Franklin Regional High School - Quill Yearbook (Murrysville, PA)

 - Class of 1967

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Not only has he been a faithful teacher for sixteen years, but as our head sponsor, he lent a helping hand in all of our class projects. He never failed, as Quill advisor, to correct and guide the editors when need be. In his spare time, Mr. "Was.', headed the science department and coached our rifle-team. Burma liughesa Miss Hughes, an English teacher, we remember mostly as the patient director of our play, Father ofthe Bride. She's the one who screamed at us and then fi- nally enjoyed with us the efforts of much hard work. Under her direction, the play was probably one of the best at Franklin. with lhmtks . . . The will to serve is an important aspect of one's character. Our principal, John A. Swa- cus, has shown this important quality to Franklin School District for twenty years, not only as an administrator but also as a teacher, coach, and friend. He has stressed to the students the importance of a good educa- tion and has taught us to be worthy of the opportunity to continue our education. It is appropriate that we thank him for all he has done and express out hopes that he has re- ceived much satisfaction from his term of service. Mr. Swacus receives plaque for his term of service Mrs. Swacusg Mr. Davis, Mr. Swacus's principalg Mr. Swaois Qlanhihs Every man carries two wallets, one before and one behind, and both full of Hlulrs. But the one behind is full of his own. Thus it happens that men are blind to their own faults, but never lose sight of their neighbors. "Know thyself!" "We hope our friefmfv .fee Ibn! we have fbmigea' allbozzgb we may .ftill have our ffzlzltff' 1 "L'f'7 'E ,fa 1' xl., I 0 Ni r, - 355 . , ,.' x , ' X -QE 'vb Q' Y. si J tv . 99 l I Cv- X 3' s vf l.1'N I0 , V A 'iq 4? X 1 fiffffi' , , 2 -. ' ji Uu- u "-Qf' ,S 'D L.. N: X Q"6 J, ,49- f gf? Q I , A , - .,--f' ,. . .. - ,,,....-: v-f I 'x Ill' Hi I X32 ,F v 9- x Q v-f EM 7 r tai.. S. 4 f--n A YE? , 4 A 'f S. A I I A 1'- ,.. Q? gms' F s E Q 5 At Franklin 4 bg , 'aixxi L -IE! '. ii X 5 fl 1 " f' : ' If ' n-n e P "" ' 1 ag S K . V , 551 4 . Uiigzfvflew E' Q. V X L We Learned To Look at Ourselves -r l.1 X e il E "ffl g ff-"- We Learned From Gt er Experiences Competition Performing Before Others And Thinking x f X XX rl' Taking Responsibilities rl' Nl' Q1 . . To Prepare for Adult Activities 9.19533 20 4 v Sentara A woodcutter came into the forest one day to demand of the trees that they give him a handle for his axe. It seemed a small demand for so great an enemy, and it was decided that the woodcutter might have his way. But all the trees refused to let themselves be sacrificed for the purposeg until finally the plain, poor little ash was told to give itself up for the handle. No sooner had the woodcut- ter fitted his ash handle, than the trees began to lay about him on all sides, and one after another the great trees fell. Then the oak shook its head .md said to the cedar, "If we had not sacrificed our little neighbor, we would still be safe for ages to come." "Stand together, or fall separately? Our class rpirit made all ou rprojects ruccerjul gm! memorable. .1 , 'Ivj . d M Q , ,irq i 'lf' ll ll i ,V ,lllli ff Class History Clntrr ofirerr - Ron Ankeney, Vice Pres: Paul Bruning, Pres.g John Ferguson, Sec.-Treas. Graduation, symbolizing the climax of our high school days, terminates a most cherished phase of our formative years. For the Class of '67 this milestone has become a reality. Our years at Franklin Regional have passed quickly and the fond memories which they re- call are still vivid. We entered the senior high school, after being the leaders in the junior high, only to find ourselves lost in a maze of upperclassmen. Under the leadership of Bob Trabucco, Ron Ankeney, and Lee Frazier we soon found ourselves with a spirit of belonging. This spirit made our beret sales and our Valentine dance 'Carousel of Hearts' profitable. The year was high- lighted by the traditional sophomore trip to Gettys- burg. 22 Our junior year was a busy one. Following tradi- tion it was our responsibility to organize the prom. Through the sale of pizza at basketball games, toy ani- mals, and our successful play "The Mouse That Roared", our funds soared. Spring arrived, and the Junior-Senior prom "Camelot" was staged. For the first time in Franklin's History, the prom became a profitable entetprize. As we entered our last year at Franklin, again led by our president Paul Bruning, we realized that it would involve both work and fun. After having two very successful dances our original "Trapo" at Thanksgiv- ing, and our dreamy "Toyland" at Christmas and a fun packed play, "Father of the Briden, our class funds were stable. We all eagerly awaited the many memo- rable senior festivities and the Washington trip. F 1, 1, Ns Z 4. 5 Chu: Spawonf - Mr. XVhipkcy, Mr. Bowers, Miss Galbrearh, Mr. Nelson, Miss Galbrcath, Mr. Nelson, Mr. Wnskoskic, Head Sponsor lg S . f ffl ft V 2 fi, T? 'Q if ,Xl l 5 .. 2 , ' .IL i 1 z - 3 i Lift I ,. r , 4 E i l 4 f Ig LAWRENCE ADAMS "Larry" Shuttcrbug . . . obscquious . . . pleasant. BEST ARTISTS Charlie Werner Verna Beilstein jACK FROST DAVID ALLSHOUSE KAREN SUE ALTMAN XVILLIAM ANDERSON "Dave" "Kate" "XY!illie" Crackcrjack drummer . . . speed demon . , . Abundant with freckles . , . amicable . . . Dcbonait. . .charming smile. . .appreciates Rainbow boy. sunny disposition. a pretty girl. 24 1 . i i , . . . f 3 2- '- . 1 . X . V 1 5 Q 5 5 , ' l F Q ' ' .5 . 1 Wu Li fx zu- . 2 , j " 1 l 5 l 1 1 A2 1 5 5 ' Q E - 3 4 1 l f RONALD XYIAYNE ANKENEY "Ron" to one girl. MOST DEPENDABLE jane Rehnborg Rich Daly DORTHY AND THE WIZARD OF OZ All-arounfl athlete . . . good looking . . . nrmchccl PA-1-MCM ANZUR THQIMAS ARDISSQN MARY ANN ATKINSON Hpuf- "Tom" "Marv Annu , Aminblc . . . :altruistic . . . lair trtsscs. 5rd period munclicr , , . sports enthusiast , . . Scffnc - ' - modest ' - A Sincere- fricn dly. 25 EDXVARD BALOGA llEdl' Mcchntnicallv minded . . . auto enthus- iast . . . good looking. SUSAN IRENE BARNHART "Sue" Gorgeous blue eyes . . . agile . . . ski fiend. VERNA MARIE BEILSTEIN "Vcm" Individualist . . . proficient with it pal- ate . . . considcmtc. MARGARET ELLEN BELAK npcgaywv Exceptional linguist . , . nimble with Ll tliimblc , , , competent. f V A 1 l jAMES GUY BASSETT ..Guy., Equestrian . . . llirtatious . . . funlov- ing. LINDA SUE BECK "Linda" Gentle , , . sweet , . , blue-eyed blonde. DONNA LEE BELL Sparkling blue eyes . . . stylish wardrobe . . . subtle elegance. BILL BELL A ring to his name . . . gifted tennis player . . , good naturcd. JAMES BORTZ ajim.. Casual attitude . . . witty . . . affable. JAMES M. BOYCE Him" Accident prone . . . congenial . . . per- suasive. NANCY BENTE "Nance" Enthusiastic personality . . . coordina tion plus . . . sophisticated appearance. SUSAN BIRDSEYEA "Sue" Peaches'and-crcxm complexion . . golden tresses . . . genrcel. 27 KAREN BRAUN "Karen" Artistic . . . alluring voice . . . appeal- ing. BARRY JAMES BROOME "Buba" Sweeping good looks . . . sensitive . . charmer. JAMES BURNS ..Jim.. Loner . , . curly hair . . . Florida bound LINDA MARIE BUSH "Linda" Elfin . . . lots of zip . . . cheerful. 'ipv ARMIN PAUL BRUNING "Paul" Natural, . . tempcrmental . . . reliable RICHARD BRUCE BULLOCK "Rick" Humorous . , . pleasant disposition . . bashful. KENNETH JOSEPH BUZZARD "Buzz" Sarcnstic . . . comical . . . murh whiz. LAVVRENCE CAIN "Larry" Baseball star . . . reserved . . . quiet. DENIS CARTER "Denis" Earnest . . . inquiring . , . placid. ROY CAVADA "Moro1'c.ulc" Burly . . . rural . . . unconccrncd, N XVAYNE ALLEN CALDER "XV:1ynr:" Delighrtully delinquent . . . grcgarious . . . jovial. EDXVARD JOSEPH CALISTI "Bone" Rugged good looks . . . bmwny . . . en- tcrrnining. fQ ' CHARLES E, CHIZMAR "Charlie" Cnr buff. . . casual . . . urbanc BEST MUSICIANS Wendy Lovcday jim Winters PIED PIPERS DAVID C. CHISNELL CAROL ANN CHRISTOPHER JOHN C. CLENDENIN "Dave" "Carol" fl- C." Happy-go-luclq' . . , aftlrblc . , . sharp shuorcr. Chestnut hair . , . serene . . . warm hcmcd. Cynifrll . . . historian . . . keeps his C001 BEST ACTORS Cary Spear Gary Grubich RAPUNZEL AND THE IWOODSAIAN LUCILLE CORDNER .tl-UQ... Cheerful disposition . . . pixic . . . fragile beauty DEBORAH CORNA JAMES CORNA JOHN COURTER "DCbbiC" "jim" '1I0ltn" Snuq' . . . radiating smile . . . cftbrvesccnt. Disc spinner . . . self-confident . . . shuns Shy 1 D . dl-camcf, A Conservative, school work. 3l ' ROBERT CZYZEXVSKI "Bob" lrrascible , . . nonchalnnt . . . rebel- lious. PRISCILLA DAKIN "Pris" Enthusiastic cheerleader . . . good driver . . . ambularionisr, HELEN LOUISE DAVIS "Helen" Calm . . . pleasant . . . dedicated. MARK ANTHONY DEANE "Mark" Class clown . . . engaging personality . , . surler look. LYNNE DALY "Lynne" Truly sincere . . . graceful . . . candid RICHARD DALY "Rich" Unlimited potential . . . comedian . . ambitious. JOSEPH DEARDEN "joe" Considcrate . . . nimrod . . . compla- cent look. DONNA DELCOTTO "Donna" Delights in cliicnncry . , . vibrant per- sonality . . . culinzuy genius. DEBORAH JEAN DEMAR "Debbic" Tnlcntcd vocalist . . . stately . . . deli- cate beauty. DAVID DEMARIO "Dave" Czar lovcr . . . dimples . . , hucolic. RENEE A. DELISSIO HRCUCC.. Chic. . .quiet friendliness. . .tranquil SUZANNE ELIZABETH DELISSIO "Sue" Poised . . . well-groomed . . . likeable CHARLES DIETRICH "Clinrlie" One of many . . . wiry . . . wnrmlicart cd. JAMES DRNJEVICH "jim" Sports-minded. . sociable. . .spirited il' F' YM A A NANCY EARLL "Nancy" Scintillating eyes . . . pcrt . . . mischie- VOUX SUE EGLOFF "BCC Bop" Sincere . . . ardent . . . cnmnmdcrist. CLAUDIA L. DUFF "Claudia" Slender . . . astute . . . humorous. THOMAS XV. DURBIN "Tom" Another Bartlett , . . interested in ers . . . lanky. oth 'IACQUELIN ELKiN 'jackie' Reserved . . . comely . . . depemhble. MARY LOU EMMANUEL ffzsmfy Lou" Genteel .. . adept at acrobarics .. cure. KY, ,IUDITH FOIGHT njudy.. Inlecrious laugh . . . lllSlIlOI'I conscious . . . captivating lools. BONNIE FOLINO "Bonnie" Harlequin . . . uninhibited . . . skillful srenogmpher. JOHN FERGUSON Hemp'- Unruffled . . . lrmkly. . . lluid motion XVILLIAM FINLEY "Bill" Good-nnrured . . . joker . . . brawny. LELAND RICHARD FRAZIER HBGH., Mun of the links . . . nonchnlxmr . . . bruin. CLASS LEADERS Par Katana Paul Bruning KING AND QUEEN OF HEARTS E 2 l BARBARA FUNK LYNDA A. GEARY VVILLIAM GEBROSKY "Barb" "Gees" "Bill" Horse woman. , . pmcrical joker. . . ncstllct- Pcrky panthcrerte. . .sparkling eyes. . .will- Easy Going . . . prankstcr . . . Bair haired ic. owy blonde. 36 ' A! 2 El fl 5 , 6 i I GLENN GEIGER "Glenn" Good-looking . . . devilish . . . man-of the world CUTEST COUPLE Ron Ankeney Lenore Lavrich BEAUTY AND THE BEAST JOHN GEIGER RONALD GLUNT GREGORY GOLDEN "john" I K "Ron" "Gregg" Mr. SPCCIT' . . - Curly m2ll1C - - - minikin- Gunner suave . . . bonu fide. Attentive . . . gentlemen . . . bzishful. 37 NANCY LYNNE GORTON "N1mcy"' Carefree smile . . . non-conformist . . never stntys. KAREN LOUISE GRANTZ "Karen" Fancy twirler. . . bright smile . . . con- sidemtc. .IOHN GARY GRUBICH "Gary" Warm personality . . , it mad scientist . . . compassionate. BECKY LOU HAHN "Beclq"' Shorthand whiz . . . helpful . , . petite. -Ni! au, Q.-rs' JOHN GRINDLE "john" Fast on his feet . . . Don juan . , . un- predictable. RONALD E, GRINDLE "Ron" Friendly smile . . . Snrdis patriot courteous. X T A DAVID HARRIS "Dave" High aspirations smooth "mod" look. ALBERTA CURRY HILL nAlu Versatile . . . creative . . . super stress. SCZIITI- W an RUTH HODSON "Ruth" Creative writer. . frolicking, . . complexion. JOHN HOMCE "john" Laconic. , .perennial sun tam . . . :mt grin. ruddy pleas- K 5 Q' sxaf 'ii K 'sa ,ix A ti- K JEFFERY L. HILL "Bud" Pmctiml joker , . . impish .. . lon haired. PATRICIA C. HILL upilffyu True blue . . . petite . . . sprite. ALLAN HOOPER NM.. Droll . . . outgoing . , , slecpish good looks. JEANE HOOVER "jenna" Spanish Auguist . . . tlaxcn tresses. , . forever cloodling. KATHY HOUSTON "Kathy" Rcticent . . . responsible . . . luminous eyes. .IAY HOXVARD allay.. Prrrnmour of basketball . . . laughing eyes . . . soft spoken. t RAYMOND HOOVER "R:1y" Astute scholar . . . southem druwl . always a gentleman. DEBORAH JEAN HORNYAK "Debbie" U Shy tenebrous trcsscs .. . sharp dresser. sf l ROGER HOXVELLb "Buzz" Casanova . . . sharp dresser , undcn inbly handsome. CANDACE HUDAR "Candace" One ofa pair . . . fragile . . tnmmim Nb' CHRISTINE ,IOBE " Bu bblcs' Exrravngnnr hnirdos . . . wild gyunons . . . extensive wardrobe. BEVERLY JONES "Bw" Bubbling personality . . , fun- hnir which crowns the head. KATHY ANN KARAS "Kathy" Rcbcllious . . . husky voim . , . the natuml look llg 1152 'I lf? g A EE ll! 1 I ,4 ll is ' li' 2,2 x 1 I, gl l I I 5 Q I i BEST DRESSED Roger Howells Sue Delissio CINDERELLA AND PRINCE CHARMING PATRICIA ANNE KATANA "Parry" Homemaker . . . class lender . , dependable. 42 ,L I 1 7,39 INIARGARET ANN KEITH KEVIN KELLY "Peggy" "KEVIN, Efncicnr director , . h ggigly Pgrgonified V I . TIIC IX'IOCl look . . . Irish good IOOICS . . . 'ln slick wirh li scick. Orher Sandy Nelson. ii ii 5. .R I . J .2 if ROBERT N. KEMERER tfB0bW Laughing blue eyes . . . aggressive catcher . . . heavy set. BEST DANCERS Debbie Coma Bob Trabucco SUGAR PLUM FAIRY RICHARD KESLAR JAMES R. KILPATRICK HARRY E. KLAUS "Dick" 'Jimn "Harry" Distinctive . . . abscntminded . . . gunner. Frecklcd . . . sturdy . . . wavy hair. HCfry . . . tip-top tenor . . . rosy cheeks. 43 KATHY KOLMER "Kathy" Flaming locks . . . gmccful diver , . . sports perfectionist. REBECCA KOSMATINE "Becky" Natural blush . . . portrait ofa South- ern belle . . . decided future. ND' 'bi' " 'L' Yfyfggi CRAIG KREISER "Craig" Sex appeal . . . practical leer , . . the Green Hornet, CARL KREJDOVSKY "Carl" Grctt white hunter . . . :mother Sandy Koufax . . . towering. 3' 5 , LINDA KOCH UGA "Chooch" Understanding . . . a smile that bright- ens the face . , . excitable. GERALD KOSIC "-lefty" Obviously cute . . . cffervescent . . . good sport. - i ' 1 ELAINE KUZNIK "Elaine" Quiet. . . neat . . . friendly. LINDA LAKE "Linda" Boy crazy . , . saucy blonde . . . home economist, N-dl? 'yd' iid" f' MICHAEL LQCUYER "Mike" Tull. dark, :md handsomc . . . deep mel- low voice. MICHELLE LCCUYER "Michelle" Natural beauty . . . flair for singing . . . captivating charm. LENORE LAVRICK "I1:norC" Beauty queen angelic thc swinger. MARY ANN LAWRENCE "Mary Ann" Nimhlc fingers . . . Nordic appearance . . . sunny smile. NP: in.- DAVID C. LEXVIS "Dave" Husky . . . that concerned look . . . hair haired. CYNTHIA ANN LICHTENFELS "Cindy" Sincere , . . art room dwcller . . . hon- CS C. XVENDY CHERYL LOVEDAY "XVendy" Expremive eyes . . . attmctwe . . . attec- ' tionare. JOHN PJLUCEY "Pm" Architectural genius. . intelligent. . . luminous eyes. BRUCE H. LIVENGOOD "Bruce" The man with the horn . . .gallant . . smooth personality. MARLYN JEAN LONGWELL "Marlyn" W, i Dainty . . . future chemist . . . conge' ninl. N me MARY ELIZABETH LUKOXWSKI "Mary" Aspiring tcachcr. . . hair which crowns the haul . girl golfer. JOHN M. LYNCH "john" Adept on the dance floor . . . distin- guished speech . . . has a mind for tig- urss. RICHARD J. MCGINLEY "Rich" Masculine . . . daunrlcss . . . pleasant humor. KATI-ll.EEN ELIZABETH MCHUGH "Kathy" Energy in action . . . innocent gray eyes . . . coquctrc at heart. Cllr .44 JOHN C. MCCAGUE "john" Tmck star . . . maniac on wheels booming voice. ROBERT A. McCoLLUM ..B0b., Always has a snappy comeback . . lite . . . easy manner. 'i l 'i 3 i T. TERRY NCKAY "Tcrry" Quick wit . . . happy gmppler. . . whimsical smile. MOST ATHLETIC Ron Ankenet jane Miller PAUL BUNYAN AND BABE M MARY MARGARET MCTIGUE 'IULIANA MAHOY ROSE MARIE MARHEFKY "Micky" "Juliana" "ROSS" Sweet smile . . . original haiirdos . . . sharp Ever understanding , , . gm-cnc 100115 . , , Quiet , . .saucy lirrlc reid head. . ,friendly ' car. trusting. 48 I 7 . 1 E 1 Q A Ai E 3 k i 1 A DENNIS j. MARINELLI h "Dennis" Tim's man . . . alert attitude . . , keen-witted CLASS FLIRTS Alan Reeves Kathy McHugh LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD AND THE WOLF XVILLIAM A. MARSHALL RANDY scorr MARTS LLOYD THOMAS MAsToRov1cH "mir "Rimdy'- "Tome lmpish grin . . . guiding influence . . .glil-L Libvrall , , . florist . . , Aspiring bioiogist. Towering . . . clown . . . gregarious, DONNA JEAN MATHAY "Donna" Cascading blonde locks , . , serene blue eyes . . . complacent. SHARON METZELAAR "Sharon" Creative chairman . . . demolition driv- er . . . nutty neecller. JANE L. MILLER "jane" "Annie Oakley" , . . naturally athletic . . . accomplished trumpeter. NANCY LOUISE MILLIGAN "Nancy" Homemaker of tomorrow . . . good- humored . . . comic characterizations. DONNA ALYCE MEYER "Donna" Velvety complexion .. . aglow with friendliness , . . irresistable charm, DAVID MILLER "Dave" Quiet but heard. . .curly hair. . .vehi- cle devotee. Q l LORRAINE MOLOCZONIK "Lorraine" Enchanting eyes . . . chamelon . .. stray expressions. GARY XV. MOORE UGMY ., Provacative smile . . . All American boy , . . sophistimted. MICHAEL A. NEMANIC "Mike" Cassainovu. . .lust for life. . .collegiate nppenmnce. ALAN OLLIVER "Alan" Concerned look . . . Cuban heels . . . wavy hair. NANCY MOORE IlNanCyII Future wife . . . cheerful waitress pensive expression. DAVID JAMES NAGLE "Dave" Gridiron hero Mr. Freckle shuns the spotlight. PAUL ORGAVAN "Paul" Bashful . . . latin looks . , . Lain, JAN oiuus .. m.. VUelcomc waiter. . .resonant voice. . . independent, EDVVARD PASS "Ed" Terrific Tooxer . . . perfect gentleman . . , clever conductor. DOUGLAS PENROD "Doug" Unnbnslieul . . . sincere gaze . , .uncon- ce med. ALBERT OSLOSKY "Al" "Soulful eyes" . . . jolly . . . helpful GAIL OVTOOLE "Gail" Rebellious . . . sprite . . . liincy-free. JUDITH PERSIN "Judy" Aspiring secretary . . . beguiling smile . . , competent student. ROBERTA PERRY "Roberta" Ducks through doorways . . . eager bm- vcr . . . unaffected simplicity RAYNIOND PHILLIPS "my" Friendly Flirt . . . good fbotwork . . . willing to help. RAYMOND PETTED "Ray" Heroic historian . . . innocent look. . . cool. XVILLIAM PFAU "Bill" Road runner . . , Florida tan , . . pen sive look. SHIRLEY ELMA PHILKOS "Shirley" Pleasant-nziturcd . . , stcidfamt . . laughing eyes. 1 sy. Y 5 1 i s l l l if RAYMOND A. PILZ ..Ray., Anchors aweigh . . . future pharmacist . . .genial BEST LOOKING Michelle LeCuyer Barry Broome SLEEPING BEAUTY AND HER PRINCE -IUDITH ANN 'PISONE BLAIR T. POLHAMUS GLORIA JEAN PONS "judy" "Blair" "Gloria', lnquisitive mind. . .rising journalist . . ,af- 'Murrysvillite . . . chipper , . . co-operative. Long blxck hair . . . fnnq' nylons . . . lan- tixblc. guorous. 54 MOST MISCHIEVOUS jeff Hill Cissie Russel PANDORXVS BOX ELAINE PORCZAK "Elaine" Ethereal beauty. . . scaruesque. . . conversational ist. l CYNTHIA LEE RADFORD DANIEL A. RAMALEY ALICE RAMBO Ncindyl' "Dan" "Alice" Quiet charm . , A fhg.bL-grey , , , cbulliem, Slot car racer . . . evasive . . . takes life gs it Piquam nose . . . eager . , . our-going, comes. 55 ALAN REEVES NAI., Outgoing friendliness . . . earnest . . COl'lVll'lCll'!g OTIIIOI' SARAH JANE REHNBORG "jane" Versatile . . . outgoing personality . . smart sixlesgirl. LORRBJNE JUNE RESTAURI "Pizon" Keen sense ofhumor. . .girlgolfen . effervescent charm. RUSSELL A. RESTAURI "Russell" Quibbler . . , sententious . . . dimdent, HENRY REMIC "Henry" XX'iry . . . discriminative . . . serious de mmnor. LINDA LEE REMIC "Linda" Active accompanist . . . fair hair . . . al ways smiling. EDXWARD RIDDLE rtEdn Small but powerful . . . whimsical look . . . considerate. EDXVIN RIDOUT "Edwin" Ven' British . . . sroclw . . . lv:1dl0rfSr ranger. EDITH M. RUBRIGHT "Edie" Flaming locks . . . "Careful" driver the l2xrmcr's dnuglncr. GLORIA LOUISE RUBRIGHT "Gloria" Bells in thc future . . . cltin . . . clmccr- ful outlook. MICHAEL ROBBIE "Mike" Numuriorl chest . . . tongue talk . , . lmlizln good looks. DAVID ROBERTS "Dave Skilled strummcr . . . scientifically rnimlul . . . Stones' Em, 261 ,401-is. I 1 LLL R 11' BRENDA RUDD "Brenda" Tempcstuous . . , bliick eyes . . . industrial librari- RD. BEST DRIVERS Priscilla Dzikin john Geiger THE HARE AND THE TORTOISE E"?i.C"'.2"7x - '- 1 ' ' f - i g?'+s'1?2, v V. - y n ' ' rf YV , ,E l i 1 i li ii E 'lx .il V I xx' i 1 I I Xifbvxi T X - i .i CARL NWILLIAM RUEBEL LEO A. RUOF - MADELYN RUSSELL "Carl" "Leo" . "Cissic" "Angry Young Man" . . succcssful deer VXV mam . . . good sense of humor . . . lik- Miscliicvous . . ."mod" . . , outgoing liumcr , . . bibliophile. cable n11turi:. 58 SHERRY SAKSEK "Sherry" Winsome . . , poised . . . dextcrous. TEACHERS PETS Marguerite Simpson jim Winters BROWNIES A VIRGINIA SCHURR VICKIE RAE SCHAFER THOINIAS SCAR1.E'l'1" "Virgina" "Vickie" NTOYTIV Pcrsonablc . . . sunshine guy . , . personified Pcppy . . . country girl . . . petite. jocular . . .' impassivc , , . contented DAVID G. SCI-IOFF "Dave" Box-burner . . . cnnscicnrious . . . :is- ture. MARK G. SIEIGIEI. "Mark" XVimblccInn champion . . . cavalier. . . Ivy League. LAURA ANN SI-IAXV "Lamar" Serious micn . . . shy smile . . . com- posed. CYNTHIA LOUISE SEXTON "Cindy" Conventional . . . srndious . . . dainty. ROBERT DENNIS SEIGI-IMAN "Dennis" Amusing , ,. motorfyclist . . . high aims. CYNTHIA ANN SI-IAFFER "Cindy", Creates own wardrobe . . . Complssion- are . . . unatilzcred. FREDERICK B. SHUSTER "Freddie" Practical inkester . . . unbelievably naive . , . plays the field. MARGUERITE 'IOY SIMPSON "lNIaggie" The mouse that roared tluslietl checks . . . efficient orginizer. LYDIA CHRISTINE SLAVNIK "Lydia" Bouffam eoiffures . . . sprite , . . Petite Iwcaury. CRAIG M. SOTAK "Craig" Fninklin's Pancho Gonzales . . . unru- ftled . . . frientlly smile. 'PGYI MARIE ELAINE SKIZNA "Posey" Pixie . . . tliglity . . . ingenious. RICHARD SKOXV "Dick" FLIIUFC SCOLIHTILISICI' . . . wise LIPPCIIYLIIICC . . . assiduous. -.,, CARL STABB "Skip" Goknrl kid . . . scholarly appcnmnce . . . tacirurn. BEST SENSE OF HUMOR Rich Daly Bonnie Folino THE COURTDIESTERS DONNA MARIE STARKEY BARBARA -IEANNE SPAGNOL CARY ANNE SPEAR "Donna" "Barb" "Gary" Tranquil eyes . , . diligenr . . . harmonious Concentrates on one boy . . . sable hair . . . Willow' SNC? - - - ff0UP1'd0' - - - l'0"'CY disposirion. - captivating dimples. voice. 62 5 -Q ' - i L l A x I . . , , l l 2 , . , i i A l ' l s 3 , fl Y-J, .' CYNTHIA HURD STETSON "Cindy" Skiing fanatic . . . auburn hair . . . gntcious. FRIENDLIEST Lorraine Restauri Gary Grubich HANSEL AND GRETEL BARBARA ANNE STEVENS LAWRENCE STOLKUM CARL LOUIS SZALANCZY "Barb" "Larry" "Carl" Pittsburgh presenter: , . . spirit sparkcr . . . Quicr worker . . . unaftbctcd simplicity . . . Aspiring actor . . . successful salesman . . . extensive wartlmbc. intellectual behavior. noncommittal. 63 wftw 5 M. , , ggi. 64 XVARREN TARR "Ted" Cowpoke . . . leprechcn . . . meloncho- ly appenmnce. DONALD THOMAS "Tiger" -S? -4 -+.EE '29 'Ui 1.-2. . '-22' so 'L-Z 7 'SEQ ZZ' -'M E. D 2 2 w I TERRY l.. UMAK "Tcrry" Mod dresser. . . lofty. . . :nnbidexrrous artist. IANET VAN HORN i "janet" Silver blonde. . .graceful . . . pleasant- ly plnciel. 'gl' ANGELA TOXV "Angie" Industrious . . . marked by friendliness . . . distinctive coiffeurs. ROBERT TRABUCCO "Bucket" Good at trepidntion . . . dapper I . . devilbmay-cure attitude. xr , .se -df' DIANNE MARIE VIOLA "Dianne" Droll . . . good vibrations . . . flair for French. GEORGE VISNICK "George" Off hand manner . , . agreeable person- ality . . . mechanically minded. DAVID XVALKER "Drive" Massive lats . . . suave . . . understated. ROBERT XVATKINS "Bob" A variety ofinterests . . . ctsy going. , casual sttunter. Hue' JO ANN VYSKIEVICH UO.. Conservative . . . sweet and gentle . . persevermg. SARAH BARROXVS WAGSTAFF usllllllln Nautical miss . . . theatrical advisor . . treble voice. 65 .- +5 1 I I gi l i i 4 ' . A l I jtf h iv I l l la RQBERTA WA'l'l' "Bobbie" Chamteusc . . . quiet laughter . . . sensitive. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Ken Weeks Wendy Loveday PETER PAN AND WENDY SHlRliEY I.. XVATT KENNETH D. WEEKS JOSEPH DENNIS WHSON "Shirley" "Ken" Dennis" A pleasure to be around . . . incendiary hair Voruciousnppetite. . .intellcctualappcurnnce Rifleman . . . Cloud Nine . . . "Ringo". , . . animated. . . . adept at jungle ball. . , f Q t f 5 gi 5 1 tr ..,.,L ..W..V.w,.,.....,. , I A K 5 I l L 1 I I i l 1 f , , 1 i Q - T 1 - 3 . ,. 5 ' '. JIM WINTERS Ifjimu Best with a baton . . . abstract thoughts . , . versa title instrumcntalist. BEST ALL AROUND Paul Bruning Jane Rchnborg "OLD KING COLE AND THE OLD WOMAN WHO LIVED IN THE SHOE JOANNE WOATICH VELVA JEAN WURTZ HARRY YINGLING "jo1mic" "Velva" "Harry" Wl5C ludgfmcm v - - Plclmllnf nature - - - Gcntcel. , ,SIIXVQIYS smiling. . .prolific Publi- Always behind the wheel . . . irasciblc . . . skillful secretary, gig: f'l2mb0y2flI 67 CHARLES XVERNER "Charlie" Mad Guitarist . . . way out clothes . . intense. FRED M. NWYZKIEXVICZ "Fred" Non-cunthrmist . . .assured . . .optim- istic. RONALD j. ZEYZUS "Ron" Bland . . . stalwart . . . industrious. THEODORE MAMEI. "Tcd" Batch Boy Fanatic . . . shaggy locks. . visiting student. CRISTINA ZAICHUK "Chris" Loquacious colorful charicaturisr . . . radiates chccrtulncss. NORENE JOYCE ZAREMBA "Suic" Faithful Exportian . . . pugnacity . . . unbridled. Qllnherrlawmen y y , i ll ll Q ,f t W s Q . . , Xltll'i'ilV " 'tt Xl ii li lilly' ff! X . ii ii 1 I is ' f iff 1 'T fx 'Tre X5 Z x X W f j by ,fl A huge lion, lying sound asleep, was wakened by a mouse when it ran across his Rice. The angry . lion seized the mouse and was just about to kill it X, when he heard the little mouse begging for life. "Please let me go," cried the mouse," and some- - X day I'll repay you if you'll only spare me now." 5 This offer made the lion laugh and in fact he was so amused at the idea that such a tiny creature - could ever do anything for him that he let the I mouse go. Soon after that the lion got caught in a huge net the hunters had spread to trap him. Hearing the lion's roars of anger as he struggled to get free, the mouse ran to the spot. At once he started to gnaw the ropes with his sharp teeth. Soon the lion was set free by the mouse. "Your little friends are often your best friends." "Our 1mz1'en'la.r.m1efz are needed to zmzlae our urtfzfifiaf, .mrital ezfezztx. mm' ,YlAb0!tI.fffL' IW ronqblele. 69 uniors The Class of '68 worked ambitiously to meet the demands of their impor- tant junior year. For their class leaders they elected john Ptaszkiewicz as pres- ident, Bob McCullough as vice-president, and Rita Baker as secretary- treasurer. To raise money, they sponsored a car washg the Halloween Dance, "The Great Pumpkinng and the class play, "Rally Round the Flag, Boys" under the direction of Mr. Jacobs. The climax of the year was the beautiful junior-Senior prom, "The Garden of the Gods." john Ptaszlcicwicz, Presidentg Rita Baker Secretary-Treasurerg Bob McCullough, Vice-president. Sitting - Mr. Plischl-ce, Miss Lutz, Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Hanks. Standing - Mr. Burt, Mr. Chervenick, Mr. Ashe Ken Ainsworth Vincent Aliandi Pete Ali-ich Pam Ambrose Barb Ankeney George Baker Rita Baker jay Barrowcliff Barbara Bartkus Matilda Battaglia Kathie Baughman Virlindar Baughman joe Bebar Terry Bebar Pat Beers Sonny Beichley Richard Bellich Kathy Blotzer Marie Bolkovac Margie Bonati Marlene Bortz Ray Braddy Kris Braun Par Breneman Diane Carter john Cherepko Connie Cherrone jim Clements janet Climer Elaine Cline George Cline Linda Close Cindi Colburn john Connelly Dan Coma i Don Cramer Irene Cruzan Charlie Curtis Larry Dzmko Lorraine Danko john Darrow Louis DeCecco Toni DeFalco Audrey Degenresh Chris Demario Frances Duca Dick Dunmire Ray Durstinc Vicki Enrll Dave Ebcrrs Greg Ebcrrs Linda Eckles Dave Elsron Dale Emcrick Susan English Debbie Fzimbnugh Lorminc Fnulk Dam Fish Chris Flzishcr Mike Fleming julie Flinn Sharon Ford john Freeman Steve Frost Nginq' Funk Mike Gzillik Caroline Galloway .fa o . Q35 2 ,W , . g aw' fi 'gi L' 'wit F ' I 55. 4.1 3 1 '- Ai i 5 Ir "1 5 i 5 Mary jo' Gcbroslq' N i I fa 1 Lynn Gllg .,::F-V H F V jcnnic Girrings 4 5 I - 4 XVilli11m Glunt X m -lane Gray gl ' 3- Mike Gmyhrook QQ, ' E john Grossman K - ' ,J V ,L V' jim Grower '25 Rob Hamm ' X -V 'Iancr Huuscr 3 :iff-Bu.,-5 - 1 Q 'J F" ' ' 5. Q... XVhar do you mem - You don'r work at Fcrri's?" Chuck Hcmplc Cecilia Hannigan Sue Henry Dale Hill Dave Hilty jim Hodson Mary Ann Horcnsky Roger Huffman Dennis Hullenbnugh rm 'Z , it fi M ' 3 -I 1. X 'AM A n' lr Q-F 'Ns- W? Jim Hykcs Jim Jenkins Walter Jcnlco Bill Johnston Barb Knspmck John Katana' Susan Kntowski Joyce Keibler Dan Kelley Ellen Klotzbaugh Gary Kral Tom Lmng Pat Lnrtrmzio Barbe Leslie Drive Lewis ,l "Finally, a mature Jr. English class." Sandy Lindsay Mike Lloyd Berry Lohman Danny Lovnto Sharon Loveclay Paul Lowes David Maddock Bunny Major Tom Mance Dave Markovina Tom Marshall Carl Martahus Debbie Martinelli Janie Marts Barb Mauro Bob McCullough Harry McDonald George McGurk Brenda Orgovan Mack Overly Norma Padgenr Virginia Paesano Bill Painter Roland Parlcins Jim Paulisick Vicky Pavliak Roberta Perrorr Jim Perry Nancy Phillips Greg Phoebe Larry Pierce james Pietrala Barb Porczak Bill Power Phil Primozic john Praskieyvicz Mary McMunn Kathy Mei Nancy Meyers Mike Milewski Doug Miller Mark Miller Gail Mills Cheryl Moose Louise Morgan Ruth Mull Marie Nemanic Al Orvac "We see Hester out in the forest gathering herbs Kathy Raymond Janice Rebich Frank Reed Chris Rcgrut Linda Reich Pam Ridinger Tom Ries james Rigone Denise Roberts Jan Robinson Steve Roderick Andy Rubright Ralph Ruebal Penny Sadowsky Paul Sailley Lenny Schaffer Robin Scorgie Mary Seiler Scott Semans David Senchur jackie Shaffer Susie Sharpe Linda Shetler Nancy Shipley Charlene Silvus Emily Silvus Tim Silvus Susan Sisco Frank Skena Bonnie Slavnik David Somyalr Debbie Spagnol Robert Spangler john Spruance Susan Steele john Steven Daniel Srokum Diane Suhy Debbie Sullivan Timothy Sullivan Bob Swartz Ernie Temple Scott Thompson Bill Thurston Rick Tower Leslie Townsend joe Ttabucco Pat Trabucco 75iJ jenn Weiland jim Wleldon Richard Wessel Terri Vifhire Donald Wlilliams Bob Trent Judy Trusilo Laurel Vance jenny Van Dyke' Bob Veach Judy Visnick Party Vyskievich Carol Wiirson Melvin Watt Bob Wan Elaine Webb Chris XVeilzmd Light your candles juniors . . . so you may help serve spaghet "Salesmnnship? Nope, lots of relatives." "Ah , . . Mr. Orlicf' Lynette Williams Bnrb Xvilson Dennis Wfilson jerry XVilson Kathy Vlfood ' f Nancy Wfoodworth ffl r Beverly XVoodwarcl Richard Wfright . . A . pd Stcvc Ynnko L, V, -Ianel Yingling lkx ' 5 if gl v 7322 Herb Yingling A w-f - v nf Buff Young 1 Sam Zxircmba Marcella Zatczzilo Edward Zimmermann jo Anne Zimmermann i 1 M ., , , , . W 1 .Rin-.gr , v 'fi- ' is , , 3. is z Nix - xx fl, KT Ad , 'O Q s Ay, 4. lx! Q v af' ,' I' H IP 1 ..- 'E an llffii ,T .. .M . X' x 'L mv. 45 K Sophomores u - VY F li l Q , Qtfirent - Kirk Chadwick, Vice-Presidentg Margie Stetson, Trcisurerg Dave McCullough, President, Secretary- R Q X '. V , . ' 1 e ' it -- ,, i ' ,z ki .ms r 1 , , " Entering their first year at the senior high, this yearls Sophomores were full of energy and vitali- ty. They quickly adjusted to the heavier work load and the increase in extracurricular activities. Early in the year, they elected David McCullough as president, Kirk Chadwick as vice-president, and Margie Stetson as secretary-treasurer. Gne of the most educational and enjoyable trips for the sophomores was the annual trip to Gettysburg, in the fall. Later, they were treated to the movie, The Fantastic Voyage, as an addition to their biol- ogy classes. In February, the class of 1969 spon- sored a very successful VaIentine's Dance. . ,,.,., ,, I 5 2, - 5 , y -- 4 . , , k , . 1 . ,. sm, 1 - ,iii r : ,. ,t -- 5'--.lf 4 'iii , Spoutors - Mrs: Leslie, Mr. Lozier, Mr. Jacobs, Mrs. Loveday, Mr. McCormick, Mr. Hill, Mr, Ondet. 78 I jeff Adams Cheryl Alder john Aldridge janicc Allerton jim Baker Larry Baker Gary Bartlett Barham Barrowcliff George Bechler janice Beers Robert Birdseye Kurr Blaugher William Blundon jane Bolrink Dave Bosetti Eric Britz julie Bullock Penny Burns john Burns john Bush David Byer jim Byrne Donald Campbell Richard Campbell Dennis Cardoni Albert Carfang john Carrermr Kirk Chadwick Robert Colclaser William Collier Myla Cooper Peggy Crise Sandy Crusan Dennis Cunningham Cathy Darrow Burce Davis. Charles Daugherty Thomas Deal Barry Delissio john Demar Bob Demsey Catherine DeSantis Lynn Dickson Rich Dierrick Donna DiMaria Robert Donhoffner Patrick Dorrenzo jean Drake Bruce Dudley Mitchell Dukovich james Earll Mac Eckel Diane Eckersley Sherry Erbe Mark Fahnestock Richard Ferguson Calvin Ferraro Connie Ferrington james Flaherty Maggie Flinn Don Foley Roy Ford Dan Freeman if f lf'Flk N U ' 3 fi Raymond Fritz Tom Frizenger Mary Frye Mike Futral Mike Gainer Geraldine Galer Vince Galicic Bill Geary Carol Gebroski Daniel Gebrosky Dorothy Geiger Gary Geiger , Marvin George Karen Goretzsky Nancy Grden George Gressman Peggy Grgurich Gary Grindle jerry Grindle Carole Gulentz jim Haluck VC'ilma Hanks jan Hart john Harvey Vincent Heider Carol Helsing Deborah Hill Nora Hodson jim Homee Marilyn Hood Carol Hooper Andy Homyak james Howard Bob Hoy Thomas Ingram Don jackson QQTY 1 Q' i s ei Q Mi' jaw if ' we iff? xi L'-ua t i e f -4? if , it ff' X ...Mi ,- f K Q M if ti ,, , . f ia - ti.g,,i 1 i -i 1 4- Cr 1 1, Q if l ' ' ,kL,' g , Y :-' g- ffl I in 1 Y 'D x' L YJ 5 i A .. il ' e - -E' , A qi 7 H de I I i i ,. v a 5-me A , A ly J.. ., .- . ,f i ' ,A+ . if? 'W V N W A -L ll ii 1 fi 1 tx A 1 3' f'?' a " A G t .., 1 -, 35 ' Mi ff' 5 .5 1 ' .. 3 - X. W R " I X V 'iq xii -. Hi ' -Z --N-Q.. Q , j l . . Dx- l J a al-la .4 if - - ' wa. i ' f 7 N f .A . 3 V Ig itu- 'S x , .V , . slat' A, gi le lr f 4 H ff ' ff'f v. dv .U 1 0 X 'l julie ,lobe Susan johnson john jones Mark jones s f "I'll try anything once." is 24 , .. i , at , ! si will wh Q- wr' "Smile, you'rc on Candid Camera!" tets Q . ,. arg, ,yi 4 , Q .iif3XX'A.,ti,h ,,. , ,, X ,fl 'i Q- w sf 'Q i' . ' fl W ,. .3 ir X 1 WX in , . Q 2 .za Q .-5' t t. A is J at . we' t .. f , C I ' 'I i . X 9 ,HAY ,, .. ,W J W .,-C, ,Q 1-3. i .. as.. .ff r fr, .. . L Hx, , J- if pf Y i ' Q R ,Wfh-. 3 , aff, A. "' V ,, Q A ,bn as L f R21 R if K C .1 . i , 1 if IEIJK 5 :wif J .aa W Q , 4 . I 5 f- 'li '4- ' 1 ' 'rf E 2-, -i Nj L J .1 1' rf! ,gg 1 , t., ..- Susan jones Steven Kasprack john Keenan Patty Kelly Leroy Kemmerer Cindy Kennedy Becky Kersten Dan Kilpatrick Dennis King Pam King Patty King Ronald King Sally King Cheryl Kirkpatrick Wesley Klingensmith Rick Kloba Linda Knepper Beatrice Kramer Dennis Kramer Paul Krushinski jeff Kulms Dennis LeCuyer Cindy Lake Robert Lake Patricia Lankes Elaine Lasher Janice lavrich Bill Lee Gary Leslie Dennis Letham Robert Lewis Forest Lieremen Mark Lihnart Virginia Lihnert Robert Lloyd Donna Longwell Cindie Orris Charles Lucas Mark Lynch Jeanine Mance Patricia Mance Vincent Manetti Ronald March Rebecca Marshall ig Q. as Lewis Morelli Roberta Mower Paul Murmy Linda Nagoda Albert Nzlhar Richard Negich Peggy Neilson joe O'I.ear julie Orgill Andrew Oslosky Chris Pack Brenda Painter Frank Palmieri Thomas Patterson jonnne Pavlick Rosemary Pavliclc Russell Pees Ron Pelerose Edward Pellisier Sandra Persin Bob Petrala I S A , 5' ' h -s .:."f 344. 1- I .' MP. 4 Inj: pf.-affi l 1'-:J d ,,. Roger Martz Carol Marhai David Mazer Earll McCall Dave McCullough Colleen McHugh Larry MCTigue Michael Meehan james Merck Renaid Merich Floyd Messale Deborah Metzalnr Mike Miller Sandra Mills 4 Ed Pfeiffer Wanda Pfeiffer Karen Piper john Pisone Robert Pollock Bill Poole Charles Price Dale Pritchard Dave Proch Debbie Ralston Cindy Rehak Mary Reinsel Sharon Remic Roger Restauri Kathy Ruebel David Rhodes Barbara Riddle Ralph Ritter Sharon Rixner Connie Riznow Brian Roberts Janice Robertson Barry Robiralle Donna Romagna Larry Ross Sue ,Rubright Raymond rupert Michael Rush I .. . s , fy ,x , f-f2,afQ'. 5? C war'-.'5' Q, 9 if ff? 63 2"' ' 21 -, is My Q , LII 4 fa an wa ,, Wil' ' . inwm , A A 'p,i1,r:, ,. 1. F: QM 3' 9? ,W ,A -e M fl flwfmfffzw . , A. N- v. Y , . X ee, ,. A f pfaax' '55 .Yllif .ff??fi eyggfililjf, 1 'fx - 'fail S- ff 3' r ' -il 'Z 7 i5'A3fl's ?5"f1'Q Eddie Smith Elaine Smith Cindy Smithbower Nanceen Snyder Chris Sotak Carol Sowash Cheryl Spangler Sandra Spewok Margie Stetson Mike Strakoda Susi Lorretta Debbie Sutter Connie Swank Vince Swank - CW? if ,di 12" 4. I ':.ft,,, 1' I Q 5f,!f"YE7 mi tr 3 JA' , Hail., Ll ' 4 f j' 'R 4 0 M ,..44?'f ,f F. R S x 0 '21 fl ' M 1' we Y -t . ' -a d' A wa . i' i . af S l 39' Melony Sabo Peter Scala Mark Schalse Susan Schlott Charles Schrock Paula Schurte Neal Scorgie Sidney Sellers Cindy Shafer Marilyn Sheckler Arnold Shellman Paul Sherland Grant Shevchek Melissa Siegal Dwayne Siford Robert Silver lim Silvus David Sheets Glenn Skena Robert Skena Debbie Sleigh Stephanie Szymanowski Dave Tatko jerry Taylor Chris Tcllin Carol Thomas Bill Tylzisky joe Urick Patricia Vcach Party Viola Barbara Visnick jack Vozel Richard Wards Richard Wlzilker Steve Wfccks Chester Weishorn Harry XVci1and fait- xkkqq "Is this worth missing school for?" Peggy Willson Martin Winter Dave XVith row Stuart XVurtz Debbie Yuhas Sandra Yurik Peter Yurtin Peggy Zuccatri Terry Zinn and he said this test was going to be easy Eiaruliu is 'K xx .-- ,---9 "f A NQQVNH . 'fo' 'QM .2 'ik I lv X A mother crab scolded her son for walking sideways. "You really ought to walk straight," she said. "If you'll show me how," the young crab replied. "l'll follow your ex- ample." The mother crab set off briskly, trying very hard to walk straight. Soon, how- ever, she found that she could not keep from going sideways. Then she saw how foolish she had been to find fault with her son. "It is better to teach by doing than by preach- - n lflg. "The faculty 11115 fought ur fbrougb ity own ex- amplef to become good yrlaolars and ciiizenf. Secretaries - Mrs. Bell, Mrs. XVeber, Mrs. Gutshall. Mrs. Humes, Secretary to the Supcrinrendcnrg Mrs. Good, Business Office Manager. Board Dr. Holiday, Mr. Duff, Dr. Kilgore, Mrs. Mook, Mrs. Gutshall,1Nir. Berlin, Mr. Ainsworth, Dr. Townsend, Dr. Caywood, Mr. LaCaria, Dr. Beers 74. Q5 l Q , ? 32,5 me Q: H Q' Tm 4 Administration A vital part of the smooth operation of any school is its administration. These people, from the superintendent of schools to the office staff work hard to keep Franklin running at top effi- ciency. --amus- ' ' mark. Q K x . s my l ttt,i, r p gs- M53 fx!!! MR. JOHN SWACUS Principal SETUP' f MJ! MR. PETER CALIENDO Vice Principal "and about your college boards ' fy QF!-T'T '24 I 1 , ., , wvff, , 1-.QA .qi A RICHARD FLICKINGER Guidance Coumellor RUTH THON Guidanfe Cozmyellor CAROL SCHUTZLER CAROL LANYON Serrelarief Facult One of the characteristics of a good teacher is that he teaches through ex- ample. Franklin's faculty is outstanding in this respect. They spend long hours correcting papers, preparing lessons, and directing extracurricular activities so that Franklin's students might benefit. L I- Q A e- MR. TIMOTHY ASHE Spanzlrb "Un centavo' MR. PATRICK AMBROSE Libmrirm Keep quiet or I'll throw y'out." 33 MR. LAWRENCE BOWERS Mfztbematirx "Zip the lip" MR. JOHN CI-IAMBERLIN Englirb "Now, class" MR. DAVID BURT Science 'We'll start slowly and taper off." l I X ' da MRS. GWEN GHEGWIDDEN Homemaking "Experience in nutrition" 4 MR. jOSEPH CHERVENICK Srienfe "In other words . . . In other words . . .' MR. LOUIS COWAN Pbjriral Edurafiou G Health "You look like a muscular dystrophy class." wf 53 1 PGLAN .MAX MR. ROBERT CIESLIK Sorial Siudiex "You sec, you see, you see." MR. LEROY DETAR Science C? Mallaematirs "Water is a universal solvent, in other words, water is I1 universal solvent." ' nssvmnol -Jr--. MRS. MARGARET CLIMER Health "Anybody?,' MRS. EVELYN FERENCE Cboml Music "If you don't stop fussing, l'm going to make you kiss and make up." QI -.Is Evan L ,. 'F' . U' U I V MISS ELSI E GALBREATH liflgliyb "Well, people?" MRS. ANN GASPER , Slbool Num Q'Are you feeling better pumpkin?" MR. DONALD GREEN I!I.ifl'IllI1L'Ilft1l Muxif "Thar's nor Ll sign ro srnrr talking . X MR. ROBERT HAMILTON l Art "Wl1nt have you done this period?" INIRS. LEONA HANKS B11.rir1e.U ?dllL'dlf0I1 "Ready to write?" MR. JOHN HILL Sofia! Studie: "Yeah, well . . ." 92 MISS DONNA HUGHES Englitb "Oh, th:tt's'beautiful!!" MR. ROGER HUIVIMEI. Bu.riue.tt Edumtian ul . ' . . H .1, s. cl, f, 1, lt, l, .. MRS. FLORENCE LESLIE Mnlbefllaritzt "Better study this tonight." MRS. MARIAN LOVEDAY Malbezzlalirf "Fellows, tlmt's at real neat problem," A MR. HUGH JACOBS Sofia! 51111021 "For all practical purposes." l l MR, JAMES LOZIER Sofia! Sr1m'ieJ "It's just a quiz, four page unannounced essay." 93 MISS SUSAN LUTZ Freud: "Ah, Come on." MR. JOHN ONDER Social StuaGeJ You have to try to get an F." MR. DAVID MCCORNIICK English "And what are the points we have to con- sider?" MRS. LOVONNE MILLER Englzlrb "Why? . . . Why not?" MR. NICK ORLIC M aibematific "Now where is your excuse?" MR. ALTON PLISCHKE Englixb "I alwaifs like to sec . . ." . , MR. MITCHELL SASALA Cbemixhjy MR. FRANKLIN PUSHNIGG -,Fm Cnoughpn Plqyrifal Edumtion ann' Drivers Edurution MRS' BARBARA PQREMSKI "Okay, who,s got the right of way here." Bufznerf Eduralmn "This is your friend the stop watch." i MR. ROBERT STARR Social Slucfer "This was desirousf' MR. JAMES SLEIGH Otcupatiomzl Edumtion "Look here." MRS. LOIS SELLERS Buriners Edumtion "When you type as iilsr as you chew, you'll be good." MR. CARL STOLTENBERG Indfutrial Am 'Do you want me to turn red?" NIR- WILLIAM WASKOSKIE Biology "Bum fhlsfw' MR. LARRY WHIPKEY MISS KATHLEEN YOTHERS Plgyximl Ezfumfian "This is appalling." MR. CARL VOLLBERG Illdllsfrinl Am "This is yodi' fire mnrslmll speaking , . .' Englifb opinion gif 'Si uw Ami? Ei! MR. RANDOLPH NELSON Srienre Thimque.? ' 'inn .Wu N3-C -X 'Sim-... , ii., ' ,fe 'fjf 3 - 2 ,gcywil . f- .ff Migilwsfiiiifsgs L I V1 4 . ' xwiaa. 5 1 R1 4 V:-fi Ek gr O -4,.im ?fi9g-"'- I :a 41 gi,.f , ... f aw' O Sfzffi 1 :a - f sg Q Y - -, .'5.55f-:iQQi'1'f.Wf'sg ::: , ,gf .X .I ' N I 3:14 f' mm W .L ' ' so A N R.. -wx. . "', 3 -- , 1 Mfg " , vi il- .e""'7 f.,. Y. I, , 'J - na ' .J f " "f , QAM .542 1f?",Ei D K f f.. xx Q 5155 55 2-4 "Seven cum 'lcven" "l just love reaching Cicslik, Athletic Director, Likes the honor ofthrnwing thc Hrsl ball in the SIZQISOI1. Maintenance MC-RE Al YRAU HE Q' E vitae vmsitmv Fir I' in i.:' V ALERT' , . Q 1 1' I l E 4' it 8 " J ,4- 5 P4-i tt - a l K 4. og f 'is' - Y ' 3 K .Q Nr x S l 1 l i Cooks - Mrs. Evans, Mrs. H. Thompson, Mrs. Welsh, Mrs. Fernandez, Mrs. Primosic, Mrs. Chcrepko. The efficient main- tenance people at Franklin spend many long hours keeping the school clean and attractive for the stu- dent body. The cooks work hard to prepare a variety of nutritious lunches, and the bus drivers work to keep the transportation schedule regular for the students. Mr. LaFrance, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Woods. Kneeling' - Mr. Radakovich, A. Matson, M. Watt,j. Brinker, F. Urbanic, S. Wuslich. Standing - W. Karp, T. Deza net, R. Cole, B. Shuster, R. Wloods, R. Stokum, S. Kemerer, R. Kemerer. l91'g6IlIi?E'EITi1I1I5 Thc mice were dcspcraltc lwczllisc ot' thc CII, who caught onc or two of' rhcm cvcry night. So rhcy milled Q1 council to dccidc how hcst to put gin und to rhcir troulnlcs, Many plains wcrc suggcsrcd and disuirdulg hut at lust Ll smart young mouse spoki' up and sind, "XVliy not put Ll ln-ll on thc cnt, so that wc min hcgu' hcl' wining!" livcry- onc thought that this was .1 willy linc idcu, and Ll vorc was nlwout to hc fLll'iCI1 wlicfn Ll slircwd old mousc, who h.1d ka-Pr quicr up till thc-n, rcingu'kcd, "This is 11 pcrlL'ct solu. tion, but I lmvc onc lirilr qui-srion I should like to ask, "XY"ho is going to hull thc cnt!" "lt is onc thing ro mllliL"1ll'C1lI plgins,:1nd .inorhcr IUk'Lll'I'l' them out." "'lXu'.v1111fw11.i' .Alf 1:I'ill1lTffI1f7dl'c gnu!AAi11ji11'-f11tlu'1'i11Kg ffl. 11' idmrzl um! 111411 nj 111 n11'1jy1111l .n lllillll' .U f111,u'1l1fi-." 0 Q . fx . qi i 24. if , , , - f is 2 ? s Mr Waskoskie, Adwlror: Marguerite Simpson, Erlizor- Ill Chief The Quill Staff under the guidance of Mr. Waskoskie and leadership of Marguerite Simpson started last May to work on this year's yearbook. However, at the beginning of this school term, they reorganized by forming new staffs and rearranging the working schedule so the student body would receive an up-to-date yearbook early in May. The Quill Staff SENIOR STAFF - Lynchg D. DelCotto, Editor: W. Loveday. B. Anderson, Photography Editor: L. Adams, Photographer. TYPING STAFF - Sitting - Persingj. XVORKlCl1, Editor, L Resraurig Smmfing - P. Anzurg B. Folinog R. Delissio. BUSINESS STAFF Rllgbf - G. Grubich, editor: N. Milligan. J. Winters. LA Y-OUT STAFF Above - Silling - Hoover: C. Zmichuk, edilor.'Sr1mr1'ing - Grindleg P. Keithg R. Marrz. JUNIOR STAFF DF - R- BakCr:Qg Flinng K. Ainsworthg S Sharpe. ,..f"r LITERARY STAFF Leji - j. Foighxg ediforg D. Meyer. l sPORTs STAFF - Rowz - D. Kessler, J. Lynch, Editor, R. Wessel. Row2 - T Mamcl, B. Trnbucco, Courtcr, D. Alls housc,j, Gray, T. Ardisson, K. Weeks A. Hooper. l l l NEWS STAFF - Row! - E. Clinegj Pisoncg P. Wilson, M. Simpson, S. Spe- wockg C. Smithbowerg N. Grdeng B Leslie, S. Wagstaffg C. Sextong S. Love- dayg L. Townscndg P. Keithg K, Braung M, Lukowskig Seated - S. Sharp, Asst. Editor: -I. Rehborg, Editor: Shaffer, Ant. Editor. ART STAFF - B. Leslie, C. Lichtenfels, C. Christopher, R. Baker. FEATURE STAFF- Standing - B. jones: A. Naharg K. Darrow, E. Klotzbaugh, Hauser, C. Russclg C. Radford, C. Hudakg C, Za- ichukg B. Funk, N, Funk: N. Gor- ton, D. DiMariag K. Gorrezkyg C. Colburn, Sealed - V. Pavlnkg R. Hodsong Editor: W. Loveday. l02 The Panther Staff Velva jean Wurtz - Editor-in-Chief Mr. Whipkq' - Sponsor. The Panther Staff, under the direc- tion of Mr. Whipkey and leadership of Velva jean Wurtz, works hours after school writing stories, rewriting, proof-reading, and making up the paper so the student body will be up to i date on school happenings from month to month. . -3- I 1 yrs- S ' it ii ! I 'P ff. Q .' . x 15 K 1 " ' 5 ' r X .. EDITORS - Row I - R. Hudson, V.-I. Wurtz,J. Rehnborg. R0102 - A. Tow, Lynch, M. Lawrence. TYPING STAFF - Row! - L. Restauri, P. Anzur, M, lawrence, D. I-Iomyak. Row2 - N. Moore, L. Bush, M. Zatcznlo, B. Folino, R. Delissio, C. jobe, G. Pons, S. Persin, P. Hill, J, Persin. IO3 ational Honor Society I Row I - C. Spear. E. Porcznik. Rchnborg, D. Meyer, A. Hill. Row 2 - Lynch, C. Sexton, K. Wleelm, L. Lake, D. Marhay, M. Simpson, P. Bruning, XV, Lovedny. R. Perry, D. Viola. l .xl New Mmlbers - Rau' I -J. Foighr, E. Tower, P. Ridinger, R. Baker, D. Fambaugh,-I. Flinn, R. Howells, B. Livengood, B. Bell, Mrs, Hanks. R0w2 - B. Anderson, T. Laing, R. Hamm. N, Funk, P. Belnk, G. Pons,-I. Elkins. L. Cordner, R. Hoovcrhl. Winters. Row3 - K. Ainswortlgj. Connelly, M. Lloyd, S. Lovcdzly, M. Scigcl, A. Reeves, D. Allsliouse, VI. Ferguson. A high honor at Franklin is to be elected to the Nation- al Honor Society, sponsored by Mrs. Hanks. Members are carefully selected on the basis of character, service, leader- ship and scholarship. Several activities have highlighted the 1966-67 school yearg a back-to-school dance, a spaghet- ti dinner in February to earn money, and an impressive in- duction ceremony. Also our chapter hosted to the three- county Regional Conference in the spring. This quite suc- cessful year closed with an enjoyable banquet for all mem- bers. Rita Baker accepts NHS card from Mr. Swacus. Oflirm - jane Rehnborg, Mercury Treasurerg john Lynch. President: Mrs. Hanks, Sponsor. Ken Xvceks. Vice Presidenr. Thespian Society Row I - K. Altman, M. A. Lawrence, N. Milligan, C. Sexton, P. Dakin, W. Loveday, D. Delcotto, M, Simpson, N. Moore, A. Hill. Row2 -J. Gras K Braun, P. Belak, D. Meyer, P. Katana, S. Wagstaff, M. Lukowski. L. Lake, Row 3 - N. Bente, V. Beilstein, D. Roberts, C. Szcalanczy, R. Tower R Daly, C. Spear, P. Keith. Officers: Carl Szcalancy, Pres. Alberta Hill, Vice'Pres. Donna Meyer, Sec. Wfendie Loveday, Trcts. The Franklin Chapter of the National Thespi- an Society is one of the thousands in the country established for the advancement of dramatic arts in the secondary schools. However, ours is proba- bly one of the most productive. Under the pa- tient guidance of Mr. Plischke, this year it pres- ented several one-act plays, a children's play, sponsored various field trips and an induction tea. Numerous members filled the vacant hours with work on class plays and several assemblies. Student Council Row I B. Wilson,j. Keibler, D. Robcrts,j. Hoover,j. Rehnborg, B. Major, D. Meyer, Row 2 E. Britz, S. Metzelaar, P. Keith, C. Hudak, R. Baker, N. Grden, K. Braun, R. Dietrich, D. Bosetti, Row 3 A. Reeves, R. Tower, R. Daly, B. Spangler, R. Bullock, j. jones, J. O'lear. Our Student Council, comprised of one representative from each home- room, and under the sponsorship of Mr. Lozier, is the main link between the Eiculty and the students. The Stu- dent Council was quite active this year, with the mising of the gates in the morning and looking into a better dis- ciplinary policy for the school. They also sponsored the annual Sadie Hawkins Danceg the proceeds of which went to the American Field Service Scholarship Fund. Ojyirm Rich Daly, President, Alan Reeves, Parliamentariang jane Rehnborg, Treasurer, Candace Hudak, Vice Presidentg Mr, Lozier, Sponsor, Peggy Keith, Secretary. l07 Tri-Hi-Y Rau' I - Mr. Loveday, P. Lattanzio, K. Houston, M. LeCuyer, L. Bush, B. Funk, A. Hill, P. Belak, L. Daly, N. Earll, B. Stevens, L. Restauri, M. McTigue, L. hike. N. Moore, C. Radford, Bxjones, E. Rubright. Rou'2, - B. Folino,J. Pisone, R. Delissio, B. Kosmatine, K. Karas, P. Keith, C. Hudak, S. Metzelapir, C. Stetson, C. Duff, C, Sexton, P. Dakin, D. Coma, C. Zaichuk, L. Gilg, N. Meyers. Rowj. - Elkin, S. Wagstaff,j. Mil- ler. L. Townsend.-I. Climeigj. Gray, S, Sharpe,-1. Sliafler. L Knepper, M. Frye, M. Cooper, P. Wilson. N. Grden, L. NVilliams, N. Funk. Row 4.- M. Reinsel, S. Rixner, C. Thomas, D. Metzlaar, C. Hooper. C. Colburnmj. Robinson, D. Geiger, P. Kelly, M. Seigel, P. Beers, P. Ridinger, M. Stetson, M. Salvo, D, Sullivan, K. Braun, Rau' 5. - C. -lobe, G. Pons, K. Goretzky, C. Gulentz, R. Hodson, K. Blotzer, B. Leslie, B. Major, S. Loveday, B. XVilson, K. Ruebel, P. Neilson, K. Raymond, B. Porczalc, Row6. - S. Barnhart, E. Porczak, L. Cordner, C. Shaffer, S. XVatt, A. Tow, XV. Loveday, D. Delcotto,j. Relmnborguj. Foight, S, Delissio. N. Milligan, C. Spear, P. Katana, M. Bolltovac, Row 7. - Mary Lukowski,-J, Haus- er, L. Faulk, E. Koltzbaugh, R. Perrot, C. Mei, M. Horenslq, P. Ambrose, M. Mclviunn, K. Baughman, M. Nemanic. The Tri-Hi-Y is the most popular of the organizations for girls at Franklin. Early in the year, many members spent a weekend at Deer Valley. At Christmas . time, the organization raised money to help underprivileged children, and in january sponsored a dance for the teach- ers working in our schoolsystem. Ojfiferr - Patty Katana, Presidentg Sharon Loveday, Vice Presi- dent, Pam Ambrose, Chaplain, Sue Delissio, Secretary. Future Teachers Row I - M. Bzittziglia, P. Lmttanzio, L. Nngodzx. C. Russell, D. Mzlthzly, S. Erbe, M. Simpson, C. Christopher, D. Longwell, C, Pack, C. Matthai, R. I-lodson. Rou'2-J. Rebich, E. Klotzbzlugh. L. Faulk, M, Horenski, M. McMunn, R. Perrott, V. Baughmain. R. Perry. M. Gebrosky,.I, Miller, P. Keith. C. Zztichuk Rau-3 - K, Raymond. P. Ridinger, C. Radford. S. Sh:1rpe,j. Flinn, D. Fairzibnugli, E, Cline, C. Sexton. K. Kolmer. S. Wing- staff, C. Sownsh. row 4 - L. Reich, M. Longwell, B. jones, S. Barnhart, M. Lukowski, L. Cordner, L. Remic, C. Stetson. E. Porcznk. D. Meyer, E. Rubright. M-+V Q Being one ofthe largest clubs in the school, the F. T. A.'s purpose is to plan and carry out ac- tivities pertaining to the teaching profession. Included in this yezu"s agenda were nn initiation tea in September, several guest speakers, two Riculty teas, and Ll field trip to a local college. Members also anticipated the pmctice teaching in the junior High and elementary schools in the spring. Rok Xa' ew QOYm:t - Cindy Slinitlbr, Vice Presidentg Donna Meyer. Prcsidenu Mttrlynn Longwell. Treiisurerg Peggy Keith, Secretary. Future Nurses Club y FUTURE NURSE'S OFFICERS - Karen Alt- man, President, Kathy Raymond, Vice- Presiclcntg Barbara Mauro, Secretary: Vicki Shafer, Treasurer. The Franklin chapter of the Fu- ture Nurses of America was estab- lished for girls who are seriously interested in entering the nursing profession. Their service project for the year was decorating a con- valescence home for Christmas. They also visited several of the area's hospitals. Also affiliated with the F.N.A. The Library Club under the sponsorship of Mr. Ambrose, tried to keep the library running effi- ciently throughout are the nurses aides, who are seniors who help Mrs. Gasper with her many chores. At the same time, these girls obtain valuable nursing ex- perience. ,A NURSE'S AIDES - E. Rubrighr, K. Altman, V. Schafer. FUTURE NURSES ASSOCIA TION - Rau' 1 - P. Iamanzio, K. Baughman, D. Cole, P. Zaccari, M, McTigue, K. DeSantis,j. Gittings. Raw2 1 M. Cotr per. S. English. H. Dz1vis.j. Zimmerman, B. Mauro. V. Schafer, P. Vyskievich. D. Carter, M. Hood, K. Altman, K. Raymond, E. Webb. IIO Library Club Raw I - S, English, L. Morgan, B. Orgavan, B. Slavnik, R. Mull, M. Zatezalo, V. Irhnert, W. Peifer. Row2 - R. Watt, N. Moore, L. Kochuga, Mr. Ambrose, F. Skena, S. Zaremba, D. Markovina. D. Sifotd, S. Ford, D. Spagnol, C. Hennigan, S. Remic. The Library Club under the sponsorship of Mr. Ambrose, tried to keep the library running efficiently throughout the school year. Paperback books were made available for the students this school term. This year music was added to the library environment to promote quiet study. Camera Club Under the supervision of Mr. Bowers, the Camera Club spent much of their free time learning the techniques of tak- ing and developing pictures. The mem- bers also helped Mr. Bowers take pic- tures for the Panther and Quill Staffs. E. Ridout, S. Frost, L. Adams, j. Courrer, H. Yingling, Mr. Bowers. Visual Aids Club Our Visual Aids Club, under the sponsorship of Mr. Ambrose, supplies I Q the faculty with more than adequate as- sistance in educating our students with up-to-date visual aid facilities. M. Overly, E. Pfeifer, Mr. Ambrose, D. Siford, S. Zaremba, D. Marltovina, F. Skena III Varsity Club Ii., .VI . .:L,W Row 1 - C. Krcjdowsky, M. Robbe.-I. Grossett, K. Weeks,,I. XX'inters 'P. XY'ilson. B. Livengood, D. Thomas. G. Moore, P. Bruning, L. Frzizier Roux? - D. Chisnell,j.-Irinkovik, R. Howells. K. Buzzard. R. Bullock,-I. Ferguson, R. Ankeneykj. Ptnszkiewiczj. Boyce,-I. Clendenin Rau' 5 - M. Seigal. B. johnson, XV. Young. R. McCullough. C. Curtis, R. Tower, D, Cornnli,j. McC:1gue, B. Bell Row 4 - Mr. Onder, R. Kesl11r,j. Tmbutco, D. Nagleul. Drnievich, R. Glunt, D. Allshouse. T. Ardisson. C. Sotnk. Ojlfrerirx L. Frazier, Secretary: P. Brunning, President: G. Moore, Vice President. The Varsity Club had :mother very industrious and prosper- ous year. Under the supervision of Mr. Onder, the boys sold popcorn. Christmas wrapping paper and Christmas trees, to earn money for their jackets. They also held another fun activi- ty night for the entire student body. Booster's Club Rout- I - S. Ford, K. Houston, M, Battaglia, P. Ltttanzio, C. Russell, Mr. McMunn, L, Bush, V. Schafer, N. Earll, B. Stevens, G. Galet, D. DiMaria, K. Baughmanuj. Persin, D. Hornyak. Rou'2 - L. Shelter, I. Gilg, B. Kersten, L. Reich,-I. Rebich, E. Klotzbaugh, L. Faulk, P. TRIbUCCO,J.Sl11ll-iff, B. Wil son, R. Hodson, C. Mei, M. Nemanic, V. Earll, T. DeFalco. Ron' 5 - M. Stetson, D. Sleigh, P. Anzur, Cujobe. C. Radford, B. jones, C. Christophenj Hauser, B. Kosmatine, G. Pons, B. Folino,-J. Elkin. Ron'-I - S. XVatt, A. Tow, C. Shaffenj. Miller, K. Kolrner, M. Lukowski, L. Cordner, L. Rcmic. S. Steele. Row .5 - K, Gmntz. D. Roberts, C. Colbum. C. Hooper, D. Metzelaar, V. Pavliak,-J. Van Dyke, D. Martinelli, B. Lohmann, P. Keith. P. Dakin jj Foight. K. McHugh. Rau'6 - Pavliclc, H. Davis, D. Demar, B. Leslie, L. Daly. T. Umak, S. Metzelaar. C. Hudak. B. Spagnol, L. Lavrich, L. Restau ri, M. LeCuyer. . , c ?- , , P Qfilnif - laorraine Resrauti, President: Michelle LcCuyer, Vice Presi- dent: Peggy Keith. Secretary: Sharon Metzelaar. Treasurer. One of the largest organizations in the school, the Boosters Club is a vital part of school spirit at Franklin. During the year they avidly supported the Panther teams, turning out en masse at the games. Before every game, they posted sighns in support of the team and for the basketball season, they sold pennants to students at- tending the games. The Boosters Club members cheered at all the games and were a great help to the cheerleaders. H3 ,yr Row 1 - N. Milligan, S. Wfatt, L. Lake, S. Metzelaar, Row 2 - Mrs. Sellers, D. Metzelaar, A. Tow, P. Dakin, D. Coma, K. Bnughman, P. Katana, D. Mattinelli, K. Moore. F.H.A. Aspiring homemakets at Franklin entered into many Fu- ture Homemakers of America ac- tivites, which included speakers at their meetings, a spring fashion show and several field trips. Their service projects were. holding a Valentine Tea for women faculty members and repairing chemistry lab aprons. Selling candy bars was their money raising project. Fire Q . Marshalls These boys, under the direction of Mt, Volberg, helped organize the students in the required monthly fire drills. Quick evacua- tion of the building was stressed by the members. V S1 j. Clements, L. Pierce, Mr. Volberg, J. Paulisick, B. Glunt. J. Boyce, B. Kemerer, T. Ries, L. Baker, Mr. Volberg, jenkins, Bryune. .or :L In .l".l 0 .I '0.:...'l'q 0' ' I Stage Crew The Stage Crew is very impor- tant to any high school produc- tion. These boys are responsible for allubehind the scene-"activities which are neccessary to make any play effective and successful. Chess Club The Chess Club under the sponsor- ship of Mr. Chamberlin consists of boys who find enjoyment in playing chess. Each gives his activity periods to play. Rowl - R. Wright, P. Lucey, T. Lang, M, Floyd,j. Spruance, R. Parkins. Row2 - B. F. Lake, S. Sellers, Carrera, M. Lynch, Kuhns, D. jackson, R. Skcna. Row 3 - T. Sullivan, R. King, F. Palmieri, P. Alrich. Commercial Club A new club here at Franklin is the Commer- cial Club. Sponseted by Mrs. Poremski, the clubs officers arejackie Elkin, pres. Bonnie Fol- ino, V-pres, Kathy Houston, Treasurer, and Mi- chelle LeCuyer, secretary. The club had several guest speakers on such subjects as good groom- ing, etiquette, business schools, and the career in secretarial work. Omcerr - Michelle LeCuyer, Scegjackie Elkin, Pres., Kathy Houston, Trea. Bon- nie Folino, V. Pres. Row 1 - L. Bush. N. Moore,-I. Elkin, C. Huclak, L. Defalco, V. Earll, M. LeCuyet, L. Restauri, G. Pons, S. Saksek, Mrs. Poremski. Row2 -J. Persin, M. A. L:1wrence,j. Wontich, P. Anzur,j. Pisone, K. Houston, B, Ankeney,j. Marts, N. P1idgett,S. Lindsey, F. Duca. Rowj - B. Foloni, B. Hahn, L. Sche- tler, S. Ford, S. Steele, P. Brenneman, C. Regrut. C. -jobe,j. Lnvrich, D. Yuhns, C. Kilpmrrick. Rau'-1 - D. I-Iornyak, S. Watt, A. Tow, D. Sugh, M. Za- tuzalo, C. DeMi1rio, N. Hudson. B. Painter, B. Kramer, Van Horn, L. Shaw. I I5 Glee Club Qffcerr - Mark Deane, President, Debbie Demar. Secretary-Trcisurerg john Lynch, Chairman l Glee Club is for those students who enjoy singing but cannot fit chorus into their regular school schedule. They practice during activity periods and participate in the choral assemblies and concerts. Row I - N. Xlifoodworth, R. Scorgie, C. Christopher, K. Houston, L. Restauri, M. LeCuyer. R. Perry, S. jones, N. Moore. M. Seiler,-1. Zimmerman, B. Mauro, E. Silvis. D. Dc-mar, D. Geiger. S. Erbe, K. DeSantis. Row? - C. Flasher, M. Ludowski. C. Darrow, B. Leslie, S. Barnhart, V. Schafer, D. Fara- baugh,-J. Flinn, M. Flinn, E. Cline, K. Raymond, M. Gebrosky, V. Schurr, C. Wfatson, Mrs. Ference. Rau' 5 - S. English, S. Waigstziff. C. Risnoe, B. Kersten, C. Spingler, D. Sleigh, K. Reubel, D. DiMario,j. Hauser. C. Lichtenfels, C. Stetson, L. Remic, C. Spear,j. Gray, S. Spewock. Raw4 -J. Orris, M. LeCuyer,.I. Lynch, L. Baker,j. Merck. G. Taylor, A. Nahr,j. Hykes, R. Mawer. B. Visnick, L. Nagoda. M. Sechkler, G. Leohnert. Raw5 - D. Mari- nelli. R. Bullock, G. Bassett, R. Phillips, H. Klaus. G. Grindle, K, Blaugher, B. Skena, D. LeCuyer, R. XVLIII, G. Rubrighr, C. Kennedy, C. Tellin, P. Zaccari. R11u'6 -j.'Iankovik, C. Szalanczy, M. Dukovich, G. Grubich, M. Deane, S. Thompson, T. Mamel, C. Daugherty, R. Pees. P. Kurshinski, D. Freeman. Piano Club R R A new organization at Franklin, the Piano Club, sponsored by Mrs. Ference, is for students who enjoy playing the piano. Most of their meetings were devoted to the study of pieces by dif- ferent composers. l Rau' I - R. Perrynl. Taylor, T. Mamel.-I. Merck, D. DiMaria. K. Ruebel. Ronan? - V. Schafer. K. DcSan- tis, C. Tellin. M. Sheckler, M. Stetson, L. Remic, M. LeCuyer. D. Demar, V. Schurr. Ariilriiivss 3,3014-x i P' f' A blacksmith once took in a dog, who had asked if he could have a bone and make liimselfuseful, promising to do all sorts ofhelpful things aroundthe smithi' But while the blacksmith hammered away at his metal, the dog sleptg and when ht' sat down to dinner, the dog woke up and wagged his tail "You lazy Curl" said the disgusted blacksmith, tossing him a bone, "You sleep through all the noise of the anvilibut wake up at the first clatter ofdishesf' Iifllou' 5r1n1'w1f,i' mmf mntribnte fo lllalkd' the group ef1n'cwz'ox1f Illftlllfllmll I0 fbt',Yfll'll6'I1l body. Band Q A L . .. Q ' Rau' I - M. Skena,j. Kudray, B. Paulisick, R. Faulk, C. Sowash, B. Sexton, B. Powell, N. Gtden, C. Sexton, E. Cline, L. Danko,,I. Winters, B. Liven- good. Rou'2 - L. Dickson, S. Frost,j. Gressman, B. Tylevski, XV. Loveday, M. Gebrosky. M. Hood, B. Reese, L. Marshall, L. Beilstein, M. Humes, R. Faukesul. Vickroy. Rong? - M. Rensel, R. Dietrickml. Flarrity,,I. Moore, E. Pass, C. Kietrick, S. Sharpe, M. Gillis, L. Litta. B. Hykes. Row4 - B. Del- issio, R. Kecnanul. Keenan,-J. Chernega, G. Stokum, G. Ridout, L. Nagoda, M. Balest, D. Tylevski, M. Witsoit, Row 5 - M, Pitzer,j. Brunning, T. Caywood, D. Menk, D. Gamblin, Hykes. The Franklin Regional Panther Band is under the direction of Mr. Don- ald Green and student director,james Winters. The Band presented preci- sion drills at all of the football games, and pre-game shows at all of the home football games. The band also performed at the student pep rallies, many community affairs, and the annual Stadium Review. Besides march- ing presentations, the band performed in the Christmas and Spring Con- : g g certs. The highlight of the year for the band and its members was marching in the Thanksgiving Day Parade in Pittsburgh. S-1 t A X 'Q- X! r- a-+- .Lip Mr. Green: Director 0-.- Oi Q-D G- . Q' it i ft' nf-A A PM oo.-5... Q, 1 Oqi+"+-f-'fo XF' T . .ebb 3:5 , . n D Z Q. O' f---Q A r U ,4 5 I - 'O iv ra 4 U 'f ' n-. . i C ,- gr? ' I X - vi Ed Pass, Assistant Student Director, jim Wfinters, Student Director. II8 Row 1 - D. Freemanhl. Winters, C. Dietrick, D. Tulasky, E. Pass. Row 2 - W. Loveday, D. Roberts, B. Roberts, J. Miller, B. Livengood, l W. Poole, D. Allshouse,j. Chcmcga. Color Guards Dance Band SQ A L Lake, P. Keith, C. Radford, K. Baughman, C. Hudak, L. Daly. .gig Chorus Rau' l - E. Rubright, L. Garry, L, Resrauri, M. LeCuyer, D. Meyer, D. Delcorto, S. VC'agsraff, D. Demar. C. Spear, R. Perry, V. Schafer, R. Wzitt, V. Schurr, B, jones, M. Lukowslci, L. Remic, Row 2 - Mrs. Ferencewl. Hauser, S. English, C. Silvis, C. Flasher, L. Vance, K. Blotzer, M. Horenslcy, D. Bziughrngin. L. Gilg,j. Kichler, M. Gebrosky, K. Grzlnrz, L. Kochugz. P. Keith, S. Spewock. Rouf3 - M. Simpson, B. Major, S. Loveday, S.jones, M. Cooper, C. Kennedy. C. Tellin, S. Ruhriglxt, P. Zarcari, M. Schkler. M. Szlbo.-I, Climer.j. Gray, M. Coleman, M. Stetson. Row 4 - L. Knepper, D. Gei- ger, D. Dimnriipj. Lynch, P. Phillips,j. Merck,j. Taylor, A. Nrihr, M. LeCuyer, M. Dame, S. Thompson, T. Mamel,j. Hykes, M. Dukovich, C. Sza- lpinczy, K. Desanris. Rau- 5 - M. Frye, S. Arbe, P. Vlfilson, G, Leonard, L. Baker, H. Klaus,j. Orris, D. Marinelli. G. Grindle, C. Blover, S. Sellers, G. Shevichik. P. Kurshinski, jankovilc, B. Lohmann. Under the guidance of Mrs. Ference, this year's chorus worked long hours in preparation for their appearances. Early in the fall, the chorus entertained at the Golden Agers Club. At Christmas and in the spring, they joined with the Glee Club and junior High Cho- rus in providing music to cele- brate the season BOYS' DOUBLE QUARTET - Row! - M. Dame, 5. jankovik, j. omg. H. Klaus, R. Bullock, D. Marinelli. Rau-'2 -j. Lynch, C. Szalanczy, M. IrCuyer, R. Phillips, G. Bassett. Mrs. Ference, Linda Remic, Accompanists. SENIOR TRIPLE TRIO Row I - K. Gramz, M. LeCuyer, V. Schurr, D. Demar. Row 2 - D. Delcorto,j. Foighr, D, Meyer, L. Geary, C. Spear. -IUNIOR CANTA BLAIRES Row! - K. Blorzer, M. Horcnsky. L.Gi1g, B. Major, Row2 -J. Climar, C. Watson, K. Baughmanhl. Gray, S. Loveday. SOPHOMORE GIRL9' CHORUS GROUP Row I L Nagoda, C. Tellin, C. Kenedy, S. Spewock, S. Erbe, D. Destanris, M. Schekler, Row2 - M. Coo- per, M. Frye, D. Geiger, G. Leonard, L. Knepper, S. jones. Rau' 3 - N. Grden, M. Stetson, M. Snbo, P. Wilson, P. Zacharri, S. Rubrighr. I2l unior Class Pla im I 4sf?NAi YEA gf UT Q "We'd declare war on Monday, be vanquished Tuesday, and rehabilitated beyond our wildest dreams by Friday night." "Would you give me your favor to carry?" "All right - it's a bomb." .pg 5 l 1 2 I u F a s ga gief vga' "The Mouse Thar Roared" was pres- ented as the junior class play. A large casr contributed to the overwhelming success of the production. Cary Spear was Queen Gloriana and Edwin Ridout played Tully Baskom. The play was highlightedby the appmrance of many humorous characters in hilarious situations. The play was di- rected by Mr. Plischke and Miss Hughes. v. p 3. gif v - , sm tiff - ' Q '51 " -Q A 1, .. Q? ,lf ' 5 s I ll " P Q M' ! ' A x XVhat could you do with such a tiny - I mean as a practical matter? s Senior Play The Senior class presented "Father of the Bride" as its play this year. A large cast, under Miss Hughes, at- tempted to portray the typical confusion in the house of the bride to be. Their efforts were rewarded by a ca- pacity attendance each night. It was said to be one of the best plays in Franklin's history. "What thc heck is going on here." "Well you see, Mr, Banks, I think marriage is i sacred." "Miss Kay don't know no Babbette "I told him not to take anorher one of those pills A.F.S. Student It seems just like yesterday that I was saying good-bye to my Eimily and friends and boarding the plane which was to take me many thousands of miles to the United States. Now a ycxir has gone by and it is time once again to board the plane and return to my homeland ofNew Zealand. This year at Frank- lin has been such a happy one for me that it is with a feeling of sadness that I prepare to leave. However, I will always remember the past twelve months, the friendliness of students and teachers, the kindness of the community and the warmth of my host family, the Bassetts. My stay here was made possible by the American Field Service. This is truly a wonderful organiza- tion, as it helps promote international good will and thereby improves the peaceful relations between countries. I hope that everyone at Franklin will continue to support this organization and the very able A. F. S. committee which you have in this community. This year has certainly been a great experience for me. and I know that it has done much to broaden my outlook and learn more about the United States. I will take this knowledge back with me and pass it on to my fellow Counttymen so they will understand better just what life over here is like. If any of you get the opportunity to travel, I do urge you to come to New Zealand, as I am sure you would find your visit worthwhile. I would like to say thank you to everyone of you for making this year at Franklin such a happy and rewarding one. You can be sure that I will never forget it. Best of Luck "Kia Tamatane" Alan Reeves American Field Scholar New Zealand, 1966-67 1 The New Zealand XVM Cry "Kin Wfhnka rikn Ilkllu "I assure you Mr. Banks, Buckingham will take care of every thing." Alun talks with brorher Guy in library. A very imcnrive student enioying American Lit. 7 P as gpvmanni-v1 Y il : V ' ,, Qs. :.tf,11,ef QEiAfiQ..,-s 1V':..1?e5:E.LiE'Q1e " . swzl.-f'.i Marsha crowned by Student Council President. joe Rupert. May Day Spring came to Franklin bringing with it May Day and the annual May Day festivities. Marsha Phillips reigned as the 1966 May Queen and she was crowned by Student Council President, joe Rupert. The Queen's attendants were Beverly Cole, Nancy Loh- man,-Janice DeZanet, and Judy Grable, Seniorsg Len- ore Lavrich and Karen Braun, ,Iuniorsg and Nancy Phillips and Betty Lohman, Sophomores. The court was entertained by songs and dances with an "Around the World" theme. The Queen and her court: lej? to rigbf: Nancy Phillips, Lenore Luvrich, Beverly Cole,j:1nice DeZ.unet. Marsha Phillipsxludy Grimble, Nancy Loh man, Karen Bntun, Betty Lohman. NANCY PHILLIPS escorted by 'IIM s 5 -n , 2 I if ,fr 1 K .,Vf .pq - BETTY LOHMAN escorted bv DAN PERRY. CORNALI. ' LENORE LAVRICH escorted by RON ANKENY. KAREN BRAUN escorted by LEE FRAZIER. 1WI1Ii0l'CIfCS perform routine to N "Tequilu." xv-a1. As we finished, we looked upon our castle as n wonderful accom- plishment. Tired but happy, we eagerly awaited the prom evening we had planned and worked for so hard. QQ 77 Camelot That evening as we came into our castle over Z1 wooden draw- bridge and were greeted bye court jesters, our efforts for a "Camelot" atmosphere had truly been realized. as me , gt, VQMQQ, Q X. I I 04x5- N, ..,N, .lr gl unior Prom Homecoming 1 . . a MICHELLE IcCUYER LENORE LAVRICH KATHY MCHUGH QUEEN . -.-Q, DEBBIE CORNA JUDY FOIGHT 'A ' ,J , I ' - ..,, Q 'Q-an-4-me-1, ,-vm I ugh.- ": N-f A ' Michelle is first presented to thc crowd. One warm afternoon a hare was making fun of the tortoise because he was so slow, The tortoise laughed, and said he would beat the hare any time he wanted. "Come on," said the hare "and I'll show you what kind of runner I am!" They decided to race to the forest, a mile or so away. The tortoise started off' at once, at his steady paceg but the hare said hoastfully, "I think I'Il take a little nap first, I've plenty of time to spare." But when the hare woke up, the sun was setting in the west, and though he raced to the edge ofthe forest as fast as he could go, he found the tortoise there before him. "Slow and steady wins the pace." Although Franklin nary not b6',I'Ill't'tf1'.Vfl! in .-1ll,ywrr,r. we atlempt and win Illdllj rlnzflezzgifzg zznzfrfuaf. 44 l Cheerleaders eg Kneeling - M. Mclviunn. K. Meig K. Mc!-Iughg P. Daking Standing - N. Benteg B. Stevensg D. Coma. . ' 1 H t- ...I-gh X K . eff. . . f qi,-6 'w2'r"'g:i5f '1 ik. - - . A , f 1 .-G 3 ' km BARBARA STEVENS NANCY BENTE XVhere our team is, there are the vibrant cheerleaders of Frank- lin. The squad, with its peppy, well-practiced cheers provides the fire behind our school spirit. Throughout the summer the girls, sponsored by Miss Yothers, spend much time learning and perfect- ing cheers to back our football and basketball teams. KATHLEEN MCHUGH DEBBIE CORNA ..,a.-wt .:y, - ,,,, up W W f ffvf, 1. 11- .i.f-def:-az. mum CARY SPEAR . PRISCILLA DAKIN This year a panther mascot was a new addition seen on the football field. The black panther you saw was senior Cary Spear. The idea was thought of and carried through by the cheerleaders in an effort to en- hance school spirit. KATHY MEI MARY MCMUNN Pantherettes if, ti ' . A l - . lfwwl Nancy Phillips, Rita Baker. Judy Foight, Sue Delissio, Linda Geary, Lynnctte Vfilliams, Pam Ambrose, Betty Lohmann. The high-stepping Pantherettcs i under captain Nancy Phillips and co-captain Betty Lohmann high- lighted the tbothall games with many fancy dance routines. After practicing with the band during Au- gust, they marched with them at all football gtmes, ptmdes. and pep rallies. Once again, the Panthcrettes played a big part in the Annual Sta' dium Review. The Panthcrettes this year continued their traditional prac- tice of making candied apples to sell at the football and basketball games in order to buy iackcts. Co-mptahr. Betty Lohmann Gqbmin, Nancy Phillips Maj orettes ' i X , g . : g TI? Q Z i Karen Grantz, Carol Watwn, Cheryl Spangler, Lcnore Lavrich, jenny Van Dyke, Cindie Orris, Leslie Townsend, The lively Majorettes under captain Lenore Iavrich and Co- captain Karen Grantz entertain- ed at the football games with their precise and colorful march- ing drills. The Majorettes also performed in fine co-ordination at pep-rallies and the annual Sta- dium Review. These girls could be found at all games and par- ades performing energetically after many long hours of prac- tice. Our Majorettes were inde- fatigable in their attempts to represent Franklin Regional at its best. 3 ' , WUI 2 l n fjzi 1 CO-CAPTAIN, KAREN GRANTZ. CAPTAIN, LENORE LAVRICH Football gr -x .alf- 13,53 Ca.nl1r.r.' Mr. McCormick. Mr. Cowan. Mr. Onder. Mr. Eyles ,.R. Rafi' I K. Buzzard, M. Rebbe, XV. Calder, G. Moore, D. Thomas. L. Frazier, R. I-Iowells,j. Grindlc, B. Livengood, R. Phillips, D. Nagle. Row 2-I. Winters, F. Ree C. Curtis,j. Tr:1bucco,j. Ptziszkiewicz. A. Omvec. M. Xifzitr, T. Bcbar. B. Vcnch, Bjollqston, P. BrurQrrg. Rozy .3 Grosscrgj. Drnievich. L. Ruof,j. Katana,j. P sone, Homme. R. Tower, T. Marshall. B. Trc-nr.j. Clierepkoal. Ardisson. Row-4 P. Dorrenzo, R. Restauri, M, Dukovich, M. Lloyd, S. Weeks, W. Pool, D. Turk P. Krushinksi, M. Giiiner, D. Miller. Kuhns. Rau' S D. w'LllkCf, C. Price, R. Ncigh. Grindle, D. Rhodes. G. Grindle, Clcndcnin. I36 Although facing many obstacles, our fighting Panther football team approached the 1966-67 season with much courage and anticipation. The boys began practice during August under the coaching of Mr. Eyles, Mr. Cowan, Mr. McCor- mick, and Mr. Onder, only to find that on the average, they were underweight. This was one of the main hindrances during the season which quite possibly caused our six game losing streak. However, the Panthers had a comeback, and won the last three games, and had its first shut-out in Franklinis history. "Did you say tackle?" -V 1- V+ ,lx S5555 gl "We just wercn't comfortable on the bench." nfs "Let me, Coach. please?" fum i f' ee, F ,Mb A T There were .xlvx ns moments of Concern FRHS Opp Trafford . . . Apollo . . Plum ..... Kittanning . Richland. . . Hampton . . Turtle Creek Ligonier . . . Knock .... Le! A happy crowd cheers as they new the action on the field Rlgbl Dont ask me why Coach I lust did ,Q T A 4" X i .J ,, . Q ,. .5 5 Q., f . En. " . I ,E M fb 1.1 fx 'Lug ' ' ,, ik. , ,VW Q ' Ag. asf' 4 , a gl, If ,Q -fi . I39 'N YQ ??Qn TOM ARDISSON PAUL BRUNING KEN BUZZARD "1 tell you ir's my ball." WAYNE CALDER 'sf E W, iii Q W ' . M , Q Lg -' 'L+ ,,,m gg an- A V Y' w e-E ' sf ' Q ' fy ,'., : N" b N ' :ahh ix ' sa ,NS W. :K 5. .Eg A ,iw A I -. .QA Q " if K JIM DRNJEVICH LEE FRAZIER JOHN GRINDLE A 5 55-1, 2 gg -., 1- K E ' . - Asif?- , ' ' S ' 5 M Alb? T , V t fugg L M 'R S 1. W 5:15 . . MQ A . A 3 ,Q 5 gf RE-was 'J , A qw. , In un I k V .,g,g+- Hin' Q " .wif5,x,g,+. -ww, jpg, w WN f ,gl I. QQ '- :Z QV . .,.i.'4,'Q?i3-,SQZQZF , K1 A -1' zu, 55"5"'pf5!'F-- V" X, r , . Q5f39'm' EgPg ' 'Y ' f -1 Q5 YIFSQSYQ. ir 1 i my g g A .yx f i' -.M 1' l fw --:Q f. " -15 - "ffl"Q?H2iff'fH "- - .N'H , ROGER HONWELLS BRUCE LIVENGOOD GARY MOORE DAVE NAGLE MIKE ROBBE LEO RUOF DON THOMAS 'IIM XYIINTERS -1 1 W' ' C" 1 Q, L or s -'x Basketball After many weeks of training our basketball team, coached by Mr. Onder and Mr. Orlic, fin- ished the year with a 5-13 record. Each Tuesday and Thursday night the boys played the nearby class B schools in many exciting games. As the year ended, many boys awaited the awarding of letters. MR. ONDER and MR. ORLIC Rou-' I - j. Howard,j. Ptaszkiewicz, D. Kcslar, C, Curtis,-I. Trabucco. Row 2 - R. Ankeney, B,-Johnston, K. Weeks, P. Bruning,j. Ferguson, Mr. Ondcr I43 JOHN FERGUSON WILLIAM JOHNSTON JOSEPH TRABUCCO """F I I RICHARD KESLAR JOHN PTASZKI EWICZ RONALD ANKENEY JAY HOWARD ,L , PAUL BRUNING CHARLES CURTIS KENNETH XVEEKS , .Kia X HV. Y if -r:,,?'? J W- - 1 -,L s f 5? i A al gg af No w X Ei , ,Q ...qua K Row! - B. Young, S. Weeks, H. XVciland, D. Byron, M. Dukovich, P. Krushinski,j. Bush. Row2 - Mr. Orlic, A. Orvac, K. Chadwick, D. Tarko, M. Gainerf C. Price. Boilom kj? to top - M, Ncmanic Hauser, B. Wilson, M. Snbo, K. Piper, L Kncpper, D. Gicgcr, C. Kennedy. Q 5 V ! I v ng , i W . ! I47 Wrestling Row I - C. Shrock, R. Dietrichkl. Spruance, E. Pfeiffer,-Ljones, P. Sailley.-I. Stevens,-I. Grindlc, M. Seigal, Row2 - G. Bartlett, B. Poole, R. Ferguson, J. Hill, M. Watt. C. Chismar, D. Roberrshj. Lynch, T. McKay, T. Umak. Rowj - Mr.jacobs,j. Pisone, D. Thomas, E. Byrne,j. Hykes, B. Lee, C. Wei- land. Gnndle, R. Wright, Kosaic, Mr. Puschnigg. The wrestling team under the spon- sorship of Mr. Puschnigg and Mr. Ja- cobs was a newcomer in varsity athletics This past winter. After long hours of practise, the team pinned many oppo- nents. As years go by, and experience is gained, Franklin can hope for a better record. CHARLES CHISMAR JOHN GRINDLE T . J" ll? JEFF HILL MARK SEIGAL JERRY KOSIC l48 , fff "Know any other fancy dances? Gee, ir's nor the end ofthe world, fellows." "Do you feel that the world is crushing you? "Now, if only I had another arm." Rifle Team -iii' I 'W I 3 'I il l i-Y 1 L f Kngeiing - J. Miller, D. Wilson,-I. jankovic, D. Chisnell, G. Golden, Standing - Mr. Srolenburg, B. Llyod, D. Ge- brosky,j. Gogenhening. L. DeCecco, R, Glunr, B. Bell, D. Sifford,-I. Mcfaque, D. I-Iilry, D. Kelly, C. Marrahus, Mr. Waskoskic. Once again, the rifle team enjoyed a successful but hard working year under the guidance of Mr. Waskoskie and Mr. Srolcenberg. BILL BELL JOHN -IANKOVIK DAVID CI-IISNELL JOHN MCCAGUE ' ,. W N, . N " 'A 1, - . .,. . V RON GLUNT JANE MILLER ' I I ' . , K , GREG GO-LDEN DENNIS WILSON I 50 Tennis Under the co-leadership of head coach Mr. Carl Stolten berg and assistant Mr. john Chamberlin, the team mem- bers worked hard for their victories. They were especial- ly proud of jeff Tower and joe Swartzel who were final- ists in the 1966 A. I. C. Dou- bles Championship. Row.l.' R. Tower. M. Seigelmj. Tower, J. Schwarzel, C. Sotak, G. 5-5. -.H Muller, B. johnsron. Rau .2 Mr Stoltenburg, B. Bell, Silvus, R. Wfright, T. Cooper, R. Skow, S. Frost, Mr. Chamberlin CRAIG SOTAK n ,--in BILL BELL MARK SEIGEL FRHS opp. Tarentum. Springdale St. joseph's Har Brack. Oakmont . Fox Chapel Churchill . Oakmont . Fox Chapel .... . . Churchill . DICK SKOW Stmzdirzgs Ellen Klotzbaugh, Kathy Houston, Mrs. Loveday, Mary Iacowslci, Marie Bolkavac, Donna DelCotta Sit- Iifzg: Nancy Shipley, Sharon Loveday, janet Climer, Lorraine Restauri Girl's Golf This year Girl's Golf was added to the competitive athletics. Twenty girls tried out for the team and prac- ticed on the lawn of the school next to the tennis courts under the direction of Mrs. Loveday. Through the generosity ofthe Murtysville Golf Club the girls were able to practice and compete this fall. The team is looking forward to next fall when hopefully some other schools in the area will realize the worth of this program and field a team for competition. "A swing and a hit should do it The girls wait their turns. Standing - R. Howells, L. Frazier, A. Noble, E. Rudolph, D, Kashurba, C, Wade, P. Lucey, Kneeling - D. Elston, B. Vcach, P. Anderson, and C. Wolfmm. Boy's Golf 7 1 U . sf. - X :S LEE FRAZIER Our golf team enjoyed an- other successful but hard work- ing season under the coaching of Mr. Eyles. ROGER HOWELLS TOM MASTORVICH Sitting: F. Skena, D. Cornali, R. Phiel, C. Kreidovsky, B. Kcmerenj. Ptaslciewicz, M. Lanlccs, B. McCullough, L. Caine,-I. Homce. Stamiing: R. Wessel Mr. Kelly, T. Bc-bar. vl. Tmbucco, L. Lanyon. E. XVashbum, XV, Keough, G. Kemerer, Riley, Borrz, Mr. Ambrose. 'just sign on the seams" Baseball Under the excellent coaching of Mr. Patrick Am- brose, the 1966 baseball team practiced long hours in preparation for the season. The team fought hard and well, providing the Franklin spectators with many memorable games. We are proud of the fine job our boys did. JIM Boarz BOB KEMERER CARL KREDOVSKY JOHN Homcta LARRY CAIN FRI-is OPP Plum ..... Wilemerding Gateway . . . Trafford . . . E. Pittsburgh Wilemerding Plum ..... Trafford I . I Turtle Creek E. Pittsburgh Turtle Creek Gateway . . . l t MR. SASALA - Head Conch Track An addition was made last year to Franklin's cavalcade of sports with the organization of the track team. Under the su- pervision of Mr. Saszila and Mr. Hummel, the boys began their vigorous training in March. The thirty-eight man team made a fine record of five wins and three losses. Proven a successful spring sport with our students, it is anticipated that track at Franklin will become bigger and better as time goes on. Team Rau' I -J. Winters,J. Lynch, B, Livengood, D. Allshouse,-I. Rupert, B. Marshall. Row 2 - C. Kreiser.-I. Boyce, C.jones,j. Funk, K. Buzzard. -I. Steven, C. Curtis, D. Stokum. Rowj - B. Young. B. Anderson, B. Phillips, F. Delissio, G. Heider, W. Calder, G. Moorekl. Schake. Row4 - Mr. Sasaln. G. Mndison,j. McCauge, G. Hurst,j. Ferguson, B. Carnahan, R. Bullock, M. Watt, B. Spangler. Row 5 - E. Visniclc, K. Weeks, R. Ankeney, B. Moult, P. Bruning. Ron Ankeney and Rick Bullock "Pass the peg." Bmce Livengood, Wayne Calder, jim Winters. "Get on your mark . . . Get ser . . . Go! DAVE ALLSHOUSE GARY HURST JOHN LYNCH KEN WEEKS JOHN MCCAGUE BILL ANDERSON PAUL BRUNING 7 1,1 lfilliliif 53.53652 3345 E Row I - -I. Winrcrs,j. Lynch, B. Livengood, D. Allshousc, B. Marshall. Row 2 - C. Kreiscr, Bovce, B. Anderson, G. Hursr, R. Bullock, K. Buzzard, W. Calder Y ff P. Brunning, T. Ardisson. Rowj --I. McCaguc, K. Weeks, R. Ankcncy,j. Fcrgu: jim Wfinrers jumps into the water. Son- G- Moore- Clcndcnln- Since we entered the Senior High School, we have not only been given the opportunity to train our minds but also our bodies. Franklin has acquired in the past three years, a new baseball field, football field, and tennis court. The school has also organized a wrestling team. The Class of 1967 would like to thank those who made these facilities possible. fb Ahltedtsenrenia I! Pita ,x 7 Q? Once there was a great rivalry among the beasts, each one claiming to have the largest family. Finally the dis- puring beasts came to the lioness, and said, "Queen Lion- ess, how many children do you have at a birth?" "Only one!" growled the lioness, "But that one is a lion." "Quality before quantity." We strived to ge! support from the superior efnzbliflaments in our l'0771771Il!1fQ'. 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'1'rack3 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12: Newspaper Staff 12: Prom Committee 11: junior Class Play 113 Yearbook Staff 123 Officials' Club 93 Spanish Club. ANKENEY, RONALD Football 10, Ill Basketball 9, 10, 11, 123 Track 9, 11. 123 Prom Committee 113 Class Officer QVice Pres.j IO. 12: Officials' Club 9. ANZUR, PATRICIA A. Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 123 Boosters' Club 11, 123 Yearbook Staff 123 Newsgr- per Staff 123 Chorus 123 Commercial Club 12: Library Club 93 Drama Club 93 Officials' Club 10. ARDISSON, THOMAS Football 10, 11, l2Q Track 11, 121 Prom Committee113 Intmmumls 9, 10, 11, 123 junior Class Play 113 Newspaper Staff: Officials' Club 9. ATKINSON, MARY ANN BALOGA, EDXVARD P. BARNI-IART. SUSAN IRENE Intramurals 9, 10, 11. 123 Officials' Club: Spanish Club3 Prom Committee 11: F.T.A.3 Chorus: Tri-Hi-Y. BARTELS, PATRICIA ANN Homeroom OfGcer QPres.b 93 Intramurals 9, 10, 11. BASSETT. j. GUY Yearbook Staff 123 Prom Committee 11: junior Class Play 11. BATTAGLIA. DENNIS RAY BECK, LINDA SUE BELAK. MARGARET ELLEN Intramurals 9, 11, 123 Newspaper Staffllg Tri-Hi-Y 11, 123 National Thespi- an Society 12: French Club 9 QPres.j, 11, 123junior Class Play 11: Children's Play 10, I11 Prom Committee 11. BEILSTEIN, VERNA MARIE Homeroom Ofhcer lPres.j 9, fVice Pres.j ll, Newspaper Staff 10, 11, 12 QArt Editorj3junior Class Play 113 Prom Committee 11: Children's Play 113 National Thespian Society 11, 123 Future Nurses ofAmeric1 IO, Intramurals 9, ro, Il, 12. BELL, DONNA LEE F.T.A. 10, 11, 12: Boosters' Club 11. 123 Prom Committee 113Student Coun- cil 9: Tri-I-Ii-Y 11: F.H.A. 11, BELL, VUILLIAM Rifle Team 10, 11, 12: Tennis Team 10, 11, IZ, Chess Club 11, 123 Prom Committee 113 Track 93 Science Club 93 Varsity Club 11, 12. . BENTE, NANCY LEE S Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10, 11, 12: Boosters' Club 11. 123 F.T.A. 10, 11, 121lr1tr11mLmllS 11, 12:junior Class Play 11: French Club 113 National Thespian Society 12: Cheerleader 11, 12. BIRDSEYE, SUSAN LEES junior Class Play 113 Boosters' Club 11. BORTZ. jams Officials' Club 9: Baseball 10. 11, 12, BOYCE, jAMES Football Il: Track 11, 123 junior Class Play 113 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12, Varsity Club 12. BRAUN, KAREN LEAH May Court 10, 113Tri-Hi-Y 10, 123 Dance Committee IO, Majorette 11:jun- ior Class Play ll: Intramurals 113 Prom Committee ll, Boosters' Club 11, 12: Student Council 12. , Q BROOME, BARRY I Football 11: Class Officer tPres.j 9: Basketlsull 9, 10. BRUNING, A. PAUL Football 10, 11, 12: B:u:ketball9, 10. 11, 12: Track9, 11, 123 Varsity Club 10, 11. QPres.I 123 National Honor Society 11, 123 Officials' Club 9: Class Officer fPres.1 12: junior Class Play 113 Prom Committee 11. BULLOCK. RICHARD BRUCE Football-10, 11: Intramurals 9. 10. II, 123Track 9, 11. 123Chess Club 11. 12. BURN, jAMES BUSH, LINDA MARIE Tri-Hi-Y: Boosters' Club 10, 11, 12: Newspaper Staff 11. l2:junior Class Play 1 l: Intramurals 10. 11. 12: Chorus 91 Library Club 9: Commercial Club ll. BUZZARD. KENNETH Football 10, 11, 12: Homeroom Officer qPres.1 9: Track 11. 123 Officials' Club 9l,lUl1i0l' CILISS Play tTechnical Directory 111 Varsity Club ll, 12: In- itramurals 9, 10, 11, 12. ' CAIN, LAXVRENCE Varsity Club 11, 123 Intramurals 9, 10, 11. 12: May Day 11: Baseball 9, 10,11, 12: Student Council 9. CALDER, XVAYNE A. Football 10, 11. 123Tmck 9, 11. 12:junior Class Play 113 Basketball 9, 10, 123 Prom Committee 11: Intramurals 9. 10, 11. 12: Ofhcials' Club 9: Band 9. CALISTI, EDWARD ' Football 10, 11, 123 Drama Club 93 Varsity Club 12. CARTER, DENIS CAVADA, ROY CHISNELL, DAVID C. Varsity Club 11, 123 Rifle Team 10, 11, 12: Prom Committee Ilg Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 123 Drama Club 93 Math Club 12. CHIZMAR, CHARLES Track 93 Intramurals9, 10. 11, 12: Football 10: Wrestling Team 123 Astrono- my Club 9. CHRISTOPHER, CAROL ANN Chorus 93 Art Club 9: Intramurals 9. 113 F.T.A. 10, 11, 123 Newsplper 11, 123 Boosters' Club 11, 123 Glee Club 123junior Class Play 113 Homeroom Officer QSec -Treas.j Il. CLENDENIN, jOHN C. Football 10, 11, IZ, Truck 9, 11, 123junior Class Play 11: Varsity Club 123 Officials' Club 93 Prom Committee Il: Intramurals 10, II, 12. COLLIER, LOUIS THOMAS CORDNER, LUCILLE F. Dmma Club: Boosters' Club 10, 123 Girls' Varsity Club 10, 113 Tri-Hi-Y 11. 123 junior Class Play 113 Intramurals 11, 12: F.T.A. 11: Swim Team 11. CORNA, DEBORAH ANNE Prom Committee 113 Cheerleader 9, Il, 123 Boosters' Club 11, 123 Tri-I-Ii-Y 11, 123junior Class Play 113 F.H.A. 123 Intramumls 9, 10, 11, 123 Drama Club 93 Homecoming Court 12. CORNA, jAMES Intramurals 9, 11. COURTER, IOHN Math Club 113 junior Class Play 11g Intramurals 11. CZYZEXVSKI, ROBERT DAKIN, PRISCILLA A. Boosters' Club 10. 11, 123 Prom Committee 113junior Class Play 113 Nation- al Thespian Society 12: Cheerlcider 10, 11. 123 Intmmuntls 9, 10, 11, 12: Tri- Hi-Y 10. II, 12. DALY, LYNNE FRANCES Arr Club 93 Homeroom Officer QSec.-Treas.j 123 Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12: Prom Committee 11: Color Guard QCaptainj 123 Pantlierette ll, May Ury 113 Boosters' Club 113 Intramurals 9, 10. 11, 121 F.H.A. 10, 11, 12, DALY. RICHARD junior Class Play 113 Student Council QPres.j 12: May Day 113 Prom Com- mittee 113 Intramurals 10, 11, 12. DAVIS, HELEN LOUISE junior Class Play 113 Spanish Club 93 Boosters' Club 11, 121 Archery Club 11, 123 lntramumls 9, 10, 11, 12. DEANE, MARK ANTHONY Chorus 9, 10, 11, 123 May Day 10, 113 Prom Committee 113 County Chorus 9: Glee Club 123 Student Council 11. DEARDEN,jOSEPH ALBERT Intmmumls 9, 10, 11, 12. DELCOTTO, DONNA MARIE junior Class Play 113 Chorus 9, 10, 11. 123 Yearbook Staff 11, 123 Tri-Hi-Y 11, 123 Boosters' Club 11: Prom Committee 113 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12: National Thespian Society 12. DELISSIO, RENEE A. Tri-Hi-Y 11, 123 Newspaper Staff9, 11, 123 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 123 Boost- ers' Club 11, 123 Dante Committee 9: Chorus 93junior Class Play 113F.T.A. 12, Dance Committee Chairman 9. DELISSIO, SUSANNE ELIZABETH Tri-Hi-Y 11, 123 F.T,A. 11, 123 F.H.A. ll1IIIK1'21H1L'll'LLlS9,l0,Il,llQNCWSl1I- per Staff 113 Pantherette 12. DEMAR, DEBORAH jEAN Chorus 9, 10, ll. 12: Camera Club 113 junior Class Play 113 May Day 113 Boosters' Club 11, 12: National Thespian Society 11. DEMARIO, DAVID DIETRICK, CHARLES Band 9. 10, 11. 123 Dance Band 9. 10, 11, 12: Intramurals 93 Astronomy Club 9. DOVYAK. FRANK Chorus 12. , DRNIEVICH. jAMES Football 11. 121 Chess Club 93 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12. Dbifr. CLAUDIA L. Tri-Hi-Y 9. 10. ll. 12: French Club 123 Intramurals 12, DURBIN. THOMAS XV. Track 11, 123 Intramural Bowling II3 Archery Club 10: Stxinish Club 10, ll. DURST, KEN Track 9, 103 Basketball 9, 10. EARLL, NANCY JEAN Newspaper Staff'93Junior Class Play 113 Prom Committee 113 Maiorette IZ, Boosters' Club 11, 123 Tri-Hi-Y 113 Intramurals 12. EGLOFF, SUSAN M. Tri-Hi-Y 93 Intramurals 9, 10, 11: F.H.A. 93 Newspaper Staff 12. ELKIN, JACQUELINE Tri-I-IiaY 91 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 123 Junior Class Play II, Boosters' Club 123 Commercial Club fPres.J 121 Chorus 9. EMANUEL, MARY LOU Spanish Club 11, 123 Tri-Hi-Y 11, 12: Boosters' Club 11, 123 Intramurals II3 Cheerleader 9, 10, 11. FERGUSON, JOHN XYJILLIAM Student Council 9, IO, Basketball 9, 10, 11, 123 Football 113Track 9, 10, 11, 123 Varsity Club 11, 123 Prom Committee 113 Band 9. FINLEY, XVILLIAM Children's Play 11. FOIGHT, JUDITH GAY Junior National Honor Society 93 Triple Trio 9, 10, 11, 123 Newspaper Staff 9, 10, 113 Dance Committee 10, 123 County Chorus 93 Student Council 103 Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 123 Yearbook Staff 1 1, 123 Prom Committee 113Junior Class Play 113 Pantherette 12: Intramurals 9. 10, 11, 123 Homecoming Court I2- POLINO, BONNIE ELAINE Chorus 93 Spanish Club 93 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 123 Homeroom Officer 9, 10, IIQ Tri-Hi-Y II, Boosters' Club 11, 123 Yearbook Staff 123 Newspaper Staff 10, II, IZ, Commercial Club I2 QVice-Pres.J. FRAZIER, LEE RICHARD Football 11. 12: Track 9: Golf 10, 11, 123 Student Council fPres.J 93 Class OfficerQSec.-Treas.J103 Varsity Club fPres.J 12. ' FUNK, BARBARA Intramurals 9, 10, Il, 123Junior Class Play 113 Children's Play 113 Boosters' Club 113 Prom Committee 113 Dance Committee 113 Drama Club 93 News- paper Staff 123 Tri-Hi-Y 12. GEARY, LYNDA Intramurals 10, 11, 12gJunior Class Play 113 Boosters' Club 10, 11, 12: Prom Committee 113Junior Sextet 113 Homeroom Secretary Treasurer 123 Chorus 10, 11, 123 Pantherette 12. GEBROSKY, DAVID Intramurals 9. GEBROSKY, WILLIAM Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12. GEIGER, GLENN Football 10. GEIGER, JOHN Track 93 Rifle Team 123 Wrestling Team 12. GLUNT, RONALD H. Rifle Team 10, 11, 123 Varsity Club 11, 12. GOLDEN, GREGORY P. Rifle Team 10, 11, 123 Varsity Club 11, 12. GORTON, NANCY LYNNE Spanish Club II, 12. GRANTZ, KAREN LOUISE Chorus 9, 10, 113 Majorette 11, 12 QCcrCaptainJ3 Children's Play 113 Dance Committee 9, 10, 11. GRGURICH, JOSEPH GRINDLE, JOHN R. Football 10, 11, 123 Varsity Club 10, 11, 123 Homeroom Officer fPres.J 9, 11, 12, fVice-Pres.J 10: Track 9, 123 Wlrestling Team 123 Math Club 113 Offi- cials' Club 9. GRINDLE, RONALD E. Chess Club 113 Track Manager 11: Science Club 93 Intramurals 9. 10, 11, 12. GRUBICH, JOHN GARY Yearbook Staff II, I23 Art Club 93 Intramurals 9, IO, II, 123 Junior Class Play.113 Dance Band 10, 11, 12: Band 9, 10, 11,'123 Prom Committee 11. HAHN, BECKY L. Intramurals 10. 11, 123 Commercial Club 12. i-tArtR1s', DAVID Wrestling Team 312. HILL, ALBERTA C. Art Club 9: National Thespian Society 123 Prom Committee 113 Tri-Hi-Y 11, 123 Dance Committee 9, 10, 11, 123 National Honor Society 11, 123 Spanish Club I0. 11: Junior Class Play 113 Intramurals 9, 11, 12. HILL, JEFFREY L. Football 113 Baseball 10, l13Junior Class Play 113 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12. HILL, PATRICIA C. Intramurals 9, 10.. 11, 123 Officials' Club 103 Newspaper Staff 11,, 12. l HODSON, RUTH CAROL I F.T.A. 10, 11, 123 Officials' Club 103 Tri-Hi-Y 11, 123 Newspaper Staff 11,1 123 Boosters' Club 11, 123 Intramurals 10, II, Prom Committee ll. N I-IOMCE, JOHN Baseball 10, 11, 12. ' HOOPER, ALLAN C. Newspaper Staff 123 Prom Committee 11. Hoovlsn, JEANE Student Council 113 Spanish Club II, 123 Prom Committee 113 Art Club 93 Homeroom Officer 10 QVice-Pres.J3 Dance Committee 11, 12. HOOVER, RAY C. HORNYAK, DEBORAH JEAN F.H.A. 9, 103 Junior Class Play 113 Boosters' Club 123 Newspaper Staff 11, 123 Student Council IO, Commercial Club 12. HOUSTON, KATHY MARIE Tri-Hi-Y 11, 123 Boosters' Club 11, 123 Typing Staff 11, Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 123 Prom Committee 113Junior Class Play 113 Golf Team 123 Drama Club 9. HOWARD, JAY Math Club 113 Intramurals 9, I0, 11, 123 Junior Class Play 11. HOWELIS, ROGER Wrestling 123 Chorus 9, 10, 11, 123 Band 9, 10, 11, 123 Basketball 9, 10, 113 GolfTeam 10, 11, 123 Football 10, 11, 123 Varsity Club 11,123 Prom Com- mittee 113 Track 93 Homeroom Officer 9, 10, 12. HUDAK, CANDANCE ANNE Chorus 9, 123 Dance Committee 9, 10, 11, 123 Newspaper Staff 93 Tri Hi-Y 10, 11, 123 Homeroom Officer fPres.J 103 Boosters' Club 10, 11, 12, Student Council 11, 123 Junior Class Play, Prom Committee3 Color Guard 123 In- tramurals 9, 10, 11, 123 Student Council 12 fVice-Pres.J. HURST, GARY Track 11, 123'Chess Club 10, 113 Prom Committee 113 Astronomy Club 93 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 123 Varsity Club 12. JANKOVIK, JOHN JOSEPH Rifle Team 10, 11, 123 Chorus 10, 11, 123 Varsity Club 123 Stage Crew 9, 10, 11. JOBE, CHRISTINE K. Newspaper Staff 11, 123 Boosters' Club 10, Il, 123 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 123 Junior Class Play 11. JONES, BEVERLY JEAN Band 103 Intramurals 9, 10, 113 Homeroom President IO, Officials' Club 10, 113 F.T.A. 11, 123 Junior Class Play 113 May Day 113 Chorus 10, IL, 123 Boosters' Club 11, 122 Newspaper Staff 123 Tri-Hi-Y 12. I KARAS, KATHY ANN Intramurals 93 Newspaper 113 Junior Class Play 113 Drama Club 9. U KATANA, PATRICIA ANNE N Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12 fPres.J3 Boosters' Club 11, 123 F.H.A. 11, IZ, Intramurals 10, 113 National Thespian Society 11, 123 Student Council Secretary 9. KEITH, MARGARET ANN French Club 93 Tri-Hi-Y 12, Newspaper Staff 11, 123 Junior Class Play 113 Boosters' Club 11, 123 F.T.A. 10, 11, 123 Color Guard 123 Student Council 12' 1Sec.J3 National Thespian Society 11, 123 Chorus 11, 123 Boosters' Club Sec- retary 12. 3 KELLY. J. KEVIN Junior Class Play 113 Intramurals 9, 10. KEMERER, ROBERT N. Basketball 9, 103 Track 93 Football 10, 113 Stage Crew 113 Baseball 11, 123 In- tramurals 9, 10, 11, 123 Wrestling Team 12. KESLAR, RICHARD Basketball 9, 10, 11, 123 Golf 123 Newspaper Staff 1 1, 123 Varsity Club Il, 123 Student Council 93 Football 93 Track 9g Student Council Vice President 9. KILPATRICK, JAMES R. KLAUS, HARRY E. Chorus 10, 11, 123 Bowling 113 Archery Club 11, 12. Kocr-IUGA, LINDA .LEE , Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 123 Bowling 113 Archery Club 11, 12. KOLMER, KATHLEEN ANN Spanish Club 9, 10, 113 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12: Boosters' Club 10, 11, 123 Officials' Club 113 F.T.A. 10, 12. KOSIC, GERALD Officials' Club 93 Band 9, 103 Archery Club 103 Junior Class Play 11. KOSMATINE, REBECCA Intramurals 9, 10, 113 Junior Class Play KREISER, GRAIG. W. Track 9, 11, 12: Wrestling 123 Prom Committee 113 Officials' Club 9. KREJDOVSKY, CARL ' Baseball IO, 11, 121 Varsity Club 11, 123 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 123 Astronomy Club 9. KUZNIK, ELAINE T. Band 9, 103 Intramurals 9, 10. LAKE, LINDA ANN F.H.A. 9, 115 Intramurals 9, 10, 115 Band 9, 10, 115 Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 National Honor Society 11, 125 Boosters' Club 11, 125 Junior Class Play 115 Children's Play 115 National Thespian Society 11, 125 Color Guard 12. LAVRICH, LENORE ADELE May Court 10, 115 Majorette 11, 12 fCapt.J5 Intramurals 115 Boosters Club 11, 125 Student Council 115 Homecoming Court 12. LAWRENCE, MARY ANNE Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 125 Drama Club 95 Bowling 115Junior Class Play 115 Newspaper Staff 11, 12 QTyping EditorJ5 Children's Play 115 National Thes- pian Society 125 Commercial Club 125 Officials Club 10. LeCUYER, MICHAEL Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Chorus 10, 11, 12. LeCUYER, MICHELLE ANN Chorus 10, 11, 125 Booster's Club 10, 11, 125 Tri-Hi-Y 125 Sophomore Seven5 -Junior Jubilaires5 Homeroom President 11, 125 Golf Team 125 Commercial Club 125 Homecoming Queen 12. LEWIS, DAVID C, LICHTENFELS, CYNTHIA ANN ,Camera Club 115 Prom Committee 115Junior Class Play 115 Boosters' Club 11, 125 F.H.A. 95 Newspaper Staff 12. LIVENGOOD, BRUCE H. Band 9, 10, 11, 125 Track 9, 11, 125Junior Class Play 115 Football 11, 125 Varsity Club 11, 125 Student Council 115 Dance Band 10, 11, 125 National Thespian Society 12. J LONGWELL, MARLYN JEAN Tri-Hi-Y 11, 125 F.T.A. 11, 12 fTtes.J5 Boosters' Club 11, 125 Newspaper 115 Junior Class Play 11. W LOVEDAY, WENDIE CHERYL 7Bancl 9, 10, 11, 125 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 125 Chorus 9 QTriple Trioj 105 Newspaper 9 fClassroom Editorj, 11, 12 fAsst. Feature EditorJ5 Student Council 105 French Club 10, 11, 125 National Thespian Society 11, 12 ' QTreas.J5 F.T.A. 10, 11, 125 Children's Play 10, 115Junior Class Play 115 Na- I tional Honor Society 11, 125 Tri-Hi'Y 125 Prom Committee 115 Yearbook Staff125County Chorus 9: Countv Band 11. 1 LUCEY, JOHN P. gChess Club 11, 125 Track 115 Student Council 115 Intramurals 11, 125 Home- room President 12. LUKOWSKI, MARY ELIZABETH Chorus 9, 10, 11, 125 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 125 F.T.A. 10, 11, 125 Newspaper Staff 9, 10, 11, 125 French Club 10, 11, 125Junior Class Play 115Tri-I-Ii-Y125 Girls' Golf 125 Boosters' Club 11, 125 LYNCH, JOHN M. lChess Club 10, 115 French Club IO, Chorus 10, 115 Newspaper Staff 11, 12 ,QSports Editorjg Prom Committee 115 Track 11, 125 Junior Class Play 115 Glee Club 125 Wrestling 125 National Honor Society 11, 12 QPres.J. MAHOY, JULIANA Art Club 95 Library Club 11, 12. MAMEL, THEODORE MARKEFKY, ROSEMARIE F.N.A. 12. MARINELLI, DENNIS Junior Class Play 11. MARSHALL, VIILLIAM A. Track 11. MARTIN, ROBERT MARTS, RANDY SCOTT Track 95Junior Class Play 115 Prom Committee 115 Intramurals 9, 1O,11,125 Football 11. MASTOROVICI-I, LLOYD THOMAS Basketball 95 Football 10, 115 Golf 11, 125 Wrestling 12. , MATHAY, DONNA 'Assistant Librarian 9, 105 F.T.A. 10, II, 125 Spanish Club II5 National Honor Society 11, 12: Newspaper 11. MCCAGUE, JOHN C. ' Rifle 10, 11, 125 11, 125 Stage Crew 95 Varsity Club 12. Mtt:ou.UM, ROBERT Af' Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 125 Stage Crew 9. I MCGINLEY, RICHARD l MCI-IUGH, KATHLEEN E. 'Student Council 115 F.T.A. 11, 125 Tri-Hi-Y 11, 125 Boosters' Club 10, 11, 125 Junior Class Play 115 Prom Committee 115 Cheerleader 9, IO, 125 Offi- weial-' Club lu, Hom-:room rresirlent 95 Homecoming Court. MCTIGUE. MARY MARGARET Junior Class Play 115 Tri-Hi-Y 11, 125 Golf Team 125 Homeroom Officer tSee. Treas.l 12. METZELAAR, SHARON Prom Committee 115 Boosters' Club 11, 125 Intramurals 10, 11, 125 Student Council 125 Dance Committee QCh'airmanJ 12. MEYER, DONNA ALYCE F.T.A. 10, 11, 12 fPres.J5 National Honor Society 11, 125 Boosters' Club 11, 125 National Thespians Society 11, 12 QSec.J5 Chorus 9, 11, 125JuniorJubi- laires 115 Prom Committee 115 Junior Class Play 115 Yearbook Staff 125 Newspaper Staff 11, 125 Intramurals 11, 12. MILLER, DAVID MILLER, JANE LOUISE Intramurals 9,1O, 11, 125 Spanish Club II5 Rifle Team 11, 125 F.T.A. 11, 125 Band 9, 10, 11, 125 Dance Band 9, 10, 11, 125 GolfTeam 125 Boosters' Club 125 Prom Committee 115 Newspaper Staff 115 Tri-Hi-Y 125 Dance Commit- tee 125 Officials' Club 10, 11. MILLIGAN, NANCY LOUISE Intramurals 95Junior Class Play 115 F.T.A. 105 F.H.A. 11, 125 Student Coun- cil 95 Homeroom Officer 9 fPres.J, 12 fSec.J5Junior National Honor Society 95 Tri-Hi-Y11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Boosters' Club 125 Dance Commit- tee 12. MOLOCZNIK, LORRAINE A. Boosters' Club 105 F.T.A. 10, 11, 125 Chorus 125 F.N.A. 105 Camera Club 105 Archery Club 10. MOORE, GARY XV. Football 10, 11, 125 Track 9, 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Varsity Club 11, 12 fSec. 'l'reas.J5 Wrestling 12. MOORE, NANCY Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10, 11, 125 Intramurals 95 National Thespian Society 11, 125 Boosters' Club 125 Junior Class Play 115 Newspaper Staff 11. NAGLE, DAVID JAMES Football 10, 11, 12. NEMANIC, MICHAEL A, OLLIVER, ALAIN ORGONVAN, PAUL W. Track 9. ORRIS, JAN EDWARD Chorus 11, 125 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 125Junior Historians 95 Glee Club 12. OSLOSKY, ALBERT Golf 12. O'TOOLE, GAIL C. Drama Club 95 Chorus 125 Tri-Hi-Y 95 Intramurals 9, 105 Prom Committee ll. PASS, EDWARD Band 9, IO, 11, 125 Dance Band 11, 125 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 125 Bowling Team 11, 12. PENROD, HARRY D.' PERRY, ROBERTA LOUISE Junior Class Play 115 Intramurals 9. 10, 11, 125 F.T.A. 10, 11, 125 National Honor Society 11, 125 Chorus 11, 125 Glec Club 125 French Club 9. PERSIN, JUDITH ANN Newspaper Staff 11, 12 C Asst. Typing Ed.J5Junior Class Play 115 Drama Club 95 Commercial Club 125 Children's Play 115 Officials' Club 10, 11, 125'Boos- ters' Club 125 Yearbook Staff 12. PETTED, RAYMOND A. Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 125 Math Club 11. PFAU, WILLIAM E. Drama Club 95 Football II, Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 125 Wrestling 125 Track IZ. . PHILKOS, SHIRLEY ALMA Chorus 9, 10, 11, 125 Newspaper Staff 9, 105 Tri-Hi-Y 115 Archery Club 105 Boosters' Club 125 Dance Committee 115 Intramurals 9, IO, 11, 125 F.T.A. 10, 11, 12. PHILLIPS, RAYMOND N. Visual Aids 95 Football 10, 11, 125 Yearbook Staff 11, 125Junior Class Play 115 Prom Committee 11. PILZ, RAYMOND A. Prom Committee 115Junior Class Play 115 Homeroom Officer 10 CPres.J, 12 QV. Pres.J5 Basketball 10. PISONE, JUDITH ANN Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10, 11, 125 Chess Club 11, 125 Newspaper Staff 125 Commercial Club 12. POLHAMUS, BLAIR T. PONS, CLORIA JEAN Boosters' Club 11, 125 Intramurals 11, 125 Newspaper Staff 12. PORCZACK, ELAINE G.A.A. 10, 115 Tri-Hi-Y 11, 125 F.T.A. 10, 11. 125J.C.L. 105 National Honor Society 125 Girls' Volleyball Team 115 Student Council 95 Newspaper Staff 95 Junior National Honor Society 9. RADFORD, CYNTHIA LEE Newspaper 9, 125 Spanish Club 11: Boosters' Club 10, 11, 125Junior Class Play 115 Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 Intramurals 10, 11, 125 Officials' Club 10, ll, 125 Prom Committee 115 Color Guard 12. RAMBO, ALICE VIRGINIA Library Club 10, 115 Newspaper Staffll, 125 Chorus 95 Intramurals 9, 10,115 Drama Club 9. . RAMALEY. DANIEL A. Hi-Y 91 Bowling II, 121 Baseball 12. REEVES, ALAN K. A.F.S. Student from New Zealandg Student Council 121 National Honor So- ciety 12 fHonorary Membety. REHNBORG. SARAH jANE Tri-I-Ii-Y 10. II, 121 Newspaper Staff 121 Student Council II, 121 junior Class Play II1 Children's Play II1 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 121 National Honor Society 11, 121 Prom Committee 111 F.T.A. 12. REMIC, HENRY REMIC. LINDA LEE junior Class Play 11: F.T.A. 10, 11, 121 Chorus 9, 10, 11, 121 Intramurals 9, 10. 11, 12: French Club 9: Officials' Club 101 Glee Club 12. RESTAURI. LORRAINE IIINE Boosters' Club II QV. Pres.1 I2 fPres.J Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12: Newstmper Staff 11, 121 Prom Committee II: Intramurals 9. 10, 11, 121junior Class Play 111 Chorus 121 Triple Trio 91 Golf Team I21 Yearbook Staff 12. RESTAURI, RUSSEL A. Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12: Football 10. II. RIDDLE, EDWARD A. RIDOUT. EDXVIN M. junior Class Play 11, Photography Club 10. 11, 12. ROBBE. MICHAEL G. . Football 10. 11, 12: Varsity Club 11, 121 Intramurals 10, 11, 12: Prom Com- mittee 11. ROBERTS, DAVID junior Class Play 111 Cliildren's Play Il1 National Thespian Society 11, 12: junior National Honor Society 91 Dance Band 12: Wrestling Team 12. RUBRIGHT, EDITH M. Band 91 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 121 F.H.A. 91 Prom Committee 111 Boosters' Club 11, 121 Chorus 9. 11, 121 Bowling 111 Nurses Club 11, l21junior Class Play 11: Nurses Aid 12. RUBRIGHT. GLORIA LOUISE Intramurals 9. 10, 11, 12: Childrens Play 11., RUDD, BRENDA Library Club 11. 12. RUEBEL, CARL WILLIAM Archery Club 10, 11. RUOF, LEO A. Football 10, 11, 121 Track Il1 Chess Club 9. RUSSEL, MADELYN Glee Club 12: Drama Club 9g F.T.A. 121 Boosters' Club 121 Childrens Play Il. SAKSEK, SHERRY LOU Drama Club 9: Camera Club 101 Intramurals 111 Archery Club IOL Commer- cial Club 12. SANTILLO, DAVID A. SCARLETF, THOMAS j. SCHAFER, VICKIE RAE Boosters' Club 11, 121 Intramurals 9. 10, 11, 121 Bowling Ill Officials' Club IO, II1 F.H.A. 91 F.N.A. I2 fSec1g Cl101'uS 9. IO. ll., I2. SCHALL, jOSEPH SCHOFF, DAVID G. SCHURR, VIRGINIA Chorus 9, 11, 121 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12: Glee Club 12. SEIGEL, MARK G. Tennis 11: Basketball 111 Prom Committee 11. SEIGHMAN, ROBERT DENNIS SEXTON. CYNTHIA LOUISE Newspaper Staff 11. 12: Band 9. 10, 11, 121 National Thespian Society 12: junior Class Play QStudent Directory: National Honor Society 9, 11, 12 QTreas.J1Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11. 12.' I SHAFFER, CYNTHIA ANN F.T.A. 10. 11. 12 QV. Presj: F.N.A. 111 Intramurals 9: Boosters' Club 11. 12: junior Class Play Ill Library Club 91 Tri-Hi-Y 12. SHAXV, LAURA ANN Commercial Club 12. SHUSTER, FREDERICK B. Wrestling 121 Tmck 111 Intramurals Il, 12. SIMPSON. MARGUERITE jOY Dance Committee 9. 10: Chorus 9, 121 National Honor Society 11. 121 Na- tional Thespian Society 12: Yearbook Staff 11, 12 gEditor-inAChief1: News paper Stal'f9 1Feature Etl.1 10, 11 1Asst. News Edj, 12: French Clhb 10. 111 F.T.A. 10. 11. 121 Intramurals 9, 101junior Class Play 11 QAsst. Student Di- rector1: Social Studies Discussion Group 10. SKENA. MARIE ELAINE Intramurals 9: Library Club 10. 11. 12. SKOXV. RICHARD H. Tennis. 11. 12: junior Class Play 111 Intramurals 111 Baseball Manager 10. SLAVNIK. LYDIA CHRISTINE Intramurals 9: Chorus 9: Tri-Hi-Y 121 Boosters' Club 12. SOTAK, GRAIG M. Tennis 11, 121jLl1'1I01' Class Play 11. SPAGNOL, BARBARA -IEANNE Tri-Hi-Y -10, 11, 121 Boosters' Club 10, 11, 121 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 121 F.I-I.A. 91 Spanish Club 10. SPEAR, CARY ANNE National Thespian Socieg' 10, 11, 121 Chorus 9, 10, 11, 121 National Honor Society 11, 121junior Class Play llgjuniorjubilaires IIQ Intramurals 9, 10. STAAB, CARL J. Track Manager 9, 11, 121 Prom Committee 11. STARKEY, DONNA MARIE Intramurals 9, IOL Drama Club 9. STETSON, CYNTHIA HURD French Club 10, 111 Newspaper Staff 111juniot Class Play 111 Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 122 F.T.A. 10, 11, 121 Intramurals 91 F.H.A. 9, 121 Glee Club 12. STEVENS, BARBARA ANNE Drama Club 9 CStudent Directorjg Chorus 91 Dance Committee 9, 10, 11, 121Tri-Hi-Y Il, 121 Spanish Club 11, I21Cl1CCrlCadcr 11, 12 QCaptainJ1jun- ior Class Play II: Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12. STOKUM, LAWRENCE STOUT, ROBERT E. SZALANCZY. CARL LOUIS National Thespian Society 12 QPres.j1juniot Class Play 111 Chorus 10, 11 121 Drama Club 9. l a TARR, WARREN T. X THOMAS, DONALD W. Football 10, II, 121 Varsity Club 11, 12: Prom Committee 111 Officials' Club 9. TOXV, ANGELA GAIL Drama Club 10, 111 F.S.A. 111 Bowling 111 Library Club 9, 111 Newspaper l Staff 111 Boosters' Club 121 Yearbook Staff 111 Tri-Hi-Y 12. TRICE. LESTER R. UMAK, TERRY L. 4 Newspaper Staff 12. VAN HORN, jANET LINDA French Club 91 junior Class Play II1 Commercial Club 12. VIOLA, DIANNE MARIE French Club 9, 10, 11:junior Class Play 111 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 121 Na- tional Honor Society 9, 11, 12. VISNICK, GEORGE W. VYSKIEVICH, jO ANN Intramurals 9, 101 Commercial Club 12. WAGSTAFF, SARAH BARROWS F.T.A. IO, 11, 121junior Class Play II: Chorus 10, II, 12: Tri-Hi-Y 11, 1211 Newspaper Staff 11, 121 National Thespian Society 12. WALKER. DAVID P, l Visual Aids 91 Football Il, 12. WATKINS, ROBERT E. INTRAMURALS 9. io. Il. I-2. WATT, ROBERTA ' " Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12. WATT, SHIRLEY I.. Tri-Hi-Y IO, 11. 12: Boosters' Club 12: Intramurals 10, II, 123 Homeroon Officer 12 Q 1. XVEEKS, KENNETH D. Basketball 10, 11, 121 National Honor Society Il, 121 Track II, 12. WERNER, CHARLES XVILSON, JOSEPH DENNIS Rifle Team 10. 11, 121junior Class Play 111 Intramurals 9, 10, Il, 121 Visual Aids 9: Varsity Club 12. XVILSON, XVILLIAM PETER Varsity Club 10, 11, 12: Basketball 9. 10, 11, 12: Football IIQ Intramurals 9. 10, 11, 12: Track 9: Homcroom Officer QV. Prcsj 9, 10, 11, 12: Student Council 9. 10: Baseball 10. 12. WINTERS, jAMES XVILLIAM Football 10, ll, 121 Track 9, Il, 121junior Class Play 11: Prom Committee 111 Band 9, 10. 11. 121 Yearbook Staff 11. 121 Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12' DLIIICC Band 9, I0, ll, IZ. WOATICH. jOANNE Officials' Club 10, 111 Intramurals 9. 10. 11. 12: Chorus 91 Yearbook Staff li fTyping Edj: Drama Club 9. WOODS, jAMES C. jR. I Newspaper Staff 9, 11, 12. NIUURTZ, VELVA jEAN Newspaper 9, 11, 121 Prom Committee 11:junior Class Play 111 Dance Com mittee 10. XVYZKIEXVIETZ. FRED M. YINGLING, HARRY P. ZAICHUK, CHRISTINA junior Class Play 11: ZAREMBA. 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