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

 - Class of 1967

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HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY _ 1967 fortress volume IV fort hunt high school fairfax county, Virginia 2 From quiet moments of contemplation to spectacu¬ lar events of enthusiasm, the world looks upon us. In turn, by the revelation of our aspirations through betrayal of attitude, we look upon the world. We represent youth through joy and disappointment. We represent memories stir¬ red to reflective thought during events of change. We mirror the expression of the student body through anticipation and memory that comes, then waits to return much later. The Fortress in purpose at¬ tempts not only to capture some fleeting moment of memory, but also, to reflect what 2300 Federals ex¬ pressed in 1967. 3 4 6 editors editor-in-chief assistant-editor-in-chief jean becherer art and layout elizabeth buss senior section mary hall junior section sandra sedberry sophomore section marsha crowder freshman section gail sunder typing deanna windham sports sandra russell organizations jera duff features maureen dougherty business dale broughton index linda cronin literary richard kitchen robert ripley introduction and cover jean becherer beth buss 7 ■ T-iMM 8 table of contents introduction 1 academics 10 classes 44 senior 46 junior 98 sophomore 122 freshman 138 organizations 152 sports 210 features 276 index 304 patrons 310 v 44d SHSl academics To best present the advanced curriculum it offers, Fort Hunt maintains a large and very good faculty. And not only do the teachers offer students an excellent education, but they go out of their way to know Federals, to participate with Federals in their school. Fort Hunt’s teachers are the stu¬ dent’s friends, and in the aca¬ demic grind somehow find time for a friendly grin or nod. 11 administration Guiding with firm hands the business and activi¬ ties of Fort Hunt, the administration does its best to insure that the school year is devoted to the task of educating tomorrow’s citizens. Under the dedicated and capable leadership of Mr. Gibbs and his able assistants, the administration main¬ tains a firm control and a concerned interest throughout the many and varied phases of Fort Hunt’s program. Students are thus assured of the administration’s goal to daily uphold the essence of excellence at Fort Hunt. Mr. Adams Mr. Lyons Mr. Dolinger 13 Mr. Connolly i Mr. Cain As the Student progresses through four years at Fort Hunt, he learns to look to the Guidance Department for the help that he needs. Whether he be a graduating Senior or an incoming freshman, the student can expect to receive expert help from the Guidance Department in solving questions of academic preparations, social problems, and problems of a personal nature. The ambitious staff, under the Directorship of Mr. Smart, aims to help students in all ways. They offer especially useful aid in helping the student to prepare for and to be accepted by the college of his choice. guidance Mr. Urso 14 Mr. Schloemer Mr. Smart, Department Head 15 english Because language underlies all human experiences, Fort Hunt stresses the study of English, striving to impress students with the tremendous value and beauty of the English language. The study of literature, classical and contemporary, offers a format and medium by which a student is introduced to new and old ideas upon which he may develop his own. Using new techniques and offer¬ ing a broader program than ever before, the English De¬ partment introduces the student to the practical skills of English, to the heritage and beauty of its tongue, and to the great wealth and depth of human wisdom and ex¬ periences through literature, preparing today’s student for a richer tomorrow. Mrs. Chapman Mrs. Adams Mr. Gassek t ; fw Miss Dooley 16 Mrs. Jaekle Mrs. Smith Miss Huneycutt Mr. Hardman Mrs. Wayland Mrs. Alexander Mrs. Seidel Mr. Houser Mr. Pattisall, Department Head Mrs. Moloney Huff Mrs. 19 Mr. Layman mathematics As today’s society grows more complex in technology and science, mathematics comes to play a greater role in man’s daily life than ever before. To meet the demands of society and its technology, and to prepare the student for the mathematically complex world in which he lives, the Mathematics Department, increased this year by sev¬ eral new teachers, seeks to provide students with a greater understanding of the significance and widespread appli¬ cability of mathematics, to give the student a knowledge¬ able background in math with the latest techniques and resources. Mr. Duff tmm tMibUl v • T 1 t ■ i y . Y • X » ■ . v i " l i Mr. Armstrong Mr. Brown 20 Mr. Moulds, Department Head Spiff !! Mr. Desmond Mr. Lawson Mrs. Difusco . liis® Liwski 21 Mrs. Mergler Mr. Hartmann Mr. Lutes Mr. Barone 22 I language The student taking a foreign language at Fort Hunt is not only immersed in the basic structure of his chosen language, but also into another new and different culture. The romance of Paris, the Latin temperament of Spain, and the Saxon hardiness of Germany are brought into the classrooms through the efforts of the Language De¬ partment to give the student an excellent background in his language, thus working toward better international communications in the future. Mrs. Naylor Mrs. Extract Mrs. Hall 23 Miss Tucker Mr. Craig Miss Whitla 24 Mrs. Nelson Miss Schratz Mr. Rizzo, Department Head Mr. Ahern social studies To understand our progressive society, its past heritage and present functions, the Social Studies Department offers students an opportunity to explore in depth man¬ kind ' s civilization. Combing ingenuity of teaching methods with a strong insight into the subject, the Social Studies Department provides a unique drawbridge into the past linking the past with the activities of the present. By projecting the national movement into the classroom, stu¬ dents are made increasingly aware of the ever-expanding world about them. Mr. Wiley 26 t Mr. Stewart ■i ■ With a test tube and a microscope, through experiments and applied facts, the student is introduced to the basic concepts of science in order to gain a strong and varied background in the scientific foundations of today’s pro¬ gressive society. The student learns to observe, to apply facts, and to come to conclusions; he is introduced to the processes of rational evaluation through a knowledge of fundamental principles. In addition to teaching the stu¬ dent scientific attitudes and reasoning, the Science De¬ partment trys to encourage an interest and development in science, to develop commanding skills vitally needed in modern technology and advancement. science Mr. Miller Mr. Oliver Mr. Bishop Mr. Holt Mr. Hessler i 8 Mrs. Henderson Mr. Vretos Mrs. Rousos, Department Head Mr. Champagne 31 business Mrs. Halpern, Department Head To prepare the student to meet the stiff demands of busi¬ ness and to coordinate academic pursuits with business ideals are among the goals of the Business Department. Combining new teachers with new methods, including Distributive Education in which the student “learns and earns,” the Business Department formulates a rigorous and comprehensive program of instruction which intro¬ duces the student to the business world, and gives the student superior training to meet its demands. Miss Ruddle Mrs. Brock Miss Dale f W Mr. Colna Mr. Crawley physical education Mr. Grow Mr. Smith, Department Head 33 Miss Duncan, Department Head The Greeks adulation of physical prowess and their firm belief in a strong and healthy body emerges in the activities of the Physical Education Department, who seek to fulfill the pressing need for unrestricted health. In addition to providing healthy exercise and physical development, the activities of the Physical Education Department develop in the student the traits of leadership and sportsmanship. The department firmly believes that physical health must be in constant counterbalance with mental soundness if the individual is to progress ade¬ quately in meeting the standards of today’s generation. Miss Roberts Mr. Periello Miss Reichardt Mr. Scharf Miss Doherty 34 fine arts With an eye for beauty and a hand for creation, the Fine Arts Department brings together the aesthetic qualities of Art with the fragile timelessness of music and the power of drama. With a strong desire to instill the love ' of the fine arts in students, the Fine Arts Department offers a wide variety of excellent courses in art, music, and drama, and offers all the students at Fort Hunt the opportunity to attend presentations of student achievement in the fine arts. Mr. Christy Mr. King Mr. Dunn Mr. Kladitis, Department Head 35 4 mm Miss Eubanks home economics and industrial arts While the students in Home Economics bake a cake, the students in the Industrial Art courses busily build. In the excellent facilities of the Home Ec Department, the students are taught all aspects of home-making for that future home. In the fully equipped shops in the school, students are taught the skills necessary to build that future home. Together both departments work to create the homemaker, or homebuilder, of tomorrow. librarians and nurse Miss Bundick . I Mrs. Savage Mrs. Kurtz 4 37 iiisp Mrs. Huntley Mrs. McKinney Miss McLennan Mrs. Tankersley Mrs. Olsen secretaries Mrs. Balkman A 39 cafeteria staff Mrs. Green, Mrs. Wheatley, Mrs. Brinkham mil Mrs. Silvea Mrs. Moris Mrs. Gillespie 40 Mrs. Cox Mrs. Dodge Mrs. Montgomery 41 faculty directory augusta adams English, B.A. Penn State; M.A. Penn State. leonard ahern French, B.A. University of Maine; M.A. George Washington University. jewell alexander English, B.A. Trinity Uni¬ versity. james armstrong Math, A.B. M.E.D. Bos¬ ton. emily baker Guidance, B.S. West Virginia University; M.A. West Virginia University. frank barone Math Ed., B.S. State Uni¬ versity of New York. phyllis barton Home Economics, B.S. Kan¬ sas State University. fred bishop Science, B.S. University of Maryland; M.S.T. Colby College. roberta bode Language, B.A. Heidelberg. anthony bonanno Science, B.S. Madison College. Jennifer brock Business Education, B.S. Radford College. richard brown Math, B.S. Penn. State. franklin cain Guidance, A.B. Salem Col¬ lege; A.M. George Washington University. Charles carter English, B.A. Concord Col¬ lege. louis champagne Physics, B.S. Merrimack College. Catherine chapman English, B.A. Wellesly College; M.A. New York University. clair christy Music, B.M.A. M.M.E. Wichita State University. bert cohen Social Studies, B.A. Ame rican University; M.A. University of Maryland. ted colna Physical Education, B.S. George Washington University. thomas connolly English, A.B. University of South Carolina. william craig Language, B.A. Otterbein College. james crawley Physical Education, B.A. Lynchburg College; M.A. George Peabody College. joyce dale Business Education, B.S. Rad¬ ford College. ralph desmond Math, B.S. U.S. Naval Academy. enis difusco Math, A.B. Pembroke Col¬ lege; A.M. Brown University. marie dooley History, A.B. College of Mount St. Vincent. eileen doherty Health and P.E., B.S. Madi¬ son College. edwin duff Math, B.S. Bucknell University. dorothy duncan Physical Education, B.A. Brenau College. edwin dunn Art, B.A. Tulsa University. richard dyer Social Studies, A.B. and B.S. Southwest Missouri State; M.A. G.W. Uni¬ versity. janet eubanks Home Economics, B.S. Madison College. carolyn extract Language, B.A. William Mary. rita fox Art, B.A. University of Illinois. howard garner Social Studies, A.B. Uni¬ versity of North Carolina. eward gassek English, B.E.D. Catholic Uni¬ versity. haroid grizzard Business Administration, B.S. V.P.I. ronald grow Physical Education, B.A. West Virginia University. jane hall Language, B.A. Mount Holyoke College. coyene halpern Business, B.S. and M.S. Indiana University. laurence hardman History, B.A. Iowa Uni¬ versity. erman hartmann Math, B.S. California State College. margaret henderson Science, B.S. Southern Illinois University; M.S. University of Illinois. bernard hensley Social Studies, B.A. Morn- ingside College; M.A. American University. richard hessler Science, B.A. West Virginia University. claude hinson Social Studies, B.S. Clemson University; M.A. George Washington. charles holt Science, B.S. Hampden-Sydney College. william houser English, B.S. Shippensburg State College. joyce huneycutt English, B.A. Wake Forest College. richard jacoby Industrial Arts, B.S. Friends University. ann jaekle English, B.S. Mary Washington College; M.A. Columbia University. richard keely Social Studies, B.A. Mary¬ land University. mollie keesee Guidance, B.S. Madison Col¬ lege, M.E.D.U. of N. Carolina. timothy kerr History, B.A. Marietta Col¬ lege; B.S.E.D. The Ohio State University; M.E.D. Ohio University. 42 joseph king History, B.A. George Washing¬ ton University; M.A. George Washington University. wilbert king Music, B.S. State College. samuel kladitis Art, B.S. Youngstown Uni¬ versity. Stanley lawson Math, B.S. and M.ED College of William and Mary. orion layman Math, B.A. Bridgewater Col¬ lege; M.S. Virginia Polytechnic Institute. paul levy History, B.A. Niagara Univers ity. peter liwski Math, B.S. U.S. Military Aca¬ demy; M.S. University of Virginia. jennifer lurie Spanish, B.A. Pomona Col¬ lege; M.A. John Hopkins. leroy lutes Math, B.S. U.S. Military Aca¬ demy. dabney moloney English, B.A. William Mary. paul manning Business, B.S. Bucknell Uni¬ versity. anne mason Health P.E., B.A. California State. john mcclure Social Studies, B.A. and M.A. George Washington University. clara mergler Math, B.A. Radford Col¬ lege. dabney miller Science, B.S. College of William and Mary. william monticone Industrial Art, B.S. North Carolina State. john moulds Math, B.S. University of Michigan; M.A. George Washington Uni¬ versity. tina naylor Language, B.A. Mary Bald¬ win College. mary nelson Language, B.A. George Washington U.; Diplome Superieur Uni- versite de Paris. james Oliver Science Ed., B.S. Atlantic Christian College. james pattisall English, B.A. University of Virginia. donald periello Physical Education. B.S. George Washington University. mary reichardt Physical Education, B.S. Madison College. thomas rich Social Studies, B.S. Indiana State College. anthony rizzo Language, A.B. Emory Uni¬ versity. cathie roberts Physical Education, B.S. Concord College. susan roberts English, A.B. College of William and Mary. irene rousos Science, B.S. Westhampton College. ray scharf Physical Education, B.S. Uni¬ versity of New York; M.A. University of Arizona. carl schloemer Guidance, B.A. Loros Col¬ lege; M.A. Catholic University. henrietta schratz Language, B.A. Seton Hill College; Premier Certificat de Francais and Certificat d’etudes Francaises; Universtiy of Fribourg. sylvia seidel English, B.S. Trenton Teachers College. donald smart Math Educational Ad¬ ministration, B.A. University of Alabama; M.A. University of Texas. bruce smith Physical Education, Athletic Director, B.S. University of Illinois, M.A. Columbia University. carol smith English, B.A. College of Wil¬ liam and Mary. william Stewart Social Studies, A.B. Pen¬ nsylvania State University. adine suttler Guidance, B.S. Mary Wash¬ ington College. edward teskey Industrial Arts, B.S. West Va. Institute of Technology. phyllis thacker Business, B.S. Madison Col¬ lege. nancy tucker Language, A.B. College of William and Mary. carmen urso Social Studies, B.A. Salem College. joyce visscher Home Economics, B.S. Michigan State University. constantine vretos Biology, B.S. Randolph- Macon College. robert waldorf Guidance, A.B. University of Missouri; M.A. American University. van curtis wall English, B.A. and M.A. University of Richmond. elizabeth wayland English, A.B. Marshall University. thomas wells English, B.A. Lincoln Me¬ morial University. janice whitia Language, B.A. Muskingum College. elizabeth wilbur Language, A.B. College of William and Mary. robert wiley History, B.A. Rutgers Uni¬ versity. 43 classes For the four classes of Fort Hunt, the freshman, sopho¬ mores, juniors, and Seniors, it has been a good year, and one to be well remem¬ bered. Each class has excel¬ led academically and has contributed to richen the social life at Fort Hunt. Working separately and working together, all Four Classes embodied the spirit of Fort Hunt High School. 44 OTKSS UM94W§f»»» sisfe mm 45 46 | seniors President Jeffrey Andrews y 11 First Vice President | Gregory Austin Second Vice President Mary Manley Secretary Victoria Peters Treasurer Dwight Smith Sponsor ! Mr. Carter 47 d Eileen Cherie Aldridge Linda Lee Anderson Mary Teresa Anderson Stephen Lacy Arnhart Veronica Marie Anderson Jeffrey Allen Andrews Joceline Louise Ash Jesse Joseph Atkins Barbara Lee Baker Gregory Amel Baker William Henry Armstrong 48 Andrew Hunter Baldwin Ellison Banks Charles Peyton Barnett Michael Thomas Bates Greg P. Beaumont Hugh Alfred Beazley Susan Carol Baughn Jean Ann Becherer Suzanne Michelle Beaudet 49 Raymond Michael Belknap Robert M. Bell William Henry Bellfield Marianne Benson Lucy Ann Berg Peter N. Berres Christine Blakeney Kenneth J. Blundon Pamela Lee Borum Deborah Carol Bowman Timothy T. Boyd Lexie Louise Booher Richard Vincent Boren 50 Evelyn Joan Boynton Kathryn R. Braddy Kathleen Ann Brehony Dale Harrison Broughton Aaron Chris Burleson Denny Lee Burns 51 Robert Graham Bush Marion Camp Thomas A. Casberg Edmund C. Castillo Robert Hugh Campbell Susan Barbara Calafato Gary Francis Caumont Elizabeth Ann Buss Frank Joseph Ceresi John Scott Chadsey Stephanie Ruth Chambers 52 r John William Chappelear Linda Diane Christmas School drags on. 53 1 Jane Hamilton Clarke Walter Francis Colbert Robert Eugene Coleman Priscilla Alden Collinson Charles Duncan Conley Ruth Ann Corley Patricia Sue Crozier Phillip Walter Corn Elizabeth Ann Cravens William Purycar Croom Robin Lynn Crabill James Andrew Crum Patricia Ann Cullen Diane Minton Curling John Joseph Curry 54 Teena Leann Debruler Michael Gail DeCandio Bruce Lloyd Dell William Wallace Deyerle Paul Ford Davis Robert Armstead Davis Stephen Allen Cywin Diane Lynn Dodge John Powers Danyew Donna Joan Davies Donald Sebastian Dibella Ronald Frank Dibella Louis Albert Dirhan 55 Maureen Ann Dougherty Michael Edward Dougherty Lynn Ann Douthwaite William Howard Dripps Michael H. Downie Jeralee Duff Deborah Ann Duke Brian Taylor Downing John Whitson Dunbar Suellen Dusek Sarah Victoria Duvall y 56 Cheryl Lynn Dyer William Michael Ecker Mark Steven Elder Gary Kyle Evans Gene Joseph Everette Linda Rae Ewing Sharon Kay Fairhurst ' VK Sandra Marion Fanning James Joel Farmer Barbara Jean Faulkner Mark Steven Ferguson John Karl Feurriegel Robert Vaughn Fimiani Steven I.ee Finlayson 57 Mary Grace Finney Robert Clark Flanagan Kathy Theresa Flynn James Forrest Martha Ann Fraley Lindsay Mark Freberg 58 Mari Ross Gibson John Fallon Gillooly John Richard Goddard Lyn Marie Greenwood Jeannine Marie Greffet James Waldon Gribble Barbara Jean Grossman Marsha Ann Guerren Linda Carr Gunn Marie Helene Gyomai 59 Susan Fairfax Haar Thomas Edward Hall Catherine Marie Hagen Leslie Ann Hall William David Halsted Gregory Eldon Hanes Stephen James Hannah Susan Johanna Harder Donna Marie Hardin Carolyn Francine Hargrove Donald Robert Harmon Wendy Joanne Harn 60 Kenneth Leon Harper Thomas James Harvey Jill Margo Hauser Louis Albert Heilbron Holly Ann Helton Jeffery Frank Hemler John David Hempstead Mark George Herbst George Hernholm Jeanne Marie Hird 61 Bruce William Hockman Viki Ann Hodgkin Alan Ford Hoffman Henry George Hoffman Alan Howard Holland John Henry Hogan Robert Holcomb Michael John Hoover William Henry Holcomb Charles Franklin Hopkins Michael Deray Horn Stephen A. Horne Michael Howard Horrell 62 ! Marylee Houston Debbie Ellis Hower Jane Hubbell Holly Louise Hudlow Charles Ralph Hudson Jamie Elizabeth Huggins Donna Katherine Hubbeling Troy Lindsay Hutto Thomas Frederick Hughes Grace Ann Hulings Lynn Louise Hutcheson 63 Lindy Lou Johnson Kenneth Earl Kanline Mary Elizabeth Jones Charles William Jones Kenneth Miley Jones Frederick M. Kay 64 ! Stephen Keehn Joseph A. Kelly Mary Elizabeth Kennedy Katherine Colleen Kenney Robert Joseph Kenny Maryland Louise Kilgore Bruce Donald King Alison Jean Kinny Robert W. Kitchen 65 I Christopher Knight Susan Jane Kofler William Easton Koons Stephanie Beth Kopp David Leon Kotzebue Janet M. Kougias Marjorie Elaine Laird Sterling Marie Lane Kenneth Eugene Langlotz Molly Laine Mauro Anthony Lanzisera Christina Louise Larkin Flora Dennis Lawson 66 John Herbert Lea Sharon Moulds Lee Elizabeth Ann Legett Roy Alan Letson Quentin Allen Lloyd Susan Marie Lewis Cheryl Mae Livengood Stephen C. Livers Ericha Kristine Leibold Eleanor Sarah Leo Richard Lee Lockett Deborah Maxine Loe Michael Joseph Lommer 67 Nancy Jean Long Kelley George Lott Jeff J overn Kenneth Wilder Lucas Carol Anne Lutz Linda Marie Lyman Michael John Lynch Patricia Ann Lynch 1 1 Mary Martha Manley Kathryn Ann Mannon Paul Francis Mahefky Bonnie Blue Martin Donna Jeanne Manger Connie Sue Martin 68 Judith Ann Martin Kent C. Matthews Hoyt Porter Maulden Nikii June May Grant Andrew McClure Virginia Ann McComas Joseph Paul McDonald Patricia Ann McGovern Joyce Lea McQuire Patricia Diane McKenzie Jane Christine Medico Melanie McCabe Penelope Margaret McCurry 69 Clarence Routh Melvgin Kathy Helen Miles Karen Ann Mogan Elizabeth Clayton Monnen Wilson Jr. Moore Ann Daneille Moriarity Linda Kay Morris Albert William Morrison George Warren Morgan 70 Michael Joseph Morrissey Lela Elizabeth Mose Suzanne Lee Moure Miyako Nakazawa Susanne Frederick Myatt Leslie Mouton Donna Clare Mowery Carolyn Lilian Moy Kevin Francis Murphy Linda Lee Muther Gary W. Nalls James Lee Nance Kathryn Venona Neitzey Joan Christine Nemeth 71 Mark Dickens Neuhart Don Paul Niemann Paulette Sarah Newman Richard Laverne Nispel Kathy Gwen Neupher Christine Jo Norris Candace Jane Norton Deborah Ann Oja Andrea Lou Oliver John F. O’Malley Bruce O’Dell Jr. 72 Laura Louise Ordoyne Marth Jean Padgett Brian Maxwell Patterson Edward Arthur Orenge Margaret Lynn Owens Lesley Elizabeth Pack Catherine Beverly Page Lochlin Scott Page Larry Michael Parks Cynthia Ann Parr Mary Candace Parris Elizabeth Ann Patterson Richard E. Patteson Carol Lee Penzkofer Stacy Linda Parrot Jonathan B. Percival Victoria Ann Peters Louis Mikkelsen Peterson Charles James Portaluppi James R. Peterson Donna Marie Picard Nancy Ragnhild Pinnell Gregory Lee Pister Alan Leonard Plisko Brian Foster Porter Bonnie Louise Proctor Robert Lathrop Philopena Charles E. Pikrallidas Barbara Jean Pierce 74 Don’t worry, Alison, they can touch it up. Joseph David Purvis Jr. Sara Margaret Queen Sue Ann Rafert Nancy Pratt Rattan Cathy Lynn Rapose Sandra Lee Ray Patricia Ann Ray 75 Frederick Eugene Recker John Joseph Resch James Daniel Rich Christine Bevel Ritchey Patricia Lynn Rivard William M. Roberts Deborah Dean Robertson Shawn Ann Robertson Jimmy Boyd Robinson Michael Francis Robinson Neil Robinson Jame Alvin Rogers Karen Ann Rogers 76 Kenneth Carroll Rogers Bonita Lynn Rollins Linda Marie Rothwell James Richard Rosenbaum Lee Kemp Roxbrough John Thomas Royall Sandra Russell Robert Allen Samuel Edward L. Sakas Susan Saul Karen Lynn Russell Karen Lee Salo Rebecca Lynn Samuel William Van Dyck Sax 77 Ellen Judith Schwartz Virginia Earnest Schmid Charles C. Segrist Elenry Carl Schrader George Irvin Schuck Francis Eugene Seguin Donna Lee Shaunessy David Russell Sert Richard Erin Shawn Jewell Margaret Shaffer Steven Thomas Sheffield Suzanne Shaffer 78 Joseph Kark Sheya Linda Ann Shipman Deborah Lucille Sigleo William George Skinner Andrew Warren Smoak Richard Dennis Spaine 79 D’aun M. Spears Joanne Speed Scott Spencer Jan Stanley Stanaski Pamela Helen Stark Duncan Gibbons Stearns Cindy Jo Stedman Cathy Dean Steele Robert James Strayhorne Elizabeth Stewart Susan Lois Stromak Stephen Paul Stoller John Donley Sullivan Susan Stout 80 Charleen Louise Sunder Kathleen Nelson Sylvester Philip Charles Sutherling Mary Harriss Symmes Karen Lee Swedberg Stephen Roland Szadokierski David Leonard Sweitzer FORT HUNT HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY Marianne Tate Leon Walter Tenney Alan Wayne Thompson Deborah Ann Thorpe Vincent Allen Thomas Maderline Maephea Timberlake 81 Ronnie Dudley Tobias Priscilla Alden Traynor James Huthison Treler Mary Ann Tringali Alan Kiefer Unangst Jo Ann Unger Susan Michelle Urban Michael Edward Valdes Janice Ann Varner Sharon Valores Vincent 82 Thomas Webber Stephen Russell Weigel Steven Larry Weissman Nancey Dianne Warfle John Henry Weathers Lincoln Putnam Webb Keith Lincoln Ware Lewis W. Wharton John Fisher White Rigena Faye Wells Max David Whitford Elizabeth Dulang Whiting Kay Ellen Whitney Cheryl Ann Williams 83 mm Ralph Alan Wills Evelyn Louise Williams Deanna Kay Windham Robert Grey Williams Patricia Ruth Witherow Debbie Kay Willoughby Jack Fitzgerald Wojtanowski Jere Franklin Wood Ronald Everett Wood Douglas Cameron Woodward Walter Christopher Woolley Drew Francis Worthy Syliva Ann Wright William Rufus ' Wright 84 Judith Ann Wyatt Richard Hamilton York Kenneth Young Constance Ziegler Qk tt t, A firm grasp on world affairs. 85 _ k senior directory eileen aldridge Nat’l Jr. H.S., 1; Choir, 1; Guidance Ass’t, 1, 3; Ger¬ man Club 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball, 2, 3; German Club Newspaper, 3; Nat’l H.S., 3, 4. linda anderson Keyettes, 3, 4; IRC, 4; Pep Club, 4; Spanish Club, 3, 4; De¬ bate Club, 4; Ski Club, 3, 4; Riding Club, 2, 3, 4; FHA, 4; The Block, 4. mary teresa anderson Library Club, 1, 2; Spanish Club, 2, 3; IRC, 3; FTA, Treas., 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Pep Club, 3; Mission Club, 1, 2; Field Hockey, 1; Chorus, 1, 2; Journalism Club, 2; Newspaper Staff, 2. vicki anderson Archery Club, 1; Intra. Basketball, 1, 2; Folk Music Club, 2; Art Club, 3, 4; IRC, 3; FHA, 3; FTA, 4; Spanish Club, Treas., 3; Lab Ass’t, 3; Class Coun., 3; Powder Puff Foot¬ ball, 4; Prom Comm. Chairman, 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm., 3; Tri- Hi-Y, 4. jeff andrews Vice Chairman of Prov¬ incial Student Gov’t, 1; Class Coun., 2; Class Pres., 3, 4; Key Club, 2, 3, 4, Treas., 3; Varsity Club, 3, 4; Boys’ State Rep., 3; Frosh Football, 1; JV Football, 2; Va. Football, 3, 4, Capt., 4; Frosh Basketball, 1; JV Basketball, 2; JV Baseball, 1. skip armstrong SGA Rep., 1; Intra. Ping-Pong, 1; Intra. Basketball, 1, 2; Frosh Football, 1; Var. Track, 1, 2; Class Pres., 2; Spanish Club, 3; Class Coun. Alt., 3; Boys Drill Team; Powder Puff Football Game, 3; Mad¬ rigals, 4. steve arnhart H.R. Rep., 1, 2; De¬ bate Club, 1; Newspaper Staff, 1, Sports Ed., 3; SC A Publicity Chair¬ man, 4. jocie ash Cheerleader, 1; Pep Club, 1, 2, 3, Sgt. at Arms, 2; Art Club, Treas., 1; Chorus Club, 1; Softball, 1; Hockey, 1; IRC, 3, 4; FHA, 3, 4; Class Coun. Rep. 1, 4; Folk Music Club, 4; Musical Review Club, 4; Madrigals, 4; Concert Choir, 4; French Club, 4. jesse afkins Hi-Y, 3, 4; H.R. Rep., 1, 3, 4; Yearbook, 4; Debate, 4. greg austin Marching Band, 1, 2; Con¬ cert Band, 1, 2; Dance Band, 1; De¬ bate Team, 2, 3, 4, Capt., 4; Hi-Y, 3, 4, Pres., 4; Vice Pres, of Class, 4; Boys’ State Rep., 3. bonnie baker Folk Music Club, 1, 3, Sec., 2; SCA Delegate, 1; SCA Alt., 2; JV Cheerleader, 3; Powder Puff, 3, Capt., 4; Jr. Prom Comm. Theme Chairman, 3; Keyettes, 4; Madrigals Ass’t Director, 4; 2nd Vice Pres. SCA, 4; Tri-Hi Leadership Conference, 3; Activity Coun., 3, 4; Sr. Night, 3. greg baker Var. Golf, 3, 4. leslie baker Art Club, 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club, 3; French Club, 1, 2; LaCross, 2 Vr. Tennis, 3; Drama Club, 2; Variety Show, 3; Jr. Sr. Play, 3; Spirit Comm., 3; Folk Club, 2. andy baldwin Class Coun., 1, 2. ellie banks SCA Rep., 1, 2; Folk Music Club, 1, 2; Intra. Basketball; Yearbook Staff, 2; Drill Team, 3, Squad Leader, 4; Latin Club, 3, 4; Keyettes, 3, Vice Pres., 4; SCA Sec. 4; Homecoming Princess, 2, 3, Queen, 4; Jr. Prom Queen, 3. charles barnet Cross Country, 2, 3; Wrestling, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3. b ruce barrett Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; SGA, 1, 2; H.R. Rep., 1, 2; Intra., 1, 2; Track, 3; Letterman Club, 3, 4; Science Club, 2; NRSG, 3; Math Club, 1. diane barrett Cheerleader, 1; Student Coun., 1, 2, 4; JV Field Hockey, 2; Concert Choir, 4; Art Club, 1; Musi¬ cal Review Club, 4; FNA, 1; Mission Club, 1. gordon bass Pep Club, 2; North Beach Surf Club, 2; Inter-Club Coun., 2; Industrial Arts Club, 3, 4. michael bates Rifle Club, 1, 2, Vice Pres., 2; Var. Track, 1, 2, 3; JV Tennis, 3; Var. Tennis, 4. bill battison Intra. Basketball, 1; Intra. Volleyball, 1; Band, 1; SGA Rep., 2; Folk Music Club, 2, 3, 4; Class Coun., 3, 4; Prom Comm., 3, 4; Sports Car Club, Pres., 4; Powder Puff Cheer¬ leader, 4; Key Club, 4; Latin H.S., 4; Debate Club, 4; Ski Club, 4. susan baughan Folk Music Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; IRC, 4; French Club, 4; Soft- ball, 1; Homecoming Comm., 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3; Fortress, 3, 4; Front Line, 1; Art Club, 3; FTA, 4; Eng. Dept. Ass’t., 4; Drama Club, 3, 4. suzanne beaudet Field Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 1, 2, 3; Softball, 1, 2, 3; Band, 1, 2, 3; Nat’l H.S., 2, 3, 4; Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3; Intra. Volleyball, 1, 2, 3; Intra. Basketball, 1, 2; Intra. Badminton, 3. greg beaumont Football, 1; ZETA Service Club, 2; Rifle Club, 2. hugh beazley Rocket Club, 1, 2, 3; Vice Pres., 4; Football, 2; SGA Rep., 1, 2, 3; Scuba Club, 4; Sports Car Club, 4. jean becherer GAA, 1; Pep Club, 1, 2; FHA, 3; Columbia Press Guide, 3; Tri-Hi-Y, 3, 4; Powder Puff Team, 4; Yearbook, Literary Ed., 3, Ed.-in- Chief, 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3. raymond belknap Track, 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country, 2; Gymnastics, 2; Ski Club, 3, 4; Folk Music Club, 4. bob bell Yearbook, 1, 2; Intra. Foot¬ ball, 1, 2; Intra. Soccer, 1; Debate Club, 1; German Club, 2; Motorcycle Touring Club, 2; American Youth Assoc., 1, 2; Sports Car Club, 4. william bellfield Frosh Basketball, 1; JV Basketball, 2, 3; Industrial Arts Club, 2, 3. marianne benson Girls Chorus, 2, 4; Concert Choir, 3, 4; Harmonettes, 3; Madrigals, 4; Thespians, 4. lucy berg Latin Club, 2, 3, 4; Latin H.S., 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading, 2, 3, 4; Harmonettes, 3; Chamber Choir, 3; Sports Ed. Yearbook, 4; H.R. Alt., 1; Pep Club, 2, 3, 4. pete berres football, 1; Basketball, 1; Aqua Club, 2. Christine blakeney H.R. Rep., 2; JV Soft Ball, 2; Var. Softball, 3; Powder Puff Team, 4; Girls Intra., 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Typing Comm., 4. Now look, Linda, my mother knitted lexie booher Drill Team, 1 % 2, 3, 4, Capt., 3, 4; Newspaper, 1, 2, 3, Rept. 1, 2, Ass’t Ed., 3, Ed., 4; Beta Club 3, Vice Pres., 3; French Club, 1, 2, 3, Vice Pres., 1, Sec., 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y, 1, 2, 3; Blue Ridge Assembly, 2; Concert Band, 3; Drama Club, 2, 3; Speech Festival, 2, 3; Ass’t Stage Mangr., 4; Folk Music Club, 4. richard boren Symphonic Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band, 4; Tutoring English, 3; Spanish H.S., 3, 4; Nat’l H.S., 2, 3, 4; Tutor¬ ing Spanish, 4. pam borum Art Ed., 1; FHA, 3, 4; Ass’t Faculty Ed., 3, Ed., 4; Art Club, 3, 4; IRC, 4; Spanish Club, 3, 4; Block, 3. debby bowman Powder Puff, 3; Prom Comm., 3; Jr. Class Coun., 3; Pep Club, 2; Biology Club, 2; German American Club, 1; Art Club, 3. evelyn boynton FHA, 3; Intra. Vol¬ leyball, 3. kathryn braddy Centenial Club, 1; Prom Comm., 1; Drama Club, 2; Homecoming Comm., 3; Nat’l Thes¬ pian Club, 4; Bulletin Board Comm., 4. kathy brehony SGA, 1; FNA, 1, 2; Pep Club, 1; Soph. Class Coun., 2; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; SCA Rep., 3; Sr. Class Coun., 4; Sr. Prom Comm., 4; Newspaper, 1, 4. dale broughton FTA, 1; Latin H.S., 2; Latin Club, 2; Newspaper, 2; SGA, 2, 3; Keyettes, 3, 4; Yearbook, 3; Bus. Ed., 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; FHA, 3; Class Coun., 4; Homecoming Comm., 4; Powder Puff, 4. Christine brown Yearbook, 1, 2; Intra., 1; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; Class Coun., 2, 3; Drill Team, 3, 4; FHA, 3, 4; Nat’l Thespian Soc., 3, 4; Prom Comm., 3; Sr. Night Skit, 3; Sadie Hawkins Comm., 3; Homecoming Comm., 4. ivy brown Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Var. Softball Man., 3; Powder Puff, 3; Girls’ Chorus, 4. richard brown Science Club, 1; Nat’l H.S., 3, 4; Sports Car Club, 4. Stephen brown Football, 1; JV Foot¬ ball, 2; Va. Baseball, Man. 1; Chess Club, 4; Sports Car Club, 4. tom brown Wrestling, 1, 2, 4; Track, 3, 4; Sports Car Club, 4. michael bruggeman Frosh Football, 1; SGA Delegate, 2, 4; Hi-Y, 3, 4; Year¬ book Photographer, 4. dick brush Sr. Night Skit, 3; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Powder Puff Cheerleader, 3; H.R. Rep., 2; Madrigals, 4; Boys’ Ensemble, 3. chris burleson Football, 1, 2; Wres¬ tling, 3, 4; H.R. Rep., 1, 2, 3; Sr. Night Skit, 3; Intramurals, 1, 2, 3; Class Coun., 4; Powder Puff Cheer¬ leader, 3, 4. this sweater. therese burley GAA, 1; Swim Team, 1 . dennv burns Rifle Club, 1; Tennis Team, 3, 4; Swim Team, 3; Chess Club, 4. robert bush Football, 1, 2; Basketball, 1, 2; Baseball, 2; Class Coun., 3. elizabeth buss German Club, 3; Ger¬ man H.S., 3, 4; Quill and Scroll, 3, 4; Fortress, 2, 3, 4; Art Club, 2, 3; Academic Coun., 3; Block, 3, 4. suzi calafato Intramurals, 2; SCA H.R. Rep., 2; FHA, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 4; Homecoming Comm., 4; Prom Comm., 3; Folk Music Club, 1; Sadie Hawkins Comm., 3; Sr. Night Skit, 3. ann calboun Pep Club, 1; FTA, 1; Modern Dance Club, 2, 3; SGA Rep., 2; FHA, 3; Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Co-Historian, 4; Drill Team, 3, Sgt. at Arms, 4; Jr. Night Skit, 3; Powder Puff, 4; Madrigals, 4; Girls’ Chorus, 3; Con¬ cert Choir, 4. marion camp Cheerleader, 1, 2; De¬ bate Club, 1; Drama, 2; Health Ca¬ reers Club, 2; Spanish Club, 3, 4; Ski Club, 4. bob Campbell Track, 1; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, Co-Council, 4; Pep Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres., 4; Latin H.S., 3, 4. cheryl card French Club, 1; Pep Club, 1; FTA, 1; American Field Service, 1; Class Coun., 1, 2; FHA, 3, 4. frank ceresi SCA Rep., 1, 2; Intra¬ murals, 1, 2, 3, 4; Cave Club, 2; Latin Club, 3. john chadsey Rifle Club, 1, 2, 3; IRC, 1, 2; Folk Music Club, 2. steph chambers Drill Team, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club, 1, 2; FNA, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Sr. Prom Comm., 4. peggy chappel Pep Club, 1, 2; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Sr. Prom Comm., 4; Powder Puff Football, 3. john chappelear Science Club, 1; Frosh Football, 1; Rifle Club, 2; Spanish Club, 2; Boys Ensemble, 3; Madrigals, 4; Powder Puff Cheer¬ leader, 4. angela chase Frosh Chorus, 1; Girls’ Chorus, 2, 4; Harmonettes, 3; Powder Puff, 3, 4. scott chase Track, 1; Swimming, 3. karen christensen FHA, 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas., 1; Drill Team, 4; Pep Club, 3, 4; Yearbook, 4. linda Christmas Pep Club, 1; “Annie Get Your Gun,” 2; Newspaper Re¬ porter, 2; Yearbook, 2; “The Ugly Something,” 3; Nat’l Thespian Soc., 3, 4. jane clarke Girls’ Chorus, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus, 1; Concert Chorus, 4. skip colbert JV Baseball, 2; JV Bas¬ ketball, 2; V Basketball, 3, 4; Intra., 2, 3, 4; Class Coun., Rep., 2, 3; Key Club, 3, 4, Sec., 4; Nat’l H.S. 2, 3; Latin H.S., 2, 3; Latin Club, 1, 2; junior Prom Comm., 3; Senior Prom Comm., 4. bob colenian Student Steering Comm., 1; Provisional Student Gov’t Rep., 1; Class Coun., 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y, 4; Ac¬ tivities Coun. Rep., 4; Nat’l H.S., 1, 2; Intramurals, 1, 2. teggie collinson Concert Choir, 2, 3; Modeling, 2, 3; Thespian, 2, 3; Girls’ Chorus, 4; Freshman Chorus, 1; Mu¬ sic Club, 1; FHA, 2, 3. chuck conley Student Gov’t, 1; Class Coun. Rep., 1, 3; Student Steering Comm., 1; Class Vice Pres., 2; Folk Music Club, 2, 3; Scuba Club, 4; Ski Club, 3; IRC, 3; Latin Club, 3, 4; SGA, 3. ruth corley FNA, 2, 3; FF1A, 3. pkil corn Football, 1, 2; Baseball, 2, 3, 4. chris costello Chess Club, 1, 2; French Club, 3; Wrestling, 1, 3; Riding Club, 2; Debating Club, 1; Basketball, 1; SCA H.R. Rep., 3. robin crabiil Debate Club, 3, 4; Drama Club, 3; Rocket Club, 3; Thespians, 3, 4; IRC, 3. beth cravens Drill Team, 3, 4; Pep Club, 2, 3, 4; FHA, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; SCA H.R. Rep., 3, 4; Senior Prom Comm., 4; Yearbook, 3. bill croom Football, 1, 2, 4; Baseball, 2, 3, 4; Rocket Club, 1, 3; Swim Team, 2, 3; Aqua Club, 2; Golf Club, 3, 4; Boys’ Chorus, 3; Tennis Team, 3. pat crozier GAA, 1; Varsity Softball, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Field Hockey, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball, 3, 4. jim crum Newspaper staff, 4. patti cullen Frosh Unit Treas., 1; Drama Club, 1; Tri-Hi-Y, 4, Sgt at Arms, 4; Jr. Class Skit, 3; Art Club, 3; Pep Club, 3, 4; Powder Puff, 4; SCA Alt., 4; Drill Team, 4; IRC, 4; Frosh Chorus, 1; Glee Club, 2; Girls’ Chorus, 4. diane curling Latin Club, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball, 1, 2. chip curry Rifle Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; In¬ tra. Basketball, 1; Boys’ Chorus, 3, 4; Hi-Y, 3, 4. Stephen eywin Intra. Volleyball, 1; JV Wrestling, 1, 3, Var. 2; Class Coun., 2, 3; Key Club, 1, 2, 3; SGA Delegate, 3, 4; Hi-Y, 3, 4. evelyn dane Pep Club, 1; Drama Club, 2; Industrial Arts Club, 2; Girls’ Chorus, 4. wade davenport Frosh Football, 1; Var. Football, 2, 3, 4. donna davies Frosh Chorus, 1; Girls’ Chorus, 3, 4; Pep Club, 1, 2; Art Literary Magazine, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3. paul davis Band, 1. robert davis Football, 1; Class Coun., 1; Basketball, 1; Boys’ Chorus, 2, 3. teena debruler Drama Club, 1; Music Club, 1; Library Ass’t, 1; Modern Dance Club, 1; Riding Club, 2; Jr. Prom Decorating Comm., 3; Musical Review Club, 4. mike decandio Football, 1, 2; Base¬ ball, 1; Intra. Basketball, 1; Intra. Volleyball, 1, 2; Class Council, 1, 2, 3; Alt., 2; SGA Del., 4; Folk Music Club, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club, 3; Hi-Y, 3; SR. Night Skit, 3; Prom Comm., 3; Publicity Comm., 4. bruce dell Folk Music Club 1 Basket¬ ball Intra.,, 1; Volleyball Intra., 1; Boy’s Chorus, 4. bill deyerle Red Cross Club School Rep., 1; C.S.M.C. Class Rep., 1, 2, 3; Chorus, 3; Folk Music Club, 4; IRC, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 3. al dirhan Rifle Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Treas. 3, Pres., 4; Yearbook, 3; Teacher Ass’t., 3; Newspaper, 4. diane dodge Folk Music Club, 1. Dance Band, 1, 2; Spanish Club, 3; FTA, 3; DECA, 4. dee dougherty Newspaper Staff, 1, 2; Annual Staff, 1, 2; Yearbook Features Ed. 4; GAA, 1, 2; Intra. Basketball, 1, 2; FHA, 3, 4; Homecoming Attend¬ ant, 2, 4; Student Council Rep., 2; Prom Comm., 3; The Block, 3; Prom Court, 3. mike dougherty Class Council Rep., 2, Alt., 4; Class Vice-Pres., 3; Frosh Football, 1; Frosh Basketball, 1; JV Football, 2; JV Basketball, 2; Var. Basketball, 3; Basketball Intra., 3; Ping-pong Intra., 2; Key Club, 3, 4, Rep. to Activity Coun., 4; Key Club Convention, 4; Hi-Y, 3, 4; Frosh Orientation Comm., 4; Nat’l. H.S., 2, 3, 4; Academic Coun., 4; Chairman of Library Comm., 4; Coach Powder Puff Football, 3, 4; SCA Magazine Skit, 3; Sr. Magazine Skit, 4; Alt. to Va. Boy’s State, 3; Alt., to DC Boy’s State, 3; Sr. Night Skit, 3; Harvard Award, 3; French H.S., 4; Chairman of Homecoming Comm., 4; Student Directory Comm., 4; Yearbook Typ¬ ing Comm., 4; Delegate to State SGA Convention, 3. lynn douthwaite Folk Music Club; Pep Club, 1, 2, 3; JV Cheerleader, 2, 3; FHA, 4. michael downie Nat’l. H.S., 3, 4; Chess Club, 4; Debate Club, 4; Student Coun., 3; Tennis, 3, 4; Soccer, 2, 3; Basketball, 2, 3; Stamp and Coin Club, 4. bill downing SGA Rep., 1; Basketball Intra., 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball, 2; Latin Club, 2, 3; Powder Puff Cheer¬ leader, 3, 4; Class Coun., 4; Sr. Night Play, 3; Sports Car Club, 4; Pep Club, 3; Prom Comm., 3. bill dripps Football, 1; JV Football, 2; Var. Football, 3, 4; Basketball, 1; Track, 2, 3; Nat’l. H.S., 3, 4; Hi-Y, 3, 4. jera duff Intra. Basketball, 2; Ski Club, 3, 4; JV Hockey, 3; Yearbook, 3, Organization Editor, 4, Jr. Prom Comm., 3. deborah duke SGA, 1; Debate Team. cheri dyer Cheerleader, 1; French Club, 1; SGA Rep., 1; Latin Club, 2; FHA, 3; Newspaper Ed., 4. mike ecker Class Coun., 1; Yearbook, 2; Debate Club, 3, 4; Activities Coun., 4; Hi-Y, 3, 4; Orientation Comm. Chairman, 4; SGA Delegate, 2; Young Democrats, 3, 4; IRC, 4; Track Team, 3. mark elder Photo Club, 1, 2; Track, 1, 4; Sports Car Club, 4. gary evans Wrestling, 2, 3; Football, 1; Track, 1, 2. gene everett SGA Rep., 1; Frosh Football, 1; Frosh Basketball, 1; JV Baseball, 1; Var. Football, 2; JV Basketball, 2; Var. Baseball, 2, 3, 4; Folk Music Club, 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 3; Key Club, 2, 3, 4; Var. Letterman’s Club, Sec. 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3. linda ewing Intra. Basketball, 1, 2; FHA, 3; Art Club, 3; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Sr. Prom Comm., 4; DE, 4. sandy fanning Girl’s Chorus, 2, 3; DECA, 4. joel farmer Var. Track, 1, 2, 3, 4; JV Football, 1, 2; Var. Basketball, 1; SCA Rep., Alt., 1; Science Club, 1, 2; History Club, 2; Var. Football, 3, 4; Var. Wrestling, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm., 3. barbara faulkner French Club, 1; SCA Alt., 1; Jr. Class Coun., 3; FHA, 1, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Sadie Hawkins Comm., 3; Drill Team, 4; Pep Club, 4; Sr. Class Coun., 4. mark ferguson Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 2, 4; Art Club, 1, 2; Spanish Club, 2; Scuba Club, 2; Tennis, 1. john feuerriegel Frosh Football, 1; Var. Football, 2, 3, 4; Var. Wrestling, 3, 4; Var. Track, 3, 4; Lettermans Club, 3, 4; Formula Club, 1, Pres., 1; Science Club, 1; SCA Rep., 1, 2. robert fimiani Math Club, 1; Chess Club, 1; Ski Club, 3, 4; JV Football, 2, 3; Var. Football, 4; Track, 3, 4. steve finlayson SGA Del., 1 ' , Ski Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres., 3, Pres., Cross Country, 2, 3; Ass’t. Stage Mgr., 3; Managing Ed. of Front Line, 4. mary grace finney Drill Team, 2, 3, 4; Art Literary Magazine Staff, 4; Front Line Staff, 4; H.R. Rep., 2; Powder Puff Football, 4; Pep Club, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3. bob flanagan Track Team, 2, 3; Baseball, 3. kathy flynn FNA, 3, 4; JV Softball Team, 2; French Club, 2, 3; Clinic Ass’t., 4; Activities Coun., 4; Hockey Team Mgr., 2. 88 jini forrest Student Coun., 1; Gym¬ nastics Team, 1, 2, 3; Jr. Fund Comm., 3. jo ann fowler Pep Club, 1; Folk Music Club, 1; H.R. Rep., 3. martha fraley Soph. Coun., 2; Drill Team, 2, 3, 4; FHA, 3, 4; SGA Alt., 3, 4; Jr. Prom Com., 3; Intra. Basket¬ ball, 1, 2; Pep Club, 2, 3, 4. craig frazier Cave Club, 2; Chess Club, 1, 2; Rifle Club, 2, 3; Russian Club, 3, 4; Industrial Arts Club, 4; Activity Coun., 4. lindsay freberg Football, 1; Wrestling, 1; Track, 1. elaine friis Opera, 2; Concert Choir, 3, 4; County Chorus, 3, 4; FHA, 4; Folk Music Club, 4. jeff fulton Class Coun., 1, 2; Dance Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Conductory, 3, 4; Pep Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Conductor, 4; Symphonic Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres., 3, Pres., 4, Public Relations Man 4. randy garvin Latin Club, 2; Football, 1; Track, 3, 4; Formula Club, Vice Pres., 1; Swimming Club, 2, 3; Shop Club, 4; Coin Club, 2, Vice Pres., 3; Intra. Basketball, 2; SCA, 1; SGA, 2; Letterman Club, 1; Science Club, 1. susan gerhard GAA, 3; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3; Var. Hockey, 3, 4; Gymnastics Club, 2; All-Star Hockey Team, 2. mari gibson Girl’s Chorus, 1; Glee Club, 1; Pep Club, 2, 4; Intra. Soft- ball, 1, 2; Intra. Basketball, 1, 2; Senior Powder Puff Football, 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3. john gillooly Basketball, 1; Hi-Y, 2. john goddard Football, 2, 3, 4; Class Treas., 2; Golf Team, 2; Lettermen Club, 4. cathy jo goeser Art Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Activity Coun., 3, 4; French Club, 4; FTA, 4; Turret, 1, 2. jeff goodwin Football, 1; Rifle Club, 1, 2; Track, 1, 2; Debate, 3; IRC, 3; SGA H.R. Rep., 1, 2, 3, 4; Rocket Club, 3; Ski Club, 3; Science Fair, 1. james graves Science Fair, 1; Cadet Corps, 2; Rifle Club, 2. nancy grazier CECA, 4; Mixed Chor¬ us, 1; Select Girls’ Chorus, 2. lynn greenwood Keyettes, 2, 3, Sec., 4; Drill Team, 3, Co-captain, 4; Spanish H.S., 3, 4; Nat ' l. H.S., 3, 4; Jr. H.S., 1; Powder Puff, 3, 4; Sr. Coun., 4; Pep Club, 1, 3, 4; Commencement Marshal, 3; Sr. Night Entertainment Director, 3; Jr. Prom Comm., 3. jeannine greffet SCA Rep., 1, 2, 3; Pep Club, 3; Bowling Club, 3; French Club, 2, 3; Spanish Club, 3, Pres., 4; Soph. Class Sec.; Drama Club, 3; IRC, 3; FHA, 3; FTA, 3; Russian Club, 3; Swimming Team, 3. james gribble JV Football, 2; Intra. Wrestling, 3. barbara grossman GAA, 1, Officer 2; Girls’ Leader Club, 2; Inter. Club Coun., 2; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3; Powder Puff, 2, 4; SCA Advisory Comm., 3; Stu¬ dent Directory Chairman, 4; Act. Coun., 3. marsha guerrein Band, 1, 2; German Club, 3, 4; Activity Coun., 4. linda gunn Latin Club, 2, 3, 4; Latin Nat’l. H.S., 2, 3, Historian, 4; FHA, 3, 4; SGA Rep., 4. sue haar Spanish Club, 1; SGA Rep., 1; Pep Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook, 2, 4; Drill Team, 3, 4; Keyettes, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Turret Staff, 4; American Legion Award. Catherine hagen Pep Club, 1; Folk Music Society, 1. leslie ann hall Modern Dance Club, 2, 3; Spanish Club, 3; FHA, 3; SGA Alt., 1, 3; Folk Music Club, 1, 2; Tri-Hi-Y, 4; Powder Puff, 3, 4. mary hall Provisional Student Gov’t., 1; SGA Alt., 3, 4; Jr. Prom Decor¬ ations Chairman, 3; Sr. Night Skit, 3; Yearbook, 3, Sr. Qlass Ed., 4; Drill Team 3, 4; Pep Club, 3, 4. john halperin JV Wrestling, 1, 2; Rocket Club, 1, 2. 3, 4; Aqua Club, 2; Sports Car Club, 4. bill halsted Intra. Basketball, 1, 4. gregory hanes Tennis Team, 1; Swim¬ ming Club, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4. steve hannah Jr. Hi-Y, 1; French Club, 1; Key Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4; Cross Country, 2, 3; Track, 2, 4; Prom Comm., 3; Homecoming Comm., 4; H.R. Delegate to SGA, 4. susan harder Provisional Student Gov’t., 1; Student Coun., 1; Public Relations Comm., 1; FHA, 2; Soph. Class Coun., 2; Jr. Class Coun.; Jr. Prom Comm.; Keyettes, 3, 4; Drill Team, 3, 4, Treas. 3; Pep Club, 3; Spanish H.S., 3, 4; Jr. Ed. Yearbook, 4; SCA Treas. 4. 89 d donna hardin FNA, 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club, 1, 2; Intra. Basketball 1, 2; Science Club 1. donald harmon Ski Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra, 3. wendy harn H.R. Rep., 1; Class Sec., 2, 3; Homecoming Princess, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading, 1; Drill Team, 3, 4; Hospitality Comm., 4. tom harvey SGA Alt., 1, 3; Intra. Basketball, 1, 2; Key Club, 2, 3, 4; Scuba Club, 4. jiH hauser Pep Club, 1, 2; French Club, 1, 2; GAA, 1, 2; Sr. Class Coun., 4; Class Pres., 1; FHA, 4. louis heilbron Intra. Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Manager, 2; Cave Club, 2. holly helton German Club, 4; Art Club, 4. jeff heniler Track, 1; JV Basketball, 2; Var. Baseball, 3; JV Baseball, 2, 3; JV Football, 2; Var. Football, 3; Jr. Hi-Y, 2; Jr. Class officer, 3; Prom Comm., 3. dave hempstead H.R. SGA Delegate, 1; H.R. SGA Alt., 3; Intra, 1, 2; Latin Club, 3, 4; Hi-Y, 4; JV Tennis; Var. Tennis, 3; Ski Club, 3; Scuba Club 4. mark herbst Frosh Football, 1; JV Football, 2; Var. Football, 4; Atomic Club, 3, 4; Intra, 1, 2. george hernholm Dance Band, 1; Marching Band, 1; Intra. Volleyball and Basketball, 1. david hesaltine Frosh Football, 1; JV Football, 2; Baseball, 3; Swim Team, 1, 2, 3; Rifle Club, 1. craig hillis Basketball, 1; Folk Music Club, 2; Sports Car Club, 4. tom hines Track, 1; Intra. Volleyball and Basketball, 1, 2, 3. terryl ann hippert Riding Club, 1; Softball, 1; Basketball, 1; FHA, 1; Majorette, 3, 4. jeanne hird Student Coun, 1; FHA, 1, 2, 3; Ski Club, 2; Pep Club, 3. bruce hockman Intra. Volleyball, 2; Sports Car Club, 4. vicki hodgkin Pep Club, 1; Journalism Club, 1; French Club, 2; Model UN Club, 2, 3; Folk Music Club, 4; Ski Club, 4. alan hoffman Brass Choi r, 1, 2; Sym. Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, VP 4; Pep Band, 3, 4; JV Baseball, 2; JV Wrestling, 3; Track, 3, 4; Ski Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball, 1; Intra. Basketball, 1 . henry hoffman Intra. Soccer, 1; Intra. Gymnastics, 1; Choir, 1, 2; Ski Club, 2; Intra. Football, 2; Intra. Basket¬ ball, 2; Intra. Baseball, 2; Debate Club, 3, 4; JV ' Debate Team, 3. Science, 4; Rifle Club, 4; Intra. Soc¬ cer, 3. bob holcombe Wrestling, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics Club, 3; Academy of Science, 4; Iifle Club, 4; Intra. Soccer, 3. bill holcombe Tennis, 1; Science Club, 3; Thespians, 3, 4; Class Play, 3; Riding Club, 4. alan holland Math Club, 1; Science Club, 1, 2, Pres., 1; Chess Club, 1; Chess Team, 1. 2, 3, 4, Pres., 3,4; Spanish H.S., 2, 3, 4; Nat’l. H.S., 3, 4; Science Fair, 1. mike hoover Frosh Basketball, 1; JV Basketball, 2; Intra. Basketball, 1; Var. Track, 3, 4; Var. Cross Country, 3, 4; Hi-Y, 3, 4; Folk Music Club, 2, 3, 4; Var. Club, 3, 4; Treas., 4; SCA Rep., 2; Class Coun., 3, 4; Pow¬ der Puff Cheerleader, 4; Yearbook, 2; Rifle Club, 2. chip hopkins Frosh Football, 1; JV Football, 2; Var. Football, 3, 4; Frosh Basketball, 1; JV Basketball, 2; Track, 3, 4; Letterman’s Club, 4; Folk Music Club, 2; H.R. Alt., 1. 90 mike horn Folk Music Club, 1. Stephen horn Spanish Club, 3; Golf Team, 3; Ski Club, 4. mike horrell Science Club, 1; Cave Club, 1, 2, 3; Sports Car Club, 4. marylee houston Art Club, 1, 2; Yearbook Art Staff, 1, 2; German H. S., 2, 3, 4; German Club, 2, 3; Nat’l. H.S., 3, 4; Keyettes, 3, 4; Amateur Rocket Society, Sec., 3, 4; SCA Constitutional Comm., 2, 3, 4; SCA Handbook Comm., Co-chairman, 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; SCA Student Directory Comm., 4. debbie hower Intra., 1; Class Coun., I, 2; Tri-Hi Y, 2, 3, 4; Nat’l. H.S., 2, 3, Sec., 4; Spanish H.S., 2, 3; SGA Delegate, 4; Hospitality Comm. Chairman, 4. jane hubbell Pep Squad, 1, 2; Spanish Club, 1, 2; Harmonettes, 3; Concert Choir, 3, 4; Student Coun., 3; Madri¬ gals, 4; Senior Class Coun., 4. donna hubbeling Drama Club, 1; Pep Club, 1; Music Club, 1. holly hudlow Pep Club, 1, 2, 3; Journalism Club, 1; German Club, 1, 2, 3; IRC, 4; SCA Delegate, 4; Prom Comm., 3, 4. Charles hudson Folk Music Club, 1; Ski Club, 1, 4; Band, 1, 2. tom hughes Basketball, 1; Intra. 2, 4; Latin H.S., 2; Latin Club, 2. grace hulings Intra. Baseball, Soccer, Hockey, Volleyball; Drama Club, 1; Pep Club, 1; FHA, 3; DECA, 4. lynn hutcheson Pep Club, 1; Folk Music Club, 1; Intra. Basketball, 1; FHA, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3. troy hutto Track, 1; Rocket Club, 3, 4; Amateur Radio Club, 3, 4; Science Fair, 3, 4; Science Club, 3, 4. emma hyman Newspaper, 1, 2; Drama Club, 1, 2. mary jackson Language Club, 2; Pep Club, 1; Drill Team, 2; Chorus, 1, 2; Girls Chorus, 3. dave james Latin Club, 1; Russian Club, 3, 4; Key Club, 4; JV Foot¬ ball, 1, 2; Var. Football 3,4; Frosh Basketball, 1; JV Basketball, 2; Frosh Baseball, 1; JV Baseball, 2; Var. Baseball, 3, 4. andy jaymes Football, 1, 2; Basket¬ ball, 1; Baseball, 1; Var. Football, 2; Wrestling, 2. norma jett Nat’l. Thespian Society, 2, 3, 4. chuck jones Folk Music Clu b, 1, 2, 3; Newspaper, 2; Year Book, 2; Bi¬ ology Club, 2, 3; German Club, 3; Var. Football, 3, 4; Nat’l. Thespian Society, 3, 4; Turret, 4; Var. Wrestling, 4. ken jones Cave Club, 2, 3, 4; Folk Music, 2, 3, 4; Activity Coun., 3; SGA Delegate, 2, 3, 4; Atomic Re¬ search Club, 3, 4; Powder Puff Drill Team, 3; Powder Puff Cheerleader, 4; Orientation Comm., 3, 4; Elec¬ tronics Club, 3, 4; Intra. School Folk¬ lore Coun., 4, 5. libby jones Biology Club, 1; Riding Club, 1; Library Ass’t., 3. ken kanline IRC, 1, 2; Intra., 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y, 4. fred kay Chess Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club, 1, 2, 3; Intra. Basketball, 1, 2, 3; Intra. Wrestling, 1, 2, 3; In¬ tra. Ping Pong, 1, 2, 3; Career Club, 3, 4; Activities Coun., 4. joseph kelly Football, 1; Baseball, 1, 2; SGA Rep., 2; Jr. Class Coun., 3; Jr. Prom Comm., 3. john kennedy H.R. Delegate, 1, 2, 3. mary kennedy Pep Club, 1; Finance, 3, 4; Ski Club, 2. colleen kenney H.R. Rep., 1; Intra., 2; Pep Club, 2; FHA, 3; Ski Club, 2. marilyn kilgore Art Club, 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Turret, 1, 2, 3, Art Ed. 4; Career Clinic, 3, Co-Chairman, 4; IRC, 1, 2; Exchange Student Host, 2, 3; Exchange Student, 3; Soph. Dance, 2; SGA, 4; Orientation Comm., 4. lee killeen Riding Club, 2; Pep Club, 2; IRC, 3; Drama Club, 3; Art Club, 3, 4. bruce king Folk Music, 1, 2; Debate Club, 1, 2; Intra., 2; Class Coun., 2; Russian Club, 3, 4. alison kinney Class Coun., 3, 4; Key¬ ettes, 3, 4; Drill Team, 4; Thespians, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Comm. Chairman, 3; Sr. Night Director, 3; Modern Dance Club, 2; Turret Staff, 4; Nat’l. H.S., 2, 3, 4; French H.S., 3, 4; Pep Club, 4; Commencement Marshal, 3. ella sue kirk Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; JV Basketball, 1, 2; Var. Basketball, 3; JV Hockey, 2. wayne kirschbaum Folk Music Club, 1, 2; SGA Alt., 3; Track, 4; Quartet, 4. marie kissam Intra. Basketball, 2; FHA, 2, Sec. 2, 4; YFC, Sec. 3; Orientation Hospitality Comm., 3. bob kitchen Drama Club, 1; Pep Club, 1; JV Swimming, 2; Art Club, 4; H.R. Alt. richard kitchen Drama Club, 1, 2; Jr. Civitan, 2; French Club, 1, 2; IRC, 4; Yearbook, 3, 4; Newspaper, 4. chris knight Football, 2, 3; Baseball, 2; Basketball, 2; Track, 3. susan kofler Drama Club 4. william koons Frosh Football, 1; JV Football, 2, 3; Var. Football, 4; Frosh Basketball, 1; JV Basketball, 2; JV Baseball, 2; Var. Baseball, 3; Var. Letterman’s Club, 4. steph kopp Frosh Cheerleading, Co¬ captain, 1; JV Cheerleading, 2; Var. Cheerleading, 3, Co-captain, 4; SGA Alt. Rep., 3; Class Coun., 4; Powder Puff Football, 3; Cafeteria Comm., 4; Jr. Prom Princess, 3; Homecoming Princess, 4; FHA, 3; Sr. Night, 3; Pep Club, 1, 2. david kotzebue Boys Chorus, 1; Double Quartet 1; Drama Club, 1; Best Drilled Squad, 1; Best Drilled Platoon, 1; Best Drilled Cadet Com¬ petition, 1; Vice Pres., 2; Folk Music Club, 4; Swimming Team, 2, 3, 4; JV Wrestling, 3; Var. Wrestling, 4. janet marie kougias Intra. Basketball, 1; Riding Club, 1, 2; Art Club, 3; Rifle Club, 1, 2; Orientation Comm. niargi laird Drill Team, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club, 1, 2; Cafeteria Comm., 4; H. R. Rep., 3; Newspaper, 4. sterling marie lane Class Coun., 1; Intra. Volleyball, 1, 2; Intra. Basket¬ ball, 1, 2; Softball, 2; FHA, 2. mauro ianzisera Football, 1, 3; Wrest¬ ling, 2; Intra. Basketball, 2; Golf, 4. Christina larkin Honor T Soc., 1; GAA, 1; Art Club, 3, 4; Riding Club, 3; Ski Club, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff, 3, 4; Folk Music Club, 4. denny lawson Chorus, 1; Science Club, 1, 2; Riding Club, 2, 3; Latin Club, 2. herb lea SGA Delegate, 1, 2, 4; IRC, I, 2; JV Baseball, 2; Hi-Y Officer, 3, 4. sharon lee French Club, 1, 2; Drama Club, 1; Tri-Hi-Y, 3, 4; FTA, 3, 4, Vice Pres., 3, Pres., 4. libby legett Drill Team, 2; Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club, 1; Pow¬ der Puff Football, 3; FAA, 3; Block Staff, 3; Folk Music Club, 2; Chorus, 1 , 2 . ricki leibold Swimming, 1, 2, 3; Basketball, 1; Newspaper, 2, 3; FHA, 1, 2, 3; FNC, 1, 2; Ed. Front Line, 4; French Club, 1; H.R. Rep., 1, 2; Chairman of Class Day, 2. ellie leo Provisional Student Gov’t., 1; JV Basketball, 1; Class Treas., 2; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; Spanish H.S., 3, 4; Spanish Club, 3, 4; H.R. Delegate, 3; Nat’l. H.S., 2, 3, 4; IRC, 4; Powder Puff Football, 4. roy letsen Var. Baseball Manager, 2; Intra. Basketball, 1. sue lewis Riding Club, 1; Chorus, 2, 3; Frosh Basketball, 1. cheryl livengood Intra. Basketball, 1; Pep Club, 1, 2, 4; Riding Club, 2; Sr. Prom Comm., 4. steve livers Football, 1, 2, 3; SGA, 1, Vice Pres., 3, Treas., 2; Soph. Class Pres., 2; Science Club, 1, 2, 3; Beta Club, 2, 3. quentin lloyd Rocket Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook, 1; Latin Club, 2, 3; In¬ dustrial Arts Club, 4; Powder Puff Drill Team, 3. rick lockett Football, 1; Intra. Basket¬ ball, 1, 2; H.R. Rep., 1; H.R. Alt., 2, 3; Folk Music Club, 1, 2. deborah loe Class Pres., 1; Interim Student Coun., 1; Student Coun., 1, 2, 3; Drama Club, 2, 3; Newspaper, 2, Ass’t. Ed., 3; German Club, 3, 4; Russian Club, 4; Folk Music Club, 4; Nat’l. H.S., 2, Treas. 4; School Play, 2, 3. 91 mike lomnier Football Capt., 1; Nat’l. H.S., 2; Track, 1; IRC, 3; DECCA Club, 4; Powder Puff Drill Team Capl., 3; Hall Moniter, 2, 3; Block Ass’t., 3; Debate Team, 3. nanci long Coun. Rep., 1, 2, 3; SCA Alt., 1; Intra.; Folk Music Club, 1; Frosh Chorus, T, Girl’s Chorus, 2; Concert Choir, 3; Prom Comm., 3. kelly lott Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Nat’l. Thespian Society, 3, Vice Pres., 4; Var. Letterman Club. 4; Var. Track, 4. molly lowe Class Sec., 1; FHA, 3. jeff lovern Soccer, 2, 3. ken lueas Rifle Team, 1, 2, 3, Pres. 3; Nat ' l. Thespian Soc. 4; Scuba Club, 4; Sports Car Club 4; Intra. Basket¬ ball, 1, 2; Intra. Volleyball, 1, 2; Rocket Club, 4. carol lutz Falconettes 1; Jr. Nat’l. H.S., 1; Lab Ass’t. 1; Soph. Scholastic Soc., 2; Martha Skelton Literary Soc., 2; Nat’l. H.S., 3, 4; German Club, 3, 4; SCA Alt. 3; SCA Pub¬ licity Comm. 4. linda lyman IRC 2, 3; Folk Music Club, 1, 2; Ski Club, 3; French H.S., 3; German H.S., 3, 4; Turret Staff 4. john michael lynch Frosh Basketball 1; Frosh Baseball 1; JV Baseball 2; JV Basketball 2; Class Coun. Rep., 2; Class Activity Comm. 2; Sports Car Club 4. patty lynch French Club, 1, 2; Pep Club, 1, 2; Riding Club, 2. paul mahefky Frosh football, 1. steve mail Intra. Basketball, 2, 3; Intra. Wrestling, 2, 3; Boys’ Chorus, 3, 4. mary rnanley 2nd Vice Pres. 4; De¬ bate Club, 3, Vice Pres. 4; JV De¬ bate, 3; Var. Debate, 3; Nat’l. H.S., 3, 4; French H.S., 3; Sec. 4; Keyettes, 3, Sr. Rep. 4; SGA Delegate, 3; Girl’s State, 3; Vice Pres. 2; Math Club, 2; United Nations Club, 2; Co-ed Literary-Art Mag., 2; News¬ paper reporter, 2; Intra., 1; Chorus, 1; Drama Club, 1. kathy mannon Latin Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Russian Club, 3, 4; Latin H.S., 3, 4; IRC, 4. bonnie martin Pep Club, 1, 2, 4; Girl’s Athletic Assoc., 1, 2; Year¬ book, 2; SCA Rep., 3; Ski Club, 3; Horseback Riding Club, 3; SGA Rep., 4; Jr. Decorating Comm., 3. connie martin Pep Club, 1, 2, 4; Girl’s Athletic Association, 1, 2; Adver., Staff on Yearbook, 2; SCA Rep., 2, 3, 4; Ski Club, 3; Horse¬ back Riding Club, 3; Jr. Decoration Comm., 3. judi martin Cheerleader, 1; Girl ' s Cabinet, 3. kent matthews Nat’l. Thespians, 3, 4. hoyt mauldcn Class Coun., 1; Intra. Football, 1; Hi-Y, 1; SGA Alt., Rep., 4; Sports Car Club, 4; Golf Team, 3, 4. nikii may Drill Team, 3, 4; Girl’s Chorus, 3, 4; FHA, 4. melanie mccabe Ski Club, 1, 2; Pep Club, 2, 3, 4; Modern Dance Club, 2, 3; Nat’l. H.S., 3, 4; JV Cheerleader, 3; Var. Cheerleader, 4; Chamber Choir, 3; Madrigals, 4; Delegate to Va. Girls’ State, 3; Sr. Night Skit, 4. grant mcclure Rocket Club, 2. jinna mccomas JV Cheerleader, 3; Var. Cheerleader 4; SCA Alt., 1, 2, 3; Activity Coun., 1, 2, 3, 4; IRC, 3; Class Sec., 1, 3; Powder Puff Football, 3; Sr. Night, 3; Provisional Student Gov’t., 1; JV Basketball, 1; Latin Club, 2, 3; Intra. Basketball, 2; JV Field Hockey, 1; Pep Club, 3, 4; Civitan Princess, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff, 4. penny mccurry Class Coun., 2; FHA, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 1. joe mcdonald Pep Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Powder Puff Band, 3, 4. pat megovern FHA, 3; Pep Club, 2, 3; Intra. Basketball, 1, 2; Intra. Vol¬ leyball, 1, 2; French Club, 1, 2; Typing Comm., 4; SCA Comm., 3. dennis megovern Football, 1, 2; Base¬ ball, 1; Soccer, 1, 2, 3; Volleyball, 1, 2; Basketball, 1; Gymnastics, 3; Track Team, 2; Soph. Vice Pres., 2. joyce mcquire FHA, 1, 2, 3; FNA, 2; Keyettes, 3, 4; Majorettes, 3, 4. pat mckenzie JV Hockey, 2, 3, 4. jane medico Basketball, 1; Prom Comm., 1, 3, 4; Cheerleader, 1; Pep Club, 4, Pres.; Latin Club, 2, 3. bud melugin Football, 1, 2; Track, 1; Baseball, 2, 4; SGA H.R. Rep., 3. john meyer Activities Coun., 3, 4; Rifle Club, 2, Treasurer, 3, Pres.; Class Coun., 4; SCA Comm. Chair¬ man, 4; SCA H.R. Rep., 1; German Club, 1. kathy miles FNA, 1. sue mitchell FTA 1, 3, 4; FHA, 3, 4; IRC, 3, 4; Latin Club, 3, 4; Chorus, 1, 2; Symphonic Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorettes, 4. kathy moffat Basketball, 2, 3, 4; SGA Rep., 1, 2; Softball, 2, 3, 4; German H.S., 4; Majorettes, 3, Cap., 4; Girls’ State Delegate, 3. karen mogan Hockey, 1, 2; Basket¬ ball, 1; Intra. Basketball, 1, 2, 4; Riding Club, 3, 4; Latin Club, 3, 4; Science Club, 1. elizabeth monner American Field Service, 3; Pep Club, 4; Frosh-Soph. Christmas Dance Comm., 1; FHA, 1 . wilson moore Frosh Football; Current Events Club, 1; JV Baseball, 1; Wrestling, 1, 2; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; IRC, 4. george morgan Baseball, 1, 2; JV Basketball, 1, 2; Class Rep., 2; SCA Rep., 1; American Legion Boys’ State, 3; Intra. Basketball, 3, 4. danielle moriarty Pep Club, 1; FHA, 2, 3; Intra., 4. Seniors take further step toward linda morris Intra., 1; Tennis Team, 2; Folk Music Club, 4; Cave Club, 2; Ski Club, 3; FHA, 4; Jr. Prom Decorations, 3. albert morrison Cross Country, 3, 4; Track, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 1; Ski Club, 1. michael morrissey Class Rep., 1; Latin Club, 2, 3, Legatus, 4; Ski Club, 2, 3; Nat’l H.S., 2, 3, 4; Latin H.S., 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 3, Hi-Y, 3, 4; Var. Track, 2, 3, 4; Debate Club, 4; Activities Coun. Rep., 4. lela mose Frosh Chorus, 1; Girl’s Chorus, 2; Concert Choir, 3, 4; JV Cheerleader, 1, 2; Pep Club, 2; Music Club, 2; SGA Rep., 3; Sec., SGA, 4; Powder Puff, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Class Coun., 2. suzanne moure FNA, 3. leslie mouton Booster Club, 1, 2, 3; Inter. Tri-Hi-Y, 1, 2; Synchronized Swimming, 1, 2; Girls’ League, 1, 2, 3; Hi Jinks, 3; International Club, 1; GAA, 1, 2, 3; Homecoming Comm. donna mowery Folk Music Club, 1; Spanish Club, 3; FHA, 3; D.E.C.A., 4. carolyn moy FHA, Treas. 2, Pres. 3, 4; Lady Fairfax Federation FHA, Treas. 3; Va. Association FHA, Treas. 4; Drill Team, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 4; Intra. Volleyball and Basketball, 1, 2; Prom Comm., 3. kevin murphy Football, 4; Pep Club, 4. 92 college, college boards. linda muther Drill Team, 3, Capt. 4; FHA, 3, 4; Pep Club, 1, 3, 4; Home¬ coming Comm., 4; Typing Comm, of Directory, 4; Adv. Girl’s Chorus, 4. susanne myatt Class Rep., 1, 2; Hockey, 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 3; Volleyball Intra., 2, 3; Basketball Intra., 2. miyako nakazawa IRC, 4. gary nails Intra. Basketball, 1; D.C. Boy’s State, 3. jim nance H.R. Vice Pres. 1, Pres. 2; JV Wrestling, 2; Interclub Council Co-Chairman, 2; Spanish Club, 3, 4; Typing Comm. Yearbook, 4; IRC, 4; SCA Publications Comm., 4. kay neitzey Frosh. Chorus, 1; SGA Delegate, 1, 4; Girl’s Chorus, 2, 3; FNA, 2; MGA Delegate, 3, 4; SCA Alternate, 3; Co-Chairman of Hos¬ pitality Comm., 4; Concert Choir, 4; Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain 4; FNA Parli- mentarian and Act. Coun. Rep., 4. joan nemeth Nat’l H.S., 2, 3, 4; French H.S., 2, 3, Pres., 4; Keyettes, 2, 3, 4; Activity Coun., 4. mark neuhart Frosh Football, 1; Intra. Wrestling, 1; Glee Club, 1, 2; Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; Frosh Basketball, 1; JV Basketball, 2; Varsity Basket¬ ball, 3, 4; Pres. Latin Club, 3, 4; Drum and Bugle Corps, 1, 2; SGA Rep., 2; Class Council Del, 4; Latin H.S., 4; IRC, 4; Boy’s Chorus, 3; Con¬ cert Choir, 4; Madrigals, 4; Classi¬ cal Club, 1, 2; Jr. Prom Comm., 3. paulette newman JV Hockey, 1; Var. Hockey, 2, 3, 4; JV Basketball, 1, 2; Var. Basketball, 3, 4; Softball, 1; Latin Club, 2; Latin H.S., 2, 3, 4, Historian, 3, Prs., 4; Russian Club, 3, 4; Keyettes, 3, 4. sara newman FHA, 1, 2; IRC, 3; Intra. Basketball, 2. kathy newpher Intra. Volleyball, 2; German Club, 4. rick nispel Honor Guard, 2; Basket¬ ball, 3; Jr. Prom Comm., 3. chris norris Intra. Basketball, 1, 2; Intra. Volleyball, 1, 2; FHA, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Decorations Comm., 3; Powderpuff Football, 3, 4; IBM As¬ sistant, 4. candy norton Frosh Chorus, 1; Var. Softball, 1; SGA Alt., 1; JV Hockey, 2; JV Basketball, 2; Var. Softball, 2; Var. Hockey, 3, 4; Var. Basket¬ ball, 3, 4. bob obermeyer Coin Club, 3, 4; Stamp Club, 2, 4; Basketball Man¬ ager, 2. sheila o’connor Frosh Pres., 1; Nat’l H. S., 1, 2, 3, 4, 2nd V.P., 2, 3, Pres., 4; Yearbook, 2; IRA, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 3, 4; Activity Coun., 4; Chorus, I . bruce o’dell Chess Club, 2, 3; Rifle Club, 1, 3, 4. debbie oja Intra. Basketball, 1, 2; Debate Club, 3; Russian Club, 3, 4; FTA, 4. andrea Oliver Jr. Nat’l H.S., 1; Intra. Volleyball, 1, 2; FTA, 1, 2; History Club, 2; Powder Puff Football, 4; Mixed Choir, 1; Girl’s Choir, 2; Prom Usher, 1. john o’malley Current Events Club, 1; Library Club, 1; Frosh Soldality, l; Pep Club, 1; Science Club, 2, 3; Amateur Radio Club, 3, 4; Debate Club, 3; German Club, 3, 4; Folk Music Club, 4. laura ordoyne Frosh Coun., 1; Dance Comm., 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA, 2, 3, 4; FHA Social Director, 3; FHA Activi¬ ty Coun., 4; FHA Sgt. at Arms, 4; Homecoming Comm.,4; Band Comm., 4; Jr. Prom Comm.; H.R. Rep., 3; Sr. Prom Comm., Sr. Night Skit, 2, 3; College Night, 4; Sr. Class Coun., 4; SGA, 2; Intra. Basketball, 1; Pep Club, 1; Folk Music Club, 1; Sadie Hawkins Comm., 3. ed orenge Intra. Football, 1; Var. Wrestling, 1, 2; Intra. Basketball, 1, 2, 4; Letterman’s Club, 3, 4; News¬ paper, 3. margaret owens Spanish Club, 1, 2, 3; Pep Club, 3. lesley pack Class Coun., 1, 2; Alt. 4; Science Club, 1; French Club, 1; Nat’l ITS., VP, 3, 4; Activity Coun. Rep., 4; Debate Club, 1, 4; Spanish Club, Sec. 4; Homecoming Comm., 4; Chorus, 2, 3, 4; Newspaper, 1; Yearbook, 1; Literary Magazine, 1; IRC, 4; Ensembles, 1; Academic Coun., 1. jeanie padgett Pep Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; SCA Rep., 1, 2; GAA, 1, 2, Vice Pres.; Red Cross Rep., 1, 2; Powder Puff, 3, 4; Basketball, 3, 4; Softball, 3, 4; Riding Club, 3, 4; Ski Club, 3, 4, cathy page Folk Music Club, 1; Band 1; IRC, 2; Art Club, 3; Drama Club, 4; “A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court”, 4; Latin Club. lochlin scoff page Frosh Football, 1; Ski Club, 2, 3, 4; Rocket Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Aqua Club, 3, 4; Intra. Basket¬ ball, 3; Science Club, 2; Cave Club, 2, 3; Sports Car Club, 4. cindy paige IRC, 2, 3, 4; German Club, 3, 4; Exchange Student Spon¬ sor, 2, 3. mike parks Football, 1; Sport Car Club, 4; SCA Rep., 2, Wrestling, 4; Ski Club, 3, 4; Aqua Club, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 1, 2, 3. cindy parr Drama Club, 1; Science Club, 1; Medicine Club, 2; Block, 3, 4; Nat’l Jr. HS., 1. candy parris FHA, 3. sfacy parroft Drill Team, 3, 4; Spanish HS, 3, 4; Pep Club, 4; Homecoming Comm., 4. brian patterson Class Coun., 1, 2, 3; Football, 1, 2; Intramurals, 1, 2; Latin Club, 1, 2; Russian Club, 3, 4; Ski Club, 4; Aqua Club, 4. elizabeth patterson Intra. Volleyball, 1; Riding Club, 2, Sec., 3. 93 Barbara Grossman, Senior zookeeper for Magazine Campaign. dick patteson Hi-Y, 3, 4; Intra. Bas¬ ketball, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Sr. Night Skit, 3; Powder Puff Drill Team, 3; Powder Puff Cheerleader, 4. carol penzkofer Science Club, 1; Art Club, 4. jonathan percival IRC, Treas., 2; JV Debate, 3; Nat’l Thespians Society, 3, 4; Turret Staff, 4; “Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court”, 4. vicky peters Hostess Club, 1; SGA Rep., 2; Intra. Basketball, 1, 2; Powder Puff, 3; Sr. Night Skit, 3; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Nat’l H.S., 3, 4; Girl’s State, 3; Sr. Class Sec., 4; Drill Team, 4. lou petersen Football, 1, 2, 4; Stu¬ dent Coun., 1; Lacrosse, 1, 2; SBHDA Club, 4. jim petrson Latin Club, 1; JV Foot¬ ball, 2; JV Basketball, 2; Var. Foot¬ ball and Basketball, 3; BCJ, 3; Powder Puff Cheerleader, 3. bob philopena Football, 1; Track, 1; Ski Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Aqua Club, 2, 3; German Club, 2, 3; Intra. Basket¬ ball, 3, 4; Yacht Club Chairman, 4; SBHDA, 4. donna picard Girls Chorus, 1, 3, 4; Modern Dance, 2, 3; Keyettes, 4; Sr. Night, 3; Turret, 4. barbara pierce Girls JV Basketball, 2. Charles pikrallidas Rocket Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; JV Baseball, 2, 3; Nat’l. H.S., 3, 4; French H.S., 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basket¬ ball, 1, 2, 3; SGA Delegate, 1, 2, 3; Class Coun., 4; SGA Parliament, 4; Judiciary Comm., 4; Science Club, 3; Amateur Radio Club, 3. nancy pinnell Folk Music Club, 2; In¬ tra. Basketball, 2; Art Club, 2; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Jr. Class Play, 3; SCA Rep., 4; SCA Comm. Chairman, 4; Powder Puff, 3, 4. greg pister Intra. Basketball, 1; Soccer Team, 2; Photo Club, 2; Cave Club, 3; Amateur Radio Club, 3; Elec¬ tronics Club, 4. alan plisko Track, 1, 2, 3; Cross Country, 1, 2; Frosh Football, 1; Basketball, 1; Intra., 1, 2, 3; IRC, 4; Geography Club, 1; Science Club, 1; Biology Club, 2; Ski Club, 4; SBHDA, 4; Student Coun., 1, 2; SGA Alt., 4; French Club, 4. brian porter Football, 1; Basketball, 1; Var. Tennis, 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treas., 1, 3; SCA 1st Vice Pres., 4; SGA Alt., 1, 2; Key Club, 3, 4; Rep. State Tennis Tournament, 2. bonnie proctor Frosh Chorus; Soft- ball Manager, 3. david purvis Frosh Football, 1; Frosh Track, 1; Cross Country, 2; Indoor Track, 2; Var. Track, 2, 3, 4; Var. Football, 3, 4; Key Club, 3, 4, Treas., 4; Var. Club, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Madrigals, 4. sara queen JV Hockey, 1; Var. Hockey, 2, 3, 4; JV Softball, 1; Riding Club, 1; Debate Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Debate Team, 2, 3, 4, Sec., 3; Latin Club, 1, 2, 3, Treas. 3; Latin H.S., 2; Soph. Class Dance Comm., 2. sue rafert FHA, 2, 3, 4; FNA, 2; Nat’l H.S., 4; Drill Team, 4; Art Club, 3; French Club, 4; Fortress Staff, 3. cathy raposa Girls Club, 1; Pep Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Snow¬ ball Comm., 3; Homecoming Comm., 3; Ski Club, 3; Yearbook, 2. nancy rattan Pep Club, 1; Drama Club, 1. pat ray Drill Team, 3, 4, Sec. 4; FHA, 3, 4; Class Coun. Alt., 3; Class Coun., 4; Spanish H.S., 3, 4, Sec. 4; Keyettes, 4; Concert Choir, 4. sandy ray Drill Team, 2, 3, 4, Squad Leader, 4; Pep Club, 2, 3; Soph. Class Coun., 2; Jr. Class Coun., 3; SCA Alt., 4; Folk Music Club, 1, 2; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Latin Club, 2, 3; FHA, 3, 4; Powder Puff Team, 3, 4. ricky recker Intra., 1, 2, 3, 4; SCA Rep, 1, 2; JV Basketball, 1, 2; JV Baseball, 1, 2; JV Football, 2. john resch Chfess Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club, 1, 2; Cave Club, 2; Science Club, 1, 2; Intra, 2; IRA, 2; Industrial Arts Club, 4; Russian Club, 3, 4; Riding Club, 1. chris ritchey Art Club, 1, 2, 3; Pep Club, 1, 2; Modern Dance Club, 2. pat rivard Pep Club, 1; IRC, 1, 2, 3, 4; Turret, 1, 2; FNA, 1, 3; French Club, 2; Intra. Basketball, 1; Intra. Volleyball, 1; Homecoming Comm, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Decoration Comm, 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance Decoration Comm, 3, Senior Night, 3. bill roberts Frosh Football, 1; JV Football, 2; Var. Football, 3, 4; Track, 1; Var. Track, 2, 4; Var. Lettermans Club, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 1 . debbi robertson JV Cheerleader, 1, Captain 2; Var. Cheerleader, 3, 4; Dril Team, 1, 2; Red Cross, 1; Nat’l Thespian Soc, 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Coun, 2, 3; Traffic Safety Comm, 3; Newspaper Staff, 2; Tri-Hi-Y, , 3, Activities Coun. Rep, 4; Civinettes, 2, 3; Christmas Queen, 2; Auguste Compte Soc, 10; IRC, 4; Nat’l H.S, 3, 4. shawn robertson Intra. Basketball, 1, 2 . jimmy robinson Intra. Basketball, 1; Folk Music Club, 1, 2; Riding Club, 1, 2; Wrestling, 1, 3. mike robinson Intra. Basketball, 1; Intra. Volleyball, 1; Rocket Club, 1; JV Football Manager, 2; JV Wrest¬ ling, 2; Var. Track Manager, 2; Stu¬ dent Coun. Rep, 2; Spanish Club, Treas. 3; Nat’l H.S, 3,. 4; Var. Wrestling, 4. neil robinson Baseball, 1, 3; Basket¬ ball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Football, 1; H.R. Rep, 2; Nat’l H.S, 3,4; United Ap¬ peals Fund Drive Rep, 3. james rogers Chess Club, 1; Wrestling, 2, 3, 4; Powder Puff Drill Team, 4. karen rogers Drill Team, 1, 4; Con¬ cert Choir, 4; Play Comm, 4. ken rogers Drama Club, 1; Spanish Nat’l H.S, 2; IRC, 4; Folk Club, 4. bonita rollins Frosh Cheerleader, 1; FHA, 3; Modern Dance Club, 2; Art Club, 3. 94 jim rosenbaum JV Baseball, 1; Var. Baseball, 3; Var. Soccer, 2, 3; Var. Tennis, 1, 2; JV Bowling, 2; Var. Bowling, 3; IRC, 1, 2; Var. Club, 1, 2, 3; Biology Club, 2, 3; World Court of Treas., 2, 3. linda rothwell FHA, 2, 3. lee roxbrough Frosh Football, 1; In- tra. Volleyball, 1; JV Football, 2; JV Baseball, 2; Var. Baseball, 3, 4; Letterman Club, 4. john royall SCA Delegate, 1, 3, 4; Class Council, 2; Var. Track, 2; Play, 2; Art Club, 3; Boys Chorus, 2, 3; Concert Choir, 4; Intra. Basketball, 1; Boys’ State, 3; IRC, 1, 2, 4. karen russell Riding Club, 3, 4; Ger¬ man Club, 3; German H.S., 3, 4. sandy russell Class Coun., 1, 2, 3, 4; JV Basketball, 1, 2; Pep Club, 2, 3, 4; Var. Cheerleader, 3, 4, Co-Captain, 4; Keyettes, 3, 4; Frosh Chorus, 1; Jr. Prom Court, 3; Homecoming Court, 4; Yearbook Ed., 4; Prom Comm., 3. edward sakas Track Team, 1, 2; De¬ bate Club, 1; IRC, 2; Radio Club, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Chess Club, 3; Rocket Club, 3, 4; Jr. Class Coun., 3; JV Tennis Team, 3; Var. Tennis, 4; SGA Rep., 4; Stamp and Coin Club, 4, Vice Pres., 4. karen salo Riding Club, 2; Art Club, 4; Newspaper Reporter, 4; Ski Club, 4; Jr. Prom Decorations, 3. becki samuel Modern Dance Club, 3; Activities Coun., 3; FNA, 3; FHA, 4; Mixed Ensemble, 3; IRC, 4; Folk Music Club, 4; Concert Choir, 3, 4. bob samuel Rocket Club, 1, 4; Latin Club, 2, 3; IRC, 4; Powder Puff Drill Team, 3, 4. susan saul H.R. Alt., 1, 2; Drill Team, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Pep Club, 3, 4. bill sax Frosh Basketball, 1; JV Basketball; Hi-Y, 3, 4; Folk Music Club, 3; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleybal, 2; Jr. Class Skit; Boys Chorus, 3; Madrigals; Concert Choir, 4. ginny scbmid Spanish Club, 1, 2; Pep Club, 1, 3; Hostess Club, 3; Drama Club, 3; FHA, 4; Swim Club, 4; Intra. hank schrader Var. Football, 4; Var. Track, 1, 2, 3, 4; Letterman’s Club, 3, 4; Jr. Class Skit; Jr. Prom, 3; Homecoming Comm., 4; Ski Club, 4; Class Coun., 4; Intra. Basketball, 3. george schuck Var. Football Manager, 2, 3; Var. Basketball Manager, 3; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Sadie Hawkins Comm., 3; Newspaper Art Ed., 4; Debate Club, 1; Sr. Prom Comm., 4. ellen schwartz SCA Rep., 1; Modern Dance Club, 2, 3; Class Coun., 2, 3, 4; Senior Night, 3; Chairman Prom Comm., 3; Keyettes, 3, 4; Nat’l H.S. 2, 3, 4; French H.S., 3, 4; Latin H.S., 3; Latin Club, 2, 3; Drill Team, 2, 3, Co-Capt., 3; Powder Puff Team, 3, 4; Madrigals, 4. cbarles segrist JV Basketball, 4; Var. Basketball, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4. frank sequin Intra. Football, 1; In¬ tra. Basketball, 2; Band, 1; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Sr. Prom Comm., 4. Stephanie sepper Science Club, Sec. 1; DECA Club, 4. dave serf Frosh Football, 1; Track, 1, 4; Var. Basketball Mgr., 2, 3; Sr. Prom Comm., 4; Sadie Hawkins Comm., 3; Debate Team, 1, 2, 3, 4; Nat’l H.S., 3, 4; Letterman’s Club, 2, 3, 4. jewel! shaffer Pep Club, 1; FHA, 1, 2; Intramurals. suzanne shaffer Concert Choir, 3, 4; Foreign Exchange Student, 4; YFC, 3; “Dido Aneas,” 2; Girl’s Chorus, 2 . donna shaunessy FTA, 2, 3, 4; Folk Music Club, 4; German H.S., 3, 4; Activity Coun., 4; Latin Club, 3, 4; SGA Alt., 4; FTA State Con¬ vention, 2. rick shawn Track, 1; Dance Band, 3, 4; Folk Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Boy’s Quarter, 4; IRC, 4; Powder Puff Drill Team, 3, 4. steven sheifeild Football, 1, 2; Junior Classical League, 1, 2, 3; Latin Club, 1, 2, 3; Cave Club, 2 , 3; Art Club, 2, 3; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Sr. Prom Comm., 3, 4; Symphonie Band, 2, 3, 4; Sports Car Club, 4; Rifle Club, 2, 3, 4. joe sheya Football, 1, 2, 3; Jr. Classical League, 1; Latin Club, 1; SCA Rep., 1, 2, 3; Intra. Basketball, 1; Wrestling, 2, 3; Rifle Club, 3; Scuba Club, 4; Homecoming Comm., 4. linda shipnian Spanish Club, 3. keoki skinner JV Basketball, 1, 2; Var. Basketball, 3; JV Basketball, 1, 2, 3; Intra. Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4. carl slagle Frosh Football, 1; Boy’s Ensemble, 1, 2, 3; Intra. Volleyball, 2; Madrigas, 4; Cave Club, 3; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Sr. Prom Comm., 4. tom slane Frosh Football, 1; Track, 2, 3, 4; JV Football, 3. don smith Wrestling, 2; Cave Club, 2; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Sr. Prom Comm., 4. Senior Girls shoot the ball . . . 95 L Senior Boys shoot back! dwight smith Var. Wrestling, 1, 2, 3, 4; Var. Wrestling Co-Capt., 3, 4; Photo Club, 1; SCA Alt, 1; SCA Del, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 1, 2; 3; Hi-Y, 3, 4; Letterman’s Club, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball, 1, 2; Sen. Class Treas, 4; Var. Wrestling Coach, 4; Tennis Manager, 3. andrew smoak SCA Rep, I; Var. Soccer, 1; JV Football, 1, 2; JV Wrestling, I, 2; Var. Football, 3, 4; Var. Wrestling, 3; Var. Track, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Comm, 3; Letterman’s Club, 3, 4. kathy suavely Pep Club, 1, 2; Intra. Volleyball, 1, 2; Intra. Basketball, 1; Jr. Prom Comm, 3; FHA, 4; Homecoming Comm, 4; Hospitality Comm, 4. carol sompayrac Pep Club, 1, 2; Cheerleader, 2, 4; Powder Puff Foot¬ ball, 3, 4; SCA Rep, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 4; Yearbook, 3; Gymnastic Club, 2; Girls Athletic Assoc, 1. jane sooy Spanish Club, 3; Spanish H.S, 4; Ski Club, 3, 4; Riding Club, 3, 4; Nat’l H.S, 4. steve sotera Newspaper, 4; Latin Club, 2; Cave Club, 2. d’aun spears Spanish Club, 1, 2; Art Club, 1, 2; Baseball, 1, 2; Newspaper Staff, 3; Jr. Prom Decorations Comm, 3; FHA, 2. joanne speed Student Coun, 1, Sec. 2. scott spencer Frosh Football, 1; JV Swimming, T, Cross Country, 3; Track, 3, 4; Ski Club, 2, 3, 4; Con¬ cert Choir, 4; Madrigals, 4; Key Club, 2, 4, Pres. 4; Nat’l H.S, 2, 3, 4; Class Coun. Rep, 2, 3; Jr. Class Skit, 3; Cheerleader Powder Puff Football, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Ticket Comm, 3; Jr. Marshal, 3; Var. Club, 3, 4; All County Choir, 4. jan stanaski Rocket Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Cave Club, 2, 3; Latin Club, 2, 3; Latin H.S, 2, 3; Chess Club, 3; Science Club, 3; IRC, 4. pam stark FHA, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Decorations Comm, 3; Pep Club, 2; Intra. Volleyball, 1, 2. duncan steams Frosh Chorus, 1; Boys Ensemble, 1, 2; Boys Chorus, 2, 4; Concert Choir, 3, 4; Concert Master, 4, Bass Section Leader, 4; FTA, 1, 2; Accompanist for Opera, 2; Recital, 3. cindy jo stedman Frosh Chorus, 1; Red Cross Rep, 1; Y-Teens, 1; Humor Ed. of Newspaper, 1; SC Social Comm, 2; Pep Club, 2; Cos¬ tume Chairman School Play, 2; Con¬ cert Choir, 2, 3; IRC, 3; Tri-Hi-Y, 3, 4; Poster Booster Club, 3; Powder Puff Football Team, 4; Turret Staff, 4; SGA Bulletin Board Comm, 4; Yearbook Staff Typing, 4. cathy steele Nat’l H.S, 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club, 2; Drama Club, 2; Class Coun, 3, 4; French H.S, 3, 4; IRC, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff, 4; Jr. Marshal, 3. becky stewart Field Hockey, 1, 2; Softball, 1, 2; Class Coun, 1; H.R. Pres, 2; FHA, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 3; FHA State Dele¬ gate, 2; Delegate to Girls State, 3; Homecoming Comm, 4; SGA Dele¬ gate, 4. steve stoller DECA, 4. susan stout Newspaper Social Editor, 2, Staff, 3; Jr. Prom Decorations Comm, 3. sue stromak Cheerleader, 1; JV Basketball, 1; JV Softball, 1; FHA, 3. jack sullivan Frosh Football, 1; JV Football, 3; Var. Football, 4; Frosh Basketball, 1; JV Basketball, 2; Track, 1; Var. Baseball, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2. charleen sunder Latin Club, 2; Future Nurses, 2, Vice Pres. 3; French Club, 4; Hospitality Comm, 4; Majorettes, 3; Intra. Volleyball, 3. phil sutherling JV Basketball, 1, 2; Track, 1, 2; JV Baseball, 1; Wrestling, 2 . karen swedberg Drama Club, 1; FHA, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball, 3; German Club, 4; GAA, 1; Dido Aenas, 2. david sweitzer kathy Sylvester Sodality, 2; GAA, 2; IRC, 3, 4; Nat’l H.S, 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4; Latin Club, 3; Latin H.S, 3; Key- ettes, 3, Tres. 4; SGA Alt, 4; Judici¬ ary Comm, 4. 96 mary symmes French H.S., 3, 4; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4; Latin H.S., 2, 3, 4; Turret, 3, 4; IRC, 2. Stephen szadokierski Thespian Appren¬ tice, 1, 2; Thespian, 3, 4; Swim Team, 3, 4; Photography Club, 3; Sports Car Club, 4. marianne tate Nat’l H.S., 3, 4; French H. S., 3. leon tenney Chess Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Team, 1, 2, 3, 4; JV Wrestling, 1; IRC, 1; Cave Club, 3; SGA Alt., 4. vince thomas JV Football, 1; Aqua Club, 2. alan thompson Coin Club, 3; French Club, 4; Sports Car Club, 4. debbie thorp Frosh Chorus, 1; Girls Chorus, 2; Concert Choir, 3, 4; Madrigals, 4; Latin Club, 2, 3; FNA, 3; YFC, 3; Chamber Choir, 3; Har- monettes, 3; Jr. Prom Comm., 3. madeline timberlake SGA Delegate, 2; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Class Coun. 3, Sr. Class Coun., 4; Intra., 1, 2. Latin Club, 3, 4; French Club, 1, 2; Homecoming Comm., 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm., 3, 4; Frosh Orientation, 1, 4; Powder Puff Football, 3; Pep Club, I , 2 . ronnie tobias Frosh Football, 1; JV Football, 2; Aqua Club, 2; Spanish Club, 3. priscilla traynor SCA Delegate, 1; Homecoming Comm., 1; Latin Club, 2, 3; Drill Team, 3, Squad Leader, 4; Prom Comm., 3; Keyettes, Historian, 4; Turret, Ass’t. Ed., 3, Ed.-in-Chief, 4. jim trexler SCA Rep., 1, 2; SGA Del., 3; Var. Club, 3, 4; Var. Foot¬ ball Mgr., 3; Atomic Research Club, 2, 3; Pep Club, 1, 2. mary tringali Folk Music Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Frosh Chorus, 1; Newspaper, 1; Intra. Basketball, 1; Girls Chorus, 2; Musical Review, 4. alan unangst Yearbook, 1, 3, 4; Ama¬ teur Radio Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club, 1; SCA Rep., 1; Folk Music Club, 2, 4; Gymnastics, 2; JV Tennis, 3; Lab Ass’t., 4. jo unger Nat’l Latin Soc., 1; Cheer¬ leader, 1; Aqua Club Sec., 2; SCA Del., 4. susan urban Chorus, I, 2; Cafeteria Comm., 3; Art Club, 2, 3; Glee Club, 2, 3. mike valdes Key Club, 3, 4; Amateur Rocket Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; SCA Pres., 4; SGA Del., 1, 2, 3; Activity Coun., 3, 4; Sports Car Club, 2, 4; Scuba Club, 4; Cave Club, 4; Folk Music Club, 2; Amateur Radio Club, 3, 4; Nat’l H.S., 3, 4; French H.S., 2, 3, 4; Grad¬ uation Marshal, 3; Boy’s State Del., 3. janice varner Symphonic Band, 1, 2, 3; Russian Club, 3, 4. sharon vincent Pep Club, 1; H.R. Alt., 2; Volleyball Intra., 3; Girls Chorus, 4; Powder Puff, 4. dane wagle Folk Music Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Cave Club, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics Club, 2. linda wagner Pep Club, 1; Ski Club, 3; FHA, 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3. debbie waldron Art-Literary Mag., 1; Math Club, 1; Student Gov’t, 1; Soph. Dance Comm., 2; Latin Club, 2; Jr. Class Skit, 3; The Front Line, 3, Feature Ed., 4; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; IRC, Hist., 3; FHA, 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm., 3; SCA Art and Bulletin Board Comm., 4; Sr. Class Coun. Alt., 4; Activity Coun., 4; Yearbook, 4. elizabeth waiters Art Club, 1, 2, 3; Chorus, 1; Pep Club, 2; Latin Club, 2; Literary Magazine, 3, 4; American Field Service, 3; Debate Club, 3; Nat’l H.S., 3, 4. normadie ward Nat’l H.S., 2, 3, 4. robert e. ward JV Basketball, 1; JV Wrestling, 1, 2, 3; Var. Football 4; JV Football 2, 3; Var. Track, 2, 3; Letterman’s Club, 4. nancy warfle Press Club, 1; Pep Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 1, 2; Drill Team, 3, Historian 4; Ski Club, 3. john weathers Football, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Track, 1, 2, 3, 4; Band, 1, 2; Concert Choir, 4; Var. Letterman’s Club, 3, 4; Boy’s Choir, 3, 4. lincoln webb Nat’l H.S., 2, 3, 4; Nat’l Spanish H.S., 2, 3, 4; SGA, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 1, 2; Boy’s State Hi-Y, 3, 4; Judiciary Comm., 4; Prom Comm., 4. Stephen weigel Science Club, 1; Cave Club, 3; Sports Car Club, 4; Nat’l Yacht Club. steve weissman Frosh Basketball; Ten¬ nis; Class Pres., 1; Math Club, Pres., 1; JV Basketball; Cross Country JV, 2, 3; Key Club, 2, 3, 4; Swim Team, 2, 3, Capt., 4; Swim Club; SCA Rep., 3. rigena wells SGA, 1, 2, 3; Riding Club, 1; Spanish H.S., 2, 3, 4; School Play, 2; IRC, 2, 3; Exchange Student, 3; SCA, 3; Harmonettes, 3; Nat’l H.S., 3, 4; Spanish Club, 3, 4; Fort¬ ress Staff, 3; Prom Comm., 3; Concert Choir, 4; Academic Coun., 4. bucky wharton JV Football, 1; Frosh Baseball; Baseball, 2; Basketball, 1; Choir, 2, 3, 4; DE Press. john white Football, 1; Basketball, 1; Track, 1; Band, 1; JV Football, 2; French Club, 4; Band, 4. dave whitford H.R. Class Rep., 1; Frosh Football; JV Football, 2; Var. Football, 4; JV Baseball, 2, 3; Year¬ book Typing Staff, 4; Jr. Prom Decor¬ ating Comm., 3; Jr. Classical League, 2 . liz whiting Debate Club and Team, 2, Vice Pres., 3, Sec. 4; Folk Music Club, 4; Nat’l H.S., 3, 4; French H.S., 3, 4; Student Handbook, Chairman 4; Judiciary Comm., 3; Sr. Play, 2; Girls State, 3. kay whitney Intra., 1; FHA, 2, 3, 4; Historian, 3; Sec., 4; Tri-Hi-Y, Sec. 4; Modern Dance, 3; Class Coun., 3; Yearbook, 4; Var. Cheerleader, 4; Powder Puff Football, 3, 4; Pep Club, 4, cheryl williams Swim Team, 2; Latin Club, 2, 3; Homecoming Comm., 4; Pep Club, 1. evelyn williams Pep Club, 1; Folk Music Club, 1; Nat’l Thespian Soc., 3, 4; IRC, 4; Newspaper Staff, 4; Student Director for 1 Act Play, 3. robert williams debbie willoughby Spanish Club, 3; Nat’l H.S., 3, 4. ralph wills Industrial Arts Club, 2; Intra. Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Folk Music Club, 4. kay windham Modern Dance Club, 2, Vice Pres., 3; SGA H.R. Rep., 1; Drill Team, 3, 4, Squad Leader, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 3, 4; Yearbook Typing Ed., 4; Powder Puff Football, 4; Career Clinic, Typist, 2; Sr. Alt. Coun., 4; Lab Ass’t., 3; Guidance Ass’t., 4. andie wirt Frosh Basketball, Frosh Volleyball, Frosh Hockey, 1; Biology Club, 1. pat witherow Nat’l H.S., 2, 3, 4; French H.S., 2; Basketball Intra., I, 2 . jack wojtanowski Swim Team, 3. jere wood Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrest¬ ling, 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain; Track, 1, 2; SCA H.R. Rep., 2, 3, 4; Latin Club, 1, 2; Russian Club, 3; Scuba Club, 4; Electronics Club, 2, 3; Letterman’s Club, 2, 3, 4. ron wood Intramurals, 1, 2; Frosh Basketball Manager; Alt. H.R. Rep., 1; H.R. Rep., 2; Hi-Y, 3; ' Powder Puff Coach, 4; Class Directory, 4. chris woolley Football, 2; Soccer, 2, 3; Letterman’s Club, 3; Basketball 3; Prom Comm., Chairman, 3. drew worthy JV Football, 2; Intra. Basketball, 3, 4. sylvia wright Latin Club, 2, 3. william wright Polo Team, 1, 2, 3, 4; Nuclear Science Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Cycle Team, 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis, 1, 2, 3, 4; Officer’s Club, Pres., 1, 2, 3, 4; Football, 1, 2; SCA Rep., 2. judy wyatt GAA, 1; Science Club, 1; Jr. Bakery, 3; Pep Club VP, 2, 3; Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Jr. Rep. to Gradu¬ ation, 3. david yemington Boys’ Chorus, 3; Concert Choir, 4; Chess Club, 4; Cave Club, 2; Tennis, 2. rick york Band, 1, 2; Ski Club, 2, 3; Aqua Club, 2; Scuba Club, 4; Cross Country, 4. jane young Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Soft- ball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra., 1, 2, 3; Pep Club, 2; SCA Rep., 2; Yearbook, 3; Prom Comm., 3; Youth Festival Comm., 3. ken young ROTC Drill Team, 1; Wrestling, 4; Powder Puff Cheer¬ leader, 3; Powder Puff Drill Team, 4. connie zeigler Intra. Basketball, 1. 2; Drill Team, 1, 2, 3, 4; SCA Alt., 2; Class Coun. Alt., 3. 97 98 juniors President Anne Meiselman First Vice President William Monday Second Vice President Donald Oliver Secretary Carolyn Esposito Treasurer Charles Bonnanno Sponsors Miss Baker Mr. Houser 99 Martha Abbott Nathan Acree Jared Adair Charlotte Adams Mark Adams Class of ’68 — vibrant, aggressive, enthusiastic. John Allen Catherine Alston Bruce Ainslie Thomas Aldridge Virginia Alico Ann Allan Gary America Linda Ames Michael Anderson Douglas Arp Marie Arvan Bruce Banias William Banks Patricia Ashley Lois Aszman Barbara Baldwin Gale Ballenger 100 Brenda Barry Karen Barton Darlene Bathurst Frank Barker Christopher Barnes George Bayles Cassandra Beaubouef Gary Beal Richard Beall George Berger Joseph Bellfield William Becker Elaine Bernat Cristinia Bedell Marville Berry Robert Bird Arthur Bissell Gary Black Kathleen Blake Nannie Blakeney Nancy Blood Brenda Blyler 101 i Raymond Bovet Richard Boyce Dickson Boyles Susan Brinckmann James Brittingham Jennifer Bruno Linda Bryant Mary Browns Elaine Buchanan Rebecca Buckley Elizabeth Bullard Raymond Bunton Carol Burdette Nancy Burke Cynthia Burnes Susan Burroughs Kathy Bush Heather Campbell John Campbell Patrice Cantwell John Carmalt Jesse Carter James Cavender Cindy Chadsey Burton Chandler Mary Chapman James Castillo 102 Terry Chevalier Bryant Cochran Catherine Corbin Lindsey Coxe Sarah Chloupek Margaret Ciocca Charles Clark Deborah Clark Penny Claypool Neal Clements Frederick Cler Kathleen Collinson Tim Commell Kenneth Cook Robert Copeland Wendi Cornwell Kathryn Cox Wayne Cox Russell Croom Bonnie Craigmile Linda Cranford Donna Cronin 103 Douglas Clark Carol Corbin Willie Cox Joan Cushing Kurt Cushwa Timothy Danaher Clara Dane Mark D’Angelo Marcia Daniels Bewitched, bothered, and bewildered. I Linda J. Davis Stuart Davis Zena Marie Davis Rick Deranek Carol Detwyler James Dewey Linda D. Davis Michael Davis Katherine Deneke Linda Desell Carol Ditta 104 Sally Dodge Jeannie Dodson Mary Dorn Janette Douglas Donna Doane Sharon Duff Jamie Duley Richard Dundas Louis Dupart Katheryne Dwyer Charles Edwards Mary Einhaus Elizabeth Ellis Paul Eckley Carolyn Esposito Marilyn Estes Jay Endahl John Endahl Deborah Erickson Timothy Faver Marcia Fede Valerie Ferguson Bobbie Farris Stephen Farris Evelyn Dripps Russell Embrey Richard Evans 105 Mauricia Fernandez Mark Francis Byron Galentine Cheryl Fippen Karen Fitton Joseph Fix Tonja Fiegel Jean Flood Sheryl Floyd Carol Flyer Nancy Folk Helen Foster William Foster LaWanda Fox Debbi Folsom Mary Frese Julia Friend Marcia Fruehauf Olivia Frazier Roberta Garrison Alyson Garvey Deborah Gath Charles Gallagher Jan Flakowicz Robin Gaines Holly Gibbin 106 Mary Jo Glass Mimi Gustaves Deborah Hanzlik Michael Gibson Donald Gilbert Brad Gilbreth Kathy Giles Paul Glad Patricia Gobet Stephanie Linda Gortney Pat Goudy Marion Graves Goldberg Jean Gurley Susan Gurley Jeffrey Gurski James Grundman Barbara Gunter Marjorie Hall Mary Lou Hammond Paul Haig Erwin Halbrook David Harbert Virginia Harper Robert Harry Arthur Harvey Janies Haskell 107 Kathryn Hatch Diana Hayes Ruth Haywood Robert Hellwig Joan Henry Terry Hertz Gary Hicks Sandra Hicks Tamara Hill Steven Hinz Robert Hobart Kathryn Hobbs Wendy Hockeborn Daniel Hoehne William Hoermann Duncan Hoge Barbara Hoggat Wayne Holden Norma Holland James Holly Thomas Horn Jon Howell David Horne Darlyne Houck Debbie Houston Spencer Howard 108 Adolph Humphreys Susan H. Hunt Susan L. Hunt Pamela Huntley William Huyett William H. Barbara Ikenberry Hymann Jeffrey Immel Karen Irvin Barbara Jackson Gordon Jackson John Jansen Rosemary Kelly Stephen King Terri Jarrett Cynthia Kemp Gail Kissam Wesley Knollenberg Jennifer Johnson Karen Kellar Lynn Kindel Karen Kristoferson Sheilah Jewart Cheryl Kapec Patrick Kenny Bruce Kitt Alice Kopstein Daryl Joline Cynthia Johnson Stephen Kavaljian James Kerley Nancy Klug Therese Kozacka Deborah Knight Judith Johnson Naomi Keller John King Beth Krohn 110 Patricia Lane John Langlotz James Larkin Patrick Krothe Christine Lenhardt Rebecca Lewis Ann Liming Terry Linton Karyn Lloyd John Locke Karen Long Sandra Ludwig Thomas Lumpkin David Lupia Reginald Lyles Christina Larson Susanne Lesser Laura Leyser Susannah Madden 111 Robert Maley Robert Martin Richard McCuskey Barbara Mahaley Veronica Maihafer Michael Maixner Robert Maddock Joseph Malnerich Stephanie Mancuso Patricia Manley Lesley Mansur Kathryn Marsh Robin Marvin Alice Masters John Mattingly Laura Mattson Jasper McBride Virginia McBride Michael McCloskey John McConnell Richard McCrea Christine McDonald Michael McDonald Cynthia Patrick McHugh Edward Mclnturff McDougall 112 Karin McKeen Roderick McKinney Suzanne Gary McNett Fred Medico McLaughlin Anne Meiselman Virginia Middledorf Linda Miller Marsha Miller Carla Minckler Craig Mock William Monday Debbie Monroe Stephen Misenheimer John Mitchell Charles Moody Jacqueline Moore Victoria Moore Ronald Moquin David Morgan Marilyn Moriarity Richard Moriarty Suzette Moriarty Jacqueline Morris Shirley Moure Bruce Mueller 113 Leslie Myers Victoria Salma Nazeer Judy Neff Nankervis Dianna Neil Jean Nelson Victoria Nelson Carolyn New William Newman Brenda Newman Jeffrey Nispel Joseph O’Connor Kathy O’Dell Richard Obenschain Carl Norton David Ofiesh Deborah Ohsiek Deanna O’Keefe Donald Oliver Jaquelin Olson Richard Otten Elizabeth Outlaw Signe Pabst Alexis Page Jerry Park Mary Parker 114 James Pepper Jerry Phifer Dana Pierce Dianna Pluto 115 Barbara Peterson Douglas Pierson Dennis Pool Heather Parkin Carol Peele Ronald Peterson Valerie Philips Adrian Platz Phillip Parrish Gail Partridge Linda Patterson Devon Philips David Peterson Kathryn Philips Douglas Plank David Post Timothy Pendergraft Gwendolyn Petteway Phil Pieper Patricia Platz Dennis Pascal John Patton i Sharon Potter David Powell Mart Powers Michael Powers Kent Prather Kathleen Preston Patricia Priest Cheryl Pringle Kirk Purcell Linda Purcell Catherine Quant George Randall Donna Rauscher Elizabeth Ray David Rayner Catherine Calvin Remsberg Sherry Reniker Readyhough Roger Rhodarmer Susan Rhodarmer Norbert Rieke Gary Ringwald Robert Ripley Stephen Robinson George Rodgers Bruce Rose Paul Rosenbaum Carol Ross Dorothy Rothman Barbara Rowell Gordon Rudd Tina Rusan Kristine Russell Stanley Saliga Eric Salo Anne Sandman Sandra Scatchard William Schell Boyd Schinever Rosemary Schrantz 117 William Schreier Glen Shelton Rose Soapes Anne Schulherr Karen Shepp John Shetterly Catherine Smith Jane Somerville Herbert Schulke Michele Sheridan Sarah Shumway Sandra Smith Frank Sonnabend William Scruggs Debora Sherman Carol Sibley William Smith William Sooy Richard Shaw Fred Sherman Vernon Simmons Joan Snavely Gary Sorber Timothy Sheen Mary Skarra Valerie Snyder Linda Sowers 118 Robert Strong Jane Struder Juniors dig for Sadie Hawkins treasures. Jane Taylor Robert Taylor Chavis Teal Randy Svendsen Gail Sunder Michael Susskind Donald Temple William Temple Clifford Thomson Beverly Timberlake Diana Timberlake Paul Timmerberg 119 Stuart Todd Stephen Tompkins Martha Triplett Randall Troupe Herman Trum Edward Unger Chris Vancleave Christina Vaughen Cheryl Via James Voyles Frederick Wall George Ward Maura Ward Robert Warren Patricia Watkins Linda Watson Lyn Watson Cheryl Waugh Linda Webb Penny Webb Kim Webster Janis Weinstein Catharine Tureman Thomas Warden Wendall Westover 120 Martha Wheaton Timothy Woodward Susan Ydeen Ann White Ann W. White Dudley Whitley Rebecca Whitson Diane Wilkerson Wendy Williams Richard Williamson David Wilson Deborah Wilson Jack Wilson Stephen Wilson Sandra Windsor Janis Woford Glen Wondergem John Wood Joseph Woolley Patricia Worthington Linda Wright Philip Wright Gail Yemington Heather Young Jefferson Young Leslie Zetterstrom William Wyatt 121 President Ann Bramley First Vice President Rachel Meiselman Second Vice President Elaine Russell Secretary Linda Cronin Treasurer Amyia Ladley Sponsor Mrs. Seidel 122 i sophomores i 123 Wendi Abbott John Adams Dirk Agersborg Madaline Aileo Christopher Alba Deborah Allen Dolores Allen James Allen Toni Almond Chris Anderegg Ralph Andresen Susan Arison Caroline Arter Lora Atkins Kathy Austin Liddell Avery Diane Bache Irving Baggett Deborah Baker Patricia Banks David Barber William Bass Anne Battle Patricia Bautz Sandra Beckwith Caroline Bellfield Caroline Berg John Berres Thomas Biggs Elizabeth Blizard Brian Boger Jane Boning Deborah Bowman Jacqueline Boyle Debra Bradberry Susan Boyles Anne Bramley Karla Brett Chris Brewer Jay Brill Catherine Britton Terella Britton Tom Broughton Donald Brown 124 Donna Brown Robert Brown Carolyn Brush Scott Bryan Richard Brylarly David Buhrman Ann Burley Janet Burley David Burns Michael Burns Sally Burroughs Linda Buttery Diane Byrd Sydney Caldwell Guy Calladine Timothey Callahan Elizabeth Callen Malcolm Campbell Susan Campbell Paul Card Nancy Carstens Demetria Carter Louis Carter Nanci Carter Diane Casberg Kim Certa Elaine Chaffers Nola Charnock Carl Chase Nancy Chase Robert Chauncey Amy Chloupek Chloe Clark Joan Clift Kathy Cobb Candy Cochran Edward Coleman Christopher Corbin Joan Corkey John Covington Constance Cowles Linda Cronin Michael Cronin i 125 Marsha Crowder Judith Crozier Chris Culbertson Michael Cullen Patrick Danaher Andrew Daniels Kyle Daniels Julie Danyew Katherine Davey John Davies Vickie Davis Willa Davis Lois DeCicco Lisa Deiderich Keith Dell Patty Demetroulis Barbara Detwiler Andrea Dewitt Stephen Deyerle Gail Doerpinghaus Daniel Duncan Linda Dundas Charles Dunn Kathryn Dunn David Dunning Jane Dunning Nancy Durrance Barbara Duvall William Elam Robert Ellsworth Kathleen Evans James Everett Jerald Fasick Beverly Faulkner Thomas Faulkner Steven Felices Glenn Ferrand Gregory Ferris Nancy Fisher Thomas Fix Carolyn Flynn Michael Ford Patrick Ford William Fotis Susan Fowler Charles Franklin 126 Patricia Freeman Douglas Frey George Frick Dana Gath Donna Genuario Margaret Gibbs Alice Gigante Rebecca Gilbert A well-balanced Sophomore. Larry Gilmore Cynthia Glass Kristen Glass Robery Gleason Margaret Goddard Ellen Golbranson Louise Graham Donna Granahan Lorraine Grant James Graves Richard Gray Carolyn Greene Samuel Grier Earlene Griffith Claudia Griffin Ovalia Griffin Deborah Griggs Kristen Grimm David Gussie Barry Eladdan Robert Hagen Robert Haig Mervin Hall Bradley Halvorsen Jane Halvorsen Gayle Hammond 127 . i The secretary takes note. Susan Harrell Wanda Harrell Karen Harrison Richard Hauser June Haworth Charles Hearn Gary Hecker John Henderson Nancy Henion Forrest Henry Sheila Henzey Susan Hernholm Pamela Herring Sherrie Hicks Barbara Hill Julia Hines Donald Hinman Harry Hinton Jill Hizer David Hobart Thomas Hobart Robert Hobbs Peter Hoehne Christine Hoermann Nancy Hogan Barbara Holden William Holland Joseph Hollenbeck Sherry Holmas Susan Holmas Ann Holston 128 Nancy Hooper Allen Hopkins Katherine Horn Brenda House Rebecca Houston Wilma Houston Patricia Howe Thomas Howell John Huggins Sheri Hughes Kay Hungate Lois Hunt John Hunter Frank Hutson Karen Ichter Cynthia James Mark Jewel Glenn Jezl James Johnson John Johnson Kathy Johnson Sherry Johnson Lee Jones David Kaiser Nancy Keator Michael Keehn Toni Keen Martha Kelleher Margaret Keniston Ann Kennedy George Kenney Karen Kenney Susan Kenney Ronald Kerzaya Stewart Kerzaya Larry Killpack Pamela King Becky Kitt Roy Klein Marilyn Klug Laura Knight Bonnie Koontz Patricia Kotzebue 129 1 John Kramer Sheila Kress Teri Kritzar Kris Krogh Peter Kuettner Frank Lacey Amyia Ladley Richard Laird Russell Lamp Marilyn Lane Lynne Lanzisera David Larson Nina Lavenia Thomas Lavenia Michael Lawrence Richard Lawrence Lois Lea Edwina Lee Edward Lehrer Anthony Leib Fredrick Lemme Daniel Lench Mark Lewis Rebecca Littig Mark Little Douglas Livesay William Lommer Timothy Lonegran Lynda Long Rebecca Loper Michael Lovelass Patricia Lowe Jonathan Lupia Michele Lyke Ronald Lyles Kathleen Lynch Lawerence Lyon Christine Macpherson James Maddock John Madland John Magruder Christine Maley Marcia Maley Nancy Manley I 1 30 Robert Malone Mark Mann Kathleen Manning Robin Mar sett Teresa Marsh Paul Marshall Inge Martin Susan Masters Wright Masters Margaret Mayer Daniel Maynard Robert McAnulty M’liss McCusky Betsy McDonough Kenneth McGee Michael McHugh Mary McKinney Roberta McKnight Sharon McLaughlin Sandy, it’s just called a cannonball. Kemper McMaster Diane McNair Scott McNeil Randall McQueen Rachel Meiselman Ann Merrall Kay Merrill Robert Michelson Carol Mihuc Andrea Miller Ann Miller John Mills Megarie Minor Pamela Mitchell Millard Monnen Laura Montague Marianne Moore Jon Moran Russell Morris Larry Morrision 132 Sheila Morrissey Terrence Murphy Anne Myers Gregory Nelson Bruce Neuhart Jane Newell Kenneth Newland Mark Newman Robert Niebergall Barbara Nitschke Barbara Noce Susan Northington Danny Norton Edward Obermeyer Anne Oberst Sarah O’Connell Kathryn O’Connor Gabriel O’Fiesh Donna Oja Gail O’Keefe Suzanne Olson Stephen Oseth Karen Paquin Susannah Parker Terry Parks Victoria Parrott Benton Partin Bradley Patterson Carmelita Patterson Edwin Patterson Bartlett Patton James Pence Jan Pendleton Elizabeth Pepper Charles Pergler Nicholas Perkins James Peters Michael Petit Mary Petrini Terri Phillips Kathleen Picard Paige Pieper Cathy Pierpoint Christ Pikrallidas 133 Joan Pinnell Terry Pistor Robert Pomeroy Jerry Powell John Powell Nancy Preston Connie Pruitt Margaret Quinn Patricia Quinn William Quinn William Rae Linda Rafert Teresa Ranney Eugene Ranson Leslie Raulin Judith Reed Rose Reed Gayle Rich Anne Richmond Margaret Ricker Paul Ritchey Steve Roberson James Roberts Patricia Robinson Anita Robusto Francis Robusto Linda Rockwell Debra Rogers Susan Rogers Lisa Rosati Marla Rose Eloyse Rosekranz John Rothwell Patricia Rowell Gayle Rudd Constance Rush Elaine Russell Robert Russell 134 Linda Sabel Nikki Saddler Sally Sandman Susan Santschi John Saul Deirdre Savage Carolyn Sawyer Sister Rachel points the way to success. Daniel Scatchard Wiley Schell Janet Schmid Joseph Schmid Gary Schrader Donna Schuck Sherryl Schultz Sandra Scott Barbara Scribner Joan Seaver Sandy Sedberry Carol Seddon Cynthia Selby Gregory Sepper James Shackelford Janet Shaw Paul Shelton Patricia Sherman Pamela Sheya Susan Shipman Jo Shumate Theodore Silva Linda Singhass Scott Slagle Anita Smith Anne Smith Constance Smith 135 Delores Smith Malinda Smith Mark Smith Michael Smith Susanne Smith Bonnie Smoak Charles Snavely Harrison Snow Maxine Snyder Thomas Soapes Annette Somparyac Patricia Spaine Roberta Spaulding Patricia Speakman Simms Spears Kimberly Spencer Gerald Spittle William Spotswood Elizabeth Stanaski Susan Stark Susan Starkey Lynne Stebbins Larry Stephens Charles Stinson Laura Stoeppelworth Ronald Stowell Clevie Stuart Margaret Suiter Maureen Sullivan Cynthia Swavely Terry Szabo Wayne Tadsen Spirited Sophomores sound off. Wisenta Taylor James Terrell James Terry Cheryl Thomas Lloyd Thomas Penny Thompson Pam Thorpe James Thorsen John Trexler Richard Turner Teresa Vasconcellos William Vaughen Deborah Vincent Stephanie Vincent Carolyn Vogt Katherine VonLewinski Michael Voth Helen Waldorf Sally Walther Karen Ward Robert Ward Pamela Ware Gordon Wasson Pamela Watts Margaret Weart Bruce Weigel Sheryl Weisserborn Arthur Weitz Regina Welch Valena White James Whiteaker Janice Wiemer James Wilbourne James Wilkes Sharon Wilkens Aubrey Williams John Wilson Linda Windham Glenn Windsor William Witting John Wolfe John Woodworth Lucy Woodshlager Stephen Yates Marshall Yost Robert Zepernick Jacqueline Zook 137 freshmen President: Richard Oliver First Vice President: Elizabeth White Second Vice President: William Swiggard Secretary: Maria Nandervis Sponsor: Mr. Wiley 138 139 Jeannie Adams Jeff Agnew Lucy Alba David Allen Hubert Allen Michael Allen Milton Stephen Ames Judith Anderson Nancy Anderson Edward Andolina Thomas Andrews John Anson Kathy Ashley Lawrence Atkinson Ellen Baldwin John Ballew Patricia Bangert Patricia Banks Stephen Barentine John Baring Elizabeth Barretta Thomas Barton David Batalo Susan Baughman Robert Bayles Sherry Beall William Beaudet David Beazley Brian Beebe Kathleen Beebe John Besbekos Bonnie Bernardo George Bernat Robert Bielawski Leslie Billings Lorraine Bircher Stephen Birmingham Glenda Blakeney Richard Blackman Hubert Blakey Karen Blyler Cheri Bogert James Boland Michael Bolstad Dave Bolton Barbara Borman Astrid Bovet Virginia Bowen Lee Boyd Karen Brainard Jenny Brewer Russel Brooks Marcia Brouns Clark Brown Diana Brown Gary Brown 140 Keith Brown Loren Bruce Janet Burrill Barbara Bush Debbie Bush James Bush Stevenson Bush Susan Byers Joy Cadenhead Joy Calafato John Calhoun George Callaghan Sheri Callaghan James Campbell Laura Campbell Marjorie Cantwell Janet Caporaletti Beatrice Carbonell William Card Craig Carlock Joanne Carlton Nancy Carpenter Kathleen Carry Susan Casberg Susan Caumont Scott Chadsey James Chamberlain Robert Chapman Ronnie Chase Cheryl Chatfield Edmund Chevalier Mary Chilcutt Andrea Christensen Jo Ann Cipollina 141 A Stephen Clark Victoria Clarke Richard Cler Shiela Coad Patricia Cobb Glenda Coleman Joseph Coleman Sean Collins Eugene Columbo Douglas Conley Charles Connor Douglas Constant Deborah Coppa John Corbin Bruce Corey Trudianne Costello Patricia Couch Bruce Courson Q ueen Cox Chris Crabill David Craigmile Barbara Crump Samuel Curling Patricia Cushing Kathleen Cywin Karen Damm Margaret Danaher Stanton Daries Susan Darter Elizabeth G. Davis Elizabeth J. Davis Stephen Davis Corinne Dean Michele DeCandio Gwyneth DeGraf David Demeter Donna DeMuro Mark DeMuro Mark Dewey Terri Dial Inez Diana Alexandra Dickson Debra Dierksmeier Ann Dillard Waynona Dillon Susan Dixon Dianne Doerpinghaus Martha Dorn Diane Dougherty William Douthwaite Bonnie Drew Rande Duke Beth Duley Daniel Dunan Mark Duvall Roberta Eckley 142 Ann Edwards Robert Einhaus Peter Eisen Frank Elliott David Ellis Margaret Ellis Linda Elvington Keith Erickson Nancy Evans Sharon Evans Norman Fagge James Farris Merrill Farris David Fede Forbes Feeney Rhonda Ferguson Terri Fiegel James Fisher Joshua Fisher Elissa Fitch Barbara Fitton Peter Floyd Thomas Foley Roland Follmer Jean Forrest Linda Fotis Clare Francis Gregory Frese Gail Frick Nancy Friese Debra Friess Fred Fulton Duane Futch Michael Garvin Anne Gates Leigh Gehrig William Gentry Judith Gerlach Sherril Gibbin Leslie Gibson Robert Gidel Kathleen Gilbert Britt Gilbreth Donna Gillie Debra Gilpin Carolyn Gimelli John Ginn Margarita Goldberg Joan Golladay Candance Gortney Harry Grandinett Phyllis Green Christine Griffin Deborah Griggs Kurt Guerrein Debra Gunderson 143 Dorothy Hagen John Hale Denise Halvorsen Judith Hanson Mary Ellen Hanthorn Nancy Harder Nancy Harmon Terry Harper Martin Harrell Linda Harriman Deborah Harris Lorin Hay Merri Hayden William Hayes Christine Hays Medora Heilbron Carl Hemler Leslie Hendershot Kathe Hernholm Kathleen Hertz Scott Hesaltine Cheryl Higdon Jackson Hildebrand Jeffrey Hinton Jeffrey Hinz Nancy Hird Robert Hix Robin Hockeborn Barry Hockman Arthur Hodder 144 Nancy Hoffman John Hoffman Franklin Holland Robert Holland Jeri Hollandsworth Brian Holly Deborah Hook Martha Hoover Charles Horn Patricia Horn Kathy Housewright Laura Houston Leslie Howard Ladean Howells Debra Hubbeling Franklin Hubbell Eileen Hudson Laura Hudson Robert Huff Lloyd Hunt Dee Hurst Donna Hurst Dennis Hutcheson Patricia Hutson Jimmy Hyman John Jackson Glenna Jackson Lesley Jackson Heidt Jett Bryan Johnson Maurice Johnson Nan Joseph Marilyn Jowdy Mary Kane Russell Kazanjian Christopher Keehn John Kerzaya George Kidwell Janet Kindel Elizabeth King Scott Kinny Mary Lee Klein Patricia Knight Sarah Knight Eric Knollenberg Kristina Koch Mary Kosciuszko George Kougias Charles Kraul Susan Kristoferson Kathy Krohn Steve Kuebler Chris Kuetner Herbert Ladley Barbara Lamp Francis Lane 145 A Stephen Lauterboch David LaVallee Christopher Lee James Lee Kathy Lemacks Dorothy Lemme John Lench Gail Lenhardt Kimra Lewis Nelson Lewis Paul Lewis What’s the matter with white sox? Gary Loetterle Ma deline Lombardi Donald Lopez Bruce Love Patricia Lowe Marlene Lowry Eugene Lyman Dwight Lyons Alexander Mackenzie Deborah Macomber Samuel Magruder Charles Mahaney Robert Maige Vince Maige Christopher Maixner Katherine Malnerich Nancy Malone Dale Maloney Cheryl Mariolis Sharon Marks Steve Marshall 146 Lucie Marston Jane Martin Albert Matera Herb Mayher Holden McAleer Stephen McCarrick William McCloskey Wilbur McCurry Bonnie McCutcheon Debra McDonald Rita McDonald James McGovern Jean McKenzie Marilyn McNinch Susanne Meadows Patricia Medico Walter Meinzer James Melugin Judith Merrall Michael Merrick Nancy Meyer Christopher Miller Lynn Miller Paul Miller Ann Millikin Anne Mills Jane Mobley Carol Mock Shirley Moffat Ernst Mollenberg Michael Monroe Lynda Moomaw Carol Moore Judy Moore Patricia Moore Richard Moore Sally Moore Marilyn Moretti Peter Morgan Catherine Morris Michael Moyer Doug Moysey Henry Muller Brian Murphy Christine Murphy Kevin Murphy John Murray Carol Muther Maria Nankervis James Neff Gwenda Neigh George Nelson David New Linda Nicholson Chris Niebergall Donald Norton 147 A Pamela Pudding William Norton Suzanne Old Richard Oliver Ronald Olney Charlotte Olson Susan O’Neil Susan Ordoyne Michael Osteen Scott Owens Terry Pabst Gregory Parks Barbara Parr Stuart Partin Julie Patterson Eric Penny Gary Pendergraft Sarah Percival David Perriello Martha Petroff Elaine Petersen Gregory Petkoff Alphonso Petteway Mark Phillips Pamela Phillips Susan Phillips Thomas Philopena Albert Picard Joyce Pierce Becky Pierpoint Laura Pluto John Politte Diane Pomeroy William Pooton Jane Portaluppi Janice Powell The mouse that roared. 148 Marguerite Powell Tracy Powell James Preston Royce Priest Deborah Pumphrey Susan Quant Frank Queen Kathleen Rabun Thomas Rae Gale Randall Douglas Raymond Catherine Read Christine Readyhough Sandra Redd Lynn Reese Bonnie Rettgers Clifford Rettig Ronnie Richey Melvin Richmond Robert Ridgely Douglas Rigsbee Mary Ann Ringwald Sharon Ritter Lorraine Rivard Leilani Robinson Peggy Rockwell John Rogers Stephen Rood Donna Ross Glenda Ross Gary Rudd Susan Ryther Ray Ryu Claudia Sabel Daniel Sakas Mark Sawyer Stephen Sawyer Carl Schreier Donald Schubert Susan Schuck Pamela Schuffert Kathryn Schrantz Philip Schwartz Thomas Scott Thomas Settle Terry Shaffer Dean Shahinian Linda Sharp Jo-Ann Shaw Nancy Shaw Terry Shawn Jane Shetterly Eugene Shorts Gregg Shores Beverly Shotts Edwin Simmons A 149 James Simmons Valentine Skinner David Smith Dean Smith Gayle Smith Jeffrey Smith Joel Smith Mark Smith Marsha Smith Stanley Smith Timothy Smith John Snavely Gary Snider Gayle Solomon Frederick Sorber Rebecca Spaine Jane Spiller Robert Spotsgood John Squires Jeanne Stanaski Fred Starkey Marcus Stewart Sandy Stinemates Grant Stockdale Thomas Stokes Thomas Stone Carol Stromak Robert St. Clair Deborah Sunbury Robert Sutley Lance Svendsen Cindy Swedberg Frank Sweeney William Swiggard Margaret Swinburne Rebecca Symmes Deborah Szczutkowski Paula Tabarini Carol Tallman Janet Tankersley Robert Tate Barbara Taylor Robert Temple Alan Tenney Joyce Thompson Gail Thomas Sally Thomas Susan Thomas Lyndl Thorsen Todd Tisdale Laurie Titus Mary Thacik Gary Tomlinson Kevin Trevillian Greg Troupe Thomas Turner 150 Ellen Twombly Barbara Unangst Suzanne Uzoff Steve Valdes Leo Valiante Peter Van Cleve John Vandersluis Mary Vaught Margaret Vazquez James Vitt William Vogt Robert Voyles Miles Wachendorf Charles Walchon Linda Wallace Beatrice Ward Wendy Weed Carol Weidenhamer Linda Weinstein Stephanie Weston Elwood Wheatley John Wharton Elizabeth White Margaret White Garth Wiemer Michael Wilkerson Cristina Williams Harriett Williams Laura Wilson Edwin Wittig Cheryl Woford Terry Wondergem Susan Wood Jeffrey Woodward Debra Worden The long-sought prize is won. Jimmy Wright Thomas Wright ___ ' fas . 7 ' m ® Ipw. 3 ifnsv gEaP i .1 w M ic m XlL | mr 152 organizations The many organizations flourishing at Fort Hunt form the backbones of Federal social activity. Through the efforts of stu¬ dents in their organizations, there is a constant progres¬ sion of things to do within the school. But the organi¬ zations at Fort Hunt are not entirely for fun; the public service organizations at school do constant good for the school, while the many clubs combine fun with learning, enriching the stu¬ dent with knowledge gained through participation and fellowship. 153 i student government Row 1 K. Brett, J. Cadenhead, M. Nankervis, C. Ross, E. Stewart, K. Neitzey, M. Kilgore. Row 2 R. McKnight, J. Royall, K Davey, P. Bautz, C. Ditta, S. Fowler, L. Long. Row 3 J. Goodwin, A. Meiselman, J. Immel, J. Unger, L. Watson, S. Dusek, D. Sauvage, K. Horn. Row 4 M. Hammond, A. Oberst, B Koontz, S. Morissey, J. Friend, M. Abbott, H. Campbell. Row 5 D. Clark, J. Wood, E. Sakas, J. Atkins, M. Kosciuszko, S. Reniker. 154 r 5 . it m f .VT yt W ..... j . 1 Giving the students an active voice in their school, the SCA acts as a laison between the stu¬ dent body, the faculty, and the administration. With new laws effective this year, the SCA con¬ tinues to strive to become a greater representative body of the students, working with other or¬ ganizations throughout the school to broaden student in¬ fluence in the daily activities of Fort Flunt. The achievements of the SCA are the result of time and effort spent by students them¬ selves, working as one for the good of all. Row 1 R. Fergeson, D. Pomeroy, E. Bullard, K. Kenney. Row 2 P. Robinson, N. Hogan, S. Chloupek, J. Johnson, K. Blake, V. Alico, K. Sylvester. Row 3 J. O’Connor, D. Hinman, P. Manley, D. Shaunessy, D. Doane, M. Triplett. 155 A activity council Row 1 B. Baker, M. Dougherty, D. Robinson, E. Ray, D. Waldron, D. Shaunessy, B. Peterson, L. Pack, W. Ecker, R. Wells, J. Nemeth, K. Neitzey, A. Meiselman, M. Manley, M. Kilgore. Row 2 M. Elder, C. Frazier, E. Unger, L. Sakas, M. Morrissey, L. Ordoyne, D. Houston, H. Young, L. Kindel, L. Barry, S. O’Connor, M. Nankervis. academic council M. Dougherty, W. Battison, R. Wells. career committee Row 1 M. Hammond, S. Fippen, E. Unger, L. Mansur. Row 2 M. Cronin, H. Waldorf, M. Fede, A. Harvey, R. Green, L. Dirhan, Mr. Cain. 157 ’!Sir r T“ mi § ' grgrsg m mm mwim t m - • » .» Row 1 M. Timberlake, V. Peters, J. Houser, P. Ray, S. Russell, L. Ordoyne, J. Ash. Row 2 R. Coleman, M. Hoover, W. Battison, M. Dougherty, S. Livers, D. Woodward. Row 3 H. Schrader, B. Downing, M. Manley, A. Kinny, L. Greenwood, G. Austin, J. Andrews. senior class council The Senior Class Council, responsible for coordinating Senior activities, has worked hard this year for the class. Due to the efforts of the Council, the Class of ’67, the first class to complete four years at Fort Hunt, will have their senior trip, receive homage from underclassmen on Senior Night, and will display their talents in the Senior Play. After the year’s end whirlwind of excitement, four years of school will be climaxed by the graduation and Senior Prom. 158 The Junior Class Council has served well in its dual role of liaison to the class and of organ¬ izers and instigators of class activities. Organizational break¬ downs were unheard of, as these ablebodied organizers produced, sponsored and directed paper drives, bake sales, the class pic¬ nic, the Powderpuff game, Sadie Hawkins, and the prom. Amid footballs, magazines, Twerp cards, rings, and formals, the council has maintained a unified and informed class of 1968. junior class council Row 1 R. Williamson, R. Bird, B. Banais. Row 2 C. Detwyler, L. Miller, S. Brinchmann, C. Waugh, K. Kristoferson, C. Corbin, L. Gortney, B. Farris, C. Esposito, L. Purcell. Row 3 T. Hill, W. Williams, C. Sibley, B. Peterson, A. Tureman, A. Meiselman, D. Oliver, K. Barton, R. Soapes, S. Burroughs, C. McDougall, J. Park. Row 4 D. Hoehne, J. LaField, L. Dupart, F. Bark¬ er, R. Moquin, M. Davis, S. Todd, B. Huester, P. Glad, J. Malnerich, C. New. 159 sophomore class council Row 1 P. Mitchell, M. McCuskey, D. Vincent, T. Ranney, K. Cobb, L. Atkins, N. Henion. Row 2 L. Rockwell, M. Crowder, S. Caldwell, B. Boger, M. Lawrence, W. Holland, D. Livesay, C. Greene, R. Meiselman. Under the competent leadership of the Sophomore Class Council, the class members participated in paper drives, bake sales, and various other fund raising activities. The council members sponsored class functions, promoted school activities, and co-ordinated and supported the school life of the underclassmen. The two big projects of the class were the magazine campaign and a drive at Christmas to help the needy families in the immediate area. In the spring the sophomores held their Spring Dance. A successful Class Council made this year a suc¬ cessful year for the sophomores. 160 The freshman class began its first year of high school with mixed emotions and mass-con¬ fusion. However, soon mastering school routine, the class added immeasurable strength to the school, actively contributing to school functions with time, talent, and enthusiasm. The years re¬ main before the frosh will gradu¬ ate, but the road of success, while difficult at times, will be otherwise crowded with fun and high achievement. Row 1 B. Rettgers, R. Ferguson, D. Dougherty, M. Heilbron, M. Kos- ciuszko. Row 2 A. Burley, C. Wolford, M. Goldberg, P. Horn, D. Hurst, D. Pomeroy, H. Grandinett. Row 3 M. Ames, J. Simmons, R. Voyles, M. Nankervis, R. Oliver, W. Swiggard, M. Kemuro, D. Fede, J. Tankersley, Mr. Wiley. freshman class council 161 I_ A Row 1 L. Cronin, S. Russell, M. Hall. Row 2 M. Crowder, G. Sunder, S. Sedberry, M. Dougherty. Row 3 J. Becherer, D. Broughton, K. Windham, E. Buss, P. Borum. fortress A yearbook is something to be cherished by many people. Years after graduation former Federals may thumb through its pages recalling fond memories. The editors of the Fortress worked hard this year to give Federals a warm remembrance of the 1966-67 school year. They toiled to make this the largest and the best yearbook ever. Mr. Pattisall, Mrs. Moloney. 162 Row 1 D. Cronin, S. Fowler, K. Hobbs. Row 2 D. Pluto, B. Peter¬ son, K. Brett, A. Kennedy. Row 3 P. Claypool, J. Immuel. 163 I I Row 1 S. Finlayson, S. Arnhart, G. Schuck, D. Sigleo, E. Leibold, C. Dyer, C. Larkin. Row 2 L. Dirhan, D. Waldron. front line Mr. Pattisall. 164 HUH Row 1 V. Nankervis, R. Kitchen, A. Huggins. Row 2 K. Blake, J. Taylor, B. Timberlake, C. Adams, C. Flyer, L. Mansur, H. Gibbons, P. Lane, K. O’Dell, B. Ikenberry, K. Steele, J. Medico. Row 3 N. Robinson, S. Robinson, B. Maddock, J. Secrist, J. Chadsey, A. Wheitz, K. Ripley, R. Lyles. Row 4 S. Henzey, D. Sauvage, M. Triplett, K. Salo, C. Ross, L. Patterson, J. Adair, V. McComas. 165 Behind every issue of the Front Line there are seven slightly mad editors, two deflated Journ¬ alism I classes, and one ex¬ hausted sponsor. But through constant and diligent effort, through a sincere and conscien¬ tious interest in the school, and through a rigid sense of disipline, the Front Line, printed bi-weekly for the students of Fort Hunt, was able to uphold the quality of newspaper that has made it an award-winning school paper. 1 A turret The Turret, Fort Hunt’s art¬ literary magazine, represents a cross-section of the best of Fed¬ erate’ artistic and literary talents. The Turret aims to provide an outlet for creative students, to encourage the development of their talents, and to present their combined efforts in one pleasing issue for the enjoyment of stu¬ dents. The materials are selected from those submitted by the student-body and comprises the best that Fort Hunt has to offer. Mr. Kladitis Row 1 D. Picard, M. Symmes, S. Whiteaker, M. G. Finney, C. Stedman, S. Haar. Row 2 P. Traynor, M. Kilgore, C. Jones, E. Bernat, D. Sherman, A. Kinny, L. Barry. Row 3 J. Percival, D. Knight, W. Wright. Mr. Pattisall, C. Parr. 00$fl Gg|f k 4 -4 .! ' ■ ' « -ffsi Sl§J x fiS ‘ jSS!!S $Z£+ ' 33Sfer ' vzzzxu 4 4 % p%44- ■ 46 444 4 4 ' " j 4+€144 +1 + d f . «♦ «♦ ' » ( « jr«« 4 ■?«■ ■ 3SSm S5 2J2SS Row 1 M. Lyke, C. Griffin, S. Hughes, J. Pinnel. Row 2 J. Seaver, C. Culbertson. The Block enabled Fort Hunt students to purchase the publi¬ cations in a single pact. Federals through this plan received one copy of the yearbook, one copy of the literary magazine, and bi¬ monthly issues of the newspaper. Through the family plan, those students in large families were able to purchase separate edi¬ tions of each publication. The girls on the staff worked hard not only in the sale of publi¬ cations but also in paper work, finance, and distribution. block 167 Row 1 E. Bernat, C. Phillips, E. Schwartz, E. Whiting, P. New¬ man, S. Floyd, L. Watson. Row 2 S. Fippen, J. Woford, P. Gober, E. Aldridge, E. Walters, R. Wells, D. Willoughby, M. Manley, V. Peters, M. Houston, J. Sooy, L. Patterson, C. Adams. Row 3 D. Robinson, D. Woodward, A. Kinny, J. Nemeth, D. Hower, S. O’Connor, K. Sylvester, L. Pack, M. McCabe, M. Dougherty, K. Steele, S. Rafert, C. Lutz, E. Leo. Row 4 Mr. Schlomer, R. Brown, D. Oliver, M. Morrissey, G. Ward, R. Coleman, G. Harvey, S. Spencer, T. Sheen, R. Warren, J. Shet- terly, L. Greenwood, D. Loe. Row 5 W. Monday, J. O’Connor, R. Bovet, B. Mueller, M. Downey, A. Holland, D. Gilbert, R. McCrea, W. Colbert. " Zor ty 0 ist national honor society recognize those students who have demonstrated superior aca¬ demic achievement and qualities of leadership. Under the direction of the sponsors, Mr. Schloemer and Mrs. Chapman, the group has undertaken such activities as organizing the college catalogues in Guidance, working with the administration on improving the curriculum, and guiding at Col¬ lege Night. 168 The lure of the footlights is strong for the National Thespians, who are devoted to the advancement of dramatic arts. Members spent hours building scenes, memorizing for “Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court.” The result was a job well done, a sense of accomplishment, and, for the audience, an evening of worthwhile entertaintment. national thespians Row 1 S. Dusek, S. Queen, M. Rose, E. Williams, Mr. Gassek. Cleve, K. Lucas, T. Aldrich, C. Barnett, R. Ellsworth, M. Ander- Row 2 W. Holcombe, K. Matthews, K. Kincannon, C. Van- son. 169 HABLA ESPANOL Row 1 L. Webb, W. Monday, J. Shetterly, R. Boren. Row 2 S. E. Bernat. Row 3 E. Leo, S. Parrot, R. Wells, J. Sooy, D. Harder, M. Abbott, P. Ray, N. Folk, P. Gober, L. Greenwood, Hower. Spanish honor society A student inducted into the Spanish Honor Society must pledge to broaden his knowledge of the language and of the Spanish-speaking peoples. By having guest speakers and by dining at a Spanish restaurant, the Spanish Honor Society hopes to stimulate “interest in the foreign ex¬ change program, usage of the Spanish language, and the introduction of the Spanish-American culture to the students.” 170 The members of the German Honor Society speak Ger¬ man very well, because, like all foreign language honor societies, the German Honor Society is interested in the promotion of German in Fort Hunt. The Honor Society planned and carried out numerous activities to further their interest in German, including their annual dinner at the Bavarian Club. german honor society E. Ray, S. Lesser, K. Russell, D. Shaunessy, R. Peterson 171 The Latin Honor Society, composed of the elite of Latin students, seeks to recreate in Fort Hunt the classical spirit and interest in the Greek and Latin cultures. Closely associated with the Latin Club, the Latin Honor Society works to spread the love of Latin among its members. latin honor society Row 1 P. Newman, C. Fippen, W. Battison, R. Campbell, M. Morrissey. Row 2 M. Newhart, J. O’Connor, D. Woodward, G. Jackson. 172 The purpose of the French Honor Society has been mainly to honor those students who do excellent work in French and have a high overall average. Aside from outings at restaurants, the club also offered a series of French films shown after school to all interested students and lectures given by various college professors including a Fulbright Scholar. The proceeds from the films were used to purchase French books for the library and to fulfill needs of the French Dept. A tutoring service was also offered to all students in need of help in French. french honor society Row 1 M. Manley, J. Nemeth, R. Bovet, R. Warren. Row 2 N. Preston, V. Peters, S. Stark, L. Watson, S. O’Connor, K. Steele, Mrs. Nelson. Row 3 W. Witting, M. Symmes, E. Writing, P. Rosenbaum, M. Dougherty, A. Kinny, E. Schwartz. 173 Row 1 W. Elam, R. Ellsworth, G. Sepper, B. Patton, R. Ober- meyer, J. Schuette, R. Ward, C. Horn. Row 2 C. Class, C. Sable, P. Sheya, C. Paige, H. Helton, D. Lowe, E. Ray, K. New- pher, K. Swedberg, T. Pabst, S. Pabst, M. Fede, L. Sowers, K. Lewis, K. Merrill, P. Norton, Miss Whitla. Row 3 M. Graves, K. Habsted, P. Card, M. Guerrin, D. Temple, T. Aldridge. Row 1 S. Olson, D. Schuck, L. Barry, J. Gurley, C. Waugh, L. Sowers, Mr. Cohen. Row 2 M. Tripplett, H. Gibbons, K. Deneke, W. Dyerle, M. Ecker, C. Paige, S. Scatchard, J. Olson. Row 3 D. Bullard, R. Kelly, E. Ray, L. Zetterstrom, N. Meolio, S. Ludwig, J. Stanaski. Row 4 R. Houser, C. Penny, S. Boren, S. Lesser, D. Neil, R. Hein, P. Pabst, J. O’Malley. Row 5 M. Lane, S. Pabst, S. Ames. The International Relations Club was extremely active this year working to promote a better un¬ derstanding of foreign peoples and problems. The IRC had speakers once a month who gave “presentations on controversial topics of current interest.” There were talks on Latin-American problems, on the war in Viet Nam, and on the Israeli-Arab conflict, among others. The IRC also sponsored a Debate Club presentation and contributed to making clown costumes for the war in Viet Nam. international relations club german club “Deutsch” to a members of the German Club is like English to an Englishman — absolutely es¬ sential. The German Club, which aims to promote the study of German culture and language, has been extremely active this years. Its members put on a Christmas party for its members; a Fasching, a German Mardi- Gras; and went to Annapolis to view a German Exchange film. Going to a Russian bookstore, lunching at a Russian restaurant, and attending college level Rus¬ sian Classes were among the many ways the Russian Club worked to stimulate interest in Russian in Fort Hunt. With the goals of furthering their know¬ ledge of today’s Russian culture as well as of the language itself, the Russian Club carried through a varied and interesting program. Row 1 D. Woodward, C. Remsburg, S. Finlayson, J. O’Connor, C. Frazier. Row 2 J. Varner, S. Floyd, D. Loe, D. James, P. Newman, S. Pabst, E. Ray, D. Oja, B. Paterson, K. Mannon, R. Kelly, N. Preston. russian club 175 I I ► club french club The Latin Club was established to promote the study of Latin and to help make each member aware of our rich Roman heri¬ tage. Films, banquets, discus¬ sions, and guest speakers were a few of the ways in which the Latin Club was able to acquaint the student with “the glory that was Rome.” The Fort Hunt High School Latin Club is a member of the Junior Classical League, a national organization created for the promotion of Latin in the classroom. Row 1 K. Morgan, B. Symmes, W. Dillon, J. Carlton, M. Park¬ er, P. McCurry, W. Hoermann, G. Shelton, P. Shelton, J. Snavely, D. Conley. Row 2 S. Thomas, G. Jackson, C. Weidenhamer, C. Bogart, T. Houston, N. Rieke, C. Horn, L. Gunn, S. Deyerle, B. Huester, L. McBride, R. Lawrence, R. Spotswood, L. Stevens, R. Michelson, D. Maynard. Row 3 Mrs. Hall, R. Campbell, M. Neuhart, M. Morrissey, S. Morrissey, S. Mitchell, Miss Wilbur, W. Spotswood, J. Peters, J. Davis. Row 4 C. Adams, J. Sunder, K. Mannor, F. Brown, S. McKarrick, D. Curling, A. Smith, L. Patterson, A. Hollandsworth, J. O ' Connor, J. Johnson, W. Batti- son, J. Schmid, P. Newman. Row 5 K. Lloyd, S. Chadsey, K. Marsh, K. Blake, S. Scatchard, L. Montague, L. Purcell, L. Sharp, J. Mobley, M. Jowdy, J. Hizer, C. Griffin, W. Houston, D. Woodward. I fgg ■fill Striving to familiarize its members with France, her culture, her language, and its people, Le Cercle Francais, guided by the French Department, has accomplished much during its first year, including dining at a French restaurant and attending a foreign film in Washington, D. C. Members made many new friends in France through pen pals. Through instructive French Club meet¬ ings and wide activities, the club broadened Fort Hunt’s French horizons. Row 1 Miss Schratz, A. Meiselman, B. Rowell, C. Tureman, B. Craigmile, C. Chadsey, D. Houston, S. Ludwig. Row 2 S. Ra- fert, J. Ash, E. Bullard, C. Sibley, S. Windsor, C. Green, G. Pettiway. Row 3 B. Knootz, M. Kozaczka, L. Miller, M. Mc- Cuskey, H. Young, B. Blizard, S. Brinckmann. Row 4 A. Chlou- pek, B. Blyler, C. Kemp, T. Hill, S. Shumway, C. Quant, S. Floyd, R. Houston. Row 5 P. Cantwell, J. Struder, V. Nankervis, J. Neff, M. Hammond, J. Layfield. Row 6 B. Jackson, L. Hunt, M. Davis, C. Mock, A. Bissell, D. Clark. 176 Row 1 N. Blackney, K. Corbin, L. Pack, K. O’Dell, P. Wright. Row 2 B. Mueller, R. Stevens, J. Greffet, M. Francis. Row 3 J. Farnum, S. Farnum, S. Boren, K. Quant, S. O’Connor, A. Allen. Familiarization of students with the customs and literature of Spain and with Spanish and Latin-American art, stimulation of interest in the spoken lan¬ guage, and recognition of high achievement in the study of Spanish are only the basic tenets of the Spanish Club, which hopes to introduce its members into a greater awareness of the Spanish¬ speaking world. This year, the club hopes to complete a number of planned excursions and activi¬ ties. Spanish club 177 tri-hi-y The Fort Hunt Tri-H-Y is a service organization dedicated to service to the home, school, and community. Affiliated with the national YMCA, this year’s main theme has been “Service to your school first.” Thus, the club’s main goal was raising money for the school library, supplemented by smaller charitable works throughout the year. Its universal goal, however, is to help teenage girls gain the fullest meaning of life by their work with others. Row 1 C. Moy, S. Calafato, D. Robertson, J. Johnson, C. Ross, T. Kritzar, K. Windham, V. Anderson, L. Hall. Row 2 L. Myers, P. Bautz, P. Thompson, K. Whitney, C. Sompayrac, C. Stedman, D. Hower, E. Leo. Row 3 P. Cullen, L. Goodwin, T. Hill, V. 178 Harper, M. Abbott, A. Page, R. Stewart, C. Brown, J. Dunning. Row 4 Miss Thacker, S. Lee, C. McDougail, M. Fruehhauf, M. Crowder, J. Becherer, M. Timberlake, K. Neitzey, A. Calhoun. P rap®BBE Row 1 W. Ecker, M. Hoover, M. Dougherty, D. Smith, K. Kanline, D. Hempstead, W. Sax. Row 2 M. Morrissey, W. Dripps, H. Lea, M. Decandio, J. Phifer, R. Patteson. Row 3 D. Barber, R. Coleman, D. Lupia, S. Todd, L. Webb, M. Brugge- man. Row 4 R. Durna, R. Wood, G. Austin, M. Neuhart, D. Woodward, J. Atkins. The Fort Hunt Hi-Y is a boy’s service club dedicated to the task of developing competent and complete indi¬ viduals who are able to live and work in today’s world, working in harmony with their fellow man. The club aims at improving character, while providing the opportunity to learn and practice leadership. The club strives to make significant contributions to the worth of the school, community, and world. hi -y Mr. Moulds and Mr. Creigh 179 keyettes This year the Keyettes plunged into Fort Hunt’s activities with rollicking fun and rousing success. From delivering the New York Times to shining shoes, from holding a faculty tea, to singing Christmas carols, from hanging decorations, to sponsoring a dance, the girls worked hard this year to make Fort Hunt a better place for everyone. The Keyettes also worked with the Key Club at school activities to better serve the students. Row i C. Esposito, L. Patterson, H. Young, M. Manley, B. Baker, P. Traynor, D. Rothman, S. Russell, D. Broughton, J. Weinstein. Row 2 D. Picard, S. Mancuso, E. Bernat, A. Meiselman, K. Sylvester, L. Greenwood, S. Harder, L. Ander¬ son, A. Kinny, P. Ray, C. Adams. Row 3 J. Nemeth, S. Windsor, M. Houston, E. Schwartz, E. Banks, S. Haar, J. McGuire. Miss Wilbur key club Mr. Rizzo “To initiate personal responsi¬ bility through developing initia¬ tive and leadership, to provide experience in living and working together to serve the school and community, and preparing for useful citizenship” is the theme and objective of the 1966-67 Key Club International, of which the Fort Hunt Key Club forms a part. Through active participa¬ tion in school activities, the Key Club has had a year rich in service and cooperation achieved in an atmosphere of fun and fellowship. Row 1 S. Spencer, S. Hannah, J. Malnerich, M. Dougherty, W. Battison, B. Porter, J. Shetterly, E. Holbrook, D. Oliver, W. Monday, D. James, G. Everett, T. Lumpkin, M. Cronin. Row 2 R. Williams, S. Livers, T. Harvey, M. Valdes, D. Hobart, G. Jackson, J. O ' Connor, H. Humphreys, W. Colbert, S. Weissman, D. Clark, J. Andrews, J. Purvis. 181 The over-all goal of the Future Homemakers of America is to help individuals improve per¬ sonal, family, and community living, now and in the future. The motto of F.H.A. members, “Toward New Horizons,” re¬ minds members that their contri¬ bution to home life today will influence the homes of tomorrow, that the family life of members will influence the community and the world. To achieve these challenges, the F.H.A. holds various service projects such as making garments for state hos¬ pital patients and the ever¬ present “Donut Shop”. futu homemakers Row 1 C. Moy, L. Ordoyne, B. Timberlake, S. Johnson, B. Baldwin, C. McDougall, L. Goodwin, K. Whitney, S. Calafato, M. Fruehauf. Row 2 M. Davis, M. Graves, C. Brown, P. Ray, J. Ash, R. Samuel, M. Lane, J. Cushing, L. Pluto, J. Wyatt, Row 3 C. Swedberg, K. Dunn, N. May, M. Fraley, H. Parkin, L. Hutchenson, S. Ordoyne, S. Coad, S. Rafert, P. McCurry, P. Quinn, M. Weart. Row 4 Mrs. Barton, B. Peterson, A. Tureman, S. Brinckmann, S. Windsor, R. Stewart, K, Austin, C. Vogt, B. Blyler, M. Arvan, Miss Eubanks. Row 5 J. Sommerville, K. Blake, S. Ludwig, M. DeCandio, S. Stinemates, K. Manning, R. Sullivan, D. Rogers, T. Marsh, A. Boning. Row 6 P. Lane, M. Frese, L. Sowers, E. Friis, L. Morris, E. Hudson, M. Ikarik, P. Swinbarne. Row 7 D. Houston, C. Chadsey, C. Kemp, H. Campbell, V. Hahafer, S. Burrougs. future , teachers To become the mentors of the future is the goal of the Future Teachers of America which has been very active this year in ac¬ quiring the fine points of the teaching profession. Among the projects carried out by members of FT A was teaching during lunch periods at the Waynewood Elementary School, assisting the regular teacher and gaining valuable experiment at the same time. Row 1 C. Smith, Mrs. Champan, S. Leer. Row 2 S. Mitchell, S. Hunt, R. Kelley, P. Quinn, J. Taylor, C. Goeser, M. Anderson, V. Anderson, D. Bullord. Row 3 D. Oja, S. Ludwig, L. Desell, D. Oja, B. Blyler, D. Shaunessy. 182 ■mm wammmm li Row 1 K. Brainard, M. Champan, B. Ikenberry, W. Horrell, J. Burrill. Row 2 K. Jackson, M. Ward, N. Burke, M. Miller. future nurses The FNA, which serves to acquaint its members with the vast fields of medical education, opportunities and scholarships available to them, has continued its cor¬ respondence with various nursing schools and colleges. As a group, the club visited hospital departments such as the Physical Therapy Lab at Alexandria Hospital, which helped answer questions of both personal and general natures. As for special events the club hosted an afterschool valentines day tea for the faculty and have attended Alexandria nursing school teas. The finale for this year was a trip to the D. C. Center School of Nurs¬ ing, where the FNA toured the campus and obtained new and refreshing thoughts and ideas about the nursing profession. L 183 d.e.c.a Established this year, the Fort Hunt High School Chapter of DECA, the Distributive Edu¬ cation Clubs of America, pro¬ vides leadership development through a professional organi¬ zation for Distributive Education students. The club strives to cement relationships through D. E. students between the school and the surrounding business community, giving the students a better understanding of market¬ ing, merchandising, and manage¬ ment, developing economic li¬ berty, vocational competency, leadership ability, and civic con¬ sciousness. i 1 t Row 1 Mr. Grizzard Row 2 D. Wagle, L. Jackson Row 3 D. Mowery, N. Long, N. Grazier, S. Gibson, T. Hippert, K. Langlotz, P. Krothe, R. Dibella, D. Dodge, R. Sullivan Row 4 L. Wharton, R. Bush, S. Stromack, D. Newman, L. Singletary Row 5 E. Allen, M. Lommer Row 6 L. Tollmen, D. Spears, G. Hulings. camera club With lenses clicking and flash bulbs popping, the Camera Club actively practiced the art of Photography, taking pictures of the Powder-Puff football game and the regular Varsity football games. The club is striving for a complete coverage of all spring activities, use of a new dark room, and a possible field trip to a rocket launching station. With new techniques and creative thought, the club hopes to get all Fort Hunt on film. W. Swiggard, R. Voyles, Mr. McClure, S. Ames, D. Lyons, D. Gath, H. Shulke. 184 debate club HilSt m. Row 1 L. Halbron, C. Lee, F. Brown, S. Chloupek. Row 2 A Meiselman, W. Battison, L. Pack, P. Manley, M. Manley, E Whiting, Mr. Stewart. Row 3 M. Hoover, M. Downing, G Austin, W. Ecker, M. Morrisey. The debate club has successfully represented Fort Hunt in interscholastic debate throughout the history of the school. The main goal of the team is to establish for the school a high and outstanding reputation in the field of debate which in turn contributes to the academic stand¬ ing of our school. The club offers any interested student the opportunity to become a competent debater and to test his ability in actual debates between rival schools. It equips any working individual with talents he can use for the rest of his life, for active debating teaches the or¬ ganization of ideas, the quick thinking needed under pres¬ sure and the most effective methods of communications. 185 With green and white shakers and inspiring cheers, the green jumpered Pep Club members chanted and cheered during school athletic functions, urging the Federals on to victories and spreading enthusiasm throughout the stands. The members of the Pep Club also worked through¬ out the year with the cheerleaders to exemplify deter¬ mination to win and to promote school sportsmanship a nd spirit. Row 1 K. Davey, B. Detwyler, S. Hughes, C. Vio, A. Kennedy, J. Medico, Mrs. Fourgurean. Row 2 C. Hernholm, M. Vazquez, C. Ra- posa, J. Adair, A. Boning, S. Ordoyne, S. Stinemates, S. Goad, J. Pinned. Row 3 K. Von Lewinski, D. Gillie, L. Howard, B. Martin, E. Monnen, B. Nitschke, K. Merrill. Row 4 N. Carstens, K. Damm, K. Lemacles, S. Wood, D. Dougherty, K. Cywin, D. Hagen, L. Miller. Row 5 N. Saddler, G. Solomon, M. Goddard, G. Rudd, T. Ranney, L. Atkins, R. Strickland, K. Jackson. Row 6 K. Brainard, C. Flynn, S, Arison, J. Newell, M. Weart, J. Spiller. Row 7 B. Callen, N. Carpenter, T. Costello, D. Coppa, M. DeCandio, P. Robinson. j i I pep club 186 ’ The Varsity Club is open to those boys who have earned let¬ ters in varsity sports, and is open to lettermen of all varsity activities. The purpose of the club is to en¬ courage the aspiring lettermen in Fort Hunt’s large and varied sports program, and to provide a goal for which the upcoming varsity players can aspire. Row 1 J. Purvis, J. Weathers, D. Smith, M. Cronin, G. Everett, H. Schrader, D. James, S. King, J. Goddard, R. Belknap. Row 2 M. Neuhart, W. Koons, S. Spencer, L. Roxbrough, M. Hoover, A. Smoak, S. Horn, T. Lumpkin, B. Barrett, C. Hopkins, S. Todd. varsity club 187 academy of science Row 1 T. Sheen, G. Shrader, J. Roberts, M. Suss- kind. Row 2 L. Long, S. Morrisey, J. Spry. Row 3 Mr. Vretos, R. McCrea, M. Miller, R. Mahoney, Mr. Bishop, B. Powell, S. Dodge, P. Gober, K. Smoak, N. Manley, R. Garrison. ' To the members of the newly created Academy of Science, Fort Hunt offers a fertile field in which to cultivate scientific pursuits. First among the immediate goals of the infant society is the creation of an equipped lab and science library for experiments and research by its members. In addition to individual experimen¬ tal research in the lab, the Aca¬ demy plans a series of seminars, speakers, and field trips to in¬ crease its knowledge of science. 188 Row 1 M. Valdes, E. Sakas, D. Powell, M. Susskind, J. Roberts, T. Hutto amateur radio club To members of the Amateur Radio Club the radio is some¬ thing more than an instrument of music — is an evergrow¬ ing means of communication throughout the world. Club mem¬ bers are ham radio enthusiasts, plying the world with their radio waves. rocket club Leaving a stream of greyish white smoke behind it, and with a small red flame spitting out from its rear, the miniature pro¬ jectile disappears into the sky. The members of the Rocket Club have completed another launch, one of several that they have completed this year. Rocketry, involving a lot of science and math, and entailing a lot of work and enthusiasm, is a fas¬ cination outlet for the enthusiasm of the Rocket Club. Row 1 R. McCrea, M. Houston, R. Samuel. Row 2 Mr. Champange, J. Stanaski, R. Love, C. Crow, S. Chadsey, R. Michelson, H. Beazley. 189 rifle club The Rifle Club is always on target as it successfully competes in matches with other schools and provides for its members the chance to advance along the lad¬ der of the N.R.A., The National Rifle Association, ratings. Begin¬ ning at Pro-Marksman and end¬ ing up with Distinguished Ex¬ pert, the members of the Rifle Club, learn and master the abili¬ ty to shoot. Row 1 B. O’Dell, L. Dirhan, J. Meyer. Row 2 Mr. Bonanno, K. Eltzroth, R Duke, R. Strong, F. Feeney, R. Stevens, G. Zorber, D. Timberlake, W. Masters. Row 1 A. Harvey, K. Rodgers, M. Valdes, W. Bell, W. Battison, M. Eider, M. Robinson, J. Halperin, A. Thompson, R. Brown. Row 2 B. Hockrnan, J. Haskell, R. Hobart, J. Gurski, A. Bona, C. Kin- cannon, S. Szadokierski, K. Prather, R. Helwig, T. MacDonald, S. Brown, S. Weigel, M. Horrell. sports car club 190 Dedicated to the lure of fine cars old and new, Federals organized this year the Ford Antique and Sports Car Club. The first year’s activities included several car rallies and excursions to local race tracks. After getting off to a slow start, the Club well proved the faith its founders had in it with a successful program and exploding membership. riding club The Riding Club, organized to bring together those persons in¬ terested in the fundamental prin¬ ciples and practices of horseman¬ ship and to give those persons the opportunity of excercising these principles, hopes to develop sportsmanslike behavior. The many activities of the Riding Club have included weekly rides to Woodlawn Plantation Polo Club, a field trip to the Wash¬ ington International Horse Show, the sponsoring of classes at local horse shows, the planning and sponsoring of the Riding Club’s own horse show, trips to large breeding farms in Virginia and Maryland. The Riding Club al¬ so presented panel discussions at weekly meetings and films made by the American Horse Shows Association. Row 1 J. Danyew, D. Williams, C. Sable, M. Smith, L. Dillings, S. Shumway, S. Aszman. Row 2 B. Knootz, B. Duvall, B. Barretta, A. Millikin, K. Irwin, K. Morgan, C. Olson, L. Anderson. Row 3 T. Sittle, E. King, S. Uzoff, J. Sooy, S. Ames. 191 Row 1 J. Park, J. Callahan, R. Priest, R. Chapman. Row 2 C. Frazier, E. Unger, J. Hales, W. Scruggs. Among the many things the Industrial Arts Club did this year was to take a trip to the General Motors As¬ sembly Plant. The club, open to any student interested in shop work, also turned its talents to work for Fort Hun t, making frames for the school and doing construction for the Home Ec Department. They also presented a show case on the various aspects of shopwork. industrial arts club 192 The Art Club actively works to develop and encourage aesthetic qualities and cultural explorations by Federals, working to bring the beauty and depth of art within reach of the student body, for its enlightenment and en¬ joyment. In the annual art show, students’ performances are rewarded with various prizes. Inspiration to create is thus fostered and encouraged and achievements recog¬ nized. art club Row 1 C. Goeser, M. Kilgore, N. Blakeney, K. Salo, Miss Fox. Row 2 J. Kougias, M. Danaher, H. Helton, L. de Cicco, J. • Newell. Row 1 P. Sherman, A. Page, D. Duke, D. Dougherty, M. Petroff. Row 2 S. Nazeer, W. Hous¬ ton, K. Horn, R. McKnight, K. Davey, T. Powell, S. Goldberg, L. Gehrig, C. Williams, J. Flood, M. Dorn. The Modem Dance Club is for students who seek pleasing and satisfying art forms through dance. Not disdaining the more traditional forms of dancing, but preferring the newer creations, the members of the Modern Dance Club attempt to carry out through experiment and bold interpretation the study o f modern dance. modern dance 194 In the true tradition of American folk singers, the Folk Music Club strives to pluck their guitars and preserve folk music as a facet of Fort Hunt culture. Sponsoring a hootenanny and the jugs bands, the Folk Music Club spreads its music wherever it goes. folk music Row 1 S. Oseth, R. Lyles, D. Shaunessy, P. Piper, E. Whitnig, R. Green. Row 2 R. Shawn, K. Horn, T. Ranney, N. Lavinia, B. Noce, B. Samuel. Row 3 D. Pluto, B. Giganti, T. Seaver, D. Bowman, D. Gillie, I. Martin, S. Rogers, K. Kotzebue, J. Ash, R. Obermeyer, R. Loper, R. Spears. Row 4 W. Masters, S. O’Conner, P. Webb, A. Austin, C. Vogt, J. Hines, D. Oja, D. Bowman, D. Shuck, T. Shumate, L. Morris, J. Gurski, R. Malone. 195 ski club “Think Snow” is the zesty cry of members of the Ski Club. Composed of many amateur skiers, the club makes a yearly trip in December to the Blue Knobb Mountains to perfect their ski-techniques on the slopes. Throughout the year, the Ski Club members view films, listen to lec¬ tures by professional skiers, and exchange experiences with each other. The thrills and excitement of the slope add to the Ski Club members development of better agility and coordination in skiing skills with the most fun possible. Row 1 E. Ray, C. Flyer, K. Blyler, C. Larkin, L. Montegue, S. Goldberg, M. Keniston. Row 2 B. Rowell, L. Vosloger, S. Pabst, K. Preston, S. Finlayson, T. Silva, B. Patton, J. Campbell, D. Dibella, S. Mancuso. Row 3 D. Gunderson, D. Oja, B. Gunder, R. Houston, H. Gibbon, J. Duff, J. Patton. Row 4 E. Unger, P. Sutherling, D. Woodward, R. Durna, S. Spencer, J. Farnum, C. Hudson, H. Schrader, M. Belmap, A. Hoffman, Mr. Champagne. 196 ' Row 1 B. Hadden, J. Voyles, R. Blackman, C. Moody, T. Phillips, R. Lavallee. Row 2 H. Young, C. Kemp, B. Hill, L. Outlaw, A. Pepper, C. Floyd, V. Peters, B. Scribner. Row 3 G. Hanes, S. Weisman, D. Woodward, F. Basker, B. Ray, B. Ainsley, D. Kotzenbue. Fort Hunt 70 Annandale 66 Fort Hunt 69 T. C. Williams 67 Fort Hunt 71 Dunbar 15 Fort Hunt 5 th place E. Carol. Invit. Meet Fort Hunt 31 St. Albans 64 Fort Hunt 70 Yorktown 66 Fort Hunt 3rd place St. Albans Invit. Meet Fort Hunt 53 Cardoza 42 Fort Hunt 73 O’Connell 63 Fort Hunt 49 Georgetown Prep. 45 Fort Hunt 86 Division Championship 50 Fort Hunt 42 No. Va. Championship 96 Fort Hunt 3rd place Wash. Metropolitan Champ. swim club 197 M. Petit, L. Sakas, J. Roberts, E. Obermeyer, Mr. Hessler, B. Powell. stamp and coin club Stamps are not for mailing and coins are not for spending to the enthusiasts of the Stamp and Coin Club. For these students, the collecting of stamps brings to them the unlimited horizons of the world, and the collecting of coins offers them the oppor¬ tunity of finding a rare and valuable coin in their pocket change. 198 A light pierces the dead, black night. Only it is not night, but a bright, shiny afternoon — above ground. Under¬ ground, members of the Cave Club struggle through the mazes of an Appalachian cave, later to return at sunset, tired and dirty but enthusiastic. In school, the club has held bake sales to raise money for trips, epuip- ment, and, as a new member of the National Speleologi¬ cal Society, for movies, lectures, and guest speakers. cave club Row 1 N. Riecke, S. Ames, T. Settle. Row 2 L. Kindel, R. Garrison, M. Parker, Mr. Bonanno. Row 3 M. Horrell. Wearing the dress of Elizabethan times and boasting an entertaining and varied repertoir of songs, the Fort Hunt Madrigals, comprised of seventeen seniors selected for their musical abilities, their knowledge, and their willing¬ ness to perform, appear not only at Choral Concerts, but also at various affairs in the Wastington area. The Madri¬ gals are good ambassadors for Fort Hunt, appealing to young and old alike. madrigals Row 1 D. Purvis, K. Kaniine, J. Chadsey, W. Armstrong, S. Spencer, C. Slagle, VV. Sox. Row 2 R. Brush, A. Calhoun, M. McCabe, B. Baker, J. Hubble, M. Benson, D. Thorpe, J. Ash, E. Schwartz, M. Neuhart. 200 ■Ml 1 hhmmhmi Performing in four choral con¬ certs at school and for several civic affairs, the Concert Choir, compiled of fifty selected juniors and seniors, has been extremely active in harmonizing Fort Hunt. All fifty students were auditioned and approved by the director last spring. The Choir’s main purpose is to achieve perfection in its singing, as a group and as individuals, learning better tech¬ niques of song. concert choir Row 1 C. Paige, D. Neitzey, S. Shaffer, T. Brown, P. Ray, J. Royall, V. Moore, R. Brush, J. Hubble, S. St.Clair. Row 2 M. McCabe, J. Ash, D. Thorpe, R. Sammuel, M. Neuhart, J. Clark, A. Calhoun, M. Gibson, K. Rogers, G. Yemington, E. Schwartz. Row 3 S. Shumway, E. Friis, C. McDougall, D. Yemington, C. Sgagle, W. Sax, R. Lyles, W. Armstrong, S. Spencer, D. Timber- lake, S. Bonner. Row 4 M. Benson, B. Baker, C. Thompson, C. Remsberg, J. Weathers, J. Chad- sey, D. Stearns, S. Davis, D. Purvis, C. Chapman, L. Berg. 201 boys’ quartet The Boys Quartet consists of four dedicated Seniors who meet regularly after school, devoting time and talents to singing. These four work together throughout the year becoming increasingly more practiced and proficient. Quartet: D. Stearns, R. Shawn, S. Page, C. Curry male chorus The Male Chorus, featuring the talents of boys from the 10th, 11th, and 12th grades interested in singing, provides an oppor¬ tunity for the boys to sing to¬ gether, and to have fun singing. The Male Chorus has partici¬ pated in the choral assemblies as well as in the evening concerts with the Choral Department. Only one of the many musical or¬ ganizations of Fort Hunt, the Male Chorus vocalizes well for the enjoyment of all. Row 1 B. Dell, C. Curry, J. Terrel, A. Nazeer, D. Rosenberry, B. Brown, W. Cox, B. Sampson. Row 2 M. Hall, G. Frick, B. Obermeyer, S. Page, T. Parks, D. Larsen, D. Barber, R. Grey, B. Taylor. Row 3 A. Daniels, W. Halstead, P. Mahefky, D. Norton, B. Hogden, A. Jaymes, G. Ran- son, L. Cox, J. Rosenbaum, G. Nelson. Row 4 B. Huet, G. Austin, K. Kanline, W. Kurshbom, H. Lea, R. Shawn, D. Sterns, J. Carmalt, J. Weathers, T. Howell, C. Barnett. 202 Row 1 B. McCutcheon, D. Brown, A. Jackson, D. Gillie, J. King, J. Snavely, M. Phillips, P. Miller, B. Duley, C. Murphy, B. Unangst, M. Czerwenka, S. Redd, T. Pabst. Row 2 J. Shetterly, L. Sharp, L. Wilson, M. Rockwell, J. McKinzie, M. Lowry, K. Erickson, G. Weimer, C. Mahaney, L. Wernstein, V. Skinner, G. Neigh, S. Moffatt, K. Housewright, V. Clarke. Row 3 A. Bovet, L. Hunt, B. Crump, T. Powell, K. Malnerich, P. Hutson, L. Gehrig, J. Politte, D. Conally, C. Keehn, L. Marsden, J. Adams, T. Harper, K. Beebe, K. Gilbert, J. Cadenhead, B. Fitton. Row 4 E. Baehr, T. Saum, C. Brown, L. Small. Freshman Chorus, a training class for those students who wish to pursue choral work at Fort Hunt, is the first taste of performing for freshman choralers. After the year of practice and introduction these students will be able to join the various specific choruses which Fort Hunt sponsors. freshman chorus 203 girls’ chorus The Girls’ Chorus, a select grouping of talented young ladies, provide an excellent example of the outstanding choral department at Fort Hunt High School. The Girls’ Chorus lends its talent to the public in performances which reflect the talent of Fort Hunt Students, the ex¬ cellence of our choral director, and the diversity of subject matter available to gifted students, such as those who compose this outstanding choral group. Row 1 E. Dane, B. Newman, C. Pringle, D. Hubbeling, T. Collinson, B. Hoggatt, J. Duley, K. Hatch, M. Hall, S. Vincent, N. Warfle. Row 2 M. Miller, D. Picard, D. Hanzlik, M. Benson, M. Skarra, B. Craigmile, A. Kopstein, N. Pinnel, S. Beaudet, A. Oliver. Row 3 C. Dane, S. Rafert, P. Cullen, L. Pack, M. Estes, I. Shaffer, C. Lenhardt, B. Faulkner, L. Muther, S. Wright, O. Frazier. Row 4 N. May, S. Lee, M. Manley, D. Davis, L. Johnson, L. Jones, T. DeBruler, K. Grimm, K. Phillips, I. Brown, G. Ballenger, S. St. Clair. 204 sophomore ensemble I The Sophomore Ensemble, a class as well as a performing group, is made up of Sopho¬ more girls who, after a year of preparation in the Freshman Chorus, become increasingly more accomplished. The girls perform at musical programs in¬ cluding the Christmas and spring choral concerts. Row 1 K. Merril, J. Haworth, A. Robusto, P. Pieper, R. Meiselman, A. Ladley, P. Sherman, E. Griffith, T. Marsh, K. Evans, S. Smith, D. Caseberg. Row 2 K. Hungate, A. Cloupeck, S. Myatt, K. Ichter, K. Spencer, M. Smith, C. Berg, L. Rockwell, N. Manley, C. Cockran, S. Stark. Row 3 E. Patterson, J. Woford, J. Danyew, J. Seaver, H. Waldorf, W. Hockeborn, D. McHair, D. Allen, A. Miller, D. Sigleo, L. Stebbins, R. Littig. Row 4 T. Phillips, J. Speed, K. Vonlewinski, L. Grant, B. Gilbert, C. Greene, N. Durrance, J. Dripps, E. Russell, A. Bramley, S. Henzey, B. Hill, D. Baker, L. Rusanowsky. 205 mmk concert band Ranking only behind the Symphonic Band in importance and skill is the Concert Band, which is also a regular class. Students move into the Concert Band as they learn to master their instruments. As they progress still more, students have a chance to audition for the Symphonic Band. Occasionally, the Concert Band holds joint per¬ formances with the Symphonic Band. Row 1 J. Jackson, E. Andolina, K. Brown, S. Shuck, R. Eckley, J. Brewer. Row 2 R. Hockeborn, B. Magruder, H. Hinton, J. White, S. Kinny, N. Holland, V. Maige. Row 3 J. Biehl, L. Howells, F. Sweeney, B. Gilbreth, J. Ginn, S. Ames, J. Hinton, A. Chevalier, D. Hutcheson. Row 4 T. Faulkner, D. Smith, S. Maige, P. Floyd, J. LaField, S. Yates, B. Wachendorf, B. Bird, J. Futton, S. Chadsey. Row 5 Mr. Christy, W. Gentry, R Blackman, J. Trexler, D. Hoehne, M. Yost, C. James, W. Pooton, G. Tomlinson, S. Sotera, A. Hoffman. woodwind quintet The Woodwind Quintet, an extra¬ curricular group that meets after school when it can, consists of five members, including players on the French horn, oboe, bas¬ soon, clarinet, and flute. Its five principles come from the ranks of the Symphonic Band, oc¬ casionally playing at school func¬ tions or at outside engagements. 206 MM9I Row 1 J. Madlin, P. Shelton, L. McBride. Row 2 J. Roberts, P. Schwartz, C. Fippen. Row 3 P. Vanderslvis, Mr. Christy, T. Soapes. orchestra The School Orchestra is one of very few high school orchestras in the country; a regular class, it combines members of the Sym¬ phonic Band with string instru¬ ment players, who make up the daily classes. The Orchestra has performed in school concerts, and with its excellent combination of strings, brass, percussion, and woodwinds offers Federals an or¬ chestra of which to boast. R. Bovet, R. Dempsy, S. Moriorty, H. McAleer, D. Plank. 207 m The largest and most important school band, the Symphonic Band is a class as well as a per¬ forming group with a member¬ ship by audition and merit. At a recent band festival the band played the most difficult music and got the highest rating pos¬ sible. The Symphonic Band, under the direction of Mr. Chris¬ ty, performs in all school con¬ certs. During the football games. Some members made up the Pep Band, a voluntary gesture, to play at all games. Some Sym¬ phonic Band members are also in the Dance Band and Or¬ chestra. Row 1 P. Gober, S. Neil, J. Shaw, N. Hird, B. Dempsey. Row 2 R. Boren, J. Agnew, J. Fulton, E. Kirk, M. Gibbs, S. Evans, N. Har¬ mon. Row 3 J. Howell, S. Bush, J. Beall, D. Futch, A. Hoffman, C. Bruch, H. McAleer. Row 4 A. Hopkins, R. Sorber, B. Schell, E. Patterson, D. McFarland, J. Wilson, F. Fulton, B. Holly, J. Whiteaker. Row 5 S. Sheffield, J. McDonald, F. Sherman, J. Hizer. symphonic band Row 1 R. Bovet, C. MacPherson, B. Warren, J. Ogle, D. Plank. Row 2 K. Ward, K. Cobb, B. Ward, D. Dunning, C. Maley, K. Kristoferson, D. Ofiesh. Row 3 S. Moriarty, B. Campbell, F. Campbell, P. Floyd, M. Newman, D. Harmon, J. Vitt, B. Vogt. Row 4 J. Holly, E. Knollenberg, J. Endahl, S. Greir, J. Shackleford, J. Endahl, B. St. Clair, G. Ofiesh, M. Sawyer, R. Small. Row 5 G. Ward, H. Grandineh, K. Parton, D. Hoehne. dance band Row 1 N. Harmon, P. Shuffert, J. Fulton, R. Boren, R. Warren, A. Small. Row 2 B. Schell, J. Agnew, M. Newman, J. Whiteaker, B. Holly. Row 3 E. Knollenburg, S. Greir, J. Holly, D. Harmon. The Dance Band, a small group comprises of players from both Symphonic and Concert bands, meets after school each week to practice. Playing a variety of popular, dance music, following in the footsteps of Glen Miller, the Dance Band performs at school and on its own with outside engagements. The Dance Band provided enter¬ tainment at this year’s Variety Show. 209 sports This was the autumn of the pigskin as the Federal foot¬ ball team took the title; this was the winter of hoops and hoopla as the basketball team struggled valiantly; this was the spring and summer of the track and diamond as the track team and base¬ ball team fought in com¬ petition. 211 After weeks of hard work and diligent practice, in perfect cadence and with white pom-poms flashing in the sun, the Fort Hunt Drill Team marched onto the football field early this year to open the first pep rally of the football season. The green and white clad girls of the Drill Team, Fort Hunt’s precision marching unit, per¬ formed at every home game thereafter and in various local parades throughout the year, displaying to Federals their excellent coordination and organization to create intricate maneuvers and patterns on the field. drill team But that’s alright, Alison, we can’t all be in step. Somebody’s got to help them find the field. Row 1 L. Muther co-captain. Row 2 L. Watson, C. New, H. Parkin, W. Cornwell. Row 3 C Brett, A. Page. Row 4 M. Laird, B. Faulkner, E. Chaffers, S. Harder, B. Craigmile. Row 5 V. Peters, E. Banks, B. Cravens, M. Hall, C. Brown, P. Ray, S. Haar. 214 • . $• ? Traynor, A. Ladley. Row 5 W. Harn, K. Rogers, S. Saul, J. Friend, D. Wilson, S. Parrott. Row 1 P. Cullen, A. Calhoun, A. Kinny, C. Chadsey, K. Wind¬ ham, G. Middledorf, K. Dunn. Row 2 S. Rafert, N. Warfle. Row 3 N. May, L. Greenwood co-captain, K. Christensen. Row 4 P. 215 Row 1 S. Moffat, C. Burdette, V. Ball, C. Moffat captain, P. Watts, J. Duley. Row 2 P. Keniston, J. McQuire, G. 1 l, Cushing, N. Durrance, A. Bramley. majorettes 216 i, S. Mitchell, P. The understudy. The commander reviews the troops. This year, after entertaining Federals during home-game fes¬ tivities throughout the football season, the majorettes performed at the first basketball game to open the season in a swirl of batons. Students were greeted at every home game thereafter by these active girls, who continued to display their prowess with the baton in their spirited routines. In their colorful green and white costumes and with their batons flashing in the light, the major¬ ettes do much to brighten the sports life of Fort Hunt. 217 i 218 varsity cheerleaders 0 Whitney, on your knees. Go .... Go .... Go . ... “To boost team morale” is the aim of the Varsity Cheerleaders, but the eight Varsity girls gave a big boost throughout the year to Federal spirit for its Varsity teams. Between games, the cheerleaders put up posters and banners, and sold the victory ribbons for the oncoming game. With arms and legs flying, their green and white pom-poms thrown wildly into the air, and their megaphones near at hand, the eight on the sidelines work almost as hard as the players on the field. With the pep of the Cheerleaders to spark them on, Federals cheered their teams on to victories. Lucy Berg Melanie McCabe Row 1 K. Spencer, B. Littig, S. Hicks. Row 2 C. Detwyler. Row 3 S. Parker, C. Ross, A. Sompayrac. ■ - ; -. 222 junior varsity and freshman cheerleaders While the Varsity Cheerleaders cheer the Varsity teams to victory, the Junior Varsity and Freshmen Cheer¬ leaders spark their teams on to equal heights. At each game they lend their talents and energies to boost team spirit. Off the field, the J.V. help the Varsity Cheerleaders sell victory ribbons and put up posters and banners that herald coming victory. Freshmen Cheerleaders — to the aspiring girl, but the first step to becoming Varsity — while their cheers are often lost in the Varsity and J.V. cries, chirp up loudly at the Freshmen games. Doing their best to enthuse Federals, the Junior Varsity and Frosh Cheerleaders spur their teams on to powerful victories. Row 1 C. Williams, C. Gortney, B. Shotts, D. Gunderson, S. Beall, S. Dickson. 223 Captains meet before championship game. Feuerriegel makes good extra point. Feuerriegel finds little opposition but many helping hands. 224 James calls signals for Federal’s next score. James rounds Majors to insure victory. mmsm Feds greet stray Warrior. Thus the season went. 226 227 aw r jm %. 1 i i $ w m ■ m It 0 ii I Row 1 J. Sullivan, D. Whitford, J. Goddard, B. Barrett, J. Wood, D. Purvis, C. Hopkins, A. Smoak, B. Koons, B. Fimiani, H. Schrader, .1. Weathers, L. Peterson, B. Ward. Row 2 D. James. J. Farmer, M. Herbst, R. Deranek, D. Oliver, J. Shetterly, T. Lumpkin, D. Beall, C. Franklin, B. Dripps, B. Roberts, D. Pool, R. Croom, D. Rosenberry. Row 3 T. Hertz manager, Coach Waldorf, F. Sonnabend, J. Feuerriegel co-captain, J. Malnerich, J. Andrews co-captain, K. Lott, C. Jones, B. Newman, G. McNett, B. Monday, P. Rosenbaum, K. Cook, B. Smith, P. Eckley, J. Roberts manager, J. Woodworth manager, F. Cler. Assistant coaches, James Crawley and Ron Grow. 228 varsity football Fort Hunt 34 Edison 13 Fort Hunt 33 Langley 7 Fort Hunt 33 T. C. Williams 7 Fort Hunt 6 Woodson 13 Fort Hunt 32 G. W. 6 Fort Hunt 35 Groveton 12 Fort Hunt 40 Lee 6 Fort Hunt 33 Hammond 7 Fort Hunt 13 Mt. Vernon 0 Fort Hunt 34 Wakefield 0 Coach Waldorf Little Davie hands off to Big John. % i wanamiMlrapi ! ■ ' .. 4 v ' . , - " ■» . mm . ■. Row 1 M. Cullen, J. Mills, S. Kavaljian, P. Ford, L. Thomas, N. Perkins, L. McBride, P. Krothe, E. Halbrook. Row 2 Coach Perriello, M. McCloskey, M. Loveloss, F. Medico, E. Salo, F. Wall, D. Ffoge, J. Flenderson, M. Horne, C. Hearn, G. Jackson, R. Troope. Row 3 C. Pergler, D. Norton, P. Glad, B. Neuhart T. Fix, J. Lupia, W. Otten, D. Powell, V. Simmons. Row 4 J Madland, A. Williams, D. Hudson, G. Rogers, T. Connell, L Morrison, R. Maddock, R. McCrea. junior varsity football Fort Hunt 39 Langley 0 Fort Hunt 26 Stuart 0 Fort Hunt 31 T. C. Williams 0 Fort Hunt 12 G. W. 0 Fort Hunt 6 Lee 7 Fort Hunt 6 Hammond 0 Fort Hunt 10 Edison 14 Fort Hunt 13 Mt. Vernon 6 Duncan directs defense. Coach Perriello freshman football Fort Hunt 13 Hammond 0 Fort Hunt 6 T. C. Williams 20 Fort Hunt 12 Groveton 0 Fort Hunt 13 G. W. 7 Fort Hunt 13 Mt. Vernon 0 Fort Hunt 7 Lee 0 Frosh Federals line-up for final battle. Coach King 232 Row 1 M. Hall manager, M. Phillips, B. Corey, T. Turner, B. Bielawski, M. Dewey, G. Frese, B. Bayles, N. Kougias, M. Daris, J. Woodwark, J. Hales. Row 2 D. Oliver captain, J. Murray, R. Kazangian, C. Keehn, R. Sorber, C. Lee, N. Fisher, A. Bernat, H. Mahyer, B. Herbert, M. Johnson, S. Craigmile captain. Row 3 Coach Wiley, M. Garvin, R. Richey, B. St. Clair, R. Moore, J. Simmons, P. Lewis, L. Boyd, J. Campbell, B. Connor, S. Owens, M. Hall, G. Troupe, Coach King. 233 Robinson leads Feds upward to a 60-50 win. •; ' Woodson hosts Federals at first game of the season Rich goes for a rebound in first victory over Mt. Vernon 234 235 Federals meet for last minute strategy against Hammond John Weathers gets all round competition What goes up, boys, must come down a m ■wi 236 TTt A shot above Falls Church McNett stretches for strategic basket. varsity basketball Row 1 C. Kushwa, J. Weathers, C. Segrist. Row 2 W. Monday, W. Colbert, D. Rich, L. Young. Row 3 G. McNett, N. Robinson, M. Neuhart, P. Parrish. Row 4 D. Wilson, S. Meisenheimer, H. Nylen. 238 Fort Hunt 65 Falls Church 44 Fort Hunt 70 Jefferson 65 Fort Hunt 82 Fairfax 80 Fort Hunt 80 Hammond 47 Fort Hunt 75 Mt. Vernon 72 Fort Hunt 79 Lee 61 Fort Hunt 61 G.W. 78 Fort Hunt 52 Groveton 56 Fort Hunt 51 T.C. Williams 57 Fort Hunt 60 Edison 73 Fort Hunt 71 Hammond 61 Fort Hunt 68 Mt. Vernon 54 Fort Hunt 41 Lee 73 Fort Hunt 55 G.W. 74 Fort Hunt 61 Groveton 69 Fort Hunt 37 T.C. Williams 58 Fort Hunt 28 Edison 55 Coach Manning. 239 r I junior varsity basketball Fort Hunt 30 Woodson 47 Fort Hunt 60 Falls Ch urch 50 Fort Hunt 66 West Springfield 71 Fort Hunt 41 Fairfax 33 Fort Hunt 44 Hammond 33 Fort Hunt 34 Mt, Vernon 43 Fort Hunt 47 Lee 34 Fort Hunt 30 G.W. 37 Fort Hunt 45 Groveton 33 Fort Hunt 47 T.C. Williams 51 Fort Hunt 30 Edison 47 Fort Hunt 40 Hammond 24 Fort Hunt 40 Mt. Vernon 28 Fort Hunt 51 Lee 44 Fort Hunt 37 G.W. 45 Fort Hunt 52 Groveton 58 Fort Hunt 31 T.C. Williams 56 Fort Hunt 34 Edison 40 Coach Keely 240 Row 1 M. Campbell, B. Maley, D. Frey, M. Keehn, K. Daniels, L. Lyon. Row 2 D. Morgan, C. Hearn, E. Gillooly, F. Lacey, D. Dunning. Row 3 E. Patterson, L. Gilmore, S. Robinson, J. Partiridge, J. Henderson. I I t Row 1 A. Bernat, B. Bolton, B. Demeter, C. Keen. Row 2 P. C. Niebergall, K. Richey, J. Holland, F. Feeney, R. Moore, G. Morgan, B. Bielawski, T. Turner, S. Craigmile, B. Boyd. Row 2 Wiemer. freshman basketball 242 i ’ Fort Hunt 27 T.C. Williams 71 Fort Hunt 44 Lee 34 Fort Hunt 25 Groveton 56 Fort Hunt 31 G.W. 58 Fort Hunt 40 Mt. Vernon 35 Fort Hunt 17 Edison 36 Fort Hunt 44 Hammond 43 Fort Hunt 32 Lee 33 Fort Hunt 27 Groveton 54 Coach Hartman varsity wrestling | I i Referee does push-ups while opponents wrestle. Duncan Hoge wins in final match against Hammond to go on to District Tourna¬ ment. 244 One inch to victory. Don “Swifty” Allen throws a switch on Hammond! Major loses key match to “the Cowboy” Jere Wood. 245 Ref loses head over Federal pin! Ref looks puzzled as “Tex” Purcell prepares to down Once again Federals rise above opponents. opponent. 246 Holcumb stacks opponent for victory. Captain Dwight Smith sinks an admiral. Row 1 D. Allen, B. Holcombe, D. Smith, J. King, M. Cronin. Fort Hunt 35 Jefferson 9 Fort Hunt 9 Annandale 34 Fort Hunt 31 Wakefield 17 Fort Hunt 43 G.W. 9 Fort Hunt 15 Madison 26 Fort Hunt 32 Lee 15 Fort Hunt 33 T.C. Williams 9 Fort Hunt 21 Edison 23 Fort Hunt 25 Groveton 16 Fort Hunt 27 Mt. Vernon 18 Fort Hunt 35 Hammond 15 Row 2 F. Cier, C. Burleson, J. Rogers, M. Robinson, K. Purcell. Row 3 D. Post, B. Ward, D. Hoge, J. Wood. J Coach Grow District champions: Jere Wood, Mike Cronin, Duncan Hoge. 249 mm ' ‘Ah ' junior varsity wrestling Fort Hunt 51 G.W. 3 Fort Hunt 40 Lee 6 Fort Hunt 33 T.C. Williams 20 Fort Hunt 32 Edison 17 Fort Hunt 19 Groveton 25 Fort Hunt 20 Mt. Vernon 24 Fort Hunt 31 Hammond 17 Fed works take down on Major. Russ Croom defeats Edison opponent for 7th victory. « sg v 1 C. Pikrallidas, S. Bryan, J. Smith, D. Burns, M. Temple, S. Grier. Row 3 J. Maddocks, R. Croom, P. Eckley, T. Connell, Knollenberg, D. Scatchard. Row 2 J. Everett, R. Anderson, C. Franklin, M. Loveless. Bass, T. Broughton, N. Fagge, T. Callahan, W. Cox, J. Hobbs, Dan Scatuart squares off for varsity baseball 252 Coach Colna gives pre-game instructions. 253 I : I I i i ' rmm March 31 W-L April 4 Hammond April 5 McLean April 7 Mt. Vernon April 11 Lee A U. April 14 G.W. - April 18 Groveton April 21 T.C. Williams April 25 Edison April 28 Hammond May 2 Mt. Vernon May 5 Lee May 9 G.W. May 12 Groveton May 16 T.C. Williams May 19 Edison Strike three and you’re out. It’s the pitch. Coach Colna 254 Row 1 B. Bird, R. McCuskey, P. Timmerberg. Row 2 L. Roxbrough, G. Tackson, E. Salo, J. Hembler, D. James, T. Lumpkin, B. Oliver, T. Linton. Row 3 D. Arp, T. Faulkner, Jack Sullivan sizes up pitch to . . . J. Endahl, R. Troupe, G. Everett, B. Monday, N. Robinson, J. Sullivan. . . . tie up the game! junior varsity baseball Row 1 T. Tazelar, J. Peters, D. Craigmile, T. Lonegan, D. Schell, G. Troupe, B. Greene, M. Ford, F. Lacy, T. Hobart, Larson. Row 2 N. Perkins, M. Kougias, T. Broughton, K. Dell, C. Niebergall, G. Ferris. M. Keehn, R. Moore, C. Keehn. Row 3 R. Pomeroy, W. 256 April 28 May 2 May 5 May 9 May 12 May 16 May 19 April 18 April 21 April 25 Hammond Mt. Vernon Lee G.W. Groveton T.C. Williams Edison Groveton T.C. Williams Edison Tim Lonegran bunts at batting practice. 257 field Row 1 M. Ferguson, G. McNett, O. Obert, S. Todd. Row 2 P. Rosenbaum, B. Fimiani, M. Belknap, D. Purvis, A. Floffman. Row 3 J. Weathers, R. Garvin, J. Farmer, T. Seane. Row 4 J. Fuerriegel, B. Ward, P. Eckley. 258 Bob Ward prepares to hurl discus. Gary McNett clears bars by nose. Bob Fimiani vaults to clear 11 feet. “Sly Dude” Farmer throws discus to place 2nd. track Blur Acree. I Coach Crawley. Smith passes baton to Rosenbaum for a winning 880. 260 Row 1 R. McCrea, M. Susskind, J. Weathers, C. Barnette, G. McNett, C. Moody, F. Sonnabend. Row 2 E. Acree, O. Oberg, A. Smoak, H. Schrader, B. Gleason, M. Hoover, S. Todd, J. Shetterly, M. Cronin. Row 3 T. Hertz, T. Fix, R. Russell, D. Harbert, L. Morrison, B. Roberts, K. McMaster, P. Rosenbaum, B. Michelson, K. Prather, T. Woodward, S. Farris, J. Whittaker, F. Cler. March 24-25 W-L Relays April 1 Fairfax Co. Relays April 5 T.C. Williams April 8 G.W. Relays April 12 Groveton April 19 Mt. Vernon April 22 Hammond Relays April 26 Edison April 29 Alex. Dist. Meet May 3 G.W. May 6 Fairfax Co. Meet May 10 Lee May 13 Regional Meet May 19-20 State Meet 261 Cross Country practices for District meet. Coach Kerr j ! I 262 T 1 cross country Fort Hunt 36 Edison 40 Fort Hunt 36 T. C. Williams 20 Fort Hunt 27 Mt. Vernon 30 Fort Hunt 26 Lee 42 Fort Hunt 42 Mt. Vernon 44 Fort Hunt 19 Lee 69 Fort Hunt 19 West Springfield 56 Row 1 B. Hupett, D. Harbet, S. Farris, M. Cronin, C. Moody, M. Hoover, A. Morrison, S. Weissman. 263 Coach Hinson. Greg Baker tries hard. Captain of golf team, Chip Mauldin. Row 1 B. Mueller, M. McCloskey, R. Moquin. Row 2 J. Campbell, M. Lawrence, P. Wright, J. Clark, N. Clements. April 4 Edison April 4 George Washington April 11 Lee April 11 T.C. Williams April 18 Groveton April 25 Hammond April 25 Mt. Vernon May 2 District Tournament -Af■» 265 April 3 April 6 April 13 April 17 April 20 April 24 April 27 May 2 May 4 Wakefield Hammond Groveton G.W. T.C. Williams Edison Mt. Vernon Episcopal Lee Mike Bates returns a hard spike. Coach Pattisall. 266 Larry Sakas prepares to return ball. Craig Shaw reaches. B. Porter, D. Hempstead, C. Shaw, W. Wright, M. Bates, L. Sakas, J. Allen, D. Ofeish. S tfvl 267 Row 1 A. Bernat, R. Priest, W. Meinger, J. Politte. Row 2 B. Ainslie, B. Nuester, G. Ofeish, J. Joyles. Row 3 R. Bovet, E. Lehra, J. Norton, N. Knows, P. Haig. - ■ ■ - ■ . • . 268 junior varsity tennis April 3 Wakefield April 6 Hammond April 13 Groveton April 17 G.W. April 20 T. C. Williams April 24 Edison April 27 Mt. Vernon May 2 Episcopal May 4 Lee May 8 District Tourn. ! J.V. player returns his opponent’s serve. 269 varsity hockey Fort Hunt 1 Annandale 3 Fort Hunt 3 Fairfax 0 Fort Hunt 1 West Springfield 1 Fort Hunt 2 Woodson 2 Fort Hunt 1 Falls Church 0 Fort Hunt 0 Herndon 1 Fort Hunt 0 Groveton 3 Fort Hunt 3 Edison 1 Row 1 S. Beaudet, S. Queen, H. Waldorf, C. Esposito. Row 2 Soapes, M. Morarity, D. Knight, L. Buttery, S. Dodger, Miss S. Gerhard, S. Schultz, P. Crozier, C. Warton, P. Newman, R. Roberts coach. 270 ipHHM junior varsity hockey Row 1 J. McKenzie, F. Freeman, B. Smoak, B. Blizard, J. Davis. Rafert, T. Spaine, S. Smith, J. Moore, T. Harper, C. Maley, Row 2 C. Sawyer, B. Spaine, E. Peterson, A. Sandman, C. Miss Doherty, coach. Hammond. Row 3 M. Fede manager, S. Hearth, J. Weinstein, L. Fort Hunt 0 Annandale 1 Fort Hunt 0 Fairfax 1 Fort Hunt 1 West Springfield 0 Fort Hunt 0 Woodson 5 Fort Hunt 1 Falls Church 0 Fort Hunt 0 Herndon 3 Fort Hunt 0 Groveton 2 Fort Hunt 0 Edison 0 271 girls’ varsity basketball Fort Hunt 55 Fairfax 30 Fort Hunt 56 Edison 35 Fort Hunt 41 Falls Church 16 Fort Hunt 34 Herndon 30 Fort Hunt 33 Groveton 56 Fort Hunt 36 Lee 25 Fort Hunt 50 Jefferson 46 Fort Hunt 36 McLean 31 Fort Hunt 37 Stuart 31 Fort Hunt 26 Marshall 47 Fort Hunt 40 Madison 45 Fort Hunt Mt. Vernon Miss Duncan Row 1 C. Moffat, K. Barton, P. Newman, T. Vaughn. Row 2 S. Beaudet, D. O’Keefe, J. Young, D. Houston, E. Kirk. Row 3 V. Harper, K. Kellar, C. Norton, N. Pinnell, S. Gerhart. Row 4 J. Padgett, K. Fitton. 272 Row 1 H. Waldorf, Q. Cox, N. Holland, G. Randall, V. Nelson. P. Spaine, T. Powell, S. Quant. Row 4 B. Smoak, L. Hollands- Row 2 A. Bramley, L. Deiderich, B. Hill, B. Houston, K. worth. Quant, T. Harper. Row 3 D. Sunbury, C. Brewer, E. Russell, Female Federals score a basket. Fort Hunt 11 Fairfax 12 Fort Hunt 39 Edison 7 Fort Hunt 29 Falls Church 15 Fort Hunt 27 Herndon 10 Fort Hunt 36 Groveton 17 Fort Hunt 21 Lee 22 Fort Hunt 29 Jefferson 26 Fort Hunt 19 McLean 24 Fort Hunt 12 Stuart 29 Fort Hunt 11 Marshall 33 Fort Hunt 30 Madison 26 Fort Hunt 22 Mt. Vernon 19 girls’ junior varsity basketball April 11 Lee April 13 Jefferson April 18 McLean ■ April 20 Marshall ... iB April 25 Madison . f. April 27 Stuart ... May May 9 jLt 4 Mt. Vernon Langley B w : 1 May 9 Woodson May 11 Annandale ■ Miss Dougherty, Coach i Row 1 V. Nelson, J. Pag, J. Young, S. Bovet. Row 2 S. Garhait, W. Holland, T. Territ, M. Molarity, K. Kellar. Row 3 C. Blakney, S. Ruseck, C. Moffat, P. Spain, C. Nortoi Houston. 274 Mrs. Roberts, Coach Row 1 D. Pomeroy, S. Koscuisko. Row 2 S. Choate, L. Woolshleger, H. Waldorf, P. Banks, A. Bramely, M. Vaught, N. Hird, M. Bates. Row 3 C. Sawyer, C. Arter, S. Schultz, A. Richmond, J. Cadenhead, C. Brewer, Q. Cox, G. Schmid, B. Spaine, L. Howells, B. Proctor. 276 features It is the sum total of the daily events and the single magnificent events of those special days that capture the imagination of the individu¬ al student. This year the Federals worked hard but time was set aside for en¬ joyment and there remains an expressed imprint of stu¬ dent life activity. 1 powder puff 278 I was so sure we had the ball . . . After previous years of junior domination, the Sen¬ ior girls rose up to defeat the junior girls at the Powder Puff Football game. During this game, the boys took the parts of the drill team and the cheerleaders, and the girls imitated the male ath¬ letes. It was a close game all the way, hard fought and fun for all! 279 “Hurray for Beef-A-Roni . . .!” 281 The color and excitement of football homecoming holds a “specialness” over all other student events during the year. For weeks antici¬ pations and pride are seen in the conversation of Fort Hunt students. When at last the event was completed and darkness transcended over the stadium there re¬ mained many impressions to last through the years. The crowds had experienced the night with novelty, remem¬ brance, or returning to talk of the yesterday that was. For each individual there was a different meaning but for each person the memory recalls that this is Fort Hunt High School. homecoming Happiness is sharing something special. 283 Senior Princess, Steph Kopp, escorted by Tom Harris. Senior Princess, Wendy Harn, escorted by Bruce Jenson. 284 im 9HS R4 Senior Princess, Sandy Russell, escorted by Scott Spencer. Row 1 Sherrie Hicks, Kim Spen¬ cer, Debbie Gun¬ derson. Row 2 Lyn Watson, Buffy White, Alexis Page. magazine campaign “Well, Doctor, what do you suggest we do now?” 286 The biggest financial activity of the year was the Magazine Cam¬ paign, in which all the classes competed in selling magazines to fill Fort Hunt coffers. The di- ferent classes held skits to pro¬ mote sales, and each class daily stressed the importance of bring¬ ing in the orders. Stuffed dolls and other awards were presented to zealous salesmen, and to the best salesman went a Honda motorcycle. The money earned for the school and the fun in earning it made the magazine campaign well worth the effort. “Why don’t you boys play our game? Jacks!” T “Can’t tell me he ain’t fed gud viddles!” sadie hawkins The girls caught the boys and dragged them to the altar as Marryin’ Sam p erformed the “wedding” at this year’s Sadie Hawkins Dance. The Dance fol¬ lowed a week of girl-chases-boy activity in which the boys, for a week, had the fun of playing hard-to-get. In true Dogpatch style, the Sadie Hawkins Dance was fun for both the pursuer and the pursued. 288 L’il Abner and Daisie Mae 289 I I I Well sponsored organizations help instill Christmas spirit. Christmas The Yuletide season was a full one at Fort Hunt, with a riotous swirl of activities. The Federals decked the halls with the jolly spirit of Santa Claus, with Christmas carols, and good will towards men. 290 I I In a school of 2250, the girls believe, there has to be one per¬ fect male. It is in the quest of this perfect specimen that the Tri-Hi-Y sponsored this year’s Mr. Wonderful Dance. This year’s Mr. Wonderful was Mike Decan- dio. Movies taken of Federals were shown at the dance, in which Fort Hunt’s illustrious stu¬ dents were shown at their candid best. The Tri-Hi-Y generously donated a share of the proceeds to the toothpaste campaign. mr. wonderful 292 The entertainment was so fine! HMV’- Candidates for the title of Mr. Wonderful mingle in the crowd. 293 The Senior basketball team con¬ fidently challenged the old, pot¬ bellied faculty team and were brought to a 33-32 defeat by the “codgers.” It was a close game all the way, with the lead jumping back and forth between these two teams, but finally, in the closing moments of the game, the seniors were unable to score the needed points. senior-faculty game Coach Manning shoots lay-up for faculty. 294 296 The Washington’s Day Parade, held in Alexandria on Washing¬ ton’s Birthday, was a successful one for the Fort Hunt Drill Team. After winning the pre¬ cision marching trophy for the third consecutive year, the Drill Team proudly retired the trophy for Fort Hunt. Washington’s day parade I I the exodus : W r. ... ' • I ' K ' “-t asas t , . ::[• ® ;: IP • m ' 8118 ■! , Pffejs». - 299 Mary Manley EUen Schwartz After displaying excellent scholastic achievement deserv¬ ing seniors received honorable merit. Vicki Peters Doug Woodward 300 n i m li ;«■ Si % Richard Boren Alan Holland Mike Valdes i | Lynn Greenwood and Charlie Pikrallidas Liz Whiting 301 302 science fair ■Y-v;: - - MAirri, M A ft % HIM 11 11 ||:% , 5f ®gg f gg§|| , - index Abbott, Martha . . 100, 154, 170, 178 Abbott, Wendi . 124 Acree, Nathan . 100, 261 Adair, Jared . 100, 165 Adams, Charlotte . . 100, 165, 168, 176, 180 Adams, Jeannie . 140, 203 Adams, John . 124 Adams, Mark . 100 Agersborg, Dirk . 124 Agnevv, Jeff . 140, 208, 209 Aileo, Madaline . 124 Ainslie, Bruce . 100, 268, 197 Alba, Christopher . 124 Aldridge, Eileen . 48, 168 Aldridge, Thomas .... 100, 169, 174 Alico, Virginia . 100, 155 Allan, Ann . 100, 177 Allen, David . 140 Allen, Deborah . 124, 248 Allen, Dolores . 205, 124 Alien, Hubert . 140 Allen, James . 124 Allen, John . 100, 267 Allen, Michael . 140 Almond, Toni . 124 Alston, Catherine . 100 America, Gary . 100 Ames, Linda . 100 Ames, Milton Stephen .... 140, 198, 161, 174 Anderegg, Chris . 124 Anderson, Judith . 140 Anderson, Linda Lee . 48, 180 Anderson, Mary Teresa. 48 Anderson, Michael . 100 Anderson, Nancy . 140 Anderson, Veronica.48, 178 Andolina, Edward . 140 Andresen, Ralph . 124, 251 Andrews, Jeffrey .. 48, 158, 181, 47, 228 Andrews, Thomas . 140 Anson, John . 140 Arison, Susan . 124 Armstrong, William Henry . . 200, 201, 48 Arnhart, Steven Lacy . 48, 164 Arp, Douglas . 255, 100 Arter, Caroline . 275, 124 Arvan, Mardie . 100 Ash, Joceline Louise . . 48, 195, 158, 176, 201, 200 Ashley, Kathy . 140 Ashley, Patricia . 100 Ashley, Patricia . 100 Aszman, Lois . 100 Atkins, Jesse Joseph . . 48, 154, 179 Atkins, Lora . 124, 160 Atkinson, Lawrence . 140 Austin, Kathy . 124, 195 Austin, Robert Gregory . . 48, 158, 179, 47, 202 Avery, Liddell . 124 Bach, Diane . 124 Baggett, Irving . 124 Baker, Barbara Lee . . 48, 154, 156, 180, 205, 201 Baker, Deborah . 124 Baker, Leslie Benners . 48 Baldwin, Andrew Hunter .... 49 Baldwin, Barbara . 100 Baldwin, Ellen . 140 Ballenger, Gale . 204, 100 Ballew, John . 140 Bangert, Patricia . 140 Banias, Bruce . 100, 159 Banks, Ellison ... 49, 154, 180, 214 Banks, Patricia . 275, 124 Banks, Patricia . 140 Banks, William . 100 Barber, David _ 202, 124, 179 Barentine, Stephen . 140 Baretta, Elizabeth . 140 Baring, John . 140 Barker, Frank . 101, 159, 197 Barnes, Christopher . 101 Barnett, Charles Peyton . . 49, 169, 261, 202 Barrett, Bruce Carlton .... 49, 228 Barrett, Diane Marie . 49 Barry, Brenda . 101 Barton, Karen . 272, 159 Barton, Thomas . 140 Bass, Julian Gordon . 49 Bass, William . 124, 251 Batalo, David . 140 Bates, Michael Thomas .... 49, 267 Bathurst, Darlene . 101 Battison, William James .. 49, 156, 158, 172, 176, 181 Battle, Ann . 124 Baughman, Susan . 140 Baughn, Susan Carol . 49 Bautz, Patricia . . 124, 154, 178 Bayles, George . 101 Bayles, Robert . 140, 233 Beal, Gary . 208, 101 Beall, Richard .... 101, 228, 208 Beall, Sherry . 140, 223 Beaubouef, Cassandra . 101 Beaudet, Suzanne Michelle . . 204, 49, 270 Beaudet, William . 140 Beaumont, Greg P. 49 Beazley, Hugh Alfred . 49 Beazley, David . 140 Becherer, Jean Ann .. 49, 162, 176 Becker, William . 101 Becker, William . 101 Beckwith, Sandra . 124 Bedell, Christinia . 101 Beebe, Brian . 140 Beebe, Kathleen . 203, 140 Belknap, Raymond Michael .. 258, 50 Bell, Robert Malcolm . 50 Bellfield, Caroline . 124 Bellfield, Joseph . 101 Bellfield, William Henry . 50 Benson, Marianne . . 201, 200, 204, 50 Berg, Caroline . 205, 124 Berg, Lucy Ann.... 201, 50, 224 Berger, George . 101 Bernado, Bonnie . 140 Bernat, Elaine .. 101, 166, 168, 170, 180, 268, 233 Bernat, George . 242, 140 Berres, John . 124 Berres, Peter N. 50 Berry, Marville . 101 Besbekos, John . 140 Bielawski, Robert .... 233, 140, 242 Biggs, Thomas . 124 Billings, Leslie . 140 Bircher, Lorraine . 140 Bird, Robert . 225, 101, 159 Birmingham, Stephen . 140 Bissell, Arthur . 101, 176 Black, Gary . 101 Blackman, Richard . 140, 197 Blackey, Hubert . 140 Blake, Kathleen . . 101, 155, 165, 176 Blakeney, Christine . 274, 50 Blakeney, Glenda . 140 Blakeney, Nannie .... 101, 193, 177 Blizard, Elizabeth .... 124, 176, 271 Blood, Nancy . 101 Blundon, Kenneth J. 50 Blyler, Brenda . 101, 176 Blyler, Karen . 140 Boger, Brian . 124, 160 Bogert, Cheri . 140 Boland, James . 140 Bolstad, Michael . 140 Bolton, Dave . 140, 242 Bona, Arthur . 101 Bonanno, Charles . 101, 99 Boning, Jane . 124 Bonner, Shirley . 201, 101 Booher, Lexie . 50 Boothe, Cherylann . 101 Boren, James . 101 Boren, Richard Vincent . . 50, 170, 209, 208, 301 Borman, Barbara . 140 Borum, Pamela Lee . 50, 162 Bovet, Astrid . 203, 274, 140 Bovet, Raymond . . 102, 168, 173, 168, 208 Bowen, Virginia . 140 Bowman, Deborah . 124, 195 Bowman, Deborah Carol . 50 Boyce, Richard . 102 Boyd, Lee . 140, 233, 242 Boyd, Timothy T. 50 Boyle, Jacqueline . 124 Boyles, Dickson . 102 Boyles, Susan . 124 Boynton, Evelyn Joan . 51 Bradberry, Debra . 124 Braddy, Kathryn R. 51 Brainard, Karen . 140 Bramley, Anne .. 275, 124, 273, 122, 216, 205 Brehony, Kathleen Ann. 51 Brett, Karla . . 124, 154, 163, 214 Brewer, Chris .... 275, 124, 273 Brewer, Jenny . 140 Brill, Jay . 124 Brinckmann, Susan . . 102, 159, 176 Brittingham, James . 102 Britton, Catherine . 124 Britton, Terella . 124 Brooks, Russel . 140 Broughton, Dale Harrison .... 51, 162, 180 Broughton, Tom . 256, 251 Brouns, Marcia . 140 Brown, Christine Gowing .. 51, 178, 214 Brown, Clark . 203, 140 Brown, Diana . 203, 140 Brown, Donald . 124 Brown, Donna . 125 Brown, Gary . 204, 140 Brown, Ivy Ann . 51 Brown, Keith . 141 Brown, Richard Desloge . 51 Brown, Robert . 202, 125 Brown, Steven Gary . 51 Brown, Thomas Pemberton 201, 51 Browns, Mary . 102 Bruce, Loren . 141 Bruder, Anne . 141 Bruggerman, Michael Dave .. 51, 179 Bruno, Jennifer . 102 Brush, Carolyn . 125, 208 Brush, R ichard Edwin . .201, 200, 51 Bryan, Scott . 125, 251 Bryant, Linda . 102 Brylary, Richard . 125 Buchanan, Elaine . 102 Buckley, Rebecca . 102 Buhrman, David . 125 Bullard, Elizabeth .. 174, 102, 155, 176 Bunton, Raymond . 102 Burdette, Carol . 102, 216 Burke, Nancy . 102 Burkhart, Barbara . 141 Burleson, Aaron Chris .... 51, 248 Burley, Albert . 141, 161 Burley, Ann . 125 Burley, Janet . 125 Burley, Theresa Katherine ... 51 Burnes, Cynthia . 102 Burns, David . 125, 251 Bums, Denny Lee . 51 Burns, Michael . 125 Burrill, Janet . 141 Burroughs, Sally . 125 Burroughs, Susan . 102, 159 Bush, Barbara . 141 Bush, Debbie . 141 Bush, James . 141 Bush, Kathy . 102 Bush, Robert Graham . 52 Bush, Stevenson . 141, 208 Buss, Elizabeth Ann . . 52, 162, 171 Buttery, Linda . 125, 270 Byers, Susan . 141 Byrd, Diane . 125 Cadenhead, Joy .. 275, 203, 141, 154 Calafato, Joy . 141 Calafato, Susan Barbara .... 52, 178 Caldwell, Sydney . 125, 160 Calhoun, Ann Davis . . 201, 52, 176, 215, 200 Calhoun, John . 141 Calladine, Guy . 125 Callaghan, George. 141 Callaghan, Sheri . 141 Callahan, Timothey . 125, 251 Callen, Elizabeth . 125 Camp, Marion . 52 Campbell, Heather . 102, 154 Campbell, James . 141, 233 Campbell, John . 102 Campbell, Laura . 141, 208 Campbell, Malcolm . 125, 241 Campbell, Robert Hugh .. 52, 172, 176, 208 Campbell, Susan . 125 Cantwell, Patricie . 102, 176 Cantwell, Marjorie . 141 Caporaletti, Janet . 141 Carbonell, Beatrice . 141 Card, Cheryl Elizabeth . 52 Card, Paul . 125, 174 Card, William . 141 Carlock, Craig . 141 Carlton, Joanne . 141, 175 Carmalt, John . 202, 102 Carpenter, Nancy . 141 Carotens, Nancy . 125 Carter, Demetria . 125 Carter, Jesse . 102 Carter, Louis . 125 Carter, Nanci . 125 Carry, Kathleen . 141 Casberg, Diane . 205, 125 Casberg, Susan . 141 Casberg, Thomas . 52 Castillo, Edmund C. 52 Castillo, James . 102 Caumont, Gary Francis . 52 Caumont, Susan . 141 Cavender, James . 102 Ceresi, Frank Joseph . 52 Certa, Kim . 125 Chadsey, Cindy .... 102, 176, 215 Chadsey, John Scott .. 200, 201, 52, 165 Chadsey, Scott . 141, 176 Chaffers, Elaine . 125, 214 Chamberlain, James . 141 Chambers, Stephanie Ruth ... 52 Chandler, Burton . 102 Chapman, Mary . 102 Chapman, Robert . 141 Chappel, Margaret Pagonia ... 53 Chappelear, John William ... 53 Chase, Angela Sandra . 53 Chase, Carl . 125 Chase, Nancy . 125 Chase, Ronnie . 141 304 Chase, Scott Emory . 53 Chatfield, Cheryl . 141 Chauncey, Robert . 125 Chevalier, Edmund . 141 Chevalier, Terry . 103 Chilcutt, Mary . 141 Chloupek, Amy . 125, 176 Chloupek, Sarah . 103, 155 Christensen, Andrea . 141 Christensen, Karen Lee .. 53, 215 Christmas, Linda Diane . 53 Ciocca, Margaret . 103 Cipollina, Jo Ann . 141 Clark, Charles . 103 Clark, Chloe . ' . .. 125 Clark, Deborah . 103 Clark, Douglas .. 178, 103, 181, 154 Clark, Stephen . 142 Clarke, Jane Hamilton .... 201, 54 Clarke, Victoria . 203, 142 Clay, Gary . 103 Claypool, Penny . 103, 163 Clements, Neal . 103 Cler, Frederick . 261, 103, 228, 248 Cler, Richard . 142 Cliff, Joan . 125 Coad, Shiela . 142 Cobb, Kathy . 125, 160, 208 Cobb, Patricia . 142 Cochran, Bryant . 103 Cochran, Candy . 205, 125 Colbert, Walter . . 54, 238, 168, 181 Coleman, Edward . 125 Coleman, Glenda . 142 Coleman, Joseph . 142 Coleman, Robert Eugene . . 54, 158, 168, 179 Collins, Sean . 142 Collinson, Kathleen . 103 Collinson, Priscilla Alden ... 54 Columbo, Eugene . 142 Conley, Charles Duncan . 54 Conley, Douglas .... 203, 143, 176 Connell, Tim .... 103, 251, 230 Connor, Charles . 142, 233 Constant, Douglas . 142 Cook, Kenneth . 103, 228 Coppa, Deborah . 142 Copeland, Robert . 103 Corbin, Carol . 103 Corbin, Catherine . . 103, 177, 159 Corbin, Christopher ..... ' . 125 Corbin, John . 142 Corey, Bruce . 142, 233 Corkey, Joan . 125 Corley, Ruth Ann . 54 Corn, Phillip Walter . 54 Cornwell, Wendi . 103, 214 Costello, Trudianne . 142 Couch, Patricia . 142 Courson, Bruce . 142 Covington, John . 125 Cowles, Constance . 125 Cox, Kathryn . 103 Cox, Queen . 275, 142, 273 Cox, Wayne . 202, 103 Cox, Willie . 202, 103, 251 Coxe, Linsey . 103 Crabill, Chris . 142 Crabill, Robin Lynn . 54 Craigmile, Bonnie . . 204, 103, 176, 214 Craigmile, David . . 256, 142, 233, 242 Cranford, Linda . 103 Cravens, Elizabeth Ann .. 54, 214 Cronin, Donna . 103, 163 Cronin, Linda .... 125, 162, 122 Cronin, Michael . . 248, 157, 181, 262, 125, 249, 261 Croom, William Purycar . 54 Croom, Russell . 103, 251, 228 Crowder, Marsha .... 126, 160, 162, 178 Crozier Judy . 126 Crozier, Patricia Sue . 54, 270 Crum, James Andrew . 54 Crump, Barbara . 203, 142 Culbertson, Chris . 126, 167 Cullen, Michael . 126, 230 Cullen, Patricia Ann . . 204, 54, 178, 215 Curling, Diane Minton .... 54, 176 Curling, Samuel . 142 Curry, John Joseph . 202, 54 Cushing, Joan . 103 Cushing, Patricia . 142, 216 Cushwa, Kurt . 104 Cywin, Kathleen . 142 Cywin, Stephen Allen . 55 Damm, Karen . 142 Danaher, Margaret . 142, 193 Danaher, Patrick . 126 Danaher, Timothy . 104 Dane, Clara . 204, 104 Dane, Evelyn Gale . 204, 55 D’Angelo, Mark . 104 Daniels, Andrew . 202, 126 Daniels, Kyle . 126, 241 Daniels, Marcia . 104 Danyew, John Powers . 55 Danyew, Julie . 205, 126 Daries, Stanton . 142, 233 Darter, Susan . 142 Davey, Katherine . 126, 154 Davies, Donna Joan . 204, 55 Davies, John . 126 Davis, Elizabeth J. 142 Davis, Elizabeth G. 142 Davis, Linda D. 104 Davis, Linda J. 176, 271, 104 Davis, Michael . 104, 159, 176 Davis, Paul Ford . 55 Davis, Robert Armstead . 55 Davis, Stephen . 201, 142 Davis, Stuart . 104 Davis, Vickie . 126 Davis, Willa . 126 Davis, Zena Marie . 104 Dean, Corinne . 142 DeBruler, Teena Leann .. 204, 55 DeCandio, Michael Gail . 55 DeCan dio, Michele . 142, 179 DeCicco, Lois . 126, 193 DeGraf, Gwyneth . 142 Deiderich, Lisa . 126, 273 Dell, Bruce Lloyd . 202, 55 Dell, Keith . 256, 126 Demeter, David . 142, 242 Demetroulis, Patty . 126 DeMuro, Donna . 142 DeMuro, Mark . 142 Deneke, Katherine . 104, 174 Deranek, Rick . 104, 228 Desell, Linda . 104 Detwiler, Barbara . 126 Detwyler, Carol .... 104, 159, 222 Dewey, James . 104 Dewey, Mark . 142, 233 Dewitt, Andrea . 126 Deyerle, Stephen . 126, 176 Deyerle, William Wallace ... 55 Dial, Terri . 142 Diana, Inez . 142 Dibella, Donald Sebastian .... 55 Dibella, Ronald Frank . 55 Dickson, Alexandra . 142 Dierksmeier, Debra . 142 Dillard, Ann . 142 Dillon, Wynona . 142, 176 Dirhan, Louis Albert . . 55, 157, 164 Ditta, Carol . 104, 154 Dixon, Susan . 142 Doane, Donna . 105, 155 Dodge, Diane Lynn . 55 Dodge, Sally . 105, 270 Dddson, Jeannie . 105 Doerpinghaus, Diane . 142 Doerpinhaus, Gail . 126 Donnelly, William Michael . . 56 Dorn, Martha . 142 Dorn, Mary . 105 Dougherty, Diane . 142, 161 Dougherty, Maureen Ann .... 56 Dougherty, Michael Edward . . 56, 179, 173, 181, 156, 158 Douglas, Janette . 105 Douthwaite, Lynn Ann . 56 Douthwaite, William . 142 Downie, Micheal . 56, 168 Downing, Brian Taylor . . 56, 158 Drew, Bonnie . 142 Dripps, Evelyn . 205, 105 Dripps, William Howard .. 56, 179, 228 Duff, Jeralee . 56 Duff, Sharon . 105 Duke, Deborah Ann . 56 Duke, Rande . 142 Duley, Beth . 203, 142 Duley, Jamie . 204, 105, 216 Dunan, Daniel . 142 Dunbar, John Whitson . 56 Duncan, Daniel . 126 Dundas, Linda . 126 Dunda, Richard . 105 Dunn, Charles . 126 Dunn, Kathryn . 126, 215 Dunning, David .... 126, 241, 208 Dunning, Jane . 126, 178 Dupart, Louis . 105, 159 Durall, Mark . 142 Durna, Robert Gordon .... 56, 179 Durrance, Nancy . . 205, 126, 216 Dusek, Suellen .... 56, 154, 169 Duvall, Barbara . 126 Duvall, Sarah Victoria . 56 Dwyer, Katherine . 105 Dyer, Cheryl Lynn . 57, 164 Ecker, William Michael . . 57, 156, 174, 179 Eckley, Paul .... 258, 105, 251, 228 Eckley, Roberta . 142 Edwards, Ann . 143 Edwards, Charles . 105 Einhaus, Mary . 105 Einhaus, Robert . 143 Eisen, Peter . 143 Elam, William . 126, 174 Elder, Mark Steven . 57, 156 Elliott, Frank . 143 Ellis, David . 143 Ellis, Elizabeth . 105 Ellis, Margaret . 143 Ellsworth, Robert .... 126, 169, 174 Eltzroth, Karen Lee . 57 Elvington, Linda . 143 Embrey, Russell . 105 Endahl, Jay . 105, 208 Endahl, John . 255, 105, 208 Erickson, Deborah . 105 Erickson, Keith . 203, 143 Esposito, Carolyn . . 99, 105, 159, 180, 270 Estes, Marilyn . 204, 105 Evans, Gary Kyle . 57 Evans, Kathleen . 205, 126 Evans, Nancy . 143 Evans, Richard . 105 Evans, Sharon . 143, 208 Everett, James . 126, 251 Everette, Gene Joseph . . 255, 57, 181 Ewing, Linda Rae . 57 Fagge, Norman . 143, 251 Fairhurst, Sharon Kaye . 57 Fanning, Sandra Marion .... 57 Farmer, James Joel .. 258, 57, 228 Farris, Bobbie . 105, 159 Farris, James . 143 Farris, Merrill . 143 Farris, Stephen . 261, 105, 262 Fasick, Jerald . 126 Faulkner, Barbara Jean .... 204, 57 Faulkner, Beverly . 126, 214 Faulkner, Thomas . 255, 126 Faver, Timothy . 105 Fede, David . 143, 161 Fede, Marcia . . 105, 157, 174, 271 Feeney, Forbes . 143, 242 Felices, Steven . 126 Ferguson, Mark Steven .... 258, 57 Ferguson, Rhonda . 161, 155 Fernandez, Mauricia . 106 Ferrand, Glen . 126 Ferris, Gregory . 256, 126 Feurriegel, John Karl .. 258, 57, 228 Fiegel, Terri . 143 Fiegel, Tonja . 106 Fimiani, Robert Vaughn .. 258, 57, 228 Finlayson, Steven Lee . . 57, 164, 175 Finney, Mary Grace . 58, 166 Fippen, Cheryl ., 106, 157, 168, 172 Fisher, James . 143 Fisher, Joshua . 143 Fisher, Nancy . 233, 126 Fitch, Elissa . 143 Fitton, Barbara . 203, 143 Fitton, Karen . 272, 106 Fix, Joseph . 106 Fix, Thomas . 261, 126, 230 Flakowicz, Jan . 106 Flanagan, Robert Clark . 58 Flood, Jean . 106 Floyd, Peter . 143, 208 Floyd, Sheryl . . 106, 168, 175, 176, 197 Flyer, Carol . 106, 165 Flynn, Carolyn . 126 Flynn, Kathy Theresa . 58 Foley, Thomas . 143 Folk, Nancy . 106, 170 Follmer, Roland . 143 Folsom, Debbi . 106 Ford, Michael . 256, 126 Ford, Patrick . 126, 230 Forrest, James . 58 Forrest, Jean . 143 Foster, Helen . 106 Foster, William . 106 Fotis, Linda . 143 Fotis, William . 126 Fooder, Jo Ann . 58 Fowler, Susan . 126, 154, 163 Fox, LaWanda . 106 Fraley, Martha Ann . 58 Francis, Clare . 143 Francis, Mark . 106, 177 Franklin, Charles .... 126, 251, 228 Frazier, Christopher Craig .. 58, 156, 175 Frazier, Olivia . 204, 106 Freberg, Lindsay Mark . 58 Freeman, Patricia . 127, 271 Frese, Gregory . 143, 233 Frese, Mary . 106 Frey, Douglas . 127, 241 Frey, George . 127 Frick, Gail . 143 Frick, George . 202, 127 Friend, Julia . 106, 154, 215 Friese, Nancy . 143 Friess, Debra . 143 Friis, Elaine Annette . 201, 58 Fruehauf, Marcia ........ 106, 178 Fulton, Fred . 1 3, 208 Fulton, Robert Jeff .. 58, z09, 208 Futch, Duane . 143, 208 Gaines, Robin . 106 Galentine, Byron . 106 Gallagher, Charles . 106 Garrison, Roberta . 198, 106 305 Garvey, Alyson . 106 Garvin, Michael . 233, 143 Garvin, Randolph . 258, 58 Gates, Anne . 143 Gath, Dana . 127 Gath, Deborah . 106 Gehrig, Leigh . 203, 143 Gerhard, Susan . 58, 270, 272 Gentry, William . 143 Genuario, Donna. 127 Gerlach, Judith . 143 Gibbin, Holly . 174, 106 Gibbin, Sherril . 143 Gibbs, Margaret . 127, 208 Gibbson, Lawrence Scott . 58 Gibson, Leslie . 143 Gibson, Mari Ross . 201, 59 Gibson, Michael . 107 Gidel, Robert . 143 Gigante, Alice . 124 Gilbert, Donald . 107, 168 Gilbert, Kathleen . 203, 143 Gilbert, Rebecca . 205, 127 Gilbreth, Britt . 143 Giles, Kathy . 107 Gillie, Donna . 203, 143, 195 Gillooly, Edward . 241 Gillooly, John Fallon . 59 Gilmore, Lawrence. 127, 241 Gilpin, Debra. 143 Gimelli, Carolyn . 143 Ginn, John . 143 Glad, Paul . 107, 159, 230 Glass, Cynthia . 127, 174 Glass, Kristen . 127 Glass, Mary Jo . 107 Gleason, Robert ., . 261, 127 Gober, Patricia . 107, 208 Goddard, John Richard .... 59, 228 Goddard, ' Margaret . 127 Goeser, Catherine Josephine . . 59, 193 Golbranson, Ellen . 127 Goldberg, Margarita .... 143, 161 Goldberg, Stephanie . 107 Golloday, Joan . 143 Goodwin, James Jeffries . . 59, 154 Gortney, Candance . 143, 223 Gortney, Linda . 107, 159 Goudy, Pat . 107 Graham, Louise . 127 Granahan, Donn a . 127 Grandinett, Harold . . 143, 161, 208 Grant, Lorraine . 205, 127 Graves, James Roswell . 59 Graves, James . 127 Graves, Marion . 107, 174 Gray, Richard . 127 Grazier, Nancy Eileen . 59 Greene, Carolyn . . 205, 127, 195, 160, 176 Green, Phyllis . 143 Green, Robert . 107, 157 Greenwood, Lynn Marie .. 59, 158, 170, 180, 215, 301 Greffet, Jeannine Marie . . 59, 177 Gribble, James Waldon . 59 Grier, Samuel .. 127, 251, 209, 208 Griffin, Christine . 143 Griffin, Claudia .... 176, 127, 167 Griffin, Ovalia . 127 Griffith, Earlene . 205, 127 Griggs, Deborah . 143 Griggs, Deborah . 127 Grimm, Kristen . 204, 127 Grossman, Barbara Jean . 59 Grundman, James . 107 Guerren, Marsha Ann . 59, 174 Gunderson, Debra . 143, 223 Gunn, Linda Carr . 59, 176 Gunter, Barbara . 107 Gurley, Jean . 107, 174 Gurkey, Susan . 107 Gurski, Jeffrey . 107, 195 Gussie, David . 127 Gustaves, Mimi. 107 Gyomai, Marie Helene . 59 Haar, Susan Fairfax . . 60, 166, 180, 214 Haddan, Barry . 127, 197 Hagen, Catherine Marie . 60 Hagen, Dorothy . 144 Hagen, Robert . 127 Haig, Paul . 107, 268 Haiy, Robert . 127 Halbrook, Erwin .... 107, 181, 230 Hales, John . 144, 233 Hall, Leslie Ann . 60, 178 Hall, Marjorie . 202, 107 Hall, Martinex . 144 Hall, Mary Anna . 60, 214 Hall, Mervin . 127 Hall, Michael . 144, 233 Hall, Thomas Edward . 60 Halperin, John Alexander ... 60 Halperin, Susan . 144 Halsted, Karin . 144 Halsted, William David .... 202, 60 Halvorsen, Bradley . 127 Halvorsen, Denise . 144 Halvorsen, Jane . 127 Hammond, Gayle . 127 Hammond, Mary Lou . . 107, 154, 157, 176 Hanes, Gregory Eldon .... 60, 197 Hannah, Stephen James .... 60, 181 Hanson, Judith . 144 Hanthorn, Mary Ellen . 144 Hanzlik, Deborah . 204, 107 Harbert, David _ 261, 107, 262 Harder, Nancy . 144 Harder, Susan Johanna . . 60, 154, 170, 180, 214 Hardin, Donna Marie . 60 Hargrove, Carolyn Francine .... 60 Harmon, Donald Robert .. 60, 209, 208 Harmon, Nancy . 144, 209, 208 Harn, Wendy Joanne . 60, 215 Harper, Kenneth Leon . 61 Harper, Terry .. 203, 144, 271, 273 Harper, Virginia .... 107, 272, 178 Harrell, Martin . 144 Harrell, Susan . 128 Harrell, Wands . 128 Harriman, Linda . 144 Harrison, Karen . 128 Harria, Deborah . 144 Harry, Robert . 107 Harvey, Arthur . 107, 157 Harvey, Thomas James .... 61, 181 Haskell, James . 107 Hatch, Kathryn . 204, 108 Hay, Lorin . 144 Hayden, Merri . 144 Hayes, Diana . 107 Hayes, William . 144 Hays, Christine . 144 Haywood, Ruth . 108 Haworth, June . 128 Hearn, Charles . 128, 241, 230 Hecker, Gary . 128 Heilborn, Louis Albert . 61 Heilbron, Medora . 144, 161 Hellwig, Robert . 108 Helton, Holly Ann . . 61, 193, 174 Hemler, Carl . 144 Hemler, Jeffery Frank .... 255, 61 Hempstead, John David . . 174, 61, 179, 267 Hendershot, Leslie . 144 Henderson, John .... 128, 241, 230 Henion, Nancy . 128, 160 Henry, Forrest . 128 Henry, Joan . 108 Henzey, Sheila . 205, 128, 165 Herbst, Mark George . 61, 228 Hernholm, George . 61 Hernholm, Kathe . 144 Hernholm, Susan . 128 Herring, Pamela . 128 Hertz, Kathleen . 144 Hertz, Terry . 261, 108, 228 Hesaltine, David Lee . 61 Hesaltine, Scott . 144 Hicks, Gary . 108 Hicks, Sandra . 108 Hicks, Sherrie . 128, 222 Higdon, Cheryl . 144 Hildebrand, Jackson . 144 Hill, Barbara .... 205, 127, 273, 197 Hill, Mark . 108 Hill, Tamara .. 108, 159, 176, 178 Hillis, Craig Dwight . 61 Hines, Tulia . 128, 195 Hines, Thomas Reade . 61 Hinman, Donald . 128, 155 Hinton, Harry . 128 Hinton, Jeffrey . 144 Hinz, Jeffrey . 144 Hinz, Steven . 108 Hippert, Terryl Ann . 61 Hird, Jeanne Marie . 61 Hird, Nancy . 275, 144, 208 Hix, Robert. 144 Hizer, Jill . 128, 176, 208 Hobart, David . 128, 181 Hobart, Robert. 108 Hobart, Thomas . 256, 128 Hobbs, Kathryn . 108, 163 Hobbs, Robert . 128 Hockeborn, Robin . 144 Hockebom, Wendy . 205, 108 Hockman, Barry . 144 Hockman, Bruce William . 62 Hodder, Arthur . 144 Hodgkin, Viki Ann . 62 Hoehne, Daniel .... 108, 159, 208 Hoehne, Peter . 128 Hoermann, Christine . 128 Hoermann, William . 108, 176 Hoffman, Alan Ford .. 258, 62, 208 Hoffman, Henry George . 62 Hoffman, John . 145 Hoffman, Nancy . 145 Hogan, John Henry . 62 Hogan, Nancy . 128, 155 Hoge, Duncan . . 108, 249, 248, 230 Hoggat, Barbara . 204, 108 Holcomb, Robert . 62, 248 Holcomb, William Henry . . 62, 169 Holden, Barbara . 128 Holden, Wayne . 108 Holland, Alan Howard . . 62, 168, 301 Holland, Franklin . 145 Holland, James Edward . 242 Holland, Norma . 108, 273 Holland, Robert . 145 Holland, William . 274, 160 Hollandsworth, Jeri .. 176, 145, 273 Hollenbeck, Joseph . 128 Holly, Brian . 145, 209, 208 Holly, James . 108, 209, 208 Holmes, Sherry . 128 Holmes, Susan . 128 Holston, Ann . 128 Hook, Deborah . 145 Hooper, Nancy . 129 Hoover, Martha . 145 Hoover, Micheal John . . 62, 158, 179, 262, 261 Hopkins, Allen . 129, 208 Hopkins, Charles Franklin .. 62, 228 Horn, Charles .... 145, 174, 176 Horn, Katherine .... 129, 195, 154 Horn, Micheal Deray . 62 Horn, Patricia . 145, 161 Horn, Thomas . 108 Horne, David . 108 Horne, Stephen A. 62 Horrell, Micheal Howard . 62, 198 Houck, Darlyne . 108 House, Brenda . 129 Houser, Jill . 158 Housewright, Kathy . 203, 145 Houston, Debbie .. 274, 108, 272, 156, 176 Houston, Laura . 145 Houston, Marylee . . 62, 168, 171, 180 Houston, Rebecca .... 129, 176, 273 Houston, Wilma . 129, 176 Howard, Leslie . 145 Howard, Spencer . 108 Howe, Patricia . 129 Howell, Jon . 108, 208 Howell, Thomas . 129 Howells, Ladean . 275, 145 Hower, Debbie Ellis . . 63, 168, 170, 178 Hubbeling, Debra . 145 Hubbeling, Donna Katherine .. 63 Hubbell, Franklin . 145 Hubbell, Jane . 201, 63 Hudlow, Holly Louise . 63 Hudson, Charles Ralph . 63 Hudson, Davis . 109, 230 Hudson, Eileen . 145 Hudson, Laura . 145 Huester, Bruce .... 109, 159, 176 Huff, Robert . 145 Huggins, James . 109 Huggins, Jamie Elizabeth . 63 Huggins, John . 129 Hughes, Paul . 109 Hughes, Sherry . 129, 167 Hughes, Thomas Frederick ... 63 Hughes, Stanley . 109 Hulings, Grace Ann . 63 Hullar, Shelly . 109 Humphreys, Adolph . 109, 181 Hungate, Kay . 129 Hunt, Lloyd . 178, 145 Hunt, Lois . 203, 129 Hunt, Susan H. 109 Hunt, Susan L. 109 Hunter, John . 129 Huntley, Pamela . 109 Hurst, Dee . 145, 161 Hurst, Donna . 145 Hutcheson, Dennis . 145 Hutcheson, Lynn Louise . 63 Hutson, Frank . 129 Hutson, Patricia . 203, 145 Hutto, Troy Lindsay . 63 Huyett, William . 109 Hyman, Emma Jean . 63 Hyman, Jimmy . 145 Hymann, William H. 109 Ichter, Karen . 205, 129 Ikenberry, Barbara . 109, 165 Immel, Jeffrey . 109, 154, 163 Irvin, Karen . 109 Jackson, Barbara . 109, 176 Jackson, Glenna . 145 Jackson, Gordon . . 172, 109, 230, 181 Jackson, John . 145 Jackson, Lesley . 145 Jackson, Mary Catherine . 63 Jaenicke, Carol . 109 Jaff, Eric . 109 James, Cynthia . 129 James, Edward David .... 63, 175, 228, 181, 265 Jansen, John . 110 Jarrett, Terri . 110 Jaymes, Andrew Stein .... 202, 64 Jett, Heidt . 145 Jett, Norma Heidt . 64 Jewart, Sheilah . 110 Jewel, Mark . 129 Jezl, Glenn . 129 Johnson, Bryan . 145 Johnson, Cynthia . 110 Johnson, James . 129 306 Johnson, Jennifer . 110, 155 Johnson, John . 176, 129 Johnson, Judith . 110 Johnson, Kathy . 129 Johnson, Lindy Lou . 204, 64 Johnson, Maurice . 145, 233 Johnson, Sherry . 129 Joline, Daryl . 110 Jones, Charles William ... 64, 166, 228 Jones, Kenneth Miley . 64 Jones, Lee . 204, 129 Jones, Mary Elizabeth . 64 Joseph, Nan . 145 Jowdy, Marilyn . 145, 176 Kaiser, David . 129 Kane, Mary . 145 Kanline, Kenneth Earl . . 64, 179, 200, 202 Kapec, Cheryl . 110 Kavaljian . 110, 230 Kay, Frederick M. 64 Kazanjian, Russell . 145, 233 Keatur, Nancy . 129 Keehn, Christopher . . 145, 242, 233, 256 Keehn, Michael .... 129, 241, 256 Keehn, Stephen . 65 Keen, Toni . 129 Kellar, Karen . 110, 272, 274 Kellener, Martha . 129 Keller, Naomi . 110 Kelly, Joseph A. 65 Kelly, Rosemary .... 110, 174, 175 Kemp, Cynthia . 110, 176, 197 Keniston, Margaret . 129, 216 Kennedy, Ann . 129, 163 Kennedy, Katherine Colleen . . 65 Kennedy, Mary Elizabeth .... 65 Kenney, George . 129 Kenney, Karen . 129, 155 Kenney, Susan . 129 Kenny, Patrick . 110 Kenny, Robert Joseph . 65 Kerley, James . 110 Kerzaya, John . 145 Kerzaya, Ronald . 129 Kerzaya, Stewart . 129 Kidwell, George . 145 Kilgore, Maryland, Louise .. 65, 193, 154, 156, 166 Killpack, Lawrence . 129 Kindel, Janet . 145 Kindel, Lynn . 110, 156, 198 King, Bruce Donald . 65 King, Elizabeth . 1 45 King, John . 110, 203, 248 King, Pamela . 129 King, Stephen . 110 Kinny, Alison Jean . . 65, 158, 166, 168, 173, 180, 215 Kinny, Scott . 145 Kirk, Ella Sue . 65, 272, 208 Kirschbaum, Wayne Maynard . . 65 Kissam, Gail . 110, 216 Kissam, Marie Louise . 65 Kitchen, Richard W. 65, 165 Kitchen, Robert W. 65 Kitt, Becky . 129 Kitt, Bruce . 110 Klein, Mary Lee . 145 Klein, Roy. 129 Klug, Marilyn . 129 Klug, Nancy . 110 Knight, Christopher . 66 Knight, Deborah .... 110, 166, 270 Knight, Laura . 129 Knight, Patricia . 145 Knight, Sarah . 145 Knollenberg, Eric .... 145, 208, 209 Knollenberg, Wesley .... 110, 251 Koch, Kristina . 145 Knows, Nobody . 268 Kofler, Susan Jane . 66 Koons, William Easton . . 66, 228 Koontz, Bonnie .... 129, 154, 176 Kopp, Stephanie Beth . 66 Kopstein, Alice . 110, 204 Kosciuszko, Mary . . 145, 154, 161, 275 Kotzebue, David Leon .... 66, 197 Kotzebue, Patricia . 129 Kougias, Janet, M. 66, 193 Kougias, George .... 145, 233, 256 Kozacka, Theresa . 110, 176 Kramer, John . 130 Kraul, Charles . 145 Kress, Sheila . 130 Kristoferson, Karen .. 110, 159, 208 Kristoferson, Susan . 145 Kritzar, Teri . 130, 178 Krogh, Kris . 130 Krohn, Elizabeth . 110 Krohn, Kathy . 145 Krothe, Patrick . Ill, 230 Kuebler, Steve . 145 Kuethner, Chris . 145 Kuettner, Peter . 130 Kushwa, Curt . 238 Lacey, Frank . 130, 241, 256 Ladley, Amyia . . 130, 122, 215, 205 Ladley, Herbert . 145 Lafield, Jack . Ill, 159 Laine, Molly . 66 Laird, Marjorie Elaine .... 66, 214 Laird, Richard . 130 Lamp, Barbara. 145 Lamp, Russell . 130 Lane, Frances . 145 Lane, Marilyn . 130, 174 Lane, Patricia . Ill, 165 Lane, Sterling Marie . 66 Langlotz, John . Ill Langlotz, Kenneth Eugene .... 66 Lanzisera, Lynne . 130 Lanzisera, Mauro Anthony .... 66 Larkin, Christina Louise ... 66, 164 Larkin, James . Ill Larson, Christina . Ill Larson, David . 130, 256, 202 Lauterboch, Stephen . 146 LaVallee, David . 146, 197 Lavenia, Nina . 195 Lavenia, Thomas . 130 Lawrence, Michael . 130, 160 Lawrence, Richard . 130, 176 Lawson, Flora Dennis . 66 Lea, John Herbert .... 67, 179, 202 Lea, Lois . 130 Lee, Christopher . 146, 233 Lee, Edwina . 130 Lee, James . 146 Lee, Sharon Moulds . . 67, 178, 204 Legett, Elizabeth Ann . 67 Lehrer, Edward . 130, 268 Leib, Anthony . 130 Leibold, Ericha Kristine .... 67, 164 Lemacks, Kathy . 146 Lemme, Dorothy . 146 Lemme, Fredrick . 130 Lench, Daniel. 130 Lench, John . 146 Lenhardt, Christine . Ill, 204 Lenhardt, Gail . 146 Leo, Eleanor Sarah . . 67, 168, 170, 178 Lesser, Susanne .... Ill, 171, 174 Letson, Roy Alan . 67 Levenia, Nina . 130 Lewis, Kimra . 146, 174 Lewis, Nelson . 146 Lewis, Mark . 130 Lewis, Paul . 146, 233 Lewis, Rebecca . Ill Lewis, Susan Marie . 67 Leyser, Laura . Ill Liming, Ann . Ill Linton, Terry . Ill, 255 Littig, Rebecca . 130, 222, 205 Little, Mark . 130 Livengood, Cheryl Mae . 67 Livers, Stephen C. ... 67, 158, 181 Livesay, Douglas . 130, 160 Lloyd, Karyn . Ill, 176 Lloyd, Quentin Allen . 67 Locke, John . Ill Lockett, Richard Lee . 67 Lockin, Betty . 146 Loe, Deborah Maxine .... 67, 168, 175 Loetterle, Gary . 146 Lombardi, Madeline . 146 Lommer, Michael Joseph . 67 Lommer, William . 130 Lonegran, Timothy . 130, 256 Long, Karen . Ill Long, Lynda . 130, 154 Long, Nancy Jean . 68 Loper, Rebecca . 130, 195 Lopez, Donald . 146 Lott, Kelley George . 68, 228 Love, Bruce . 146 Lovelass, Michael . 130, 251 Lovern, Jeff . 68 Lowe, Patricia . 130 Lowe, Pattricia . 146 Lowry, Marlene . 146 Lucas, Kenneth Wilder .... 68, 169 Ludwig, Sandra _ 111, 174, 176 Lumpkin, Thomas . . Ill, 181, 228, 255 Lupia, David . Ill, 179 Lupia, Jonethan . 130, 230 Lutz, Carol Anne . 68, 168 Lyke, Michele . 130, 167 Lyles, Reginald .... Ill, 195, 165 Lyles, Ronald . 130 Lyman, Eugene . 146 Lyman, Linda Marie . 68 Lyneh, Kathleen . 130 Lynch, Michael John . 68 Lynch, Patricia Ann . 68 Lyon, Lawrence . 130, 241 Lyons, Dwight . 146 Mackenzie, Alexander . 146 Macpherson, Christine .... 130, 208 Macomber, Deborah . 146 Madden, Sussannah . Ill Maddock, Jameo . 130, 251 Maddock, Robert .. 112, 165, 230 Madland, John . 130, 230 Magruder, John . 130 Magruder, Samuel . 146 Mahaley, Barbara . 112 Mahaney, Charles . 146, 203 Mahaney, Raymond . 112 Mahefky, Paul Francis .... 68, 202 Maihafer, Veronica . 112 Maixner, Christopher . 146 Maixner, Michael . 112, 171 Maley, Christine .... 130, 208, 271 Maley, Marcia . 130 Maley, Robert . 112, 241 Malnerich, Joseph .. 112, 159, 181, 228 Malnerich, Katherine .... 146, 203 Malone, Nancy . 146 Malone, Robert . 131, 195 Maloney, Dale . 146 Mancuso, Stephanie . 112, 180 Manger, Donna Jeanne . 68 Manley, Mary Martha . . 68, 156, 158, 168, 47, 173, 180, 300. 204 Manley, Nancy . 130, 205 Manley, Patricia . 112, 155 Mann, Mark . 131 Manning, Kathleen . 131 Mannon, Kathryn Ann . . 68, 175 Mansur, Lesley .... 112, 157, 165 Marge, Robert . 146 Marge, Vince . 146 Mariolis, Cheryl . 146 Marks, Sharon . 146 Marvett, Robin . 131 Marsh, Kathryn . 112, 176 Marsh, Teresa . 131, 205 Marshall, Paul . 131 Marshall, Steve . 146 Marston, Lucie . 147 Martin, Bonnie Blue . 68 Martin, Connie Sue . 68 Martin, Inge . 131, 195 Martin, Jane . 147 Martin, Judith Ann . 69 Martin, Robert . 112 Marvin, Robin . 112 Masters, Alice . 112 Masters, Susan . 131 Masters, Wright . 131, 195 Matera, Albert . 147 Mattingly, John . 112 Matthews, Kent C. 69, 169 Mattson, Laura . 112 Maulden, Hoyt Porter . 69 May, Nikii June .... 69, 215, 204- Mayer, Margaret . 131 Mayher, Herb . 147, 233 Maynard, Daniel . 131, 176 McAleer, Holden . 147, 208 McAnulty, Robert . 131 McBride, Jasper .... 112, 176, 230 McBride, Virginia . 112 McCabe, Melanie . . 69, 168, 221, 200, 201 McCarrick, Stephen . 147 McCloskey, Michael . 112, 230 McCloskey, William . 147 McClure, Grant Andrew . 69 McComas, Virginia Ann . . 69, 165, 221 McConnell, John . 112 McCrea, Richard .. 112, 168, 230, 261 McCurry, Penelope Margaret .. 69, 176 McCurry, Wilbur . 147 McCusky, M’liss .... 131, 160, 176 McCuskey, Richard . 112, 255 McCutcheon, Bonnie . 147, 203 McDonald, Christine . 112 McDonald, Debra . 147 McDonald, Joseph Paul .... 69, 208 McDonald, Michael . 112 McDonald, Rita . 147 McDonough, Betsy . 131 McDougall, Cynthis .. 112, 159, 178 McGee, Kenneth . 131 McGovern, James . 147 McGovern, Patricia Ann . 69 McHugh, Michael . 131 McHugh, Patrick . 112 Mclntruff, Edward . 112 McKeen, Karin . 113 McKenzie, Jean .... 147, 271, 203 McKenzie, Patricia Diane . 69 McKinney, Mary . 131 McKinney, Roderick . 113 McKnight, Roberta . 131, 154 McLaughlin, Suzanne . 113 McLaughlin, Sharon . 131 McMaster, Kemper . 132, 261 McNair, Diane . 132 McNeil, Scott . 132 McNett, Gary . 113, 238, 228, 261, 255 McNinch, Marilyn . 147 McQueen, Randall . 132 McQuire, Joyce Lea . 69, 216 Meadows, Susanne . 147 Medico, Fred . 113, 230 Medico, Jane Christine . . . 69, 165 Medico, Patricia . 147 Meinzer. Walter . 147, 268 Meiselman, Anne .. 113, 154, 156, 159, 176. 180, 99 Meiselman, Rancel . . 132, 160, 122, 205 Meisenheimer, Steve . 238 Melvgin, Clarence Routh . 70 307 Melugin, James . 147 Merrall, Ann . 132 Merrall, Judith. . 147 Merrick, Michael . 147 Merrill, Kay . 132. 174, 205 Meyer, John Richard . 76 Meyer, Nancy . 147 Michelson, Robert .. 132, 176, 261 Middledorf, Virginia .... 113, 215 Mihue, Carro . 132 Miles, Kathy Helen . 70 Miller, Andrea . 122 Miller, Ann . 132 Miller, Christopher . 147 Miller, Linda . 113, ' 159, 176 Miller, Lynn . 147 Miller, Marsha . 204 Miller, Paul . 147, 203 Millikin, Ann . 147 Mills, Ann . 147 Mills, John . 132, 230 Minckler, Carla . 113 Minor, Megarie . 132 Minor, Nancy Jane . 70 Misenheimer, Stephen .... 113, 238 Mitchell, John . 113 Mitchell, Pamela . 132, 160 Mitchell, Sue Ellen .. 70, 176, 216 Mobley, Jane . 147, 176 Mock, Carol . 147, 176 Mock, Craig . 113 Moffat, Kathy Jo .... 70, 272, 216, 274 Moffat, Shirley . 147, 216, 203 Mogan, Karen Ann . 70, 176 Mollenberg, Ernst . 147 Monday, William . . 133, 238, 168, 170, 181, 99, 228, 255 Monnen, Elizabeth Clayton ... 70 Monnen, Millard . 132 Monroe, Debbie . 113 Monroe, Michael . 147 Montague Laura . 132, 176 Moody, Charles .... 113, 197, 261, 262 Moomaw, Lynda . 147 Moore, Carol . 147 Moore, Jacqueline . 113 Moore, Judith . 147, 271 Moore, Marianne . 132 Moore, Patricia . 147 Moore, Richard 147, 242, 233, 256 Moore, Sally . 147 Moore, Victoria . 113, 201 Moore, Wilson Jr. 70 Moquin, Ronald . 113, 159 Moran, Jon . 132 Moretti, Marilyn . 147 Morgan, David . 113, 241, 171 Morgan, George Warren . 70 Morgan, Peter . 147, 242 Moriarity, Ann Daneille . 70 Moriarity, Marilyn .. 113, 270, 274 Moriarity, Richard . 113 Moriarty, Suzette . 113, 208 Morris, Catherine . 147 Morris, Jacqueline . 113 Morris, Linda Kay . 70, 195 Morris, Russell . 132 Morrison, Albert William . . 70, 262 Morrision, Lawrence . . 132, 230, 261 Morrissey, Michael Joseph ..71, 156, 168, 172, 176, 179 Morrissey, Sheila . . 133, 154, 171, 176 Mose, Lela Elizabeth . 71 Moure, Shirley . 113 Moure, Suzanne Lee . 71 Mouton, Leslie . 71 Mowery, Donna Clare . 71 Moy, Carolyn Lilian . 71, 178 Moyer, Michael . 147 Moysey, Doug . 147 Mueller, Bruce . 113, 168, 177 Muller, Henry . 147 Murphy, Brian . 147 Murphy, Christine . 147, 203 Murphy, Kevin . 147 Murphy, Kevin Francis . 71 Murphy, Terrence . 133 Murray, John . 147, 23 3 Muther, Carol . 147 Muther, Linda Lee .. 71, 214, 204 Myatt, Susanne Frederick . . 71, 205 Myers, Anne . 133 Myers, Leslie . 114, 178 Nakazawa, Niyako . 71 Nalls, Gary W. 71 Nance, James Lee . 71 Nankervis, Maria . . 147, 154, 155, 161, 138 Nankervis, Victoria . 114, 165, 176 Nazeer, Aftab . 202 Nazeer, Salma . 114 Neff, James . 147 Neff. Judy . 114, 176 Neigh, Gwenda . 147, 203 Neil, Dianna . 114, 174 Neitzey, Kathryn Venona .. 71, 154, 156, 178 Nelson, George . 147 Nelson, Jean . 114 Nelson, Gregory . 133, 202 Nelson, Victoria .... 114, 273, 274 Nemeth, Joan Christine . . 71, 156, 168, 173, 180 Neuhart, Bruce . 133, 230 Neuhart, Mark . . 238, 176, 179, 172, 200, 201 Neuhart, Mary Dickens . 72 Neuher, Kathy Gwen .... 72, 174 New, Carolyn .... 114, 159, 214 New, David . 147 Newell, Jane . 133, 193 Newland, Kenneth . 133 Newman, Brenda . 114, 204 Newman, Mark . 133, 209, 208 Newman, Paulette Sarah . . 72, 272, 168, 172, 175, 176, 270 Newman, William . 114, 228 Nicholson, Linda . 147 Niebergall, Chris .... 147, 242, 256 Niebergall, Robert . 133 Niemann, Don Paul . 72 Nispel, Jeffrey . 114 Nispel, Richard Laverne . 72 Nitschke, Barbara . 133 Noce, Barbara . 133, 195 Norris, Christine Jo . 72 Northington, Susan . 133 Norton, Candace Jane . .72, 272, 274 Norton, Carl . 114 Norton, Danny .... 133, 230, 202 Norton, Donald . 147 Norton, Jay . 268 Norton, Pamela . 148, 174 Norton, Williams . 148 Nylen, Howard . 114, 238 Obenschain, Richard . 114 Obermeyer, Edward . 133 Obermeyer, Robert John . . 72, 195. 174, 202 Oberst, Anne . 133, 154 O’Connell, Sarah . 133 O’Connor, Joseph .. 114, 155, 168, 172, 175, 176, 181 O ' Connor, Kathryn . 133 O’Connor, Shiela Ann . . 72, 195, 156, 168, 173, 177 O’Dell, Bruce . 72 O’Dell, Kathy . 114, 165, 177 Ofiesh, David . 114, 167, 208 O’Fiesh, Gabriel .... 133, 268, 208 Ohsiek, Deborah . 114 Oja, Deborah Ann . 72, 195 Oja, Donna . 133, 175 O’Keefe, Deanna . 144, 272 O’Keefe, Gail . 133 Old, Suzanne . 148 Oliver, Andrea Lou . 72, 204 Oliver, Donald .. 114, 159, 168, 181, 99, 228, 255 Oliver, Richard . . 148, 161, 138, 233 Olney, Ronald . 148 Olson, Charlotte . 148 Olson, Jaquelin . 114, 174 Olson, Suzanne . 133, 124 O’Malley, John F. 72, 174 O’Neil, Susan . 148 Ordoyne, Laura Louise..73, 158, 156 Ordoyne, Susan . 148 Orenge, Edward Arthur . 73 Oseyh, Stephen . 133, 195 Osteen, Michael . 148 Otten, Richard . 114, 230 Outlaw, Elizabeth . 114, 197 Owens, Margaret Lynn . 73 Owens, Scott . 148, 233 Pabst, Signe .. 114, 171, 174, 175 Pabst, Terry . 148, 174, 203 Pack, Lesley Elizabeth . . 73, 156, 168, 177, 204 Padgett, Martha Jean . 73, 272 Page, Alexis . 114, 178, 214 Page Catherine, Beverly . 73 Page, Lochin Scott . 73, 202 Paige, Cynthia . 174, 201 Paquin, Karen . 133 Park, Jerry . 114, 159 Parker, Mary . 114, 198, 176 Parker, Susannah . 133, 222 Parks, Gregory . 148 Parks, Larry Michael . 73 Parks, Terry . 133, 202 Parr, Barbara . 148 Parr, Cynthia Ann . 73, 167 Parris, Mary Candace . 73 Parrish, Phillip . 115, 238 Parrot, Stacy Linda .. 73, 170, 215 Parrott, Bictoria . 133 Partin, Benton . 133 Partin, Stuart . 148 Partridge, Gail . 115 Partridge, John . 241 Pascal, Dennis . 155 Patterson, Bradley . 133 Patterson, Brian Maxwell .. 73, 175 Patterson, Carmelita . 133 Patterson, Edwin . 133, 241 Patterson, Elizabeth Ann . 73 Patterson, Julie . 148 Patterson, Linda .. 115, 165, 168, 176, 180 Patteson, Richard E. 73, 179 Patton, Bartlett . 133, 174 Patton, John . 115 Peele, Carol . 115 Pence, James . 133 Pendergraft, Gary . 148 Pendergraft, Timothy . 115 Pendleton, Jan . 133 Penny, Eric . 148 Penzkofer, Carol Lee . 73 Pepper, Elizabeth. 133 Pepper, James . 115, 197 Percival, Jonathan B.74, 166 Percival, Sarah . 148 Pergler, Charles . 133, 230 Perkins, Nicholas .... 133, 230, 256 Perriello, David . 148 Peters, James . 133, 176, 256 Peters, Victoria Ann .. 74, 158, 168, 173, 197, 47, 214 Peterson, Barbara .. 115, 156, 159, 163 Peterson, David . 115 Peterson, Elaine . 148, 271 Peterson, James R. 74 Peterson, Louis Mikkelsin . . 74, 228 Peterson, Ronald . 171, 115 Petit. Michael . 133 Petkoff, Gregory . 148 Petroff, Martha . 148 Petrini, Mary . 133 Petteway, Alphonso . 148 Petteway, Gwendolyn .... 176, 115 Phifer, Jerry . 115, 179 Phillips, Devon . 115 Phillips, Kathryn _ 115, 168, 204 Philips, Valerie . 115 Phillips, Mark .... 148, 233, 203 Phillips, Pamela . 148 Phillips, Susan . 148 Phillips, Terri . 133, 197, 205 Philopena, Robert Lathrop .... 74 Philopena, Thomas . 148 Picard, Albert . 148 Picard, Donna Marie . . 74, 166, 180, 204 Picard, Kathleen . 133 Pieper, Paige . 133 Pieper, Phillip . 115, 195, 205 Pierce, Barbara Jean . 74 Pierce, Dana . 115 Pierce, Joyce . 148 Pierpoint, Becky . 148 Pierpoint, Catherine . 133 Pierson, Douglas . 115 Pikrallidas, Charles E. ... 74, 301 Pikrallidas, Chris . 133, 251 Pinnell, Joan . 134, 167 Pinnell, Nancy Raghild..74, 272, 204 Pister, Gregory Lee . 74 Pistor, Terry . 134 Plank, Douglas . U5 Platz, Adrian . H5 Platz, Patricia . H5 Plisko, Alan Leonard . 74 Pluto, Dianna . 115, 163, 195 Pluto, Laura . 148 Politte, John . 148, 203, 268 Pomeroy, Diane ..148, 155, 161, 275 Pomeroy, Robert . 134, 256 Pool, Dennis . H5, 228 Portaluppi, Charles James .... 74 Portaluppi, Jane . 148 Porter, Brian Foster . . 74, 155, 181, 264 Post, David . 115, 248 Potter, Sharon . U5 Pooton, William . 148 Powell, David . 116, 230 Powell, Janice . 148 Powell, Jerry . 134 Powell, John . 134 Powell, Marguerite . 149 Powell, Tracy . 149, 273, 203 Powers, Mart . 115 Powers, Michael . 116 Prather, Kent . 116, 261 Preston, James . 149 Preston, Kathleen . 116 Preston, Nancy.134, 173, 175 Priest, Patricia . 116 Priest, Royce . 149, 268 Pringle, Cheryl . 116, 204 Proctor, Bonnie, Louise .... 74, 275 Pruitt, Connie . 134 Pumphrey, Deborah . 149 Purcell, Kirk . 116, 248 Purcell, Linda . 116 , 159, 176 Purvis, Joseph, David . .75, 181, 200, 201, 228, 258 Quant, Catherine .. 116, 273, 176, 177 Quant, Susan . 149, 273 Quinn, Margaret . 134 Quinn, Patricia . 134 Queen, Frank . 149 Queen, Sara Margaret . . 75, 168, 270 Quinn. William . 134 Rabun, Kathleen . 149 Rae, Thomas . 149 Rae, William . 134 Rafert, Linda. 134, 271 308 Rafert, Sue Ann .. 75, 168, 176, 215, 204 Randall, Gale . 149 Randall, George . 116, 273 Ranney, Teresa .... 134, 160, 195 Ranson, Eugene . 134, 202 Raposa, Cathy Lynn . 75 Rattan, Nancy Pratt . 75 Raulin, Leslie . 134 Rauscher, Donna . 116 Ray, Elizabeth .. 117, 156, 174, 175, 171, 197 Ray, Patricia Ann .... 75, 158, 170, 180, 214, 201 Ray, Sandra Lee . 75 Raymond, Douglas . 149 Rayner, David . 117 Read, Catherine . 149 Readyhough, Catherine . 117 Readyhough, Christine . 149 Recker, Frederick Eugene .... 76 Redd, Sandra . 149, 203 Reed, Judith . 134 Reed, Rose . 134 Reese, Lynn . 149 Remsberg, Calvin .... 117, 175, 201 Reniker, Sherry . 117, 154 Resch, John Joseph . 76 Rettgers, Bonnie . 149, 161 Rettig, Clifford . 149 Rhodarmer, Roger . 117 Rhodarmer, Susan . 117 Rich, Gayle . 134 Rich, James Daniel . 76, 238 Richey, Ronnie . 149, 242 Richmond, Anne . 134, 275 Richmond, Melvin . 149 Ricker, Margaret . 134 Ridgely, Robert . 149 Ricke, Norbert . 117, 198, 176 Rigsbee, Douglas . 149 Ringwald, Gary . 117 Ringwald, Mary Ann . 149 Riply, Robert . 117, 165 Ritchey, Christine Bevel . 76 Ritchey, Paul . 134 Ritter, Sharon . 149 Rivard, Lorraine . 149 Rivard, Patricia Lynn . 76 Road, Stephen . 149 Roberson, Steve . 134 Roberts, James . 134, 228 Roberts, Williams M. .. 76, 223, 261 Robertson, Deborah Dean 6 76, 17s, 156, 168, 221 Robertson, Shawn Ann . 76 Robinson, Jimmy Boyd . 76 Robinson, Leilani . 149 Robinson, Michael Francis ..76, 248 Robinson, Neil . . 76, 238, 165, 255 Robinson, Patricia . 134, 155 Robinson, Stephen .. 117, 241, 165 Robusto, Anita . 134, 205 Robusto, Francis . 134 Rockwell, Linda .... 134, 160, 205 Rockwell, Peggy . 149 Rodgers, George . 117, 230 Rogers, Debra . 134 Rogers, James Alvin . 76, 248 Rogers, John. 149 Rogers, Karen Ann .... 76, 215, 201 Rogers, Kenneth Carroll . 77 Rogers, Susan . 134, 195 Rollins, Bonita Lynn . 77 Rosati, Lisa . 134 Rose, Bruce . 117 Rose, Maria . 134, 168 Rosekranz, Eloyse . 134 Rosenbaum, James Richard ..77, 202 Rosenbaum, Paul .. 117, 173, 228, 261, 258 Rosenberry, Don . 228, 202 Ross, Carol . . 117, 154, 165, 178, 222 Ross, Donna . 149 Ross, Glenda . 149 Rothman, Dorothy . 117, 180 Rothwell, John . 134 Rothwell, Linda Marie . 77 Rowell, Barbara . 117, 176 Rowell, Patricia . 134 Roxbrough, Lee Kemp .... 77, 255 Royall, John Thomas .. 77, 154, 201 Rudd, Gary . 149 Rudd, Gayle . 134 Rudd. Gordon . 117 Rusan, Tina . 117 Rush, Constance . 134 Russell, Elaine .. 134, 273, 122, 205 Russell, Karen Lynn . 77 Russell, Dristine . 117 Russell, Robert . 134, 261 Russell, Sandra .. 77, 158, 162, 180, 220 Ryther, Susan . 149 Ryu, Ray . 149 Sabel, Claudia . 149, 174 Sabel, Linda . 135 Saddler, Nikki . 135 Sakas, Daniel . 149 Sakas, Edward Lawrence .. 77, 154, 156, 267 Saliga, Stanley . 117 Salo, Eric. 117, 230, 255 Salo, Karen Lee .... 77, 193, 165 Samuel, Rebecca Lynn .... 77, 201 Samuel, Robert Allen . 77, 195 Sandman, Anne . 177, 271 Sandman, Sally . 135 Santschi, Susan . 135 Saul, John . 135 Saul, Susan . 77, 215 Savage, Deirdre . 135, 154, 165 Sawyer. Carolyn .... 135, 271, 275 Sawyer, Mark . 149, 208 Sawyer, Stephen . 149 Sax, William Van Dyck . . 77, 179, 201 Scatchard, Daniel . 135, 251 Scatchard, Sandra . 174, 176 Schell, Wiley . 135 Schell, William .. 117, 209, 208, 256 Schinlever, Boyd . 117 Schmid, Janet . 135 Schmid, Joseph . 135, 176 Schmid, Virginia Earnest . . 78, 275 Schrader, Gary . 135 Schrader, Henry Carl . . 78, 158, 288, 261 Schrantz, Kathryn . 149 Schrantz, Rosemary . 117 Schreier, Carl . 149 Schreier, William . 118 Schubert, Donald . 149 Schuck, Donna . 135, 174, 195 Schuck, George Irvin . 78, 164 Schuck, Susan . 149 Schuette, Kenneth . 174 Schuffert, Pamela . 149 Schulherr, Anne . 118 Schulke, Herbert . 118 Schultz, Sherryl .... 135, 270, 275 Schwartz, Ellen Judith . . 78, 168, 173, 180, 200, 201, 300 Schwartz, Phillip . 149 Scott, Sandra . 135 Scott, Thomas . 149 Scribner, Barbara . 135, 197 Scruggs, William . 118 Seaver, Joan .. 135, 167, 195, 205 Sedberry, Sandy . 135, 161 Seddon, Carol . 135 Segrist, Charles G. 78, 238, 165 Seguin, Francis Eugene . 78 Selby, Cynthia . 135 Sepper, Gregory . 135, 174 Sepper, Stephanie Ann . 78 Sert, David Russell . 78 Settle, Thomas. 149, 198 Shackelford, James. 135, 208 Shaffer, Jewell Margaret . . 78, 204 Shaffer, Suzanne . 78, 201 Shaffer, Terry . 149 Shahinian, Dean . 149 Sharp, Linda . 149, 176, 203 Shaunessy, Donna Lee . . 78, 195, 155, 156, 171 Shaw, Janet . 135, 208 Shaw, Jo Ann . 149 Shaw, Nancy . 149 Shaw, Richard . 118, 276 Sherman, Fred . 118, 208 Sherman, Patricia . 135, 205 Shetterly, Jane . 149 Shetterly, John .. 118, 168, 170, 181, 228, 261 Sheya, Joseph Karl . 79 Sheya, Pamela . 135, 174 Shipman, Linda Ann . 79 Shores, Gregg . 149 Shorts, Eugene . 149 Shotts, Beverly . 149, 223 Shumate, Jo . 135, 195 Shumway, Sarah .... 118, 176, 201 Sibley, Carol . 118, 159, 176 Sizleo, Deborah Lucille . . 79, 164, 205 Silva, Theodore . 135 Simmons, Edwin . 149 Simmons, James .... 150, 161, 233 Simmons, Vernon . 118, 230 Singhass, Linda . 135 Skarra, Mary . 118, 204 Skinner, Valentine . 150, 203 Skinner, William George . 79 Slagle, Carl Warren . . 79, 200, 201 Slagle, Scott . 135 Smith, Anita . 135 Smith, Ann e . 135 Smith, Catherine . 118 Smith, Constance . 135 Smith, David . 150 Smith, Dean . 150 Smith, Delores . 136 Smith, Donovan Francis . 79 Smith, Dwight Gordon .. 79, 248, 179, 47 Smith, Gayle . 150 Smith, Jeffrey . 150 Smith, Joel . 150, 251 Smith, Malinda . 136, 205 Smith, Mark . 150 Smith, Mark . 136 Smith, Marsha . 150 Smith, Michael . 136 Smith, Sandra . 118 Smith, Susanne . 136, 205 Smith, Stanley . 150 Smith, Timothy . 150 Smith, William . 118, 228 Smoak, Andrew Warren .. 79, 228, 261 Smoak, Bonnie . 136, 273, 271 Snavely, Charles . 136 Snavely, Joan . 118, 204 Snavely, John . 150, 176 Snavely, Kathleen Elizabeth .... 79 Snider, Gary . 150 Snow, Harrison .,. 136 Snyder, Maxine . 136 Snyder, Valerie . 118 Soapes, Rose . 118, 159, 270 Soapes, Thomas . 136 Solomon, Gayle . 150 Sommerville, Jane . 118 Sompayrac, Annette . 136, 222 Sompayrac, Carol Marie . . 79, 178, 220 Sonnabend, Frank .. 118, 228, 261 Sooy, Jane Rawlings . . 79, 168, 170 Sooy, William . 118 Sorber, Frederick .... 150, 208, 233 Sorber, Gary . 118 Sotera, Steven James . 79 Sowers, Linda . 118, 174 Spaine, Patricia ..136, 273, 271, 274 Spaine, Rebecca .... 150, 271, 275 Spaine, Richard Dennis . 79 Spaulding, Roberta . 136 Speakman, Patricia . 136 Spears, D’aun M. 80 Spears, Richard . 119, 195 Spears, Simms . 136 Speed, Joanne . 80, 205 Spencer, Kimberly . . 136, 222, 205 Spencer, Linda . 119 Spencer, Scott . . 80, 168, 181, 200, 201 Spiller, Jane . 150 Spittle, Gerald . 136 Spotswood, Robert . 150, 176 Spotswood, William . 136 Spry, James . 119 Squires, John . 150 St. Clair, Robert _ 150, 208, 233 St. Clair, Sharon . . 119, 204, 201 Stanaski, Elizabeth . 136 Stanaski, Jan Stanley.80, 174 Stanaski, Jeanne . 150 Stark, Pamela Helen . 80 Stark, Susan . 136, 173, 205 Starkey, Fred . 150 Starkey, Susan . 136 Stearns, Duncan Gibbons . . 80, 202, 201 Stebbins, Lynne . 136, 205 Stedman, Cindy Jo .... 80, 166, 178 Steele, Cathy Dean . . 80, 168, 165, 300 Stephens, Larry . 136, 176 Stephens, Richard . 119, 177 Steward, Elizabeth . 80, 154 Stewart, Marcus . 150 Stimso, Charles . 136 Stinemates, Sandy . 150 Stockdale, Grant . 150 Stoeppelworth, Laura . 136 Stokes, Thomas . 150 Stoller, Stephen Paul . 80 Stone, Thomas . 150 Stout, Susan . 80 Stowell, Ronald . 136 Strayhorne, Robert James .... 80 Stromak, Carol . 150 Stromak, Susan Lois . 80 Strong, Robert . 119 Struder, Jane . 119, 176 Stuart, Clevie . 136 Suiter, Margaret . 135 Sullivan, John Donley ..80, 228, 225 Sullivan, Maureen . 136 Sunbury, Deborah . 150, 273 Sunder, Charleen Louise . 81 Sunder, Gail . 119, 162, 176 Susskind, Michael . 119, 261 Sutherling, Philip Charles .... 81 Sutley, Robert . 150 Svendsen, Lance . 150 Svendsen, Randy . 119 Swavely, Cynthia . 136 Swedberg, Cindy . 150 Swedberg, Cindy . 150 Swedberg, Karen Lee . 81, 174 Sweitzer, David Leonard . 81 Swiggard, William .... 150, 161, 138 Swinburme, Margaret . 150 Sylvester, Kathleen Nelson .... 81, 155, 168, 180 Symmes, Rebecca . 150, 176 Symmes, Mary Harriss ..81, 166, 113 Szabo, Terry . 136 Szczutkowski, Deborah . 150 Szadokierski, Stephen Roland . 81 Tabarini, Paula . 150 Tadsen, Wayne . 136 Tallinan, Carol . 150 Tankersley, Jane . 150, 161 Tate, Marianne . 81 Tate, Robert . 150 Taylor, Barbara . 150 Taylor, Jane . 119, 165 309 Taylor, Robert . 119, 202 Taylor, Wisenta . 136 Teal, Chavis . 119 Temple, Donald . 119, 174 Temple, Robert . 150, 251 Temple, William . 119 Tenney, Alan . 150 Tenney, Leon Walter . 81 Terrell, James . 136, 202 Terry, James . 136 Thomas, Cheryl . 136 Thomas, Gail . 150 Thomas, Lloyd . 137, 230 Thomas, Sally . 150 Thomas, Susan . 150 Thomas, Vincent Allen . 81 Thompson, Alan Wayne . 81 Thompson, Joyce . 150 Thompson, Penny . 137, 178 Thompson, Clifford . 119, 201 Thorpe, Deborah Ann . . 81, 200, 201 Thorpe, Pam . 137 Thorsen, James . 137 Thorsen, Lyndl . 150 Timberlake, Beverly . 119, 165 Timberlake, Diana . 119, 201 Timberlake, Madeline Maephea ..81, 158, 178 Timmerberg, Paul . 119, 255 Tisdale, Todd . 150 Titus, Laurie . 150 Thacik, Mary . 150 Tobias, Ronnie Dudley . 82 Todd, Stuart . . 120, 159, 179, 261 Tomlinson, Gary . 150 Tompkins, Stephen . 120 Traynor, Priscilla Alden . . 82, 166, 180, 215 Trevillian, Kevin . 150 Trexler, James Huthison . 82 Trexler, John . 137 Tringal, Mary Ann . 82 Triplett, Martha .. 120, 155, 165, 174 Troupe, Greg . 150, 233, 256 Troupe, Randall . 120, 230, 255 Trum, Herman . 120 Tureman, Catherine . . 120, 176, 159 Turner, Richard . 137 Turner, Thomas. 150, 242, 233 Twombly, Ellen . 151 Unangst, Alan Kiefer . 82 Unangst, Barbara . 151, 203 Unger, Edward . 120, 156, 157 Unger, Jo Ann . 82, 154 Urban, Susan Michelle . 82 Uzoff, Suzanne . 151 Valdes, Michael Edward . . 82, 155, 181, 301 Valdes, Steve . 151 Valiante, Leo . 151 Vancleave, Chris . 120, 169 VanCleve, Peter . 151 Vandersluis, John . 151 Varner, Janice Ann . 82, 175 Vasconcellos, Teresa . 137 Vaughen, Christina . 120, 272 Vaughen, William . 137 Vaught, Mary .. 151, 275 Vazquez, Margaret . 151 Via, Cheryl . 120 Vincent, Deborah . 137, 160 Vincent, John . 120 Vincent, Sharon Valores . 82 Vincent, Stephanie . 137 Vitt, James . 151, 208 Vogt, Carolyn . 137, 195 Vogt, William . 151, 208 VonLewinski, Katherine ... 137, 205 Voth, Michael . 137 Voyles, James . 120 Voyles, Robert . 151, 161, 197 Wachendorf, Miles . 151 Walchon, Charles . 151 Waldorf, Helen .... 137, 273, 157, 270, 275, 205 Waldron, Deborah Ann . . 82, 156, 164 Wall, Frederick . 120, 230 Wallace, Linda . 151 Walters, Elizabeth Jean .... 82, 168 Walther, Sally . 137 Ward, Beatrice .... 1. .51, 248, 208 Ward, George . 120, 168, 208 Ward, Karen . 137, 208 Ward, Maura . 120 Ward, Robert . 137 Ward, Robert Everett ..82, 228, 258 Warden, Thomas . 120 Ware, Keith Lincoln . 83 Ware, Pamela . 137 Warfle, Nancey Dianne . . 83, 215, 204 Warren, Robert ..120, 168, 173, 209, 208 Wasson, Gordon . 137 Watkins, Patricia . 120 Watson, Linda . 120, 173 Watson, Lyn .... 120, 154, 168, 214 Watts, Pamela . 137, 216 Waugh, Cheryl . 120, 159, 174 Weart, Margaret . 137 Weathers, John Henry .... 83, 238, 228, 261, 258, 202, 201 Webb, Lincoln Putnam .... 83, 179, 170 Webb, Linda . 120 Webb, Penny . 120, 195 Webber, Thomas . 83 Webster, Kim . 120 Weed, Wendy . 151 Weidenhamer, Carol . 151, 176 Weigel, Bruce . 137 Weigel, Stephen Russell . 83 Weinstein, Janis . 120, 180 Weinstein, Linda .... 151, 271, 203 Weissenborn, Sheryl . 137 Weissman, Steven Larry . . 83, 181, 197, 262 Weitz, Arthur . 137, 165 Welch, Regina . 137 Wells, Rigena Faye . . 83, 156, 168, 170 Weston, Stephanie . 151 Westover, Wendall . 120 Wharton, John . 151 Wharton, Lewis W. 83 Wheatley, Ellwood . 151 Wheaton, Martha . 121 White, Ann . 121 White, Ann W. 12, 12 White, Elizabeth . 151, 138 White, John Fisher . 83 White, Margaret . 151 White, Valena . 137 Whiteaker, James . . 134, 166, 209, 208, 261 Whitford, Max David . 83, 228 Whiting, Elizabeth Dulang . .83, 195, 168, 173, 301 Whitley, Dudley . 121 Whitney, Kay Ellen ... 83, 178, 221 Whitson, Rebecca . 121 Wiemer, Garth . 151, 242 Wiemer, Janice . 137 Wilbourne, James . 137 Wilkens, Sharon . 137 Wilkerson, Diane . 121 Wilkerson, Michael . 151 Williams, Aubrey . 137, 230 Williams, Cheryl Ann . 83 Williams, Cristinia . 151, 223 Wilkes, James . 137 Williams, Evelyn Louise .... 84, 169 Williams, Harriett . 151 Williams, Robert Grey . 84 Williams, Wendy . 121, 159 Williamson, Richard .. 121, 159, 181 Willoughby, Debbie Kay ... 84, 168 Wills, Ralph Alan . 84 Wilson, David . 121, 238 Wilson, Deborah . 121, 215 Wilson, Jack . 121 Wilson, John . 137, 208 Wilson, Laura . 151, 203 Wilson, Stephen . 121 Windham, Deanna Kay . . 162, 178, 215, 84 Windham, Linda . 137 Windsor, Glenn . 137 Windsor, Sandra .... 121, 176, 180 Witherow, Patricia Ruth . 84 Wittig, Edwin . 151 Witting, William . 137, 173 Woford, Cheryl . 151, 161 Woford, Janis . 121, 168, 205 Wojtanowski, Jack Fitzgerald ... 84 Wolfen, John . 137 Wondergem, Glen . 121 Wondergem, Terry . 151 Wood, Jere Franklin .... 249, 84, 248, 154, 228 Wood, Ronald Everett . 84, 179 Wood, Susan . 151 Woodward, Douglas Cameron ... 84, 158, 168, 172, 175, 176, 179, 197, 300 Woodward, Jeffrey . 151, 233 Woodward, Timothy . 121, 261 Woodworth, John . 137, 228 Woolley, Joseph . 121 Woolley, Walter Christopher ... 84 Worden, Debra . 151 Worthington, Patricia . 121 Worthy, Drew Francis . 84 Wright, Jimmy . 151 Wright, Linda. 121 Wright, Philip . 121, 177 Wright, Syliva Ann .84, 204 Wright, Thomas . 151 Wright, William Rufus..84, 166, 267 Wyatt, Judith Ann . 85 Wyatt, William . 121, 267 Yates, Stephen . 137 Ydeen, Susan . 121 Yemington, David . 85, 201 Yemington, Gail . 121 York, Richard Hamilton . 85 Yost, Marshall . 137 Y oung, Heather ..121, 156, 176, 180, 197 Young, Jane . 85, 272 Young, Jefferson . 121 Young, Kenneth . 85 Young, Larry . 238 Young, Paul . 151 Zepernick, Robert . 137 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