Father Lopez High School - Veritas Yearbook (Daytona Beach, FL)
- Class of 1980
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copies please, Mrs. Jerabek. What would we do without her?
Though small in size, she moves swiftly. Not too many
people realize that Helen Jerabek arrives at the library
around 6:30 A.M. and leaves school after 3:00 P.M. Her job
description is vast, with responsibilities not only to students
and teachers, but to parents and the Diocese. She also works
in coniunction with the public school libraries and county
libraries. Mrs. Jerabek has been with Father Lopez for eight
years. The only way to say thank you for all the time and
effort would be to dedicate this year's Veritas to her. So,
Mrs. Jerabek, this one's for you.
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Stephen Acton Tanya Antoniuk
Heather Armstrong Mike Baker
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Margaret Bednar Lisa Bernardini "D0ffnftHfY0 70-" Pat Berndt Tom Bernhardt
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Patricia Burns Tommy Burton
Chris Calabucci Ellen Caravoti
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Tim Cook Caroline Costello
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Helen Dodd ' Ronald Duffy "TWO ffvdf Checking 0'-" 'he field' H Andree Dumermuth Chrissie Dunn
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Melissa Dunn Sue Eardley
Michelle Engemann Jeff Farmer
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"Sometimes if doesn't pay to get out of bed!" Victor Riley Dclvld RObir1SOr1 "Wind me UP Gnd VN fOll0w you anywhere!"
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Nick Santos Mary Schmidt
Paul Shaw Suzanne Shay
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Mary Ellen Osterndorf
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Leigh Ann Simmong "Oh . . . l'd rare him a 2." Ting Sigon "No way. . . lefme have my books back. "
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"The bathroom isn 't open. " "Ahh . . . to sit in the chair of authority. "
Front Row - L to R: Chris Calabucci, treasurerg Chrissy Dunn, secretaryg Bobby Lloyd, president. Standing
--Oohnook up in ,he skylv- L to R: Lisa Rainey, vice pres.g Jennifer Johnson, business manager.
Mary Ellen Osierndorf
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WE WORK TOO HARD TO LOSE!
The I979-80 edition of the Green
Wave Varsity Football Team rolled
to a 7-4 overall record. This included
a 22-O Sunbowl victory over St.
Johns. The "Cardiac Kids," as they
were affectionately called, came
from behind in six of seven wins,
keeping fans on the edge of their
"Hopefully our players gained fron
their experience the desire to neve
give up and to realize that victory i
always attainable," said Coacl
Bobby Pittman. lt was a great yea,
on the whole, with many fun time
and exciting victories.
Captains L-R: Larry Kelly, Wes Dunn, Jim Gildea, and GFGGHWOVG C00Sl"ift9 Stflfl l--R Dvflllld f'G00Se" Wfllivm, Hspeqkg forifself'
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First Row L-R: T. Anthony, M. Matthews, J. Nordmann, R. Taylor, W. Dunn, D. Cone, E. Rossario, P. Connor, D. Seilkop, J. Ireland, J. Gildea, L. Kelly, D.
Locante, Second Row: l. Brown, R. Lopez, J. Silvernell, A. locco, J. Lloyd, P. Thomas, G. Irvin, J. LaTorre, M. Burke, Third Row: P. Ostendorf, T. Murtaugh,
J. Hooten, J. Jones, Coach Williams, Coach Pittman, Coach Hogins, Coach McCabe, C. Bockoven, D. Miller, R. Siler, and V. Andrews.
"Wrong way, Dave!" "Too tough to handle." "They were afraid to run the ball against th
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"Hiiiiyahhh!l" "Victory was sweet. "
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"Waves got them on the run." "When the saints come Marchin in. "
"Bombs away." "Gosh, those guys smell!" "So . . , lwas 0- 74. "
"Shut-up Oscar!" "Grounded!"
"Takes more than one." "I told you to use the bathroom "Eat my dust."
before the game! "
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A hard working J.V. team
finished up the '79 season
with a l-4 record. The
highlight of the year for the
'Ripples was a l 2-8 victory
over Crescent City onthe Red
Raiders home field. Under the
directions of Head Coach Jim
Gardinier and assistants Bob
Dey and Jay Dougherty, the
J.V. had a productive year
and a good time.
"Green Wave offense picks up yardage."
"I told you to stay away from the barbed wire!" "Up against great Odds!"
Front Row: Tim Fortier, Pat Kelly, Paul Simko, Second Row: Marc Fox, Carlos Fortich, Carlos Colon, Brian Martin,
Steve Roush, Jeff Hawk, Kevin Brownrigg, David Robinson, Third Row: Jerry Coble, Marty Cone, John McMichael,
James Fitzgibbons, John Hawk, Pat Berndt, Ricky Lucas, Mark Jacobs, Joe Luranc, Fourth Row: Bill Shaw, Jim
Lince, Chris Mason, John Fitzgerald, Brian Herndon, Robert Latta, Wayne Mathews, Dennis Twomey, David
Hughes, Back Row: Coach Gardinier, Mike Hughes, Val Moutsopoulos, Coach Dey.
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The price you have to pay
OUR ATHLETIC SUPPORTERS
Officers: B. Cone, J. Kelly, J. Dylewski, S. O'Brien
Led by President Mrs. Joan Kelly, and
Vice-president Mr. Frank Cone the Booster
Club provided much needed aid for all
Father Lopez athletic events. Each year
these parents completely fund the athletic
program. They engaged in many fund rais-
ing activities such as Bingo, collecting tick-
ets at basketball games and working at
the Spring Festival. They kept sports alive
at Father Lopez.
"What did Larry do now?"
"Come on retl pul your glasses on! "
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"Has rigormorlis set in?"
A shrewd ana clever guy.
"Now, listen, son!"
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S.G.A. GETS THE JOB
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The 1979-80 Student Council had a hard
but rewarding year. Under the leadership
of Mr. Bill McCabe and Wes Dunn, many
successful activities took place. These
activities included Homecoming, the Mag-
azine Drive, in-school concerts, the char-
coal sale, and sponsoring a child from
Honduras. They were well organized,
keeping all activities running smoothly.
Working together, they made each activity
fun and rewarding for all.
"She 's taking WHAToff?" Doni s giving a helping hand
First row L-R: Chris Calabucci, Tony Santos, Steve Jones, Chris Ahmed, Doni Carey, Andrea Kivinski, Julie Fredlund, Sophia Ehnnger Second row Andree Dumermuth
Martin, Jeff Hawk, John Dylewski, Ray Benza, Janet Jones, Mary Cook, K. C. White, Third row: Wes Dunn, lke Brown, Donnie Miller Larry Kelly Janet Slaven Kelley
Roselle Tuttle, Naseem Ahmed, Nancy Lopez, Liz Haug, Standing: Joe Nordmann.
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"Now this is embarrassment. " "We just saw 'Roller Boogie '. " I ve never heard of that one before'
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SGA Officers: Kelly Dunn, Wes Dunn, Naseem Ahmed, John Dylewski. "How much are you offering?"
"Yes, President Wes, Sir."
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"What is crawling up my arm?"
"Stretch and fling!"
Under President Bernadette Moser with
the assistance of Vice-President Sherry
Latta, Treasurer Debby Freeman, and
Secretary Suzy Storch, the Pep Club
showed us that ole F.L.H.S. really has
that school spirit after all. The club
sponsored the Homecoming and Sadie
Hawkins Dances. They promoted enthu-
siasm with a spirit bus and a "green
and white" dress up day. At all the
football and basketball games you
could tell exactly where the Pep Club
was. lf it's not the noise that catches
your ear, then it's the confetti flying
that catches your eye!
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Standing: L-R Debby Freeman, Bernadette Moser, Suzy Storch, Lisa Pozzo, Naseem Ahmed, Debby Fredericks,
Terry Spotts, Charlene Cole, Tino Sison, Charlie Bines, Pam McMenamy, Leslie Gilbert, Elaine Greaney, Merita
Reagan, Laura Starch, Michele Ingram, Tina Mclntosh, Tina Mclntosh, Rosanna Passaniti, Simone Dumermuth, Liz
Haug, Debbie Cole, Carolie Marks.
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"WE got that spirit!"
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"ls fha! a confracf our on Loconfe?"
"l'd wear if Lisa, but if would slip ofl1" "l didn 'f know fhey could do that!"
"Your typical nafive girll " ,
"Hey Danny, hope your girl friend doesn't walk in!" "Take us fo your leader. " "Jim, did you spike Ihe punch?"
The memorable theme of Lopez's 1979-1980
Homecoming was Hawaii . . . Aloha. The
Student Council got things rolling with such
activities as the egg fight, bonfire, float
building, a luau, hat day, crazy sock day,
Hawaiian day and shades and braids day.
The pep rally aroused everyone for the big
game. Friday was the date of the annual ,-
parode, and the football game was soon to
follow. Fireworks highlighted half-time as did
Senior Court - Lisa Nowviskie and LeRod Reid
the presentation of the Homecoming King
and Queen, Larry Kelly and Lisa Nowviskie.
The big Green Wave beat Pierson Taylor by a
close score of 17-14.
Senior Court - Kim Pyle and Johnny Ireland
Senior Court - Sue Bouchard and
Junior Court - Ann Kelly and Joe
Freshman Court - Chrissie Dunn and
Sophomore Court - Julie Keough
and Kenny Weigand
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Homecoming King and Queen Lisa Nowviskie
and Larry Kelly
Mr. and Miss Lopez - Cindy Lenz and Wes Dunn
"Can't you keep your eyes on one girl "Wo're Sure!"
"I got ants in my pants!"
'Hey Grady, you're not supposed to be herel "
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"You 're letting Sharon drive?I"
"Evacuation route. "
Immediately following the game, everyone
converged to St. Brendon's Social Hall for the
Homecoming Dance. The band Snowflake
carried on the feeling of fun and victory
throughout the evening.
"Am lsupposed to wear this or eat this?"
THE BEST BY FAR
The Varsity Cheerleaders definitely
were a number one squad this sea-
son. After winning first place at a
U.S. Cheerleading Assoc. camp, the
squad proved very deserving of their
title. They aroused school spirit and
boosted the morale of the Varsity
Football and Basketball teams.
These devoted girls pulled through
enthusiastically even in times of
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Captain - Kay Reilly, Co-Captain Mary Font
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Mrs. Tidmarsh, Nathalie Day, K. C. White, Michaell Reilly, Sherry Lotta, Jane Bouchard.
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"Come on guysl I wanna play foo. "
Following the Lopez tradition, the 1979-80 volleyball team ended
this yeor's season with a winning record. The enthusiasm illustrated
at the games pushed our girls to victory. A new addition to the vol-
leyball program this year was the iunior varsity team. lt proved to
be a step in the right direction, allowing more girls to participate,
and to show that Lopez's cup runneth over with talent.
"Psst, . . . he 's right over there!"
Monday morning sorrows.
Dress up day at Father Lopez is
when the real side of people
emerge. Every last Tuesday of the
month is the day set aside for stu-
dents to come in their dress up
attire. This year a different club
sponsored each dress up day. The
display of fashion exceeded all pos-
sible Vogue aspirations. From
clowns to Candies the styles varied
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IS HARD T0 DO!
Bullseye! "What - a freshman and a junior associating?"
Seniorly love Proven fact, H502 study, 507, don 't. "
"Your money or your life!"
usan Wescott, Caroline Costello, Mary Costello, John Groeschner, Tim Fortier, John McMicheal, Joe
pear, Melissa Smith, Angela Hawk, Beth Brookfield, Leslie Staed, Sharon Buckingham, Nancy Bouch-
rd, Margaret Bednar, Susan Fredlund, Anne-Marie Costello.
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Dual Meet Record
Deland Invite -- 20th
Districts -- 4th
"Now, this is the way to relax."
"What are they doing naw?"
"Their best side. "
A sport of tremendous endurance, cross country is
long distance running. These dedicated guys and
girls run at least three to four miles a day. The
meets required a running distance of two miles for
the girls and three miles for the guys. Coach Scott
Edwards, from Hawaiian Tropic, sponsored the
team this year and cheered them on throughout the
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"Father, forgive me."
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"You got to be kidding! " "We're into wild hickory nuts!"
"Now where is that number?" "Yecchh seefood!"
Friendship was the
Blessing this year.
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Fredlund, Brett Mackay, Meg Mitchell, Andree Dumermuth, Joe Kight, Sharon Buckingham, Cheryl Marks, Char-
lene Cole, Lisa Zeisman, Phillip D'Adesky, Jimmy Castle, Christie Every, Megan Smith, Laura Starch, Michaelle
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Officers: President Mary Beth Landers, Vice-President Nathalie Day,
Ondina Passaniti, and Secretary Melissa Fronstin
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Language Contest in French.
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"We love ya'
On Dit . . . The talk of the town. This is
exactly what the French Club is. They
have become more active than ever.
French luncheons and field trips are the
main agenda of the club. Their Sponsor
Ms. Blair, provided an interesting pro-
gram forthe members. The French Club
shared sponsorship in Miss Lopez and
provided the outstanding art work for
the show. Their plans include a field trip
to Jacksonville for a French concert.
C'est la vie!
"What do we do now?"
"I do not have dandruffl "
"But Mr. Arcuri, I 'm attached! "
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"I 'm just trying to look busy."
"Pate de what?!?"
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"I don 't know what it is but I 'm not gonna eat
"Step aside wonder woman, here I camel"
"Guess what I'm doing?"
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The Miss Father Lopez Contest was the epitome of organization this year.
Sharon LeFils, Kelley Dunn, and Michele Keough worked together on
making this a most successful contest. The Journalism class and French X. T
Club sponsored this year's program, around the theme of Snow Queen, li
and did a very good iob. The talent this year was outstanding, and the i
four iudges from the community had a tough time selecting the winners.
Fresh off the wedding cake.
Our winners right to left: Leslie Krawczynski, third runner up, Chrissie Dunn, first runner up, Miss Lopez 1979-80,
Mia Buckner, Sharon O'NeilI, second runner up, and Karen Martin, Miss Congeniality.
"lf they could see me now!" "Whats cute couple."
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"Our own Bert Parks"
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"lsn 't this exciting! "
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"You can look up now!"
"Ooh, Ijust did a twist on a cockroach! "
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"We even had Oreo 's at the meeting!" A rare moment in Joe Normann's life!
Front Row L-R: S. Jones, J. Jones, M. Cerio, K. Dunn, B. Moser, L. Kelly, D. Freeman, Standing: LVR, N. Day, D. Robinson, C. Calabucci,
Connelly, P. Martin, A. Cone, B. Lloyd, T. Parikh, A. Kelly, R. Tuttle, M. Mitchell, M. Fronstin, J. Dylewski, E. McCall, S. Bouchard, M. Cook
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"Hang rough, Sue!"
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"l've always looked up lo you!"
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FABULOUS FALL FACULTY
Our Dean of Students, Coach Bill McCabe
has been at Lopez for two years. Coach
also teaches a Health class. His
philosophy is, "I like to live each day like
l'm going to die tomorrow."
"There is something special about Lopez,
Mr. Robert Dey teaches Algebra and
Geometry at Lopez. He is also the Junior
Varsity football coach. His philosophy of
the future is problem oriented. "For our
country I see hard times developing until
we can do something positive about
inflation, energy, and defense. I think we
can have a very bright future." Mr. Dey
sees our school in the present and future
growing very fast."Our school will have
two problems facing us. One will be
inflation lraising enough money to
The philosopher of the faculty, Coach
Bobby Pittman has a very complex view
of life. On school, he believes, "The
future of America lies with the youth of
today, and since I was not elected
president, teaching is my contribution to
my country." He tells students, "Worry
teaches Accounting, Speed-writing and
all the typing classes. In the fall, he is the
Junior Varsity football coach and in the
realize that teachers are not adversaries.
Teachers are more like guides, to perhaps
show you a better way. Students should
be able to see that the assigned tasks will
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not if no one knows you, only worry if you
are worth knowing." Coach Bobby
Pittman concludes with the prediction that
"The future holds a depression in two
years. The only quick way out is war, and,
of course, I will have to stay back and
protect the women and children."
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form a base from which future decisions
can be made. Teachers must also strive to
learn from the students the most effective
way of imparting the knowledge that is
He feels that school should be a constant
learning experience. "School should be
as such that the flow of learning may not
be stopped." Mr. Gardinier's idea of the
future is a realistic one. "The future holds
great things for those who are ready."
the uniqueness of this school is in the
sense that everyone sticks together
through thick and thin."
Coach believes in the future of Lopez. "l
can see Father Lopez moving in only one
direction -- up to the top!"
operatel and the second will mean more
construction. Otherwise, I think this scho
is moving in a very positive direction and
has a very long and fruitful future."
"The student-teacher relationship at
Lopez in most cases is not that different
from other schools. I think that the
students and teachers who spend more
time together whether it be in sports or
clubs, respect each other to a higher
degree, but I believe this will always be
the case at Father Lopez."
Mrs. Cathy Boyle believes "School is a
total experience. Much education takes
place outside the classroom in informal
conversation. School should prepare
students to approach real life
confidently." The student-teacher
relationship is all important to this English
and Journalism teacher. She feels each
person should be treated on his merits,
Mrs. Mary Ann Tidmarsh thinks of school
as "a learning experience which should
be enioyable through a variety of things."
Art, sports, music, and an emphasis on
trying to reach everyone, will make up a
pleasurable part of the year. Mrs. T. for
"The primary purpose of school is
education," says Mrs. Sharon Belcher,
"but education involves more than
learning from books." This English
teacher believes that the best education is
one where the students will learn how to
live in the real world. The students will
know, "how to apply the knowledge he
or she has learned to situations in life and
Mrs. Helen Belanger is a part-time teacher
at Lopez. She teaches Reading
Comprehension, Creative Writing, and
College Skills. In her past teaching
experience in English, she has developed
a style of simplicity in her philosophy. Her
advice on the future is, "Live a lot." Her
with teachers and students realizing that
both entities are capable of error. "Of
course, I try to be crazy all the time and
keep everybody wondering." Mrs. Boyle
believes that in the future, "One day
people will look at one another without
seeing colors. All mankind will be
short, enioyed this year with a positive
attitude and a good relationship with her
students. This English teacher and
volleyball coach believes in living life one
day at a time and assuming everything
will work out fine.
howto live with others in society." Mrs.
Belcher feels a student-teacher
relationship "is a special bond, in which
each can learn from the other and special
friendships can develop."
"One thing for certain about the future is
change. New ways of doing things will be
invented and old ways will be used
philosophy on school, to use a cliche, "lt's
a nice place to visit, but I would not want
to live herel" Mrs. Belanger was
undecided about the teacher-student
relationship. "lt all depends on who the
students and teachers are."
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A new teacher on the block is Ms. Linda
Blair, who teaches French and English.
Having always loved school, it is her wish
to "impart this love of learning to my
students as a teacher." On student-
teacher relationships she states, "I was
once told I was a real 'people' person,
and indeed I must be because I enioy
helping students discover the best about
Mrs. Ruthanne Wentz has a very
encouraging philosophy. "The future is
promising if we remain optimistic. Today's
progress in technology and medicine
were dreams only ten years ago. Our
dreams of today pave our way into the
future. Therefore, we must keep optimism
in our lives and have faith in the Strength
of the Lord." Being an Earth Science and
girls' physical education teacher, Mrs.
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Miss Roberta Sexton, affectionately
known as "Robbie" by her friends,
teaches Algebra I, and Consumer Math at
Lopez. She is the Varsity Cheerleaders
and Pep Club sponsor. She was born in
Key West, Florida and attended Seminole
High School. She went on to Seminole
Community College and from there to
The art and foods teacher at Lopez, Mr.
Bruce Brady thinks the United States
should redeem itself. "There are too
many politicians and not enough
Statesmen. The United States is a super
power and should start acting like one.
We need to stop backing down. After
that, this country can be what it once
was." Mr. Brady believes that quality is
important in education. "Lopez is much
better than public schools. Education in
the state is taking a back seat to other
priorities. I see the educational system
concentrating on massive education
instead of quality education. Science,
U.C.F. where she received her teaching
degree. Miss Sexton has traveled all over
the country and the world. She has lived
in Quonset Point, Rhode Island, Sanford
and Orlando, Florida, and Naples, Italy.
Miss Sexton's hobbies are sewing,
crocheting, needlepoint, walking and
listening to music.
math and literature are important, but we
need some kind of cultural experience."
Mr. Brady, in working with students in
extracurricular activities, thinks we have a
casual student-teacher relationship. "We
have good relations between the students
and teachers here at Lopez, although
some students and teachers here at Lopez
tend to take advantage of it. Teachers
here have much more freedom than
public schools. They can teach
individually, which can help relations. I
also believe that most of the students that
attend here are interested in quality
themselves. I enjoy sharing my time with
teachers and students both." She feels
that the secret to the success of the
people of the U.S. is the individual. "ln
times of crisis, these individuals can
become leaders in their fields of
expertise. This is because we have the
freedom to ascertain our talents and use
them to our advantage."
Wentz finds a good student-teacher
relationship valuable. "Relationships are
invaluable tools that help in the
construction of one's character. Here at
Father Lopez, there is a positive student-
teocher relationship for those who seek
and desire it. Students who develop a
good rapport with teachers will learn of
its lasting effects and of the memories it
has to offer."
Science is really very interesting once you get "This magazine drive is the same every year. " "He 's got the cutest little baby face . . . "
"These teachers' meetings are such fun! '
"Now that's the way it is. "
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Miss Cassandra Jerzykowski is this year's
Earth Science, Anatomy, Physiology, and
Chemistry teacher. She has been
extremely active in COR, going on many
retreats with students. Her philosophy on
the relationship between students and
teachers is that, "We're all in this
together. If we each care enough about
each other, the so called teacherfstudent
'gap' will be bridged." She feels that,
Mr. O'ConnelI is this year's new
psychology teacher and guidance
counselor. Born in Montreal, Wisconsin,
he has a B.A. in Philosphy, a 8.5. in
Education and a M.A. in Sociology.
His previous positions include being a
teacher and principal ata Catholic high
school in Chicago and Cleveland. He also
was headmaster at Howey Academy.
His hobbies include reading, swimming,
Upon asking Mr. Carlo Ditrick, the new
Algebra II, Analysis, and Physics teacher,
about his philosophy he responded by
saying, "To ask a hypochondriac how he
feels or a philosopher for his dreams, may be
a mistake." His belief is as follows:
"Philosopher Dreams: The future will be no
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Mrs. Raisa Leorza was born in Cuba
where she attended the-University of
Havana. She is the Father Lopez Spanish
teacher and being here fifteen years, she
is well known by the whole student body.
Mrs. Leorza likes Lopez so much because
it's a small school and everyone is close.
She enioys being part of the Lopez
different for the them of the then, than it is for
the us ofthe now. We all have a past to learn
from, our dreams of tomorrow to learn for but
have only the now to do it. School should be
free for one to come and go and each student
must seek out his own teacher."
community because it reminds her of the
high school she attended in Cuba. When
Mrs. Leorza is not teaching at Lopez, she
enioys classical music, ballet, sewing and
traveling. She runs the candy store at
lunch and is a sponsor for the Spanish
"Students need to be open to what the
teachers are trying to communicate." Sh-
believes that this is more than a school,
it's a community of teachers and student
interrelating in and out ofthe classroom.
"l can't predict the future, but if our futu
is in the hands of the young adults of th
calibre of those at Father Lopez, we're ij
music, and sightseeing. He feels that, .
"the purpose of education is to teach
intellectual skills, moral principles, cultur
values, and leisure time activities to othe
to enable them to advance from one lev
of educational achievement to another
until they are sufficiently mature, to
independently assume and fulfill their
responsibilities to themselves and to
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and Social Studies 12 teacher. He was a
regional manager for the mayor ofa New
Jersey newspaper. He composed sales
letters for a solar energy company and
published public relations articles in
regional magazines. He wrote letters and
articles for a truck graphics firm, to be
published by McGraw Hill's commerce
Mr. Dougherty teaches Theology IO and
i I and coaches the Varsity Basketball
team. He was born in Philadelphia. He
received his B.A. from U.C.F. and a
Master's from Bowling Green. He feels,
"Education is a life-long process which
should aid one in his overall development
as a person. This is not being confined to
As our librarian and media specialist,
Mrs. Helen Jerabek tries, "to stimulate,
guide, and instruct all students to achieve
their potential as productive individuals."
Mrs. Jerabek is always trying to help
students by "providing resources for
class-related work, individual research,
and recreational pursuits." Her personal
philosophy is, "I strive to do the best I can
from day to day at home and at work and
then to allow the future to take care of
Mr. Arcuri is a Father Lopez graduate of
1968. He received his B.A. from Florida
Atlantic University and an M.A. from the
University of Georgia. He teaches World
Politics and American History. Mr. Arcuri
sponsors Brain Bowl and the Drama Club:
His philosophy on the future can be
summed up in the words of Ben Franklin,
who said, "We must all hang together
now, or assuredly we shall all hang
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and reading science fiction. He likes chess
and approaches the theatre as a
spectator and participant. When asked
about his philosophical opinion on life,
the future, and school, Mr. Hunter replied
that he's "very open minded about my
a classroom, rather it is the experience of
living." He thinks the student-teacher
relationship should be, "one of
cooperative and reciprocal learning, it is
characterized by one learning from
another. Teachers should be a resource
person who can guide students to
appropriate learning materials."
itself." Mrs. Jerabek finds the student-
teacher relationship of great importance
to the student. The teachers help to
develop "the mental, spiritual, social, and
physical aspects of each student. The
teachers strive to interact with students
and parents and with one another,
contributing to the attitude and
enthusiasm of the school, which we call
the Lopez spirit."
separately." His philosophy on school is,
"I find the rapport between students and
teachers today a lot more relaxed than
when I was in school." Mrl Arcuri finds
this as, . . either a help or a hindrance
to the learning process, but when
channeled properly, it creates motivation
on the part ofthe student and a desire to
help on the part of the teacher."
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Sister Christian Marian is the administrative ,he school is lookin ood and Confirms
assistant of Father Lopez. She also is the . . .. 9 9
curriculum organizer for the school. Sr.
this by saying, On a scale from I-I0 the
students and facult rate a defin'te lOl"
Christine teaches Spanish I and World ..H ., . h yd . ' ' .
Culture. Another of her elected duties is
keeping the snack machine full. She feels
ang on, is era vice oeveryonein
Ms. Kearney is this year's freshman and
sophomore Theology teacher. She feels
that, "Each individual has a responsibility
to exert a positive influence in the world
to bring it to the perfection God has
planned." "The future builds onthe
Mr. Snyder teaches Theology l l and l2.
He is also our athletic director and coach
for the i980 Girls' Varsity basketball
team. Here is what he had to say when
we asked him about his philosophy on
life: "Eight" from Tao Te Ching by Lao-
Tsu - The highest good is like water.
Water gives life to the ten thousand
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George S. Husted was born in Fort
Worth, Texas, but being a military brat he
cannot claim any one place home. He
graduated from U.C.F. and is now our
Earth Science and Biology teacher. His
hobbies are tennis, racquetball, camping,
and iogging. His feelings about education
can be summed up as follows: "lf I give a
man a fish, I feed him for a day. lf I teach
a man to fish, I feed him for a lifetime."
present." She feels that, "It's the
responsibility of teachers to challenge
students to think, reason and iudge, as
well as to develop systems of study and
self-discipline." This is to challenge them
to be mature.
things and does not strive. lt flows in
places men reiect and so like the Tao. ln
dwelling, be close to the land. In
meditation, go deep in the heart. In
dealing with others, be gentle and kind. ln
speech, be true. ln ruling, be just. ln
business, be competent. In action, watch
the timing. No fight: No blame.
"HMMM, I love this brand!"
"Heaven forbid!" "l really love those cheerleaders!"
"Dare me to eat this whole chicken?" hour seminal.. "To know me is to love me, "
"All my children. . ."
"Miss Sexton did what?!?"
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"BaHle for fhe ballI"
"I wish this was football!"
"I dan'I believe David did rhafl "
"If I had wings. " "Technicall?l" "Give me a hand guys!"
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Ireland, David Loconle, Coach Dougherty, Coach Melz.
70 - Varsity Basketball
Andrews, Ralph DeStefano, Craig Miller, Steve Riley, .lc
The fans go wildl
The 1980 edition of Greenwave
Basketball was an exciting oneg Coach
Dougherty said that it was a rebuilding
year for the hoopers, with only two seniors
dressing out in green and white. The
remainder of the team consisted of some
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young talented iuniors and sophomores.
This past season might not have been the
best but many are looking forward to the
Controlling the boards.
next great season.
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"Time our!" "Flying High"
us! a liffle bit higher . . . Please!" "We 're really yelling for the cheerleaders! "
"Forget if, Grady." "High and Mighly" "l don 'I wan! ill"
"Hey look, My mofher's watching!" "Someday l'll be as good as them. "
"All right, where did you guys lock up Miss Sexton?"
"Captains Mary Cook and Michaell Reilly getting the
Among the four Greenwave
basketball teams is the Girls'
Varsity, and this year's team was an
able addition to the Lopez season.
Having only one senior on the team
among juniors and sophomores,
Coach Jeff Snyder led his girls to
several victories. This varsity team
has shown a terrific example of
Lopez's ever increasing superiority
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L-R: L. Smith, L. Rainey, S. Lotta, M. Reilly, D. Cole, C. Johnson, J. Hughes, A. Cone, M. Cook, K. C. White, T. Antoniuk, C
Bines, S. Seilkop, kneeling: C. Solon, L. Leonard, Managers, Mr. Snyder - Coach, C. Cole.
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"Work it in to win!"
Date '9 Opganents
Dec 6 Seobreeze
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Jan. I7 Taylor
Jan. 22 Cres. City 5
Jan. 24 Seaie
Jan. 25 Hastings
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"Look of determination, " Three point play.
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McNamara, 3rd Row, M . Schmidt, Manager, Mark VanWert, P. Murtaugh, manager, 4th Row, O. J. Burke, Coach P. Metz. ey re gwmg Us a Pom S a
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Promising . . . that's what this year's J.V.
team is. Showing strong determination the
group of talented players gave
outstanding performances and came out
on top in many tough games.
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Two points for the Greenwave! "Get out of my face!
The freshman edition of the basketball
'eam put out a great effort this year. t
fhrough all the intense competition the
rosh had many great times. Coach Dey
out in many hours of hard work with the
'eam, and it certainly paid off as the team
rew as basketball players as well as peo-
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Mark Jacobs, Jeff Hawk, David Hughes, Mike Baker, Mike Murphy, Marty Cone.
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YOU'VE GOT A FRIEND
"II 's Wonderwoman! "
"WE blondes stick fogelher. "
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A Coke and a smile!
"NoIe-wrifing experts!! "
"Do lgef my kiss now or later?"
"Hip, hop, hippify . .
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"Whafl say goes!"
"Always and Forever"
"Love will keep us fogeiher!
"Are those Twinkies! "
Co-Captain Melissa Dunn
Captain Jennifer Johnson
Every year Father Lopez selects a
new freshman squad right before
the basketball season. This year
under the leadership of captain Jen-
nifer Johnson and co-captain Mel-
issa Dunn the freshman squad
proved themselves worthy of their
title as cheerleaders. Their sponsor
Mrs. Wentz has backed them whole
heartedly in all their activities. These
girls show a positive outlook for
future cheerleading at Father Lopez.
"Cheerleading takes my breath away."
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"Whistle while you work. "
"I have to get some odor eaters!
The 1980 Weightlifting team in only its
second season became one of the 2A state
powerhouses. Under the direction of
Coach McCabe the team broke many
school records. The highlight of the season
was the fine showing the team made at the
state championship meet.
"Who tied my shoelaces together?"
"Who put super glue on the bar?"
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K . , "Give me back the bar!"
"Coach McCabe plots strategy.
"I think it's nailed to the floor!" "So what, I can cheat, my dad is the judge!
in HER Long,
Front Row l.-R: D. Twomey, K. Brownrigg, M. Fox, W. Mathews, P. Benza, T. Fortier, J. Groeschner, S.
B. Carlson, M. Dillard, P. Kelly. Back Row: L. Kelly, Coach McCabe, J. Hooten, R. Benza, P. Ostendorf, T.
taugh, P. Twomey, W. Dunn, T. Farmer, manager, C. Bockoven.
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SOCCER IS A
Larry Kelly, Jim Gildeo, Don Cone, Ed Rossario, Tim Cook, Mike Lynch, John McDevitt, Joe Nordmonn, Robert Wolf, John
Bosile, George Bentley, Scott Higby, Joey Albovias, Ted Belitsos, Paul Shay, Scott Former, John Hawk, Kevin Coravoti,
Ken Weigond, Nick Santos, Tony Santos.
"Knock that chip off my shoulder!"
"Simon says . . . look up!"
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"Waite minute! l'm on your side!" "5o much for dirty playing!" "Do it Mike!"
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coaches over the last few years. This Yi' -5,0
year they were led by Coaches J. D. A A '
Bing and Ron McGuire. Although
their stats were against them, the
new recruits persevered. Their
record does not reflect the time and
effort those guys put into their sea-
son. Two of their starting forwards
were freshmen, putting a new out- is ' 4
look on their playing. Even practic- g a as
ing only three times a week, they
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"Lord bless this team!"
"How does he kick like that?!'
"Hey! Watch my arm!" Roll out the carpet, here comes the King! "Can 'I he see that the ball's behind him?"
. . . KICK IN THE GRASS
H UNT, CAMP,
"Tarzan 's maid. "
Chaperones: Ellen and Bob Arcuri, Ruthanne Randy, and Nicholas Wentz.
sor, M. Reilly - secretary.
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lst row l to r: Ann Costello, J. Fredlund, M. Cerio, N. Day, N. Ahmed, M. Reilly, 2nd row:
D. Chester, J. Castle, J. Tolly, S. Acton, M. Bednar, M. Costello, L. Zeisman, A. Hawk, J.
Dylewski, L. Leonard, K. Nelson, K. Mechalski, T. Antonich, C. Solon, Mrs. Wentz
"Come on, IeI's hit the bushes1"
This year's Wilderness Club made several iourneys to differ-
ent Florida State Parks, including Mike Roess Gold Head
Ranch, O'Leno and Wekiva. They earned money for these
trips by conducting car washes, holding bake sales on cam-
pus, collecting tin cans, and selling stationery. The year was
climaxed by a trip to the Smokey Mountains where each
backpacker supported himself.
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Guy McGrane, Eileen Demming, Nathalie Dey, Sharon LeFils, Jane Bouchard, Leslie Krawczynski, John Bosile, Leslie Staed, Andy
Vilamis, Doni Carey, Lisa Pozzo, Naseem Ahmed, Terri Spotts, Marlene Cepero, Ann Kelly, Michele Keough, Teial Parikh, Eugene
McCall, Ray Benza, CeCe Roy, Jimbe Hoaten, John Dylewski, Maria Morris, Kelley Dunn, Andrea Kivinski, K. C. White, Pat
Thomas, Cheryl Maroney, Roselle Tuttle, Victor Collins, Gary Crotty, Debbie Bookmyer, Janet Jones, Debby Freeman, Tracey Nie-
tling, Nancy Lopez.
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Secretary CeCe Roy, President Debby Freeman, Vice Pres. Leslie "Are we interested, or ARE WE lNTERESTED?I"
Krawczynski, Treasurer John Basile.
"liust love tacos!" Illegal Controband
86 - Spanish Club
"Okay kids, quit fooling around! "
Extreme excitement depicted here.
'Somebody has to lighten up this meeting!"
That's the last Spanish joke I want to hearl"
"Could I offer you a cup of tea?"
"When did you learn to speak Spanish?"
Watch how they go! And that's exactly what
people did this year. The Spanish Club is
sponsored by Mrs. Raisa Leorza, a very viva-
cious lady. She kept the club busy with differ-
ent activities. A taco sale for fund-raising, a
trip to St. Augustine and a Spanish dinner
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were included to make it a very fulfilling
agenda. President Debby Freeman led the
club throughout the year.
Portrait of a teenager
"Come on everybody! Look interested!"
"l can 't tell you how thrilling this Isl"
Total surrender to inner peace.
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REPERTORY COMPANY'S BACK
Top Row: Sponsors Mr. Arcuri, Mr. Brady, First Row, Chris Calabucci, Julie Fredlund, Joe Kight, Charlene Cole, Melissa Fronstin, Katie Michalsky, David
Peshek, Mike Greaney, Tom McNamara, Second Row, Nick Santos, John Farmer, Mary Cerio, Michelle Connolly, Lisa Nunn, Meg Mitchell, Teial Parikh,
Lisa Zeismann, Richie Keough, Last Row, Tony Santos, Margaret Landers, Marlen Cepro, Judy Santos, Roselle Tuttle, Karyn Hanser.
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Officers: President Melissa Fronstin, Vice President, Meg Mitchell, Secretary
Parikh, Treasurer Charlene Co
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Nick Santos, Mike Greaney, Tony Santos.
The Repertory Company is back. They
opened the '79-'80 school year with a
bang. Their production "GodspeIl" was a
huge success. They worked long hard
hours, but in the end, it was well worth it.
They took some field trips and learned to
work together, helping each other's acting
Where did she go now "I always wanted to be in show biz!" The betrayal
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Back row I to r: Nathalie Day, Ann Kelly, Sec. Deb Freeman, Mary Cook, K. C. White, Pres. Sue Bouchard, Tina
Farmer, Kelley Dunn, Janet Jones, Tracy Nietling, Cheryl Maroney, Chuck Viviano, Mary Cerio, Vice Pres. Jane Bouch-
ard, Naseem Ahmed, Wes Dunn, Treas. Kevin Caravati, Joe Nordmann, Ray Benza, John Dylewski.
"I 'm about to lose my cool. " "l.et's play firing squad!"
"I hate all these meetings." L-R Jane Bouchard, Vice-President, Sue Bouchard, Presi-
dent, Debby Freeman, Secretary, Kevin Caravati, Trea-
surer, Not Pictured.
The National Honor Society under the
new sponsorship of Mr. Dan O'Connell
successfully tackled many proiects. Led
by President Sue Bouchard, Vice
President Jane Bouchard, Secretary
Debby Freeman, and Treasurer Kevin
Caravati, they organized the Dollars
for Scholars campaign and refereed the
Hurst Field Day. The Christmas season
was especially busy for the N.H.S. as
they wrapped gifts at the mall for the
American Cancer Society and hosted
the annual Head Start Christmas party.
"Who's the wise guy that stole the sleigh?"
"l've been acceptedI"
RA I N S T I N "Checkmate!" filled the air ofthe
Chess Club matches this year. The
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new sponsor, Mr. Carlo Ditrick. With
strategy and skill they engaged in
many successful matches under the
direction of Chuck Viviano,
president. Frequent inter-club
matches took place in the library.
ing: L-R, Maria Wviano, Simone Dumermuth, Brett MacKay, Standing L-R: Andree Dumermuth, Mary Sue Haydt, Robert
rrigan, Chuck Vivano, Mr. Carlo Ditrick, Pat Riley, Ted Belitsos, Bill Alexander.
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Mary Costello John Daly Dennis deGracia
"lf all looks Greek lo me!"
Bill Demming Eileen Demming Mark Dillard "Y0U'f0 CXPGCNHQ WHAT?!"
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Sophia Ehringer Christie Every Scott Farmer Steve Farmer "SO fhGf'S 'he new PffHCiP0l?!"
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Misty Hoyne Mike Hughes Wendy Jarrell Crystal Johnson "When Gm l90'1f'G blow WS bubble?"
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Dgnnie Miller Val Moufgopoulos "No, no. . . llove if." "Master arlisraf work. "
Kim Nelson Terry O'Gara Jeff Parks
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"W0fCl1 OU' Hell! Angels, here we Come. " Kim Thomas Quentin Tse Denis Twomey
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Ken Weigqnd "This has got fo be the pits!" 1 wonaer what is happening ar the surf. "
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The baseball team led by Coach Gardinier
was a group the school could be proud of.
The Greenwave "9" practiced hour after
hour to perfect their athletic skills.
Captains of the team were Paul Connor
and Larry Kelly. The seven senior squad
displayed leadership in helping the
Greenwave become a respected power.
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Baseball - I09
The girls' swim team was coached again this
year by Ray Santa. With the addition of
several outstanding freshmen, the team
planned to maintain and further last year's
record. Co-captains were Tina Farmer and
Janis O'Brien, who have been with the team
for several years. There are three girls diving
for the team: Sharon LeFils and Jane
Bouchard returning from last year, and
Megan Smith, a new addition to the team.
"l'll yell when I hit the wall!"
What's that smell
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Girls' Swim Team: Ito r: Christie Every, Nancy Bouchard, Ellen Caravati, Julie Fredlund, Susan Fredlund, Andrea Kiv
ski, Mary Cook, Charlie Bines, Janice O'Brien, Sharon LeFils, Tina Farmer, Patty Murtaugh, Jane Bouchard, Do
Dylewski, Not pictured K. C. White and Megan Smith
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Our heroes and captains
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The boys' swim team is also headed by
Coach Ray Santa for the second year.
Richard Dillard is captain and the only
senior on the team. Although there were
few replacements for the departed senior
the boys clearly expect to improve the
record from last year. Both teams are
looking forward to a repeat performance
of the trip to Tampa and participation in
the Clearwater Invitational. Obviously,
Coach Santa is looking forward to
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Ray Benza, Mike Baker, Richard Dillard, John Dylewski, Scott Farmer, and Mark Dillard. now!"
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"It bounced out againl "
"Creature from the Black Lagoon. "
C.B.'s follies began by practicing out of Oceanside
Country Club. Father Lopez golfers are a well
respected group around the county and had high
expectations for subdistrict competitions. The girls'
team had a full squad this year and were considered
"State material." The captain for the boys was Keith
Kulzer, and the girls' captain was Nancy Lopez. Boys
and girls' golf had a fine season.
"l'll hitit this time! "
C.B. without her follies.
"I always hit the invisible ones!" Our touring pro,
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THE NEXT CHRIS EVERTS
Coach Calvin Meik headed this year's girl
tennis team. They expected their strong
season, being led by seasoned veterans
and young rookies. Father Lopez's tennis
9, team was working very hard to win
.,..........q,, districts and has high hopes for State.
L-R: J. Jones, T. Parikh, N. Day, S. Daly, H. Dodd, M. Cepero, and J. Cepero.
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"OK let 'er rip!" "I said, 'loosen your grip, not let go of the racquet'!" "5 out of 30 is not bad. "
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"We quit! you cheat!"
"All right, we won!"
This year's tennis team under the
direction of Coach Meik managed a
very successful and exciting season.
Love was often in the air as Lopez
strokers steadily improved
throughout the season and provided
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The boys' and girls' track team
moved strongly this year. The team
had many new faces and showed
great potential. Pat Twomey was the
Boys' captain and Beth Brookfield
was the Girls'. Coach Bobby
Pittman, Coach Scott Edwards and
Coach Bill McCabe worked together
to create a top notch team.
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Johnson, T. Sison, L. Storch, Coach Edwards, S. Wescott, Captain B. Brookfield, Coach Pittman, M. K. Meehan, A. Costello, A. M
Costello, M. Groeschner.
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"Jump High to the Sky!"
Girls' Track - 119
I Toe heel, toe heel . . . 2 "Flex them, please!"
4 Miss Black America 5 Bird Legs
6 "I use pretty hands and feet!" 7 "My blade is dull!"
'IO "Nair with baby oil is the best!" 9 "Do you seriously call them legs!"
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3 Frog legs
8 Love those ankles!
"Put a penny in for who you want to win
was the slogan for the Drama Club's Mr.
Legs contest. During the second week of
March a penny a vote tabulated the
winner of the best legs at Lopez.
should I smile if I'm taking a picture of my
"Swimmer's What! "
"No funny stuff!"
"!.eg's only please!"
"l was Mr, Legs in 65!" "Let's face it, I'm number I!"
"I do work for GQ!"
"They made me do it!"
"One who flew over cuckoo's nest!"
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HEART TO HEART
"l fold you I have a headache!"
"Do the hustle!"
The Valentine's Dance sponsored by
the Freshman class, was unusual in
character since if was a leap year.
Therefore, it was appropriate for the
girls fo ask the boys. The dance was
held Saturday Feb. 16 in the Lopez
gym. A good time was shared by all.
Ginger and Fred
"An exciting evening af the submarine races!" "A lover 's fiff! "
122 - Valeniine's Dance
"Next number, please!"
Ronald and Florence L. Jacobs spa
SENSATIONAL SPRING FACULTY
Mr. Pistana comes to Lopez from Brooklyn,
New York. He attended the University of
Dayton where he graduated cum laude
with a B.A. in religious education from
Fordham University. Mr. Pistana is married
and has three children. His hobbies include
his family activities, sports, and reading.
When asked about his philosophy on life,
he commented, "lt's a great life if you
don't weaken." ln regard to the future he
says, "lf the kids at Lopez are any
indication, we have a great future ahead
of us!" "Education is the best way to keep
124 - Administration
Father Michael Hogan is Lopez's school
pastor and religious leader. When asked
about his role in the spiritual development
of the school, Father Hogan responds,
"Life is an endless series of possibilities of
varying importance. One should not
regard every choice or decision as an
either-or situation." "God absolutely
cares for us and yet at the same time
completely allows us to be and to become.
Because of his concern we need not be
afraid to embrace the many opportunities
for growth and grace he will place before
us. The future is bright." "Lopez education
has the ring of truth about it and the 'truth
shall set you free'."
Mary Truscott has a
life, "after 2l years who
't?" Within the school she
seen changes that have
the school: some good
rs. Champagne has long been
maior part ofthe school
dministration. As bookkeeper
he has a tedious iob, especially
ith as many accounts as she has
o handle, so she has to have an
Sister Miriam divides her days at
Father Lopez between working in
the library and taking care of the
records in the guidance office. As
one of the few remaining nuns on
campus, she dedicated herself
not to the school, but to the
people in it. Her philosophy is
Roosevelt Wilmore has come to
be a friend of everyone on
campus. He incorporates many
duties, including the hazardous
iob of controlling the angry mob
at the lunch line, into a system
that often helps keep the school
that she tries, "to recognize the
dignity and worth of all students
so that I'll be of service to them in
their development spiritually,
emotionally and intellectually,
according to their God given
running smoothly. Rosie offers a
helping hand in virtually every
aspect of school administration.
Rosie will be overlooking the new
construction going on at Lopez in
and others not so good. Still she
likes today and looks forward to
tomorrow. Humor is very
important to her acceptance of
life and the world.
easy-going philosophy. Light-
heartedly she says, "Live and let
live!" She enioys school life,
especially her friendship with
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Kathy Abair Naseem Ahmed Joey Albovias Bill Alexander
"My wife, I think I 'll keep her. "
Class Officers: President: John Dylewski, Vice-Pres.: Ann Kelly, Secretary: Mary Cerio, Treasurer:
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"DfdY0U 96' 'he 5f9nal?" Patrice Berndt Jane Bouchard Isaac Brown
Vincent Andrews Mary Beck Ted Belitsos
Sharon Buckingham Marcus Burke
Doni Carey Billy Carlson Mike Castello
Marlen Cepero Mary Cerio David Chapman Charlene Cole Victor Collins
Ann Cone Maria Creagh Rickie Crof'r Gary Croffy Phillip d'Adesky
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Kathy Abair James Goergen
Mary Beck , Jo-Anna Hanser
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Marcus Burke f it Grady Irvin
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"Please CeCe, not in public!" HR 102 - Ms, Blair
K. C. White
Nathalie Day Ralph DeStefcno Patrick Dougherty Liam Downey Kelley Dunn
Lang Every John Farmer Julie Fredlund Melissa Fronstin
John Gauder Helen Gibbs Jim Goergen 'AW5'llD0C, l WGS GH 0PPfeSSf'd Child
Emmett Gray Jqdy Hanger Angela Hqwk "Did you get the number oftha1lawnmower?"
Scott Hohenstein Jimbo Hooten Joanne Hughes Anthony Iocco Grady Irvin
"I didn 'f mean lo do if. "
"Sure you did!" "You did wha! lo her grass skin?"
Tracy Jacobs Ann Kelly Michele Keough Joe Kighf Andrea Kivinski
Juniors - I3
Karin Cole Sherry Lotta
Phillip d'Adesky John Lloyd
Lisa D'Assaro Mike McNamara
Kelly Dunn Ray Milford
Lang Every Diane Morin
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Dale Kolzan Mary Beth Landers Sherry Lotta
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Cal Ledbetter Sharon LeFils Carrie Lenz
Eugene McCall John McDevitt Guy McGrane
"And then Mama Bear said to Papa Bear
John Lloyd Ricky Lopez
Mike McNamara Brel? Mackay
Cheryl Marks Cheryl Maroney Katy Michalski Ray Milford Meg Mitchell
Diane Mgrin Mqrig Morris "Pregnancy is not a laughing matterl"
"lf only they knewll'
it makes everyone wonder what you've been up
Carl Netzheimer Tracey Nietling James Nixon Paul Osferndorf Peggy O'Reilly
"lt's times like this when lneed my pacifier. " "I never was too good at Math!"
Telal Parlkh Pamela Powers Lisa Pozzo Zachary Prusak DOH fbfedk my 'GHS'
Sieve Rrley Hugh Robmson CeCe Roy Lon Seeley 5h00'0W boxmg
"Notes are 0 bummer- " George Shulkoff Richard Siler Jim Smith
Casey Solon Terri Spotts
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Kristen Thomas Pat Thomas Roselle Tuttle Peter Welch "7'l1efP'S G fO0Cl1 in my S0f1dWfCl1f "
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"Rough weekend Helen?" "l'm sorry your clothes don 'f mafch. " "Being a fireman is hard work."
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"Have a Coke, Miss J. "
page sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Bayard Friskey
"OK, now after you open the cat up. . ."
"I can tell my mother made my lunch today!"
"l don't feel so healthy."
"She calls us her health career groupies! "
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C. Ahmed, J. Dylewski, P. D'Adesky, sponsor, Miss Jerzykowski
Health Careers -
Assigned to guide and direct, the Father Lopez School Board of Education is
composed of local citizens who give 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 in the operation of
the 1980 Spring Festival.
"l'm so proud of my boy!"
"Oh, ls that so?" "Hurry up and take the picture" "You do what for a pastime?!
Sitting Left to Right: K. Coble, C. Ahmed, J. Kelly, Father Hogan, Standing: R. Nowviskie, N. Pistana, B. Loucks
l 40 - School Board
ith one hand onthe buzzer and a
oggled mind full of trivia, the Brain Bowl
am met the challenge of many Central
lorida teams. Sponsored by Mr. Arcuri,
he team outsmarted several teams and
affled all of them. The topics covered
ere broad and took the great ability of A
opez students to come through.
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ssaniti, Scott Higbee, John Basile, Nathalie Day, Ted Belitsos, Bill Alexander, Brett Mackay, Liam Downey, John
"lt's on the tip ot' my tongue"
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WE DO IT ALL
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Editor in Chief T. Farmery Research Ed.,
Layout Ed., B. Moser, Business Manag
Copy Ed., D. Freeman
Taking pictures, what's that?"
"We had to pose for this picture"
Donn Carey, Megan Smith.
Keith Kulzer, Bruce Brady, Jim Goer-
"Am ldoing this right?"
"A bit more arsenic will do the trick."
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A lot of time and effort went into the
production of the 1979-1980 Veritas. The
yearbook required devotion, patience,
creativity, and giving up several Saturdays
from all the staff members. Due to
financial difficulties and deadline threats
we were all ready for the 1400 ward by
the time the book was sent to the printers.
Under the supervision of Cathy Boyle and
the guidance of Tina Farmer, our hard
work was repaid through the pleasure
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of all we were able to stay friends until the
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"Let's cruise to the beach!" "Check
the waves?" Many expressions like
these are heard daily around the
Lopez campus. But when surf's up
all the Lopez surfers, amateur as
well as pro, grab baggies and board
and hit the beach. It makes no
difference to them whether it s
Monday or Saturday, they're all
gonna get tubed!
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Class Song Time In a Bottle Class Colors
by Jim Croce Kelly Green and White
If I could save time in a bottle
the first thing that I d like to do
is to save everyday till eternity '
passes away iust to spend them with
If I could make days last forever
if words could make wishes come true
I d save everyday like a treasure
and then, again, I would spend them
But there never seems to be enough
Rose - represents a passion
for life that is pure and simple
To achieve all that
We must attempt the
do once you find them. To be as much as we
I looked around enough to know that , can be,
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If I had a book iust for wishes, more
and dreams that had never come true
the box would be empty except
for the memory of how they were answered
But there never seems to be enough
time to do the things you want to
do once you find them.
I lookedfground enough to know that
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time with I
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Key: I. T. Kenney, 2. D. Bookmyer, 3. B. Brookfield, 4. K. Martin, 5. L. Silva, 6. B. Albano, 7. J. Spear, 8. S. McCormick, 9. D. Loconte
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7. "Put that in your pipe and smoke it!"
5. "That's what I cclla manl"
2. "How loose is your goose?" 3. "Cheetah 's stuntman!
6. "My batteries ran out, bad deal. "
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KEY: I. D. Cone, 2. K. Nongano, 3. T. Anthony, 4. J. Berndt, 5. J. Santos, 6. D. Fulton, 7. W. Dunn, 8. L. Steed, 9. L. McFolI, IO. L. Nowviskie, I I . S. Daly, I2. C. Lenz
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1. "lsat on a tack."
8. "Ready for my haircut, mom. "
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5. "Baby squeeze a lot!"
9. "Can you tell l'm a real
12. "Like Father . . . like Son . . . " 13. "Mousel Mouse!"
17. "l survived Three Mile
KEY: 1. C. Viviano, 2. P. Connor, 3. R. Dillard, 4. R. Taylor, 5. K. Despart, 6. S. Starch, 7. J. Nordmann, 8. R. Wolf, 9. M. Spaulding, 10. C. Sheehan, 1 1. G. Danio, 12. L. Kelly, 13.
M. Cook, 14. T. Farmer, 15. l.. Jarrell, 16. K. Motzel, 17. K. Caravati
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Homeroom 109 - Raymond Adiemian, John Basile, Donya Bookmyer, Ellen Burns, Dan Cone, Grace Danio, Wes
Dunn, Donna Fulton, Gina Herndon, Bami Hodossy, Janet Jones, Leslie Krawczynski, Keith Kulzer, Mark Mathews,
Linda McFall, Bernadette Moser, Joe Nordmann, Lisa Nowviskie, Lerod Reid, Cathy Sheehan, Leslie Staed, Charles
Viviano, Robert Wolf.
"Wow, a number ten" "l wish she would uncover her paper. "
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omeroom l07 - Todd Anthony, John Berndt, Beth Brookfield, Mike Chase, Susan Daly, Richard Dillard, Lori Farnan,
ebby Freeman, Michael Friskey, Jim Gildea, John Ireland, Leslie Jarrell, Taka Kawamata, Tina Kenney, Jim Lloyd, David
oconte, Sherri McCormick, Kathy Nangano, Sharon O'Neill, Kimberly Pyle, Judy Santos, Megan Smith, Joe Spear, Chris-
"We just locked Brady in the darkroom."
"I dare you to knock this off my shoulder!"
"You 've got to be kidding"
"When does the team get here?"
Homeroom 205 - Bob Albano, George Bentley, Sue Bouchard, Kevin Caravati, Paul Connor, Mary Cook, Kathy Despart,
Tina Farmer, Sue Fox, Scott Higbee, Larry Kelly, Cindy Lenz, Karen Martin, John Mori, Kristen Motzel, Janis O'Brien, Eddy
Rossario, David Seilkop, Liliana Silva, Melanie Spaulding, Suzy Starch, Ray Taylor, Pat Twomey, David Wanstall.
Senior Homeroom - 159
FRIENDLIEST MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
dy Santos and Eddy Rossario Lori Fcrncm and Joe Nordmunn
BEST ALL AROUND
Mary Cook and Larry Kelly
pril 26, 1962
aytona Beach, Florida
'Men for their sins have shaving, too, entail'd upon
I-ieir chins." Byron
.L.H.S. l-2-3-45 Soccer l.
ecember 26, T962
ew York City, New York
'The human race has only one really effective
eapon and that is laughter." Mark Twain
.L.H.S. l-2-3-4, Intramural Basketball 2-3, Football
l-2-3-44 Track l-2-4, Weightlifting 3-4, Basketball
anager 47 Field Day l-2-3.
December I5, i962
Poughkeepsie, New York
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"A good imitation is the most perfect originality."
F.L.H.S. l-2-3-4, J.V. Football 3, Tennis l.
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Moy 2, 1962
Daytona Beach, Florida
"This fellow is wise enough to play the fool, and to
do that well, craves a kind of wit." Shakespeare
F.L.H.S. l-2-3-4, Soccer 2-4, Green Scene Staff 3,
Yearbook Staff 4, Who's Who Among American
High School Students 4.
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John Carl Basile
August l5, l963
New York City, New York
"The mind ought sometimes to be amused, that it
may the better return to thought, and to itself."
F.L.H.S. l-2-3-4, Brain Bowl 3-4, Spanish Club 3-4
Treasurer 4, Health Careers Club 4, Soccer 2-3-4,
Co-Captain 4, Tennis lg N.E.D,T. Award l.
March 2, l962
"One ear heard it, and the other, out it went,"
F.L.H.S. l-2-3-4, Surf Club 3, Soccer l-2, J.V.
Football l-2, Baseball 3, Freshman Basketball.
onya Faye Bookmyer
pril 3O, 1962
ompano Beach, Florida
'Good humor is the health ofthe soul, sadness its
.L.H.S, I-2-3-4, Christian Service Club I-2-3-4, Pep
lub 3, Prom Committee 3, Green Scene Staff 3,
earbook Staff 4,
aytona Beach, Florida
'The only freedom which deserves the name is that
I pursuing our own good, in our own way, so long
s we do not attempt to deprive others of theirs or
mpede their efforts to obtain it." J, S. Mill
.L.H.S. I-2-3-4, Intramural Volleyball l'2-3-4,
ntramural Basketball 2, Track I-2-3-4, Cross Country
-3-4, Volleyball I-2-3-4, Captain 4, Field Day I-2,
unior Class Secretary, Prom Committee 3, Yearbook
tcft 3, Homecoming Freshman Court, Volleyball All
onlerence Champs 3, District Champion in 880 Yd.
Susan Ruth Bouchard
January IO, I962
Syracuse, New York
"Happy are those who dream and are ready to poy
the price to make them come true." Anonymous
F.L.H.S. I42-3-4, Pep Club 2-3-4, Spanish Club 3,
Health Careers Club 2-4, National Honor Society 3-
4, President 4, Intramural Volleyball I-2, Intramural
Basketball I, Track 2, Cheerleading I-Z3-4, Captain
4, Field Day I-2-3-4, Sophomore Class Secretary,
Yearbook Staff 3, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming
Committee 2-3, Easter Seal Danceeaethon,
Homecoming Senior Court, School Record Tri-Jump,
Michael Edwin Chase
Daytona Beach, Florida
"Run, if you like, but try to keep your breath, work
like a man, but don't be worked to death." Holmes
F.L.H.S. l-2-3-4, Math Club 3, Chess Club 3, J.V.
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F.L.H.S. l-2-3-4, Spanish Club 3, Backpacking Club
3, Football 2-3, Soccer 3-4, Baseball 4, National
Honor Society 4, Treasurer 4, Coaches Award for
Football 3, Who's Who Among American High
School Students 4.
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"Kindness is the sunshine in which virtue grows."
F.L.H.S. l-4, Pep Club l-4, Drama Club l-4, Spanis
Club 4, Wilderness Club 4, Swimming l.
Daniel Francis Cone
ecember 19, 1961
aytona Beach, Florida
'Be yourself. Who else is better qualified?"
Frank Giblen ll
.L.H.S. 1-2-3-4, Spanish Club 2-3, Health Careers 4,
nteract 4, Surf Club 3, Scuba Club 4, Intramural
asketball 4, J.V. Football l-2, Captain 2, Football
I-4, Basketball l-4, Weightlifting 3-4, Track 1-2-3-4,
ield Day l-2-3-4, Yearbook Staff 4, WDAT Football
Defensive Player 4.
.lune 13, 1962
Daytona Beach, Florida
"A man who lives right, and is right, has more power
in his silence than another has by his words."
F.l..H.S. 1-2-3-4, Spanish Club 3, J.V. Football l,
Football 2-3-4, Freshman Basketball, J.V. Basketball
2, Basketball 3 4, Baseball 1 2 3 4, Co Captain 3,
Field Day l-2, Football Honorable Mention 3.
Mary Francis Cook
October 31, 1962
"Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others
cannot keep it from themselves."
Sir James Barrie
F.L.H.S. 1-2-3-4, Spanish Club 3, Pep Club 2,
National Honor Society 3-4, Student Teacher Day 3-
4, Intramural Basketball 1-2, Captain 2, Intramural
Volleyball 1-2, Basketball l-2-3-4, News Journal
Player of the Week 2-4, M.V.P. 2-4, High Point
Player 2-3-4, All State 2-3-4, Volleyball 2-3-4,
Swimming 1-2-4, All State 1, Field Day 1-2, S.G.A.
Representative 3-4, Senior Class Vice President, Prom
Committee 3, Green Scene Staff 3, Art Show Award
Seniors -- 165
August l6, I962
San Diego, California
"The only way to win happiness is to give it, the more
we give, the more we have." Anonymous
F.L.H.S. 4, Keyettes 2-3, Girls' Chorus I-2, Tennis 4
Track 2, Junior Class Secretary, Civil Service Award
Kathleen Pearl Despart
November 27, i962
"Very little is needed to make a happy life, lt is all
within yourself, in your way of thinking." Marcus
F.L.H.S. 2-344, Intramural Basketball 2-34,
Intramural Bowling 2-3-4.
l 66 - Seniors
Nesley Raymond Dunn
arch 24, I962
aytona Beach, Florida
Enough charm for two gentlemen in one."
.L.H.S. I-2-3-4, Interact I-2-3-4, President 4, Scuba
lub 4, Intramural Basketball 3-4, Football I-2-3-4,
0-Captain 4, Track I-2-3-4, Weightlifting 3-4, Field
ay I-2-4, Class President Freshman, Sophomore,
nior, S.G.A. 3-4, Vice-President 3, President 4,
loot Building Committee 3-4, Homecoming
ommittee 3-4, Student Fundraising 3, Magazine
rive 3-4, Yearbook Staff 3, Mr. Lopez 78-79, Mr.
ongeniality 78-79, Senate Page 3, President of
enate IBoys' Statel 3, Hugh O'Brien Award 2,
merican Legion Award I, Chamber of Commerce
ward 3, Who's Who Among American High School
tudents 3-4, Prom Committee 3.
October 26, I962
"There are times when silence is the best way to yell
at the top of your voice." O. A. Battista
F.L.H.S. I-2-3-4, Spanish Club 3, Health Careers
Club 4, Intramural Basketball 3-4, Swimming I-2-3-4
Captain 4, Field Day 2, Senior Class Treasurer,
Who's Who Among American High School Students
Tina Louise Farmer
September IO, I 962
Royal Oak, Michigan
"Our whole life is but a greater and longer
childhood." Benjamin Franklin
F.L.H.S. 2-3-4, Pep Club 2-3-4, Treasurer 3, Drama
Club 2, Interact 3-4, Swimming 2-3-4, Co-Captain 4,
Homecoming Committee 3-4, Prom Committee 3,
Green Scene Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Editor-in-
Chief, National Honor Society 3-4, Field Day 2-4.
Seniors - 67
Susan Marie Fox
November 25, I962
Daytona Beach, Florida
"All good things come in small packages."
F.L.H.S. l-2-3-4, Pep Club l, Intramural Basketball l-
2, Swimming l-2, Basketball l-2, Manager 3-4,
Volleyball Manager 4, Field Day l-2.
l68 - Seniors
Lori Elizabeth Farnan
June 7, l962
Baldwin, New York
"Do not take life too seriously, you will never get ou
of it alive." Elbert Hubbar
F.L.H.S. l-2-3-4, Pep Club l-2, National Honor
Society 3-4, Vice-President 3, Prom Committee 3,
Magazine Drive Committee 3, N.E.D.T. Award l,
Who's Who Among American High School Students
Debora Dawn Freeman
May 16, 1962
Daytona Beach, Florida
"She is quiet, she is shy, but there is mischief in her
F.L.H.S. l-2-3-4, Pep Club l-2-3-4, Treasurer 4,
Spanish Club 2-3-4, Secretary 3, President 4,
National Honor Society 3-4, Secretary 4, Interact 3-
4, Christian Service Club l-2, Intramural Volleyball 2
3-4, Homecoming Committee 4, Green Scene Staff 3
Editor, Yearbook Staff 4, Copy Editor, Honduras
Orphan School Correspondent 4, Student Teacher
November 21, 1962
long Island, New York
'He who laughs - lasts." Norwegian Proverb
'.L,H,S. 4, Tennis 1, Homecoming Committee 2-3,
-American Cancer Society Volunteer 2.
face a danger once than be always in fear."
. 1-2-3-4, Interact 3-4, Spanish Club 2, Surf
3, Scuba Club 4, Racquetball 4, Intramural
2, Football 1-2-3-4, Captain 4, Honorable
All Area Football 2-3, All Conference
all 3, Baseball 2-3-4, Basketball 1-3-4, Captain
Swimming 1,Weightlifting 3-4, Field Day 1-2-3-4,
took Staff 4, Homecoming Court 3.
October 18, 1962
Daytona Beach, Florida
"lf you can't have fun and fool around alittle, life
isn't worth living," Anonymous
F.L,H,S. 1-2-3-4, Cheerleader 1-2, , Spanish Club 2-
3, Health Careers Club 3-4, Pep Club 1-2, Intramural
Volleyball 1-2-3-4, Captain 3, Football Statistician 3-
4, Homecoming Committee 1-2, Prom Committee 3,
Green Scene Staff 3, Who's Who Among American
High School Students 3-4.
Seniors - 169
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Gina Alice Herndon
August 22, 1962
Lake City, Florida
"My best thoughts always come a little too late."
F.L.H.S. 3-4, French Club 3, Drama Club 4, Prom
February 22, 1962
"One of the greatest labor-saving devices of today is
F.L.H.S. 1-2-3-4, Spanish Club 3-4, Drama Club 1,
Brain Bowl 3-4, Tennis 1-3, Soccer 4, Who's Who
Among American High School Students 3.
January 22, 1962
"Life is never what it seems and every man must meet
Dennis De Young
F.L.H.S. 1-2-3-4, J.V. Football 25 Chess Club 3-4,
1 70 - Seniors
-Jovember 16, l962
You only live once. But if you work it right, once is
nough." Fred Allen
.L.H.S. l-4, Basketball I-4, Football I-4, Diving I,
-aseball 4, Field Day I, Homecoming Court 4.
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October 6, l962
Raleigh, North Carolina
"When friends meet, hearts warm." Scottish Proverb
F.L.H.S. 'I-2-3-4, Drama Club I-2, Secretary 2,
Spanish Club 3, Pep Club l, Christian Service Club I-
2-3, Intramural Bowling I, Intramural Basketball I,
Intramural Volleyball l-2, Field Day I-2, Who's Who
Among American High School Students 3.
Janet Marie Jones
December 29, l96l
Durham, North Carolina
"Quiet are her ways, but friendly are her actions."
F.L.H.S. I-2-3-4, Spanish Club 2-3-4, National Honor
Society 4, Health Careers 3-4, President 4, Pep Club
'I-2-3-4, Math Club 3, Drama Club I-2, Interact 4,
Cheerleading L2-3-4, Tennis l-2-3-4, Field Day I,
S.G.A. Senior Class Representative, Prom Committee
3, Top Academic Student I-3.
December 20, 1961
"No man is free who is not master of himself."
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Christina M. Kenney
December 20, 1962
Daytona Beach, Florida
"The supreme happiness in life is the conviction that
we are loved." Hugo
F.L.H.S. 1-2-3-4, Christian Service Club 1-2-3,
Spanish Club 3, Pep Club 1-2, Green Scene Staff 3.
1 72 - Seniors
Lawrence J. Kelly, Jr.
August 28, 1962
"We all know it isn't human to be perfect too many
of us take advantage of it." Anonymous
F.L.H.S. 1-2-3-4, Interact 1-2-3-4, Spanish Club 2-3,
Health Careers 3-4, Backpacking 2-3-4, Scuba Club
4, Intramural Basketball 2-3-4, Football 1-2-3-4,
Captain 4, Honorable Mention All Area Baseball 3,
Soccer 2-3-4, Weightlifting 3'4, Racquetball 4, Field
Day 1-2-3-4, Class Vice President, Freshman -
Sophomore - Junior, Senior Class President, S.G.A.
1-2-3-4, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Committee
2-3-4, Yearbook Staff 4, Business Manager,
Homecoming Sophomore Court, Homecoming King,
Who's Who Among American High School Students
ndrew Keith Kulzer
ay 24, 1962
rmond Beach, Florida
'Happiness comes from feeling deeply, enioying
Eimply, and thinking freely." Anonymous
.L.H.S. 1-2-3-4, Surf Club 3, Intramural Basketball
1-2-3, Golf 1-2-3-4, M.V.P. 3-4, Basketball 4, Field
ay 1-2-3, Yearbook Staff 4, Photographer.
Leslie Gloria Krawczynski
August 24, 1962
"She's like the sun, for like him, she takes no rest, nor
ever sets in one place, but to rise in another." Dryden
F.L.H.S. 1-2-3-4, Spanish Club 2-3-4, Vice President
4, Drama Club 4, Interact 2-3-4, Pep Club 1-2-3-4,
Intramural Volleyball 2-3-4, Cheerleading 1-2-3-4,
Co-Captain 2-4, Sophomore Class Treasurer, Junior
Class Secretary, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming
Committee 3, Red Cross Blood Donor 4, Baseball
Manager 3-4, Homecoming Court 3, Who's Who
Among American High School Students 3-4.
October 5, 1962
Cocoa Beach, Florida
"Beauty is the ambrosia ofthe Gods, and the sweet
wine ofthe young at heart." Anonymous
F.L.H.S. 3-4, Spanish Club 3, Soccer Manager 4,
Miss Lopez 78-79, Who's Who Among American
High School Students 3.
Seniors - 173
David Joseph Loconte
February 7, I962
"To know him is to love him, but to get along with
him is another story." Anonymous
F.L.H.S. l-2-3-4, Spanish Club l-2, Surf Club 3,
Interact 4, Scuba 3-4, Basketball l-2-3-4, Freshman
Basketball - M.V.P., Football l-2-3-4, J.V. Football,
M.V.P. 2, Varsity Football Captain 4, Orlando
Sentinel Football Player ofthe Week, Honorable
Mention, All Area Football, Prom Committee 3,
Quarterback Club Player of the Week 4.
l 74 - Seniors
James Fredrick Lloyd
May 2, 1962
Daytona Beach, Florida
"One thing I can tell you is you got to be free." Joh
F.L.H.S. l-2-3-4, Surf Club 3, Swimming I-2.
Sherri Lynn McCormick
October 21, l962
Daytona Beach, Florida
"Days without laughter are the most useless of all.'
F.L.H.S. 3-4, Backpacking Club 3, Anchor Band 2,
French Club 2, Intramural Volleyball 3-4, Track
Statistician 3-4, Soccer Statistician 2-3, Sophomore
Class Secretary, Yearbook Staff 4, Who's Who
Among American High School Students 3-4.
-inda Marie McFall
ecember l, I 962
'There was a general whisper toss, and wriggle, but
etiquette forbade them all to giggle."
lAark Gerard Mathews
pril 5, i962
rooklyn, New York
For that tired, run-down feeling, try Jay walking."
.L.H.S. l-2-3-4, Health Careers 3-4, Racquetball 4,
wtramural Basketball 2-3-4, Football l-2-3-4, Golf l-
'-3-4, Field Day 2-3-4.
May 9, I962
"Beauty seen is never lost."
John Greenleaf Whittier
F.L.H.S. I-2-3-4, Pep Club I-2-3-4, Health Careers
Club 4, Christian Service Club 4, Interact 4,
Intramural Volleyball I -2-3-4, Cheerleading l-2-3-4,
Tennis 2-3-4, Field Day l-2, Freshman Class
Representative, Prom Committee 3, Miss Lopez 2nd,
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August l9, 1962
Binghampton, New York
"Take it any way you want it, be your own Superstarg
let the world know the only way you want it is the
way you are." OutlawS
F,L.H.S. l-2-3-45 Pep Club I-2-3, French 2g
Intramural Volleyball 2-3-4, Swimming l-45 Green
Scene Staff 3.
l 76 - Seniors
February Ili, l962
Daytona Beach, Florida
"Ga for the gusto, or don't go at all." Anonymous
F.L.H.S. l-2-3-Ag Spanish Club 3-Ag Pep Club l-2-3-4
President 45 Interact 45 lntramural Volleyball 2-3-4,
Intramural Basketball Aj Homecoming Committee 3g
Yearbook Staff 4, Lay-Out Editor, Green Scene Staff
35 Blood Drive 3-A, Who's Who Among American
High School Students 3.
November l7, l96l
"Laughter is the shortest distance between two
People-H Victor Barge
F.L,H.S. I-2-3-41 Spanish Club 2-3.
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ong lsland, New York
Friendship is a sheltering tree and many seek her
.L.H.S. l-2-3-4, Pep Club l-2-3-4, Service Club l,
panish Club l-2, Drama Club l-2, Soccer Manager
,Green Scene Staff 3, Senior Class Secretary 4.
Joseph Thomas Nordmann
January 30, I962
"l've got to be free, free to face the life that's ahead
of me." Dennis DeYounge
F.L.H.S. l-2-3-4, Spanish Club 2-3-4, Treasurer 3,
Health Careers Club 3-4, Surf Club 3, Interact 4,
National Honor Society 3-4, Intramural Basketball 2-
3-4, Basketball Manager 3, Football l-2-3-4, Soccer
l-2-3-4, Captain 4, Track l-3, Brain Bowl 3-4, Senior
Class Representative, Field Day l-2, Homecoming
Committee 4, Red Cross Blood Donor 3-4, N.E.D.T.
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Lisa Ann Nowviskie
January 3, i962
Montgomery, West Virginia
"There once was a girl who didn't have much
upstairs, but, oh what a stairway!"
F.L.H.S. l-2-3-4, Pep Club l, Brain Bowl 2-3-4,
President 4, Swimming l-2-3-4, Girls' Basketball l
S.G.A. Representative 3, Prom Committee 3,
Yearbook Staff, Business Editor 3, Basketball
Statistician 2-3, N,E.D.T. Award l, News-Journal
Correspondent 4, Sadie Hawkins Daisey Mae l,
Homecoming Queen 4.
January 13, 1962
Camden, New Jersey
"I'd rather laugh with the sinners than cry with the
saints. The sinners are much more fun."
F.L.H.S. 1-2-3-45 Spanish Club 2-35 Pep Club 1-2-3-45
S.G.A. Representative lp Interact 25 Backpacking
Club 35 Green Scene Staff 35 Cheerleading 2-3,
Captain 25 Swimming 1-2-3-4, Co-Captain 45 Prom
October 16, 1962
Brooklyn, New York
"So sweet the blush of bashfulness, even pity scarce
can't wish it Iess."
F.L.H.S. 45 National Honor Society 2-35 French
Award 35 Homecoming Court 4.
178 - Seniors
Sharon Katherine O'Neill
March 13, 1962
"Our opinion of people depends less upon what w
see in them than upon what they make us see in
F.L.H.S. 1-2-3-45 Spanish Club 2-35 Pep Club 15
Swimming l5Track 25 S.G.A. Representative 1-25
Green Scene Staff 35 Yearbook Staff 45 Who's Wh
Among American High School Students 35 America
Legion Oratorical Contest, School Alternate Winne
J. Rossario, Jr.
An able man shows his spirit by gentle words and
actions, he is neither hot nor timid."
L.H.S. 1-2-3-4, French Club 1-2, Vice President 1,
Careers Club 3-4, President 3, Interact 4,
,Tennis 1-2-3-4, Mr. Lopez 1st Runner-up.
4, .l.V. Football 1-2, Football 4, Soccer 3-
James LeRod Reid
October 13, 1962
Daytona Beach, Florida
"A pretty woman is a welcome guest." Byron
F.L.H.S. 3-4, French Club 3, Math Club 3, National
Honor Society 4, Basketball 3-4, Baseball 3-4, Who's
Who Among American High School Students 3, Boys'
State 3, Homecoming Court 4.
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Judy Lillia Santos
November 24, 1962
"Every man has a place - in his heart there is a
space - and the world can't erase his fantasy."
Earth, Wind, and Fire
F.L.H.S. 1-2-3-4, Drama Club 4, Spanish Club 3-4,
Pep Club 4, Intramural Basketball 1, Intramural
Volleyball 1-2-3-4, Track 1-2-4, Volleyball 2-3,
Soccer Manager 2-3, Field Day 1, Green Scene Staff
3, Yearbook Staff 4.
Seniors - 1 79
Catherine Marie Sheehan
January 30, I962
Daytona Beach, Florida
"The happiest moments of my life have been in the
flow of affection among friends." Thomas Jefferson
F.L.H.S. l-2-3-4, Pep Club l-2, Drama Club 2,
Spanish Club 2, Christian Service Club 2-3,
Intramural Bowling I, Field Day l.
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David Milton Seilkop
March 9, i962
"A pat on the back is only a few vertebrae removed
from a kick in the pants, but is miles ahead in
results." V. Wilcox
F.L.H.S. l-2-3-4, Spanish Club 35 J.V. Basketball 2-3
J.V. Football I-2, Football 3-4, Weightlifting 3-45
Who's Who Among American High School Students
April 12, I962
Los Angeles, California
"Along the lane of memory, the blossoms never
fade, for near and far, still cherished are the
friendships we have made." Edgar A. Guest
ne 7, 1962
he soul would have no rainbow, had the eyes no
ars." John Vance Cheney
L.H.S. 2-3-45 French Club 2-45 Intramural Volleyball
3-4, Captain 25 Basketball 25 Track 2-3-45
farbook Staff 4, Photography Secretary 45 Who's
ho Among American High School Students 45
-olleyball Co-Champs 3.
B. Spear, III
ovember I7, 1962
ever put off till tomorrow what you can do the day
ter tomorrow iust as well." Mark Twain
L.H.S. 3-45 Wilderness Club 45 lntramural
sketball 45 Cross Country 3-45 Track 3-45 Field Day
Yearbook Staff 45 Art Show Award 3.
June 4, I962
"The wisdom of many, and the wit of one," Lord
F.L.H.S. 2-3-45 Who's Who Among American High
School Students 3.
Seniors - I8
Raymond Vinson Taylor
April I I, T962
Camp LeJeune, North Carolina
"lt warms me, it charms me, to mention but her name,
it heats me, it beats me, and sets me a' on flame."
F.L.H.S. 3-4, Health Careers Club 4, Football 3-4,
Green Scene Staff 3, Who's Who Among American
High School Students 4.
I 82 - Seniors
March 27, 1962
"The heavens never had a star so bright."
F.L.H.S. I-2-3-4, French Club I-2-3-4, Pep Club 3-4,
Secretary 4, Health Careers Club 3-4, Secretary 3,
National Honor Society 4, J.V. Cheerleader 2,
Intramural Volleyball 2-3-4, Track 2-3-4, Field Day I-
2, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 3-4,
General Academic Excellence 2.
Leslie Shelton Staed
February 3, I962
Daytona Beach, Florida
"I get by with alittle help from my friends." John
Lennon and Paul McCartney
F.L.H.S.l -2-3-4, Spanish Club 3-4, Pep Club I-2-3,
Backpacking Club I-2-3, Health Careers Club 4,
Interact I-2-3-4, Math Club 3, S.G.A. Representative
I-2-3, Secretary 2, National Honor Society 3-4,
Intramural Volleyball I-2-3, J.V. Cheerleader 2,
Soccer Manager I-2-3, Tennis I-4, Racquetball 4,
Cross Country 4, Field Day I-2-4, Track I-2-3-4,
District I-2-3-4, State 2-3, Girls' Basketball
Statistician 4, Homecoming Committee I-2-3, Prom
Committee 3, Red Cross Blood Donor 4, Who's Who
Among American High School Students 3-4.
atrick William Twomey
nuary 7, I962
ooklyn, New York
he only bad part of being a good sport is that you
ve to lose to prove it."
l.H.S. l-2-3-4, Health Careers Club 4, Football I-
4, All Area 2nd Team 3, News Journal Offensive
yer of the Week 3, Track I, 2, 3, 4, M.V.P. 2-3,
I Area Track Ist Team 2-3, Weightlifting 3-4, Co-
ptain 3-4, All Area Weightlifting Honorable
ention 3, Field Day l-2.
March ll, l962
Daytona Beach, Florida
"The Lord will be your confidence and will keep your
foot from the snare."
F.L.H.S. 1-2-3-4, National Honor Society 3-4, Chess
Club 3-4, President 4, Intramural Bowling 3, Captain
3, Literary Magazine Editor 4, Volunteer Library Aid
2-3, lst Runner-up Halifax Optimist Club Orotorical
Contest I, 2nd Place Veterans of Foreign Wars
Speech Contest 3, Top Academic Average 3, 2nd
Place Art Show 3, Who's Who Among American
High School Students 4.
January 28, l962
"I would blow your mind if I could find it."
F.L.H.S. I-2-3-4, Surf Club 3, J.V. Football I-2,
Seniors - lB3
Robert Randolph Wolf
April 21, 1962
Buffalo, New York
"Lull'd in the countless chambers of the brain, our
thoughts are link'd by many ci hidden chain." Pope
F.L.H.S. 1-2-3-4, Spanish Club 3g Tennis 2, Soccer 1-
2-3-4, Captain 4, Math Club 3, Health Careers Club
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Christine Ann Weigand
September 26, 1962
Ann Arbor, Michigan
"l am an idealist. I don't know where l'm going, but
llm on mY WUY-H H Carl Sandbur
F.L.H.S. 1-2-3-4, Spanish Club 2-3, Intramural
Volleyball 2, Tennis 1-4.
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305 SEABREEZE BLVD.
DAYTONA BEACH, FL
IN DAYTONA BEACH
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2025 South Atlantic Avenue
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I87 SOUTH ATLANTIC AVE
ORMOND BEACH FLORIDA
THE MOST COMPLETE
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GEORGE H WILLIAMS
904 767 4464
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Mr and Mrs Lloyd Johnson
Good Luck Debby and DeHe
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The Pompllo Family
Susan and Kahnlca
The Boolcmyer Famlly
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The Greenbrlar Shop
Kay s Coach House
Bud and Nancy Farmer
Good Luclc Sensors
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