Father Lopez High School - Veritas Yearbook (Daytona Beach, FL)
- Class of 1975
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LOPEZ'S GUIDING FORCE
Sister Rose Ellen, principal,
and administrative assistant Mr. Ken
Lipe, are professionally prepared
for their duties at Father Lopez.
Sister Rose Ellen assists the staff
members in the articulation and
improvement of the educational
atmosphere of the school. Supervising
student activities is also one of
sister's duties. Mr. Lipe, in
addition to his jobs of teacher and
athletic director, takes the position
of principal in the absence of Sister
Rose Ellen. For their hard work and
dedication, many thanks to both of
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD?
The board has twelve members
including Mrs. Mary Muldoon,Pres
identg Mr. Frank MacDonald, Vice
Presidentg Mr. Donald Petrie,
Treasurerg Mrs. James Baker,
Secretaryg Sister Rose Ellen, Fr.
David Ferguson, Mr. John Walsh,
Dr. Harry Gillis, Fr. Louis
Dunleavy. These men and woman
helped to make the rules and reg-
ulations at Lopez. If something was
needed it had to be approved by the
board. They have been looking into
a new cafeteria and possibly an
expansion to the library. The board
draws up the budget for the year.
Anything to do with the school fi-
nancially goes through the board.
" COUNSELING " by Sister Carmel
Members of the Guidance
Department recognized the dignity
and worth of each Lopez student.
Sr. Carmel, head of the department,
and Dr. Juan Lopez, psychologist
and volunteer counselor, are both
certified by the state of Florida
in secondary school guidance.
Counseling included individual
sessions, as well as get-togethers
in academic, spiritual, and voca-
The Father Lopez English Department
was staffed by an able crew: Mr. Ted
Petrucciani, Mrs. Helen Belanger, Mr.
Jim Gardinier, Mr. Ken Lipe, and Mr.
Dave Kreimer. Grammar, spelling, and
vocabulary were taught along with
ever-popular literature. Fundamentals
of Journalism and the publication of
the Lopez yearbook were projects
undertaken by journalism students.
Field trips were rare but important
parts of the students' education.
UMistress of the Inn,H a theatrical
production, was viewed by Juniors
and Seniors early in the year, with
upperclassmen from other area high
schools also attending the perfor-
mance. English teachers were able
to supplement literature with
movies and film strips from a fine
school library selection.
Quicker than a speeding molecule -
more intelligent than a binary
computer - able to solve genetic and
chemical equations in a single try.
what could be a more accurate
description of the Father Lopez Science
Department? Sister Clare teaches all
physical sciences, which include
chemistry, physics, and earth science,
while Mrs. Hyland handles the biological
sciences, including high school and
advanced biology, physiology, marine
biolOQY. and ecology. Field trips to
Crystal River Nuclear Power Plant, the
Planetarium, and Cape Kennedy high-
lighted physical science studies, but
Mrs. Hyland's beach excursions and
annual trip to Gainesville Shands
Teaching Hospital sponsored by the
Heart Fund provided an interesting
supplement to classroom activities.
For advanced biology fB.S.C.S.l students
the chance to explore scientific
careers was made possible by career
day, where students spent the day
with a person whose scientific
occupation matches their own interests.
With Sister Clare and Mrs. Hyland ,
science is really not Hbohr-ingn at
The math department at Father
Lopez High School offers courses
ranging from pre-algebra to calculus.
Mind-boggling equations seem to fit
right into place as Mr. George King,
Miss Judy Fritze, and Sister Cecelia
maneuver students through the Lopez
mathematical maze. Courses are
taught not only to help out students
in a practical sense, but also to
prepare them for college math.
Geometry labs and calculus games
add a little variety. Although only
two years of math are required, many
students elect to take three, occasionally
four. After all, why quit when you've
got the added advantage of a dedicated
hard-working, and all-around super
THE WIDE WORLD OF LANGUAGE
Spanish anyone? How 'bout a
little French? Mrs. Raisa Leorza
and Mrs. Helen Belanger offer the
best classes in each. Spanish I,
II, and III are all a part of Mrs.
Leorza's teaching schedule. with
her help, a student learns to like
as well as know, his Spanish. As
for French, this year was like a
dream-come-true for Mrs. Belanger.
For the first time in the history
of Father Lopez there was a French
IV class. The four students
enrolled in it concentrated on ihe
culture and writings of 15th
through 19th century France.
Fr. Charlie Sum, Sister
Cecilia Byrnes, and new addition
Mr. Dennis Dolan make up our
Theology Department, headed by
School Pastor,Father David
The Theology program con-
sists of the freshman course -
uThe Biblen and nJesus7U the
Sophomore course - HChurch
Historyn and UThe Sacramentsyu
the junior course -HCompara-
tive Religionsu and NMorality7H
and the senior course -Hvocationu
and HDeath and Dying.H
These are the classes, but
at Father Lopez, Religion goes
beyond just a course. Work is
augmented by occasional ser-
vices and weekly Mass,
along with other outside activities.
One important activity is COR,
which is a weekend retreat during
which one learns to love and
accept one another for what he is -
by experiencing Christus love.
Many Lopez students have found
a continuation of this COR experi-
ence in HDaybreak,U a group of
high school students who sing a
message of love and understanding.
Altogether, the teachers, the
courses, the activities, and the
general atmosphere help the students
learn to work together in a
Christian community, and to under-
stand that Christianity is not just
a course, but a way of life.
WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, HOW AND WHY?
There was a new addition to
the Social Studies curriculum at
Lopez. The semester course,
Consumer Economics, was taught by
Mr. Phil Richart and Mr. Jim
Gardinier. Students learned the
necessities for everyday budgeting
along with important tips in such
subjects as insurance. Mr. Richart
also taught American History,
Psychology and P.E. while Mr. Bruce
Tramont taught American and World
Histories, plus World Culture.
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The Physical Education Depar-
tment is made up of Mr . David
Kreimer, Mr. Phil Richart, and
Mrs. Mary Ann Tidmarsh.
The program is a well balanced
plan of activities involving a vari-
ety of team sports ranging from
football to badminton. The classes,
being as small as they are, allow
every student to participate in all
The only real problem of the
P. E. department is the lack of
funds available to allow more
The Health Education class is
taught by Mrs. Mary Ann Tidmarsh,
and is required of 'all senior stu-
dents. The course includes such
topics as mental health, diet and
nutrition, alcohol and tobacco,
drug use and abuse, body functions,
and first aid and safety.
HUNGRY? NEED A BUTTON SEWN ON?
This year Home Economics
classes were under the direction
of Mrs. Judy Nichols, new to
the faculty of Father Lopez.
Also new was the enrollment
of nine boys to the cooking
Students prepared a
variety of dishes, and were
taught to sew the most elegant
Nutrition and home deco-
rating were also stressed.
Learning to plan meals or to
make a decoupage were just
some of the interesting
projects that students under-
took during the year.
From timed writings to
Htyped football games,H the
typing program at Father Lopez
has become a much talked about
course. Comments range from
HI can't believe I finally made
20 words a minutelu to nIt kept
me off honors again.H
Mr. Jim Gardinier, head of
the department, has done much
to make typing classes different
and more exciting. With the
donation of several new type-
writers by the Parents Assn.,
a student seldom had to worry
about whether or not his type-
writer would work.
In addition to the year-
long course in business typing,
a new one-Semester course was
added. It was called uPersonal
Typing,H and offered nearly
everything the business course
did, but in condensed form.
MRS. JERABEK'S WORLD
Faithful service, overdue books,
sssshhhhhl What else but the Father
Lopez Library? Mrs. Helen Jerabek
provides information on a variety
of subjects including local news and
school announcements posted on the
door. She works long and hard to
maintain a good, efficient library
used by students, teachers, and
parents organizations, School Board,
Booster Club, and Band Parents. It
also serves as the home stadium for
the Father Lopez Brainbowl Team.
Audiovisual aids including films,
transparencies, and records are kept
as well as the book and magazine
selection to supplement a busy
curriculum. The library also has
an excellent reference section used
on many occasions by hassled students
attempting term papers, book reports,
and other assorted projects. Student
upperclassmen serve as library aides
to handle card catalogues, filing,
and typing work, but Mrs. Jerabek is
the guiding force behind the success-
ful and much appreciated Father Lopez
Cleanliness ie next to Rosiness
with Rosie Wllmore in charge. Hs
and Grant really get the job done
well no matter what it happens to
be, whether keeping the plumbing in
line, or just opening a jammed
locker. Mr. Starr, an ever ready
maintenance man is also a great
asset to the NMr. Clean Squadu.
These three guys deserve more
credit than they've ever gotten.
Without them to keep things in order
Lopez just wou1dn't be the same.
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' ,Homecoming Q74 had a new
look. Because of limited funds
and in order to preserve- -
paper by not using paper nap-
kins, floats were-ekiminated
in .favor of decoratedtcarsg'
'cover of green paper, Green
Waves, and the Flagler-Palm
' The SGA organized the
Homecoming parade, a short
but memorable event. It was
topped off by the band,the
decorated cars, assorted
bikes, and the class court
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IT TAKES TWO
It started out a typical October
day. But as the 12th of October went
on, the spirit of Father Lopez rose.
After the pep rally for the football
game against Lakeland Santa Fe, the
Pep Club and Honor Society challenged
each other in a whopper eating contest.
Six members from each club participated
three girls and three guys. The girls
got a little break - they ate whopper
juniors. The team with the least
total time was the champion and the
pep club won. As the paper said,
ult took two hands and a gulp to
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WAVES' SPIRIT ROLLS ON
Grub days and spirit days were
just two ways Lopez students could
express their true selves this
past year. Uniforms were no where
in sight on grub days. Instead
jeans, T-shirts, and cut-offs were
worn so a club could collect a
quarter from each ngrub-ee.U
Spirit days were similar. Uniforms
were replaced with costumes that
showed who or what kids really
are. Pajamas, boxes, cartoon
characters - just to name a few -
were walking around Lopez. On the
whole, students enjoyed doing
WE GATHER TOGETHER
The idea of Hcommunityn is
basic to Father Lopez High School.
One of the ways in which this idea
is expressed is the Mass. The
entire student body participated
in the liturgey on Holy Days.
Families were invited to masses
in the courtyard on special
Sundays, including Mother's Day.
The chapel was the scene of
weekday masses for theology
classes, as well as for all who
wished to attend the 8 a.m.
Liturgy on Fridays and other
COME ON PEOPLE NOW ...GET
This was the theme for the
1974-75 Ring Blessing which is
one of the first and most mean-
ingful events of the senior year.
It is a time for the seniors to
look at themselves as one,with
As the rings were blessed
by Fr. Dave Ferguson and
Deacon Jim Pagni, the seniors
experienced a real feeling of
The ceremony was held at
Prince of Peace Church. The
blessing of the rings took place
during a mass, and the class
gathered around the altar as one
for the consecration of the
Eucharist. Sean Muldoon and
Joe Cerio sang, and the readings
were done by Raul Lopez and
Lori Schmidt. The ceremony
was organized by Fr. Ferguson
and the readings were arranged
by Caren Gaines.
RUNNERS TAKE YOUR MARK
annual Field Day took place
and 13 new records were es-
tab1ished.Anne d'Adesky set
the softball throw distance,
while Cyrus Tucker and Thomas
Nickerson ran the 100- yard
dash. The Junior girls cap-
tured the 440 relay and the
Senior boys snagged the win
in the 880 relay. MVP awards
went to Jack Wade, Theresa
Jacobs, Kevin Ogden, Lisa
McMenamy, Mickey Lopez, Pam
Fields, Anne d'Adesky, and
FOUR DEMERITS LATER ....
A student served a detention if
he accumulated 4 demerits over a 9-
week period, by cutting class, or by
leaving campus without permission.
Demerits were issued for tardiness,
dress code violations, improper be-
havior, going to off-limit locations,
or failing to bring an absentee note.
Detentions were held in special rooms
and teachers alternated proctoring.
Detention lasted lf2 hour and was
held immediately after school.
The discipline committee was
composed of Mr. Kreimer, Mr. Tramont,
and Sr. Cecilia for the faculty:
Martha Jaeger, Joe Simmons, Judy
McClosky and Raul Lopez represented
the students. A student came up
before the committee if he accumu-
lated 7 demerits in a 9-week period,
or if a student had a specific
problem with a certain teacher. The
student-teacher ratio was 4 to 3.
WHAT YOU SEE ,IS WHAT YOU GET !
From Father Ferg's npie-in-the-
eyen to egg races, the '74-'75 pep
rallies at Lopez kept school spirit
high. With help from the J.V.s and
Varsity sponsor, Judy Fritze, the
varsity cheerleaders led rallies
in the gym during activity periods.
Some shouted, HHere we come,n while
Pep Club led HMy name is.o.' - but
all everyone agreed he Uwill be
a Greenwave until I dielu YEah.
HERE SHE COMES'
The third annual Miss Father Lopez
Contest was held on the evening of
October 18, 1974. Twenty-two girls
competed in three categories: evening
gown, talent and personal interviews.
Although only one girl was selected
as Miss Lopez, each deserved
congratulations for her fine performance.
Senior Josie Reilly was named the
1974-75 Miss Lopez, with Freshman
Sandy DiMartino as first runner-up,
Marie Kenny, freshman, second runner-
up, and senior Eunice Burns, third
runner-up. Miss Congeniality was
senior Mimi Kenny. It was a night
all twenty-two will never forget.
Pappy's Pizza Days
became a tradition on our
campus in less than a year
Having been introduced to
the Lopez diners by SGA,
pizza added zingy variety
to the lunchtime schedule,
especially the palatable
pies that came to us hot
from Pappy's ovens.
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Assemblies were an important
part of the 1974-75 school year.
These were the times when we were
recognized for academic and athletic
honors: when we were instructed on
important issues, and when we were
amused by groups like T.N.T. and
the D:B.C.C. concert band. An
outstanding feature of this year's
assemblies was the electric car,
brought to us by Mr. Ed Ek and the
Daytona Beach Engineering Society.
THERE HE IS ...MR LOPEZ!
This was our first year for a
Mr. Father Lopez Contest. Sponsored
by Health Careers, eleven young men
competed in talent as well as in
suits and interviews. Senior Sean
Muldoon sang Hoperatorn to become
the first Mr. Lopez. John HGladysN
Scott, a junior, along with his two
Pips, acted out a song and captured
first runner-up. Talented Frank
Cerio played a collection of songs
on the piano and he was awarded
second runner-up. Congratulations
to all eleven for taking part in the
first contest for men.
This year's new SGA sponsor
worked with the new officers and
three new representatives from
each grade to accomplish some
new feats. nPizza Daysn were
introduced to our campus by
BGA, and then several other
groups found this a good way to
earn funds. Besides the inno-
vations in Homecoming '74, SGA
represented students for the
first time on the Student-
Faculty Discipline Committee.
SGA contributed needed audio:
visual aids to the school, as
well as assuring students an
opportunity to be heard in the
dispensing of justice.
SGA 1-r, lst row-Cheryl Rodrgue, Kathy Hyland, Jeff Donohue, Jean White, John
Scott, Sean Muldoon, Jim Simmons, Znd row-Pam Welchef, Joe Simmons ltreasl,
Judy McCloskey lvice-presl, Martha Jaeger lSecl, Bill Lloyd, Fr. David Ferguson
Qsponsorl, 3rd row-Kathy Motzcll Raul Lopez lpresl, Pat Thurman, Roy Bohensky
The National Honor Society did
well this year collecting for
HDollars for Scholarsu and Halifax
Hospital: selling Greenwave license
plates: conducting other fund-
raising projects, to say nothing of
the Whopper-Eating Contest against
The Society's biggest job was
leading the Honors assemblies. It was
the first time that students par-
ticipated in conducting these pro-
All members are grateful to
Mr. George King, whose able spon-
sorship insured the success of each
Officiating this year were
Caren Gaines as president, Miguel
Lopez as vice-president, Mimi Kenny
as secretary, and Kathy Motzel as
Students are selected for
membership on the basis of good
character, grade-point average,
and involvement in school and
N. H.S. 1-rg Pete Gillis, John Scott, Chris Petrie, Judy McCloskey,
Caren Gaines lpres. l, Vicki Welcher, Mimi Kenny lsec. I, Roy Mongiovi,
Dan Mcusker, Pam Fields, Raul Lopez, Larry Evanoff, Miguel Lopel lvice
pres. I, Roy Bohensky, Sean Muldoon, Mike MacDonald, Thomas Nickerson
Steve Boka, Rebecca Ever tt, Mr. George King fsponserl, Kathy Motzel
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The Father Lopez Marching Band 1
performed for the fans at our foot-
ball games and took part in the
Homecoming parade. This hardy group,
directed by Toby Wall and Steve
Kirby, also participated in many
community events - from Palm
Coast to New Smyrna Beach. Mrs.
Harriet Finn and her Band Parents
Association have given the student
musicians a great deal of support.
THE MARCHING DOZEN
For the third year, the majorettes
of Father Lopez have entertained
the fans at football games and at
a variety of performances. The
three 1974-75 majorettes were Pam
Fields - head majorette, Pam
Welcher and Teresa Miranda. Again
this year little Joy Miranda was
also out there twirling away as the
band's mascot. The girls did a fine
job not only in their shows but
also with the Miss Father Lopez
OH YES WE DO!
From following the Noreen
Ripples,H to traveling with the
junior varsity basketball team, the
eight J.V. cheerleaders backed
their players all the way. Whether
the teams were leading or not, these
girls never quit cheering them on.
Their spirit was led by captain
Phalese Powers, missing from picture
and co-captain Tonya Keys, second
from left. The other girls in
the picture from left to right are:
Barb Dowling, Tonya Keys, Colleen
Minor and Leanne Mathews. Missing
from picture other than Phalese are
Stacy Morris, Deirdre Downey and
HERE'S FROSH SPIRIT!
Mrs. Hyland, sponsor of the
Freshman cheerleaders, said her
girls were HGreat2nThe team
thought so, too. Here they are:
standing, Kathleen Hyland, Rose-
mary Fischettin, Sue Cook, and
Lorraine Lill. Kneeling, Mary
Crotty, Michele D'Ascanio, Marie
Kenny, and MaryBeth Elston.
LET'S HEAR IT FOR THE GREENWAVE
Under the dedicated leader-
ship of Sr. Cecilia, the pep club
worked hard to generate spirit
and a sense of pride and loyalty
for Father Lopez. Signs to boost
morale and celebrate victory
were a familiar sight all over
the school grounds. New group
cheers were introduced by John
Scott and Miguel Lopez, who led
the uproarious, but potent cheer-
ing section for the Greenwave. -
Aside from school class rivalry
to promote spirit, a small whis-
per could be vaguely detected over
over in the far corner of the gym,
where the faculty tried vainly to
outsouncl the cheering students.
Leading the pep brigade were
Martha Jaeger and Chris Petrie,
presidents, Kathy Motzel and Mike
Schauer, activities chairpersons,
Dianne Freer, secretary, and Roy
Bohenzky, treasurer. Everyone
in the club worked to generate spirit,
especially Bill Lloyd and Deidre
Downey Kclub Sweethearts, and
Sharon Winters. From pep rallies
to wopper-eating contest to Home-
coming, the Lopez pep club proved
that any activity needs spirit to be
successful. The biggest annual
event, sponsored by this hyperactive
group, was the successful Home-
Science goes further into
student activities than the curriculum!
The Health Careers Club is a
continuation of biology classes.
Students in the club work with the
March of Dimes, Humane Society, and
Heart Fund in worthwhile projects
to help the sick and disabled. This
club also participated in
lectures held at Ormond Beach Memorial
Hospital. Mrs. Hyland, club sponsor,
was recently recognized for her efforts
in science by the Heart Fund at the
State Science Fair. She was cited
for her work in guiding students
towards health careers. It is plain
that she is both interested
enthusiastic about health
opportunities. The major event
year was the field trip taken
to Gainesville. Students from biology
classes and members of the club spent
the day at J. Hillis Miller Medical
and Shands Teaching Hospital.
The Father Lopez Health Careers
Club was able to inform students of
and participate in local health
READY .... ACTION
Not enough praise can be given
to the Drama Club and its sponsor
Sister Clare. This year the club
had its own playrights. Francis Cerio
and Shelley Carrin wrote HIS There
a Santa Claus?H, the Christmas play.
The club performed a spring play
nThe Devil Made Me Do Itu on May
19 and 20
WAVES ARE ON THE G0
6 - 6 Jamboree 6 - 0
12 Seabreeze 12
27 Pierson-Taylor 0
20 Interlachen 27
32 Lakeland Santa Fe 14
O Bishop Kenny 14
47 Ft.Pierce John Carrol114
14 Apopka 19
19 Melbourne Catholic 23
2 New Smyrna Beach 33
24 Flagler-Palm Coast 22
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RIPPLES ROLL ON.
The 1974 Green Ripples, under
the leadership of Coaches Jim Gar-
dinier and Shubie Thompson, fin-
ished their season with a 2-4 rec-
ord. The team featured a high-
powered offense and a strong defense
While losing twice to Melbourne
Central Catholic, and once to New
Smyrna Beach and Crecent City,
they defeated St. J'oseph's Academy
twice with the scores of 42-0 and
At the awards banquet, Rick
Gaines and Ron McGuire were hon-
ored as the outstanding offensive
and defensive players. Yes, the
Green Ripples provided much excite-
ment for the Lopez fans.
42- 0 St. Joseph's Academy
12-28 Melbourne Central Catholic
55-22 St, Joseph's Academy
0-42 Melbourne Central Catholic
0-40 New Smyrna Beach
6-40 Crecent City
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WHAT A SHOT!
Pictured above with their
coaches, Mr. Ed Searby and Mr.
E.P. Lingo, are the members of
this year's Freshman basketball
team. Back row, left to right:
Mr. Lingo, Chuck Sprague, Mark
Smith, Mark Nash, Mark Lingo,
Tim McNamara7second row: Charles
Krawzynski, Rick Gaines, John
Goergen, Jack Wade, Marc Fortier
front row: Mike Laconte, David
Cesari, Bill Powell.
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Thanks to the Father
Club, as well as members
who worked on the field,
team finally was able to
games and mean it. Coach
of the team
his assistant coaches. Hank Goldstone,
and John Restuccia, as well as captain
Mike Schauer made it a good season.
The new diamond, located
the gym, is living proof
just north of
of real Hwave
Spirit,N and it came alive in '75.
THERE HE GOES!
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Mr. Ken Lipe had another good
year as coach of both tennis teams.
Peter Glllis was captain of the
boys' team, which comprised Gene
Pringle, John Scott, Bob Harkins,
Martin Favis, Pat Thurman, and
The girls' team was made up
of Leslie Wall, Jean Sullivan,
Cindy Ehringer, Caren Gaines,
Kathy Motzel, Angela Wall, Leanne
Mathews, and Captain Anne D'Adesky.
AN "OTHER" PAGE
The Father Lopez swim teams have
had their most successful year to
date. At press time, the girls were
undefeated and the boys were 7 - 2.
Frank Vogini was captain of the
boys' team, coached by Father
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Amara, Edmund: HEdN- Key Club, Boys Track 1,27 Intramurals l,2,3,4:
Girls Track Coach 4.
Alburyg Byron Scott: nScottn- HBearH- Key Club 3,47 Surf Club 4:
Intramurals 4: Basketball l,2,3: Newspaper Editor 4.
Barry, Michael Decklyn7HMicoN- Homeroom Treasurer l: chorus 3.
Bell, Marianne: uMareH- Keyette 3,4: Health Careers 3: Homecoming
Court 47Senior Class Secretery: HOmer0Om Treasurer 4.
Bubb, Gene Marie: HGenieH- Pep Club l,2,3,4: F.L.P.A. 37 G.A.A. 3:
Keyette 3,4- pres.: N.J. Reporter 4: N.H.S. 3,47 Swim ing l,2,3,4
Most Dedicated '71-'72: Yearbook 4- Layout Editor.
Burns Eunice: HEunicen- Keyette Club 3,47 Pep Club l,2,3,4: G.A.A.
1,27 Cheerleading l- co-captain,2,3,4: F.L.P.A. 3,4: Homecoming
Court 4: Friendliest, Superlative.
Cerio, Joseph Charles: uJoeH- Glee Club 2: Chorus 37 Football l,2,3,4
Hustler Award 2: Basketball 17 Baseball 2: Newspaper Staff 4.
d'Adesky, Anne Christine: uAnneH- G.A.A. l,2,3: Pep Club l: Brain
Bowl 3: American Legion Oritorical Runner-up: Tennis l,2,3,4: Most
Valuable l,2,3: Most Athletic Superlative.
Donohue Susanne: Hsueu- Pep Club 2,37 Yearbook 2,32 Swim Team 27
Keyette Club 37 G.A.A. 2,37 Prom Committee 3: Homeroom Pres. 3.
Donohue John Ford: HJeffH or HFordN- Key Club 3,4: Surf Club 4:
American Legion Nineth Grade Award: Football l,2,3,4: Swimming 1,
2,37 Tennis 3,4: Basketball l: Yearbook Staff 47 Prom Committee 3:
S.G.A. l,2,3,4: Homeroom Pres. l,2,3.
Edwards Van M.: UV.M.u- Beto Club: Gaybees: Basketball lLetteredl:
Football QLetteredj: Intremurals: S.G.A. Intramurals
Ehringer, Cynthia: Swimming 1,27 Tennis 4.
Estrada, Richard Ernest: Hsrnieu- Key Club: Surf Club: Homecoming
Court: Football l,2,3,4: Basketball 1,21 Swimming l,2,3: Baseball:
Track 1,27 Intramurals: Yearbook Staff 4: S.G.A. 3, vice-pres.:
Homeroom President 2.
Ensell, Therese Ann: HTerriH- Pep Club 17 N.H.S. 3,47 Keyettes 3,4:
Cheerleading 2: Swim Team l,2,3,4: G.A.A. 4: Homeroom officer 2,3.
Foster, Susan Mary: Health Careers 3,4: Newspaper,Staff 4: G.A.A. 47
Emblem Club Scholarship: OUTstanding Achievement in Spanish III and
Garcia, victoria: Hvickin- Beta Club: Tennis 2,3,47 Band 17 HDaisy Maeu
Gaines Caren E.: Health Careers l,2,3,4: Sacristan l,2,3,4: G.A.A.
l,3,4: Pep Club 4: Band l,2,3,4: Brainbowl l,3,4: N.H.S. 3,4 Pres.:
Optomist Club Outstanding Youth: Kiwanis Club Letter Sweater: Out-
standing Bandsman: Tennis 47 Daybreak: Yearbook: Public Relations:
Most Scholastic, Superlative.
Gillis Peter G.: nPeteU- N.H.S.: Football l,2,3,4, All County 3,4:
Coaches Award: Tennis 3,4: Intramurals 3,4: Basketball 1: Outstanding
Achievement in English 3.
Halyard, Michael N.: UShortyH- Pep Club: Football, J.V. and Varsity
Letters: Track, J.V. and Varsity Letters: Wrestling.
Humphrey, Chris: Football 2,3.
Hyland, Edward: HEdH- Surf Club 4: Basketball l: Football l, manager
2,32 Swimming l,2.
Janezko, John: Njohnu
Jaeger, Martha Jane: Pep club l,2,3,4- co-pres.: G.A.A.: S.G.A.
3,4 sec.:Volleyball Intramurals and Softball Intramurals: Most
School Spirit, Superlative. Cheerleading 2, Homeroom Off.,2
Kelly, John Thomas Patrick: HJ.T.u or UJakeU- Key Club: FLPA 3,4:
Surf Club: Basketball 1, Letter Baseball 2, letter: Football 2,3:
Intramurals 2,3,4: Yearbook Staff.
Kennyg Mariellen Therese: HMimiU- Pep Club l,2,3,4: N.H.S. sec. 3,4:
S.G.A. 1,2 Treasurer: Keyettes 3,4: Cheerleading l,2,3,4 co-captain
Swimming 1,2: Intramurals 4: Drill Team 2: Yearbook Copy Editor 4:
Prom Committee 3: Homeroom sec. l, pres. 2,3,: Senior Class Vice-
Pres.7 American Legion Nineth Grade Award: Homecoming Court: Out-
standing Achievement in Algebra II, Trig.: Miss Congeniality, '74-'75:
Most Likely to Succeed, Superlative.
Kment, Colette Joan: Drama Club l: Intramural Volleyball 4: Prom
Lopez, Raul Estrque: Health Careers, N.H.S.: Pep Club: S.G.A. Pres.:
Football Manager: Basketball: Track- Captain: Pres.xand V.P. of H.C.C.
Mac Donald, William Michael: HBIG Macu or Mike: Chess Club 1: N.H.S.
3,4: English, French and History Awards: Third Place Science Fair,4:
Football 3,4: Intramural B.B. 2,3,4: Tennis 3: Brain Bowl 3: Science
Fair Director 4.
Motzel, Katherine Rose:HKathyH- Keyette Club: S.G.A. 4: Pep Club:
N.H.S. 4 Treasurer: Band 3,4: Drill Team 2: G.A.A. 1: Tennis 4:
Intramural Basketball 4: Swimming 2.
Menzel, David T.:NDaveH- Chess Club 1: Key Club: Surf Club 4:
Swimming l,2,3,4, Most Dedicated 1, Captain 3: Yearbook Staff 4:
Homeroom Treas. l,2,3.
Mc Grane-Mark: Karate l: Chess Club 1: Wrestling 1: Basketball 3,4:
M.V.P. 4: Captain 4: Track l,3,4.
Mongiovi, Roy JosephjHR.B.H- Chess Club l,2,3,4: N.H.S. 4: Brainbowl 3,4
Yearbook Editor 4: Nat. Merit Finalist:First Place Chemistry Region:
Third Place Chemistry School: Chess Club President 2,3,4: Most
Mc Cusker, Daniel Alexander: uBig Dann- Health Careers l,2,3,4: N.H.S.
3,4: Key Club 3,4: Chess Club l,2,3: Wrestling 1,2: Track l,2,3,4:
Cross Country 2: Voice of Democracy First Place 3, Third Place 2,
Fourth Place 4: Yearbook Business Manager 4.
Muldoon, Sean: Key Club 4: N.H.S. 3,4: Football 3,4: Coaches Award 4:
Ormond Beach Grid Club Award 4: Baseball 2,3,4: Most Improved in
Baseball 3: Intramural BB 2,3,4: S.G.A. 4: Homeroom Officer 3,4:
Most Improved English Award 3: All Round Sportsmanship Award:
Homecoming King 1974-75: Mr. Lopez 1974-75.
Nickerson, Thomas nPaul Warfieldu: UNickn- Pep Club: N.H.S.4:
Football l,2,3,4 captain: Basketball l,2,3,4 captain: Track l,2,3,4
captain: President of Senior Class: Most Athletic, Superlative.
Polito Terri Ann :HTerriU- Tennis 1: Boys Track Team 3.
Pascale, John A.:nJohnU- Surf Club: Key Club: Basketball 1: Football 4:
Piatek, Myron: HBanacekN- Chess Club 2,3: Intramural BB 2,3,4: Fourth
Place in Field Day, High Jump.
Powers, Ed:Football: Track: Yearbook Staff.
Pringle, Eugene: HGeneH- Drama Club l: Chess Club 3, vice-pres.,4:
Football 4: Tennis 4:F.LP.A.4.
Reilly, Josephine Mary: HJosien- Keyette 3,4: Glee Clubl: Pep Club 2:
Surf Club 4: F.L.PA. 3: Swimming 1,2: Tennis 1: Newspaper Staff 4:
Prom Committee 3: Pep Club Sec.: Miss Lopez Fourth Runner-up: Miss
Lopez 1974-74: Miss Volusia County Fair 1974-74: Miss WMFJ 1974-75:
Homecoming Court 2.
Schauer, Michael Lawrence: nMiken- Pep Club: Key Club 3: Baseball
l,2,3,4 captain: Football 2,3,4 captain: Basketball l,2,3,4: Lil
Abner: Homecoming Court 4: Newspaper Staff 4: Yearbook Staff:
Vice-Pres. of Pep Club 4: Friendliest, Superlative.
Schmidt Lori R-: "Lori"- Pep club 2,3,4: Keyette Club 3,4: Try-Y
1: F.L.P.A. 3: Surf Club 4: G.A.A. 3: Intramural BB 1: Track 1:
Boy's Track Manager 4: Yearbook Staff 3,4: Newspaper Staff 4: Prom
Committee 3: Homeroom Sec. l: Homecoming Court 3.
Schwarz, Richard ThomasL HFredn- Key Club: Football l,2,3,4 captain:
Basketball 3: Track 2,3,4: Baseball 1: Intramural BB 4: Mean Green:
Best Defense: Outstanding Freshman
Seiler Rose Ann' Rose- Pep Clubl: Cheerleading l: Drill Team 2:
Swim Team l,2: G.A.A. 4: Business and Medical College Scolarship.
Sheehan, Timothy F.: UTimH- Chess Clubl: Wrestling l: Track l,2:
Intramural BB 2,3,4: Perfect Attendence Award.
Shelley, John A.: HJohnn- Key Club: Football 3,4: Most Improved
Player: Best Offensive Lineman: All County Football 4: Track 4:
Yearbook Staff 4: Basketball l,2.
Snead, Richard Wayne: uBig BH- Surf Club: Football 2,3,4: Track 4:
Tennis 3: Wittiest, Superlative.
Strickland, Marcy Lynn Outstanding Awarsd in English, Religion, Awards
Typing, 3: Homeroom President 1: Vice-Pres. 3.
Suchon, Jeff: Highest Acedemic Average 3: Football: Tennis.
Sullivan, Jean: Keyette Club: Pep Club l,2,3,4: N:H,s, 4: Tennis 2,3,4:
Swimming 1: Cheerleading l,2,3 co-cap., 4 captain: F.L.P.A. 3,4:
Homeroomeofficer: Prom Chairman 3: Key Club Sweetheart 4: Best
All Round, Superlative.
Van Driel Janice: HJanH- Pep Club: Keyette: Math Workshop.
White, Nancy Lynn: HNancyH- Keyettes 3,4 sec.-treas.: Pep Club
l,2,3 pres.: S.G.A. 2,3: G.A.A. 1: Swim Team l,2,3,4 captain:
Cheerleading 1,2,4 : Drill Team 2: Drum Majorette 3:Homeroom officer
3: Prom Chairman 3: Homecoming Queen 4.
Wise, Debra Jean Marie: uDebbieH- Health Careers 3,4: Keyette Club
4: G.A.A. 4: Prom Committee.
Wulfekuhl, Catherine Ann: HCathyu- Health Careers 3,4: Pep Club 1:
G.A.A. 4: N.H.S. 4: Merit Honors.
Wolfersteig, Lawrence Richard:uWolfman Jackn- Key Club: Surf Club:
F.L.P.A.: Football 2,3,4: Coaches Award: Baseball 3,4: Basketball
Intramurals 2,3,4: Captain of BB Intramurals: Yearbook and Newspaper
Wall, Leslie: Swimming: Tennis 2,3,4: Awards in Tennis And Swimming:
Cheerleading 1: Pep Club: Betty Crocker Future Homemakers Award:
Kopatz, Carolyn: Health Careers.
Nicklowitz, Mari: Pep Club: Health Careers.
Coach George King's golf team
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not get a picture in on time. With
such able leaders as their coach,
their asst. coach, Father Dave
Ferguson, and their captain Chris
Petrie, they took the Greenwave to
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Weber, Joe Simmons, Jim Simmons,
David BonF1eur, Julian Lopez, Pat
MacDonald, and Rob Tuttle.
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Ann B. Kirkland, Realtor
Locally Since 1948
929 Ridgewood Ave.
Holly Hill, Florida
2561 North Atlantic Ave.
LEON JONES Phone 677-1818
Repair 8- Service Department Daytona Beach, Fla. 32018
MR. 8: MRS. HENERY VAN DRIELg
Waves are no. 1.
MARK TRA YLOR
THE POLITO FAIvIILYg Good luck
to the Green Wave, always.
WILLIAM R. BELANGER 8: FAMILY
THE MCGUIRE'Sg Good luck to
Thomas Nickerson, Mike Schauer,
Rick Schwarz, and the Senior
PAESANO ITALIAN RES TAURANT
MR. 8: MRS. GERALD R. WINTERSg
Congradulations to the Lopez Band!
We're all very proud of you! !.
MR. 8: MRS. J. C. CERIO
AIRGOODS MOBIL STA TIONg The
best service in town.
LARRY FORNARI3 Go forward in
DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS
MR. 8: MRS. D. FRANK PALMIERIg
Best wishes graduates.
MARY 8: JIM TRUSCOTT
G. BLAISg Beware of Super Pig
Father, Lopez Seniors 8: Under-
THE JIM WELCHER FAMILY
MR. 8: MRS. MATTHEW P. HYLANDg
For a future of peace and happiness.
EUGENE E. IOZZINOg Best of
luck 8. success Lopez Graduates
MR. 8: MRS. GEORGE FAGAN
GEORGE M. JAMESg For our
daughter who holds the lock to
my courage and key to my soul.
God love her.
MCCALL L SIMMONS ASSOCIATES
GOLDMAN 8: ASSOC. REALTORSg
Good Luck Green Wave!
MR. 8: MRS. JAMES N. KEYS
Good Luck Graduates! !
MR. 8: MRS. STUART HODGSON
THE BARRYSg Good luck to the
class of '75.
MR. 8: MRS. GLENN BALLARD
DR. 8: MRS. R. T. GAINESg
Support the Father Lopez Band
MR. 8: MRS. I. MONGIOVI
THE BROOKFIELDSQ Congratu-
DR. 8:MRS. L. W. MOTZELg My
daughter made me buy this.
THE MORRISON FAMILYg
Congratulations to the graduating
class of '75.
SACRED HEART SCHOOL
MRS. A. P. BAUMIER5 Best
wishes to-class of '75.
MRS. ETTA VAN SCOYg
Congratulations to the graduates
MR. 8: MRS. J. S. LLOYDg
Best wishes to the graduating
DR. 8: MRS C. FREEMANg
Best luck to you all.
MR. Sr MRS. ROBERT THUQRMAN
Good luck to the Greenies!
DAYTONA VENETIAN BLIND 8:
DRAPERY COMPANYg Good
MR. 8: MRS JAMES F. BROWN 8:
FAMILYg Good luck Seniors.
MOST SCHOLASTIC: Roy Mongiovi and Coren Gaines
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