German Township High School - Laureola Yearbook (McClellandtown, PA)
- Class of 1986
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The '85-,86 school year started poorly for the
seniors, but Homecoming week arrived, and the
girls of the Class of '86 finally received some good
news. A court order that halted the strike made it
possible for the students to continue classes. On
that Friday, the annual 50's Homecoming pep rally
was held in honor of the Court.
The girls arrived that evening feeling a bundle of
nerves. Erica was so nervous, she turned as red as
her gown. Jodi's flowers arrived late and Bert
constantly chewed his gum to sooth his nerves.
But as the cars entered onto the field, all of the
difficulties and disappointments were forgotten.
Memories of' the hectic weeks faded from their
minds as each couple walked up the field and into
the archway. Everyone excitedly awaited the mo-
ment when Mr. Bowers announced the 1985
Homecoming Queen . . . Erica Gaffey! A very hap-
py and excited Erica was congratulated and re-
ceived a dozen red roses and a sparkling tiara from
Melissa and Robbie Lisa and Louis Kimberly and Jerome
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Although weather once again proved to be
dismal, the spirits of the seniors who were
honored on Senior Night, November 1, 1985,
couldn't have been higher. Thirty-one seniors
were honored for their accomplishments in
band, football, and cheerleading. As each ap-
proached the front line of Sangston field, the
glow of pride in the eyes of parents and
friends reflected the feelings of the seniors
themselves. Memories of this very special
night were made complete as soon as the foot-
ball team finished the season by annihilating
Carmichaels 36 to 7.
It was a night of intrigue, fascination, and enjoy-
ment for all . . . November 27, the night of the Cor-
With only two weeks of planning, the senior
class officers and Mr. Bowers did an excellent job
putting together this traditional social event. Even
though the girls on the court didnit have much
time, they still managed to get ready and look
As in the past few years the Uniontown Country
Club was the setting for the Coronation.
The couples danced to the sounds of Amber
while awaiting the final moment when Mr. Bowers
announced that, "The 1985 Coronation Queen is
. . . Dianna Boggs!"
Dianna was crowned by Mr. Colebank who
presented her with a dozen red roses.
To those who attended, it was truly a night to
remember. As Queen Di sums it up . . . "It was the
best night of my lifeg I wish that it had never
Shirley and Dale Crystal and Aaron Teresa and Regis
Mary Beth and Joe Kelly and Sam Rhonda and Dave
This yearls Jump-A-Thon was the most suc-
cessful ever at German. On December 10, 1985,
139 students from the Senior High and 81 from the
Junior High participated collectively to raise
S2100 to benefit the American Heart Association.
Mrs. Anderson and Mr. Rifenburg organized this
event which many students at German look for-
ward to every year. Not only do the participants
enjoy getting out of class all morning, eating
junkfood, and drinking pop, but they also gain a
feeling of satisfaction knowing that they have con-
tributed to a very worthy cause. The students,
along with Mrs. Anderson and Mr. Rifenburg, are
commended for doing a fine job.
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Last year's bloodmobile, sponsored by the stu-
dent council and Mr. Bowers, was held on March
12. Once again, the student council members were
able to reach and surpass their seventy-five pint
goal. In addition to the many student and faculty
volunteers who gave blood, many others played a
part in the continuing charitable success of the
bloodmobile. Mrs. Bertovich recruited volunteer
nurses, and Miss Humber: set up and ran the can-
teen. Their efforts not only helped provide ill and
injured people with much-needed blood, but also
.helped teach students the value of selflessness and
helped remind the public that the students and
faculty of German Township High School are
always willing to help a worthy cause. Thanks to
everyone involved, the bloodmobile went off
without any major problems.
To the student council, the volunteers, Mr.
Bowers, and especially the student body: 'fWell
Traditionally, German Senior High is
represented in the King Coal pageant by an en-
thusiastic and talented member of its senior
class. Chrissi Romito, this year's coal queen can-
didate was certainly no exception! Beginning
with last spring,s tryouts before her classmates,
her showmanship and sincere effort assured
everyone that GTHS would be well represented
in this year's competition.
In the talent portion of the pageant, Chrissi
performed a song and dance routine to a medley
of rock and roll hits. As a contestant, she attend-
ed swimming parties, luncheons, and parades.
She and the other girls attended the musical
Man of LaMancha at Heinz Hall. Chrissi was
quoted as saying "I enjoyed representing my
school and classmates very much."
Chrissi said that participating in the excite-
ment of the pageant taught her not to feel in-
ferior and to have confidence in herself and her
school. She wishes to send love and luck to next
After the strike was settled and the flood
waters receded, Mrs. Martin, the sponsor of
the Adam Donnelly Chapter ofthe National
Honor Society, called the first meeting in
order to elect officers and to make plans for
the coming year.
Although this yearls N.H.S. consisted of
one of the smallest memberships in the
school's history - only eleven members, they
entered the abbreviated school year with high
The members began by selling candy canes
at Christmas. The unbelievable number of
thirteen hundred candy canes were sold.
Through the support of both the student body
and faculty, the N.H.S. members and sponsor
were able to accumulate S403 from this first
fundraiser. These funds, which, in the past,
had benefitted Children's Hospital, were
diverted to a more local cause, that of flood
relief. Other fundraisers such as a student-
faculty volleyball game were held to benefit
Congratulations N.H.S.! Your efforts
helped many needy people and revealed to
everyone that honor students have a little
heart to go along with all those brains!
Officers: Robert Butorac, Dan Coffman, Jerome Marella, Chrissy Morris
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Robert Butorac, Dan Coffman, Chrissy Morris, Melissa Maldovan, Jerome Marella, Anne Guappone, Chris Marva, Erica Gaffcy
James Tobacsko, Linda Zvolenski, John Trosiek.
The student council is a group of individuals
who were selected by their student counterparts.
These students represent the governing body of
German Senior High School.
The council consists .of representatives from
all four grades. They hold positions in sub-
councils such as the Student Forum, Youth
Traffic Safety, and the Minority Input
Under the knowledgeable guidance of Mr.
Bowers, the council sponsored many activities
such as a carnation sale on Valentine's Day and
the Bloodmobile. Furthermore, they helped to
purchase a trophy case. Finally, and most im-
portantly, they dedicated a plaque to the
memory ofthe crew of the fatal shuttle mission.
Once again, the student council had a very
prosperous year at G.T.H.S.
Officers: John Schoener, Vice President: Kimberly Hickle,
Treasurer: Mr. Bowers, Sponsor, Melissa Maldovan, Presi-
dent, Beth Hutson, Secretary.
Student Forum: Chris Marva, Kimberly Hickle, John
Row 1: Kimberly Hickle. Row
2: Robert Sterbutzel, Kari
Semzock, Marla Maldovan,
Bonnie Shea. Row 3: Erica
Gaffey, Dale Hardin, Kristie
Lazuka. Row 4: Mary Beth
Norman, Erica Skochelak.
Row 5: Beth Hutson, Nancy
Trees. Row 6: Christie Hut-
son, Lisa Ritz. Row 7: Jeff
Young, Alan Trees, Richard
Vaccaro, Melissa Benko,
Chris Marva, John Schoener.
Row 8: John Kormanik,
Melissa Maldovan, Michael
Simon, Craig Gates, Philip
Gaffey, Roy Ravenscraft,
Crystal Treadwell, Paula
Capozza, Christina Lewis,
Youth Traffic Safety Council:-Beth Hutson, Melissa
Sophomore Class Officers: Christina Lewis, Vice President: Marla
Maldovan, Presidentg Joe Faris, Treasurer: Neil Stokes, Secretary.
Junior Class Officers: Annissa Robinson, Vice President:
Michacl Simon, President: Lori Dobish, Secretaryg Marcy
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Senior Class Of-
ficers: Lisa Heffem,
The students on this page represent the best
German Township High School has to offer.
Mechelle Glista trightl was a contestant in the River Regatta
at Pt. Marion.
Anne Guappone and Chrissy Morris won first place
Sweepstake Award for the best editors at the Seven Spring
David Benco was awarded a certificate of merit for scoring in
the 98 percentile on the NEDT achievement test.
Jessica DiCarlo was awarded a certificate of merit for scor-
ing in the 96 percentile on the NEDT achievement test.
Anne and Chrissy
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Jessica Robert Butorac and Anne Guappone
were Bronze Medal winners in the egg
drop competition in the PA Science
Paula Fronczek and Christie Hutson were prize winners in the contest for News in
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in the PA Science Olympiad for
Topographical map reading.
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During the past year, the "much-overlooked" librarians worked
very hard to maintain an efficient and smooth running library.
Without the aid of her librarians Mrs. Martin may not have had
the time to successfully complete this year's many activities. These
activities included a Christmas Luncheon, Senior Recognition
Day, and Faculty Only Day, a day in which all new books were
displayed for the teachers' viewing only. Among this year's group
librarians were four seniors. When Mrs. Martin was asked about
her seniors, she replied:
"Anne Guappone and Chrissy Morris were very hard workers
and have helped me since junior high. This year, they were as-
signed to the third period, and all I heard was how they couldn't
wait until lunch.',
"Crystal Treadwell's excuse for frequently being late was that she
was helping Mr. Tokishf'
"I also remember trying to communicate to Lanelle Powell
through her headphones."
Seriously though, the senior librarians as well as the underclass
librarians are to be commended for their part in helping Mrs. Mar-
tin make our library one of the best libraries anywhere.
Senior Librarians: CL-RJ: Anne
Guappone, Crystal Treadwell,
Chrissy Morris, LaNelle Powell.
Underclassmen: Row l CL-RJ:
Jodi Daruda, Marcy Shuman,
Holly Adams, Shawn Fazen-
baker, Andrea McKoy. Row 2
QL-RJ: Janice Crozier, Susie Mc-
Cain, Michelle Jones, Greg
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Although the Art Club got off to a late start
this year its activities went better than Ms.
Madelyn Cindric, the Art Club sponsor, had
Everyone in the club will remember the
pizza party at Pizza Hut, where "Graz" and
"Simon" ate all the pizza, as well as most of
Ms. Cindrz'c's "Art Club Cuts."
However, the year was not all fun and
games for this busy and dizzy crew. They per-
formed numerous service projects such as
donating money for a new duplicating
machine in the library, contributing ideas for
a veterans memorial, and making the cards
used in the wrestling tinals. The A11 Club also
silk screened "school spirit" t-shirts and per-
sonalized Art Club sweat shirts.
All in all the year was once again
memorable for the German Senior High's
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Old Members: lst Table KL-R71 Heidi Galloway, Georgia Ferguson, Owen David, Roy Ravenscraft, Jerome Marclla, Tracy Gorman, Znd 'lable
QL-Rl: Robert Butorac, Beth Yadamec. Dawn Watts. Mcchelle Glista, Chrissi Romito, Linda Zvolenski.
Omcers Row l 4L-RJ: Beth Hutson, Seeretaryg Roy Ravenscraft, President: Jerome Marella, Senior Representative. Row 2 fL-RJ: Ms. Findric. Sponsorg Kristen
Brown Sophomore Representative, Chris Todak, Trcasurcrg Mike Graziani, Junior Representativeg Vice Presidentg Mike Simon, Junior Representative.
New Members: Row l QL-RJ: Pat
Wilson, Mike Graziani, Mike Simon.
Row 2 KL-RJ: Jennifer Crozier,
Christina Lewis, Janice Crozier. Row 3
QL-RJ: Michelle Milliron, Bettina
Lawson, Michelle Skala, Dan Coffman,
Chris Todak, Leinder Calloway. Row 4
QL-RJ: Beth Hutson. Kristen Brown.
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Chris, Dan, and Roy try to cure
Ms. Cindric's headache.
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With the end of an era comes the beginning of another. Several
years ago, when some of the best percussionists and band members
in German Senior High's history graduated, many said the band
would never be the same again. Nevertheless, the 1985-86 band
members, under the direction of Mr. Frank Gabrin, worked hard to
prove this theory wrong. The percussion section, under the leader-
ship of seniors Roy Ravenscraft and Leinder Calloway, could often be
found working extra hours upgrading the famous "Street Beatf'
Meanwhile, the band members endured hours of practicing forma-
tions and dances for halftime performances in the weeks before
One of the most successful halftime performances was the com-
bination ofthe "Street Beatv and U.S.A. for Africa's "We Are the
World." The band's dedication paid off as the audience applauded
the "GN and the "USA,' formations.
The band took time to sit down, but by no means relax, as they put
on their 40th Annual Spring Concert. The months of perfecting
various pieces of music were rewarded by the applause of the
This year's majorette squad was led by Melissa Maldovan, Erica
Gaffey, and Mary Beth Norman. Even though the girls didn't attend
camp, they practiced long and hard to provide entertaining halftime
shows. Their fine baton routine added dazzle to the band's various
renditions of modem and traditional favorites. Newcomers Lori
Dobish, Marla Maldovan, and Michelle Brooks caught on quickly
and showed much promise for next year's squad.
Displaying the pride of German Senior High, the color guards car-
ried the American and German Township flags through parades and
football games. Jodi Vavreck led the color guards, Janice Crozier,
Kristie Lazuka, and Edna
Newman under the hot
sun and taught them the
elusive strategies of the in-
famous pinwheel. The col-
or guards' dedication was
a very important, but
often overlooked part of
Leading the way for the
way for the band were
banner carriers, Jamie
Byers and Georgia
Ferguson. Even through
whipping winds and
hostile crowds, they car-
ried the banner with
Frank Gabrin, Director
Banner Carriers: Jamie Byers, Georgia Ferguson
Majorettes: fFar Lefty
lst Row: Melissa
Brooks. 2nd Row: Lori
Dobish, Mary Beth
Norman. 3rd Row:
Marla Maldovan, Erica
Color Guards: lst Row:
Kristie Lazuka, Jodi
Vavreck. 2nd Row: Ed-
na Newman, Janice
Erica Gaffey Jodi Vavreck Mary Beth Norman
Percussion: lst Row
CL-RJ: R. Ferland, M.
Friend, A. Smith.
2nd Row QL-RJ: E.
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Calloway G. Wilson
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Stunja J Marella
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Dianna Boggs Lora Burden Lemder Calloway
Every year, the chorus at German consists of a
small group of young ladies who work hard and per-
form music that is very interesting and delightful to
listen to as well.
They performed their Christmas Cantata for the
public on December 15, 1985. Then, for the first
time in years, the chorus performed for the student
body on December 20, 1985. The Cantata extended
its twenty-fifth year, with this performance which
was very well received by the students who showed
their appreciation with enthusiastic applause and
The soloists were Chrissi Romito performing
"Christmas Wishj, Theresa Cooper singing 'SO Holy
Night," Carmelita Dotson singing "Bethlehem Boy,"
Cheryl Togger singing "Have Yourself a Merry Lit-
tle Christmasf' and Michelle Milliron singing
The trio consisting of Carmelita, Michelle, and
Chrissi performed the lovely song "What You Gon-
na Call Your Pretty Little Baby?"
The positive response from the students helped
motivate the girls and Mr. Tokish to continue their
efforts. The appreciation of their classmates and
friends had given the chorus a year to remember.
Mr. Timothy Tokish, Director
lst Row: Heidi Opel, Chana Newland, Becky Dillinger, Rhonda Burkholder, Jennifer Crozier, Shirley Smalley, Kim Kotyuka, Shirley
Karpel. 2nd Row: Missy Miller, Nancy Trees, Theresa Kelly, Sherry Willis, Kelly Flanigan, Darlene Friend, Debbie Clark, Laura
Hackney, Lora Burden. 3rd Row: Paula Capozza, Michelle Milliron, Bettina Lawson, Linda Zvolenski, Lisa Heffern, Cheryl Togger,
Darlene Savage, Cathy Engle. 4th Row: Christina Lewis, Crystal Treadwell, Roberta Smith, Carmelita Dotson, Chrissi Romito, Doralee
Moon, Karen Robinson, LaNelle Powell. T I'XQjQfSi'l Q60 pi te-
Senior Girls' Ensemble Girls' Ensemble
Senior Chorus Members
The problems encountered by
the 1985-86 Laureola staff could A
not dampen our spirits. Somehow, l 1
deadlines were met despite the two
month delay caused by the S
teachers' strike, a flood, and harsh
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there were a few bright moments.
This included the Sweepstakes
Award we won at yearbook camp, P
the successful sale of pizzas and in- '
famous M8LM's. The support of
the student body was evident in
the overwhelming yearbook sales.
The one thing that made this
yearbook complete was the devo-
tion of this year,s staff. We would
like to thank you for your coopera-
tion and dedication.
We hope everyone enjoys our ef-
forts in the composition of the
Chrissy Morris and Anne Guappone, Editors.
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Row 1 QL-RJ: Michelle Brooks, Susan Yadamec, Marla Maldovan, Heidi Opel, Lori Dobish, Chana Newland. Royyly 2 CL-RJ: Steve
Bearden, Roy Ravenscraft, John Schoener, Marcy Shuman, Sharon Antram, Christie Hutsonfi' hut-gG'::l0l QGQPQ
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zock, Maria Mallick, Beth Hutson,
Shelley Corcoran. Row 2 QL-RJ: Richard
Vaccaro, Crystal Treadwell, Chrissy
Morris, Anne Guappone, LaNellc
Powell, Rhonda Ritz, Lisa Ritz, Lora
fCenter Picturej CL-RJ: Michelle Skala,
John Kormanik, Bonnie Shea, Paula
Fronczek, Owen David.
fBottom Picturej Row l: Jodi Vavreck,
Robert Butorac. Row 2 QL-RJ: Mary
Beth Norman, Melissa Maldovan, Beth
Yadamec, Erica Gaffey.
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Fresh new faces stomped into the typing room
this year. The teachers, aides were ready and will-
ing to obey the sometimes strange orders of the
teachers. "Run this off," "Five copies of thisj,
uDo this and hurry," are not always nice words.
Nevertheless, the teachers' aides did their best to
try to make the teachers, jobs a little easier and to 5 rrlif N p
earn valuable secretarial skills, as well. , r"
Crystal, Rhonda, Sherri, and all the rest, your ef- 7
forts are appreciated by the teachers - almost as
much as you appreciate getting out of classes!
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Chrissy Weaver and Jennifer Crozier
Teachers' Aides: lst Row QL-RJ: Sherri Antram, Shirley Grimm, Rhonda Burkholder. 2nd Row KL-RJ: Lora Burden,
Crystal Treadwell, Robert Sterbutzel. 3rd Row QL-RJ: Heidi Galloway, Tracy Gorman, Kimberly Hickle. 4th Row QL-RJ:
Sharon Antram, Michelle Arey, Paul Kaiser.
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Despite the fact that the strike cost the
cheerleaders many of their most cherished ac-
tivities, they still managed to have a memorable,
The cheerleading season started off with the
squad attending the Collegiate Cheerleading Camp
at Seven Springs. While there, they learned many
new interesting cheers, chants, and dances.
The six new members really had a good time at
practice over the summer, even when they received
the traditional Ninitiationj, which consisted of get-
ting covered with eggs, shaving cream, and peanut
Despite initiations and missed pep rallies the
cheerleaders will always remember the fun of the
crazy mixed up season of '86.
The members of the cheerleading squad of 1986 were: Chrissi
Romito - Captain, Marcy Shuman - Co-Captain, Kari Sem-
zock - Co-Captain, Paula Fronczek, Theresa Cooper,
Christina Lewis, Beth Hutson, Kristen Brown, and Susan
Front CL-RJ: Beth, Kristen, Marcy, Patricia McNeill fmascotj, Paula BackfL RJ Theresa Christina Kari Susan
Chrissi Romito - captain
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Todd Lowery 126 lbs.
Chris Dugan 132 lbs.
Rich Lewis 145 lbs.
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The key word for this yearas basketball squad
was 'Spersistencef' Plagued by a lack of experi-
enced players, the team suffered many agonizing
defeats, often playing excellent basketball against
much more skillful teams only to experience
another frustrating defeat.
Despite freezing cold, long bus rides, and shots
that just would not go in, the players and Coach
Lopez continued to give their best. In the end their
efforts were rewarded by the knowledge that they
gave their best effort and represented German
Township High School with pride and
Seniors Aaron Galie and Leinder Calloway led
the Uhlans with their hustle and leadership ability,
the senior captains helped keep team spirit up
through the long hard season. Underclassmen Leon
Calloway, Greg Morris, Dave and George Davis,
and Joe Stevenson gained valuable playing ex-
perience and showd flashes of ability that has
GTHS fans anxious to see what improvement next
year will bring.
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Stevenson, Leinder Calloway, Coach Lopez.
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This year,s Uhlan football team began the
season with Tony Tokish continuing his position
as head coach. Coach Tokish, along with the
team, knew they had the power and determina-
tion to make a legitimate effort to win the con-
ference title. Unfortunately, injuries and some
bad luck short-circuited some of their power but
their determination ran high and sustained
them well enough to finish the season with a 5-5
ln the home opener German shut down the
powerful Westinghouse offense to score an im-
pressive 19-6 victory. Even though they lost to
Frazier on Homecoming, the team remained
determined to fulfill their potential.
After losses to Bentworth and Jefferson
Morgan, German rose to the occasion to destroy
their arch rivals, Fairchance Georges, 36-16 on
the Runners' home field. But senior Uhlan
standouts, Joe Burke, Mike Hruska, Roy Engle,
Regis Kopec, J on Williams, Clyde Morris, John
Mackovjak, Chris Marva, and Dale Hardin,
saved their best performance for Senior Night.
On that night, the Uhlans crushed Carmichaels
36-7 for a memorable victory for all 1986
Many post season honors capped the suc-
cessful season for the Uhlans as various
members of the squad were awarded all-county
and all-conference all star status. Mike Hmska J
capped his career by accepting a full four year J
scholarship to WVU.
Row 1 CL-RJ: J. Wil1iams,J.Mackovjak, P. Kaiser, R. Kopec, J. Burke, M. Hruska, R. Engle, M. Keffer, C. Morris, C. Mawa. Row 2
CL-RJ: D. Kotarsky, C. Dues, D. Dupont, C. Brooks, R. Harris, D. Hardin, E. Bergman, A. Galie, W. McKoy, S. Mannery, R. Lewis.
Row 3 QL-RJ: D. Romito, G. Davis, B. Gaster, J. Uphole, S. Goodwin, T. Vinch, J. McManus, L. Calloway, G. Floyd, J. Faris.
QL-RJ: Coach Zapotosky, Coach Franks, and Coach Tokish Coach J esso
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Ed Bergman Carl Brooks Joe Burke
Aaron Galie Dale Hardin
All Conference: Row 1 QL-RJ: J. Burke, M. Hru
R. Kopec, J. Williams, C. Morris, J. Mackovjak
All County: CL-RJ: C. Marva, J. Burke, J. Williams
ska, R. Engle, S. Mannery. Row 2 QL-RJ
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Ms. Barbara Michael
"My ninth grade Algebra I teacher in-
spired me. . ."
Ms. Janice George
Mr. Wayne D. Miller
"... a teacher by the name of Dr.
Mrs. Karen Schoener
". . . teaching has been a buming desire
Who inspired you to be a teacher?
Mr. Daniel Blanc
Since 1949, Mr. Daniel Blanc has provided inspira-
tion for German Twp. students and his fellow teachers,
alike. His gentle mannerg his willingness to work with
slower studentsg and his patience have established him
as a model for anyone wishing to know the proper way
for a "gentle-man" to behave. Mr. Blanc is also an ex-
cellent teacher who is especially effective at transmitting
the mysteries of accounting and typing.
Many English textbooks list "nice" as an overused,
trite word. Obviously, the authors have never met Mr.
Blanc, a nice person. The Class of '86 respectfully
dedicates this yearbook to our friend and teacher, Mr.
Ms. Marion V. Bertovich
". . . my high school nurse?
Mr. Lynn Cunningham
.. my senior high shop teacher, Joe
Mrs. Donna Bryant
"My mother Mr. Harry Shine
and Mr. Henry Dantzlerfi
Mrs. Betty Jo K. McDonough
"The students motivate and inspire
Ms. Sue A. Shaffer
.. Mr. Loreti knew his subject and
was helpful, and patient. ,'
Mrs. Tammy Cowsert
". . . my father, when I was growing up,
his enjoyment of the students and the
job really affected mef'
Mrs. Dorcas Brashear
"IfI can't say anything nice, I won't say
anything at all."
Mr. Russell Lopez
. . S20 more per pay!"
Mr. Mario Tiberi
. . Leaving those students whom I lov-
ed so much!"
Mr. John Gruskowski
"... the birth of Therese Marie
Mr. Edward Tekavec
"... the termination of the school
Mrs. Pat Anderson
Phys. Ed., Health
. . Being able to play golf during Sept.
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Mr. Joseph Loreti
Certainly one of GTHS,s most memorable teachers is
Mr. Joseph Loreti. Mr. Loreti has been teaching ad-
vanced mathematics at German since the late fifties.
Mr. Loreti possesses all the qualities needed to be an
excellent teacher. His patience in class, as well as out of
class, is ever present. He is able to instill in students the
will to learn, by teaching in an informal, one-on-one
way. Potentially difficult, complex, and ,often boring
classes are made fun and simple. Perhaps, however, the
most important quality Mr. Loreti possesses is his abili-
ty to respect students and students way of thinking. In
turn he gains the respect, trust, and even friendship of
Therefore, the yearbook staff would like to warmly
and respectfully dedicate the 1985-86 Laureola to Mr.
Mr. Timothy Tokish
"Students acting like ladies and
gentlemen at the Christmas program."
Mrs. Marcia Constantine
". . . the school board's approval of the
senior Florida trip."
Mr. Henry Dantzler
". . .traveling to Point Marion looking at
the Monongahela River using to road
Ms. Betty Leonard
James Bissett went to the Tech
Mr. Tony Tokish
Math, Athletic Director
". . . when the football team beat Fair-
Mr. Jeffrey Martin
"Michelle Brooks' showing me the
worm in her Reese's Cup!"
Mr. Charles Yackmack
"Mr. Rossi and Mr. Bowers, in -that
order, should strongly consider retiring
from basketball participation."
Mrs. Madelynn Cindric v s
". . . special recognition should go to the
lover 30 gang' . . ."
Mr. Wayne Bowers L
". . . Wayne Bowers had witty playmak-
ing and ability to motivate the team on
and offthe court." N
Mr. George Hamilla
"The teachers showed great poise, skill,
and basketball ability for a group of
chubby, elderly gentlemen."
Mr. Dewey Cockiield
Economics, P. 0.D.
hat do ou think of the faculty's efforts?
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Mrs. Joan Martin
"Some of these million dollar players
should be put on waivers."
Ms. Helen V. Sweder
"Mr, Hamilla's contrasting shades of red
twhen he was out of breathj to green ffrom
the night beforejf'
Ms. Mary Jane Cossel
". . . it's time to hang up the high tops and
stick with volleyball unless there is a CPR
course offered here."
Mr. Barrie Jon Rossi
". .. this should probably be the last year
for these games."
Mr. Ron Rifenburg
"I was intelligent enough not to play."
Dr. Denise Martin
"They had better hire some young
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Maintenance Crew: George Myers, Frank Karlowitz, Dan Romito
Board of Education: Asst. Superintendent Franks, Mr. Langley, Mr. Boni, Ms. Macar, Superintendent Tippet, Business Manager
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This year's freshman class displayed a
lot of spirit and surprised everyone at the
first pep-rally by being louder than the
sophomore and junior classes, and by hav-
ing lots of signs and spirit tags. Even with
all this spirit, however, they still couldn't
win the bell.
At one pep rally, the Class of '89 was in-
itiated. Marshall Cramer and Diane Ford
had pies thrown in their faces. They han-
dled it well, though, and the rest of the
freshman class laughed right along with
This yearis freshman class came into the
Senior High dazed and bewildered. They
were literally trampled to death between
classes by seniors. The freshmen, like all
other classes, kept trying to get out of class.
Unlike some of the upperclassmen,
though, they didn't have much luck.
When they were in class, however, some
of the students proved to be very hard-
workers, scoring higher on the NEDT test
than their sophomore counterparts and
proving that, despite the abuse and lack of
recognition from the other classes, the
Class of 1989 is the class with class.
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The 85 86 school year was a rough
Even though Bill Guappone and Maria Mallick
helped add excitement to the freshmen initiation, the
sophomores were always the subject of jokes about being "on-
strike at this year s pep rallies As the year progressed however, the
sophomores began to display a little more enthusiasm and started to raise
The sophomores found some of their classes especially rough Mr Blancas typing
class went very well for the sophomores once they overcame the fear of getting their fingers
tangled in the keys and never being able to remove them In Mr Martin s class "Cloud By
Finally just as this year seemed to be turning into a bed of roses for the sophomores, a dead
rat in Mr Loreti s room turned the sweet smell of success into something quite different
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The Class of l87 had this strange custom.
They did not believe in attending lunch
periods, instead, they roamed the halls.
Knowing the juniors, they probably just
wanted to give Mr. Tiberi a sore throat,
although some especially creative schedul-
ing resulted in some juniors' being
scheduled into classes during both 4A and
In general, though, it seemed as though
the juniors were often content to just "get
by." When asked "What do you like about
being a Junior'?", many replied "Passing"
Passing Mrs. Constantiness class itself was
enough of a challenge. The Class of '87 will
always remember the homework which
few did and the quizzes which few passed.
Mr. Bowers' Drivers Training class, too,
developed a few new twists thanks to the
juniors, nearly including a twisted bumper
and fender on the Driver,s Training car!
Through the trials and tribulations of
geometry, English, and driver's education
classes, the juniors managed to stick
together and still be a tightly knit group. So
look out world, here comes the Class of
'87! fAssuming, of course, that we pass!!!J
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year to remember!
The close friendships, tested by a series of pro-
blems, will be treasured long after the Ulate-June"
The Class of 1986 consists of many special peo-
ple and unique personalities. Best wishes are ex-
tended to all!
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Louis Daniel Amandola
Lou is a vocational technical student who majored in auto
bodylle is from Balsinger and his ambition is to further his
career as an autohody repairman, to get a good job, and to get
His activities included wrestling, V.l.C.A., Jump-A-Thon,
band. and basketball.
His fondest memory was when he became a senior.
Louis' nickname was "Loupuss." His favorite expression
His favorite hangout was the halls at German.
C l de Angelo
Clyde is a voeationa technical student who studies auto
body, He is from McCIellandtown and says his ambition is to
graduate and "to become an alcoholic."
Clyde's favorite expression was "you are, but what am I?"
He liked to hang out in the breezeway.
Dan is a vocational technical student who studies building
maintenance, He is from Masontown.
Sherri Lynn Antram
Sherri is a secretarial-commercial student from New Salem.
Her ambition is to be a success in whatever she does.
She served as an usherette for the national honor society.
Her activities included marching band, concert band,
Jump-A-Thon, teachers aide, floor runner, Junior Culture
Club, usherette for the honor society induction, and honor roll.
Her fondest memories were picking on Mr. Rossi and
floating around sixth period,
Sherri's nickname wa
"Jennifer, don't worry about it."
s A'Sher." Her favorite expression was
Edward M. Bergman
Edward is a general student from Gates. His ambition is to
get a good job and a good woman.
His activities included wrestling and football.
His fondest memory is the strike.
Edward's nicknames were "Oger" and "Bergi." His favorite
expression was "Get a haircut!"
Dianna Lynn Boggs
Dianna is an academic student from Edenbom. Her ambi-
tion is to further her education in nursing.
She was named to the student council as a member at large
and served as freshman class secretary. She was named to
Wh ' ' '
o s Who Among American High School Students, and was
chosen as a student ofthe month.
Her activities were Language Club, Junior Culture Club,
marching and concert band, Bloodmobile, and Jump-A-Thon.
Her fondest memory was being crowned Coronation Queen.
Dianna's nicknames were "Boogie" and "Dino" Her
favorite expression was "I don't think l like him any more."
Her favorite hangout was in the hallways in school.
Carl is a vocational technical student who studies auto body
He is from Footedale and his ambition is to own his own body
He played football.
His fondest memory is senior night.
Carl's nicknames were "Mel" and "Mel Lee." His favorite
expression was "Oh!"
His favorite hangout was the breczeway hall.
Lora Lynn Burden
Lora is a commercial student from Footedale. Her ambition
is to further her education and to marry a very rich, well-built
Her activities included concert and marching band, chorus,
teacher's aide, 400 floor runner, yearbook, and Jump-A-Thon.
Joseph Eugene Burke
Joseph is a general student from Footedale. His ambition is
to get a good job and make money.
He was named to the all-county, and Tri-county All Star
His fondest memory was the strike.
His nickname was "Fin-out." His favorite expression was
Rhonda Michelle Burkholder
Rhonda is a commercial student from McClellandtown. Her
ambition is to go to school and become a dental assistant and
to do all the things she's ever wanted to do.
Her activities included chorus, teacher's aide, Junior
Culture Club, Coronation attendant, teachers' tea, junior
homeroom vicerpresident, sophomore homeroom treasurer,
Her fondest memory was being on the Coronation Court.
Robert Andrew Butorac
Robbie is an academic student from Adah. His ambition is
to go to college in order to study architectural engineering.
He was chosen student of the month, recipient of the NEDT
Award, Exchange Club Student of the Semester, Who's Who
Among American High School Students, president of the Na-
tional Honor Society, junior homeroom president. He was also
awarded third place in the Science Olympiad competition,
Tribune-Review Student of the month, and served as vice-
president ofthe Language Club.
His activities included Junior Culture Club, Art Club, and
laureola staff photographer.
His fondest memory was taking Chrissy Morris to the Cor-
Leinder D. Calloway
Leinder is an academic student from Masontown. His ambi-
tion is to become a doctor.
He lettered in basketball.
His activities included band thead dmmmerj, Art Club,
Science Olympiad, Language Club, Jump-A-Thon, Laureola
staff, and Junior Culture Club.
His fondest memory is playing "Street-Beat" at pep rallies.
His nickname was "Cat." His favorite expression was "Roy,
what class are we going to skip?"
Debbie is a general student from McClellandtown, Her am-
bition is to get a good payingjob and to raise a family.
Her activities included chorus and Jump-A-Thon attendant.
Hcr fondest memories were being a senior, graduation, and
being with all her friends.
Her nickname was "Debbie Jo." Her favorite expression
was 'tAll right!"
Her favorite hangout was underneath the breezeway.
Daniel R. Coffman
Daniel is an academic student from Uniontown. His ambi-
tion is tojoin the army. go to college, and become an engineer.
He was named to student of the month, national honor
society vice-president, and Junior Culture Club treasurer.
His activities included Art Club. Language Club, and the
His fondest memory was graduation.
His nickname was 'lOpie," His favorite hangout was the art
Jennifer Lynn Crozier
Jennifer is a commercial-clerical student from McClelland-
town. Her ambition is to be successful in the future and to
marry a rich and handsome man.
She received the "One-Mile For A Smile" Award,
Her activities included chorus. An Club, Junior Culture
Club. and Jump-A-Thon attendant.
Her fondest memory was coming to German and meeting
the greatest friends anyone can ask for.
Debbie is a vocational technical student who studies graphic
arts. She is from Lambert.
Thomas F. DeGus1pe
Thomas is a vocational technical student who studies
machine production technology. He is from Messmorc. His
ambition is to go out with Heather Thomas, marry her, and
have thiny kids.
He was named junior homeroom vice-president.
He participated in senior high baseball,
His fondest memory was when Mr. Colebank said the pledge
twice in one homeroom.
David Darnell Dillinger
David is a vocational-technical student who studies auto
body. He is from Edenbom. His ambition is to make all he can
out of life.
His activities included Jump-A-Thon and V.l.C.A.
His fondest memory was getting to know someone he really
His nickname was "Dillipop." His favorite expression was
"Come on you guys!"
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Ronald is a vocational-technical student who studies
building maintenance. His hometown is Palmer.
Roy E. Engle
Roy is a vocational-technical student who studies auto body.
His hometown is McClellandtown. His ambition is to go to the
marines and become a sergeant.
He was named to V,l.C.A. class representative. and the all-
His activities included football, and wrestling,
His fondest memory was when Mr, Colebank said the pledge
Kelly S. Flanigan
Kelly is a vocational-technical student who studies scientific
data. She is from Smithfield. Her ambition is to lead a happy
life, find a good payingjob, and pursue a computer career,
She was named student of the month, Who's Who Among
American High School Students, the Coronation Coun, and
served as a sophomore homeroom officer.
Her activities included chorus, V.l.C.A., Jump-A-Thon,
Laureola Staff, teacher's aide, and honor roll,
Her fondest memory was being named as one of the girls on
the Coronation Court.
Erica is an academic student from Ralph. Her ambition is to
attain a bachelor of science degree in nursing.
She was named as the Homecoming Quecn, Exchange Club
student of the semester. student of thc month, honor roll,
Who's Who Among American High School Student's, Spanish
l and Il competition - 2nd place winner, and Tribune-
Review Student ofthe Month.
Her activities included marching band - majorette, concen
band, national honor society, student council, Laureola staff,
Youth Traffic Safety Council, Language Club, Junior Culture
Club, freshman homeroom president, sophomore class presi-
dent, junior class president, senior class president, Jump-A-
Thon, and Bloodmobile.
Her fondest memory was becoming the 1985 Homecoming
Aaron is a vocational-technical student who studies carpen-
try. Hc is from Ralph. His ambition is to get ajob and make a
He was named as a Coronation escort.
His activities included football, baseball, .lump'A-Thon, and
Mr. Tokish's helper.
His fondest memory is the Coronation Ball.
His favorite expression was "Use it or lose it!" His favorite
hangouts were the halls and Mr. Tokish's room.
Mechelle Yvette Gllsta
Michelle is a general student from McClellandtown, Her
ambition is to be good at whatever she chooses to do.
She was named to the office of vice-president for the
freshman, sophomore, and junior classes, was chosen German
representative for the Alben Gallatin River Regatta, and
Her activities included Art Club, student council, and
Shirley L. Grlmm
Shirley is vocational-technical student who studies
cosmetology. She is from Messmore. Her ambition is to live
one day at a time.
She was named as a Coronation Court attendant.
Her activities included V.l.C.A., junior high teacher's aide,
Her fondest memory was being named one ofthe girls ofthe
Anne Carmen Guappone
Anne is an academic student from McClellandtown. Her
ambition is to attend West Virginia University to study
She was named to first place Sweepstakes Award at Seven
Springs Yearbook Seminar, high honor roll, student of the
month, third place Science Olympiad competition at Har-
risburg Area Community College, Who's Who Among
American High School Students, Tribune-Review student of
the month, and sound effects in "A Visitor From Forest Hills."
Her activities included national honor society, Laureola
editor, librarianls aide, Junior Culture Club, Future
Homemakers of America, and Language Club.
Her fondest memories were winning the Sweepstakes Award
and going to the Coronation Ball.
Dale is vocational-technical student who studies machine
shop. He is from Sunshine Hollow. His ambition is to become
rich and have a good life.
He was named to all-county for football, and senior
His activity was wrestling.
His fondest memory was Senior Night.
His nickname was "Elad." His favorite hangout was the
Richard W. Harrls
Rich was a vocational-technical student who studies
welding. He is from Lambert. His ambition is to weld on the
His activities included football, V.l.C.A., and
His fondest memory was Senior Night.
His favorite hangouts were underneath the breczeway and in
William G. Heeter
Bill is a vocational-technical student who studies elec-
tronics. He is from Leckrone. His ambition is to continue his
education in electronics.
His fondest memory was graduation.
His favorite expression was "How about that."
Lisa Marte Heffern
Lisa is an academic student from Ralph. Her ambition is to
go to school to become a stewardess and to find someone she
She was named to the honor roll, student of the month,
junior homeroom president, Homecoming Court, and senior
Her activities included volleyball, Language Club, Jump-A-
Thon, chorus. girl's ensemble, and football announcer.
Her fondest memory at German was when she was elected to
the Homecoming Court.
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Kimberly Lynn Hickle
Kim is a commercial student from Balsinger, Her ambition
is to marry someone special and to live life to its fullest.
She was named to junior homeroom secretary. senior stu-
dent council treasurer, student forum treasurcr. and
Homecoming Court attendant.
Her activities included teacher's aid, and Jump-A-Thon
Her fondest memory was being named on the Homecoming
Karlene Hope Hixenbaugh
Karlene is a vocational-technical student who studies
graphic arts. She is from Ralph. Her ambition is to go to col-
lege, get ajob, become successful, and get married.
Her activities included basketball, chorus, volleyball,
V.I,C.A., and Jump-A-Thon,
Her fondest memories were the fun times she had with her
Mark Anthony Hlatky
Mark is a vocational-technical student who studies masonry.
He is from McClellandtown. His ambition is to stan his own
His activities included band, and the Jump-A'Thon.
Michael Edward Hruska
Mike is an academic student from Edenborn. His ambition
is to go to college. play football, get a degree, and to be suc-
cessful in life.
He was named to the all-conference, all-county football
teams, and homeroom president.
His activities included student council, Bloodmobile, and
His fondest memory was when he was at the vocational-
David M. Huffine
David is a vocational technical student majoring in welding.
He is from Ronco. His ambition is to become a welder and
"make lots ofmoneyf' Huffs fondest memory ofGTHS was
when the teachers went on strike.
Lee is a vocational technical student majoring in
cosmetology. Her hometown is Lamberton. She hopcs to be
successful in life and to own a business.
Shorty's happiest moments were the home economics par-
ties, the "first day back from tech," and the night ofthe
Ronald D. Jones
' vocational technical student from Ralph' he is ma-
Ron is a .
joring in electricity, He wants to join the army or work for
Parks' United Van Lines.
ln 1979, .lonesy attended school in Dunbar Boro.
His happiest moment was when he found out he was going
to be a senior.
His favorite expression was "l love it! I love it!" Ron's
favorite hangout was the weight room.
Paul Kaiser, IV
Paul is a general student from Leckrone.
His activities included football, baseball, coronation court
escort, and teaeher's aide. He served as freshman homeroom
vice-president, sophomore homeroom president, and junior
His nickname was Kiz, and his favorite expressin was "Oh,
God!" Paul also attended school in Uniontown.
Michael T. Keffer
Mike is a vocational technical student majoring in masonry.
His hometown is Footedale. His ambition is "to get out of
Footedale and own a Corvette."
He played football and served as a coronation court escon.
Spike's happiest moment was being a senior.
Gary is a vocational technical student who studies air condi-
tioning and heating. He is from Leekrone and his ambition is
"to own an air conditioning business and a Maserati."
He was a V.I.C.A. member.
His fondest memory at German is when Mr. Colebank said
the pledge twice on December 3.
Regis A. Kopec
"Rege" is a vocational technical student who studies
machine production and technology. He is from Edenborn,
and his ambition is to "win the Lotto and own every known
type ofguitar ever made."
He was chosen for student ofthe month, all conference foot-
ball all star team, and sophomore homeroom president.
His activities were baseball, student council. Coronation
Court escort and sewing as Mr. Tokish's aide.
His fondest memory at German was on December 3, 1985,
when Mr. Colebank said the Pledge ofAllegiance twice.
Bettina is a commercial student from Louck's Hill. Her am-
bition is to become a better person than shc is already,
Her activities were chorus, girls' ensemble, Art Club, and
Her fondest memory at German was surviving the
Gerald Allen Lindsey
Gerald is a vocational technical student who studies Auto
Body Il. He is from Footedalc, and his ambition is to have a
His favorite expression is "tee ha ha" and his favorite
hangout is in the hall.
John Michael Mackovjak
Chug is a general student from Palmer. His ambition is to
further his education, to get a good payingjob. and to have his
very own country.
He was chosen for the all conference football team.
His fondest memory at German was the strike, and his
favorite expression was "I see."
Melissa Mae Maldovan
Missy, an academic student from MeClellandtown, wants to
further her education in medicine and to live a long, happy life
with her special someone,
She was chosen for the Who's Who Among American High
School Students, DAR American History Award, NEDT
Award, Exchange Club Student of the Year, student of the
month, first place in the Spanish I and Il contests, Tribune-
Review Student of the Month, high honor roll, student council
president, vice president and member at large, head majorette,
Junior Culture Club vice president, Language Club secretary
and treasurer, Sophomore class secretary, and girls' and boys'
basketball scorekeeper. Her activities were marching and con-
cert band, national honor society, Youth Traffic Safety Coun-
cil, student forum, Laureola staff, Homecoming Court, Blood-
mobile, and jumpaa-thon.
Jerome A. Marella
J-Rome is an academic student from McClellandtown. His
ambition is to be an electrical engineer.
He was chosen as Art Club senior representative, Junior
homeroom treasurer, and national honor society treasurer.
His activities were Language Club, Junior Culture Club,
Computer Club and the honor roll.
His favorite expression was "lt's a mystery," and his
favorite hangout was the art room,
Christopher Mark Marva
Marv is an academic student from Footdale. His ambition is
to serve his military term, get a good job, play his bass guitar in
a good band, and to be as successful as he can.
He was chosen for the all county football team. His other ac-
complishments included being Christmas wrestling touma-
ment runner-up, being named to honor roll, student of the
month, and Who's Who Among American High School
Students, and serving as Junior homeroom president.
His activities were wrestling, Language Club, national honor
society, Junior Culture Club, jump-a-thon, bloodmobile, stu-
dent eouncil, Busch Garden trip, Science Olympiad at Har-
risburg Area Community College, wrestling tournament at
Florida, and the Spanish Competition.
His fondest memory at German was beating Carmichaels on
Shelley is a commercial student from Ohiopyle. Her ambi-
tion is to be a beautician and to get married.
Her activities were girls' ensemble and Art Club, She also at-
tended Calvary Academy where she was chosen M.V,P. in
Her fondest memory at German is the Coronation,
Chrissy is an academic student from McClellandtown. Her
ambition is to attend law school and become a corporate
She was chosen for the NEDT award, first place Sweepstakes
Award at yearbook camp. high honor roll. student of the
month. Who's Who Among American High School Students.
secretary of the national honor society, Laureola editor,
secretary ofthe Junior Culture Club, Tribune-Review student
ofthe month. and sophomore homeroom secretary.
ller activities are librarian, teacher's aide, Science Olym-
piad at Harrisburg Area Community College, lead in "A
Visitor From Forest Hills," Future Homemakers of America,
and Language Club.
Chris' fondest memory at German was being escorted to the
Coronation Ball by Robert Butorac.
Clyde M. Morris
Clyde is a commercial student from Adah. His ambition is
to leave the area and work for the government, or to become
successful in anything else he tries.
He was chosen all conference for football, junior homeroom
secretary, and senior homeroom secretary.
His londest memory at German was his senior year.
Robert E. Myers
Robert is a vocational technical student who studies auto
body. He is from Adah and his ambition is to get a good paying
job and live ltfe to the fullest.
His fondest memory at German was when he became a
Teresa Elizabeth Myers
Tres is a vocational technical student who studies food
service. She is from McClellandtown, and her ambition is to
get a good payingjob and to live life to the fullest.
Her activities were band, Coronation Court. V.l.C.A.. and
Her fondest memory was graduation and all the good times
she had with her friends. Teresa's favorite expression was
Mary Beth Norman
Mary Beth is an academic student from Ralph. Her ambi-
tion is to further her education in business or communica-
tions, to get married, and to raise a family.
Bethy was chosen for the honor roll, student of the month,
Coronation Court, student council member at large, and
sophomore homeroom president.
Her activities were marching and coneen band, Laureola
staff, jump-a-thon, Youth Trallic Safety Council, Junior
Culture Club, Language Club, and Bloodmobile.
Her fondest memory at German was getting picked to be on
the Coronation Court.
LaNelle L. Powell
Lanelle is a general student from Gates. Her ambition is to
further her education at California llniversity and to become
wealthy by running a tcensoredll.
Her activities were chorus, Language Club, librarian. Jump-
a-thon, Junior Culture Club, and the Laureola staff.
Lanelle's friends called her 'tNellie," "Nelle," or 'fthe one
Roy E. Ravenscraft, Jr.
Ray is an academic student from MeClellandtown. His am-
bition is to attend West Virginia University and to major in
He was chosen as Art Club president. sophomore homeroom
vice-president. Homecoming escort. and senior homeroom
His activities were band, the Science Olympiad at Har-
risburg Area Community College. Who's Who Among
American High School Students, Language Club. Laureola
staff Junior Culture Club. jumpra-thon. honor roll, and stu-
Known as "Boom Boom," Ray. Capt, Ray, or Boy Roy, his
fondest memory at German was playing the "street beat" at all
the pep rallies throughout the years.
Gary is a vocational technical student who studied elec-
tronics. He is from McClellandtown.
Christina Marte Romito .
Chrissi is a commercial-clerical student from Lambenon.
Her ambition is to lead a funnier life than anyone else in the
She was chosen as cheerleading captain, Coal Queen Can-
didate, and Homecoming court attendant, She was also named
in Who's Who Among High School Students.
Her activities were band, teacher's aide, chorus, girls'
ensemble, Junior Culture Club, Art Club. Teachers' Tea, and
John E. Rura, Jr.
John is a vocational technical student who studies masonry.
He is from Ralph and his ambition is to have his own eon-
struction business and to strike it rich.
His fondest memory of German was when he found out that
he was going to be a senior.
Theresa Maria Silbaugh
Treasa Mae is a vocational technical student from Ralph
who majors in Graphic Arts. Her ambition is to go to Germany
for a year, and to come back and live her life.
She was a V.I.C.A. member.
Her fondest memory was when Bob started driving the bus.
Shirley M. Smalley
Mae is a vocational technical student who studies business
data. Her ambition is to get a good payingjob and to live a suc'
cessful and prosperous life.
Her activities were V,I.C.A., chorus, and jump-a-thon.
Her fondest memory at German was all the happy and fun
times she shared with her friends.
Carl Edward Sterbutzel Jr
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Jed is a commercial student from McClellandtown. His am-
bition is to become very wealthy.
He was chosen as a Homecoming court attendant and as
sophomore homeroom president.
His activities were student council and Junior Culture Club.
His fondest memory at German was when Mr. Tiheri
excused him really early from school.
Robert L. Sterbutzel III
Bert is a general student from McClellandtown. His ambi-
tion is to make money.
He was chosen as a Homecoming escort and senior
His fondest memory of German was when Erica was
crowned Homecoming Queen.
Bert's favorite expression was "Paul, come here!"
Vincent J. M. Stunja
Vincent is a general student from Edenborn. His ambition is
to become a marketing representative or an accountant.
He was chosen to play a part in "A Visitor from Forest
Hts activities were band and Language Club.
His fondest memory at German was when Tina Lawson
almost killed them in driver's ed.
Rodne Glen Sume
Rodney is a voeationa technical student w o studies auto
body. He is from Sunshine Hollow and his ambition is to
graduate, find a better job. find a nice young lady, and have a
Known to his friends as f'Little Herb" or t'Rotney," he
served as a Homecoming escort.
His fondest memory at German were Fridays at 2:40.
James E. Tabacsko
James is a general student from Leekrone. His ambition is to
get ajob and make money.
He was chosen as senior homeroom president.
His activity was the national honor society.
His fondest memory ofGerman was the strike.
Chris Alan Todak
Chris is an academic student from Footdale. His ambition is
to be successful in whatever the future holds,
He was chosen as the Art Club treasurer.
His fondest memory at German was finding out that Mrs.
Constantine was his senior homeroom teacher.
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Crystal Renee Treadwell
Crystal is a general student from Leckronc. Her ambition is
to further her education, enjoy life. and to fultill my one
She was chosen as sophomore homeroom treasurer.
freshman class treasurer. girls' basketball manager, and l985
Coronation Court attendant.
Her activities were Laureola staff, chorus. teacher's aide.
librarian, Language Club. Junior Culture Club. student coun-
cil. and jump-a-thon.
Her fondest memories were going on a trip to Virginia Beach
and trying to survive four days with LaNelle and Craig.
John Francis Trostek
John is an academic student from McClellandtown. His am-
bition is to join the U.S. Army, go to college for electrical
engineering. and then buy a nude beach.
He was chosen for the high honor roll. student ofthe month,
Society of Distinguished American High School Students. and
DAR History award.
His activity was the national honor society.
J odt Lynne Vavreek
Jodi is an academic student from Ralph. Her ambition is to
become a radiologist, to live a happy and prosperous life. and
"to finally find an honest guy,"
She was chosen as freshman class secretary, junior class
treasurer, senior class secretary, and Homecoming court.
Her activities were chorus, Language Club, color guard,
jump-a-thon, Junior Culture Club, Clarion University Poetry
Contest. newspaper staff, and Laureola staff.
Her fondest memory at German was being selected to be on
the homecoming court and being with Joey at the Coronation.
Charlotte Mae Vernon
Char is a vocational technical student who studies food ser-
vice. She is from Ralph.
Her activity was V.I,C.A.
Her fondest memory at German was when Erica Gaffey won
for Homecoming Queen.
Samuel L. Vmch, Jr.
Sam is a vocational technical student who studies data pro-
cessing, He is from Palmer and his ambition is to get ajob with
He was chosen as a Coronation Court escort and sophomore
His fondest memory at German was the Coronation Ball,
Dawn Michelle Watts
Dawn is an academic student from Ralph. Her ambition is
to travel to New York, Paris, Australia, London, Milan,
Tokyo, and Los Angeles to seek her destiny, fortune. and
She was chosen as student ofthe month, honor roll, and
Who's Who Among American High School Students.
Her activities were Art Club, Language Club, Junior Culture
Her favorite memory at German was graduation and being a
Donald Richard Wh1pkey
Whip is a commercial student. His ambition is to live in
Hawaii in a bungalow with an ocean view.
His activity was baseball.
His favorite memory at German was when the baseball team
made it to the playoffs.
Jon Michael Williams
Jon Mike is a commercial student from Ralph. His ambition
is to be successful in everything he does.
He was chosen for MVP in football and basketball and the
all conference and all county football teams.
His fondest memory at German was graduation.
Sherry June Willis
Cher is a vocational technical student who studies medical
assisting. She is from McClellandtown and her ambition is to
go to college to be in the health field, to get married, and to
lead a happy life.
Her activities were V.I.C.A., chorus, jump-a-thon,
volleyball, teacher's aide for Mr. Tokish, and Future
Homemakers of America.
Her fondest memories at German were graduation and all
the fun times she had with her friends.
Pat is a commercial student from Balsinger. His ambition is
to get a high payingjob in the business field.
He was chosen as the senior homeroom vice president. K
His activities were the Art Club, office practice, and '
Beth Ann Yadamec
Beffis an academic student from McClellandtown. Her am-
bition is to move to Colorado and to get a job teaching
She was chosen as senior homeroom treasurer and editor of M, .
the newspaper staff My
Her activities were Language Club, Laureola staff, and Com-
Her fondest memory of German was the Coronation Ball.
Linda Jean Zvolenski
Lin is a commercial student from Adah. Her ambition is to
find a college that will accept her and then become a physical
She was chosen for Who's Who Among American High
School Students, sophomore homeroom secretary, senior . ,
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Her activities were national honor society, Art Club, chorus, .
girl's ensemble, freshman basketball, teacher's aide, and V' V2 .
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This tiny tot could be found "floating"
in the halls.
This little girl will be remembered for
saying "He's so cute!"
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This baby will be remembered as being
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This girl will be remembered for trying
to get Bert.
This young fellow mixed his lunch
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This baby always said, "I don't think I
like him anymore."
This baby girl is known as "Spike,"
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This little girl is from Ohiopyle.
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giving Mr. G. a rough time.
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the boy who lived in Mayberry.
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This little boy became a linebacker.
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his noises in English.
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her impression ofSuperman.
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saying, "Come on you guys."
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J.Syrek and Sons
Michelle Susan Brooks '88
Bonnie Loves Tim
Tim loves Bonnie
Colleen and Paul
John and Shirley Glad
Bonnie Shea loves Timmy
Dave Loves Rhonda
Ma and the Kids Danny,
Baby LaNellie, Susie Q,
Bef and Ma
Friday Nite Crew
Sherri Antram '86
Susan loves Chug
Paul loves Margie
Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Denise, Jeffrey, C.V., and
Tech'ers No. 1
Kris Rifenburg 2002
Screams of Passion '86
Lisa loves Bernice
Linda Zvolenski '86
Crystal and Shawn
Beth "Dudette if l"
Mr. and Mrs. Walter James
Jim, MaryJane, Troy and
Chris "Wham" Trosiek
Missy loves Tom
Diana loves Mike
Wayne, Joan, Melanie and
Mr. and Mrs. Greg Fedor,
Greg, Emily and Nathan
Melissa "Missy" '86
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Young
Si, Moose, Noot, C.J. and
Tom Carafa 1540
Frank, Sharon and Tonia
Tom loves Missy
Mr. BL Mrs. Tom Carafa
Missy, Jodi, Dianna,
MaryBeth, Beth, Lisa,
Erica and Linda
Michele Warholak '83
Mark, Paula, Kurt and
Mipsy loves Pookie
Bob if 79
Erica loves Ben
Good Luck "Gang"
Kiyoko Gaffey and Family
Art and Lois Vaccaro
Lee and Lisa Bailey
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
Tim and Nancy Tokish and
Tim and Annette Gacek
Mike and Carolyn Benko
Mike Benko Jr
Missy Benko '89
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ansel
Mr. and Mrs. Louis R.
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Vaccaro
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Saluga
Mr. and Mrs. George
Sofranko and Family
Georgia and Donnie
Georgia - Marianne and
Jamie '87 ,
Mr. and Mrs. T.D. Michael,
Jr. and sons
Cheeks loves Mr. Bubbles
Cindy Class of'87
Chana loves George '87
Angie, Mike and Piper
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Valeria and B.J.
Michelle Jones Class of'89
Robby, Chrissy, Anne and
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Chris and Rob
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Jodi loves Mark forever
Old Man, Chicken Parts,
Barney, Peanut and Lipps
Carla tHackJ '87
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bealko
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kolek
Nat and Pat
Kim loves Greg
Greg loves Kim
Missy loves Teddy Bear
Mary Ferruti, alumna
Lisa and Rhonda
Laura '91 loves Randy '90
Cookie Monster '89
Class of '89
Lina - Class of'88
"Marla - Class of'88"
Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Maldovan and Family
Nancy, Maria and Marla
Mr. and Mrs. John Hutzel
Chris W, and Bernie K.
Gina Williams loves Lou
Tracy Baer loves Scott
Tammy McKahn loves
Amy Brown loves Mike
Shawn Frazenbaker loves
Amy Jo and Tammy Jo Best
Mr. and Mrs. Brown and
Aaron Galie loves Michelle
Kelly and Sam
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Dale Hardin if 63
Mike if 80 Football
Mr. and Mrs.
Shirley loves Philip
M r. a n d M rs.
Kelly loves Jim
Kelly, Sam, Sherry, Gary,
Shirley G., Aaron and
Kelly and Jim Silbaugh
Gary Kelly '86
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Billy and Lori
Andrea loves Greg
The Three Muskateers
Andrea, Janice and Michelle
J.N. loves T.D.
Marietta, Class of'82
Mrs. Elizabeth Brooks
Joseph A. Faris '88
The Great Class of'88
Pat Wilson '86
Martha R. Evans
Mrs. Earl Brooks
Mrs. Michael Connolly
Dawn loves Tom Tate
Mary Ann Allen
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Antram
Tracy McKahan and Patty
Leslie loves Rich
Steph, Erica, Melinda and
Juanita '89 ,
Regis, Brenda, Regina, Bon-
nie, Lori, Regis and Chris
Missy loves Sam
Brian loves Chrissi
Wayne D. Miller
Kris luvs Rick
Jim it 56
Dave if 24
Mr. and Mrs. Susan Opel.
Rev. and Mrs. Carl Opel
Randy loves Stacy
Mike loves Cheryl
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rankin
Ronnie and Louise
Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Heidi O. '88
Paul, Lynn, Angie and Mat-
Pat, Angela, Erin and Eric
Mr. and Mrs. Tim
Gregg Wilson '88
MaryBeth loves John
John loves MaryBeth
Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nor-
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baer
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Anna, Charlie and Tommy
Mrs. Louise Stanislaw, Lisa,
John and Julie
John loves MaryBeth
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J.
Norman and MaryBeth
Lisa loves Jimmy
Osh loves Jazz
Lisa loves Neal
Mr, and Mrs. Donald Burke
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Stith
Tim and Nancy Tokish
Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Wilson
Crystal loves S.O.S.
Ruth P. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. James E.
Ruth P. Thomas U.M.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mehota
Mr. and Mrs. James Hutson
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney A.
The Soldier '87
Owen loves Renee
John Trosiek '86
Mrs. Jean Flemming
Mr, and Mrs. Ed Rochek
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
Dr. and Mrs, Carmen A.
Anne C. Guappone
Paula loves Jeffrey
J ab loves Pab
Paula Christine loves Jef-
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J .B. and J .D.
The Good Lucky "Bear"
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Mr. Paul Fronczek
Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Mrs. "M" and All the
The B autiful Ones '87
e Beautiful Ones '88
Mrs, Linda Morris
Robert S. Morris
John, Dorothy, and Therese
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Blanc
Mr. and Mrs. William F.
Dawn Michelle '86
Wamo Hot Tracks
Beth Ann '86
Bob J. Pento '86
Rodney and Carol
Willie and Debbie
Mr. and Mrs. John Franczyk
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Myers
Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Shelley Corcoran '88
Jennifer Corcoran '92
Stephen loves Amy
Pooky and Odie
Mr. and Mrs. William
Philip Gaffey '88
Susan and Chug
Susan Yadamec '88
Darlene loves Scott
Jim and Barb Yadamec
Kari loves Andy
The Steve Daniel Family
Jeff Phillips loves Jodi
William Martin Family
Richard Rush Family
Bob Rush Family
Joe it 66
Trisha, Debbie, Missy and
Chris "Whammie" Trosiek
Richard Layhew '89
Andrea, Michelle and Janice
Michelle and Butch
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Skala
Mike Skala '89
"Buckwheat" and "Mr. C"
Mr. and Mrs. "Hap"
Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Rates
Mrs. Rosemarie Sangston
April, Grace, Alan and
"Oompah and Amazon"
Rachel "Babies" Pike
Class of'87 S.B.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome R.
Mr, and Mrs, J.O. Brown
Becky Brown Class of'80
Jenny Class of'90
Barbie Cramer '80
Mrs. Ruth Franks
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Camlin
Jerome Simon Class of'84
Mr. and Mrs. Dobish, Lori's
Nick and Bonnie Dubovich
Jody and Lisa
Angel and Nikki '87
Gary, Joy and Tabitha
Mr. and Mrs. Harold King
Janet and Lloyd
Lisa and Lori, the odd
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shim-
shock and Family
Junior High Cheerleaders
Randy, Debbie and Danielle
Chrissi and Brian
Lora Burden '86
Kimberly L. Hickle '86
Rebecca loves Someone
Rhonda loves Dave
Sherri loves Kenny
Debbie Jo Clark '86
Lora's Mom and Dad
Rev. Leonard Kirby
Jennifer Lynn Crozier '86
Tracey Rutland '9l
Lisa loves Bernie
Mr. and Mrs. William Hef-
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Melissa Heffern '90
Beth-Center Class of'87
Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Famularo
Jodi Loves Someone Very
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Vavreck
Mark Etham Vavreck
Ida Young and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis R.
. Francis and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baer
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mr. and Mrs. John Gibel
Mr. and Mrs. William
Means and Family
Terri and Lauren '
Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Grizz loves Polar
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Blanc
Mr. and Mrs. William F.
Sandy Bottom Bombers
Well, gee George
Maria and Nancy '88
Bucwheat and Ginger
The Dudettes '88
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Emma Martin Family
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My parents live in the same small town
M y job is so small town
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Educated in a small town
Tau ht the year of Jesus in a small town
Used to daydream in that small town
Another boring romantic that is me
But I've seen it all in a small town
Had myself a ball in a small town
Married an L.A. doll and brought her to this
Now she's small town just like me
No I cannotforget where it is that I comehom
I cannot for et the peo le who love me
Yeah, I canlie myseU'h1ere in this small town
And people let me be just what I want to be
Got nothing against a big town
Still hayseed enough to say
Look who's in the ig town
But my bed is in a small town
Oh, and that's good enough for me
Well I was bom in a small town
And I can breathe in a small town
Gonna die in this small town
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