Farrell High School - Reflector Yearbook (Farrell, PA)

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The ReflectorSeniors Flower Motto Color American Beauty Rose Do You Know Where You're Going? Red. White, and Blue SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: SITTING; Jim Krokoski - President. STANDING 1. to r.; Carisse Joseph - Secretary. Blaine Wilder - Vice President. . OCUT o SENIOR STEERING COMMITTEE: ROW I; Gloria Prince, Mattie West, Phillip Craig, Rosaria Donatelli, Michelle Marasco, Darlene DePreta. ROW 2; Thomas Fratilla, Mike Mason, Ray Stawaisz, Robert Rubano, David Austin.JONATHAN CORRIS ALLEN. Bookkeeping; Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. Field Day 3. LORLNZA L. ALLEN, Business; J.V. Basketball 1.2. Track 1,3, Intramurals 1,2,3, Cross Country 1,2,3, Drama 3, Astronomy 3, Junior Aide 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. RHONDA ELAINE A L LI, Stenographic; Tri Hi Y 1,2, Spanish 1,2,3. P.A. Announcer 3. Field Day 3. Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, ESA A Committee 1,2,3. JOHN ANDRUSKY, Basic Requirements; J.V. Basketball I, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. JAMES A. ANDREWS JR.. Industrial Arts; Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Field Day 3. DAVID AUSTIN. General Clerical; Varsity Football 2,3, J.V. Football I, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. KELLY E. AUSTIN, Business; Business 2, Junior Achievement 2, Tri Hi Y 1,2, P.A. Announcer 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Guidance Office Aide 3. REUBEN AUSTIN, Industrial Arts; Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3.ANTHONY J. BARBER. Basic Requirements; Math 1.2,3. Spanish 1.2.3. Prom Committee 2. Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. LUCINDA MARIE BARLOW, Academic; Bowling I. French 1,2.3, Drama 1,3, Tri Hi Y I, Concert Choir I. A Capella 1, District Chorus 3. Choral 3, P.A. Announcer 3. Field Day 3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Home Room Representative 1.2, Play 3. DARLENE ROCHELLE BENNETT, General Clerical; Field Day 3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. CARRIE L. BLAIR. Distributive Education; Junior Achievement 2, DECA 3, Library Staff 2, Field Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative 2, Class Day 3. SHEILA BLACKWELL, General Clerical; Business 3, Drama 3, Office Assistant 3, Nurse Aide 3, P.A. Announcer 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, DECA 3, Math 1,2,3. Prom Committee 2, Cap Gown 2. BARBARA LYNN BLUE. Academic; C.A.P. 2, Math 1, Drama 3, Tri Hi Y 1,2. Spanish 2,3. Guidance Assistant 1,3, Material Production Assistant 2, P.A. Announcer 3, Library Staff 3. Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. JOHN M. BOHACH. Basic Requirements; Math 1, Spanish 1,2,3, Band 1,2,3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. BARBARA ANN BOWSER. Academic; Honor Society 2. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. 5  RONALD M BOWSER. Basic Requirements; Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. JAMES D. BRANCA. Distributive Education; Intramurals 1.2,3, French 1.2. Key I. DEC A 3. Projectionists I. Prom Committee 2,3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. LONNIE D. BRIDGES, Industrial Arts; Hi V 3, Field Day 2,3. Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. LAVETTA DASHI BURNS. General Clerical; Girls Varsity Basketball 1,2,3, Ridereltes 3, Drama 3, Tri Hi Y 1,2, Class Officer I, Field Day 2.3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Prom Committee 2. JOHN BURNS. Basic Requirements; Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. Field Day 3. CONNIE F. BYERS, Business; Future Nurses 3, Math 1,2,3, Drama 3, Nurse Assistant 3. Concert Choir 1,2, A Capclla 1,2,3, Madrigals 1,2, Choral 2,3, Majorette 3, Prom Committee 1,2.3. Reflector Staff 1,2,3, Night Rider Staff 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Stage Crew 2. District Chorus 3. DARYL W. CALLAHAN. Academic; Varsity Basketball 1,3, J.V. Basketball I. Track 2,3, French 1.2.3, Cap Gown 2, Prom Committee 2. Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative I. RICKEY CAMPBELL. General Clerical; Prom Committee 2. Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. 6PATRICIA A. CHANEY, Academic; Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. ROSETTA JEAN CHAPMAN, General Clerical; Business 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. TIMOTHY P. CHAVARA. General; Bowling 2, Conservation 1.2.3, Key I. Concert Choir 1.2, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Bonfire Committee 2, f ield Day 3. BRENDA CLARK, Stenographic; Track 2. Business 3. Math 1. Drama 3. Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Stage Crew 2, Student Secretary Industrial Arts Department 3. MICHAEL A. CHAYA. Basic Requirements; Track 3. Swimming 1,2.3. Conservation 2,3, Hi Y 3, Drama 2.3. Band 1. Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Swimming Aide 1,2, Field Day 3. SAMUEL COLUNDJIA JR., Industrial Arts; Prom Committee 2. Field Day 2,3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. THEODORE COSTES. Basic Requirements; Honor Society 1, Key 1.2,3. Spanish 2, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Swim Aide 2,3, Cross Country 1,2,3, ESAA Committee 1,2,3, Track 2,3. PHILLIP A. CRAIG. Occupational Education; Varsity Football 1.2.3, J.V. Football 1.2. Track 1.2.3, Intramurals 3, Field Day 2.3. Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. 7DEBORAH JEAN CRAWFORD. Bookkeeping; Future Nurses 1,2.3. Junior Achievement 2. Drama 1,2,3. Tri Hi Y 2. Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Volleyball 1.2,3. VERA CROSBY, Occupational Education; Future Nurses 2,3, Junior Achievement 2,3, Nurse Assistant 2,3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Teacher Aide 1,2, Prom Committee 3. LETA CHARA1N DeBERRY, Bookkeeping; Girls Varsity Basketball 1,2. Track 1,2, Concert Choir 1, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. DARLENE RENEE DePRETA, Basic Requirements; Varsity Cheerleader 2,3, Captain 3, J.V. Cheerleader I, Spanish 2.3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Flower, Color. Motto Committee 3. Home Room Representative 3, Parent's Night Aide 2.3, Student Leader Day 3, Sign Painting 2,3. Prom Committee 3. EMILIO SALVADOR MICHAEL DeBONIS. Basic Requirements; Key I. Spanish I. Prom Committee 2,3. Field Day 2,3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Gym Aide 2,3. DIANE R DePRETA. General Clerical; Conservation 2, Spanish 1.2.3. Assistant 3, Prom Committee 2.3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. VALERIE ANN DiCRIST-OFARO, Basic Requirements; Future Nurses 3. Drama 1.2,3, Tri Hi Y 1, Field Day 2,3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Guidance Office Assistant 2,3, Play Usherette 1,3, Prom Committee 3. 8 KENNETH DIMERY, Industrial Arts; Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Field Day 3.MATTHEW DIXON. Occupational Education; Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. VALERIE H DIXON. General Clerical; Junior Achievement 2, Tri Hi Y 2, P.A. Announcer 3, Library Staff 2. Field Day 3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. RUTH IE I. DODD. C.D.O.: Business 3. Conservation 2. French 1.2, Future Nurses I. Math 1,2. Drama 1.2, Junior Aide 2, Prom Committee 2,3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative 2, Plays 1,2, Tri Hi Y 1.2. MIKE DONALDSON, Academic; C A P. 2. French 1.2. Hi Y 2.3. Key 1. Band 1.2,3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. PAUL DODDATO, Industrial Arts; Prom Committee 2,3. Field Day 2,3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. T V. Crew 3. ROSARIA DONATELL1, Basic Requirements; Bowling 1,2, Swimming 1.2,3, Conservation 2, French 1. Math 1,2.3, Drama 1,2,3, Tri Hi Y 1.2, Band 1,2,3, Junior Aide 1,2, Prom Committee 2, Reflector Staff 2.3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Home Room Representative 2.3, Plays 1,2,3, Evaluation Committee I, Swim Aide 1, Swim Team Captain 3. WILLIAM T. DOSS, Industrial Arts; Prom Committee 2, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. ANICA DRAGICEV1C, Basic Requirement; Ridcrcttes 2, Conservation 2,3, French 1,2,3, Future Nurses 1,3, Math 1,2.3, Drama 1.2.3, Tri Hi Y 1,2, Junior Aide 2, P.A. Announcer‘3, Prom Committee 3. Reflector Staff 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Plays 1.2.3. Stage Crew 2,3, Band Announcer 3, Cap and Gown 2, Office Aide 3, Night Rider Staff 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Student Director 3, Parents Night Aide 3, Aide for All Sportsman Banquet 2. 9JAMES EGERC1C, Basic Re-quircmcnts; Golf 1,2. Bowling 3, Drama 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Astronomy 2,3, Field Day 3. DEBBIE ELIA, Basic Requirements; Prom Committee 2,3, Field Day 3. Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. CRYSTAL LYNN ELLERBE. Academic; C.A.P. 2, French 1,2,3, Drama 1.2,3, Tri Hi Y I, Spanish 3, Middle School I. Concert Choir 1.2, A Capclla 1,2, Choral 3, Gym Exhibition 2. Plays 2,3, Prom Committee 2,3. Reflector Staff 3, Night Rider Staff 3. Field Day 2,3. Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Debate Team 3. Representative of World Affairs Comm. 2. District Chours 3. FREDERICK E. EUBANKS. Occupational Education; Intramurals 3, Prom Committee 2,3, Field Day 2.3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. WILLIAM P. ERME, Academic; Track 2,3, Swimming 1.2,3, Honor Society 2. Drama 2. Spanish 1,2, Band 1,2,3. Field 3. Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Swim Aide 1,2,3. Field Day 3. MARK EUGENE EARMARKING, Academic; Varsity Basketball 1.2. Spanish 1.2. Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative I, Cross Country 1,2. DEBBIE FENNELL, C.D.O.; Bowling 1.2,3, Prom Committee 2, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. ANITA LOUISE I IMOGNARI, Distributive Education; C.A.P. 3, Drama 1.2,3. Tri Hi Y 1,2. Spanish I. Guidance Assistant 2,3, Junior Aide 2, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, U.N. Mock Assembly 2,3. Cap Gown 2, Parents Night Aide 2, Attendance Office Assistant 1,2. 10FRANCINE FISTER, Academic; Bowling 1,2,3, Swimming 3, French 1,2.3. Math 1,2,3, Drama 3, Tri Hi Y 2, Assistant 3, Band 1,2,3, District Band 2. Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Material Production Assistant 2. RAYMOND P. FLYNN. Industrial Arts; Swimming 1.2,3. Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Field Day 3. KEITH JAY FRANKS. General Clerical; Bowling 1,2,3. Business 1.2.3, Spanish 1. Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Sec. for Bowling 3. Bowling Team Captain 1.2.3. MARIANNE FUSCO, Business; Concert Choir 1.2, Prom Committee 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. TOM FRATILLA, Basic Requirements; Spanish 1,2, Field Day 2.3. Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative 2,3. KATHERINE GOSHAY, Academic; French 3. Junior Achievement 2. Drama 1,2,3, Fri Hi Y 1,2, P.A. Announcer 3. Reflector Staff 3, Night Rider Staff 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Plays 1.2,3. Rep. of World Affairs Committee 2, Prom Committee 3, Usher- • elte 2,3. STEPHANIE GRACEN1N, C.O.D.; Track 1,2, Bowling 1, Business 2, Conservation 2. Junior Achievement 2, Math 1, Drama 1.2,3, Tri Hi Y 1.2. Spanish 1,2, Library Staff I, Prom Committee 1,2, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Plays 1,2, Stage Crew 2, Usherette 2. JANEEN R GRAHAM. Academic; Honor Society 1, Drama 3. Spanish 1. P.A. Announcer 3, Field Day 2,3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Cap Gown 2. II JOSEPH J. GREEN. Bookkeeping; Business 3, Hi Y 1,2,3, Junior Achievement 2. Key 1,2.3, Drama 1,2,3. Concert Choir 1,2.3, A Capclla 1,2,3, Boy's Quartet I. District Chorus 1.2, Honors Chorus 2. Madrigals 1.2. Choral 3. Projectionists 1.2. Prom Committee 2,3, Reflector Staff 2.3. Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, T.V. Crew 1,2.3, Rcgionals 2. TERRY GREGORY. Basic Requirements; Varsity Football 1.2,3, J. V. Football I, Intramurals 1,2.3, French 2, Class Officer I. Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative I, Gym Aide 2.3, Varsity Volleyball 2,3. CAROL EILEEN GUMBERT, Academic; Math I, Spanish 2,3, Band 1,2,3, Prom Committee 1.2,3, Reflector Staff 1.2,3, Night Rider 3, Editor 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Field Day 3. PATRICIA ANNETTE GRAY. Academic; Honor Society 2,3, Drama 3. Library Staff 1,2, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Basic Re Sr Break CHARLES GREEN, quirement; Class Day 3 fast. Field Day 3. Dav 3. Sr THEODORE N. GREGOROFF, Distributive Education; Conservation 1.2. Key 1,2. Drama 1,2, Junior Aide 1,2, Projectionists J, Prom Committee 2, Field Day 1,2,3, Class Day 1,2,3, Sr Breakfast 3. JODY A. GUERINO, C.D.O Drama 3, Spanish 1,2,3, Nurses Assistant 2,3, Field Day 2,3, cia« rk— ’ Breakfast 3. U ANTHONY VALDEZ GREEN. Industrial Arts; J.V. Basketball 2, J.V. Football 2, Track 2, Class Day 2.3. Field Day 2,3, Sr. Breakfast 3.ANN GUNN, General Clerical; Business 3, Prom Committee 1, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. ROBIN LEE HARDEN. Academic; Varsity Football 1,2,3, J.V. Football I, Track I. Intramurals 1,2,3, Business I, Hi V 1.2, Key 1,2,3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Volleyball 1.2.3. T.V. Crew 1,2, Gym Aide 1,2,3, Student Leader Day 3. ROBERT HARRISON. Basic Requirements: J. V. Basketball I, Track I, Intramurals I, French 1, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative 1. REGINA LYNN HARRISON, Business; Future Nurses 1,2, Junior Achievement 2,3. Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Deca 3, Spanish 3. RONNIE HARVEY, Basic Requirements; Track 1,3, Intramurals 3. French 3. Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. RAS T. HAILSTOCK JR.. Academic; Track 3, Intramurals 1,2,3, Bowling 1.2,3, Swimming 3, Drama 3, Spanish 1,2.3, Band 1,2,3, Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Cross Country 2,3. VANESSA HENDERSON. Basic Requirements; Bowling 1,2,3, French 1,2,3, Junior Achievement 1, Drama 1, Tri Hi Y I. Assistant 3, P.A. Announcer 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. THOMAS D. HENRICH, Basic Requirements; 1 Swimming 1,2,3, Astronomy 2,3. Prom Committee 2, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. 13CORNELIUS HOLMES. Academic; Varsity Basketball 1,2,3. J.V. Basketball I, Key 3, Prom Committee 2. Eield Day 2.3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. Home Room Representative I. Cross Country 2,3, Junior Class Pres. 2, Library Aide 3, French 1.2,3. THOMAS HOOVLER. Basic Requirements; Concert Choir 3, A Capella 1,2, Madrigals 2, Astronomy 1,2,3, Eield Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. LYNETTE MICHELLE HOPSON. Business; Future Nurses 3, Junior Achievement 3. Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Nurses Assistant 3, French I. WILLIAM M. HORVATH, Distributive Education; Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Field Day 3. MICHELE RAE HORNER, Distributive Education; J.V. Cheerleaders 1,2, Captain 2. Drama 2,3, Tri Hi Y 1. Business 2, Junior Aide 2, Library 2. Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Deca 3, Parents Night Aide 2. RAYMOND E. HOYT. Academic; J.V. Basketball 1, Swimming 2,3, Conservation 2,3, French 1,2,3, Hi Y 2.3, Key I. Math 1,2,3, Drama 2.3. Band 1,2,3, Concert Choir 1, A Capella I, Prom Committee 2,3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, U.N. Mock Assembly 2,3, Home Room Representative 1,2, Cap Gown 2. Stage Band 1,2,3, Student Council 2, Plays 2,3, Stage Crew 2. Cross Country 1, Brass Ensemble 2. T.V. Crew 2. Parents Night Aide 1,2, Intermediate Unit 2.3. Swim Aide 2,3, Bon Fire Committee 2, Evaluation Committee 2, Intramurals 2. ANNETTE HULLEY, Distributive Education; Bowling 1,2, French I, Future Nurses 2,3, Junior Achievement 2. Drama 2.3, Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Deca 3, Home Room Representative 1. JOSEPH I AC I NO, C D O.; Cap Gown 2, Conservation 2,3, Hi Y 1,2,3, Spanish 1,2, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative 2. 14URIC C. ISON. General Clerical; J.V. Football 1.2, Junior Achievement 1,2, T.V. Crew 1.2.3. Field Day 2.3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. ROBURT IVANOVICH. Basic Requirements; J.V. Football 1. Field Da 3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. DAVID R. JACKSON, Industrial Arts; Varsity Football 1,2.3, J.V. Football 1.2. Field Day 3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Gym Aide 3, Shop Aide 3. VURNA JACKSON. Occupational Education; Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. Prom Committee 2.3. HENRY L. JACKSON. Industrial Arts; Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Field Day 3. RICHARD JAMES JR.. General; Varsity Basketball 2.3. J.V. Basketball 1,2, Field Day 3. Class Day 3. Sr Breakfast 3. Prom Committee 1.2. SHARON ANN JAMES, Basic Requirements; Ridercttes 1,2,3, Future Nurses 2, Concert Choir 1,2,3, A Capella 1,2, Madrigals 2, Choral 3, P.A. Announcer 3, Reflector Staff I. Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Girls Volleyball 1, Girls Basketball 1. TERESA JEFFERSON. Academic; Girls Volleyball 2,3, Junior Achievement 1. Drama 3, Spanish 3. Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Cap Gown 2. 15 tH IE MAE JENKINS, Business; Junior Achievement 2, Tri Hi Y 1,2, PA. Announcer 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Nurse Aide 3. JAMES H JOHNSON, Basic Requirements; Intramurals 3, Hi Y 1.3, Key 1.3, Drama 3, Library Staff 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Astronomy 1,2,3, Play Usher 3, Prom Committee 2,3, P.A. Announcer 3. BERNADETTE ELAINE JOSEPH, Business; Business 3, Conservation 2,3, Math 1,2, Drama 1,2,3, Tri Hi Y 1,2, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2. Plays 1,2,3. ANTHONY ANGELO JOHNSON, Basic Requirements; Varsity Football 3, French 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. LEE S. JOHNSON JR.. Industrial Arts; Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. CARISSE JOSEPH. Academic; Riderettes 2, Co-captain 2. Swimming 3, Manager 3. French 1.2,3, Math 1,2.3, Drama 1.2,3, Tri Hi Y 1.2, Band 1,2,3, Secretary Treasurer 3, Junior Aide 2, P.A. Announcer 3, Prom Committee 3, Class Officer 3. Reflector Staff 3, Night Rider Staff 3. Motto, Flower, Color Committee 3. Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative I, Usherette 1,2,3, Parents Night Aide 1,3, Plays 1,2,3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2. DEBRA LYNN KAGLE. Basic Requirements; Business 3, Math 1,2,3, Prom Committee 1,3, Reflector Staff 3, Co-Editor 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Stage Crew 2, Sign Painting 2,3, Parents Night Aide 3. 16 CLARICE KELLER. Stenographic; Junior Achievement 2,3, Drama 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3.INA MARIE KELLER, Steno-raphic; Junior Achievement 3, )rama 3, Assistant 3. Field Day 3, lass Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. RICKEY LEE KITT. General Clerical; Intramurals 3, Volleyball 3, Hi Y 1,3, Key 1,3, Library Staff 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Astronomy 1,3. CARL DAVID KOCH, Occupational Education; Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, T.V. Crew 2,3. NICHOLAS G KOUFOU, C.D.O.; Bowling 1,2,3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. GEORGE KOSTIK III. Basic Requirements; Spanish I, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Field Day 3. WILLIAM JOSEPH KRAJCOVIC I, General; Junior Aide 2. Projectionist 2, Prom Committee 2,3, Reflector Staff 1,2,3, Night Rider 2,3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. T.V. Crew 1,2,3, Photographer 1,2,3, Night Rider Staff 1,2.3. JAMES J. KROKOSKI. Basic Requirements; Hi Y 2.3. Drama 3, Prom Committee 2,3, Motto, Flower, Color Committee 3, Class Officer 3. Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. KAREN KUKOL. General Clerical; Drama 1,2,3, A Capella 1,2, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Concert Choir 3. 17TOM KUNCIO, Industrial Arts; Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. DAVID KURDUPSKI. General Clerical; Field Day 3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. D KENT LEE, Basic Requirements; Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Field Day 3. TIMOTHY F. LOOP. Business; Bowling 1,2,3, French 1, Prom Committee 2, Sr. Breakfast 3. Class Day 3, DECA 3. Field Day 3. MARY ANN LENO, Business; Conservation 2. Business 3, Math 1,2, Drama 1.2,3, Tn Hi Y 1,2, Spanish 1.2, Junior Aide 2. Library Staff 1.2. Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Stage Crew 1,2. JAMES J. MAGNU, C.D.O.; Bowl-ing 1,2,3, Band 1,2,3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. LYNDA JEANNE MANCINO, Basic Requirements; Business 3, Future Nurses 1,2,3, Math 1,2,3, Drama 1,2,3, Tri Hi Y I, Nurse Assistant 1,2,3, Majorette 1,2,3, Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Cap Gown 2, Plays 1.2, Parents Night Aide 3, Sec. of Business 3. 18 MICHELLE M. MARASCO, C.D.O.; Business I, Future Nurses 1,2,3. Drama 1.2,3. Tri Hi Y 1.2, Spanish 1,2, Principal’s Assistant 2, Nurse Assistant 2, Majorette 1,2, Junior Aide 1, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative 1,3, ESAA Committee 1,2,3.DENISE MARCELLA. C.D.O.; Business 1,2, Math 1,2, Drama 1,2, Guidance Assistant 1, Nurse Assistant 2, Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. VALER LARRY MARCU, Basic Requirements; Swimming 3, Cross Country 2,3, Math 1, Assistant 2,3, Class Dav 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Field Day 3. SANDRA LEE MARSTELLER, General Clerical; Track 1, Bowling 1.2,3. Business 3, Math 1,2,3, Drama 1, Concert Choir 3, A Capclla 1.2. Prom Committee 2.3. Reflector Staff 2,3. Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Sign Painting 2,3, Usherette 1. Co-Editor 3, Vicc-pres. Business 3, Parents Night Aide 3, Bowling Team Captain 3, Night Rider Staff 3. Secretary for Bowling 3. KIMBERLY MATTOZZI. Basic Requirements; Rideretles 2. French I. Future Nurses I, Math 1,2, Drama 2,3, Tri Hi Y 1,2, Nurse Assistant 3, Attendance Office Assistant 3, Concert Choir 1,3, A Capella 2, Junior Aide 2, Steering Committee 3, Prom Committee 2,3,Reflector Staff 3. Motto, Flower. Color Committee 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Cap Gown 2. CHERYL LYNN McCOY. Occupational Education; Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Teacher Aide I. MICHAEL WAYNE MASON, Basic Requirements; Varsity Football 2,3. J.V. Football 1, Swimming 1.3, Manager 3, Conservation 2,3, French 2,3, Hi Y 2,3. Key 3. Math 1.2.3, Drama 2,3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Gym Aide 2,3. KENNETH MAZYCK, Distributive Education; Drama I, Deca 3, Concert 2. A Capella 1, Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative 1. GREGORY McCULLEY, Basic Requirements; Math 1,2, Spanish 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. 19MARGUERITE McCULLEY, General Clerical; Library Staff 3, Field Day 2,3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. KELLY S. McDonald, Basic Requirements; Math I. Drama I, Spanish I, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Field Day 3. CLARENCE McKOY. Basic Requirements; J.V. Basketball 3. Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Gym Show 2,3. KIM MARIE MILLER, Stenographic; Math 1,2,3, Drama 3, Field Day 3. Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Stage Crew 2, Secretary—Industrial Arts 3, Business 3. RAYMOND MILICH, Basic Requirements; Astronomy 1,2,3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, T.V. Crew 3, Material Production 3, Field Day 3. STEVE MIODRAG, Academic; Varsity Basketball 2,3, J.V. Basketball I. Cross Country 1,2,3, Band 1,2,3, Band President 3, Concert Choir 1,2. A Capella 1,2, Madrigals 1,2, Field Day 2.3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. French 3. ANDREW MISINAY. Basic Requirements; Bowling 1,2,3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Field Day 3. 20 MARILYNNE MISKOL1TZ, Business; Swimming 3. Business 2,3, Future Nurses 2, Math 1,2,3, Drama 2,3, Tri Hi Y 2, Material Production 2, Band 1,2,3, District Band 2, Prom Committee 2,3, Reflector Staff 2,3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3.ANITA LOU IS E MUSIAL, C.D.O.; Business 1,2, Future Nurses 1.2, Math 1.2.3. Tri Hi Y 1,2, Cap Gown 2. Attendance 2, Nurse Assistant 1.2.3, Concert Choir 1, A Capella 2. Majorette 1.2,3, Co-Head 3. Junior Aide 2. Prom Committee 3, Reflector Staff 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. JOSEPH MORAR. JR . Basic Requirements; Golf I. Bowling I. Math 1.2.3, P.A. Announcer 3, Prom Committee 2, f ield Day 2.3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, T.V. Crew- 1.2.3. Stage Crew I. RICHARD A. NOVAK. Basic Requirements; P.A. Announcer 3, Field Day 3. Class Day 3. Sr Breakfast 3. RAYMOND ODEM, Basic Requirements; Varsity Basketball 2,3. J.V. Basketball I, Track 3. Field Day 3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. CHRISTINE NICASTRO. Basic Requirements; Tri Hi Y 2, Field Day 3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Cap A Gown 2 RICKY C. OATIS. Basic Requirements; Varsity Football 3, Track 3, Drama 3. Junior Aide 2,3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Prom Committee 2.3. 'YNTHJA MARIE O KIN, Busin- ss; Conservation 2, Drama 1,2, lurse Assistant 2, Attendance Of-:c Assistant 2, Field Day 3, Class ay 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Dcca 3, Plays 2. RAYMOND OUSLEY JR.. Academic; Intramurals 1,2.3. French 2.3. Drama 2,3, Spanish 3, P.A. Announcer 3, Prom Committee 1,2, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, J.V. Manager I, Cap Gown 2, Gym Show 2, Plays 2,3, Stage Crew 2,3, Flag Football 2,3. 21LAWRENCE M1CHEAL OW ENS, General Clerical; Varsity Football 3, Intramurals 1,2,3, Volleyball 2,3, Math I, Field Day 2,3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Gym Aide 3, From Committee 2,3. ROBERT JAMES PALMER. Basic Requirements; Band 1,2,3, Concert C hoir 1,2,3, A Capclla 1,2, Choral 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. RACHEL LYNN PARKS, General Clerical; Business 3. Future Nurses 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. RONALD PERNA, C.D.O.; Track 1.2, Intramurals 2,3, Cross Country 1.2, Conservation 2, French 1,2, Fli Y 1,2, Junior Achievement 1,2, Concert Choir 1,2, A Capclla 1,2, Madrigals 2. Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative I. RUSSEL A. PEDERSEN. C.D.O.; Golf 1,2,3, Spanish 2, Band 1,2,3, Vice-President 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Field Day 3. Plays 2. SHARON L. PHILLIPS, Stenographic; Field Day 3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. FUNDER MARIE PICKENS, Business; Math 1,2,3, Class Day 3, Field Day 3, Prom Committee 2, Sr. Breakfast 3. 22 DIANE P. PISEGNA, Distributive Education; Ridcrettes 2, Deca 2,3, Conservation 3. Math 1, Drama 1,3, Tri Hi Y 1.2, Spanish I, Guidance Assistant 1,2,3, Junior Aide 2, P.A. Announcer 3, Class Officer 2, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative 2, Plays 2,3, School Board Convention 3; Prom Committee 2,3.RONALD POWELL. Basic Requirements; Spanish 1,2,3, Field Day 3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. SAM RAIN. Distributive Education; Junior Achievement I, Junior Aide 2. Steering Committee 3, Prom Committee 2, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Dcca 3. GLORIA PRINCE. Business; Business 3, Junior Achievement 1,2, Drama 2, Tri Hi Y 2. P.A. Announcer 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Dcca 1. NANCY O. RANDLE, Occupational Education; Drama 2, Guidance Assistant 3, Field Day 2.3. Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. CHERYL Y. RICHARDSON Distributive Education; Junior Achievement 2, Drama 2,3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Deca 2,3. ADRIENNE V. ROBINSON. Academic; Bowling 1,2, Junior Achievement 1,2. Math 1.2, Drama 1.2,3, Spanish 1,2.3, Attendance Office 1.2, Concert Choir 1,3, A Capella 1,3, P.A. Announcer 3, Reflector Staff I. Field Day 3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3; Parents Night Aide 2.3. 23AVA MICHELLE ROBINSON. Stenographic: Track 2. Business 3, Junior Achievement 2. Guidance Assistant 3. Drama 3. P.A. Announcer 3. Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Pres, of Business 3. T.V. Crew 3. DEBORAH YVONNE ROBINSON. Distributive Education: French 1,2, Junior Achievement 2. Drama 2.3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. LYNEITE ROBINSON, Business; Junior Achievement 2.3, Tri Hi Y 2, P.A. Announcer 3, Library Staff 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Girls Basketball 1,2,3. DIANA LYNN ROSATI, Basic Requirements: Swimming 1,2,3, Conservation 2,3, Math 1,2,3. Drama 1.2.3. Tri Hi Y 1,2. Spanish 1.2,3, Band I, Concert Choir 1,2,3, Prom Committee 2.3, Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Swim Aide 1.2.3, Cap Gown 2. Plays 1,2,3, Stage Crew 2,3. THOMAS E. ROBINSON, Industrial Arts; Varsity Football Manager 1.2.3, J.V. Football Manager 1,2, Key 1,2.3. President 3, Field Day 2.3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Cap Gown 2. JENNIFER LYNN ROSKIE, Stenographic; Math 1,2,3, Drama 1,2,3. Tri Hi Y I. Spanish 1, Attendance Office 3. Junior Aide 2, Prom Committee 1.2. Reflector Staff I, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. Cap Gown 2. GENE ROSSI. Academic; Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. 24 ROBERT P. RUBANO. Academic; Track 3. Cross Country 2,3, Key 1.2,3. Vice-President 3, Drama 2. Hi Y 2. Spanish 2. Attendance 3, Prom Committee 2,3, Class Officer 2, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. T.V. Crew 3, Cap Gown 2.JOSH I . RUCKER, Bookkeeping; Choral 3. Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Astronomy 3. MALLOY LEWIS SANDERS JR . Academic; Intramurals 2.3. Bowling 1.2.3. Hi Y 2,3. Junior Achievement 1.2.3. Math 1.2. Drama 3. Spanish 1,2. Concert Choir 3. A Capclla I, P.A. Announcer 3, Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. DLNISL ANN SAVAGE. Distributive Education; P.A. Announcer 3. Field Day 2.3. Class Day 3, Sr Breakfast 3. TIMOTHY R. SCANGA. Business; Key I, Band 2.3. Concert Choir I. Field Day 2,3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. LECLYIA A. SAVAGE, Industrial Arts; J.V. Basketball 1,3, Track 3. Intramurals 1,2.3, Hi Y 2,3, Key 2,3, Library Staff 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. JUDY LYNN SCHENKER. C.D.O.; Riderettes 2. Business 1,2,3, Conservation 2.3. Math 1, Drama 1.2.3. Spanish I. Guidance Assistant 1.2,3, Concert Choir 2. A Capella 2. Madrigals 2, Junior Aide 2, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. Cap Gown 2, Plays 1.2.3. KIM ANNE SCHENKER. Basic Requirements; Swimming 1,3, Future Nurses 1,2,3, Math 1,2,3, Drama 1.2.3, Tri Hi Y 1, Nurse Assistant 2.3, Junior Aide 2, Field Day 3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative 2. Plays 1,2.3, Cap Gown 2, Swim Aide 1,2,3. DAVID T. SCOTT JR.. Industrial Arts; Varsity Basketball 3. J.V'. Basketball 1. Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. 25BbSSlb McKINLbY SbLTZbR, Basic Requirements; Future Nurses 1,2.3. Math 1,2, Drama 3, Spanish 1, Junior Aide 2. P.A. Announcer 3, Library Staff 1.2. Night Rider Staff 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative 1, Nurse's Assistant 3, Volleyball 2,3, Cap Gown 2. ROSbMARY SIMS. Business; Junior Achievement 1,2, Drama 3, Tri Hi Y 2, P.A. Announcer 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative 2. bLISb SLOVAN, Distributive bducation; Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Field Day 3. DbBRA JbAN SMITH, Distributive bducation; Business 1,2, Junior Achievement 2, Drama 1, Library Staff 2, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Dcca 3. CYNTHIA SMITH, General Clerical; French 2,3, Class Day 2,3, Sr. Breakfast 2,3. Field Day 3. LbSLIb SOVbSKY, C.D.O.; Bowling 1, Future Nurses 1, Junior Achievement 1, Math 1,2. Drama 1.2, Concert Choir 1,2, A Capella 1.2, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Plays I, Stage Crew 1,2, Field Day 3. LOUIS b. SQUATRITO, Basic Requirements; J.V. Basketball 1, Track 1.2.3, Intramurals f,2,3, Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3, Cross Country 1,2,3, Prom Committee 2,3. 26 RAYMOND STAWAISZ, Academic; Swimming 2,3, Astronomy 2,3. Math I. Spanish 1,2, Cap Gown 2, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3.DEBRA J. STEELE, Distributive Education; J.V. Cheerleaders 2, Deca 2.3, French 1. Math I, Drama 1.2, Steering Committee 3, Motto, Flower, Color Committee 3, Field Day 2.3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. TERRY JOSEPH STEFANAK, Industrial Arts; Math 1, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Field Day 3. TONY STEVERSON, General Clerical; Varsity Basketball 3, J.V. Basketball 2, Intramurals 1,2, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. GEORGE A. SVEDA, General Business; Bowling 1,2, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. RICHARD JOHN STOUTMIRE, General Clerical; Varsity Football 3, Track 3. French 3, Library Staff 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. DONALD V. TALBERT, Bookkeeping; French 3, Math 1, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. CYNTHIA R TATUSKO, C.D.O.; Bowling 1, Business 2, Conservation 2,3, Math 1,2, Drama 1,2,3, Tri Hi Y 1,2, Spanish 1, Prom Committee 2, Reflector Staff 2, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Cap Gown 2. Plays 1,2,3, Material Productions Aide 1,2, Guidance Office Assistant 3, Stage Crew 1,2,3. THOMAS TAYLOR. Industrial Arts; Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Field Day 3. 27THOMAS TENNANT. Basic Requirements; French 1.2,3, Library Staff I, Field Day 3. Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Astronomy 3. CHARLENE RENEE THOMAS. Business; Track 2,3. J.V. Cheerleaders 2, Drama 3. Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. GARY THOMAS, Basic Requirements; Track 3, Spanish 1. Concert Choir 2,3, Madrigals 2, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. ROOSEVELT T1MPSON. Distributive Education; Business 3, Hi Y 3, Drama 3. Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. LONNIE DEAN THOMAS, Basic Requirements; Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Field Day 3. ANTOINETTE TOMCZAK. C.D.O.; Bowling I, Math 1,2, Drama 1.2. Spanish I. Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Stage Crew 1.2, Material Productions Aide I. Athletic Office 1,2,3. HAROLD J. UJAKOVICH. Basic Requirements; Golf 1.2,3, Bowling I, C.A.P. 2, French 1, Key 1, Math 1, Reflector Staff 1,2,3, Night Rider Staff 1,2,3. Photographer 1,2,3, Prom Committee 1,2,3. 28 ALAN ANDREW VARCHOLIK. Industrial Arts; Bowling 1,2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Field Day 3.JOHN ANTHONY VELLENTE III. Basic Requirements; Golf 2,3, Bowling I, Swimming 1.2,3, French 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Cap Gown 2. STEVEN VUICH, Basic Requirements; Conservation 1.2,3, Drama 3. Spanish 3, Prom Committee 1.2,3. Reflector Staff 1,2,3, Night Rider Staff 1,2,3, Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Cross Country 1,2,3, Photographer 1.2.3. TOVVANA WALLER. General Clerical; Business 1,2,3, Junior Achievement I, Drama 3, Tri Hi Y 1.2, Spanish 3, P.A. Announcer 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. Guidance Office Assistant 3. JANICE L. WHITMAN. Distributive Education; P.A. Announcer 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. MATTIE L. WEST. General Clerical; Varsity Basketball 1,2,3, Manager 3, J.V. Cheerleaders 1.2, Junior Achievement 3. Drama 3, Tri Hi Y 3, P.A. Announcer 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. BLAIN W ILDER. Industrial Arts; J.V. Football 2,3. Track 2.3, Intra-murals 1.2.3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative 2. Class Officer 3, Motto, Flower, Color Committee 3. PATRICE R. WILDER. Occupational Education; Drama 3, Guidance Office Assistant 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. BASH1E B WILLIAMS, General Clerical; Varsity Basketball 1,2,3, Riderettes 2,3, French 1.2, Junior Achievement 2. Drama 3, Tri Hi Y I, Concert Choir 1. P.A. Announcer 3. Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Usherette 2, Volleyball Manager 3. 29LARRY WILLIAMS. Industrial Arts; Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Field Day 3. MICHELET CHARMALET WILLIAMS, General Clerical; Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. DAVID J. WOJDANOWSKI, Academic; Swimming 1.2.3, Conservation 3, Spanish 1,2,3, Concert Choir 1,3. Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Sound Crew 1,2,3, Swim Aide 2.3. LAWRENCE JAYE WILLIAMS, Basic Requirements; Intramurals 2,3. P.A. Announcer 3. Library Staff 3, Prom Committee 2,3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3. Sr. Breakfast 3. PLARLENA WILLIAMS. Academic Track 1.2,3, J.V. Cheerleaders 2, Riderettcs 3. Math 1,2, Drama 2,3, Spanish 1,2,3, Concert Choir 1. A Capella I. Choral 3, P.A. Announcer 3, Motto, Flower, Color Committee 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative 1,3, Cap Gown 2, Parents Night Aide 1, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Play 2,3. GRANT B. WOOD, Basic Requirements; Track 2,3, Intramurals 2,3, Spanish 1,2,3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. DERRICK DWAYNE WRIGHT. Basic Requirements; Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Field Day 3. VERNE WRIGHT. General; Varsity Basketball 2,3, Prom Committee 3. Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. 30MARK YERSKEY, Academic; Conservation 2, Band 1,2, Concert Choir 1, A Capclla 1, Madrigals 1, Class Officer I, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative I, Field Day 3. O BEAUTIFUL MY COUNTRY "O BEAUTIFUL, my country!” Be thine a nobler care, Than all thy wealth a commerce. Thy harvest waving fair; Be it thy pride to lift up The manhood of the poor; Be thou to the oppressed Fair Freedom’s open door. For thee our fathers suffered. For thee they toiled and prayed; Upon thy holy altar Their willing lives they laid. Thou hast no common birthright; Grand memories on thee shine. The blood of pilgrim nations. Commingled, flows in thine. O beautiful, our country! Round thee in love we draw; Thine is the grace of freedom. The majesty of law. Be righteousness thy scepter, Justice thy diadem; And on thy shining forehead Be peace the crowning gem. Frederick L. Hosmer A TOAST TO OUR NATIVE LAND HUGE and alert, irascible yet strong, We make our fitful way ’mid right and wrong One time we pour out millions to be free, Then rashly sweep an empire from the sea! One time we strike the shackles from the slaves, And then, quiescent, we are ruled by knaves. Often we rudely break restraining bars. And confidently reach out toward the stars. Yet under all there flows a hidden stream Sprung from the Rock of Freedom, the great dream Of Washington and Franklin, men of old Who knew that freedom is not bought with gold. This is the Land we love, our heritage. Strange mixture of the gross and fine, yet sage And full of promise-destined to be great. Drink to Our Native Land! God Bless the State Robert Bridges (“Droch”) 3132 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. SITTING; Anna Marie Donatelli. Secretary. STANDING; Cathy Joseph, Vice-President, and Walter Cannon, President. JUNIOR HOME ROOM REPRESENTATIVES: ROW 1,1. to r.; Patricia ROW 2: I rank Chnstd Alphonso M yck. ,5 Phillips. Veronica Johnson. Michelle Wilder, Lee Gavins, Lisa Passaro. Rubano. Arlene Friday. Lynda Cottle. Annette Grande. Ra lord Harr .Home Room 107 1st ROW I. to r.; Lennie Harvey, Midi Miodrag. Venita Christello, David Glaser, Mr. Duich. 3rd ROW; Eli Erceg, Mark Stanek. Eubanks, Mac Ross, Jackie Williams, Cynthia Holmes. Elaine Telega, Gary Vukovieh, Peter Roye, Frank Tremmel, Jeff Baymon. Ron Cantrell, John Grayson, Walter Cannon. 2nd ROW; Tom Venetta. Darlene Kitt, Jay Jackson, Dave Chavara. I Michael Zee, Linda Cimoric. Ed White. Terry Ray, Tom Litwiler, Frank Home Room 114 1st ROW I. to r.; Mr. Namey, Judy Brown. Sharon Gavins. Lee Gavins, Kim Kohut, Candy Baroni, Nick Douthit, Carol Mickman. Gary Jones, Terri Lauderman, Dana Knezevich. 2nd ROW; Cathy Joseph. Leslie Gordon, Judy Klutcher, Anna Marie Jarocki, Terri Harper, Diane Bennett, Jerome Baymon, Vince Koelher, Tim Hunter, Ken Hogue. 3rd ROW; Betsy Hoza, Tom Johnson, Arlene Friday, Melvin Green, Anton Knezevich, John Dunlap, James Blair, Clarence Gilchrist. Harrison Blackwell. Glen Barrow. 36Home Room 115 1st. ROW I to r.; Cynthia Loop. Paula Namey, Corrine Mason. Debra Johnson. Rhonda Jarvie. Cheryl Hopson. Myron Johnson. Raymond McCallistcr. 2nd ROW'; Walter Harden. Michael McCrary, Roseann Napolitan. Paula Patrizi, Karen Mosley, Denise Parimuha, Lisa Passaro. Gregory Harris. Karl James. 3rd ROW'; Anita Sherrill, Arthur Arena, Keith Johnson, Cheryl McCormick, Cheryl Hancock. Veronica Johnson. Robin Jacoway, Beatrice Lyons, Lawrence Hughes, Rayford Harris. Home Room 116 1st ROW I to r; Mrs. Bator. Anna Clark. Etchaka Carrothers. Candy Powell. Donna Cione. Anna Marie Donatelli. Annette Grande. Tom DeMattco. Valerie Chambers. 2nd ROW'; Greg Clark, Christa Clarke, Alex Grkinich. Stephanie Gurrera. Teresa Davis, Terri Ellis. Joe Grande. Willie Boatwright, Thane Bryant. 3rd ROW; Jeff Cromartie, Jim Brown. Jim Falconi, Alfred Boyd. Ken Cromartie. Eorrest Campman, Anthony Archie, Roth Webb, Russell Cannon, Bob DirgoHome Room 119 1st ROW I to r; Sheila Scales, Carmen Ousley, Josie Sabino, Roberta Newby. Joan Newby. Lisa Rubano. Chyrisse Seltzer. Fred Petway 2nd ROW ; Mr. Scarvel, Mavis Shannon. Viola Moore. Russell Pointer. Savannah Newell, Janet Stigliano. David Slovan, William Secich, Anthony Richards, Reggie Sanders. 3rd ROW; Bryan Staul, David Ro-queplot, Ron Stawaisz, Tyron Savage, Steve Owens, Alphonso Mazyck, William Sheppard, Brian Sanders Home Room 224 1st ROW I to r; Judy Reid, Mora Miller. Juanita Jefferson. Michelle Smith. Michelle Wilder, Mary Taylor. Angeal Viselli, Lexie Vuich. 2nd ROW ; Mr. Thomas, Tommy Borders. Patricia Phillips, Chris Sirianni. Pete Vernille, Michael Williams. Kevin Mitchell, Tim Odem. Rcnwick Smoot. 3rd ROW; Terry Vernille, Cheryl Talbert. Mary Ann W hitman, Janie Blair, Kathy Miller. Ronald Williams, Jeff Volsko, Dave Ulasz. 38Sophomores LEFT TO RIGHT: Karen DePreia, Secretary; Veronica Williams. Vice-President; Diane Fill, President. SIFTING L. TO R.: Henry Harvey, Debbie Tatusko, Cindy Baroni, Derrick Brockman, STANDING: Jackie Robinson. Barbara Williams, Jean Smoot, Bonnie Joseph. Michael Archie, Rochelle James, Stewart Allen, Samantha Chavcrs.Williams, Carolyn Williams. ROW 3: Ken McKoy, Chuck McKinney, Lemuel Huels, John Monaco, Jack Robinson, Anthony Smith. Home Room 206: ROW I; I. to r.: Mrs. Baldwin. Kurt Turosky, Charlene Horner, Denise Drabick. Harry Costes, Dale Ross, Tim Dixon, Beth Reed. Lois Vermiere. Tom Phillips, Tim Cusick, Francis Dawson. Janice Tucci, Debbie Tatusko. ROW 2: Kurt Lrme, Arlene Whitehead, James Flynn, Jerry Willis, Ricky Irby, Barbara Gotal, Chester Pawlak. Tim Egercic, Virginia Doccio, Cheryl Geisel, Ed Donaldson, Ricky Thomas, Melanie Bowser. Maria May. ROW 3: Jerome Hornyak, Tim Goda. Sam Mirkovich, Willie Jean Sartin. Pam Lowe. Francinc Talbert, Henry Harvey, James Bugg. Cecil Scott. Jay Campagna. Daniel Wiley, Paul Austin, Greg Davis, Andrea Jackson. Larry Miller. Home Room 205: ROW I; I. to r.: Angela Jacoway, Sandy Kitt, Rosalyn Wilder. Brian Robinson. Archie Kitt, George Mosley, Tim Martin, Dorothy Oatis. ROW 2: Mr. Bonish, Steve Chavara, Leo Savage. Charles Pickens, Shane Wiescn, Mary Jo Scott, BarbaraHome Room 208: ROW I; I. to r.: Darla Mosley, William Stepanchak. Carrie Nicaslro, Merilec Zagcr, Keith Johnson. Bonnie Joseph, Miss Hardy. ROW 2: Karen DePreta, Regina Arci, Fred Beaseley, Craig Pollock, Tim Horvath, Bryant Wells. Patricia Atwood. ROW 3: Priscella Dowdy, Andrea Seltzer. Lloyd Bridges. Lawrence Phillips, Robert Blackwell. Angela Norris, Wayne Chaney. Home Room 218: ROW 1; I. to r.: Thomas Powell, Cynthia Mazyck, Carol Loop, Regina Ison, Wendy Buzzard, Cindy Crist, Linda Clayton, Felicia Newby, Sandra Ricci. ROW 2: Mr. Brier. Cindy Baroni, Donald Bochert, Nick Caputo, Wesley Wilder, John Grande, Ben Seltzer, Gina Haas. Lila Savage. ROW 3: Dolly Walzer, Amos Crosby, Cliff Barrows. George Stephanopoulos, Dan Misinay, John Gilchrist, Ulysses Preston, Jamie Catrona. Henry Richards, Glen Campbell. 42Home Room 219: ROW I; I. to r.: Mr. Morocco, Arthur Gibbs. Veronica Williams. Diane Fill. Angela Fleet. Diane Carly, Patricia Taylor. Estrella Pierce, Tim Vuich. ROW 2: Jean Smoot. Carrie Kriebal. Vicki Settle. William Jones. Michele Askerneese. Raymond Boyd, Richard Wingfield. Irene Bylcr. Daryl Richardson. ROW' 3: Terry Atwood, Denise Holloway, John Harvey, Vinson Skibo, Mike Bloodsaw. Darryl Kelley, Janet Stcvcrson, Alvin Wiley, Robert Ver-nille. Home Room 220: ROW I; I. to r.: Mr. Bonadio, Peggy Kodilla, Tresa Bu zco. Rochelle James, Bonnie Holmes, Louie Perna, Anthony Kimpan, John Hillman, Louie Farmartino. ROW 2: John Jackson, Brian Musone, Gerald Papay, Tom Cimoric, Gerald Scarmack, Carol Bennett, Darlene Roskic, Keith Wilder, Larry Allen. ROW 3: Tony Austin, Kimberly Doss, Henrietta Deas. Kenneth Moyer, Cynthia Dessaw, Brian Fleming. Jeff Fratilla. David Brandt.Home Room 222: ROW 1; I. to r.: Mr. Rios, Linda Clark, Melanie Swope, Tessie Kennell, George Budetich, John Slovan, Deborah Howell, Aggie Rauber. ROW 2: Sam Mistretta, Mary Grkinich, Jeff Heckathome, Wanda Keller, Jessie Crosby, Gwendolyn Harrison. Sherry Wood. ROW 3: Mark Toth, Suzanne Vlaskovich, Harry Vaughn, Larry Dunlap. Samantha Chavers, Michael McCulley, Sheila James, Wilbert Shannon.Rainbow Rhapsody 46Prom 75 Prom night. May 16, was once again the highlight of the year. At 9:00 P.M. the stylishly dressed couples entered the gymnasium which was decorated in senior class colors of powder blue and black. The centerpiece was a huge, glittering fountain surrounded by pine boughs and flowers. Joe Cann provided the music between 9 and 12. A chicken dinner was served around midnight to the couples. After-prom entertainment was provided by the Lawrence Brothers and Sisters Band. It couldn’t be all that bad Mrs. Campagna. Norman and Effie. Maggie and Tom. John and Cindy in the Grand March. 47John and Bernie making a grand entrance. Carisse and Jimmy Jr. Class President and his lovely Pearl. Three charming couples crossing the stage.Varsity Cheerleaders: I. to r. Samantha Chavers, Lisa Passaro, Bonnie Joseph. Etchaka Carrothers, Darlene DePreta (captain). Veronica Johnson. Senior Cheerleader and Captain-Darlcne DePreta. Junior Varsity Cheerleaders: 1st ROW 1. to r. Sheila Seales. Karen DePreta, 2nd ROW Dorothy Oatis, Lisa Rubano, 3rd ROW Cindy Baroni (captain).Farrell Majorettes 1976 Captain - Candy Baroni Majorettes; 1st ROW: I. to r.: Candy Baroni. 2nd ROW: Anita Musial. Lynda Mancino. 3rd ROW: Connie Byers, Mavis Shannon. 4th ROW: Kim Kohut. Janice Tucci. Senior Majorettes; I. to r.: Lynda Macino, Anita Musial, Connie Byers. Co-Captain - Anita Musial 50Riderettes 1st ROW: l-r: Amelia Scarmack, Paula Namcy. 2nd ROW: Rochelle James. Denise Drabick. Sharon James. 3rd ROW: Anita Hrme, Jackie Williams, Bashie Williams. 4th ROW: Vickie Settle, Laveeta Burns, Pcarlena Williams. Co-Captain: Amelia Scarmack, Captain: Paula Namey.Farrell Senior High Band OV-UT O i, 6-191 Band Officers, R. to L.: Steve Miodrag. President; Russ Pederson, Vice President; Carissc Joseph, Secretary-Treasurer; Lala Donatclli, Librarian. ROW I L. to R.: Chris Chiodo, Barbara Gotal, Tim Cusick, Dan Vcrmcirc, Lois Vermierc, Debbie Tatusko. Scott Vcnetti ROW 2: Run Hoyt, Lli Lrcgeg, Jamie Magnu, Mike DePreta, Bob Palmer, Mike Donaldson. ROW 3: Sam Mirkovich, W ill Lrmc, Tim Goda, Frank Christello, Dave Glaser. Jerome Hornyak, Mark Stanck. ROW 4: Tom David, Tim Chavera, Steve Miodrag, Andrea Jackson, Jay Campagna, Russ Pederson, Frank Tremmcl, Tim Scanga. John Bohach $2ROW I L. to R: Elaine Telega. Brian Wright, Charlene Horner, Beth Reed. Paul Jara. Debra Apisa. Carol Gumbert. ROW 2: Virginia Docchio. Midi Miodrag. Lala Donatelli. Chester Pawlak, Carissc Joseph, Gina Pelini. ROW 3: Cynthia Holmes. Pally Taylor, Ras Hailstock, W alter Cannon, Francine Fistcr, Lynda Cottle. Linda Cimoric. ROW 4: Ron Cantrell, Mirko Zeljak. Cheryl Geisel. Maria May, Melanie Bowser. Lynn Docchio, Marilynnc Miskolitz, Joe Tremmcl. 53Chorale ROW I, I. to r.; Roberta Newby. Rochelle James. Barbara Gotal, Debra Tatusko, Sharon James, Ronald Frieson. Lucinda Barlow. Melanie Bowser. ROW 2; Mr. Maykowski. Cheryl Geiscl. Cheryl McCormick. Crystal Ellerbe. Beatrice Lyons, Pearlena Williams, Kimberly Doss, Maria May. Robert Palmer. ROW 3: Richard Wingfield, Joe Green, Joseph Rucker. Connie Byers. Vinson Skibo. Samuel Mirkovich, Jay Campagna, Andrea Jackson.Concert Choir ROW 1, I. to r.; Beth Ann Reed. Kim Mattozzi, Diane Rosati, bstrella Pierce, Wendy Buzzard, Michelle Wilder, Candice Baroni. Diane Fill. ROW 2; Mr. Maykowski, Virginia Docchio, Jackie Williams. Midi Miodrag, Adrienne Robinson, Wanda Keller. Gina Haas. Lila Savage. Darlene Roskie, Sandy Marsteller. ROW 3: Mavis Shannon, Malloy Sanders, Gary Thomas, W alter Harder. Lemuel Hughes. Michael Bloodsaw, Dave Wojdanowski, Jeffrey Fratilla. Tom Hoovler, Karen Kukol.Celebration KNEELING: 1st ROW, Anica Dragicevic, Anita Erme. Adrienne Robinson, Pcarlena Williams, Malloy Sanders. 2nd ROW. Crystal Ellerbe, Debbie Howell, Carisse Joseph. Lala Donatclli. Kim Schcnkcr, Judy Schenker, Paula Namey, Stef Gurrera, Jackie Williams, John Sloven. 3rd ROW. Cindy Iatusko. David Kolskie, Sharon James, Leslie Gorden, Wilbert Shannon.Celebration Leslie Gordan, Pearlena Williams, John Sloven Carisse Joseph. Stef Gurrera, Paula Namey Godspell Ron Reed, Director vw% i riiiGodspell I. to r.; Ray Ousley, Carisse Joseph, Paula Namey, Malloy Donatclli, Sharon James, Ray Hoyt. Crystal Ellerbe, John Sanders. Mark Slanek. Jackie Williams, Pearlena Williams. Lala Slovan. Mark Stanek Crystal Ellerbe Ray OusleyJR. Achievement Hi-Y FrenchNight Rider ROW I, I. to r; Arthur Arena, Charlie Ujakovich, Rhonda Jar-vic, Michelle Wilder, Anica Dragicevic, Jim Brown. Betsy Hoza, Bessie Seltzer. ROW' 2; Joe Green, Janet Steverson. Connie Byers, Kathy Goshay, Anita Erme, Carisse Joseph, Carol Gumbert, Angie Visclli, Crystal Ellerbie, Anna Marie Jarocki. ROW 3; Bill Krojcovic, Keenie Mason. Absent from picture—Vinson Skibo, Sandy Marstellcr. P.A. AnnouncersCap Gown U. N. Mock Assembly , MS Conservation 61Future NursesBusiness Spanish Club VVVVVVVVVVVVWWW 63Distinction Design The right style for the right smile Getting to the foot of the problem Short is out. Long is in Rising to great heights Fads And Fashions Is it in her genes? Tops These have Soul Let's be different“Catch!” And the crowd roars on? I’m behind you all the way. Field Day 1975 He glides across the finish line. It’s in the bag. This is a wheel-barrel? Need a push! The Victory Flag for the Class of “76”. “Stuck!”Recognition Day Clyde-V aledictorian Donna-Art Award Gina-Majorette Trophy 69 Bob-Family Leader of Tomorrow Award Bill-Y.M.C.A. AwardCommencement 1975 Honor Students Clyde Gumbcrt Jennifer Linonis Matthew Knezevich Diane Deter Kim Grande Regina Carrozzi Deborah Kostka Anthony DeCarlo 1 homas Chavara David Sud ina Frederick Swiecinski Lvann Stcklachick Charles Cheeks Arlene Lyons Debra Doyle Donna McGrath Joseph Moody John Harper Leslie Stewart James Prelerson Denise Mitchell Phillip Sapala Deborah Heckalhorn Marie Kuharik Monica Suchy Cynthia Patrizi hdith Vermeirc Jean Sanitate Beth Jackson Janet Fesko Jean Russo Gina May Janet Carly Kathleen Mastrian Kim Du by Garcia Short Patricia Kuncio Denise Christcllo Maribcth Kronika Jessica Mungcr 1 mda Martin Cynthia Bernal William Mstowski Timothy Lydcn 1 homas Baltinc l.ynclle Smith 70F.H.S. Planetarium MIDDLE Mr. Ted Pedas, Planetarium Director, RIGHT Mr. George Pedas together planning one of the various shows in planetarium. Looking on is Ray MilichSwimming Aides Swim Aides: ROW I, I. to r.: John Vellente, Ray Stawaisz, Walter Harden. Ted Costes. ROW 2: Dave Wojdanowski. Tom Henrich. Mr. Rothol'f. Ray Flynn, Will Frmc. Mike Mason. Ray Hoyt.AdministrationAdministrative Coordinators • ••••••••••MM Mr. David Joseph, Administrative Coordinator-Academic Mr. Edward Turosky, Administrative Coordinator-BusinessMr. John Chiodo-Guidance Director Mr. Louis Mastrian-Library Coordinator Mr. John Sava-Assistant Principal 76 OUJT CVv Library MRS. THELMA AARON Learning Resource Center, B.S. Ld., Master’s Equivalent Library Science, Clarion Stale College Faculty English MR. ANTHONY AIELLO English, Assistant Football Coach, B.S. Ed. Clarion State; Graduate Work, Hofstra University, Long Island University A- Jk Occupational Education MRS. FRANCES A. BALDWIN Temple University, B.F.A., B.S. Ed., Slippery Rock State College Distributive Education MRS. DIANE BATOR B.S. Ed. Youngstown State University, D.E. Certificate, University of Pittsburgh 77Science MR. FELIX A. BONADIO Earth and Space, Manhattan University, N.Y.C., B.S., Slippery Rock State M. Ed., Advisor of Meteorology. Boys Health lalhcmatics 1R. CHARLES BRIER Igcbra I. General Math. Plane Geometry, .S., College of New York, M. Ed.. West-linslcr College Drivers Education MR THOMAS BURNS Driver Education. Geneva College, Safety Director, Youngstown University Business Administration and Education, Motor Cycle Safety, Penn State University Business MR ROBERT BON1SH Office Practice and General Business, Youngstown State University B.S. Ed. Spanish MRS MARY JEAN CAMPAGNA Spanish I.II,IN,IV,V, B.S., Indiana State University, Penn State, Westminster, Junior Class Advisor, Modern Language Head 78English MR JOSEPH CANTELUPE English. B.S.. Economics. Duqucsnc University Home Economist MRS. JOAN DUDEK Mansfield State College, B.S., Home Economics, Working on Master’s Indiana University School Nurse MRS. MARGARET CARROZZI Future Nurses Advisor, Majorette Advisor, Home and School Visitor, Health Counselor, American National Red Cross, Home Nursing Instructor; Disaster Nursing CO-Chairman, R.N. Sharon General Hospital, B.S., Slippery Rock State College, M. Ed., Westminster College, attended University of Pittsburgh Business MR. JOSEPH DUICH C.D.O. Coordinator and Typing I, B.S., Youngstown University M.E.D. Westminster College, Faculty Manager Instrumental Music MR. LOUIS COLELLA Band Director. Youngstown University, B.M.E. Instructor at Naval School of Music, Duqucsnc University, Pittsburgh. M.M.E. • $ MR. MICHAEL GAGLlARDl Chemistry 1,11, Senior Class Advisor. Chairman of Science Dept., he ,, . r Pittsburgh. M.E.D. SuD'erU.mVCrS,ly °J Curriculum and Secondary nr cl00 Administration from Wes,minsl r TMIndustrial Arts MR. STANLEY GOLEB Machine Shop, Power Mechanics, B.S., Kent State University Occupational Education MRS. MARLENE HUDLER B.S., Elementary Special Education at Edin-boro State College. M.D. at Westminster College, New Wilminton, Pa. Home Economics MISS MARY BARBARA Har nv Girl s Homemaking 1,11,m r» , ,, ing. B.S., State University Cs' Pennsylvania OV-UT Q 6- Telecommunications, Educational Activities Coordinator MR. JAMES GUERINO B.S., Edinboro State College, Clarion State College Graduate Work Social Studies MR WILLIAM GARGANO World Culture. Varsity Football Coach. B.S. Clarion State College History MR. SAM JANKOVICH American History, A.B., Youngstown University, M.A. Springfield Collegenglish ARS. ROSE JOHNSON nglish, B.S., Tennessee A and I State Univerity. Graduate Work University of Southern vlississippi ■ Swimming Instructor MRS. ALETA KUDELKO Girl's Swimming. Health Class. Swimming Coach. Youngstown State University, B.S. Ed. Physics MR GEORGE JOSEPH B.S., Westminster College. Post Graduate Westminster College. Franklin and Marshall. Youngstown University, Southern Illinois University. Baldwin Wallace College. Slippery Rock State College Industrial Arts MR WALTER KUHN Wood. B.S.. State College. California, Pa. Master's Equivalent Ohio State and Kent State English MISS IRENE KAPURIK English. B.S.. Ed.. Slippery Rock State College Biology MR JOSEPH MARASCO B.S.. Thcil College, Masters Ed. from Westminster College 81Music MR. EDWARD MAYKOWSKI Music I, Choral Director, Youngstown University, B.M.. Kent State University, M. Ed. Social Studies MR. WILLIAM MOROCCO World Cultures. Hi-Y Advisor, B.A., Gannon College v 82 Athletic Director MR EDWARD J. McCLUSKEY Basketball Coach. B.S. Washington and Jefferson College English MISS MARY ELIZABETH MOROCO English, English Department Head. B.A., Villa Maria College, attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Gannon College, M.A., Youngstown State University Physical Education MR. CHARLES MONTGOMERY Boy's Physical Education, Head Volleyball Coach, Youngstown State University, B.S. Ed., W orking on Guidance and Counseling Degree At Youngstown State University Physical Education MISS HARRIETT MORRISON Girl’s Physical Education, Riderelte Advisor. Cheerleading Advisor. Girls Volleyball Coach. Girls Track Coach, B.S.. Slippery Rock State College, Pennsylvania State Graduate WorkI listory )R. MICHAEL J. NAMEY D. Economics, American History, Govern-lent, Youngstown State University, Westminster College, Edinboro State College, Jniversity of Pittsburgh, Slippery Rock State ollegc I’lanetarium Director vIR TED PEDAS stronomy, A.B., Youngstown State Univerity, A.M. Michigan State University, M.S., Youngstown State University Industrial Arts MR. JOSEPH G. NESTICH Industrial Arts, Drafting, B.S., Kent State University, M. Ed.. Kent State University Art MR. JOHN PERFILIO Art I,II. Arts Crafts, Sign Painting, Photography, Yearbook Advisor. Night Rider Advisor, Commercial Art Certificate, B.S., Edinboro State College, Master's Equivalent, Youngstown State University, Westminster College Industrial Arts MR. IRVIN ORR Metal Shop, Voc. Ed., University of Pittsburgh, M.A., Equivalent from California State University Guidance Counselor MISS MILDRED PERRY Guidance Counselor, Youngstown State University. A.B.. English M.S. Ed., Guidance Counseling Cv t 76-l9lfe ™ S3Occupational Education MR. GARY PODOBNICK B.S.. Edinboro State College. Majored in Elementary Education. Occupational Education. Slippery Rock State College Occupational Education MISS JANET PREZIOSO Elementary and Special Ed.. Slippery Rock State College. Now attending Slippery Rock State College Working on Master's degree in Special Ed. Biology MR RICHARDO RIOS Westminster College B.S. Swimming Director MR. DAVID ROTTHOFF Boy's Swimming Instructor, Varsity Swimming Coach, Health and Physical Education, B.S., Slippery Rock State English MR. RONALD REED English, Speech, Theater Arts, Play Director. B.S., Clarion State College History MR DONALD SCARVEL Economics, World Geography, American Government, Assistant Football Coach, Track Coach, California State CollegeIndustrial Arts MR. DAVID SCH1RMER Electronics, Industrial Arts Coordinator, B.S., California State College Business Education MR JAMES THOMAS B.S. in Business Administration. Youngstown State University, Bookkeeping 1,11, and General Business Business MRS. VICTORIA SCHMEISSER Typing 1,11, Youngstown State University, B.S.. University of Pittsburgh. Indiana University, M. Ed., Youngstown State University Vocational Career Counselor 1R. RICHARD TOSKIN Biology. B.S., Clarion Slate College, M. Ed., Edinboro Stale College, Social Studies, M. Ed., in Guidance and Counseling, Slippery Rock State College Business MISS FLORENCE S1RB Shorthand I.II. Transcription Typing I, Chairman of Business Education Department, B.B.A., Westminster College, M. Ed.. Kent Slate University French MISS PAMELA VELLENTE French 1,11,111,IV,V, B.A., Slippery Rock State College 8525 Year Honoree And Retirees Retiring Teachers with years service. Miss Rose Bianco-47 years Mrs. Anabel Dent-21 years Miss Suzanne Hetra-21 years Mrs. Isabelle Hover-26 years Miss Lillian R. Kitting-27 years Miss Bessie Struck-35 years Mrs. Marie Wellman-26' $ years Miss Josephine Zarella-27 years Honoree Mr. Gene C. Vance-25 year Honoree SEATED: Miss Suzanne Hetra, STANDING left to right are: Miss Bessie Struck, Miss Josephine Zarella and Mrs. Anabel Dent. F.T.A. Are praised by Superintendent Louis J. Morocco, Right, and Richard Mataruski at dinner. From left to right: Mrs. Anabel Dent, Miss Suzanne Hetra, Miss Bessie Struck, and Miss Josephine Zarella.SITTING. I lo r,: Anthony Kilbert, Rosemarie Kaliney, Mr. Morocco, Gu Zupo, Edward Turosky, Ronald Pendcl, Rose Marie Branca. STANDING,: James Alcaro, Anthony Namey, William DeCapua. MISSING from picture is Toby Jackson. Farrell Area School District Board Of Directors Rose Marie Branca, Director William DeCapua, Director Rosemarie Kaliney, Director Toby Jackson. Director James Alcaro, Director Anthony Kilbert, Director 87Secretary in the Superintendent's Office: Mrs. Agnes Miclcarek Secretary in the Superintendent's Office: Miss Deborah Bordell Secretary in the Superintendent's Office: Miss Mary Lou McCormick Secretaries Secretary in the Board Office: Mrs. Rose Jankovich Secretary in the Board Office: Mrs. hllen Galicia General Secretary: Mrs. Rose Vcrnillc Secretary to the Senior High Principal: Mrs. Florence Krokoski Administrative Coordinator Office Secretary: Mrs. Betty DcMatteo Guidance Office Secretary: Miss Diane Celenzi E.S.A.A. Secretary-Material Production: Miss Gloria Tatum Vocational Educational Aide: Miss Dorie Piscgna E.S.A.A. Secretary-Administrative Coordinator Office: M rs Yvonne GodaHead Maintenance Custodian of all Maintenance Staff—Mr. Joseph Costa. Mr. Anthony Multari, Mr. Eddie schools—Mr. Cannone Remp. Saul Ford—Janitor Cafeteria Staff—1st ROW. 1. to r.: Rose Racoci, Jackie Pagliaroli, Rose Bubba, Betty Sarcinella. Rose Viselli. 2nd ROW: Teresa Marcello, Mary Lee McDonald, Alice Steverson, Eleanor Roth, Theresa Blazuis Sccrctarv of Farrell Area School District and Cafeteria Supervisor; Mrs. Rose Stanovich (secretary), and Mrs. Klaric (supervisor). Cleaning Ladies: Mrs. Hornyak, Mrs. Stifinger. Mrs. Gray, Mrs. Ceslak. Mrs. Kromka. Mrs. Gartner. Mrs. Morgan.Cross Country KNEELING I. to r. Lorcnza Allen, Valer Marcu, Ras Hailstock. Robert Rubano, Robin Jacoway, Steve Chavara, Chris Sirianni, Joe Trommel. ROW 2, Steve Miodrag, Steve Vuich, Mirko Zelja, William Shephard. Ray Odem, Dave Chavara, Ted Costes, Paul Gustas, Walter Cannon, Daryl Callahan. Missing from picture is Cornelius Holmes. Cross Country Results Reynolds 22 Farrell 33 Ellwood City 41 Farrell 15 Hubbard 28 Farrell 30 Mohawk 17 Farrell 46 New Castle 18 Farrell 37 Hickory 24 Farrell 31 Sharon 22 Farrell 33 New Castle 18 Farrell 37 Ursuline 34 Farrell 17 Shenango 16 Farrell 39 Hickory 25 Farrell 34 Head Coach: Steve Gurrera 90 OV-UT o ' 6-19T° Swim Team 1st ROW 1. to r. Martha Stephanopoulos, Sue Vlaskovich, Kim Schcnkcr, Rosaria Donatelli, Stephanie On-dich, Sandy Ravcnscraft, Cathy Roqueplot. 2nd ROW: Marilynne Miskolitz, Carissc Joseph, Francine Fister, Mrs. Kudelko. 1st ROW 1. to r. Marko Croftis, Chris Chiodo, Scott Vcnctti, Michael DePreka. Mirko Zeljak, Larry Boyd, Ted Costcs, 2nd ROW: John Vellente, Tom Johnson, James Katrona, Kurt Erme, Valer Marcu, Vincent Koehler, Tim Hunter, William Sheppard. 3rd ROW: Ray Hoyt, Mike Chaya, Tom Henrich, Ray Flynn. Dave Wojtanowski, Frank Christello. Dave Glaser, Ray Stawaisz, William Erme, Mr. Roithoff.Girl’s Volleyball Team Girl's Volleyball Record 75 Farrell 2 Farrell 0 Farrell I Farrell 2 Farrell 2 Farrell 2 Farrell 2 Farrell 2 Farrell 2 Farrell 2 Farrell 0 Farrell 2 Beaver Falls New Brighton Am bridge Hopewell Rochester New Brighton Villa Marie Quigley Hopewell Rochester Ambridge Quigley 0 15- 5,15- 8 2 13-15, 9-15 2 15- 4,12-15, 7-15 0 15- 5,15- 0 1 13-15,15- 4,15- 4 0 15- 3,15- 3 0 15- 1,15-12 0 15- 4,15- 2 0 15- 8,15- 7 0 15- 3,15- I 2 5-15, 6-15 0 15- 5,15- 2 KNHFLING, I. to r., Angela Fleet, Antoinette Goshay, Cathy Joseph, Angela Goshay. STANDING: Roseann Napolitan. Paula Patri i, Betsy Hoza, Andrea Jackson, Kim Saunders. Lynda Cottle, Stephanie Gurrera. MISSING from picture: Theresa Jefferson and Debbie Crawford. BOY'S VOLLEYBALL RESUME Farrell Varsity Volleyball The Farrell Spikers had 16 wins and no losses during the 1975 regular season. Farrell had double wins over Center, Hopewell, Aliquippa and Beaver. Farrell also finished 3rd in a holiday tournament at Union High School. Farrell was defeated by Penn Hills in the W.P.I.A.L. playoffs, of which Penn Hills was the eventual champion. Farrell Junior Varsity J.V. record was 8 wins and no losses. VARSITY, KNEELING, I. to r.: Anton Knczcvich. Jerry White, Walter Cannon. Tom DeMatteo. STANDING; John Harper, Alphonso Ma .yck. Lawrence Owens, Garcia Short. Frankie Holloway, Terry Gregory, Robin Hardin, Nick Mirkovich. JUNIOR VARSITY. KNEELING. I. to r.; Nick Caputo, Steve Chavara, STANDING; Michael McCrary, Greg Scar-mack. Sam Mirkovich, Mark Stanek. Boy’s Volleyball TeamGolf KNEELING L. to R. Tom Cimoric. Tim Egercic, Gerald Scarmack. STANDING: Mark Stanek. Harold Ujakovich, Jon Monaco, Pat DeGerolamo. Tim Goda, Russell Pederson. John Vcllente, Mr. Toskin Ncshannock Farrell Sharon Farrell Wilmington Farrell New Castle Farrell Wilmington Farrell Ncshannock Farrell New Castle Farrell Sharon Farrell 16 0 llVi 4 ' 2 15 1 V 2 1 Vi 14 2 12 4 16 0 14 2 Senior Bowlers KNEELING L. to R. Alan Varcholik. Keith Franks, ROW 2: Ras Hailstock, Vanessa Henderson, Sandra Marsteller, Malloy Sanders, Mr. GagliardiSports Activites Seniors-1975-76 Lawerence Owens-End Phillip Craig-Linebackcr 96 Anthony Johnson-Halfback98 FIRST ROW-1, to r.-Tom Robinson, Manager, Lawrence Owens. Robin Harden, David Jackson, Phillip Craig, Anthony Johnson. Blaine Wilder. David Austin. Michael Mason. Ricky Oatis. ROW 2 John Grande. Harrison Blackwell. James Falconi, Randy Washington, Vincent Short, Greg Harris, Dave Ulasz, Wcndcl Harden. Tom DeMalteo, Brian Sanders, ROW 3- Forrest Campman, Timmy Odem, John Harvey, Reggie Sanders, Kevin Mitchell, Terry Gregory. Jay Jackson. Karl James. Ronald W illiams. Alphonso Mazyck, Lawrence Hughs ROW 4-Greg Scarmack, Ed Donaldson, Stuart Allen. Donald Jones. Lloyd Bridges. Richard Wingfield. Daryl Kelley. Kenneth Moyer, Larry Phillips. Michael Bloodsaw, Dan Misiney, Shane Wieson, Raymond Boyd. FIRST ROW-1, to r.-Mr. Louis Falconi. Mr. Jerry Whalen, Head Coach-William Gargano. ROW 2- Mr. Anthony Retone, Mr. Anthony Aiello, Mr. Donald Scarvel, and Mr. Michael Rakoci. Manager; Tom Robinson.Football-1975-1976 99 That's the Way, we like it!!!Season Resume The Farrell High Night Riders kicked off their 1975 gridiron season with a victory over Rochester. In the 1st half, Linebacker Phillip Craig grabbed a Rochester pass to give Farrell possession at their own 21 with 2:00 left in the half. Wilder ran 73 yards for the TD. Farrell suffered their first defeat when they traveled to Center. Several Farrell players received injuries in this game which proved to be a great loss to the team. Bishop Canevin gave the Night Riders their 2nd straight loss of the season. Their only score came late in the second quarter when the Rider defensemen rushed in and blocked a Canevin punt. Looking for a victory, Farrell faced Ellwood City. Phillip Craig intercepted a pitchout and ran 85 yards for a TD. Linebacker Harrison Blackwell came up with an interception and ran to the Ellwood 9. After losing 5 yards in 2 plays, quarterback Alphonso Mazyck found End, Larry Owens opened for a 14 yard TD. Beaver had a strong team that gained a victory over Farrell. The Night Riders first TD was scored by a 65 yard run by Fullback Brian Sanders. Their only other was made when the ball flipped loose in the backfield and Farrell’s Anthony Johnson scooped it up and raced into the end zone for a score. The Riders next victory came after they defeated Sto-Rox. Brian Sanders was the highlight of this game as he carried the ball 39 times for 181 yards on a muddy field. Farrell had it together as they defeated New Brighton. Wilder gained 140 yards in 12 carries. Larry Owens and Timmy Odem each pulled in an interception. Sanders scored 3 TD's and totaled 117 yards rushing. Kevin Mitchell kicked 4 out of 5 extra points. More excitement for Farrell as the fine defense held Freedom from scoring. Sanders averaged 145 yards out of 26 carries. The Night Riders closed out their fine season defeating General Braddock by a score of 20-6. Quarterback Alphonso Mazyck lofted a long pass to halfback speedster Wilder who raced down the field to score. Congratulations to all men that made the 1975 season a successful one. We would also like to commend the coaches for the outstanding work and concern. The Record Rochester 0 Farrell 13 Sto-Rox 7 Farrell 16 Center 21 Farrell 14 New Brighton 6 Farrell 34 Bishop Canevin 14 Farrell 2 Freedom 0 Farrell 19 Ellwood City 0 Farrell 12 Gen. Braddock 6 Farrell 20 Beaver 33 Farrell 14 100Season Resume The Farrell High Steelers began their 1975-76 season playing host to Monessen. This was a big game for 6-4 senior, Cornelius Holmes who scored 28 points for a Steeler victory. Farrell’s next opponents were the Trojans of Nanticoke. Renwick Smoot did a fine job of guarding the trojans all-state candidate. Steve Miodrag was high scorer with 13, Holmes and Gilchrist had 12 each, and Smoot added 10. Next, Freedom had come into the Farrell Gym as a fill-in on the Steelers schedule for Peabody. Cornelius Holmes had 20 points, Miodrag hooped in 14, and hustling Daryl Callahan had 10. The Steelers were on the road for the first time this season as they travelled to Johnstown. Gilchrist led the Steelers with 12 points, Miodrag added 10, and Holmes came up with 8. The Steelers then travelled to Monessen, where Farrell recorded its 1,000th win. The team was paced by Miodrag with 18, Rennie Smoot 13, Callahan 12, and Gilchrist 11. Holmes led the Steelers with 13 rebounds. In the opening game of the Ralph Dresch Memorial Tournament, the Steelers defeated Hickory, 62-36. With about 5 minutes left in the game, 6-4 senior Cornelius Holmes, and 5-10 junior Tim Odem broke the game wide open. Holmes was highest scorer with 20. In the final game they dow ned Pittsburgh South Hills Catholic, 49-35 and received their 12th crown. Callahan and Holmes were named most valuable players. The Steelers ended their exhibition route with a victory over Altoona. Gilchrist was high scorer with 19 points. Ray Odem put in a fine performance and looked very good on the boards. He came up with 13 points, and hauled in 14 rebounds. Section 3 opened with Farrell on the road to Ambridge. Backcourt whiz Daryl Callahan got the Steelers rolling in the 3rd period. Miodrag and Callahan had 18 points each, Gilchrist added 15 and Holmes 11. Next the Steelers played host to New Castle. Farrell's "Little D" Daryl Callahan put in a 10-foot jump shot with 2 seconds left in the ballgame, to defeat New Castle 34-32. Farrell then met up with Blackhawk. Miodrag led the Steeler offense with 19 points, Holmes broke out of his recent "power shortage" with 16 points, Callahan and Ray Odem each added 11. The Steelers took sole possession of first place in Section 3 League with a 72-49 win over Ellwood City. Holmes was top scorer with 13, while Miodrag and Smoot each added 12. Next, they played host to Butler. Callahan was high point man with 14, Gilchrist added 12. The Steelers suffered their first loss as they travelled to Beaver Falls. This set up a tie with Sharon for 1st place. Holmes hooped 17 for highest scorer and Miodrag contributed 14. Next the Steelers played host to the Sharon High Tigers. Holmes, with his soft-touch shot was the big offensive weapon for the Steelers as he scored 19 points. Due to an early deadline of our book, we are unable to continue coverage of all the Section 3 games remaining. However, we wish the Steelers the best of luck, and hope for a championship. We would like to bid farewell to Cornelius, Steve, Raymond, Daryl, and Tony. You have provided us with many hours of exciting basketball action. The Record Farrell 84 Monessen 61 Farrell 56 Nanticoke 44 Farrell 78 Freedom 38 Farrell 37 Johnstown 30 Farrell 58 Monessen 47 Farrell 62 Hickory 36 Farrell 49 Pitts. South Hills 35 Farrell 65 Altoona 37 Farrell 65 Ambridge 61 Farrell 34 New Castle 32 Farrell 74 Blackhawk 47 Farrell 47 Butler 41 Farrell 72 Ellwood City 49 Farrell 53 Beaver Falls 54 Farrell 43 Sharon 42 101Varsity Team KNEELING left to right: Tim Odem. Daryl Callahan, Clarence Miodrag, Cornelius Holmes, Renwick Smoot, Ray Odcm and Mike Gilchrist. Forrest Campman, Robin Jacoway, and Jeff Volsko, Williams. Manager. STANDING: Vincent Short, Tony Stcvcrson, Steve Head Coach- Mr. McCluskey Jeff Volsko- ManagerRaymond Odcm Guard 103Junior Varsity Mead Coach- Mr Burich KNEELING left lo right. Vim Egercic, Manager, Stuart Allen, Nick Kapouto, Larry Dunlap, Tom Cimoric, Steve Chavara, and Gerald Scarmack. STANDING: Dockic Richardson, Chuckie Williams, Dave Chavara. Jeff Baymon. Robert Blackwell, Kenny McKoy. and Chris Sirianni. Tim Egercic- Manager 105,OV-UT'0 V KNEELING, I. to r.: Patty Napolitan (scorckcepcr). Antoinette { Goshay, Roseann Napolitan, Debbie Austin, Midi Miodrag. C O ■Z-Angela Fleet, Cynthia Keller. STANDING, Angela Goshay; manager, Debbie Short, Sandy Ravenscraft, Cheryl Hancock. Andrea Jackson. Veronica Johnson. Lavceta Burns. Paula Patrizzi. Maria May, Charlene Thomas; manager. 6-l9l6 TM Girls’ Basketball The Scores Farrell...............65 Farrell...............63 Farrell...............50 Farrell...............52 Farrell...............53 Farrell...............43 Farrell...............37 Farrell...............33 Farrell...............54 Farrell...............47 Farrell...............50 Farrell...............41 Farrell...............46 Farrell...............50 Farrell...............61 Farrell...............43 Farrell...............57 Farrell...............46 Rochester ........44 Mohawk ...........42 Niles.............27 Mohawk ...........25 Blackhawk.........34 Butler ...........41 Beaver Falls......46 Ellwood City ... .47 Neshannock........46 Sharon ...........83 Niles.............30 Blackhawk.........40 Butler ...........47 Beaver Falls......30 Villa Maria ......37 Ellwood City ... .55 Neshannock........35 Sharon ...........36 Coach-Miss Mary Ann White 107Track ROW I. I to r: Richard Stoutmire, Louie Squatrito, Frank Trcmmcl. Brian Sanders. Theodore Costes, Randy Washington. David Glaser. Reggie Sanders ROW 2: Grant Wood, Ronald Perna. James Prelerson. Wade Schirmer, Ronald Williams, William hrme, George Stepanchak. John Sonoga. Michael Jacoway. ROW 3: Ja Jackson. William Shephard. Billy Phillips, Bill Mstowski. Glenn Crosby. Daryl Callahan, Greg Miller, John Falconi. Boys Scores: Farrell 65Vi Farrell 82 Beaver 84 Vi Elwood City 68 Blackhawk 102 Sharon 91 Aliquippa 48 Beaver Falls 90 Neschannock 106 Newcastle 43 Ambridge 66 Butler 111 Farrell 48 Farrell 59 Farrell 101 Farrell 51 Farrell 44 Farrell 107 Farrell 84 Farrell 39 Girls Mohawk 53 Neshannock 37Vi Greenville 52 Beaver Falls 38 Ellwood City 38 Hickory, Grove City 28to 71 Vi HOME OPPONENT 73Vi,43 STANDING I. to r., Cathy Joseph-Timer, Stephanie Gurrcra-Score Keeper. Stephanie Graccnin, Sheila James, Samantha Chavers, Pearlena Williams, Andrea Jackson, Veronica Johnson, Paula Patrizi, Michelle Askerneese-Manager. KN FELLING: Veronica Williams, Charlene Thomas, Felicia Newby, Francis Dawson, Linda Cimoric, Roberta Newby, Susie Sadowski, Brenda Clark. yxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Flag Football Champs Physical Education ROW 1.1 to r: Mr. Montgomery. Henery Jackson. James Johnson. Fred Eubanks. ROW 2: Jim Krokoski, Tony Steverson. Robert Harrison. Ronald Harvey. - car Intramural Basketball DYNAMICS ROW 1, I to r: John Dunlap, Terry Gregory, Ronald Williams. ROW 2: Robin Harden, Alphonso Mazyck, Harrison Blackwell. LOONEY TUNES 1 to r: Robert Wright. Blaine Wilder. Brian Sanders. Missing from picture Lawrence Hughes. Anthony Johnson. THE PLAYERS ROW' 1, 1 to r: Phillip Craig. Robert Harrison, Derrick W right. ROW' 2: Richard James, Lawrence Owens, Lecylia Savage. 1976 Champs The PlayersAssistants Principal Office Assistants: ROW 1,1, to r.: Josephine Sabino, Stephanie Gurncra. ROW 2, Francinc Fistcr, Bonnie Holmes. Diane Fill. Nurses Aides: SITTING ROW 1, I. to r.: Debbie Crawford. Sheila Blackwell. Kim Mattozzi, Darlene Roskic, Anita Musial. Rainy Savage, Cynthia Mazyck. ROW 2, Vera Crosby, Connie Byers, Kim Schenker, Linda Mancino, Michelle Smith, Lisa Rubano, Candy Baroni, Kim Kohut, Effic Jenkins, Lynne Hopson, Bessie Seltzer, Anita Sherill, Mrs. Carrozzi. Mr. Duich's Office Assistants: 1. to r. Debbie Fennell, Mr. Duich, Kelly McDonald, Ruth Dodd, Toni 110 Material Production Aides: I. to r.: Gloria Tatum, Raymond Milich. Chris Sirianni. Wanda Keller, Barbara Williams. Debbie Smith.Jym Aids: KNEELING 1. to r.: Vincent Short. Mike McCrary. Ted Gregoroff, Walter Cannon, Mike Mason, Mr. Montgomery STANDING: Alphonso Mazyck. Biran Sanders, I'orrcsl Campman. Robin Harden Library Aides: KNEELING 1. to r. George Budctich, Barbara Blue, James Johnson, Lawrence Williams SITTING Peggy Kodilla, Marguerite McCulley, Anita Sherill, Cornelius Holmes, Veronica Johnson, Joan Newby, Mrs. Aaron Xttendance Office: 1. to r. Robert Rubano, Sharon Gavins, Teresa Davis, Judy Brown, Jennifer Roskie, Kim Mattozzi IIISchirmer’s Secretaries: I. to r. Mr. Schirmer, Kim Miller, Brenda Clark T.V. Crew: KNEELING I. to r. Reginald Sanders, Joe Morar, Russell Pointer, Robert Rubano, Curtis Tanner, Randy Washington STANDING Bill Krajcovic, Paul Doddato. l ed Cosies, Ray Milich, Walter Harden, Jay Jackson, Gary Thomas, Ava Robinson, Ron Williams, Mr. Guerino Guidance Office Assistants: KNEELING I. to r.: Nancy Randall. Paula Patrizi, Barbara Blue. Diane Pisegna, Amelia Scarmack, Valerie DiChristofaro, Terri Ellis. ROW 2: Midi Miodrag. Roseann Napolitan, Ava Robinson, Towana Waller. Patrice Wilder, Mr Chiodo, Cheryl Hopson, Donna Thomas, Anica Dragicevic, Judy Schcnker, Anita Fimognari, Cindy Tatusko. 112y l -. «v -•' ......cr WOHoro ,J- eJV,Trf , (V JJ . ‘1 r. ■ 5"” c- ' s$C kv¥ . £ ;a n Ui.,s M -o y y 's x 'J r i rt s .+ 4 t yr. fV ■v"1 p- yy r rw» vrz W .t £s ? $« l ? £S$ •?7 Mr- %- 2 St Xpo«w y5$ 1 j X: (pO i ? $“ J ‘ VV futl I K .y j-' 1 )x:? h Iff fl f y flrg% %j%iJ "N p" J s x ,v y 7 tit- 7 xV x y c x iixxsx? . iys,®tSi¥;jisi'S i ; yy 7V %S I 5V ♦ V i ' y y i“ Mf • J „ V ] W5,U f 'j i fypf- x , x -fu r J wulfc ffjc GcAiiJ X y T0a«£ijfei»,Ttiv §£i0 i -JW inot v1 o£ a s jenrufcr RcsKie114 Charlie Ujakovich Cathy Joseph Debbie Kaglc. Sandy Marsteller co-editorsAutographs 6-19 TM IISV » ) on jui| jjri HidOMSIVM m“I Am the Nation . . . ” R G «rtw mJ XT .’. c'n VP ■V - — 0U3T 0 v 6-19 ™ I was bom on July 4, 1776, and the Declaration of Independence is my birth certificate. The bloodline of the world runs in my veins, because I offered freedom to the oppressed. I am many things, and many people. I am the Nation. I am 200 million people, living souls and the ghosts of millions who have lived and died for me. I am Nathan Hale and Paul Revere. I stood at Lexington and fired the shot heard around the world. I am Washington. Jefferson and Patrick Henry. I am John Paul Jones, the Green Mountain Boys and Davy Crockett. I am Lee and Grant, and Abe Lincoln. I remember the Alamo, the Maine and Pearl Harbor. When Freedom called, I answered and stayed until it was over, over there. I left my heroic dead in Flanders Fields, on the Rock of Corregidor. and the Black steppes of Korea. I am the Brooklyn Bridge, the wheat lands of Kansas, the granite hills of Vermont, the potato fields of Wisconsin. I am the coalfields of the Virginias and Pennsylvania, the fertile lands of the Mid-west, The Golden Gate and the Grand Canyon. I am Independence Hall, the Monitor and the Merrimac. I am big! I sprawl from the Atlantic to the Pacific, three million square miles throbbing with industry. I am more than five million farms. I am forest, field, mountain, desert. I am quiet villages and cities that never sleep. You can look at me and see Ben Franklin walking down the streets of Philadelphia with his breadloaf under his arm. You can see Betsy Ross with her needle. You can see the lights of Christmas, and hear the strains of Auld Lang Syne as the calendar turns. I am Babe Ruth and the World Series. I am 169.000 schools and colleges, and 250,000 churches where my people worship God as they like best. I am a ballot dropping in a box, the roar of a crowd at the stadium, and the voice of a choir in a cathedral. I am an editorial in a newspaper and a letter to a congressman. I am Eli Whitney and Stephen Foster. I am Thomas Edison. Albert Einstein and Billy Graham. I am Horace Greeley, Will Rogers and the Wright Brothers. I am George Washington Carver, Daniel Webster and Jonas Salk. I am Longfellow, Harriet Beecher Stowe. Walt Whitman and Tom Paine. I am Phillip Brooks, Billy Sunday and Bishop Quavle. Yes, I am the Nation, and these are the things I am. I was conceived in Freedom and, God willing, in Freedom I will spend the rest of my days. May I possess always the integrity, the courage, and the strength to keep myself unshackled, to remain a citadel of freedom and a beacon of hope to the world. This is my wish, my goal, and my prayer on this my birthday, two-hundred years after I was born. Author Unknown (Reprinted from the "Wisconsin Veteran")Spirit of 76 Supplemental color pages prepared to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the United States of America in this bicentennial year—1976.[ C0 Cj R IS S. 7m luwntirtonT 'fffaratbn .....,%tatei of Xmcrica 4‘- Ccr y"' ♦: m { —«• A - 1 Call of the Minutemen prior to the historic Battle of Lexington. 2 The Battle of Concord Bridge was the first battle of the war. 3 Monument to the Minutemen which stands on the site of the Battle of Lexington, where “the shot heard round the world” was fired April 19, 1775. 4 The signing of the Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776. 5 Independence Hall. Philadelphia, where the Continental Congress convened to decide a course of action. 6 Benjamin Franklin, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson working to revise Jefferson's draft of the Declaration of Independence.“These Are the Times That Try Men’s Souls . . Thomas Paine 1 Captain John Paul Jones unfurled the first Stars and Stripes over the ocean when the young nation’s banner, containing thirteen stars and thirteen stripes, was hoisted aboard the Ranger. 2 From the deck of the captured British vessel Serapis, Capt. Jones and his crew watched as the American man-of-war, Bonhomme Richard, sank in victory, September 23, 1779. With the aid of friendly powers—namely France and Holland—and the leadership of commanders like Jones, the American fleet was able to effectively combat Britain’s naval supremacy in the colonies. 3 General John Stark led the colonial forces to victory at Bennington on August 11, 1777. The victory, along with an American triumph at Saratoga on October 12 of that year brought France to the colonies’ aid as an ally and was the turning point of the war. 4 Outside of occupied Boston, colonial patriots organized themselves into a volunteer militia known as the Minutemen. On the eve of April 18, 1775, British troops numbering more than 800 were dispatched from Boston to seize colonial munitions stored at Concord. Forewarned, Paul Revere and others spread the alarm and the Redcoats were met by a determined band of Minutemen at Lexington. It was here that the famous “shot heard round the world” was fired. It is not known which side fired the first shot of that battle which marked the opening of outright hostilities and led to open war. 5 The surrender of British troops under the command of General Charles Cornwallis at Yorktown on October 19, 1781, brought an end to all-out fighting. A few scattered skirmishes continued for over a year. However, complications of negotiation with England delayed the signing of a peace treaty for nearly two years. General George Washington, commander of colonial forces, accepted the British surrender at Yorktown and later presented the captured British flags to the Congress.“Stand Your Ground . . . If They Mean to Have a War, Let It Begin Here. ” Capt. John Parker 1 Capt. John Parker uttered those words as the colonial militia under his command prepared to meet the British troops at Lexington. Those words and the painting—Spirit of 76—exemplify the dedication and determination of the American patriots in their fight for independence. The colonies had organized to express their grievances in an effort to resolve the differences within the framework of the Empire. Several of the colonial legislatures had instructed their delegates to the Continental Congress in Philadelphia to oppose any move toward independence. The movement for independence was gaining strength and following the publication of Thomas Paine’s Common Sense, which argued for colonial sovereignty, a resolution was adopted and a committee of five appointed to draft a declaration of independence. 2 General Washington, who had been appointed commander-in-chief of American forces by the Second Continental Congress, was a brilliant military strategist. It was his decision to take his Continentals across the Delaware River on Christmas night which resulted in the first major colonial victory. That victory at Trenton over Hessian mercenaries gave the ragged army renewed vigor. Supported chiefly through the printing of Continental currency, the colonial army also went through the personal fortunes of many American patriots—among them Washington, Jefferson, Richard Henry Lee and John Adams. These fortunes were donated to the cause of liberty—a cause supported by about one-third of the American population which was near 2,000,000. Another one-third remained loyal to the English crown and the remainder were apathetic. Despite many defeats, the colonies managed to keep an army in the field as a symbol of American resistance, to guarantee a negotiated rather than dictated peace. - Jsm 2“ . . Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death!” Patrick Henry 3 Following the victory at Yorktown, Washington refused the offer of his troops to become king and returned to Philadelphia to aid with the establishment of a permanent government for the new republic—a loose alliance of sovereign states held together by the Articles of Confederation. An envoy composed of Benjamin Franklin, John Adams and John Jay was sent to negotiate with the British. It was not until 1783 that the peace agreement, known as the Treaty of Paris, was signed, guaranteeing the sovereignty of the United States of America. The Articles of Confederation, despite many weaknesses, served to unify the states until 1787 when a special convention was held at Independence Hall in Philadelphia to revise them. The meeting was attended by fifty-five of the most-prominent men of the day. Twenty-nine of the delegates representing a majority of the states met on May 25 and decided to draft an entirely new constitution rather than am-mend the Articles of Confederation. The meeting then became known as the Constitutional Convention. 4 The men who assembled for the Constitutional Convention were an illustrious group with nearly every delegate a person of prominence in his home state. A large majority favored a strong central government. After four months of debate, on September 17, 1787, the new constitution was completed. In a little more than four months, six states had ratified the new constitution. Despite the good beginning, the fight for ratification was bitter and it was not until September 13, 1788, that the necessary two-thirds majority of the states had approved the document and Congress could call for states to choose their electors and congressmen. Several of the states had ratified the constitution with the provision that it would be amended. Thus, as one of its first official acts under the new constitution, the Congress added the first ten amendments known as the Bill of Rights. Washington was unanimously elected President and a new nation was launched on a course of democracy.“Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore, Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door. ” Emma Lazarus (From "The New Colossus")


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