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

 - Class of 1977

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' x we if Ninety-five percent of our school district is made up of farmlands Table of Contents Theme ............ 1 , Student Life ....... 10 Underclassmen .... 18 Academics ........ 56 Faculty ........... 74 Organizations ..... 94 Activities .. ....... 134 Athletics ......... 152 Seniors ... .... .198 Closing .......... 234 Advertisers ....... 244 Index ..... ..... 2 63 The first year of America's third Century is a good time to express our admiration for the American farmer's past and present determination to make things grow. Inspired by his dedication, we also feel that this is an appropriate time to point out the parallels that exBthehNeenthec1HUvaUontithelandandtheclnhvahonci young minds. ' 9 . . i ivf' if 5: ,X V ,. pk, x -1 . n .--15 . ' , . .f-51 1 1 '- P V , -Zi.. 4 ,WR x ,ir A '1f'2. 'rc T w w . . '. -. I , Q 41' -A x I , .R I v , , .lx E, KN' l 'Z X . 1 i 1 x th' 4 3.1 ' - + Q: f .mv .1 ,. .. X ,. ' . : as Q .li v 1 .. 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CU U 91 ' n 2 we knmd that we s ould reserve I our land just as we preserve old cathedrals, old paintings master works of all kinds QZQQ QMIZQUJ Us , F 5 , ,Q -Y: 1 ,J .Y lv 3 .., ., -2 l The life of the Fort Cherry student is as varied and demanding as that ofthe farmer. STUDENT LIFE Long before the start of school, in the early hours of the morning, we rise from our warm beds to meet our long days filled with the joy and pain of growing up. For many of us there are the chores, the part time jobs, the stuolyingg for some of us there is the satisfaction of just being able to make it to homeroom for roll call. K : .ni 2 l ' -N " ,A --,rev -'. J Q t--I K. QL . I1 If ,E x ' I 1 E .T1'k'-' gi? R X 4 ,- , ' 2,-: X 1, ' Q , C -M u : umnmwsvw x .L 1. .x K Gur Day Begins Early wx , A Y 'TW 'im Gur Time ls Rewarding The actual day in school is never Without its rewards for all who come. Knowledge, friends, laughter, insights sweet and bitter. And when the 3:30 bell rings, the day is only half gone. Majorettes, cheerleaders, drill team members, athletes - it is only now that we begin the practice that will make our performances faultless. The floors of noisy halls cluttered with books, pompoms, and coats finally become our study halls as we wait for the arrival of the late bus. 41 r5f: X i i X K 'J l X ' ,I 'T f' i " B ' l , ,Bw BQ5 -..1'xX F N X .. A' A 'R . k xiii W',, I . , . ,511-'Q,f,. 4. 5:12 it. A ,L-.'sg.,,3 ,, Y 'ggwvg .m-'f 4' 'z 4,418.1 3 , .JA . . In our evenings, after the ever present homework is out of the way, we still find time for our own personal pursuits. There are hobbies, the Company of friends, relaxation. We try new recipes, we sew, we paint, we help others, we work some more. They are the days that will become the school memories that we will never forget. 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Powell 'PW NOT PICTURED FRESHMEN D. Davis D. Eckles G. Forrester K. Gallo D. Howe J. Weagly SOPHOMORES S. Boyd K. Columbo B. Hughey N. Lauff I . McCabe S. Ragland M. Silla D. Stanish M . VanShuren ff' A JUNIORS I . Burler K. Capitani D. Cass S. Clark H. Coffield D. Cook D. Cowden T. Fedinerz I. Greco D. Howell C. Lewellyn S. Moore K. Nichols E. Randour G. Slates E. Soltis S . Washington As the farmer must decide what crops to plant, We must decide what courses to choose in order to fulfill our potential. Through our classes We discover who We are and how best we can serve ourselves and mankind. ACADEMICS Agriculture is the second largest industry in Pennsylvania. Because the people of Pennsylvania and the surrounding states are able to produce enough food for themselves, the surplus food procduced in the western states can be exported to help people in foreign countries have an adequate food supply. In our Ag. classes, we have been prepared not only for the actual farming that many of us will be doing upon graduation, but also for the related courses such as Forestry and Environmental Resources we will be studying in college. We have also learned that unless we learn to use our land wisely, hunger could be a problem in the not too far future. If the breaking up of large farms continues and commercial buildings continue to be built on good farm land, there will be less and less land left for farming. One good trend is that many people are now returning to the country and the rural life. Because of their interest in raising animals and in doing backyard gardening, a greenhouse facility could perhaps be added at Fort Cherry to satisfy not only the Ag. students' interest but also that of the other students. Having learned the com- plexities of modern farming, we can also report that we are not afraid of doing the actual work. Satisfaction will surely come from knowing that all of mankind will benefit from the work we will be doing. rx Agriculture Students Ready to D0 the Work Our ability to think logically was developed in our math classes. Besides stressing the application of math to everyday life these classes also prepared us for the study of higher math courses in college. This year, the addition of a new trig course ha greatly improved the math curriculum, and it is hoped that additional semester courses on other math topics will be added in th near future. In 1976. for the first time ever, Fort Cherry math students attended a Math Contest held at California State Col lege. -1 l 60 Math Students Prepared for Life and for College 5 1. S Reality of Business World Brought lnto the Classroom S1 K Thanks to the business classes, some of us will be able to join the work force immediately after graduation and begin earning our first pay checks. Mastering the basic skills of these classes was, of course, only a part of the goal. Learning how to get along with our future co-workers was just as important. Few people realize that the inability to get along with others is the main reason for the firing of most office employees. For this reason, many of our classes were structured to bring the reality of the business world into the classroom. By acting either as customers or as office workers, we rotated in the various roles every two weeks, thus gaining the necessary experience. By having to fill in for absent classmates, we also learned of the interdependence existing in all offices. j.......---- A Exim NRNNNNWINMNW 7 51 -- ',tf,,-ffm.,-'.t. leghxgt, .E 5 E ln Mr. Lauff's classes, we learned science by investigating whatever areas of the subject really interested us during the year. Conducting experiments according to our fancy, we polished rocks: we developed pictures in the darkroom: we mixed chemicals: we even took blood samples from screaming classmates! Our work in Mr. Antoszeski's Advanced Biology class and in Mr. Fi1osi's Nuclear Science class gave further preparation to those of us who will pursue science as a career upon graduation. EEN' Q 'EQ t P ,ft 2."l..,. .. rl Science Students Pursue Own Interests By attending the Western Area Vocational Technical School every other week, we received an opportunity to perfect our skills for the job market upon graduation. We mastered areas such as Drafting, Cosmetology, Business Data Process- ing, Masonry, Auto Mechanics, and many others. Most courses take three years, and once started we usually stayed and completed them. This year, approximately forty-seven of us attended from Fort Cherry. We enjoyed attending and are now confident that we are ready to join the work force. 'li' P , gf I 'ii t 4 X S ' iw' , tt.. 1,4 4' 'tr K I It-v-m.,.,,. V0-Tech Students Ready to Join Work Force i 9 ,QW Ex , The Practical Emphasize-d in History Classes S., 'ff Q, ssa 'ig Under the supervision of Mr. Sprowls and Mr. Yanosik, we participated in the 1976 presidential election by holding our own mock election. As soon as the committees were formed , we went into action by turning the old reading lab Know Mr. Moran's new officej into a voting station and by conducting day-long debates in the auditorium. It was a practical way of showing how our democracy works, and the student body reacted by voting en masse. Uimmy Carter won by a few votes.J Another lesson showing how our government is financed will occur when these same teachers will show us how to fill out our income tax forms . 14' I -ff . U as 'fl 1 ...-N 5 A 1, f V 4,4 wwf "What are you doing this weekend, Tom?" "I don't know yet. I may go to Heinz Hall and see Puccini's Opera La Boheme. hat are you doing?" "I'm not sure either. I want to go to Carnegie Museum, but Jan wants to go and see Shakespeare's Henry IV. Maybe I'll just ay home and paint or just practice my flute. " Hearing the above conversations in the halls of Fort Cherry is no longer an unusual occurrence , for our interest in the Fine Arts definitely on the rise. To help prove our point, we are happy to report an important event along these lines that took place ring the week before Christmas vacation. As art students, we organized and conducted the first Art Fair ever to be held at Fort erry. With great pride, we displayed Cand soldj the masterpieces that we had created in Art class and at home. Sculptures, intings, plaster carvings, macrame, pen and ink sketches - the office lobby had become a wonderful exhibit hall for our lent and our interest in the field. Pride in our band and choral concerts is also on the increase. Many of us have become serious udent of music and voice , and all of us now seem to understand that in music and art there is just as much joy in receiving as ere is in giving. We hope in the near future some classes in music theory can be offered and visiting artists will be invited to and to show their works. l i- 9 ...ff if As Americans we tend to be a bit too self -centered, but the study of foreign languages certainly helped us in broadening our views. As soon as we got over the study of French and Spanish grammar in levels one and two, we were ready to use our knowledge to leam more about the culture and the social structure of other human beings in other parts of the world. The excitement of reading literary works in the original all of a sudden made the hours of drill in grammar and vocabulary seem worthwhile. The more we were exposed to the language and to the people, the more interested we became. We wrote to pen pals. We saw movies and film strips. We even performed Cinderella in French! It was all P311 of the work that eventually proved to us that other world cultures can be as interesting and as worthwhile as our own . . ,-- X l' ' 44' I H 19 if .9 f.n,,.Le.Hr3f Foreign Language Studies Broaden Our View of the World v-. H E F i The farmer's plowing represents the hard work that the teachers and the students must engage in. As the sewers of the seed, the teachers have the responsbility to teachg as students, We have the responsibility to learn. FACULTY Superintendenfs Message The Class of 1977 is the first class in the third century of an independ- ent United States and has completed its first goal of high school gradua- tion. Let us hope that the virtues of integrity, inventiveness, and com- passion as propagated by our forefa- thers will continue into the third century of our history starting with the Class of 1977. We of the faculty and administra- tion believe in you and your accom- plishments while here at Fort Cherry High School. May success continue to follow you as you leave the school system for a broader view of life and its accomplishments. - A firm . J . .. , .tm .. .W -xe- JACK N. SCHWARTZ, SUPERINTENDENT California State College, B.S. University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed. sad .xg 'Qi ELEANOR BARON Assistant Superintendent California State College. University of Pittsburgh M . Ed . . Ph. D. MILTON DIAZ Elementary Principal H.S. California State College, B.S. Duquesne University, M . Ed . BOARD OF EDUCATIO . i 5 1 fi ,, R w 1 EATED. left to right: Edwin Ringer. Raymond Miller, Veronica Green, Edwin Swartz, Walter Phillips. STANDING, left to right: Richard Moran, Henry Cole lilton Diaz, Charles White. Edwin Wilson, Jack Schwartz, August Leipold. NOT PICTURED: Mrs. Rachael D. Hughey. SCHOOL BOARD OFFICERS: President - Edwin B. Swartz Jr. Vice-President - Louis E. Thomassy Sec.-Treasurer - Edwin G. Wilson New Man Tackles Old Problems Dr. Charles W. White High School Principal Midway in his second year as Fort Cherry's high scho principal, Dr. White took some time from his busy day a granted an interview to Panorama. What follows is a bri restatement of his thoughts as he kindly answered our que tions. Dr. White's main objective is to see that every stude takes full advantage of the educational facilities of the di trict. He also feels the district is fortunate to have so ma faculty members who are dedicated and who have a genui concern for the welfare of the students. He said the physical facilities at Fort Cherry are adequa for now and that they provide a good base upon which p build. But since the building is now about 18 years old, som rennovation has to be done. Adding a swimming pool an more classroom space, however, is not an immediate goal. Adding more activities and expanding the intramural pr gram to make it as effective as possible are some of D White's more immediate aims. Increasing the achieveme level of students in the basic skill areas is also a major goal. When asked if he gets much backing from the parents in th district, he said that parental backing at Port Cherry is goo and that this is of primary importance in aiding students I get the most of the educational process. As he continues in his efforts to improve instruction and th program of studies, Dr. White said his most important goal I to strive in making every student in school proud of Fo: Cherry. If that happens, he said, everything else will fall i place. For our final question, we asked Dr. White to tell us wh: makes him most happy during the course of his day. His repl came quickly and without hesitation. "I am most happy," he said, "when I see students exhib behavior indicating self -discipline. I am most unhappy whe l see disruptive students interfering with the rights of others 1 learn. " As we thanked Dr. White for the interview, we walked ow of his office feeling rather reassured that his determinatit and hard work will enable him to succeed in all of his goals. The word "self-discipline" reechoed in our minds. M cou1dn't agree more with Dr. White. Fort Cherry couI become, instantly and without cost, a more beautiful ar happy place if more and more of our students would lea: self -discipline . Mr. Moran Talks About Discipline Mr. Richard Moran Assistant Principal One day in December, while Mr. Moran was supervising an assembly, we lured him from the auditorium and led him to his new office on the second floor where he, too, like Dr. White, graciously granted us an interview. Mr. Moran happily reported discipline infractions have dropped. He also agreed with Panorama that this year stu- dents seem more serious toward their work. He said the main objective of the administration is to keep students in school. This is why there have been fewer suspen- sions and more detentions. Detention, he explained, has been very viable this year. Mr. Moran said the disciplinary system has been revised by eliminating those rules which cannot be enforced. He said each problem that arises is different and must be handled individually. Trying to change the student's attitude toward the subject he is having difficulty in is one way of solving many problems. Reechoing Dr. White by saying that the parental support in our school is very good, Mr. Moran said discipline really starts at home. Many problems often lead to the family, and the most chronic ones, he explained, are with those students whose home life is very unstable. Mr. Moran stated that the excellent staff at Fort Cherry is what really helps greatly. Their confidence in the adminis- tration, he said , is another factor that helps in getting things to run smoothly . Reporting that he enjoys his work very much, Mr. Moran stated he would like to observe more classes than he has because he takes complete enjoyment in being in contact with the educational process itself. But with a job as varied as his - transportation, disciplinary actions, distributing sup- plies - one has to learn to roll with the punches. As we walked Mr. Moran back to the auditorium so that he could continue supervising the assembly already in progress, we thanked him for the interview. Watching his smiling face, somehow we could share in his sense of accomplish- ment. He gave us the feeling that he was proud of Fort Cherry and that, most important, he was happy to be here. KATHRYN ALLISON Penn State University B. A . French 9-12 Jr. Class Sponsor French Club DELORES AMMONS Asbury College B . A . Indiana University of Pa. B.S. Penn State Univ. M.Ed. Home Economics 10-12 sr. High F.:-LA. Comparative Religions -.ni RUSSELL I. BERSHOK California State College B. S . , M . Ed . lr. High Wood and Metal 'I-9 G. RICHARD BURNS Duquesne University B.S. Instrumental Lessons General Music 7-12 Jr. High Band. Stage Band, Brass Ensemble K RICHARDI. ANTOSZESKI Slippery Rock State College B.S. west Virginia Univ. M. A. Biology . Physical Science. Adv. Science 9-12 Jr. High Football Coach. Asst. Sr. High Football Coach, Asst. Wrestling Coach, Rod and Gun Club 1 1 SADIE LEE BURNS California State College B . S . Penn State Univ. Certification School Nurse F . N . A . VIRGINIA M. BEE BEVERLY ARBORE University of Pittsburgh B. S. Indiana University of Pa. B. S. English 7 Spanish 9-12 Business English 12 Ir. Class Sponsor Typing 1 Spanish Club Sr. Class Sponsor Business Club as NANCY J. BELL University of Pittsburgh Typing I, Il, 10-12 Business Club B. PATSY E. CALABRESE T. LEE CARTER University of Pittsburgh Penn State University B.S.,M.Ed. B.A.,M.Equiv. Home School Visitor Vocational Agriculture 9-12 Audio Visual Director F.F.A. , Jr. High Ag. Club JOHN CUNNING Greenville College B.S. Physical Education '1 Health 9 Varsity Basketball Head Coach Sr. High Intramurals -1 RON LD . D L A I EL ANNA VIRGINIA L. DIANTONIO Findlay College B.A. west Virginia Univ. M. Equiv. Gym, Health, History 7, 9, 10. 11. 12 wrestling Head Coach L' " -, 1 'i -I or V V ,S -ii Q I 1, :xy ma W! a Q L. 1 I . f,,.2Qf ,ig ,V I A inf' Fi I " 5 ir ' I 4- . , . 5 f fy, 1 A .- wx, 4, f ., 4: 's,- ., , f 1 ,gn Aw" Q 73 , f ', Q1 f .fr . - ,fs . -, I ., ' 2' ,F L g re if in A ..- .., 'r" , '. .5 15' ' ' 'V '. , e f 3-5,311 2 , A I f I , ww Ji: mg, , f, vii, If rw. cw lm I ' Pig, K , 4. : V! - 13.7 .QP WJ, . RQ -. " 'I ' JS. -lyk:-fr . Q .356 ' ' I E' , ww 'hs I Ly g sf ffff --1 sg. ju 'I KJ , f "V :ln If LI!! I ' 1 - JERRY GUALL! Indiana University of Pa . B.S. Geometry 9-12 VofTech Math 10-12 3 A- I, CHRISTINA DONELLI Edinboro State College B.S. M.Ed. An 742 An Club JOHN P . HORNER west Liberty State B.A. Social Studies 8 Sr. High T.V. Production Class Video Club k 1 C? rv i ' ,mt 5 2. 5 Q1 5' I 'ii I GARRETTE L. EDMONDS California State College B . A . University of Pittsburgh M.Ed . Sr. High Guidance Counselor Student Council I JOHN FILOSI California State College B . S . Chemistry 10-12 Nuclear Science 11-12 Jr. High Drama Club Sr. High Drama Club International Thespians Troupe 388 .C CHARLES D. HUGHEY Bethany College B.A. University of Pittsburgh M.Ed . American Civics 'I World History 8 Jr. High Student Council RAYMOND JOHNSTON Washington and Jefferson B . A . University of Pittsburgh M. Ed . Special Education 7-12 Asst. Football Coach Physical Fitness Team Weightlifting Club if Q f,,. ,...- X, JAMES J. GARRY Wake Forest University B. S. West Virginia Univ . M. Equiv. Driver Education 10-12 Football Head Coach Varsity Club JESS KING Waynesburg College B. S . Geneva College Teaching Certification Bookkeeping, Business Law 11-12 Cross Country W1- LAUREL KING Clarion State College B.S. English 9-10 Y . E . A . RALPH E . LOUGHMAN Waynesburg College B . S . University of Pittsburgh M.Ed. Director Pupil Personnel Services Athletic Director Baseball Coach National Honor Society i 5 JOHN KOBUCHI California State College B.S. Earth and Space Science 8, 9 Ir. High Science Club EUGENE LUKAN California State College B.S. Industrial Arts 9-12 LOUIS KOBUCHI 4 Waynesburg and Califomia 1 State College B.S. Science, Biology 7. 8 'inn FRED D. LUSI University of Pittsburgh B . A . English 10-11 Revolving English 10-12 Panorama Ir. Class Sponsor IOSEPH P. LAUFF washington and Jefferson FRANCES LINKESH California State College B.A. B S University of Pittsburgh M . Ed . Physics, Adv. Science 11, 12 Science Club West Virginia University M. A . Remedial Reading 2-12 Nr VERONICA I. MCCALMONT Indiana University of Pa. B. S. Algebra II 10-12 Trigonometry 11, 12 Adv. Math 12 THOMAS I. MENZIES Indiana University of Pa. B.S. Algebra I Math 8-9 Math Club Co-Sponsor Basketball Statistician FRANCIS I. LINKESH California State College B. S. West Virginia University M . A . Biology, Physical Science 9-12 Ir. High Football Coach Prom Sponsor Ir. Class Sponsor DONALD H . MORRISON Washington and Jefferson B. A . California State College M . A. English 12 Revolving English 10-12 Literary Joumal Sr. Class Sponsor RICHARD G. NOLL '?"!.! ANTHONY I PAWLOSKY v Califomia State College Edinbow Stage Colle e LINDA PERKINS B.S. , M .A. B S g Camegie Mellon Umv Vo-Tech English 9-12 ' ' . B.A. English 9, Journalism Xaiungton and Jefferson English 8 Pinnacle ' ' Vo-Tech English Baseball Coach Geogfaphy 7-8 . Softball Coach Comparative Religions Ir. High Wrestling iv' DONNA RAWLINS Piedmont College B. A . English 11 Revolving English 10-12 Advanced Composition 12 Jr. High Cheerleaders Sr. High Cheerleaders v was qs..-nf. FRANK S. ROHM Sams fsiirkzgate Slippery Rock State College B.S. B Sppe 8 Social Studies 9 ' .' Vo-Tech American History Lhgnlgegsity of Pmsbmgh Boys' Tennis Coach Liinlgrign 7 12 Girls' Tennis Coach II and S H1 h Boys' lr. High Basketball Coach .' . I 8 Librarians SALVADORE I. PUSATERI HARRY PRANDINI Duquesne University SUSAN M. RANDOUR Califomia State College B.Ed. Villanova Univelshy B. S. West Virginia University B I S I Pa. History and Civics 'I M. Equiv. Health 9' 10 World Culture 9 American History 11 .dk REBECCA M. SMITH MARIE L. SMILEY . westmirtsrer College glgpew Rock Sme College Tom SPADA B'B'A' Physical Education 1, s. 10, 11, 12 Edmbo'o Sme College Shorthand I Health 9 B-3- Shorthand and Transcription ll . . , . . , Mathematics 7. 9 Office Practice 11' 12 Jr. High Girls Basketball, Sr. l-hgh Girls Basketball. Drill Team, Magorettes . ,ve "c 88 DUANE l. SPROWLS west Liberty State College B.S. west Virginia University M. Equiv. American History 10-12 P.O.D. Business Manager - Sr. Class VICKI M. SUNDBERG Clarion State College B.S. Mathematics '7 General Math II 10-12 Girls' Volleyball Coach Pep Club EDITH WILSON Slippery Rock State College B . S. Reading 'Z . 8 1 I JAMES A. YANOSIK Califomia State College B.S. Social Studies 12 Vo-Tech History Golf Team Coach Asst. Basketball Coach Sr. Class Sponsor EDWARD I. TOKAR California State College B.S. West Virginia University M.A. Ir. High Guidance Counselor Asst. Football Coach National Honor Society Eighth Grade American Legion Award CARL ZENO West Virginia University B. S . Math 8 Vo-Tech Math Math Club Co-Sponsor :' KENNETH L. TUMA Carnegie Institute of Technology B . F . A . Jr. and Sr. High Chomses Gen. Music '7-12 Freshman Chorus Range-Aires, Rangettes and Fortress Choruses Sr. High Modrigal Singers JOHN VROBLE Duquesne University B.S. , M.A. Instrumental Music 4 Sr. High Concert and Marching Bands -12 lf ., ,fat ffm, ' uffff f"f' ' WWJQZ L ff-Z7 "f1f'f V Zfnfnfn 'Titre v.' f' Geneva College B.A. ,f West Liberty and Slippery Rock. Certification Physical Education 7. 9. 10 English 8 Intramurals MYRTLE LEE ZIMMERMAN Indiana University of Pa. M.E. , ' General Business 9 Business Math 10-12 Bookkeeping II 10-12 SECRETARIE MARY MCVICKER DOROTHY IRWIN Mrs. McVicker Retires After 38 years of dedicated service to the Fort Cherr School District, Mrs. McVicker will be retiring at the end o the school year. She began working as a secretary at th McDonald High School, and in 1959 she came to Fo Cherry. Besides being a secretary, she is also involved wi many other activities. She is an Elder of the Trinity United Presbyterian Church in McDonald, a teacher at Hailey Mem- orial, and treasurer of the American Legion Auxiliary Uni 485. She also belongs to the Women's Association of Trinity Church and the Women's Club of McDonald. After retiring, Mrs. McVicker plans to travel and to continue working in her church and community groups. Everyone at Fort Cherry wishes Mrs. McVicker a long and happy retirement. CONN IE WILLIAMSON I TEACHER - AIDES ii' 1 UQ, '43 HI! , V -X CAROLE TURK ELIZABETH MASQUELIER BARBARA GARRY NELLIE DONATI BETTY THOMASSY Cafeteria Personnel CAFETERIA SUPERVISOR - MYRTLE KELSO I fl--pr , Avg ' . kk If vf' 3? l ' ii" all - V8 1 , Q New QV, gi ,Ve, L m V I 1 4 , Q ' ie, f SEATED, left to right: Bernice Gilbert, Thelma Doumonl. Gloria Femovich, Lou Williamson. STANDING, left to right: Barbara Gallo. Lois Yenko, Mary An Shumaker, Mary Lou Piazza. 92 Bus Drivers Left to right: Jane Litman, John Bish, Beverly Schawb. Charlene Toward, Ralph Loughman. Barbara Stewart, Naomi Nishnick, Eilleem Shaffer. Custodians Lefr no right: Lyle Brockman. Fred Musolino, Bill Bish. E E The harrowing of the land is an extension of the plowing just as our clubs are an extension of the classroom. ORGANIZATIONS SPS? -.v ...gb-1 x '-lf' e n2"' - K -i re-. ,W , 'ii sw 27?-3 W1 'In fi X. ,+A-+--f 3 X K+ Mm Q Q -SV wi :mm . ? 1643 , 3 U3 Q Yi, Al 4 sg, 'TJ 'fi -A-.,.,:a,, p Q--.Q..gz, . , ,. f' Aff., ' tx . Y . 'W 5 1 fm- ', X E' . ni 61 5 X 3 if as ' . f "W v V .lvfcvq 5' 5f',.T'v g L15 x P"Q-x..""""' A,f"" If Y ? i x V if QW V iid ki SN- , """-Q-. Sponsor - Mr. Lusi wb 'Af 3' ' Q57 ,rib .i 1 nf ff -Q., in Af ,EVE Q 'Sf RT CL The increased interest in art among our students has resulted in another new club - the Art Club. Sponsored by Miss Donelli, the members of the new organi- zation brought their talent out of the art room and out in the open where the whole school could enjoy them. They set up an exhibit of their projects for both show and sale in the office lobby during the Christ- mas season. Many students were amazed to find that there really is style, flair, and talent at Fort Cherry as shown by the paintings, crafts, and sculptures done by their own classmates. The Art Club met once a week and not only worked on their own projects, but found the time and ideas to decorate the bulletin boards, put up displays, paint murals, and decorate for the prom and choral concerts. The active interest of the new members sparked a new appreciation of the fine points of art within the student body . EW CLUBS FOR ED ROW 1: Sponsor - Miss Donelli, R. Baker. T. Guidos, S. Stimpson. ROW 2: T. Kumer, S. Friday, D Dewey, P. Westlake, E. Shaffer, K, Kelly, I. Deichler. ROW 3: R. Hormel, D. Weber. NOT PIC TURED: I. Dire. L. Bellaire, A. Hoffman. AT FORT CHERRY RODA DCU CLUB This year the hunters and fishermen of the school organized themselves into the first Fort Cherry Rod and Gun Club. With so much interest and participation in hunting and fishing, it was only natural that the club would go over well with all the outdoorsmen. Of course, the members could only dream of being out in the great outdoors during their meetings but like any group with a common interest, they found plenty to dis- cuss, including the planning of fishing and hunting contests outside of the confines of the school building. A common respect for the rules of the Pennsylvania Game and Fish Commission and a sincere interest in the conservation and preservation of wildlife made the standards for membership high, but the boys who joined were serious about their pastime and wanted to make it as safe and rewarding as possible . OFFICERS: FRONT: Treasurer - G. Walker, Sergeant-at-Arms - M. Turk. BACK: President - W. Michalak, Secretary - F. White. NOT PICTURED: Vice-President - K. Coufman. JW 1 I Goonen G Noga B Dunn T Moreau R. Dye, J. Brown. ROW 2: M. Lefebvre, M. Turk, H. Kelley, R. McConaghy, R. Sherge. F. White, K. drllron ROW 3 D Lexpold B Cowden I Cogniet, W. Michalak, K. Coufman, K. McCloud. D. Femovich, J. Marquis. NOT PICTURED: M. Maga, D. asqueller S McMillan R Ransrl D Garcia I Schlebusch, D. Carlton, W. Culley, M. Gilbert, J. Greco, B. Guidos, G. Walker, M. Cochran, H. Bellaire, Gilbert B Hoop R Johnston M Kellerman S Russell. D. Shaffer, M. Silla, M. Zemaitis, T. Bain. 'STUDE TCOU CIL ROW 1: C. Hatfield, M. McCaffrey, C. Sprowls ROW 2: Sponsor - Mr. Edmonds, T. Williams D. Femovich, M. Bonneu. N. Lauff. ROW 3: C Peck. A. Hoffman. M. White, L. Fulmer, S Brown. NOT PICTURED: N. Ruschell, K. Kosak. J. Bruce. B. Guides, I. Kinser, M. McGivem G. Edmonds. T. Fehl 100 F E I OFFICERS: Treasurer - M. McCaffrey, Vice-President - M. White, Pre - D. Femovich. Secretary - A. Hoffman. -Q-im,-4 1 ONT: Secretary - S. Meehan, President - J. Alrutz. BACK: Vice-President K. Thornton. Treasurer - C. Peck. SR. CLASS OFFICERS J R. CLASS OFFICERS FRONT: Treasurer - M. Caldwell, Vice-President - M. McKee, Secretary L. Cowden. BACK: President - B. Guidos. JR. HIGH STUDE T I COU CIL OFFICERS SEATED: President - H. Cole. STANDING: Treasurer - R. Zarka. Secretary C. Phillips, Vice-President - M. Donati. ACAZIN CO ITTEE XXXL '-1. CLOCK-WISE FROM LEFT: S. Meehan, C. Peck, T. Guidos, K. Main, I. Alrutz, Sponsor - Mr. Sprowls, C. Kelly, B. Eberle, R. McConaghy. J. Maxim, D. Foster, C. Rumas, C. Eger. NOT PICTURED: S. Williamson, R. Ransil, M. Sollis, R. Clemons, B. Snarchko, G. Jackson, K. Thornton. NN UNCEME CA DY COMMITTEE -lu 1. -.. ww-A ' 1-1 ROW 1: I. Alrutz, K. Thomton, R. Baker, T. Guidos. ROW 2: S. C. Peck, L. Tamulinas. J. Brezinski, A. Gedman. ROW 3: D. Weidner Bell. G. Washington. I . Browert. NOT PICTURED: R. Hill, T. Carter, Cunis. T COM ITTEE nj FRONT: B. Loffert, D. Bemesser, B. Dolina, C. Peck, S. Meehan. BACK: D. Weber, K. Thom- ton, D. Machek, l. Alrutz. D. Slates. I. Snatchko. S. Cass. NOT PICTURED: D. Rag- land. T. Kumer. l02 :jala- PROPHECY COMMITTEE ROW 1: F. Kemp, R. Clemons. B. Snatchko, L. Bel laixe, C. Eger, S. Tournay. ROW 2: B. Bell, I Deichler. D. Weidner, W. Michalak, S. Meehan C. Peck. ROW 3: K. Thornton, M. White, J Alrutz. NOT PICTURED: C. Randour. S. Friday. ANQUET COMMITTEE W OW 1: M. Schnan, B. Dollna, C. Peck, N. Ruschell, T. Pascoe, D. Weber, S. Meehan. ROW 2: H. Kelley. R. McConaghy, B. Johnston, J. Maxim, B. Eberle . Alrulz, K. Thornton. NOT PICTURED: G. Edmonds, H. Gregg. SECTION LEADERS: L-R: Tenor - L. Curtis, Soprano 1 - M. DeLair, Soprano 2 - T. Pascoe, Bass - J. Browett. NOT PICTURED: Alto - K. Kosak. l04 FORT CHERRY SOPRANOS AND TENORS: ROW 1: S. Meehan, N. McQuillan. ROW 2: E Schmidt. M. Chiera, C. Hampson. ROW 3: L. Curtis. T. Pascoe, L. Rusc hell. ROW 4: N. Kelly, C. Loughry, C. Campbell. ROW 5: R. Dye, L. Cow den. I. Masquelier, M. DeLair. ROW 6: R. McCoy, W. Openbrier. C Machek. E. Danjou. NOT PICTURED: C. Diaz. CHORAL DEPARTMENT ALTOS AND BASSES: ROW 1: D. Patrick. B. Brown, J. Browen.. ROW 2: L. Lawhill, R. Stover, R. Currin. ROW 3: C. Sprowls. B. Dolina. M. Lofstead '. Panizza. ROW 4: N. Lauff, P. Gilbert. I. Alrutz, I. Ferris. ROW 5: V Iarka, D. Phillips, H. Kelley. N. Kletzli, M. Bonnen. ROW 6: J. Narion, L. Tournay. J. Marquis. NOT PICTURED: N. Ruschell, K. Kosak. E. Shaf- er, V. Federoff. L. Dixon. W. Michalak, J. Zombeck. OFFICERS: L-R: President - J. Alrutz, Treasurer - S. Meehan, boughry. Vice-President - L. Cowden. Secretary - C . OFFICERS: President - I. welsh. Secretary - N. McCaffrey. Treasurer - M. Caudwell. Vice-Presidem - J. Curran. 106 CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT: M. Ashmore, S. Walker, G. Thomas, K. Pascoe N. McCaffrey. I. Curran, M. Gaughan, J. Welsh, C. Wilson. D. Clark, Sf Bennett, M. Cole, C. Clemons. M. Wirtz, K. Schmidt, F. Kemp, S. Mor- eau, J. Bell, T. Clark, M. Caudwell, S. Slimpson, I. Gibson, P. McGahee. NOT PICTURED: C. Peck. Q SECTION LEADERS: Soprano 2 - S. Stimpson, Alto - M. Cole, Soprano 1 - S. Walker. ODRIGAL SINGER LONT: C. Peck. E. Danjou. T. Pascoe, S. Stimpson. M. Cole. N. Ruschell, K. Kosak, E. Shaffer, S. Tournay. BACK: N. Klexzli. N. Bonneu, H. Kelley. R ye. L. Curtis, W. Openbrier. f E. X ,I I I ix.: .ff ' 5 ' N 'J Q' 'H DUNTY CHORUS: SEATED: T. Pascoe, C. Peck, S. Tournay. STANDING: W. Opcnbricr, N. DISTRICT Cl-lORUS:W.Openbrier cCaffrey, I. Welsh, H. Kelley. OFFICERS AND LIBRARIANS: ROW 1: Vice-President - K. McConaghy, Business Manager - C. Sprowls, President - D. Slaxes, Secretary - L. Gauen, Trea- surer - B. Eger. ROW 2: Librarians - D. Babcock, S. McConaghy, S. Banas. ROW 3: Librarians - D. Weber, J. Brown, C. Fasnachx, V. Maualiano. ARCHI GBA D ROW 1: MAIORETTES: S. Phillips. M. McLaughlin. C. Eger, K. Shumaker, R. Clemons. L. Garten, L. Mercier. ROW 2: C. Sprowls, S. Sylanski, L. Slates. I Moore, J. Spencer, N. Knapper, D. Narigon, J. Banas, I. Gilbert, H. Morrison, D. Dunn, S. Bowman. R. Schofield. C. Geisler. ROW 3: C. Hampson, l Sawhill, J. Federoff, R. Williamson, T. Curtis, D. Babcock, D. Weber, D. Eger. D. Barkhurst, D. Reed, K. Garry, K. Macock. J. Chase. ROW 4: C. Hazfielc F. Kemp, J. Lukan, R. Stopinski, K. Baldigowski, K. McConaghy. D. Dumeret, S. Moreau, P. Bellaire. ROW 5: C. Romestan, C. Phillips, M. DeVos, N Growden, J. Brown, C. Fasnacht, V. Maualiano, L. Fulmer, D. Klimas, B. Moore, P. Poznak. ROW 6: C. Ray, F. Brown, R. Gross. N. Turk. B. Toulouse ROW "I: A. Bailey, P. Neil, G. D'Angelo, I. Ferris, D. Stopinski, C. Kramer, R. Sherge. D. Leipold, M. Lefebvre, C. Barr, R. Semerod. ROW 8: C. Smiarov ski, D. Linder. l. Pesto. I. Wiley, S. Sherge, S. Podolinski. C. Semerod. D. Slates. B. Eger, S. McConaghy, R. Webb, F. Kemp, D. Ragland. 108 JW 1: D. Barkhurst, J. Gilben, S. McConaghy, D. Reed, H. Morrison, C. Fasnachr. J. Brown, N. Knapper. ROW 2: D. Eger, D. Weber, D. McConaghy, D umeret, K. Baldigowski, V. Matlaliano, S. Banas, K. McConaghy. ROW 3: S. Podolinsky, R. Stopinski, J. Lukan, L. Fulmer. D. Klimas, B. Spencer, I anas, C. Kramer. ROW 4: M. DeVos, S. Koraido, R. Williamson, J. Garry, V. Growden, I. Pesto, D. Babcock. ROW 5: D. Leipold, M. Lefebvre, R. Sherge Ferris, G. DeAngelo, D. Stopinski, B. Eger, D. Skates. ROW 6: K. Allison, S. Russell, J. Federoff, T. Curtis. D. Dunn. D. Narigon, T. Briggs. MAJOR TTES: S. Sylanski, D. Moore, R. Schofield. C. Sprowls, S. Phillips. C. Geisler, C. Eger, K. Shumaker, L. Slates, L. Mercier, S. Bowman, L. Gatten, R lemons. NOT PICTURED: M. McLaughlin. CO CERT x ' , ' , ,wx 4 v . y, 0 1 A . :msg A ' Q ' COUNTY BAND: L. Fulmer, C. Eget. DISTRICT BAND: D. Weber. tx- FRONT: L. Slatas, D. Moore, C. Eger. K. Shumaker. S. Bowman, L. Mercier. BACK: S. Phillips, S. Sylanski, R. Schofield. R. Clemons. M. McLaughlin, C Sprowls. C. Geisler. NOT PICTURED: L. Garten. Sherry Phillips K I x E L 5 Q Cindy Eger - Drum Mariam Rich LuAnn Garten 110 CORPS Kathleen Shumaker - Head Mary McLaughlin w Lonna Mercier Rita Clemons i Freda Kemp Bonnie Loffert, Co-Captain l K DRILL fl, FRONT: Captain - M. Schnarr. Co-Captain - B. Loffen. ROW 2: C. Hampson, L. Sawhill, K. Macock. J. Chase. P. Poznak, D. Linder, C.Romesran, 1 Phillips, C. Hatfield. ROW 3: B. 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Lewellyn, Secretary - M. Gaughan. F: B. Bell, I. Gilbert, K. Pirrung. C. Nishnick, B. Bell, K. Alrutz, S. Simarowski, R. Komec. D. Davis, T. Garten, C. Srewan, F. Ganchuck, E. Davidson. F: M. Gaughan, R. Bowers, K. Gallo. C. Lewellyn, T. Bain, B. Dunn. M. Watazychyn, K. Shaffer. M. Gilbert. C. Lyons. R. McQui1lan, C. Coffield. A: S.' Morrison, J. Herbsl, T. Kelly. D. Foley, T. Donaldson, M. Salvini, W. Lewellyn, R. Herrmann, S. McMillan, P. Ullom, M. Jordan, D. Limman, D. Kreer, W. Phillips, D. Nicholas. NOT PICTURED: V. Herrmann, G. Schwabb, I. Slampfel, D. Wolf, E. Yuhas, G. Greene, J. Schlebusch. W. Kehn, H. Coffield. 1 Y l l22 FUTURE NURSE' CLUB DW 1: D. Klimas. D. Anestis, M. Schnarr. T. Shotis, C. Barr. N. Turk. ROW 2: K. Nichols. J. Holmes, K. McConagl1y, S. Banas, B. Nicholas, C. Hatfield. . Herbst. P. McGahee. C. Charlier. ROW 3: S. Williamson. V. Bell, S. Friday, V. Butler, I. Wiley. T. Kumer, l. Chase, R. Webb, M. Green, Sponsor - rs. Burns. ROW 4: M. McLaughlin, C. Randour, S. Demnyan, D. Kinser, C. Zirwas. E. Danjou. I. Horvalh, K. Macock, D. Clark. J. Thomas, C. Coffield, McCaffrey. B. Phillips. NOT PICTURED: C. Fischer. B. Gema, S. Clark. D. Cook. P. Westlake, K. Muxton. :FICERS: Presidem - M. Schnarr, Vice-Prsidem - M. McLaughlin, Secretary - K. McConaghy, Treasurer - C. Hatfield. 123 f LIBRARIANS ROW 1: F. Kemp, C. Quevi, C. Rumas, M Schnan, S. Brown. ROW 2: J. Jenkins, L. Dixon, V Federoff, J. Gibson, D. Bernesser. NOT PICTURED: ' S. Bennett, M. McGivem, M. Zinn. S. Turk. COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS l I 4 T 1 , ROW 1: C. Peck, A. Hoffman. B. Eger, K. Willis. T. Williams. D. Moore, K. Pascoe. I. Diaz. ROW 2: C. Eger. T. Pascoe, I. Welsh, D. Eger. S. Tournaj V. Bell. S. Siimpson. ROW 3: Sponsor - Mr. Noll, D. Weber, W. Openbrier, N. Turk, S. Bennett. J. Marquis. C. Runtas, T. Cauer, M. Turk, L. Dixon. 124 I TER ATIO AL TI-IESPIANS I :ft to right: Dr. While - Honorary Member, M. White, I. Broweu, S. Meehan, I. Alrutz. Mr. Filosi - Sponsor, L. Dixon, T. Briggs. D. Lugaila. NOT ICTURED: N. Ruschell. AFRO-AMERICA CULTURE CL B ,OW 1: C. Powell. J. Brown. K. Thornton. R. Allen, D. Whiting, G. Jackson. D. Powell, T. Edmonds, D. Boyd. ROW 2: T. Wallace, L. Washington. F Zemp, F. Kemp. C. Lewis, S. Jackson. R. Webb, S. Bennett. D. Ragland. M. Caner. ROW 3: L. Cauthen. N. Wallace. S. Ragland, S. Boyd, G. Edmonds, R Ilemons, S. Brown, P. Roberts, T. While. J. Gibson. S. Williamson. DRA A CLUB ROW 1: L. Washington, S. Boyd, S. Ragland. ROW 2: N. Lauff. S. Koraido. M. Sember, M. Zemaitus, J. Lukan. ROW 3: E. Lyons, K. Allison, L. Ruschell. J. Horvath, D. Descutner, B. Eger. ROW 4: D. Klimas. E. Danjou, I. Masquelier, P. Bellaire, C. Peck, S. Moreau, D. Narigon. ROW 5: B. Johnston, M. DeLair, N. McCaffrey, C. Kelly. J. Ferris. D. Leipold, M. Lefebvre. ROW 6: D. Weidner, M. White. C. Shaffer, J. Maxim, S. Phillips, C. Lewis. ROW 7: L. Cowden, M. Cole, J. Curran, K. Wilson, C. Sprowls, D. Femovich. ROW 8: D. Lugaila, K. Loffert, C. Campbell, E. Shaffer, V. Zarka, L. Sawhill. STANDING: D. Patrick. C. Kosarik, B. Eberle, R. Craig. OFFICERS: President - M. White, Vice President - H. Kelley, Secretary - S. Meehan, Treasurer - C. Shaffer. ROW 1: T. Shotis, M. Schnarr, N. Kelly. ROW 2: J. Browett, M. Turk. L. Dixon, C. Eger, P. Precopia. ROW 3: Z. Mason. T. Pascoe, T. Guidos, R. Baker, B. Loffen. ROW 4: M. Bonnett, M. Caudwell, L. Curtis, M. Green. M. Herbst, D. Weagly. N. Pascuzzi. ROW 5: C. Loughry, H. Kelley, R. Seminick, M. McClements, C. Hatfield, S. Meehan, J. Alrutz. ROW 6: B. Guy. J. Brezinski, M. McLaughlin, D. Phillips. B. Dolina. ROW 7: L. Tamulinas, M. Kolba, N. Turk, D. Dewey, C. Barr, T. Briggs. STANDING: W. Michalak, W. Phillips. J. Ferris. J. Marquis. NOT PICTURED: L. Bellaire. R. Carter, R. Cook, D. Dumeret, V. Federoff, J. Fischer, A. Hoffman, M. McCaffrey, B. Nichols, N. Ruschell. M. Soltis, T. Wallace, G. Washington, F. While, T. Yuhas. l26 P: i X PANISH 'A CLUB FRONT: Vice President - I. Curran. Treasurer - M. Cochran. Secretary - C. Clemons. BACK: Sergeant-au Arms - B. Toulouse, Sponsor - Mrs. Arbore, President - 1. Brezinski. JW 1: Sponsor - Mrs. Arbore, P. McGahee, K. Macock, B. Wanamaker, R. Wirtz, W. Lewellyn, D. Powell, I. Nichols, T. Edmonds, R. Herriot. ROW 2: C lemons, S. Boyd, S. Bennett. L. Washington, S. Ragland, K. Wilson. I. Curran, S. Banas, S. Moran, S. Friday, K. Capitani, S. Kovach. ROW 3: A. Bell. R llen, J. Brezinski, M. Cochran, R. Williamson. K. Garry, D. Machek, K. Scott, C. Powell, V. Bell, R. Bowland. ROW 4: S. Bowman, A. Soubie. C xillips, M. Irwin, M. Baker. C. Templin, I. Miller, C. Csonka, D. McCoy, J. Phillips, D. Neal, B. Chmis. ROW 5: B. Toulouse, D. Gallo, J. Rehak, R min, A. McAllister, S. Bain, B. Hughes, D. Torboli, T. Kovach. NOT PICTURED: G. Washington, D. Patrick, T. White, D. Stanish. E. Danjou, C. Hoff an, D. Johnston, V. Snatchko, D. Wolf, S. Gibson, P. Neil. FRENCH w ROW 1: T. Johnston, J. Ballani, K. Allison, H. Cole, E. Ullom, D. Punola, L. Donati, S. McCracken, M. Carter, I. Brown, C. Fasnacht, D. Clemons. ROW J. Margerum, I. Sprowls, M. Donati, T. Grant, J. Gilbert, C. Kress, L. Heinlein, A. Stanish, C. Engle, I. Gruber, V. Growden, V. Kelly, C. Carter, Crowley, T. Toward, K. Baroni, C. Makrush. ROW 3: K. Rehak, B. Sawhill, R. Zarka, C. Phillips, L. Williamson, M. Frame, N. Turk, D. Weagly. Herbst, M. Green, D. Moore, K. Kelly, D. Dewey, C. Barr. OFFICERS: Co-Presidents: D. Weagly and M. Herbst, Vice President - D. Moore, Secretary - Green, Treasurer - K. Kelly. VAR ITY CL B ROW 1: D. Patrick, C. Lewis, C. Shaffer, K. Pascoe, V. Zarka, K. Willis, D. Phillips. N. McCaffrey, I. Welsh. M. DeLair, L. Cowden, I. Lukan. ROWS Panizza, M. McKee, M. Sember, E. Lyons, C. Hoag, I. Alrutz, R. McCaffrey, K. Thornton, G. Jackson, R. Allen, C. Kelly, B. Johnston, R. William ROW 3: M. Bonnett, K. Bailey, B. Guidos, T. Williams, S. Cook, D. Clark,.M. McClements, K. Garry, C. Loughry, J. Curran, M. Caudwell, A. Bell Peck. A. Hoffman, E. Shaffer, M. McCaffrey, T. Wallace. ROW 4: S. Craig, L. Dixon, J. Browett, J. Deichler, R. McConaghy, C. Clemons. D. Weber Marquis, F. Kemp, L. Washington, I. Snatchko, J. Kaste. ROW 5: I. Bruce, J. Kress, D. Weidner, B. Eberle, M. Turk, H. Kelley, S. Podolinsky, A. Pascoe Gibson. S. Brown, F. Kemp, J. Maxim. ROW 6: S. Cass, D. Femovich, T. Briggs, R. Deveany, R. Lucarini, B. Bell, L. Curtis, R. McQuillan, M. Cochran Clemons, D. Slates. ROW 7: W. Bruce, H. Gregg. T. McCartney, W. Culley, I. Schlebusch. K. Coufman, I. Falsetti, D. Garcia, R. Seminick, N. Pascu D. Carlton. NOT PICTURED: M. Soltis, W. Chiff, I. Coleman. J. Zombcck, D. Anestis, R. Bongiorni. 128 CLB -... -- . 1: R. McLaughlin, C. Underwood, R. Craig, B. Brown, T. Williams, R. McCaffrey, D. Weber. S. Russell. ROW 2: F. Kemp, D. Femovich. D. Kinser, M. J. Alrutz. L. Ruschell, C. Lewis. M. Schnarr, C. Runtas, L. Fulmer, D. Klimas, J. Horvath. ROW 3: I. Lukan, C. Sprowls, C. Hatfield, L. Bongiomi. Brezinski, L. Sawhill, V. Zarka. D. Phillips, K. McConaghy, B. Dolina, B. I-lughey, N. Kelly, K. Eiler, D. Narigon. ROW 4: D. Weagly, K. Schmidt, J. , P. Gilbert, 1. Masquelier. E. Lyons, N. Lauff, M. Bonnett, M. Caudwell, I. Kaste, R. Seminick, N. Pascuzzi, N. Kletzli. NOT PICTURED: I. Car- M. McCaffrey, N. McCaffrey, M. Dunn. PEP CL B 1: D. Patrick, C. Lewis, C. Shaffer, K. Pascoe, V. Zarka. D. Phillips, N. McCaffrey, J. Welsh, M. DeI.air, L. Cowden, I. Lukan. ROW 2: K. Garry, N. R. Seminick, R. McCaffrey. S. Phillips, K. Thornton, B. Dolina, G. Jackson, C. Kelly, R. Allen, R. Williamson, F. Kemp. ROW 3: S. Sylanski, K. C. Hatfield, K. McConaghy, C. Sprowls, K. Bailey, D. Slates, C. Loughry, J. Curran, M. Caudwell, M. Bonnett, C. Peck, A. Hoffman, E. Shaffer, McCaffrey. ROW 4: D. Stanish, T. White, T. McCartney, M. Schnarr, C. Runtas, D. Lugaila, C. Clemons, J. Gibson, L. Bish, D. Moore, J. Masquelier, . Fischer, P. Gilbert. ROW 5: C. Kosarik, T. Guidos. D. McCoy, J. Baker, C. Geisler, S. Bowman. S. Jackson, L. Washington, S. Bennett. S. Podolinsky, S. rown, F. Kemp, N. Lauff. ROW 6: B. Loffert, R. Baker, N. Kelly C. Brezinski, M. McGivern, L. Ruschell, V. Butler, D. Weber. C. Eger, R. Clemons, D. Gedman, B. Bednarzik, I. Kinser. ROW 7: C. Campbell, L. Gatten, D. Femovich, H. Kelly, R. McConaghy, J. Maxim, B. Johnston, J. Alrtuz. NOT PIC- TURED: T. Kumer, N. Ruschell, S. Meehan, R. McCaffrey, I. Brown. S. Williamson, S. Friday, P. Roberts. JFFICERS: President - S. Brown, Vice President - S. Phillips. Secretary - L. Gatten. Treasurer - C. Sprowls. JR. HIGH r D K! I FRESHMAN CHORUS: ROW 1: J. Phillips, M. Carrer. T. Toward, D. Johnston. ROW 2: A. Sranish, L. Donati, B. Mcwreath, S. McCracken. B. Sawhill, Carter, K. Crowley, R. Zarka, C. Kress, A. Soubie. ROW 3: C. Makrush, E. Briggs, H. Cole, R. Lucarini, J. White, J. Campbell. K. Scott, J. Ballani. N PICTURED: D. Torboli. OFFICERS AND SECTION LEADERS: Presidenl - R. Lucarini, Vice-President - H. Cole, Secretary - R. Zarka. Treasurer - M. Carter, Soprano - L. Donati, T. Toward. Tenor - H. Cole, Bass - J. While. 1 7 t I T:-f F - L ,, , ' A EIGHTH GRADE: ROW 1: J. Green, R. Carter, W. Banas, T. Powell, J. Bissell. D. Garcia, C. Bilger. ROW 2: R. DeBlander. I. Sranish, A. Cox, L. While, H. Bailey, S. Delulio, I. McCoy, E. Kemp. J. Hixenbaugh. ROW 3: K. Babcock, M. McKee, C. Spenser. J. Mrenek. C. Tigner. K. Lukan, L. Ballani, J. McCaffrey. I M. Bernard. G. Dadowski. NOT PICTURED: S. McCracken, J. Donali. S. Laurich. T. Schmidl. I 130 MUSIC DEPT N... BAND: ROW 1: B. Wheatley, E. Walker. J. McGivern, R. Russell, G. Brown, T. Garry. T. Cul- ley, J. Bezusko. ROW 2: M. Curtis, K. Baldigowski, 1. Brown, C. Fascnacht. S. Sherge, D. Babcock, M. Masi, K. Freshwater. ROW 3: S. Lepro, G. Kearns, C. Freshwater, W. Green, S. McConaghy. ROW -1: J. Loffert, R. Leipold, C. Kramer, R. Drug- mand, G. Derlngelo, V. Growdcn. J. Masi. ROW 5: M. Rehak. 1. Wiley, M. Recd, J. Pesto, G. McConaghy, C. Semerod, B. Kadlecik. NOT PIC- TURED: T. Cullcy, R. Frame, K. Gema, R. Thomas. BAND OFFICERS: President - 1. Brown, Vice Presi- dent - R. Russell, Secretary - S. Sherge. EVENTH GRADE CHORUS: ROW 1: C. Bush, K. Novick, F. Zelinski. S. Stollar, S. Miller, C. Margerum, M. White, L. Punola, L. Hunley, M. Markish. ROW J. Wiley, D. Donaldson, T. Kaposy, S. Tournay, L. Meute, I. Masquclier. J. Falsetti, T. Williams, R. Oglcsbee, E. Alexander, B. Bedillion. ROW 3: L. ilbert. T. Spencer, D. Lauderback, A. Lewis, S. Johnston. C. Tournay. S. Houze, D. Raineri, D. Torboli, D. Clayton, M. Kress. ROW 4: K. Baldogowski, . Shekerko, C. Babcock, B. Gunther, J. Tobin, C. White. J. Clark, E. Fasnacht, T. Engle, D. Caudwell, C. Edmonds, J. Paskert. S. DeVos. NOT PIC- URED: S. Welsh. B. Stevens, A. Nicholas. STUDE T COUNCIL DRAMA CLUB JR. HIGH T FRONT: L. Hunley. I. Donati. R. Zarka, H. Cole, M. Donati. C. Maioli, D. Dolina. BACK: L. W liamson, M. McCaffrey. J. McCaffrey, J. Ballani, I. Mrcnek, D. Cole, J. Clemons, T. Johnston. Sawhill. E. Quevi. NOT PICTURED: G. Zilich. C. Phillips, S. Neal. J. Romestan. E. Kemp. ROW 1: C. Kress, B. Sawhill, B. Crowe. E. Kemp. ROW 2: D. Finley, J. Lucarini. L. Donati. l Frame, M. Donaxi, C. White. CLUB V , ,WW LONT: M. King. R. Weaverling, K. Ray, C. Czonka. K. Lauff. S. Delulio. BACK: E. Kemp, B. owe. R. Cochran, L. Crowser, J. McAnany, L. McAnany, J. Mrenek. NOT PICTURED: G. McMillan, Arbogast . DW 1: G. Kumer, D. Tokar, R. Svihla. D. Narigon, J. Ray, T. Andrews, J. Phillis. ROW 1: T. Eckles, . Johnston. M. Donali, L. Donali, C. Kress, C. Caner, K. Crowley, D. Punola, T. Prevost. ROW 3: McClements. C. Nickerson, J. Morrison. D. Babcock, 1... Heinlein, F. Bungard, J. Federoff, J. ,elzli, I. Stanish. W. Chase. LIBRARIA S SCIE CE CLUB l E 5 s R S N . s R -9 ! E s s s i 134 - Our activities, like the farmer's fertilizers, give us the added enrichment for our development. They are the sun, the rain, the ingredients that complete the process of growing. ACTIVITIES Our Student Council, sponsored by Mr. Edmonds, has been very active this year. Starting the year off by sponsoring the Homecoming Event, they did everything from preparing the ballots to getting cars and flowers and presenting a well organ- ized program at the football game. The following evening they held a dance in the high school gym which everyone enjoyed. To get us in the Christmas spirit, they sponsored a semi-formal dance with a live group in an elaborately decorated gym. The turnout was large, and again students were glad they had come. At the height of the football season, they held a Red and Grey Day and awarded felt banners to the best three decorated homerooms. They've also sold Fort Cherry linebacker T-shirts and worked with the cafeteria women to improve food service. Overall, they have done a great job not only in representing us but also in keeping us interested, involved , and active in the school. 'H Q ' 221513232 C... ' o -I-I-Z-2 W1 I :' 1 lg al l Nic. '-lwi -' frwlh - adm. wt-even NYY: .wi ,. E4,...a.-.- -,...,.r.,, I36 ACTIVE STUDENT CDUNCIL MEETING STUDENT NEEDS S , Q fuss W K- " - ,:: 1, QT My VA, 1, ,- , -, ,. -N . 55.-ne, -X - Aug, Q e . 1 . , . K , T ,we . I A W k X, . .V , ., , in 5 ,kg -v R. V , K x f V5 ..q , A T' bw 4, .K ' 1' D Q L -Q 14 ,M ,. v IMPROVED PEP ASSEMBLIES INSPIRE TEAM TO VICTORY - Y - 4 , . ,., N ,Ill 8 Pep assemblies have improved greatly this year. They were, in a way, a tribute to the Student Council who encour- aged attempts to change. The majorettes, the drill team, and the cheerleaders took turns in planning out each assembly by creating and producing original skits that delighted the student body and inspired the team to victory. "The Wizard of Oz" is an example of the many produced. That day everyone in the gym chanted o-we-o-de-ho-hum, and at night the team turned in a 21-6 victory that left South Park looking like the melted wicked witch of the West. In one of the cheerleaders' skits, "Firemen" put out little flames in the gym, and that night, after a hard-fought, rainy game, with the Northgate Flames, we left them with a very wet 20-13 loss. Our winning season, we are sure, was the result of the inspirational assemblies. .a J . gf: .wwf-..,,,,,4 Z as . K f 5 """"'-Hnwuw., Y 1 :gk If E CC? ws .-df' 4 PK T "' vw Throughout the week of October 17, six girls, LuAnn Gatten, Nancy McCaffrey, Carla Peck, Diane Phillips, Sherry Phil- lips, and Kathleen Shumaker - all chosen by the Senior high students - were busy buying gowns and choosing their escorts for Homecoming. Homecoming was presentedklctober 22, prior to the Fort Cherry-West Allegheny football game. After driving on to the field in luxurious cars, the girls and their escorts stood in the cold, brisk air awaiting the announcement of the queen. The big moment finally arrived, and Lu.-Xnn Gatten was crowned queen. At this time, the Student Council presented a bouquet of roses to the queen and bouquets of carnations to the other girls. On Saturday evening, the Homecoming festivities came to a close with a dance held in honor of LuAnn Gatten and her court. At the dance the girls were given small charms to commemorate the occasion. This festivity was one of Fort Cherry's finest and will be long remembered by each of these girls and all those who were a part of it. vs-F' INTERESTED PARENTS ENJOY OPEN HOUSE For the past two years Open House at Fort Cherry has been conducted in a different manner. Held on Monday November 15, the two hours between 7:00 and 9:00 were divided in seven mini-periods to enable interested parents to follow their children's day classes in the course of the evening. During each "period" the teachers presented a short talk explaining the course and how it was being taught. iParents who wanted to know more specific information about their children had already been invited to visit the school on a previous date.l Y.E.A. members were on hand at strategic places throughout the school to act as ushers and guides. As an added interest, the newly formed "MODrigals" opened their regular Monday night rehearsal to any parents and students who wandered in to listen to the practice and get an idea of the school's choral department. A similar program was under way on the stage with a trumpet quartet representing our band. Both parents and teachers enjoyed the new way of conducting Open House . as ,, 8 .. , et 1110 V ff Q! .,.,.-- V.. .e sr-, I ..,., ..,.... ...V ...i i ,.- Q' 14 For the first time ever, the Black Hills Conference Wrestling Tournaments were held in the Fort Cherry gymnasium. The first round took place Friday night, December 17, before a packed gymnasium. The second round was held Saturday after- noon, followed by the Parade of Champions and the exciting final round that evening. Fort Cherry came out of the finals with four champions - Rich Deveany at 112, Joe Zombek at 167, Gary Jackson at 185, and Dave Femocich in the heavyweight bout. Zombek and Jackson both scored falls, Deveaney scored a 16-0 superior decision, and Femovich took a 5-3 decision. Second place winners for F.C. were Cary Cowden C1385 and Hoagy Gregg 41453. F.C. placed second as a team, led only by McGuffey. Third place went to Carlynton followed by Peters Township, South Park, Avonworth, and West Allegheny. Under the direction of Mr. Lauff, everything went smoothly, and Fort Cherry was proud to play host to its competitors. Students! helped also, keeping score for individuals and teams, marking elimination brackets and selling programs. Among the stu- dents who helped were Debbie Kinser. Mary McLaughlin, Barb Dolina, and Diane Phillips. U ..,f'!!'l',STMixs mmm NA Mm TOURNAMENT -f - H .tm HVY .Jael , S mx ff , ln. wr 1 144 f -xv 1 g X ll , "' I V 6 'emu' . fi if ff sfJ"'fTx M? A , fiioab - ' -f tgbfp EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCES GAINED THROUGH FIELD TRIPS Field trips have become important cultural and social learning experiences. During the course of the year many F.C. oups travel beyond the boundaries of the school to take part in such activities. The cheerleaders began by sending seven rls to a summer camp at West Virginia Wesleyan to learn new cheers and routines. The Ranger Band, directed by Mr. Jack roble and accompanied by the Rangerettes and the Majorettes, participated in a parade celebration held at Kennywood musement Park. fThe band and the majorettes also performed for the patients at Western State Hospital.J Members of the 'nnacle Staff spent a day at Point Park College to learn new techniques in putting together a newspaper, and the editor and -editors of the Panorama Staff went to Robert Morris College to gain ideas to produce a better yearbook. Kansas City was e site of the National FFA Convention held annually. Once again, we were well represented by Mr. Carter and his vo-ag udents. Senior high math students participated in a math contest at Califomia State College, and the Juniors gained insight nd knowledge by attending the annual College Fair at the Civic Arena. The French Department traveled to two different eas. They listened to a French rock group at Pittsburgh's Syria Mosque and took an extended visit to French Canada's histor- al cities of Montreal and Quebec. Two high school seniors, Kim Kosak and Natalie Ruschell, along with Mr. Lauff, were vited to Penn State University Park for a Science Symposium to listen to various lectures on experiments and new discover- s in the field of science. Finally. Mr. Tuma and his Rangettes and Range-Aires, for the first time in Fort Cherry history, lan to travel out of state to perform in Washington, D.C. sf J ' 1 r 1 S M I J ,I . fe 3X JR. HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL REORGANIZED usx 1 ,U For the first t1me rn srx years, a Jr Htgh Student Councrl has been reorgamzed Mr Hughey, therr sponsor, saw the need for the councrl, got them started by holdmg an electton ln mrd fall, and thmgs have been gomg at top speed ever smce The bulletm board contest at Chrtstmas and the door decorat1ng contest for sports are Just two of the school wtde events sponsored by them thus far We congratulate the new counctl and wrsh them success rn years to come can . Q u. 0 .H 2, 1 HAR I-IWI TER CLOSES CHOOL gC RTAILS ACTIVITIES gn N: 1 ,,, 533.1 I - I 4 -,- gg., ,Q Q, V E , wb ,i,F?.a+.1, 'R J Z I .- '. ' I I Rigging iw" ---Q -- 1, . its I A-4 I 47 I I . V 'A i .1 f.: af' IXSIQ ' I I , y . Q . ' I ' X "N . I fy, , ' K' ?if If A K . 1 1 an I I I If 1 I I Q, , ij :5- Q- Q: W sa' 1 .ff 1- A . V K 947 I V It , . 5 R- A,-.wx 1 l I ' ' -" x f"f' W,-.ff I I ' ,wwf A 'A ff ,p'n, """'n'-Q A I I 3 V, ,.f K. .. . ,Q - .qv V A .- 'K , ...Q- ' I. Q. .. W' 9' I Sw I " """' " - .,. , - ,,x- - ' A -' I - " . . 1 I . . . S ' v 35332: Elfqggi, v N P is .1 ,, ,-xx . I if I . " 5 Q ,df . It R J W .-I-. F -1,3 1, L', ' Q A -VI, , Q 1, 75. ' '- Iff if 3' In .T ws I 11' I . 5? 'Ulf n am ' 4 Q 3312.1 if , L ' Or- 514 -stgly , m W3 , I . ,Q I. .ck . A is alhgzj-5 :jg 'S .IV :nf .NM . . 4 1, mg 'Z .gag req? J V L M V if jig, -1 - ' ,, - g ba,-rw, ,,' 43 f' 4' . A 3 1 N . , - x Tx. , 1 Q ,' .4 ' . ' WFT, 'r E.-"Elf :si A.- ..- ' if!! ,lt 3 ,Q gi yhggi ri .1-.A . - A' Q' . ' fr .1 , .s,..',.,-L-f .2fxfwA-E333 sf.. Q. . , , . n, , . -,-"i'-fill X -1.-1, .' h Q ,. es- ? tp., -.4 N,- 4 . The beginning of 1977 found the Eastern United States facing one of the harshest winters in recorded history. For months the emperatures plunged to subzero levels and remained there. As a result of low gas supplies and increased gas usage a period of mergency followed. Schools and businesses were forced to close and unemployment rose to temporary high levels. On Janu- ry twenty-sixth, Governor Shapp ordered that all schools in Pennsylvania close for three days. However, because of the atural gas shortage. Fort Cherry schools found it necessary to remain closed through February tenth. As a result many hanges were made in the normal schedules and plans of the school district during the emergency. Hickory and Robinson lementary schools remained closed, and students who attended those schools were bused to McDonald and Midway respec- ively. From Feb. 10 to approximately the middle of March the school district operated on half day sessions starting at 10:35 .m. and dismissing at 2:40 p.m. Thermostats were set at 62 degrees, as ordered by the governor, and all cafeterias were losed. All activities and clubs fexcept varsity athleticsb were cancelled until the end of the emergency period and athletic vents were held during daylight hours only, as the high school building was closed at 6:00 p.m. each day and remained losed each weekend. To meet state requirements of one hundred eighty school days it was necessary for the school board to 1 the school calendar by adJust1ng the Easter vacation period and by adding make up days in June As a result baccalau and commencement dates were moved back. At a school board meeting, Dr. White noted that some long range plans ld have to be made to solve similar problems in future years. . , A 5 kit ' i , v-'--'xv 5 Q-., 4 wud-"" I ., Law -- sk 1, . . . . . F , , , -s 41 .U ,fc 1 pf tilt' . ...V ,z 5 ,. ly ? .v ,A ,yi U -,f fxla in-' 4 1, 1 :AFM 4,35 i s 1. 'U-'25 ni ' ' fm: o - ,Me A .f,... -. - . f , , A .1- W . . 1 a w 5 3 3 i ' i: H7 -1 E T 1 ? 5: i 152 By participating in sports, We struggle against our foes just as the farmer struggles against Weeds, insects, and disease. Through sports We build our bodies and our characters. ATHLETICS 1976-1977 RA GER VARSITY A FOOTBALL - .- L -1 Left to right, ROW 1: S. Zombeck QMGRJ, G. Jackson. T. McCartney, R. McCaffrey, J. Zombek, K. Thornton, R. McConaghy, B. Eberle, J. Maxin. Femovich, G. McConaghy CMGRJ. ROW 2: R. Toulouse CMGRJ, T. Briggs, D. Kraeer, E. Panizza, M. Soltis, B. Iohnston, I. Coleman, C. Kelly, R. Allen. 1 Alrutz, 1. Bruce, W. I..ewe1lyniMGR.l. ROW 3: S. Russell, N. Pascuzzi, S. Turk, D. Garcia, E. Soltis. J. Brown, J. Garry, R. Williamson, M. McKee, M McClements, W. Stewart, R. Seminick, D. Carlton, J. McCaffrey, W. Bruce. ROW 4: R. Johnson, M. Sember, H. Bellaire, I. Carlisle, M. Bell, M. Kellel man, K. Openbrier, J. Snatchko, S. Koraido, C. Hoffman, J. Toulouse, K. Allison, K. Bedillion. : I I H 2 1 . T V . j rs 'Township V .4 f 154 L J 'l N The Fort Cherry Varsity Football Team closed out its 1976 season with 6 victo- ries, 2 defeats, and 1 tie. The record, however, was not indicative of the team's ability as most of the play this season was electrifying. Their heartbreaking loss to Peters Township halted them in their race for the Class AA title for the third year in a row . A highlight of the season was the 21-13 victory over favored Northgate . Dave Femovich, Gary Jackson, Joe Zombek, and Kevin Thornton were picked for the Black Hills Conference team. Barry Johnston led the team in tackles with 61, followed closely by Martin Soltis, Wes Bruce. Jim Coleman, and Ed Panizza. Wil- lis Chiff led the team in scoring with '70 points followed by Barry Johnston, Gary Jackson, and Kevin Thornton. The excitement and thrills that the '76 team has provided will bring back fond memories for us the rest of our lives. Congratulations to the football team and coaches for another highly successful season. x is I , OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM LEFT: Team pushups during summer practice. BOTTOM RIGHT: Statistician Mr. King THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: Head Coach - Mr. Garry TOP CENTER: Assistant Coach - Mr. Linkesh TOP RIGHT: Assistant Coach - Mr. Antozeski BOTTOM LEFT: Assistant Coach - Mr. Tokar BOTTOM RIGHT: Assistant Coach - Mr. Johnston with Mr. Garry during a game. nv! 'ft ,if Bob Allen Jerry Alrutz ZW OFFENSE: Left to right, ROW 1: B. Johnston, D. Femovich, C. Kelly. McKee. M. Soltis, R. Allen, J. Maxin. K. Garry. ROW 2: J. Brown, Thornton, J. Zombek, G. Jackson. Tom Briggs Willis Chiff Jim Bruce Vi" '12 ki? 15? Qs L 3 f - i, Jim Coleman 355 Q wwf .Y Q 'Q L, , . Brad Eberle Dave Femovich Gary Jackson Barry Johnston 4 1 '56 U V 'Wifi- qq ,L O 91 pg, x 3 A ia ..,W A M J 5 Us f 6 , W ,H A ,rl , , Y' :Ap "' - G. , 4. . 1 xx - .2 'lyk X . . 2 S. 1 Q -KJ . .3 N, , ,Q .ixg,, 'zfi Ve x ' gf .. if ,Bl 24 ,,,+ s. V X 1 fk Q35 X , w v N . X wd .Q ,.,f3A:., .4 ,L xn M 4 A x x Q .5 , W . , , VW., Y. I-W. 'if , 8 'Q -ar W, . gt-a:,,,g .W L 2 f . ,, I . A I- 4, 5. ,N -1, :Wa f i f, .Q . nw J3 -a' .9f'A1' fr: f'mf.4+ -W af - Q FM ,Ag , ' Q ,Q Vx 1 O ' . , Q ., fs' eg' ' -84 vf 1 s fs,k 'Q i. 1. ..- 2+-M, f v -, v - ,Q 4" 'JQSAAQ-:K .x .,wx. A x 1 -,-,wx x !', .,Q f . 51 'X 2 . f. - gag. 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Despite the rain, mud, and cold weather the cross country team and Coach King had to practice and compete in. they worked their way to the best record in Fort Cherry cross country history, boasting 13 wins with only 3 losses. This fine record, a remarkable improvement over the 1 win-11 loss record the team held last year, put the Ranger runners in 11th place in the W.P.I.A.L. Bob Lucarini placed seventh in the W.P.I.A.L. qualifiers where the team placed fifth, and seventeenth in the W.P.l.A.L. reionals, where the team placed eleventh. Bob also set a new school record, running the three-mile course in 17:17 . The team placed fourth at the Fra- zier Invitational with Lucarini placing second and Scott Cook placing ninth. Since the team will lose only one runner to graduation, their hopes are high for an even better season next year. n - -N: J ,, . if . 0.1 y if 'FA :Y 95 - fe rp-0 .v ,V , . l ' f . je,-is . 'T . , H' 1 5-1 A -- As., A w. THIS PAGE TOP: Chris Hoag does a sit-up. " F UPPER LEFT: Brian Brown runs at practice. , CENTER LEFT: Team exercises before a meet. - CENTER RIGHT: Bob Lucarini concentrates. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mr. King explains the course. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM LEFT: Trophy winners Bob Lucarini and Scott Cook. BOTTOM RIGHT: Team huddle. 164 K, s in M... JZ: dl SR. HIGH CROSS COUNTRY LEFT TO RIGHT: T. Aneslis, L. Curtis. B. Brown, M. Cochran, C. Hoag. B. Lucarini, S. Cook, R. McQuillan. R. Deveaney. D. Clark, R. Herrion. 1 5 26 R 15 R , S 1:1 'T S... .S l 3. .S R R S ' . 4Q ff' TOP: Chris Hoag. CENTER LEFT: Coach Mr. King and statistici Debbie Kinser. CENTER RIGHT: Senior Rich Deveaney BOTTOM LEFT: Team huddle BOTTOM RIGHT: Chris Hoag, Mike Irwin, Bri Brown, and Scott Cook walk the course. SR. HIGH GOLF The golf team earned another successful season this year, with a record of 9 wins and only 1 loss in Section 16 play. This tied m with Trinity for the number one spot in the section. However. a disappointing 1095 to 596 loss to Trinity in the playoff for e title left them in second place, but not for long. Three F.C. golfers, Allan Danjou, Jack Kress. and Kevin Coufman came ck to win the First Annual Black Hills Conference Championship, defeating Peters Township by 2 strokes. ln the W.P.l.A.L. dividual Tournament, Jack Kress, Dave Slates, and Jim Snatchko were three of only five qualifiers from Section 16. Coach nosik and his outstanding team should be recognized and congratulated for their success. ft to right. ROW 1: D. Slates, A. Danjou. J. Kress. 1. Snatchko, K. Coufman. ROW 2: W. Hainaut. R. Sherge, D. Weidner. S. Cass. K. Bailey. M. Bonnet, Hoag. 1356 3 is , . . 1426 Trophy winners Kevin Coufman, Allan Danjou, and Jack Kress. Q x w gh x 1 ac YH , 1 x, K X 15.34,-. ,, v qi 4 'G 'Ui z -.ffl V . X ,if as Kg fl - -.ax K X f A . wg.. A fm: g Q. wig X M 3 ' A x'-zu v., , - fs K ffhsifiwf ,. N KV Q ' g K AQR65 .3 Q1 i x . -v- Q R - jigf si ' X ,Q . "i":'.'- . f' x 4 5, I fs A. R. HIGH VOLLEYBALL VARSITY TEAM: Left io right. ROW 1: M. Cole. M. Caldwell, D. Anestis. ROW 2: C. Clemons, S. walker. J. Marquis, J. Curran C Loughry ,Sax UNFPA, KOR V your SX GHQJA QQ Wim .QU Clhigg :BRT CHQ, 0 E GQ Clfbga ' O mufmu LEYBAXXQLEYBALQ I if vnLI.E'lBh1X vm JUNIOR VARSITY: BOTTOM: J. Gibson. Lefl to right, ROW 1: K. McConaghy, 1. Morrison, A. Bell, T. Parkinson. D. McCona.ghy, S. Washington. ROW 2: lv Cole. S. Banas, F. Kemp. 170 The Ranger Volleyball team served, set, and spiked their way to an outstanding 9-3 record this season. The girls worked hard for their success and didn t let 1 few disappointing losses get them down. Junior Michele Caldwell led the team in serv it-if ing, with a remarkable service of 103 points. With only one senior member leav ing, Coach Sundberg and her enthusiastic team are looking forward to another win ning season next year. Wa Burgettstown , gg Avella Immaculate Conception fi Chartiers-Houston L+ X -6. 12-15. I g Washington ' - 10jQ.3. 12-'15 waynesburg li W MN 13, 14-16, 152113 Burgettstow is Avelliw -e.,,-7,-MX f , 15-7 5 9 la IIS PAGE DP: Coach - Ms. Sundberg DP RIGHT: Jan Marquis, Michele Caldwell. Jane Curran. and Claudia ushry TTOM LEFT: Managers Donna Weber and Mary Ellen Coufman Diane Anestis SR. HIGH GIRL 7 TENN S Left to right, ROW 1: K. Kosak, B. Nicholas, M. Ashmore, P. Westlake. K. Rehak, C. Peck. ROW 2: A. Hoffman, C. Peck, R. Wirtz, T. Williams, M. McCaffrey. E. Shaffer, L. McGivern. , f r . . Z, ,-,I 5 -L s. , . ff . ,, . , , vrflf' .ZA "Jes . ' ' . - .e+r5k'1ii'- f W -- ' .Q 4, Q, f 4- ABOVE: Carla Peck takes on an opponent. RIGHT: Kim Kosak and Mary Ashmore prepare for a match. I72 The Girls' Tennis team had to contend with cold, rair weather that hampered practices and delayed matches th year. But the team pulled through with three victories in onl its second year at the Fort. We hope that as it gains experi ence the team will have better luck in its future years. 49 .V iivii55'2kf+aivv wg 1 94 9 SEV 0? ep NL Ye Xxx? fbb Y Q1 WV? on 5 9 R. HIGH ll' WOO? Uv fc, GIRL ,BASKETBA THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: Coach - Ms. Smith OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM LEFT: Managexs Susie Boyd and Stefa- nie Ragland BOTTOM RIGHT: Ms. Smith talks to the team during a time out. 174 D X 3,4 A O Q :EQ US Nl' 'S 59 S? fi? x QQ Q X AL' iv AGL VARSITY TEAM: Left to right, ROW 1: L. Slates. C. Peck, K. McConaghy, A. Bell. J. Gibson. ROW S. Brown, T. Wallace, D. Weber. C. Clemons. S. Banas. A. Pascoe. . A JUNXOR VARSITY: Left io right, ROW 1: J. Capirani. B. Eger, K. Wilson, A. Hoffman, M. Benard. RO 2: D. McConaghy, S. Podolinsky, S. Podolinsky, T. White, S. Moreau. D. Dumaret. ..5 Jw AE -J Y Q!! XR " P . iw 7 F . .ik 'x 3' N - I : 6 Q 'EE 3 I E? fi - I -fy we --"f X xt Q -gg. 13, A ,J '-qv' Q 4. 5 vue . .fc I . 'S . E1 l 2 X J as 43? 31 33m gag F' 7 7, 5 2A , C 2 Q - Q ,,3. I f, . 3-3 "3-Q -i 1' :L 'A '-go 1 , K , I v X 1.1 4 ,V I . ' - A -. F . 5 . 4, X ., ew ,J XJ A ES it mi ii my fmf MSISH 1531 A E k gr 3 ff ii!! Q13 Q Missed practices and cramped daylight game schedules due to the energy crisis left the basketball team with a season record of 4 wins-17 losses, and a record of 2- 14 in Section 12-AA. However, many of the game scores indicate that the team put forth a good offensive effort, and kept some normally high-scoring teams to a min- imum with a strong defense. Coaches Mr. Cunning and Mr. Yanosik and the team are to be commended for a fine effort during this very unusual season. 178 THIS PAGE TOP: Head Coach - Mr. Cunning TOP LEFT: Mike Bonnet jumps. CENTER RIGHT: Brian Brown shoots from the for line. BOTTOM LEFT: Keith Bailey lays one up. BOTTOM RIGHT: Stu Craig jumps for th rebound. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP LEFT: Assistant Coach - Mr. Yanosik TOP CENTER: Meade McKee shoots. TOP RIGHT: Jerry Alrutz C103 BOTTOM LEFT: Managers Frances Kemp an Robbie Dye BOTTOM RIGHT: Coach Cunning talks to th team during a time out. iso 569 '53 '56 '52 -'58 -'75 F56 " 59 if " Section N-si '76 57 68 54 1 43 ikig . A R L.. -if Qui' 0 Q 8 E. E 'a WEIGHTLIFTI G .TY .-, 1453:-' ff gwfg' 44 A-4 I I Left to right, KNEELING: M. Bell. M. Kellerman, S. Smiarowski. R. Zombeck, G. Washington, T. Moreau, R. Herriott, A. Clayton, R. Moore, M. Snatchke D. Eckles, S. Iglar, R. Jenkins. STANDING: P. Precopia, E. Panizza, R. Schlebusch, S. Turk, I. Toulouse, J. Deichler, I. Brown, G. Jackson, R. Toulouse, I Cass, M. Turk, T. McCartney, M. White. C. Lyons, C. Kelly, D. Weidner, B. Eberle, B. Johnston, R. McConaghy, J. Maxin, D. Garcia, R. McCaffrey, 1 Semenick, S. Russell, N. Pascuzzi. D. Litman, W. Stewart, R. Schlebusch, M. Gilbert, W. Bruce. I. McKay. TOP: R. Williamson. D. Powell, S. Zombecl J. Snatchko, K. Thomton, D. Femovich. The Weightlifting Club, under the direction of Mr. Johnston, meets during Activity Periods for the purpose of physical condi uonrng. Members use the Universal Gym, barbells. and other equipment and are planning on competitions and awards durin the course of the year. 182 F 3: 'n n '-'if a',' , . . ' ' -l'a,.f- ' 123, mga W we W I A I X fl' xx-W J' x I V F '2'-I I o. ' M F Q! As C . U - V f ur ' ' K Ms? 'W . v L-A44 I . f E E. Wy' W, nf? K l'i.'-'Yi ' N wx fr 1 FC. Fc .. Fc , Fc FC MF f ..--5 fu if m 'X wil 1: ' f ,Q tw , I ix? lik ' J 4 1 l X . X Q Y? x Q Q -0 Q , Q farms j H .9 ra? ..,., N. 4 qw f ,ggi just ,gfwq X The wrestlers came out of the season with an 8 win-3 loss record, a fine showing once again by F.C.'s matmen and coaches, Mr. Dellapina and Mr. Antozeski. Senior Rich Deveaney was undefeated during the season, and the team placed sec- ond in Black Hills Tournaments and Section AA Tournaments. Gary Jackson and Joe Zombek took the section title for their weight classes, with Rich Deveaney, Hoagy Gregg, and Dave Femovich placing second. Good luck to these wrestlers as they continue in the tournaments. and congratulations to the team and their coaches. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP LEFT: Rich Deveaney controlsa TOP RIGHT: Head Coach Mr. Dellapina and Assistant Coach Mr. Antozeski CENTER LEFT: Rick Williamson BOTTOM RIGHT: Managers Lee Dixon and Jeff Browett THIS PAGE TOP: Mr. Dellapina, Mark Sember, and Stan Zombeck CENTER LEFT: Scott Cook UPPER RIGHT: Joe Zombek BOTTOM LEFT: Stan Zombeck 'B if G ww' mm Gif! J' . 5 il' ' ss 2 an U. e A E1 l wa., - JP QE QQJIGQ5 ., 3, hd' QSKNGER5 ' n ,fi 1 XM Y' 1, ,A 5 A ' A .Q 1" 55. ,L I t , 1 I f is w. ff' - xsy iifjfyf fwfr x. P S '-.5 .5904-,f C fkisf 1' V 4? . 'Z P R. HIGH CHEERLEADER Left ro right. ROW 1: K. Willis, V. Zarka. D. Patrick. N. McCaffrey. 1. welsh. C. Lewis. ROW 2: D. Phillips, K. Pascoe, J. Lukan, L. Cowden. M. Shaffer. f it 1 , Sponsor - Mrs. Rawlins 188 Delair ir" 'WM r l i POSITE PAGE TTOM LEFT: Sign at a pep assembly. TTOM RIGHT: Sponsor Mrs.. Rawlins IS PAGE P: Nancy McCaffrey and Vicki Zarka QTER LEFT: Margaret Delair and Lynn Cowden P RIGHT: Squad 1 l'TOM RIGHT: Squad 2 The senior high cheerleaders, sponsored by Mrs. Rawlins, did a fine job this year, inciting new spirit in the student body for football season and adding some new dimensions to pep assemblies. Seven of the girls attended a cheerleading camp last summer at West Virginia Wesleyan College, where they qualified for competi- tion for the Award of Excellence and won several ribbons, among them "superior" and "outstanding" . The squad plans to participate in Washington County Competi- tion in the spring. Left to right: K. Pascoe. V. Zarka, M. McCaffrey. J. welsh. M. Delair. Top to bottom: L. Cowden. D. Phillips, K. Willis, C. Shaffer, C. Lewis, D. Pauick. 189 Co-Captain - Nancy McCaffrey Captain - Diane Phillips Cindy Shaffer Co-Captain - Julie welsh JR. HIGH FOOTBALL Q L0 right. ROW 1: D. Benard. J. Federoff, C. Templin, J. McKay, H. Cole, M. Snatchko, R. Moore. D. Powell, P. Kemp, E. Yuhas, K. Scott. ROW 2: 1. M. Donali, T. Grant, 4ManagersJ D. Bailey. J. Wanger, S. Dempe. A. Maga, M. Tobin. R. Fehl, M. Podolinsky. G. Kellerman, D. Torboli. ROW 3: e, I. Ballani. T. Garry. A. Clayton, E. Briggs. W. Spencer, K. Alrutz. T. Edmonds, R. Komec. D. Neal. J. Margerum. JR. HIGH GIRL BASKETBALL 't to right, ROW 1: K. Ray, L. Gilbert, D. Torboli, D. Babcock, S. Sherge. C. Bush, M. Cunis. ROW 2: K. Clemons, M. King, S. McConaghy. T. Turk. J. 'owls. C. Fasnacht, D. Gill. ROW 3: S. Bennett QMGRJ, L. Heinlein, C. While. E. Kemp, B. Wheatley, K. Babcock. C. Hampson. 191 JR. HIGH WRE Tu Left to right, ROW 1: G. McConaghy, J. Donali. D. Tokar. M. Bongiorni, T. Shaffer, J. Markovitz ,T. Johnston, R. Moore. ROW 2: H. Cole, I. Weagly, Brezinski. B. Lilman, D. Davis, T. Garry. D. Powell, J. While. I. Campbell. T A 1 N -N. Left to righl, ROW 1: B. Schwab, R. Herriou, H. Heron, G. Bordo. K. Jozwiakowski, P. Curtis. D. Dolina. ROW 2: B. Randour, Lofferl, S. Neal, J. Turk, 1 Kellerman. J. Hainaul. 1. Stanish, G. Zilich. ROW 3: D. Cole, J. Ringer, D. Jordan, 1. Margerum, M. Baker, I. Bellaire, D. Crowley, S. Dempe, E. Ullor D. Neil. J. Thomas, S. Iglar, J. Dolfi. 192 , - Jig, gr gggsswfsfxfzysiu 2 ,ax Og ,1 nc, Y X 'P s If 5 I J' ' 1 A A M K 1 ti I ' 0 'K Q I 1 ' 7 7' w w 4 X X Q3 E , I!! 1 ' ,sf 'Nt Ks TRN ss- sdiiwx X xx '51 OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Jerry Alruiz shoots. TOP LEFT: Wissy Chiff tackles. BOTTOM LEFT: Joe Zombek BOTTOM LEFT: Jim Coleman and Ed Panizza THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: Missy Cole watches as Sue Banas serves. TOP RIGHT: Wesely Bruce tackles. BOTTOM LEFT: Stu Craig jumps. X 1 X XX Q xx X QN. '7u :L xo, 'Eb . X Rss sx gs X , THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: Jody Sprowls practices her shots. TOP RIGHT: Mark Sember in control. BOTTOM: Barry Johnston kicks. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Joe Zombck receives. TOP RIGHT: Rich Deveaney struggles for the takcdown. BOTTOM LEFT: Keith Bailey reaches for a loose ball. BOTTOM RIGHT: Julie Welsh, Nancy McCaffrey. Diane Phillips, and Cindy Shaffer practice. W 196 'hahah The granary is fullg the harvest is done. All that we have learned is ours to keep - and to share. SEN IORS Qzoms Jams: f.74!QllfZ Academic Jerry College Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 1: Drama Club 1, 3, 4: International Thespian 3: French Club 1, 2, 4 CTreas. 13: Chorus 2, 3, 4 CPres. 45: Y.E.A. 2, 3, 4: Prom Comm.: Student Council 3: Magazine Comm.: Announcement Comm.: Pep Club 4: Math Club 4: National Honor Soci- ery: Panorama Staff: Cross Country 1, 2, 3 fLet- tered 1, 2, 33: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 iLettered 2, 3, 47: Intramural Basketball 4: Football 4: Jr. and Sr. Class Pres.: Jr. Class Play Comm. .XQMK Cxazfes Baigy General Keifus Success F.C.T.V. 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 1: Varsity Club 2. 3. 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Pep Club: Election '76 Comm.: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 fLettered 3, 47: Football 1, 2: Golf 4: Tennis 4: Intramural Basketball 4. A ' " :xi u . . N 200 'ur-err H DQZIZIZE .gfzffzyn 5438153 Academic Dianne College and Med. School French Club 1, 2, 3: F.H.A. 1: G.L.C. 1: Sci- ence Club 1: F.N.A. 2, 3: Y.E.A. 2, 3: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society: Penn State Acad. Talented Sr, Program: Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 4 1Lettered 2, 3, 43: Jr. Class Play Cast: Election '76 Comm. cfgwse geznzabzs Eager Business Renee Airlines G.L.C. 1: G.A.A. 2: Drama Club 1, 4: F.H.A, 2 National Honor Society: Drill Team 2, 3, 4 CCo Capt. 33: Business Club 3, 4: Literary Journal 3: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Prom Decorating Comm.: Pano rama sraff: Art Club 4 iTreas.J: Election '76 Comm Qvsmfogyn Jffazis General But Undecided Intramural Basketball 4. Qbauicfyniffefz Kyance Bazffua General D, Undecided Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Stage Band 1, 2. 3, 4: Vo-Te 2, 3: Y.E.A. 3, 4: lr. Class Play Cast: Liter. Journal 4: Tennis 1. 4 ' 'i R Bzyaiz BOIZQILJ eneral Farmer Bell Farming F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 :Reporter 2. Sec. 3, Pres. 43: Ersity Club 3. 4: Jr. Class Play Comm.: tional Honor Society: Basketball Mgr. 1, 2, 3 'ettered 2, 31: Basketball Scorekeeper 4. J II' l Q Damn li Ill! Bsuzsdssl .9 leneral Donna 1 Undecided .ibrarian 3. 4: Pinnacle Staff 3: National Honor lociety: Business Club 4: Announcement Comm. l Qfzfezie CIQEIZES Academic Val Pediatrician Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 1: F.N.A. 2, 4: National Honor Society: Election '76 Comm.: Basketball 3: Intramural Basketball 4: President's Physical Fitness Team 2. cfgofezf Cqfgilf Bduaicf General Blussick Undecided Lui lisa Bsfgzizs Business Lyman To follow the light of the moon. Drama Club 1, 4: F.H.A. 1, 2: G.A.A. 2: Sci- ence Club 2: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Business Club 3, 4: Literary Journal 3. 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Art Club 4 lVice Pres.J: Pep Club 4: Y.E.A. 4: Panorama staff: Election '76 Comm.: Bowling 1. cfavfezf 'wffam Bongiozfzi General Bob Stay out of Jail Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4fLette1'ed 2. 3. 43. fag gm Bwmaiz Academic Jan-Jan College and Stewardess Prom Decorating Comm.: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4 QSec. 2, Pres. 45: Y.E.A. 4: Drama Club 4: Panorama Staff: Pinnacle Staff 3, 4 fCo-Editor 3, 41: Election "76 Comm.: Drill Team 2: Intramu- ral Basketball 4: Jr. Class Play Cast. :S-'cfzzzfcvfta Bzowrz Academic Car Undecided Drama Club 1, 2, 3 tPres. 13: Afro-American Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1: Varsity Club 2. 3, 4: Librarian 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Election '76 Comm.: Pep Club 4 tPres.J: Student Council 4: Ir. Class Play Student Director: Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4 fLettered 2, 41: Volleyball 2, 3 fMgr. 35: Intramural Volleyball 1: Intramural Basketball 4. 202 Ufomaa fcftfa zdlqzfgbqa Academic Tom Undecided Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Drama Club 3, 4: Weightlifting 3: International Thespians: Varsity Club 4: Election '76 Comm.: Football 2, 3, 4 tLettered 47: Basketball 2, 3, 4 tLettered 3. 41: Intramural Basketball 4. Qing.: cfusfzfirz Bruce General Bubba workingman and Money Hungry Varsity Club 4: Student Council 4: Football 1. 2. 3. 4. Jeffrey .mn Bzowel-L' Academic Emergency Medical Technician Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4 CSection Leader 4, Director 41: Drama Club 3, 4: Jr. Class Comm.: Prom Decorating Comm.: Varsity 2, 3, 4: Election '76 Comm.: Wrestling Mgr. 2, 3, 4 fLettered 1. 2. 3, 41: lntemational pian. l l fM'zggifzc'a .fauna fguffez l Academic Girvini Accountant Drama Club 1: French Club 1: G.L.C. 1: F.N.A 2, 3, 4: Y.E.A. 2, 3, 4: Drill Team 2, I National Honor Society: Prom Decoratin Comm.: Comparative Religions 3: Pep Club 1 Election '76 Comm.: Intramural Basketball 4. ' Joagmz dyfauls dzpitarzi uiness Io, Capy Hairdresser :ma Club 1: Spanish Club 2: Ir. Class Play it: Business Club 4: Softball 3, 4: Basketball 4: ,amural Basketball 4. cfpolzaffcqfzffofzgy alfil N cffafzfesy azz: ademic Stush Engineer :th Club 4: Varsity Club 4: Announcement mm.: Election '76 Comm.: Weightlifting 4: lf 2, 3. 4 fLettered 43: Baseball 4. General T. Lee Undecided Drama Club 3: Prom Decorating Comm.: Base- ball 3, 4. XA. -. Q .. l . ., p A : 1 freak 64442 u'.s fauffazz Business Twiggy Secretary Afro-American Club 1, 2: Varsity Club 3: Vol- leyball 1. 2, 3 tLettered 2. 33. Zzzsy .fire dzzfsz Academic Terry Veterinarian F.F.A. 1: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Comparative Religions 1, 2, 3. 4: Y.E.A. 4: Jr. Class Play Cast 1, 3. -, .' 'i"Ei:f'1i 7i "3" - I 1 ' , gala aw General Wissy To have the best things in life Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Student Behavioral Comm. 2, 3, 4: Weightlifting 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Football 1, 2, 3, 4 CLettered 2, 3, 43. 203 bands!! Vocational Dan Vo-Tech . Undecided gdlllii 204 cfgfa cfmea Canzoni Vocational Rita Military Police Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1: Pep Club 2, 3. 4: Afro-American Club 2, 3, 4: Intramural Vol- leyball 1: Volleyball 2: Basketball 2, 3, 4 iLet- tered 2, 3, 41: Majorette 3, 4: Ir. Class Play Cast. magna G-fffm amz General Doug Electronics Technician Intramural Table Tennis 3, 4: F.C.T.V. 4. tiuepi flcfuazcf 639115.-:f General Undecided Wrestling 2 . ffgifzf 04!Lm dw! Vocational Electrician Vo-Tech 2, 3, 4: Drama Club 4. gaahicg gasp! QOPEZ neral Pat State Police seball 3, 4. l cslfuazf Stu Undecided , 3: Prom Decorating Comm.: Varsity sketball 1, 2, 3, 4 fLettered 41. mum Qa1zL'efC7ou,6rza1z General Pugs Airline Mechanic Science Club 1: Varsity Club 2. 3. 4, Weightlift- ing 3. 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Rod and Gun Club 4: Election '76 Comm.: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 4Lettered 2, 3. 435 Football 1: wrestling 1, 2, Golf 2, 3, 4 fLettered 2, 3, 43: Bowling 2. .lfabfaefgmoffgy C7u-zzifz General Mike Undecided Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. 935622. CQMM Cifwflm Business Deb Get a good paying job I like Business Club 3. 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Election '76 Comm.: Intramural Basketball 4. ffnazfgamss Cjuzfix Vocational Mark College Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2. 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Football Mgr. 2. 3, 4. ,J 5 I ijzxy aware Lbsicffez Academic Jay Marine Biologist Drama Club 3: National Honor Society: Prom Decorating Comm.: Art Club 4: Election '76 Comm.: Varsity Club 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball 3, 4. 0215115 04102 Dire General Dire Fashion Designer Drama Club 1: G.L.C. 1: Business Club 3, 4: Lit- erary Journal 3: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Prom Decorating Comm.: Art Club 4 QPres.l: Election '76 Comm.: Y.E.A. 4. 206 -- rl fjfau' Jo Qilllllkydil Business Shari Secretary Chorus 1, 2, 3: G.L.C. 1: Business Club 3. 4: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Panorama Staff: National Honor Society: Election '76 Comm.: Prom Deco- rating Comm. lfee C74!Zl2 Edison Academic Donut Be an Actor Bowling 1: Drama Club 1, 3, 4: Comparative Reli- gions 2, 3, 4: Pinnacle Staff 3. 4: Librarian 3, 4: French Club 3: Panorama Staff: Varsity Club 4: Bas- ketball Statistician 2 4Lettered 23: Wrestling Mgr. 4: Jr. Class Play Cast. cfgafb ZL!C7g!2lI2 ifbstrzansy Academic M! Undecided Varsity Club 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comn Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 QLettered 2, 3, 43: Cr Country 4 tLettered 41. 1 Earls" Ba zgaza Dbofbza Academic Barl: College French Club 1. 2, 3, 4 fVice Pres. 33: Chorus 2, 3. 4: Y.E.A. 2, 3, 4: Drama Club 2, 3, Prom Decorating Comm.: National Honor Soc ety: Math Club 4 tTreas.l: Literary Journal 4: P Club 4: Science Club 4: F.C.T.V. 4: Panorat Staff: Announcement Comm.: Election 'A Comm.: Basketball Mgr. 3. Dania! Bama ze! General Dave Undecided French Club 2: Prom Decorating Comm.: Elec- tion '76 Comm.: Baseball 2, 3. 9720 54l2l2EffE rfJrzorzcA Vocational Slinky Health Assistant to Surgical Nurse Afro-American Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2: Com- parative Religions 2: Student Council 4: Drill Team 4: Pep Club 4. 116211512 Drum Academic El Marko Supremo Geologist Drama Club 1. 3: Band 1, 2: Stage Band 1, 2: Librarian 2. 3: French Club 2, 3, 4: Comparative Religions 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3: lr. Class Play Cast: Prom Decorating Comm.: Pinnacle Staff 3: Math Club 3, 4: National Honor Society: Y.E.A. 4: County Band. qynffia Q51 Academic Cindy To work for the State Department Band 1. 2, 3, 4: Y.E.A. 2, 3, 4: French Club 2. 3. 4 tSec. 33: Comparative Religions 2. 3. 4: Majorette 3, 4 fDrum 41: Drama Club 4: Pano- rama Staff: Pep Club 4: Magazine Comm.: National Honor Society: Election '76 Comm.: Jr. Class Play Cast. 20 M gafledc' General Jeff Auto and Diesel Mechanic Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Wrestling 1: Baseball 1, 2. 3.4. Business Cindy Secretary Business Club 3, 4: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Prom Decorating Comm . 08 Academic Femo Medicine Science Club 1, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 1, 3, 4: Stage Band 1. 2: Student Council 2, 3, 4 tPres. 43: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Y.E.A. 2. 3: Weightlifting 2, 3: Prom Decorating Comm. fChairmanl: Student Behavorial Comm. 3. 4: National Honor Society: Long Range Planning Comm.: Drama Club 3, 4: Math Club 4: Pep Club 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4 tl.ettered 2, 3, 47: Wrestling 1, 4 tLettered 45: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 tLettered 2, 3. 41: Basketball 2. 3 Qlettered 35: lnuamural Basketball 4: Blacl-:hills Conference All-Star Football Team. .Qbavgdpl 16 QOL a z sy General Switchco Farming and Heavy Equipment Operator F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Election '76 Comm. gstadfbuanz gezzia General Je Truck Driver Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Drama Club 3, 4. Dsfozaf .fblymza 9041451 Business Debl Marriage and Secretary F.H.A. 1: National Honor Society: Pep Club 4: Business Club 4: Magazine Comm.: Electi '76 Comm. l 50160 .dnazie Qukfzy lneral Stewardess L Club 4: Spanish Club 4: Pep Club 4. l Annie Certified Public Accountant Club 1: Drama Club 1: Librarian 1, 2, 3: 2: Business Club 3, 4 qSec. 41: Prom Comm.: Y.E.A. 3. 4: Election '76 rama Staff: Intramural Bowling 2: Basketball 4: National Honor Society: Class Play Cast. Bam!! General Dave Go to Work Spanish Club 1. 3. 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Baseball 1. 2. 3, 4: Football Mgr. 1, 2. .Mgecca L11 game: Academic Gizmo Beautician and Fashion Designer Drama Club 1: French Club 1, 2: G.L.C. 1: Majorette 2: F.N.A. 2, 3, 4: Y.E.A. 2, 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Pinnacle Staff 3: lr. Class Play Comm.: National Honor Society: Pep Club 4: Art Club 4: Election '76 Comm.: Intra- mural Basketball 4. lludgmz glaffsrz Academic Lu Ann Registered Nurse Spanish Club 1: Vo-Tech 2: Majorette 3, 4: Pin- nacle Staff 3, 4 qliditor 45: Pep Club 3, 4 CSec. 43: Prom Decorating Comm.: Y.E.A. 4: Literary Journal 4: Homecoming Queen 4: Election '76 Comm.: Band 4 QSec. 43: Volleyball 1. gary gzssfzs .:7l7!0wa zdgzsqq Vocational t 8 Hoagy Undecided Wrestling 2, 3, 4 fLettered 2, 3, 43. givaspf, 4 I zA1f General Joe L Farmer F.F.A.1, 2, 3, 4. 2l0 Queeg guckku Business Trace To take it lite and enjoy. G.A.A. 2: Business Club 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Student Council 3: National Honor Society: Art Club 4: Pep Club 4: Drama Club 4: Panorama Staff: Election '76 Comm. sfogszt qMff2'anz Qkzzlrzann General Bob Heavy Equipment Operator F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. l Bofzzzis :Wa 16.5 guy Academic l- To go into Floristry Band 1. 2. 3: Majoretxe 2, 3: Prom Decorat Comm.: Drama Club 3, 4 CTreas. 35: Elect '76 Comm. BLK WA ur Vt x Cf2mafJ.:64'ff General R Hard Work Basketball 1: Baseball 2. 3. 4 fLettered 3, 41. C7Z2l2d dune EVDXKIZQIZ cademic Banana Medical Field lanish Club 1, 2: F.H.A. 1. 2: Comparative ligions 1, 2, 3. 4: Science Club 3. 4: Presi- nt's Physical Fitness Team 2. 3: Varsity Club 4: National Honor Society: Pep Club 3. 4: bm Decorating Comm.: Drama Club 4: Math tub 4: Panorama Staff: Student Council 4 -ec.7: Art Club 4: Intramural Basketball 4: Bas- tball 2, 3, 4 fLettered 23: Tennis 3. 4 tLet- rred 3, 45. june: 49522 eneral Heavy Equipment Operator 'eightlifting 3, 4: Wrestling 1. gdllil' lL9I2ll 091061154 Academic lan Nursing Drama Club 1: Science Club 1: F.N.A. 2, 4: FH.A. 2: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Election '76 Comm.: Pep Club 4. I ga., 5411... Ljaafaorz Academic Gary Accountant Rumor Control Comm. 1: Afro-American Club 1, 2, 3, 4 QVice-Pres. 3, Pres. 43: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Jr. Class Tteas.: Football 1. 2, 3, 4: Wres- tling 1, 2, 3. 4: Weightlifting 1, 2, 3. 4: Marine Physical Fitness 2, 3. 4: Cross Country 3, 4: Blackhills Conference All-Star Football Team. cfgzzf all Qryowzef General L Ray W ork Band 1. 2. 3: Art Club 4. Banff foam Qwgzafon Academic Bear Undecided Band 1, 2, 3 iPres. 17: Stage Band 1: Weightlift- ing 1, 2, 3. 4: Student Council 2. 3: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society: Literary Journal 3: lr. Class Vice Pres.: Prom Decorating Comm.: Drama Club 3, 4: Math Club 4: Science Club 4: Election '76 Comm.: Pep Club 4: Marine Physical Fitness 1, 2. 3, 4 fLettered 1, 2, 3, 47: Football 1, 2, 3. 4 iLettered 1, 2, 3, 45: Wres- tling 3, 4 LLettered 41: Sth Grade American Award. 44fficLz.+:f.lz6y lZ General Mike Undecided F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 7 J .syazzy lea .mffey General L Harry Heavy Equipment Operator Chorus 1, 2. 3, 4 QVice Pres. 37: Stage Band 2: Prom Decorating Comm.: Drama Club 4 tVice Pres.l: Varsity Club 4: Rod and Gun Club 4: Base- ball 2, 3. 4 fLettered 43. Jwzolni :Yue Academic Susie Airline Ticket Agent Panorama Staff: Drama Club 4: Pep Club 4: Pin- nacle Staff 4: Y.E.A. 4: Science Club 4: Chorus 4: Transfer from West Allegheny. 212 I glddfy 4012 Business Tracey Undecided F.H.A. 1, 2: Business Club 3. 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Election '76 Comm. any Gm... 1.15, Academic Ke Mining Engineer French Club 1, 2: Band 1, 2, 3: Stage Band 1, ' 3: Weightlifting 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 3. 4: P Club 3. 4: Literary Journal 3, 4: Prom Decorati Comm.: National Honor Society: Drama Club 1 Science Club 4: Election '76 Comm.: Magazir Comm.: Math Club 4 CPres.J: Marine Physicl Fitness 2, 3, 4 tLettered 3, 47: Football 3, QLettered 43: Basketball 3. 4 qLettered 3. 43. -gay . - Hills. 915:41 dlffas Kemp Business Budda Ma Certified Public Accountant Drama Club 1, 2, 3 qSec. 1: Co-Sponsor 2 F.H.A. 1: Afro-American Club 1, 2. 3, 4 tSec 43: Chorus 1: Spanish Club 1: Y.E.A. 2, 4: Var sity Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2: Busine: Club 3, 4 CVice Pres. 43: Librarian 3, 4: Prox Decorating Comm.: Election '76 Comm.: Pe Club 4: lr. Class Play Cast: Volleyball 1, 2, I Intramural Volleyball 1: Basketball 2, 3: lntra mural Bowling 2: Drill Team 4. x Lx lm. i ibsfevzaf fzlkafsff ..'ZQ'1z1sz cademic Debbie Go to College and be a Medical Technologist and 1, 2. 3 C'l'reas. 31: G.L.C. 1: French Club . 3. 4: F.C.T.V. 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 3: .E.A. 3. 4 tTreas. 45: Prom Decorating omm.: F.N.A. 3, 4 QVice Pres. 35: Varsity ub 3: National Honor Society: Math Club 4: ience Club 4: Panorama Staff: Cross Country t d Wrestling Scorekeeper 4 . .cf'W5c62zsfCZ.fffi5y .Kvcraflccf 'ocational L Jo-Jo Truck Driver L dl-Qfzzfz .ggzappsz General Nolan Go to College Band 4. Lfsmfzsmqy .mam General Dave Agriculture Band 1. 2: F.F.A. 2, 3, 4 CTreas. 3, Sentinel 49: Football 4. .gfffzzbezffy 674112 mmf Academic L Kose Engineer G.L.C. 1 CPres.5: Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4 CSection Leader 43: MODrigals 4: Science Club 1, 4: French Club 1, 3: F.N.A. 2: F.C.T.V. 2: Com- parative Rcligions 2, 3, 4: National Honor Soci- ety: Prom Decorating Comm.: Drama Club 3: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Panorama Staff QAsst. Ed.J: Student Council 4: Math Club 4: Y.E.A. 4: Cross Country 3: Tennis 4: Penn State Symposium 4. tlvflz ggaufwsu Academic John Computer Technician Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Intramural Basketball 4: Golf 1, 2, 3. 4 CLettered 2, 3, 43: Basketball 2. iff: e' A 213 SZ:-ni form .rl-fume: General T.K. Dental Assistant Chorus 1: G.L.C. 1: Librarian 1. 2: Prom Deco- rating Comm.: Pep Club 4: Art Club 4: F.N.A. 4: Announcement Comm. Kdfglgfh Jo Lay Business Kathie Secretary F.H.A. 2: Business Club 3, 4 fTreas. 43: Prom Decorating Comm.: Ir. Class Play Comm.: Election '76 Comm. 4Z?0l2l2L'E Befg .fofkzf Business "B" Travel and see the world Drama Club 1. 4: G.A.A. 2: Drill Team 2. 3, 4 CCo-Capt. 41: F.l-l.A. 2: Prom Decorating Comm.: National Honor Society: Literary Journal 3: Business Club 3, 4: Announcement Comm.: Election '76 Comm. 214 I Ur.- A :':4iQ'9f2 251251: 6515113025 Illgdfk Academic Deanie Nurse F.C.T.V. 1, 2. 3: F.N.A. 2: French Club 2, 3- Y.E.A. 3, 4: National Honor Society: Prom Deco- rating Comm.: Drama Club 3. 4 4Pres. and Student Director 33: Panorama Staff lEditorJ: Math Club 4: Pep Club 4: Volleyball 1: lntemational Thespian: Literary Journal 3. 4. dangled Lwsggn General Lt College F.F.A. 1. 2. 3, 4KRep01'ter 2, Sentinel 3, Vi: Pres. 43: Spanish Club 1, 3, 4: Varsity Club Basketball Mgr. 2, 3 fbettered 35: Baseball Football Mgr. 4. ' Academic Mache Mining Engineer Band 1, 2, 3: Drama Club 1: French Club 1. 1 Stage Band 3: Spanish Club,3. 4: National I-lont Society: Announcement Comm.: Y.E.A. 1 Football 1: Intramural Basketball 4: lr. Class Pla Cast. 4 jf' a LC zneral ag Mick Undecided J 'N Qing: ffbouigfu :ademic Maxin College eightlifting 1, 2, 3, 4: Drama Club 3: Interna- anal Thespian: National Honor Society: Varsity lub 3. 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Math Club Science Club 4: Pep Club 4: Election '76 umm.: Magazine Comm.: Intramural Basket- lll 4: Football 1, 2, 3. 4 iLettered 3, 47: Bas- :tball 4: Football 1. 2, 3, 4 1Lettered 3, 43: wnsketball 1: Hall Monitor 3. l7faffEerz 5-'us :Affairz Business Kathy Beautician and Marriage Business Club 3, 4 1Pres. 43: Prom Decorating Comm.: National Honor Society: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Office Monitor 3, 4: Election '76 Comm.: Magazine Comm.: Panorama Staff: Transfer from Avella. Jlfdlldy jam-: cMcdzjfQeLy Academic Nancy Business Administration French Club 1, 2. 4: National Honor Society: Varsity Club 3, 4: Y.E.A. 3: Chorus 3. 4 CSec. 47: Jr. Class Sec.: Prom Decorating Comm. 4ChairmanJ: Math Club 4 :Vice Pres.J: Pep Club 4: Drama Club 4: Intramural Basketball 4: Cheer- leader 3, 4 lCo-Capt. 45: Homecoming Court 4. Dad: edgczymorzdcflffaaqueffez Vocational D315 Certified Welder Vo-Tech 2, 3, 4: Rod and Gun Club 4. dgiefa ufaqfufzzw dpfeagfzy Academic icky Moe Coast Guard French Club 1, 4: Weightlifting 1, 2, 3: F.C.T.V. 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Y.E.A. 2, 3. 4: National Honor Society: Math Club 4: Pep Club 4: Science Club 4: Football 2, 3, 4 fLettered 3, 41: Wrestling 2, 3, 4 QLettered 47. Qszzgy Ls zbzsy General lrish Man A Career in the Marines Weightlifting 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2. 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Librarian 3: F.C.T.V. 4: Pep Club 4: Football 1, 3. 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 4. dabfazdfynn .fjffcgty General Mole Air Force Wrestling 1, 4: Spanish Club 1: Science Club 1: Weightlifting 3: lr. Class Play Cast: Literary Jouma13: F.F.A. 3: Chorus 4. 216 lmmzefg qffzyrze cfnccyoucf General Ken Undecided Rod and Gun Club 4: Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 3, 4. :fuzz 'ay Qmncea Jfclaczgfffn Academic Mar Registered Nurse Y.E.A. 2, 3, 4 CHistorian 3, Pres. 45:F.N.A. 2.3, 4 CVice Pres. 45: French Club 2, 3: National Honor Society: F.C.T.V. 3: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Major- ette 4: Drama Club 4: Math Club 4: Election '76 Comm. cfgzymofzff cfffcflz uf c4ffcaw1za9Q Z. General kj Mahogo Work Science Club 1, 4: Spanish Club 1: Weightlifti 2, 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Magazi Comm.: Math Club 4: Pep Club 4: Varsity Cl 4: Rod and Gun Club: Football 1, 3, 4 QLettei 45: Golf 2: Marine Physical Fitness 2, 3, 4 QL: tered 45: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Hall Monitor 3 :Vuuuz ffgbzg dyfsegazz Academic St Medical Technology Drama Club 1, 3. 4 QSec. 3. 45: Chorus 1, 2, 4 LTreas. 45: French Club 2: Y.E.A. 2, 3, 1Sec. 45: F.C.T.V. 2, 3: F.N.A. 2: Mascot Prom Decorating Comm.: Varsity Club 3: I Class Sec.: Math Club 4: National Honor Socie Magazine Comm.: Announcement Comm.: S1 ence Club 4: Panorama Staff QAsst. Ed.5: Class Play Comm.: Sth Grade American Legi Award. Lnmza .Qlllliffg zcclsz ,tsiness Lonna Secretary and 1. 2. 3, 4: F.N.A. 2: Majorette 8, 4: .E.A. 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Business 'lub 3, 4: Literary Journal 4: Panorama Staff: iection '76 Comm. .:!QcAb zd zf cf 25012 lusiness Duck Electrician r. Class Play Cast. f -M0622 z4f6"Z"fLZ'fl2fa,47 Academic Walt Go to Trade School Chorus 2, 3, 4: Drama Club 2, 4: Rod and Gun Club 4: Basketball 1. flwfganz Dgfflkifz Academic Bill Become a Minister Science Club 1: Spanish Club 1: Vo-Tech 2, 3: Comparative Religions 2, 3, 4: Y.E.A. 2, 3. 4: Chorus 2. 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: F.C.T.V. 3, 4: Jr. Class Play Cast: Panorama Staff: District Chorus 4: County Chorus 4: MODri- gals 4: Literary Journal 4: Tennis 3, 4. Q3l'CZl!l2Cl .5-'lfcfbvffza General Nin Get Married F.F.A. 3, 4 qReporter 45: Pinnacle Staff 3, 4: Literary Journal fcftfa Z6!547L'C6hS!JgDdI2fZZd Academic Deed Undecided Weightlifting 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2. 3, 4: Intramural Table Tennis 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Intramural Basketball 4: Football 1, 2. 3, 4 CLettered 2, 3, 43. X 21 7 :Erie zf f2zzf.'7Da 156.1011 General Parky Electrician and Marriage Prom Decorating Comm. 62150115 925.5 Academic Speck Business Administrator G.L.C. 1: Drama Club 1: Chorus 1, 2. 3, 4: French Club 1 1Sec.J: Comparative Religions 2. 3, 4: National Honor Society: Varsity Club 3. 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Panorama Staff: Pep Club 4: Math Club 4: Magazine Comm.: Home- coming Court 4: Student Council 4: Sr. Class Treas.: Intramural Basketball 4: Tennis 3, 4 tLettered 3, 43. 218 .0411 sy cfiflazia .qqzicos Business Amy Undecided Varsity Club 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4 CLettered 3, 41: Softball 3, 4 QLettered 35: Volleyball Mgr. 3: Intramural Basketball 4. DLZIZE lads Academic Diane College Chorus 1, 2, 3 CVice Pres. 31: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 tCapt. 45: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2: National Honor Society: Y.E.A. 3: Prom Decorating Comm.: lr. Class Play Comm.: Pep Club 4: Home- coming Court 4: Panorama Staff: Drama Club 4: Sci- ence Club 4: Election '76 Comm.: Math Club 4. gzacgy ggrzrz .qjazcos Academic Tran' Nurse Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 QSection Leader 3, 43: Compa' ative Religions 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 1, 3: Sc: ence Club 1. 4: G.L.C. 1: F.N.A. 2: Dran' Club 3. 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Jr. Cla Play Comm.: Panorama Staff tAsst. Ed. National Honor Society: Y.E.A. 4: Math Club Election '76 Comm.: MODrigals 4: Penn Sta Scholars Program 3. cigar? Gqfzfzz l Academic Sherri College l French Club 1, 2, 3 iTreas. 33: Drama Club I G.L.C. 1: Student Council 2: Y.E.A. 2, 3. F.H.A. 2: Majorette 2, 3, 4: Pinnacle Staff 3 4: National Honor Society: Prom Decoratin Comm.: Math Club 4: Election '76 Comm.: Pe Club 4 lVice Pres. J: Homecoming Court 4: intra: mural Basketball 4: Jr. Class Play Comm. 3 fllfzyls Oqfzffozzy .'7D6Jiff2Q64 ademic Wayde Air Force lence Club 1, 2: French Club 1, 2, 3 fTreas. Weightlifting 2: Bowling 2: Drama Club 3, 4: m Decorating Comm.: F.F.A. 4: Election '76 m. QSM flkfz Cf? ffm! :iness ag Boxy Loxy Certified Public Accountant ima Club 1. 2, 3 4Treas. 1, Co-Sponsor 23: 'o-American Club 1, 2. 3, 4 CTreas. 41: .A. 1: Y.E.A. 2, 3. 4: Intramural Bowling om Decorating Comm.: Librarian 3, 4: Busi- s Club 4: Announcement Comm.: Election '76 mm.: Intramural Volleyball 1: Drill Team 2, '4 qBus. Mgr. 45: Intramural Basketball 4: Jr. rss Play Cast. Jafzg CPZZIZ gDocf1!2'l2116iy Business Sally Accountant Business Club 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Varsity Club 4: Panorama Staff: Basketball 2, 3. 4: Volleyball Mgr. 3: Jr. Class Play Comm. dzzzis gyms clgafubuz Business Bubbles Get Married or Secretarial Work Chorus 2: Business Club 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Drama Club 3: National Honor Society: lr. Class Play Comm.: Pinnacle Staff 4: Pano- rama Staff: Election '76 Comm. Clfstgfogfzfz Queen' Business Quezy Go to P. C. A . G.L.C. 1: Librarian 2, 3, 4: Drama Club 3: Busi- ness Club 4: Pinnacle Staff 4. Vocational Dingo Get a job and make some money Chonrs 1: Drama Club 1: Vo-Tech 2, 3, 4: Jr. Class Play Cast. 219 Da zicz f lzfzs .9 General Daria Medical Secretary A4ZfdAI'E :jffazis fuxgsff Academic Nat Orthodontist G.L.C. 1: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 1, 3: Science Club 1, 4: F.N.A. 2: F.C.T.V. 2: Comparative Religions 2, 3, 4: Literary Journal 3: National Honor Society: Prom Decorating Comm.: Drama Club 3, 4: lr. Class Play Comm.: Panorama Staff tAsst. Ed.J: Student Council 4: Math Club 4: Y.E.A. 4: MODrigals 4: Cross Country 3: International Thespian: Presi- dent's Physical Fitness Team: Penn State Sympo- sium 4 . 220 mu! form -ff?0lIlS.1fdlZ Business Twig Secretarial Work and Get Married F.H.A. 1, 2, 3: Business Club 3, 4: Prom Deco- rating Comm.: Drill Team 3: Election '76 Comm. 0'Z'fL'c67asfcZJ1api cgxafzrifz L' General Mike Farmer F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 6254412 lynn clguzfaa Academic Airline Reservationist French Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Comparative Reli 1, 2, 3, 4: Y.E.A. 2, 3, 4: Pinnacle Staff Jr. Class Play Comm.: Pep Club 4: Science 4: Librarian 4: Magazine Comm.: Panor, Staff: National Honor Society. I j ,Xa X . ' QI!! x jaspf Decent Job National Honor Society: Industrial Arts 2, 3, Varsity Club 3, 4: F.F.A. 3, 4: Rod and 1 Club 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4 CLettered 3, 4l: Weig lifting 3, 4: Intramurals 2. 4 General 3 f K famame cgiafnziaf Jcational Smitty Work in the Coal Mine F.A. 1: Football 2: Vo-Tech 2, 3, 4. 95116070505 cggohk eneral Terri Further Education panish Club 1: F.H.A. 1, 3: Drill Team 3: Jr. ass Play Comm.: Pinnacle Staff 3, 4 flixchange . 4l: Y.E.A. 4: Drama Club 4: Business Club F.N.A. 4: Intramural Basketball 4. aqfficfsfe aqffa tis fzgeflza z z Academic Michele Reservationist French Club 1, 2, 3, 4: F.N.A. 2, 3, 4 QPres. 45: Drill Team 2.3,41Capt. 41: Y.E.A. 3, 4: Pinnacle Staff 3, 4: lr. Class Play Comm.: Sci- ence Club 4: Panorama Staff: Drama Club 4: Librarian 4: National Honor Society: Pep Club 4. .WIMYEEIZ fglll Jgullzagaz Business Kath Secretary Drama Club 1: G.L.C. 1: F.l-l.A. 2: Business Club 3, 4: National Honor Society: Majorette 3, 4 :Head 43: Prom Decorating Comm.: Y.E.A. 4: Homecoming Court 4: Literary Journal 4: Elec- tion '76 Comm.: Volleyball 1. .lim csfa sz 5' Academic Cin Undecided French Club 1, 2: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: G.L.C. 1: Cheerleader 2. 3, 4: Varsity Club 2. 3, 4: National Honor Society: Prom Decorating Comm.: Drama Club 4 fTreas.J: Math Club 4: Y.E.A. 4: Pep Club 4: Panorama Staff: Intramu- ral Basketball 4. q44ff2am .cgflzzullza General Box Man Get a Good Job Weightlifting 3, 4. 221 Dawkf fynzkyzze as-Aziz: Academic Slaterbugs Computer Technologist Band 1, 2. 3, 4 fPres. 43: Stage Band 2: Varsity Club 2. 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Election '76 Comm.: Announcement Comm.: Homecom- ing Escort 4: Cross Country 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 CLettered 31: Golf 2. 3, 4 QLettered 2, 3. 4 J: Jr. Class Play Comm. :Affa 'dbz james .cs-vofiis Vocational Marty Undecided Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Librarian 3: Rod and Gun Club 4: Magazine Comm.: Drama Club 4: Vo-Tech 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4 QLettered 3, 47: Weightlifting 1, 2, 3, 4. 222 Bsffy Jazz: csxfzafcfgo Vocational Betty Undecided Vo-Tech 2, 3, 4: Magazine Comm.: Softball 3, 4 lLettered 31. lima its Jmpgf Business Linda Business Manager Jr. Class Play Comm.: Business Club 4. james JHQQAZO General Snat Pro Baseball and Travel Varsity Club 2, 3. 4: Prom Decorating Com Election '76 Comm.: Announcement Com Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 tl.ettered 2, 3. 45: Physical F ness Team 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 qLettered 3, 43: Wrestling 2: Basketball 4. -...I Q Sze-try lies i General Che To be a singer and writer for Christ Drama Club 1: Spanish Club 1, 2: Chorus 3, qSection Leader 49: Comparative Religions 3. Literary Journal 3, 4: Art Club 4: Pinnacle Sta 4: MODrigals 4: Panorama Staff: lr. Class Plz Cast. ' .Kevin gfozxzfoiz :ademic Kevin College and Football lro-American Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1: ,lsity Club 2. 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3. 4: Prom ,corating Comm.: Weightlifting 2, 3, 4: Elec- tn '76 Comm.: Announcement Comm.: Sr. lass Vice Pres.: Magazine Comm.: Football 1, 53, 4 CLettered 3, 45: Basketball 1. 2. 4 fbet- Led 2. 45: Baseball 1: Intramural Basketball 4: ck Hills Conference All-Star Football Team. an As 310 ec! .9 :neral Gun Smith dgvgszf Ggfazz goufguas General Loose Steel worker Prom Decorating Comm.: Election '76 Comm.: Football Mgr. 1, 2, 3, 4. Mficfaef fMQy1ze Daz! Academic Tork, Turkey Pipefitter Comparative Religions 2, 3, 4: Weightlifting 2, 3, 4: Drama Club 4: Rod and Gun Club 4: Basket- ball 1. 2, 3: Baseball 4. A-'UJKZIZ .125 Zullldy Academic Torn Become a Journalist Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4: G.L.C. 1: Comparative Reli- gions 2. 3, 4: Pinnacle Staff 3, 4: Y.E.A. 3, 4: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Panorama Staff QAsst. Ed.J: MODrigals 4: National Honor Society: Lit- erary Journal 4: County Chorus 4. rzlffzmz General Pete Farmer F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 223 gang q7Q5A,t'lZ9f0ll Vocational Elmo Machinist Weightlifting 2. 3. 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Drama Club 3. 4: Librarian 3: Wrestling 1. 4. Jake Exif Academic Julie Get my C.P. A . Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 4Section Leader 3, Pres. 43: G.L.C. 1: Varsity Club 2. 3. 4: Y.E.A. 2, 3: Comparative Religions 2. 3, 4: National Honor Society: French Club 3 qPres.J: Pep Club 3. 4: Election '76 Comm.: Volleyball 1: Cheerleader 2, 3. 4 tLettered 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 43: Intramu- ral Basketball 4: Presidents Physical Fitness Team 1. 2. at L , 224 QOIZIZLZ cfwfas Academic Toni Mathematician Band 1. 2. 3, 4: Stage Band 1, 2. 3, 4: G.L.C. 1: Y.E.A. 2, 3. 4: Varsity Club 2. 3, 4: Com- parative Religions 2. 3. 4: National Honor Soci- ety: Announcement Comm.: Election '76 Comm.: Basketball 2. 3, 4 fbettered 2. 3, 43: Softball 3, 4 lLettered 3. 47: Ir. Class Play Cast. jngrz laz.1gaffKM4,if5 Academic Marshall Physician French Club 1, 4: Band 1, 2, 3: Weightlifting 2, 3: Y.E.A. 2. 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm.: Student Council 3, 4 tVice Pres. 43: Student Behavioral Comm.: National Honor Society: Jr. Class Play Comm.: Drama Club 3, 4 QPres. 47: Math Club 3, 4: Homecoming Escort 4: Marine Physical Fitness 2: International Thespian. Qdtidimly fwfsicbzsz Academic Dax Engineer Drama Club 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm National Honor Society: Weightlifting 3. 4: Mat Club 4: Varsity Club 4: Election '76 Comm Golf 2, 3, 4 lLettered 41: Baseball 2, 3, 4 llsel tered 41: Intramural Basketball 4, ' Zami! qfWfitt'1z9 General Own my own Business Afro-American Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Varsity Club 1 4: Football 1: Wrestling 1. 2. X , i josffa owns fzufssy ademic Io Nursing School then Get Married .ma Club 1: F.H.A. 1: Vo-Tech 2: Prom Dec- ting Comm.: Pep Club 3. 4: Business Club 4: ction '76 Comm.: Y.E.A. 4: Intramural Bas- ball 4. gnupg GQQIQ2 .Zuizzgafg .ademic Joe College ience Club 1: Spanish Club 1, 2: Varsity Club 3. 4: Pep Club 4: Football 1. 2. 3, 4fLelte1'v:d 2, 3. 43: Wrestling 1. 2, 3, 4 QLettered 1. 2, 47: Black Hills Conference All-Star Football ram. lic cqafzafza QZQIZCEIZE Academic Sandy Certified Public Accountant Afro-American Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Drama Club 3: Prom Decorating Comm.: Pep Club 4: Election '76 Comm.: Magazine Comm. lChairmanJ: Pin- nacle Staff 4: Panorama Staff: National Honor Society: Jr. Class Play Comm. Lfibgtgie lv Qlvaygefzouz Business K L Peggie Peggie ' Undecided Chorus 1, 2: Librarian 2: Business Club 4. 3lIZOfAq fzzayllf ryukar Academic K L Tim Undecided Basketball 1, 2: Drama Club 4. .IZVMQ 6"1",d1L'E fjanzufffzas Academic Linda Computer Technician G.L.C. 1: Chorus 1: Comparative Religions 2, 3: Ir. Class Play Comm.: Drama Club 3, 4: Prom Decorating Comm. 225 " 4 .-if , , rig ' lf , ' .'. ' y'-3 ff: ,V hire' Q" X .?"aWv.s-'QQ ,,.L f,. xw.'f2g,, if N C 4 CC I A if ,752 5 i' mmm gm .mm C b an 5 Academic Bozo Computer Technician ' G.L.C. 1: F.N.A. 2: Ir. Clas Play Comm.: Prom Decorating Comm.: Drama Club 4. K I ,A. 35' A Dr. Charles M. Hu he Award "Leadership, high moral standards, athletic ability, and scholastic achieve- ment. " These are the qualifications that the Fort Cherry High School faculty look for when presenting the Dr. Charles M. Hughey Award. This year's recipient, David Weidner, fulfills each qualification. David has shown his leadership by working his way to becoming the first Eagle Scout in his home town. Over the past three years, he participated in golf and baseball, lettering in both. He was also an active member of Weightlifting, Drama Club, Math Club, and Varsity Club. David shows his scholastic achievement by holding a high position in the class and being a member of the National Honor Society. Congratulations and Good Luck! Bausch S1 Lomb Science Award This year, Fort Cherry's science teachers chose Natalie Ruschell to be the recipient of the annual Bausch St Lomb Science Award. Every year this award is presented to the grad- uating senior chosen to be the best science student. Natalie is a dependable and hard working student and has held many responsible positions on the Prom Decorating Com- mittee, Student Council, and Jr. Class Play Committee. We of the Panorama Staff are also grateful to her for all the time she gave to the '77 yearbook. Besides these, Natalie is also an officer of the National Honor Society, a member of the Drama Club, Chorus, and Science Club. Above all, she maintains a consistent high grade point average. Our congratulations to Natalie for receiving this award . D.A.R. Award Cynthia Eger was chosen by the Senior Class to receive the Daughters of Ameri- can Revolution Award based on the qualities of character, dependability, service, and patriotism. Despite her many and varied activities, from drum majorette to Election '76 committee, she has maintained a high grade point average during her high school career. Cindy's faith in God, shown through her vibrant smile and con- cern for her fellow students, has set an example to all of us. Her future plans are to attend college, major in Political Science, and evenutally work for the State Department. With her determination and personality, she is sure to have a bright future . American Legion Auxiliar Award The 1977 American Legion Auxiliary Award was presented to Kimberly Kosak. Kim was selected, by a vote from the Senior Class, which based the award on her service, honor, scholarship, leadership, Americanism, moral courage, and good citizenship. Much of her time was devoted to the Panorama , however she still found the energy for Student Council, Chorus, and other activities, and maintaining a 4.AO grade point average. Kim plans to attend the University of Pittsburgh next year to prepare for a career in engineering. While a Senior she was a representative at the Penn State Science Symposium. We join in wishing Kim success in the future. guid- V 4 1 I 1 I I. J' I ll QLA, I mv" ' 'T M ,f'i!,1i Only generations to come can write this closing. We can only have the pleasure of knowing that we have done our Work for now. CLOSING Then a ploughman said , Speak to us of Work. And he answered, saying: You work that you may keep pace with the earth and the soul of the earth. For to be idle is to become a stranger unto the seasons, and to step out of life's procession, that marches in majesty and proud submission towards the infinite. When you work you are a flute through whose heart the whispering of the hours turns to music. Which of you would be a reed , dumb and silent, when all else sings together in unison? .gym sf: S, 41- 2: -f 9 l,f' A lg: - .lf ff ' Vt 1-O .,,-,,4..-3-iv V, A. ' zu. :A . i , s 4- 15 - as-.. .s f : , ls P 4. 4 gl, V l , Q: 2.44, it ' , , i 3 k,,r it , ' 4 .Eff if Q55 X . all i J 2- y Q W -li Always you have been told that work is a curse and labor a misfortune. But I say to you that when you work you fulfill a part of earth's furthest dreams assigned to you when the dream was born. And in keeping yourself with labor you are in truth loving life, And to love life through labor is to be intimate with life's inmost secret. J A.: Y -1 E 237 I W But if you in your pain call birth an affliction and the support of the flesh a curse written upon your brow, then I answer that naught but the sweat of your brow shall wash away that which is written. . 5...- 'iis ' , . ,, K-, Q ,VL 'V'A '. ff 'gq,'g1-,Zfxi,i"- r ' ' Q " 1 "N,s.. 9' "if gl' ': -14: ' if ff is R-mf X HQ- , wr:- ' gf- 'M-5 ,wg .53 i Q SVN' ' ff-'A -'.,Z4v"f'-" 'Y' ' , 1 " I 5, af W .. U, 1- r- T You have been told also that life is darkness, and in your weariness you echo what was said by the weary And I say that life is indeed darkness save when there is urge, And all urge is blind save when there is knowledge, And all knowledge is vain save when there is work, And all work is empty save when there is loveg And when you work with love you bind yourself to yourself, and to one another, and to God. Q vsx ,ffl .hw gf ,I ' A .. Z N: o'n I' ,Q , xl 1 .L . Q, ,va 5411 ' v ur, I A gl , , 1, R-.v vijiggifjg ,455 "W WA' , vi w,f-mfs L ', .6 1 4 1,3 I ,Q ,Arla-Agnb . ' ' ' 2 - 9. s :- 3 1 " in 'x i. N3 - Aix, W x l E'f53l'Vk"".' uw- I ' X ya, A .-' C 41V Lp, A , .. A ft ,a Vx 1, xg , ,ll ,AW . ll, K . ,ip A 3,1 t 5. A 1335, ' ' ,,,,,a.-at Z A M utr- so 'Elf as a , --a.st.,..r,4m. ,L l --., . . -w--Q-......, 40 .J And what is it to work with love? It is to weave the cloth with threads drawn from your heart, even as if your beloved were to wear that cloth. It is to build a house with affection, even as if your beloved were to dwell in that house. It is to sow seeds with tenderness and reap the harvest with joy , even as if your beloved were to eat the fruit. It is to charge all things you fashion with a breath of your own spirit, And to know that all the blessed dead are standing about you and watching. Ls ta 'vi Often have I heard you say, as if speaking in sleep, "He who works in marble, and finds the shape of his own soul in the stone, is nobler than he who ploughs the soil. And he who seizes the rainbow to lay it on a cloth in the likeness of man, is more than he who makes the sandals for our feet." But I say, not in sleep but in the over wakefulness of noontide, that the wind speaks not more sweetly to the giant oaks than to the least of all the blades of grass: And he alone is great who turns the voice of the wind into a song made sweeter by his own loving. ,K , 1 ,runs t 'W . g 5. is ,bis ,3- f I 9 5 All s. sy in 1' ,.x f' X x 9 Work is love made visible. And if you cannot work with love but only with distaste, it is better that you should leave your work and sit at the gate of the temple and take alms of those who work with joy . For if you bake bread with indifference, you bake a bitter bread that feeds but half man's hunger. And if you grudge the crushing of the grapes, your grudge distills a poison in the wine. And if you sing though as angels, and love not the singing, you muffle man's ears to the voices of the day and the voices of the night. "On Work. " Reprinted from THE PROPHET by Kahlil Gibran, by permission of Alfred A. Knopf. Inc. , copyright 1951 by Administrators of C.T.A. of Kahlil Gibran Estate. and Mary G. Gibran. 9 , ef 'f s Q Axel. .X r Q Q g, ir.-Fx. 'nt F. -Xvw i'XsxQf.- YQ. ext. , . lb, 'X 'gg t xp p N Q. up M . f . Q . 3. a are-. -'F' 243 Hlfsiikfwfsifw SWWQjWMv0w 1 WWW YQQH mm 6' 'T0. Blarket ADVERTISERS 4 r 14 5- . , 9" Complimenis of MCDONALD VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT HICKORY FEED MILL Hickory, PA Gcvuuin YI JEEP . 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Barb, Jon, and Cindy Paul and Therese Dott CB Wholesale Tire Terri and Mark, Kathy and Bob - forever Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bell Sr. High Champs "Morrison's Mad Dogs" '77 H.R. 265 The Barkhurst Family and Bon and Richard Dana - '79 Jerry Gaul Kevin, Tim, Shawn, and Linda Garry Vicki Daddario Mr. and Mrs. John Lugaila Deb. Thanks for Everything To Kenny from Lisa Mr. and Mrs. Dale Pascoe Marshall White Loves Karen Kephart 4-ever Kim, Nat, and Tracy Mr. and Mrs. Alfred G. Quevi and Family Margaret and Barry Suzi and Jerry B . I . O . Y . A . John and Fern Gedman - and Family Cary and Andrea f ...Q ,, - ,us , , ,f ff., ll W v,,,,,s,.,. t -sr.-L+, s 5. . ,.iX.5w,i'in .r ' .,,., if f , 1 ,. x I, 5 ' Y A Jerry Runtas Mr. and Mrs. Morrison and Family Marlene and Jerry Runtas Ellen, Patty, Shelley, Cheryl, Suzettey, '79 Paul, Ada Podolinsky and family Spunkie, Sweetie, Kandy Floss, Green thumb Lonny, Patty, Lonna and Todd Spunkie , Luke, Green Machine and T.W. Mr. Fi1osi's favorite Nuc. Science Class, 4 pd. Carolyn, Janine, Rocky, Robyn, Sue Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tournay and Family 262 li I ii' Chuck and Mick Mr. and Mrs. Richard Phillips and Patty Lin dingy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Main Mr. and Mrs. I . Williamson and Daughters From the two of Us, To the two of You Bill, Barb, Patrick and Theresa Felton Howard Felton - School Director 1945-1975 6 C 5 Si A p N, .Q From me to You, with Love The best of '77, Lorri, Trace, and Renee Becky, Susan, T.K. , and Linda - 3rd per. shop Peggy, Jamie, Lorie, Karen, Joni, and Ella Raymond M. + Angela P. The Treacherous Trio - Harry, Ray, and Walt "77" Compliments of Mr. Richard G. Noll and Newspaper Staff Scott and Tammy "The Pizza Hut Supremes" "KUZ" the twit Good-bye and Good Luck from the people who brought you this yearbook. Deanie, Tracy, Suzi, Kim, Nat, Susan, Bill, Cindy, and Carla. Mr. and Mrs. Lusi, Felix, and Mary Ellen Allen, Yogi: 125, 127, 128, 156 Alrutz, Jerry: 156, 179, 180, 181, 194, 200 Anestis, Dianne: 119, 123, 171, 200, 231 Arbogast, Gwen: 200 Bailey, Keith: 140. 168, 178. 180, 197, 200 Baker, Renee: 62, 96, 98, 102, 112, 200 Barkhurst, David: 68, 108, 109, 118 200 Bell, Bryan: 58, 102, 103, 122, 146, 201 Bell, Valerie: 61, 119, 123, 124, 127, 201 SENIOR INDEX Bellaire, Lorri: 96, 103, 117, 201, 241, 253 Bernesser, Donna: 102, 112, 120, 201, 231 Blussick, Bob: 201, 241 Bongiorni, Bob: 201 Brezinski, Jan: 12, 69, 96, 102, 202, 263 Briggs, Tom: 109, 125, 128, 156, 180, 202 Browett, Jeff: 68, 102, 104, 105, 184 202 Brown. Scharlotta: 100, 124, 125, 127, 175, 202 Bruce, Jim: 157, 202 Butler, Virginia: 119, 123, 202 Capitani, Joann: 120, 175, 203 Carter, Ron: 203 Carter, Terry: 60, 64, 68, 118, 124, 203 Cass. Joe Cass, Stanley: 60, 102, 128, 168, 203, 231 Cauthen, Linda: 203 Chiff, Willis: 157, 162, 163, 194, 203, 246 Clark, Danny: 67, 128, 140, 204 Clemons, Rita: 103, 108, 109, 111, 204, 239 Cogniet, Joe: 99, 204, 231 Coleman, Jim: 157, 194, 204 Cook, Doug: 204, 263 Cook, Robert: 204 Cooper, Pat: 205 Coufman, Kevin: 68, 99, 167, 168, 186, 205 Cowden, Debbie: 120, 205 Craig, Stuart: 178, 180, 181, 195. 205, 251 Currin, Mike: 205 E Curtis, Mark: 66, 67, 205, 239 Deichler, Jay: 98, 103, 119, 206 Demnyan, Shari: 62, 96, 119, 120, 123, 206 Deveany, Rich: 145, 166, 184, 186, 197, 206 Dire. Jerri: 98, 206 Dixon, Lee: 96, 112, 117, 124, 184, 206 Dolina, Barb: 96, 102, 103, 104, 206 243 Donaldson, Tim: 207 Dumaret, Dave: 207 Dunn, Mark: 60, 64, 69, 119, 121, 207 Eberle, Brad: 65, 102, 103, 119, 158, 207 Edmonds, Gina: 66, 67, 112, 207, 232, 239 Eger. Cindy: 16, 68, 72, 110, 207, 229 Falsetti, Jeff: 128, 208 Femovich, Dave: 13, 144, 158, 184, 186, 208 Ferris, Jerry: 105, 109, 126, 208 Fischer, Cindy: 117, 120, 208 Foley, Dave: 122, 208 Foster, Debbie: 102, 119, 120, 208 Friday, Susan: 98, 127, 123, 209 Gallo, Dave: 209 Gatten, LuAnn: 69, 108, 109, 110, 140, 209 Gedman, Andrea: 62, 102, 120, 209, 232 Gema, Becky: 209 Goughenour, Peggy: 225 Greene, Gary: 209 Gregg, Hoagie: 67, 128, 140, 186, 210 Guidos, Tracey: 17, 96, 98, 102, 210 Guy, Bonnie: 65, 111, 210 Herbst, Joseph: 59, 146, 210, 240 Hermann, Robert: 210 Hill, Ron: 210 Hoffman, Anna: 16, 96, 100, 173, 176, 211 Holmes, Janet: 65, 211 Hormel, Ray: 98, 211 Iglar, Jim: 211 Jackson, Gary: 125, 144, 157, 162, 189, 211 Jenkins, Jim: 124 Johnston, Barry: 65, 157, 163, 183, 196, 211 Jordan, Mike: 122, 212, 239 Kelley, Harry: 103, 105, 107, 121, 126, 212 Kelly, Craig: 65, 69, 102, 118, 159, 212 Kelly 212 Kelly Kemp. 124 Naomi: 12, 69, 96, 104, 116, Tracy: 62, 120, 212 Freda: 62. 103, 112, 120, 212 Maga, Mike: 215, 263 Main. 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Mike: 213, 231 Kraeer, Dave: 59, 122, 146, 159. 213, 263 Kress, John: 121, 167, 169, 213 Kumer, Terri: 98, 123, 214 Lauff, Kathy: 118, -20, 214 Lewellyn, Bill: 58, 122, 127, 214, 239 Loffert, Bonnie: 16, 68, 102, 112. 117, 214 Lugaila, Denise: 96. 117. 118, 119, 214, 231 Machek, Dan: 68, 69, 102, 118, 214 237 McCaffrey Nancy: 140, 189, 190, 197, 215. 238 McCaffrey Rich: 61, 64, 68, 159, 187, 215 McCartney, Terry: 160, 162, 216 McCloud, Ken: 99, 216 McConaghy, Ray: 99, 102, 103, 160, 216. 237 McCoy, Rich: 68, 104. 216 McLaughlin, Mary: 108, 111. 216, 236 . 239 McMillan, Sam Meehan, Suzi: 96, 101, -102, 103, 216 Mercier, Lonna: 63, 96, 108, 109, 111. 217 Michalak, Walt: 99, 103, 217 Nicholas, Diane: 122, 217 Nickerson, Rich: 217 Openbrier, Bill: 96, 104, 107, 117, 217 Panizza, Ed: 69, 128, 160, 194, 217 263 Parkinson, Bob: 140, 218 Pascoe, Amy: 176, 218 Pascoe, Tracy: 96, 103, 104, 107, 218 Peck, Carla: 96, 101, 140, 172, 173 218 Phillips, Diane: 140, 189, 190, 197, 238, 243 Phillips, Sherry: 65, 110, 141, 147, 218, 242 Phillips, Wayde: 121, 219, 237 Podolinsky, Sally: 96, 120, 176, 219 I Quevi, Cheryl: 124, 219 Ragland, Dru: 112, 125, 219 Randour, Carrie: 69, 96, 119, 146, 219 Ransil, Rick: 66, 219 Richell, Daria: 220 Romestan, Terri: 120, 220 Runtas, Chris: 69, 96, 102, 111, 220, 264. 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