Fort Hunt High School - Fortress Yearbook (Alexandria, VA)

 - Class of 1965

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■ •J A}f ' ,i -v the fortress Fort Hunt High School Fairfax County, Virginia Vol. II 1965 No man can feel himself alone The while he bravely stands Between the best friends ever known His two good, honest hands. Nixon Waterman New seed was sown . . . from it grew a fort as alive as the heartbeat of her student body with powerful foundations of scholarship, ingenuity, leadership, talents, and integrity. 2 The fort vibrates with the groping hands of the learner, led by the helping hands of the teacher, each striving for his goal. : :U » « i „ ’ hr ' , ;SjS2 S wii 3 Illuminated by inspiration, new ideas flood through the fort and dissolve in the flow of scholars producing leaders as yet not honored. Then silence fills this mass of stone as it awaits the recurring seasons; the lonely halls eagerly anticipate the return of happy students. 4 5 ; - -3 Ss s-flifc A new year, new faces, new hopes. The fort is happy, the kids are back again, with a gentle reminder that— “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.” The fort is the center stage holding in her hands the tragedies and comedies of four years. 7 Table of Contents CLASSES 10 Seniors 12 Juniors 60 Sophomores 80 Freshmen 94 ORGANIZATIONS 108 SPORTS 156 ACADEMICS 198 FEATURES 220 INDEX 236 Hands, straining individually, striving and sharing together symbolize Fort Hunt. Outstretched hands of friendship, hands molding ideas and traditions of our new school, and hands making mem¬ ories so fresh and bright that they are hardly memories yet. Through the hand of introduction, the staff would like to present to you, the students of Fort Hunt, the 1965 fortress. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Martha Almon ART AND LAYOUT Anne Williams BUSINESS MANAGER Janet Green PHOTOGRAPHY Guy Hugunin CLASS David McKinney John Morgan LITERARY Patricia Glass FACULTY Terry Duel SPORTS Douglas Finlayson ORGANIZATIONS Tom Jefferson FEATURES Gretchen Turner TYPING Nancy Evans Carole Price INDEX Priscilla Koons COVER DESIGN Anne Williams Martha Almon 9 Raised in greeting, carrying trays, cramped from hurriedly taking notes. Seeking busses, slamming lockers, choosing leaders to demand progress. Casting a vote as an individual part of the student body. 11 Memories — Senior thoughts of and powder puffs pumpkin heads; Senior Queen — court- rickshaw style; Headaches, rehearsals, The Ugly American applications, apprehensions, anxieties, answers. To the Fair! To the Prom — Then Solemnly to the stadium. The events — yes; they are gone, But our memories linger on. President, Howard McComas; Vice-President, Jeffry Schafer; Treasurer, Karen Kirk; Secretary, Kathy Smoke. 12 i Tm f ' JI Row 1. C. Catchpole, R. Levey, M. Minervino, B. Brownell, L. Fimiani, H. Hutchins, M. McLaughlin, B. Raymond, S. Evans, A. Teolis. Rou; 2. S. Nemeth, S. Ross, E. Wright, J. Moore, D. Desmond, B. Myers, B. Wood, C. Harvey, R. Dennehy, J. Oseth. 13 L_ _ Shearon Acree Martha Almon Geoffrey Adams John Almond Carol Ames Robert Adams John Anderson SHEARON ACREE Pep Club 1; Girls Glee Club Pres. 1; Latin Club 1,2, Sec.-Treas. 2; Int. Rel. Club 2; Drill Team 4; Newspaper 1,2; Nat’l Latin Hon. Soc. 4. GEOFFREY ADAMS Aqua Club V.P. 1; Folk Music Club 1; Lit. Magazine Bus. Mgr. 4; Geology Club V.P. 2; Intra. Basketball 1. ROBERT ADAMS Latin Club 1,2; Yearbook; Science Club. MARTHA ALMON Yearbook 2 3,4, Ed.-in-Chief 4; Jr. Nat’l Hon. Soc. 1; Nat’l Hon. Soc 2,3,4, Treas. 3; V. Cheerleader 1,2,4, Capt. 2; JV Basketball Cheerleader Capt. 2; Class Council 2; SCA Rep. 3; 1st Home¬ coming Att. 2. Richard Andrews Mary Angel JOHN ALMOND Photo Club 2; Science Club 1; Track 1,2; Basketball 1; Baseball 1,2,3,4; SCA Treas. 1. CAROL AMES FHA 1; Spanish Club 1; Riding Club Treas. 1; Latin Club 1; JV Basketball Co-Capt. 1,3; JV Softball 1; Intra. Basketball; Alt. HR. Rep. 1; School Play 1. JOHN ANDERSON Art Club 4; Lit. Magazine 4; French Club 4; School Play 1. RICHARD ANDREWS Key Club 3,4; V.P. 3, Pres. 4; Football 1; JV Football 2; V. Football 3,4; Basketball 1; JV Basketball 2; V. Basketball 3,4; JV Baseball 1,2; V. Baseball 3,4; PSG 3. MARY ANGEL Pep Club 1,2; Majorettes Sec. 2,3; Class Play 3; FTA 1; Thespians 2,3. William Antonelli WILLIAM ANTONELLI 14 Cleveland Baker Mark Baker ELLEN ARCHER Library Club 1; English Club 1; Drama Club 2,3; Intra. Basketball 2; Newspaper 3; Intra. Volleyball 1. KENNETH ASHBY Boxing; Football; Basketball; Baseball. JUAN AVILES Hon. member of Spanish Hon. Soc. 4; HR. Rep. 3; Pres. Council on Human Rel. 3,4. FEDERICK AYERS Drummer for Drill Team; Drama Club. CLEVELAND BAKER Photo Club; Dance Band; Int. Rel. Club; Rocket Club. Ralph Bane Susan Baldwin Linda Barco MARK BAKER Folk Music Club Pres. 3,4; Football 1,2. SUSAN BALDWIN Art Club; Folk Music Club; Prom. Comm. RALPH BANE V. Golf 3. LINDA BARCO Nat’l Hon. Soc. 3,4; Girls Club 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Spanish Club 2,3; Spanish Hon. Soc. 3,4; Class Treas. 3; SGA Rep. 4; Class Play 3; Variety Show 3. CARL BARNES Coin Club Ch. 4; Basketball 1. Carl Barnes 15 PAUL BARRY Pep Club 4; Latin Club 1,2,4; Science Club 2; Football 1; V. Track 3; V. Cross Country 4; Class Delegate 4; Newspaper 3; Yearbook 3. MICHAEL BARTON V. Tennis 2,3,4; Dance Band; V. Basketball 11, Mgr. 4. MARSHA BATHURST FNA 2; Latin Club 1; Folk Music Club 2; Drill Team 4; Pep Club 2. EDWARD BAUTZ Folk Music Club 3; Wrestling 2; V. Cheerleader 4; Intra. Wrestling 1; SCA Rep. Class Play 3; Key Club 4. THOMAS BAXTER Latin Club Pres. 1; Russian Club 1; French Club 1; Intra. Basketball 1; Intra. Volleyball 1; Yearbook 2; Dance Band. Paul Barry Michael Barton JANE BEAL Keyettes 3,4, Sec. 3, Pep Club 4; HR. Rep. 3; Spanish Hon. Soc. 4; Intra. Basketball 3; Intra. Volleyball 1,3; SCA Finance Comm.; Harmonettes 3,4. JAY BEALL Aqua Club 4; Track 1; Football 1; Basketball 1; JV Track 2; JV Basketball 2; JV Football 2; V. Football 3,4; Intra. Basketball 3. JANE BECHERER Art Club 1,2; Red Cross Rep. 1; Pep Club 4; Prom Comm. 3,4. PEGGY BECKMAN Pep Club; French Club. PAUL BEIGHLEY Spanish Hon. Soc. Pres. 3,4; Nat’l Hon. Soc. 3,4; Academic Council 4; Spanish Club 1,2; Academic Letters 1,2; Nat’l Merit Letter of Com- Marsha Bathurst mendation 4. Edward Bautz DALE BELL Spanish Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Keyette Club 2,3,4, Pres. 3,4; Newspaper 2, Ed. 3; Class Publicity Ch. 2. DARCY BENNETT Speech Club 1; Debate Club 4; Spanish Club 3; Ski Club 3,4; Intra. 2,3,4; Modem Dance 4; Drama 1,3; Newspaper 3. SUSAN BENTLEY FNA Sec.; Biology Club; Modem Jazz Club 2. WALTER BERG Class V.P.; Class Pres. 3; Key Club 3,4; Letterman Club Treas. 4; Football 1; V. Football 2,3,4; JV Basketball 2; V. Basketball 3. BEATRICE BERNAT FT A 1,4; Art Club Pres. 4; French Club 1; Lit. Maga¬ zine 4. MIRIAM BERNAT JV Softball 2; Pep Club 1,4; Art Club 1,4; Lit. Magazine 3,4. PATRICIA BERRES Pep Club 3; FNA 4; Cheerleaders 1; Hockey 2. LANNES BERRY’ FHA Treas.; Dramatics Club; Basketball 1,2,3; Volleyball 1,2,3; GAA 1,2; Gymnastics Club 3; Pep Club 3; SCA Rep. 1,2. PEGGY BERTRON Latin Club 1; Spanish Club 3; FTA 4. Thomas Baxter Jane Beal mm Kimm " . . ; •: , - SUSAN BILLINGS Jay Beall Jane Becherer 16 Peggy Beckman Paul Beighley Dale Bell Darcy Bennett Susan Bentley Walter Berg Beatrice Bernat Lannes Berry Miriam Bernat Patricia Berres Peggy Bertron Susan Billings 17 V DANIEL BIRD Int. Rel. Club 3,4; Science Club 1,4; French Hon. Soc. 3,4; Nat’l Hon. Soc. 3,4; Key Club 3,4; V. Soccer 1; JV Baseball 2; V. Baseball 3,4; V. Football 3; Const. Comm. 3. LINDA BLAISDELL Pep Club 1; SCA Rep. 1; Intra. Basketball 1. RONALD BLOUT Rifle Club 1; Science Club 1. DIANNE BONA Newspaper 1; Yearbook 3; Latin Club 1; Pep Club 1; Basket¬ ball 1; SCA Rep. 1. MORGAN BOND Aqua Club Pres. 4; Latin Club 4. JUDITH BONNER FTA 3,4; Spanish Hon. Soc. 3,4. ARTHUR BOOTH Key Club Treas. 3,4; Aqua Club 4; French Club 1; Letter- mans Club; Football 1; JV Football 2; V. Football 3,4; Basketball 1; JV Baseball 2; V. Baseball 3,4; Class Council 1,3,4; SCA Rep. 1,2; Building and Grounds Comm. 4; Intra. Basketball 2; Intra. Volleyball 1. THOMAS BOWERS GAIL BOYD FTA 1,2,3, Sec.-Treas. 4; French Club 1,2! Academic Letter 1; Pep Club 2,3, Treas. 4; Activity Council 3; Int. Rel. Club 3; Keyettes 3,4. PATRICIA BOYNTON Ronald Blout Dianne Bona ROBERT BRAND Math Club Pres. 3; Track 3,4; Chess Club 3. PATRICIA BREWER SCA Rep. 2; Pep Club 2,3,4; FNA. KENNETH BRILL Latin Club 1,2; Golf 1,2. KAREN BRINCKMANN FHA 4. SUSAN BROCK Yearbook 3; French Club 2; Pep Club 4; Keyettes 3,4; Drill Team Treas. 4; V. Basketball 2,3; SCA Rep. 1; Class Council 3; SCA Publica. Sec. 4; Prom Comm. 3; Prom Princess 3. MALCOLM BROWNE Int. Rel. Club; Rocket Club; Science Club; J.V. Tennis; Class Council 2; Intra. Morgan Bond Judith Bonner Arthur Booth BONITA BROWNELL Spanish Club; Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Sgt.-at-Arms 3; Cheer¬ leader 1; V. Cheerleader 2,3,4, Co-Capt. 3,4; Class Council 4; Homecoming Queen 4. LINDA BUCK Keyette Club 2,3,4, Treas. 3; Latin Club 4; Int. Rel. Club 4; Latin Hon. Soc. 4; French Club 2; Cheerleader 1, Sec.-Treas. 1; Class Council 3; Class Play 3; Social Comm. 4; Project Comm. 3; SCA Rep. 2,3; SGA 2nd V.P. 4; Activity Council Ch. 4. BARBARA BURLESON Spanish Club 2; Art Club 4; Intra. Basketball 3; Class Council Alt. 3; SCA Program Comm. 1; Lit. Magazine 4. PATRICIA BURLEY Debate Club 4; Ski Club 4; Pep Club 2; GAA 1,2; Class Sec. 1; Class Pres. 3; SCA 1,3; Prom Comm. 3. LINDA BURTON Chess Club; French Club; Pep Club; Riding Club; Basketball; Class Play. 18 Thomas Bowers Gail Boyd Patricia Boynton Robert Brand Patricia Brewer Kenneth Brill Karen Brinckmann Susan Brock Malcolm Browne Bonita Brownell Linda Buck Barbara Burleson Patricia Burley Linda Burton 19 Carol Caldwell Jerry Caldwell Sallie Callahan Catherine Byrnes Geraldine Card Pamela Carlock Cynthia Carlson CATHERINE BYRNES CAROL CALDWELL Int. Rel. Club 1,2; French Club 1; Pep Club 1,3,4; Debate 2; Activities Council 3; Art Club 3 4; SCA Rep. 3; Drill Team 2. JERRY CALDWELL Football 1; V. Football 3; V. Basketball 3; Intra. Basketball 4; Madrigals 4; Boys’ Ensemble 3,4. SALLIE CALLAHAN FNA 4; Intra. Basketball 2; Intra. Volleyball 3; Modern Dance 2. GERALDINE CARD Pep Club; AFS; Art Club; Homecoming Float Comm. Co-Ch. PAMELA CARLOCK FHA 3,4, V.P. 3, Pres. 4; Latin Club 1,2, Treas. 1; Pep Club 2; Softball 1; SCA Rep. 1, Alt. 2; Cheerleader 1,3,4, Co-Capt. 3. CYNTHIA CARLSON Pep Club 1,2,3; SCA Rep. 1 2; Class Council 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3; French Club 1,2; Princess 1; Homecoming Princess 4. MARGARET CARLSON Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Folk Music Club 4; Drill Team 4. PHILIP CARLSON Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; V. Track 2,3; Intra. Volleyball; SCA Rep. 1. ALICE CARLTON French Club; French Hon. Soc. V.P. 3,4; Pep Club; Nat’l Hon. Soc. 3,4, V.P. 3; Keyette Historian 3,4; Drill Team 2; SCA Alt.; SCA Rep.; Harmonettes 3,4. MARGARET CARR Spanish Club 1; Red Cross Rep. 1; Pep Club 1; Riding Club 3,4; Library Club 1; Softball 3; Yearbook 4. DIANA CARTER Art Club 1,4; Pep Club 4. 20 Margaret Carlson Philip Carlson Alice Carlton Margaret Carr Diana Carter Cynthia Catchpole Pamela Ceresi Charles Chambers CYNTHIA CATCHPOLE French Club 1,2; Thespian Soc. 2,3,4, Pres. 4; Drill Team Co-Capt. 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Folk Music Soc. 3; Class Council 3,4; Class Play 2,3. PAMELA CERESI Spanish Club 1,2; Pep Club 2 3,4; SCA Rep. 4; JV Hockey 1; V. Hockey 2,3; V. Basketball 3; JV Softball 2; V. Softball 3; Intra. Basketball 3. Kelly Chance CHARLES CHAMBERS French Club 1,2; V. Football 2,3,4; V. Track 2,3; JV Track 1; JV Basketball 1; JV Football 1; Class Rep. 1. KELLY CHANCE Folk Music Soc.; Football; Track; Intra. Basketball. WESLEY CHAPPEL Wesley Chappel I 21 Richard Cheeseman Joan Clark Mary Clark Philip Coe Cynthia Coffman Gay Coletto Christopher Cornwell Preston Coulter William Coulter 22 RICHARD CHEESEMAN Rifle Drill Team, Co-Capt. 2,3; V. Football, Capt. 3, Co-Capt. 2; V, Basketball, Capt. 3; J.V. Basketball 2; V. Track 3; Class V.P. 3; Class Treas. 2; HR Rep. 2,3. JOAN CLARK French Club 1,2; Spanish Hon. Soc. 3,4; Spanish Club 2; Aca¬ demic Council Rep. 4; Activity Council Alt. 4; Chess Club 4; Int. Rel. Club 4; Archery 2. MARK CLARK Pep Club 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3; French Club 3; FHA 3,4; Riding Club 4. Patricia Cowgill PHILIP COE Nat’l Jr. Hon. Soc. 1,2, Sgt.-at-Arms 2; Basketball 1; Intra. Basketball 1,2,3,4; Folk Music Club 4; Newspaper 4. John Crum CYNTHIA COFFMAN Spanish Club 2; Pep Club 1,2. GAY COLETTO MADELINE CONNELL Pep Club; French Club; Drill Team 2; Class Council 2,3. JUDITH COPELAND Public Rel. Club 2,3; French Club 1,2; Int. Rel. Club 1,2; Newspaper 1; Majorette 1, Capt. 2. Linda Cushwa MICHAEL CORNELL Rocket Club; Football 1; J.V. Football 2; V. Football 3,4; Track 3. Christopher Crumley James Danowski CHRISTOPHER CORNWELL Aqua Club 4; Ski Club 3,4; Folk Music Soc. 3,4; Science Club 1,2; Football 1; J.V. Football 2; V. Football 3; Basketball 1. PRESTON COULTER Radio Club 1,2; Photo Club 3,4, Sec.-Treas. 4; Aqua Club 4; Newspaper 3,4. WILLIAM COULTER Aqua Club 4; Photo Club; Intra. Football 1,2; Intra. Basketball 2. PATRICIA COWGILL FNA 1; Pep Club 1. JOHN CRUM Model Airplane Club 2; Baseball 1; Cross Country 2,4; Soccer 2,3; Basketball 2,3, Mgr. 2; Prom Comm. 3; SCA Rep. 2,3. Thomas Danowski CHRISTOPHER CRUMLEY Football 1,3; Basketball 1,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4. LINDA CUSHWA FHA 1. JAMES DANOWSKI Pep Club; J.V. Basketball 2; V. Basketball 3,4; Intra. Basketball 2,4. THOMAS DANOWSKI Pep Club; Football 1; Intra. Basketball; V. Basketball; V. Baseball. Donna Daugherty DONNA DAUGHERTY Latin Club 1; Pep Club 4; Keyettes 3,4; Drill Team 4. 23 Michael Davenport Arthur Davis Richard Davis Douglas Davis Sharon Davis Gerald Davis Jacqueline Deets 24 MICHAEL DAVENPORT J.V. Wrestling 1; V. Wrestling 2,3,4; V. Football 4. ARTHUR DAVIS DOUGLAS DAVIS GERALD DAVIS Biology Club 2; Track 2; Wrestling 2; Football 1. RICHARD DAVIS SHARON DAVIS FTA V.P. 3; Nat’l Jr. Hon. Soc. 1; Nat’l Hon. Soc. 3,4; Nat’l Spanish Hon. Soc. 3,4; Class Council Rep. 3; Academic Letter 2; Christmas Play 1; Science Fair 1; Class Play 3. JACQUELINE DEETS Spanish Club 1; Pep Club 3,4; Intra. Basketball 3; Drill Team, Squad Leader 4; Newspaper 3. JANE DeFREES Latin Club Pres. 4; Science Club 1,2; SCA Rep. 1,3; Sec. GAS; Nat’l Hon. Soc. 3, V.P. 4; Keyette 4; J.V. Basketball 3; V. Hockey 3,4; Newspaper 2,3; Latin Hon. Soc. 2,3,4. ERIC DeGROFF Hockey; Baseball; Football. PAUL DEMPSEY Swimming Club RODERICK DENNEHY Pep Club, Sgt.-at-Arms 2; French Club 2; Key Club 2,3,4; Jr. Nat’l Hon. Soc. 1,2; Sports Ed. Newspaper 2; V. Football 2,3,4; Basketball 1; V. Basketball 2,3,4, Capt. 1,3; V. Baseball 2,3,4; Intra. Basketball; PSG Ch. 3; SCA Treas. 2; Class Council 1,4; HR Rep. 1; J.V. Baseball 1. JOY DERANEK SCA 1; Archery Club; FNA; Pep Club; French Club. DONALD DESMOND Intra.; Class Council Rep. 4; HR Rep. 1; Rocket Club; Chess Club. KAREN DINSER FHA 3; Latin Club 1. MARYLOU DIRHAN HR. Rep. 2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; French Club 1,2,4; FHA 1; FTA 2,3; Majorette 4; Class Float 2; Class Play 3; Dance Comm. 2,3; Stage Crew Dramatics Dept. 3,4. Ruth DueFrene James Duncan Darnell Dunn EDWARD DOUGHERTY Track 2,3. RUTH DUEFRENE FTA 1; Int. Rel. Club 1,2; Spanish Club 1; Pep Club 4; Yearbook 4; J.V. Softball 1,2; Basketball 1,2; V. Hockey 3; Intra. Softball 1; Volleyball 1; Project Comm. 4. JAMES DUNCAN V. Basketball 3. DARNELL DUNN Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club 3,4; Newspaper 2; Homecoming Court 1. ROBERT DURRANCE BETSY EASTON Pep Club 2; Yearbook 3. Robert Durrance Betsy Easton 25 4 Michael Eber Harold Ellrod Janet Edwards Susan Einbinder Donald Essex Kenneth Estes John Elliott Gary Evans MICHAEL EBER Ski Club; Chess Club; Tennis; Dance Band. JANET EDWARDS Yearbook 3,4, Soph. Class Ed. 4; Int. Rel. Club 2; Rally Club 2; Class Rep. 1; Drill Team 4; Madrigals 3,4. Sharol Evans Nancy Fair hurst SUSAN EINBINDER Pep Club 1,2; French Club 1,2; Spanish Hon. Soc. 3; Sec. to Academic Council 3; Art Club 4; Ed.-in-Chief Lit. Magazine 3,4. JOHN ELLIOTT HAROLD ELLROD V. Football; V. Cross Country; Intra. 26 Catherine Faught Emily Feddersen Linda Fimiani DONALD ESSEX Rocket Club 1,4; Lit. Magazine 4; Aqua Club 4; V. Football 3. KENNETH ESTES Aqua Club 4; Debate Club 1; Science Club 1; V. Track 2; Intra. Basketball 3. GARY EVANS Track 3. SHAROL EVANS French Club 2; Thespians Soc. 4; Intra. Basketbal 3; Class Play 3; Class Council 4; Yearbook 3,4. NANCY FAIRHURST Riding Club 3,4; Art Club 4; Lit. Magazine 4. CATHERINE FAUGHT Spanish Club 1; Int. Rel. Club 4; Pep Club 4; JV Softball 2; Intra. Basketball 3. EMILY FEDDERSEN Pep Club Treas. 4; V. Cheerleader 2,3,4; Class Council 2,3; Homecoming Princess 2,4; Prom Princess 3. Nancy Fisher Kenneth Fleming THERESA FERRITER FTA 2,3 4; Pep Club 3,4; Yearbook; French Club 2,3; Latin Club 1; Biology Club 2; Thespian 3,4; Gym Club 1; FHA 1; Class Play 3; Prom Comm. 3; Homecoming Float Comm. JUDY FEUERRIEGEL Advanced Dance Club 3; Drill Team Sec. 4; HR. Rep. 4; Yearbook Fresh. Class Ed. 4; Girls’ League Council 3. LINDA FIMIANI Class Council 3,4; Yearbook 3,4; Cheerleader; Drill Team 4; Class Play 3; Prom Queen 3; Homecoming Court 4. NANCY FISHER Drama Club Properties Comm. Ch. 1; FNA, V.P. 3, Pres. 4; Latin Club 4; V. Softball Mgr. 1; V. Hockey Mgr. 2; SCA Pro¬ gram Comm. 2; Finance Comm. 3. KENNETH FLEMING HR. Rep.; Football 1; V. Football. 27 Albert Fogleman Carol Gainer James Ford James Gainer David Galen tine Rebecca Frisbie Suzanne Gary Susan Gentry ALBERT FOGLEMAN Nat’l Thespian Soc.; Wrestling; School Plays. JAMES FORD J.V. Football 3; Track; Wrestling. REBECCA FRISBIE HR. Rep. 1; JV Cheerleader 1; V. Cheerleader 2; Prom Comm. 3. CAROL GAINER Spanish Club 2; Pep Club 3,4; FNA Treas. 3; FHA 4; Intra. Volleyball 2; Intra. Modern Dance 2. JAMES GAINER John Gibbs Patricia Glass DAVID GALENTINE Newspaper, Feature Ed. 4. SUZANNE GARY Tri-Hi-Y 4; Pep Club 4; J.V. Hockey 2,3; V. Hockey 4; J.V. Volleyball 2; Intra. Volleyball 3; Nat’l Hon. Soc. 2,3; Nat’l Thes¬ pian Hon. Soc. 3,4; Alt. HR. Rep. 4; Newspaper 2,3,4; Yearbook 4. SUSAN GENTRY JOHN GIBBS Photo Club 1; Spanish Club 2; Boy’s Ensemble 3,4; V. Football 3; Int. Rel. Club 4; Madrigals, Pres. 4; Stage Crew School Play 3,4. PATRICIA GLASS Pep Club 1,2,3; Dance Band 2,3 4; Harmnettes 4; Prom Comm. 3, Co-Ch. 4; Madrigals 4; Latin Club 4; Hospitality Comm. 3; Cheerleader 1; JV Cheerleader 2; V. Cheerleader 3,4; Yearbook 3,4; Lit. Ed. 4; Folk Music Club 3. 28 Thomas Goade John Godley Sharon Goers Richard Goodman John Grant Catherine Graves Gilda Gray THOMAS GOADE Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Baseball 2; Track 3; Football Mgr. 4. JOHN GODLEY Intramurals 3. SHARON GOERS RICHARD GOODMAN SCA 1,3, Pres. Aid 1; V. Wrestling; Football 1; Key Club 2,3,4; JV Football 2; V. Football 3,4; Class Council 2; Nat’l Thes¬ pian Soc. 2; Class Play 2; V. Baseball 3. JOHN GRANT Intra. Basketball 2; Basketball Mgr. 1. CATHERINE GRAVES SCA Rep. 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,3 V.P. 3; News¬ paper 2,3; Pep Club 2 3, Sec.-Treas. 3; Yearbook 3,4; Nat’l Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; Folk Music Club 4; German Club 4; Prom Comm. 3; Latin Award 2. GILDA GRAY Tri-Hi-Y 2. BENNETT GRIEB Key Club; Basketball 1; JV Basketball 2; V. Basketball 3. . JV Football 2; V. Football 3,4; Class Rep. Alt. JAMES GRIFFIN Art Club 4; Rifle Club; Int. Rel. Club; Coin Club; Football 1; V. Football 3. MICHELE GUNDERSON French Hon. Soc. 2; Yearbook 4; Drill Team, Squad Leader 4; Class Council 1,2; Public Speaking Award 2. Michele Gunderson 29 PATRICIA GURNOW Cheerleader 1; SCA Rep. 1- SCA Treas.; Choir 1,3; Inter. Rel. Club 4; Pep Club 4; Riding Club 4; Project Comm. 4. CHERIE HAAHEIM Drill Team, Historian 4; Yearbook 3,4. HERBERT HAAR Coin Club 4; Art Club 4; Int. Rel. Club 4; Newspaper, Bus. Mgr. 3. BRUCE HADDEN Baseball; Wrestling; Class Prom Comm. 3; Class Alt. 4. BONNIE HALL French Club 1; Pep Club 2; Folk Music Club 1; Art Club 1; Harmonettes 2; Madrigals 1; Drill Team 1; School Play. Patricia Gumow Cherie Haaheim DANE HALL Photo Club 1, 3, V.P. 3; Football Mgr. 4. ELLEN HAMMERSLEY Pep Club; Finance Comm. Ch.; Keyettes, V.P.; V. Hockey; SGA; Latin Club. FRED HANSEN Int. Rel. Club 2; Intra. Basketball 1; Class Play 3; Drama Dept. Dlay. SUSAN HANZLIK Pep Club 1,2,3,4; French Club; Art Club 4; Glee Club; SCA; Volleyball; Prom Comm. 2,3; V. Cheerleader; Newspaper; Yearbook. SHARON HARN SCA Rep. 3; Pep Club; Spanish Club; Drill Team 2,4; Intra. Volleyball 3; Intra. Basketball 3; Homecoming Princess 1,4; Sweetheart Princess 1. Herbert Haar JOHN HARRIS Spanish Club; Football; Intra.; Newspaper. MARJORIE HARRIS Spanish Club 1; Int. Rel. Club 2; Newspaper, Bus. Mgr. 3. CLEVELAND HARVEY Key Club 2,3,4, Sec.-Treas. 3, V.P. 4; Football 1; V. Football 3,4; J.V. Football 2; SCA 1,2,3; Class Council 4; Ch. Court Comm. 4. BENJAMIN HASKELL Newspaper, Mgr. Advertising; Class Float 2; Class Projects Comm. 4. AN N HEADSTROM FPIA; Latin Club. Bonnie Hall LINDA HEADY Drill Team 2,4, Squad Leader 4; Pep Club; Spanish Club 2; Intra. Bowling. JAMES HEARD Riding Club; Latin Club; Basketball Mgr.; V. Cheerleader; HR. Rep.; Finance Comm. SUSAN HENRY GAA 1,2; Debate Club 3; Pep Club 3; GAC 3; Volleyball; Cheerleader 1,2. PATRICIA HICKEY Pep Club 1,2,4; Spanish Club 3; Int. Rel. Club; Spanish Hon. Soc. 4; Softball 2. CHARLOTTE HICKS V. Hockey 2,3,4; V. Basketball 1,2,3,4; V. Softball 1,2,3; Intra. Basketball, Volleyball, Archery; HR. Rep. 1,2; FHA. Bruce Hadden Dane Hall 30 Ellen Hammersley Fred Hansen Ann Headstrom Linda Heady James Heard Susan Henry Patricia Hickey Charlotte Hicks 31 LARRY HICKS SCA, Treas.; Ch. SCA Finance Comm.; SCA Rep. 1,2; Latin Club. Larry Hicks Waine Hicks WAINE HICKS Spanish Club 1,2; Biology Club 1,2; HR. Rep. 1,2; Football 1; J.V. Football; V. Football 3,4; Baseball 1; J.V. Baseball; V. Baseball 3,4; Float Comm. 1,2. BRUCE HILBURN Chess Club Treas.; Hunting Fishing Club; Indoor Outdoor Track; Intramurals. RAYMOND HITCHCOCK Yearbook Ed. 2; Rocket Club, Treas. 3; Ch. Prom Comm. 3; Class V.P. 1; Class Pres. 2; SCA. MARY HOBBS French Club 1; Nursing Club 2, Sec.; Inter. Dec. Club Ch. 2; Journalism Club 2,3; Red Cross Club 3. ANDREW HOFFMAN Dance Band 2,3,4; Newspaper Photographer 3,4; Golf 2. CAROL HOFLER French Club 1,2, Sec.; Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Pres.; Keyettes 2,3, V.P., Sec. 4; SCA Orientation Comm. Ch.; V. Hockey 3; V. Basketball 3; SCA Rep. 3,4; Activity Council, Sec.; Prom Comm. 3, Ch.; Cheerleader 1,2; Class Council Rep. 4. CHERYLL HOOVER French Club 1; Art Club Sec. 4; Intra. Basketball; Intra. Volleyball 3; Lit. Magazine 3. WILLIAM HORN Nat’l Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; Key Club; Science Club; V. Football 3,4; Basketball 2,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Prom Comm.; Commander Award 2. RICHARD HOUCK Diving and Swimming Team; Intra. 3; SCA Rep. 1. Bruce Hilbum Raymond Hitchcock Mary Hobbs Andrew Hoffman Carol Hofler CAROL HOUSTON Square Dance Club 3,4, Pres. 4; Chess Club 4; Ski Club 4; SGA Alt. 4; Nat’l Hon. Soc. 3,4. ROBERT HOWELL Madrigals; Boy’s Ensemble; Class Play. JUDITH HOWER FNA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Glee Club 1,2; Intra. Volley¬ ball 3; Class Finance Comm. 3. GUY HUGUNIN Photo Club 3,4, Treas. 4; Yearbook 2,3,4; Photography Ed. 4; Newspaper 2. HOLLY HUTCHINS Pep Club 2,4; Nat’l Thespian Soc. 4; Latin Club 4; Activity Council 3,4; Prom Comm. 3; Class Finance Comm. 3. CHARLTON HYNDS Latin Club 1,2; French Club 4; SCA Alt. 3; Yearbook 3; Keyettes 3,4; JCL 1,2; Harmonettes 3,4. KATHRYN IRWIN Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Folk Music Club 3,4; Publicity Ch. 3; French Club 2; Newspaper 2; Yearbook 4; Cheerleader 1; V. Cheerleader 3; Class Float Comm. 2; Prom Comm. 4; Harmonettes 3,4; School Play 2; Social Comm. Co-Ch. 4. GILLIAN JAFFE Latin Club; Pep Club; Folk Music Club; Ski Club. JUDITH JARMON Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; FHA 1; Ski Club 4; Majorettes 4; Class Project Comm. 3; Class Bulletin Board Comm. 4; Newspaper 3. MARSHA JARVIS FHA 1; SCA Public Rel. 2; Cheerleader 1; V. Cheerleader 2 3,4, Co -Capt. 3,4; Class Senator 1; Class Queen 1. TOM JEFFERSON Photo Club Sec. 3; Latin Club 2; Class Council 3; Yearbook Organizations Ed. 4; Dance Band 1,3,4; Intra. Basketball 3. 32 Cheryll Hoover William Horn Robert Howell Richard Houck Judith Hower Carol Houston Guy Hugunin Holly Hutchins Charlton Hynds Kathryn Irwin Gillian Jaffe Judith Jarmon Marsha Jarvis Tom Jefferson 33 I Pamela Jepson Douglas Kahle Rita Jewart Irene Kabler Diane Johnson Terry Kamerer Susan Kelsey PAMELA JEPSON Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 1,2; Harmonettes 3,4. RITA JEWART Drama Club 2,3; Latin Club 1; Science Club 1,2,3; Band Club 1,2,3; French Club 2,3; SCA 1; Tartan Rep. 2; FNA Club 1; Tennis 2,3; Golf 2,3; Basketball 2,3; Gymnastics 2 3; Majorette 1,2; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3. DIANE JOHNSON Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Keyette Club 3,4; Cheerleader 1; J.V. Cheerleader 2,3; Newspaper. IRENE KABLER French Club 1,2; Riding Club 3,4, Pres. 3; Activity Council 4; Class Council Alt. 3; Newspaper 3. DOUGLAS KAHLE TERRY KAMERER Football 1; Basketball 1; JV Basketball 2; JV Football 2; V. Baseball 2,3,4; V. Football 3,4; Alt. HR. Rep. 2,3. SUSAN KELSEY MICHAEL KING V. Football 3; V. Basketball 3; V. Baseball 3; Class V.P. 2; Nat’l Hon. Soc.; Folk Music Club; Key Club 4. LARRY KINGERY Int. Rel. Club 4; Art Club 4. KAREN KIRK GAA 1; Keyette Club 3,4; Morning Watch 2; Intra. Basket¬ ball 1; Class Dance Comm. 2; Finance Comm. Ch. 3; Majorette 1; SCA Parliamentarian 3; SCA HR. Rep. 3; Class Treas. 3,4; Newspaper 3. PAUL KLAASSE Madrigals 3,4. CHARLES KNEYSE Photo Club 3,4, Pres. 3; Yearbook 3 4; Football Mgr. 1; Dance Band 3,4. 34 Michael King Charles Kneyse Larry Kingery Karen Kirk Gregory Knowles Kristin Knudsen Paul Klaasse Priscilla Koons GREGORY KNOWLES Debate Club 1,3,4; Public Speaking 1,3; Basket¬ ball 1,2; Football 2; Track 3; Wrestling 4; Class V.P. 1; Class Pres. 2; Prom otions Comm. Ch. 3,4; SCA 1,2,3,4; SCA Comm. Ch. 3,4. KRISTIN KNUDSEN Debate Club 3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; French Club 4; Keyette Club 3,4; Int. Rel. Club 2,4; SCA Alt. Rep. 2; Publications Comm.; Drill Team 2,4, Capt. 4. Kevin Koster PRISCILLA KOONS Pep Club 1; Bridge Club 1; French Club 4; Intra. Basketball 2,3; Intra. Volleyball 2; SCA Rep. Alt. 4; Yearbook 3 4. KEVIN KOSTER Intra. Basketball 3; Intra. Volleyball 1; Track 2. PATRICIA KOUGIAS Pep Club 1; SCA 1; Drill Team 4; Yearbook 3,4, Sr. Class Ed. 4; Intra. Volleyball 2. Patricia Kougias 35 i Jeanne Kozaczka Louise Kozaczka Patricia Kravitz Holly Kring Ronald Kurtz Dennis Lanigan Sally LaHue Penelope Lawson Edward Lenhardt Randi Levey Diane Linn Linda Little 36 JEANNE KOZACZKA Class V.P. 2; Modem Dance 2,4; Lit. Magazine Ed.; Social Comm. 1,2; Operetta 1,2. LOUISE KOZACZKA French Club V.P.; FNA; Photography Club; Sketch Club; Biology Club; Chem. Club; Intra. Basketball; Girls Track Team; SCA Rep. 3; Prom Comm. Ch. 3; Yearbook; Newspaper. PATRICIA KRAVITZ Folk Music Club 3; Intra. Basketball 3; Modern Dance 2; Stunts and Tumbling 2; Tennis 1; Lit. Magazine 4; Madrigals. HOLLY KRING FNA 1; Modern Dance 2. RONALD KURTZ FTA Pres. 4, V.P. 3; Art Club 4; Lit. Magazine 4; Year¬ book 4; Class Play 2 3,4; School Play 2,4; Thespians 4. SALLY LAHUE Pep Club, Sec. 3; Library Club 3; Yearbook 2,3. DENNIS LANIGAN French Club 1,2; Intra. 1, SCA Rep. 3. PENELOPE LAWSON Basketball 1; Softball 2; Class Club 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 2; Latin Club 4. EDWARD LENHARDT Spanish Club 1; Football 1; J.V. Football 2; V. Foot¬ ball 3,4; Track 3,4; SCA Rep. 1,2; Class Council 3,4. RANDI LEVEY French Club 1,2; Pep Club 2,3,4; Newspaper 4; Int. Rel. Club 2; Folk Music Club 3; Intra. Basketball 3; Class Council 4; Prom Comm. 3. DIANE LINN LINDA LITTLE Pep Club; FHA; Spanish Club; Yearbook; Int. Rel. Club. CYNTHIA LIVENGOOD Class Pres. 1; Basketball; Decoration Comm. 1,2; Re¬ freshment Comm. 1,2; Cheerleader Capt. 2. CHERYL LIVESAY Tri-Hi-Y 4; Baker’s Dozen 2,3; SCA Rep. 1,2. BETTY LOVELESS Pep Club; French Club; Int. Rel. Club; Folk Music Club; Intra. Basketball; Intra. Soccer. TERRY LOWE Rocket Club 3; Science Club 2,3; Astronomy Club Treas. 3; Chess Club 2,3; Pun Club 3; Judo 1 2; R.O.T.C. 2,3. TIMOTHY LUEBKE Debate Club 4; Int. Rel. Club 4; Intra. Basketball 1,2; Intra. Football 1,2; Class Play 1; Class Carnival Comm. 3. HOWARD McCOMAS J.C. Debate 2; V. Debate 3,4, Pres. 4; Key Club 2,3,4, Treas. 3, Sec. 4; SCA Rep. 2; Steering Comm. 3; PSG 3; Buildings and Grounds Comm Ch. 3; French Club 1,2,4; Int. Rel. Club 1,2; Rocket Club 3; V. Track 3; Class Pres. 4; Class V.P. 2; Nat’l Hon. Soc. 3,4; Nat’l French Hon. Soc. 3,4. SUSAN McGOVERN FHA l; Keyettes 3,4; Spanish Hon. Soc. 2,3,4. Cynthia Livengood Howard McComas Cheryl Livesay Betty Loveless Susan McGovern Timothy Luebke v Terry Lowe 37 Sandra McKenzie Sheppard McKenzie Mary Ann McLaughlin Carey McHugh Norma McNair Diane McQuade Judith Mample Susan Manola Steven Marks Glen Martin V Sven Mason Jennifer Means Peter Meyer Randall Meyer 38 CAREY McHUGH GAA 1,2,3; AFS 1 2,3; Riding Club 4; Intra. Basketball 1, Capt. 2; Intra. Field Hockey 2, Capt.; Intra. Soccer 1,2,3, Capt. 3; Intra. Softball 1; Prom Comm. 3; Play Comm. 3. SANDRA McKENZIE Pep Club 2; Latin Club 2; J.V. Hockey 3, Mgr. SHEPPARD McKENZIE Math Club 3, Sec.; Science Club 3; Folk Music Club 4; Aqua Club 4; Intra. Basketball 2,3; SGA Rep. Alt. 4. MARY ANN McLAUGHLIN Art Guild 2; Page Club 2, French Club; Drama Club 3; Prom Comm.; Ring Comm.; Class Council 3,4; SGA Rep. 2. NORMA McNAIR Scholarship Club 2; Drill Team 4; SGA Rep. 2; Yearbook 4. DIANE McQUADE Int. Rel. Club 3,4, Sec.; French Club 4; Senior Court 4. JUDITH MAMPLE Latin Club 1,2; FHA 3; Pep Club 1,3; V. Basketball. SUSAN MANOLA Spanish Club 1,2; SGA Rep. Alt. 1. STEVEN MARKS Aqua Club; Wrestling. GLEN MARTIN Science Club 4, Sec.; Chess Club 3, V.P. 4, Treas.; Track 3; Cross Country 4; HR. Rep. William Miller SVEN MASON Aqua Club; Rifle Club; Newspaper; Wrestling; Track; Sen. Play Asst. Stage Mgr. Marcia Minervino JENNIFER MEANS FNA 3, Pres. 4, V.P.; Basketball; Lit. Magazine 2; Major¬ ettes 2,3,4. PETER MEYER French Club 4; Newspaper 3; Boy’s Ensemble 3; Alt. HR. Rep. 4; Sen. Play. RANDALL MEYER Key Club 3,4; Pep Club 4; Art Club 4; Newspaper 3; Yearbook 3; Intra. Basketball 1,2; Intra. Football 1,2; Intra. Golf 2; Intra Soft- ball 2; V. Golf 3. WILLIAM MILLER Jets 1,2; Soccer 3; Rugby 3; Baseball 3; Basketball 1,2,3; Volleyball 2, Capt. Sandra Milosovic John Miniclier SANDRA MILOSOVIC Drill Team; Pep Club 1,2; Art Club 4; Lit. Magazine 3,4. MARCIA MINERVINO FHA; Pep Club; Intra. Basketball; Alt. HR. Rep.; Class Council 4. JOHN MINICLIER Pep Club 2; Newspaper 1; Football 1; J.V. Football 2; V. Football 3,4; V. Golf 3; V. Wrestling 3; HR. Rep. 1; Grounds Comm. 4. CHARLES MINOR KATHLEEN MISDOM Int. Rel. Club 3, Sec.; GAA 2; Pep Club I. JO ANN MISSLBECK Pep Club 3,4; FT A 1; Drill Team 4; Softball 1; Basket¬ ball 1,2. Charles Minor Kathleen Misdom Jo Ann Misslbeck 39 Cathe Mitton Winston Moore Larry Mock John Moore Sarah Moore Diane Morgan John Morgan Michele Moure CATHE MITTON SCA Rep. 1,2,3; Intercultural Club 2; Drama Club 3, Historian Soc. 3; Art Club 2,3,4; Prom Comm. 3. LARRY MOCK Intra. Basketball 1; Football 1; JV Wrestling 1. Susan Moysey JOHN MOORE French Club 1,2, Treas. 2; Debate Club V.P. 3; Spanish Club 3; Folk Music Club 4; Aqua Club 4; J.V. Basketball 1; Prom Comm. 3; Class Council 4; Class Play 4; Float Comm. 3; Class Paper 2; Yearbook 4. SARAH MOORE Pep Club 4; Debate Club 4; Newspaper 3; French Club 2,3,4; HR. Rep.; Class Pres. 3. WINSTON MOORE JCL 1,2; Swimming Team 3; Newspaper 4; HR. Rep. 3, Alt. 4. Carole Munsey 40 Boyd Myers DIANE MORGAN French Club 4; FNA 3,4. JOHN MORGAN Judo Club 1; Chess Club 1; Int. Rel. Club 2; Class Play 3,4; Square Dance Club 3; Foreign Exchange Program 2; Yearbook 3,4, Class Ed. 4. MICHELE MOuftE Tri-Hi-Y 2. SUSAN MOYSEY Pep Club 2; Art Club 1; Folk Music Club 2; Yearbook 1. CAROLE MUNSEY Pep Club 4; Intra. Volleyball 3; Yearbook 3; Prom Comm. 4. VICKI MURPH Pep Club 2,3,4; FHA 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; GAA 1; HR. Rep. 4. IVES MURRAY Debate Club Treas.; Thespians; Ski Club; JCL; Class Pres. 3; SCA V.P. 4; V. Debate 3,4. Freda Nazeer Donald Neitzey LINDA MUSTYAN Pep Club 1; Spanish Club 1; FTA 4; Tumbling Club 2; Biology Club Pres. 2; Intra. Basketball 1,2; Intra Volleyball 1,2; JV Softball 2; V. Softball 3; Float Comm. 1 2; Majorettes 1,2,3,4, Sec.-Treas. 2, Capt. 3,4. DAVID MUTH Debate Club; Chess Club; French Club; Ski Club; Rocket Club; Prom Comm. 3. BOYD MYERS Aqua Club Treas. 4; Folk Music Club 4; Key Club 3,4; Latin Club 4; V. Football 3; V. Track 3; HR. Rep. 4. FREDA NAZEER Int. Rel. Club 3,4, Treas. 3, Activity Council Rep. 4; Pep Club 3,4; Riding Club 4; Folk Music Club 4; Ski Club 4; Thespians 3,4; Debeate 4; Newspaper 4. DONALD NEITZEY Football 1; J.V. Football 2; V. Football 3; Basket¬ ball 1; Intra. 1,2. 41 Eric Nelson Richard Norris Dee O’Keefe Stephen Nemeth Willard Nichols Robert Norton Catherine O’Connor Alice Ogas Dale Oliver Carol O’Neale ERIC NELSON Rocket Club Pres.; Int. Rel. Club; SCA Rep.; Debate Club. STEPHEN NEMETH Int. Rel. Club 3,4; Math Club 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 4; Constitution Comm. 2,3; Class Council 4; SCA Rep. 1,2; Key Club 4. WILLARD NICHOLS Int. Rel. Club; Basketball 1,2; Cross Country; V. Basketball; HR. Rep. RICHARD NORRIS Football 1; Basketball 1; Golf; Football; Basketball; V. Golf. ROBERT NORTON Amateur Radio 2,3; Science 3; Math 3; Journalism 2; Chem. Club 2; Tennis 3; Wrestling 3. CATHERINE O’CONNOR GAA 1,2,3; Pep Club 1; French Club 3; Spanish Club 2; Bridge Club 2; Yearbook 2,3; Nat’l Hon. Soc. 3 4; Softball 2; Volleyball 3; SCA Alt. Rep. 2,3; SCA Rep. 4. ALICE OGAS Spanish Club 1; Float Comm. 1. DEE O’KEEFE Science Club 1; Drama Club 1; French Club 4. DALE OLIVER Jr. Hon. Soc. 1,2, V.P. 2; French Club 1,2, V.P. 2; SCA Rep. 1,2,3; SCA Pres. 4; Mt. Vernon Oratorical Contest 1st place 1,2; Academic Letter 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Science Club 1,2,4; Key Club 2,3,4, Pres. 3; Nat’l Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; J.V. Football 2; V. Track 2 3,4; Class Council 2; V. Football 3,4; Nat’l Fiench Hon. Soc. 3,4; Activity Council 3; School Play 1. CAROL O’NEALE Art Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; SCA Rep. 1,3; French Club 2; Class Council 3; Majorettes 2,3. 42 Karyn Pendleton Eileen Penfold JAMES OSETH Football 3,4; Track 3,4; Wrestling 3; Class Council 4. MILDRED PACKARD Latin Club 1,2; Pep Club 2; HR. Alt. Rep. 2; GAA 1,2; V. Basketball 3,4; V. Softball 3,4; V. Hockey 4. JANET PARKER STEPHEN PEASE Rocket Club 2,3,4, V.P. 3,4; Ski Club 3,4; Wrestling 1; Track 1,2 3,4; Football 1; Basketball 1. KARYN PENDLETON JV Basketball 1,2, Co-Capt. 2; HR. Rep 1. EILEEN PENFOLD GAA 3; FHA 2; Pep Club 2,3; Drill Team 4. ROBERT PERSONS French Club. ANDREA PFEIFFER Newspaper 3,4, Pg. Ed. 3, Man. Ed. 4; HR. Rep. 4; Keyettes 3,4; Debate 3,4; Pep Club 2; French Club 1,2; FTA 1; Class Council Alt. 3; Promotion Comm. 3; Activities Council 4; School Play 3,4. HARRY PHILLIPS Spanish Hon. Soc.; Academic Council. STEVEN PIEPER SCA Rep. 1,3,4; Track 2; Newspaper 3,4. Steven Pieper 1 Mildred Packard James Oseth Stephen Pease Harry Phillips Robert Persons Janet Parker Andrea Pfeiffer BRUCE PINNELL Photo Club 3,4, Sec. 3,4; V. Football 4; Yearbook 3,4. DOUGLAS PINNELL Baseball 2,3,4; Football 1 2,3,4. JOYCE POWELL MARTHA POWELL SCA Rep. 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2; French Club 1; HR. Rep. 1; School Play 2; FNA Sec. 3. CAROLE PRICE Math Club Sec. 3; Nat’l Hon. Soc. 3,4, V.P. 4; Class Play 1; Newspaper 2,3; Yearbook 3,4, Typing Ed. 4; Library Asst. 3. EDWARD PRINGLE Chess Club; Rocket Club; Intra. Basketball. Bruce Pinnell Douglas Pinnell JAMES QUEEN Ski Club, V.P. 3, Pres. 4; Rocket Club 3; Debate Club 2,3, Pres. 4; Rifle Club 3; Latin Club 2; Int. Rel. Club 3; Science Club Pres. 2; Activities Council 3,4; Class Council 3; Class Prom Comm. 3; V. Debate Team 3,4. JOHN QUINN Lettermans Club 2,3,4; V. Track 2; V. Basketball 3; HR. Rep. 3. ERNEST RAGLAND Intra. Basketball, Capt. 3,4; Intra. Softball 1; Dance Band 2. JAY RAINEY Newspaper 1; Folk Music Club 4; Int. Rel. Club 4; Thespians 4; Swim Club 2; Football 1,2; Baseball 1; HR. Rep. 1,3. JOHN RANDOLPH School Play 3,4. Joyce Powell Martha Powell VICKI RASMUSSEN Pep Club 2 3,4; Spanish Club 2; Int. Rel. Club 2,3,4; Folk Music Club 3,4; Home Ec. Club 1; Intra. Basketball 3; Intra. Volleyball 3; Class Float 2. JEAN RATTAN FTA 3; French Club 2; Pep Club 2; Nat’l Hon. Soc. 1,2; Folk Music Club 4; Class V.P. 1; SCA Alt. 3; Yearbook, Asst. Ed. 1; News¬ paper 1. BARBARA RAYMOND Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Red Cross Rep.; SCA Rep.; FNA; Future Doctors, French Club; Glee Club; Class Council 4. LESLEY REESE JV Hockey 1,2; V Hockey 3,4; JV Basketball; V Basketball; JV Softball; V Softball. EDWARD REILLEY Biology Club Pres. 2; French Club 2; Chem. Club 3; Nat’l Hon. Soc. 3,4; Soccer 1; Cross Country 1,2; Track 1; Class Council 1,2,3. ANN REINECKE Art Club 4; French Club 1,2; Pep Club 2; Intra. Basketball 3; Intra. Volleyball 3. CHRISTOPHER RENAUD Encore Drama Club 2; Pep Club 2; Folk Music Club 4; V. Cross Country 2; V. Tennis 2; Intra. Basketball 3; Class Play 3; HR Rep. 3. RICHARD RITTER Pep Club 4; Aqua Club 4; Intra. Basketball 1,2; JV Baseball 2; V. Baseball 3,4; V. Basketball 3,4; Class Float Comm. 2. HENRY ROBINSON Cross Country 1; Track 4; Wrestling 2. Carole Price Edward Pringle James Queen John Quinn 44 Ernest Ragland Jay Rainey John Randolph Vicki Rasmussen Jean Rattan Barbara Raymond Lesley Reese Christopher Renaud Edward Reilley Ann Reinecke Richard Ritter Henry Robinson ERNEST ROGERS THOMAS ROSE Chess Club 1; Science Club 2. RONALD ROSENBERRY Football 1; JV Football 2; V. Football 3,4; Class Council 4. SUSAN ROSS SCA 1,4; Basketball 2; Class Play 1. JANE ROXBROUGH Pep Club 3,4; Latin Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y Pres. 1; Intra. Basketball; Intra. Softball; Intra. Volleyball; HR Rep. 1 3; Yearbook. Ernest Rogers Thomas Rose GAYLE RUPERT Spanish Club 1; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Folk Music Club 3; Intra. Rel. Club 2. KATHERINE RUSSELL GAA; Hon. Member Nat’l Hon. Soc. 2; SCA 1,3; Folk Music Club 4; Drama Club 2,4; Activities Comm. 1; Prom Comm. 3. CHAUNCEY SAGE LEWIS SAULS D.J. FHHS 3,4. JEFFRY SCHAFER Latin Club 1,2; German Club 4; Yearbook Co-Ed. 3; Jr. Hon. Soc. 2; Intra. Basketball 3,4; Nat’l Hon. Soc. 3,4, Sec. 3; Float Comm. 2; Class V.P. 3,4; Class Council 3,4. Ronald Rosenberry Susan Ross JOHN SCHAFFER Rifle Club; Thespians; Coin Club; Int. Rel. Club; Art Club. ROBERTA SCHMID Pep Club 3; Folk Music Club 4. NANCY SCHREINER FHA Historian; V.P. Pep Club; Keyette Club; J.V. Hockey; V. Hockey; Drill Team. GREGORY SCHUMMERS German Club 1; Latin Club 2; Folk Music Club 3,4; Nat’l Hon. Soc. 3,4; Treas. 4; Debate Club, Treas. 3, Sec. 4; Intra. Volleyball 1; Intra. Basketball 3; V. Debate Team 3,4; HR. Rep. 1; Special Events Comm. SUSAN SCOTT Lit. Magazine 3,4. Jane Roxbrough SHERRY SEGRIST French Club 1,2,4; Pep Club 2 4; Promotion Comm. 3; Drill Team 4; Newspaper; Lit. Magazine 3; Yearbook 4. Gayle Rupert Katherine Russell RICHARD SEWELL Intra. Volleyball; Intra. Basketball. WILLIAM SEWELL Tri-Hi-Y 3; Industrial Arts Club, Treas. 3; Cross Country Track 1; Wrestling 4; HR Alt. Rep. 4. MICHAEL SHAW Football 1; V. Tennis 1,2,3. SCOTT SHEFFIELD Key Club 3,4; Latin Club 4; Football 1; Basketball 1; V. Basketball 3; V. Golf 1,2,3; HR Rep. 1,2,3. JAMES SHUMWAY Football 1; V. Football 3; JV Baseball 2; V. Baseball 3,4; Class Council 3; Madrigals 4; Dance Band 3,4; Ch. Special Events Comm. 4; D.J. FHHS 3,4. 46 Chauncey Sage Lewis Sauls Jeffry Schafer Roberta Schmid Susan Scott Sherry Segrist Nancy Schreiner Richard .Sewell Michael Shaw Scott Sheffield John Schaffer Gregory Schummers William Sewell James Shumway 47 Betsy Small Marcie Smith Mary Lee Smith Murray Smith MURRAY SMITH Int. Rel. Club, V.P., Pres.; Rocket Club; Yearbook; HR. Rep. PATRICIA SMITH French Club 2,4; Modem Dance 2; Riding Club 1,4; GAA 2; Class Finance Comm. 3. WALLER SMITH Football 1; V. Football 3; V. Wrestling; School Play. WANDA SMITH HR. Rep. 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Art Club 1,2,3,4, Treas. 4; French Club 1,2; Folk Music Club 4; Newspaper 2; Intra. Basketball 2; Intra. Volleyball 2; Junior Class Play; School Play; Scholastic Art Award Gold Key. CAROLYN SMOAK Pep Club 1,2,3; Racket Squad 1; Drill Team 2; V. Cheerleader 3; Class Treas. 2; Class Carnival Ch. 3; Prom Comm. 3; Homecoming Formal Co-Ch. 3; Christmas Decorations Ch. 2; Class Council 1 2; St. Patrick’s Day Dance 2; Homecoming Float Ch. 2; Hon. Student of the Month 2; SCA Welcoming Comm. 3; German-American Hostess 2,3. LYNN SMOKE Pep Club 1,2,3, V.P. 3; Spanish Club 1,2; Drill Team 1,2,4, Pres. 4; Class Council 2; SCA Sec. 3; Keyettes 3,4; Yearbook 3; Activities Council 3,4; Class Sec. 4. Mark Smith MARY SIMMONS Folk Music Club 3; Madrigals 4. TANYA SKAPIK Pep Club 1,4; Spanish Club 1; FHA 1; HR Rep. 1,4; Yearbook, Asst. Ed. Pub. 2; Drill Team 2; FNA 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; V. Cheer¬ leader 3; Ch. Class Dance 2; Ch. Prom Comm. 3; V.P. Class 3; Jr. Prom Princess. BETSY SMALL Pep Club; Folk Music Club; Debate Club; Drill Team; Latin Club; Art Club. MARCIE SMITH Debate Club 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2; Science Club 1,2, V.P. 1; Vice Ch. 2; Class Ed. Lit. Magazine 2; Newspaper Manag Ed. 3, Ed.-in-Chief 4; Glee Club 2. MARK SMITH Key Club 3,4; Football 1; JV Football 2; V. Football 3,4; V. Wrestling 3,4; JV Track; V. Track. MARY LEE SMITH Russian Club 2; Int. Rel. Club 3; French Club 4; Nat’l Hon. Soc. 3,4; French Hon. Soc. 3,4. Tanya Skapik Mary Simmons 48 Patricia Smith Waller Smith Wanda Smith Carolyn Smoak Lynn Smoke Stephen Snyder John Spears David Speck STEPHEN SNYDER Aqua Club 4; Intra. 4. JOHN SPEARS Rifle Club 1,2,3; Yearbook 2,3; Cross-Country Track 1,2,3; Rifle Team 1,2,3; Intra. Football 1,2,3; Intra. Basketball 1,2 3; Intra. Baseball 1,2,3. DAVID SPECK Aqua Club 4; Biology Club 2; French Club 2; V. Foot¬ ball 3; Intra. Basketball; HR. Rep. Alt. 1. Diane Sprague DIANE SPRAGUE FHA, Social Director 4; Yearbook 4. DWIGHT SQUIRES Science Club 1; Folk Music Club 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Indoor Track 2; Cross Country 2,4; SCA Rep.; Newspaper 3,4. Dwight Squires 49 Elizabeth Stanford Judy Stannard Mark Staton Kent Stephens Judith Sturcey Allison Stewart Sally Stewart Timothy Stewart Nancy Stiff Elizabeth Strickler Anita Sussky Frances Suter 50 ELIZABETH STANFORD FTA, Sec.-Treas. 3, Pres 4; Latin Club; Pep Club; Int. Rel. Club; Intra Basketball; Class Finance Comm. 3; Court Comm. 4. JUDY STANNARD MARK STATON Football 1; J.V. Baseball 1,2; V. Baseball 3,4; Basketball 1; J.V. Basketball; V. Basketball 3,4; Intra. Basketball 2,4. KENT STEPHENS Intra. Basketball 1,2; HR Rep. 7, Alt. 2. Jack Svitzer Sarah Tabb Carl Tankersley Mary Temple Duane Tenney ALLISON STEWART Pep Club 3; Spanish Club 3; French Club 2; GAA 3. SALLY STEWART Spanish Club 2; Pep Club 2,3; Folk Music Club 3. TIMOTHY STEWART Folk Music Club 4; Coin Club 4; Intra. Basketball 2; J.V. Baseball 2; V. Football 3,4; V. Baseball 3,4; Alt. HR Rep. 4; Prom Comm. 4. NANCY STIFF Pep Club 1. ELIZABETH STRICKLER Spanish Club 1,2; Int. Rel. Club 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Intra. Basketball 3. LINDA STURCEY ANITA SUSSKY FNA 2; Drama 2; Riding Club 4. I FRANCES SUTER Pep Club; Art Club; Class Treas. 3; Class V.P. 1,2. JACK SVITZER Latin Club 1; Nat’l Hon. Soc. 2; Latin Hon. Soc. 2; J.C.L. 1; Wrestling Mgr. 2; Ch. of Academic Council 1; HR Rep. 1. SARAH TABB FTA 4; FSA, Treas. 1; French Club 1; Lacrosse 1,2; Hockey A Intra. Volleyball; Prom Comm. 2; Class Play 3; Newspaper 1,2; Yearbook 4. CARL TANKERSLEY Key Club 3,4; Lettermans Club 1; Football 3 4; Wrestling 1; Int. Club Council 1; Class Council 4. MARY TEMPLE Art Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Club; Drama Club; Debate Club; Lit. Magazine. DUANE TENNEY Chess Club 2,3,4; Pres. 3,4; Math Club V.P. 3; Square Dance Club V.P. 3,4; SGA Rep. DOROTHY TEOLIS Class Council 4; Art Club 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; JCL 1,2,3,4; Science Club 1; Tennis 2; SCA Rep. 2,3. JAMES THOMPSON Aqua Club; Swim Club; Lettermans Club; Latin Club; Intramurals; SCA Rep. 51 Patsy Tierney Franklin Vazquez Leslie Vogt Allen Vollmer Stuart Updike Walter Trice Christine Timberlake Clyde Trumbore Patricia Thompson Betsy Tierney . Katherine Vogel Kevin Twomey Gary Vitt Allen Todd 52 PATRICIA THOMPSON French Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; FTA 4; J.V. Basket¬ ball 3; Intra. Basketball 4; Hockey 2. BETSY TIERNEY PATSY TIERNEY French Club 2; FNA 3; Newspaper 3; Pep Club 4; Intra. Basketball 3; SCA Alt. Rep. 2; Class Council 3,4; SCA Senator 1. CHRISTINE TIMBERLAKE Thespians, Sec., V.P.; Intra. Track; Intra. Basket¬ ball. . Activity Council; Drill Team; Class Plays. ALLEN TODD V. Track. Kristin Wain Larry Ward WALTER TRICE adio Club; Auto Club. CLYDE TRUMBORE Art Club; V. Football 3. KEVIN TWOMEY Thespians 2,3 4, Pres. 3; J.V. Wrestling 1; V. Wrestling 2; V. Tennis 3; SCA Rep. 2; SCA Alt. Rep. 3. STUART UPDIKE FRANKLIN VAZQUEZ NCO Club; Glee Club; Military drill team; Football 1; Soccer 1,2,3; Tennis 2. GARY VITT Key Club 2,3,4; Football 1; V. Football 3; Basketball 1; J.V. Basketball 2; V. Basketball 3,4; V. Track 1,2; V. Cross country 4; Intra. Basket¬ ball 1,2,4; Capt. 2,4; HR Rep. 3; Class V.P. 3; Sportsmanship Award 1. KATHERINE VOGEL French Club 1; Pep Club 1; Int. Rel. Club; Fo lk Music Club 1; SCA Alt. Rep. LESLIE VOGT ALLEN VOLLMER KRISTIN WALN FHA 1,2; Pep Club 1,3; Class Project Comm. 3; Homecoming Comm. 2. Sheri Wathen Christy Watt LARRY WARD Rifle Club 1,4; Intramurals. SHERI WATHEN CHRISTY WATT Keyette Club 3,4; Pep Club 4; Latin Club 4; Intra. Basket¬ ball 3; Intra. Volleyball 3; Junior Class Play, make-up comm. 3; HR Rep. 1,2. MICHAEL WATTS Spanish Club 1; Golf 1. KAREN WAUGH Pep Club 2,3; Literary Guild 2; Drama Club 2; Square Dance Club 3,4; Basketball 2. DAVID WEBER Basketball; Track; Golf. Michael Watts Karen Waugh David Weber 53 Jon Weissman Lucy Westover Leonard White Walter White JON WEISSMAN French Club, Treas.; Nat’l Jr. Hon. Soc. Pres.; Thes¬ pians, V.P.; Key Club; Nat’l Hon. Soc., Pres., 3,4; Fairfax Co. Council on Human Relations; Nat’l French Hon. Soc.; Track; Intramurals; Underclass Councilman; Underclass Constitution Comm., Ch.; PSG, Vice-Ch., 3; PSG Constitution Comm., Ch.; Class Election Board Ch.; Academic Council, Liaison; SCA HR. Rep.; Fairfax Co. High School Federation, Co-ordinating Ch.; Drama Crew, Director; Academic Letter; Dramatic Letter; Yearbook 4; Underclass Fort Hunt Comm. Ch. LUCY WESTOVER Co-Ch. Project Comm. 4; Newspaper 4. Edward Williamson LEONARD WHITE Art Club 1,2,3,4; Int. Rel. Club 1; Science Club 1; Lit. Magazine 3,4, Bus. Mgr. 4; Track 1. WALTER WHITE Aqua Club 4; Class Council 3. GRETCHEN WHITNEY Math Club 1; French Club 2,4; Latin Club 2; Folk Music Club 3; Gymnastics Team 1; Finance Comm. 3. 54 Phyllis Willoughby Joan Wilvert Charlotte Wineland Alana Witherow Ben Wood Charles Woodward Harry Wortman JEANNE WILD Class Treas. 1; Drill Team 4. GEORGE WILLIAMS Wrestling 1,2; Intra. Basketball 1; Golf Team 3,4; Newspaper 4. PAMELIA WILLIAMS Pep Club 1; Basketball 1; Spanish Club. RICHARD WILLIAMS Chess Club V.P.; Rifle Club, Pres.; Thespians. EDWARD WILLIAMSON Folk Music Club, Sgt.-at-Arms 3,4; Intra. Basketball 3; Jr. Finance Comm. Ch. 3; Art and Bulletin Boards Comm., Ch. 3; SCA Rep. 4. PHYLLIS WILLOUGHBY GAA 1,2; Yearbook Staff 3,4. JOAN WILVERT Riding Club 1,2,3, Pres. 2; French Club 1,2,4; Pep Club 1; Art Club 4, Activities Council Rep.; Newspaper 1; Play, Props Comm. 4. CHARLOTTE WINELAND Jr. Hon. Soc. 1,2; Art Club 1,2; Int. Rel. Club 3; French Club 1,2; FTA 3; Pep Club 1,2; SCA Rep. 2; Folk Music Club 3; Lit. Magazine 3,4; Drill Team 4. ALANA WITHEROW JV Softball 1,2; JV Basketball 2; V. Softball 3; JV Hockey 2; V. Hockey 3 4. BEN WOOD Folk Music Club; Latin Club; Track; Wrestling; Class Rep. 4; SCA. CHARLES WOODWARD V. Football 3; Intra. Basketball 2,3,4. HARRY WORTMAN HR. Rep. Alt. 1; Industrial Arts Club 1,2; Football 2; Basketball 2,3; Track 3; R.O.T.C. 3; Rifle Team 3; Outdoor Track 4. 55 David Wright Edward Wright Cynthia Young William Yearick Patricia Young Mary Yost Janet Zecca DAVID WRIGHT Radio Amateur Club 2; Rocket Club; Basketball 1; F ootball 1. EDWARD WRIGHT Science Club V.P. 2; Debate Club V.P. 4; Basketball 1; JV Basketball 2; V. Basketball 3; V. Tennis 3,4; Class Council 3,4; Nat’l French Hon. Soc. 3,4; Nat’l Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; Math Club 2; French Club 2; Photo Club 2. WILLIAM YEARICK Aquatic Club 4; Atomic Research Club 4; V. Wrestling 3. MARY YOST FNA 1,4; French Club 1,2; Thespians 3,4; Stage Mgr. Class Play 3; Yearbook 3. CYNTHIA YOUNG Activity Council 4; Class Play 2; Yearbook 3; French Club 4; FNA 4; Modem Dance Club 4. PATRICIA YOUNG Latin Club 1; SCA 1; French Club 1; Int. Rel. Club 3,4; Intra. Basketball 3; Drill Team 4. JANET ZECCA French Club 1; Pep Club 2,3,4; Folk Music Club 3; Int. Rel. Club 3; FTA 3,4. SENIORS NOT PICTURED Jeffrey Bryson Gary Clifton Richard Goodfellow William Green Justin Henry Anderson Hotchkiss Anne Miller Glen Morris Edwin Rothwell Greg Smith Arthur Strickland Theodore Walker 56 57 Seniors, year round 58 I 59 Vice-President, Janet Green; President, Michael Ranney; Secretary, Gretchen Turner; Treasurer, Barbara Trexler. Row 1. G. Butler, T. Vaughan, T. Duel, N. Evans, J. Green S. Smith, J. Gallahan, M. Politte, M. Baran, G. Turner, M. Ranney. Row 2. S. Harder, W. Hatch, R. Keniston, D. Miller, J. Wilson, L. Baron, C. Vaughan, R. Rodgers, A. Williams, T. Zook, K. Roberts. 60 Sponsor, Mr. Pattisall. Enthusiastic Juniors, knee-deep in soapsuds and brushes; Showered with plates of cookies to sell. Enthusiasm marking the paper drive sock hop the search for bottles decals for every car. Girls catching dates in Sadie Hawkins fashion; First thoughts of college — pamphlets preparation PSAT’s Climaxed by anticipation of the class rings and a hard-earned promotion for ’66. 61 Bonnie Abbott Mary Baldwin Craig Abbott William Balkman Dorothy Alexander Mary Almond Harold Arbogust Bill Banias Craig Anderson David Anderson Gary Armstrong Bonnie Armbruster Margaret Baran Marilyn Barber Jay Anderson Kathryn Ayers Christine Barton 62 Jon Bernheimer David Bovet George Brett Donald Bertsch Agnes Bowen Beth Boykin Ellen Brockett Catherine Brown Peter Besson Daniel Bishopp Wilfred Boone Linda Brown Judy Browne Sharon Bryan Joe Burdette 63 I Kevin Byrnes Debra Carrabino Sally Campbell Cathleen Caporaletti David Caporaletti Deborah Carson Patricia Carter Val Chamberlain John Chappelear Sallie Chase Thomas Chilcutt Gary Chovanec Dee Ann Christensen 64 Alice Cook Gerald Dudley Joan Farnum Terry Duel Gale Favarella Carol Covington Paula Crowder Ann Dieffenderfer Daniel Duke Mark Felices Evelyn Crandell Mary Danaher Karen Doane Charles Dusek Sharon Esposito Evelyn Ferrand Catherine Cresswell Virginia DeMarco Patrick Donnelly Pamela Emory Thomas Ferriter Cynthia Dewey Anne Donohoe John Everett 65 Experimentation—the basis for Chem. Study . . . Nancy Floyd Priscilla Fraley Christina Friese Kathleen Gallagher Judith Gallahan Ann Gaskins Eleanor Frank Laurence Gibbson Richard Freeman 66 Jere Gillan Sharon Gilchrist Gordon Gray David Green Kathleen Griffin Alice Hanlon Garner Haney Jan Gillie Jay Gimelli John Goudy David Grandinett Marilyn Grier Leslie Hannah Tom Harbert Alan Gray Sarah Hall 67 J Joseph Haskins Linda Higgason Leslie Henderson Sandra Hill Andrea Hinman Stephen Hird Robert Hoke ' Cheryl Hizer Susan Holden Horatio Holton Marcia Hunicutt Gayle Huston Pamalee Ikerd James Jackson 68 Patsy Kinnaird Michael Kenworthy Charlotte v Kirshrot Ruth Kihlgren Kathie Kerns Wayne Keyser Thomas Kissam Lisa Knudsen y Deborah Koch Sarah Kosmacki Daniel Johnston Carolyn Kilpatrick Christopher Kougias 69 William MacDonald David McKinney Douglas Markham Cynthia Livesay Clyde Locke Grant McClure Sally McClure Thomas Lonergan v Christie Ann Lupia v Vernon Lyon James McDill v Janet Mclnturff Victor McKenzie Sarah Madden sy Pamela Maddox v Barbara McNett Georgette David Mann Malnerich Linda Marsh Charles Martin Katherine Magruder Emelia Marcellino 70 Kenneth Martin Guidance material aids in early preparation for college. Susan Meyer Stephen Mial Paul Miller John Miears Jacquelyn Miller William Miller , ' Garnett Million James Milner Judith Minorv 71 Dorothy Mitchell Joan Moore Jeannie Morse Pamela Nolan . Thomas Page Timothy Page Christy Parks Sandra Parks Kim Peterson Pamela Pieper 72 Patricia Purcell Lindsey Rehmeyer Roberta Rodgers Charles Portaluppi Marianne Politte Louise Pierce Timothy Quinn Gretchen Raditic Barbara Ragland Mary Putnam Christopher Rand Kathleen Reilley Michael Ranney Laurel Ransom Albert Readyhough Pamela Rettgers David Roberts Vivian Robles Anthony Robson 73 Paulette Powell Pamela Redd Bernard Roderick Suzanne Russell Yvonne Sansom Joseph Saunders Tauni Sauvage Virginia Schulherr Juniors drive for newspapers to boost their treasury. Walter Scott Mary Sherburne Lex Shwaiko Flora Singhas Jack Singleton Shirley Shaw David Shepp 74 Nwser- ' ’ David Smith Duane Smith Elizabeth Smith Lee Smith Linda Smith Sarah Smith Patricia Snavely Marsha Snyder John Somers Linda Spinks Carolyn Sprague Michael Stallo Carol Swavely William Taylor Patrick Stanaski Malcolm Sterling David Sweitzer Genene Tadsen Drusilla Taylor Patricia Stinemates Brian Tenney Karen terHorst Merilane Thacker Robert Sundt Donna Svitzer Barbara Trexler Sam Triffy 75 SIP® 5 issp Christian Troy Patricia Turk Gretchen Turner John Vandervort William Vaughan Christa Vaughen Patricia Veal Patricia Voyles Susan Ward Charles Wellemeyer Bonnie Willgoos Douglas West Robert Westenberger Mark Wheatly Everett Whitmarsh Joyce Williams Jane Wilson Richard White Thomas Whitmarsh Rebecca Wilvert Michael Wilkenson 76 Jack Wojtanowski William Jon Worden Woodard Robert Wright Kathleen Ydeen Michael Yon Gary Zetterstrom Theodore Zook JUNIORS NOT PICTURED Lance Beebe Judith Bressler Douglas Burnes David Carmola Steven Crabill Richard Davidson James Demetroulis Samuel Dickens Mark Hazlett John Horn Michael Horrell Joseph Jaymes Bruce Jenson Andrew Johnson Mary Ellen Knight Michele Mabardy Charles Mack Judy Malpass Denis Maust Daniel Murray James New Donna Newman Kathleen O’Rourke Michael Orem David Peterson Raymond Philopena George Reed Steve Reed James Shaw Michael Sheen Patrick Talty Alice Vernon Lynnda Wood Patrick Williams Constance Zacharias 77 It takes all kinds 78 I Intriguing — ideas of Sophomores to enliven and enjoy. A deed done on a day dedicated to a great man. Hands of newsprint Joined to show that we care Row 1. P. McCurry, L. Worthington, J. McComas, C. Brown, B. King, S. Harder, M. Fraley, E. Schwartz, W. Ham. Row 2. C. Card, L. Burleson, S. Spencer, H. Kirshrot, B. Patterson, M. Cougherty, J. Andrews, S. Weissman, C. Conley, W. Armstron. 80 Alice Abel Don Allen Linda Anderson Vicki Anderson Jeffrey Andrews Pamela Andrews William Armstrong Stephen Arnhart Joceline Ash Barbara Baker Victoria Baker Andrew Baldwin Ellison Banks Bruce Barrett Diane Barrett Michael Bates William Battison Susan Baughan Gregg Beaumont Hugh Beazley Jean Becherer Susan Beer William Bennett Marianne Benson Peter Berres Christine Blakeney Anthony Bly Richard Boren Pamela Borum Timothy Boyd Evelyn Boynton Kathleen Brehony Bruce Brill Gregory Broadhurst Dale Broughton Christine Brown Ivy Brown Stephen Brown Thomas Brown Michael Bruggeman Richard Brush Ann Buchanan Aaron Burleson Therese Burley Denny Bums Francine Burton Robert Bush Elizabeth Buss 82 Harden Byrd Ann Calhoun Robert Campbell Cheryl Card Thomas Casberg Gary Caumont Frank Ceresi John Chadsey Stephanie Chambers Robert Chance Margaret Chappel Angela Chase Scott Chase Patrick Cheatham Karen Christensen Jane Clarke Walter Colbert Robert Coleman Charles Conley Jerome Cook Ruth Corley Phillip Corn Robin Crabill Elizabeth Cravens Jane Cronin William Croom Patricia Crozier Lynn Cummings Diane Curling John Curry 83 Stephen Cywin Charles Daniel John Danowski Alan Davenport Donna Davies Elizabeth Davies Susan Davies Robert Davis Teena DeBruler Michael DeCandio Louis Dirhan Richard Doane Diane Dodge William Donnelly Bruce Dell Thomas Dinser Lynn Douthwaite Brien Downing Jera Lee Duff Deborah Duke Richard Dundas Robert Duma Dona Eanes William Ecker Mark Elder Karen Eltzroth Linda Ewing Sharon Fairhurst Sandra Fanning James Farmer Suellen Dusek Cheryl Dyer Joseph Evans Gene Everett Barbara Faulkner Arthur Fawcett Sheila Felski John Feuerriegel Robert Fimiani Steven Finlayson Mary Grace Finney Kathy Flynn John Ford Jo Ann Fowler Martha Fraley Christopher Frazier Lindsay Freburg Elaine Friis 84 Robert Fulton Thomas Gaither Philip Garcia Moira Garvey Randolph Garvin Robert Godman Daniel Goers Catherine Goeser James Goodwin James Greaves Scott Greenhill Lyn Greenwood James Gribble Linda Gunn Susan Haar Cathy Hagen Leslie Hall Lynne Hall Mary Hall Thomas Hall Donna Hardin Wendy Ham Louis Heilbron Alyce Hellwig John Halperin William Halsted Stephen Hannah Susan Harder Kenneth Harper Stephen Harris Thomas Harvey John Haville Holly Helton John Hempstead Mark Herbst David Hesaltine Edwin Hicks Craig Hillis Thomas Hines Terryl Hippert Jeanne Hird Bruce Hockman Alan Hoffman Christine Hogan Barbara Hoke William Hoke Herbert Holdsambeck Alan Holland 85 Michael Hoover Charles Hopkins Michael Horn Mary Lee Houston Debbie Hower Charles Hudson Thomas Hughes Grace Hulings Lynn Hutcheson Troy Hutto Sue Hynds George Ingersoll Loyal Federals brave soggy weather at the Ft. Hunt—Mt. Vernon game. Jimmie Jackson Edward James Martin Jarvis Warren Jepson Norma Jett Kenneth Jones Mary Jones Stephanie Joy Kenneth Kanline Frederick Kay Joseph Kelly John Kennedy 86 Mary Kennedy Marilyn Kilgore Lavinia Killeen Susan Killeen Bruce King Alison Kinny Ella Sue Kirk Wayne Kirschbaum Herbert Kirshrot Marie Kissam Martha Klaasse Constance Knowles Clark Kobey Susan Kofler William Koons Stephanie Kopp Janet Kougias Marjorie Laird Kenneth Langlotz Mauro Lanzisera Flora Lawson John Lea Eleanor Leo Roy Letsen Linda Lewis Susan Lewis Douglas Linn Cheryl Livengood Quentin Lloyd Richard Lockett Nancy Long Kelley Lott Margaret Lowe Kenneth Lucas Linda Lyman Melanie McCabe Virginia McComas Penelope McCurry Joseph McDonald Patricia McGovern Joyce, McGuire Patricia McKenzie {A. Lo-t .ibv ' -v 10 Michael Maddox Donna Manger Kathryn Mannon Teig Marco William Marshall Pamela Martin 87 Kent Matthews Nikii May Jane Medico Clarence Melugin Deborah Mewshaw John Meyer Theodore Michaelis Katherine Miles Nancy Minor Janet Misdom Kathy Moffat Karen Mogan Wilson Moore Ann Moriarty Linda Morris Albert Morrison Michael Morrissey Carolyn Moy Becky Murph Kevin Murphy Linda Muther Susanne Myatt Gary Nalls Kathryn Neitzey Joan Nemeth Paulette Newman Sara Newman Kathy Newpher Donald Niemann Christine Norris Candace Norton Sheila O’Connor Bruce O’Dell Deborah Oja David Olsen John O’Malley Laura Ordoyne Edward Orenge Lesley Pack Catherine Page Locklin Page Susan Page Cynthia Paige Larry Parks Stacy Parrott Anita Parsons Elizabeth Patterson Richard Patteson 88 Carol Penzkofer Jonathan Percival Donna Picard Barbara Pierce Stephany Pierce Kyriacos Pikrallidas Nancy Pinnell Brian Porter Gemma Powell Jackson Prentice Bonnie Proctor David Pumphrey Elizabeth Putnam Sara Queen Sue Rafert Nancy Rattan William Rawson Patricia Ray Sandra Ray John Resch James Rich Rollin Rieder Patricia Ritter Patricia Rivard Pamela Roberts William Roberts Shawn Robertson Jimmy Robinson Michael Robinson James Rogers Bonita Rollins Linda Rothwell Lee Roxbrough John Roy all Karen Russell Sandra Russell Bruce Ryker Lauren Saenz Edward Sakas Karen Salo Rebecca Samuel Robert Samuel Susan Saul William Sax Henry Schrader George Schuck Ellen Schwartz Charles Seab Charles Segrist Francis Seguin David Sert Suzanne Shaffer Richard Shawn Steven Sheffield John Shelton Joseph Sheya James Shields Linda Shipman William Skinner Carl Slagle David Smith Donavon Smith Andrew Smoak Kathleen Snavely Steven Sotera Scott Spencer Deborah Sigleo Michael Simpson Dwight Smith Michael Smith Jan Stanaski Pamela Stark Duncan Stearns Elizabeth Stewart Robert Strayhome Susan Stromak John Sullivan Charleen Sunder Fish! Frogs! Fascination—the study of biology. 90 Mary Symmes Stephen Szadokierski Marianne Tate Robert Temple Leon Tenney Ella Thackston Michael Tharp Vincent Thomas Alan Thompson Deborah Thorpe Madeline Timberlake Ronnie Tobias Priscilla Traynor James Trexler Alan Unangst Jo Ann Unger Sharon Vincent Kathleen Wade Dane Wagle Kurt Wagner Normandie Ward Gerard Wardell Keith Ware John Weathers Michael Valdes Janice Varner Cheryl Walker Mary Jo Walker Stephen Weigel Steven Weissman Mark Welch Rigena Wells Lewis Wharton John White Kay Whitney Cheryl Williams Evelyn Williams Robert Williams Debbie Willoughby Ralph Wills Deanna Windham Lloyd Wineland Patricia Witherow Jere Wood Ronald Wood Douglas Woodward Stephanie Wooten Linda Worthington 91 Sylvia Wright William Wright Richard York Fred Young Kenneth Young Willow Young Constance Zeigler SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED Lucy Berg Richard Brown Clayton Bryson James Crum Paul Doerflinger Michael Dougherty William Dripps William Gardner Virginia Harrison George Hernholm Mike Horrell Jane Hubbell Colleen Kenney Linda Langlotz Christina Larkin Grant McClure Sherrie Nantz Patricia Newman Mary Parris Brian Patterson Robert Philopena Christine Richey Francis Samson Cynthia Shaw Willie Shaw Robert Sims Richard Spaine Karen Swedberg Linda Wagner Mark Welch Dudley Whitley Drew Worthy Sophomores, the building class Row 1. K. Cook, L. Goodwin, C. Harris, K. Russell, R. Rird, E. Rernat, J. Dodson, D. Brainerd, T. Sheen, B. Monday, D. Oliver. Row 2. F. Medico, M. Hays, K. Gordan, V. Simmons, L. Mansur, B. Cochran, R. Croom, K. Barton, R. Dewey, D. Williamson. New doors, thoughts, ideas — A Federal amidst papers, pens plans, projects Unbound enthusiasm — Success in the Magazine Campaign the special dance. Sports — high school competition at last! Spirits high were Freshmen. Sponsor, Mrs. Pratt 94 President, William Monday; Treasurer, Richard Williamson; Secretary, Ann Meiselman; Vice-President, Don Oliver. At the end of twenty-five minutes . . . Martha Abbott Nathan Acree Mark Adams Bruce Ainslie Virginia Alico Ann Allan John Allen Gary America Linda Ames Michael Anderson Robin Anderson Richard Andrews Scott Ashby Barbara Baldwin Martha Baldwin Bruce Banias William Banks Frank Barker Linda Barney Lynn Barry Karen Barton Darlene Bathurst George Bayles Richard Beall Donald Beavers Elaine Bemat Marville Berry Michele Berry Jack Bertron Robert Bird Arthur Bissell Gary Black Wanda Black Barbara Blake Nannie Blakeney Brenda Blyler Betty Bohon Arthur Bona Charles Bonanno Shirley Bonner Cherylann Boothe James Boren Raymond Bovet James Boykin 96 Diane Brainerd Susan Brinckmann James Brittingham Jane Brock Carol Brockett David Brown Jennifer Bruno Linda Bryant Elaine Buchanan Pamela Buchanan Elisabeth Bullard Carol Burdette Nancy Burke Cynthia Burnes Melissa Burton Jean Butchko Mary Bykerk Heather Campbell Mary Campbell Wason Campbell Gail Carlock John Carmalt Freshmen find frying frustrating. Cynthia Chadsey Mary Chapman Jennifer Chennault Sarah Chloupek Candace Chrisinger Charles Clark Deborah Clark Douglas Clark Frederick Cler James Clinkenbeard Bryant Cochran James Cohen Arnita Coleman Wendy Collier 97 John Connell Kenneth Cook Robert Copeland Catherine Corbin Wendi Cornwell Terry Cox Willie Cox Lindsay Coxe Bonnie Craigmile Linda Cranford Thomas Crockett Russel Groom Daniel Cummins Joan Cushing Kurt Cushwa Timothy Danaher Marcia Daniels Janet Davidson Linda Davis Michael Davis Stuart Davis Jerry De Michele Rebecca Dempsey Katherine Deneke Lynn Denney Richard Deranek Carol Detwyler James Dewey Susan Dodge Jeanne Dodson Bruce Dones Kathryn Dones Evelyn Dripps Sharon Duff Jamie Duley Paul Eckley Charles Edwards Elaine Elder Elizabeth Ellis Edwin Embrey Jay Endahl John Endahl Christine Erickson Deborah Erickson Carolyn Esposito Marilyn Estes Henry Evans Stephen Evans William Ewing Carol Fall Jeffrey Farnum Marsha Faucette Marcia Fede Karen Felski Valerie Ferguson Tonja Fiegel 98 Charles Filby Cheryl Fippen Karen Fitton Jan Flakowicz Carlton Fletcher Jean Flood Sheryl Floyd Bewildered freshmen scratch up answers. Nancy Folk Jerry Ford LaWanda Fox David Fraunfelter Olivia Frazier Julia Friend Marcia Fruehauf Janis Fry Byron Galentine Charles Gallagher Sheila Garcia Mary Garner Roberta Garrison Gary Gates Barbara Geiger Michael Gibson Donald Gilbert Kathryn Giles Patricia Gober Sally Godman Cari Gonzalez Paul Gonzalez Mark Goodrich Linda Goodwin Patricia Goudy Marion Graves Joan Gray Richard Gray Robert Green Karen Grovert Barbara Gunter Jeffrey Gurski Mimi Gustaves 99 i Erwin Halbrook Edith Hall Marjorie Hall Glenard Hammack Deborah Hanzlik David Harbert Helen Hardbower Virginia Harper Mary Harris Robert Harry George Harvey James Haskell Kathryn Hatch Thomas Hatchell Diana Hayes Mark Hays Lee Ann Hebert Kathy Henderson Terrence Hertz Gary Hicks Sandra Hicks Mark Hill Tamara Hill Pamela Hillard Mary Hines Robert Hobart Kathryn Hobbs Wendy Hockeborn Daniel Hoehne Wayne Holden Norma Holland Phyllis Holleman Thomas Horn Darlyne Houck Deborah Houston Spencer Howard Jon Howell Colin Huddleston Bruce Huester Stanley Hughes Adolph Humphreys Susan Hunt Pamela Huntley William Huyett Barbara Ikenberry Barbara Jackson Gordon Jackson Carol Jaenicke Eric Jaffe Diane Jeffrey Barry Jepson Sheila Jewart Thomas Joerg Jennifer Johnson Judith Johnson Daryl Joline 100 Lisa Jones Valerie Jones Kathleen Kaufman Stephen Kavaljian Rosemary Kelly Cynthia Kemp Bruce Kent A wry expression accompanies an unexpected ending. Ann Killeen Lynn Kindel John King Stephen King Gail Kissam Deborah Knight Wesley Knollenberg Mary Kozaczka Karen Kristoferson Michael Krothe William Lancaster Patricia Lane John Langlotz Kevin Lanigan Christina Larson Ruth Lee Frederick Leiby Walter Lent Deborah Lewis Rebecca Lewis Ann Liming 101 Terry Linton Joyce Lisk Karyn Lloyd John Locke Sandra Ludwig David Lupia Martha Lurker Of course, there’s an art to peeling shrimp. Reginald Lyles Richard McCrea Thomas McDonald Cynthia McDougall Patrick McHugh Roderic McKinney Jeffrey McKnight Suzanne McLaughlin Patricia McLinden Andrew McMurry Gary McNett Susannah Madden Robert Maddock Raymond Mahaney Michael Maixner Joseph Malnerich Elizabeth Mansur Anthony Marshall Robert Martin Virginia Martin Alice Masters Britton Mayo Fred Medico Elizabeth Meiselman Gregory Merrick Pamela Meyer John Miller Paula Misdom Stephen Misenheimer 102 John Mitchell Craig Mock William Monday Deborah Monroe Jacqueline Moore Victoria Moore Ronald Moquin Marilyn Moriarty Yvonne Moriarty Shirley Moure Bruce Mueller Helen Myers Brian Nacci Victoria Nankervis Aftab Nazeer Salma Nazeer Judy Neff Dianna Neil Jean Nelson Victoria Nelson Carolyn New William Newman Carl Norton Arthur Nylen Richard Obenschain Joseph O’Connor Nancy O’Dell David Ofiesh John Ogas Deanna O’Keefe Donald Oliver Jaquelin Olson Marti Osborne Barbara O’Tool Richard Otten Signe Pabst Sigurd Packard Alexis Page Jerry Park Mary Parker Heather Parkin Douglas Parnell Phillip Parrish Pamela Parsons Edwin Pease Carol Peele David Peterson Ronald Peterson Gwendolyn Petteway Charles Phifer Kathleen Phillips Valerie Phillips Philip Pieper Dana Pierce Douglas Plank David Post 103 Sharon Potter Martin Powers Michael Powers Florence Price Cheryl Pringle Kirk Purcell Linda Purcell Sparks of inspiration evoke eager answers. Barbara Putnam Catherine Quant Virginia Randolph Donna Rauscher Ronald Rauscher Elizabeth Ray Catherine Readyhough Calvin Remsberg Linda Rice George Rodgers Douglas Roper Thomas Rose Carol Ross Dorothy Rothman Tina Rusan Kristine Russell Sharon St. Clair Stanley Saliga Eric Salo Betsy Scales William Schell 104 Boyd Schinlever William Schreier Anne Schulherr William Scruggs Sherryl Senna Jewell Shaffer Charlotte Shaffier David Shanahan Richard Shaw Timothy Sheen Karen Shepp John Shetterly Sarah Shumway Lynn Shwaiko Carol Sibley Stephanie Sides Vernon Simmons Catherine Smith William Smith Joan Snavely Valerie Snyder Rose Soapes Jane Somerville Gary Sorber Richard Spears Linda Spencer James Spry Barbara Stewart Charles Stinson Jane Struder Gail Sunder Michael Susskind Edward Taylor Jane Taylor Virginia Temple Clifford Thomson Beverly Timberlake Diana Timberlake Stuart Todd Mary Tringali Martha Triplett Catherine Tureman Amanda Tyler Edward Unger Mary Updike Reginald Van Zee Christina Vaughen Cheryl Via John Vincent Margaret Vincent Kathy Vogel Lynn Vollmer James Voyles Fredrick Wall George Ward Richard Ward 105 Thomas Warden Linda Watson Cheryl Waugh Linda Webb Penny Webb Kim Webster Janis Weinstein Peter Welch Wendell Westover Martha Wheaton Ann White Thomas White Rebecca Whitson George Williams Wendy Williams Richard Williamson David Wilson Stephen Wilson Sandra Windsor John Wood Timothy Woodward Patricia Worthington Mary Wortman Linda Wright Susan Ydeen David Yemington Gail Yemington Heather Young Jefferson Young Larry Young Yvonne Zecca Leslie Zetterstrom Carol Zigerelli FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED Maria Arvan Lois Aseman Robert Boyles John Bridges Thomas Coiro Mark D’Angelo Ronald Davis Peter Deets Sally Dodge Steven Eng Russell Gorham Patricia Gorman James Hardin Brian Johnson Katherine Jordan James Keen Toni Keen James Larkin Grant McClure Dwight McFarland Eddie Mclnturff Woodrow Mial Annette Michaelis Ernesto Monti Raymond Parks Dermis Pascal Karl Penny Frank Persons Donald Rosenberry Nancy Scott Robert Small Michael Smith John Spencer Arthur Starkey Paul Timmerberg Robert Warren Geoffrey Williams 106 107 Folded in conference at the beginning of the year, anxious to listen and suggest. Demanding attention, demonstrating ideas, cheeking for group approval. Creating, promoting, advertising future ambitions for fun and profit. r D. Oliver, president, I. Murray, first vice president, L. Buck, second vice president, S. Esposito, secretary, P. Andrews, treasurer. Student Council Students were offered their first opportunity to par¬ ticipate collectively in a student government this year, as Fort Hunt became a member of the Virginia Co¬ operative Association. Headed by capable officers and diligent committees, the student body united to achieve various goals as demonstrated by such projects as the successful magazine drive, the Six Days of the Great Pumpkin, the Christmas canned food drive, a Foreign Exchange Program, and a Fort Hunt Honor Week. Spirits high, the SCA also published a student directory, decorated the school for Christmas, and added a stu¬ dent court, flag pole, movie screen, masonry marker, and several reading machines. Participation in the State SCA convention and the unceasing efforts of the entire student body built the foundation for Fort Hunt’s SCA in the years to come. no m «-■ " ' pp m - mtm ' i - -%mz tm. £ 3 WM 3 W W-J- ■ 3M 33 IMMPS8 ' •M I? ; " 5 « m wmm ip m ; ? w w " - m mm mm .... S m ■ ... MOMMWMMI CM—i —i W —I—■!— IMUMBBUli 1HIIUMIIIIIWI— 1MI I ill Iliiia Bana sm» ms w m • ' »• : rm mmmmmwmm mm wmm mmmmmm «■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ Delegates Rote 1. J. Cullen, S. Ashby, T. Hill, C. Detwiler, R. Anderson, E. Bemat, C. Lupia, D. Bona, E. Banks, M. Politte. Row 2. J. Weissman, L. Barco, C. O’Connor, J. Queen, E. Williamson, J. Feuerrigel, S. Gary, R. Rodgers, A. Parsons, S. Hall. Row 3. E. Bautz, L. Coxe, I. Murray, E. Nelson, M. Valdez, M. Bruggman, D. Squires, J. Royal, W. Battison, R. Wells, M. Harder, B. McNett, J. Wood, G. Behlmer, B. Harris, J. Gille, J. Battle, D. Grandinett. Alternates Row 1. D. Biondi, V. McComas, P. Myer, B. Hadden, C. Jones, C. Seab, G. Martin, B. Banias. Row 2. M. Hoover, A. Hepburn, V. Murph, S. McKenzie, B. Kent. Row 3. P. Tierney, P. Gober, K. terHorst, K. Moffat, T. Skapik, J. Nelson, S. Gary. Rote 4. S. Dusek, D. Oliver, S. Ashby. Rote 5. D. Finlayson, C. Houston. Row 6. W. Ecker, C. Remsberg. Rote 7. J. Voyles, V. Nankervis, M. Barber, J. Gillie. 1 1 1 Committee Chairmen Academic Council Row 1. J. Shumway, special events, C. Harvey, building and grounds, G. Knowles, program, N. Ward, arts and bulletin boards, G. Butler, publicity. Row 2. C. Hofler, orientation, N. Evans, hospitality. R. Svitzer, chairman, B. Armbruster, French Honor Society, P. Beighley, National Honor Society, A. Miller, Latin Honor Society, H. Phillips, Spanish Honor Society, Mr. Connolly, sponsor. 112 Miss Ratzsch, sponsor, M. Burrill, Y. Sansom, P. Crowder, S. Campbell, V. Howells, manager, K. Barricklow, A. Williams, J. Morse, L. Nylen, R. Kihlgren, N. Shaw, M. Thacker, S. Shaw, S. Bryan, C. Coleman, S. Russell. The Block “Buy the Block!” was a well-known phrase to students at the beginning of the year as block-sellers went from homeroom to homeroom collecting orders. Three pub¬ lications packaged into one, the Block offered the Fortress, Front Line, and Turret for $8, payable in two installments. The purpose of the block was to help increase the quality of the publications without demanding the publications to compete with each other to raise adequate funds. The plan was a great success, selling over 1,200 subscriptions. 113 the fortress Cameras, layout sheets, snapshots, and a pressing dead¬ line, designate room 106 as the construction point of the fortress. To present the real spirit of Fort Hunt is the challenge accepted by the yearbook staff, who have shot unexpected candids, covered sports activities and major events, and worked diligently all year to capture a meaningful memory for each graduating and upcom ing student. Originality, in theme and presenta¬ tion, and an emphasis on simplicity, injected with high standards for publication, mark the completion of the fortress as a successful climax to well-kept secrets and eager expectations. Miss Ratzsch, sponsor. Row 1. A. Williams, M. Almon, J. Morgan, P. Kougias, Miss Ratzsch, sponsor. Row 2. T. Ferriter, C. Price, C. Remsberg, M. Hunicutt, G. Turner, W. Ecker, N. Evans. Row 3. J. Feuerriegel, M. Baran, S. Kosmacki, S. Cissel, E. Marcellino, D. Sprague, E. Booth, C. Hall, C. Lupia, K. Irwin. Row 4. D. McKinney, C. Kneyse, P. Crowder, L. Nylen, S. Campbell, T. Sauvage, M. Carr, M. Burton, D. Finlayson, P. Glass, T. Ferriter. Row 5. T Jefferson, C. Naczkowski, T. Duel, C. Graves, N. McNair, M. Gunderson, D. McQuade, C. Haaheim, J. Edwards, E. Banks, K. Ayers, R. Rodgers. Row 6. G. Hugunin, B. Pinnell, R. Kurtz, J. Weissman, C. Cresswell, S. Gary, K. Tabb, P. Koons, C. Brown, M. Houston, J. Moore, M. Fede, V. Harper. 1 14 Row 1. N. Evans, features, M. Almon, editor-in-chief, M. Baran, junior class, P. Kougias, senior class. Row 2. G. Turner, features, J. Feuerriegel, freshman class, P. Koons, index, D. Finlayson, sports, G. Hugunin, photography, J. Morgan, class section, T. Duel, facidty, T. Jefferson, organiza¬ tions, A. Williams, art 6- layout. Missing. J, Edwards, sophomore class, C. Price, typing, P. Glass, literary. Editor, Marty Almon, con¬ sults Mr. Robertson about a pressing deadline. 1 15 The Front Line Row 1. F. Nazeer, K. Kerns, K. terHorst, P. Stinemates. Row 2. J. Nickols, D. Zacharias, S. Gary, L. Baron, B. Rusan, D. Squires, M. Smith, A. Pfeiffer. Row 3. F. Clark, T. Sauvage, D. Beebe, B. Coulter, L. Westover, A. Hoffman, J. Crum, R. Williams, R. Hoke, W. Taylor, P. Carlson. The Front Line, Fort Hunt’s prize-winning student news¬ paper, strives to effectively present news and sports, to entertain through feature articles, and to editorially mould student opinion, while offering a forum for dis¬ cussion. The Front Line was written and edited ex¬ clusively by students taking the pilot courses in Jour¬ nalism I and II. Editorial controversies this year have concerned senior privileges, faculty apathy regarding organizations, and the senior class prom. 116 Sponsors Mr. Pattisall, Mr. Higgison. Editors S. Pieper, art, P. Stinemates, news, D. Squires, sports, B. Rusan, co-feature, A. Pfeiffer, managing editor, 1. Smith, editor-in-chief, D. Galentine, co-feature. 117 i Editors Susie Einbinder and Turret sponsor, Mr. Kladitis, discuss a submission to the magazine. uTk ] ' I -. " g 1 M. Bernat, art editor, C. Adams, co-business manager, L. White, co-business manager, M. Temple, co-business manager, S. Einbinder, editor-in-chief, B. Abbott, assistant editor. 1 18 ■ Row 1. S. Einbinder, S. Milosovic, M. Temple, D. Essex, R. Kurtz, C. Smith, Mr. Kladitis, sponsor, C. Covington, S. Fairhurst, D. Zacharias, Goeser. Row 2. P. Voyles, B. Abbott, L. White, G. Adams, B. Bemat, W. M. Bemat. The Turret, the art- literary magazine, is Fort Hunt’s opportunity to publish its literary and artistic efforts. Its aims are to promote writing of poetry, short stories, and essays. In March the Turret staff attended the Columbian Scholastic Press Conference at Columbia University and entered a copy of our magazine in the nation-wide contests there. 119 N.H.S. Bookstore—Increasing sales have improved the modest beginnings of the N.H.S. Bookstore. The National Honor Society Sponsors, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Chambers, Mrs. Watkins, Mr. Schloemer. 120 Row 1. P. Seab, F. Lyon, D. Oliver, L. Baron, secretary, G. Schummers, treasurer, J. DeFrees, lst-vice-president, J. Weissman, president, R. Norton. Row 2. T. Duel, C. Cresswell, M. Almon, C. O’Connor, C. Graves, P. Willoughby, S. Brockett, S. O’Connor, H. Martin. Row 3. A. Carlton, M. Hart, M. King, S. Davis, C. Houston, L. Barco, J. Green, B. Armbruster. Row 4. D. Bird, M. Reilly, D. Bovet, J. Schafer, J. Worden, B. Horn, H. McComas, E. Wright, P. Beighley, Academic council representative, R. Svitzer. A small gold pin with the letters CSLS identifies them, but National Honor Society members are better known for the qualities represented by those letters — character, scholarship, leadership, service. The character of the members is a guide for young Americans; they have set a high precedent for coming classes. To aid scholar¬ ship, the Honor Society offered tutoring and seminar programs. Honor Society members are recognized in leadership as initiators, reformers, advisers, seeking to better themselves, their school, and their community. The Honor Society rendered service by raising a col¬ lege scholarship fund through College Clinic, by show¬ ing a film of a Shakespearean play, and by organizing a school pape r-back book store. These four goals are the National Honor Society’s guideposts down the path of honor and a better life for all. 121 At French Honor Society Inductions, the new members are called creme de la creme both for their character and their understanding of the language. Using these attributes, members have set a goal of increasing in¬ terest in French, starting the year with a French lunch table at which only French was spoken. Foremost, the French Honor Society sponsored six French films to be shown once a month. The successful ticket sales in¬ dicated that the society had fulfilled its goal of in¬ creased interest in French. French Honor Society Ipp , •m s ; 1 P BKT3 A Row i. A. Lesher, M. Politte, D. Carson, M. Gunderson, B. Armbruster, treasurer, Madame Nelson, co-sponsor. Row 2. D. Bovet, president, H. McComas, D. Bird, E. Wright, S. Smith, T. Sauvage, J. Weissman, K. terHorst, C. Cresswell, secretary, P. Witherow, C. Knowles, Madame South, co-sponsor. 122 Spanish Honor Society Row 1. G. Gullette, vice president P. Beighley, president, H. Phillips, Academic Council represen¬ tative. Row 2. D. Green, P. Campbell, S. McGovern, J. Bonner, J. Clark, P. Seab. Row 3. J. Green, R. Wells, S. Campbell, L. Barco. Row 4. N. Floyd, T. Duel, S. Davis. To prove their diligence in the study of Spanish, the Spanish Honor Society, along with the rest of the school, hosted seventeen exchange students from South America in a program singularly outstanding in the 1964-65 school year. They further imported Spanish culture through slides, films, and spicy dinners. Adding, color to the walls of Fort Hunt with a bright “Ole!”, they have enriched the mechanics of learning the Spanish tongue. 123 German Honor Society Row 1. P. Beckman, B. Boykin. Row 2. D. Beebe, D. Carson, J. Kozaczka, P. Redd. Row 3. M. Smith, S. Page, M. Houston, P. Willoughby, C. Price, R. Rodgers, C. Graves, R. Adams, E. Buss, C. Lightsey. Row 4. K. Martin, C. Hillis, At. Simpson, S. Nemeth, T. Jefferson, E. Whitmarsh, L. John¬ son, M. Kenworthy. flljr If ffmfr Kt w’ m Row 1. K. Martin, M. Houston. Row 2. E. Whitmarsh, G. Lightsey, P. Redd. Row 3. P. Willoughby, E. Ray, B. Buss. Row 4. M. Smith, S. Page, C. Graves, R. Adams. Row 5. J. Gillie, L. Johnson, M. Kenworthy, K. Beckman, M. Simpson. German Club The German Honor Society supplemented their ac¬ tivities with the German Club by visiting the Embassy in Washington, dining at restaurants, and having in¬ formative lectures. Scholarship and fun can be com¬ patible as these students certainly have illustrated . . . to learn is to do. 124 Latin Club . 1 fi w MW T " t Jh| m ' Mf- WP IJ§§§ i mSm ' -TNjjl HI " ’ ■ m ; w $ 1 Row 1. R. Svitzer, J. DeFrees, president, P. Glass, vice president, 5. Acree, secretary-treasurer, D. Broughton, W. Battison, S. Evans, G. Hicks, Q. Lloyd, A. Hanlon. Rote 2. E. Marcelinno, M. Janies, L. Hall. Row 3. J. Everett, D. Grandinett, G. Brett, W. Hatch, J. Medico, S. Killeen, J. Brown, P. Snavely, A. White, R. Samuel, M. Morrissey, C. Zacharias. Row 4. H. Hutchins, E. Schwartz, A. Tyler, S. Sides, F. Lawson, J. Moore, D. Woodward, S. Smith, I. Murray. Rote 5. W. Howzdy, C. Clark, M. Barber, V. McComas, A. Headstrom, P. Lawson, E. Ham- mersley, A. Miller, W. Smith. Rote 6. S. Sheffield, K. Lloyd, C. Hud¬ dleston, R. Moquin, J. O’Connor, J. Heard. Latin Honor Society “Cantemus!” —“Jingle Bells,” “Deck the Halls,” sung in Latin by the club members filled the halls and class¬ rooms with Christmas cheer. The Ides of March have it! The first Roman Banquet in Caesar’s style marked the date as the Fort Hunt chapter of the junior Clas¬ sical League paraded to the feast in togas, capturing the charm and antiquity of early Roman culture. Ad Legationem! The climax of activities was a-trip to the Italian Embassy where a better understanding of Rome — past and present — was achieved. The Club mem¬ bers have, without a doubt, shown that Latin does live. Row 1. J. Browne, S. Smith, P. Stanaski, G. Schummers, A. Miller, Academic Council representative, P. Snavely, E. Hammersley, E. Marcellino. Row 2. J. DeFrees, R. Svitzer, president, S. Acree, Mrs. Hall, sponsor. 125 Key Club Row 1. R. Goodman, E. Wright, Mr. Lyons, sponsor. Row 2. R. Dennehy, J. Weissman. Row 3. W. Vaughn, C. Har¬ vey, vice president. Row 4. J. Shum- way, C. Tankersley, H. McComas, secre¬ tary. Row 5. D. Oliver, S. Nemeth, J. Ford. Row 6. B. Grieb, W. Berg, R. Meyer, T. Stewart. Rote 7. T. Bautz, R. Svitzer, B. Myers, M. King, I. Murray, A. Booth, treasurer, P. Barry. Row 8. M. Harder, G. Butler, R. Andrews, president, W. Horn, J. Anderson, S. Sheffield, D. Bird, G. Vitt. With cooling sweat and the slice of a blade through air and lumber, the Key Club readied firewood for sale. Not only did members prevent pre-game traffic jams but, during games, original cheers were heard as the members urged the teams to victory. A Key Club effort sold Kiwanis Christmas trees, put wood and warmth into Gum Springs’ homes, and lighted the band’s music stands. The Key Club served. 126 Row 1. D. Johnson, T. Duel, vice-president, D. Bell, president, A. Carlton, Schreiner, J. Beal, L. Buck, S. Keith. Row 3. A. Pfeiffer, B. Armbruster, historian, E. Hall, treasurer, C. Hofler, secretary. Row 2. Mrs. Hall, spon- C. Cresswell, L. Hannah, M. Politte, N. Evans, S. Russell. sor, E. Booth, C. Hynds, S. McGovern, K. Kirk, G. Boyd, J. DeFrees, N. Serving this year in numerous ways, the Keyettes gave pert boutonnieres for the top administrators on the first day of school. They served in the community with an elaborate Christmas party for 250 children of Gum Springs and they made stuffed toys for the children’s hospital in Alexandria. They adopted an Indian child, and they donated money to a fund for the building of a school overseas for the Peace Corps. Ever-active, orig¬ inal, and resourceful, the 1965 Keyette Club reported a low treasury, but a deserving motto: ‘We Serve!” Keyettes 127 Debate Team G. Knowles, D. Muth, G. Schummers, J. Queen, Miss Poland, sponsor, E. Wright, H. McComas, I. Murray. 1 D. Smith, W. Henzey, S. Queen, E. Nelson, T. Luebke. 128 FHHS boasts one club whose success is certainly not debatable, the Debate Club. There may be much con¬ troversy among its members, but they are all proud of the honors achieved in the University of Virginia Debate Conference, bringing back one championship, three distinguished, and four honorable mentions. Both affirmative and negative debaters, acknowledge that organization, experience, and practice are three vital assets to a good debater. Debate Club Row 1. C. Conerat, E. Small, I. Murray, treasurer, E. Nelson, J. Queen, president, G. Knowles. Rou) 2. T. Luebke, P. Seab, J. Battle, F. Lyon, E. Wright, vice-president, H. McComas, D. Muth. Row 3. H. Chum, W. Henzey, A. Pfeiffer, C. Hines, D. Duke, A. Smith. Roto 4. Miss Poland, sponsor, S. Russell, D. Bennett, F. Nazeer, G. Schummers, secretary. 129 - Row 1. P. Glass, T. Duel, K. Irwin. Row 2. A. Pfeiffer, M. Almon, P. Rusan, T. Jefferson. Quill and Scroll Stinemates, C. Price. Row 3. R. Squires, M. Smith, B. Quill and Scroll, the International Honorary Society for high school journalists, is reserved as a distinct honor for those publications staff members who meet the basic requirements established by the society and its local chapters. Open to juniors and seniors, the society inducts students who rank in the upper third of their class and who have demonstrated superior work in their phase of journalism. All prospective members must be recom¬ mended by their publication supervisor and approved by the Executive Secretary of the Society. A new ad¬ dition to Fort Hunt this year, the purpose of the club is to recognize excellence and promote journalism throughout the year. 130 All those who enjoy drama must someday make the de¬ cision whether or not to enter the magic world of the theater or to remain always on the outside looking in. The Thespian Society seeks to aid them in their choice. The club has sponsored several school theatrical pro¬ ductions including: The Lottery, which was entered in competition with the Virginia High School League and James Thurber’s classic Many Moons, for the Chil¬ dren’s Festival. The Thespians rounded out their ac¬ tive year with a visit to one of the professional theaters for a performance followed by a backstage tour. National Thespians Row 1. V. Howells, treasurer, J. Bressler, secretary, C. Catchpole, president, Hams, M. Angel, E. Weeks, W. Smith, R. Kurtz, A. Pfeiffer, W. Henzey, F. Nazeer, scribe. Row 2 . W. Kayser, H. Hutchins, N. Jett, K. terHorst, M. Yost, V. Schulherr. Row 4. Mrs. Roper, sponsor, I. Murray, J. Schaffer, S. Evans, A. Hanlon, T. Ferriter, J. Rainey, G. Gullette. Row 3. R. Wil- A. Fogleman, J. Weissman. 131 Pep Club Row 1. V. Murph, G. Raditic, D. Broughton, D. Windham, M. McCabe, L. Mother, C. Livengood, C. Vaughen, S. Pierce, V. Howells, S. Holden, N. Schreiner, P. McGovern, B. Cravens, P. Veal, R. Kihlgren. Row 2. J. Zecca, K. Faught, P. Beckman, J. Miller, R. Levey, V. Rasmussen, S. Ludwig, C. Jaenicke, G. Randolph, T. Russell, K. Ayers, P. Pieper, D. Desmond, J. Becherer, P. Stinemates, A. Hall, S. Moore. Row 3. Mr. Rizzo, sponsor, Mrs. Pratt, sponsor, V.Snyder, K. Doanes, A. Buchanan, P. Hickey, J. Wilson, A. Page, D. Dougherty, L. Heady, R. Anderson, L. Vogt, S. Moysey, P. Carter, C. Gainer, S. Haar, S. Gary, M. Thacker, H. Hutchins. Row 4. B. Stewart, B. Murph, E. Leo, N. Shaw, L. Page, P. Crowder, S. Segrist, J. Carlson, B. Rusan, S. Hanzlik, A. Teolis, M. Bykerk. On ladders S. Russell, M. Baran, C. Lupia, E. Hammersley, vice president, S. Cissell, C. Hofler, president, L. Knudsen, B. Ragland, S. Kosmacki, N. Patteson, C. Clark, C. Sprague, G. Malnerich, M. Huneycutt, C. Watt, G. Boyd, treasurer, L. Barber, P. Shaffer, secretary, N. Evans, J. Misslbeck, F. Nazeer, S. Russell. “Who’s got the team that’s got the spirit?” ... is easily answered by the hundreds of the green and white re¬ minders placed throughout the school by the enthu¬ siastic boosters of the Pep Club. Footballs for lockers and team room decorations extended a victory attitude to the team, backers, and everyone who visited Fort Hunt during the football season. Girls dressed in foot¬ ball jerseys, carrying a stuffed canvas opponent, be- seiged the cafeteria with the spirit of an upcoming game. Banners, buttons, posters, and pennants relayed the feeling of spirit behind the basketball, baseball, wrestling, track, and hockey events, as the Pep Club furnished cheer sheets for fans to cheer their teams to victory. Concluding the year’s activities, the Pep Club purchased a bulletin board for the gym lobby to honor the “Spiriter of the Month.” 132 Tri-Hi-Y “Excitement-plus” was the theme as thirty-five students and Mrs. Gibbens were officially chartered as the Tri- Hi-Y of Fort Hunt High. Full of ideas, later released as projects, the girls enthusiastically sold tingling mints, provided curtains for faculty lounges, and as a part of the YMCA helped create an atmosphere of good will in their community. Row 1. L. Hannah, president. Row 2. L. Worthington, secretary, V. Murph, vice president. Row 3. C. Livesay, chaplain, C. Lupia, treasurer, M. Barber, co-historian, D. Fletcher, co-historian. Row 4. K. Whitney, M. Timberlake, sergeant-at-arms, C. Catchpole, B. Murph. Row 5. C. Livesay, P. Emory, D. Dunn, C. Kirshrot. Row 6. S. Brockett, T. Skapik, C. Brown, B. Stewart, B. Boykin, J. Mitchell. Row 7. Mrs. Gibbens, sponsor, S. Gary, E. HalL D. Carson, B. Ragland, V. Howells, R. Rodgers. Row 8. L. Smith, P. Crowder, M. Tate, L. Barco, C. Hogan, J. Misdom, N. Patteson, S. Kosmacki. 133 International Relations Club Hungary, Cuba, China, the world, invited here in films and words have in turn created student awareness of international relations. With a calendar filled with activities, the International Relations Club raised en¬ thusiasm for foreign affairs throughout the school. Through the efforts of their club, Latin America greeted the Feds in displays and programs, but especially in people, for Fort Hunt-country welcomed the largest for¬ eign exchange delegation, of any high school in the United States. IRC thoughts and actions studied the world. Row 1. A. Smith, L. Lucas, J. Schaffer, S. Nemeth, T. Luebke, L. Kingery. Row 2. G. Gullette, president, D. McQuade, secretary, J. Percival, treasurer, F. Nazeer, activity council representative. Row 3. Mrs. Kent, sponsor, E. Sakas, P. Gurnow, P. Hickey, K. Kanline, B. Percival, K. Vogel, J. Clarke, K. Reilley. Row 4. Mr. Combs, sponsor, J. Lea, E. Nelson, J. Griffin, C. Baker, D. Martin. 134 Row 1. T. Zook, J. Horn, C. Livesay, E. Banks, J. Gillie, J. Shields, D. Squires, M. Tringali. Row 2. M. Horn, K. Langlotz, L. Brown, J. Bryson, president, B. Baker, vice president, M. Kenworthy, C. Hillis, M. King, J. Bernheimer. Rote 3. F. Nazeer, B. Myers, L. Hall, S. MacKenzie, E. Williamson, S. Moysey, R. Rodgers, S. Webb, Mr. Chamblee, sponsor, G. Adams. Row 4. Mr. Blevins, sponsor, J. Moore, K. Jones, R. Shawn, W. Kirschbaum, C. Graves, W. Smith, J. Robinson, B. King. Folk Music Club Those melodious tones you may have heard floating down the corridors every Monday afternoon were not from the family phonograph but from the forty tal¬ ented Folk Club members. Perhaps some day we may hear them on the Top Hits records. They have re¬ peatedly thrilled the student body with their perform¬ ances both at school and abroad. 135 Science Club Strange creatures came out of hiding on the night ol December eighteenth. Their three eyes riveted to the heavens, the members of the Science Club watched an eclipse of the moon using their third eye, a telescope. In their efforts to bring science closer to the student, they have initiated a program of weekly science activities consisting of student speakers and visiting scientists. In addition, they have sponsored a science exhibit for the school and have participated in several field trips. Martin, secretary, H. Arbogust, J. Battle, treasurer, W. Fleming, Mr. Bishopp, sponsor, A. Holland. 136 Row 1. J. Friend, G. Zetterstrom, vice president, R. Green, M. Goodrich, G. Gates, B. O’Dell, T. Sheen, J. O’Malley. Row 2. R. McCrea, C. Clif¬ ford, president, D. Larson, S. Killeen, D. Bertsch, D. Lupia. Row 3. K. Row 1. J. Stanaski, D. Desmond, M. Smith, M. Valdes. Row 2. E. Nelson, chairman, S. Pease, vice chiarman, M. Welch, J. Gainer, secretary-treasurer. Rocket Club October, 1964, was the date the Miss Lake 1 thrust up¬ wards into the air attaining an altitude of one and one-half miles. Other Miss Lakes followed. Experi¬ mental fuels prepared by the members themselves pow¬ ered other missiles, as the Rocket Club delved farther into outer limits — equipped with scores of ideas and hopes, and aiming towards infinite possibilities. Experimental rocket blasts off successfully from Camp Pickett. 137 ■ . J yy i I Row 1. I. Murray, L. Page, J. Henry, P. Besson, L. Holten, S. Bryan, S. Russell, secretary-treasurer, J. Farnum, F. Nazeer, K. Whitney, D. Brough¬ ton, M. Houston. Rote 2. A. Hoffman, E. Unger, R. Wright, C. Kobey, D. Muth, C. Brown, M. McCabe, K. Martin, P. Newman, G. Brett. Row 3. S. Finlayson, R. York, S. Spencer, R. Durna, M. Bond, N. Cornwell, P. Iaderosa, L. Ramson, D. Woodward. Ski Club Snow crunched under their skis and the biting wind lashed their bodies as they sped down snow slopes. Members of the Ski Club reflected upon a year of deep powder and “bomb” skiing in Maryland and Penn¬ sylvania. Skiing conditions had to be just right as they swept through another year. 138 Guided by Mr. Houser, the Riding Club strives to cul¬ tivate an active interest in all phases of horses and horsemanship. A series of lectures, sponsored by the club, were held covering subjects from equitation to riding apparel. Members were given a chance to im¬ prove their riding as well as to enjoy the sport during monthly morning rides that were held at the Wood- lawn Plantation Polo Club. Riding Club Row 1. L. Anderson, P. Lawson, M. Gustaves, K. Barton, T. Sauvage, B. Hoke, K. Ayers, F. Nazeer. Row 2. E. Patterson, L. Hall, L. Aszman, S. Shumway, P. Turk, E. Booth, vice president, M. Updike, president, D. Fleek, secretary, L. Kindel, Mr. Houser, sponsor, B. Timberlake, N. Folk. Art Club Row 1. B. Bernat, vice president, A. Hanlon, secretary, W. Smith, C. Hoover, treasurer, P. Maddox, R. Wilvert, L. Kingery. Row 2. P. Campbell, B. Schinlever, J. Norton, Mrs. Rogers, sponsor, J. Anderson, J. Griffen. Roto 3. M. Abbott, M. Arvan, D. Rothman, A. Reinecke, S. Holden, Mr. Cohen, sponsor, N. Pinnell, J. Wilvert, J. Schaffer. Row 4. M. Bemat, N. Fairhurst, L. White, R. Kurtz, D. Duke, M. Houston, president. Oils, palettes, paintings, progress, found the artistic students hard at work in their organization. Creating images and copying scenes, they captured the beauty and the sensitivity of art. Excursions to various gal¬ leries have provided enjoyment and inspiration to Art Club members. 140 % Coin Club Organized late in the year, the Coin Club devoted most of its time to collecting coins and in¬ creasing its membership. Set¬ ting up a coin display at the front of the school was the club’s main project as plans for several coin auctions were ap¬ proved and enacted. Lacking in size and club funds, the mem¬ bers placed a heavy emphasis on personal coin collecting within the club. L. Johnson, R. Keniston, W. Fleming, C. Barnes, president, B. O’Dell, R. Parsons, Mr. Green, sponsor. 141 Aqua Club Row 1. J. Beall, M. Bond, president, J. Queen, secretary, S. Snyder, B. Lancaster, D. Wartman, J. Moore, R. Dundas. Row 2. R. Wright, S. Pieper, D. Speck, A. Strickland, W. White, G. Vitt. Row 3. M. Baker, W. Jones, D. Essex, G. Gray, J. Jaymes, S. MacKenzie. Row 4. B. Yearick, C. Harvey, M. Browne, I Murray. Row 5. C. Cornwell, W. Sewell, G. Adams, vice president, T. Ferriter, S. Crabill, M. Cornell. Without sunny, warm weather, the Aqua Club had to remain “dormant” until spring and summer, but then they burst into activity. Devoted to scuba diving, skiing, and surfing, they planned their activities during the winter and also reviewed the art of surfing by means of a film. 142 Chess Club As official members of the Metropolitan Area Chess League, the chess club entered into competitive matches against other area schools. The team also held matches within the club to strengthen each member’s ability to “check” his opponent. F. Kay, B. Schell, C. Frazier, D. Tenney, president, A. Holland, vice president. 143 Rifle Club Row 1. D. Grandinett, J. Curry, M. Smith, B. Schinlever, J. Kougias, J. Schaffer, vice president, J. Griffin, secretary, R. Williams, president. Row 2. M. Hart, J. Henry, A. Dirhan, K. Lucas, J. Chadsey, M. Smith . Fort Hunt’s Rifle team, the Huntsmen, began a new season of shooting on November 10 under the direction and supervision of Mr. Hessler. The club was advo¬ cated by many students who wished to perfect their marksmanship. Out of the club’s twenty-four members, eight were chosen to represent the group in matches and tournaments. The team members were chosen on their proficiency and high scoring ability. Matches with other schools were organized, and the team par¬ ticipated in N.R.A. sponsored tournaments. 144 Home, health, and a sense of duty are only a few of the goals of our future homemakers. Knowing that per¬ sonal as well as community improvement is a vital ne¬ cessity, the members have performed various services for both school and home. The club is a member of the Lady Fairfax Federation, the Virginia Association, and the National Association. Projects included sell¬ ing delicious donuts each morning, jewelry, and cook¬ books. Both mothers and fathers were honored in the spring with banquets. Row 1. D. Sprague, social director, M. Tate, secretary, N. Schreiner, vice president, P. Carlock, president, Mrs. Barton, sponsor, J. McGuire, historian, S. Greenhill. Row 2. K. Whitney, P. Roberts, M. Wheaton, L. Ordoyne, A. Page, G. Powell, B. Baldwin, K. Corbin, S. Senna. Row 3. M. Kissam, Future Homemakers of America K. Brinckmann, B. Stewart, A. Donohoe, C. Quant, C. Hogan, M. James, C. Gainer, J. Hird, S. Harder. Rote 4: S. Newman, P. Lewis, B, Murph, C. McDougall, S. Chambers, L. Kindel, L. Page, C. Brainerd, S. Rafert, A. Allan, L. Worthington. 145 V • Row 1. P. Bertron, Mrs. Brooks, sponsor, B. Bernat. Row 2. J. Bonner, T. Ferriter, E. Stanford, president, G. Boyd, secretary-treasurer, M. Dirhan, R. Kurtz, vice-president. Future Teachers of America Seeking more knowledge for their careers, the Future Teachers of America traveled to the Longwood Teach¬ ers’ College in Farmville, Virginia, and to the National Education Association Building in Washington, D. C. Throughout the year, members took advantage of the opportunity to demonstrate first-class baking skills by having several very successful bake sales. Displaying their wide range of thoughts and ideas, the F. T. A. sponsored a “Best Male Legs” contest. 146 Future Nurses of America Entering into the true Christmas spirit, the Future Nurses of America baked many “goodies” and made them avail¬ able to the public at several bake sales. This supplied funds for a delightful party in the children’s ward of a local hospital. Eager to be of service to the community, each of the members enthusiastically rendered her as¬ sistance in the nursing home in this area. The group also indulged in a bit of “apple polishing” by giving a tea for the faculty. Row 1. J. Means, vice president, S. Chase, treasurer, S. Bentley, secretary, Callahan, C. Sunder, D. Willoughby, R. Corley, C. Young, B. McNett, L. N. Fisher, president, Mrs. Bogart, sponsor. Row 2. J. Medico, M. Baldwin, Hardbower, J. Hower, K. Neitzey. D. Hardin, P. Roberts, J. McGuire, P. Berres, S. Little, S. Rafert, S. 147 L. Mustyan, drum majorette, J. Morse, J. Means, R. Kihlgren, J. Jarmon, M. Dirhan. Stepping high, the Majorettes performed at least four new routines for spectators at home games. The girls’ greatest benefit was being able to practice with the band during a daily class period. Decked out in tiger- ette outfits for the Powder Puff Football Game, they delighted students and faculty in their routines to such tunes as ‘Alley Cat.” They promoted the sale of concert tickets and acted as ushers at all performances. Majorettes 148 Row 1. B. Cochran, R. Dempsey, A. Hopkins, D. Woodard, G. Schuck. Row 2. C. Conerat, P. Willoughby, W. White, W. Hatch, E. Kirk, D. Ofiesh, M. Glass. Row 3. T. Warden, R. Boren, J. Fulton, R. Ward, D. Willoughby, M. Eber, W. Cox, D. Muth. Row 4. J. Shumway, D. McKinney, E. Pease, D. Kahle, B. Byrd, A. Hoffman, C. Warren, W. Schell, B. Bannon. Row 5. M. Barton, W. Armstrong, C. Abbott, S. King. Rote 1. V. DeMarco, P. Gober, J. Varner, S. Manola, R. Bovet, J. Moore. Rote 2. R. Small, R. Warren, B. Kent, D. Shepp, K. Kristoferson, P. Beighley, C. Ames, D. Plank. Row 3. A. Hoffman, E. Ragland, Y. Moriarty, R. Campbell, R. Durrance, J. Endahl, R. York. Rote 4. M. Wilkerson, T. Rose, D. Bovet, J. Endahl, T. Baxter, D. Green, C. Kneyse, R. Sewell. Rote 5. F. Ayers, G. Ward. From the depths of the blue, it roared, thundered and finally burst into full score: Victory at Sea by Richard Rodgers was presented in concert by the Symphonic Band. Composed of experienced and selected members, the band presented to parents and students classical compositions, novelty numbers, and blues in the fall, Christmas and spring performances. Many hours of hard practice prepared them for the Northern Vir¬ ginia Band Festival held at George Marshall High School. In the practice sessions they concentrated on perfecting the fine details of the music. Symphonic Band 149 rnmmm. C. Baker, pianist, Mr. Christy, conductor. Row 1. J. Fulton, B. Kent, D. bass, B. Byrd, D. McKinney, D. Muth, J.Shumway, T. Baxter, C. Kneyse, Plank, R. Boren, Mr. Creigh, R. Warden, A. Hicks. Roto 2. A. Hoffman, V. Allen, R. York, F. Ayers, drummer. Dance Band Robert Campbell studies his part as band mem¬ bers “take five.” , - Row 1. J. Grant, P. Glass, S. Keith, M. Ccnnell, S. Evans, J. Edwards, C. Catchpole, H. Phillips, N. Evans, J. Beal. Row 2. R. Howell, R. Rodgers, B. Hall, D. Morgan, T. Ferriter, L. Hicks, K. Irwin, J. Caldwell, S. Scott, C. Parks, E. Hall, S. Acree, W. Berg. Row 3. G. Boyd, G. Chovanec, W. Scott, D. Davis, M. Carlson, T. Kamerer, J. Bonner, P. Clarke, B. Raymond, J. Deets, D. Johnson, J. Kozacka, P. Miller. Rote 4. M. Simmons, J. Gibbs, P. Jepson, B. Brownell, A. Booth, M. Angel, M. Baker, J. Moore, P. Kravitz, L. Sauls, C. Timberlake. Concert Choir 151 Treble Chorus Row 1. A. Buchanan, L. Berg, C. Gainer, D. Thorpe, S. Manola, L. Jones, B. Samuel, C. Sprague, E. Frank, L. Pack, E. Friis, S. Hanzlik. Row 2. M. Benson, D. Dunn, J. Shaffer, J. Hubbell, P. Rettgers, P. Bowen, C. Watt, N. Long, S. Harder, C. Livesay, M. McCabe, A. Hepburn, W. Smith, D. Fletcher. Row 3. K. Neitzey, B. Boykin, A. Gaskins, B. Harris, J. Wild, S. Shaffer, D. Taylor, S. Moore, J. Means, C. Munsey, V. Harrison, M. Laird, K. Swedberg. Row 4. C. Graves, S. Fanning, J. Clarke, C. Walker, S. Madden, G. Tadsen, C. Clark, L. Barber, C. Malnerich, C. Hoffer, J. Misdom, P. Redd, C. Coffman, A. Hinman, S. Wathen. Row 5. P. Cowgill, M. Bathurst, C. Caporaletti, J. Minor, G. Whitney, L. Stewart, L. Vogt, S. Moysey, P. Fraley, M. Yost, E. Hammersley, S. Baughan, J. Powell, S. Parrott, B. Baker, A. Meyer, S. Lewis, C. Livesay. Male Chorus Hr ' Mf. ,a aft mnM ' if Sf 4 T Row 1. G. Broadhurst, T. Vaughan, S. Hird, J. Haville, J. Gimelli, R. Brush, J. Godley, S. Triffy, R. Goodman, J. Chappelear. 14 Roto 2. R. Houck, A. Davis, R. Goodfellow, W. Armstrong, C. Slagle, J. Haskins, R. Davis, W. Henzey, C. Troy, J, Elliot, W. Smith, R. Dougherty. Row 3. C. Crumley, J. Royall, D. Caporaletti, E. Rothwell, B. Wharton, K. Fleming, W. Trice, G. Ingersoll, K. Foster, D. Steams, A. Gray, D. Speck, D. Bumes, B. Jenson. 152 “Okay, tenors, take it from the bottom of page 2 . . Mr. King might comment, as the preparation for an assembly or a concert, Schubert’s Mass in G or Dido and Aeneas, gets underway. Achieving a successful chorus couples the ability to sing with basic improvement in music reading, rhythm counting, and independent sing¬ ing. Competition for the first chair position or a solo part is complicated by a performance deadline and a folder full of new music to be learned. Pop quizzes, ticket selling, strange exercises, and facial gyrations have become an accepted part of the work behind the theme of all choral productions: “Quality Performance Through Careful Preparation.” Freshman Row 1. R. Davis, T. White, A. Tyler, O. Frazier, L. Davis, M. Hall, K. Hatch, M. Fede, N. O’Dell, C. Bumes, R. Anderson, J. Dudley, M. Osborne, V. Jones, B. Huester, M. Gibson. Row 2. G. Hicks, C. McDougall, M. Fruehauf, C. Fall, C. Esposito, S. Shumway, K. Bush, K. Webster, W. Williams, D. Hanzlik, C. Harris, B. Craigmile, C. Sibley, A. Brockett, J. Nelson, H. Phillips, S. Davis. Row 3. R. Lyles, E. Ray, S. Pabst, M. Tringali, W. Black, C. Via, V. Moore, K. Vogel, M. Gustaves, D. Hayes, C. Peele, P. Meyer, L. Vollmer, K. Jordan, S. Potter, B. Putmann, K. Shepp, D. Jeffrey, C. Remsberg, D. Rosenberry. Row 4. V. Simmons, S. Dodge, S. Ludwig, H. Hardbower, S. St. Clair, S. Windsor, E. Buchanan, M. Estes, P. Misdom, B. Whitson, W. Cornwell, S. Bonner, N. Burke, V. Nelson, J. Brock, P. Worthington, J. Lisk, M. D’Angelo. 153 Madrigals Row 1: M. Simmons, B. Hall, P. Glass, K. Irwin, J. Edwards, A. Carlton, P. Kravitz. Row 2. W. Berg, R. Howell, M. Baker, H. Phillips, J. Caldwell, J. Shumway, J. Gibbs, P. Klaasse. Harmonettes P. Glass, J. Beal, K. Irwin, B. Hall, C. Hynds, A. Carlton, P. Jepson. 154 Renaissance music, sung in authentically styled period costumes, creates the setting for a performance by the newly formed MADRIGALS. Singing verses in English, Italian, German, Latin, and French, the group, com¬ posed of seventeen seniors, recaptures the spirit of the madrigal, characterized by intricate parts and complex harmony, representing each phase of development. With only a half-hour a day to practice, each member accepts the responsibility of learning music outside of school. A serious desire to sing and an abundance of interest is responsible for the quality performances given by the Madrigals at concerts, assemblies, and touring engage¬ ments. “Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers . . has become a familiar sound to the seven, senior HARMON- ETTES going over parts at a Friday afternoon rehearsal. Harmonizing for such organizations as the Alexandria J.C.’s, a Keyette party at Gum Springs, and the West¬ minister Presbyterian church, the girls have been work¬ ing together since the summer of 1963, when a com¬ mon interest in singing began the long practice sessions with three pieces of music. Now a recognized member of the Choral Department, the Harmonettes have a large repertoire and the memory of many rewarding engagements. Singing for pleasure and personal improvement, the BOYS’ EMSEMBLE is made up of ten enthusiastic ten¬ ors, baritones, and basses. Close harmony and a cap- pella singing have been the main obpectives of the group. Participating in the Fall, Winter, and Spring Concerts and several outside activities, the Boys’ Ensemble has had an active year of practice and performance. Boys’ Ensemble Left to Right. J. Gibbs, R. Howell, D. Miller, C. Troy, J. Chappelear, J. Caldwell, C. Slagle, M. Baker, H. Phillips. 155 Grappling for a victory in a well-lighted stadium, nervous with expectation as the game approaches. Looking — to the coach for needed advice. Bursts of cheering, tense silence, hard-earned harmony of a game well-played. 157 Vertical Row 1. P. Kougais, D. Daugherty, P. Young, N. McNair, J. Feuer- riegel, M. Gunderson, S. Acree, S. Shaw, J. Misslbeck, J. Edwards, B. Small. Horizontal Row 1: S. Chambers, M. Laird, J. Wilde, L. Brown, J. Beal, C. Watt. Horizontal Row 2. C. Zeigler, S. Goers, M. Finney, S. Segrist, L. Heady. Co-Captain, C. Catchpole, Co-Captain, C. Kirshrot. Drill Team 158 Vertical Row 1. J. Deets, E. Penfold, A. Buchanan, P. Lewis, N. Evans, S. Brock, M. Baran, S. Kosmacki, M. Barber. Horizontal Row 1. N. Wine- land, M. Fraley, D. Fletcher, E. Brockett, H. Ham, M. Bathurst. Vertical Row 2. C. Haaheim, M. Carlson, N. Schreiner, S. Ray, C. Moy, M. Almond, G. Malnerich, E. Schwartz, Drummer, F. Ayers, President, K. Smoke, Cap¬ tain, K. Knudsen. Blazing summer heat, uniform pattern problems, compli¬ cated routines were unable to daunt the spirit of the newly formed Drill Team as they practiced throughout the summer and into the winter months to brighten up Fort Hunt’s halftime activities. The 54 members, many of whom had never marched before, joined together to create a tradition of school spirit, which they hope will continue through the years. In spite of all the difficulties faced by a new organization, they were able to execute a number of routines at our home games with precision and grace and to bring honor to Fort Hunt by winning the first place trophy in the Washington’s Birthday parade. 159 Spirit, spirit everywhere — haunting halls, the gym, the football field. The cheerleaders con¬ jured excitement among spectators at many athletic events. Under a newly adopted consti¬ tution, based on a point system, the squads put forth greater efforts to be at their best. The girls began practice in July, to prepare for the first game. Organizing early morning pep rallies and decorating the boys’ locker room were all part of a job well done. Varsity 160 m Junior Varsity M. Griffin, co-captain, A. Lesher, S. Kopp, L. Berg, L. Higgason, N. Floyd, co-captain, L. Douthwaite. Freshman L. Shwaiko, co-captain, L. Myers, C. Ross, S. Windsor, S. Hicks, co-captain. 161 162 A Fight to the Finish Row 1. P. Carlson, T. Stewart, W. Berg, R. Dennehy, J. Oseth, R. Rosen- berry, C. Harvey, J. Beall. Row 2. W. Horn, D. Oliver, J. Miniclier, J. Haville, B. Wood, W. Wright, B. Harper. Row 3. A. Jaymes, M. Davenport, M. Jashinski, B. Barret, R. Andrews, C. Tankersley. Row 4. B. Pinnell, C. Kougias, G. Million, T. Kamerer, J. Feuerriegel, R. Chance, W. Hicks, W. Dripps. Row 5. G. Everett, W. Davenport, B. Grieb, C. Booth, L. Shwaiko, C. Chambers, M. Smith, J. Ford. Row 6. B. Jordan, M. Wilkenson, T. Vaughan, H. Krothe, J. Burdette, R. Goodman, M. Cornell. Row 7. J. Harris, Manager, E. DeGrotf, Manager, D. Hall, Manager, W. Scott, J. Farmer, J. Olson, T. Goade. Varsity 164 FHHS 0 Edison 7 FHHS 0 Lee 27 FHHS 0 George Washington 7 FHHS 0 Wakefield 9 FHHS 0 Saint Stephens 6 FHHS 7 Mount Vernon 13 FHHS 13 Gonzaga 6 FHHS 0 Groveton 13 FHHS 25 Stuart 33 FHHS 13 Woodson 14 . Mr. Berry, head coach Junior Varsity FHHS FHHS 0 0 George Washington Wakefield 12 12 FHHS 18 Saint Stephens 7 FHHS 0 Stuart 6 FHHS 0 Jefferson Varsity 26 FHHS 20 Mount Vernon 7 FHHS 12 Groveton 6 Row 1. D. James, R. Fimiani, J. Ford, S. Brown, T. Vaughan, C. Melugin, J. Haville, J. Andrews, R. Chance. Row 2. J. Burdette, P. Corn, C. Hopkins, J. Wood, J. Sheya, L. Roxborough, R. Nelson, J. Gillan, D. Worthy. Row 3. W. Scott, D. Goers, R. Spaine, W. Koons, B. Barrett, A. Smoake, D. Caporal- letti, M. Doughtery, J. Gribble. Rote 4. E. Orenge, W. Dripps, E. Olsen, J. Farmer, J. Shelton, W. Roberts, M. Lonergan, J. Weathers, J. Bryson. Rote 5. A. Burleson, manager , W. Newman, H. Beazley, M. Herbst, K. Lott, M Felices, J. White, M. Robinson, manager. 166 Freshman Row 1. J. Endahl, D. Oliver, R. Bird, E. Taylor, K. Purcell, J. Ford, F. Wall, G. Hicks, K. Cook, J. Parks, Mr. Keely, coach. Row 2. W. Monday, D. Rosen- berry, J. Shetterly, C. Filby, J. Connell, W. Lancaster, T. Cox, W. Smith, J. Ogas, J. McKnight, R. Otten. Row 3. P. Welch, D. Wilson, S. Kavaljian, G. Rodgers, R. Beall, R. Boyles, R. Moquin, J. Clinkenbeard, I. Halbrook, D. Harbert. Row 4. R. Dewey, G. McNett, E. Unger, A. Humphries, F. Barker, J. Vincent, T. Hatchell, M. Hays, B. Kent, J. Malnerich. Row 5. D. Roper, manager, T. Hertz, manager, P. Deets, M. D’Angelo, P. Eckley, F. Medico, P. Parrish, V. Simmons, G. Black, E. Salo, manager, M. Ander¬ son, head manager. FHHS 13 Mount Vernon 6 FHHS 6 George Washington 25 FHHS 0 Groveton 25 FHHS 0 Jefferson 8 FHHS 0 Hammond 24 FHHS 7 Lee 0 167 They Met Their Match Varsity FHHS 22 Groveton 18 FHHS 34 George Washington 16 FHHS 20 Osbourn 23 FHHS 17 Madison 23 FHHS 30 Lee 14 FHHS 31 Fairfax 11 FHHS 36 St. Stephens 14 FHHS 10 Mt. Vernon 33 FHHS 20 Hammond 20 FHHS 8 O’Connell 34 FHHS 6 Woodson 32 -im.-r-yu. Row 1. 1. Melugin, D. Smith, S. Cywin, J. Miniclier, W. Miller, S. Harder. Row 2. W. Smith, J. Vandervort, J. Wood, M. Davenport, J. Ford. Row 3. T. Michaelis, manager, B. Wood, M. Smith, A. Hotchkiss. 170 flou- 1 J. Halperin, J. O’Connell Rote 2. K. Purcell, A. Smoak, V J. Ford, J. Davenport, Evans, W. Moore, J. King, M. Robinson, J. Malnerich. d° W a ' rl ' „ ord ’ Eissam, M. Lanzisera Row 4. T. Brown, D. Duke, D. Fish. W. Newman, A. Jaymes. FHHS 25 Groveton FHHS 25 George Washingto: FHHS 37 Madison FHHS 28 Lee FHHS 5 Mt. Vernon FHHS 27 Jefferson 30 30 13 Junior Varsity 44 19 171 172 Win or Lose Row 1. R. Andrews, T. Chilcutt, J. Haskins, G. Vitt. Row 2. D. Sert, Danowski, M. Shaw, W. Harper, D. Bishopp, M. Staton, D. Markham, manager, T. DanOwski, H. Norton, J. Worden, R. Ritter, J. Jaymes, J. G. Shuck, manager. FHHS 45 Edison 65 FHHS 61 Woodson 65 FHHS 55 Mt. Vernon 49 FHHS 45 Hammond 81 FHHS 52 George Washington 74 FHHS 47 Wakefield 58 FHHS 70 Madison 61 FHHS 59 Fairfax 86 FHHS 57 Falls Church 74 FHHS 62 McLean 77 FHHS FHHS 47 45 Yorktown Washington Lee 60 57 Varsity FHHS 69 Annandale 70 FHHS 69 Groveton 81 FHHS 66 Lee 78 FHHS 65 Stuart 73 FHHS 59 Marshall 66 1 74 Row 1. W. Skinner, D. James, J. Andrews, W. Colbert, M. Dougherty, G. Everett, R. Duma, R. Bush. Row 2. J. Farmer, J. Weathers, M. Hoover, J. Shelton, D. Rich, W. Sax, J. Sullivan, F. Lyon, manager. FHHS 33 Edison 30 FHHS 32 Woodson 43 FHHS 41 Mt. Vernon 26 FHHS 29 Hammond 54 Junior Varsity FHHS FHHS 21 49 George Washington Jefferson 40 61 FHHS 39 Wakefield 38 FHHS 29 Madison 27 FHHS Fairfax FHHS 30 Falls Church 38 FHHS 40 McLean 53 FHHS 33 Yorktown 44 FHHS 33 Washington-Lee 38 FHHS 40 Annandale 50 FHHS 46 Groveton 49 FHHS 49 Lee 47 FHHS 34 Stuart 37 FHHS 41 Marshall 34 176 Freshman Row 1. M. Gibson, R. Beall, E. Taylor, W. Monday, R. Williamson, P. Par- H. Smith, R. Ward, B. Johnson, M. Powers, D. Timmerberg, K. Cushwa, rish, L. Young, J. Shetterly, S. King, R. Martin, S. Misenheimer. Row 2. R. Hobart, manager. W. Cox, manager, G. McNett, D. Wilson, R. Copeland, M. Powers, R. Dewey, FHHS 37 George Washington 46 FHHS 18 Mount Vernon 20 FHHS 31 Jefferson 47 FHHS 32 Stuart 31 FHHS 27 Groveton 31 FHHS 43 Hammond 41 FHHS 42 Lee 37 FHHS 42 Edison 30 FHHS 43 Fairfax 33 FHHS 52 Falls Church 41 FHHS 61 Herndon 38 177 Diamond shines with high hopes 179 Row 1. R. Goodman, R. Andrews, C. Kougias, M. Staton, W. Horn, L. C. Crumley, J. Crum, W. Hicks, J. Worden, D. Pinnell, R. Dennehy. Johnson, D. Bird, T. Kamerer. Row 2. R. Ritter, T. Stewart, G. Everett, Row 3. Mr. Colna, coach, R. Obermeyer, R. Letsen, managers. 180 ■ FHHS Edison FHHS Stuart FHHS Lee FHHS Mt. Vernon 0 FHHS Episcopal FHHS Wakefield 0 FHHS Hammond 0 FHHS George Washington FHHS Groveton 0 FHHS Edison 0 FHHS Stuart 0 FHHS Lee° FHHS Mt. Vernon 0 FHHS Wakefield 0 FHHS Hammond FHHS George Washington FHHS Groveton ° JV games - lUsiS Jfij k i f j •» % ' ll f Row 1. P. Welch, manager, T. Kelly, D. Goers, B. Johnson, M. Jarvis, R. Bird, R. Moquin, D. Oliver. Row 2. C. Pikrallidas, P. Corn, J. Endahl, K. Skinner, F. Young, J. Ford, F. Barker, manager. Row 3. J. Endahl, R. Bush, L. Roxbrough, J. Shelton, W. Koons. 181 FHHS Fairfax County Relays FHHS Fairfax and Jefferson FHHS G. W. Relays FHHS Edison FHHS Groveton and Jefferson FHHS Stuart FHHS Wakefield Invitational FHHS Lee FHHS Fairfax County Meet Track Rou) 1. H. Schrader, J. Greenlee. Row 2. G. Martin, H. Robinson, B. Roberts, D. Squires, R Mason, S. Pease, H. Martin, R. Chance. Row 3. L. Sakas, W. Dripps, R. Keniston, D. Boone, B. Wood, J. Weathers, J. Royall. Row 4. T. Woodward, M. Susskind, S. King, D. Harbart, R. Godman, A. Morrison, M. Morrissey. Row 5. S. Meisen- heimer, G. Hicks, D. Shanahan, W. Harper. Row 6. R. McCrea, P. Barry, S. Hannah, G. Million, T. Goade. 182 and Field Row 1. K. Cook, M. Bates, S. Bennet. Row 2. J. Connell, D. Weber, James, P. Law, C. Cornwell, M. Wilkenson. Row 6. M. Smith, P. J. Weathers, C. Myers. Row 3. K. Beckman, D. Post, T. Lonergan. Eckley, Mr. Crawley, coach, B. Wood, Mr. Holt, coach. Row 4. B. Harper, D. Penis, M. Kissam, B. Hilburn. Row 5: J. 183 Row 1. J. Greenlee, H. Martin, R. Squires, H. Robinson, S. Cywin. Row 2. Row 3. G. Vitt, J. Crum. Mr. Crawley, coach, D. Duke, P. Barry, S. Hannah, R. Mason, G. Martin. FHHS 23 Mt. Vernon 36 FHHS 36 St. Stephens 21 FHHS 73 Hammond 16 Lee 67 FHHS 55 Fairfax 18 Edison 80 FHHS 65 Marshall 51 O’Connell 27 George Mason 70 FHHS 38 Madison 18 FHHS Groveton FHHS Edison FHHS Quantico FHHS Mt. Vernon FHHS Annandale FHHS Stuart FHHS Lee r ! 186 ml M. Wa tts, G. Williams, R. Bane, S. Sheffield, J. Miniclier, J. Anderson, S. Reed, Mr. Lyons, coach. 4 Varsity Row 1. M. Ranney, M. Barton. Row 2. Mr. Pattisall, coach , M. Shaw, C. Wellemeyer, B. Porter, M. Eber, E. Wright. Junior Varsity Row 1. J. Atkins, T. Joerg, R. Freeman, D. Ofiesh, G. Butler. Row 2. Mr. Dearborn, coach, W. Wright, M. Hart, P. Besson, B. Percival, M. Simpson, C. Shaw, H. Holton, manager. 188 FHHS James Monroe FHHS Lee FHHS Jefferson FHHS Edison FHHS Groveton FHHS George Washington FHHS Annandale FHHS Wakefield FHHS Mount Vernon FHHS Stuart FHHS Mount Vernon FHHS No. Va. Tournament 189 Row 1. P. Hillard, P. Carlock, E. Bernat, P. Voyles, C. Williams. Row 2. G. Carlock, H. Young, C. Knowles, C. Kemp. Row 3. P. Welch, S. Floyd, M. Bykerk, N. Patteson, T. Vaughn, E. Hallbrook, S. Weissman. Row 4. Mr. Scharf, coach, J. Wojtanowski, B. Rogers, F. Barker, B. Hadden, K. Roberts, J. Thompson, G. Behlmer, B. Monday, J. Gillie, D. Woodward. Swimming FHHS 99 Lee 36 FHHS 94 Washington Lee 42 FHHS 96 Wakefield 39 FHHS 91 Falls Church 42 FHHS 71 Yorktown (division championship) 65 FHHS 40 Marshall (No. championship) Va. 96 190 j 191 Varsity FHHS 0 Madison FHHS 0 Lee FHHS 1 McLean FHHS 1 Marshall FHHS 0 Mount Vernon FHHS 1 Annandale FHHS 2 Woodson FHHS 0 F airfax 2 1 0 2 1 1 1 2 k : i 1 r | ■BPS , Row 1. L. Pierce, M. Packard, L. Witherow, G. Ferrand. Raw 2. S. Queen, P. Newman, J. DeFrees, S. Myatt, Miss Pittman, coach. J. Reese, S. Esposito, S. Gary, C. Hicks, J. Famum, M. Grier, J. Morse, 192 Junior Varsity Row 1. K. Henderson, C. Tabb, N. Garrison, D. Svitzer, E. Kirk, L. Ranson, C. Esposito. Row 2. F. Singhass, J. Gray, C. Dewey, D. Barret, K. Morgan, C. Norton, S. Little, B. Stewart, P. McKenzie, M. James, Miss Woolfolk, coach. FHHS 0 Madison 0 FHHS 0 Lee 1 FHHS 0 McLean 2 FHHS 0 Marshall 1 FHHS 0 Annandale 1 FHHS 0 Mount Vernon 0 FHHS 0 Woodson 1 FHHS 2 Fairfax 0 •TalB. 193 V arsity N. Patteson, S. Brock, L. Pierce, S. Russell, J. Far- num, H. Chum, J. Morse, C. Dewey, S. Esposito, M. Packard, C. Hicks, C. Hof- ler, E. Marion, B. Ragland. - 1 ! . 11 iM mLM i Junior Varsity FHHS 14 Edison 19 11 Falls Church 5 17 Herndon 9 15 Groveton 17 19 Jefferson 8 18 Madison 26 7 Lee 5 15 McLean 12 23 Marshall 17 13 Stuart 14 18 Mt. Vernon 9 27 Annandale 19 Row 1. S. Dusek, B. Pierce, P. Newman, C. Norton, L. Lamond, S. Russell, D. Houston, O. Frazier, J. Frazier. Row 2. P. Rowell, manager, H. Hardbower, P. Campbell, T. Vaughn, M. Vincent, K. Barton, K. Moffett, C. Esposito, manager. Row 3. E. Kirk, D. O’Keefe, V. Harper, N. Holland, D. Erikson, M. Lurker. 194 FHHS 23 Edison 9 FHHS 22 Falls Church 20 FHHS 15 Herndon 33 FHHS 22 Groveton 36 FHHS 40 Jefferson 27 FHHS 32 Madison 27 FHHS 36 Lee 31 FHHS 39 McLean 47 FHHS 27 Marshall 43 FHHS 34 Stuart 39 FHHS 34 Mt. Vernon 12 FHHS 26 Annandale 34 195 FHHS Woodson FHHS Fairfax FHHS Edison FHHS Falls Church FHHS Herndon FHHS Groveton FHHS Jefferson FHHS Madison FHHS Lee FHHS McLean Varsity Row 1. M. Moriarty, S. Esposito, J. Morse, C. Dewey. Row 2: P. Rowell, C. Hicks, J. Gray, M. Packard. Row 3. J. Famum, C. Barton, P. Crozier, K. Moffat. Row 4. C. Norton, S. Dusek. 196 Junior Varsity Row 1. M. Grier, M. Fruehauf, D. ' Houston, M. Fawcett, C. Blakeney, K. Dempsey, K. Quant. Rotv 3. T. Vaughen, C. New, S. Felski, M. James, R. Flynn. Row 2. K. Felski, C. Esposito, S. Bryan, S. Potter, G. Sunder, B. Soapes, S. Dodge, manager. 197 , ' r . Straining to express, grasping to instill thought and interest. Headscratching, fingerpointing, expressing joy at a new idea! Relinquishing spare time, familiar faces building respected understanding between student and teacher. 198 199 ADMINISTRATION Mr. Gibbs attended Duke University and earned his B.S. degree in mathematics and physical education at William and Mary College in 1949. He further continued his studies at the University of Virginia where he received his Master of Education degree. From 1943 to 1946 he served in the Navy. Believing sincerely in a high school moral code in all phases of school life, he has strived to maintain class equality. With a focus on learning, he has stressed the importance of obtaining the best education possible, yet he has maintained a great deal of student freedom. Mr. Gibbs 200 Mr. Davis, Mr. Kley Mr. Davis, the Assistant Principal for Instruction, came to Fort Hunt last year from Flint Hill Private School in Fairfax County where he was Director. From I ndiana State College, Indiana, Pennsylvania, he received his B.S. and from George Washington University, his M.A. He has served as teacher and assistant principal in the Arlington County School System. Mr. Kley has served Fort Hunt High School for two years as Assistant Principal for Administration. Having received both his B.S. and M.A. in physical education from George Washington University, he became both a football and basketball coach in the District. He was athletic director and assistant principal at Lee High School; then he taught physical education at Groveton until he became assistant principal. Guiding students daily, he acts firmly on matters of importance to the school. He feels that Fort Hunt’s first year was excellent and that it has even improved this year. 201 Guidance A continuous stream of stu¬ dent s and teachers with and without problems have found solutions in Fort Hunt’s Guidance Depart¬ ment. Dedicated to advis¬ ing, assisting, and assuring, the individual class coun¬ selors tackled the work of transferring, registering, and scheduling Fort Hunt’s stu¬ dent body. With the rising of the first graduating class, the senior counselors spent many hours conferring with seniors about school records. Many catalogues from var¬ ious colleges throughout the U.S. have been obtained and placed in the department for student reference. The needs of every student de¬ mand guidance. Fort Hunt’s Guidance Department has helped fulfill these needs by showing a clear path to the student, then leaving the rest to him. Row 1. Estelle Chambers, Oklahoma College for Women, Central State College, Oklahoma, M.A., 12th grade; Fred Adams, George Washington Univ., B.S., M.Ed., director; Frank Cain, Salem College, A.B., George Washington Univ., A.M., 9th grade. Row 2. John Creigh, Indiana State College, B.S., M.Ed., 10th grade ; Adine Sutter, Mary Washington College, B.S., 12th grade; Emily Baker, West Virginia Univ., B.S., M.A., 9th grade; Carl Schloemer, Loras College, B.A., Catholic Univ., M.A., 11th grade. 202 Secretaries Mrs. Vogel, Mrs. Lucas, Mrs. Tankersley, Mrs. McKinney. Librarians Mary Kurtz, Hiram College, B.A., Western Reserve Univ., B.S.; Pen- celia Dakan, Madison College, B.S. 203 J r Nurse Mrs. Bailey Custodians Mr. Floyd, Mr. Miller, Mr. Brooks, Mr. Barrett, Mrs. Brent, Mr. Stanley, Mr. Figgins. 204 Mrs. Dodge, Mrs. Gimelli, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Whitney, Mrs. Montgomery, Green, Mrs. Horsman, Mrs. Treder, Mrs. Stark, Mrs. Davies, Mrs. Swann. Mrs. Kilts, Mrs. Rivera, Mrs. Bradshaw, Mrs. Wheatley, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Cafeteria Mr. Kley checks the public address connection before the Groveton game. 205 English NITA BOGART Purdue Univ., B.A. English I CATER CHAMBLEE Wofford College, A.B. George Washington Univ., M.A. English III, World Literature With heads together and hands busily writing, the Eng¬ lish teachers met to evaluate the present curriculum of their Department. The results — a more flexible pro¬ gram for students in the future. Encouraged and stimu¬ lated by the recent emphasis on the teaching of Eng¬ lish, they hope to present a program that will motivate student interest and evoke greater individual achieve¬ ment by eliminating the repetition of content usually associated with the traditional English curriculum. With the introduction of a reading program and the reduc¬ tion of the pupil-teacher ratio, they have been able to realize one of their main objectives — individualized in¬ struction in the areas of reading and writing. WINEFRED BROOKS Univ. of Alabama, B.A. English III CAROLE CARPENTER Mary Washington College, B.A. English II CHARLES CARTER Concord College, B.A. English II GERALD CONNOLLY Dept. Head University of South Carolina, A.B. University of Virginia, M.Ed. English II MILES HIGGISON Wake Forest College, B.A. English III IV WILLIAM HOUSER Shippensburg State College, B.S. English I II JOYCE HUNEYCUTT Wake Forest College, B.A. English II III gg 206 LOYD JOHNSON Univ. of Richmond, B.A. English III IV CAROL JONES William Mary, A.B. English I IV MARY JANE MOORE Louisiana State Univ., B.S. English IV JAMES PATTISALL, Jr. Univ. of Virginia, B.A. Journalism I II, English IV BARBARA POLAND SHIRLEY ROPER CAROLINE Longwood Texas Womans SIEDLING College, B.A. Univ., B.S. Marian Reading Arkansas State College B.A. Teachers College, Public Speaking, M.S.E. Drama I II, English I English I JANE WATKINS Univ. of Hawaii, B.A. Univ. of Mississippi, M.A. English IV, Creative Writing 207 DAVID BLEVINS Madison College, B.S. U.S.-Va. Government Geography BERT B. COHEN American Univ., B.A. Univ. of Maryland, M.A. Ancient Medeval History Emergence of Modem State Modem History Oil Painting JACK COMBS, Jr. California State College, B.A. Ancient Medieval History World History RICHARD DYER SW Missouri State College, A.B., B.S. George Washington Univ., M.A. U.S.-Va. History Government Social Studies The year — 1965. The date — January 20 — Inauguration Day. This event, among many others, was studied by seniors in the U. S. Government class. Having a basic understanding of politics was only one of the objectives directed to students by the Social Studies Department. Teachers also worked to increase student understanding of economies — in the new Economics course — and so¬ cial life — presented in the Sociology course. Two other courses new to the school’s curriculum this year were Emergence of the Modern State and Modern History. HOWARD GARNER Univ. of North Carolina, A.B. U.S.-Va. Government JOSEPH GORMAN Univ. of Tennessee, A.B., M.A. U.S.-Va. History BERNARD R. HENSLEY Morningside College, B.A. American Univ., M.A. U.S.-Va. and World History RICHARD K. KEELY Maryland Univ., B.A. World Geography 208 LOIS N. KENT American Univ., B.A. U.S.-Va. Government GEORGE LYONS Dept. Head East Carolina College, B.S., M.A. Sociology and Economics CARMEN URSO Salem College, B.A. Economics, U.S.-Va. History GEORGE WHITE Marshall Univ., A.B. Geography THERESA ZOOK Ohio Univ., A.B. American Univ., M.A. Ancient Medieval History U.S.-Va. Government 209 ENIS DiFUSCO Pembroke College, B.A. Brown Univ., M.A. Algebra II-Trig STANLEY LAWSON William Mary, B.S., M.Ed. Algebra I ANNE RHODES Duke Univ., A.B. Geometry CHARLES DOLINGER, Dept. Head Appalachian State Teacher’s College, B.S. Univ. of South Carolina, M.M. Algebra II-Trig Analysis, Calculus ORION LAYMAN Bridgewater College, B.A. Virginia Polytechnic Inst., M.S. Algebra I, Geometry RICHARD VAN GILDER Ashland College, B.S. Consumer Math, Algebra I RALPH DEARBORN Heidelberg College, B.S. Functions-Matrix Algebra Algebra I ERMAN HARTMANN California State College, Pa., B.S. Algebra I KENNETH POTTER Univ. of Rhode Island, B.S. Math I, II, Consumer Math JOHN MOULDS Univ. of Michigan, B.S. George Washington Univ., M.A. Algebra II-Trig RICHARD EVANS American Univ., B.A. T rig-Solid-F unctions Geometry PETER LIWSKI U.S. Military Academy, B.S. Univ. of Virginia, B.S. Ed. Geometry 210 Mathematics Seniors found themselves analyzing all the “p’s and q’s” in their mathematical analysis class. New this year, the course is designed especially for students advanced in mathematics. The department also boasts of its course in calculus — pilot study, (SMSG). This is an experi¬ mental program designed for advanced seniors and is one of only 21 which are taught in the U. S. this year. Other courses added to the curriculum this year were Algebra I—part I, Algebra I—Pilot Study (SMSG), and trigonometry — solid geometry — functions, a course taught especially to Juniors and Seniors whose previous work has been with traditional math. 211 212 WILLIAM BERRY George Washington Univ., B.S. Biology FRED BISHOPP, Dept. Head Univ. of Maryland, B.S. Colby College, M.S.T. Chem Study MARGARET HENDERSON Southern Illinois Univ., B.S. Univ. of Illinois, M.S. Physics, traditional and PSSC CHARLES HOLT Hampden Sydney College, B.S. Chemistry PRESTON MeLENDON Duke Univ., A.M., M.A.T. Chemistry, Science 9 DABNEY MILLER Wiliam Mary, B.S. Univ. of Virginia, M. Ed. Biology, Electronics JAMES OLIVER Atlantic Christian College, B.S. Biology Kinetic energy = mass x velocity, and P — hD were only two of the new formulas presented to Juniors and Seniors for the first time this year in the physics classes. Other new courses were modern and traditional chem¬ istry, and traditional biology, as well as the established BSCS version. The stimulants of science develop a student’s ability and increase his awareness and in¬ terest in a car ereof science. Because we are living in an explosive aeg, teachers have stressed the im¬ portance of being knowledgeable in science. RICHARD HESSLER West Virginia Univ., B.S. Earth Science, Science 9 IRENE ROUSOS Westhampton College, B.S. Biology, Physical Science 213 The Language Department has felt strongly that there is a need for student achievement in foreign languages. With this objective, it has coordinated a sub¬ stantial program in foreign languages such as French, Spanish, German, and the language of the Romans, Latin. New courses this year were French V, Spanish V. German III, and Latin IV. 214 Language TINA CACCIAPAGLIA, Dept. Head Mary Baldwin College, B.A. Spanish III, IV, V WILLIAM CRAIG Otterbein College, B.A. French II, III JANE HALL Mount Holyoke College, A.B. Latin MARY D. NELSON George Washington Univ., A.B. Univ. of Paris, Diplome Superieur French III, IV, V GINNIE PEIRCE William Mary, B.A. Spanish I, II PAULA POWERS Mary Washington College, B.A. French II, III JUDITH PRATT Grove City College, B.A. French I ANTHONY RIZZO Emory Univ., B.A. Spanish MARGARET SOUTH Converse College, A.B. French I, II NANCY TUCKER William Mary, A.B. Spanish Not Pictured MAAJA WASHINGTON Goucher College, B.A. Duke Univ., M.A. German 215 A student’s physical development of strength, endur¬ ance, flexibility, and coordination is just as important as his mental development. The Physical Education Department provides these skills. Recreation skills such as softball, football, and archery, and safety skills such as tumbling and gymnastics are also an essential part of the program. Social development is stressed and fulfilled by the students participating on teams. TED COLNA George Washington Univ., B.S. Physical Education JAMES CRAWLEY Lynchburg College, A.B. George Peabody College, M.A. Physical Education DOROTHY S. DUNCAN Brenau College, B.A. Assistant Athletic Director Physical Education RONALD GROW Univ of West Virginia, B.S. Physical Education Biology MARY JOHNSON Madison College, B.S. Physical Education Health FAYE PITTMAN Lynchburg College, B.A. Physical Education Health RAY SCHARF State Univ. of New York Coll, of Education, B.S. Univ. of Arizona, M.S. Physical Education Health HELEN WOOLFOLK Madison College, B.S. Physical Education Health Physical Education Sponsoring all the athletic teams and intramurals is part of the duties of Mr. Smith, the Athletic Director. He obtained his B.S. from the University of Illinois and his M.A. from Columbia University. Before coming to Fort Hunt, Mr. Smith taught in Illinois, Kansas, and the District of Columbia. The goals of the Athletic Dept, this year included striving for better sportsmanship and raising funds for the department by increasing student attendance at sports’ activities and by selling F. H. jackets and sweatshirts. 217 The Arts PHYLLIS BARTON, Dept. Head Kansas State Univ., B.S. Home Economics CLAIR CHRISTY Wichita Univ., B.M.E., M.M.E. Band, Orchestra ELLEN DEANE Madison College, B.S. Home Economics CLINTON GREEN, Dept. Head East Carolina College, B.S. Mechanical Drawing WILBERT KING Indiana State College, B.S. Choral Music, Music Theory SAMUEL KLADITIS, Dept. Head Youngstown Univ., B.S. Art Angels, axoms, and atoms are guidelines to students in the Industrial Arts Department. With a variety of tools and courses such as General Shop, Mechanical Drawing, and Electronics, they are learning the processes of an expanding industrial society. Blueprints for next year include an Electronics II course and a full-time electronics teacher. Industrious hands busy with oils and covered in clay have shown the Art Department’s great wealth of talent. To create new images for personal as well as public satisfaction was their main objective, ful¬ filled in paintings, sculptures, and abstracts. Imagination + creativiyt + ability—art. Whether instrumentally or vocally, the Music Department has strived for perfection not only in performances but also in skills, mechanics, and in the basic understanding of music fundamentals. Scales, drills, and hard practices have developed student talents and have proven this department is outstanding in its field and a credit to Fort Hunt. With the aid of pots, pans, cookbooks, and sewing machines, students in the Home Economics Department have learned a variety of ways to cook and sew. The department itself has been designed and ar¬ ranged as a “model home,” and in this atmposphere the students have learned duties and responsibilities of home and community life. N. JOE PRITCHARD Tennessee Tech., B.S. Industrial Arts BRUCE ROGERS Hollins College, B.A. Art 218 Business EMILY BAKER West Virginia Univ., B.S., M.A. Bookkeeping, Shorthand I Guidance Counselor CHARLENE GIBBENS Madison College, B.S. Personal Typing Notehand Gene ral Business SHARON GOODMAN Southern Illinois Univ., B.S. Personal Typing Notehand Typing I GEAN MARTIN Madison College, B.S. Personal Typing Notehand Typing I II ROBERTA RATZSCH, Dept. Head Seattle Pacific College, B.A. Columbia Univ., M.A. Clerical Office Practice Typing I II, Shorthand II Serving both the eollege-bound student and the one planning to pursue a career in a business office, the Business Department is the center of jammed typewriter keys, strenuous shorthand dictations, and carefully punched tabulations. Students planning to work follow a program which will give them adequate skill to earn a good position. Through the personal typing and note- hand courses, the academic student can prepare to take better class notes and type his college term papers. A doubled enrollment in business courses added book¬ keeping and clerical office practice to the department’s curriculum. v . . . : ■ ' " - • - , . ■ ft ■ •i TXI 219 i i mii i M »n i m iii m u 1 1 1 1 mm Firing a cannon, fixing a glove, crowning the queen of the football season Boy-grabbing on Sadie Hawkins Day — great pumpkin fun. Enacting the mood of the Sr. Class play. Clapping to rally pre-game spirit. Making the year go a little bit faster. 220 221 222 solemn memories - , . . ' • ■■■■■ , . msem wQ v m m ■ « fe. .. . m- ■»■ ■ 225 F ... and the Queen is . . . R. Meyer, B. Brownell, S. Staton, C. Carlson, P. Carlson, E. Feddersen, M. Shaw, L. Fimiani, M. Staton, S. Ham. ■ Drama in Action Inherit the Wind 227 Quest for Invention LASER o 4 fa r tK ; A i i y ' ivcn t«e i rc 4o » PiASt-t A ? ‘SAW »( tA-x’-UA f»cti „ » , ' ■ . t kKterk irf« tnt » » ..■ Avr% f c tfi t% THZ PAHt C» EW. C A (. W?,ED 1 W r«f ' tBOAi ' .i ' «OlVT ««, A » t r i -A ?»? S ' s, » AMVft ' k, ♦ !(. H H % »««.g At!, C M-Sl.A ; (?»!• S THA? .- ' .VI. ' -. ,r% WAS t ? « ' ? 0 COASt 4 Of wf A S?MA, wi ' f.OtSS. E " ?v, WF ’ »A£S £ r ' ■ K r t % A 4m;.£ VA tiA H ify «ef t»f AJSSfcO 0 ££C g TH$Wtt EH?Sf £A i?1 t J 0£f iy 4 ' wSm$ ««■ g « nsns iu e) 6H r i zm ' iiii to Atfv ;, ? ,f AA rtsv st r € !■ ? ? ck‘ Jurc.« rwg S(fc£ ■ M- i «( ' VAOi ' TAACf ! ' 4 ! Mir » %?A», fc RSlOSV, C- f » ?G MtTAiAtM ft », « ' « 6fO « 4« 3 t f ♦ ' •« »« -»!’ Afd r r MU a a s»T t- ma w me i cqh tc » i e e Tv e w c« ta«,s. » 8«»f CKAMfi b ' «c m «» a • €% a«a tftuoft C v r t 228 ■1 Triumph of the Elders 1 230 Exchange of Cultures ' V w»noDBoaaaBBBBaa I !Hr ' ' v f 3 f- ' %%%. ¥tm tSSSlSR ’ ' ftmmW m$wM w k .... H |1 Mm IBM Sif Row 1. V. Aquiki, G. Reyes, C. Bonfin, M. Opazo, H. Pena, J. Tello, Q. Giron. Row 2. P. Vrzua, R. Valle, P. Marin, J. Marsal, C. Gutierrez, F. de Mana Hospina. Missing: M. Koller, M. de Huertos, R. Tello. 231 Competition Encourages Knowledge, It’s Academic National Merit Finalists J. Randolph, D. Bird, J. Weissman, C. Houston, J. Queen, M. Smith, K. Chance. 232 P. Beighley, H. McComas, E. Wright. wm Top Magazine Salesmen Row 1, D. Hoehne, D. Oliver, G. Hicks. Rote 2. K. Purcell, J. Cohens, B. Monday, B. Cochran, J. Woodward. Salesmanship, and Success. Betty Crocker Award Priscilla Koons 233 Top Ten J. Weissman, valedictorian, L. Barco, salutatorian. 234 tfi Row 1. T. Jefferson, seven, D. Oliver, Six, P. Willoughby, three, A. Carlton, nine. Row 2. D. Bird, ten, S. Davis, eight, E. Wright, five, P. Beighley, three. Missing. C. Price, ten. 235 Index Abbott, Bonnie.62,118,119 Abbott, Craig .62,149 Abbott, Martha. 96,140 Abel, Alice . 82 Academics . 198 Acree, Nathan 96 Acree, Shearon . . 14,125,151,158 Adams, Geoffrey 14,118,135,142 Adams, Mark. 96 Adams, Robert . 14,124 Ainslie, Bruce.96 Alexander, Dorothy.62 Alico, Virginia . 96 Allan, Ann . 96,145 Allen, Don . 82 Allen, Edward . 62 Allen, John . 96 Allen, Vance . 62,150 Almon, Martha 14,59,114,115,121, 130,160 Almond, John . 14 Almond, Mary.62,159 America, Gary . 96 Ames, Carol . 14,149 Ames, Linda . 96 Anderson, Craig.62 Anderson, David . 62 Anderson, Jay . 62,126,187 Anderson, John . 14 Anderson, Linda. 82,139 Anderson, Michael . 96,167 Anderson, Robin 96,111,132,153 Anderson, Vicki. 82 Andrews, Jeffrey .80,82,166,176 Andrews, Pam.82,110 Andrews, Richard . 96 Andrews, Rick 14,126,164,174,180 Angel, Mary. 14,131,151 Antonelli, William . 14 Arbogust, Harold . 62,136 Archer, Ellen . 15 Armbruster, Bonnie . 62,112,121, 122,127 Armstrong, Gary . 62 Armstrong, William 80,81,82,149, 152 Art Club . 140 Arvan, Maria . 160,140 Aseman, Lois . 106 Ashby, Kenneth . 15 Amhart, Stephen . 82 Ash, Joceline . 82 Ashby, Scott . 96,111 Aszman, Lois . 139 Aviles, Juan.15 Ayers, Frederick 15,149,150,159 Ayers, Kathryn . 62,114,132,139 Baker, Barbara .... 135,152,182 Baker, Cleveland .... 15,134,150 Baker, Mark 15,142,151,154,155 Baker, Victoria. 182 Baldwin, Andrew. 182 Baldwin, Barbara . 96,145 Baldwin, Martha . 96 Baldwin, Mary. 62 Baldwin, Susan . 15 Balkman, William . 62 Band . 149,150 Bane, Ralph . 15,187 Banias, Bill .62,111 Banias, Bruce.96 Banks, Ellison 82,111,114,135 Banks, William . 96 Baran, Margaret 60,62,63,114,115, 132 159 Barber, Marilyn .62,111,125,133, 152,159 Barco, Linda 15,111,121,123,132, 133,234 Barker, Frank . 96,167,181,190 Barnes, Carl . 15,144 Barney, Linda . 96 Baron, Linda ... 60,62,116,121 Barricklow, Melissa.62,113 Barrett, Bruce . 82,164,166 Barrett, Diane.82,193 Barry, Lynn . 87,96 Barry, Paul . 16,126,182,184 Barton, Christine.62,196 Barton, Karen . 94,96 Barton, Kathryn . 62 Barton, Michael . 16,149,188 Baseball, Boys Junior Varsity 181 Baseball, Boys Varsity 178,179,180 Basketball, Boys Freshman 177 Basketball, Boys Junior Varsity 176 Basketball, Boys Varsity 172,173, 174,175 Basketball, Girls Junior Varsity . . 195 Basketball, Girls Varsity . 194 Bates, Michael . 82,90,183 Bathhurst, Marsha 16,152,159 Bathhurst, Darlene.96 Battison, William . 82,111,125 Battle, James . . . 62,111,129,136 Baughan, Susan . 82,152 Bautz, Edward . . 16,111,126,160, 211 Baxter, Thomas ... 16,149,150 Bayles, George . 96 Beal, Jane . 16,127,151,154,158 Beall, Jay.16,142,164 Beall, Richard . 96,167,177 Beaumont, Gregg . 82 Beavers, Donald . 96 Beazley, Hugh . 82,166 Becherer, Jane. 16 Becherer, Jean . 82 Beckman, Kenneth 62,124,183 Beckman, Peggy . 17,124,132 Beebe, Diane . 62,116,124,127 Beer, Susan . 82 Behlmer, George . . 62,111,140 Beighley, Paul . . 17,112,121,123, 149,232,235 Bell, Dale . 17,127 Bennett, Darcy . 17,129 Bennett, William . 82 Benson, Marianne . 82,152 Bentley, Susan . 17,147 Berg, Lucy . 92,152,161 Berg, Walter 17,126,151,154,164 Bemat, Beatrice . 17,119,140,146 Bernat, Elaine .... 94,96,111,190 Bemat, Miriam . . 17,118,119,140 Bemheimer, Jon . 63,135 Berres, Patricia . 17,147 Berres, Peter . 82 Berry, Lannes . 17 Berry, Marville . 96 Berry, Michele . 96 Bertron, Jack . 96 Bertron, Peggy . 17,146 Bertsch, Donald . 63,136 Besson, Peter . 63,138,188 Billings, Susan . 17 Biondi, David . 63,111 Bird, Daniel 18,121,122,126,232, 235,180 Bird, Robert ... 94,96,167,181 Bishopp, Dan . 63,173,174 Bissell, Arthur . 96 Black, Gary . 96,167 Black, Wanda . 96,153 Blaisdell, Linda . 18 Blake, Barbara . 96 Blakeney, Christine.82,197 Blakeney, Nannie . 96 Blout, Ronald .18 Bly, Anthony . 82 Blyler, Brenda . 96 Bohan, Betty . 96 Bona, Arthur . 96 Bona, Dianne . 18,111 Bonanno, Charles . 96 Bond, Morgan . 18,138,142 Bonner, Judith . . 18,123,146,151 Bonner, Shirley . 96,153 Booth, Cherylann . 96 Boren, James . 96 Boren, Richard . 82,149,150 Borum, Pamela . 82 Boone, Wilfred . 63,182 Booth, Arthur . 18,126,164 Booth, Ella .... 63,114,127,139 Bovet, David ... 63,121,122,149 Bovet, Raymond . 96,149 Bowen, Agnes. 63,152 Bowers, Sandra . 63 Bowers, Thomas . 19 Boyd, Gail . 19,127,132,146,151 Boyd, Timothy . 82 Boykin, Beth 63,124,133,124,152 Boykin, James . 96 Boynton, Evelyn 82 Boyles, Robert . 106,167 Boynton, Patricia . 19 Boy’s Chorus . 152 Boy’s Ensemble . 155 Block Staff . 112,113 Brainerd, Carol . 63,145 Brainerd, Diane . 94,97 Brand, Robert . 19 Brehony, Kathleen . 82 Bressler, Judith .77,131 Brett, George . 63,138,125 Brewer, Patricia . 19 Bridges, John . 106 Brill, Bruce . 82 Brill, Ken . 19 Brinckmann, Karen. 19,145 Brinckmann, Susan . 97 Brittingham, James . 96 Broadhurst, Gregory .... 82,152 Brock, Jane. 97,153 Brock, Susan . 19,159,194 Brockett, Carol . 97,153 Brockett, Ellen .63,121,133,159 Broughton, Dale . 82,125,132,138 Brown, Catherine . 63 Brown, Christine . . 80,82,114 Brown, David.97 Brown, Ivy. 82 Brown, Linda . 63,135,158 Brown, Richard . 92 Brown, Stephen . 82,166 Brown, Thomas . 82,171 Browne, Judy . 63.125 Browne, Malcolm . 19,142 Brownell, Bonita 19,13,151.160, 221.226 Bruggeman, Michael 82,111 Bruno, Dale . 220,216 Brunno, Tennifer . 97 Brush, Richard . 82.152 Bryan, Sharon . 63,113,138,197 Brvant, Linda.97 Bryson, Clavton . 92,166 Bryson, Jeff . 135 Buchanan, Ann 82,132,152,159 Buchanan, Elaine . 97 Buchanan, Pamela . 97 Buck, Linda . 19.110 Bullard, Elisabeth 97,101 Burdette, Carol . 97 Burdette. Joe . 63,164.166 Burke, Nancv. 97,153 Burke, Roderick.64 Burleson, Arron 80,82,166 Burleson. Barbara . 19 Burlev, Patricia . 19 Burley, Therese. 82 Burnes, Cvnthia . 97.153 Bumes. Douglas . 77,152 Bums, Denny.82 Burton, Francine . 82 Burton, Linda . 19 Burton, Melissa . 97,144 Burill, Marian . 64,113 Bush, Robert . 82,176,181 Bush, Willis . 64 Buss, Elizabeth . 82,124 Butchko, Jean . 97 Butler, Gary . . 60,64,112,126,188 Bykerk, Mary . 97,132,190 Bryd, Harden . 83,149,150 Byrd, Linda . 64 Byrnes, Catherine . 20 Byrnes, Kevin . 64 Caldwell, Carol . 20 Caldwell, Jerry . . 20,151,154,155 Calhoun, Ann . 83 Callahan, Sallie . 20,147 Campbell, Heather . 97 Campbell, Mary . 97,123,140,194 Campbell, Robert .... 83,150,149 Campbell, Sally . . 64,113,114,123 Campbell, Wason . 97 Caporlletti, Cathleen .... 64,152 Caporalletti, David . . 64,152,166 Card, Cheryl.80,83 Card, Geraldine. 20 Carlock, Gail . 97,102,190 Carlock, Pamela . 20,145,160,190 Carlson, Cynthia. 20,226 Carlson, Margaret 21,132,151,159 Carlson, Philip . 21,116,164,226 Carlton, Alice 21,121,127,154,235 Carmalt, John . 97 Carmola, David . 77 Carr, Margaret . 21,114 Carson, Deborah .64,122,124,133 Carter, Diana. 21 Carter, Patricia . 64,132 Casberg, Thomas . 83 Catchpole, Cynthia 13,21,131,133, 151,158 Caumont, Gary . 83 Ceresi, Frank . 83 Ceresi, Pamela . 21 Chadsey, Cindy .97 Chadsey, John.83,144 Chamberlain, Val.64 Chambers, Charles . 21,164 Chambers, Stephanie . .83,145,158 Chance, Kelly . 21,232 Chance, Robert . . 83,164,166,182 Chapman, Mary . 97 Chappel, Wesley . 21 Chappel, Margaret . 83 Chappelear, John . 152,155 Chase, Angela . 83 Chase, Sallie . 64 Chase, Scott . 83 Cheatham, Patrick . 83 Cheerleaders, Varsity . 160 Cheerleaders, Junior Varsity . 161 Cheerleaders, Freshman .... 161 Chess Club . 143 Cheeseman, Richard.22 Chennault, Jennifer . 97 Chilcutt, Thomas 64,172,173,174 Chloupek, Sarah.97 Christensen, Karen . 83 Chrisinger, Candace . 97 Chovanec, Gary . 64,151 Christensen, Dee Ann . 64 Chum, Helen . 64,129,194 Cissel, Susan. 114,132 Clark, Carol . 64,132,152 Clark, Charles . 97 Clark, Deborah . 97 Clark, Douglas.97 Clark, Joan . 22,123 Clark, Mary . 22 Clark, Jane . 83,134,152 Clarke, Paul . 64,151 Cler, Fredrick . 97 Clifford, Courtenay . . 64,66,136 Clinkenbeard, James.97,167 Cochran, Bryant . . 94,97,149,233 Coe, Philip.22 Coffman, Cvnthia . 22,152 Coffman, Michael . 64 Cohen. James . 97,233 Coin Club . 141 Coiro, Thomas . 106 Colbert, Walter . 83,176 Coleman, Amita . 97 Coleman, Carolyn . 64,113 Coleman, Robert . 83 Coleman, Sherrie .64 Coletto, Gay . 22 Collier, Wendy . 97 Concert Choir . 151 Connell, Tohn . 98,167,183 Connell, Madeline . 22.151 Conley, Charles . 80.81,83 Connerat. Carter .... 64,129,149 Cook, Alice . 65 Cook, Terome. 83 Cook, Kenneth . . 94,98,167,183 Cook, Linda . 65 Copeland, Judith . 22 Copeland, Robert . 98,177 Corbin. Catherine . 98,145 Com, Phillip . 83.166.181 Cornell. Michael . . 22,142.164 Cornwell, Christopher 22,142,183 Cornwell, Wendi . 98,153 Corley, Ruth . 83,147 Coulter, Preston.22,166 Coulter, William . 22 Covington, Carol . 65,199 Cowgill, Patricia . 23,152 Cox, Terry . 98,167 Cox, Willie . 98,149,177 Coxe, Lindsay .98,111 Crabill, Robin . 83 Crabill, Steve . 77,142 Craigmile, Bonnie . 98,153 Crandell, Evelyn . 65 Cranford, Linda . 98 Cravins, Elizabeth . 83,132 Cresswell, Catherine .65,114,121, 122,127 Crockett, Thomas.98 Cronin, Jane . 83 Croom, Russell . 94,98 Croom, William. 83 Crowder, Paula . 65,113,114,132, 133 Crozier, Patricia . 83,196 Crum, James . 92,116 Crum, John . 23,180,184 Crumley, Christopher . . 152,180 Cummins, Daniel . 98 Cummings, Lynn. 83 Curling, Diane . 83 Curry, John . 83,144 Cushing, Joan . 98 Cushwa, Kurt . 98,177 Cushwa, Linda . 23 Cywin, Stephen. 84,170,184 Danaher, Mary . 65 Danaher, Timothy . 98 Dance Band. 150 D’Angelo, Mark .... 106,153,167 Daniil, Charles . 84 Daniels, Marcia . 98 Danowski, James.23,174 Danowski, John . 84,173 Danowski, Tom . 23,174 Daugherty, Donna . . 23,132,158 Davenport, Mike .... 24,164,170 Davenport, Alan .... 84,164,171 Davidson, Janet . 98 Davidson, Richard. 77 Davies, Donna . 84 Davies, Elizabeth . 84 Davies, Susan . 84 Davis, Arthur . 24,152 Davis, Douglas . 24,151 Davis, Gerald . 24 Davis, Linda . 98,153 Davis, Michael.98 Davis, Robert . 84 Davis, Ronald . 106 Davis, Richard . 24,152 Davis, Sharon . . . 24,121,123,235 Davis, Stuart . 98 Debate Club . 129 Debate Team . 128 DeBruler, Teena . 84 DeCandio, Michael . 84 Deets, Jacqueline . . . 24,151.159 Deets, Peter . 106.167 DeFrees, Tane 24,121,125.127,192 DeGroff, Eric . 24,58,164 Dell, Bruce. 84 DeMarco, Virginia . 65,149 DeMichele, Jerry . 98 Demetroulis, James . 77 Dempsey, Paul . 24 Dempsey, Rebecca . . . 98,149,197 Deneke, Katherine . 98 Dennehy, Roderick 13,24,126,164, 180 Denney, Lynn . 98 Deranek, Joy . 24 Deranek, Richard . 98 Desmond, Donald . 13,24,132,137 Detwyler, Carol . 98,111 Dewey, Cynthia . 65,193,194,196 Dewey, James ... 94,98,167,177 Dickens, Samuel . 77 Dieffenderfer, Ann . 65 Dinser, Karen . 24 Dinser, Thomas . 84 Dirhan, Louis . 144,84 Dirhan, Marylou .... 25,146,148 Doane, Karen . 63,132 Doane, Richard . 84 Dodge, Diane . 84 Dodge, Sally . 106 Dodge, Susan . 98,153,197 Dodson, Jeanne . 94,98 Doerflinger, Paul . 92 Dones, Bruce . 98 Dones, Kathryn . 98 Donnelly, William . 84 Donnelly, Patrick . 65 Donohoe, Anne . 65,145 Dougherty, Michael 80,92,166,176 Dougherty, Edward .... 25,152 Douthwaite, Lynn . 84,161 Downing, Brien . 84 Drill Team . 158,159 Dripps, Evelyn . 98 Dripps, William . 92,164,166,182 Dudley, Gerald . 65 DueFrene, Ruth . 25 Duel, Terry . 60,65,114.115.121, 123,127,130 Duff, Jera Lee . 84 Duff, Sharon . 98 Duke, Daniel . 65,184 Duke, Deborah .... 84,140.129 Duley, Jamie . 98,153 Duncan, James.25 Dundas. R ' chard ... 84.142 Dunn, Darnell . 25,133.152 Durrance, Robert . 25.149 Duma, Robert . 84,138,176 Dusek, Charles . 65 Dusek, Suellen . 84,111,194,196 Dyer, Cheryl . 84 Eanes, Donna . 84 236 Easton, Betsy . 25 Eber, Michael . 26,149,188 Ecker, William .... 84,111,114 Eckley, Paul . 98,167,183 Edwards, Charles . 98 Edwards, Janet . . 26,114,115, 151,154,158 Einbinder, Susan .... 26,118,119 Elder, Elaine . 98 Elder, Mark . 84 Elliott, John . 26,152 Ellis, Elizabeth . 98 Ellrod, Harold . 26 Eltzroth, Karen . 84 Embrey, Edwin . 98 Emory, Pamela . 65,133 Endahl, Jay . 98 Endahl, John 98,149,181 Eng, Steve . 106 Erickson, Christine . 98 Erickson, Deborah 98,194 Esporito, Carolyn 98,193,194,153, 197 Esposito, Sharon 65,110,192,194, 196 Essex, Donald . 26,119,142 Estes, Kenneth . 26 Estes, Marilyn . 98,153 Evans, Gary . 26 Evans, Henry . 98 Evans, Joseph . 84,171 Evans, Nancy 60,65,112,114,115, 127,132,151,159 Evans, Sharol . 13,26,131,151 Evans, Stephen .98,125 Everett, Gene . . 84,176,164,180 Everett, John 65,125 Ewing, Linda . 84 Ewing, William .98 Fairhurst, Nancy . 26,140 Fairhurst, Sharon . 84 Fall, Carol . 98,153 Fanning, Sandra 84,152 Farmer, James . . . 84,164,166,176 Famum, Jeffrey . 98 Famum, Joan 65,138,192,194,196 Faucette, Marsha . 98,197 Faught, Catherine . 27,132 Faulkner, Barbara . 84 Favarella, Gale . 65 Fawcett, Arthur. 84 Features . 220 Fedderson, Emily . . 27,226,160 Fede, Marcia L.98,114,153 Felices, Mark . 65,166 Felski, Karen . 98,197 Felski, Shelia . 84,197 Ferguson, Valerie . 98 Ferrand, Evelyn . 65,192 Ferriter, Theresa .27,114,151,131 Ferriter, Thomas . 65 Feuerriegel, John . 84,164 Feuerriegel, Judy 27,111,114,115, 158 Fiegel, Tonja.97,98 Filby, Charles . 99,167 Filby, Linda . 66 Filby, Richard . 66 Fimiani, Linda . 13,27,226 Fimiani, Robert . 84,166 Finlayson, Doug . 66,111,114,115 Finlayson, Steven . 84,86,139 Finney, Mary Grace . . 84,158 Fish, David . 66,171 Fisher, Nancy . 27,147 Fippen, Cheryl . 99 Fitton, Karen . 99 Flakowicz, Jan . 99 Fleek, Diana . 66,139 Fleming, Kenneth . 27,152 Fleming, William . 66,136,141 Fletcher, Carlton . 99 Fletcher, Deborah 66,152,159 Flood, Jean . 99 Floyd, Nancy . 66,123,161 Floyd, Sheryl . 99,190 Flynn, Kathy . 84,197 Fogleman, Albert . 28,131 Folk Music Club . 135 Folk, Nancy . 99,139 Football, Varsity 162,163,164,165 Football, Junior Varsity ... . 166 Football, Freshman . 167 Ford, James . 28,126,164,169,170 Ford, Jerry . 99,167 Ford, John . 84,166 Foreign Exchange Students . . 231 Fortress Staff . 114,115 Fowler, Jo Ann . 84 Fox, LaWanda 99 Fraley, Martha 80,84,159 Fraley, Priscilla . 66,152 Frank, Eleanor . 66,152 Fraunfelter, David . 99 Frazier, Christopher . 84,143 Frazier, Olivia . 99,153,194 Freburg, Lindsay . 84 Freeman, Richard . 66,188 French Honor Society . 122 Freshman Chorus . 153 Freshman Class Council . . 95 Freshman Class Officers . . 94 Friend, Tulia .99,136 Friese, Christina . 66 Friis, Claine . 84,152 Frishie. Rebecca . 28 Front Line Staff . 116,117 Fruehauf. Marcia . . 99,153,197 Fry, Janis . 99 Fulton, Jeffrey . 149 Fulton, Robert . 85 Future Homemakers of America 145 Future Nurses of America . 147 Future Teachers of America .146 Gainer, Carol . . . 28,132,145,152 Gainer, James . 28,137 Gaither, Thomas . 85 Galentine, Byron . 99 Galentine, David . 28,117 Gallagher, Charles .99 Gallagher, Kathleen . 66 Gallahan, Judy . 60,66 Garcia, Philip . 85 Garcia, Sheila . 99 Gardner, William . 92 Gamer, Mary . 99 Garrison, Roberta . 99,193 Garvey, Maira . 85 Garvin, Randolph . 85 Gary, Suzanne . 28,111,114,116, 132,133,192 Gaskins, Ann . 66,152 Gates, Gary.99,136 Geiger, Barbara . 99 Gentry, Susan . 28 German Club . 124 German Honor Society .... 124 Gibbs, John ... 28,151,154,155 Gibbson, Laurence . 66 Gibson, Michael .... 99,153,177 Gilbert, Donald . 99 Gilchrist, Sharon . 67 Giles, Kathryn . 99 Gillan, Jere . 66,67,166 Gillie, Jan . . 67,111,124,135,190 Gimelli, Jay . 67,152 Girls’ Chorus . 152 Glass, Patricia . . 28,114,115,125, 130,151,154,160 Goade, Thomas . 29,164,182 Gober, Patricia . 99,111,149 Godley, Richard . 29,152 Godman, Robert . 85,182 Godman, Sally . 99 Goers, Daniel . 85,166,181 Goers, Sharon . 29,158 Goeser, Catherine . 85,119 Golf . 186,187 Gonzalez, Carl . 99 Gonzalez, Paul . 99 Goodfellow, Richard . 152 Goodman, Richard . . 29,126,152, 164,180 Goodrich, Mark . 99,135 Goodwin, James . 85 Goodwin, Linda . 94,99 Gorham, Linda . 94,99 Gorham, Russell . 106 Gorman, Patricia . 106 Goudy, John . 67 Goudy, Patricia . 99 Grandinett, David 67,111,125,144 Grant, John . 29,151 Graves, Catherine 29,114,121,124, 135,152 Graves, Marion . 99 Gray, Alan . 67,152 Gray, Gilda . 29 Gray, Gordan . 67 Gray, Joan . 99,193,196 Gray, Richard . 99 Greaves, James . 85 Green, David . 67,123,149 Green, Janet . 60,67,74,121,123 Green, Robert . 99,136 Green, William Greenhill, Diane . 85,145 Greenlee, John 67,182,184 Greenwood, Lynn . 85 Gribble, James . 85,166 Grieb, Bennett . 29,126,164 Grier, Marilyn . 67,192,197 Griffin, James . 29,134,140,144 Griffin, Kathleen . 67 Griffin, Marcia . 67,161 Grovert, Karen 99 Gullette, George 67,71,123,131,134 Gunderson, Michele . . 29,114 122,158 Gunn, Linda . 85 Gumow, Patricia . 30,134 Gunter, Barbara . 99 Gurski, Jeffery. 99 Gustaves, Mimi . 99,139,153 Haaheim, Cheri . 30,114,159 Haar, Herbert . 30 Haar, Susan . 85,132 Haddan, Bruce.30,111,190 Hagen, Cathy . 85 Halbrook, Erwin 100,167,190 Hall, Bonnie . 30,151,154 Hall, Dane . 30,164 Hall, Edith . 100 Hall, Eleanor 67,114,127,151 Hall, Leslie . 85,125 Hall, Lynne . 85 Hall, Marjorie . 100 Hall, Mary . 85 Hall, Sarah 67,111,132 Hall, Thomas . 85 Halperin, John 85,171 Halstead, William . 85 Hammack, Glenard. 100 Hammersley, Ellen 30,125,132,152 Haney, Gamer . 67 Hanlon, Alice . 67,125.131,140 Hannah, Leslie . 67.127,133 Hannah, Stephen .... 85,182.184 Hansen, Fred . 30.227 Hanzlik, Deborah 100.153 Hanzlik, Susan .31.132.152 Harbert, David .... 100,167,182 Harbert, Thomas . 67 Hardbower, Helen . . 100,153,194 Hardbower, Laura . 67,147 Harder, Melvin . . 67,111,126,170 Harder, Susan . 60,80,85,145,152 Hardin, Donna . 85,147 Hardin, James . 106 Harmonettes . 154 Ham, Sharon . 31,159,226 Ham, Wendy . 80,81,85 Harper, Kenneth . 85 Harper, Virginia . . 100,114,194 Harper, William 67,164,174,175, 182 183 Harris, Barbara . 67,111,152 Harris, John . 31,164 Harris, Marjorie . 31 Harris, Mary . 94,100,153 Harris, Stephen . 85 Harrison, Virginia . 92,152 Harry, Robert . 100 Hart, Michael . . . 67,121,144,188 Hartung, William . 67 Harvey, Cleveland . . 13,31,112, 126,142,164 Harvey, George . . 100 Harvey, Leon . 68 Harvey, Thomas . 85 Haskell, Benjamin . 31 Haskell, James . 100 Haskins, Joseph . 68,152,174 Hatch, Kathryn . 100,153 Hatch, William . . 60,68,125,149 Hatchell, Thomas . 100,167 Haville, John . . . 85,152,164,166 Hayes, Diana . 100,153 Hayes, Mark . 94,100,167 Hazlett, Mark . 77 Headstrom, Ann . 31,125 Heady, Linda . 31,132,158 Heard, James . 31,125,160 Heabert, Lee Ann . 100 Heilbron, Louis . 85 Hellwig, Alyce . 85 Helton, Holly . 85 Hemptead, John . 85 Henderson, David . 68 Henderson, Kathy . 100,193 Henderson, Leslie . 68 Henry, James. 68 Henry, Justin . 138 Henry, Susan . 31 Henzey, William . . . 68,128,129, 131.152 Hepburn, Andrea .... 68,111,152 Herbst, Mark . 85,166 Hemholm, George . 83,92 Hertz, Terrence. 100,167 Hesaltine, David . 85 Hesaltine, Gary . 68 Hickey, Patricia ... 31,132,134 Hicks, Charlotte . 31,192,194,196 Hicks, Edwin . 85, 150 Hicks, Gary . 100,125,153,167, 182,227,233 Hicks, Larry . 32,151 Hicks, Sandra . 100,161 Hicks, Waine . 32,164,180 Higgason, Linda . 68,161 Hilbum, Bruce . 32,183 Hill, Mark . 100 Hill, Sandra . 68 Hill, Tamara . 100,111 Hillard, Pamela. 100,190 Hillis, Craig . 85,124,135 Hines, Mary . 100,129 Hines, Thomas . 85 Hinman, Andrea . 68,152 Hippert, Terryl . 85 Hird, Jeanne . 85,145 Hird, Stephen . 68,152 Hitchcock, Raymond .... 32,210 Hizer, Cheryl . 68 Hobart, Robert . 100,177 Hobbs, Kathryn . 100 Hobbs, Mary . 32 Hockebom, Wendy . 100 Hockey, Girls Varsity ...... 192 Hockey, Girls Junior Varsity . 193 Hockman, Bruce . 85 Hoehne, Daniel . 100. 233 Hoffman, Andrew 32,116,138.139 Hoffman. Alan . . 85.150 Hofler, Carol . 32,112,127.132, 194.152 Hogan, Christine .... 85,133,145 Hoke, Barbara . 85 Hoke, Robert . 68,116 Hoke, William . 85,139 Holden, Susan . 68,132,140 Holden, Wayne . 100 Holdsambeck, Herbert 85 Holland, Alan . 85,136,143 Holland, Norma . 100,194 Holleman. Phyliss . 100 Holton, Horatio. 68,138,188 Hoover, Cheryll . 33,140 Hoover, Michael .... 86,111,176 Hopkins, Ann . 68,149 Hopkins, Charles . 86.166 Horn, John . 77,135 Horn, Michael.86,135 Horn, Thomas 100 Horn, William 33,121,126,164,180 Horrell, Michael 92 Hotchkiss, Anderson . 170 Houck, Darlyne . 100 Houck, Richard . 33,152 Houston, Carol . 33,111.121,232 Houston, Deborah . . 100.194.197 Houston, Mary Lee . . 86,114.124, 138,140 Howard, Spencer. 100 Howell, Ton . 100 Howell, Robert . . 33,151,154,155 Howells, Valerie . . . 68,113,131, 132,133 Hower, Debbie . 86 Hower, Judith . 33,147 Howdzy, William . 68,125 Horrell, Michael . 77 Hubbell, Jane . 92,152 Huddleston, Colin . 100,125 Hudson, Charles . 86 Huester, Bruce . 100,153 Hughes, Stanley . 100 Hughes, Thomas . 86 Hugunin, Guy . 33,114,115 Hulings, Grace . 86 Humbrecht, Brian . 68 Humphreys, Adolph . . . 100, 167 Hunicutt, Marcia . . . 68,114,132 Hunt, Susan. 100 Hutcheson, Lynn . 86 Huntley, Pamela . 100 Hutchins, Holly 13,33,125,131,132 Huston, Gayle . 68 Hutto, Troy . 86,93 Huyett, William . 100 Hynds, Charlton .... 33,127,154 Hynds, Sue . 86 Iaderosa, Paul . 68,138 Ikenberry, Barbara . 100 Ikerd, Pamelee . 68 Ingersoll, George . 86,152 International Relations Club 134 Irwin, Kathryn 33,114,130,151, Jackson, Barbara . 100 Jackson, Gordon . 100 Jackson, James . 68 Jackson, Jimmie . 86 Jaenicke, Carol . 100,132 Jaffe, Eric . 100 Jaffe, Gillian . 33 James, Edward . . 86,166,176,183 Jaymes, Mary 69,125,145,193,197 Jarmon, Judith . 33,148 Jarvis, Marsha.33,160 Jarvis, Martin . 86,181 Jashinski, Victor . 69,164 Jaymes, Andrew . 171,164 Jaymes, Joseph . 77,142,174 Jefferson, Tom . . 33,114,115,124, 130,235 Jeffrey, Diane. 100,153 Jenson, Bruce . 77,152 Jepson, Barry . 100 Jepson, Pamela . 34,154,151 Jepson, Warren . 86 Jett, Norma . 86,131 Jewart, Rita . 34 Jewart, Shelia . 190 Jerog, Thomas . 100,188 Johnson, Andrew . 77 Johnson, Brian .... 106,177,181 Johnson, Diane . 34,127,151 Johnson, Jennifer. 100 Johnson, Judith . 100 Johnson, Les . . 69,124,141,180 Johnston, Daniel . 69 Joline, Daryl . 100 Jones, Kenneth . 86,111,135 Jones, Lisa . 101,149 Jones, Mary . 86 Jones, Valerie . 101,153 Jones, Wayne . 142 Jordon, Katherine . 106,153 Jordan, Laurel . 69 Jordon, Robert . 69,164 Joy, Stephanie . 86 Junior Class Council . 61 Junior Class Officers. 60 Kabler, Irene . 34 Kahle, Douglas . 34,149 Kamerer, Terry 34,151,164.180 Kanline, Kenneth . 86,134 Kaufman, Kathleen . 101 Kavaljian, Stephen . 101,167 Kay, Frederick . 86,143 Keen, James . 106 Keen, Toni . 106 Keith, Susan . 69,127,151 Kelly, Joseph . 86 Kelly, Robert . 69,181 Kelly, Rosemary . 101 Kelsey, Susan . 34 Kemp, Cynthia . 101,190 Keniston, Robert . . 60,69,141,182 Kennedy, John . 86 Kennedy, Mary . 87 Kenney, Colleen 92 Kent, Bruce 101,111,149.150,167 Kenworthy, Michael . . 69,124,135 Kerns, Kathie . 69,116 Key Club . 126 Keyette Club . 127 Keyser, Wayne . 69,131 Kihlgren, Ruth . . 69,113,132,148 Kilgore, Marilyn . 87 Killeen, Ann . 101 Killeen, Lavinia ..... . 87 Killeen, Susan . 87,125,136 Kilpatrick, Cardyn. 69 Kindel, Lynn . 101.139.145 King, Bruce . 80,87,135 King, John . 101,171 King, Michael . 35,121.126.135 King, Stephen . . 101,149.177.182 Kingery, Larry . 35,134,140 Kinnaird. Patsy . 69 Kinny, Alison . 87 Kirk, Ella Sue . 87,127,193.194 Kirk, Karen . 12.35 Kirschbaum, Wayne .... 87,135 237 Kirshrot, Charlotte 69,133,158 Kirshrot, Herbert . 80,87 Kissam, Gail . . 101 Kissam, Marip . 87,145,171 Kissam, Thomas 69,183 Klaasse, Martha . 87 Klaasse, Paul 35,154 Kneyse, Charles . 35,114,150 Knight, Deborah .. . 101 Knight, Mary Ellen . 77 Knollenberg, Wesley . 96,101 Knowles, Constance . . 87,122,190 Knowles, Gregory 35,112,128,129 Knudsen, Kristin . 35,159 Knudsen, Lisa. 69,132 Kobey, Clarke . 87,138 Koch, Deborah . 69 Kofler, Susan . 87 Koons, Priscilla 35,57,114,115,233 Koons, William . . . . 87,166,181 Kopp, Stephanie . 87,161 Kosmacki, Sarah . 69,114,132, 133,159 Koster, Kevin.35,152 Kougias, Christopher 69,164,180 Kougias, Janet . 87,144 Kougias, Patricia . 35,59,114, 115,158 Kozaczka, Jean. 36,124,151 Kozaczka, Louise . 36 Kozaczka, Mary . 101 Kravitz, Patricia . . . . 36,151,154 Kring, Holly . 36 Kristoferson, Karen 101,149 Krothe, James . 69,164 Krothe, Michael . 101 Kuencer, Walter . 69 Kuencer, William . 69 Kurtz, Ronald 36,114,119,131, 140,146 LaHue, Sally . 36 Laird, Marjorie . 87,152,158 Lamond, Lucy . 69,194 Lancaster, Burt . 69,142 Lancaster, William . . . . 101,167 Lane, Patricia . 101 Langlotz, John . 101 Langlotz, Ken . 87,135 Langlotz, Linda . 92 Lanigan, Dennis . 36 Lanigan, Kevin . 101 Lanzisera, Mauro.87,171 Larkin, Christina . 92 Larkin, James . 106 Larson, Christina .... 101 Latin Club . 125 Latin Honor Society 125 Lawson, Flora . 87,125,136 Lawson, Penelope . 36,125,139 Lea, John . 87,134 Lee, Ruth Sharon . 101 Leiby, Frederick . 101 Lenhardt, Edward . 36 Lent, Walter . 101 Leo, Eleanor . 81,87,132 Lesher, Ann . 70,122,161,219 Letson, Roy . 87,180 Levey, Randi . 13,36,132 Lewis, Deborah . 101 Lewis, Linda . 87 Lewis, Patricia . 70,145,159 Lewis, Rebecca . 101 Lewis, Susan . 87,152 Lightsey, Gail . 70,124 Liming, Ann . 101 Linn, Diane . 36 Linn, Douglas . 87 Linton, Terry . 102 Lisk, Joyce . 102 Little, Linda . 36,147,193 Livengood, Cheryl . 87 Livengood, Cynthia . 37 Livengood, James . 70 Livesay, Cheryl ... 37,133,152 Livesay, Cynthia 70,133,135,152 Lloyd, Karyn . 102.125 Lloyd, Ouentin . 87,125 Locke, Clvde. 102 Locke, John . 70 Lockett, Richard 87 Lonergan, Thomas . 70,166.183 Long, Nancy . . . 87,152 Lott, Kelly 87,166 Loveless, Betty .37 Lowe, Margaret 87 Lowe, Terry . 37 Lucas, Kenneth . 87,134.144 Ludwig, Sandra 102.132 Luebke, Timothv 37,128.129.134 Lupia, Christie Ann 70,111.114, 132.133 Lupia, David 102.136 Lurker, Martha 102.194 Lyles, Reginald .102 Lyman. Linda 87 Lyon, Vernon 70,121,129,176 MacDonald, William 70 McCabe, Melanie 87,132,138,152 McClure, Grant . 106 McClure, Grant . 92 McClure, Sally 70 McComas, Howard 12,37,59, 121,122,126,128.129,221,232 McComas, Virginia 80,87,111,125 McCrea, Richard 102,136,182 McCurry, Penelope 80,87 McDill, Jim . 70 McDonald, Joseph .87 McDonald, Thomas . 102 McDougall, Cynthia . . 102,145 McFarland, Dwight . 106 McGovern, Patricia . 87,132 McGovern, Susan . . . 37,123,127 McGuire, Joyce . 87,145 McHugh, Carey . 38 McHugh, Rick . 102 Mclnturff, Eddie . 106 Mclnturff, Janet . 70 McKenzie, Patricia 87,193 Mc Kenzie, Sandra . 38 McKenzie, Sheppard 38,111,135, 142 McKenzie, Victor . 70 McKenney, David . . 70,79,114, 149,150 McKinney, Roderic . 102 McKnight, Jeffery . 102,167 McLaughlin, Mary .... 13,38,227 McLaughlin, Suzanne . 102 McLinden, Patricia . 102 McMurry, Andrew. 102 McNair, Norma .... 38,114,158 McNett, Barbara 70,111,147 McNett, Gary . 102,167,177 McQuade, Diane . 38,114,134 Mabardy, Michele . 77 Mack, Charles . 77 Madden, Sarah . 70,152 Madden, Susannah . 102 Maddock, Robert . 102 Maddox, Michael . 87 Maddox, Pamela . 70,140 Madrigals . 154 Magazine Campaign Winners 233 Magruder, Katherine . 70 Mahaney, Raymond . 102 Maixner, Michael . 102 Majorettes . 148 Malnerich, Georgette 70,132,152, 159 Malnerich, Joseph . . 102,167,171 Malpass, Judy . 77 Mample, Judith . 38 Manger, Donna . 87 Mann, David . 70 Mannon, Kathryn . 87 Manola, Susan 38,149,152 Mansur, Elizabeth . 94,102 Marcellino, Emelia . . 70,114,125 Marco, Teig . 87 Marion, Evalyn . 70,194 Markham, Douglas . 70,174 Marks, Steven . 38 Marsh, Lynda . 70 Marshall, Anthony . 102 Marshall, William . 87 Martin, Charles . 70 Martin, Glen . 38,111,182,184 Martin, Harry . 70,121,182,184 Martin, Kenneth . . 71,124,136.,138 Martin, Pamela . 87 Martin, Robert 102,177 Martin, Virginia . 102 Mason, Richard . 71,182,184 Mason, Sven . 38 Masters, Alice L. 102 Matthews, Kent . 88 Maust, Constance . 71 Maust, Denis . 77 May, Nikki. 88 Mayer, Anne .71 Mayher, John .71 Mayo, Britton . 102 Means, Jennifer 38,147,148,152 Medico, Fred . 94,102,167 Medico, Jane . 88,125,147 Meeker, Margaret.71 Meiselman, Elizabeth Ann 95,102 Melugin, Clarence . 88,166 Melugin, Michael . . 71,169,170 Merrick, Gregory . 102 Mewshaw, Charles . 71 Mewshaw, Deborah . 88 Meyer, John . 88 Meyer, Pamela. 102 Meyer, Peter . 38,111,227 Meyer, Randall . 38,126,226 Meyer, Susan . 71,152 Mial, Stephen.71 Mial, Woodrow . 106 Michaelis, Annette . 106 Michaelis, Theodore . 88,170 Miears, John .71 Miles, Katherine.88 Miller, Ann 112,125 Miller, Jacquelyn . 71 Miller, John . 102,132 Miller, Paul 60,71,151,155 Miller, William . 39 Miller, William . 71 Million, Garnett 71,164,182 Milner, James. 71 Milosovic, Sandra . 39,119 Minervino, Marcia . 13,39 Miniclier, John 39,164,170,187 Minor, Charles . 39 Minor, Judith . 71,152 Minor, Nancy. 88 Misdom, Janet 88,133,152 Misdom, Kathleen . 39 Misdom, Paula . 102 Misenheimer, Stephen 102,177,182 Misslbeck, Jo Ann . .39,132,158 Mitchell, Dorothy.72,77 Mitchell, John . 103 Mitton, Cathe . 40 Mock, Craig . 103 Mock, Larrv 40 Moffat, Kathy 88,111,194,196 Mogan, Karen . 88 Monday, William 94,95,103,167. 177,190,233 Monroe, Clarence . 72 Monroe, Deborah . 103 Monti, Ernesto . 106 Moore, Jacqueline . 103 Moore, Joan . 72 Moore, John .13,40,114,151 Moore, Sarah . 40,132,152 Moore, Victoria . 103 Moore, Wilson . 88 Moore, Winston . 40 Moquin, Donald 103,125,167,181 Morgan, Diane. 40,150,193 Morgan, John . 40,114,115 Moriarity, Ann . 88 Moriarity, Marilyn .... 103,196 Moriarty, Yvonne . 103,149 Morris, Linda . 88 Morrigon, Albert . 88,182 Morrissey, Michael . . 88,125,182 Morse, Jeanne . . 72,113,148,192, 194,196 Moure, Michele . 40 Moure, Shirley . 103 Moure, Suzanne . 72 Moy, Carolyn . 88,159 Moysey, Susan . . 40,132,135,152 Mueller, Bruce . 103,104 Munsey, Carole . 40,152 Murph, Becky . . .88,132,133,145 Murph, Vicki ... 41,111,132,133 Murphy, Kevin . 88 Murphy, Paul . 72 Murray, Ives 41,110,111,125,126, 128,129,131,138,142 Murry, Daniel . 77 Mustyan, Linda . 41,148 Muth, David 41,128,129,138,149, 150 Muther, Linda . 88,132 Myatt, Susanne . 88,192 Myers, Boyd . . 13,41,126,135,183 Myers, Helen. 103,161 Nacci, Brian . 103 Naczkowski, Christine . . . 72,114 Nalls, Gary . 88 Nankervis, Victoria .... 103,111 Nantz, Sherrie .92 National Honor Society . 120,121 National Merit Scholarship Winners . 232 Nazeer, Aftab . 103 Nazeer, Freda . . 41,116,129,131, 132,134,135,139 Nazeer, Salma . 103 Neff, Judy . 103 Neil, Dianna . 103 Neitzey, Donald . 41 Neitzey, Kathy. 88,147,152 Nelson, Eric . 42,111,129,134,137 Nelson, Jean . 103,111 Nelson, Ronald . 72,166 Nelson, Victoria. 103 Nemeth, Joan . 88 Nemeth, Stephen . . 13,42,124,134 New, Carolyn . 103,197 New, James . 77 Newman, Donna . 77 Newman, Patricia . 92,138 Newman, Paulette . . 88,192,194 Newman, Sara.88,145 Newman, William . . 103,166,171 Newpher, Kathy . 88 Nichols, Willard . 42 Nickols, Margaret . 116 Niemann, Donald . 88 Nolan, Pamela . 72 Norris, Bruce . 72 Norris, Christine . 88 Norris, Richard . 42 Norton, Candace . 88,193,194,196 Norton, Carl . 103 Norton, Howard . 72,174 Norton, Robert . 42,121 Nylen, Arthur. 103 Nylen, Louise . 72,113,114 Obenschain, Richard . 103 O’Conner, Joseph . . 103,125,171 O’Connor, Catherine . 42,111,121 O’Connor, Sheila.88,121 O’Dell, Bruce . 86,136,141 O’Dell, Nancy . 103 Ofiesh, David 103,149,188 Ogas, Alice.42 Ogas, John 103,167 Oja, Deborah . 88 O’Keefe, Deanna . 103 O’Keefe, Dee . 42 Oliver, Dale 42,110,121,126,164, 235 Oliver, Donald 94,95,103,111,181, 167,233 Olsen, David . 88 Olsen, Jaquelin 103 Olson, John . 72,164,166 O’Malley, John 88,136 O’Neale, Carol . 42 Ordoyne, Laura 88,145 Orem, Michael . 77 Orenge, Andrew . 72 Orenge, Edward . 88,166 Organizations . 108 O’Rouke, Kathleen . 77 Osborn, Marti . 103 Oseth, James. 13,43,164 O’Tool, Barbara . 103 Otten, Richard 103,167 Pabst, Signe . 103 Pack, Lesley . 88,152 Packard, Mildred 43,192,194,196 Packard, Sigurd . 103 Page, Alexis . 103,132,145 Page, Catherine . 88 Page, Linda .... 72,132,138,145 Page, Locklin . 88 Page, Susan . 88,124 Page, Thomas . 72 Page, Timothy . 72 Paige, Cynthia . 88 Park, Jerry . 103 Parker, Janet . 43 Parker, Mary . 103 Parkin, Heather . 103 Parks, Christy. 72,151 Parks, Larry . 88 Parks, Raymond . 106,167 Parks, Sandra . 72 Parnell, Douglas . 103 Parris, Mary . 92 Parrish, Phillip . 103,167,177 Parrott, Stacy . 88,152 Parson, Pamela. 103 Parsons, Anita.88,111 Pascal, Dennis . 106 Patterson, Brain . 80,92 Patterson, Elizabeth .... 88,139 Patterson, George . 72 Patteson, Nan 72,132,133,190,194 Patteson, Richard . 88 Pease, Edwin . 103,149 Pease, Stephen . 43,137,182 Peele, Carol . 103 Pendleton, Karyn.43 Penfold, Eileen . 43,159 Penny, Carl . 106 Penzkofer, Carol . 89 Pep Club . 132 Percival, Bronson . . 72,134,188 Percival, Jonathan . 89,134 Persons, Frank . 106 Persons, Robert . 43,141 Peterson, David . 103 Peterson, David . 77 Peterson, Kim . 72 Peterson, Ronald . 103 Petteway, Gwendolyn 103 Pfeiffer, Andrea . 43,116,117,127, 129,130,131 Phifer, Charles.103 Phillips, Harry . . 43,112,123,151, 154,155 Philopena, Raymond . 77 Philopena, Robert . 92 Picard, Donna . 89 Pieper, Pamela . 72,132 Pieper, Steven . 43,117,142 Pierce, Barbara . 89,194 Pierce, Louise . 73,192,194 Pierce, Stephany . 89 Pikarallidas, Kyriacos 89,181 Pinell, Bruce . . . 44,114,164,180 Pinell, Douglas . 43 Pinnell, Nancy.89,140 Plank, Douglas ... 103.149.150 Politte, Marianne . 60,73,111,122, 127 Portalupi, Charles 73 Porter, Brain . 89,188 Post, David . 103,183 Potter, Sharon . 104,197 Powell, Gemma . 89,145 Powell, Joyce . 44 Powell, Martha . 44 Powell, Paulette . 73,152 Powers, Martin . 104 Powers, Michael . 104,177 Prentice, Jackson 89 Price, Carol Ann 44,114,115,124, 130,235 Price, Florence. 104 Pringle, Edward.44 Proctor, Bonnie . 89 Pumphrey, David . 89 Purcell, Kirk . 167 Purcell, Patricia . 73,171,233 Putnam, Elizabeth . 89 Putnam, Mary . 73 Quant, Catherine 104,145,197 Queen, James 44,111,128,129,142, 232 Queen, Sara . 89,192 Queen, Steven 128 Quill and Scroll . 130 Quinn, John . 44 Quinn, Timothy . 73 Raditic, Gretchen . 73,132 Rafert, Sue . 89,145,147 Ragland, Barbara 73,132,133,194 Ragland, Ernest . 45,149 Rainey, Jay 45,131,227 Rand, Christopher . 73 Randolph, John . 45,232 Randolph, Virginia 104,132 Ranney, Michael . 60,73,74,188 Ransom, Laurel . 73,193 Rasmussen, Vicki 45,132 Rattan, Jean . 45 Rattan, Nancy.89 Rauscher, Donna . 104 Rauscher, Ronald.104 Rawson, William . 89 Ray, Elizabeth . 104,124 Ray, Patricia 89 Ray, Sandra . 89,159 Raymond, Barbara ... 13,45,151 Readyhough, Albert . 73 Readyhough, Catherine 104 Redd, Pamela . 73,124,152 Reed, George . 77,187 Reese, Lesley . 45,192 Rehmeyer, Lindsey . 73 Reilley, Kathleen . 73,134 Reilley, Edward . 45,121 238 Reinecke, Ann . 45,140 Remsberg, Calvin . . 104,111,114 Renaud, Christopher 45 Resch, John . 89 Rettgers, Pamela . 73,152 Rice, Linda . 104 Rich, James . 89,176 Riding Club . 139 Rieder, Rollin . 89 Rifle Club . 144 Ritchey, Christine . 92 Ritter, Patricia . 89 Ritter, Richard . . 45,173,174,180 Rivard, Patricia . 89 Roberts, David . 60,73,190 Roberts, Pamela. 89,145,147 Roberts, William . 89,166,182 Robertson, Shawn . 89 Robinson, Henry .... 45,182,184 Robinson, Jimmy . 89,135 Robinson, Michael 89,166,171 Robles, Vivian . 73 Robson, Anthony . 73 Rocket Club . 137 Roderick, Bernard . 73 Rodgers, George . 104,167 Rodgers, Roberta .60,73,111,114, 124,133,135,151 Rogers, Ernest . 46 Rogers, James . 89,92 Rollins, Bonita . 89 Roper, Douglas . 104,167 Roper, Richard . 73 Rose, Thomas . 104 Rose, Thomas.46 Rosenberry, Donald . . 106,167 Rosenberry, Ronald.46,164 Ross, Carol . 104,161 Ross, Robin .73 Ross, Susan . 13,46 Rothman, Dorthy . 104,140 Roth well, Edwin . 152 Rothwell, Linda . 89 Rowell, Patricia ... 73,194,196 Roxbrough, Jane . 46 Roxbrough, Lee . . 89,166,181 Royall, John ... 89,111,152,182 Rupert, Gayle . 46 Rusan, Barbara 73,116,117,130, 132 Rusan, Tina . 104 Russell, Karen . 89 Russell, Katherine . 46,132 Russell, Kristine . 94,104 Russell, Sandra . 89,194 Russell, Suzanne . . 74,113,127, 129,138,194 Ryker, Bruce . 89 Saenz, Lauren . 89 Sage, Chauncey . 47 St. Clair, Sharon . 104 Sakas, Edward . 89,134,182 Saliga, Stanley . 104 Salo, Eric . 104,167 Salo, Karen . 89 Samson, Francis . 92 Samuel, Rebecca . 89 Samuel, Robert . 89,125,152 Sansom, Yvonne . 74,113 Saul, Susan . 89 Sauls, Lewis . 47,151 Saunders, Joseph . 74 Sauvage, Tauni . . 73,114,116,122 139 Sax, William.89,176 Scales, Betsy . 104 Science Club . 136 Schafer, Jeffry . 12,47,121 Schaffer, John 47,131,134,140,144 Schell, William 104,143,149 Schinlever, Boyd 105,140,144 Schmid, Roberta . 46 Schreier, William. 105 Schreiner, Nancy 47,127,132,145, 159 Schrrader, Henry 89,182 Schuck, George . 89,149 Schulherr, Anne . 105 Schulherr, Virginia. 74,131 Schummers, Gregory 47,121,125, 128 129 Schwartz, Ellen . . 89,125,159 Scott, Nancy . 106 Scott, Susan . 47,151 Scott, Walter . . . 74,151,164,166 Scruggs, William . 105 Seab, Charles . 89,111 Seab, John .74 Seab, Joseph 74,121,123,129 Segrist, Charles . 90 Segrist, Sherry . 47,132,158 Seguin, Francis . 90 Senior Class Council . 13 Senior Class Officers . 12 Senna, Sherryl . 105,145 Sert, David.90,174 Sewell, Richard . 47,149 Sewell, William . 47,142 Shafer, Patricia . 74,132 Shaffer, Jewell . 105,152 Shaffer, Suzanne . 90,152 Shaffier, Charlotte . 105 Shanahan, David . 105,182 Shaw, Cynthia . 92,188 Shaw, James . 77 Shaw, Mike . 47,172,174,188,226 Shaw, Nancy 74,113,132 Shaw, Richard . 105 Shaw, Shirley . 74,113,158 Shaw, Willie . 92 Shawn, Richard . 90,135 Sheen, Michael . 77 Sheen, Timothy . 94,105,136 Sheffield, Scott 47,126,187 Sheffield, Steven . 90,125 Shelton, John . 90,166,176,181 Shepp, David . 74,149 Shepp, Karen . 105 Sherburne, Mary . 74 Shetterly, John . 105,167,177 Sheya, Joseph . 90,166 Shields, James . 90,135 Shipman, Linda . 90 Shuck, George . 174 Shumway, James 47,112,126,149, 150,154 Shumway, Sarah . 105,139 Shwaiko, Lynn . 105,161 Shwaiko, Lex . 74,164 Sibley, Carol . 105 Sides, Stephanie . 105,125 Sigleo, Deborah . 90 Simmons, Mary .... 48,151,154 Simmons, Vernon . . . 94,105,167 Simpson, Michael 90,124,188,214 Sims, Robert . 92 Singhas, Flora . 74,193 Singleton, Jack . 74 Skapik, Tanya . 48,111,133 Ski Club . 138 Skinner, William . . 90,176,181 Slagle, Carl . 90,152,155 Small, Betsy. 48,129,158 Small, Robert . 106,149 Smith, Catherine . 105 Smith, David . . 75,128,129,134 Smith, David . 90 Smith, Donavon .90 Smith, Duane . 75 Smith, Dwight . 90,168 Smith, Elizabeth . 75 Smith, Lee . 75 Smith, Linda . 75 Smith, Margaret . 48,116,117,232 Smith, Mark . . . 48,164,170,183 Smith, Mary Lee . 48 Smith, Michael . 90,93 Smith, Mich ael . 106 Smith, Murray.48,137 Smith, Patricia . 49 Smith, Sarah . •.. 60,75,122,124 Smith, Waller . . . 49,58,152,171 Smith, Wanda 49,119,125,131, 140,152 Smith, William . . . 105,135,167 Smoak, Andrew .... 90,166,171 Smoak, Carolyn . 49 Smoke, Lynn . 12,49,159 Snavely, Joan . 105 Snavely, Kathleen . 90 Snavely, Patricia . 75,125 Snyder, Marsha . 75 Snyder, Stephen . 49,142 Snyder, Valerie . 104,132 Soapes, Rose 105,197 Softball . 196,196 Somers, John . 75 Somerville, Jane . 105 Sophomore Class Council ... 81 Sophomore Class Officers . . . . 80 Sorber, Gary . 105 Sotera, Steven . 90 Spaine, Richard . 92,166 Spanish Honor Society.123 Spears, John . 49 Spears, Richard . 105 Speck, David 49,142,152 Spencer, Linda . 105 Spencer, John . 106 Spencer, Scott. 80,90,138 Spinks, Linda 75 Sports . 156 Sprague, Carolyn . 75,132 Sprague, Diane . . 49,114,145,152 Spry, James . 105 Squires, Dwight 49,111,116,117, 130,135,182,184 Stallo, Michael . 75 Stanaski, Jan 90,137 Stanaski, Patrick . 75,124 Standford, Elizabeth 50,146 Stark, Pamela .90 Starkey, Arthur 106 Staton, Mark 50,173,174,175,180, 226 Steams, Duncan 90,152 Stephens, Kent . 50 Sterling, Malcolm . 75 Stewart, Allison . 50 Stewart, Barbara 105,132,133, 145,193 Stewart, Elizabeth . 90 Stewart, Sally . 50,152 Stewart, Timothy 50,126,164,180 Stiff, Nancy . 50 Stinemates, Patricia 75,116,117, 130,132 Stinson, Charles . 105 Strayhome, Robert.90 Strickland, Arthur 142 Strickler, Elizabeth . 50 Stromak, Susan . 90 Struder, Janet . 105 Student Cooperative Association . . 110,111 Sturcey, Judith . 50 Sullivan, John.90,176 Sunder, Charleen . 90,147 Sunder, Gail . 105,197 Sundt, Robert.75 Susskind, Michael . 105,182 Sussky, Anita . 50 Sutler, Frances . 50 Svitzer, Donna . 75,193 Svitzer, Jack 51,112,121,125,126 Swavely, Carol . 75 Swedberg, Karen . 92,152 Sweitzer, David . 75 Swimming Team . 190,191 Symmes, Mary . 91 Szadokierski, Stephen . 91 Tabb, Sarah. 51,114,193 Tadsen, Genene . 75,152 Talty, Patrick. 77 Tankersley, Carl . . . 51,126,164 Tate, Marianne . 91,133,145 Taylor, Drusilla . 75,152 Taylor, Edward ... 105,167,177 Taylor, Jane. 105 Taylor, William . 75,116 Temple, Mary . 51,118,119 Temple, Robert . 91 Temple, Virginia . 105 Tennis . 188,189 Tenny, Brian . 75 Tenney, Leon. 91 Tenney, Duane . 51,143 Teolis, Dorothy . 13,51,132 terHorst, Karen 5,116,122,131, 131 Thacker, Merilane . 75,113,132 Trackston, Ella . 91 Tharp, Michael . 91 Thespians . 131 Thomas, Vincent . 91 Thompson, Alan . 91 Thompson, James . 51,190 Thompson, Patricia . 52 Thomson, Clifford . 105 Thorpe, Deborah . 90,152 Tierney, Betsy . 52 Tierney, Patsy .52,111 Timberlake, Beverly . . . 105,139 Timberlake, Christine . . . 52,151 Timberlake, Diane . 105 Timberlake, Madeline . . 91,133 Timmerberg, Paul . 106,177 Tobias, Ronnie . 91 Todd, Allen . 52 Todd, Stuart . 105 Top, Ten . 234,235 Track . 182,183,184,185 Traynor, Priscilla . . . 91 Trexler, Barbara . 60,75 Trexler, James . 91 Trice, Walter . 52,152 Triffy, Sam.75,152 Tri-Hi-Y . 133 Tringali, Mary . 105,135 Triplett, Martha . 105 Troy, Christian .... 76,152,155 Trumbore, Clyde . 52 Tureman, Catherine . 105 Turk, Patricia . 76,139 Turner, Gretchen . 60,76,114,115 Turrett Staff . 118,119 Twomey, Kevin . 52 Tyler , Amanda . 105,125 Unangst, Alan . 91 Unger, Edward 105,138,167 Unger, JoAnn . 91 Updike, Mary 105,139 Updike, Stuart 52 Valdes, Michael 91,111,137 Vandervort, John.76,170 VanZee, Reginald 105 Varner, Janice.91,149 Vasquez, Franklin . 52 Vaughan, William 60,76,126,152, 164,166,190 Vaughen, Christa . 76 Vaughen, Christina 60,105,132,197 Veal, Patricia . 76,132 Vernon, Alice . 77 Via, Cheryl . 105 Vincent, John . 105,167 Vincent, Margaret. 105,194 Vincent, Sharon . 91 Vitt, Gary 52,126,142,173,174,175 184 Vogel, Katherine 52,134 Vogel, Kathy . 105 Vogt, Leslie . 52,132,152 Vollmer, Alan . 52 Vollmer, Lynn . 105 Voyles, James . 105,111 Voyles, Patricia . . 76,119,190 Wade, Kathleen . 91 Wagle, Dane . 91 Wagner, Kurt .91 Wagner, Linda . 92 Walker, Cheryl . 91,152 Walker, Mary Jo 91 Wall, Frederick . 105,167 Wain, Kristin . 53 Ward, George . 105,149 Ward, Larry . 53 Ward, Normandie . 91,112 Ward, Richard . . . 105,149,177 Ward, Susan . 76 Wardell, Gerard . 91 Warden, Thomas 106,149,150 Ware, Keith.91 Warren, Bacil . 76,149 Warren, Robert. 106,149 Wartman, A1 . 142 Wathen, Sheri.53,152 Watson, Linda . 106 Watt, Christy . 53,132,152,158 Watts, Michael . 53,187 Waugh, Cheryl . 106 Waugh, Karen . 53 Weathers, John . 91,166,176,182, 183 Webb, Linda . 106 Webb, Penny . 106 Webb, Stephen . 76,135 Weber, Charles . 76 Weber, David. 53,183 Webster, Kim . 106 Weeks, Emily . 76,131 Weigel, Stephen . 91 Weinstein, Janis. 106 Weissman, Jon 54,111,114,121, 122.126.131.227.232.234 Weissman, Steven ... 80,91,190 Welch, Mark . 92,137 Welch Peter . . 106,167,181,190 Wellemeyer, Charles .... 76,188 Wells, Rigena . 91,111,123 West, Douglas . 76 Westenberger, Robert 76 Westover, Lucy . 54,116 Westover, Wendell . 106 Wharton, Lewis 91 Wheatley, Mark . 76 Wheaton, Martha . 106,145 White, Ann . 106,125 White, John . 91,166 White, Leonard . 54,118,119,140 White, Richard .. 76 White, Thomas . 106 White, Walter . 54,142,149 Whiteley, Dudley . 92 Whitmarsh, Everett . 76 Whitmarsh, Thomas . . . 76,124 Whitney, Gretchen . . 54,152 Whitney, Kay . . 91,133,138,145 Whitson, Rebecca . 106 Wild, Jeanne . 54,152,158 Wilkerson, Michael . . 76,149,164, 183 Willgoos, Bonnie . 76 Williams, Anne 60,76,113,114,115 Williams, Cheryl . 91,190 Williams, Evelyn . 91 Williams, George . 106 Williams, George .54,187 Williams, Joyce . 76 Williams, Pamela . 54 Williams, Patrick . 77 Williams, Richard .... 131,144 Williams, Robert . 91 Williams, Wendy . 106 Williamson, Edward . .54,111,135 Williamson, Richard . 94,95,106, 177 Willoughby, Debbie . 91,147,149 Willoughby, Phyllis . 55,121,124, 149,235 Wills, Ralph . 91 Wilson, David . . 106,167,177 Wilson, Jane . 60,76,132 Wilson, Stephen . 106 Wilvert, Joan . 55,140 Wilvert, Rebecca . 76,140 Windham, Deanna . 91,132 Windsor, Sandra . 106,161 Wineland. Lloyd . 91 Wineland, Charlotte . 55,159 Witherow, Alana . 55,192 Witherow, Patricia .... 91,122 Wojtanowski, Jack .... 77,190 Wood, Ben 13,55,164,170,182,183 Wood, Jere ... 91,111,166,170 Wood, John . 106 Wood, Lynnda . 77 Wood, Ronald . 91 Woodward, Charles . 55 Woodward, Douglas 91,125,138,, 149,190 Woodward, Timothy . . . 106,182 Wooten, Stephanie . 91 Worden, Jon . . 77,121,174,180 Worthington, Linda 80,91,133,145 Worthington, Patricia .... 106 Worthy, Drew . 92,166 Wortman, Harry . 55 Wortman, Mary . 106 Wrestling, Junior Varsity 171 Wrestling, Varsity . . 168,169,170 Wright, David.55 Wright, Edward 13,56.121,122, 126.128.129.188.232.235 Wright, Linda. 106 Wright, Robert .... 77,138,142 Wright, Svlvaia . 92 Wright, William . . 92,164,188 Ydeen, Kathleen . Ydeen, Susan . . . Yearick, William Yemington, David Yemington, Gail . Yon, Michael . . . . York, Richard . . Yost, Mary . . . . Young, Cynthia Young, Fred .... Young, Heather . . Young, Jefferson . 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