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

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FALLS CHURCH HIGH SCHOOL FALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA Volume XXXV CONTENTS FACULTY . STUDENT LIFE . . . SPORTS. ORGANIZATIONS . STUDENTS. ADVERTISEMENTS INDEX. The evaluation of the whole school was a predominant activity this year. The underlying theme was discovery. Learning the benefits of getting along, knowing your strengths and weaknesses, and realizing ways of improvement are all ways of discovering yourself. 3 Competition is a challenge that everyone must meet sometime in his life. Leaders and teachers are important to compete successfully. They are more experienced, and there is much to learn from them. Perseverance, even when one ' s bones are tired and one doesn ' t feel that he can continue, is a necessary part of learning to compete. Followers are also a factor. They show that competition not only benefits oneself but the school also. Discovering this challenge of competition and meeting it is a worthwhile accomplishment to make. 4 5 6 One ' s strengths. As varied as a kaleidoscope ' s colors are the facets of Falls Church High School activities which evoke the exploration and discovery of talent. Typing skills will prove to be a key to valuable job market opportunities. To perform an efficient " shampoo and set " is a talent in which high school basics are successfully applied to career development. The value of communications ability is emphasized in Distributive Education classes; this talent is vital for business prosperity. Talents which would otherwise remain dormant are revealed by the extensive realm of extra-curricular activities. Our notorious band is an outlet for musical exploration; cheerleading, too, requires individual abilities of coordination and flexibility and their incorporation into a smiling unity. 7 8 Learning to live and work side by side with people of all types is often very difficult. The school is made up of several different sections but they must all co¬ exist amicably in order to successfully survive. Realizing this and giving it an extra effort, whether it is with your classmates, fellow athletes, or friends, is an important discovery. 9 10 Improvement for one ' s self is attained through participation in the school ' s activities. Performing in front of a crowd to the best of one ' s ability helps develop courage and leadership. Participating in vocational courses teaches special skills that range from hair styling to drafting. Joining a club means learning new ideas, meeting people, and developing a sense of responsibility. Each individual must discover the best methods to improve himself, for he knows best his goals. Participating in the school ' s activities, whether curricular or extracurricular, is an important part of any student ' s education. It gives another perspective to the function of a school. Joining the band teaches one discipline as well as responsibility to a group instead of to oneself. Helping in the main office, answering students ' questions and the telephone, lets one see what goes into running a big school and how important every single person is to the whole operation. Joining in the school spirit gives one a sense of pride and belonging and helps the school as well as oneself. Giving a speech in front of a class helps form better methods of communication; something that is needed in anything one does. Practicing photography helps one improve a skill that is used almost everywhere. Participation benefits oneself as well as the school, but everyone must make his own discovery as to how to achieve this. 12 13 ■ms- Limits exist to each individual ' s capacity for " involvement. " Recognizing the approach of one ' s breaking point might save pennies otherwise allocated for Excedrin, and if not, the happiness of a silly giggle and the contentment of a short snooze will prove as effective a panacea. In other words, man cannot live by BAND alone! 14 ■i ' VtO; • HftelPi . , ■ mw$0mk i . ' - iliflt ' )0£?3t ' ' jSvwfcSS Jj • »fw m g|I|f pdg jmm Smmm S0T ' ' fc ' • i • ; HasHnagR mmmM fes®® sia gs 1 SSJI88S;: S$f 5 l ■B WmBSm t-fc ' 16 Nfjl MSMm FACULTY Freshmen typically experience discovery upon entrance to high school, but the 1974-75 school year opened with an administrative plan new to upperclassmen, too. In an attempt to de¬ centralize the functioning of Falls Church High School, an assistant principal was designated for each class. " A.P ' s " also were individually assigned supervision of various academic and vocational departments. Thus valuable managerial assistance was evenly distributed and school operated smoothly. Perhaps most important was the opportunity for individual pupil identity with administrators, vital to the unity of a diverse student body. DR. JAMES R. WILSON Principal New Administrative Plan Effective ' d you steal my lunch money?” Dr. Wilson displays his talent on the guitar. 18 MR. SAL Dl GIORGI Assistant Principal MRS. LOUISE HAACK Assistant Principal Not Pictured MR. JAMES POWELL Administrative Aid MR. GEORGE STEPP Assistant Principal MR. PAUL JONES Administrative and Library Aid 19 MISS NANCY WEISGERBER Guidance Counselor MRS. LOVESTINE EVERTON Guidance Counselor MR. RONALD KILBOURNE Guidance Counselor MR. JAMES FLANNAGAN Guidance Director The Guidance Department, consisting of men and women concerned with the well being of all students, is an important and indispensable part of a functioning high school. All students make discoveries throughout their high school years and at some time turn to the Guidance Department to find their way. Every student at Falls Church comes to Guidance for help with college selections, personal problems, job opportunities, and never, never, never ending schedule changes, changes, changes. This year the Guidance Department changed its structure to enable two counselors to work with each class and remain with that class until graduation. This allowed the counselors to really get to know the students. The expanded services provided by the Guidance Department included a new Human Relations Coordinator and Speech Therapist who aided students both in groups and as individuals with their problems. 20 MRS. RAMONA FORNEY Guidance Counselor MRS. JANE SPRING Guidance Counselor Guidance Expands Its Se MR. JAMES DICK Guidance Counselor MISS DENA HENDERSON Human Relations MRS. EDITH LEMON Guidance Counselor rvices MISS PATRICIA ADDISON Speech Therapist 21 MRS. DOLORES BRANDT Attendance Secretary " Aw, come on! " 22 MRS. BETTY PARKER Finance Officer MRS. PAUL Nurse MRS. CHARLOTTE MCLAIN ADP Secretaries Accept Difficult Duties Secretaries are among the important persons that work for our school. The Main Office Secretary takes care of the incoming and outgoing mail, receiving phone calls, taking messages for the administrators and giving students assistance. In the Guidance Office the secretary ' s duties include typing letters, keeping appointments in order for the day, and receiving telephone calls for the counselors. The Attendance Secretary takes care of the student attendance for the school day, gives out passes for late arrivals, and maintains student ' s attendance records. The ADP Secretary keeps all types of records such as master schedules, lockers, attendance, and grades for the students. The Finance Officer keeps the school ' s money records in order. MRS. RUTH RYAN Head Librarian MRS. WINNIE BALDERSON Li brarian MRS. ROBERTA PALMER Assistant Librarian 23 MRS. JUDITH MCGINNIS English 10 New Course Offerings Help Students Learn MRS. BEVERLY KNOLL English 1 1, 12 MR. THOMAS BROGAN English 11,12 MS. SHARON MCDANIEL English 10 24 I MRS. KATHRYN MCCALLUM Reading The new program of studies in the English Department was designed to develop student competency in communications skills and habits of wide reading and critical thinking. To explore these ideas, classes were offered in mass media, creative writing, and journalism. Reading electives and other courses were offered and individualized to meet the students ' needs. MRS. ANNIE RIVERS ESL, English 10 25 MR. GEORGE ALLEN Public Speaking, Drama 1,2,3 MRS. JANE BIALAS English 9 MRS. MARION BETENBAUGH English 9 MR. KENNETH LAWRENCE Creative Writing, English 11,12 MRS. SANDRA TREADWAY English 10, Journalism MISS BETSY HARRIS English 11,12 MRS. MARY WALKER English 10 MR. LAWRENCE DOWELL MRS. MARGARET FITZGERALD Humanities, English 1 1, 12 Humanities, English 1 1,12 MR. DAVID SPEWAK English 9 MRS. JOY THOMAS English 9, 10 MRS. MARY SHEARON Department Chairman American Civ., English 1 1 English Department Explores New Ideas " I don ' t believe you finally came to class! " 27 Social Studies Offers Topics of Today and Yesterday MR. JOHN MURPHY Department Chairman Amer. Civ., Economics, U.S. History MR. ALPHONSUS MCCAFFERTY Geography mMHPIl MR. EDWARD HAMILTON U.S. Government MRS. WILMA HAMILTON World Civilization MISS ELIZABETH MCGILL World History, U.S. History MRS. THERESA MICHEALS Sociology, World History t MR. DOUG BURSCH World Geography, World Civ. COL. HENRY MACDANIEL World History, U.S. History " I feel good all under!” f Social Studies classes this year attempted to expose students to issues such as the state of the world economy; what a depression is really like; what effects the Middle East oil monopoly might have on our lives; the energy crisis; and the environment. The department offered elective courses for juniors and seniors in psychology, sociology, and economics, World Civilization, World Geography. American Civilization and Humanities were classes also available to Social Studies students. Not Pictured MRS. EDWINA EVANS U.S. History, U.S. Government Not Pictured MR. STEVE WILCOX World History " Women only need a sixth grade education anyhow. " MR. WILLIAM YOUNT Government MISS ELIZABETH WILSON U.S. History MRS. CAROLYN HARPER U.S. History " I can ' t help it if I ' m perfect. " 29 Bob tries to con Mrs. Metz into giving him an A in Latin. ESL Increases Enrollment MRS. INGRID METZ Latin 1,2,4 English 10 The Foreign Language program includes both modern and classical languages. A recent addition to the program was English as a second language, in which approximately 900 students were enrolled. The priority of the curriculum was to give the students the increasing ability to understand the language, to speak it, to read it with care and enjoyment and to write correctly and creatively. MRS. ANDREA HECKLER German 1,2 MRS. ELVERA WELK Psychology, German 3,4 30 MRS. LINDA COWGILL Department Chairman ESL, Spanish 5 MRS. JUDYOKAWA Spanish 1,3,4 MR. WILLIAM HAYDEN Spanish 1,2,3 MRS. FRANSISCA LOVE Spanish 1,2,3 MRS. VIVIAN SULPICE French 1,2,3 MRS. SHARON WALBRIDGE ESL, French 1,2,4,5 31 The Mathematics Department had two main concepts in its curricular offerings: practical arithmetic and academic mathematics. The former consisted of two courses. General Mathematics was taught to 9th and 10th grades, and Consumer Mathematics interested the upperclassmen. The objectives of these courses were remedial work and proficiency in basic skills, and development of the ability to apply these skills to everyday living. The latter consisted of Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry, Algebra 2-Trigonometry, Tri¬ gonometry-Functions, Functions and Analytic Geometry, and Calculus. These courses developed understanding of theory, manipulative skill, and necessary background for higher mathematics courses. An elective course in Computer Science was also being taught to a limited group of students. The student was acquainted with computer language and its appl ication. MRS. MARY HAYNIE Geometry, Algebra 1 —part 2 MRS. SALLY ROVETTI Mathematics 2, Algebra 1 MR. ARTHUR LILLEVIG Mathematics 2, Algebra 1, Geometry MR. BRUCE CAMPELL Mathematics 2, Algebra 2 MR. JOHN FEATHER Mathematics 2, Geometry 32 MR. BERNARD GARHART Department Chairman Consumer Mathematics, Algebra 2, Calculus MRS. JANICE STUBIN T rigonometry-Functions,BDPI, Computer Science Math Dept Stresses Application of Skills to Daily Living MISS ELLEN COMEAU Mathematics 2, Algebra 2, Geometry MR. RICHARD NEWSOME Mathematics 2, Geometry, Functions, Functions-Analytic Geometry MR. MARTIN BONNETT Mathematics 2, Algebra 1, Algebra 2 MRS. MARY CARLSEN Mathematics 2, Geometry, Algebra 2—Trigonometry 33 MR. MAJOR WELLS Alg. 1, Geometry Consumer Math MR. FRIEDMAN SCHOON Math Science Aide 34 MRS. JEAN ADAMS Art 1, Art 2 MRS. AGNES FROMER Art 1, Art 2 MISS JEANNIE HILL Orchestra MRS. WILMA HAMILTON Choral Director MRS. EDITH HEINS Department Chairman Humanities, Creative Crafts Arts 1,2,3 MR. JAMES STEGNER Department Chairman Music Theory, Humanities Intermediate Advanced Bands Music Department Expands With the discovery of many new faculty members, the Fine Arts Department was able to achieve higher goals than in previous years. The chorus worked toward more sophisticated performances and student involvement. The Bands prepared for their year-end trip to Virginia Beach but this time as Honor Band. The stage band was organized for the first time in several years and interest was generated in the small but excellent string program. The Art Branch helped develop students ' awareness of aesthetic values and provided them with the unique opportunity to meet their needs for self-expression. The Art Department believes it is in the arts that the adolescent seeks his own form of identity and expression. MR. ETHAN ARNOW Assistant Director of Bands 35 MR. RICHARD LUNSFORD BSCS-sm MR. JOHN SPENCER BSCS-sm MR. CARL RING BSCS-sm Science Department Strives to Serve Students ' Needs MR. MICHAEL HILLIER Phys. Science, BSCS-sm MR. JULIUS COHN Astronomy MRS. CAROLYN CANZANO Chemistry, BSCS 36 " Not another explosion! " The Science Department ' s objective this year was to serve the needs of the individual student. All classes were laboratory-oriented; that is, the activities were devised in order that students learned by " doing. " The science teachers strived to prepare the graduates for the present and the future — whether they chose to immediately pursue a vocation or continue in formal education. Not Pictured MRS. BILLIE ABELL Biology 2, BSCS MRS. BETTY HAVARD Department Chairman Chemistry f MRS. ARMETHA CORBIN Chemistry, Physics 37 MISS SUSAN SCOTT Steno 1, Typing 1 MRS. ARLENE FALLAW Department Chairman Typing 1, Shorthand MRS. VERA BLAKE Clerk Typing 1, Typing 1 The Business Department continued to o ffer elective subjects to develop business understanding for everyday living, to develop personal-use skills, and to prepare students for entry level office jobs. Vocational training was given in Stenography, Clerk Typing, and data processing. Senior students in business could spend part of the day on the job in a cooperative work program. The stenographic laboratory with up-to -date office furniture and equipment was used for the first time this year. The most popular subject in the Business Department was typing, which many students learned for personal use. For those who felt they could not spend a full year, a one-semester course was offered. MRS. MARY ELLEN NORMOYLE Typing 1, General Business MRS. DOROTHEA LAIRD Personal Typing, Typing 1, General Business 38 Business Department Prepa res Students for Vocations Not pictured MR. MICHAEL BETO ICT MRS. ALICE COUCH Steno 2, COE 39 I MISS ELLYN SOEFER Girls ' PE 9, 10 MRS. ANN BELLOS Department Chairman Girls ' PE 9 Physical Education Department Develops All Types of Skills The main goal of this year ' s Physical Education Department was to help the students improve not only their skills but to build themselves into strong individuals. The Driver Education for the first time this year had Co-ed classrooms, and students taking Behind-the-Wheel were chosen by age, not grade. This year the Girls ' Physical Education Department not only welcomed a lot of new incoming Freshmen but also acquired a new Department Chairman. Additional assets to the PE Department were the Gym Assistants who assisted the underclassmen and the Gym Teachers. 40 MR. ALBERT MCCULLOCK Department Chairman BPE 9,1 1,12 MR. WALLY AKE BPE 9, 10 MR. ROBERT HERB BPE 9, 10 Not Pictured MR. JAMES WARREN MR. RONALD MATALAVAGE MR. JAMES BRIA MR. PAUL WEBER Athletic Director " Don ' t tell me you didn ' t see the banana peel! " 41 MRS. HILDA GREGOR Cosmetology 1,2 Not Pictured MRS. CAROL BROADY Home Ec. Home Economics Comes Through In A " How ° bou, " ' in9 Pinch MRS. MARILYN CLARK Department Chairman Bach. Living, Home Ec, 1, Food Service MRS. ANNE NORDNESS Sewing, Needlework, Marriage Family, Child Development, Home Ec. MISS YVONNE ELZINGE Sewing, Needlework, Party foods, Home Ec. 1 42 MR. JOHN LOCASIO Shop 1, World of Construction MR. ERIC GOTTSCHALK Shop 1, Shop 2 MR. HARVEY COOPER Department Chairman Mech. Drawing 1 4, Arch. Drawing MR. ROBERT LITTLE Maintenance and Repair 1 2 The Home Ec. Department was always the place to go this year if you needed anything from a punch bowl to needle and thread. Home Ec. was not only a place of good smells, mouth watering concoctions and cheerful seamstresses but it was a place that taught both girls and boys to live economically. The students were prepared with skills such as sewing, cleaning, and cooking. The Industrial Arts Department continued to make the courses available to all who wished to learn about our industrial society and acquire some of the skills involved in many of the occupations related to it. Emphasis was placed on the career implications of the courses so that students could consider entering any of these vocations. Also, prevocational preparation for such areas as auto mechanics, electronics and drafting was offered. MR. DWIGHT MOSSER Electronics 1,T.V. Service 1 2 MR. JOSEPH SCANGO Auto Mechanics “If you had drawn Mickey Mouse to scale right you would know that his ears are bigger than his head. " 43 Custodian Efficiency Impressive MR. HORACE MCCARROLL Head Custodian Talk about reliability! As if our custodians hadn ' t enough to do in maintaining the cleanest school in the county, they never failed to place tables for bake sales and ring orders nor to provide auditorium microphones for unexpected assemblies. Dear Custodial Staff: THANK YOU ' !! Custodian Staff: Standing —Charles Culbreath, Dewey Simmons, David Cox, Everett Terny, Horace McCarroll. Seated Im Chum Kim, Yang Sun Chang, Delena Hatcher, Regina Lee, Jean Davis. - wmmmm mmmn Mare u wi - 3WWaW 8! ISS Bj i ■HifeaMft ffi; ‘l JfFSt V? • - . mm ‘amm torn wmm aesas .. ,T v‘ ' --T VY-3j5BHg6 jFnfE iSr ' WjtfrtR,- 3P qgaK • - • ' . ♦ • r: i i» - i mtm m -issse? % . ($$ 3HFUi 2 s. nMn ititil R3Pnm««s I « .1SSW (BScm TX ,vv— . • ifA Cl ..1 T m ■ , m m imm m z m 44 Cafeteria Staff: Standing —Evelyn Duncan, Head Cashier; Rae Philpott, Jean Mahoney, Ruth Hopkins, Marion Jones Betty Douglas, Edna Tepper, Jan Weitrich, Ann Jibeault, Peggy Utterback, Mary McHugh, Hazel Ball. Seated —Grace Farrell Assistant Manager; Edna Edison, Annie Kennedy, Joan Clements, Cafeteria Manager; Frances Allison Cafeteria Quenches Hunger Pangs Our cafeteria has earned a reputation as the finest lunchroom in Fairfax County. Clean, bright, and cheerful (the bulletin displays were wonderful!) the cafeteria was the place to go for a delicious lunch. The menu was varied; in addition to the day ' s special lunch, a hamburger line and an a la carte line of soup, salad, sandwiches and desserts were maintained. Perhaps most popular were our new milkshake machines which produced shakes unsurpassed in thick, creamy flavor. The cafeteria staff had not forgotten early morning hunger pangs. A tasty breakfast —waffles, donuts, sometimes eggs and toast — was prepared daily for students, faculty, and administrators. That ' s concern for humankind — who else cared if your alarm clock failed? 5 45 1 : ' ' r ’ is® ; v:is StMS|AS 8 •••y- " . Mp H®tig ' flisp MU ' W k A WMm s% UWs - IWMHHMi |l vf. ' 43 i , v ' a u Wmm iSi feyy imi ’ ! SSitf . ’ - y. ' J ' " ssw Ss5s@w»fc; 46 . ■■ . $mm m $ ' s " ' ••il m . ti- : ;», ; :i M tv-, I hiiii ill v: ' ' : : . . f l-K ' S 4 ' £11 : STUDENT LIFE 47 Sanitarium staff searches frantically for Mr. Dowd. Invisible Rabbit Stars CAST Director — Mr. George Allen Myrtle Mae Simmons.Judy Depalma Veto Louise Simmons.Louise Arthur Elwood P. Dowd .Jack Stone Miss Johnson .Susan Bloom Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet.Gigi Cashion Ruth Kelly, R.N. Celeste Morrow Duane Wilson.Michael Held Lyman Sanderson, M.D.Willis Anderson William R. Chumley, M.D.Earl Southee Betty Chumley.Mary Thomason Judge Omar Gaffney .Warren Ford E.J. Lofgren .Victor Russillo Ruth is presented with a bouquet of Dr. Chumley ' s prize dahlias. 48 " Harvey " Presented as Fall Play The Drama Department ' s fall production this year was Harvey, a comedy about a pooka and the problems he caused because of his invisibility. The first show always has problems and this one was no exception. They included trying to find enough books for the bookcase, finding dahlias after a freeze, and getting the two doors to open at the right time. But, despite everything, the play was a success. The hard work paid off, and everyone celebrated at Michele ' s after it was all over. " Tell me more, Mother, " pleads Myrtle Mae. 49 Miss FCHS acts as honorary member of the Homecoming Court. Miss F.C.H.S. Pageant Acquires New Sponsor The Keyettes presented the tenth annual " Miss Falls Church High School " pageant on October 15th, 1974 in the auditorium to the theme of " Days of Wine and Roses. " Thirty-six girls competed for this honor — having gone through a grueling week of interviews, talent competitions and endless practices. Each girl was expected to model both casual and evening clothes in addition to presenting a talent exhibition. All were judged upon her poise, personality and attitude. Five finalists were selected form ten semi-finalists creating " Miss F.C.H.S. " and her court. Michele Barbaro was selected as " Miss Falls Church High School " for 1975 as well as being singled out for the Best Talent and Miss Congeniality awards. MISS FALLS CHURCH HIGH SCHOOL: Michelle Barbaro. 50 Miss F.C.H.S. Pageant 1974; Loo Stevens, Third Runner-up; Debbie McKinney, Fourth Runner-up; Sue Crocker, Second Runner-up; Michelle Barbaro, Miss F.C.H.S.; Patti Conrad, First Runner-up. Debbie steps high. Eddie escorts Michelle to her reign. 51 A fierce football game against Woodson heralded the arrival of Homecoming, 1974. During the anxiously-awaited half-time, hours and hours of time and effort were rewarded as the Freshmen upset the traditionally-top- notch Seniors by receiving first-place in the Homecoming Float Competition. " Put the Squeeze on Woodson " captioned their huge loaf of Wonder Bread. A giant panda bear captured the first-place prize for the Keyette Club float, " Create Pandamonium. " Highlighting half-time activities were the honoring of a beautiful Homecoming Court and the crowning of Queen Vicki Anthony. Homecoming festivities concluded Saturday night as the ' Senior Class presented the 1974 Homecoming Dance, " Stairway to Heaven. " Beneath the star-studded ceiling of a beau¬ tifully-decorated cafeteria, a large turn-out of couples danced to the music of " Cape Horn. " " Homecoming 1974 " was truly a weekend to remember. 1 974-75 HOMECOMING QUEEN: Vicki Anthony. Couples Dance on a " Stairway to Heaven " 1 974-75 HOMECOMING COURT: seated — Denise Taylor, Sherry Welch, Sophomore; Debbie Sponable, Freshman; Moid-of-Honor; Vicki Anthony, Queen, standing — Jean Michelle Barbaro, Miss FCHS. Francis, Senior; Janet Bounds, Senior; Patti Conrad, Junior; 52 " I should have known that the car would run out of gas half way around the track! " exclaims Queen, Vicki Anthony. " Did you know that there is a rose growing out of your suit? " The " Fresh Guys " show their winning float. 53 Janet Place ' s folk singing was very popular. School ' s Hidden Talent Highlighted at Variety Show Archie gives an excellent rendition of " Something in the Way She Moves " . This year ' s Variety Show had an added attraction; ' Sonny ' , played by Scott Bono, and ' Cher ' , played by Sue Crocker, hosted the event. The entertainment included everything from the newest thing in cheerleading, The Jag-a-Lears, to an imitation of Ernestine Tomlin, to several folk guitarists. The Variety Show was a success last year for the Freshmen so they decided to sponsor the event again this year as Sophomores. It took place in the late fall and was just what was needed to start the holiday season off right. " May I help you? " snorts Ernestine, the operator. 54 Tina has a hard time getting her man! “Sadie Hawkins " is typically a successful time of year, and OUT 1 974 Sadie Hawkins Dance Everyone finds it fun to come in grubbies. proved no exception. The Dogpatch characters grubbed hard the week prior to the big dance; their reward — a gala marriage ceremony during Sadie Hawkins Day lunch where Marryin ' Sam tried his technique! This was only the beginning, for where else can you get married for 50 t ? Over 250 couples took advantage of the bargin rate that evening and were united in holy matrimony. (Of course Separatin ' Sue was just around the corner.) A terrific evening added an $850.00 bulge to Senior Class treasury; most importantly, the smiles and good cheer of Sadie Hawkins Day highlighted our 1974-75 school year. Bottom Row -—Mark Greene, Honest Abe; Kevin Schneider, Tiny Yokum; Wayne Reedy, L ' il Abner; Jeff Custer, Injun Joe; Bernie Pazanowski, Pappy Yokum; Ricky Burkhart, Earthquake McGoon; David Becker, Marryin ' Sam. Top Row — Gina Southee, Separatin ' Sue; Michelle Barbaro, Stupyfin ' Jones; Marina Evans, Wolf Gal; Loo Stevens, Daisy May; Pam Lawrence, Cave Gal; Judy DePalma, Mammy Yokum; Debbie McKinney, Passionata Von Climax; Valerie Lutz, Moonbeam McSwine. Sadie Hawkins Nets Over $800 55 Karen Andre awaits the final verdict. Larry Regan (Willis Anderson) congratulates Karen on her freedom. Audience Participates in " Night of January 16th " This year the Drama Club ' s annual production was " The Night of January 16th " by Ayn Rand. The play ' s setting was a courtroom in New York City. The defendant, Karen Andre, is on trial for the murder of her former employer and one-time lover. This interesting murder trial had the added aspect of audience participation. At the beginning of the play the foreman came forward and called 12 members from the audience to serve as the jury. After a parade of witnesses, for and against the defendant, the jury was excused to decide the verdict. At both performances, the jury found Karen Andre not guilty. 56 CAST Prison Matron.Janet Place Bailiff.Paul Macdonald Stenographer.Susan Mattson Clerk of the Court . . .Vic Russillo Judge Heath.Ear l Southee D.A. Flint.Eric Gilbertson His Secretary.Gina Southee Defense Att. Stevens .Jane O ' Hara Her Secretary.Lisa Smith Karen Andre.Michele Barbara Dr. Kirkland.Arthur Kyle Mr. John Hutchins . . .Sandi Vickroy Homer Van Fleet . . . .Jack Stone Elmer Sweeney.Warren Stone Nancy Lee Faulkner . . Mary Thomason J.G. Whitfield.David Rumsey Magda Svenson .Lynn Freehof Jane Chandler .Kathy Elkins Siguid Jungquist.Eric Walck Larry Regan.Ed Senn Robert Van Rinsseller .Susan Mattson D.A. Stevens knows she did a good job. 57 ' Top ' s Malt Shop " Featured at 50 ' s Dance " The Fifties Dance " was a most successful event this year. Our industrious Sophomores established " Pop ' s Malt Shop " at the rockin ' - round-the-clock-soc-hop, and Pop was besieged by pony-tailed, lipsticked girls and Vitalised guys. Contests for the best twisters, jitterbuggers, and costumed couple highlighted the gaiety. " Moon Tears " , aided by original 50 ' s I .p. ' s, provided the beat for our stomping bobby socks, saddle shoes, and penny loafers. In the year 2000, the January, 1975 evening of 50 ' s nostalgia will be remembered by photographs of ourselves posed on a sleek black Honda motorcycle. The ' best-dressed ' couple at the dance. " M-l-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E. " " I use a mixture of Vitalis and bee ' s wax!” Mrs. Haack shows us how it ' s really done. 58 Kathy Barnett entertains the crowd at the Variety Show portion of the Soul Dinner. " I liked the spareribs best!” " Soul Food " Stars at Dinner The 4th Annual Soul Dinner Variety Show was sponsored by the FCHS Human Relations Council. The huge crowd enjoyed an excellent meal in the cafeteria which featured traditional " soul food " . The Variety Show was presented in the auditorium, opening with the " Black National Athem " . Ms. Carol Martin from Channel 7 News presided as Emcee. Today ' s fashions and hairstyles were ably modeled by a number of our own black students. The Cole Harrison Dancers performed several routines. All in all it was a worthwhile mutual experience for those who were able to get one of the " sell-out " admissions. This boy savors the flavor of real soul food. 59 Valentine ' s Day Celebrated At Sweetheart Dance The year just wasn ' t complete without honoring St. Valentine. The Student Government presented, therefore, the 1975 Sweetheart Dance, “Traces of Love, " on the crystal clear evening of February 8. St. Valentine would have been proud, indeed, to have danced with his sweetheart surrounded by millions and millions of red crepe streamers and paper hearts. What band other than “Shadow Blue " could have traced the love of our couples that evening? The 1 975 Sweetheart Dance heralded the arrival of Valentine ' s spirit to Falls Church High School. 1 975 SWEETHEART QUEEN: Molly Macauley. Mr. Campbell gets ' pinned. ' 60 Jane Scott joins in the Court Dance. " I thought you ' d never ask! " 1975 SWEETHEART COURT: front row- Bev Blaisdell, Sophomore Representative; Blair Minturn, Maid-of-Honor; Alison Price, Freshman Representative: second row- Sue Crocker, Sophomore Representative; Sandy Welch, Sophomore Representative; Mary Jones, Freshman Representative; Jane Scott, Freshman Representative, third row- Robin Samuelson, Senior Representative; Tina Weissenborn, Junior Representative; fifth row- Christy Nolan, Senior Representative; Michelle Barbaro, Miss FCHS; Molly Macauley, Sweetheart Queen; Freida Richardson, Junior Representative, (not pictured- Vicki Anthony, Homecoming Queen; Simmy Murdock, Senior Representative; Susie Jordan, Junior Rep.) 61 Helen returns safely from town with Dr. Parry. " The Spiral Staircase " Opens As Spring Production " The Spiral Staircase " opened February 21 for a two performance run in the Little Theatre — to the relief of many. Overcoming minor setbacks such as finding a spiral staircase (the final one having four steps), reviving Liz from her fits of consumption and getting the doorknob to stay put. The " Drama Folk " went on to master the art of walking through walls, pouring " burgundy " everywhere but the glass and creating " air- conditioned " costumes for Caroline. The finishing touches of a doctor ' s bag named " Nurse " and mad scribbles of " Tee-Hee " stuck in odd corners were added. All said and done — the performance was an enjoyable experience even though Louise never did find time to cook Liz ' s broth. Cast Louise Arthur. .Mrs. Oates Liz Woodside. .Mrs. Warren Colleen Crowder. .Nurse Barker Caroline Stites. .Helen Willis Anderson. . Prof. Warren Warren Ford. . Stephen Rice Eric Gilbertson. .Constable David Rumsey . .Dr. Parry 62 Mrs. Warren reveals the truth about her illness. The constable informs Mrs. Oates of another murder. Mrs. Oates and Helen welcome Dr. Parry. Helen bids Dr. Parry a fond goodbye and nods in agreement to going with him when he returns. 63 MM 1975 PROM MAID-OF-HONOR: Wendy Wagoner. QUEEN: Janice Jamison. 64 1975 PROM COURT: first row — Sue Gooch, Jan Metzler, Dot Knauer, McKinney, Val Lutz, Doreen Schindler, Sue Haase, second row — Diane Michelle Barbara, Miss F.C.H.S.; Janice Jamison, Queen; Wendy Hartell, Molly Macauley, Sweetheart Queen; Terri Genduso. Wagoner, Maid-of-Honor; Vicki Anthony, Homecoming Queen; Debbie On May 23, 1975, the Junior Class of Falls Church High School presented its traditional farewell gift to the Senior Class in the form of the Junior-Senior Prom. Against the pastel shades of formals and co-ordinating tuxedos the band, Liberty, wove their musical spell. The Twin Bridges Marriott Persian Room provided the background for a true night to remember. Junior Class Produces Unforgettable Prom 65 ■ m :p. ’ugl ■ ' -, v; ' sjgrK ' ' . 1 ■ ■ z i§mmlUm p« p tes ■ ' " X rJwSv ' ( V: . 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' ■ ‘ - -i®48sSI : : : wV ' fe ' ;■ ' v.Ha , : . 1 I llll pgpfig mm : ' ;;4§XT£ff;i ;p:0 wsmsm WmfmPm 66 - ' 3 Mirani ®S§P%:,v • K -v r ■■ " ; 00: Igtggi SPMMnM ™Wi mtttam W®MM SPORTS 67 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: Perry Grubb, Kim Beamer, Barry Michaels, Mike Harris, Co-Copt.; Ron Caylor, Co-Copt.; Rick Burkhart, Co-Capt.; Randy Wade, Co-Copt.; Tom Trapp, Brian Craver, Mike Crocker, second row- Greg Bunch, Richard May Scott Silvester, Wes Gallahan, RobTomasino, Archie Payne, Gardy Henderson, David Yarbrough, Tom Speaks, Steve Anderson, Tim Morrison, third row- Doug Kearns, Alan Estep, Bob Stratton, Brian Baird, Bill Askins, Randy Balderson, Mark Beach, Jeff Richards, Jim Blumer, Gary Caylor, Steve Dunn, fourth row- Craig Simounet, Scott Harrison, Steve Bourne, John Baer, Norman Burwick, Will Crowder, Charlie Gray, Phil Harrison, Ted Staples, Jeff Wagoner, Jim Simpson, Ed Yarbrough, Jack Hurlock, Bill Rankin. (No Pictured-Dave McDonald.) Church 6 Wakefield Opponent 14 8 Robinson 20 26 Edison 21 6 Fairfax 13 14 Jefferson 7 13 Marshall 21 8 Woodson 12 6 Annandale 47 7 T.C. Williams 23 8 Stuart 28 The Varsity Football Team faired 2-8 in the extraordinarily tough Northern District during the " 74 " season. Although having a difficult time getting the offense and defense to have a good game on the same night, the " Jags " lost half their games by only one touchdown. Coach Jim Dick emphasized aggressive execution and perhaps started a tradition by taking the team to camp for a week of two-a- day summer practices. Despite contributing a great deal of time and effort, the squad fell prey to numerous injuries and an inordinate share of bad breaks. Mike " Red Foxx " Harris scores in the first win of the season. 68 Archie Payne lowers his head against Fairfax. Quarterback Brian Craver eludes Fairfax tacklers. Injuries and Mental Errors Plague Jaguars - KM ; Jg The Jaguars take the field! 69 Sophomore Ed Yarbrough scrambles for extra yardage. A Jefferson back crumbles beneath pressure from the Jaguar defensive line. 70 Jaguars Victorious Over Edison and Jefferson The Jaguars shellshocked Edison for the first victory of the season, 26-21, with the deciding touchdown coming in the form of a Brian Craver to Mike Harris touchdown bomb with 1 second left in the first half. Jefferson fell in a 14-7 defensive struggle led by defensive stalwarts Rick Burkhart, Ron Caylor, and Randy Wade. Sophomore back Charlie Gray speeds past Jefferson defenders. Ron Caylor and Tom Trapp make sure a Marshall back gets nowhere. Brian Craver completes a pass behind the protection of Rick Burkhart, Scott Sylvester, and Charlie Gray. 71 JUNIOR VARSITY: first row — Wes Gallahan, John Sherrill, Glen Lewis, Mark Askin, Greg Brown, Jim Simpson, Wayne Jenkins, second row — Will Crowder, Scott Stout, Frank Simonds, Bucky Methfessel, David Mathis, third row — Brad Lazerus, Phil Harrison, Joe Villa, Brad Daley, Harry Hueston, Ted Staples, Steve Jones, fourth row — Mike Martin, Scott Harrison, Mark LaRow, Lee Proctor, Jim Timis, John Kimmer, Skip Richard, fifth row — Melvin Martin, Bill Moffet, Tim Saunders, Doug West, Bill Epling, Jim Hixon. sixth row — Curt Grandy, Norman Burwick, Rich McKinney, Jody Karicher, seventh row — Mike Dejarnette, Robbie Mowson. Aggressive J.V. Manages 4-4 Season The Falls Church High School J.V. football Falls Church Opponent team combined aggressiveness and desire to establish a 4-4 record. After losing their first two games, the J.V. Jags changed things around to win 4 of their last 6 games. Leading 8 George Washington 14 this change offensively were quarterbacks, Jim Simpson and Doug West; running-backs, 0 Fairfax 32 Norman Burwick and Scott Stout; and offensive line stars, Wes Gilliam and Jim 14 Jefferson 6 Timis. Defensive stalwarts in this drive were defensive end, Ted Staples, defensive tackle, 14 Wakefield 8 Rick Oke; middle guard, Mark Askins; linebacker, Bucky Methfessel; and defensive 6 Woodson 7 back, Bill Epling. The highlights of the season were a 8 Annandale 6 hundred yard interception return for a touchdown by Bill Epling and a team effort to 2 Hammond 18 come from behind for a victory over Stuart. 16 Stuart 8 72 Baby Jags Boast Strong Defense The Freshman Football Team achieved a 4- 3 record this year while laying down a foundation for Falls Church ' s Football future. Offensively, John Buchan, Mark Fulford, and David Gatton led the Freshmen to four consecutive wins before dropping the last 3 games. The strongpoint of the team, however, was the defense. Anchored by tackles, Steve Swainkowski and Rocky Basham, Falls Church gave up only 58 points in seven games, 30 of which were in the Hammond game. Coach Al McCulloch,who has lost only 3 games during his tenure as Freshman Head Coach, and Jim Thorpe molded this year ' s freshman squad into a fine squad from which much is expected in the future. Falls Church Opponent 14 Fairfax 0 12 Jefferson 8 12 Oakton 6 14 Woodson 0 0 Annandale 6 12 Hammond 30 9 Stuart 8 FRESHMAN: front row — Matt Murray, Kevin Heater, Mark Fulford, Mark Mills, Rocky Basham, Steve Swainkowski, Danny Wade, second row — Ray Davis, Eric Shoemaker, Mike Clark, Mike MacNevin, Turner Kobayashi, Jim Anthony, third row — Donny Entsminger, Chuck Adams, Danny Richard, Scott Reeves, Danny Entsminger, Ted Mixon, Homer McElroy, Danny Evans, fourth row — Josh Shoemaker, Jeff Hale, David Macall, Jeff Artman, Frank Lobrozi, John Buchan, Randy Fulmer, Dale Mechem, William Weddle, fifth row —Bill Converse, David Kerns, Bill Morris, Bill Macarney, Greg Lawrence, Tom Dickerson, Allen Richardson, Robby Wolf, George Onion, Mike Lewey, Jimmy Knodey. 73 - VARSITY: first row — Anne Bertram, Manager; Sue Flynn, Teresa Kobayashi, Starr Shifflett, Kathy Anderson, second row — Coach Ellyn Soefer, Barb Boyer, Karen Fioramonti, Linda May, Bev Kobayashi, Pam Foltz, third row — Pam Mattson, Lisa Gilbertson, Tammie Wooldridge, Sandy Hall, Sue Jordan, Frieda Richardson. Record Places Jags Second in District Falls Church 0 0 3 3 2 4 3 3 Groveton Robinson Jefferson Fairfax Stuart Woodson Annandale Will iams Opponent 0 3 0 1 1 0 3 0 Lisa Gilbertson prepares to block a goal. " Won ' t Coach Soefer be proud of my stick work! " thinks Pam Mattson. 74 Young Team Has Successful Season The Varsity Hockey Team was once again so close yet so far from first place in the district as Robinson, with a record of 8-1, handed the girls their only defeat of the season, and for the second straight season forced the team to a second place district finish. Coaching the Falls Church Varsity Hockey Team this year was Miss Ellyn Soefer. The Junior Varsity Team was by far the youngest in the district. The girls learned the skills and stategy it took to play together as a team in just a few short weeks. Under the capable coaching of Miss Sandra Reynolds the team had a successful season, placing fourth in Districts and giving the girls experience in playing the game. Falls Church 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 Groveton Robinson Jefferson Fairfax Stuart Woodson Annandale Williams Opponent 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 " Girls, this is hockey, not golf! " screams Coach Reynolds. JUNIOR VARSITY: first row — Joan Trask, Sassy Schafstall, Diane Wast, Cathy Simpson, Audrey Henrikson. second row — Lane Hudson, Madeline Davis, Teresa Richardson, Jane Scott, Dorothy Wickert, Sue Hand, third row — Coach Sandy Reynolds, Brenda Schindler, Joan Anderson, Megan Smith, Kandi Ponton, Sue Herron, Dagny Davis, Nancy Olivola, Lee Erlandson. far. Si is Jr’iiM " i«« ‘•iitiWfjfi ffij BmRSLSI I H ' uu.n fiwiiu ISB! •« " r!D i; liSSl! dim inf f ' to " f. | • ' ■p W ' ’ . i ' v‘ J ra " CROSS COUNTRY: Dave Goodwin, Gary Flather, Mike Johnson, Bill Fioramonti, Jeff Custer, Larry Miller. Strong Individual Performances Key to Cross Country Season The Cross Country Team record of 2-4 did not do justice to the efforts of the team. The four meets they lost were by a total of fourteen points. The team chalked up impressive wins over Wakefield and Stuart while losing heartbreakers to Woodson and Robinson. The end of the dual meet season brought about the tournaments. This is where the individuals showed their stuff. In the District Tournaments, Larry Miller captured 1st place, Jeff Custer placed 9th, and Bill Fioramonti took 12th. Larry Miller and Jeff Custer went to the Regional Tournament where Miller ran 7th. He then went on to State Tournaments in Williamsburg and brought back 1 1th place. Falls Church Opponent 32 Annandale 27 30 Williams 25 15 Wakefield 45 30 Woodson 28 19 Stuart 39 25 Robinson 23 76 CROSS COUNTRY: Ken McGazzic, Marty Cunningham, Jody Rudacille, Floyd Monroe, Wade Snyder, Linda Anderson. g iHt Wm ■ f ffflm ' V K ■ 1 if S| SIS IM i ft | :®lg ; f. ■ lx! X WSk K ■ ' ; b mm 1 I Wi mm nniBi 5v, yc i aF -■ 0 ■ .m iSSkiiSV -w wKp . f --jn TENNIS TEAM: first row — Jeannie Francis, Leslie Hershey. second fourth row — Terri Rowland, Kathy Steidel, Cheryl Critchfield, Carol row —Teri Jacobson, Kay Schindler, Sue Hart, third row — Wendy Daniels, Mary Ellen Bennett, Mimi Mastropaolo, Becky Houkal, Ruth Anderson, Connie Arvis, Donna Fritz, Roxane Brocato, Judy Richard. Phillipon. The Girl ' s Tennis Team was coached this year by math teacher Mrs. Mary Carlsen. The team was made up of fifteen girls, each participating in matches throughout the season. Two girls, Carol Daniels and Mary Ellen Bennett, led the team this year in wins. Carol won first place in Districts and placed third in Regionals. Mary Ellen won six out of nine matches and participated in Districts and Regionals. Mrs. Carlsen was very pleased with the girls ' attitude and excitement that they held throughout the season. She also believes the team will win more matches next year due to the experience they gained this year. Tennis Team Sends Two to Districts Kay " Billie Jean " Schindler practices her forehand. Girls warm-up before a match. 77 Jaguars Suffer Disappointing Season The 1974-75 Varsity basketball season was one of changes. Mr. Jack Spencer, a graduate of Catholic U. and former coach at Hayfield High School, came to F.C.H.S. as varsity coach this year. He is responsible for the new look in the boys ' gym with the attractive Jaguar wall mural and the new name, " Jaguar Den. " The team this year had 2 wins, Wakefield and Thomas Jefferson, with one game left to play; losing 10 by 9 points or less. Graduating only two seniors, Mike Harris and Eric Keller, Mr. Spencer has already begun plans for next year with participation in a summer basketball league, and the new 1975-76 Wolftrap District of Stuart, Marshall, Oakton, Madison, Fairfax and Falls Church. Harris goes in for two as Joe Randall looks on. VARSITY BASKETBALL: first row — Mike Harris, Charlie Gray, Pete Davis, Eric Keller, Joe Randall, Gary Flather. second row — Jim Smith, Chris Craig, John Mastropaolo, Steve Matheison, Mike Lloyd, Mike Bolt. 78 Eric Keller passes off . . then shoots with textbook form. 79 John Mastropaola goes for a loose ball. New Coach Faces Tough Competition Falls Church 47 56 64 50 66 73 65 69 60 59 52 50 67 59 67 72 60 54 66 Varsity Lee Stuart Fairfax Wakefield Woodson Williams Jefferson Robinson Annandale Mt. Vernon Stuart Fairfax Wakefield Woodson Will iams Jefferson Madison Robinson Annandale Opponent 76 59 82 53 78 77 71 78 75 60 57 57 66 75 76 70 97 80 69 " Red Foxx " hits the boards! 80 The Jaguars play sound defense. " I don ' t want it! " 8) You ' re on the same team fellas! Jeff Wagoner finds a small obstacle in his path to the net. J.V. Falls Church Opponent 71 Edison 70 67 Lee 64 51 Stuart 53 43 Fairfax 44 58 Wakefield 55 56 Woodson 94 55 Washington 89 48 Jefferson 51 76 Robinson 67 61 Annandale 56 48 Mt. Vernon 60 39 Fairfax 43 63 Stuart 41 62 Wakefield 66 73 Woodson 59 50 Jefferson 73 83 Madison 66 55 Robinson 72 84 Annandale 74 Coach Spewk gives instructions. 82 JV starting line-up " huddles " before the game. Frosh Have Tough Time The Falls Church Freshman Basketball Team found a tough time for the 1974-1975 basketball season. The Baby Jags salvaged two victories on eleven starts. Falls Church was hampered by a low offensive output, averaging 32.8 points per game. The team was led by the scoring of Junior Nichols, and the team leading scorer, Anthony Hardy. Freshman Falls Church Opponent 33 Hammond 63 33 Jefferson 42 43 Robinson 41 33 Annandale 41 21 Fairfax 40 42 Stuart 28 36 Washington 48 28 Woodson 64 34 Hammond 42 22 Jefferson 46 36 Robinson 45 Bruce Webb looks for an open man. 83 jJAs. mr s Jl . ■ • • A i JBw fgrMjm 1 i e L. A t ' 1 SI A i, JJjSj mj, |y - SB -- ■ » J ' VARSITY: first row — Leslie Hershey, Marianne Daley, Pam Ryon, Pam Mary Ellen Bennett, LaVerne Henderson, Jeanette Deskins, Sharon Foultz, Roxanne Brocato. second row — Miss Sandy Reynolds, Coach; Hall, Susan Crocker, Lisa Gilbertson. Varsity Girls 1 Falls Church Opponent 41 Yorktown 50 Improve 59 Chantilly 34 T remendously 44 Herndon 43 The girls ' improvement on the Varsity 50 Langley 51 Basketball Team was shown on the court as well as off. The close games and the 55 Annandale 71 concentrated effort put forth by the girls led to an exciting season. Days of rebounds, 42 Fairfax 44 passing, and shooting paid off for the long hours spent at practice by the Varsity girls 70 Jefferson 32 and coach, Miss Sandra Reynolds. 52 Robinson 71 50 Stuart 60 44 Wakefield 3 46 70 Williams 45 43 Woodson 41 84 Jeanette Deskins goes in for a lay-up. Falls Church waits for a rebound from Yorktown. 85 f.wk l Jmt-; | -ft " Ik . A ft! ■ft W.M r s ' iggi 1 HL - y f Hfl k JUNIOR VARSITY: first row — Lori Logsdon, Kandi Ponton, Cathy Cunningham, Rita Miller, Vicky Allen, second row — Ana Escobar, Carol Hilleary, Denise Stanley, Mary Denny, Debbie Ford, Ms. Soefer, What goes up must come down. Coach, third row — Ann Bertram, Lynda Brown, Jane Scott, Dawn Hemingway, Martha Metcalfe, Carol Daniels, Monica Furr. Determined J.V. Have A Successful Season The concentrated effort and determination brought the girls their successful season. Coach Ellyn Soefer attributed this to a balanced team and the girls ' knowing how to handle the ball. Through the season they showed talent in rebounds, shooting, and very well planned and executed defensive play. Falls Church Opponent 60 Chantilly 24 39 Herndon 19 40 Langley 27 42 Annandale 30 39 Fairfax 21 30 Jefferson 37 17 Robinson 39 33 Stuart 28 57 Wakefield 23 34 Williams 49 38 Woodson 49 VARSITY SWIM TEAM: on edge of pool — Becky Baxter, Karen Fen- neman, Donna Brunner, Karen Fritz, Joanna Szczepanski, on diving board — Mrs. Sandy Treadway, Coach; Betsy McAllester, Carol Kondracki, Dagny Davis, captain; Linda Dougherty, Mary Anne West, Ronnie Campbell, Roxanne Brocoto, captain, standing — David Becker, Steve Hansen, Mark LaRow, Stan Calendine, Mike LaRow, Geoff Brunner, Roger Kitts, Tim Cook, captain. Youth Makes Swim Team Success Possible The Swim Team, coached by Mrs. Sandy Treadway, and captained by Tim Cook, Dagny Falls Church Opponent Davis, and Roxanne Brocato, had a highly successful season. This can be attributed to 83 Annandale 60 the many freshman and sophomore stars. They helped to lift their record to 4-2 and 86 Stuart 80 second in the district. This is much better than the 1-4 record of last year. One 70 Woodson 93 freshman, Mark LaRow, went undefeated in the dual meet season. The divers also 87 Robinson 76 improved greatly and contributed to the team ' s success. 198 Wakefield 140 The Swim Team placed 2nd in the District 80 Jefferson 86 Relay Carnival and 7th in the Regional Ralay Carnival. The team also sent 1 7 swimmers and divers to the Regional and State meets. The team is looking forward to having a great season next year, as only two seniors will be lost to graduation. 87 GYMNASTICS kneeling; Patti Gilroy, Larry Watkins, Beth Fortner, Erin Flynn, Barb Stryker, Cindy Weaver. 1st row; Linda Hartounge, Linda Anderson, Sharon Rutherford, Audrey Henrikson, Anne Uribe, Lynn Freehoff, Polly Trammel, JoAnne Kaplin, Becky McClafferty, Mary Jane Rike, Joyce Scott, Mrs. Mary Maddox Coach. 2nd row; Kelly Legate, Nancy Waller, Ilona Cassey, Cherly Friedman, Cindy Barnes, Evelyn Greene, Kay Bodnar, Patti Mintena, Sharon Farnsworth, Nena Delp, Diana West, Cathy Simpson, (not pictured — Patty Conrad) FalIs Church Opponent 137.35 Stuart 152.25 Woodson 157.25 1 19.90 Annandale 158.65 Fairfax 140.45 153.45 T.C. Williams 135.55 104.80 Robinson 168.45 130.40 Jefferson 157.15 145.25 Wakefield 129.15 Style, grace and flexibility are the important factors in gymnastics. These traits aren ' t born with us, as the F.C. Gymnastics team will tell you. The gymnasts spend hours of practice perfecting routines, learning new skills and learning how to become a team. Coach Mary Camille Maddox remarked that this year was the youngest and most talented team F.C. has ever had. In coming years, Coach Maddox expects to have a team that will produce a higher level of competition and the team to beat in Districts. Mary Jane displays her flexibility on the beam. 88 Larry Watkins warms up for her compulsory routine. Young Team Moves Ahead Beth Fortner takes a moment to breath before ending her routine. 89 WRESTLING: first row — Doug Tew, Reggie Gillis, Randy Wade, Rick Burkhart, Archie Payne, John Hanrahan, Bob Passino, Tom Passino, Jon DuBois. second row — Bob Blankenship, Kevin Schneider, Greg Stevens, Steve Peroots, Bob Benedict, Wes Gallahan, Scott Reaves, Sean Noone. third row — Dave Cobert, Mike Jacobs, Ken Knies, Robbie Mowson, Frank Labrozzi, Sam Entsminger, Jeff Richards, Mike De-Jarnette. fourth row — Jeff Artman, Danny Entsminger, Turner Kobayashi, Buck Methfessel, Matt McQuellin, John Tsitos, Don Lau, Mike Whitmore, fifth row — Danny Evans, Rex Hart, Duane Hamlett. The 1 974-75 Varsity Wrestling Team Iived up to the Falls Church tradition of past years. This year the Jags posted a 9-1 record, the lone defeat to last year ' s state runner-up, Robinson. The team won by devasting scores throughout the year, out scoring opponents 382-132. Coach Wilcox looked forward to a prosperous season, after a first year 8-12 record, with ten returning lettermen. The season started out with a bang, with 47-6 and 48-2 victories over Annandale and Woodson respectively. Falls Church carried a 4-0 record into the second Falls Church Invitational Wrestling Tournament. Falls Church Varsity Opponent 47 Annandale 6 48 Woodson 2 37 Fairfax 14 40 W L 12 34 Oakton 14 44 Williams 5 19 Robinson 37 33 Jefferson 17 49 Stuart 13 Steve Peroots smiles after another routine victory. 90 Jags Bring Home Three District Titles The new year began with what was labled as " the match of the week " by area papers against W-L. W-L was also undefeated and looking toward the Great Falls District title. W-L fans really came out to see this one but to their surprise witnessed a 40-12 rout. Following routine wins over Oakton and T.C. Williams, came the " match of the year " . Metro area No. 1 ranked Robinson met No. 2 ranked Falls Church in Jaguar country. Robinson proved victor, recording five falls, 37-19. Although unsatisfied with their showing, Falls Church faired better than any other team against Robinson in the last two years. The season ended on an up note with wins over Jefferson and arch-rival Stuart, 49- 13. Next came the district tournaments. The first day ended with Robinson in front by 22Vi points. Falls Church then made a big second day comeback. District titles went to super sophomore Bob Passino (105 lbs.) team leader Steven Perroots (119 lbs.), his second, and third year man Rick Burkhart (185 lbs.). Robinson won districts by a slim 133.5 to 127. Final placingswere Burt Claybourne (98 lbs.) fourth, Sam Smith (112 lbs.) fourth, Greg Stevens (126 lbs.) second, Jon DuBois (132 lbs.) third, Archie Payne (138 lbs.) third, Wes Gallahan (145 lbs.) fourth, Bob Benedict (155 lbs.) third, Randy Wade (167 lbs.) second, and Charlie Allen (Hwt.) third. RETURNING LETTERMEN: first row — Greg Stevens, Steve Peroots, Tom Wade, Rick Burkhart, Archie Payne, Jon DuBois. Passino, Bob Passino. second row — Wes Gallahan, Reggie Gillis, Randy 91 The 1974-75 Wrestling Team accepts the Christmas Tournament trophy. Burt Claybourne works for a turk. Varsity Wrestling Team Has Outstanding Season 92 Mr. Wooer congratulates the team. Greg Stevens works for a fall! Bobby Passino sticks again! 93 This referee tries hard to be eye-level with the floor. The only secret to success in wrestling is practice — and lots of it. The Junior Varsity Wrestlers demonstrated its worth this year by compiling an impressive record of seven victories against only two defeats and one tie. Among the outstanding team contributors were Mark Gardiner, Don Lau, and Mike Whitmore. The Baby Jags wound up with a 5-1 record showing promise for future wrestling fortunes. Wrestling is a demanding sport that requires complete self-discipline and the confidence in knowing that the long sessions spent in practice are essential in building a successful wrestling program. Junior Varsity and Freshman Uphold Reputation for Winning F.C.H.S. Wrestlers 94 Indoor Track Successful Once Again 1974-75 IN DOOR TRACK TEAM The Indoor Track Team, competing in its second season, did a good job once more. Outstanding runners this year were Ron Caylor, Ted Staples, Jack Hurlock, Richard May, and Larry Miller. Two outstanding jumpers were Richard Meyer and Jim Simpson. Indoor Track is mainly a warmup for outdoor Spring Track. Competitors size up their opponents and compete in dual meets and tournaments. They then get a good idea of what to expect in the coming spring. 95 RIFLE TEAM: front row — Joe DiSilvio, Cheri Gay, Miss Comeau, Coach; Kathy Savage, back row — Larry Patterson, Dan Wilson, Terry Mella. Shooters Put Forth Good Individual and Team Efforts F.C. Opponent 990 Ft. Belvoir Prep 1072 1010 Lee 1039 988 Woodson 1148 101 1 Fort Hunt 1153 1030 Robinson 1123 993 Hayfield 1084 1200 Lake Braddock 0 920 Herndon 999 980 Washington Lee 974 983 London 1073 1007 West Springfield 1076 1007 Yorktown 1044 The Rifle Team, captained by Terry Mella, was a hardworking team this year. Miss Comeau, in her fourth year of coaching, contributed much time and effort. The team had to travel into Maryland for their long practices. This made them a closely-knit team. The team strived to improve individual scores, as these are combined to get the team score. This makes rifling an individual as well as a team sport. " Deadeye " DiSilvio sights his target. 96 1974-75 GOLF TEAM Golf Team Looks Ahead The Golf Team had a rather disappointing season. Hurt by the loss of third man, Jim Gunnells, the team struggled with only two good men. Mike Donovan and Jim Gudger, both country club players, provided the 1 -2 punch for the Jags. Coach MacDaniel hopes for good teams in the future, as all three top men plus sophomore Dan O ' Donnell will return next year. Date Opponent 3 21 75 Robinson 3 24 75 Jefferson 3 27 75 Fairfax 4 8 75 Quantico 4 18 75 Williams 4 21 75 Stuart 4 23 75 Woodson 4 25 75 Annandale 4 28 75 Wakefield 97 JP VARSITY SOCCER OPPONENT 3 25 75 Edison Away 3 27 75 Woodson Away 4 8 75 Groveton Home 4 10 75 Stuart Home 4 15 75 Lee Away 4 17 75 Fairfax Home 4 22 75 Robinson Away 4 24 75 Annandale Home 4 29 75 Jefferson Away 5 1 75 Williams Home Strong legs are the most important part of a soccer player ' s equipment. The season for soccer, or ' ' football " as the rest of the world calls it, opens with team members getting into shape. J 98 The girls practice with the boys until it was decided it was against the county " Chalk up to two points for me! " law. New Coaches Bring Experience to Soccer Team Under a new coaching staff the Falls Church High School soccer team looked forward to a winning season. The new coaches, Mr. Doug Burch and Mr. Frank Schoon, had, unlike our coaches in the past, prior experience in coaching and playing soccer. Many of the team members had played previously with all-star teams in the area. A strong J.V. squad promised a winning team for the future. Combining interest shown by the coaches and the players, with aggressiveness and personal initiative, the ' 75 soccer squad looked forward to a successful season. Even heads are used to hit the ball! 99 J. Rodriquez prepares to do some fast maneuvering to score a goal. Successful Season Planned for FCHS Soccer " Don ' t worry I ' ll get it! " This player shows the strength needed in a soccer player ' s legs. 100 Excellent Potential Seen in Track Teams America has always been the one lagging in women ' s track events, but this sport is constantly growing and offering new opportunities to interested girls. At Falls Church High School, Coach Bellos felt she had a lot of good potential and that we would be well represented at the state meet. The season started with 40-45 girls coming out for track. Track is a very individual sport, and each of these girls had to be willing to set her own goal for the season, and to put forth the effort to achieve it. Maj. Wells was assisted coaching this year by a new assistant staff for track. These added coaches provided for more individualized instruction. Weight training was emphasized to increase endurance. There was a great deal of potential in the team this year and they were ready to better their last year ' s record of only one loss. Track is a very mental, as well as physical sport, and the boys set the goal of being in the best of shape in both areas. This runner huffs in trying to outdistance the girls. " Hup-two-three . . . Whoops, we aren ' t doing jumping jacks. " 101 Baseball Team Uses Potential Juniors The Varsity Baseball team was comprised almost totally of juniors this year. Three of these were starters on varsity last year and two others saw some action as sophomores. The team had a good mixture of experienced players and less experienced, former J.V. players. Helping Coach Al McCullock with the varsity squad this year was Coach Marty Bonnett. Two other helpful additions were a pitching machine and a batting cage. The money for these was raised by the players by selling candles before the season began. The pitchers ' arms were kept healthy because they threw inside before going out. The hitters got extra batting practice thanks to the additions. The coaches are optimistic about next year ' s squad. The team will only lose a couple of seniors and the juniors will have gained experience. ■ ! 4 know I ' ll catch up to that ball eventually! A super wind-up precedes this pitch. 102 not £ V y,va , »V VA ? 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S Al) 7175 Navy Plebes Away i 4 4 18 75 Woodson Home 4 23 75 Fairfax Home 4 25 75 Jefferson Away 4 28 75 Stuart Home 4 30 75 Robinson Away 5 2 75 Williams Home j, tr . 5 5 75 Wakefield Away 5 7 75 Annandale Home 5 9 75 Woodson Away 5 14 75 Fai rfax Away 5 16 75 Jefferson Home 5 20 75 No. Reg. Fx-Wood 5 21 75 Baseball Fairfax 5 23 75 Tournament Fairfax This infielder isn ' t going to let any thing get by. 103 JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL OPPONENT 4 7 75 Stuart Home 4 9 75 Robinson Away 4 1 1 75 Hammond Home 4 14 75 Wakefield Away 4 16 75 Annandale Home 4 18 75 Woodson Away 4 23 75 Fairfax Away 4 25 75 Jefferson Home 4 28 75 Stuart Away 4 30 75 Robinson Home 5 2 75 G. Washington Away 5 5 75 Wakefield Home 5 7 75 Annandale Away 5 9 75 Woodson Home 5 14 75 Fairfax Home 5 16 75 Jefferson Away The Junior Varsity Baseball Team was the class of the league this year. The team got sleek new uniforms to replace the potato sack uniforms of past years. After long, hard practices, led by Coach Bob Herb, the team took the field for the games. Led by returning sophomores and promising freshmen, the J.V. went through the tough season. The freshmen will get experience on the Frosh team this year. FCHS ' s infield achieve another out. . and it ' s a homerun! 104 A new coach, Mr. Spencer, gave an additional spark to the Tennis Team this year. He began a new training program — emphasizing running and basic skills to build strength and endurance. Many new, experienced players added their skills to give the team great potential in this season and for the future. VARSITY TENNIS New Training Program Builds Strength and Endurance 3 26 75 Marshall Away 3 27 75 Wakefield Away 4 8 75 Jefferson Home 4 9 75 Langley Away 4 10 75 Williams Home 4 15 75 Woodson Away 4 17 75 Edison Home 4 22 75 Annandale Home 4 24 75 Robinson Away 4 28 75 W L Home 4 29 75 Fairfax Away 5 1 75 Stuart Home " I ' ll get that fly yet! " This players forehand is put to the test. 105 Pitchers Prove Strong Support for Softball Team The girl ' s softball team had a long, tough season. The team, coached by Nancy Weisgerber, started practice at the beginning of March with more enthusiasm than ever before. The pitchers, who were the strength of the team, started the practice season the first week of March. The rest of the team joined them a week later. Practices went on for a full month before the first of three scrimmages. The season stretched to the end of May. The end of the regular season brought about the first Northern Regional Tournament for girl ' s softball. This was held on the last three days of May. When tournament time rolled around, Coach Weisgerber figured the fine pitching staff would be the mainstay of the team. GIRLS SOFTBALL OPPONENT r i ! 4 17 75 Hayfield Home 4 22 75 Herdon Away 4 29 75 Robinson Home 5 1 75 Wakefield Away 5 6 75 Williams (Hammond) Home 5 8 75 Jefferson Home 5 13 75 Woodson Away 5 15 75 Stuart Away - - - 5 20 75 Annandale Away - 5 22 75 Fairfax Home Michelle Dowler 1 i . % jL " NT r t W 1 $ % t I fi % 4 | : § hr j I m » Pam Mattson stands ready give Robinson another out. 106 " You ' ll never make it to the next base. Another hit for Falls Church! 107 Marching Band Proves Itself a Winner m n ' m ' 1 m v ' i WwR m T 1 fc r A M rlj FALLS CHURCH HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND: Drum Major, Mike Suddarth. first row — Bob Powers, Dave McCuen, Robin Samuelson, Doreen Schindler, Connie Nicholas, Sandy Clark, Debbie Entsminger, Norma Rukenbrod, Becky O ' Bryhim, Christy Nolan, Phil Dodge, Mark Schirmer. second row — Sue Fedewa, John King, Greg Phelps, Kelly Macmanus, Judi Greenberg, Mike Carnahan, Scott Bono, Jimmy Owens, David Becker, Dayl Burnett, Kim Cocoley, Dave Stoertz, Holly Carroll, third row — Matt Murray, Ed McDonald, John Baylor, Randi Charno, John Trout, Sherman Phillips, Randy Collins, Tom Dickerson, Juan Becerra, Debbie Matthews, Bob Blankenship, Dale Goldman, Donna O ' Bryhim, Tom Knight, fourth row — Scott Fairman, Rhonda Ritter, Paula Seguine, Megan Smith, Dennis Groves, Gary Plaag, Cheryl Gay, Yvonne Bennett, Sue Waller, Mike Wright, Steve Anderson, Ray Merchant, Jim Edmundson, Julie Tassi, Sue Haase, fifth row — Claude Stark, Bob Papke, Jorge Becerra, Rick Seracino, Bill Waller, Steve Bryant, Buddy Blankenship, Ted Magsig, Danny Hoover, Joy Rathnam, John Pfaff, Mark Strysko, Robert Owens, Bob Hume, Dow Phillips, Frank Bailey, sixth row — Brent Montgomery, Patti Montena, Tammy Turner, Bob Morrow, Scott Cox, Vicki Kline, Tom Christos, Pete Shonerd, Paul Stark, Larry Paterson, Danny Adams, Doug Burke, Mark Steadman, Franco Falvo, Jon Lewis, Mike Snedgen, Chris Jackson, seventh row — Bea Davidson, Dawn Hunt, Dana Radcliffe, Teresa Briscoe, Clifford Pumphrey, Trudi Hamilton, Karen Pfaff, Tom Keller, Suzanne Cevey, Cathy Stevens, Skip Davis, Jimmy Revis, Danny Martin, Mark Szarnicki, Jean Sadlowe, Judy Grimes, Donna Strickland, Pam Tomes, eighth row — Donna Patch, Jennifer McCarthy, Tammy Hull, Esti Friedman, Cheryl Whetzel, Susan Carnahan, Kim Anderson, Becky Hoak, Cheryl List, Chris Morris, Beth Brownell, Ann Ruggere, Debbie Stevens, Kathy Crawford, Susie Hamblin, Teresia Snyder, Pegi McCrae, Brenda Schindler, ninth row — Pam Cox, Conni Palmer, Donna Brunne r, Bill Trussed, Danny Mares, Chuck Hawkins, Alan Nystrom, Doug Nolan, Mike Peters, Bob Leon, John Fisher, Linda Mead, Sandy Shuman, Beth Highfill, tenth row — Kim Lemons, Sue Rollison, Cheryl Green, Kathy Randall, Kathy Ahearn, Sue Lemons, Sue Morrow, Mary Lou Becker, Joanne Wirt, Kathy Hartell, Lori Richmond, Diane Vandivier, Leslie Holman, Donna McFadden, Shera Basham, Sue Adams, Cheryl Williams. I i 108 The award-winning circle drill " wows” the crowds at the 1974 Virginia Beach. Washington ' s new team — Roy Jefferson and followers. With two seasons instead of one, with tough competitions on the county, state, and national level, and with the long, sweaty hours its members put in, it was decided that the Marching Band should be designated a sport instead of an organization. If one should get off the beat . " Just call me Cher. " says Willard Scott. 109 iillSl ' $S {r Hi 5 n’.4$ ’ji ' %i •. V- 3g$£ ? ' f . :PiliSM«:sil«a -• ' j -3“ ■ s V00iS !0M0§$ i@®i®lSKSSS .t, , 2: 8I $$ % $ WM. $§M §0M . (.Vpv .» i ,-‘ v ; liil«|lll« a 4”, f v 3 W ?$ 8i ’?X r ’ M • V 4- e- Ssfei ’ ■■: ' . .V-. V ' A V c . ilfillglle sitlltp: s. ffe 8 PiSiii ' fc f p® ipl C. , .C- y»cyV ,v-;fV) ,: f i llllll Pi- ' iiwi psHwt ? 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' )pl ; ?Ajir ms m ' m tr- p£ ' ■ ' -i« ii.p i ' - iM fK I 8 l«ffsii« i ' p I o ’!» SM;V-j - ?t • ' «•- .• ' •.v,W ' i ’ i» ••• , j V-’-V ©!’- " ■ k? ■ ■ : ■ smBm, ip ; ; ' " : ®piii lifttii ■ . 1111 M0 W0 , ■ v V -• ■ ' , mmi -WVk iltSS® 4 ( ■ . 4 gHH ' Mb iif ■S» » " ’ 77 • •• . - ■-■ - ; ' ■ - , ■■.: Organizations 111 STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS: Bernie Pazanowski, Vice-President of Extra Curricular Affairs; Molly Macauley, Vice President of Curricular Affairs; Sammy Mee, Parliamentarian; Susan Morrow, Secretary-Treasurer; Ed Senn, President. Final Examination Exemption Policy Passed STUDENT GOVERNMENT CABINET: seated — Alison Price, Jill Bassett, Tina Weissenborn, JJ Szczepanski, Judy DePalma. standing_ Debbie Matthews, Kathy Albertson, Cliff Pumphrey, Wayne Reedy, Loo Stevens, Ann Ruggere, Caroline Roadcapp. The Student Government exemplified the ultimate in government for the students, by the students, and of the students. The 1974- 75 SG began its work last year, conducting orientation programs for pupils at Whittier and Luther Jackson Junior High Schools. Summer efforts led to a final examination exemption policy for excelling students, and nine-weeks testing schedules to alleviate " end of the term " tension. In addition to these new student benefits, the SG instituted a series of exchange programs with high schools of varying administrations. Student involvement was further recruited as the former " SG room " became the " Student Union Room. " Donations by our PTA of a record player and TV set increased Room 11 l ' s popularity. The success of SG sponsored activities this year was utilized for school improvement. The Welcome Dance, and a reinstatement of the Christmas Dance, brought in funds which helped the Art Department purchase and install exhaust fans. Cash prizes and free Christmas Dance tickets were awarded to Canned Food Drive competitors, whose donations of over 3000 cans gave bright holidays to needy families. The first student conducted assembly was held this year. A Christmas assembly featured the Jaguar Band and Chorus and Santa Claus, in celebration of the holiday season. Other programs included a " First Gear " rock band assembly and night concert; a talk with our area congressman, Dr. Joseph Fischer; and visits by the " Airmen of Note " and " Genesis " , a Radford college music group. Indeed, the 1974-75 Student Government had as its purpose the serving of Falls Church High School students. Congressman Fischer stresses his point. rift 1 MB» vf’t, i w L " ' ■ 1 1 .via -‘■■nN A 1 H ' «l L ,UA STUDENT GOVERNMENT LEGISLATURE: first row — Ed Senn, President, Molly Macauley, Vice President of Curricular Affairs, Bernie Pazanowski, Vice President of Extra Curricular Affairs, Sue Morrow, Secretary-Treasurer, second row — Lisa Smith, Carol Kondracki, Carolyn Thomas Scott Bono, Erin Flynn, David Tolman, Alison Price, Kathy Albertson, Earl Southee. i ]3 STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL: Ed Senn Kathy Albertson Carol Kondracki Debbie Matthews not pictured- Terry Rankin, Chairman Students Discover Other High Schools Through Exchange Program The Navy Show Band entertains with one of the year ' s best assemblies. The Morning Team does indeed ' bring the best to us each morn¬ ing ' ! 1 14 NJHS Proposes Cleaning Up Parking Lots The National Junior Honor Society held their induction of new members in March. The membership dues brought in extra money and they discussed several activities in which the Society could use this money. They planned two projects to benefit the school, one of which was the difficult job of cleaning up of the parking lots. NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY: first row — Al Leary, Paula Rehrig — Pres., David Tolman — V. Pres., Sandy Zeltvay — Sec., Dan Schalk — Treas., Keith Lundien. second row — Kathy Hartell, Lisa Best, Robby Mowson, Bucky Methfessel, Paul Benz, Frank Simonds, Pattie Hollohan, Margaret Strickland, third row — Ruth Phillipon, Cindy Eldridge, Richie Russel, Phil Harrison, Mike Sheviak, Bob Powers, Gail Stine, fourth row — Pam Foltz, Nick Nappo, Scott Fairman, Jon Mastropaolo, Kathy Randall, Bob Papke, Alison Evans, Candice Rodman, fifth row — Brenda Schindler, Yvonne Bennett, Fran Cuchiara, Diane Anderson, Pete Shonerd. sixth row — Evy Lowenstern, Patrice Rehrig, Sandy Beazley, Linda Anderson, Mary Jane Rike, Linda Westbrook, Becky Russel, seventh row — Kay Kincaid, Megan Smith, Carol Kondracke, Kelly Legate, Carolyn Thomas, Jeanette Cooper, Mary Lee. eighth row — Diane Vandivier, Paula ScGuine, Lori Richmond, Lisa Harris, Wendy Anderson, Butch Arthur, Leslie Holman, Judy Miller, Beth Highfill, Susan McQuain, Beth Brownell, Jenine Hamilton, ninth row — Ellen Trapp, Lynn Larkin, Lorin Kish, Gail Koch, Nancy Olivola, Joyce Scott, Lucinda McCarroll, Debbie Rice, Diane Shaw, Wendy Johnson. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SENIORS: first row — Sue Haase, President; David Becker, Treasurer; Gary Plaag, Vice President; J.J. Sczcepanski, Secretary, second row — Vanessa Ferguson, Debbie Matthews, Judy DePalma, Loo Stevens, Gary Eiserman, Kathy Elkins, Ann Ruggere. third row — Bill Fioramonti, Mary McWhirt, Nancy Brandt, Donna Hutchinson, Martha Stanley, lllona Snyder, Vicki Kline, fourth row — Diane Hartell, Blair Merrill, Val Lutz, Jan Metzler, Connie Hill, Monica Henry, Richele WiIson, fifth row — Jane O ' hara, Mindy Crawford, Tony Gerhart, Alison Guernsey, Debbie Stevens, Cliff Pumphrey. sixth row — Doreen Schindler, Molly Macauley, Robert Owens, Cheryl Stevens, Geoff McKenna, seventh row — tommy Knight, David Stoertz, Kim Codoley, John Ahearn, Mark Greene, Bernie Pazanowski, Bill Nubbe, Ed Senn. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY JUNIORS: first row — Dave Roberts, Don Klika, Chuck Zimmerman, Dave MacDonald, Bill Trussell, Larry Miller, Joe Webb, second row — Mark Szcarnicki, Richard May, Jamie Martin, Will Crowder, Mark Schalk, Sam Nestor, Mark Letzkus. third row — Judy Grimes, Tina Weissenborn, Carole Tilson, Karen Fioramonti, Pattie Conrad, Mary Lee, Cathy Wall, Mike Cooper, Belle Scheibner, Kathy Feeney, fourth row — Cheryl Stevens, Cathy MacGowan, Ilona Cassey, Karen Weber, Warren Ford, Laurie Dreis, Joanne Wirt, Joelle Austin, Becky Brackett, Nancy Trammell, Sharon Haney, Cathy Stevens, Teresa Briscoe, Nana Peters, fifth row — Julie Tassi, Sandy Clark, Ffolly Carroll, Cheryl List, Susan Groger, Kay Schindler, Frank Lucas, Mike Lloyd, sixth row — Steve Anderson, Tim Saunders, Bruce O ' Donnell, John Kerins, Kyle Kennedy, Leigh Ann Gillespie. 116 New inductee receives his carnation from Judy Depalma. Honor Society Helps ESL Students With Difficult Studies The National Honor Society provided the school with a list of all the students who made the Honor Roll, plus a roster of straight A students, each quarter. They held their induction in the fall and the dues from new and old members went to pay for national membership, membership cards, and for seniors in the Society, a special diploma seal and a gold tassel on their graduation caps. Their service project was to help the English as a Second Language students with English or any other subject in which they had difficulty. 117 Gary Plaag is enthusiastic about cleaning up the student parking lot. SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY: first row — Mark Szarnicki, President; Kathy Hartell, Vice President; Yvonne Bennett, Secretary-Treasurer; Martha Stanley, Historian, second row — Dianne Vandivier, Lisa Harris, Al Leary, Dan Schalk, Tina Weissenborn, Evy Lowenstern, Frank Simonds. third row — Joe Webb, Nick Nappo, Judy Grimes, fourth row — Barb Parmenter, Alison Price, Carolyn Thomas, Mary Jane Rike, Ilona Kassy, Gail Koch, Pam Mattson, fifth row — Bob Powers, Fran Cuchara, Paula Rehrig, Patrice Rehrig, Kathy Randall, Cheryl Friedman, sixth row — Mary McWhirt, Joe Di Silvio, Janice Waters, Ann Molsinger, Ronnie Campbell, Holly Wortman, Judy Greenberg, Jamie Martin, Donny Klicka. seventh row —— Monica Henry, Vicki Mosier, Nancy Trammell, Mary Lee, Terri Hanna, Mary McClintock, Mark Letzkus. eigth row — Richelle Wilson, Ann Ruggere, Mark Greene, Erin Flynn, Vanessa Ferguson, Cindy Eldridge, Feggie Gillis, Diane Hartell. The Spanish Honor Society held their induction in November and this brought in many new, enthusiastic members. Their annual Christmas dinner was a big success with many types of Spanish food being served including: arroz con polio, flan, and, of course, tacos. They went to a Spanish restaurant in the spring and had a good time drinking coke from porones and watching the flamenco. They used the money they received from dues to give certificates to the Spanish V students and to buy medals for the excellent student in each level. 1 18 Paula and Leigh Ann Dance to the time of a Latin rythmn. : " No, you don ' t put chili powder in the salad, " exclaims Evy to Vicki. " Que pasa, amiga? " Spanish Food Spices Up Christmas Dinner 1 19 FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY: front row — Cliff Pumphrey, Vice-Pres.; Bill Fioramonti, Pres.; Joelle Austin, Sec.; Cathy Wall, Treas. second row — David Blue, Karen Fioramonti, Cathy McGowan, Sue Hasse. third row — Butch arther, Alexander Zelt Vay, lllona Kassey. fourth row — Kay Kincaid, Lori Richard, fifth row — Carol Kondracki, Lisa Best, Beth Brownell, Debbie Rice, sixth row— Gail Stine, Jeanette Cooper, Susan Mczuain. seventh row — Carol Tidson, Margaret Strickland, eighth row — Candice Rodman, Kathy Freeney. French Perfume Sales Bring In Needed Funds The French Honor Society began the year by selling French perfumes. They made almost $500 on this project and used some of this money to produce their annual Christmas Tea for the faculty. The hard work they put into their pride hall was rewarded by receiving one of the prizes given out during Pride Week. Their induction took place in April and the new members proved to be hard workers. The Society honored France and its language during a " French Week " where the French section of the foreign language hall was decorated. At the end of the year the outstanding senior French student was awarded the French Honor Society Key. 120 iiiiii iiiii " Eenie-meenie-miney-mo . Mrs. Sulpice gives the first cut to the " Buche de Noel " . Historical scenes from France lend atmosphere to the Christmas Tea. 121 NATIONAL MERIT SEMI-FINALISTS: Gary Eiserman, Diane Hartell, Cliff Pumphrey, Geoff McKenna. IT ' S ACADEMIC TEAM: Tina Weissenborn, Ed Senn, Geoff McKenna. Miniature Governments Set Up at Girls ' and Boys ' State The teachers are the main ingredient in choosing the students to participate in Girls ' and Boys ' State. Teachers recommend the students on the basis of their involvements and academic achievements in the school. This program is sponsored by the American Legion every year. The students that are chosen for this honor go and listen to speakers talking about government systems and politics. The It ' s Academic Team was rushed to meet the dateline in early September to appear on television. Very little time and inexperience led to the defeat of the Jaguars. Even though the team suffered a loss, they were supported by a rousing spirited crowd. The National Merit Semi-Finalists gained this honor by receiving high scores on the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test. They took this test in the late fall of their junior year and found out their placing in the semi¬ finalists the following fall. 122 GIRLS ' and BOYS ' STATE REPRESENTATIVES: Reggie Gillis, David Blue, Cindy Weaver, John Ahearn, Brian Craver. The Model United Nations changed their name to International Relations Club, but that was only one of their activities this year. In the fall they participated in FAIMUN, a county-wide competition. Later in the year they entered NAIMUN, a nation-wide competition that took place here in Washington D.C. The IR Club was given a number of countries that its members had to research. When it was time for a competition they had to present resolutions, concerning these countries, to the entire Model United Nations and then debate with the other countries to get them passed. The fast thinking minds of the top math students were put to use on the Math Team. They found the excitement of competing with other students from other schools stimulating. Six different problems were given to only five students and they had five minutes to, individually, solve each problem. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB: first row — Victor Russillo, Vice President; Shawn Costello, Secretary. (Not pictured: Mike Holland, President.) second row — Jim Lowenstern, Diane Shaw, Jenine Hamilton, third row — Jane Peterson, Cathy Gawarecki, Alison Evans, Wendy Johnson, fourth row — Ginny Fallow, Geoff McKenna, Lorin Kish. International Relations Club Discusses World Problems MATH TEAM: Martha Stanley, Kathleen Rawson, Molly Macauley, Barbara Parmenter. standing — Cliff Pumphrey, Geoff McKenna, John Kerins, Mike Johnson. 123 DEBATE: first row — Jenine Hamilton, Alison Evans, Anne Hosinger, Vincent Larson, second row — Anne Urebe, Kathy Feeney, Scott Fairman, John Franklin. Although the Debate Team wasn ' t as large as last year, it still progressed throughout the year. Team members worked hard by scrimmaging one another and researching their topics to the fullest. The District meets they were pitted in were difficult, but the spirit of the team always ran high. The Forensics Team had an exciting season by having two of its team members place in Northern Virginia meets. The members worked very hard in preparing their prose, poetry and oratory selections for the meets. Krfff Kg TTT ' V Forensics Team Works Toward District Title " If you ' ll look it up, you ' ll find I am correct. " FORENSICS: first row — Jenine Hamilton, Penny Short, Alison Evans, Kathy Wall, second row — Sammy Mee Mrs. Thomas, Sponsor; Barb Parmenter. 124 CHESS CLUB — Jim Lowenstern, Geoff McKenna The Rifle Club was formed to teach interested students about the use and safety of firearms. The members practice hard, and their enthusiasm has brought in many new potential marksmen. The Chess Club worked hard to improve their skills by playing each other. They would then examine their good and bad moves, and try to improve on the weaknesses. Rifle Club Improves Sharpshooting RIFLE CLUB: first row — Kathy Savage, Bruce Irle, David Elliott, Bobby Lomax, Dorcas Rodger, Jim Snider, second row — Jim Richberg, Bob Yoshida, Dan Wilson, Cheri Gay, Sec.; Joe DiSilvio, Vice-Pres.; Terry Mella, Pres.; Gary Wharton. 125 YEARBOOK STAFF: first row — Kathy Hartell, Diane Johnson, Kay Schindler, Roxanne Brocato, Keith Lundien, Mary McWhirt, Sue Haase, second row — Mrs. McGinnis, sponsor; Molly Macauley, John Kerins, Tina Weissonborn, Lisa Sturn, Donna Fritz, Gary Plaag, Assistant Editor, third row — Mike Lloyd, Joe Di Silvio, Diane Hartell, Editor. Yearbook Staff Survives Monthly Deadline Panics Memories provide fuel for the attainment of one ' s ambitions for the future. The Yearbook Staff worked long hours to produce the 1975 Jaguar, and sometimes, it seemed a thanklessly hard job. Selling ads for production funds, organizing photography schedules, and compiling write-ups for numerous diverse school activities were important ingredients. The most important, however, were scenes from student life. 126 Tina races to meet a deadline. Sue utilizes class time as a Yearbook brainstorm session. Kathy hopes that all this hard work pays off. Four battered Yearbook staffers take a break during Yearbook picture day. 127 JAGUAR JOURNAL STAFF: first row — Mary Lee, David Stephens, Diane Anderson, Donna Fritz, Jim Lowenstern, Reggie Gillis. second row — Carol Truelove, Kathie Keys, Jane Todaro, Carol Cratty, Asst. Editor; Robert Buel, Editor; Ruth DeFreitas. third row — Mrs. Sandy Treadway, Sponsor; Geoff Brunner, Kathy Loveless, Leslie Holman, Mike Held, John Bloom, Todd Wein, Laurie Shannon, Richele Wilson, Ginny Burke, Anna Holsinger, Dagny Davi Jaguar Journal Expresses Student Opinions This year the Jaguar Journal made many changes. The Journal had a new staff with many new ideas. The staff had changed last year ' s format and style to achieve what any newspaper would hold ideal — to represent your subscribers. This year the Journal tried to be the students ' voice by being an outlet for student opinions and student questions. The staff had page editors; a system which channeled new ideas into the paper. A change in the size of the paper took place this year. The Journal had a regular newspaper size format. The Jaguar Journal also had a new democratic method of choosing its stories by giving all staff members a vote in what the Journal printed. " My next assignment employs my gastronomical knowledge. " 128 Literary Magazine Employs Local Talent The Literary Magazine ' s publication was first set into motion in early spring. The usual problems of money were overcome, and the magazine was a success. Students were urged to submit their talents by way of stories, poems, and art work. Much hard work and many hours were put in the magazine, and it was well worth reading. i 1 " I ' m sorry but ' Roses are Red ' is not original. " " Listen to this one . 129 Civinettes Propose More Projects with Civitans As this school year opened, the Civinettes accepted new applicants. On the agenda for the new recruits was a bake sale, a cleaning up of the student parking lot, and picking up trash by the baseball field. The Civinettes also purposed going tobaggoning with their brother club, the Civitans. Including the traditional bake sales and car washes, the girls continued to make money for charities by selling peanuts. In the spring, the Civinettes and Civitans got together to participate in their annual convention. m 8b v fa ■ V Jr • vHj wL 2 « it nr 3-j Uf WW 1 nMMsilKt " CIVINETTE CLUB: first row — Susie Jordan, Sergeant-At-Arms; Kathy Clements, Vice-President; Janice Jamison, President; Theresa Kobayashi, Corresponding Secretary; Sharon Lutz, second row — Vicki Anthony, Erin Lee, Mary Ann Simko, Rhonda Slusher, Beth Bray, Marina Evans, third row — Barb Boyer, Simmy Murdock, Blair Minturn, Linda May, Sandy Youngblood, Carol Hayhurst, Loretta Moy. fourth row — Val Loos, Historian; Donna Hanrahan, Eva Lancaster, Barb Yanick, Pam Carter, Denise Taylor, Frieda Richardson. 130 I Sue and Teresa work dilligently to come up with some ideas for Civinettes. Rhonda is ecstatic about Donna ' s fund-raising ideas. 131 CIVITAN CLUB: first row — Wesley Gallahan, President; Barry Michaels, Vice President; Ricky Yassine, Secretary-Treasurer. second row — Steve Dunn, Brian Craver, Steve Anderson, Perry Grubb, Tommy Passino, Kim Beamer, Mark Underwood, third row — Archie Payne, Dave Lomax, Ricky Burkhart, Tommy Trapp, Dave Cobert. fourth row — Robby Mowson, Ronnie Caylor, Rob Tomasino, Greg Stevens, Bob Wilson, fifth row — Geoff McKenna, John Thomas, Charlie Allen, Randy Wade, Timmy Saunders. Civitans Work Hard to Improve School The Civitans ' activities were more plentiful this year than in previous years. At Christmas time the Civitans sold fruitcakes to raise money. During the Canned Food Drive the Civitans captured first place — a twenty-five dollar prize. Prior to the big football game with arch-rival J.E.B. Stuart, the green and white guard posts lining Jaguar Trail were mysteriously painted pink, blue and white. The Civitans offered to paint them in their original color. In addition to these projects, the Civitans painted the refreshment stand on the football field to complete their 1974-75 school year. 132 A Civitan, in the library? " What ' s he doing? " " I don ' t know, but he ' s a Civitan . . 133 Key Club Donates Time and Effort to Keep School Clean KEY CLUB: first row — Cathy Stevens, Kathy Hartell, Vicki Kline, second row — Mike Suddarth, President; Diane Hartell, Danny Mares, Corresponding Secretary, third row — John Ahearn, Vice President; Buddy Blankenship, Wayne Reedy, Bob Papke. (Not pictured: David Becker, Treasurer.) 134 " I find that putting one ' s feet on the table stimulates studying. " Key Club Serves School and Community The Key Club continued its annual job of returning to school early Saturday mornings and cleaning up the playing field after a football game. It was a hard job but proved profitable at times. The club also did services for the community. The members arranged to move furniture for ACCA, Annandale Christian Community Action. New officers were elected in the spring and then took over. " The life of a Key Club president is busy! " 135 Keyette Club Sponsors the Miss F.C.H.S. Pageant This year ' s Keyettes were an industrious club. They baked for all the dances and collected for the March of Dimes. The school-spirited Keyettes won first place in the float competition for Homecoming and sold Stuart voodoo dolls during Pride Week. They also won best decorated hall in club competition. The Keyettes also visited the Oakton Nursing Home to brighten the day of the elderly. To add to the Keyette ' s good deeds, they sponsored a little orphan over in India. They made it a point to correspond with the child at least once a month. One of the most difficult tasks the Keyettes undertook was the sponsoring of the Miss F.C.H.S. Pageant. With a lot of hard work and a few headaches, the Pageant was produced and rated a success. Through these activities, the Keyettes discovered the pleasure derived from helping others. KEYETTE CLUB: first row — Cindy Weaver, Vice President; Peggy Richards, Recording Secretory; Val Lutz, Corresponding Secretary; Nancy Brandt, Treasurer; Molly Macauley, Chaplain; Dot Knauer, Sergeant-At-Arms; Ann Ruggere. (Not pictured: Carolyn Bradd, President.) second row — Mary McWhirt, Carol Wallace, Kathy Wall, Susan Groger, Diane Johnson, Cathy Vucci, Loo Stevens, third row — Freddy Wade, Kathy Elkins, Robin Samuelson, Christy Nolan, Vicki Kline, Vicki Bambling, Sue Ziegler, fourth row — Donna Shaffer, Toni Gerhart, J.J. Sczcepanski, Linda Duvall, Cheryl Stevens, Michelle Barbaro, Sue Stock. 136 Where else but at a Keyette meeting can the best " Dancethon " sponsors be found? The " Once a Month " Firing Squad is a Keyette tradition for faulty club members. Money is the delight of every president ' s heart. 137 1 ABS Keeps Up " Bullroar " Bulletin Board TORCH AND BANNER SOCIETY: first row — Jenni Thoma, Historian; Susan Waller, President; Joanne Wirt, Vice President; Debbie Mathews, Secretary. (Not pictured: Doreen Schindler, Treasurer; Connie Nicholas, Sergeant-At-Arms.) second row — Suzanne Cevey, Dianne Vandiver, Lou Becker, Kathy Randall, Leslie Holman, Pegi McCrae. third row — Norma Rukenbrod, Sheila Wade, Lori Richmond, Yvonne Bennett, Brenda Wade, Sue Adams. 138 " Mix a little carbon, oxygen, and good ol ' H 2 0 and voila! ' Teacher of the Month ' . " " This makes the 599th piece of chalk I ' ve stepped on! " The Torch and Banner Society kept busy this year around the school and the community. The club adopted Mrs. Scott as their honorary " grandmother. " They gave " Christmas Cheer " to a local nursing home by making Christmas cards and giving them to the residents. School activities included cleaning the parking lot and washing some very chalky black boards. They also chose and honored a " Teacher of the Month " throughout the year. They gave two $200 scholarships to deserving Seniors. T.A.B. ' s finished off the year by walking for the March of Dimes Walk-a-thon. T.A.B.S. members scientifically contemplate their new fund raising projects. 139 Try-Hi-Y Shows Spirit During Pride Week TRY-HI-Y: first row — Gigi Cashion, Nancy Trammell, Carol Frank, second row — Renee Khorana, Vicki Mosier, Patti Hollohon. third row — Ann Watkins, Cindee Bradtmiller, Mary Lee Malone, Kathie Keys, fourth row — Cathy Chapman, Ivy Horn, Polly Trammell, Helen Freshwater. 140 " Can anybody read these notes from the last meeting? " The president reports on Tri-Hi-Y ' s success in selling pumpkins. The members of Tri-Hi-Y demonstrated their enthusiasm and willingness to work by participating in several service projects. The year began with the induction of new members. The girls then made puppets for Fairfax Hospital, sold pumpkins and candy mints for the YMCA, and gave a Valentine ' s Day party for Headstart students. They even contributed to the ecology movement by collecting newspapers and bottles for recycling. All in all the Tri-Hi-Y Service Club kept their reputation for helpfulness and service to the school and community. Their Pride Week hall was an example of this. 141 SKI CLUB — Mark Beach, Dave Lomax, Mark Askin, Danny Fallon, Denise Taylor, Bonnie Reed, Betty Seymour, Tim Saunders, Janice Jamison, Linda May, Roy Daves, Mike Stone, Kathy Clements, Kay Schindler, Val Loos, Sharon Steele, Tom Trapp, Mark Underwood, Debbie Tyler, Bucky Buckhorn, Karen Smith, Barbara Brackett, Megan Smith, Joelle Austin, Allison Hanes, Steve Dunn, Rick Oke, Norman Burwick, Starr Shifflet, Paul MacDonald, Wayne Jenkins, Tammy Reeves, George Hascall, Paula Riley, Kevin Tomes, Krista Abrams, Danny Stone, Sandy Welch. Ski Club Enjoys Pennsylvania Trip PREP CLUB: first row — Vanessa Ferguson, Diane Haight, Rebecca Tinner, Wendall White, second row — Jeannette Deskind, Joe Randall. LaVerne Henderson, Michael Simms, Rita Miller, Dena Henderson, advisor, third row— Frank Lucas. The Ski Club had a productive year by increasing their membership and going on a number of trips. In mid-January, the Ski Club went up to Seven Springs, Pa. for the week¬ end. Though some of the members acquired bumps and bruises, the over all trip was enjoyable. The Outing Club ' s excursions were to the wild and beautiful outdoors. The club held meetings to discuss field trips such as hiking in the Blue Ridge Mountains and camping for a weekend. On the whole, the club had good times getting close to nature. A new club, the Prep Club, was formed this year. It was sponsored by the local IBM. i I 142 The Outing Clubbers discuss their next activity. •yv " Why don ' t we just go out? " asks an eager Mr. Hillier. 143 FRENCH CLUB: first row — Mary Lee, Que Le, Diane Kassey, Alison Evans, third row — Wendy Johnson, Lisa Shaw, second row — Karen Jones, Kathy Wall, Ilona Sturm, Debbie Rice, Beth Brownell, Renee Ireson, Lisa Best. French Club Prepares French Cuisine SPANISH CLUB: first row — Connie Nicholas, Nana Peters, Anna Holsinger, Leigh Ann Gillespie, Kathleen Feeney, Mr. Hayden — Sponsor, second row — Mary McWhirt, Barb Lane, Belle Scheibner. third row — Jean Harper, Chris Cecca, Susie Lane, fourth row — Paul Kopack, James Martin. The French Club was again one of the most active clubs at Falls Church. During the winter months, the whole gang gathered in the Home Ec. rooms to try their hands at preparing traditional French cuisine. Many field trips to museums and restaurants he lped broaden the experiences and minds of interested students. The members of the Spanish Club got together right before the Christmas break to have a party. They also proposed going to a Spanish restaurant for dinner in mid-spring. Money was raised by traditional bake sales and car washes. 144 LATIN CLUB: first row — Debbie Matthews, Pres.; Ellen Trapp, Sec.; Diane Shaw, V-Pres.; Joe Oleniacz, Scrapbook Keeper; Mrs. Metz, Sponsor, second row — Vincent Larsen, Pete Shonerd, Sue Mitten, Allison Guersey, Scott Fairman, Joe Whitney, Audrey Henrickson, Allison Evans, Mary McWhirt. third row — Leslie Holman, Karen Jones, Starr Shifflett, Wendy Johnson, Carol Mahler, David Nicholas, Molly Macauley, Eddie Senn. fourth row — Richard Suothern, Persona Obscura, Bill Waller, Frank Bailey, Rick Sternitzke, Todd Wien, Bob Buel, Gary Plaag. Latin Club Keeps Dead Language Very Much Alive The Latin Club persistently demonstrated the viability of Latin. The club was represented in Homecoming festivities by a " slave” (Woodson football player) pulling a chariot. Enthusiastic students participated in ice- skating trips, and the Senior members of the club were honored at a lasagne party. End-of- year activities traditionally culminated in a Roman banquet; this year ' s banquet lived up to it ' s reputation as an " orgy " . This year ' s German Club was smaller than last year ' s, in size, but the members were as enthusiastic as ever. During the Christmas season the club sponsored the building of a gingerbread house. It also gave those students interested in Germany a chance to witness its cultures in action. GERMAN CLUB: first row — Lucinda McCarrol, Janet Place, Kathy Gawarecki, Pete Shpnerd, second row — Carrie Washburn, Cheyl Stevens, Mike Snedgen. 145 The Human Relations Council worked hard this past year to improve the relationship between the administration and the students. They also held discussion sessions to try and make the different groups of the school more responsive to one another. A highlight of this year for Human Relations was the basketball game between the faculty and the numbers of the council Howard Parker holds a rap session for the next game plan. Sharon Pelham, Mike Cooper, Cathy MacGowen, Jane Peterson, Leslie Holman, Lisa Palmer, fourth row — Mike Held, Monica Furr, Michael Barbaro, LaVerne Henderson, Michael Simms, Penny Short, Doris Hunter, Teresa Briscoe. STUDENT HUMAN RELATIONS COUNCIL: first row — Dena Henderson, Advisor; Diane Haight, Jeanette Deskins, Treas., Vanessa Ferguson, Co- Capt; Paul Brooks, Chairman, second row — Janet Haley, Virginia Haight, Debbie Ford, Denise Gaskins, Jim Lowenstern. third row — Rita Miller, 146 Mr. Powell accuses Mrs. Thomas of fouling him. Si Miss Henderson explains the new policy. Members of Human Relations Council sell baked goods at the basketball game. Human Relations Sponsors Basketball Game 147 D.E.C.A.: first row — Mr. Coghlan, Advisor; Kathy Mahoney, Vice President; Lyle Dixon, President; Terry Millican, Secretary; Pam Mechem, Treasurer; Cheryl Stevens, Fashion Merchandising Vice President; Kevin Becker, Assistant Treasurer, second row— Rose Buckman, Sharon Sabin, Debbie Smith, Theresa Lawhorn, Kim Babcock, Sue McClafferty. third row — Dian Sharrett, Mary Ann Simko, Bonnie Reed, Debbie McKinney, Bill Barrett, fourth row — Kathy Clements, Linda May, Patty Foltz, Simmy Murdock, Steve Sideman, Mike Matheson, John Goodwin, fifth row — Joe Robinson, Chris Lustig, Gary Godfrey, Abdul Jalajel. sixth row — Ted Johnson, Timmy Murdock, Tony Nopo, Richard Roondy, Jay Douglas, seventh row — Carol Williams, Bradley Horner, Jay Train, Brian Brenner, Bruce Thibodeau, Danny Stone, Steve Foxwall. eigth row — Sharon McDonald, Charles Isom, Rodney Carter, Martin Murphree, Barbara Brackett, Jerry Brown, Chris Cook, Doug Thompson, Walter Lynne, ninth row — Chris Kirby, Eva Lancaster, Terri Brownlee, Terri Brinkley, Ricky Hopkins, John Pennington, David Whetzel. tenth row — Donna Shaffer, Cindy Grant, Patty Adkins, Debbie McDonough, Paul Jackson, Asbury Jackson, Jr. eleventh row — Gerald Ford, Rick Barrett, Robbie Gurrin, Bob Johnson, Greg Triple, Kyle Kennedy. The Work Experience Career Exploration Program proved to be a productive group by collecting old toys throughout various neighborhoods and repainting the chipped ones. In addition to the collection of toys, WECEP put on a party for a bunch of kids in a day care center. The WECEP program is a two hour course in math and Distributive Education. The WECEP students work part time and learn about the different types of careers through the course. The Distributive Education Club of America was formed to help students in the business world. DECA also aids the students in developing their leadership qualities in the professional fields. The main fund raiser that DECA had was the selling of candy bars during the fall. The money raised from this project went to worthwhile causes. WECEP Class Gives Christmas Party For Day Care Center Children 148 W.E.C.E.P.: first row — Rhonda Rudd, Ralph Seal, second row—-Greg Quigley, J.C. Quigley, Trees., Sherry Adkins, Sharon Batchelor, third row —Tamara Tusing, Terri McDonald, Sec., Marie Copelin, Danny Green, fourth row — Mike Idigpio, Kirk Owens, Wayne Preston, Pres., Dwayne Lansdown. I WECEP Class displays some of its repaired toys. 149 V.I.C.A.: first row: Cathy Nicholas, Trucie Garrett, Sindi Collins, Darlene Hamilton, Kim Beamer, Mrs. Frankie Gregor, second row — Debbie Allison, David Kuhn, Mary Graham, Lisa Miller, George Hascall, Chuck Zimmerman, Paula Rutledge, Margie Cornwell, Caty Simpson, third row — Eugene Swankowski, Cindy Riley, Lori Lohsdon, Lisa Streets, Jack McAuliffe, David Brown, Teresa Richardson, fourth row — Bruce Simmons, Frank Floud, Karen Smith, Mary Lacliberte, Stanley Shine, John Pilkerton, fifth row — Rodney Henson, Kevin Pewtherer, Charles Smith, Dana Sherfey, Jeff Roth, Brian Price, Robert Garlem, John Pentecost, sixth row — Tim Caldwell, Mr. Michael Beto, Bruce Simmons, Scott Lindsay, Michael Hart, Richard May, Robert White, Ronald Gearheart. I.C.T.: first row — David Brown, Scott Lindsay, Kim Beamer, Mr. Michael Beto. second row — David Kuhn, Tim Caldwell, Mike Hart, third row — Paula Rutledge, Mary Graham, John Pentecost, fourth row — Stanley Shine, Rodney Henson, George Hascall. fifth row — Frank Floyd, Bruce Simmons, Jeff Roth, Kevin Pewtherer. sixth row — John Pilkerton, Robert Garlem, Brian Price, seventh row — Robert White, Dana Sherfey, Charles Smith, eighth row — Ronald Gearheart. VICA Aids Students The Vocational Industrial Cooperative Association, known throughout the school and by the students as VICA, held many useful meetings during the year to promote money¬ making projects such as selling candy and washing cars. VICA helps prepare its students for the world of business from selling to managing. The Industrial Cooperative Training program was an immense success in helping low-credit seniors. This course provided two credit-hours towards those needed for graduation. But this was not the only benefit, students in the program worked out-side the school as part of their credit. They held such jobs as: auto mechanics, waitresses, salesclerks, and nursing assistants. 150 F.H.A.: first row — Monica Henry, President; Kathy Wall, Hist.; second row — Kay Kincaid, Debbie Rice, Patti V.-President; Carol Dellinger, Sec.-Treas.; Joyce Scott, Ballard, Kathy Weber, Prisa Irion, Donna Tiller. The Future Business Leaders of America strived to develop qualities of leadership and responsibility in the business leaders of tomorrow. Among its fund-raising activities this year were an ornament bazaar to benefit Children ' s Hospital, and a trash bag sale to benefit the March of Dimes campaign. F.B.L.A. held social activities too, one of which was the annual Christmas Party held in December. F.B.L.A. hosted a tea to honor the school ' s secretarial staff during the National Secretaries ' Week. The club stood ready to assist in other school-related activities such as hosting teas for our Advisory Council and the monthly Coordinators ' meetings. All in all, F.B.L.A. members were enthusiasticqjly-in- volved people. The Future Homemakers of America were kept busy through regular meetings with refreshments served afterwards. In addition to learning cooking skills the girls were instructed in the art of first-aid and housekeeping. FBLA ' s Projects Benefit Charity niiiirnii 5«M mm Wtitn f t » M;Mil H f » ; ,, I i l I 1 rrnmi. -ipiutW ' tn i fit ’ " l!!!!? . i F.B.L.A.: Officers — Donna Hutchison, Linda Duvall, Sue Gooch, Jah Metzler, Chris Hedrich. Members -— Clare Todero, Peggy Beech, Cathi Vucci, Lisa Celenski, Mike Snydgin, Carol Ferris, Reggie Fortune, Dawn McNevin, Pam Ford, Debbie McKinney, Rene Ruggare, Jennifer Griggs, Terry Rowland, Jami Bayliss, Cindy Bozark, Connie Hill, Martha Stanley, Nancy Beck, Sue Throneburg, Becky Rauffer, Cindy Werner, Mary Woodmonsel, Cathy Clements, Janice Donohue, Carolyn Roadcap, Donna Shaffer, Rachel Wilson, Sue Ziegler, Jill Bassett, Sandi Welch, Donna Steeves, Sandy Williams, Helen Shaffer, Joan Anderson, Rene Cerio, Kim Besdeck, Porter Smith, Mrs. Couch, Mrs. King, Paula Rehrig, Debbie Entsminger, Sheri Welsh, Sue Pohedra, Mary Pohedra, Sheri McClintock. 151 PEP CLUB: first row — Judy Miller, Patrice Rehrig, Gail Koch, Sandy Lisa boutor. fourth row — Lorin Kish, Darlene Houtz, Kay Kincaid, Maki Vickroy. second row — Carol McNair, Lynn Mertan, Shannon Payne, Allen. Janice Creekmore. third row — Lisa Sprouse, Nancy Gonchar, Kim Noble, Pep Club Helps Decorate Cafeteria Lobby The Prep Club performed many useful tasks in helping the Cheerleaders promote school spirit and pride. An idea for saving money was to make their own uniforms to be worn on game days. Since the Cheerleaders ' time was very limited, as they had to cheer at every game, the Pep Club decided to lend a hand in decorating the cafeteria lobby before each game. All in all the Pep Club proved an asset in promoting spirit. " No, you can ' t hide under the bleachers during the Pep Rally! " 152 CHEERLEADING CLUB: first row — Denise Taylor, Simmy Murdock, Co-Capt.; Vicki Anthony, Capt.; Marina Evans, second row — Patti Conrad, Barb Yanick, Becky Brackett, Carol Hayhurst, Anne Sonhalter, Donna Hanrahan. third row — Jennifer Griggs, Paula Rehrig, Paula Riley, Alden Lee, Jamie Bayliss. fourth row — Sherry Welch, Karen Ponton, Sue Crocker, Delah Yassine, Sandy Welch, fifth row — Vicki Bland, Barbi Peroots, Lauri Karlson, Barbara Stryker, Jennifer Meader, Wendy Witz, Mary Jones. Controversy Arises Over Cheerleading Elections 153 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Anne Sonnhalter, Becky Hayhurst, Pattie Conrad, Barb Yanick, not pictured: Beth Brackett, Donna Hanrahan, Denise Taylor, Vicki Anthony, Bray, Vicki Blackwell. Captain; Simmy Murdock, Co-Capt.; Marina Evans, Carol Cheerleaders Help to Promote School Spirit Carol and Pattie anxiously await a Jaguar touchdown. The Cheerleading Squads of 1974-75 encountered many problems while trying to arouse student body spirit. They devoted many hours of hard work to try and encourage the students to support their school activities. This ended with very little response. In raising money to help pay for uniforms and supplies, the girls sponsored car washes which were rated complete successes. Towards the end of March, Cheerleading try-outs were held with the graduating senior girls helping to establish a well-rounded squad for next year. 154 JUNIOR VARSITY: first row — Sandy Welch, Jamie Bayliss, Delah Welch, Paula Rehrig, Sue Crocker, Karen Ponton. Yassine, Paula Riley, Alden Lee. second row — Jennifer Griggs, Sherry Underclassmen Led By Spirited Groups FRESHMAN: Mary Jones, Wendy Witz, Laurie Karlson, Vicki Bland, Jennifer Meader, Barbi Peroots, Barbara Stryker. 155 The Wrestlerettes were a new addition to Falls Church ' s clubs this year. The club was formed to promote the outstanding wrestling team that FC possessed. The girls had many fund-raising projects for the year. The main money-making ideas were the selling of wrestlering bumper stickers and bake sales. The Wrestlerettes also put up an innumerable amount of posters announcing the date, time, and place of every match. Wrestlerettes Promote Wrestling Team 156 GAA Sells Jewelry to Purchase Sports Equipment The Girl ' s Athletic Association made money for girl ' s sports equipment and uniforms by having bake sales and selling erasable memo boards. Another item the girls sold was assorted jewelry. This was a huge success. The selling of the jewelry took place in the early part of the year, with the girls in fall sports participaton with enthusiasm. Another item that took place with GAA was the changing of its name from Girl ' s Athletic and Recreation Association back to the original GAA. This was done due to the confusion between GAA and GARA. • ..... I Jjj mi ' m. Jm - rUr. y - V ■ ■ Jj k ' Bn " - Hj B v ' i -j m a JBa m Jm ■ JM i MM P " ' SR FV A iBf jIMLyw ;. 3 WF Jr Tm pv M A «• ■f t yjp 2 •ft- » B mr i GIRLS ' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION: first row — Laurie Dreis, _ Treasurer ' Roxanne Brocato, Vice President; Sandy Hall, President, Pam Mattson, Secretary, second row — Ana Escobar, Pam Milbank, Lynda Br own, Cathy Simpson, Linda Ingalsbe, Mary Ann Rike, Pani Foltz, third row — Carol Kondracki, Kelly Legate, Evelyn Greene, Bev Kobayashi, Sassy Schaffstall, Linda Anderson, Kathy Cunningham, Sue Hand, Freddy Wade, fourth row — Joan Trask, Sue Herron, Dianna West, Rene Ireson, Pattie Conrad, Kay Bodner, Terry Burner, fifth row — Kay Schindler, Lisa Gilbertson, Karen Fioramonti, Ann Bertram, Jane Scott, Martha Metcalfe, Stephanie Loos, Beth Erlandson. sixth row — Lori Logsdon, Kandi Ponton, Ilona Kassey, Miss Soefer, Sponsor; Joyce Scott, Lee Erlandson. 157 The Thespian Honor Society put on a play called the " Spiral Staircase. " The play was a mystery and everyone who attended it praised the marvelous talents of the Thespians. The Thespians also inducted new members this past year. The Drama Club enjoyed a fun filled year with the production of their outstanding plays. The " Night of January 16th " , which was put on in November, was put together beautifully and rated a success. DRAMA CLUB: first row — Carolyn Stites, Jack Stone, Earl Southee. second row — Karen Weber, Kay Kincaid, Lorin Kish, Kieth Lundien. third row — Jane Peterson, Mary Lamb, Cathy MacGowen, fourth row — Mike Held, P, Cathy Gawarecki, Louise Arthur, fifth row — Jane O ' Hara, Cheryl Stevens, Cindy Graves, Yvonne, Gigi Cashion, sixth row — Mindy Crawford, Kathy Elkins, Mary Thomason, Eric Walck. seventh row — Greg Corbin, Carol Wallace, Eric Gilbertson, eigth row — Mike Geduldig, Carol Ferris, ninth row — MarkTavelli, Mary Lee, John Kerins. INTERNATIONAL THESPIAN TROUPE 1330: first row — Jane O ' Hara, V. Pres., Louise Arthur, Treas., Mary Thomason, Pres., Judy DePalma, Sec. second row — Eric Gilbertson, Earl Southee, Liz Woodside, Caroline Stites. third row — Eric Walck, Kathy Elkins, Ed Senn, Jack Stone, Colleen Crowder, Historian. Drama Club Entertains Students " All I know is what I saw! " exclaims Vic. 158 CHOIR: first row — Mary Jones, Barbara Fitzpatrick, Nancy Grooms, Carlene Adkinson, Tammy Rigdik, Kathy Barnett, Wanda Lawthorne, Lois Schuler, Debbie Poncin, Martha Gamez, Cindy Fox. second row — Dorcas Rodger, Carol Bozarth, Barbara Jones, Mickey Morgan, Denese Vernon, Anne Wi I let, Teresa Kerins, Sherry Hatfield, Janet Place, Sabrina Warden, third row — Julie Gassom, Rhianon McDonald, Brenda Weber, Robin McElwee, John Buchan, Frederick Berg, Jeff Phillips, Steve Santos, Archie Borgas, Eve Martin, Virginia Fallow, Leslie Holman, Kathy Loveless, fourth row — Chylene Flynn, Michele Villaret, Marianne Holmes, Ivy Horn, Eric Walck, Jenny Runft, Rindy Brookshire, Jim Richberg, Jeanette Cooper, Karen Espinola, Carol Anderson, Jean Weber, Maria Fiarino. Choir Combines With Bands For Christmas Concert Under the direction of Mrs. Wilma Hamilton, the Falls Church Chorus was bigger and better than before. During the Christmas Concert they proved their ability to perform under pressure and to lure their audience into a state of entrancement. Kathy Barnett lets loose wih a song. 159 SYMPHONIC BAND: first row — Beth Brownell, Beth Highfill, Linda Mead, Conni Palmer, Suzanne Cevey, Cathy Stevens, Tammy Hull, Margaret Strickland, Sue Haase, Judy Grimes, Gary Plaag. second row — Sandy Shuman, Donna Brunner, Ann Ruggere, Mike Wright, Ted Magsig, Susan Waller, Becky O ' Bryhim, Megan Smith, Paula SeGuine, Tom Dickerson, Donna O ' Bryhim, Debbie Matthews, Bobby Blankenship, Tommy Knight, Christy Nolan, Clufford Pumphrey, Julie Tassi, David Goodwin, Gail Stine, third row — Jon Lewis, John Pfaff, Jimmy The nationally famous Falls Church High School Marching and Symphonic Bands began their fruitful season at the annual Orkney Springs band camp. On their return, the Marching Band prepared shows for football games, the Robinson Marching Spectacular and Philadelphia ' s " Parade of Champions " , where they were awarded a silver plaque for an outstanding performance. As the cold weather threatened, the Marching Band split into the Concert Band and the Symphonic Band until the spring. The concert Festival, held at Oakton High School, proved successful and exciting to both groups. The end of the year brought the most exciting of the Band ' s numerous trips. After a glorious win at the 1974 Virginia Beach Music Festival, the Marching and Symphonic Bands loaded the busses for a glamorous week as Honor Band in Virginia Beach. Marching and Symphonic Bands Return as Honor Band to Virginia Beach 160 :A?k a fes ! p : rV ' + ' xJB i JMHwBra Vsuat-fmrS 1 f-X? 1 m ' Mr v H JDaCM imundson, Chris Jackson, Mike Suddarth, Robert Owens, Frank Bailey, Claude Stark, Bob Papke, Ray Merchant, Yvonne Bennett, Karen Pfaff, -ip Davis, Dawn Hunt, Donna Strickland, Susan Carnahan, Pam Tomes, fourth row — Pete Shonerd, Tom Keller, Larry Patterson, Danny dams, Franco Falvo, Tammu Turner, Alan Nystron, Bill Trussell, Bob Powers, Mike Carnahan, Danny Mares, Kelly McManus, Mark Schirmer, ay I Burnett, Jimmy Owens, Kim Codoley, Holly Carroll, David Stoertz. CONCERT BAND: first row — Christine Morris, Pam Cox, Debbie Stevens, Kathy Crawford, Susan Hamblin, J.C. Ayres, Esti Friedman, Sue Lane, second row — Mark Szarnicki, Bea Davidson, Bev Bowen, Trudi Hamilton, Cheryl Whetzel, Bonnie Crotty, Becky Hoak, Shiela Kingman, Scott Fairman, Stebe Anderson, Randi Charno, Randy Collins, John Trout, Rhonda Ritter, John Baylor, Ed McDonald, Juan Becerra, Sue Fedewa. third row — Patti Montena, Paul Stark, Vicki Kline, Scott Cox, Brent Montgomery, Sue Morrow, Doug Nolan, Dan Mares, Bob Leon, Steve Bryant, Dannt Hoover, Jennifer McCarthy, Bill Waller, Rivhard Seracino, Jorge Becerra, Judy Greenberg, Steve Fisher, Phil Dodge, David Becker. 161 Orchestra Under New Direction The Orchestra, under the able direction of a new leader, climbed to new plateaus this year. Much individual perfection was achieved as well as performance maturity. What could be more heartwarming than fine, softly-played music by the Falls Church Orchestra? 5 With climbing interest in string music, next year proves to yield a larger, finer group of serious musicians. " Are you sure that ' s how it ' s supposed to sound? " The orchestra members practice for their Christmas debut. 162 " Now, Barbara, you know it goes under your chin! " Anybody for square dancing? " 163 «§ ;, V 1 ' ) - ' f )? Mz 1 - :,.. ■ . V; ' • - ' ' v . t. ,,,: ,,-W ' ;V ' .-i WMW£ £®Ji|fe wm wmm $ mm mm =r‘‘H - - ' a ' fr , ' ' l! " ; Vw, ' ‘ : 1i -v:?i . ,C ' !; ri- ! ,•’ k m W m s®?®» m ■ ' ■ fil ‘mam ■ 1 ' • ' s A |®1 . -Y -V Zfflflp HPH 4 w im $ j?si -0-}f. ■? i SeE li ■. I® -l ' ' • f■.- ' 3 • svj ,. . • 3e»H 164 STUDENTS 165 Senior Class Officers: first row — Denise Taylor, Vice-Pres.; Mark Greene Pres.; second row — Debbie McKinney, Sec.; Jeff Custer, Treos.; JJ Sczcepanski, Cabinet Officer. Class of ' 75 Glad to Announce Graduation The Seniors finally arrived at their long awaited position as upperclassmen. They participated in many activities during the year of 1 974-1975, some of which were very successful. They had to produce quite a few money making projects in order to raise the needed funds for graduation. The Homecoming Dance was very successful using the theme " Stairway to Heaven " . Sadie Hawkins was perhaps the biggest profit making venture, pulling in over $800. Senior Slump set in early and the float and pride hall produced only modest efforts. Although many of the Senior privileges have been removed over the years Senior Skip Day was still held in the early spring. The Seniors wanted to graduate at Wolf Trap Farm Park again this year, so efforts were made and a Saturday night date was set. The Class of ' 75 proved to be an attribute to the school during the years they attended FCHS and now they are ready to discover what the future holds. " Say it again, I dare ya! " threatens Carolyn Bradd. 166 " Long live the Class of ' 75! " yells Gerard Ender. 167 School Activities Lose Daniel Thomas Adams Carol Frances Addison John Michael Ahearn Kathleen J. Albertson Katherine R. Anderson Kim Anderson Vicki Lynn Anthony Nannette Fay Ardoin David Arnold Louise Audrey Arthur 168 Valuable Seniors . : tk dii ft J A I j . r « EL v v Mm W " Wtm David Allen Ball Vicki Rene Bambling Brian Batov Jacqueline Ball Michele Barbaro Diane Beall Four mighty seniors allow underclassmen to gaze at them. Kim Beamer David G. Becker Diane Beruchesne Benjamin R. Blankenship III 169 Seniors Become Semi-finalists for National Merit Howard Parker and Mike Harris escort this lucky lady to class Kathy Ann Blankenship Janet Bounds Daniel Bowden didn ' t do it, " explains Richele Wilson. William Boyette Carolyn Bradd Nancy Marie Brandt 170 Deborah A. Brannon Bob Briggs John Buckley Robert Edward Buel Thy Hang Bui Greg A. Bunch Paul Burdick Kenneth W. Burges David Allen Burgess Douglas John Burke Richard Joseph Burkhart John Norman Busuttil Dona Butler Wesley Byers Cory Carpenter B. Jay Carpenter 171 Sharon Campbell Ronald Jay Caylor Pat Chiotos Kang Kook Chun Lisa Ann Cilinski Jeffrey D. Clancy Susan Claridge Joanne Clarke James Edwin Clarke Mike Codoley Plans for Senior Float 172 Charles Christopher Cook Brian Wheatley Craver Kathy Leola Crawford Mindy Lou Crawford Michael David Crocker Colleen Crowder Flushed Away Jeff Custer Marianne Daly Patrick S. Darcey Roy Micheal Daves 173 " Stairway to Heaven " Provides Beatrice Davidson Deborah Kay Dellinger Rex Dellinger Judith Theresa DePalma Jeannette Deskins Darlene Michelle Dick Joseph DiSilvio Lyle Don Dixon John Robert Donahue Mark Stephen Douglas Michelle Kay Dowler Pauline Dross Peter McConnell Dunlop 174 Setting for Homecoming Stephen Richard Dunn James Edward Edmundson Gary Kenneth Eiserman Richard Earnest Duvall Donald Eggar Kathryn Jean Elkins Douglas Dye Michael Eckert Gerard A. Ender Diane Epling 175 Seniors Show Spirit in Pride Week? Sharon Erska David Francis Fenton Alan Lee Estep Michael Ferguson Marina Evans Wendy Elizabeth Farstad 176 Another exciting day for Mark McDaniel. SSSSPt Marianne Fink William Edward Fioramonti Brenda Fisher Ruth Fisher Susan Annette Flynn Daniel Fosnight Glenn Ronald Forman Robert Foxwell 177 Sadie Hawkins Rakes in Jean Louise Francis Carol Anne Frank Lisa K. Franks Linda Fulford Karen Lee Gaizick Stephen Paul Garcia Gayle Lee Garner Ronny M. Gearheart Toni Gearhart Teresa Marie Genduso Ray Gichi Eric W. Gilbertson Reginald Gillis Patti Gilroy Sandy Ginn James Givargiszadeli 178 BH Big Profits for Seniors Gary Lee Glahn The library isn ' t only good for studying! Penelope Jean Glass Lawrence L. Goff Susan Gooch 179 Seniors Anxiously Await College Responses m flsBSk ■ ... Alison D. Guernsey Edward Guice Susan Diane Haase William Alan Hall Darlene Ann Hamilton Steve Randall Harris John Vernon Hanes Jr. Gregg Harmon Michael W. Harris Suzan Kathleen Hart 180 Diane Marie Hartell Sherri Hensley Irwin Dwight Hayes Connie Sue Hill Christine M. Hedrick Monica Diane Henry Yung Ho Mike Holland William W. Holland Virginia Hosmer Wei Hu Kent Philip Hunsberger 181 Seniors Vote on Superlatives " Everyone may leave class ten minutes early. " informs Gina Southee. Dawn Rene Hunt Donna Gail Hutchison Cynthia Idigpio Andrea Ivie Evelyn Lynn Jackson Janice Jamison Linda Lea Jenkins David Jibeault Dennis Keith Johnson Diane Frances Johnson 182 Michael Wayne Johnson Russell Jones Douglas Edward Kearns Robert E. Johnson Linda Lee Johnston Karen Linda Jones " Let ' s see now, I think I left her over there! " Diane Kemp 183 Nettie Frances Kidd Judy flashes another one of her " alluring " smiles. Kyunghto Kim Kgungho Kim Hollen Melissa Kimmel Dorothy Lynn Knauer Thomas F. Knight Teresa T. Kobayashi Fred Koch 184 Gary Edward Kraynock Neal Krysinski Barbara Ann Lane Seniors Corner " Grease Market " On 50 ' s Day Archie Payne wonders who Kay is looking at. Cynthia Jacquiline Larsen Rebecca Joyce Lauffer Theresa Lynn Lawhorn Pamela E. Lawrence 185 Look, Mr. Loving, my airplane fell apart on the way to school. Que Dinh Lee Michael Donald Letzkus Nancy Elizabeth Lewis Sandra Lynn Locklear David Alan Lomax Orrin Long James Lowenstern Sharon Kay Lucas 186 Senior Slump Sets In I didn ' t know that! Valerie Joan Lutz Sharon Lutz Deborah Lynch Molly Keana Macauley Paul Vincent Macdonald Kathy Ellen Mahoney Paul Maiatico Donald Dean Major Charles Maricle Debra June Matthews 187 Seniors Measured for Alix Michelle Mattusch Pegi McCrae Lucy Helen McAuliffe Mark McDaniel Terrence Patrick McCann Kathy McClintock Debbie Ann McDonough Geoffrey Liam McKeane Robyn Marie Me El wee Debra Lynn McKinney 188 Caps and Gowns Blair Merrell Jan Metzler Richard Brian Meyer Barry Lee Michael Mary Elizabeth McWhirt Sharon Ann Mee Janet Lee Meeks Pam Mecham Stuart Clayton Megaw Terry James Mella John L. Mikovits Karen D. Milbank Teresa Gale Millican Mark Mordhorst Darlene Morrison Tim A. Morrison Francine Maire Murdock Neil Edmund Nappo Senior Privileges Gradually Vanish Sue Hart expresses her feelings about Chemistry. 190 Rich Nelson Mark G. Nicchitta Constance L. Nicholas Katherina M. Nicholas Christine Louise Nolan William Nubbe Donna Lynn O ' Bryhim Michael Shawn O ' Connell William O ' Connell Jane O ' Hara Jon Ohleger Robert Owens Mary Pallansch Gary J. Palmer Thomas Charles Passino John Patchan 191 Senior Skip Day Arrives Again Brenda Patt Atchie Payne Bernard J. Pazanowski Steven Phillip Perroots James Gerard Pettin John F. Pfaff Patricia Mae Pierson Kathleen E. Pignotti John Henry Pilkerton Gary Kenneth Plaag 192 Brenda Proffitt Marjorie Irma Ragland Clifford Stephen Pumphrey Theresa Rose Rankin Kathleen Rawson George Wallace Rennolds Thomas Wayne Reedy Jayne Rhiger " Does a ' 3 of a kind ' beat a ' full house ' ? " asks Kenny. 193 Margaret J. Richard Ronald Ricks Carolyn Lee Roadcap Lawrence Alan Rohr Richard Edward Rooney Jeffery Scott Roth Vickie Lynn Rowe Ann Marie Ruggere " Don ' t tickle my foot! " pleads Teresa Kobayoshi. 194 Senior Courtyard Being Run Over by Weeds " Guess what I heard last night! " gossips Simmy to Denise. Ronald Paul Rukenbrod Paula Rutledge Robin Elaine Samuelson Joe Schaffner Victor Leopold Russillo Ken Sabin Maragaret Marie Scammon Doreen Elizabeth Schindler 195 Valedictorions Chosen Kevin Schneider John Eric Scholetzky Robert Sellers William Edward Senn Donna Shaffer Tim Shay James Sheldon Dana Joe Sherfet Starr Lynne Shifflett Bruce Allen Simmons Greg Simon Craig Simonet Donny Sisler Cheryl Mae Slinkard Karen Louise Smith Ilona Snyder 196 Stick ' em up or I ' ll shoot! Gina Lynn Southee Hurdy Stack Richard Lygeon Souther Harold Thomas Speaks Steve Knight Springston Jeanette Stafford John Stangohr Martha Ruth Stanley Cheryl Stevens Debra Norine Stevens 197 Miss Dimples 1975. Elizabeth Stevens James Stevenson Phyllis Stinnette Caroline E. Stites Debbie Stock David William Stoertz Jack Warren Stone Michael Stone 198 Plans for Senior Gift Discussed Lisa Lynn Streets Michael Lee Suddarth Mark Edwin Strysko John Charles Sullivan Linda Marie Stutchbury Eugene Swenkowski 199 Joanna Marie Szczepanski C.H. Too Jennifer Tate Denise Elaine Taylor Jennifer Thoma Mary Thomason Catherine Ann Thompson Susan Lynn Throneburg Rebecca Tinner Thomas Gary Trapp Sam Turner Kevin Davis Tyrrell Mark Underwood Neloise Sue Vickroy Fredrika Wade James Nelson Wade 200 Wolf Trap Setting for Graduation " You picked the best day to take my picture. " exclaims Vicki Anthony. Randy Lee Wade Susan Elaine Waller Betty Jane Walker Ronald Walker Joseph Wathen Diane Ward Joseph Daniel Wauhop Cynthis Kay Weaver Laura Jean Webster Michael Edward Wentz Sue West Brenda Kay White 201 " How much would Stuart pay for these football plans? " wonders Red Foxx. Robert Richard White Daniel A. Wilson Julie Wilson Richele Wendy Wilson Robert Lawrence Wilson Elizabeth Woodside David Chapman Yarbrough Rashad Muhamed Yassine 202 Seniors Express Good Luck to Underclassmen Leslie Zimmerman want to bite your neck! " says Joe DiSilvio to Pam Lawrence. Linda Leigh Zimmerman 203 BEST ALL AROUND: Molly Macauley tries to figure out how all ' round Archie Payne is. MOST ATHLETIC: Kathy Anderson and Mike Harris join the battle of the sexes. MOST DEPENDABLE: Judy Depalma finds she can depend on Mark Greene in a tight situation. 204 PERSONALITY PLUS: Ricky Yassine and Simmy Murdock demonstrate their glowing personalitites. [ • € v ♦ 4 MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED: Freddy Wade and Kenny Burgess do a rousing cheer. WITTIEST: Mr. Lawrence does not want to compete with Doug Burke ' s and Gina Southee ' s wit. MOST TALENTED: Michelle Barbaro pleads with Jack Stone to be her leading man. FRIENDLIEST: Vicki Anthony and Mike Stone can be very friendly. 205 DANIEL T. ADAMS — " Danny " — Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Concert Band 1; Symphonic Band 1,2. CAROL FRANCES ADDISON — DECA 1; FBLA 1; Fashion Merchandising 1. JOHN MICHAEL AHEARN, JR. — Band 1,2; Key Club 3, Vice- President 4; NHS 3,4; FHS 2,3; Soccer 1,2,3,4. KATHLEEN J ALBERTSON — " Al " — Choir 1,2; Madrigals 3; Gymnastics 2; SAC 3,4; Legislator 3,4; Model UN 3; Drama Club 2,3; Latin Club 3; Keyettes 3; FBLA 3. KATHERINE ROSE ANDERSON — " Kathy " — Fireld Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; GAA 2,3,4; " Most Athletic. " VICKI LYNN ANTHONY — " Vic " — Freshman Class Secretary; Cheerleader 2,3, Captain 4; Civinettes 2, Sgt-at-Arms 3,4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; SHS 2,3,4; 1st Runner-up Miss FCHS Pageant 2; Homecoming Court 2, Queen 4; Prom Court Hon. Mem. 4; " Friendliest " . LOUISE AUDREY ARTHUR — Drama 4; Latin Club 2; Art Club 1; Thespian 2; Treasurer 4. RHONDA KAY BACON — Chorus 3. DAVID ALLEN BALL — " Dave " — Electronics 1,2,3; DECA 4. VICKI RENE BAMBLING— Keyettes 3,4; GAA 1; Latin Club 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4. TOM WILLIAM BARNETT — " Tom " — Human Relations Committee. RICHARD FRANCIS BARRETT — " Rick " — Drama Club. JOHN LOWELL SCOTT BEASLEY — Cave Club. DAVID GRAYSON BECKER — Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 2; Concert Band 1,3,4; Key Club 2,3, Treasurer 4; Tennis Tean 3,4; Swim Team 4; " Marrin Sam " NJHS 1,2; NHS 3, Treasurer 4; German Club 3. BENJAMIN ROSCOE BLANKENSHIP III — " Buddy " — Band 1,2,3,4; Track 4; NHS 3,4; NJHS 1,2; SHS 3; Key Club 3,4. KATHY ANN BLANKENSHIP — D.E. 3. DAVID LEE BLUE-— FHS 1; French Merit; German Merit; Boys ' State. CAROLYN BRADD— " CB " — Gymnastics 1; Swim Team Captain 3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; French Club 1,2,3; NFHS 2,3; Keyettes 2,3, President 4; All-American in Swimming. NANCY MARIE BRANDT — NJHS 1, Treasurer 2; NHS 3,4; SG Legislator 1,2; Concert Choir 1,2; Madrigals 3, Secretary 2, Vice- President 3; GAA 1,2; All-Regional Choir 3. DEBORAH ALICE BRANNON — " Debbie " — Drill Team; Choir; T.O.D.A.Y. Club; Marantha Sec; " Getting It Together " ; NHS. JERRY JEROME BROWN — Computer Club. ROBERT EDWARD BUEL — " Bob " — Latin Club 2,3,4; Computer Club 2; Camera Club 1,2, President 3; Jaguar Journal 2,3, Editor-in- Chief 4; Model UN 1,2,3; Debate Team 1,2,3. GREG A. BUNCH — Rifle Club 1; DECA 4; Football 2. KENNETH WARREN GURGES — Football Manager 2,3,4; " Most School Spirited " . DAVID ALLEN BURGESS — " Dave " — VICA 3. DOUGLAS JOHN BURKE — " Dug " — Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; " Wittiest " . RICHARD JOSEPH BURKHART — " Rick " — Junior Civitans 3; German Club Vice-President 3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3: " Jaguar of the Year " 4; Football 1,2,3, Co-Captain 4. JAY B. CARPENTER — Ski Club 2; B.O.B. 2,3,4. RONALD JAY CAYLOR — " Ronnie " — Football 1,2,3, Captain 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Indoor Track 3,4; Civitans 3,4. LISA ANN CILINSKI — FHA 1,2,3; Spanish Club 2, President 3; NJHS 2, SHS 2,3; FBLA 2,3,4; COE 4; Chairman of Degrees. YVONNE MARIE CLEMENTS — " Clementine " — Science Club 1,2, Treasurer 3; Spanish Club 2; Drama 2,3; Bowling 2; Women ' s Ensemble 2; " The Best, Most Faithful Weather-Girl " . CHARLES CHRISTOPHER COOK — " Chuck " — DE 2,3. KATHY LEOLA CRAWFORD — " Katherine " — Marching Band 2,3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; NJHS 1,2; Campus Life 1,2; Spanish Club 2,3; SHS 4. MINDY LOU CRAWFORD — Marching Band 1,2; Drama 3,4; Project AYD 3, Chairman 4; NHS 3,4. BRAIN WHEATLEY CRAVER — Football 1,2,3,4; Track 3; Basketball 2; Civitans 3,4; German Club 3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Boys ' State 4; German Acheivement Award 2,3. MICHAEL DAVID CROCKER—Football 1. MARIANNE DALY —Pep Club 1; Spanish Club 1,2; Ski Club 1,2,4; All-Conference Basketball 3, All-Conference Track 3. PATRICK SHAWN DARCEY — " Joe " — Football 1; Baseball 1; Basketball 1,2; NJHS. ROY MICHAEL DAVES — Ski Club 1; Track 1. JUDITH THERESA DePALMA— " Mom " — Model UN 1,2,3; French Club 2; Jaguar Journal 1, Features Ed.; Assistant Edotpr-in- Chief 2, Sports Ed. 3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Drama 1,2,3,4; Thespians 2, Historian 3, Secretary 4. SG Cabinet-Public Relations 4; " Charlie Brown " ; " Harvey " ; " Mammy Yokum ' " Drama Award 2. LYLE DON DIXON — " Dixie " — DE 2. President 4. JOHN ROBERT DONAHUE— " Charlie " — German Club 1,2,3; Latin Club 2; English Team 2,3,4; It ' s Academic 2,3; Model UN 1,2,3,4; Superintendent ' s Area II; English Award 2. MICHELLE KAY DOWLER — Civinettes 3, Treasurer 4; GAA 1,2,3; Class Vice-President 1; NJHS 1,2; NHS 4; SHS 4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Most Valuable Gym Assistant 3. PETER McCONNELL DUNLOP — " Scottie " — Art Club 1,2, President 3; French Club 3,4; Art Club Trophy. STEPHEN RICHARD DUNN — " Droop " — Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Civitans 2,3,4. JAMES EDWARD EDMUNDSON — " Jimmy " — Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 1,2,3, Section Leader 4; Stage Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; All-Regional Band 1,3; NHS 4. GARY KENNETH EISERMAN — " Ace " — NHS 3,4; Tennis 2,3; Cross Country 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; " Who ' s Who Among American High School Students " ; National Merit Semifinalist; PTA Science Award; Baush Lomb Science Award. KATHRYN JEAN ELKINS— " Kathy " — GAA 1; Band 1; Model UN 3; Drama 2,3,4; Thespians 4; Keyettes 4; NHS 4; SHS; International Thespian Honor Society. ALAN LEE ESTEP — German Club 1,2; Computer Club 2,3,4; Football 4; NJHS. ELIZABETH J. EVANS — " Beth " — DECA 3,4. DANIEL PATRICK FALDOW— " Drip " — Ski Club; DE 2. WENDY ELIZABETH FARSTAD — GAA 1,2; Spanish Club 2. VANESSA LOUISE FERGUSON — " Van " — Bi-racial Group 1,2; Human Relations 3, Vice-President 4; Spanish Club 2; Prep Club 4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4. WILLIAM EDWARD FIORAMONTI — " Bill " — NJHS; FHS 2,3, President 4; Cross Country 1,2, Co-Captain 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Indoor Track 1,2,3,4; Rifle Club 1; Rifle Team 1; National Merit Letter of Commendation. SUSAN ANNETTE FLYNN — NJHS 1,2; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4. GLENN RONALD FORMAN — VICA; Soccer 1,4. JEAN LOUISE FRANCIS — " Jeannie " — Tennis 2, Co-Captain 3, Captain 4; GAA 1,2; Sweetheart Court Maid-of-Honor 3; Homecoming Court 4. CAROL ANNE FRANK — Art Club 2, Vice-President; Bowling Club 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 2, President 3, Secretary 4. LISA KIMBERLY FRANKS —Ski Club 1,2,3; GAA 1,2,3; Spanish Club 1, Treasurer 2,3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4. KAREN LEE GAIZICK — FBLA; Art Awards. JAIME H. GARCIA — Soccer 1,2,3,4. STEPHEN PAUL GARCIA— " Steve " — Football 1,2; Track 1,2. ROBERT VERNON GARLEM — VICA 1; Track 1; Band 1,2,3. GAYLE LEE GARNER — Choir. TERESA MARIE GENDOSO— " Terry " — Cheerleading 1, Captain 2,3; Softball 1,2,3,4; FBLA 3,4; Human Relations 3,4; Civinettes 3,4; Sweetheart Court 2. ERIC WILLIAM GILBERTSON — Drama 2,3,4; Swim Team 3. GARY LEE GLAHN — Marching Band 1,2,3; Concert Band 1,3; Symphonic 2; NJHS 1,2. PENELOPE JEAN GLASS — " Penny " — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3; FBLA 1. MARK ELLIOT GREENE — " Thor " — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; SHS 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3,4; Outing Club 1; Rifle Clue 1; Senior Class President; " Injun Joe " . DESIREE NANETTE GROESBECK — " Desi " — Latin Club 1; FBLA PERRY DOUGLAS GRUBB — Football 1,2,3,4; Civitans 3,4. ALISON DENISE GUERNSEY — Ski Club 4; Latin Club 2,3,4; German Club 1,2; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Softball 3. SUSAN DIANE HAASE — " Sue " — FHS 2,3,4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3, President 4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Letter of Commendation. DARLENE ANN HAMILTON — VICA Treasurer 1,2. MIKE WILLIAM HARRIS — " Red Foxx " — Football 1,2,3, " Best Running Back " ; Basketball 1,2,3,4. 206 STEVE RANDALL HARRIS — Chess Club 2; Spanish Club 1; SHS 1. SUZAN KATHLEEN HART — " Sue " — Keyettes 3; Latin Club 2,3; GAA 1,2,3; Tennis 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; " Perfect Attendance Award " 3. DIANE MARIE HARTELL — Spanish Club President 2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3; Symphonic Band 1,2,3; Yearbook Editor-in- Cheif 4; Track 1,2; AFS 1,2; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; SHS 1,2; President 3,4; National Merit Semifinalist; " Excellence in Spanish " 3; " Who ' s Who in American High School Students " . IRWIN DWIGHT HAYES — Baseball 1,2,3; Football 1; Basketball 1. CHRISTINE MARIE HEDRICK — " Chris " — GAA 1; Marching Band Majorrett 1,2,3; Concert Band 1; FBLA 3, reporter 4. MONICA DIANE HENRY — Pep Club 1; GAA 1,2; Spanish Club 1,2; FHA 1,2,3,4; President; SHS 1,2,3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4. CONNIE SUE HILL — SHS 1,2, Secretary 3,4; GAA 1; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Keyettes 3; FBLA 4; Class Secretary 2. WILLIAM WARD HOLLAND — " Billy " — Basketball 1; Football 2; Electronics Club 3; Honor Roll 1,2. DAWN RENE HUNT — Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3; Symphonic Band 4; TABS 1. DONNA GAIL HUTCHISON — " Hutch " — TABS 1,2, Treasurer 3; FBLA 3, President 4; Gymnastic Team 2, Co-Captain 3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4. EVELYN LYNN JACKSON — " Lynnie " — Cheerleader 1,2; Human Relations 2,3; Pep Club 3; Salt Pepperettes 3; FBLA 3, Officer 4; " Miss Congeniality 1973 " . DENNIS KEITH JOHNSON — Marching Band 1,2,3; Symphonic Band 1,2,3; All-Regional Band 1; NJHS 1. DIANE FRANCES JOHNSON — GAA 1, Co-ordinator 2, Vice- President 3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; FHS 3; Keyettes 4; Yearbook 4. MICHAEL WAYNE JOHNSON — " Mike " — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Chess Club 1,2; Math Team 4. ROBERT E. JOHNSON — " Bonehead " — Baseball; DE Award. LINDA LEE JOHNSTON — Softball 1,2; FBLA 3. KAREN LINDA JONES — FHA 1, Chairman of Degrees 2; GAA 1,2,3; French Club 2,3,4; Latin Club 3,4; Computer Club 2,3,4. DOUGLAS EDWARD KEARNS — " Doug " — Football 1,3,4; Wrestling 3; Track 3. ERIC ROLF KELLER — " Killer " — Basketball 1,2,3,4. NETTIE FRANCES KIDD — " Fritz " — Bowling Club 1, Trap, Field Skeet Club 1,2; Outing Club 1. HOLLEN MELISSA KIMMEL — " Holly " — GAA 1; Pep Club 1; NJHS 1,2; Cheeleading 2; Spanish Club 2; Civinettes Vice-President 3; Sweetheart Court 3. JUDY CHRISTINE KIRBY — " Pudge " — DECA 1. TERRI JO KISLEY — FBLA 1. VICKI LYNN KLINE — Marching Band 1,3,4; NJHS 1; NHS 4; Symphonic Band 1; Concert Band 3,4; KeycIub Sweetheart 3,4; Keyettes 4. DOROTHY LYNN KNAUER — " Dot " — GAA 1; Keyettes 2,3; Sgt.-at-Arms 4; FBLA 4; Yearbook 4; Latin Club 1,2,3. THOMAS FENDRICH KNIGHT — " Lover " — Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2; Stage Band 2,4; Spanish Club 2,3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; All-Regional Band 1,2,3; All-State Band 3. TERESA T. KOBAYASHI — Hockey MVP 1,2, MVP 3,4; Basketbsll 1, Co-Captain 2; Softball MVP 1,2,3; GAA 1, Treasurer 2, President 3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4. GARY EDWARD KRAYNOCK — " El Pueblo " — Basketball 1,2,4. BARBARA ANN LANE— French Club 1; Spanish Club 1; Swim Team 1; Orchestra 4. DAVID E. LARGEN — Bowling Club 1,2; Radio Club Vice President 1. REBECCA JOYCE LAUFFER — " Becky " — Pep Club 1; FBLA 2. THERESA LYNN LAWHORN — " Shortie " — FTA 4. PAMELA ELIZABETH LAWRENCE — " Tex " — DECA 4; FBLA 4. MICHAEL DONALD LETYKUS — German Club 1,2; Wrestling 1,2,3. DAVID ALAN LOMAX — " Little Lowery " — Ski Club President 1; Civitan 3. SHAREN KAY LUCAS — TABS 1,2,3; FBLA 2,3, Historian 4; GAA 1,2. VALERIE JOAN LUTZ — " Val " — Keyettes 3, Corr. Sec. 4; Concert Band 1, Symphonic Band 2; Marching Band 3; NHS 3,4; NJHS 1,2; Campus Life 1; Spanish Club 2,3; Legislator 2, Miss FCHS pageant 4. MOLLY KENNA MACAULEY — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Latin Club 1, President 2,3,4; FHS 1,2,3; GAA 1,2; SG Sec-Tre 3, Vice-President of Curriculat Affairs 4; Keyettes 3, Chaplain 4; National Merit Letter of Commendation; Sweetheart Court 3, Queen 4; DAR US History Award; DAR Good Citizenship Award; " Best All Around " . PAUL VINCENT DACDONALD — Ski Club 3; Model UN President 4; Latin Club 1; German Club 2, Soccer 4. KATHY ELLEN MAHONEY — DE 2, Vice-President 3. DEBRA JUNE MATTHEWS — " Debbie " — Latin Club 2,3 President 4; TABS 3, Sec. 4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3; Stage Band 4; Vice-President of Sophomore Class; Cabinet Member 4. ALIX MICHELLE MATTUSCH—Chorus 1,2; FBLA 3,4; NJHS 1; COE 4. TERRENCE PATRICK MCCANN — " Mic " — German Club 1,2; Soccer Manager 2. MARKT. MCDANIEL — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; FHS; " Perfect Attendance Award " . GEOFFREY LIAM MCKEANA — Geoff — Chess Club 1,3, President 4; NHS 4; NJHS 1,3; Civitans 3,4; Math Team 4; It ' s Academic 4; International relations 4; National Merit Semifinalist. DEBRA LYNN MCKINNEY — " Debbie " — Civinettes 3,4; FBLA 4; DECA 4; French Club 1,2; Gymnastics 3; Cheerleading 1,2; Miss FCHS 4th runner-up; Class Secretary 4; Prom Court 3; Maid-of- Honor 3. MARY ELIZABETH MCWHIRT— Latin Club 1,2, Sec.-Tres. 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2, Vice-Pres. 3,4; Keyettes 3,4; GAA 1,2; SHS 2,3,4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Yearbook Staff-Faculty Editor 4; " Perfect Attendance Award " ; Nationsl Spanish Merit Award. SHARON ANN MEE — " Sammy " — Human Relations Club 1 ; Book Club 3; SHS 4; NHS 3,4; SG Parliamentarian 4; Science Club 3; Forensics 3,4. JANET LEE MEEKS — Girls ' Chorus 1,2; Mixed Chorus 3; NHS 1, Gymnastics Club 2; Literary Magazine 3; Broadway Broads 2. TERRY JAMES MELLA — Computer Club 2; Rifle Club 1,2,3, President 4; Rifle Team 2,3,4; VICA 3,4. BLAIR ANDRE MERRELL — " Conscience " — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; SHS 2; Secretary 1; Athletic Acheivement Award 2. RICHARD BRAIN MEYER — Football 1; Indoor Track 4; Track and Field 1,2,3,4. BARRY LEE MICHAEL — " Fuzzy " — Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2,4; Wrestling 2; Trap, Field, Skeet Club 3; Civitans 3, Vice-President 4. KAREN D. MILBANK — Track 2. TERESA GALE MILLICAN — " Sticky " — NJHS 1; German Club 2; DECA Secretary 1; GAA 2. TIM A. MORRISON — " Van " — Drama 3,4; Football 4; German Club 1,2,3; Baseball Mgr. 3,4. FRANCINE MAIRE MURDOCK— " Simmy " — Cheerleading 2,3, Co-Captain 4; Cheerleading Club 2,3, Vice-President 4; Civinettes 3,4; French Club 2, Softball 3,4; Track 2; Sweetheart Court 1,2,4. NEIL EDMUND NAPPO — " Little Nelly " — Wrestling Mgr. 3,4; French 1,2,3,4; " Sum ma Cum Laude " . CONSTANCE LOUISE NICHOLAS— " Boobsie " — AFS 1,2; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Majorette 2,3,4; Concert Band 1; Symphonic Band 2,3,4, Section Leader 3,4; All-Regional Band 2, alternate 3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; SHS 3,4; TABS 3,4, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Spanish Club 2,3, Treasurer 4. KATHERINE MARIE NICHOLAS — " Kathy " — TABS 1; VICA Sec. 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Girl Student of the Year ' 73- ' 74; 2nd place in regionals for VICA Student of Year. CHRISTINE LOUISE NOLAN — " Christy " — Marching 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Majorettes 3,4. Keyettes 3,4; Sweetheart Court 3,4. DONNA LYNN OBRYHIM— " O Fish " — AFS 2; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 3,4; Concert Band 1,2; Franch Club 3 ' Gymnastics 1; SHS 2,3. MICHAEL SHAWN OCONNELL — " Mike " — Rifle Club 1,2; Field Track 2; Football 3. GARY JOESPH PALMER — French Club 4; Photography club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. HOWARD DOUGLAS PARKER — " Dougie " — Baseball 1,2,3. THOMAS CHARLES PASSINO — Wrestling 1,2,3; Civitans 3,4. BERNARD JOSEPH PAZANOWSKI — " Bernie " — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Rifle Club 1; Cross Country 2; S.G. Vice-President of Extracurricular Affairs 4; " Pappy Yokum " . STEVEN PHILLIP PERROOTS — " Steve " — German Club 3 Wrestling 1, 2nd in district 2, 3rd in Xmas Tourn. 2, 1st in district, 2nd in Regionals, 5th in state, Most outstanding wrestler 3,4. 207 JOHN THOMAS PENTECOST — VICA 2. JAMES GERARD PETTIN — " Jim”—Band 1; Football 1. JOHN F. PFAFF — PFFF . . . " — Marching Band 2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2; Symphonic Band 3,4; Tennis Team 3,4. KATHLEEN E. PIGNOTTI — " Kaye” — Gymnastics 1,2; Hockey 1,2; GAA 1,2; FBLA 3,4; Honor Roll. JOHN HENRY PILKERTON — VICA. GARY KENNETH PLAAG — ”P” — Latin Club 2,3,4; German Club 1,2,3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 1,2,3, Section Leader 4; Va. All-Regional Band 1,2,3; All- State Band 3; Stage Band 1,4; Asst. Editor Yearbook 4; German Acheivement Award 2,3; Golden Goat Award-Humanities 4. BRIAN CHRISTOPHER PRICE— ICT; VICA. CLIFFORD STEPHEN PUMPHREY — NFHS 1,2,3, Vice-President 4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Science Club 1,2; Mathematics Team 4; Computer Club 2; Yearbook Staff 4; SG Elections Chariman 4; English Team 2; Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; National Merit Semifinalist, Science Student of 1974. MAJORIE IRMA RAGLAND — " Marge” — Human Relations 3, Fashion Merchandising 1. THERESA ROSE RANKIN — " Terry” GAA 1,2; French Club 2,3,4; FHS 2,3,4; NJHS 1,2; Cabinet Officar 3; Student Advisory Council 4; County Advisory coucil 4; Ski Club 2,3,4; " Who ' s Who of American High School Students. RAMONE REDDEN — " Monie " — DECA reporter 1. THOMAS WAYNE REEDY -— " Sweet Pea " — Soccer 1,4, Cabinet Member 4; French Club 4; S.G. 3,4; Magazine Chairman 4; German Club 2; " LiI ' Abner”; Hononable mention in Science Fair,; Heart Assoc. Merit Certificate. GEORGE WALLACE RENNOLDS — NHS 3; NJHS 1. MARGARET JEANNE RICHARD — " Peggy " — Cabinet Officer 1,2; GAA 1; Keyettes 2,3, Rec.-Sec. 4. CAROLYN LEE ROADCAP — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; FBLA 4. RICHARD EDWARD ROONEY — " Rick " — DECA 1. JEFFERY SCOTT ROTH — " Jeff " — Track 2; VICA 4. VICKIE LYNN ROWE — NHS 3,4; Latin Club; FBLA. ANN MARIE RUGGERE— " Ruggy " — Band 1,2,3,4; NJHS 1, Vice-President 2; NHS 3,4; SHS 1,2,3, Chaplain 4; S.G. Cabinet- Magazine Drive 4; Spanish Club 2; AFS 1; campus Life 1; Keyettes 4; Class Treasurer 2,3. RONALD PAUL RUKENBROD — " Ronnie " — Football 1,2, Manager 4. VISTOR LEOPOLD RUSSILLO — " Vic " — Drama; Computer Club; Model UN; Yearbook; Vice-President Model UN. PAULA RUTLEDGE — VICA 2. ROBIN ELAINE SAMUELSON — Marching band Majorettes I, 2,3,4; Keyettes 2,3,4; Chorus 1; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4. MARGARET MARIE SCAMMON — " Peggy " — DECA 1. FBLA 1. DOREEN ELIZABETH SCHINDLER — " Reeny " — Marching Band 2,3,4; Majorette 2,3,4; TABS 3,4; NHS 3,4. J. ERIC SCHOLETZKY— Bowling Club 1,2,3,4; Rifle Club 2, Radio Club 1,2,3,4. CYNTHIS ELLEN SCHWIND — " Cindy " — Drama 1; YAAG 1; Glee 2; Pep Club 2; Trap, Field, Skeet secretary 2. WILLIAM EDWARD SENN — " Eddie " — Latin Club 2, Vice-Pres. 3,4; Model UN 2,3; Drama 3,4; Thespian 3,4; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Student Advisory Council 3,4; Basketball 2; Swim Team 3; " Antigone " , " The Innocents " , " She Stoops to Conquer " , " The Night of January 16th " , SG President 4; " Who ' s Who Among American High School Students " , Drama Award 1 974; Golden Riser 1974; " U Blu it " 1974. DANA JOE SHERFEY — VICA 3,4. STARR LYNNE SHIFFLETT — Drama 1,2; NJHS 1; Latin Club 2,3,4; Motocross 3; Softball 2,3; Basketball 2; Hockey 2,3,4; GAA 2,3,4; Ski Club 4. BRUCE ALLEN SIMMONS — Bowling Club 1; VICA 3,4 Publicity Manager; Franch Club 1,2. DONNY SISLER— ICT 2,3. CHERYL MAE SLINKARD — NJHS 1,2. KAREN LOUISE SMITH — VICA 3,4. JOHN RICHARD SCTANGOHR — NJHS; Science Fair, 2nd place 3rd place in Engineering. GINA LYNN SOUTHEE — Drama 1,2,4; FBLA 3, Rep. 4; German Club 1, Vice-Pres. 2; Broadway Braods 2; Ski Club 4; " Wittiest " . RICHARD LYGEON SOUTHER — " Rick " — Latin Club 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3. HAROLD THOMAS SPEAKS — " Tom " — Soccer 1,2,3,4; Football 4. STEVE KNIGHT SPRINGSTON — Baseball 1,2; Track 1; German Club 1,2; Football 1; Civitan 2,3. MARTHA ROTH STANLEY — Latin Club 1; Math Team 1; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; SHS 3, Historian 1; English Team 1. CHERYL LOUISE STEVENS — Cafteria Committee 1; Broadway Broads 1; Majorette, Band 1; Legislator 1,2; Yearbook Staff 2; NHS 3,4; Keyettes 4; Drama Club 4; DECA Vice-President 4. DEBRA NORINE STEVENS — " Debbie " — NJHS 2; NHS 3,4; SHS 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Campus Life 1,2; AFS 1; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Bolley Ball All-Stars 1; SG Legislature 2. CAROLINE ELIZABETH STITES— French Club 2,3; Drama Club 1,2,3, President 4; Track 3,4; Model UN 3; NJHS 2; GRA 1 Drama Club Award 3. DAVID WILLIAM STOERTZ — " Dave " — Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2; Stage Band 1,2,4; All- Regional Band 1,2,3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; Tennis 4; Letter of Commendation from National Merit. JACK WARREN STONE — Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Vice-Pres. 2, Secretary 4; Thespians 2, Treasurer 3,4; Drama Club Award ' 71- ' 72; " Most Talented " . LISA LYNN STREETS — Art Club 1, President 2; Bowling Club 1,2, Treasurer 3; GAA 1,2; TRI-HI-Y 2. MARK EDWIN STYSKO— " Cisco Kid " — Marching Band 2,3,4; Symphonic Band 4; Concert Band 1,2,3. LINDA MARIE STUTCHBURY — Drama 1; Secretary 1; SG Class Rep. 1. MICHAEL LEE SUDDARTH — " Flame " — Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4; Indoor Track 3,4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3, President 4; NHS 3,4; Stage Band 1; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; All- Regional Band 3. JOHN CHARLES SULLIVAN — Bowling Club 1,2; J.A. 4. JOANNA MARIE SZCZEPANSKI — " J.J. " — TABS 1, Historian 2, Vice-President 3; NJHS 1,2; NHS 3, Secretary 4; Cabinet Officer 4; Swim Team 3,4; Keyettes; Art Awards. DENISE ELAINE TAYLOR — NJHS 1,2; Class Vice-Pres. 4; Cheerleading Club 1, Corres. Sec. 3; Sgt-at-Arms 4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Civinettes 4; GAA 1,2; Track 1,3; Gymnastics 1,2; intramurals 1,2; Ski Club 4; Christmas Court 2; Homecoming Court Maid-of-Honor 4. N ANCY MARIE THIBEAULT — TABS 2; Nancy Bowl Award. CATHERINE ANN THOMPSON — " Cathy " — German Club 1 ; GAA 1,2,3; Latin Club 2,3; Legislator 3. SUSAN LYNN THRONEBURG — " Sue " — FBLA; DE. THOMAS GARY TRAPP — " Q.T. " — Football 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; Civitan 2,3, Chaplain 4. KEVIN DAVIS TYRRELL—Key Club 3,4; Football 1; Model UN 1. MARK DOUGLAS UNDERWOOD— " Underdog " — Cibitans 3,4; Ski Club 4; Football 1; Baseball 1,2,4. FREDRIKA WADE — " Freddy " — GAA 1,2, Secretary 3,4; Drama Club 1,2,3; Keyettes 4; Track 1; Tennis 2; NJHS 2; NHS 3,4; French Club 2,3; French Honor Society 3; Bike Club 3; Wreslerettes 4; " Most School Spirited " . JAMES NELSON WADE— " Jim " — Football 1,2,3; Spanish Club 1,2; NJHS. RANDY LEE WADE — Football 4; Wrestler 4; Civitans 3. SUSAN ELAINE WALLER — Marching Band 1,2,3,4; NJHS 2; Concert Band 1,2,3; Symphonic Band 4; TABS 3, President 4. MICHAEL THEODORE WARRING — Football 3; VICA 4. CYNTHIA KAY WEAVER — " Weavee " — GAA 1,2,3,4; Gymnastics 1, Captain 2, Captain 3,4; Most Valuable Gymnast 2; track 2; NJHS 1, Safety Council 3,4; Board of Directors; Keyettes 3, Vice-President 4; Stndent-Teacher Human Relations 3; Chairman Of Orientation 3,4; Hockey 2; Cabinet Officer 4; VA Girls State 4; lettered 4 times. MICHAEL EDWARD WENTZ — Drama Club 1,2; Computer Club 3,4; Engineering Club 3,4. ROBERT RICHARD WHITE — " Snow " — Jaguar Journal 1. ROBERT WILLIAM WHITE — VICA. DANIEL A. WILSON — " Dan " — Rifle Team 2, Captain 3, Captain 4; Rifle Club 2,3,4; Outing Club 4. RICHELE WENDY WILSON — NJHS 1,2; NHS 3,4; SHS 3; FBLA 2; Jaguar Journal 4; New Editor 2. 208 " This is the most exciting class we ' ve been in all day. " " I sure wish I knew that good-looking guy. " immy glares at the unwelcomed photographer. 209 Juniors Say, " We ' ll Beat ' Em In The End " The " Spirit of ' 76 " really shone forth as the Junior class energetically produced many activities, including the all-important Prom. In order to make the dance a success, their fund¬ raising projects, such as bake sales, candy sales, stationery and scroll sales, and selling " We ' ll Beat ' Em in the End " buttons, helped immensely. Once again, the Class of ' 76 proved to be unbeatable. For the third year in a row, the Juniors won Pride Week with an outstanding hall with the themes " Spook Stuart " and " Rattle Raiders " . The many hours of work that went into this colorful spectacular proved to be worth it. With the effort and cooperation of the students, the Juniors sold the most magazines, leading the way through the Magazine Drive. They placed first, netting more money than any other class. Hard work went into the Homecoming float, a curling blue wave with the slogan " Wipe Out Woodson " . Much excitement occurred in November whi ' e ordering Class Rings, which were received in April. The spirited teamwork of this winning class will prove it to be a superior Senior class next year. First Row — Tina Weissenborn, Cabinet Officer; Roxane Brocato, Secretary; Back Row — Cathy Stevens, Vice-Pres.; Mary Anne West, Pres.; Kay Schindler, Treas. " This sure doesn ' t taste like tomato soup! " 210 Donna Hanrahan thinks up her term paper during lunch. 21 1 " Did you hear the one about . . .? " giggles Carol Hayhurst. First In Pride Hall Kathy Ahearn Gerald Alstader Craig Amans Carole Amole Carol Anderson Stephen Anderson Patricia Arey Neil Arnold Bill Askins Jeffery Attiliss Kathy Augustine Joelle Austin Kim Babcock Fred Bailey Brian Baird Randy Balderson Iwan Barber William Barrett Sherra Basham Mark Beach Nancy Beck Tim Bel I ifeui I le Robert Benedict Darian Biagiui Laurie Bichel Kathy Black Vicki Blackwell Virginia Bleons James Blumer Charles Bolt Yolanda Booth Linda Bowen Barb Boyer Beth Bray Janice Bresch Edward Brinkley Teresa Brisco Roxane Brocato Patricia Brooks Rindy Brookshire Jimmy Brotherton Brenda Brown Robert Brown Charles Bruch Robert Buckhorn Bichthang Bui Brenda Burgess Michael Burke 212 Third Year Straight William Burnett Donald Burrill Seymour Butz Stanley Calendine Linda Cameron Linda Carlisle Michael Carnahan Holly Carroll Pam Carter Rodney Carter Gary Caylor James Cheatham Dung Cho John Cilinski Devlin Clark George Clark Sandy Clark Cathy Clements Yvonne Clements David Cobert Patricia Conrad Cindy Collins Patricia Cook Tim Cook Kathy Copelin Gregory Corbin Chris Craig Susan Craig Carole Cratty William Crowder Ana Dacanny Cathy Darnell Barbara Dawson Jerry Davis Jonathan Day Nina Delp Michael Desmarais Tiny Dillon Stephen Donnachie Michael Donahue Janice Donohue Laurie Dreis Jonathan Dubois Linda Duvall Donn Engler Esther Enmanuel Samuel Entsminger Carol Erie 213 " Hey, Good-Looking, have a seat, " offers Joelle Austin. Stationery Sales Bring In Needed Funds Beth Erlandson Kathy Estep Janet Fauntleroy Kathleen Feeney Carol Ferris Randy Ferris Karen Fiormonti Gary Flather Bryant Flecher Frank Floyd Patty Foltz Robert Fortner Gary France Helen Freshwater Molly Fulmer Wesley Gallahan James Gant Cathy Garcia 214 Tracy Garrett Cheryl Gay The honeymoon is over for Pattie Conrad and Dave Roberts |m w 11W Michael Geduldig Lisa Gilbertson Leigh Gillespie Dale Goldman Michael Gossom Cory Gramling Cynthia Grant Cheryl Green Robert Green Judy Grimes Susan Groger Cathy Grooms Dennis Groves James Gudger James Gunnels Ann Hajec Sandra Hall Sharon Hall Sh aron Haney Stephen Hanson Donna Hanrahan Michael Harris Teresa Harris Scott Harrison George Hascall Charles Hasnauer Dennis Hatton Robin Hawkins Carol Hayhurst Janet Hecker 215 Garland Henderson Laverne Henderson Lauire Herman Leslie Hershey Marietta Hill Becky Hoak Cynthia Holland Kathleen Holman Helen Holmes Marianne Holmes Karen Hopkins Ricky Hopkins Rebecca Houkal Karyn Howell Russell Hrabe Karol Hume Steve Hunter Jack Hurlock Charles Isom Asbury Jackson Eric Jackson Paul Jackson Mike Jacobs Teresa Jacobsen John Jamison George Johnson Susan Jordan Ilona Kassey James Kaufman Mary Jane Keegan Kyle Kennedy John Kerins Renu Khodrana Kenneth Kidd Ralph Kidwell Sang Kim Yoon Kim Linda Kirkpatrick Donald Klika Kenneth Knies Beverly Kobayashi Paul Kopach Glenn Krause David Kuhn Arthur Kyle Steve Lambert Edgar Lancaster Eva Lancaster i ) 1 , £ A V x n 216 Money In Magazine Drive Susan Lane Donald Lau Erin Lee Yemg Sok Lee Kim Lemmons Mark Letzkus Jerry Lewis Karen Lewis William Lewis Cheryl List Thomas Littlewood Lisa Lodsun Jack Looney Valerie Loos Cheryl Losh Deborah Lovall Mike Lloyd Richard Lunsford Chris Lustig David MacDonald Katherine MacGowan Timothy MacGinnis Mary Beth Mahler Gus Malakatis Cynthia Malick Mary Lee Malone Mike Mansfield Brenda Marsh James Martin Mike Martin Marketta Mason Michael Massey David Mathis Steve Mattheisen Pam Mattson Linda May Richard May Richard Mauer Jack McAuliffe Jennifer McCarthy Sue McClafferty Ronald McClintock David McCuen Donna McFaden Julie McMillan Pamela Mechem Kevin Merrell Christine Micale 217 Anxiously Awaiting Class Rings Steve Miller Jeanne Miller Larry Miller Michael Mills Blair Minturn Arnell Monti William Montminy Vickie Mosier Donald Morrell Donald Morrow Susan Morrow Nancy Mott Loretta Moy Timothy Murdock Martin Murfree Dawn Murphy Kathy Murphy Michael Murphy Mike Neilan Sharon Nelson Sam Nestor Ron Newton Jeff Noble Bruce O ' Donnell The Mr. Hyde in Kathy Spitzer comes out when she enters the lab. 218 Dennis Hatton looks at his friend and wonders if it ' s only water that comes out of the fountain. Richard Oke Kathlenn Olivio Dawn Painter Donna Patch Richard Patrick Larry Patterson Deane Paynter William Perkins Natalie Peters Kevin Pewtherer Karen Pfeiffer Chuck Pinson Mary Pohedra Danny Pometto Theresa Powell John Price Judy Puckett Chris Ramsey Cindy Ramsey Bill Rankin Nicole Rankin Karen Ranta Dana Ratcliff Joy Rathnam 219 Juniors " Rattle Raiders " Pam Rector Bonnie Reed Jeff Richard Frieda Richardson Dan Rider Cindy Riley Dave Roberts Ken Roberts Joe Robinson Don Roche Mike Rodriquez Steve Rodriquez Sue Rollison Jenny Runft Kim Russell Jean Sadlowe Mary Sapp Tim Saunders Mark Schalk Belle Scheibner Eric Scheider Kay Schindler Walt Seely Kris Selquist Carmen Serrano Betty Seymour Diane Sharrett Alan Shelor Michele Sheltra Jeff Shipp Dwight Shore Penny Short Scott Silvestor Mary Ann Simko Roy Simmons Pam Slane Rhonda Slusher Charles Smith Debbie Smith Mike Smith Phillip Smith Mitra Sohaili Anne Sonnhalter Earl Southee Kathy Spitzer Mark Steadman Greg Stevens Cathy Stevens 220 Trying To Win Bell Lisa Stevens Kenny Stevenson Sue Stock Betty Stratton Bob Stratton Peggy Streets Donna Strickland Mei Jui Sun Tom Swensen Mark Szarnicki Julie Tassi Mark Tavelli Bev Terry Don Thompson Carole Tilson Jane Todaro Rob Tomasino Joanne Townsend Nancy Trammell Liz Trapnell Pete Truelove Bill Trussell Patti Turner Catherine Van Hart Joseph Villa William Vosburg Edwin Vredrgoor Catherine Vucci Wendy Wagoner Kathryn Wall Carol Wallace Jiann Sheng Wang James Wathen Anna Marie Watkins Joseph Webb Karen Webber Tina Weissenborn Mary Anne West Eugene Whetzel Mike Whitmore Todd Wien Cheryl Williams Steven Wimmer Tamara Wincek Joanne Wirt Patricia Wolff Stanley Wood Wayne Wood 221 Mary Woodmanse Tommy Wooldridge Mari Yagyu Barb Yanick Sandy Youngblood Nicholas Zeltvay Charles Zimmerman Denise Zimmerman Donald Zirkle Prom Proves Big Success for Juniors " Ah-a! " cries Becky Brackett. " I knew the first Tarzan was Elmo Lin¬ coln. " " According to these direction, I take two lefts and the Men ' s Room is on the right, " says an impatient Jeff Richards. 222 K 4 m |lj « I Sir i 1 Brenda and Patty offer thier goodies. 223 Sophomores Uphold Reputation of Enthusiasm Seated — Archie Borgus, President; Standing — Bev Blaisdell, Vice-President; Jill Bassett, Cabinet Officer; Diane Haight, Secretary; Celeste Morrow, Treas. The Class of ' ll began their second year at Falls Church High School with the same enthusiasm, teamwork, and spirit that they are known for. The Sophomores spent the first months of school raising money through bake sales, dues drives, and a highly successful variety show starring “Sonny " and “Cher " . They combined their enthusiasm and teamwork to produce the Homecoming float, “Buzz by Woodson " , and a creative hall for Pride Week. The entire class participated in the required speech course which helped them increase their self-confidence and taught them to use oral communication as a creative means of expression. The Sophomore Class discovered that hard work is the key ingredient to success. They used this discovery in every effort they made and were rewarded with a successful, busy year. " The title of Sonny ' s new album is ' Croak along with Bono ' , " exclaims Cher. 224 ' Ma and Pa Kettle ' dress in their Sunday best for the dance. 225 Bake Sales Continue to be Kathy Abrams Krista Abrams Sue Adams Cynthia Allen Carla Alves Patty Adkins Diane Anderson Joan Anderson Linda Anderson Wendy Anderson John Andrews Butch Arthur Paul Arundel Penny Ashby Mark Askin Mark Ather Jacelyn Ayres John Baer David Baird Cynthia Ball Becky Ball Patty Ballard Paul Baiun Ronny Bambling Jimmy Barker Reena Barou Jill Bassett Jim Baumgardner Jamie Baylis Sandy Beazley Jorge Becerra Juan Becerra Kevin Becker Peggy Beech Barbara Beers Mary Ellen Bennett Yvonne Bennett Paul Benz Laurie Bergstrom Patrick Bernheisel Lisa Best Bev Blaisdell Bobby Blankenship Sheila Blewster John Bloom Cindy Bocock Scott Bono Archie Borgus 226 Consistent Fund-Raising Projects Steven Bourne Barbara Brackett William Brannon Brian Brenner Brian Brilhart Terri Brinkley Melissa Brooker Leonard Brooks Donald Brown Errol Brown Greg Brown Joseph Brown Beth Brownell Terrie Brownlee Geoffrey Brunner Glenn Bryan Norman Buckman Tammy Bugg Phuong Bui Susan Burgess Brian Burke Ginny Burke Cynthia Burkhardt John Burton Philip Burton Norman Burwick Stephen Byers Kim Bzdek Chris Cain Mark Carey James Carl Gloria Cashion Pam Cathell Suzanne Cevey Sang Chang Thomas Christos Renee Ciervo Valerie Clayborne Jeanne Clapp Mary Cobert Tim Coffman Barbara Cole Ronald Coll ins David Cologne Tom Cook Jeanette Cooper Michael Cooper Michael Cooper 227 Variety Show Brings In Big Profits Scott Cooper Margie Cornwell Pam Cox Terri Cragle Cheryl Critchfield Bonnie Crotty Susan Crocker Fran Cuchiara James Culhane Martin Cunningham Kevin Curtain Leanne Czanrnaski James Daly Mark Danahy Robert Darnell Thomas Daube Dagny Davis Madeline Davis Michele D avis Craig Day Ruth Defreitas Kathy Deg root Michael Dejarnette Carol Dellinger Regina Delp Mark Devine Edward DeWolfe Linda Dougherty Jay Douglas Robert Dunn Ian Edmunds Cindy Eldridge David Elliot Debbie Entsminger William Epling Larry Epling Alison Evans Jeff Evans Scott Fairman Kenny Fallon Thomas Farrell Diane Ferrari Lenny Field Maria Fiorino Stephanie Finlay Erin Flynn Pam Foltz Pam Ford 228 " I ' m busy tonight, but . . grins Judy. Mary Beth Forrester Beth Fortner Reggie Fortune Cindy Fox John Fox Bradley Fraley Donald France John- Franklin Lynn Freehof Karen Friedman Donna Fritz John Furr Mark Gardiner Ramona Getz Leroy Giles Donald Gil I is Linnet Goble Mary Goff David Goodwin Mathew Goreki Julie Gossom Kirk Grandy Lynne Grant Charles Gray 229 Gregg Greenfield Brad Greenquist Sharon Griffin Jennifer Griggs Nancy Grooms Clark Gusfaveson Diane Haight Susan Hamblin Jenine Hamilton Allison Hanes Ronald Haney Maria Hanna Lisa Harris Phillip Harrison Rex Hart Katherine Hartell Chuck Hawkins Bob Heath Betty Hedgpeth Dawn Hemenway Marcella Henry Deborah Henson Kathryn Hepler Marth Hepworth Beth Highfill Jimmy Hile Josiah Hill James Hixson Hun Ho David Hogan Tim Hohner Pam Holland Patricia Holland Leslie Holman Anna Holsinger Darlene Houtz Kenny Howard Lani Hudson Harry Hueston Bob Hume Adrian Hunsberger Rene Ireson Prisca Irion Bruce Irle Joann Ivie Chris Jackson Cheryl Jacobs Marietta Jacobsen 230 Teamwork Produces Creative Hall for Pride Week Abdul Jalajel Joe Jarvis Cecilia Jenkins Wayne Jenkins Jim Jankowski Nancy Jewell Jeffrey Johnson Wendy Johnson John Jones Laura Jones Steven Jones Joanne Kaplan Cheryl Kearns Paul Keller Karen Kendall Sharon Kennedy Cynthia Kerns Katherine Keys John Kimmer Kay Kincaid Shari King Karen Kirkpatrick James Kleinnman Lorin Kish Deborah Klika Anna Marie Kline Gail Koch Carol Kondracki Anita Knight Mary Laliberte Michael Lansdown Lynn Larkin Michael Larow Wanda Lawhorn David Lazarus Khiem Le Tong Le Albert Leary Alden Lee Mary Lee Regina Lee Young Chae Lee 231 The library is a quiet place to study. Kelly Legate Colleen Lewis Glen Lewis Jonathon Lewis Micheal Lewis Chip Lightner James Lightner Liz Link Lori Logsdon Robert Lomax Kathy Loveless Evelyn Lowenstern Keith Lundien Walter Lynn Clifford MacDonald Diana MacDonald Donna MacDonald Dawn MacNevin Bill Maffett Ted Magsig Denise Marcellin Danny Mares Danny Martin Eve Martin 232 Melvin Martin Karen Mason John Mastropaolo Mike Matheson Lucinda McCarroll Becky McClafferty Marion McClintock Anne McElwee John McHugh Richard McKinney Brian McMillen Susan McQuain Matthew McQuillen John Mehalic Ray Merchant Bucky Methfessel Don Miller Judy Miller Spirits High as Class Builds Float Lisa doesn ' t seem interested in her friend ' s hangnail. 233 Sophomores Anticipate Advantages Lisa Miller Susan Mitton Bonnie Mills Judy Moreau Diane Morgan Celeste Morrow Roger Morton Mindy Moubray Debbie Moubray Robert Mowson Eileen Murphy Michael Myhre Nick Nappo Peter Nassetta Barbara Neilan Chris Nicchitta Ann Nicholas Doug Nolan John Nye Alan Nystrom Becky O ' Bryhim Dan O ' Donnell Chet Olive Nancy Olivola Nashwa Omary Deborah O ' Meara John O ' Neill Randy Osburn Mike Raljug Lisa Palmer Bob Papke Judy Paradise Tim Park Debbie Parsons Robert Passino Steven Patrick Michele Payne Bunny Pearson Sharon Pelham John Pennington Vicky Peregoy Greg Phelps Ruth Philippon Jeff Phillips Michael Pinson Tom Pitts Karen Ponton Bob Powers 234 of Being Juniors Jeff Pratt Gary Presten Ruth Preston Lee Proctor Debra Radcliff Perry Ramsey Kathy Randall Carrie Randolph Diane Raulston David Rawson Marc Redditt Tammi Reeves Patrice Rehrig Paula Rehrig John Reingruber Debbie Rice Judy Richard Skip Richard Teresa Richardson Lori Richmond Mary Jane Rike Paula Riley Tammy Risdon Candace Rodman Brenda Round Terri Rowland Jimmy Rozier Renee Ruggere Norma Rukenbrod Becky Russell Richie Russell Pam Ryon Sharon Sabin Jack Salta Stephen Santos Dan Schalk Brenda Schindler Laura Schlader Larry Schmidt Lois Schuler Tina Schultzel Joyce Scott Martha Scott Paula Seguine Steven Seidman Rick Seracino Helen Shaffer Laurie Shannon 235 Sophomore girls learn that the fork goes on the table not under it. Diane Shaw Michael Sheviak Peter Shonerd Donna Shore Tammy Simmons Frank Simonds Barry Simpson Coty Simpson Jimmy Simpson Megan Smith Porter Smith Robert Smith Anthony Snedgen Michael Snedgen Theresia Snyder Jordan Spahr Amy Spear Claude Stark Paul Stark Ted Staples Donna Steeves Kathryn Steidel Sharon Steele Richard Sternitzke 236 Sophomores Elect New Legislator Donna Stewart Gail Stine Donna St. Hilaire Daniel Stone Scott Stout Norma Stratton Margaret Strickland Lisa Sturm Alan Stutchburg Stephanie Sun Joan Swink Jill Tanner Terri Taylor Carolyn Thomas John Thomas Mary Thompson Richy Thompson Sandy Thompson Donna Tiller Melvin Tinner Laurel Titus Claire Todaro David Tolman 237 Pam Tomes Lauire Topel Jay Train Ellen Trapp Carol Truelove John Tsitos Bridget Turner Tammy Turner George Tyler Scott Vanderwal Dianne Vandivier Laeroy Vejar David Vernon Marie Vick. Sandra Vickroy Steven Villa Sheila Wade Jeff Wagoner Janice Waldon Jeannette Walters Janice Waters Bruce Webb Charles Webb William Webb Kathryn Weber Patrick Weber Jean Wedler Sandy Welch Sherry Welch Cynthia Werner Doug West Linda Westbrook Lynda Westphal Raymond Whetzel Darrin White Sean Whitmore Joseph Whitney Sandy Williams Paul Wimmer Crystal Wood Gary Wood Charles Woods Eddie Yarbrough Dalai Yassine Sandy Zeltvay Karen Zimbro 238 Jill st. . .st. . .stutters through her first speech. " Speech " Proves to be More Entertaining Than Expected John proves his point. " And he huffed, and he puffed, and he blew the house down!! 239 Freshmen Biggest Class Yet Jimmy Anthony, Vice-President; Robin Gemlepp, Treasurer; Alison Price, Cabinet Officer; Dorothy Wickert, Secretary; Jody Ruddcille, President. The Class of ' 78 ' s year began with an orientation before school started. Making discoveries each day, they slowly blended into the school ' s curriculum. To begin the year, they held elections, and with the tough competition present between the students a tie resulted for secretary. Using their ingenuity and skills the Freshmen constructed a huge “Wonder Bread " which won the float competition. They also decorated their hall with slogans and streamers, and it ended up to be quite original. Being the largest class at Falls Church, they had a very successful dues drive, and they always supported their school with a tremendous turn out at Pep Rallies, football, and basketball games. As the year passed, the Freshmen made many discoveries which enabled them to become more involved, more responsible, and more aware of their school. " How come none of the four-letter-words are in here? " 240 " Who threw this book at me? " " Let me put my eyelash back on before you take my picture! " 24 1 Frosh Get Acquainted Deborha Adams Elaine Adams Kenneth Adams Sherry Adkins Carlene Adkson Jay Ahearn Ann Allen Thomas Allen Victoria Allen Sissy Alstader Adam Andersen Steven Anderson Jimmy Anthony Jeffrey Artman Constance Arvis Isabel Ascunce Meggin Ayers Mark Back Barbara Bacon Frank Bailey Jeff Bailey Sam Bailey Starr Bailey Edgar Banks Fairley Barber Timothy Barker Cynthia Barnes Stephen Bartholomew Joe Bartone Rocky Basham Sharon Batchelor Kathy Baumgartner John Baylor Becky Bayter Lou Becker Alison Beers Robert Bell Martin Berend Frederic Berg Ann Bertram Pam Black Vicky Blann David Blevins Susan Bloom Bender Bocock Kay Bodnar Timothy Bodor Carol Boudreau » ♦«♦♦♦♦ ♦♦ „ ♦♦♦ ' ' pv m i HM 242 With High School Lisa Bouton Beverly Bowen Christine Bowen Dibbie Bowman Michael Bowman Caren Bozarth James Bradshaw Cindee Bradtmiller Karen Briahlev Chris Briggs Johnny Briscoe Daryl Brown Lynda Brown Paul Brown Robert Bruce Donna Brunner Joy Bryan Steve Bryant John Buchan James Buchlia Deborah Bumgaromer Eilleen Burke Becky Burkhart Terry Burrier Robert Bussler Brenda Byers William Cain Tim Caldwell Ronnie CampbelI James Canody Rosa Canture Susan Carnhan Dale Carpenter Toni Carpenter Greg Carpinteri Carol Carter John Case William Castro Joseph Caudill Christinal Cecca Catherine Chapman Randi Charno Jim Cho Kelly Christensen Jean Christison Donna Clarke Michael Calrk Vance Clayborne 243 Loretta Clements Kathy Cline Dorothy Cochrhn Steven Cole Jeff Collins Roy Collins Warren Collins Lisa Colpe Deborah Conner William Converse David Cooper Margaret Cooper Tim Cooper Marie Copelin Cheri Corbin Margie Cornwell Shawn Costello Mike Cox Janis Creekmore Denise Critchfield William Cross Kathy Crow Michael Crowder Kathleen Cunningham Carol Daniels Charles Davis Raymond Davis Susie Day 244 Pam Dent Desmarais Joseph Destatte Margaret Dial Roman Dial Thomas Dickerson Phillip Dodge Edward Dowden Phillip Dubois Patricia Dyer Valerie Eggleston Carolyn Elkins Denzel Empson Daniel Entsminger Donald Entsminger Lee Erlandson Juergen Ermert Ana Esenbar Freshmen Have Tie for Secretary Barbara anxiously awaits his next move. 245 " Fresh Guys " Win Karen Espinola Brenda Evans Craig Evans Daniel Evans Michael Evans Virginia Fallow Franco Falvo Sharon Farnsworth Robert Fauntleroy Susan Fedewa Karen Fenneman Don Ferguson Kevin Ferguson Dennis Fern Lisa Ferrari Toni Ferrell Annette Fields Stephen Fisher Barbara Fitzpatrick Chyleene Flynn Ellen Foley Michael Fontaine Debbie Ford Ed Formosa Leaa Fornen Deborah Fortner Dennis Foster Cherry Friedman Esther Friedman Karen Fritz Nathaniel Fulford Randy Fulmer Monica Furr Cynthia Gant Kim Garner Anne Gamier Joseph Garrich Harvey Gartley Den£s Gaskins David Gatton Cathy Gawarecki Carol Giancaspro Tim Giles Linda Glammeyer Stephanie Glass Peggy Gleason Mark Goldman Allen Golz 246 Float Competition Martha Gomez Nancy Gonchar Carolyn Goodwyn Gerald Graham Steven Graine Cindi Graves Irvin Gravette Daniel Green Evelyn Green Judi Greenberg James Greer Anne Gribe Greg Grifana Thomas Grunst Tina Guessford Sissy Haight Donald Hajec Jeff Hale Jerry Ham Trudi Hamilton Susan Hand John Hanrahan Deborah Hardesty Donna Harmon Anthony Haroy Jean Harper Nancy Harrelson Cheryl Hart Carol Hartsook Linda Hartuna Sherry Hatfield Tim Heagarty Kevin Heater Mike Held Robin Hemlepp Andrew Hendrickson Audrey Henrickson James Hepler Cheryl Herring Walter Herrity Lorraine Hermann Suzan Herron Ricky Hetrick Mary Hile Carol Hilleary Jack Hipp Joseph Hollis Jeff Holman 247 " You mean this isn ' t Typing IP " Jo Holmes Daniel Hoover Lois Hopkins Karl House Ricky Howard Debra Howell Mark Hrabe Joanne Hubbs Tammy Hull Doris Hunter Mike Idigpio Angela Iglesias Linda Ingalsbe Gretta Irion Gregery Ivie Donna Jackson Arthur Jacobsen Mike James Robert Jameson Ann Jansen Willard Jeffrey Richard Jensen Timothy Jensen Cheryl Johnson 248 Class of ' 78 Rebuilds Pride Hall Donna Johnson Douglas Johnson Jay Johnson Penelope Johnson Rodney Johnson Theodore Johnson Barbara Jones Duane Jones William Jones Marjorie Kageorge Laurie Karlson Willa Keener Thomas Keller Teresa Kerins David Kerns David Keys Kwang Ho Kim Myung Hee Kim Myung Kim Gregory King John King John King Sheila Kingman Jerry Kirk Diane Kirkpatrick Leslie Klinger Neil Knies Turner Kobayashi Kimberly Krause Frank LaBrozzi Margaret Lam Mark Lamonds Dwayne Lansdown Sharon LaPrad Mark La Row Vincent Larsen Huong Le Timothy Leary Robert Leon Janet Letzkus Marla Levin Carola Little Craig Lowrance Lisa Lowrance Mike MacNevin Jeffrey MacNichols Richard Madrid Carol Mahler 249 Freshmen Show Spirit Bruce Manilla George Manion James Martin Micheal Martin Lupe Martinez Darnell Mason John Massar Nancy Mastropaolo James Mathis Susan Mattson Joyce May Betsey McAllester Floyd McAuliffe David McCall Robert McCamev Cheryl McClintock Edwin McDonald John McElwee Kenny McGaffic Anne McKenna Carol McNare Linda Mead Jennifer Meader Dale Mechem Lynn Merten Susan Mesler Martha Metcalfe Christel Metros Jay Meurer Cynthia Michaels Aaron Miller Mark Mills David Mitchelr Noman Mixon Patricia Montena Brent Montgomery Herbert Moore Sandra Morgan Chris Morris William Morris William Morris Andrew Morrison John Morrow Verilee Mosier Lois Moss Steven Moy Lynn Murfree Matthew Murray 250 at Pep Rallies Micheal Myers David Nicholas Junior Nicholls Kim Noble Stanley Nodland Patricia Nolan Mary Noles Teresa Noles Sean Noone Terri Oertley Joseph Oleniacr Connie Palmer Kathleen Palmer Peter Parlier Martine Parsons Jeffrey Patrick Jay Patton Shannon Payne Richard Pennie Barbara Perrotts Tina Perry Chris Peters Jane Peterson Keith Peterson Teri Peterson Deborah Pewtherer Ka ren Pfaff Deanna Phillips Lawrence Phillips Sherman Phillips Janet Place Carl Plum Debora Poncin Kandi Ponton John Potvin Michael Powell Amy Prescott Patricia Prestera Ronald Preston John Prewitt Alison Price Bruce Price David Pulwers Greg Quigley Joe Quigley Teresa Raines Marv Rankin Katherine Rathnam 251 Sandra Rector David Reeves Jimmy Reingruber James Revis Brian Ricci Daniel Richard Wayne Richardson James Richberg Theodore Riche James Rickard Rhonda Ritter Rodger Ritts Mary Roadcap Marion Robertello Lisa Robertson Dorcas Rodger 252 David Rohr Wanda Rohrbach Jody Rudacille Steven Rugen Joe Russell Sharon Rutherford Pat Ryan Sandra Rybace Pamela Rymer Deborah Sams Kathleen Savage Lauri Scalzo Melinda Scarbrough Sassy Schaffstall Mark Schirmer Robert Schultz Janey Scott New Potentials Are Discovered " Look up ' antidisestablishmentarianism ' and find out where the ' Z ' goes. 253 Dues Drive Proves Successful Sarah Scott Eileen Seaman Danny Sharp John Sheldon Tim.Sheridan Ann Sherrill Daniel Sherron Josh Shoemaker Becki Short Sandy Shuman Pam Siemers John Simons Catherine Simpson Harvey Singer Cheryl Smith Lisa Smith Stephen Smith Steven Smith James Snader Greg Snedgen Wade Snyder Debbie Sponable Mark Springston Lisa Sprouse Robin Stalnaker Denise Stanley Michael Staples Steven Stewart David Stephens Debra Stone Marjorge Stout Joseph Stowers Kim Streets Patricia Stringer Barbara Stryker Patrick Sullivan Steven Swankowski Edwin Swindler Daniel Sykes Sourej Tashjian Booker Taylor John Tew Ernest Thibodeau Ronald Tickle James Timis Alan Topel Polly Trammell Joan Trask 254 John Trout Ruth Ann Turner Ralph Turner Tamara Tusing Anthony Tutt Robert Tyler Henry Vejar Lynda Venhoizen Denise Vernon John Vernon Richard Via Roberta Vinning Danny Wade Bill Waller Nancy Waller Steven Walling Sabrina Warden Carrie Washburn Larrie Watkins Wendy Watz Brenda Weber Cathryn Wedding William Weddle Audrey Weekley Debra Wells Diana West Floyd Westbrook Cheryl Wetzel Melody Whalen Virginia Whetzel Michael White Wendell White Elise Whitney Leslie Whittet Brenda Whysong Dorothy Wickert Craig Wien Ann Willett Melvin Williams Thomas Williams Doris Wilson Holly Wilson Mary Wning Tim Woods Robert Woolf Holly Wortman Mike Wright Cameo Yoshida 255 Abrams, Kathy 226 Abrams, Krista 142, 226 Adams, Conisue 108, 138, 226 Adams, Daniel 108, 163, 168, 206 Adams, Deborha 242 Adams, Elaine 242 Adams, Kenneth 242 Addison, Carol 168, 206 Adkins, Sharon 148, 242 Adkins, Patty 148, 226 Adkison, Carlene 1 59, 242 Ahearn, Jay 242 Ahearn, John 116, 122, 134, 168, 206 Ahearn, Kathleen 108, 212 Albertson, Kathy 112, 113, 114, 168, 206 Allen, Ann 1 52, 242 Allen, Charles 91, 132 Allen, Cynthia 226 Allen, Thomas 242 Allen, Victoria 86, 242 Allison, Deborah 150 Alstadter, Gerald 212 Alstadter, Sandra 242 Alves, Carla 226 Amole, Carolyn 212 Amans, Craig 21 2 Andersen, Adam 242 Anderson, Diane 1 15, 226 Anderson, Joan 75, 151, 226 Anderson, Katherine 74, 168, 206 Anderson, Kim 108, 168 Anderson, Linda 88, 1 15, 157, 226 Anderson, Stephen 68, 1 16, 132, 212 Anderson, Steven 108, 163, 242 Anderson, Wendy 77, 1 15, 226 Andrews, John 226 Anthony, James 73, 240, 242 Anthony, Vicki 52, 53, 130, 153, 154, 168, 201,206 Ardoin, Nannette 168 Arey, Patricia 2 12 Arnold, David 1 68 Arnold, Neil 212 Arthur, Lester 115, 121, 226 Arthur, Louise 158, 168, 206 Artman, Jeffrey 73, 240, 242 Arundel, Paul 226 Arvis, Constance 77, 242 Ascunce, Hilda 242 Ashby, Penny 226 Askin, William 68, 212 Askins, Mark 72, 142, 226 Ather, Mark 226 Attiliis, Jeffery 21 2 Augustine, Cathy 2 1 2 Austin, Joelle 116, 121, 142, 156, 212, 214 Ayers, Meggm 242 Ayres, Jacelyn 163, 226 Babcock, Kim 146, 148, 212 Back, Mark 242 Bacon, Barbara 242 Bacon, Rhonda 206 Baer, John 68, 226 Bailey, Francis 108, 145, 163, 242 Bailey, Fred 21 2 Bailey, Jeffrey 242 Bailey, Sammy 242 Baird, Brian 68, 21 2 Baird, David 226 Balderson, Randall 68, 212 Ball, Cynthia 226 Ball, David 169, 206 Ball, Jacqueline 1 69 Ball, Rebecca 226 Ballard, Patty 226 Baiun, Paul 226 Bambling, Ronald 226 Bambling, Vicki 136, 169, 206 Banks, Edgar 242 Barbaro, Michele 55, 57, 61, 136, 146, 169 Barber, Fairlena 242 Barber, Iwan 21 2 Barker, James 226 Barker, Timothy 242 Barnes, Cynthia 88, 242 Barnett, Katherine 159 Barnett, Thomas 167, 206 Barov, Brian 1 69 Barov, Reena 226 Barrett, Richard 148, 206 Barrett, William 148, 212 Bartholomew, Stephen 242 Bartone, John 242 Basham, Earl 73, 242 Basham, Sherra 108, 212 Bassett, Jill 112, 151, 226 Batchelor, Sharon 148, 242 Baumgardner, James 226 Baumgartner, Katherine 142, 242 Baxter, Rebecca 87, 242 Baylis, Jamie 151, 153, 155, 226 Baylor, John 108, 163, 242 Beach, Mark 68, 142, 212 Beall, Diane 1 69 Beamer, Kim 68, 132, 150, 169 Beasley, Scott 206 Beauchesne, Diane 1 69 Beazley, Sandra 1 15, 226 Becerra, Jorge 108, 163, 226 Becerra, Juan 108, 163, 226 Beck, Nancy 151,212 Becker, David 55, 87, 108, 116, 163, 169, 206 Becker, Kevin 146, 226 Becker, Mary 108, 138, 242 Beech, Peggy 151 Beech, Peggy 226 Beers, Alison 242 Beers, Barbara 226 Bell, Robert 242 Bellefeuille, Timothy 212 Benedict, Robert 90, 91, 212 Bennett, Mary 77, 84, 226 Bennett, Yvonne 108, 115, 138, 163, 226 Benz, Paul 1 1 5, 226 Berend, Martin 242 Berg, Frederick 159, 242 Bergstrom, Laura 226 Bernheisel, Patrick 226 Bertram, Ann 74, 86, 157, 242 Best, Lisa 115, 121, 144, 226 Biagini, Darian 21 2 Bichel, Laurie 21 2 Black, Kathleen 212 Black, Pamela 242 Blackwell, Vickie 212 Blaisdell, Beverly 61, 226 Blankenship, Benjamin 108, 134, 169, 206 Blankenship, Kathy 170, 206 Blankenship, Robert 90, 108, 163, 226 Blann, Vicky 153, 155, 242 Blevins, David 242 Blevins, Virginia 212 Blewster, Sheila 226 Bloom, John 226 Bloom, Susan 242 Blue, David 117, 121, 170, 206 Blumer, James 68, 212 Bocock, Bender 242 Bocock, Cindy 226 Bodnar, Marilyn 88, 157, 242 Bodor, Timothy 242 Bolt, Charles 78, 212 Bono, Scott 54, 108, 1 13, 226 Booth, Yolanda 212 Borgus, Archie 1 59, 226 Brilhart, Brian 227 Brinkley, Edward 212 Brinkley, Karen 234 Brinkley, Terri 148, 227 Briscoe, Johnny 243 Briscoe, Theresa 108, 116, 146,212 Brocato, Roxane 77, 84, 87, 126, 157, 210 , 212 Brooks, Leonard 227 Brooks, Patricia 21 2 Brookshire, Rindy 159, 212 Brotherton, James 212 Brown, Brenda 212 Brown, Daryl 243 Brown, David 150 Brown, Donald 227 Brown, Errol 227 Brown, Gregory 72, 227 Brown, Jerry 148, 206 Brown, Joseph 227 Brown, Lynda 86, 157, 243 Brown, Paul 243 Brown, Robert 21 2 Brownell, Elizabeth 108, 115, 121, 144, 163, 227 Brownlee, Terri 148, 227 Bruce, Robert 243 Boudreau, Carol 242 Bounds, Janet 1 70 Bourne, Steven 68, 227 Bouton, Lisa 152, 243 Bowen, Beverly 163, 243 Bowen, Christine 243 Bowen, Linda 21 2 Bowman, Debbie 243 Bowman, Michael 243 Boyer, Barbara 74, 130, 212 Boyette, William 170 Bozarth, Carol 151, 159, 243 Brackett, Barbara 142, 148, 227 Brackett, Rebecca 1 16, 153, 154, 222 Bradd, Carolyn 166, 170, 206 Bradshaw, James 243 Bradtmiller, Cindee 140, 243 Brannon, Deborah 171, 206 Brannon, William 227 Brandt, Nancy 1 16, 136, 170, 206 Bray, Elizabeth 130, 212 Brenner, Brian 148, 227 Bresch, Janice 2 1 2 Briggs, Christopher 243 Brigs, Bob 71 Bruch, Charles 2 1 2 Brunner, Donna 87, 108, 163, 243 Brunner, Geoffrey 87, 227 Bryan, Glenn 227 Bryan, Joy 243 Bryant, Steve 108, 163, 243 Buchan,John 73, 159, 243 Buckhorn, Robert 142, 212 Buckley, John 151 Bucklin, James 243 Buckman, Norman 227 Buckman, Rose 148 Buel, Robert 145, 151, 175, 206 Bugg, Tammy 227 Bui, Phoung 227 Bui, Thyhang 1 71 Bumgardner, Deborah 243 Bunch, Gregory 68, 171,206 Burdick, Paul 1 71 Burges, Kenneth 171, 206 Burgess, Brenda 212 Burgess, David 171, 206 Burgess, Susan 227 Burke, Brian 227 Burke, Douglas 108, 171, 206 Burke, Eileen 243 Burke, Michael 21 2 Burke, Virginia 227 Burkhardt, Cynthia 227 Burkhart, Becky 156, 243 Burkhart, Richard 68, 71,90, 91, 132, 171, 206 Burnett, William 108, 163, 213 Burrier, Theresa 157, 243 Bur ri 11, Donald 213 Burton, John 227 Burton, Philip 227 Burwick, Norman 68, 72, 142, 227 Bussler, Robert 243 Busuttil, John 1 71 Butler, Donna 1 71 Byers, Brenda 243 Byers, Stephen 227 Byers, Wesley 1 71 Bzdek, Kim 227 Cain, Christine 227 Cain, William 243 Caldwell, Timothy 150, 243 Calendine, Stanley 213 Campbell, Ronald 87, 243 Campbell, Sharon 172 Canody, James 243 Cantore, Rosa 243 Carey, Charles 227 Carl, James 227 Carlisle, Linda 21 3 Carnahan, Michael 108, 163, 213 Carnahan,Susan 108, 163, 243 Carpenter, Antoinette 243 Carpenter, Cory 171 Carpenter, Dale 243 Carpenter, Jay 171, 206 Carpinteri, Greg 243 Carroll, Holly 108, 116, 163, 213 Carter, Carol 243 Carter, Pamela 130, 213 Carter, Rodney 148, 213 Case, John 243 Cashion, Gloria 140, 158, 227 Castro, William 243 Cathell, Pamela 227 Caudill, Joseph 243 Caylor, Gary 68, 213 Caylor, Ronald 68, 71, 1 72, 206 Cecca, Christina 144, 243 Cevey, Suzanne 108, 138, 163, 227 Chang, Sang 227 Chapman, Catherine 140, 243 Charno, Randi 108, 163, 243 Cheatham, James 213 CHEERLEADING CLUB 153 CHEERLEADERS, FRESHMEN 155 CHEERLEADERS, JUNIOR VARSITY 155 CHEERLEADERS, VARSITY 154 CHESS CLUB 125 Chiotos, Patricia 172 Cho, Dong 21 3 Cho, Jim 243 CHOIR 159 Christensen, Kelley 243 Christison, Jean 243 Christos, Thomas 108, 227 Chun, Kang 1 72 Ciervo, Renee 227 Cilinski, John 21 3 Cilinski, Lisa 172, 206 CIVITAN CLUB 132 CIVINETTE CLUB 130 Clancy, Jeffrey 172 Clapp, Jeanne 227 Claridge, Susan 1 72 Clark, Devlin 21 3 256 Clark, George 21 3 Clark, Michael 73, 243 Clark, Sandra 108, 1 16, 213 Clarke, Donna 243 Clarke, James 1 72 Clarke, Joanne 172 Clayborne, Valerie 227 Clayborne, Vance 92, 243 Clements, Cathy 130, 142, 148, 151, 213 Clements, Loretta 244 Clements, Yvonne 206, 213 Cline, Kathleen 244 Cobert, David 90, 1 32, 213 Cobert, Mary 227 Cochran, Dorothy 244 Codoley, Kim 108, 1 16, 163, 172 Coffman, Timothy 227 Cole, Barbara 227 Cole, Steven 244 Collins, Jeffrey 244 Collins, Randy 244, 163 Collins, Ronnie 227 Collins, Roy 244 Collins, Sindi 1 50, 21 3 Cologne, David 227 Colpe, Lisa 244 Conrad, Patricia 1 16, 153, 154, 157, 213, 215 Copelin, Kathy 21 3 Copelin, Marie 148, 244 Converse, William 73, 244 Cook, Charles 148, 173, 206 Cook, Patricia 213 Cook, Timothy 87, 213 Cook, Tim 227 Cooper, David 244 Cooper, Gorden 228 Cooper, Jeanette 115, 121, 159, 227 Cooper, Margaret 244 Cooper, Michael 146, 227 Cooper, Michael 116 Cooper, Timothy 244 Corbin, Cheri 244 Corbin, Gregory 158, 213 Cornwell, Margie 244 Cornwell, Margie 150, 228 Costello, Shawn 123, 244 Cox, Michael 108, 163, 244 Cox, Pamela 108, 163, 244 Cragle, Terri 228 Craig, Hiram 78, 213 Craig, Terrie 2 1 3 Cratty, Carol 213 Craver, Brian 68, 71, 122, 132, 173, 206 Crawford, Kathy 108, 163, 173, 206 Crawford, Mindy 1 16, 158, 173, 206 Creekmore, Janis 152, 244 Critchfield, Cheryl 77 Critchfield, Denise 244 Crocker, Michael 68, 173, 206 Crocker, Susan 54, 61, 84, 153, 155, 228 Cross, William 244 Crotty, Bonnie 163, 228 Crow, Katherine 244 Crowder, Colleen 158, 173 Crowder, Michael 244 Crowder, William 68, 72, 1 16, 2)3 Cuchiara, Francesca 1 15, 228 Culhanem, James 228 Cunningham, Kathleen 86, 151, 244 Cunningham, Martin 76, 228 Curtin, Kevin 228 Custer, Jeffrey 55, 76, 166, 173 Czarnaski, Leanne 228 Decanay, Ana 21 3 Daly, James 228 Daly, Marianne 84, 1 73, 206 Danahy, Mark 228 Daniels, Carol 71, 86, 244 Darcey, Patrick 173, 206 Davidson, Bea 108, 163, 174 Davis, Skip 108, 163, 244 Davis, Dagny 75, 87, 228 Davis, Jerry 21 3 Davis, Madeline 75, 228 Davis, Michele 228 Davis, Raymond 73, 244 Dawson, Barbara 213 Day, Craig 228 Day, Susan 244 DEBATE TEAM 124 DECA 148 Defreitas, Ruth 228 Degroot, Kathy 228 Dejarnette, Michael 72, 228 Dellinger, Carol 151,228 Dellinger, Debbie 174 Dellinger, Rex 1 74 Delp, Nena 21 3 Delp, Regina 88, 228 Denny, Mary 86 Dent, Pam 245 Depalma, Judy 55, 112, 116, 117, 158, 174, 206 Deskins, Jeanette 84, 85, 142, 146, 174 Desmarais, Michael 213 Desmarais, Theresa 245 Destatte, Joseph 245 Devine, Mark 228 Dewolfe, Edward 228 Dial, Margaret 245 Dial, Roman 245 Dick, Darlene 1 74 Dickerson, Thomas 73, 108, 163, 245 Dill on, Tiny 21 3 Disilvio, Joe 96, 1 26, 174, 193, 203 Dixon, Lyle 146, 174, 206 Dodge, Phillip 108, 163, 245 Donahue, Michael 213 Donahue, John 174, 206 Donnachie, Stephen 213 Donohue, Janice 151,213 Dougherty, Linda 87, 228 Douglas, Jay 148, 228 Douglas, Mark 174 Dowden, Edward 245 Dowler, Michelle 174, 206 DRAMA CLUB 158 Dreis, Laurie 1 16, 157, 213 Dross, Pauline 1 74 Dubois, Jonathan 90, 91,213 Dubois, Phillip 245 Dunlop, Peter 174, 206 Dunn, Robert 228 Dunn, Stephen 68, 132, 142, 175, 206 Duvall, Linda 136, 151,213 Duvall, Richard 1 75 Dye, Doug 1 75 Dyer, Patricia 245 Eckert, Michael 175 Edmunds, Ian 228 Edmundson, Jimmy 108, 163, 175, 206 Eggar, Donald 175 Eggleston, Valerie 245 Eiserman, Gary 1 16, 122, 175, 206 Eldridge, Cindy 1 15, 228 Elkins, Carolyn 245 El kins, Kathy 57, 116, 136, 158, 175, 206 Elliott, David 228 Empson, Denzel 245 Ender, Gerard 167, 175 Engler, Donn 213 Enmanuel, Esther 213 Entsminger, Daniel 73, 90, 245 Entsminger, Debbie 108, 151,228 Entsminger, Donald 73, 245 Entsminger, Samuel 90, 213 Epling, Diane 1 75 Epling, Larry 228 Epling, William 72, 228 Erksa, Sharon 1 76 Erie, Carol 21 3 Erlandson, Beth 157, 214 Erlandson, Lee 75, 157, 245 Ermert, Juergen 245 Escobar, Ana 86, 157, 245 Espinola, Karen 159, 246 Estep, Alan 68, 176, 206 Estep, Kathy 21 4 Evans, Alison 115, 123, 124, 144, 145, 228 Evans, Brenda 246 Evans, Craig 246 Evans, Daniel 73, 90, 246 Evans, Elizabeth 176, 206 Evans, Jeffrey 228 Evans, Marina 55, 130, 153, 154, 176 Evans, Michael 246 Evans, Tristin 1 76 Fairman, Scott 108, 1 15, 124, 145, 163, 228 Fallow, Virginia 123, 159, 246 Fallon, Danny 142, 176, 206 Fallon, Kenny 228 Falvo, Franco 108, 163, 246 Farnsworth, Sharion 88, 246 Farrell, Thomas 228 Farstad, Wendy 176, 206 Fauntleroy, Janet 214 Fauntleroy, Robert 246 FBLA 151 Fedewa, Susan 108, 163, 246 Feeney, Kathleen 116, 121, 124, 144, 214 Fenneman, Karen 87, 246 Fenton, David 176 Ferguson, Don 246 Ferguson, Kevin 246 Ferguson, Michal 176 Ferguson, Vanessa 116, 142, 172, 176, 206 Fern, Dennis 246 Ferrari, Diana 228 Ferrari, Lisa 246 Ferrell, Toni 246 Ferris, Carol 151, 1 58, 214 Ferris, Randolph 214 FHA 151 Field, William 228 Fields, Annette 246 Filippone, Rita 1 76 Fink, Marianne 1 77 Finlay, Stephanie 228 Fioramonti, Karen 74, 116, 121, 157, 214 Fioramonti, William 76, 1 16, 121, 177, 206 Fiorino, Maria 159, 228 Fisher, Brenda 1 77 Fisher, Ruth 1 77 Fisher, Stephen 108, 163, 246 Fitzpatrick, Barbara 159, 246 Flather, Gary 76, 78, 214 Fletcher, Bryant 214 Floyd, Frank 21 4 Flynn, Chyleene 159, 246 Flynn, Erin 88, 1 13, 228 Flynn, Susan 74, 177, 206 Foley, Ellen 246 Foltz, Patricia 74, 148, 151, 214 Foltz, Pam 84, 1 15, 228 Fontaine, Michael 246 Ford, Debra 86, 146, 246 Ford, Leonard 1 16 Ford, Pamela 151, 228 FORENSICS 124 Forman, Glenn 177, 206 Formosa, Edward 246 Fornen, Leaa 246 Forrester, Mary 229 Fortner, Deborah 246 Fortner, Mary 88, 89, 229 Fortner, Robert 214 Fortune, Regina 150, 229 Fosnight, Dan 1 77 Foster, Dennis 246 Fox, Cynthia 159, 229 Fox,John 229 Foxwell, Robert 148, 177 Fraley, Bradley 229 France, Donald 229 France, Gary 21 4 Francis, Jeannie 77, 178, 206 Frank, Carol 1 78, 206 Franklin, John 124, 229 Franks, Lisa 140 Freehof, Lynne 57, 88, 229 FRENCH CLUB 144 FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY 120 Freshwater, Helen 140, 214 Friedman, Cheryl 88, 246 Friedman, Esther 108, 163, 246 Friedman, Karen 229 Fritz, Donna 120, 229 Fritz, Karen 77, 87, 156, 246 Fulford, Linda 1 78 Fulford, Nathanel 73, 246 Fulmer, Molly 214 Fulmer, Randy 73, 246 Furr, John 229 Furr, Monica 86, 146, 246 GAA 157 Gaizick, Karen 178, 206 Gallahan, Wesley 68, 72, 90, 91, 132, 214 Gant, Cynthia 246 Gant, James 21 4 Garcia, Catherine 214 Garcia, Jaime 206 Garcia, Stephen 178, 206 Gardiner, Mark 229 Garlem, Robert 150, 206 Garner, Kim 246 Gamier, Anne 246 Garrett, Tracie 1 50, 21 5 Garrich, Joseph 246 Gartley, Harvey 246 Gaskins, Denise 146, 246 Gatton, David 246 Gawarecki, Cathy 123, 145, 158,246 Gay, Cheryl 96, 108, 215 Gearheart, Ronald 150, 178 Geduldig, Michael 158, 215 Gemlepp, Robin 240 Genduso, Teresa 1 78, 206 Gerhart, Toni 116, 136, 178 GERMAN CLUB 145 Getz, Ramona 229 Glahn, Gary 1 79, 206 Glammeyer, Linda 246 Glass, Penelope 1 79, 206 Glass, Stephanie 246 Gleason, Peggy 246 Giancaspro, Carol 246 Gichi, Ray 178 Gilbertson, Eric 57, 158, 178, 206 Gilbertson, Lisa 74, 84, 157, 215 Giles, Leroy 229 Giles, Timothy 246 Gillespie, Leigh Ann 1 16, 144, 215 Gillis, Donald 229 257 Gillis, Reginald 90, 91, 122, 178 Gilroy, Patti 87, 178, 183 Ginn, Sandy 178 GIRLS ' and BOYS ' STATE 122 Givargiszadeh, James 178 Goble, Linnet 229 Godrey, Gary 1 48 Goff, Lawrence 1 79 Goff, Mary 229 Goldman, Dale 108, 215 Golz, Allen 246 Gomez, Martha 159, 247 Gonchar, Nancy 152, 247 Gooch, Susan 151, 179 Goodwin, Carolyn 247 Goodwin, David 76, 163, 229 Goodwin, John 148, 179 Goreki, Matthew 229 Gossom, Julie 229 Gossom, William 21 5 Graham, Gerald 247 Graham, Mary 150 Graine, Steven 247 Gramling, Corey 21 5 Grandy, Kirk 72, 229 Grant, Cynthia 148, 215 Grant, Lynnelle 229 Graves, Cynthia 150, 247 Gravette, Judith 247 Gray, Charles 68, 71, 78, 229 Green, Cheryl 108,215 Green, Daniel 148, 247 Green, Robert 215 Greene, Debra 157 Greene, Evelyn 88, 247 Greene, Mark 55, 46, 166, 179, 206 Greenberg, Judith 108, 163, 247 Greenfield, Gregg 229 Greenquist, Bradley 230 Greer, James 247 Gribe, Anne 247 Grifana, Gregory 247 Griffin, Sharon 230 Griggs, Jennifer 151, 153, 155, 230 Grimes, Judy 108, 116, 163, 215 Groger, Susan 1 16, 136, 215 Groesbeck, Desiree 179, 206 Grooms, Nancy 159, 230 Groves, Dennis 108 Grubb, Perry 68, 132, 206 Grunst, Thomas 247 Gudger, James 215 Guerin, Robert 148 Guernsey, Alison 1 16, 145, 180, 206 Guessford, Tina 247 Guice, Edward 1 80 Gunnels, James 215 Gustaveson, Clark 230 Haase, Susan 108, 116, 121, 126, 127, 163, 180, 206 Haight, Diane 142, 140, 230 Haight, Virginia 146, 247 Hajec, Ann 215 Hajec, Donald 247 Hale, Jeffrey 73, 247 Haley, Janet 1 46 Hall, Sandra 74, 157, 2)5 Hall, Sharon 84, 215 Hall, William 180 Ham, Jerry 247 Hamblin, Susan 108, 163, 230 Hamilton, Darlene 150, 180, 206 Hamilton, Jenine 1 15, 123, 124, 230 Hamilton, Trudi 108, 163,247 Hamlett, Robert 90 Hand, Susan 75, 157, 247 Haney, Ronald 230 Haney, Sharon 1 16, 215 Hanes, John 180 Hanes, Mary 1 42, 230 Hanna, Maria 230 Hanrahan, John 90, 247 Hanrahan, Donna 130, 153, 154, 211, 215 Hansen, Steven 87, 21 5 Hardesty, Deborah 247 Harmon, Donna 247 Haroy, Anthony 247 Harper, Jean 144, 247 Harrelson, Nancy 247 Harris, Mike 68, 78, 80, 170, 180, 206 Harris, Lisa 1 15, 230 Harris, Steve 180, 206 Harris, Teresa 215 Harrison, James 68, 72, 215 Harrison, Phillip 68, 72, 1 15, 230 Hart, Michael 1 50 Hart, Rex 90, 230 Hart, Suzan 77, 180, 190, 206, 207 Harteil, Diane 116, 118, 122, 126, 134, 181,207, 204 Harteil, Katherine 108, 115, 118, 126, 127, 134, 230 Hartsook, Carol 247 Hartung, Linda 88, 247 Hoscall, George 142, 150, 215 Hasenauer, Charles 215 Hatfield, Sherry 159, 247 Hart, Cheryl 247 Hatton, Dennis 21 5, 219 Hawkins, Charles 108, 230 Hawkins, Robin 215 Hayes, Irvin 181, 207 Hayhurst, Carol 130, 153, 154, 211, 215 Heater, Kevin 73, 247 Heath, Robert 230 Hecker, Janet 21 5 Hedrick, Christine 151, 181, 207 Hedgpeth, Betty 230 Hemenway, Dawn 86, 230 Henderson, Garland 68, 216 Henderson, La Verne 84, 142, 146, 215 Held, Michael 146, 158, 247 Hemlepp, Robin 247 Hendrickson, Andrew 247 Henriksom, Audrey 247 Henry, Marcella 230 Henry, Monica 116, 151, 181,207 Heson, Deborah 230 Henson, Rodney 1 50 Hensley, Sherri 181 Hepler, James 247 Hepler, Kathryn 230 Herring, Cheryl 247 Herrman, Laurie 216 Herrmann, Lorraine 247 Herron, Suzanne 75, 157, 247 Hetrick, Richard 247 Hepworth, Martha 230 Hershey, Leslie 77, 84, 215 Hile, Mary 247 Hile, James 230 Highfill, Elizabeth 108, 115, 163, 230 Hill, Connie 1 16, 151, 181, 207 Hill, Josiah 230 Hill, Marietta 216 Hilleary, Carol 86, 247 Hipp, Jack 247 Hixson, James 72, 230 Hoak, Becky 108, 163, 216 Hogan, David 230 Ho Hun 230 Hohner, Timothy 230 Ho, Yng Nan 181 Holland, Michael 181 Holland, Pamela 230 Holland, William 181,207 Hollohan, Patricia 1 15, 140, 230 Holman, Jeffrey 247 Holman, Kathleen 216 Holman, Leslie 108, 1 15, 138, 145, 146, 159, 230 Holmes, Betsy 216 Holmes, Marianne 159, 216 Holland, Cindy 216 Hollis, Joseph 247 Holsinger, Anna 124, 144, 230 Holmes, Jo 248 Hoover, Daniel 108, 163, 258 Hopkins, Karen 215 Hopkins, Lois 248 Hopkins, Richard 148, 216 Horn, Ivy 1 40, 159 Horner, Bradley 148 Hosmer, Virginia 181 Houkal, Becky 77, 216 House, Karl 248 Houtz, Darlene 1 52, 230 Howard, Ricky 248 Howard, William 230 Howell, Debra 248 Howell, Karen 21 6 Hrabe, Mark 248 Hrabe, Russell 216 Hubbs, Joann 248 Hudson, Lani 75, 230 Hueston, Harry 72, 230 Hull, Tammy 108, 163, 248 Hume, Karol 216 Hume, Robert 1 08, 230 Hu, Wei 181 Hunsberger, Kent 181 Hunsberger, Adrian 230 Hunt, Dawn 108, 163, 182, 207 Hunter, Doris 146, 248 Hurlock, Jack 68, 216 Hutchison, Donna 116, 151, 183, 207 ICT 150 Idigpio, Cynthia 182 Idigpio, Michael 148, 248 Iglesius, Angela 248 Ingalsbe, Linda 157, 248 Ireson, Susan 144, 157, 230 Irion, Gretta 248 Irion, Prisca 151, 230 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 123 INTERNATIONAL THESPIAN TROUPE 158 Irle, Bruce 230 Isom, Charles 148, 216 IT ' S ACADEMIC TEAM 122 Ivie, Andrea 1 82 Ivie, Gregory 248 Ivie, JoAnn 230 Jackson, Evelyn 182, 207 Jackson, Asbury 148 Jackson, Chris 108, 163, 230 Jackson, Donna 248 Jackson, Doug 216 Jackson, Eric 216 Jackson, Paul 148, 216 Jacobs, Michael 90, 216 Jacobs, Cheryl 230 Jacobsen, Arthur 248 Jacobsen, Marietta 230 Jacobsen, Therese 77, 216 Jalajel, Abdul 148, 231 James, Michael 248 Jameson, Robert 248 Jamison, Janice 130, 142, 182 Jamison, John 21 6 Jansen, Ann 248 Jarvis, Joseph 231 Jeffrey, Williard 248 Jankowski, Jim 231 Jenkins, Linda 182 Jenkins, Cecila 231 Jenkins, Wayne 72, 142, 231 Jensen, Tim 248 Jensen, Richard 248 Jewell, Nancy 23 1 Jibeault, David 182 Jordan, Susan 74, 130, 131,216 Johnson, George 216 Johnson, Larry 148 Johnson, Michael 76, 123, 183, 207 Johnson, Robert 148, 183, 207 Johnson, Jeffery 231 Johnson, Wendy 115, 123, 144, 145, 231 Johnson, Cheryl 248 Johnson, Donna 249 Johnson, Douglas 249 Johnson, Jay 249 Johnson, Penelope 249 Johnson, Rodney 249 Johnson, Theodore 249 Johnston, Linda 183, 207 Jones, Barbara 159, 249 Jones, Duane 249 Jones, Mary 61, 153, 155, 159 Jones, William 249 Jones, Karen 144, 145, 183, 207 Jones, Russell 1 83 Jones, John 231 Jones, Laura 231 Jones, Steven 72, 231 Kageorge, Marjorie 249 Kaplan, JoAnne 88 Karicher, Joda 72 Karlson, Laurie 153, 155, 249 Kassy, Llona 121, 116, 144, 157, 216 Kaufman, James 216 KEY CLUB 136 KEYETTE CLUB 136 Kearns, Cheryl 231 Kearns, Doug 68, 183, 207 Keegan, Mary Jane 216 Keller, Eric 78, 79, 207 Keller, Paul 231 Keller, Thomas 108, 163, 249 Kendall, Karen 231 Kennedy, Kyle 1 16, 123, 126, 158, 216 Kerins, John 1 16, 123, 126, 159, 216 Kerins, Teresa 159, 249 Kennedy, Sharon 23 1 Kerns, David 73, 249 Kerns, Cynthia 231 Keys, David 249 Keys, Katherine 140, 231 Kidd, Kenneth 216 Kidd, Nettie 184, 207 Kidwell, Ralph 216 Kim, Ho 249 Kim, Myung Hee 249 Kim, Myung H 249 Kim, Kyung Ho 184 Kim, Sang 21 6 Kim, Byung 21 6 Kimmel, Hollen 184, 207 Kimmer, John 72, 231 Kincaid, Kay 115, 121, 151, 152, 158 King, John 108, 249 King, John 249 King, Gregory 249 King, Shari 231 Kirby, Christine 148, 184, 207 Kirkpatrick, Karen 231 Kirkpatrick, Linda 216 Kirkpatrick, Diane 249 Kingman, Sheila 163, 249 Kisley, Terry 180, 207 Khorana, Renu 140, 216 Kline, AnneMarie 231 258 Klika, Deborah 231 Kish, Lorin 1 15, 123, 152, 158, 231 Klika, Donald 1 16, 216 Kitts, Roger 87 Klinger, Leslie 249 Koboyshi, Turner 73, 90, 249 Kobayshi, Teesa 74, 130, 131, 184, 207 Koch, Gail 1 15, 152, 231 Kondracki, Carol 89, 1 13, 1 14, 1 15, 157, 231 Kuhn, David 150, 216 Kraynock, Gary 185, 207 Krysinski, Neal 1 84 Knight, Anita 231 Knight, Tommy 108, 116, 163, 184, 207 Kyle, Arthur 57, 216 LaPrad, Sharon 249 LaRow, Mark 72, 249 Labrozzi, Frank 90, 249, 73 Laliberte, Mary 150, 231 Lam, Margaret 158, 249 Lambert, Steve 216 Lamonds, Mark 249 Lancaster, Edgar 216 Lancaster, Eva 216, 130, 148 Lane, Barbara 144, 185, 207 Lane, Susan 1 44, 1 63, 21 7 Lansdown, Dwayne 148, 249 Lansdown, Michael 231 Larkin, Lynn 1 15, 231 Larow, Michael 87, 231 Larsen, Cynthia 185 Larsen, David 207 LATIN CLUB 145 Lau, Donald 90, 21 7 Lauffer, Rebecca 185, 207 Lawhorn, Theresa 146, 148, 185, 207 Lawhorn, Wanda 59, 23 1 Lawrence, Pamela 55, 185, 203, 207 Lazarus, David 72, 231, 86 Le, Huong 249 Le, Khiem 23 1 Le, Que 1 44, 1 86 Le, Tong 231 Leary, Albert 1 15, 231 Leary, Timothy 249 Lee, Alden 153, 155, 231 Lee, Elizabeth 231 Lee, Erin 1 16, 130, 217 Lee, Mary 1 15, 140, 144, 158 Lee, Regina 231 Lee, Yomg Sok 217 Lee, Yong Chae 231 Legate, Kelly 88, 157, 1 15, 232 Lemons, Kimberly 108, 217 Leon, Robert 108, 163, 249 Letzkus, Janet 249 Letzkus, Mark 1 16, 217 Letzkus, Michael 188, 207 Levin, Marla 249 Lewey, Michael 73 Lewis, Colleen 23 1 Lewis, Gerald 2 1 7 Lewis, Glen 72, 232 Lewis, Jon 108, 163, 232 Lewis, Karen 2 1 7 Lewis, Nancy 1 86 Lewis, William 21 7 Lloyd, Michael 78,81, 116, 126,217 Lightner, Charles 232 Lightner, James 232 Lindsay, Scott 1 58 List, Cheryl 108, 1 16, 2 1 7 Link, Mary 232 Little, Carla 249 Littlewood, Thomas 21 7 Locklear, Sandra 186 Lodsun, Lisa 21 7 Logsdon, Lori 86, 150, 157, 232 Lomax, David 132, 142, 186, 207 Lomax, Robert 232 Long, Orrin 1 86 Looney, Jack 2 1 7 Loos, Stephanie 157 Loos, Valerie 130, 142, 217 Losh, Cheryl 21 7 Lovall, Deborah 217 Loveless, Kathy 154, 232 Lowenstern, Evelyn 1 15, 232 Lowenstern, James 123, 125, 146, 186 Lowrance, Craig 249 Lowrance, Lisa 249 Lucas, Frank 116, 142 Lucas, Sharon 186, 207 Lundien, Keith 115, 126, 158, 232 Lunsford, Richard 21 7 Lutz, Sharon 130, 187 Lutz, Valerie 55, 1 16, 136, 87, 207 Lynn, Walter 148, 232 Lynch, Debbie 187 Macarney, Bill 73 Macauley, Molly 61, 1 12, 1 13, 1 16, 123, 125, 136, 145, 187 MacDonald, Clifford 232 MacDonald, David 1 16, 2 1 7 MacDonald, Diane 159 MacDonald, Donna 232 MacDonald, Paul 57, 142, 187, 207 MacGowan, Cathy 116, 121, 146, 158, 217 MaGinnis, Timothy 217 MacNevin, Dawn 151, 232 MacNevin, Michael 73, 249 MacNichols, Jeff 249 Madrid, Richard 249 Maffeft, Bill 232 Magsig, Ted 108, 163, 232 Mahler, Carol 145, 249 Mahler, Mary 21 7 Mahoney, Kafhy 146, 187, 207 Maiafico, Paul 1 87 Major, Dean 1 87 Malakatis, Gus 21 7 Malick, Cindy 21 7 Malone, Mary Lee 217 Manilla, Bruce 250 Manion, George 250 Mansfield, Michael 217 Marcellon, Denise 232 Mares, Daniel 108, 134 ' , 163, 232 Maricle, Charles 187 Marsh, Brenda 21 7 Mason, Darnell 250 Mason, Karen 233 Mason, Marketta 217 Massar, John 250 Massey, Michael 217 Masfropaola, John 78, 80, 1 15, 233 Masfropaolo, Mimi 250 MATH TEAM 123 Mathis, James 250 Martin, Daniel 108, 232 Martin, Elvin 72, 233 Martin, Eve 159, 232 Martin, James 116, 144, 21 7 Martin, Michael 72, 250 Martin, Michael O. 217 Martinez, Lupe 250 Mattheisen, Steven 78, 217 Matthews, Debra 108, 112, 114, 116, 138, 145, 1 13, 187, 199, 207 Matheson, Michael 148, 233 Mathis, David 72, 217 Mattson, Pamela 74, 157, 217 Mattson, Susan 57, 250 Mattusch, Alix 188, 207 Mauer, Richard 21 7 May, Joyce 250 May, Linda 74, 130, 131, 142, 148, 217 May, Richard 68, 116, 150, 217 McAllester, Betsy 87, 250 McAuliffe, Floyd 250 McAuliffe, Jack 150, 217 McAuliffe, Lucy 188 McCall, David 73, 250 McCamey, Roberf 250 McCarroll, Lucinda 1 15, 145, 233 McClafferfy, Rebecca 88, 233 McClafferfy, Sue 146, 217 McCann, Terry 188,207 McCarthy, Jennifer 108, 163,217 McClintock, Cheryl 151,250 McClintock, Kathy 188 McClintock, Marion 233 McClintock, Ronald 217 McCrae, Pegi 108, 138, 188 McCuen, David 108, 217 McDaniel, Mark 177, 188, 207 McDonald, Edwin 108, 163, 250 McDonald, Sharon 148 McDonald, Terri 148 McDonough, Debra 148, 188 McElroy, Homer 73, 250 McElwee, Anne 233 McElwee, Robin 159, 188 McFaden, Donna 108,217 McGaffic, Ken 76, 250 McHugh, John 233 McKenna, Geoffrey 1 16, 122, 123, 125, 132, 188, 207 McKinney, Debra 55, 148, 151, 166, 188, 207 McKenna, Anne 250 McKinney, Richard 72, 233 McManus, Kelly 108, 163 McMilliam, Julie 21 7 McMillen, Brian 233 McNare, Carol 152, 250 McQuain, Susan 115, 121, 233 McQuillen, Matthew 90, 233 McWhirt, Mary 1 16, 126, 136, 144, 145, 189, 207 Mead, Linda 108, 163, 250 Meader, Jennifer 153, 155, 250 Mechem, Dale 73, 250 Mechem, Pamela 146, 189, 217 Mee, Sharon 112, 124, 189, 207 Meeks, Janet 189, 207 Megaw, Stuart 189 Mahalic, John 233 Mella, Terry 96, 189, 207 Merchant, Harry 108, 163, 233 Merten, Lynn 152, 250 Merrell, Blair 1 16, 189, 207 Merrell, Kevin 21 7 Merrow, John 250 Mesler, Susan 250 Metcalfe, Martha 86, 157, 250 Methfessel, Harley 72, 90, 1 15, 233 Metros, Christel 250 Metzler, Jan 115, 151, 189 Meurer, Jay 250 Meyer, Richard 189, 207 Michael, Barry 68, 132, 189, 207 Michaels, Cindy 250 Micale, Christine 21 7 Mikovitis, John 1 90 Milbank, Karen 190, 207 Miller, Aaron 250 Miller, Don 233 Miller, Jeanne 2 1 8 Miller, Judith 115, 152, 233 Miller, Larry 76, 1 16, 218 Miller, Lisa 1 50, 234 Miller, Rita 86, 142, 146 Miller, Steve 21 8 Millican, Teresa 146, 199, 207 Mills, Bonnie 233 Mills, Mark 73, 250 Mills, Michael 21 8 Minturn, Blair 61, 130, 218 Mitchler, David 250 Mitton, Susan 145, 234 Mixon, Norman 73, 250 Monroe, Floyd 76 Montena, Patricia 88, 108, 163, 250 Montgomery, Brent 108, 163, 250 Monti, Arnell 21 8 Montiminy, Bill 218 Moore, Herbert 250 Mordhorst, Mark 90 Moreau, Judith 234 Morgan, Diane 159, 234 Morgan, Sandra 250 Morrell, Donald 21 7 Morris, Christina 108, 163, 250 Morris, Bill C. 250, 73 Morris, Bill E. 250 Morrison, Andrew 250 Morrison, Darlene 190 Morrison, Timothy 68, 190, 207 Morrow, John 108 Morrow, Celia 234 Morrow, Donald 21 8 Morrow, Susan 108, 112, 1 13, 163,218 Morton, Joe 234 Mosier, Verilee 250 Mosier, Vickie 2 1 8 Moss, Lois 250 Mott, Nancy 21 8 Mowbray, Debbie 34 Mowson, Robert 72, 90, 1 15, 132, 234 Moy, Loretta 1 30, 21 8 Moy, Steven 250 Murdock, Francine 130, 148, 153, 154, 168, 190, 207 Murdock, Timothy 148, 218 Murfree, Lynne 250 Murfree, Martin 148, 218 Murphy, Dawn 21 8 Murphy, Eileen 234 Murphy, Matthew 73, 108, 250 Murphy, Michael 218 Myhre, Michael 234 Myers, Michael 251 Nappo, Neil 190, 207 Nappo, Nicholas 1 15, 234 Nassetta, Peter 234 NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY 115 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 116 NAT. MERIT SEMI-FINALIST Neilan, Barbara 234 Neilan, Michael 218 Nelson, Richard 191 Nestor, Sam 1 1 6, 21 8 Newton, Ronald 21 8 Nicchitta, Christopher 234 Nicchitta, Mark 191 Nicholas, Ann 234 Nicholas, Connie 108, 144, 163, 191, 207 Nicholas, David 251 Nicholas, Katherine 150, 191,207 Nicholls, Junior 251 Noble, Jeffrey 21 8 Noble, Kimberly 152, 251 Nodland, Stanley 251 Nolan, Christine 61, 108, 136, 163, 191, 207 Nolan, Douglas 108, 163, 234 Nolan, Patricia 251 Noles, Mary 251 Noles, Teresa 251 Noone, Sean 90, 251 259 Nopo, Tony 148 Nubbe, William 1 16, 191 Nue, John 234 Nystrom, Alan 108, 163, 34 O ' Bryhim, Donna 108, 191, 207 O ' Bryhim, Rebecca 108, 163, 234 O ' Connel, Michael 191, 207 O ' Connell, William 191 O ' Donnell, Bruce 1 16, 218 O ' Donnell, Daniel 234 Oertley, Terri 251 O ' Hara, Jane 57, 1 16, 158, 191 Ohleger, Jonathan 191 Oke, Richard 142, 219 Oleniacz, Joseph 145, 251 Olive, Chester, 234 Olivo, Kathleen 219 Olivola, Nancy 75, 1 15, 234 Omary, Nashwa 234 Omeara, Deborah 234 Oneill, John 234 Onion, George 73 Orchestra, 164 Osburn, Randall 234 OUTING CLUB 143 Owens, James 108, 163 Owens, Kirk 148 Owens, Robert 108, 1 16, 163, 191 Painter, Dawn 219 Pal jug, Michael 234 Pallansch, Mary Beth 191 Parlier, Peter 251 Palmer, Constance 108, 251 Palmer, Gary 191, 207 Palmer, Kathleen 251 Palmer, Lisa 1 46 Papke, Robert 108, 1 15, 134, 163, 234 Paradise, Judy 234 Park, Tim 234 Parker, Howard 1 70, 207 Parmenter, Barbara 123, 124 Parsons, Debbie 234 Parsons, Martine 251 Passino, Robert 93, 234 i Passino, Thomas 90, 91, 132, 191,207 Patch, Dona 108,219 Patchan,John 191 Patt, Brenda 192 Patterson, Larry 96, 108, 163, 219 Patton, Jay 251 Patrick, Jeffrey 251 Patrick, Richard 219 Patrick, Steven 234 Payne, Archie 68, 90, 91 ,132, 185, 192 Payne, Michele 234 Payne, Shannon 152, 251 Pazanowski, Bernie 55, 112, 113, 116, 192, 207 Pearson, Ruby 234 Pelham, Sharon 146, 234 Pennington, John 148, 234 Pentecost, John 150, 208 PEP CLUB 152 Perkins, William 219 Perroots, Barbara 153, 155 Perroots, Steven 90, 91, 192, 208 Perry, Tina 251 Peters, Christopher 251 Peters, Natalie 1 16, 144, 219 Peterson, Jane 123, 158, 251 Peterson, Keith 146, 251 Peterson, Teri 251 Pettin, James 192, 208 Pewtherer, Deborah 251 Pcwtherer, Kevin 150, 219 Pfaff, John 108, 163, 192, 208 Pfaff, Karen 108, 163, 251 Pfeiffer, Karen 219 Phelps, Gregory 108, 234 Phillippon, Ruth 77, 1 15, 234 Phillips, Deanna 251 Phillips, Jeffery 159, 234 Phillips, Lawrence 108, 251 Phillips, Sherman 108, 251 Pierson, Patricia 192 Pignotti, Kaye 192, 208 Pilkerton, John 156, 192, 208 Pinson, Michael 234 Pinson, Charles 219 Pitts, Tom 234 Plaag, Gary 108, 116, 117, 126, 145, 163, 192, 208 Place, Janet 54, 57, 145, 159, 251 Plum, Carl 251 Pohedra, Mary 151, 219 Pohedra, Sussan 151 Pometto, Daniel 219 Poncin, Debora 159, 251 Ponton, Kandi 75, 86, 157, 251 Potvin, John 251 Powell, Michael 251 Powell, Theresa 219 Powers, Bob 108, 1 15, 163, 234 Pratt, Geo ' rge 235 PREP CLUB 142 Prescott, Amy 251 Prestera, Patricia 251 Preston, Gary 235 Preston, Ronald 148, 251 Preston, Ruth 235 Prewitt, John 251 Price, Alison 57, 112, 113,240, 251 Price, Brian 150, 208 Price, Bruce 251 Price, John 219 Procter, Lee 72, 235 Proffitt, Brenda 193 Puckett, Judy 219 Pulwers, David 251 Pumphrey, Clifford 108, 112, 116, 121, 122, 123, 163, 208 Quigley, Gregory 148, 251 Quigley, Joseph 251 Radcliff, Debra 235 Ragland, Marforie 193, 208 Raines, Teresa 251 Ramsey, Cynthia 219 Ramsey, Perry 235 Randall, Joseph 78, 142 Randall, Kathryn 108, 1 15, 138, 235 Randolph, Carrie 235 Rankin, Mary 251 Rankin, Nicole 219 Rankin, Theresa 193, 208 Rankin, William 68, 219 Ranta, Karen 219 Ratcliff, Dana 108, 219 Rathnam, Joy 108, 219 Rathnam, Katherine 251 Raulston, Diana 235 Rawson, David 235 Rawson, Kathleen 123, 193 Rector, Pam 220 Rector, Sandra 252 Redden, Ramona 208 Redditt, Marcus 235 Reed, Bonnie 142, 148, 220 Reedy, Wayne 55, 1 12, 134, 193, 208 Reeves, David 73, 90, 252 Reeves, Tamra 142, 235 Rehrig, Patrice 1 15, 152, 235 Rehrig, Paula 1 15, 151, 153, 155, 235 Reingruber, Jeffrey 252 Reingruber, John 235 Rennolds, George 193, 208 Revis, Jim 108, 252 Rhiger, Jayne 193 Ricci, Brian 252 Rice, Deborah 115, 121, 1 44, 151, 235 Richard, Jeffrey 68, 220, 222 Richard, Judy 77, 235 Richard, Margaret 194, 208 Richards, Mark 235 Richardson, Frieda 61, 74, 130, 220 Richardson, Teresa 75, 150, 235 Richardson, Wayne 73, 252 Richberg, James 159, 252 Riche, Theodore 252 Richmond, Lori 108, 1 15, 138, 235 Rickard, James 252 Rider, Daniel 220 Ri ke, Mary Jane 88, 114, 157, 235 Riley, Cindy 150, 220 Riley, Paula 142, 153, 155, 235 Risdon, Tammy 235 Ritter, Rhonda 108, 163, 252 Ritts, Rodger 242 Roadcap, Carolyn 112, 151, 194, 208 Roadcap, Mary 252 Robertello, Marion 252 Roberts, David 1 16, 215, 220 Roberts, Kenneth 220 Robertson, Lisa 252 Robinson, Joseph 148, 220 Roche, Donald 220 Rodger, Dorcas 1 59, 252 Rodman, Candace 115, 121,235 Rodriguez, Michael 220 Rodriguez, Steven 220 Rohr, David 253 Rohr, Larry 194 Rohrbach, Wanda 253 Rollison, Susan 108, 220 Rooney, Richard 148, 194, 208 Roth, Jeffrey 150, 194, 208 Round, Brenda 235 Rowe, Vickie 194, 208 Rowland, Terri 77, 151, 235 Rozier, James 235 Rudacille, Burley 76, 240, 253 Rudd, Rhonda 149 Rugen, Steven 253 Ruggere, Ann 108, 112, 116, 1 36, 163, 194,208 Ruggere, Renee 151, 235 Rukenbrod, Norma 108, 138, 235 Rukenbrod, Ronnald 195, 208 Rumsey, David 57 Runft, Jeannette 159, 220 Russell, Kim 220 Russell, Rebecca 115, 235 Russell, Richard 1 15, 235 Russillo, Victor 57, 123, 195, 208 Rutherford, Sharon 88, 253 Rutledge, Paula 150, 195 Ryan, Lewis 253 Ryback, Sandra 253 Rymer, Pamela 253 Ryon, Pamela 84, 235 Sabin, Kenneth 195 Sabin, Sharen 146, 235 Sadlowe, Claudia 108, 220 Salta, Jack 235 Samuelson, Robin 61, 108, 136, 195, 208 Sams, Deborah 253 Santos, Steve 1 59, 235 Sapp, Mary 220 Saunders, Andrew 72, 1 16, 13 2, 142, 220 Savage, Kathy 96, 253 Scalzo, Laurie 253 Scammon, Margaret 195, 208 Scarbrough, Melinda 253 Schaffner, Joe 1 95 Schaffstall, Ellen 75, 156, 157, 253 Schalk, Daniel 1 15, 235 Schalk, Mark 1 16, 220 Scheibner, Belle 1 16, 144, 220 Scheidner, Eric 220 Schindler, Brenda 75, 108, 1 15, 235 Schindler, Doreen 108, 1 1 6, 195, 208 Schindler, Kay 77, 116, 126, 142, 157, 210 , 220 Schlader, Laura 235 Schmidt, Larry 235 Schneider, Kevin 55, 90, 196 Scholetzky, Eric 196, 208 Schuler, Lois 159, 235 Schultz, Robert 253 Schultzel, Tina 235 Schwind, Cindy 208 Scott, Jane 61, 75, 86, 157, 253 Scott, Joyce 115, 151, 157, 235 Scott, Martha 235 Scott, Sarah 254 Seal, Ralph 1 49 Seeley, Walter 220 Seguine, Paula 108, 1 15, 163, 235 Seidman, Steven 235 Sellers, Robert 196 Selquist, Chris 220 Senn, Ed 57, 112, 113, 114, 116, 122, 145, 158 Seracino, Richard 108, 163, 235 Serrano, Carmen 220 Seymour, Betty 142, 220 Shaffer, Donna 136, 148, 151, 196 Shaffer, Margaret 151, 235 Sharrett, Diane 146, 220 Sharp, Daniel 254 Shaw, Diane 1 15, 123, 144, 145, 236 Shay, Timothy 196 Sheldon, James 196 Sheldon, John 254 Sheltra, Michelle 220 Shelor, Alan 220 Sherfey, Dana 150, 196, 208 Sheridan, Timothy 254 Sherrill, Ann 254 Sherrill, John 72 Sherron, Daniel 254 Sheviak, Michael 1 15, 236, 142 Shifflett, Starr 74, 142, 145, 196, 208 Shine, Stanley 150 Shipp, Jeff 220 Shoemaker, Eric 73 Shoemaker, Josh 73, 254 Shonerd, Peter 108, 1 15, 145, 163, 236 Shore, Donna 236 Shore, Dwight 220 Short, Beckie 124, 254 Short, Penny 146, 220 Shuman, Sandra 108, 163, 254 Siemers, Pamela 254 Silvester, Scott 68, 71, 220 Simko, Mary 130, 148, 220 Simmons, Bruce 148, 196, 208 Simmons, Roy 220 Simmons, Tammy 236 Simms, Michael 142 Simon, Greg 196 Simonds, Frank 72, 1 15, 236 Simons, John 254 Simounet, Craig 68, 196 Simpson, Barry 236 Simpson, Cathy 75, 88, 150, 157, 254 Simpson, Coty 26 Simpson, James 68, 72, 236 Singer, Harvey 254 Sisler, Harry 196, 208 SKI CLUB 142 Slane, Pamela 220 Siinkard, Cheryl 196, 208 Slusher, Rhonda 130, 131, 220 Smith, Charles 150, 220 Smith, Debra 146, 220 Smith, James 78 Smith, Karen 142, 150, 196, 208 260 Smith, Lisa 57, 1 13, 254 Smith, Michael 220 Smith, Philip 220 Smith, Porter 151,236 Smith, Robert 236 Smith, Stephen 254 Smith, Steven 254 Snader, James 254 Sneder, Anthony 145, 236 Snedgen, Gregory 254 Snedgen, Michael 108, 150, 236 Snyder, Ilona 116, 196 Snyder, Theresa 108, 236 Snyder, Wade 76, 254 Souther, Richard 145, 197, 208 Southee, Gina 57, 182, 197, 208 Spahr, Jordan 236 SPANISH CLUB 144 SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY 1 18 Speaks, Harold 68, 197, 208 Spear, Amy 236 Spitzer, Kathy 218, 220 Sponable, Debra 254 Springston, Mark 254 Springston, Steven 197, 208 Sprouse, Lisa 152, 254 Stack, Hurdy 197 Staftord, Jeanette 197 Stalnaker, Robin 254 Stangohr, John 197, 208 Stanley, Denise 86, 254 Stanley, Martha 116, 123, 151, 197, 208 Staples, Michael 254 Staples, Ted 68, 72, 236 Stark, Claude 108, 163 Stark, Paul 108, 163 Steadman, Mark 108, 220 Steele, Sharon 142, 236 Steeves, Donna 151 Steidel, Kathryn 77, 236 Stephens, David 254 Sternitzke, Richard 145, 236 Stevens, Catherine 108, 1 16, 134, 163, 210,220 Stevens, Debra 108, 1 16, 163, 197, 208 Stevens, Elizabeth 55, 112, 116, 136, 198 Stevens, Gregory 90, 91,93, 132, 220 Stevens, Lisa 221 Stevenson, James 198 Stevenson, Kenneth 221 Stewart, Donna 237 Stewart, Steven 254 Sthilaire, Donna 237 Stinnette, Phyllis 198 Stine, Gail 115, 121, 163, 237 Stites, Caroline 158, 198, 208 Stock, Debra 198 Stock, Susan 136, 221 Stoertz, David 108, 1 16, 163, 198, 208 Stone, Daniel 142, 148, 237 Stone, Jack 57, 158, 184,198,208 Stone, Michael 142, 198 Stout, Marjorie 254 Stout, Scott 72, 237 Stowers, Joseph 254 Stratton, Betty 221 Stratton, Norma 237 Stratton, Robert 68, 221 Streets, Kimberly 254 Streets, Lisa 150, 199, 208 Streets, Peggy 221 Strickland, Donna 108, 163, 221 Strickland, Margaret 115, 121, 163, 237 Stringer, Patricia 254 Stryker, Barbara 88, 153, 155, 254 Strysko, Mark 108, 199, 208 STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL 1 14 STUDENT GOVERNMENT CABINET 112 STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS 1 12 STUDENT HUMAN RELATIONS 146 Sturm, Lisa 126, 144, 237 Stutchburg, Alan 237 Stutchbury, Linda 199, 208 Suddarth, Mike 108, 134, 163, 199, 208 Sullivan, John 199, 208 Sullivan, Patrick 254 Sun, Mei Jui 221 Sun, Stephanie 237 Swankowski, Eugene 150, 199 Swankowski, Steven 73, 254 Swensen, Thomas 221 Swindler, Edwin 254 Swink, Joan 237 Sykes, Daniel 254 SYMPHONIC BAND, CONCERT BAND 163 Szarnicki, Mark 108, 116, 163, 221 Szczepanski, J.J. 87, 112, 116, 136, 166, 200, 208 Tanner, Jill 237 Tashjian, Souren 254 Tassi, Julie 108, 116, 163, 221 Tate, Jennifer 200 Tavelli, Mark 158, 221 Taylor, Booker 254 Taylor, Denise 130, 142, 153, 154, 166, 200, 208 Taylor, Terri 237 Terry, Beverly 221 Thibeault, Nancy 208 Thibodeau, Ernest 254 Thibodeau, Gerald 148 Thoma, Jennifer 138, 200 Thomas, Carolyn 113, 115, 237 Thomas, John 132, 237 Thomason, Mary 57, 158, 299 Thompson, Catherine 200, 208 Thompson, Donald 221 Thompson, Douglas 148 Thompson, Mary 237 Thompson, Ricky 237 Thompson, Sandra 237 Throneburg, Susan 151,200, 208 Tickle, Ronald 254 Tiller, Donna 151,237 Tilson, Carole 1 16, 121,221 Timis, James 72, 254 Tinner, Melvin 237 Tinner, Rebecca 142, 200 Titus, Laurel 237 Todaro, Claire 151,237 Todaro, Jane 221 Tolman, David 1 13, 1 15, 237 Tomasino, Robert 68, 132, 221 Tomes, Pam 108, 163, 238 Toms, Charles 1 42 Topel, Blain 254 Topel, Laurie 238 TORCH AND BANNER SOCIETY 138 Townsend, Joanne 221 Train, Jonathan 148, 238 Trammel, Nancy 1 16, 140, 165, 221 Trammel, Polly 140, 254 Trapnell, Elizabeth 221 Trapp, Ellen 1 15, 145, 238 Trapp, Thomas 68, 71,1 32, 1 42, 200, 208 Trask, Joan 75, 157, 254 TRI HI-Y 140 Trout, John 108, 163, 255 Truelove, Carol 238 Truelove, Peter 221 Trussell, Bill 108, 1 16, 163, 221 Tsitos, John 90, 238 Turman, Ruth 255 Turner, Bridget 238 Turner, Patricia 221 Turner, Ralph 255 Turner, Tamara 108,238 Tusing, Tamara 148,255 Tutt, Anthony 255 Tyler, Deborah 142 Tyler, George 238 Tyler, Robert 255 Tyrrell, Kevin 200, 208 Underwood, Mark 132, 142, 200, 208 Uribe, Anne 88, 124 Vandivier, Dianne 108, 1 15, 138, 238 Vanderwal, Scott 238 Van Hart, Catherine 221 Vejar, Henry 255 Venhuizen, Lynda 255 Vernon, David 238 Vernon, Denise 159, 255 Vernon, John 255 Via, Richard 255 V.I.C.A. 150 Vick, Charlotte 238 Vickroy, Neloise 200 Vickroy, Sandra 152, 238 Villa, Joseph 72, 221 Villa, Steven 238 Villaret, Michelle 159 Vining; Roberta 255 Vosberg, William 221 Vredegoor, Edwin 221 Vucci, Catherine 136, 151, 221 Wade, Danny 73, 255 Wade, Freddy 136, 156, 157, 200, 208 Wade, Randy 90, 91, 121, 132, 201, 208 Wade, Sheila 138 Wagoner, Jeffery 68, 238 Wagoner, Wendy 221 Walck, Eric 57, 158, 159 Waldron, Janice 238 Walker, Betty 201 Walker, Ronald 201 Wall, Kathy 116, 121, 136, 144, 151, 221 Wallace, Carol 136, 158, 221 Waller, Nancy 88, 225 Waller, Susan 108, 138, 163, 201, 208 Waller, William 108, 145, 163, 255 Walling, Steven 255 Walters, Jeannette 238 Wang, Jiann 221 Ward, Diane 1 21,201 Warden, Sabrina 159, 255 Warring, Michael 208 Washburn, Carrie 145, 255 Wathen, James 221 Wathen, Joseph 201 Watkins, Anna 140, 221 Watkins, Larrie 88, 89, 255 Wauhop, Joseph 201 Watz, Wendy 255 Weaver, Cindy 88, 122, 136, 201,208 Webb, Bruce 83, 238 Webb, Charles 238 Webb, Joseph 1 16, 221 Webb, William 238 Webber, Karen 116, 158, 221 Weber, Brenda 159, 255 Weber, Kathryn 151,238 Weber, Patrick 238 Webster, Laura 201 Wedding, Cathryn 255 Weddle, William 73, 255 Wedler, Jean 238 Weekley, Audrey 255 Weissenborn, Tina 61, 112, 116, 122, 126,210,221 Welch, Sandra 61, 142, 151, 153, 155, 238 Welch, Sheryl 151, 153, 155, 238 Wells, Debra 255 Wentz, Michael 201,208 Werner, Cynthia 151, 238 West, Diana 75, 88, 187, 255 West, John 72, 238 West, Mary Ann 87, 210, 221 West, Susan 201 Westbrook, Floyd 255 Westbrook, Linda 1 15, 238 Westphal, Lynda 238 Whalen, Melody 255 Whetzel, Cheryl 108, 163, 255 Whetzel, Eugene 148, 221 Whetzel, Raymond 238 Whetzel, Virginia 255 White, Brenda 201 White, Darrin 238 White, Michael 255 White, Robert 202, 208 White, Robert 150, 208 White, Wendell 142, 255 Whitmore, Michael 90, 221 Whitmore, Sean 238 Whitney, Elise 255 Whitney, Joseph 145, 238 Whittet, Leslie 255 Whysong, Brenda 255 Wickert, Dorothy 75, 240, 255 Wien, Craig 255 Wien, Todd 145, 221 Willett, Anne 159, 255 Williams, Carole 148 Williams, Cheryl 108, 221 Williams, Melvin 255 Williams, Sandra 151, 238 Williams, Thomas 255 Wilson, Daniel 96, 202, 208 Wilson, Doris 255 Wilson, Holly 255 Wilson, Richele 116, 151 Wilson, Robert 132, 202 Wimmer, Paul 238 Wimmer, Steve 221 Wincek, Tamara 221 Wirt, Joanne 108, 1 16, 138, 221 Wolff, Patricia 221 Wood, Crystal 238 Wood, Gary 238 Wood, Stanley 221 Wood, Wayne 221 Woods, Charles 238 Woods, Timothy 255 Woodmansee, Mary 151, 221 Woodside, Elizebeth 158, 202 Wooldridge, Tommie 74, 221 Woolf, Robert 73, 255 Wortman, Holly 255 Wright, Michael 108, 163, 255 Yagyu, Mari 222 Yanick, Barbara 130, 153, 154, 222 Yarbrough, David 68, 202 Yarbrough, Edward 68, 238 Yassine, Dalai 153, 155, 238 Yassine, Rashad 132, 202 Yermack, Gregory 203 Yoshida, Cameo 255 Youngblood, Sandra 130, 222 Zeltvay, Alexandra 155, 121, 238 Zeltvay, Nicholas 222 Ziegler, Susan 136, 151, 203 Zimbro, Karen 238 Zimmerman, Charles 116, 150, 222 Zimmerman, Denise 222 Zimmerman, Leslie 203 Zimmerman, Linda 203 Zirkle, Donald 222 261 V,- ' SSJifeS rp- ■ ' - ' X-%:, ' SkLYj | B@|l®flS r . ,v J SsSSsl S® safari ■ sia U3« » i;i: -di 7 K0 -t£ ..... 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" Home Heating Cooling Town Country Upholstery 8441 Lee Highway Fairfax, VA 560-3700 315 5. Maple Ave. Falls Church 532-2481 ri Women ' s Lib gets a stab from Eddie. Graham Road Citgo 7231 Arlington Blvd. Falls Church 560-9803 267 Gary suits Mary very well. Mr. Parr ' s Clothier Hair Stylists " We can be very friendly! " A.P.C. Insurance Assoc of Virginia 8113 Lee Highway Falls Church 560-3400 7115 Leesburg Pike Falls Church 532-3877 mmm " Service is my specialty, " says Diane to Eddie. Graham Road Exxon 268 Arlington Blvd Graham Road Falls Church 573-4550 Jimmy will never convince Mr. Harris that his car is a worthwhile trade-in. Bill Page Pontiac Honda 6715 Arlington Blvd Falls Church 533-9700 Prestige Cleaners A family portrait Fallfax Building Supply 7257 Lee Highway Falls Church 532-8400 7634 Lee Highway Falls Church 560-4900 269 " Fill ' er up! " orders Sue of Freddy. Don ' s Citgo 7477 Lee Highway Falls Church 573-2634 " Freddy, you ' re covering up my profile! " exclaims Gina. Fenwick Shell 7463 Lee Highway Falls Church 573-8505 The crowds flock to hear Gary and Sue sing. " Hey, hey, the gang ' s all here! " Apollo Restaurant 7161 Lee H ighway Falls Church 532-8400 Simpson ' s Sporting Goods 7257 Arlington Blvd. Falls Churc h, Va. 573-3677 270 LAMONT STUDIOS 51 43 Lee Highway Arlington, VA 536-7172 271 In Memoriam Alan Shelor 1958-1974 Many controversial issues occured this year on the national and international level. The United States aquired a new president and vice-president, neither elected by the people. The Energy Crisis returned in full force this winter. People had to conserve everything from gasoline to fertilizer. President Ford stressed the fact that America must become independent of Arab oil. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger kept up his hopping from one country to the next, spreading American goodwill, in the hopes of achieving world peace, the formula to which has never really been discovered but has constantly been searched for. 273 Discovering new ways of relaxation and enjoyment to break the monotony of the typical school day gives many members of Falls Church a new outlook on life. The Student Union room proves a quiet place to sit and do last minute homework or to just sit and think. Reading a good book in the library lets one explore new ideas. Having a great guitar player to listen to, or partners to dance with allows the students and faculty to come together in a relaxed atmosphere and discover each other ' s hidden talents. 275 U. ' ' I Wp?« j » ■ f m- tN 7 | - ;l 5. 1 I 1 276 Discovering relations with fellow students through various social and athletic gatherings or just getting together with friends is as important to the learning atmosphere of Falls Church as the academic routine. These activities help one aquire tolerance, leadership and the ability to become part of a team while still being an individual. 277 The metropolitan area in which we live is rather unique in that it allows people to " march to the beat of a different drummer " . The opportunities are endless, students are given the chance to hear speakers, participate in drama or music, meet and talk with all types of people, or to just be different. These chances let one discover oneself and to develop this discovery. Cover design by Diane Ward. 278 »» 279 wmasm. ’ ' r ' ; Realizing the different facets of life and facing them head on, despite the many obstacles that might hold one back is something that everyone must do. The responsibilities that come with becoming an adult are great and sometimes seem too much to bear. Knowing that they can be resolved and can even aide in one ' s growth is an important . . . Discovery 280


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