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Show Hide text for 1972 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 208 of the 1972 volume: “ 1972 FUTURA Opening 2 Academics 18 Sports 56 School Life 80 Organizations 98 Seniors 114 Juniors 144 Sophomores 152 Freshmen 160 Advertising 168 Index 190 Closing 198 Acknowledgements 200 Remember the Beautiful Things . . . All the Confusion and Planning Confusion and planning are only two of the essential parts of daily school life. We are constantly surrounded by confusion with our daily school routine. Confusion and planning often go hand in hand. They seem to counteract each other. Confusion is to mix up; to bring about a disorder or to jumble. It is to bewilder. It perplexes the mind or ideas of the mind. Planning is scheming for the making, doing, or arranging of something— a project or a schedule. It is an outline of future ideas or actions. Confusion is illustrated when we see a young student enter the library for the first time. He is bewildered by the vast amount of knowledge and books at his disposal. The peak of confusion is witnessed when students are seen leaving and entering the cafeteria between lunch modules. Confusion and planning are basic parts of each student’s daily schedule. 3 Happy Faces And Good Times 1 Remember the Thrills and The strains of competition are shown in several ways— moods, expressions, and actions. It is not only limited to the thrilling competition of athletics. Competition is the act of striving against another, it is achieving superiority; it is seeking a rivalry. The emotional pressures of competition are clearly expressed by our actions and facial expressions. Gavit students express a feeling of competitive spirit during a nail-biting football joust. There is anxiety and a desire to reach the top. The competitive spirit in academics is much more subtle than in athletic contests. Here emotions and tensions are not as freely released as at a sports event. Not all of us reach the height of our capabilities as is sometimes shown when report cards are issued. An achievement test, a football game, an outstanding report card; all involve the strain of competition. Tim Flener strains to bridge that last hurdle. Joe Labus grunts with effort as he kicks a goal. Strain of Sports Disappointments of Competition Gavit, and Things Worth Remembering DONALD E. GAVIT SCHOOL I I i I REMEMBER THE BEAUTIFU 1 H 1 • s » Relaxing Moments In a Busy Day Relaxing moments are times when Gavit students get away from it all. They rest in the lounge or in the new Gavit park. They talk with their friends during module breaks. They relax in study halls. They go outside for lunch. The Atrium is a good place for students to relax after school and after a hard day’s work. Students can rest on a sofa, or a comfortable chair. They can watch TV, listen to the radio or stereo, or " rap” with their friends. The new Gavit park is a scenic place to relax. With the addi- tion of trees, grass, and the unique " G” bench, school life is a little more relaxing. Students take time to catch up on the day ' s gossip. Soph’s relax and rap in the lounge during 16-17. 1 I Ji 4 Sometimes a student can catch a cat nap before the 1st module class. A couple takes a breather at the prom. There are times when a person has to get away from it all. v 11 There is a Feeling of Togetherness Two heads are better than one. Homework is easier with someone close. Couples enjoy the last dance. 12 A smile to give. An adventure to tell. All can be proudly shared with a friend ... or two. Concentrated Study Brings Rewards Learning and doing is the very essence of school living. It is participation in all aspects of Gavit. Gavit has a great deal of ac- tivities and programs for its students. Boys go out for sports and drill themselves in planned plays so that they will achieve the excellence required to participate in the game. The high school choral department must learn and practice its numbers in order to do an excellent performance. Members of the drama department must learn their parts in order to put on good dramatic productions. Every teacher requires his students to learn the necessary les- sons by completing homework and preparing for tests. The high school newspaper reporter must learn how to meet deadlines in order to put out a quality paper. Every aspect of Gavit High School is geared toward students learning and doing their part for themselves and for the better- ment of their school. Enthusiastic Gaviteere cheer their team onto another football victory. And How Could You Forget These? ACADEMICS 19 MR. ROBERT WELTE— Business Education; B.S. — Manches- ter College, B. A. —Ball State University; Business Department Chairman, Sponsor of Business Club. MISS VELLA GRECO— Shorthand, Transcription, Business English; B.S.— Indiana University; Co- Sponsor of Business Club, Sponsor of Future Secretaries of America, Class of " 76” Sponsor. MRS. VERRIA SHAW— Business Education; B. A. —Wiley College. 20 Business W orld Studied in Depth For students who are not planning on a college education, business courses are offered. As usual, typing and shorthand were in great demand as they taught basic business skills. To supplement this basic knowledge, students had a choice of sev- eral additional courses such as book- keeping, transcription, sales, general busi- ness, and business law. Bookkeeping students figured credit, debt, financial liability, and income, and then balanced them to the respective budgets. Shorthand i ncluded dictation tests which had to be successfully com- pleted to pass the course. Transcription combines shorthand and typing skills, while business law and sales provide stu- dents with knowledge of commercial procedures which will benefit them in their future relations in the business world. " Clickety, Clack .... Clickety, Clack . . .” Sheryl Sowulla says that " Practice makes Perfect.” He mi Hoge punctuates " Hey, Baby!” English Builds Self-Confidence MRS. DIANA PANOZZO— English, Speech, Drama; B. S.-Indiana University; Speech Sponsor By placing oneself in practical, regular, or college preparatory English courses, each student at Gavit is allowed to work at his own pace to achieve success and the goal to which he has been working. Being the largest department at Gavit, the teachers make an effort to relate to their students the necessity of having a well-rounded background in English. The many electives to choose from try to provide this by offering many courses of study that interest the youth of today. One may make use of the drama courses and facilities available or enroll in courses in efforts to obtain self-con- fidence. The journalism, newspaper, and yearbook classes give the student a chance to put his individual talents to work. 23 MRS. JACQUELINE BOYLE— English, Reading; B.A. Valparaiso University; Debate Sponsor MRS. JEANNE MOLL-English; A.B.-Indiana Univer- sity; Class of " 73” Sponsor, Sr. National Honor Society Sponsor. MR. CARY ECKARD— English, Journalism; B.S., M.S. -Indiana University; Speech Club MR. ARAM DARONATSY— English; B.S. -Indiana University; Jr. High Pep Club Sponsor. MR. ROLAND UNKURI— English, Drama; B.S., M.S. -Indiana University; International Thes- pian Society Sponsor. MR. ROBERT MULLINS — English, Journalism; B.A.-Indiana State University; Yearbook Advisor, Quill and Scroll Sponsor. MRS. SHIRLEY FRANEY— English; B.A.- State University of Iowa, M.S. -Indiana University. MISS MARGARET FITZGERALD— English, Chi- nese, Latin; B.A., M. A. -Indiana University. Students gain self-confidence through oral presentation. 26 MRS. SULA SAMPSON— English, Reading; B.S.-Arkansas University; M.S. -Indiana University; Junior High Honor Society Sponsor. 27 Students Enjoy the Arts The Fine Arts Department at G.H.S. has been quite active in working together this year. The art classes, in addition to special art projects, helped with scenery for the concerts. The band and choir per- formed a joint Christmas concert this year. They each performed separate fall and spring concerts, also. The drama department gave four dif- ferent performances: " Harvey,” " Sce- nario by Julian,” the Three Act plays ( " To Burn a Witch,” ' Two Bottles of Relish,” and " Happily Ever After”), and " The Miracle Worker.” The highlight of this year in the fine arts department was a special program called a " fine arts festi- val” in which the groups displayed their talents and work. WN MRS. BEIJLAH SECKINGER-Art Education; M.A.E.— Art Institute of Chicago; Art Club Sponsor. MR. STANLEY ZALEY— Band and Orchestra Director; B.M.— Butler University, M.M.— Vandercook College of Music. MR. REGINALD GILBERTSON -Art; M.E.D.-Univer- sity of Minnesota. " Toot your own horn!” 28 Dankenbring doodles . MISS BARBARA MILLER— Middle School General Music; B.S., M.S. — Indiana University; Sponsor of Middle School Boys Chorus. MR. THOMAS CLARK— Choral Music; B.A.-St. Pro- copius College, M.S.ED.— Indiana University, B.Mus., M.Mus.— The American Conservatory of Music. MISS KATHY SAX-Middle School Music; B.A.-Boston University; High School Modern Dance Club Sponsor. MRS. ELENOR RAINEY— French, Developmental Reading; A.B.-Indiana University, Degre Superieur, Civilization, Francaise-Sorbonne, Paris, France; French Club Sponsor. MRS. LAURA RETHERFORD— German; B. A. -Indiana University; German Club Sponsor. 30 Students Explore Foreign Cultures. MISS LESLIE DALLAS — Spanish; A. B. -Indiana University; High School Spanish Cluh Sponsor. Language can be studied in depth at Gavit. In the first and second years of language students learn reading and basic grammar. The third and forth years stu- dents increase their vocabulary and read more extensively. Students who take more years of a language can participate in the Indiana University Honors Pro- gram. In this program, if they pass a series of tests, they will be able to study abroad in the summer. The culture and customs of the languages can be studied through maps and films. Spanish 7 students studied " Corazon de Espana” and viewed the film series of " Juan y Maria.” French 3S class presented the play " C’est La Vie” along with the French 5 class. It depicted the life of American students in a French boarding school. French students viewed the film series of ”Je Paile Francais”. German students used the book entitled " Die Verschwundene Miniatur.” The German 7 students used the books " Klei- der Machen Leute” and " Der Richter Und Sein Henker.” The language laboratory also enabled the students to improve their speaking by having the students listen to tape recordings. " I can ' t understand a word of this.” " Hey, that ' s not where Guatemala is!” 31 Gavit Introduces Life Science Lab assistants take time out to confer with Mrs. Reinke. The science department had a new course this year. It was called Life Sci- ence. This is a more generalized science course and it covers many aspects of biol- ogy and science in total. It is mainly for those students that do not plan to go to college but want to take some science courses. They do not have to compete with the college-bound students for grades, but rather with other students that do not plan to go to college either. The 3C-Cell Biology class studied the many different types of cells, their func- tions, and what good or harm they do. The 3A-Anatomy class studied the differ- ent parts and functions of the human body and many other animals. Then they disected the animals so that they could locate and further understand the parts of the animals body. MR. MICHAEL KOBE— Biology; B.S.-Purdue University, M.S.-Ball State University; Chairman of Science Department; Sponsor of Conservation Club. 33 MR. JAMES JOHNSON— Chemistry; M.A.T.-Indiana University; Science Club Sponsor. MR. ROBERT WILSON— Jr. High Life Science, High School Health and Safety; B.S., M.S. -Indiana State University; Jr. High Football and Freshman Basketball Coach. MRS. FRANCES REIN KE— Science, Biology, Comparative Anatomy and Physiology; B.S.-Indiana University, M.A.-University of Mich- igan; Chess Club Sponsor. 34 MR. EUGENE RODRIQUEZ— General Science; B.S., M.S.-Southern Illinois University, Sponsor of C.U.C. Club, Freshman Football Coach. MR. PAUL BRUSH-Health and Safety; M.S.-In- diana University; Assistant Football Coach, Base- ball Coach. MRS. VIRGINIA LELAND— Science; B.A.-Biology-Indiana University; Sponsor of Future Teachers of America. 35 MISS MARGARET LOZANO— Home Economics; B.S.-Ball State University; Pep Club Sponsor, Modern Dance Club Sponsor. " Ooh-oh, you put too many eggs in it! " This year, Gavit’s home economics de- partment worked with much endeavor on mastering homemaking techniques. Boy’s food classes began with the prepa- ration of breakfast foods, then gradually progressed to more difficultly prepared meals. They also learned other home- making necessities such as table setting, manners, planning meals, shopping, and basic principles of cooking and nutrition. Girl’s food did much of the same meals. By applying the cooking fundamentals of their past experiences, the girls prepared baked goods besides their complex dishes. Seamstresses in the Clothing 1 and 2 classes learned the basic fundamentals of sewing. Clothing 3 and 4 applied their skills for more advanced projects as coats, suits, and dresses. MRS. GERALDINE HOOKSMA— Home Economics; B.S. of H.E. -Purdue University. 36 MRS. LORETTA SCHNEIDER— Home Economics; B.S.-Southern Illinois University, M.S. -Indiana University; Sponsor of Sewing Club. 37 1 Printing procedures promote new progress. MR. ERWIN BRAIJ ER— Industrial Arts; B.S. Illinois State University, M.S.— Bradley University; Sponsor of Wood Club. MR. THOMAS GREGOR— Industrial Arts; B.S.. M.S.— Purdue University. Students Try Their Hand at Shops MR. RICHARD CLAUSEN— Industrial Arts; B.S., M.S.— Indiana State University: Class of " 74 " ’ Sponsor. Graphic Arts Club Sponsor. The Industrial Arts Department at Ga- vit has offered many types of courses for the students to develop their skills. Metal shop described the material and oper- ations involved in metalworking occupa- tions. In mechanical drawing, students drew blueprints and three dimensional figures. Woodshop students learned the art of woodworking by constructing cer- tain projects, and the power mechanics class studied the application of power and basic functions of electrical energy. Also offered were graphic arts classes and printing. After one basic assignment, those en- rolled in the shop classes were allowed to make something of their own choice. Among the favorite projects were ash- trays, bowls, steins, and wooden shelves. The department gives students a chance to use new kinds of machinery and hand tools in industry. MR. JOHN MOLN AR— Industrial Arts. Math: B.S.— Purdue Ihiiversity. M.S.— Indiana State University: Jr. High Student Council Sponsor. 39 MR. JAMES GIBSON— Math; M.S.Ed.,-Southern Illinois University; Hunting and Fishing Club Sponsor MR. MARSHALL DEL GRECO-Mathematics; B.S. — Indiana University of Pennsylvania, M.A.T.— Purdue University. MRS. RUTH JONES-Mathematics; B.S.-Wiley College; Co-Sponsor of Junior National Honor Society. Mathematics Is the The Math courses at Gavit are sepa- rated into three parts; general, college- prep, and U.I.C.S.M. General math gives the students who do not plan to go to college a basic un- derstanding of mathematical principles. The traditional college prep courses of algebra, geometry, algebra-trig., and anal- ysis make up a two to four year program. These courses prepare students for the ever-increasing competition of colleges with an understanding of the areas at the high school level. And so for another year freshmen struggle with new algebra formulas, sophomores ponder geometric proofs, juniors use algebra to solve quadratic equations and linear functions in algebra-trig, and seniors prepare for college calculus in Math analysis. U.I.C.S.M. students use experimental self-discovery methods to learn and un- derstand more complicated concepts. Over 1000 students were enrolled in math courses this year making the math department, led by dynamic Mr. Del Greco, one of the largest at Gavit. The greatest enrollment was in the traditional college prep program. MRS. LENORA ROBERTS— Mathematics; B.S.— Butler University; Sponsor of Creative Stitchery Club. 40 " Queen of All Sciences” at Gavit MRS. PHYLLIS PRATER — Mathematics; A.B. — University of Ken tucky, M. A. —Purdue University. 41 1 " With a boom-boom-a-boom-boom-boom.” MR. KENNETH WYSOCKI-Math; B.S., M.A.T. -Purdue University. MR. LEE MANN— UICSM; B.S., M.A.T.-Purdue University. MR. DELBERT STEVENS— Modern Math; R. A. -Valparaiso University; B.S.-M.A.-Purdue University. MR. PHILIP THOMPSON-Jr. High Math; B.A.-St. Joseph ' s College. MR. RICHARD WILLIS — Math; B.S.-St. Joseph ' s College, M.S.-Purdue University; Class of " 75 " Sponsor. MR. ALBERT TILENDIS— Jr. High Math; B.Ed.- Southem Illinois University, M.A.-IUinois University. 43 MR. WAYNE WAGNER— Middle School Physical Education; B.S., M. A. —Ball State University; Var- sity Shop Supervisor. MISS MARGARET KELLY- Physical Education; B.S., M.S.— Purdue University; Sponsor of GAA. MR. EARL THOMPSON — Physical Education; M.S.— University of Illinois; Head of Athletics Department. MRS. SANDY ESTEP— Physical Education; B.S.— Indiana Uni- versity; Sponsor of Cheerleaders. 44 Gavit Students Stay Fit With P .E. " One, Two, Three . . In order to do their best in classes or at work, students must be physically fit. One year of physical education fitness im- provement is required of all Gavit stu- dents through physical education classes. The girls classes include such sports as basketball, bowling, field hockey, track and field, gymnastics, tennis, and vol- leyball. The boys classes are also taught basketball, and track and field, in addi- tion to football, wrestling, handball, and fishing. Through these classes the students learn not only the proper rules of the various games played, but also good sportsmanship, which is important in all aspects of life. This year, Gavit made an addition of a swimming-wrestling area to the school. Swimming classes will not begin until next year. However, the wrestling area re- ceived a good work-out from the boys practice. MISS CARYLE FEDDELER Middle School Social Studies, Physical Education; B.S., M.S.— North em Illinois University; Sponsor of Middle School Cheerleaders. MR. GEORGE SMITH-Health, Physical Education and Recreation, General Science; M.A.-Ball State University; Head Wrestling Coach. 45 MISS KAREN BUTTON— Social Studies, World History, Psychology; M. A. -Indiana University; Class of " 74” Sponsor. MR. EVERETT BALLOU— World History; U.S. History, History of the South; M.S. Indiana State University; Assistant Wrestling Coach, Assistant Track Coach. MRS. MARY CONCIALDI— U.S. History; B.S.-Southeast Missouri College, M. A. -Indiana University. MISS DIANA CLINTON— Sociology, Government; A. B. -Hough- ton College, M. Ed. -University of Buffalo; Student Court, Social Studies Department Chairman. 46 Social Studies Arouses Interest Today’s World was opened to Gavit students through the courses of govern- ment, economics, psychology, sociology, world geography, and contemporary his- tory. Students knowledge of past history was widened through world history. United States history, and Afro-Ameri- can history. Knowledge of the past is an essential element to understanding the present and contemplating the future. Social studies, and its electives, im- plants an interest in individuals to in- vestigate the unknown, the uninhabited lands, and uncivilized cultures. Each stu- dent realizes that there is so much to ex- plore when he looks past his own front door— into the wild and wonderful world. MR. LAWRENCE BEWLEY— U.S. History, Government, Economics; M.A.T.-Indiana University; Class of " 72” Sponsor. MR. JOSEPH GOODNIGHT — Economics, U.S. History; B.S., M.S. -Indiana University. MR. THOMAS CHINTIS-U.S. History, Driver’s Education; B.S.-University of San Francisco; Let- termen Sponsor. 47 ■ MR. KENNETH PETYO-World History, Social Studies; B.S.-University of Tennessee; Cin- ema Club Sponsor, Head of Monitors, Student Court Sponsor. 48 MR. JOHN SWANSON— Economics, U.S. History, Contemporary History, Far Eastern History; B.S.— Colorado State University, M. A. —Stanford University. MR. GERALD ROUSE— Social Studies. World History; M.S.— Indiana University. MR. TOM SHIMALA— Social Studies, World History; B.S.— Indiana State University; Students study the stock exchange during Econ. class. Future Teachers Association Sponsor; Golf and Tennis Coach. MR. NED CRARY— Instructional Tech- nology. English: M.S.— Indiana University; Sponsor of A. V. Club Woodmar Lions Donate New MRS. CARMEL OPRE-Special Education. B.S. Ohio State University. 50 MR. TERRY WEST-Special Education. B. S. Indiana University; M. S. Indiana Uni- versity; Sponsor of Pep Club. Carpeted Special Ed Room The special education department has blind, partially sighted and EMR stu- dents. This year the special education students received a specially equipped room donated by the Woodinar Lions Club. Their new carpeted room, which is located across the hall from the library, has such facilities as brailers, large print books, and a complete set of brail World Book encyclopedias and dictionaries. Students are allowed to use this new room during homeroom and study halls. Special education students had many study re- sources to use in their new room. 51 LIBRARIANS — (from left) — Mrs. Mary Smith. D.A.— Derea College. Library Sci- ence; Mrs. Rita Cornell. B.S.— Indiana State University. M.S.— Purdue University. CLERICAL STAFF— (from left)— Mrs. Frazier. Mrs. Middleton. Mrs. Hunt. Miss Fredricks. Mrs. Meissler, Mrs. Bowers. MR. GENE SW AIM — Assistant Principal; B.S.— Ball State University. M.S.— In- diana University. MISS BETTY LUNDAHL— Dean of Girls and Director of Stu- dent Activities: A.B.— Augustana College. M. Ed. —Loyola l niver- sity. Post Graduate— Purdue. ■ GUIDANCE COUNSELORS: (from left): Mr. John Guiden. Miss JoAnne Armintrout, Mr. Larry Kocal, Mrs. Velva Wood. Mr. Donald McLean. Mr. Homer Merideth. Head of Guidance Department. 54 HAMMOND SCHOOL BOARD: (from left): Row 1: Mr. Alfred Kuhn. Dr. Henry Eggers. Mr. Ralph Potesta: Row 2: Dr. Albert Kaye. Mr. Max Mason. Dr. Robert Medcalf. Dr. Robert Medcalf. Superintendent of Schools. 55 SPORTS 57 FOOTBALL ■ Gladiators Varsity Football team, competing in the Indiana Lakeshore Conference, placed in the conference by receiving a third. Their record was 3 wins and 6 losses. One squad was vic- torious over Whiting, Chicago Bowen, and Clark in conference games, and over East Chicago Roosevelt in a non-conference game. The overall record was 4 wins and 6 losses. Outstanding players included senior Alan Stephens (halfback), senior captain Joe Labus (linebacker), junior Bob Littlejohn (linebacker), senior Bill Kozlowski (offensive end), and junior Merrill Clark (excellent punt return man). This was the second year as head football coach for John Quinn. The mighty Quinn helped put enthusiasm and spirit into the team as well as the fans. Mr. Football Joe Labus, and Bob Littlejohn made the All Con- ference Team as linebackers. Honorable mentions were given to halfback Alan Stephens, defensive end Dave Prugh, and offen- sive end Bill Kozlowski. Number 73, Chuck Wilkins, gets the lowdown from Coach Brush. Mr. Football, Joe Labus, takes a breather. Row 1; Rory Simms; Dave Pennington; Russ Huneryager; Jethro Summers; Joe Labus; Bill Kozlowski; Andy Pawlowski; Bob Pettit; Paul Bergstrom; Mike Smith; Dave Prugh; Head Coaeh Quinn. Row 2: Steve Hanas; George Michels; Tom Ferguson; Merrill Clark; Chuck Wilkins; Tom Yokovich; Glen John- son; Dave Horvath; Jeff Johnson; Jeff Taroli; Tim Shultman; Coach Kujawa. Row 3: Manager Paul Concialdi; Jerry Hellinga; Jeff Bond; Dan Moser; Dave Galovic; Tom Skiba; Dave Hanas; Guy Kikalos; Dave Blastik; Mitch Chenault; Jeff Wendell; Coach Brush. Row 4: Manager Ed Smaron; Manager Dave Redenour; Tim Fleenor; Don Orlando; Pete Budreau; Mark Sanders; Bob Grazck; Alan Stephens; Larry Slusher; Grover Hosmer, Tom Templeton; Sey- mour Smith. Frankly Pete, you have had breath!” Glads Choose Labus Mr. Football ROW 1. From Left: Dennis Maze, Bob Cofer, Mike Hanas, Jack Talusko, Art Labus, Roger Jackson, Mike Callahan, Kent Werth, Del Craaybek, ROW 2. Maurice Klefeker, Willis Fulkerson, Chris Zakney, Jerry Kevolski, Randy Rapcheck, Carlos Tites, Randy Bond, Ruben Shehigian, Bob Gray, ROW 3. Coach Bodie, Carl Bergstrom, Greg Taylor, Dan Bisbie, Frank Giger, Mike Gary, Mark Palowski, Coach Rodrequez. 60 A takedown after a large GHS yardage .... Merrill Clark Opponnent Score Gavit Date Highland 28 21 9- 3 Tech 21 7 9-10 Bowen 14 47 9-17 E. C. Roosevelt 20 21 9-24 Whiting 7 43 10- 1 Clark 14 47 10- 8 E. C. Washington 37 20 10-15 Morton 30 8 10-22 Hammond High 13 0 10-29 Munster 35 14 11- 5 61 ■ Kmiec and Howe Champs Senior Mike Lozano, is feeling alright? Sectional Coach Smith, " A coach with a winning team”. (From Left) Row 1: Don Cross, 2(No. of Pins); Mike Lozano, 6; Mark Van Buskerk, 2; Ed Manus, 6; Rickey Graves, 3; Mike Howe, 2; Row 2: Coach Smith; Andy Kmiec, 7; Glen Johnson, 2; Larry Schlesser, 5; Joe Labus, 8; George Micheals, 2; Dan Bisbee, 1. 62 Andy Kmiec goes for another pin! Above. Diana Cross shows her enthusiam for a certain someone, Joe Labus, as he tries for another pin. (opposite picture.) Opponents GHS Lake Central 18 42 Morton 18 27 Clark 14 35 Whiting 14 33 Griffith 23 26 ECU 23 23 Merrillville 18 28 HHS 24 24 ECW 24 27 Tech 25 33 Chesterton 14 35 Andy Kmiec and Mike Howe sectionals champs. 63 B-Team Takes Conference Title (From Left) Row 1: B-Team. Dave Rosales, l(No. of pins); Marty Freels, 9; Leon Enslow, 1; John Gamez, 3; Brian Lawerence, 9; Bill Cosgrove, 7; Mike Callahan, 2; Row 2: Coach Ballou; Rich Dankenbrand, 1; Rich Castleberry, 2; Steve Batchelor, 2; Bob Kitchens, 2; Dave Hanas. 4; Ron Ortega, 2; Row 3: Jeff Troll i; Bill Neubauer, 1; Jim Nagel; Doug Casper, 1; Kent Hill. 64 FROSH TEAM. (From Left) Row 1: Tim Degnan, Art Labus, Gary Davis, Randy Bond. Carlos Tite. Row 2: Ron Henery. Mgr.. Mike Callahn. Frank Fifer. Tom Tuskan, Don Bisbee, Greg Taylor, Row 3: Rusty Enslow, Ed Fawlus, Nick Kapustan. Jim Saltanovitz. Above, Marty Freels. " There ' s a lot of strain in accomplishing your goal, and when you do it, it ' s great.” Below, Coach Ballou. " Congratulations to a job well done!” Opponents GHS Lake Central 24 36 Morton 8 47 Clark 6 50 Whiting 12 45 Griffith 18 45 ECR 6 54 Merrillville 25 39 HHS 17 32 ECW 14 35 Tech 24 37 Chesterton 8 54 Hobert 22 27 First in Conference . Freshmen Tourney . • . . . B-Team .... Undeafeated. Freshmen . . . Undeafeated. , . 1st in 65 - Dave Horvath shoots for two . . . We Tried but We Opponents GHS TF North 73 64 Griffith 70 65 Highland 90 74 ECW 87 74 Hobart 100 60 HHS 71 65 Munster 77 87 TF South 62 77 Clark 95 66 Morton 63 64 Crown Point 79 53 Gary LewWallace 74 53 Tech 48 53 Calumet 67 57 ECR 57 49 Whiting 70 73 Bishop Noll 71 63 Portage 76 68 66 VARSITY BASKETBALL (from left to rioht): Row 1: Paul Concialdi: Row 2: Jerry Parsley; Tom Michna: Bob Graczyk; Mark Sanders; Pete Budreau; Row 3: Alan Stephens; Jack Federoff; Larry Vaznonis; Bill Kozlowski; Dale Johnson; Dave Horvath. Couldn’t Do It! 67 ■ B-TEAM (from left) Row 1: Steve Ash be. Brad Black. Ron Kotso. Ed Salczynski. Merrill Clark, Row 2: Tom Riley. Dan Freeman, Dave Owens. Dave Galovic. Chris Ford. Art Achoke. FROSH (from left) Row 1: Phil liana . Jim Rastowskv. Carl Bergstrom. Bill Mangerson. Jack Tatusko. Ruhen Slieliigian. Dennis Scott. Row 2: Coach Wilson. Mike Geary. Bruce Welieky. Jim Micheals. Dave Giotte. Rich Corem. Tim Bajuz. 69 WEBB HAYNE SWINGS HIS WAY TENNIS CHAMP Ben Rubin smashes a return. TENNIS TEAM From Left: Joe Kucharski. John Kish, Edgar Reiter, Ben Ru- bin, Webb Hayne (captain), Mark Bechtel, Tom Riley, Mr. Tom Shimala (coach) 70 — TO STATE Moving on to another victory. Hals on to another victory. Gavit’s tennis team is proud to have Webb Hayne, State Ten- nis Champion in the state of Indiana, on their team. The latter part of September he won sectionals and in the following week he took Regionals in Gary. On October 16, in Indianapolis, Webb beat the 1970 single’s champ, Charlie Ellis, in his first match. Then with the final match he took the state championship. Under the leadership of a new coach, Mr. Tom Shimala, the tennis team end ed another victorious season by beating Ham- mond Clark, Hammond Tech, and East Chicago Roosevelt. Gavit has established the reputation of one of the best teams around. Tennis is one of our best areas of competition. The letter winners of the year were: Webb Hayne, Mark Bechtel, Ben Rubin, John Kish, Ed Reiter, and Tom Riley. 71 Cindermen Rate 3rd in Sectionals. " On your mark . . . get set . . . 72 TRACK TEAM: Row 1-Mike Lozano, Don Thomas, Ray Hawkins, Jerry Parsley, John Krakowiak, Dan Ford. Row 2-Jim Nagel, Rrad Black, Marty Freels, Jerry Dankenbring, Mark Fleetfoot, Steve Hastings, Mr. Earl Fruchling (coach). The Gladiator fleet-footed cindermen, coached by Mr. Earl Fruling, had a fine record this season. In the Spring of 1971 we had one state competitor. Herm Hoge placed 8th in the state for the long jump. In sectionals, A1 Stephens was champ for the 100 yard dash and 1st in the 220, Herm Hoge was 1st in the long jump, and Dave Prugh was 2nd in shot put. The team as a whole came in 3rd place in the sectionals, loosing only to Highlands and Hammond High. Gavit also placed 3rd in the Hammond Relays. Conference champs were Tim Fleener on the 120 yard high hurdles, Jerry Parsley for the mill run, and Dave Prugh for the shot put. A new record was set in 1971 for the 2 mile run by Jerry Parsley. He broke the previous record by running the 2 mile in 9:46. Outstanding trackmen who are back again this season are: Tim Fleener on the 120 yard high hurdles, Jerry Parsley, John Kra- kowiak, Mike Lozano, Dave Bell, Jim Nagel, and Don Thomas as mile and 2 mile runners; spreaders are A1 Stephens, and Pete Boldin; Garry Weldringer, Larry King, Pete Budreau, Steve Hastings, Dan Ford, and Ray Hawkins are running the quarter mile; the 880 yard relay is going to be run by Dan Ford and Ray Hawkins; Paul Bergstrom and Jeff Bond will do the pole vault; Ray Hawkins-high jump; long jump is by Herm Hoge and Larry Hebda; shot put- Dave Prugh; Mark Sanders and Tim Fleenor on the 180 yard low hurdles. Despite weather conditions, the harriers practice twice a day, before and after school, to promote the ability of the team. Go get ’em, Fleener! 73 ■ Merrill Clark races for home. ' Fireball’ Federoff flings another fast one. " Come on you guys! Aren’t I a good enough target for you? " BASEBALL Gavit’s diamond-men, coatched by Norm Banas and Paul Brush, looked forward to an exciting season in 1972. Last season the team had an excellent record of ten wins, twelve losses, and one tie. The boys were ready to do better this year and planned on being first-rate contenders for the conference championship. During the previous season, with the batting power of 1971 graduate Dean Steinkraus and the pitching power of Jack " Fire- ball” Federoff, Kandy " Chops” Lammertin, Jeff Schwartzfager, and Joe " Blazin’ ” Baliga, the Gavit Glads had a very fine show- ing. The GHS baseball team were sectional runner-ups and placed 6th in the conference. Their strong points were pitching and hitting. Returning this year to lead the Glads to more victories was senior Randy Lammetin. Returning Lettermen are Larry Vaz- nonis, Dave Horvath, Bob Grazck, Merrill Clark, Randy Scott, Tom Michna, Tom Skiba, and Bob Littlejohn. Tom Skiba keeps his eye on the ball. " This uniform is gonna hafta go in the BIZ BAG.!” 75 ■ Golf Team (from left) Row 1: Doug Kunnemann, Dan Porkowski, Dave Kutscher, Ronnie Kotso, Larry Connell, Jeff Wendell: Row 2: Steve Connell, Rory Mack, Chuck Wilkens, Dinnis Whitfield, Bill Neubauer, Alax Milo. The golf team, coached last season by Mr. Joe Goodnight, was led last season by 1971 graduates Kim Karlen, Terry Hlavaty, Terry Irk, and A1 Kotso, and this year’s seniors Larry Connell and Dan Piorkowski. They had a promising year with many victories. This year the golf team is led by a new coach, Mr. Tom Shi- mala. Although most of the team was lost at graduation time, the remaining golfers proved to be excellent. The rest of the team was young and fairly inexperience d, but should be stronger next year, due to experience gained this year. At least they know the difference between winning and losing and know how to take a loss. OVERALL RECORD: TITLES WON 16 LOST 5 Regional Qualifer Conference Champions City Champions Here comes Jethro! I told you to leave my ball alone! SOCCER If I’ve told you once I’ve told you a thousand times. It’s my ball! 77 Margaret Dechon tries for another field goal as Donna Cooley comes to lend a stick. GAA VOLLEYBALL (from left) Row 1: D. Hines, D. Cooley, K. Stahl, S. Meier. Row 2: Coach Kelly, M. Dechon, P. Hoffman, P. Burdyl, D. Denning. N. Elliot. 78 GAA basketball (from left) Row 1: M. Lain, J. Geurts, P. Hoffman, J. Bechtel, C. Smith. Row 2: P. Meier, D. Cooley, G. Hoffman. P. Burdyl A Micheals L. Dalton, G. Johnson, Coach Kelly. GAA Gavit girls, under the coaching of Miss Kelly, did extremely well in all sports again this year. The volleyball team finished fifth in the state and both varsity and B-team basketball teams finished the season undefeated. The GAA is one of the largest clubs at Gavit. President is Donna Cooley, vice president, Katherine Stahl, treasurer, Pat Burdyl, and secretary, Sharon Meier. Sports that the GAA participated in included field hockey, basketball, badmitton, table tennis, track, bowling, volleyball, gymnastics, and softball. " Powder-Puff” football and swimming were added this year and both are already among the most popu- lar sports. One of the highlights of the year was the " Powder- Puff” football game in October. Sophomores won over freshmen, and the seniors beat the juniors. Many of the members do not participate in organized team sports but come out only to have fun and to keep in shape. Jump high, Burdyl, jump high! 79 SCHOOL LIFE 1972 ' Today is the first day of the rest of your life ...” Yesterday is over; you cannot undo what is already done. The experiences have left memories— both pleasant and painful. But you have gained by those experiences and they have molded your life. You can make of your life whatever you want. Today you can make someone happy, you can make someone sad. The world lies before you, grasp of it those things that would fulfill your dreams and meet your expectations. Opportunities will not come to you, you must reach out and seize what you desire and need. Tomorrow lies ahead, though it is promised to no one. The unknown is out there, and with it your future, but you must wait and be patient. Live your life full, and with enthusiasm, but when you move on leave a part of you behind — a laugh, a smile, a memory of good times. Something for others to remember you by. Some- thing worthwhile. Something wonderful. Because someday you will want to share your life, your dreams, and your hopes with another and your lives will be as one. So decide what you want out of life and then grasp it with all the energy you have. For you have only one life, and only one chance to succeed in this wide world of trials and tribulations. Open each door, for therein awaits a new adventure, and new friends, and new hope. Travel life’s road and follow its path. If you lose yourself, turn around and find a sympathetic friend to show you the way. Don’t live in dreams, but in the realization that anything you want can be yours if you strive for it. Don’t live in memories, though they may comfort you in times of lonely solitude. Don’t hope for the future for tomorrow; because tomorrow never comes. My friend live for today . . . Mera 81 A Time for Us Someday A World of Shining Hop Prom 71 . . . Ramada Inn . . . May 14 . . . Laughter . . . Dancing . . . Stepping on toes . . . Excitement . . . Posing for Pictures . . . Roast beef and green beans (with almonds) . . . Flowers ... All night out . . . Introductions . . . Queen Phyllis . . . And her court . . . Robin . . . Carol . . . JoEllen . . . Barb . . . Romantic moods . . . Nosegays . . . Bouton- nieres . . . Bids . . . Favors . . . Powder room . . . Tuxedos . . . Mugs . . . Garters . . . Hugs . . . Kisses . . . Thrills . . . Chills . . . Anxieties . . . Long awaited . . . Souveniers . . . Baskets of Flowers . . . Gold and crimson . . . Chap- erones . . . Hourglass . . . Class Officers . . . Head tables . . . Entertainment . . . Music . . . Invitations . . . Post-prom . . . Before . . . During . . . After . . . Hidden manners revealed . . . Waiting in Line . . . Fountain of Punch . . . Mel- ted sherbit . . . Yawns . . . Sighs . . . Hellos . . . Goodbyes . . . The Dunes . . . Swimming . . . Water fights . . . Picnics . . . Long Walks . . . Class of 72 . . . over too soon . . . Happy times with good Friends . . . Tender moments . . . Dreams fulfilled . . . Togetherness . . . Life . . . Love . . . and little things . . . Memories. 83 New Pool Facilities Are Opened The Gavit pool and wrestling room were completed and well used this year. The pool is complete with six Olympic race lanes and two diving boards. Bleachers are provided along with score- boards to time the races. Upstairs is a wrestling room 83’ by 36’ and a training room for exercise. The wrestling equipment was purchased by the Booster Club. Students also collected green stamps to attain the fine machine which can be used by seven students simultaneously. Shower rooms contain 40 lockers, automatic shower control, and teacher offices. Hair dryers are provided for girls. The floors are covered with Camelex, prividing safety and long-life. 84 We’re finally there . . . Big Bad Seniors . . . Senior pics . . . cords . . . our last Homecoming . . . Alarm Clark . . . grave- yards . . . parties . . . Queen Gail . . . Mr. Football . . . cele- brate . . . celebrate . . . pep rally . . . painting the bridge . . . senior blocks . . . Sadie Hawkins . . . Lil Abner . . . Daisy Mae . . . Inaugural Ball . . . ordering announcements . . . New- Year’s Eve . . . McLaughlin’s party . . . we all see the new vear in together . . . our year . . . 1972 . . . weddings and more weddings . . . rings . . . Banquet . . . wills . . . prophecies . . . another prom . . . best of luck to ’73 . . . Baccalaureate . . . Commencement . . . graduation parties . . . Barton ' s . . . pizza with a friend . . . games, games, games . . . laughing . . . crying . . . sharing . . . loving . . . together . . . for the last time . . . it’s all over . . . see you in 5 years. Seniors Go Their Separate Ways " HARVEY”, by Mary Chase, was the first dramatic produc- tion of the year. It was directed by Mr. Roland Unkuri and was presented on November 19th and 20th. " Harvey” is a comedy that takes place in the 1920’s. The play begins with the introduction of Elwood Doud. a mild-mannered alcoholic oddball. His sister, Veta, thinks he is crazy because he talks to an invisible white rabbit named Harvey. Veta tries to have Elwood committed, but she is committed instead. It ends up " happily ever after.” V eta decides she would rather have El- wood, invisible Harvey and all. THE CAST Myrtle Simmons Aunt Ethel Chauvenet. Ruth Kelly Betty Chumbley Miss Johnson Duane Wilson Dr. Sanderson Dr. Chumbley Judge Gaffney E. J. Lofgren Veta Simmons Elwood Doud ....Marghee Marks Judy Royal Connie Bradburn Diana Cross Amy Lee Jim Livingston Tom Fullgraf Mike Harrigan Scott Musser .Paul Demkovich Susie Basanda Paul Concialdi G.H.S. Plays " Make The Scene” 1. " Happily Ever After”— Student Directed by: Sue Basanda Fred Wyler Paul Labus Margaret Wyler Michelle Koval Wendy Wyler Anita Charnekar Joan Wyler Marghee Marks Rita Fairchild Lynette Narug 2. " To Burn A Witch”— Student Ruth Hannah Smith Mary Abigail Gentry Dame Stanley Widow Jones Directed by: Terri Scott Diana Zaja Marilyn Drudge Bec kv Medwetz Mary Ann Kenar 3. " Two Bottles of Relish " — Student Directed by: Mary Ann Kenar Willie Smithers John Kish David Linley Todd Clark Jerry Hutchinson Amy Lee Mrs. Hutchinson Roseann Spisak Hawkins Bash Draws 500 " Now’s my chance,” explains Lil’ Abner as he embraces " Shucks, I never his Daisy Mae. knew ... Dave shyly says as Athene plants one on Mar- ryin’ Sam. Gavit Glads take a time out to relax. 88 November 12 . . . Turnabout . . . Chocolate donuts . . . Pop . . . Apple Bobbin’ . . . Water fights . . . Marryin’ Sam . . . Weddin’ Bells . . . Pink and Blue . . . Takin’ vows . . . Signin’ certificates . . . Rings . . . Huggin’ . . . Kissin’ . . . Good ’til midnight . . . Ladies . . . Gents . . . Lil’ Abner . . . Tommy Alb . . . Daisy Mae . . . Anna Mamala . . . Faculty . . . Mr. DeBoer . . . Mrs. Reinke . . . Mums . . . Sponge Throwing . . . Jukebox . . . Scarecrows . . . Dancin’ . . . Decoratin’ . . . Pumpkins . . . Centerpieces . . . Seniors . . . Co-Chairmen . . . Athene . . . Meredith . . . Headaches . . . Every penny counts . . . Votin’ . . . Dressin’ up . . . Freckle faces . . . False eye- lashes . . . May I have your attention, please! . . . Laughs . . . Laughs . . . Laughs . . . He may be small , but he gets around. 89 Spirit, Victory, Enthusiasm Spark Homecoming Parade, Game, Dance Beth Lynch 1971 HOMECOMING Queen and Court Our Queen, Gail Thomas Mary Jo Mangone Liz Lain Phyllis Bond The preceding week . . . class competition . . . float prepara- tions . . . running through graveyards . . . party, party, party . . . purple and gold . . . class signs . . . school spirit . . . Anna and Almira . . . light, fight, fight . . . changing the ideas . . . running out of money . . . decorating the car the night before . . . work without sleep . . . tension . . . frustration . . . more competition . . . last minute supplies . . . more crepe paper . . . wrong color . . . close enough . . . Pep rally . . . October 7 . . . Louis F. Witham Memorial Field . . . Cheer, Cheer for Gavit High . . . skits . . . " Who made the salad?” . . . Homecoming Court announced . . . Liz Lain . . . John Pressley . . . Beth Lynch . . . Mark Sell . . . Mary Jo Mangone . . . Danny Carroll . . . Phyllis Bond . . . Mike Devore . . . Gail Thomas ... Vic Gutowsky . . . ant- icipation . . . anxiety . . . Queen Gail Thomas announced . . . crying . . . screaming . . . applause, applause . . . cheer, cheer . . . rah, rah, rah . . . Mr. Football . . . Joe Labus . . . Run- ners-up . . . A1 Stephens . . . Andy Pawlowski . . . more ap- plause . . . kiss . . . crown and mum . . . spirit . . . more skits . . . team introduced . . . Coach Quinn . . . Good luck, team, good luck . . . painting the bridge . . . The day had come . . . the rain and other things . . . October 8 . . . retouching here and there . . . crepe paper fading . . . judging . . . more competition . . . Frosh . . . Sophs . . . Jun- iors . . . Seniors . . . enthusiasm . . . finally finished ... pa- rade . . . waving to friends . . . waving to strangers . . . grabb- ing a sandwich . . . head for the game . . . Senior Block . . . yellow mums . . . Clark on the field . . . Gavit on the field . . . Hey that’s our team!” . . . more good luck . . . touchdowns . . . half time . . . band tribute . . . Military . . . Alumni . . . 1970 Queen Bonnie crowns Gail . . . float winners . . . Fresh- men . . . " Glads Bag the Pioneer Leftovers” . . . CUC . . . " Paw The Pioneers” . . . Twirlers . . . " Bug ’Em” . . . scream- ing Freshmen . . . sad Seniors . . . back to the game . . . more touchdowns ... A Victory! . . . crying . . . laughing . . . crying . . . It’s all over for this year . . . Over for good for Sen- iors . . . Good-bye Alumni . . . " Well, let’s hit the boulevard” Saturday night ... a Victory Dance . . . Queen and Court reign . . . Othello . . . jivin’ . . . Sounds of Laughter . . . Sounds of Silence . . . dancing the last dance . . . long-awaited weekend . . . coming to a close . . . BB Homecoming 1972 s January 14 . . . pep rally . . . gymnasium . . . signs, signs, signs. . .competition. . . Sophomores Victorius . . . Best Hall Spirit and Signs . . . class yell . . . Mr. Banas . . . pep talk . . . spirit . . . " We’ll Back Our Team” . . . That night . . . " Hey that’s our team” . . . Gavit on the floor . . . Morton on the floor . . . what a game . . . close . . . too close . . . halftime . . . grab a Pepsi . . . Queen candidates . . . Beth Lynch . . . Mark Sell . . . Mary Jo Mangone . . . Danny Carroll . . . Phyllis Bond . . . Stave Craft . . . Sandy Giannini . . . Mike Stoffregen . . . Carol Skratsky . . . Randy Lessard . . . last year’s queen . . . Kathy McLaughlin . . . Bill Born . . . Carol announced Queen . . . tears . . . roses . . . Mr. Let- terman . . . Andy Kmiec . . . Wrestlers . . . Senior . . . ap- plause . . . tension as the game resumes . . . neck to neck . . . victory by a point . . . crowds go wild ... on to the dance . . . in the cafeteria . . . Jacob Grimm . . . couples . . . singing . . . dancing . . . meeting new friends . . . arguing with old . . . good music . . . evening well underway . . . over too fast . . . leaving for Bartons . . . pizza and a coke . . . waiting and wait- ing . . . finally get seated . . . singing and laughing . . . every- one in good " spirits” ... A Victory’s Come To An End . . . Senior Beth Lynch Queen Carol Skratsky Junior Mary Jo Mangone Mr. Letterman, Wrestler Andy Kmiec, receives crown and kiss at the Home- Queen Carol gets a quick kiss from her escort Randy Lessard. coming Dance. Junior Phyllis Bond. Junior Sandy Giannini. " Don’t worry. Live from day to day. Because today is the Tomorrow You worried about Yesterday.” I » A " You gave my life to me. Set me free, set me free. The finest years I ever knew Were all the years I had with you. ” —Bread " One measure of friendship consists not in the number of things friends can dis- cuss, but in the number they need no longer mention.” —Clifton Fadiman G.H.S. " Today is the first day of the rest of your life.” " ... and life itself is but a game ...” — Sir Walter Scott " Imagine all the people living life in peace . . . You may say I’m a dreamer , But I’m not the only one. I hope someday you’ll join us. And the world will be as one — John Lennon " It’s a world of laughter, A world of tears. It’s a world of hopes. And a world of fears. There’s so much that we share, That it’s time we’re aware, It’s a small world after all. There is just one moon. And one golden sun. And a smile means friendship To everyone. Though the mountains divide. And the Oceans are wide. It’s a small world after all.” —R. Sherman LIFE We have lived and loved together. Through many changing years. We have shared each others gladness. And wept each others tears.” Everything is beautiful, in it’s own way. Like a starry summer night, or a snow-covered winter’s day. Everybody’s beautiful, in their own way. Under God’s heaven, the world’s gonna find it’s way. ' There is none so blind as he who will not see, W e must not close our minds, we must let our thoughts be free. For every hour that passes by. You know the world gets a little bit older. It’s time to realize that beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. ” — Ray Stevens rr We’ve only just begun to live . . . 95 Summer, or Fall, all you have to do is YOU’VE GOT A FRIEND.” call. And I’ll be there, yes I will— Carole King " When you’re down and troubled and you need a helping hand. And nothing, nothing is going right. Close your eyes and think of me, and soon I will be there. To brighten up even the darkest night. When the world around you grows dark and full of doubt. And that old north wind begins to blow. Close your eyes and think of me, and soon I will be there, to brighten up even the darkest night. You just call out my name and you know wherever I am. I’ll come running to see you again. Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall, all you have to do is call. And I’ll be there, yes I will. You’ve got a friend. Now ain’t it good to know you’ve got a friend, when people can be so cold? They’ll hurt you, yea, and desert you, and take your soul if you let them. Ah, but don’t you let them. Winter, Spring " I do my thing, and you do yours. I am not in this world to live up to yout expectations. And you are not in this world To Live up to mine. You are you, and I am I. And if by chance we find each other. It’s beautiful.” F.S. Peris " Today, well lived Makes every yesterday A vision of happiness, And every tomorrow A vision of hope.” " If you smile at me, I will understand, ’Cause that’s the only thing Everyone, everywhere does in the same » way. " Meet someone halfway. To communicate is the beginning of understanding. ” LAUGHS " Something tells me I’m into something good.” LOVE " As long as we are, love will be.” having to say you’re sorry . . " You made the world so beautiful today. ” " I love you, not only for what you are. But for what I am when I am with you. " You make my day A little bit brighter In every way.” I love you, not only for what you have made yourself. But for what you are making of me.” Roy Craft " Love means never " I see your face and think of all. Of all that we had. With all of the things that you brought me, Now was it so bad . . . Makes me wonder ...” Bread " AU you have to do is touch my hand To show me you understand. And something happens to me. That’s some kind of wonderful. Anytime my little world is blue, I just have to look at you. And everything seems to be Some kind of wonderful. I know I can’t express This feeling of tenderness. There’s so much I want to say. But the right words just won’t come my way. I just know when I’m in your embrace The world is a happy place. And something happens to me. That’s some kind of wonderful.” Carole King ORGANIZATIONS 1972 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 99 Scroll Staff Sells Subscriptions J. Saltanovitz and R. Shabi. Co-Editors; P. Gibbs, assistant editor. A. Lee, Business Manager, D. Sandoval, exchange editor. News Bureau— M. O’Drobinak. M. Alien. Page Editors— (clockwise from top): R. Shabi. M. Lucas, J. Saltanovitz, V. Earle. 100 Feature Writers— K. Allen. M. Lucas. C. Benko. The Gavit Scroll had a " Twins Contest” to arouse interest in the newspaper. The winner got a 1972 Futura. To help cover production costs, the Scroll staff sold yearly and semester sub- scriptions to all students. The staff also took a trip to Chicago to view journalism in action. Mr. Donald Kopenec. Advisor; P. Hester. News Editor. J. Labus. Sport . Editor. Production Managers— Row 1: G. Cooper. C. Griffith: Row 2: S. Wilson. D. Thomas. Reporters- (from left): Row 1: T. Schwab. J. Bluemenhagen. V. Earle. F. Rangel. J. Hartmann. R. Simms. G. Dankenbriiig. D. Bobrowski: Row 2: R. Henry. P. Boldin. V. Anderson. F. Veray. D. Klisurich. T. Palmer. M. Bunde. P. Hester. 101 MAIN OFFICE AIDS (From left) How 1: J. Miller: P. Ferguson; Row 2: S. Ponce; M. Milo; D. Shoop; M. O ' Drobinak; C. Ellison; S. Kruto; M. Koval; M. Ferguson. GUIDANCE AIDS (From left) Row 1: R. Korpella: Row 2: C. Conners; J. Guerts; K. Dechon; Row: 3 L. Rokosz; W. Kaminski: M. Allen: Row 4: K. Ko- larczyk; T. Scott; M. Lozano; Row 5: D. Sitnick; C. Leland: G. Orcutt. ATTENDANCE OFFICE AIDS (From left) Row 1: B. McAbee; D. Litton; D. Certa: Row 2; L. McCay; L. Saboff; V. Anderson; D. Upshaw; Row 3: L. Sullivan: R. Batchelor; P. Barley; D. Donahue; Row 4: J. Carmen; S. Facen; S. Rey; C. Turner, Row: 5 C. Moore; D. Rey; D. Williams; R. O’Drobinak. SEWING ASSISTANTS (From left) D. McCarty; P. Stephens: K. Kellar; J. I ndi: J. Jarnecke; D. Woomer; K. Underwood; Row: 2 C. Drudge; S. Pucalik; H. Rieten D. Denning; D. Klisurich. BOOKSTORE ASSISTANTS (From left) Row 1: C. Tobin; T. Thrall; G. Morris; A. Ventimiglia: Row 2: P. Core; J. Cunningham: P. Ferguson; Row 3: K. Ku- miega; S. Ponce; T. Hawkins; G. Mahns; Row 4: 0. Lozano; D. Proffitt; D. Walker; P. Mullins; Row 5: L. Loman; D. Rey; C. Petersen; D. Denning; NURSES AIDS (From Left) Row 1: V. Earle; K. Krsak: P. Gibbs; S. Martin: P. Ramsey; Row 2: K. Peckinpaugh; K. Kellar; E. Parsley; N. Mack; T. Hawkins; C. Jones; J. Donthett; R. Swaim; B. Peckinpaugh. 102 VARSITY SHOP AIDS (From left) Row 1: Athene Pappas; Meredith Allen; Ann Michels; George Forgich; Mr. Wayne Wagner. LIBRARY AIDS (From left) Row 1: M. Qualls; G. Johnson: L. Sefton; S. Car- men; S. Zack; M. Nelson; Row 2: Mrs. R. Cornell: P. Stevens S. Morrison: C. Michelin; J. Carmen; D. Palfi: D. Opasik; N. Probus; C. Litton: Row 3: M. Mold- raski; S. Fulgraf; D. McCrum; F. Eldridge: J. Byrum; C. Schoonover. Mrs. Mary Smith. MONITORS (From left) Row 1: L. Shehigian: K. Mansueto: G. Thomas: P. Bur- ton: Row 2: J. Smith; P. Miller; G. Klen: M. Lozano; C. Pearson: R. Mack: R. Diehl: Row 3: R. Hunervager: R. Daniels: B. McCoy: C. Zencka: J. Ventimiglia: V. McCall; M. Ellison; Row 4: S. Allen; C. Courtney: R. Ferry: P. Green: J. Pan- dak: D. Klisurich; L. Narug: Row 5: L. Dalton: A. Michels: M. Lain: D. Linse- mann; B. Kozlowski; C. Bergstrom: Row 6: C. Benko: T. Moore: S. Turn- ghpaugh: J. Bisbee; D. Michalowski; C. Ellison. AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS (From left) J. Carter: J. Cristwell: T. Wheeler: T. De- lache; S. Greer; S. Kush: Mr. Ned Crary: R. King: B. Kavtar: J. Beardslev: T. Harney; GYM ASSISTANTS (From left) Row 1: P. Smith: C. Bradhuru: P. Boldin: P. Burdyl; G. Klapkowski: D. Cooley: M. Dechon: G. Johnson: Row 2: C. Mead: J. Murfin; K. Dochery: T. ZufTa: R. McCahon: F. McMahon: D. Liiiseniaiin: C. Skiba: Row 3: J. Early: A. Venturing V. Thornsberry: A. Michels: M. Lain: D. Hines; P. Hoffman: M. Novotnev. ENGLISH ASSISTANTS (From left) Row I: B. Hoffman: R. Mizerik: L. Slielii- pon; R. Elkins: M. Sweeney: Row 2: M. Allen: A. Pappas: K. Stahl: M. Kapec: K. Masleid: P. Weimer: J. Riskin: Row 3: C. Mead: L. I iin: S. Andersen: D. Cooley. 103 Music Department Works CONCERT CHOIR: (from left to right): Row 1: P. Bortz, S. McCorkle, B. Lax, R. Elkina, L. Ross, J. Walsh, R. VanGorp. B. Lucas, P. Ferguson, R. Perry, M. Koval, J. Barnhart, P. Molnar, T. Thrall, C. Veray; Row 2: J. Yaney, C. Bradburn. C. Mead, C. Conners, D. Fea, K. Mcl ughlin. D. Walker. P. Meier, W. Kaminski, C. Freels, T. Scott, P. Basham, A. White; Row 3: D. White, J. Hartman. N. Ywanow, S. Basanda. D. Carter, P. Kessler, S. Greer, J. Douthett, L. Yockey, P. Overland, J. Carpenter, J. Thorpe, D. Gi ay, V. Gutowsky; Row 4: R. Castleberry, S. Hastings, D. Wilkenson. P. Smith, S. Archie. J. Murfin. D. Cross, C. W ' edding, S. Lewin, M. Tuskan, K. Hill, D. W ' rona. B. David; Row 5: S. Zack, D. Kunneman. K. Blaemire, A. Vandersteen S. Macey, K. Masleis, R. O’Drobinak. B. Chorba, D. Baker, M. Mason, L. Hebda, H. Hoge, J. Arrenholz, D. Moser, R. Grillion. Ass’t. Drum Major Scott Musser and Drum Majorette Gloria Smith stand at attention. CONCERT ORCHESTRA: (from left): Row 1: C. Johnson, M. Milo. E. Kazmar- chik, Mrs. Basham. C. Phillips, J. Bechtal: Row 2: L. Vaznonis, C. Vandersteen, S. Ponce. B. Jurich. S. Irminger D. Stevenson, G. Shoe, S. Bewley, A. Bush; Row 3: B. Andersen, D. Kapusta, P. Gulasy, J. Ballard, C. W r iening, D. Kucharski. L. Adams. B. Lynch, W. Kucharski, D. Camp. A. Choke, B. Peckinpaugh. J. Shakes; Row 4; N. Elliot, A. Phabet. K. Cofman. M. Bechtel, T. Vandersteen, D. Milne. A. Blaine, B. Happy; Row 5: C. Beda, O. Bease, N. McDaniels. 104 Choirs and Orchestras display their talents at the close of their Christmas Concert. H.S. BAND: (from left): Row 1: B. Lynch, L. Adams. C. Wiening, S. O tto; Row 2: D. Kucharski, C. Schoonover, D. Karanovich, T. Mazanv. J. Jankowski, K. Kolca; Row 3: R. Diehl, T. Shultmann, K. Kolarchik, D. Detterline, J. Knight, S. Agnew. C. Bucksar, O. Kay, D. Litton, S. Opacik, T. J. Davis; Row 4; F. Kes- sler, M. McDaniel, K. Kulur. A. Gadberry. M. Ray, J. Hufnagel, B. Merritt, P. Brock, J. Radovsky, K. Blair, B. Dvcus, N. Elliot, B. Good; Row 5: G. Smith, R. Ramos, C. Beda, J. Gonzales, D. Dav. Together for Concerts MIXED GLEE: Row 1: L. David. M. Gray, J. Geurts, J. Rausch. F. Veray; Row 2: P. Padgorny, H. Rieler. C. Smith, M. Lucas, K. Muir. C. Stuart; Row 3: R. Haack. D. Allen, G. Bauev, D. Neubauer, K. Wells; Row 4: J. Johnson, P. Dem- kovich. J. Beardsley, T. Clark, P. Esgate, L. Jarman. FRESHMEN CHOIR: Row 1: J. Juargich, C. Litton. A. Middleton. N. Probus, B. Lax, N. Adams, D. Stepanovich, B. Wilson, A. Charnekar, M. Mayfield, D. Dietrich, L. Gargano; Row 2: S. Irminger, B. Bun. W. Lozano. D. Bradley, S. Grillion, D. Bradley, S. Grillion, D. Opacik, L. Davis, H. Wittier, E. Parsley, L. Shearon, L. Linsley, K. Keller, P. Ovart; Row 3: B. Medwetz, P. Stevens, J. Bryon, R. Marusczak. J. Pandak, P. Ramsey, K. Krsak. T. Mazany, S. Lain, D. Koular, G. W izz. R. Winkler; Row 4: J. Slavin, T. Pace, J. Fuquo, D. Simms, B. Gray, F. Kessler, N. Wynn, D. Holman, D. Pieneda, C. Keller, D. Bratton, R. Jackson. H.S. BAND (Cont.): Row 1: D. Kapusta, P. Gulasy, J. Ballard; Row 2: K. Welch, R. Welch. K. Hawkins, L. Van Buskirk, A. Milo, B. Anderson; Row 3: N. Brock, M. Macnak, K. Koffran. M. Bechtel, K. Orze, A. Spak, D. Camp. G. Amik, W r . Kucharski. C. Bolland; Row 4: M. Shearon, S. Bechtel, T. Pace, G. Taroli, K. Duckes, R. Downing, J. Wilkinson, D. Yondel. R. Lacky, S. Musser, M. Qualls, B. Chrisney, A. Blaine, P. Harrington; Row 5: N. McDaniel. D. VonAlmen, D. Shutko. T. Vandersteen, R. Wolenty, K. Worth, J. Summers, D. Milne. SPRING ORCHESTRA: Row 1: S. Ponce, A. Bush: Row 2: L. Vasnonis, C. Johnston, M. Milo, E. Kazmarchik. D. Stevens, M. Dea, C. Phillips, C. Clay; Row 3: C. Vandersteen, B. Jurich, S. Irminger, P. Basham, S. Bewley, B. Peck- inpaugh, J. Shakes. 105 - Fine Arts Add Culture to G.H.S. SCRIBNERS CLUB: Row 1: J. Kucharski, B. Corpella, D. Hudnall, K. Masleid, Mrs. Rebecca Board. C. Wedding, D. Stepanovich, R. Van Vynct. USHERETTES: Row 1: S. Adams, M. Heilmann, D. Hines, S. Harrigan. J. Saltanovitz, A. Mysliwy, M. Koval, D. Klisurich, S. Morrison, M. O ' Drobinak, Mr. Roland Unkuri, K. Stahl, J. Laws, S. Shutko, T. Ciesla, M. Yokovich, D. McCrum, S. Zaikis, D. Williams, C. Blaine. it u i 4 , Wk m mat jt kt ’■Vfl ’ f 1 i ©j I ' Jr Jo u DEBATE: (from left): Row 1: Mrs. Jacqueline Boyle, J. Saltanovitz. B. Ready, S. Aldredge S. Musser; Row 2: G. Smith, T. Puchley, J. Kish. FORENSICS: (from left): Row 1: J. Kish, D. Smith, P. Concialdi, D. Zaja. P. Eagen, J. Royal: Row 2: F. Veray. B. Ready, J. Saltanovitz, S. Aldredge, S. Hes- ter; Row 3: T. Clark, P. Labus. B. Medwetz, K. Peckinpaugh; Row 4: J. Saltanov- itz. Mrs. Diane Panozzo, B. Rathburn. D. Williams, R. Lackey, L. Sefton, L. Palmer, B. Linville. SPEECH CLUB: (from left) Row 1: L. Palmer. B. Ready, D. Zaja. C. Chiving- ton, L. Sefton, M. Mason; Row 2: B. Medwetz, P. Stevens, S. Aldredge. J. Salta- novitz, P. Labus; Row 3: P. Concialdi, R. Lackey, R. Dankonich, S. Musser; Row 4: J. Roberts, T. Clark, T. Puchley, G. Smith. CINEMA CLUB: (from left): Row 1: J. Blank, K. Gurski. J. Litton. W. Brock, K. Kasenga. T. McLughlin, S. Roper. M. Kujawa; Row 2: J. Esgate. R. Allen, D. Naftzger, T. Scott, D. Von Almen, D. Peinada. J. Peitrack. V. Yockey, G. Zolow- icz; Row 3: Mr. Ken Petyo, J. Citro. A. Molder, J. Saltanovitz. T. Bogucki, J. Hussey, J. W atkin, P. Demkovich, T. Palmer, S. McGaha, Mr. Donald Kopenec. STAGE CREW: (from left): Row 1: T. Braxton, R. W ' olenty, P. Kessler. M. Ko- val, C. Wedding, M. Kapee; Row 2: T. Puchley. B. Furlic, G. Smith, J. Saltanov- itz, T. Seott, P. Weimer, J, Livington. J. Harrigan, D. Milne, M. Mayfield, R. Spisak, M. Kenar, S. Basanda: Row 3: Mr. Roland Unkuri, S. Musser, P. Dem- kovich, B. Plaskota, K. Maslied, M. O’Drobinak. FRENCH CLUB: (from left): Row 1: B. Prsic, R. Gibson. B. Corpella. B. Neu- bauer, J. Livingston, D. Denning, L. Chauffer; Row 2: M. Drudge, L. Jarmen, A. Lee, M. Lain. D. Linsenmenn, M. Lucas, J. Winkler, P. Esgate, K. Dukes; Row 3: C. Rytel, N. Elliot. D, Marince, M. Yokovich. D. Simms, D. Smith, C. Webb, I.. Chumbley, D. Woomer. M. O’Drobinak. THESPIANS: (from left): Row 1: T. Braxton, M. Kenar, K. Stahl, M. Koval, M. Kapec, M. Roland Unkuri; Row 2: P. Kessler, M. O’Drobin ak, B. Furlic, K. Kimmons, S. Basanda, R. Spisak, J. Saltanovitz, K. Masleid; Row 3: G. Smith, D. Milne, T. Fulgraf, J. Harrigan, A. Mysliwy, B. Plaskota. SPANISH CLUB: (from left): Row 1: Miss Leslie Dallas, P. Turner, N. Williams, P. Bartowski. J. Nagel: Row 2: P. Bortz, L. Dalton, M. Kenar. M. Kren. P. Wei- mer, Row 3: P. Muir, P. Stivers, B, Potter, S. Ponce, M. Heilman; Row 4: B. Lucas, M. I uskan, K. Hill, M Mangone, D. Marince, C. Molder; Row 5: D. Trea- daway. M. Stevens, K, Wells, L. Narug, K. Hammond; Row 6; L. Dawson, K. Hawkins, N. Cave, J. Miterko, R. Martin; Row 7: G. Johnson, C. Ford, J. Krap- kowiak. J. Gamez, B. Galovic, R. Henry. GERMAN CLUB: (from left): Row 1: B. Jarman, C. Gibson, D. Jurich, P. De- Cola, C. Phillips; Row 2: 1 . W ilkie, K, Shabi, T. Bocism, M. Jacobson, K. Salta- novitz, J. Yoways, H. Harrigan; Row 3; S. Zaek, L. MiUer, E. Pawlus, J. Adams L Green, B. Smith, J. Undi; Row 4: M. Macnak, S. Hester, S. Harrigan, C. Blaine, C. Saczawa: Row 5: J. Johnson, J. Cichoki, M. Lulich. K. Werth, D. Or- zechowicz, Mrs. Laura Retherford, C. Milanovic. 107 dub Activities Arouse Involvement MODERN DANCE CLUB (from left): Row 1: C. Turner, D. Ray, J. Mardis, J. Laws, J. Laws, J. Laws, T. Hawkins, D. Williams; Row 2; C. Hill, D. Upshaw, L. Cryer, V. Anderson, M. Ray, R. Lackey, N. Lessard, S. Facen. BUSINESS CLUB (from left) Row 1: R. Pasternak. D. Wisniewski, G. Maicher, R. Rosinski; Row 2: C. Johnson, L. Siecher, S. Zile; Row 3: P. Seward, G. Goral. Miss V. Greco; Row 4: V. Dzuik, D. Shoop, M. Zolowicz, Mr. R. Welte. ECOLOGY CLUB (from left): Row 1: Mr. W. Krugoff. J. Smith, B. Stahl, T. Cooley, J. Anderson, G. Amick, E. Vargo, M. Johnson, J. Gonzales, A. Spak, B. Angelich, D. Smith, T. Bogucki, B. Ready, R. Martin, J. Hussey, C. Rytel, G. Zolowitz. SEWING CLUB (from left) Row 1: M. Drudge, J. Thomas. B. Jurich, T. Wszo- lek; Row 2: J. Mardis, P. Swafford, F. Eldridge, S. Zack, K. Dukes; Row 3: Mrs. L. Schneider, S. Pucalik, D. McCarthy, A. Kacsza, F. Rangel, S. Irminger. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA (from left): Row 1: J. Royal. P. Hester, M. Milo, D. Kapusta; Row 2: M. Marks, G. Klen, D. Karanovich; Row 3: D. Kriz- man, P. Kosanovich, A. Rodovich, S. Morrison; Row 4: N. Petro, M. Bunde. J. Berwanger, L. Pawlik, Row 5: T. Shelton, S. Otto, S. Nevers, D. Shutko. GRAPHIC ARTS (from left): Row 1: D. Thomas. W. Grass. G. Zile. D. Herbst; Row 2: K. Wiley, T. Saczawa. D. Orcutt, C. I -ah on. G. Byron: Row 3: A. Rut- ledge, B. Wiliky, T. Long, S. Wilson, Mr. Richard Clausen. 108 HEALTH CAREERS CLUB (from left): Row 1: V. Brown. D. Potter, T. Ciesla, S. Martin. SCIENCE LAB ASSISTANTS (from left) Row 1: S. Bodnar. D. Kochopolous, G. Klen, M. Jones, L. Adams. J. Saltanvovitz; Row 2: C. Mote, J. Barnhart, A. Mys- liwy, M. Lulich, A. Pappas. P. Turner, J. Spisak. L. David, G. Crook, S. Nevers; Row 3: D. Hines, P. Bartowski, K. Allen, C. Stewart, S. Greer, J. Hartmann, M. Merrick, M. Allen, N. Petro, M. Marks, K. Stahl, R. Stahl; Row 4: E. Reiter, K. Hill, L. Enslow, R. Korpella. D. Milne, A. Oresko, B. Balzer, T. Ciesla, S. Morri- son, J. Gibson, S. Batchelor. SCIENCE CLUB (from left): Row 1: S. Thomas, J. Johnson, L Hebda. D. Milne, Mr. James Johnson; Row 2: M. Homrich, E. Reiter, L. Enslow, A. Spak. R. Stahl. HUNTING AND FISHING CLUB. CHESS CLUB (from left): 1: S. Johnck, J. Blumenhagen, Mrs. Frances Reinke, B. Balzer. Row 2: M. Erb, V. Dunlap, T. Rausch, C. Klem, B. Russel, D. Zacney, J. Brightenbaugh, R. Bigelow, J. Oresko, J. Murfin, N. Winkley, J. Martell. W. Kaminski: Row 3: J. Johnson, J. David, R. Wilson. M. Ferrini, W. Newcomb- Row 4: M. O’Boy, G. Smith, K. Faulkner, T. Mote. CARE OF UNDERPRIVILEGED CHILDREN (from left): Standing: C. Stew- art, Treasurer; K. Allen, Vice President; T. Moore, Secretary; A. Pappas. Head Chairman; M. Allen, President; Mr. Eugene Rodriquez, Sponsor. 109 Pep Club B-TEAM CHEERLEADERS— (left to right)— L. Mahns, G. Johnson, L. White, V. Thomsberry— (captain). 110 TWIRLERS— (Left to right)— Row 1: C. Freels, G. Orcutt. Row 2: D. Klisurich, F. McMahon, D. McMahon. 3rd Row: S. Facen, H. Witter, N. Lessard. CINDERELLA TRACK AIDS— (left to right) Row 1: M. Lucas, C. Skiba, C. Muhr. D. Klisurich. Row 2:— L. Yockey, D. Sitnick, P. Smith, N. Lessard. MAT MAIDS— (left to right) Row 1: L. Hrapek, S. Zile, C. Bradbuns. J. Murfin, C. Freels, S. Prusieki, R. Ferry, L. Van Buskirk, Coach Leland. Row 2: J. Early. S. Lewin, R. McCahon, J. Berwanger, J. Geurts, C. Charnekar, L. Koerner, N. Lessard. Row 3: M. Bunde, D. Cross, S. Turnpaugh, P. Burdvl, L. Sefton P Bartnik. J DRILL TEAM-(left to right)-Row 1: N. Winkley, A. White, M. Lulich, B. Pot ter, S. Archie, B. Hawkins. M. Kovach. INSIDE ROW— M. Merrick, P. Over land, B. Lynch, W. Kaminski. K. McLaughlin. C. Drudge, J. Wszolek. OUT SIDE ROW-F. Veray, K. Tracy, M. Hurd, J. Geurts, L. Koerner, R. Mitchell M. Drudge,. BACK ROW— C. Skiba, C. Turner, S. Vandersteen, C. Hammond L. Dalton, M. Gray, M. Bunde, B. Ince. LETTERMEN— (left lo right) Row 1: D. Horvath, M. Clark. M. Sanders, M. Hadu, A. Stephens, A. Kimec, M. Lozano. Row 2: J. I .a bus. D. Ford, J. Krakowiak. W. Hayne, R. Hawkins, T. Skiba. Row 3: Coach Kujawa, A. Molchan, J. Dankenbring, L. Vanznonis, S. Sefton, R. Simms. Row 4: Coach Chintis Johnson, P. Bergstrom, M. Bindas, R. Lam- merlin, R. Scott. Row 5: P. Budreau, S. Hanas, M. Howe, R. Huneryager, T. Michna, B. Kozlowski, P. Concialdi. Ill CO-VALEDICTORIANS: Joanne Saltonovitz and Katherine Stahl. NATIONAL MERIT SEMI-FINALIST: Paul Parker. ROTARIANS: (from left): Row 1: P. Concialdi, D. Prugh, W. Nabors, T. Brax- ton; Row 2: B. Rubin, C. Castetter, J. Earl, D. Ford. QUILL AND SCROLL: (from left): Row 1: P. Gibbs, M. Bunde, F. Rangel: Row 2: L. Shehigian, P. Kessler, P. Hester, C. Benko; Row 3: B. Plaskota, R. Shabi, J. Saltonovitz. BETTY CROCKER HOMEMAKER OF TOMORROW: Joanne Saltonovitz. WORLD TRAVELERS: (from left): Row 1: J. Yaney, C. Connors, C. Wedding, S. Basanda, B. Plaskota. M. Milo; Row 2: K. Blaemire, Mr. Thomas Clark, D. Kunneman. 112 COURT JUSTICES: (from left) A. Lahus, J. David, T. Braxton. S. Brown, N. Pappas, S. Morrison, J. Johnson. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: (s eated): A. Pappas. Secretary; J. Kish. Pres- ident; J. Saltonovitz, Treasurer; (standing): M. Harrigan, Vice-President Organizations Exhibit Leadership NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY GAVIT STUDENT COUNCIL 113 SENIORS We’ve Only Just Begun . . Senior Class Officers, left to right. President, Mike l ozano. Secretary, Jeanne Early, Treasurer, Beth Lynch; Vice President, Kathy Manseuto. The End of a Great Class . . , 1972 THE CLASS OF 1972 ... AS FRESHMEN . . . working hard to put together our 1st Homecoming float . . . " Bury ’Em” . . . Second place . . . Candy sales . . . Class Unity . . . Strong desire ... A job well done . . . THE SOPHOMORE YEAR . . . Homecoming again . . . An almost victory . . . tied for 1st place . . . " We’re expecting a victory” . . . Ending the year with a dance . . . Looking ahead to upper class years . . . THE THIRD YEAR recipient of 2nd place . . . " Dial V for Victory” . . . Four Queen Candidates Gail Thomas, Liz Lain, Cindy Mead, Julie Fogarty . . . Maybe next year . . . Jan. 8 Basketball Homecoming . . . Queen Kathy McLaughlin . . . Preparing for the Prom . . . Ruth Karanovich chairman ... " A Time for Us” . . . Ramada Inn . . . The highlight of our Junior year ... A farewell to our special sponsor . . . Mr. Marquardt . . . THE SENIOR YEAR ... A special effort to be the best . . . Because so many things would be last . . . Senior-itis . . . Appearing first at Homecoming . . . Second place . . . " Alarm Clark” . . . Queen Gail Thomas . . . Her court, Liz Lain, Beth Lynch . . . Senior trip . . . Washington D.C, Walking on razor blades . . . Sorry, no Christmas party . . . Wills Testaments . . . being written . . . Our last Prom . . . Senior Ditch Day . . . The Sen- ior Class Banquet . . . Baccalaureat . . . June 4 . . . Graduation June 9 . . . Climaxed four years of harmony and hard work. 116 I ■ THOMAS ALB DONNA ALES DAVE ALEXANDERSON MEREDITH L ALLEN— Student Council Rep. 1 ,2,3.4: Monitor 3, Monitor Captain. Grievance Committee, National Honor Society 3,4; Girls Stair. Girl ' s State Outstanding Girl; Homeroom Rep. 188.8.131.52; Junior Class secretary; forensics 1; Futura 4; Future Teachers 2.3,4; Sewing 2; Typing I; CUC (founder) 3.4 (president 3,4); CREAD 3.4; GAA I; Pep Club I; Scroll 4 (News Bureau); Spanish I; Mixed Glee 2; Girl Choir 2; Girls Chorus 1; Stage Crew 3 (Publicity); Cadet Teaching 1, 2,3,4; lab Assistants (Science) 4; Sewing 2.3; English 4; Guidance 4; Social Studies 3; Sadie Hawkins Co-chairman 4; Float Chairman 3,4. MIKE R. ANDERSON— Student Council Rep. 4; Lounge Com- mittee; CREAD 3,4. SUE M. ANDERSON -Student Council Rep. 184.108.40.206; Monitors 1 ,2,3,4; Monitor Captain 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Homeroom Rep. 1 ,2,3,4; Chess Club I; Science 2; Y-Teens 2; CUC 3.4; CREAD 3,4; GAA 1 ,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Girls Chorus 2; “Psychedelic Iadlipop, " The Night of January 16.” ’The Sandbox”; Cinderella Track 1,2,3; Nurses 3; English 4; Guidance 1,2. New, Goals Higher SUE K. ARCHIE CREAD 3; Drill Team 2.3,4; GAA 1.2.4; Concert Choir 3.4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 2; Girls Chorus 1. MARK A A USTGEN- Monitor 3,4: AV 1.2,3; Pep Band 1; Cadet Band I; Lab Assistant. JOLENE M. BALLARD -Concert Orchestra 3,4; Pep Band 220.127.116.11: Concert Band 18.104.22.168: Marching Band 22.214.171.124; Symphonic 3.4. MARK S. BALICKI- Monitors 1; Lab Assistant 2. PAM G. BARLEY — Monitors 1,2,3; Mixed Glee 3; Attendance 4. CHARLES H. BARNES-Letterman I; Basketball 1; Football 1. PATTY BARTNIK— National Honor Society 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 3,4; Science 2; Y-Teens 2; CUC 3,4; GAA l,2,3.4;Pep Club 1,2.3 (vice-president); Stage Crew 1; Make-up 2; Mat Maid 3,4; Prom Com- mittee 3. SUSAN M. BASANDA- Thespians 3,4 (Sec. -Tress.); National Honor Society 3,4; Best Supporting Actress; Drama 1,2,3; Speech 3; GAA 1; Concert Chois 3,4; Rythmett 3; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 2; Girls Chorus 1; Peace International (Concert; “All My Darlings. " “Jenny Kissed Me,” “The Boor.” “A Man Called Duddy,” “Rebel Without a Cauae,” “Psycheledic Lollipop” “Harvey.” “Little Nell the Orphan Girl, " “Scenario by Julian. ' ’David Lisa; " Lab Assistants. PAMELA S. BASHAM— Concert Choir 3,4; Concert Orchestra 2,3,4; Girls Choir 2. 118 Around the Bend TONY BASILE REGINA A. BATCHELOR- Attendance 4. MARK K. BECHTEL— Concert Orchestra 2.3.4: Concert Band 1 .2.3.4; I el ter man 4; Baseball 3; Tennis 4; Statistician 2.3.4. CAROLYN J. BENKO- Monitor I.2.3.4: guill Scroll 4: Future Teachers 2; CUC 3,4; Scroll 3.4. PAUL L BERGSTROM -Letterman 3.4: Basketball 1.2: Football 1 .2.3,4; Track 1 .2.3.4. JOSEPH P. BIANCARDI M onitors 1.2.3: Basketball 2s Golf 3: Cross (Country |J2: lab Atwislant 3,4. NANCY G. BIEI.A T Sudent Council Rep. 4: Monitors 2; Science Gub 2; Y-Teens 2; CUC 3,4; CREAD 4: GAA I.2.3.4: Spanish 4; Stage Crew 3,4; Cadet Teaching 2,3. KAREN L BILLEN-CUC 3. JUDITH K. BISBEE- Monitor 2,3,4; Future Teachers 2,3: CUC 3; CREAD 3; French I; Cadet Teaching 2,3. CHRIS BLAND BARRY G. BOGUCK I -Monitor I; Homeroom Rep. I; Future Teachers 1; Wood Shop 2; Cinema Club 4: Spanish Club 3; Letter- man 3.4; Football I; Track 3,4; Wrestling I; Cadet Teaching 3.4; ( jnderella Track 3.4. TONY BOREN BILL BORN PAMELA L BORTZ National Honor S ciety 3.4: Spanish Club 4: (Concert Choir 3.4: Mixed Glee 2: Girl Chora I; Girl Choir 2. THOMAS E. BR AXTON Student Council Official 3: Student Court I.2.3.4: Student (Council Rep. I.2.3.4: Monitors 3: Chief Justice I: Thespian 2.3.4: National Honor Soeirty 3.4; Homeroom Rep. I: Ro- tarian ; Bov Stale; AV (Tub 1.23: ( ' .READ 3.4: Stage ( re 2.3.4: " All My ftarlinpt. " Revel Without a Cause. " " A Man Called Duddv. " " Scenario by Julian.” lab Assistant 4: National Merit let- ter of (Commendation. 119 Light Bulb Sale JEAN M. BROTHERTON -Monitors 1,2.4; Pep Club 2.3; Library Assistant 3. DENNIS C. BROWER-AV Club 1,2. KEVIN BRUCE GUY BUCKMAN JANET M. CALL -Monitors I; Y -Teens I; CREAD 3.4; Library 2; Lab Assistants 3; Gym Assistant 2,3,4; Office Aid 2; Library Assistant JANCIE M. CALL— Future Teachers 2; Gym Aid 2,3.4. DIANE M. CAMP- Monitors 2,3; Pep (Hub 1; Concert Orchestra 4; Pep Band 2.3,4; Cadet Band 3; Concert Band 2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Make-up 3; " Open Window. " TOM CANNON JILL D. CARMAN Bookstore 4. JOHN C. CARPENTER— Homeroom Rep. 2; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Boys Choir 1; Basketball 1,2; Golf 1; Baseball 2,3; Cross Country I. DANNY CARROLL DEBBI A. CARTER Student Council Rep. 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 3; Future Teachers (president) 2,3; Y-Teens 1; Club Council 3; Concert Choir 3,4; Rythmetts 3; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Chorus I; Cadet Teach- ing 2; Social Studies Aid 3. KAREN F. CARVER — Monitors 2; Homeroom Rep. 3. CURTIS CASTETTER DEBBIE L CERTA Attendance 2,3.4. 120 — Leads to Success TEKKI M. CIESLA— Student Council Rep. 4; Monitors 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 2,4; Future Teachers (treasurer) 3,4; Y-Teen 1; I sherettees 4; Health Careers (president) 4; Girls Chorus 2; Cadet Teaching 2,3; Lab Assistants; Sewing Aid. JERRY CHANT PATTY CHINN RICHARD CLARK MICHAEL R. COFER— Monitors 2,3; Homeroom Rep. 1; Drama 2; CQEAD 3; French Club 1,2; Rockettes; Stage Crew (manager) 1,2; Make-up 2,3; " Psychedellic Lolly pop, " " Night of January 16th, " 3 one Act Plays; Lab Assistant. LINDA K. COLLINS— Monitors 1; Typing Club 1; Bookstore Assist- ant 4. NANCY S. COMPTON -Chorus 1.2. PAUL J. CONCIAUJI — Student Council Official 4; Student Council Rep. 3,4; Grievance Committee; Chairman Intramural Night; Home- room Rep. 3,4; Rotarians; Forensics 4 (president); Speech Club 4 (president); Library Club 2; Letterman 2,3.4; Basketball 2,3,4; Soc- cer 2,3,4; Football 2.3,4; Student Athletic Trainer 3,4; " Harvey. IAWRENCE E. CONNELL— Student (Council Rep. 1; Homeroom Rep. 1,2; Letterman 1,2,3; Golf 1, 2,3,4. KATHLEEN F. COTO— Pep Club 2,3,4; Nurse’s Aid 2,3; Library Assistant 1.2. STEVE R. CRAFT JOHN C. CRAIG— Monitors 3; Stage Crew 2. DLANA C. (-ROSS— Student Council Officer 3; Student Council Rep. 1.2,3; Treasurer, Co-Chairman Social Committee; Thespians 4; Na- tional Honor Society 3.4; Homeroom Rep. 1.2; CUC 4; CREAD 3; Cinema Club 1; Pep Club 2.3; Concert Orchestra 1.2,3; Concert Choir 3.4; RythroetU 3; Girls Choir 2; Girl Chorus I; Mat Maids 3.4 (president); " Jenny Kissed Me, " " Harvey.” STANLEY A. CZECH-Pep Band 3; Concert Band 3. GERALD W. DANIELS 121 Candy Sale Adds to RUSSELL DANIELS Mixed Glee I; Boys Choir 1.2. GERRY N. DANKENBRING-Cinema Club 4; Library Club 1; Let- terman 3,4; Football I; Cross Country 2,3,4; Track 1. 2.3,4; Gym Aid 4; Library Assistant 2,3. JEFFERY L. DAVII) Student Court 4; Philatelic 1; Chess Club 4; AV Assistant 1,2; Football Statistician 2,3.4. BARRY J. DAVIS-Concert Choir 133.4; Baseball 2; Football 1,23,4. DEBORAH J. DeBOK -Business Club 4; Pep Band 1.2; Cadet Band 13; Concert Band 13; " Psychedellic Lollipop. " Attendance 3; Gu diance 1. CATHERINE M. DECHON-Monitor 1; Guidance 2,3,4. MARGARET M. DECHON -G A A 133,4; Gym Aid 3.4. MARK R. DEGNAN— French Club 1; Wrestling 13; Social Studies RANDY A. DIEHL— Monitors 3,4; Pep Band 133.4; Cadet Band 133,4; Concert Band 133.4. SUSAN DILLON— GAA 1; Pep Club 1,2.3 (Sec.); Business Club 4; Sewing Aid 1; Guidance 2; Bookstore 1,2,3. RORY DIMOS KAREN A. DOCKERY — Monitors 2; Basketball Homecoming Court 3; Science Club 2; GAA 1.23,4; Girls Choir 1; Gym Aid 3,4. THOMAS P. DONAGHEY-Monitors 1; AV Club 133.4; Chess Club 1,4; Cread 3,4. THOMAS DORSEY IRMA H. DORGE— Monitors 1; Nurse’s Aid 1; Office Aid I. 122 — Frosh Treasury JOANNE L DOUTHETT— Concert Choir 2; Mixed Glee 1; Concert Orchestra I; Curb Choir 1; Girls Choir 2: Nurse’s Aid 2. BEVERLY A. DO(J Y r I LLE— Student Council Rep. 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 1,23; Futura 3; Y-Teen 1; CUC 3; CREAD 3; GAA 13,3; Pep Club 1.2,3; Lab Assistants 2; Gym Aid 3. SANDY DOWNEY JACQUELINE A. D1 1 FFA LA -Student Council Rep. 3,4; Monitors A; Y -Teens 1; CREAD 3,4; Drill Team 2,3; GAA 1; Library Assistant DARLENE M. DUTZ- Monitors 2; Typing Award; Usherettes 3; Nurse’s Aid 3. TOM DWARS JEANNE M. EARLY — Monitors 4; Senior Class Secretary; GAA 2; Spanish Club 4; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 2; Girls Chorus 1; Mat Maid 4. JENNIFER A. EARLY — Homeroom Rep. 4; GAA 3; Spanish Club 4; Concert Choir 3,4; Rvthmetts 3; Mixed Glee 2; Girb Choir 2; Girb Chorus 1; Stage Crew Psychedelic Lollipop.” Cinderella Track 3; Gym Aid 4. ROBIN J. ELKINS Student council Rep. 1.2; Monitors 13; Home- room Rep. 13,3.4; Latin Club 1; Pep Club 1; Concert Choir 3,4; Rvthmetts 3; Mixed Glee 2; Rytmairex 3; Girls Choir 2; Girls Chorus 1; " Showteens,” Lat Assistant 3; Sewing Aid I; English Aid 4. CARYN L. FARMER-Sudent Council Rep. 2; Homeroom Rep. 13.3; Futura 3; CUC 3; CREAD 3; Drill Team 3; GAA 1,2,3; Con- cert Orchestra 1,2; Pep Band 1; Concert Band 13; Gym Aid 3. MIKE L FERGUSON- Monitors 2; AV Club 133.4; Football 1; Track 1. TIMOTHY A. FLENER — Monitors 3; Lrttcrman 3,4; Football 4; Track 13,3,4. 123 Sophomore Tie First JIJLIE I. FOGARTY -Monitors 1,2; Football Homecoming Court 3; Futura 3; Pep Gub 1.2; Attendance Aid 2. SUZANNE FOGARTY DANIEL T. FORD- National Honor Society 3.4; language Honors Program 3; Rotarians; Spanish Club 4; Letterman 3.4; Basketball 1,2,3; Cross Counrty 1,3,4; Track 2,3,4. TRUDY A. FOWDY — Monitors 1,2; Homeroom Rep. 2.3; Class Of- ficer 2; CREAD 3; library Club 2; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 2.3; Girls Chorus 1; Lab Assistants 2,3; Office Aid 2; Library Assistant 2. CATHERINE L. FREELS— Student 1; Monitors 1,3; Homeroom Rep. 1; Y-Teens 1.2; CREAD 3,4; GAA 1.3.4; Pep Club 1.2,3; Twi- lers 1.3,4 (captain); Concert Choir 4; Girls Choir 2; Girls Chorus 1; Stage Crew |; Make-up 1; Psychedelic Lollipop.’ " Little Nell the Or- phan Girl, " Mat Maid 3,4. JOSEPH A. FRYE-AV Club 1,2,3; Chess Club 1,2; Soccer 2; Wres- tling 1,2. THOMAS W. FULLGRAF Student Council Rep. 3; Monitors 1; Thespians 2; Usher 2; Conversation 1; Stamp Club 1; Letterman 1; Track 3; " Jenny Kissed Me.” " The Open Window. " " Harvey. " ROBERT Q. FURIJC— Student Council Offical 4; Student Council Rep. 2,3,4; Thespians 3.4; CREAD 3; Stage Crew 2,3,4; The Bard at Bakersville High,” ”I)uddy.’’ " Rebel Without A Cause,” Jenny Kis- sed Me,” " The Boor. " " ’David and lisa,” " Harvey.” Electric lab Assistant 3.4; Best Actor Award. PHILIP FURMAN DIANE GAMEZ ANTHONY C. GARGANO-Monitors 1,2; AV Club 2; Science Club 1; Wood Shop Gub 2; CREAD 3,4; Spanish Club 1 .2,3,4; Concert Choir 4; Boys Choir 1,2,3; Letterman 2.3; Golf 1; Soccer 1; Baseball 2,3; Football 1,2,3. JANE A. GEU RTS -Student Council Rep. 2; Monitors 1,2; Home- room Rep. 2; Y-Teens 1,2; Drill Team 1.2.3; GAA 1.2,3; Pep Club 1,2; Scroll 1; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 3; Girls Chorus 1; Stage Crew 1; " Psychodelic Lollipop,” " Little Orphan Nellie” Mat Maid 2.3; Guidance Aid 4. LAURIE GOMBUS GABRIELA M. GORAL— Student Council Officer 1,2.3; Student Council Rep. 1.2,3; Homeroom Rep. 1,2,3; Future Teachers 1; Y- Teens 1.2; CUC 3; CREAD 3; GAA 1,2,3; Pep Club 1; Business Club 4; Concert Choir 3; Rythmetts 3; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 2; Girl Chorus 1; Cinderella Track Aid 2. DONALD L GRAY —Concert Choir 3,4; Boys Choir 1 ,2; Football 1. 124 Place with Float PAMELA E. GULSAY— Concert Orchestra 1,23,4; Pep Band 1,23.4; Concert Band 1 .2.3,4. V ICTOR D. GLTOW SKY -Concert Choir 3.4; Boy. Choir 13; Let- terman 3,4; Soccer 1. 2.3.4; Football 13,3; Wrestling 13. JUDY L GY LIRE -Homeroom Rep. 23; CUC 3; Drill Team 3; GAA 1; Concert Orchestra 13; Pep Band 1,2; Concert Band 13. MARTIN C. HA DU -Boys Choir 133; Letterman 3,4; Football 3,4; Track 3,4; Wrestling 3,4. STEPHEN M. HAN AS- Homeroom Rep. 4; CREAD 3,4; French Club 1,2; letterman 3,4; Soccer 1,3.4; Football 1,23,4; Wrestling 23; Stage Crew 1. KATHLEEN J. HANSEN-Student Council Rep. 4; Future Teach- era 2; Y-Teena 1; CUC 3,4; GAA 133,4; Pep Club 1; Business Club 4; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 2; Girls Chorus 1. EDWARD M. HANSON JIM HARANGODY J. MICHAEL HARRIGAN— Student Council Officer (Vice-Presi- dent) 4; Student Council Official 3; Thespians 3,4; CREAD 3.4; Cin- ema Club 2,3 (President); Stage Crew 2.3,4; " All My Darlings. ’ ' Duddy, " " Rebel Without A cause.” " Jenny Kissed Me,” " Sand Box,” " David and Lisa.” " Harvey,” lab Assistant 13; Math Assist- ant 3,4. GROVER HASMER BARBARA J. HAWKINS— Monitors 23; Future Teachers 2 (Sec.) CREAD 3; Drill Team 13,3,4; Pep Club 1; Lab Assistant; Sewing Aid; Office Aid 2; Bookstore Aid 1. WILBUR L. HAYNE III— Tennis 133,4; Most Valuable Tennis Player Award, Tennis Captian 3,4; Tennis Conference Champion 4; Tennis State Champion 4. LAWRENCE J. HEBDA— National Honor Society 3,4; Science Club 4; Cinema Club 133; Concert Choir 3,4 (Pres.) Mixed Glee 2; Boys Choir 2; Boys Chorus 1; I .et terman 3.4; Track 1, 2,3,4. ALMIRA L. HERTZFELDT— Student Council Rep. 2; Monitors 2,3; Homeroom Rep. 2; Science Club 2 (Sec.); CREAD 3; Drill Team 3; GAA 2,4; Pep Club 13; Concert Choir 3; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 2; Girts Chorus I. DARYL K. HILL- Student Council Rep. 133; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 2; Science Fair Gold Medal Award; AV Quo 13 ; Chess Club I; Science Club 4; Cinema Club 2; Conversa- tion Club 3; Hunting Fishing Club 4 (Pres.); Letterman 4; Golf 13.4; Tennis 3; Wrestling 1,4. Lab Assistant 23,4. 125 Big Decision Ordering DONNA J. HINES— Monitors 1; Thespian 1,2; National Honor Scoeity 3,4; Usherettes 2; GAA 1,2,3; Pep Club I; Spanish Club 133.4; (VP); Pep Band 1; I -ah assistants 1 .2.3.4; Gym Aid 1; Office Aid 1,2; Library Assistsant 1,2. JOHN S. HIPPEL -Conservation Club 1; Spanish Club 2,3; Track 23; Wrestling 1. ANITA HODGE BARBARA J. HOFFMANN -Homeroom Rep 2,3,4; Futura 3; Sci- ence Club 2; GAA 1,2.3; Cinderella Track Aid 2,3; Gym Aid 23; English Aid 4; Mat Maid 2.3,4; Bookstore Assistant 1,2. BARB HOFFMAN HERMAN W. HOGE— Sudent Council Rep. 1; Homeroom Rep. 1,2; Future Teachers 2; Concert Choir 23,4; Boys Choir 1; Letterman 1,23,4; Basketball 1; Football 4; Track 1.23,4; Sectional Champ in long jump. IRVIN J. HOJNACKI— Monitors 23; President Fitness Award; Chess Club 1; Basketball 1; Gym Assitant. MICHAEL HOMRICH MICHAEL R. HOWE— Student Council Rep. 1,2; Homeroom Rep. 13; Boys State Alternate; AV Club 1.23; Chess Club 2; Wood shop Club 13; Cinema Club I (VP); Conservation Club 3; I etterman 3,4 (Treaa.) Soccer 1,3.4; Football 133; Wrestling 133.4; Gym Assist- ant 23. LIZ HRAPEK-Futura 4. RUSSELL R. HUNERYAGER-Monitore 2,3.4; Letterman 3.4; Bas- ketball 13; Soccer 133,4; Football 133,4. EARL HURD CONNIE J. JOHNSON -Monitor 2; Y-Teens 1; CREAD 3,4; Busi- ness Club; Future Secretaries of America ; Attendance Aid 3; Li- brary Assistant 1. DALE R. JOHNSON— Monitor 1,2; Tri-City All Stars 3; Con- servation Club 4; Letterman 3,4; Basketball 13,3,4; Track 1. JAMES G. JOHNSON -Monitor 2; Lab Assistants 133.4. 126 Class Rings CINDY L. JONES - National Honor Society 3,4; Nurse ' s Aid 2 , 4 . MARY A. KA PEC— Student Council Rrp. 2.3,4; Monitors 3; The , pians 2,3,4; Homeroom Rep. 3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Y-Teens 1.2; CREAD 3,4; Usherettes 2.3,4; GAA 1; Stage Crew 2.3,4; Make up 23,4; Trifle . " " Scenario by Junian.” English Aid 4; Library Assist, ant 1.2,3; Math Aid 3. RUTH KARANOVICH SHELLY K. KELLEHER — Mointor 1; Futura 3; Future Teachers 2i Pep Club 133; Nurse ' s Aid 2.3. MARY A. KEN AR— Student Council Rep. 4; Thespians 3,4 (VP); Drama Club 13; Speech Club 3; Make-up 2,3,4; ‘Psychedelic Lolli- pop, ' " Little Nell the Orphan Girl,” “AU M Darlings.” A Man Galled Duddy, " “David and Lisa. " PAMELA C. KESSLER -Student Council Rep. 2,3,4; Monitor 1; Thespians 3,4; Quill Scroll 4; Futura 3,4 (Editor); CUC 3,4; CREAD 3; GAA 1,23.4; Pep Club 1.2,3; Spanish Club 1,23; Con- cert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 2; Girls Ghrous 1; Stage Crew 2.3.4; Make-up 2.3,4; “AU My Darlings.’ " Jenny Kissed Me, " Sewing Aid 2; Office Aid. KATHY A. KIMMONS— Monitors 1; Thespians 2; Math Club 3; Sci- ence Club 3; Cinema Club 1; GAA 2; Stage Crew 13; Make-up 1; " Bard of BakerviUe High,” Lab Assistants 1,2,3. JOHN J. KISH -Student Coucncil Officer 4 (Pres.); Student Council Official 23,4; Thespians 2,3.4; National Honor Society 3,4; Home- room Rep. 2; Boys Stole; National Merit latter of Commendation; Cla« Office 2; Debate 4; Math Club 1; Science Club 1; Speech Club 4; CREAD 3; Concert Orchestra 1; Pep Band 1; Cadet Band 1; Con- cert Band I; Letterman 4; Football 2; Tennis 4; Stage Crew 2.3; " AU My Darlings,” ' Trifles. ' “A Man Called Duddy, " " Rebel Without A Cause, " Electric Shop Aid 133. MARIANNE E. KLAPKOWSKI-Monitom 3; CREAD 3; GAA 13; Pep dub I. ANDREW R. KMIEC— Student Council Rep. 1; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; Class President 23; Letterman 23,4; Soccer 3; Wrestling 133,4; Gym Aid. MARCIA L. KOVACH — Monitors 13; Typing Shorthand Awards; Y-Teens 1,2; Drill Team 1, 2,3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 2; Girls Chorus 1; English Aid 4; Library Assistant 1. MICHELLE J. KOVAL— Student Council Sec. 3; Student Council Official 3,4; Student Council Rep. 1. 2,3,4; Monitors 3; Chm Social Committee; Thespians 2.3,4; National Honor Society 3.4; Home- room Rep. 133; CREAD 3,4; Usherettes 23.4; Cinema Club 2; Health Careen 1; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 2; Girls Chorus I; " Scenario by Julian, " Office Aid 2.3,4. BILLS. KOZIX)WSKI— Monitors 3,4; Science Club 3; Conservation Club 4; ScroU 4; letterman 4; Basketball 1.23.4; Soccer 4; Baseball 13; Football 1,4; Lab Assistant 3. GREGG KRATOCHIVL- Wrestling 13. JOHN J. KRAKOWIAK — Monitors 13; Spanish Club 3,4 (Sgt at Arms); letterman 3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Track 133,4. 127 " A Time for Us” — Jr. MARYANN KUCSERA-Monitors 1.2; Attendance 3. RICH KUCSERA DEBBIE K. KUCHARSKI-GAA 1.2; Concert Orchestra 4; Pep Band 126.96.36.199; Concert Band 188.8.131.52; Marching Band I.2.3.4. KAREN A. KIJMIEGA— Monitors 184.108.40.206; Pep Club 1 Bookstore Aid 2,3,4. JAN KWOLEK JOE LABUS RUTH R. LAHNERS L1ZABETH A. LAIN Student Council Rep. 4; Monitors 4; Home- coming Football Court 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 4; Futura 4; Drill Team 2; GAA 1 ,2.3.4; Pep Club 1,3; Spanish Club 1; Mixed Glee 2; Girl Choir 2; Girl Chorus 1; Gym Akf 3,4; English Aid 4; Mat Maid 3. RANDY LAMMERTIN LAURA LATHAM REBECCA A. LAX— Concert Choir 4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 3; Girls Qiorus 1; Lab Assistants. DAVID LECYK CHERYL A. LELAND-Monitors 2.3; Typing Club 1; CUC 3; Ush- erette 2; Pep Club 1.2; Guidance Aid 2,3,4. MARK A. LEVIN-Monitore 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 1; Debate 1; Cin- ema Club 4; Letterman 3,4; Basketball 1.2,3; Baseball 220.127.116.11; Foot- ball 1.2; Gym Aid 3; English Aid 4. SUSAN G. LEWIN-Student Council Rep. 2; Thespians 3,4; Na- tional Honor Society 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Con- cert Choir 3,4; Rythmett 3; Girls Choir 2; Girls Chorus 1; Make-up 4; " Jenny Kissed Me. " " David and Lisa, " " Scenario by Julian. " Mat Maid 4; Social Studies Aid 3; Art Assistant 1,2,4. 128 Prom Theme GAYLA A. LEWIS Student Council Rep. 1 .2.3.4; Homeroom Rep. 1.23,4; Oaas VP 3; Drill Team 1; GAA 1. 2.3.4; Pep Club 18.104.22.168; Gym Aid 2; Mat Maid 133.4. CINDY L. LITTON — Monitors 2; Library Club 4; Pep Club 4; Girl Chorus 1; Library Assistant 2,4. LINDA LIVERS DOUG LOUDERMILK JANET L LUCAS— Monitor 2; National Honor Society 3.4; Ush- erettes 2; French Club 1.2; Lab Assistants 2; Library Assistants 1.2. LOUIS A. LULA— Conservation Club 13. MARTHA L. LULICH — National Honor Society 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 1,4; Sewing Club 3; Usherettes 2,4; Drill Team 133,4; Pep Club Lab Assistants; Sewing Aid. BETH A. LYNCH — Football Homecoming Court 4; Treasurer Sen- ior Class; Future 3; Y-Teens 2; CREAD 3,4; Drill Team 2.3,4 (Cap- tain); GAA 1,2,4; Clothing 13; Concert Orchestra 1,23,4; Concert Band 133,4; Dance Band 1; " All My Darlings, " " Jenny Kissed Me, " Library Assistant 4. SUSAN Y . M ACE Y— Monitors 3; Concert Choir 4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 2; Girls Chorus 1; English Aid 4; Library Assistant 2. GALL J. MA1CHER— Monitors 1,2; Homeroom Rep. 1; Future Teachers 1; Y-Teens 2; GDC 3; CREAD 3; GAA 1; Library Club 2; Pep Club 1,2; Business Club 4 (VP); Lab Assistants 2; Sewing Aid 3; Office Aid 1; Library Assistant 1. DAVID MAHNS ALLAN J. MACNAK-Conservation Club 2; Spanish Club 1.3; Pep Band 13,3; Cadet Band 1,2,3; Concert Band 1,2,3. ANNA MAM A LA— Student Council Rep. 1; Monitors 1; Daisy Mae 4; Homeroom Rep. 1; Y-Teens 1; Drill Team 1; Pep Club 1; Modern Dance Club; " Psychedelic Lollipop. ’ DORIS M. MANGERSON — Homeroom Rep. 1; GAA 13; Mixed Glee 1; Girls Choir 2. KATHY M. MANSUETO— Student Council Rep. 1,2; Monitors 1,4; Homeroom Rep. 13.4; Senior Class VP; CREAD 3; GAA 1,23,4; Pep Club 133; Gym 2.3. 129 Many Things Will Come to an End Lilac Color Picked KAREN MAS LEI I) PENNY J. MARIN ARO Drama Club I; Pep Club 1.2; Mixed Glee 3; Girls Chorus 1.2; Attendance 3.4; Nurse ' Aid I: Library Assistant IJ2. MARIAN R MAYFIELD Monitor 2.4: Thespians 4: GAA 1.2: Pep Band I; Stage Crew 3.4: Make-up 3; “Jenny Kissed Mr. " " The Open Window, " " Harvey. " Nurse ' s Aid I: lab Assistants. WILMA S. McCAHON-Student Council Rep. 1,2.3; National Honor Society 3,4; Prom Chairman 3; Homeroom Rep. 1,2; Ush- erettes 2; GAA 1 .2,3,4; Gym Aid. PATRICIA K. McLAUGHLIN— Monitors 1; Basketball Home coming Queen 3; Y-Teens 2; Drama Club 1; Drill Team 2,3,4 (Cap- tain); Concert Choir 4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 3; Girls Chorus 1. CYNTHIA M. MEAD— Student Council Rep. 1,3,4; Homeroom Rep. 1,3,4; Football Homecoming Court 3; Basketball Homecoming Court 3; Science Club 2; CREAD 3; Drill Team 2; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,3; Concert Choir 3,4; Rythmetts 2; Girls Choir 2; Girls Chorus 1; Cinderella Track Aid 2; Gym Aid 3.4; English Aid 4. ED H. ME1SSLER — AV Club 2,3; Baseball 2,3; Football 1.3. DIANE M. MICHALOWSKI Monitors 4. GENE R. MICHEL— Student Council 2,3,4; Monitors 1; Philatelic 1; Conservation Club 2,3. MARY L MILOSA YIJE VIC Student Council Rep 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Exchange Student; Future Teachers 3.4; GAA 1; Library Club 2; Concert Orchestra 1, 2.3.4; Office Aid 3,4; Nurse ' s Aid; library Assistant 1.2.3. MARION R. MINCH (JK-Qu 31 Scroll 4; Future 3,4; CREAD 3.4; Conservation Club 4; Wood Shop Club 1; Mixed Glee 2; Boys Choir 1.2; Basketball 3. JACK MINTON RENEE MI ERIK National Honor S ciety 3.4 (VP); Homeroom Rep. 3.4; Science Club 2 (Treas); Y-Teens 2; GAA 1.2; Pep Club 1,9 , 3 (Pres.); Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 3; Girls Chorus I; " Bard of Bakerville High. " lab Assistant 3.4. ALAN E. MOLDER PATTY MOLNAR 132 for Senior Cords PEGGY L MOLNAR-Sewing Club 4; Pep Club 1. BRENDA S. MOORE- ( ' READ 3.4; Pep Club 1. JANET MOORE SHARON L. MOKAKir Monitors 1.3; Pep Club 1. FRANCENE R MORES-Shorthand Typing Awards; Y-Teens I; Art Assistant 3; Office Machines Assistant 4. GWEN E. MORRIS- Monitors I; GAA 1.2; Pep Club 1.2; Mat Maid 4; Bookstore Aid 4. RICH MORRISON PATRICIA L. MUEHRER— Student Council Rep. 1.4; CUC 3,4; Chinese Club 4; CREAD 3.4; Cinema Club 1,2,3; GAA 3,4; Spanish Qub 4; Cinderella Track Aid 2; Lab Assistants 1,2. AILEEN A. MYSLIWY -Student Council Rep. 3; Thespians 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 22.214.171.124; Sewing Chib 3; Usherettes 2.3,4; Pep Club 1.2; Future Secretaries 4; Senior Banquet Chairman; Lab Assistants; Sewing Aid. BILL NABORS DEBRA S. NAFr GER -Monitors 1.2; Cinema Club 4; Girls Choir 2; Girls Chorus I. CHRISTINA E. NELSON -Student Council Rep. 1.4; Monitors 1,3; Y-Teens 2; CUC 3,4; CREAD 3; English Aid 2. CINDY NIGHTINGALE LARRY NOVAK CINDY R. ON I A— Monitors 1.2; Pep Club 2.3; Business Club 4; Sci- ence Qub 2. 133 " When’s Curfew?” MARIE E. O’DROBINAK— Student Council Rep. 3; Thespians 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Quill Scroll 4; Drama Club 2,3 (Sec.- Treas.); Usherettes 2,3,4; French Club 3.4; Stage Crew 2,3,4; " Man Called Duddy, " " Open Window, " " Sandbox,” y The Boor, " " David Lisa,” Attendance 3; Germ typist 3,4; Office Aid 2,3,4; Guidance Aid 3; Math Aid 4. DAN O’BOYLE DAN ORCUTT DON S. ORLANDO— Conservation Club 1; Letterman 3,4; Football 1 ,2,3,4. KAREN M. PACE-Monitora 23. ATHENE C. PAPPAS— Student Council Secretary 4; Student Coun- cil Rep. 13,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 13,3,4; Freshman Class Secretary; CUC 3,4; GAA 1,2; Future Secre- taries; Concert Orchestra 1,2; Pep Band 1; Cadet Band 1; Concert Band 2; Lab Assistants; English Aid 4. PAUL PARKER JERRY PARSLEY ROSEMARY PASTERNAK-Monitore 1; Pep Club 1,2; Business Chib 4 (Treas.). LORRAINE A. PETERSEN -Monitor 2; CREAD 3.4; Attendance 3; Library Assistant 1; Bookstore Aid 2.3. JAMES W. PETTIT-Hunting Fishing Club 4; Letterman 4; Foot- ball 4; Boys Choir 2. ROBERT L PETTIT DON PITTMAN DANIEL D. PIORKOWSKI— Concert Orchestra 1; Cadet Band 1; Golf 3; Football 1. CARL PIERCE 134 Is D. C. Question BARBARA A. PLASKOTA— Student Council Rep. 3.4: Monitor 2.3; Grievance Committee; Thespians 3.4: Exchange Student: Drama Club 2 (Sec. Trea .); Futura 3.4 (Bus. Mgr.); Future Teachers 3; CIJC 3.4; CREAD 3.4; Usherettes 3; GAA 126.96.36.199; Pep Club 1.2.3: Make-l ' p 2.3.4; " Jenny Kissed Me. " Cadet Teaching 3. KEVIN POLLARD KIM M. POPA— Monitors 1; Homeroom Rep. 4: Science Club 2 (Sec.); GAA I; Pep Club 1.2.3 (Sgt at Arms); Stage Crew 1: Make-up 1; " Psychedelic Lollipop. " BETH A. POTTER-Future Teachers 2.3; CUC 3.4: CREAD 3: Ush- erette 2; Drill Team 4; GAA 3; Pep Chib 1.2: Spanish Club 1.3: Stage Crew 3; Cadet Teaching 2; Library Assistant 2. CAROL POTTER RITA I. PRESN ALL— Monitors 2,4: CUC 3: Pep Club 1; Library As- sistant 1. DAVE PRUGH MIKE I. PUCALIK- Monitors 1; Graphic Arts Club 3: Football I; Wrestling 1. SHIRLEY J. PUCALIK— Monitors 1; Sewing Club 4: Typing Club 1; Sewing Aid: Bookstore Aid 3. AL REINHOLT EDGAR H. REITER -Science Club 3.4; Conservation 2: Concert Orchestra 1; letter man 4; Tennis 4: Lab Assistants 4. ROBERT REWANZ JOEL RAK — Monitors 2; Forensics 4: Speech Club 4: English Aid 4. STEVE 1. RAMSEY -Monitors 4: Wood Shop I. JEFF RASTOWSKY Seniors’ Successful BONNIE M REDLARCZYK- Monitor U Usherettes 2; GAA 1.23; Spanish Club 1 J2«3; Library Assistant 1,2. DAVID RIDENOUR CARL RIPPE JANET D. RISKIN— Student Council Rep. 2,3; Monitor 2.3; Home- room Rep. 13; Speech Club 2; Y -Teens 2; Chinese Club 4; GAA 2,3; Pep Club 1,2; (Concert Choir 4; Rythmrtt 3; Mixed Glee 3; Concert Orchestra I; Girls Choir 2; Girl Chorus I; " Psychodelic Lollipop.” JO A. RODDA-Monitor 1; CUC 4; CREAD 3; Usherettes 2; GAA 1,2; Lab Assistants 1.2,3; Guidance 4. LAURA A. ROKOSZ-Monitoni 1,2; CUC 3; CREAD 3; Usherettes 2; Pep Club 1,2; Business Club 4; Future Teacher 3; Guidance 3,4; Sewing Aid 2. BENJAMIN M. RUBIN-Student CouncU Rep. 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Rotarians; Regional Science Award 3; Chess Club 13; Science Club 3.4; Conservation Club 2; Pep Band 13,3; Cadet Band 1; Concert Band 2,3; Letterman 4; Soccer 1,2; Tenni 3,4. TOM RUBLE PATRICIA D. RU BOTTOM — National Honor Society 3,4; Future Teachers 3; CREAD 3; Drill Team 1.23.4; GAA I; Pep Club 1; Lab Assistants 3,4. VICTORIA L. RYAN-Monitors 4; Typing Club 1; CREAD 3; Ush- erettes 2,3; Scroll 1; Attendance 2; Nurse’ Aid 2.3; Library Assistant. JOANNE I. SALTANOVITZ— Student Council Treasurer 4; Student Council Official 3,4; Student Council Rep. 1.23.4; Thespians 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Girls State Alternate; Regional Science Fair Winner 13; Homeroom Rep. 133; Valedictorian; Quill Scroll 3,4; DA R Award; Letter of Commendation Winner; Debate 4; Forensics 4; Speech Club 4; CREAD 3.4; Usherettes 2,3,4; Cinema Club 2,3; GAA 133.4; Scroll 2,3,4 (Co-Editor); Make-up 133.4; " Psychedelic Lollipop, " All My Darlings, " ' The Sandbox, " Lab Assistants 133.4. JOAN M. SANDERS— Student Council Rep. 2; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 2; Futura 3; Science Club 2; Cheerleader 2,3,4 (Captain); GAA 133; Pep Club 133; Cinderella Track Aid 23; Gym Assistant 2,3; Mat Maid 2. 136 Sadie Hawkins ALAN SCHAFBllCK LARRY SCHLESSER SHARON SCHOENBORN DIANE L. SCHOONOVER— Student Council Official 4; Park Com- mittee Chairman; Future Teachers 2,3,4; Y -Teens 1,2; CUC 3; CREAD 3,4; Usherettes 2; GAA 1,2; Cadet Teaching 2; Office Aid 2; Library Assistant 1 .2.3.4. TERRI L. SCOTT— Thespians 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Girls State Delegate; Homeroom Rep. 3; Dram a 1; Cinema Club 2,3,4 (Sec.-Treaa.; VP); Concert Choir 3,4; Rythmetts 3; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 2; Girls Chorus 1; Make-up 2,3,4; " A Man Called Duddy,” " David Lisa, " " Jenny Kissed Me, " " Scenario By Julian, " Guidance Aid 4. PAMELA K. SEWARI) Typing Club 1; Business Club 4. RICHARD E. SHABI— Monitors 3; National Honor Society 3.4; Quill Scroll 3,4; Cinema Club 1.2; Scroll 2,3,4 (Editor). LISA G. SHEHIGIAN -Student Council Rep. 1; Monitors 4; Na- tional Honor Society 3,4 (Sec.); Homeroom Rep. 1,2; Quill Scroll 4; Futura 3.4; CREAD 3,4; Cheerleaders 3; GAA 1.2.3; Pep Club 1.2,3; Cadet Teaching 4; Cinderella Track Aid 2; Gym Aid 3; English Aid 4. LINDA K. SHERBIT Monitors 1.2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Cheerleader 2; GAA 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Cinderella Track Aid 2; Guidance Aid 3; Bookstore Aid 12 JERRY P. SHEVCHENKO-Monitors 12,3.4; Che Club U Letter- man 3,4; Football 3,4. DIAN E. SHOOP— Business Club 4; Office Aid 2,3.4; Bookstore Aid 3. CHERYL K. SHUTKO- Usherettes 2.3,4; Sewing Aid 1,2,3; AV Typist 2.3.4. LAURIE A. SIECKER — Businn Club I; Bookstore Aid 1.2,3. KATHLEEN P. SILLS- Pep Club 2; Guidance Aid 2. RORY S. SIMMS— Monitors 2.3,4; Sophomore Class Trea .; Home- room Rep 1; Scroll 4; la-uerman 3.4: Soccer 123,4; Football 12.3.4; Wrestling 3. 137 Prom, Banquet, and DEBBRA L. SIMMS- French Club 2,3,4 (Pres.); Pep Club 2; At- tendance Aid 3; Guidance Aid 2; Art Assistant 3. MARILYNN SKALBA-Monitors 2; Y-Teens 2; GAA 4; Pep Club 1.2,3; Mixed Glee 2; Girla Choir 2; Girls Chorus 1; Gym Aid 3. CHESTER J. SKOCZ Y LAS— Chess Club 2; French Club 1; Pep Band 1; Concert Band I. CAROL L. SKRATSKY -Student Council Rep. 1, 2,3,4; Monitors 2,3; Homeroom 1.2,4; GAA 1.2; Pep Club 1; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 2,3; Girls Chorus I; Bookstore Aid 2.3; Sewing Aid 1,2,4. CONNIE E. SMITH— Future Teachers 3; Business Club 4; Book- store Aid 3. MICHAEL L. SMITH-Homeroom Rep. 2; Lettennan 4; Football 3,4; Track 3,4. PAMEIA M. SMITH -National Honor Society 3,4; Futura 3; Cheer- leaden 2.3.4; GAA 1 ,2,3,4; Pep Club 1 .2.3.4; Spanish Club 1; Con- cert Choir 3.4; Rythmett 3; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir .2; Girls Chorus I; Cinderella Track Aid 2,3,4; Gym Aid 4; Lab Assistants 4; Mat Maid 2; Library Assistant 1. SANDRA G. SMOCK-Pep Club 2 STEVE W. SNYDER-Concert Orchestra 2; Pep Band 4; Cadet Band 4; Concert Band 4; Dance Band 1; Stage Crew 1; " Psychedelic Lollipop. " JOANNE SOLTEZ SHERRYL M. SOWULA-Pep Club 1; Bookstore Aid 1. ANTHONY D. SPEAR-National H onor Society 3,4 (Pres.) Home- room Rep. 2,3.4; Soccer 123.4; Wrestling 1. ROSEANN SPISAK-Student Council Rep. 3,4; Monitors 3; Thes- pians 2,3,4; Drama Club 1; Future Teachers 4; CUC 3; CREAD 3; Usherettes 2; Cinema Club 2; GAA 1,2; Girls Chorus 3; Stage Crew 2.3; Make-up 3,4; " David Lisa,” " All My Darlings,” Library Assist- ant 2. KATHLEEN A. SPOERNER-Student Council Rep. 2; Y-Teens 1.2; CREAD 3; Usherettes 2; English Club 2; Make-up 2,3; Nunes Aid 2; English Aid 2,3,4. KATHERINE A. STAHU-Student Council Official 3,4; Student Council Rep. 188.8.131.52; Monitors 3,4; Thespians 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 1. 2,3,4; Valedictorian; CREAD 3,4; Usherettes 2,3,4; Cinema Club 2,3 (VP); GAA 132,3,4 (VP); Girls Chorus 1; Lab Assistants 1,2.3; Sewing Aid 1; Math Assistant 2.3,4; English Aid 4; Social Studies Aid 4; Art Aid 1. 138 Tea are Speci al ALAN STANLEY RAYMOND STEFNIK DAN STEPANOVICH ALAN STEPHENS— Football 13,3,4; Track 1.23,4c Letterman PATTY M. STIVERS— Spanish Club 4. JETHRO L SUMMERS— Monitor 3; Homeroom Rep. 1; Concert Orchestra 1 ,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2; Concert Band 1, 2,3,4; Dance Band 3,4; Letterman 4; Soccer 3,4; Football 1,23,4. ROSEMARY L SWAIM-Monilors 1; Pep Chib 1; Nurses Aid 4. MICHAEL T. SWEENEY — Monitors 2,3,4; Conservation 4; Home- room Rep. 1; Football 3; English Assistant 4. JUDITH SWEET JOYCE A. TAYLOR— Monitors 1; Pep Club 1; Reading Aid 4. GAIL M. THOMAS— Monitors 4; Homeroom Rep. 4; Football Homecoming Court 3; Football Homecoming Queen 4; Basketball Homecoming Court 3; Futura 4; CREAD 3,4; Cheerleaders 3; Drill Team 2; English Club 4; GAA 1.23.4; Pep Club 1.3; Spanish Club 1; Girls Choir 2; Girls Chorus 1; Gym 1,2.3. FRANK D. THORPE Stude nt Court 3; Monitors 1; AV Club 13,3,4; Soccer 3; Football 1,2; Wrestling 1 .2,3.4. TERRI L THRALL— Monitors 2,3; Drama Club I; Pep Club 1,2; Concert Choir 4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 3; Girls Chorus 1; Stage Crew 13; Make-up 2; ' The Night of January 16, " Attendance Aid 2; Office Aid 2; Bookstore Aid. SHEREE A. TUCKER— Student Council Rep. 133; Monitors 133.4; Homeroom Rep. 13; Futura 3; Y-Teens 2; CREAD 3.4; GAA 13,3,4; Library 1; Pep Club 1,2; Concert Choir 4; Mixed Glee 2i Girls Choir 23; Girls Cnorus 1; Cinderella Track Aid 2, PATRICIA A. TURNER— Monitors 1; Future Teachers 1; Ush- erettes 2; Spanish Club 2,3,4 (Pres.); Lab Assistants 3,4; Bookstore Aid 1. 139 We’re Together for PATTY TUSKEN KATHY J. UNDERWOOD— Monitor 1 .2,3,4; Future Teacher 3; Pep Club 1A Cadet Teaching 3; Sewing Aid 4; Art Aid 1. ALFRED R. VANDERSTEEN-Monitor 4; Concert Choir 4; Con- cert Orchestra 2; Dance Band 4; Basketball 4; Track 3. JODY VAUGHN JOE VAUTER KATHY J. VERAY-Monitor 2,3.4; Drama Club 1; CREAD 3; Drill Team 3; GAA 1; Pep Club 1; Spanish Club 2; Concert Choir 3,4; Rythmctts 2; Mixed Glee 2; Girk Choir 3; Girls Chorus 2; Guid- ance Aid 2,3; Library Assistant 2; Bookstore Aid 2,3. JACKIE L WALSH— GAA 2; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 1; Girls Choir 2; Girk Chorus 1. BARBARA A. WALWORTH — Student Council Rep. 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4; Drama Club 1; Usherettes 2; Lab Assistants 2.3; , Sewing Aid 1; AV Assistant 3,4. CHERYL WANICKI JUDY L. WEAVER-Monitore 3; GAA 1,2,3; Pep Club 1; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 3; Girls Chorus 1. CAROL J. WEDDING— Student Council Rep. 1; Mo nitors 2,3; Fo- rensics 4; Latin Club 1; Drill Team 2; English Club 4; Pep Club 1; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 2; Girls Chorus 1; Make-Up 4; " David Lisa, " Cadet Teaching 4; Lab Assistants 4. PATRICIA S. WEIMER— Student Council Rep. 4; Monitors 3; CUC 3; CREAD 3,4; Usherettes 2; GAA 1; Pep Club 2.3; Spanish Club 1.2,4; Make-up 4; " Harvey,” Cadet Teaching 4. TERRY L WHEELER-AV Club 13,3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Boy Chou- 13; Lab Assistants 2,3,4. DONNA G. WHITE— Student Council Rep. 3; Homeroom Rep. 3; GAA 13.3.4; Pep Club 1.23; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 2; Girk Chorus 1; Cinderella Track Aid 2,4; Gym Assistant 3; Library Assistant 3. DENNIS R. WHITFIELD— Monitor 2. 140 the Last Time CATHY WIENING DELORES J. WISNIEWSKI- Monitors 3,4; Sewing Club 1; Typing Club 2; CUC 3; CHEAP 3; Business Club 4; (Sec.) Office Aid 2; Li- brary Assistant 3. CYNTHIA J. WOJTENA— Monitor 1.2; Future Teachers 2; Y- Teen 2; CREAD 3; Pep Qub 1,2.3; Spanish Club 1; Nurse ' s Aid 133 - JOSEPH A. WSZOI.EK— Monitors 4; Golf 1; Baseball 1; Football 1. MARYBETH T. YOKOVICH-Student Council Rep. 4; Drama Qub 23; Usherettes 3,4; French Club 4 (VP); Stage Crew 2. GARY J. YOW AYS— Student Council Rep. 1; Monitors 2; AV Club I; Chess Club 1,2; Futura 1. NANCY A. YWANOW -Student Council Rep. 3; Monitors 23; Homeroom Rep. 3; GAA 1, 2,3,4; Pep Club 133; Concert Choir 3,4; Rythmett 1; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 2; Girls Chorus 1; Cinderella Track Aid 2,3,4; Library Assistant 1. SHERRY G. ZILE Student Council Rep. 1; Monitors 1; Home- room Rep. 4; Drill Team 2,3 GAA 1,2; Pep Club 1; Busin ess Club 4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 2; Girls Chorus 1; Gym Aid 23; Mat Maid 4, Junior Class Treasurer. MONICA S. ZOLOWICZ- Business 4; Girls Chorus 1. Nineteen Hundred and Seventy-Two JUNIORS Juniors Sponsor Successful Prom At Ramada Inn in the Spring Linda Yockey, 1972 Prom Chairman says, " Please place all used flowers in here.” THE CLASS OF 1973 . . . FEATURING A FLOAT FOR HOMECOMING . . . " Can’t Stop Beating ’Em” . . . Two queen candidates . . . Mary Jo Mangone . . . and Phyllis Bond . . . PREPARING FOR COLLEGE . . . National Merit Schol- arship Qualifying Test and Scholastic Aptitude Test . . . Speak- ers from colleges . . . Trips to counselors . . . Selecting coun- selors . . . Selecting courses for the upcoming year . . . PROM . . . May 20 . . . Ramada Inn . . . Chairman, Linda Yockey . . . " Colour My World” . . . The event of the year . . .1973 CLASS OFFICERS . . . President, Jack Federoff . . . Vice- President, Brad Black . . . Secretary, Mary Tuskan . . . Treas- urer, Dave Horvath . . . Sponsors, Mrs. Jeanne Moll and Mr. Donald Kopenec. Adams, Glen Adams, Linda Ales, Danny Allen, Diane Allen, Kim Allen, William Anderson, Gary Anderson, Pal Archibald, Mike Argus, Tim Arnold, Jeanne Arrenholz, John Baccino, Jeff Baker, Debbie Baker, Jerald Baliga, Joe Balzer, Bob Barnes, Becki Barnhart, Janice Bartowski, Pam Baxter, Herold Beck, Jeff Beckman, Tina Beda, Cy Beno, Karen Benton, Carmelita Berwanger, Joan Beyer, Leonard Black. Brad Blaemire, Kevin Bish, BUI Bodnar, Sandi Boldin, Peter Bond, Jeffery Bond, Phyllis Bonnell, Greg Bonnell, Richard Boren, Susan Bradbum, Connie Bratcher, Dave Bruce, Scott Bruno, Russell Budrean, John Budreau, Peter Buehler, James Bunde, Mary Burczyk, Dolorene Burdyl, Patricia Burton, Peggy Butler, Alan Byrum, Gary Capriotti, Debra Carley, Robert Carmen, Jennifer Castleberry, Richard Chalmers, Larry Charnekar, Karla Juniors helped put the " CRUNCH” on Clark with their homecoming float. 146 147 Dziuk, Virgin ia Earl, Jonathan Eckert, Margaret Emerson, Phyllis Enslow, Leon Eppley, Jerald Fannin, Robin Faragaugh, Greg Farn, Patrick Fea, Dyanne Federoff, Jack Ference, Mark Ferguson, Pam Ferguson, Tom Ferree, Mike Flores, Dianna Forgich, George Fra in, Susan Franciski, Jaye Frazier, Carl Frechette, Debbie Freeman, Cindy Freels, Marty Fulkerson, Debbie Chon, Sandra Chorba, Betty Cichocki, Scott Clarick, Robert Clark, Pat Clark, Merrill Connell, Steve Conners, Cindy Cooper, Gary Core, Pamela Cosgrove, Daniel Courtney, Cathy Culver, Kenny Cunningham, Jackie Cunningham, Teresa Dack, Debbie Dankenbring, Richard DeGroot, Dwayne Delanche, Thomas Delano, Debbie Dembrowski, Jeffery Donahue, Denise Doss, Steve Dragoin, Robert Fuqua, Roxanne Furman, Janet Gamez, Betty Gerdich, Mark Giannini, Sandi Gibbs, Paula Goins, David Graves, Ricky Greer, Susan Grillion, Rich Harney, Terry Harney, Tom Hartmann, Julie Harvey, Janice Harvey, Nancy Haughee, Frank Hawkins, Ray Heilman, Marianne Hellinga, Jerry Hester, Peggy Hill, James Hill, Karen Hill, Mike Holstrom, Bonnie Holtz, David Homrich, Carol Horton, Adair Horvath, David Howe, Nancy Hudak, Jerry Humerickhouse, Robert Hutchinson, Diane Ince, Barbara Jacobs, Tracy Jamrose, David Jantz, Sandra Johnk, Steven Johnson, Glen Johnson, Kenneth Johnston, Carl Johnston, Vera-Kay Kaminski, Wendie Kandalec, Debbie Kapusta, Debbie Karanovich, Donna Kikalos, Liz Kikalos, Peter King, Iarry 148 Kirschieper, Mark Klen, Gregory Knoerzer, I jura Kochopolous, Dave Koontz, Steve Kopanko, Cyndi Kosanovich, Danette KoLso, Ronnie Kren, Mary Ellen Krizman, Diana Krsak, Iarry Kujawa, Sue Kunnemann, Doug Kurz, Barbara Kush, Steve Kutscher, Dave Labus, Paul Lagneau, Linda Lain, Joseph Larkin, Keith Larson, Carol Iatham, Gail Lawrence, Brian Laws, Patty Ledbetter, Maria Licciardone, Rita Limbaugh, Dave Littlejohn, Bob Ix man, I eslie Loss, Tom Lozano, Oralia Lucas, Barb I, undewall. Earl Mack, Rory Mangone, Mary Jo Manigrasso, Dave Mann, Gail Manus, Ed Maranto, Charles Mardis, Joyce Marince, Diane Marks, Margie Martell, Julie Martin, Sharon Martinez, Wanda Mason, Mike Matyi, Stephanie McAbee, Janice Kevin Blaemire, Santa Claus and his buddies provide entertainment for all at the Christmas Concert. McAbee, Hay McCaw, Vicki McCorkle, Sue McCrum, Donna McDonald. Margie McLean, Geraldine Meeks, Jeff Meeks, Tim Meier, Patti Merrick, Michele Merritt, Becky Michna, Tom Michels, George Miller, Janelle Milner, Linda Milosavljevic, Alex Mitchell, Jerry Miterko, Judy Molchan, Alan Moldraski, Mary Jo Moore, Bruce Morrison, Sidonia Morrow, Jeff Moser, Dan Mote, Cindy Muntean, Terry Murfin, Joyce Myszak, Patricia Nelson, Melissa Neubauer, Bill Nowak, Margie O ' Drobinak, Regina Omar, Mark Opachan, Karen Orcutt, Gail Oresko, John Overland, Patty Owczarzak, Patty Papesh, Phil Paquette, Dan Parsanko, Phil Paulik, Judy Pawlik, Lucy Pearson, Cliff Penzak, Joe Perry, Patty Perz, Irene Peterson, Carla Pickering, Janit Ponce, Sandra Ponce, Sylvia Potter, Wayne Prendergast, Terri Probus, Bob Proffitt, Dona Puchley, Anthony Putscher, Joyce 149 Qualls, Terry Radke, Melissa Rakoczy, Joe Ramos, Bob Rangel, Frances Redman, Shelby Resetar, Claudia Rippe, Nancy Robinson, Diana Roper, Susan Ross, Lori Ruttledge, Alan Saczawa, ' l orn Sanders, Mark Sandoval, Pete Schaade, Mark Scheffki, Larry Schoonover, Carol Schulfer, Lillian Schuster, Dan Schwertfeger, Jeff Scott, Mike Scott, Randy Sefton, Scott Serbin, David Shafer, Toni Shearon, Michael Shearer, Paul Shelton, Gary Shepp, Michael Siebert, Cheryl Silverman, Rosalie Sitnick, Deborah Skiba, Thomas Skinta, Edward Slavena, Karen Smith, David Smith, Gloria Smith, Patrick Smith, Ralph Smith, Sandra Solan, Sydella Spisak, Judith Stahl, Margie Stahl, Max Stempf, Richard Stevenson, Dennis Stivers, Terry Julie Hartmann portrays Mrs. Harper, an old biddie, in Sce- nario by Julian. Sutton, Clifford Swanson, Ron Thomas, Don Thomas, Mary Thorsky, Greg Thrasher, Bill Timmons, Dana Tobin, Colleen Tozer, Dale Trtan, Terry Turner, Cora Tuskan, Mary Upshaw, Delores Yadas, Jim Vadas, John Van Almen. Dave Van Almen, Debbie Van Buskirk, Mark Van Gorp, Ruth Vaznonis. Larry Vertucci, Dan Vido, Paul Wagoner, Ron Walker, Debbie Wantroba, Lynn Wargo, James Welch, Kevin Wendell, Jeff Whalen, John White, Ally son White, Linda Whitfield, Teresa Wiley, Kevin Wilkins, Chuch Wilkinson, Dave Williams, Devra Williams, Don Williams, Nancy Wilson, Jeff Winarski, Karen Wingard, Dave Winkley, Nancy Wise, Karen Wolters, Charles Wotkun, Marj ' Wrona, Dan Wszolek, Juliann Yaney, Joan Yarusins ky, Chuck Yerga, Kathy Yockey, Linda Yockey, Vicky Yokovich, Tom Zack, Stan Zaikis, Sue Zaja, Diana Zerkel, Mary Zilai, Kathy Zolowiez, Gabrielle Taken by suprise, Joe Lain and Jack Federoff display the sense of friendship that all juniors have. Gavit gals favorite pastime-talking on the phone. SOPHOMORES Sophs Plan Upperclass Years And Order Their Class Rings CLASS OF 1974 . . . HOMECOMING . . . Features " Pio- neers Take the Last Train to Clarksville” as float for parade . . . CLASS RINGS . . . Ordered them in November . . . Must have good standing in the class . . . Arrived in the spring . . . PROM PREPARATIONS . . . Committees selected . . . Chairman cho- sen . . . Prom site . . . Many big plans . . . 1974 CLASS OF- FICERS . . . President, Ann Michel: . . . Vice President, Lori Dalton . . . Secretary, Gail Johnson . . . Treasurer, Marion Lucas . . . Sergeant-at-Arms, Greg Barnes . . . Representatives, Denise Hines and Bill Cosgrove . . . Sponsors, Mr. Richard Clausen and Miss Karen Button. 153 ■ Aldredge, Sher Allen, Donna Amick, Garry Angelich, Bob Angelo, Kathy Anderson, Barbara Anderson, Pam Anderson, Vemall Ashby, Steve Bain, Del Balazs, Christine Baldon, Donna Banks, Carol Basham, Nancy Batchelor, Steve Bauer, George Beardsley, John Bechtel, Janet Bechman, Matt Bednar, Karen Beezie, Rich Benda, Bill Beno, Barbie Bibzak, Linda Bindas, Metro Bish, Gloria Blaine, Amy Blank, Jerry Blankenship, Rich Blosky, Mark Blastic, Dave Bogucki, Tom Boland, Collen Boldin, Pat Borst, Ken Bratcher, Vickie Bratton, Dave Brock, Nancy Brown, Scott Brown, Wanda Buchman, Lee Buehler, Linda Budrean, Mary Ann Burress, Diana By rum, Dave Callahan, Kevin Cantrell, Lori Carmen, Barbara Casper, Douglas Cave, Nancy Chant, Timothy Sophmore girls participate in the rough and tough sport of Chenault, Mitchell field hockey. Chrisney, Bob Chumbley, Laura Clarich, Barbara Clark, Kathy Clark, Todd Cofran, Kurt Cooley, Tracy Cosgrove, Bill Coto, Jay Cowan, Joanv Crisan, Cha rles Croft, Colleen Cross, Donald Cryer, Linda Culver, David Cunningham, Bill Cutter, Vickie Sophmores attempt to use their vocal talents at the Christmas Concert. Czuba, Vicki Dalton, Lori Daniels, Douglas David, Linda Davidson, Tina Davis, Tomi Dawson, Leslie Dean, Joseph Demkovich, Paul Denning, Denise Devore, Pam Dollinar, Debbie Dorsey, Rich Drabenstat, Gloria Driscoll, Margaret Drudge, Carilyn Drudge, Marilyn Dukes, Kimberly Dutz, Susanne Eagon, Patricia Earl, Jeff Earl, Judy Earle, Victoria Eckert, Tina Eder, Tom Edmond, Bernice Elliott, Nancy Erb, Cheryl Esgate, Margaret Facen, Shelly Faught, Bishop Faulkney, Kevin Ferry, Rose Feuerbach, Allen Foor, Joan Ford, Chris Fortenbury, Peggy Foster, Dave Frazer, Karen Freeman, Darrell Galovic, Bob Galovic, Dave Gamez, John Garcia, Bonnie Genovesi, Sharon Gerald, Robert Geurts, Janice Ghormley, Mike 155 . . . I like yours better . . . Class Rings— 1974 Gibbs, Steve Gibson, Fred Gibson, Joe Gonzales, Julian Graczyk, Bob Glass, Janise Gray, Mary Greer, Brenda Gruski, Karen Haack, Robin Hamilton, Pa t Hamm, Dave Hammond, Cathy Hanas, Dave Harrington, Polly Ernest, Harwell Hawkins, Kim Hendrick, John Heglin, Kim Hertzfeldt, Anita Hill, Concella Hines, Debbie Hines, Denise Hoffman, Patty Hoge, Dave Hooks, Jo lloolehan. Bob Houk, Debra Housely, Diane Hummerick house, Pam Hurd, Mary Hussey, Jim Hutsler, Terry Jarman, Linda Johnson, Gail Johnson, Jeff Johnson, Mark Johnson, Sheila Jones, Phil Jones, Terry Judson, John Kaczka, Amy Kartz, Vicky Kikalos, Guy Keist, Mike Klisurich, Debbie Kmiec, David Knapik, Mary Knoche, Ken Kochopolous, Harold Koemer, Lois Kolas, Roy Kantor, Tom Korpella, Bob Kucharski, Joseph Lain, Melissa Laskiran, George laws, Jackie Laws, Joanne laws, Joyce Iazzell, Robert Lee, Amy Lee Michael Lessaro, Nancy I-ewellen, Billie IJnsenman, Denise Linville, Betty Lipa, Elaine Livingston, James Long, Tom Ijoudermilk, Reggie Ixmis, Gennette Love, Richard Lozano, Martha Lucas, Marian Lucka, Larry Mahns, Lome Malloy, Dan Martin, Roxanne McCahon, Rea McCarty, Deborah McCay, Linda McDaniels, Mitzi McGaha, Joyce Sophs show their pep at B-Team football game. Mclaughlin, Tom McMahon, Francis Meier, Sharon Melton, Judy Michels, Ann Milne, Dave Minton, Debbie Mis, Ron Mitchell, Rita Mitchell, Robin Molder, Carol Moore, Cathy Moore, Randy Moore, Ten Muir, Kathy Musser, Scott Nagel, Jim Narue, Lynette Neubauer, Dave Novotney, Mary Oboy, Dave O ' Donnell, Kris Opachan, Kathy Ortega, Ron 157 Orzechowicz, Diane Otto, Sharon Pajak, Patti Palmer LuWanna Pankowski, Carol Peckenpaugh, Kathy Penczak, Isabelle Perry, Bruce Petro, Nancy Peyton, Richard Pexton, Tammy Podgomy, Pam Prusiecki, Susan Purnell, Judy Rada, Art Ramsey, Debbie Ramsey, Iinda Rausch, Jody Ray, Harold Ready, Becky Reba, Natalie Reiter, Heidi Riley, Tom Rodovich, Andrea Amy Lee portrays the maid in the Gavit Fall play, " Harvey.” Rokosz, Brenda Royal, Judy Rozgony, John Rybecki, Linda Rytel, Chris Saboff, Leslee Sakelaris, Jim Salczyhski, Ed Sandoval, Debbie Schofbuch, Wayne Schoenfelt, Ed Schwab, Tom Scieska, Jim Searcy, Monica Sciortino, Toni Seiden, Virginia Shantz, Tom Sheaks, Dave Shelton, Tim Shultman, Tamara Shutko, Doris Simmons, Connie Skiba, Chris Skinta, Mary Slavena, Diane Smith, Carol Smith, Denise Smith, Donna Smith, Jack Smith, lisa Smart, Sharon Smith, Sherri Spak, Andrew Sobak, Louis Stahl, Robert Stohura, Joseph 158 Stein, Joanie Stemp, Laura Stewart, Chris Sudicky, Andrew Sullivan, Linda Summers, Matt Sutherland, Kathy Swafford, Pat Sweeney, Denise Sweet, Earl Taroli, Jeff Templeton, Tom Thomsherry, Vicki Thorpe, Jack Thorpe, Philip Thrall, Ray Thrall, Sharon Timmons, Laurence Tossing, Wayne Tracy, Kerry Turner, Dennis Turnpaugh, Sue Tysing, Linda Van Busk irk, Lori Vandersteen, Cheri Vanderstein, Terry Vargo, Ed Vater, Tom Ventimiglia, Jeanette Venturi ni, Annette Veray, Florence Victor, Mike Walge, Jack Walla ce, Margie Webb, Carmell Welman, Gale Wendlinger, Gary Greg, White Will kinson, Joel Williams, Dawn Williams, Laura Wilson, Scott Winkler, Jackie Wise, Sharon Wiseley, Robbin Wolenty, Ron Woomer, Donna Wright, Pat Wurtzbacher, Diane Yokovich, Jeff York, Pat Zaborski, Greg Zack, Sherry Zancy, Dan Zencka, Cindy Sophomore cheerleaders Vicki Thornsberry, Lori Mahns, and Debbie Hines ex- change greetings before a B-team football game. 159 FRESHMEN Freshmen Begin on Right Foot; Take 1st Place at Homecoming CLASS OF 1975 . . . Finally Making it to high school . . . Their first Homecoming ... A victory for them and the team . . . First place in float competition . . . " Glad-bag the Pio- neers” . . . Congratulations ... A CANDY SALES . . . More money for future plans . . . The most money made in Gavit his- tory . . . An enthusiastic class . . . Seventy-five . . . Loud and Alive . . . 1975 CLASS OFFICERS . . . President, Art Labus . . . Vice-President, Pam Stephens . . . Secretary, Eydie Parsley . . . Treasurer, Sue Pomplin . . . Sponsors, Mr. Richard Willis and Mrs. Laurel Weiss. 161 Kathy Krsak portrays Coach Quinn as she leads her " team " to victory. Adams, Jim Adams, Chuck Adams, Nancy Allen, Susan Anderson, Debbie Anderson, Donna Bachmann, John Bailey, Kim Baldon, Ronna Banka, Karen Bartnik, Debbie Barton, Heidi Batchelor, Ken Bearby, Mark Bechtel, Stephen Bell, Sheryl Bergstrom, Carl Berwanger, Susan Biancardi, Peggy Bisby, Dan Blaine, Christy Blastic, Michalene Blumenhagen, Jim Bobrowski, David Bond, Randy Bonnell, Cecil Borgetti, Lucy Borgman, Amy Bossinger, Alice Boyd, Melvin Bradley, Diane Bratton, Dan Brightenball, John Bruno, Mark Buckman, Gordon Bugajski, Mary Buksar, Cindy Burgess, Deetta Butler, Bob Butler, Cindy Byrum, Judy Callahan, Mike Carroll, Suzanne Castleberry, Patti Chamekar, Anita Chinn, Dennis Chivington, Carol Chuely, Joe Chuely, Joe Cichocki, Jill Clark, Yvonne Collins, Tim Coter, Bob Colo, Ray Courtney, Karen Croft, Becky Cristwell, Jim 162 Dark, Julie Daniels, Evelyn Davis, Donna Davis, Gary Davis, Margie Depian, Tim Delaney, Janice Demkovich, Ruth Detterline, Debra Dimus, Kevin Dittrich, Cindy Dittrich, Debbie Dockery, Tina Donahue, Tom Downey, Randy Dudzik, Janet Earle, Harold Edens, Sandra Egglebrecht, Greg Eldridge, Francis Ellison, Carolyn Ellison, Jacklyn Ellison, Jeralyn Ellison, Marilyn Erb, Loria Facen, Ricky Faden, David Farabough, Mary Fendress, Dennis Ferguson, Marie Ferguson, Sue Ferrini, Perry Fields, Richard Fields, Sandy Flagg, Wanda Flint, John Fogarty, Geri Fulkerson, W ' illis Fullgraf, Sharon Fuque, Joseph Furman, Ronald Gadberij, Allan Ganz, Mark Gargano, Lynda Geary, Michael Giotte, Dave Goodpaster, Mark Graayheck, Del Graczyk, Cindy Graczyk, Tom Graves, Harley Gray, Robert Grillion, Sandra Halal, Joseph Hale, James Haleman, Dave Hanas, Mike lianas, Phil Harar, Geraldine Harreld, Pam Harrigan, Susan Harris, Judy Harvey, Cheryl Harwell, Lacy Hatch, Michelle Hawkins, Sharon Hawkins, Teresa Headrick, Robert Hedrick, Melissa Henderson, Brian Henry, Ronald Herbst, Donald 163 Susan Hester Terri Hoffman Joe Holder Terry Homcho Sue Homrich Virginia Hotaling Joyce Houk Marilyn Hric Dan Hudnall Gini Hufnagal Jeanne Hurd Sharon Irminger Melanie Jackim Roger Jackson Marilyn Janik Tim Janiga Jay Jankowski Karen Jarmen Jill Jarnecke IiOui.se Jezuit Nancy Johnk Jim Johnson Jo Ellen Johnson Joey Johnson Freshmen couples enjoy themselves at the Sadie Hawkins Dance Jack Jones Ron Jones Sherry Jones Peter Judson Helen Juratich Brenda Jurich Evelyn Kaczmarczyk John Kapec Nick Kapusta Judy Kasprzycki Biel Kaytor Shirley Kazmer Cathy Kellar Carl Keller Freddy Kessler Grace Klapkowski Maurice Klefeker Linnae Klisiak Janet Knight Rita Knight Karen Kolarczyk Jim Komens Rich Korem Ron Korpella 164 Nancy Kovacik Jen-) 1 Korialsky Kathy Krsak Susan Kruto Donna Kuglar Melanie Kujawa Kathy Kulka Dave Kurz Art Labus Sheena Iain Doug I at ha m Jeff Lawley Becky lax Juanita I»zano Kathy Ledbetter Kathy Lewis Charles Lindall Charlene Litton Debbie Litton Melanie Lock Craig Lucht Richard Lucka Mike Lulich Sharon Leith David Luttrell Gerald Mack Nancy Mack Mark Macnack Bill Mangerson Richard Manns Cindy Manus Susan Manus Darlene Manyak Linda Maranto Deedee Markley Pat Marlin Ruth Maruscha Darrell Mason Melanie Mayfield Tina Mazany Dennis Maze Barbara McAbee Richard McAbee Robert McCarty Bethann McCoy Nicky McDaniel Cathy McLaughlin Diane McMahon Becky Medwetz Cindy Michelin Jim Michels Andrea Middleton Paula Mincheski Kristy Mitchell Gay Mizerik Charles Mysliwy Dotty Mysliwy James Neal James Nightengale JoEUen Nowar zyk Debby Opasik James Oresko Keith Orze Dave Orzechowicz Jeffrey Ossanna Patricia Ovaert Terry Pace Denise Palfi Toni Palmer Joyce Pandak Sue Papesk Judy Parsanko lOD Loud and Alive”— Class of 1975. Eydie Parsley Alice Paulik Ron Pawlik Mark Pawlowski Ed Pawlus Brenda Peckenpaugh Linda Pennington Catherine Perrin Tony Perrin Dale Perry Nancy Perry Dennis Pettit Carrie Peyton Jackie Pietrzak Dave Pineda Jeffrey Poludniak Nancy Polys Susan Pompline Danny Poole Kathy Potter Sheila Powers Nancy Probus Beverly Pyle Melody Quails Pam Ramsey Randy Rapchak Jim Rastovsky Brian Rathborn Monica Ray Terry Rediarczyk Debra Richardson Amy Roberts Connie Rogers Ray Rokaaz Bob Roper Kathy Rosinski Rhonda Ross Deena Royer Alice Rubin Bob Russell Connie Saczawa David Salle Sue Salle Jim Saltanovitz Dave Satterfield Sue Scheffki Kathy Schlesser Judy Schoenborn Dave Schroeter Dave Schuster Dennis Scott Laurie Sefton Glen Shantz Lori Shearon Ruben Shehigan Art Shelbome Ken Sherrick Bill Shrophire Susan Siebert Dean Simms Sherri Simms Dale Skalba Cindy Skorupa 166 Joe Slaven Ed Smaron Barb Smith Patricia Smith Scott Smith Cathy Smock Karen Solon Kathleen Solon Jed Stahl Pam Stahl Donna Stepanovich Peggy Stephan Pam Stephens Mary Stevens Ginger Stoff regen Robert Stout Kimberlee Sweeney Greg Taroli John Tatusko Greg Taylor Desiree Thomas Judi Thomas Kim Thomas Shaun Thorpe Mona Thrall Elizabeth Tinsley Carlos Tite Brenda Townes Pat Tozer Deborah Treadaway Thomas Tuskan Monica Underwood Joan Undi Randall Vanvynckt Paul Walker Chris Wantroba Susan Welch Bruce Weliky Kurt Werth Wanda Williams Brenda Wilson Jeff Wilson Rick Winkler Heidi Witter John Wotkun Cindy Wrona Theresa Wszolek Nelson Wynn David Yandell Sandra Zack Chris Zacney Pam Zerkel Greg Zite The freshmen show their pep by cheering for the basketball team. Would You Believe??? Would you believe . . . Mr. Chintis, cool calm and collected . . . Paul Concialdi teaching gov- ernment . . . Mr. " Larry” DeBoer checking on his " pee-pul” and handing out " rinky-dink” sum- mons . . . Seniors turning eighteen and being responsible enough to vote . . . mature members of the Gass of 1972 keeping quiet at a basketball game ... a severe weather drill, or student protest, call it what you want . . . Joe Labus chuckling down 22 dips while over 100 dips watch . . . And A Special Thanks . to our advisor, Mr. ' Moon’ Mullins, whose hard work and encour- agement helped us to put out this yearbook, with his little bits of " You must be kidding”, or " I don’t believe it.” ... to all of our teams for their fine record upholding the Gavit name ... to the students for their support and spirit ... to Harry Dudzik, our fantastic phon- tographer, who did the photogra- phy for the Futura, and who came up with so many ideas for " differ- ent” pictures ... to the custodians for keeping the halls and wash- rooms clean . . . and to our terrific and diligent faculty, whose concern for the student was overwhelming . . . Thanks again! ADVERTISING " Don’t squeeze the Charmin!” says stockboy to Mer and Athene. BURGER’S 3 Locations to Serve You Ridge Road 6529 Columbia Ave. 1830 45th Street and State Line Hammond Munster Melanie Mayfield. Kim Allen A W Liz Hrapek. 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You have to make the good time yourself, take the little times and make them into big times, and save the itmes that are all right for the ones that aren’t so good. —Rod McKuen When something ends, something new always begins. 186 Pam Kessler, Diane Gamez, Sheree Tucker ARBY’S A SANDWICH TO FIT YOUR SIZE 7343 Indianapolis Blvd. Hammond, Indiana 845-0700 Super Regular Junior Cheese Who’s Side Are You On, Anyway? 189 All School Index Achoke, Art, 68 Adams, Charles, 162 Adams, Glen, 146 Adams, Linda, 104, 109, 146 Adams, Jim, 162 Adams, Nancy, 104, 162 Alb, Thomas, 88, 118 Aldredge, Sherry, 106, 154 Allee, Rodney, 162 Allen, Diane Marie, 146 Allen, Donna Jo, 104, 154 Allen, Kim, 73, 85, 101, 109, 146, 173, 198, 199, 200 Allen, Meredith, 100, 102, 103, 109, 118, 172, 198, 199, 200 Allen, Susan, 103, 162 Allen, William, 146 Ales, Donna, 118 Ales, Dan, 146 Alexanderson, Dave, 118 Amick, Gary, 104, 154 Anderson, Barbara, 104, 154 Anderson, Debbie, 162 Anderson, Donna, 162 Anderson, Gary, 146 Anderson, Michael, 118 Anderson, Pamela, 154 Anderson, Patricia, 146 Anderson, Sue, 103, 118 Anderson, Vernell, 101, 102, 108, 154 Angelich, Robert, 154 Angelo, Kathy, 154 Archie, Sue, 104, 111, 118 Archibald, Mike, 146 Argus, Tim, 146 Arnold, Jeane, 146 Arrenholtz, Steven, 162 Ashby, Steve, 113, 154 Austgen, Marcus, 1 18 Baccino, Jeff, 146 Bach, Greg, 162 Bachman, John, 162 Bailey, Dawn, 146 Baily, Kim, 162 Bain, Del, 154 Bajusz, Tim, 68, 162 Baker, Cathy, 162 Baker, Debra, 104, 146 Baker, Jerald, 146 Balaz, Christy, 154 Baldon, Donna, 154 Baldon, Ronna, 162 Baliga, Joe, 75, 146 Ballard, Jolene, 104, 118 Balucki, Mark, 118 Balzer, Bob, 109, 146 Balzer, Chris, 162 Banka, Karen, 162 Banks, Caroll, 154 Barnes, Becki, 146 Barnes, Greg, 152 Barnhart, Janice, 104, 109, 146 Bartowski, Pam, 109, 146 Bartnik, Debra, 162 Bartnik, Patricia, 111, 118 Barton, Heidi, 162 Barley, Pam, 102, 1 18 Basanda, Susan, 103, 104, 107, 118 Basile, Tony, 118 Barnes, Chuck, 118 Basham, Nancy, 154 Basham, Pam, 104, 118 Batchelor, Ken, 162 Batchelor, Regina, 102, 118 Batchelor, Steve, 64, 109, 154 Baur, Georgie, 154 Baxter, Harold, 146 Baxter, Stephanie, 162 Bearby, Mark, 162 Beardsley, Johnny, 104, 154 Bechtal, Janet, 154 Bechtel, Steve, 104, 162 Bechtel, Mark, 70, 104, 118, 183 Beckman, Matthew, 154 Beck, Jeff, 146 Beckman, Tina, 146 Beda, Cy, 104, 146 Bednar, Caren, 154 Beezie, Richard, 154 Bell, Cheryl, 162 Bell, David, 73 Benda, William, 154 Beno, Barbie, 154 Beno, Karen, 146 Benko, Carolyn, 103, 119 Benton, Carmelita, 146 Bergstrom, Carl, 60, 68, 103, 162, 183 Bergstrom, Paul, 59, 73, 111, 119 Bermen, Maria, 162 Berwanger, Joan, 108, 111, 146 Berwanger, Susan, 162 Beverly, Ricky, 162 Beyer, Lenerd, 146 Biancardi, Margaret, 162 Biancardi, Joseph, 119 Bibzak, Linda, 154 Biederstadt, Matthew, 162 Bielat, Nancy, 119 Billen, Karen, 119 Bindas, Metro, 111, 154 Bisbce, Dan, 60, 62, 64, 162 Bisbee, Judy, 119 Bish, Gloria, 154 Bish, William, 146 Bland, Chris, 119 Black, Brad, 72, 113, 146 Blaine, Amy, 104, 154 Blaemire, Kevin, 146 Blaine, Christy, 106, 162 Blank, Jerry, 106, 154 Blankenship, Richard, 154 Blastic, Dave, 59, 154 Blastic, Michalene, 162 Blosky, Mark, 154 Blumenhagen, James, 101, 162 Bobrowski, David, 101, 162 Bodnar, Sandy, 108, 146 Bogucki, Barry, 119 Bogucki, Thomas, 106, 154 Boland, Colleen, 104, 154 Boldin, David, 162 Boldin, Pat, 154 Boldin, Pete Jr., 73, 101, 103 Bond, Jeffrey, 59, 146 Bond, Phyllis, 91, 93 Bond, Randy, 60, 64, 162 Bonnell, Cecil, 162 Bonnell, Gregory, 146 Bonnell, Richard, 146 Borgetti, Lucille, 162 Borst, Kenny, 154 Borgman, Amy, 162 Bortz, Pam, 104, 119 Boren, Sue, 146 Boren, Tony, 119 Bom, Bill, 119 Bossinger, Alice, 162 Boyd, Melvin, 162 Boyer, Kenny, 162 Bradburn, Connie, 103, 146 Bradley, Diane, 104, 162 Bowells, Lucy, 136 Bratcher, Dave, 146 Bratcher, Vicki, 154 Bratton, Daniel, 162 Bratton, Dave, 104, 154 Braxton, Tom, 103, 106, 113, 119 Breidenbaugh, John, 109, 162 Brock, Nancy, 104, 154 Brock, Paul, 104, 162 Brotherton, Jean, 120 Brower, Dennis, 120 Brown, Scott, 113, 154 Brown, Wanda, 108, 154 Brace, Kevin, 120 Brace, Scott, 146 Bruno, Mark, 162 Buckman, Gordon, 162 Buchman, Lee, 154 Buckman, Guy, 120 Budrean, Mary, 154 Budrean, John, 146 Budreau, Pete, 59, 66, 111, 146 Buehler, James, 146 Buehler, Linda, 154 Bugajski, Mary, 162 Buksar, Cindy, 104, 162 Bunde, Mary, 101, 103, 108, 111 Burdyl, Patricia, 78, 103, 111 Burfield, Timothy, 162 Burgess, Donetta, 162 Burr ess, Diana, 154 Bush, Gordon, 162 190 Butler, Bob, 162 Butler, Cindy, 162 Byrum, David, 154 Byrum, Gary, 108 Byrum, Judy, 162 Call, Janet, 120 Call, Janice, 120 Callahan, Kevin, 154 Callahan, Michael, 60, 64, 162 Camp, Diane, 104, 120 Canon, Perry, 162 Cannon, Tom, 120 Cantrell, Lori, 154 Carpenter, Janice, 162 Cappriotti, Debbie, 147 Carmen, Barbara, 154 Carmen, Jill, 102, 103, 120 Carroll, Danny, 120 Carroll, Suzanne, 162 Carter, Debbi, 104, 120 Carter, Jimi, 103, 162 Carver, Karen, 120 Casper, Douglas, 64, 154 Castetter, Curtis, 103, 120 Castleberry, Patty, 162 Castleberry, Richard, 64, 104, 147 Cave, Nancy, 154 Certa, Debbi, 102, 120 Chalmers, Larry, 147 Chant, Jerry, 120 Chant, Tim, 154 Chamekar, Carla, 147 Chenault, Mitch, 59, 154 Chin, Dennis, 162 Chivington, Carol, 162 Chon, Sandra, 147 Chorba, Betty, 104, 147 Chinn, Patty, 120 Chrisney, Robert, 104, 154 Chudy, Patrick, 162 Chelvy, Joe, 162 Chumbley, Laura, 107, 154 Cichocki, Jill, 162 Cichocki, Scott, 147 Ciesla, Terri, 106, 108, 109, 120 Clarich, Barb, 154 Clarich, Robert, 147 Clark, Kathy, 154 Clark, Laurie, 162 Clark, Merrill, 61, 68, 74, 75, 111, 147 Clark, Pat, 147 Clark, Todd, 106, 154 Clark, Richard, 120 Clark, Yvonne, 162 Cofer, Bob, 60, 162 Cofer, Mike, 121 Cofran, Kurt, 154 Collins, Linda, 121 Collins, Timothy, 162 Compton, Nancy, 121 Concialdi, Paul, 59, 66, 103, 111, 121 Connell, Lawrence, 121 Connell, Steve, 147 Connors, Cindy, 102, 103, 104, 147 Cooley, Donna, 78, 103 Cooley, Tracy, 108, 154 Cooper, Gary, 101, 146 Core, Pamela, 102, 146 Cosgrove, Bill, 64, 152, 154 Cosgrove, Dan 146 Coto, Jay, 155 Coto, Kathleen, 121 Coto, Raymond, 162 Courtney, Catherine, 103, 146 Courtney, Karen, 162 Cowan, Jonni, 155 Craft, Rebecca, 162 Craft, Steve, 121 Craig, John, 121 Craaybeek, Del, 60, 162 Crisan, Charles, 155 Cristwell, James, 103, 162 Crook, Gloria. 109 Croft, Colleen, 155 Cross, Diana, 62, 111, 121 Cross, Donald, 155 Cryer, Linda, 108, 155 Cidver, Dave, 155 Cunningham, Bill, 155 Cunningham, Jackie, 102 Cutler, Vickey, 155 Czech, Stanley, 121 Czuba, Victor Dack, Julie, 163 Dalton, Lori, 103, 111, 152, 155 Daniels, Doug, 155 Daniels, Evelyn, 163 Daniels, Gerald, 121 Dankenbring, Gerry, 73, 101, 111, 122 Dankenbring, Richard, 64, 106 David, Jeff, 109, 113, 122 David, Linda, 104, 109, 155 Davidson, Tina, 155 Davis, Barry, 104, 122 Davis, Donna, 163 Davis, Gary, 64, 163 Davis, Margie, 163 Davis, Toni, 155 Dawson, Leslie, 155 Dean, Joseph, 155 DeBok, Debbie, 122 Dechon, Cathy, 102, 122 Dechon, Margaret, 78, 103, 122 Degnan, Mark, 122 Degnan, Timothy, 64, 163 Delache, Tom, 146 Delaney, Janice, 163 Demkovich, Paul, 104, 106, 155 Demkovich, Ruth, 163 Denning, Denise, 78, 102, 106, 155 Detterline, Debra, 104, 163 Devore, Pam, 155 Diehl, Randy, 103, 104, 122 Dillon, Sue, 122 Dimos, Kevin, 163 Dimos, Rory, 122 Dittrich, Cynthia, 163 Dittrich, Debbie, 163 Dockery, Karen, 103, 122 Dockery, Tina, 163 Dollinar, Debbie, 155 Donaghey, Tom, 122 Donahue, Denise, 102 Donahue, Thomas, 163 Dorge, Irma, 122 Dorsey, Richard, 155 Dorsey, Thomas, 122 Douthett, Jo Ann, 102, 104, 123 Douville, Beverly, 123 Downey, Randy, 104, 163 Downey, Sandy, 123 Drabensot, Gloria, 155 Driscall, Margaret, 155 Drudge, Carolyn, 102, 111, 155 Drudge, Marilyn, 107, 108, 111, 155 Dudzik, Janet, 163 Duffala, Jacqueline, 123 Dukes, Kimberly, 104, 107, 108, 155 Dutz, Darlene, 123 Dutz, Susanna, 155 Dwars, Tom, 123 Duzuik, Ray, 108, 123 Eagan. Patty, 106, 155 Eagan, Tom, 123 Earl, Gerald, 123 Earl, Jeffery, 155 Earl, Joe, 103 Earl, Judy, 155 Earle, Harold, 163 Earle, Victoria, 100, 101, 155 Early, Jeanne, 103, 116, 123 Early, Jennifer, 103, 123 Eckert, Tina, 155 Edens, Sandra, 163 Eder, Thomas, 155 Edmond, Bernice, 155 Eggebrecht, Greg, 163 Eldridge, Frances, 163 Elkins, Robin, 103, 104, 123 Ellison, Carolyn, 102, 103, 163 Ellison, Jacklyn, 163 Ellison, Jeralyn, 163 Ellison, Marilyn, 103, 163 Elliott, Nancy, 78, 107, 155 Enslow, Eugene, 64, 109 Enslow, Leon, 64, 109 Erb, Cheryl, 155 Erb, Loria, 109, 163 Esgate, Margaret, 104, 106, 107, 155 Evak, John, 155 Facen, Ricky, 163 Facen, Shelly, 102, 108, 111, 155 Faden, David, 163 Farabaugh, Mary, 163 Farmer, Caryn, 123 Faught, Bishop, 155 Faulkner, Kevin, 109, 155 Federoff, Jack, 75, 151 Fentress, Dennis, 163 Ferguson, Marie, 102, 163 Ferguson, Mike, 123 Ferguson, Pamela, 102, 104 Ferguson, Sue, 163 Ferguson, Thomas, 59 Ferrini, Perry, 163 Ferry, Rosie, 103, 155 Feuerbach, Alan, 155 Fields, Richard, 163 Fields, Sandra, 163 Fifer, Frank, 64 Flagg, Wanda, 163 Flener, Tim, 6, 59, 72, 73, 123 Flint, John, 163 Fogarty, Gerilyn, 163 Fogarty, Julie, 124 Fogarty, Suzanne, 124 Foor, Joan, 155 Ford, Christopher, 68 Ford, Dan, 72, 73, 103, 111, 124 Forgich, Gregory, 103 Fortenbury, Peggy, 155 Foster, Dave, 155 Fowdy, Trudy, 124 Frayer, Karen, 155 Freels, Catherine, 111, 124, 198, 199, 200 Freels, Martin, 64, 72 191 Freeman, Dan, 68 Freeman, Darrell, 155 Frye, Joseph, 124 Fulkerson, Willis, 60, 163 Fullgraf, Sharon, 103, 163 Fullgraf, Thomas, 108, 124 Furlic, Robert, 107, 124 Furman, Phillip, 124 Furman, Ronald, 163 Fuqua, Joseph, 104, 163 Gadberry, Allan, 104, 163 Galovic, Bob, 155, 176 Galovich, David, 59, 68, 155 Gamez, Diane, 124, 187 Gamez, Johnny, 64, 155 Ganz, Mark, 163 Garcia, Bonnie, 155 Gargano, Anthony, 124 Gargano, Lynda, 104, 163 Geary, Michael, 60, 68, 163 Genovesi, Sharon, 155 Gerald, Robert, 155 Geurts, Jane Ann, 102, 124 Geurts, Jo-Ann, 104, 155 Ghormley, Mike, 155 Gianni, Sandi, 93 Gibbs, Paula, 100, 102, 103, 200 Gibbs, Steve, 155 Gibson, Freddy, 156 Gibson, Joseph, 109, 156 Giger, Frank, 60 Giotte, Dave, 68, 163 Glass, Janise, 156 Gombus, Laure, 124 Gonzales, Julian, 104, 108, 156 Goodpaster, Mark, 163 Grass, Janise, 108 Graczyk, Robert, 59, 66 1 56 Graczyk, Cindy, 163 Graszyk, Tom, 163 Graves, Harley, 163 Graves, Ricky, 147 Gray, Donald, 104, 124 Gray, Mary, 104, 111, 156 Gray, Robert, 60, 104, 163 Greer, Sue, 104 Greer, Brenda, 109, 156 Griffith, Connie, 101 GrUlion, Sandra, 104, 163 Gulasy, Pamela, 104, 124 Gurski, Karen, 106, 156 Gutowsky, Victor, 104, 125 Gyure, Judy, 124 Guzzo, Jani, 156 Haack, Robin, 104, 156 Hadu, Martin, 111, 125 Halal, Joseph, 163 Hale, James, 163 Haleman, Dave, 163 Hamilton, Patricia, 156 Hamm, David, 156 Hammond, Cathleen, 111, 156 Hanas, David, 59, 64, 156 Hanas, Mike, 60, 163 Hanas, Phil, 68, 163 Hanas, Stephen, 59, 111, 125 Handsen, Kathleen, 125 Hanson, Edward, 125 192 Harongody, Jim, 125 Harreld, Pam, 163 Harrigan, Mike, 107, 113, 125 Harrigan, Susan, 106, 163 Harrington, Polly, 104, 156 Harris, Judy, 163 Hartmann, Julie, 101, 104, 109, 150 Harvey, Cheryl, 163 Harwell, Ernie, 156 Harwell, Lacy, 163 Hasmer, Grover, 125 Hastings, Steve, 72, 73, 104 Hatch, Michelle, 163 Havlin, Willis, 156 Hawkins, Barbara, 102, 111, 125 Hawkins, Kimberly, 104, 156 Hawkins, Raymond, 72, 73, 111 Hawkins, Sharon, 163 Hawkins, Theresa, 102, 108, 163 Hayne, Webb, 70, 71, 111, 125 Headrick, Robert, 163 Hebda, Larry, 73, 104, 109, 125 Hedrick, Joan, 156 Hedrick, Melissa, 163 Heglin, Kimberly, 156 Hellinga, Jerry, 59 Heilman, Marianne, 106 Henderson, Brian, 163 Henry, Ronald, 101, 163 Herbst, Donald, 108, 163 Hertzfeldt, Almira, 125 Hertzfeldt, Anita, 156 Hester, Peggy, 101, 103, 108 Hester, Susan, 106, 164 Hill, Consella, 108, 156 Hill, Karen, 104, 109 Hill, Kent, 64, 109, 125, 175 Hines, Debra, 103, 156, 159 Hines, Denise, 103, 152, 156 Hines, Donna, 78, 103, 106, 126, 183 Hippel, John, 126 Hodges, Anita, 126 Hoffman, Jeri, 164 Hoffman, Patricia, 78, 103, 156 Hoffmann, Barbara, 103, 126 Hoge, David, 156 Hoge, Herm, 22, 72, 73, 104, 126 Hojnacki, Irvin, 126 Holder, Joe, 164 Holeman, David, 104 Holtz, David, 148 Homcho, Terry, 164 Homrich, Carol, 148 Homrich, Mike, 109, 126 Homrich, Susan, 164 Hooks, Joseph, 156 Horton, Adair, 148 Horvath, David, 59, 66, 75, 111, 148 Houk, Debra, 156 Houk, Joyce, 146 Housley, Diane, 156 Howe, Michael, 62, 63, 111, 126 Howe, Nancy, 148 Hrapek, Liz, 59, 111, 124, 126, 137, 173, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 198, 199, 200 Hric, Marilynn, 164 Hudak, Jerry, 148 Hudnall, Daniel, 106, 164 Hufnagel, Gini, 104, 164 Humeri ckhouse. Bob, 148 Humerickhouse, Pam, 156 Huneryager, Russell, 59, 103, 111, 126, 183 Hurd, Earl, 126 Hurd, Jeanne, 164 Hurd, Mary, 111, 156 Hussey, Jimmy, 106, 108, 156 Hustler, Terry, 156 Hutchinson, Diane, 148 Ince, Barb, 111, 148 Irminger, Sharon, 104, 108, 164 Jackim, Melanie, 164 Jackson, Roger, 60, 164 Jacobs, Toni, 148 Jamrose, Dave, 148 Janiga, Joe, 164 Janik, Marilyn, 164 Janik, Mike, 148 Jankowski, Joy, 104, 164 Jantz, Sandy, 148 Jarman, Linda, 104, 107, 156 Jarman, Karen, 164 Jarncke, Jill, 102, 164 Jezuit, Louise, 164 Johnk, Steve, 109, 148 Johnk, Nancy, 164 Johnson, Connie, 108, 126 Johnson, Dale, 66, 126 Johnson, Gail, 103, 110, 152, 156 Johnson, Glen, 59, 61, 62, 111, 148 Johnson, James, 109, 164 Johnson, Jeff, 59, 156 Johnson, JoEllen, 164 Johnson, Joey, 164 Johnson, Kenneth, 148 Johnson, Mark, 108 Johnson, Sheila, 156 Johnston, Carl, 104, 148 Jones, Cindy, 102, 108, 127 Jones, Jack, 164 Jones, Phillip, 156 Jones, Ron, 164 Jones, Sherry, 164 Jones, Terry, 156 Judson, John, 156 Judson, Peter, 164 Juratich, Helene, 164 Jurich, Brenda, 104, 108, 164 Kaczka, Amy, 108, 156 Kaczmarczyk, Evelyn, 164 Kaminski, Wendy, 102, 104, 109, 111, 148 Kandalec, Debbie, 148 Knapik, Mary Jo, 156 Kapec, John, 164 Kapec, Margaret, 103, 127 Kapusta, Debbie, 104, 108 Kapusta, Nicholas, 64, 104, 164 Karanovich, Donna, 108 Karanovich, Ruth, 127 Kartz, Victor, 156 Kasprzycki, Judith, 164 Kazmer, Shirley, 164 Keist, Michael, 156 Kellar, Catherine, 102, 104, 164 Kelly, Mike, 164 Kelleher, Shelby, 127 Kenar, Margaret, 107, 127, 183 Kerestzes, Rudolph, 156 Kerr, Karen, 164 Kessler, Fred, 104, 164 Kessler. Pamela, 103, 107, 127, 173, 175, 176, 177, 180, 187, 198, 199, 200 Kevolski, Jerry, 60 Kikalos, Guy, 59, 156, 176 Kimmons, Kathy, 127 King, Larry, 73 King, Matthew, 156 King, Ricky, 156 Kish. John, 70, 106, 113, 127, 183 Kitchens, Robert, 64, 156 Klapkowski, Grace, 164 Klapkowski, Joyce Ann, 103, 156 Klapkowski, Mary, 127 Klefeker, Maurice, 60, 164 Klen, Gregory, 103, 108 Klisiak, Linnae, 164 Klisurich, Debra, 101, 102, 103, 106, 111, 156 Kmiec, Andrew, 62, 63, 93, 111, 127, 176 Kmiec, David, 156 Knight, Janet, 104, 164 Knoche, Kenneth, 156 Knight, Rita, 164 Kochopolous, David, 108 Kochopolus, Harold, 156 Koemer, Lois, 111, 156 Kolarczyk, Karen, 102, 164 Kolas, Roy, 156 Kontor, Tom, 156 Korem, Richard, 68, 164 Korpella, Robert, 106, 107, 156 Korella, Ron, 102, 109, 164 Kosanovich, Danette, 108 Kotso, Ronnie, 68 Kovacik, Nancy, 164 Kovalsky, Jerry, 164 Kovach, Marcia, 111, 127 Koval, Michelle, 102, 104, 106, 107, 127 Kozlow ski, Bill, 59,61,66, 103, 111, 127 Kozlowski, Jim, 164 Kratochiul, Gregg, 127 Krokowiak, John, 72, 73, 111, 127 Kren, Mary Ellen, 11, 54, 61, 82, 111, 133, 148, 152, 177, 198, 199, 200 Krivensky, Daniel, 156 Krizman, Diane, 108 Krsak, Kathleen, 102, 104, 162 Kruto, Susan, 102, 164 Kucharski, Debbie, 104, 128 Kucharski, Joseph, 70, 106, 156 Kucsera, Mary Ann, 128 Kugler, Donna, 164 Kujawa, Melanie, 106, 164 Kula, Kathryn, 164 Kumiega, Karen, 102, 128 Kunneman, Doug, 76, 103, 113 Kush, Stephan, 103 Labus, Art, 60, 64, 113, 161, 164 Labus, Joe, 58, 101, 111, 128, 176 Labus, Paul, 106 Lackey, Ruth, 104, 106, 108 Lahners, Ruth, 128 Lain, Joe, 151 Lain, Liz, 91, 103, 116, 117, 128, 173, 178, 198, 199, 200 Lain, Melissa, 103, 107, 156 Lain, Shenna, 104, 164 Lammertin, Randy, 75, 111, 128 Laskiran, George, 156 Latham, Douglas, 164 Latham, Laura, 128 Lawrence, Brian. 64 Lawley, Jeffrey, 164 Laws, Jacqueline, 106, 108, 156 Laws, JoAnn, 108, 156 Laws, Joyce, 108, 156 Lax, Becky, 104, 164 Lax, Rebecca, 128 LazzeU, Robert, 156 Lecyk, David, 128 Ledbetter, Kathy, 164 Lee, Amy, 107, 156, 158 Lee, Michael, 156 Leith, Sharon, 164 Leland, Cheryl, 102, 128 Lessard, Nancy, 108 Levin, Mark, 89, 128 Lewellen, Billie, 157 Lewin, Susan, 104. 1 1 1, 128, 183 Lewis, Cathy, 164 Lewis, Gayla, 129 Lindahl, Charles, 164 Linsenmann, Denise, 103, 107, 157 Linvill, Betty, 106, 157 Lipa, Elaine, 157 Littlejohn, Robert, 58, 59, 75 Litton, Charlene, 104 Litton, Cindy, 129 Litton, Debra, 102, 106, 164 Livers, Linda, 129 Livingston, James, 107 Lock, Melanie, 164 Loman, Leslie, 102 Long, Tom, 108, 157 Loudermilk, Doug, 129 Loudermilk, Reggie, 157 Louis, Gennette, 157 Love, Richard, 157 Lozano, Juanita, 164 Lozano, Martha, 102, 157 Lozano, Mike, 72, 73, 111, 116, 178 Lozano, Oralie, 102 Lucas, Marian, 100, 101, 104, 107, 110, 152, 157 Lucas, Barbara, 104 Lucas, Janet, 129 Lucht, Craig, 164 Lucka, Richard, 164 Luka, Larry, 157 Lula, Louis, 129 Lulich, Martha. 109, 111, 129 Lulich, Michael, 164 Luttrell, David, 164 Lynch, Beth Ann, 91, 92, 104, 111, 116, 129 McAbee, Barbara, 102, 165 McAbee, Burford, 149 McAbee, Janice, 148 McAbee, Richard, 165 McCahon, Rea, 103, 111, 157 McCahon, Wilma, 132 McCarthy, Deborah, 102, 108, 157 McCarthy, Robert, 165 McCaw, Vickie, 103, 149 McCay, Linda, 102, 157 McCorkle, Susan, 104, 149 McCoy, Bethann, 103, 165 McCrum, Donna, 103, 149 McDaniel, Nicky, 104, 165 McDaniels, Mitzi, 157 McDonald, Margie, 149 McGaha, Joyce, 157 McLaughlin, Kathy, 165 McLaughlin, Kathy P. 104, 111, 132 McLaughlin, Tommy, 157 McLean, Geraldine, 149 McMahon, Diane, 111, 165 McMahon, Frances, 102, 111, 157 Mack, Gerald, 165 Mack, Nancy, 102, 165 Mack, Rory, 103 Macey, Susan, 104, 129 Macnak, Alan, 129 Macnak, Mark, 104, 165 Mahns, Dave, 129 Mahns, Lorrie, 110, 156, 159 Mahns, Richard, 165 Maicher, Gail, 108, 129 Malloy, Dan, 157 Mamala. Anna, 88, 129 Mangerson, Bill, 68, 165 Mangerson, Doris, 129 Mangone, Mary Jo, 90, 92 Mansueto, Martha, 116 Manus, Susan, 165 Manyak, Darlene, 165 Maranto, Linda, 165 Marinaro, Penny, 132 Mardis, Diane, 108 Markley, Denise, 165 Marks, Margaret, 108, 109 Mart ell, Julie, 109 Martin, Patricia, 165 Martin, Roxanne, 108, 157 Maruschak, Ruth, 165 Mason, Darryl, 104, 165 Mayfield, Marian, 104, 132 Mayfield, Melanie, 104, 165 Mazany, Tina, 104, 165 Maze, Dennis, 60, 165 Mead, Cindy, 103, 104, 132 Medwetz, Rebecca, 104, 165 Meeks, Jeff, 149 Meeks, Tim, 149 Meier, Patti, 104, 149 Meier, Sharon, 78, 157 Meissler, Ed, 132 Melton, Judith, 157 Merrick, Michele, 109, 111, 149 Merritt, Becky, 104, 149 Michalowski, Diane, 103, 132 Michel, Gene, 132 Michelin, Cynthia, 103, 165 Michels, Anna, 103, 152, 157 Michels, George, 59, 62, 149 Michels, Jim, 68, 165 Michna, Thomas, 66, 75, 111, 149 Middleton, Andrea, 104, 165 Miller, Janelle, 102, 149 Miller, Paula, 103 Milne, David, 104, 109, 157 Milosavljivic, Alex, 104, 149 Milosavljevic, Mary, 96, 102, 104, 108, 109, 113, 132 193 Mincheski, Paul, 165 Minchuk, Marion, 132, 198, 199, 200 Minton, Debra, 157 Minton, Jack, 132 Mis, Ron, 157 Mitchell, Kristy, 165 Mitchell, Jerry, 149 Mitchell, Rita, 111, 157 Mitchell, Robin, 157 Miterko, Judy, 149 Mizerik, Gay, 165 Mizerik, Renee, 103, 132 Molder, Alan, 111, 149 Moldar, Carol, 157 Moldraski, Mary Jo, 103, 149 Molnar, Patty, 132 Molnar, Peggy, 133 Moore, Brenda, 133 Moore, Cathy, 102 Moore, Janet, 133 Moore, Randy, 157 Moore, Terry, 103, 109, 157 Morariu, Sharon, 133 Mores, Francene, 133 Morris, Gwen, 102, 133 Morrison, Rick, 133 Morrison, Sidonia, 103, 108, 109, 113, 149 Moser, Daniel, 59, 104, 149 Mote, Cindy, 109, 149 Muehrer, Patricia, 133 Muir, Kathy, 105, 111, 157 Murtean, Teresa, 149 Murfin, Joyce, 103, 104, 109, 149 Musser, Scott, 104, 107, 157 Mysliwy, Charles, 165 Mysliwy, Aileen, 106, 109, 133 Mysliwy, Dorothy, 165 Myszak, Pat, 149 Nabors, Bill, 112, 133 Naftzger, Debra 89, 133 Nagel, Jim, 64, 72, 73, 157 Narug, Lyrette, 103, 157 Neal, James, 165 Nelson, Christi na, 133 Nelson, Melissa, 103, 149 Neubauer, Bill, 64, 109 Neubauer, Dave, 105, 157 Neubauer, George, 149 Nevers, Shiela, 1 08, 1 09 Nightengale, Cindy, 133 Nightengale, James, 165 Novak, Larry, 133 Novotney, Mary, 103, 157 Nowaczyk, Jo Ellen, 165 Nowak, Margaret, 149 Oboy, David, 109. 157 O’Boyle, Dan, 134 O’Donnell, Kristin, 157 O’Drobinak, Marie, 100, 102, 106, 134 O’Drobinak, Regina, 102, 104 Onia, Cindy, 133 Opasik, Debbie, 103, 165 Opachan, Karen 104, 149 Opacan, Kathleen, 157 Orcutt, Gail, 102, 111, 149 Oreskp, James, 109, 165 Oresko, John, 109, 149 194 Orcutt, Dan, 108, 133 Orlando, Don, 59, 133 Ortega, Ron, 35, 56, 64, 108, 110, 150, 157, 160, 175 Orze, Keith, 104, 165 Orzechowicz, Dave, 165 Orzechowicz, Diane, 158 Otto, Sharon, 108, 158 Ovaert, Pat, 104, 165 Overland, Patricia, 104, 111, 149 Owczarzak, Patty, 149 Owens, Dave, 68 Pace, Ka ren, 134 Pace, Terry, 104, 165 Palfi, Denise, 103, 165 Palmer, Luwanna, 107, 158 Palmer, Toni, 100, 165 Pandak. Joyce, 103, 104, 165 Pankowski, Carol, 158 Papesh, Phillip, 149 Papesh, Suzanne, 165 Pappas, Athene, 88, 103, 109, 113, 134, 172 Parker, Paul, 112, 135 Parsanko, Judy, 165 Parsley, Jerry, 66, 72, 73, 134 Parsley, Eydie, 102, 104, 165 Paquette, Danny, 85 Pasternak, Rosemary, 108, 134 Paulik, Alice, 165 Pawlik, Lucille, 108 Pawlik, Ron, 165 Pawlowski, Andy, 59 Pawlowski, Mark, 165 Pawlowski, Henry, 60 Pawlus, Edward, 64, 166 Pearson, Clifford, 103 Peckenpaugh, Brenda, 102, 104, 166 Peckenpaugh, Kathleen, 102, 158 Panczak, Isabelle, 158 Pennington, Dave, 59 Pennington, Linda, 166 Perrin, Anthony, 166 Perrin, Catherine, 166 Perry, Bruce, 158 Perry, Dale, 166 Perry, Nancy, 166 Peterson, Carla, 102 Peterson, Lorraine, 134 Petro, Nancy, 108, 109 Pettit, Dennis, 166 Pettit, James, 59, 134 Pettit, Robert, 134 Peyton, Carrie, 166 Peyton, Richard, 158 Pexton, Tammy, 158 Pierce, Carl, 133 Pietrzak, Jackie, 166 Pinda, David, 104, 166 Piorkowski, Dan, 77, 134 Pittman, Don, 134 Plaskota, Barbara, 112, 135, 173, 175, 198, 199, 200 Podgorny, Pamela, 158 Poludniak, Jeff, 166 Pollard, Kevin, 135 Polys, Nancy, 166 Ponce, Sandra, 102, 104 Pomplin, Susan, 166 Pool, Danny, 166 Popa, Kim, 135 Potter, Beth, 109, 111, 135 Potter, Carol, 135 Potter, Kathy, 166 Powers, Sheila, 166 Presnail, Rita, 135 Probus, Nancy 103, 104, 166 Prugh, Dave, 59, 73, 112, 135 Prusiecki, Suzanne, 158 Pucalik, Mike, 135 Pucalik, Shirley, 102, 108, 135 Purnell, Judi, 158 Pyle, Beverly, 166 Qualls, Melody, 104, 166 Qualls, Terry, 103, 150 Rada, Art, 158 Radke, Melissa, 150 Rak, Joel, 135 Rakoczy, Joe, 150 Ramos, Robert, 104, 150 Ramsey, Debbie, 158 Ramsey, Linda, 158 Ramsey, Pamela, 102, 104, 166 Ramsey, Steve, 135 Rangel, Frances, 100, 108, 112, 150 Rapchak, Randy, 166 Rastowski, Jim, 68, 166 Rastowsky, Jeff, 135 Rathburn, Brian, 166 Rausch, Jody, 105, 158 Ray, Harold, 158 Ray, Denise, 102, 108 Ray, Monyca, 108, 166 Ready, Becky, 107, 108, 158 Redlarczyk, Bonnie, 136 Redlasczyk, Terry, 166 Redman, Shelby, 150 Reinholt, Albert, 135 Reiter, Edgar, 70, 71, 109, 135 Reiter, Heidi, 102, 158 Renwanz, Robert, 135 Resetar, Claudia, 150 Richardson, Debra, 166 Ridenour, Dave, 59, 136 Riley, Tom, 68, 70, 71, 158 Rippe, Nancy, 150 Rippe, Carl, 136 Ruskin, Janet, 103, 136 Roberts, Amy, 166 Robinson, Diana, 150 Rodavich, Andrea, 108 Rodda, Jo, 136 Rogers, Connie, 166 Rokosz, Brenda, 158 Rokosz, Laura, 102, 136 Rokosz, Ray, 166 Ronjak, Candy, 136 Roper, Robert, 166 Roper, Susan, 150 Rosales, David, 64 Rosinski, Cathie, 166 Rosinski, Rhonda, 108, 136 Ross, Lori, 104, 150 Ross, Rhonda, 166 Roth, Stewart, 136 Royal, Judy, 108, 158 Royer, Deena, 166 Rozgony, John, 158 Rubin, Alice, 166 Rubin, Ben, 70, 71, 112, 136, 175, 198, 199, 200 Ruble, Tom, 136 Rubottom, Patricia, 136 Russell, Bobby, 109, 166 Ruttledge, Alan, 104, 108, 150 Ryan, Victoria, 136 Rybecki, Linda, 158 Rytel, Chris, 108, 158 Saboff, Leslie, 102 Saczawa, Connie, 166 Scazawa, Tom, 150 Sakelaris, James, 158 Salczynski, Eddie, 68, 158 Salle, David, 166 Salle, Sue, 166 Sandoval, Debbie, 158 Saltanovitz, James, 64, 166 Saltonovitz, Joanne, 100, 106, 109, 113, 136 Sanders, Joan, 117, 136, 137 Sanders, Mark, 59, 72, 73, 150 Sandoval, Peter, 150 Satterfield, David, 166 Schaade, Mark, 150 Schafbuck, Alan, 137 Scheffki, Larry, 150 Scheffki, Sue, 166 Scortino, Toni, 158 Schlesser, Larry, 59, 62, 137 Schoonover, Carol, 103, 150 Schoenborn, Judy, 166 Schoonover, Diane, 137 Schoenborn, Sharon, 137 Schoenfelt, Ed, 158 Schroeter, David, 166 Schulfer, Lillian, 150 Schuster, Daniel, 150 Schuster, David, 166 Schwab, Tom, 101 Schwertfeger, Jeffery, 75, 150 Scieska, Jim, 158 Scott, Dennis, 68, 166 Scott, Mike, 150 Scott, Randy, 75, 111, 150 Scott, Terri, 102, 104, 137, 183 Searcy, Monica, 158 Sefton, Laurie, 103, 107, 111, 166 Sefton, Scott, 111, 150 Seiden, Virginia, 158 Serbin, David, 150 Seward, Pamela, 108, 137 Shabi, Richard, 100. 112, 137 Shaffour, Toni, 150 Shantz, Glen, 166 Shantz, Tom, 158 Sheaks, David, 1 58 Shearer, Paul, 150 Shearon, Lori, 104, 166 Shearon, Mike, 104, 150 Shehigian, Lisa, 103, 112, 113, 137, 177, 178, 179, 198, 199, 200 Shehigian, Ruben, 60, 68, 166 Shelborne, Arthur, 166 Shelton, Gary, 150 Shelton, Tim, 59, 108, 158 Shepp, Mike, 150 Sherrick, Ken, 166 Shevchenko, Jerry, 137 183, Siebert, Cheryl, 150 Shopp, Dian, 102, 108, 137 Shropshire, William, 166 Shultman, Tamara, 158 Shultman, Tim, 59, 104 Shutko, Cheryl, 107, 137 Shutko, Doris, 104, 108, 158 Siebert, Susan, 166 Siecker, Laura, 108, 137 Sills, Kathleen, 137 Silverman, Rosalie, 150 Simmons, Connie, 158 Simmons, Connie, 158 Simms, Rory, 59, 111, 137 Sims, Dean, 104, 166 Sims, Deborah, 138 Sims, Sherri, 166 Sitnick, Deborah, 102, 111, 150 Skalba, Dale, 166 112, Skalba, Marilynn, 138 Skiba, Chris, 111 Skiba, Tom, 59, 75, 111, 150 Skinta, Ed, 150 Skinta, Mary 158 Skoczylas, Chester, 138 Skratsky, Carol, 92, 138 Skorupa, Cynthia, 166 Slaven, Joseph, 104, 167 Slavena, Diane, 158 Salvena, Karen, 150 Smaron, Edward, 59, 167 Smart, Sharon, 158 Smith, Barbara, 167 Smith, Connie, 138, 158 Smith, David A., 105, 150 Smith, Denise, 158 Smith, Donna. 108, 158 Smith, Jackie, J., 108, 158 Smith, Karole, 158 Smith, Sherri, 158 Smith, Loria, 104, 107, 109, 150 Smith, Lisa, 158 Smith, Michael, 59, 138 Smith, Pamela, 110, 111, 138 Smith, Pat, 150, 167 Smith, Ralph, 104, 150 Smith, Sandra, 150 Smith, Scot, 167 Smith, Seymour, 59 Smock, Cathy, 167 Smock, Sandra, 138 Snyder, Stephen, 138 Sobak, Louis, 158 Solan, Karen, 167 Solan, Kathleen, 167 Solan, Sydella, 150 Soltez, Joanne, 138 Sowula, Sherryl, 138 Spak, Andrew, 138 Spisak, Judith, 109, 150 Spisak, Roseann, 138 173, Spoerner, Kathleen, 138 Stahl, Katherine, 78, 106, 109. 112. 138 Stahl, Margie, 150 Stahl, Max, 150 Stahl, Pam, 167 Stahl, Robert, 108, 109, 158 Stahl, Ted, 167 Stahura, Joe, 158 Stanley, Alan, 139 Stefnik, Raymond, 139 Stein, Joanie, 159 Stempf. Richard, 150 Stempf, Laura, 159 Stepanovich, Dan, 139 Stepanovich, Donna, 104, 167 Stephans, Alan, 58, 66, 73, 111, 139 Stephans, Pam. 102, 103, 104. 167 Stephen, Peggy, 167 Stevens, Mary, 167 Stevenson, Dennis, 104, 150 Stewart, Chris, 109, 159 Stivers, Patty, 139 Stivers, Terry, 150 Stoffregen, Virginia, 167 Stout, Robert, 167 Stdicky, Andrew, 159 Sullivan, Linda, 102 Summers, Matt, 159 Summers, Jethro. 59, 104, 139 Sutton, Cliff, 150 Swafford, Patricia, 159 Swaim, Rosemary, 139 Swafford, Pat, 108. 159 Swanson, Ron, 150 Sweeney, Denise, 159 Sweeney, Kim, 167 Sweeney, Michael, 103, 139 Sweet, Earl, 159 Sweet, Judy, 139 Swinney, Denise, 159 Taroli, Jeff, 59. 64, 104. 159 Taroli, Greg, 167 Tatusko, John, 60. 68, 167 Taylor, Greg, 60, 64. 167 Taylor, Joyce, 139 Tawson. Wayne, 159 Templeton, Thomas. 59. 159 Thomas, Desiree, 167 Thomas, Don, 72, 108 Thomas. Gayle. 91. 103. 116. 117. 139. 198, 199. ' 200 Thomas, Judi, 108. 167 Thomas, Kim, 167 Thomas, Mary. 150 Thornsberry, Vickie. 103, 110. 159 Thorpe, Frank, 139 Thorpe. Jack, 159 Thorpe. Phillip. 104 Thorpe, Shawn, 167 Thorski, Gregory, 150 Thrall. Mana, 167 Thrall, Raymond. 159 Thrall, Sharon, 159 Thrall, Terri, 104. 139 Thrasher, William. 150 Timmons, Lawrence. 159 Timons, Dana, 150 Tinsley, Elizabeth, 167 Tite, Carlos, 60. 64, 167 Tobin. Colleen. 102. 150 Townes, Brenda. 167 Tozer, Dale. 150 Tozer, Patricia. 167 Tracey, Kerry, 111, 159 Treadway. Deborah, 167 195 Trtan, Terry, 150 Tull, Jethro, 134 Turner, Cora, 102, 108, 111, 150 Turner, Dennis, 159 Turner, Patricia, 109, 139 Turnpaugh, Susan, 103, 111, 159 Tuskan, Mary, 104, 150 Tuskan, Pat, 140 Tuskan, Tom, 64, 167 Tysen, Linda, 159 Underwood, Kathy, 102, 140 Underwood, Monica, 167 Undi, Joan, 102, 167 Upshaw, Delores, 102, 108 Vadas, James, 151 Vadas, Johnny, 151 Vanbuskirk, Lori, 104, 159 Van Buskirk, Mark, 151 Vandersteen, Alfred. 104. 140 Vandersteen, Cheri, 104. Ill, 159 Vandersteen, Terry, 104, 159 Wargo, Edward, 108, 159 Van Gorp. Ruth, 104, 151 Vasnonis, Larry, 66, 75, 104, 111, 151 Vaughn, Jody, 140 Vauter, Joe, 140 Vater, Tom, 159 Ventimiglia, Jeannette, 102, 103, 159 Venturini, Annette, 103, 110, 159 Veray, Florence, 105, 111, 159 Veray, Kathy, 104, 140 Vertucci, Dan, 151 Victor, Mike, 159 Vido, Paul, 151 VonAlmen, Dave, 104, 151 VonAlmen, Debra, 151 Waggoner, Ron, 151 Walge, Jack, 159 Walker, Debbie, 104, 151 Walker, Paul, 167 Wallace, Margie, 159 Walsh, Jackie, 10, 20, 28, 30, 61, 71, 104, 108, 137, 140, 162, 165 Walworth, Barbara, 140 Wanicki, Cheryl, 140 Wantroba, Lynn, 151 Wantroba, Christy, 167 Wargo, Jim, 151 Weaver, Judy, 140 Webb, Carmell, 159 Wedding, Carol, 113 Wedlinger, Gary, 104 Weimer, Patricia, 102, 140 Welch, Susan, 167 Welch, Kevin, 104 Weliky, Bruce, 68, 167 Wells, Katny, 104, 105 Welman, Gale, 159 Wendlinger, Gary, 73, 159 Wendell, Jeff, 59, 151 Werth, Kurty, 60, 167 Wheeler, Terry, 103, 140 Whelan, John, 151 White, Allyson, 111, 151 White, Donna, 140 White, Gregory, 159 White, Linda, 110 Whitfield, Dennis, 140 Whitfield, Teresa, 151 Wiening, Cathy, 141 Wiley, Kevin, 108, 151 Wilkins, Charles, 58, 151 Wilkinson, David, 104, 151 Wilkinson, Joel, 104 Williams, Devra, 102, 107, 108, 151 Williams, Dawn, 159 Williams, Laura, 159 Williams, Nancy, 151 Williams, Wanda, 167 Wilson, Jeff, 151 Wilkinson, Joel, 159 Wilson, Brenda, 104, 167 Wilson, Jeff, 167 Wilson, Scott, 101, 108, 159 Winkler, Jacquelyn, 159 Winkler, Richard, 104, 167 Winarski, Karon, 151 Wingard, David, 151 Winkley, Nancy, 109, 111, 151 Wise, Karen, 151 Wise, Sharon, 159 Wiseley, Robin, 159 Wisniewski, Dee, 108, 141 Witter, Heidi, 104, 111, 167 Wojtena, Cynthia, 141 Wolenty, Ronald, 104, 159 Wolters, Charles, 151 Woomer, Donna, 102 Wotkin, Mary, 151 Wright, Patricia, 159 Wrona, Cindy, 167 Wrona, Dan, 104, 151 Wszolek, Joe, 141 Wszolek, Julianne, 111, 151 Wszolek, Theresa, 108, 167 Wurtzbacher, Diane, 159 Wynn, Nelson, 104, 167 Yaney, Joan, 104, 113, 151 Yandell, David, 167 Yarusinsky, Charles, 151 Ywanow, Nancy, 104, 141 Yerga, Kathy, 151 Yockey, Linda. 104, 111, 144, 151 Yockey, Vicky, 151 Yokovich, Jeffery, 159 Yokovich, Marybeth, 107, 141 Yokovich, Tom, 59, 151 York, Pat, 159 Yoways, Gary, 141 Zaborski, Gregory, 159 Zack, Sandra, 167 Zack, Sherry, 108, 159 Zack, Stan, 103, 104, 151, 183 Zaja, Diana, 151 Zaikis, Sue, 107, 151 Zakney, Chris, 60, 109, 167 Zancy, Daniel, 159 Zencha, Cynthia, 103, 159 Zerkel, Pam, 151, 167 Zilai, Kathy, 151 Zile, Dean, 100 Zile, Greg, 108, 141 Zoloqicz, Gabrielle, 108 Zolowicz, Monica, 108, 141 Zugel, Greg, 141 Zyla, Chris, 141 Zuffa, Terry, 103, 110 196 13 Head Superstaff 72 Barb Plaskota, Business Manager Lisa Shehigian, Senior Editor Meredith Allen, School Life Editor Organizations Editor Our Editor, Pam Kessler Liz Lain, Index Editor Gail Thomas, Advertising Editor Mary Ellen Kren, Underclass Editor Rick Minchuk, Sports Editor 199 Kimberly Allen, Copy Layout Editor Superstaff Editor-in-Chief Pam Kessler Business Manager Barb Plaskota Senior Editor Lisa Shehigian School Life Editor Organizations Editor ....Meredith Allen Academics Editor Paula Gibbs Underclass Editor Mary Ellen Kren Copy Layout Editor Kimberly Allen Photography Editors Liz Hrapek Cathy Freels Index Editor Liz Lain Advertising Editor Gail Thomas Sports Editor Rick Minchuk Staff Photographer Ben Rubin Advisor Mr. Mullins Our sincere thanks and best wishes to our fantastic photographer, Harry Dudzik! Our Advisor, Mr. Robert Mullins, laughs with fear at the sight of his 11 diligent working yearbook staff members. The End of It All . . . ”
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