Frontier Central High School - Gateway Yearbook (Hamburg, NY)

 - Class of 1985

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Pay careful attention to the question number! 41 How Questions are Numbered: The first number is the category, the n the numbers of the question. eX.1-5-3 This is question 53 in Faculty ext two numbers are C ON TI N UAT I ON OF PLAY Use a coin or token and the game board t progress. o keep track of your 1 GATEWAY 1985 f FRONTIER CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Bay View Road Hamburg, New York 14075 Volume thirty-three l 5? fr? ' f N f Q Qt if.. A ic t Iust as falcons pursue their prey, Frontier students pursue Q- ,lr , 4 a variety of things. All students pursue academics to some yi degreeg we all come to learn. But, there are many types of M - learning. There is a great deal of knowledge to be found 'F outside the classroom, in things such as clubs and sports. The interest of the students is evident in the popularity of clubs such as the language ones. The good records of our sports teams indicates that the athletes are pursuing and obtaining their goals. Here at Frontier, there are many ac- 1 ,if tivities that aim at promoting school spirit. There is certain- . l f ly a lot of it here. This is evident in the popularity of such things as Homecoming, the dances, and the attendance at lf' sporting events. Perhaps the most important thing that we pursue here is friendship. The special friends that we have I I. L . 1 made here will be with us forever. Even though times will , . ,5,h+'A?,'i change, we will always have our memories and friends. ' W IT ' Since one of the things we pursue here is knowledge, the ' y '- "Y fl 5. idea of a Frontier trivia game is an excellent way to test what .5 4 V - lf' we have learned about our school heritage and about each ' 1 - other. Each of the categories is designed to see how much we 1 , f, g - , y know about the various elements of the total picture of life at , - 1 il f f A' Frontier. The Gateway staff hopes you enjoy the challenge. p b ' f t g v f A J TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction . . 3 Staff . . . . 9 Seniors ......... 33 Senior Directory. . 81 Iuniors ..... . . 99 Sophomores.. . 119 Sports ....... . 137 Organizations . . . 167 Index ......... . 202 Trivia Answers. . . . 206 2 flutroduction In Pursuit o Spirit The school spirit here at Frontier is the best found anywhere, it's clean Spirited cheers at Rich Stadium. ' Everyone roots for their own team. True school spirit. Greg's school spirit takes an unusual form. Mrs. Braunscheidel and Mr. Cordier get in the act. Introductionf3 In Pursuit 0 Academics Lunchtime in computers. We're more fun to look at than amoebas! x A o Help! We've got stage fright! Paul is doing homework for a change. 4 X Introduction you're sure to find something to interest you. Whether it's Math, Business, or Chorus, or you take Drama with Mn Norris, unless your class is an absolute zoo Sandy gomg through the trlals of typmg. Are you sure this is the right stuff? Introduction f 5 In Pursuit o a Little Bit Extra It's sorority initiation time! Yummy-u Spanish cultural. In the winning spirit at the dance uf , - . , ,,. .,.,N.,..m-f-s---+M---A+"-v'Antik 6 X Introduction The band does its best. ,,,4l" jay tries to be incognito at Frie-ndly's. Tension before the big ga The school year has just barely begun, but already we're out looking for fun! me. Bill and Danelle in dress rehearsal. Introductionf7 InPursuit of Friendship Make new friends, but keep the oldg One is silver and the other gold. i Group study for the Physics test! V it ,,,.,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,, ,fr I V ' 1 Friends relax during play rehearsal. Good friends and great ice cream. It's more fun to work together. Sheila and Mary Ann: best of friends. 8 f Introduction ' 1 x 1 Board o Education I. Baker K. Ballard 4' S. Figiel E. Gorman D. Harrington W. Horn M. Neal N. Wood x X 2 X I uw get r 2 M ' , lx i Tip ill EE Q5 ggi ig flrir S' x rl lil? tif ll 2 ily J X 10fSchool Board W Zak I. Plumer L. Schaller Board Clerk Treasurer Administration 5 -E , Q. 3 E Sag iw, A Dr. Richard Shands Superintendent E. Bradley Assistant Suptjlnstruction G. Baldelli Assistant Supt.fPersonne1 I, Meaney R. Rosinski Assistant Director of Health and Supt,fBuginegg Physical Education Central Administration X 1 1 Semor H1gh Headquarters K. Courtney Asst. Principal ' , Y Y . P ,n..,,A,,A,MS ,... ,k ,XX.,, M..,X,,N, 4 . 'L' I. Sullivan Principal if S 3335 E. O'Reilly Asst. Principal C . Yetrnan Secretary wa. : .. 1ZfSenior High Office C. Tomczak Secretary M. Hart Secretary Guidance: Planning for the F uture D. Lucarelli Counselor C. Foy Secretary T. Ryan Counselor D. Klimowicz Secretory D. Salmon Counselor Guidancefl 3 The English department works to develop and im- prove the oral and written communication skills of Frontier's students. We achieve these ends through our study of various genres of literature, vocabulary, mechanical English rules, oral participation and the writing process itself. Be- cause the study of our lan- guage covers so many facets, each grade level investigates the previously mentioned skills, concentrating on a particular country's litera- ture and using the course of the previous year as a devel- opmental building block. TOP LEFT? Does Mr. Sullivan find humor in his class? MIDDLE: "Who took my doughnuts and coffee?" RIGHT? "C'mon Mr. Starr, do we have to go over grammar again?" 14 X Faculty Words of Wisdom p M. Braunscheidel i N. Falkner 3 ? 3 . at X . . Q--gf gf .1 ci we -svfsslziisgs 1 .1 -ft 'rswsktf sv f W 5,9 . . f 'il - r ls X G. Brumagin D. Ceccarelli .gp k.-.. we--gz,..,,:gi l Q . A 1 L. Gates W Korthals 1 x x .. .. ,,.,. -r t 'S R. Meyers D R. Norris D. Palmer K. Starr Ma. Sullivan Mi. Sullivan 7 lllt i.'i'. W. Weeks N. Wyzykowskl Nl 'N , W. if is W F fel . A . . .. . ,.,.,...y... I s ..y.., N, .,,,...., 5- X Helping Us Understand the Past I. Baker R. Haines .5 R ' R 'SL 5 f ' 2: QEJ. 61135 I. Iehle K ,,,. X . A I. Iohnston R. Schranz "'i --ii f f nn n nnn nnn 'R ,. ii A. LL, if , nnnnb f ' , n n 1QgffQ'ffg S. Wappman X ' A X " - frffff' - -- s 'M X X Q Q X H :fp S h . i . iiiiii1i2g 111.im R. Biersbach R Hickey G. Ienkins I ' 'ins f f :flu ,R A ..., , A ,M V -.. . ,BELV gif I . -21115 I. Kerr R Stevenoff TOP LEFT Mrs. jenkins with a smile for the camera. MIDDLE: Mr. Haines holding the fate of his stu- dents in his hands. LEFT? Mr. john- ston making up more torturous homework assignments. Mathematics: An Expanding Field TOP RIGHT? Destroy Program:? What will they come up with next? MIDDLE RIGHT Mrs. Ray- mond in action. BOTTOM RIGHT? This is the strategy - try and get the mutants before they capture your humanoids. BOTTOM LEFT? "Look, I don't know how to solve it, I only copy what's in the book!" The objectives of the mathemat- ics program at Frontier are twofold. First, we try to give the students an appreciation of the development of mathematical concepts and how these concepts have led to improve- ments in today's society Secondly our sequence of mathematics courses is designed to prepare stu- dents for the academic or working world. The implementation of two new computer courses will help re- H. Bahruth A. Capuani alize these objectives. HW' . D. Gromek M. McClintock D. Patronik M. Resetarits 16fFaculty M. Raymond . ,. . , -is X i s .., -. tx sang 5 K S t i, kr . 5 :gig-,, , .... . R. Tone ss no jr, ' " as M. Troy W Wilde Takmg of BUSIHGSS - V. S ., , . is D. Bailey M. DollmanA 'L' .2 w m,mAA "1A E. Hoffman M. Kraft 'i, Y 'Qi X N. s 5' . X N. Lyons W Raupp a aa f f L pi af,f .f : , A , Vmh g Q ,Q Sis' M ff if -1 fx K .113 ... ts: ss. i s X F - N X xx -x i X xx 5 in i 75 i - st- x 1 X K . 1 G. Santoro M. Santoro i..i at ifgft, f- .Jw 1,:1..g....- - ,ix -5. . I I. Tarnish H. Wiltberger TOP LEFT? Mrs. Hoffman does her daily exercises. MIDDLE LEFT? Now do you seriously expect me to believe that? BOTTOM LEFT Mr. Santoro seems baffled by the camera. MIDDLE RIGHT? The al- ways smiling Mrs. Dollman. BOTTOM RIGHT? Mrs. Wiltberger takes a well deserved break. Futuring was the term used to de- scribe the curriculum revisions that brought us courses like Business Dyn- amics, KeyboardingfBusiness Com- munications, Personal-Business Man- agement, Business Data Processing, and Office Procedures. These enabled the Business 8: Marketing Education Department to provide new sequences for the class of '85. Coping with change, a unit of study in all of these sequences, is a fact of life for Business gl Marketing Education. Now that the Futuring Curriculum has been imple- mented, plans are already under way to prepare the class of '89 for the elec- tronic office, computers, and informa- tion processing. Our goal is to provide Frontier students with the skills they will need for business and marketing careers in the '80s and '90s. Facultyfl 7 Academic Excellence in Language and Special Ed fl: gcaae - rw .4-.NN W Waawfr f ' e ' . 3 K ' '1 .. .. K' -' 1g1fH"'V" ' ' We are all members of a world communityg we cannot live in isolation. The study of languages is essential to prepare all of our students with their diverse interests and levels of learning, for a richer tomorrow through cross-cultural un- derstanding of both the oneness and uniqueness of various societies. The Frontier Senior High offers French, Polish, German, Latin, Spanish and Italian. Students may take a long se- quence in one language culminating in the New York State Comprehensive examination or continue to take the Ad- vanced Placement test in the Senior year for university credit.'For those students who only would like an introduc- tion to a different culture and language, the Frontier Lan- guage Department offers conversational courses in Spanish, Polish, German, Italian and French. TOP LEFT? Mrs. Koss hard at work. TOP CENTER: "Who forgot to put their name on the quiz? It was a good idea! BOTTOM CEN- TER: Miss Duggan, a new teacher at Frontier this year. The Exceptional Education De- partment at Frontier Senior High School strives to attain individual academic excellence with each stu- dent enrolled in the program. More- over, great emphasis is placed on each young person's ability to inter- act with the people and the environ- ment around them, not only in school, but in the real world as well. The program includes two resource rooms that service high school stu- dents who are mainstreamed into regular classes throughout the school day and two self-contained classrooms that provide more inten- sive and individual service. 1 18fForeign LanguagefSpecial Ed. F Bacardi M. Costello R. Pollinger t X , , l . , ,... F X W s - .f...ff.zfffm,. , ut, in A a l X K iiesfl- ..' r -,-, if T f" E r 'W' '-"' " 'A Q ' ' ""'r ".' 22' "-- r 'i" K ,,.V, H A S at , 5 A. Szczesny I. Warner R. Dickman M. Duggan L. Koss A. Orcutt I. Sabuda Exploring the Practical Uses of Science M. Cavalcoli W Devitt N. Infante D. Trawinski M. VanHoff ii if TOP: "Who's been drawing cartoons in my book?" MIDDLE LEFT? "Now don't write this . . . " MIDDLE RIGHT Miss Trawinski and company BOT- TOM LEFT? C'mon Mr. Infante, give us a smile! ......J i pp I' Q x . Q--- 1 ' s . ' f1'1111I1'ffzf??s'xs - , t P 2- - . f '- - "" 1 . ' ..... . .,,,. i .. V The Science Department hopes to be able to expose and interest students in the broad field that is covered by the term science. While we are limited with what We can cover in the courses we presently have, we try to show practical uses to go along with the theory that is covered in class. In the future we would like to be able to intro- duce a greater variety of elective courses than what is offered now. All of the members of the Department are Well prepared in more than one area and are always Will- ing to help students in their specific fields. Science X 19 Industrial Arts has a responsibility to prepare individuals to perceive, cotpe with, an control technology, and of ers the means to assess and influence technology's impact on society and the environment. In- dustrial Arts rovides an essential part of all people's edjucation. By providing exploratory experiences, Industrial Arts promotes human adaptabil- ity, thereby building transferable skills, knowledge and attitudes which can be ap- plied to further schooling, employment, and productive citizenship. I.A. thus con- tributes to individuals' abilities to select, prepare for, enter, and succeed in existing or emerging occupations of their choice and are provided with the flexibility need- ed to make future career changes. Industrial Arts helps individuals to de- velop self-sufficiency and presents excep- tional opportunities for constructive use of leisure time, it facilitates growth in person- al, home, and family management areas, and instills safety and consumer related skills. Through activity centered learning, In- dustrial Arts provides experiences which assits all students to discover their techni- cal interests and capabilities. Its laboratory setting is conducive to an experience-based study of adaptive technical systems through which experimentation and inno- vations are encouraged, and where prob- lem solving skills mature. Stressing diversi- ty and breadth of program, Industrial Arts unveils the mysteries of technology for all future citizens. 20 X Industrial Arts IA Offers Valuable Experience A. Fini I. Gober I.. I e R. Kyser TOP: Mr. Faust relaxing between classes. BOTTOM LEFT? Mr. Chavel, our camera shy photography advisor. BOTTOM RIGHT: Gober in a rare moment of serenity Creativity That Appeals to the Senses A. Liaros K Taylor wwf L. Albert I Ortner - ' sa. .tw TOP RIGHT "See, We didn't burn it - we forgot to put it in!" BOTTOM LEFT? Mr. Albert in a thoughtful pose. BOT- TOM RIGHT? Mr. Ortner making beau- tiful f?J music. Home Economics courses pro- vide girls and boys with living skills they can use today and in the future. Basic Foods and Advanced Foods courses include nutrition, shopping, and managing time and effort in meal preparation. Pizza, tacos, yeast rolls, Baked Alaska, cheese cake and pot roast are a few of the foods prepared by these classes. Basic Clothing and Advanced Clothing courses allow students to make garments that fulfill wardrobe needs. Wearable gar- ments constructed are blouses, slacks, jumpers, dresses, jackets and shorts. Interior Decorating and Crafts classes learn room decorating with color, wallpaper, carpeting and furniture. Crafts include needlepoint, embroidering, cro- cheting and hooking rugs. Independent Living students study careers,-budgeting, and apartment living. They construct a garment and learn how to repair and care for clothes. The students use microwaves and other appli- ances to prepare a Basic Four breakfast, a complete meal such as lasagna, and a holiday turkey dinner. Home Economics X Music X 21 Helping to Keep Us All Healthy The physical education program has as its goal the personal and group attainment of knowledge, skills, and attitudes which contrib- ute toward active, healthy, and safe behavior and fruitful lives. K-6: The primary program pro- vides for the development of basic movement and body management skills, coordination skills, self-ex- pression, and verbal communica- tion. The intermediate program provides opportunities for pupils to develop a higher degree of profi- ciency in basic movement and to synthesize these basic skills into complex situations in games, fit- ness, gymnastics, aquatics, rhythms and dance, and a variety of sports. 7-12: The secondary program pro- vides more complex basic move- ment and body management oppor- tunities than those offered in the elementary schools. The program is diversified and offers a wide range of activities. Increasingly, the em- phasis is on lifetime sports, lifetime fitness, leisure time, and adventure sports activities. TOP LEFT Isn't Senior Lounge exciting Pink? CENTER: Mrs. Craw- ford caught in the act. BOTTOM RIGHT? Mr. Schaller acting as assis- tant principal. if R. Albert R. Pinkowski rss .Q ss N. . S t ,QM-if , ..... Q i is cg,-f-'NX .f R Schaller S. Stamer Q.. i '.ii I ' . , its . .. ttal . i . . iifi t a vai itaa . Barrett I Whalen The secondary health course is designed to import health information to students which will enable them to live a more healthful, satis- fying life in their future. The emphasis is on mental health and personality development with specific units on physical health, sociologi- cal health problems, community and environ- mental health and education for survival. This year the Frontier district implemented a pilot project for the K-3 level entitled "Primary Grades Health Curriculum - Growing Healthy." This program will provide highly or- ganized, comprehensive, sequential program of health education that integrates completely with the basic curriculum. Students will gain a better understanding of their senses, bodies, and good health practicesg develop a positive health attitude towards themselves and their commu- nityg and be able to make informed decisions about personal health practices. The district will consider adopting the curriculum within the near future for levels 4-7 td provide further continuity of the total health program. Z2fHealth 8: Phys. Ed. H J N Crawford Working Behind the Scenes at Frontier HOW 1: 'II Santoro, C. Ernst. ROW 2: E. Cramer, A. Ieffers, M. Hacic. HOW 3: G. Forti, D. Horton, 1. Hanneman, I. Furlage, E. Grajeda. MISSING: S. Decarlo. ABOVE: Mrs. Santoro takes a break from a hectic schedule. LEFT? Resting during the calm before the storm. D. Mahoney Attendance Secretary L. Gasper AV Secretary Cafeteria Help 8: Secretariesf23 24 f Maintenance Baokstaizfs at Frontier x S. Piniewski Library Secretary , x gf , X I: rvww1-wfmf,,.mw . HOW1 R Markel I Hallman B Compton ROW2 R France M McChntock W Fhck Mark is a little upset with his ex-wife. Debbie re-reads her farewell letter. The Twelve Pound Look D ma Club presents An Evening of One Act Plays ,794 MMA! nf Debbie tells Dawn how she became a secretary Lady Simms ........ Dawn Tomaszewski Sir Harry Simms .... Mark Murzynowski Tombes fa butlerl ...... Iwan Bondarenko Kate ............. . . . Deborah Weese Playf25 Red Carnations A Man .... Michael Wagner A Boy ..... Steven Gjurich A Girl .... Mary Catharine Harney 26 X Play Steve and Mike are ignoring each other. Stay away or V11 hit you with my parasoll N522 fri 5 jj? . ifirrii get t .,-, . "'k , -. r-'I -"'- "h- I 1 K -ima. Does Steve have heartburn?? a Danelle kisses her son goodbye. The Old Lady Shows Her Medals Danelle Barrett Karen Tirnmel Ianine Partridge Tully ......... .... S ue Connelly Wilkinson ....... ..... I ohn Rivera Mrs Dowey ....... Mrs Miokleham .... . . . 'l Mrs Haggerty .... WW Rev Pvt. Kenneth Dowey tllt Bill LaPiana Danelle gives us one of her famous looks. Having a cosy chat over tea. A Parting is such sweet sorrow Playf27 This year Homecoming was Oct. 20. Its theme was Rumble in the Iungle The King and Queen crowned at the pep as- sembly were Bob Falcone and Kim Mazon The Senior attendants were Herb Schultz and Sandy Sanetz. Attending for the Iu- niors were Blake Bednarz and Renee Phil- lips. The Sophomore attendants were Gary Toporek and Amy Verbanoff. Reports from H E Homecoming 1 985 o it 'Q is , , . "3 I an the sports teams were then given, and last- ly the games. This year's games included the tricycle race, wheelbarrow race, three- legged race,the rootbeer chug, the pie-eat- ing contest, a banana pass, and then the famous tug-of-war. This year there was a new group of participants - the teachers! They may have ended in last place, but it wasn't from lack of effort! The Seniors end- ed up winning the games. On Friday night, an old tradition was re- vived - that of the bonfire. At the bonfire was a contest to see who, by using a sledge- hammer, could dent a car the worst. Saturday morning the Homecoming Pa- rade started from Blasdell Elementary, with the band in the lead, followed by the floats. In the afternoon, the stands were packed for the Homecoming football game. The Falcons played a great game, earning a vic- tory over Maryvale 7 to 0. Aren't I cute?? 28 f Homecoming SAMJQ Day CX be MP0 3 . g 2 b g Q X , I if' s 8 W A PM - iff?- 15 5 l 'fr lt! f s 'ti fmL.u,-sv.-Q: ,-s., ts of. Vila fr -A lt., . ., Q, . .MQ .5 X.. na. X . ,, ...Mn ,, xg The halls are such jungles these days! ST Another victim of the Frontier Flasher! xg. W..- 'J -, RM Balbierz back to pass . . . 5 What relief - half time's over! The famous falcon and friend. Qgw HS' SENIORS are number 1! Homecomingf29 The thrill of victory Blake gets advice on chugging from Mr. C Iuniors struggle through tug-of-war, 30 X Homecoming Rumble in the jungle On Saturday evening the dance was held from 8 to 11 pm. An excellent band, X- Dreams, played a variety of music. The most unusual occurence during the dance was that the fire alarms went off. The students were evacuated from the building and the police and fire department arrived to investigate. Apparently one of the band's special effects involved smoke which set off the alarms It was annoying but the people soon got back into the sw1ng of partying This year s Homecoming was a great suc cess The varlety of activities were well at tended and it seems that a good time was had by all Workmg hard to entertain the crowd Mr Sabuda and len discuss strategy Don s happy about something' Deb and Mark enjoying the dance Homecom1ngf31 , . . 9 . . . . . , . . . . . 1 I 5, QUESTION: Who Are the Big Kids on the Block? How Who Who Who Who Who Who Who Who Who Who Who Wha What Who Who Who Who Who t Who Who Wh o Who Who Who Whic Wh1C Who Who Who Who Who Who Who 66 Who ANSWER: SENIORS CEE Cwq Senior Trivia many seniors are in the class of 1985? known as Waffle 'P known as Snooze 'P semor class adv1sor'P called Fen 'P Front1er s foreign exchange student from Italy the tallest member of the senxor class? or1g1nally monitored senior lounge? IS known as Ch1co 'P IS Crash 'P s An1mal 'P 1 1S known as B 'P l senior IS known as 12X 'P IS Iay Trrepel s real ftrst name? IS known as Shorty 'P 1s Iggot or Reckless 'P was Rooster 1n Anme'P IS known as Rat 'P IS known as Bruno 'P senlor s mckname IS Itch 'P played Penelope Sycamore 1n You Can t Take It With You'P IS known as Omar 'P IS known as Bucky 'P 1S called Zulu 'P IS called Flex 'P was a Nat1onal Merxt F1nal1st'P h SGHIOIS have parents on the Senlor H1gh faculty? h sernor known as Ozzy was the Boys State Representat1ve'P E L Famous P called Emma or Fatty 'P known as Bubsle 'P known as OB 'P called Buffy 'P known as Spandex 'P called Waddles 'P known as Mongo 'P 11. . 12. is " ". 13. is " ' ". 14. is ' ' . 15. is " ". 16. is ' ' ' ? 21. is ' . 22. ' ' ' ' . 23. ' " ' ". 24. ' " ". 25. ' " ' ". 26. ' " ". 31. ' ' " ". 32. ' ' ' ' . 33. ' " ". 34. ' " " " ". 35. " " ' ' . 36. ' " ". 41. ' " ". 42. Wha ' ' ' A ' " ". 43. ' ' ' . 44. ' " M ". A , 45. ' Q " ". 46. ' " ". 51. ' " ". 52. , ' ' ' ' . ' 53. ' ' ' ' . 54. ' ' " " ' ' . 55. is " . . ". 56. is " " " ". 61. is " ' ". 62. is " ". 63. is " ". 64. is " ". 65. is " ". . is " 'P. ' Do cheerleaders deliver milk? Can I get down now? Bill takes time out from computers to smile for the camera. Tell me she's not sleeping?! in 'ilifji Q QQ' K K ,I .. ' . .il 5 l V -me 1 . ' Check out those legs! 'K 4 34fSeniors w""f'-59 if. g l 1 1 A Come over here, Shelly! Can we go in yet? I want to get a shower! How long must we hold these smiles? FF lr? R., A The ultimate feat - lighting o bunsen burnenl Run that by me one more time?! t ff- -3 ' ,Q gm, ' l iw 1 1 D 'cgi Cx 4 W L ,. M ,-'Z-ww " x ' At least they like one of their classes! Nancy Frank-tennis pro! Such enthusiastic fans! Seniors f 35 The crew and thelr advisor? VJ 1 n I love French It s good for my msommo' What C1 bunch of plcture hogs! 1 W- un. W, 3 W. .-ui A romantic stroll through the park. Look at that girl! Senior girls pose before the "BIG GAME!" Mau-M.. "Handsome" Come over here and say that! Tom mulls over game plan. Everything's setg I paid the ref! Seniorsf37 ff,.f-"N-. An exciting day at the football game. 38fSeniors 'U Q Mike poses before practicing his driving Look at the birdie. ls 'WHFPL Here's looking at you! Smile Pretty! Pay attention when I'm talking to you. Give me Q "V"! Q iw Star softball player works among the stars. , ,,f.,.-" Watch out, comin' through! Home Sweet Home! Seniors X 39 40fSeniors .Karen ,fdbfdlll .!4JaWlCZgL BHFLHFH .J4JaWlCZyL Cllaurie .fdfan muff .z4nolra.4Lo gennihar .fdppenlzewrlr grin Zgalfer V lQoLerf guL yuh .xgzzarefdz .jbiane gaL Stephen ga5il'l5Li gilflfdfle KUAJBI' glzriafoplzer gafgierz .jgaflzryn Bafdefg pau! ganniafer Ianefdz garreff lina Barfofomeo Wichaef gurfodzffi pw-wwmvmw. V ii Z K. 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The senior class started the year by Working on hall decorations for Homecoming and then preparing a float for the annual Homecoming pa- rade. A button sale Was orga- nized for Homecoming as Well as the Section VI football play- offs at Rich Stadium. The Senior Class Indian Adoption Campaign ended No- vember 2. This annual activity supports two Indian children, providing them with food, clothing. and other necessities. 46 X Seniors jimoflly grawforaf WiclceA lixdkaaanzlr lawn Iamafeffer Sudan .ibarner ijoclaf marwin .xdffyn maui! jbuafi mean 90Ll'l .Defaney garofyn .ibedmane lQoLerf .ibiefricf Cllr-iafa momfrowaf-i laude!! .lrubfilf ' 7 . Joaepfl ibufreuifa jeff? luke lgoferf Ebijfauio 30110118 The Senior Class officers choose Prom fa- vors and Graduation announcements in early November. After that, they organize the Christmas Flower Sale. Also at Christ- mas time, the Senior Class may make addi- tional contributions to charities such as the Salvation Army or the Buffalo News Needy Family Fund. On February 16, Senior Class sponsored a Sadie Hawkins Dance. Also in Feburary was Cap and Gown measurements for all seniors. Preparations for Class Day the first Fri- day in Iune, began in March. Senior Class officers began prom preparations in April by selling tickets and checking on all other arrangements and details. The Prom was May 18 at the Convention Center. The last activity of the Senior Class is Graduation. The rehearsals are the Thurs- day and Friday before graduation which is Iune 23 at 2:30PM. in the auditorium. 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Seniorsf77 Jdaifa Mom said there'd be days like this! Are three heads better than one? -- '- "-W' 31' lllullxunnn K may , ,..,. Oh darn! This doesn't work. Banelle, come down to earth! - Say what?? 78fSeniors .W gi ,Q v. -Li an ' s it ,, Wwe 'Ei' iq! -17+--g I . , i i Look out 'cause here I come! My mommy usually dresses me. A 'f if file mi B T23 5 me-fi-.gfggi V .qw 'g X K 3 1 Mm Win.: The best part of giving blood-the end. 1 talk about needing a flouride treatment The first Bio lab ofthe year. Our resident mad scientist. Seniors! 79 kA 'S rf if Lia imagines Pete Townshend sunbathing! "I do not look like Nick Rhodes! I "He's been like that since he ate lunch!" 80fSeniors Senior Directory KAREN ANN ABRAM, Thanx Buds Dezi 8: Chelebaby - Palmlady YL Ham- burg gang-Omar-Saranac 8: Windy Gap Senior Football-Charlaps-Florida- Bound Luv Ya Mom 8: Dad-Excuse Me! lKentI Hughey. AMYADAMCZYK, To The Great TIMES at Frontier! I'll never forget Highbanks Quebec Picnics Special Thanks To My Good Friend Michelle 1 8: 2 Beth MH ML DN and ESP jc BARBARA ADAMCZYK, Take all the time you spend wishing for tomorrow and spend it making today come true. Thanx KOIILB MNKVCB DWC BK CP HR AI OB BM DK SW TN KL LR HC SP RSI LUV YA DAN LAURIE ALLEN, I've had a lot of great memories in these past years. Thanks to my friends, Donna, Botgtblokzrs and esp. RUSS 3f9f84! 'I LOVE YOU MOM AND DADI' NINA ALMENDINGER, I LOVE YOU ED 4-EVER KW IAFDWI KSTR "84" RECKERS "BS" lives onfSTADIUM- BOUNDfRAHSfRidgefBeachfClass Day X "Dinger Parties Forever" memories will never die. KAREN AMABILE, FORGET YESTER- DAY I am where I am I know where I could have been had I done what I did not do what can I do today to be where I want to be tomorrow. IENNIFER APPENHEIMER, of all the things I gave the best is friendship thanx for the memories: Soph yr. Fall RTP The Rocks you're Red BRUCE Love ya Kris DM Bug Iud Con CCMSDB ERIN BAKER, Thanx to all my friends for making High School super always re- member zock the hole NYC WENDY IONI I miss you Timmy I LOVE YOU always mom 8: David. DIANE BAKER, I'll always remember all the good x's WXRB. all the trouble we got into 8: getting off. Good partying x's with RBDYPNP BNCKMRBCTDIISLS- DETVTS. WEEKEND 10-26-28. ROBERT BAKER, Tech elect interesting but hard Thanks RS IS FOR the help. Good luck IG PD BK BM and RC and all CRAZY EIGHT PLAYERS. CHRIS BALBIERZ, Var F-Ball 8: Baseball "Stadium" Thanx Mom 8: Dad 8: Rob. - BartsBest - "OZ', NICK BUCK IEFF TV RG PORT MICK-H-Room KB DB EB DB -SFBBCC GSWAFFSR8:IRAOBC DM MR. SRZ. It paid off BLAKE. KATHY BALDELLI, "I only want to see you laughing in the Purple Rain" - Prince. Thanx to all my friends who made my senior year special, esp. Lisa 8: Shawn. Rahs Forever. DANELLE BARRETT, PLAYS 8: MUSI- CALS tennis team good luck to ALL MY BUDDIES! LW ML SW SL SB DB DW SG TT KD NF CB CR LB EB KB ESP PAT and MIKE See you from the stage . . . DINA MARIE BARTLOMEO, I'll never Forget All the memories at Frontier or my Friends that made the x's great Thanx Lisa, Dawn, KimespPLAURA - MBBF! GD LK CB MB WW KB LB GS 'RON I LUV U 4-ever! BYE MICHAEL I. BARTOLOTTI, "BART" - Turf, Hawks, Boogers - Good times at MH - OZTURG BUCK MICI IBINZ GUY GROGRE DWAFFL ES 8: BCDMPN INSFWW Thanx - M 8: D 8: Esp. Tam. I'm leaving on a jet plane 4f8f83 I Luv U. CHARLENE BAXTER, Always Remem- ber The Good X's wfFay, PB, MB,fGRAPESI Mousey, GARY T, ME, LS, and MY LITTLE INICKINBOKERSI Love Ya All! Best X's wf The Class of '85 SANDRA BECKER, 2 The Best times + the Best friends Thanku fo a Funky Time col Ig Iam Mar Snooz Shil IN WTF Bichn 2 Ski or nt 2 Ski Legal N VT Let's Go Crazy Grem!!! MICHELLE BEDARD, Best x's were spent wfAmy 8: Michele Thanx every- one MH AA MI NB, DN DW BS DC SD Memories: Picnic, Camp, 23, b'day par- ties. I'll always luv you MARK M8:M PAT BEERS, To Bad it didn't work Tracey, your loss. Navy For b. Thanx for your support 8: help little buddy. Don't forget me. ROCK ME TILL I'M BURNED TO THE BONE!!!!! KATHY BECKO, Now as the time passes by I wish to you all the best to become the one you dreamt of being one which will be happy and full of success Thanks M8:DKKSVIGSH LEDA BELSENICH, Oh Go! You trendies. Gotta Boog? Let's go crazy! WP men "sly" Rude. That's all folks. Best of Luck to: MCH LIA AS PW LB KB IK SH THANX MOM 8: DAD! 85 IOE BEYEA, All of my love to Sandy Yes all of my love you you! Zeppelin Forever, til the juice runs down my leg! DW Bingo! 0-69YEA! DHSM MBTD 1oE LOVES SANDY!! MICHELLE BINGENHEIMER, Well IT'S BEEN REAL THANX MOM 8: DAD. MEMORIES Iean Carol Kim 8: kids. Hey dude lets party May 10! Mickey 8: Bob 4 ever LI, MIACELRFIMKZ CONNIE BISH, Always Remember the good times we've had. Even though time goes on memories last forever. Thanks mom 8: dad DB LW LT SB SI SI DB CB DB IB DB AB DB LAURIE BLACHA, It's been a short trip but the end is not here. Never forget TB EG DK KR SD LK IM GREAT Times ANYWHERE 8: EVERYWHERE - DEB - I Think Thanx Mom 8: Dad TAMARA BLAYLOCK, Thanks for all the wonderful memories over the years. I'll never forget ya! esp. Mom 8: Dad -- LOT GLARD DBBB - Tom 8: Mark!! "Memories" Brian I love You!! WN BRIAN BLYTH, Paul wanders and is lost Memories are only as good as those who have them. Swimming 83-84 Toronto 'S PK CO IK DB GE IT THANX RG Prom 84 GOODTIME LS NANCY BOEHM, Gimme 3 steps to- wards the door 'cause I'm as free as a bird now!!! Love ya Lia CR IW KM CS CS AC Mom 8: Dad Life's just love 8: mir- acles out of nowhere! Smile TOM BONCORE, Always in a hurry never stop to worry dontcha see time fla- shin by you got to roll me and call me the Tumbling Dice. Hippie, Enser, Wine is SPUNKY!!! CHERYL BOND, Best of luck to all - always remember the great times in Pot- ter Road, Donna 8: Iudy, Thanxs to all Karen, CR NB, LA, MS, DM KK SI DD CH It's been real! BARBARA BOSER Thanx to GB CM KM MB CB 8: Everyone else. Babe! I love you 8: 4ever! I couldn't do it wfout ya! BLG 3.7.84 Best of luck to all! Party! "tZEPPE- LIN GOOD TIMES' LOVE YA GREG! DONNA BOWEN, Thanx to special friends RSBOKZBBLK MHDLWTKW TGTB IS Esp. Laurie rem senior lounge MICHELLE BRATEK, Always remember the good times wf RM CB IM LK PB 8: especially Karen ICHAIR CANDO SOCKSI Love Ya! I'll always love 8: never forget Ya Dave ! fHurkI THANKS! LISA BRENNAN, "Our paths may neer cross again, but I have the memories. Thanx for all the good times rans! lcampl Luv ya Kath, Iude, "o", 8: friends, ESP- Dad, mom, and Family ELIZABETH BROOKS Today is today Tomorrow is tomorrow, But yesterday is only memories. FRIENDS FOREVER Lisa, Barb, Senior 1 lounge BS, BS, Play- ers AR DB MH KW and HC, Love you M 8: D IASON BROWN, IfI made you smile you made my life worthwhile never forget KC KM ER PC AD RH rifle Mr H. Seniors X 8 1 DEBORAH BUCHANAN, Never forget Roadkill, Chakakahn, nanano-Benchin it in b-ball DH DD NM Thanx buddies for makin my year so much fun - esp. "the gang" DOROTHY BUCK To my good friends good luck and remember the good times we had at FRONTIER to KS, IT, GS, PB, RE, LI, SM. CI, HAVE some more great times LOVE WILD DB PARTY F0685 PAULA D. BUGMAN Luv to all my friends - Mar, Cin, Kris, Ien Bob. Thanx for our fun times esp. Dan 9f30f84. Can't hold back, BONNIE LANE, BLIND DATES, MD COOKIES. I LUV U MOM AND DAD RENEE BURNS Thanx to all my friends for the good times KMDT DGPN CTDY MBII NBAC TSRB DHSL SDBI KPBI ISMC I'll never forget the good times! DB had a lot of great x's THANXXXXX PAUL CACKOVICH To the good times IA CC INXOUT TRACK GOOD FRIENDS TW, ER, VC, KS, CG, IK, RD, KK, RIW, BB, Cruncher, Cap thanks for all your encouragement, Keep on running, HI 6'1" MARIA CAMPOLI, "And she's buying a stairway to Heaven" ZEPPELIN LIVES Remember all the good partyin' times Esp WXDUDE Thanks Mom 8: Dad Terri Dick TI Luv Ya Pigmer IOE CAPASSO, Varsity Search 8: Destroy The only thing I feel when I kill is the recoil of my rifle. Thanx Ma, Pa, Mr. H. TLAD KCCOTW NKMPPKZBK The Hole In Half with An M60 HEH STEVE CASUCCIO, enjoyed my stay at FCS, always remember MZ, TK, RR BW, LED ZEP U65 CHEVYI thanks to ma 8: pa, BEACH, RIDGE, SMITH, WRESTLING. SOUR SMOKE SHOW, 38 SP, NEVER FORGET YOU AV ANN MARIE CARDONE, Thanks for the memories we'll always be together at the ridge, VS TI KD MG IG ID NV CM KK LW SD SB TR MI RM HR IG MD LZ IG IL MB SP VH I couldn't have done it wfo you. IUDY CHERNISS, ALL OF MY LOVE TO SHAWN KELLY Led Zeppelin "Thank you" Rusty 8: Puff forever ORANGE CA- MARO Thanx to KSK, PW, IS, PD, MZ, Remember the Ridge! Beach, Prom '84! EMF VINNIE CIUFFETELLI, "You look mar- velous, you know who you are out there" Thanks to all my friends who made high school great esp+ ERPCGR fhilariousI TDCGRMRRIMWINKD "' LUV YA KIM. KEVIN CLIFFORD, Regents, Varsity rifle team, Senior S8:DM RFTOAT TIAFP, Goonie goo goo WE ARE OUT OF HERE! Live life in the fast lane. WHICH WAY'S THE BEACH? HUH! 82 X Seniors TINA CLOOS, Great times wfgang! Memories to last forever - cabin, TR Hugs 8: lunch. Thanxs - GUYS - S-Q, FLEX, FERGS, BATES, KC, DR, FS, TE!! esp. DAVE luv ya all! 5th 8: Zep. IAMES COBB, Regents, V Soccer, BAND, "Preserve your memories, they're all that's left you." Love to friends esp. ME, MV IH, LP + KZ "Cutie" Uno, Beatles until we meet again. BILL COCKLIN, Regents, Thanks, M+D, Mudhole "Binzer" PK, IC, MS, RC, PD,TD, MB, CB, SK, IM, MK, GR CK, IG, BM, TBB, BW, BG, IP MS, ROMH, NEG. MHRF, GTIBL, IATER, DT, CHAMPION, POSAM, WAFFSE MHSC ROB COMPISE, For all the best times in school, Thanks to Mike, Pete, Tom, Bill, Darlene, Charlene, SB, 3Brew, IG, Tina, Binz, Don't Forget To Call. Good Luck 6481634 KRIS COMSTOCK, Through my voyage in life I'll be happy and free but one thing I'll be is me - IEN-StoshFFALred Donna Bug Dorte DMI UD CON T+B PR-CACB SUAY "'IIM"' OPENDOOR CHARLES CONTI, Always remember great times at Frontier Championship football team "RICH" 1120 Thanks to BB PL AC DK IM RF Esp Lisa "It's That Sim- ple" IB ID Track DECA BOBSY MICHELLE COOK, Mike I Love You Stairway to Heaven. Thanks Chester - Peeper -- IMSECHMM-SWHOLD ON TO YOUR DREAMS Don't give in. It's CasvalaleIgg 7f14-21f84 DOKMATTRP DEANNE COPPOLA, Live my life like there's no2morrow - Thanx Sue, NB LM RIDGE - Woodlawn - DL - Pretty Casual -- OOH Yeah - summer84 WXTK - Thanx MOM, DAD, Lisa, An- drea 8: Tony CRAIG CORSETTI, Mock trial Pit Band YCTIWY Blues Brothers Rule B DR-529 Its An Old MT Prospect Police Car Hal- loween 82 thanks Cap Band Picnics Homecoming 82, 83, 84 R 8: B TDMMSD TIM CRAWFORD, The good times will never be forgotten. Thanx to all my good friends RH ML RI TK IN KK AND espe- cially Iackie Thank you for the memo- ries. V Baseball. MICHELLE D'ALESSANDRO, Thanks buddies esp Desi 8: Abe Huey Lil Lisa Chelebaby Memior Foot Ball twizzla Palmmobide YL Windy Gap Country coolers' chelebaby Mom Dad I love you big guy "-45" DAWN DAMSTETER, Times spent wf friends will never be 4 gotten. Remem- ber B-Ball DHLSMHDB the bench was the best! Thanx to DBLSWWDBM BM I'll never 4get u's esp my BB Mitch 'PPP' SUE DARNER, If ya don't like the world you're living in, take a look around, at least ya got friends. Get it slick. SSLM, THANX TO DEE, MR, KR, DK, LB, NB, MS, MOM 8: DAD TODD I. DARWIN, Beating the competi- tion is relatively easy, but beating your- self is a never-ending commitment. Thanx: Vin, Ed, Cac, GR, RD, RI. You look marvelous! 85RULES! ALLYN DAVIS, Thanks for everything. The Best Times That I Ever Had Were on Stagecrew. Thanks to RS. TS. PN. PP AND THANKS TO MOM AND DAD, They did have something to do with it. DUSTI DEAN, Memories of Laura, Hei- di, Drama Club, Stage Crew, MC, DTIR, CL, DB, Track - LI, SI, CR, IM, ML, IW, KH, AMG, AE FORUM, Spanish. Always Remember Bake A-!! GERMAN TM. CAROLYN DESMONE, Thanx Esp Abe 8: Chele Palmytwizzla Hamburg guys YL MOOSE WindyGap 8: Florida best FB84 Luv you Mom 8: Dad Bona hockey Luv you Mike Sunglasses ICoreyI DIANE DEVINNEY, I Know it hurts to say Bye Bye But it's time for me to fly Thanx for a great year 8: the great times. Memories last forever Thanx SIKPMLKWCH KKLPLOEWRHBH MOM 8: DAD I LOVE YA ALL I LOVE IIMMY!!! PETE DIENES, "CCR RULES THE HIP SCENE" RIGHT IOE, Always remember the great times RCIGNKMR BCBMCCKZRPTL 8: 3 Brew Brian Road- trips St Louis Detroit LONG ISLAND PIGPEN! ROBERT DEITRICK, IRDI, X-c, Track, Good Luck RD ID TD PC MP IK RI SP PD IB BK RH VC MS KT ER BF BB PK WM SB KM I T. Thanks to alll!!! CHRISTA DOMBROWSKI, Your only here once, sure glad you were there dur- ing my once: IT SH CH MM KK SH KD KW LP TR. It's been FUN!! Take care!! PS. - Thanks MOM 8: DAD!! and BT. KELLY DONOVAN, Happiness may come 8: go but memories will last for ever. Thanx for being there - Wo 8: Tom, Ann, Michele, Amy Di esp. Rick CDSDKCSE - The Ridge, FLWfgrams IOE DUBREVILLE, Thanks to M8:D, RD, RD, MK, LI, KD, 8: ID, Good luck with whatever the Future Holds For You! IF YOU CAN'T BE GOOD, BE CARE- FUL!!!!! KELLY DUKE, My Best Times Were Spent With My Friends. Thanx Iudy Ra- chel, Colleen 8: Sandy. Esp. With my Dave l143I. I LUV U M8:D. Chipmunks Rule. CYO B-BALL, MD, DH, DN, MR ANDRE DUNLAP, Thanx to Mr. W., Schal 8: Schr STADIUM "84". FCS Tour- ney 83 Good Luck to Hughy, Desi, Little Guy, Karen. Elephant shoes you know who!! Go for it no pain no gain. IEAN DURETT, Great times at OP see ya at the Ridge. Thanx 2 my family. Karrie, Tina, Blondie Luv Ya Stan. Thank you - ZEPPELIN. Are we having Fun yet - KE. Bob-N-Arlene. ITSM! SUSAN ECKERT, The world is full of kings and queens that blind your eyes and steal your dreams. I'll never forget memories of MM CH ME GM CF SM HS OMW esp. RCG. Schmoo lives. KARRIE ELLIS, To all parties in OP keep it upifz Mark your always on my mind. I love ya Tina and Iean yous are the best. Remember the goodole days Liz. "ARE WE HAVING FUN YET?" GLEN ENDRESS, GlEndress Howdy Swim 81-85 BG Schemppes Its ok I'm APLys Ther I love you Mary Its all BUSH KGBEAMBOTTNBBS TIIH KZMWRGKWDK SS Thanks Mar WF82 NBDVCMYO I1-SI KEEP SMILING MICHELLE ENSER, IS IT OVER AL- READY? OH NO, NOW ON TO THE NEW WORLD! THANX EVERYBODY FOR ALL YOUR HELP AND GOOD TIMES Esp. MV IC,KZ, LR IH, 8: MY lov- ing brother? BYE. TIM ENSER, I'll trade you the three yrs. I spent in this school for a shot of YUKON anytime. A special thanx to the varsity partying team: BOONKA, HIPPIE, SPUNKY - LATER people MARY ELIZABETH ERNST, Friends for- ever: RAT, BUG, CIN, TEDY, FOZY! M8:M'S RULE KCBWCI! SH, LR8:SS. Al- ways remember the good times!! I LOVE YOU PATRICK, M8:D! SMILE: CVINBTDD!! CANEI8:WINGS! BETH EVANCI-IO, WEEZY The memo- ries are forever - Softball 441 "13' HOMECOMING '84 MHPPP Bonnie- TBeth"RISI-IEILCRKPBHM LILLLTMGE -love to my bestest buddy - ARLENE- IEN-THANX MOM AND DAD. BOB FALCONE, WRESTLINGT, RICH! HOMECOMING 83-84 Thanx for all the good times wf"IPIKIKBGGT ADLWPKMNWW TSTHMRBGMB CRGPPIIC BNKSGS - KIM I'll Always Love You - esp - Thankx MOM! FRED FERGUSON, Conceive Believe Achieve! DS,DB, TC, Casuccios 8: the GANG Get CRAZY! Why Not? SMO- KEM! Beach, Lifting and Racing rule! also thankx to AD, DS, KK, 8: Comstock. AUDREY FIELDSA, Thanxx to Mr. Korthals the best "Teacher" I ever had. He not only taught me about English, he taught me about life. Thanx to Mr. Sulli- van fMr. HartI CHRIS FILLIR, "What a long strange trip it's been." GRATEFUL DEAD RAY FISCHER, Thank you for all the good times, which there were many. The people closest to me: IT PS KP EP BE EL WN Thanks - Denise I love You. Good Luck!! Arrivederci! MARY FLETCHER, Love 8: Thanks to all my friends - esp LWPSKP for your sup- port! GLEN ENDRESS - Thanks for heaven - never forget ya - truly! Rain- bows, Hugs 8: Saranac - The Best! KIM FLIERL, Today might not last but my memories will! Thanks Dina, Lisa, Laura! Toilet Face - Flush 8: Sidekick- waffle Miss Maul cover me! ALWREM PORGE Var Soccer ALL THE WAY!! BOB FULTON, I love the friends I have gathered together on this thin raft. We have constructed pyramids in honor of our escaping. BOONKA, ENSER, SPUNKY AND THE BOTTLE! RON GABEL, It's time to move on. Thanks to all who helped me carry on. Remember all the treat times TB., EH., S.I., I.B., C.B., B.I., PB., D.S., K.B., SP, PATROL PARTY! TOM GANNON, What a long strange trip it's been: Grateful Dead Potter Road group is a big E M C R party of 84. Thank you Mr.Sabuda MTP TG. KIM GARBEROGLIO, Herb 1-4-3-7! Thanx 4 always being there 4 me rem Fla. 84 and all the good x's. Thanx SS ML MW SL CG CM KD esp. KAREN! Swim soccer ski and all the great x's! TRACY GASINSKI, Sum of 84 - Whoa! Niagara Falls - fatman -- prom - CCR - munchies - oh no! Thanks for all the great memories: Reeqs - TBLALOLFAK Kristen - esp. ERIC - I luv you! CALI- FORNIA. DENISE GEHEN, I'll remember all the good times and memories! esp. Florida 84. I thank Ray for all the happiness, I love You! I especially thank my Mom and Dad. GREG GIFFORD, The party's over. Who, Rush, Zeppelin, Yes, Floyd LONG LIVE ROCK!!! MHIBIKBWIB EMF FRONTIER KEN GILCRIST, Swim Team 83-85 - Hey Nerd! - 2a.m. paint job. LOVE BITES. Is this BUSH!? Mol and Mike, Glen+MF, SWCGMLBE Doug+Ross Ecology - TI, who left us. - Thank you all! U2Maria! COLLEN GILLEN, Friends r found on every road . . . but not like mine. Thanx: IME SNOOZ SAND I git IN ML CM BG KG esp. CHRIS: WTF! SKIING GREM PORSCHE! Wake me up B4 U GOGO BOB GILSON, Special thanks to Ioe L. 8: Arlene Durett. Happy skull to all the bathroom partiers. Its been a good year could of been better if Grott would have stayed. STEVEN GIURICH, The best memories are the times spent with the best of friends. Drama, Soy '84 Always remem- ber the great times together! MN AT LG KM, DT, NI, DG, VH, MN, RS, LR MH, GAG 8: SKI. BUCKY GLEASON, Buck: You can't change the past but you can create the future never forget the crew: BART- NICK TURG GUY MICK OZ TOM GROGS IIAND ALL MHRS I LOVE YOU KAREN 5-16-84 EILEEN GODIOS, Will always remem- ber special times at the SF Prom, and at Frontier with Patty Diane, GG, KG, LW, KB,LB,DK and especially Tommy. Thanx Mom 8: Dad! DIANE GONCIARZ, Thanx to my friends for the good X's 8: laughs. Could never have made it without ya! esp. MNEGKDSG IGSIKBLW CSAB Miss ya all! Scrubbies Purple 4-Ever. IOELLE GOSPODARSKI, If the sun re- fused to shine I would still be loving you - to my babe Rudy - someone very special 2 me! Wendy - Clic 8: Clac "Beersy-Navy Bound" Luv ya Mom 8: Dad IOHN GRAHAM, Live music is better: Bumper stickers should be issued!! Niel Young, CCR, Bethford, Beach, CSN8:Y Colorado - A High in itself. PS., Hank, I.R., Rules!! IOE GRAY Lisa thanks for making my Senior year and all of my years to come special. Good times K, Z, D, D, R D, R, C, B, K. B, M, B, C, B, B, C, C. CCR Rules, the hip scene, "Right Pete?" IILL M. GREEN, Thanks Mom, "Good times may come and go but memories last forever." Love ya: La gang, Steelton, Con, Kay Wen, D, G, I, G, W T, S, W, K, B, K, K, Aunt 8: Uncle. Never straight al- ways for ward party all night long. IEANETTE A. GRETKA, Spaz love is . . . Memories. May all your Dreams come true, except 1, We all need something to dream about. Thanks: M8:D CM AG AY DS TD BS KT IS MA IP KW MC IH CE Class of 85! ED GROGAN, Remember good times. DD, IB, KR, SH, PO. Swimming Hot for the teacher. Remember always: LB, CW, KR, BB, IK, IM, etc CWIWZM- WAPLZW, THATSall see u in '95, Seniorsf83 BILL GROGAN Thanks to the football team you're ALL my friends special Thanks to NKDIGTDS TMSFCGML BSCR, ESp to my parents my sister and to someone I'll ALWAYS LOVE D.S. MADONNA GROOM, Colourguard, Quebec, Carrier Dome, 3f3f84 Limos Chuaffers and dz. Thanx LATCAM KAS KLG IC RMP LONG LIVE AT IT RT RT NR SL! BM PAUL, SING BLUE SILVER! DD ANYDA GUILMAIN, THANKS! MOM 8z DAD I LOVE YOU "YOU REMEMBER THOSE YOU LAUGH WITH FOR ALONG TIME, BUT THOSE YOU CRIED WITH YOU REMEMBER FOR- EVER! - DG-IG-FF-ZG-BB-SA8zMR. SABUDA! DON HABERMEHL, Regents - Thanx to all my Friends who make this year great OBRSCGRS CHICPCDL MHMAG - and especially Lesle I LOVE YOU'E "Let the Good Times Roll" IOHN HACIC, Thanx to all who helped me for 13 yrs of Headaches. I Hope we all learned from each other. Keep all Memo- ries. Never stop Believing and Achieving Goals. LYNN MARIE HACIC, Musicals if you love something let it go If it returns love it forever Thanx to KWAWALDTILKHRS it LOCKERGANG it Thanx M8zD God Bless I Luv You Michael 4f21f84 BRENDA HALAS, "Killer-Breeze" IOOCHE WHA WHA Miss all you Row- dies Thanx for da memories! Luv ya Dad 8: Mom Never forget Hole Lynda PU RE- NEE SHEILA Bye CHUCKS 31 Daggo DONNA HALL, DH SCRUBBIES 8: WAFF'S RULE! PPPIHOLE - Here'S to the bench - DdNorDb - Thanx guys esp, Col Boom Mick Turg Rleo BeLj Terri Kim Rat Greg Don Tim Lar Suz Bon Ioni Lip Hom Mann M543 W. KEN HAM, Regents Thanks to all my Friends that made High School,Bearable! MARY CATHERINE HARNEY, WHAT- EVER! To "CRANKIN" Times luv ya kids BLDWSG IMDTTK DSKSBP KGIK "SPAZ" Tam 8: Lisa ESR Lia 8: Leda "sly" To Hooter and THE WHO Dusti and Bake AtS GUMBY M8rD SLTI PATTI HARTEL, Friends may not last forever, but memories do OP- LOTLMBPBAO - MEMORIE LANE F- HWRSLTCSBSKSTS, etc. I knew I could do it mom + dad! B.C. KATE FOREVER! HRR! TIM HERLEHY I T HERLEHY LEAVE THE FOLLOWING: To Pagey my weight class: to Bear a record like mine: to TW LR, SS fond memories: to IG IDUMBYI wonderful memories + more 84 X Seniors COLLEEN MARIE HERR, It's "Time For Me To Fly" to reach my goals and say goodbye. Regents, Thanks for all my memories: SMKCTICSMK, ISIG, Doll- mann, and esp. Maureen, Mom and Dad! MARION HESKETH, Football + B-ball! Here's to the bench!! DHDD! Thanx 2 all: Fred LSDBKKRTZKDRNW + esp. Renee Tagteam + Karen! Hole +Waffs 84. Moose - I Love You 9f28f84 Thanx M8:D - Iake! VANCE EDWARD HESS III, I Love You Wendy! 1st HR-90 Karl-Iess: Want it - YEAH!!! Hard Habit to Break: RING: HELLO "Neck Cancer Ay Pop" DL91683 FAITHFULLY 4-EVER Lets live on a CLOUD LIA HOCTOR, Life would seem so easy on the other track, but even a hurricane won't turn me back - TOWNSHEND Remember forever NANKMCSSTEEL 81 LA, LBMC, MOM 8: DAD, THE WHO! FRED HOLFOTH, We've made it, and had a lot of good times along the way, here's to many more. Thankx to my friends KO, IN, TC, RI, ML, TK, RI, and the rest of the guys! SUZY HOOPER, Var: vb, Track,Swim- ming. Summer of 84 rules. Party at the ridge. Kris don't miss the PR bus. Never forget the times in that 52 Ford Iim, I Love You ISU muchj MAUREEN HORBACHEWSKI, To ev- eryone who's dazed and confused: WT, TC, IC, DB, BB, IS, and How could I for- get FSII, CF! RR Foose. Cath I'll never let you go! CCR, PE BS, the constant smile. VICKI HORVATH, Dancin My Life Away! KOSZIANYU-APU. What times . . . TO, Prom 84, Iersey, The Truck, Allegany Will esp. rem. 2xMNs Richie, IMCV SG, wags, KG, DV I, Food8zMy Partner In Crime TOM HOST, STEELTON TROOPERS RULE! Rock N Roll Lives PARTY Don't Get Lost In Life Have Fun I What You DO In The Future Remember The Good Times, Lois, ILUVU FRANK HORUCYQ Regents U.S.M.C. Sgt. "M"'PARRIS ISLAND S.C. Sept. 24, 1985 MABLE, BULK, ITCH, BOKANSL- MARLO, BUDMAN, BUDMAN, IU- NIOR, OKIE, SMAK, SLEDGE AND M+D CLASS OF '85 RENEE HUGHES, "Girls Iust Want To Have Fun" Cyndi Lauper. Thank Ma -+- Pa Remember good times "Dynamic Duo" live on! Love + Luck to all esp Sheila Brenda ML KK BW "85" SHEILA HUGHES, THANX for the times that you gave me, the memories are all in my mind. Here's to the best - Renee- Breeze-Iim 8: the rest! OBOY! VW-AD I LUV YOU MOM + DAD - TD HOLE CINDY HURLBUT, I used to think school was a waste of time, but now I realize it's all mine. Now that it's almost over, I think I'll stay a Little Sober. KIT - D.D K.D. S.I. K.P M.L. IULIANNE IN GOLDSBY Hold onto a ray of hope, a promise for the future, and follow your dreams. Good Luck Class of '85! Remember the good times - BA, IM, DS, CI, SK, Gateway '84 LISA ISAACS, When mountains crum- ble to the sea, there will still be you and me - MICHEAL - I LOVE YOU! Grand Prix Iim Morrisin lives on - This is the end. GCISMCSMBML 8: POOH! SUSANNE IAEGGI Marc, when I said that I Love You I meant that I Love You Forever. Remember the good times but do not forget the bad. Thanx 8: Luv ya Wendy, Sue and Marc! STACY IAMES, when the going gets tough - change the rules! x-c track Thanks mom, dad 8: witt special thanks to: Deb lorangej DS IC-SISI ml IKLICRNIAS IOELLE IANKOWSKI, ' It's Been casual - Hey DUDE Let's Party! Thanx - Iean, Ioan-CR-Coolaid-Rem Fair-Love Ya ALL-HRR-Liz BTABH-SABRES-STYX- THANKS -TM, IZ, CS, IBOD, MN, ART: BBC! DENNIS IAROSZ, Thanx to everyone who made my years here great parties at Chestys, Hole WXRPDRWNIM Grogs Oz TSDSGTTMCC KMBURT KZMR BSBK ITMWDBRKBGMO ESP MOM 8: DAD SHIRLEY IEFFERLONE, Thanx for the memories - DD, LD, CH, RH, LL, DM, PR, ML, KR CP -- I LOVE YOU ALL! Best times in Potter Road!! I Love You Scotty 10-9-82 LISA IELENOVIC, aim HIGH! If the ele- vator tries to bring u down - go crazy! Red Whinner! Thanx Pals - esp m8zd DI IELS NAE SIMLKRGPDTDHKKP YtHC84 MD4 go FISH! KNEZ PEACHES HEIDI IENKINS, Homework? What Homework? DD KS MG MOM HOR- NIES! Roger Taylor QUEEN 5 we'ek let- ters-SS11 30 labs in 1 week-biology Mice ski club 10 11 Forum 12 Bye! STAN IENNINGS, UNITED STATES MARINE CORP AUG 12 GOOD LUCK Frank, Tony Paul, USMC. Thanks for the good times, DH, DO, RS, RS, LW, KS, TS, LR LT, CH, BLACK KNIGHTS OF SA- TAN. CANDAE IOHNSON, To the CLASS OF '85 WERE THE BEST "Its Casual" RAT COOK KEETER TWNBASSMTSVS Couldn't have made it without ya Re- member Blasdell BUBBA MOM 8: DAD R-N-R IEFF IOHNSTON, VFootball, HOOPS, BASEBALL-BAKES, HOLE, RICH, PAR- TY MSLGREAT-TIMES-IN-85 - FITZ GPNK BARTOZBG MPBGWAF 12 GTTSTURGC CRKLWBC RZGS - THE CREW, HECKLE, CHICKS - THANKS M8:D NICOLE IONES, Thanks to all my friends for all the fun times we had, the memories will last forever - DsKdTkTw CbScRsPpEr LpLtCmSg I'll always love you A.S. 3f27f82 STEPAHNIE IOVANOVSKI, HUGGIE! Take care 8: keep in touch everyone I'll miss ya all! Many good times to remem- ber. Thanks Mom 8: Dad Love Ya Muckly Rich - I'm Forever Yours AMY KELLEHER, Thanks for the memo- ries: Chan 8: Sue, KH, AG, GS, MB, ME, sorry IPQ Love to Dad 8: Mom if Dreams come true if you make them!" GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 85!""' DEBBIE KAWA, The greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say you can't do. Laur Ien Uncle Sam's Sr. Lounge Love U Mom 8: Dad SD DC EG Prince I'm over it. NICK KARNAVAS, We Came We Saw We Kicked Their As? "Rich" V Football Brew an Chew! "CHESTY" Thanks To MomBakesOzBuck Mick Grogs IITSPDGT IKGSKZSF MBCCDIBS And The Crew SUE KEEFER, G vs softball- Hold on to all your dreams. Thanx to M8:D for your support. I'm free!! Luv ya: IM, CI, MC, TS, BK, Uncle BS, KSFA-KSATW! I Love you WK 9-30-84 IOHN KEHOE, Sup? THANKX: CL CB IM IS RS TS IF RK ESP Scott Sue 8: CL Mozltf Lok the dor Sum 84 Break! Deb "RC" Gen. Hich PR: Norma BF KD Art YoMama TATAS MBW LF F-Lovely Capt. IULIE KEHOE, ALWAYS Remember: Pi- PhiPi, KA, Wrestling. Here's to those on Robin lane. I'll miss: SH, BH and RH. 38 Special, 22 Top. I Love You. Too SAL! Par- ty on Dudas! IIMMY KELLNER, Waffle - Sr Hoods - Baseball - Homecoming 84 - Hole - I.PT. D.I.N. Bart - Guy - Turg - Chiopp - Toilet- Bobby 8: Kim-T.P. The Crew - B.G.D.I.N.K. I.I.B.G. Blockhead -LW 8: 'DEE' KATHLEEN KELLY, The harder you work for something, the more you appre- ciate it. "Our neighborhood" Friends al- ways - Ien, and I, SLW fPresI, TAM, DIZ SPAZ Thanks Mom and Dad. IOE KENCEL, Thanks cap for all the time you devoted to me and for your support and help good times with IM PC MW PB AL PN BB SP LR SK CK Cross Country Rules! IENNIFER KEPPLER, If you love some- thing set it free, if it comes back to you it's yours if it doesn't it never was No?! NEATO! TAM lTake a cab!I SIKKDKMCHLBDL Thanx Mom PAUL KLAWITTER, All that is gold does not glitter, all who wander are not lost. Grunt 8: dive BBCORGMWLHIR MTKGP Mentor Doug. Iulie - Mother Do you think she's dangerous - Floyd CHRISTOPHER KLEINE, - Thanks for all the good times, Frontier - MR, RC, BE, TK, BK, PD, RR BM, BC, IG, LP - HCHUCKIE LIVES!" GMC, ROTO, BUSI- NESS 1985 - M8:D, Thanx for every- thing. MATT KLINCZAR, T0 Me + de + Bro. school's out forever!!! For Ieff K the pain Uust kid.I School's unbearable without him I will achieve greatness - presiden- cy, power. KATHY KOBEL, Thanks for all the great times Sandy and hopefully many more. Keep in touch BW, RH, DD, CH, WT, KK. Also thanks Mom and Dad. Class of 85 rules. DEANNE KOCH, DECA, Gateway, FBLA, Friends forever with Wendy, Kel- ly, CS, RD, ID, KB. Love ya' always Io- seph, you're a Hard Habit to Break. MAKE THE MAGIC LAST FOREVER!!! KIMBERLLY A. KOCH, Volleyball, Cap- tain basketball. DECA 8: Varsity club. Thanks Iean, Mickey, Carol 8: Sarah. I love you Bob. "Though times never last - tough people do" Love Ya Mom! CPIMELRFIN. LAURA KOENIG Special Olympics 80- 83 social club 83-85 life is like a rainbow eventually you will reach the pot of gold Thanks to: L. SK. LL. RMR. SMR. BMRS. OMC. HM. L AND MOM 8: DAD KEITH KOESTER Thanks to all the teachers, especially Mr. T Mr. S and Kay, K IG KB OBL DH RS CM TC CH CK. Thanks for division 2 championship football team DECA KEVIN KORALEWSKI Varsity indjout. track, soccer - good times with good friends, meck dr. 83-4,TCRHKZK MRS DVRIVHPC-LI in red - Thanx a lot Mom 8: Dad 6f17f84 Stuck on you Lau- r1e KATHY KOZACK Thanks Mom 8: Dad Love to those who have made me smile: TFMFIGKB KKDORBIK AKIGIWLA "Lahrr" make love not war, parties DECA esp: Crew "We're late again" "Gypsy" "Free Bird" take care Prince CKTiger,? BRIAN KRAYNA All good things must come to an end. CCR rules the hip scene. Crazies champ ambulance ride 84! Prom 85?? Lynn almost paradise DSPPICBLATPDIGGRERAD IIM KROHN All that glitters is not gold. Thanx to teachers and friends who pulled me through. Always rem - PIN 8: BS IN SL - Good times Track AL- MAPKBB KMLH ROLBLR IULIE KULESZA, Everyone needs some- one, nobody needs no-one. Remember in the end, everyone needs a friend. MK-N- IK-1O-11-84 II, KZ, VS, EL and Esp. DS "B.E." Forever LISA KWAPICH, Yesterday is gone, today is here, tomorrow who knows Where we'll be. Thanx Betsy for everything! Paul foreverfBK REM SEN LOUNGE 2nd E! MKLPMMDBKW IKITMNLB DEBBIE LANG, The best things in life are free - friends 8: family special tanx esp Big Ray 8: MABIBIA CLHSIIKCC "CLOWN" UMYAND "CARBY" STA, RIGGIES! SMILE 8: MAKE MY DAY! SUE LANGHANS, 'SNOOZE' Great x's: CGSBML MWDBKG BSTMDS CMCFPI NIWEK! IKNQB! Rats! VNT"Holiday" Pepschnapps 8: VT'85 Ski-Vswim-Mr. R., D. Ed GBR! BOSS! LUV YAS "STELL 8: MOM"GREMt" Delerious WILLIAM LAPIANA, Thanks for the great times soy! FCS Drama Club is the best! Love forever and ever 8: always. I can't wait for 1988!! I love you Maria! ANDREA LARSON, In memories golden casket, drop one pearl for me. Thanx M8:D. Always remembr CC, DW IR KW, AW LH, KK. "lush" TEDDY BEARS For- ever! Bob, I Love You! 5f84 KAREN LAUFER, So many memories through the years. Always remember Frontier Prom '84 - CH - "Who beeped the horn?" Thanks for everything Mi- chelle! I LOVE YOU TOM! 4-26-83 GREG LECHOWSKI, Always have memories of Rifle Team, Rifle Club, PR. Great Mgr. of IVBB, IVFB, VS How did I put up with it! Bye! KZ ME IC IH MV LP Mr. Hickey, Mr. Schranz. MELISSA LEFFLER, Our memories of yesterday will last a lifetime DDKPLOLPSIMHCP Especially Mike O'Brien I Luv You 5-16-83 TODD LEVIER, Steelton troopers party to the Max! Good times Bad times - ya know we've had our share - Cathy 8: Todd SCFUOYKCUF The end of the world Cola-Cola SNIF Seniors X 85 ERIC LEVULIS, "GENESIS" One more for the road MICHELOB all the good times. Varsity baseball. To all my friends that stood by me. R. FISCHER GRUB KIM BING MOM 8: POON LARRY LEWANDOWSKI, The more things change, the more they stay the same. Thanks to all my friends. Let's Par- ty Boys! RUSH DR. Z PHAZE V KA PIT- BAND TOMLEWIS,HEADS UP!!! MARY LIPINSKI, Happiness makes up in width what it lacks in length! Thanx Buddies! Always remember: The Gang- Roadkill-Chaka Kahn-NanaNo-PLAD- D. EDCAR-Laugh its fun!!! MICHELLE LIVSEY, They say Eve tempted Adam with an apple, but man I ain't going for that. I know it was her PINK CADILLAC. Bruce Springsteen! Thanx Karen, TERHDWKGKSIOHN 8: M8:D! MARTY LOGAN, Thanks to senior lounge, SKOAL BROTHERS, Fort, Floo, Pounders, wrestling, Dups Good Luck to Tim, Rick, Bugs and VR, IS, TD, BR PB, ML, TK AND EVERYONE IONI LOVERN, Softball's 441 Thanx to all my friends for the Great Times: AR DH, EB, WW, ML, DB, MS, KM, GT, GR LL, CR, KS, MR BW, NM, BS, BE, RK, AM, SM. REM. MH 8: PH Thanx Mom 8: Dad LYNN LUCZAK, LOU 'CHEEKS 8: FAT- TY - MB '84 - Skiing"'Diving-Fredonia Memories - Swim Team, Fla: TRKNKG 8: esp "IC" Fun x's - MGIPAMBE Thanx for youor support CIN-MB M8:D"FUN AT THE LAKE! KEVIN LUDLOW, IMELVINI The past will never be forgotten. Always remem- ber the good times in Frontier, PR. and esp. in the "GREEN LIMMO" "7O Che- velle" MARY LUMADUE, All play the game existence to the end of the beginning and in the end the love you take is equal to the love you make. For all my friends, Esp. BIF IEN MACKENBURG, We are yet to see what we may become. REG STU GVT PRES DRAMA FESO SKI BLUE BUS HTUB PL. Thanks LIS IUL IGG APAP TY CW DAN SABU. PULA LIVES ON!! WTF CHRISTOPHER MACKEY1 REM. FMTV 8: AV And many good times. IANICE, I LOVE YOU VERY MUCH! 8: I'1l always REM. AT, AZ, KS, DT, SR, CM, WR, TS, ES, BL, DZ, CM, CD, CH, LG, KS, IH, KK 8: MG, RS, WP! TQMA 86 X Seniors CYNTHIA A. MAHONEY2 Luv to all my friends - Garfield-Prince-MarBug BML-WSG GIGI-Football-tlf Doobs-Lord thank you for your love 8: direction Thanx Mom, Dad 8: FL - Hello Bonas KIMBERLY MAHONEY ICHIPPERI Cap- ture your dreams today, they might not be there tomorrow. LUV ya LHNBCMOFSBOIG Dizzy Bearsey Esp. Mom 8: Dad FBLA - Mom I Love you Larry!! KEN MALEK, Var. Rifle Thanks for the help Mr. H M8:D SMIBKCMSICLUR FUGLY MR-NHS "BURMA" Good Luck in the future. Your going to need it. Re- member the TARDS. STEPHANIE MANTIONE, Iunior Year Potter Rd. forever Artists do it in detail. My pleasure to say goodbye the best is yet to come. Thanks Lisa Ed Doors Luv you Mark my sweet. LINDA MARKWARD, It's been real! The TRIPS will always remain 2-people 2- gether 4-ever! Dan + Linda Thanx Grott KB 8: my family esp. Danny! My own true love Led Zep Chow CHRIS MATWIIKOW, I say yeah! Its fi- nally over. Good times at the view and the ridge. EC, TC, CL, LA, NB, DD, RI, LM, IC, MEL. Farewell Frontier, I am ready for bigger things. KIM MAZON, Waddles Rahs! Prom 84 HC 83-84 Thanks to all my friends for making these years the best. DH CR WW 8: IP IK ML IL LL CED D esp. Bob, I love you always! Mom 8: Dad IOHN MCCONNELL, Local, Thanx WR, Dirtrats, Bendehos, TS, RAE, IG, BUNKA SLAN . . . And as we wind on down the road, Zep, Sabs Party, E Ya!!! Florida or Bust EB MAUREEN MCCORMICK, I'm as free as a bird now, and this bird you cannot change. Thanks for all the memories SE, MC, LK, MN, IM, IM, IS, IT, CD, Esp. Col- leen Schmoo Lives!! TIM MCCOY, Pearl Harbors skiing, boat in "I did what?" 1984 Drink in Team Smitty Bill Trip Paul Scrounge LpKpMcRatsp BeOzB 8: K DhThWw Let the good times roll! Luv M 8: D BILL MCCRACKEN, Remember: Cra- zies stabuzkoreo and of course chunky. Thanx Renee, MRDDIGRPER, Binz, Pise, 3-Brew, Krafty, You all looked mar- velous, you really did! Live and excel. ARLENE MCCULLY, "R" We're outa here guys! Always remember the great times - Thanx BONBSILDHLS- GEMLKD - Mom, Dad - all my love to bestest buddy Beth and you too, Dave 7f5f84 SCOTT MCKEE, "Isn't it right to be as strong as the Bear - if the re is a Bear" Thanks Mom 8: Dad. Frontier '85 KM, Riz, GE, IB, RK, Lurefugly, NHS- BURMA, thats all. MIKE MCSKIMMING, In your head is the answer, let it guide you along, let your heart be the anchor, and the beat of your own song. Rush, Many thanx to: Mom 8: Dad,RSCMEICPHBGTN. IIM MCVITTY Thanks Mom 8: Dad: PK, BB, CO 8: especially KR. Kermit the frog is alive and well in Hamburg. Nice twelve point turn. BOEEP, BDEEP, BDEER That's all folks!4'f!Q BRIAN MEAD, I'm free wrestling re- member good times Tam Mark Gimmee a Beer, on to better things on to see the world. CINDY MICHAEL, Fatty Cheeks "Confx" Myb84 Boz Iel Ski Hvt Swim Mr. R Thanx U Guys: WLDICG SLMWHC BGGEBS MEKDBSI SGPIT PF ESP Mom 8: Dad U Gotit Baby Yo -- were out of Here! IOHN MILLER, Living after midnight rocken till the dawn lovin till the morn- ing then Im gone Thanx for all the good times Michelle Ill always Love you DIKNELRP KAREN MILLER, Friends are forever - esp. PRTSDBMSDG DTDKRSDKII RIMM. Best of friends RB 8: CB. Luv ya M 8: D. Always remember the good times with LZDRPZ 8: DOMINIC 4-ever! CRAIG MINNICK, To all the good time past a fond fare well. BAIAIN BA STON- EATSAP IZZALANDBP AQPAKA, good times, good friends. Each in his narrow cell forever laid. BMXILY CATHTIN NOREEN MORAN, Reg. Var Tenis, VBa1l, BBall LPRI Soccer 83 Thanx Buds LPDHMB AMDSML KKMBIL !Friend- ship is forever Lisa 8: Tom Nor 8: Chuck M. foreverI Love ya Dad, Mom MAECD S-AI 44 SANDY MORRIS, Friendship may not last a lifetime, but memories will last forever! Thanx for all the memories DWMNPRIBSSQ esp. Mom 8: Dad! I Love You . . . Ioe!!! RAE MORSE, Summer of 84 Woodlawn Beach. Thanks for the memories, Kim, LK, CS Bud, TOM, DR DB, SM, SS, MM, KA, MS, KD, GE, RR CB. Party Pr, break- fast, Munchies, Slavis B, R, I, C. MARK MOYER, Using no way as way Having no limmitations as limitations. IB's slcrlivesss thanx Ed Bird B.R Mark Love Steph IOE MUSCATO, Never forget the best times skiing D.V RK. C.O. L.H. M.G. The crew and all the M.H. memories live on I.M. M.K. GP M.S. T.D. I.P T.L. IACKIE MURZYNOWSKI, Never forget friends TS, SK, MC, IW, Il, 8: CANDY Thanks to all track buddies 8: cap. For 2 special people in my life! Mom 8: Dad - I LOVE YOU. REM: RUN FOR FUN. WALLLY NATWORA, Like a true Na- tures Child, I was born to be wild. Thanx D.R. RF H.S. R.R D.I. I.M. WEEKEND WARRIORS ELIZABETH CHNAUMOVSKI, South Buffalo-Pit-Taylor Park-Water Tower- Pier-Attic-Van-Iust, Moose, Robin, Iohn, Holtzy Col, Pat, Pizzaman, Cooldady Marty Don, Artie, Love you Charlie . . . IULIE NEAL, Crash! Smile -- I've got happy feet! Thanks to my friends for all the laughs - Ed, San, MB, Iaim, Col, Sue! esp. Igg, Ken, Roz whose friendship means so much!! WENDY NELSON, Friendships may not last a lifetime, but memories will last 4- ever - Thanx Ioelle for all you've done "Clic 8: clac" Luv Ya mom 8: dad, Esp. Greg IILUI 10-s-84 LLOYD NEUHAUSER, I want to thank every one who got me through my senior year, Mr. Starr, DB, KA, KS, and IB. Pink Floyd "The elastic Iourney of space and time." BRENDA NEWKIRK, I will cherish friendships and memories always. Thanks SK, ML, DR RC, Mr. Kryser and Ion BEST of luck class of '85. MICHELLE NIZIOL, "Let yourself lay back within your dreams" Love ya Don, Opie, Stevica and IC,KM, TD, MN, VH, AZ, LR RS 8: Esp. Mom 8: Dad. "GAG" "SKI" "TURTLES" MICHELLE NOVAK, "Is it time to wake up yet?" Thanx for all your help - TB, RS, MN, AL, SG, AV GN, Esp. VH - Al- ways remember DS, TI, IG,, IS, PH, HB, MW TH, DMT - 1982 Thanx Mom 8: Dad MELISSA NOCERA, I'm as free as a bird now. It'a time for me to fly. Chuck, your always on my mind - I LOVE YOU! Take care Moey col, Ioelle, Annette. Love ya Mom and Dad PAUL NORMAN, Led Zeppelin will nev- er die in the eyes of Xebek Remember stage crew guys I live for my dreams and a pocket full of gold. THOMAS NOTARO, Always remember the good times at Frontier for THOSE were the good years, Thanks for every- thing! Bob, Rob, Norm, Kevin, Mike, Charlene, Darlene, Chevy 4x4 DEBBIE NURMI, Great times at AA8:MB's parties, Hole, HC84 8: SGFG. Thanx to Beth, Collen fAlfred here we come!I KD, KZ, esp. dave! IMB, AA, DW MI IPOI t V-SOURSI Wine Coolers! 85 BETH OAKS, Great Memories - Sum- mer '84 Best Friends - Kymmie 8: Lau- rie Volleyball mgr '83 Bookstore Amlt RG, RD, IB, DB, PN, DB, TT, DN-SL 8: GE Let your dreams take you far! DAVID O'BRIEN, Thanks to all my friends you have made it special RSDHKKAG KKDLKWGT SICH Special Thanks to KS 8: Mrs. E "May the gang live on!!" I love you Tracey!!! CHRIS O'MALLEY All that is needed for life is friends, I have two of the best - Paul and Tammy - Thanx!! Soccer, Ski- ing, V-Ball at Dougs, "ZUIU" DVBBKM- ETRNL. MICH. TI - LOVE YA! CONNIE ORTIZ, My Senior Year had been the Best. Thanks to all my Friends. Especially Marianne Rukavina and Cal- coris. Ps. Thanx Angus. LISA PACYON, I'll have fun fun fun til my Daddy takes the Chevy away. Good Luck Class of 85 esp. MBKDKPMLCSIC Thanx for the memories ROZDSA- LUMNI-CG your special. I love you Mom 8: Dad ROBERT PALMER, In the wind your free any where else I won't be Pot Road Pana- ma Harley Davidson Pigmer AN Mario. Later Days in Florida IANINE PARTRIDGE, neener-Band, Mock Trial, NHS, Drama-A day most wasted is one on which we have not laughed - Thanx to all who made sure I didn't miss a day! LUV 8: LUCK BUD- DIES! MICHELLE PAULEY, "Bug1a:1y", It's been a great year. . . Thanks Maria, Lori. Remember Micheal Iackson '84. Prince. "MH. I'll remember the times always. Florida '85. IP PS. LORI PAWLICKI, "Biff" Thanks for a Great Senior YR . . . Denise, Shelly Krys. Fast times at Frontier High 'MH PPP 8: MICHAEL I. RR, 111, FLORIDA '85 CB EP Thanks Mom 8: Dad! LISA PERSONS, Hope for the future Don't dwell in the past. Live in the pre- sent And make today last. Thanx to stalking, scents and friends for making school a riot!! BOB PETERSON, GERMAN CLUB, AV TORONTO! - SYRACUSE! - BILLY IDOL: FT FA BTBY SAFMSA - DURAN DURAN: GONNA PUT A RED STREAK ROUND THIS TOWN - GOOD LUCK TO ALL YOU S.M.Fs KIM PETERSON, Every Dream has an end and every end has a meaning. Thanx DDLOSI LLMLDN COMRLP CHKW THANX for making my senior year - Matt your very special to me. 10-2-84 KRISTEN PETERSON, SPECIAL FRIENDS 8: SPECIAL TIMES! SUM "84" WHOA! DSTM BBBEMISSIONS "KA" EGCGLFMFAKIG BKTWLB 8: GUYS - EP - CCR! PROM 84 Niagara Falls - DOOB-MUNCHIESOHNO! HOLE"'S"'- TRACY 8: IACKIE CATHY ANN PHELAN, Thanks to IA, WR LR KK, IR SI, ML, IR PS, TC, BR And to everyone in LPNI MAUREEN, friend- ship is forever. To my buddies, Ronnie 8: Foose. CCR FLOYD BAD COMPANY LISA PHILLIPS, Thanx to all my friends especially TAMMI, Karen Christa and Noreen, Will always remember the soc- cer gang! Love you forever, TOM PAUL PHILLIPS, Thanx: Haines, Bakes, Shap, Cap: VAR. Soccer, B-Ball, Trak REM: ZUIUGRUB, Pasta, Ed, BKICAK, DAR, CAR, Bart, II, Ter, etc. Rem alwys, Paul-N-Ien, Thanx-MOM-N-DAD RODNEY PIETRAS, Heavy Metal Party- ing, Definitely the Best of Times, Week- end Warriors BE. RD. HS, SENIORS '85 INTENSE I'm outta here take it easy peo- ple XTC-69 LARRY PIETRASZEK, The years have been great filled with many special mo- ments, which I'll never forget. Thanks to everyone Esp. M 8: D 8: DHTURGRAT- MICKDON AND TIM IACK 8: V BALL TEAM MICHELLE POLAKIEWICZ, Of all the pleasures life can bring, friendship is the nicest thing. FF Suzy and Sheila. Thanks LN, SI, BW DB, SW DG, esp. S AND S. Good Luck Class of '85. SHEILA PILGER, To new beginnings and old acquaintances "SCABOO!" Ques- tion: "Hey teacher, will Ipass lifes tests?" Stella luvs ya MR BW KK, DZ, NM, BR LN Drivered '84 ILUVGARY SUZY POLAKIEWICZ, WAF'S Memories and Friends R Forever! Thanx 4 all the luv and laughter: Shell, Rat, Ioni, DH, Hussy i' Mike, Guyums, Greg II don't know!I Lar, LR BS - Luv u all! Esp. "'IA- SONI' GUY PORTER, B-Ball, Hoops,V-Ball Bakes eonjjwi 8: ZSUZBGMPOZMBG TBFCCGS IMLWBCCM LIRKST crew of 84 - Hip! Cowboys and Lakers Rule - Magic! Who's a LUSH? MHR thanx M8:D sis. ROB PORTO, I'm as free as a bird now!!!!! Thanks for all the good times - TD., RI., 8: Especially S.E. Good Luck To You ALL!! Seniors X 87 MICHAEL PROBST, "Mick" All good things must come to an end. Thanx for all of the memories - gTbGnKoZmBI IgPjKdTdHsPcRg SbFlP 8: crew M8:D Bake 8: Wafs! MH Rich 'Dianne-LOVE is everlasting. IIM PRUSAK, Good Luck UB". Thanks For all the good times. Rabbit and 12x forever! Good luck SC, MZ, SW, DV KM, IS, RD, PR GS, KR, DV RR GR, GE, SS, Paula CHERYL ANN RADWAN, TraCkfRat 'PPP 8: MH' TO Those I Luv 8: the great x's we've had: DhMeBsBeBs KfWwGtMp Ds Tm Gp Ss Kd Il Sp Bg McDb Kg Rk Dt M-I-t LpBfSjDn 'esp. Doug' Memories of '85 Thanx Dad! KIM RAMOS, Thanx M8:D 4 always be- ing there 4 me! BEST of X's THE PINKERS: MbdwBsI-I-Is' BEST of friends IMcVg MuksKv LIDsTI'DAVE T' G'GmLm. BS-WTF EGTS Thanks 4 the love Dan 'WSRC TERESA RAPINI, As I wipe a tear from my eye I carry a memory with me always Thanks Lisa Patti 8: esp. Ieanette Rem. Prom "84" with IS DK SS PW DL 8: RD GR x's at Sherkston "CRASH" Thanx's M8:D TAMMI RECHLIN, Memories will fade, times will change, but friends will last forever. Thanx: LPKWACKL HUTCH! Tennis - LW Remember summers at UCC! tTobey III "I LUV KEVIN!" DAN REGAN, You rat! IC 8: H Go Togeth- er in prison 12 years FTW DENISE REGENSDOFER, If you love something, set it free. If it comes back, it's yours. If it doesn't, it never was! Ilove you Dan! 'KA 'MR 'KS 'CC' CO' KD' RM' LED-ZEPPELIN' LISA REGER, Of all the pleasures life can bring, friendship is the sweetest thing - thanx for all the memories - tree - Dina - PWIS SPMCKF 8: CHUCK PHIL, I'LL ALWAYS CARE 10f3f83. GARY REHNER, To Ed, Pastaman, Todd, Kim Z. Flipper, Lou-yoou Loook marva- laas!!! You are lovely people, but you got me mythed. Kim thanks for the Hersheys Kiss! had Agreatyr SHARI REITZ, Thanks to all my friends for the smiles, laughs, and the good times we've shared. I'll never forgetDS, RS, BS, TT, DW, 8: Vsoftball, Good luck class of 85! COLLEEN RENOWDEN, Great times at Frontier with Kelly, Rachel, Iudy, 8: Deb lAlfred here we come!I 8: esp Donna. Thanx! HC "Apple Pies" 8: U 8: OI. We're great. Deb 8: Donna, KD, SG, FG! 88fSeniors TAMMIE RIBARICIH, Sp. Thanks to my parents. "I luv you more than words can say." RAH! RAH! 82-85 camp, VIP's lC.C 8: LPI REM Sleep cheep, Bayview. SP Thanks to NIN, Liz 4 CWE-CHE! Miss U Gram. MIKE RICHARSON, I finally made it mom. I remember the good times with KW, GS, DL, Love Ya and Potter road. Good-Bye Frontier and keep partying. Stadium "85". MICHAEL RIZZO, "RIZ" Remember Wrestling - BF, IR, IK, TH, TP: Let's keep lifting - RC, PD, BM, BB, TS: Try 270: We finally finished our 13 years. We only have 4 more: Hi - MC, CK, BT, TN: Love Ya D,M 8: A. EDWARD T. ROLICZEK, I don't ever want to play the part of being a statistic on another mans chart. U look marvel- ous fun friends. Pretty girls Z My unfor- gettable HS yrs. Lets Go crazy. I am nice panty lines. KATHY SUE ROSS, If you find some- thing, set it free, if it comes back to you it's yours to keep, if it doesn't come back it was not yours in the first place. DID CHERYL RUCHALSKI, Its a hard habit to break "RITS" Tull Legs Boonka Busters Harleys The ridge Chevelles The custo- dians. Thanx IW NB CS SS II DC TK MC NB Dream On!! MARIANNE RUKAVINA, My Senior year was the best thanks to all my friends, especially to Connie Oitiz and Denise Regensdorfer Zeppelin Rules! MIKE SALAZAR, The Memories will last forever. Thanx for all the help Mr. Wilde. Hope for the best class of 85 - had lot a laughs swfHR guys Riz, TS. Good luck PK, BB. Never Forget Sats Frontier! TOM SALERNO, Nice hand football rich besttimes wfleff Tap Buck Nick Grogs Block MRBFD IKMBECCII 8: Rosey Thanx to all Remember the good, forget the bad. Mom and Dad See ya later! IANE SANDUSKY, Thanx 4 the love 8: friendship IT RS KR BS MBW, Don't for- get the great times. Thanx Mom Bob Shana 8: Tammy. You R all very special 8: important to me!! SANDY SANETZ, Good Times 8: great friends - Karen Kim 8: Herb Rat Tom 8: Bill CRIIVC AIMNIFI 8: IL - Road Trip Drive-in VH LZ Ski on! PiPhiPi! Special Thanx to Cindy, Mom 8: Dad! LYNN M. SANFOR, I was here but now Im gone I left my name to carry on. Thanx dude RR. FXF KSLSKO VSKDRS LKRE. I'm free as a bird now, it's time to fly. . . Heavy Metal KIM SAUBERAN, I've been dazed and confused for so long it's not true! Led Zeppelin 4-ever! Always remembering, MS SM RM KS DB DR TWIN Sisters Dif- ferent Misters. GREGORY M. SAWICKI, var FB at RICH 4478, wrestling Thanx Mom 8: Dad You're the BEST! All the friends and memories from Frontier are the best! esp. BSSPMPGPBB CCBFNKCBADSB + all! RAY SCHEFFLER, Thanx: The Team:IK IP RS INW TT PP SA CB IF TS RK S esp IEN SLBSTM BIO: DR Bob THERAT OverFlex HALFBRAIN BUDDY TWO- SOME IS Annex F. . . G Lovely Sum 84 CHRIS SCHULTZ, Thanx 4 the special memories, esp. at HRR! If it's funny. . . Do it! - BFFKG-LTMBAGRD BPLBBG ILBWDB-IBD-"Big Al" ROADTRlPl I Luv You Dave! WYNM, I'll Be There! HERB SCHULTZ, Metal was put on the earth to stay, to rock all hells creatures away! Party'n X's wf Rod BE V+M IK! KIM 1-4-3-7-10 I'll always be there 4 ya! Fla 84 IFYF! LINDA SCHULTZ, Thanx for the great laughs from all my friends esp. LS Re- member Rock n Roll and heavy metal rules so keep Rockin everyone! Triumph magic power RICHARD SCHULTZE, "Listen to my music, and hear what it can do" - NP Thanks Frontier for an unforgettable 3 years! ANN SCHUNK, Look forward to your fu- ture but always remember your days at Frontier. DECA CLUB, Bookstore. Thanks to friends and family esp. DW-I-TE. Don . . . I Love Ya!!! VICKI SCHUSE, Good Friends are hard to find CISKDS IKSDLSKC ESP K DACMG PARTY "RIDGE" THE KEG "NIGHT EAGLE" I LUV TONY, VICKI-n- TONY forever! 6-28-81THANX MA 8: DAD NORM SCHUSTER, BEST TIMES WILL ALWAYS RULE ABOVE THE REST WILL REMEMBER TE BF TB TE CE CM EW AND EVERYONE ELSE ALWAYS WORKING ON NIGHT MOVEO CRUISE BROTHERS SHARON SCINTA, IT'S FINALLY OVER. LOTS OF LOVE AND THANKS TO TAMMY, ANNETTE, LINDA AND ESPECIALLY MOM, DAD, AND KEN. I COULDN'T HAVE MADE IT WITHOUT YOU. AMF! ANNETTE SCIOLINO, "It's over" Thanks - M8:D SS LM BT I WILL NEV- ER 4-GET-TB! MR. GROTT CANNON- BALLS TO ALL MY BATHROOM BUD- DIES - "lite'em up!" Memories Last For- ever! BOL-'AD' BYE! HEATHER SENN, THANX: ERNIE, MC, RU, CN, PO, KN, RR, MG, IS, RS REM KYI FUN in 5th WITH RR + THE BA- CUSTREETS MAKE YOUR DREAMS REALITY FAME IN ORANGE T-SHIRTS ROOTSROCK REGGAE BARBARA SWEASTYNOWICZ, BEST X'S SPENT WXIT MBW IS KR MEMO- RIES THAT WILL LAST 4-EVER CAN I ?! HH DLAKE SMUT WTF THANX 4- EVERYTHING ME ER CM IZ MS LR TI KS ANITA 81 BOB M81D DIP IOHN SHEA, THE L.A. RAIDERS, CO- PENHAGEN, AND QUIET RIOT ARE THE BEST, C.W.S., T.D.C.L.T.B.M.E.M. KELLY ANN SHEFFIELD, Thanx Mom Ieff M81N DSZD ED Aunt Phyl Skeet esp KAREN IYOU STILL GET THE ATTICI Luv ya all! IANICE BFA GFHI MG CM MH LW DB SY LBppatg "HHTB" GRAMMA 7-20-82 ROBYN SIDOTI, SENIORS RULE! "Oh - no the Cops" Lets Go Crazy! BAIO may all your dreams come true! Looks like we made it thanx mom 81 dad thanx DB DS SR IS TB LA TG GB CM CATHY SIKORSKI, STEELTON TROOP- ERS RULE! Good x's wf: Breeze 81 Ron Pudge mobile SCF uoykcufFLOYD 81 ZEPPELIN W1 TAMMY M. SIKORSKI, Love 81 thanks to mom 81 dad! Tony - 6f7f83 . . . LOVE YOU!Proms 83, 84, 85 - 57 Bentley - True friends. . .IMX BS! TW! BTX RSI. Proud 81 Good luck to 85! t' ms kj gv gd rj kb DINA SIMINO, Always believe in dreams, that is my last reply. Never for- get our yesterdays its time to say good- bye. Luv ya Chris! SR RS II IK KZ DW KS 81MRI-missuCFS4r1M DON SMITH, Slapper, tiger, fore! splash I'm caught in a trap Elvis lives Pearl har- bors, thanx M 81 D "T" CC BG GT KB DH CR PW KP IT LP BS HOLE? Love laugh- ter 81 success!! WE RB LD IN GA STRWY TO HEAVEN LAURIE SMITH, STEELTON TROOP- ERS RULE! Good x's wf: Breeze 81 Ron LA Gang LH NB TH TL LL CS GW CLIC 4-wheelin guido, what the. . .Pudge mo- bile SCFUOYKCUF FLOYD 81 ZEPPE- LIN 41 RENE SPRAGUE, It seems that some of us are afraid to get involved As if giving, taking, and sharing weren't worth the risk of uncertainty THANX IK BW DEREK 81 RENE 4 EVER IACKIE SORRENTINO, What a long strange trip it's been! Thanks DK IC PW IL DG DW IH RP esp. mom and dad! ZEP- PELIN, Varsity swimming to the one I love - DAN LAURA STERLING, To all the great times wf my friends + the memories that will last a lifetime thanks for mak- ing them real GL to the gang in VBBBSB the WWDDLR + ESPMBF DINA GREG STOKLOSA, I'll always remem- ber the good times in Frontier. Best of luck to my friends MK, KW, DL, CW GL, AZ, PB, DB I love you mom 81 dad LOOK OUT WORLD HERE I COME AMY STOTZ, Don't take life too serious- ly you'll never get out of it alive. Thanx for the laffs Ame 81 Mel you guys are great!! Oh Go! And to my lil rigatoni Iohn 'ILUW BETH STRASSER, V SPORTS! 'Aug 84X HOLE 81 WAFFS 4E, DH-IL-NM-MARV f69ersI-RAT-GREG-NK IZSGI-LP-LS QFSHARI, AR, BETH11 esp BON' Never could have made it without you guys! THANKS FRANCENE SUCHAN, It's been a great time! Thanx to L.L., T.E., I.G., PB., T.C. and K.M. Always remember fifth period SR. Lounge Led Zeppelin's "Thank You" RICK SUCHARSKI, I've been travelin for days 81 days. Now I halfta decide to go which way. Which ROAD TO TAKE FOR MY LIFELONG GOAL. ON THE RHODES OF AMERIA. RICK RHODES!! BONNIE SURDYK, WE DID IT GUYS!! Good Luck to ev esp RATBETHRS TRASS WAUG 84X In dreams and in love there are no impossibilities . . . Iuly 19, 1984 I LOVE YOU MICHAEL. LYNN SWITZER, There will always be memories! 9f21f83 Forever Stephen. MIKE SZCZUBLEWSKI, I THANK EV- ERYONE who made my senior yeear special! ESPECIALLY KAREN. Whom made it the best. RICH SZELEWSKI, ZULU vi 26 THANKS MOM N DAD Thanks for all the Great times, espg Keith, Dieter, Iohn, Viki, Shel- ly, TAKE CARE GOOD LUCK SOCCER TEAM!!! ALLEGANY! Let's do it AGAIN KEVIN TAMOL, VARSITY SOCCER, FBLA - WILL REMEMBER THE BEST SEASON, THE BEST YEAR, AND THE BEST PEOPLE -IT - BBP-VEH3-RDF ADD-PORKY-ZULU-DIETER-KM- MARIO-TR-DON-AT-SOCCER '84 IANICE TARNOWSKI, Love 81 Thanks Dad 81 Mom fmiss U-"HHTB"I If U have friends who care U have everything! Thanks CDKSCM AZATKT-BBP, ILICDTCH MMMGLT 81 MDEH! Luv 81 B.wishes always!! DAVID TAYLOR, Thoughts to remember - Life ain't worth the effort you put into it! Good Luck to C.S., R.G., K.W., VH., AND D.D. speed kills! ibut what a way to goj TAMMY TEXTER, Thanks for all the great times! Best of luck to: RW IO BO SR TH SS AD IB NW and especially: Dawn, Marion, and Kym! Thanks Mom and Dad I Love Ya!! - Ieff ATTILA TILLI, Memories fade, but real friends never do. Good Luck to Chris + Ianice, Good times WXBK, RS, TS, BL, IW, DB, DG, Never forget Audrey, I love you - forever! 10-24-84sgo DAWN TIMMEL, Well it is our time to change and grow Although we know in our heart we will never part with the friends we left behind Good Luck Every- body! ISTCSV IACQUELINE TOBIAS, THANX MOM 81 DADXLISA 4ALL YOUR TIME 81 HELP - GOOD X'S WITH TKRMBWBSISX KRISTEN - CRACKS, DLAKE, SDR81R - NAME TAGS - IANIE p'd ON MY CLOTHES GOOD LUCK CLASS 1985 DAWN TOMASZEWSKI, Life is a stage gl we are the actors. Thanks M81D, ESF! IOD, CL, AB, L81MfPoms foreverfIul, my little sisflohn, Itm so glad you're mine. I love you always 81 forever. LAURA TODARO, Gbye my friend may- be 4, 4-ever . . . the stars wait for me, Who knows when we shall meet again, if ever. Love to IOMAMA 81 FLUFF LP 81 MV ITETMG ESP BERNIE 81 TOM. DONNA TOPOREK, "IUST LIKE THE WHITE WINGED DOVE" I'M FREE . . . SN LOVE YA SHELLEY AND AUDREY! AND THANX KRIS FOR ALWAYS MAK- ING ME LAUGH! BEST TIMES WITH TWDMWKDW KWDBITSGIGBK WENDY TOPOREK, Special Thanx to Nancy for the BEST yrg SCchicken Wtrtent Attacked by SR Alpines cro- g84Yeahit is CanadiaAh!! Alpines "K" Also to Moe, You r the best - thanx ASKKLGBOCES MIKE TORGERSON, Remember the times at Frontier Thank God it's over! WB Blow Good times Iogging CCR Does not Rule I.G. Love ya! - Good Luck to all! 69-x-f-Cbe twisted your arm. ELIZABETH TOTH, Here's to all the golden times, all the cherished memo- ries! HRR -!- Motion Forever Thanx Chris Ike II Okay Fine! Strut! Liz +Bill Forever! FXF BD DB TS MB AG KH TI BOB TRAINA, My High School years have been the best thanks to: CWAS TY PR KR LS MC KR TN RC MR NS AND THE REST. Good Luck to you all, Memo- ries can never be forgotten. IEFF TRAYFORD, Good-bye to Frontier, on to Chefiology Off to ski country. Nev- er forget RB.'s and N.F special thanks and love to LT, LP AND MV Seniorsf89 IAY TRIEPEL, I. WTF-swim "Perfect Practice Makes Perfect" - STRIVEX Thanx M8:Df I do rem: All. 2 esp. friends who made it great. You know who you are, Thanx - TAC . . . I GREG TRIPP, STADIUMM BOUND! "HOLE!" "Chew 8: brew block head Marv it 22 Get Hammered! ED, RAT, DH, OREO - RUN! Mooch, Rummy, TI, Bain get musical Great X's wf 2 BGT 8: DNK II G8:T WA FS MP LWT 8: CREWM 8: DOZ DAVID TURGEON, "TURG" - Studa, Caterina squad - Nice club! Lakers - wish you all many laffs: TER BAR + MICK WHITEY BUCK CHIP TEDDY DH LAR IULIE PUP CM SMITTY IR OZ IM BLOCK 8: ALL WAFFLES SANDY VALETTA, Here is to all the good times thanks mom. Don't get too numb! ES. 8: L.L. Keep in touch BW, DT, KB, LB, KK. KIM VANCE, Let the world know you as you are not as they think you should be. Thanx Chris and Barb these years have been the best and there's more to come. FAREWELL MICHELE VANCISE, "Be natural, it makes you original." I'll luv you guys always! Remember the good x's. Polish ball, band, ort soccer. IC ME NI LP LT IT KZ HE. Tootles! LESLIE VITRANO, Seniors are always intl! A special Hif thanks to all my Friends and to the jocks who finally got the Ring Thing. 1985 Rules!!! DIETERVOSS, Soccer 4-ever what a sea- son - Later Haines, Ski Club - one ski rules Ioe Thanx: M8:D, Zulu fStudI, Iohn KMKKPK BBPPTR MFMSII-Rush-Vt. Bound - Always Reach Higher MIKE WAGNER, So long Guys. Hope to see you from the stage someday. Move over Darlene, I'm driving. CIP-GOD Hey Ken and Billy The Mountain. Thanks Mr. Albert Blindroad-PSPATS MARGARET WALIER, GIRLS IUST WANNA HAVE FUN Can't Explain?! Sue Iul Ed Ime Ien Col Sand Garb WTF There R many ?s that still have Zbe answered but CNT ALWAZ GET WAT U WANT! GREM NADINE WALTY The times were spe- cial! esp. wfWini 'fPooky"' There is and always will be only one love for me and that's my Paul! Heaven "5f12f84 Thanx M8:D, M, R8:W! PLRMTMKPSI PATTI WANGELIN, Thanks for all the good times 8: memories ISLR TRMTWW KPSPDLLB DANNY TO THE ONE I'LL ALWAYS LOVE - NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS Remember Prom "84" Thanks a lot Mom 90fSeniors KELLY C. WASMUND, Rahs - Stadium 84 - RPIGTR THANKS: LPLHDWWWDSBEL FMWIT WITRPLIM 8: D BF-DINGER THANX FOR ALL THE GOOD X'S AF: DW I LOVE YOU, BILL 6f24f83 You mean so much to me PARTY! DEBORAH WEESE, "All the world is a stage . . ."Drama 8: NHS-Sec '84, Chorus, St. Govt, Plays 8: Musicals. AL, IR AW, KW, - Best friends! To ALLMy friends - Thanx for all the special times! LAURANN WEIMER, NEVER FORGET MY "FUN TIMES" AT FRONTIER AND ALL THE ONES WHO MADE IT SPE- CIAL - LW, SW, MM, PH, ESPECIALLY SWIG - HSKATING AT BSSU! - THANX MOM AND DADDY!!! RENEE WEISKERGER, NEVER FOR- GET THE GOOD TIMES ESP NEW YEARS '84 - PROM PICNIC '84 SPE- CIAL THANX TO MAR: BEST FRIENDS FOREVERg TAG TEAM! DAVE, THANX FOR ALL THE HELP! NWZKRTTT KMV- MICHAEL WEISS, Auto at Potter Road, I love Lisa, Pontiac rules. WENDY WEISS, Thanx to all my bud- dies! CRILKM PWDBDD MEBFMBTS Esp. ERIN and TODD Remember Prom - I.R M8:M "P-!'L+D" Hole MARVIN DRIVED GOOD LUCK! Keep in touch! SCOTT WERTZ, Thanks Frontier for all the Great times! ZEPPELIN FOREVER! IUDAS PRIEST KA!! METAL!! Thanks Everyone!!! Summer of 84 "CEM" RKMSTGPS! MCCSIW I LOVE YA KIM. TAMMY WETHERBY, "Today my World it smiles, your hand in mine we walk the miles" Thank you - LZ Dennis - I love you best of luck - IK lsmoke giggleweedj MH, DT, KK, PS, and Gumby! LORI WHEELER, "I got some beer 8: the highway's free and I got you 8: baby you got me . . . 'Bruce. I love you Frank - forever thanks for the memories MFSWFIPSKP DENISE WHYTAS, The sun shines on us all but it's time to look on to a new hori- zon. Thanks 8: love to: Sandy MR. AL- BERT, SY: AS, BA, IB 8: DS M-!-D - couldn't of done it wfout ya! KAREN WIDMAN, The best Of Times are yet to come! Swiggy, LYLAS EZME GREAT TIMES! LWTRLP CDDTAZ AGKK 68 TMH IARMMAPH CLASS OF 85 VBSNTGS HOLLIE WILL, Thanks to all my friends! PH LAH LIS RR IIM RIZZO MR. NORRIS I Love you IIM PRZYBYL Hope it lasts forever! Love always, HOLLIE. DAWN WILLIS, Thanx 4 all the great times I've had: MLTK KL SR KZ BO DN LK MBC MH SS AND ESP Tammy, I Love ya Pete 1f12f83. Thanx MOM 8: DAD, I Love Ya AMY WILSON The most wasted day of all is that on which we have not laughed. Thanks 8: love to Tom 8: Fred, Bem Kim, Debbie, Lynn, Andi, 8: Boss. Always re- member Gateway '84 8: '85 IAMIE WILSON, Someday we're gonna get 2 that place that we really want 2 go and we'll walk in the sung Bruce 4 ITCH Ig Snooz Sand Iul Dee "'MENPink Cadi- lac' It's Casualt WTF KIMBERLY L. WILSON, I'm off to find my unicorn! GTWY ED. '84, '85, NHS, Band, musicals. Thanx to all my friends, esp. LH DWAL BK BB IP LP Boss 8: Amy ...All My Love to Ioe. 2f18f83 MARY BETH WOOD, Here's to good times: ITISBSKR: CAN IZ? WTF WSRC SMUT. Thanks for making me smile: Bon DT 8: GT KSBGLL MEINKDMWER IMMSTWGRCM. Thanks for your sup- port M sr DfM+B+T TAMMY WOODWORTH, If u c some one without a smile give them yours! Mar Chris RBMBNBCCABBH - Thanx 4 ev- erything - Don't be down cuz the future is ahead. OK? I love u Ioe! So cute! CONNIE WRAZEN, Thanx for the good times - Doo dawn Iay Dina Shully Iill Iello lThanX!I RE RG ESP DAN BOB ED ISLAND IN THE STREAM KEITH-N- CONNIE I WUV MOM 8: DAD! SHELIA WYANT, Thanks to all my friends for all the memories! Esp. Lor, Mar, Beth, Ken - I love you! We're gonna make it . . . SOMEDAY! THANKS MOM 8: DAD SHELIAYOUNG, Life belongs to the liv- ing, and we who live must be prepared for change! PR GXFXF: DWTSKSICCK Thanx: MAPA-ACSUM84MEM. H.A. M.LA . . . G23-THWXT REST!! 'KM-M" MIKE ZAK, Regents, Had great times wf soup, B, IC, MW, MM, DE PBMS 8: SK 8: THE PEELER, LED ZEPPELIN "Close the door put out the lights," LATENITE wfEB EMF LUV CV KEVIN ZAKOWSKI, Words are hard to find, when you have to say good bye, to people you've worked with, people you've loved. Thanks to ME, MV IC, LR GL, IO, PH AND TYRONE. KIMBERLY ZAWADZKI, This isn't good- bye it's just another page in the book called life. Never forget your high school years for they're one of the best. DR DS, IK, -!- friends. AUDREY ZIMMERMAN, Audee-Never say goodbye, Iust so long good times WXAT, DT, IT, CM, MZ, MG, DW, SN, DG, KW especially till "I love you" You're a hard habit to break 10f24f84 KYM ZIOMKOWSKI, May all your dreams come true ASTABF "B" 8: LAUR Summer '84 TATMIOL HOMECOMING '84 Also LOFT DBIFMR TTGRPN RDRGDANE I WFLY IACK: 1ST SL FT LOVE YA M8:D+H! Prophetic Words of the Senior Class of 1985 Most likely to succeed: Paul Klawitter Most likely to be an actress: Danelle Barrett Most likely to be an actor: Bill LaPiana Most likely to be a pro athlete: Chuck Conti Most likely to get married: Ray Fischer and Denise Gehen Most likely to be a Frontier student for life: Bill Erickson Most school spirit: Donna Hall Most popular girl: Beth Evancho Most popular boy: Chris Balbierz Most unforgettable: Donna Hall Most obnoxious: Mike Zak and Dave Turgeon Most unique lgirll: Mary Catherine Harney Most unique lboyl: Greg Tripp Menace to the highway: Bucky Gleason Cutest smile fgirll: Mary Ernst Cutest smile lboyl: Tim McCoy Cutest eyes fgirll: Lisa Reger Cutest eyes fboyl: Tim Herlehy Torment to the faculty: Karen Grimes Best Dressed lgirllz Mary Catherine Harney Best Dressed lboyl: Ed Roliczek Class clown: Don Smith Class Couple: Bob Falcone and Kim Mazon Class Flirt: Don Smith Prettiest Girl: Lori Pawlicki Most handsome guy: Mike Probst Spunkiest senior: Wendy Weiss Best buns fmalelz Bill Grogan Best buns ffemalelz Beth Strasser Laziest Senior: Paul Schimert Best friends: Kathy Baldelli and Lisa Brennan S Prophecy f 91 v' V if 4 ,ff 1 jr! 1, 2, ,Q , ff M Class of 385 H xi" Lf ' mf fa :Sf f s4,,,,,, lg, ,A 1 W?-fi , M ww 'J 5 if , , 1 . ,,L, I f ff I 1 9 ,, " ' Zuni -f 1? ' I ffwi' ,i2E":rf1?,i2m W1 - fu f- " V "I " , ""' m m, , 1 m" g , ' " 5 h K . M. 92fSeniors , fl ,,,,v,,.,,,, .Q mf 917' L sm 51- What a Long Stra 11 9 .Lf M 3 ,E .f ww.. I .. , f' .iw K 'Q' Lisa patiently posing for our camera. Shelly and Lori - friends forever. , , ,,,., ...im ,x u i si - 7 i,- - l w'w.- . - e :1-1 . 6, l"' if ,.'- A , K l . I I s w.-' fy t at i I at r i t Bob and Karen with Mrs. Gasper in AV Gober, aren't you a little old for a rocking horse? 96fCandids Mr. Norris and Mr. Schaller discussing strategy Tim seeks needed nourishment. I ' 'fu That's no way to talk to a photographer! Mr. Biersbach teaches out of the classroom too. Stopping for a picture on their way out. Lisa Brennan tries to fly Don't look so surprised Ann Marie. y ! ,Q ,M iv -as gm , Qt V , Nancy Frank practices service retarns. Tom Morgan hard at work in wood shop. 3, ,f Sandy Sanetz practices her mechanical drawing. Varsity Cheerleaders display their great spirit 98fCandids 66 991P Movin On UESTION: What Students Are ANSWER: IUNIORS 6N ,iX x QxQXXNXXW, ' r Z I f W K Classes and I wx mix S 1 SW 1 V Qdsp T , Jun'-:img E Q: 5111572 5"'f+5 Bomisrous wwbr tv. ttf, W in 14 FG , l.'iZ,.Xi Atta" V I 5 N01 N-3 Cagual- 'ft- 1 X X Yo MAMA , -5'-if 7435765 il MTf0f!4f ohyfo '5 C6155 1 1-1145 TAMMY LISA KELLY ill 0, Sm-i N 11. Where is room six located? 12. l-low many classrooms are in the building? 13. What is buried in the front lawn of the High School? 14. How many books are in the library? 15. How many stops does the elevator make? 16. What is the auditorium seating capacity? lWithin 251 21. What is the cafeteria seating capacity? KWithin 251 22. What was room 218 used for before it was a computer lab? 23. How many windows are there in the senior high? tWithin 1001 24. What happened to room 122? 25. How many doorways are in the building? tWithin 101 26. What did Mr. Sullivan teach before being Principal? 31. Who is the junior class advisor? 32. Do the school lavatories have room numbers? 33. True or false, only Frontier teachers can teach 34. True or false, the student population of Frontier school 35. How long is 36. Which is the 41. What was the 42. What is the 43. How far is it 44. What radio 45. What was 46. How many 51. How many 52. How many 53. How many 54. Who was the 55. Who is the 56. Who is the 61 What was the Senior Class prank class boy of this of this year's 1971? 62. Which faculty member has an office in the basement? What is the Frontier Alma mater tschool song1? . Does Frontier have an official school flag? . What is the seating Capacity of the Frontier Football stands? tWithin 501 66 Approximately how many Frontier graduates have there been? fWithin 5001 C. Abram L. Abramo D. Adams D. Allein B. Appleby W Arthur K. Baker K. Baker S. Baker C. Bakowski D. Barbera S. Barnas L. Barr D. Bates FI Bauer H. Bauer L. Baumann 'II Baxter D. Becker I. Beckley B. Bednarz B. Bednarz W. Benn D. Bennett G. Benzel M. Berges 'ii Best I. Bianchi K. Biddle C. Bigelow D. Bish B Blackowski l 100fIuniors W Blaze L. Blenker S. Bloom G. Bogumil S. Bompczyk 4 snug- QR Q!! .sw X 5 lu if Q' 2 iiw HQ L. Boser 5 D 5 7.2 ! M Bi! ,V ,. M "'k .Ri f Q, ' -' i t B lL . r V rg '-1 -fr x, f no j K. Bowen D. Bower M. Brehm C. Brown I. Brown C. Bruscia M. Brylski 'IT Buchanan M. Bukaty C. Bussi D. Caboot M. Calabrese M. Caliguiri D. Cappara I. Carbone S. Cassidy R Castanza W Cheeke T Cherico H. Chiodo I. Chorazak I. Ciccarella A. Clifford M. Clifford C. Cole M. Colern S. Colligan S. Colligan M. Compise T Conmy S. Connolly A. Conti Iuniorsf101 R. Cook B. Corcoran C. Cuddihy W Culver K. Curcio R Czuba D. Darel D. Dearmyer D. Deberardinis D. Deberardinis D. Deming D. Detig TI Detwiler H. Diaz G. DiFlavio K. Dinan D. Disaverio D. Donaldson M. Donaldson R. Donaldson TI Doty D. Doverspike I, Doyle M. Drewiega A. Dreyer K. Dundon V Dunston M. Eberhardt I. Eckert M. Eckert I. Eckman M. Eckman W. Edel A. Engle 102fIuniors I " . -H- ls. Q- ' 1 ., .,.,,. .. ., ., N .. ,K is -':'--' .K " R' Erhandt ' hl l 5 Q- . D' Efkef I. Evancho 'lf Everett K. F antuzzo , X X. R I. F1 I. L. M M flflffa he 1: W '..... L H :Z I. F arallo 5 IQQ if ligiy R. Ferro 2555! k-f' .QF Fihghera EEK L C. Fisher eeee L- Fischer QW 5 M D Fitzgerald S. Fitzgibbons D. Flores R. Foley V F orcucci K. Fox XX N N. Frank I ...V 1,3 I K ' :fir io f . ,. ? M T X n ga, A Fridell X . A M32 E. Fuller K C. Ganey 1 5 S L. Gannon -- ilt tl' H, Ggrdinu C. Gardner D Garvin . Gawlak . Gekulak Genovese Gerace Gesin Gideo K. Gleson M. Glinsld E. Gordon M. Gordon Grajeda Iuniorsf103 A. Grinder E. Gross K. Grubb I. Gumhalter C. Gwitt C. Hacic K. Haines I. Halas I. Hall C. Halley B. Hannel I. Harry N. Haugh A. Heilig 'IT Helmer B. Hens H. Herr S. Herwood K. Hesketh M. Hildebrand H. Hine 'lf Hoffman S. Horucy I. Horvath S. Host M. Hudson A. Hughes D. Ingersoll D. lzydorczak TI Izydorczak 104fIuniors EM . l Ui a I E X , 3 A .ggi 3' if Silvia 3 M ll lr 5 535512 A sl.l ss f 'V , XF, , six S", X ,, M lf x if A X vm. X . , ew-B9 s T 2, ee! Q X S fe .,kf,k 3 .ff-.5 H 2 i 4 f lf ,A X x if 1' .swf g . 3. V W ? X r, if s is X la a ,I fi " e1Qs.:ii?-1 - . N E ?i w 3 E il 'N' s ! 3 2 x F X H F 5 li s 3 E P r I. Iabcuga 'II Iacobs M. Iarnot L. Iaskowski R. Ienson M. Ieswold R. Iewitt L. Iohn D. Iones S. Iones E. lust R. Kacmarskl C. Kehoe S. Kelleher K. Kelley R Kellner R. Kellogg L. Kelly 'II Kerr S. Kijunka 'II Kingman K. Knapik R Knapik S. Knisely A. Koch D. Koch 'IZ Krakowski M. Krautsack B. Kruse R Kruszku B. Kryszak D. Kubiok Iuniorsf105 Z. Kerunovic K. Koralewskl C. Korzkowskl B. Kowalczyk D. Maslowsky M Mastrangeio W. McAndrew I. Kunseiman C. Kusczak M. Kwapich T Kwiatkowski R. Kwietniewski R Labinski L. LaFave C. Lang S. Lates H. Lenard R Lepsch D. Lewis L. Lewis I. Lichon D. Lippacher I. Lockwood I. Lonchet I. Lorden S. Lorka M. Lotocki R Lux D. Macchioni C. Madigan TI Manning M. Marean L. Mathews K. McCu11y M McDonnell 106fIuniors K :H . ,-,' .5 .5 A ' 2.5 A . - is ..,,, -- . ,-'-- :ef-1 4' EE Si. L. McDonnell M. McMil1en S. McNaughton C. Mecozzi D. Meegan E. Meier E. Mendola M. Menton T Merlette M. Meyer C. Miller I. Miller S. Miller VY Minich 1. Mink M. Miserendino M. Mohorovcic R. Monckton E. Mondel K. Moppert K. Morgan S. Morris K. Mozgawa W. Nash M. Niedermeier T Noeller K. Nowak R Oaks G. Obad T O'Brien I. O'Connor C. O'Dee S. Olejniczak D. Orlowski H. Osika Iuniors X 107 S. Parker D. Patton C. Pavel M. Pawela I. Pawlak H. Pelow C. Penn D. Penvose C. Perez S. Perkins D. Petrie I. Petrus L. Phillips H. Phillips A. Pienta D. Pienta D. Pietraszek L. Pietrooarlo L. Pike W Pike I. Pikul S. Pirotta L. Pound 1. Pracitto T Prendergast M. Puglisi R Hapini M. Bausch H. Bausch I. Heczek 108fIuniors M. OU T Page A. Palermo A. Palombaro R Paolini : - 1 W , 3 K E ' I ... N . g igs 5 A " ""' V l 'Q , i X xii R as i N yi' 1 sl!! to ,, S - Q21 ,." is, is K ik Nagin E 'R 'M we X- 37353 U Si? 'Q as M 53 w 5. A ., . .E l 1 fi'. ..-f..f,.1,..3if . ,... YE -'rg 2 X ' fx 12iI,1 ,, .11 LQ1,i':-Ll S ' - - . Schmidt Schmidt Schmidt M. Schmidt C. Schneider D. Reiller I. Renowden R. Renskowski R Renzo K. Rich K. Richards B. Richardson V Richardson K. Richter H. Riederer I. Riley R Ritter I. Rivera I. Rizzo N. Rizzo L. Rominger R Roorda T Russell G. Russo A. Rutkowski C. Rzeznik M. Saladyga D. Salerno Ri. Salisbury Ro. Salisbury D. Sargent N. Sausner R. Scheffler M. Schichtel C. Schiedel Iuniorsf109 L. Schoen A. Scholes K. Schroeder K. Schultz I. Schunk K. Schwartz C. Scinta H. Scocchera L. Scoma G. Scott E. Scroggs T Shafer E. Shannon D. Sheff T1 Simon K. Sitarek M. Slater L. Small T Smelser G. Smith C. Sobczak L. Sorrentino S. Soto D. Spring E. Stafford K. Stafford M. Stahura A. Steward K. Sticht M. Stockman K. Strawbrich R. Stuart 'II Sullivan M. Suto 1 1OfIuniors . L f . ','SS .ni - n 'ief .... .ii.. .,.. E - W-'. ,L K Q ' .g,,...1fs2r'W' Hmmm Ea! M' .,..... ,..,, Q "1 -wwf- .mm ppnmgn- B3 5 l Q s gs 3 li if 3 si at .K K 3 -W':: 'T :SVC .11 ll X w Mglf gp K lit Rss 5,3 Q f x E L 31 skmyfws Q- 3 V41 W L. Switzer D. Syta R. Szezublewski K. Szelewski R Tatar I. Taylor T Taylor E. Tedesco R. Thomann W. Thompson E. Tirado G. Tobias K. Tomicki C. Toporek D. Trask I. Trayford B. Urban K. Uzunov M. Volvo L. Vetter N. Wade I. Wagner H. Waite 1. Walczak R Walier D. Wall H. Wappman B. Weibel L. Welker G. West I. West S. Westlake C. Wetzler M. Welzler M. Wicher I. Wieszcholek Iuniors f 111 H. Vwld R. Will D. Vidlliams D. VW11iams K. Mlliams L. VW11iams R. VWI1iams K. Windsor 'IT Vwsiorek L. Wohlabaugh N. Wojcik TI Wojoik T Wood M. Woodworth B. Yeaton D. Yetman S. Zack I. Zdon .5255 A. Austin L. Bendzula B. H. D. H. VI I. T Bingenheimer Borowski Burke Burns Caggiano Cappara Combs K. Demmerly C. Dowdali H. Edwards M. Glinski L. B. Green Hernandez I. Hu11 R Iackson M. Kay W Kanpp C. Kresconko G. Lemke I. Lichy I. Losel L. Mcdonneil K. O'Connor 1 12 f Camera Shy Iuniors .M Camera Shy Iuniors If-531185 D. Pelsey I. Pfister M. Queen T Quinn R Rauscher R Reich D. Scheffler H. Schwab R. Seufert K. Skolink L. Smith B. Snyder W Swygert M. Szczublewski B. Tabbi I. Thomas N. Thurston C. Todorov C. Venti B. Zembrycki D. Zerby E Wdrihiing C, Zgerb I- Westlake E. Zoerb M. Maher W Young G. Zoizack L. Zorn What is Ieanette using the bass clarinet as? We're sure not camera shy Using the smoking lounge as a Iav? Since when does the cafeteria-Serve Sundaes? WMU the real Oscar the grouch please stand? Candids X 1 13 v Mr. Hlckey always smiles during lunch. "Fm tired of acting out your stories!" He won't stop looking at me Donna! 2'-..w"' Senior lounge causes a big smile. Paul Schimert meditates intensely Crawford and Sue Zack try out new toys! Chris helps -K: was - if Ev mpg' s s Why are her glasses on her lap? service man repair one of Mr. Bailey's new toys. Mr. Kerr brings "The Middle Ages" to life. Candids X 115 116fCandids "What's it to you?" Is Mike Wagner concentrating on matters other than music? J Is this the lab for Applied Business Law? Karen and Iudy practice locker room conversation. "Is this another one of those famous candids?" CaI1didSf'117 Trivia is often defined as matters seeming 1n significant or inessential It literally translates into that which comes from the street What better way of connecting these distinct mean ings than with the above individual breakdanc mg on the street To many of us breakdancing offers little sig nificance, but to the dancer himself, it repre- sents hours of intense preparation, discipline and self-satisfaction. The acquiring of all knowledge requires these same qualities of preparation and discipline. Who really knows what may be one day signifi- cant? The process of education leads individ- uals out in acquiring information. A true stu- dent never ceases in his thirst for knowledge. Regardless of whether this knowledge turns out to be significant or trivial, the feeling of self- satisfaction from learning can never be taken away Q ESTION: W H ho re Referred to as 'slits NSWER: SOPHO ORES General Informatlon ow many buses are m the Frontrer fleet? F t r raduate 15 a movle producer? What ron 19 g What Frontxer graduate 1S an ABC sports personahty? 'a What two dlstrlcts merged to form Frontrer hat year was Frontrer centrahzed? W Who was the frrst semor hrgh prmcrpal? h h 1t o ened? How many grades were at the semor hxg w en p Who was the drstrrct s frrst Supermtendent of Schools? n what state rs Gateway printed? l h F ntrer school drstrrct? How many mules long 1S t e ro 1' Prxor to 1970 where were all proms held W O chestra? hat Frontier graduate plays for the Buffalo Phxlharmonrc r duates are currently school dlstrrct superrntendents? How many Frontrer gra h what other name was consldere Before the name Frontler was c osen k t F ntrer? What natronally known pohtrcal frgure has spo en a ro 'r f ks have been at Frontrer besldes Mrs Santoro How many chle coo 1 O 11 12 13 14 15 16 21 22 ' 23 24 25 , 26 31 32 , d? 33 34 35 Who was Charlotte Lewrs 1+ How rs the cost of the yearbook subsrdrzed What IS the seatrng capacity of the gym? 65 68 What IS the seatxng capacrty of the natatorlum? 'a What other school rn Western New Yor uses True or false Mrs Hart and Mrs Yetrnan tSen1or l-hgh Secretarresj are both Frontler graduates? What Enghsh teacher formerly coached the swrm team? What two admrmstrators played on the same Lackawanna l-hgh School basketball team? In what state 1S the other Frontxer I-hgh School located? What busmess teacher formerly coached the swlm team? How many bus drrvers are employed by the Frontrer drstrrct? tW1th1n 101 How many schools are servlced by the Frontrer buses? lW1thxn 51 What rs the most traveled bus rn the Frontrer fleet? Wh t does Mrss Prnkowskr teach durlng summer school? a In terms of enrollment where does Frontler rank mn populatron? d C nvenxent Food Mart have ln common? What do an msurance office a Montesorr Center an a o What IS the mudhole ? v What sport do Frontrer students compete xn on a club basrs Includmg the senror hrgh how many hrgh schools are rn the Frontler school drstrrct? 36. ' ' ' . 41. ' ' ' . 42. ' ' ' ' . 43. Who is the sophomore class advisor. 44. ' k the Falcon as its mascot? 45. . , . . ' ' ' ' Q 46. ' ' ' . 51. ' ' ' . sz. ' ' ' . 0 53. , ' ' . 54- . . . . . . . 55. ' ' . ' ' ' 55. ' ' ' . 61- . . . . l 52. , ' ' ' . 63. ' ' , ' , ' ' . 64. ' " ". 99? E. Anthony D. Appenheimer I. Applegate 'If Austin C. Baker H. Baker K. Baker C. Baldelli H. Bantle C. Barrera D. Barrett H. Barringer S. Barrow I. Barry A. Bartus D. Basinski I. Battleson L. Becker C. Beckwith L. Benn I. Bennett S. Bennett D. Beres R Bevelock M. Bieber I. Bielman L. Blain H. Blaylock A. Blaze K. Bley 1 20fSophomores ef .M X S 55 . X gn N' XR is 5' 5 " QQ Q? . jk . A :gg - -..,,.t.. .,..f gk kk . gi an rl f Ee. Q fi. Ill Agn. . 2 5 1 nee . ,.-geek tex. - S5 ...S S .-.twzsk . K. Adamczyk C. Adams S. Albarella E. Allexenberg - ' llq- Q . . we 1 1 .,,- 41,4 --'1 . 2. K. Bodekor G. Bontillo R. Boser M. Bosiacki M. Bowen W. Bower I. Bratek K. Bratek N. Braun T Braunscheidel S. Braymiller D. Brennan D. Britton L. Brocki C. Brown K. Brown D. Buchanan B. Bunch M. Burau 'If Burke R. Burns H. Buscaglia C. Butera K. Carmody D. Carpenter I. Carson D. Carter S. Casuccio I. Cekalske H. Cerne Sophomores f 121 K. Cocklin H. Cole S. Convissar 'IT Conway C. Corsi G. Constantino A. Couche S. Coyle D. Cretacci 'lf Croad B. Bronin M. Cudzlic TI Cummings 'II Czarcinski I. Dahl S. Daly I. Darner I. Davies D. Dawson T Dearth D. Deinzer L. Dembski F- W. .,.., .,,.. - . 4 3 5, 3..., ,::...,...N .K -vxfl' l- " 5-: ei? ii A i -- Hg s A..-- ., 2 S .B Q s S5 5 N l 4. lvl 535 X si : if sf Q Q Rm., E 5 as .viii .L Q 9 "X P .Q E .xi , yj.. w x .eizgggzv . , Q ' . .Qi-1 Q... f ' .w.-1-imsws j'Q1Q' .. . V. . A... sw. S . ....... 'K .PX ., .. . w55!Qfg?5:g zss:g1z.... , -1.1 . .-.,.:ze2Qi9a:s.? A .. .... ,,,,, , ..,.. . ,M .. W '7' V iiiief N Ei. . Tis .X 5 fi if-a 'I L NX K -4-li Ni Z X Q mf as X M is L. DeVinney L. Devlin K. Dills I. Dinan K. Dodge E. Donovan S gil . . .,. . .l'11l1e X 5 ' 1 A ,. is.: 5 '71 mx 6 iw fm . ? I lg s Z.. - gg: - 2 ---- as if-I 'fl E. 11, K' 12? K ,S lm Q I X M N Q .e. M. Dowdall G. Drusbik M. Druzbik B. Duffek K. Duquette 122fSophomores 'NX P' K. Dussing L. Dylik I. Eckert L. Eckert C. Eckman I. Edmunds M. Edwards I. Elardo M. Elfers H. Emel D. Enser I. Evancho 'lf Evans D. Falcone D. Farley I. Fasciana H. Ferguson . M. Fessel Fl. Filighera L. Fiorello M. Fisher D. Flanigen S. Flierl L. Flynn I. Foerster R Friddel S. Fruchtel C. Gallivan R. Galluzzi I. Gardner I. Garra H. Gawlak C. Gawronski Sophomoresf123 S. Gerlach C. Gill 'lf Giordano D. Gizzi I. Glase H. Goldstein M. Gonser L. Goodberry B. Goodier M. Gorski I. Goupil 'If Govenettio B. Greene K. Greene C. Gregoire D. Gregoire S. Gretka K. Grimaldi C. Gunning R. Gutekunst K. Hacic L. Haines I. Haley N. Hammond G. Hormel W Harmon R. Hart R Hartel M. Hatten R Hauser G. Hazen Heinemann M. Henrich 1 24fSophomores ,..... i 1 H., F"'! 'riff1ES . . U ., .- - i :i EEJM' 1 ,.. . . , ., . -. am gg Q Nr 5 . g N K. A if X . 2 la :Q K 3 L , x 5. ,z1,.,,Q.- LH- ' .... . ., ' 'W l .. Q i E.: 1 .. 1 V , a .5 ..., ,Se , M A we 1 X . .1 " . if '-r' . ' 'B . . " irlshiii-l7.'f.i55:5 x iii-fl? R '131: f1r?115E2E5?Y5YE Nw ,.,, sn .Qu s'S 1 as 'mm -.f-f':.....- x .Aw . .,,kf x. -vii: .2.,...,L QA 'lf 'E 4. -.,. . --,- --v. 1 .- .W F YT N N5 s X' El 1 ...-nfs N iw, M. s X XE X is New gm 'XS X xy? 3 MXQSS X- Y 9 'W ., f f. X.. . -15.3415 - sw... -H YE, E. . S . 'taxi "" 2' s z EE2S1EE2E!Q.- 1. .. A... 11.-. .. ,- X ..,' 1- . mm .X x 2... xi f N W' X X Fw X Xx X 'R v0 YE' X sr ,, Q as lg . K 3, E 'N ... ,S . R 1 wifi- C ,. H A' . . 5: x skii i f . a ii . 15" .:-as , ':. . , 133' I . Q 1 . Sw 4 Q, X. .2 r j. Herrington B. Hess L. Hincherick C. Hint S. Hoctor sg: l L ... Ax fwfw W X aging Xi x .NCQ H4 X i B. Holl L. Holley M. Horn D. Horne S. Horton j. Houseknecht H. Hyser D. lafallo L. lmler C . Ingrassia C. Ishmael j. jackson A. jefferlone j. jemiolo B. johnston D. joseph S. jovananovsk j. joynt j. just j. Kapuza 'II Kashino S. Kosinski G. Keefer L. Kelly C. Kencel S. Kencel j. Kick j. Kijanku E. Kinn K. Klein Sophornores f 125 i K. Koralewski D. Kotlowski M. Kowalczyk 'II Krone G. Kruszka 'IT Kruszka R Kuebler C. Kurucz C. Lung I. Lang K. Longo M. Lango L. Larivey M. Lorosu C. Lasantoa K. Lashuu I. Lates B. Leard K. Leovell G. Lechowski W. Leibold I. Lenahan K. Lenahan W. Lester T Lepsch M. Lippacher H. Loder D. Lorrens H. Luczak R Lumadue H. Klinck K. Klinger M. Knoszuk TZ Kocur L. Kogut 211' es 1... GAL .,.. , .fs ,"f i yfii h ---x s ,,.,.f -..' --f-- -, 1: -ff.- .. f ---f.-- mgE,g. a .,.. .. 5. 1 26fSophomores T . . t . . .... ee..o ...o K .. .. - - ..1..,g1 , AJS ii . gre g . ...gfgryx fri QS xg 5 K rr W X 'Q E , ix Q Q 5' X N My ii . . .ir ,L'-,. 1 f --fn.-sz 3 al KKSSWN maui .. f . ,,. ,.,-...,..ei.,:....x.. -1 .. ,- ..- .N f---. , 2 1 w 1.1. HQ 3 1 ' x Xi awe" in yi ak.. .f W n X x .siik . , T Lyons L. Mack I. Mackey 'IT MacNeil K. Mahoney G. Maloney D. Mandiak R. Mann D. Manning FI Marks M. Martin C. Martinez R Martinez G. Maslowsky T Masterman I. Mau D. Mayerhofer M. McCarthy D. McConnell W. McConvey C. McCooey C. McCormick C. McGee S. McHugh I. McSkimming I. Medynski C. Mehrdud A. Meriino D. Mescall L. Meyer R Meyer D. Michalek K. Michalski Sophornoresfl 27 H. Micucci E. Miller G. Miller S. Mink R Mitchell B. Mohan L. Molnar N. Montague K. Morgan R Morgante C. Muniz T Mye L. Myers R. Nagy I. Nappa S. Nappo I. Nash B. Naumojjf M. Naumovski S. Neal E. Neuhauser B. Newman I. Nistler H. Nocera B. Nowak D Nowakowski D. Nunciato I. Obad K. O'Boyle K. O'Connell 128fSophomores 3. :elm WEN we W ikr. V. - C. O'Connor S. Oszust A. Pacyon W. Page Mwwm www A Q S. Pagels S. Puluch M. Polyszeski C. Paterson C. Pattison K. Patton L. Patton T Pauley E. Pawlak E. Petrov N 5 ' "' ""' ',.:.I 1 EE ff 5 '1 i i . A' . K K' K j . gif? . X., ' HE D. Petrus A. Pierino 'P' R. Pilger A. Polakiewicz - . lf if 1 I " W1 Q- -Q g X xx S is Z 3 . is 3 SS X S Q Q 1 N 3 E K Q X XR A B x s Qxxxx X X N Xxx 5 Q X ffl' i 'iss 5' t i v v I. Pollock H. Pollum A. Porpora D. Portka -H15 arrulnllui an - -1 .As 51, 3 if , 5 PM , -. .Q Q S Wu, R, X K u 1 X.. .. 3 Qs The wee- - txt ...- ..... f x y : it Q - 5 "', , S .ata .... , Elf Ei A srrs X . D , k . H .Q.izN.s.. .TN .. X. , . . Yg,,, In s G. Pound K. Predko 'IZ Prendergast I. Probst A P :--r ' Q 1 I' urce . . S- Hfwhlmskl to asnr D. Huczku f'1 - R HOIIIC fiaiiff Ranick D. Hath Km t x 5 gi is X. 3. I Q D. Ratka L. Ratka I. Redden C. Reed 'Ii Heed T Regis Sophomores X 129 5233 L Rinar E Rindfleisch K. Reiber H Richardson R Richardson K. Richter D. Scheffler M. Schiferle S Ring S. Roberts G. Robinson I. Robinson I. Robinson M. Rogers R. Rogers P Ross Rothenberger I. Rozanski K. Russell L. Russo R Ryan S. Rybarczyk G. Sage S. Saia TZ Salerno K. Salisbury S. Sanders I. Santana A. Sartori C. Sawicki D. Sawicki S. Scarsella 1. Schasel I. Scheuer 130fSophornores f,....,.w-.t ,,,,..... . .smssggg m Ea is-2 x' W www ifmwwl ... . B . .. 3 ' " e v 'Hs f ..-M -N s.. - K 2 - . . . . . L ..-, . , .kr. .,.." S rrsa to at 'Qi EN' k,..,.V As- , iiifizn. 51' my an -1 iw., .flgsfxnf is rs f 'uE5 sg is 5' ,i 5' W r W I Y Q E a it is A ., Nh was 3 R, if-.9 ' f K xv Q 5 5 ' R e Www tw R Schiferle M. Schizel H. Schneider I. Schooley M. Schubbe L. Schuh D. Schultz M. Schuster E. Schweikhard M. Scinta B. Scozzaro L. Scroggs FI Selice B. Sheff Shelton Sikorski Simino Simons Sipos Sitarek Siwiec Skop Sl-:ora Slater M. Slater M. Small K. Smith H. Smith D. Spezio I. Spring Sophomoresf131 A. Stephenson T Stone E. Streety F Strnad K. Strong K. Stuart I. Sullivan R Sullivan V Sullivan M. Sutfin R. Swahlon L. Swift I. Switzer N. Szczublewski R Szczublewski K. Szkutak H. Tarabula K. Timmel N. Tirado l. Tokarczyk I. Tomaselli I. Tomczak G. Toporek I. Torgerson D. Tracy 'IT Trayford S. Trojanovic L. Unoapher B. Vance I. Vandenbergh K. Vandenbergh Q A. Venezia A. Verbanoff D. Vitrano 1 YN X XX ffif - N Q55 Qu . Q . N'- ixsnf. - is .E in '.'. :' .. S z' ri 1222? .sz . . N- .5 .fzmi-.ieesz A --A .misizgg it lllllll X . A ...... ... .Y 1 -. .-as SSX' 22 i-mmm 'ibm REX S mmm Ny we Q mf N5 3 it X a fflifirll' 5 l 11: 55.M...,.W , X S., 5. ...... .ggi . Sf. 'S "g:3?rfgl.. if gm S X xt, Sf Q i 'Q Q if it ii, S Q Q A K 1 53663 gs? iz. 3. QZQETYE' 132fSophomores ,HR ., A .., , . Sw ' : ., ,.,,.,,x I ,Vh, . -'ky nfl Q XS' Bmw ,.- gs. Mi' "-wg! 5 i Q . . NR:- . . ,wma i ggi l N -X. Q if 2 Y X, fits i .... 5. ...ye S . Mix Q .. is X ,R fs . ."' A . - - - Ns... It X ' X X 'YQ X N N533 SRX 'Qs WK x Nb A N X X as N S-S3-M15-'s. F W. Q -awww F . . . mwrc es-4. - Ke. 1 f I . f i N U 5 r x 1 1 . is W fx VE , rg . 1 N -5- fi QF.. Q' . fr K ii ..', ey, -Q., -X x " 1 . ..- 5- .S W N' ...Qs . 1. s .. W x wfasfeg. as: . , . N Nr l N gaze? -N ' N ss 'fi if 1.4-s..:... ue.. WW 12 L iazeaiasnzz-1 .ff ..., - .., -- T si X Q X . LL,,L 1-L A . . ..... ...L , ' 'L'LL N5 SN . ,.....,. . . I. Voltz C. Vullo L. Von Henry L. Walsh S. Walsh K. Walton L. Wasmund M. Watson R Weaver I. Weber K. Weber R Webster M. Weiser S. Weiskerger H. Wentz K. West K. Westphal K. Wetzler L. Wheeler A. White H. White K. Vthcher M. Vwcinski L. Vlhlczek L. Vwndsor 'If Vwnkler R. Vlhnter R. Witkowski M. Woelfel H. Wood D. Woodling S. Woodworth T Worthington I. Wozniak Sophomoresfl 33 D. Zanelotti I. Zoladz I. Zorn I. Zuchowski J. Zywicki H. Bangel R Yoviene C. Zohm W. Zak R. Zuklikowski K. Zakowski C. Wruzen L. Wyant S. Wyman D. Yakal gwzg ' 'l 5 .Z W :sig . ,X 11,55 fy. f Af f. f I mf .5 WW ' f:ws:ssasffMfE5: ......f,e.,.fmm+i f f 1 -ff new , W fe eh , U A .Z "h' ,f7,w,..' G5 V 'ml' qw w - ,If W . , ff A f . H V ,,,.. ' L.-1 ..... . W ..,,k.,,.h,,.. ,,,. , , nf ,.. ew.. ., ,,..:.:w.,..f 2 .1 E :W ,r5v ,,.. fi-f"f "lL 4 ... l " ""' ' ' Camera Shy Sophomores D. Arkins A. Engle F1 Friddel E. Ferri M. Henry M. Horn S. Kline H. Kresconko C. LaSonto K. Lesiak C. Lillis M. McMunigle S. Mejio D. Murphy D. Nelson A. Peterson D. Scheffler I. Scheuer M. Schiferle G. Stevens R. Vetter A. Visco A. Weber E. Weber M. Woelfel 1 34fCamera Shy Sophomores s.eafe-'wif .. 5 yeyy 3 . ..... ,, ,..,, , f.. W -V 5 QRU E I ' ,bf fgizglfsiflf- Y PCT swf.: 'ns .Ky 2,3 Vf . Q ,. . I K E 1 f 1 is k 2 W 3 x X i 3 3 is 2 5 5 3 5 2 Vffs 6 S 5 v lil.-. iiigx 'Nm Y .ng izeii li'ls,S.,.5l,kxgx5i,! X iiigl. J Vg ig iid i , A L.. 95. .7 f 42 1' , Af .1 ,Lp W4 - .. 001'-08 ummm 'ra so on ffm 10 '21 i27.:3'-5'1" "3 ifiiii'-TNH 0 s FIT-ITIEFI 'U E- G U T13 1 ip if 3 iwgg Hmm I LV Cheerleaders Prove Championship Caliber ,,s The Frontier Iu- nior Varsity Cheer- leaders were also Champions cheer- leaders. They attend- ed Elmira College Cheerleading camp. The group received a "Spirit Stick Award" for demonstrating their dedication and hard work. They also attended the Erie County Cheerleading Com- petition and tied for second place. HOW 1: TI Masterman, S. Gretka, L. Holley D. Steele ICO-Capt.l. ROW 2: T Evans, C. Ab IC . L. ram apt l, Wasmund, K. Klein, TI Pauley TI Kerr. HOW 3: S. Ring, H. Buscaglia. Talk about physical dexterity! Was Kim caught off-guard? Lisa and Tammy smile for camera I. VY girls are one, big happy family arsit Cheerleaders Con tinue Tradition 1: N. Almendinger, K. Kelly ROW 2: K. Wasmund fCo-Capt.J, I. Gideo, H. Phillips ' - . B fCo-Cu t.J. HOW 4: D.. l. ROW 3. K. Mozon ICO Capt.J, C. Ernst, L rennan p M. Ernst, K. Boldelli. HOW 5: T Wojcik, C. Baxter. Missing: 'IT Hibarich. The 1984-85 Frontier Var- sity Cheerleaders returned from Elmira College this Sll mmer as Champions. hey were first runners-up T for the "Award of Excel- le nce" from a state wide competition sponsored by the National Cheerleaders Association. They also re- C9 ived the "Spirit Stick Award" for their overall atti- tude and spirit each day of the competition. The group also went to the Eri 'e County Fair and cap- tured second place in the competition there. Long hours of practice, creativeness, ability, and en- thusiasm make these cheer- leaders the Champions that they are. Varsity girls perfect the ultimate pyramid. . , I H..-I f W M: I 1 . E , MW. 2 any, i 1 ii' .v , v i E , 2 s gl H, U l I gl Z l A a ' . l lf L --E.: 'l ll tif in! .'+53,fli.w-Q . , . i 1 g .4 E . . V- . is. 2 gtg .j E. .Ni f - f- - lyafta ta., ww Q 5 z S. 2.1, .e.,.. Kathy gets up for Rich. Varsity Cheerleadersf139 Preparation Key to Successful I. V Falcon BQ ROW 1: fBottom rowj: R. Gawlak, E. Pawlak, R. Bantle, C McCo E. oey Streety K. Adamczyk, D. Hath Ft Tarabula I Fas: ciana. HOW 2: S. Weiskerger, D. Zanelotti, Miller, I. Evahcho K. ' ' Dils, M. Hatten, E. Miller, H. Nagy ROW 3' Coach Schranz, Mi Drusbik, 'lf Krone, B. Rogers, I. Battleson, D. Macchioni, G. Siwiec, With a highl com t't' y pe 1 ive eight game schedule, the Iunior Falcons racked up five wins against three losses The la . p yers sense of dedication to physically and mentally prepare for each ame t 'b g con ri uted to such a fine season The Falcons more memorable victories this ear ca y me against Orchard Park, Clarence, and Hamburg. The Falcons defeated Or h d P ' ' c ar ark bythe score of 11-8 to record their first win over the Quakers in more than ten years An undefe t d . a e Clarence team traveled to Frontier only to suffer their first loss by the sco f - ' ' re o Z7 17. In the season s finale, the Falcons took on arch rival Hamburg. The Bulldogs were the onl team t d f y o e eat the teams that had beaten the Falcons. With a sense of ven- geance, th F l ' e a cons defeated the Bulldogs, for the first time in four years, by the score of 3,2-8. All in all the Falcons had a , memorable season. All of the players are to be commended for their consistent efforts. 140fI. V Football G. Lechowski, Coach Clendening. ROW 4: I. Mackey G. son, P Meyer, I. Lates,1. Applegate, S. Wyman, K. Lango. ROW R. B ' ' arringer, B. Galluzzi, G. Toporek, TI Lepsch, M. Schuster, Probst, L. Walsh, B. Greene. . Chuck Conti bounces up. Famous Frontier line at work. C t' e "Rich" Tradition ROW1 C Conti T Salerno H Kaczmarski T O Brien M Meyer F Tatar B Gleason ROW 3: Coach Schaller, K. Doverspike, P N Karnovas T Prendergast G Tripp K Koester W Grogan B Lepsch C Balbierz R Bukaty D. Izydorsczak, B. Bednc1rz,A Falcone A Dunlap P Waller T Warnes ROW 2 I Taylor I Friddell S Fitzgibbons, G. Sawicki, L. Wohlabough, M. Barto C h Biersbach, Coach Stamer. The 1984 Varsity Football Team finished its regular sea- son with a 5-3 won-lost record. A strong defense highlighted the Falcon season recording a total of four shutouts in its eight games. The Falcons won their last five games allowing only two field goals to be scored against them. The sea- son finale, a 27-0 victory over arch-rival Hamburg, clinched the Division II championship in addition to providing the Falcons a trip to Rich Stadium. At Rich, the Falcons defeat- ed State ranked Iamestown by the score of 6-3. This victory earned the Falcons the large school Championship of West- ern New York. Chris Balbierz s near-perfect form Varsity Football X 141 1.11 Soccer Marked b Youthful Enthusia The I. V Soccer team com- pleted its season with a 2-12 won-lost record. This very young team consisting of seven sophomores and 12 ju- nior-high students managed to remain highly enthusias- tic throughout the entire season. The team was led by sev- enth-grader Sotir Tanevsla and sophomores I. B. Sulli- van and Griff Hannel. With such a youthful squad, Fron- tier,s soccer future appears quite bright in upcoming years. S111 Squad members searching for the soccer ball ,O ROW 1: D. Smith, E. Henrich, S. Connolly S. Teneuske, R. I. SuIlivan,S. Neal, 1. Van Denbur h,RS R.Z' I Mullins, TD M ' K. g ass, igg ehofor, e ario, Connollyj.Mason,D.Cobb.ROW2:S. EberhartIMgr.1. a Zack fMgr.J, S.1ones fMgr.I, S. Woodworth, B. Sheff, G. Hannel, 142fI.V Soccer I Coach Wide offers valuable advice. Tm i LB. smiles for mom. Marked Improvement for Varsity Soccer Team members anxiously watch the action. X f eeQo,r,,,r, , r,e2 A.- The 1984 Varsity Soccer team exhibited a marked improvement from teams of previous years. Playing in the strongest Division of Western New York Soccer, they proved to be competitive. One goal decisions were posted in 10 of the 18 games, with the op osi- tion scoring more than 3 goals only once. The detlense spearheaded by seniors Dieter Voss, Co-Captain Ke- vin Moores and Rich Szelewski limited the number of shots by the opposition. They were backed up by the outstanding goaltending of Iunior Todd Russell, who generally played his best against the best. Midfielders Iohn Horvath, Gary Rehner, Chris O'Malley and Co-Captain Paul Phillips helped to control the transition game and initiated the attack. Mario Ferrari and lim Cobb were among the Division scoring leaders with 11 and 8 goals respectively. Post season honors were bestowed upon Mario Fer- rari, Most Valuable player, Co-Captains Paul Phillips and Kevin Moores, and Gary Rehner. Kevin Kora- lawski was voted Most Improved Player. Graduating 13 seniors leaves Co-Captains elect John Horvath and Bob Iensen with 11 holdovers from this year's team. ROW 1: R Klawitter, M. Salazar, I. Cobb, M.. Wicher, H. Szelewski, V Ciufetelli. HOW 2: I. Horvath, D. Sheff, M. Ferrari, T Russell, D. Spring, S. Soto, I. Doyle, K. Moores. ROW 3: V Horvath, M. Nowak, M. Van Cise, L. Persons fManagersl, K. Tamol, M. Sala- l can't get ihe darn ball. ' l N dayga, D. Voss, R Phillips, R. Jensen, M. Stockman, Coach H. Haines. Missing: L. Todaro fMgr.j, K. Koralewski, K. Gleason, G. Rehner, C. O,Malley 1, Check out the legs The unhappy coach. Successful Inaugural Season for I . V Spiker G. Hazen goes high for the block The Boy's I. V Volleyball Team, in its first year of existence, rallied the last week of the season to achieve a record of nine Wins against eight losses. The Falcons stormed from a tie for third place to sole possession of second by crushing previous con- querors Hamburg and Orchard Park. The team was led by Co-Captains Greg Hazen and Pat Morgante and by leading spiker Fred Marks. The eleven member squad provides a strong, experienced base for next year's Varsity. Practicing the dreaded serve Give me that ball now! Inexpenenced Varslty Sprkers Earn Respect The Boys' Varsity Volleyball team suffered through a year of "almosts" as they were able to achieve only three victories. With only two play- ers on the squad with any previous experience, this was a learning year, but by the end of the season, the Falcons put up strong efforts and threw real scares into Sectional fi- nalists Sweet Home, Hamburg and Orchard Park. Co-Captains Guy Porter and Dave Turgeon led the team along with leading server Dave Erker. The squad returns six players for next year, so the future for Frontier Vol- leyball is quite promising. Todd looks quite concerned C0UCh Staff Offers UdV1C6 Mike Probst meditates on the action. Youth Excels for Boy Harriers ROW 1:I. Walczak, H. Dietrich, S, Will, K. Dahlber, R Stadler. ROW 2: S. Paluch Cackovich, I. Kencel, RJ. Will, S. Pirotta, C. Corsetti, I. Tomaselli, Coach puani, Missing: B. Shealeyg C. Adams, L. Russo. Why doesn't Craig open his eyes? The Boys' Cross Country team con- cluded its regular season with a record of 12 wins and 2 losses. The Falcons Went on to win the ECIC divisional championship and placed a respect- able 3rd in the Sectional competition. Senior Ioe Kencel was selected as an ECIC Division II All-Star While team- mates Paul Cackovich, Lou Russo, Steve Paluch and Steve Will made the second team. Ioe finished 6th in the sectional run-off and just missed mak- ing the state team. The Falcons, a young team, return eight of its top ten runners next year. 146fB0ys' Cross Country How could Lou Husso look relaxed? Girl Harriers Run to ndefeated Season HOW 1: I. McConvey D. Morenovic, S. Shealy I. Murzynowski, K. Hulizak, I. West, S. Kelleher. ROW 2: B. Taylor, A. Krusko,1. Hubo, A. Warthling, A. Grinder, B. Kelleher. ROW 3: M. LGHOSC1, L. Ielenovic, K. Haines, D. Dean, C. Rqdwan, A. Salosny S. Steffun, S. Iames, Coach Vlhtt. jackie M. nears the finish line. Couch VWtt checks on progress. The 1984 Girls' Cross Country team compiled an undefeated 14-0 season. They captured three first place and two second place finishes at the invita- tional meets. The team al first place honors for the S Class A bracket. so earned ection VI- Senior Jackie Murzynowski high- lighted the season by bre aking the Frontier course record with an im- pressive three mile run of 1 and 21 seconds. 8 minutes Girls' Cross Countryf147 Girls' Swimmers Splash to Successful Seaso The Girls' Swimming team completed a very successful 7 and 5 season competing in ECIC Division I. The team had many close contests and a total team effort was needed to win. School records were set this year by Lynn Luczak 270.45 points in diving, which is also a league record. Freshman Wen- dy Schaper set records in 500 freestyle and 100 backstroke and teamed with Marian O,Connell, Kerry Rich and Cindy Michael to set a 400 free relay record. Lynn Luczak won the diving event at ECIC's and went on to finish 10th at the state meet. Wendy won the 500 free at the EClC's in school re- cord time. Next year's young swimmers and divers will have to work very hard to duplicate the re- sults of this past season. What goes up must come down! 148fGirls' Swimming ROW 1: D. Tracey 'lf Jacobs, I. Haley M. Henrich, H. Cerne, R Friddell. HOW 2: L. S. Langhans, M. Walier, W. Schaper, K. Garberoglio, I. Neal, M. Enser, I. Sorrentino Triepel, B. Blyth, Coach Habner. HOW 3: L. Luczak, M. Wood, M. O'Connell, K. Grimes, Dundon, K. Rich, C. Michael. Perfect form off starting block. Kelly and julie offer strange pose. Posing for picture during a break. Third Place Finish for Girls' Tennis nares L. Wilczek, I. Zorn. Missing: D. Barrett, E. Grinder. 1: A. Heilig, H. Lenard, N. Moran, N. Frank, C. Brown, M. Valvo, L. Wilczek, S. Wyant, Lipinski. HOW 2: A. McCully T Hechlin, E. Mendola, C. Gillen, I. Lovern, I. Wilson, S. The 1984 Girls' Tennis Team earned a respectable 3rd place finish in ECIC Di- vision I. The team will great- ly miss graduating seniors D. Barrett, S. Wyant, S. Becker, I. Wilson, M. Lipinski, L. Wilczek, N. Moran, C. Gil- len, T. Rechlin, I. Lovern. The team's outstanding players were freshman Eliz- abeth Grinder l8-4 overall recordj and seniors Sheila Wyant and Mary Lipinski L6- 4 overall recordj. Mary Ann gives it her all! Another point for Banelle Tk . Noreen SBFVGS - - . Helen Ann returns Girls' Tenn1Sf149 Golfers Gain Second Straight Championship The 1984 Varsity Golf Team captured first place in ECIC Division I with an 11-1 win-loss record, as well as 3rd place at the ECIC Tournament. The team was led by leading scorer Tim McCoy ECIC all-star Don Smith, and Division I all-stars Bill Nash and Chris O'Connor. Graduating seniors who will surely be missed are Don Smith, Tim McCoy and Iohn Hacic. HOW1 fBottomJ: R O'Connor, C. O'Connor, D. Deinzer, 'IT Hoffman, M. Rizzo, 'lf McCoy HOW 2: Santoto fCoachJ, B. Nash, 'II Skora, K. Schwartz, K. Kohlmeier, I. Hacic, D. Smith. Don keeps his head down. 150fGolf Squid takes a swing. In 'oor Track Teams Earn Second Place Finishes ROW 1: D. Marenovic, V Hughes, I McConvej4 B. Kelleher, I. Murzynowski K. Halizak, I. West, C. Hadwan. HOW 2: C Gretka, lil Fridell, C. Hint, D. Lang, Ml Wood, L. Luczak, M. LaRosa. ROW 3 Coach Senn, 'IT MacNeil, A. Kruskza, S. Steffen, L. Ielenovic, S. Iames, R Oaks, K. Haines, A. Pienta, I. Neal, B. Weibel, D. Witt fCoachI. The Falcon's Girls Track Team finished second during the indoor season with a record of 8 wins and 1 loss. Highlighting their sea- son was a championship perfor- mance at the Western New York Relays. Nationally ranked sopho- more high jumper, Christi Hint, won the sectionals as did Sherry Steffan in the triple jump. Senior Iackie Murzynowski l1000 meter runj, and ninth grader Ann Kruszka 155 meter hurdlesj joined Christi and Sherry on the Section VI squad in this year's state meet. What Iefjf won't do to get to class on time! I hgpe he lands gn his feet! ROW 1: I. Mitchell, I. Doyle, C. Conti, M. Saladyga, D. Lehmann, D. DeBoldt, S. Connolly: I. Tomaselli. HOW 2: D. Bath, M. Bowen, B. Shealy I. Kencel, R Cackovich, Fl. Wil, H. Waite, K. Koralewski, H. Dietrich, I. Krohn. HOW 3: Mr. Sean fCoachI, T MacNeil, H. Pirotta, B. Wiebel, Mr. Witt fCoachI. Kacmarski, 'll Krone, B. Bingenheimer, H. Wappman, E. Iensen, B. Bednarz, L. Russo, S. Neal, S. VWnd. HOW 4: T Izydorczak, D. Brown, R Stadler, S. Wyman, A. Bingenheimer, S. Schaffer, S. Wyman, 'li Allison, S. Porter, S. team's outstanding season The Falcon's Boys Indoor Track Team finished the 1984-85 season in second place with an 8 Win 1 loss record. Season highlights included a first place trophy at the Western New York Relay Championships and three sectional champions Blake Bednarz finished the season undefeated in the shot put, Winning the sectionals. Paul Cackovich in the high jump and Ioe Kencel in the 1000 meter run were also champi ons. Senior Captain R. I. Will was also a consistent contributor to the .V Falcons Expenence F1ne Season The LV Falcons experienced a fine year with a record of 8-6 under the leadership of co-cap- tains D. Wtrano and A. Verban- off. The team showed steady improvement over their short season, and displayed depth which is sure to prove helpful to next year's season. EK H lhlxxrunurnv K U-.1zrffr'l' .. no A Going up high for the block. 152fGirls' I.V Volleyball Varsity Girls Reach Sectionals J 1: K. Hlch, N. Frank, D. Meegon. HOW 2: N. Moron, B. Strosser A . . , . , . McCully, B Evancho fCoptj M Gowlok K McCooey ROW 3: C. Long fMonogerJ, I. Lovern, D. Hall, S. Host, K. and D. Long fMonogerJ. Missing: T Iucobs. gh This year, the girls' varsity volleyball team was one of the best teams to come out of Fron- tier in the past few years. This is clearly evi- dent in that almost all of the matches went to a 3 game series. With a 6-4 league record, the Falcons went to the sectional playoffs, where they defeated Amherst in a 3-game match by the scores of 19-17, 13-15, and 16-14. In the sectional quar- terfinals, Frontier met up with undefeated Sweet Home in a home contest, but were un- able to break the Panthers' winning streak, losing in a well fought game match. The team would like to wish the following seniors a successful future - Beth Evancho, Donna Hall, Ioni Lovern, Arlene McCully, No- reen Moran, and Beth Strasser. The power serve is unleashed as u weapon. Where did the volleyball go?" Girls' Varsity Volleyballf153 .V Hoopsters Soar to Successful Season The IM Falcons, led by leading scorers Gordy Sage and Pete Phillips, completed the '84-'85 season with a 12- 6 vvonfloss record, the team's best in the last several years. The Falcons earned a third place finish in highly competitive E.C.I.C. Divi- sion I behind Sweet Home and Orchard Park. The highlight of the sea- son was capturing the cham- pionship of the Frontier Christmas Tournament by defeating Seneca Vocational ofBuffalo by a score of 72-68. 5. I The form looks great. 154fI.V Basketball . . ..,, - ,. stag ll S MMF? iff? ROW1 I Evancho S Shelton G Sage S Sara Toporek W McConveyM Hatten R Gawlak ROW2 R Donaldson E Streety B Scozzaro G I Baker fCoachl Missing P Phillips WN. mass... W -- ' - ,levi ll. . .- Winning with a tough D. Where did the ball go? 1 3 i Hoopsters Suffer Disappointing Season iii 'fx - .5 Q ,,," Eiiiiiimmi55?Siiiitiitiiiiiimfiiili iiggiiggasztf zmzzziiHiimzixsez:255Qglngsiifiizaifaigifiggzizzeaifiz. T Kellner, D. Erker, D. Turgeon, T., Regis, D. 1 G Porter Evuncho N Rizzo P Phillips lzydorczyk, I. Louncher, Mr. I. Schoppert fCouchJ. i ' rl' w - 1 - , Bortalotti, I. Johnston. ROW 2: I. Rizzo, R kr W - f - ff , .,,.,.. smzeezsismfffffsz' f i iiis ino it T its iiif 5 oo.,. .... 'f Mike passes off for bucket. Shawn lofts high pass, The Varsity Basketball Team struggled through a disappointing 3-9 Won- loss Division I record Q6-12 overallj. Despite this dis- appointing record, the team did not suffer from a lack of effort which can easily be proved through their winning the final two games of the season over Amherst and Or- chard Park. The highlight of the sea- son was the winning of the Frontier Christmas Tour- nament defeating tough Seneca Vocational of Buf- falo by a score of 56-46. WEPEQT5 wwf "t"mw-m...i,,.. " "7 J. N4 -2' 11... .X Paul readies for free throw Varsity Basketballf155 Wrestlers "Pin', an Impressive Season The Falcon wrestlers finished the season with an impressive 7-4 dual meet record, placing them fourth in the Division I-II standings. The team was led by Senior Tim Herlehy and Iuniors Tom Page and Ron Borowski who fin- ished the season undefeat- ed in dual meets. The Falcons also par- ticipated in four tourna- ments and placed as fol- lows: Iroquois tournament fthird placel, Royalton- Hartland tournament lthird placej, West Seneca East Invitational lsecond placej, and Frontier Invi- tational lChampionshipJ. All in all, 1984-85 was a year for Frontier wrestlers and fans to be proud of. an, R. Barringer, R. Borowski, T Herlehv T Page, B. Falcone, A. Dunlop, R Meyer, D. Basinski. HOW 2: T Czarcinski, S. Mink, S. Casuccio, I. Pawlak, P Sullivan, M. Rizzo, E. Zoerb, K. Adamczyk, S. Paluch, R. Tarabula, K. 1: G. Swzaicki, G. Tripp, B. Page, M. Dils, L. Switzer. ROW 3: I. Gumhalter, M Eckman, K. Kehoe, I. Faust, B. Kelly I. Butera,I Grogan, I. Haffner, L. Vitello, D. Boucaud, S Roberts, I. Dylik, I. Meyer, K. Thurnherr, D Falcone, S. Barrows. if The art of fighting off an opponent. 156fVVrestling Greg puts on the finishing touches. Swimmers Win T Straight Championship 1 aw the Falcons shift into The 1984-85 season s Division I after being t for three straight year the same. Frontier's sw meet season with an 11 finish in the division. Several seniors will All-American lay Trie n the 200 individual me ey a dard i tablish Glen he Division HI champion s. The result was much immers finished the dual -2 record and a first place be missed next season. pel set a new E.C.l.C. stan- dl nd also es- ord in the 100 backstroke. ed a school rec istently been a winner for ress has cons End the Falcons in backstroke and freestyle and his effort and leadership will surely be missed. Bri- and Ed Grogan are three an Blyth, Ken Gilcrist other Am seniors who wi ong those who il be hard to replace. will be counted upon heav- ool record holding diver ily next year are so still h will Ken Patton. Ken won as two more ye i h - the E.C.l.C. this year and ars as a Falcon. Bob Wood mportant element in the lso be a very s a very versatile swimmer a Frontier line-up. He i who next Th will be swimrni year. e Falcons have ng many different events developed a great winning st four years and look for- tradition over the pa ward to many more victories in the years to come. . 'QQ Checking for me victory sig YQ is lay shows his fqf Q fffl if Q F if Swimming X 1 57 Falcon Keglers Highly Competitive This year's Varsity Bowl- ing Team compiled a record of 55M wins and 76W losses. Despite finishing in seventh place, the team was in most of the matches. The "A" team set a school record with a 856 set for four bowlers. High average for the team was Dave Gizzi with a 174. Dave also had high set with a 601. High game for the team was a 236 by Dave Syta. In losing only two seniors fRay Scheffler and Tina Cloosj, the team looks forward for a much improved season next year. . .I . Mr Halt and Dave watch intently D ... A Jia. 6 it? LSE 5 ROW 1: M. LaRosa, 'IT Cloos, C. Pavel, D, Scgheffler, H. Halt ICoachj. Missing: Lewis C Beaumont. HOW 2. T Merlette, D. K1 CID , , - , 1 ka,R.Iewitt Gizzi, TI Skora, D. Syta, I. Fasciana, R. Tina pauses before another frame. If lit' Perfect form for another "strike" f sii .sss - ' 1 5 VV: n ith! '.tt Q E X , Egg s s i' f an T it Steve and the Coach talk strategy Tina offers Debbie a few tips. 158 fBowling Marksmen Have Recordsetting Year Falcon Marksmen take aim. W 1: K. Clifford fV1ce-Presidentl, K. lfPresidentl, C. Miller fSecretaryl, R. fTreasurerJ, G. Lechowski fEquipment 8' Maintenancel. Il: K. Clifford, D. Zerby C. Miller, I. Schooley Ferro, FZ Strnad, M. McCarthy 'Ii Conway I. ne R. Stuart, I. Brown. ROW 2: G. 1: D. Zerby fManagerl, R. Pilger, C. Miller, K. Duquette, M. Enser, C. Bussi, S. L. Pound, Coach R Hickey HOW 2: M. McSkimming, R. Stuart, T Hoffman, R. I. Brown fCo-Captainl, G. Lechowski, S. McKee, K. Clifford, K. Malek 'II Noeller, M. Stahura, FZ Selice, R M. Wicinski, S. Pilger, H. Pilger, C. Bussi, Miserendino, K. Duquette, T. Dearth, T. This year, the Varsity Rifle Team had a very successful season, finishing with a 9-6 record and placing third in the Section VI Championships. After breaking the school team record five times during the season, the new re- cord now stands at 1394 out of a possi- ble 1500 points. Senior Greg Le- chowski set a new school individual record of 287. Other top shooters for Frontier this season were seniors: Mike McSkimming, Ken Malek, Iason Brown, Kevin Clifford, Scott McKee, Michelle Enser, and juniors: Cheryl Miller and Ralph Stuart. His majesty checks the scoring! Cheryl and company shoot from kneeling position. Greg takes a chance. The Rifle Club is an organization which teaches students skills in marksmanship and safety. The club offers students a basic knowl- edge of the equipment and methods used for target shooting. In addition, students with similar interests are afforded the oppor- tunity to make friends and share experiences. l Hoffmann, B. Sewastynowicz, L. Pound, Mr. Hickey fAdvisorJ. HOW 3: H. Cole, A. Clifford, I. Herrington, B. Leibold, R. Swahlon, T Pierino, M. Nowak, M. Enser, K. Zakowski, S. Jones, M. McSkimming, S. McKee, K. Malek. Missing: S. Morris, H. Scheffler. Rifle Teamf159 I W Girls Develop Team Concept The girls LV team finished the season with a 5-5 league record and a 6-10 overall record. Impres- sive Wins were turned in against Lackawanna, W Seneca East, W Seneca West, and Lancaster. Many of the games were played against much taller opponents, but the girls worked hard and were competitive in every game. No one player dominated the team this year, but all of the play- ers contributed to making it a successful season. Concentration at the free-throw line. 160fGirls' Basketball d Falcons Finish Unde eated at Home 1:K.Hich,'ITIacobs,D.Ha1l,L.LaFave. Host, M. Gawlak fCapt.J, L. Von Handy 2 N Frank G DiFlavio fCaptJ S Coach Vara Missing: B. Evancho. as . 1ss,ssIsss ssss. sssss,s Nancy tries out her deodorant. This year's Lady Falcons fin- ished with a 8-4 wonfloss record and earned third place in Divi- sion I. The girls were undefeated Q6-OJ on their home court. The season had many memorable mo- ments. One was the three point victory over West Seneca, giving the Indians their only loss of the season. Other highlights were key victories over perennial pow- ers Sweet Home and Lake Shore. The team was led by the scor- ing of Gina DiFlavio, the re- bounding of Mary Gawlak, Donna Hall, Tracy Iacobs, and Kerry Rich, the defensive play of Sonya Host, and the playmaking of Lau- rie Von Hendy and Nancy Frank. The team should make a run at the Division title next year with eight girls returning. tibia iftiiffa 'af Mr. Vara offers advice. Tracy awaits the free throw Girls' Basketballf161 Introducing the Falcon Hack The Falcon Varsity I5 wins, 15 losses, 1 tiej and Iu- nior Varsity I5 Wins, 16 lossesj Hockey teams are non-school sponsored teams. All thirty-nine players pay for their own equipment and ice time. In addition, the Hockey Club paid for their being included in Gateway '85. Both teams play in the Southtowns High School Club Hockey League at Lei- sure Rinks against teams from nine other school dis- tricts. The Gateway staff is pleased to include the Hock- ey Club in its sports cover- age. Q VARSITY HOCKEY CLUB: ROW 1: H. Filigheru, H. Chiodo, A. Palombaro, B. Mohan, I. O'Connor. ROW 2: 'If Best, G. Hazen, R. Filigheru, K. Gleason, M. Bukaty D. Scheffler, W Nash, M. Pawalu, H. Iensen. HOW 3: Mr. B. Mohan IV HOCKEY CLUB: HOW 1:RO'Connor, I. Applegate, Mr. D Krentz fDefens1ve Coachl Mr R D I.Ienkin,.E ,B.Mh. :. ' ,- s s I mst o an ROW2 I Sullivan C fOffens1veCoc1chJ Mr M Kromke fCoachJ M1 OConnor, S. Scarcella, C. Hawkins, S. McHugh C Hendrich V Aren P C k , - a oo Mrj Tfipp, l. Abram, H. Mann, M. Smith, H. Luzuk. ROW 3: fMqnQgerj 162fClub Hockey ll-TL THA .N .L ,mY. Sian Wouldn't it be better with the eyes opened? lilalcons line up at the foul line. A last at vaunted Falcon defense. Dan and Jeff ready for soccer match. The determination of a Falcon athlete. Sports Candids X 163 Potter Road Prepares Student "What ifl did stick myself in the arm?" L Waiting anxiously for their next customers. HEALTH , SERUPCE3 1 164fPotter Road Iudy practices the art of curling. "So what if l'm late for class!" or the Practical World Frontler s . ' 35 1 udents learn to disassemble a motor Mzke tries to match nuts and bolts. Q . 5 .IE it 5 l Is she conducting a science experiment? Why is Tony standing at an angle? Potter Roadf165 A, sstt M W One ofthe more unpleasant moments of school hfe! 166fCandids Isn't this what education is all about? One ofthe more pleasant moments of school life! D CA Strives on Community In Volvemena HOW 111. Mink, B. Newkirk, I. Durett, W Nelson, T Tyrrel, ROW 2: D. Koch K Kozak, I Szalanski K C ' M , . urcio, . Brehm, T Colern, K. Baker, S. Morris, A. Schunk,,S.'Pilger, L Neuhauser, D. Doverspike. ROW 3: L. Baumann, C. Kehoe, D. Lang, L. Naumouski, I. Murzinowski, B. Oaks, T Texter, D. Vtdllis, K. Wasmund M Livsey D Timmel R Sidoti , . , . , . ,K. Beko,S.Valetta.ROW4:M.Lejjfler,M.Brylski,A.Stotz,RSchimert,C.Macke K.Ko t 34 es er, C. Conti, L. Boser, 'lf Tomaka, A. Sciolino, T Hapini, R Wangelin, Mr. Tarnish, D. Detig, 'If Mueller. MISSING: B. Hernandez, L. Smith, R Hartel . . '-WWW . -ma. DECA OFFICERS: ROW 1: B. Oaks fTreasurerJ, T Rapini fBookstore Managerl, R. Fischer fPresidentJ, I. Szalanski fVice P 'd t ' - - resi en J, K. Kozak fV1C6 Presidentl, C. Mackey lDisplay Coordinatorl. HOW 2: K. Koester lBookstore Managerj. The DECA Club, fDistributive Edu- cation Clubs of Americaj is composed of first and second year marketing-dis- tributive ed. students. The club is actively involved in the community and employer relations. Many service projects involved the students of the club. The students col- lected ifts for the children at the OLV infant home and raised money for the Muscular Distrophy Telethon. The club also sponsored a field trip to The New Bryant and Stratton East- ern Hills Campus, to evaluate college life and their marketing and display programs. At the end of the year, they held a Lnuch deserved banquet for its mem- ers. 1eafDEcA ESQ ,Wm FBQTSTEQ l Bookstore personnel display a popular item. Vin ce appears to be a satisfied customer. okstore Provides Training and Services The Frontier DECA Student Store, pro- vides retail training for students of the Dis- tributive Education classes and the VICP-2 work study class. The students, under the direction of their two managers, assist in selling, ordering, and operating the store. The store sells general school supplies, gym clothes, computer accessories, locks, and review books for regular school and summer school. All second year distributive education and VICP students are required to work the store as part of their class training. One can be sure the DECA store plays a vital role to Frontier and itis summer school! BOW 1: C. Mackey S. Pilger, K. Curcio, I. Murzynowski, K. Wasmund, D. Willis, T Texter, L. Boser, D. Doverspike,1. Mink. HOW 2: T Rapini, R Wangelin, C. Conti, M. Livsey R. Sidot, B. Boser, R Lux, Mr. Turnish, L. Smith. ROW 3: K. Koester, K, Kozak, A. Sciolino, L. Gannon, K. Baker, D. Lang, B. Newkirk. BOW 4: M. Brehm, B. Oaks, I. Szalanski, L. Baumann, A. Stotz, M. Brylski, A. Schunk, B, Hernandez, 'IT Mueller. ROW 5: 'lf Colern, W. Nelson, S. Valetta, TI Tomaka, P Schimert, D. Brennan, D. Detig. MISSING: R. Fischer, C. Schiedel, L. Switzer, B. Efdel, I. Cuppara. Students make needed stop between periods. Student Storef169 Marching Band Continues F all radition Once again the 1984-85 edition of the Marching Band did its share to provide entertainment during the fall sports season. This group of dedicated musicians pro- vided halftime entertain- ment for all home varsity football ames. In addition, the bancf performed for the Homecoming assembly in an attempt to promote pep and school spirit as well as marching in the Annual Homecoming Parade. Mr. Ortner watches drills closely Marching to the beat of a drum' 170 X Marching Band Concert Band Maintains School Involvement M L tem ec Nowak M Enser K O Boyle ROW2 I Iackson I Nash K O Connell I Hozanski I Haley H Stuart K Vldlson S Kelleher ROW3 A Kelleher I Zorn VM1n1ch D Lang L LaFave S1pos,M.McSk1mm1ng K.Szkutak.ROW4.K Haines I Gretka I Partridge I Rivera D . Nagy S. Shelton, D. Britton. HOW 5: L. Lewandowski, C. Corsetti, I. Fasciana, R Labinski, S. C B Nash BOW 6' G Keefer, L Vldlczek, E. Fuller, R. Szelewski, M. Gawlak, R W. Mc onvey . . . . . K Zakowski, I. Cobb. MISSING: M. Niziol, N. Frank. .S 'b ker,K.Vandenberg,B.Newman,M.VanCise,L.Luczak,L.McDonnell,H.Re1derer,V R 1 ' 1 ' 9 ' 1 ' -1 - 1 The Concert Band performed a wide va- riety of music for three public con- certs. The Holiday Concert included the traditional music of the season and fea- tured a combined performance with the chorus. For the Winter Concert, pre- sented with the Iu- nior High Band, the concert band played music from broad- way musicals, T.V. shows, and tradition- al band literature. The Final Spring Concert, featured the graduation seniors with a performance of standard marching and contemporary band repertoire. Flutists pose prior to Christmas concert. Practice makes almost" perject for concert ua Concert Bandf171 , This year's Stage Band featured many strong musicians in every section. The group performed music of various styles, from the Big Band Era, through today's A Iazz and Rock. The band performed at concerts and assemblies throughout the year and provided fine entertainment for all. 1 me . flsw -fft11 ? F352-TE'V'T1i ...... ..... .... gfi'Tf'2"iV ffsftsfi The talented jazz ensemble in action. a 1 The Band Council initiated ac- tivities and helped to maintain the spirit of the band throughout the year and anyone actively involved knows that this was no easy task! This past year the Council orga- nized social activities fincluding picnicsj, discussed possible trips, and helped in the scheduling of con- certs. Another product of the Band Council. 172 flazz EnsemblefBand Council Km,-,.H,.,. ....., ,,.,.. .. , V- Q ,ai M Hx Music Helps Make nmvu LJUUNCIL Stuart, R Hartel, S. Shelton, S. Kelleher. ROW 1: V Horvath, R. Szelewski, I. Partridge. ROWCZ the World Go Round HOW 1. G. Lechowskl, M. Wagner, C. Beko, 'If Blaylock, L I. Appenheimer. HOW 2: M. Groom, K. Zawadski, A. Larson Szczublewski, I. Tarnowski, I. Rothenberger, D. Toporek, A. Zim- n, D. Gonciarz, V Horvath, W. Pike, HOW 3: K. Madman, C I. Harry S. Knisely I. Bonderanko, TI Darwin. BOW 4: L CLUB OFFICERS: D. Weese. How 2: S. I. Choraczak. SldOf1,D Whytas,A Yace,D Weese, A. VW1son,L.Hac1c, K: Brennan, N. Frank. C. Ganey 'If Cloos, I. Durett, D. Barrett. ROW 5: 'IT Woodworth, C. Lang, K. Koralewski, H. Hiederer, M. Gawlak, C. McCoye54 E. Shannon, L. Todaro, B. Sucharski. ROW 6: A. Guilman, I. Gretka, B. LaPiana, C. Brown, M. Valvo, I. Chorczak, S. Hughes, K. Walton, L. Persons, M. Logan. Chorus in action for Christmas concert. ChorusfMusic Club Officersf173 .V ans the Projectors and Videos Af V Club members assist in the High School's media broadcasting activities which involve use of a . wide range of electronic equipment and technology They trade their Se- nior Lounge time and study hall periods to gain instruction on how to operate the various recorders and editors that utilize tapes, cassettes, and films, and they also gain a fa- B miliarity with video broadcasting techniques under the supervision of Mrs. Casper. The end of each semesters broad- casting is celebrated in suitable i fashion: this year featured hot but- tered popcorn throughout the day with samples distributed to class- rooms along with scheduled pro- grams! i 1 ROW 1: M. Lotocki, B. Hannel. ROW 2: C. Mackey D. Zerby M. Kawalczyk, M. Knaszak, D. Orlowski, I. Eckert,I. Gerace, B. LaPiana. HOW 3: C. Minnick, K. Grimes, S. Rocky B. Peterson, R. Herr. MISSING: I. Carbone, K. Vtalliams, K. Pattison. mv. N35 WWW e s Bill and Danae thread the projector - carefully Announeers Keep Us Up to Date I. Mackenburg, D. Barrett, I. Gretka. .lr Jeanette anxiously waits for the mike from Mr. Courtney 2 5 1 The morning announcers perform the almost impossible task of informing the student body of both the day's events or information that may in some way affect their day That alone is no hard job unless for some reason you feel uncomfortable using a telephone as a micro- phone. What makes the an- nouncers' job difficult is the time in which they must per- form their duty. Every morning at 8 A.M., they diligently do their best despite the fact that the student body may still be half asleep or still caught up with the activities of the pre- vious evening. Posing before commencing with announcements. Morning Announcersf175 Spanish Club Works Hard in Order to Travel The Spanish Club this year was very busy With fund raising. They went to Cedarpoint, Seaworld, and Toronto with the money raised. They sold many things including: candy bars, statues of li- berty Santa Clauses, jew- elry and carnations on St. Patrick's Day Any students who enjoy Spanish and like taking trips are encouraged to in- clude themselves in Span- ish Club next September. BOW 1:I. Hozanski K Vandenber h I Zywicki D Falco D , . gc , . , . ne, I. avies, C. Muniz, K. Ramos 7 McVitti ROW 2:WPike, K. Zakows i, K. Dussin ,LH b' , . , . L.Pou g o mson D Iafallo S Horton, Westla e, T Tokarczyk HOW 3 S jaeg 1 C Gone T C . . . Ig , . 54 . onway S. Rachlinski, C. Knaszak, N. Moran, L. Phillips, B. Krysza , Miss Costello. ROW 4: V Minich, S. Perkins, C. A. Palermo, B. Mess, T Kruszka, C. Adams, A. Clifford, K. Morgan, A. Sartori, C. Pavel, N. MISSING: C. Mahoney f'l'lfif.-cffzaraifwll Spanish Club members acted as guides on In ternational Day at Frontier during the fall A ,-,. .f.,,:.i...,,.w,., W e M.. ,.H5f9+Q9WW'z Illia .... M- I NG 2 HQQFUND H5555 in MILK -Qfitiifitflf ROW1:I. Rozanski fStude tG n overnmentliepresentativel HOW2'1 McVitty fPresidentj.ROW Davies I. ' ISecretaryJ, I. Zywicki IVice-Presidentj, K. Ramos lTreasurerl. 176fSpanish Club nd reating Friendship With a 1: C. Miller, K. Kelly S. Trojanovic, E. Roliczek. HOW 2: 'IT Giordano,L. Iackson, M. Mastran- 'II Manning, C. Bussi, M. Miserendino, D. Penvose, I. Zorn, C. Mac ey ROW 3: I. Nash, I. I. Sheuer, I. Mau, L. Hatka, V Horvath, M. Nowak, R Hartel, B. McConvey H. Nagy ROW 4: T Russell, B. Peterson. MISSING: A. Bartus, H. Luczack, G. Hehner, K. Westfal, L. Mohan M. Burau, K. Smith, M. Palyszeski, S. Cawley C. Dombrowski, K. Flierl, R. E. lust, M.M. Mohorovicic, L. Hominger, W. Benn. Trojanovic fVice-Presidentl, C. Miller fSecretaryJ, K. Kelly fTreasurerl. MISSING: L. Mlczek Foreign visitors discuss warm German ospi a 1 y German Flavor The German Club un- der the advisorship of Mrs. Pollinger, had many fund raisers. Money was raised by selling gummy bears, advent calendars, Nestle bars, Easter candy, and lol- lipops. They also held a Carnation sale. The money made by these sales went toward trips to Toronto, Cedar Point, Ohio, and Darien Lake. I wondglffvhy Cheryl is so camera shy? h 'f 11 1 German Clubf177 F arming an nderstanding of the Polish Culture The Polish Club has pro- vided its members with a bet- ter understanding of the lan- guage and the rich culture of Poland. This year the Polish Club was very busy Susan Zak spent three Weeks at Alliance Col- lege in Pennsylvania, studying the language, crafts, culture, dance, and the music of Po- land. Among the many activities this year, the members entered a float for Homecoming for which they received a prize. Also, they attended the Polon- ais Ball, the Buffalo Philhar- monic concert of Polish music, and the Mazowsze National dancers performance at Shea's Buffalo Theater. Other field trips included going to the Po- lish Community Center, the Pulaski statue, the Broadway Market, St. Staneslaus Church, the Polonia restaurant where a Polish meal was served. 1 l 2 Faculty and Students Alike Enjoy Polish Cuisine. 1 78fPolish Club ROW 1: M. Polakiewicz, D. Barrett, S. Wyant, N. Szczublewski. HOW 2: 'll Izydorczak , L. L. Meyers, A. Grinder, S. Gurlach, M. Bosiacki. ROW 3: M. Druzbik, Mrs. Szczesny M. Groom, Pienta, K. Haines. HOW 4: K. Ad k amczy , L. Todaro, S. Iones, M. Eberhardt, S. Zack. HOW 5: Gerace, I. Iabcuga, K. Vtacher. HOW 6: K. Szkutak, A. Polakiewicz. MISSING: R Szczublewski Bratek, W Zak, M. Woelfel, S. Kasinski, I. Eckert, I. Trayford. F l Xa . HOW 1: S. Zack fTreasurerJ. ROW 2: M. fNewspaper Heporterl, K. Vldcher fSecretaryj. ROW 3 Polakiewicz IPresidentJ, S. Pilger lVice-Presidentl. renoh Club Lends Support to Language Program 1: D. Orlowski, M. Kwapich, R. Pilger, K. Skop. Dermont,B.Kryszak. ROW4:L. Scroggs, A. Verbunoff, I. 2:C.Ishmaer,B.Hart,I.Garra,ROaks,D.Yakal,I. Robinson, M. Henrich. ROW 5: M. Larosa, L. T Macnel,S.Iovanovski.HOW3:K.Adamczak,S. Naumovski, L. Todaro, K, Mozgawa, A. Polakiewicz. H. Hyser, S. Fierl, L. Wyant, 'IT Cloos, S. MISSING: K. Grimes. International Visitors anticipate fine French food 1: A. Polakiewicz fTreasurerJ, L. Naumovski fPresidentJ, D. Orlowski fVice- MISSING: B. Kryszak fSecretaryJ. French C1ubf179 I ts Academic Team Proves Successjill The team from Frontier Senior High, competed on the TV show "It's Academicv and won a first place victory over Pembrook and Cleveland Hill. Captain, Ianine Partridge and team members Paul Klawitter and Matthew Klinczar scored 310 points, beat- ing Cleveland Hill with 290 and Pembrook with 170. The team, along with alternateslay Triepel, Jim Krone and Brian Blyth, prac- ticed for months beginning in September. The team is sponsored by the National Honor Society and ad- vised by Mr. Vldlliam Korthals. The show aired December 9. Swami Smiling faces after a hard-fought victory! 180fIt's Academic . 1 i NM , S 7 ' E- i at ti - H f 5. ,, HOW 1: x , ,,..r T R Klawitter, I. Partridge, M. Klinzar. HOW 2: I. Krohn, I. Trie el p . Have Paul and Matt stumped Ianine? l Forum Searches for Literary Values The Forum, Frontier's reading club, read many nov- els this year and discussed them for their literary value. These discussions often took place in informal sur- roundings, such as the pizza party held in February for the purpose of discussing Kane and Abel. The club twice visited Empire State News Corporation where they purchased the novels and highlighted the year with their annual excursion to New York City in May illi' ROW 1: L. Todaro, L Ielenovic, N. Walty R Hartel, K. Zawadski. HOW 2: M. Hesketh H. Weiskerger, I. Trayford, S. Dermont, S. Sanetz, K. Baker, H. Corsetti L Pietraszek, P Klawitter, I. Krohn, I. Partridge, C. Herr 1: D. Dean fSecretarYi, L. Ielenovic fVlC8 Presidentl, N. IPI-esidentj, A, Fieldgg fT1-egsurerj, Wood,B. Herr,L. Welker, K. Widman,D. Weese,L.Phillips,I. Mackenburg. Preparing TomorroW's Business Leaders EB.L.A. was very busy this year "getting involved." Eight members attended the Fall Leadership Conference in Syracuse. EB.L.A. participated in the Fall meetin at Cheektowaga High Schooi and attended the State Competition for outstanding business stu- dents. The group especially en- joyed its contributions to the community. This was the fourth year giving a Christmas party for pre-school children at Boston's League for the Handi- capped. At Easter they visited the center with an Easter Bun- ny and baskets for the chil- dren. The club lanned four trips this year andj ever one worked very hard to sell, candy and 1 H. Boker, c. Brown, L. Fisher, c. colovio, T Masterman, L. Hoctor, L. smith, H. Tom Wat to earn enough mon' ey Members traveled to New York City, a weekend in Toron- to, Darien Lake, and a one-day P Hartel H VWH HOW 5 K Garberoglio K Laufer M Livsey C Paterson 'trip to T0r0I1tO. M. Horn N Montague HOW6 D Orlowski P Oaks M Kwapich C McCorm1k . Westlake, K. Mahoney I. Keppler, M. Harney L. Belsenich. HOW 2: L. Ratka, H. Hyser, S. Sanders, R Gonser, K. Mahoney K. Stacey S. Barrow C. L. Schuh, N. Torado. ROW 35 K. Knapik, K. Nowak, I. Tarnowski, K. Tomol, D. Obrian, S. K. Lashua, D. Mandiak. ROW 4: K. O'Connor, N. Wojcik, I. Dinan, D. Lillis, I. . , . . : . ' , . , . ' , . ,B. 1 ' ' : ' .1 ' J - I 1 ' 1 :C- S ForumfEB.L.A.f181 Nagy Df Dean, H. Jenkins, A. Fieldsa, 'lf Dearth. ROW 3:'M. Klinzar, C. MISSINC: Enser, L. Persons, B. Bielec, H. Senn, B. Blyth, K. Schultz, M. Chess Club Strives on Competition The Chess Club met weekly for competitive matches between its members. In addition, this year the club organized a chess tour- nament open to any member or the faculty or student body The club's elected officers were: I. Krohn fPresidentJ, R Klawitter fVice-Presidentj, and K. Kohl- meier fSecretaryJ. The Club will dearly miss the members that it will be losing to graduation this year, so any inter- ested students are urged to sign up next September. HOW 1: S. Hachlinski, M. Woelfel. HOW 2: K. Kohlmeier, K. Moores. ROW 3: M owski, I. Krohn, R. Pinkowski fAdvisorJ. MISSING: R Klawitter. Miss Pink watches as Iim plans strategy 182fChess Club .anti + .ff .V ' ,-1 Mike and Iim go head to head. ath Club Strives For Pro iciency Mr Tone M Murzynowski K Kohlmeier.HO The Math Club, completing only its sec- ond year of existence, is geared for those students who both enjoy and show a profi- ciency in the ever-so important field of mathematics. The members compete on an individual basis six times a year against students from other area high schools by taking national exams. These exams allow the club members to see how they stack up against expert student mathematicians throughout the country and as usual these students have given Frontier one more rea- son to be "talking proud." A 1 l 1 1 B J- 1: . , . , . W2: TNoeller,I. Krohn. B Weibel MISSING' P Klawitter, M. Klinczar, H. Stuart, C. Bish, I. Varszty Club F rutermzes Student Athletes lllllllal VARSITY CLUB OFFICERS: ROW 1: R. Wappman, M. Probst, M. Bartolloti. HOW 2: C. Balbierz, W. Wilde. HOW 1: 'IZ Prendergast, M. Probst, M. Bartollotl, B. Falcone, S. Fitzgibbons, B. Grogan, C. Conti, 'II Salerno, N. Karnavas, I. Kellner, 'Ii Herlehy ROW 2: M. Ott, D. Turgeon, C. Badwan, G. Endress, I. Triepel, A. McCully B. Evancho, G. Tripp, T Page, A. Dunlap, B. Bednarz. ROW 3: I. Ciccerella, G. Porter, K. Rich, M. Wood, L. Brennan, K. Baldelli, D. Barrett,'M. Lipinski, R Kellner, C. Balbierz. HOW 4: I. Loncher, K. Patton, G. DeFlavio, M. Gawlak, N. Frank, T1 Iacobs, K. Dundon, S. Sanetz, R. Wappman, D. Friddell, G. Sawicki. ROW 5: T1 O'Brien, D. Lang, B. Gleason, L. Luczak, C. Michael, B. Surdyk, B. Strasser, R Cackovich, K. Korelewski, T Darwin. HOW 6: R Rapini, E Tatar, N. Wade, S. Parker, 'Ii Izydorczak, L. Wohlabough, M. Meyer, R. Barringer, R. Chiodo, T Russell, B. Blythe, G. Lechowski. Math Club X Varsity Club X 183 Hilites Keeps Frontier Students Up 0 Date The Hilites Staff reports on school activities and re- ceives hands-on experience in the area of the newspaper. This year's staff covered school sports, clubs, activi- ties, and current event is- sues in an attempt to keep the student body well in- formed. l julie edits the copy Doesn't Debbie make a good overseer? 184 f HiLiteS ROW1:R.Scocchero,I.Portridge,I. Gerace, Wilson, 'li Dearth, M. Murzynowski. ROW I. Dahl. ROW 2: G. Lechowski, D. Weese, K. Mrs. Bmunscheidel ladvisorl. . N,,,... ..w,,w,.W..WM.W....V,ff.i::. :. mm.. Rich and Ionine mull over lo-vout. L1brary Workers Help Keep Shelves Stacked This year's staff of ener- getic and reliable library assistants helped the li- brary to run in a highly ef- ficient Inanner. These stu- dents volunteered their study hall time to provide a valuable service to the library and all who use it. They help man the main desk and assist in the checking out of books in addition to doing their fair share in helping to keep the library in tip-top oper- ating condition. joe keeps vertical file in order. LEFT Sheila helps keep cards in proper slot. Library Workersf185 Pavin the Wa for Student Aetivitie s , 51 Student Government '84-'85 began the year on a fine note. Homecoming '84, the organization's main fundraiser, was an overwhelming success. This year's theme, "Rumble in the Iunglef' attracted ap- proximately 1,000 people at its annual dance which capped off a fun week for all. The Christmas canned- goods drive and Christmas dance were also huge suc- cesses and no one will soon forget the Christmas As- sembly. Planned activities for the spring included, a SADD assembly fStudents Against Driving Drunkj a multi-media assembly and participation, again, at the National Association of Student Councils Confer- ence at Bethel Park, Pa. Congratulations go to all those students who made Student Government 84-85 a success. I ..l The best part of giving blood. Mr. Sabuda enjoying homecoming. 186 X Student Government SPTSCUTIVE BOARD: HOW 1: I. Mackenburg, M. Wood. HOW 2 Kelleher, A. Verbanoff, B. Wood. ROW 3: M. Gawlaek, K. Koralewski, Walier. ROW 4: I. Neal, E. Holiczek. lass Officers Supply Ieeded DIFGCEIOH S OFFICERS C Michael fTreasurerJ ROW 2: B. Evancho CLAS : . . M. Ernst fSecretarYl. W. Weiss fVice-Presidentl. It is the job of each group of class officers to lead the way for its group of approximately 500 students each in helping to create school spirit as well as conducting fund raising activities necessary to sponsor dances as Well as Class Day and Ir. f Sr. Prom. Each class gets involved in the hall decoration contests for Homecoming and Christmas. Each class also fields its own team for the Homecoming as- sembly games. This year sopho- mores, juniors, and seniors alike united for the canned goods drive in conjunction with the Buffalo News Needy Family Campaign. Although at times it may seem as if your class officers are sim- ply figureheads, they are often hard at Work behind the scenes helping to assure activities which may make our high school years enjoyable and memorable. HOW 2:L.Wc1smundfTreasurerJ.ROW3: . a CLASS OFFICERS: HOW 12 D- Mflrldiflk fViC6- JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Mr. Tone, Fl. Phillips lrresiue-no L P tton fVice-Presidentl, C. Brown fSecreturyJ, G. DiFlavio fTrec1surerJ A. Verbunoff IPresidentJ. Class Officers X 187 The Curtain Is Always Up on Drama Club The Drama Club continued to en- hance its position as one of Frontier's elite organizations through its fall perfor- mances ofa series ofone-act plays and its spring performances of the musical My Fair Lady The hours of after school, evening, and weekend preparation often go unnoticed, but the end product, stel- lar performances, continue to be enjoyed by all, year-in and year-out. UHAMA CLUB OFFICERS: L to R' S Gjurich lCorresponding Secretaryl, D. Barrett lVice-Bresidentj, D. Weese lRecording Secretaryl, B. LaPiana lPresidentJ I. Chorazak lTreasurer1, r Mr. Norris offers voice lessons to actresses. 188fDrama Club DRAMA CLUB: ROW 1: S. Lorka, D. Weese, I. Cretka, C. Bussi, D A Vlalson C O'Dee I Partrid S Z k . , . ,. ge, . a ,D.Salerno,K.Mozgawa,'IfManning Patton. ROW 2 A. H 'I' N : ei ig, . Frank, K. Dundon, D. Barrett, I. Szalanski, Ganey K. Timmel, C. Zahm, A. Zimmerman, M. Walier. ROW 3: L. Persons, Lang, S. Gjurich, M. Harney M. Niziol, I. Rivera, S. Woodworth, I. ROW 4: R. Smith, B. LaPiana, A. Tilli, 'II Darwin, M. Murzynowski, C. Brown, Davis, S. Connolly M. Valvo, C. Corsetti. ROW 5: K. Vlalson, L. Hacic, A. Lars Chorazak. Mike Wagner reads the latest news. ' "Behind-the-Scene" R As usual, this year's Stage Crew played a vital role in the Drama Club's success. The products of their time and effort are always seen at play and musical performances, but they, unlike their acting counter- parts, often go unnoticed and thus sometimes unap- preciated by the student body The next time you attend a performance of a school play or musical and awe the scenery, special effects, and swift and professional scene changes, keep in mind they would not be possible without the efforts of these highly dedicated students we call the STAGE CREW. d K th work hard at painting scenery. b n M Fair Lady set Chris an a y Partrld e K Patton Under Ladder' A CREW Ladder 1 B Hannel M Valvo K ODee, I. g , . . . . PNorman Ladder II I Gretka C Brown Davis,S. Cor1nolly'ITStone,H.Smith,I. Szalanski. d tt I Mackenburg C Todorov D Yetman Seated: D. Barrett, N. Frank, K. Dun on. Stage Crewf 189 Honoring Frontier 's Academic All-Stars VETERAN MEMBERS: ROW 1: A. Kelleher, A. VWlson, B. Biel .HOW ec 2: D. Weese Vwlson, I. Partridge, L. Persons, K. Kelly A. Gardone, S. Dermott. BOW 3: M B. Evancho,L.Naum k' RD' ' ' ' ' ovs 1, 1en1s,K.Kohlm1er,j. Triepel, M. Polakewicz, G, Bish L Wyant, L. Blache, M. Whalen, R. Vweskerger. HOW 4: I. Koss, I. Krohn, S. McKee Malek, D. Smith, M. Klinzcar, H. Szelewski, B. Blyth, P Klawitter. Mr. Sullivan addresses the "honorees" INDUCTEES: HOW 1:I. Mackenburg, L. Todaro, I. Garberoglio, L. Ielanovic, N. Walty B. Surdyk, Neal, G. Miller, M. Groom, I. Harry M. Niziol, D. Strasser, K. Wasmund, W Weiss, G. Radwan Barrett, M. Lipinski, D. Buchanan, S. Gjurich, N. Probst, B. Weibel, S, Pirotta, 'II Noeller, 'IT jones. HOW 2: . ' I Trayford, B. Grogan, D. Koch, I. TZ Darwin. HOW 4: 'IT Kerr, S. Sanetz, C. Michael, Mink, I. Gretka, S. Pilger M Nocera L Hacic N Luczak M Wo d S , . , . , . , . 0 ,I. immons,I.Bondarenko, Nowak, V Horvath, M. Stahura, D. Orlowski, H. LaPiana,N. Karnavas, B. McCracken, G M11 HOW 3' C Gillen I Vlalson L Iask k' L . . . , . , . ows 1, . E. Grogan, K. Tamol, A. Larson, L. Vlhlczek. Steve and Brian discuss chemistry POUHCL 5. BSCICGF, D- NUFH11, K- Duke, K- ' , Q , , INDUCTEESHOW1 H Len d K U L.-- . : . ar , . zunoy B. Appleby S. Kelleher, S. jones Uri-1L.L:'HS: 1. Triepel fPresidentl, D. Weese ISecretaryj, 1, West, S. Zack. HOW 2: A. Pienta, 'lf Krakowski, D. Salerno, C. Lang, C. Brown Partridge fTreasurerJ, B. Blyth IVice-Pr 'd ' esi en tj Ghorazak, K. Koralewski, M. Gawlak, M. Eberhardt, K. Haines. HOW 3: G V Minich, A. Hughes, I. Eckman, M. Mohorovicic P Czuba I. Giccarella. 'II Ke , , - , , TT Wojick, E. Meiers, G. Hacic, R. Gardina, N. Frank, D. Cappara B Corcoran. ROW H Ba , .D l , . ' , . . ' I ' l N . uerj oy e G. Scott, T Simon D. Sheff, R Scocchera, Eyerett, K K Rich D Russell M. Powela, H. Schejffler, H. Stuart, B. Herr. ROW 5: 190 X N ational Honor Society l ivities This year's So- cial Club consisted of eight active members. Meet- ings were held once a month after school. Activities included basket- ball, volleyball, and dodgeball matches. Fundraising ac- tivities helped pro- mote the club's trip to New York City in May. al Mind HOW1 S KUS11'lSkl R Scoccheru C Brown huvv 4. i.iwe..e., Horvuth ROWS I Partridge M Klmczur C Corsetti,I.McVitt54 Social Clubflvlock Trialf191 At Frontier One Can Ski to - x Th W ' or ose ho Prefer Downhill . . . ' 'k'..f ":"--A-:f --'-. 'K K ---: :sei-fi .,:Qb- ' if ee. i . . -. .. , , rrl 1 t t r t y he elr c ' ' f":::l L l 'iky VVLL . ' ' ill I . L ,':L og -. This year's Ski Club had s M El VGI' y S1lCC8SSflll and Azgg H ik, 1 .,,g Zr .t,lt h '- p ALg g , - - ,1'::k -. '. '?'L1g :LV 'L..'k- L.- 6193, Ee l: ffl -12- le l x : if. FQ L' e. highly enyoyable year. .e e re re e p 5 - - i . ixi f' it 1 ih' w ei ffe . ,,,.h :"i: i .. . T-af: P f spll f 4.',h -W " Wlfh the COOPGMUOH ef rr is rree the Weather let leeef LL', rr . eee i f someone appreciated all aareo 1 -"" orro yeye. e .- .. rr Q I Of the SHOWU, members rrrr .ei r,,r., ' eoeoi . 22 e - . "F" ' ' 1' Were all able te Skl H fetal gig re i .1.- "'. e ef fee weeks. The traveled each Wednesday eee' efee evening to Holiday Valley P . rrroeee r -,.,- In N SW York' N lltll ee eie i k' .,l" lrk X53 ' K. gl: 1 lll ll l'L 1.-3. - A k'lhlk " lk ' ' ,e, . Durlng the rnonth of . x K -"- F ebruary members of the 'ereeee f e p e club embarked on their annual ski weekend ex- cursion to Vermont. This year's location was Kill- Ski Club ington and memorable ski moments were shared by all. .ef 5 .S Don has trouble walking on skis. "This is a stick-up!" All in the family Mrs. Gromek preparing to hit the slopes Mr. Gober: The "Spiritual" Leader. "What do you mean we're on the wrong bus?" s or Her Heart's Content . . and for Those Cross-Countr Advocates I 1 I. Partridge, M. Woefe ' L Wh eler, B. Surdyk, R M. Druzbik, I. Eckman, R. Nagy M. Henrich, W. SISS, K. Grimes. Is Ron Nagy on his way down? 1: D. Scheffler, S. Gjurich, M. Niziol, 'lf Darwin, S. Hachlinski,'S. Zack, berhardt, I. West. ROW 2: R Labinski, C. Corsetti, I. Rozanski, A. ' l. HOW 3: L. Wilczek, I. Zorn. ROW 4: M. R. Szelewski, V Horvath, N. Jones, . e . N. Walty ROW 5: R. Rogers, C. Hacic, M. McCarthy D. Lillis, C. . . W . B. ODE TO SKIING Give me the fluff of bottomless powers and an un- touched glistening mountain at dawn waiting for my lonely winding tracks and I'll show you what free- dom is. Show me a challenging trail to conquer and some moguls to put me in flight and I'll tell you what ex- citement is. Give me the blistery cold and ominous sky, whistling winds that bend the trees and a few unexpected ' ' h t s ect spills to slow me down and I ll tell you w a re p for nature is. Surround me with familiar voices filled with laugh- ter and tales of wild ski adventures and I'll tell you what friendship is. Give me the joy of sunshine, a suntanned face, a l View of end- picnic at the summit and a spectacu ar less mountains and I'll tell you what spring skiing is. Warm me by a blazing fireplace and someone special to share it with and I'll tell you what contentment is. Give me the changing shapes of crystal snowflakes, the cool, sharp smell of an evergreen forest and the ' ht nd I'l1 tell glory of an azure sky and a starry mg a you what mystery and enchantment is. by Cathy Quaglia Getting ready for an afternoon of strenuous exercise. The staffs of the Senior High, Guidance, Health and Attendance Offices consist of students, sopho- mores, juniors, and se- niors alike, wha volunteer their study hall time to type, answer the phone, file, distribute bulletins, sort mail, and many other various office duties. Their assistance is very much needed and deeply appreciated by all. T Frontier Students Assist ' GUIDANCEOFFICERHELPHOW1 B A lb C I . : . pp e 54 .Gi Ien,K.Duke,TZCoIern,S.Pi1ger.ROW2 Almendinger, H. Sidoti, 'If Wetherby D. Vlallis, B. Corcoran, L. Pietrocarlo, M. Brylski Polak' ' .M' ' ' ' iewicz issmg. B. Bednarz, L. Welmer, K. Madman. 0 . ali! jackie helps in Senior High fling. M" :RC b,K.H'h ,K.P ,K.Hkh. Mrs. Tomczak explains office procedures. lssmg Zu G IC ter eterson es et 194f Office Assistants SENIOR HIGH OFFICE ASSISTANTS: HOW 1: I. Sorrentino, I. S. Morris L Molnar HOW2'D Simino S Herwood S L k , . . : . erguson, K. Beko, L. Blenker, L. Patto Fischer, B. Kruse. ROW 4: Secretaries: Margaret Hart and Carrie ,. . . . ,. , . or a,Z.Sipos Ring T Evans HOW3 R F U, IH jficiency of School Offices OFFICE ASSISTANTS I Mink I Kulesza B Wade ROW2 D Cappara I K Walton K Timmel N Crawfor I urse Tommie Ribarich gives Mrs. Mahoney moral support. SI Q d N I Giving medical assistance A quiet day in the attendance office. Office Assistants f 1 95 Frontier Establishes Ihdeotape ews Ch The F N C Club fFrontier News Chan- nelj is a videotape production group whose goal is to write, produce, and direct public relation material involv- ing our scho0l's events and organiza- tions. This involves use of portable vid- eotape equipment by students under the direction of Mrs. Casper of the A f V Department. Newscasts are broadcast Friday mornings over F rontier's closed circuit television network. In its vanguard year, the FNC Club members look forward to becoming an expanded and permanent student video broadcasting unit which makes use of resources from numerous sub- ject areas and pupils' own exper- iences. Chris Mackey readies the equipment FN C covers a wide spectrum of the news 196fFrontier News Channel Public In ormation Expands Its Duties CLOCKWISE: B. Richardson, S. Iovanovski, L. Brennan, K. Baldelli, K. Sticht, G. Lemke, D. Kubiak, C. Rzeznik, 'IT Hapini, I. Szalanski, H. Sidoti. WY 4- L, L. Brennan fActing Secretaryl, I. Szalanski fVice-Presidentj, 'lf Rapini ISecretaryJ, S. Iovanovski fPresidentJ. I. !tlna..suv:1f. . L "You startled me!" The Public Information Club is one of the newer clubs at the Se- nior High School. In the short time it has been around, its func- tions and duties have grown by leaps and bounds. Originally the club collected articles and took pictures to be published in the Hamburg Sun featuring students and faculty to inform the community about the great things happening and the great people at Frontier. Since its beginning just six years ago, the club now runs a complete, mod- ern in-plant print shop which publishes the district's monthly newsletter, supplies extracurri- cular activities with their print- ing needs, and supplies the dis- trict and the teachers with forms and handouts necessary for the operation of their various pro- grams. Kim pauses from collating. Public lnformationf 1 97 Art Club Ioins the Ranks of Fine Frontier Clubs The Art Club is a new after school activity at Frontier and it consists of both art students and non-art stu- dents. The olub participated in many school activities including taking sec- ond place in the Homecoming Float Contest, making paintings for the Town of Hamburg's Advent Card and both decorating showcases and the halls. The club also raised money to hel P promote their first excursion to Toron- to. Party time. 198fArt Club if? HOW 1: C Zahm, M. Naumovski. HOW 2 L. S'k k . : 1 ors i fVice-Presidentl, K fPresidentJ, TZ Braunscheidel ITreasurerj. HOW 3: B. Donovan fSecretaryJ Woodworth, W Zak, L. Eckert, B. Kryszak, TI Manning, Mrs. Zak fAdvisorJ. Missing Baker, A. Porpora. 3' -N3 X j,,, ff, Yum' Yum' Cakes' s 'k g s Peer Listeners O er Valuable Support W 'td Sharing a response with his peers. Peer listeners go through o training session. Why is Bob looking at the next desk? Miss Trawinski listens intently RT1TS.A. Provides Behind-the-Scene Direction The Frontier PTSA. fParent, Teacher, Stu- dent Associationj works quite hard to help pro- vide a sense of direc- tion. The three ele- ments of the group share dialogue on corn- mon school issues in hopes of solving prob- lems and planning pro- jects. The group is also - planning to offer a scholarship for a gradu- ating senior with mon- ey raised froln various fund raisers. ROW 1: H. Sutton, I. Sullivan lPrincipall, R Friddell, S. Kelleher, M. Doverspike, I. Iehle. HOW 2: M. Wolier, S. Sabuda, M. Neal, A. Szczesny M. Miller. Peer Listeners 8: RT.S.A.f199 Countless Hours Spent on HOW1 C Lang B Nowak K Nowak L Iaskowskl Wllson fCo edltorl C Lang T Noeller ROW 4 K Garberogho M L1vsey ROW2 I D Iafallo K Zawadskl B BIBIBC Mr Ceccarelh Kathy takes a break from copyfitting. Davles P Hauser K Dussmg M Eberhardt S Rachhnskl S Zak fljhotography Edltorj M Lumadue. ROW 3. I. Robmson T Glordano C. Corsetti M. Naumovski D. Yakal I. Gerace A. fAdv1sorJ HOW5 C ODee L Haclc K WIISOH fCo 6d1fOI'J R Welskerger M Hesketh S Pauley L. PCIWIICKI. Scott poses for the 200 f Gateway CCIITIBFG. 5 t r Gateway Business Staff: ROW 1: C. Sikorski. ROW 2: TI Sikorski, L. Hoctor, H. Sidoti. HOW 3: I. Ingoldsby B. Wade. HOW 4: L. Abramo, Mrs. Kraft fAdvisorJ. esigning "Gateway Pursuit" Sl gi ., t ffffffff J 5 . s i .15 ' 'ft' If . S tr.si . 1 . . The editor can still smile! Everyone likes Mr. Chavel! ffff.fffE-:5'fTY ' F'QgJir5.,':'5ffmiff :Q3i:Sffff'g1fn1nN ' in fi ze.: ....,f..-Vs.-f-1, g .fy -- wif-555,571f5.g.,5,k NF si t Z N Wa as , -X 1mf..-f.,f- K Q -. .f V K' 5 The staff of Gateway '85 took on one of the most diffi- cult of yearbook challenges through its designing of Gate- wa Pursuit. Credit for the idea of a trivia game is reserved Y for Mr. I. Kerr lSocial Studies teacher and advisor emeri- ' ' ' ' - - h ll in tusj. In addition to carrying out this ever so c a eng g theme, this year marked a new era in which not only would most of the pictures included in the book be taken by students, but also under the advisorship of Mr. Chavel be processed and printed by Frontier students. Sincere S well done. The designing of this yearbook, which can also serve as a trivia game, involved countless hours of devotion and determination. Gateway '85 would not have been without the leadership offered by its co-editors, Kim and Amy Vihlson. Their experience and leadership are reflected throughout this book. S ecial thanks is offered to Mrs. Kraft for her help in P running the magazine drive, Miss Lyons for her assistance with typing, Mr. David Gentile of Delmar Publishing for his guidance and expertise, Ioelle Iankowski for the cover design, Iohn Kehoe for divider and game board art work, and the students and personnel of Frontier for their coop- eration in helping to make Gateway Pursuit a reality. ratitude is offered to the entire photography staff for a lob Lynn hard at work on her layout. Gateway f 201 INDEX Abram, C. 100, 138 Abram, K. 37, 40 Abramo, L. 100, 200 Ada1'rlS, C. 12O,157, 176 Adams, D. 100 Adamczyk, A. 40, 63 Adamczyk, B. 40 Adamczyk, K. 6, 120, 140, 156, 178, 179 Albarella, S. 120 Albert, L. fStaffI 20 Albert, R. fStaffI 22 Allein, D. 100 Allen, L. 40, 173 Allexenberg, E. 120 Almendinger, N. 34, 139, 194 Andrasko, M. 40 Anthony, E. 120 Appenheimer, D. 120 Appenheimer, I. 40, 114, 173 Appleby, B. 100, 186, 190, 194 Applegate, I. 120, 140 Arthur, W 100 Austin, 'It 120 Azzarello, I. 40 Bacardi, F fStaffI 18, 36 Bahruth, H. fStaffI 16 Bailey D. fStaffI 17 Baker, C. 120 Baker, D. 40 Baker, E. 40 Baker, H. 120, 181 Baker, I. IStaffI15, 154 Baker, I. fBoardI 10 Baker, K. 100, 181 Baker, K. 100, 168, 169 Baker, K. 120 Baker, R. 40 Baker, S. 100 Bakowski, C. 100 BaltJterZ, C. 28, 41, 130, 141, 183 Baldelli, C. 120 Baldelli, G. fStaffI11 Baldelli, K. 28, 37, 39, 41, 108, 113,139,183, 197 Ballard, K. fBoardI 10 Bangel, R. 134 Bantle, R. 120, 140 Barbera, D. 65, 100 Barnas, S. 100 Barr, L. 100 Barrera, C. 120, 191 Barrett, D. 7, 27, 28, 37, 41, 78, 173, 176, 178, 183, 186, 188, 189, 190 Barrett, R. lStaffI 22 Barringer, R. 104, 120, 125, 140, 156, 183 Barrow, S. 120, 156, 181 Barry I. 120 Bartolomeo, D. 8, 37, 41 Bartolotti, M. 38, 41, 49, 130, 141, 155, 183 Bartus, A. 120, 161 Basinski, D. 120, 156 Basinski, S. 41 Bates, D. 100 Battleson, I. 120, 140 Bauer, E 100 Bauer, R. 100, 140, 157 Baumann, L. 100, 168, 169 Baxter, C. 41 Baxter, 'IT 100 Becker, D. 100 Becker, L. 120 Becker, S. 8, 29, 76, 92, 149, 190 Beckley, I. 100 Beckwith, C. 120 Bedard, M. 35, 41, 63,116 Bednarz,B.7,30,37,100,136,141, 151, 18 Bednarz, B. 100 Beko, K. 41, 168, 173, 194 Bell, D. 42 Belsenich, L. 37, 42, 71, 181 Benn, L. 120 Benn, W 100 Bennett, D. 100 Bennett, 120, 191 Bennett, M. 42 Bennett, S. 120 202fIndex 3 Benzel, C. 100 Beres, D. 120 Berges, M. 100 Best, T100 Bevelock, R 120 Bianchi, I. 100 Biddle, K. 100 Bieber, M. 120 Bielec, B. 42, 190,200 Bielman, I. 120 Biersbach, R. fStaffI 15, 40, 97, 141 Biesik, A. 42 Biglelow, C. 65, 100 Bingenheirner, B. 144 Bisll, C. 42, 190 Bish, D. 100 Blacha, L. 42, 190 Blackowski, P 100 Blain, L. 120, 152, 161 Blaylock, R. 120 Blaylock, 'lf 42, 173 Blaze, A. 120 Blaze, W 100 Blenker, L. 100, 194 Bley K. 120 Bloom, S. 100 Blyth, B. 42, 148, 157, 183, 190 Bodecker, K. 121 Boehm, N. 42, 114 Bogumil, G. 100 Bompczyk, S. 100 Bollinger, C. 42 Bond, C. 42 Bonderenko, I. 43, 173, 190 Bontillo, G. 121 Boris, I. 43 Borowski, R. 156 Boser, B. 43, 169 Boser, L. 101, 168 Boser, R. 121 I Bosiacki, M. 121, 178 Bowen, D. 43 Bowen, K. 101 Bowen, M. 121, 151 Bower, D. 101 Bower, W 121 Bradley E. fStaffI 11 Bratek, I. 121, 173 Bratek, K. 121 Bratek, M. 43 Braun, N. 121 Braunscheidel, M. fStaffI 14, 184 Braunscheidel, 'IT 121, 198 Braymiller, S. 121 Brehm, M. 101, 168, 169 Brennan, D. 121 Brennan, L. 37, 43, 97, 98, 139, 173,183,197 Britton, D. 121, 170, 171, 172 Broadbent, S. 34, 43 Brocki, L. 121, 152 Brooks, E. 43 Brown, C. 101, 149, 173, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190 Brown, C.121,181 Brown, 1. 44, 159 Brown, I. 101 Brown, K. 121 Brumagin, C. lStaffI 14 Bruscia, C. 45, 101 Brylski, I. 168, 169 Brylski, M. 101, 194 Buchanan, D. 35, 37, 44, 190 Buchanan, D. 121 Buchanan, T 101 Buck, D. 44 Bugman, B 44 Bukaty, M. 101 Bllkaty R. 37, 44, 131, 141 Bunch, B. 121 Burau, M. 121 Burke, 'IT 121 Burns, R. 121 Bussi, C. 101, 159, 177, 188 Buscaglia, H. 121, 138 Butera, C. 121 1 1 Cabot, D. 101 Caber, R. 44 Cackovich, R 44, 146, 151, 183 Calabrese, M. 101 Caliguiri, M. 101 Campoli, M. 44 Capasso, I. 44 Cappara, D. Capuani, A. fStaffI16, 146 Carbone, I. 101, 159, 196 Cardone, A. 44, 190 Carmody, K. 121 Carpenter, D. 121 Carson, I. 121 Carter, D. 121 Cassidy, S. 101 Castanza, P 101 Casuccio, S. 121 Cavalcoli, M. IStaffI 19 Ceccarelli, D. fStaffI 14, 30, 200 Cekalske, I. 121 Cerne, H. 121 Chavel, M. IStaffI 20, 201 Cheeke, W 101 Cherico, T 101 Cherniss, I. 45, 121 Chiodo, R. 101,141,183 Christiano, A. 121 Cl'10raZak, 92, 101, 173, 186, 1 Ciccarella, I. 101, 141, 183, 190 Ciesla, T 121 Ciuffetelli, V 45, 143, 186 Cleary K. 121 Clifford, A. 101, 159, 176 Clifford, K. 45, 159 Clifford, M. 101 Cloos,'I1 45, 158, 173, 179 Cobb, D, 121, 142 Cobb, I. 45, 77, 93, 143, 170, 171 Cocklin, K. 122 Cocklin, W 45, 49 Cole, C. 101 Cole, R. 122, 159 Colern, M. 101 Colern,'I1 168, 169, 194 Colligan, S. 101 Colligan, S. 101 Compise, M. 101 Compise, R. 45 Compton, B. IStaffI 23 Comstock, K. 45, 80, 114, 116 88,190 , 172 Connolly, S. 27, 36, 101, 188, 189 Conti, A. 101 Conti, C. 30, 45, 49, 136, 141, 151, 183 Convissar, S. 122 Conway T 122, 159, 176 Cook, K. 97 Cook, R. 102 Coppola, D. 46 Corcoran, B. 102, 190, 194 Corsetti, C. 46, 146, 171, 181, 188, 189, 190 193, 200 Corsi, C. 97, 122 Costantino, C. 122 Costello, M. IStaffI 18, 176 Couche, A. 122 Courtney M.K. fStaffI 12 Coyle, S. 122, 173 Cramer, E. fStaffI 23 Crawford, N. fStaffI 22, 195 Crawford, T 46, 96, 120 Cretacci, D. 66, 122 Croad, 'Il 122 Cronin, B. 122 Cuddihy, C. 63, 102 Cudzilo, M. 122 Culver, W 102 Cummings, T 122 Curcio, K. 102, 168 Czarcinski, T 122, 156 CZl.llJa, R 102, 190 Dahl, 122, 179, 184 D'Alessandro, M. 37, 46 Daly, S. 122 Damstetter, D. 46 Darel, D. 102 Darner, I. 122 Darner, S. 46, 116 Darwin, 'lf 46, 145, 173, 183, 185, 190, 193 Davies, 1. 122, 176, 200 Davies, A. 46, 188, 189 Dawson, D. 75, 122 Dean, D. 46, 147, 181 Dearmyer, D. 102 Dearth, 'lf 122, 159, 181, 184 Deberandinis, D. 102 Deberandinis, D. 102 Deinzer, D. 122, 150 Delaney, I. 46 Dembski, L. 122, 157 Deming, D. 102 Dermot, S. 181, 190 Desmone, C. 37, 47 Detig, D. 102, 168, 169 168, 169, Detwiler, 'II 102 DeVinney L. 122 Devitt, W fStaffI 19 Devlin, L. 122 Diaz, R. 102 Dickman, R. fStaffI 18 Dienes, P 190 Dietrick, R. 47, 146, 151 DiFlavio, C. 102, 160, 183, 186, 187, 19 Dils, K. 122, 140, 156 Dimaria, S. 47 Dinan, I. 122, 185 Dinan, K. 102 Disaverio, D. 102 Dodge, K. 122 Dollman, M. IStaffI 17 Dombrowski, C. 47 Donaldson, D. 102 Donaldson, M. 102 Donaldson, R. 102, 154 Donovan, E. 6, 122, 186, 198 Donovan, K. 47 Doty T 102 Doverspike, D. 102, 191 Doverspike, K. 47, 141, 168, 169 Dowdall, M. 122 Doyle, 102, 143, 151, 190 Drewiega, M. 102 Dreyer, A. 102 Drusbik, G. 122 Drusbik, R. 47 Druzbik, M. 122, 140, 178, 193 Dubreville, I. 47 Duffek, B. 122 Duggan, M. fStaffI 18 Duke, K. 37, 47, 121, 190, 194 Dundon, K. 68, 100, 102, 132, 148, 181, 188 Dunlap, A. 34, 36, 48, 136, 141, 156, 1 Dunston, V 102 Duquette, K. 122, 159 Durett, I. 48, 168, 173 Durrett, A. 48 Dussing, K. 123, 176, 200 Dylik, L. 123 Eberharclt, M. 29, 54, 107, 113, 142, 17 171, 172, 178, 186, 190, 193,200 Eckert, 102, 174, 195, 196 Eckert, I. 123 Eckert, L. 123 Eckert, M. 102 Eckert, S. 48 Eckman, C. 123, 193 Eckman, 102, 190, 193 Eckman, M. 102, 156 Edel, W 48, 62, 102 Edmunds, I. 123 Edwards, M. 123, 170, 171 Elardo, I. 123 Elfers, M. 123 Ellis, K. 48 Emel, H. 123 Enderson, K. 48 Endress, C. 8, 48, 157, 183, 190 Enser, D. 123, 157, 171, 172 Enser, M. 48, 1458, 159, 171 Erhardt, R. 103 Erker, D. 103, 145, 155 Ernst, C. 6, 103, 139 Ernst, C. IStaffI 23 Ernst, M. 48, 61, 139, 187 Evancho, B. 37, 49, 153, 183, 186, 187, 193 Evancho, 103, 141, 154, 155 Evancho, I. 123, 140 Evans, 'll 123, 138, 194 Everett, 'lf 103, 158, 190 Falcone, D. 123, 156, 176 Falcone, R. 49, 141, 156, 183 Falkner, N. fStaffI 14 Fantuzzo, K. 103 Farallo, I. 103 Farley, D. 123 Fasciana, 123, 140, 158, 171, 172 Faust, W fStaffI 20 Ferguson, FI 49 Ferguson, R. 123, 194 Ferrari, M. 143 Ferro, R. 103, 159 Fessel, M. 123 Fieldsa, A. 49, 129, 181, 193 Figiel, S. IBoardI10 Filighera, R. 103 Filighera, R. 123 Fini, A. lStaffI 20 Fiorello, C. 49 Fiorello, L. 123, 191 Fischer, L. 103 Fischer, M. 123, 194 Fischer, R. 49 Fisher, C. 103 Fitzgerald, D. 103 Fitzgibbons, S. 103, 136, 141, 183 Fletcher, M. 49, 190 Flick, W. IStaffI 23 Flierl, K. 49 Flierl, S. 50, 123, 170, 171, 179 Flores, D. 53, 103 Flynn, L. 123 Flynn, S. 49 Foerster, I. 123 Foley, R. 103 Forcuccl, V 103 Forti, G. lStaffI 23 Fox, K. 103 Foy, C. lStaffI 13 France, R. lStaffI 23 Frank, N. 35, 98, 149, 153,160,170, 172, 173, 183, 189, 190 Friddel, H 123,151, 186, 197 Friddell, A. 103, 141, 183 Fruchtel, S. 123 Fuller, E. 57,103, 170, 171 Furlage, I. lStaffI 23 Gallivan, C. 123, 181 Galluzzi, R. 123, 140 Galovich, D. 49 Ganey, C. 103, 173, 176, 188 Gannon, L. 103, 169 Gannon, T. 50 Garberoglio, K. 50, 79, 128, 148, 186, 190, 200 Gardner, I. 123 Garra,I.123,179 Garvin, D. 28, 103 Gasinski, T. 50 Gasper, L. lStaffI 23, 96, 196 ates, L. lStaffI 14 Gawlak, M. 6, 103,153,160,170, 171, 173, 183, 186, 190 aWlak,R.123,140,154 Gawronski, C. 123 Gehen, D. 50 Genovese, H 103 Gerlach, S. 124, 178 Gesin, F 103 Gideo, I. 98, 103, 139 Gifford, G. 50 Gilcirist, K. 50, 80, 116, 157, 186 Gill, C. 124 Gillen, C. 8, 50, 92, 149, 190, 194 Giordano, T. 124, 177, 200 Gizzi, D. 124, 144, 158 Giuricll, S. 26, 50, 77, 170, 173,188,190, 193 Glase, I. 124 Gleason, 8, 49, 50, 130,141, 183 Gleason, K. 103, 143 Glinski, M. 103 Gober, I. lStaffI 20, 36, 43, 78, 96, 113 Godios, E. 50, 75 Goldstein, R. 124 Gonciarz, D. 51, 173 Gonser, M. 124, 161, 181 Goodberry, L. 124 Goodier, 3.124 Goupil, I. 124 Gordon, E. 103 Gordon, M. 103 Gorman, E. lBoardI 10 Gospodarski, I. 51 Govenettio, T, 124 Graham, I. 51 Grajeda, E. lStaffI 23 Graieda, L. 103 Gray, I. 51, 52 Green, I. 51 Green, S. 104 Greene, B. 124, 140 Greene, K. 124 Gregoire, C. 124 Gregoire, D. 125 Grekulak, M. 65 Gretka, C. 104 Gretlca, I. 6, 29, 52, 113,170,171, 173, 176, 188, 189, 190 Grellie, S. 124,138,176 Griffith, K. 104 Grimaldi, K. 124, 170 Grimes, K. 52, 96, 148, 157, 174, 186, 193, 196 Grimmer, M. 104 Grinder, A. 97, 104, 147, 178 Grogan, E. 57,96,157,186,190,193,196 Grogan, W. 8, 34, 37, 51, 141, 183, 190 Gromek, D. lStaffI 16 Groom, M. 51, 173, 178, 190 Gross, E. 104 Grubb, K. 104 Guilmaia, A. 52, 173. Gumhalter, I, 104, 156 Gunning, C. 113, 124 Gutekunst, R. 124, 157 Gwitt, C. 104 Habermehl, D. 52 Hacic,C.104, 122,190, 193 Hacic, I. 52,150 Hacic, K. 124 Hacic, L. 29, 39, 52, 64, 70, 92, 173,188, 190, 200 Hacic, M. lStaffI 23 Haines, K. 68, 97, 104, 117, 147, 151, 170, 171, 178, 190 Haines, L. 124 Haines, R. IStaffI15, 143 Halas, B. 37 Halas, I. 104 Haley, I. 124, 171 Hall, D. 30, 34, 35, 37,52,79, 160 Hall, I. 104 Hallman, I. lStaffI 23 Harn, W. 52 Hammond, N. 124 Hannel, B. 104, 174, 189, 196 Hannel, G. 124, 142 Hanneman, I. tStaffI 23 Harmon, W. 124 Harney, M. 8, 26, 52, 181, 188, 196 Harry, I. 104,173,190 Hart, M. lStaffI 12, 194 Hart, R. 124, 179 Hartel, R 52 Hartel, P 124, 170,171, 172, 177, 181, 19 Harrington, D. QBoardI 10 Hatten, M. 124, 140, 154 Haugh, N. 104 Hauser, R 124, 200 Hazen, G. 124, 144 Heilig, A. 104, 157, 188 Heinemann, S. 124 Helrner, T. 104 Henrich, M. 124, 152, 179, 186, 193 Hens, B. 104 Herlehy, T. 52, 156,183, 186 Hernandez, B. 169 Herr, C. 37, 52, 181 Herr, R. 104, 174, 190, 196 Herrington, I. 125, 159 Herwood, S. 104, 157, 194 Hess, B. 125 Hess, V 53, 77, 96 Hesketh, K. 104 Heskelh, M. 34, 36, 37, 53, 181 Hickey, R lStaffI 15, 114, 159 Hildebrand, M. 104 Hincherick, L. 125 Hine, R. 104 Hint,C.125, 151 Hoctor, L. 53, 80, 200 Hoctor, S. 125 Holley, L. 125, 138 Hoffmann, E. IStaffI 17 Hoffman, T. 104, 150, 159 Hojnacki, W 53 Holfoth, W. 53 Holl, B. 125 Hooper, S. 53 Horbachewski, M. 53 Horn, M. 125 Horn, W. lBoardI 10 Horne, D. 125 Horton, D. lStaffI 23 Horton, S. 125, 176 Horucy, F 53 Horucy, S. 104 Horvath, I. 104, 143 Horvaih, V 7,8,53,77,93, 170,171,172 173, 177, 190, 193 Host, S. 104, 160 Host, TZ 53 Houseknecht, I. 125 Hudson, M. 65, 104 3 Hughes, A. 104, 190 Hughes, R. 54 Hughes, S. 37, 54, 173 Hurlbut, C. 76 Hyser, H. 125, 179, 181 1 1 Iafallo, D. 125, 176, 200 Imler, L. 125 Infante, N. fStaffI 19 Ingersoll, D. 104 lngoldsby, I. 54, 200 Isaacs, L. 54 lngrassia, C. 125, 144 Ishmael, C. 125, 179 Izydorczak, D. 37, 104, 141, 155, 183 Izydorczak, T. 104, 151, 178 Iabouga, I. 105, 178 Iackson, I. 125, 170, 171, 177 IaC0lJS, T.31,105,148,160,183 Iaeggi, S. 76, 176 Iames, S. 54, 147, 151 Iankowski, I. 54 Iarnot, M. 105 Iarosz, D. 54 Iaskowski, L. 105, 190, 200 Iefferlone, A. 125 Iefferlone, S. 54 Ieffers, A. lStaffI 23 Iehle, I. QStaffI 15 Ielenovic, L. 54, 147, 151, 181, 186, 190 Iemiolo, I. 125 Ienkins, G. lStaffI 15 Ienkins, H. 54, 181 Iensen, R. 105, 143 Ieswald, M. 105 Iewitt, R. 105 Iohn, L. 105 Iohnson, C. 55 Iohnston, B. 125 I0l1nS10n, 49, 55, 141, 155 Iohnston, I. lStaffI 15 Iones, D. 53, 105 Iones, N. 55, 92, 190, 193 Iones, S. 54, 75,105, 142,159, 178, 186, 190 Ioseph, D. 125 Iovanovski, S. 125, 179 Iovanovski, S. 55, 197 Ioynt, I. 125 Iust, E. 35,105 Iust, I. 125 Q I Kacmarski, R. 105, 133,141, 151 Kapuza, I. 125 Karnavas,N.55,78,133,136,141, 183,190 Kashino, T. 125 Kasinski, S. 125, 190 Kawa, D. 55 Keefer,G.125,170, 171,172 Keefer, S. 55, 78, 80 Kehoe, C. 105, 156, 168 Kehoe, I. 55 Kehoe, I. 55, 102 Kelleher, A. 55, 92, 171, 185, 190 Kelleher, S. 105, 136, 147, 170, 171, 172, 190, 199 Kellner, 49, 141, 155, 183 Kellner, R 105, 141, 183 Kellogg, R. 105 Kelly, K. 35, 41,56,177,190 Kelly, K. 97, 105, 139 Kelly, L. 125 Kencel, C. 125 Kencel, I. 56, 146, 151 Kencel, S. 125 Keppler, I. 56, 181 Keranovic, Z. 36, 105 Kerr, I. QStaffI15, 115 Kerr, T. 105, 138, 190 Kerr, T. 56, 190 Kick,I.125 Kijanka, I. 125 Kiianka, S. 105 Kingman,T. 105 Kinn, E. 125 Kirkpatrick, T. 56 Klawilter, P 4, 56, 143, 180, 181, 190 Kleine, A. 56 Klein, K. 125, 138 Klimowicz, D. lStaffI 13 Klimowicz, R. 56 Klinck, H. 126 Klinczar, M. 4, 56,113,180,181,190 Klinger, R. 126 Knapik, K. 105, 181 Knapik, R 105 Knaszak, M. 126, 174, 176 Knisely, S. 105, 173 Kobel, K. 56 Koch, A. 105 Koch, D. 105, 168, 190 Koch, K. 97 Kocur, T. 126 Koenig, L. 57, 191 Koester, K. 32, 34, 37, 57, 141, 168, 169 Kogut, L. 126 K0l1ll'neier, K. 57, 150, 182, 183, 190 Koralewski, K. 126, 152 Koralewski, K. 57, 151, 183 Koralewski, K. 105, 143, 173, 180, 190 Korthals, W. lStaffI 14 Korzkowski, C. 105 Koss, I. 57, 190 Koss, L. lStaffI 18 Kotlowski, D. 126 Kowalczyk, B. 105 Kowalczyk, M. 126, 196 Kozak, K. 168, 169 Kraft, M. IStaffI 17 Krakowski, T. 5, 105, 190 Krautsack, M. 105 Krayna, B. 57 Krohn, 57,151,177,180,181, 182,183, 190 Krone, T. 108, 126, 140, 151 Kruse, B. 105, 194 Kruszka, G. 126 Kruszka, R 105 Kruszak, T. 126, 176 Kryszali, B. 105, 176, 176, 198 Kubiak, D. 105, 197 Kuebler, R 126 Kulesza, I. 195 Kunselman, I. 106 Kurucz, C. 126 Kusczk, C. 106 Kwapich, L. 57 Kwapich, M. 106, 179, 181 Kwiatkowski, T. 106 Kwietniewski, R. 106 Kyser, R. lStaffI 20 Lahinski, H 5, 6, 106, 170,171,193 Lafave, L. 29, 106, 160,170, 171 Lang, C. 106, 153, 173, 188, 189, 190, 209 Lang, C. 126, 200 Lang, D. 37, 58, 151, 153, 168, 169, 1781, 183, 193 Lang, I. 126 Langhans, S. 76, 148, 186 Lango, K. 126, 140 Lango, M. 126 Lapiana, W. 7, 27.173, 176, 188, 190 Larivey, L. 126 Larosa,M.126, 147,151,179 Larson, A. 8, 35, 41, 46, 58, 70, 93, 173, 1898, 190 LaSanta, C. 126 Lashua, K. 126, 181 Lates, 126, 140 Lates, S. 106 Lattuca, M. 77 Laufer, K. 58 Lavier, T. 58 Liaros, A. lStaffI 21 Leavell, K. 126 Lechowski, G. 126, 140, 173, 184 Lechowski, G. 58, 183 Leffler, M. 168 Leibold, W. 126, 159 Lemke, G. 197 Lenahan, I. 126 Lenahan, K. 126 Lenard, H. 106, 149, 190 Lepsch, R 106, 136, 141 Lepsch, T. 126, 140 Lesswing, W. 58 Lester, W. 126 Levulis, E. 58 Lewandowski, L. 58, 171 Lewis, D. 106, 158 Lewis, L. 106 Lewis, T. 58 Lichon, I. 106 Lillis, D. 193 Index7203 Lipinski, M. 8, 34, 59, 149, 183, 186, 190 Lippacher, D. 106 Lippacher, M. 126 Livsey M. 59, 168, 169, 200 Lockwood, I. 106, 194 Loder, R. 126 Logan, M. 59, 156, 173 Loncher, I, 106, 145, 155, 183 Lorrens, D. 126 Lorka, S. 106, 188, 194 Losi, L. IStaffI 19 Lotocki, M. 106, 174 Lovern, I. 59, 73, 149, 153 Lucarelli, D. fStaffI 13, 40 Luczak, H. 126 Luczak, L. 59, 37, 73, 92, 148, 151, 157, 171, 183, 190 Ludlow, K. 59 Lumadue, P 126 Lumadue, M. 59, 196, 200 Lux, P 106,168 Lyons, N. lStaffI 17 Lyons, 'II 127 I I Macchioni, D. 106, 140 Mack, L. 127 Mackenburg, I. 31, 59, 93, 176, 186, 188, 189, 190, 196 Mackey C. 32, 59, 168, 169, 176, 177, 196 Mackey I. 126, 140 Macneil, 'Ii 127, 179 Madigan, C. 106, 108 Mahoney C. 37, 59, 105 Mahoney D. fStaffI 23 Mahoney, K. 56, 127, 181 Mahoney K. 38, 60 Malek, K. 60, 159, 190 Maloney, G. 47, 127 Mancliak, D. 127, 181, 187 Mann, R. 127 Manning, D. 127 Manning, D. 141, 136 Manning, T 106, 177, 188, 198 Mantione, S. 60 Marean, M. 106 Marks, FI 127, 144 Markel, R. fStaffI 23 Markwood, L. 60 Martin, D, 60 Martinez, C. 127 Martinez, P 127 Maslowsky D. 106 Maslowsky G. 127 Masterman, 'II 127, 138, 181 Mastrangelo, M. 106, 177 Mathews, L. 106 Matwijkow, C. 60 Matwijkow, D. 60 Mau, 127, 177 Mayer, M. 60 Mayerhofer, D. 127 Mazon, K. 29, 39, 60, 113, 139 McAndrew, W 106 McCarthy, M. 127, 159, 193 McCarthy S. 106 McCarthy W 105, 106, 153 McClintock, M. fStaffI 23 McClintock, M. IStaffI 16 McConnell, D. 127 MCCOnVey, W 16, 127, 144, 154, 170, 171, 172, 177 McCooey C. 108, 127, 140 McCooey K. 105, 106, 153 McCooey K. 106, 153 McCormick, M. 37, 60 McCormick, C. 127, 181 McCoy 'II 61, 150 McCracken, W 61, 190 MCCully A. 37, 61, 73, 149, 153, 183 McCully K. 106 McDonnell, L. 107, 170, 171 McDonnell, M. 107 McGee, C. 127 McHugh, S. 127 McKee, S. 61, 159, 190 McMillen, M. 107 McNaughton, S. 107 McSkimming, I. 127 MCSkimming, M. 61, 159, 170, 171 Mcwtty, I. 8, 61, 176, 190 Meaney I. fStaffI 11 Mecozzi, C. 107 Meaynski, I. 127 Meegan, D. 107, 153 Mehrdad, C. 127 Meier, E. 107, 186, 190 Mendola, E. 107, 149 204fIndex Menton, M. 107 Merlino, A. 127 Mescall, D. 127 Meyer, L. 127 Meyer, M. 107, 141, 183 Meyer, P 127, 140, 156 Michael, C. 8, 60, 61, 68, 93, 148, 183, 187, 190 Michalek, D. 127 Micucci, R. 128, 183 Miller, C. 106, 107, 158, 177, 190, 196 Miller, E. 128, 140 Miller, G. 36, 128, 140 Miller, I. 107 Miller, K. 61 Miller, S. 107 MirliCl'l, V 107, 171, 176, 190 Mink, 107, 168, 169, 190, 195 Mink, S. 128, 144, 156 Minnick, C. 61, 176, 196 Miserendino, M. 107, 159, 177 Mitchell, B 128 Mohan, B. 128 Mohorovicic, M. 107, 190 Molnar, L. 123, 128, 194 Monckton, R. 107 Mondel, E. 107 Montague, N, 128 Moppert, K. 107 Moran, N. 37, 61,105, 149,153,176 Morgan, K. 128, 176 Morgan, K. 107 Morgan, T1 98, 131 Morgante, P 128, 144 Morris, S. 62, 168 Morris, S. 65, 107, 194 Morse, D. 76 Mozgawa, K. 107, 179, 188 Mueller, 'L 168, 169 Muniz, C. 128, 176 Murzynowski, I. 62, 147, 168, 169 Murzynowski, M. 25, 31, 151, 183, 184, 188 Muscato, I. 62 Mye, T 128 Myers, L. 128, 178 Myers, R. IStaffI 14 1 1 Nagy R.128,140,171-172,177,181,193 Nappo, I. 128 Nappo, S. 128 Nash, 38, 128, 170-171 Nash, W 107, 150, 171, 177 Naumoff, B. 128 Naumovski, M. 128, 198, 200 Neal, M. IBoardI 10 Neal, S.128, 142,151, 186 Neuhauser, E. 128 Neuhauser, L. 168 Newman, B. 128, 171 Niedermeier, M. 107 Nistler, I. 31, 128 Nocera, R. 128 N06ller, T 107, 159, 172, 183, 190, 200 Norris, R. fStaffI 14, 48, 96, 132 Nowak, B. 53, 128, 200 Nowak, K. 107, 181,200 Nowakowski, D. 128 Nunciato, D. 128 1 I Oaks, P 63, 168-169 Obad, G. 107 Obad, I. 128 O'Boyle, K. 123, 170-171 O'Brien, D. 181 O'Brien, 'lf 107, 141, 183 O'C011l'l8ll, K. 128, 170-171 O'Connor, C. 128, 150 O'Connor, I. 107 Odee, C. 107, 188-189, 200 Olejniczak, S. 107 O'Malley C. 8, 63, 143 Orcutt, A. fStaffI18, 191 O'Reilly E. fStaffJ 12 OrlOWSki, D. 4, 107, 174, 179, 181. 190 Osika, R. 107 Oszust, S. 128 Oli, M. 108,157,183 I I Pacyon, A. 128 Pacyon, L. 63 Page, T 63, 108, 156, 183 Page, W 128, 156 Pagels, S. 129 Palmer, D. fStaffI 14 Palermo, A. 108, 176 Palombaro, A. 108 Patronik, D. fStaffJ 16 PaluCl'1, S. 129, 146, 156 Palyszeski, M. 129 Paolini, P 108 Paolini, R. 185 Parker, S. 34, 108, 141, 151, 183 Partridge, I. 5, 6, 27, 29, 47, 63, 92, 113, 17 180-181, 184, 188-189, 190, 193 Paterson, C. 129 Pattison, K. 129 Patton, D. 108 Patton, K. 129, 157, 183, 188 Patf0I1, L. 129, 187, 194 Pauley, M. 34, 63, 96, 186, 200 Pauley '11 129, 138 Pavel, C. 108, 158, 176 Pawela, M. 108, 190 Pawlak, E. 129, 140 Pawlak, I. 108, 156 Pawlicki, L. 63, 73, 96, 186, 200 Pelow, R. 108 Penn, C. 108 Penvose, D. 108, 177 Perez, C. 108 Perkins, S. 108, 176 Persons, L. 63, 77, 92, 143, 173, 188, 190 Peterson, K. 36, 37, 63 Peterson, R. 64, 80, 96, 176-177, 196 Petrie, D. 108 Petroy E. 129 Petrus, D. 129 Petrus, I. 108 Pezzino, M. 64 Phelan, C. 64 Phillips, La. 108 Phillips, Li. 64, 176 Phillips, R 143, 155 Phillips, R. 62, 98, 108, 139, 187 Pienta, A. 108, 151, 178, 190 Pienta, D. 108 Pierino, A. 129, 159 Pietraszek, D. 32, 34, 39, 98, 108, 139 Pietraszek, L. 64, 113, 181 Pietrocarlo, L. 108, 194 Pietrocarlo, R. 64 Pike, L. 108 Pike, W 108, 173, 176 Pikul, 108, 141 Pilger, R. 129, 159, 179 Pilger, S. 64, 159, 168-169, 190, 194 Pimiewski, S. fStaffJ 24 Pinkowski, R. fStaffJ 22, 183 Pirotta, S. 108, 146, 151, 190 Plumer, I. fStaffJ 10 Polakiewicz, A. 129, 161. 178-179 Polakiewicz, M. 64, 178, 190, 194 Polakiewicz, S. 35, 37, 53, 64, 105 Pollinger, R. fStaffI 18 Pollock, I. 129 Pollum, R. 129 Porpora, A. 6, 129 Porter, G. 64, 145, 155, 183 Portka, D. 129 Porto, R. 77 Pound, G. 129 Pound, L. 108, 159, 176, 190 Pracitto, R. 108 Predko, K. 129 Prendergast, Th. 108, 141, 183 Prendergast, Tr. 129 Pr0lJSt, 37, 129, 133, 140 Probst, M. 34, 37-38, 65, 92, 133, 145, 183, 190 Prusak, I. 65 Puglisi, M. 108 Purcell, I. 129 Rabner, P fStaffI 148, 157 RaChlin5ki, S. 129, 176, 182, 193, 200 Radwan, C. 28, 37, 65, 147, 151, 183, 190 Ramos, K. 65, 79, 176, 186 Ranic, P 129 Ranick, S. 129 Raczka, D. 129 Rapini, R 108, 136, 141, 183 Rapini, 'L 32, 34, 36, 55, 65, 168-169, 197 Rath, D. 129, 140, 151 Ratka, L. 129, 177, 181 Ratka, D. 129 Raupp, W fStaffI 17 0. Rausch, M. 108 Rausch, R. 108, 157 Raymond, M. fStaffI 16 Rechlin, 'If 65, 149, 190 Reczek, I. 108 Redden, I. 129 Reed, C. 129, 144 Reed, T 129 Regensdorfer, D. 65 Reger, L. 65 Regis, 11 129, 155 Rehner, G. 65, 143 Reiber, K. 130 Reiller, D. 109 Reimer, C. 66 Reitz, S. 66 Renowden, C. 37, 66 Renowden, I. 109 Renskowski, R. 109 Renzo, P 109 Resetaritis, M. lStaffI 16 Ribarich, 'L 66, 195 Rich, K. 30, 109, 148, 153, 160, 183, 18 Richards, K. 109 Richardson, H. 130 Richardson, R 130 Richardson, V 109, 191 Richardson, B. 109, 197 Richardson, H. 130 Richter, Kar. 130 Richter, Kat. 109 Riederer, H. 44, 109, 171, 173 Riley I. 109 Rinard, R. 130 Rindfieisch, E. 130 Ring, S. 123, 130, 138, 194 Ritter, P 109 Rivera, 8, 27, 69, 109, 126, 188 Rizzo, 109, 145, 155 Rizzo, M. 66, 150, 156 Rizzo, N. 109, 145, 155, 190 Roberts, D. 66 Roberts, S. 130 Robinson, G. 130, 140 Robinson, Iea, 130, 176, 200 Robinson, Ien. 130, 179 Rockey S.176, 196 Rogers, M. 130 Rogers, R, 130, 140, 193 Roliczek, E. 66, 177, 186 Rominger, L. 109 Roorda, R 109 Rosinski, R. fStaffI 11 Ross, K. 66 Ross, P 130 Rothenberger, I. 130, 173 ROZaI1Ski, 71, 130, 152, 161, 170, 176 193 Ruchalski, C. 66 RLlSS6ll, D. 108, 143, 177, 183, 190 Russell, K. 130 Russo, G. 108 Russo, L. 130, 151 Rutkowski, A. 108 Rutkowski, I. 66 Ryan, P 130 Ryan, T fStaffI 13 Rybarczyk, S. 130, 185 Rzeznik, C. 108, 197 Sabuda, I. fStaffI 18, 31, 39, 92 Sage, G. 130, 154 Saia, S. 130, 154 Saladyga, M. 108, 143, 151, 190 Salazar, M. 143 Salerno, D. 34, 72, 108, 187-188 Salerno, T 37, 67, 141, 183 Salerno, '11 130 Salisbury K. 130 Salisbury, Ri. 108 Salisbury Ro. 108 Salmon, D. IStaffI 13 Sanders, S. 130, 152, 161, 179, 181 Sandusky, I. 36, 37, 67, 71, 116, 186 Saneiz, S. 5, 67, 98, 181, 183, 186, 190 Sanford, L. 67 Santana, I. 130, 161 Santoro, G. lStaffI 17, 150 Santoro, M. IStaffI 17 Santoro, 'II fStaffI 23 Sargent, D. 109 Sartori, A. 130, 176 Sausner, N. 109 Sawicki, C. 130 Sawicki, D. 130 Sawicki, G. 7, 48, 52, 67, 136, 141, 156, Scarsella, S. 130 Schaller, L. lStaffI 10 Schaller, R lStaffI 2w2, 37, 96, 141 Schasel, I. 130 Scheffler, Da. 193 Scheffler, De. 130 Scheffler, Ra. 67, 158 Scheffler, Ro. 109, 190 Scheuer, I. 130, 177 Schichtel, M. 109 Schieda, I. 67 Schiedel, C. 109 Schiferle, M. 130 chiferle, R 131 chinzel, M. 131 Cllimert, P 67, 114, 168-169 Chmidt, A. 109 chmidt, C. 109 Chmidi, K. 109 chmidt, M. 109 chneider, C. 109 chneider, H. 131, 181 choen, L. 110 choles, A. 110 chooley, I. 131, 159 chubbe, M. 131 Cl1ul'1,L.131,181 ohultz, C. 67 chultz, D. 131 chultz, H. 67, 117 Chultz, K. 6, 110 chultze, R. 68 chumacher, N. 68 chunk, A. 68, 168-169 chunk, I. 110 chuse, V 68 chuster, M. 131, 140 chwartz, K. 110, 150 chweikhard, C. 43, 68 chweikhard, E. 131 cinta, C. 110 cinta, M. 131 ciolino, A. 68, 168, 169 chroeder, K. 110 chranz, R. IStaffI 15, 32, 140 cocchera, R. 110, 184, 190 coma, L. 110 cott,G.110, 190 cozzaro, B. 131, 154 croggs, E. 110 croggs, L. 131, 179 elice, F 131,159 enn, H. 68 eufert, R. 65 ewastynowicz, B. 68, 71, 80, 116,127, 159 hafer, T. 110 hands, R. Dr. lSupt.I 11 hannon, E. 108, 110, 173 hea, I. 68 heff, B. 131 heff, D. 110, 190 heffield, K. 68 l1ell0I1, S. 131, 154, 170, 171, 172 idoti, R. 69, 168,169,173, 194, 197, 200 ikorski, C. 69, 200 ikorski, L. 131, 198 ikorski, T. 69, 200 imino, D. 69, 194 imino, L. 131, 170 imons, R 131 immons, I. 190 imon, 'If 110,190 ipos, Z. 131, 170, 171,194 itarek, C. 131 itarek, K. 110, 152, 185 iwiec, G. 131,140 kolnik, K. 4 kop,E.131,179 kora, T. 131, 150, 158 later, K. 131 later, M. 131 later, M. 110 mall, L. 110 mall, M. 131 melser, T. 110 mith, D. 8, 31, 69, 122, 150,186, 190 mith, G. 110 mith, K. 131 mith, L. 69, 169 mith, R. 131 obczak, C. 110 orrentino, I. 69, 148, 194 orrentino, L. 108, 110 010, S. 110,143 pezio, D. 39, 131 pors, D. 69 ring, D. 110, 143 ring, I. 131 tacey, K. 131,181 afford, E. 110 afford, K. 110 Stahura, M. 110,159,190 Stamer, S. fStaffI 22, 40, 141 Starr, K. fStaffI 14, 144, 146 Steele, D. 131, 138 Sieffan, S. 131, 147, 151 Steinbacher, L. 131, 171 Stephenson, A. 132 Sterling, L. 8, 37, 69, 103 Stevanoff, R lStaffI 15 Steward, A. 110 Slichl, K. 110, 197 Stockman, M. 110, 143 Stokloss, G. 70 Stone, T. 132 Stone, T 70, 189 StOlZ, A. 52, 168, 169 Strasser, B. 35, 37, 70, 183, 190 Strawbrich, K. 110 Streety, E. 132, 140, 154 Strnad, R 132, 159 Strong, K. 132 Stuart, K. 132 Stuart, R. 38, 110,129,159,172,190 Sucharski, R. 70, 173 Sullivan, I. 132, 142 Sullivan, I. lStaffI 12 Sullivan, Ma. lStaffI 14 Sullivan, Mi. lStaffI 14 Sullivan, R 132, 156 Sullivan, T. 110 Sullivan, V 132, 161 SI.11'dyk,B.70, 183,186,190, 193 Sutfin, M. 132 Suto, M. 110 Swahlon, R. 132, 159 Swift, L. 132 Switzer, I. 132 Switzer, L. 111, 156 Switzer, L. 70 Syta.D. 111,158 Szalanski, I. 36, 43, 70, 168, 169,188, 189, 197 Szczublewski, N. 132 Szczublewski, R 132, 173 Szelewski, K. 111 Szelewski, R. 7, 8, 70, 143, 170, 171, 172, 190, 193 Szkutak, K. 132, 170, 171, 178 - - Tamol, K. 43, 70,181, 190 Tarabula, R. 132, 140, 156 Tarnish, I. lStaffI 17, 168, 169 Tarnowski, I. 67, 70, 173, 181 Tatar, F 62, 111, 141, 183 Taylor, D. 43, 71 Taylor, I. 111,141 Taylor, K. lStaffI 21 Taylor, T. 111 Tedesco, E. 111 Texter, T. 71, 168, 169 Thomann, R. 36, 78, 111 Thompson, M. 122 Thompson, W. 111 Tilli, A. 67, 71, 188, 189 Timmel, D. 71, 168 Timmel, K. 6, 132, 188, 195, 198 Tirado, E. 111 Tirado, N. 132, 181 Tobias, 71, 80, 116, 186 Tobias, G. 111 T0daI'0, L. 71, 92, 143, 173, 178-179, 181, 190 Todorov, C. 189 Tokarczyk, T. 132, 176 Tomaka, T. 168-169 Tomaselli, I. 132, 146, 151 Tomaszewski, D. 8, 25, 48, 69, 70, 71, 78, 100, 132, 188 Tomczak, C. lStaffI 12, 194 Tomczak, I. 132 Tomicki, K. 62, 111 Tone, R. lStaffJ 16, 48, 132, 183 Toporek, C. 111 Toporek, D. 42, 67, 71, 80, 114, 173 Toporek, G. 6, 132, 140, 154 Topork, W. 72 Torgerson, I. 132 Torgerson, M. 72 Toth, E. 72 Tracy, D. 132 Traina, R. 72 Trask, D. 111 Trawinski, D. QStaffI 19 Trayford, Ia. 111 Trayford, Ie. 181, 190 Trayford, T. 132 Triepel, 7, 8, 72, 148, 156, 180, 183, 186, 190 Tripp, G. 28, 37,72,141,156,183 Trojanovic, S. 132, 152, 177 Troy,E. lStaffI 4, 16 Turgeon, D. 72, 155, 183 Tyrrel, T. 168 Uncapher, L. 132, 161 Urban, R. 111 Uzunov, K. 111, 190 Valetta, S. 72, 168-169, 181 Valvo, M. 92, 111, 149, 173, 188-189 Vance, B. 132 Vancise, M. 72, 93, 143, 170-171 Vandenbergh, I. 132, 142 Vandenbergh, K. 130, 170-171, 176 VanHoff, M. IStaffI 19 Venezia, A. 132 Verbanoff, A. 132, 152, 179, 186-187 Vetrano, L. 77 Vetter, L. 111 Wtrano, D. 132,152,161 Vohz, 1. 133 Von Henry, L. 133, 160 Voss, D. 72, 143 Vullo, C. 133.173, 181 Vullo, D. 73 Wade, B. 73, 195, 200 Wade, N. '111, 141, 183 Wagner, I. 111 Wagner, M. 26, 59, 116, 124, 172 Waite, R. 111, 151 Walczak, I. 111, 145 Walier, M. 73, 79, 92, 148, 186, 188, 199 Walier, R 111, 141 Walker, S. 73 Wall, D. 111 Wall, K. 73 Walsh, L. 133, 140 Walsh, S. 133 Walton, K. 133, 195 Wally, N. 73, 176, 181, 190, 193 Wangelin, R 36, 73, 78, 114, 128, 168-169 Wappman,R,5,111,141,151,183 Wappman, S. lStaffI 15 Warner, I. lStaffI 18 Warnes, T. 141 Wasmund, K. 34, 36, 62, 73,139, 168-169, 190 Wasmund, L. 133, 138, 187 Watson, M. 133 Weaver, R 133, 159 Weber, K. 133 Webster, R 133 Weed, B. 73 Weeks, W QStaffI 14 Weese, D. 25, 31, 56, 58, 73, 93, 173, 184, 186, 188, 190 weibel, B. 43, 77,111,151, 183,190 Weimer, L. 74 Weiser, M. 133 Weiskerger, R. 36, 74, 181, 190, 200 Weiskerger, S. 104, 108, 133, 140 Weiss, W. 34, 74, 79, 186-187, 190, 193 Weiss, M. 74 Welker, L. 111 Wentz, R. 133 Wertz, S. 74 West, G. 62, 111 West, 111, 117, 147, 151,190, 193 West, K. 133 Westlake, S. 76, 111, 181 Westphal, K. 133 Wetherby, T. 74, 194, 196 Wetzler, C. 111,181 Wetzler, K. 133 Wetzler, M. 111 Whalen, I. lStaffI 22 Wheeler, Lo. 74, 186 Wheeler, Ly. 133 193 whyras, D. 74, 173 White, A. 133 White, R. 133 Wicher, K. 133, 178 Wicinski, M. 133, 159 Widman, K. 38, 74, 173 Wieszcholek, I. 111 Wilcek, La. 29, 133, 149, 170-171, 193 Wilczek, Li. 38, 74, 96, 149, 190 Wild, H. 112 Wilde, W. lStaffI16, 156, 183 Will, R. 112, 146, 151, 186, 190 Williams, Da. 112 Williams, De. 65, 112 Williams, K. 60, 112, 190 Williams, L. 112 Williams, R. 112 Willis, D. 35, 74, 168-169, 194 Wilson, A. 4, 64, 75, 173, 188,190,200 Wilson, I. 64, 75, 149, 186, 190 Wilson, K. 29, 47, 75, 92, 170-173, 184, 188, 190, 200 Wiltberger, H. lStaffI 17 Windsor, K. 112 Wil'1ClSOI', L. 133, 173 Winkler, T. 133 Winter, R. 133 Wisiorek, 'If 112 Witkowski, R. 133 Woelfel, Ma. 133, 182, 186, 193 Woelfel, Mi. 133 Wohlabaugh, L. 112, 141, 183 Wojcik, N. 112 Wojcik, T. 34, 73, 97, 98, 112, 139, 190 W00d, M. 75, 151, 183,186, 190 Wood, N. IBoardI 10 Wood, R. 133,157,186 Wood, T 112 Woodling, D. 133 Woodworth, M. 112 WO0ClWO1'll'1, S. 133, 143, 188, 198 Woodworth, T. 39, 75, 173 Worthinton, T. 133 Wozniak, I. 133 Wrazen, C. 75 Wrazen, C. 134 Wyant, L. 134, 178, 179 Wyant, S. 8, 75, 149, 178, 186, 190 Wyman, S. 134,140, 151 Wyzykowski, N. fStaffI 14 Yace, A. 173 Yakal, D. 134, 179, 200 Yeaton, B. 112 Yetman, C. lStaffI 12 Yetman, D. 112, 189 Young, S. 75 Yoviene, R 134 1 1 ZaCk, S. 75, 112, 114, 142, 178, 188,190, 200 Zahm, C. 134, 176, 188, 198 Zak, M. 76 Zak, S. lStaffI Zak, W. fBoardI 10 Zak, W 134, 198 Zaklikowski, R. 134 p Zakowski, K. 76, 77, 159, 170, 171, 172 Zakowski, K. 134, 176 Zanelotti, D. 134, 140 Zawadzki, K. 76, 173, 181, 185, 200 Zawisa, R. 76, 141 Zehler, N. 112 G Zeman, I. 112 Zembrycki, B. 112 Zetby, D. 112, 159, 174, 196 Zimmerman, A. 42, 47, 76, 173, 188, 189 Ziomkowski, K. 76 Zoerb, C. 112 Zoerb, E. 112, 156 Zoizack, G. 112 Zoladz, I. 134 Z01'1'1, 29, 134,149, 170, 171, 177, 193 Zorn, L. 112 Zuchowski, I. 134 Zywicki, I. 134, 176 Zywicki, K. 76 Indexf205 A U ,QJJ ,!Q,1,5ff .,A,,,.,h, ,g,. , k,L,:. 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' -5332 wg i' -11 -wi L , -lm .Kf, f - K-was t Q . , . Q 'IL ., ' ' if IN E 'Aww f W WWW W4 ,W , , M. 1' - iv ", : wi W, V '. ' -Y T572 , ' - J , .-,. ' VARSITY BASEBALL N i 46 Back row: D. Balhierz, W. Kenyon, W. Boquard, E. Busha, K. Logan, S. Bohcn, C. Wilson, K. Horton, B. Weiss, W. Gleason. T. Langian M. Easton fmanagerj, P. Ganci, D. Ball fmanagerj, L. Basley. Front row: The Varsity Baseball team finished its season with 7 wins, and 11 losses. Captain Dave Balbierz was the MVP for the Falcons this year. Dave batted .345, led the team in most hits and the most RBIS. He compiled a won 4, lost 5 pitching record. The Falcons were a young team this year with three sophomores starting. Junior Greg Hines also had a fine season batting .347. FCHS OPP Lake Shore 12 0 Orchard Park 6 8 Lancaster 9 0 Maryvale 0 2 Hamburg 3 4 West Seneca East 6 7 Orchard Park 2 7 Amherst 3 2 Sweet Home 2 7 Lancaster 0 4 Maryvale 2 0 Lake Shore 3 4 West Seneca East 0 5 Amherst 2 5 Sweet Home 3 6 JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL .l.V. Baseball FCHS OPP Lakeshore 1 4 Orchard Park 9 5 Lancaster 11 0 Maryvale 1 7 . . Hamburg 3 17 , W. Seneca East 0 5 Orchard Park 1 8 f Amherst 4 3 X 'S Sweet Home 11 5 Lancaster 7 8 X Maryvale 3 6 Lake Shore 5 16 West Seneca E. 2 3 V5 Amherst 4 11 Sweet Home 2 3 Q-1 15 The Frontier J.V. Baseball team finished with a 4-11 record. Dan Smith was the leading hitter with a .333 average and Paul Hines and Bob Scheslan led in hits with 11. The hitting improved as the season progressed. Back row: D. Simonick, B. Schrieler, P. Sigiti, D. Prusak, D. Darvill, R. Tgpm-ek, T, Ruhland, D, Szemamwlcz M Scanlon R II-,glut j Swann Ferro, D. Smith, P. Hines, D. Goodheart, M. Tighe. Front row: F. S, Smith, D, Rodgers, Back row' G Salisbury C Floweri L Parker A Romanowfski S Nutty V Mariani P Tolrarslcy,.S. .Sanclmeier: Love.ill'litidle rowi: Coyle, IjIuinmell,iP..Loffredo: Pi Ebcrhardt, D. Becker, S. Pye, B. Bradley. Front row: S. Mason, C. Meylan, B. Ventura, J. Bodenstedl, F. Christ. Back row: J. Palmer, S. Hornberger, J. Vallin. S. Polizzi, B. Moncton. Kneeling: C. Peterson, A. Hurley. Seated: B. Majcher, L. Ciolek., D. Schultz. S. Rosiek. S. Tojek. GIRLS SWIMMING Back row: P. Eberhardt, A. Hurley, R. Courier, P. Donahue, C. Peter- B. Bradley, B. Gannon, S. Bebak, R. Moore, E. Rooney, B. West. A, son, B. Knoll, P. Rourke, K. Boessman, D. Becker. Front row: S. Nutty. Phalen, C. Creed. GIRLS TENNIS Back row: A. Romanowski, J. Bodenstedt, C. Peterson. Middle row: P. Tokarsky, S. Sandmaier, J. Palmer. Front row: B. Monokton, C. Reid. Girls extramural Basketball, Tennis, Volleyball, Bad- minton, Swimming and Softball had a strong season. All teams did very well in the divisions they represented. Softball and Basketball were 2nd in their divisions while the swimming team placed 5 people in the interdivisional meet. TENNIS Varsity Tennis FCA OPP West Seneca E. 5 0 Lancaster 0 5 Maryvale 5 0 Sweet Home 0 5 Amherst 0 5 West Seneca E. 3 2 Lancaster 2 3 Maryvale 5 0 Sweet Home 0 5 Amherst 0 5 The tennis team finished in 4th place with a 4-6 record. The Falcons' most consistent players were Mike Melnyk in 2nd singles and the lst double team of Steve Varga and Dave Horn with 5 victories each. Ron Hillman was elected cap- tain of this years squad, finished with 4 victories and a couple of clutch victories. The 2nd double team of sophomore Kim Marinelli and junior Barb Prusak played very well and should be big winners next year. George Bancroft playing at 3rd singles did a fine job. Standing: ,l.Gorcica,,l. Thomas. R. Hillman, S. Varga. D. Horn. C. Ban- croft. M. Melnyk, D. Watson. K. Marinelli. Kneeling: B. Prusak, K. Pillich. O O 0 634' av 4 QM 495 Q4 4 4 QOQQQOO .Q 994' 0 WW! 0' ' f T 2155 A v s X 488 ' N5 0' 4931 NQQVX S 'Q 'iv X x 'rf if ff' - 1 , , V I y f iw. 2 ,,, Q. 5 S TRACK Back row: E. Gonser, B. Gollwitzer, D. McGavis, M. Lalka, H. Kosowski. E. Lanigan, J. Zimmerman, D. Cuoco, M. Gerham, C. Motz. P. Ganci. T. Marvich, R. Hojnacki, R. Bradley, T. Sweeney, B. Rochford, T. Taylor, L. Field, B. Hartung. J. Majchrowisz, J. Sharp, T. Anzalone, V. Doino. Front Varsity Track and Field FCHS OPP. Springville 70 66 West Seneca W. 72 64 Maryvale 74 62 Hamburg Relays Hamburg 65 71 Depew 87 49 Sweet Home 25 111 Amherst 72 64 West Seneca E. 53 83 Lancaster 52 84 Iroquois 51 85 Lackawanna 90 46 The 1973 Varsity Track team finished its season with a 6-5 overall season. Some of the highlights were: A victory over Amherst, lst time in school history, 2 school relay records by the same four boys - Motz, Bartosz, Sweeney and Marvich. Sweep- ing the shot-put 4 consecutive times against opponents. row: M. Dupree, J. McAnaney, P. Kerrigan, M. Piniewslci, R. Hunt, A. Kulikowsky, G. Quinlin, D. Burkett, M. Nicoloff. D. Dervay. B. Gollvitzer. R. Crandall, B. Miller. M. Nicottra. M. Zuher. R. Bushen. R. Monaco, M. Barnack. Ai? ,,, - - " .... iiii- fi QS.. SKI CLUB Back row: R. Hojnacki, L. Field, C. Flowers, L. Dziak, C. Con- sigli, D. Bunle. Middle row: S. Kryszak, B. LeRoy, M. Hennemann, J. Grandoni, L. Fierle. Front row: P. Givin, D. Lamperelli, M. Bridges. C. Cheney, D. Chudzik, T. Koch, M. Fierle, C. Chrzan. Lfgx 4 6 -Z fe ami' 'H-gk Cf x Back row: G. Salisbury, C. Reid, H. Kosowski, P. Tokarsky. Mid- dle row: C. Smith. R. Moore, D. Russo. M. Tiberia. Front row: L Rucker, S. Mason, A. Valerio, B. Prusak, K. Sudyn, K. Wicher. P Eberhardt. SPORTS BANQIUET Athletes of the year: Dave Balbierz Tim Eberle Eu. s,.,,qWr Lf WWW Love 4 'American J Siyle al A PARODY ON HLOVE AMERICAN STYLE" Dates: April 13, 14- 1973 Campus Brides by Norman Achton Three college brides can make campus life com- plicated, especially when one of them works in the Dean's office, and knows the answers on the Spring examinations. Mrs. MacDonald .............. Karen Lorshbough Mr. Alexander Gorden ..... ........ M att Rooney Mrs. Sally Lindstrom .... ..... C andy Ferrazoli Mrs. Tina Gorden ......... .... C onnie Cronin Mr. Alexander Van Helder . . . .... Charles Wilson . . . . .Lynn Fortini Mrs. Any Wolkowski ...... Mike ................... ..... M ark Walters Joe ..... .......... J im Whalen Zeke . . . ..... Mike Klemshevich The Wedding Present by William Carson Bob and Carrieg newly married, are expecting a visit from Jim Dixon, and they do not know which gift came from him. 5 mum Bob ... ... Randy Henning Carrie ...... . . . Jamie Sedgwick Jim Dixon . .. ...... Larry Gugino Skit by . . . . . .Karen Lorshbough 'i .AMW fi Only a few dave before the wedding, Mike decides he would rather be a Mike and Susan by Rene Taylor and Joseph Bologna Mike . . . ...... Mark Walters Susan ........... Susan Kryszak Skit by! ...... Karen Lorshbough ,M-Q... ' s F.. we Norma Hnbley .. .. Connie Cronin Roy Hubley .... . .. Jerry Clark Borden Feisler . . .... Matt Rooney Mimsay Hubley . . .. Brenda Shettler W W Plaza Suite by Neil Simons This play centers around a bride who does not want to get married only minutes before the lavish ceremony her parents have plann- ed at the Plaza Hotel. l E qliim 1' fm 1-if 4 232? ,, d d ddd, d ' . M, , H , . , Queen King Lynn Eberhardt Gerald Yacobucci Senior Attendants Laurie Soda David Horn Paula Triolo Nicholas Gervase Junior Attendants Elizabeth McCarthy Robert Hope Marian Hesslink George Schimert 1 L! CIQJLJQ fy ...,. gsm mmm. N. S E E Q HONOR STUDENTS 4 X V V CLJ- 162 I to r: William Kuzon, Gerald Yacobucci, Mark Kania, George Bancroft, Beverly Thomas, Sandra Greninger Gregory Allen, William Rochford, Thomas Tibera, William Hartung. S3 2 5 QM i 'P 1 '51 l Z 4 . er 1 s x HF 1 'W T "NW ' 51 awe ? !fwT ,,w g f5Q3if,, """"""""+um.a.m, . .. SALUTATORIAN HPerenially, graduation time has been a time of confusion evaluation, expectation, and inquiryg a time when however un fair it may seem to us, graduating seniors across America must choose, at least tenatively, the direction which their lives are to take. This is a decision to make because, for many of us lt is the only chance we will have to do with ourselves as we please and in order to make this decision we must ask and answer many questions as to what we really are. These major questions enter my mind: Into what kind of a world are we going? Has Frontier sufficiently prepared us to enter this world and what does the future hold for us?" . . . WILLIAM KUZON "The world that we face today is a complex and confusing one, a world filled with problems such as poverty, irrational prejudices, and in- cessant violence which seem insurmountable. Three closely-related qualities which are essential if we are to survive the challenges of this world and help to change it for the better are individuality, open- mindedness, and the ability to disagree rationally. If these qualities are to be learned and practiced in our society, much of the learning must be accomplished in our schools, since this is where we spend most of our youth." . . . 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