Father Lopez High School - Veritas Yearbook (Daytona Beach, FL)
- Class of 1976
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Susan Adkins "Susie"
Pep Club 1-2-3, Keyette Club 3, Home Room Officer 1-2,
Prom Committee 3, Yearbook Staff 2-3, Swimming Manager 2-3-
4, C.A.A. 1. '
Gregory Ballard "Greg"
Freshman Football, Freshman Basketball, Track 1-2-3-4, LV.
Basketball 2, Varsity Basketball 3-4, Varsity Football 3-4.
Patricia Adams "Pat"
Sophomore Representative 2, Career Explorers Club 2, Year-
book Staff 4, Volleyball Team Captain 4.
Kevin Barton "Heavy Kev"
Intramurals 1-2-4, LV. Football 2, Prom Committee 3, Chess
Team 3, Spirit 3.
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lo-Anne Boilard "jo-Anne"
Drama Club 1, Health Careers Club 2, Pep Club 3, Keyette
Club 3-4, Yearbook Staff 4, Newspaper 4.
David Bon Fleur 1'Dave"
Golf 1-3-4, Chess Club 1, Intramurals 1-2-3-4.
Kate Brookfield "Kate"
Pep Club 1-2, Cheerleader 1-2-3, Captain 2, Varsity Letter 2-3-
4, Swim Team 1-2-4, Track 3, Keyette Club 3-4, Home Room Of-
ticer 2-3, Class President 3, Homecoming Court 2.
Stephen Callahan "Steve" G1arlotte Theresa Chapman "Terry"
Health Career Club 2-3-4, Vice-President 3, Drama Club 1-2-3- Pep Club 2, G.A.A. 2, Prom Committee 3, Yearbook Editor 4,
4, Chess Club 1-2-3, Yearbook Staff 4. Dmma Club 4, Newspaper 4.
Dan Collier "Dan" Mary Connor "Mary"
Football 1-4. Pep Club 1-2-3, Band 1-2-3, Keyette Club 3, S.G.A. Treasurer 2,
Swim Team 1-2, Baseball Manager 3, G.A.A. 1, First Lieutenant
Brian C. Daly "Brian"
Pep Club 2-3-4, Key Club 3-4, Home Room Officer 1-2, S.G.A.
4, Basketball 1, Varsity Football 4, Hurst Field Day 3-4, Baseball 3-
4, intramural Basketball 2-3-4, Field Day 1-2, Newspaper 4, l.V.
Football Captain 2.
kers 2, Lonely Hearts Club 1-2.
lawrence Evanoff "Larry" Rebecca Ann Everett "Becky"
Yearbook Staff Photographer 2-3-4, Chess Club 1-2, N.H.S. 3-4, Health Careers Club 2, Pep Club 1-2-3, N.H.S. 3-4, Class Trea-
Home Room Officer 1-3, Pep Club 2-3-4, Health Careers Club 3- surer 3, Highest Academic Average 1-2-3.
4, Drama Club 1-2-3-4, Brain Bowl 3-4.
Stephen Elston "Steve"
Tennis 3-4, Science Fair 3-4, Yearbook Business Manager 4,
Gun Club 1-2, Soccer 2, Tennis 1-2, Golf 2, Aeroschmit 2, Splun-
Kathleen Gildea "Kathy"
Cheerleader 1-2-3-4 Captain 1, Co-Captain 4, Swim Team 1-2-
3-4, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Homecoming Court 3, Class Treasurer 1,
Home Room Officer 2, Field Day 2.
Pep Squad 2.
Paul Gillis "Paul"
Track 1-2-3-4, Football 1-2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Chess Club
1-2, Pep Club 2, S.G.A. 1, Newspaper QSports Editorl 4, Best Run-
ning Back 2-3, 4 year letterman Football Award.
G.A.A. 2, Keyette Club 4.
David Horrigan, Ill "Dave"
l.V. Football 2, Intramural Basketball 2-3-4, Varsity Baseball 4,
Archery 2, Yearbook Staff 4, Newspaper 4, Chess Club 1-2 Offi-
cer 4, N.H.S. 4, Hurst Field Day 3-4, N.E.D.T. Award 3.
Thomas Hodgson "Tom"
Home Room President 4, Baseball 1-2-3-4, Football 1, Basket-
ball 1-2, Health Careers Club 2-4, Intramural Basketball 3-4, Pep
Thomas George Humphreys "Whump"
Football 1-2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Baseball 1-2-3-4, Track 2.
Elissa loanne Kinney "Lisa"
G.A.A. 2, Father Lopez Fashion Show 3.
lohn Levin "john"
Pep Club 2-3-4, Cheerleader 4, Football 2, Golf 4, Swim Team
1-2-3, Key Club 3-4, Band 1, Intramural Basketball 1-2-3-4, C-lee
james Lehan "lim"
Intramurals 1-2-3-4, Football 2.
Miguelangel L6pez "Mig"
Pep Club 2-3-4, N.H.S. 3, Vice-President 4, Football Manager
1-2-3, Cheerleader 4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Track 1-2-3-4, Field Day
1-2-3-4, Voice to the People Club co-President, Key Club 4.
larnes MacPhee "jim"
l.V. Football 2-3, Key Club 4, Basketball Manager 3-4, Pep Club
2-3, Tennis 4.
Kathryn MacPhee "Kathy"
Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Swim Team 1-2-3-4, Cheerleader 2, Surf,
Club 3, Field Day 2, G.A.A. 2, Intramural Volleyball 2, Home
Room Officer 1-2.
Deborah Mahoney "Debbie"
Pep Club 1-2-3, Band 1-2, Health Careers Club 4, Keyette Club
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Michael O'Connell "O"
Basketball 1-2-3-4, Captain 4, Track 3-4, Home Room Presi-
dent 3, Key Club 3-4, Keyette Sweetheart 3.
Dean Pepe "Sweets"
Basketball 1-2-3-4, Football 1-2, Swim Team 1-2-3-4, Key Club
3-4, Homecoming Court 1.
Laurie Parker "Laurie"
G.A.A., Miss Lopez Contestant 3, Father Lopez Fashion Show
lanice Peshek "LP,"
Drama Club 3-4, Pep Club 3-4, Yearbook Staff 4, Newspaper 4,
Keyette Club President 4.
Alan Prunier "Big Al"
Football 3, Basketball Manager 3-4, Baseball 3, Key
Club 4, Newspaper 4, Girl's Intramural Coach.
Scott Reynolds "Scott"
l.V. Football 2, Varsity Football Manager 3-4, l.V. Bas-
ketball 2-3, Baseball 2-3-4, Varsity Basketball 4, Pep Club
2-4, N.H.S. 4, Class Treasurer 4.
Colleen Rielly "Colleen'
Swim Team 1-2-3-4, Surf Club, Track 3-4, G.A.A. 2, In
tramural Volleyball 2, Field Day Record Holder 2-3.
Thomas Rinaldi "Pizza'
Intramurals 2-3-4, Freshman Basketball.
john Scoti "SludIy"
Pep Club 'I-2-3-4, Key Club 3-4, Public Relations 3-4,
Class Officer 3-4, S.G.A. 2-3-4, N.H.S. 3-4, Drama Club 'l,
Tennis l-2-3-4, Football l-2-4, Home Room Officer I-2.
Band 'I -2-3, Pep Club
2-3-4, o.A.A. 2, Fit-ld Day 1.
Roy C. Skelton "Roy" loan Ann Slanco "loanie"
l.V. Baseball, Intramural Basketball 2, Chess Club 4, Newspaper 4, Yearbook Staff-1.
Spanish Club 4.
Suzanne VanDriel "Sue"
Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Drama Club 1, G.A.A. 2, Spanish Club
Officer 4, Health Careers Club 3, Keyette Club Officer 4,
S.G.A. 4, Flag Team 3.
Gieryl Ann Villaflor "Cheryl"
S.G.A. 1, Yearbook Staff 1-2, Newspaper Editor 1, Stu-
dent Advisory Committee 1-2-3, Science Fair Honorable
Francis Richard Vogini "Frank"
Health Careers Club 2-3-4, Drama Club 2-3-4, Pep Club
2-3-4, Yearbook Photographer 3-4, Swim Team 1-2-3-4,
Lee Weber "Lee"
Swim Team 1-2, Football 1-2-3-4, Track Team 3-4, Intra-
mural Basketball 1-2-3-4, Pep Club 2, Freshmen
jean While "jean"
Swim Team 1-2-3-4, Cheerleader 1-2-3-4, S.G.A. 2-3,
Pep Club 1-2-3-4, G.A.A. 1-2, Keyette Club 3, Band 2.
Wcki Welcher "Vicki'
Home Room Officer 1, S.G.A. 1, Band 1-2, Pep Club 1-2
Swim Team 1-2-3-4, N.H.S. 3-4, Keyette Club 3, Class Sec-
Sharon Winters "Sharon"
Pep Club 1-2-3, Keyette Club 3-4, Yearbook Staff 4
Girls stare 3, Spanish club 4. . '
Rings, A Symbol Of Unity
Unity, the theme of the 1975-76 Ring Blessing. This
was the first of special events that took place for
the seniors. Father David Ferguson gave an in-
spirational service which was held at the Prince of
Peace Catholic Church. The senior class rings were
blessed, making them sacred and more meaningful
to the individuals. ludy McCloskey and Tom Hodg-
son participated in the readings and Kathy Gildea
and Betty Miranda sang, accompanied by Mark
Baumeier. An excellent luncheon followed at the
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An important factor in the success of Father Lopez
High School is our principal, Sr. Rose Ellen. She is a
woman of various characteristics, from chief au-
thority to chess club sponsor. She is genuinely inter-
ested in the student body. Their ideas are listened
to with an open mind. Even if she, herself, is busy,
she has time to help a student with a problem. Fa-
ther Lopez will always remain rt in her heart.
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Besides being an English teacher at Father Lopez, Mr.
Ken Lipe is also our Athletic Director. His jobs include
selling tickets to all sports activities, scheduling school
athletic functions, and acting as liaison between
Boosters Club and Lopez parents. Mr. Lipe also serves
as Chairman of the English department and as Assis-
tant Principal in the absence of Sr. Rose Ellen.
Phone class schedules absentee notes
bills receipts problems smiles daily
bulletins interruptions "l feel sick." "May I
see Sr. Rose Ellen for a minute?" "Did my mother
give you my lunch?" "Where are the directions to
the ball game?" "Has anyone found my Algebra
If you ever have a problem or are puzzled about
something, Mrs. Champagne, our bookkeeper, and
Mrs. Mary Truscott, our school secretary, are always
there in the office to help.
Mr. Mojock and his assistant, Sister Miriam, both new to the school, head Lopez's guidance department. Whether it be applications to
colleges or just discussing problems, Mr. Mojock is always available. The Lopez student body, and especially the Seniors, wish to thank
him for his sincere efforts.
CUSTODIANS-What can we say? Our man Rosie
has done it for another year. Whether it be plumb-
ing or just another jammed locker, Rosie is always
on call. Aided by Mr. Starr, Rosie and his staff are
well equipped to cope with any misfortunes.. Mr.
Starr oversees the maintenance work, a never end-
ing job around our school.
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The English Department of Father Lopez was staffed by a multitude of brillantly educated faculty members.
They enlightened the dull and dreary task of teaching literature immensely..For a small group of concerned
individuals, these teachers have succeeded in broadeniflg our English usage. The students appreciated their
views reached by dissecting each play, novel, and story meticulously. Under their watchful eyes, learning
grammar, spelling, and printing made the students knowledgable and kept them busy. We sincerely appreci-
ate these teachers, Mr. Petrucciani, Mrs. Tidmarsh, Mrs. Belanger, and Mr. Lipe, for such a productive year.
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A5 by our friendly Math Department.
Mr. George King, Sr. Cecilia, and Sr.
Mary Doris will be more than happy to assist you.
Basic concepts are thoroughly explained in a man-
ner that students can easily understand. Tackling a
problem becomes not only a challenge but also an
accomplishment when solved.
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The Social Studies Department
is ably handled by three di-
versed yet knowledgable teach-
ers. Subjects ranging from Lin-
coln's assassination to the
present-day attempts on Mr.
Ford's life are thoroughly dis-
cussed by Mr. Tramont, Mr.
Richart, and Sister Gail. Under-
standing and portraying others
personalities are a part of the
Psychology class, and knowing
ourselves and relating to others
are components of Mr. Tra-
mont's Sociology course.
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This year's language department was once again
staffed by two superb teachers of foreign language.
The students were introduced not only to new
means of communicating with others, but also to
new cultures. The French classes are taught by Mrs.
Helen Belanger our professor of the French lan-
guage. The Spanish classes, taught by Mrs. Raisa
Leorza, have had another busy and productive year
working on special projects such as making Christ-
mas cards and calenders, reports and discussions
on Latin American Civilizations, and many other
things. We the students wish to extend our grat-
itude and great admiration to these fine teachers for
a job well done!
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Bible teachings, jesus, Morality, Comparative Religion,
and and Love, Sex, and Marriage are some of the topics
covered in the Father Lopez religion courses. Father Da-
vid Ferguson, school pastor, is assisted in bringing Theol-
ogy to the students by Sr. Cecilia and new members of the
faculty, Mr. Mojock, Sr. Gail, and Sr. Mary Doris.
Between "l need a 60 space line with a 5 space
indent" and "You've got a deadline on Tuesday
so type copy, draw layouts and generally lift that
bale," a majority of Lopez students are taught ei-
ther Typing or lournalism. The Typing classes are
taught by Mr. Gardinier who adds a certain
something to the alphabet, "Three Dog Night"
style. Mrs. Belanger keeps the Green Scene and
this yearbook going. Besides Typing, Mr. G. Also
prepares students for a lifetime of bookkeeping.
Beethoven, Bach, Brahms, Schubert, Haydn, in-
struments, flats and sharps were a part of Music
Appreciation this year. A new course, along with
Mr. Toby Wall, enlightened many students to past
and present music. Writing music and taking a look
at many instruments, including the synthesiser,
were a part of the course.
HO E ECGNOMICS
Although Mrs. Irma Reilly began the year with the
Home Economics Dept., Mrs. Lillian Laviano took
over at the end of the first quarter. Students and
faculty alike enjoyed the work of the cooking and
sewing classes. They have presented foods from
different lands, made table centerpieces, decorative
placemats, and many more creative and imagina-
tive things that couIdn't have been done without
the help of Mrs. Laviano.
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The Guys in Lopez stayed in shape with the rough
coaches Richart and Tramont. They gave the students
a variety of sports, consisting of basketball, football,
softball, tennis, warball, and track.
Mrs. Tidmarsh, well liked by the students, kept the
girls P.E. classes moving right along. This year she had
such sports as volleyball, gatorball, and softball.
Between them, the three P.E. coaches kept the stu-
dents in top condition.
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A basic necessity for a successful athletic depart-
ment on any campus is a group of dedicated and
interested people. Here at Lopez this need is ful-
filled by our Booster Club. Under the direction of
Eugene Morris-President, Eugene Vance-Vice-
President, Elmer Lingo-Treasurer, and Edmund
Amara-Secretary, money has been raised to fi-
nance our schooI's sports program. Weekly football
programs, refurnishing the gym, and helping the
baseball programs are just a few of the many tasks
that they have undertaken.
We, the students here at Lopez, wish to extend to
this fine organization our deepest thanks.
FATHER LOPEZ SCHOOL BOARD
L to r: 1. Walsh, 1. Baker, I-r. I-erguson, I. Motzel, Pres., t. Morris, 1. Welcher, I. O'Brien, Dr. H. Gillis, F. Rowley
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While members of the School Board need not be Lopez
parents, many of them are. This group has concerned it-
self with the policy making and disbursement of funds on
campus. There is a very active Parents Association that
does much fundraising. The president of that group is
Mr. T. Dubois, V.P., M. Weber, Sec., B. Levin, Treas., C.
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Our small but mighty band vvouldn't be where it
is today if it weren't for the constant efforts of our
band parents. These concerned people raise money
in the ways of rummage sales, bingo, flea markets,
and bake sales to supply the band with its various
needs. These important officers, President Harriet
Finn, Vice-President Noreen Cerio, Treasurer Ellen
Conner, and Secretary Mrs. Utter should be com-
mended. With their aid the band has contributed
greatly to many functions.
CLASS OF '77
Elizabeth Antonich lMlliam Brookfield
Francis Baker Robert Brown
Stephanie Bobbitt Lonneen Brown
Charlotte Bonner Dawn Coble
Tamara DePaIma Susan Farmer Mark Fritz
Elizabeth Evans Martin Favis Robert Hill
Pam Fagan Laura Fornari Eugene lozzino
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David Russell Lorenzo Siler
Timothy Savas Frank Sivestris
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Robert Tuttle Rande Vance Angela Wall
Chris Weber Gregory Wolfersteig Pamela Wiley
Theresa Curry Daphne Hollon Kenneth Kitchens
Kevin Behulak David Cesari Mark Coody
Paul Bouchard Scott Chappuis Susanna Cook
Susan Burroughs Matthew Champagne loanne Costello
Dennis Carlson Thomas Colley Mary Crotty
Mary Beth Elston
Mary jane Fromme
Lorraine Lill William Lloyd
Michael Loconte julian Lopez
Mark Lingo Cathrine McCIosky
Anthony Livres Susan McMenamy
Mary Ann Moser
I-Ynrf Petrie Sean Price
Vlhlliam Powell Aurora Ritayik
Robert Rosetti Margaret Sloan
Elise Roy Mark Smith
Rick Sauls Charles Sprague
Frances Sciacia Paul Silvestris
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lose Alvarez john Barton Kevin Behrens Deborah Borges
Kevin Amara Dale Beckham Gark Bobbitt Richard Brookfield
janet Anania Robert Burns
Milinda Brumball Carol Cannariato
Dorian Carter Patrick Conley
Michael Cash Richard Coody
Lora Caton john Costello
Todd Chapman Dennis Culver
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Mary lane McMenamy
Laurie Mahoney Gregory Metz Gregory Nietling
joseph Manchisi Michael Miller Alice Nolan
Philip Maroney Kevin Nelson jeffrey Notarianni
Michael Maunsell Robert Newsom Mary Lynn 0'Malley
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Michael Pascale Celeste Price Richard Winters
Michael Simmons D680 5Il'am0nd0
Mica Smarse Kim Summers
Gregory Smith Kevin Sutherland
Nora Smith Clarissa Tate
George Theiss Andrew Van Kooten
Peter Van Driel Esther Villaflor
Philip Vukelja julie Weber
Carol Warzecka Rebecca White
Mary Wigmore Chris Wisely
Colleen Willan Joanne Wyllie
Tom Horrigan Gabriel Romanach
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Lopez - 21 jacksonville Episcopal
Lopez - 49 Pierson Taylor-
Lopez - 28 -BunneIl-
Lopez - 40 Apopka-
Lopez - 6 Crescent City-
Lopez - 8 Fon Pierce-
Lopez - 21 Lakeland Santa F
Lopez - 0 M.C.C.-
Lopez - 0 New Symrna-
Lopez - 20 lnterlachen-
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This year's dynamic Green Machine lived up to its
high expectations, marching all the way to regionals
where they made an outstanding showing. Coach
Bruce Tramont led his "multi-talented" two squad
cagers to an impressive season.
Tri-captains for the 75-76 season were forward 6'6"
senior Mike "O" O'ConnelI, guard 6'0" senior Paul
"PJ," Gillis, and guard 6'1" Dean "Pep" Pepe. Lo-
pez's fast breaking and high scoring offensive and
defensive led them to the District Eight Crown.
The student body will never be able to express their
overwhelming gratitude and appreciation for their
fantastic showing against the area's large schools.
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Greg Wolfersteig Terry McNamara Mark Chappuis
Greg Ballard Stacy Charles
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Continuously under rated and usually outshown by
the varsity, our l.V. team deserves recognition.
Coached by Phil Richart, the LV. team brought on
the court ferociousness and a strong determination
to win. Preceeding all varsity games, the team plays
fundamentally sound basketball. They give the fans
a preview of what to expect in the future varsity
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Under the expert tutorledge and sincere dedica-
tion of Mr. Edward Searby, this years freshman
team had an outstanding season.
Mr. Searby once again molded talented players
into a successful basketball team. Whether
shooting lay ups or running sprints, these well
rounded freshman boys gave their all. The play-
ers wish to thank Mr. Searby for his coaching
which is an excellent preparation for varsity play.
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Among the most popular spring
sports, our swim team attracts a vast
amount of participants. As in the past,
this year's swim team showed both
speed and endurance in reaching
dazzling new heights of excellence,
This year's team, celebrating it's tenth
anniversary under the direction of
Mrs. Mary Ann Tidmarsh and Mr.
Toby Wall, stroked and splashed no
matter what the obstacles.
Tennis this year at Lopez was a dominant sport. It was a very com-
petitive season not only against area schools, but also in the battles
for ranking. On the itinerary were such stalwarts as Mainland, Sea-
breeze, and Deland. This year's tennis sponsor, Mr. Ken Lipe, added
not only teaching skills, but active participation in practices. Under
Mr. Lipe's supervision this year's team had a successful season filled
with several upsets, and many impressive victories.
Double-bogeying or missing a six-inch putt did not
dishearten the golf team. This year's squad was
composed of quite a few talented individuals who
may be the future lack Nichlauses or Arnold Palm-
ers. With the Unlimited aid of Coach George King
as both instructor and caddy, the "Greenies" com-
batted fierce courses and powerful teams. Mr.
King's hilarious dry humor brought a little enjoy-
ment into a sometimes snail-paced game.
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peted not only against other teams but also
r against the clock. Sponsoring one of the
most grueling but popular spring sports,
coach Ted Petrucciani and Sister Cecilia
produced a very successful team. Whether
it be pushing the two-mile mark or showing
their fleet-footedness in the 100-yard dash,
this year's teams displayed unending spirit.
Total dedication and a will to win are a
must for any successful team and the Lo-
pez tracksters showed these traits.
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Another first for Lopez was our immensely success-
ful and popular soccer team. These young men and
women worked diligently training for battle with
other area schools. Dedicated coach Nick Herren,
received praise and appreciation from the players.
Their practices were long and hard lasting through-
out the late fall and cold winter. Whether being
kicked in the shin or suffering an assortment of vari-
ous bruises, the team never lost their poise and
spirit. Congratulations, Mr. Herren and the Lopez
Soccer Team, for a very impressive year.
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Top Row, left to right: Colleen Minor, Sister Gail, john Levin, Miguel Lopez, Deirdre Downey, Mike Farmer, Stacy Morris, Bottom Row:
lean White, Phyllis Powers, Phalese Powers, Kathy Gildea, and Pam Fields.
From webbed-feet racing to the ever
popular pep rallies, the varsity cheer-
leaders have worked diligently this
past year. Under the leadership of
captain Phyllis Powers, they led the
Green Wave fans in the victory song
or the "All the Way to State" chant
through the fall and cold winter
months. Aided early in the year by
three male cohorts tMiguel Lopez,
john Levin, and Mike Farmerj, the
squad enhanced the fans' enjoyment
of all the school's athletic activities. A
special recognition goes to three
members. They are jean White, Kathy
Gildea, and Phyllis Powers who have
supported Lopez over the past four
years as cheerleaders.
First row, left to right: Mary Crotty, Kathy Hyland Michelle D Ascanio Back Rosemary Fischetti Lorraine Lill Sue Cook
Chosen for their sincere dedication
and outstanding school spirit, the lu-
nior Varsity cheerleaders supported
very successful football seasons.
Backing their "Mini Waves" 110 per-
cent, they brought new Iife and vital-
ity into sometimes dreary games.
Thanks for keeping the spirit of '76
First row, left to right: lulie Weber, Lori Mahoney, Mary lane McMenamy, Lisa Ehringer, Beverly Goergen, Denise Pepe. Back: Mary Pat
Kelly, and Mica Smarse
Once again, Lopez is gifted with a cute, spirited
freshman cheerleading squad. Basketball is the
sport that annually brings together this fine
bunch of girls. They keep not only the Freshman
spirit, but the spirit of the whole school going.
They prepare and strive for the one day when
they will be honored by becoming Varsity
The back-bone of any productive school is a solid
relationship between the student body and the ad-
ministration. The Lopez S.C.A. fills this need. S.G.A.
President Chris Petrie and sponsor Father David
Ferguson united the class officers to achieve a com-
mon goal-to make Lopez the best school in the
county. This year's Student Government activities
ranged from cleaning graffitti off walls to showing
their views in various letters. The S.G.A. has had
successful grub days and many projects including
the successful Homecoming. The school wishes to
thank this fine group of dedicated and outstanding
Qualifications for admission to the National Honor
Society are good leadership, character, scholastic
ability, and service to the community-traits which
this year's N.H.S. possessed. Under the watchful su-
pervision ofthe club sponsor, Mr. George King, the
N.H.S. had a very productive year concerning
themselves with such profit-raising projects as
"Dollars for Scholars" and sponsoring the yearly
"Teachers for a Day" program. Presiding over the
club this year were President Vicki Welcher, V-Pres.
Frank Cerio, Treasurer Ron McGuire, and Secretary
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Whether the script is a straight-laced Shakespearian
writing, or a comedy adaptation from George Carlin,
the drama club is always ready to perform for the stu-
dents and faculty of Fr. Lopez. Under the sponsorship
and' direction of Mrs. Helen Belanger and Mrs. Raisa
Leorza, the club has succeeded once again in proving
themselves worthy of a round of applause.
Momentum and spirit are successfully generated
through our Pep Club. Whether it is by Spirit Days,
dances, signs, or cheers, power and energy are
boosted among the participants of all sports.
Homecoming festivities are the club's largest inter-
est during the year. This year the theme was Bi-
centennial complete with red, white, and blue
wherever the eye could see. Other activities in-'
cluded a Christmas dance, and a party for children
confined to the hospital during the holidays.
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Key, Keyette Club
Service to the school and community. This is what
the Key-Keyette Club revolves around. Whenever
and wherever help is needed, they are happy to
oblige with an open smile and warm heart. The bi-
ggest project was, of course, assisting the Kiwanis
Club with their annual Pancake Day. Members
flipped pancakes and waited on tables throughout
the day while the profits received were distributed
to the area's youth.
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Under the guidance of Mrs. Dorothy Hyland, this year's Health Careers Club members were provided with guest speakers, films, and
interesting field trips. These activities helped broaden their insight into the medical and paramedical fields. These students were in-
troudced to the society. These medically minded students wish to thank Mrs. Hyland for her dedication and sincere efforts toward the
sponsorship of the club.
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En Passant! Checkmate! These are only two of the several hundred complicating phrases that are used in chess. Under the expert knowl-
edge of Mr. Herren, assisted by Mrs. jerabek, the chess club had a very profitable year. This thought provoking game brings together a
battle of minds to determine the superior. Various fund drives provided the school with several new chess sets and clocks.
If you think the school library is always a serene and quiet place, you haven't attended a Brain Bowl match. Members show an exuberant
spirit and energy as they scream out answers and drill the opposing team with ponderous questions. Little is heard about the Brain Bowl,
but these students deserve our support and appreciation for their intelligence and common sense. Sponsor: Mr. King
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"La Tertulia" a "meeting among friends." Such is
the name and atmosphere of the youngest club at
Lopez. The Spanish Club was established just this
year in fact. lt consists of students taking third and
fourth year Spanish, and later allowing interested
members of Spanish one and two classes. Projects
planned throughout the year included Home-
coming car, decorated in the traditional Spanish at-
tire U st prizej, a brightly colored sombrero-shaped
Pinata for Christmas, a Spanish get-together meal,
and a trip to celebrate a fiesta in Tampa. A hint of
Spanish flair is happily welcomed and appreciated
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This year's school newspaper, The New Green
Scene, has grown to the highest level of journalism,
under the supervision of Mrs. Helen Belanger and
editor Wayne "Sonny" johnson. Whether gouging
their eyes out or pulling hair, they dragged articles
out of sometimes slack columnists. With the finan-
cial aid of Pappy's Pizza the newspaper was able to
get its feet off the ground. This year's expert news-
paper staff challenges the upcoming years to equal
or better the Green Scene of 75-76.
We wish to thank . . .
We finally have reached the point we thought
would never come to, yet it has come, all too
Quickly. The work has been completed at last.
Now we would like to do something that was obvi-
ously forgotten during the year-thank everyone for
We'd like to thank our staff for their extra hours of
time, especially Frank and Larry our photographers,
Terry our editor, and Brian, David, Colleen, Pat, ja-
nice, and Steve.
Thank you one and all.
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A glamorous parade and a determined football
team made this years homecoming a special suc-
cess. The combined seniorlfreshman classes pro-
duced the winning float and the sophomorefjunior
combination DlDN'T! The rain at half time of the
game didn't dishearten the excited few individuals
chosen for the court. The court was:
King 8: Queen-Paul Gillis and Kathy Gildea
Senior Court-lohn Scott and Kate Brookfield
junior Court-Mike Smith and Colleen Minor
Sophomore Court-Mark Lingo and Sue Cook
Freshman Court-Chris Wisely and Mo O'ReiIly
The dance and all other activities were a big suc-
cess, and with the 8-0 victory at the game, Home-
coming '75-'76 was alive!
Salade, Poulet Vallee D'auge avec les pommes
Saut'ees, soupe d'oignon, haricots verts almondine,
crepes, vin sound good? Faculty and French stu-
dents certainly thought it was. This was the menu of
the French dinner prepared by Mrs. Belanger's
French class, and it was pronounced a huge suc-
cess. The climax occurred when teachers made
their own crepes for dessert. Surprisingly, many
teachers made excellent ones, but then again oth-
ers, trying to demonstrate their flipping ability,
flipped their crepes, which missed the pan, and
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The second annual Mr. Father Lopez contest con-
sisted of eleven multi-talented young men. Under
the sponsorship of Mrs. Hyland and the Health Ca-
reers club, the audience was entertained by various
skits and songs. This year's Mr. Lopez Robert Tuttle
adeptly portrayed "Elton john" and did a medley of
his hits. First runner-up Frank Cerio showed his art-
istry at the piano. Miguel Lopez, who showed his
fleet-footedness in doing a popular dance step, was
awarded second runner-up. Kevin Ogden played
guitar and received third runner-up. Con-
gratulations to everyone who took part in this year's
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This year's first girl's Volleyball Team
showed great talent behind the great
leadership of Mrs. Mary Tidmarsh.
Team Captain Patricia Adams lead the
team to a very successful season.
Working hard at practices enabled
our Creenettes to strive for an impres-
sive record. This year's group of girls
should be commended for their out-
standing effort on the court.
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