Father Lopez High School - Veritas Yearbook (Daytona Beach, FL)

 - Class of 1977

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'Y4'e!.,,- fx. -.y , Qu? '-uv. ,,Vx,g1 v f w , 1 in ,QQ-Qaw - A an .-,.. uma 1l?:.Tqr:.AN5,F.1 'r '-.. lf 1 21- 5 la! ' . ip' in ' +- Administration "Can I be transferred from Arts and Crafts to General Math?" "Who do we play next week?" "Are you going to say mass today?" "When do I apply for college?" These are just some of the many questions tackled by Sister Rose Ellen, Principal. Mr. Ken Lipe. Assistant Principal, Father John Picciano, Pas- tor, and Mr. Chuck Mojock, Guidance Counselor. They were always there when you needed them most, and were willing to help with any problems we encoun- tered, ranging from N.E.D.T. scores to whether or not four demerits meant an hour after school or four days. Their diligence at keeping Lopez the closest knit and best run school in the county has shown us that we could always count on them. Let's hear it for the "fabulous four! " 1 ,A T Y W I 6 ABC DEF GHI IKL MNQ PQR STU vwx YZ. . "" fkqhhv-"' Rigs., 1 3 51 if N..-V A .. ur vi glial: Captams Bat Girls ,,- , 5, us'- 'A 1 , . if!! s I. sd' 4' Aw' .e-..' ' " Mmm-f . 3,5173 K.: ,, 8, - f- ' '-5.71 i yy -. ' Q vo My new ' L -fs. ff-14' 4.vt.",, , f ' Q X 1 -J 3- Y "-'sn' f jlkx x, j ,ty l Basketball dh. wf W Qi x Erlxdl T... 1 .A I 'S H an 'gt 2? "" x Q? La . . R9 'N Sw Q xxx MS-WF' 'Sm Mm ff? , ,Ma- . My e L, :VV N , Q, W , ., l -A, ,Aw My A f -.,, - 14,3 I 4, 4 .V . N 4 , 1 , z Y A KD 'S 1 iw ,. Q 3 JK "W Ag Y 1. E li" i, WUIW IZIIIHJQH W, E, 5 , 3 .' g 2 2 J Q f ' s ef ,3 I.V. Basketball "We got the power to, we got the power. to, - whip you!" The I.V. Basketball Team showed this fine determination by beating many of the tough teams that they encountered. The little greenies real- ized that they also had potential to be our powerful team - "The Green Machine" of tomorrow. ii Freshman Basketball The Freshman Basketball team, under the direction of Coach Lingo, saw a lot of action this year and leaves us with the promise of a great Junior Varsity team next year. Elmer Lingo - Coach -Gi X 'U 'dk Y Girl's Basketball This year, the gir1's basketball team graduated from intramural to inter- scholastic competition. Showing strong determination, the group of tal- ented girls gave outstanding perform- ances and came out on top in many tough games. They also made Lopez proud of them by qualifying for the districts in Pierson Taylor. 1 s4J"""-' -ig Beach Who brought the frisbee? Did you forget the cooler again? Where's the Hawaiian Tropic? When it came to weekends, it was time for the beach. The hot sun and cool breezes attracted our student body like bees to honey. It was a place of escapism for everyone. Whether it was from the teachers of Physics or the screaming of moms, the beach was the place to be on weekends Cand any day you could grab in between!J. Come on, sun, only three hours left . . . v I gh, r Y, Q , Bell DDrring. Ouch! Run! We're gonna be late! Who cares? I care! Ever think your entire life could be centered around a little mechanical slavedri- ver? Our beloved bell keeps us hopping in and out of gym suits and classes to the tune of "You're late - that's one demerit." It keeps us moving all day long until 2:03 when students are granted a reprieve - until 8:15 the next morning. . f , is fx, . ix . , :suis rw. if f- f ' X ai L gg '55 1 EQ 1 i 4, ,sg Q be e gl. K... 1 hw 3? gh Brain Bowl At the sound of the buzzer, the Wave Brains caught questions, tossed answers, covered the field from arith- metic to zebras. Mr. King coached them through their mental drills in preparation for matches against teams from all over the state. mf? .. :,. an A sur EW n N t El M :gs me 4 as .will if-N .f .IE Melinda Brumball, Frank Cerio, Sue Farmer, Bill Lloyd, Denise Downey, Tom Horrigan B111 Brookfleld Mike Sim mons , Sue Demming . 32 Efljflf ,rt ' 5 Business Rat a tat atat tata tat - No, the Brit- ish aren't coming and we're not being invaded either. It's the sound of our diligent students struggling to learn the difference between pica and elite in Mr. Gardinier's typing class. Mr. Gardinier was also responsible for the moans and groans coming from room 107 where Accounting was being practiced. Between "typing for one minute" and "assets," students found out what the business world is like . 9 vx K it , , ,K ' . 1 f "1 it N M ,gi x x X lvvry ,.n ,.4. fu, 1 q Q k ,i g 4,3 F N 5, in, , X A S 4 ti Cu I f fn mu- ,.,. . : E X, 1 E, 5 I x A 1 I ,ii . 5 ' fi, wr H el' A M vs 4 fm f 'F 7 4 Y.441,JQ78 153 "1 :fy ,LM pw, ., J! ,,, ,Lv 1. " - " . W. ,S - .1- A fp f-img 'A ,, f ?L 52 '9 ! N f I i B llI.V.l5ll The exihilarated Junior Varsity Cheerleaders were always on hand to support the "Mini Waves." With Maryann Gildea as captain and Mary Pat Kelly as co-captain, the girls showed spirit while they cheered the I.V . 's on. i ,AL Y M V' ,.,- :Q ' ff awww A 2 1 vga,--14 tm- 'fs ,fs si, 4? arf! 4: ,, Yes, .- fr 36 Q .. v V . 4 n. A. ff' .QF ' K' I ,, V . -Eli 1 f , L' . ' , T z "1 1 Q7 ' 'fu S V o .,.. ,Q 9 r ' 'V' K iq mn I 3 ,E Q'-if g.7 1 'ik I A wil? Wiki f- 111. ' rv .1:f:,',.J'-1 . . , ' J' W ff' ""iiL,4ikfM:,Y. N21 if nr f N:1'r'.., 'Q , X 1 1. 3 -ui '.g 1 Q I" I . 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" Sound familiar? If it does, it's no surprise. Lines like this are familiar among Lopez students, especially since the new rule was endorsed. One demerit equals a detention, which is 15 minutes long, If you don't serve this detention, you will receive another demerit and therefore stay a half hour after school, and so on and so forth. As usual, there were some cases that got up into the hours. "What time is it now?" "Four-thirty." "Whew, only one more hour to go." Mr.. I-lerren dedicated much of his time to this worthy cause . 14 V A f'.3j11,,, azg r W , A we 1:fwfsais:1a.sse,ss . .1 .L wg , . QI- ii, 40 I 4 Exams Oh my god! Look at this thing! I'1l never even finish, much less pass!! Psst! Kid! Slide your paper to the left, will ya? What's number 14? Such agony could be caused by one thing. An Exam. An exam is what teachers claim they use to find out how well a student is progressing. Students claim that exams are a torture inflicted on them by teachers who want to get even for the aggravation they've put up with all semester. Rumor has it, however, that teachers dread exams as much as we do. Extracurricular Extracurricular activities are an important part of high school life. If you don't belong to at least 1 club or organization, how do you expect to have any fun? In the beginning, most students claim to have enough trouble keeping up with the regular curricu- lum, never mind the extras. But they usually fall into some kind of group and live through the rush with a smile. Faculty Remember Mr. Janovsky, Miss Fritze, and Sister Mary Doris, the math teachers? Father Charlie Sum, Mr. Dolan, Father Dave Ferguson? What about Sister Clare, Mrs. Hyland, Miss Creaseman? Those are some of the fine faculty our present fine fac- ulty replaced. When we were freshmen, Coach Richart got married. Last year The Richart's and the Tramont's had chil- dren. l-low all have changed! Mrs. B. became a grandma. T wg. .9 ' K if , Z ia . - , x f-1lw+r1i:Lw,f as 44 -wwwm-Vwwaesfsi gm, gf FHL 'r' VH: , 0 -'-- ,K ' H - AP xf -lmqgw. if -- -'xii -if I 1. i 5 gb 5 'B 4 i 3 Y 'Z 5 El ia J F K lf' gg 1 11 ,'L,L A 1,k Vw ,., 43 :,-k, . M QE ft 1 ,1 f.S we Q'- E g 5 ywvl 'QM-, L'AA' W' fx Q' Q I , J-T wil 4335! SL i infix 1 Z2 w 4 1w,,n,.i ay, - Mi 5 M K 5.3 Z4 48 Q- i A 4. 4,1 if ff? ff iiif Fans The noise in the background - the boost to a sagging morale - dedicated supporters of every occasion. They never make it into the limelight but they defi- nitely deserve some recognition. Of course we're talking about the fans. lt takes a special kind of loyalty to cheer on a losing team or brave foul weather for the sake of an hour's screaming and yell- ing. Fortunately, Lopez fans didn't have to endure much of either this year. but we owe a lot to our spirited supporters. 96 --lb, First Aid First aid, an old standby for seniors, got a new look this year as Mrs. Kathy Klayer showed that she truly practices what she preaches. Much valuable information was gained by both stu- dents and teacher as this year's senior class learned what first aid is all about. 531 50 Frustration You've studied for the semester exam. You're confident that you can pass. You receive the test the next day. Your mind goes blank. If this sounds familiar, it's no big surprise. Minor tragedies were com- mon among students this year. Fortu- nately, though, these frustrations were counteracted with moments of bril- t liance, which balanced out the "bring 2 me down days" at Lopez. ff-c, , ' e 1 r tsets it a n ersn Ntit ' 1 y.oeer T " l r f 19, f e ' 5""Q.. , T W .s - . .?. A . ? - : - . QD,s- 5 77,1 29551111 1 234 gait, Football Head Coach Phil Richart directed his team through an undefeated class AA schedule and an impressive 6-4 overall record. With the assistance of coaches Jim Gardinier, Steve Cesari, and Doug Minor, the team continuously improved throughout the season. The captains of this year's squad were Mike Smith and Eugene "Cat- man" Iozzino. Unfortunately Mike Smith suffered a broken arm in the season's second game and was lost indefinitely. However, he continued to exhibit both on and off the field a winning attitude and unyielding desire to help out the team . 52 ,af f i 3 i -Q' 'P , if--' an "4-" Sn Y f3-A r Ft, ig, 'lr gl' +I- -I '-., if l Qfjf Q ' f V ,turf . S Q I i t if- K ' Q, -A A V3 , 0' I ,Q 1 5 .S ' .N . N 1 l.. is '-.JO 6' ef AQ? . , , va., F A I sf' v , 1 v' . 111.1- ' ' Q, ' 721 A M , Wffrgl ig 'Y YW ig" ff lm-1 H I bxfyg : 3 f ii 4" Ki? riff V Ml 3 V, , ' V 4 ," 1'1.,If-fv Q' W f5fW- iiaf- - J -X 5 nz v' lu ' 'uf . 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KZT1 i., lll -lil 3' 0 1 :V ar A '12 ,.Lk '- 1. lr VLLL ' ar H H lC"e5CeniaCifY a 1 14 , 1 lk,,, I t Qian KU a E , X Mainland a 20 3 Lakeland Santa Fe l 6 wig l Rf M'C'C". V K K 3: . N .M : ff' 1: f. -sw QF, L, f, 'K , Q WE' ".. .Citi-:1 V5 K ' 1 rrflr-525 :W :J . 'U' -, 29 N 1 liv a l. L , " H l' ,a,, ' l l Reg""'a' P'aY"ff ,'ll ' L 42 X" K .a,.a ' - an 1,1 ' a a aaaa Q X ' alnn i Hn W Q ' I. V. Football The J . V. Football Team rounded out their season 'with a 2-4-1 record. Coach Trarnom and the Mini-Waves improved upon most past I .V. records. The lineman had the advantage of Coach Mike Powe11's experience Che was a Wave until 19749. " - D 1"Hff"e lffl 11:iQi1lnl1ss:-1naf2v,u...4l W . Golf FORE! This sound could be coming only from the golf team which, either on or off the course, was a winner. With the coaching and humor of Coach George King, the team, comprised of talented individuals, worked hard to go out and conquer the courses. Coach - George King EW 1 W 60 Seniors - Joe Simmons, Chris Weber, Jim Simmons. 13 t t ,, 9, qx 'X i Grub Days Of all the activities in school, Grub days carried the most variety. They ranged from fabulous 50's to ghostly trick or treaters. Students showed spirit by the great numbers who participated in these fun days. 4 -.Q-L '-gL, A 43 Guidance How many credits you need? What college is best for you? When you should apply? Our Guidance Depart- ment handled these problems and more when our upperclassmen got senior jit- ters and our sophs, frosh, and juniors realized there was more to guidance than senior S.A.T. 's. Mr. Mojock was the head of our department and Sr. Miriam assisted him by organizing records and keeping them handy. an 1 K 1: 5212 If at F ,s ,- , -rw-l' -media!!! sf. ' We .,-1 Gusto "You only go around here once, so go with gusto." That was the motto on the Lopez campus during the fun-filled year. Such enthusiasm wasn't seen many other places, except possibly at home while mowing the lawn! 55' t 54' 73:44 , ,f 4 EQQEQ QR' I il ' " ' 1,,. H Ktafga 3 ,-, fifg 2,...!1-2. g egg 'tf, s as iw 'way-ng 'T ai 1 Q' 5 1 x QE 31,53 oi 311 Q51 .ng 35 ' ".f". f Q'v . 'fi' ' ' r 'la s'.'1'r'e rm' tm. , , , , . , Q , . -'H 4:1-',:.j?ffg:,:-3 Halloween style. f 5 -J f 'I , . I Jr' . , HOMECOMING '76-'77 Homecoming went smoothly for everyone. In spite of the customary last minute panic at float buildi ng, the ghosts and goblins were on our side as we celebrated Homecoming f - - t Festivities began with a whopper of a Whopper Eating contest, followed by a spirit raising pep rally. Our two de rated floats were exhibited in 4' lv that night. g . ous homecoming. dn'- ll- , R , . ,J We , , s ,g Q parade from City Island to Memo '76 co- the rial stadium where they were shown again The Greenwave football team rolled over the Santa Fe Hawks for a victori- The highlight of the week was the dance. held at St. Brendans social hall, where Catman Iozzino and Liz Antonich reigned as King and Queen. x QW, . ll i f "" 'I . I if - . s 5 N' , ,Lf ':. xyt. x ii. -, V, ' -' ,4 , .i i h I I fl' ' .,.- at 1 Y' 'figs ,QI .gf ' + nl'-f'T""' . up ' - w A-h ,q' I it I ' , NI: g- A' ' . J , ' Q ws . ,v ,rf ph s' Q if 1 f. . - ' ' w I X , 13 4.4, 1 3-'fl f ' f tp. ., X v Wg' 2- A 'FJ 1 uv ,. Air A - k-'Q 1:51141 . . X - V . ,Q 1, sl IQ! .,, ,gf J i, Vg-g 3 I . N t 5. '7 ' 9 . n 1" '- i. ,,s, L it s Q 41 1- g - I .I 'sz ? I-'SJ 1 L1 ,V 5 VA,- W1 may diff.. 'r-Aging. .I - as ts 1976-77 Homecoming Court Hu King and Queen Liz Antonich and Eugene "Carman" Iozinno 'F' 'F' 'V T .w 4-L A Senior Court ,111 ,JL -.- -H ' I 11, 5 -Ja Homecoming Court 1121.5 I f 1 L9 Slllfll qog pue Aaumoq asguaq zadoq IGLIIPI1 'IW pue zadoq .taqleg ssgw f' ' - :'-lixr' 051'-U13 QPHIN PUT? PI9I.Pi00I9 H198 IIIIOQ UBUIQSQIQ .' A-x f H ,. -1 Q- 1 - l ' if ' f-L, 1 Q ' ' E A 1 ---- puxnarl Aqof pue sxauxumg LIJIX gnaseg ppmg pus mq augeuoq unog axoxuoqdog unog xopunf axgngow uog pun xougyq usanog unog xoguag V, " J ,ff it Hs V431 w -am, 2.41 , 1- K? ' ' Q 9 ' ,I U 1 "V ' v mf X 5-Q. Ni 'FL t . 3' , X, f. .v WJ - gt V . 1 nigg- aoueA apueg pue umoxg uaauuoq unog loguag . , I ., V , ,. , . pl .A - S M' ff 'T f 11 'I ' J 3 5 Q -h , 0 , i J X ' g r 1 'r ,' 1 5 9 ' I i A , , - ..,u.f.. If , ma 91 t t ,,Q, , A i -' hxf f M? . 3 W ,M A ,xl L , M' 'W' g -' :f n,....w,.-Q-4 vw" Q . .-f 'f . n ' "-1' 1 " ' I - , -A ,A . K . ', ff 'T' lei: ,V 1-Y ' -- W H A , . .- k 2 Q , " ij , ' if' . , . 47" Q ' I , , , . I Home EC Baste-stitching, zig zag, broilers and color coordinated foods are just a few words of the vocabulary heard in room 210. Miss McFashion taught her students the basics of what a contem- porary housewife needs to know. From filmstrips on kitchen organization to quizzes on the sewing machine, she molded cooks into chefs and sewing students into seamstresses . The Arts and Crafts students showed that their hands could do more than catch a football or write a math prob- lem. Will Lopez acquire Picassos for their alumni? Maybe Miss Mclfashion knows! I 70 Intramurals lBoys and Girlsj Intramural sports at Lopez have something that appeals to both students and teachers alike. Basketball and volleyball were played with much gusto, and games that pitted the stu- dents against the faculty always seemed to draw an enthusiastic crowd . I f , ,Q'vQ in I 1 ,N I 93 1 4 f. K 4 sxamqngcsgp E- ,. 4- Sf N .. , my 4 If 3 -s sv if 5 I K. I I 4 Q Q il E. 'S f , .. A ,I '-P Z5 me Az? Isl' sf" Al .K g ,:-1, , K H A pig- ff, gjgk,-'E,,f5'i ., ' oi T, W.. ,, fc w. I 2 , w "Ffa W 4 X. x , 1 .1 , if fl! '41 1 A 1 1 Kiddie Pictures Do you know these kids? If you think they're escapees from a local nursery, forget it. They're your senior classmates. .FW- ' . R - , --"--ef, .X - if 2, is PIT -"J 'As 0 4,-ws i 76 QTQFSE Ti .sii l fi 1 KWWVQQK r f"f 4 1 1 f , HQQ1 ' ,Q XR. W . L 4 1 , Q A 'U .-1 b"-'E f s- 1' ,Q 1- 4 fax? " E 6 X Qu' -3,--5-f A hh fa fa' Languages English Father Lopez English classes Are basic , needed tools, And five experienced teachers Clearly explained the rules. Mrs. Cathy Boyle and Mrs. Joan White Covered vocabulary and prose: Poetry and Shakespeare: By any other name , a rose. Helen Belanger and MaryAnn Tidmarsh Taught clauses, verbs, and nouns. Indirect objects and prepositions Like into, up, and down. In addition to these classes Mr. Richart tackled speech. A class where students got the chance to practice what they preach. "Ns, ff X g l 1 5 ii K I-1 ' , nw.. ,M y 79 French Class French Classes this year were a learning experience for everyone involved. Students said French prayers and practiced their dialogue faithfully under the watchful eye of Mrs. Helen "Big B." Belanger. Mrs. Belanger often organized her classes into singing groups and gave her students an oppor- tunity to have fun while perfecting their accents. ., ,TS E, we 4 , 2' 80 3 French Club Between bake sales, spaghetti dinners, and the Miss Father Lopez, the French Club was busily making money for the French dinner. Under the direction of Madame Belanger, the members grabbed their lunches and raced to Room 107 for their bi- weekly meetings. The c1ub's officers were Laureen Connor, president, Dona Kight, secretary, and Liz Bonner, treasurer. Spanish Class Step into room 108 at Lopez and you're likely to feel that you've left the United States behind. This is the room where students learn to speak, write. and think Spanish. Mrs. Raisa Leorza is in charge and as many of her students can testify, when you enter one of her classes, it's like entering another world . ,--Y I .. ,, .11 .- u,,,,,,,,,,,6,,i gin Spanish Club The Spanish C1ub's name - La Ter- tulia "means a meeting among friends." That's just what the club is, a way for Spanish 2, 3, and 4 students to learn about customs and to enjoy themselves. Sponsor Senora Leorza went with the students on trips to St. Augustine and to the Gasparilla Parade in Tampa. Members in real Spanish American costumes rode a car in the Homecoming Parade . too. f-""""' X SP 3 : FRONT ROW, L to R: Larry Jones, David Lloyd, Jeff Ahmed, Frank Cerio, Lisa Lloyd, Mrs. Leorza, Phyllis Mahoney, Susie Demming, T. C. Curry, Olga Ruiz. BACK ROW, L to R: Melinda Brumbell, Melissa Schemmel, Priscilla Bernal, Blaine Staed, Michelle Baron, Rodney Reynolds, Matt Champagne, Maggie Lloyd, Carol Warzecha. Library SSShh . . . Now if you boys don't stop chattering you'11 have to Ieave because other students are trying to work and you're disrupting the library . . . Mrs. Ierabek, do you have any news clippings on frogs? . . . Mrs. Jerabek, I have a term paper on Eski- mos due tomorrow and I can't find any resources . . . Mrs. Jerabek. I need some free advice. It's a wonder our poor librarian doesn't keel over in the rush, but she manages to salvage order out of chaos and is secretly blessed by many stu- dents and teachers. Assisting Mrs. Jerabek again this year was Sr. Miriam, who helped keep order and preserved the "Sounds of Silence" echoing through our library. 'nf as-...1 ,ft M- ww- , 1 .tt--s.,e,.s,g, r- Q ffm 3 Lockers "Listen, there is no way three peo- ple's books are gonna fit in this locker." "Sure there is. We'll just throw out the unnecessary things." "Hey, that's my Geometry notebook!" Sturdy lockers were few and far between at the year's beginning but the P.A. solved the problem with new ones in late November. Lunch One of the daring feats of Lopez stu- dents this year was having a locker by Sister Cecelia's room, a fourth period class in Rm. 109 and the agility to run there and back in time to be the first one in the lunch line. From getting trampled by hungry, determined stu- dents to acquiring a seat on the stage, lunch time was an experience for everyone. vu l Math Graphing clowns with Sr. Cecelia? "CRUD" races on Mr. King's black- board? Everyone knows math is diffi- cult but our teachers tried to make math interesting. Mr. George King, head of the math department, taught Geometry, Alge- bra II, and Analysis to often puzzled students. Right next door in room 101. Sr. Cecelia tackled Algebra I with the freshmen, and Sr. Christine, a new member of our staff, covered Geome- try and Gen. Math. B6 Q--Q. 55 85" .wx w ,Qi I wg r,"f'21"v1 Q ff' if ,ei ' 'li K5 -ifm39f'hv --m' ' 31., . + I W ff ' if ' f, L in wk-ici ., ' ' K ,, . 9, ,digit Q Q V A Q 4 7' Q q ,Q , fm 1 . - A UBRQEAA , Q .-",,,, Monotony Although many people take a dim view of the social benefits at Lopez. there are many others who realize their advantages. Life here is what you make it, and there is really no room for monotony! - 'He 1" I 'fs ' ,Y . :.. e-W .ik J, ,-.,, ., tr , "'e ' -If f-. 2 1 T ,f - 1- " . v " V A W 'L 90 Mouthful The Burger King HAMBURGER EAT- ING CONTEST has become A TRADI- TION at Lopez. Competitors get a chance to cast off manners as they wolf down their whoppers, and spectators get the privilege of watching an unu- sual, sometimes gross, event. STIFF COMPETITION forces many people to practice constantly and they can often be spotted roaming at large on the Lopez campus. PF' Newspaper This year's school newspaper, THE GREEN SCENE, dedicated itself to full coverage of school news, including activities, club news, editorials and business advertisements. Mrs. Belan- ger supervised a staff which contrib- uted to the serious and humorous side of many news stories. Early in the year, Mr. Kermit Coble donated a typewriter to aid the class in publish- ing a better looking Green Scene. - 'rf ,Tr S+' I National Honor Society This year's National Honor Society consisted of special individuals. This esoteric group continuously displayed "Lopez Spirit" through their good leadership, demanding character, scholastic achievement, and service to the community. Under the omni-pres- ent supervision of club sponsor, Mr. George King, the N.l-l.S. had a very active year. Included on the agenda was the profitable "Dollars for Schol- ars." .-.a....,-., viva Q f ii' A Q 2 ,,..-17 ..g.g:5..f,u fi gtffz 1 ., gi ff ' PaPPy'S "Dddrringg, 1et's eat!" Pizza, meatballs, salads, hamburg- ers, the place to go for our lunch was our kitchen with Pappy's supplying the food. Jerry Garey, co-owner, made Pappy's more than just a restaurant: Pappy's became a friend. Jerry even got some of Lopez's smil- ing faces on a commercial filmed especially for Pappy's in their restau- rant. What more could Lopez want from Pappy's? Maybe some beer Qbirch, of courseb on tap? 96 mwfrh- , as- sees lr. .K- F H I' E O n t S 21 O 11 vs- ' CQ- ' Y Y' YF' 7 ,, sf t., , ,Si - .- ,ff 'tt ' , .. u is IN' -W f"'-f ilvhinvqg, t ss J . , ..'ge. -'.. L, . i , M ",' fi-491215 rf l'.J'E ..1,,s'2 H .t..c..,.:.s...-sfllsef , to Right: Mrs. Goergen, Mrs. Weber, Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Bouchard Parents Association Our Parent's Association came to the rescue of the students this year by investing money in new school lockers with help of weekly bingos. The success of the Fashion Show made possible the purchase of audio- visual equipment and typewriters. This year's Parent's Association leaders were Madge Weber - Presi- dent, Judy Cook - Vice President, Mary Bouchard - Secretary, and Caro- line Georgen - Treasurer. Lopez students thank them for the fine support they have shown. Ax M A Parking Lot Vroom, vroom, sccrreechh . . . Recognize this sound? If you have ever stood in our parking lot at 2:03, you're familiar with these noises. lt's the sound of our eager students obsessed with the idea of school's being out. These noises were usually followed by a short crisp announcement the next morning: "There have been several complaints of students driving reck- lessly in and out of the parking lot. If this is continued, you will not be per- mitted to drive to school." Our parking lot also changed into Lake Lopez when we had a rainstorm. The students often found themselves and their cars floating in a sea of mud puddles. 'I1 13 Girls P.E. Mrs. MaryAnn.Tidmarsh, the coach of girls' P.E. , engaged her students in such activities as volleyball, softball. track and field, and tennis. The girls enjoyed the activities, especially the powder and water fights that developed in the locker room. Throwing Mrs. Tidmarsh -I "Matty" - into the shower was the traditional end to a year in these classes. Q J' 14 my 't r is Y iv -ii :S ..,, Y, . .W ., ,. H ,s..,, 1.,-,. A f W... WW. .M U na- .- , ., ff- f -"wi" 99 Boys P.E. Mr. Bruce Tramont. the "little men's" P.E. coach, was in action once again. Some favorite activities, other than football, baseball, and bas- ketball, were peeping through the hole in the girls' locker room or sizing up the girls playing volleyball. What will they think of next? g 'l Qin . r l ,.,f,"r34.a-f iv .Jf if,s1'f!.al91, er,q,,f,.- bfi, 3 gif'-,if L-A 6 Q x4',. .ff wnifii .ef ff? eiffi , 1 5'?ifT"'5' ' ,265-27 .la ig ' fi: . .-g. X V' ,"J5" 'WM f"i5",,'rj,k19.:if V, , G fT' 1 s'. x ,ag Hoff, . f. ,Vi '35-4'-m 4 , L -A i al " ' :Xp ' ' if' Q.-M ""EuE'??t5t'i,,5' is-yn-" .':'7 ' 4 - , ,' U. . 'Sv if. K - , ,s,,.t,.' ' , , ew. A-M I rw. -sf W f . .V f 4 . U. A 100 A? 0 I v 1 S ' is nx 5 UP eh ug ix H gin ix 'IVGN if , 7 f' . . 73 , ' , Rfk 'f K- f V 5 if "' fy. 1 ' .-ev .Q -I S , V, i f K - D . if I f N - 4 - , , .,. - L Q X X,"!fk'? 1 :N xl.. 4 as g Gy ,4 1 ,,, s 5 fi F, SJ" 4 l,As AX K A K fi - f- i x 'Q ' x , , k , I A ' ty N5 , NVQE I fl A 1 4 , A Eg, '4 3" A 4' ff' , ,ii is q ' r A f X--f -. Pep Rallys "First of all, l want everyone to be careful driving to the game tonight. I'd like to thank all the fans who came out to support us last week. lt's good to see our people out there. We know you're proud of us and when we go out tonight we're gonna show everybody WHO Lopez is, WHAT we stand for, and I know we'll come out on top!" That was one of our coaches getting students into a rowdy mood with prom- ises of a great ball game. The cheer- leaders took over from there with tri- cycle races, pie throwing contests and every kind of hilarious skit imagina- ble. All in all, the Pep Rallys this year were a great way of perking up spirit and letting off steam. lO2 Q.-qi Practice Spring through Fall, Lopez students could be seen practicing in various ways. From math problems to football practices each student exhibited his own way of accomplishing his task. Ill ,M .L Q, X- .z ,, f -:jp ,pf warg fs My-nausea' I03 Quiet Times "Sometimes I sits and thinks and sometimes l just sits!" The exciting times are the things we always remember. Like the time seven of us piled into that dinky volkswagon and rode scrunched all the way to Pierson for a game. And the beach party that got busted so we had to run for cover to keep from getting caught. These things do make good memories, but just as important are the quiet times. Once in El while you just have to stop and take a breather. 04 Satisfaction Is . . . being exempted from a test. . . . receiving the highest test score in the class. . . . discovering something in your closet that hasn't yet been worn on Dress-Up-Day. . . . correcting a teacher. . . . momentarily locking eyes with the person you least expected . . . . arriving in class just a smidgeon before the second bell. . . . winning the spirit stick. . . . waking up in the morning to get ready for school and suddenly realizing that it's the weekend . wo, , I 06 1 School Board The Father Lopez School Board of Education is composed of local citi- zens who gave their time to help keep Lopez in working order. One of their duties was to see that diocesan policies were implemented at Lopez. The board developed policies for the school and shared the responsi- bility for raising necessary funds to operate Lopez. S... S.G.A. The Student Government Association tried to close the communication gap between faculty and students. Four officers along with three representa- tives from each class made up the S.G.A. These students, Sr. Gail, and Sr. Cecelia met weekly to handle problems that arose at Lopez. Presi- dent Frank Cerio and his group con- ducted successfully their biggest pro- ject, Homecoming "76. Lopez thanks all the S.G.A. members for constant concern and dedication. ai 5 ' X,..t,+.Qn-vs , 'u.k iu"' ' , ,ip-5 , H0 ,Rf 3321! Y ii ' se. ' an gggqmw . if Ji., . 'fs' gf'-12 ' 5,1 1111 1 1. 1-1 QS' -as P .w 'L -3 9 xx 3 as 45" av 11, , ' N KV. :P .f .1 , " u 4, . 1 I A,'-,. Hi I 0,1 1 If rg ," ff 'np I f ,J X F y A11 .1 s f Q V Q- W' Q. 5111 11 ii A f1fZ4i34g,,, 5V 1, 1. Social Studies A football coach, a basketball coach, and a Home Ec. teacher com- prise the Social Studies department and endeavor to teach Lopez students the formidable American History, Consumer Economics, World Politics, World Culture and Psychology courses. A lot of relevant information mixed with a little bit of useless knowledge makes Social Studies interesting for everyone. e , Q t Q me ,J H if gm s its 552- S if fificir, '. , 'QR' ws , f ' ' 1 K' 5' 3 ' QSM - --1 f V ' 'msn- xjgyii 1 " F . . ' ' Q p", M S LEM fires -3? i ' . s is ,,. i sa- , - A H2 im, 8 Qs. is :nhl 1 . . k .as EW. mg- f ' x 5' ' .2 za g .15 ' TLX , . . A . Atl M Q G ..b " we ' X ASF? ,. af if g .L v 'f 'E rl' ng J '54 wld . w if s1f1.u,:4 3 .3 Cv nf- F Q . . f J l if "ff", f is ,. 2, i ' -'m. K r Sv... , W . A , ,J 1 ff- A ' . 4, K J. 1 , " W AAVVQ V' .. , 1253 Talking Pssst!! Whether trying to gossip in class or discuss football scores over lunch, talking is thc favorite pastime of Lopez students. Just ask the teach- ers. 6 1...,.- x 9 .HW .fl Captain - Angela Wall 1 . x x -YQ. . A . A 'X 1. x. 1 H44 , 4 . Ax ' Q u V -. .... g. N , lg J I 3, ,E s Q xiii.. W lia- I xi! x 6 nr wg i 1 fa 1' K N- 1 iii ,5 4-3 , ga 5. - 4 'E . B s x 'Y S , 1 we X Z., Q-. u-,S Xia 'P 4a,ax YQ 35 fx fg N E b X 1,5 . 0 YN b'-. L X- J i 2 K ,IQA ,4 -. I 5 5,5 ir K AQAAA - f 1. X 4M.,, -X ..4 1. X1 Theology It was a whole new ballgame this year for the Theology department which is headed by our new Pastor, Fr. John Picciano. The spiritual program at Lopez ranged from courses in church history and moral living to the seniors' love, sex, and marriage! Other activ- ities, such as retreats. seminars, and movies were effective fringe benefits. In the newly formed Bible Club, stu- dents had an opportunity to deepen their understanding of scripture. Another addition was the talented folk group that performed at Lopez's spe- cial liturgies. , Azvfitifhi, 111 K " i' ' j HQ' 5. H K 1 ' ff 'ii IIB -hvvrvrwwrnmsuea ,,.,,,-.ww-,M4 H9 Track This year's Girls' track team is coached by Mrs. Boyle, the English teacher. The boys' track team coach is Mr. Mojock, theology teacher and guid- ance counselor. The track team participates in many relays, daily mile runs, and field events such as high jumps, long jump, discus throw , and shot put. As the experts say, "Our track team is always on the run!" Girls' Track Team .A 0 1 Q s ix A! fl u.-. ws., V.,, W 1, T Wa xl ' 120 Boys' Track Team is Q A . s sts L av 4 2 "' - ffl , , 1 Q - I ws X 4, vt ,t':"'Y? . A g: x: 5 f ,iii-C' if 5 ,,, ' " E1 Q 'desk 1 'iq Q i k 4 Ups and Downs Stairs, grades, basketball scores, your love life, whatever you're into, life at Lopez was jusr one big series of ups and downs. Remember the girl who was "Just his friend" but seemed to be much more? Or the guy who scored the last two points in the last second of the basketball game. while you scored the previous 22? Bur, as we all knew, the ups of Lopez more than compensated for the downs, and made our year a growing experience for everyone. V W, X Q! K by , r LF 122 ,T Vi i. my ig .egg lim Veritas "Have you seen the cropping ru1er?" "Yeah. It's underneath the pictures that's underneath the copy. that's underneath last year's year- book." "Gotcha." This year's Veritas staff wasn't the most organized group but they were certainly dedicated to their work. Pictures that were cropped. copy that was typed, was a sign of our dead- lines being met and the anticipation of the best yearbook Lopez has ever had. and fun y FRONT ROW L to R Mrs Belanger Advisor Colleen Mrnor Layout Editor Liz Bonner - Photographer, Laureen Conner - Business Manager Dino Sacco Copy Editor Cat Iozzrno Sports Editor BACK ROW L to R: Deirdre Downey. Liz Antonich, Leanne Mathews Sue Farmer Ioe Simmons Photographer Denrse Downey Sandie DiMartino, Tom Horrigan, Mary Ann 123 Weekends "What time is it?" "Exactly one minute and thirty seven seconds since the last time you asked me." 10, 9. 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, dddrring. All- right! Friday afternoon heralds the beginning of "the weekend" and a reprieve much appreciated by students and teachers alike. For without the weekend, what would there be to look forward to on Mondays?! SS! ' 'i"' -'---- ,.., ' I My-ifv " , ' 2 'iff ' " K - xfwsgfggxi-S ii 3 lg.,-uf wa. .nw .W iw Mwqw x Y- ,,"fJ.f?'f'3 . . gf,f3g,:Hwf2 VT .,7, A1,, 111, Q . ff" .1:"Qf1fei9Sf f w fl ' 2 I ',5g'e1fffaf r if VH. 2. -Q. If ml: . zz. x .f K. , QI, K- H , 5' 1 515.76-W , ' il. 1. -,Z , 1- www: 1 Q , 4- .2 E.. I 1162 w, 415' ,337 If 5 " -" fait: Uafggaiq M .. main. 3 fl gf, 2 , 1 -i. 1. grflz, L25 Hawk J- -- 'M -f wmv-V KL, Q 5: gr., f '.ef.'fL, 3' b 4? ix 1.3. 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I , a Janet Jones Christina Kenney Keiih Kulzer Kathrine Loucks Monique Kassels Victoria Kopriuec Amanda Ledford Kelly McLaughlin Larry Kelly Clint Kraski James Lloyd MaryAnn Mahoney Mike Kelly Leslie Krawczynski David Loconte Karen Martin , Mark Mathews Mitchell Maunsell Bernadette Moser Mike Maunsell Michael Melanson Kristen Motzel Joseph Nordmann Jeff Notarianni Lisa Nowviskie Janis O'Brien Sharon O'Nei11 Nicky Pagliarulo VV? -T it St Scott Petko Aleida Romanach Rosemary Scriva Denise Smarse Duke Pickett Edward Rossario David Seilkop Jay Smith King Pickett Judy Santos Cathy Sheehan Stephanie Sprague Cindy Reynolds Teresa Scott Michael Simko Leslie Staed it qi Stacey Stamper Suzanne Storch Patrick Toomey Charles Vivieno David Wanstall David Wise Christine Weigand Robert Wolf 3 t " e Q . a P Y Roberta Wyllie r E fe . 4 6 Q 1 77 Lmlghfy f1l'lC Class 01' 79 Q QKQ G4 ED 1, ,xv . 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Tom Wilson 5. Denni Downey 6. DeDe Sacco and Daphne 7. J. L. 8. Frank Cerio 9. Barb Rinaldi I50 page 149 1. Rob Tuttle 2. Olga Ruiz 3. Brian Rowley 4. Matt McGrane 5. Sam Spitler 6. Susie Farmer 7. Lisa Lloyd 8. Teresa Curry 9. Liz Antonich 10. Phalese Powers 11. Frank Silvestris 12. Dawn Coble 13. Leanne 14. Frank Baker 15. Pam Fagan 16. Drexel 17. Monica 18. Pat Thurman 19. Angela Wall 'k l' 'im 1 Q 4 fax ,, V , I! 9 1 g Mike Alvarez John Barton Kevin Amara Debbie Borges Janet Anania Dick Brookfield Julie Baker Melinda Brurnball 'pan' Robert Burns Pat Conley Carol Cannariato Richard Coody Dorian Carter Stephen Cooper Todd Chapman Dennis Culver Q 'si 2 ' Dawn Daehler Pam Daly Deirdre Daly Mary Donohue 11' " Denise Duda Maura Elston Billy Fagan Guy Foster Sandra Freeman Mary Ann Gildea Beverly Goergen William Harkins - Phyllis Houck Mary Jane Hughes Joe Ireland Takao Kawamata Tim Keefe Carolyn Kelly Mary Pat Kelly Edward Kertis Christine Kosky Teresa Lefils Mike Kosky Joanne Lill 99" g 'g "-' 2 A :H 'Y ,-F 5 ,F A H" K ' if ' gf A gg' Q ' Af- - . i L It X if ' ' I' 1 ?' -f ,. 531 K' L L, l +P ' ,gn 5 ' Scott Lingo Maggie Lloyd David Lloyd Carol McCloskey 1. L 'X Maura McGrane Tim MacDonald Philip Maroney Mark McLaughlin Joe Manchisi Greg Metz Marylane McMenamy Jackie McNamara SLE' "Qi M " A if l l ' l K R' it Q'.,,.x'- Kevin Nelson Robbie Newsom Greg Nietling Alice Nolan Stephen O'Dwyer Terri Porter Maureen O'Rei11y Celeste Price Denise Pepe Jennifer Reynolds Carol Peshek Polly Roby Katherine Rockwell Thomas Rockwell Phyllis Roy David Ruiz -fi Melissa Schemmel Nora Smith Chris Teare Mike Simmons Kim Summers Andrew VanKooten Mica Smarse Greg Smith Jack Wade Carol Warzecha Julie Weber Becky White 'L q Mary Wigmore Colleen Willan Richard Winters Cris Wisely Joanne Wylhe gb "U"-' ., ,,.. K.-HN' Y nf ... m R 1 gf , ,- -2 92' lrrgxnsm e- e 1 . 55:31- ' .. .. ' 2- 1251- Eg.. -tug:-fgg 4' 'S 'T -' :::n .,,, M- iiigvggur- -we MW , 0,3 ggnlll LO!!! 'Gliilllln , b 66 ' 79 Super' great Class of '78 V51-:Pj , r , 5 j xv Q y I J- H -fi-gf Mfadwuw 'WW Homeroom 5102 Homeroom 8103 sg I-,,,....un 451, ' ' Homeroom 8206 I ! + 1 ,. is 91-ii, .V ... ,... 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' , Q 4"3'p- yo E ,Y 3: 0 me QE E :SGH- ELIZABETH ANN ANTONICH "Liz" April 28, 1959 Daytona Beach, Florida Drill Team, 1 - 2 Swim Team, 1 Cheerleader, 1 - 4 G.A.A. , 1 - 2 S.G.A. . 1 Field Day, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Pep Club, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Track Team, 2 - 3 - 4 Lettered Intramural Bas- ketball, 2 - 3 - 4 Keyette Club, 3 - 4 Prom Committee, 2 - 3 Yearbook, 4 Newspaper, 4 Earth Science Award, 3 Miss Lopez Contest, 1 STEPHANIE BOBBITT "Stephanie" August 9, 1959 Brighton, Massachusetts Pep Club, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Chess Club, 1 Drama Club, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Health Careers, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Swim Team, 1 - 2 - 3 Daybreak, 2 - 3 - 4 Intramural Bowling, 2 Volleyball, 2 Girls Track Manager, 3 Keyettes. 3 - 4 182 FRANCIS BAKER "Bake" October 6, 1959 Daytona Beach, Florida Football, 1 - 4 Swimming, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Lettered Soccer, 3 Key Club, 3 CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH BONNER "Liz" February 2, 1959 Chapel Hill, North Carolina Newspaper, 1 - 4 S.G.A. , 1 F.H.A. , 1 French Club, 1 - 3 - 4 Golf Team, 1 French I Award, French II Award, French III Award, English Award, Prom Committee, 2 - 3 Keyette Club, 3 - 4 Yearbook, 4 Baseball Manager, 4 Homecoming Court, 2 l N 1 WILLIAM BROOKFIELD "Bill" May 26, 1959 Daytona Beach, Florida Football, 1 - 2 Basketball Manager, 2 Soccer, 3 - 4 Brain Bowl, 4 ROBERT BROWN "Bob" September 1, 1959 Cincinnati, Ohio Basketball, 1 - 3 - 4 H.R. Officer, 1 Football, 2 - 3 - 4 Track, 3 - 4 Oratorical Contest, 3 LONNEEN BROWN "Lonneen" May 19, 1959 Orlando, Florida Pep Club, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Health Careers, 1 Drama Club, 1 - 2 Keyettes, 3 - 4 Intramurals, 2 Class Officer, 3 S.G.A. , 3 Prom Chairman, 3 Public Relations, 3 Scorekeeper. 3 - 4 Class President, 4 S.G.A. , 4 Miss Lopez - 3rd Runner Up SHELLEY CARRIN "She1ley" November 23, 1959 Daytona Beach, Florida Drama Club, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Newspaper Staff, 3 - 4 Yearbook, 3 - 4 Daybreak, 3 - 4 School Correspondent, 4 Easter Seals Volunteer, 2 Intramurals, 2 Heart Fund Cyclethon, 1 183 FRANCIS CERIO "Frank" March 29, 1959 Canastota, New York S.G.A., 1, 4 president 4 Band, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Cvice pres. 35 Optimist Oratorical Contest 2nd place Brain Bowl, 2 - 3 - 4 fco-captainj 4 N.H.S. , 3 - 4 vice pres. 4 Spanish Club, 3 - 4 County Bicentennial Comm. Treasurer, 3 - 4 American Legion Oratorical Contest, 3 MARK CHAMPAGNE "Mark" October 14, 1958 Daytona Beach, Florida Swimming, 1 - 2 - 3 Band, 1 - 2 - 3 A.V. Aid, 1 - 2 - 3 Intra. Basketball, 3 - 4 Football Manager, 4 Pep Club, 4 Basketball 184 MARK CHAPPUIS "Chape" October 18, 1959 Sharon, Connecticut Football, 1 - 2 - 3 Basketball, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 lettered H.R. officer 1 STACY CHARLES "Stacy" August 15, 1958 Daytona Beach, Florida Football, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Basketball, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Baseball, 1 CAROLYN DAWN COBLE "Dawn" December 18, 1958 Daytona Beach, Florida Swim Team, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Science Fair Award, 2 Chemistry Award, 3 Yearbook, 4 Newspaper, 4 Prom Committee, 4 Keyettes, 4 DANIEL COSTELLO "DaI1' ' January 13, 1959 Pittsfield, Mass. Chess Club, 1 - 3 - 4 LAUREEN CONNOR "Kenner" March 5, 1959 Daytona Beach, Florida Flag Team, 1 G.A.A., 1 H.R. Officer, 1 Intramurals, 2 Keyette Club, 3 - 4 Softball Team, 2 Swim Team, 3 - 4 French Club, 3 - 4 fpresidentj Newspaper, 3 - 4 Yearbook, 3 - 4 Cbusiness manager, 45 TERESA CURRY "T.C." May 22, 1959 Daytona Beach, Florida Pep Club, 1 - 3 - 4 G.A.A. , 1 Bowling, 2 Softball, 2 Vol- leyball, 2 Spanish Club, 2 - 3 Keyette, 3 185 JOSEPH DANA "Joe" June 13, 1959 Brooklyn, New York Band, 1 - 2 - 3Drama Club, 2 - 3 - 4 TAMARA DePALMA "Tami" August 29 , 1959 Old Tappan, New Jersey Pep Club, 1 - 2 G.A.A. , 1 Drama Club, 2 186 CHARLES D'ASSARO "Charlie" January 7 , 1959 Rosedale , New York Football, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Mr. Legs, 1 Intramural Basketball, 1 - 2 - 3 Key Club, 4 Soccer, 4 Baseball, 4 DEIRDRE DOWNEY "Dridge" June 26, 1959 Brooklyn, New York American Legion Award, 1 Pep Club, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Sweet- heart, 2 Secretary, 3 President, 4 Health Careers Club, 1 - 2 - Vice President 3 Field Day, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 H.R. Officer, 1 - 3 - 4 Interscholastic Volleyball Lettered, 3 - 4 Keyette Club, 3 - 4 N.H.S. , 3 - 4 Cheerleader, 2 - 3 DENISE DOWNEY "Denni" July 6, 1960 Brooklyn, New York PepClub, 1-2-3-4v.p. 4DramaC1ub, 1-2-3-4 Health Careers Club, 2 - 3 Intramural Basketball, 2 - 3 Drum Majorette, 3 N.H.S., 3 - 4 Brainbowl, 3 - 4 Miss Father Lopez, 3 Volleyball, 8 - 4 Keyette, 3 - 4 French Club, 4 Flag team captain, 2 PAM FAGAN "Pam" November 11 , 1959 Daytona Beach, Florida Pep Club. 1 - 4 Health Careers Club ELIZABETH EVANS "Liz" March 26, 1959 Stuttgart, Germany Track, 3 - 4 Intramural Basketball, 3 Spanish Club, 3 - 4 Pep Club, 4 TERRI FAGAN "Terri" May 7, 1959 Daytona, Florida Flag team, 1 G.A.A. , 1 187 SUSAN MARIE FARMER "Susie" October 2, 1959 Royal Oak, Michigan Swim Team, 1 - 2 - 3 Captain, 4 Pep Club, 2 - 3 - 4 H.R. officer, 2 G'.A.A. , 2 Volleyball Intramural Captain, 2 Field Day, 2 Keyettes, 3 - 4 Brain Bowl, 3 Captain, 4 N.H.S. , Secretary 3, Pres. 4 Prom Com. Chairman, 3 Class Treas. , 3 S.G.A. Rep. , 4 Literary Mag. Editor, 4 LAURA FORNARI "Laura" February 18, 1959 Chicago, Illinois Pep Club, 1 - 2 - 3 Health Careers Club, 1 - 2 - 3 N.H.S. , 3 - 4 Drama Club, 1 Keyette Club, 3 H.R. Officer, 1 - 2 Prom Comm. , 3 Intra. Basketball, Volleyball, Bowling, 2 188 MARTIN FAVIS "Marty" November 20, 1959 Daytona, Florida . Basketball, 1 Chess Club, 1 - 2 Health Careers Club, 1 Ten- nis, 2 - 4 Intramural Basketball, 2 - 3 - 4 Girls Basketball Coach, 2 - 3 Participant in District 3 Tennis Toum. , 2 Golf, 3 District Golf Meet, 3 Key Club, 4 BETH FOX "Beth" July 4, 1959 Pittsburg, Pennsylvania Swim Team, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 lettered 2 Pep Club, 1 - 4 G.A.A., 1 - 2 Flag Team, 1 Field Day, 1 - 2 Keyettes, 4 Prom Com. 3 MARK FRITZ "Mark" April 13, 1959 Brooklyn, New York Band, 1 - 2 - 3 Drama, 1 - 2 Chess Club, 2 - 3 DAPHNE HOLLON "Daph" June 21, 1959 Daytona Beach, Florida G.A.A., 1 - 2 Pep Club, 1 - 2 Health Careers Club, 1 N.E.D.T. Award, 1 - 2 - 3 Intra. Volleyball, 2 Swim Team, 3 Newspaper, 3 - 4 Yearbook, 3 - 4 Ceditor, 43 Key- ette Club, 3 English Award, 3 French Club, 3 - 4 Soccer Mgr. , 4 ANDREW C-AUDER "Andy" April 7, 1959 Chicago, Illinois THOMAS JAMES HORRIGAN "Tom" November 18, 1959 Charlottesville, Virginia Football, 1 - 2 lntra. Basketball, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Baseball, 2 - 3 - 4 Soccer, 3 - 4 Chess Club, 3 - 4 N.H.S. , 3 - 4 Hurst Field Day, 3 - 4 French Club, 4 Yearbook, 4 Newspaper, 4 189 EUGENE IOZZINO "Carman" luly 21, 1959 Syracuse, New York Football, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Captain, 4 Track, 3 5 4 Yearbook, 3 - 4 Newspaper, 3 - 4 Basketball Manager, 3 - 4 Intramural Basketball, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 KATHLEEN ANNE KENNY "Kate" January 13, 1959 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Drill Team, 1 Swimming, 1 - 2 - 4 Health Careers, 1 Prom Committee, 1 - 2 G.A.A., 1 - 2 Pep Club, 4 Yearbook, 4 Newspaper, 4 French Club, 4 l90 GREG JONES ' 'Greg" February 12, 1959 Germantown, Pennsylvania Surf Club, 2 KENNETH KITCHENS "Kenny" December 23, 1958 Deland, Florida Football, 2 - 3 - 4 Intramural Basketball, 2 Chess Club, 8 KRISTINE KOMATZ "Kris" September 8, 1959 Daytona, Florida Drama Club, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Pep Club, 1 Daybreak, 2 - 3 - 4 C.O.R. , 2 JOHN LASTINGER "l.L. " November 7, 1958 Daytona, Florida Football, 2 - 4 Basketball, 2 Cmanagerb Baseball, 2 - 3 - 4 Intramural Basketball, 2 - 3 - 4 CM.V.P. 2 - 33 Homecoming Court, 2 Soccer, 4 MONICA LAMMERS "Monica" August 1, 1959 Daytona, Florida Swim Team, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Pep Club, 1 - 2 - 4 Health Careers Club, 1 Daybreak, 2 - 3 - 4 Drama Club, 4 LISA LLOYD "Lisa" February 19, 1959 Norfolk, Virginia Pep Club, 1 - 3 - 4 Drama Club, 3 - 4 4-H Club, 3 Spanish Club, 3 - 4 Epiphany Folk Choir, 3 - 4 191 PHYLLIS MAI-IONEY "Phyllis" September 16, 1959 Boston, Massachusetts G.A.A., 1 Intramural Volleyball, 2 Intramural Basketball, 2 Intramural Bowling, 2 Spanish Club, 3 - 4 TIMOTHY McCLOSKEY "Tim" October 8, 1959 Detroit, Michigan Baseball, 1 Intramural Basketball, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Band, 2 - 3 Swimming, 2 - 3 - 4 Chess Club, 3 Varsity Basketball Man- ager, 4 192 LEANNE MATTHEWS "Leanne" January 15, 1959 Brooklyn, New York Swimming, 1 - 2 Intramural Volleyball, 1 - 2 Pep Club, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 G.A.A. , 1 Field Day, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Cheerleader, 2 Tennis, 2 - 3 - 4, lettered 2 - 3 - 4 Track, lettered 2 - 3 - 4 Soccer, 3 Softball, 4 Yearbk. , 4 Newspaper, 4 Intramural Basketball, 2 - 3 - 4 MATTHEW MCGRANE "Matt" April 29, 1959 Elizabeth, New Jersey Football, 2 - 3 - 4 Baseball, 2 Intramural Basketball, 2 - 3 - 4 Soccer, 3 - 4 Track, 3 - 4 RONALD MCGUIRE "Ron" April 7, 1958 Winter Haven, Florida Football, 1 - 2 - 3 Intra. Basketball, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Track, 2 N.H.S. , 3 - 4 Soccer, 3 - 4 COLLEEN JOY MINOR "Bird" March 20, 1959 Oneida, New York Cheerleading, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Homecoming Court, 3 Swim Team, 1 - 2 Pep Club, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Drill Team, 1 H.R. Officer, 1 Yearbook, 3 - 4 flayout editor, 45 Newspaper, 3 French Club, 2 - 3 - 4 Intra. Basketball, 2 - 3 - 4 Keyette Club, 4 LISA MCMENAMY "Mac" October 23, 1959 Daytona Beach, Florida Pep Club, 1 - 2 Intra. Bowling, 1 Basketball, 2 - 3 - 4 Track, 2 - 3 - 4 Field Day, 2 - 3 - 4 Picfu re Available TERRY MCNAMARA "Terry" July 5, 1953 Erie, Pennsylvania Basketball, 3 - 4 STACY MORRIS "Stacy" EDWARD M. NORDMANN "Red" November 23, 1959 Daytona Beach, Florida November 27. 1959 Jacksonville, Florida Cheerleading, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Ccaptain, 45 G.A.A. , 1 Pep Football, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Intra. Basketball, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Mr. Club, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Flag Team, 1 Field Day, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Father Lopez, 2 Track, 2 Intra. Basketball, 3 - 4 N.H.S. , 3 - 4 Keyette, 3 - 4 Prom Comm. , 3 Hurst Field Day, 3 THOMAS O'BRIEN "O'B" KEVIN OGDEN "KeVin" ' February 24, 1959 Camden, New Jersey November 6, 1959 Rota, Spain Pep Club, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Chess Club, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Cpresident, Basketball, 1 - 2 - 3 Football, 2 Prom Comm. , 3 Intra. Bas- 1 25 Swim Team, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 lettered Ccaptain, 45 Football, 1 ketball, 4 Tennis, 4 Key Club, 4 lntra. Basketball, 2 - 3 - 4 Soccer, 3 - 4 lettered Key Club, 3 - 4 N.E.D.T. Award, 3 Basketball Statistician, 3 - 4 194 I 1 ROBERT PETKO "Skip" August 9, 1959 Daytona, Florida Swimming, 2 - 3 - 4 Intramural Basketball, 2 Football, 3 - 4, lettered 3 - 4, Soccer, letter, 3 - 4 RODNEY REYNOLDS "Rodney" December 27, 1959 Syracuse, New York Intramural Basketball, 1 - 3 - 4 Football, 2 - 3 - 4 Spanish Club, 3 - 4 PHALESE POWERS "Phee" luly 6, 1959 Daytona, Florida Cheerleader, 1 - 2 - 3 Pep Club, 1 - 2 - 3 Intramural Basket ball, 1 - 2 BARBARA RINALDI "Boob" November 5, 1959 Waterbury, Connecticut Intramural Basketball, 2 - 3 Track Team, 2 fteam manager 33 Keyette Club, 4 Bowling Team, 1 Softball, 2 GABRIEL ROMANACH "Gabe" July 26, 1958 Havana. Cuba Football, 1 Chess Club, 1 - 2 Soccer, 3 - 4 OLGA RUIZ "Olga" February 23, 1959 Bronx, New York H.R. Officer, 1 - 2 Pep Club, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Swim Team, 1 - 2 G.A.A. , 1 lntra. Volleyball, 1 - 2 Basketball, 2 - 3 - 4 Bowling, 2 Miss Lopez Contestant, 2 Spanish Club, 3 - 4 N.H.S. , 3 - 4 Prom Comm. , 3 196 BRIAN ROWLEY "Brian" June 26, 1959 Ankara, Turkey Chess Club, 1 - 2 Intra. Basketball, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Band, 2 H.R. Officer, 2 Soccer, 3 - 4 S.G.A. Rep. , 3 - 4 Key Club, 3 Pep Club, 4 DAVID RUSSELL "David" September 10, 1959 Tampa, Florida Football, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Track, 2 - 3 Basketball, 3 Tennis, 4 Science Fair Honorable Mention, Regional, 2 DENISE SACCO "DeDe" April 11, 1959 Daytona Beach, Florida G.A.A., 1 - 2 Pep Club, 1 - 2 Field Day, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Intra. Basketball, 2 - 3 Volleyball, 2 Softball. 2 French and English Award, 1 Religion Award, 2 Yearbook, 3 - 4 fresearch and copy editor, 49 Newspaper, 3 - 4 French Club, 3 - 4 JAMES SIMMONS "Jim" July 11, 1959 Daytona Beach, Florida Golf Team. 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 lettered Pep Club, 1 - 2 Intra. Basketball, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 S.G.A. Rep., 2 Soccer Team, 3 lettered Key Club, 3 N.H.S. , 4 Picture Noi' Available FRANK SILVESTRIS "Frank" May 29, 1959 Worcester. Massachusetts JOSEPH SIMMONS "Joe" July 11, 1959 Daytona Beach, Florida Golf Team, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 lettered Basketball, 1 - 2 - 3 Health Careers Club, 1 - 2 DBCL referee, 1 - 2 - 8 - 4 S.G.A. Treas. , 2 Key Club, 3 - 4 Yearbook Photographer, 4 Newspaper, 4 VIKTORIA L. SLOAN "Vikki" January 29, 1959 Orlando, Florida Drama Club, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 C.C.D. Aide Cchurch, 1 teacher, 33 Intra. Bowling, 2 French Club, 3 - 4 SAM SPITLER "Sam" September 13, 1959 Syracuse, New York Chess Club, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Intra. Basketball, 3 - 4 J98 MICHAEL SMITH "Mike" June 13, 1959 Chicago, Illinois Football, 2 - 3 - 4 All-County 2 - 3, All-State, Daytona Bch. Quarterback Defensive Player, Ormond Bch. Grid Iron Club Defensive Lineman, co-captain, 4 Track, 3 - 4 Basket- ball, 3 Junior Court, 3 PATRICK THURMAN "Pat" January 16, 1959 Daytona Beach, Fla. Football, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Basketball Manager, 1 Chess Club, 1 - 2 Pep Club, 1 - 2 - 3 Intramurals, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Tennis, 2 - 3 - 4 S.G.A. Rep.. 2 - 4 N.H.S., 3 - 4 Brain Bowl, 3 - 4 Soccer Team, 4 Chickum Club, 3 - 4 ROBERT TUTTLE "Rob" RANDE VANCE "Showboat" September 15, 1959 New Haven, Connecticut December 30, 1959 Jacksonville, Florida Intra. Basketball, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Golf Team, 2 - 4 N.E.D.T. Football, 2 - 3 - 4 Basketball, 2 - 3 Baseball, 2 - 3 - 4 Award, 2 Soccer, 3 - 4 Mr. Father Lopez, winner, 3 Year- book, 4 Chorus, 1 ' ANGELA WALL "Angela" DREXEL WASSEM "Drex" October 20, 1959 Daytona Beach, Florida May 19, 1959 Council Bluffs, Iowa Pep Club, 1 Health Careers Club, 1 - 3 Tennis, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Drama Club, 1 Daytona Playhouse, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Yearbook, 3 Intra. Basketball, 2 S.G.A. vice pres. , 3 Class vice pres. , 4 Newspaper, 3 - 4 Awakening, 3 - 4 Daytona Community Keyettes, 3 N.H.S. , 4 French Club, 4 4-H Club pres. , 3 College Theatre, 3 - 4 Deland Shoestring Theatre, 4 Public Relations Club, 3 CRIS WEBER "Cris" September 18, 1959 Dayton, Ohio Golf Team, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 CM.V.P., 2 - 33 Drama Club, 1 Football, 2 lntra. Basketball, 2 Soccer Team, 3 - 4 Key Club, 4 PAMELA WYLLIE "Pam" October 2, 1959 Cape Cod, Massachusetts Drama Club, 3 Prom Committee, 3 Daisy Mae, 3 Algebra and English Award, 1 English Award, 3 200 JOHN GREGORY WOLFERSTEIG "Greg" January 23, 1959 North Miami, Florida Basketball, 1 - 2 - 3 Football, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Baseball, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 fbest fielding average, 33 I-l.R. 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Holidays - 7:30 A.M. , 9:00 A.M., 6:30 P.M. Sundays - 7:30, 9:00, 10:30 A.M. , 12 Noon Confession - Saturday 4:00 P. M. to 5:00 P. M. and Following Vigil Mass 19047 258-5041 Grinders and Spaghetu P1zza and Greek Salad Draft Beer and Bottle STAVRO'S PIZZA HOUSE You ve Tried the Rest" "Now Try the Best Open From 4 P.M. -11 P.M. Friday and Saturday 4 P. M. -10 P.M. Weekdays and Sunday Closed Wednesday TONY 81 PAT'S HOMEMADE PIZZA Beer - Wine - Subs - Stromboli - Spaghetti Dme In or 262 3 Beach Street 30 N Grandview Ave. 112 Blk. Nao. of Main St Take Out Orders Daytona Beach Florida DaYt0Ua Beach' Fla Phone 258-9211 BASS 81 SWAGGERTY WHOLESALE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS 330 Carswell, Holly Hill ' no UGS .e NW? 'slap Quality Surfboards Skateboards 8a Parts T-Shirts ' Swimwear Sandals ' Wet Suits 761-9832 3414 S. Atlantic Av. Daytona Bch. Shores A1A - 1 Blk. North of Port Orange Bridge 0 ny ar era J , s., s. .W X y Y Congrafulaiions 'lo 'rhe Class of '77 Restaurant 8a Cocktail Lounge Closed Sundays ' Florida Lobster ' Shrimp ' Frog Legs STEAK DINNERS THE BROOKFI ELDS also Famous Barbera Prepared Italian Dishes Open 4 P. M. Bankamericard - Master Charge American Express Banquet Facilities U.S. Hwy. 92 253-9812 Opposite Dog Track 81. Intl. Spway. RED CARPET DEVELOPMENT CCDRPORATION notuwav BEDS Hospmu. fouuwslvr EXERCISE eouvpuslvr VOLUSIA PETROLEUM AND PM-.... DISTRIBUTING INC. , U-R T-IT 229 No . O1'Ch3I'd Si. O . B . Rental Headquarters 672-5213 TELEPHONE 252-6551 Congratulations to the Class of '77 g3L,ig,g MARY MWOR' DAYTONAJEJRC?-'6?lvAg?3981S PATRONS "MIKE'S GROCERIESH FRESH MEATS, SANDWICHES. Beer and Wine. 175 'A South Atlantic Avenue Best Wishes to the Class of '77 - Ann L. Metz Mr. Mrs. W. E. Loucks - Congratulations and a Happy Future! Eleanor Nelson - Good Luck Class of '77 Congratulations to Colleen! Love Wally and Wilma Wonderful, Doug. The U-RENT-IT Family! KENNY'S LIQUCR STORE 720 Ridgewood Ave. P.O. 767-9000 Congratulations to - The Class of '77 Gqfzibfiarzce Usnfsi 801 MASON AVENUE DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. 32017 Phone 255-1486 OORNAMENTAL IRON OSTRUCTURAL STEEL EIEIIIEQESSYKHHB MIIB? PROBLEM. 10.000 CUSTOM COLORS WE MATCH ANY COLOI F0R'CAT'0N mms mlm 1. sum! '5::gghQ4?'NG 3' RUST man-nu comms ll YRS. SflVlNG DAYTONA Free . Esfimofes dm' ' ' ' ..s,,,,N 255 -647 1 ona:'sf.?:.m" m1n:Lu.':o:'e?l.Lm' I 672-2440 I TOO 8, YONOE. OIU. ICN. P Best of Luck Always - Dr. and Mrs. Shafaat Ahmed and Family Congratulations! - Mr. and Mrs. John G. Hammer Good Luck in Everything You Do - Lynn Skeans Congratulations to the Class of 77 - The Ruiz Family Go Get 'Em Waves - Shirley S. Elliott Congratulations Seniors Good Luck in the Future - Dr. and Mrs. Bobby McGuire Best Wishes and May Your Future Be Successful - The Fischetti Family Michael R. Blais, M.D. - Best Wishes to the Senior Class - Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rinaldi Congratulations Class of '77 - Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Warzecha The Junior Class Mr. and Mrs. James Baker Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Chase Congratulations to Our New Graduates! - Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sheehan Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kertis Good Luck to the Class of 77 - Mr. and Mrs. Lawerence Summers Congratulations to the Class of 77 - Ethel C. Kelly The Cesari Family 224 Good Luck Ron, Bill, and Bob - Mr. and Mrs. James F. Brown Congratulations to Colleen! - Love Your Brother, Doug Minor To the Class of 77 - May You Have a Successful Future - Mr. and Mrs. H. O'Neill Best Wishes to the Class of 77 - Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Lloyd Try Not to Make Waves and You Will Have "Smooth" Sailing - Good Luck Always - D. E. I-Iorrigan III Good Luck Class of 77 - Edward A. Favis, M.D. , P.A. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas DiMartino Mrs. Kathy Klayer Go Greenwaves - The Barry Freilichs Success in All Your Endeavors - Mr. and Mrs. George Willian Success to the Seniors of 77 - Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gillis McCall-Simmons Assoc . P . A . Success in All Your Decisions - Mr. and Mrs. Al Legg Halifax Reporter Newspaper Best Wishes for a Happy Future - Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Morris Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kelly and Family Good Luck, 77 - The Big B's A fig' af: -. Wig, ,.. ' fg54l2'! , f 'ZS-37? . ' 14" I AP4 , gt, TV' ,- fd 'TEH gffwfga vw ,. 4:5 ' MMA' .f qthlfw ' Affigf' fi , lF1'f,' in ffsy, JS. 1 , 2t?55i4' T4 Jo, Q ,V ,Am


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