Fort Cherry High School - Panorama Yearbook (McDonald, PA)

 - Class of 1976

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' L any tsp 1, V5 9 , -1- Y i - - K I V V ., S.. 4 i ff , ggilrh. - ,- ' f' , . '- 4 f'.',-f' f,w'5i If I Z is-, ., f If ,S-gs?" . 3, if 4, , 'f fa A A ' if I Pi f 4 f Q A . .X v . ' u , 5 . 1 H -' i F' 6 V , C :DIE 1 I Vs fi B in-N L.. It is a SPIRIT OF LIBERTY and the knowledge that one man 's freedom is more important than anything else on earth. 35-5, . Vi, .' 14? fairs Jef s h 505:23 eg 1- 2 ,lx b,,.? y . 1 lfiP:lg: ' s 75811. , fm "" 4 f 1 'ij'-2fi'1 3. ..r..x5+:ff' rifsizbin gig? ,,.v,,! ,ii gifs s :Exif '1"' 5 ' ii ' 91 ffffiis Elsi e f fi - -, - 1 QQ' . s, ,h,gA.J..g 4' f sg., JACK N. SCHWARTZ Superintendent California State College, B.S. University of Pittsburgh, M.ED. A- f 11-1213 --we , "4- ti s . .- ij 12-if l. ,Q ,e:':waifal A ,slj:'.,ssf J fi? an-'Q 'ft5,,,, sys, :jig 2. -an are K WE, sv s -1 in XF. 11.1 ,a sg :egg Jig., ,f . :fs Q Pi' ,, .. . ,Q ,nw . , , Mig, s brg T 1- The Class of 1976 is a special class for all of us to remember. It is the Bicentennial Class. Two hundred years of educational history have passed from simple instruction in the home to elaborate facilities from which students graduate today . The stopping place for formal learning experiences is no longer a simple elementary education but further education after high school graduation to higher education and skill learning in colleges and universities, vocational and technical schools, work experience programs, and other adult education. The faculty and administration wish for you continuing success as you develop your learning processes as responsible adults. 'P'1..J, f,f1.,' ay-zg,-kZ'S 1 20 Board of , Education Seated left to right: Edwin Swartz CVice-Presidentj, Edwin Wilson fSecretary-Treasurerj, August Leipold CPresident7, Jack Schwartz fSchoo1 Superintendentj. www, , an-mf M-wmwwvwf -f' MQW Q 'Ap io" 0 WT.. bn 0 i 1 Seated left to right: Edwin Ringer, Raymond Miller, Veronica Green, Edwin Swartz, Walter Phillips. Standing left to right: Richard Moran, Henry Cole, Milton Diaz, Charles White, Edwin Wilson, Jack Schwartz, August Leipold. Not pictured: Lee Bugay, Lou Thomassy. RICHARD MORAN MILTON DIAZ Assistant Principal Elementary Principal California State College, B.S. California State College, B.S. University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed. Duquesne University, M.Ed. A MARY MCVICKER CONNIE WILLIAMSON DOROTHY IRWIN 22 -vi ii- jll 1 1 ffl? fi MR. GUY TORNABENE Dr. Charles W. White, our new high school principal, comes to Fort Cherry from Montour High School where he served as an assistant principal for five years. Prior to this, Dr. White also taught mathematics at Stowe, Sto-Rox, and Montour High Schools. Highly qualified, he attended the University of Pittsburgh where he earned a B. B. A . in Business Administration, a M.Ed. in Secondary Education, and a Ph.D. in Educational Administration. We bid Dr. White welcome and wish him many years of success at Fort Cherry High School. In June of 1975, after thirty-nine years with the Fort Cherry School District, Mr. Guy Tornabene retired. Starting in 1936 , he worked as a teacher, a coach, an assistant prin- cipal, and finally as the high school principal. We of the Panorama staff, along with the administration and faculty, take this opportunity to commend Mr. Tomabene for his many years of dedicated service and to wish him a long and happy retirement. DR. CHARLES W. WHITE 24 UESTIO 0. Who Is Your Favorite Q American Hero? "William Penn. He stood for his principles to the point of imprisonment. Upon founding Pennsylvania, he allowed freedom to all. " THOMAS MENZIES Indiana University of Pa . "Marquis de Lafayette. He defied the orders of his king to come to America to fight for American Independence." SUSAN RANDOUR Villanova University B.S. B.S. Geometry, Algebra 1, Gen. Math 9, 10 Basketball Statistician "John F. Kennedy. He gave the nation a new , young look. Combining courage with reason and combatting hate with compassion, he started our country toward new frontiers for everyone." IAMES I . GARRY Wake Forest B.S. West Virginia Univ. M. Equiv. Driver Education 10-12 Football Head Coach: Varsity Club "fir, Health 9 , 10 "All the men of the U.S. Armed Forces who died fighting for my freedom." JOHN CUNNING Greenville College B . S . Gym. Health 7-12 Varsity Basketball Coach Varsity Club "Martin Luther King. He had a dream." EDITH WILSON Slippery Rock State College B.S. Reading 7, 8 "The founding fathers for having had so much foresight . . . all the people who ever came to America and strug- gled for a better life, whether they fought the wilderness, Indians, or prejudice . " FRED D. LUSI University of Pittsburgh B.A. English 9, 10, Revolving Class 10-12 Panorama t., UESTION: Who Is Your Favorite Q American Heroine? "Sarah Kemble Knight. She was a "Eleanor Roosevelt. Wealthy, but had a teacher. possibly Ben Franklin was one genuine concern for other people." of her pupils, and a woman of inde- pendent spirit." JAMES A. YANOSIK California State College ELSIE COWDEN B . S . College of Wooster American History , VoTech , History , B. A. Social Studies 12 University of Pittsburgh Golf Team Coach , Asst . Basketball M.Lit. Coach, Sr. Class Sponsor English 12, Revolving Class 10-12 Y.E.A. , Sr. Class Play, Sr. Class Sponsor "Helen Keller. She overcame terrible "Harriet Tubman. Because of her work to handicaps to lead a full life. " help free enslaved people. It took cour- age to keep returning to the South when JERRY GAUL she could have been beaten and killed . Indiana University of Pa. B.S. TONI D. SPADA Algebra I, Geometry, Gen. Math 8, Edinboro State College 10 B.S. Mathematics 7, 8 will. IT fl "F1orence Nightingale. She reminds me of my wife. " JOHN KOBUCHI California State College B.S. Earth and Space Science 8, 9 "Saint Mother Elizabeth Seton. First American Saint who cared for people. " PATSY E. CALABRESE University of Pittsburgh B.S. , M.Ed. Home School Visitor, Audio Visual Director "Ask not what your country can do for "Let us have peace." Ulysses S. Grant you, but what you can do for your coun- try. " John F. Kennedy "Education is mankind's only hope. Education is the imperative of a uni- versal and lasting peace . . . it is the well-spring of freedom and peace." VERONICA J . MCCALMONT Indiana University CHRISTINA DONELLI B.S. Lyndon B. Johnson Edinboro State College Math '7 B.S. CHRIS SFORZA Art 7-12 Shippensburg State B.S. University of Pittsburgh M.L.S. Librarian '7-12 Jr. and Sr. High Library Club "Buy our Land? How can you buy or sell "I regret that I have but one life to give . . I will not equivocate . . . I the sky. t.he warmth of the land? We for my country." Nathan Hale don't own the freshness of the air or the sparkle of the water. " Chief Seattle MYRTLE LEE ZIMMERMAN FRANCIS J. LINKESH California State College B.S. West Virginia University M.A. Biology, Physical Science 9 , 10 will not excuse . . . I will not retreat a single inch . . . and I will be heard . " William Lloyd Garrison Indiana University of Pa. M.E. CONSTANCE A. HALL Clarion State College B.S. English, VoTech English 10-12 Afro-American Culture Club, Jr. Class Play Business Math, Bookkeeping II 10-12 Jr. High Football Coach, Prom Sponsor, Jr . Class Sponsor QUES TI ON: What Is Your Favorite Quote From American History? "The signing of the Declaration of Independence. This was the birth of the American idea of freedom . " RALPH E. LOUGHMAN Waynesburg College B.S. Univ. of Pittsburgh M.Ed. Director Pupil Personnel Services. Athletic Director Baseball Coach, National Honor Soci- ety "John Glenn's first orbit into space. Many students and teachers watched it on T. V. in Room 255 and l shall never forget the anxiety, excitement, and thrill of his successful flight." MARIE L. SMILIZY Westminster College B . B . A . Shorthand I, II, Office Practice 11, 12 Lf!!! ' fxf Ur! u A if A I - N-'X ' is N--y M 4' 'V ' I , F-Qlx' u14 urn L' t -1- A I . it 1 -my 'J ' ' S . ' I " - WM' - n.. 'A "Lincoln at Gettysburg. " "V-J Day, World War II - will never for- get it . . . Many whom I knew were EDWARD J. TOKAR coming home." California State College B.S. West Virginia University M.A. lr. High Guidance Counselor Asst. Football Coach, National Honor Society, Eighth Grade American Legion Award VIRGINIA BEE University of Pittsburgh B.S. Academic Typing I, Business Typing I, Business English 10-12 Business Club, Sr. Class Sponsor "The night of the inspired writing of the Star Spangled Banner by Francis Scott Key . " "The resignation of President Nixon. It showed that no person - not even a presi- dent - is above the constitution." KENNETH L. TUMA SALVADORE PUSATERI Carnegie Institute of Technology Duquesne University B.F.A. B.Ed. Jr. and Sr. High Choruses. Gen. Music 7- West Virginia University 12 M. Equiv. Range-Airs. Rangettes and Fortress Cho- American History 11 ruses Sr. Class Sponsor QUESTIU 5 What Is Your Favorite Event From Am erioan History? QUES7-IGN: Is The American Dream Alive And Well? "Yes. It is still possible to achieve any "Yes. At least for those who really want goal with dedication and hard work." to succeed. " VIRGINIA WILL HELEN HITCHCOCK Indiana University of Pa. College of Wooster B. S . B. A . University of Pittsburgh English '7 M .Ed. Home Economics '7-9 lr. High F.H.A. "It is, if you have worked for anything "No. Inflation, big business, and you have achieved and do not expect that crooked politicians have destroyed and things come easy in life. " controlled any hopes of the average citi- LOUIS A . KOBUCHI zen." Waynesburg and California State College RONALD DELLAPINA B.S. Science, Biology 7. 8 Findlay College B.A. West Virginia University M. Equiv. Gym, Health, History 1, 9, 10. 11, 12 Wrestling Head Coach "lt is still alive, but it is going through a very negative period . n BARBARA KAUFMAN Wheaton College B . S . University of Minnesota M . A . French 9-12 French Club. Jr. Class Sponsor "The American dream is only begin- ning to live. This country was founded with the idea of equality and freedom for all. This has only begun and I hope to see it grow. " FRANCES LINKESH California State College B. S . West Virginia Univ M . A . Remedial Reading 2-12 5 N E I AD of For What Should Amerzcans QUESTIO Be Most Thankful 'P "The teachers at Fort Cherry High Enough to eat and peace Few counrrles School. Where would the U.S. be without 1n today s world enjoy what we take for them? granted JESS KING ANTHONY I PAWLOSKY Waynesburgh College Edinboro State College B.S. B S Geneva College Geography 7 8 Teaching Certification Jr High Wrestlmg Coach Bookkeeping, Gen. Business 9-11 Cross Country Coach "People should be thankful they are Americans, especially if they are involved in the Fine Arts. Musicians and other artists in some countries are heavily censored." G. RICHARD BURNS Duquesne University Instrumental Music 7-12 Jr. I-lig ll, , Brass Ensem- ble wg . L S "Strenghthen the three most fundamental institutions of our society: the family, the church, and the school. " HARRY PRANDINI California State College B . S . World History, World Culture, U.S. His- 11, 12 tory 8-10 Jr. Class Sponsor "Restore order and discipline . " RUSSELLI. BERSHOK California State College B . S . , M. Ed . Jr. High Wood and Metal '7-9 "Strengthen family life . DELORES AMMONS Asbury College B . A . Indiana University of Pa . B. S . Penn State University M.Ed . Home Economics 10-12 Sr. High F.H.A. , Comparative Rell gions Club "Less T . V . watching reading . ' ' EUGENE LUKAN California State College B . S . Industrial Arts 9-12 How Can We Improve The QUESTION: . Quality Of Am e1'1 can Life? 30 xx - . . X' AU. 'F "Peace around the world. " RICHARD G . NOLL California State College B . S . , M . A . English, Journalism 9-12 Asst. Baseball Coach, Comparative Religions Club , Pinnacle "Achieve true equality among all peoples within this nation." FRANK ROHM Slippery Rock State College B . S . World Cultures, VoTech History 9-12 Jr. High Basketball Coach, Girls' Ten- nis Coach, Boys' Tennis Coach Y QUESTION: "To use our resources to improve our standard of thinking as well as our stand- ard of living." DONALD H. MORRISON Washington and Jefferson B.A. California State College M . A . English 11, Revolving Class 10-12 The Fort Cherry Literary Journal "Abolish women's lib." RICHARD J. ANTOSZESKI Slippery Rock State College B. S . West Virginia University M. A. Biology, Physical Science, Adv. Biology 9, 11, 12 Asst. Football Coach, Asst. Wrestling Coach ll'hhT Ulm! L "Finding a wise balance between energy conservation and ecology . " VICKI SUNBERG Clarion State College B . S . Algebra l, Algebra II, Trig. , Gen. Math 9-12 Girls Volleyball Coach, Math Club "To keep in mind that we must live for the future, not for the past. If you take care of your earth, it will take care of you. " RAYMOND P. JOHNSTON Washington and Jefferson B. A . Univ. of Pittsburgh M. Ed. Special Education 'I-12 Asst. Football Coach, Weightlifting Club What Should Our Priorities Be F 01' The Next Cen tury? J 3 J F ESTI N: How Would You Advise The QU O Future Leaders Ufflmerica ? "Develop confidence in yourselves and stand by what you believe is right no matter what the opposition." CHARLES D. HUGHEY Bethany College B. A . University of Pittsburgh M. Ed. American Civics, Pennsylvania History '7 "Learn to listen! No one knows it all and the only way one can learn is to watch and listen to others, whether they be eld- ers or peers. Have respect for the opinions of others, whether you agree with them or not . ' ' RUTH WHITE Geneva College B.A. Health, Gym '1-12 l . "To take advantage of all leadership opportunities offered to them and always try to complete leadership assignments to the best of their ability. " T. LEE CARTER Penn State University B.A. M. Equiv. Vocational Agriculture 9-12 F.F.A. . Jr. High Ag. Club "Have a good conscience . . . so people are dishonest nowadays. " GARRETTE L. EDMONDS Califomia State College B . A . University of Pittsburgh M . Ed . Sr. High Guidance Counselor Student Council many A 2-9! EILLVL "Get involved . Be honest. " SADIE LEE BURNS California State College B. S . School Nurse F. N. A . "Remember you came in alone and will go out alone and most of your important achievements will be done alone." DUANE I. SPROWLS west Liberty State College B. A. West Virginia University M. Equiv. P.O. D. , History 10-12 Business Manager - Sr. Class : . o ky KL BENJAMIN STASKO California State College B . A . University of Pittsburgh M.Ed. Adv. Math, Electronics Shop 10-12 NANCY BELL University of Pittsburgh B.S. J Typing I, TI, Consumer Economics 10-12 Business Club JOSEPH P. LAUFF Washington and Jefferson B . A . Penn State M.Ed. Physics, Adv. Science 11, 12 JOHN FILOSI California State College B.S. Chemistry. Nuclear Science 10-12 Jr. and Sr. High Drama Club BETTY THOMASSY. Aide Teacher-Aides - NANCY THOMAS. BARBARA GARRY, CAROLE TURK, ELIZABETH MASQUE- LIER Cafeteria Personnel gf ,hr kwa.: -A Left to right: Gloria Femovich, Thelma Doumom, Lou Williamson, Bernice Gilbert. Lois Yenko. Mary Lou Piazza Not pictured: Lucy Webb. C ustodians Left to right: Jim Stevenson. Raymond Bish, Lyle Brockman. "Charlie Vande!" Not picluredz Bill Nougait, Paul Brannan, Bill Bish. Bus Drivers an 1- Lefi to right: Barbara Stewart. Naomi Nishnick, John Bish, Eilleen Shaffer, Jane Litman, Zelinda M gomery. Peg Harriet. Beverly Schawb, Mark Denny. Ralph Loughman. on S . 5 , im '1 Ta'- le Fi! 11, wx. .5 Q: V' , V-f 5- A! , l J- , Q'-As' F - 61 ' Abpgk R lr-13 QW 9 ' 0 I 1 1 f 1 ., .ng 9 G ! O U I . , 4" I fl rl 'KL I u ' if I. u 0 ' A Y 5. 'x x U , ' 1' 0. ' 4 n Q 1 n gi' ' I A 1 l I 1 "' ' 1- x , 1 .. Y B I 1 1 It is the SPIRIT OF OPTIMISM of knowing that We can always make things better - of Working only forthe best, and expecting only the best. SHELBY DENISE ALEXANDER Academic Shelby Jockey Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Stage Band 3, 4: County Band 1: Co-Rec. 1, 2: F.N.A. 2, 3: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Tennis 4: Varsity Club 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 3. ROBERT MERLE AMIC Academic Fonze Undecided Chorus 3: Drama Club 1, 4: Intramu- raLetteredMarine Physical Fitness 1: National Honor Society: Prom Deco- rating Comm.: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, fLettered 3, 43: Varsity Club 4: 38 CINDY ANN ALLEN Business Cindy Undecided Business Club 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Fortress Chorus 1: Comparative Reli- gions 4: Drama Club 4: French Club 1: Girls' Basketball 4: Intramural Volley- ball 1: Intramural Tennis 2: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Panorama Staff fAsst. Ed.J: Pinnacle staff 4: Prom Decorat- ing Comm . THOMAS F. ATCI-IISON General Atch Work DORIS LYNN ALLEN Academic Doris Rehabilitation Counselor Afro-American Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4: Black Genesis 3: Co-Rec. 1, 2: Drama Club 1: F.H.A. 4 CSec. 43: Magazine Comm.: National Honor Society: Pan- orama Staff CAsst. Ed.J: Pep Club 2: Prom Decorating Comm.: Rumor Con- trol Comm. 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Student Council 2: Y.E.A. 3.4. I HELEN JUANITA BALL Business Helen Secretary Business Club 3, 4: Comparative Reli- gions 3: Chorus 1, 4: F.I-I.A. 1, 2: Panorama Staff. MARCELLA LOUISE BANAS Academic Marcy Journalist Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Co-Rec. 1, 2, 35 F.N.A. 2, 33 Intramural Tennis 2, 3g Literary journal 4: Panorama Staff: Pinnacle Staff 4g Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4 fPres. 45. Q! xg x, A W. ROBERT JOHN BARTON Academic Box College Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 CLettered 2, 3, 4Jg Football 2, 3, 4 fLettered 3, 43, Math Club 3, Marine Physical Fitness 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 qVice Pres. 43: Y.E.A. 4. STEPHEN CHARLES BANAS General Krazy Mechanic Band 2, 3, 4: Stage Band 3, 4. RONALD PAUL BA TTISTA Vocational Tista Undecided Prom Decorating Comrn.g Student Council 2, 3, 4: Vo-Tech 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 CLettered 25, Weightlifting 4. JAMES CRAIG BARR General Hatchet Navy Basketball 1, 2, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 CChap. 3,, Sent. 4, Parliamentary Procedure Comm. 439 Football 1. CHERYL LYNN BILGER Business Squirrel Secretary Chorus 1, 2. 3, 49 F.H.A. lg Intramu- ral Volleyball lg National Honor Soci- ety: Pep Club 2. GREGORY ALLEN BISH General Greg Undecided Prom Decorating Comm.: Science Club 1, 2. PAMELA JO BOZIC Business Boz Secretarial Work Business Club 3, 4: Co-Rec. 1, 2: Drill Team 2, 3, 4 QBus. Mgr. 43: F.H.A. 2. 3, 4 fTreas. 2, Pres. 33: Home- coming Court 2 , 4 qQueen 43: Pep Club 2: Student Council 3. 40 LINDA SUSAN BORELLA Business Linda Undecided Business Club 4: Intramural Tennis 2: Jr. Class Play Comm. PAUL ROBERT BREZINSKI Academic Ski Farmer F.F.A. 4: Industrial Arts 1, 2, 3: KIM RENEE BOYD Business Kim Airline Stewardess Afro-American Club 2, 3, 4: Business Club 3, 4: Cheerleader 3, 4 CCo-Capt. 43: Chorus 4 1Sec. 43: Co-Rec. 1, 2: Pep Club 2: Prom Decorating Comm.: Varsity Club 3, 4 CSec. 43. I I I EUGENE ERNEST BRIGGS y Academic Gene College X Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4 fLettered 3, 43: Cross Country 1, 2, 3 CLettered 33: Intramurals 4: Math Club 3: Prom Dec- orating Comm.: Varsity Club 3, 4. MITZI JEAN BRINKMAN Business Mitz Undecided Business Club 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: Drama Club 1: F.H.A. 1: Librarian 3, 4: National Honor Society: Pep Club 2: Y.E.A. 2, 3: Literary Journal. RENEE BROWN BYARS Business Hef Secretary Afro-American Club 2, 3, 4: Black Genesis 3: Business Club 3, 4: Bowling 2: Drama Club 1: Drill Team 3, 4 CSec. 47: F.l-l.A. 1, 2 fSec. 21: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Librarian 1, 2: Science Club 1: Student Council 1: Pep Club 2: Varsity Club 2: Youth Traffic Safety Council 3, 4: Girls' Basketball Mgr. 3, 4. SHARON LYNN BROWER Vocational Bud-Woman College Afro-American Club 2: Business Club 2: Pep Club 2: Vo-Tech. LYNDA SUSAN CAMPBELL Business Lynn Fashion Merchandising Business Club 3, 4: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3. 4: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Prom Decorat- ing: Tennis 1, 2, 3. NANCY LOUISE BROWN Academic Nancy College - Nursing Announcement Comm.: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Co-Rec. 1, 2: Drama Club 4: Edi- tion '75: F.N.A. 2, 3, 4: French Club 1, 2, 3: Intramural Volleyball 2: Jr. Class Play Cast: Math Club 2: Major- ette 3, 4: National Honor Society: Panorama Staff: Pep Club 2: Stage Band 2, 3: Y.E.A. 2, 3, 4: Literary Journal. RAYMOND DOUGLAS CEREZO General Cezro Pharmacist Jr. Play Cast: Tennis 3. l PAUL LOUIS EMERY CLARK ROBERT CLEMONS Academic "P" Academic Redbone Anthropologist State Trooper Chorus 3, 4: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 Afro-American Club 2, 3, 4: Black fLettered 3, 45: Ir. Class Play Comm.: Genesis 3: Football 3, 4: Science Marhysical Fitness 2, 3, 4 CLettered 45: Club. National Honor Society: Literary Jour- nal 4: Sr. Film Comm. DARCY LYN COOK Business Cook Nursing Business Club 4: Drama Club 4: F.H.A. 1.3, 4fTreas. 1, 41: F.N.A. 3: National Honor Society: Panorama ROBERT L. COOK Staff: Pep Club 2: Prom Decorating General Bo Comm.: Y.E.A. Undecided JON K. CONAWAY General Conway Twitty Travel Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Stage Band 3, 4. PHYLLIS KATHLEEN COOPER Academic Chillis Nursing Comparative Religions 3: French Club 1: F.N.A. 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Intra- mural Volleyball 1. RICHARD MARTIN COUDERC General Couderc Motorcycle Mechanic Announcement Comm.: Prom Deco- rating Comm.: Weightlifting 4: Wres- tling 2. JAMES GREG COWDEN Vocational Cowden Undecided Drama Club 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Student Council 3, 4: Wres- tling 1, 2, 3.4. EDWARD JOSEPH COWDEN General Ed Undecided Electronics 3, 4: Industrial Arts 2, 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm. DAVID FRANCIS CURRIN Academics Mr. C. Undecided Basketball 2, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Intra- mural Ping-Pong 2: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Prom Decorating Comm.: Student Council 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 4. JAMES ARRON COWDEN Academic Craz Air Force Chorus 2, 3, 4: F.C.T.V. 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Science Club 1, 2: Tennis 1. 2. 3: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. HARRY WILLIAM CURTIS General Farmer Mechanic Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 3. KIMBERLY ANN DAGNANA Business Kim Penn Commercial Business Club 3, 4 CVice Pres. 43: Drill Team 2, 3, 4 fLib. 43: Ir. Class Play Comm.: Panorama Staff: Spanish Club 1, 2: Tennis 3: Pep Club 2. CHARLES LAURENCE DAVIDSON General Larry Army F.F.A. 3: Football lg Prom Decorating Comm. GINA LAVERNE DALLAPIAZZA Business Gina Get a job and get married Business Club 3, 4: National Honor Society: Tennis 3. PATRICIA ANNE DAVIS Academic Farmer Medical Assistant Band 1, 2, 3, 44Sec. 1.3, 4, Lib. 3, 43: County Band 2: Co-Rec. 1, 2: Edi- tion "'l5g French Club 2: Math Club 2, 3: National Honor Society: Panorama Staff 4Asst. Ed.5: Y.E.A. 3, 4: Liter- ary Iournal 4. CATHLEEN IO-ANN DANLEY Business Cathy Pittsburgh Beauty Academy Business Club 3, 41 Chorus 1: Ir. Class Play Castg Pep Club 2: Prom Decorat- ing Comm.: Tennis 3. JAMES LEE DEMNYAN General Slob Play in a band F.F.A. 3, 4. HARRY LINTON DESCUTNER General Harry D. Contractor Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. 4 Wice Pres. 2, Treas. 3, Parliamen- tary Procedure Comm. 2, 3, 43: Ten- nis 2, 3, 4 fLettered 41. JOHN CHARLES DINSMORE General Knapp Construction Worker Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 QSection Leader 3, Pres. 49: Homecoming Escort 4: Foot- ball 1: Industrial Arts 2, 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Science Club 1: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Stage Band 3: Weightlifting 3, 4. JAMES R. DEWEY Academic Dewey College Intramural Volleyball 4. JONATHAN ROBERT DOLINA Academic Fu Air Force Announcement Comm.: Chorus 2, 3, 4 CSection Leader 43: French Club 1: Jr. Class Play Stage Mgr.: Math Club 2: National Honor Society: Science Club 1, 2: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4: Y.E.A. 2, 3, 4 fPres. 43. BARBARA ANN DICKINSON Business Bib Medical Secretary Business Club 3, 4: Drill Team 4: French Club 1, 2: F.H.A. 3 CVice Pres. 35: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Pep Club 1, 2: Prom Decorating Comm.: Tennis 2, 3. PAULA ANN DOPUDJA Business Pooch Pittsburgh Beauty Academy Afro-American Club 2: Business Club 3, 4: Chorus 1: Co-Rec. 1, 2: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Pep Club 2: Prom Deco- rating Comm.: Spanish Club 3: Tennis 3. DAVID LEE DURAN Academic Dave Coal Miner Electricity Club 3: Industrial Arts 1, 3, 4: Football: Pinnacle Staff 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Tennis 4: Science Club 1: Spanish Club 2: Weightlifting 4: Y.E.A. 4. SUSAN MARIE ENGLE General Sue X-Ray Technician F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 CSec. 3,: F.F.A. County Queen 33: Co-Rec. 1. 2, 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Track Team 1, 2: Magazine Comm.: National Honor Society: Pinnacle Staff 3: Presi- dent's Physical Fitness Team 1, 2, 3. 46 IANICE EVELYN EDMONDS Academic Jan Public Accountant Afro-American Club 3, 4: Behavior Comm. 4: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 CCapt. 43: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 CVice Pres. 33: Co-Rec. 1, 2: French Club 1: Home- coming Court 4: Math Club 3: National Honor Society: Pep Club 2: Prom Dec- orating Comm.: Student Council 3. 4 fSec. 43: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Y.E.A. 3, 4fT1'C3S. 43. MICHAEL HAYNES General Mike Undecided Transfer from Mount Sr. High School CSeatt1e, Washington3. DAVID MICHAEL EILER Academic Goon Pro-Basketball Player Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 CLettered 2, 3, 43: Baseball 3, 4 CLettered 3, 43: Var- sity Club 2, 3, 4. CYNTHIA ANN FELTON Business Cindy Professional Photographer Business Club 3, 4: Mascot 3: Cheer- leader 4: Chorus 1: Co-Rec. 2: F.I-I.A. 1 CPres. 13: Intramural Volleyball 1: Jr. Class Sec.: Literary Journal 3, 4:: Panorama Staff: Pinnacle Staff 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Prom Decorating Comm.: Spanish Club 1, 2: Tennis 2: Varsity' Club 3, 4: Y.E.A. 4. BRIAN PAUL FOFLYGEN Vocational Flof Electronic Technician vo-Ag 1. TAMMY RAE GANCHUK Business Tammy Get Married Ir. Class Play Comm. LORNA M. FREVILLE General Lorna Roll with the times Business Club 4, F.N.A. 3: Prom Dec- orating Comm.g Science Club 1: Ten- nis 1 . JOSEPH RICHARD GARDINER Academic Rick Pro-Baseball Player Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 qLettered 1, 2, 3, 43: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 iLettered 3, 43: Pinnacle Staff 3, 4. IRENE GALBRAITH General Reenie Undecided SHERRY LYNN GATTEN Business Sherry Go to work and get married Business Club 4, National Honor Soci- ety: Prom Decorating Comm.: 8th Grade American Legion Award. MICHAEL JAMES GEDMAN Academic Mike Work or Army Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 CLettered 35: Prom Decorating Comm.: Varsity Club 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3. ROBIN LYNN GILBERT Business Bird Secretary Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. 1: Intramu- ral Volleyball 1' Club 48 ROBERT ALLEN GILBERT General Bob Electrician F.F.A. 3, 4 fChap. 45: Panorama Staff 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Wrestling Mgr. 1. KENNETH WAYNE GLASS Academic Glass College Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Math Club 3: National Honor Society: Spanish Club 2: Varsity Club 4: Y.E.A. 3. 4. ROBERT CHARLES GILBERT Academic Gib Veterinarian Baseball 3, 4: Drama Club 4: Literary Journal 4: Math Club 3, 4: Panorama Staff: Prom Decorating Comm.: Span- ish Club 2: Tennis 2: Intramural Vol- leyball 4: Y.E.A. 3, 4. ARTHUR SCOTT GODWIN Academic Luke Golf Course Architect F.F.A. 4: Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 fLettered 1, 2, 3, 43: Math Club 2: Tennis 3: Var- sityC1ub4:Y.E.A.3. I PAMELA JEAN GUIDOS Academic Hippie Nursing Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Stage Band 3, 4g Edi- tion '75, Co-Rec. 25 Drama Club 4: F.N.A. 2, 3, 4: Jr. Class Play Stage Mgr.: Math Club 2, National Honor Societyg Prom Decorating Comm., Science Club 2, Sr. Film Comm.g Varsity Club 3, 4: Volleyball 3, 4 fLettered 3, 43: Y.E.A. 4. DAVID HAVEL Academic Haspool Play in a Band Chorus 45 F.C.T.V. 2, 3, 43 Stage Band 4. A DIANA SUSAN HAINAUT Academic Di Nursing Drill Team 3, 4: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 CSec. 35: F.N.A. 3, 4g Intramural Volleyball 1: Panorama Staff: Pep Club 2: Prom Decorating Comm. JACK DONALD HEIRENDT General Haunt Trade School Industrial Arts 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Class Play. BRYAN ANTHONY HAMILTON Business Bryan Filthy-Rich Businessman Transfer from Upper St. Clairg Pano- rama Staff qAsst. Ed.J. WALTER MICHAEL HERBST General Gumby Undecided Drama Club 43 Jr. Class Play Cast: Prom Decorating Comm., Wrestling 2, 3, 4 fLettered 2, 35: Varsity Club 3, 4. MARGARET KATHLEEN HERON Academic Kathleen Social Work Announcement Comm.: Bowling 2: Drill Team 4: F.C.T.V. 3, 4: French Club 1, 2: F.H.A. 1: F.N.A. 3, 4: Intramural Tennis 2: Intramural Vol- leyball 1: Hall Monitor 4: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Literary Journal 4: Math Club 4: Panorama Staff 4Asst. Ed.J: Pep Club 2: Pinnacle Staff 4: Prom Comm.: Sr. Class Sec.: Y.E.A. 4. PETER WILLIAM HORMEL Academic Pete College Chorus 1 . 50 X CAROL ANN HOAG Business Hoag Computer Tech School Business Club 3, 4: Co-Rec. 1, 2: Drama Club 4: F.H.A. 4: Ir. Class Play Comm.: Librarian 4: Pep Club 2: Spanish Club 3 . JOSEPH DWIGHT HRADECKY General Jay Commercial Pilot Chorus 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 1: Drama Club 4: French Club 1 CPres. ll: Jr. Class Play Cast: Tennis 1, 2, 4 CLettered 43: Varsity Club 3, 4: Y.E.A. 2, 3, 4. DIANE MARY HOAG Business Diane Undecided Business Club 3, 4: Co-Rec. 1, 2: F.H.A. 3, 4: Pep Club 2. TERRY MARTIN HUCHKO General Hutch Welder Prom Decorating Comm . CAROLYN JANE IVORY Academic Carolyn School and Marriage Afro-American Club 2, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 fPres. 43: Co-Rec. 1, 2, 3: Drama Club 1, 4: Drill Team 2, 3, 4: French Club 1: Intramural Volleyball 1: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Jr. Olympics 1: Math Club 2, 3, 4 CVice Pres. 43: National Honor Society: Panorama Staff QAsst. Ed.3: Pep Club 2: Y.E.A. 3, 4. JANET PATRICIA JONES Academic Janet X-Ray Technologist Chorus 2, 3, 4 CVice Pres. 3, Treas. 43: Co-Rec. 2: Drama Club 4: F.N.A. 2, 3: Intramural Volleyball 2, 3: Jr. Class Play Student Director: Magazine Comm.: Math Club 2: National Honor Society: Prom Decorating Comm.: Science Club 2: Spanish Club 1, 2: Student Council 4 CTreas. 43: Y.E.A. 3, 4 fSec. 43: Volleyball 2, 4 fMgr. 2, Lettered 2, 43. DARLA JEAN JACKSON Business Dee College Afro-American Club 2, 3, 4 :Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 43: Basketball 3: Black Genesis 3: Business Club 4: Bowling 2: Co-Rec. 1, 2, 3: Drama Club 1, 4: Drill Team 1, 2: F.N.A. 2: Panorama Staff: Pep Club 2: Pinnacle Staff: Prom Decorating Comm.: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3 CSec. 33: Thespians 3: Y.E.A. 3, 4. BUSTER RICHARD JONES General Bus Coast Guard Afro-American Club 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 4 CLettered 43: Black Genesis Stage Comm.: Football 4 fLettered 43: Intra- murals 2: Prom Decorating Comm.: Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Weightlifting 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 :Lettered 1, 2, 3, 43. TONI ALISE JEMISON Vocational Bones Dietetic Food Service Technician Afro-American Club 2, 3, 4: Basket- ball Mgr. 3: Black Genesis 3: Chorus 1: Drama Club 1, 2, 4 QSec. 23: Prom Decorating Comm.: Student Council 3: Varsity Club 3. 4: Volleyball 3: Vo- Tech. ROBERT H . JONES Academic Jones Undecided Afro-American Club 2, 3, 4: Football Mgr. 4: Cross Country 4: Panorama Staff: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3. 4. I PENNY ELLEN KEARNS Business Penny Business Field Business Club 3, 4 CPres. 4y: Chorus 4: Co-Rec. 1, 2: F.H.A. 4 CVice Pres. 43: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Pep Club 2: Prom Decorating Comm.: Sr. Class Vice Pres.: Student Council 4: Tennis 4. VALERIE EUNICE KEMP Business Valerie Legal Secretary Afro-American Club 2. 3, 4: Business Club 3, 4 CSec. 45: Black Genesis 3: Chorus 1: Drama Club 1: Drill Team 2, 3, 4 fCapt. 43: F.H.A. 1: Librarian 4: Literary Journal 4: National Honor Society: Panorama Staff: Pep Club 2: Prom Decorating Comm.: Spanish 52 GLORIA JEAN KEMP Academic Gloria Physician's Assistant Afro-American Culture Club 4: Trans- fer from Cannon McMillan. JOSEPH EDWARD KENCEC JR. General J .J . Undecided Football 3, 4 CLettered 41: Varsity Club 4. LOUIS RAYMOND KEMP JR. General Ray Undecided Afro-American Culture Club 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1: Co-Rec. 2: Football 1, 2, 3, 4 CLettered 2, 3, 49: Intramurals 3: Ir. Class Play Comm.: Prom Deco- rating Comm.: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 CLettered 2, 3, 45. X, TONETTE RENE KERSH Business Tiger Rose Kersh Que Sera Sera Afro-American Club 2, 3. 4: Business Club 4: Drama Club 4: Ir. Class Pres.: Panorama Staff: Pep Club 2: Student Council 3, 4. NORMAN KNAPPER General Knapp Electrician Caf . Worker 4 . JOANN LAMB Business Midget Undecided Co-Rec. 1, 21 Cross Country 4. MARK KRETZLER General Byrt Work and live alone Jr. Class Play: Prom Dec. Comm.: Stage Band 3. JOELLYN LAMB Business Chops Get a job Announcement Comm.g Business Club 4: C0-Rec. 1, 2: F.H.A. 1: Prom Decorating Comm.: Journal. GARY W. LAMB Vocational Lamb Auto-Body Work F.F.A. 1gVo-Tech. LOUIS JOSEPH LAQUATRA General Slam Hairstylist Baseball 3, 4 4Lettered 3, 43: Basket- ball Mgr. 4: Golf 4: Varsity Club 45 RANDY LEE LAUFF General Randy Pro-Baseball Player Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 CLettered 2, 3, 433 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 CLettered 2, 3, 473 Prom Decorating Comm.: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. GLEN WILLIAM LEONARD General Glen Mechanical Service Advisor F.F. A. 39 Spanish Club 4g Wrestling 1. 54 TINA JEAN LEASHER General Tina Get out of school F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. CATHY ANN LEOPOLD Business Stick Airline Reservationist Bowling 25 Business Club 3, 43 F.H.A. 3, 45 F.N.A. 2, Intramural Tennis 23 Ir. Class Play Comm., Panorama Staff: Pep Club 23 Prom Decorating Comm.: Sr. Class Play Comm. ROBERT ROY LEMAL I General Trumpet Lips y Service Band X Band 1, 2, 3, 4 CPres. 1, Vice Pres. 45: County Band 1, 3, 4, Stage Band 2, 3, 4g Baseball 1, 2, Intramural Volley- ball 4g Ir. Class Play Cast, Varsity -to ' xxii 5 Y 8' ' MARVIN ROLAND LEWIS Academic Marvin Pro-Football Player i Afro-American Club 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 CLettered 2, 3, 43: Behavior Committee 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4 CLettered 2, 3, 45, Ir. Class Vice Pres.: National Honor Societyg Prom Comm. CChairmanDg Science Club 1, 23 Student Council 3, 4 CVice Pres. 45: Varsity Club 2. 3, 45 Weightlifting 2, 3: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 CLettered 45, Y.E.A. 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN MICHAEL LUCARINI General Grease Air Force Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 fLettered 1, 2, 3, 43: Magazine Comm.: Marine Physical Fitness 2, 3. 4 CLettered 2, - ' Honor Society: Tennis 1, Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 35, National l l i I JEFFREY REED MARQUIS Academic M and M Brother Service Announcement Comm.: Baseball 2, 3, 4 fLettered 3, 43: Basketball 3, 4 CLet- ,tered 45: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Drama Club 4: Varsity Club 4. MARSHA ANN MALESKY Academic Marsha College Audio-Video 3, 4: Bowling 2: Drama Club 4: Jr. Class Play Cast: Librarian 3. 4: Panorama Staff: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4 CVice Pres. 43: Tennis 2, 3. GIRARD GLEN MASKARINEC Academic Buzz Go to College and Party Drama Club 4: F.F.A. 4: National NANCY J. MARENCEL Vocational Frizzy Draftsman Basketball 1Scorekeeper 43: Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. 2: Ir. Class Play Comm.: Tennis 2, 3: Vo-Tech. STEVEN PHILLIP MATALIK General Steve Wrecker DAVID STEPHEN MATCHETT Academic Mort Undecided Math Club 2, 3: National Honor Soci- ety: Science Club 1, 2, 3: Tennis 3, 4 fLettered 3, 45: Varsity Club. ROBERT FRANCIS McCAFFREY Academic Bob Success Football 2, 3, 4 fLettered 2, 3, 45: Prom Decorating Comm.: Science Club 2: Student Behavioral Comm. 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Weightlifting 3: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 CLettered 2, 3, 45: Y.E.A. 2, 3, 4 CVice Pres. 35: Tennis 1, 2 QLettered 25: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Student Body Pres.: National Honor Society: Pinnacle Staff 3. 56 KENNETH WAYNE MCANANY Vocational Ken Undecided DENNIS KERR MCCARTY Academic M and M Brother Law Enforcement Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 CPres. 15: Drama Club 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4 fLettered 3, 45: Pinnacle Staff 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2 CLettered 2, Mgr. 1, 25: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. DEBORAH LYNN MCCAFFREY General Debi Pittsburgh Beauty Academy Business Club 3, 4: Drama Club 1, 2: Drill Team 4: F.l-l.A. 2, 3, 4fP1'6S. 45: Librarian 1, 2: Science Club 1: Jr. Class Play Cast. l LORETTA DAWN McCOY Business Bones Travel Business Club 3, 4: F.H.A. 1, 3: Librarian 1: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Vo-Tech. WILLIAM JAMES McGIVERN Academic Bill Electronics and Tennis F.C.'I'.V. 2, 3, 4: Magazine Comm.: National Honor Society: Tennis 2, 3, 4 qLettered 3, 49: Varsity Club 4: Wres- ltling 1, 2. PATRICE SARAH MENICH1 Academic Patty Undecided Announcement Comm.: Chorus 4: Co- Rec. 2: F.N.A. 2: National Honor Society: Panorama Staff 4Asst. Ed.J: Spanish Club 1. JEFFREY I. MCKEAN Academic Jeff Computer Programmer Drama Club 4: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Magazine Comm.: Math Club 3, 4: National Honor Society: Panorama Staff: Pinnacle Staff: Prom Decorating Comm.: Science Club 1: Spanish Club 1, 2: Tennis 3: Y.E.A. 3, 4. MARY KATHRYN MILLER Academic Mar X-Ray Technician Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 CSection Leader 45: French Club 2: Math Club 2, 3, 4 QSec. 43: National Honor Society: Pan- orama Staff qAsst. Ed.J: Y.E.A. 2, 3, 4. MARTIN LEO MCQUILLAN General Marty Bum F.F.A. 3, 4. CAROL IOY MLINAC Business Carol Work Business Club 3, 4: F.H.A. 1: National Honor Society: Pep Club 2: Prom Dec- orating Comm.: Spanish Club 1, 2: Tennis 2, 3. H915 LINDA VIRGINIA MOORE Business Linda Secretary Business Club 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 CSection Leader 45: National Honor Society. FRANK JAY NATION JR. ,Academic lay Medicine American Aux. Essay Award 7th, 8th, 9thg Basketball 2, 3g Chorus 23 Cross Country 1, 2, 3 fLettered 1, 2, 351 French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 fVice Pres. 33: Homecoming Escort 44 Math Club 4 CPres. 45: National Honor Society: Panorama Staff qCo-Editorjg Prom Decorating Comm.g Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 CLettered 3, 43, Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Class Play Cast: Keystone Boy's State 3. 58 KENNETH A . MOREAU General Moreau Army Baseball 3, 43 Jr. Class Play Comm. MICHAEL A . PIRILLO General Roger Truck Driver Drama Club 4: Vo-Ag 1, 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND PAUL MOUNTAIN Vocational Ray Mechanical Draftsman Baseball 2, 3, 4 CLettered 2, 33: Intra- murals 4g National Honor Society, Vo- Techg Homeroom Club 2, 3, 4. CLIFFORD MELVIN POLEN General Cliff Work Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm.g Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 CPres. 41: Wrestling 1, 2. ANITA YVETTE POWELL Business Netes Successful Person Afro-American Club 2, 3, 4: Black Genesis 3: Business Club 4: French Club 1: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Pep Club 2: Decorating Comm.: Y.E.A. 3, if EDWIN EUGENE RINGER Vocational Ringer Bodyshop Owner Drama Club 4: Homecoming Escort 2, '4: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Football 1: Varsity Club 4: Vo-Tech: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. DIANA SUE QUEVI Academic Suzie Business School Comparative Religions 3, 4: F.H.A. 2: French Club 1, 2, 3: Co-Rec. 1, 2: Math Club 2: National Honor Society: Pep Club 2: Volleyball 2, 3. BETH ANN ROBERTS Academic Bethie Army Basketball CScorekeeper 49: Chorus 4: F.N.A. 3: Literary Journal 3, 4: Math Club 4: National Honor Society: Pano- rama Staff fAsst. Ed.J: Pinnacle Staff 3, 4 CCO-Ed. 43: Pep Club 2: Prom Comm.: Prom Decorating Comm.: Spanish Club 4: Tennis 4 fLettered 49: Y.E.A. 4. KIMBERLY ELLEN REDD Academic Kim Certified Public Accountant Afro-American Club 3, 4: Bowling 2: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Co-Rec. 1, 2: Com- parative Religions 3, 4: Drama Club 1: F.N.A. 2, 3: Homecoming Court 2: Math Club 4 fTreas. 47: National Honor Society: Spanish Club 1, 4: Stu- dent Council 2 CTreas. 23: Pinnacle Staff 4. JEFFERY J. ROBERTS Academic Jeff Air Force Officer Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Drama Club 4: Football 1: Math Club 3, 4: National Honor Society: Student Council 1. MARCHE LYNETTE ROBERTS Academic Pinkbird Nursing and Art Afro-American Club 4: Co-Rec. 2: Drama Club 2: Panorama Staff: Prom Decorating Comm.: Pep Club 2: Span- ish Club 2: Y.E.A. 3, 4. TERRI LYNN SEMBER Academic Sember Nursing Bowling 2: Co-Rec. 2: Drama Club 4: French Club 1: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 CSec. 1, Hist. 25: F.N.A. 2, 3. 4: Hall Monitor 4: Literary Journal 4: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Math Club 4: National l-lonor Society: Panorama Staff: Pep Club 1, 2: Prom Decorating ,NY U, .ii 60 BEVERLY JEAN ROBSON Business Bev Get married Business Club 4. KAREN L. SEMENICK Business K . G . Travel Business Club 3. 4: Chorus 3, 4: Pano- rama Staff : Spanish Club 1, 4. A f SUSAN ANN SCHWAB Business Schwab Data Processing Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 4: Pep Club 2: Spanish Club 1: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4 CLettered 2, 3, 45: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. l EDWARD JOHN SEMEROD IR. General " Sem" Work Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Stage Band 3, 4. DAVE MICHEAL SHAFFER General Dave Prom Decorating Committee. ROBERT CARL SPENCER IR. Academic Spence Undecided LAURIE GAYLE STEWART Business Laurie Travel Drama Club 1: Ir. Class Play Commit- teeg Science Club 1. Announcement Committee: Business Club 3: F.F.A. 2g French Club 1, 25 Pep Club 2: Prom Decorating Commit- tee. ESTELLA MARIE SWEETIE 'Business Stell Undecided Business Club 3, 4. LUCIO ALVES MARQUES RANDY DUANE TAYLOR Academic Lucio Vocational Tweet Play Soccer Auto Mechanic Football 4 CLettered 43: Foreign Vo-Tech. Exchange Student CBrazi1J . BERNADETTE COLLETTE TOTH Vocational Bemie College Co-Rec. 2: Drill Team 2: Pep Club 2: Prom Comm.: Science Club 2: Student Council 4: Tennis 4: Vo-Tech. BRENDA LEE WALKER Business Brenda Get Married Intramural Volleyball 1: Jr. Class Play Comma Chorus 4. 62 GLORIA JEAN TOURNAY Business Gloria Get Married Business Club 3, 4: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Ir. Class Play Comm.: Panorama Staff: Pep Club 1: Science Club 1: Tennis 1, 2, 3. JAMES TIMOTHY WALLACE Academic Huss College Afro-American Club 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4 fLettered 3, 43: Prom Decorat- ing Comm.: Varsity Club 3, 4: Wres- tling 1, 2, 3. TAMMY LYNN TOWARD Academic T. Tut. Farmel To lead a Christian Life Comparative Religious 3. 4: Drama Club 1, 4: F.H.A. 1, 2: French Clul 1, 2 iVice Pres. 23: Homecoming Court 4: Intramural Tennis 2: Intramu- ral Volleyball l: Ir. Class Play Comm.: Majorette 3. 4 il-lead 45 Math Club 2: National Honor Society Panorama Staff: Perm State Symposiurr 4: Pep Club 2: Prom Comm.: Studen Council 1, 2, 4: Volleyball 2: Y.E.A 2, 3, 4 fVice Pres. 43. DOUGLAS EARL WANNAMAKER General Dug Go to Mexico Comparative Religions 4: Drama Clul 1: Ir. Class Play Cast and Comm.1 Spanish Club 1, 2, 4. I REGINALD WASHINGTON General Reggie Mechanic ,Basketball Announcer 3: Wrestling 1, ,2. JOHN ALLAN WEBBER Vocational Web Machinist ntramural Volleyball 4: Vo-Tech: -Jo-Tech Homeroom Club 2, 3, 4. ROBERT LEE WASHINGTON General Bobby Afro-American Culture Club 3, 4: Band 45 Physical Fitness 3 CLettered 31. RANDY B. WILLIAMSON General Randy Go to College for Accounting Cross Country 2, 3, 4 CLette1'ed 3, 433 Marine Physical Fitness 2, 3, 4 fLet- tered 3, 41, Varsity Club 3, 4: Wres- tling 1, 2, 3, 4. PHILIP STANLEY WEAGLY Business ' 'Snag' ' College Band 1, 2, 3, 4 IPres. 41: Stage Band 2, 3, 4: Edition "75g Basketball 2: County Band 33 Drama Club 4: Intra- mural Volleyball 4. TERENCE LEE WILLIS Vocational Willis Work in Agriculture F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4CRepo1'ter 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 43g Magazine Comm.: National Honor Society. i IEANNE MARIE WILSON X Academic Jeanne Nursing Chorus 1: Co-Rec. 1, 2 fPres. 15: Drama Club 1, 4: F.N.A. 2, 3, 4 Nice Pres. 3, Pres. 45: French Club 1, 2: Intramural Tennis 2: Intramural Volleyball 1: Ir. Class Play Cast: Ir. Class Treas.: Math Club: National Honor Society: Panorama Staff 1Co- Editorj: Pep Club 2: Sr. Class Play Comm.: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Volley- ball 2, 3, 4Clette1'ed 2, 3, 47: Y.E.A. 3' 4' KIMBERLY ANN YUHAS Business Kim Medical Secretary Business Club 3, 4 CTreas. 41: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 QSec. 45: Co-Rec. 1, 2: F.H.A. 1: Homecoming Court 4: Ir. Class Play Comm.: Majorette 3, 4: Panorama Staff: Pep Club 2: Spanish Club 1: Student Council 4: Intramurals 2: Intramural Tennis 2. 64 JOSEPH AUGUST YAMBER Academic Smokey Law Enforcement 8th Grade American Legion Award: Wrestling 1, 2: Y.E.A. 3. JANET MARIE ZOMBECK Business Buck To take it easy Business Club 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm. TERRENCE S . YENKO Academic Yenko Go to Robert Morris College for Accounting Math Club 3, 4:-National Honor Soci- ety. MARGUERITE LESLIE ZOMBEK Academic Mugg Traveling Courses Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 1Section Leader 4, Co-Rec. 1, 2, 3: F.N.A. 2, 3: Frenc Club 1, 2: Homecoming Court 4 Intramural Volleyball 1: Jr. Olympi 1: Majorette 3, 4 CDrum 43: Math Cluj 2: National Honor Society: Panora Staff: Pep Club 2: President's Physic Fitness Team: Prom Decorati Comm.: Varsity Club 2: Volleyball fLettered 21. FRANK HARLEN CASS General Tanky Coal Miner CHARLES JOHN FAINGNAERT General Chuck Electrician GREGORY CHARLES MCLAUGHLIN Academic Greg Undecided JAMES EDWARD SEMPLE General Foxy Undecided ANDREW IGNATIUS TOTH Vocational Andy To Conquer the World D '?a9"""5"fd f rf" if fw Y A J f uc. 9' '49, 9.1 9. D.A.R. Award Am erioan Legion Auxiliary Award Tammy Toward has been selected by the Senior Class as the 1976 recipient of both the Daughters of American Revolution Award and the American Legion Auxiliary Award. Tammy is well qualified for these awards. She is an active member of the Drama Club, the Comparative Religions Club, the Student Council, the National Honor Society, and the Y.E.A. , where she holds the office of Vice President. Tammy is also Head Majorette, was a member of the Homecoming Court, and has repre- sented Fort Cherry at a Science Symposium at Penn State University. The qualities for the D. A . R. award on which she was chosen are character, dependability , service and patriotism . The American Legion Auxiliary Award is based on good citizenship - service, honor, scholarship, leadership, Americanism, and moral courage. We think Tammy is very deserv- ing of these awards and would like to congratulate her on this achievement. TOO SOON Into this world I came - Too soon." And from its realm I left - Too soon! And yet - what IS too soon? When life has become complete In love of nature and fellowman - In the joy of beauty and music - In friendships made and molded - In trust and faith in one's Lord - Can one REALLY leave - too soon? I think not - I pray not! May I have left a part of myself With all of those whom I knew - May they remember, and in remembering Open their eyes to beauty and duty - Love their neighbors and fellowman - Become as One with their Christ, the Lord It's NEVER too soon - it MAY be too late! 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L ,xr 'fo B 4: -as W-1 .V l . 5 Gr -T if 8 ogg 9 2,35 fu ji' JP' 5 'Yi' 5. iff O 'F x fi?-S JEL ff! 4 iii BJ . 3 wg ,J 1 A 'C Cindy Russell - 1959-1975 In living of life so strongly Cindy my friend , You lifted my heart high Without the slightest try With your smile we could see You did not need or want pity Cindy my friend , I released a slight tear For all that you feared Your smile , your face I see you everyplace Cindy my friend My friend, Cindy Virginia Butler she could not help but to share with others a part of herself . to share a beauty of spirit and courage. to give to each and every one of us her rare and beautiful dream that whispers still: I have faith in our yesterdays love in our todays and hope in our tomorrows. Faith, hope and love. Of all these that radiated forth, the greatest of hers was love. Denise Lugaila O T PICTURED SEVENTH GRADE IUNIORS Cass, H. SOPHOMORES Allen R Cowden, A. Amerock Ball W Cowden, J. Ashmore J Bernesser D Litman, W. Butler I Blussrck I Peel, I. Speer, R. Wolf, E. EIGHTH GRADE Allender, E. Anestis, T. Crouser, G. Foltz, D. Gilbert, R. Guy, R. Johnston, T. Margerum, J. McMillan, G. Poskin, R. Wealy, I . FRESHMEN Boyd, D. Gilbert, H. Hampson, I . Harvey, L. Helton, R. Johnson, C. Lo Q Q ts- 'i ' his - 4- Q-Q.--V- 'Q or -..av 5 wb 'E lil- , . E 5-....,.,,. 1 """A5 -eq A" -,, ,parv- 'gms-v-f"' L...-i1 - , 5 l ITA 1 E? nga' l , J x 'I I I E?'?'.i i. A eg, -., ' 97 . His LM If- , 4 ,XSS 'QM .2 K. 106 y . E X -J s i5,,. ex' u 'Q sin I . , Q gwwifpwf fjfjiaf J 0236322 L59 It is the SPIRIT OF SACRIFICE of sharing burdens and conflicts Fort Cherry Gym and Health Classes G0 Co Educational Because of a new state law, Fort Cherry gym and health classes are now co-educational. In health classes, in addition to the traditional subjects of teeth care and mental health, the boys are now learning how to defend themselves against purse snatching and the girls are learning the fundamentals of shaving. Surprisingly, the gym classes are also progressing better than expected. Recreational classes where a "do your own thing" atmosphere exists. give students a chance to exercise and relax at the same time. Ping- pong , volleyball , tennis , weightlifting, archery, and dodgeball CF.C. 's answer to "Rollerball"J are the favorite activities among the students. The mixed roster seems to make both gym and health classes more interesting. 108 7 YT L -u 4. i 1' iw -.. x - 1 X 2 HF 2 Y ,--.- N , I k -.4 -,Rj2 I A A 1 '-......- x .. Q 'S--if "rf x nyv ,fa f . 5,1 f FI O -1 T. V. I PR UDUC- TIUN CLASSES OFFERED FOR FIRST TIME Writing, producing, directing, filming, and editing a television show is a rare experience for most people, unless, of course, one is lucky enough to have signed up for one of the three T . V . Production classes now being offered at Fort Cherry. The classes, taught by Mr. Horner, are designed to teach students how to write scripts, make graphics, record, film and broadcast fifteen minute programs with the students themselves also serving as actors. The shows produced thus far have included subjects and formats ranging from interviews of coaches and foreign students to "Happy Homemakers" baking brownies. The classes are also responsible for the taping of sporting events and other activities of interest around the school. I JR. HIGH BA UWA CLASS If iii" I Finding time to practice was always a problem with the Jr. High Band . Staying after school was a big sacrifice . and activity periods just weren't frequent enough for all the practice time required to have a good band. What better solution then to offer Ir High Band as a class! Not only is this a better way to prepare students for the Sr. High Band, but it also gives them more time to join clubs, to participate in sports, and, of course, to practice. Under the direction of Mr. Burns, the Jr. High Band now has a better chance of developing first rate musicians. TEAM TEACHING WITH VU- TECH I 1.....,. Having one teacher for forty-seven minutes at a time is bad enough, but no matter how good the teacher or how interesting the subject , having one teacher for two periods in a row in one day as the Vo-Tech students used to have, can lead to boredom, restlessness, and diversion-hunting. This year, Fort Cherry has come up with a very pragmatic solution to the problem - team-teaching. With this method, the Vo-Tech students can be exposed to more teachers and views by having two different history teachers. Mr. Rohm and Mr. Yanosik, and two different English teachers, Mr. Noll and Miss Saint-John. In addition to their classes at Western Area Vo-Tech, Vo-Tech students can now learn more easily about sociology, political systems, poetry and grammar. These skilled people have also formed a "Homeroom Club" with their homeroom teacher and companion, Mr. Filosi. IIS '52 X 5 Miss Donelli, a very talented and enthusiastic teacher, is making things happen in the Art Dept. Not only are the bulletin boards around the school always filled with appropriate displays, but even the walls of her classroom are now covered with interesting murals of blue birds, rainbows, faces, and flowers. Besides representing Fort Cherry in various art shows in the area , Miss Donelli and her 6 students also have great plans to decorate every wall in Fort Cherry with colorful works of 3.11. AR T CLASSES TO PAIN T F. C. WALLS 'Y 11. L uv Q. f.. ,L '9 U1 x NJ ,,?,,, , M, Q 3' 1 I ' fr "1 as 4-'f--,,,-111 P in 314 ' The boys proudly give "their women" a gift of delicious apple pie or a sweet sugary donut. The girls carry home the latest handy hints to their fathers along with their bookshelves or end tables. It's all a result of the senior boys taking advantage of the home economics classes offered and the senior girls taking the shop classes. Of course. the boys are expected to wear the aprons that they themselves make before they can do the cooking and baking that they enjoy the most. In the same spirit, the girls must first familiarize themselves with the tools and techniques that the boys have been taught since at least seventh grade. Who says women's lib hasn't come to Fort Cherry? ' ". rs, ,.. , P, - .-W. .nf v -, . Designed to help students prepare for college, the "revo1ving" English classes are made up of students chosen according to their academic record. The classes, scheduled during sixth period. include a tenth grade class, an eleventh grade class. and a twelfth grade class. Taught by Miss Cowden, Mr. Morrison, and Mr. Lusi, the students in these classes altemate with these teachers every six-weeks. Not only does this avoid monotony for everyone concerned, but it also gives teachers an opportunity to teach what they really like. In addition to traditional units on drama , poetry , the short story , and the novel . the classes are designed to emphasize composition . l20 RE VOL VI N G ENGLISH TO CONTINUE ' Q. :S 3.-if I-,V -' ' ' . w4..s-ff, ,ww FEDERAL GUVT FU DS READI G LAB The reading lab, run by Mrs. Linkish and Mrs. Thomassy, is a special class that is funded by the Federal Government. Its purpose is to help any student in the district who is capable of developing his reading skills. When certain eligibility requirements are met, the students either volunteer for the class or they are selected by Mrs. Linkish. Tape recorders, headphones, lab books, and eye-training devices are constantly in use according to the individual needs of the students. 4 I22 . s 3 . 'Gaza NL 1. tg FRE CH S TUDE TS TRAVEL TO P RIS Anyone offered the opportunity to tour the classic ruins of Paris and Nice, sightsee in Monte Carlo, taste real Italian pasta in San Remo , or see the magnificent snow-capped mountains around Geneva , Switzerland , would jump at the chance. That's exactly what nine Fort Cherry French students and their teacher, Mrs. Kaufman, did. The excitement of preparing for the trip - getting their passports and shots, packing - made Easter vacation arrive in no time, and off they went by TWA jet towards the fulfillment of a truly grand and educational vacation. ewey, G. Lewis. Mrs. Kaufman. Second row: K. Heron, V. Zarka, N. Turk, M. Herbst. X 4 is R47 i l ' Q f f 1 'i z' :-53 , 5 2 1 'H' I' ,I r- -' 1 It is the SPIRIT OF DIVERSITY of allowing every man his own View and his distinctive Ways and of tolerating the differences of the society. HSN'-125263700 Q'-4 CD2 K ANORAMA Staff: V. Kemp, M. Banas, D. Hainaut, G. Toumay, K. Yuhas, K. Dagnana, B. Gilben, R. Washington, B. Jones. T. Kersh, M. Malesky, P. Menichi, l Seminick, H. Ball, J. McKean, C. Allen, M. Roberts, D. Allen, J. Dolina, N. Brown, P. Davis, M. Miller, J. Wilson. 1. Nation, M. Zombek. D. Jackson, I Cook, C. Felton. C. Leopold. T. Sember. B. Roberts, R. Kemp. C. Ivory, B. Hamilton. li 4 1'-v - - 'F H-in , - - l Y 2,7 Y fl Copy: B. Roberts, K. Heron Layout: D. Allen, C. Allen Photography: C. Ivory P. Menichi B. Hamilton N 1 y Y Co-Editors: J. Wilson Finance: P. Davis Sponsor: Mr. Lusl J. Nation M. Miller 126 ,tif 4 -x PINNA CLE Mr. Noll - Sponsor Beth Roberts - Co-Editor Janis Brezinski - Co-Editor Marcy Banas Lee Dixon Marche Roberts Kim Redd Andrea Gedman Jeff Marquis Dennis McCarty LuAnn Gatten Michele Schnarr Susan Tournay Terri Shotis Dru Ragland David Duran Rick Gardiner Randy Williamson Kathy Heron Dave Havel Mark Dunn Becky Gema Diane Nicholas Laurie Stewart Cindy Felton Chris Runtas Donna Bernesser Sherry Phillips Darla Jackson Jeff McKean Preston Stevens Freda Kemp LI TERAR Y I U UR AL Staff: M. Banas. I. Edmonds. C. Hoag. C. Felton. V. Kemp. N. Brown. T. Toward, J. Dire, M. Brinkman, D. McCaffrey, J. Lamb. R. McCoy. P. Clark Conuibmors: G. Jackson T. Caner M. Bonner J. Dire D. Slales R. McCoy C. Kelly C. Barr B. Johnson V. Zarka R. McGonaghy R, Lgffen B. Eberle W. Chiff C. Peck R. Baker M. McLaughlin D. Ragland D. Kinser L. Dixon I. Jones B. Nicholas M. Roberts M. Schnart P. Clark R. Williamson S. 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Barton, 1. Dinsmore. D. Duran, M. Lewis. on " E + QTIA 2' 'f 5 0 TE? 4 '-...J " V CI QQ.. ' W. eg lf? .E Fw 132 W! a 0 in ig! U 4 n W " ll QU K xl al Q 1 4 8 " ii I i I N 1 ,, 0 2' 5, "1 2, Q 11 4' , 4,5 xi . .35 'Hia ' 4 2 9 3 4 5 . Q ' ral? 5 Q QQ ff 'Lx Q Q-v QD' 'P' q 208 'S ,- 4 , iff ' ik, 7 , . ,lr 1 f3ff,1. 9-F - if Q. ,., . -IV,-v - - V, N' l . W. R: ,- 1, . ,,.,qf l? 1-se r4.2 s,1"'f XI T Q AV ,-K ' .V ,, ,Yr 5 Q 'H .Q",. 42? ga - X1 1 Es., 15 4 A f . . .A -f V, 'sg "-' Z ,. l. 'xl ,7 2'-if H4 jf 5 , ax' 'Se 5 - l' sq .Sn L. ' 2 ' s AQ, 1 B. Roberts C. Mlinac S. Engel P. Menichi K. Boyd V. Kemp P. Clark 1. Dolina S. Barron M. Lewis I. Edmonds I. Jones M. Miller T. Toward M. Zombek C. Ivory G. Maskerinec T. Willis J. Roberts D. Quevi M. Brinkman I. McKean President - Bob McCaffrey Vice-President - Jeanne Wilson Secrelary - lay Nation P. Davis N. Brown D. Matchett P. Guidos I . Wilson D. Cook T. Sember R. Amlc S. Lucarini T. Yenko L. Moore 6 sn'-I ufxfgl Q-v,4sf Y x,-r ,,,.-f, ul.,-lvvy G. Dallapiazza S. Gauen R. McCaffrey K. Glass F. Nation Not Pictured: D. Allen C. Bilger P. Hormel W . McGivern P. Mountain President - Tammy Toward Vice-President - Pam Guidos Treasurer - Jay Nation ATIO ALI-IO OR SOCIETY Members: D. Allen B. Barton N. Brown D. Cook P. Davis 1. Dolina D. Duran J. Edmonds C. Felton K. Glass P. Guiclos K. Heron C. Ivory D. Iackson J. Jones V. Kemp M. Lewis R. McCaffrey Not Pictured: Mc Kean Redd Roberts Sember Washington wilson M . Zombek Alrutz Anestis Dolina Eger Femovich Gedman Gema Kinser Lugaila McCaffrey McCaffrey McLaughlin Mercier M. Banas. R. Gilbert. D. Barkhurst. V. Butler. L. Dixon. F. Kemp, S. Meehan. T. Snatchko, M. White, L. Curtis. YEA Phillips Phillips Ragland Runtis . Schnarr Toumay Weber Welsh Clark Cowden Guidos Hatfield Loffert McCaffrey Patrick Sawhill Sprowls Sylanski Zarka FUTURE NURSE", CLL B F. Brown, C. Campbell. S. Dawson, M. DeLair, D. Kenneweg. K. Loffert, S. Podolinsky, K. Ray, R. Semerod, R. Stopenski, K. Wilson. V. Zarka, D. Anestis, B. Gema, D. Kinser. M. McLaughlin, M. Schnarr, N. Brown, P. Cooper, P. Guidos, D. Hainaut. K. Heron, T. Sember. J. Wilson. Not Pictured: S. McGahee, J. Skarupa, B. Gema, K. Heron. Officers: Jeanne Wilson, Debbie Kinser, Margaret DeLair, Kathy Wilson This year, the Panorama offered a S10 prize to the club with the most original idea for a club picture. The Future Nurses' Club captured this award based on the originality of the picture in depicting the c1ub's purpose. Congratulations to the F.N .C . for a fine , winning entry . 3- . sxuf? . 'Q I ' 4 44. yu Y F. Brown. L. Cambell. D. Cook, C. Hoag. P. Keams, C. Leopold. B. Liggiu. D. McCaffrey. P. McCaffrey, T. Romestan. T. Sember, R. Semerod, T. Shotis I. Thomas. Nor Pictured: P. Bozic, T. Leasher. S. McGahee, B. Roble, G. Toumay. M. Young. Officers: P. Keams D. Cook D. Allen D. McCaffrey F U TL RE HOMEMAKER S OF AMERICA 138 FUTURE FARMERS UF AMERICA Officers: Bob Gilbert Terry Willis Don Litman Brian Bell Jim Barr Sandy Morrison Dave Kraeer natchko, B. Toth, W. Ullom. R. Vasalech, S. Walder, T. Willis , .3 avafffbf- .1 . Terry, D. Baronio, J. Barr, B. Bell. W. Bell, P. Brezinski, G. Bongiomi, R. Bongiorni. R. Bowers, C. Bungard. D. Carter, C. Coffield, H. Coffield, H R. Curtis, l. Demnyan, H. Descutner, T. Deveaney, S. Donaldson, T. Donaldson, S. Engel, D. Foley, M. Gaughan. R. Gilbert, A. Godwin, G J. Herbst, R. Herrmann, R. Jenkins. M.Jordan, B. Kahn, R. Kelly, D. Kraeer, W. Lewellyn, D. Litman, M. Lofstead. M. Lucarini, G. Maskarinec, R M. McQuillan, R. McQuin1lan, M. Mills, S. Morrison, D. Nicholas, L. Owens, M. Pirillo, M. Salvini, J.Schebusch, R. Schofield, D. Shaffer. I Members: S. Alexander J. Alrutz R. Amic D. Aneslis K. Bailey R. Barton B. Bell R. Bongiomi M. Bonnet K. Boyd E. Briggs J. Browelt S. Brown R. Byars M. Caldwell L. Cauthen W. Chiff Clark Clemons Clemom Coleman Conn' man Cowden Cowden Cowden Currin Danjou . Del.air Deveaney Dolina Edmonds Eiler Falsetti Felton Femovich R. Gardiner M. Gedman J. Gibson K. Glass A. Godwin H. Gregg B. Guidos P. Guidos W. Herbs! A. Hoffman G. Jackson T. Jemison B. Johnston I. Jones R. Jones R. Jones C. Kelly F. Kemp R. Kemp D. Kinser J. Kress L. LaQuaLra R. Lauff R. l..eMa1 C. Lewis M. Lewis C. Loughry L. Marques J. Marquis D. Matchett N. McCaffrey R. McCaffrey R. McCaffrey D McCartney T McCartney W. McGivem S. Meehan J. Nation E. Panizza VARSITY CLUB C. Peck D. Phillips C. Polen E. Ringer S. Schwab R. Semenick C. Shaffer D. Slales J. Snarchko M. Solitis K. Thornton J. Wallace J. Webber J. Wilson OFFICERS: C. Polen K. Boyd B. Barron ,L . 4 .. . .' 1 1 ' f . -P ' f--j Y. '. - f- . .rg . . , , . - . , ., . ,, . -., . --im! -f , . ' ' T . - . R , , 4. , Q "4"p37'3iff I f . ' H - 4.-gf..'.g.,.: lpfs,g,:., - . 1 Members: K. Allison T. Ashmore R. Barton R. Battista K. Bedillion W. Bell R. Bongiomi T. Briggs I. Brown 1. Bruce W. Bruce l.Butler l. Carlisle D. Carlton D. Cass R. Clemons 1. Coleman S. Cook R. Couderc K. Coufman G. Cowden G. Cowden I. Cowden H. Curtis L. Curtis R. Devaney ,,,.A,... e.. swf'- I. Dolina I . Falsetti I. Femovich D. Garcia K. Garry R. Gilbert H. Gregg B. Guidos W. Herbst C. Hoffman M. Hunley G. Jackson B. Johnston F. lones R. Jones R. Jones C. Kelly M. Kellerman S. Koraido L. LaQuatra D. Litman I. Maxin I. McCaffrey R. McCaffrey T. McCartney M. McClemems R. McCoy M. McKee H . Nickerson K . Openbrier E. Panlzza N. Pascuzzi C. Polen E. Ringer S. Russell I . Schlebusch R. Schlebusch R. Semenlck G. Slates 1. Skampa E. Soltis M. Soltis W. Stewart R. Stone D. Taylor K. Thomton J.Toulouse D. Weagly M. White D. Whiting R. Williamson R. Williamson S. Yanovich R. Zombeck S. Zombeck I. Zombek WEI GH TLIF TER S il '1 'nO' S. s. . gy' 'ff -,Q L ,I . 'ii if BUSINESS CL UB L. Borella B. Dickinson V. Kemp T. Kersh C. Mlinac K. Semenick J. Zombeck C. Allen R. Byars K. Dagnana C. Danley P. Dopudja L. Moore K. Yuhas K. Boyd L. Campbell S. Gauen C. Hoag P. Kearns I . l..amb A. Powell E. Sweetie H. Ball P. Bozic C. Felton D. Hoag D. McCaffrey B. Robson M. Brinkman D. Cook L. Freville D. Jackson C. Leopold G. Toumay L. McCoy G. Dallalliazza L. Mercier S. Podolinsky C. Fischer T. Kelly K. Lauff S. Loffert D. Ragland K. Shumaker B. Lofferm R. Baker D. Cowden A. Gedman F. Kemp T. Klimas T. Kumer C . Randour M. Young S. Demnyan K. Main L. Bellaire T. Guidos T. Romeslan Officers: Penny Kearns Kim Yuhas SPA ISH CL UB l Members: M. Banas V. Kemp G. Leonard M. Malesky K. Redd B Roberts K. Seminick D. wannamaker 1. Brezinski D. Gallo W. Lewellyn D Machek G washington I . Zombek A Bell S. Clark K Capitani J. Curran S. Kovach P. McGahee S. Moore K Nichols D Pauick B. Toulouse 144 Williamson Bennett Clark Currin Danjou Faingnaen Gibson Harvey Macock Moran McGivem . McGivem Nell McCoy Panozoti Phillips Richell Roberts Runtas Schnarr Schmidt Smiarowski Wannamaker Winz Winz Officers: Marcy Banas Kim Redd Bonnie Toulouse FRE CH CLUB Officers: Julie Welsh Barb Dolina Mary McLaughlin Sherry Phillips Cindy Eger Members: D. Hainut 1. Nation D. Anestis L. Dixon B. Dolina M. Dunn C. Eger D.Femovich D. Kinser K. Kosak D. Lugaila M. McLaughlin T. Pascoe S. Phillips W. Phillips C. Runtis N. Ruschell M. Schnarr I. Welsh E. Lyons I . Masquelier Moore Barr . Bonnet . Caldwell Carter Cowden Darnley . Dewey . Green C. Hatfield . Herbs! Kaste Kelly Kletzli Loffert . McCaffrey Mc Kee Nicholas . Panozoti Pascuzzi Sawhill Narigon L . Ruschell williams Semanick Sprowls Turk Weagly Westlake Zarka Brezinski Descutner Eiler Fischer Fulmer Geisler Gilbert Gross Hoag l-lughey Kelly Klimas Lauff Lukan Schidt Weber MA TH CLUB Members: J. Nation J. McKean R. Gilbert J. Roberts M. Miller M. Dunn C. Ivory Officers: Jay Nation Carolyn Ivory Kim Redd Mary Miller 146 B. Roberts T. Sember K. Redd Not Pictured K. Heron M. White AFR O-AMERICA C UL TURE CL UB Members: J. Allen D. Boyd K. Boyd J. Brown S. Brown R. Clemons J. Edmonds J. Gibson L. Harvey C. Ivory D. Jackson G. Jackson Jackson Jones Jones Kemp Coleman Kemp Kemp Kersh Lewis . Lewis Powell Powell Ragland K. Redd M. Roberts K. Thornton N. Wallace I. Wallace T. Wallace G. Washington L. Washington R. Washington Not Pictured: R. Byars R. Clemons L. Cauthen Edmonds Federof f Jemison Jones Kemp Kemp Parkison Ragland Roberts Webb Whiting Williamson Williamson Officers Darla Jackson Toni Kersh Gary Jackson Doris Allen C UMPARA TI VE RELIGIO S CL Members: V. Bell D. Borella T. Cane: 1. Diaz L. Dixon M. Dunn B. Eger D. Eger C. Eger M. Green 48 J . Hatfield Hoffman Hughey Kosak Marquis McCracken McGivem Openbrier Pascoe Peck Que vi Robertson C Runnas N Ruschell T Snamchko L. Stampfel S. Slimpson L. Tamulinas S. Toumay M. Turk S. Turk D Weber I. Welsh B DRAMA Members: D. Allen J. Alrurz R. Amic C. Barr R. Battista T. Briggs I . Browett N. Brown S. Brown R. Carter D. Cook G. Cowden L. Cowden D. Currin J. Deichler D. Dewey L. Dixon B. Dolina M. Dunn B. Eberle D. Femovich J. Ferris J. Gibson R. Gilbert M. Green P. Guidos B. Guy C. Hampson C. Hatfield M. Herbst W. I-lerbst T. Iemison C. Ivory B. Iohnston J. Jones C. Kelly F. Kemp K. Kosak R. LeMal C. Leopold C. Lewis B. Liggitt CLUB D. Lugaila M. Malesky N. Marencel I. Marquis G. Maskarinec I. Maxin M. McCaffrey S. Meehan D. McCarty K. McConaghy J. McKean R. Mountain B. Nicholas T. Pascoe D. Patrick W. Phillips M. Pirillo A. Powell C. Quevi D. Ragland C. Randour E. Ringer B. Roberts I . Roberts T. Sember N. Ruschell T. Snatchko L. Tamulinas T. Toward N. Turk T. Wallace G. Washington P. Weagly D. Webber J. Webber D. Weidner M. White S. Williamson Officers: B. LeMal D. Lugaila S. Meehan B. Guy 149 VIDEO CLASS Left to right: R. Jones, J. Cowden, B. Wallace, D Havel, B. McGivem. M. Malesky, 1. Dolina, J. Edmonds, M. Lewis, K. Glass, R. Jones. Left to right: M. Malesky, D. Havel, B. McGivern, R. McCaffrey, D. Lugaila, R. Iones, K. Bailey. D. Kinser. Lefl to right: R. McCaffrey. K. Bailey, D. Kinser, R. Ransil, S. Meehan. M. McLaughlin, D. Lugaila, B. Cowden, B. Nicholas, M. McC1emems, F. Rich, P. Tobin. 150 g. '- - I- , . Sfizf! JR. HIGH FUTURE HOME MAKERS UF AMERICA Members: S. Bain K. Boronio S. Caraney M. Lewis G. Geisler C. Nishnick I. Romestan M. Sember S. Stevenson T. T T J. J. K R. C C D T Blanchard Dagnana Dire Faingnaen Kinser Macock Motte Romestan Semenick Stanish Willia ms X ,O lv 1 -r S Q 5 ex 3 H " -1 ri i n U N-.4 155 1 1 Members: D. Allen D. Arbogast L. Ballani J. Banas K. Baronio C. Beaumont B. Bell B. Bennett S. Bennett C. Bilger J. Bissett T. Blanchard M. Bongiorni J. Brown M. Brown C. Bungard L. Carlisle C. Caner J. Carter M. Carter T. Chernik D. Clark B. Crowe G . Dadowski C . DeFillippis L. Demnyan J. Dewey L. Donati 1 D . Dorisio D . Dumaret Faingnaert Finley Garcia Geisler Goblick Gregg Growden Hamilton Jackson Johnson Kalucki Kadlecik Kearns Kemp Kinser Kovach Lauff Lewellyn Litman Little Lucarini Lukan Macock Masi Mc Anany Mc Cabe McCarthy McConaghy C. A. A. McConaghy McCoy McElhaney McKay McKean Mcwreath Miller Moore Moore Nagl' Powell Ragland Sawhill Schmidt . Sember Semerod Skarupa Slaven . Snatchko Soubie Stanish Stanish Stone Sweetie Tigner Z Toth washington . Washington White JR. HIGH BAN Members: K. Allison D. Babcock K. Baldigowski J. Banas S. Bowman G. Brown J. Brown L. Bugay R. Craig T. Culley T. Culley G. D'Angelo M. DeVos R. Drugmand 154 D. Dumaret C. Fasnacht I. Ferris C . Freshwater K . Freshwater T. Garry J. Gilben R. Gross B. Kadlecik G. Kearns S. Koraido C. Kramer S. Lepro J. Margarum M. Masi D . McConaghy S . McConaghy McGivem . Morrison Pesto . Reed R. Russell . Russell . Semerod S. Shergo E. Walker B. wheaxly Wiley Conway . LeMa1 E. Semerod P. Weagly JR. HIGH C1-1012 USES 3 EI GH TH GRADE MEMBERS . Bain, B. Bell, C. Carter. K. Crowley, L. onati, R. Gilbert, V. Growden, D. Hamilton, L. einlein, C. Kress, S. McCraken, R. McLaughlin, . Mcwreath, J. Miller, C. Phillips, J. Phillips. K ehak, B. Sawhill, A. Soubie, I. Sprowls, A. tanish, T. Toward, R. Watson, J. Weagly, L. illiamson, R. Zarka, M. Baker, J. Ballani. E. riggs, H. Cole, S. Dempe. P. Kemp. R. Luca rini, . Makrush, K. Scott, I. White, E. Yuhas, W. NI N TH GRADE MEMBERS I. Bell, S. Bennett. L. Bongiorni, S. Bowman. C. Brezinski, D. Clark, T. Clark. E. Danjou, C. Diaz, K. Eiler, I. Fisher, C. Geisler, P. Gilbert. I Horvath, N. Kelly, F. Kemp. N. Lauff, C. Machek. J. Marquis, J. Masquelier, D. Moore, S. Moran. S. Moreau, K. Muuon. J. Nation, K. Pascoe, T. Robertson. L. Ruschell, K. Schmidt, R. Schofield, M. Van Shuren, S. Walker, M. Wirtz, R. Wirtz. R. Curtis, A. Danjou, M. Lofsread, W. Miller, P. Panizza, R. Panozoti, I. Rehak, E. Schmidt. R. Stover SE VE TH GRADE MEMBERS K. Babcock, H. Bailey. I. Bissett, L. Carlisle, A. Cox, C. Csonka, S. Delulio, D. Finley, P. Gregg H. Heron. E. Kemp, S. Klimas, K. Lauff, S. Laurich, K. Lukan, J. McCaffrey, M. McKee, J. Mrenak, K. Peel, T. Schmidt, S. Slaven, C. Spencer, C. Tigner, L. Washington, R. Weaverling, L. White, W. Banas, M. Bernard, M. Brown, R. Carter, J. Cowden, R. Curtis, R. DeB1ander, I. Green, 1. Lauff, S. McCraken, T. Powell, L. Robertson. J. Stanish RA GE AIRES Members: C. Allen L. Banas C. Campbell S. Clark L. Cowden M. DeLair S. Demnyan J. Edmonds S. Engel J. Jones C. Kosarik K. lnfferr S. Loffert C. Loughxy M. McCaffrey S. Meehan Menichi . Miller Patrick Peck Sawhill E. Shaffer Tournay Yuhas Zarka . Zombek Alrutz . Bonnet Browett Carter Clark Cowden Currin H. Curtis L. Curtis I. Dinsmore J. Dolina M. Dunn R. Dye V. Federoff G. Ferris I. Hradecky H. Kelley N. Klerzli J. Marquis J. Marquis W. Michalak D. McCarty R. Washingion OFFICERS Rangeues: Carolyn Ivory - President Diane Phillips - Vice President Kim Boyd - Secretary Barb Dolina - Treasurer Range-aires: lohn Dinsmore - President Harry Kelley - Vice President Kim Yuhas - Secretary Ianel Jones - Treasurer I56 N RA GETTES Members: I-l. Ball C. Bilger K. Boyd M. Brinkman M. Caldwell M. Cole J. Curran B. Dolina M. Gaughan R. Gilben C. Hampson C. Ivory P. Keams K. Kosak N. McCaffrey L. Moore K. Nichols T. Pascoe D. Phillips N . Ruschell S. Schwab K . Semenick S . Srimpson B. Walker J. Welsh K. Wilson SECTION LEADERS Rangeues: Linda Moore - Soprano I Tracy Pascoe - Soprano II Julie Welsh - Alto Range-aires: Susie Engel - Soprano I Marguerite Zambek - Sop Mary Miller - Alto Dennis McCarty - Tenor lon Dolina - Bass rano II 157 Wi' W 0- ' F 5 5 , .!"? -fi ' ,, 45 L g f?"?1 Q . COUNTY BAND COUNTY , Lori Fulmex Dave Curtin Q David Leopold Harry Dan Machek 101111 -V , V. A. 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Kemp - Captain R. Baker - Co-Captain P. Bozic - Business Manager K. Dagnana - Librarian Not Pictured: R. Byars - Secretary S. Loffert D. Ragland B. Loffert C. Ban' S. Charlier B. Moore T. Romestan B. Toulouse M. Schnarr C. Ray P. McCaffrey V. Kunkle C. Hampson P. McGahee R. Baker F. Brown L. Sawhill Seniors: C. Ivory. K. Dagnana, D. Hainaut, P. Bozic. C. Danley. K. Heron. B. Dickenson. V. Kemp SENIGRS RENEE BYARS PAM BOZIC KATHLEEN HERON VALERIE KEMP - Captain BARB DICKENSON DIANE HAINAUT KIM DAGNANA . CATHY DANLEY CAROLYN IVORY lb ,L kk, Ji X425 If-5 lil. A I It is the SPIRIT OF CONFIDENCE ofnot being constrained by earthly boundaries and ofthe certain knowledge that man can master his fa te. I H L E C S E uU'Q.,t JV .. inv- Blu " ' ' . ' -,A 11 dlp! 41 I W 7 1 BVI safes-eaaaefei-4.311e1,sas11a51'f5U' 52 .. Amhgmlm mx f A Q ,lm fm : :L :: 5 :Z FZ gi 2 A' FE ? '15 2 Lix,1 e n .i 5 Q -x ' W, A. fb., - ' kv 4 .- Z A ,U .' -a ., 'N 'tm Q, jg, A J' V, .' 'IR 4 'Pm 4 I ' Q Q P 5 ip KX Q .' 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Mr. McVicker, however, trained the girls to run in exhibitions to give them some experience for next year's first competitive season. Good luck , girls! Managers: Jo-Ann Lamb Jodi Nation K -in EQ! ,v ,z. SY Q' avi Y f fa .A .,,,f .I . xi' if 533 J 1, df: K 'ng -K If A -7 ,g ' g : v, -, . "5 . 'afzm ff.-rw, w all 9 V Y v f mg: leaf' V LQ I ' E-'fs 3 Sv: ' A C A ey ff ' EYHE 2 ' X' I ' f 4 X- ' ? . v ' K 433 Nr 1 A , ., vt i ,QI b 4 ,f 65 ,ff uv Bottom row: M. DeI.air D. Kinser L. Cowden S. McCaffrey. w sk, + + Q , , , , . ' if , s 3 N In s W Q if ' If is Q x 4 1 , X".- Xk, . f ,-5 Wi. Qi a x Y 1 3 e. Q Q. ,f -. X' A it Qi 4 ' Q if 1 ,fi if x , . "'.,. . ' yu .gm ,- L wwffi? 'W T" " sv., - ' A iff I Z , . A ,,.!b ,n 1 ' 5 9 5, ' ,' m , 9 f 5, QE: 3- ,-va if . 3 X 'Q evil Y? 63? ,Z .' A aiw, -4 5 N 4 , g, "' . . 1, 9 A wx - . 6 ,i'i1 gf i 4 4 , ff A K 1 Y - 3 I if - K A . 1 F S . 8, , Avy. ,TN J' FQLN . Q ' fi' . Y Xi - r -7 Q' W 4 9 gf rn 1 X5- .fg ' QW, an Q ,,: .fi f-as ww ' QQ? n Q lun' 3' At. l"i""" 5 Q Y .Q-"' ,T :Rf 6 ..f'5 . 'L gh "4 La- in 5 ,. Y .ig 4 'I A If s r' ' J' Y: if i fl ? 1 ' 1 v i 9' .g, 1 X E '- iw I QIRL 'S VOLLEYBALL TEAM Firsi row: M. Cole, A. Bell, F. Kemp. Second row: S. Walker. C. Clemons, P. Guidos. C. Loughxy, D. Anesvis, F. Kemp. Third row: A. Pascoe, J. Jones Gibson, J. Curran, J. Marquis. L. Caulhen. I. Wilson. S. Brown, M. Cauldwel. S. Podlinsky. VARSITY Kneeling: D. Aneslis. Standing: C. Loughry, L. Caulhen, M. Cauldwell. J. Marquis. J. Wilson, P. Gui- Coach: Miss Sunberg dos, C. Clemons. 186 JR. VARSITY Left to right: A. Bell. F. Kemp, S. Walker, M. Cole, J. Jones. J. Marquis, I. Curran, F. Kemp. This year, for the first time in its history, the girls' volleyball team sported their first win. In fact, the team came through with a record of 5-5. One reason for this miraculous turnover could be that the girls were moved to a different league. Instead of competing against AAA schools as in previous seasons, they competed with such schools as Avella, South Fayette, and Peters Twp. Another reason could be that the girls were put through strenuous training with their new coach, Miss Sunberg. All in all, the girls' volleyball team proved that they could win and are now ready to be 81 next year. Seniors: Top to bottom: JANET JONES. PAM GUIDOS. JEANNE WILSON. B. Hainaut, D. Hoag. R. Shergi, G. Walker, L. LaQuatra, C. Cowden, S. Cass, D. Weidner, A. Godwin, I. Kress, J. Snatchko, M. Bonnet, A. Danjou, I Coufman. D. Slates. ART GODWIN LOUIS LAQUATRA 188 GOLF TEAM The golf team at Ford Cherry does not get the recognition that it deserves. This year, they finished their season with the outstanding record of 9 wins and 1 loss. They won the sectional and went on to win the W.P.I.A.L. tournaments. In the individual tournaments, Jack Kress and Art Godwin qualified for the W.P.I.A .L. regionals. The Village Green Golf Course in Hickory is the site of home events . Next year we can look forward to more support and pride for our fine golf team. Coach: Mr. Yanosik A L Q D. Slates. I. Snatchko, A. Godwin. J. Kress, K. Coufman, I. Bruce GIRL 'S TENNIS TEAM ill WW MJEYUU- Left to right, Row 1: Susan Clark, Carolyn Geisler, Carla Peck, Anna Hoffman. Row 2: Bernie Tolh. Lisa McGivern, Shelby Alexander, Beth Roberts, Kir Nichols. Eilleen Shaffer. E Left to right: Shelby Alexander, Bemie Toth, Susan Clark, Eilleen Shaffer, Kim Nichols, Carla Peck. Carolyn Geisler. 190 Fort Cherry had a new sport this year - gir1's tennis. Mr. Rohm patiently trained and coached these girls during the latter part of summer and early fall. Although the novices came out of the season with no victories, they are determined to do better for the coming year. Left to right: Anna Hoffman. 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V S-I '1 lf! ... 1'k' ff' mf X 'E . fi 4 . -J 1'f'!xf1 f 'Q -4. x E ,aw f if is if is 'ff 9 1:9 v 3 r . Q Q v A gg rg Q, , V ff' v Q5 1 3 2 Eu - X fi '. as X v if fs-ffl.,-x""' '75-' 6 WRESTLING SOUAD Left to right. Row 1: S. Zombeck, B. Iones. R. Curtis, R. Deveaney, l. Dolima, R. Jones. R. Williamson, W. Herbst. J. Cowden, R. Williamson. Row 2: H Once again, Fort Cherry's mat men have made it to the top in one of the most successful seasons in their history. Losing onl to unbeaten Wash High, the Rangers were placed number seven in the Post Gazette W.P.I.A,L. standings. The wrestlers too first place in the annual Christmas tournaments with Rich Jones, Ed Ringer, and Ray Kemp as winners and Howard Gregg, Bo McCaffrey and Gary Jackson as runners-up. In the W.P.I.A.L. Section 10 Class A Tournaments, Fort Cherry placed first. Bo McCaffrey. Joe Zombek, and Ray Kemp were the champs, and Rich Jones, Walt Herbst, and Gary Jackson were the runners up As usual, the wrestling team came through again as the pride of Fort Cherry. 200 Coaches: Mr. Delpina, Mr. Antoszeski V JR. VARSITY Left to right, Row 1: D. Weagly, B. Guides, R. McCaffrey. Row 2: D. Lit- an, B. Johnston, G. Skates, J. Broweu. Manager: Bob LeMal 4 f " x 6 1 'f I all III ' NX It L 'B v-NF X J 'Hg . v-95595 1 fl xx Y ,,,, t...-' I s 4 if li .-1 i S -Q-Q XJ' Sf! 'Q V 1, I '.. 5 1 ,F .1 . .t V' bf V3 Y 6 , pix 3 . Q 5 uf, 'I I v 1 I U f 4 . 'fix i -' th. Ihr x 5 . 44 1 Ky X'-43 y in if 1 J ! NIEHS 'A 'I ' A A 1 -iii 2 2 1" is-9grQr' - ,,,1 - RQ 'X Q N! ' A 3 Q Af l' v -C Y vw-,, , J 4 4 bf , f' 1' A r -inf! " JP? Q 'Q I I' 4, ' Bw Q . ,'-A g,g1:jA Q- 'Q' - - Q-fs-'A' ' tv, i W' L 1- If I t Rza. X E..-i5 K I 3 . 1 Xgfih qt I , - arf l if GW ,nbilclbf ' 'E L ,A-4 4 ' '.r ' 53? a ,L 12 4' . 5 V. .ff 1 : vt i 1 Nh x. .4 ""- H-1-Q T" xkgNGf'A1 ,. QT s rafts' ' N222 'lx-'fv IR. HIGH FOOTBALL Left IO right. Row 1: M. Snatchko. D. Bernard. S. Russell, H. Bellaire, J. Snalchko, C. Hoffman. K. Openbrier, D. Baronio. Row 2: G. Rumis. C. Templin, Wagner. S. Kraido, K. Allison, M. Sember, K. Bedillion. I. Toulouse. R. Cunis. Row 3: J. McKay, P. Panizza, M. Hunley. M. Kellerman. M. Bell, B. Tot M. Tobin. R. Gilbert. JR. HIGH C. C. R. Herriott, T. Margerum 206 .VI ' .xl . r 2 Q QQ ug if-fs f4l.. 55 3s 25 31 ,SN 31 45 i i'!3X gitixlmoqk? 43 1 . iff ' ,, t T dx, X Isa K 3.5! -' yt, 1, m 3. ft e 'ff ,"?e.sQ v lp W K if gif. L Qfhff 3 . A - .45 JR. H1012 First row: C. Phillips. B. Eger, N. Lauff. Second row: J. Lukan, J. Phillips, K. Pascoe. P. Gilbert. Third row: A. Stanish, K. Willis. R. Zaxka, R. McLaugh1i1 L. Dehoux. Ann Slanish. Co-captain: Renee Zarka. Captain 208 CHEERLEADERS x J! .Q an . 1 f 1 W mf! A Row 1: I. Lukan, B. Eger, K. Willis. Row 2: P. Gilbert, K. Pascoe, N. Lauff. 1 1 ,, J S ' 'C .5 V 41:5 1 4 . . C ' ty ' Row 1: L. 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It is the .SPIRIT OF FRONTIER of man not fearing to go wh ere man has not reached. s .QAW hw , 'A 4 .Q -ti 4 I X : 1 . UWT W 1 x 9 0' - -' 4 ' Q 1 ', . 1 , . .,.,".s-Q lhgffgat 1 fi Q ' 7 ,, ' 'Q 'IX , -19 f' I 5 K ia E ' ' 'i . - -Q , I ti. L 1 Q l , eo Q- A , f 1 Ji f - , J 5 , H ' . , I t l CA . 'J , 1' ! v A " " 5' S ,, A J Q . D -3 , 'Q N 'QQ 'fi ri f 5 Us-., 0 I Q - 1 I I 'QA I ' 2 1, rr 1 as ,' L fimlgiw Jak H in A'Q3',4',i .. 1, 'V 1' ' . 21" egg! s1' .- yy " "N - ff ' ff 'iff GYM-'ii"' fic' sf, , , I fl':Qf'Q,1'M M -, X AV' fJ4srg.-'54 XQQF-?' mp? ll After the initial meeting with Mr. Sprowls came the mad rush to get the facu1ty's subscriptions. After all, the one with most money on Wednesdays and Fridays would get 820. And all of those prizes - buttons, mugs, posters, radios, stereos, and televisions - were enough incentive for everyone. So began the big sale: You knocked at countless doors: you persuaded everyone you met to buy: you tried to keep your homeroom and yourself in the running. The "roving dog" trophy finally ended up in homeroom 262. A stereo rewarded Randy Lauff for being the top salesman, and Pam Bozic's name was drawn for a stereo , the mystery prize. Room 262 got to have their ice cream party in the cafeteria for being the winning homeroom , and the class of '76 had the pride of knowing that their total of 814, O00 was the highest in the school's history . qd3J50U0qd 61491-Jo 08131 4v"""' ff' H I W Q5-get 1 "2-13, 1 I' 1? 2 Q---AQ., ' if-f ,.,,, I 4, vi, I. - we Qpwa-um S-'dup if . 1 I f 'O vs f 44,5 fir! - 1 ,Q S X ,ffl Z! v " I Q jul- Me- 1 ' 4 'sfP',--1 1- --, a T , I , 7' . .,..,-., FIRST ANNUAL CHESS TUUR AME T SCHEDULED Many boys waited breathlessly for the morning announcements on Wednesdays and Fridays to find out who would be their opponents in the first annual chess tournament. The event, sponsored by the math club, offered a trophy for the champion. The boys had a world of fun in contemplating the moves and planning the strategies that would prove to be as rewarding as those of Bobby Fischer. A11 the contestants stayed with the toumament until the last checkmate, and Fort Cherry had its first Boris Spasky . gli , . Q! of i' " at - Sf 1'- ""c f H 5' 1 Mkn., .0 C I f' -in Dv 0" 1' 5 if 4 ' ' m ai b Qi Q, .. gi 6 YQ, 75 w Q nuff Qwbi 7 5 xx - 1 2 .xl .. .Q N- ..- sms A " s.,.n Q 3 ,..p Q. ay,2g1:. 5 Q H in ' 5,5 1 I , 4- if 51. " T NX' 1 , ' " f' " , m0' Qi? QW' " " Ai- X ,, 'X 1 if J , if E 5 fE"Tf - f . . N . Tr, if- .X N .X kx.N'x 75 PRUM "S TAIR WAY TO HEA V1-FIN" I X lf' O V . 1 AP. xpfl 4 . X ME 1 ,lk S x- ,Z ! E l J 24 ,QSM I - ew. Qi li SUI D 14 5 ' , , , . 4 .pl jc In 155 I I ' 1 I :GQ BI libifil gI.,q.omr,,6 I IIOI'IEOf I , I ISI fx ktjb' 0 .I 'lg ax 1 , Tk 73 h, , .. if K . Sli. 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As "The Crucible , " by Arthur Miller, went into production, the hard work began for the cast, the committees, and the director. Mrs. Hall . Blocking , learning lines, gathering costumes and props - it was all part of the action as the day of the big performance drew near. Last minute preparations kept some of the helpers sewing until 12:00 p.m. , but the show must go on. Finally, as the thunder of applause came with the final curtain, everyone in the Junior Class was assured that hard work, as always, is rewarded. 228 ! V Cast: First row: S. Stimpson, J. Capitanl, D. Anestis, L. Dixon, M. Dunn. C. Eger, T. Carter, W. Openbrier Second row: D. Bagland, R. Clemons, F. Kemp, R. McCoy, I. Brezlnski, A. Gedman, D. Weber, D. Maehek. Committee: First row: L. Stampfel, S. Podlinsky, K. Kosak. M. McLaughlin, C. Runtas. S. Tourney, 'P-. tis. M. Schnarr. Second row: L. Bellaire, 1. Browett, D. Slates. J. Holmes. B. Dolina, K. Main. S. Phillips, B. Gema. Third row: T. Guides, R. Baker. B. Bell. R. McConaghy. M. White, D. Phillips. S. Demnym. C Fischer, K. Lauff. Fourth row: J. Dire, M. Kolba, L. Tamulinas, S. Meehan, I. Alrutz. BUCK FAIR SPO SOREDBYAACC X i Every November, Mrs. Hall and her Afro-American Culture Club can be seen working in the library as they patiently prepare for the book fair. When swarms of English classes come to place their orders, they always find the library decorated with posters, the tables filled with displays of hundreds of books, and the club members eager to take orders. Providing F.C. students with an opportunity to buy books is a valuable service that the Afro- American Club gladly gives to Fort Cherry every year. CHORUS KEPTBUSY 31-uf ., Mr Tuma s return from sabbatical leave marked the beginning of another busy year for the Rangearres and the Rangettes choruses To help celebrate the Bicentennial, they sang America "TEN 5 the Beautiful" and other appropriate selections at numerous half -time shows during the football season . To help collect money for the Chi1dren's Hospital, they went caroling at the Washington Mall and at the Greater Pittsburgh Airport. All this was done in addition to the annual winter and spring concerts that always prove to be successful . unuun sung Proj F UT RE FARMERS WI MED LS Fort Cherry had three gold medal winners in the Future Farmers' annual state project book contest. They are Harry Descutner, Dave Kraeer, and Joseph Herbst who were kept rather busy making records of projects that they had done in such areas as home improvement, beef breeding, dairy cows, and field corn. The state wide competition at Penn State University also placed Bryan Bell, Michael Jordon, and Michael Salvini in the bronze medal category. We would like to extend our congratulations to these boys on their achievements . ff '-'fi' :einen ii l s fi- U cllnwr Kansas City Convention Representatives: Left to right: D. Litman. H. Curtis B. Bell, S. Morrison. J. Barr. W. bewellyn. a ll 3 Project Book Winners: Left to right: B. H. Descutner. Bell. M. Jordon, I. Herbst. D. Kraeer, M. Salvini. Not Pictured: 232 BA USCH 8: LUMB SCIENCE AWARD Robert Francis McCaffrey has been named as the recipient of the annual Bausch and Lomb Science Award. This award is presented to the graduating senior chosen to be the best science student by Fort Cherry's science teachers. Bob clearly deserves this award with his 4 . 0 average throughout his high school career . 'Congratulations to Bob on his fine achievement. 0 Pal: E . : , ,ix - yi :wi 'l1 , f ' Q ' Q' -Q . I -ur . QT. 1-Q. Fr.!5F1 ,B 1 -,-,g-.T 1 E l gli 1 A +L.. 1 , - . 2?-we ,Alf it .5 'K M a 5, - , . I I-,T .3 '--fr 1 .qs "1 4 i x K .f """4iiiga , 4 -ann , . v.-q,.Mq,e ar . , my ,vs-eo-of-n-.4,.. ,fauna-was-.,. v-Qs. 'V r s .' I, I " sf ., , ' '- 'fa' 92352 .Q " '15-Q?-lbw T I 'Y Q f rv- ,gh -, ggaail Qrbfiwgj' J. ., y Q ' -. ' A- ' ' 7' '-Yi 'fini fe:-.cz .- - . 'J ' Y - - ... gi , -ESQ1,-V , .- .....,,. 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Harry Prandini Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson Terri the Great '80 Chris and Tip The William Toward Family Kurt and Sal Shorty and Johnny Peter and Ray "'16" F.C. Junior High Cheerleaders Jim and Terry Pam and Eddie Laurie "76" and Bob "'74" Kel, Bar, Femo, Max, Rutz, Whitey U.S.N.S. 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Masquelier The Cafeteria Ladies Mr. and Mrs. Antonzeski Ralph Ducray Townhouse Bar Tony and Iosey Bole Carla and Tim Lou LaQuatra fSlamJ Amber Lyn and David Femovich Mrs. Kaufman Eric and Cindy Dave and Carma Glen Glenn, Glennn, Glennnn. Gary Lamb, "Take Off Your Clothes" nf j WU .Az Q, 'A' 3 1 U ss X -. f' x ,- . - N ' R R x , ,J , X x5 1' 'QQ' 'Q 156, x - , ff . W V, K Q in a , 5 ' w F- - X 'f 'fl 2- N Q 'X "' 1 M A SK 'X I Q Y .. 1 X M 4 4 - xx w ,.g., . I gk 1 X is . v,--L T-Q 3 X 1- ' W5-if ' M A-Q. W ww W, . -4 - ...,- I A 1, 251 . 1- .Qu-'f' akqaw, The Panorama throughout the Ruschel's Studio 252 Thank you ,x Fort Cherry .tff3. 4..- sr t 1+ 1 patience and cooperatio We hope Fort Cherry an Alexander, Shelby 38 Allen, Cindy 38, 109, 219 Allen, Doris 37, 38 Amic, Robert 38, 118 Atchison, Thomas 38 Ball, Helen 38 Banas, Marcy 39, 219 Banas, Stephen 39 Barr. James 39, 118 Barton, Robert 39, 118, 220, 255 Battista, Ronald 39, 223 Bilger, Cheryl 39, 67 Bish , Greg 40 Borella, Linda 40, 227 Boyd, Kim 40, 223, 230 Bozic, Pamela 40, 222, 225 Brezinski , Paul 40 Briggs, Eugene 40, 119 Brinkman, Mitzi 41, 230 Brower, Sharon 41 Brown, Nancy 41, 121, 123, 214 Byars , Renee 41 Campbell , Linda 41 Cass , Frank Cerezo, Raymond 41 Clark, Paul 42, 253 Clemons, Robert 42, 109, 229 Conaway. Jon 42 Cook , Darcy 42 Cook , Robert 42 Cooper , Phyllis 42 Couderc , Cowden Cowden Cowden Richard 43, 118 Edward 43, 109 Greg 43 James 43, 219 Currin, David 43, 220 Curtis, Harry 43, 253 Dagnana, Kim 44, 109, 219, 224 Da1laPiazza, Gina 44, 135, 224 SE IORI Danley. Cathleen 44, 227 Davidson, Charles 44, 109 Davis, Patricia 44, 118, 121, Demnyan. James 44 Descutner, Harry 45 Dewey, James 45, 66 Dickinson, Barbara 45 Dinsmore, John 45, 119, 223 Dolina, Jonathan 45, 227 Dopudja, Paula 45, 116, 227 Duran, David 46 Edmonds, Janice 46, 218, 223 Eiler, David 46, 219 Engle, Susan 37, 46, 255 Faingnaert, Charles Felton, Cynthia 37, 46, 94 Foflygen, Brian 47, 114 Freville, Lorna 47 Galbraith, Reenie 47 Ganchuk, Tammy 47 Gardiner. Joseph 47 , 118 Gatten, Sherry 47 Gedman, Michael 48, 118 Gilbert, Robert A. 48, 224 Gilbert, Robert C. 48, 118 Gilbert, Robin 48, 66 Glass, Kenneth 48 Godwin, Arthur 48, 118 DEX X X XSS s K .X ,xx . ,XX X N xt . X X 174. Guidos, Pamela 49, 218, 254 Hainaut, Diane 49, 214, 253 Hamilton, Bryan 49, 109 Havel, David 49 Haynes, Michael 49 Heirendt, Jack 49 Herbst, Walter 49, 67 Heron, Kathleen 50, 67, 123, 254 Hoag, Carol 50 Hoag, Diane 50 Hormel, Peter 50 Hradecky, Joseph 50 Huchko, Terry 50 Ivory, Carolyn 51, 121, 227, 253 Jackson, Darla 51, 66, 229 Jemison, Toni 51, 114 Jones, Janet 51, 121, 218, 246 Jones, Richard 51, 66, 237, 255 Jones, Robert 51, 216 Kearns, Penny 52 Kemp, Gloria 52 Kemp, Raymond 52 Kemp, Valerie 52, 226, 229 Kencec, Joseph 52, 118 Kersh, Toni 52, 229 Knapper, Norman 53, 109, 253 Kretzler, Mark 53, 116 Lamb, Gary 53 Lamb, Jo-Ann 53, 109 Lamb, Jo-Ellyn 53, 250 Laquatra, Louis 53 Lauff, Randy 54, 66, 220, 255 Leasher, Tina 54 LeMal, Robert 54 Leonard, Glenn 54, 118 Leopold, Cathy 37, 54 Lewis, Marvin 54, 110, 217, 226, 255 Lucarini, Stephen 55 Malesky, Marsha 55 Marencel, Nancy 55, 114 54 Marques, Lucio 61 Marquis, Jeffrey 55, 66, 118, 220 Maskarinec, Girard 55 Matalik, Steven 55 Matchett, David 56, 67, 121 McAnany, Kenneth 56 McCaffrey, Deborah 56, 67, 118 McCaffrey, Robert 37, 56, 233, 241, 235 McCarthy, Dennis 56, 109 McCoy, Loretta 56 McGivem, William 57, 217 McKean. Jeffrey 66, 57, 254 McLaughlin, Gregory 119 McQui1lan, Martin 57 Menichi, Patrice 57, 108 Miller, Mary 57, 123, 217 Mlinac, Carol 57 Moore, Linda 58 Moreau, Kenneth 58 Mountain, Raymond 58 Nation, Frank 58, 65, 223, 236, 255 Pirillo, Michael 58 Polen, Clifford 58 If fi l 1 I , hh I ,J W Powell, Anita 59, 66, 116 Quevi, Diana 59, 254 Redd, Kim 59, 67, 229 Ringer, Edwin 59, 115, 223 Roberts, Beth 59, 226 Roberts, Jeffrey 56, 220 Roberts, Marche 60, 229 IL-1 Robson, Beverly 60 Schwab, Susan 60, 66 Sember, Terri 37, 60, 254 Semerod, Edward 60, 116 Seminick, Karen 60, 214 Semple. 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