored for FC. 44 Ned Nicholas tries to close the four point gap with a shot from the outside. Carl — he’s our man — Let’s give him a great big hand! 45 VARSITY BASKETBALL Falls Church Opponent 67 Yorktown 66 67 Madison 46 64 Fort Hunt 56 63 Hayfield 57 70 Bridgeport 51 80 Washington-lrving 52 82 Woodson 60 68 Jefferson 67 56 Robinson 62 73 Fairfax 68 58 Annandale 55 67 Stuart 70 66 Wakefield 63 77 Woodson 69 55 Jefferson 58 56 Robinson 77 54 Fairfax 59 70 Annandale 52 63 Stuart 52 51 Wakefield 67 Tom Harrington reaches for the jump ball against Stuart. ' .- Alan Short and Ned Nicholas try to steal the ball. 46 Ned Nicholas waits for the right moment to pass the ball. Tom Harrington scores against the Jefferson Federals. JAGUARS MOLD TALENTS INTO ENERGETIC AND AGGRESSIVE BASKETBALL TEAM Sports 47 Front Row L. to R. — Jimmy Steckbeck, Ed Senn, Mike Harris, Jimmy Blumer, Gary Kraynock, Bill Askins. Second Row — Randy Bal- derson, Brian Craver, Joe Darcey, Pete Hamner, Doug Woolf, Bob Murphy, Bob Beech, Eric Keller. JV BASKETBALL NO. 1 IN DISTRICT The JV team did quite well this year by coming in first place in District. After a bad start with a short losing streak, the team pulled through later with several wins, mostly against district opponents. The Freshmen squad did not fare too welll this season. Their weakness seemed to be the lack of consistant shooting along with the shortness of the team which seems to constantly plague Falls Church High School. Also, some of the better Freshmen players were advanced to the JV team making for an unstable Freshmen line-up. All and all the teams did fairly well this year considering their lack of experience. We are looking forward to a more prosperous and successful team next year. Pete Hamner takes careful aim before shooting. 48 FROSH BASKETBALL TEAM GAINS EXPERIENCE Front Row L. to R. — Steve Anderson, Gus Malaktis, Joe Robinson, Mike Mansfield, Gary Flather, Jimmy Smith. Second row: — Chris Craig, Bruce O’Donnell, Joe Randall, Steve Mathiesen, Howard Gloyd, Mike Bolt, Chuck Zimmerman, Mike Lloyd. JV BASKETBALL FRESHMEN BASKETBALL Falls Church Opponent Falls Church Opponent 41 Yorktown 43 19 Jefferson 36 54 Madison 77 34 Stuart 28 54 Fort Hunt 56 26 Robinson 36 44 Hayfield 47 49 Annandale 42 59 Annandale 62 30 Woodson 40 68 Yorktown 81 16 Fairfax 41 60 Woodson 68 20 Jefferson 47 59 Jefferson 55 29 Stuart 31 65 Robinson 64 30 Robinson 28 62 Fairfax 47 25 Annandale 34 58 Annandale 44 38 Woodson 46 73 Stuart 72 27 Fairfax 41 50 Wakefield 43 60 A nnrl?nn 58 42 Jefferson 52 62 Annandale 58 51 Stuart 56 47 Wakefield 45 Sports 49 Front Row L to R. — Steve Perroots, David Tew, Reggie Gillis, David Lau, Greg Stevens, Carl O’Mally, Allen Flynn, David Hershey. Second Row — Bob Magill, Lenny Perroots, Randy Wade, Jackie Utz, Bob Cochran, John ShaffstalI, Pete Pometto, Terry Woodward, Rick Burkhart. VARSITY WRESTLING HAS WINNING SEASON The Jaguar’s Matmen continued their winning tradition, rolling up a dual meet record of eight wins and two losses. The Jaguar’s team was young and inexperienced, but soon proved its ability, upsetting highly rated teams such as Jefferson and T.C. Williams. Head Coach, Jim Dick, drew valuable help from two new assistants, Steve Wilcox and Mike Hillier. During the Christmas holidays, Falls Church hosted its first annual Christmas tournament marked by tough competition, drawing some of the best teams throughout Virginia. At the seasons end, Falls Church was again in sight of the Northern District Tournament. Three Jaguar wrestlers reached the finals and nine regional tournaments. VARSITY WRESTLING Falls Church Opponent 25 Edison 21 31 Marshall 21 27 Williams 22 29 Jefferson 24 24 Woodson 22 48 Wakefield 3 33 Fairfax 9 14 Stuart 35 8 Robinson 47 29 Annandale 21 50 “All right now, no kissing!” warns the referee. . one and forward and two and side and three and back and four and side Sports 51 Steve Perroots tries to break his opponents hold. Terry Woodward gets the advantage on his opponent. FRESHMEN WRESTLING Falls Church Opponent 42 Jefferson 30 42 Robinson 28 24 Fairfax 39 24 Stuart 20 38 Woodson 20 50 Annandale 6 Carl O’Mally whispers sweet nothings into his opponents ear. 52 Front Row L. to R. — James Hajac, Tim Saunders, Kevin Schneider, John Du Bois, Tom Passino. Second Row — John Weber, Gary Cleveland, Bob Burke, Mike Letzkus. Third Row — Wes Gallahan, Archie Payne, John Craver, Jeff Richards. JV AND FRESHMEN WRESTLERS HAVE WINNING SEASON Both the JV and Freshmen Wrestling Teams had a great season. The final record for the JV team was eight wins and two losses. The Freshmen Team finished with a 5- 1 record. Notable JV upsets were against Marshall (60-9), Wakefield (63-3) and T.C. Williams (51-6). The match against Woodson was a tough one with the final score of 24-27. The Freshmen Squad lost only one match this season with a score of 24-39 to the Fairfax Rebels. The Jags crushed the Annandale Atoms 50-6. In spite of their inexperience the JV and Freshmen squads showed great skill and promise to bring much talent to the Varsity squad in the future. JV WRESTLING Falls Church 43 60 51 42 24 63 27 37 12 29 Edison Marshall Williams Jefferson Woodson Wakefield Fairfax Stuart Robinson Annandale Opponent 12 9 6 17 27 3 24 10 43 17 Front Row L. to R. — Bob Montminy, Corey Cramling, John Janson, Jimmy Brotherton, Chuck Pinson. Sec¬ ond Row — Bob Benedict, Don Lau, Ceasar Spitla, Mark Beach, Dave Roberts. Sports 53 Front Row L. to R. — Bruce McDaniel, Ron Buckley, Mark Bray, Armand DePalma, Joe Knestrick, Bob Ratchford. Second Row — Bob Cochran, Norm Balderson, Ricky Burkart, Rick Hillary, Bruce Heckert, Claude Cragle, Mike LaCasse. Third Row — Bob Murphy, Bob Dunn, Howard Parker, Pete Hamner, Alan Short, Coach McCullock. Hard workouts and practices are what help make up a good team. Mark Bray and Joe Knestrick, warm up for the game. 54 Claude Cragle waits for the ball to come to center field. Ricky Burkhart anxiously awaits his turn at bat. VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM SHOWS POTENTIAL AND ABILITY The Varsity Baseball team, this year, consisted of seven seniors, eight juniors, and two sophomores. The new baseball coach, Mr. McCullock, along with the boys, put in long hours to gain the experience that is so necessary to a winning team. Practice in the arts of fielding, hitting, sliding, pitching, catching, and long one-mile running laps and hard workouts helping to improve these skills, were all mandatory for the players. The team faced difficult, as well as easy, games, but acquired a feeling of confidence and assurance that with determination and hard work, they could have a great season. With a lot of hustle and spirit, the Varsity Baseball team determinedly took on all foes to finish their season with a good record. Alan Short winds up for his pitch. Sports 55 Front Row L. to R. — Mark Underwood, Jim Brotherton, Kenny Chrisman, Mike Ferguson, Donny Zirkle, Donny Klika, Tim Saunders. Second Row — Bernie Pazanowski, Bill Askins, John Kerins, Wayne Loveless, Greg Hastings, Rob Thomassino, Mark Beach, Jim Blumer. Third Row — Coach Herb, Dwight Hayes, Ceaser Spitale, Jeff Richards, Jim Steckbeck, Tim Shay, Steve Anderson, Garland Henderson. JV BASEBALL HELPS THE TEAM MEMBERS TO ACHIEVE SPORTSMANLIKE ATTITUDES Trying to follow, and modeling themselves after the Varsity Team, was the goal of the Junior Varsity Baseball Team. The team had to become accustomed to the hard workouts needed for getting back into shape after a long winter. Hours of rough practices are what prepared the boys for their upcoming games. They devoted all their time to developing new skills which is the groundwork for building a team for the future. The new freshman had to learn the ropes, gain experience and skills from each game. Team work and a Jaguar spirit sent the boys through a good season. The squad faced each opposing team with enthusiasm, vigor and the will to win that their victory was almost always assured. 56 The team gets together for a conference on the pitchers mound. Don Zirckle throws a curve ball. Sports 57 Front Row L. to R. — Mike Christos, Paul Vogel, Craig Davis, Mike Johnson. Second Row — Richard Jacobson, Gregg Harmon, Ronny McClintock, Larry Gazes, William Fioramonti. CROSS COUNTRY BUILDS ENDURANCE This year’s Cross Country Team ran to a successful 4-2-1 record, ope of their best in years. They opened the season as they squeezed by the Woodson Cavaliers 26-21. This was followed by three more wins against Jefferson, Robinson, and Annandale. Coached by Mr. Wells, the team built up their strength and endurance by running miles a day at practice. Through their hard work and determination the team developed the confidence and skill necessary to win their meets. CROSS COUNTRY Church Opponent 26 Woodson 21 36 Jefferson 20 40 Robinson 18 26 Fairfax 26 32 Annandale 20 19 Stuart 45 15 Wakefield 50 58 Front Row L. to R. — Tom Francis, Kenny Kidd, Bruce Jones, Kenny Knies. Second Row — Jack Herlock, John Brocato, Bill Fioramonti, Mike Christos, Larry Gazes. Third Row — Jeff Custer, Will Crowder, Dan Pometto, Greg Harmon. Fourth Row — Mike Johnson, Jerry Vogel, Rick Jacobson. Fifth Row — Mark Green, Richard Lunsford, Brain Bared, Garry Bowen, Bill Schindler. 9 ' TRACK TEAM DEVELOPS STAMINA ALONG WITH RUNNING SKILLS The 1973 boys track team did not have as many returning lettermen as they expected, so the team was smaller and younger than in previous years. However, they were experienced and hard working. The team was strongest in middle and long distance events, several field events and their mile relay team looked good this season. Many of the boys had been practicing in the gym lobby since November and participated in some indoor meets at Robinson, Fairfax, and the Naval Academy at Annapolis. The spring season included, besides the regular duel and tri-meets, the Harringer Relays, a district, county, and state meet. The cindermen deserve much credit for their long hours of practice in fair weather and seasonal downpours, and for their unity and spirit. Kenny Kidd runs a close second to Gil Lunsford. 59 Front Row L. to R. — Bill Jordan, Neil Akers, Tom Specks, Jaimi Garcia, Ivan Barbor, Scott Atkins, Carlos Garcia, Robert Buckhorn, Darrel English, Fred Claridge, Larry Miller, Juan Arbelez, Hohn Ahearn. Second Row — Mike Donahue, Terry McCann, Edwardo Garcia, Paul McDonald, Don Eggar, Steve Eiserman, Mike Sellers, Bob Wilson, Mike Olson, Jo Evens, Steve Sellers, Jim Olsen, Jerrell Todd, Stan Reed, Coach Thomas. SOCCER TEAM DISCOVERS NEW SKILLS In the past few years soccer has become quite a popular sport here at FCHS. This year is no exception, and the team is looking forward to a winning season. The team is made up of twenty-five hard working, enthusiastic guys, and fortunately, this year they have the benefit of many of last year’s returning lettermen. An important change taking place this year is changing the lineup. Instead of having a 3-3-4 lineup, a 4-3-3 lineup was put into effect to give the team more power on offense. So far, it has prov en to be a successful tactic in pre-season games. Out of the four pre-season games, FC lost only one to T.C. Williams. With this change giving us a stronger offense along with the team spirit and effort, Falls Church should be on the road to a victorious season. “Now where did that ball go?” asks Robert Buckhorn. 60 Pete Pommetto swings to hit the ball. The boys tennis team has become an important spring sport. Because of the increase in members, the team displayed wide and varied skills. Practicing every afternoon the team improved tremendously under the coaching of Mr. Bonnett. Playing each other daily, the boys increased their serving, backhand, and forehand abilities. Tennis, being a very strenuous sport, demands much stamina, control, self-dis¬ cipline, and ag gressiveness. Besides the physical qualities, the team had to learn a little psychology and game planning to keep their opponents on the defensive. After acquiring these strengths the team faced several schools in district matches. BOYS’ TENNIS TEAM PROVES THEIR ABILITY Front Row L. to R. — Don Morrell, Dale Skaskiw, Greg Yarmack. Second Row — Glenn Krause, Ken Roberts, Bob Shackleford, Loren Walck, Pete Pometto, Ed Corrothers, Gary Eiserman, Coach Bonnett. 61 Left to Right — Doug Feit, Stan Reed, Joe Fioramonti, Ken Gay, George Betts, Bill Jordan. RIFLE TEAM IS RIGHT ON TARGET The Rifle Team had a very promising year. They finished their season with six wins and five losses. This is a satisfying improvement over its previous years. The Rifle Team emphasizes individual marksmanship and improvements. Although each member shoots by himself, the scores are added collectively. Therefore, the team’s success depends on each individual’s accuracy. Now in her second year of coaching the team, Miss Comeau contributed much time and knowledge along with her constant support. RIFLE TEAM Falls Church Opponent 1024 West Springfield 1009 1069 Robinson 1102 1050 Fort Hunt 1147 1030 Yorktown 1018 1048 Stuart 959 1076 Washington-Lee 1078 1043 Herndon 902 1046 Hayfield 840 1069 Lee 1091 1073 Woodson 1093 1036 Landon 1070 62 GOLF — Front Row L. to R. — Greg McIntosh, Don Ciofi. Second Row — Mike Giancaspro, Doug Sexton, Andy Richardson, Loren Walck. The Varsity Golf Team made this a year of building skills for the future. Even with four returning seniors, the emphasis was on the underclassmen by giving them as much experience as possible. This experience came from the matches and post-season tournament play-offs. The team played in the Quantico Invitational and the District Tournament, where the skills and confidence gained were immeasurable. With this plan for the future, vast improvement is in the offering. GOLF TEAM SWINGS FORWARD Sports 63 Front Row L. to R. — Teresa Kobayashi; Karen Olivola, Dee Ann Chugg, Kathy Eiserman, Sue Stearns, Bonny Batt, Stephanie Painter, Kaye Pignotti. Second Row — Miss Hammerle, coach; Doreen Shepley, Lee Hepler, Sandy Steele, Linda Caperton, Pam Erwin, Martha Joseph, Lisa Mastropaolo, Sara Scharfe, manager; Lorraine Mendoza, manager. VARSITY HOCKEY PUTS FORTH BIG EFFORT In spite of the effort put forth by the Varsity Hockey team, their record for the season is seven loses and one tie. Though their record looks bad it doesn’t really reflect the true ability of each team member. The skills each player acquired by the end of the season were outstanding. Each girl kept her spirits up throughout the season. During the many, m ny practices one could always hear shouts of encouragement from fellow team members from both the sidelines and the field. Each girl was willing to help her fellow teammate. The team just couldn’t seem to get together this year, but it wasn’t because the girls didn’t try. With the returning Varsity Hockey players and the JV players we can expect a successful team next year. Lee Hepler grits her teeth in determination. 64 Falls Church 0 VARSITY HOCKEY Herndon Opponent 2 0 Langley 1 0 Jefferson 22 0 Fairfax 1 0 Stuart 1 1 Robinson 3 0 Annandale 0 0 Woodson 0 “How come I never get to hit the ball?” asks Bonny Batt. Karen Olivola takes the ball down the field with the help of Dee Ann Chugg and Martha Joseph. Sports 65 Front Row L. to R. — Jackie Barron, Frida Richardson, Linda May, Kathy Anderson, Bev Kobayashi, Diane Beall, Susie Flynn, Barb Boyer. Second Row — Faren Fiormonti, Tommy Wooldridge, Debbie Wooldridge, Leslie Gallahan, Deanne Heath, Miss Reynolds Coach; Star Shiflet, Laurie Dries, Sandy Hall, Janice Jamison, Debbie Chapman. The JV Hockey team, coached by Miss Sandy Reynolds, had a good season this year. Their record was six ties, one loss and one win. The team put forth the effort in every game, but just couldn’t seem to overcome their opponents for a win. Through all the days of practice the girls showed hard work and perseverence. Throughout the entire season not one single girl gave less than her all. There were many skilled returning Sophomores on the JV team this year, who gave the team the experience they needed. Along with the new Freshemen, who really tried their best, we had a really hard working and determined team. JV HOCKEY AQUIRES EXPERIENCE Leslie Gallahan and Tommy Wooldridge prepare to defend their goal. JV HOCKEY Falls Church Opponent 0 Herndon 1 0 Langley 0 1 Jefferson 0 0 Fairfax 0 1 Stuart 1 0 Robinson 1 0 Annandale 1 1 Woodson 1 66 TENNIS TEAM HAS FIRST YEAR IN ORGANIZED COMPETITION Front Row L. to R. — Freddy Wade, Brooke Minturn, Cathy Garcia, Patty Chiotis, Betty Seymour. Second Row — Susan Hart, Roxanne Brocato, Jeannie Francis, Judy Bayruns, Leslie Hershey. Third Row — Mrs. Maddox, Coach; Susan Groger, Susan Gawarecki, Sharon Lutz, Becky Houkal, Terry Jacobson Not Pic¬ tured —- Karen Carpenter and Tammy Harrell Jeannie Francis practices her serves before a match. One of the newest sports here at Falls Church High School is the girls tennis team. Along with the fine coaching of Mrs. Maddox and the efforts of all the girls, the team prepared for several tough matches and did well in competitions. The girls learned what endurance and competing in an individualized sport means as well as learning self discipline and bettering their skills. The team was optimistic and full of spirit at their matches and they came away from each match knowing what they did or did not do and how to correct it. As a whole, the girls tennis team did quite well. The girls themselves are, as a result, better tennis players and have gained valuable experience. Sports 67 Front Row L. to R. — Cathy Lewis, Lisa Williams, Second Row — Barb Major, Miss Sandy Reynolds, Karen Nordstrom, Third Row — Helene Knight, Katie Flynn, Tricia Levitt, Leslie Gallahan. VARISTY GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM BUILDS SKILLS VARSITY BASKETBALL Falls Church Opponent 27 Jefferson 58 52 Fairfax 37 47 Woodson 54 29 Robinson 49 46 Herndon 53 54 Annandale 70 39 Stuart 44 36 Jefferson 60 ! 50 Fairfax 64 45 Woodson 69 43 Robinson 51 48 Langley 56 52 Annandale 79 39 Stuart 89 The girls Varsity Basketball team had a fair season this year. Although each individual member of the team had her own talents, which were very good, the team had a little trouble getting themselves together at times. They had many tough games this year and they managed to pull through with several wins. Even when the team lost, the girls played their best a nd the team always went down trying. Along with the great coaching of Miss Sandy Reynolds, the girls on the team kept up their spirit and enthusiasm throughout their season. Even though the girls weren’t victorious at very many of their games, they have acquired valuable experience and have good memories of their season. 68 mmm “Is it worth a try?” wonders Katie Flynn. Karen Nordstrom shows perfect form in the game against Annandale. Sports 69 Front Row L. to R. — Teresa Kobayashi, Kathy Anderson, Second Row — Cheryl List, Star Shifflet, Miss Darby, Roxane Brocato, Leslie Hershey. Third Row — Pam Davis, Sharon Hall, Jeannette Deskins, Laverne Henderson, Sally Robertson. JV BASKETBALL LEARNS IN SPITE OF LOSING SEASON The Girls JV Basketball team had a fair season this year also. The team did not walk away from very many of their games as winners, but they never stopped trying. The team had many returning Sophomores on the team who contributed their skills and experience to each game. The Freshmen on the team were very ambitious and never stopped trying. The team was a very high spirited and enthusiastic one and the girls learned to take their disappointments in their stride and try again. With the skills of the girls shown in their games we are looking forward to a successful future in both the Varsity and JV teams. JV BASKETBALL Falls Church Opponent 5 Jefferson 43 26 Fairfax 31 14 Woodson 52 20 Robinson 36 16 Herndon 35 20 Annandale 51 20 Stuart 29 17 Jefferson 55 27 Fairfax 22 19 Woodson 42 19 Robinson 35 20 Langley 47 25 Annandale 45 32 Stuart 35 70 Strenuous exercises help build up endurance for the girls track team. This season’s girls track team had quite a few promising members including three that did well at the state meet last year. Most of the members were freshmen and sophomores with little experience, but gained much during the season. GIRLS TRACK TEAM BUILDS ENDURANCE IN ITS MEMBERS TO ENABLE A PLACING IN STATE They started out with many a sore muscle and quite a few cases of shin splints, but everyone recuperated in time for the meets. Their workouts have been considerably harder than in recent years, including running up and down the bleachers and jogging a course through soggy, muddy fields. These girls looked very good in the hurdles, the sprints, and some of the field events. Both the regional and state meets were scheduled to be held at Woodson High. Pam Schafer exercises before running hurdles. Wind poses a problem for the track team. Sports 71 Front Row — Mrs. Maddox, Coach; Second Row — Mary Birch, Cindy Weaver, Sue Welch, Co-Captains. Third Row — Becky Brackett, Kim Farrington, Sara Scharfe, Kaye Pignotti, Patty Gilroy, Kathy Eiserman. Fourth Row — Tiff Wilson, Donna Hutchison, Elfrieda Revis, Barb Horton, Diane Beall, Joanne Clarke, Nena Delp. GIRLS GYMNASTICS TEAM DEVELOPS SKILLS As a fairly new sport at Falls Church, the girls gymnastics team had a pretty good season. Although all of their meets offered tough competition, they had two especially tough meets, as they were competing against the best in the district. However, the girls put all their effort into preparing and performing their routines the best they possibly could, whether they won or whether they lost. The routines the girls used included free exercise, parallel bars, balance beam and vaulting. Each girl took endurance to every practice and enthusiasm and spirit to each meet. Each girl put all she had into performing her best. Elfrieda Revis executes a perfect vault. 72 Diane Beall balances herself on the uneven parallel bars. Barb Horton helps Sue Welch perform a back walk-over. GYMNASTICS Falls Church Opponent 93 Stuart 61 77 Jefferson 78 65 Fairfax 115 46 Woodson 113 35 Wakefield 39 35 Robinson 75 56 Annandale 103 Sports 73 MM ORGANIZATIONS Organizations made up a large part of the ac¬ tivities at FCHS. Students pursue their interests and form new ones, offer their services to school and community, and make ev erlasting friends, day by STUDENT GOVERNMENT HAS A NEW LOOK The Student Government had a very active year beginning with the summer painting of the SG office, changing the traditional green and white to bright purple and yellow. Wide and varied forms of entertainment, such as “Harvey Hubcap,” graced the scene. Real progress was made in upgrading the school environment with the addition of a Coke and candy machine as well as benches to the Smoking Courts. STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS — Kevin Floover, Parlimentarian; Patrice Kistulentz, Secre¬ tary-Treasurer; Ed Heyman, President; Gary Johnson, Vice President Extra-Curricular Affairs. Not Pictured — Meg Ryan, Vice President Curricular Affairs. LEGISLATURES — Seated L. to R. — Cheryl Stevens, Sharon Lutz, Nancy Brandt, Debbie Stevens, Val Lutz, Carol Stevens. Second Row — Ed Heyman, President; Gary Johnson, V.P.E.C.A.: Kevin Hoover, Parlimentarian; Patrice Kistulentz, Secretary-Treasurer; Farrell Wise, Larry Zuntz, Deanna Heath, Mike Szymanski, John Gilchrist, Phil McIntyre, Mark Waymack. 76 CABINET OFFICERS — Front Row L. to R. — Judy Clements, Mag. Drive Chrmn.; Wendy Weaver, Freshmen Orientation Chrmn.; Mary Ann Kerins, Public Relations; Patrice Kistulentz, Secretary-Treasurer; Joe Birch, Freshmen Class Cabinet Officer; Gary Johnson, VPECA. Second Row — Meg Ryan, VPCA: Farrell Wise, Building and Grounds Chrmn.; Mike Szymanski, Entertainment Chrmn.; Nora Monick, Public Relations Chrmn.; Linda Bussler, Election Chrmn. Kevin Hoover, Parlimentarian; Jane McDaniel, Hospitality Chrmn. The Army Blues band is one of the SG sponsored assemblies. Organizations 77 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY — Seated L. to R. — R. Hughes, President; R. Greenberg, Vice President; P. Pometto, Sec.-Treas.; K. Hoover, Chaplain. Second Row — L. Cars- cadden, D. Ciolfi, M. Dennis, K. Koch, B. Hennessey, L. Burton. Third Row — F. Wise, T. Waller, N. Stoertz, A. Guice, S. Welch, B. Whitley. Fourth Row — T. Lanpher, R. York, P. Sherfey, R. Erler, T. Healey. Fifth Row — M. Davitt, D. Aker, E. Revis, G. Knott, B. Bennett. Sixth Row — L. Pumphrey, R. Taylor, R. Ingalsbe, K. Olivola, L. Steckbeck. Seventh Row — S. Stearns, J. Epling, T. Drew, P. Schafer. Eighth Row — M. Ryan, M. Yanick, C. Price, W. Sczpanski, A. Lu, L. Zuntz. Ninth Row — M. Giancaspro, P. Dowd, B. Hart, J. Freehoff, D. Capterton. Tenth Row — J. Place, M. Waymack, K. Gay, E. McCann, B. Kerns. Not Pictured — J. Crim, M. Wolff, A. Richardson, M. Layland, K. Pazanowski, L. Bussler. HONOR SOCIETIES RECOGNIZE OUTSTANDING STUDENTS Members of the National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society worked together to promote scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Both Honor Societies had a Fall and Spring Induction. At the end of each year the NHS votes on a deserving senior member to receive the scholarship given by the Honor Society. They also held their traditional Spring picnic. Front Row L. to R. — N. Childers, S. Johnson, E. Freyer, M. Kerins, B. Kock, G. Howard, B. MacGowan, M. Levin. Second Row — N. Abies, S. Gawarecki, J. Tomes, P. Kistulentz, A. Ryan, E. Dellert, E. Segaar, C. Small, R. Heater. Third Row — S. Rose, K. Fauntleroy, D. Tyree, S. Scharfe, D. Tew, S. Frye, B. Slominski. Fourth Row — L. Griggs, J. Rodman, D. Tyree, M. Matson, G. Trask, B. Horton, J. Hull, P. Taylor. Fifth Row — D. Weber, J. Jordan, K. Nordstrom, S. Steel, N. Reich, C. Andrews, P. Bichel, J. Gilchrist, D. Ritter. Sixth Row — J. Cudd, E. Dickerson, J. Evans, L. Ahearn, C. Bayruns, C. Stevens, L. Selquist, S. Curtin. Seventh Row — L. Walck, R. Shackleford, J. Sourbeer, P. Wimmer, M. Dukes, D. Furr, M. Williams, B. Myles, J. Hajec. 78 NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY — Seated L. to R. — Ann Ruggere, Secretary; JoAnne Wirt. Second Row — Vicki Anthony, Denise Taylor, Vanessa Ferguson, Roy Simmons. Third Row — Diane Ward, Freddy Wade, Susan Haase, Molly MacAuley, Clifford Pumphrey. Fourth Row — Becky Houkal, Diane Hartell, Gary Plaag. Fifth Row — Teresa Kobayashi, Joel Austin, Patty Conrad, Valerie Lutz, Doug Feit, Geoff McKenna. Sixth Row — Margaret DelCastillo, Connie Hill, Jane O’Hara, Judy DePalma. Seventh Row — Jill Haris, Terry Rankin, Mary McWhirt, Martha Stanley. Eighth Row — Cathy Wall, Ginger McGowan, Carolyn Roadcap, Karen Gaut, Karen Carpenter, Donna Strickland, Carol Wallace, Ann Hajac, Jennifer Tutor. Ninth Row — Joanne Szezepanski, Holly Kimmel, Debbie Stevens, Kathy Crawford, Dan Fosnight, John Kerins, Mark Szarnicki. Tenth Row — Debbie Wilson, Sue Steidel, Cheryl List, Bev Kobayashi. FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY — Seated L. to R. — Mrs. Sulpice, Sponsor; Mary Ann Kerins, Secretary; Karen Nordstrom, Vice President, Marcia Yanick, President; Jan Tomes, Treasurer. Second Row — Betsy MacGowan, Patrice Kistulentz, Abby Ryan, Sandy Steele, Karen Olivola, Nancy Abies, Elenor Freyer, Gail Trask. Third Row — Clifford Pumphrey, Mark Thierbach, Molly Macauley, Susan Steidel, April Guice, Monica Mattson, Nancy Stoertz, Judy Hull. Fourth Row — Jack Stokely, Jo Evans, Leonard Pumphrey, Licia Ahearn, Carol Stevens, Wanda Szczepanski, Meg Ryan, Ed Segaar, Curt Small, Richard Heater. 80 SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY — Seated L. to R. — Sherry Trussell, Recorder; Kathy Pazanowski, Vice President; Dyanne Aker, President; Linda Selquist, Secretary-Treasurer; Ed Heyman, Chaplain. Second Row -— Monica Henry, Nancy Childers, Debbie Stevens, Belle Scheibner, Connie Hill, Ann Ruggere, Karen Olivola, Pat Dowd. Third Row — Sue Ball, Lyn Griggs, Marianne Fink, Carol Thomas, Barbara Horton, Martha Stanley, Gary Johnson, Gerry Howard, Ronnie Taylor, Mike Wolff. Fourth Row — Diane Hartell, Pat Fink, Judy Rodman, Karen Rhiger, Rindy Brookshire, Cheryl Andrews, Mary McWhirt, Donna O’Bryhim, Karen Gaut, Dianne Drago, Janice Joki, Kathy Rich. Fifth Row — Catherine Henry, Marty Williams, Bob Shackleford, Bill Koch, Jeff Freehoff, Sue Gawarecki, Doug Feit, Mark Greene, Richele Wilson, Juan Arbelaez, John VanMulders, Mary Grannell. TMD Mrs. Love gives a speech before the start of the Christmas dinner. FRENCH AND SPANISH HONOR SOCIETIES SHOW ENTHUSIASM The French and Spanish Honor Societies are for those students who excel in these languages. Both honor societies attempted to further the students’ knowledge of the culture and the traditions of the countries. The Spanish Honor Society held a Christmas Dinner for its members and the French Honor Society held their annual tea for the faculty. Organizations 81 THESPIAN HONOR SOCIETY — Seated L. to R. — Teresa Attiliis, Brad Harris, Ed Heyman. Second Row — Judy Hull, Nancy Stoertz, President; Sue Gawarecki. Third Row — Gail Trask, Danny Ohleger, Mary Thomason, Carol Thomas, Vice President; Becky Melvin. Fourth Row — Tom Oney, Gary Vosburg, John Holloway, Gary Johnson, Mike Davitt. THESPIAN HONOR SOCIETY AND DRAMA CLUB DISPLAY TALENT The Thespian Honor Society and Drama Club put on four successful plays for the 1972-73 season. Musicals, dramas, and comedies provided great variety and showed off their many-faceted talents. Learning techniques from other high schools and professional productions increased the clubs’ knowledge of the performing arts. The Drama Department has successfully produced another year of entertainment. Nancy Stoertz and Gail Trask star in the production of “See How They Run.” Thespians can do all sorts of things to you. 82 Bill Blum and John Holloway work lights for Drama shows. GIRLS AND BOYS STATE — Ed Heyman, Judy Clements, and Kevin Hoover. DRAMA CLUB — Seated L. to R. — Judy DePalma, Secretary; Gail Trask, President; Jack Stone, Vice President; Jane O ' Hara, Trea¬ surer. Second Row — Nancy Peterson, Nancy Stoertz, Lisa Franks, Paul Thomas, Gina Southee, Freddy Wade, Caroline Stites. Third Row — Ed Heyman, Carol Thomas, Earl Southee, Tom Oney, Beth Erlandson, Judy Hull, Michele Barbaro. Fourth Row — Cathy Mac- Gowan, Warren Ford, Patty Turner. Chris Selquist, Jill Harris, Kathy Elkins, Martha Joseph, Gary Johnson. Fifth Row — Erik Walck, Colleen Crowder, Ruth Fisher, Barbara Parmenter, Janet Fauntleroy, David Rumsey, Dan Ohleger, Doris Wells, Diane Christopher. Sixth Row — Mark Tavelli, Louise Arthur, Mary Thomason, Linda Selquist, Becky Melvin, Mary Beth Pallansch. Seventh Row — Gary Vosburg, Steve Reinemer, Teresa Attiliis, Brad Harris, Mike Wentz, Mike Schwnadt. Eighth Row — Michael Szymanski, Bill Blum, Susan Gawarecki, Mike Davitt, Bob Shackelford, Keith Kennedy, Jeff Place, Bill Myles, Jeff Freehof, Linda Ralston, Jim Dennison. Ninth Row — Loo Stevens. Organizations 83 Front Row L. to R. — Carol Bulson, Underclassmen Editor; Wendy Weaver, Ads Editor; Linda Bussler, Faculty Editor. Second Row — Sue Stearns, Senior Editor; Lynn Burton, Organizations Editor. Third Row — Andy Richardson, Busi¬ ness Editor; Karen Olivola, Features Editor. YEARBOOK STAFF LEAVES THEIR MARK Linda Steckbeck, Editor-in-Chief. This year’s yearbook staff worked long hours to produce a book that represented every aspect of life at Falls Church High. Copies and layouts were only a part of their job. Setting up pictures, finding candids, getting club and faculty information and sports information were some of the other things they were concerned with. Working together to meet those monthly deadlines was often hectic, but worth the trouble when the yearbooks finally arrived. 84 Marcia Yanick, Senior Ass’t Editor; Pam Goodwin, Jill Martin, Cindy Oz. Carol Bulson displays her winning “Whoppee-Diggy-Wow” tech¬ nique. Theresa Healey, Co-Editor-in-Chief. Organizations 85 GENERAL STAFF — Seated L. to R. — Theresa Attiliis, Abby Ryan, Judy DePalma. Second Row — Cathy Becraft, Becky Mathena, Sue Gawarecki, Rosalie Davis. Third Row — Tom Drew, Brian Hart, Bob Buel, Nancy Childers, Debbie Garrison, Jeff Freehoff, Bob Mathena. Abby Ryan smiles at the thought of being Editor. Brian Hart sneers as Abby Ryan gives his assignment. 86 Abby Ryan, Editor; Judy DePalma, Assistant Editor. STUDENTS EXPRESS OPINIONS THROUGH JAGUAR JOURNAL The Jaguar Journal tried to increase their circulation this year by making the paper more interesting to the students. More letters and articles on controversial topics were printed, as well as the usual conventional articles. Interviews with members of our top rated basketball team, and the results and summary of the school-run elections are only a few of the many exclusive articles written by the staff of the Jaguar Journal. EDITORS — Debbie Garrison, Art Editor; Becky Mathena, Business Manager; Teresa Attiliis, Feature Editor; Susan Gawarecki, Ac¬ tivities Editor; Jeff Freehof, Sports Editor. Organizations 87 LITERARY MAGAZINE PUBLISHES STUDENTS’ WORK The Literary Magazine staff was made up of interested people working to put together a magazine. In the past they have won awards and they worked to keep this honor. Supplements to the magazine were published monthly by the staff. In each one of these supplements the literary works of one FCHS student were presented. These gave some insight into the contents of the spring issue of the Literary Magazine. Danny Ohleger finds time to relax and read. Earl Southee reads over students’ material. Bill Miles and Jeff Place compare notes on the Literary Magazine. 88 Kelly Sprague enjoys reading students stories. Left to Right — Earl Southee, Kelly Sprague, Jeff Geoffrian, Hank Peters, Billy Miles, Jeff Place, Danny Ohleger. Organizations 89 KEYETTES — Seated L. to R. — Pam Schafer, Chaplain; Wendy Weaver, Corresponding Secretary; Gail Griffith, Vice President; Linda Bussler, President; Sue Stearns, Recording Secretary; Judy Clements, Treasurer; Steph Painter, Seraeant-at-Arms. Second Row — Nancy Abies, Janet Platt, Anita Young, Pam Goodwin, Debbie Beall, Alta Hayes, Cathy Grimes. Third Row — Dee Ann Chugg, Carol Bulson, Theresa Healey, Linda Steckbeck, Mary Ann Kerins, Nancy Ayers, Debbie Moss, Karen Olivola, Elfrieda Revis. Fourth Row — Debbie Mechem, Patty Richard, Karen Fauntleroy, Sue Geuder, Kniela Rukenbrod, Barbara Horton, Karen Nordstrom, Nancy Clark, Beth MacNevin, Lynn Burton, Sue Welch. Fifth Row — Lisa Mastropaolo, Sara Sharfe, Bonny Batt, Meg Ryan Nancy Hunter, Nora Monick, Carol Stevens, Gil Vandergraaf, Jane McDaniel, Mary Jane Desrosiers, Kim Brooks. “OOUUCH!” yells Debbie Moss as Pam Schafer pins her corsage on. Linda Steckbeck, Theresa Healey, and Pam Schafer glue names at the MOD. 90 KEYETTES OFFER THEIR SERVICES TO SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY With service as their key word, the Keyettes faithfully sought out ways to serve the school and community. They met their goal through such projects as supporting disabled war veterans, patterning a brain damaged child, and visiting an old folks home every Sunday. Collecting for March of Dimes, Leukemia, and Alsac showed how much the members cared about helping people whenever possible. One of the many Keyette meetings held to work on projects. Linda Bussler is amazed at the turnout of the March of Dimes collections. Organizations 91 The Key Club created a new image this year. Collecting for UNICEF, Cerebral Palsy, and the canned food drive were just a few of their projects. On Saturdays they cleaned up the football field after every home game. The Key club joined the Keyettes in producing a first place Homecoming float. Service to the school and community became an important part of this year’s Key Club. Farrell Wise falls off his chair at the thought of being vice president. KEY CLUB — Seated L. to R. — Duane Caperton, Treasurer; Don Ciolfi, Corresponding Secretary; Phil McIntyre, President; Farrel Wise, Vice President; Curt Small, Recording Secretary; Bob Liebau, Sergeant-at-Arms. Second Row — Daie Gomer, David Becher, Dennis Groills, Gerry Howard, Craig Davis, Billy Trussed, Brad Harris. Third Row — Mike Giancaspro, Riad Yassine, Mike Davitt, Bruce Jones, Leonard Pumphrey, Bill Boyett. Fourth Row — Mike Suddarth, Vic Hunter, Jeff Repass, John Gilchrist, Ronny Taylor, Andy Richardson, Jeff Place, Neil Aker, Ken Gay. 92 Key Clubbers put Phil McIntyre in his place. KEY CLUB DONATES TIME AND EFFORT TO FREEDMENS HOSPITAL Leonard Pumphrey and John Gilchrist discuss the Key Club Basketball game. Organizations 93 CIVINETTES — Seated L. to R. — Beth Kenestrick, Sgt.-at-Arms.; Kathy Bell, Historian; Sue Genduso, Recording Secretary; Mariza Araujo, Treasurer; Marcia Yanick, President; Brooke Minturn, Vice President; Barbara Major, Corresponding Secretary; Sheliah Murcock, Historian; Joan Allen, Activities Chairman. Second Row — Pam Erwin, Donna Tyree, Dolores Tyree, Carol Beverlin, Sandi Cambell, Judy Dellas, Marcie Hascall, Sue Hughes, Janice Brocato. Third Row — Judy Pryzwara, Donna Shine, Phyllis Barley, Kim Farrington, Joanne Jordan, Bonnie Brown, Judy Rodman. Fourth Row — Cindee Stevens, Janet Freeman, Cathy Nolan, Marty Lustig, Peggy Roadcap, Nancy Desrosiers, Katie Flynn, Val List, Kitty Hanrahan, Debbie Alstadter. CIVINETTES PLACE SECOND IN PRIDE WEEK The Civinettes have contributed much time and effort to those in need this year. Long hours were spent opening a camp for retarded children, visiting a nursing home, and on money raising projects. School services included cleaning out lockers and holding a faculty tea. Each successful activity brought closer the unity and services the club strove to achieve. Cathy Nolan, Marcie Hascall, Mariza Aruajo and Beth Kenestrick work on the float. 94 Barbara Major knows secret pals are one of the fun things in Civinettes. Some Civinettes help clean up the school parking lot. Organizations 95 CIVITANS — Seated L. to R. — Rhett Wadellin, Sergeant-At-Arms; Jimmy Olivetti, Secretary; Jack Utzettini, Vice President; Don Joe Knes- trichini, President; Baby Face Russell, Chaplain; Norm Baldersone, Treasurer. Second Row — Jay Proctori, Mark Hannaci, Wayne Galucci, Lyle Haytoni, Gil Lundoni, Claude Craglise, “Bugsy” Bob Murphy, Jim Mossi, Ron Buchi, Randy Wadellini. Third Row — Vito DePalma, Roberto DiDunno, Joynny Schaffstali, Wild William Schindler, Leroy DiUsiltone, Al Flini, John DiMilene, Bill Owensbi. Fourth Row — Thomas Trapezzi, James Gal ini, Brucie, Robert DiGillio. CIVITANS CHANGE IMAGE After a few slow years the Civitans became an active service club. One of their many service projects was the selling of P.O.W. bracelets and handing out literature. They also took retarded children on a picnic sponsored by the Senior Civitans. Working with the Civinettes they produced a second place Homecoming float. Civitans have been more concerned with service this year than any other year. Civitans welcome freshmen at Orientation. 96 BUY A BRACELET Lee Usilton and Armand DePalma write receipts for bracelets. Civitans wait anxiously for people to buy P.O.W. bracelets and stickers. Organizations 97 TORCH AND BANNER SOCIETY — Seated L. to R .— Rita Redden, Secretary; Ruth Suddarth, Vice President; Wanda Szczepanski, President; April Guice, Treasurer; Joanna Szczepanski, Historian; Diane Weber, Sargeant-at-Arms. Second Row — Bonnie Hennesy, Donna Butler, Nancy Thiebault, Ginger Knott, Helen Karageorge, Toni Garhart, Donna Huchison. Third Row — Gail Nubbe, Julie Stevenson, Kathy Pazanowski, Jenni Thoma, Karen Murphy, Licia Ahearn. TABS CONTINUE TO SERVE SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY The Torch and Banner Society was very busy this year. Visiting a nursing home, collecting for charities, selling lollipops, holding bake sales, and having slumber parties were some of the activities they participated in. Working on service projects, and money raising activities helped the girls develop responsibility and brought the club closer together. 98 Some of the TABS get together for a picture before a slumber party. Gail Nubbe welcomes the TABS to her house. Organizations 99 TRI-HI-Y HAS ACTIVE YEAR The second year of Tri-Hi-Y was filled with many activities. Fund raising projects included the ever-popular bake sales and the selling of mints. Giving a needy family Thanksgiving dinner, collecting cans for the canned food drive, and an ecology project were some of the other things that kept the club busy during the year. In spite of the small membership the club has successfully served both school and community. Lisa Tavelli and Lisa Streets discuss plans for future activities. TRI-HI-Y — Seated L. to R. — Sue McElwee, Treasurer; Rosalie Davis, Vice President; Lisa Tavelli, President; Debbie Garrison, Secretary. Second Row — Cathy Becraft, Sue Looney, Carol Frank, Lisa Streets. Third Row — Stan Reed, Mascot; Donna Strickland, Kathy Wall, Ginny Bales, Doug Bly, Mascot. 100 Tri-Hi-Y shows their pride. Kathy Wall, Donna Strickland, and Carol Frank are contemplating new ideas. Organizations 101 Bringing someone from another country and trying to make him feel comfortable in a foreign atmosphere is what the American Field Service is about. Holding bake sales and sponsoring the annual Phantasmagoria are a few of the ways the club raised money to send students to other countries. The Human Relations Council met weekly to discuss and try to change some of the problems every school faces. Under the direction of Mr. Jay Jacobs the council has made much progress. AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE — Seated L. to R. — Holly Swindler, Barbara Horton, Secretary; Diane Wood, President; Cindy Mead, Vice President; Mike Davitt, Treasurer. Second Row — Tim BellefeviII, Mike Watham, Gary France, Kathy O’Connell, Nancy Reich, Judy Walker, Donna O’Bryhim. Third Row — Paula Bichel, Barbara Slominski, Mark Szanicki, Ginger Knott, Mike Carnahan, Pam Mechem, Sherry Trussell. Fourth Row Don Thompson, Mike Geduldig, Linda Selquist, Joyce Walker, Connie Nicholos, Lisa Littlewood, Beth MacNevin. AFS AND HUMAN RELATIONS BRING BROTHERHOOD INTO SCHOOL Rosa Araujo visits from Brazil. HUMAN RELATIONS COUNCIL — Seated L. to R. — Debbie Moss, Ed Heyman, Co-Chairman; Vivian Hogan, Chairman; Denise Sutton. Second Row — Sharon Foulks, Gwen Fortune, Marjorie Ragland, Gail Honesty, Beverly Tinner, Cathy Lewis. Third Row — Ann Davis, Wanda Galenski, Liz Richardson, Dotti Carter, Pat Fortune, Bonny Batt, Evelyn Jackson. Fourth Row — Lyle Hayhurst, Ceaser Chester, Jackie Utz, John Hogan, Mike Szymanski, Gil Lunsford, Jimmy Moss, Rhett Wade, Jim Oliver. 102 IT’S ACADEMIC TEAM — Seated L. to R. — Meg Ryan, Kevin Hoover, Captain; Pat Dowd. Second Row — Mark Waymack, Ed Heyman, Ted Lanpher, Leonard Pumphrey. The It’s Academic Team, after many countless hours of practicing some almost insoluable questions, went for its first match against Carroll and Churchill. Despite the nervousness of the members, the team did its best, but lost to Carroll and Churchill. The National Merit Semi- Finalists got this honor by having the highest SAT score, and by taking the National Merit test. IT’S ACADEMIC, NATIONAL MERIT NATIONAL MERIT SEMI-FINALISTS Richard Hughes and Pat Dowd. Organizations 103 ART CLUB — Front Row L. to R. — Ed Senns, Carol Frank, Vice President; Mrs. Crum, Sponsor; Lisa Street, President; Phyllis Stinnette, Secretary. Second Row — Mark Mordhorst, Tim Bellefevi11e, James Waltham, Louise Arthur, Jenny Amya, Peter Dunlap, Tim Morrison, April Harris, Maureen Smith, Peggy Streets, Jim Dennison. The Art Club, being one of the first clubs at FCHS, provided those interested in art a chance to express themselves. The Art Club also helped with the production of the Variety Show. The Chess Club gave any member of the student body an opportunity to participate in games of chess. Several matches against other high schools gave the members the chance to test their strategy and ability. CHESS CLUB DEVELOPS STRATEGY ART CLUB LEARNS NEW TECHNIQUES CHESS CLUB — Steated L. to R. — Mark Thierback, Geoff McKenna, Randy In- qalsbe, President. Second Row — George McQuain, Mrs. Walker, Sponsor; Edmund Corrothers, Pat Dowd, Carl Price. 104 GERMAN AND LATIN CLUBS DISCOVER NEW CULTURES In its second year at FCHS the Latin Club became an active and involved organization. A Latin banquet, in keeping with the tradition of classical Rome, was held along with the celebration of Rome’s birthday. They were not only concerned with their own activities, but also participated in Homecoming with a float and in the canned food drive. The German Club had done much to beautify our school grounds by planting trees. r i 1i 1 A M LATIN CLUB — Seated L. to R. — Molly McCauley, President; Carl Price, Vice President; Marie Dennis, Secretary; Jackie Montena, Treasurer; Mrs. Metz, Sponsor. Second Row — Nina Delp, Brenda Patt, Vicki Bambling, Debbie Mathews, Susan Hart, Bev Kobayashi. Third Row — Cathy Thompson, Leslie Gallahan, Louise Arthur, Mary McWhirt, Martha Stanley, Dorothy Knaver, Teresa Kobayashi. Fourth Row — John Donahue, Mike Donahue, Star Shifflet, Pam Monaghan, Russ Clarck, Bill Boyette, Eddie Senn. Fifth Row — Paul MacDonald, David Jibeault, George McQuain, Jerry Sourbeer, Edmund Corrothers, Mark Waymack, Randy Ingalsbe, Eric Gilliam, Richard Southers. GERMAN CLUB — Seated L. to R. — Teresa Millican, Gina Southee, Secretary; Steve Critchfield, President; Jennifer Tate, Cynthia Moran, Nancy Reich. Second Row — Alison Guernsey, Roxanne Brocato, Sharon Haney, Linda Carlisle, Gary France, Steve Perroots, Kimberly Babcock, Earl Southee, Ellen Dellert, Susan Frye, Arthur Kyle. Third Row — John Brocato, Linda Selquist, Bill Blum, Douglas Dug it, Jack Stokely, Johannes Evans, Nancy Brandt, Mike Wathen, Tim Bellefevilie. Fourth Row — Mike Whitmore, Mike Davitt, Miss Fox, Sponsor; Bill Fioramonti, Bill Myles, Steve Curtin, Mike Schwandt, Mike Donahue, John MacDonald, David Larsen, Kim Codoley. Fifth Row — Eric Marvin, Mike Fortner, Larry Miller, John Donahue, Gary Plaag, Peter Wimmer, Paul MacDonald, Gary Vosburg, Tim Morrison, Mark Tavelli, Bret Moore, Jeff Place, Steve Matthiesen, Mike Szymanski. Organizations 105 SPANISH CLUB — Steated L. to R. — Mrs. Okawa, Sponsor; Nancy Childers, Secretary; Diane Hartell, President; Diane Christopher, Vice President; Karen Hopkins, Treasurer. Second Row — Ann Rugerre, Cathy Garcia, Linda May, Lisa Franks, Diane Henrickson, Sue Walker, Lisa Cilinski, Debbie Mooreland, Third Row — Kathy Crawford, Frieda Richardson, Kathy O’Connell, Karen Rhiger, Sue Haase. Fourth row — Tom Knight, Valerie Lutz, Debbie Stevens, Margaret DelCastillo, Venessa Ferguson, Becky Tinner, Mary McWhirt, Louise Arthur, Wendy Farstad, Holly Kimmell. Fifth Row — Donna Strickland, Jenni Thoma, Catherine Henry, Bob Wilson, Mike Szymanski, Monica Henry, Richard Souther, Douglas Feit, Ed Heyman. FRENCH AND SPANISH CLUBS FORMED FOR INTERESTED STUDENTS Only in their first year, the Spanish and French Clubs became involved in activities to broaden their members’ knowledge of their respective countries, Visiting restaurants was only one of many projects used to acquaint them with other cultures. Both have a large membership and a great deal of enthusiasm which serves as a basis for very active clubs for years to come. FRENCH CLUB — Seated L. to R. — Mary Thomason, Secretary; Debbie Wimmer, Vice President; Pattie Richards, President. Second Row — Mrs. Walbridge, Sponsor; Judy DePalma, Cathy Elkins, Helen Karageorge, Deanna Heath, Cathy Stevens, Cindy Malock, Debbie McKinney. Third Row — Janise Jameson, Abbie Ryan, Peggy McCrae, Karen Fioramonti, Terry Genduso, Simmy Murdock. Fourth Row — Bruce Simmons, Jeff Custar, Loo Stevens, Karen Jones, Mary Beth Polansch, Jan Metzler, Diane Epling, Pete Dunlop. Fifth Row — Gary Palmer, Neil Nappo, Linda Fulford, Vicki Bugg, Terry Rankin, Jane O’Hara, J immy Steckbeck, Eric Keller. 106 DEBATE — Seated L. to R. — Abby Ryan, Betsy MacGowan, Mary Jane Desrosiers, Susan Gawarecki. Second Row — Bob Buel, Edmund Corrothers, Dave Holloway, Bill Myles, Brian Hart, Dale Saskiw, Larry Zuntz. DEBATE AND FORENSICS IMPROVE SPEAKING CONFIDENCE AND CAPABILITY The Forensics Club and the Debate Team were organized to help students master the art of speech and disciplined argumentation. Both participated monthly in the Washington League of Forensics meets from October to April. This year’s topic for debate was: “That governmental support of all schools should be provided by the federal government.” FORENSICS — Seated L. to R. — Brian Hart, Susan Gawarecki, Abby Ryan. Second Row — Martin Levin, Bill Myles, Stephen Curtin. Organizations 107 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA — Seated L. to R. — Monica Henry, Co. Chrmn. of Degrees; Rhonda York, Vice President; Joyce Walker, Secretary; Janie McDaniel, President; Karen Jones, Chrmn. of Degrees; Kathy Henry, Parlimentarian. Second Row — Mrs. Clark, Sponsor; Lona Cramer, Kathy Clements, Barbara Feltner, Pam Carter, Jennifer Tudor, Kathy Wall, Carol Ferris, Lisa Cilinski, Kathy Darnell. Third Row — Mrs. Heiner, Sponsor; Mrs. Nordness, Sponsor; Pam Rector, April Guice, Linda Caperton, Cheryl Langlais, Chris Sehrer, Dorna Ridingin, Miss Williams, Sponsor. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA — Seated L. to R. — Jerri Bowan, Rhonda York, Lona Cramer, President; Mrs. Walker, Sponsor; Helen Freshwater, Shirley Mauer, Charlotte Blake, Beth Mauer. FHA AND FTA PREPARE GIRLS FOR FUTURE The Future Homemakers of America had a busy year as they contributed their time to collecting toys and clothes for needy families and visiting the children’s ward at Fairfax Hospital. To help build up their funds they held bake sales and sold stationery. The Future Teachers of America were also quite involved as they encouraged the use of educational facilities and promoted interest in educational and teaching careers. 108 GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION — Front Row — Lisa Franks, Cindy Weaver, Mary Birch, Debbie Wooldridge, Diane Johnson, Sue Ziegler, Secretary — Sandy Steele, President; Teresa Kobayashi, Treasurer; Lorraine Mendoza. Second Row — Frieda Richardson, Sherry Rose, Diane Christopher, Nena Delp, Kay Norris, Kathy Anderson, Lesley Hershey, Terry Jacobson, Cathy Lewis, Cathy MacGowan, Jenny Arma, Brooke Minturn, Linda May, Cathy Garcia, Barb Boyer, Nancy Gorman, Rebecca Houkal. Third Row — Nancy Reich, Beverly Kobayashi, Martha Joseph, Sue Hart, Roxanne Brocato, Joanne Clarke, Donna Schaffer, Deanna Heath, Beth Erlandson, Susan Groger, Donna Hutchison, Jackie Barron, Karen Webber, Cheryl Green. Fourth Row — Sara Scharfe, Julie Wilson, Molly Macauly, Kathy Thompson, Starr Schifflett, Trisha Levitt, Linda Caperton, Betsy MacGowan, Pam Davis, Joel Austin, Karen Carpenter, Elfrieda Revis, Sue Welch, Tommy Wooldridge, Sandy Hall, Cheryl List. Fifth Row — Karen Jones, Katie Flynn, Jeannie Francis, Sharon Lutz, Sharon Haney, Bonnie Reed, Karen Fioramonti, Sally Robertson, Susan Gawarecki, Laurie Dreis, Diane Ward, Sharon Hall, Linda Duvall, Amber Day. Not Pictured — Kathy Eiserman, Vice President; Karen Nordstrom, Parliamentarian. GAA TRIES TO PROMOTE ATHLETIC ABILITY IN GIRLS Members of the Hockey team all participated in GAA activities. Because of its large membership, the Girls’ Athletic Association had the opportunity to participate in many projects. Besides running the concession stand at football games, they supported both girls’ and boys’ sports by selling Booster memberships. The recreational activities, including bicycling trips, camping, and canoeing, created still another image for this group. All of these activities broadened the appeal of this club to the girls. Organizations 109 STUDENTS PURSUE INTERESTS IN OUTDOOR CLUBS The Outing Club, a new organization this year, attempted to bring together students interested in nature. Activities such as back¬ packing, hiking, caving, and canoeing were experienced by the enthusiastic members. The Ski Club has given experienced and non-ex- perienced students the opportunity to develop their skills and attend weekend skiing trips. f 1 mm » RK mmm SKI CLUB — Seated L. to R. — Mrs. Heins, Sponsor; Tom Oney, Joe Evans, Jack Stokley. Second Row — Judy Bayruns, Toni Gearheart, Kathy Crawford, Michelle Barbaro, Donna McFadden, Kathy Clem¬ ents, Cathy Stevens. Third Row — Sharon Haney, Molly Fulmer, Joanne Sczepanski, Pat Levitt, Linda Caperton, April Guice, Thomas Forte, Kay Schindler. Fourth Row — Bonnie Reed, Karen Camenter, Theresa Rankin, Mark Woodside, Brian Carpenter, Paul MacDonald, George Megaw, Dale Saskiw, Steve Reinemer. OUTING CLUB — Front Row L. to R. — Mary Birch, Martha Joseph, Sue Arnold, Treasurer; Patricia Fink, Librarian-Secretary. Second Row — Mark Greene, Pat Layland, Tim Burns, Fred Claridge, Randy Bichel, Scott Beasley, Jeff Place, David Arnold, Steve Baskerville, Marianne Fink, Pete Woodside, President; Dave Tibeault. Not Pictured: Teresa Powell, Helene Knight, Vice President. 110 RIFLE TEAM Seated L. to R. — Bill Jordan, Ken Gay, Stan Reed, Ed McCann. Second Row — Terry Mella, James Patterson, Doug Feit, Keith Kennedy, Alan Hosmer. Third Row — Ken Duncan, Mike Jacobs, George Betts, Dan Wilson, Jack McCauliffe, Joe Fioramonti, Paul Maitico. SCIENCE CLUB — Seated L. to R. — Ronnie Taylor, Secretary-Treasurer; Pat Dowd, President; Betsy McGowan, Vice President. Second Row — Suzanne Collet, Abigail Ryan, Susan Gawarecki, Richard Hughes, Randy Ingalsbe, Duane Caperton. Third Row — Clifford Pumphrey, Edmund Cor- rothers, Steve Sellers, Amos Lu, Hucky Greenberg, Leonard Pumphrey. RIFLE AND SCIENCE CLUBS DEVELOP SKILLS The Rifle Club consisted of superior marksmen who had passed the National Rifle Association’s qualification test this year. They developed sportsmanship, learned how to safely handle firearms, and participated in contests. The Science Club was busy this year. When not visiting various science institutions, they were working on projects such as an 8 inch reflecting telescope and a salt water aquarium. Organizations 111 COMPUTER CLUB — Seated L. to R. — Doug Feit, Vice President; Don Trenary, President; Scott Atkins, Sec.-Treas.; Sec¬ ond Row — Richard Vinson, Steve Curtin, Jim Hajec, Clifford Pumphrey, Arthur Kyle, Jerry Brown. Third Row — Mike Christos, Steve Critchfield. Fourth Row — Bob Shackleford, George Betts, tom Bevans, Bob Buel, Edmund Corrothers, Bill Myles, Paul Maitico. ENGINEERING CLUB — Seated L. to R. — Don Trenary, Vice President; Scott Atkins, President; Bill Myles, Sec.-Treas. Second Row — George Betts, Steve Critchfield, Mike Christos, Steve Curtain, Bob Shackleford. Not pictured: Arthur Kyle, Kris Woyna. ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER CLUBS TEACH TRADES The Engineering Club is another of the new clubs formed this year. It has given students interested in learning about engineering the opportunity to do so. With the addition of a computer to our school, the Computer Club was soon formed. The members learned many skills that will be very useful in years to come. The formation of these two new clubs to our school prove how interested students have become in pursuing their interests. 112 MATH TEAM — Seated L. to R. — Ronnie Taylor, April Guice, Richard Hughes. Second Row — Rick Jacobson, Farrell Wise, Pat Dowd. MODEL UN SHOWS STUDENTS THE PROCEDURES OF THE UNITED NATIONS MODEL U.N. — Seated L. to R. — Bob Buel, Brian Hart, Sue Gawarecki, Louise Arthur. Second Row — Judy Clements, Jim Lowenstern, Marty Williams, Abby Ryan, Meg Ryan, Chairman; Linda Ralston, Eddie Senn. Striving for accuracy and speed, the Math Team competed against other high schools in timed competitions. Computing trick mathematical expressions into a single, correct answer challenged each of the team members and gave them much needed experience for the future. Mock UN sessions were held to give students first hand experience in dealing with foreign policy. With students acting as ambassadors from the different nations, the sessions were conducted successfully and enjoyed by all. Organizations 113 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB OF AMERICA — Seated L. to R. — Debbie Moss, Secretary; Brian Geist, Treasurer; Susie Town¬ send, Vice President; John Hogan, President. Second Row — Pat Thorpe, Bev Perkins, Ann Busuttil, Lynn Lawrence, Elaine Julian, Judy Inman, Doug Kiawana. Third Row — Pam Townsend, Vivian Hogan, Terri Overbee, Dale Grambling, Paul Pereria, Scott Thom¬ as, Fernando Pereria, Ricky Grant, Russell Hall. Fourth Row — William Jackson, Pam Thomas, Jim Swink, Ray Frye, Mike Langlais, Steve Toward, Denver Brown, Greg Fowler, Terry Richards, Richard Ward, Paul Flynn, Charles Bowes, Charles Fowler. VICA AND DECA GIVE STUDENTS EXPERIENCE IN WORKING WORLD Two active programs in the business department are VICA and DECA. These programs offer students a chance to go out into the business world and get the experience and knowledge necessary in finding a good job. Field trips and guest speakers are just a few of the ways this is accomplished. Both clubs benefit all students interested in a successful business career. VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION — Seated L. to R. — Mr. McFea- ture, Sponsor; Kathy Nicholas, Ann Ratchford, President; Barb Thomas, Mrs. Corrothers, Sponsor. Second Row — Andrea Ivie, Cindy Idigpio, Marie Doaks, Teresa Brannon, Yvone Pat¬ terson, Sindi Collins, Sherry Hansley, Pat Molina. Third Row — Cindy Eidson, Novella Mc¬ Donough, Theresa Pigge, Mary Small, Lauri Ortega, Cindy Johnson, Barbara Jenkins, Jerri Bowen, Kim Draper, Roberta Rumsey. Fourth Row — Philip Mickle, Virgil Weber, Terry Usery, Donnie Rozier, Bob Kirby, Ed Hale, Mike Hanley, Donny Sisler. 114 FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA — Seated L. to R. — Pam Thomas, Treasurer; Gloria Randall, Parlimentarian; Gerry Miller, Historian; Alta Hayes, President; Joni Lyon, Secr etary; Sue Bucklew, Reporter. Second Row — Nancy Abies, Janet Platt, Wanda Galenski, Phyllis Sickle, Phyllis Harris, Lauri Martin. Third Row — Ginny Bales, Joyce Paljug, Debbie Feurstein, Diane Donahue, Bonnie Black, Dee Dee Harnage, Dee Ann Chugg, Kathy Dehaven, Jane Cameron, Becky Mathena, Lynn Lawrence. Fourth Row — Sue Hughes, Debbie Birbeck, Linda Kearns, Cathy Brian, Karen Fauntleroy, Wanda Jackson, Jane Cole, Linda Holper, Susan Summers, Doreen Shepley, Judy Sine. FBLA AND VOT OFFER TRAINING IN THE OFFICE Vocational Office Training is set up to find jobs for girls going into the business world. The girls involved in the program work for a salary while they learn. The Future Business Leaders of America are very active this year. The General Business Teachers Meeting of the county was held here this year. They also collected for the March of Dimes and installed Stuart and Marshall into the FBLA Conference. VOCATIONAL OFFICE TRAINING — Linda Kearns, Debbie Birbeck, Judy Sine, Cathy Smith. Second Row — Lona Cramer, Alta Hayes, Dianna Finlay, Debbie Beall, Gerri Miller, Kathy Dehaven, Phyllis Harris. Third Row — Ann Curtain, Dorna Ridingin, Joyce Walker, Gloria Randall, Debbie Feurstein, Sue Summers. Fourth Row — Ginny Bales, Patty Furr, Charlotte Blake, Sue Hughes, Sue Bucklew, Linda Holper. Organizations 115 CHEERLEADING CLUB — Seated L. to R. — Anita Young, Nancy Cowan, Historian; Sue Ball, President; Marcie Hascall, Vice President; Debbie Alstadter, Sergeant-at-Arms. Second Row — Judy Dellas, Lyn Griggs, Lee Ann Walters, Judy Rodman, Treasurer; Dolores Tyree, Jan Anthony, Terry Crow. Third Row — Mrs. Adler, Sponsor; Vicki Anthony, Secretary; Diane Epling, Holly Kimmel, Terry Genduso, Denise Taylor, Simmy Murdock, Evelyn Jackson, Diane Ward, Deb bie McKinny. Fourth Row — Lisa Dorsey, Beth Bray, Barbara Yanick, Ann Sonhalter, Claudia King, Patti Conrad, Carol Hayhurst, Sandy Youngblood. CHEERLEADERS PROMOTE SPIRIT THROUGHOUT SCHOOL Those spirited girls in green that ranged from Frosh to Senior formed the Cheerleading Club. They planned their way into a successful year. They held bake sales and car washes to help pay for new uniforms, equipment, spirit gimmicks, a watermelon feast, a cheerleading clinic, and a glow-in-the-dark pep rally. These girls’ enthusiasm, never-ending spirit, and faith proved to be contagious, and spread through the classes for years to come. Terry Crow exhaustingly finishes her cheer. 116 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS — Terry Crow, Anita Young, Lyn Griggs, Lee Ann Walters, Marcie Hascall, Co-Captain; Sue Ball, Captain; Debbie Alstadter, Judy Rodman, Nancy Cowan, Dolores Tyree, Judy Dellas. Debbie Alstadter anxiously awaits the next cheer. Sue Ball and Anita Young look on as the team runs on the field. “Now for my next cheer!” smiles Nancy Cowan. “Give rpe a J!” shouts Lee Ann Walters. Organizations 117 J V CHEERLEADERS — Kneeling L. to R. — Debbie McKinny, Evelyn Jackson, Vicki Anthony, Diane Ward, Holly Kirnmel. Second Row — Denise Taylor, Diane Epling, Co-Captain; Terry Genduso, Captain; Simmy Murdock. The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders try to build up team spirit by cheering the crowds on. 118 JV AND FRESHMEN CHEERLEADERS SHOW ENTHUSIASM TO CROWDS Claudia King goes into formation for the next cheer. Debbie McKinney gives an enthusiastic cheer. FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS — Kneeling L. to R. — Lisa Dorsey, Beth Bray, Co-Captain; Carol Hayhurst, Captain; Sandy Youngblood. Second Row — Ann Sonnhalter, Barbara Yanick, Claudia King, Patti Conrad. Organizations 119 MARCHING BAND — Seated L. to R. — Donna Patch, Becky Hoak. Second Row — Nancy Henard, Nancy Reich, Pam Mechem, Cindy Mead, Judy Walker, Doreen Schindler, Connie Nicholas, Jennifer Scharr, Kniela Rukenbrod, Robin Samuelson, Cheryl Stevens, Sandy Clark, Carol Stevens, Beth MacNevin, Chris Hedrick, Sheryl Hunter, Patty Betts, Dennis Furr. Third Row — Mike Layland, Ben Benowski, Bill Boyette, Dennis Groves, George Megaw, Susan Waller, Gary Glahn, Steve Steidel, Holly Carroll, Dayle Burnett, Kim Coddley, Ken Buchanan, David Becker, David Stoertz, Duane Caperton. Fourth Row — Armand Masse, Loo Stevens, Jim Edmundson, Joe Robinson, Farrell Wise, Robert Owens, Mark Strysko, Ed McCann, Dale Goldman, Debbie Matthews, John Engler, Tom Knight, Ken Gay, John Gilchrist, Bob Liebeau. Fifth Row — Sue Sherba, Cathy Wadleigh, Cindy Moran, Ronnie Jones, Will McCarthy, Lee Stevens, John Pfaff, Neil Arnold, Bruce Rodgers, Donna O ' Bryhim, Buddy Blankenship, Rick Moore, Phil McIntyre, Mike Suddarth, Chris Overcash. Sixth Row — Rick Heater, Leslie Gallahan, Sue Haase, Sue Frye, Karen Ritter, Louise Hartman, Christy Nolan, Vickie Kline, Roy SeGuine, Eddy Segar, Leonard Pumphrey, Charlie Becker, Dennis Johnson, Doug Burke, Danny Adams. Seventh Row — Ginny Hamblin, Dara Ritter, Bonnie Hennesy, Mark Szarnicki, Gary Plaag, Cheryl Gay, Julie Tassi, Dawn Hunt, Paula Penwell, Beatrice Davidson, Jan Tomes, Judy Grimes, Clifford Pumphrey, Kathy Moreau, Lisa Cars- cadden. Eighth Row — Barbara Bennett, Ruth Suddarth, Cheryl-Ann Dodge, Kathy Crawford, Ann Ruggere, Pegi McCrae, Diane Hartell, Theresa Meeks, Robin Erler, Ellen Del I ert, Mike Dukes, John Ahearn, Tom Wetrich, Doug Stine, Ginger Knott. Ninth Row — Bill Trussed, Tom Bevans, Anne Donovan, Mark Steadman, Brenda Owens, Jack Stokley, Mike Carnahan, Kathy O’Connell, Pam Goodwin, Janet Platt, Sallie Burkett, Patrice Kistulentz, Jennifer McCarthy, Curt Small, Leo Stapleton. Tenth Row — Sue Claud, Amber Day, Licia Ahearn, Debbie Stevens, Valerie Lutz, Cheryl Williams, Bev Hall, Kathy Ahearn, Sue Claridge, Sherry Trussed, Mindy Crawford, Sue Morrow, Linda Crawford, Lynn Burton, Sue Steidel, JoAnn Jordan. Beginning the year with a spectacular performance at the Redskins-Broncos game, the band continued their prize-winning presentations at Philadelphia’s Parade of Champions and the Steeler- Kansas City game. At the Robinson Marching Spectacular the band received a Superior rating, Best Band Front, Best Drum Major, and the “Best of Bands.” The Band is truly the pride of FCHS. The band performs one of their award-winning shows at UVA halftime. BoiiiNmrr ' «JSSSSI .vs ?;., ' I ' ■ ‘V- .... 120 Duane Caperton and Mike Layland show enthusiasm at afternoon rehearsal. Sheryl Hunter concentrates while doing a difficult routine. BAND TAKES ALL AT ROBINSON BAND FRONT Kneeling L. to R. — Beth MacNevin, Nancy Reich, Kneila Rukenbrod, Jennifer Scharr, Robin Samuelson, Pam Mechem, Chris Hedrick, Connie Nicholas, Carol Stevens, Judy Walker, Sandy Clark, Cindi Mead, Cheryl Stevens, Doreen Schindler, Sheryl Hunter, Nancy Henard, Patty Betts. Second Row — Licia Ahearn, Bev Hall, Mindy Crawford, Sue Claridge, Debbie Stevens, Valerie Lutz, Jo Ann Jordan, Linda Crawford, Lynn Burton, Sherry Trussell, Sue Morrow, Sue Steidel, Micky Hedrick, Kathy Ahearn, Sue Claud, Cheryl Williams, Amber Day. Organizations 121 SYMPHONIC BAND — Seated L. to R. — Robin Erler, Barbara Bennett, Theresa Meeks, Ruth Suddarth, Pam Goodwin, Nancy Reich, Diane H artel I, Ellen Dellert, Licia Ahearn, Cheryl-Ann Dodge. Second Row — Sallie Burkett, Connie Nicholas, Brenda Owens, George Megaw, John Engler, Dale Goldman, Ed McCann, Tom Knight, Debbie Matthews, Gary Plaag, Clifford Pumphrey, Rick Heater, Susan Frye. Third Row — Tom Bevans, Ken Gay, Doug Stine, Armand Masse, Bob Liebau, Gary Glahn, Ben Benoski, Mike Layland, Cheryl Gay, John Ahearn, Jan Tomes, Christy Nolan, Judy Grimes, Karen Rhiger, Patrice Kistulantz, Sue Haase, Ginger Knott, Sue Sherba. Fourth Row — Ronnie Jones, Jim Edmundson, Mike Suddarth, Farrell Wise, Bob Owens, Will McCarthy, Rick Moore, Chris Overcash, Lee Stevens, Steve Steidel, Dennis Furr, Dayle Burnett, Holly Carroll, Ken Buchanan, David Becker, Kim Codoley, David Stoertz, Duane Caperton. Fifth Row — Leonard Pumphrey, Dennis Johnson, Roy Seguine, Charlie Becker, Bill Trussell, Curt Small, Leo Stapleton. CONCERT BAND — Seated L. to R. — Ann Ruggere, Anne Donovan, Katy O’Connell, Pegi McCrae, Diane Hartell, Licia Ahearn, Cheryl-Anne Dodge, Connie Nicholas, Valerie Lutz. Second Row — Tom Bevans, Ken Gay, Brenda Owens, George Me gaw, John Engler, Dale Goldman, Ed McCann, Tom Knight, Debbie Matthews, Tom Wetrich, Beatrice Davidson, Mike Dukes, Leonard Pumphrey, John Ahearn. Third Row — Doug Stine, Gary Glahn, Susan Waller, Dennis Groves, John Gilchrist, Bill Boyette, Cheryl Gay, Becky Hoak, Louise Hartman, Cathy Wadleigh, Mark Steadman, Dawn Hunt, Julie Tassi, Judy Crimes, Bonnie Hennessey, Dara Ritter, Kathy Moreau. Fourth Row — Bill Blankenship, Bruce Rodgers, Mark Strysko, Cindi Moran, Neil Arnold, John Pfaff, Joe Robinson, Donna O’Bryhim, Loo Stevens, Mike Carnahan, Stan Wood, Steve Steidel, Dennis Furr, Dayl Burnett, Holly Carroll, Ken Buchanan, David Becker, Kim Codoley, David Stoertz. Fifth Row — Sherry Trussell, Vicki Kline, Kathy Crawford, Debbie Steven, Bill Trussell, Curt Small, Leo Stapleton. 122 FALLS CHURCH HIGH SCHOOL BAND APPEARS ON NATIONWIDE TELEVISION Band members wait patiently to start playing. The Pep Band promotes school spirit at an assembly. Drum Major Dennis Furr marches on to a victory. Organizations 123 CHOIR HAS A GOOD YEAR UNDER NEW DIRECTOR Any student, whether Freshman or Senior, looking for somewhere to belong could undoubtedly find his place in the Choral Department. Under the direction of Mr. Robert Webb, the different groups sang all types of songs ranging from classical to favorite show tunes. Another welcome addition to the Choral Department was the Broadway Broads. Combined, these groups made up a talented Choral Department at Falls Church High. BROADWAY BROADS — Seated L. to R. — Janet Meeks, Maria Flossos, Michele Barbaro, Kathy Elkins, Judy DePalma. Second Row — Sharon Erksa, Louise Arthur, Gina Southee, Dianne Weber, Cathy Bayruns. GIRLS CHORUS — Front Row L. to R. — Sharon Erksa, Janet Meeks, Tammie Wincek, Chris Lustig, Belle Schapner, Deborah Thompson, Blair Minturn. Second Row — Donna Shaffer, Kathy Barnett, Beth Erlandson, Teresa Harris, Christine Sehrer, Kathy Augustine, Rindy Brookshire, Linda Clutz, Kathy Darnell. Third Row — Tommi Wooldridge, Karen Ranta, Margaret Del Castillo, Laurie Bichel, Monica Henry, Rhonda Thomas, Phyliss Stinnette, Nancy Beck, Brenda Marsh, Leigh Gillespie. 124 MADRIGALS — Seated L. to R. — Robert Webb, Director; Bill Blum, Brooke Minturn, Craig Davis, Jerry Vogel, Diane Wood, Jarrel Todd, Brenda Owens, Randy Bichell, Dianne Weber, Bob Owens, Ruth Suddarth, Stan Reed, Rosalie Davis, Gary Johnson. CONCERT CHOIR — Front Row L. to R. — Sue Townsend, Carol Sheets, Diane Townsend, Ann Marie Busuttim, Maria Flossos, Cher Matheson, Roberta Lane. Second Row — Carol Addison, Alix Mattusch, Marjorie Dorff, Joyce Walker, Linda Ralston, Janet Fauntleroy, Laura Goncher, Nancy Brandt, Kathy Albertson. Third Row — Mr. Webb, Director; Daniel Perry, Jerry Vogel, Sam Turner, Pat Pignotti, Brian Sexton, Rob Thomasino, Mike Callahan, Mark Pitts, Tim Bel I efeui 11 e. Organizations 125 •Kv. ' .Vv Teachers and adminis¬ trators deal with the student body daily. Edu¬ cating, advising, and en¬ forcing rules is not always an easy job or a popular one. Through interaction mutual respect and under¬ standing can be complished day by day. Cl a mimi • MKT too o rui MICH t TABl U HI N » S 0»»i« UTV 09 SUCH A MUillll l Min MV »INM AMO IMIMG ISTCI SCHOOL a •i MR. JOSEPH L. KING, Principal Some changes were brought about with the beginning of the 1972 school year. Mr. Sal Digiorgi was transferred to our school from Stuart and took over the position of Assistant Principal of Administration. Mr. Paul Jones was promoted from Biology teacher to Administrative Aide. Smoking areas began their first complete year with a great deal of success thanks to the cooperation of administrators as well as students. The racial situation was a touchy one, but they handled it with coolness and tact. The demands of their jobs often make them hard to find and even harder to keep in one place for more than five minutes. Many times, though, they can be found in the halls and classrooms talking with students, getting reactions, and most important of all, listening to new ideas. “This is Mr. King!” Signing papers is a small part of Mr. King ' s routine. 128 ADMINISTRATION MR. SAL DIGIORGI, Asst. Principal for Admin. MR. PAUL JONES, Administrative Aide MR. BONNER ALLEE, Asst. Principal for Inst. MR. GEORGE STEPP, Administrative Aide Mr. Allee approves an order for Mr. Cooper. 129 MR. JAMES FLANNAGAN, Director of Guidance MR. RONALD KILBOURNE, Counselor GUIDANCE Arranging the appropriate schedules for stude nts, helping seniors find the right college, administering college boards, and listening to the students’ frantic pleas for help is only a small part of a counselor’s job. It is a strenuous one with problems to be smoothed out. Unfortunately sometimes when a student wants to see his counselor, he is so busy that the student has to make an appointment for two weeks later. By the time two weeks pass the student has forgotten his problems and has given up hope of ever seeing his counselor again. On the other hand, it is surprising how quickly a student can find himself seated before his counselor when he has cut a class or is making poor grades. However, they do the best they are capable of with a very difficult job. MRS. LOVESTINE EVERTON, Counselor MR. JOSEPH CARLO, Counselor 130 MRS. JANE SPRING, Counselor MRS. EDITH LEMON, Counselor MISS NANCY WEISGERBER, Counselor MRS. SUSAN PUGH, Teacher Aide Hm HUH HH Faculty 131 MRS. AMY REGISTER Finance Officer MRS. RUTH RYAN Head Librarian MRS. DORA NUNEZ Computer Programmer MRS. ANN BERGEN Assistant Librarian MRS. RUBY POWERS Secretary to Guidance MRS. SANDRA LILLIARD Secretary to the Library 132 MRS. B.J. AHRENS Secretary to the Principal SECRETARIES AND SPECIAL ASSISTANTS Whether it is that book report that has to be done, or just reading for the sheer enjoyment of it, students know where to look — the library. If students are having difficulty with a research paper, or would merely like assistance finding a book, our librarians are always willing to lend a helping hand. Swamped with piles of paperwork plus answering phones, the school secretaries managed to take quite a bit of the load off the teachers and administrators. The finance office kept track of the money from every school organization and became quite familiar with their treasurers. The A.D.P. office worked long hours on processing schedules, report cards, printing up lists and alphabetizing cards. All these behind the scenes workers make Falls Church High run smoothly. MRS. DOLORES BRANDT Attendance Secretary Faculty 133 MRS. MARY CARLSEN Alg. 11-Trig, Gen. Math II, Geometry MR. G. MARTIN BONNETT Alg. I, Alg. II, Cons. Math MISS ELLEN COMEAU Math II, Geometry, Alg. I MR. JOHN FEATHER Geometry, Alg. I, pt. I mm • ' MRS. MARY HAYNIE Alg. I, pt. I, Alg. I MR. MAJOR WELLS Alg. I, Cons. Math 134 MR. BRUCE CAMPBELL Alg. I, pt. II, Alg. II MR. ARTHUR LILLEVIG Math II, Geom., Func. Analytic Geom. By offering courses ranging from Consumer Math to Calculus, the Math Department prepared students for the con¬ sumer-oriented world and also helped to produce the engineers and mathematicians of tomorrow. The objective of the Math Department is not only to teach the material from the textbook, but to also relate the importance it will play in the changing world around us. Some of the ways the teachers attempt to reach this goal are by encouraging students to work with the computer and to participate in activities dealing with advanced math, such as the Math Team. Although sometimes discouraged, the Math Department continues to offer students every chance to gain as much knowledge as possible. MR. DAVID KULIK General Math M A T H E M A T I C S MR. RICHARD NEWSOME Math II, Alg. I, Trig.-Functions MR. BERNARD GARHART, DEPT. CHAIRMAN Geometry, Calculus Faculty 135 Now you see him, now you see him again! MRS. ARMETHA CORBIN Chemistry, Physics MRS. BILLIE ABELL Biology I, Biology II MR. WILLIAM THOMAS Biology I 136 MR. CARL RING Biology I, Earth Science MR. JULIUS COHN Astronomy SCIENCE Learning everything you wanted to know about yourself, but were afraid to ask is what the Science Department is all about. Even something as simple as conducting a biology experiment outside in the woods offers students a better chance to relate the knowledge learned to the outside world and everchanging environment. Experience in the art of dissecting frogs is as valuable as conducting experiments to produce special chemical reactions. Changing moles to grams, balancing equations, and writing up countless labs are some of the more unpleasant assignments given to students, but are nonetheless important. The annual science fair offers students the opportunity to show their knowledge and creativity and to learn from other students. MR. MICHAEL HILLIER Biology I MR. E. WAYNE HARRIS Biology I, Earth Science COL. JOSEPH GROVES, DEPT. CHAIRMAN Chemistry Faculty 137 MISS FRANCINE FOX German 1,2,3 MR. WILLIAM HAYDEN Spanish 1,2,3,5 FOREIGN LANGUAGES MRS. LINDA COWGILL, DEPT. CHAIRMAN Spanish 2,3,4,5 Learning basic vocabulary skills and advancing on to higher means of communication are the goals students studying foreign languages set for themselves. There is a wide variety of foreign languages at Falls Church to study, and all require much work and effort on the part of students and teachers alike. Several hours a week of preparations, homework, drilling, and speaking are necessary to increase vocabulary and fluency. Interesting textbook material and films show students not only the language, but the cultural background of the land also. Field trips, honor societies, and guest speakers are a few of the methods teachers use to add spice to the courses offered. Advanced students learn to converse in a foreign language almost as easily as their own. 138 MRS. INGRID METZ Latin 1,2,3, English 10 MRS. VIVIAN SULPICE French 2,3,4 MISS SHARON DAHLSTROM MRS. FRANCISCA LOVE MISS JUDY BANKS French 1,2,5 Spanish 2,3,4 Spanish 1,2,3 139 MRS. CARMEN DEARING English 10 MRS. MARY WALKER English 10 MR. SIDNEY BENNETT English 9 ENGLISH Thematic English again this year played a large part in the academic and vocational curriculum offered at Falls Church. It not only gave the students a chance to choose a subject that interested and challenged them, but the teachers also. Changing classes and teachers each quarter offered a much needed variety in the otherwise dull routine. Humanities was again offered, and gave a challenge to the mind for those who exert the effort in drama, art, music, philosophy, and government. Another major phase of the English curriculum is vocabulary study. Preparing college bound and vocational students for the difficult years ahead, and helping them meet the challenges of tomorrow’s schools are what the English Department is all about. MISS BETSY HARRIS English 11,12, Journalism 140 MRS. JUDITH MCGINNIS English 10, Speech MR. KENNETH LAWRENCE English 11,12, Creative Writing MR. DAVID SPEWAK English 9 MRS. LINDA DUNCAN English 11,12, Speech MRS. MARY SHEARON, DEPT. CHAIRMAN English 11,12, American Civ. Faculty 141 MISS KAREN DELL English 9, 10, Reading MRS. JANE BIALAS English 9 MRS. MARION BETENBAUGH English 9, World Geography ENGLISH MISS SHARON MCDANIEL English 9,11,12 ' l . Pfljr ' Srfpr M . ■ ' • ' mk -M ' . m SJL - M M V - m A 1 ’M f A »_AL uh V. MR. THOMAS BROGAN English 11,12 MR. JOHN LOVING English 11,12 142 Term papers catch the eyes of everyone. MRS. MARGARET FITZGERALD English 11,12, Humanities MR. LAWRENCE DOWELL — NOT PICTURED English 11,12, Humanities MR. GEORGE ALLEN Drama Miss McDaniel holds discussions with her class. Ideas For English compositions aren’t always easy to come by. Faculty 143 turn MR. STEVE WILCOX World History, U.S. History COL HENRY MACDANIEL World Geography MR. WILLIAM YOUNT U.S. History, U.S. Government MR. ALPHONSUS MCCAFFERTY General Business, World Geography MRS. WILMA HAMILTON World History, World Civ. MISS ELIZABETH WILSON U.S. History MRS. CAROLYN HARPER U.S. Government 144 MR. EDWARD HAMILTON U.S. Government SOCIAL STUDIES MRS. ELVERA WELK Psychology, German 1,4 Teaching about the shape of the earth, the history of the world and the government of our society are basically the jobs of the Social Studies Department. Interest is achieved by offering a large variety of topics of study. Classes were changed the third quarter to enable students to choose a subject of interest to them personally. A school-wide presidential campaign was held in October by the government classes to set off enthusiasm and debates on the actual national election held in November. Students organized and carried through their plans for the election and their efforts were rewarded with a large success. Field trips, guest speakers, and lively classroom discussions helped students better understand the past, the present and the future. MR. CHARLES SELL World Geography MISS ELIZABETH MCGILL MR. JOHN MURPHY, DEPT. CHAIRMAN U.S. History, American Civ. U.S. History Faculty 145 MRS. ARLENE FALLOW, DEPT. CHAIRMAN Typing I, Bookkeeping MRS. DOROTHEA LAIRD Typing I, Personal Typing MISS JUDY AILES Sthd. I, Clk. Typ. II, Bkkp. MISS VERA DARBY Typing I, Steno Block I The Business Department is kept busy training students in such skills as typing, bookkeeping, and shorthand. These important skills are learned for personal use or for job preparation. Working experience is also offered along with classroom work. Many more field trips were taken this year and this resulted in much added knowledge for the students. One major change in the curriculum this year is the addition of a cosmotology laboratory. This was welcomed and put to very good use by the students. In addition to the courses available here at Falls Church, many students benefited by the vocational training courses available at Marshall High School. All of these areas together made up a very successful year for the business students at Falls Church. MR. ROY HAWKINS D.E. II, D.E. Ill, Coor. This sure beats the hunt and peck method! 146 BUSINESS MR. JOHN MCFEATURE, DEPT. CHAIRMAN ICT II, ICT I, Coor. MRS. SUSAN ADLER Typing I, Steno Block I, Steno Block II, Steno I MRS. JULIET ALTEMUS D.E. II, D.E. Ill, Coor. MRS. DELORACAROTHERS Cosmetology I “Miss Darby, don’t tell me I blew it again! " complains Holly Swin¬ dler. Faculty 147 MR. RONALD MATALAVAGE, DEPT. CHAIRMAN Physical Education 10 MR. THOMAS REILLY Physical Education 9,11,12, Algebra II Health and Physical Education classes taught driver’s education, first aid, classroom study of mental health and physical education, and all types of sports. Team work, basic skills, and, of course, sportsmanship are a few other fundamentals the teachers tried to relate to students. Archery, tennis, football, baseball, hockey, and basketball were among the sports offered to boys and girls alike. Students with special interests often participate in intramurals or team activities after school. Learning the importance of safe driving and knowing the rules of the road are part of the driver education course offered to students. The Physical Education Department contributes to preparing students for later life. MR. JAMES WARREN Physical Education 10,11,12 MRS. MARY MADDOX Physical Education 9,10 MRS. BERNICE LILLY, DEPT. CHAIRMAN Physical Education 10 148 MR. JAMES DICK Physical Education 9,11,12 PHYSICAL EDUCATION MISS HOLLY HAMMERLE Physical Education 9,11,12 MR. ALBERT MCCULLOCK Physical Education 9,11,12 MISS SANDRA REYNOLDS Physical Education 10 MR. PAUL WEBER, ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 149 MR. JOHN LOCASSIO Shop I, World of Construction MR. MICHAEL BETO Shop I, Shop II MR. ROBERT LITTLE Maintenance Repair 1,11 MR. HARVEY COOPER, DEPT. CHAIRMAN Mech. Drawing I,IV, Arch. Drawing, Eng. Drawing MR. DWIGHT MOSSER Electronics 1,11,111 150 MRS. LINDA HEINER, DEPT. CHAIRMAN Home Economics 1,11, Fashion Design MRS. ANNE NORDNESS Home Economics 11,111, Consumer Problems MRS. MARILYN CLARK Home Economics I,V, Food Service HOME ECONOMICS AND INDUSTRIAL ARTS Learning to sew, cooking exotic dishes, and working with home furnishings are a few of the basics of the Home Economics Department. Special courses were offered in consumer education and food service in an attempt to make modern life a little easier. Fashion design was offered to the more advanced students who wished to increase their skills and prepare themselves for a future career. Mechanical Drawing is proving to be an increasingly popular course at Falls Church and gives students the opportunity to show their creativity. Working with metal, wood, and glass are a few of the materials with which the students experiment. Repairing home fixtures and working with used cars are what the Industrial Arts Department is best known for. Faculty 151 A R T A N D MRS. EDITH HEINS, DEPT. CHAIRMAN Art III,IV, Creative Crafts, Humanities M U S I c MR. ROBERT WEBB Chorus, Madrigals The Art and Music Department brings a creative dimension to Falls Church High School. Students develop artistic talents through ceramics, mosaics, paint and charcoal, to name just a few mediums which the art students explore. This year their experiences were supplemented by a field trip to New York. Falls Church’s band dominates the Music Department. During marching season, all band members are required to practice sixth period and after school every day. This is not to mention the countless practices held before important competitions. Our Choral Department under the strain of a new director, has proved itself to be doing well. Along with the Madrigals and the Mixed Chorus, the “Broadway Broads” make up our Choral Department. MRS. MARY CLOE Art 1,11 MRS. THERESA FAY Strings, Music — NOT PICTURED MR. JAMES STEGNER Band, Humanities MRS. FRANCES CRUM Art I, Senior Art 152 CAFETERIA AND CUSTODIAL STAFF Front Row L. to R. — Mrs. Edna Edison; Mrs. Ellie DePalma; Mrs. Edna Tepper; Mrs. Frances Alison; Mrs. Lois Gaines, Supervisor; Mrs. Ruth Hopkins. Second Row — Mrs. Omnie Kennedy; Mrs. Katherine Wade; Mrs. Hazel Ball; Mrs. Peggy Utterback; Mrs. Shirley Harding; Mrs. Marion Jones; Mrs. Rae Philpott; Mres. Grace Ferrell; Mrs. Betty Douglas; Mrs. Ann Jibeault. Front Row L. to R. — Mr. Johnson; Mr. Hick; Mr. Carter; Mr. Foulks; Mr. Mullins. Second Row — Mr. McCarroll, Supervisor; Mrs. San- diage; Mr. Lewis; Miss Wright; Mr. Dixon; Mrs. Lee; Mr. Stroman; Mr. Hatcher. ‘‘Do you think they ' ll miss it?” says Mrs. Duncan. Keeping Falls Church High School clean and tidy is the difficult task set for the custodial staff. Long hours of hard work, and of picking up after sloppy students gets very discouraging; however, the staff continues to keep our halls, bathrooms, and classrooms clean and sanitary. Repairing broken lockers and stopped up toilets are a few of the many unpleasant duties of the custodial staff. Planning delicious and appetizing meals for two thousand students is no easy job, but these women exert all their effort to serve students nutritious lunches for the many students and faculty everyday. These staffs are definitely taken for granted, but are the most efficient and conscientious in all of Fairfax County. Faculty 153 As the year progressed students developed enthu siasm for learning, foun friendship and undei standing in fellow class mates, and accepted the responsibilities of school nfo Hsu hv dav ■v. ' ■ r’V ' -V- Jill THEIR BEST SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS — Left to Right — Ronnie Taylor, Vice President; Karen Burnett, Secretary; Mark Waymack, President; George McQuain, Cabinet Officer; Sue Summers, Treasurer. SENIORS HAVE A MEMORABLE YEAR The Senior Class proved that the last is always best when they took a long-waited first place in the Homecoming float competition. Not satisfied with one accomplishment, however, the upperclassmen went on to sponsor a successful Sadie Hawkins Dance, establish a Senior Govt. Lounge, and break the tradition of graduating on the football field by receiving their diplomas at beautiful Wolf Trap Farm. Karen Burnett wonders about Mike Szymanski. 158 %Vv " ' Jim Oliver always sniffs before eating his food. Carl’s imitation of Abe Lincoln. 1 1 ■ 1 1 I 1 1 b 1 I :■ 1 1 ■ 1 IK 9 I 1 : . Hr m f: Hi:.. K. SENIORS START YEAR WITH WINNING FLOAT “What’s that chord again?” asks Sue Geuder. 159 SENIORS GATHER FOR MEETINGS Thomas Vernon Teresa Rose Alstadter Mariza G. Araujo Addison Cynthia Marie Amon William Edward Baker Dyanne Louise Aker Chavalia Joan Allen Deborah Lynn Alstadter Ed Heyman models a new line of Avon products. 160 Norm Evan Balderson Virginia L. Bales Suzanne Marie Ball Robert Martin Barrett Bonny Sue Batt Bonnie Dee Baxter Deborah Ann Beall Edward P. Beck Kathy Ann Bell Barbara Elaine Bennett John Hogan will laugh at anything. THOMAS VERNON ADDISON — " Squirrel” — Rifle Club 1,2, 3,4; Rifle Team 2,3,4. DYANNE LOUISE AKER — GAA 1,2; Class Delegate 3; NJHS 1, Sec. 2; NHS 3,4; Spanish HS 2, Recorder 3, Pres. 4; Homecoming Chrmn. 4. CHAVALIA JOAN ALLEN — “Swivel” — Civinettes 3, Activities Chrmn. 4; NPHS 1,2; Yearbook Staff 4. DEBORAH LYNN ALSTADTER — " Debbie” — Civinettes 2,3,4; Cheerleader 4; Cheerleading Club Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Cabinet Officer 3; “Friendliest,” Sweetheart Court 4. TERESA ROSE ALSTATDER — FHA 1,2; FBLA 4; GAA 1. NORMAN EVAN BALDEREON — " Baldy” — Football 1,2,3, Captain 4; Civitans 3, Treasurer 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2; Basketball 1. SUZANNE MARIE BALL — " Cow” — Cheerleader 1,2,3, Captain 4; Keyettes 3; Softball 1,2,3; MJHS 1; Spanish HS 1; Homeroom Court 1; Most School Spirited.” ROBERT MARTIN BARRETT — " Roby” — NVSRA; DE. BONNIE DEE BAXTER — " Bonni” — Pep Squad 1; GAA 2; TABS 3; NJHS 1. BARBARA ELAINE BENNETT — " Barb” — NJHS Sec. 1; NHS 4; Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4. PATRICIA BETTS — “Patty” — Majorettes 1,2,3,4. DAVID GEORGE BEVANS — " Dave” — NJHS 2. DEBORAH ELIZABETH BIRBECK — " Debby” — TABS 2; FBLA 3,4. PAUL WILLIAM BIRCH — Drama Club 1; Cabinet Officer 1. SHERRY LYNN BLACK — Chorus 2,3. CHARLOTTE ANN BLAKE — " Chart” — FHA 3. WILLIAM EDWARD BLUM — " Bill” — Soccer Team 2; Self- Defense Club 2,3; Drama Club 2,3; AFS 3; Campus Life 3,4; German Club 3; Chorus 2,3; Madrigals 4; All Regional. 161 RICHARD THOMAS BOOTH — “Boot” — Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Football 1. DALE LUIS BOWMAN — Band 1,2,3,4. MARK WILLIAM BRAY — Baseball 2,3,4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4. RUTH ANN BRICKMAN — “Ruthie” — Gymnastics 1; Band 1; FBLA 4; DECA 3. BONNIE LYNN BROWN — “Bon-Bon”—GAA 3,4; Civinettes 3.4. SUSAN ANN BUCKLEW —“Sue” —Pep Club 1; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; FBLA Reporter 4. RONALD RUSH BUCKLEY — “Ronnie” — Football 1,2,3,4; Civitans 2,3,4; Human Relations Council 1,2. CAROL BRENDA BULSON — Keyettes 3,4; Yearbook Under¬ classmen Editor 4; Girls Chorus 1; Accapella 2,3; Track 3; GAA 3. SALLIE LEIGH BURKETT—Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4. LYNN ELLEN BURTON — Band 1,2,3,4; NJHS 2; NHS 3,4; Keyettes 2,3,4; Yearbook Organizations Editor 4. KAREN BLAKE BURNETT —SG Senator 1,2; Class Sec. 2,3, 4; Yearbook 3. LINDA SUE BUSSLER — Cabinet Officer 2; Prom Chrmn 3; NJHS 2; NHS 3,4; Keyettes 2,3, Pres. 4; Yearbook Index editor 3, Faculty editor 4; “Most Dependable.” MARGARET JANE CAMERON — “Jane” — Drama Club 2; Basketball Team 2; Gymnastics Club 1; Art Club 1; ICT 3; VICA 3; FBLA 4. BRIAN TIMOTHY CAMPBELL—Football 1; Maintenance Repair Club 1; Rifle Club. LINDA FAYE CAPERTON — “Cape” — Swim Club 1; FHA 1, 2,4; GAA 1,4; Ski Club 4; Hockey 4. LISA CARSCADDEN — Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4. CATHERINE ALICA CHAPLINE — “Cathy” — FTA 1,2,3,4; German Club 1,2; FBLA 4; Pep Club 1; Art Club 2,3. CEASAR CHESTER — “Chipper” — Track 2,3,4; Football 1.2.4. DANTE CIOFI — “Don” — Soccer 2,3, Pres. 1; Key Club 3, Sec. 4; Golf 3,4; Class Pres. 2; Homeroom rep. 1. FREDERICK HAMILTON CLARIDGE — “Fred” — Soccer 1,2, 3,4; Jaguar Journal 1,2; Outing Club 4. BARBARA ANN CLARK — “Barb” — FHA 1,2, Treas. 3; FBLA 4. MARTYN VICTOR CLARKE — “Marty” — Football 1,2,3,;4; AFS 4. JUDITH ANN CLEMENTS — “Judy” — Class Pres. 1, Treas. 2, Delegate 3; SAC; Model UN 3; Mag. Drive Chrmn 3,4; Keyettes 2,3, Treas. 4; Girls State; “Outstanding Teenager of America!” NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Prom Court Maid-of-Honor 3; “Most Likely to Succeed.” SENIOR SLUMP AFFECTS ALL Michael Claude Berry Patricia J. Betts Randy O. Bichel Deborah Elizabeth Birbeck Sherry Lynn Black Mark Allen Blair Charlotte Ann Blake Lisa Blough Teresa H. Blough William Edward Blum Douglas W. Bly 162 Carol Thomas appears less than excited in class. Jeannie Epling is taken by surprise in the S.G. office. Katherine Boland Dale Luis Bowman Ruth Ann Brickman Bonnie Lynn Brown Ronald Rush Buckley Richard Thomas Mark William Bray Gale D. Bridgett Susan Ann Buckley Tommy M. Buckley Booth 163 SENIORS COLLECT FOR CAN FOOD DRIVE Carol Brenda Bulson Sallie Leigh Burkett Karen Blake Burnett Timothy Jo Burns Lynn Ellen Burton Linda Sue Bussler Brian Timothy Campbell Margaret Jane Cameron SUZANNE COLLETT —Science Club 2; Art Club 2; AFS 2; Lit. Mag. 1; GAA 1. HARRY STEVENS COLOGNE — Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3; NVSRA. NANCY JEAN COWAN — Cheerleader 2,3,4; Civinettes 2,3; Human Relations Council 4; Homecoming Court 2, Maid-of- Honor 4; Sweetheart Court 3. DAVID ROCKIE COX — Football 1,2,3. LONA DAWN CRAMER — FTA 2, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; FHA 1,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y Sgt.-at-Arms Historian 3; FHA Award. LINDA JEAN CRAWFORD — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; FHA 1,3, Sec. 2; German Club 3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4. JOANNE CRIM — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; SG rep. 1,2, Legislator 3; Art Club 2; Choir 3; Science Awards; DAR History Award, Sweetheart Court Queen 4. ANNE MARIE CURTAIN — Tri-Hi-Y VP 3. ROBERT CRAIG DAVIS-“Graig” — Football 1; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 3,4; Cross Country 4; Key Club 2,3; Concert Choir 2,3; Madrigals Pres. 4; NJHS 2; NHS 3,4. ROSALIE DIANE DAVIS — “Rosi” — Drama Club 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y Pres. 3, VP 4; Concert Choir 3; Madrigals 3; Jaguar Journal 3,4; “Wait Unti Dark,” “Madwoman of Chaillot,” “The Boyfriend,” “Blazing Guns at Roaring Gulch,” “Once Upon a Mattress,” " YMCA Award. MICHAEL LAWRENCE DAVITT — “Mike” — Key Club 4; AFS 2.3, Treas. 4; Thespians 1,2,3,4; “Tiny Yokum;” Model UN 3; “Charleys Aunt,” “Once Upon a Mattress,” “Dark of the Moon,” “Madwoman of Chaillott,” “Midsummer Nights Dream,” “South Africa.” KATHY RAE DEHAVEN — Pep Club 1; Senator 1,2; Junior Achievements Club Sec. 4; Lit. Mag. 2; FBLA 4; VOT 4. ALBERTO BENITO DELGADO — Soccer 3,4; Spanish HS 3,4. MARIE PETERSON DENNIS —Latin Club 3,4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; AFS 2. ROBERT EARL DENNISON — “Bob” — Lit. Mag. 3,4; Chess Club 4. NANCY ANN DESROSIERS — Civinettes 4. ELIZABETH JANE DISILVIO — “Betsy” — GAA 1,2; Pep Club 1; Homeroom Rep. 1,2. PATRICK FRANCIS DOWD — “Pat” — NJHS 2; NHS 3,4; Math Team 4; Chess Club 4; Spanish HS 3,4; Science Club 3, Pres. 4; Nat. Merit Semi-Finalist. DAVID GLENN DREIS — “Dave” — Jaguar Journal 2,3; Year¬ book Sports Editor 41 Mode; UN. DARRELL PETER ENGLISH — “English” — Soccer 1,2,3,4; Soccer Club 1,2. JEAN ELIZABETH EPLING — “Jeannie” — Civinettes 3; NJHS 1; NHS 3,4; Homecoming Court 4. JAMES STEVENS ERIE — Baseball 1,2. ROBIN LYNN ERLER — NJHS 1,2; NHS 4; German Club 3; Lit. Mag. 3; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 3; AFS 4; All Regional Band 3. CHARLENE DARNELL FIELDS — “Charlie” — Pep Club 1. CLARENCE ALLEN FLYNN — “Clancey” — Wrestling 1,2,3,4; NJHS 1; Civitans 4. KATHERINE INEZ FLYNN — “Katie” — Cheerleader 1,2; SG Senator 1; GAA 3,4; Basketball 3,4; Civinettes 2,4, Sgt-at- Arms 3; Campus Life 4; Christmas Court 1; Sweetheart Club 1.3. PATRICIA ANN FORTUNE — “Trisha” — Bi-racial group 1,2; Human Relations Council 3,4. CHARLES FOWLER — DECA 4. ROBERT THOMAS FRANKLIN — “Bob” — Drama Club 4; Radio Club 2,3,4. JEFFREY TAYLOR FREEHOF — “Jeff” — Jaguar Journal 2, Sports Editor 3,4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Spanish HS 3,4; Soccer Team 2,3; Model UN 4; Drama Club 4. JANET KAYE FREEMAN — Civinettes 3,4; Pep Club 1. 164 Duane E. Caperton Linda Fay Caperton Lisa Carscadden Catherine Alica Chapline Ceasar R. Chester Gerald Cilinski Dante Ciolfi Emilio Al Ciolfi Frederick Hamilton Claridge Barbara Ann Clark Mark Eugene Clark Robert C. Clark Martyn Victor Clarke Judith Ann Clements Jane Marie Cole Karen Phelps and Alta Hayes have a habit of singing while they work. 165 Suzanne F. Collet Harry S. Cologne John Conroy Nancy Jean Cowan David Rookie Cox Claude M. Cragle Lona Dawn Cramer Linda Jean Crawford Joanne Crim Anne Marie Curtain Joe Ragland warms up before the victory over Fairfax. BARBARA ELLEN FRESHWATER — FT A 1,3,4, Treas. 2; FHA 2; Art Club 1,2; German Club 1,2,3. SUSAN GAILY FUNKHOUSER — “Sue” — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4. PATRICIA YVONNE FURR — “Patty” — FHA 4, VOT 4. WAYNE EVERETT GALLAHAN — Football 1; Wrestling 1; Track 1,2; Civitans 3,4. CARLOS GARCIA — “Charles” — Soccer Team. BRENDA JANE GARRETT — FHA 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 3, Historian 4; FBLA 3. DEBORAH SAMANTHA GARRISIN — “Debby” — Pep Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y Sec. 3,4; Art Club 3, Sec. 4; NHS 3,4; Jaguar Journal Art Editor 4; Art Awards. KENNETH HAROLD GAY — “Kenny” — Marching Band 1,2, 3,4; Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Key Club 2.3,4; Rifle Team 2,3,4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 34; Rifle Club 1,2,3, Pres. 4. BRIAN EDWARD GEIST — Marching Band 1,2; Symphonic Band 1,2; DE Treas. 4. SUZETTE GENDUSO — “Gendo” — Basketball 1; Softball 1, 2,3; Civinettes 2,3, Rec. Sec. 4. SUSAN KAY GEUDER — “Sue” — Keyettes 3,4; Spanish HS 1,2,3,4; Madrigals 3; SG Sec.-Treas. 3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; SAC 4; Gymnastics 2,3. MICHAEL WALLACE GIANCASPRO — “Mike” — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Symphonic Band 1,2. MARINA GOMEZ — DE 4. PAMELA GOODWIN — “Pam” — Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Sym¬ phonic Band 1,2,3,4; Keyettes 4; Yearbook 4; “Moonbeam McSwine,” Sweetheart Court 4. SHARON ELAINE GRAHAM — Hockey 1,2; GAA 1,2; Pep Club 1; DECA 3,4. CATHERINE HEDWIG GRIMES — “Cathy” — Keyettes 3,4; Thespians 3,4; Drama Club 1,2; Pep Club 1; GAA 1,2; Class Rep. 3; “Midsummer Nights Dream;” “Once Upon a Mattress;” Science Fair Awards. 166 Eating presents a problem for Mark Hanna. SENIORS HOLD PRELIMINARY ELECTION John Wes Dameron Robert Craig Davis Donald Edward Davis Rosalie Diane Davis Michael Lawrence Davitt Kathy Rae Dehaven Alberto Benito Delgado Robert Earl Dennison Nancy Ann Desrosiers Doreen M. Dick William Disilvio Elizabeth J. Disilvio Joseph E. Dixon Debbie Donnachie 167 Richard Douglas Patrick Francis Dowd David Glenn Dreis Thomas Ray Drew Christopher Dubois Barb Bennett sleeps it off. Elfrieda Revis seems to have missed the bench. Richard Wayne Dunn Darrell Peter English Robin Lynn Erler Jean Elizabeth Epling Rita Fillipone Cheryl Ann Eggar James Steven Erie Paula Evans Deborah Feuerstein Charles Flint 168 SENIORS ENJOY FEW PRIVILEGES PAUL EDWARD GROGAN — Basketball 1; Marching Band 1,2, 3; Concert Band 1,2,3. RICHARD MICHAEL HANLEY — “Mike” — ICT 4. MARK ROBERT HANNA — “Heyou” — Football 3; Civitans 3,4; “Wittiest.” BRADLEY GLENN HARRIS — “Brad” — Key Club 2,3,4; Cave Club 3; Drama Club 3,4; Thespians 4; " A Midsummer Night’s Dream;” “Canticles of Mary;” “Ten Little Indians;” “The Lady’s Not for Burning;” “See How They Run.” PHYLLIS RUTH HARRIS — “Phyl” — Pep Club 1; FBLA 4. BRIAN FRANKLIN HART — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; AFS 1,2; Chess Club 1; Science Club 2,3; Astronomy Club 1; Forensics 2,3,4; Photo Club 3; Computer Club 3; Jaguar Journal 3,4; Yearbook 4; Chess Rep. 3,4; Debate Awards; Forensics Awards. EUGENIA LOUISE HARTMAN — “Louise” — Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4. MARCIE EILEEN HASCALL — Cabinet Officer 1; Basketball 1; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Civinettes 2,3,4; Sweetheart Court 2; Christmas Court 4. PATRICIA ANN HASTINGS — " Patti” — FHA 1; GAA 2; VICA 2,3,4. ALTA LEA HAYES — FBLA Parliamentarian 3, Pres. 4; Keyettes 3,4, Sweetheart Court 4. LYLE CHARLES HAYHURST — Civitans 2,3,4; Football 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 2; Human Relations Council 4; “Best All Around;” “Honest Abe.” THRESA ANNE HEALEY —GAA 2; VP 3; AFS 2; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Keyettes 3,4; Yearbook Co-Editor 4. BONNIE HELT — DE 4, Treas. 3. BONNIE JEAN HENNESSEY — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; TABS 3,4; AFS 1; Ski Club 4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 1,2;Concert Band 3,4. CHERYL LYNN HENRICKSON — “Cheri” — Tri-Hi-Y 3. MARY LEE HEPLER — “Lee” — GAA 1,2,3,4; Track 2; Gymnastics 3; Hockey 3,4. EDWARD SAMUEL HEYMAN — “Eddie” — SG Leg. 2,3,Pres. 4; Thespians 1,2,4, Sec. 3; NHS 3,4; NJHS 1,2; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Spanish HS 1,2,3,4; SEA 1,2; Lit. Mag. 23; Boys State 4; NCTE 3; Outstanding Ach. in Spanish; Science Awards; Drama Awards; Outstanding Teenager of America; NMS Letter of Commendation; “Madwoman of Chaillot;” “Dark of the Moon;” “Media;” “Matchmaker;” “Blaginz Guns at Roaring Gulch;” “Midsummer Nights Dream;” “Ten Little Indians.” JOHN LEMUEL HOGAN — “Power” — DECA 1,2,3„ Pres. 4. VIVIAN HOGAN — Human Relations Chrm. 3,4; DECA 4. Diana S. Flint Clarence Allen Flynn Katherine Inez Flynn Robert E. Forker Patricia Ann Fortune Robert Thomas Franklin Jeffrey Taylor Freehof Janet Kaye Freeman Barbara Ellen Freshwater Gerald N. Fritz Gretchen Fulmer 169 SENIORS GRUB FOR SADIE HAWKINS CHARACTERS Kenneth Harold Gay Karen E. Geisler Brian Edward Geist Suzette R. Genduso Susan Kay Geuder Michael Wallace Giancaspro Russell Gilroy Marina Gomez Susan Gail Funkhouser Patricia Yvonne Furr Wayne Everett Gallahan Carlos A. Garcia Brenda Jane Garrett Deborah Samantha Garrison Hillary Oden chuckles at his assignments. 170 MICHAEL HOLMES — “Mike” — Rifle Club 1; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3; Football 1. LINDA THERESA HOLPER — FBLA 3,4; VOT 4; NHS 4. KEVIN DOUGLAS HOOVER — Debate 1,2, Pres. 3,4; SG Sen. 1,2; Leg. 2, Parliamentarian 4; Class Pres. 3; Model UN 3; Boys State 3; Science Club 3; Basketball 1,2; “It’s Academic” 4; SAC 44; NJHS 3, Chaplain 4. DWIGHT EDWIN HOSKINS JR. — “Skip” — Wrestling 1,2,3. ALAN FORREST HOWARD — Wrestling 2. RICHARD LEE HUGHES — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3, Pres. 4; Astronomy Club 1; Spanish HS 2; Science Club 3,4; Camera Club 3,4; Math Team 4; Yearbook 4; Math Awards; Science Awards. SUSAN ANN HUGHES — “Sue” — Class VP 1; Civinettes 2,3, 4; FBLA 4; Basketball 1; Softball 2,3; “Miss Strawberry Rash.” NELSON HAYNES HUNTER —Math Team 4; NJHS 1; Science Awards. SHERYL LYNN HUNTER — Majorettes 1 ,2,3,4; TABS 4. VICTOR GEORGE HUNTER — “Vic” — Key Club 3,4. JUDY ANN INMAN — Softball 1,3,4, Capt. 2. JOHN OWEN JACKSON — Football 1; Wrestling 3,4. WANDA DENISE JACKSON — Cheerleader 1,2,3; Civinettes 2,3; Track 1; SG Delegate 4; " Miss FCHS” 4; Sweetheart Court 2, Honorary Member 4; Homecoming Court Honorary Member 4; “Personality Plus.” WILLIAM L. JACKSON — DE 1. RICHARD HENRY JACOBSON — “Rick” — Science Club 2,3,4; Chess Club 1,2,4; Debate 2; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Cross Country 4; Math Team 4. CYNTHIA LEE JOHNSON — “Cindy” — VICA 4. GARY LEE JOHNSON — Thespians 2,4, Historian 3; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; SG Leg. 2, VP 4; Madrigals 1,3,4; Spanish HS 2,3,4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; “Boyfriend;” “Midsummer Nights Dream;” “Dark of the Moon;” “Most Talented.’” “Yes, I think it’s the great wall of Chiner,” says Jeff Place. Pamela Jo Goodwin Cynthia Denise Grant Susan Greenfield Sandra L. Gregson Catherine H. Grimes Sharon Elaine Graham Robert Greenberg Rick Greenquist Cynthia Gail Griffith Paul Edward Grogan 171 Who are you calling a photographer?” demands Brian Hart. MARGUERITE EILEEN JOHNSON — " Dog” — FBLA 2,4, Sec. 3. BRUCE THOMAS JONES — Key Club 2,3,4; Track 1,2,4; Cross Country 2; Indoor Track 4. CORLISS DELL JONES — Drama Club 1. JOHN MARSHALL JONES — Rifle Club 1; ICT 3. LINWOOD STEVE JONES — “Steve” — Camera Club 2,3,4. ROLLIN HARRY JONES — “Ronnie” — Band 1,2,3,4. TOBIN KARICHER — “Simon Kool” — NHS 3,4. LINDA LOU KEARNS — “Lou” — Pep Club 1, Sec. 2; Art Club 1; FBLA 3,4; NJHS 2. CAROL DIANE KENNICK — Drill Team 1; TABS 3; FHA 1,2. JOSEPH COLLINS KNESTRICK — “Otis” — Civitans 2,3, Pres. 4; Football 2,3; Baseball 2,4; “Personality Plus.” VIRGINIA ANN KNOTT — “Ginger” — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; AFS 4; TABS 4; Homeroom Rep. 1; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4; All Regional Band 3,4. KATHERINE SUE KOCH — “Kathy” — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; FBLA 3; VP 4; Photo Club 2; Drama Club 1. DOUGLAS KUWANO — DECA 4. MICHAEL ROBERT LACASSE — “Mike” — Football 4; Bas¬ ketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4—All District; German Club 2,3; NHS 3,4; NHS 3,4; “Most Athletic.” TED WILLIAM LANPHER — “Ted” — NJHS 2; NHS 3,4; Science Club 3,4; Class Delegate 4; Model UN 3,4; “It ' s Academic;” Football 1; Wrestling 1,2,3,4. LYNNE MARIE LAWRENCE — “Lynnie” — Pep Club 1; Drama Club 1; Drill Team 2; DECA 3, Parliamentarian 4; FBLA 4. SCOTT WILLIAM LEWIS — “Scottie ” — Wrestling 2; Football 1. VALERITE ANN LIST — “Val” — Civinettes 4; Campus Life 4. DEBORAH LYNNE LITTLE — “Debbie” — Chorus 1. Douglas Guernsey April Jane Guice Douglas D. Haney Richard Hanley Mark Robert Hanna Kim Taylor Hanner Patricia Harding April Lee Harris Bradley Glenn Harris Phyllis Ruth Harris Brian Franklin Hart Eugenia Louise Hartman 172 SENIORS ELECT SUPERLATIVES Marcie Eileen Hascall Alta Lea Hayes Patricia Ann Hastings Lyle Charles Hayhurst Chris Dubois flashes a smile at the camera. Theresa Anne Healey Bonnie G. Helt Bonnie Jean Hennessey Cheryl Lynn Hendrickson Mary Lee Helper Edward Samuel Heyman Michael K. Hill Donna Lynn Hoak Debra Ann Hogan John Lemuel Hogan 173 Lynn Burton dares the photographer to take her picture. SENIORS PREPARE FOR COLLEGE Shielah Murdock builds her dream house Vivian E. Hogan Wendell Holland Michael E. Holmes Linda T. Holper Kevin Douglas Hoover Dwight Edwin Hoskins Alan Forrest Howard Richard Lee Hughes Susan Ann Hughes Debra Sue Hull 174 Lynda Kimberly Hull Victor George Hunter Sheryl Lynn Hunter Randall Ingalsbe Judith Ann Inman David Alan Isom John Owen Jackson Richard Jackson Wanda Denise Jackson William L. Jackson Richard Henry Jacobson Cynthia Lee Johnson Gloria Randall works diligently on the yearbook. Jeff Repass smiles myster iously. 175 Rollin Harry Jones Elaine Julian Tobin Karicher Gary Lee Johnson Marguerite E. Johnson Bruce Thomas Jones Corliss Dell Jones John Marshall Jones Linwood Steve Jones Debbie Alstadter and Marcie Hascall are caught going out to lunch. Mark Waymack listens intently to one of Mr. Stepp’s lectures. AMOS LU — Science Club 3,4; Camera Club 3, Pres. 4; NHS 3,4; Model UN 3,4; Chess Club 4; SG Delegate 4; Science Awards. CRAIG JOSEPH LUNDIEN — Art Club 1; Drama Club 2,3,4: Latin Club 4; Lit. Mag. Art Editor 4; “Injun’ Joe.’’ JAMES GILMORE LUNSFORD — “Gil” — Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2; Band 1,2; Track 1,2,3,4; Civitans 3,4; “Best Back.” JONI GAIL LYON — “Jo” — FHA 1,2; FBLA 3, Sec. 4. ROBERT ALLEN MAGILL — Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Civitans 3,4; Human Relations Council 4; “LiI Abner.” BARBARA ANN MAJOR — “Barb” — Basketball 3,4; Cheerleader 1, Capt. 2; Softball 1,2,3,4; Civinettes 2, VP 3, Cor. Sec. 4; Sweetheart Court 1,3. STEPHEN ROBERT MARSTERS — “Steve” — Football 2,3; Soccer 2,3. KEVIN JOHN MAHONEY —Art Club 3. ROBERT FRANK MARTIN — “Bob” — NJHS 2, NHS 3. MARGOT VIRGINIA MATTUSCH — DECA 3. EDWARD WILLIAM MCCANN — “Ed” — Concert Band 1,3, 4; Symphonic Band 2,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Rifle Club 1,2,3, Sec. 4. 176 Linda Lou Kearns Carol Diane Kennick Peggy Sue Kent Kirby Kerns William V. Kerns John Thomas Kirby SENIORS SPONSOR A SUCCESSFUL SADIE HAWKINS Alta Hayes enjoys memories of Sadie Hawkins. Daniel Kleinfelder Joseph Collins Virginia Ann Knott Katherine Sue Koch Michael Robert Knestrick LaCasse 177 Judith C. Lam Carol Lambert The Seniors build a winning float. JANE LYNN MCDANIEL — “Janie” — FHA 1,2, VP 3, Pres. 4; Keyettes 3, 4; Hospitality Chrm; FHA Awards. SUSAN MCELWEE — DE 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 3, Treas. 4. PATRICIA KATHLEEN MCGUIRK — “Patty” — FHA 3. PHILIP EDWARD MCINTYRE — “Phil” — NJHS 1; NHS 3; Key Club 2, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2; Symphonic Band 3,4; Basketball 1; Track 1,2; SAC 3,4; Drama 3,4; Spanish HS 1,2,3,4; SG Leg. 4. AMANDA CHERYL MCKEEVER — FHA 2,3; VOT 4. GEORGE ALLEN MCQUAIN — Latin Club 3,4; NJHS 2; Chess Club VP 4; Football 1,3; Class VP 3, Cabinet Officer 4. TERESA ELLEN MEEKS — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,3,4, Majorette 2; Lit. Mag. 3; AFS 4. GEORGE COLE MEGAW — Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4; Ski Club 4; All Regional Band 3,4; All County Band 2,4. REBECCA LYNN MELVIN — “Becky” — Drama Club 2,4, Treas. 3; Thespians 3,4. ANN LORENE METRAS — “Lori” — Drama Club 1; DECA 3. Ted William Lanpher Sydney M. Layland Carl L. Lansdown Scott William Lewis Lynne Marie Lawrence Valerie Ann List MELISSA LOUISE MILLER —Art Club 1,2,3. GERALDINE RUTH MILLER — “Gerry” — FBLA 3, Hist. 4; TABS 3; Spanish HS 3; VOT 4. RICHARD WILLIAM MOORE — “Rick” — Spanish HS 2,3,4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Key Club 3,4; Model UN 4; Ski Club 4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4; Tennis 4. Katie Flynn can’t even take time out from talking to eat. 178 Deborah Lynne Little Danny W. Loveless Robert Bruce Lottig Amos Lu SENIORS SHOW THEIR PRIDE Claude Cragle’s mind wanders during class. Deborah Lynn Lucas James Gilmore Virginia Magarity Kevin John Mahoney Craig Joseph Lundien Lunsford Robert Allen Magill Barbara Ann Major Joni Gail Lyon Seniors enjoy the pleasures of the cafeteria lobby. Mark Woodside relaxes in the S.G. office. CATHY JEAN MORGAN — “Cat” — Pep Club 1,2,3; Art Awards; Miss FCHS 1st Runner-Up. DEBORAH GAIL MOSS — “Debbie” — Keyettes 4; DE Awards; Miss FCHS 1st Runner-Up. JAMES ADR IAN MOSS — “Jimmie” — Human Relations Council 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; SG Senator 1. SHEILAH ELIZABETH MURDOCK — “Googie” — Class Rep. 1,2; Civinettes 3, Hist. 4; Art Awards. ROBERT THOMAS MURPHY — “Murph” — Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 3,4; Civitans 3,4. WILLIAM MICHAEL MURPHY — “Mike” — Stamp and Coin Club 2. DANIEL JAMES OHLEGER — “Danny” — Thespians 3,4; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Lit. Mag. 3,4; Art Awards. JAMES FRANCIES OLIVER — “Ollie” — Track 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1; Civitans 2, Sec. 3,4; Human Relations Council 4; Football 1,2,3, “Best All Around” 4. KAREN OLIVOLA — NJHS 1, Treas. 2; NHS 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Basketball 2; French Hs 2,4, Sec.-Treas. 3; Keyettes 2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,4—Most Valuable Player; Yearbook 4; Spanish HS 4; Outstanding Teenager of America.” ERNEST THOMAS ONEY— “Tom” — Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Thespians 3,4; Model UN 3. STEPHANIE ANNE PAINTER — " Steph” — Hockey 1,2,3,4; Keyettes 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; GAA 1,2,3,4. Linda Sue Maricle Sharon Matheson Margot Virginia Mattusch Elizabeth Mauer Jane Lynn McDaniel William D. McGraw Edward B. Maynard Edward William McCann Patricia Kathleen McGuirk Philip Edward George Allen McQuain George Cole Megaw Kendra Merrell Melissa Louise Meyer McIntyre Teresa Ellen Meeks Rebecca Lynn Melvin Ann Lorene Metras Robin Sue Milhado Amanda Cheryl McKeever CLASS OF ’73 BENEFITS FROM MAGAZINE DRIVE “Let me make one thing perfect !y clear!” stresses Lyle Hayhurst. Pat Dowd makes a new face for himself. 181 “What do you take me for?’’ asks Sue Sherba. Geraldine Ruth Miller Cathy Jean Morgan James Adrian Moss Richard William Moore Deborah Gail Moss Sheilah Elizabeth Murdock Robert Thomas Ronald Kent Nystrom Murphy Hillary Alvin Oden Edward Ernest Nicholas 182 SENIORS ENJOY THEIR LAST YEAR Daniel James Ohleger James F. Oliver Karen Olivola Larry S. Olson Carlton O’Malley Ernest Thomas Oney Terri L. Overby Stephanie Anne Painter Wanda Jackson displays her puckering power. — KATHLEEN HELENA PAZANOWSKI — “Paz” — GAA 1,2,3; Tennis 2; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; TABS 2,3,4; Spanish HS 3, VP 4. LEONARD PERROTS — “Lenny” — NJHS 1,2; Jaguar Journal ■ 1,2; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Model UN 3,4; Class Rep. 1,2. KAREN LEIGH PHELPS — Gymnastics Team 1,2,3; Softball 1,2, ! 3,4; GAA 1,234; Girls Choir 1. PATRICK PIGNOTTI — “Pat” — Chess Club 1; Chorus 2,3,4. RONALD T. PITTS — “Ron” — ICT Hist. JEFF PLACE — SEA 3,4; German Club 3,4; Outing Club 4; Lit. Mag. Prose Ed.; Senior Class Delegate; Key Club 4; Tennis 2; NJHS 2; NHS 3,4. JANET YVONNE PLATT — Keyettes 2,3,4; FBLA 4; NJHS 2; NHS 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4. DEBORAH KAY PLUM — “Debbie” — VOT 3,4; FBLA 2; Home¬ room rep. PETER GERALD POMETTO — “Pete” — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3; Sec.- Treas. 4; Wrestling 2,3,4; SG Leg.; Tennis 1,2,3. CARL BRYANT PRICE — Latin Club 3, VP 4; Chess Club Treas. 4 NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4. JUDITH ANN PRYZWARA — “Judy” — Cheerleader 1; Civinettes 2,3,4. LEONARD PUMPHREY — “Leonardo” — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; French HS 3; Key Club 4; Band 2,4; “It’s Academic.” JOSEPH BENJAMIN RAGLAND — “Joe” — Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; “Best Lineman.” GLORIA JEAN RANDALL — FBLA 4; Bi-Racial Group 1,2; Yearbook 4. ANN MARIE RATCHFORD — VICA 3, Pres. 4. ROBERT MICHAEL RATCHFORD — “Ratch” — Football 2,3,4; Wrestling 1; Baseball 1,2,3,4; NHS 3,4. 183 Kathleen Helena Paulo R. Pereira Karen Leigh Phelps Pazanowski Leonard H. Perroots A. Patrick Pignotti Fernando Pereira Kevin Hoover takes time out from his busy schedule. CAMELOT THEME PROVES SUCCESSFUL FOR SENIORS Ronald T. Pitts Janet Yvonne Platt Jeffrey Place Deborah Kay Plum V i " This picture ought to be shot!” remarks Vic Hunter. 184 Mike Layland racks his brain for the answer. LEROY LELAND REAY III — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4. PATRICK CHARLES REGAN — “Parnelly” — Rifle Club 1,2; Rifle Team 2; Baseball 3. JEFFERY ALAN REPASS — " Jeff” — Key Club 4; Latin Club 4; Ski Club 4; Marching Band; Baseball. ELFRIEDA CHRISTA REVIS — " Frieda” — Gymnastics 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; NJHS 1, Chap. 2; NHS 3,4; Keyettes 4; German Club 2,3; Yearbook 4. ANDREW FORREST RICHARDSON — “Andy” — Golf Team 1, 2,3, Capt. 4; Concert Band 1,2,3; Symphonic Band 1,2,3; Marching Band 1,2,3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Yearbook 4. DORNA RNDINGIN — Girls Choir 1; Concert Choir 1; FHA 3,4. PEGGY LEE ROADCAP — Civinettes 3,4. JAMES EVERETT ROBEY — “Jim” — Football 1,2,4. CAROL ELAINE ROCK — Pep Club 1,2, Treas. 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3. BRUCE DOUGLAS RODGERS — " Razorback” — Band 1,2,3,4; NJHS 1,2; German Club. RICHARD ALLEN RODMAN — Chess Club 3,4; NJHS 1,2; Engineering; Science 3. NANCY MARIE ROOP — FBLA 3,4; VOT 4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 4; FTA 1,2,3; German Club 2,3. TIMOTHY RUSSELL RUDDLE — “Tim” — Football 1,2,3; Wrestling 1; Track 1,2. KENNETH JEFFERY RUSSELL — “Kenny” — DECA 3,4. ROBERT RUSSELL —“Bobby” —Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Civitans 2,3, Chaplain 4. MARGARET WALKER RYAN — “Meg” — SG VP 4; SG Cabinet; Yearbook 2,3; Class Rep. 3; Model UN; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; French HS 1,2,3,4; NMS Letter of Commendation. PAMELA ANNE SCHAFER — “Pam” — SG Sen. 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Gymnastics 3; Keyettes 2,3, Chaplain 4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; “Most Athletic;” Sweetheart Court Maid-of-Honor 3. Peter Gerald Pometto Carl Bryant Price Judith Ann Pryzwara Leonard Pumphrey Donna Radcliffe Joseph Benjamin Ragland Gloria Jean Randall Ann Marie Ratchford Robert Michael Ratchford David L .Reed Stanley F. Reed Patrick Charles Regan 185 Valeria Register Jeffery Alan Repass Elfrieda Christa Revis Andrew Forrest Richardson Mary J. Ridgeway Dorna M. Ridingin Leo Stapleton needs a tune-up. Michael G. Riley Peggy Lee Roadcap Joan Allen enjoys looking at the yearbook pictures. STEVEN HOWELL SELLERS — Football 1; Jaguar Journal 2; Science Club 4; Soccer Capt. 3,4. DOUGLAS EDWARD SEXTON — Basketball 1,2; Golf 3,4; Track 3,4; Chorus 2; Madrigals 3. SUZANNE LEE SHERBA — Civinettes 4; Girls Choir 1,2; Cheerleaders 1,2; Homeroom Sen. 1; Homecoming Court 1. LEO ANTHONY SKORUPINSKI — “Elo” — Football 2. DANIEL CLIFFORD SLANE — “Fish” — Band 1,2,3. KATHERINE ANN SMIT H — “Kathy” — Art Club 1; German Club 1,2,3; Lit. Mag. 2.3; Newcomers Club 1; Pep Club 1; Computer Club 3; NJHS 1,2. MAUREEN GLENN SMITH — “Mo” — AFS 2; Art Club 3, VP 4; Tri-Hi-Y Sec. 4; FTA 4; Campus Life 4. LEO PHILIP STAPLETON — Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic 1,2,3,4; Marching 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3,4; All-Regional Band 3,4; Senior Delegate 4; Art Awards. SUSAN STEARNS — “Susie” — Keyettes 3, Rec. Sec. 4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; GAA 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Senior Ed. 4; “Wittiest.” LINDA ANN STECKBECK — NJHS 2; NHS 3,4; GAA 2; Keyettes 3,4; Yearbook 3, Ed.-in-Chief 4. LUCINDA DENISE STEVENS — “Cindee” — Civinettes 3,4; Homeroom Sen. 1; SG Sen. 2; NJHS 1,2; Christmas Court 4. DOUGLAS CRAIG STINE — Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4. NANCY STOERTZ — Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Thespians 2, VP 3, Pres. 4; NHS 3,4; French HS 3,4; SEA 1,2; “Most Talented.” 186 SENIORS RECEIVE CUT CARDS Kathy Pazanowski and Dyanne Aker enjoy the French Honor Society Tea. Ronnie M. Roark Kathleen Roberts James Everett Robey Carol Elaine Rock Bruce Douglas Rodgers Richard Allen Rodman Nancy Marie Roop Kenneth Lewis Rowlands Who has caught Linda Caperton’s eye? 187 Timothy Russell Margaret Walker Ryan Pamela Anne Schafer Cheryl E. Scott Douglas Edward Ruddle Ralph B. Saylor Paul Gregory Steven Howell Sellers Sexton Robert L. Russell Schimm el Suzanne Lee Sherba Mike LaCasse and his friends sit around and chew the fat. 188 SENIORS MAKE OUT THEIR LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT LINDA DARLENE STOVER — “Smokey” — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; TABS 2,3; FBLA 4; Gymnastics 2. BENJAMIN BRAUNER STRIBLING — “Ben” — Rifle Club 1,2. CATHERINE E. SULLIVAN — " Cathy” — Drama Club 1. SUSAN CHRISTINE SUMMERS — Class Treas. 4; German Club 3; Tri-Hi-Y 4; FTA 3; FBLA 4. JAMES SWINK — “Jim” — Rifle Club 2; DE 2,3. WANDA CATHERINE SZCZEPANSKI — TABS 2,3, Pres. 4; FHS 2,3, VP 4; AFS 2,3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4. MICHAEL LEE SZYMANSKI — “Paco” — Drama 2,3,4; Soccer 1,2,3; Campus Life 2,3,4; SEA 2; FTA 3; German Club 3; AFS 3; Lit. Mag. Bus. Ed. 3; Human Relations Council 3,4; SG Leg. 4; Class Delegate 4; SAC 4; Spanish Club 4; “Friendliest.” RUSSELL TATE — “Rusty” — Football 1,2; VICA 4. RONALD WAYNE TAYLOR — “Ronnie” — Astrology Club 3,4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; SHA 2,3,4; Class Delegate 3; Senior Class VP; Science Club 3, Sec.-Treas. 4; “Pappy Yokum;” Key Club 3,4; Math Team 4; Model UN 3,4. CAROL MARIE THOMAS — Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Thespians 2,3,4; Model UN 3,4; Lit. Mag. 3,4; Pep Club 1. DANIEL LEE THOMAS — “Teegera” — Wrestling 2,3,4. MICHAEL TODARO — “Mike” — Varsity Golf. JERRELL BRENT TODD — “J. T.” — Football 1; Basketball 1; NJHS 1, Sgt.-at-Arms 2; Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigals 3,4; Soccer 3,4; All-Regional Chorus 2,3,4. PAUL MATTHEW TOWAR — “Matt” — Science Club 2,3,4. ROBERT STANLEY TOWNSEND — “Bobby” — Ski Club 4; VICA 4. Pamela K. Sherfey Donna Jean Shine Gary Thomas Simpson Judy Louise Sine Leo Anthony Skorupinski Daniel Clifford Slane What kind of a book would hold Tim Ruddle’s interest so long? Anita Young smiles at the thought of graduating. Mark Dehaven acts out a part in Drama. LISA MARIE TAVELLI — FTA 2, Pres. 3; FHA 3; Pep Club 2; German Club 2,3; Newcomers Club 2; Outing Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, Pres. 4; Motion Picture Club Pres. 2; Art Club 2. TERRY HAMPTON USERY JR. — “Urs” — Football 2; VICA 4. GILLIAN MARIE VANDERGRAAF — “Gill” — GAA 1; FHA 2,3; FTA 3; Keyettes 4. CATHERINE MARIE WADLIEGH — “Cathy” — Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 2,4; G erman Club 3; YFC 1; Class Rep. 1,2; GAA 1. LEROY ELTON USILTON — “Lee” — Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2; Civitans 3,4. THOMAS UTZ — Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Civitans 3, VP 4; Human Relations Council 3,4; NHS 3. RHETT LEROY WADE — “Bear” — Civitans 2,3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Human Relations Council 4; Football 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3. JOYCE FAYE WALKER — FHA 1,2,3, Sec. Hist. 4; Pep Club 1; Treas. 2, Pres. 3; AFS 3,4; Girls Chorus 3; Concert Choir 3, Pres. 4; Madrigals 4; “Mammy Yokum.” THOMAS WAYNE WALLER — NHS 3,4. “C’mon Mike, you can do better than that!” say Donna Hoak and Sue Summers. Anna Kirstine Smith Katherine Ann Smith Maureen Glenn Smith James Leo Stange Leo Philip Stapleton Susan Stearns Linda Ann Steckbeck Lucinda Denise Stevens Douglas Craig Stine Nancy Stoertz Ruth Ann Suddarth Linda Darlene Stover Catherine E. Sullivan Ann Marie Strain Susan Christine Summers SENIORS ANXIOUSLY AWAIT GRADUATION “I’m on to your little tricks!” warns Wanda Szczepanski. Denise A. Sutton Wanda Catherine Szczepanski Michael Lee Szymanski Russell Elwood Tate Joanne Crim puts the finishing touches on her mask. Ned Nicholas makes a mask in case they lose the basketball game. Lisa Marie Tavelli Vicki Lynn Tew Carol Marie Thomas Valecia Tillery Jerrell B. Todd Ronald W. Taylor Mark E. Thierbach Daniel L. Thomas Michael M. Todaro Paul Matthew Tower Robert Townsend Harold W. Turner Marilyn Uffinger Terry H. Usery Leroy E. Usilton Thomas J. Utz Gill Vandergraaf Rhett Leroy Wade SENIORS VOTE ON CLASS GIFT Catherine Marie Wadleigh “May I have your pass?” asks Meg Ryan. RICHARD ALAN WARD — DECA 4; Football 1; Track 1. MARK HILL WAYMACK — NJHS 1, Pres. 2; NHS 3,4; Class Pres. 4; Class Delegate 3; French HS 2,3; NMS Letter of Commendation; Outstanding Teenager of America; “Marryin’ Sam.” WENDY LEE WEAVER — “Wendy” — Gymnastics 2,3; Pep Club 1; Keyettes 2,3; Cor. Sec. 4; Interscholastic Safety Council 3,4; Freshmen Orientation Chairman 4; SG Senator 2; GAA 2,3; NJHS 1,2. SUSAN WELCH — “Sue” — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; FHA 1,2; Pep Club 1; GAA 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Keyettes 4; Gymnastics 1,2, Co-Capt. 3,4. FARRELL CLEMENT WISE — Marching and Symphonic Band 1,2,3, VP 4; Key Club 2,3, VP 4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Math Team 4; French HS 1,2; SG Rep. 4. MICHAEL WOLFF — “Wolff Chunks” — NHS 3,4; Spanish HS 3,4; Spanish Award. DIANE CHERYL WOOD-GAA 1,2; Tennis Team 2; Girls Chorus 1; Concert Choir 2; Madrigals Sec. 3,4; AFS 2, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; NJHS 1,2. TERRY STEPHEN WOODS — “Opie” — Football 1,2; Bowling Team 4. 193 Joyce Fay Walker Thomas Wayne Waller Richard Alan Ward Mark H. Waymack Wendy Lee Weaver Ronald Lee Webb The better side of Doug Sexton. Michael E. Weber Virgil Weber Susan Mae Welch Brenda Elliott Whitley Studying is one of the few disadvantages for Seniors taking Spanish. 194 SENIORS RECEIVE PROM INVITATIONS Cindy Williams Thomas A. Wimmer James C. Winsboro Farrell C. Wise Michael F. Wolff Cathy Wood Diane Chery Wood Shirley Woods PETER MARK WOODSIDE — “Pete” — Soccer 1; SEA 1,2; Cave Club 3; Outing Club Pres. 4; Chess Club 4; Ski Club 4. TERRY ALAN WOODWARD — Band 1,2; Football 3; Wrestling 2,3,4; Track 2; DE 3,4. MARCIA KRISTINE YANICK — Class Sec. 1; Class VP 2; Legislator 3; Civinettes 2,3, Pres. 4; Yearbook 4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; French HS 1,2,3, Pres. 4; DAR Good Citizen Award 4; Sweetheart Court 2; Homecoming Queen 4; Honorary Member of Prom Court 4; “Best All Around.” RIAD YASSINE — Key Club 2,3, Sec. 4. RHONDA ELLEN YORK — “Ron” FTA 3,4; FHA 1,2,3, VP 4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; FHA Awards. DAVID LENDSAY ZIMMERMAN — “Dave” — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Spanish HS 1,2; Cross Country 1; Jaguar Journal 1. LAWRENCE BERNARD ZUNTZ — “Larry” — Band 1; AFS 1 ; NJHS 1,2; NHS 4; Varsity Debate 2,4; Jaguar Journal 4; SG Legislator 1,4. Tom Polack, the AFS s udent from Germany, enjoys his life at FCHS. 195 CLASS OF 73 GRADUATES AT WOLF TRAP Terry S. Woods Peter Mark Woodside Terry A. Woodward William E. Wright Marcia Kristine Yanick Riad M. Yassine Rhonda E. York Anita Marie Young David L. Z immerman Lawrence B. Zuntz 196 Personality Plus —Wanda Jackson and Joe Knestrick. Most Likely to Succeed —Judy Clements and Kevin Hoover. SENIOR U P E R L A T I V E S Most School Spirited —Sue Ball and Ed Heyman. 197 Most Dependable — Linda Bussler and Mark Waymack. Most Talented — Gary Johnson and Nancy Stoertz. SENIORS CHOOSE OUTSTANDING CLASSMATES Friendliest — Debbie Alstatder and Mike Szymanski. Best All Around — Marcia Yanick and Lyle Hayhurst. 198 Wittiest — Sue Stearns and Mark Hanna. Most Athletic — Pam Schafer and Mike LaCasse 199 Kitty Hanrahan, Cabinet Officer; Donna Tyree, Treasurer; Gerry Howard, President; Phyllis Barley, Secretary; Beth Kenestrick, Vice President. Lyn Griggs finds the library a relaxing place to study. Uniting as a class with a lot of determination the Junior class strived for that almighty status of “Senior.” They entered a float in the annual Homecoming activities, and presented the Christmas dance with the new addition of a court to attract more people. With the help of class dues and a fund raising pennant sale they presented the long awaited prom. JUNIORS HAVE ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL YEAR 200 Linda Selquist daydreams during class. “They won’t notice if I put this here” says Paula Heuston. “And did you hear the one about . . says Beth MacNevin to Nancy Reich. Juniors 201 Curt Small works on the float. Nancy Abies Christopher Adams Joanne Ahearn Neal Aker Catherine Alfano Cheryl Andrews Janet Anthony Juan Arbelaez Marion Ardoin David Arey Susan Arnold Barbara Atchison Scott Atkins Teresa Attiliis Nancy Ayres Robert Bailey Phyllis Barley Catherine Bayruns Mark Bealby Charles Becker Skeeter Bell Anita Bennett Ben Benoski George Betts Thomas Bevans Paula Bichel Mary Birch Bonnie Black Tony Blue Pam Borgatti 202 JRS. SHOW ORIGINALITY IN FLOAT COMPETITIONS Gary Bowen Steven Boyer Deborah Brenner Eric Britten John Brocato Kim Brooks Cheryl Brown Nancy Brown Billy Brown Cathy Bryan Larry Buchanan Elizabeth Bundy Judy Burke Robert Burke Deborah Burrill Robert Burrill Anita Cable Michael Callahan Sandi Campbell Patricia Canas Jeff Carlisle Robert Carraway Robert Carrier Dorothea Carter Richard Carter Rosa Chapline Daniel Chastain Nancy Childers Michael Christos Dee Ann Chugg “Haven’t they got Mother Goose?” says Lisa Littlewood. 203 Rudolph Ciffo Yvonne Cintron Charles Clark Nancy Clark Bonnie Clarke John Clarke Gary Cleveland Dale Clutz Pamela Collins Michael Cook Edmund Corrothers Gary Coverston Martin Cox Steve Craig John Craver Steve Critchfield Terry Crow Stephen Curtin Jackie Cudd Ann Davis Jeff Davidson Donald Dawson Amber Day Richard Delauder JUNIORS SELL PENNANTS TO BOOST TREASURE Judy Dellas Ellen DeHart Clifton Denny Armand DePalma Mary-Jane Desrosiers John Dettra Ellie Dickerson Lesley Dikes Cheryl Dodge Charles Dodson Steve Donock Diane Donohue Ann Donovan Marjorie Dorff William Doughtery Diane Drago John Dukes Arthur Eckert 204 - r Kathy Eiserman Steven Eiserman Jeffery Eletto Mike Elwood John Engler Linda Erska Mary Entsminger Pam Erwin Charles Evans Johannes Evans Danny Fallon Kim Farrington Karen Fauntleroy Vanessa Ferguson Linda Ferguson Patricia Fink Gary Finlay Jose Fioramonti Jennifer Fischer John Flather Marie Flossos Paul Flynn Donna Foltz Gwen Fortune Lexi Foster Gregory Fowler Sharon Foulks Thomas Francis Eleanor Freyer Luther Frye Gerry Howard practices his cheers for the big game. 205 Susan Frye Dennis Furr Timothy Fyock Wanda Galenski gg Judy Dellas puts the finishing touches on her essay. Lesley Gallahan James Galleher Jane Gallmetzer Susan Gawarecki Carlton Gentry Larry Gilbert John Golchrist Mark Godlove Michael Graham Mary Grannell Richard Grant Sandra Green Lyn Griggs Michel Groshon Richard Guerin James Hajec Edward Hale Beverly Hall Virginia Hamblin James Hamner Katherine Hanrahan Greg Hanson John Hanson John Harrington Linda Harris Vicky Harvey Richard Heater Rebecca Heath Bruce Hecker Mary Hedrick 206 Nancy Henard Diane Henrikson Catherine Henry David Hershey Terry Hill Becky Holland Linda Holland David Holloway CLASS OF 74 REVIVES CHRISTMAS COURT John Holloway Gail Honesty Barbara Horton Allen Hosmer Austin Howard Gerry Howard Paula Hueston Judith Hull Nancy Hunter Mary Hutchins Karen Hyde Deavid Idigpio Michael Ingrando Genny Izurida Susanne Johnson Janice Joki Debra Jones JoAnn Jordan William Jordan Sarah Kelm Beth Kenestrick Keith Kennedy Dennis Kearns Mary Ann Kerins John Keys Patrice Kistulentz Brandon Kimmell Zina Klinger Helene Knight William Koch 207 Martha Lamb Diane Landry Theresa Lansdown Patty Lawson David Lau Patrick Layland John Lee Martin Levin Patricia Levitt Cathy Lewis Greg Lewis Robert Liebau Timothy Ligett Lisa Littlewood Susan Looney Bruce Lowenhaupt Fredric Ludwig Marty Lustig Dyan MacDonald John MacDonald John MacDonald Elizabeth MacGowan Beth MacNevin Marc Marshall Jill Martin Novel McDonough Laur ie Martin Leticia Martinez Armand Masse Lisa Mastropaolo School is very interesting for Nancy Clark. 208 Rebecca Mathena Monica Mattson William McCarthy Vickie McCClafferty Bruce McDaniel Greg McIntosh John McMillan Cynthia Mead Debra Mechem Lorraine Mendoza Brooke Minturn Nora Monick Joseph Montminy Cynthia Moran Kathyrn Moreau Karen Murphy Robert Murphy Danny Myers William Myle Karen Nordstrom Gail Nubbe Kathleen O’Connell James Olson Malcom O’Shields JUNIORS FIND THE EXCITEMENT OF CLASS RINGS Chris Overcash Brenda Owens Bill Owensby Cindy Oz Vicki Painter Joyce Paljug Clarke Palmer David Paquette Patricia Patterson Linda Payne Carolyn Pelham Jimmy Pennie Beverly Perkins Ted Peterson Teresa Pigge Charles Pinson Mark Pitts Jay Proctor 209 JUNIORS SPONSOR A SUCCESSFUL PROM Mary Raines Linda Ralston Alfredo Ramos Rita Redden Nancy Reich Steven Reinemer Karen Rhiger Kathy Rich Patty Richard Elizabeth Richards “You called?” asks Joyce Paljug. Terry Richards Raymond Ricks James Riggles Dara Ritter Pam Robertson Judy Rodman Sherry Rose Donald Rozier Marion Ruiseco Kneila Rukenbrod Robert Rumsey Stephen Russell 210 Abby Ryan Sandy Ryan Linda Sagar John Schaffstall Sara Scharfe Jennifer Scharr Richard Schultz Edward Segaar Roy Seguine Linda Selquist Jeanne Serene Brian Sexton Robert Shackelford Karen Shaffer Carol Sheetz Doreen Sheply Kevin Shipp John Shoemaker Randy Shull Phyllis Sickle Kathy Simko Margaret Simmons Phyllis Barley sings at Gerry Howard’s requiem. Tony Blue studies for his test. 211 CLASS OF 74 ANXIOUSLY AWAITS SENIORITY Charles Sister Dale Skaskiw Barbara Slominski Curt Small Susan Smith Jody Sol lei Paul Sonnhalter Jerry Sourbeer Scott Southee Kelly Sprague Tim Stanley Sandra Steele Steven Steidel Carol Stevens Lee Stevens Eunice Stevenson Donald Stock John Strain Benjamin Stribling Carolyn Sutton Holly Swindler Joseph Syzdek Sharon Tacey Terry Taylor William Test David Tew Tina Theoharis Barbara Thomas Pamela Thomas Scott Thomas Debbie Thompson Scott Todd Helen Tomes Stephen Toward Suzie Townsend Gail Trask Donald Trenary Sheryl Trussell Kenneth Tucker Jesse Turner Dolores Tyree Donna Tyree 212 Diane Vandergraaf Will Vanderhyden Richard Vinson Paul Vogel Gary Vosburg Loren Walck Judy Walker Lee Ann Walters John Webber Diane Weber James Weiner Tom Wetrich Brenda Wharton Lysa Whitfield Steve Whitmore James Wiley Donald Williams Marty Williams Wayne Williams Marion Wilson Deborah Wimmer Pete Wimmer Teresa Wismer Douglas Woolf Dottie Carter recommends Crest. Terrance Wortman Kris Woyna Reu-Ann Wratchford Robin Yermack Cheryl Zimmer 213 Front Row L. to R. — Debbie Matthews, Vice President; Sharon Lutz, President; Anne Marie Rug- gere, Treasurer; Second Row — Peggy Richard, Cabinet Officer; Connie Hill, Secretary. Denise Taylor smiles at the thought of being a sophomore. Now in their second year at Falls Church High the Sophomore class has begun to work. Through many well attended class meetings they organized doughnut sales and bake sales in an effort to build up funds for future use. One of their most impressive projects was obtaining a lounge for the underclassmen. They have the enthusiasm and organization to make any project a success. 214 { See no evil, speak no evil, hear no evil. SOPHOMORES PROVE TO BE ENTHUSIASTIC CLASS Another day of Monday blahs for this sophomore. Sophomores 215 SOPHOMORES ATTACK THE YEAR Daniel Adams Carol Addison John Ahearn Kathy Albertson Laura Almodovar Vicki Applegate Kathy Anderson Vicki Anthony Nannette Ardoin David Arnold Louise Arthur David Ball Jacqueline Ball Vicki Bambling Michele Barbaro Thomas Barnett Steven Baskerville Diane Beall Kim Beamer David Becker Catherine Becraft Mary Biddle Bonnie Blackwell Ben Blankenship David Blue Janet Bounds Mindy Crawford checks to see if her ear is there. 216 WITH SUCCESS William Boyette Carolyn Bradd Nancy Brandt David Brown David Brown Diana Brown Linda Johnston asks for a doggie bag. John Buckley Emery Buckman Robert Buell Vicki Bugg Paul Burdick Kenneth Burges David Burgess Douglas Burke Rick Burkhart Donald Burrill Donna Butler Wesley Byers Karen Caperton Jay Carpenter Ronald Caylor Leslie Chandler Patricia Chiotos Lisa Cilinski Jeffrey Clancy Susan Claridge Cathy Clark Kim Codoley Charles Cook Patrick Copelin 217 Brian Craver Cathy Crawford Mindy Crawford Colleen Crowder Jeffrey Custer Bruce Daigle Patrick Darcey Roy Daves Beatrice Davidson Margaret Delcastillo Debbie Dellinger Rex Dellinger James Dennison Judith DePalma Wendell Deskins Joseph Disilvio Lyle Dixon John Donahue Mark Douglas Michelle Dowler Kimberly Draper Pauline Dross Peter Dunlop Richard Duvall SOPHS SHOW TALENT IN FLOAT COMPETITION Douglas Dye Michael Eckert James Edmundson Donald Eggar Donna Eggar Gary Eiserman Kathryn Elkins Bryan Empson Diane Epling Sharon Erksa Alan Estep Marina Evans Wendy Farstad David Fenton Douglas Feit James Ferguson Michael Ferguson Vanessa Ferguson 218 Marianne Fink Bill Fioramonti Brenda Fisher Ruth Fisher Catherine Flint Sue Flynn Karen Forker Daniel Fosnight Jeannie Francis Carol Frank Lynda Fulford Deborah Furr A friendly discussion at lunch with Mr. Flannagan. Karen Gaizick Ann Gallmetzer Stephen Garcia Robert Garlem Victoria Garner Karen Gaut Lawrence Gazes Ronald Gearheart Teresa Genduso Toni Gerhart Eric Gilbertson Erik Gilliam 219 Reggie Gillis Patti Gilroy Gary Glahn Penelope Glass Susan Gooch John Goodwin Mark Greene Marcia Greenfield Desire Groesbeck Perry Grubb Alison Guernsey Edward Guice “How ’bout a touch up?” asks Jack Stone. “They’re all at my feet” says Kathy Albertson. Susan Haase Bill Hall Darleen Hamilton Greg Harmon Holli Harmon Jill Harris Mike Harris Suzan Hart Diane Hartell 220 Gregg Hastings Kenneth Hatcher Dwight Hayes Christine Hedrick Monica Henry Gregory Herrity Connie Hill Dan Hockenberry Dana Hooper Virginia Hosmer Kelly Humphrey Kent Hunsberger Dawn Hunt Donna Hutchison Cynthia Idigpio Andrea Ivie Milton Izurieta Evelyn Jackson Garland Jackson Janice Jamison Linda Jenkins Sherri Jennings David Jibeault Dennis Johnson DOUGHNUT SALES PROVE TO BE A SUCCESS Diane Johnson Michael Johnson Robert Johnson Linda Johnston Karen Jones Russell Jones Martha Joseph Helen Karageore Keith Kawatomari Doug Kearns Rose Keith Eric Keller Nettie Kidd Kyung Kim Hollen Kimmell Sharon Kirkland Terry Kisley Dorothy Knauer 221 Thomas Knight Teresa Kobayashi Frederick Koch Ingrid Koesling Veronica laughs at the thought of her being in the yearbook. Gary Kraynock Neal Krysinski Roberta Lane Cheryl Langlais Michael Langlais David Larsen Rebecca Lauffer John Laurendeau Judith Lawson Que Le Eleanor Lee Zelma Lee Michael Letzkus Michael Liggett Theresa Linn Sandra Locklear David Lomax Orrin Long Wayne Loveless Jim Lowenstern Frank Lucas Sharon Lucas Raymond Lusby Sharon Lutz Valerie Lutz Deborah Lynch Molly Macauley Paul MacDonald Wesley Magarity Kathy Mahoney 222 NEW POTENTIALS ARE DISCOVERED Paul Maiatico Dean Major Charles Maricle Randy Manning Debra Matthews Alix Mattusch Lucy McAuliffe Terrance McCann Kathy McClintoch Pegi McCrae Debra McDonough Debbie McKinney Mary McWhirt Janet Meeks Stuart Meg aw Terry Mella Blair Merrell Cynthia Mes 1 ' j Dana Hooper eyes Marty Bonnett. 223 BEGINNING TO FEEL A PART OF THE SCHOOL Jan Metzler Richard Meyer Barry Michael John Mikovits James Miles Vincent Miller Teresa Millican Patricia Molina Pamela Monaghan Jacqueline Montena Mark Mordhorst Debbie Moreland Darl ene Morrison Timothy Morrison Joan Mott Gary Mountjoy Francine Murdock Randy Myers Neil Nappo Richard Nelson Mark Nicchitta Constance Nicholas Katherine Nicholas Mark Nicholas Christine Nolan William Nubbe Donna O’Bryhim Michael O’Connel William O’Connell Jane O’Hara Michael Olson Lourdes Ortega Robert Owens Gary Palmer Howard Parker Kathy Parks Thomas Passino John Patchan Brenda Patt Yvonne Patterson Archie Payne Bernie Pazanowski 224 Paula Penwell Steven Perroots Sally Peters Nancy Peterson John Pfaff Patricia Pierson Dianna Pigge Kaye Pignotti John Pilkerton Gary Plaag Shirley Pollard Danny Pollock Brian Price Brenda Proffitt Clifford Pumphrey Majorie Ragland Theresa Rankin Leal Ramos Cheer up, Gwen! Ramona Redden Wayne Reedy George Rennolds Jayne Rhiger Peggy Richard Ronald Ricks Delores Ridingin Carolyn Roadcap Lawrence Rohr Richard Rooney Jeffrey Roth Vickie Rowe 225 ' vv r.v i • Ann Ruggere Ronald Rukenbrod Veronica Russelavage Paula Rutledge Kenneth Sabin Robin Samuelson Margaret Scammon Joseph Schaffner Doreen Schindler Happiness is a football game to Bob Johnson. Please give Simmi a “J”! Kevin Scheider Eric Scholtzky Michael Schwandt Robert Sellars William Senn Tim Shay James Sheldon Susan Sheldon Dana Sherfey Starr Shifflett Joni Shiflett Susan Shovar 226 SOPHOMORES GAIN KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE Bruce Simmons Michael Simms Diana Simpson Harry Sisler Cheryl Slinkard Altheia Smith Diane cheers the Jags on. Ba rbara Smith Karen Smith Karen Smith Ilona Snyder Gina Southee Richard Souther Harold Speaks Steve Springston Hurdy Stack V: Jeanette Stafford John Stanghor Martha Stanley Jim Steckbeck James Stevenson Susan Steidel Debra Stevens Loo Stevens Julia Stevenson Phyllis Stinnette Caroline Stites Debra Stock David Stoertz Jack Stokely Jack Stone 227 Lisa Streets Mark Strysko Michael Suddarth John Sullivan Mary Swink Joanne Szczepanski Jennifer Tate Denise Taylor Robin Taylor Nancy Thibeault Jennifer Thoma Rhonda Thomas Mary Thomason Catherine Thompson Beverly Tinner Rebecca Tinner Diane Townsend Thomas Trapp Michael Tretick Diane Trivett Samuel Turner Kevin Tyrrell Mark Underwood Steve Vaitsas August Vasaio Sue Sheldon takes over. Jerry Vogel Freddy Wade 228 James Wade Randy Wade Ronald Walker Susan Waller Diane Ward Cindy Weaver Roy Wimmer Elizabeth Woodside Debra Wooldridge David Yarbrough Richele Wilson Robert Wilson Doris Wells Michael Wentz Robert White Lisa Williams Daniel Wilson Julie Wilson J U N I O R Rashad Yassine Gregory Yermack N E X T Y E A R Susan Ziegler Leslie Zimmerman 229 Patty Foltz, President; Blair Minturn, Vice President; Mary Ann West, Secretary; Joe Birch, Cabinet officer. Jack Looney and Richard Hopkins get ready for the line up. I Although only being at Falls Church for a short time, the Frosh started the year with a lot of spirit. Enthusiasm was shown for their school by their Homecoming float and by their first place Pride Week decorations. They also had a successful class picnic in the fall. It seems as if our Freshmen have become involved quickly and will be an active class in the future. BABY JAGS ENTER NEW WORLD OF FALLS CHURCH 230 The usual antics of Mr. Bennett’s English Class. Freshman 231 Donnetta Addair Kathleen Ahearn Gerald Alstadter Gary Alves Craig Annans Jonathan Amans Students and administrators get together to welcome incoming Freshmen. FROSH ENJOY A VARIETY Freshmen Orientation. William Askin Jeffery Attiliis Cathy Augustine Joelle Austin Kim Babcock Donald Bageant 232 Fred Bailey Brian Baird Randy Balderson OF NEW ACTIVITIES Everyone wants into the act! Mathew Ball Kenneth Balum Katherine Barnett William Barrett Jacqueline Barron George Bartenstein Sherra Basham Judith Bayruns Mark Beach Nancy Beck Robert Beech Robert Benedict Steve Bibb Laurie Bichel Joseph Birch Kathleen Black Donna Blackburn Vicki Blackwell James Blumer Janice Bobo Charles Bolt Yolanda Booth Susan Bowden Jerri Bowen 233 Linda Bowen Barbara Boyer Rebecca Brackett Janet Bradshaw Karen Brannon Beth Bray Kevin Brenner Steve Bridged Theresa Briscoe Roxane Brocgto Patricia Brooks Rindy Brookshire The Freshmen timed it just right! James Brotherton Brenda Brown Clifford Brown Kimberlee Brown Robert Brown Charles Bruch Kenneth Buchanan Robert Buckhorn Brenda Burgess Glen Burke Michael Burke William Burnett 234 FRESHMEN BUILD FOR SUCCESS Stanley Calendine Linda Cameron Sherry Campbell Linda Carlisle Michael Carnahan Karyn Carpenter Holly Carroll Betty Carter Laverne Carter Pamela Carter Gary Caylor Billy Chapman Deborah Chapman Henry Chastain James Cheatham Diane Christopher John Cilinski Devlin Clark George Clark Sandra Clark Joanne Clarke Cathy Clements Linda Clutz David Cobert Kathy Collins Sindi Collins Patricia Conrad Patricia Cook Timothy Cook Kathy Copelin Gregory Corbin Carol Cratty Chris Craig William Crowder Ana Dacanay Cathy Darnell Jeffery Davis Jerry Davis Pamila Davis Barbara Dawson Nena Delp Mike Deluca 235 Conrad Deskins Jeanette Deskins Robert Dickson Donna Doak Marie Doak Leigh Dodge Stephen Donachie Michael Donahue Janice Donohue Lisa Dorsey Laurie Dreis Brent Dubbert Patty Foltz doesn’t look too happy. Jonathan Dubois Kenneth Duncan Linda Duvall Cynthia Eidson Donn Engler Samuel Entsminger Carol Erie Beth Erl and son Kathy Estep Tristin Evans Jeff Faber Reginald Fairfax Christopher Farstad Janet Fauntleroy Kathleen Feeney Barbara Feltner Donald Fenton Michael Ferguson 236 FRESHMEN UNITE TO BUILD A FLOAT Carol Ferris Randlph Ferris Karen Fioramonti Gary Flather Bryant Fletcher Franklin Floyd Patricia Foltz Leonard Ford Bonnie Forshee Robert Fortner Lesley Fourt Thomas Fourt Gary France Edward Franco Lisa Franks Darlene Freeman Helen Freshwater Molly Flumer Audry Furichi Cheryl Gales Wesley Gallahan James Gant Catherine Carcia Jaime Garcia Gayle Garner Tracie Garrett Cheryl Gay Michael Geduldig Raymond Giehll Lisa Gilbertson Leigh Gillespie Karen Glenn Leslie Glenn Garland God love Dale Goldman Kathryn Goodrick Nancy Gorman William Gossom Cynthia Grant Cheryl Green Robert Green Judy Grimes |g0ti 237 JOINING IN WITH A FEELING Susan Groger Dennis Groves James Gudger Robert Guerin James Gunnels Ann Hajec Janet Haley Sandra Hall Sharon Hall Patricia Hanafan Sharon Haney Donna Hanrahan Steven Hansen Richard Hardister Delois Harrell Teresa Harris Michael Hart George Hascall Darlene Hatcher Dennis Hatton Carol Hayhurst Deanna Heath Janet Hecker Garland Henderson Lavern Henderson Laurie Herrman Leslie Hershey Annette Hiner Becky Hoak Cynthia Holland Kathleen Holman Marianne Holmes George Hopkins Karen Hopkins Richard Hopkins Sidney Horner Rebecca Houkal Kenneth Howard Karen Howell Russell Hrabe Karol Hume Jack Hurlock 238 Bob Mathena David Mathis Pamela Mattson Richard Mauer Linda May Richard May Jack McAuliffe Jennifer McCarthy Ronald McClintock David McCuen Robin McElwee Donna McFaden Geoffrey McKenna Julie McMillan Pam Mechem Kevin Merrell Christine Micale Judy Mikovits BEING A BABY JAG Julie Mikovits Geraldine Miller Kevin Miller Lawrence Miller Michael Mills Blair Minturn William Montminy Bret Moore Donald Morrell Donald Morrow Susan Morrow Vickie Mosier Nancy Mott Loretta Moy Timothy Murdock Martin Murfree Dawn Murphy Kathy Murphy Michael Murphy Joyce Nash Michael Neilan Sharon Nelson Sam Nestor Theresa Nichols 241 Jeffrey Noble Tony Nopo Phyllis Norris Bruce O’Donnell Richard Oke Kathleen Olivo Malinda O’Shields Dawn Painter Lisa Palmer Barbara Parmenter Dona Patch Anne Patchan James Patterson Deana Paynter Deborah Peachey James Pelton Mary Pendleton William Perkins Daniel Perry Natalie Peters Gene Pettihgrew Kevin Pewtherer Arlene Plybon Mary Pohedra Sussan Pohedra Kelvin Pollard Daniel Pometto Cecilia Portalea Brett Porter Theresa Powell Kevin Peufer and Garland Henderson express their feelings about school lunches. 242 John Price Judith Puckett Darlene Ragsdale Patsy Rainwater Cynthia Ramsey William Ramsey Nicole Rankin William Rankin Karen Ranta Dana Ratcliff Joy Rathna Mozen Rayyan Pamela Rector Bonnie Reed Donna Repass Jeffrey Richard Frieda Richardson Daniel Rider NEW STUDENTS — NEW IDEAS Ronald Riggles Nancy Rinker David Roberts Kenneth Roberts Sally Robertson Joseph Robinson Donald Roche Michael Rodriguez Steve Rodriguez Susan Rollinson Catherin Rose David Rumsey 243 Claudia Sadlowe Mary Sapp Tim Saunders Steven Saylor Belle Scheibner Eric Scheider “Oh come now " says Theresa Briscoe. Kathleen Schindler Nicholas Schultz Walter Seeley Christine Sehrer Kris Selquist Betty Seymour Peace, Mark! Terry Shackleford Donna Shaffer Diane Sharrett Suzanne Shelton Michele Sheltra Stanley Shine 244 MAKING NEW FRIENDS Jeffrey Shipp Dwight Shore Patricia Short Mary Ann Simko Roy Simmons Grant Simms Pamela Slane Mary Small Charles Smith Jan Smith Michael Smith Phillip Smith Ann Sonnhalter Earl Southee Jordan Spahr Ceasar Spitale Kathy Spitzer Mark Steadman Catherine Stevens Cheryl Stevens Gregory Stevens Lisa Stevens Kenneth Stevenson Susan Stock Betty Stratton Robert Stratton Margaret Streets Donna Strickland Mark Szarnicki Julie Tassi Mark Tavelli Beatrice Taylor Douglas Taylor Beverly Terry Paul Thomas Donald Thompson Carole Tilson Jane Todaro Robert Tomasino Joanne Townsend Nancy Trammell Elizabeth Trapnell 245 mm Nelson Triplett William Trussell Jennifer Tudor Patricia Turner Brian Turney Catherine Van Hart William Vosburg Edwin Vredegoor ) Yes? says David McDonald. Catherine Vucci Melvin Wagner Eric Walck Betty Walker Dave Wall Katheryn Wall Carol Wallace Scott Ward Janice Waters Mike Wathen Anna Watkins Karen Webber Laura Webster Tina Weissenborn Mary Ann West Michele Weyer David Whetzel Brenda White 246 HAVING A SUCCESSFUL YEAR Michael Whitmore Carole Williams Cheryl Williams Sandra Williams Steven Wimmer Tamara Wincek Joanne Wirt Patricia Wolff Story time for the freshmen. Stanley Wood Wayne Wood Mary Woodmansee Cynthia Woodward Tommi Wooldridge Mari Yagyu Barbara Yanick Bryant York Sandy Youngblood Nicholas Zeltvay Chuck Zimmerman Donald Zirkle 247 ■ ■■ ■ ■■ C i ' G C CITGO The merchants repre¬ sented in the following pages are those members of the community with whom the students of Falls Church High School have built a lasting relationship based on mutual satisfac¬ tion, day by day. Jeannie Epling and Riad Yassine have a lot to smile about at Lamont Studios. LAMONT STUDIOS 5143 Lee Highway Arlington KE6-7172 250 BARBARA ELLEN FIGURE SALON 110W. Broad Street Falls Church 534-0031 FALLS CHURCH FLORIST 419 W. Broad Street Falls Church 533-1333 “Do you think they’ll get the hint?” asks Wendy of Carol. MODERN BRIDAL AND FORMAL SHOPPES Seven Corners Shopping Center Falls Church 532-3040 CLARENCE E. GATTON REAL ESTATE 3218 Korte Court Falls Church 573-4560 TACO BUENO FALLS CHURCH CAMERA SHOP 306 Hillwood Avenue Falls Church 532-5030 161 Hillwood Avenue Falls Church 532-2885 Advertisements 251 ANTON’S-KING KERLEY DRY CLEANERS 444 s. Washington Street Falls Church 532-1713 ECONOPRINT 626 S. Washington Street Falls Church JE2-6680 WFAX RADIO 161-B Hillwood Avenue Falls Church 532-1220 LEE HWY. SUNOCO 7455 Lee Highway Falls Church 560-9661 AB DICK COMPANY 8100 Gatehouse Road Falls Church 573-5000 “If this thing does what it’s supposed to, we’ll make millions,’’ says Gerry Miller to Sue Bucklew. 252 Nancy Roop wonders if that’s a financial need Sue Welch and Mike Davitt are working out. G.A.C. FINANCE 128 W. Broad St. Falls Church 532-4642 “Won’t grandma be proud of me! " says Ted to Ruth and Kathy. THE KNITTING CORNER ANNANDALE SPORT SHOP 7046 Columbia Pike Annandale 256-7255 D K UPHOLSTRY 1223 N. Glebe Road Arlington 527-4475 6180 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church 534-1448 Advertisements 253 “That ' s not quite what I had in mind,” remarks Mike to Linda and Pam. FULL CRY SHOP 111 Church Street, N.W. Vienna 938-9755 STANDARD CONTACT LENS SERVICE 240 W. Broad Street Falls Church 532-2667 MR. LEWIS HAIRSTYLIST 6201 Leesburg Pike Falls Church 533-1402 DON’S CITGO 7477 Lee Highway Falls Church 573-2634 GRAPHIC SERVICES “Serving All Your Printing Needs’’ Wedding, Commercial and Social Stationery 125 South Washington Street Falls Church, Virginia — 534-7575 254 RAYMOND’S BEAUTY SALON GUITARS UNLIMITED 2843 Rogers Drive Falls Church 560-5639 238 W. Broad Street Falls Church 532-3845 Eddie’s losing his head over a big deal, as Allan, Sue, Lyle, and Theresa watch. KOONS FORD 1051 E. Broad Street Falls Church 534-8900 BROWN’S HARDWARE MERRIFIELD ESSO 101 W. Broad Street Falls Church 532-1168 8134 Lee Highway Merrifield 560-3070 Advertisements 255 aap t ii Stephanie Painter and Bruce Jones find plenty of advancement opportunities in the Navy. U.S. NAVY RECRUITING STATION U.S. Navy Recruiting Station 1101 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W. Advertisements Washington, D.C. 20004 256 “Doesn’t that look good enough to eat, Pam? " ask Bruce and Mike. MEESE’S FLOWER SHOP " George, you only need one pair” says Joanne. RAIBOURN OPTICIANS 2431 N. Harrison Street Arlington 536-7747 203 E. Fairfax Street Falls Church 534-7117 “Three more hours Lenny, and our dinner ' s paid off” says Jane. " We’re not drunk, this is natural!” says Vicki and Mike. APOLLO RESTAURANT EASY WAY DRIVING SCHOOL 7161 Lee Highway Falls Church JE2-8400 107 Park Avenue Falls Church 532-0234 Advertisements 257 Andy, Farrell, and Mark make up their own three ring circus. “No, Phil, that’s not exactly what I wanted,” says Wanda. A A APPLIANCES PRESTIGE CLEANERS 6676 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church 534-2447 7257 Lee Highway Falls Church 534-9384 “Alta, you’re suppose to pop out of cakes, not cabinets!” says John. “We need your name, rank, and phone number!” says Bonnie to Vic. GEORGETOWN REMODELING U.S. ARMY RECRUITING 7175 Lee Highway Falls Church 532-1444 258 109 Annandale Road Falls Church 534-8281 “Is there any hope for me?” asks Sallie of Lynn. Cindee smiles as she finishes signing Bob up. QUEEN B COIFFURES INC. U.S. AIR FORCE 3020 Annandale Road 113 Annandale Road Falls Church 534-4176 Falls Church 532-1338 Karen and Kevin convince Mr. Smith to put the Jags on the stock market. MANNA FINANCIAL PLANNING CORP. 6231 Leesburg Pike Falls Church 532-5460 Advertisements 259 WILLSTON ARCO 3015 Patrick Henry Drive Falls Church 533-7539 Leo, Patty, and Cathy plan on upholstering some chairs. TOWN COUNTRY UPHOLSTERY 315 S. Maple Avenue Falls Church 532-2481 FALLFAX BUILDING SUPPLY “Lynn, is anyone watching?” asks Mike. 7634 Lee Highway Falls Church 560-4900 Mark pauses for Janie ' s last request. BILL PAGE PONTIAC 6715 Arlington Boulevard Falls Church 533-9700 WESTLAWN CITGO 3040 Annandale Road Falls Church 533-7788 260 “How would I look in a neglige made out of this?” asks Sue to Debbie. “Hey, what ' s that?” asks Pete to Patty, Joan, and Donna. SEW SEW FORTH SHOP WISSINGER’S CHEVEROLET 6184-A Arlington Boulevard Falls Church 534-1050 Seven Corners Falls Church 532-9200 Business is taken care of by Jim Oliver, Debbie Moss, Karen Phelps, and Jim Moss. GASSIE SNIDER, INC. DOMINION CAMERA STORES Cameras, Supplies and Repairs At Four Northern Virginia Locations Alexandria 3618 King Street Brad Lee Shopping Ctr. 548-7117 Arlington 2915 Wilson Blvd. 528-3600 Fairfax Yorktown Shopping Ctr. 560-9215 Falls Church 112 W. Broad 532-6700 150 S. Washington Street Falls Church 534-8510 Advertisements 261 Ginger and Sue have a growing interest for real estate. JOSEPH W. SEAY COMPANY GOOD LUCK 262 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 73 AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE GOOD LUCK SENIORS GO JAGS AIM TO THE FUTURE CLASS OF 73 263 Being able to write this letter knowing it is the last part of the yearbook and it is all over is a great feeling of relief and contentment. It has been a hard job for us and we had to put up with a lot. Staying at school for twelve hours at a time trying to get in a deadline is not the easiest thing to do. Most people do not realize what a hard job making a yearbook is, but for the people who found out for themselves by doing the actual work we give out greatest thanks: Sue Stearns, Gloria Randall, Linda Bussler, Carol Bulson, Wendy Weaver, Lynn Burton, Brian Hart, Marcia Yanick, Jeff Freehoff. Also a special thanks to Mr. Jim Ellis of Hunter Publishing Company, Mr. Deal of LaMont Studios, Mrs. Brandt for the use of her pictures, and Mrs. Dearing, our sponsor. The students of Falls Church are what make a yearbook and we hope everyone will be proud of the 1973 Jaguar. Linda Steckbeck Editor, 1973 Jaguar Theresa Healey Co-Editor, 1973 Jaguar PATRONS NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY CLASS OF ’73 CHEERLEADING KEYETTES FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY FBLA DRAMA CLUB TRI-HI-Y GAA 264 ; rw ,1957 — FEBRUARY 17, 1973 ,A j ; ? . ? • - ' g, ■v- MMC j . ' 1 r ' " ■ ' «■■ ■ .--vi,i i i -t 4 . £k " ' w . .1 ■ : 4 . ■ ' A - . C • 265 A Abell, Mrs. Billie. .136 Abies, Nancy. 78, 80, 90, 115, 202 Adams, Christopher .... . 42, 202 Adams, Daniel. .120, 216 Addair, Donnetta . .232 Addison, Carol . . 125, 216 Addison, Thomas. .160 Adler, Mrs. Susan . . 116, 147 ADMINISTRATION. .178 AFC . .102 Ahearn. Joanne.... 78, 80, 120, 121, 122, 202 Ahearn, John. . 120, 122, 216 Ahearn, Kathleen. _ 120, 121, 232 Ahrens, Mrs. B.J. .133 Ailes, Miss Judy. .146 Aker, Dyanne. .78, 81, 160 Aker, Neal. . 92, 202 Albertson, Kathy. . 125, 216 Alfano, Catherine. .202 Allee, Mr. Bonner. .129 Allen, Joan . .96, 160 Allen, Mr. George . .143 Almodovar, Laura. .216 Alstadter, Debbie. . 24, 94, 116 Alstadter, Gerald . .232 Alstadter, Teresa. .160 Altemus, Mrs. Juliet . . . .147 Alves, Gary. .232 Amale, Carolyn. .232 Amans, Craig . .232 Amans, Jonathan. .232 Amon, Cynthia . .160 Amya, Jehad. . 104, 232 Anderson, Carol. .232 Anderson, Katherine . . . . 66, 109, 216 Anderson, Stephen. .232 Andrews, Cheryl. . 78, 81, 202 Anthony, Janet. . 24, 116, 202 Anthony, Vicki. 17, 79, 116, 118, 216 Applegate, Vicki. .216 Araujo, Mariza . . 21, 37, 96, 160 Araujo, Rosa. .24 Arbelaez, Juan . . 81, 202 Ardoin, Marion. .202 Ardoin, Nannette . .216 Arey, David . .202 Arey, Patricia . .232 Arnold. David . . 110, 216 Arnold, Niel. . 120, 122, 232 Arnold, Susan. . 110, 202 ART CLUB . .104 ART Dpnt . . . . Arthur, Louise. . 83, 104, 105, 106 113, 124, 216 Askin, William. . 42, 48, 232 Atchison, Barbara . .202 Atkins, Gary . . 112, 202 Attiliis, Jeffery . .232 Attiliis, Teresa . . . 82, 83, 86, 87, 202 Augustine, Cathy . . 124, 232 Austine, Joelle. . 79, 109, 232 Ayres, Nancy. . 90, 202 B Babcock, Kim. . 105, 232 Bageant, Donald. .232 Bailey, Fred. .233 Bailey, Robert. .202 Baird, Brian. . 43, 233 Baker, William . .160 Balderson, Norm . . 38, 94, 161 Balderson, Randy. . 42, 48, 233 Bales, Virginia . .100, 115, 161 Ball, David. .216 Ball, Jacqueline. .216 Ball, Matthew. . 43, 233 Ball, Suzanne.37, 81, 116, 117, 161, 197 Balum, Kenneth . .233 Bambling, Vicki . . 105, 216 BAND . . . 120, 121, 122, 123 Barbaro, Michele. ... 83, 110, 124, 216 Barley, Phyllis. . 94, 200, 202 Barnett, Katherine .... . 124, 233 Barnett, Thomas. .216 Barrett, Robert. .161 Barrett, William. .233 Barron, Jacqueline.... . 66, 109, 233 Bartenstein, George . . . .233 BASEBALL. .54 Basham, Sherra . .233 Baskerville, Stephen . . . 110, 216 Batt, Bonny. .... 64, 90, 102, 161 Baxter, Bonnie. .161 Bayruns, Catherine. . . . . 78, 124, 202 Bayruns, Judith. . 67, 110, 233 Beach, Mark . . 43, 52, 223 Bealby, Mark. .202 Beall, Deborah. .90, 115, 161 Beall, Diane. . 66, 72, 216 Beamer, Kim. .42, 216 Beasley, Scott. .110 Beck, Edward . .161 Beck, Nancy . .233 Becker, Charles. . 120, 122, 202 Becker, David. _ 92, 120, 122, 216 Becraft, Catherine .... . 86, 100, 216 Beech, Robert. . 48, 233 Bell, John . .202 Bell, Kathy. .94, 161 Bellefeuilie, Tim. . . . 102, 104, 105, 125 Burkhart, Richard . . . _50, 217 Burnett, Karen. ... 158, 164 Burnett, William . . . . 120, 122, 234 Burns, Timothy. . . 110, 164 Burri 11, Deborah . . . . .203 Burrill, Donald . .217 Burton. Lynn. 78, 84, 90, 120, 121, 164 BUSINESS Dept. . . . .146 Bussler, Linda. . . 36, 77, 78. 84 90, 164, 198 Busuttil, Ann. .114 Butler, Donna. .98, 217 Byers, Wesley. .217 c Cable, Anita . .203 Calendine, Stanley . . .235 Callahan, Michael . . _ 125, 203 Cameron, Linda . . . . .235 Cameron, Jane. _ 115, 164 Campbell, Brian . . . . .164 Campbell, Mr. Bruce .135 Campbell, Sharon. . .235 Campbell, Sandi . . . . . 94, 203 Canas, Patricia .... .203 Caperton, Duane... 78, 92, 111, 120, 122, 165 Caperton, Karen . . . , .217 Caperton, Linda , . . . . . 64, 108, 109, 110, 165 Carlisle, Jeffrey . . . . .203 Carlisle, Linda . _ 105, 235 Carlo, Mr. Joseph . . .130 Carlsen, Mrs. Mary . .134 Carnahan, Michael . 102, 120, 122, 235 Carothers, Mrs. Delora . . . . .... 114, 147 Carpenter, Brian . . . .110 Carpenter, Jay .... .217 Carpenter. Karyn . . ... 67 79, 109, 110, 235 Carraway, Robert . . .203 Carrier, Robert .... .203 Carroll, Holly. 120, 122, 235 Carscadden, Lisa . . . 78, 120, 165 Carter, Betty. .235 Carter, Dorothea . . . _ 102, 203 Carter, Lavern. .235 Carter, Pamela .... .... 108, 235 Carter, Richard .... .203 Caylor, Gary . . 42, 235 Caylor, Ronald .... .38, 217 Chandler, Leslie . . . .217 Chapline, Catherine .165 Chapline, Rosa .... .203 Chapman, Billy .... .235 Chapman, Deborah . 66, 235 Chastain, Daniel . . . .203 Chastain, Henry . . . .235 Cheatham, James . . .235 CHEERLEADING CLUB_ .116 Chester, Ceasar . . . . 38, 102, 165 CHESS CLUB . .104 Childers, Nancy . . . .... 78, 81, 86, 106, 203 Chiotos, Patricia . . , .67, 217 CHOIR . .124 CHORAL Dept. .152 Chrisman, Kenneth. .42 Christopher, Diane . 83, 106, 109, 235 Christos, Michael . . . 58, 112, 203 Chuff, Dee Ann .... . 64, 90, 115, 203 Ciffo, Rudolph. .204 Cilinski, Gerald .... .165 Cilinski, John . .235 Cilinski, Lisa. 106, 108, 217 Cintron, Yvonne . . . .204 Ciolfi, Dante . .92, 165 Ciolfi, Emilio. .165 CIVINETTES . .94 CIVITANS. .96 Clancy, Jeffrey .... .217 Claridge, Fredrick . .... 110, 165 Claridge, Susan . . . 120, 121, 217 Clark, Barbara. .165 1 Clark, Cathy. .217 Clark, Charles. .204 Clark, Devlin. . 43, 235 Clark, George. .235 Clark, Mark. .165 Clark, Mrs. Marilyn _ 151, 108 Clark, Nancy. . 90, 204 Clark, Robert. .165 Clark, Sandra . 120, 121, 235 Clarke, Bonnie .... .204 Clarke, Joanne .... . 72, 109, 235 Clarke, John. . 38, 204 Clarke, Martyn .... .38, 165 Claud, Suzanne.... _ 120, 121 Clements, Cathy . . . 108, 110, 235 Clements, Judy .... . 77, 83, 90 113, 165, 197 Cleveland, Gary . . . . . 49, 52, 204 Cloe, Mrs. Mary . , . .152 Clutz, Dale. .204 Clutz, Linda. _ 124, 235 Cobert, David . . 43, 235 ! Cochran, Robert . . . .50 Cocoley, Kim. _ 120, 122 Cocoley, Michael . . . 105, 217 Cohn, Mr. Julius . . . .137 Cole, Jane. . 37, 115, 165 Collett, Suzanne . . . _ 111, 166 Collins, Kathy. .235 Collins, Pamela . . . .204 Collins, Sindi . _ 114, 235 Cologne, Steve .... .166 Comeau, Miss Ellen .134 Benedict, Robert . 43, 52, 233 Bennett, Anita.202 Bennett, Barbara . 78, 120, 122, 161 Bennett, Mr. Sidney.140 Benowski, Ben . 120, 122, 202 Bergen, Mrs. Ann.132 Berry, Michael .162 Betenbaugh, Mrs. Marion.142 Beto, Mr. Michael .43, 150 Betts, George. 62, 111, 112, 202 Betts, Patricia.120, 121, 162 Bevans, Thomas. 112, 120, 122, 202 Beverlin, Carol.96 Bialas, Mrs. Jane.142 Bibb, Steven.233 Bichel, Laurie.233 Bichel, Randy.110, 125, 162 Bichel, Paula. 78, 102, 202 Biddle, Mary.216 Birbeck, Deborah. 115, 162 Birch, Joseph. 77, 230, 233 Birch, Mary. 72, 109, 110, 202 Black, Bonnie. 115, 202 Black, Kathleen .233 Black, Sherry .162 Blackburn, Donna.233 Blackwell, Bonnie .216 Blackwell, Vickie.233 Blair, Mark.162 Blake, Charlotte.108, 115, 162 Blake, Bill . 120, 122 Blankenship, Benjamin.216 Blough, Lisa.162 Blough, Teresa.162 Blue, David .216 Blue, Tony.202 Blum, William. 83, 105, 125, 162 Blumer, James. 48, 42, 233 Bly, Douglas. 100, 162 Bobo, Janice.233 Boland, Kathrine.163 Bolt, Charles.233 Booth, Richard.163 Booth, Yolanda.233 Bonnet, Mr. Martin.134 Borgatti, Pamela.202 Bounds, Janet.216 Bowden, Suzan.216 Bowen, Gary.203 Bowen, Jerri. 108, 114, 233 Bowen, Linda .234 Bowes, Charles.114 Bowman, Da le.163 Boyer, Barbara. 66, 109, 234 Boyer, Steven.203 Boyette, William. 92, 105, 120, 122, 217 BOY ' S BASKETBALL.44 Brackett, Rebecca. 72, 234 Bradd, Carolyn.217 Bradshaw, Janet.234 Brandt, Mrs. Dolores.133 Brandt, Nancy. 76, 105, 125, 217 Brandt, Teresa .114 Brannon, Karen.234 Bray, Elizabeth. 17, 116, 119, 234 Bray, Mark.163 Brenner, Deborah.203 Brenner, Kevin .234 Brian, Cathy .115 Brickman, Ruth.163 Bridgett, Gale.163 Bridgett, Steve.234 Briscoe, Theresa .234 Britten, Eric.203 Brocato, Janice .94 Brocato, John. 105, 203 Brocato, Roxane. 67, 105, 109, 234 Brogan, Mr. Thomas.142 Brooks, Kimberly. 90, 203 Brooks, Patricia.234 Brookshire, Rindy. 81, 124, 234 Brotherton, James. 43, 52, 234 Brown, Bonnie .96, 163 Brown, Brenda .234 Brown, Cheryl.203 Brown, Clifford.234 Brown, David.217 Brown, David.217 Brown, Denver .114 Brown, Diana.217 Brown, Jerry.112 Brown, Kimberlee.234 Brown, Nancy.203 Brown, Robert.234 Brown, William. 38, 203 Bruch, Charles. 43, 234 Bryan, Cathy.203 Buchanan, Kenneth. 120, 122, 234 Buchanan, Larry.203 Buckhorn, Robert.234 Bucklew, Susan . 115, 163 Buckley, John.217 Buckley, Ronald. 38, 96, 163 Buckley, Tommy.163 Buckman, Emery.217 Buel, Robert . 86, 107, 112, 113, 217 Bugg, Vicki . 106, 217 Bulson, Carol . 84, 90, 164 Bundy, Elizabeth .203 Burdick, Paul .217 Burges, Kenneth.217 Burgess, Brenda.234 Burgess, David.217 Burke, Douglas. 120, 217 Burke, Glen.234 Burke, Judy.203 Burke, Michael.234 Burke, Robert. 49, 52, 203 Burkett, Sallie. 120, 122, 164 266 COMPUTER CLUB .... 112 Donovan, Anne . 120, 122, 204 Fisher, Ruth. .83, 219 Conrad, Patricia. 79, 116, 119, 235 Dorff, Marjorie . . . . . 125, 204 Fitzgerald, Mrs. Margaret. 143 Conroy, John. 166 Dorsey, Lisa . . . 24, 116, 119, 236 Flannagan, Mr. James. 130 Cook, Charles. 217 Dougherty, William . . 204 Flather, Gary. 237 Cook. Michael. . 42, 204 Douglas, Mark. 218 Flather, John. 205 Cook, Timothy. 235 Douglas, Richard . . . 168 Fletcher, Bryant . 237 Cooper, Mr. Harvey . . . 150 Dowd, Patrick. ... 78 81, 103, 104 Flint, Catherine. 219 Copelin, Kathy . 235 111, 113, 168 Flint, Charles . 168 Copelin, Patrick. 217 Dowell, Mr. Lawerence , 143 Flossos, Marie . 124, 125, 205 Corbin, Mrs. Armetha . 136 Dowler, Michelle . . . 218 Floyd, Franklin. 237 Corbin, Gregory. 235 Drago, Diane. .81, 204 Flynn, Allan. .50, 96 Corrothers, Edmund . . . 104, 105, 107 DRAMA CLUB. . 83 Flynn, Katherine. 37, 68, 94, 109 111, 112, 204 Draper, Kimberly . . . _ 114, 218 Flynn, Paul . .41, 205 Coverston, Gary. 204 Dreis, David. 168 Flynn, Susan. .66. 219 Cowan, Nancy. 17, 116, 117, 166 Dreis, Laurie. . 66, 109, 236 Foltz, Donna. 205 Cowgill, Mrs. Linda . . . 138 Drew, Thomas. . . 78, 86, 168 Foltz, Patricia. _ 230, 237 Cox, David. 166 Dross, Pauline . 218 FOOTBALL. .38 Cox, Martin. 204 Dubbert, Brent . 236 Ford, Leonard. 237 Cragle, Claude. . . 38, 96, 166 Dubois, Christopher. 168 FORENSICS. 107 Craig, Chris. . 42, 235 Dubois, Jonathan . . . _ 43, 49, 52, 236 Forker, Karen . 219 Craig, Stephen. 204 Dukes, John . . . 78, 120, 122, 204 Forshee, Bonnie. 237 Cramer, Lona . 108, 115, 166 Duncan, Kenneth . . . _ 111, 236 Foster, Alexandria. 205 Cratty, Carol . 235 Duncan, Mrs, Linda . 141 Forte, Thomas. 110 Craver, Brian. . . 42, 48, 218 Dunlop, Peter. 104, 106, 218 Fortner, Robert. . 43, 105, 237 Craver, John. . . 42, 49, 52, 204 Dunn, Richard. 168 Fortune, Gwen . _ 102, 205 Crawford, Kathy .79, 106, 110, 120, 122, 218 Dunn, Robert. .38, 96 Fortune, Patricia. 102 Crawford, Linda. 120, 121, 166 Dunn, Stephen . .42 Fosnight, Daniel. .79, 219 Crawford, Mindy. 120, 121, 218 Duvall, Linda. _ 109, 236 Foulks, Sharon. . . . . 102, 205 Crim, Joanne. . , 24, 37, 78, 166 Duvall, Richard. 218 Fourt, Lesley. 237 Critchfield, Steven .... 105, 112, 204 Dye, Douglas. 218 Fourt, Thomas. 237 CROSS COUNTRY .... . 58 Fowler, Charles . 114 Crow. Terry. 116, ‘117, 204 Fowler, Gregory. _ 114, 206 Crowder, Colleen. 83 218 Fox, Miss Francine . . . . . 105, 138 Crowder, William. • 43, 235 France, Gary. 102, 105, 237 Crum, Mrs. Frances . . . 104, 152 Francis, Jeannie. . 67, 109, 219 Cudd, Jackie. . 78, 204 Francis, Thomas. 205 Curtain, Ann . 115, 166 Francs, Edward. 237 Curtain, Stephen. 78, 105, 107, 112, 204 E Frank, Carol . 100, 104, 219 Custer, Jeffrey . 106, 218 Franks, Lisa. 83, 106, 109, 237 Eckert, Arthur. 204 Freehof, Jeffrey .78, 81, 83, 86, 87 Eckert, Michael. .42, 218 Freeman, Darlene. 237 Edmundson, James . 120, 122, 218 Freeman, Janet. . 96 Eggar, Cheryl . 168 FRENCH CLUB 106 Eggar, Donald. 218 FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY . . . . 80 Eggar, Donna . 218 FRESHMEN . 230 D Eidson, Cynthia .... _114, 236 Freshwater Helen. _108, 237 Eiserman, Gary. 218 Freyer, Eleanor. . . 78, 80, 205 Eiserman, Kathleen . _ 64, 72, 109, 205 Fritz, Ray. .38, 114 Dacanany, Ana. 235 Eiserman, Steven . . . 205 Frye, Luther. 205 Daigle, Bruce . 218 Elkins, Kathryn. . . . 83, 106, 124, 218 Frye, Susan. 78, 105, 120, 122, 206 Dameron, John. 167 Elwood, Kenneth . . . 205 FT A. 108 Darby, Miss Vera. 146 Empson, Bryan. 218 Fulford, Linda. _ 106, 219 Darcey, Patrick. 48, 218 ENGINEERING CLUB 112 Fulmer, Gretchen. 169 Darnell, Cathy. 108, 124, 235 Engler, Donna. 236 Fulmer, Molly. _ 110, 237 Daves, Roy . 218 Engler, John. 120, 122, 205 Funkhouser, Susan. 170 Davidson, Beatrice. 120, 122, 218 English, Darell . 168 Furichi, Audry. 237 Davidson, Jeffrey. 204 Entsminger, Mary . . . 205 Furr, Deborah. 219 Davis, Ann. 102, 204 Entsminger, Samuel . 236 Furr, Dennis . 78, 120, 122, 206 Davis, Donald . 167 Epling, Diane . . . 106, 116, 118, 218 Furr, Patricia. _115, 170 Davis, Jeffrey . 235 Epling, Jeannie. .17, 78, 168 Fyock, Timothy. 206 Davis, Jerry. 235 Erie, Carol. 236 Davis, Pamila . 109, 235 Erie, James. 168 Davis, Robert . 58 92, 125, 167 Erska, Linda . 205 Davis, Rosalie. 86, 100, 125, 167 Erska, Sharon. . . . . 124, 218 Davitt, Michael. 18, 78, 82, 83 Erlandson, Beth .... . . . 83, 109, 124, 236 92, 102, 105, 167 Erler, Robin. . . . 78, 120, 122, 168 Dawson, Barbara . 235 Erwin. Pamela. . . 64, 94, 205 Dawson, Donald. 204 Estep, Alan. 218 G Day, Amber. 109, 120, 121, 204 Estep, Kathy. 236 Dearing, Mrs. Carmen . 140 Evans, Charles. 205 GAA . 109 DEBATE . 107 Evans, Johannes.... 78, 80, 105, 110, 205 Faizick, Karen. 219 DECA . 114 Evans, Marina. 218 Falenski, Wanda. 102, 115, 206 Degiorgi, Mr. Sal. 129 Evans, Paula. 168 Gales, Cheryl . 237 Dehaven, Kathy. 115, 167 Evans, Tristin . 236 Gallahan, Lesley. 66. 68, 105, 120, 206 Delauder, Richard .... 204 Everton, Mrs. Lovestine 130 Gallahan, Wayne . .96, 170 Delcastillo, Margaret . . 79, 106, 124, 218 Gallahan, Wesley. . , 49, 52, 237 Delgado, Alberto . 167 Gallegher, James. . . 38, 96, 206 Dell, Miss Karen . 142 Gallmetzer, Ann. 219 Dellas, Judy . 24 94 116 117 204 Gallmetzer Jane 206 Dellert, Ellen. 78, 105, 120, 122, 204 Gant, James . 237 Dellinger, Debbie. 218 Garcia, Catherine. 67, 106, 109, 237 Dellinger, Rex. 218 Garcia, Jaime. 237 Delp, Nena. 78, 105, 109, 235 F Garcia, Stephen. 219 Deluca, Mike. 235 Garhart, Mr. Bernard. 135 Dennis, Marie. . 78, 105 Faber, Jeffery. 236 Garlem, Robert. 219 Dennison, James. . 83, 104, 218 FACULTY . 126 Garner, Gayle. 237 Dennison, Robert. 167 Fairfax, Reginald . . . 236 Garner, Stephen. 170 Denny, Clifton. . 38, 204 Fallow, Mrs. Arlene . 146 Garner, Victoria. 219 Depalma, Armand. . 96, 204 Fallon, Daniel. 205 Garrett, Brenda. 170 Depalma, Judith. 79, 83, 86, 87 Farrington, Kimberly . . 72, 94, 205 Garrett, Tracie . 237 106, 124, 218 Farstad, Christopher 236 Garrison, Deborah. 86, 87, 100, 170 Deskins, Conrad. 236 Farstad, Wendy. _ 106, 218 Gaut, Karen. . . 79, 81, 219 Deskins, Jeanette. 236 Fauntleroy, Janet . . . . 83, 125, 236 Gawarecki, Susan .67, 81, 82. 83, 86 Deskins, Wendell. 218 Fauntleroy, Karen . . . _ 78, 90, 115, 205 87, 107, 109, 113, 206 Desrosiers, Mary Jane . 90, 107, 204 Fay, Mrs. Theresa . . 152 Gay, Cheryl. 120, 122, 237 Desrosiers, Nancy .... . 94, 167 FBL A. 115 Gay, Kenneth . 62, 78, 92, 111 Dettra, John. 204 Feather, Mr. John . . 134 120, 122, 170 Dick, Doreen. 167 Feeney, Kathleen . . . 236 Gazes, Lawerence. .58, 219 Dick, Mr. James. 149 Feit, Douglas. . 62, 79, 81, 106 Gearheart, Toni . . 98, 110, 219 Dickerson, Robert .... . 78, 204 111, 112, 218 Gearheart, Ronald . 219 Dickson, Robert. 236 Feltner, Barbara .... _ 108, 236 Geduldig, Michael. . . . . 102, 237 Dikes, Lesley. 204 Fenton, David. 218 Geisler, Karen. 170 DiSilvio, Betsy . . 37, 167 Fenton, Donald. 236 Geist, Brian. _ 114, 170 DiSilvio, Joeseph. . 42, 218 Ferguson, Linda .... 205 Genduso, Suzette. .96, 170 DiSilvio, William. 167 Ferguson, Vanessa. . . . . 79, 106, 205, 218 Genduso, Teresa. 24, 106, 116, 118, 219 Dixon, Joseph. 167 Ferris, Carol . _ 108, 237 Gentry, Carlton. 206 Dixon, Lyle . 218 Ferris, Randolph .... 237 Geoffrian, Jeff. .89 Doak, Donna. 236 Feuerstein, D eborah . . , . 115, 168 GERMAN CLUB . 105 Doak, Marie. 144, 236 FH A. 108 Giancaspro, Michael. . . 78, 92, 170 Dodge, Charyl. 120, 122, 204 Filippone, Rita . 168 Giehll, Raymond. 237 Dodge, Leigh. 236 Fink, Marianne. . 81, 110, 219 Gilbert, Larry. 237 Dodion, Charles. 204 Fink, Patricia. . 81, 110, 205 Gilbertson, Eric . 219 Donachie, Stephen .... 236 Finlay, Dianna. 115 Gilbertson, Lisa. 237 Donahue, Michael .... 105, 236 Finlay, Gary. 205 Gilchrist, John . ... 76, 78, 92 Donahue, John. 105, 218 Fioramonti, Joseph . .62, 111, 205 120, 122, 206 Donnachie, Debbie. . . . 167 Fioramonti, Karen . . . . . 66, 106, 109, 237 Gillespie, Leigh . _124, 237 Donock, Steven. 204 Fioramonti, William . . 58, 105, 219 Gilliam, Erik . . . . . 105, 219 Donohue, Diane. 115, 204 Fischer, Jennifer . . . 205 Gillis, Reginald. .50, 220 Donohue, Janice. 236 Fisher, Brenda . 219 Gilroy, Patti. .72, 220 267 Gilroy, Russell. 170 GIRL ' S BASKETBALL . . 68 Girls and Boys State . . . . 83 Glahn, Gary. 120, 122, 220 Glass, Penelope. 220 Glenn, Karen. 237 Glenn, Leslie. 237 Godlove, Garland. 237 Godlove, Mark . 206 Goldman, Dale. 120, 122, 237 GOLF . .63 Gomer, Dale. . 92 Gomez, Marina. 170 Gonchar, Laura. 125 Gooch, Susan. 220 Goodrick, Kathryn . 237 Goodwin, John. 220 Goodwin, Pamela. 18, 24, 85 90 120, 122, 171 Gorman, Nancy. 109, 237 Gossom, William . 237 Graham, Michael . 206 Graham, Sharon. 171 Gramling, Dale. 114 Grannel, Mary. 81, 206 Grant, Cynthia. 171 Grant, Cynthia. 237 Grant, Richard . 114, 206 Greene, Cheryl. 109, 237 Green, Robert. 237 Green, Sandra. 206 Greenberg, Robert. . 78, 111, 171 Greene, Mark . . 81, 110, 220 Greenfield, Marcia. 220 Greenfield, Susan .... 171 Greenquist, Rick. 171 Greason, Sandra . 171 Griffith. Gail . 90, 171 Griggs, Lynn. 78 81, 116. 117, 206 Grimes, Catherine .... 90, 171 Grimes, Judith . 120, 122, 237 Groesbeck, Desire .... 220 Grogan, Paul. 171 Groger, Susan. . 6 , 109, 238 Groills, Dennis. . 90 Groshon, Michele. 206 Groves, Col Joseph . . 127 Groves, Dennis. 120, 122, 238 Grubb, Perry. 42, 220 Gudger, James. 238 Gueder, Susan . . . 37, 90, 170 Guerin, Richard . 206 Guerin, Robert . 238 Guernsey, Alison. 105, 220 Guernsey, Douglas.... 170 Guice, April. . . 78, 80, 98, 106 110.113, 172 Guice, Edward . 220 GUIDANCE DEPT. 130 Gunnells, James. 238 GYMNASTICS. . 72 H Haase, Susan . 79, 106, 120, 122, 220 Hajec, Ann. . 79, 238 Hajec, James . . . 49, 52, 206 Hale, Edward. 114, 206 Haley, Janet . 238 Hall, Beverly. 120, 121, 206 Hall, Russell. 144, 220 Hall, Sandra . ■ 66, 109, 238 Hall, Sharon . 109, 238 Hamblin, Virginia. 120, 206 Hamilton, Darlene .... 220 Hamilton, Mr. Edward . 145 Hamilton, Mrs. Wilma . 144 Hammerle, Miss Holly . . 64, 149 Hamner, James. . 48, 206 Hanafan, Patricia. 238 Haney, Douglas . 172 Haney, Sharon . 105, 109, 110, 238 Haney, Mike . 114 Hanley, Richard . 172 Hanna, Mark . . 96, 179, 199 Hanner, Kim . ■ 38, 172 Hanrahan, Donna. . 24, 238 Hanrahan, Kathleen . . . . 21, 94, 200, 206 Hansen, Steven. 238 Hansley, Sherry . 114 Hanson, Gregg. 206 Harding, Patricia . • 43, 238 Harmon, Gregg. . 58, 220 Harmon, Hoi 1 i. 220 Harnage, Denise. 115 Harper-, Mrs. Carolyn . . 145 Harrel, Delois. . 67, 238 Harrington, Tom. . 44, 206 Harris, April. 104, 172 Harris, Bradley. . . 82, 83, 92, 172 Harris, Jill. . . 79, 83, 220 Harris, Linda. 206 Harris, Michael. . . 38, 48. 220 Harris. Miss Betsy .... 140 Harris, Mr. E. Wayne . . 137 Harris, Phyllis. 115, 172 Harris, Teresa. 124, 238 Hart, Brian.78, 86, 105, 107, 113, 172 Hart, Michael . 238 Hart, Susan. ■ 67, 189, 220 Hartell, Diane.97, 81, 106, 120, 122, 220 Hartman, Louise. 120, 122, 172 Harvey, Vicki. 206 Hascall, George. 238 Hascall, Marcie.21, 94, 116, 117, 173 Hastings, Gregg.221 Hastings, Patricia.173 Hatcher, Darlene .238 Hatcher, Kenneth.221 Hatton, Dennis .238 Haveac, James.112 Hawkins, Mr. Roy.146 Hayden, Mr. William .138 Hayes, Alta. 18, 24, 90, 115, 173 Hayes, Dwight.221 Hayhurst, Carol.116, 119, 238 Hayhurst, Lyle. 18, 38, 44, 96 102, 173, 198 Haynie, Mrs. Mary.134 Healey, Theresa. 78, 85, 90, 173 Heater, Richard . 78, 80, 120, 122, 206 Heath, Deanna . 66, 76, 106, 109, 238 Heath, Rebecca .206 Hecker, Bruce.206 Hecker, Janet.238 Hedrick, Christine . 120, 121, 221 Hedrick, Mary. 121, 206 Heiner, Mrs. Linda. 108, 151 Heins, Mrs. Edith. 110, 152 Helt, Bonnie .173 Henard, Nancy . 120, 121, 221 Henderson, Garland. 43, 238 Henderson, LaVern .238 Hennesssey, Bonnie ... 78, 98, 120, 122, 173 Henrikson, Cheryl.173 Henrikson, Diane. 106, 207 Henry, Catherine . 81, 106, 108, 207 Henry, Monica. 81, 106, 108, 221 Hepler, Mary.64, 173 Herrity, Gregory.221 Herrman, Laurie.238 Hershey, David.38, 50 Hershey, Leslie. 67, 109, 238 Heyman, Edward. 76, 81, 82, 83, 102 103, 106, 175, 197 Hill, Connie. 79, 81, 214, 221 Hill, Michael.173 Hill, Terry .207 Hillier, Mr. Michael.137 Hiner, Annette.238 Hoak, Becky . 120, 122, 238 Hoak, Donna.173 Hockenberry .221 HOCKEY.64 Hogan, Debra.173 Hogan, John.102, 114, 173 Hogan, Vivian.102, 114, 174 Holland, Cynthia.238 Holland, Linda .207 Holland, Rebecca.207 Holland, Wendell.174 Holloway, David. 107, 207 Holloway, John. 82, 207 Holman, Katherine.238 Holmes, Marianne .238 Holmes, Michael.174 Holper, Linda . 115, 174 Honesty, Gail . 102, 207 Hooper, Dana.221 Hoover, Kevin. 76, 77, 78, 83 103, 174, 197 Hopkins, George .238 Hopkins, Karen. 106, 238 Hopkins, Richard .238 Horner, Sidney.238 Horton, Barbara. 72, 78, 81, 90, 102, 207 Hoskins, Dwight.174 Hosmer, Allen. Ill, 207 Hosmer, Virginia .221 Houkal, Rebecca . 67, 79, 109, 238 Howard, Alan .174 Howard, Austin. 44, 207 Howard, Gerald . 78, 81, 92, 200, 207 Howard, Kenneth.238 Howell, Karen ' .238 Hrabe, Russell .238 Hueston, Paula.207 Hughes, Richard. 78, 103, 111, 113, 174 Hughes, Susan.96, 115, 174 Hull, Debra .174 Hull, Judith. 78, 80, 82, 83, 207 Hull, Linda.175 HUMAN RELATIONS.102 Hume, Karol .238 Humphrey, Kelly.221 Hunsberger, Kent.221 Hunt, Dawn. 120, 122, 221 Hunter, Nancy. 90, 207 Hunter, Sheryl.120, 121, 175 Hunter, Victor.92, 175 Hurlock, Arthur.238 Husey, David.207 Hutchinson, Mary.207 Hutchison, Donna. 72, 98, 109, 221 Huylebroeck, Michael .239 Hyde, Karen .207 I ICT . Idigpio, Cynthia. 114, 221 Idigpio, David.207 Ingalsbe, Randy. 78, 104, 105, 111, 175 Ingrando, Michael .207 Inman, Judy. 114, 175 Isom, Charles.239 Isom, David.175 ITS ACADEMIC.103 Ivie, Andrea. 114, 221 Izurida, Genny .207 J Jackson, Douglas.239 Jackson, Eric .239 Jackson, Evelyn. 102, 116, 118, 221 Jackson, Garland.221 Jackson, John.175 Jackson, Paul.239 Jackson, Richard.175 Jackson, Wanda. 17, 24, 115, 175, 197 Jackson, William . 114, 175 Jacobs, Michael. Ill, 239 Jacobsen, Theresa. 67, 109, 239 Jacobson, Richard.58, 113, 175 JAGUAR JOURNAL.86 Jamison, Janice. 24, 66, 106, 221 Jamison, John. 43, 52, 239 Jenkins, Barbara .114 Jenkins, Linda.221 Jennings, Sherri.221 J i beau It, David . 105, 221 Johnson, Cynthia. 114, 175 Johnson, Dennis. 120, 122, 221 Johnson, Diane. 109, 221 Johnson, Gary. 76, 77, 81, 82 83, 125, 176, 198 Johnson, George .239 Johnson, Marguerite.176 Johnson, Michael. 58, 221 Johnson, Suzanne . 78, 207 Johnston, Linda .221 Joki, Janice.81, 207 Jolly, Steven.239 Jones, Bruce.92, 176 Jones, Corlis.176 Jones, Debra.207 Jones, John.176 Jones, Karen. 106, 108, 109, 221 Jones, Linwood .176 Jones, Mr. Paul Jones .129 Jones, Ronnie. 120, 122, 176 Jones, Russell .221 Jordan, JoAnn. 78, 94, 120, 121, 207 Jordan, Susan.239 Jordan, William.62, 111, 207 Joseph, Martha. 64, 83, 109, 110, 221 Julian, Elaine . 114, 176 JUNIORS.200 K Karageorge, Helen. 98, 106, 221 Karicher, Tobin.176 Kassey, Ilona .239 Kaufman, James.239 Kawatomari, Keith.221 Kearns, Dennis.207 Kearns, Douglas.221 Kearns, Linda. 115, 177 Keel, Mary Louise.239 Keith, Rose.221 Keller, Eric . 48, 106, 221 Kelm, Sarah.207 Kenestrick, Elizabeth. 94, 200, 207 Kennedy, Keith.83, 111, 207 Kennedy, Kyle.239 Kennick, Carol .177 Kent, Peggy.177 Kerins, John. 43, 79, 239 Kerins, Mary Ann. 77, 78, 80, 90, 207 Kerns, Samuel .177 Kerns, William . 78, 177 KEY CLUB.92 KEYETTES.90 Keys, John.207 Kiawans, Doug.114 Kidd, Kenneth.239 Kidd, Nettie.221 Kidwell, Ralph .239 Kilbourne, Mr. Ronald.130 Kim, Kyung .221 Kimmell, Hollen. 79, 106, 116, 118, 221 Kimmell, Brandon.207 King, Claudia . 21, 116, 119, 239 King, Mr. Joseph.128 Kirby, Christine.239 Kirby, John .177 Kirby, Robert.144 Kirkland, Sharon.221 Kirkpatrick, Linda.239 Kisley, Terry.221 Kistulentz, Patrice. 76, 77, 78, ' 80 120, 122, 207 Kleinfelder, Danny.177 Klika, Donald . 43, 239 Kline, Vickie. 120, 122, 239 Klinger, Zina.207 Knauer, Dorothy. 105, 221 Knesrick, Joseph. 97, 177, 197 Knies, Kenneth. 43, 239 Knight, Helene. 69, 100, 207 Knight, Thomas. 106, 120, 122, 222 268 Knott, Ginger . 78, 98, 102, 120, 122, 177 Kobayashi, Beverly .... 66, 79, 105, 109, 239 Kobayashi, Teresa. 64, 79, 105, 109, 222 Koch, Fredrick .222 Koch, William.81, 207 Koch, Kathy. 78, 177 Koesling, Ingrid.222 Kopach, Paul.239 Kowatomori, Ann.239 Krause, Glenn.239 Kraynock, Gary. 48, 222 Krysinski, Neal.222 Kuhn, David.•..239 Kulik, Mr. David.135 Kyle, Arthur. 105, 112, 239 L LaCasse, Michael. _ 38, 44, 177, 198 Laird, Mrs. Dorothea . . . 146 Lamb, Judy. 178 Lamb, Martha . 208 Lambert, Carol . 178 Lambert, Steve. 239 Lancaster, Eva . 239 Lancaster, Edgar . . 43 Landry, Diane. 208 Lane, Roberta. 125, 222 Langlais, Cheryl. 108, 222 Langlais, Michael. 114, 222 LANGUAGE Dept. 138 Lanpher, Ted. . 78, 103, 178 Lansdown, Carl. 44, 178 Lansdown, Theresa . . . . 208 Larsen, Cynthia. 239 Larsen, David . 105, 222 Lau, David. _ 43, 50, 208, 239 Lau, Donald. . 52 Laurendeau, John. 222 Lauffer, Rebecca . 222 Lawhorn, Theresa. 239 Lawrence, Lynne . 114, 115, 178 Lawrence, Mr. Kenneth . 141 Lawson, Judith. 222 Lawson, Patricia. 208 Layland, Jonathan . 110, 208 Layland, Mike. ... 78, 120, 122, 178 Le, Que . . . . „ 222 Lee, Eleanor. 222 Lee, Erin . 239 Lee, John. 208 Lee, Zelma . 222 Lehman, Christopher . . . 239 Lemon, Mrs. Edith. 131 Lemons, Kimberly . 239 Letzkus, Mark. 239 Letzkus, Michael . . . 49 ' , 52, 222 Levin, Martin. . 78, 107, 208 Levitt, Patricia . ... 68, 109, 110, 208 Lewis, Cathy. ... 68, 102, 109, 208 Lewis, Gerald. 239 Lewis, Greg. 208 Lewis, Karen. 240 Lewis, Scott . 178 LIBRARY Staff . 132 Liebau, Robert . ... 92, 120, 122, 208 Liggett, Michael. 222 Liggett, Timothy. 208 Lillevig, Mr. Arthur . . . . 135 Lilliard, Mrs. Sandra . . . 132 Lilly, Mrs. Bernice. . 148 Lindsay, Scott. 240 Linn, Theresa. . 222 List, Cheryl . .... 70, 79. 109, 248 List, Valerie. . 94, 178 LITERARY MAGAZINE . . 88 Little, Deborah . 1 9 Little, Mr. Robert. 150 Littlewood, Lisa. 102, 208 Littlewood, Thomas . . . . 43, 240 Lloyd, Michael . . 43, 240 Locassio. Mr. John . . . . .150 Locklear, Sandra . .222 Lodsun, Lisa. 240 Lomax, David . . 222 Long, Orrin . 222 Looney, Jack. 211 Lottig, Robert. .1 9 Love, Mrs. Francisca... . 139 Loveless, Danny. . 38, 179 Loveless, Wayne. . 222 Loving, Mr. John . . 43, 142 Lowenhaupt, Bruce . . . . 208 Lowenstern, James . . . . 113, 222 Lu, Amos. . 78, 111, 179 Lucas, Deborah. .179 Lucas, Frank. . 222 Lucas, Sharon. . 222 Ludwig, Fredrick . . 208 Lundien, Craig . . 18, 1 9 Lunsford, Gil. ... 38, 196, 102, 179 Lunsford, Richard. . 240 Lunsby, Raymond. . 222 Lustig, Christina. 124, 240 Lustig, Marty. . 94, 208 Lutz, Sharon . . 67 , 6, 109, 120 121, 214, 222 Lutz, Valerie. . 76, 79, 106, 122, 222 Lynch, Deborah. . 222 Lyon, Joni . . 35, 115, 1 9 M MacAuley, Molly. 79, 80, 105, 109, 222 MacDaniel, Col. Henry .144 MacDonald, David . 43, 240 MacDonald, Diane.208 MacDonald, John E.208 MacDonald, John T.208 MacDonald, Paul . 105, 110, 222 MacGowan, Catherine. 83, 109, 240 MacGowan, Elizabeth. 78, 80, 107 109, 111, 208 MacGowan, Virginia.79 Maclnnis, Timothy.240 MacNevin, Beth . 90, 102, 120, 121, 208 Maddox, Mrs. Mary.72, 148 Madrid, Patricia.240 Magarity, Wesley.222 Magarity, Virginia.179 Mag ill, Robert. 18, 38, 50, 179 Mahler, Mary Beth.240 Mahoney, Kathy .222 Mahoney, Kevin .179 Maiatico, Paul.Ill, 112, 223 Major, Barbara. 35, 68, 94, 179 Major, Dean. 223 Malakatis, Gus.240 Malick, Cynthia. 106, 240 Manning, Randy.223 Mansfield, Michael.240 Mares, Mrs. Donna .133 Maricle, Charles.223 Maricle, Linda.180 Marsha, Brenda . 124, 240 Marshall, Marc.208 Martin, James.240 Martin, Jill. 85, 113, 208 Martin, Laurie. 115, 208 Martinez, Leticia.208 Marvin, Eric. 43, 105, 240 Mason, Marketta.240 Mason, Russell.240 Masse, Armand. 120, 122, 208 Massey, Michael.240 Mastropaolo, Lisa. 64, 90, 208 Matalavage, Mr. Ronald .148 MATH Dept.135 Mathena, Bob. 86, 241 Mathena, Rebecca. 86, 87, 115, 209 Matheson, Sharon . 125, 180 Matheisen, Stephen. 105, 240 Mathis, David .241 Mathews, Debra. 105, 120, 112, 214, 223 Mattson, Monica. 78, 80, 209 Mattson, Pamela.241 Mattusch, Alix. 125, 223 Mattusch, Margot.180 Mauer, Elizabeth .108 Mauer, Richard. 43, 241 Mauer, Shirley . 108, 180 May, Linda. 106, 109, 241 Maynard, Edward.180 McAuliffe, Jack.241 McAuliffe, Lucy.223 McCann, Edward .78, 111, 120, 122, 180 McCann, Terrance.223 McCafferty, Mr. Alphonsus.144 McCarthy, Jennifer. 120, 241 McCarthy, William . 120, 122, 209 McClafferty, Vicki.209 McClintoch, Katherine.223 McClintoch, Ronald. 58, 241 McCrae, Pegi . 106, 120, 122, 223 McCuen, David.241 McCullock, Mr . Albert.149 McDaniel, Bruce. 38, 96, 209 McDaniel, Jane. 77, 90, 108, 180 McDaniel, Miss Sharon.142 McDonough, Debra .223 McDonough, Novella. 114, 208 McElwee, Robin.241 McElwee, Susan.100 McFaden, Donna . 110, 241 McFeature, Mr. John. 114, 147 McGill, Miss Elizabeth.145 McGinnis, Mrs. Judith.141 McGraw, William .180 McGuirk, Patricia.180 McIntosh, Gregory.209 McIntyre, Phil. 76, 92, 120, 181 McKenna, Geoffrey . 79, 104, 241 McKeever, Amanda.181 McKinney, Debra. 106, 116, 118, 223 McMillan, John. 38, 44, 96, 209 McMillan, Julie.241 McQuain, George. 104, 105, 158, 181 McWhirt, Mary. 79, 81, 105, 106, 223 Meade, Cynthia. 102, 120, 121, 209 Mechem, Debbie . 90, 209 Mechem, Pam. 102, 120, 121, 241 Meeks, Janet.223 Meeks, Teresa . 120, 122, 124, 181 Megaw, George . 110, 120, 122, 181 Megaw, Stuart.223 Mella, Terry. Ill, 223 Melvin, Rebecca. 82, 83, 181 Mendoza, Lorraine. 64, 109, 209 Merrell, Blair.223 Merrell, Kendra.181 Merrell, Kevin.241 Mesisca, Cynthia .223 Metras, Ann.181 Metz, Mrs. Ingrid.105 Metzler, Jan . 106, 224 Meyer, Melissa.181 Meyer, Richard.224 Micale, Christine .241 Mickle, Phillip.114 Michael, Barry . 42, 224 Mikovits, John.224 Mikovits, Judy.241 Mikovits, Julie .241 Miles, James.224 Milhado, Robin.181 Miller, Geraldine .241 Miller, Geraldine . 115, 182 Miller, Kevin.241 Miller, Lawrence. 105, 241 Miller, Vincent .224 Millican, Teresa. 105, 224 Mills, Michael.241 Minturn, Blair. 124, 230, 241 Minturn, Brooke .... 26, 67, 94, 109, 125, 209 MISS FCHS.32 Molina, Patricia . 114, 224 Monaghan, Pamela. 105, 224 Monick, Nora. 77, 90, 209 Montena, Jacquelin. 105, 224 Montminy, Joseph . 38, 209 Montminy, William. 52, 241 Moore, Bret. 105, 241 Moore, Richard. 120, 122, 182 Moran, Cynthia. 105, 120, 122, 209 Mordhorst, Mark. 104, 224 Moreau, Katheryn. 120, 122, 209 Moreland, Debbie. 106, 224 Morgan, Cathy.182 Morrell, Donald. 43, 241 Morrow, Donald .241 Morrow, Susan. 120, 121, 241 Morrison, Darlene .224 Morrison, Timothy. 104, 105, 224 Mosier, Vickie.241 Moss, Deborah. 18, 90, 102, 114, 182 Moss, James. 38, 96, 102, 182 Mosser, Mr. Dwight.150 Mott, Joan.224 Mott, Nancy.241 Mountjoy, Gary. 42, 224 Moy, Loretta .241 Murdock, Francine . . . . 25, 106, 117, 118, 224 Murdock, Sheilah. 94, 182 Murdock, Timothy .241 Murfee, Martin .241 Murphy, Dawn.241 Murphy, Karen . 98, 209 Murphy, Kathy.241 Murphy, Michael.241 Murphy, Robert D. 38, 48, 209 Murphy, Robert T. 38, 94, 182 MUSIC Dept.152 Myers, Randy .224 Myles, Williams . 27, 78, 83, 89 105, 107, 112, 209 N Nappo, Niel. Nash, Joyce. Neilan, Michael . Nelson, Caroline. Nelson, Richard. Nelson, Sharon. Nestor, Sam . Newsome, Mr. Richard NHS. Nicchitta, Mark. Nicholas, Constance . . Nicholas, Katherine . . . Nicholas, Mark. Nicholas, Theresa NJHS. . 106, 224 .241 .241 .18 .224 .241 .241 .135 .78 .224 120, 121, 122, 224 . 144, 224 .224 .241 Noble, Jeffrey.242 Nolan, Cathy.94 Nolan, Christine. 120, 122, 224 Nopo, Tony.242 Nordness, Mrs. Anne. 108, 151 Nordstrom, Karen .... 68, 78, 80, 90, 109, 209 Norris, Phyllis. 109, 242 Nubbe, Gail. 98, 209 Nubbe, William.224 Nunez, Mrs. Dora.132 Nystrom, Ronald.182 o O ' Connel, Michael . O’Connell, Kathleen O’Connell, William . Oden, Hillary. O’Donnell, Bruce . . O’Hara, Jane. Ohleger, Daniel . . . Oke, Richard. Oliver, James. Olivo, Kathleen Olivola, Karen. Olson, James. Olson, Larry. O’Malley, Carl. Oney, Thomas. ORGANIZATIONS . . Ortega, Lourdes . . . O ' Shields, Malcolm O’Shields, Malinda. Overby, Terri. .224 . 102, 106, 120 122, 209 .224 .182 .242 . . 27, 82, 83, 89, 224 . . 27, 82, 83, 89, 183 .242 _ 38, 96, 102, 183 .242 . 18, 64, 78, 80 81, 84, 90, 183 .209 .183 .183 82, 83, 110, 113, 183 .75 . 114, 224 .209 .242 . 114, 183 269 Overcash, Chris. 120, 122, 209 Owens, Brenda. 120, 122, 125, 209 Owens, Robert. 120, 122, 125, 224 Owensby, Bill. 38, 96, 209 Oz, Cindy. 85, 209 P Painter, Dawn.242 Painer, Stephanie. 64. 90, 183 Painer, Victoria.209 Paljug, Joyce . 115, 209 Pallansch, Mary.83 Palmer, Clarke. 38, 209 Palmer, Gary. 106, 224 Palmer, Lisa .242 Paquette, David . 44, 209 Parker, Howard.224 Parks, Kathleen .224 Parmenter, Barbara. 83, 242 Passino, Thomas . 49, 52, 224 Patch, Dona. 120, 242 Patchan, Anne.242 Patchan, John.224 Patt, Brenda . 105, 224 Patterson, James. Ill, 242 Patterson, Patricia.209 Patterson, Yvonne. 114, 224 Payne, Archie. 42, 49, 52, 224 Payne, Linda.209 Paynter, Deana.242 Pazanowski, Bernard.224 Pazanowski, Kathleen. 78, 81, 98, 184 PE Dept.148 Peachy, Deborah .242 Pelham, Carolyn.209 Pelton, James.242 Pendleton, Mary.242 Pennie, James .209 Penson, John .43 Penwell, Paula. 120, 225 Pereira, Luis.184 Pereira, Paulo. 114, 184 Perkins, Beverly.209 Perkins, William.242 Perroots, Leonard .50, 184 Perroots, Steven. 50, 105, 225 Perry, Daniel. 125, 242 Peters, Hank.89 Peters, Natalie.242 Peters, Sally.225 Peterson, Nancy. 83, 225 Peterson, Ted.. 38, 44, 209 Pettigrew, Gene.242 Pewtherer, Kevin .242 Pfaff, John. 120, 122, 225 Phelps, Karen.184 Pierson, Patricia.225 Pigge, Dianna.225 Pigge, Teresa. 114, 209 Pignotti, Patrick. 125, 184 Pignotti, Kaye. 64, 72, 225 Pilkerton, John.225 Pinson, Charles . 52, 209 Pitts, Ronald.184 Plaag, Gary. 79, 105, 120, 122, 225 Place, Jeff. 78, 83, 89, 92 184, 110, 105 Platt, Janet . 90, 115, 120, 184 Plum, Deborah .184 Plybon, Arlene .242 Pohedra, Mary.242 Pohedra, Susan .242 Pollard, Shirley.225 Pollard, Kelvin .242 Pollock , Danny.225 Pometto, Daniel .225 Pometto, Peter. 50, 78, 185 Portalea, Ceclia.242 Porter, Brett .242 Powell, Theresa. 110, 242 Powers, Mrs. Ruby.132 Price, Brian.225 Price, Carl. 78, 104, 105, 185 Price, John . 43, 243 PRIDE WEEK.20 Proctor, Jay. 38, 96, 209 Proffitt, Brenda.225 PROM.34 Przywara, Judith.94, 185 Puckett, Judith.243 Pugh, Mrs. Susan.131 Pumphrey, Clifford. 79, 80, 111, 113 120, 122, 225 Pumphrey, Leonard . 78, 80, 92, 103 111, 120, 122, 185 R Radcliff, Donna.185 Ragland, Joseph. 38, 44, 185 Ragland, Marjorie. 102, 225 Ragsdale, Darlene.243 Raines, Mary.210 Rainwater, Patsy.243 Ralston, Linda. 83, 113, 135, 210 Ramos, Alfredo.210 Ramos, Leal .225 Ramsey, Cynthia.243 Ramsey, William.243 Randall, Gloria .... 115, 185 Rankin, Nicole .... 243 Rankin, Theresa . . . . . . 79, 106, 110, 225 Rankin, William .... 43, 243 Ranta, Karen. 124, 243 Ratchford, Ann .... 114, 185 Ratchford, Robert. . 185 Ratcliff, Dana . 243 Rathna, Joy. 243 Rayyan, Mozen .... 243 Rector, Pamela .... 108, 243 Redden, Ramona . . 225 Redden, Rita. 98, 210 Reed, Bonnie . .109, 110, 243 Reed, David. 185 Reed, Stanley. . . . 62, 100, 111, 185 Reedy, Wayne. 225 Regan, Patrick .... 185 Register, Valeria. . . 186 Reich, Nancy. . . . 78, 102, 105, 109 120, 121, 122, 210 Reilly, Mr. Thomas. 148 Reinemer, Steven . . _ 22, 83, 110, 210 Rennolds, George . 225 Repass, Donna .... 243 Repass, Jeff . 92, 186 Revis, Elfrieda .... . 72, 78, 90, 109, 186 Reynolds, Miss Sandra . . 66, 68 Rhiger, Jayne. 225 Rhiger, Karen. . . . 81, 106, 122, 210 Rich, Kathy. 81, 210 Richard, Jeffrey . . . .49 52, 243 Richard, Margaret . 214, 225 Richard, Patricia. . . .90, 106, 210 Richards, Elizabeth 210 Richards, Terry .... 114, 210 Richardson, Andrew . 78, 84, 92, 186 Richardson, Frieda. . . 66, 106, 109, 243 Ricks, Raymond . . . 210 Ricks, Ronald. 225 Rider, Daniel. 243 Ridgeway, Mary . . . 186 Ridingin, Delores . , 225 Ridingin, Dorna.... 108, 186 RIFLE CLUB . 111 RIFLE TEAM. . 62 Rigggles, James . . . 210 Riggles, Ronald . . . 243 Riley, Michael. 186 Ring, Mr. Carl. 137 Rinker, Nancy. 243 Ritter, Dara. . . . 78, 120, 122, 210 Ritter, Karen. 120 Roadcap, Carolyn . . 79, 225 Roadcap, Peggy , . . 94, 186 Roark, Ronnie. 187 Roberts, David .... 52, 245 Roberts, Kathleen . 187 Roberts, Kenneth . . 243 Robertson, Pam . . . 210 Robertson, Sally . . . .70, 109, 243 Robey, Jim . 38, 187 Robinson, Joseph. . .120, 122, 243 Roche, Donald .... 243 Rock, Carol. 187 Rodgers, Bruce.... .120, 122, 187 Rodman, Judy. 78, 81, 94, 116, 117, 210 Rodman, Richard . . 187 Rodriguez, Michael 43, 243 Rohr, Lawerence . . 225 Rollison, Susan.... 243 Rooney, Richard . . . 225 Roop, Nancy . 187 Rose, Catherine . . . 239 Rose, Sherry. _ 34, 78, 109, 210 Roth, Jeffrey. 225 Rowe, Vicki. 225 Rowlands, Kenneth 187 Rozier, Donald .... 114, 210 Ruddle, Timothy . . . 188 Ruggere, Ann . _ 79, 81, 106, 120 122, 214, 226 Ruiseco, Mario .... 213 Rukenbrod, Kneila . . . . 90, 120, 121, 210 Rukenbrod, Ronald 42, 226 Rumsey, David .... 83, 243 Rumsey, Roberta . . 114, 210 Russell, Mrs. Carol 133 Russell, Robert.... . 38, 96, 188 Russell, Stephen . . 210 Russelavage, Veronica . 226 Rutledge, Paula . . . 226 Ryan, Abigail. . 78, 80, 86, 87, 106 107, 111, 113, 211 Ryan, Margaret .... . 76, 77, 78, 80 90, 103, 113, 188 Ryan, Mrs. Ruth . . . 132 Ryan, Sandra. 211 s Sabin, Kenneth .... 226 SADIE HAWKINS . . . 18 Sadlow, Claudia . . . 244 Samuelson, Robin . .120, 221, 226 Sapp, Mary . 244 Saylor, Ralph . 188 Saylor, Steven. 244 Scammon, Margaret 226 Schafer, Pam. 35, 78, 90, 188, 198 Schaffstall, John . . . _ 38, 50 96, 211 Schaffner, Joseph . 226 Schapner, Belle . . . 124 Scharfe, Sara . . 64 72, 78, 90, 109, 211 Scharr, Jennifer.120, 121, 211 Scheibner, Belle.81, 244 Scheider, Eric.244 Schimmel, Paul.188 Schindler, Doreen . 120, 221, 226 Schindler, Kathleen.110, 244 Schindler, William .96 Schmugge, Jeffrey.226 Schneider, Kevin . 52, 226 Scholetzke, Eric.226 Schultz, Nicholas.244 Schultz, Richard.211 Schwandt, Michael. 83, 105, 226 SCIENCE DEPT.137 Scott, Cheryl.188 Seay, Joseph.244 Seeley, Walter.244 Segaar, Edward . 78, 80, 120, 211 Segar, Linda.211 Seguine, Roy. 120, 122, 211 Sehrer, Christine . 108, 124, 244 Sell, Mr. Charles.145 Sellers, Robert.226 Sellers, Steven. Ill, 189 Selquist, Kristine. 83, 244 Selquist, Linda.21, 78, 81 102, 105, 211 Senn, William. 48, 104, 105, 113, 226 Serene, Jeanne.211 Sexton, Brian . 42, 125, 211 Sexton, Douglas.188 Seymore, Betty. 67, 244 Shackelford, Robert. 81, 83, 112, 211 Shackelford, Terry.244 Shaffer, Donna. 109, 124, 244 Shaffer, Karen.211 Sharrett, Diane.244 Shay, Tim.226 Shearon, Mrs. May.141 Sheetz, Carol .125 Sheldon, James.226 Sheldon, Susan.226 Shelton, Suzanne.244 Sheltra, Michele.244 Shepley, Doreen.64, 115, 211 Sherba, Suzanne . 35, 120, 122, 188 Sherfy, Dana.226 Sherfy, Pamela. 78, 189 Shifflett, Starr. 66, 70, 105, 226 Shiflett, Joni.226 Shine, Donna.84, 189 Shine, Stanley.244 Shipp, Jeffrey.245 Shipp, Kevin.211 Shoemaker, John.211 SHOP .150 Shore, Dwight.245 Short, Alan .44 Short, Patricia.245 Shovar, Susan.226 Shull, John .211 Sickle, Phyllis. 115, 211 Simko, Kathryn.211 Simko, Mary .245 Simmons, Bruce. 106, 227 Simmons, Margaret.211 Simmons, Ray. 79, 145 Simms, Grant .245 Simms, Michael .227 Simen, Boyd .227 Simounet, Craig.42 Simpson, Diana .227 Simpson, Gary .189 Sine, Judy. 115, 189 Sisler, Charles .212 Sisler, Donny.114 Sisler, Harry .227 Skaskew, Dale .107, 110, 212 Skorupinski, Leo .189 Slagle, Karl.189 Slane, Daniel.189 Slane, Pamela.245 Slinkard, Cheryl.227 Slominski, Barbara. 78, 102, 212 Slusher, Rhonda.25 Small, Mary. 114, 245 Small, Curt . 78, 80, 92, 120, 122, 212 Smith, Altheia.227 Smith, Anna.190 Smith, Barbara.227 Smith, Charles .245 Smith, James .12 Smith, Jan.245 Smith, Karen J.227 Smith, Karen L.227 Smith, Kathy. 115, 190 Smith, Kevin.190 Smith, LuAnn.227 Smith, Maureen . 104, 190 Smith, Michael.245 Smith, Phillip .245 Smith, Susan.212 Snyder, Kevin.49 Snyder, I Iona.227 So Hell, Jody .212 Sonnhalter, Ann.116, 119, 245 Sonnhalter, Paul.212 Sourbeer, Jerry. 78, 105, 212 Southee, Earl . 83, 89, 105, 245 Southee, Gina. 83, 105, 124, 227 Southee, Scott .212 Souther, Richard . 105, 106, 227 Spahr, Jordon.245 Speaks, Harold.227 Spewak, Mr. David.141 Spitale, Cesar. 43, 52, 243 Spitzer, Kathy.245 Spitzer, Miss Alpha.147 Sprague, Kelly .89, 212 270 Spring, Mrs. Jane . . .131 Todaro, Jane. .245 Weber, Mr. Paul .... 149 Springston, Steve . . . . .227 Todaro, Michael . . . . .192 Weber, Virgil. 114, 194 Stack, Hurdy. .227 Todd, Jerrell. . 125, 192 Webster, Laura. 246 Stafford, Jeanette . . . .227 Todd, Scott. .212 Weiner, James . 213 Stange, James . .190 Tomasono, Robert . . . 125, 245 Weisqerber, Miss Nancy. 131 Stangohr, John. .227 Tomes, Jan. _ 78, 80, 120, 122 Weissenborn, Tina . . 246 Stanley, Martha. . 79, 81, 105, 227 Tomes, Helen. .212 Welch, Susan . . 35, 72, 78, 90, 109, 194 Stanley, Timothy.... .212 Toward, Stephen . . . . 114, 212 Welk, Mrs. Elvera . . . 145 Stapleton, Leo . . 120, 122, 190 Tower, Paul. .192 Weds, Doris. 83, 229 Steadman, Mark .... . 120, 122, 245 Townsend, Robert . . .193 Weds, Mr. Mojor . . . 134 Stearns, Susan. ... 78, 84, 90, 190, 198 Townsend, Susan . . . .114, 125, 212 Wentz, Michael. 229 Steckbeck, James . . . 48, 106, 227 Towsend, Dianne . . . . 125, 228 West, Mary Ann . . . . 230, 246 Steckbeck, Linda . . . . 78, 84, 90, 190 Towsend, Joanne . . . .245 Wetrich, Thomas . . . .120, 122, 213 Steele. Sandra . ... 64, 78, 80, 109, 212 TRACK . . 59, 71 Weyer, Michele. 246 Stegner, Mr. James . .152 Trammell, Nancy . . . .245 Wharton, Brenda.... 213 Steidel, Steven. . 120, 122, 212 Trapnell, Elizabeth . .245 Whetzel, Eugene.... 246 Steidel, Susan. . . 79, 80, 120, 121, 227 Trapp, Thomas. . 42, 96, 228 White, Brenda. 246 Stepp, Mr. George . . .129 Trask, Gail. . . 22, 78, 80, 82, 83, 212 White, Robert. 229 Stevens, Carol . . 17, 76, 78, 80 Trenary, Donald . . . . . 112, 212 Whitfield, Lysa. 213 90, 120, 121, 212 Tretick, Michael . . . . .229 Whitley, Brenda . . , . 78, 194 Stevens, Catherine . . . 106, 110, 245 TRI-HI-Y. .100 Whitmore, Michael .. 105, 247 Stevens, Cheryl. . 76, 120, 121, 245 Triplett, Nelson. .246 Whitmore, Stephen. . 213 Stevens, Debra. . 76, 79, 81, 106 Trivett, Diane . .229 Wilcox, Mr. Steve. . . 144 120, 121, 122, 227 Trussed, Sheryl . . . . .81, 102, 110 Wiley, James. 213 Stevens, Elizabeth . . .122 121, 122, 212 Williams, Carole . . . . 247 Stevens, Gregory . . . .245 Trussed, Wdliam . . . . . 92, 120, 122, 246 Williams, Cheryl . . . . .120, 121, 247 Stevens, Lee. _ 122, 120, 212, 227 Tucker, Kenneth . . . . .212 Williams, Cindy. 195 Stevens, Lisa. .245 Tudor, Jennifer. . 79, 108, 246 Williams, Donald . .. 213 Stevens, Lucinda . . . .21. 94, 190 Turner, Harold . .193 Williams, Lisa. 68, 229 Stevenson, Eunice . . .212 Turner, Jesse. .212 Williams, Sandra . . . 247 Stevenson, James . . .227 Turner, Patricia. . 83, 229 Williams, Wayne . . . . ... 78, 81, 113, 213 Stevenson, Julia .... . 98, 227 Turner, Samuel .... . 126, 229 Wilson, Daniel. 111, 229 Stevenson, Kenneth . . 43, 245 Turney, Brian . .246 Wilson, Julie. .72, 109, 229 Stine, Douglas . . 120, 122, 190 Tyree, Dolores . 21, 78, 94, 116, 117, 212 Wilson, Marion. 213 Stinnette, Phyllis . . . . 104, 124, 227 Tyree, Donna. . 26, 78, 94, 200, 212 Wilson, Miss Elizabeth . 144 Stities, Caroline .... .227 Tyrell, Kevin . .228 Wilson, Richele . . . . 81, 229 Stock, Debra. .227 Wilson, Robert. 106, 229 Stock, Donald. .212 Wilson, Debbie. . 79 Stock, Susan. .245 Wimmer, Deborah . . . 106, 213 Wimmer, Peter. o, 213 Stoertz, Nancy . ... 78, 82, 83, 191, 198 Wimmer, Ray. 229 Stokely, Jack. . 80, 105, 110, 120, 227 Wimmer, Steven . .. . 247 Stone, Jack. . 22, 27, 83, 227 | | Wimmer, Thomas . .. 195 Stover, Linda. .191 u Wincek, Tamara . . . . 124, 247 Strain, Ann . .191 Winsboro, James . .. 195 Strain, John. .212 Uffinger, Mardyn . . . .193 Wirt, Joanne. 79. 247 Stratton, Betty. .245 Underwood, Mark . . .228 Wise, Farrell. . 76, 77, 78, 92 Stratton, Robert .... . 43, 245 Usery, Terry. . 114, 193 113, 120, 122, 195 Streets, .isa . . 100, 104, 228 Usilton, Leroy. . 38, 96, 193 Wismer, Teresa. 213 Streets ' , ' Margaret . . . . 104, 245 Utz, Thomas . . 38, 50, 96, 102, 193 Wolff, Michael. .78, 81, 195 Stribling, Benjamin . .212 Wolff, Patricia. 247 Strickland, Donna . . . . 100, 106, 245 Wood, Cathy. 195 Strysko, Mark. . 120, 122, 228 Wood, Diane. .102, 125, 195 Sudda,rth, Michael . . . 92, 120, 122, 228 Wood, Stanley. 122, 247 Suddarth, Ruth. . . 98, 120, 122, 125, 191 Wood, Wayne . 247 Sullivan, Catherine. . .191 Woodmansee, Mary . 247 Sullivan, John. .228 V Woods, Shirley. 195 Sulpice, Mrs. Vivian .80, 139 Woods, Terry. 196 Summers, Susan .... .115, 158, 191 Vaitsas, Steven .... .228 Woodside, Elizabeth 229 Sutton, Carolyn. .212 Vandergraaf, Diane. .213 Woodside, Peter. .. . 110, 196 Sutton, Denise . . 102, 191 Vandergraaf, Gil . . . .90, 193 Woodward, Cynthia . 247 Swindler, Holly. . 102, 212 Vanderhyden, Will . .213 Woodward, Terry . . . 50, 196 Swink, James. .114 Van Hart, Catherine .246 Woolridge, Debra . . . .66, 109, 229 Swink, Mary. .228 Van Mulders, John . .81 Woolridge, Tommi . . . . 66, 109, 124, 247 Syzdek, Joseph. .212 VARIETY SHOW . . . .29 Woolf, Douglas. 48, 213 Szarnicki, Mark. . 79, 102, 120, 245 Vasaio, August .... .228 Wortman, Terrance . 213 Szczepanski, Joanne . 79, 98, 110, 228 Vinson Richard.... . 112, 213 Woyna, Kris. 112, 213 Szczepanski, Wanda . 78, 80, 98, 191 Vogel, jerry. . 125, 228 Wratchford, Reu Ann 213 Szymanski, Michael . . 76, 77, 83, 102 Vogel, Paul. . 58, 213 Wright, William. 196 105, 106, 191, 198 Vosburg, Gary. _ 82, 83, 105, 213 Vosburg, William . . .246 VOT. .115 Vucci, Catherine . . . .246 T Y TABS. Yagyu, Mari. 247 Tacey, Sharon. .212 Yanick, Barbara . . . . . . 21, 116, 119, 247 Tassi, Julie. . 120, 122, 245 Yanick, Marcia. . 17, 35, 78, 80 Tate, Jennifer. . 105, 228 w 85, 94, 196, 198 Tate, Russell. .191 Yarbrough, David . . . . 42, 229 Tavelli, Lisa. .100,192 Wade, Fredrika .... . 67, 79, 83, 228 Yassine, Rashad . . . . 229 Tavelli, Mark. . 105, 245 Wade, James. . 42, 229 YEARBOOK STAFF . . 84 Taylor, Beatrice .... .245 Wade, Randy. . 38, 50, 96, 229 Yermack, Gregory . . 229 Taylor, Denise. . . . 21, 79, 117, 118, 228 Wade, Rhett. _ 38, 96, 102, 193 Yermeck, Robin . . . . 213 Taylor, Douglas .... .245 Wadleigh, Catherine . 120, 122, 193 York, Bryant . 247 Taylor, Patricia. .78 Wagner, Melvin . . . . .246 York, Rhonda . .78, 1U8, 196 Taylor, Robin . .228 Walck, Eric . . 83, 246 Young, Anita. 17, 90, 116, 117, 196 Taylor, Ronald . . 18, 78, 81, 92 Walck, Loren. . 78, 213 Youngblood, Sandra .116, 119, 247 111, 113, 158, 192 Walker, Joyce_ 18, 102, 108, 115, 125, 194 Yount, Mr. William . . 144 Taylor, Terry. .212 Walker, Judy. . . 102, 120, 121, 213 TENNIS. . 61,67 Walker, Mrs. Mary . . 104, 108 Terry, Beverly. .245 Walker, Ronald .... .229 212 106 Tew, David. . 50, 78, 212 Wad, Dave. .246 Tew, Vicki . .192 Wad, Kathryn. _ 79, 100, 108, 246 Theoharis, Christine .212 Wallace, Carol . . . . . 79, 246 Z THESPIANS. Wader, Susan. . 120, 122, 229 Thibeault, Nancy . . . . 98, 228 Wader, Thomas . . . . . 78, 194 Zeltvay, Nicholas . . . 247 Thierbach, Mark . . . . . 80, 104, 192 Walters, Lee Ann . . .116, 117, 213 Ziegler, Susan . 109, 229 Thoma Jennifer. . 98, 106, 228 Ward, Diane. 21, 79, 109, 116, 118, 229 Zimmer, Cheryl. 213 Thomas, Barbara . . . . 114, 212 Ward, Richard. . 114, 194 Zimmerman, Charles 247 Thomas, Carol . .81, 82, 83 Ward, Scott. .246 Zimmerman, David . . 196 Thomas, Daniel. .192 Waters, Janice . . . . .246 Zimmerman, Leslie . 229 Thomas, Mr. William .136 Wathen, Mike . . 102, 105, 246 Zimmerman, Linda . . 229 Thomas, Pamela .... .114, 115, 212 Wathen, James . . . . . 104, 246 Zirkle, Donald. 247 Thomas, Paul . . 83, 245 Watkins, Anna. .246 Zuntz, Larry. ... 76, 78, 107, 196 Thomas, Rhonda.... . 124, 228 Waymack, Mark . . . . 18, 76, 78, 103 Thomas, Scott. . 114, 212 105, 158, 194, 198 Thomason, Mary .... . 82, 83, 106, 228 Weaver, Cynthia . . . . 72, 109, 229 Thompson, Catherine . 105, 109, 228 Weaver, Wendy . . . . . . 35, 77, 84, 90, 194 Thompson, Deborah. . 124, 212 Webb, Mr, Robert. . . 125, 152 Thompson, Donald . . . 102, 245 Webb, Ronald. . 125, 194 Tibeault, Dave. .110 Webber, John. . 49, 52, 213 Tillery, Valecia. .192 Webber, Karen . . . . . 109, 246 Tilson, Carole. .245 Weber, Diane . 78, 98, 124, 125, 213 Timmer, Beverly . . . . . 102, 228 Weber, Joseph . . . . .38 Tinner, Rebecca .. .. .228 Weber, Michael. . . . . 38, 194 271 ¥ai»u NAM OFFICIALLY 273 DAY BY DAY Being just a student at FC is not enough for most people. Fulfillment comes in many ways. For some, it may be the enthusiastic cheering at a pep rally with their friends. For others it is the satisfaction gained not only through winning, but competing. Sometimes it may come through knowing you can jokingly run for principal without any previous experience! It comes with the ease of finding friendship in a crowd, or the peace of solitude. BECOMING 274 275 We came to Falls Church High with many hopes and expectations. They ranged from excellence in sports to scholastic achievements. These ambitions often seemed very distant and impossible to grasp. Yet, in time, we found the qualities within ourselves needed to attain them. Through meeting ordinary occurrences, whether they seemed important or not, we were brought a step closer to reaching our own personal goals. . . .DAY DAY 276


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