Freeland High School - La Vita Yearbook (Freeland, PA)

 - Class of 1976

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T David Glassbe School Board And Administration Each year the school board and the' central administration of the 'Hazleton Area School District face new challenges which draw heavily on their skill and energy. Issues such as the splitting of the district and the building program which have been matters of controversy for some time demand answers while new problems crop up every day. Although their job often seems thankless, these individuals must endlessly con- front these demands if the stu- dents of our district are to re- ceive an education which will preparethemforthefuture. '- ,J r73'rr.:j:w:.l1..- jp- o RJ-Thomas Cipriano, Warren Zehner Frederick Barletta Theodore Sherrock Pat Capece Standing Atty rg, A.J.Moran,Victor Piazzi,Eugene Fellin DanlelC Parrell James Buyarski Thomas Elias -1 ,i. 1+-A--fi' ' 1 f in Anthony Scarcella, Director of Secondary Education 1" John Gallagher, Director of Curriculum and Planning Carl Dargay, Director of Special Services , 9' ,',,, -vi- IN MEMORY OF John J. Fedullo 9 Ll Local Administration Because the faculty and local administration must work so closely with the students of Free- land High, it is essential that they understand student life and guide it with temperance and skill. In- volvement is a key word when an educator aims at being success- ful in his work, and the educators at Freeland High School are aware of their obligation to work har- moniously with the student body. Principal Michael Karboski and Vice-Principal Adolph Peters con- tribute immensely to the build- ing of working relationships with students by continually listening to the problems that faculty members and students encounter in dealing with academic matters and organizing extracurricular activities. ' on-an Q I Mr. Adolph E. Peters-Vice-Principal , ,x:,., t A i ,, -, lp Q. 2 l , 1, Y i l , . :L . 10 Mr. Michael J. Karboski-Principal sg: -E--h E gm 1 ,,,- ,t :-I if-1 F 'Tv' ' 1 .fzigi rn WL ,-1" -IW f K--. 4 L .M 1? .-W., Mr. Eugene Lutz-Science MV- John Kasha-Science -.,,,N5 ...qu W4 ':1... 'li --1 Mr. Casimir Lasecki-Science YP . .ll Q2 Mr. William Hauze- 'v 'r 1 Mathematics 13 lf . wg ,I X .ll 1 L 1, n-. M '4 ph Konar , . s. iz , 1, 1 n 1 2,4 !. :V fl Qi! 'D Mathematncs N r F5616 wiri -u" ,3 M ,J 1:-2 lib' 2'.V1rf- .'w.e -.f Tp' " 'a -, 1. r I ':J,',' :,':L Qgiggffyw . 'nl an ' 1 H .H ,,.-,-, w,-so gi I a jk.. 1 Mr. Anthony Franzosa-Business Education 1, W:-'sn B 4 Mr. Gus Rosato-Business Education I I i .1 li . Mr. Thomas Stelmock-Business Education Mrs. Mary Camera-Business Education v. if ji. '14 3' J,- ,C-' f 'ff' , 1.5 f I' :': l V Q. "ISM W, X gm -JL , ' JA A an -1 'W . , . x , 1 'vu 1,534 , i i "l 'Q 4,...4u-- ,--' ' 2, '- 'zfgi-...ff I I ? , i E i Mr. Joseph Rosato--Music Education Mrs. Emma McElwee-Clerk Mrs. Corinne Okrasinski-Music Education ""-Jer 1 i I 1 Mr. John Timko-Guidance Counselor W W W W W W W K W W W W W I W W W W ' 1 W W W W W ' W W W W W X. W W '-'-2".i!1f ' .. . W ,lzlgr . W W - fr' ' i 1 0 4 E' j A , W U A- W X , . " LW W A A 1 W g W W W A , ' W W ' W , ' , QQW-'HWWQQQ' Q W -' ' " ' W . 1 W W - W W 4 W I W W W v' --jg ' W W W 5 - W 1 W W W A A I W W W I W W W W W W W I 1 I W W "Can itbe that it was all so simple then, Or has time rewritten every Iine?'r' x fi 'X Q -4 ' w I N w w 4 N lst Row QL. To RJ-C. Myers, C. Paulshock, A. Plaksa, E. Palmer. F. Kostg 2nd HRow-J. Opert. D. Kobza, F. McCarthy, M. M,cxKin iry.,'B. Martinchek, C. LaRizzio, K. McNamara, M.A. Reczkowskig 3rd Row-R. Maleski, M. Kujat, M. MurmelIo,J. O'Donnell, S. Miller. R. LaPorte. M. Nelson, M". Mondell, B. Kopczynskie, JD. Rebarchak, J. Pollack, J. Rock, C. Marencin, M. Kreckie, J. Pavuk. 1st RowNQL. To RJ-L. Stegena, T. Verba, M.B. Sissgck, S. Sauers, C. Wisdo. C. Walton, L. Volciak, L.. Waiton, C. 'Snyclerg P. Shurnate, D., Wysocky, M.A. Tichy, C. Wassel, C. Skwierz: 2nd Row-R. Thomas, ML Elliott-, 'E. Witchin. C. Rodzewich, S. Yaskewich, M. Sulkosky, R. Gavinski, R. Spock, B. Tisi, D.,Sitch,! K. Whitehead, J. Ursta, A. Soltis. Freslhmenl T , l ' l l l Q l l , l l i l i l l l l l l l l . 1st Row QL. To RJ-L. Buchman, B. Fairchild, M. Dias, Jl. Berlando, V. Elliott: 2nd Row-D. Brown, M. Bradley, J. Ballots, K. Baker. L. DeLucca, M. Bogansky, K. Arnold, S. Charnigo, R. Diong 3rd Row-A. Banyas, J. DeJohn, K. Curney, J. Ammon, L. Corazzag 4th Row-D. Adams, R. Batcha, H. Elliott, M. Delese, S. Cartwright, R. DeMelfi, N. Ackerman, N. Dinkog 5th Row-W. Everitt,lG. Banja, T. Cartwright, E. Decker. I,.i....:x:,.L.. .LLL . 4. .-,.-.. . ...,-,.,...,... , -. L7 , -..N v .L - .. .,, l ' l ! l I l l 1st Row QL. To RJ-M. LaRizzio, M. Holland, M. Malloy, M. Jones, J. Heller, S. Jurica, J. Machella, L. Marencing 2nd .Row-Di. Durst, G. Gyurko, J. Felice, S. Kluck, K. Heller, K. Kalinovich, D. DeViglli, J. Kostician, L. Kost, B. Hindson, W. Green, 3rd Row-R. Fox, T. Herman, S. Lesko, G. Lutz, R. Marchetti, E. Flanagan, W. Kanpowich, T. Gyurko, R. Herbert, S. Lesho. G. Marencin, F. Lamasko,'K. Leitzel. l l l l l l i l lst Row KL. To RJ-D. Maso, D. Nelson, G. Matisak, C. lMehaIick, T. Michaleskog 2nd Row-K. Mazurek, S. Mason, P. Oster, L Pecora, N. Nolty, K. McNamara, P. Pavukg 3rd Row-G. Miller, T. McKinley, E. Mensinger, M. Murmello, M. Noggle, D. Ober- render, T. Piazzi, P. Petkowsky, C. Purcell, M. Pollack, M. Marino. 1st Row QL. To RJ-P. Tremblay-, L. Swankoski, P. Sisock, MJ. Salko, T. Uricheck, D. Searfoss, K. Sanders, J. Searfoss, B. Siskog 2nd Row-S, Sessock, T. Stefanik, A. Zaludek, W. Swankoski, A. Soroko, R. Tiglio, W. Tamposki, L. Yanoskig 3rd Row- R. Strizak, R. Sherman. R. Reczkowski, P. Whitmer, K. Williams, C. Smith, J. Shershan. E. Uhrin J. Stewart, A. Witchin, D. Rodino, L. Sulkevlch, C. Yencha. .- -,?., ,H ,-fiw-.- m.- - ., . g v w w I, w N i IJ 75 ws. , X! vp X ' . 'Q V 5 11 iza- H V., ,-4. 1 1 . 9 ta L 5 1 .av 1 I Jia., ,, -L, C I X A' 65 J qw 1 I .-np: , 3 ,irq - , 1 I I w 5 14" 5 ,NL HI 1 1 A f I Z A-' 1 ,.,- ' 1-11 S . :ff-'ITF--3 5.2. X x r l ' i L-..1.. . -?' 'mi 521.13 .1 h ,, ,,,, ,A .al ,. Z 'r 1:2 I J v Q -M- ,. h V., dnb, - L -rj .jv : J-gg.. 1.1.1 x ' 1 I 1 l i l I I 1 I i 2 x 4 4 A w r w I 4 I i I I I 5 s I I W 1 5.5355 lwf' fl! 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Drumn Larry Edwards l I ' 4 Mike Elliott Ronald Elliott l l Joan Marie Fisher Floyd E. French 'HD' - ,-1' Lori Lee Goedecke Deborah Ann Gromel Q. S-iv' Sai, Alice A. Falatko Carol Ann M. Gasper Dennis G. Halye um Susan A. Hanusek Edward D. Hess Edward Kimmel Dave Hendersched Dan Herman T 54 3--1' 5- Judith A, Hollick Bernardine M.E. Kardisco jr Donna Jean Klopp Mark A. Klucll i i 4 Anthony J. Kolensky Richard Kopczynskie Gary Paul Kost fx . A , N' lg, Mark John Kost Elizabeth Ann Kostick Teresa C. Kushner kPfu1E',' , ,, , ., H - - . :-1 ' n , 1, . 1, V. r 5 Bonnie LaRizzio Linda Lee Lonzetta Mary Elizabeth Luiynski , ,Q ,Q as L I Christina Marie Marchetti Michael Marencin Jim Marino Teresa Marsicano Lydia Davis Mason Pamela Anne Matisak ull'- Dorothy M. Mattavi Gary Michael Mazurek James McDermott VF? Gregory McKinley John Mehalick Kathy J. Miller Doris Morcom M.. 2, ' x Kenneth John Myers Patricia Myers Scott Michalesko Dennie L. Morrison f' lf' - ,A',"'1! Anita Mary Novotnak J- 1 13. PFW Q" -1- ' T: 'H-Qu' 9 1.-v , , Billy Oberrender Alice Ann Piazzi Mary Louise Rodino Joseph Okrasinski Carl Puzzetti Barbara J. Sanders ' Cynthia Petrich ko Janet M. Rish George Sessock Mark Sheaman L N N Y 1 Barbara Stachnik I , , -Tl-v--.-1:7-qzff.- ew- 1 -- 1-,,.,Vr. i --H, n x K"-uni Mary Ann Siroki Andrew M. Soltis didf? Joanne Stoffa David Stutzman Mark Victor Swankoski Carol Marie Sweet Joseph Swerdon Jr Gary Thomas Robert Viechec Janet Welsko Joseph Troell Thomas Eugene Vaskalis J- Y - - 'mi-4:-L---: ure - -- - ,:-:nine---A,-,v-v ev, W-f-ny U- Allin: "H 'I 1: M." J' 1, W- M V ll- U-615 ilvfr, -.,,f? at -- Dale Walton David W. Wan ko John Wilkinson Kevin Wilkinson i i Scott Wise Michael Witchin Mary Ann Yankowski ,hs 'hit' 7 J George A. Yanochko Michele Yefchak Michael Yerlcha V i 42 Maureen Yori Gabe Budda r,--Y "Brown ofthe Year X., "STAY ...1 ' ,www Q., J., fn. .L ... ,. ,. .A-41' Nw ' - gd L Q T5-Fix 2, ii 1, ' ' 4 ' Il v.' X ,. 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N Aw 1 1 .JK 1 1 . , w ' . ff VA' "' 'Lx' i : .1 K 0 '1-, Q. ,,1. . ,X -wv . wg? , 1 ': A ' A-L' ' fs v -. V .f '91 1 .T " J, '1r?,aeaswf'.914'. ai. IH 'Y A 531W -? Ah--.7?gg,l:i,-4,f A 1, ,-. .. 1 1 1 ' kmfrrr . -Commercial. -General- -General. -Commercial. . . . -Aca- demic-Band 1.2.3,43 Tri-High Band 1,2.3.4Q Student Council 13 Ecology Club 3.43 Bowling 43 Senior Play. ' '-Academic- Chorus 1.2.3.4: Pep Club 1: French Club 4. -Commercial- Chorusl. ' -General. General-Bas- ketball 13 Gym Team 3.4. Base- ball4. g ' r -Commer- cial-Chorus1.2,3,4. College Prep.- Baseball 1.2.3,4Q Football 1.2, 3,43 Basketball 1.2.3.4. ' ' -Commercial -Chorus 1.2.3,43 Student Coun- cil 13 Pep Club 2.3.43 Class Presi- dent 3.43 Homecoming Com- mittee 3,43 Homecoming Court. lst runner-up 4: Senior Play- Prompter. - ' -College Prep.-Pep Club 1.2.3,43 Chorus 1.2.3,43 Majorette 2.3.43 Drum Majorette 43 Senior Play 43 French Club 43 Homecoming Committee 3,42 Homecoming Semi-finalist 43 Betty Crocker Award4. Ba ara ' ' Blume:-Vo-Tech.-Chorus 1. Prep.-Pep Club 1.2.3,43 Chorus 1.2.3,43 Junior Achievement 23 Junior Achievement Secretary 23 'Medical Explorers 23 Medical Explorers Treasurer 23 Band Manager 2.3.43 Model Senate 23 Student Council 2,33 Yearbook Staff 3.43 Yearbook Editor 43 Homecoming Committee 3.4: National Honor Society Officer of Service3 Luzerne intermediate Advisory-Council 3.43 French Club 43 French Club Secretary 43 Senior Play. ' ' i r-Vo-Tech.- Chorusl. ' -Commercial. -Academic- Chorus 1.2.3,43 Spanish Club 3.43 Ecology Club 43 Pep Club 4. 1 l -o.E. F -D.E.- Golf 1.2.3,43 Basketball 13 Bowl- ing 2.43 Ski Club 23 Homecoming Committee 3. -Vo-Tech.-Chess Club 1. -Academic. -D.E. ' ' -Academic- Chorus 1.2.33 Pep Club 1.2.3,43 Colorguard 2,33 Colorguard Cap- tain 33 Bowling 2.3.43 Yearbook Staff 3.43 French Club 43 Home- coming Committee 43 Home- coming Court. 3rd runner-up 42 Senior Play, -General-Basket- ball 43 Baseball 4. J ' -Academic- Ecology Club 1.2.43 Chorus 1.2. 3.43 Pep Club 1.2.3,43 Medical Explorers 23 Senior Play-Stage Crew. ' Vo-Tech. -Commercial. D ' Commercial- Chorusl. yic ' Commercial -Chorusl. ' ' ' -D.E.-Chorus 2:D.E.4. -College Prep.-Chorus 1.2.3,43 Pep Club 1.2.3,43 Ecology Club 23 Bowling 2.3.41 Band Manager 2.33 Medl- cal Explorers 23 Homecoming Committee 3,43 National Honor Society Officer of Scholarship 33 Flag Squad 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Luzerne County Gifted Student Program 43 French Club 43 Senior Play-Make-up. ' ' -Com- merclal-Chorus1.2,3.4. " -General. ' Commer- cial. ' -Commercial. -Academic -Student Council 23 Bowling 43 Ecology Club 43 FrenchtClub 4. ' -Vo-Tech. Andrew Duda-Vo-Tech. -Commercial. General-Stu- dent Council 13 Football 1.2.31 Photography Club 43 Ecology Club 43 Model U.N. 43 Model Senate 43 Senior Play. -General-Baseball 13 Football 1.2.3,43 Senior Play. ' -Vo-Tech-Foot- ball 1.2.3,43 Homecoming Com- mittee 3. 3 Ii -Academic- Chorus1.2.3.43 Pep Club 1.2.3,43 Cheerleader 1.2.3,43 J.V. Cheer- leader Co-captain 43 Student Council 13 Leaders' Club 1,23 Youth Action Seekers 2.33 Prom Committee 33 Yearbook Staff 3.43 Homecoming Committee 3.43 Girls' Softball 43 Girls' Bas- ketball 43 Senior Play. Joan Marie Fisheg-General- Chorus 1.2.3,43 Ecologg Club 1.2.32 Girls' Basketball 3 Girls' Basketball Manager 3: Youth Action Seekers 33 Pep Club 43 Senior Play-Stage Crew. -Vo-Tech.- Football 1.33 Homecoming Com- mittee 33 Senior Play. -D.E.- Band 1.2.3.43 Chorus 13 DECA 2.3.4. Academic- Chorus 1.2.3,43 Pep Club 1.2.3,4. D -Commer- cial-Pep Club 2.4. ' ' -Commercial. S -Academic- Chorus 1.2.41 Majorette 2.3.42 Radio Club 33 French Club 43 French Club President 43 Senior Play. -Commercial. --General-Basket- ball 2.3.43 Ecology Club 43 Base- ball 4. -Vo-Tech- Band 1.2.3,43 Ecology Club 1. ' ' -Commercial- Chorus 1.2.3,43 Ecology Club 13 Pep Club 1.2.3,43 Colorguard 2.31 Leaders' Club 23 Gym Team 3,43 Majorette 43 Golf Team 43 Homecoming Semi-finalist4. -D.E. ' Com- mercial-Student Council 1.2. 3.43 Chorus 1.2.3,43 Pep Club 1.2.3,43 Prom Committee 33 Homecoming Committee 3.4. Yearbook Staff 3.43 Senior Play- Prompter. ' - General - Prom Committee 33 Homecom- ing Committee 3,41 DECA 4. College Prep.-Pep Club 1.2.3,43 Chorus 2.3.43 Medical Explorers 23 Home- coming Committee 3.43 Prom Committee 33 Yearbook Staff 43 Band Manager 43 French Club 43 Senior Play-Make-up. -General-Base ball 1.2.3,43 Basketball 1.2.3.4: Football 1.2.33 Student Council 23 Prom Committee 33 Ecology Club 4. Student Council 1.3.43 Basketball 1.2.3,43 Prom Committee 33 Bowling 43 Ecology Club 4. -General- ' ' General- Football 33 Baseball Manager 3. -Academic- Band 1.2.3,43 Tri-High Band 1.2.3,43 District Band 33 Spanish Club 3.4. Spanish Club Treasurer 43 Ecology Club 3,43 Bowling 3.43 Senior Play 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Photography Club 43 Baseball 43 All Star Stage Band 2,43 Stage Band 2. -College Prep.- Spanish Club 3.43 Medical Ex- plorers 23 Bowling 43 Ecology Club 43 Senior Play 43 Photo- graphy Club 4. cial-Chorus 1.2.3,43 Leaders' Club 23 Pep Club 1.2.3,43 Color- guard 2.33 Colorguard Co-Cap- tain 33 Majorette 43 Prom Com- mittee 33 Yearbook Staff 43 Senior Play3 Homecoming Com- mittee 4. ' -Commercial. r-Academic- Chorus 1.2.3.43 Ecology Club 1,2,3,4: Senior Play-Stage Crew4. ' ' ' Academic- Chorus 1.2.32 Cheerleader 1,2.3: Leaders' Club 1,23 Pep Club 1.2. 33 Homecoming Committee 3. Linda Lee Lgnzetta-Academic- Ski Club 13 Ecology Club 1.2.3,43 Chorus 1.2.3,43 Leaders' Club 23 Pep Club 43 Senior Play-Stage Crew4. ' -Commer- Mary Elizabeth Lutynski-Aca- demic-Band l,2,3,45 Tri-High Band 1,253.45 Chorus l,2,3,45 Cheerleader 1,2,35 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Junior Achievement 25 Pep Club Secretary-Treasurer 45 Clarinet Choir 3,45 Model Senate 3,45 Model U. N. 45 Homecoming Committee 3,45 Yearbook 45 Senior Play: Girls' Softball 4. ' ' ' '-Aca: -demic-Ecology Club l,2,3,45 Ecology Club Treasurer 45 Chorus l,2,3,45 Girls' Basketball 15 Bowling 2,3,45 Leaders' Club 25 National Honor Society Officer of Character 35 Spanish Club 3,45 Spanish Club Vice-President 45 Prom Committee 3: Majorette 3,45 Majorette Captain 4. ' r ncin-Vo-Tech.- Football 2,3,45 Gym Team 3,4. ' ' Commercial. Commercial -Chorus 1. ' ' -Academic- Ecology Club 45 Spanish Club 45 Pep Club 4. ' -Aca- demic-Chorus l,2,3,45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Pep Club President 45 Pep Club Treasurer 35 Band l,2,3,45 Tri-High Band 1,253,45 Youth Action Seekers 2535 Bowl- ing 3,45 Radio Club 35 Home- coming Committee 3,45 Gym Team Accompanist 3,45 Home- coming Court, 4th runner-up 45 Senior Pla -Prompter. '-Academic -Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Cheerleader 152.3545 Cheerleader Captain .45 Ski Club 1,25 Chorus 15 Student Council 1,35 Leaders' Club 1,25 Student Council Vice-President 35 Gym Team 3,45 Bowling 2,3,45 Bowling Treasurer 45 Youth Ac- tion Seekers 25 Class Vice- President 25 Class Treasurer 35 National Honor Society Officer of Leadership 35 Yearbook Staff 35 Prom Committee 35 Radio Club -35 Homecoming Committee 45 Homecoming Queen 45 Senior Play5 French Club 4. Gary -Michael Magomjglg-Com- mercial-Ecology Club 4. -General- Football 3, Basketball l,2,3,45 Golf 253,45 Baseball 3,4. ' -General- Football Manager 25 Ecology Club 3,45 Ecology Club President 45 Prom Committee 35 Golf 45 Model U.N. 45 Model Sengtg 4. Scott Michalesko-Vo-Tech.- Ski Club 1. 1,2535 Girls' Basketball 25 DECA 4. ' 1 -Commercial- Senior Play. -V0-TeCh.- Basketball 1,2,3. Commercial. 5 Academic- Student Council 1,2,35'Ski Club 15 Band 3,45 Stage Band 25 All Star ' -D.E.-Chorus Stage Band 2,45 Ecology Club 25 Gym Team Accompanist 35 Prom Committee 35 Radio Club 35 Clari- net Choir ,Accompanist 35 Youth Action Seeker 2535 Senior Play. ' ' -Academic-Ecol- ogy Club 15 Chorus 1,2,35 Class Secretary 25 Student Council 25 Student Council Secretary- Treasurer 25 Homecoming Com- mittee 35 Prom Committee 35 Spanish Club 3,45 Spanish Club Secretary 45 Class Treasurer 4. ' a -Commer- cial-Ecology Club. Billy Qbegrender - General - Ecology Club 15 Model U.N. 4. ki-General- Football 15253545 Basketball 15 Student Council 45 Student Coun- cil Vice-President 4. ' ' Commer- cial-Chorus 1. -Commercial. ' -Academic-Ski Club 1,25 Chorus l,2,3,45 Ecology Club 15 Band l,2,3,45 Tri-High Band 25 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Medl- cal Explorers 25 Homecoming Committee 3,45 Homecoming Semi-finalist 45 Newspaper Cor- respondent 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Model U.N. 45 Model Senate 45 Senior Play. '-General. ' -Commercial- Chorus 4. ' ' College -Prep-Chorus l,2,3,45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Junior Achievement 25 Model Senate 2,45 Yearbook Staff 3,45 Yearbook Business Editor 45 Colorguard'35 Majorette 45 Homecoming Committee 3,45 French Club 45 Luzerne Giftedl Students Program 45 Senior Play-Make-up. -Commer- cial. -D.E.-D.E. 4. -Academic- Ecology Club 4. ' '-Academic- Chorus 1,2,3,45 Bowling Team l,2,3,45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Color Guard 2,3545 Color Guard Cap- t'aini4. LEd.Si.SIS9-General-Football 1,2 35 Basketball 1,2,3. 1 ' -Commercial. k-Academic- Leaders' Club 1,25 Cheerleader 1,253,45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Ski Club 25 Gym Team 3,45 Gym Team Co-Captain 45 Homecom- ing Committee 3545 Yearbook Staff 45 Senior Play5 Model U.N. 45 Model Senate 45 Spanish Club4. -Vo-Tech. -Commercial- Chorus 1,2,35 Class Secretary 4. D ' -Vo-Tech. ' '-College Prep-Basketball 152,3,45 Foot- ball 2,3,45 Baseball 4. ' -Commer- cial-Chorus 1,25 Leaders' Club 1,25 Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Cheer- leader 2,3545 Cheerleader Co- Captain 45 Student Council 2,35 Model Senate 2,45 Prom Corn- mittee 35 Class Secretary 3g Homecoming Committee 3545 Homecoming Court, 2nd runner- up5 Yearbook Staff 35 Senior Play. L -Commer- cial. -General-Bas- lketballi l,2,3,45 Football 2,3545 Baseball 3,45 Class Vice-Presi- dent 35 Ecology Club 4. Daylgj Tren1blay-Academic- French'Club 4. U ,J -Commercial. -Col-- lege Prep-Student Council 25, Spanish Club 3,45 Spanish Club President 45 National Honor Society Spirit of the Torch 35 Yearbook Staff 45 Ecology Club 45 Photography Club 4. 5 -D.E. -D.E. A -Academic- French'Club 4. 1 - Academic - Chorus 1,2,35 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Ski Club 25 Youth Action Seekers 2,35 Bowling Team 3,45 Home- coming Committee 3,45 Home- coming Semi-finalist 45 Class Vice-President 4: Yearbook Staff 45 Senior Play - Prompter5 French Club 4. -D.E. , ' ' ' -D.E.-DECA 4. o ' D.E.-Basketball 1, - Vo+Tech' - ClasslTreasurer 2. ' - '-Academic. -Vo-Tech- Ecology Club 15 Chess Club 1. -Academic- Band l,2,3,45 Tri-High Band 2,3,45 Girls' Basketball 1,25 Stu- dent Council '1,45 Student Coun- cil President- 45 Chorus 2, Year- book Staff 45 Homecoming Committee 45 French Club 45 Senior Play. l ' l - Vo-Tech - Footballl35 Bowling Team 3542 ' -Commercial- Chorus'2,-3,45 Ski Club 25 Youth Action Seekers 2,3,45 Girls' Bas- ketball 2,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Model Senate 3545 Cheerleader 3,45 J.V. Cheerleader Captain 45 Yearbook Staff 3,45 Spanish Club 3: Homecoming Committee 3,45 Girls Softball 45 Newspaper Cor- respondent 45 Model U.N. 4. Yum., 1 , V - ' ff .,.' .. 3..gn.m1...-,..r 7 ....4.+..,,,.g El? ' 1 .6 J ,H 1 .A I , 'VN ,Q ,..- ,g ,.M. ...- ,.f- , - , .1 ,...Y.. -.X .Q I 2 'f -s V. ' L -1 ..a 41 'X qw, "So it's the laughter we will remember, Whenever we remember the way we were." gi Il z-Fil? Z4 2 ,J 'wifi .1-L1 fs s iw Senior Play ln March members of the Class of 1976 presented a three act comedy entitled "Don't Blow the Whistle!" Di- rected by Mrs. Cathy Hauze, this production was accepted with enthusiasm by its audi- ences. Mrs. Hauze has been directing the senior class play for the past four years, and her encouragement and pa- tience have helped numerous students gain a better under- standing of the theater. This year's members of the cast, the prompters, the stage crew, and other senior participants had a lot of fun while attain- ing a sense of accomplish- ment in bringing this production to life, . Y .- . I . , r-r I i ' 'vi' J .1 ?,i,l -bfi l ,. v .,. . , ' .li li Ulf 3.1, L ..M..,-Q... 1' 5 'm g ' ' 2 A' -- -W ' ' 5' ' if ""f'2!rr: v-fff ----193-D-YTUTJ Yi, " "D ' 1.:- ,- .,!.., , --.42-3'T'.14 ,ff ' ,, Y V Y- W , "' "' ' - , -,, . 'r'Jf"rF:,-Lf.. - fp 2f'?'A ' --Q:,,, -M " A L? .' 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N V' 1 17 f',',4f'fA"l"v:g- I-0 w K Prom The traditional Junior-Senior Prom was held at the Gus Genetti Motor Lodge on May 7 from 9:00 pzm. to 3:00 a.m. The theme of the evening, "A Time for Mem- ories," proved to be an excellent choice. Decorated in the senior class colors, gold and green, the ballroom provided a truly roman- tic atmosphere which enchanted all those who attended. Music for the occasion was provided by "SaltandPepper." 'W-.. swiss'-N if ' Y ,I ,-'ff 22,3 L T' .46 ' ' 'f 4,,' I fx. -fi e .Qi A. -- 2: gl Lfq' fix W f' Q' is.: V l X Q x 'X ' 'Qlax t Q-.fx up fx nfl -Q9 1 K v J u X ,K l ,A , , x A D ' , H .-,R Y -:.N fy, 'F FE-13Vf1fW Nz XZ-in YY -Y , ' QT- ' ' ., . 1-' A-T15 E4 Q 1: "' ' -0 W,1 .,,,,,'ff V A A '3gn.':': 4 . 1.-Mu' El X4 4 l' is-W, ii 3 nf: W '..1. 'A-'vffelli A V 4- r"W. '45 ., . 4 w 1 , W f Af. If ,Q A C. u'-' . Awards Day The traditional Awards Day Ban- quet was held at St. Mary's Parish Hall on June 15. Principal Michael Karboski stressed that academic endeavors are important but that extracurricular activities are also a central aspect of school life. This year the Awards Day Pro- gram followed the banquet. On June 18, all active members of various organizations and athletic teams assembled in the auditori- um to receive awards recognizing them for their outstanding achieve- ments and their contributions to school and community. ,An- Joanne Chuckra receiving Can Do Essay Contest Award. Mary Rodino receivingTenneco Bicentennial Scholarship. n . z , A 4 ft s. J' ' 'i 'frm Q' 'u':'i',w Q UFPY 5,1 I k5IIi'P'lF,1hv "A yr I if. fE1,Q1Al A 'ff E. -i big! ii'f,:'-'EQ' 'il J 05' D 1 Ei inn all f K4 U gttlllii ii ,- 21 2 .mir I g- ra Bi 2 , ?r,w1l:'iIi F .Il ' ,3 gi lllllt W i .lass-:!Illll'. Wuuwi ,,,.,.'- fizmq 3 Alun gawk .J -ef...L'S fl! f-ex Jim McDermott receives Athlete of the Year Award from Mr. William Schaub. -qi L., T A fi Students at Activities Dinner. Faculty Members at Activities Dinner. 59 Class Night Class Night was held on May 28 at the Gus Genetti Motor Lodge, and for all those who attended, it was truly a memorable evening. "Fantasy", a well-known group from the area, provided music for the occasion. and Gold? thoughts and realities. fl eo 2 . , et b f' .. '3-:- '5"l' wk-LQ... -,-., ii ,ftvfqjx EV '.l..i, ' " fe' Eif- 1'i"Lf if ' !1...a, :Li 7..- Top Ten The top ten academic achievers from the class of 1976 were announced at the end of the school year. These out- standing individuals were also honored at the second annual Academic Awards Banquet sponsored by the Greater Hazle- ton Chamber of Commerce on June 22. At this affair each of the top ten students from the five area high schools received a trophy depicting "The Thinker," a symbol of academic accomplishment. Leanne Marie Bereznak "Tr Flu Selina Maria Carr Joanne M. Chuckra I "Valadictorian" Mary Louise Rodino CBYOI Marie SWG'-if 62 Deborah Ann Bogansky Karen Ann Bredbenner "Salutatorian" Donna Jean Klopp Christina Marie Marchetti Maureen Catherine Yori Graduation On June 21, 1976 at St. John's Parish Center, one hundred and fifteen young men and women graduated from Freeland High School. Principal Michael Karboski opened the exer- cises by welcoming the graduates, their parents, admin- istrators, faculty, and friends. Then, Mr. Daniel C. Parrell, superintendent of schools, and Mr. Frederick Barletta, presidentof the school board, addressed the assembly. Student speakers were Joanne Chuckra, valadictorian, and Deborah Bogansky, salutatorian. Aided by Vice-Principal Adolph Peters, Mr. Victor Piazzi, Freeland's representitive to the school board, awarded diplomas to the class of 1976. Graduation exercises were then over, and the class of 1976 left the auditorium to begin a new life filled with new responsibilities. vw ' 'v-. 5' 1 ! i, . i t. if . g 4 .V Q rcgtefsif , f D ' . N w- 'H 1 iight-cm I K nh g, J ft? f if 1 7 -ix? ,Q .E r , J ' A -3, i Il t Q l l f . A .. . it ' i Deborah Bogansky-Salutatorian Joanne Chuckra-Valadictorian 64 .,.., YL NATIONAL HONOR SOEIETY S ? -E f i W Qi National Honor Society Program Candidates Denise Arltonelli Elizabethiliostick Marilyn Baskin Leanne Bereznak Deborah Bogansky Karen Bredbenner Selina Carr Mary Lutynski Christina Marchetti Alice Piazzi Mary Rodino Carol Sweet Joanne Chl-lCkl'2 Thomas Vaskalis Donna Kl0PD Janet Welsko Gary Kost Michele Yefchak Spirit of the Torch-Marian Fedorshak Character-Barbara Fairchild Scholarship-Judith Opert Service-Marla Kleckner Leadership-Anita Herbener if X --V-T--fe.-v vii' df.-Q - i -, , x ,A . 4111, '1.'J.1..i: ., A a:'.,g2j.'fj f wifi V y... , Senior Ciass President Marilyn Baskin, receiving diploma from Frederick Barletta, President of the School Board. is i gang if 67 I , V if , -XM i w w L ff I J Q 1 ' ' l.' , 4, ,. lu' I if sv ' ' I f 'V .. 5 1. 1- ' l '. n A . Y,- F.-... .....+- M-V, -p as r t -N1 f 1. . 'll' Lrg, -I-:F .A b-1 , ,...... 1 O, 2, ll 1 's,""S' 'Q-- 4 VIA- 'fr' ' is A "If we had the chance to do it all again, Tell me, would we? Could we?" f' jam .fir , ..B'.- -r. -.... ' . - .. :VK - -- Y,..- ,-lug. - a-1 n . Q . , A. H, , -4 ,A .. V1 . I "J J , -' . '-'Q 4 ' ., x bi - ' W , 3.--x Lf r 1 'l ' N , -' ' r .- ' : -"'i',' 5 ' 5 ' .1 - ,, u A f . f ' ' all f f Y f ,Qi 'ff -l . r . "H 1 l ,, ' v , ' - ,J A , 1 LT' 'x'r'm'- 'Af K 'A '5 V "'A 9 . 'X ' W. ' i .I S l A Y A ya S 1511 ' " N f ' ', - ,-- V AE 5, .wa . 7 31: ' . xl-'Ll E' ., 4 -.mf ,gfy l 4 . -v Homecoming On October 11 and 12, Freeland High held its second annual Homecoming. Festivities began on Friday with a dance at which "Bingo's ' Diesel" played. Homecoming Queen Dorothy Mattavi was crowned, and she and her court- Marilyn Baskin, Carol Sweet, Selina Carr, and Pam Nlatisak- presided over the remainder of the dance. Saturday was the culmination of many horus of hard work for all of the students involved with preparations for the parade. Each class, the cheerleaders, and the band entered a float. The Class of '77's float, "Key to Heaven," won first prize. That night the F.H.S. Football Team met Jim Thorpe in a tough ball game. Our team played well and fought until the end, but lost. Semi-Finalists-lst Row QL. To RJ-P. Matisak, C. Sweet, D. Mattavi, M. Baskin, S Carr 2nd Row-A. Piazzi, C. Marchetti, J. Hollick, J. Welsko, L. Bereznak. 1 -L, ,Q V f- PQ. H . x Xaffff ,f ,z u 'ff ' '-4 . 1 I l 1 1 Y H I J I 1 Chorus Junior Chorus-lst Row QL. To RJ-D. Bell, D. Solanick, S. Branz, N. Yagalla, J. Shiroki, D. Bartosevich, R. Bama, S. Cole, A. Banyasg 2nd Row-M. Mattavi, C. Piazzi, E. Machella, R. Hale, V. Elliott, J. Heller, K. Gresh, D. Zoshak, D. Haganey, P. Barron, T. Shrosky, B. Zawatski, D. Condrick, J. Matisak, N. Sheaman, L. Holland, 3rd Row-R. Batcha, C. Heller, S. Charnigo, T. Zoshak, L. Lutz, M. Ceriani, A. Jeffreys, A. Carr, C. Clymer, D. Rimshaw, V. Bond, R. Whitmer, S. Getz, M. Talarovich, J. Mensingerg 4th Row-L. Fisher, M. Dias, L. Nolty, P. Pavuk, S. Mason, D. Barna, C. Karpowich, R. DeMelfi, T. Cartwright, D. Ambrose, D. Wittig, N. Mistiszyn, T. Chippi, C. Detweiler, C. Everittp 5th Row-K. Allen, C. Feissner, L. Pecora, T. Piazzi, D. Rodino, L. Kost, R. Herbert, J. Ballots, M. Bogansky, S. Kluck, C. Arnold, M. Murmello, S. Lesko, S. Siroki. ,. ., f " ...ff , . Ensemble-1st Row QL. To RJ-P. Matisak, A. Herbener, C. Marchetti, K. Bredbennerp 2nd Row-Mrs. Okrasinski, M. Kleckner, B. Fairchild, C. Snyder, M. Lutynski, L. Bereznak, M. Rodino, D. Klopp, M. Condrick, S. Miller, J. Chuckra, M. Sissock. Mrs. Corinne Okrasinski Senior Chorus-1st Row QL. To RJ-J. Hollick, E. Kostick, B. Kardisco, D. Antonelli, C. Hinkle, A. Falatko, C. Myers, M. Condrickp 2nd Row-S. Miller, C. Marchetti, K. Bredbenner, A. Piazzi, A. Falatko, E, Palmer, M. Correll, B. Martinchek, N. Bama, A. Plaksa, C. Paulshock, C. Banyas, C. Ashmang 3rd Row-L. Bereznak. D. Klopp, M. Rodino, D. Bogansky, P. Matisak, M. Baskin, J, Welsko, S. Hanusek, M. Yori, M. Lutynski, C. Skwierz, B. Fairchild, C. DellaCroce, J. Dankog 4th Row-J. Chuckra, C. Snyder, D. Wysocky, J. Rock, A. Herbener, C. Frey, L. Lonzetta, T. Kushner, J. Cartwright, J. Fisher: 5th.Row-T. Herring,mC. Fedorshak, C. Marencin, K. McNamara, C. Simko, S. Sauers, M. Sissock, J. Opert, A. Bama, M. Kleckner. M? 5 District Chorus Members-J.Opert and A. Falatko. Vocal music is always popular among the gi,-IS at F.H.S. Under the direction of Mrs. Corinne . A ,,.,.v.,vl,Ni7ri I Okrasinski, F.H.S. choral groups again provided f i x- . ' .I H 3,1 students with an opportunity to perform a wide E-ffQf,:t' ,,t, gl' variety of vocal music. This year these vocal gl rryy E5 f Q52 gorups presented two concerts, one at Christ- "'i ' QA Q 1 mas and one during the spring, g After Christmas junior and senior girls audi- f:f'. r ' "' ff tioned for the newly formed group, the Chorus f-'Ln ng Ensemble. The members of this group practiced ii Q ' - fn, - e r many hours and performed at several com- - il ." 'f" W ' Jsw,3Qg5.g,.1:, munityfunctlons. 75 The F.H.S. Ecology Club, under the direc- Ecology Club ,XX VV N , i W i.l ii ci ll 21 -ii. Ecology Club-1st Row QL. To RJ-J. Bradford, C. Peters, B. Fairchild, D. Solanick, T. Shrosky, D. Wittig, M. Uhrin, M. Murmello, S. Lesko, G. Lutz, D. Ferko, A. Herbener, C. Wisdop 2nd Row-S. Sauers, M. Poluka, J. Opert, T. Kushner, S. Getz, L. Lonzetta, T. Marchetti, J. Stoffa, V. Elliott, S. Charnigo, J. Heller, R. DeMelfi, L. Corazza, D. Haganey, R. Hale, M.Reczkowskig 3rd Row-L. Lutz, G. McKinley, D. Digon, B. Brogan, M. Sulkosky, T. Kolensky, D. Herman, F. Kost, G. Thomas, V. Karpowich, M. Kleckner, S. Cole, P. Barron: 4th Row-L. Edwards, G. Kost, M. Nelson, D. Anthony, M. Kluck, R. Cudwadie, J. Budda, T. Pecora, F. Balon, J. Dankog 5th Row L. Anthony, D. Kopczynskie, T. Vaskalis, A. Plaksa, L. Mason, G. Mazurek, J. Cartwright, K. Bredbenner, M. Kost, M. Murmello, P. Matisak, M. Sissock, K. McNamara, B. Martinchek, C. Marencin, E. Palmer, T. Verba, C. DeIlaCroce, C. Hinkle. tion of Mr. Eugene Lutz, had another highly successful year. The closing of the club's storage area in February did not dampen the enthusiasm of its membership. ln three and one half months, the club managed to col- lect and sell 14,737 pounds of tin and 565 pounds of aluminum. These amounts are comparable to last year's totals for the entire year. Such an environmental effort must be applauded. The photography division of the club distinguished itself through some outstand- ing accomplishments. ln a scholastic pho- tography contest held at King's College, F.H.S. photographers won four places in the competition among high schools from seven counties. This group also put together a booklet which they entered in a Luzerne County environmental competition. This booklet which documents the activities of the club was so well presented that Freeland received first nlace recognition in Luzerne County. This year the club also expanded its mem- bership by forming a juniorihigh organization composed of forty-three students form the Foster intermediate School. 76 s ,TL l 'Y Ecology Club Officers-G. McKinley, C. Marencin, M. Sissock, T. Marchetti I W . , , ,J A X 'IFR xx ,,.. .2 Photographers-1Kneellngj-F. Balon, M. Solarekg lStanding1-D. Digon, M. Sulkosky, L. Edwards, Mr. Lutz Cadvisory, B. Brogan, G. McKinley. D , . 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'T' mf- 1 plaYF15. -if -: A .-, 1:332- ' , ' ' '-'13 2-' ' . , 1 1 Q o A' F A 1 .-,Q f 1 U AW . . 1 faq, 15 J. ,S 'P M! iff JE' fgQH,l- . .- ' f 5 n .1 , .,.- v .p-.t . g., ' ' .rg fl.-1 .r ,4.-. nn. . . , ,,..,,.q . 1 .--.rw'l' Q74 , 423 14 -, f. .fU.l.a.a L-gh: 79 1 French Clubs This year the French Club and the Little French Club had a busy year. In addition to planning successful hoagie and bake sales, the two clubs jointly planned a weekend trip to Montreal. Mr. Paul O'Malia, the clubs' advisor, did an excellent job in organizaing and super- vising this memorable trip. Officers-T. Ondrey, D. Rimshaw, T. Carr, L. Holland, Monsieur "O", C. Hinkle, D. Bogansky, A. Falatko, S. Hanusek. .ff The Little French Club-lst Row il.. To RJ--J. Wilkinson, D. Rimshaw, T. Carr, C. Clymer, A. Jeffreys, S.A. Branzg 2nd Row-M. Talarovich, J. Mensinger, L. Holland, S. Cole, L. Fisher, P. Barron: 3rd Row-J. Spock, T. Ondrey, J. Daugirda, M. Bogansky, G. Henry, Monsieur O'MaIia. 1 L K U "Jr The French Club-lst Row QL. To RJ-A. Plaksa, C. Myers, A. Herbener, C. Hinkle, M. Correllg 2nd RowfM. Yefchak, J. Welsko S. Carr, P. Matisak, S. Hanusek, A. Falatko, D. Mattavi, L. Bereznakg 3rd Row-Joanne Chuckra, D. Antonelli, D. Tremblay, M. Shea man, Monsieur O'Malia, D. Wanko, M. Rodino, D. Digon, D. Klopp, D. Bogansky. Spanish Club Under the supervision of Mr. Richard Cardoni, the F.H.S. Span- ish Club has participated in many outside activities during the 75-76 school year. These activities included a trip to Bloomsburg State College and two trips to King's College where students saw a film entitled EI Matador Magnifico and where they competed in a contest. In addition, students viewed a series of slides which depicted the way of life in Spain, and they also purchased a va- riety of pins inscribed with various Spanish sayings. This group also attempted to arrange a trip to Mexico or Spain which will hopefully become a reality next year. . :J hw Officers-1st Row-T. Marchetti, P. Myers. 2nd Row- G. Kost, T. Vaskalis FST li ,Q -V Zi '.h"l,, V 41' M I I I 'Ui I' ilf' x'-.-A,.i:V:!' wif' Z .. lv--T AAI- T Ah, . I ,L I fy et-'wx' -1 ' gif iiidgi, 5 il J - . .' fn. Fez- tp I W ' L uh ,i i 1- -I , Advisor-Mr. Cardoni ,fs - i"-r-' "'-T. al, The Spanish Club-1st Row QL. To RJ--D. Bell, C. Wassel, D. Wysocky, M. Tichy, M. Kleckner, S. Kreckie, C. Piazzig 2nd Row-Mr. Cardoni, S. Siroki, B. Stachnik, K. Bredbenner, T. Marchetti, M. Sissock, B. Fairchild, J. Martincek, F, Balong 3rd Row-T. Zoshak, L. Machella, M. Ceriani, M.lMattavi, D. Zoshak, M. Fedorshak, P. Shumate, T. Vaskalis, M. Kost, G. Kostg 4th Row-C. DelIaCroce, T. Skwierz, L. Mason, J. Opert, C. Fedorshak, L. Anthony, J. Matisak, N. Spock, M. Grega, N. Sheaman, K. Anderson, 5th Row-T. Chippi, D. Condrick, B. Zawatski, C. Everett, C. Detweiler, L. Miller, J. Litchko, L. Lesho, M. Mondell. 81 Student Council .J 45 f aiifiyt Student Council lst Row QL. To RJ-Mr. J. Timko, D. Oberrender, M..McKiniry, L. Edwards, W. Dias, G. Thomas, T. Ondrey, J. Ursta, J. Okrasinskig 2nd Row-P. Noggle, S. Cole, L. Lutz, K. Paulshock, C. Snyder, D. Zoshak, S. Kluck, K. Arnoldg 3rd Row-W. Oberrender, G. Budda, B. Kar- disco, M. Yefchak, T. Zoshak, A. Jeffreys, M. Correll, A. Falatko, T. Bending. This year the F.H.S. Student Council along with the stu- dent governments of H.H.S., B.H.H.S., and W.H.H.S. was involved in a new activity, a benefit dance for the Greater Hazleton Diabetic Association. The dance was a success, and each school received a plaque for its participation in this fund-raising project. In addition to this project, the student government also supported a Walk-A-Thon for the March of Dimes and a CROP Walk. Officers-Pres.-M. Yefchak, Vice-Pres.-J. Okrasinski, Sec.- T. Zoshak, Tres.-S. Kluck. 82 Model UN And Model Senate Under the direction of Mrs. Betty Corcoran, students interested in gov- ernment activities again partici- pated in the Model United Nations and Model Senate debates sponsored by King's College. Because of the fine accomplishments of F.H.S. students in previous years, our debate teams played key roles in this year's proceedings. Model U.N.-1st Row QL. To RJ-D. Ferko, M. Lutynski, C. Hinkle, D. Mattavi, B. Stachnik, A. Piazzi. 2nd Row-C. DeIlaCroce, M. Sheaman, B. Oberrender, L. Ed- wards, Mrs. Corcoran. C l'l l'llll..' ,L- iiii i 1 I Wim -V e - . -I I L.. Q . N ix .Qi , i. . lt , i , i Model Senate-1st Row QL. To RJ-S. Mason, C. Sweet, L. Kost. 2nd Row-Mrs. Corcoran, M. Uhrin, C. DellaCroce, D. Morcom B. Stachnik, D. Rodino. 3rd Row-R. Reczkowski, C. Hinkle, A. Piazzi, M. Rodino. 83 Dramatic Reading Three Freeland students partici- pated in the Seventeenth Annual Regional High School Interpretive Reading Festival that was held on Friday, April 30, at the Highacres Campus of the Pennsylvania State University. Participants in this con- test, sponsored by the Belles Lettres Society and the Penn State Student Government, were Leanne Bereznak, who read a selection in the poetry competition: Anita Herbener, who read in the drama competitiong and Alice Piazzi, who placed second in the prose category. This was the fourth year that Free- land students, under the direction of Mrs. Evelyn Shulman, have par- ticipated in this event and have won awards. A. Piazzi, A. Herbner, Mrs. Shulman Cadvisorj, L. Bereznak, Newspaper Correspondents The function of the news- paper correspondents is to write a weekly column for the Standard-Speaker. Each week two F.H.S. students, Alice Piazzi and Maureen Yori, under the direction of their new advisor, Miss Louise Lowery, were responsible for meeting a Monday deadline. Not only did these students gain valuable experience in journalism, but they also were instrumental in making the public more aware of school activities. 84 F19 K A tx k gram .1 .KU ' 4 aj," fa, f T L? rv S . 4 ' ' M. Yori, A. Piazzi. li li I iii!! TE -:S S. DECA l C. Christina, K. Miller, B. Brogan, K. Wilkinson, E. Kimmel. Ilia. Advisor-Mr. Gus Rosato The primary goal of distributive education is to combine classroom study with on-the-job training. Under the di- rection of Mr. Gus Rosato, distributive education students prepare for the future by gaining experience in various businessfields. 85 I au! 1' 'Vi - V ANT ,iw 1 .. ,A X .gf 52'-L f Y! 'A Q ,,f- WJ g "fig v- A - X L S 5 A , X- - X X .gig , sg, -W A 4--X fx., J, .Y X-1. yd!" . .JF , ' ' 5 aff ,ij ' 5' L 'i 62 FA P' ' - , X 1-. 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Maureen Yori-.l.V. captain Alice Falatko-J.V. co-captain Junior Varsity Squad-1st Row QL. To RJ-M. Holland, A. Falatko, M. Yori, A. Banyasg 2nd Row-D. Rimshaw, E. Machella, kie, L. Pecora, M.A. Tichy, R. Batcha. S. Krec Yearbook Staff Yergbi' -. Skill, dedication, energy, sound financing, and determination are just a few of the many elements required when a yearbook staff takes on the challenge of producing a successful yearbook. Members elected to the staff al- ways find each meeting challenging 'because it is difficult to cover one year of activities in a few short pages. However, this responsibil- ity is not the only one a yearbook staff faces, Sound financing is essential if there is going to be any yearbook at all. This year the staff's advertising campaign was one of the best ever. Such support from local businessmen is deeply appreciated by any yearbook staff. This year's staff also found it exciting to work on a book published during the Bicen- tennial year. The staff's decision to use the ' colored pictured, "The Spirit of '76," on the cover of the book symbolizes the pride of the Class of '76 in graduating during America's Bicentennial. ill Photographers: QL. To RJ-Cheri Snyder, Tom Vaskalis, Gary Kost. 5 1st Row-QL. To RJ-D. Bogansky, M. Kleckner, B. Stachnik, M. Rodino, B. Martinchek, C. DellaCroceg 2nd Row-S. Carr, J. Welsko, M. Yori, B. Kardisco, M. Baskin, D. Klopp, C. Snyder, C. Myers, C. Paulshock, A. Falatko, J. Chuckrag 3rd Row-M. Correll, A. Plaksa, A. Falatko, N. Bama, A. Piazzi, M. Lutynski, C. Hinkle, T. Vaskalis, M. Yefchak, G. Kost. 96 Editor-in-Chief ..... Marilyn Baskin Selina Carr Joanne Chuckra Alice Falatko Bernardine Kardisco Donna Klopp Gary Kost Betsy Kostick Nancy Barna Michele Correll Cathy DellaCroce Anita Falatko Claire Hinkle 1,551 Marla Kleckner 1-ar. ,H , . ' : i-251 'PN i THE STAFF Business Manager ............. . Seniors Juniors Debbie Bogansky Mary Rodino Mary Lutynski Alice Piazzi Barbara Stachnik Tom Vaskalis Janet Welsko Michele Yefchak Maureen Yori Beth Martinchek Carol Myers Cathy Paulshock Anna Plal-asa Cheri Snyder I, l i 41,1-bei' r, f J.-- 1.91 x,'l'.Q..5' A it Af - ll' 1 S- i'l ' 14 .4 H film- i ff - '- ' -TK 1 wif W 1, f -1 8 I' ,ff QQ! ,, 1 .5,4.-A . if ' ' I jg. -ch .A-.. , y, g1fxgAf 1 .13 1 i -.lil fl rf .51 .,, , A '.l.1.- -A my 'LWB ' .3 ,.J"."'r1V' - f' ff' ..r' TQ 'I'-'V H ,.,f J .5 . f7f2i'f:,.-"j-Silt,-Q 11, ,Ji K 'H wr Ls. "LW, E - " --EQLK 1'-7 Q .1 1 ua..-1, Y V, .Mk 98 1-1'1" I' '-:QQ v,. 1 , ' 1251 -.F I K 1 ,.-X, , . Q f f" X! , Q 3,2 . . -"' A. ff- . 409- 3.7 'J-,z 1--Q xg W MP V, ' f - A' ' Lil' 1,6 ',:I':"" x-- Q" ' ?l Qld,-, U 3i?'. f JC, Qmgfya. tw 'I x W 'V' A N 1 v X 'vi W 1 .R-1 --o ---x-S ',,.ff . A- ! I " 'f V ""E3.,.,""" 1 , f 'R .I 5' Y w j. . 1 - M . ' - ., - , 95 A A ' V ff 1. , .. "W A ' -A -' f' 'A --. Q-Jf'l's , A J- ' N" " ' ' v f -, N J W X ,V ' N-Q -4 --x 'I . . .'7.., 1 E L 15111. f' ,-. J, L"' """' 1. Q I, ' ,-."-,,,,I ......i . , if Q' , inf. l1.f4a..1.1 - A35 ff. 4 Advisor-Mrs. Cassarella l "fs PM - + A f-if f by 7 f. f "xt"-iz in . ' fj ' V' 'ff '. lf F Y 5' if ' 'fm ,wh b W I l la' my Q: -V Q 'Nqq : Mft 17 I I!" 'K ' --'.l 4-w 'g UQ:-lx v Y .S ,I 5 N K . 1 2,5 fw . 'vmg 'A 2:12 f,ff1:'L:,,,i?7?prM .. - co., Nqgmw ff-- '1 -Jv- fr H, QQ x Pep Club l . Y " ff ' I T L..- . ,. .LN A . ' K- in nf 9th Si 10th Pep Club-lst Row QL. To RJ-M. Ceriani, K. Gresh, S. Kreckie, D. Zoshak, J. Mensinger, S. Siroki, M. Talarovich, J. Shirokig 2nd Row-L. Kost, J. Ballots, C. Arnold, S. Kluck, M. Bogansky, M. Uhrin, L. Lutz, J. Matisak, N. Sheamang 3rd Row- B. Hindson, M. Holland, B. Batcha, A. Banyas, V. Elliott, T. Carr, P. Barron: 4th Row-J. Heller, T. Cartwright, T. Zoshak, C. Clymer, L. Machella, A. Jeffreys, D. Rimshaw. 11th 84 12th Pep Club-lst Row QL. To RJ-J. Hollick, C. Hinkle, T. Edl, D. Mattavi, M. Yori, A. Falatko, A. Piazzi, M. Baskin, J. Welsko, P. Matisak, M. Lutynskip 2nd Row-C. DellaCroce, M. Kleckner, S. Miller, C. Frey, J. Rock, D. Bogansky, M. Rodino, M. Siroki, B. Kostick, B. Stachnik, K. Bredbennerg 3rd Row-M. Poluka, J. Danko, T. Verba, L. Bereznak, D. Klopp, J. Chuckra, L. Lonzetta, T. Kushner. 4th Row-D. Anthony, P. Shumate, M. Fedorshak, C. Wassel, S. Carr, 5th Row-C. Banyas, C. Paulshock, M. Correll, A. Plaksa, N. Barna, A. Falatko, C. Myers, M. Sissock, L. Mason, K. Myers. - If lj. Officers: P. Matisak fpresidentj, M. Lutynski Csecretaryb. Lbsigwf. ii N. J The Pep Club, under the direction of Mrs. Catherine Hauze, had a very active year. Senior Pam Matisak was elected as president, and Mary Lutynski served as secretary-treasurer. Collection of dues from each of the ninety-nine members enabled the club to provide .fans with transportation to away basketball games. With the money left over at the end of the season, the club bought gifts for each of the senior basket- ball players. .l .itfxiltimllj 1' I ' l Anlr A ,4 V tb. ..-A Q9-in . , 05993 9 y -.1 'Q ' D I ZX fl f N 1 . A v 1 i 'uf M' if ,4 Y ' ' - . .er " fam, ,hx 'JT A-qi .Q ' ' K'-N S , s I f I vt nh' 'Nt U Q 42 YV? x .,, 3 1 'Qi , f , Q1 ' 4 45' 'fir ,rj it , W at I 4 Y at K -n,E':' yv D i Aw ' f jx J 8 J: Al' I I "Memories may be beautiful and yet, What's too painful to remember We simply choose to forget." fri? tFY':"3yEj'."Lk f . in V W W' T l -, 1 1 W - an A l .gf as an 1 . .M . B - 'K 'X :tx r 5 'J 5 ll e Q 4 l af I S 3 Q I H 5. f l 9 4 -E Vg-il?" A i f . " .x ' -. ., S ,fc ef - . ,. f - J ' 'N '54 4512 X -:la ' Q ' ' i V ' I lr , ,H '-iff L-1+ 1- ? X , - f 5 eiifsii " 1 Q , 5 , 'f'm"L - " 'W ' ' aff J' - It b - fr A ll i . 31 . . . V t ' t - E..-Av .' ' v -l X' "1 Fir' ZW g 1 - ff 1 ,A if A ' l ' 3 ff7ri'if Ji- ' 'N' wi f-' ' f S--- ft? 5Q2""'l'ff154 ' ' U ' - . e 'N-1 'P 1 A 1 :Q -liege . 3,,-' ,l..4 Football 1st Row QL. To RJ-C. Fox, M. Marencin, M. Elliott, J. Ursta, M. Bogansky, G. Purcell, D. Shumate, J. Braddock: 2nd Row M. Swankoski, R. Elliott, B. Spock, G. Thomas, M. Kopczynskie, R. Kluck, M. McKiniryg 3rd Row-J. Bama, S. Yaskewich B O 1 6 ' 26 Thomas, F. Kost, J. Okrasinski, P. DeAngelo, M. Kujat, M. Mondell Coach: Joe Matulevich 104 THE RECORD FHS Opponents Northwest Southern Columbia O Hamburg 21 33 Northern Lebanon O O Jim Thorpe 20 0 Blue Ridge 8 0 Weatherly 28 20 Saint Clair 34 6 Pleasant Valley 14 6 Columbia-Montour 26 Vo-Tech gf: 'U ' vm' LX , 9- ' -. " 1 M .W " , ,' ' 1' K ig, X gig -.N ' Klx X ' fr:-' ' L -' A- AQ fa 'Ziff q ma- XA ' ,W j 'g . - 72 , V,-, ' X fx ' I JUN vu, Y l FH. . v fx I :WK-5 If ,., ,mmf 1 -4-A 45f'Vfrc . ,. --A-4, ' , vigil, '1-sv ..f,rff-Q , I 5:-. 5, 6 ,- I 5 fr' I- " - 8,. 1 - . Q ' : '31 ' N -4 1- ny-5 fl if ,Q F 'uk riff dai. ,,.---mAg':54,gj A' A IA H-.fr ., .- '-'fy-1 ., K, ,. ,,.1,j,i,-.,--, .Q ,, , M ,,, -.1.1,, -1.-Q - f.-,.f.v,- -311, -' '4 .- ...nL.,.1.-Av. um- W '-A ' .' ' '-,.' -'.'.' A-,f . iff-' S' Y. A-n QQ VP N Mike Elliott 1' .- , .' :- .wnf-'F' - X -TNI vhngrv 93' Gym Team g g -i 1-v--.......,,,.....e..e L... . - -- - . , H ,. it - i "'--L-r--i . l ...-.,4.-..-.,.- , "gi as L.. I . 1 ' l lst Row-QL. To RJ-A. Duda, H. Elliott, R. Maleski, M. Balas. B. Fairchild, M. Marencin, L. Swankoski, R. Cudwadie, V. Karpowichg 2nd Row-Coach Joan Moses, P. Shumate, B. Batcha, M. LaRizzio, J. Hollick, T. Skwierz, C. Wassel, D. Ambrose, R. Sherman, C. Myersg 3rd'Row-C. Piazzi, D. Rimshaw, C. Clymer, M. Talarovich, B. Stachnik, M. Kleckner, D. Mattavi, A. Jeffreys, M. Fedorshak, M. Tichy. R. Reczkowski. In its second year of competition, the F.H.S. Gym Team had a most im- pressive season. Coached by Mrs! Joan - A Moses, Freeland gymnasts had two wins, ' 'i l P ' s i , , . . , both of which were against the more C3 . experienced Olypians of Jim Thorpe. 'L W In past years the lack of good equip- 1 ment often hampered our team in competition, but this year the addition Lf. of a new balance beam, still rings, floor-exercise mats, and new boys' uniforms proved to be an asset. In April, the gym team also partici- M pated in Freeland's tenth annual gym L R exhibition, an event which is always exciting and colorful. P511 lst Row- QL. To RJ-M. Marencin, V. Karpowich, A. Duda, B. Fairchild, 2nd Row- 10g L. Swankoski, R. Cudwadie, R, Maleski, H. Elliott, M. Balas. . A T TT TJ T "'A T ,ff ' 1st Row QL To Rl-B. Batcha, P. Shumate, M. Kleckner, B. Stachnik, M.Talarovich, C. Myers: 2nd Row-M.A. LaRizzo, J. Hollick, T. Skwierz, C. Wassel, D. Ambrose, R. Sherman: 3rd Row-C. Piazzi, D. Rimshaw, C. Clymer, D. Mattavi, A. Jeffreys, M. Fedorshak, M.A. Tichy R. Reczkowski. Advisor-Mrs. Moses 7 ..-T. .blew N I LLL 109 J I fa K tachmk Co Captain AMP in l 'L 0 L, x X A ' f 'Te , N ,Q L flfgm 4 I Ji Basketball Aggressively battling against some tough ball teams, the F.H.S. cagers, alias "The Wild Bunch," were unsuccessful in posting a winning record for the 1975-1976 bas- ketball season. In his first yeia? as basket- ball coach, Mr. Michael Watahovich, at- tempted to initiate a new game of basket- ball at F.H.S. and was more successful in this attempt than the record shows. Coach Watahovich is definitely looking forward to a much better season next year. S L'Jt' 5 agile hi , . Q1-Q," ,A l.- 'TV' Vi' Varsity Team-lst Row QL To RJ-J. McDermott, M. Dinofrio, J Ursta G Thomas M Murmello M Swankoski A Kolensky 2nd Row-J. Bama, R.Thomas, P. DeAngelo M. Kluck, R. Gavinski, J. O Donnell D Herman Coach Mike Watahovich 112 Junior Varsity Team-lst Row QL To Rl-M. Kopczynskie, D. Shumate, R. Kluck, M. Sisock, M. Boganskyg 2nd Row-Coach Joe Barletta, M. Dinofrio, R.Thomas, J. Ursta, R. Gavinski, J. O'DonneII, M. Murmello. 1 r . 'N uw. L.. 113 3 -f. ' , "'V 'I ,1 A YI 9 ' - , rfnhh Lu -A , T- , ,t N-,V if- -.-Iii W ,V A. , W 3 . V VF .av , .,,+ ri " J' .., all ' 5.133 L i vu 4 r 'ff . ,' 3 FI.. Vmgrl 1 . , ' ,lil -a' f x I 1 NL, r 4 , 1 iz, 9 .P lit? fr N NI' . , J i vi 4 f .K .. X 4' J? . M. .2 pf I M .M xxx .ik x H' A li 1 f " H N fd A ir 4 1 xi- P Q, 1' wi :Fifi 4 9' 75,514 " V' .V 1 'Sf Mn. Jf,:wJ i JR A X ' ,lg-T ,H El gfhzlj 'LY L IJ,-"fig r ' 1 55-if-' "Y H ",q31,'rQ:f Q-:J 54 4, MI.-1 .. w.1,' 3221! , 4: . Anti Af""- -if 1935 Qui, Cross-Country The Freeland High School Cross-Coun- try Team did not post a winning record this year, but the squad, composed mainly of sophomores, showed great dedication and improvement throughout the season. Coach Joe Marnell is expecting a much better season next year since the majority of his runners will be returning. -:im V xi 3' ' Coach-Joseph Marnell Team-1st Row QL. To RJ-M. Murmello, M. Fedorshak, M. Sisock, T. Pecora, J. Braddock, T. Flanagan, R. Cudwadie 16 Brian Brogan and Jim McDermott FHS THE RECORD OPPONENTS 0 Hazleton 20 0 West Hazleton 20 O Bishop Hafey 20 0 Weatherly 20 1 Marian 19 O Hazleton 16 O Weatherly 20 1 Marian 19 2 MMI 18 We West Hazleton 1 5 0 Bishop Hafey 16 2 MMI 18 Golf This season F.H.S. golfers did not golf so well as they did in previous years. Although none of them had an average score of less than 100, their interest and dedication made it possible for Coach Tom Matisak to rebuild his team so that next year's season promises to be more successful. Judy Hollick Greg McKinley . 4, L , 'P U W . f , - , . 1 ' '45-Q: , , I 1st Row: QL. To RJ-J. McDermott, J. Hollick, R. Dion, T. McKinleyg 2nd Row-R. Marchetti, Coach Tom Matisak G. McKinley, B. Bmgan, M. Sulkosky, w. Karpowich. 117 i ,ima 1 . , fp, 4 A Y 'F' r Q 'x ' - 5 .3 YY H: .jd ' " P CL T , 1 ,nf If. J - V . lf' - v nl .. 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' ' , ' L9 -nl 1 Vx Q -'-N .,r', . 2 .. . . f- ' ,i T 'T I lei 2 ' ,Q 'fx , , . ,X 's., Q , ' Q fi: gi - ., f, ea v 1 snail. .. 1 - sf B 1. is i 'K 'I Q n v I g 2 if is B .f we 1 f :.1g'fQ' 1 jr., Ez. si. . . 1. ' 'ga-...Q Q" L-'Ragga 1:51111 ,Jedi elf. ' -J Baseball Team-QL. To RJ-Coach Richard Cardoni, Manager T. Pecora, R. Thomas, G. Kost, G. Thomas, J. Barna, J. Ursta, J. Okrasinski, M. . 'IQ -' ew v'T.-we-91,531-151-11,1 -2+ 1--H-Y-----1U -155-swf:-,1g 1+ ' ni H isit3li"?51 , "Wi-T ' 1 . ., :'.--Slim 4- JL .W'lil"1i71.f:1:1. wi-1.f2"i-'xr'.4l1f:df 1 . '- - .ef .-iii-i i 1.1 ls l,.1.e 'lem i... 11.3 .- Y. 1 Af , , Ur mia, V ,,j,-iilPq:.- .v-J' 1 U, W' sgesu gsf.e.,.,.,.l, I i Nl l"...,L'i- A '.l1L,.' ll-5. A.. ,W '.a..4sxr.'-:.L:-f .j '. 1 a., , L,' ' , ,M . ,, . . -A - K. . . -1-L--,,,,..,.......- - ,T ,L 1 . L., .-.Lee " - -- -4f",1',-g'Q.'QvQi' ?' ' M1 -4 "'--:::d:.""'-' -.- .. ,,. ?-:,,5:Ex.i5-M-Ss: ,..k1.-' vial-L .J A Q U, , ian:-.fi T R 'maxi 1 AX A.. .1 l wi... ma 1. .-, 9. .. Tk?- '45 1 -ig.: N: QT. ff 1,1 -'.,f,-- ,,- . ' ,,.l. I..- ? -uffkk.. r. , Coach Richard Cardoni 'J-11.4 '..,-' ll 1 -if -0- - -5 ii ' - ,- 1 Q, ...ash ' 1 : K 3 :lx QKYA -A rg, .i,. .. H - 'PTfTT'7':3 'f1,,.,,,...,.-.ai 9111's .I if ,,.e- fy'-if. 1. - 1 . , J, Z-.13 ,..Y . ,w., 4 - ,- 5 . . , 5,36-. .....-A - ptr- -J-J 2: K 'firm 412' - H ,- 1 , , 1. . M214 - , - - - F-1 1 -" 1' ztfzaz. .. 'afzzlff' ez-Y A' Q -T4 'i 2 LA . . I ': H -. L: : - 2 2 Lia "l an ' W l ffl is i if? it "lf l 'i .. . , I ,.... 1 ' law l a , i ' " " , .-'ff' 31,2 5, 5 l feet 1. 2, ,Gift li s 5 me ag gee 53 fan 111.gif gg i - if it T12-' .4 Z ,l H+- ff jfii' cuz. M15 ,,. -'Era va: J '. H - it gg: H, ,far Q,-72, J ' ' 'U T 5 r Q 13 F' 7 if WVHH PQQ 'li .QQ farm lk: K1-141.4 11 L -,4, W1 A 4 :".llE'2f"sv. K Pal f,'f:5':q2l,2,l':FL7-.LQFI"-Ei"F'1Ef7f'iy ' 5' I r - ig D. Rebarchak. J. Daugirda, M. Bogansky. D. Kobza, J. McDermott, R. Kluck, J. Spock, R. Marchetti, S. Cartwright, M. Swankoski, Kluck, J. O'Donnell, P. DeAngelo. THE RECORD Lourdes Regional Jim Thorpe Cardinal Brennan Weatherly Hazleton MM Bishop Hafey West Hazleton MM Hazleton Bishop Hafey West Hazleton FHS OPPONENTS 8 ' 11 3 ' 4 7 ' 6 10 O 7 Marian Catholic O 14 3 . 7 l 4 6 ' 4 3 4 8 l 1 2 15 1 O O 8 gy-gn.,-..,.. ...V . l ,V Q 7,3371 33:7 i ,I , 1 , HH, M. U H , -- A - I. Q r' '?- 'Til ef.. -' i.,-ew..-..zes:'w.1.M-1-'W' - , ' - -' ' 4 . x 2 . L. . , -V A W'fiK?'f13-if'Ti""Wa4ii:f'fC'i'2r-?5Y4T'i'f'T ' '- '75 1 ':,1.Juga.2-,1-' Nw .rrlffa f hill f5":.4T'14. 1' ' " J n'.'x.-.1in."."-'v:5521- -.'g-1f.L . ':..L.',u: get-1" '5I:!5"iZjQ.7'r.:.1- , gi--v6:'.l9' in -, - : -- l M 51. ' f .. -. " ' i l ' i- . l . -1-r .-.f-,.3,.- ..i .. I.. tw A Q w , , 1.15, 1.5.-43,1 Us ,- lp' qi.: ' H- ' ' ...i 4 i . ul .lei li . ' 1 'I "1 ,"l ' i ' ,.,T-'-' "'--1153-ji :f1q'il1 gp f' " -Ii Jvr, K '- . .a-ww.,,g1-.if 1-li -" 4 1 I ,l ..,,, 1, Q 1'- L . ,:. yd. .-.bd . L47 . Qt ', 1 . p I I if. ' -f-- . . ,A , I .Q - ' " Yiirvii 1"i' 'V i ,gi--,---4 . ,. , gplffff, ,+- ,,, .l,,....,, Seniors M' A 1 x.,,X..,,:.f- P -.,.,a,u.ta,.. 1 P:2".n'f' ww , , 1 , .' "W ya. Q- -jf. ,5 4- L V . .ul-1:-.-... ,- Jim McDermott -it ,1.,,-j- ...Y Y W Y- Y Y 7.7-V-f Y 'z ' nh. ,A Lf , , v . .,.g.., ,.. wi.. aw, 41.1" u "'W',1TfAn - J.-,.-xx, ,M r? " "cfm 'w ..- - '- - .,,F4-V: -.l In y . b : w 122 53544 ' w4ef2i5'S-:'. F" a 11'?-gn, IA-., -.Nw , R'rfa.1wv-QT'-.Li fu-Q1 , 4:45,-1-'gf "WAN , -A W,-, , ms-.4 I - . x-- -.L,g.,'v -Q 5 VEPQN, 'Ax J, .,,.,qg,,f .,- :MQ15 ' ?:.1fff1?.f1: 'fr' fi M m ,. . Y -f I i t l BX A l r 1-.,-:fb Gary Kost ,ff 'U 1- . ' H l f fn I ""Y,,,, , , F ., , --Q1 L' 'lf , Hifw .,. ' 47'-5-' X 'X I 'lf '- ,..f'ff.y7q ,-Q.. - ' xi :',asf:,g3 ?'4f11'-f5fL1'?- Joe Okrasinski a fQf+:p.:4. 731513 -L fiffg.-f::1f 'aj I v ' , '. A, 4 ,..-v-1 ...----,,-- L-Jl""T"""" .-s HN' - - 1 ' .' d A ' ' .....Y- . -9, A "1 ,MV ' ' X Z, 24'1-'Q1'.1'5f'1Qffl2Qzx:' 'Q U f ' w.. " - I ,fxK..,x1j-,:,3i:h?g,::g5-,- 1.9-J. . -, - - V .hw . , . -.jf I 3, 3 Q.. s-- R' ' ' , ""'-- ' ' ' I , , a ,, A. .xi-xl- l. - dj' ' . if-1 .-PQ r 5 ' A ew, 3 I 'l QA I .- ,NT J i l ' Mark Kluck Gary Thomas Z Y 5' 1 , . -X ' Q , , . . .fi ' f ' .ffl , T. Y I fp V f Q 1 1 XXX I ' . ,.. , lj! , Jiifff RX X X ' . .',.':Q-'H " I V'FjQ':' 71. if-1 ' fl 1 'ff' ff I R L74 - ' XX XX XX ' ,w .- U. V . I, .I l.j,' v', --',,:'., , f f ,f V ,:1i3v?'9gj,nL: X X X X - T- - IN- x f' f I f ' J 5 A' 1 X in ." 71.f .1..-"A-1' 1 ' " V if'-vi-'9fiU'KL3Kfl1.'7'.'Q4 A' ' v 1 w - 3' . . 4:f.AJ,433:Af..,.bfL. I i.,-Q., X, F 1 . ,f-v-,LJ HAL,-.-1 4 I L, . I. 7 -W :- -f f f -.1-wit'-f-ir':'..ff'. --ff:--':f. nw-: if-' frff iff-H 'ffd A 11-'F 123 1:e?1: 5' -N .-WTFIQ1'-f,f1 41. f- ,L-.rl Q " 2 A ,p - s 5- ' ' --g1i"'f.'q,' :ETH USM W...-Qf. Q. MW? 9 f' ,' f ' " T13-' ' ' P ' --41. "L .uf-VT:S...' A 1 Q' l I ' ,,.,.f f , - . , -f ff , 1 ,--Ld.--Af-. .19 , 1 I 1 1 f 1 , 1 f Y ' 7 r z2m5fffJe2i!L"'U - ,' ,' f 'A V N tl -- '. !:'f A ' r .5 1 f f ' I , 1 , , v-afQ.'-af H 1 1 . . 1 Mark Swankoski John Bama .x gf' Q. . V55 N.-. L 4.1. .,,- . Seniors-IL. To RJ-M. Swankoski, G. Kost, J. Okrasinski, M. Kluck, J. McDermott, G. Thomas, J. Bama. Girls' Softball Q Girls' softball, a new sport at F.H.S., proved to be successful. The girls, under the direction of Coach Rocco Fallabel, captured the spring title and finished the season with an 11-2 record. With only three seniors leaving, Coach FalIabel's team should be strong again next year. El i 'ii of ' -ff f . ' .' nf' I TL' -3, I a 3, 1 Coach-Rocco Fallabel 1st Row QL To Rl-A. Falatko, M. Yorig 2nd Row-A. Falatko, N. Bama, A. Plaksa, R. Fallabel fcoachj, Nl. Sissock, M. Lutynski S. Coleg 3rd Row-C. Budda, T. Bending, L. Fisher, N. Nlistiszyn, L. Volciakg 4th Row-T. Dovan, C. Wisdo, K. Heller, S. Kluck. 124 L'. - . MH ,,. l lt :rg--' Jagiwi,-1. 5 'I 'UQ-o -H 'pi 1 ..b 'NE' 1 9 Alice Falatko THE RECORD FHS OPPONENTS 1 5 West Hazleton 9 1 5 Jim Thorpe 9 9 Hazleton O 10 Bishop Hafey 3 27 Weatherly 10 27 MMI 3 23 West Hazleton 15 32 Jim Thorpe 2 Hazleton Bishop Hafey Weatherly MM Playoff Bishop Hafey -5' .95 -P, Y., H314 Maureen Yori Mary Lutynski 'nl I 7 . lb? L ., ,M i-:f,.'.. , ,, ' g-1 -N fini:-1 ,Q -J--Q.f1f1g "J 4a:.,. F .Q -ai.-'f.L,,' - VY' :ffl-" ..J.-1.52 i""f 'fi .'iV'lf7g- 94351: .fig 5?1g2?fQt -' ' ,gy 1-4 , 1: J., -,zv '. .. i ,. g ,, A 1-.-Q.J."'f,f-,ff '."-f2".,,f, ' 041554 -' ,."f'7. ff-li..4lL::Z-3546 1.g?'fL!f'a 5fv' .'f'r':"t Bowling As it comes time to close the book on the bowling Whippets for another season, one can only reflect on the many enjoyable times spent on the lanes. All of the Mondays, the bus trips, the tournaments, the varsity matches, and the banquet have created memories that we will never forget. My thanks to you, the bowlers, for a truly enjoyable year. Coaching becomes an easy task when one is involved with people who care. The officers of the league are to be commended for performing their duties in an outstanding manner. In bidding a final farewell to the senior keglers, l can only hope that your bowling days at F.H.S. were "STRlKlNG" ones. QW! 5 oline.. Singles-Doubles Tournament-Mark Nelson and Mark Sisock llineelingj. Doubles Champs-Dave Digon, high hdcp. single-254: Anita Falatko, high single-175 QStandingl. ' D97 I Individuals-Carol Myers, High Average-1613 Janet Welsko, High Single-221 9' Winners in Greater Hazleton Junior Tournament-The Corn- huskers-Kneeling QL To RJ-Captain Jim Maranki, Paul Sisock. Standing-Mark Sisock, Walter Dias, George Henry. Winners in Greater Hazleton Junior Tournament-The 76'ers QL To Rl-Captain Denise Rimshaw, Sandy Mason, Lori Lutz, Sandy Lesko, Kathy Arnold. llifytcz l l l l :Ill 4 XQX lst Row-QL To RJ-N. Barna, A. Plaksag 2nd Row-P. Matisak, D. Rimshaw, L. Lutz, M. Bogansky, S. Lesko, K. Arnold, M. Murmello, S. Mason, A. Falatko, 3rd Row-G. Henry, D. Mattavi, T. Carr, J. Welsko, P. Sisock, M. Correll, W. Dias, T. Ondrey, M. Sisock, J. Marankig 4th Row-T. Flanagan, R. Marchetti, D. Kobza, G. Kost, M. Kost, Mr. O'Malia Ccoachj, J. Ceriani, M. Nelson, D. Digon, M. Siroki, M. Murmello, J. Chuckra, K. Whitehead, J. Danko, M. Yencha, T. Marchetti, B. Brogan, S. Carr, D. Anthony. ' "Ml"-1 i I l f i Officers-QL To Rl-Brian Brogan, President, Dot Mattavi, Treasurer, Carol Myers, Secretary, Mr. O'Malia, Coach. L -I?" , 'H' High Series-Tina Marchetti-558, Gary Kost-628. l yt ir ' X . . F. or. of L ,L ,,,, i League Champs-The Giants. Kneeling QL To RQ: Pam Matisak, Mary Ann Siroki. Standing: Bobby Marchetti, WaItepf,Dias, Mike Murmello, captain. 5 High Game-Mark Nelson 12461, Mary Ann Siroki C2373 Z P-, X ,,f gags? ,-. V ., 3 . :Ale f.. Q. ' - . Most improved Average-Tina Marchetti, Paul Sisock. 1 ,v J 1 Runners-up-The Rams. Selina Carr, Dot Mattavi-captain Paul Sisock, Mike Yencha, Anna Plaksa. ' , I1 V , 'j, Y I W 1 , , ., EEEEG? ' if.. W Z.--if -. 19 m 'M i-. 3.1, uf. T?" t' ' J' i 4 X A ii .x I-. ., , . "5 , ', 'eh 1 if ' i . e 'ff 3 if ' Q . fr-4 if Q ifi in T i A V' fl" - ' JN ul, -V WIC 37 .A vi K- .- '1""- f--, ,, j ii-1 f ,rv 'f ' 'A Q, fi . A , L, 3 ,11-1.3, , N M , f :fi i , 'lv i'ti i , i r N . 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