Friendly High School - Spirit Yearbook (Fort Washington, MD)
- Class of 1977
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1977 - 365 days of mornings after- but only
365, not 366 - last year was leap year. This is
the year after our 200th birthday - the bicenten-
nial - which brought on the biggest celebration
our country has ever seen. The year after the
olympics, which saw far more hard-fought con-
flicts at the conference tables than on the playing
fields. And once they finally got under way, the
U.S. made a rather poor showing for a country of
its size and resources. The year after the election,
that saw the return of the great debates which
turned out not to be so great after all.
So what now? What of 1977? What good is it to
be 200 and one years old? What is to become of
the olympics, if their fate has not already been
decided? And now that the campaign is over,
what difference will it really make to you or me
that jimmy Carter was electecd president?
So this year, it would seem, is a year for reflec-
tion - on last year's hoopla and what it all really
meant, and a year for thought - for looking
ahead to our uncertain future, and to what our
great grand children will be saying about the year
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Walking into Friendly as a sopho-
more is quite an experience. The
halls seem longer, the water foun-
tains seem higher and the work
seems harder than any you've been
used to in the past. You worry about
pleasing your teachers, who you're
going to sit with at lunch and stand
with in the lobby and most of all g
Coming back as a iunior is not
quite as exciting. You still have the
seniors to worry about, but things
have settled down a bit. What differ-
ence does it make if you let a little
The real height of status is walk-
ing into Friendly as a Senior. You feel
like you own the place. No one's bet-
ter than you are. ln a few months
you'll be walking out of the doors
with twelve years ot education under
your belt and your whole life ahead
of you. Youfve come a long way,
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tit Cindy Bond stares absently into space as David Tol-
son stares absently at her. tit Lisa Stewart shows she is
enjoying her quilting work. t3l An inspired student con-
centrates on her typing.
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Did you know that it takes 396 light
bulbs with 1500 watts each to light the
football stadium? That's a total of
593,000 watts, as many as the lights
used at each night game.
The lights will be used by all high
schools in P.G. county this year. Next
year the field is expected to be used
only by the Southern region of the
county, according to Mr. Gough. Two
other schools, one in Central and
another in the Northern region of
Prince George's will be getting lights
The lights ran up a very large bill of
SB250,000, plus the 57.50 per hour that
it costs to run them. These expenditures
will be paid off by the organizations
who use the field.
The lights are each 16 feet high light-
ing the whole field and making the
school stand out in the darkness.
til Are you sure you only want one? 425 "Who's looking over my
shoulder?" asks Emil, LaCivita. t3l The no lights stand tall
against the sky. C47 "There sure are alot uf. .e out ther!" says
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Before November 13th, thoughts of
Homecoming fill everyone's mind.
What is Homecoming all about? Home-
coming is the returning of alumni to their
home of past memories, which most alumni
might agree, "Were the good old days!"
Toward mid October until November
13th, the excitement and thrills of Home-
The traditional Homecoming dance is
only part of the big, gala celebration. There
are hard working classes who spend weeks
planning and constructing their floats. This
year each class was given a wall to deco-
rate for the dance. Another novelty was
having boys on court.
So, who will win lst place for the float?
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rally. Q27 Decorative crepe paper adds to the festive mood of
the day. Q37 The sophomore class putting up their wall decora-
tions for the competition later at the dance.
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One more please one more I can t bear leaving
you like this without one last kiss'
You have probably erther heard or partlclpated In
a srmrlar conversatlon at one time or another Many
people fund this a sad situation true lovers being
pulled away from each others arms for an hour at a
time being told they cant make bacon ID the halls
frigid nor funny tas some lovers suspectl fund the
whole sltuatlon nauslatlng
Stull Klssy facey huggy body has Its place at
Friendly Hlgh The corners the hallways the dark
room the lobby etc
lj DONT WATCH' protests Laura Sldwell with
Paul Del Isola 23 Shan Pennington blushes as Russell
Tomaselll denies they were klssrng 39 Scott Glldner
and Deb Krentz seem to be rn their own world
and the ultimate, separate lunches. Others, neither
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Did you know that after a game during
the football season, fvlcDonald's has an
increase of 28.5076 in sales? Bet you
didn't. The extra crowd of fans brings in
about 5436.84 over regular sales. On the
average each girl has 221 extra customers
and each customer spends 51.97.
lt's really a drag having to work on Sat-
urdays, especially during the football sea-
son. While working, you think of the
game, wondering who's winning and if
the person you have a crush on is there.
Time passes and you ask yourself why
you even got this job.
Well, who won? We'll know soon be-
cause decorated cars are pulling up.
Smiles or frowns? SMILESI All of sudden
the lobby is packed. There's so much
noise, it's hard to hear. People, people
and more people are yelling to friends
across the lobby, and paying for their cokes
with pennies and nickels. While waiting
on customers, you find time to talk with
friends. Each one tells you the score and
high points of the game.
After the lobby is cleared, relieved, you
have to admit it wasn't all that bad. You
realize you're as proud of your team as
the people on the other side of the
Left Side: ll Mechie Swzed throws
someone a glance as she sips her coca-
cola. 25 Fay Shore intently listens while
Denise Wike tells her about the Friendly
football victory. 33 Fay Shore quickly gets
the food for Friendly's hungry awaiting
fans. 4l A group of Friendly students on
their way "out to lunch" again.
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Lunchtime! Finally! Everyone hurries to the
cafeteria, and waits through the lunch line.
Right? Well, not everyone. For many, lunch
means digging out car keys and heading for their
favorite eating spot. Although Friendly has
never had open lunches, many students often
"check-out" fourth and fifth period. Why do
they continue to go out when they can get
cheaper lunches at school? Maybe no one told
them it wasn't allowed? Perhaps they prefer a
Big Mac to the school's Little Burgers. One stu-
dent explained "l like the feeling of freedom in
going out to lunch." Often it's a status symbol
to be able to ride off onto Allentown Road and
return with a McDonald's bag in hand.
According to Mr. Vann, it is county policy
which prohibits the so-called 'fopen lunch." It
is, he says, a question of safety and liability.
Why isn't more of an effort made to catch vio-
lators? "This is not a prison!"Mr. Vann points
out. "Although the schools opposition to the
practice of going out to lunch has been clearly
expressed, it is simply impossible to stop it with
the personnel available." What would be done
to a student who was, by some off chance,
caught committing this sin. Again, Mr. Vann,
HA parent conference would be called before
the student in question could be readmittedf'
Well, see you at McDonald's.
Right Side: ll Grace Lee believes she deserves a
break today at McDonalds. 23 The alternative to
eating out- is eating lunch in our cafeteria.
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This is your lucky day!
Ridiculous, right? When asked, most people will deny
being superstitious. But, when was the last time you
wished on a star, a heads-up penny, or a necklace
clasp? Not you, huh? Ever blown out birthday candles
one at a time? Of course not. lt isn't "Iuckyf' that way.
Still, if you're convinced that luck is silly superstition
- horseshoes, 4-leaf clovers, wishing wells, etc. - next
time someone wishes you "Good Luck", tell them "No
Left side: Sharon Kline living out a common superstition
wishes on her necklace clasp. 2D Mike Soares and jerry
Evans "only look at the pictures." 35 Mike Hall, Keith
Rogers, and jeff Luna put on a tough smile while an-
ticipating the cold Homecoming day ahead. Right Side:
1l"Superstition! UGHV' exclaims Chuck Teeters. 25 "Ifl
keep my rabbit food, watch out for black cats, and stay
from under ladders, I'll stay cool." says Kenny Rolfe. 35
Curtis DeVance trucks on down the hall.
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Ten years from now what will you remember about your feelings and thoughts during High School? After
you have read through the yearbook, gotten tired of looking at your friends pictures, and had them all sign
your yearbook, answer these questions! Take your time, be truthful, and have fun. You will be surprised at
What is your favorite feeling?
ls there anyone you would rather be?
When did you last feel aggressive?
Who taught you to kiss romantically?
Who has been your all time best friend?
Who is the person you have most disliked?
Who is your all time favorite kisser?
,P What is your greatest ambition?
Do you enjoy being alone?
Who did you last tell that you liked him or her?
What are you looking forward to in the next few weeks?
Who is the person you are most likely to kiss next?
Is there anyone else you'd rather kiss?
How much do you weigh?
Have you ever kissed yourself on a mirror?
What is your best kept secret? I
Where is your favorite place?
What is your favorite song?
Who is the most important person in your life right now?
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22 ! STUDENT LIFE
Are you confused, ag-
gravated, upset or just
plain bugged about
those little things people
do that annoy you?
Everyone has pet
peeves, big or small,
teachers, students, ad-
ministration, they're all
in there together.
Here are a few of the
most common an-
- When teachers get in
- When you say "hi" to
someone and they do
not answer back.
- When teachers use
- When you're three
seconds late for class
and you're sent to Mr.
- People who fool
around with my hair or
- Unfair grading
- When people crack
- When you're trying to
talk to someone, but
they're not listening
- Fingernails on a
- When students ask for
passes to the bathroom,
library, or to the water
fountain, when they
have just had lunch
- jealous girls, or uys
- When students forget
TJ "Alright! Who threw
the spit ball?" exclaims
Debbie Anderson. 25
"When will Tim Shearer
ever get done?f' yawns
Kathy Kertesz. 33 "Stop
following me!" exclaims
Vivian Lipkey. 49 Simple
questions don't annoy
Mr. Parlee as they do
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With music being such an integral part of the American
teenager, most high school students make a concerting effort
to see as many groups as their ears, stomachs, and wallets can
handle. Cellar Door, and Constitution Hall all present new and
established talent regularly. But, the hot spot of cool sounds is
our own Capital Centre. Each month kids hear "Good, Good,
Good, Good Vibrations."
As soon as you enter the doors you're shoulder to shoulder
with people. Spotting an attendant you cry, "l want you-oo, to
show me the way." And he'll probably reply, "Walk this way,
Walk this way." lf you come with a date, and see an interest-
ing person - remember, "There must be 50 ways to leave
Besides enjoying the music, partying is the second thing to
do. At this point the crowd becomes very aggressive and
everyone says, "l wanna take you higher,"
Soon the music get's rockin' and everyone finds their own
way to enjoy it. While half the crowd shouts, "Get up and
Boogie", the other half screams, Get down, Get down."
So next time you have a chance, "C'mon and do it, do it, do
it 'til you're satisfied." I don't know about you but, "l got the
music in mel"
ll and 27 are the Aerosmith Concert at Capital Centre.
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You zip into the parking lot doing your usual 35, when all of
a sudden, BOOM! You scream obscenities, hit the brakes and
glare into your rearview mirror. You see . . . speed bumps.
"Son-of-a-T, l keep forgetting about those God 1 things!"
Sound familiar? This scene was repeated many times early in
the year before Friendly students and even faculty got used to
those enormous annoyances strategically placed throughout
the parking lot.
The speed bumps were installed in November at the request
of Mr. Yovich to - what else - slow down people speeding in the
parking lot. He had received numerous complaints from both
students and faculty about people driving wrecklessly. f'We
almost had a couple of kids run over out there" he says, So in
went 9 speed bumps as a safety precaution. Unfortunately, the
first set was a little bit too precautionary -they were too high.
After another set of numerous complaints - this time about
shot suspensions, ruined mud flaps, and banged-up axles, Mr.
Yovich had the speed bumps lowered in December. Also the
ones in the driveway in front of the building were removed
because of irritated bus drivers. Then, in january when the
snow came, the plows clearing the parking lot also cleared
some of the speed bumps. They were replaced, and they have
been left unaltered since. Mr. Yovich evaluates the speed
bumps favorably. He says they have definitely been effective
in slowing down speeders in the parking area. So the next time
you go to school, think about your poor car before you come
flying into the parking lot.
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Each year something new and different hap-
pens at Friendly. Last year everyone was preoc-
cupied with the coming of the schoolfs new ad-
dition and completion. This year we have some-
thing very unique - K-9 Dogs.
These dogs are not ordinary German
Shephards. These dogs are trained to track
down specific scents, the cainines detect even
old, faded smells. The dogs are not violent, but
will attack when commanded to do so.
If there is any reason to believe that someone
is in possession of, or dealing drugs, the dogs
will be used to sniff lockers and cars. Before
and after school hours, the cainines will be
brought in by police. To avoid complications,
search warrants will first be obtained.
Still, if someone is found in possession of
drugs, they will be arrested and prosecuted.
While just a novelty to some, the cainines will
be a threat to others.
Left Side: ll Eriendly's own K-9 dog. 25 Officer
lvlcNalley and his dog Ceasar in the lobby. 33
"lf he's a K-9, then I must be a K-4."
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H65 degrees??!! lt's freezing in here." Or so it seemed.
ln February this year, Prince George's County Schools,
including Friendly, were ordered to turn their thermos-
tats clown to 650. This was due to the unusually cold
winter weather and the shortage of natural gas for heat-
ing fuel. While other school systems got a mid-winter
vacation because their buildings were closed, we at
Friendly were fortunate enough, or unfortunate enough,
depending on how you look at it, to only have reduced
school temperatures. Although this resulted in frigid
classrooms, it could be remedied by wearing sweaters
and coats. Complaints were relatively few, and Spring
did come, eventually. So the crisis is over for now, but
one has to wonder what will happen next winter.
Pic 15 Come on, l'm cold enough! 23 The Energy Crisis
didn't seem to effect everyone. 37 "I knew my car was
under there somewhere." 43 Dan Fitzgerald bundles up
for the 650 temperature.
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There is no dress code at Friendly, right? Well, look around
you. At the rate Friendly students wear blue jeans one might
wonder if they were the official school uniform. On any given
day, somewhere between N2 and H3 of the student body can
be expected to be wearing blue jeans. Wrangler, Lee, Faded
Glory and many other brands abound at Friendly, although
Levi's is by far the favorite.
So what about these pants that students wear 3 days out of 5
in the school week. Many people believe that blue jeans origi-
nated in San Francisco by a man named Levi Strauss who
popularized them in America. He, of course, had no idea what
he 'had started.
Blue jeans have become so popular that no matter how
much denim is manufactured, it seems there is never enough
to go around. Merchants have been able to name their price
for blue denim, and it will be bought. Witness the S15 we pay
for a pair. Expensive or not, blue jeans are the single most
popular article of clothing at Friendly. Oh, by the way, what
are you wearing tomorrow?
Left Side: ll Nora Smith displays an expression of alarm as she
stands in the courtyard. 23 Steve Tackish and Steve Eisenbarth
hang out in the lobby. 33 Fall into the GAP. Right side: TD
Carmen Bailey catches a quick nap during her lunch break.
2JAnn Morris shows her best side. lHer profile, that is.l 3l A
group of Friendly students "up against the wall."
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MUSIC BY ROBERT D. YOUNG, FACULTY
WORDS BY DENISE WIKE, CLASS OF 1977
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What's it like to be a twin?
It's like. . . having similar tastes and feelings.
. . . someone who understands you.
. . someone to get your story straight with.
. . your parent, calling you by the wrong name.
. . being called "the other one."
. . being in two different places at the same time.
. . having twice as many clothes.
. .doing a lot of favors.
. . people saying "hi" to you who know the other
. . . always being compared to each other
. . . being asked, "What's it like to be a twin?"
"I don't know!" "What's it like not being a twin?"
IJ 'Double Trouble' appears in more than one way, as in
Patty Marino's and Phil Parten's case.
LEONARD 81 LEA
IIM 81 IOHN
DARRYL 81 DEITRICH WILLFORD
WEZZY 84 ANNIE
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Y That the seniors will be sophomores again in 2 more
years . . .seniors
- That jimmy Carter was elected President . . . The
- That Mr. Brown's wife had a baby girl . . . Mr. 84
f That the Class of '80 will never see the Annex . .
We all care! tThat's not fairl
- Where the seniors will be going after graduation . .
M That there are 5 sets of student bathrooms in Friendly
. . . people with weak bladders
- That the school cafeteria serves hamburgers on Mon-
day and Friday . . . soy bean fiends
e That the present juniors will be seniors next year. .
- That the medium is the massage . , . Mr. Meehan
e That everyone must take Grammar and Composition
. . .weall do. . .sortof
- That rr equals 3147. . .math majors
- That Kevin Smithfs 'Boa Constrictor' was missing
- That a goat ran through our halls and left remembr-
ances to be cleaned up . . .lanitors
- That the sophomores raised S400 on their first fund
raising drive . . . sophomores
e That future art, music, drivers ed., and P.E. courses
may soon be disolved . . . teachers and students
- That the new addition's walls are slanted . . .seniors
sure don't, they're leaving
- That Mr. Yovich might suspend students for parking
in Faculty Lot . . . Student drivers
- That a certain senior's average has dropped 2 points
. . . he sure doesnft, he's already been accepted to col-
W That the energy shortage caused temporary classes to
move into the main building. . . "floating" teachers.
- That Mr. Meade rang his cow bell during the intra-
mural volleyball game . . .Ms Miller and Co.
- Have we offended you? . . . Who Cares!
Pic ll Kathy Gambriel exclaims, "Who Cares!"
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I'm a little teapot short and stout,
Here is my handle, here is my spout,
When you tip me over hear me
shout, "Sock it to me baby, let it all
Freedom of expression has become
more evident in the past decade, than
any other time since the Romantic
Age. Still, creative opinion is often
stifled by fear of unacceptance.
When one decides to "let loose",
they may suffer the ego breaking
sneers and snickers.
Despite the crowd's opinion, some
people still choose to be themselves,
let go, express themselves.
ll Andrew Pearson expresses his
ideas through his home-made com-
mercials. ZJ Lynn Glassburn escapes
from the routine of day to day school
to paint a vvall mural. 39 Dreamily
Mark Wallen stares off into space.
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These boots are made for walking, and that's just what they'll
do, one of these days you'll probably want to buy a pair or
Students have known that boots are not only fashionable but
versatile. Recently they've been accepted in high school.
Gradually, boots have become an essential part ofa "strutting
attire". Each morning, someone is making that decision:
Gauchos and Boots? Boots and Pants? Skirts and Boots? Rolled
Socks? But, before these, comes the most important decision:
Brown Boots? Black Boots? Erye Boots? Cowboy Heels? Peg
Heels? Zipper? Slip on? Lace up?
When you arrive at school in your calve length, side
stitched, 4" peg heeled Naturalizers, that you orderd special
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other people have the same pair of boots.
ll Boots'n Pants 29 Kathy Moore swings in style. 33 Cheryl Hill-
iard expresses her taste in boots, as Scott Lambert shows his
approval. Rt. il Even teachers wear boots, especially Ms. Mil-
ler. 25 Take your pick: Leather boots, Suede boots, or 'Pom
Pom' boots. 35 Susan Breen tries to explain to Weezy Herlik
why legs are better than boots. 45 Yolanda Wesley poses for
Gino Lane during lunch.
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Each year a deluge of students
enter Friendlyg many for the first
time. just as a water plant distills and
refines water, so does high school
improve upon students. Splashing in
from summer time,k the first day of
school feels like a brick wall. Drain-
ing down into the base of the plant,
pipes draw the students and the
purification begins. Everyone knows
how education improves upon a stu-
dent, but there is more to school life
than pencils and books. The activities
that we become involved in add to
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FHS 0 Gwynn Park 3
FHS 2 Laurel 1
FHS 2 Surrattsville 1
FHS 3 Roosevelt 0
FHS 1 Douglass 2
FHS 1 High Point 2
FHS 0 DuVal' 3
FHS 2 Crossland 1
FHS 0 Bowie ' 3
FHS 1 N. Western 2
FHS 3 Potomac 0
FHS 3 Parkdale 0
FHS 2 Suitland 1
FHS 0 Bladensburg 3
FHS 67 Potomac 100 FHS 39 Potomac
FHS 76 DuVal 90 FHS 51 DuVal
FHS 55 Northwestern 81 FHS 41 Northwestern
FHS 74 Bladensburg 84 FHS 46 Bladensburg
FHS 63 Suitland 70 FHS 53 Suitland
FHS 74 Douglas 81 FHS 35 Surratsville
FHS 66 Oxon Hill 73 FHS 30 Parkdale
FHS 66 Douglas 71 FHS 48 High Point
FHS 59 Parkdale 72 FHS 53 Crossland
FHS 59 Bowie 77 FHS 46 Largo
FHS 72 High Point 79 FHS 53 Potomac
FHS 52 Severna Park 71 FHS 67 DuVal
FHS 85 Potomac 1 1 1 FHS 54 Northwestern
FHS 70 Crossland 91 FHS 44 Bowie
FHS 72 DuVal 97 FHS 51 Bladensburg
FHS 68 Northwestern 88 FHS 75 Suitland
FHS 63 Bladensburg 83 FHS 62 Crossland
FHS 58 Suitland 79 FHS 49 Parkdale
FHS 59 Crossland 60 FHS 44 Bowie
FHS 56 Parkdale 67 FHS 43 High Point
FHS 68 Bowie 82
FHS 69 High Point 89
How do you spell Football at
Friendly? P-R-I-D-E. It took more than
muscle and ability to bring Friendly's
AA team from a 4-6 record in '75 to a
9-1 record this year. The team, unde-
feated until the third game of the sea-
son, came one game away from going
to the state play-offs. The Bowie 7-0
game, set Friendly back for the rest of
the season. This year's 23 seniors and
other varsity team members were part of
Friendly's first night game.
Their practice began back in August.
Forty-seven boys attended Crawford's
Football Camp, and eighty-two showed
up for try-outs.
The senior players have participated
in a State Championship AB Team, an
oncoming AA Team, and a close to un-
defeated AA Team. Those who played
Varsity all three years have had a
Friendlys Varsity was only scored
upon for 24 points. Several senior
players went on to All-County, All-
Metro, and All-Suburban teams. The
pride that Friendly football is noted for,
always is the most essential part of their
t1Jlohn Ratigan, Scott Lambert, Phil Par-
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ten, Kenny Campbell, Scott Schrame,
Chris Hesen, Chris Strack, jerry Garrett,
EJ. Miller. C21 Mark Kiesling, Rick
Tilch, Robby Fetsko, David Frazier, jeff
Luna, Tom Van Lierde, Skip Wain-
wright, jeff Hanbury, Gene VanSlyke,
Steve Tackish. l3J Steve Barrington,
Gary Moreau, Mark Bachman, Spencer
Frin , Gary Klegin, Ed Hickey, Steve
Eisenbarth, Larry Kotwas, Scott Wren.
l4l Mitch Crawford, Keith Rodgers,
Chuck Mansfield, Robert Hood, Lewis
Evans, Mike Hall, Sean Murphy, Rick
Stratford. 113 Russell Fiorenza gets his
man and Lewis Evans assists. 121 While
Scott Lambert hands off the ball, Skip
Wainwright is prepared to block.
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Pic 1 Skip Wainwright signals for a touchdown.
Pic 2 Coaches Knode and Cavillini yell instruc-
tions onto the field. Pic 3 The Friendly defense
converges on the opponent. Pic 4 Phil Parten
running for daylight. Pic 5 An opposing ball car-
rier is stopped by Robert Hood. Pic 6 The DuVal
purrer gets his kick away in the face of a Patriot
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The Colorguard is composed of
eight young ladies whose job it is to
present American Flag, the Maryland
State Flag, and the School Flag at
games, assemblies, and other school
activities. The members are: Pam
Granzen tcpti, Sherry Lundskow,
Diane Dumas lalti, Kathy Ciambrial
taltl, Carol Ann Lambert, Traci
Zwerski, Terry Amacher talti, and Lil-
Friendly had a new addition to their
rooting section this year, the Drill
Team. The squad is composed of
ten young ladies all of whom will
be returning next year. Although they
were late getting started, they were
able to perform at the annual "Black
History Week" assembly. Members
are tleft to rightl Cheryl Morris -
Capt., Angela Chin - Co. Capt.,
Barbara Brown, Barbara Sales, Kat-
rina Miller, Monique McCullough,
Cynthia johnson, Anita Bryant, Sha-
ron Statham, Monsita Smith.
SPORTS ! 45
Mus C and S
Friendly students are lucky to have
such fine half-time entertainment
during home football games. This
talented group of young ladies and
men has been organized and super-
vised by Mr. Phil Simon. And
through him, the Marching Band has
grown to be one of the best Marching
Bands in the county.
Picture 1 84 2 - The Friendly crowd is
spirited by the Marching Band. Picture 3
- The 1976-77 Marching Band and
Color Guard. Picture 4 84 5 - The
Marching Band and Color Guard display
their colors in the Homecoming Parade.
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The Varsity Cheerleading Squad, con-
sisting of 3 seniors, 5 juniors and 1 senior
alternate, is very active throughout each
season. They not only cheer at games,
but support the teams with spirit raising
activities. Making posters, decorating the
lobby before games, organizing and par-
ticipating in pep assemblies, the squad
works to promote school spirit.
During the summer, the cheerleaders
had a car wash, a bake sale and two
doughnut sales to help with the cost of
their new uniforms.
A dedicated group, the squad shows its
spirit through hard wmlf -M' A-LL ' .
Picture 1 - Colleen Dugan, Kathy
Kertesz and Debbie Krentz inflate
their balloons before the parade.
Row 1 - Kathy Kertesz, Belva Hill.
Row 2 - Colleen Dugan, Debbie
Krentz. Row 3 - Ruth Frazier, Lisa
Stewart. Row 4 - judy Lake, Becky
Bruce. Row 5 - Michele Thompson.
Picture 3 - Judy Lake. Picture 4 - Lisa
SPORTS ! 47
The Cross Country team had an ex-
tremely successful season. Because of
the depth of talent, the Varsity B, LV.,
and Girls teams also captured first
places in many large invitationals.
One high point sof the Girls season
came at Pallotti where they soundly
defeated Collidge, a highly touted
team from Washington D.C.
The last meet of the season, the
State Championship, was held in 40"
weather at the Naval academy. Four
teams, including Friendly were ex-
pected to make a strong showing to
capture the State title, Friendly, the
underdog came out on top. The Girls
team finished second by two tmeaslyl
There is a personal side to the
quest for victory: the runners will tell
you about the time they ran twenty-
four 440's and finished more dead
than alive. The agony of practice and
races, all the runners enjoyed the
mental and physical strength they
gained. They had learned a hard les-
son, as Coach Vann so eloquently
puts it "no pain, no gain".
Bottom Row - lim Bausch, Bill Kuchinsky,
Greg Yannekis, Nancy Wylie, Ann Bausch,
Kenny Bassett, Barry Pickerall, Kevin Danahy,
Second Row -- Lynn Penner, Gary Bielstein,
janis john, Donna Marshall, Renee Haskell,
Keith Amick, Mary Reumont, Terry Rourke,
Scooter Miller, Third Row - Terry Cassiday,
Wayne Brown, Micheal Ardnt, David Evans,
Pam Schaeffer, Brian Humbel, Elaine Bar-
rowclough, Fourth Row - lim Reumont,
Karen Reed, Steve Spart, David Chappell,
Steve Clarke, lay Rust, Brian McFadden, Keith
Hamlin, Denise Vigneault, Cory Cabot, Fifth
Row Mr Vann Mr Raivel Gre Barlow
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gregates before a meet. Pg-48 Pic. 2 David
Evans hot on the trail. Pg-48 Pic. 3 A group of
runners gather after a meet. Pg-48 Pic. 4 Now
comes Miller time.
Picture 1 Nancy Wylie - A study is concent-
ration. Picture 2 David Evans running "over
the river and through the woods." Picture 3
Kenny Bassett is cheered on at the finish line.
Picture 4 Greg Yannekis and Kenny Bassett
leading the pack. Picture 5 The culmination
- Mr. Gough Vholds the Cross Country
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Volleyball is fast becoming a favorite
game in the U.S. with recreation centers
supporting neighborhood teams across
the country. Last year, olympic volleyball
games were one of the most popular
spectator sports held in Canada. Vol-
leyball takes team effort and time spent in
practice after school everyday. Coaches
Mrs. Hoog and Mrs. Melvin choose dif-
ferent dri ls for eachopposing match.
Some games brought disappointing re-
sults but the team did not become dis-
couraged. Experience was gained by
em? player through the basic volleyball
s i s. -
Row 1 - Judy Coleman, Debbie
Sales, Donna Imrich, Martha Wilmot, I
Brenda Maddox, lanice Rourke, Bar-
bara Sales. Row 2 - Lynn
Glassburn, Georgette Mountain, Lori '
Ondusko, Eda Sevin, Anita Gray,
Pam Gadson. Row 3 - Gobby
Jacobs, Kathy Darnauer, Barbara
Baranski, Mrs. Hoog, Carol Byrd,
Angie White, Renee Dewberry. Pic- .
ture 1 - Eda Sevin, Lori Ondusko,
Carol Byrd, Pam Gadson, and Brenda
Maddox display their different reac-
tions to the opposing team. Picture 3
- Lori Ondusko and Martha Wilmot
look on as Brenda Maddox spikes
50 I SPORTS
irls football "powder
Whoever named g
puff", never attended a Friendly game.
h hard hitting tkicking pulling, hold
the boys hustle, muscle, and poor
sportsmanship. Though many penalties
were called, the referees were force
nnecessary roughness", to
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ing, scratchingl action took place on ignore "u
Nov. 30., one of the coldest nights of keep the game moving.
the year. Coached by motivated Fans were also entertained by a male
classmates, the teams plays' were cheerleading rumble and a halftime
memorized, run, changed, discarded, show.
brought back, and re-memorized. Injuries. were numerous, but most
Despite the cold, inexperience, pain were not severe. Still, a few girls may
and nervousness, the teams displayed someday be talking about their "old
tl A ' 's A-A-+1-ffffif-Q nf football injury".
DI I DI
Picture 1 - Mike Alto overwhelms his opponent on his
way to victory. Picture 2 - Steve Eisenbarth - 3rd sec-
tionals, 3rd county, 4th regionals, 3rd State. Picture 3 -
Mike Brown is the decisive winner in his match.
Row 1 - julie Ellis, Loren jones, Greg
Taylor, Mike Brown, Paul DeIl'lsoIa, Ken
Kertesz, jon Carlson, Row-2 - Mr.
Gorecki, Steve Eisenbarth, Keith Rogers,
Steve Tackish, Russell Langley, Bert Wil-
liams, Garry Klegin, Mi e Alto, Mr.
Amerine, Mr. Parlee.
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The Friendly Wrestling Team logged a season record of 8
wins and 5 losses. The team had 8 wrestlers representing FHS
in the county tournaments. Two of these wrestlers advanced tc
The team was the most unsupported team in the history ol
FHS. With the coaching experience of Mr. Larry Parlee thead
coachl and assistant coaches Mr. Gorecki and Mr. Amarine
the team hopes to be one of the strong wrestling powers in the
county next year.
Losing 4 wrestlers to graduation, the team hopes to fill those
4 spots for next years team. Returning will be 8 wrestling let-
termen, two sophomores and 6 juniors. Good Luck to the team
of next year.
Picture 1 - The referee signals for a pin. Pic-
ture 2 - After a tough match, lon Carlson is
glad it's all over. Picture 3 - Kenny Kertesz -
1st sectionals, 2nd county, 2nd regionals, 4th
State. Picture 4 - Keith Rogers has his oppo-
nent in an awkward position.
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1st row: Doreen Drake""', Sharon Trease""', Ellen Troutman""', Debbie SediIIo"", Patty Marino", Tara Thompson",
Maryann Tomsky""", 2nd row: Staci Seiders, Bridget McNiece, Donna Rader", Susan Breen", Rhonda Molinari, Val
Seubert, Shari Pennington, Bonnie Smallwood, 3rd row: Anita Mercado, Sandy Croftt, Patty Shearer, Doreen Hall,
Kathy Leach, Annie Herlik"', Wezzy Herlik, Frances Pulliam", Denise Wike"', Sharon Kline", Tammy Chadwick, 4th gr 2
row: Suzanne Fraley, Barbara Meder, Diane Niskanen", Mary Kay Ratigan", jill Peterson", Cyndee Hurd, Alisa ,B
Procter, jenny Hancock, loan Willey, Tracy Zogran"', Cheryl Hilliard"'. U' Denotes Senior Membersl, W' Denotes
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Picture 2 - Friendly's Pom-Poms go into formation. Picture
3 -- Let's roll'em girls. Picture 4 - Friendly Pom-Poms
mingle with the crowd and do a little dance. Picture 5 -
Diane Niskanen and jill Peterson have different reactions to
the play on the field.
This year the squad went to
many extremes to support the
school. They supported Friend-
ly's newly formed soccer team,
cross country, and football
teams. They decorated the
homes of the football players,
and they even had a mini-pep
rally the night before the lst
football game of the season.
Besides marching in Friendly's
Homecoming Parade, the group
marched for the Allentown Boys
Club in their Turkey Bowl
The girls on the pom-pom
squad are to be commended for
their long and hard practices
after school everyday.
The year got ,off to a slow start
because of bad weather. After
their first home performance
there was a long span of time be-
fore they could peform again.
However, the girls marched in
spite of the pouring rain and mud
at halftime during the Suitland
game and did a wonderful job.
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Friendly will long be remembered for it's powerful
track teams. The indoor season got off to a slow start,
however, they came around with the winning style,
they always display, towards the end of the season.
Numerous injuries and the flu plagued this year's
team. Many use the indoor season as preparation for
outdoor track. Mr.'Knode feels that although the in-
door season wasn't as good as it could have been,
things will look better outdoors.
Keith Amick, Ken Bassett, Ken Campbell, Charles C. Catrell, David Chappell,
Spencer Frink, Mark Gray, Robert Harman, Charles LeGrande, Ken Mitchell,
Sean Murphy, Allan Pleasants, Mark Pyke, john Reumont, Paul Schaeffer, Kel-
vin Smith, Tom Van Lierde, Scott Wren, Greg Yannekis, Trish Helmlinger,
Tanya Hoppel, lanis john, Wendy Powell, Pam Schaeffer, Donna Marshall,
Dave Evans, Greg Townes, Leroy Bell, Dennis Fetsko, Kerry Ring, Mark
Schaeffer, Mike Trees, Ann Bausch.
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FriendIy's first soccer season was a
tremendous success. The team performed
extremely well and finished with a 9-3
winfloss record. They scored 45 goals in
12 games while allowing only 14. The
defense, which started out very strongly,
shut-out the opponent in seven games. A
lot of the teams' success can be attributed
to the fact that many of the guys have
played together for years.
Though the team was not regarded as a
varsity sport in its first year, they were
very impressive against such established
teams as Oxon Hill C2-1 lostj and Wilson
64 X SPORTS
Row 1 - Rafael Christensen, Tommy
Hill, David Legg, Mike O'Campo,
Anthony Thompson, Row 2 - Mike
Walker, Kevin Axenfeld, Rodney Hunt,
Paul Malley, Mike Brown, Mike Miller,
Masond Molayem, Row 3 - Mr.
Whitacre, Kevin Hunt, Bill Herbert, Bruce
Potter, john Gleason, Lawrence Burton,
Greg Douds, Bill Schulze, Mr. Meade,
Row 4 - Gary johnson, john Meering,
Garth Troesher, Russ Macura, Mike
Stimlson, Kent Woodruff, Greg jones, Ken
johnson. 1. Rodney Hunt displays his
excellent kicking procedure. 2. Bottom's
up! 3. Paul Malley goes for a high one as
Greg jones looks on.. 4. Three heads are
better than one.
Arlene Bachosky, Bitt Kreplan, Lauri Nichols, Kim
Cripe, Gail Swick, Cindy Nelhart, Pam Cox, Lynn
Atchison, Janine Kaplan, De bie Ghattas, Debbie
Snapko, john Wise, Steve Price, Rob Slater, Dave
Kite, Bill Elliott, Al McGowan, Foster Arata, Andre
Marinelli, Greg Douds.
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For the seventh consecu-
tive year, the faculty basket-
ball team managed to out-
duel the senior boys team. In
a close contest, filled with
expert ballhandling and con-
sistent sharpshooting, the
faculty edged ahead in the
final minutes to win 23-22.
While the Senior teams re-
main the same age every, the
faculty grows older, but as
the record indicates, appar-
The women faculty and
the senior girls met in a
grueling volleyball match,
but this time the table was
turned and the students were
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Mike Alto, Charles Beckett, jerry Evans, David Harris, Loren jones, Emil
LaCivita, john Reumont, john Shutes, Russell Tomaselli, David Turley, Ed
Aragona, David Abell, Chuck Bell, Robby Culbreath, Mike Dugan, Leroy
Bell, Gary Echard, Dennis Fetsko, john Ferraiuolo, Robert Gates, Tommy
Gilroy, Martin Gravel, Gerry Griffith, Dale Holtzclaw, Randy Ingle, Paul
Mansfield, Bernie Nauman, lack Printz, Kerry Ring, Daniel Rolfe, Kevin
Ross, Bill Snow, William Stearns, Kevin Turner,' Steve Sturiale, Steve
Wainwright, Robert Williams.
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FHS 18 Oxoln Hill 35 Homeroom
FHS 20 Hig Point 31
FHS 49 Bladensburg 8
FHS 9 Laurel 39 Intramurals
FHS 34 Bowie 21 First
FHS 45 Gwynn Park 7 Mads Mestizos
2 5 23 Largeaaauuuu 5 24 H usa Second
FH5 62 Rwsevelt 0 Kirkland's Bald Eagles
FHS 51 Fairmont 3 Third
FHS 27 Central 22 Brown's Little Arrows
FHS 53 Douglas 3
FHS 35 Suitland 17
FHS 5 Gwynn Park 0
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Tfack FHS 4 Lackey 0
FHS 5 McNamara 1
FHS 6 Central 0
C0'-'mY ' first FHS 0 O'Connell 3
State fifth FHS 8 Ryken 2
FHS 2 O'Connell 3
FHS 4 Roosevelt 3
FHS 1 Wilson O
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Dual Meet Results
Dual Meet Results FHS 23 Crossland 38
FHS 22 Crossland 39 1:H5 1 5 Bowie 50
FHS I5 Bowie 50 FHS 17 Northwestern 44
FHS 21 Northwestern 36 FHS 1 5 Suitland 50
FHS 1 5 Potomac 45 FHS 1 5 Potomac so
FHS 15 Suitland 50 FHS 15 High point 50
FHS 21 High Point 37 FHS 18 Duval 45
FHS 16 Duval 43 FHS 15 Parkdale 50
FHS 20 Pafkdale 42 FHS 1 5 Bladensburg 50
FHS 15 Bladensburg 48
Special lnvitationals Special lnvitationals
Surrattsville lnvitationals IClass AAJ first Surrattsville Invitational tClass AA-ABCD First
Pallotti Invitational ISeededJ first Pallotti Invitational IClass AA-ABCD First
Anne Arundel Invitational tCIass A-ll second Anne Arundel Invitational IClass A23 First
Georgetown University Invitational ninth Georgetown Univ. Invitational Uack Fultz Run Second
Hereford Invitational tClass A-23 first Hereford Invitational tClass AA-ABCI Second
Championship Competition Championship Competition
Prince George's County Championship tCIass AA-ABCD first Prince George's County tClass AA-ABCD First
District III Championship IClass AAI first Championship '
Maryland State Championship tClass AAD first District III Championship ICIass AAI First
Maryland State Championship IClass AAI Second
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WEQVE NLY JUST EGMN
Thanks for inspiring us to be such popular,
great, talented, beautiful, wonderful and modest
people. You have helped us graduate from silly,
silly sophomores to mighty, mighty seniors, from
pretzels and tumblers to pretzels and beer, from
high school dances to discos, and from sweet
sixteen and never-been-kissed to 18 and well-you
lcnovv. It s been fun and vve'd love to do it again
but too much of a good thing is habit-forming.
We ve given you the best years of our lives - no,
the best is yet to come.
Catch you at the reunion,
Class of '77
Class Officers: Kathy Kertesz tprom chairmanl, Debbie King tsecretaryl, Steve Belinky tpresidentl, Patty Marino tv. presidentl, Carol Meachum ttreasurerj,
Laverne Sekely C h. coming chairmanl, Tara Thompson lfund raising chairmanl, Debbie Sedillo thistorianl, Chris Hesen tprom chairmanl
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tll Keith Rogers taking it easy in Mr. Ewing's
room. 123 The most popular fire drill of the year
- a warm day in March. t3l Terrie Fraley en-
gaged in one of the most popular lobby activities
- rapping. Q41 Steve Belinky just han in around
the halls. 151 Chris Hesen displays a Fooi of sur-
prise on spotting the cameraperson. 163 Diane
Dumas brightens the lobby with a big srnile.
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Greg Acton Andrea Adams
Steve Adams Keith Amick
Debbie Anderson Kim Anderson
Carmen Ricketts keeps her attention on drafting for the moment
Dana Spence gets her eight hours one way or another.
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Mike Anderson Ralph Anderson
Harold Arata Dave Armentrout
Art surely keeps Dennis lacob's attention.
Traci Barbati Steve Barrington
Elaine Barrowclough Laurie Barry
Mike Arndt Shan Attiliis
Turan Aydinel David Bailey
Karmen Bailey Dean Ballard
Your attention please. People are quick to give their ideas,
critisism, and crack-pot remarks, but teachers have found that
very few students will give them their attention.
As subjects get more complex it becomes even harder to keep
your mind from wandering. Somedays even a picture or book
will send you off - but, set a student near a window and you
might as well mark him absent.
It isn't always a boring topic that starts the daydreamer
dreamin'. More often it is a stimulating class that imitates an
Yesterday, tomorrow, and next weekend are more common
attention drifters. Homework and tests for following periods keep
many students busy. But, the most obvious inattentiveness is un-
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Kenneth Bassett Ann Bausch
Steven Belinky Margaret Bell
Yolanda Bell Susie Bellew
Kevin Bennett Debbie Biagi Donna Blake
Boyer Susan Breen
Brown Rodena Brown
Steve Brown Mary Beth Bruce
Much Concentration is shown by Tommy Turner.
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Janis Bussard Desiree Butler Cory Cabot W Linnea Callaway Benton Campbell
Legrant Campbell Mike Canter jon Carlson Rick Carlson Sharon Carpenter
Gilbert Carr john Caruso Marc Catone David Chappell Rafael Christensen
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Along with other art students, Louise Scheiman chips and Cuts away.
Robby Grove does some serious thinking. Kent Woodruff giggles at the sight of a pen?
Brian Christman Tim Clagett Donna Clarke Lynne Clements Ann Cochran
Maurice Coe Chris Colbert Judith Coleman Lynda Coles Sandy Courtney
Mitchell Crawford Bryan Crick Sandra Croft Lynne Cross Lisa Curtis
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Debbie Krentz in one of her more serious moods
Tracy Walker supports the girl's basketball team after school.
Donohue Cathy Dorris
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Dave Eanes Stephen Edsall
Robin Edwards Steven Eisenbarth
William Elliott Greg English
,ff Denise Wike has more on her mind than the LaTuna concert
Elizabeth Escobar Larry Eslocker
Dale Evans Bill Ferguson Russell Fiorenza Gary Flint Steve Flippo
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Looking for hidden treasures, Robert Mercado, checks his little locker.
Marie Fluharty Steve Flurry
Colleen Flynn Shelly Flynn
Angela Ford Pam Foster
Terrie Fraley X Brenda Frame
Andy Fregly Philip Fregly Spencer Frink Randy Fullerton Frank Fusco
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As tradltlon would have It the senior class voted on their
chotces for Senior Superlatlyes the Who s Who of Friendly
Hugh But It was not surprising that the ballot boxes were, for the
second year, virtually empty With no real representation, the
ballots were discarded Only the wrlte In space was checked
for possible Honors Assembly Superlatlves Apathy? Maybe not
Considering thus IS the second bomb out perhaps It s a state
ment of preference, with the class of 77 taking BestA
leislfr ls wil'
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Pamela Gadson Debbie Gallagher
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Ruth Stevens busily works away on her artwork
For many seniors, college is the most natural sequel to a high
school education iafter Ocean City of coursel. But the applica-
tion, orientation, and registration involved is often too much to
keep the reluctant student college-bound.
Once schools have been decided upon, applications ithat tell
alll must be completed and sent. Depending upon the school,
forms vary from basic informers to detailed life files. Many pros-
pective students find certain questions ridiculous or at least hard
to answer. Though obviously necessary for determining accep-
tance or rejection, such questions cause the applicants to put it
off until the last minute.
ll. Please list your private thoughts from the last four years? ls
there anything embarrassing we should know about you? Addi-
tional sheets may be submitted.
12. SATS Math .,,. Verbal 1
13. ACTS English Comp. T Russian 4. Choice ,-.
"Achievements! I didnft know l had to take achievements".
Despite procrastination, applications eventually reach Ms.
Pelegatti's desk, where recommendations, rank, and scores are
added. The addressed and stamped envelope is then sealed and
sent tcarrier pidgeonl directly to the college of your choice.
Now, we wait and wait and wait. Only then does one realize
that if it had been sent on time, one would know by now. Then
at last it arrives - a decision. The beginning of a college career,
or another application.
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Chuck Hardeman Margaret Harris
Debbie Sedillo takes a time out from Patty Marino and Chuck Winegardners'
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Nancy Harrison Staci Hartwell YW- 1 '
Del Morgan uses his library time for discussion.
Mary Head Robert Heath
Tecia Hedglin Nancy Heflin
Paul Malley is one of the "cast" of library aides.
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Tfiblifwl his conversation, Ruw Fiorenza takes time out for the photographer,
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Teresa Hileman Marne Hilferty
Robert Hill Rosie Hill
Tom Hill Cheryl Hilliard
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Steve Holliday Marci Huisman
Brian Humbel Kent Husted Linda Hutt james lhrig Earl Ingram
Willie jackson Dennis jacobs
Gabrielle jacobs john janda
Lillian jirau Karen johns
The glow about Dick Siegert is sarcasm.
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Harry johnson Laura johnson Cindy jones Robert jones Shonna jones
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Mr. Parlee's second period class displays their days work
One of our "several" senior priveleges is the right to take Psychol-
ogy, a class that is very popular at Friendly. The popularity is proba-
bly due to the reputation it has of being fun. The class proves that it
is possible to have fun while learning.
If you happen to walk into T-9 during class, you might think
you're walking into a funny farm, But that's all a part of the learning.
Who would think you could gain knowledge from standing on the
file cabinet with one hand on your head while reciting "Mary had a
Little Lamb" or standing in a circle racing to see how fast you can hit
the person next to you? These are just a few ofthe many things one
experiences in Mr. Parlee's Psychology class. But of course, any Se-
nior who has taken the course can tell you that he knows himself
better for it. lt's great!
One of the several messages hanging around Mr. Parlee's tem
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Charles LeGrand Gail Lewis
Shanda Scott visits with a friend before the bell rings.
Dale Linder Kelly Lipphard
jennifer Lockamy Katherine Lomakin Tom Long Gwen Longley George Lorenz
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The courtyard is Kathy Gambriels choiee on this windy day.
Pam Loverlng Arnie Lucius
A jeff Lundregan john MacCallum
"Hi there," from Diane Dumas.
Kenneth MacDonald Russell Macura
Brenda Maddox Paul Malley
Marcia Mann Charles
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Roben Mercado Phil Merse oey
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Robin Edwards satisfies her "Big Mac Attack," with her art project.
Morisato Sarah Morrison Tammy Morrow
Kathy Moore Garry Moreau
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Mary Munson Sean Murphy
Tony McClure Douglas McCollum
Karen MCCready lon McKeel
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Holding back the words she didn't dare write, Eda Sevin laughs at herself
We started out so young and free,
We had no problems that we could see,
We grew and grew as life must go on,
Until the day when we met a new dawn.
We finally did what we were put here to do.
We became young adults, yes me and you,
We went through the years, they passed so fast,
We always wished the good times would last.
All good things must Come to an end,
This will happen to us right around the bend,
It's time for us to go off on our own,
Goto college and have a dorm for our home.
This last year will always stay in our hearts,
And when we think back, we'll remember when we had to part,
lt's time for us to start a new life.
A life of maturity and knowing what's right.
lt's gonna be hard, we know for a fact.
We also know we're Capable of doing this act.
This is not the end of all the fun that we've had,
lt's just the beginning of our new life ahead.
Now don't be afraid of the big world outside,
'Cause everyone's done it or at least they tried.
Until the time comes when we're together again,
l wish all of you Good Luck in your strange new land.
by Eda Sevin
Ronald McKenzie Laurie Napier
Barara Nedrow Wanda Nelson
Pam Gadson adds the final touches to her pottery,
Ozzie Newsome Diane Niskanen
Christopher O'Connor Tonya Oska
Terry O'Leary Mary jane Loughlin
Robert Orsino joe Owens
Linda Owens Rolanzo Parker
Lynn Classburn's artwork is "up against the wall".
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Last january, as a junior, I was fortunate enough to be accepted
as an exchange student to Chile in a program sponsored by the
American Field Service International Scholarship Program. I lived
for a year in the small old, agricultural town of Limache, located
near Valparaiso, the largest Pacific port in South America. My host
parents. Arturo and Sylvia Godoy had a family of 7 crazy, but
loving kids ranging from ages 10-18. I attended a small Catholic
school composed of about 280 students from kindergarten to 12th
grade. My graduating class had 29 girls. Discipline in school is
very strict, and all students in public or private schools in the
country are required to wear uniforms. There is no course selec-
tion in Chilean schools, all high school students in the whole
country take the same courses all year. These courses are French,
English, Spanish, literature, history, geography, math, physics, bi-
ology, chemistry, philosophy, art, phys. ed and music.
Chileans are very friendly and outgoing people, curious about
everything going on in the world.
A.F.S. provided me with a chance to actually live in another
country, not as a tourist, but as an authentic inhabitant of the
country. I had an in depth experience in family, community and
school life in a foreign country. A.F.S. gave me, an American stu-
dent, a chance to meet new people, explore new things, and inter-
change ideas and customs with people of another language, who
have proven to be not different from ourselves.
The three valuable things I gained from my A.F.S. experience are
understanding of people, self-confidence, and independence.
Lisa Curtis, the A.F.S. exchange student, looks on.
Mara Perselay Glenn Peterson
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Nina lrmeli Parkkola is our Finnish visitor, and this yearfs A.F.S.
exchange student. Being an exchange student is a popular thing to
do in Finland, and some friends who had been to America brought
back favorable reports.
Nina has been involved in many activities here at Friendly. She
was in the Wantu Wazuri fashion show, as a member of the drama
club, she appeared in the play, "Crucible" and participated in
other drama activities.
She liked Maryland very much, and enjoys going out with
friends, doing things and seeing the sights. Donayd PM Cheryl pine
When Nina returns to Finland, she will have two more years of r
high school to go, this year does not go towards her graduation.
Before coming here, Nina had wanted to be an architect, now
she can travel and meet people.
Nina is staying with the Willharm's, she will be leaving for
home on july 6th.
Stanley Poloski Stephen Price
Wendy Price Vivian Pritchett Kevin Proctor loyce Prom Frances Pulliam
Larry Quick Pam Quirante Donna Rader Mary Kay Ratigan jimmy Rauen
Daniel Redmond Mike Renfro Carmen Ricketts Patrick Rigby miqlnonda Righter
Steve Duca assumes his most natural position.
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Friendly's house speciality - Sweet Banana-Nut cake.
Keith Rogers Ken Rolfe Sheryl Ross Shira Rubinstein Linda Ruis
Mary Russell Debbie Sales Carolyn Sanders Lisa Saranillas Sandy Schaeffer
Louise Scheiman Dave Schumaker Sean Scott Shanda Scott Jeanne Sears
Laverne Sekely Nell Sernan
Carmen Severt Eda Sevm
Steve Eisenbarth goes to great lengths to become a senior Ietterman.
Shamla Steve Shanahan
Michael Shannon Tim Shearer Richard Shelton Fay Shore David Shupe
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Artie Siegel Richard Siegert
Lending her smile, Diane Laven lightens up the day.
Giatra Sims William Sinclair
Angela Singleton George Smink
Yolanda Bell throws a furtive glance as she is caught from behind.
Kevin Smith Melissa Smith
Tommy Smith Dawn Smith Tammy Sneed Dana Spence Craig Stephanson
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Ruth Stevens Kaid Stewart
Linda Stiles Mike Stimson
Charlene Stocks Greg Stolarz
Rhonda Stone Chris Strack
Rick Stratford Renee Stroud
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Tanja Stuecklen Jeanne S
Hal Arata's artwork "moves" him.
Steve Tackish Lynda Ta
Martha Sullivan Denise Summers
Richard Swim Mechie Szwed
Theresa Thacker Lana Thompson Tara Thompson Mary Tilch Rick Ti
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Scott Gildner, Tony McClure and Paul Malley make use of the card catalogue.
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Mark Wallen Cheryl Walters Lori Weiner David Welch Laura Welch
Yolanda Wesley Angelia White Darryl White Becky Whitmore Denise Wike
john Wikoff Terry Wileman David Williamsm Elizabeth Williams Ylorraine Williams
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Bobby Hill has a look of confidence for the future,
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Wylie Gregory Yan nekis
Elizabeth Yates Zimmerman
Tracy Zogran George Zweir
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Charlene Stocks says f Goodbye Friendly.
The luniors. The class of 78. Stuck in the middle?
Caught in between? Or in the happy median? Is it the
worst of the three high school years? The novelty of
sophomorehood has worn off, and the fun and ex-
citement of the senior year not yet arrived. Or is it the
best? Having had a year to learn the ropes, not yet
having all the worries and hectic schedules of seniors,
with a year in between, just perfect for taking it easy,
doing what you want to, and enjoying yourself.
Either way, it has been said that the junior class is
the heart of a high school. lt's like a sandwich, take
away the bread on both sides and what's left? lf this is
true, Friendly will stand tall. We can certainly be
proud of our junior class, as this year's has been a
Now they go home for the summer, and when they
return as seniors, it will be with the confidence that
this is their year, and they will try to make it one of
Frinedly' best ever.
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Officers - Pres. - Paul Schaeffer, Vice Pres. -- Becky Bruce, Sec. - julie
- Brian Pickerall, His. - Brenda Young
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The artistically motivated, Aaron Davis, cleans up.
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Want to get out of high school a year early? Want to get a
headstart on life? Well then apply for a waiverg but hold on, be-
cause you can't rush into it. Develop your reasons for wanting a
waiver and be consistant about them. These are going to deter-
mine whether your waiver will be accepted or not. Most apply for
a waiver their sophomore year. This enables a person to make up
the English credits in summer school. The four waiver students in
Friendly this year areg Gordan Beard, Terry Wileman, Elizabeth
Escobar, and Liana Mondino.
Liana Mondino anticipates going onto bigger and better things next year. "Papoose" as Elizabeth' Escobar's friends call her plans on going to college in
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letta Thorne enthusiastically displaying her good nature.
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Kim Mendenhall cracks a grin in Home Economics Class
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For Leonard Pfluger and Karen Welch acting is a major part of
their lives. Both are enthusiastically involved in the drama depart-
ment at school.
Leonard first became interested in drama in ninth grade, when
he was in his first play, "Once Upon A Mattress." The most excit-
ing part of acting for Leonard is when he can sense the audience's
reaction while he's on stage. He says drama has helped him in
many ways: In learning how to use English, in understanding peo-
ple, both fictitious and real, in getting the experience of talking in
front of people, in letting out feelings of frustration and anxiety,
and in building his vocabulary. He also says he likes to make peo-
ple forget their troubles. To Leonard there is nothing more fun than
putting on a play and watching people's reactions.
For Karen this was her first year in drama when she acted in the
"Crucible" She also performed with the mimist troupe that was
involved in the Madrigal concerts at Christmas. She says she en-
joys drama because she meets interesting and talented people. She
likes to be able to feel the part of the character she's playing,
which she says, makes her a more expressive person. She defi-
nitely plans on being involved in more plays.
Despite the interest of these and many other talented students at
Friendly, drama might have to be dropped. Mr. Stringer is running
out of time for drama with all the added English classes he must
teach. This would certainly be a tragedy, for as Leonard put it:
"Friendly has one of the best drama departments in the country
and it would be a great loss not to have it."
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So often a junior's voice is not heard above the sophomores pleas for help or a senior's roar of authority. This attention-
hungry class has finally been given an opportunity to voice its opinion. So for what it's worth . . .
Terri lvtucci would like to have lounge chairs installed in every bathroom.
Audrey Martyn insists that a new school system is necessary.
janet Holmes likes Cranberry juice.
Eric Colbert thinks more time is needed in between classes.
Alvin Samuel thinks the bell between classes is too loud.
Dennis Schaeffer feels that the people at this school fit the name.
Wade Serrian finds history to be the highlight of his day.
Lisa West and Dennis Jacobs think yearbook photographers should mind their own
Theresa Ford thinks that the card catalogues are too confusing.
Lee, Eun Kyu Grace
Since juniors are busy people and they only have five minutes
between class, their between-class-activities are limited. Some of
their activites include: talking with friends on the way to class,
running to their lockers, making out with their boyfriendtsl or
girlfriendlsh in dark corners or stairvvells. Some juniors pass their
time hanging around the lobby looking for likely prospects, some-
times trarelyl you may find them running to their next class to do
homework that they didn't do the night before, others may just
look for a place to skip or a place for a quick smoke. But the old
time great thing that 'almost everyone does is get tardy rnarks.
Group gatherings in between classes is very frequent.
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Buddy Kalin drifts off.
Donna Scott and Laurie Harmon find cooking to be an enjoyable pastime
Kevin Hunt has a hard time finding any free time, Slrhari hPe-nnington and Russell Tomaselli share deep
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Steve HiIIiard's mechanical inclinations make free time -fun time.
Martin, Mary Ann
Mitchell, jay Kent
Art: Kenny Campbell style.
Evette Watts finds time to enjoy a laugh.
Kathy Leach, Connie Beal and Lisa Pazienza work together in the
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Chaunqey Tolson and Vifki Hill Compare notes in the library.
A junior follows an understood code of behavior. This responsibility
must be upheld every year for the reputation of the class is at stake.
These lavvs are in black and vvhite, so that those not "with it" can be a
full-fledged member of class of "78".
just in time for classes
Undermines huge projects to raise money
Never loses the annual float contest
lnexcusable, because a junior isn't lost and one ean't
Open minded to overhelpful seniors and open hearted
to unfortunate sophomores
Relaxes and takes it easy
It took 48 hours to build, and over 35
people spent long hours working on it.
What is it? What Else? The junior Float, Did
you expect less? Those were long, strenu-
ous, hard working, complicated . . . and
. . . fun meetings. Most of the people in-
volved with the float managed to keep most
of their frustrations to themselves, knowing ,
that in the end their work would be worth- f,,lf"'
while. The difficulty came when they
started building the frame to the twelve-foot
high, "Birthday Cake". The cake consisted
of eight layers, each representing a year at
Friendly and what it was remembered by.
The first layer staited with the first class of
1971 and going on up to 1978 which was
the top layer and the class in which to
graduate. The float originally was born at
julie Ellis' backyard, grew up and moved to
the Schaeffer's house in which to retain its
finishings and then be presented in the 'l--- ..........,m
Homecoming Parade. The long hard hours
really paid off when, at half-time. The joy-
ous news came over the speaker. The ju-
niors had taken First Place. The Birthday
cake found a new home, no, not at julie's,
no, not at Schaeffer's but at the historical
place, . . . the junk yard, oh well, maybe
next year! Belva Hill and Ruth Frazier almost get carried away at the Homecoming parade.
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Participants involved in construction of i
the float were: julie Ellis, Pam, Paul, and i
Dennis Schaeffer, Pam Blewitt, Sue Ken-
ney, Cindy Surh, Brenda Young, David
Brandl, jay Rust, Kevin and Rodney Hunt,
Donna Trumpbell, Linda Hastie, Nancie
Bourassa, Denise and Debbie Tabor,
Mark Bachmann, Debbie Neyhart, Mike
Brown, Steve Clarke, Doug Cooper,
Karen Cassiday, Erin Dugan, Donna and
Marcia Marshall, jen Norwitz, Vicki
johnson, Lori Nichols, john Ratigan, Kar-
leen Yohe, john Reumont, Becky Bruce,
Ann Morris, and Tom Van Leirde.
The prize winning float was pulled by Mr. Mac's Bicentennial van.
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Shin, Hye Young
Troutman, Mary Beth
Trumbull, Donna Lee
Van Hoomissen, Chris
Van Lierde, Thomas
Van Wagener, Stephen
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Emile Lacivita, Kevin Hunt, and David Evans look on with interest at the results
A serene and silent look from Donna Trumbull.
Distractions don't disturb Bill Burrus,
Charles Ricketts glares off into spate while sitting in the library.
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A thirst quenching break for Tina King.
Class Officers: Pres. - Trisa Thompson, Vice-Pres, f MaryArm Marino, Sec. - Nina Dichiacchio, Treas
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on the balance beam, "getting by with a little help from
Suzie Haffner takes dictation,
james Doughty, Greg Williams, Ronny Walker and Melvin Coles enjoy a game of
basketball in gym.
Sophomores. They can't be dismissed by upperclassmen as un-
important little people anymore. This year they are taller, more
self-confident, more out-spoken tor brash, depending on how you
look at ith and "Friendlier" than ever before. They sing, they act,
they are involved in their class, in the school, in sports and ac-
tivities. The seniors and juniors must admit that sophomores are
involved in Friendly.
With about 25 dedicated people, the float
was constructedin 8 evening sessions, each
lasting at least 2 hours. The meetings took
place at Nina Dichiacchio's house, with the
final meeting at Verna Selner's, where the
float was placed on her father's flatbed.
The sophomores raised 21368.10 in a bake
sale, using the money to buy materials for the
The sophomore class wall, which came in
second, took 3 weeks to erect, and was over-
seen by the officers.
Happy float workers take a break after all the work is done.
john Schutes truck gets decorated for the Homecoming parade by j.V. cheerleaders
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Spirited sophomores aid in the decorating of their Homecoming wall,
The class float, followed by a truckfull of
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Class of '79 princesses, Shawn Chadwick and Nina Dichiacchio, enjoy the parade.
Gay Longly cheers for another victory by the undefeated j.V.
V. cheerleaders and football players.
A patriotic Deana Collett, shows her spirit on the sophomore float.
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Sophomores Barbara Hoss, Eddie Aragona, and Anita Brandl enjoy a vari-
ety of foods at the International Dinner.
Theresa Butler sees something more interesting than the pages of her Tracy ZW8rSl4i and Cay Longley get FIWIO their Cl3SSWOI'l4-
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Willy Wade gets comfortable before doing some heavy studying.
Billy Anderson and Carol Yeattes Concentrate on their classyvork. Biology can be interesting at times, as Bernie Nauman dis-
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Lynn Penner takes a break from reality,
Shawn Chadwick wishes for a victory.
Susanne Chaillett ponders life at Friendly.
Chris Mullins thinks deep thoughts, One Friendly student gazes into the futureg whatever it may hold.
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Students who have Morning Annex
have mixed opinions Concerning the old
"I like it because it's a break in the
monotony of a school day."
"The buses leave too soon, there's no
time for friends."
"Having morning annex makes the day
go by fasterf'
"I like the bus ride back and forth, but
I wish everyone could be together."
"The food isn't too hot."
"I like it because the weather is cooler
in the morning than in the afternoon."
"When you have Morning Annex you
miss less assemblies at the Main Building."
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Laurie Rothe prepares for the bus
Art Svrjeck listens attentively in Math class. IND badf I0 Ff'endlY-
One Annex student, startled by our cameraman.
Dave Milligan weighes a question in his mind before answering.
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The Sophomore's home away
from home -the annex.
One class of sophomores study . . .
Kevin Ingram takes time out of his class for a smile.
A meeting of the minds.
Afternoon Annex has its share of com-
pliments and criticisms too:
"Having afternoon, you don't have to
rush to get to the buses on the morning as
soon as you get to Friendly."
"I like the teachers 'at the annex,
they're more personal there."
"I don't like the idea of going to school
in a once-condemned building . . .
going to schooI's bad enough!"
"I like the bus ride, it gives me time to
relax and talk to everybody."
"There isn't enough time to go to your
locker when you get back to Friendly."
"7th period drags."
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154 ! ACADEMICS
Scott Lambert makes his way through the maze in Psychology
Bit Krc-plin enters the Annex Library. Luffy Williams Smiles while she simulates.
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There has been some grumbling lately
about the lack of senior privilages. The
big, bad seniors want to be distinguished
from the sophomores and juniors. Well,
maybe there aren't a lot of senior privil-
ages, but the sophomores this year seem
to be loaded vvith restrictions.
All sophomores must have a semester
of P.E. every year or have written proof
they get 60 hours of exercise each semes-
ter. Along witht he required Grammar
and Composition courses they may
choose between just two other courses,
Novel and Short Story, or Basic Reading.
Also the class of "79" is the first class
which must have 20 credits to graduate,
vvhile the seniors and juniors need only
18, It is also the first class required to pass
a standard test before graduating.
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Willie l8CliSOI1 Studies his English. Mrs. Schineltz plans for her next grammtr Class
Funamentles of Gramar and Compsis-
tun is now a rekwired corde for all
Friendly studints. Studints must take a
semister of it each yere and it gits a little
mor advansed each time. The skool bord
thinks that studints now-days cant spel or
rite in paragraf form, so they give us
compsistun to teech us how. They also
think we don't talk good, so they give us
Gramar. Cramar tell us what we mite be
able to do with langwage. The Friendly
studints hav many Colorful opinyons of
this Corse. Some say that one yere is
sufishent enuf and threey yeres wold he a
waste of time. Some uthers say that the
idea flat out stinks! All in all, it wold be
perfecly safe to saythat it ain't to popler
among the stoodints. We ain't puttin'
down Mrs. Schmeltz, Miss Beaver, Mr.
Williams, Mr. Meehan, Mrs. White, Miss
lowers, Mrs. Gorecki, Mrs. Fuller, Mrs.
Williams, or Mr. Stringer. They are gude.
We like the teechers, but we jist think
that taking the same Corse for threey yeres
will be borering and unneceasary.
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Smiles reign supreme in this class
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john Meering takes a wide stance around his rlesk.
Do you remember the Basic Skills Reading Mastery
Test? To check and compare reading intellect among
Maryland students, questions quizzing functional
abilities were assembled. The test contained problems
that some found quite easy:
"Mary had a scrum or a scarf on her neck?"
Where would you find john Smith's phone number,
under the l's or the S's?
Although, some questions were challenging,
FRIENDLY, having scored the highest in Prince
Georges County kept P.G.'s average from falling
ridiculously below that of Marylancl's. Because of the
poor results, GrammarfComposition has become a re-
quired course for each year of high school. Had other
school's done as well as Friendly, you might have
chosen two elective English courses.
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jobs and entrances into universities of nationwide
fame, making honor roll is almost a basic necessity.
Honor roll, a special list of students with an aca-
demic average of 3.0 or better, is designedto sepa-
rate and recognize the "above-average" students
from the mediocre students. Honor roll plays an
important role in several honorary organizations at
Friendly such as National Honor Society, French
National Honor Society and Spanish National
Honor Society. These organizations only induct
those students who have made honor roll contin-
uously. Not only is qualifying for honor roll impor-
tant in high school, but it is also a key factor that
many good universities look for when they accept
students. Making honor roll may also influence
whether or not you can find a job. Honor roll builds
prestige and self-confidence in one's academic
abilities. The honor roll student is rewarded with a
future filled with open doors.
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Typing is a great skill for students to learn -just ask Graham Peak.
Working hard in school is a requirement in making the honor roll, and this class seems to be
doing just that.
Colleen Flynn behind the counter at her job.
Mike DeAtley earning his money at the pumps.
The bell sounds. Suddenly
students begin to head for
the parking lot. No, they're
not off to McDonalds or Zig-
gy's. These are the students
on time release and work
study programs. These pro-
grams allow students en-
rolled in less than six classes
a day, to partake in other ac-
tivities outside of school.
More than 200 students in
Friendly are enrolled in these
programs, and their jobs
range from gas station atten-
dants, to legal secretaries.
Students involved in the
work study program receive
credit as well as on the job
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Melvin Roy shows one way out of schedule problems - take a shop class.
David Rhoades, Mark Roberts, and Martha VVilmot make A group of Friendly people make the trur k up the stairs.
conversations around the lockers.
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Iohn Schutes and Scott Schramme look up some people in the area.
Schedules, schedules, schedules. It's
that time again when everyone must de-
cide his or her academic program forthe
coming school year. Should I take Phys-
ics? Should I take Algebra IIfTrig? Deci-
sions have to be made. Release time
maybe, or hovv about the Cooperative
Work Study Program that was introduced
last spring. Why not make money while
going to school?
Last spring we weren't given a chance
to schedule our classes, but vve did select
our subjects. This was due to County
budget problems. A new English Class
vvas introduced in the curriculum, but not
as an elective, and is now required
through all High School years. The class,
ClrammarfComposition IO, II, IZ, must
be passed each year in order to graduate.
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This SSMICS class, including the teacher, seems to be more interested in the photo' A Studiouylookmg SSMICS Class-
grapher than their math work.
Secondary Schools Mathematics Cur-
riculum lmprovement Study or SSMCIS is
an accelerated math program that breaks
down the barriers between arithmetics,
algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and cal-
culus and treats math as a unified sci-
ence. A six-year interlocking math
course, SSMICS begins in the seventh
grade and continues through the twelfth
grade. Students are chosen for the pro-
gram on the basis of intelligence, reading
and mathematical ability.
SSMCIS was created eleven years ago
by 25 international math experts under
financial grants from the US. govern-
ment. Although it began as a small ex-
perimental program, it currently involves
over 25,000 students in more than 250
schools nationwide. Our program, how-
ever, began in 1972 with a group of stu-
dents who are presently juniors at
Friendly Senior High.
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Mrs. Pelagatti works busily at helping students make the transition between High
School and College.
What a nightmare! I dreamed my PSAT scores were
so low that colleges were sending me brochures
showing how dismal and unpleasant their campuses
really were, and the College Board begged me not to
take anymore of their tests, saying that l'd already
wrecked their computer ta Nadia Comenici in re-
For weeks now, I've been having recurring night-
mares about the Big Scholarship Scramble. In one, I
dreamed the Air Force ROTC advisor suggested that I
was better suited to be a Nutrition Coordinator than a
Flight Engineer tan N.C. is the guy who packs the K.P.
rationsl. He also suggested that I might look into op-
portunities offered by the Marines. In another dream, I
was sitting by the mailbox, and the mailman made a
wide detour around me, watching me out of the
corner of his eye.
To top it off, last night I woke up from a nightmare
in which the Dean of the college was chasing me
down marble steps shouting, "Get out of my school!
I've got a reputation to uphold!"
But it hasn't really happened, after all, I haven't
even taken my college boards yet. Oh Lord, give me
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Aquarius - Waterman
You are restless, economical, pleasing and agreeable.
Usually calm, quiet, and seldom ill-tempered. Your
greatest fault is procrastination.
Mr. Seman, recently married, doubles as a Math teacher
and j.V. Baseball Coach. He feels he is an idealistic op-
Mr. Knode enjoys occassional reading. He is inquisitive
and optimistic. A Physical Education teacher, he coaches
offensive football and track.
Mr. Jensen is a Science teacher who enjoys travel, eat-
ing, and boating, the outdoors in general. He is quite an
interesting person and has a good sense of humor. He en-
joys talking with people, and can always hold a conversa-
tion about Herkamer and Matilda.
Mr. Gorecki's interests lie in basketball, golf, white
water rafting, and coaching the wrestling team. He also
likes football, soccer, canoeing, photography and reading.
He is quite an active person, and teaches in the Science
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You are fearless, kind, gentle, strong of mind and body,
determined, shrewd, have a keen insight, and are emo-
tional and dangerous.
Mr. Gardiner is a physical education teacher and also
director of sports. He feels that he is a gregarious person,
"I like people and talking with them, I just like people in
general." He enjoys all sports, especially tennis and golf.
Mrs. Scanlan believes that her own personal traits are
exactly like those of Taurus, but she doesn't believe in
astrology. Her hobbies are needlecrafts, and reading. She
is a Home Economics teacher.
Mrs. Schmeltz sponsors the horseback riding club after
school which she herself likes horsebackriding. She also
likes artwork and cooking.
Mrs. Hanrahan's favorite hobbies are ice-skating, sew-
ing, and gardening. She feels over-organized, but doesn't
like to admit it.
Mr. Amerine enjoys writing short stories and poetry, but
the rest of his hobbies are centered around sports. He is
sensitive and quiet.
Ms. Agnew teaches in the musical dept. She is easy go-
ing, although stubborn at times. She enjoys playing the
cello, sewing, and bikeriding.
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You are orderly, methodical and systematic, active, proud
and intolerant of ignorance. Loyal, generous, good scholars,
affectionate, clever and successful in business.
Mrs. McKenzie is conservative, and tries to stay orga-
nized. Her hobbies are gardening and handicrafts. She
teaches in the business department.
Mrs. Hoog shares the Virgo characteristics of practicality
and intelligence. Her hobbies: sewing, ceramics, and oil
painting let her express her creative talent. Besides teaching
regular gym and dance classes, she also coaches the girls
Varsity Volleyball team.
Mr. Brown presents his classes with knowledge, en-
thusiasm and a little bit of sarcasm. Though too big to go
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teaching "the only true religion" - Physics.
Mr. Simon enjoys furniture refinishing. He feels he has a
short fuse, but tries to keep it under control. He is optimistic
and enjoys life, "Although, the older he gets, the more im-
patient he gets."
Ms. Goodman is a foreign language teacher at the Annex,
is practical and careful with money. She likes to play the
piano and read.
Mr. MacDonald enjoys sports tand roots for the Pirates,
Steelers, and Patriotsi. He says that his character is warped
by his sign. Mr. MacDonald teaches Social Studies, and you
never leave his class without learning something.
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Department. He likes keeping his lawn and house in good
condition. He enjoys bike riding and loves to travel, but
doesn't like to sit at a desk very long.
Mrs. Fuller enjoys reading, teaching and working with the
Foreign Exchange Program. She is shy and reserved, but
likes to get involved with different activities.
Miss Ball likes roller skating, swimming, and tennis. She
teaches English over at the Annex.
Mr. Ulmer teaches in the Science Department. He likes
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camping and taking care of his "Pet Alligator." Virgos are
known to be neat, but he hides it well.
Mrs. Morgan enjoys tennis and travel. She also enjoys
challenging students to work to their capacity. She teaches
in the English Department over at the Annex.
Mr. Raivel, one of the Drivers Education Teachers, is ba-
sically a traditionalist. He has values and standards, true to
his sign. He keeps his shape by playing tennis, softball, vol-
leyball, and by jogging.
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You are dignified, zealous, faithful, courteous, brave,
sympathetic, honest, enthusiastic, and generally have
Mr. Helm is one of the Dr. Ed. teachers. He is very
organized and likes to see things done right. Mr. Helm is
very active with his children and has many hobbies, such
as, basketball and carpentry.
Mr. Gibson enjoys golf and sailing. He's been a navy
man for 20 years. He is a born practical joker and likes a
good laugh, Mr. Gibson is in the Industrial Arts. Dept.
Mr. Whitacre claims the Leo's key work is children. He
also has a childlike love of adventure, fun, and games. He
possesses a great sense of humor, and is coach of the
soccer team. ln his spare time he likes to camp and drink
Mr. McFeaters describes himself as being a liberal
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conservative. He's a very orderly person and doesn't like
to be in uncertain situations. He enjoys collecting
antiques, pennies, and other things.
Ms. Williams attends plays and musicals, and enjoys
traveling. A true Leo, she's dramatic and enthusiastic. She
loves people and enjoys being surrounded by friends, and
as her English classes vvill agree, she loves to entertain.
Miss Anderson feels that the Leo's personality
corresponds perfectly with hers. She feels she is loyal,
lively and moody. She enjoys sewing, listening to music,
and likes dancing. She is a science teacher.
Ms. Beaver enjoys a number of activities. Though Leo's
are known to be dynamic, she admits, ". . . Some days
tespecially Mondaysl, l don't feel so dynamic."
Mr. Bemiss feels he is shy. He enjoys coaching pole
vaulting and all outdoor sports. He teaches Social Studies.
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You are noted for your restlessness and ambitions. You are endowed with
Mr. Walsh says that his most outstanding fault is disorganization, He
thinks his best quality is a deep concern about the future and youth. He
likes to read and go camping.
Mr. Crawford is the head football Coach. He has lead teams over the
years to victorious seasons. If there is time, he likes to jump in his camper
and go off for a little relaxation.
Mrs. Grant spends her spare time snow skiing. There are two things she
hates to see wastedg time and people.
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Mrs. Massey likes working with plants, reading, and
playing piano. She teaches in the Business Dept. and feels
she is firm, but fair.
Mr. Orr doesn't believe that being a Gemini effects his
life, but he says that he does have a split personality. He
can harrass and smile at you at the same time. His favorite
hobby and past time is playing golf.
Mr. Martin enjoys athletics and coaching. He teaches in
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sentimental, and understanding. He weighs things before
acting upon them. He is a happy person.
Mr. Cavallini is cool tempered with much patience, and
believes he has a normal personality. He coaches varsity
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Mrs. Allen teaches in the Mathematics dept. over at the
annex. She enjoys leather crafts, sewing, and playing
scrabble. She feels she fits her sign in that she is very
Mr. Stringer is at ease in speaking. His friendliness and
his many sided personality make him a natural for the
theatre. He teaches our Drama Classes and directs the
Drama Club. His other hobbies include collecting an-
tiques post cards and refunishing furniture. He also teaches
other English courses.
Mrs. Goodall believes she is wise generous, and may
possess a dual personality. Her past-times are knitting and
painting, she also enjoys antiques. She teaches Social
Miss Dean is hardworking. She is assistant basketball
coach and teaches physical training and regular gym. She
also is patient and understanding of teenagers. She enjoys
boating, water skiing, jogging, camping and reading.
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Pisces - Fishes
You are natural lovers, fickle, fruitful, honest, easily led, sensi-
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ous, pure of mind and trustworthy.
Mr. Norris enjoys gardening, painting and tennis. He be-
lieves Pisces reflects his character. Sincerity is one trait he
seeks in people he likes.
Mr. Rhodes, a fellow Piscean, is not a superstitous person.
He enjoys working on model airplanes. He teaches in the ln-
dustrial Arts Department.
Ms. Rosenstock enjoys bridge, swimming, music and the
sun. She's done some hiking in the mountains out west, and
sometimes takes walks. She has music preferences: jazz,
blues, and Italian operas. Though traditional in her math clas-
ses, shels somewhat of a liberal. Her sign is comparable with
her love of the water and her sensitivity.
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Ms. lowers is our administrative assistant. She feels
that she is a rare kind of Pisces. They usually don't like
the confinement of sitting at a desk, but she enjoys
working in an office because she's timid and creative as
most Pisceans are. She enjoys traveling, entertaining,
music, and reading. Which is a true characteristic of
administrative assistant. She also teaches two English
classes a day.
Ms. Arkin enjoys cooking, bowling, traveling, going
to the theatre, and piano. She feels that she is moody,
sensitive, and creative. She teaches in the Social Studies
Mr. Williams teaches English and heads the Audio
Visual Crew. When asked about his character his reply
was "ask my students, they know me best." The reply
was that he is a fun teacher, but much too leinient, as
he doesn't get mad. Mr. Williams enjoys reading and
music in his spare time, of which he has very little. He
also teaches night school at Crossland.
Mr. Tuttle, is teaching over at the Annex in the Social
Studies Department. Although he doesn't put much faith
in Astrology, he seems to think that what he knows
about his sign fits his own personality very closely. In
his spare time he does quite a bit of reading.
Mr. Meade, a nonbeliever, is very active in sports. He
coaches soccer, basketball, and baseball, and he still
plays softball. He and others say he is an aggressive per-
son. In high school, Mr. Meade was involved in every-
thing: "You Name lt, And l Was ln It."
Mrs. Treoscher, enjoys dancing, sewing, reading and
writing. She is very much a typical Pisces, says she
doesn't show feelings much, and feels she has a strong
sense of E.S.P. She is understanding, easy to get along
with, and very feminine. She is a For-Language teacher.
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You are well balanced, handsome, graceful, tasteful, dis-
criminating, peace loving and self-reliant. You have a
good sense of humor.
Miss Hamlin enjoys sewing and tennis. She teaches in
the Science Dept. over at the Annex. She feels she is op-
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Mr. Hill is one of our mathematics teachers at the an-
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is an optimistic person.
Mrs. Dyson feels she is optimistic. She teaches in the
Vocational Development Dept. She enjoys sewing and
Mr. Overton teaches in the Science Dept. He enjoys
listening to jazz, partying, swimming and rough sports. He
feels he is observant and very easy to get along with.
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You are self-controlled, courageous, ambitious, and
eloquent in speech. Polite, courteous, practical and sensi-
ble. You love praise and flattery.
Ms. jackson enjoys playing pinocle and cooking. She
teaches business classes. She has a good sense of humor
and is a "Friendly" person.
Mrs. Fernandes is a sensitive person and tries to be fair
all the time. She cares, and commits herself to her family
and friends. Most of her leisure time is taken up by read-
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Mr, Kirkland has a variety of hobbies, reading, fishing,
and gardening keep him busy when he's not teaching
Math. He has a pilots license, but rarely finds time to use
it. Pride makes him demanding of himself and others. Ba-
sically, he's always trying to do his best.
Mrs. Beckett likes reading. She wishes she had more
time for all the other activities she enjoys. She likes to
have her vvork organized. She looks for the good in
everyone, and likes people.
Mrs. Corecki is nice but she gives hard work. Her hob-
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teacher in the English Dept.
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are a leader, a thinker, obstinate and independent.
Mrs. Kuhl, teaches at the Annex in the English Dept.
She feels she is fine, optimistic, outstanding and emulati-
ous. She enjoys tennis and is a VVoman's Libber.
Mr. Young is a nonbeliever, but believes in the "Power
of suggestion". He is stubborn, lazy, tolerant, and some
call him a perfectionist. He teaches in the foreign lan-
Mrs. Klein plays a lot of tennis and loves to cook. Aries
persons often find themselves putting things off and Mrs.
Klein is no exception to this rule. This year Mrs. Klein was
a sponsor for the Sophomore Class and taught an experi-
mental advanced math program, SSMCIS.
Ms. West is one of Friendly's special education teach-
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which is typical of the sign Aries. Her hobbies are travel-
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Mrs. Miller loves to cook, play tennis, and enjoys travel-
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Mr. Meehan's hobbies consist of tennis, swimming,
Mrs. Lewis is a Home Economics Teacher. Her sign rep-
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place with that of an Aries. She enjoys sewing.
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Mr. McKenzie's hobbies are sailing, woodworking and of
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Mr. Parlee holds the admiration and respect of Friendly stu-
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Senior High School, enjoys antiques and furniture re-
finishing. He is a dedicated fan of Friendly athletics,
and has a deep concern for the Students.
Mr, Vann, a sagittarius, and the Vice-Principal, en-
joys sportsg coaching and watching them. He feels he
is reasonably satisfied, knowing his limitations, and
works to compensate for them.
Mr. Schlereth, a virgo, is the Vice-Principal at the
Annex. He enjoys golfing and his job as a Scout Lead-
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Ms. Whitworth is a Guidance
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Mrs. Pelagatti is a Libra and is
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Mr. Dimisa a pisces, is a
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Miss Gustafson, a pisces, is the
Mr. Graves, a sagittarius, is a
Mrs. Rust, a scorpio, is the
Nurse of the school.
Mr. Yovich, a virgo, is the
Security Officer here at Friendly.
Mrs. Harrigan, an Aries, is the
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Mrs. Flanagan, a Leo, is a secretary
over at the annex.
Mrs. Clark, a Taurus, is the librari-
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Mrs. Sikora, a capricorn, is the Of-
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Mrs. Caruso, a Sagittarius, is the
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Mrsi Decker, a Leo, is the lnstruc-
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ORGANIZATIONS ! 183
A.F.S. fa-f-sl n 1: sponsors a
foreign exchange student to this
country 2: raises money for this
purpose 3: International Dinner
and Garage sale are annual fund
raising activities 4: attempts to
broaden the student's interest
and knowledge of foreign coun-
tries 5: foreign exchange student
of 76-77 is Nina Parkkola of
brilliantfbrillyantf, adj 1: spark-
ingg very bright 2: distinguished
by qualities which excite admira-
184 I ORGANIZATIONS
American Field Service members
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Charles LeGrand is a "soul" supporter of A.F.S.
Consession Standfkon 'sesh on
'standf n 1: students volunteer to
work at football games and track
meets 2: they are admitted to the
games free in exchange for their
services 3: profits are distributed
between Boosters, seniors and
juniors 4: serve the fans hot food
and cold beverages.
Concert Choirffkan sert 'kwi er!
n 1: choral groupg sing a variety
of musical selections, from clas-
sical to popular 2: dressed in
robes 3: perform in the annual
X-Mass Concert 4: hold practices
during third period.
Drama Clubfdrarna' 'klebf n l:
or, the "Company" 2: stage
productions from serious dramas
to frivolous musicals 3: "The
Crucible" was the fall play for
1976 4: participated in the an-
nual Homecoming parade by
dressing in costumes from popu-
lar plays and advertising coming
A moment of terror strikes the stage cast in "The Crucible".
The funfilled members of Friendly's Drama Club.
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5 'i 1
Eagerfe'ger! adj 1: sharp: keen
2: spirited: sharply contested, as
a fight 3: ardent to pursue, per-
form, or obtain: keenly desirous
186 X ORGANIZATIONS
Mary King stands trial for witchcraft
Members of the Future Business Leaders of America.
Felicitations: Friendly's pop singing group.
FBLA!f-b-l-af n 1: Future Busi-
ness Leaders of America 2: to
develop competent, aggressive
business leadership 3: strengthen
the confidence of students in
themselves and their work 4:
create more interest in, and un-
derstanding of, American busi-
Felicitations ! fi-'lis-e-ta-cion! n
1: choral groupp sing popular
musical selections 2: attire is uni-
form 3: perform at the A.F.S. din-
ner and other appropriate occa-
sions 4: holds practices
French National Honor Society!
'french 'nash-cion-al 'an-er! n 1:
Induction held Oct. 26th 2: to
honor those who have excelled
in French 3: to further interested
students in the language and the
country 4: meeting held every
GALS!g-a-l-sf n 1: Girls Athletic
Letter Society 2: further the sports
program for girls through fund
raising programs 3: offer enrich-
ment programs related to schol-
arship aid, recruiting 4: promote
girls sports through interest de-
veloping activities 5: assists at
the annual Donkey Basketball
188 I ORGANIZATIONS
Mary Beth Bruce and Tonya Oksa at the F N H S christmas party
French National Honor Society.
Girls Athletic Society.
ln gymnastics balance is very important.
Gymnastics members give a striking pose.
'klebf n 1: to further the interest
and ability of FriendIy's gymnas-
tic students 2: practices held
everyday after school, except
Friday 3: students have the op-
portunity to work on any piece of
equipment, and eventually com-
pete on the gymnastic team.
ORGANIZATIONS X 189
Horseback Riding CIub!'hors-bak
frid-ing 'klebfn iz provides stu-
dents who have an interest in
horseback riding with a chance
to develop their skill 2: partici-
pate in the annual Homecoming
parade by dressing in riding attire
and riding horseback. 3: plan
trail rides and field trips through-
out the year. ,f
Horseback Riding Club at home on the range.
Involved! in volvd' X adj l: that
which is complete 2: to roll up in
itself so as to gather in, embrace V
or comprehend, include, as, this
problem involves the others.
joinfjoinf v.t. 1: to unite in as-
sociation. 2: to unite in time, ef-
fort, action, consideration, or
other immaterial manner.
Members of Horseback Riding Club parade down Allentown Rd.
leanne Sears leads pony down Homecoming parade route.
190 X ORCANIZATIQNS
The Latin Club in it's premiere year at Friendly,
The Lettermen's club, the common link throughout Friendly's sports,
Knowledge I novvlej! n 1: famil-
iarity gained by actual experi-
enceg practical skill 2: acquain-
tance with factg hence, scope of
Latin Clubflat-n 'klebf n 1: stu-
dents interested in widening their
knowledge of Latin culture 2:
annual highlight is the Roman
Banquet 3: club is made up of
combined level classes
Lettermen's Club!'let-er 'manz
'klebf n 1: for those guys who
have earned a letter in any var-
sity sport, and have been prop-
erly initiated. 2: run the annual
Donkey Basketball game 3: work
popcorn sales at all indoor games
4: hold regular meetings every
Madrigalsfmad-ri-galz! n 1:
choral groupg 16th-17th century
music 2: selection through audi-
tion 3: costumes of the Renais-
sance 4: perform at the annual
Christmas Concert 4: hold prac-
tices during second period
Math Team!'math 'temf n 1:
competes with five other schools
in the county 2: ten meets plus
all-county meets 3: for higher
math students, considering the
difficulty of problems given 4:
competitions held every other
Thursdayg serve as regular meet-
192 X ORGANIZATIONS
Madrigals in formal attire.
No problem is too difficult for the Math Team.
Mrs. Phyllis Naylor was the guest speaker at the media centers annual
Friendlyls Media Club in their domain, the library.
Our weekday morning, saturday night live, "Morning Mouths"
Media Club!'med-ia 'klebf n 1:
serves Friendly with Media
Center equipment 2: qualifica-
tion of membership determined
by sponsor 3: made the movie
"The Friendly Disconnection" 4:
sponsered the annual "Christmas
Smorgasbordn 5: aquaints stu-
dents with all types of media:
Morning Mouths X 'mor-ning
'mauthzf n 1: or, the "Voices of
Friendly" 2: provide entertain-
ment each morning via the pub-
lic address sytem 3: to inform the
student body of meeting, ac-
tivities, and sports results 4: play
a variety of music each morning
and afternoon 5: lead the school
in the pledge of alligance
National Honor Society I 'nash
Gion-al 'aner so-'et-ef n 1: to
honor those active students who
have maintained a 3.2 grade av-
erage through high school 2: in-
ductions held in the fall for se-
niors and in the spring for juniors
3: make available a tutoring ser-
vice for all interested students
194 X ORGANIZATIONS
Coleen Dugan receives her certificate of induction into the National Honor Society.
jackson Bain, Ms. Beaver, Mary King, Debbie Krentz and Mary Beth Bruce await the beginnings of the
Refreshments were served to the new and old members and their family.
The Orchestra plays for many of FriendIy's events.
Orchestra X 'or-ke-straf n I: sym-
phony pieces as well as music by
British and American composers
ORGANIZATIONS I 195
Patriot Press ! 'pat-tre ot 'presf n
1: staff kept the paper out of fi-
nancial trouble by using the
school's own print shop 2: arti-
cles, and photographs that cover
Friendly life 3: sports, comrnu-
nity events, feature stories, and
coverage of exceptional Friendly
Quality !kwol'ite! n 1: proper or
essential being, nature 2: hence,
an attribute, characteristic 3: ex-
cellence of character.
196 X ORGANIZATIONS
Mr. Gibson is head of Patriot Press.
Patriot Press staff member does some quick filing
MV- Whllaffe 5TfUS8l95 Will' 3 wmmon 5l4le'l5 PVC' Mrs, Grant helps Mr. Whitacre in his time of need.
dicament, a loose ski.
joey Alto takes attendance, while Mrs. Grant and john Droter plan a ski club meeting,
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That fact that skiing is a popular sport at Friendly is proven hy the size of the ski group.
reasonable! re'zon 'ab 'lef adj 1:
having the faculty of reasong ra-
tional 2: justg fair mindedp of
acts, thoughts, etc.g not beyond
the bounds of reason
Ski Clubfske 'klebf n 1: offers
interested students the opportu-
nity to participate in the sport of
skiing 2: increases knowledge of
sport and local resorts through
films and talks 3: organizes trips
to area resorts with minimal cost
4: day trips to Blue Knobsp
week-end trips to Seven Springs
Spanish National Honor
Society X 'span-ish 'nash-cion-al
'on-er so-'et-eX n 1 : new this year
2: to honor those students who
have excelled in spanish 3: have
a tutoring service for Spanish
students 3: organizing a trip to
Mexico 4: promotes Hispanic
Culture in our school 5: spon-
sered the "La Tuna Concert" 6:
to adquaint students with Spanish
Stage Band X 'staj 'bandX n 1:
every facet of contemporary
music 2: the group entertains be-
fore and during the halftimes of
home basketball games
198 X ORGANIZATIONS
Spanish National Honor Society sponsered
the "La Tuna Concert" in December.
Ann Cochran prepares "churros'l for hungry
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Stage Band: Friendly's svvingingest instrumental group.
Student Government, they're ready to serve you.
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Student Governments planning board.
Student Government Associa-
ass-she a 'cionl n 1: to represent
the students and their opinions 2:
Iiason between students and ad-
ministration 3: to be the central
force in the school 4: held an as-
sembly to inform the students of
Terrific!terrif'ik! adj 1: exciting,
or adapted to excite 2: tremend-
United funit'edg-idfadj. 1: com-
bined: made one 2: pertaining to
or produced by joint action 3: in
Versatility!vur'satil'itifn 1: quality
or state of being many sided 2:
having many aptitudes: as, ver-
Wantu Wazuri !'wontoo 'wiz-
erefn 1: Svvahilian for "beautiful
people" 2: to give a higher qual-
ity of friendship among the stu-
dents at Friendly 3: unite hu-
manity and excel to greater levels
of understanding 4: Friendly stu-
dents modeled for "Fall in
Flight", sponsered by Wantu
200 X ORGANIZATIONS
Members of Wantu Wazuri hear plans lor an oncoming event.
Staci Hartwell is the president of Wantu Wazuri this year.
Pam Gadson has difficulty answering a question
Denise Wike, this years editor, types up copy.
Debbie Krentz prepares finals for an on-
Erin Dugan finds time to write more year-
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Tracy Walker and Fay Shore relax while Sharon Kline takes her turn
on the typewriter.
Carmen Bailey can still smile after making
X-citingfek.sit'ing! adj 1: not
necessarily good spellers. 2:
rousing, as a dynamo. 3: causes
activity or feeling.
Yearbook Stafffyitllrbuk 'staff n
l: A school publication recording
the history and activities of the
year. 2: a group who sells any-
thing to raise money, so as not to
go bankrupt. 3: can be seen at all
hours taking pictures writing
copy, and ripping up layouts. 4:
sees a playgirl fold-out as good
Zealous!zel'us! adj 1: filled with
characterized by, or due to zeal.
2: Ardor in the pursuit of any-
thing: ardent and active interest,
ORGANIZATIONS I 201
Many students at Friendly find the arts to be their favorite field.
They look forward to their classes in the arts more than any other.
Friendly's curriculum allows students to take as many electives in
the arts as they can fit in their schedules. Although classes in the
arts abound here, many of them are made up of a small number of
very talented students.
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Tecia Hedglin discovers what is really inside a tree.
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KALIEDOSCOPE X 205
Luffy Williams is another one of Friendly's poets and artists.
Paula Durbin demonstrates that ceramics doesn't end with flower pots.
The skill in the arts which exists at Friendly frequently goes unnoticed in
all the fervor surrounding the school's athletic feats. But the students of the
arts continue undaunted, content in their role of quiet excellence. Many
awards, honors, and citations have been presented to gifted Friendly artists.
Many plan to continue working in the arts as a career or at least a hobby.
206 ! KALIEDGSCOPE
You know how good it is to see
Someone you haven't seen in awhile.
The laughing, the joy, the happiness,
The beauty of a smile.
But when this time like all must end,
The shoutingand good times descend:
Remember that there is no sign that will
Ever be louder than a g'ood-bye
by Luffy Williams
Diane Trease starts the long process of making a
One of the many outstanding needlecraft students, Linda Lee,
shows that there is a lot of work involved in making a blanket.
The arts can be broken dovvn into several catagories such as:
Drama, Industrial Arts, or shop, Vocal Music, Home Economics, or the
domestic arts, Instrumental Music, written art, such as poetry, and Art
in the puriest sense, like drawing and painting.
jazz band member Gary Graves does his part to achieve the right Nancy Whylie, Carl Massey, Marci Huisman, Gilbert Carr, and Gwynneth Carpenter are
sound. five ofthe top musicians in the concert band.
Maryjane O'Loughlin and Chris O'Connor playing around backstage. Lilia jirau relates the mood of the play to the audience.
KAl.lEDOSCOPE f 207
MARY VIRGINIA BIEDNARIK tGingerJ book store helper 47
likes - dancing, swimming, sunshine, snow, fried chicken,
music, to see people smile, clothes . . . dislikes - rain, on-
ions, crying, "keep smiling" . . . to become a model or
stewardess . . . "not too smart but a one of a kind girl" db7
"very dependable and sweet" gj
STEVEN RICHARD BELINKY tllozoj clss treas 27 i.v. bskt bll
27 SCA del 27 SGA parl 37 PTSA 2,37 bk-a-thon for CF 3,47
mrn mths 2,32 float com. 2,3,41 FHS 3,47 NHS 3,4f clss pres.
4 . . . likes -- Frampton, michelob, good parties, fast red
fords, Richard Pryor, EWF, s.c. 81 coke, V 84 T, phat mommas
. . . dislikes - fake, obnoxious people, no place to go, gos
sip, the morning after . . . "Do you feel like I do" "How ya
doing?" . , . to be an optometrist and be successful
a P, keep it cool" ds7 "check this out man, two nuns" kw
"and your mother wouldn't let you stay" smp "remember" kk
MARGARET LENITA BELL tBunnieJ wnt. Wal. 2 . . . likes
parties, disco's, people, having a good time, clothes, my
mom, dad, and sisters, animals . . . "Be for real!" . . . co
lege, business management . . . "wild things" gm7 "kinda
strange" ag, "funny Bunnie" sc, "deep dimples" kk
YOLANDA PETRECE BELL tYoYo, Ding, Yobelj . . . cc stat
2,31 sga del and stu adv 213,41 cf bk a thon publ
chrmn 27 cf bk 81 dnc-a-thon main chrprsn 3,47 orien
com 2,31 grev com 37 grls trk 27 annex morn mths 27 v pres 3
wnt waz fash show 47 h coming com 3,47 shs-v pres 47 pg
re 'on as of stu ov votin del 4 likes talkin to eo-
B' S E i- - - - P
iplewgand dealing with their problems . . . dislikes - Eypocrit
'ical people . . . "ballarky" . . . college bound major in
criminology, minor in psychology . . . "moody, involved, a
good frien ' bp, "a bite of this, a bite of that, a sip of this, a
ite of that" dl, "high blood pressure" gp
SUSANNE ELIZABETH BELLEW tSusiel . . . coe prog 4
ikes - guys, plants, aerosmith, partis , . . dislikes - egg
rolls . . . Ubarrell of laughter" dem, "great person" gl, "real
nice red head" th, "cool chick" lam
DEBORgj:Hf. BIAGI tDebbieJ . . . class com 3,47 int v'bll 37
cf 47 sec aide 47 att off aide 4 . . . likes - animals,
sunshine, swimming, traveling . . . dislikes -
staying home, and unfriendly people . . . "you'll
get over it" . . . colle e bound ccpa . . . "always happy 84
dizzy" mi, "alwa s looking for a good time and i love her" dz
. . . "very friendly" vi
LILIA DIANNE socmo . lfjifdgama clb 2,3,47 con chr 3,
felic 37 rls chr 27 morn mths Con 3,47 thes 3,47 int clb
27 mdrgls 47 int v'bll 47 gmn clb 226, . . likes - talking with
people, performing my own muiietand music written by
others on my guitar, being alone sometimes to sort out my
thoughts . . . dislikes - cruelty, win in words, to another
human being . . . "far out" . . . to become a performer . .
"inygWl3ged" cg, 'fgreat guitarist" mw, "great personality" gb
. . "let's do it again" . .
ISAN ANN BREEN
e mllk shakes clot talking
ker, parties suntar
ip, "real nice rg, "a
pom pom s
RODENA CHRYS 4 LA BROWN l Roh I es
having a good , relaxln and lnterestin
likes p 7 fpeople an loud mout
know ome a child psychologist
a ha n ls, ternhc friend VC,
wg , , friendly lg
MARY fuzwsm sauce tMarybeth- aruceyy
2 pom poms 3 gym clb 2, Int clb 2 lntr v bll
34 nhssec34 mthtm4 cfbkdncathon23
popcorn snow, sunny days for bike a thons
good mood dislikes bathrooms fl led wit
what happened to our mandatory meeting?
bound cant laugh and walk up the stairs a
time ds makes english bearable sb wow
GREGORY DELANE BUFF iDelanel . . .
coach 3,41 h. coming com 47 class com
math, driving, cool teachers, linda .
friends . . . college7 computers or
CAROLYN ANN BUHLER
food chrmn 47 sga
sunsets . . .
karen" . . .
f" 'f Wefwlhl Q5 i i
. . . "horse crazy" ls, "green freak" ju, "rowdy girl" ls,
"wild 81 crazy" bl
CARL WADE BURRUS f"B" brotherb . . . likes - money?
cars and nice shapes . , . dislikes - teachers, homework?
sophomores . . . "life is rough!" . . . to have lots of every-45
thing . . . "cash ain't got no sense" ab
CRAIG C. BURRUS . . . likes - money, and cars .
"cash" . . , to become rich. 7 V
LAWRENCE S BURTON Sltl Clb 3 4, SCCI'
likes sheryl cold beer, sports
dislikes homework and paying for gas
clb 3 att
stu rev com
talk to '
mlkyli it if
traveling, clothes . . . to be depended on b others when
they need hel . . . dislikes -- people who make fun of those
who are handlcapfued . . . "we can make il if we try" . . .
graduale from co lege 81 improve myself in all ways . . .
"pleasant" lh, "enduring friend" rd
LINDA VICTORIA COLES . . . Iiks - horseback riding, car
racing, and working on cars . . . dislikes - girls, friendly sr
high . . , "do onto others, then split" . . . to become a ro-
fessional race car driver . . . "crazy" amf, "always telling
me to shui up" oz, "man lover" af
SANDRA LOUISE COURTNEY lSandy, Snort! . . . h Coming
princess 4: . . . likes - bright, sunshiny days and nice peo-
ple . . . dislikes - geltin up in the morning . . . "what a
squirrel" , . . to do sometildng fun 84 interesting and get paid
at the same time . . , "understanding friend" lam, "a real
princess" lw, "a real turkey 8: a nul too" ls
MITCH ANTOINIO CRAWFORD lMllChl . . . ftbll 2,3,47
drama 37 trk 25 . . . likes - girls, sports, bad looking cars,
parties, and traveling . . . dislikes - roast beef and wild
people . . . "hi there, what's happening?" . . . become an
electrical engineer . . . "big beautiful brown eyes" kat, "al-
ways there in time of need" rs, "real nice guy" bs, "varsity's
76 man - alright!" pb
SANDRA LEIGH CROFT iSandy1 . . . cncrl bnd 27 mrchng
bnd 25 gym clb 27 sym bnd 37 pom poms 3,47 fhs 3,47 h ro
2 3,45 . . , likes -- peoirle, beaches, parlies, snow, wine,
class of '77 and a specia someone! . . . dislikes - brussel
sprouts , . . "later, much" . . . college bound, elementary
teacher . . . "has a great personality and ,a beautiful smile'f
mk, "good problem solver, great listener 81 best friend" sk,
"very cute" ch, "has a huge talkative smile" sb
LISA CURTIS . . . ini clb 2,31 afs 2,3,-45 gals 23 girls trk cc 37
sga 33 afs int scholarship lo chile 4 -,.VV, it-K i
ing, burnt orange celicas gt's, stage lighting and av . . . dis-
likes - walsh's dittos, weeden's essays, waking up before
12:00, being electrocuted, Physics projects . . . "if it doesn't
work it's broken" . . . col ege . . ." . . . and the lord said
let there be light, then came john" It "if he can'l fix it he'll
finish breaking il" eg, Nkilmy was I ere" irw, "he sees the
STEPHEN CHARLES DUCA CDukeb . . . spring golf 2,35 fall
golf 3,47 md academy of sci 35 cc 4: ski db 47 shs 4 . . . likes
weekends, hockey, golf, cc races, solving involved math prob-
lems . . . dislikes - busy work, homework on the weekends
. . , "gimme a break" . . . college - chemical engineer
. . . "the best of perfectionislsn nw, "a brainy brain" ag,
"the 'duke' of chemistry" mp
MARY COLEEN DUGAN iColeenJ . . . gym db 2,3,4g v
chrldng 45 ski db 4: in! v'bll 4: bsktbll stat 33 h roll 2,3,4p
, , A likes - people and happiness - college . . . "keeps
people laughing" ii, "a good listener and a terrific sister" il,
"words can'l explain" cs
DIANE ELIZABETH DUMAS lDumanl . . . pep db 2,31 pow-
der puff ftbll 3,47 colorguard 41 cf 2 . . . loves -- David,
likes - florida porches, food . . . dislikes -- marching in
cold weather, being late, having lo think . . . "i'm hungry"
. . . "gimme a break" . . . college bound, airline stewardess
. . , "especially considerate and very thoughtful" Ig, Q"B"E,
PAULA CLAIRE DURBIN iPuIuJ . . . likes -- jethro lull,
guilars. nianos, florida, old ripped un faded leans, ian ander-
son, lm and life especially . , . dislikes - disco and anything
havinglto do with il . . . 'lyou must be kidding" . . . become
B IUUSICBI1 - Q ff "P-'NIB bear" means soft and cuddly"
Zizusilly girl" th, "toothpick" tm, "has her head together"
THOMAS EDSALL 1Slevel . , . sci fair Z5 county sci
'gi . chLlg3,4L:eiiw:italions 3,47 . .f. likes -- brenda,
NINA Lomwws DAVIS fcmki m . . . ls 2347 ya 432k . . 93 H i Scars- - -"f affifsl vvy 6094
likes - being free, to be mysgf and mos! xyfgmy- ,WNW - - - 01739821 'MUN bwlosrsf
lime with me one i love . . . dislikes - rams, f helpful, devoted, sv-eat sense of humor'
phoney and people fha! nr? rne constantly . . . K bb K it i K . K.
Blish ' - ' "NSY 50mg 3 'UW 'U be Nuunftifxc ..-, -.gg K K . ihi ..,:' I fiiil
"'i"dQd and ""0'YS WF?" SMS going .- fill Show 41
and mfr- mv Slsfff lx ,.,1- ..-, M 11,-
i- i CGW 'U W1 '
BRENDA nose DEAN nom, Redl . . . i' "fm f 'i..
tutoring 33 int db 37 pep clb 37 . . . likes iirsi 5:24
gg ':ogl2:riiAg.i:EliI:Z--- .skk Vk,V ELLQQTKKWIIQJ , . . swim db 2,3aQ7l!2xe5.-
another dollar" . . work with title K 'iii I 1
W' 'W' "' ssis s
MARY ELIZABETH DEEM . yrbk 23 pep "xifffb'7"'iff 'ii- Am Q 'f-,1
2,31 fe-fd-ef aid' 1,41 sd'-f aide 4: - - - i lsiyr c.l'f.Tn'?'Z3,5f.M'S'S'12'f3 359
beach, nc, football games, concerts, parties, , the Wim and l,0,,,f,adg5,5 455556
- - - dislikes - h0m9W0fk HHUAFUSNY ., ,gfgqqpk 7"-ii 'Ei' iiii ' say do thi witiiuiutnsnlnki' about
shall never return but it shall ways' rem " L A is feelin fl wuenfsma- in fine 235-
allege bound . , . "nice sweet good friend" I ii .. 55 'ff 5 - P, U-
C . . ,, ,, .4 ,, .. ,, . K 2-, stan alone, unforgetable personality cs, dry lifiii .
has a little grin kg, always smnlmg gr, funniest augh. as
IQOBERT RAYMOND DENNISON IBObbyj . . . likes - par-
tleshmotorcycles, and green . . . "huh? What?" . . . win the
million dollar loltery.
:qw Dsvsnsl. , . likes - michael and panes . . . dig
likes - pocks . . . "crispy critter' dl, "pon-artist" sf
RENEELIS DEWBERRY lkeneel . . . Cf 23 Uk lm 3: v'bll 45
trk tm 47 afs vice pres 41 . . . likes - harpy and easy going
V. . . dislikes -- people not bdng t emselves . . . col-
, major in-piiycholngy, minoriin music . . . "always
be aroundfg2ig,i"!"e dl, "off rrqgkef' aw
KAREN ANITA DIXON fmllsbury Dough Girl? . . . fbla hist
33 drama 3,43 . . . likes - cats and a animals, stuffed ani-
mals, eszecially cookie monster, "doc ulmer and mr. mac,
loves Mi Q Sanchez . . . dislikes - pessimistic people, any-
one who can't smile, eggs and homework . . . "oh yeah"
. V.. . become a midwife or nurse . . . "always in a good
moqd, happy and fullof life" ds, -"exasperating" sh, "a very
crzzy person" Seb Y
KATHY TRENE DONALDSON . . . bnd 2,35 mrchng bnd 2,35
bowling 23 teachers aide 4 . . . likes - summertime, the
ocean, riding around, snow, the eagles, sunny days, meeting
feogfwle, and weekends , . . dislikes -- getting up in the morn-
ng or school . . .,"seriously" . . . go lo pgcc to study re-
creational leadmhim . . "always laughing" ls, 'flikes
supermarkets" I? "5 ld we start tomorrow?" sh, "ocean
city - sand, su and "S" st
CATHY ANN DOKRIS . . . p0wder puff flbll 3,45 ski clb 41
int v'bll 45 likes -- chicaio, night football Eames, puppies,
and mcdonalds . . . dish es -- rain, and omework . . .
"you know" . . . college bound . . . 'fhas a unique way of
laughing" ds, "crazy, cute, hair cut and talkative" lw, "good
friend, great volleyball player" mr
LISA ANN DOYLE . . . co-operative exp prog 45 in! v'bll 45
. . . likes -- dicky, swimming, cut little red cars lfiat 850,
austin america! "my book", friends . . . dislikes - trying but
,thu no credit, that say they don'l like others before
t syrt jyigive chem as chance . . . "no niggaz" . . . cfgtge -
medical secretafyg: . "very sweet an attractive girl" kar,
"crazy" pl, "good friend, good person to talk to" uifi
yor-:N mcumw mom: , . . sld clb z,3, pres 45 drima clb
3,4: media clb 4: , . . likes - camping, backpacking, hunt-
wil Jxwatch out" ldb, "always happyf' mdm
GARY FLINT . . . likes football, motorcycles, cars and
women . . . "how's it going" . . . college bound . . . "he's
well rounded and i enjoy rapping with him" jm, "he's a
sucker for a pretty face" bb
STEVEN ELEC FLIIPPO lFlipJ . . . ftbll 25 in lrk 2: bsbll 27
. . likes - him, ponliacs, race cars, micheloeb, marlboro,
parties, beating john 81 lon1my's chevy's, frampton, freebird
. . . dislikes - lords, mopars iexcept lony'sJ, amc . . .
"pontiac power" . . . college -- get rich , . . "do you feel
like i do!" sb, "craz mf" tt, "gaining fast" r, "he can'l beat
my chevy" dh, Hreahy great guy 81 a lot of Fun?"
MARIE ANN FLUHARTY Qflu or Maggij . . . maiorelte 2,37
. . . likes - making people smile, friday 81 saturday nights
and partying . . . dislikes - fakey people . . . "for sure"
. . . become a social worker . , , "loves lo party" wd,
"crazy" wd, "enjoys life" ls, "sings the songs" ls, "love that
COLLEEN PATRICIA FLYNN lcc, weeniej . . . iv chrldng 29
pom poms 37 yrbk 2,33 . . . likes - sunshine, kittens,
paychecks, barbara striesand, having a ood lime, loves -
steve and celicas . . . dislikes - two gaced people, being
bored, people who slab you in the back . . . "wl1al's happe-
nin?" "no doubt" . . . college bound . . . "steve crazy" sf
SHELLEY ANNE FLYNN fDukaJ . . . iv chrldn? 27 color
uard, mrchng bnd 37 . . . likes oxon hill peop e, parties,
Easil, john, dan, bill, oscars, daytona beach . . . dislikes -
boredom . . . loves jay . . . "lhal's cool" "solid" . . .work
and live in daytona beach.
RUSSELL RICHARD FIORENZA lfuzzb . . . flbll 2,3,4p bsbll
2,3,47 int v'bll 4 . . . loves all sports especiallycbaseball, likes
to laugh, and have a good time . . . disli es f snobby
chicks, teachers with a lousy altitude toward students . . .
college bound . . . "a real cassanovaw kl, "good looking and
fun to be with" sk, "pretty eyes" wh, "great personality" fp,
"weak ankles" kfr
ANGELA MARIE FORD IAngieJ . . . dass com . . . likes -
bawling, arts 84 crafts, traveling, staging away from home
. , . dislikes - nosey people, school, hs . , . "don't start no
stuffy won'l be no mess" . . , become a computer operator
. . . "laughs a lot" lvc, "giggles" jw, "fun to be with" cls,
"sweet and always smiling" ds
MARY THERESA FRALEY Uerrieb . . . hero 2 Q7 S0fibll'27
german clh 35 fbla 3 . , . likes - making new friends, going
places and doing things . . . dislikes -- getting up in the
morning, doing homework, taking tests . . . "even If you're
on the right track, you'Il get run over if you just sit there"
. . . college bound, government work . . , "evil smiles" Im,
"good listener, good friend 81 don'l forget - be careful with
spaghetti" to, "always wearing a happy smile" kr, "very ply
lite girl" mm
BRENDA CATHERINE FRAME . . . rdng clb 2,35 intr clb 2g h
Coming com 23 fhs 3,43 grls trk 37 in! v'bll 4 . . . likes -
horses, listening to the radio, reading, snow, parties, playing
tennis and pizza . . . dislikes - long range projects, snakes
and rain . . . "today is the tomorrow you worried about yese
terday" , . . become a doctor . . . "clever, determined,
crazy" ah, "good 'frame' of mind" pc, "miss know it all" iv
PAMELA MARIE FOSTER . . . rdng db 2,37 drama clh 2,45
wnt waz 45 afs 2,3,4g intr clb 2,35 sym orch 47 powder puff
ftbll 3,47 stu govt 3:11a 3,47 nhs 3,47 grls trk 2: slrng ens 2,35
d com 3 . . , Iiks -- conlemporary and classical music,
outdoor sports, volleyball, food, and partis . . . dislikfs - tests
. . . "yes", "lel's eat" . . . college, study psychology, join a
symcrhony or orchestra . . . "cool, really cool" aw, "hot and
col " pg,.fiunknown" gc
PAMELA IEAN CADSON iPamJ . . . ymn 2,3,4g wnl waz
2,3,4g v'bll 3,43 nhs 3,4: black exper theatre 3 . . . to get a
masters degree in speech pathology . . . "volleyball kid" dt,
"studies ldudesl thoroughly" pf, "sneaky" kk, "willy" ei,
"devious" kb, "always right" gc
DEBRA ANN GALLAGHER . . . lrk lm 2' german clb 2,37
booster clh 2 . . . likes - horses, riding horses, swimmin
and just walking through the woods . . . "come on VII?
. . . become an airline stewardess . . . "nice personality -
nice to everyone" mm, "smiling brightly" dm
SHARONf511i GALLAHAN lBananaJ . . . likes bobby . . .
"oh yeahii. . to work a good job . . . "a very nice Bi quiet
girl" mb,--"has that little grin" Is, "always has that iuicey
IOHN ANTHONY GAUOWAY 1DinkyJ . . . bsktbll 35 . . .
likes -- getting along with anyone in the school . . . "all
right" . . , become a business administrator . . . "a very
sweet andjllgandsome man" mb, "very together person" lb,
"one of myfavorite people" ai
EUGENE CROSBY GAMBLE IR. tllingj . . . mrchng bnd
23,47 dmm mior 45 out trk 3,45 intr v'bll 3,47 rep 45 stg bnd
47 cnc! bnd 2,47 wnd ens 37 math tm 47 h roll 2,3,4 . . . likes
-- surfing, motorcycles, track meets . . . dislikes -
"roaches",,,fmr walsh's diltns, physics pmiecls, renegade
Computer:-Qfpgrammers , . . enjoy life without ending up in
the poor hbuse . . . "it'II never work, very optimistic" Ie,
"hey, gene, how about the fight song - crazy" Iq, "m0Sl
important, useless, band member" jd
KATHLEEN GRACE GAMBRIEL lKalhy, Gambino? . . . pep
clb 2,37 color guard 47 powder puff ftbll 3,4 . . . likes -
good looking guys, aerosmiih, wings and parties . . . "nasty"
. . . become an airline stewardess . . . "way to go gam-
bino!" lg WEN?
GEORGE PHILIP GATES . . . ski db 3,47 fhs 3,47 inl v'bll 4
. . . likes - sports, cars, tequila sunrises, music, wild stuff
. . . dislikesy- green pick-up trucks with hubs in them . . .
"what a rushffj, . . become an architect, meterologisl, travel
around the qjilntry and party . , . "mpg -go-lucky, funny"
ir, Hstriviilig, nalured ding-a-ling" m lm
SCOTT BRUCE GIl.DNER . . . class pres 25 iv bsktbll cap! 2g
v bsktbll 2,3,4y nhs 3,41 fhs 3,43 v pres slu ovt 37 v pres
french db 3,45 outstanding junior 3 . . . likesiqskelball and
his van . .' . state . . . "little blue fuzzies" dk, "las
V9S35" C5245 . , . '
DONNA . .flyclass com 31 work study 4 . . .
likes -- the Khe mountains and being with good friends
. . . dislikes- phony people . . . "different strokes for dif'
ferenmolkj' . . .hlravel azound the a:.s. . . . "always party-
ing" , " wah appy" I , "a lol o fun" dt, "always smil-
ing and a everyone" ds
LYNN AlLl5SwKikEiffflAs5lll1RNQ"B","Ep"l . . .yfbk 23,41 v,
v'bll 43 powdurpuff ftbll 43 class comm 43 likes -- art, phd
tography, crusin' in my truck, blue, the moon, turquoise, the
beach, music, prtics and leke! . . . dislikes - headaches,
crudeness, standing in line , . . "you had lo be there" . . .
become rich and smart - somehow . . . "beautiful close
friend" rg,'if'my,'fella' of the year" ss, "lon 81 silky with a
Cul? i3l11il0'QmYov, "thoughtful but an 'ep' " def
LAWRENCE DAVID GKANDISON IR Gmlley! . . . wnt wal
sg! of arms 3,4g out lfk 25 in trk 3g drama . . . likes -- speak
out class, to dress, being with people and kim . . . "sporty"
. . . maiqr in business administration . . . "very serious
young man" kk, "suave and debonaif' sa, "buck is all right"
aw, "honest young man" ts
CYNTHIA SUE GKAVES lCindyJ . . . likes - music, reading,
the ocean, traveling and meeting people . . . dislikes -
phony people . . . become a ediairic nurse . . . "a real
crazy gurl" kd, "always guy trough" dem, "perfect sister" gg
AIMEE LAUREN CRAY . . . ecol clb 2,31 class com 3: cf bk a
lhon 37 dt! aide 4 . . . likes - music, laughter and pickles
. . . dislikes - opera, homework and parmesian cheese . , .
"if you can'l lake it with you - don't go!" . . , find happi-
ness in what ever i do . . . "laughs like a seal" cr, "smart as
a bird" pk, "dull lunches" sr, "has a warped locker" nh, "the
best friend anyone could have" rr
INDEX ! 209
ROBERT M. GROVE tkobby, Groves, Groovtyl. . . baseball
27 ski clb: int v'bll . . . likes - girls, sports, movies, cars,
having a good timeand parties . . . dislikesr- homework
.and certain teachers Z . . "you're crazy"-T315 marry a foxy
lady and become a millionaire . . . "uni ue in a very special
way - very good friend" lg, "close and special friend" et,
"always has great parties - a cutie" jp, "just fantastic" ?
CINDY ELLEN CROPPER tCinl . . . likes - small children,
horses, and roller skating . . . dislikes - ice-skating . . . "if
it weren't for the last minute, a lot of things wouldn't Ei!
done" . . . to be happy .and help children and orphans t t
need heir . . . fjtalkativen ss, 'fstubbomlfi ,,:: tes, "a great
friend" g , "rachet5iavv"' gw, "small personjikitliia big heart"
SUSAN ANN HAMILTON tSusieJ . . . bnd 2,37 class sec 27
teacher aide 4 . . . likes beaches, new places, and pay day
. . . dislikes - monday morning . . . "ya know" . , . Col-
lege hound . . . "quiet, out going, boy-crazy" tes, "always
on time, ha" kd, "should we wear barretts?" st
IEFFREY FORTUNE HANBURY Ueffl . . . Mftllll 2,3,41 V
baseball 23,47 Ittrmn clb 2,3,47 powder puff coach 47 h com-
ing captain 47 h coming king 4 . . . likes - chicks, success,
thick steaks, chinese food, "little red vegas" and the "bug"
. . . "whats going down" . . . become an electrical en-
gineer and very wealthy . . . "you have to share home of the
champs!" dk, "my after school lover" dw
MARGARET ELIZABETH HARRIS lMdfg6l . , C0mlI1g float
chrmn 3,47 media clb . . . likes - chicagoisrarties, oxon hill
people, seals and Croft, loves - john . . . iililsesf- Ehony
people, guys always talking about cars, boiling wee ends,
working on h.c. floats . . . "it's onIy" . college bound -
nursin . . . "no school spirit" tz, "always there when
needeg- best friend" cms 1
NANCY IEAN HARRISON . . . ec clb 2,37 drama 3,47 fhs
3,47 nhs 3,47 intr v-bll 47 conf: stnd 47 int clb 27 bike a thon
2,37 . . . likes - reading, a fast paced lifefrrowds, summer,
children watermelon and ocean cit . ...s1f"i'lik -- bein
f V . es 5
broke, meatloaf, nothin to do and evil comments . . . "I
don't mind criticism as long as its outright approval" . . ,
experiment with the learning capacities of pre-school chil-
dren . . . "a crazy, lovable jerk" cr, "never a quiet moment"
ag "she'a . . ,uhh. . . she's, . . uhh , . .,' km
MARY HEAD tMarr Heeeeadl . . . rdng clb'27 fbla 4 . . .
likes - macaroni and cheese, the "butt mobile", loves -
gary . . . dislikes - shorthand homework . . .. "he's so
adorable" , . . become a secretary . . . 'Heal nice" bh
ROBERT HOWARD HEATH tB0bl . . . mt5Ci'1ngi bnd 27 CnCrt
bnd 27 cb clb 37 adv bnd 47 . . . likes - cheryl and friends
. . . dislikes - working on the weekends . . . "you wanna
run?" . . . work for my girlfriends father . . . "the most lov-
able guy i know" cp, "my Iiltle sweetheart" pb
NANCY LYNN HEFLIN . . .mrchng bnd 2,33 coop off exper
3,47 work at library of congress pf! 4 . . -- hiking,
camping, music and guys . . , dislikes -- beitfiaggbored . . .
continue at library of congress . . . "hard unusually
quiet" bm, "quite charming" kb, "nice to tallf1sto"'tt
DOROTHY CATHERINE HENDLH tDodil . . . ecol clb 2,3,
coffee house 37 mrchng bnd 27 wnd ens 3,47 powder puff ftbll
3 . . . likes - music, reading, friendly high . . , dislikes -
hotdogs, howard cosell, country music . . . College bound
. . . "always a good girl" ir, "not as innocent .as she seems"
cp, "the best clairgqet player" rh I
LINDA SUE HENDEIISHOT t"5hort"l . . . mrgijrnouths 47
olitical assem 47 cfibk thon 4 . . . likes - concerts, sittin
back Si relaxing with friends, horseback riding, music, soft
cuddly things . . . dislikes - algebra . . . "0 -pooh" . . .
college-law enforcement . . . "short" co'c, "0 burro
sabe mais que voce . . , as vezes' cc
LISA LEE HERBERTK .'ii' Q . likes - money, cleanliness, and good
HARRY BURKE Hisasin . . . wrstlng 2,3,4 . .ftikes -
women, and more . . . to get my own shop , ,itggggifalways
around" if, "hair bear",kl1, "wrestling freak'f:pc,,,,lQgQi!af per.
son" 1 ' , as,'. '
"fEliEiSA MARIE HIWLEMAN . . . clss com 37 trk . . .
likes - being outside, the mountains, john denvergiand the
clouds . . . islikes - stuck u people and phoney people
. . . "what sunshine means to tiiowers, smiles are tbfhuman-
ity" . . . travel and do somethin for the environment . . .
"UNIV" bd' "funny" eds' "Riff f"ifk" mf'
MARCELLA . . . dislikes
become a steivardess "ver nice iiflwiiitellii ent"
- -,,, jf'-1' - f' ' ' Y. tl S
,sag "one super person" Iam, "fast walking chickf'-rigs
'ROBERT HILL tBobJ . . . wnt waz 37 bsktbli 3,47 iv ftbll 27 v
tennis 2g . . .likes - good music . . . dislikes- bad music
.- . . "what goes around, comes around" . . . be successful
and happy . . . "magician with a basketball" mc, 'fsmooth as
on and off the courgffgsw, "basketball king" cng, "all right
A, HILL Tommy! . . . sccr clb wrstlng
2,32l1aS0ball 253442 cncft choir 27 mdrgls 3,4 . . . likes -
girls, sports , . . dislikes - long practices, and short prac-
tices . . . "whatever" . . . col ege hound . . . "the man
with the shoes" il, "crazy" if "always thinking girls" db
CHERYL LYNNE HILLIARD . . . pom-pomslg gymn Clb, h
,Q6oll.3,47 . . . likes -,oigtachio nuts, mcdonakfs, honest peo-
-f Vikki arlies loves 'hfioft dislikes liver flirts and
.-..' I? ,
7 s"s -'-Summer'princtices,.L1-Lilfiggfifiigfiiittftfs foe" . . . college bouvid -
asm: hygiene . . .7 si, Hmmyepa amy' ci,
Paiways complaining? 7f'worrier" pm
BRIAN GEORGE HUMBLE tBumbleJ . . . cc 3,47 bk thon 27
walk thon . . . likes aerosmith, playing the guitar . . . "aw,
shut-up morisato" . . . electrical engineer . . , "a 41 run-
ner" am L 7 7 ,
t' MATTHEW Husmm. . .ski clhg tennis
. . likes -- ice hockey,-golf, tennis, waterikiinow skiing,
fmusic, things that move! 7 . '. dislikes - homework, weather
between 32-72 degrees--, . . become a rich executive . . .
"tic power!" jrw, "2nd best slap-shot in tantallon" sd
LINDA MARIE HUTT. . . v'bll7 library aide 3,4. . . likes -
being outside, bagels, m's van and shiltz , . . "hey boss!"
. .elementary education
miss nosenr . . . baseball 2,a,4, infra.
vball 4 . . . likes girls, nice people, smiles, more
girls, baseball, long weeicends, outdoors, going out . . . dis-
likes - snobs, etting up early, homework . . . "i dont'
know," "what's Happening" . . . college or work . . . "best
parasite" fsp "dear friend" md, "thanks for being there" dk
EARL INGRAM tBirdfgQ Q . likes - schools grilled cheese
. . . "I rest m case"ig..t-. veterinarian ...- ' fneeds help"
tm, "guilty as c argedn ik
wiluf mcxsom lllitliilheelsl . . . drama clb 4 . . . pfcf
. . . "seeking and finding" mw, "seniority my foot, seni ity
maybe" km, "no modesty' cg
GABRIELLE IACOBS tGobbyl . . . girls vball m r 3,47
baskball mgr 2,3,47 wnt. waz. 2,3,4, hist. 37 morn. mtles tech.
dir. 4 . . . dislikes - silly boys, stupid girls . , "don't get
tyypew' , , . gnupg,gg.-i"trip" as, "always1gthere when
, ,.., ,,krieeded" ts, "sincere,,5,Qg55t5fsyofkerZ' sh
IANDA in . goes no all-ftblg games
. . . dislikes 1- not having enough school 'activities such as
dlancs and trips . . , "saying and doing are two different
t i " . . . carpentry or plumbing . . . "you fool" mri " art-
fulnmigdgern io '
KELILLIAN IIRAU tLillyl . , . drama clb 2,3,41 int?-Clb'27 s 47
looks . . . dislikes - rain, unpolile people . . . h9PPY" KlfiSuCh0fltS,y2fg:Qi1CYL chr 3,4: color . Hikes
. . . secretary' . . Uverv Sweet person, reaIlyf11ice"g mb, ssi i,fi1ig-qgdislikes - . . .
ffquiet, shy"f A fy, . co egeiiiggipediatrician . . '.'i"sweet51g.friendIy
ANNA MARIE HERLIK tAnniel . . . 2rlS v ktfli'2j3:'ski Clb 3,47
porn-poms 47 cpr class 47 library aide 4 . Iike5'- going for
walks in the forsts, parties, just takin' it easy, del . , . be-
come a registered -nurse . . . "my sweetheart" dm, "sexie
annie" ll, "out going, honest, sweet" kw, "great to be
around" dn ' 1
MARY L. HERLIK twezzyl . . . conc stnd 27 grad usher
powder puff ftbll 3,47 ski clb 3,47 pom-poms 4 . . . lilies -
rocky, italians, dancing, eating, being with friends, skiing,
parties, out to eat . . . dislikes - iudgement of people or
groups . . . "i'm hungry" . . . college - nursing . . . "a
nut" kk, "fun to be with" dh, "sIy" ac, Uerazyf' pd
ANDREW R. HERRMANN tAndy, Ralph! . , '. grmn clb v pres
47 tennis tm 2,3,47 intr v'bII 4 . . . likes - tennis, steak,
nancy . . . dislikes - physics, physics, physics, and physics,
. . . "mr. brown, can't you give a straiglgtggf1arxStwer?" . . K.
college - nuclear engineering I if ',-' I ' '
CHRISTOPHER ANDRBN HESEN tChriS, Bar l . . . flul 23,47
baseball 2,3,47 prom co-chmm 47 powder on ftbll coach 3,47
intr v'bll 3,4 . . . likes - joan, good food, cars. money, e., . . ,
become wealthy and have a big family . . . 'tgood kisser" iw,
"midget" kr, "spanish intellect" tk, "the one come kid" cs, "the
little naggern ifh " ' 7
fi'iend" gl, on a show" dw Q-ff A' ii
CYNTHIA ANN IONES tCindyl . . . likes - vacations, cook-
ing,-rock concerts, movies , . . dislikes - liver, unfair peo-
pieghoixsework . . .college, stewardess . . . "accept me as I
amfogly then will wediscover each other" . .. . "constantly
complaining" ch, 'talways smiling" bt, Ualwaysfasking ques-
ll0"'5" i ' 4 - 7
ROBERT EDGAR lONES'iBobbYl . . . golf 2 3 4 . . . likes -
eating,,Sleeping, going to o.i:., traveling, good times . . . dis-
Iikestl had grades, having my coil wire pulled, long school
hours, alarm clocks, being told what to do . . . "hey boy"
. . , "bozo feet" al, "good parxiteu fs
GQSHONNA ELIZABETH iiiihizstttu, Pipil . . . dramattstb 3,4,
show 47 coffeeyyhouselfgy .hcoming court, likes
.,. honesfygjQji1iigin,f stars,
Siiiislime, warmshesidiififiirapiace, glass ofwine to share mr
iisli'iiiger,imr. vann .f .' . . . "a beautiful person,'who
iii terrific friend' i iii E who helped show me the right
way in life and showed metbe light!" ig
DEBORAH CAY IOHNSON tbebbiel . . . intg clb 2,31 fhs
3,47 drama clb 27 bk Bt dnc-a-thon 3,47 intra. kvball 4 . . .
likes -- children, animals, vacations, snow, chocolate, rain-
I- kindness, laughiynggnsmiles, friends. . .diglilies--liver,
. . . "unaware at lunch"
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KELLY LEE KALIN fltikil . . . bskbll 27 int. clb 27 fhs 37 bk 84
dnc-a-thon 2,3,4 . . . likes -- elton john, chocolate, kiki dee,
blue . . . dislikes - speed limits, stingy people, homework
, . . "wouIdn't it be neat if . . ." . . . to be rich and happy
, . . "one of a kind" th, "astrological nut" ch, "honest per-
TIMOTHY SCOTT KALOZ tKAHORTl , . . wnd ens. 2 . . .
likes - friendly, most girls, concerts, mopars, loves -
michelob, doobie brothers , . . dislikes - people with no
common sense, schlitz, no place to go . . . "hey buddy" . . .
"super nice" ls, "good looking, friendly guy" nw
IENNIFER KELLY tlennyl . . . likes - concerts, reading, mys-
teries, snow . . . dislikes - mean body guards . . . " lash"
KIMBERLY GAY KELSEY tKimJ . . . wnt. Wal. 2,3,4 . . . likes
- clothes, do s, music, jewelry, steak, larry . . . dislikes -
meatloaf, wori . . . "are you serious" . . . college . . .
"beautiful smile" mb, "sweet and innocent" Ig, "prettiest
STEPHEN FORREST KENDALL KSteveJ . . . h.r. 2,3,47 pwdr
pff coach 4 . . . likes - food, sports, sleeping, seattle, girls
. . . dislikes - getting up early, trig . . . college . . .
"strange way of thinking" sc, "great, good friend" bm
KATHY-LYNN FRANCIS KERTESZ QNIP-KIEKOJ . . . iv Chrldr
27 sga 27 hrs chorus 27 gym clb 2,31 prom chrmn 47 v chrldr
3,4, capt. 47 pwdr pff 47 clss comm. 2,3,4 . . . likes - smiles,
sunny days, picnics, funny people, my brothers, going out
with the irls, love lav and i love my punk Kmarkl . . . dis-
likes -1- cheerleading practice, math, unfriendly people, bad
talk . . . "come on you guys" . . . college, lawyer . . .
"happy person" mt, "i.l.y." mk
DEBORAH ANN KING CDebbieJ clss sec. 3,42 nhs 3,47 bk 81
dnc-a-thon 37 ski clb 47 oct. stud. of the month 47 clss. comm.
2,3,47 hcomin co-chrmn 4 . . . likes - paul mccartney 81
wings, baseban, listening, movies, being happy, memories, a
certain pumpkin, mike, love , . . executive secretary . . .
"sloe berries!" dk, "great gal, poopy calf" ch, "oldest best
MARY IEAN KING . . . drama clb Z,3,47 math tm 3,47 nhs
pres. 47 fhs 3,47 morn. mths iprog, dim 3,4 . . . loves -
drama, acting: performing . . . likes - musicals, jokes, goofy
people, sang etti, mushrooms, theatre, movies, ice skating
. . . disli es -igynics . ,,.,'fit's better to wear out than to
rust out" . . . ifgollege in dramatics . . . "terrific
teammaten co'c,ggfamazing" rr t
HEATHER LEE KIRCHIRO . . .ski cllg, 2,3,4 , , .likes - bill,
people at the beach, my familly, robert plant, music . . . dis-
ikes - peanut btdter andjel y . . 5"we are not the moon,
but more like tlieikocean audits sieve" . . . college . . .
"cheerful, great pggfgier' ipfggg J . 7-
MEIQANIE cap. rep. z,s,4, ski
clb z,3,4, soc, . . . likes - meeting
people, talking, parties, skiin , snow . . . dislikes -
drugs, hmneworkfltests, pushy peopie . . . "behave" . . .
cotlegela biology . '. . "eyes of spinach" mk, "fun and fun
SHARON ANN KLINE . . ,siiwlwflb 2jlI1l.Clh 27 trk mgr 37
pm pmfs 47 yrbk 47 gdncggiiilejgtii teach. aide 47 bk A dnc-a-
thon 2 . . . loves brianiffggfpgiifl . likes - going out, Paflieif
meeting people, . . dislikes - moody people,
lateqifactices, siiobspriiiiiy days and mondays . . . "love is
flieaigeling yotfifeel when you're about to feel a feeling that
you'iie never felt before" . . . college, sec. or dental hygenist
. . . "very special" bf, "fun to be with" dh, "super friend" sc
PHYLLIS ANN KRANKOWSKI . . . eC. clb 27 clss C0t'Y1t'Tt. 27
off. aide 37 att. aide 4 . . . likes - snow, christmas, smiles,
laughter, watermelon . . . "wishing won't make it well' . . .
to be content . . . Upessimist, but nice" cr, "top brand nut"
DEBRA LYNN KRENTZ iDebJ . . .clss pres. 27 nhs 3, v. pres.
47 v chrldr 3, co-capt. 47 yrbk 47 clss comm. 2,3,47 ski clb 4
. . . likes - weekends, arties, smiling, people, toyotas,
swimming, ocean city twith the girlsl . . . "he's driving me
Craz " . . . "bottoms up" sb, "lark lane is a good place for
sloel1erries" dk, "hello occifer" sg
WILLIAM I. KUCHINSKY CDingleS, Lady Killerl . . . CC 2,3,47
sci. clb 2,37 out. trk 47 sec. 33 2,3,4 . . . likes - being with
friends, cruising, athletics, getting rowdy, rock 'n roll music
. . . dislikes -- hysics projects, pushy people, liars,
homework, inlervaliwork, the word no, uncool people . . .
"well, alright" . . . officer in usaf . . . "from one drafter to
another, you are plain" ird, "always cruising" lc
CHARLOTTE LEE LACHICK ileel , , . rdng clb 3,4 . . . likes
- my fob, areosmith, levi's,"tacos, pizza . . . dislikes -
ihop, being broke . . . "perhips" . . . college, bus. manage-
ment . . . "laughing and fun to be aroun " ct, "beautIful
smile" as, "never a loss for words" ag
IUDITH LYNN LAKE tHey Iude, Udyl . . . gym. 2,3,4, iv
chrldr 2, v chrldr 3,4, sec. treas. 4, nhs treas. 3,4, safety
counsell 3, hr 2,3,4, fhs 4, intra. vball 4 . . . likes - laugh-
ter, smiles, sunshine, happiness, love, life . . . "the sun is
always shining -- you just can't always see it" . . . summer
. . . "fantastic cheerleader" kh, "shoulder to cry on and
cheerful person" cm
KENNITH ALLEN LAMBERT tKennyJ . . . grv. comm., Cc 2,3,
ja . . . likes - hunting, swimming . . . "a man without love
is a man without the will to Iive" . . . college . . . "ambiti-
ous" lw, "alI purpose person" ges, "nice guy to know" to
ROBERT SCOTT LAMBERT lllerll . . . jv ftbl. 2, iv bskbll 2, v
bskbll 3, v ftbl. 3,4, h.r. 2,3,4 . . . likes - food, parties,
friends, loves cheryl . . . dislikes - reading, long waits,
crowds, hassels . . . "sounds good" . . . "a terrific kisser
and a prince forever" ch, "horse legs" sm, "great quarter-
back" pp '
KENNETH WILLIAM LANE lKennyl . . . likes - vomen,
sports, good times . . . "there ain't that much love in this
world" . . . business . . . "tall" pf, "loving" rs, "generous
with money" kk
VERNON EUGENE LANE tGene'o, Wizard, . . . bskbll, trk,
ja . . . likes - people, athletic events, parties . . . "life is
not easy, but to accomplish your goals, you must have faith
and confidence" . . . college . . . "crazy" ts, "nice and
cool" aw, "keyboard genius" dw
hygenist . . . "matchmaker" Id, "i had you first" jl, "good
ARNOLD S. LUCIUS tArniel . . . likes - girls, cars, suzuki,
motorcrosses, mopar, dart swingers, parties . . . dislikes -
fords, homework, getting up to go to school . . . college,
printing, rich . . . "epsanoI inteIigente" gz, "moparkid" mp,
"reading some magazine" jp
IEFFREY A. LUNDREGAN tleff, . . . likes - F.F., parties,
sports, stroh's, music . . . dislikes - v.w.'s, empty re-
frigerators, dentists . . . "you had to be there" . . . incohn
tech., auto mechanics . . . 'tbIitzed" rm, "always absent" th,
IOHN M. MacCALLUM lll . . . flbl 2, trk 2 . . . likes -
money, chevy's, marIboro's, street racing . . . dislikes --
fords, mopars, cops, getting up in the mornin . . . "that's
the b.s. i'm talking about" . . . rich, living in flisrida
RUSSELL TRENT MACURA tRuss, Studl . . . baeball 2,3,4,
soc. clb 4, shs 4 . . . likes - soccer, ocean, clothes, baseball,
brazil, time release, females, miller, rovers, cherie , . . dis-
likes - snobs, mcdonaId's, s.a.t.'s . . . "since teena ers are
too old to do the things kids do and not old enough to do
things adults do, they do things nobody else does" . . .
coach, narcotics agent . . . "sexy Bl great personality" sk,
"class a, stud" fp
BRENDA IEAN MADDOX tlirenl . . . gals 3,4, trk 2,3,4,
vball 2,3,4, bskbll 3,4 . . . likes - sports, outdoors, animals,
eddie . . . dislikes - tests on fridays . . . "hey man", "way
to go" . . . college, teacher . . . "nice to hang around" nh,
"wild, crazy" aw,,:f'reaI turkey" eab
"you'Il understand" Iq, "been through too much together"
IOHN AUSTIN MEERING tlohn Boyl soc. 2,3,4 . . . likes -
shara, soccer, animal life, people, traveling, forei n cars,
motorcycles, clothes . . . "the sky must have a few cimuds, as
the mind a few moods" . . . take life as it comes . . . "easy
going all 'round true friend" ss, "good to look at" db
ROBERT STANLEY MERCADO LMERCJ . . . baseball 2,3,4,
intra. vball 3,4 . . . likes - sports, games . . .loves - bon-
nie . . . dislikes - COIS, certain teachers, green vegetables
. . . "what's happening," "alright" . . . college, pro-baseball
player, marry bonnie smallwood . . . "stud" ta, "the kid" hh
PHILIP MERSE tPhilburstJ . . . likes - steve miller band,
sports, pizza, girls . . . dislikes - homework, grouchy peo-
ple . . . "goa ead" . . . college . . . "slippery" jc
IOSEPH KEVIN MICHALEK tloeyl . . . loves - sarah . . .
likes - munching out at jack in the box, mic . . . "spurs the
economy' . . . to own a '67 vette . . . "pup" ss, "in love"
DEBORAH ANN MILLER tDebbie, Crashl . . . int. clb 2, fhs
3,4, cncrt chr 4, piano accomp. mdrgls 4 . . . likes - sing-
ing, queen, dancing, parties, waterskiing, Bobby . . . dislikes
- homework, car crashes, rainy days . . . "gross" . . . pro-
fessional singer . . . "crazy when driving" bw, "play that
STEVEN I. MILLOY tMiIroyJ . . . in. trk 3,4, out. trk 2,3,4,
swm tm 2, cncrt bnd 2, fhs 4, h.r. 2,3,4, math tm 4, friendly
shuffle 2 . . . likes - discus throwing squad, eat, drink and
. . . , 7' , li be merry . . . dislikes - skits, nerds dittos from mr. walsh,
IAN? LAVEN db 27 5"l5 oulf ,lg . . wnt. waz. 2,3, int. db gg rdng clb 2, lit fglenore . , . 'fnorman is aj w gd entirely by himself",
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,HENRY lAWPKfN'9Fl'lAVfRY tHanlQ P- - Slfi'sll'.flt,i11ttg., MARQIAMNN MANN . . . im. ell, 2,3, pres., bkisedne-s- ,giilly val. iigdislikes-grasgfiilrills.
vball 34 ' ' zhkes' ffm' "'0"eX' WIS' slmns ' 3,4, afs-4, sga del. 4 . . . likes - old movies, . .college "starting to get-,?'bwdy" sl,
- math, english - - A If You HM Wm falff .s--. dislikes- physics, composition, menllays. . . sive" sk 'I iii'iI'i"'ss
become rich r' ,
DEBORAH KAY LAWS tlittle Debbie, Debi . . . bwl. clb 2,
girls bskbll mgr 2, lib. aide 3, stud. aide corp 4 . . . likes -
music, horoscopes, rainy days, meeting people, Iovesbobby
. . .dislikes-being bored, sick. . .falls Il". . .sabsburs
state . . . "always happy," lo, "good friend and bowkrf' sl,
"very quiet person" ps
MARK DAVID LEADMAN tleadl . v baseball Sflzsintra.
vball 4, gym. clb 4 . . . likes 4-skbaseball, girls, cars,
min , traveling, pizza . . . mdflgi' . "sweet", ,gf
me ..,. .. . . . ..
LOGAN D. LEATHERS . . . flbl clb Imzilllfmn clb
4, baseball 2 . . . likes - seafood, foxy irls,
parties . . . dislikes -- fakey . . . "yea soy"
. . . to own a lot of Iarlld 8: start a arm forma and my family
. . . "dedicated", "alive and kicking" sei" ff
DANIEL LEE LEDFORD tHawaiinl . . . likes,-fssurfing, waler
skiing, snow skiing, SCIIIG divingfecars, motorcross, girls,
dooble brothers, s ateboardjng -, disikes - vegas . . .
"sweetheart" ith , W
LINDA MAY LEE t Rinder s" ,3,4, rdng clb 4, clss
comm. 2,3, hir. 2,3,4, A,,,, 'iii . . . likes - rainy
days, traveling, mountains, PEZi'it?indy . . . loves - jason,
sugar, bob . . . dislikes - sybil dorsett's mother, monday
mornin s, zits . . g, "reaIly!" . . .fftvodindgmyself and for once
be tota y happx iisjfalwgys laying on the phone" fs, dds,
GAIL LEWISiif , i ' 3 . . . loves -
kevin brown wiliig iniwoods, music . . . dis-
likes - doilg the L . . "good, better, best never
let it rest till your good is your better and your better is your
bestf' . . . sg., marriage . . . "cute" lam, "crazy" sb
DALE SCOTT LINDER . . . clb 3,4, infra. vball 3,4 . . .
lilies - kiss, pay night, volleyball, sports, jinja
. islikes -- lwer, getting up In the morning . . . college
e" gz, al, "crazy" cb, "sleeps too much" dw
IENiiiifH2y,vNN LOCKAMY tjennyl . . . cone. sl. 3, yrbk
3,4, sga 2, sga del.-at-large 3, sr. ad comm. 4 . . . likes
-french ries, plzza, dh . . . "serious?" . . . college
KATHERINE LOMAKIN tliatjal . . . in. trk 2, swm tm 3, ski
clb 4, lat. clb 3,4, ger. clb 4, pwd. pff ftbl 4. . . likes -
skiing, hiking, camping, dressing up, boogie down . . . dis-
likes - disor anization . . . "smashin " . . . doctor . . .
"best friend" E, "witty, great friend" ddg "pleasantly outspo-
ken, with a lot of class" dw
GWEN ELAINE LONCELY tGweny the Pool . . . cncrt chr
3,4, girls chorus 2 . . . loves - david , . . likes - making
friends, snow, happiness . . . dislikes - arguing, being mad
. . . "i wish david was here" . . . sec., marriage . . . 'tbest
friend 81 wonderful" It, "happy" Is, "beautiful" kat
PAMELA SUE LOVERING lPamJ . . . bwl. Clb 2, drama clb
2, ski clb 4 . . . likes - music, friends, food, concerts, stick
. . . dislikes - arguin , getting up in the mornin . . .loves
- donald . . . "you had to be there" . . . college, dental
shut up karen" . . . medical career . . . 'fm 81 m -fun
to be with" km, "love your burping car" mp
T' ifliTRIclA IEAN MARINO lrally, The Kiddl . . .elss v pres.
2,4, sga del. 2, grv. comm 2,4, cf staff, h.r. 2,3,4, clss pres. 3,
3,4, co-capt., pwd. pff ftbl 3,4, bk 81 dnc.-a-thon
3,4, nhs 4 . . . likes - chocolate chip cookies, dances, plc-
nic, parties, football, class togetherness, phil . . . dislikes -
pom pom practice, rainy days, being rushed . . . "just forget
it" . . . college . . . "hard worker, sweet, lovable, foxy,
down right great" pp, "happy" mt, "old friend" gvs
DOREEN ELIZABETH MARTIN tDoJ . . . Coe 4, cwe 3 .
likes - eagles, john denver, aerosmith, piano, guys, parties,
eggrolls, cars, wings . . . dislikes - elton john , . . "nice
ness" lam, "tears of laughter" seb, "bit of sunsline" gn
CINA MARIE MARTIN . . . coe 4 . . . likes - being with
tom, partying, leon russell, ft. wash . . . dislikes - fights,
stuck up people, jocks . . . "i love tom" . . . gov't sec., mar-
riage . . . "in love" gb, "sweet" sa, "crazyness" Iam
CARL DAVID MASSEY . . . mar. bnd 2,3,4, symph. bnd 3,4,
nbber bnd 2,4, stg. bnd 4, all-state bnd 3 . . . likes - people
who listen and talk, m tuba . . . disliks - had intorlation, sel-
ling subs, drunkarlk, physics, fonzie t-slirts, peer pressure, disco
mI5lC, psclnsionists with no rhythm . . . "i can't decide" . . .
show Harvey P. up in tuba duel . . . "crazY' tio, "my brother" jl
IEFFREY HARRISON MAUCHN . . . wrstlng 4 . . . dislikes
- smokers, grits . . . black belt judo Bl karate . . . "cool,
nice" ji, "enjoyable to talk to" cd, "quiet" cm
IACQUELINE MAXWELL tjackiel . . . maj. 2,3, hcoming
comm 2,3 . . . likes - traveling, working with kids, sewing,
painting, friends, sports, dudes . . . "tor reaI" . . . colle e,
pediatrician, nurse . . . "nice" sw, "short and sweet" ig,
"warm hearted" bs, "good friend" ts
WALTER ANTHONY McCLURE tTony, Mahuneyl . . . likes
- working on cars, motorcycling, partying, bad company,
mopars, budweiser . . . dislikes - chevy's . . . "for sure"
. . . college, to be a millionare
DOUGLAS IAY MCCOLLUM . . . mar. bnd 2,3,4, fhs 3,4, ia
3,4, math tm 4 . . . likes - renault dauphine deluxes, rus-
sian dressing . . . dislikes -jimmy carter, red snow . . .
"want to buy a p-s-y-c-h-e-I-i-t-el" . . . mech. eng. or doctor
. . . "always selling something" cn
KAREN ELIZABETH MCCREADY . . . drama clb 2,3,4, bk Bl
dnc.-a-thon 2,3,4, int. clb 2, pwd. pff ftbl 3, fhs 3,4, hcoming
comm. 3, french play 4 . . . likes - pizza, sports, acting
. . . dislikes - monday mornin , homework . . . "you once
had an idea, but it died of lfmnelinessu . . . u of north
carolina, medical tech . . . "crazy and a best-friend" dj, "a
laugh and Va" mm, "great helper" np
CAROL ANN MEACHUM tlSKRAl . . . jv chrldr 2, girls trk 2,
sga del 2, interaction line nwspr 2, wnd ens. 2, bnd council
2,3, clss treas. 3,4, v chrldr 3, s mph. bnd 3, pwd. pff ftbl 3,
ski clb 4, sga advisor, intra. vballcapt. 4, h.r. 2,3,4 . . . loves
- life and living . . . likes - honesty, smiling, world of
change, peace, freedom of hope . . . dislikes - cages, not
being accepted for yourself, times of pressure . . . "i don't
understand" . . . college , . . "visIt a.a. together" mk
LINDA ANN MOREY tlindanessh . . . likes - tom, rolling
stones , . . "funkness" . . . stewardess . . . "understand-
ing" sc, "good personality" sg, "sweet" mh A
STEPHEN MORGAN tDeIJ . . . ski clb 2,4 . . .:13IiI6es,- an
nie, tight dresses, long slender leg, long straight- hair . . .
dislikes - algebra, english . . . "hey babe wanfaget lucky"
. . . Optometrist . . . "wink" kk, "charming teeth" tz, "mr.
lamw pm I
ALAN I. MORISATO tAll . . . ec. clbigg, bk St
dnc.-a-thon 3 . . . likes - money .
r.k .... "you on drugs" . . . academy, a.f.r.o.t.cZ'ii'u"fS
"burnout" bh, "wards best employeef' the
trk 2, gals 2,3,4, hcoming rincess 2, kkhi ,egg Q'
baby blue, outdoors . . . lloves If
friendly people, white shoulders, black h -'I
"gees oh flip" colle e nurse L "true' 5 rs, dal
GEORGETTE MOUNTAIN lG00t'SCl f... . v,glglllgg,3,4,
ways around WITCHII need d K i li" Ib, "uni smile"
bjh T sfi .
MARY PATRICIA MUNsoN 3, . . .
like - School - - - i". .tiff its "thai
takesIthe.cake" - - -
welrd dr consider fvrkm
SEAN LEE MURPHY tMurphJ . . . sga del. 2, v ftbl. 2,3,4, trk.
2,3,4, wrstlng 2,3, clb 2,3 4, nhs 3,4 . . . likes -
sports, P3flIC5,31'ig?zQi , .f . . dislikes - has-
5el5f l'3"S0V9l'9E3,.- ...' .Q doll baby" ll, "h0P-J'
l0'18" CII, Sl, ,queen bee lover" sb
LAURIE ANN NAPlER'bi2g'.,-tilfilli paws 3, fhs 3, eff. aide 3, sn.
aide 3, sec. aide 3 .W . . macaroni 81 cheese,
rain when suns out, sm books . . . dislikes -
dishonest people, clams, getting up early, people who are late
. . . "take it easy" . . . marriage . . . "best friend" lc, "her
ownself" ah, "cute" th ,V
WANDA , ,1.: NELSON. . sf cartoonist . . . "nice and
quiet" vggjl w
0swALD NEWSOME moz, The Wizard, . . .
wrstlng 2, stg. bnd 4 . . .likes - cool people . . . dislikes -
burnouts, people giving me hard times . . . f' ettin' off" . . .
shock the nation . . . "like a cancer" jm, "loves to party",
'ffuture rock star"
DIANE SUE NISKANEN . . . ski clb 2,4, pm pm's 3,4, swm
tm 2 . . . likes - chocolate milkshakes, friendly people,
beaches . . . dislikes - math homework, unhappy people
. . . "oh yea" . . . college . . . "sweet dl innocent, some-
times" dds, "my best friend" sb, "old Sl good friend" bj
CHRISTOPHER O'CONNER lOc0, Chrisl . . . int. clb 2,3,
drama clb 2,3,4, morn. mths 3,4, conc. st. 2,3,4, mdrgls 3,4,
fhs 3,4, ec. clb 3, s a record store 2, intra. vball 3,4, thesb.
2,3,4 . . . likes - theatre, outdoors, music, friendships . . .
dislikes - false personalities, ego tri , people who won't be
open with me . . . "to thine own selisbe true" . . . success-
ful actor . . . "dependable" jr, "outing" pc, "unforgettable"
MARY IANE O'LOUGHLIN tM.l., Ma'y janei . . . drama clb
2,3,47 fhs 3,47 cncrt choir 47 conc. st. 3,47 yrbk cover 47 v
pres. drama clb 47 dir. of sr. play 47 french play 47 intra. vball
3,47 thesb. 4 . . . likes - anything to do with theatre,
chicago, scuba diving, paris . . . dislikes - cigarette smok-
ing, girls who act silly, cliques . . . "really, right after this i'll
shut up" . . . to become a well loved, successful actress . . .
"high strung, very imaginative 8 lots of fun, down to earth"
yb, "talented, funny, great" km
TONYA LYNNE OKSA tStretchJ . . . pep clb sec. 27 int. clb
27 fhs v pres. 3,4f sga del. 3,47 nhs 3,47 intra. vball 4 . . .
likes - blair, pizza, outdoors, people, softball, soft rock,
music, spring days . . . dislikes - people with no common
sense, snails . . . "smile - everyone will wonder what
you're up to" . . . college . . . Hpolite St dedicated" des,
"hard worker" sk, "radiant smile" ap
JOE BRANTLEY OWENS II tMonkey Footl . . . likes - girls
. . , dislikes - class . . . "i'm innocent until proven guilty"
. . . to enjoy life . . . Hforever keeps me laughing" lc, "well
LINDA LEE OWENS llynnel . . . drama clb 27 gym. clb 2,37
pwd. pff 37 clss comm. 2,3,4 . . . likes - friendly people,
fireplaces, part ing, cold nights. . . loves - de . . . dislikes
- snobs, goodbyes . . . "whatever turns you on" . . . col-
lege . . . "always happy" je, "great personality" dl, "nice to
ta to" fs
NINA IRMELI PARKKOLA. . . drama clb 47 fshn show 47 afs
clb 47 conc. st. 4 . . . likes - food, traveling, drama, to live
and know that everyday is different and that i am not going
to ruin it with dislikes . . . "uhhhZ" . . . a job meeting peo-
ple, visit usa again . . . "sweet, intelligent, good friend" km,
"a true finn" kat, "neat accent" da -7
TIM PARSONS . . . h.r. 2,3,47 cc 37 sci. clb 27 fhs 47 nwspr
stff 3,4 . . . likes - conversation, sleeping, imperfection,
people who are themselves, forei n cars . . . dislikes + un-
known, literary genre, cars with Eunny noises, rumorshstub-
borness, optimism . . . "life is a jokej-gwe laugh so haccliat it
that sometimes. we cry" . . . iouiioitlist, film
"witty writer" 'tes, "perpetual smile" ds, "true pleasure
knowing you" co'c '
PHILIP WARREN PARTEN tPltiIi . . . v ftbl 2,3,47 trk 27 Clss
rep. 27 baseball 3,47 pwd. pff coach 37 graduation . . . likes
- a red headed italian tpattyi, music, art, fun, football,
friends . . . dislikes - smitty blaster, bloody noses, peas, gas
guzzling cars . . . "alright", "dynomite" . . . college, com-
mercial artist . . . "my kinda uy" pm, "one of my best
friends" dh, "best friend definitely" Cs
GRAHAM BRACKENRIDGE PEAKE tCrackerSJ . . , likes -
beautiful girls, living, money, computers . . . "you can't keep
a good man down" , . . ruler of the world . . . "what a
ANNA LEA PEEL tBananai . . , girls trk 2,37 cc 37 sga del.
3,47 bk St danc.-a-thon co-chrmn 3,47 intra. vball 47 helped with
s cial olympics . . . likes - chicago, jim croce, people,
sleeeping late, fla., outdoors . . . dislikes - insincere people,
physics projects . . . "bananas" . . . oceanographer in fla
. , . "hardworking inner heart on any organization" yb,
"crazy" dl, "always there, dependable" js
MICHAEL RAY PERKINS tPerkJ . . . likes - racing, building
cars, basketball, weight lifting, ice skating, boxing . . . suc-
cessful . . . "crazy leader" cw, "great cook 81 dishwasher" li,
"wild, cool" dh
ROLAND GENE PERRY tSticls, Starskyi . . . wnd ens. 2,37
stg. bnd 2,37 cc 3,4 . . . likes - cute women with short hair,
chick corea, "average white boys", stereos . . . dislikes -
typing I . . . "cute, very cute" . . . college, lapd . . .
"sucker for a pretty face" dc, "falls in love loo easy" gp, bt,
ka, dc, "cold turkey, high strung, lacks confidence" yb, "i
understand you, but it hurts" fs
MARA LYNNE PERSELAY . . . int. clb 2,32 shs 47 intra. vball
47 h.r. 2,3,47 bk-a-thon 3,4 . . . likes -- people, hot fudge
sundaes, beach, laughing, old movies . . . dislikes - getting
up early, word problems . . . "what am igonna do?" . . .
college . . . "short" km, "remember margarita?" ac, "good
cupcake maker" cb
SUSAN IILLICE PETERSON, Uill, Fliccai . . . iv chrldr 27 sga
27 spanish clh 27 bnd 2,31 drama 2,37 ftbl v chrldr 37 pm pm's
47 ski clb 47 stud. action for education 2 . . . likes -- french
fries, talking to rg and cw . . . dislikes - people who lie,
diets, arguments at pom pom practice, girls who flirt, shorle
hand homework . . . "serious biz" . . . "great friend you
can always talk td' llj, "close St pretty friend" rg, "rotten
7 gicnnzvt jcne-spins. . . ini. ctagggggs. drama db 3,47 mm
ifltoir 3,47 ecfiellii12Q3- . . . myfriends . . .
dislikes -- . . . "greatQ-listener" jr, "best sister"
kw, "best wife"'rh A
STEPHEN IOSEPH PRICE . . . ini. clb 27 Swm tm 3,47 shs 47
intra. vball 3,4 . . . likes - swimming, football, basketball,
working . . . dislikes -filling outapplications . . . "a little
-learning is a darigei-ous thing" gg.. SCll00lf b0iCll'bUmb
.. . Hgoodysensgtzziifillumor, enioigsiillifeff-jl, "always cheers
lyou up" cs, "tripffiEka ' H I
WENDY PRICE . . . loves pat . . . commercial artist
zigf INDEX A
VIVIAN LENORA PRITCHETT tVeeJ . . . intra. vball 47 rdng.
clb 37 wnt. waz. 27 gym. clb 3 . . . likes - shopping, tennis,
swimming, singing, traveling, meetin people . . . dislikes -
disrespect, eating, boredom . . . to help others and improve
myself . . . Utrue friend" jm, "nice" nd, "cute" ma
IOYCE PATRICIA PROM . . . Ski clb 3,4 . . . likes - Skiing,
snow . . . college . . . "friendly" ag, "happy, sweet" gl,
"long live skiing" dl, "trusting" jl
KEVIN jEROME PROCTOR . . . wnt. Wal. 2,3 . . . likes -
people getting along, sports, dancing, girls, girls, girls . . .
dislikes - strict rules . . . "it ain't nuttin' but a party" . . .
computer tech., prog., electrician . . . "fresh" ts, "together
dude" bm, "handsome" jm
FRANCES T. PULLIAM tFrannyt . . . baseball mgr 3,47 pm
pm's 47 yrbk 3, bus. mgr 47 gdnc. aide 37 off. aide 3 . . . likes
- tommy, being alone at times doing what i please . . .
dislikes - jealous girls, people who try to tell me what to do
. . . "good job" . . . college, accounting . . . "different,
crazy, un" wh, "loveable" kr, "friendly St unpredictable" sk
wmv THOMAS QUICK tzofmp . . . cncrt bnd 2, wnd ensi.
3,47 mrchng bnd 2,37 intra. vball 4 . . . likes - flying,
certs, parties, girls, fun, uh, you know . . . dislikes -I1
grade gram. and comp. . . . "what it is" . . . college, coniyigf'
mercia airline 'pilot . . . "love those eyes" db, "little bite ofifg
heaven on eart " cm, "life of every party" eg
FORTUNATA PAMELA QUIRANTE lPamJ . . . likes - meet-
in people bob, talkin dislikes - figlgtiri .. . . "no
Luke? Iz, .19.j.'marriage,. . . "neveridown'gmb, 'flove
er always" db, Hmatchritti er" rs, "getting married?" bd
DONNA MARIE RADER tPeanuti . . . Cncrt Chr 2,47 h.r.
2,3,47 pm pms 3,47 pwdr pff 47 stdnt aide7 con. enroll. 4 . . .
likes - parties, heroburgers, animals, lawrence . . . dislikes
- phoney people, salt . . . "hi babes" . . . to be an elemen-
tary teac er . . . "true friend" ts, "a friend who's always
thereffmr, "a nice person to be with" bm
MARY KATHRYN RATIGAN tMary Kayj , . . pep clb 27 pm
pms 3,47 h.r. 2,3,47 swm tm 27 pwdr pff ftbll 3,4 . . . likes -
pizza, guys, my tigar, my doggy dutches, french fries . . .
dislikes - people who are snobby, rain, report cards . . .
"solid", "oh yea" . . . to study medicine . . . "always laugh-
ing, talking, and buying large french fries" llj, "never sits
IAMES ANDREW RAUEN tjimmy, 'Raven'i . . . cncrt chr
2,3,47 mdrgls 47 flctns 2,3,47 int. clb 2 . . . likes - music,
girls, driving, drinking, close friends . . . dislikes - little
kids, most teachers, square people, being broke . . . "today
is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday - now you
know why" . . . to study law . . . "a nice but dirty guy" am,
"a real go get-her" se
DANIEL S. REDMOND t'DanieI'Boone7 . . . ski clb 47 intra.
v-bll 4 . . . likes -- beaches, females, water skiing, friends
. . . dislikes - uncool people, cold . . . "he's hell when he's
well, too bad he's a sickly lad" . . . to be one's own boss and
be happy . . . "a happy head" jds, "bright, enthusiastic,
and intel igent" bf ,
RAYMOND MIKE RENERO tFr0J . . . C.C. 2,3,47 out. trck
2,3,4 . . . likes - marvin vann, mr. meehan . . . "neat
case", "you squirrel", "fool" . . . to be a k-9 officer in the
a.f. . . . "always talking" ts
CARMEN ILSE B. RICKETTS . . . eclgy clb 2,37 f.h.s. 3,47 c.f.
bikc-a-thon 3,47 pwdr pff ft'bll 3,4 . . . likes - pizza, sleep,
outdoors, camping, music . . . dislikes - essays, homework,
drases, boring c asses . . . "what a jerk" . . . travel to
europe and be a social worker . . . "never a nice word" pk,
"crazy, but nice" jv, "forever hungry" ag
RHONDA LEE RIGHTER . . . eclgy clb 2,37 drama Clb. 2,3,47
h.s. 3,47 f.h.s.7 math tm 3,47 intra. v'bII 3,47 sga 47 thsbns 4
, . . likes - smiles, snow,fdancing, ice-cream, seeing a new
point of view . . . "life is like a popsicle just when you think
it's getting good, yiou get a splinter in your tongue" . . . no
comment . . . "s e's interesting" tb, "air of innocence" er,
"excruciatingIy neat" sr
KEITH FORRESTER ROGERS tHaneyl . . . ft'bll 2,3,47 in. trck
37 out. trck 2,3,47 wrstling 47 yrbk 4 . . . likes - blondes,
long legs, short shorts, parties . . . dislikes - bad passes,
losin runny noses . . . "i'll see you in the future" . . . col-
lege Elound . . . "a super guy" mkr, "some kinda hunk" fp
KENNETH ADAMS ROLFE tKenJ . . . j.v. basebll 27 intra.
v'bll 4 . . . likes - women . . . dislikes - people who are
stuck on themselves . . . make a million then live it up . . .
"good looking and great personality" ld, "sincere" js, "cool
MARY LOUISE RUSSELL . . . h.r. 2,3,47 inter. clb 37 shs 47
stdnt aide 47 intra. v'bII 47 pwdr pff ftbll 4 . . . likes -
mcdonald's french fries, night football games, movies . . .
dislikes - crabs, phoney people . . . "what's the matter?f'
. . . major in education . . . "friendly person" bd, "pretty
eyes" jc, "a close friend who helps me out" cd
DEBRA BERNESE SALES tDebbiei . . , Wm- Wal- 2,2 v'bll 2,37
j.a. 3 . . . likes - movies, pizza, slow records, love stories
. . .dislikes-jive people, beets. . . "i'm telling you" . . .
college bound . . . "shorty" ei, "patient, compre ensive, en-
joyable, sincere" pf
CAROLYN IOAN SANDERS tBilliei . . . wnt. waz . . . likes
- music, people . . . dislikes - squash, phoney people . . .
"to love and be loved in return" . . . musician or model . . .
"dresses excellently" ee, "trip" aw
LISA GRACE 'SARANILLAS tleelee, Lee-balli . . . likes -
guitar, dance, radio . . . "sunshine always" . . . music busi-
ness . . . "nice and funny girl" mh, "crazy" sg, "what a ta,
ta, talker" lam
SANDRA LEE SCHAEFFER tSandy, Samj . . . l.brry aide 27
bwlng clb 27 stdnt teacher at rose valley elem. 47 . . . -
eagles, guys, friends, winter, gin fizzes . . . dislikes -irain,
being bored . . . "why?", "no-no-no", "quit" . . . college
bound . . . Hindecisive, talkative, distracting" tes, "good
friend" sb, "quite" sb
LOUISE EMMI SCHEIMAN 4Boo,'l.ouJ . . . dislikes -the at-
titudes cast upon women . . . "i know too much to go back
and pretend" . . . own land in the mountains and study na-
ture . . . "likes to party" td, "has her head together" pd
DAVE DALE SCHUMAKER . . . likes -- parties, girls,
music, football games . . . dislikes - haircuts, worltyiboring
classes . . . "don't judge a person unless you walked a mile
in their shoes" . . . a carpenter in n.y.
SEAN MORGANQSCOTI' . . . 2,3,4f drma clb 2,3,47
sga 37 nhs 4: ores. of shs 47fca+ifiihd mrt stdnt7 v'bII mgr 3
. . . like - pullover sweaters, shirts, levi's . . .dislikes -
temporaris . . ..-"really", "i'm roovin' " . . . to go smith
college . . . "always frank" Ig, "laughy" ds, "dominant" ka
SHANDA LYNN SCOTT . . . gymn. 27 del. 2 . . . likes -
ronnie . . . dislikes - school . . . 'tsince i got married, life is
a picnic - my wife uses paper plates" . . . fashion - cos-
metology . . . "takes life in a stride" jm, "has a reason to
IEANNE LYNN SEARS . . . rdny clb 2,3, pres. 47 drm. clb
2,3,47 nwspr 2,4, ed. 37 scnc. fair 2 . . . likes - animals
esneciall horses, colorado, camping . . . to raise animals on
a orse fbrm, write, sculpter . . . "my other half" mk, "tal-
ented" rr, "dependable" ldb
DEBORAH DENISE SEDILLO tDebJ . . . clss hstrn 2,3,47 pm
pms 3, capt. 47 shs 47 pwdr pff ft'bll 3,47 clss comm. 2,3,4
. . . likes - steve, pandas, true friends, vacations, games
. . . dislikes - rainy mondays, tests, two-faced people . . .
"Iittle things console us 'cos little afflict us" . . . college, law
school, marriage . . . "best talker, crazy" fs, "stubborn" kk,
"super hyperactive" ch
LAVERNE ANN SEKELY . . . v'bll 37 h'coming chrm 4 . . .
likes - snow, chicago, j. and k., paul . . . "ya know?" . . .
executive secretary . . . "we sure dislike cheerleaders, huh?"
dk, "little mother" dw, "your laugh kills me" ges
CARMEN MARY SEVERT . . . clss comm 2,31 sga 37 bike-a-
thon . . . likes - swim, bike rides, ice skates, parties, con-
certs . . . dislikes -- gossip . . . major in fashion designin
and merchandising . . . "very easy to talk to" sb, Ubeautifui
EDA SEVIN 171 . . . v'bll 3,47 bsktbll 37 gymn. clb 2,3,4 . . .
likes - to get rowdy, tacos, this day, macaroni and cheese
. dislikes - fakey people, fruitcake . . . "always be
happy" . . . to open up a gymnastic studio . . . "likes to
imitate horses" kk, "fun person to talk to" fs, "weird, like me
-- but a great friend" km 7
STEPHEN BERNARD SHANAHAN QSICVE, Sbbie Ii . . .
ft'bll 2,3 . . . likes - colleen, football, parties, money, vaca-
tions, trips . . . dislikes - homework, no money . . . "how
ya doin' fellas?" . . . college to study business . . .
"hey fellas" lg, "cool" dm ,g,gg1,,,
MARGARET MARIE SHAMLA tl'eggyJ . . . drma clb . . .
likes - tv, outdoors . . . dislikes - homework . . . "today
is the first day of the rest of your life" . . . a medical career
. . . "bonjour" ac, "my chemistry accomplice" mp
dude" gk . ,,.- 7,
s-f'. -- - K'ff-fQ5gg5fQlgfQQlgfIflMOTHY IAMES SHEARER . . . bsktbll 27
aide gltfbll 3,471 2,a,4 .. partieszghatsliellt. . . dislikes - we
c.f. 37 ski clb-gstiisiiiitrag ifblt 4- Iawr- . . . cottegeind law
ISIESLSOI ,gl0omyfays,p es...c ege ou ' , , A
kt.d1'g:i-ggtzta cd, "a crazvf teasin8 Person, lots of fun 52235 7 ' LllgaigggidglitigfgiE3nC2:I1gie2g3,gelnSIg
, -. . who are themselves, talking . . . dislikes - goodbyes, mush-
. ,i1g..35gff,5.. K K H ii,-wing, .two-facedgfpeople, taxis, sharks . . . "the deepest
SHIRA LYNN RUBINSTEIN tL'il Messy! 2,37 ,',' ts alwayssaio in silence", "if you really want to un-
intra. clb 27 orch. 2,3,4 . . . likes -- heliurriiiligilltions, meflpltiasitvghear what i'm not' saying, what i may
being sloppy . . . dislikes -doing physics projects, be'ablefftofisay" . . . College bound . . . "my best
cleaning my notebook- . . to teach elementary school or
specialed . . . "sloppy, very sloppy" cr, "the gentle lamb"
cg, "a total mms' aa
friend" dds, "a great talker" bt, "We both lost our best
friendships but gained one" tw, fthe only 'kosher' girl i
RICHARD A. SIEGERT lDiCki . . . n.h.s. 4 . . .likes- water
skiing, parties, e.w.f. . . . to be satisfied with my occupation
, . . "w" sb,7"cante..orI, dick"- dk
ARTHUR EDWARD SIEGEL tArtiei . . . c.f. 2 . . . likes -
joan . . . dislikes - i.r.s ,... college bound . . . "crazy
artief' C-IW, "my sweet heart" as, "a great guy" tm
.-:ef .i 1
SIMS tceem . . . wnt waz 2,347 f.h.s. 47
- pep clb 2, con. enrll. 4 . . . likes golng places,
fpeople, music, dancing . . . dislikes - false people
A real", "forget il", "nothing" . . . to be a general
Q orcflediatrician . , , "young" as, "a great friend"
77 ,kkh,h 1 and party partner" ew
SINCLAIR tCassanovai. . .c.b. clb 4. . .likes
concerts, parties, sleep . . . dislikes -
hers, etc. . . . "solid", "keep on trucking" . .
'37 :,- sleeping" ka, "hard partler al
DELOSE SINGLETON fAngie baby lizard tongue?
f--- gl.. .. . . . .
frlendly, football, my fanitly, mis. williams, life
talkers, r s , slmple people, expectations
K KK Kei , - 7
'i'm not here to lieevp your expectations, you re not here to
live up to mine" . . K. to open up my own childrens day care
center . . . "sweet, fun, wild" gl, "cold turkey" rc, "baffles
K wins msfff "1f"4t"f"' 7
SNA ii K' I workin with eo-
'iw A iii I '- - flir
K ple, having fun . 'tlet it to be agnurse .
"funny, always in a good mood' lt, "snappy" lc
TAMMY ANITA SNEED treachesi.. . . likes fftllvlhes, par-
gis, dudes Shogtave' their! tqethg . ...
" 77oney peo ew opreten tdiiij your en "i was
to'home" . . ,jto succeed infafiflativer field ilfhoose . . .
"loves to be seen"'gt, "spends timeivery wiselyffddt
DANA LYNN SPENCE . . . f.b.l.a. 4 treas . . . likes - fam-
ily, friends, all aniinds . . . either work with children or be a
IC :AMES STEPHENSON Gfiphl. . .bsktbll 2,3,47in.h.s.
3 47 f.h.s. 3,47 h.r. 2,3,4 . . . likes - bxketball, music . . .
"love binds all things together" . . . college bound and to
enjoy a peaceful life . . . "bob cousy" gvs, "all-met" sg, "my
favorite bb playeg and close friegjdu sp
RUTH STEVENS fRutItyj . . . bskibll 27 drma clb 2,3,47 Cltrs 2
. . . likes -- art, writing, pianopcats, sports, rainy days . . .
dislikes - busywork, wash. d.c,,.iraffic . . . "a close friend is
a present you giive yourself" .77. . to attend u.s.v. with a
major in artlfas . "patient, friendly, thoughtfulf' tes,
"hardworking" lpjinbeushes teettj in the bathroom" km 77
LINDA JEAN STILB tlinderl . . Llikes - long walks, wdking
inthe rain, embroidery . . . dislikes -littering . . . "touch
his own" . . .to live on 100 acres of land with friends.. . .
"beautiful personffjt, "very sensitive" th, "high on life"'t0
GREGORY EDWARDSTOLARZ . . clss comm 4 . . . likes
-- music, people, travel, food, eicotic places . . . "there's no
need to it huffx' . . . to manage a hotel in hawaii . . .
uhardwor 'ng an a crazy PBYSOIY' mkr, "good piano player"
'MS' "P""""' if 217
IAMES . . . - gwdiiiines, smiling,
faces . . . dislikes -4 working bn holidays and saturdays,
meatloaf . . . "heIp'f . . . "complains about typing" kk,
"always kidding around and fun at formats" pq K
sTRAck tChrisJ . . .ft'bll 2,3,-gin.
clb 37 pff ft'bII coach 3,4 . . . likes -par-
money, going out, maryann, crackers, soda . . .
-- footbad practices, getting up, tuna-fish . . . col-
legbound . . . 'tmy favorite person" ml, "to another red
head" pm, "a cragy dude to hang around with" pp
RICHARD PAUESTRATFORD tRickJ . . . ft'bll mgr 3,4 . . .
likes - football, ocean, california, girls, parties, music,
camaros . . . dislikes - school, getting up in the morning
. . . "not even" . . . college and law enforcement . . .
"parties good" sf, "only on weekends" gm, "blown away" Ib,
"real nice guy, makes attempts to get to know a person" mk
RENEE STROUD Qawsl . . . wnt. waz. v. pres. 37 clss del.
3,47 Saff drma clbi. . . likes - social studies, english, writ-
ing, solitude, eating, talking, parties . . . dislikes - boring
people, math, chemistry, peas, cold weather, strenuous activ-
ity . . . Nga' ahead" . . . college bound to study journalism
. . . "aIwa ther?" sh, "beautiful lady, very nice" mb,
TANIA EVE STUECKLEN lGirlie, Tangerine, linglesl . . .
intra. v'bll 47 recrd. cnsrt 47 adv. orch. 4 . . . likes - music,
flute, utah, large crowds, all my friends . . . dislikes - smok-
ing, drinking, jocks, snobs . . . "never again" . . . to major
in music at brigham young university . . . "i1uite, Iikeable"
rs, "gullible" ss, "honest, sincere" ks, "music over" sh
DOROTHY IEANNE SUHR tleanne, Blondie! . . . cnct bnd
2,47 wnd ens. 3,47 mrch bnd 2,47 orch. 47 cncrt chr 37 dnna
clb 47 sga 47 cystic fibrosis 3,47 a.f.s. 47 out. trck 2 . . . likes
- music, guys, laughing, being crazy, drama . . . dislikes --
people who judge without knowing, havin things i say inter-
rted wrong . . . "i don't get it" . . . college ound and to
like on a farm . . . "kind to her webfooted friends" jrw,
"my confusing counterpart" jls
DENISE ELYN SUMMERS . . . f.h.s. 3,47 intra. v'bIl 3,47 ski
clb 47 pwdr pff 3: c.f. comm. 4 . . . likes - happy friendly
people, hiking, camping, beach, roller skating, popcorn,
chicago . . . college bound and lo create an u.n. youth
council . . . "popcornahoIic" da, Usarcastically silly" ch,
"always happy" mb
KAREN LYNN SZWED tMechiei . . . coe 4 . . .likes - mus-
tard on french fries, eople, parties, good times, tommy . . .
dislikes - people wlio are phoney, drinein parties, people
who hurt people on purpose . . . Ucute, real cute" . . . col-
lege to study business . . . "out for a good time" ps, "always
getting into trouble" tc, "g.o. buddy" jh
STEPHEN SCOT TACKISH fTacki , . . lt'bII 2,3,47 trck 2,3,47
wrstlng 47 lttrmns clb 3, v. pres. 4 . . .likes - debb s., ath-
letics, outdoors, pom-poms, parties . . . dislikes - people
who think they are better than anyelse . . . "ok, i know you
hate me" . . . to be successful . . . "all-world" se, "my
LYNDA LEE TALBOT tlyniei . . . likes - parties, meeting
people, clothes, steve . . . dislikes - grumby people . . . "i
can't wait until i'm 18" . . . to be married and a secretary
. . . "crazy" dd, "has boy problems every other week" rs,
"my friend, linda lovelace" dp
LANA THOMPSON . . . clss comm . . . likes - waterskiing,
swimming, talking on the phone . . . "ask me if i care" . . .
to become a teacher . . . "sweet and always your friend" ds,
'fheerful and always happy" bb, "good talker and listener"
TARA GWYNNE THOMPSON Clara TJ . . . clss fnd raiser 47
pm-pms 3, It. 47 yrbk 3,42 pwdr pff ft'bll 47 gymn. clb 2,3,4
. . . likes - perfume, good times, murphy, food . . . dislikes
- wasting time . . . "mur hy" . . . to get rich fast . . .
"get's exclted easy" sl, "reallJy goofy" mt
DIANA R. THORNE CD1 . . . clss comm. . . . likes - being
,with friends,..ocean, partying, pintos . . . dislikes - pushy
. . . "what can i say" . . . to work
Q . bd, "always at a party" dg, "always
IOHN RICHARD TILCH lRicItl . . ,ft'bII 3,4 . . . likes - ka-
ren, fords, yago . . . diiikes -- chev s, two-faced people
. . . "how ya oin' " . . bound. . . jtdrives a mean
ford" pp, "rough dude"i 1'1--- K f K
MARY cARoL rILcH tKaroJi .I . . likes - guys . . . dislikes
- guys from friendly . . . "hit il" . . . Secretary . . . "al-
ways partying" bd
CYNTHIA LYNN TILGHMAN tcimiyi . . . Hep clb 2,3 . .
likes -- bowling, work, bad co., tacos, richard . . . dislikes 'K
phoniness in people . . . college bound to be an accountant
. . , "always happy" lb, "mine" rc, "always mocking
WILLIAM FREDRICK TIMMONS KBIIID . . . golf lm 2,3,47
f.h.s. 3,4 . . . likes - playing golf, listening to music, montye
python . . . dislikes -- gfettmg up early . . . "and now for
something completely di erent, a man with three buttocks"
. . . college bound and law school . . . "always eats my
lunch - pIggy" ts, "intelligent and humorous" jr
DAVID R. TOLSON QD! . . . wnt waz 4 . . . likes - money,
women, clothes, watches, modeling, dancing . . . "only ac-
cept average, only if you worked your butt off for it" . . .
architect . . . "nice-looking dude" ls, "cute but wild" kk
MARYANN THERESA TOMSKY tMerni . . . ski clb 2,3,47
pm-pn: 3, It. 47 pwdr pff ft'bII 3,47 trck mgr. 27 h.r. 2,3,4,
n.h.s. 4 . . . likes - tacos, parties, diamonds, laughing,
shopping, going out with the girls . . . dislikes - liver, phys-
ics, pom pom practices, getting up in the morning . . . "i
don't understand" . . . college bound to study psychology
. . . "always the last to understand" dds, "lovable" cs,
"mother mem" pm
SHARON DEANNE TREASE . . . bwlng clb 27 m pms 3, It.
47 n.h.s. 3,47 ski clb 47 intra. v'bII 47 sga 37 yrbk 3 . , . likes
- campin arties, friendly spirit, my camero, oscars skiing,
tom . . . dislikes - physics projects . . . "oh, my gosh" "but
. . . . . college bound . . . "always smiling and in good
mood" mk, "always fun to be with" sh, "considerate to
ELLEN ELIZABETH TROUTMAN tliishi . . . clss comm. 3,47
pm pms 3,4 . . . likes - big green sweaters, pizza, summer
time, parties, guys, having a good time . . . dislikes -
homework, getting up in the morning . . . college bound
. . . "a good friend in which we've ever thing together
with" tw, "a great understanding friend" L, "one of the
finest women in fhs" sb, "one of the prettiest close friends i
have" rg, "my roomate?" tw
KIMBERLEE ANN TURNER tltimb . . .afro am. clb 2,37 cncrt.
chr 2 . . . likes - sleep, reading, dancing, parties . . . dis-
likes - cooking, cats . . . study journalism . . . "just like me
- together" rs, "crazy" rm, "really enjoy her company" np
THOMAS P. UNDERWOOD fPatJ
IEWEL T. VU . . . ski clb 27 inter. clb 27 f.h.s. 3,47 sci. clb 4
. . . likes - skiing, sunny days, good friends, music . . . dis-
likes - rain, worms, physics . . . "one today is worth two
tomorrows - so live it up now, it's worth more" . . . college
hound . . . "a super neal dresser who's a great friend to
have" cr, "a sweet girl and fun to be with" km
KATHY ANNE WADASE tKatJ - . . drma clb 2,3,47 concrt chr
3,47 inter. clb 2 . . . likes - close friends, going out, making
new friends, aerosmith . . . dislikes - homework, restriction
. . . "you must begin by knowing that you have alreadykar-
rived" . . . college bound . . . "moody" jr, "mixed upf gp
ERIC RAYMOND WALDKOFITER . . . "don't fglet too dis-
couraged, you can't beat it so play the game for n" . to
have a goal by the end of the day , . . "always thinksposi-
tive" dw, "the indiana kid" sk, "led zep soper-fan" sb f
MARK EDWARD WALLEN fWaIIyi . . . wglll liftng 3,4 . . .
likes - gena, water slports, drive-in parties . . . dislikes --
algebra II . . . medica field . . . "special friend" lg, Nagreat
HAYWARD WALKER trhefwwdu. . .bsbll 2,3,4,.il.iii:il3k
- sports, laughing . . . "what's up, fuzz" . . L. Colm
bound. . . "no one masse with the 'woodf" rf fllllll, ffa
Smead" 'W 7 . I Qi? 1
MICHAEL FRANCIS wALkERftvuIIui-e
ft'lill 3, sccr clb 4 . . . likes - 2.5, greetvliay
sports . . . dislikes - school unc es, teachers,
5:00 . . . "it takes a lot to laugh, it takes a train to cry" . . .
p.g and become a p.g. officer in the police department . . .
"a ways a sucker for a locker slam" gs, "tried, just
covlIdn't beat the champ" sr
TRACY LYNNE WALKER tShortyl , . . v. bshtl mgr 3,47'yrbk
47 n.h.s. 47 clss comm, 2,3,47 pwdr pff ft'blI 3,4: h.r. 2,3,4
. . . likes - st. bernards, parties, baseball, lasagna, anything
minty . . . dislikes - people who put on acts to fit an
tomatoes, having to wait until the last moment for plaggggto
finalized . . . " e whom never spares a moments
a friend - has none - but he who does, has
career in art . . . "great friend who l've shared a lofofgsed
times' et, "easy to tease" rf, "we both lost our best friend-
ship, but gained one" fs, "stand up straight when you tak to
ms" fm liz?
cn ERYL LYNN wALrERs tPearft .likes -- ptiiiiding,
crocheting, ice-cream, music, chuck, myrtle beach dis-
likes - snobby people people who are cruel to animalsfs . .
"see ya'll around", "oh - I love them" . . . coll bound,
airline stewardess . . . "the best knitter in the mol" dw,
"look-a-likes" dkr, "very sweet and nieef' gl
LORI ANN WEINER tHotdogJ . . .ski QEIIIB7 pwdr pff ft'bll 47
h.r. 4 . . . lilies - chicago, eagles, hot fudge sundaes,
weekends, scott . . . dislikes - snobs, homework, report
cards . . . "so what" . . . college bound . . . "cute haircut"
tb, "best girl a guy could have" sw, "fun to double date with
sr -7 n K
DAVlD WAYNE WELCH . j.v. bsbll72 , . . likes -- base
ball, football, hunting, fishing, julie 5 to receive a c.p.a.
license . . . "raged out" jf, "real nice guy, will go far in ac-
LAURA IEAN WELCH CLQIRI . . . 31 3,
intra. v'bII 3,4 .- . . likes weekendsj
dave, independence . . f"one of the mtlsketeersufap,
"she lets people know what she is thinking" B 7
YouNoA YVETTE WESLEY tm . . . :fro am. clb,-2,3.47
ti' ff ft'IiI 37 d Lib 3 . . . sports.,
Ig:SIC,E?ClYY, clothergixagiia, dutks .
. . . " ' honey" . . . tp be ark
"crazy" et, "loud and wild" kk, "one child" ds jiri 7
ANGELLA RENE WHITE mngiei . . . 2,:l,47 wtstl 47
trck 2,3,47 g.a.l.s. 2,3,4 . . . likes -
sports, math, parties, sunshine, 1
- saucerkraut, pushy, gym teachers?
"if it feels good, do It" . . . to be c
ways happy" kk, "a nutty kid" bm, H2606 shim' lg, 'Vall-
american girl" rs ' .
DARRYL D. WHITE: . .v. bsktbll 4. .. . ,
"sexy smile" kat, "s-rl fr-uv, good bb
IOHN RAY WIKOFF IR . . . wnd 8l'lSQll'lBi,iiii5,4i
mrch bnd 2,35 orch. 47 recrdr cnsrl 31 Stand liintra
v'blI 3,47 f.h.s. 3,47 drma clb 2,3,47 lm. 3,47 sItiicltlb4
. . . likes - music, clarinet, camping, . . 77
physics projects, dec. l, 1976 . . .
the instructionsnn. h . . college bound' '.
kllroy was here jp, nutz coc, e' ml!
TERRY LYNN WILEMAN . . .likes horses,
sports . . . "to wander is to b in to tlgdelstalldn 4
slonary . . . "always a little high"
ELISE MARIE WILLHIGHT tcateyes, . .
ple, spaghetti, clams, movies, going . . . dislikes -
snobs, liver . . . "well", "aw, poor baby" . . . pathologist
. . . "crazy" gs, "trip - that voice" as, "short" cm
DAVID A. WILLIAMS tom . . 3,4. . .likes -
red, football games, long trips, drivingjgiff g . . . dislikes
- homework, working on Saturdays,-i ii"i 'j . . . "they're
so low, they're looking up at the bottthf' . . . go to the uni-
versity of nebraska . . . "nice guy" cw, 'ftalks too much" sl,
"cute mustache" cat ,,,. ,
LORRAINE WILLIAMS ttnrryy . . . 3,4 . . . likes -
anything new . . . disikes -- gdtirlgliiiip in the morning,
star labs, rain . . . "oh, my god" . . . pathology . . . "loves
physics" bf, "tries to drive" mp
DENISE DARLYNN WIKE 1The Bug1 . . . j.v. cheerldr-co-
capt. 27 gymn. clb 2,3,4p sga rep. 27 ski clb 2,3,47 pm pms
3,47 n.h.s. 3,47 pwdr pff ft'bl 47 yrbk 3, ed. 4, h. coming crt.
2,3,4 . . . likes - getting my way, boogie, baskin-robbins, a
certain hard rock , . . dislikes - missing deadlines, walking
away mad . . . "wron ", "whatever" . . . to be a rich flori-
dian dentist . . . "to the only 'bug' that i love" jfh
FRED KIRWAN WINELAND1Kirk1 . . . ft'bIl 27 gymn. clb
3,47 sccr clb 4 . . . sports, italian food, flying, huntin .' . .
dislikes - false people, jocks . . . "what did it look like,
holtsky?" . . . to be happy at whatever i do and be the best
going it . . . "really nice and great friend" Is, "great person"
PHILIP OWEN WOOD . . . yrbk 47 stg. bnd 4. . .likes -
foxy women, hotography, money, music, to love and be
loved . . . dislikes - crying children, economy, oxon hill
. . . "more bass" . . . buy a nikon and play at madison
Abbott, john 1101 138
Abell, David 1101 138
Acton, Gerald 1101 138
Acton, Gregory 1121 76
Andrea 1121 199, 76, 193, 198
,Carol 1101 138
Charles1111 184, 116, 193,41
iCurtis 1101 138, 41
Stephen 1121 76
Janet 1Fac1 164
Patrice 1101 138
Aist, Nancy 1101 138
Aitken, Amy 1101 138
Alexander, Louis 193
Alexander, William 1101 138
Allen, Anita 1111 121, 116, 192
Allen, Christine 1FaC1 170
Allen, Mark 1111 116
Allgootl, Rebecca 1101 138
Alt0,1oseph1101 138, 191, 198
Alto, Michael 1111 116, 52
Amacher,1'erry1101 138, 46, 45
Amerlne, PhiIItp1Fac1 165
Amtck, Keith 1121 76, 48
BRENDA SUE WORTMAN tStrawberry1 . . . likes - talking
on the phone, guys as friends, going places with friends
luchinni, bread, strawberries . . . dislikes - movies - s bil,
jaws . . . "we are the number 01 school" . . . college
bound, music interest . . . "crazy, wild" ey, "fonzie type"
dw, "friendly's friendly one" js
KAREN MICHELLE WRIGHT 1K.K., K.W.1 . . . wan. Wal.
2,3,4 . . . likes - children, music, meeting people . . . dis-
likes - dishonest , odd things . . . "let mebe myself and
when i am myselzlet my spirit and love go free" . . . to
become a nurse . . . "gentle voice" rim, "quite person" ts,
NANCY LYNNE wvue 1Willie1 . . . wnd eng. 2,3,47 g.a.I.s.
3, v. pres. 47 n.h.s. 47 trck 2,3Q c.c. 3,42 intra. v'bII . . . likes
- ice cream, music, people, warm summer nights . . . dis-
likes - running in the mornings . . . "no pain, no gain" . . .
college . . . "kind and smiling" kc, "worried about
everyone's happiness" ab, "loves sports and music and good
at both" ms
Anderson, Cheryl 1101 138
Anderson, Corey 1101 138
Andeison, David 1121
Anderson, Debbie 1121 76, 188, 23, 186,197,411
Anderson, 1os1e1Fac1 168
Anderson, Kevin 1101 138
Anderson, Kim 1121 76, 200, 190, 186, 191, 194
Anderson, Ralph 112176, 186
Anderson, Thomas 1111 116, 46, 75
Aragona, Edward 1101 138, 13, 147
Aranda, Doris 1111 116
Aranda, Lerna1111 116
Aranda, Theodore 1111 116
Arata, Foster 11111 138
Arata, Harold 1121 76,89, 109
Arktn, Erna1Fac1 173
Armentrout, David 1121 76, 29
Armstrong, Ronald 1101 138
Arndt, Michael 1121 77, 48
Arnez, Maria1101 138
Ashley, Susan 1111 116, 46
Atchison, Lynn 1101 138, 46, 11
Attilis, Anthony 1101 138
Atttlis, Mary 1121 77, 186
Attix, Richard 1101 138
Aukord, Gary 1121
Aviles, loseph 1111 116
Axenfeld, Kevin 1111 116, 64, 19
Axenfeld, Stuart 1101 138
Aydinel, Tyran 112177
GREGORY CHARLES YANNEKIS 1Yanna, Yanne, Yank-a-
dank1 . . . n.h.s. 3,47 sctn 33 2,3,47 Ittrmn's clb 2,3,47 c.c.
2,3, co-capt. 47 i.v. bsktbll 27 in. trck 3,41 out, trck 2,3,4 . . .
likes - greeks, class of '77, Friendly, track meets, running
. . . dislikes - physics labs, abstracts, projects, significant
digits, people who always whistles . . . "why", "why not"
. . . college bound . . . "yanna kiss my hinny" klb
TRACY ANN ZOGRAN 1Trac1 . . . pm pms 3,42 clss comm.
2,3,47 media clb 4 . . . likes - swimming, camping, money,
summers, o.h. parties, originality . . . dislikes - practices,
algebra 11, sterotyping people, mondays . . . "solid" . . . to
be a navy nurse . . . "second to the last to graduate" gz,
"best friend" meh, 'fshy and sly" dm
GEORGE IOSEPH ZWEIR . . . intra. v'bll 4 . . . likes - girls,
cougars, sports, money, aerosmith, diplomas . . . dislikes -
getting up in the mornings for school . . . college and the air
orce . . . "the cougar kid" mp, "georgie" tz
Babich, Carr1e1101 138
Bachkosky, Arlene 1101 138, 162, 136, 114,1
Bachmann, Mark 1111 116, 43
Bachmann, Robert 1101 138
Bailey, David 1121 77, 188, 39, 192
Bailey,Karrnen112177, 201, 188, 235, 29
Bailey, Stephen 1101 138
Ball, Sharon 1Fac1 167
Ballard, Merland 112177, 192, 197
Ballard, Robin 1101 138
Baranski, Barbara 1111 116, 50
Barbati, Robert 1101 138
Barbati,1ract 1121 77, 46, 186
Barlow, Greg 1101 138, 48
Barlow, Robert 1101
Barnard, Christopher 1111 116
Barrington, Steven 1121 77, 191, 192, 198, 43
Barrowclough, Elaine 1121 77, 48, 40
Barrowclough, Linda 1101 138
Barry, Laurie 1121 77
Barry, Thomas 1101 138
Bartholomen, Sandra 1101 138
Bassett, Kenneth 1121 78, 48, 10, 63, 49, 191
Batch, James 1111 116
Baughn, Debra 1101 138
Bausch, Ann 1121 78, 188, 48, 49, 193, 192
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Bausch, james 110148, 138
Bayliss, Allan 1101 138
Baylrss, Brian 1111 116
Beal, Connie 1111 116, 127
Beard, Gordon 1121 78, 117
Beaver, Ann 1FaC1 169, 194
Beavers, Dana 1101 138
Beavers, Robert 1101 138
Beckett, Bonnie 1Fac1 175
Beckett, Charles 1111 116
Bednarik, Mary 1121 78
Belinky, Steven 1121 78, 188, 46, 89, 74, 75
Bell, Charles 1101 138
Bell, Leroy 1101 138, 162, 151
Bell, Margaret 112178
Bell, Terree1101 138
Bell, Yolanda 112178, 199, 198
Bellew, Susann 112178
Bemiss, john 1Fac1 169
Bennett, Kevin 112178
Bennett, Mark 1111 116
Bernhardt, Susan 1111 116
Betz, Robert 1101 138
Beverage, Marianne 1101 138
Biagi, Deborah 1121 78
Bielstein, Gary1101 138, 48
Bissey, Phylis 1111 116
Blackburn, Marianne 1111 116
Blake, David 111178
Blake, Donna 1121 116
Bledsoe, David 1121 78
Blesse, Chris 1111 116, 160
Blewitt, Pamela 1111 116, 114, 46
Bliss, ludith 1101 138
Bliss, Mindy 1111 116
Blodin, Elizabeth 1111 116
Bofing, Nina 1Fac1 170
Bogino, Troy 1101 138
Bond, Cynthia 1111 116, 7
Boswell, Charles 1111 116
Botts, Lawrence 1111 116
Botts, Monica 1121
Bourassa, Nancy 1111 116
Bowlin, Ken 1Fac1 171
Boyer, joseph 1121 79
Boyer lll, David 1111 116
Boyle, Patrice 1101 138
Boyle, Shawn 1121
Braegelmann, lane1101 138
Bramble, Laura 1101 138, 191
Annapohs 267 8686
Balttmore 269 1890
Washtngton 261 1301
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Branch, Alonzo 1121 V
Brandl, Anita 1101 138, 1, 147
Brandl, David 1111 116, 197
Sharon 1101 138
Breece, Carol 1111 116, 186, 197
Susan 1121 79, 56, 34
Diane 1111 116
Brooks, Sharon 1101 138
Brougher, Susan 1101 138
Brown, Barbara 1101 138, 45
Brown, Christopher 1101 138
Michael 1111 116, 64, 53, 52
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Natalie 1101 138
Rebecca 1111 116
Stephen 1121 79
Wayne 1101 138, 48
Rebecca 1111 116, 114, 47, Z3
Anita1101 138, 54,45
lames1101 118, 148
Buck, Ellen 1111 116, 1911
Buckingham, Amy 11111 139, 195
Budd, Steven 1111 116
Buff, Geoffrey 1121 79
Buff, Kevin 1101 139
Carolyn 112179, 184
Bullard, Debra 1111 1111
Bullock, john 1121
Burt:-ules, Donna 1121 79, 188
Burgess, Kenneth 1101 139
Kenneth 1101 119
Burkhalter, Brenda 1111 116
Burkhalter, Susan 11111 119
Burltson, Laura 1111 116
Dori 1111 116
Burroughs, Carolyn 1111 116
William 1111 116, 131
Lawrence 1121 79, 64, 62, 63, 1111
Buskey, Theresa 1101 139
Bussard, lanis 112180
Desiree 1121 811
Byrd, Carol 1111 116, 188, 50, 54
Byrd, Harry 1101 139
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Cabot, Cory 1121 48, 80
Callahan, Brian 1111 156, 116, 191
Callahan, Collette 1111 116
Callahan, Marv 1101 199, 139
Callaway, Linnea 112180
Campbell, Franklin 1101 139
Campbell, Kenneth 1111 127, 1111, 191, 43
Campbell, Legrant 112180
Canontco, Theresa 1111 116
Canter, Michael 112180
Carbonaro, Madeleine 1111 1111
Carden, Charles 1121
Carden, Teresa1101 139
Carlson, lon 112180, 53
Carlson, Richard 112180
Carpenter, Dawn 1111
Carpenter, Sharon 1121 188, 2117, 811, 195
Carr, Catherine 1101 139
Carr, Gilbert 11l1207,80
Carrol, Patrick 1101 139
Caruso, lohn 1121 203, 3 7, 811, 2 14, 197
Caruso, Maureen 1Fac1 116
Caruso, Teresa 1111 116
Casslday, Karen 1111 48, 199, 188,116
Cassiday, Tern 110148, 139
Catone, Marc 1121 80
Cavallini, Mike 1Fac1 170, 63, 44
Chadwick, Shawn 1101 137, 149, 119, 1, 711
Chadwick, Tammy 111156, 57, 116
Chaillet, Suzanne 1101 149, 139
Chambers, W1lliam 11111 139
Chambltss Ronald 1111 116
Chandler, Clnnv1Fac1 180
Chappel, Carolyn 1101
Chappell, David 112148, 188, 811
Chappell, Karen 1111 19, 116
Chase, Al'11llfOSl:'l111 116
Chase, Antoine 11111
Chase, Tanya 1101 139
Chavez, Ramon 1101 139, 192
Childress, William 1101
Chinn, Angela 11111 119, 39, 45
Christensen, Ratael 112180, 64, 198
Chrlstrnan, Brian 112181, 197
Claggett, Timothy 112181
Clark, Henry 11111 119
Clark, loseph 1103 139
Clark, Mary 11133 139
Clark, Sally 1113 116
Clark, Tina 1103 139
Clarke, Dawn 1103 139, 69
Clarke, Donna 1123 81
Clarke, Elizabeth 1Fac3 180,
Clarke, Steven 111348, 1111
Clayton, Sheila 1113 116
Cleaver, Patricia 1113 116
Clements, Deborah 1113 1111
Clements, Denise 1103 139
Crawford, M1tchell 1123 81, 41
Crick, Bryan 1123 81
Cripe, Kim 11111 119
Crocker, Kevin 11133 119
Croes, Michael 11131 139
Croft, Sandra 1123 188, 56,81, 194
Cross, Lynne 1121 81
Crowley, Brian 1113 119
Crowley, Ronald 11133 139
Cull'1reath,loanna 1113 119
Culbreath, Robby 1103 139
Culber, Peter 1123
Dell'Isola, Beth 1103 139, 136, 70
Dell'lsola,Paul 1113119, 131,27, 17,52
Dennison, Robert 1113
Deppe, Charles 112382
De Sai, Sunil 1103 139
DeVance, Curtis 1113 119, 21
DeVance, Duane 1103 139
Devers, Lana 1123 82
Dewberry, Renee 1123 82, 184, 50
Dewberry lr., Richard 1103 139
Dewdney, Mark 1123
Dewees, Lyle 1123 82
Clements, Lynne 1123 81 Cumberland, Paul 1113 119 Dichiacchio, Nina 1103 139, 137, 136
Clower, Greg 1103 139 Cu,,,.,l,,gl1amlpa,,,ealllOll39 Dichiacchio, Vincent 112383
C0bUff1RUS1ell1i13119 Cunningham,Rose1103139 Diehl, David 1111 119
Cochran, Ann 1123 199, 81, 198 Cunlsf Usa llll 40, 81 Dietrich, Robert 1113 119
Coe, Maurice 1123 81 Curllsl lkeslle llol U9 Digiovanni,lohn1103140
CoIar1drea,Hy1113119, 198 Cumsl phllllp lm, 139 Dillard, Darla 1123
Colgert, Chris 1121 81 Cvpljerlr Emegl ,lol 139 gimichele, Robert 1113 119
Co ert,Er1c1113119 imisa, Frank 1Fac3 179
Colben, Lester 1103 139 DlX0f1, 1431911 112383
Coleman, ludith 1123 184, 511, 41, 81, 198 Dodd, lack 1113 119, 118
Coleman, Katherine 1113 199 Dolfi, Daryl 1113 119
Coleman, Wanda 1103 139 Donahue, Gloria 112383
Coles, Lynda 1123 81 Donaldson, Kathy 1123 83
Coles, Melvin 1103 135, 139,119 Donohue, Wickel 1123 83
Coley,Ca1I1101139 Donnelly, Michael 1103 140
Coley, Teresa 1113 119 .11 Doran, Steven 1113
Collett, Deana 1103 136, 139 Dorn, Michael 1103 140
Collins, David 1103 139 Dalferes, Gregory 1103 139 Domes, Mark 1103 70
Collins, Kelly 1103 Daly, Stephen 1113 119 Dorris, Cathy 1123 83
Coluzz1,L1sa1113119 Danahy, Kevin 1113 119,48, 191 Dotson, William 1103 140
Compton, Cathy 1113 114, 119 Darco, Kimberly 1103 139 Douds, Gregory 1113 119, 64
Cones, Catherine 1103 73, 139 Darnauer, Kathleen 1113 119, 50, 197 DOUghlY,la1T1e5110313S,b9
Conley, Theresa 1111 31 Dan, Steven 1113 119, 114 D0UglaS,Der1ise1101 140
Conley, Thomas 1113 119, 31 Davis, Aaron 1113 115 Dove, lohn 1103 140
Connally, Kathleen 1103 139 Davis, Dennis 1123 82 Doyle, Lisa 1123 33
Cook, Mary 1101 139 Davis, Elaine 11111 139 Dfake,Diarie1103140, 151
Cook, Pameal 1113 119 Davis, Keith 112382 Drake, 13019611 1123 185, 56, 39, 81235, 197
Cook, Thomas 1113 119 Davis, Kimberly 1101 139 Dr0ter,lohn1l2383,186, 193, 197
Cooper, Deborah 1113 119 Davis, Ntna 1123 82 Drozd, Rebecca 1113
Cooper, Deborah 1113 119 Dav1s,Tawana1113 119 Duca, 5191311911 112383, 104, 197
Cooper, Douglas 1113 119, 197 Deakins, Donna 1113 119 DUgar1,Erir11113119, 201, 235
corda, Valerie 11111 139 Deal, Terry 1103 l3UgHf1,COlleeH 1121 83, 47, 194
Cornwell, Denise 1111 119 Dean, Brenda 112382 Dugan, Michael 1103 140
Corson, Mark 1103 139 Dean, Sherri 1Fac3 171 Dumas, Cindy 1103 140
Cottrell, Charles 1111 119 Deatley, Michael 1123 82 Dumas, Diane 1123 83, 51, 45, 9, 5, 75, 97, 45
Corson, Mark 1103 139 DeBaun, Scott 1113 119 Dumene, Mary 1103 140
Cottrell, Charles 1113 119 Decker, DeIoris1Fac3 180 Dunlap, Donald 1113 119
Courtney, Sandra 1123 81 Decosta, Seth 1103 70 Dunlap, Nancy 1103 140
Cox, Pamela 1103 139 Demm, Margaret 1113119,46 Durbin, Diane 1123
Cox, Susan 1113 119 Deem, Mary 1123 82, 46 D1-llblfl, P31118 1127 206, 83, 6
Cox, Sylvia 11111 Deguzman, Dian 1101 139 DUfblf1,Ma1'k1113119
Crawford, lames 1FaC3 169, 89, 44 Deguzman,less1e1113 119 Durbin, Peter 1103 140
Cravvfortl, Michael 1103 Delbuono, Brain 1113 Dyson, Margaret 1Fac3 174
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Echard, Gary 11111
Etliard, Mark 1111
Eckel, Donald 1101 1-111
Edsall, Stephen 112184, 187
Edwards, Robin 1121 84, 99
Eggert, Lisa 11111 1411
Elig, Sandra 11111
Elltngton, Daxid 11111
Ellis, Richard, 1111 119
Engle, Mark 1111 119, 27
Estobar, Elizabeth 112184, 1811,
Eslotker, Lawrence 1121 84
Etter, Barrx 11111 1411
Etter jr , Lewis 1121
Ettinger, Laurie 11111 1411
Eustaquio, Geordette 11111 140
Evans, Dale 1121 84
Evans, Robert 11111 1411, 211
Evans, Lewis 41
Ewing, Ray1Fac1 177
Fasolcl, George 11111 1411
Featheral1, Michael 1121
Ferguson, William 112184, 29
Fernandes, Frances 1Fac1 175
Fernandez, jeffrey 1111 119
Fernandez, joseph 1111 119
Ferraiuolo, john 11111 1411
Ferruzza, john 1101 1411
Ferruiia, joseph 1111 119, 197
Fetsko, Robert 1111 119, 115, 28
Fetsko, Robert 1111 119, 115, 43
Fetsko, Dennis 11111 1411
Fiorenla, Russell 11211'14,91,43
Fisher, Deborah 11111 1411
Fitigerald, Daniel 1101 1411, 27
Fitzgerald, William 11111
Flanagan, Kara 1101 1411
Flanagan, Shirley1Fac1 1811
Flanagan, Virginia 1111 119
Fllnn, Daxetta 1101 1411
Flint, Cra1g1111 119
Flint, Gary112184, tn
Flippo, jeff 1111 119
Flippo, Steven 1121 84
Flores, Donna 1111 119
Flurrj, Steven 112185
Flynn, Colleen 11218589
Fobbs, Keith 1101 1411
Foley, Mark 1111 119, 114
Forbes, Susan 1111 119
Ford, Angela 112185
Ford, Theresa 1111 119, 122, 234
Forglone, Frank 1111 1211, 197
Forgione, john 1101 1211, 1411
Foster, Pamela 112185, 184, 1115,
Fountain, Rusty 1121
Fraley, Iaines 1101
Fralev, Suzanne 1111 1211, 117, S11
Frame, Brenda 1121 85, 1911
Frame, Sharon 1101 1411, 18, 1:9
Fra7ier, David 1111 1211, 191, 43
Frazier, Debra 1111 1211
Frazier, Ruth 1111 120, 128, 47, 11
Fredrick, Germaine 1101 1411
Fredritks, Marc 1101 1411
Fretz, Carol 1101 140
Frink, Spencer 1121 85, 43
Frink, 1homas 1101 140
Frishberg, jonathan 1111 1211, 192
Fuller, Wanda 1Fac1 184, 1117
Fullerton, james 112185
Furman, 1818111101 1411
Fusto, Frank 112185
Gadson, Pameal 1121 811, 21111, 50, 101, 1115
Karen 1101 140
Gallagher, Stephen 1101 1411
Gallahan, Kelley 1111 120
Gallahan, Paul 1111 120
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Galloway, john 112186
Gamble jr., Eugene 1121 811,
Kathleen 112186, 411, 5, 83, 31, 97
Richard 1101 140
Garner, Matthew 1101
Garofalo, Gary 1111120
Garrett, jeronie1111 120, 43
Garrison, Mark 1101 140
Gates, james 1101 140
Gates, George 1121 86, 197
Gates, Robert 1101 140
Gates, George 1121 86
Gates, Robert 1101 140
195 Galt, Karen 11111 140, 38, 1:9
Gatton, james 1111 120
Geisenderfer, Kathy 1101 1411
Geiser, Amy 11111
Gelser, William 1111 1211
Gentry Latoja 1101 1411
Ghattas, Debbie 1101 1411
Gibbs, Steven 110186
Gibson, Colin 1121 192
Gibson, janet 11111 140, 1811
Gibson, john 1Fac1 11118, 1911
Gibson, Peter 1101 140, 1811
Gibson, Scott 1111 120
Gilbert, Mark 1111 120
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Gillespie, Vista 112186
Gilllgan, james 1111 1211, 5, 192
Gilrox, Andrew 1101 140
Glascoe, Mark 1101 1411
Gleason, john 112187, 181,114,112
Gleason, Michelle 1101 1411
Glenn, judt 1111120
Golabeck, Susan 11111 140
Goodall, Efl1E'51II1E'1FdCl 171
Goodman, Bonnie 1Fac1 11111
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Gooderham, james 11111 1411, 195
Goreckt, janet 1iac1 175
Gorecki, Tom 1Fac1 164
Gough, Robert 1lac1 178, 10, 49
Gorxia, Maureen 11111 1411
Grandtson, Laxxren1e112187, 37
Grant, Grace 1Fac1 169, 197
Granzen, Pamela 1111 411, 9, 120,
Graxel, 0161111111111 141
Graves, Bill 1Fac1 179
Graves,Cynthia 112187, 198
Graves, Gary 1111 1211
Gray, Anita 1111 1211, 511
Greene, Athena 11111
Greene, Diane 1111 1211, 191
Gritiith, Gerald 11111
Crtfiith, Melinda 112187, 37
Gropper, Cindy 112187
Grove, Robert 112187, 89, 81
Gummel, Conrad 11111 141
Gunn, Kelxin1111 1211
Gustafson, Charlotte 1lac1 179
Gustafson, Donna 11111
Hafiner, Suzanne 11111 141, 136, 70
Harden, jay 11111211
Hall, Doreen 1111 1211, 128, 56, 75, 234, 125
Hall, Michael 112187,-43
Hamilton, Susan 1121911
Hamlin, Keith 1111 1211, 48
Hamlin, Lavern 1Fac1 174
Hammerer, Rolf 1111 1211
Hanbury, Audrey 11111 141
Hanburx, Carl 1111
Hanhuryjeffrey 112190, 11,89, 191,43
Hancock, Gregory 11111 141
Hancock,jenn1 11111211, 117, 56, 193
Handley, Sheryl 1101 141
Hanrahan, Pam 1Ta11 165
Hanssen, Helen 1111
Harden1anjr,, Charles 112190
Harman, Debra 1101 141
Harman, Lori 1111 120, 124
Harmon, Robert 1111 1211
Harmening, Therese 1111 12
Harms, Steven 1101
Harrigan, Helen 1FaC1 180
Harrington, jennifer 1111 120, 195
Harris, Leslte1111 120
Harris, Margaret 1121 90, 193
Harris, David 1111 120, 58, 62
,Carol 1111 120
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,Nancy 1121 90, 186
Hartman, julia 1101 141
Hartmann, Lisa 1101 141
Hartmann, Richard 1111 120
Hartwell, Staci 112190, 200
Harvey, Turula 11113
Hashemian, Maryam 1121
Haskell, Renee 1101 141, 48, 195
Haskin, Byron 1101 141
Hastie, Linda1101120,199, 114
Hawkins, Alonzo 11 234
Hayes, Pamela 1111
Head, Mary 1121 90, 187
Hearton, Thomas 1111 120
Heath, Robert 112190, 2
Heberle, Mary 1101 141
Hecigltn, Tecia 112190
Hedglin, Valerie 1101 141
Heerwagen, Susan 1111 120
Heflin, Nancy 1121 90
Halm, Dean 1111
Helm, Paul 1Fac1 168
Helminger, Patricia 1101 141
Helton, Lawrence 1101 141
Hemsley, Angela 1101 141
Hemsley, Rodney 1111
Hendershot, Linda 112191, 193
Hendley, David 1101 141
Handley, Dorothy 112191
Henley, Robin 1101 141
Hennessey, Curtis 1111 120
Henry, David 1101 141
Herbert, Carol 1111 120
Herbert, Frank 1101 141
Hesen, Theresa 1101 141 A4
Hetherington, David 1111
Hewitt, john 1111 120
Hibbert, Arthur 1101 141
Hibbert, Harry 112191, 52
Hickey, Edward 1111 120, 43
Hickey, Michael 1101 141
Hickman, David 1101 141
Hickman, Tricia 112191
Hicks, Marvin 1101 141
Hileman, William 1201 141
Hileman, Teresa 1121 92
Hilferty, Marne 1121 92
Hill,Belva1111 120, 128,415
Hill, Beverly 1111 120
Hill, james 1111 120
Hill, Robert 112192, 58, 62, 112
Hill, Robert 1Fac1 174
Hill, Sonia 1101
Hill, Thomas 1111 120, 192, 28
Hill, Thomas 1121 92, 64
Hill, Victoria 1111 120, 127
Hill, Victor 1101 141
Hilliard, Cheryl 112192, 56, 34
Hilliard, Steven 1111 120, 125
Hite, Christine 1101 141
Hood, Robert 111144
Hoog, Rita 1Fac1 166, 50, 38
Hoang, Kim Dung1101
Hockett, Sheila 1101 141
Hofbauer, Lori 1111 120
Hofbauer, Sharon 1101 141
Holliday, Stephen 1121 92
Hollidge, Ronald 1101 141
Hollingsworth, Deidra 1101 141
Holmes, janet 1111 120
Holmes, Kenneth 1101 141
Holt, Kelly 1111 120, 58, 62
Holtzclaw, Dale 1101 141
Hood, Robert 1111 120, 2, 63, 191, 4
Hoppel, Tanya 1101 141, 190
Hopper, Lisa 1101 141, 46, 3
Hoss, Barbara 1101 141, 147
Houston, Mak 1111
Hudgins, Laurie 1111 123
Hughes, Debra 1111 123
Herbert, William 1101 141, 64, 70
Herlik, Anna112191, 56, 40, 31, 111, 197
Herlik, Mary 112191, 56, 234, 31, 34,197
Herman, Debbie 1101 141, 136, 211, 711
Herndon, Glen 1111
Herrmann, Andrew 112191
Herzog, Roberta 1121 941
Hesen, Chris 112191, 89, 74, 75,41
Linda 1111 123
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Brian 112192, 48, 2
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Hunigan, Ktrk1111 123, 48
Hunigan, Kris 1101 141, 48
Hunt, Gary 1101 141
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Hunt, Kevin 1111 123, 131, 58, 62,125
Hunt, Rodney 1111 123, 64
Hunter, james 1101 64, 151
Hurd, Cynthia 1111 123, 56
Hurley, Karen 1101 141
Husted, Kent112192, 186, 197
Husted, Steven 1101 141
Hutt, Linda 1121 92
laconangelo, Albert 1111 123
lhrig, james 1121 92, 46, 15, 89
Imrich, Donna 1111 123, 50, 62
lngle, Randall 1101 141
Ingram, Earl 112192
Ingram, Keith 1101 141
Ingrarn, Kevin 1101 141, 151
jackson, Daryl 1101 141
jackson, Gwyn 1Fac1 175
jackson, Kay 1111
jackson lll, Willie 1111 156, 93
jacobs, Dennis 1121 93, 122, 234, 77
jacobs, Gabrielle 112193, 199, 188, 50, 8, 54
james, Marcel 1111 123
janda lll,john 112193
jennings, Patricia 1111 123
jensen, john 1101 141
jensen, Roy 1Fac1 164
jewell, Teresa 1111
jirau, Lillian 1121 93, 199, 46, 186, 198
john, jams 1101 142, 48
john, Karen 112193
johnson, Annette 1111 123
johnson, Benjamin 1101 142
johnson, Bruce 1121
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johnson, Cynthia 45, 191
johnson, Deborah 1121 93, 188,114
johnson, Floyd 1111
johnson, Gary 112193, 64, 62
johnson, Harry 1121 93
johnson, jacqueline 1101 142
johnson, james 1101 142
johnson, Kenneth 1111 123,64
johnson, Lamont 1111 123, 2
johnson, Laura 1121 93
johnson, Margaret 1101 156, 142, 135
johnson, Mark 1111 123, 131, 198
johnson, Peter 1101
johnson, Renee 1101
johnson, Tanya 1101 142
johnson, Vickie 1111 123, 192, 186, 187
jones, Cynthia 112193
jones, Gregory 1111 123, 64, 195
jones, Karl 1101 142
jones, Loren 1111 123, 2, 52
jones, Robert 1121 93
jones, Shonna112193, 235, 186
Kending, Daniel 112194
Kending, Ellen 1111 123, 186
Kennedy, Denise 1101 11, 186
Kennedy, Susan 1111 11
Kenney, Susan 1111 123, 199, 114
Kerby, jody 1101 142
Kerby, Steven 1121 94
Kertesz, Kathylynn 112194, 74, 47,
Kertesz, Kenneth 1101 142, 53, 52
Kettner, jeffrey 1101 142
Keyes, Daniel 1101 142
Kiessling, Bonnie 1101 142, 70
Kiessling, Mark 1111 123, 39, 43
King, Annette 110 142
King, Brian 1101 142
King, Deborah 1121 94, 74, 39
King, Mary 112194, 207, 188, 184
King, Thomas 1101 142, 69
King, Timothy 1111 123
King, Tina 1111 123, 197
Kintz, Christian 1101 142
Kiraly, Donna 1101 142
Kirchiro, Heather 112194
jones, William 112194
jowers, Christine 1Fac1 173
justas, David 1101 142
justas, Martin 1101 142
Kalin, Buddy1111123, 124
Kalin, Kelly 112194
Kaloz, Timothy 1121 94
Kamm, Raymond 112194
Kanely, Terri 1111 123
Kapitzke, Leslie 1101 142
Kaplan, janine1101 142
Kaplan, Stephen 1111 123
Kasterko, Regina 1101 142
Kaufmann, Kathleen 112194
Keefe, Alexis 1101 142
Keefe, Christopher 1111
Kelley, jennifer 1121 94
Kelly, Timothy 1111 123
Kelsey, Kimberly 1121 94
Kendall, Bruce 1101 142, 69
Kendall, Stephen 112194, 46
Kirk, Ann 1101 142
Kirk, Melanie 1121 94, 197
Kirkland, james 1Fac1 175
Kite, David 112195
Klegin, Garry 1121 95, 52, 43
Klegin, Tracy 1111 123
Klein, Susan 1Fac1 176
Kley, john 1111 123
Kline, Sharon 112195, 56, 235, 28
Knode, Richard 1FaC1 164, 63, 44
Knott, Derrick 1111 123, 197
Knowles, Michael 1101
Kolek, Eugene 1121 95
Kolek, George 1101 142
Kolek, Karen 1111123, 114
Kooker, julie 1101 142
Koontz, Kelly 1101 142, 10, 69, 187
Korzan, William 1111 123
Kotwas, Larry 1101 142,43
Krankowski, Glen 1111 123
Krankowski, Phyllis 1121 95
Krentz, Debra 1121 95, 235, 201, 188, 75, 62, 47, 17, 82, 194
Kreplin, Elizabeth 1101 142, 155, 11
Krueger, jay 1101 142
Kuchinsky, Michael 1101 142, 48
Kuchinsky, William 112195, 48
Kuendel, Brian 1101
Kuhl, Diana 1Fac1 176
Kulp, Elizabeth 1101 142
Kulp, Marie 1121
Kushmeider, Susan 1101 142
INDEX ! 221
INDEX X 223
Longley, Gwen 1121 96
Q. " "
ff. ,. -'15
Labonte, Kathy 1101 142
Ladd, Karen 1101 142
Lake, jud1tl1 112195, 47
Lambert, Carol 1101 142, 36, 57,113, 45
Lambert, Kenneth 1121 95, 11, 191
Lambert, Scott 1121 95, 154, 34, 43
Land, Karri 1111 123, 197
Landry, john 1111 123
Lane, Karen 1111 123
Lane, Kenneth 112195
Lane, Lorri 1101 142
Lane, Robert 1111
Lane, Vernon 1121 95, 58, 62, 35
Langley, Russell 1101 142, 52
Lavery lV, Henry 1121 95
Laws, Deborah 112196
Leach, Kathryn 1111 123, 56, 57, 127
Leadmon, jeftrey 1111 123, 46
Leathers, Logan 1121 96
Leavitt, Erlc1l11 123
Ledford, Daniel 1121 96
Lee, Eli2abetl11101 142
Lee, Eun Kyu Grace 1111 123, 19
Lee, josilyn 1101 142
Lee, Linda 112196, 206, 188
Lee, Myn Mike 111.11 142
Lee, Victor 1111 123, 192, 197
Legg, Daniel 1101 142
Legg, David 1111 123, 64
LeGrand, Michelle 1101 142
LeGrand jr., Charles 1121 96, 184
Lentz, Eben 1111 123
Lentz, john 1101
Lewis, Gail 1121 96
Lewis, Maggie 1Fac1 177
Lewis, Natalie 1101 142
Liddeel, Mason 1101
Liggins, Mylar 1101
Linder, Dale 1121 96, 197
Linder, jeffrey 1111 123
Liokey, Vivian 1101 142, 23
224 X INDEX
Lipphard, Kelly 112196
Little, Mildred 1101 142
Lloyd, Mark 1101 142, 69
Lockamy, jennifer 1121 96, 234
Lockrow, james 1111 123
Loffert, john 1101 142
Lomakin, Katherine 1121 96, 197
Long, Leslie 1111 123
Long, Thomas 1121 96
Longley, Gail 1101 142, 46, 31
Lorenz, George 112196
Lovering, Pamela 112197, 197
Lowe, Melissa 1101 142, 190
Lucius, Arnold 112197
Luke, Linda 1101 143
Luna, jeffrey 1111 123, 58, 62, 191, 28, 42, 43
Lundregan, jeffrey 1121 97, 19
Lundsl-cow, Sheron 1111 123, 46, 45
Lundy, Wayne 1101 143
Lutz, joanna 1111 123
Lyle, Carla 1111 123, 190
Lynch, jennifer 1111 123, 198
Lynch, Patricia 1101 143
MacDonald, Terri 1111
MacDonald, Theodore 1Fac1 166
MacConald lll, Kenneth 112197
Macintosh, Tammy 1101 143
Macura, Russell 1121 97, 64, 62, 198
Maddox, Brenda 112197, 188, 50, 62, 55
Madison, Thomas 1111 123
Maggio, David 1101 143
Malley, Paul 1121 97, 64, 89, 75, 91, 111
Mallory, Russell 1101 143, 69
Mandela, Mard 112197
Mandela, Michelle 1111 123
Manders, Tracy 1111 1111
Mann, Marcia 1121 97, 184
SALES ' SERVICE
PARTS ' ACCESSORIES
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1E2EW171Q0f 11821919 711620
MansGeld, Charles 1121 97, 43
Mansfield, Myra 1121 97, 188, 62
Mansfield, Pau 1101
Mansfield, Pauline 1101 143
Manuel, Paula 1101 143
Manuel, Paula 1101 143
Marbley, Christopher 1111 123
Marcellino, Phillip 1101 143
Maresch, Craig 1111 126, 114
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Longley,Gay1101142, 137, 136,70, 147,31 M2finff'lirAftdfe1111126f1931197
Marino, Maryanne 1101 143, 136
Marino, Patricia 1121 98, 56, 74, 31, 90
Marks, Kathleen 1101 143
Marks, Paul 1111 126, 27
l, Donna 1111 126, 48, 199, 188
I, Marcia 1111 126, 188
Larry 1FaC1 170
Mary 1111 126
Robert 1111 126
Martin, Tammy 1101 143
ale, Thomas 1101 143
z, Karen 1111
Audrey 1111 126
Mason, john 1101 143
Carl 112198, 207
Mary 1FaC1 170
Mathews, Barbara 1101 143
Maughan, jeffrey 1121 98
l, Gwendolyn 1101 143
l, Margaret 1101 143
Mayo, Harvey 1101 143
McBride, Elizabeth 1111 126
McClain, Lisa 1101 143
McClure, Tony 1121 100, 111
McCollum, Douglas 1121 100, 188, 192
dy, Karen 186, 193
McCullough, Monique 1101 143, 45
iel, Sherry 1111 126
ald, Darryl 1101
ald, Paul 1111 126
McDonald, Terri 1111 126
McDougall, Randall 1101 143
McDowell, Kimberly 1111 126
McFadden, Brian 1111 126, 48, 49, 70
Mclfeaters, Bill 1Fac1 168
McGhee, David 1101 143
McGhee, William 1101 143
McGowan, Alasdair 1111 126
McKeel, lon 1121 100
McKenzie, Peggy 1Fac1 166
McKenzie, Robert 1Fac1 177
McKenzie, Ronald 1121 100
McKeon, Sherry 1101 143, 92
McKeon, Shirley 1111 126
McManus, William 1111126, 148
McNiece, Bridget 1111 126, 56
McNiece, David 1111 126
Meachum, Carol 112198, 199, 74, 197
Meade, Shelton 1Fac1 173, 64
Meade, Wayne 1101 143
Meadows, Robyn 1101 143
Meder, Barbara 1111 126, 56, 128
Meehan, Harry1Fac1 39, 177, 38
Melvin, Pat 1Fac1 176, 69
Mendenhall, Kimberley 1111 126, 118
Mercado, Anita 1111 126, 56, 57
Mercado, Miquel 1101 143
Mercado, Robert 1121 98, 40, 46, 89, 85
Merry, Karen 1101 143
Merryman, Debra 1101 143
Deborah 1101 143
,Donna 1101 143
Kathryn 112199, 34
Moreau, Garry 1121 99, 15, 191, 43
Morey, Douglas 1111
Morey, L1nda 112199
Morey, Robert 1101 143
Morgan, Del 112199, 90
Morgan, Eula 1Fac1 166
Morgan, Larry 1121
Morisato, Alan 1121 99
Morris, Cheryl 1101 143, 36, 39
Morris, Elizabeth 1111 126, 118, 235
Morrison, Sarah 1121 99
Morrison jr., Charles 1121
Morrow, Tammara 112199
N1Of1Ol11T.,VVllllaT1l 112199, 62
Moss, Mark 1101 70
Mountain, Georgette 1121 99, 11, 50
Mucci, Terry 1111 126
Mulheron, George 1101 143
Mullins, Michael 1101143, 149
Mullins, Robert 1111 126, 69
Munson, Mary 1121 100
Munson, Valerie 1101 143
Nabors, Keith 1101 143, 151
Merse, Phil 112198
Michael, Robert 1101 143
Michalek, joseph 112198
Miller, Deborah 1121 192
M11ler,Diane1Fac1 176,34, 198
Miller Kathleen 1101 143, 195, 45
Miller, Katrina 1101 143
Miller, Louis 1101
Miller, Mary 1111 126
Michael L 1111 126, 64
Scooter 1111 126, 48,19
Milligan, David 1101 143, 69, 150
Milloy, Steven 1121 99, 192
Mills, Steven 1101 143
Mills, Wendy 1101 143
Milstead, Lita 1101 143, 15, 136, 70
Mitchell, Armenia 1101 143
Mitchell, jay Kent 1111 126, 192, 186
Mitchell, Keith 1111 126
Mitchell, Kenneth 1121 99
Mitchell, Russell 1121
Molayem, Masoud 112164
Molinari, Rhonda 1111 126, 56, 31,197
Molinari, Roxanne 1111 126, 31, 197
Molino, Tina 1101 143
Mondino, Liana 112199, 177
Moore, Clarence 1101 143
Murphy, jeffrey 1111 126, 192
Murphy, Sean1121 100, 191, 43
Murray, Lisa 1111 126, 54
Napier, Laurie 1121 100
Nauman, Bernard 1101 148
Nedrow, Barbara 1121 100
Nelson, Sharon 1111
Nelson, Wanda 1121 100
Newell, Teresa 1101 143
Newsome, Oswald 1121 101, 198
Neyhart, Cynthia 1101 143
Neyhart, Deborah 1111 126, 114, 42
Nichols ll, john 1111 126
Nicholson, Steven 1111 126
Nightingale, Chas 1111
Nizza, Mark 1101
Noel, Cynthia 1111
Nolan, Bobbie 1111 126
Norwitz, jennifer 1111 126, 114
Ocampo, Michael 1101 143, 64, 62
Oeslringer, Michael 1101 143
O'Leary, Terry 1121 101
O'Loughlin, Mary lane 1121 101, 2117, 105
Olson, Cheryl 1101 144, 136, 711
Olson, Michael 1111
Ondusko, Lori 111150,46, 188,55
Ondusko, Mark 1101 144
Orr, Ted 1Fac1 169
Orsino, Robert 1121 101
Osborne, Ingrid 1111 197
Oska, Mark 1101 144
Overton, Lawrence 1Fac1 174
Owens, joe 1121 1111
Owens, L1nda11Z1 101
Owens, Sammy 1111
Pace, Debbie 1111
Padgett, Patricia 1111 126, 191
Pakradooni, Mark 1101 144
Palumbo jr., Vincent 1111 126, 197, 191
Clayton 1111 126, 131
Parker, Rolanzo1121 101
Parker, Sharon 1101 144
Parker, Todd 1101
Parks, Lenora1101 144
Larry 1Faci 177, 23
Mr. and Mrs. William Ford
The Pulliam Family
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kline
The Krentz Family
Edward Roth, DDS
The Bestest to you, jeff and Kathy - Love, Laverne
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard R. Shore
Mr. and Mrs. james L. Thompson
Love to Mom and Dad from the Bug.
Lt. Col and Mrs. Roy Walker
Good Luck to Class of '77, from the Wikes
King Glass Co.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Raymond Ewing
INDEX X 225
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Between Your Eye Doctor And Good Vzszon
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9401 Indlan Head Hwy
Unlted Bank Bulldlng
Oxon H111 Maryland
fm, tors TRACTOR 8. EQUIPMENT
Old Washington Rd. and Central Ave.
Waldorf MD 20601
Charles W Aitken Owner! Managel'
fl ROYAL FORMAL WEAR
Rental and Sales
Wzllzam H Ross Dzspenszon Optzczans 423-0330
Bank Amerlcard Master Charge and NAC
Iverson Mall Shopping Center
INDEX X 227
Parson, Gail11111 1-14,2
Parsons,1intotl11 1121 1112, 1821, 87
Parten, Pltiltp 1121 1112, 31, 98, 191, 44, 43
Patr11k,Cath1 11111 144, 1112, 711, 151
Patrlck,Ixell1 1111 1211,112, 55
Patterson, Robert 1111 1211
Patterson, Willtani 1111 1211
Paxton, Lxnda 1111
Pax ne, Desiree 11 11 126
Pazienia, Lisa 1121 127
Peake, Grahan1 1121 1112
Peake, Kelh 11111 144, 38
Pearson, Andrew 1121 1112, 33
Pearson, Maureen 1111 1211
Peel, Anna1121 1112, 199
Pelagatti, Loutse1Fac1 179, 163
Pencak, Michael 1121 1112
Pennington,5hari1111126, 17, 511, 57, 125
Pepin, Danielle 1111
Perkins, john 1111 1211
Perkins, Michael 1121 1112
Perko, Debra 11111 144
Perlsweig, Mark 1111 126
Perry Bruce 1121 1112
Perrx, Gene 1121 1112
Peru, Ross 11111 144
Perselax, Mara 1121 103, 198
Peters, Kathleen 1111 1211
Petersen, Glenn 1121 1113
Peterson, Douglas 11111
Pteil, Donald 1121 1113
Piluger, Lea 1111 1211, 31, 54
Pfluger, Leonard 1111 122, 121, 11,197,1811,192
Phelan, Mar1 1111
Phillips, R1charcl11111 144
Phillips III, George 1101 144
Pecceotta, jonathan 1111
Pickerall, Barry 11111 144, 2, 48, 119
Ptckerall, Brian 1111 129, 48, 114
Pickup, Lisa 11111 144
Pierce, April 1101 144
Piinental, Michael 1111 129
Pine, Cheryl 1121 1113, 2, 186
Pisacane, john 11111 144
Pleasants, Allen 11111 144
Pletcher, Keith 11111
Pletcher, Mark 1121
Pockey, Corinne 1111 129
Poel, Kathryn 11111 144, 151, 187
Poloski,Stanle1 1121 103
Poinpell, john 11111
Ports, Larr1 1111 129
Potter, Bruce 1111 129, 114, 46, 75
Powell, Maria 11111 144
228 X INDEX
Powell, Wendy 1101 144
Presnell, Danny 1111
Price, Stephen 1121 1113
Price, Weltdy 1121 1113
Printz, jackson 1101 144
Pritchett, Vtvian 1121 1113
Proctor, Alisa 1111 129, 56
Proctor, Anita 1101 144
Proctor, Kevin 1121 1113
Proctor, Nancy 1111
Prom, loyce1121 103, 197
Pulliani, Frances 1121 1113, 56, 234, 235, 34
Pyke, Mark 1111
Quick, Larry 1121104
Rader, Donna 1121 104, 5, 6, 56
Raivel, William 1Fac1 167, 48
Ratcliffe, Dolly 1111 129
Ratigan, john 1111 129, 43
Rattgan, Mary Kax 1121 104, 51, 511
Readen, Alton 1101 144
Ream, Karen 1111 129, 188
Rector, Daniel 1101 144
Reddish, Chris 1111 129, 197
Redmond, Daniel 1121 1114
Redmond, David 1111
Reed, Karen 1111 129, 48
Reid, Bruce 1111 129
Renfro, Mike 1121 1114
Reuniont, john 1111 129,31
Reuniont, Mary 1111 1, 48
Reumont, Mary 1101 144
Rauen, james 1121 1114, 89, 234,192, 187
ATLANTIC AUTO SERVICE
6230 Oxon Hill Rd., OXon Hill, MD. 20022
WILLIAM W. BRIESMASTER, JR.
Reynoids, Carolyn 11111 144, 69
Reynolds, jerry 1111 129
Reynolds, Linda 1101 144
Rhoades, David 1111 129, 16
Rhodes, james 1Fac1 172
Rhodes, Tony 1111 129, 46, 1
Richards, Mike 1111 129
Richeson, Victor 1111 129, 115
Ricketts, Carmen 1121 104, 1
Ricketts, Charles 1111 129, 131, 197
Ridgely, Gary 1111
Rredl, Thomas 1101
Rigby, joseph 1101 144
Rigby, Patrick 1121 104
Riggins, Kelly 1101 144
Rtghter, Rhonda 1121 104, 41
Ring, Kerry 1101 144, 136
Rivera, Kenneth 1101 144
Rivera, Patricia 1111 144
Rivera, Patricia 1111 129
Roberts, Mark 1111 129, 161
Roberts, Sharon 11111
Robinson, Charlene 1101 144
Robinson, Charles 1101 144
Robinson, Vera 1101 144
Robson, Ladd 1111 129
Rogers, Karen 1111 129
Rogers, Keith 1121 105, 53, 7
Rohlfs, Teresa 1111
Rolfe, Daniel 1101 144
Rolfe, Kenneth 1121 105, 21
Roll, Doris 1111 129
Rosenstock, Hilda 1Fac1 172
Ross, Kenny 1101 144
Ross, Kevin 1101 144, 136
Ross, Mark 1111 129
Ross, Richard 1101 144
Ross, Sheryl 1121 105, 197
Roth, Lori 1101 144, 150
Rourke, janice 1111 129, 50
Rourke, Teresa 1101 144, 48,
Rouse, Gwandolyn 1101
Rowe, Hahn 1101 144, 151
Roy, Melvin 1101 144, 160
Rubinstein, Shira1121 105, 8
Ruis, Linda 1121
Ruiz, joyce 1101 144
Rushing, Renard 1101
Rusin, Robert 1111 129
Russell, Mary 1121 105, 198
Russell, Williani 11111 144
Rust, Barbara 1Fac1 179
Rust Ill, james 1111 129, 48,
Rutkai, Gregory 1111 129,52
Rutkai, 101111 11111 144, 70
5, 235, 52, 28, 143
Mon thur Fr1 9am 7pm
Sat 8am 4pm Sun 9am 4p
'kCo1np1ete Beauty Care
Wtgs Sales and SCTVICC
Permanents Frostlngs Styhng
145 mln Speed Dryer Ava11ab1e
Ground Floor Lucente Bldg
6188 Oxon H111 Rd
Featuring R E D K E N Products
Sala, Donna 1111 129
Sales, Barbara 1101 144, 51, 50, 45
Sales, Debra 1121 1115, 50
Saltsman,Iean1111 129, 38, 69
Samuels, Patrice 1111 129
Sanders, Carolyn 1121 105, 192
Sanders, Lisa 1101 144
Sanders, Thomas 1101 144
Saranillas, Lisa 1121 105
Savage, Chris 1101 144
Savidge, Richard 1121
Savko, Marie 1111
Saxton, Charles 1101 144
Scanlan, Cretta 1Fac1 165
Appoxntments Not Necessary But Preferred
m testi Wishes
Seeger, Linda 1111 129
Seeger, Robert 1101 145
Segebert, Angelia 1121 106
Sehoep1e1n,1anette 11111 145
Setders, Stac1e1111 129, 56
Sets, Clifford 11111 145
Selyelx, Laverne 1121 1116, 74
Sellner, Verna 11111 145
Seman, Dan 1Fac1 164
Serrran, Neil 1121 106
Serrian, Wade 1111 129, 122
Settle, Dale 1111 129, 122
Settle, Dale 1101 145
Seubert,Valarte1111129, 15,56, 114
Severt, Carmen 1121 106
Sevir1,Eda1121 106, 50, 46, 100
Shaffer, Kimberly 1111 129
Shambela, Margaret 1121
Schaefter, Denni-.1111 129, 115
Schaeffer, Mark11111 145
Schaeffer, Pamela 1111 129, 43, 188, 31
Scaef1er,Sarrclx 1121 105, 23
Scharmen, Margaret 1111 129, 197
Thomas 1Fac1 178
,Louise 1121 105, 80
Schlude, Cindy 1Fac1171
Vicki 1Fac1 165, 156
Schmidt, Teresa 11111 145
Schmidt, Waynt111t11 145
Schmitt, Barbara 1111 129
Schoeplein, lanette 1101
Schultze, William 1111 129, 161, 195
Schwarzkonf, Donna 1101 145
Scott, Archie 1121
Scott, Donna 1111 129, 116
Scott, Reginald 1111 129
Scott, Valerle11111 145
Scuto, Salvatore 1101 145
Sears, David 1101 145
Sears, lea nne 1121 105, 190
Sedillo, Deborah 112140, 105,
Sedlacl1,Al1ce1111 129, 73
56, 89, 74, 911
Shamla, Shari 1111 145
Shanahan, Cynthia 1101
Shanahan, Stephen 1121 106
Shannon, Michael 1121 106
Shearer, Patricia 1111 130. 117, 56
Shearer, Timothy 1121 106, 4, 23, B9
Shegogue, Renne1101 145
Shelton, Richard 1121 106, 110
Shin, 1-lye Young1111130,114
Shishkevrsh, Natalie 1111 130,6, 135,
Shore, Stewart 1101 145, 151
Short, james 1101
Short, Robert 1101
Shreve, lohrr 1111 130
Shupe, David 1121 106
Sldwell, Laura 1111 138, 17
Slkora, Eva 1Fac1 180
Siegel, Arthur 1121 1117, 2
Siege-rt, Richard 1121 107, 89, 75, 93
Siler, Claude 1121
Simon, Philip 1Fac1 166, 198, 195
Sims, Robert 1101 145
Sinclair, Donna 11111 145
Sinclair, William 1121 107
Singleton, Angela 1121 107
Slater, Albert 1111
Slater 1r., Robert 1101 145
Smallwood, B0nn1e1111 130, 511,
Sminlt, Autumn 1111 130, 46
Smink, C.eorge1121 107
Smith, David 1Fac1
Smith, Debra 1101 145, 69
Smith, Donald 1101 145
Smith, Elizabeth 1101 145
Smith, Holly 1101145
Smith, Kelvin 1111 130
Smith, Kevin 1121 107
Smith, Laura 1121
Smith, Melissa 1121 107
Smith, Michael 1111 130, 147, 97
Smith, Monisita1101 145, 45
Smith,Nancy1101145, 192, 1811
Smith, Reginald 1121
Smith, Sherry 1101 145
Smith, Thornas1121 107
Smith, Timothy 1111
Snapho, Dawn 1121 107
Snaplso, Debra 1111 130, 186
Snead, Angela 1101 145
Sneed, Tammy 1121107,23-1
Sneed, Terry 1101 145
Sneed, Tony 1101 145
Snow lr , Billy' 1101 145
Snyder, Ann 1111 130
Snyder, Lorraine 1101
Sola, Lorna 1101 145, 69
Sonntag, Mary'1111 130
Souddress, Tanya 1101 145
Southern, leanette 1101 145
Spalding, jeffrey 1101 145
Spart, Steven 1111 130, 48
Speaks, Nathaniel 1101 145
Spence, Dara 1121 76, 187
Spiech, Deborah 1111 1311
Spisak, Dale 1101 145
Sprtngmann, Mark 1101 145
Stacey, Michael 1101 145
Stanton, Cynthia 1111 130
Statham, Sharon 1101 145,45
Stearns, William 1101 145
Steele, ludith 1101 130
Steele, Troy' 1101 145
Stephanson, Craig 1121 107
Stephanson, james 1101 145
Stephanson, Suzanne 1101
Stevens, Karen 1101 145
INDEX I 229
230 X INDEX
Stevens, 12111111111 1118, 811
its-vens, Slmurm 1111 1311
Stewart, hand 1111 108, 199
S1ewar1,l,1m1111 1311, 7, -17
Stnles, L.xuriv 11171
Sti1es, L1r111a11Z1 108
S1lms0n,M1dme1 1121 1118, 114
Stwnson, 111v4x1cJre 11111 145
51oCknm11,Caro1 1101 145
5to1ks,C11.1r1ene11J1 1118, 11
S1o1ar1, Oregon 1121 108
Stone, Rhonda 1111 108
SImc111,C11r1s11l1 1118, 41
Slmss, 1911111191 1111 130, 8, 17, 1154, 115, 197, Q50
Stratford, R14 hard 1121 1118, 41
Stringer, Francis 1FaC1 171
Strom, Lori 11111
Stroud, RL-11001121 108, 199
Swan, Kd11T199l11101 145
5111911111-I1 1.111j.1 1121 109
Sturinle, S11'ph6'n 1101 145
Suhr, llormhy 1121 109, 184,
Suhr, le-.mne1121 199, 1811
5u1Ilv.m,M.1r111.a 1121 1119
Summers, 139111591111 109, 1
Sutphm, Debra 11111 145
Svrjrc-11,Ar1hL1r11111 145, 1311
Swann, V.11er1S 11111 145
Swann, Slwryl 1101
5Lwec1,MeL'h1z-1121 109, 18
Siwi-11, P11111 11111 145
labor, fleborah 1111 130, 191
Tabor, 139111881111 130, 190,
1a1bott, Lxm1a11l1 109
1'artal1lm1,CJarx 1111 130
, 18, 43
Mc Dona I ds
7100 Allentown Road
Oxon Hill, Maryland
1art1w1 11911111.01 11111 1-13
hxlor, MU1111111111 1-111
1.1xI0r, Rlc11.1r1111111 141:
1ee1e-r,C1mrIes 1111 1 513, 21
lvmplv, Robert 1111 1311
lemplv, 11m1Jthv111J1 1411
111.1c1wr, 111vrvs.1 1111 1119
, Anthem 11111 1-111,11-1
, 1.11111 1121 1119
,M11rfm11U1 1411, 2
,1r1Ma11O11-111, 1511, 111
ends 11111 146
T110rn9,C110rxI 11111 146
1hor11e, 1611111111 118
1110rue, latin 1111 118
Thur,S1mrw1 11111 146
Thur, 1houmS111J1 130
T11ch, Marx 1111109
T11ch, 1211111111 111962,-15
11l1m1m, Mmm 11011411195
11nc1.1ll, Brvnd.11121 110
Tolherl, Robert 1121
1oler, Lines 1121 110
1012011 lJ.1v1c1 1121 110, 7
Tolson, George Chauncx 1111 1111, 311, 117,11
1omskx,Marxann 1121 110, 5, 511, 1117
Towr1ew,CAt11erine 1101 1411
Neuse,lJ1.me1111114b, 38, 21111, 119, 147
1re11se,5h.1mn1121 110, 56, 57, 147, 197
Trecsv, Mig-hcl 1101 146
Trocsrhe-r, Dorothy 1FaC1 171
Troeschor, Garth 1101 146, 114
1rou1m.m,E1ler111l111115, 15, 311
Marx Beth 1111 1311, 114
1r1111111111I,11111111,1 11 1111
1111101 Bm1mm'1.111 11411
111rn0r, K1m1u'r11-01111 1111
Turns-r 111, 101111131 1111, 751
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Wadase, Stephen 1101 146
Wade, Brian 1101 146
Wade, William 1101 146, 148
Wainwright, Stephen 1101 146
Wainwright jr., Oliver 1111 130, 43, 44
Walden, Cynthia 1121 111
Waldkoetter, Eric 1121 111
Whitacre, john 1Fac1 168, 64, 179, 197
White, Angelia1121 112, 188, SO, 62, 55
White, Austin 1101
White, Celia 1101 146
White, Darryl 1121 112, 2
White, Harry 1101 3, 55
ary 1Eac1 172
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wood, Phyll 1121 113, 234
Woodruff, Kent 1121 113, 58, 64, 62, 81, 75, 42
Worthington, Eric 1101 147, 162, 151
Wortman, Brenda 1121 113
Wren, Kelly 1101 147
Wren, Scott 1111 133, 197, 43
Wright, George 1101 147,69
Bonnie 1111 130
Walker, Elaine 1111
Walker, Haywood 1121 111
Walker, Kimberly 1101 146, 69,54
, Michael 1121 111, 64
Whitlow, Robert 1101 146
Whitmore, Rebecca 1121 112
Whitworth, Diane 1Fac1 179
Whyte, james 1111
Whyte, Nancy 1101 146
Wright, Karen 1121 113
Wylie, Nancy 1121 113, 48, 188, 207,194
Walker, Ronnie 1101 146, 135, 69
Walker, TraCy1121 111, 201, 234, 83, 67
Wall, Tamarah 1121
Wallace, Michael 1121111
Wallace, Susan 1101 146
Wallace, Zelda 1111
Wallen, Mark 1121 112, 46,33, 114, 78
Waldh, Ben 1101 146
Walsh, Kathleen 1101 146
Walsh, Mary 1111 133, 40,105
Walsh, Philip 1Fac1 169, 40
Walters, Cheryl 1121 112
Ward, Cecelia 1101
Warder, Vicki 1101 146
Watford, Susan 1101 146
Watson, Michael 1111133
Watson, Pamila 1101 146
Watt, Fred 1101 146
Watts, Evette1111 133, 127
Webb, William 1111 130
Webster, Kathleen 1111
Weeden, Kenneth 1Fac1 1 72
Weiner, Lori 1121 112
Weiner, Mark 1101 146
Welch, David 1121 112
Welch, Karen 1111 133, 121
Welch, Laura 1121 112
Wells, Deborah 1111 133
Welsh, Caitlin 1101 146, 69
Wendland, Greg 1101
Wesley, Deborah 1111
Wesley, Yolanda 1121 112, 34
West, jody 1FaC1 176
West, Lisa 1111 133, 122
West, Timothy 1111 133
Whetsell jr., Barclay 1101
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Wiggins, Kenneth 1111
Wike, Denise 1121 112, 5, 56, 201, 18, 234, 84
Wikoff, Thomas 1101 146
Wileman, Terry 1121 112, 117
Wilkinson, joyce1111 133
Willie, joan 1111 133, 117, 56, 89
Willhight, Elise 112
Williams, Darrell 1101
Williams, David 1121
Williams, Earl 1Fac1 193
Williams, Elizabeth 1121 112, 205
Williams, Geraldine 1Eac1 168
Williarns, Guy 1101 146
Williams, Helen 1101 146
jimmy 1111 133, 2,156
William, Kim 1101 146
Williams, Laura 1101 147, 188, 206,155
Williams, Lorraine 1121 112
Williams, Michael 1101 147
Williford, Darryl 1111 133, 31
Williford, Dietrich 1111 31
Wilmont, Martha1111 133,5O, 161,55
Wilson, Alfreda1101 147
Wilson, jerri 1101 147, 38, 69
Wilson, Mark 1111 133
Wilson jr., Paul 1101147
Winegardner, Chuck 1121 113, 90
Winegardner, Tom 1101 147, 69
Wineland, Fred 1121 113
Wise, john 1111 133, 114, 192
Wishard, Greg 1111 133
Wood, jeffrey 1101 147
Yannekis, Gregory 1121 113, 48, 108
Yates, Elizabeth 1121 113
Yeatts, Carol 1101 147, 148
Yohe, jennifer 1101 147
Yohe, Karleen 1111 133
Young, Brenda1111133,11,199, 114
Young, janet 1Fac1 176
Yovich, Daye1Fac137, 179, 161
Zalusky, Timothy 1101 147
Zaner, johnny 1111 133
Zangwill, Tamara 1101 147
Zavistovich, Alexander 1101
Zimmerman, Lisa 1121 113
Zogran, Tracy 1121 113, 5, 56,193
Zweir, George 1121 113
Zweir, joanne 1101
Zwerski, Tracy 110146, 154, 147, 45
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Mr. Ray Ewing
By attending workshops and seminars,
the editorial staff began with an outline of
what needed to be done. We had a big
class and everyone knew the ins and outs of
yearbook business. Starting right away, we
decided upon a cover design and began
work. Section editors were picked and each
layed out their section following the theme,
Faded Glory. Copy was written, edited and
typed. Dummy sheets were drawn, finals
finished and everything was put neatly in a
box each deadline day. tUnfortunately, the
paragraph above may describe some staff
you know, but definately not ours.J
"Get your layouts off my section and
give me that cropperf'
"Frances- you have India Ink all over
your desk - and I know who did it -
"Denise, can we just forget the junior
and Sophomore sections?"
"All I have left is twelve pages of cap-
tions - Hey jimmy!"
"We have four spreads that need pic-
"Keithie - can you have some ready
by next period?"
"Hey! Weezy's got another Playgirl -
get the scissors out!!"
We argued and fought, forgot and mis-
placed, but through it all, worked very, very
hard to give you what you wanted. The test
is not whether your picture appears on
every other page, but whether the book will
serve to jar high school memories ten or fif-
teen years from now.
I'd like to thank Mr. Ewing, Mr. Bailey,
the yearbook staff, my parents, my teachers,
and anyone else that had to be around me
during deadline time.
We hope that you will enjoy the book.
Much Luck For The Future,
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The boy's track team kept up the
good reputation of Friendly again this
The distance events were fortified
by Kenny Bassett and Greg Yannekis,
to name a few. Tom Van Lierde
boosted the team with his outstanding
achievements in the sprints.
The team suffered when a few of its
members developed stress fractures
from a poor track. A new track will be
constructed during the summer since
the old track was ruined due to a poor
The injuries were unfortunate but in
the end helped to strengthen the team.
The members became more versitile
when it became necessary to cover for
their missing team mates.
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It was definitely a trying season
since the majority of the team was
sophomores. However, it wasn't long
before the newcomers were stealing
the glory and gaining victories at the
State champion in the 440-yard
dash, Angie White, made impressive
scores in the sprints. Carol Byrd, state
champion in shot put for the past two
years, has left behind records at the
district, county and state meets.
Despite the injuries which plagued
the team due to a poor track and a few
out-of-shape runners, the girl's track
finishedsthe season with a record
women libbers would be proud of.
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FHS 78V2 Bladensburg 49172
Fort Hunt Relays 4th
Ann Arundel 6th
Friendly Relays 3rd
y County 4th
FHS 92 Duval 47 Potomac 14
FHS 78 High Point 43 Suitland 32
FHS 74 Largo 87 Gwynn Park 2
SUPPLEMENT I 241
Sometimes just Trying
Is Not Enough
The baseball team had a disap-
pointing season with only two wins to
This was the result of their inability
to mold a pitching staff. In baseball,
the pitchers play a key role in the out-
come ofthe season.
lt was hard at times for the team to
continue but the members kept up
Those players returning next year
will have gained experience and are
anticipating some big wins forthe Pat-
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The Softball Teams First Year Looked Favorable
Friendly's all-girl softball team,
coached by Ms. Miller and Mr.
Whitacre, overcame difficulties to
have a successful first year.
Playing on the poorest of fields, and
having to compete with the boys
baseball teams for buses did not stop
this talented and determined group of
With one year behind them and the
majority of the team being under-
classmen, the softball team has high
expectations for next year. Even with
a league change from AA to AB,
Friendly's all-girl softball team plans
to astound more people next year.
FHS North Western
FHS High Point
FHS Oxon Hill
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FHS High Point
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Golf Team Undefeated
In League Play
A relatively unknown team at
Friendly is the golf team. Even though
they had an undefeated record in
league play, the team has gained little
support from the school.
Mr. Orr coaches the team in both
the spring and the fall since they op-
erate on a split schedule.
Friendlyfs golf team was the first
public school from Maryland to be in-
vited to the Quantico Marine Base In-
vitationals. In competition with forty
Virginia teams, Friendly finished sec-
The team's only loss was to Bowie
during the playoffs. This placed them
second in the county.
Undoubtedly the golf team's repu-
tation will grow as the word spreads
that we have a championship team.
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Tennis Team Records
Friendly's tennis team had a bril-
liant season, losing only one match in
their regular season.
Mr. Ewing, the tennis coach, noted
that the team has great potential but
has lacked the "togetherness" neces-
sary to develop good team spirit.
Due to the construction of the addi-
tion to the school, the team has
played without home courts this sea-
High expectations are held for the
tennis team next year with six new
courts being built, Friendly will have
the finest tennis facilities in the area
and, hopefully, the best team in the
SUPPLEMENT I 249
LADIES OF THE IURY
The houselights dimmed as the
spotlight focused on the first act of the
Senior Class play, Ladies of the lury,
directed by Mary lane O'Loughlin.
This amusing comedy depicted the
unusual trial of Madame Gordon CDe-
nise Wikel, a beautiful French woman
accused of murdering her husband.
All evidence pointed to her guilt,
however, one jury member CCarol
Meachumi did not believe that she
was guilty and finally convinced the
others that she was right.
The play was skillfully acted, di-
rected and presented. For many of the
cast members this was a first perfor-
mance. They mingled with the more
experienced actors and actresses,
learning from them and generally hav-
ing a good time.
On closing night the performers re-
ceived a standing ovation from a
laughing and satisfied audience. That
made the long rehersals and raw
vocal chords all worthwhile.
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Fashion has become increasingly tg
important to students at Friendly g ir.i W? I
within the last few years. This year's g s 's If 3
latest trends were on display at the
second annual Fashion Show.
Although jeans are still the most
important items in a well-dressed
students wardrobe, coordinated
accesories seem to be becoming more
important for the total "put togetherf'
Becomes An Annual
Each year at Friendly the students
are given the opportunity to donate
life-saving blood to the Red Cross.
Although many students unselfishly
share their time and special skills in
working with the retarded and hand-
icapped througout the year, the blood
drive allows even more people to par-
ticipate in a giving experience.
Although over one hunderd volun-
teers were registered, not all were
able to donate due to health prob-
lems. Even though the quota was not
reached, the spirit of sharing life was
SUPPLEMENT I 253
A traditional event at the end of a
students' Senior year is the Honors
Assembly. As compared to the prom,
baccalaureate, and finals, this event is
not a total class activity, but rather
one intended to highlight the superior
achievement of a few.
This year at Friendly, awards were
given by departments to outstanding
students in those areas of study. Dis-
tinguished visitors gave many scholas-
tic awards and for the first time,
coaches presented awards to the out-
standing atheletes in each sport.
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What costs 58536, lasts approxi-
mately four hours and always comes
to an end too soon? What other than
the Senior Prom!
The class of '77 held their prom in
the lavish and elegant ballroom of the
Sheraton Park Hotel. A fantastic band
that played the latest rock and disco
music kept even those people who
"don't dance" hopping all night.
This years prom was different in
that each couple dined at a posh res-
taurant of their choice rather than hav-
ing hotel buffet service.
Excited Seniors were undaunted by
exorbitant costs, reservations or driv-
ing and parking hassles because it vvas
their night to forget, relax and enjoy.
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That long-awaited day finally ar-
rived for over five hundred Seniors on
june 10, 1977. With the threat of rain
in the early morning, everyone feared
that Friendly's string of sunny gradua-
tion days had come to an end. How-
ever, the day turned out to be beauti-
After two days of practice and some
long pep talks by Mr. Vann the day
had finally arrived. Mr. jim Vance of
WRC-News 4-Washington, was the
Tassels were moved to the right,
caps were tossed into the air, parents
were located, pictures taken, and
gowns returned. Diplomas in hand,
the jubilant graduates attended a
farewell reception given by the junior
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Welcom To Warm Weather
The blossoming of an early Spring
was a welcome sight at Friendly,
especially after an unusually cold
Students came out of hibernation
and Spring Fever became a common
affliction. Signs of the new season
were visible everywhere as frisbees,
skateboards, sun-tanning, Friendly re-
lays, baseball and picnics suddenly
became the "in" things to do.
The school itself also underwent
major change when toilet paper, For
Sale signs and tires covered the
grounds. Spring also brought along
the inevitable shift of power from the
Seniors to the juniors.
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Slows Down Work
At the close of school the students
boarded their buses and headed for a
sunny spot to begin work on a great tan.
The air conditioning was turned off,
leaving the office staff and drivers edu-
cation students to improvise a cooling
system to make their work days beara-
Large fans were placed in the main
office and Mr. Gough moved his work
out to the main lobby in hopes of catch-
ing a breeze. However, the custodial
staff just put up with the heat while
cleaning the rooms.
Keeps Friendly Going
For a couple of hundred students,
drivers education classes seemed to be
the best way to spend the summer.
Three hours each day in the unaircon-
ditioned school was not easy to sit
through no matter how interesting the
classes. The instructors gave short
breaks which everyone used to get out-
side for fresh air or a visit to the Pepsi
At the conclusion of classes each day
students walked, biked, thumbed or
rode home in cars driven by parents or
friends, since these eager, beginning
drivers have not yet earned their drivers
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Long Needed Work
Along with the other construction
and reconstruction going on at
Friendly in 1977, the track and foot-
ball field underwent a major resurfac-
ing. The field suffered a great deal
with the addition of lights and games
being played every Friday and Satur-
day nights. Next season the field may
be used as many as twenty times in-
stead of five times as on a regular var-
The track has always been substan-
dard since it was never sealed prop-
erly and drainage has been a constant
The cost of these endeavors is very
high, but the use of this area is en-
joyed by so many that the venture be-
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Construction ot Yet Completed
Construction continued in the hot
summer days and with each day the
hopes of being in the new wing by
january seemed more possible.
As the beginning of summer many
pieces of heavy equipment scarred
the landscape and made it hard to
visualize the new face of Friendly.
The new Gym and tennis courts are to
be ready by the opening of school in
With construction nearing comple-
tion on some areas ofthe new wing,
workmen labor hard ripping apart the
rear corner of the newly built section
that was physically unsound. Correc-
tions to the earth will be made to carry
the weight ofthe walls.
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bring with it some new problems. lt
will be great to have the whole stu-
dent body in one building again but
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walks to Classes, and overcrowded
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