Frewsburg Central School - Senior Leaves Yearbook (Frewsburg, NY)
- Class of 1983
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Top left to right: Mr. 5. Ralph Marta, Supervising
Principal; Mr. Archie Miller, RHJ Elementary School
Principal. Bottom right: Mr. Robert O. Woodard, High
Seated: Elaine E. Jensen, Janet L. Jones, Bonnie StockwelHPresidenH.
Standing: Gordon Sheldon-mistrict Clerld, Michael Carney, Ernest Wiltsie-Wice
Presidend, Richard B. Bandley, Charles Barone.
Seated at desk: Carol Gloss. Standing:
Audrey Gatgen, Carrie Clark, Lois McCul-
Left to right: Norma Watson,
Patricia Fuchs, Martha Haut-
zinger, Dorothy Fenton.
Kneeling: Sue Gray. Standing:
Harriet Pierce, Vivian Johnson,
Donna Petransky, Barb Crissman,
Left to right: Kathy Hitchcock, Hazel Swanson,
Janet Strong, Autumn Eckman, Marcia Johnson,
Ruth Atkins, Dorothy Waite.
Clockwise from top left: Mr. Confer, Mr. Songster, Mr.
Jackson, Mrs. Beckerink, Mr. Vanstrom 7
Row 1: Mrs. Larson, Mrs. Basile. Row
2: Mr. Basile, Mrs. Suchar. Row 3: Miss
Benson, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Edwards.
Clockwise from top left:
Mrs Mattocks, Mr.
Feather, Mr. Anderson, Mr.
Mangano, Mr. McFarland.
Clockwise from top left: Mr. Johnson, Mr. Sharp, Mrs. Villella.
Mrs. Skoglund, Miss Rieger.
Miss Doskocz, Mlss Nowacki.
Mr. Germaine, Mr. Cluckey.
Mrs. Cable, Mrs. McLaughlin.
Mr. Goold, Mrs. Sitler bidd
Miss Root, Mrs. Schwedt.
Mr. Gremer Mt. Hair
Top left picture. CUSTODIANS - Row 1:
Roger Oberg, Hubert Beardsley. Row 2:
Mike Danielson, Leroy Rearson. Bottom
picture. CLEANING PERSONS
Kneeling: Ruth Bennett, Charlotte Beards-
ley. Standing: Judy Lauffenburger, Nancy
Coe, Edgar Schultz, Nancy Barron, Minnie
Before launching his career at Frewsburg Central in
September, 1964, Lee Fletcher was a graduate of Jamestown
High School. He later went on to obtain his Associates degree
at Jamestown Community College, Bachelofs degree at Purdue
Unlversity, and his Master's at Clarisson. During his 19 years of
teaching at Frewsburg Central, Mr. Fletcher has had great
personal Involvement with the student body. In the past, he has
served as the assistant football coach, golf coach, and class
adviser. In his spare time, Mr. Fletcher enjoys carpentry,
cross-country skiing, hunting, and golfing.
Barbara Akin Renee Bailey Karen Baker Thomas Barone
Rick Barstow Anthony Barto Harold Bennett Lee Bennett
Robert Benson Suzan Blanchard Bowman Bruce Boyd
J ulie Carter
J ohn Davis
Yost, John Davis, Torn
Barone, and Lee Ben-
nett, Bob Butters and
Tom Mott, Craig Swan-
son, Tom Mott, Rick
Row 1: Todd Walker, Patti Swanson,
Wendy Nelson. Row 2: Kathy Davis, Bob
Butters, Scott Stiver. Row 3: Cliff
Sleasman, Steve Ryberg, Bob Munson.
Thomi Sue Fishwick
Debbie Johnson Heidi Johnson Jeff Johnson Nancy Johnson
Brenda Kirik Ann Klark Rhonda Kolstee Ronald Kuhns
Carrie Lind Jon Lindboom Stefan Linder Randy Lingenfelter
Junior - Senior
The 1982 Junior-Senior Prom was held on May 22 at the
Jamestown Holiday Inn. An estimated ninety persons attended
the buffet dinner and dance afterwards. The music was provided
by the well-liked band "Prophecy." Marla Pytcher and Shane
Conlan were elected senior King and Queen, while Candy
Swanson and Bob Butters were selected junior King and Queen.
Decorations were the class flower, the yellow rose, and guests
were the Marras and the Woodards. Chaperones for the evening
included Mr. and Mrs. Dan Carlson and Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Every year, two boys
and one girl are accepted
for Girls, and Boys, State,
sponsored by the Amer-
ican Legion and Auxiliary.
Sent to different colleges
in New York State, they
spend a week forming
political groups, separate
counties and districts, and
the various governments
tq rule them. This year
Kathy Davis was chosen
for Girls, State, and
Shawn Yost and Tom
Barone were chosen for
Row 1: Urom left to rightk Mrs.
McLaughlin bdvisorL Gloria Nelson,
Patti Swanson. Row 2: Rick McMasters,
Ann Klark. Row 3: Cary Logan.
Anders Ljunbag Cary Logan Tamara Luke Rhonda Lutgen
Jody Mathews Russell Mazzurco Michelle McKeever Bethany Moore
June Moore Thomas Mott Robert Munson John Nash
Top picture tL to R1: Mr. Bailey; Renee Bailey,
Senior Attendant; Mr. Swanson; Candace Swanson,
Senior Attendant; Mr. Fairbanks; Karen Fairbanks,
Homecoming Queen; Brenda Weller, Former
Queen; Bonnie Weilacher, Freshman Attendant; Mr.
Weilacher; Kris Fletcher, Sophomore Attendant; Mr.
Fletcher; Karen Nelson, Junior Attendant; Mr.
Nelson; Lori Cobb, Princess; Paul Webb, Page.
Perhaps the biggest event during football
season this year - that is outside of winning our
one and only game on that day e was Homecoming
and Spirit Week, Oct. 18-23, 1982. As occurs every
year, there was much rivalry between the classes,
but everyone had fun competing.
As a new idea, Monday became Hat Day.
Tuesday was the traditional Dress-Up Day on which
the Senior football players and cheerleaders were
given flowers as recognition of their years of
participation and dedication. This year, Wednesday
was officially Country-Western Day. This gave
everyone a chance to dress up like the uOld West",
and we saw everything from chaps to lassoes.
Thursday was traditionally devoted to Crazy Day.
New and innovative ideas were used at this year's
Crazy Nights. You could take part in anything from
lemon rolling to toilet paper wrapping. Despite the
rain earlier that day, the bonfirehaep rally was held
on Friday night.
The Homecoming Game was played against the
highly-rated Randolph Cardinals. The determined
Bears managed to play a defensive and offensive
game and squeeze through with a 15-14 victory over
Randolph. At halftime of the game, Karen
Fairbanks was crowned Homecoming Queen. With
music by ttNightshift", the Homecoming Dance
ended the week-long festivities.
John Szarowicz Michael Thierfeldt Jeffery Thomas Mark Tompkins
Vanessa VanArsdale Laura Verga Todd Walker Marcie Whitwood
Tammy Wilson Shawn Yost Eva Young Lisa Young
enior Class Officers
Row 1: Todd Walker. Row 2: Patti Swanson, Kelley Eaton Ureasj, John Davis Wresj, Kathy Davis N.?J, Chriss David
32 Row 1: Rhonda Lutgen, Jody Mathews, Karen Fuchs, Shawn Yost mhairmam, Chriss David. Row 2: Gloria
Nelson, Bob Butters, Kathy Davis.
Frewsburg - What is that? - I thought first
when I heard the name. Now I know it better.
Frewsburg is a little town in the southwest of
the state of New York. For me it also became
a second home. I am really glad that I had
the chance to meet a bunch of such nice not
always calm Bears. It wonIt be easy to escape
the claws of the Bears. Thank you to all who
made it possible for me to stay in Frewsburg.
Illl miss all of you.
P.S. There are no kangaroos in Austria.
To travel is to live. You get a lot
of impressions, new ways of looking at
things and new friends. Here is
Frewsburg I have experienced all this,
and Ilm thankful to all of you who have
made this year such a great one for me.
Seldom do you meet as much friendliness
and openness as here at Frewsburg
Central School. A very special thanks is
to my wonderful family, the Schmatzls.
With all their love and teasing, they made
me feel at home and safe, which meant
a lot to me. This was the easy part. The
hard part is having to say good-bye. Illl
mis you all a lot. If you ever come to
Denmark -- drop by!
Love to all
Ilm a boy from Sweden - a little country in
northern Europe. I come from Stockholm, the
capital. In other words, Ilm a city person, and, being
used to that kind of life, it was kind of hard to adjust
I donlt like it when people tell me what to do,
I'm me; I can think for myself and decide what I
want to do. I read a lot of books lwhen I get timel,
and I like to exercise to keep in shape. Skiing is
my biggest interest; Illl do anything to ski. Imagine
a medium steep slope with a foot of powdered snow
. sounds great!
I guess I dream a lot; there are so many things
I want to do, so many I think I will do, but probably
never will. Some people call me a dreamer, some
think I am . . . I donlt know what. They donlt say,
but I know I am rne.
lcommonly known as Andy or uYeepI'I
Christiane F eder
IIFrewsburg is like a big family.'
Thatls what somebody told me when I
asked what the school was like. I think
this is true because it is easy to make
friends and to have fun at school and at
all the activities that I love so much. I
know I," come back some day because
it is a very special place, and I also hope
that some of you people are going to visit
me lmaybe graduation 1986?!I I would
like to thank everybody who made this
year so wonderful and full of experiences
Lots of love 8!. thanks,
Hop plcturoj Sitting: Mrs. Freeburg, Miss Landy,
Mrs. Nelson. Standing: Mrs. Blodgett, Mrs. Storer,
Mrs. Olson, Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Dobony, Mrs. Rich, Mrs.
Augusto. Middle pictura Row 1: Mr. Champ, Mrs.
Langham. Row 2: Mrs. Olson, Mrs. Damcott, Mrs.
Brucstrom, Mrs. Nelson. Giottom pictura Kneeling:
Mrs. lntihar. Sitting: Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Emley, Mrs.
Saff. Mrs. Logan, Mrs. Rickard. Standing: Mrs.
Wellman, Mrs. Stanton, Mrs. Erickson, Mrs. Damcott,
Mr. Dull, Miss Hester, Mrs. Howder.
iAt righti Row 1: Ray Bentley, Brian Hair,
Mark Boardman, Jim Treadway, Chad
Citester, Jerry Houghwot imanagersi Row
2: Ethan Smith, Sean Carney, Bob Butters,
Scott Hedlund, Kevin Jones, Randy Sitler,
Todd Carlson, Jim Cappano, Chris Tomp-
kins, Dave Butters. Row 3: Tom Dallas,
Larry Tompkins, Louie Hartzell, John
Dietrick, Brad Long, Tom Barone, Tom
Mott, Craig Swanson, Russ Mazzurco, John
Nash, Darryl Webb, Rick Whippo, Shawn
Yost. Row 4: Andy Proctor, Darrin Waite,
Roy Songster, Rick Barstow, Scott Pollock,
Chad Olsen, Rich Barton, Steve Heath, Bill
Hair, Todd Walker. iAbovei Captains Tom
Barone and Tom Mott,
This yearis football team suffered a big
disappointment after last yearis undefeated
season leading to Rich Stadium. Highlights of the
season, however, included the victorious
homecoming game against Randolph with a final
score of 15-14. Finishing with an overall record
of 2 and 6, league record of 2 and 4, the many
underclassmen who gained experience promise
a good season next year.
Row 1: Jeff Gordon, Doug Sitler, Bob Verga,
Steve Hazzard, Row 2: Jim Dietrick, Andy
Haglund, Mike Conlan, Steve San Flippo, Dan
Row 1: Stacie Clinger, Missy
Schultz, Leslie Herrick, Grace
Benson, Darlene Olmstead Row 2:
Leslie Kidder, Lisa Colburm.
Row 1: Kim Jones, Charlene Sleasman, Row 2: Candy
Swanson, Regina Lundmark. Row 3: Cindy Weller, Paula
Holmes. Row 4: Barb Akin, Kelley Eaton. Row 5: Sara Roblee,
Stearns. Row 3:
Marsh, Kathy Davis.
The Varsity Volleyball team, under
Coach Pat Spang, had a very disheartening
season with no wins the entire season.
However, next yeafs team looks promising
after losing only two seniors. The J.V.
record of 3 and 7 also promises a better
season next year.
Row 1: Clarice Littlefield,
Sherry Grover kaptainsl
Row 2: Valerie Kohler,
Lisa Johnson, Lisa Dyer,
Seated: Debbie Tompkins. Row
1: Chris Williams, Michelle
Johnson, Debbie Cady, Kim
Fritton. Row 2: Julie Hetrick,
Debbie Lewis, Ellie Mathews,
Amy Szarowicz, Joell Cham-
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The Frewsburg varsity girlst
swim team recovered from their
first league dual meet loss in four
years to record a fourth consecur
tive Chautauqua County Division II
The season finale was definite.
ly the highlight of the season as the
Lady Bears avenged their earlier
loss to Panama by defeating the
Lady Panthers 294 to 277.
Row 1: Kris Fletcher, Jody
Messenger, Chriss David, Thomi
Sue Fishwick, Tammy Luke,
Jodi McMasters, Lorri Johnson.
Row 2: Carissa Cannan, Mary
Miller, Laura Verga. Lisa David,
June Moore, Shari Williams,
Christiane Feder. Row 3: Amy
Cannan, Karen Nelson, Lisa
Bennett, Diane Lydell, Coach
Johnson, Amy Dwyer, Lauren
Row 1: Andrea Dobony, Kim
Stockwell, Naomi Almgren,
Coach Johnson, Val Van
Epps, Wendy Axelson. Row
2: Lori Gordon, Christy Cady,
Stacie Rossing, Kelly Rowan,
Tammy Gallagher. Standing:
Amber Bova, Karen Swanson,
Melissa Lobb, Michelle
Adams, Christy Schutz, Jenny
Akin, Kelly Phillips, Alynn
Mackey, Jill Stanton, Terri
Row 1: Shawn Mason,
Steve Ryberg, Paul Davis,
Bill Bowman, Todd Stohl-
berg, Boyd Walker, Chris
Paterniti. Row 2: Mike
Elderkin, Coach Feather,
Stefan Linder,T.J. Hodges,
Russ Paladino, Chris
Oberg, Denny Eklund,
Dave Williams, Ann Davis.
The Varisty team finished in 9th
place out of 13 teams at the County
Meet. The Junior Varsity team finished
10th out of 18 teams.
Four runners - Steve Ryberg and
Russ Paladino for the boys, and Ann
Davis and Chris Paterniti for the girls
qualified to run at the Section IV meet
at Elma Meadows.
If nod'ung else can be attributed to your years In attendance at FCS, there are certain skills
whlch you soon perfect in your senior year As you can see, one becomes quite adept 1n the
operation of one of the world's greatest Inventions, the telephone. Also, one acquires amazing
handyeye coordination through daily visits to the foosball table Oh, and certainly we do accomplish
some work occasionally, chm is with a lriendos help.
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Wop picturd Juniors. Row 1:
Amy Dwyer, David Butters Row
2: Narda Gatgen, Lora Lynn
Bragg, Sara Roblee, Jeff Chites-
mentexo Sophomores. Row 1:
Lisa David, Julie Crooks. Row 2:
Kris Fletcher, Darel Webb, Sean
Carney, Paula Holmes.
wottom picturd Freshman.
Row 1: Sharon VanStry. Row 2:
Connie Wilson, Bonnie
Weilacher, Leslie Kidder, Bever-
Row 1: Jon Blanchard, Brian Champlain, Mike Conlan, Lisa Colburn, Jeff Ekstrom. Row
2: Mara Blackburn, Steve Burkett, Rick Black, Mike Elderkin, John Cayer, Jodell
Champlain. Row 3: Billie Jo Anderson, Grace Benson, Torn Eggleston, Naomi Almgren,
Ken Dodge, Jim Babyak, Cindy Anderson, Leroy Belin, Bill Bowman, Pat Covey.
Row 1: Jeff Sandburg, Shawn Mason, Mike Scott, Todd Parisi. Row 2: Ron Lindberg, Amy Szarowicz, Chris Mattocks, Greg Linholme,
Scott Phanco, Tim Rowan, Carol Perry Row 3: Katie Molly, Melissa Schultz, Lauri Swanson, Darlene Swanson, Kris Phillips, John Mascelli,
Don Mitchell, David Sadowski, Jodi McMasters, Karen Mahoney.
Row 1 inngr Mike Sobocinski, Boyd Walker. Row 2: Bonnie Weilacher, Debbie Thompkins, Amy Widmark, Sharon VanStry, Teresa
Young, Connie Wilson, Faith Thomas. Row 3: Bill Territo, Todd Stohlburg, Mike Taft, Mike Ulrich, John Verga, Kevin Shepherd, Doug
Sitler, Dave Sherman.
Row 1: Leslie Kidder, Debbie Lewis, John Kocur, Debbie Halovich, Andy Haglund, Julie Johnson, Ken Kelwaski, Steve Hazzard, Dan
Hill. Row 2: Jeff Fairbanks, Keith Johnson, Jim Gage, Leslie Herrick, Aimee Burns, Jeannine Lennon, Wendy Ingrao Row 3: Tim
Kennedy, Jeff Haley, Beverly Hitchcock, Jody Greenwood, Jody Grover, Jeff Gordon.
6th Grade Chorus
Row 1: Travis Birt, Doug Nelson, Ray Unger, Rob Rearick, Paul Webb, Vicky Overbeck, Patty Davis, Jeanette Anderson.
Row 2: Amy Dale, Kelley Swanson, Patty Allem, Laurie Berry, Tammy Lee, Susan Ludwig, Jill Lewis, Matt Ekstrom,
Chris Payne, Ricky Palidino, Todd Johnson, Laurie McMurdy, Trevor Butts, Darrin Widmark, Phillip Giambelluca, Autumn
Swearingin, Richard Rothleader, Todd Ekstrom, Pennie Williams, Amber Bova, Ashley Hokanson, Kimbar Phillips. Row
4: Shawn Lucas, Shawn Sanfelippo, Geoff Rondeau, Gregg Sherman, Kelly Werner, Terri Swanson, Sherri Becker, Donell
Taft, Michelle Morreale, Sandy Krasa, Patricia Mitchell, Jody Black. Row 5: Jon Anderson, Billy Drake, John VanDework,
Jeff Dalgren, Steve Marsh, Kenny Intihar, Herbert Anderson, Gabe Smith, David Young. Row 6: Kristy Shultz, Ricky
Anderson, David Benson, Mark Bush, Paul Winters, Chris Devereaux, Lori Cobb, LeAnn Baker
Row 1: Scott Scholeno, Melissa
Lobb, Carol Hardinger, Jeffrey
Stohlberg, Shawn Crooks, Jim
Powell, Don VanStry, Darrin
Williams, Brett Mason. Row 2:
Mrs. Schmidt, Steve Carlson,
Nathan Bragg, Mike Cheney,
Rodney Grover, Mark Board-
man, Lori Quinn, Becky Walsh,
Betty Bentley, Kathy Sleasman,
Bruce Moore. Row 3: Barb
Milstrada, Karen Swanson, Miss
Peterson, Lori Amatuzzo, Mary
Hammond, Lisa Dietrick, Lori
Lennon, A'lynn Mackie, Shari
Jackson, Kim Hitchcock, Lisa
Elderkin. Row 4: Wendy Axel-
son, Susan Thierfeldt, Anna
Mason, Christy Backburn, Melan-
ie Fessenden, Kelly Rowan, John
Walsh, Jamie Johnson, Terry
Gray. Row 5: Tricia Luce,
Emery Stohl, Tim Carney, Ralph
Long, Sandra Durfee, Steve
Frew, Denise Woodard, Lance
Belin, Lance Rumbaugh, Sean
Lander, Mike Heald.
Eighth! Grade Chorus
Row 1: Kathy Wiltsie, Tammy Hartzell, Miss Peterson, Poppy Dodge, Jennifer Long, Danny Moore,
Jim DeLong, Kelly Phillips, Mark Scholeno, Randy Bjork, Dennis Molly. Row 2: Dawn McIntyre,
Ritchie Hayes, Jason Ransom, Tommy Eaton, Craig Cannon, Tammy Gallagher, Nellie Stone, Tina
Becker, Tracie Haskins, Laura Christensen, Julie Miles. Row 3: Michele Swanson, Janis Brady,
Christy Cady, Valerie VanEpps, Diane Lydell, Michelle Giambelluca. Row 4: Mrs. Schmidt, Sharon
Frankson, Jill Stanton, Kim Stockwell, Marjorie Songster, Shawn Bova, Stephen Haller, Melissa Smith,
Liz Yager, Rob Linbeck, Wendy Almgren, Lori Greenwood.
A, '2 Row 1: Carissa Cannan, Amy Dwyer,
. k X1 Tammy Luke, Chris Williams, Michelle
W ' Johnson, Karen Fairbanks, Lauren Yaich.
Michelle McKeever, June Moore, Sue
' Palmer, Chriss David, Marcie Whitwood,
9 Laura Bragg, Mrs. Schmidt. Row 3: Doug
Q k ' V Row 2: Vanessa Van Arsdale, Lisa Young,
Sitler, Davis Williams, Sara Roblee, Lisa
Johnson, Julie Marsh, Lisbet Johns, Laura
Verga, Sherry Grover, Kim Marsh, Dave
Sherman, Todd Stohlberg, Row 4: Jim
Cole, Dale Boyd, Steve Burkett, Steve
Ryberg, Todd Walker, Shawn Yost, Steven
Linder, Andres Livingberg, Paul Nordland,
Ray Mesler, Pat Covey, Boyd Walker.
Absent when picture was taken: Candy
Row 1: Leslie Kidder, Missy Schultz,
Debbie Tompkins, Becky Schwartz, Kim
Baker, Amy Widmark, Kim Fritton. Row 2:
Darlene Olmstead, Julie Crooks, Connie
Wilson, Kris Fletcher, Mara Blackburn,
Marie Peterson, Charlene Sleasman. Row
3: Naomi Almgren, Lori Abbey, Carol
Perry. Row 4: Julie Johnson, Kelly Hill,
Becky Wiltsie, Julie Hetrick, Pam Smith.
Lorri Johnson, Darrin
Waite, Tammy Luke.
Mbovd Row 1: June Moore, Sue Palmer,
Clarice Littlefield. Row 2: Dave Williams,
Mark Axelson. Row 3: Todd Walker, Paul
Mith Row 1: Wendy Axelson. Row 2:
Don VanStry, Karen Swanson, Kelly
Rowan, Shari Jackson. Row 3: Kevin
Fletcher, Darrin Williams, Jeff Stohlberg,
Mbovd Todd Walker
menteH Row 1: Katie Munson,
Debbie Tompkins. Row 2: Jackie
War Lem Row 12 Kris Fletcher.
Row 2: Karen Bowman, Todd
Walker, Vanessa Vanarsdale.
far Lem Row 1: Dave Sherman.
Row 2: David Sadowski, Steve
Burkett, Doug Sitler. Row 3:
Bonnie Weilacher, Carol Perry,
Row 4: Leslie Kidder, Todd
mem Row 1: Steve Burkett, Mara
Row 1: Julie Miles, Beverly Hitchcock, Kelly
Phillips, Chris Paterniti, Gayle Lutgen, Leslie
Kidder, Lisa Colburn, Kim Marsh, Sue Palmer,
Karen Fuchs, Becky Wiltsie, Kathy Adams, Laura
Verga, Jackie Long. Row 2: Lisa Johnson, Sherry
Grover, Christine Williams, Katie Munson, Kelly
Hill, Sara Roblee, Rhonda Lutgen, Lauren Yaich,
Carissa Cannon. Row 3: Leslie Herrick, Debbie
Tompkins, Lori Lennon, Sandy Greenwood, Todd
Walker, Steve Barkett, Bob Munson, Steve
Ryberg, Marie Peterson, Darrin Waite, Mike
Peterson, Tammy Luke, Lorri Johnson, Kris
Fletcher. Row 4: Bob Nielsen, Bruce Boyd, Jim
Yaich, Greg Clark, Mr. Stearns Directed, Dale
Eckman, Sandy Nelson, Mary Miller, Kathy
Davis, Mara Blackburn, Dawn McIntyre, Clarice
Row 1: Jim Yaich, Bob
Munson, Steve Burkett, Dar-
rin Waite, Marie Peterson.
Row 2: Greg Clark, Steve
Ryberg, Kathy Davis, Mary
Miller, Kris Fletcher, Clarice
Littlefield. Row 3: Mike
Peterson, Todd Walker.
Seated: Mike Bean, Darrin
Williams, Geoff Rondeau,
Chris Weldon, Matt Ek-
strom, Chris Wlsniewski,
Matt Miller, Doug Nelson,
Chad Chitester, Jason Ran-
som, Steve Carlson, Jeff
Stohlberg, Sean Lander,
Scott Scholeno, Paul Webb,
Todd Ekstrom, Travis Birt.
Kneeling: Lee Ann Baker,
Melissa Lobb, Aaron Koby-
larz, Jason Smith, Sherri
Becker, Wendy Axelson,
Jeanette Anderson, Kelly
Rowan, Ashley Hokanson,
Patty Davis, Kim Phillips,
Lori Cobb, Lorraine Len-
non, Tracy Hasklns, Tina
Becker, Andrea Dobony,
Brendon Smith. Standing:
Chris McLaughlin, Kelly
Phillips, Julie Miles, Chris
Paterniti, Dawn McIntyre,
Trisha Mitchell, Kristy
Blackburn, Kim Stockwell,
Christie Collver, Brian
Hair, Gayle Lutgen, Mr.
Stearns wirectorL Mary
Hammond, Jenny Wilson,
Kevin Fletcher, Mike
Heald, Poppy Dodge,
David Young, Rob Colburn,
mom Row 1: Bob Munson, Debbie Tompkins,
Carissa Cannan, Michelle Johnson, Lauren
Yaich, Kelly Hill, Todd Stohlberg, Mara
Blackburn, Mrs. Schmidt, Sara Roblee, Amy
Dwyer, Kris Fletcher, Chris Williams, Connie
Wilson, Vanessa Vanarsedle. Row 2: Laura
Bragg, Tammy Luke, Kathy Adams, Karen
Bowman, Chriss David, Marie Peterson, Dale
Boyd, Jim Cole, Dave Williams, John Davis,
Dave Sherman, Kim Marsh. Row 3: Darrin
Waite, Steve Burkett, Paul Nordland, Mike
Peterson, Shawn Yost, Leslie Kidder, Candy
Swanson, Todd Walker, Rick Barstow, Ray
Messler, Gregg Clark, Mark Axelson, Becky
Wiltsie, Kathy Davis, Chris Tompkins, Jeff
Chitester, Jackie Long.
MBOVE RIGHD Row 1: Lauren Yaich, Chris
Williams, Carissa Cannan, Bob Munson. Row
2: Kathy Davis, Becky Wiltsie, Paul Nordland.
Row 3: Kathy Adams, Tammy Luke, Darrin
Waite. Row 4: Dawn McIntyre
MBOVB Left: Mrs. Schmidt, Jacqie Long,
LEADS - Row 1: Karen Bowman, Steve Ryberg.
From Top Of Ladder: Vanessa Vanarsedale,
Todd Walker, Stefan Linder, Kris Fletcher.
Row 1: Randy Williams, Andy
Proctor, Dave Butters, Todd Walker.
Row 2: Darrin Waite, Bill Hair, Chad
Olson, Steve Heath, Craig Swanson.
This year,s Varsity Basketball team was
not short on enthusiasm and determination,
despite the lack of wins. Two seniors, Todd
Walker and Craig Swanson completed the
season and five juniors are expected to return
next year. With these five experienced
players, next year promises a better season.
Row 1: David Sadowski, Jeff Ekstrom,
Chris Yost, Jim Dietrick, Boyd
Walker, Ron Lindberg, Coach Hair,
Chris Oberg, Darel Webb, Mike
Conlan, Ken Dodge, John Cayer.
Row 1: Karen Nelson, Ann Klark, Lisa
Bennett, Chriss David tManagerL Row
2: Coach McFarland, Shari Williams,
Jodi McMasters, Patti Swanson,
The 1983 GIrls' basketball team recorded the tlrst
winnlng record In the 10 year history of the sport at
Frewsburg, Their 12 win - 8 loss record t8-6 In the leaguet
came largely on the strength of a slx-game winning streak
to start the season and a 7-2 record at home. Besides the
record number of wins and record win streak, the team
set record for points per game MW, while giving up an
average of less than 40 per game. The gtrls wexe led by
senior Patti Swanson t123 steals, 92 assists; and 254
polntsl, and scphomore Shari Williams ta record 297
polntsL Junior Kaxen Nelson and senior Ann Davis were
the reboundlng leaders with 175 and 174 respectively. and
the fifth starter, Junior Lisa Bennett was named Most
Valuable Player In the WJTN-broadcast game agalnst
Maple Grove Juntor Clarice thtleerld and Freshman Jodl
McMasters substituted at forward as well as at guard to
round out the smallest but most balanced team In
Chatnuqua County Division II this season.
Row 1: Grace Benson, Michelle GiambelA
luca. Row 2: Cheryl Adams, Ann Davis,
Sharon VanStry, Dawn McIntyre, Kelley
Phillipst Row 3: Julie Miles, Diane Lydell,
Kim Stockwell, Amy Szarowicz, Jill Stanton.
Row 1: Jim Delong4 Row 2:
Tom Eaton, Brendon Smith,
Jason Ranson. Row 3: Steve
SanFlippo, Matt Miller, Damon
Pierce, Steve Haller, Frank
Row 1: Chad Chites-
ter, Jim Powell, Dar-
rin Williams, Shawn
Crooks. Row 2:
Bruce Moore, Brian
Hair, Jim Treadway.
1 ,, , . L3,
Amy Dwyer, Gloria Nelson, Tom
VARSITY - Kneeling: Barb Akin,
Kim Jones, Kelley Eaton, Michelle
McKeever. Standing: Narda Gat-
gen, Sherry Grover.
JUNIOR VARSITY - Row 1:
Darlene Olmstead, Cynthia
Weller, Kris Fletcher. Row 2:
Paula Holmes, Regina Lund-
mark, Julie Crooks.
Row 1: Steve Hazzard,
James Gremer, Bob But-
ters, Keith Johnson, Kurt
Swanson. Row 2: Bob
Swartz, Todd Carlson,
Brad Long, Louie Hartzell.
Row 3: Coach Gremer,
Bob Benson, Larry Tomp-
kins, Scott Pollock, Mike
Row 1: Mike Clausen, Bob Verga, Chris Shablak, Bill Gage, Scott Phancot The 1982.83 wrestling team was again a
Row 2: Tim Rowan, Jeff Gordon, Jim Cappano, Sean Carney, Jim Mistaetta.
Row 3: Coach Confer, Jim Rossing, Randy Lingenfelter, Scott Hedlund, Ray
Bentley, Chris Mattocks, Coach Gremer.
success with many pleasant surprises. Thirty
wrestlers completed the season for a seasonal
record of 9-6. Twenty of the thirty were either
freshman or sophomores. The team finished 2nd
in their league 7-1 record and promises a good
season next year after losing only five seniors
including the two captains. Four experienced
Juniors, Scott Pollock, Todd Carlson, Scott
Hedlund, and Mike Lauffenburger should lead
the way as the Bears prepare for another
winning season next year.
In addition, the Junior Varsity team
completed a very successful year and all
members will be returning.
JUNIOR VARSITY. Row 1: Bonnie
Weilacher, Ronda Rearich. Row 2:
Leslie Kidder, Lisa David. Center:
VARSITY. Row 1: Den-
ise Fessenden, Candy
Swanson, Sara Roblee
Row 2: Charlene Sleas-
man, Amy Canann.
Row 1: Carissa Cannan lman-
agerl, Gregg Clark, Randy Bjork,
Kevin Jones, Tim Weber. Row
2: Jeff Chitester, Dave Williams,
Scott Scholeno, Jeff Stohlberg,
Jon Blanchard, Kevin Sheldon,
Anders Ljungberg, Bill Dever-
eaux. Row 3: Todd Stohlberg,
Denny Eklund, Shawn Mason,
Jeff Sandberg, Darryl Stohl,
Mark Tompkins, Coach Johnson.
The 1982-83 Boysl Swim
season was a great success,
culminating in the Division 11
County Championship. The
team was lead by captains
Kevin Sheldon and Jeff
Chotester, and many
records were set by the
llfishh including the 200
yd-m. Medley relay and the
400 m. Freestyle relay
teams. Individual record
setters included Kevin Shel-
don, Jeff Chitester, Darryl
Stohl and Jon Blanchard.
The seasonal records of 10-4
overall and 6-1 league
fulfilled all hopes for the
young team with only 3
seniors and 1 junior. Coach
Johnson predicts ltnext year
promises to be even better."
Row 1: Emery Stohl, Kevin Fletcher. Row 2:
Doug Nelson, Matt Ekstrom.
The Frewsburg bowling
team finished the 1982-83
season with a 16-20 record,
giving them a tie with West-
field for second place in
Division II. The highlight of the
year was in the opening match
when the Bears blanked Divi-
sion I Jamestown 4-0. In-
dividual honor went to Jim
Payne, who finished fifth in the
league high average category.
With four members returning,
Frewsburg should be a strong
Division II contender next
Row 1: Dale Boyd,
Mike Taft. Row 2:
Bruce Boyd, Rick
Barstow, Coach Pari-
si, Rod Uhlig, Jim
The 1983 Winter Weekend proved to be a great
success again this year. The festivities began with a
close-run game against the arch-rival Falconer Falcons.
At half time of the game, the royal court was
introduced and the 1983 Winter Weekend King and
Queen were crowned.
The senior attendants were Kelley Eaton, Renee
Bailey, and Gloria Nelson, and the senior escorts were
Bob Butters, John Davis, and Craig Swanson. The
freshman attendant and escort were Lisa Colburn and
John Cayer. The sophomore attendant and escort were
Stacey Clinger and Chris Yost. Representing the junior
class were Sherry Grover and Steve Heath.
After the voting by the senior class, Chantelle
Swanson, the 1982 Queen, was proud to crown Renee
Bailey and John Davis as the 1983 Winter Weekend
King and Queen.
Row 1: Rick Swartzen-
truber, Mark Scheleno,
Row 1: Randy Bjork, Craig Cannan,
Doug Bush, Shawn Bova. Row 2:
Janice Brady, Jodell Carlson, Laura
Christensen, Tina Becker, Jim Delong,
Bill Crossby. Row 3: Joy Schultz,
Christie Cady, Wendy Almgren, Bruce
Atkins, Jeff Colver, Thersea Dodge,
Kim Stockwell, Rick Verga,
Jill Stanton. Row 2: Stacie
Rossing, Debbie Russell,
Brendon Smith, Jeff
Sobocinski, Shelly Weldon,
Elizabeth Yager. Row 3:
Val VanEpps, Michelle
Swanson, Melissa Smith,
Jim Sherman, Steve San-
Flippe, Margie Songster,
Kathy Wiltsie, Candy Wil-
liams, Nellie Stone.
Row 1: Steve Haller, Candy Hiller.
Row 2: Frank Erickson, Tammy
Gallagher, Diane Hallowvitch, Sharon
Frankson, Lori Gordon, Tracy Has-
kins, Jeff Johnson. Row 3: Debbie
Eggleston, Michelle Giambelluca, Lori
Greenwood, Eric Ecklof, Bill Gordon,
Tammy Hartzell, Richie Hayes.
Row 1: Dennis Molly, Jason Ransom,
Matt Miller. Row 2: John Kennedy,
Dan Moore, Damon Pierce, Jim Rock,
John Klark, Sandy Nelson, Julie Miles.
Row 3: Chris Paterniti, Tammy
Phillips, Gayle Lutgen, Diann Lydell,
Dawn Maclntyre, Jody Long, Kelly
Row 1: Joe Ingrao, Rod Grover,
Jody Eaton, Jamie Johnson.
Row 2: Scott Jones, Shari
Jackson, Mike Heald, Walter
Kocur, Kim Hitchcock, Lisa
Elderkin, Brian Hair, Row 3:
Steve Frew, Terry Gray, Sheila
Haley, Carol Hardinger, Kevin
Fletcher, Mary Hammond, Earl
Frodelius. On Ladder: Melanie
Row 1: Don VanStry, John
Walsh, Ron Verga, Emory
Stohl, Steve Wards, Becky
Walsh, Jeff Stohlberg,
Karen Swanson. Row 2:
Mark Thomas, Darrin Wilr
liams, Chris Wisniewski,
Laura Yates, Mike Wells,
Lisa Rumbaugh, Jim
Treadway, Susan Thier-
feldt, Kelly Rowan, Liz
Skinner. Top: Kathy Sleas-
man, Denise Woodard.
Row 1: Mark Miller,
Brett Mason, Bruce
Moore, Scott Scheleno,
Shawn Maynor, David
Pearson. Row 2: Jim
Powell, Barb Mistretta,
Melissa Lobb, Lori Len-
non, Vicki Phillips,
Alynn Mackie. Row 3:
Lori Quinn, Lance Rum-
baugh, Tom Sheldon,
Sean Lander, Scott
Mason, Stephanie Molly,
Row 1: Paul Davis,
Paul Lindberg. Row
2: Mark Boardman,
Tim Carney, Tom
Adams, Lisa Dietrick,
Terri Allen, Shawn
Crooks. Row 3:
Chuck Coleson, Nath-
an Bragg, Rodney
Birt, Mike Cheney,
Steve Carlson, Shelly
Bentley, Lori Amatuz-
20, Sandra Durfy,
Row 1: David Benson, Herbert Anderson, Travis Birt, Leanne Baker, Laurie Berry, Jennifer Akin, Jody Black. Row 2: Jeanette
Anderson, Richard Anderson keeliningx Amber Bova, Lori Cobb, Michelle Adams, Patricia Allen, Sherri Becker. Row 3: Robert
Colburn, Mark Bush, John Butts, Richard Bandley, Michael Bean. Row 4: Jonathan Anderson, George Anderson.
Row 1: Richard Paladino, Christopher Payne. Row 2: Andrew Nelson, Chris McLaughlin, Vicky
Overbeck, Michelle Milner, Susan Ludwig, Kristy Schultz. Row 3: Kimber Phillips, Tammy
Lee, Richard Rothleder, Michelle Morreale. Row 4: Robert Rearick, Jill Lewis, Steven Marsh.
Standing: Gregory Sherman, Shawn Sanfilippo, Geoffrey Rondeau, Patricia Mitchell, Laurie
McMurdy, Doug Nelson.
Row 1: Cara Graham, Todd Ekstrom, Matthew Ekstrom, Ashley HoKanson, Amy Dale. Row 2: Sandra Krasa, Andrea Dobony, Phillip
Giambelluca, Christine Devereaux, Patricia Davis, Jeffrey Dahlgren. Row 3: Todd Johnson, Shawn Lucas, Kenneth Intihar, James
Gage, Todd Giambelluca. Row 4: William Drake, Dustin Derby, Richard Haller.
Row 1: Autumn Swearingen, Raymond Unger, Chris Weldon, Jason Smith, Terri Swanson, Kelley Swanson. Row 2: Pennie
Williams, Paul Winters, Kelly Werner, Kenneth Wilson. Row 3: Jennifer Wilson, Paul Webb, Jeffrey Youngburg, William
Thomas, Darrin Widmark, Gary Welch, Kevin Williams, David Young, John VanDewark.
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Row 1: Doug Nelson,
Chad Chitester. Row
2: Karen Swanson,
Dawn McIntyre, Kim
Stockwell. Row 3:
Steve Bova, Mark
Miller, Shari Jackson,
Row 1: Boyd Walker, Ethan Smith,
Mike Elderkin, Steve Hazzard, Ken
Kelwaskl, Ron Rothleader, Bob Mun-
son, Denny Eklund. Row 2: Lee
Bennett, Steve Ryberg, Tom Barone,
Chris Tompkins, Ted Hodges, Brad
Long, Louie Hartzel, Mark Axelson,
Sean Carney. Row 3: Lee Stohl, Bill
Long, Gregg Clark, Ray Bently,
Russell Paladlno, Todd Carlson. Row
4: Scott Phanco, Jim Dietrick, Marcus
Waite, John Davis, Coach Feather,
Roy Songster, Scott Pollock, Rich
Boedecker, Darrin Waite, Jeff Chltes-
ter, Scott Stlver, Jim Yaich.
The 1982 Track and Field Team had a league record of 4- wins
and 2 losses. The team took third place at the County Meet.
Individuals who qualified to go to the Section VI Meet were: Steve
Ryberg - Triple Jump, the undefeated two mile relay team of Daryl
Stohl, Rich Boedecker, Tom Barone and Lee Bennett, and Ray
Sartzentruber - the 800 meter and the 1 mile. Ray ran the mile to
a new school record of 4:408.
The 1982 Girlst Track season was a positive
building year. Led by the performance of lone senior
Marla Pytcher, the Girlst Track Team achieved many
goals. The team highlights were an upset win over
Cassadaga 7O - 62 and a convincing season finale 8O
- 51 over Pine Valley.
Marla Pytcher set new school records in the 200
meter t27.9t and the 800 meters t2:43.5t. New records
were set in the 100 m. and 400 m. hurdle events by
Leslie Kidder t19.8t and Jodi McMasters t1:16.8t
respectively. Karen Nelson established new marks in
the shot and discus with throws of 283" and 80'1t.
Candy Swanson lowered the 1600 m. walk to 9157.9.
Other records were set by Ann Davis in the long jump,
Cheryl Adams in the 3200 m. run, and Sherry Grover
in the high jump.
With the base of the team being underclassmen,
the Lady Tracksters are looking forward to continued
success in 1983.
Lying: Laura Gustafson. Row 1: Candy Swanson, Ann Davis, Carissa Cannan, Toni Martinelli, Chris Paterniti, Lislie Kidder. Row 2:
Michelle Swanson, Coach Goold, Cheryl Adams. Row 3: Debbie Cady, Sherry Grover, Karen Nelson, Margie Songster, Jody McMasters,
Debbie Tomkins, Wendy Parisi.
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Six seniors - Pat Hautzlnger, Kathi
Littlefield, Wendy Prevesk, Lisa Stockwell,
Susan Strandburg, and Judy Yost - led the
Bears to one of their best seasons in school
history. They recorded a record 15 wins
during the regular season. A 12.2 league
record was good enough to qualify them for
post-season play for the fourth consecutive
In addition to the excellent play of the
varsity squad, 1982 was the beginning of
a formal junior varsity squad at Frewsburg.
The JV. squad was formed to allow more
girls a chance to participate and to develop
skills in the younger girls.
With the return of seven varsity
players and many promising J.st, the girls
will continue to field a very good squad in
the upcoming season.
Seated: Wendy Nelson, Kathi thtlefleld. Row 1: Pat Swanson, Sue Strandburg, Coach Co
Clarice Littletield, Lisa Bennett, Shari Williams, Judy Yost, Pat Hautzinger, Lisa Stockwell, D
Seated: Chris Yost, Kevin
Jones. Row 1: Randy Williams,
Jim Cappano, Coach Champ,
Darryl Webb, David Butters,
Andy Proctor, Dave Watson,
Larry Tompkins, vae Heath,
Rich Barton, Randy Sitler, Chris
Seated: Sharon Van Stry,
Debbie Lewis, Tammy
Hartzel. Row 1: Lorri
Johnson, June Moore,
Marie Peterson, Julie He-
trlck. Row 2: Poppy
Dodge, Kathy Davis, Jackie
Dietrick, Kim Stockwell,
Lori Abbey, Lori Gordon,
Row 1: Jon Treadway, Bob
Butters. Row 2: Steve Clinger,
Tom Mott, Jay Leonard, Craig
Swanson, Todd Walker. Row 3:
Coach Hair, Bill Hair, Jim
Holsinger, Ken Perry, Shane
Conlan, Jon Birch, Mike Gordon.
The 1982 Baseball season was most successful. The team finished with one of the school's
best overall records - 19-5, including an 11-3 league record and a 2-1 record in the prestigious
Dunkirk Invitational tourney, where the Bears were playing against some of the biggest and
best baseball schools in Western New York. Also the team advanced to the Sectional finals
at College Stadium, losing to Wilson Central, a team which then advanced to the New York
State finals and was the runner-up in the state championships. The 1982 Bears were the best
hitting team in many years, if not the best ever. The tremendous talent of the 1982 seniors
will be greatly missed, but the younger players will show pride and try to carry on the winning
Seated aeft to righth
Trevor Butts, John Verga,
David Benson, Mike
Geoff Rondeau, Chris Wel-
don! Matt Ekstrom, Aaron
Kobylarz, Kevin Shepard,
Kris Phillips, Mike Bean,
Jeff YoungbetgA Standing:
Diane Lydell, Diane Hal-
lovich, Jeannie Carter,
Todd Parisi, Brian Case,
Mr. Songster mdvisorL
Lance Belin, Dustin Derby,
Steven Frew, Kurt Logan,
Don Mitchell, Steve Bur-
Row 1: Doug Nelson, Paul Webb,
Frank Erickson, Jim Treadway. Row
2: Chad Chitester, Mike Sobocinski,
Jim Powell. Row 3: Doug Sitler,
Christina Feder, Brian Case, Bob
Nielsen, Mr. Songster Mdvisorl
The Student Council is comprised of
representatives elected from each homeroom.
The students are responsible for the
assemblies, the visit of the annual blood
mobile, the vandalism fund, and Winter
Weekend. The Student CounciVs chief
purpose has been to vocalize the student
bodyhs concerns and to organize many of the
Top photo - Row 1: Lisa David, Paula Holmes. Row
2: Jeff Johnson, Sharon VanStry, Grace Benson, Patti
Swanson, Melissa Schultz. Row 3: Darrel Webb, Kris
Fletcher, Amy Dwyer, Sue Palmer, Gloria Nelson. Row
4: Narda Gatgen, Todd Walker, Craig Swanson, John
Davis, Dennis Ecklund, Tom Barone, Mrs. Anderson,
David Butters, Lora Lyn Bragg.
Middle photo e Sue Palmer, Secretary; Craig Swanson,
Vice-President; Gloria Nelson, President; Dennis Ecklund,
Bottom photo - YAC COMMITTEE - Standing: Lisa
David, Todd Walker, Craig Swanson. Kneeling: Tom
Barone, Darrel Webb.
Wicture at righG On the floor: John Mascelli. Row 1: Jacqie Long, Katie Molly.
Row 2 Gittlngh Lorri Swanson, Kelly Kill, Row 3: Diane Brown, Connie Wilson,
Brenda Frodelius. Row 4: Steve Polasko, Beverly Hitchcock, Darlene Swanson.
Mbovd Row 1: Karen Swanson, Jeff Stohlberg, Melissa Lobb, Jim Delong. Row
2: Teri Allan, Mike Heild, Frank Erickson, Tom Eaton. Row 3: Janice Brady,
Kim Stockwell, Liz Yager, Melissa Smith, Jody Carlson, Wendy Axelson.
Row 1: Doug Sitler. Row 2: Donald Mitchel, Kevin Shephard, Dave Sherman, Jim Cole. Row 3:
Ray Bentley, Mrs. Dwyer, Jerry Hewitt,
DRAMA CLUB COMMITTEE AND OFFICERS
Row 1: Jacqie Long, Stefan Linder, Grace Benson,
Jeff Stohlberg, Chriss David Secretary 8: treasured.
Row 2: Ray Mesler, Jim Cole, Kathy Davis Moe
presidentL Nancy Nelson wresidentl Row 3: Dale
Row 1: Stefan Linder, Jenny Long, Jacqie Long, Val VanEpps, Christy Cady, Kathy Davis, Nancy Nelson, Katie Wilsie, Kelly
Phillips. Row 2: Doug Sitler, Dale Boyd, Mike Heild, Jill Stanton, Grace Benson, Kim Stockwell, Poppy Dodge, Tina Becker, Michelle
Swanson, Chris Paternetti. Row 3: Julie Milles, Jim Cole, Ralph Long, Liz Yager, Ray Mesler, Margie Songster, Chriss David,
Stacey Rossing, Lisa Elderkin, Richie Hays, Tammy Galagher, Wendy Axelson. 0n ladder: Jeff Stohlberg, Shari Becker, Michelle
Sitting: Andy Proctor, Chris Shablak, Ron Rothleder, Mr. Feather, Bob Butters, Chris Tompkins, Russ Mazzurco.
Kneeling: Dave Butters, Jim Rossing, Mike Classon, Steve Hazzard, Kevin Jones, John Dietrick, Todd Carlson,
John Paladino. Standing: Chris Oberg, Jim Payne, Lee Bennett, John Szarowicz, Tom Barone, Craig Swanson.
Sitting: Ethan Smith, Chris Tompkins, Kevin Sheldon, Dennis Ecklund. Kneeling: Darren Waite, Jody
Messenger, John Paladino, Jeff Chitester, Steve Ryberg, Mark Tompkins. Standing: Mr. Johnson, Chad
Olson, Roy Songster, John Davis.
AFS stands for American Field Service.
lt,s made up of students from grades six
through twelve who are interested in sharing
and learning about the different ways of life.
Each year the AFS club raises money to
host a foreign student for a year. This year
we were fortunate enough to host four
students Grom Denmark, Germany, Austria,
Kneeling: Tim Weber, Lisa Dietrick, Lori Quinn, Jodie McMasters. 0n Table: Jeff
Stohlberg, Jeanette Anderson. Standing: Todd Stohlberg, Christiane Feder, Jackie
Dietrick, Thomi Sue Fishwick, Anders Ljungberg, Stefan Linder.
Row 1: Patty Allan, Amber Bova, Chris Devereaux, Stacey Rossing, Lori Cobb, Mrs. Beckerink, Jody Black, Susan Ludwig, Michelle Giambelluca,
Wendy Axelson. Row 2: Kelley Werner, Kelley Phillips, Tammy Gallegar, Chris Paterniti, Michelle Swanson, lenn Mackie. Row 3: Barb
Akin, Debbie Tompkins, Jenny Long, Kelley Eaton, Michelle McKeever, Shari Jackson, Karen Swanson, Carol Perry, Janice Brady, Jill Stanton,
Kim Stockwell, Cynthia Weller. Row 4: Lori Abbey, Sara Roblee, Sue Palmer, Lisa David, Denise Fessenden, Sherry Grover, Stacey Clinger,
Leslie Kidder, Bonnie Welacher, Paula Holmes, Julie Crooks, Leslie Herrick, Melissa Schultz, Donell Taft, Cara Graham, Sharon Frankson.
Row 5: Charlene Sleasman, Kim Jones, Amy Canann, Kris Fletcher, Lora Lyn Bragg, Amy Dwyer.
Seated deft to rlghth Mrs. Edwards
Mdvisod, Kathy Davis, Karen Fairbanks.
Standing: Jacqie Long, Gloria Nelson,
Mark Axelson, Ray Mesler, Kelly Eaton,
Greg Clark, Karen Bowman, Bob
Sitting: Amy Dwyer, Chriss David,
Shawn Yost. Standing: Wendy Axelson,
Laura Bragg, Christine Lucas, Ann
Klark, Bob Butters, Jacqie Long.
Seated: Michelle Morreale,
Mike Taft, Leslie Kidder,
Todd Stohlberg, Michelle
McKeever, Lisa Young,
Christiane Feder, Sue
Palmer, Wendy Nelson,
Tammy Luke, Val Van-
Epps, Chriss David,
Kneeling: Jody Mathews,
Sandy Krasa, Cara
Graham, Sara Roblee,
Narda Gatgen, Thomi Fish-
wick, Lisbet Johns, Lisa
Dyer, Nancy Hanson, Car-
rie Lind, Laura Verga,
Debbie Cady, Gina Van-
Epps. Standing: Jon Blan-
chard, Shawn Zinger, John
Nash, Rick Whippo, Lee
Bennett, Tom Barone,
Todd Parisi, Todd Nelson,
Stefan Linder, Andres
Liviingberg, Mrs. Mattocks
1 N ational
Row 1: Kathy
Davis Row 2:
Ann Klark, Mr.
Picard, Bob But.
ters, Kevin Shel-
don. Row 3: John
Davis, Kelley Ea-
ton, Tom Barone,
Bruce Boyd, Gloria
The Quiz Bowl team travelled to
Buffalo to appear on HIths
Academic? They came in second
with 300 points losing to Alden
M40 poinm and beating Salaman-
ca 950 pointsl
On the local level U-iigh School
BowD the team has done quite well,
beating both Pine Valley and
Row 1: Brian Case, Kathy
Davis, Stefan Linder, Bob
Munson, Ray Mesler. Row
2: Katie Molly, Beverly
Hitchcock, Mara Black-
burn, Lauren Yaich, Coach
Edwards, Gloria Nelson.
Row 1: Gloria Nelson, Karen
Bowman. Row 2: Mr. Sweetman
iadvisori, Jayne Butler, Doreen
Johnson, Karen Fairbanks, Ann
Klark, Amy Dickson.
Row 1: Jayne Butler, Amy
Dickson, Karen Bowman,
Karen Fairbanks. Row 2:
Doreen Johnson, Mr.
Row 1: Karen Bowman, Ann
Klark. Row 2: Mr. Sweetman
Last May, Frewsburg girls participated
in the annual competition held at James-
town Business College. They competed in
typing, short hand, and bookkeeping. Karen
Bowman placed first in the Advanced
Typing competition, and Ann Klark won the
Advanced Shorthand competition. Debbie
Warn came in third place in the Bookkeep-
On May 7, Frewsburg typing students
traveled to Clean Business Institute to
compete in an advanced typing competition.
Karen Bowman, with 82 words a minute,
claimed first place. Doreen Johnson placed
seventhi With an overall average of 59
words per minute, Frewsburg also won the
high performance plaque.
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GARDEN SUPPLIES - GIFTS - CHR!STMAS DECORATIONS
9.0. Box 186
Route 60 South, Stillwater
Congratulations to the
Class of 1983
Dick Cable Excavating
Old Warren Road
Russell, PA 16345
John R. Stoffer
Distributor - Semen Sales
American Breeding Service
the Class of ,83
Class of 1983
Don Gage, Inc.
TO THE CLASS OF 1983
RUSLINKS PLAZA DRUGS
South Side Plaza
Class of 1983
Frewsburg Liquor Store
To the Class of 1983
2 E. Main St.
Carroll Rod and Gun Club, Inc
Frewsburg, NY 14738
Congratulations to the Class
of tt83" from all of us
unior Rifle team Trap team
onewango long rifles Pistol Sihouette
tA well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of
free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms,
hall not be infringedh
Second Amendment to the Constitution
class of 1983
Jim Woodrings, Inc.
F rewsburg F ire Company
Frewsburg, New York
to Class of 1983
Betty Dixon Candies, Inc.
202 Winchester Road
Robert S. Johnson, CLU L
Life, health, pension 8: group ins. , akeWOOdl NY 14750
Ph. 483-1531 or 569-6549 716 763-1813
uYours For A Better WorldH
F rewsburg Lions Club
J.T. N. Garage
John T. Nelson, prop.
Lincoln - Mercury AMC - Jeep, Inc.
1801 Washington St.
Jamestown, NY 14701
We also Specialize in Sports
and Special Interest Motorcars
Bus. Phone 716-483-1033
Class of 1983
Dick Cable Excavating
Backhoes - Dozers - Dumptrucks
Frew Run Road
Frewsburg, NY Ph. 716-569-6004
Russell, PA. - Ph. 814-757-9598
Class of 1983
and the Class of 1983
JERRY EKLUND RAMCO
569-3674 Ph. 569-4085
19 Tiffany Ave.
C 8: R CONSTRUCTION
NO JOB TOO SMALL
ALL TYPES OF HOME REPAIR AND ADDITIONS
GARAGES TRUCKING CONCRETE
PATIOS BACKHOE AND DOZER MASONRY
COMPLETE SEPTIC SYSTEMS 8L SUPPLIES
7 WHITE DRIVE, FREWSBURG, NY. 14738
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Class of 1983
F rewsburg Division of
36 Railroad Ave. Frewsburg, New York
260 Tiffany Ave.
Class of 1983
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JAMESTOVVN, N. Y. 14701
CAGSD MEMBER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY
to Class of 1983
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Love is a word you never tell me,
Yet I know you care.
You express it in what you do
And the thoughts that you share.
Sometimes it seems youIre angry
And I get angry, too.
I just can,t seem to please you,
No matter what I do.
ItIs really hard for me to express
All the love I have for you.
It seems to me itIs equally hard
For you to love, too.
My interests arenIt the same as yours,
They may not ever be.
But I wish that you could realize
How much mine mean to me.
Maybe if we sat down
And talked it over together
We could both stand back up
Feeling a whole lot better.
Haunting elvish melodies
float silver-sweet and honey
Beyond the mountain majesties
So far and high in infamy
Where golden Laurerlin reigns again
Restored to majesty
Shadows frolick as a play
around, beneath the gilded leaves
Whispered lute notes dance and bow
As sweet as memory
And golden Laurelin reigns again
Eternal youth, as fresh as spring,
Here claims the mind and soul
Mocking other hopes and dreams
As purely fantasy
There golden Laurelin reigns again
Forever majesty . . .
Nubile women in immaculate body paint.
Prismatic colors alive on flesh.
A twisting, distorting geometry growing
cold at the slightest touch.
Mirrored eyes like Iakeshores shine
reflect the multi-emotional transformation
from faraway hopes
to a deafening, enraging, suicidal lifetime.
It is boarded up now - the old
church. I can go into the sanctuary
and sit among the cracked pews.
The breeze blows through the
broken windows. What a sound the
old pipe organ must have brought.
It is gone now except for some
broken pieces. The ladies are
coming in now with their feathered
hats and spring frocks. The
gentlemen remove their overcoats
and usher their ladies down the
aisle. The church bells stop ringing
as the leader announces the first
song. What a joyful noise we make
as we stand and sing Amazing
Grace. The breeze awakens my
senses. IIm alone. No more music.
No singing or people. Just the
breeze in the old boarded church.
Lora Lyn Bragg
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I reach down and scratch it. soft shimmering saffron goldenrod.
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so I look out the window and a startled deer glances.
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