Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH)

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---,x.4.-..,-.. . ,. A - ,H . 5 , . . 1978 BflECt0l' Girard High School Girard, Ohio Editor-in-Chief .IU DY BARN ES Layout Editor MARY ELLEN AGUE Transcript Editor KAREN MODERALLI Photographic Editor TAMMY MARTIN Composition Editor DENNIS BARTELS Copy Editor TERRY LAKE Business Manager TON Y DECEL LO Assistant Business Managers SIMON ROYER TERRI MAIORANA Advisor DONALD SHELLEY gm-1: 'f f r " " fix Y Principal 2Q' fi u,t' fi , 3 E ' A ' . T A 1 JOSEPH COCH RAN 1 troduct 5 f 3 Y :A As" li ., , Q A Memories... F 1 1.. . fm . ll Eluun"'.1"""""'i ilnrv-1-4. - iii-g""g.,J"-""' 'llllll v 3 . ' I I f 1 4' Q ..-- 'D Q , -. w. GIRARD 4 'fi ' '-V., Y ' !! 'D E., 5 FQ T .. '53 45 ffm ff' F ' W -'r K 3 + J,-fs, ff S7 W A 5 1 If .f .-, V .1 H ' .Q .V 4 I' " ' xi "-V ,f -Y x i 1 .,--4. A 4 f . Th bridge -1 1' xtgtqiv 3 l 1 to the past .' 44' O 'AQ' Q' fs 'ff 3- i nf-fl ffgrgwrf' 1 ,-'V 4 A X Introduction 3 Q K E our dreams . . ? 0 the good times 'W 8.185 1, S 'Trix 7' x GTP" K - mms? ' 1 . 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I I ., 97 5554 :Wx 'Vla- 'M were born "4 A Introduction IJ 14 Introductidn Q Together as friends we experieneed .x..x 'Q Se N4 , Elf AQ, W' -T-f 15-H' ,- ag 1 4 X H "' ' P . ' , 4 M D N bin' an 1 'ji 'hw37:,ffMx.,' ,....,--W ,,.,. yzlffw.-1: U .2wf':-:'h:"F-X, D?- . . r s Wm . ' m,MWWM.1.w.,wW---M-JN--A ' W""'T , 5' 1 - , , ..f.. .-.- , 'lf' , 11-ab rn", ! 1 g.. the laughter... thE POIIIHIICC. O6 3-iq., QQ.: - , . ffl - ' . Q -'g-s .' ' N , ' Q n , I 1.- I 9, I I Q , .J , , K' 1 lg Introduction I5 In the end . we are left with a sense of happiness and accomplishment, .1 going forth into the future with our ideals. TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ......... ....... I ACTIVITIES I.O.E. Junior Clerical ........ ........ 2 0 I.O.E. Senior Clerical ........ ........ 2 I I.O.E. Junior Steno ................ ........ 2 2 I.O.E. Senior Steno ................... ........ 2 3 Marketing and Management ........... ........ 2 4 DECA ...................................................... ........ 2 6 Hotel and Restaurant Management ...... ........ 2 8 Cooperative Office Education ............. ........ 3 0 Occupational Work Experience ........... ........ 3 3 Occupational Work Adjustment .,....... ........ 3 4 Student Science Association ............ ........ 3 5 Chess Club .............................. ........ 3 5 Boys' StatejGirls' State ......... ........ 3 6 Academic Challenge ........... ........ 3 6 National Honor Society ......... ........ 3 7 Debate ................................. ........ 3 8 Speech .............................. ........ 3 8 Student Council ............... ........ 3 9 Theater Club ...................... .....,.. 4 0 American Field Service .......... ........ 4 I Key Club .......................... ........ 4 2 Squaws ............................. ........ 4 3 Junior-Senior Y-Teens ....... ........ 4 4 Sophomore Y-Teens ........... ........ 4 5 Freshmen Y-Teens ................. ........ 4 6 Girls' Athletic Association ........ ........ 4 7 Ski Club .............................. ........ 4 8 Tennis Club ...................................... ........ 5 0 Italian Club .......................................... ........ 5 I La Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica ......... ........ 5 2 French and German Club ................... ........ 5 3 Tribal Tribune .................................. ........ 5 4 Reflector Staff .......... ........ 5 6 Office Help ...................... ........ 5 8 Band .................................... ........ 5 9 Flag-line and Majorettes ....... ........ 6 3 Choir ................................... ........ 6 4 Sadie Hawkins ................. ........ 6 6 Prom ........................... . ........ 68 Sweetheart Dance ........ ........ 7 0 Homecoming ............. ........ 7 2 SPORTS Football .................. Senior Gridders ............... Eighth and Freshmen .......... Varsity Cheerleaders ....... Girls' Softball ............ Baseball .............. Track .................. Cross Country ........ Golf ................ .... Wrestling ......... Gymnastics ..................................... ......... Cheerleaders ...................................... ......... Eighth and Freshmen Basketball ........ ......... Varsity Basketball. ........................ ........ . Junior Varsity Basketball ...... ......... Girls' Basketball .................. Sports Conclusion ......... FAC U LTY Administration .............. Board of Education ......... Administration .......... Special Staff .................... Guidance ........................ . ..... Maintenance and Foods ......... ......... UNDERCLASS Eighth Grade ......... Freshmen ............ Sophomores ........ Juniors ................ SENIORS .............. Senior Directory ....... Dedication .............. Editor's Note ......... Ads ..................... Patrons ........ Reflections ...... Autographs ...... , th A . 5 , Q Vs: . I 3. It 1 f vs 4 ,.,t,, X, f 1 1.-, . , F 44' .7 A ,iii r u - all ' 55' if' -ig Q 'I ,, -I f ll1,:sL.,f ' I fl1',eazf2 if ...,...78 .......80 .......84 .......86 .......88 .......89 ..92 ..96 ..98 100 102 IO4 l05 IO6 IIO ll2 II7 I20 I2l I22 IZ3 I38 I39 142 I48 156 164 173 204 207 2023 209 236 237 240 -g . .4 I 1 I x- - 'kia Q35 X V s 1 r 5 X .X Z f., nd.:-if . .Q 'Wx 5, N., '- 'L . x v 1' N1 L X -4,5-, . yr. Y" ff 9 11 Q .-Qi Q " 'ia '- A .0 .-5.2!-fl . fiigvf.. :gr - ' ,fri 6-'U-i,dh,l. 1 '-" -v v'.'f-5.,l'fr.'-r'Ar,-2 . . I k-IP F fx:-5 A... , Y", , x . in ' '.'-'5'.',-x""2,Q.--'lL5. 5f-- ' -gn ! ' 1. V . .-"".' -' x " ' I . -' I I, ' .A.s'. Vex"-X' 1:1-. ms Q ', 41" 1: .Q 'lib'-fx--' .. M:-s5'wriiw115:54.'ig:U"Qf??- 4-1W1.t-3' I-' . .5 l.0.E. JR. CLERICA ill .4 BACK TO FRONT: T. Buonvolanta, M. Mooney, T. Richardson, J. Johnson, E. Davey, K. Jones, D. Crank, C. Muffley, L. Patterson, K. Chapman, D. Cunningham, D. Trobeck, J. Augustine, M. Satterlee, A. Gallo, R. Mrofchalk, M. Franklin, T. Graziana, J. Picierro, K. Kuzman, A. Ponzio In all the l.O.E. programs, the Jr. Clerical students were members of the Ohio Office Education Association. On the regional level the club participated in leadership conferences where they elected officers to represent them in Columbus. At the end of the year, l.O.E. held a banquet at the Holiday Inn to celebrate the ending of a year's work of gaining office type experience. The Jr. Clerical program was under the direction of Miss Deltondo. 20 I.O.E. Jr. Clerical 4 ...I : . Linda Patterson QSec.J, Tony Richardson QV. Pres.J, Mary Mooney fTreas.J, Kim Kuzman QPres.J 1 , 'EW..,:x: 'I' F 4. I' gl ' A if 3.3 I - X V rs if 4 ' .3 1. .nail ' Y: FRONT: J. Lockaton, T. Russell, D. Flemming, P. Tascione, L. Schuster, M. Pozega, R. Montgomery, C. Corsale, K. Cleary, D. Osborne BACK: B. Miller, C. Mooney, J. Hontula l OFFICERS1 Regina Montgomery iSec.J, Donna Flemming QV. Pres.J, .lohn Hontula fTreas.J, Cindy Corsale lParl.J, Jeannie I.0.E. SR. CLERICA Senior Clerical students spent their afternoons in simulated office situations where bookkeeping, typing, business English, math, law, filing and office procedure were the work of the day. Mrs. Richardson was the instructor. Lockaton CHist.J, Tricia Russell CPres.J l.O.E. Sr. Clerical 2l I.O.E. JR. STE The Junior Steno program is one of the many programs available at G.H.S. that prepares students for office work. The program includes Bookkeeping I, Typing II, shorthand, business English, math, law, filing and office procedures. Miss Vergalitte is the instructor. 6 "ff 2 if SEATED: L. Cornman, C. Curry, M. Bartlomain, B. Pozega, T. Maiorana STANDING: D. McClellan, M. Vince, L. Machingo, J. Berezo, B. Klink, A. Sherry, S. Gilpin, B. Florjancic, P. Mayoras, C. Leskovec, M. O'l-lara, P. Sarra, C. Mislai, J. Capogreco, L. Channel, A, Cleary, L. Yanniello, B, Williams me N , X N ' f I f OFFICERS: Carol Curry fTreas.J, Linda Corman QV. Pres.J, Michelle Bartlomain QPres.J, Barb Pozega gf'-t2 ,xx g ey fSec.J. 22 I.O.E. Jr. Steno ,,. -fif I 1 X7 S ww' I . , Z' ' ll SEATED: V. Wilson, L. Lott, L. Pagano, R. Vanoverbeke, C, Flaviani, S. Esposlito, R. Lovitz STANDING: R. Kincaid, N. Markowitz, E. Piecuch, T. Dutting, C. Demas, D. James, S. Draves Senior Steno students spend their time under the direction of Mrs. Valot, where they expand the basic skills they learned in Junior Steno. Senior Steno students are more certain of their career choice, and specialize in secretarial and office type work. -..?f:"-,mfg g ?"z:-.-1 .-1 'i 1-we as Q - OFFICERS: Eva Piecuch fHist.J, Ruth Kincaid QTreas.J, Cheryl Flaviani fPres.J, Ruth Lovitz lSec.J, Carol Demas CV. Pres.J 'f x X IQGQEQ SRQ S I "0'E'S"S'e"023 RKETING AN I hereby knight you, Sir Becky. Nothing like a little yoga to 1-fy ry y ' ll in Give me that money or I'll beat you to a pulp! 'M' It's a free for all. 24 Marketing and Management MANAGEME take your mind off things! IAC Q ,LM V 'r W. .4 I X Q , 1 . i 1 Q ' i A , i What do you mean you're giving us a test today'?'? r 'Wir 'W -Pm Diana, are you afraid of heights? , if ,Xi 3 ,JV I fr ,-.4 , lf, - - 4 1 ' Y rf' ..y,Q 14 , Y .J, V -I X".-fax J 1 Xrv' Marketing and Management 25 DISTRIB arketing And Management A day in the life of Joe "the drab" student. He comes to school at 8:00 a.m., muttering and cursing, for he is like all other students. Then, at 9:00, he slips into Maple Avenue School and PRESTO! Out comes Joe "future" businessman, out into the world he goes, with the help of his sidekick, Mr. Spano, fighting inexperience and poor job practice. Good working procedures prevail!! TI E E UCATIO lst row: B. Green, J. Shaffer, W. Kenner, T. Ridge 2nd row: K. McGowan, J. Derose, D. Corsale, B. Crank, D. Barnard, T. Doran, K. Tabor, K. Tabor 3rd row: G. Gianetti, D. Hill, E. Stonebraker, J. Emery, R. Pazillo Program Coordinator John Spano 26 Marketing and Management OFFICERS: T. Doran QSec.fTreas.J, K. McGowan fReporterJ, D. Corsale QPres.J CLUBS OF MERICA C13 ..1,.-.1-ni-1.-:- 1,----.S H ' H- ww.. xx..-gf' lznf- . J. Carney, R. Johnson, J. Leskovec, J. Murray, D. Johntony, M. Gordon, M. Crish, S. Reinhart, R. Dobbs, K. Mozzillo, M. Zubyk, J. Maderitz, A. Holmes, T. Grantz, D. Forte, J. Bogatay, V. Bartlomain ' ' f ' 'J 1' f ff A4 in . Q," 5 ' ' - ' , '1.'55-iiirfe 1" xr L11 iii' ' Q 1 1' .pg 3 ' s ' -- M. Zubyk lPres.J, J. Leskovec fkeporterj, T. Grantz fSec.fTreas.J Students enrolled in Hotel and Restaurant Management Training spent much of the year at the local inns and restaurants experiencing the "exciting" life of that career choice, Mr. Brady checked in on the "Brady Bunch" daily to measure their progress and also conducted the classroom portion of this DECA program. Program Coordinator Tim Brady Hotel and Restaurant Management in HOTEL AND RESTAU AN FWF' fx 1 1 1Jd'."., 1 ,A 'WV' .' r it 'll' K Mr. Brady, does this mean you'll never "leaf" us? Q: if WWW Alicia gets her hair done. It's okay, they're about to order a pineapple upside down cake. 'M r , 1 1-K file funn. Q-iw - ww Jw ANAGEME I' a x 'la ,b. .ng ' ' N L-al f '. -Q fu a . ,.: . --Q ' ,M F If L . ,- a'I" ' 'gil' l I When Sue gets a cup of coffee, she gets a cup of coffee! "Today we will learn about branch offices." I5 S if , .,, o , , A , V ., Y. ,.x ,1"N A ,H -- K. 1 sv W' .w You call this budget balanced'?'? Hotel and Restaurant Management 29 COOPER TIVE OFFICE Lg-J Becky Bispeck Elaine Mancini .Di bg l' Marilyn Rozzo Bob Stanovcak Dineen Mazza 30 COE Marylynn Callard EDUCATIO PROGRAM Beth Cleary 1 'fl' X fx: , is bv? x F V l XX Mary Ann Seidler The Cooperative Office Education program, directed by the hustling Mr. Murphy, gives students the necessary skills and experience they will need for their office work. Typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, and business math are just a part of the courses that benefit the COE students. The COE banquet, abounding with food and celebration, gave the students, their parents and employers the chance to appreciate the success ofthe COE program. 32 C.O.E. 425613: -- .ff ,g 5 f Q id. ' 'f:'fff? L :gr ff ...aa- V as ,-,, . ,C-Q-'QS .f .y W , ,ww :Jaq- we . is , va M 1 V, 61- MW Xgvw Q . . A, Ay 'Wig V 1 ,fft?,.g,. ' '55 Y if f, 9 1 7 5 x yy - iv, X x s 1-2 ' J in Ji if I A 3' N 5 ff M, mf 45 Nanny Zirafi .fxf Lori Hill C.0.E as gg, . f ww . Tom Babik 4 N w w .gy i Dian Ruggicro 1 dint N. Zirafi fPres.j, T. Babik fParl.J STANDING: D. Ruggicro QV. Prcs.J, L. Rafoth fHist.l, E. Mancini QSec.j, M. A. Seidler lTreas.j OCCUP T10 WORK XPERIENCE l l STANDING: V. Boccieri, D. Hecker, A. Giordano, T. Frease, C. Fleming, K. Klink, D. Foty, D. Dixon, D. Rhiel, T. Doran, C. Russell, B. Friend, B. Guy, R. Hovanex IN TREE: R. Thorpe, D. Thompson, T. O'Neill OFFICERS: T. Frease fSec.J, D. Foty QV. Presj, T. O'Neill fPres.J, D. Dixon QSec.fRep.J, V. Boccieri fTreas.j The Occupational Work Experience program promotes the idea that actual job experience and the benefits that go with it will inhance the students' ability to do a job well. Mr. Mistovich, the teacher-coordinator of the program, conducts the in-class portion and coordinates the "learn while you earn" concept of O.W.E. Pyramid Power!!! -:qi r 1 - W- 5 fe' 2-e-. I' BH-'. - 1 5.1-r., ,. ' .4 f ' .-3 . 1 1 ,. ' " 7 - .144-1 l V, . V-Q, . X I 1 ,gm V -Lf" 153.9 , ,x9'i:l'S'J'45' 'Y ,,f"',.1' K, .f ' . 1' ,f ' I Ridin' high! O.W.E. 33 OCCUPATIO AL WORK Y DJ USTME 3. D. Goodwin, K. France, D. Williams, J.DiTunno, J. Boecieri, J. Maloy FRONT: D. Williams, C. Corsale, J. Boocieri, R. Knepper, J. DiTunno, K. France, P. Wilson, M Mikolas BACK: J. Maloy, D. Goodwin, D. Siegler, B. Raidel, S, Jablonski Pwgram Cvvfdinawf Ronald R21802inC The O.W.A. program helps freshmen and sophomore students get a head starw in the job market. Mr. Ragozine instructs them in checking procedures, tiling applications, and job safety. 34 O.W.A. , 4 4 STUDE SCIENCE l l OFFICERS: C. Young CSec.J, C. Clow CTreas.J, C. Park fPres.J, V. Vince KV. Pres.J l '- S.S.A. suffered through Mr. Cramer's jokes, l getting lost at Y.S.U., watching old W.C. Fields movies, hearing the phrase, "It's not a fit night out l for man nor beast." and playing "uno," These l Issac Asimovs of the future added a lot to the E tilt. Science Dept.. of GHS. l 'N' l K . ,.d,,l.A l 'X Q. l S 1, . fa'-'ii C 5 i Shri AD A ... l C. Vlasic, J. Barnes, C. Aston, T. Martin, H. Roden, A. Davies, L. Kobal, V. Vince, A. Johnson, C. Young, lC. Park, D. Bartels, M. E. Ague, J. Manente B. Chalker KV. Pres.j, D. Yeagley CPres.J, S. Ycagley fSec.J, K. Crown fTreas,j Those students who enjoyed concentration and intense strategy formed this year's chess team. Mrs. Light was club advisor for the first time this year. Club president Darrell Yeagley and fellow chess players strived throughout thc season to utter that glorious word "checkmate." QQ' X-gt SEATED: S. Royer, D. Yeagley STANDING: M. Oliva, T. Dutting, K. Crown, D. McClellan, K. Griggs, K. Ferrell, M. Mikulich, R. Walters, B. Chalker CHESS CLUB BOYS' STATE GIRLS' ST TE Students chosen for Boys' and Girls' State, which is sponsored by the American Legion, Kiwanis, Rotary Clubs, and HHH and Griffith's Insurance Agencies, spent nine days participating in a government seminar on the state, county, and municipal levels where students campaigned, held caucuses, and finally formed and ran their own mock government. Distinguished guests included Governor Rhodes and Chief Justice William O'Neil. f I . MN l 5- rfffi.ff'- Z T. Decello, J. Barnes, T. Lake, D. Bartels, J. Raub, E. Mancini, O. Cosale, S. Pruneski ACADEMIC LLENGE The 1978 Academic Challenge team consisted of veterans Tammy Martin and Orlando Corsale, seniors Tony Decello and Lisa Rowles, and junior Darrell Yeagley. Sixteen junior and senior students auditioned, answering questions in the categories of science, mathematics, history, English, and general knowledge. Because of fund cutbacks on the part of Ohio Edison, TV show sponsors, Girard was not chosen to compete, but those that made the team had the satisfaction of knowing they qualified for one of the school's biggest honors. 36 Boys' StatefGirls' State .-. A FRONT: Darrell Yeagley, Tony Decello BACK: Tammy Martin Lisa Rowles, Orlando Corsale OFFICERS: Joy Mushmsh fSec.J, Lona Cramer QV. Pres.J, Ruth Kincaid fPres.J, Janet Bogatay QTreas.l NATIONAL Homom socrfrv QR W Q -Gilt Q 7 4'i E 1 FRONT: C. Young, C. Park, R. Parker, C. Kucynski, R. Kincmid, J. Barnes BACK: T. Decello, D. Bartels, L. Rowles, J. Mushrush, L. Cramer, M. O'Connell, J. Bogatay, O. Corsale, M. E. Ague MISSING FROM PICTURE: T. Martin NATIONAL H0 OR SOCIETY Members of the National Honor Society must meet the society's high standards for acceptance. To do this members must have a grade point of 3.0 or above and must be active in school affairs, and must have the four qualities necessary to be part of NHS: service, leadership, scholarship, and citizenship. Various activities of the society this past year included the pop bottle drive, and the new "Honor Banquet" which recognized all students who did well scholastically in their years at Girard. National Honor Society 37 DEBATE FRONT: A. Johnson, C. Aston, L. Maiorana BACK: E. Schmidt, J. Corsale, L. Kawecki, T. Lake, K. Griggs, D. O'Connell, T. Decello, A. Mehle Organization, reasoning, speaking ability, quickness and working under pressure are what debate is all about. This year the resolution was, "Resolved: that the federal government should guarantee comprehensive medical care to every citizen of the United States." Captain Tony Decello and varsity competitors Terry Lake, A'Lynn Johnson, and Dan O'Connell backed by novice divisions competed against schools from around the state. Coached by Mr. Jeswald, the team kept its reputation as the best in the area. Northeastern Ohio is the strongest speech area in the state and one of the strongest in the country. This was Girard's first speech team in many years, and the young and dedicated orators performed well against the experienced speakers in the area. The team, coached by Ron lnfante, did speeches ranging from original speeches on child abuse and slavery, to reciting poetry and great literary works such as Shakespeares, "The Taming of the Shrew." E. Vince, L. Kobal, M. Batista, M. O'Connell, D. Mancini, M. Monahan, K. Griggs, M. Harkabus, P. Sherock, M. Sultan, Coach Infante, B. Kolenich SPEECH 38 DebatefSpeech .ali gazing! M., . X. , x, .V x X. -- Tony Decello-Captain 8L Four Year Vet. Coach Joseph Jeswald Coach Ron Infante sr lENT common. KNEELING: J. Corsale Ist row: B. Patterson, L. Kawecki, S. Holmes, K. Martin, W. Wagner, R. Daniels, K. Ross, A. Johnson, T. McGinnis Znd row: J. Marcarello, S. Royer, S. Criscione, C. Aston, V. Macek, C. Kucynski, J. Dillon, L. Lott 3rd row: M. O'Connell, T. Decello, J. Courtney, D. Stevens ON STEPS: D. Mancini, L. Revella. A. Vigorito, D. Yourstowski, L. Collins Student Council, the government "of" the students, "by" the students, and "for" the students was led by Advisor Mr. Matkovich and President Shelly Criscione. Elected by their classmates, members of our student government made the decisions on the issues in order to benefit the student body. l F x s N x A. Johnson fCorr. Sec.j, D. Mancini KTreas.J, S. Criscione fPres.J, M. O'Connell QV. Presj. C. ,4 . -gl ,r I 1 i Kucynski QRec. Sec.J Pres. Shelly Criscione and Advisor Mr. Matkovich Student Council 39 THE TER CLUB 1 l Q I ra A Y I 'QXXXW KNEELING K Griggs L Thou STANDING R Brown K Kuzman D Yeagley .I Zuppo BEHIND WINDOWS lst row: S. Yeagley R Walters K Ferrell 2nd row M Lucas B Greathouse C Decello 3rd row S .Ianiu K Crown L. Maiorana The theater club consisted of those students who performed in the dramatic productions at GHS. Hindered by the remodeling of the auditorium, the group still managed to do "Grandpa Hangs the Holly," written by Don Elser, head ofthe Drama Department at YSU. The theater club was under new management with Director Mrs. Davis. 40 Theater Club KS Q A.F.S. PS-, OFFICERS: B. Kolenich QV. Pres.J, J. Marcarello fPres.J, L. So this is Halloween' Altier QSec.J, M. O'Connell CTreas.j :III llll ' W SITTING: B. Stringer, M. Batista, P. O'Neil, S. Criscione, M. Vince, M. Mohanan, A. Johnson, M. Harkabus, J. Davis, J. Marcarello, L. Airhart, K. O'Brien, K. Monico, J. Caputo, L. Altier, V. Vince, M. O'Connell, T. Maiorana, S. Danko, J. Dillon STANDING: M. E. Ague, J. Barnes, T. Maiorana, L. Rowles, K. Barth, J. Bloom, J. Williams, D. Field, P. Pazillo, M. Jeswald, S. Esposito, L. Dietz, L. Klenitch, E. Esten, S. Parillo, J. Hammerschmidt, D. Schuyler, E. Kristanc, D. Yourstowsky, S. Siegel, L. Vigoroto, A. Vigorito, L. Revella, L. Lott, D. Mancini, J. Mushrush, C. Aston, J. Bogatay, 3. Kolenich, J. Mislai, C. Vlasic, S. Royer FAR BACK: D. O'C0nnell, T. Lake, S. Pruneski, T. Decello, M. Dzeda, T. 'Brien W7 1 be Wyatt 9 KE CLUB T. Lake Key Club was one of the most active groups at Girard High School. Visiting senior citizens, having food drives for the needy, and promoting good will in the community were all a part of the accomplishments of the club. Mr. Matkovich, club advisor, and club president Paul Donnelly organized another successful inter-school basketball tournament, one of the highlights of our year. 42 Key Club lst row: M. Macek, R. Walters, J. Raub, M. Kolic 2nd row: P. Lucic, M. Capogneco, C. Metcalf, M. Adavasio, E. Schmidt, D. Weitzman 3rd row: T. O'Brien, E. Esten, D. O'Connell, D. Fagundes 4th row: J. Corsale, V. Senk, J. Courtney, D. Bartels, P. Donnelly, OFFICERS: Paul Donnelly QPres.j, John Courtney QTreas.J, Pete Lucic CV Pres.J, Dennis Bartels fSec.j lst row: N. Hutzler, E. Kristanc, J. Hammerschmidt, R. Guthrey, R. D'Rummo, J. Nail, J. Nitzky, S. Glass, A. Corsale, J. Pagano. L. Revella 2nd row: I. Seidler, M. Vince, A. Johnson, C. Bocieri, K. Huffman. S. Aragon. A. Strauss, A. Castor, T. Stringer, T. Maiorana, M. Slovasky. J. Dillon, S. Danko, T. Maiorana 3rd row: F. Tascione, S. Zirali, L. Courtney, L. Lehner, J. Franco, C. Cigolle, I. Straser. J. Williams, M. Friend, A. Gallo, K. Kuzman, T. Graziano, L. Maiorana, M. O'ConnelI, J. Kaso, C. Griggs, D. Cunningham, A. Ponzio, D. Mancini, L. Yanniello 4th row: N. Markowitz, C. Flaviani, L. Rowles, C. Demas, K. Monico, J. Capogreco. J. Berezo, J. Picierro, K. O'Brien, R. Parker, V. Macek, C. Kucynski squ ws llll y W ll l llh jsg Squaws, led by advisor Karen Luteran and president Roberta Davey, promoted school spirit throughout the year by plastering the halls and gym with signs and decorations, and making Scrapbooks for the football and basketball players. -.J ,,. OFFICERS: Cheryl Flaviani tTreas.J, Karen Monico QV. Presj, Roberta Davey tPres.J, Veronica Macck fSec.J Squaws 43 JU IDR SE IDR Y-TEENS lst row: L. Cornman, M. Vince, M. Bartlomain, K. Smith, M. Miller, A. Johnson, J. Davis 2nd row: C. Curry, P. Brown, S. Siegel, D, Mancini, L. Airhart, C. Mislai, J. Acierno, J. Sajewich, K. Griggs, T. Nickels 3rd row: D. Yourstowsky, Z. Miletic 4th row: L. Collins, A. Vigorito 5th row: L. Yanniello, L. Revella, J. Bloom, L. Leskovec, J. Brcese, K. Platenak, C. Leskovec 6th row: V. Macek, L. Dietz, J. Marcarello, M. Harkabus, L. Airhart, L. Patterson . OFFICERS: D. Yourstowsky CI'reas.J, S. Siegel fPub. Chair.J, L. Airhart QPres.J, L. Yanniello1Ser. Chairj. D. Mancini fSoc. Chairj, L. Patterson CV. Pres.J, L. Revella fI.C.C.J, L. Cornman lSec.J 3 Junior-Senior Y-Teens, like all area Y-Teen groups, work closely f ' with the Youngstown YWCA, setting up service projects, collecting money for various charities and going on social outings like ski trips and trips to Geagua Lake. Girard Y-Teens, along with other Youngstown Y-Teen groups, sponsored the annual Winter Formal, where junior Joni Davis was first runner up in the Y-Teen queen C0l'll.CSl. 44 JuniorfSenior Y-Teens FRONT: J. Williams, F. Tascione, L. Constantini, M. Ezzo. L. Lehner, J. Franco, T. Colburn, L. Courtney, l. Seidler BACK: D. Stevens, D. Mozzillo. K. Thomas, J. Hammcrschmidt, P. Brown, H. Pruneski, R. Franko, L. Kowalczyk. S. Guarino. M. Scarnecchia, T. Stringer, S. Zirafi, K. Martin Wi! OFFICERS: K. Martin fSec.J, M. Ezzo fl.C.C.j, L. Lehner QPres.j, T. Stringer KV. Prcs.J, J. Williams fTreas.J G ': 'C I Q! , , it-.3.i. . SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS -, qw, Lf- 45 Freshmen Y-Teens, which work with the Youngstown YWCA, held social and service projects including ski trips, visits to nursing homes, and Christmas caroling. Advisor Mrs. Angelo and club president Carolyn Hudak led this industrious group. I' .K 1-- n 46 Freshmen Y-Teens FRESHMEN Y-TEENS FRONT: J. Nail QSec.j, J. Nitzsky fTrcas.j BACK: S. Chamberlain QV. Presb, C. Hudak QPres.J M. Friend u.C.C.y 1 T. Terzo, R. Petrovich, M. Green, C. Zuppo, D. I-leslop, V. Smith, S. Price, J. Nitzsky, S. Glass, M. Alexo, R. D'Rummo, L. Ragozine R. Gerthung 2nd row: T. Tascione, B. Miller, R. Jones, C. Barrecca, C. Karabin, D. Delbene, C. Hudak, J. Nail, C. Yourstowsky. A Castor, A. Creatura, V. Griffith, K. DiPitro, C. Tascione 3rd row: B. Johnson, D. Corsale, T. Pagano, L. Grazioski, K. Griggs, M. Madden A. Strauss, S. Chamberlain, R. Cario, S. Aragon, W. Wagner, L. O'Connell, S. Kolenich, M. Friend, K. Calderone, C. Carano, P. Bevilacou: , lst row: V. Smith, S. Price, M. Olexo, L. Airhart, J. Marcarello, C. Demas, L. Rowles, S. Danko, P. O'Neil, C, Cigolle 2nd row: K. Martin, T. Stringer, M. Ezzo, L. Courtney, l. Seidler 3rd row: M. Macek. T. Coburn, L. Constantini, R, Ravlak, R. D'Rummo, J. Dillon, M. Seidler, T. Russell 4th row: F. Tascione, J. Franco, L. Lehner, R. Gerthung. T. Strines, M. Madden, V. Macek, L. Cramer, J. Nail, L. Altier, J. Williams, C. Flaviani, N. Markowitz 5th row: T. Martin. T. Maiorana, K. Thomas, R. Parker, K. Daniels, S. Zirafi, L. Lott 6th row: J. Barnes, K. Hughes, J. Mushrush, C. Kucynski, S, Chamberlain, M. O'Connell, M. Rogers, J. Caputo, L. Revella 7th row: M. Tillery, R. Jones, C. Aston, K. Griggs, M. Harkabus . ,.. . ,..ln.,,f. . ,. .. -fy. Jeff" dfhg..:: 21 , gaze-.,3,..:-. I X if ' i . G.A.A. The girls' athletic association, made up of sophomore, junior, and senior girls, strived to support and promote girls' sports at Girard High. Sponsoring the Sadie Hawkins Dance and giving funds to girls' athletic programs were their major activities. i4'1fA?'K ,mn 1 '..., ' J -7" ' w1f-.,-fu-' .A,,."..s,! ui J.. ' 1 u. ' , -gt ., ,. ' i .1 -If-,I 5' 'f"', ' ' OFFICERS: R. Parker fPres.J, L. Lott fTreas.J, C. Cigolle iSgt. at Armsj, J. -Mushrush QSec.J, L. Cramer QV. Pres.J G,A.A. 17' .3 ,v 3 5 5 ' 9 ' t ,fix ., , I 4 wnw' ' ' ' 'Q' V51 i r wiv 't qjgfffi - f' - 'Wf- . A f 5 -ii '. ,, J' , . na' if ' - Fir- ug. b 1, ., K. gl, " v Cm h44? AA 1 ww x A v,3f,1533k.. i..i 1 . .NX Q Qi M+,.....""'..,g'Qf1-,vw L,i.2fgf+:-13 4551 N-efwx, Qu +..i , ,wwf-at' 2 J V'-Esi ,w '- '7 vw 7'Sw11L!1i:T15?1',131L 1 7 W ,JO-"' K W, V ,A 'Y "Ik ' r .1 x w f naw 3, A1 -L ,A .Aw 'Hi F if 1, 5-2-tfx-3 ' if A K- 7 . . 43, ,, Dv 5' 5 ' L-uf' u .FV 'H L Q 1,--A ,V , 1 LX I 7 if 252 5 lgifi Q, Mr TENNIS CLUB lst row: J. Corsale. M. Ferrell. J. Hontula, S. Roycr. R. Parker, J. Capulo Znd row: R. Banyots. J. Chicc. D. O'Connell, P. Sheroek, T. Ragan, S. Johnson, D. Bartels 3rd row: A. Mehle. L. Vigorilo, K. Martin. J. Ruub. D. Corsulc. T. Lake OFFICERS: J. Corsale tTreas.l, T. Decello QV. Presj, T. Lake lPres.j, J. Caputo tSec.J Volley . . . lob . . . lookout!!! SMASH! This wa the scene all too often against the mighty forehanc ofSteve Johnson, Dennis Bartels and JeffRaub,tl1 killers on the courts. Mr. Kalan and club preside: Terry Lake arranged for thc tennis players 2 Girard High to go to Valhalla Racquet Club, uf all the facilities, and receive a full membershii tlixcluding hospital bills forthe game of kill tenni naturallyj. 50 Qsgmnclzglo E rr Ist row: L. Mztiorana. M. Esposito. S. Strojek. P. Maholic. L. Mikulich. F. Deseenso. Nl, Zeolla Ind ron: J. Sinato, V, Vince, C. Park. L. Rowles. C. Cigolle. T. Maiorana. F. Lipari. K. Nloderalli. L. .-Xirhart. R. Cario, D. Mancini. J. Giordano 3rd row: J. Curio, R. Price. N. Maiorana. M. Costarella. R. Nlinetti. Xl. Cardicro. B. Jones. J. Pagano. B. Williams. F. Johntony. J.Zuppo, .l. Gianetti. A. Guido. l'.St'or1a. I.. Soeha 4th row: M. Tillery. V. Luongo. A. Corsalc. M. Ezzo. T. Corsalc. J. Nitzsky. C. Hudak. A. Castor. N. Hutller. S. Zirafi, B. Dodson. J.Norman. D. DiPiero. A. Strouss. C. Zuppo Sth row: K. Calderone. B. Lesko. li. i.leswald. D. Mozzillo. A. Crcutura. N. Pon7io, P. Pazillo, C. Barecca. S. Kolenieh, A, Vcllueei. D. Delisio. C. Forte, R. Acicrno. G. Madcritz. R, Raggozine. J. Nail.T. Watson 6th row: .l. Beale. T. Tvlihaliek, S. Bron n. lP, Constantino. J. Berczo. L. Lehner, D. Fagundes, S. Sheldon, J, Williams, lf. Taseione. N. Nluiorana. B. Caldcronc, J. Sorvillo, R. Guido. M. Bellito. J. Kaso, M. Dccello, B, O'Haru. T. Zuppo. Ci. Spano, K. Ben. LG. Martuccio. .I,Martin. C, Carney. B. Schuster, J. Dcmas OFFICERS: C. Cigollc lSce.j. J. Norman lParl.l. V. Vince QV, Pres.l. K. Moderalli lHist.l. I.. Roules fPrcs.J, B. Norman tTreas.l. S. Parillo tMascotl l LI The Italian Club repeated its sueeess ol' last year. Once again the membership. under the guidance of Mr. Romito and president Lisa Rowlcs, was one of the largest at KEIIS. No wonder! All the members were protected by Nlalizt Nflutuatll Italian Club 5l A SDCIEDAD H0 OR Rl Spanish Honor Society, a group of select students who have maintained a 3.3 average, brought to Girard High the Spanish and Mexican cultures-tacos, pinatas, and Christmas carols in Spanish on a foggy night. The big event was the annual Christmas banquet when members prepared a Spanish meal of paella and sangria for members and their families. Following the meal, they had a real laugh when they blindfolded their parents and steered them toward gaily decoated pinatas. sv. . lu OFFICERS: T. Martin iTreas.J, J. Bogatay QV. Prcsj, R. Parker iPres.J, J. Mushrush QSec.J FRONT: J. Mushrush,J. Bogatay, R. Parker .I Barnes M Sourovrch K O Brien BACK M Jeswald C Park C Young V Vmc T. Marlin, J. Zelen, D. Mancini 52 Spanish Honor Society sl It FRENC GERMAN CLUB lst row .I Corsale S Esposito M E Ague K Smith D Yeagley M Manenu B Chalker, K. Barth, T. Callihan 2nd row: I. Dietz A Johnson A Davies l Slramsmer .I Hammerschmidt Z Mlletic F Fisher, K. Finds, L. Workman 3rd row: J. Davis C Fabian D Schuyler D Park T Nickels K Parillo D Riggleman M Flaviani, S. Adams, L. Emery 4th row: E. OFFICERS: lst row: F. Tascione QV. Pres.J, E. Schmidt fTreas.j 2nd row C. Rabian fTreas.J, E. Esten 1Prcs.J, J. Hammerschmidt fSec,J 3rd row M. Fitch lSec.J, A. Johnson 1Pres.J Mrs. Luteran led the French and German Club on an excursion to Lancaster, Pa. There, they gobbled down shoo-fly pie. chicken and dumplings, egg noodles, and other Amish foods. They also journeyed to Quebec. where they lived in the old French Quarter and mingled with the French speaking natives. German and French Club 53 TRIBAL TRIBU y - .,,. i V ' " if , X of Roberta Parker, Layout Editor Cindy Clow, Layout Editor i Lisa Rowles, SecretaryfTreasurer if 54 Tribal Tribune Terry Lake, CartoonistfPhotographer Randy SICVCHS. SPOFIS Editor -sy-,,,,..,,,,.., J Editor-in-Chief, Tony Decello A t ssistant Editor, Maureen O'Connell ,- YRONT: Slovasky, T. Blanton lst row: K. Cleary, K. Ferrell, T. Maiorana, R. . I I A 5arker, D. J. Davis Znd row: K. Moderalli, D. Yourstowsky, S. Siegel, M. TYPISTSI Mary Ann Seldlefv Elaine Mancmlt Kay Cleary yliller, N. Johnson 3rd row: L. Collins. E. Mancini, L. Airhart, C. Cigolle, ,. Rowles, T. Ragan 4th row: E. Vince, B. Kolenich, K, Monico, M. A, ieidler, M. 5th row: B, Suich, K. O'Brien, J. Ragozine, M. Andrews, J. Zourtney ON tt, P. O'Neil, J. Dillon, D. Barringer, C. Metcalf, J. Hewi S. Martin, P. Sherock, R. Stevens V , U cf Advisor, Mrs. Ehrhart The Tribal Tribune led by editor Tony Dccello and his assistant Maureen O'Connell, each month entertained and enlightened us. Layout editors Cindy Clow and Roberta "the clutz" Parker laid out such innovative articles as "The Meatman of the Month," Senior Spotlight, and "The Unknown Turkey." While secretaryftreasurer Lisa Rowles raked in thc money, sports editor Randy Stevens and cartoonistfphotographer Terry Lake tied up the loose ends to make this year's Tribune a fine publication. Tribal Tribune 55 REFLECTOR STAFF The officers of the '78 yearbook staff were a tenacious bunch. There was Judy Barnes, the field marshall, who kept her sanity tmost of it anywayj despite vigorous attempts by many who would rob her of itg and resident satirist Tony Decello, who, along with effervescent Terri Maiorana and Simon The Rogue Royer, directed the 90-member senior business staff in raising over Sl l,000g and Mary Ellen Ague who designed and layed out, and layed out, and layed out each page you seep and Terry Lake who wrote and rewrote the copyg and Karen Moderalli who typed it all several times: and photographer Tammy Martin who was kept at the simmering point most of the year by those who kept requesting that she take their pictures, then missed their appointments or turned into zombies when she pointed the camera at them, and Dennis Bartels, who did everything no one else could do. They had their share of woesg took the blowsg but through it all they kept their warm and comic vision of the world...and did it "their way." D.S. May 1978 A, aa. A-wi". Mary Ellen Agua, Layout Editor 56 Refllell' Tammy Martin, Photographic Editor 1978 REFLECTOR STAFF: M. Cornman, M. Monahan, V. Macek. R. Parker, C. Kucynski, L. Pagano. J. Dillon, L. Lott, V. Vince, T. Martin. R. Kincaid, P. O'Neil, L. Altier, T. O'Brien, D. Barninger, F. Restaino, J. Hontula, C, Reedy, T, Ragan, L. Skruck, P. Sherock, J. Mislai, M. Batista, S. Pruneski, M. Adavasio, P. Lucic. K. Moderalli. P. Donnelly, L. Dietz. G. Kulow, J.Lockaton, D. Bartels, L. Airhart, E. Mancini, J. Marcarello, M. O'Connell, J. Caputo, M. Harkabus, E. Esten, C. Demas, C. Park, C. Cigolle, K. Restivo, R. Griffiths, B. Kolenich, S. Johnson, S. Criscione, WS. Danko, E. Vince, L. Rowles, T. Maiorana, J. Barnes, M. Ague, C. Vlasic, C. Aston isglut Ci N X 'ff -Q 'Clif A Dennis Bartels, Compostion Editor Donald Shelley, Advisor ,I 5.4 N . . . . . . - Simon Royer, Assistant Business Manager Tern Maiorana. Assistant Business Manager ' -i i Terry Lake, Copy Editor l l l P l l Reflector 57 GUIDANCE: M. Andrews, S. Criscione, K. Restivo, L. Lott, J. Mushrush - ,Sgt TNT LIBRARY: KNEELING: M. Sultan, P. Stetson BACK: D. Katchmer, C. Revella, M. Tatum, E. Davey, M. Maynard, R. Montgomery, R. Kincaid, E. Piecuch, C. Park, C. Young, T. Mihalik, J. Zubuk, K. Ferrell 4 'L A , Q... . V, -: :. ff Q " 4 2 .as f f .. . . . I . Kg Eff '- . , 5. til . ' aityazfiirvlvi- QV ,Jim 'X ,ff'S' " ' g ' If " f .ff I w----......A . t . I I . Krty f f 5.,. .Lf.s A f x M ., I 5 . A., ,K .. ......., Q :'2 t f i A ' x , 'Y.. ,Af if Hkllilttr , g rj..43:.,. X :X f ly . ' t.4'-"Wi I' 3? J. ,954 ff.. I J'- . 'HN lfgtffgf J" 1 . A mf .,Vgg" -ra .-gi. 'V' f , fQ .g"f ,:, ,Lf4q.X.,f-4...: I l f av A' ' ' ' ' ' A- 'V 1 GUIDANCE: P. O'Neil, L. Rowles OFFICE: FRONT: L. Fortunato, M. Maynard, B. Vivo, L. Tonkin BACK: J. Standohar, B. Klink, J. Brandenstein. J. Hewitt 58 Office Help . fl, 9 ,..f-J-f .Q f w 5 . 4.3,r':.- l,,g,M, gh 7 "' 1, f. V, . "" :,,, ., A VK A fzgiw 7 f TV.-,VV.,,- .L - Q Q 5 . . u . - A, . - 5 . 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JV'-Q-p.,f1'iZ 3 f., 'th Vg, 'V zzgjf' , Y' ,rn-53,13 -', Ml -, ""'- T. f H 1a 1:3:,1.f543!fg'Z:A:'j V,,3,gR:A,53, .,z,,1,::.T:,- -4 A '.vL:,: 1.1 V-.-2 Y V ikfff' 4,4 33: fx' H .Gy Y V ' -,L X , w ft-z:f,:-v"-+-- 2-f.f " L' -- 1 - W V ' ' i , , ,,-, A - ,-if .. Q +2 V . - i W , . A .,. . L-. .J-, A .v V-.Q " " 'Eff' j 'Ti Band 59 60 Band THE PRIDE or cm np OFFICERS: D. Stevens fSoph. Rep.j, C. Park tSec.J, M. Cornman tPres,J, Mr. Lapinski, M. Harkabus CV.Pres.J, C. Young fTreas.j L. Cornman Ur. Rep.J, A. Castor QFresh. Rep.j l Band President-Mark Cornman This year's band was characterized by enthusiasm and pride. The band travelled to the Maple Leaf Festival at Clarion, Pa. in the fall. There they competed with twenty-six high school bands, two college bands, and five semi-professional bands in the same class and placed third. The band also went to the Ohio State Fair, band camp at Thiel Collge, and national competition at Niagara Falls. The seventy-two member group hosted the "Parade of Bands" which featured the Warren Junior Military Band and five other area high school bands. Drum Major-Mila Harkabus lst row: A. Castor, T. Pagano, M. Sotorovich, M. Bartlomain, L. D. McClellan, R, Walter, C. Parisi, L, Kuneli 2nd row: L. Kobal, C.Park, D. 1, M. Friend, P, Migliozzi, M. Gibson, T. Grantz, L. Bonk, C. Young, C. Barth 3rd D McClellan, T. Mihalick, H. Roden, L, Strojek, C, Daugherty, K. Lynch, C, Deccllo, Nay, D. Park 4th row: D. Calvin, T. Herrick, T. Callihan, C. Niemczura. R. Brown, Lutisi, T. Hammer C. Mohn, B. Chalker, M. Lucas, C. Richards, S. Yeagley 3rd row: R. Laughlin, Montgomery, M. Poling ff. .g- HE GIR RD HIGH BAN an Pwr W1 R iwffrg 1.1 ff 1772! Af' lux? Practice makes perfect! .i, 2 2 T lst row:L'Thou'D'Bamingcr'M'Manemi'M'Harkabus'C'Fabian' PERCUSSION lst row G Reed K. Crown P. Sundcrman, D. Sweitzer S Kolenich, T. Callihan. A. Stringer 2nd row: D. Mathews, J. Rochette, M. Cornman, C. Higgins B ONCH 2nd rim, 'D Fagyljndes M Maloy it Q T 5 S it it im ,.f' .. . - Y, . .- Q ' ' 3., Q A- A ,S .,,"': mf 1 . . . . .. -W.. .. .. Mt. My Aw . . 1 1 P- - M '.'2...1i.-fBtlzAs.' -,g.. ' "4--M -.i..f.445 "1" -' Q' ' LL'-ala." ' LLL- ha ..,. -. 11 x liv' -. 'SEC-gg tart:-1.116 4 Q :'fivJ"f ', . Jw ' 9 Q I . Band 61 -3.11 .ws A i w, . ,-. we + 'ar f 95 V fs nik' x.-Q... - its- lv. 1. VN X vu., -.. ,W --2-1 - !!f,,, I, ,, ,H ,.. md Qf Q ,, , ,mf Q , , Cx A M - 1 . 1 w. , ' W m f K . ' , , wif 1 at V r il lvm 5 W M QQ ,za ' i f 'Q M., ,Q , if? , ga . , ,, Q . , .aw ' ,,f . 'E , fd, iff' 4 Lu V Y J Y: ,V kk , P fl , J . f f , s f I n '. 'L J if 'fx B I 'QUE' M A t Mtv' " ff 5- A high stepping corps, this year's majorettes, led by head majorette Cindy Niemczura, performed at all the football games and traveled with the Girard High Band. Tina Maiorana donated her time to work out with the girls and helped make them the Classy unit that they were. FRONT: M. Friend, C. Niemczura, M. Bartlomain BACK: A. Castor, S, Kolenich, K. Nay F Cindy Niemczura-Head Majorettc C? Senior Tammy Grantz Flag-line-Carol Daugherty and Trina Pagano The girls composing the flag-line were multi-talented. They not only composed the color guard and knew how to play musical instruments, but also made up their own routines as well. Tammy Grantz, Carol Daugherty, and Trina Pagano, the three flag bearers, performed with the band and marched their way to fame at Girard High. Band 63 I-IOIR J 'll fi Ze r EIGHTH GRADE CHOIR: lst row: J. Holmes, C. Hake, D. Goodwin, R. Patterson, R. Boccieri, C. Bokrj 2nd row: T. Firment, R. Yanik, P. Rickard, L. Bower, M. Koches, M. Muffley 3rd row: R. Shonce, J Murphy, G. Schimpf, D. Marsh, A. Baker, D. Kostur, V. Riggleman, D. Thompson, P. Walters 4th row J. Goisl, D. Glass, C. Beasley, K. Mitchell, M. Hassen, M. Thompson, J. Murphy, L. Perkins, K. Esten L. Gallo, P. Moore CONCERT CHOIR: row 1: K. Jones, D.Crank, M. Miller, N. Romane, P. Stetzer row 2: T. McGinnis, C. Parisi, R. Brown, R. Cleary 64 Choir EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS: G. Schimp lPres.J, P. Walters fTreas.J, K. Mitchell QV. Pres. . 75 f- ACCOMPANIST: Joni Davis SINGING SQUAWS: J. Davis, L. Thou, R. Brown, J. Procella, K. Thomas, S. Stringer, M. Koches, R. Montgomery, K. Ferrell, S Janiu L Mikultch R. Cleary, M. Esposito, K. Griggs, L. Maiorana MADRIGALS: KNEELING: C. McLean, D. Yeagley, J. Zuppo, M. Lucas STANDING: J. Davis laccompanistj, S. Yeagley S. Stringer, C. Parisi, K. Ferrell, C. McLean, L. Maiorana Mrs. Sue Ellen Davis The GHS vocal music program, under the guidance of Mrs. Davis, expanded into the eighth grade choir, the eighth grade mixed choir, the concert choir, the madrigals, and the singing squaws. They performed for the Girard senior citizens and the Kiwanis, at the Y.S.U. Madrigal Festival, and during the halftime show at the Homecoming football game. Other activities included a variety show and a spring concert. DOGPATCH T G Al Capp's characters come to life once u year at Girard High at Sadie Hawkins, the most unique dance of the year. Lil' Abner Dennis Bartels ran for dear life, but Daisy Mae Tricia Russell got her man. The festivities were announced by Marryin' Sam Bill Suich as the mayor of Dogpatch, Steve Parillo, was downright proud! 66 Sadie Hawkins DIE HAWKINS P.J. GirlsiTcrri Muioranu 8L Phoebe O'Ncil l 1 I . g f 3 f-A is V5 fb Y f uf' 7 x ffff 'N-'. A fy 1 , - .7 Iv... ' f f V 1 fi S1 . gg 'Q if I 1. xi vt A x, , X2 ' 'il ,s XV' , 1 Kb' -- " 7' V f ' zff?7'fe.f51A 4 f A A' ' :Q 4 V- x "va .-T ' ,. 5 ATQFZ' 11.1-if-F' Y-gf-5. If 41 ' isa 1 Sadie Hawkins 67 if Enjoying each other's company The plush Centennial Room ofthe Holiday Inn wus the new location l'or the year's biggest social event. Two bands, "Ramblin' Sunshine" und "Rooti Kazooti", provided the 'entertainment and the couples rettlly enjoyed their performances, staying and listening to the music until 3 u.m. The decorations. according to the theme "A Night in the Orient", were provided by dance sponsors, thejunior class. Foreign exchange student Marjun Mohssenzudeh und senior Sal Ponzio were chosen to reign as queen and king. 68 Prom PROM li 2 "fag Q 6 l 3 , , tl ' i m g? .gb . il tm. X -4? 1 Q V I X M - l 1 .1 F ' . ,s 5 . 1 ' . Q Queen Mztrjztn and King Sul NIGHT I THE ORIE 4 4 I E f f fi g i 25, 35 35252155235 in 'S ii is? I E2 i f ii 1 is gi iisiixeia , . i is visa i iii i' J' 'i ii f2' fs 'iilffl' U -fi Qiiiliilffi 1 in if Er'ai 5 .X N- limi --xb i w, wife ? v i in i ,milf A i ,gas if lii i' V V. eww i'i.Y"i'41 'i' i ' I' i ' -vs: bg., :ill-,yu :II in ,VI J, A - x., gugrcg-N 'A gi A V- C-gv '-14.161 ni . . .JI " Eiifikfilkq 'i ' 5 12.1-fi nv ia ci 1 ' i -N, ' ii A V 5,11 V M Q ,'QJ-I fi 1' " , 1 "f i, N X 'fl i , i i ffl i 4 ' i Q" ' if 'xii X- i A: A 5' i ' S' 'i ,- 'A i Q Quccn and hcr court: Michcic Brown, Gary Monico. 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Wx ,A f i i r I-IOMECOMING 1977 j 'QE , 1 E 4 4 N i I Steve Parillo watches as Bernadette Rcams crowns Tcrri Muiorana I I ' I ,f f . e l AP 'Lv 5 ,uf J WE' ' , ., 22' 'v 57' ,W 1 A 15' Q, X r 'Z' I WW , , Y L, ' 'Q ,, 'K 5-, A ' V 'ff . .ff'f 'N . , 1 'Ng Qi ' , A f 2 . , " V L AX ' L Freshmen attendants-John Demas :ind Rhonda Jones Eighth grade attendants-Jamie Farraro and Regina Daniels i 5 72 Homecoming i W 1 X , J r gi a . 4. , 'VPS WW ,75 Senior attendants-Dennis Bartcls and Marylynn Callttrd Senior attendants-Randy Stcvcns and Carol Dumas ,IL 3 , '- M A V I P2 Sophomore attendants-Milt Bowser and Jamic Wilson -E-9 "' , ., i2':..,w+S'Y -1 .r,-rw, 'W H., ,z-' - t L. 1 te t ,xt "" t at X 1 will 3 f 5 J lx 5 M rf' K t 5' 1 . u 'rf it "' : FI x i A.: : if- A 't 4 1 J 8 Q i f X W 1' sh " gt Mx ,. 1 . V.- Umu N, 4 ' 5 A 'X 1' et, o tix " ip : Honorary attendants Manuel Batista and Laurie Airhart K: t. W .Wrifwi - 5+ Senior attendants ---'f Scan Martin and Diana Corsalc '33 K silrv' 'ax WW ,I X, 3 X, Junior attendants-.lohn Cretella and Jay Picicrro Homecoming 73 -X I Ahh . . . My first Homecoming! Queen Terri Maiorana and King Steve Parillo reigned over this year's Homecoming Dance. The music was provided by "Starburst" with the theme song "We're All Alone" by Boz Scaggs. The decorations, done according to the theme "The Sands of Time," and the refreshments were all supplied by the dance sponsors, the cheerleaders. A night to remember . . . 74 Homecoming QL-RJ Dennis Barrels, Marylynn Callard, Bill Suich, Diana Corsale, Terri Maiorana, Steve Parillo, Carol Randy Stevens Queen Terri Maiorana and King Steve Parillo E'RE ALL ALO Homecoming 75 '5 F L' . ' -9- -Lv ,en 4 1 '.?-'-v" 1 ' 1 f P'-S' "1,v- .J--4 ' . ' ,J ' -.Vi--f Mig' h 1 qv A ' :J - , A ' Q- 1,543 w,g1.7g" f 1 ' , q-Q9 f,rK'Cy" S In W: '. TTI! ,AX k.I'jviTr, 5 ,V . , -4 V U , "rx . 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'- : '- if " "' "5 ' ff. if .A I , we- ' c -' fi 7- n.1 -gr- .5!f-6- , 11. .,,.-."-YS,-:5."...'-.zvfx - :-'FQ' :1-" mm ---' ' H - f , V 1,-3 .-.3 15-1, 1. -, -v iq 'bv fa1Mm?ff 41" 4552 .-wary Q.-.Ly '31 ,m ,T 'gp 5 'hu I ,. 45 Miva? , I .QLQ x '- bit-,.4' , D? an-xiii' Wm. - 1.1, 'V 'fimltfr . ,, Yi 2,1 ws x ' a Y Q Imlijis as 3 fu '.- -1 We fwx -5- E!!- IYN if 'N 71 74" .1- 78 Football DIANS i af :W Hgwiznfa ' 5 2-f 13 - , X 'K fa .HM - K -. 1 Wfwvff, :fin i K With only Five lettermen returning, the l977 season was one of rebuilding where the focus was on the future. Highlights ofthe season included an inspired game against heavily favored Niles, and a last second 8-7 victory over JFK, which featured an interception and 9l yard touchdown runback by Steve Johnson. Randy Stevens streaked in for the 2-point conversion. The captains for the year were senior vets Sean Martin, Pete Lucic, and Paul Donnelly. Dennis Bartels and Gary Paronish were named to the first squad ol' the MVC team and Dennis also made all North Eastern Ohio. Coaches Jamieson, Malkovich. Sanders, Jeswald, Ferrando, and trainer Ragozine made sure the team did not lose its RED PRIDE. Football 79 f 3 SCALP 'EM LIVE, '- ' Bruce Miner 80 Football s 4 y,.Xy Steve Panllo ..,. 9' ,... Randy I DIANS P E2 leg, 'fwfif-S' l Steve Johnson A5 n - W f,'1 , ' ff' . - ,,.y.Q-- ,3,L.g , NQ. Q ,Q- . . -4 1 'M 4.24, I. ia , A , dx .. I Pele Luclc I M E KJ ' Dwayne Shavers OTR Football 8 l -1 Football 'W a 1 nums o Q l' .x . 7' S . ' M f a 'Ps ' I I , Ai l 5 5 - fl- ,ll l , , QQ 51,...i ' 1. , 1 , , H ., -WW.-Vi, 3i,,?,m,,,g2nq,,g.Q,",, -ww, , A dg,,,jg1g:Q:i-Hr V" A i g1fIZ.f"i'Iw.fr"X H j 7 . ' A Q -.Aw W, .,. , , , -I ,M ,-H44 ,.,,., W - ,.-, ,, Q, .Wx N ' Y' "gm " ' "gig 1 i -,, ' 9 ' . .N - W JL, , 3 W , n E? L Go get 'cm.!S15:vcY A M121 E- 'ii N THE LOOSE I' 84 Football GRIDDERS G0 First Row: Coach R. Infante, B. Miller, P. Lucic, S. Johnson, P. Donnelly, S. Parillo, R. Stevens, S. Martin, M. Sperati, E. Vince, D. Bartels, Head Coach C. Jamieson l Second Row: C. Metcalf, N. Sherock, J. Corsale, D. Weitzman, B, Smaltz, J. Boccieri, R. Walters, J. Chase, E. Schmidt, M. Bowser, T. O'Brien, D. Shavers Third Row: Coach R, Romito, Coach J. Jeswald, G. Kolenich, G. Maderitz, B. Vivo, K. Chismark, T. Glass, M. Capogreco, T. Richardson, B. Norman, K. Green, J. Cretella, J. Norman, T. Chito, Coach G. Ferrando, Coach E. Matkovich, Coach B. Sanders Fourth Row: M. Kolic, D. Boccieri, D. O'Connell, D. Rossi, H. Cigolle, , G. Paronish, J. Courtney, M. Andrews, B. Yeager, V. Senk, M. Calderone, C. Haydu 5 l ' GIRARD e 3. 1. ,,., ,L L at , V, . . N x , fy -.-.5-ggg,.1.,,., ' 1 ... 2' ' k-.lV 5 I f-:gy , ., K.. . J. Pfyiv j I L.N.L5,2j' S ' mf ,fi .Q :Q - . ' '-, TAFF Head Coach Charlie Jamieson and his assistants: R. Sanders, J. Jeswald, E. Matkovich, G. Ferrando, C. Jamieson ' FOR GLDRY - A-1 -nf -Q 'Ak ,g,,, EIGHTH GRADE-First Row: J. Montgomery, C. Beasley, D. Marsh, M. Coons, D. Sherock, D. Anderson, J. Sabino, J. DiTunno Second Row: J. Murray, D. Swistzer, G. Schimph, D. Templeman, J. Ferraro, C. Channel, L. Baker, J. Rice Third Row: C. Colburn, M. Thompson, P. Davis, J. Rosace, R. Ross, C. Mitchell, M. Cannon, D. Murray, J. Barko Missing from picture: J. Wilkins xii? --.' " i EIGHTH GRADE COACHES: R. Jamieson, R. Romito, R. Racick, T. Archer Saxon NINTH GRADE: First Row: R. Bartels, T. Fynes, M. Rice, T. McMasters, A. Shaeffer, R. Teter Second Row: C. Camey, J. Dcmas, r K. Bornemiss, S. Jamieson, F. Macek, B. Schuster, C. Doran, M. Mullen, M. Costarello Third Row: B. Hart, J. Martin, P. Sforza, J. Gianetti, A. Guido, F. Platcnak, R. Weibel, M. Beasley Fourth Row: G. Martuccio, R. Bradley, M. Bellito, T. Blackstone, M. Deccllo, M. Johnson, J. Charles, J. Britt, T. Guerrieri, J. Gross NINTH GRADE COACHES: C. Jamieson, M. Rossi, J. 1.45, . 8 Cappuuello, R. Infante, A l P . ,. , V' .gl ,ff K . ll, EJ menu ss VARSITY HEERLEADERS I,, L,,. v rv X- fir EJ? f ie- ' ,. A 1 W' we 0 A -+'f-fuQ'mx5Q'1-Yff -,xg M 11. 1 1 .. ,f-+.:,,.H?1'g'f' .A 1- ff 2 .rf JI' . .ni.L,g' Frida' iw fly.--' X ' flffi' 11251 af 'T """'i-if KN jifws Q "' i - f ' ': wi rpg., lf' ' .L u , -ir, ,-F Ei , a, p laid 'xiii Fin. A A 'SF A 'lil .mmm ,tl J . Gfwf gee" Us . yu N Wr'.4?5" f9f6l.Aw ' n:.:5,..ia in 4. ' .fi ' .X i, .a f' .' ,V 5'i"g'1r H f f as ,gigs-,"' h fr Q -Q Q 'M -- Y N ' -f , ev " 1 'W A -.ig Ry,-' 15 1 f Q' 'G 15 "ca 1 - i 'F SC L f , , , M, . 1 . .,, . . . - . - -. .. .l.-- ' 5, 5 59'7'l..,ugj-'ys9.t is ,n g3i3r1M'if?1jm7"24E'rif'fl " ' .5527 3 - fir-' vit rf ' .1 ' A+' ' i F M, W "' f 5, 'TWV' 5 iff? ff Q gs LK ,... s X g xl , l f . , Q It ,il - or Q I l ' ' x 1 c R' ' I i J Q. A ,mlm Q Ag ,U its 4 Q 1 nqggvv Y q , pg-up WU.. f V 2 J gf ly if -i 'I Vs- I 1 'r 9 -1' TE' A I' "",',,, Q' f 9 A-f'53l:-- A ., , -Q-as W,-nfl, .r r e, ww.,-5 ,iirw,w-i.i- ,mi ,A ',.q,,f,g,gi.,J,w hi., f ., xv-4' y y M X ' NW M yi. , X Q F, g Nr I x M W. , ,M a N fe ' x nf X' l " 'A ' X V ' 'S ' ' .f Q Mia' 4 nf' " if-4" , ' ' - a N. 1 ' ji f 'fer "'. '41 '7 a"" 1 0 ' 'yi 'W . 1 a , 13" ' .aifffg .JV ,J 5 an-J 'Q N fa' 'fiff-.""2Mf:' f f wmf' "' Toni Maiorana, Jay Picierro, Colleen Kucynski, Carol Demas, Mary Ann Seidler, Jackie Berezo, Terri . 3 Ma'iora na XA ..f' 0, if .0 will fl 'A bs Mary Ann Seidler-Mascot The cheerleaders promoted school spirit by leading the student body in cheers at football and basketball games. At pep rallies they performed creative skits and dance routines. Our cheerleaders were synonymous with pride and enthusiasm, Xb l heerleaders ' 'hi . Q ,-. l l 0 1 'I f 'Q 2 :Fffgn ,, i f 2 ,Z -V.. IRIN' ' i r . K ,N " l. xi. I K .. , av' me ' if up - e ,. , A 'Q -5 l Colleen Kucynski f Jackie Berezo ,nm rind' 1 A i l l Qf L, 4' f. . pill' t Carol Demas A il C ,X ur Q gf .- l ., Q . Mk ,, L Q r lf!" . h G 'H r . .W 5 . 4 Pm L 2:4 'ff ' , 'fjhi T 'Q " L 1 V " ' 'N' Toni Muiorana Jay Picierro if ' . W r l L. " , ur on 'Q r 199 - 1' , W-', V b f ' 'V ' av - if y , Q f' f -- r.- ! A L '51 Y. iii? M J N' . io- sWQl9"" up Q . P- ' 'Q 1 M H ' m V . , . , x A 4 I l pr Q , f 'r - 'O , V , , , ' r , - 0' . . ' ' ga' .IH Q DAL' j qi - A " - -4 15--ff 'f .+ f " 5' - A 'I r '-6 gfg' " 'Q' . U: ,Z , A ' , I fl 5 - ' ,, -rw - ' , kly- fr' ' ' . Vg. , - 1 nik,-1, , ' -3 .- , , V .,,",-111:f,', w , ,. -Q .' , '- 1 -Q, X -, '-" ' A QM ig! -fr -by ,. .- . - kY.tfLiE1'Y.i,i5f-T-i,Z A A V V: I NV .X 1. ,V r V. 14. , 5 4- , V N. g"3I.f.y+5" F' ' 11 r .' L ' ' Q' ,,.. .i f- Terri Maioranu Yes, yes, yes, we do We got spirit How 'bout you? Cheerleaders 87 J' " 1 GIRLS SOFTBALL FRONT: J. Mushrush, L. Cramer BACK: H. Haydu, N. Zirafi-SENIOR PLAYERS Rennie Palone 8 Mike DelBene First Row: L. Cramer, M. Savini, H. Haydu, N. Gori, M, Rogers Second Row: L. Riley, N. Ponzio, S. Zirali, D. Andrews, J. Williams Third Row: K. Daniels, J. Mushrush, N. Ziraii, P. Brown, L. Collins, E. Davey, D. Gori --. A 2. Y I . --.z.Q2W'I"Js. ,ia'.b?'Se-N "ffxggr ff yi iheweiif ' '. -fiwia ' .rx ,.,.' Y'-Fila N . ' W iff . i 1' yr 1 'f f 5 R -in 1 ' - ffl :f ' cfs Q 1 ' N . 12:55, ' 1 E A27 '- """! T35 j " "" N we 5.55, , 2, . ffiiizrgfjv 1 s. Q if 5f:?..... ,. 99 ik 1. 2 f 1 H. 'ff ,,. ' 'WWF Eigvaee v' L' 3, af 1 Q9 gg Y... 'gan -w.+:..1.... , .. , key is-. a .9 aan: m egg! V 'EEIG warm ' :Eff 'L ' ' wg fi A 5 5 .5 zgsemgsrxff ' A ,r f .11 iwf se'1",?sS-A s wwzeiffxy s i v' ,,!.:-1"g , Y 'itig-b."Q, D . ' ei? u ald 159' .,,.. 9 ' , f w'....fza.f .rs Q . . ' srzfcgg. ,W H 19 S' 1 on Kennedy at 9 16 x fa 'r' 1 fi -M X - J. A Y' LL x, i,,f...f' The girls' softball team under the coaching of Bonna Jean Wilkins and gratus coaches Sue Woodford, Rennie Palone and Mike DelBene, produced fine individual athletes. Lona Cramer led the team in most offensive categories including home runs 141, triples 131, runs scored 1151 and batted in 1251, and total hits 1221. Co-captains Lona Cramer 1.5121 and Nanny Zirafi 1.3491, along with Joy Mushrush 1,4121 and Missy Rogers 1.4321 helped the team finish second in MVC with their power hitting 1a combined average of .427!1 Bonna Jean Wilkins Sc Sue Woodford .-., ,V ,X .f V---,- ' : L ti ,gi . 4 'f-0,3 :ab -' in - 55751 ggi? ix, Wu' mu. . X l 1 Joe Cappuzzello SL Felix Carmello BASEBALL irst Row: E. Jamieson, D. Courtney, J. DiTunno, C. Chismark, M. Woytek, S. Ponzio, G. Monico Second ow: Coach F. Carmello, G. Hardway, J. DelBene, P. Lucic, R. Stevens, R. Banyots, S. Martin, J. Emery hird Row: D. Weitzman, J. Brandenstein, J. Norman, B. Bell, M. Porter, S. DelBene, J. Raub, G. Cornell Felix Carmello and Joe Cappuzzellds tribe once again went to sectional tournaments, held this year at Warren's Crandall Park. Paced by leading sluggers Jody DiTunno 1.3281 and Mike Woytek C.367J, the demons of the diamond were always in the race for the MVC Crown. The pitching by Gary Monico Q4-21, Gary Hardway C4-33 and Rich Banyots Q3-31 helped produce a winning season. Baseball 89 HITTING, RUNNING, PITCHING, A J HAD rr ALL ., If ' 4 CIM ' 5 W. 7 13- ' ' t,..,,,, 2 ....,..,-f...-W X .3 , -N svn, L -- 4 V , :uv- I3 5 X Z .2 1 x 3 i 1W'xs. KEEP ,ll-ni .QS QL-RJ A. Ponzio, J. Grumley, D. Morgan, R. Parker, R. Johntony, M. Seidler, T. Maiorana, S. Woodford, L. Cramer, C. Demas, J. Dillon BACK Coach Romito, Coach Lymber, M. Repasky, C. Aston, R. 0'Connell, C. Walters, C. Kucynski, L. Rowles, C. Cigolle, J. Kaso, W. Mills, M. Harkabus, E. Kristanc In their second year of existence, the girls' track team was the finest in the area. Coach Lymber's stars included discus thrower Sue Woodford, shot putter Lona Cramer, and high jumper Lisa Rowles. Long jumper Colleen Kucynski set a new MVC record as did the 880 relay team. Other highlights included a victory over defending MVC champs Canfield, a trip to the sectionals at Austintown, and to the districts at Kent Roosevelt. 92 Track TRACK! ' 49-90 is a sport composed of individual effort, more than most other sports. This year's trackers had season worth remembering. Sprinter Dwayne avers bolted his way down the 100 yard stretch tie the school record of 10.1 seconds. High mpers Ralph Griffiths and Louie Scarnecchia ok aim at the existing school record of 6'2" and, the time the season was over, Ralph had tied it d Lou had set a new record of 6'4". Lou also had e honor of finishing first at the sectionals at iram and then going on to compete in the districts Kent Roosevelt. Four-forty runner Dave Kermec so qualified for the districts as he, too, had a warding season. First Row: D. Brammer, T. Kuneli, D. Kermec, T. Glass, R. Johnson, R. Griffiths, B, Brandenstein, L. Scarnecchia Second Row: Coach Jamieson, S. Jamieson, T. Ritter, J. Ragozine, H. Cigolle, P. Magill, B. Habegger, P. Donnelly. G. Maderitz, D. Shavers, Coach Sanders Track 93 94 Track W in 5,3 MA BFFIQ, -as 'V 4 Q is H W 1? Flll 5 u Nm ., 4 . , , . , , K, ,I I r, u . I , X , ,A - 1 .y.. ' f " , X ' -1" ' - X ' f ,W K . ' ' g . ,N . ,V , .. , " g J ' " TV6-fi 1' 'fx " ' " 'W - . Vg' 1 ,hu ' . A, v - ,,,: 1 ' W f v V 'f' - 1 igs i' . ' ' 2 -- JS V f Jil' '-H '3 YK 11 ,fy , 1 ' ,f ' Ng- if Q 1-'...' 5:1 s ' , ' fy I ' X 54-gm., IEQQQEEQ5' - , wg 'm3N1',I '1 gif"2"f'7i1. . .Jm x N 'xfiij-5 1 L' A MQ? ,- , : in M -V2 rf :. , w V 1 I TRACK I , I I I I I I I I I I I I 5 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I , H, I I I I I I F I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . . Track 95 I I I I 1.--v -Q 96 Cross Country CROSS "' CDU TRY K :H if COACH-John Spano GRATUS COACHES: Jim Stambolia, Chris Walters, Bob Brandenstein FRONT: M. Yordy, M. Cardiero, P. Walters, D. Barninger BACK: Coach J. Spano, J. Mislai, D. Stevens, P. Mngill, T. Kuneli SENIOR: John Mislai ' yi 'T""f5'! V cyks :ai ' g.4.. vi - ' - 5' . g . V - 'X 'Y I' . , A I -4, Ei 'ff' " 1 -F' . . , 4, Q' , , ni, In .i.'.1., ..l . A 1k.-g,-v,1,.ff'ff-M.-Q ,fLQ,. ,,i,,:j. ,.5.fi"f,gfQ :fr ..- ., - ,xg,.,,,-.,.,..i..f .L ....-tx. . -Q-,tx:5F.:.,i.gT?tr:.LZ-,ygsiwzzrr IS ,-.-J.1.1:..l. tg - iff-+l'va,f--ear.ef-.51r. :ff-'1"-A ' 1 w"',-,5f r..hf.- Q 1-'fllfff-1 ':'1 E117?i?F.ifa-i'?l7fi5'Qs3"-,l- " ' SENIOR: Dan Baminger 5 lr 1 , . . xx- ,, ,. . ,,,. . :' ,fra ' l1'2w,:. .." Ja 355 gr.: 35.0. ,,.,....,3, , The cross country team trained long and hard for its season. The team began practicing in late August, running ten miles or more per day in Liberty Park and at Mahoning Country Club. Senior John Chiec, a consistently high finisher, saw his promising season end early with a back injury. Since John was not able to help pace his team, underclassmen developed talent for future years. Cro! Country 97 Y., ,, Y 98 Golf Standing: Coach Tony DelBene, Mike Sforza, Bob Price, Steve Pruneski, Dave Cernich, Ken Ben, Don DiPiero, Kneeling: James Standohar We in GULF West Branch Liberty ' Y Canfield McDonald , , .f 1 -s.'- pg- , 'I' he golf team is consistently one of the better teams at GHS as shown by its second consecutive trip to the sectionals held this year at Avalon Lakes, where they placed third in a field of twenty. The team, led by senior Steve Pruneski and junior Jim Standohar swung into action with wins over MVC rivals JFK and Liberty. Under the directions of Coach Tony DelBene, the team finished with a 14-4 record. Golf 99 WRESTLING KNEELING: M. Cardicro, R. Glass, M. Mullen, N. Maiorana. D, DiPicro, N, Shcrock STANDING: J, Mislui, C. Haydu, P. Lucic. J. Schenker STATISTICIANS: H. Hayclu, M. l Ague, P. Brown, C. Vlasic W I . .I MA A I l00 Wrestling COACHES: Tom Hcrnun SL Tom Brown KNEELING: J. Suinto. D. Sheldon, T. McMuslcrs, W. Hart STANDING: Palmer. D. Molnar Led by first year coaches Tom Hernan and Tom Brown, and captain Pete Lucic, the wrestling team put on a fine showing all year. The shortage of wrestlers Cthey had to forfeit the 175 and 185 pound weight class every matchj did not bother standout wrestlers Mike Curdiero U0-O with 7 pins including tournamentsj, Chip Haydu L7-31 Rick Glass L8-lj, and Don DiPiero Q6-23. Senior John Mislui Scnior Captain Petc Lucic Wrestling l0l 1 X 6 45 X X , K x fiii xl fl X 1 ll 4 1 D 5' if Q V xnf ' ,ew L . It ,N Rx ,I W Q Y X 49 IT W V5 Q v 'f f F 7 ' E Se T p C Il K ynskn I ,TQ fi X S CID I 1 I- tie-"" L-.Q--x'-N-'XP JU IDR V RSITY I-IEERLE DERS The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders gave support to the JV teams through thick and thin. Ambition and hard work made the cheer- leaders the voice ofthe student body at the JV athletic events. Junior captains were Lori Constantino and Mary Beth Slovasky. FRESHME HEER- LE DERS The Ninth Grade Cheerleaders had something to cheer about and cheer they did. The future for the athletics and the pride that goes with it looks promising for this freshmen class. l04 Cheerleaders JR. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: T. Stringer, L. Constantino, J. Capogreco, J. Kaso MISSING: M.B. Slovusky FRESHMEN CHEERLEADERS: row l: A. Corsale row 2: J. Nitzsky, C. Carano row 3: J. Pagano Mr. Cerny's freshmen basketball team powered their way to a winning overall record and Challenged West Branch for first place in the MVC race. The team's ability to work together helped them to defeat rival Liberty twice. something all Girard l'ans can be proud of. Mark Deeello led the team in scoring and also in rebounding. along with Vlarvin Johnson and Ken Ben. The round-ballers ol' the class ol' 'Sl should leave their F R I nark on GHS. 713 .M . INIJEI 34 3E 44 TEAM: FRONT-B. O'Hara, B. Schuster, R. Johnson. J. Marlin. P, Kaso BACK - Coach Cerny, G,Spano, K. Ben. D. DePaul, M. Deeello, M, Johnson 9 GRADE TEAM: KN EELING-D. Porter lst row: K. Cramer. Y. Baker, K, Cramer Znd Mitchell. J. Barco, J. Wilkins. D. Murray IGHTH cn ns EASKETB LL 2' W, 4 its ' 4' 1 lmm IM X" ni' uf I. i C I an 1, f, -Y V. f Polan - I I Well Ffff' .3r' 1 01: hacks ff , Infie A P hfigv ' -,J , ,Ex 1 , a vu .. - E . Fifi' A. ff if wx W. '. VR 7 O l Y'.- '-.1 I 5 1 . , ,- Q4 I 'U TEAM MEMBERS: M. Capogreco, T. Kolic, B. Suich, B. Price. S. Pruneski. D. Cernich, D. Stevens, M. Andrews, J, DelBene, J. Standohar ,. T' TA' -1.-.W 4 .ini STATISTICIANS: K. O'Brien, K. Martin. M..l. Crish, K. Monico MANAGERS: L. Adovasio, M. Porter The defending conference champions in basketball played this season with one returning letterman, senior captain Steve Pruneski. Steve led the team and the conference in scoring 120.1 points per gamelj and was supported by senior Jim DelBene and three starting juniors. Dave Cernich led the league in free throws and field goals with Steve a close second. COACHES: Head Coach-Tony DelBene SL Jr. Varsity Coach Felix Carmello 108 Basketball i K H17 ,,-X XJ , 'ag N sa VI. mnnnu Ska ki, Q ff' J sf' A "' 4-n X -39 JU IDR V RSITY ASKETB LL KNEELING: B. Capogreeo, R. Walters, D. Dclisio STANDING: B. Myers. C. Forte. H. Brown, T. Brown. D. Kovtteh, E. Grossbeck, R. Guido, D. Weitzman, M. Masieh Coach Carmello's squad, consisting of leading scorers Ed Grossbeck, Dean Weitzman, and Mike Masich, used this season to prepare for quality varsity teams in the future. Ed Grossbeck also led the team in rebounds with Chuck Forte and Mike Musieh leading in assists. The highlight of the season was their 46-36 victory over rivals Liberty. lI0 Jr. Varsity Basketball 3 .Xxx V Ni JI ' A : 5 . . , f . I 5,31 -5 -Av xf - 1 1 1 K -4- ,ir Q 'QW fi!S 6? GIRLS' BASKETB LI. lst row: K. Thomas, J. Williams. P. Constantino. S. Zirafi. L. Cramer, D. Andrews 2nd row: Coach Gabriel. MANAGERi D. Kincaid N. Gori, E, Davey. C. Niemc7ura, .l. Mushrush. N. Zirafi ff X f P! 1 . ,- , 4 """.. a -v,":.f , " 'W . "5 ' ,Qtr X-,,,, , M, nb . 'K as N "'- L .f ,git - ti. '- 1:- 5 my STATISTICIANS: R. Maehingo, S. Criscionc. R. Kincaid Coach Pete Gabriel and tri-captains Lona Cramer, Nanny Zirafi and .loy Mushrus led the team in the MVC race like its never been led before. Lona was leading score with an average of I2 points per game and also held first place in foul shootin percentage. Joy was first in field goal attempts and averaged Il points per gamt Nanny, who played all positions and was expected to know everything. was a majo stawlwart of the varisty team. Underclass support came from junior Nancy Gori an sophomores Cindy Niemczura and Sue Zirafi, Nancy, known as Farrah Fawcett, sat a lot of varsity action and was a strong defensive player. Cindy, lDr. JJ. the taller on the team Q5'l l"j, led the team in rebounding and, with only one year experience Coach Pele Gabriel did an outstanding job. Of course, Boston had Havlicek. but Girard has Sue. bcttc known as "Hondo" or Suska. The all-around combination of youth. experience. ant hard work allowed the team to finish highly ranked in the MVC. ll2 Girls' Basketball s ' X gi-4 My ,2s-2 fx ' Ev, . ' 4 42. Rf? if N . fl . f 2 " lr, S QWH S4 GIRLS TAKE Annum vlcromr 5 -3 . f S Q Wit LL M Z IF, A :mf '2- f'1, '3 X ,,. .. '1 'x 4 .J K l , 1 Q fm X fu 'QE' , I Flwlunagb, 4' Y f, P 3 22 I V N-1 2:9 Nur -.J Being u gf L g , ': ---v :gy - , '- U i R P Spam Wrap up II7 p lo bat IS no joy In A 1 N 4 F... , - w n N . ,.l ::i: 2271111 r,.--,.. L--,,....4 . r . Q .-4 ' .93 -., . we-2 ..-N, . ,..- .4 .5-" . 1141.14 .L l' N' Q"N P fm' ' . 5 K 1 I 'V E4 V ' ff. - ' ffrfyi ,. 14 1 4 , 1. .. ":"L:rL, Q , ' -. .411 :L .A WM, . I, ff! xA - l I .x V. I, I:, i , -" A '-'X' 0 yxvv-'lil-4 'Y I -Q A .. 4- ' "' kj. , 5 . ,fix ' A .Q'.'x"sf ' f rip' , Q w . f -- Jkhfgv. 1 -0,1 5 . 11:x?3"z: X ' A' -I .N xxx, h K ..,.,-,, 3 ., .4-. , , .- AC .-'-- , 5 a U me .,. ,,, Y, What greater or better gift can we offcrmthan to teach and instruct our youthfCicero DMINISTR T10 120 Administration AN STAFF Y K-1 'fi 1 i '4 I' X xxx' X, 'Z - Y. Newly elected Board members John "Tiger" Demas and Richard Breese have been serving since January 1978. Fax 71 ff' N-...X BOARD OF ALJ- '-' xwxcix EDUCATIO Administration l2l DMINISTR T10 8 ST- FF H! !LAV Y 3 t jig -A t N- .VV , X f N' Q N. ' , ,r . K f K , , , K , Xi, if ifitffst t r A ,XX Sylvia Holm M I es Asst. Prin. Janis Green I Asst. Prin. Sec. J ir.-ni "The secret of education lies in respecting the pupil."-Emerso 122 Administration Majovsky Philip Cretella Tomy, Attendance Officer f Susie Jay S? X School Nurse SPECIAL STAFF C11-:N KR Faculty 123 LANGUAGE ARTS 4 R X ,H xx xx M XL KX , , X X f Q , Remigio -Italian 5 .ML . -y . I-M' vfzffig, . WTR , Q- X ,L . ,, , , Q-, 5,3 ,,,5si4'frw x N13 T : N3 - A. 1 ,X Z, xx Speech, Drama ss- I A ' Cynthia B , 'o ? Ulm mi .W E ' . , " ' ng-is U Faculty 125 , ' , X gin U 126 Faculty ii: 7 SheiIa Hernandez Spanish I, II, III Wir.. M THEMATICS 4" "'V XY-V "The man who can make hard things easy is the educator."-Emerson 128 Faculty 43" 5 , 'J 'RIP s 14 .. .f, 0 I an u , ,l D 0 a-f SOCIAL STUDIES . . ' fi 'iifsellf 1 MalkOVlCh Government, CPS L ffl 5? ,ff DiPiero Econ., 34 Problems 'brsale f , XI' lg f f 1 ff K ,. f ,Y , Faculty 129 "What sculpture is to a block of marble, education is to the soul .U-Addison 130 Faculty SCIE CE I.: .9 '. f' lv v. x .4 ff' l DUSTRIAL ARTS 4.3- L ? ii oberf Sanders V if l?ctr1clty 2 M lty 131 HOME ECONOMICS DEPT. ADJUSTED THE RTS CURRICULUM i 1 S SueEllen Vocal Music Sam Faccioben Art ' "It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge."-Einstein l r jg 1... 5 ci Faculty 133 134 Faculty PHYslcA FXEDUCATIO X Gary Ferrando SHealth, P. E. ll N9 QT. - i2Lfic1RAn9 Anthony DelBene P.E., Family Life Men learn while they teach."-Seneca QV USINESS DEP RTME Lore6fRichardson IOE, Clerical II R I? 'E+' in' 5 Carmell 3 Busi 955 Faculty 135 Denise Deltondo IOE, Clerical Mary Lou Vergahtte IOE Steno 136 Faculty , "Delightful task! To rear the tender thought, to teach the young idea how to shoot."-Thomson Usmsss DEPARTME T "That's what l Ai . :R v ,Mfr flaw ' 'l ling N4 7' u li' F 1 A l il x ly' X fr. lj T1 N Vigo klriif, QM!! 95 0 of A X i l ll V 5 138 Guidance .1 education meansfto be able to do what you've never done before."-Palmer William Dobosh Freshman Counselor vf , " ' M . A,,, . 1 , 'tif l , W -.-L ,f , .3 l, -gg, N 1 or K 4 f Q x ,, rw eiy . -Y l e , -arg' ' E .. FH - .' M f f . , f lf? 4 ps i . T' 'f' ,,:.. . -12 A' . ggrivzgi izfh A . h 5.3, ,,,,, 13, 5 jujngie 1, A ' X M' 11:2 - - weak f e.sz::Tf+ -4 -V ' ' iv " ' ' 1 --gal. U Ifi.-Lag, I fl 1:uJL'41lq1EfE3EE?. 'gn .gg 4 K3 ' H -FTQR-!s"2'1,f jff'j'13fff-firesfzfw " -e ax - af: . A ,igliiszf-1, -e,f+.e.:w-nw,o.A.:',x,.RXe,XA v'L,fsgnm:3 A -' Tiff: A ' "If-iff -M or ya -... GUIDANCE Oakes Counselor Eleanore Gross Guidance l Debtg Sec. William mmck J unior ,Counselor .. li 'J ps A . N5 ' :VIL J . . 5 1 Johntony, Joseph Sarra, Joe Corsale-Chief Custodian, Daniel Simmons, Julia Guidubaldi Egzifw U . is s 4 .nv- .Q . V . '52 K,,, .v yo- pn 1" I 'E+ T V 1 Margaret Franklin, Lois Ridge, Mildred Beck, Carol Rose, Margaret Ritter, Ann Karnofel iw ll - 'M , . ' 1 V9 i A A gf' U 'Q MAINTENANCE A FOODS 'QQ Staff 139 N F WL A 5 . A b 1- 4 H. x u-aww X I '33 , W' xi pr! 7? H' lYf'f?5fi?1'i' .QSM wg . mb., , x r 95' ',2""g, w-. rmm, i. . ., Ya '-x flu 4..'.'g5r' :. ...am : QUQHWFA Z -4- 6- , , l 1 1' f A yx Nj? I'7i I it Wi1i?5fffffff ' ggf3 '. Rw fQfWiiQ1:f1 If T1 VQW , i 1 Ewa., 1 I l Al, 1 F I L I i AJ.. , -1 I , L T- 'L 1 1 1 1 I l LI I I l E f1giifiiigNw, 1 w TWLT-LT'LTJf A1 .Z ,-.- -,.,.... J.. ...,. l 1 T 'A'- "ML'W'T""l fjjgi g:1 i3 1, -- ilfl i ...A...Q, -w.....L y ri? .'-gg, 3. K 1 S1-J' N'-I lug A93 . Z. ., 3 9,1 Y . 9 - ! . 4. 1 sf-ny ..,u,.z.-wan 7. 7- 4 r,,:.., - . 1 - s A ... - .e r ' 1 an --' '-- W- 1 Q. 1' I 1.1, qs, , 1-.: if j f-'rw ,. 1 f ,v li? ww f 'hfff 3'-115521 1, 7 l 5 7,14-.1.',, -lrffiy fi-'Qq' Y 'M 13 15' J? --.- frvxvfw- fs-r--f " ., 57 E ' Q "-'rf i if 15 ,V ' J A .... v . - -grg - fi b I.. v ' ' V - S. -A EIGHT!-I GR DE r' . qml, J' ,J K f I I 9 'F .123 f, , ffx' . ' , 4 x x l42 Eighth Grade 2 ...d""' gi . iggi fbias' k, D ff +7 42 U -2 3, X gf- ' e ' or fQ rx Eddie, the typical eighth grader, comes to GHS for the first time. Luckily he has many friends in the high school. He's seen both of them already. Now, where's Mr. Corsale's room? Don't worry, he can ask his pals. What friends! They gave him a discount on his elevator passes. What dirty swines! His friends betrayed him. He takes revenge. A punch in the kneecap hurts... x Q . fm ,Q .Vg IX fi' T J 1 I. . 7 I W f lx .X Rial W' N 8 . mg.,-X19 Y. xi -I , 4 f 'SACS A ' 2-L if 4, 4. i If A- t J a xx. .. 'ff I . x 555' Lf' Yi S. qt gf iii 4 P ' FF' . ks QA ,n A TUFPQOPUH S'?'OT"1P!' PSCHFU E' W E 2 ,, Uv Us ' gf 3 -. 5 2. X4 E S Z8'Z8'Z8'Z8'Z8'Z8'Z8 8. 'Z Z8 8: M. Brooks T. Callihan f 4 l 'ex WW. MT. s. Ns. N xv A' ' AQ a ww 8'Z8'Z D. Calvin M. Cannon ,f 'Z J, M fp: Am, K 17 73 x X 1 37' li' - .f it A .3 9 .a ' J .gag I , V ff' ,KX 4. Z8 8. 'Z Z8 8. 'Z Z8 8 'Z Z8 E on :- ... :r C3 'I na Q. o I DJ T. Cardiero T. Cavalcanti L. Chamberlain C. Channell R. Cleary B. Colburn IT WAS ff- 11,,.,EYV 5' J . A 9 JY , i ' C. Colburn A . C il M. Coons A " M il N 'llxlifiif W in sl V 'Q' A f .wh A. Costarella . ff-JY, - ll K. Cramer ' . ' J if J I I ' ix U- A Ama K. Cramer K. Crown XA, 5 A .. ii H M. Curto R. Daniels V , M. Daugherty , ' 5 ii y 9 P. Davis C. Day ' C. Decello , N J. DeDantis V A 5 J. DelBene M. Dikun i - J. Ditunno i L ' xi 1 J. Drocella , ll i "lsr T' ' T. Dutting - ' .... 1 f e ix I C. England K. Esten f- i Q 'i N1 'f55'f1l' K., V V J. Ferraro P, l 5 4 J J T. Firment A K g YL g, i L. Fortunato la IV" T i ' . L. Gallo X , A "7 .HY ' R. Gibson -5 K' X . fi. '47 . 'ox X ii- Giiiii fl sl ' J i if 1 '22 I Fi. W. Giipiii ., f aff 2. i ' l rcmfmii . C. Giron D. Glass i K. Glasser f "' Q J. Goist y Q' D. Goodwin D. Graham b 4f B. Greathouse Nl .JL J C. Gravante P. Grove , N D. Hahn E , i lvl C. Hake A 1 A. Hargrave Q. fs A A. Hassen ' A 3 Q .. ' NA , l ' P. Hecker i A' Sf: ' 7 f ,Ilf 144 Eighth Grade my fa . I vp- K A NEW EXPERIENCE l .4 ', ' 'V f , V F l 'E : ,E . 4 H 1 l ' J' "' f ,P 5 X I-Q ' f" ,, ,,. jf , 11 53 1 W -'L ., ' , " J - Lo ws W iii ,Adio ' X fi? -r ' J. ,Q .. Q- ai an A 'W 5 I yu I x 'All i I . . . ' s 'i' ' I J l , J 4. 3 y b A X . Xb, g, 9 .Q Cxl C. Hoffman B. Holmes J. Holmes J. Horvath D. Hunkus F. Jackson B. Jones J. Jones K. Jones S. Kay R. King M. Koches C. Kohn D. Kostur J. Kostur L. Kuneli P. Litowitz K. Lonardo A. Luongo D. Mackey E. Makar M. Malito L. Manete S. Maslen D. Maynard L. McCale P. McClaskey D. McClellan T. McGinnis M. McGowan C. McLean G, McMillan K. McNeal L. Michaels M. Migliozzi 3 Y' I, , fl, Lf. vghw ,xg , , I x, . ,gf f f, 1 I . fm' 'Q S. I N, X. , .., 'la z y V 4 my l fi ' 5 f . . 2 Q, 4- A 4. g ' L11 2- , " ' L N.. . " C . 1 ' ' C23 'l R K clll' "A sa' - . i lil, iff " all ll - fl' 1 ' . iz J QS. MR fopqq 5' Eighth Grade l 45 WITH FOUR YEARS T0 GO... D. Minniti K. Mitchell A. Molnar G. Montgomery P. Moore R. Morgan M. Mufflcy J. Murphy J. Murphy D. Murray K. Myers R. Naugle G. Nickels B. O'Neill C. Parisi R. Patterson L. Perkins M. Poling D. Porter T. Ramer S. Rezek J. Rice P. Rickard V. Riggleman P. Robsel J. Rosace C. Rose C. Rosenberg K Ross R Ross A Rossi I46 Eighth Grade n 1 'F 1 Y is 5 1 w K W ' Ji K if t 2 J' Q ...f 3 F" as JA if Q t Xie -v x 0' . .. at 522 ' J J N ,Jr ' -is-dw in ' ,T if 5 1 Q , fl' a S . ar g.- " A if 1. eil fi .Lila-X' :1..i .uf X A' 5 J ' K- XV, AW' x. Fi af' Q. "J gb .t . Q 5 2 A s e ,.aw" 9 Y .N J- 1 at :V W xl - I Q. 1 N ,gg r . '-Te." fv"4j? is X L t . 1 . .Lia Q ' 5 , ltr . i f ""f Axggmzl . .'f,ffN , 3 . Q 't K fiuwvv 'li' 6 4 G 4 - W .hav .Q--r 5 l, J' 6 I A A Xl Vt J " " A :Ui . . S814 VM 4 I i .Q K X -1 'IZ' X. M .- tl -c.,,+ "' 5' " .1 - ... T f-35: Q. - K. ' ggi' Rv flee ', ' - W J' R 1 5 A x up -. gf K x. ix. A iv? X- .: gg:-rr '- 1 0 r ' I 'Q ,X vb A f N' ,I S x cf' . ' -, :L Q, V, X Sv I 1 4 r K. Rowles J. Sabino D. Sagrati K. Saylor G. Schimpf M. Scialdone T. Sears R. Seidler D. Sherock H. Sheward R. Shonce C. Smith K. Stadler E. Stiffler W. Strain A. Stringer S. Stringer L. Strojek P. Sundcrrvm, J. Swanger D. Sweitzer D. Templeman C. Thomas D. Thompson M. Thompson L. Tonkin K. Vanoverbeke D. Wagner M. Wagner P. Walters R. Walters J. Wilkins R. Yanik S. Yeagley M. Zeolla 13-'fin LA Eighth Grade I47 K ff? sgtsggs' .,, -.,, . . . I Q 4 5 I 1 Anon. elif? 5' f1'.,.gww .gfliiglbh ,am , ....-rw Eddie the ninth grader anxiously went to IPS for the first time. His first lab included many bonus experiments. For example, he learned how not to use an alcohol burner and how long it takes to regrow eyebrows. Luckily there was no graph on the bonus lab. He couldn't have done it anyway...his arms were still numb from the explosion in the second lab!! aff XJ. A fl ,Sig R L.aifAA' A -4: I its N. Y. ,hx X , I .M 'it i gt, X ' N , V fx -Q e in ? 'Av' like sq .4 . i I CLASS OFFICERS: A. Guido fPres.J, D. Corsale fTreas.J, C. Hudak CV. Pres.J, A. Castor QSec.J W .7 .N QE . , ,Q ,. .E 51 M f o J ' U . . 'aa V '- .4 - 1 8 P 'lf Y . I X if-H K ' " ' o A -f+'X X 'll " J ' "Wh nl L ' .i Q - 1 'V' tl l fi 4 vi , -. -1 Y , 3' gi ab' ,. as '.l'- 1 lx. Ar' . Ji .12 . tml! K. Altier J. Andrews S. Aragon . M. Bain J. Baker S. Barner C. Barreca R. Bartels A. Baudile J. Beale M. Beasley M. Bellitto K. Ben J. Berezo P. Bevilacqua T. Blackstone F. Blystone C. Boccieri A. Bonk K. Bornemiss S. Bosworth R. Bradley M. Brandenstein 8 'I 'I 8 'I 'I 'I 'I 8 'I 8 'I 8'I8 'I 8 'I 'I 8 'I 8 'I 8 'I 8 'I 8 'I 8 'I I8 'Tl H 0 an B' 5 O 5 v- A ND R. Cafaro K. Calderone C. Carano J. Cario R. Cario C. Carney A. Castor S. Chamberlain J. Charles R. Clinton A. Cosale C. Corsale D. Corsale M. Costarella D. Cramer A. Creatura M. Criscione S. Criscione C. Davis M. Davis M. Decello F. DeCenso D. Delbene J. Demas R. DePaul K. DePietro C. Desmond M. Diamond R. Diehl C. Doran R. D'Rummo R. Ellis M. Esposito B. Fetty T. Finney 150 Freshmen J. Britt A I V. Buonavolonta ' Ny h - -. , .g wiv A ' 'Q K 'blf' l I -.. Xe X 1 W J A -33 J' ,, 'x . J . ialr A Wg ":',?,gg in s V ! A Q A ' ' QQJQQ 2 j ' V , . Q54 M 'Sy J yi, f or i in ew. A , S , 1. R J 'A . .Q ., 'Gif , 7 . .3 xii- .A ' if If 'A ' I iw iii f .-- - .' 1 If mr. sn . vw "..z 4 K A 1 ul' w E i Wil' 1 Q 73 A .L R r A, x ,J 5359" Nui fx ' B x - ' K. Frantz T T. Fynes if M- POWER Q I 'vu -- ' 2 ' 4 q .u 1 2 -A fe? B. Gallo ' N ' - fi S A' 1. J. Gantar 22 Q V t X A. Gelsomino J' A I A L A T Gelsomino 1 .. . as , :I W l . W , f R. Gerthung k al 7 f , U f -V ,J -Hi X J. Gianetti X i ,A ,5 ,H,.g.,' . ja, . .F5:' G. Gibson V J. Giordano 4 L. Giordano 3' . L. Glass LM' ' " A 5 S. Glass x P. Graham 1,7 5 .WA . id T. Grantz Y 1 L. Graziosi - 1' J M. Green K V K T. Green n V. Griffith 1 ' S K. Griggs ' B. Grigsby f 4. ' T. Guerrieri ,EL Pt X L I A. Guido Ms 'Q ' -Ja 1 Y Y 4 ' D. Guyer ff. 5 Jiri 'PI N E. Hahn . 'T' ' " T. Hammer . I K , W. Hart ii., .A i -Q A i A f G. Hassen .., I S. Henik -.., 'J' A K . T. Herrick ' , ' if H D. Heslop ,Q-'Q ia. Q ' , NJ ' Q Q,-,di T ' 'E '. X1 . l.,Z,'vijf.zf fe f ELL. ' 1' M fi G Q3 K . .gg ln I ,g, 'V S. Higgins si -, ,g 'ff' C. Hudak I " A 'U ' K. Huffman ' "' 'K X 'Y h Ye- .- xi K X' 4 K.Hug es ' 1 -114--- - - , Freshmen l 51 WE WERE EST BLISHED S. Jablonski . S. Jamieson J. Jenkins 95 W N ' B. Johnson ' ' J 'J J an B. Johnson '-A M. Johnson R. Johnson H Q 5 J.. I B. Jones r A B. Jones R. Jones 1, 2. Eaczlgark 1 3. -3 . ara ln P. Kaso X' I 7 .N B. Keith I- A 'PEM' , ji D. Koches g , C J. 1 S. Kolenich 5 ' ' H X ., Q ' D. Kovach ff 5 . "" , . I' X 9 'A Vw .' f Je' H B. Lesko ' 'Ct'-9, l T V 'j' M F. Lipari h ' K kx.. X, JX 7 f xy . i , - P. Luongo 4, ' , A.'X.X"fx4. " f hh, Q, Q' . -- , ,'f- A . an uf R. Lum Y A53j,ff,f,' +fg3xg.qy , f f 'eo-. 7 .4 K. Lynch " . , gl 4' F. Macek if P "W M. Madden K 'Q f ' ..,,' -'af . 2 S. Maderitz V. V f' JF.. " - V ' ' E ,,-,e ' N. Maiorana f ' . W ,L xxxswl .... N M ' 1 If-A' .N ' Us IU f X 0 i X VA e'f.aa11.ff. ' gfrzli .- . w J. Martin ' J . 1 , G. Martuccio . 'X as K A ' M. Masich ,AL i 4 . 2' ,Q D. Mathews ' QW? K A! , -. D. Mazza C 15, J' M f T. McMaster X h - TJ? T. Meckulch fa ' ' X' ' 'E ' ' 33 M. Mehle ? J. Melfi f' . ,' . C. Michaels 'ifggj P. Migliozzi f l52 Freshmen 'W' fd 392 li 4-5 A 3 X lx n?" J i P. Mihalick L. Mikulich B. Miller D. Miller J. Miller L, Miller ' A ' ' 11 . R. Minniti , , 4 g A K Mohn A v , ., ' J. Mohn A f A ' . D. Molnar 1 .af A -H, 51 A' 1 P 11 X D. Morgan , qs - 4 Y.. ,.. A ' A 5 eff, Q ,Vi M. Mullen wg :'- .ig 'S D" ' X K. Myers 1. f . 4 P ' A . J. Nail fi X. - L . ,. l, J. Nitzsky mai R ' .1 sig 1. ' C. O'Brien ,' : .t E x L. O'Connell J' X ' -5 ' A f- V ,4- 1. B. O'Hara A A , P I I 19,3 . V. ,Elm Q I A V .Xf-g ,fr - 3 f' 1. 54? '54, x . M' OICXO r . ' A 2. '- Zz A. 32 X 545-'P 1 X f 3 f M. oliva P 'W' Qu! 1 , . J. Osborne Q 1 L 1 J. Pagano I T. Pagano T 3.13.9 . M. Paolone V '. V .X 'ob J Q. D. Park if ft- tx PQ X 41" 'P ' M. Patterson r A 5 ,H ff' 'P ' Sri sn. ff R- PCifaViCh 1 , , . " - J E . - f. ,, W- V . 2 H' ' 4 F. Platenak j I 'xg A N. Ponzio 'J 9' "JJ Q M. Porter x r .. .9 'if 5, ."l""' -:al D. Powers M nj . g , 5- I K R. Price ,jfl"" T-:D ' M 'V vi fn. S. Price ..,, ,. Qi 5 rr' 1 9 f, 1, M. Rackta . 1 f 'W b -9 4 , 4 L. Ragozzine f g M. Ragozzine 1 1 .b f' 1 M. Renato .V WR x if J X ' D. Restaino f, P. I' Q 'G is Freshmen 153 M. Rice M. Rickard L. Riley P. Roden D. Rose T. Rounds D. Runyon A. Sagrati J. Sainato M. Savini R. Schuster V. Scott P. Sforza A. Shaffer L. Shavers S. Sheldon R. Shields S. Slade V. Smith L. Socha 154 Freshmen .Q-. f My M 5 A J 1 .A 4 A .gg ,lik-jk I tits .. fi v ' 2 ...,. 3 ni' Q. , Ll illiiiz 44' ,. va f x f v xl 3"f'? gg. W . 1 Sigh E .it 'lv,f' .' ' , Tia' WITH THREE YE RS T0 G0 Ill av X s- , M"' 4 - 12: .A -fl 'f ' . "' E Ci . X E , Av . 1 .. X KA I V 2 w-Y 'Xq if T ,FE I-Iv ,. 1. l . Qui lf! uf H' fri.. 33 5 V" er" -', 3 A, x J -'L he , X fs -j R Wg 1 Q .t rg, ' U . t H2 'lkiifz ' ,. '--Z . ' eg A ' ' N Mm 5 1 at . . M f W., 3 ' A - ? 4 V L... MA Q . Q -1 . E T .f 2 . , ,C '-I A EfAE T .fziimi +1 -E if wa., ft. tw ,. L, gf f "'k:. rwfgyn gy 'Two V l f ax Ai 1 K glt X4 x -if x F 1' L J V n A A A , , , 0- Q . fx I llaiirh.. , ' , M ,1 C. Zuppo Q . G. Spano C. Spisak M. Stadler T. Staley A. Strauss T. Strines S. Strojek C. Tascione T. Tascione C. Tatum T. Terzo R. Teter J. Thomas M. Thomas M. Tillery G. Tomko D. Toth W. Wagner P. Wallace J. Walsh T. Watson R. Weibel S. Welch B. Williams G. Wimer A. Yeagley M. Yordy C. Yourstowsky B. Yuhasz J. Zubyk Freshmen 155 K ' ki WQQQ .M Q5 ,.......-ni-a-vf' I .. f QFFX, fl? 4 . 149. v 4. R Q, 'img 'QA 'A ' . . im! A , ' ",,4g43,g4,,,f3xg:'?f: A eq .L Pg M rv fvfamin-143 Twef f 1, gtgx--Q-1.5. -1 .W A ' , :- f-v if ' f , ' .. Ag- gf- W, ,,.,.-,,.2..f . Vggaxgw S R . Q m -'z R., . i gg.:-, ,m.,..,,,,fi J u,',31lw , iQ:,.f13as..:Q' - -Tii 15.545, L-,ziisfsaff 6- 5:-' . , -3 g.fE:':g,ff .H I- ' 45-i3f..' Exif' ff A' , 'E ".es'Tst,.' ' 'f 1. -9 4. f a.: f .uf-A n.. ...-. , www J- , N 'K 1 , ',2.1'P Jgsw - ' 51 ' W fi ..- I 56 Sophomores 3 1 1 2 'K f 5, R. Acierno A r N ' y , S. Adams -. 5 L 9 V T -1 J f 33 L. Adovasio I f. - X. " " T. Airhart , 4 . X 1, I y Q-rib, , .K I X V D. Andrews K Z 53' 4 Q , l .ei gil il B' Mquma 4' K. Barth -3? '75 ' ,qi R. Beebe 1 I ,f D. Blue 5 ' ,V D. Blue 1' X 4' gi g ' ' Q J. Boccieri , 1 j Aix D 5 M, Bowser 'B D. Brammer 5' J. Breedlove 'T .Lg M. Brewer l 5 ' , P. Brink i S. Brown X gf F V. Burkholder In A . 1. X 'if iJ. Corsale CV. Pres.J, M. Lucas fTreas.J, T. Stringer fSec.J, E. Schmidt tPres.J 1 lddie the sophomore finally gets his class ring. He could have sworn e ordered a blue one. He didn't even know they had powder puff pink F a color he could have chosen. Gee! Did his finger grow that much 'nce the time he put the ring on? Now it won't come off. He finally ets the color blue he wanted on his finger. He wonders if only four lngers will hinder him in Drivers' Ed. Eddie was lucky. He could have roken that finger too, Calong with the rest of his bonesj in the accident. le didn't even see that building. It must have been hiding behind all lose people and the tree he rn into. 1 M215 - P 11' m F I 1 -4 B. Calderone " T. Callihan L. D. Calvin B. Capogreco L. Carter ,ig B. chaiker fl f 3 :gig uk' V , fm ' J J. Chase I' gf J. Chismark . . V .ai ' T. Chito H. Cigolle !1l""'J QW f , A 'N K L 8 08 08' 08 8. 0 8. 'O 08 0 '0 08 08 '0 8 08 8 '0 '0 08 08" VJ o 'U :r o B o 'i ID UI ..- 'JI xl C. Clark E. Cleary , . T. Cobern J V J. Coleman A my J J. Columbo X. ' 95414 r 4 L. " n X Q.- 4 .. ..- , , xx. ,K if Q as V x - .. '-2 '35, A 4 L ji , ,Q M. Comichisto ' xx 52 , X ' .1 . . P. Constantino it li. Xi 3 L 'gl ?ll 5 V. :H 5,- D. Corsale f ,A Ng. ' w g F in J. Corsale ,R HL as 4, A 3. 5 "' M T, Corsale J il, X ig ll A my if' ' T 'L L. Costantini gb? . if-'Q-A h --K- V ' ' L. Courtney . - kk Ng, J. Criscione X , u ,5 , 4 Q J. Curto X :Af vi h X X Q 13 C. Daugherty Ny. A .EL D. Davies V . SUPER .8 . . .Q. N- -1? ,Six V -"4. 3, xl :' ll ' , IZ gt- AQ? , 5. 3 i -vi-ggi. X J. Delbene D. Delisio in T. Dell I J. DiTunno 33 'Q 'Exif fi S. Dixon x if T. Draves V N. Drazic T. Dutting V L h -- L. Emery L- is M. Ezzo I ' L y - J. Firment - N' V A 4 F. Fisher . V b ' fri, M. Flaviani A f7N g ' X , 'fi A 'l J. C. Forte 'W , B , H s J. Franko . 6.2 l 58 Sophomores I A., sa. f :dx ,mv 144095 1 N,-,,f!. , xg. K , Q4 r .xg BI A n u ,Q -4. X A., 04,94 . A ix ii . 'Q 4 5 f . . ' l P, -.A f 3 . 1 el' ll ' . "" J '. : x Ni .TF OPI-IOMORES 16' ' sf. x 1-. '35, . sf M 1 XM. . , wg 'Q Q Q xi I viva, . T A - lj , X aww J - f 4 Y ga , 4 4 J J -. 'TLV' K Q N- . N". J 4 J ,4, Q v' , f 1 . X15 1 - J., 4-v an .., , .. V Q ' saw. I f' J' 5 l X , , -I. . . .,,.Tju.:.:': , +1 A evv H Q ai in Q' D rf . S. Janiu A' kv 1 ,. in ,f J 3-?'fr R. Franko W. Frye K. Fynes R. Gibson R. Glass D. Goodwin D. Gori K. Gravante B. Greathouse J. Greaver D. Griffey E. Grosbeck J. Grumley S. Guarino R. Guido J. Guy J. Guyer K. Hagens L. Hake R. Hake J. Hammerschmidt Hart Hart Hepfner Hodge Hogan Holmes Hoover Hovanec N. Hutzler Sophomores WE LOOKED J. Johnson R. Johnston K. Jones M. Jones V T. Jones 2 ---' K. Jornigan ' . XV V V 4' ii , Q g inline E. 4. E D. Katchmer L. Kawecki fd L. Kelly VV K x 2 T. Killin D. Kincaid M. King I A L. Klenirch fl ' . V Q V ' R. Kneppef J . V . . L G. Kolenich , ,V V V Z' 57' V . V V if.-ff . " , M- Kolic J 15' 5' '.., mf? . ly' J l- D, Kovach .. J Ni is K 1 U' ii L. Kowalczuk M ,ff ' ' 1 4 ' J N 't ,lx . N5 i 39 , me Q e if fn .. 0 '5 0 4,4 V 1 1 4 4 -4 rv ,Q ' -,f S 1 Q X' I C. Lamm L. Lehner H. Lipinski M. Lucas . V V 1 ,-,.. V4 ., G. Maderitz ' V J L. Maiorana , , J .M VV J. Maloy ' " gVV Z VA' ' N - R. Markowitz V . 1 M . 1 ,, '.V, sa.. K. Martin V , J M. Masich A on V' A' F' '8 'WT if ir A '7 H' R. Mayfield V. VV wg. J 45, A A G. McGinnis XX.. ' ,qi J' ,if f will V., 'V .V xf P. McNicholas 'iii ' J K V L ' i ' J - I A. Mehle V X 'if .. f,' I X .-... . if 4 -. sr--, . - .5 160 Sophomores 1 'ro oun TUBE 4 gy 6 Q . .- V' wg W . x ,V,. Q 1 C, , X Nnrfx 'Q 11 'Ql'g . 1.- I ,. ' 1 gyezzvf -Q if X '1 ar tg. X X C 'jf' . ,. I fm? l 5 .iz 'J .IW-t M T. Mihalick M. Mikolaj K. Mitchell R. Mohn L. Moliterno C. Moore D. Mozzillo T. Murray C. Niemczura J. Nitzsky R. Nitzsky D. Olson J. O'Neill J. Paolone K. Parrillo B. Patterson R. Pavlak P. Pazillo M. Poling D. Powers H. Pruneski F. Ragozzine R. Raidel N. Reedy J. Rees M. Repasky C. Revella C. Richards . Rickard . Riggleman . Romane . Ruscitti . Satterlee Savric Sophomores 161 WITH .u, vi M. Scarneochia J. Schilling . I ' W ' - Q 9 Tx J 5,61 .jj 'Q344'-,., rf' 4 n' 2 'A Z2 '4- - i 1 i 1 K. K K J. Schilling m -, 1 'H E. Schmidt . Xa A A Q -.1 I' f 18' B I I L Y M. Dedinger 5 D. Seidler I. Seidler A M. Sforza fir, M J. Sheldon si - -05 3' T. Sheldon S ""' J ' L. Shenkle E kia Q s I . N' 91: ' f Qt ef 'J 'Us N. Sherock J . .it LW R. Slegel ' ,,. tt 5 Q, D. Sigley f dw gf S3 L. struck if ' J N . f M. Smith f J. Scrvillo P. Stetson D. Stevens -v' J. Stokan MA R. Stonebraker I. Straser . T. Stringer M H W" W ' 162 Sophomores 441 I cs. X, Q x "t I -.. 'fi . A -if . 2-f5': X? I 4. 7 , 1 -7f c. ' F A C. Sweitzer B. Taafe C. Tascione F. Tascione if ,, M. Tatum 4 7, XT" T. Taylor .lx f 4. , . 1.2-f ' - '-"" -5 ,, Y ,, , , 4' -4 Aw l W T. Taylor A Q 4' X. J. Terzo U lp-'W' K. Thomas . ' if , 4 , E V. Thompson ' , ' , --.N X - 4:1 ,W L. Thorpe ' xiii ,rflrg 'af' - f. xx 13- I F. Tillery , iw , 5if ,fv.xZ 119. , f X25 v E, ffl T 1 1 L. Tomlin . - ..i. qu if ' T. A. Vellucci 4 ' L. Vigorito ' M. Vince 'V 9' S. Vinod, . 'l B. vivo , N 'u x W. Walker A J,QgL,,gq.C'QAf.- D. Wallace -V " 1 ' D. Walpole Q V, R. Walters if - ' 'Q W J. Watters Q- 2 .ag 91 1 432 ' 1- W' 1 .W l K I x. " 'V 5.1: v rs -1 fx X I , y - -+4 N, , .g ' . 47' A J' K 'Fr f ' 'S' . 'J 1 , , -A -"" ' X Al.:---+ rwo YE RS T0 GO... 4. 4 7 - 3-3,1 D. Weitzman iff' V D. Wilkeson J. Williams 1 J. Wilson A P. Wilson T. Wimer " R. Woodford - A, L. Workman 1 .. . ,. D. Wright S. Zirafi I' T. Zuppo Sophomores I 63 JU IDRS X w:,jgQ Mar i fi ? X ---,y- M ddie can't wait. He finally gets to go to prom this ar. The class raised money by sponsoring an visible man look alike contest. It was a 'emendous success. They didn't see anyone show . Eddie can afford prom now. He just made a plling on elevator tickets and bathroom passes he bld tothe eighth graders. He asked his best girlfflj lt Betty Sue. She's more than enough girl for hyone. Maybe better luck next year, Eddie... Norman QV. Pres.J, J. Brandenstein 1Pres.J, M. Bartlomain I'reas.J, E. Davey QSec.J F' If ' l ' I F. .ff ,A 2 J ' 1,15- 5 , f A :-rf: 'f-:main H-QQXr't j ' J. Acienno L. Airhart , . . in - ' M. Andrews R.w5'rX, Q Nm - 61" "" f 1 . -t il -N f F 'V " ri! f f V 4 - ' J v J. Augustine .fx 'gi D. Baer T ' W sg M. Bartlomain J J -'i' it I 'Y . .Q . , 52' -fx.-5'i,nl . ' 'Q :Z Q as 1 l A' in 4 R. Battaglia ' ., - fe, B. Bell 4 K J. Berezo .V is A Q' , W ' I EJ ' N 0 1 Z ' . FV" B " T. Blanton .Mfg 1 w -Q i J. Bloom X, A 1 N U , :A V. Boccieri 1. , . oh j 4 J 'A X 'K ' 'Y - T. Bokry D T. Boserman , E. Brahler we 1 l . ' 5: ff ' B-J V Is! -Tw 1, . W ,.s.A 1 ,K J. Brandensteln . - 25 J. Breeze ' 2 ' , . J. Breeze P. Brown R. Brown T. Brown fr, . --.2 '! A. Buonavolonta F. Buonavolonta SS" H. Burkholder - . F v f I4 . ..., ' 7 ..' f ' ' - f M 4 ff J M. Calderone J. Capogreco M. Capogreco M. Cardiero D. Cernich L. Channell 6L 6L 6L 6L 6L 6L 6L 6L- 6L- 6L 6L 6L 6L 6L 6L 6L L. -6 6L 6L G1 1: E o - fl! E KI! K. Chapman M. Christy A. Cleary T. Colbern L. Collins G. Cornell L. Cornman A. Corsale R. Corsale S. Costarella J. Courtney D. Crank J. Cretella C Crites D Cunningham C Curry K Daniels E. Davey M. David A Davies J. Davis M. Davis S. Delbene C DePasquale D Depillo S. D'Errico D DiPiero B. Dodson T. Doran 166 Juniors . f,L!,,,n H 1 ' li k"-, l Rv " -2? ' tv tire: .H I s A :' v I 2 . is-V42 vw Ni? S . ,al 'W ,I is ' ' ' , ' J ff 9 J f ,,., -1 V 3 Q , rx 4 l X1 i 1. 'jaw 9 R A l V v Liga! X J AZZY JU IDRS 4 -'ll ' . xv 1 f Q t. X , a' X l L if f ' rg! D i Girl I an Q 'ff . qi "' l E t -2 A i fl 'vb' W if In in 'gf 5. 6 i f GJ "gui Q - , A I A I ' - ,fn gg 4 fi F 6 EH G . 'L' J H Y 13 -ale! Elf, e l - . F s at ,ff i i'Al..t...iuta, l A V, ,Rx I A l'liXlilL'. Villli' f 490 J 'fig' A , NK, Q 1 I QQ. it - 1- ' N -r ,I tl, i ts Q f - .WIC flff mi.. F w F gaflfaf' , ' u , . . - "L w v E 5 l 1 f Ali if fl I 7 1 A at ' 5 fx' rl vi N L' 'Ll' - 'V f E ri. - A' A Esposito Estes Evans Ezzo Fabian Fagundes . Ferrell . Fitch Florjancic Foty . Franklin Frease Fritz Gallo Garber Gibson Gilpin Glass Gori Graziano Green Green Griggs Haydu Hecker Hewitt Hoover Hughes lsenberg Johnson Juniors 167 J. Johnson L. Johnson F. Johntony R. Johntony C. Jones K. Jones K. Jorza D. Kaczmark G. Karabin J. Kaso Y. Kass S. Kempe R. Kihm B. Klink K. Klink L. Kobal E. Kristanc T. Kuneli K. Kuzman S. Lambert C. Leskovec L. Leskovec L. Machingo P. Magill N. Maiorana T. Maiorana 168 Juniors -iz. . -c , X .I Q' "' If f A: ,. S -B, 1 K , Q ,L A I . Q- X , 0 -5 w , J x if , :Q ' , Q J 1 W A., ' I L A H53 - 2 ', 1 4, . 'J , A' ,Q jk' -M -p ' . K , U 'V v "L , ' qv! ,"','., Z' I nw-. . I K R3 1 V I ,gk I ,W M , 'Z7' -1:9 1. v 'fag 1 L5 'JS -A f. ' -92 1 1 ,fx X' of - 4 2 1 -J X LEM., A .f .,-Q qu "sq: Y J 7 'v. fs -:il :V .mtv N. gg," D. Mancini J. Manenti P. Mayoras A 43 K , P K . A D. McClellan . ,Q I .K X --- D. McGowan ' ft if 'mix G. McLean a vi 'ii - " .' A 'K 1 Y or A K 6 R J A M. McNicholas J QE' A ff Effiifalf ' ffl XY L , . l el' , ,,, f J-4-F 1 we J N, C. Mislai ,by . ' , K. Monico Z, V4 ' ' - M. Mooney y , if - ' ,J M. Moore . H' . G. Mrofchak ' fjx M H, C. Muffley A ff ' X' 9, D. Myers I -9 X 5 ix .a f. r I 31' ' ' ' ,Ay J K. Nay ' A 2, V r ,A 4 T. Nickels 4' 'ff ni X . 3 3 J. Norman . . li. '3' -Gy ' Q B. Norman . . Y if D 'Ni . 555+ X, ' Q.. K. O'Brien ' ' .lf ty? A Q4 ' X WI?-1 A X fr" ,H M. O'Brien ' X'-,N V -' I 'X . f 52-,4 D. O'Connell L : M. O'Hara i fi, Q- A R. Palmer , ' " S, L. Paolone l , 1 3 L9 G. Paronish J x Wx ' J, J. Patrick A jy L. Patterson , 3 K J R. Penza ' E 4, ' ' In f wk J. Picierro i A V - K. Platenak ' - -. A. Ponzio . I, gf s B. Pozega ' ,A y VV -me 11 , 'fi B. Price ' ,D N +g -.ff,f.iiN 36- .41 T. Pruneskr - 'fzs.afEz N' B- Rem Juniors 169 170 Juniors L. Revella A. Richardson H. Roden M. Rogers D. Rossi J. Sajewich P. Sarra M. Satterlee D. Sayers J. Schenker R. Schnarrs D. Schuyler V. Senk S. Siegel M. Simeone M. Slovasky B. Smaltz C. Smith M. Smith M. Sotirovich J. Standohar D. Stevens B. Stringer K. Strong WITH X-f ff" X. Z' ,fe ,, Q A I M L Ia- 'W 44-'DSS .3 ' in . ' Y ' 4 w it V , . ,, . . S X 11 ,i ' ILP, sk. MK 2 '7 ' Z .ii i X , .A ia 'fx Ak, gy, A ijv . etff N ' M, ' ----- f J Wi it " !i 4" Qii A Y A ' D X' 4' 1 in Nl? f J N 1 4 95 4:9 f J M i i W x i J F x X : jk Yi ' if f . , , I 5 . H: f R lf-i t , W' , Qs M , . . ,U 3 b h . '-V, A A F4 .N l.V. . X 1 V X. . , -5- i iii if if ' S S ., - if S tr HI -3,1 f: 2 W- 1 rv M. Wagner B. Williams C. Williams C. Wolf L. Yanniello B. Yeager D. Yeagley J. Yotsnukis D. Yourstowsky J. Zelen L. Zeolla J. Zuppo F D. Tatum at J. Taylor '-3, 57' J. Thomas A V. 165 P' b L. Thou 'Q iw Q 4 - ' x 1 3 36 ' IW 4--i. -uf' 4' 1 A M. Tomko 'F -..- T' 'w T D. T b k ig . P. Vgzss.. 1, '- .-- 5 ' if .f , g-'la A. vigomo ii P ' , V' ' A J., A f M. Vince Hill!!! if . -A : ' .i f ,' 35 la' I i- ' l J:-Q M M! me - 'Wy ' f ff . J ' .fi ' J' x H J " Mfr J ' J in A J , , A 9,f' l ONE YE R T0 GO... i l Juniors 171 5 U' 1 1 if f X X , P '. 1 4 'III 7 if 'C . 'x . T .A , 1 1 I . L iWv'?,,ir 'M ft 0 o Q vw aw, JQWW3 .wx-. A W,- Wmwwiaf Q Q ,'0X?.!+,' W Nt? W2 Qty? 'Qtff' ' 1 7a+0o3:'Q33?fi,.N+ :Wh .ivfvewie 'NWNQYNAW' 3 s ONIQQSQQ-5'gQi5N'N4, , Aumy 30839 ng oe Aomiwlq, gig sa NA, 4. I+ .qi . N xdlkgx 1. n J QT' ! I . No 'A 'I , In xx ' . .11 J ri' - x .1 E,-Q 5.35, W J 4 4,-D' ff "1 ks. -fmzii -I 1 .- n Q -I Se' WV , ' 1 . , '-L: xn I . Q if a ' - I sch - ' ' N ' 0 X ' f A v , 1 A- , , ,J 'X it , 5 ' 5 1 I K X '1 4, I . ' . , ff' 1 ' -' , W S r 5 5 X W , w if l 4.. OUR SE IOR YEA of fl . u':g'tj'3f'i?41- 75? Michael .loscph Adovasio Mary Ellen Agua . Q I 4 . . 1 , W , I I V ., V, CQ, , , . ' ' A , V, ,Fi -ff -2... K 5, . X aw ,Lai CLASS OFFICERS: il-rj P. O'Ncill LPholo.J, C. Dcmus QCorr. Scc.J. S. Pruncski QPrcs.l, S. Johnson LV. Prcs.j, M. A. Scidlcr fTrcus.j, CENTER: T. Russcll lRcc. Scc,J Laurie Airharr 't Laura JO Allier l Charles "Arkie" Arquilla 174 seniors Cynthia Lynn Aston Thomas R. Babik AS FILLED Christine Marie Bain Alicia Lena Barba Ui Ron Banish Rich Banyots X fx 1 i xi ' n -:i 3 e Y 'i , f , 1 f S' 'fa , 2 ' ,N Q . n if ly . v X , L. , , S ff' , , , xx :mg 1, EY U get A wxytitl z :J ,f gf ffwh, my if- i ' A - i i . B X. If xx fl - A xX Debbie Barnard Judith Elaine Barnes Z1- if - i f H- . ' E E i . M - 1 ixiwbiz l N I, LW i A 3 . 1 - 1. A ,N N 4 ' X ' . S-5 fi fe Q- '- A 'f A . , - . . - .x., 1 , J 4 4. K J i .4 - ' I ' . , D i Q' x we - -3, 1 4. x i 4- f " ' 1., heist . ,-1 3 lp "' 2' .z- ' V L , ,N ' i 4 I ' ' A , x I F2 Y , ' in I ina X ,Viz x N 1 A" . ' A 1 r"" 1 1 W I . 'Q-f ' ""' -,E I , , - 1, f .il , B W- 1 I, ff., . 'Q - fl . A A2162 ,' ' fl X. ,W " we 'H - .- ' ' e fi' C ,ur ' . J A -f X . ig, :K - . N. N Lu-.T , N V 0 . ' ' . ' 1 '-1 - - f f 'N " X ' K ,' -x 49 'J . ' Hia ' f 'J I' Q ' .xi- ' L ,xg ' ,A ' ,,"i!1' 1 ' ' - i ' ' ' X- QTL 'C P ' ,, ,,.. X4 W wi 1+ 'L f .- L... -1,'jf'q L , - fe 1 i-ffef i ' ' . Q! ' 1 ,f:-w1i55f-m..,,,v.,-pizza- ,Aa i , , , n I at -:V Y. d I ' -5 'ajij' 1ff"'1Pf'P'ri'1J " iqlg' "fs" 'x.eiji- '-5' ' . , 'AQ :J 5- 3 1 ' -f':J-2:5 7 ' , 'IP ' 5, su:- ' e 'rf ur -:Z:,if'tF?i,r1E''fry-:sg-fri.. Jim. 5 ',:f1'::.+-x: . iw- Svnwrs 175 ' : ' w- fgnim- ..1::"iii:-Pbfgsfflgi.","f""-ififf- ,-.L '-'iJl"Ti"'-.V ,'.L-54 '- T' 'fzieflzfbx-7 Lfffffz? ' dg'lRv"'i'Ai-'Hi 'nf ,WG-"!f!!'feE--.- -1'5" ' iw'-"fi 'i 5" 'H' ' ' 1 v". .- X' if 2 ' ffffc? 'ikfgfiiif?-?if2'f'g7i,f1:''- 3 E237--f?i:i'f'-'f ,-1'-'9'.Q:'f'f'F-':"4'i r.:: 'F qvfqzxg-yi wti"f1' f "ia Qi' I gil" , Y ' V' ,. f- N i,-z.,-My-fv,,'f.a-.,' . . Q N, .V Q K1 . WITH MIXED EMOTIONS Kytym- ,.--... .,l., g Y . L 1 -Q f Q wi 1 i I x 5' 5 E+? if ? i 33 1 , r i ., is f i A up H 12' x if 2 ,if fs. L: ., J ff f 5 1 L e 'S 'N' I gf 155 M i 4 ff fe .v wg 1 15 wg firm F A Q , ' , Q, 'W Dan "Barney" Barninger Dennis Miehael Bartels Vincent Joseph Bartlomain , .. ve N, , i ' ,, . JH' g . W ,V e Q ,. I - , . 1? ff iam,+f-ff., V A f 4 Qe" in .4 - J , e M gm. M Q 25? .F fy? if "Sy-f-f,'y gem V f f -. 331 1 9 ' ' new . - , 'TT'T'f'5' ,i 1- sw? , - aa -.me g i:y3v'31m"-' ogxfe ., .,V- M xihege- Q 1 . wa :sg V-.Mew X ', 1 1.aw'i.f. -- we ,S . , eff fs Vibflif al ie! ' . .. ,isfgi -:Fff1'1P'fzf4 " 4 21:55 ,. 1' ' I f? 1 gl : ii : , 1 A 'T , ' -Q W ,.E"i1g J N il' E ?r 3 K 5' 1 , ' 3 I A -.-- - V , ,, . '.. ' P' we seniors Manuel Batista M. Rebecca Lee Bispeck James Bogatay 'gif rv s!N :Na 'n"w we ,ai Mi AN Kwik vi Rx' Z "ilk, Ang. , , 'QL 1 .-L J, Y . N 4. fb, W., . '. 49... J '. 7 ' 4,4 1 4 I f ' Q 1- , f ras: ' . , Sl o , If -Li-' N " L " ' iq, ',,,. Q . - w "' ,, 4 n. t -J .- - .1 ., ,. "1 ' .5 , A -.. J' JV QNX ax - e , X .,, ,I , 5 -54 3 'r - fn' A . 'B .-Lx xl ilfqtgikg- 1' .. , ' 'v '- ' v , , Q . 4 2-.:+. u - 1. - " " nw ' -5.5 lwv "' 2 '-E ' iw ., iff W. : J . N Janet Louise Bogatay James Breedlove Ray Edward Brown . Marylynn Callard WE WERE GLAD Jayne Caputo Joyce Norene Carney Seniors: I 77 TH T WE WERE BLE T0 G0 ' A, ' I V, 4. -.., K 4, ' 144-3 I, . ' I 2. ! fffig-5 . ',,' x N b EQ I R Q I F - r -- V .a K R , A 1 5 W- ' , ' f QSXJQQ , :sf -E: ' S-51 PN. 1 E John Joseph Chico Christine Marie Cigolle f 'il , f' " 1 ,gf lf.-fm ...daf- Xu 'X E , M. ff, E.-ff 1 E .1 .f : - 5 ,- ' W? .F , h 5 V. r W. M A at , ' A , 31 1" , V 4' 'A'-1 llqv, ,TQVN at j it , ' A gCAQ1'I4+Nxi ' ' J FS .. 'f n h,, A ' -CW 4 Nrfjy L . xl XJR 'Q i V ,. Qi ' 1 , 12 . 1 as eww- l ,A rx swim Mary Kathryn flcary Cfimiuy C low Charles l'dvx.ud 1 -nncll l l Mark A. Cornman Diana Lynn Corsalc Orlando Corsale I, - . . L S,:,:x:wT-sv ' -' Ii fr :E , N Y' :i "' sf' it A I Q ,i ,bi , 5 ' 'A" Q 2? .f . of W- 1 ,J y' 5' 4 l 4 1, , lr ,lf X , i ' fr if s W.. . f N F M I 3 dv V by fw,f"i:?. V Philip M. Cortell LOH21 LCC Cramer YU5 ' 1 J X gk 'ji 'S i E i I i 1 Bucky I vnn K rank Nflichclc Mzlry Criscione i i i I OUR OW Seniors I79 AN SAD, RE LIZING Mary Jo Crish l J ,f?Q?N,f J J 1 A is gi , V fb . ii" ?igif,:i 5 H' hh Ll A :nga f ' , 1-'V g - J, f QQX JQQ QEE J iaal ' J Sally Ann Danlgo William J. Daugherty Jr. l ii J i 1 J l 2 3 ,..:'5f: 'J 3, uso seniors Roberta Lee Davey Anthony David Decello Jr. James Thomas DelBene Carol Ann Demas John M. DeRose Terrance Edward Devereaux Lisa Ann Dietz Joyce K. Dillon ,gr DQSMAFTER on nu TIQM WE W0 Y LD MISS SOME W , Teresa Ann Marie Doran Shari Draves Kathy J. Duncan 'WE' .-1: I' -gk WW P? Q.i"'.."g- I K I err-rf? yl fg f , ., iiifi I M fyfjw Y. -154 52. Ng ,' ' Y- f ' ,wgif ' A. Y, ri ' S ' :fi S n, S. 5"j!s A S hx Vi w 1 . ' A4 Q AV ,wr It F'r'5aJQ": .4' Z ' ' .,-V 1 X. Aff!" .S X X P N S,n 1 ,1 W,4.,W lwbxg , , Yu' ' , ,jf A V V S xx f ' L. , A ,457 ! K V A 4n-r , " -,W 4,5 Q nsz Seniors Tammy Dutting , Michael F. Dzeda Gerald A. Emery fs , v ,IIC l., if "3','N gg '. Q ' JHHL l . L I 1 f l l if l A 'Qi v In 'D Q I v ft' f .lil Y I I , , I ,Leg A If it v ir' 'rash' ! gg. 105- we' '!""'?' 1 ,V x ,,-v,',,LA ..,-. J ,n 5 , fitlif ,. V, r. .i.-., , - .1-. , . Edwin A. Esten V 5' l 7 'Miz-. F F A-'A' ' rf . wh H 215241, y F ,Q 4 W t A S , 7 X nl' ' A Y AJ dlflkxr Ago -.ffl l KI x 2, -ff' ' l , AA 1? ' QE ,-, 3-,.....1. e NX llltf L , K XS iw-ly" is 8 l 1 ff V-- ., xr -be x., - ff vi fi x-1 r 'Qin 'F'.:"9K -'ga "f q-T 7, '-' ' r. 'ra . , 'f Q Zfixx, i fi -"QW : f fri, 3 .:1,rir Hi' 'Y 4 r ' 71 2 1. I A 9 I 1 A M 'fit 1' f at ' f ' wx W N 0 'V 1- 1 ' 1 . 'ff 1' ln! T Q L 1' N Stella Esposito Karen Patricia Louise Ferrell Kimberly Finney Cheryl Flaviani Donna Jean Fleming Dave Forte OF OUR LONG TIME'FRIE Seniors 183 WE H n JLo'r or soon 'rim-:s f Guy J. Gianetti Tammy Jo Grantz Ralph A. Griffiths Linda Darlene Hahn I84 seniors Harold J. Hake Mila Jean Harkabus Holly Ann Haydu David Hill V Lori Hill I Bill Hochadel Alycia L. Holmes l John Edward Homula - Dave "Monkey" Hoover Seniors 185 ,J lx . , . M ...--1 w 1 5. Q .., , -WM 2 5 f M . ' 1 1 "' K, t Us L X ,113 , 3, I e qw.. f ks 1 -, 1 -, ' wwf. if X J '5 xi 9 . . .Q t ,Z Q jg . I Q 2 3, ZH 3 X , , Qc ...M me I ' 0 .F if J R 4 . Robert Hudson ": : ' 1 ' J, i F V " J Rex Johnson J Denise Johntony Dolores J. Jones a J Q or S , , r r sf 1 1 1 ' if -fi? I ,13 A, If ,mf y MILL K rj. J ' ' ts wtwgg V lx iff . , 3 H . ,raaoegrf- ,il i f -J' gi 1 s wt . t , A 'Z j I XA N 1, Q :gm 1? '41 i ,fs 3 t ff J t ,1. 3 it WAX wr' -, S t t in . M .-li , 2 4 w nz- 4 19 1 1 J' J " 'Z JJ 1 4. ,ff I X X 1 , ' X a Mark Jeswuld .,-...... , ' ...- udglzzo 1 1k"x4Q?1. ' Xu. ' an 'mmm' 2 ' ff 1 L 1 an J 5 vt My W2 J f 5 - sl J 4 REA x J Q' 5 Q 3 li ' f ,sf 1 f dx 5 " .1 t x i2k3:EsX,..1...., .'k'4p Q ' Pd. 1 . W, In it -:L ag, gs-5, ywtnrn a rv Q WK, S z Q, X 1 in 4.4, Q' 4 'f-, of H v' , Steven Joseph "Nut" Johnson? Vw WM-if 'keg ez 2 ,MSW 5' 535,45 sf: 1 1413- 'Jie K ' as ' ' fi fffflsgfffwllzx' Jw -Q 5-f,f:esnf:f1fi?'r' - - rt, ..t X . iffy: fifgi5ffc'5I3g?S3SEip , V ft I ., . - '1-P :-.ff Q, f- on . ., . ,Q-, 1- " , i 1K ,1' d,, 5 Sfffffi-. ft-ui ft. f ' 1 twig ' .v ,.1,,.., ,it -5-.15 as ,ggfv . 'tux ' if jtffsfa ' W: . rig:-,L,,ri-55,53 93.3, fs , , 1 . a -iff ff zf N. ' --5? J' ,357 'fr Q Jigs-L 44425 ,, ,sf ,M P A ' - Eggs, 2 w , mfwgaf ' :A-', Q " .tzf'1,fi.-rv , , .. ,W .,. L, 'X fiwyfe - 7 X, r-,:55f,It as 1" ?'?9P' -vw' -Qfiiysg, 5, , - Walter Kenner SOME DISAPPOI TME TS 186 Seniors 8' ml ,Xu f iQ 'Q P , i....:. -,... q A I fs-T .,.. , inf ' I AND DEFEATS , -Fifi: .. . a,a 1 - , -YQ Q x - 9 1 g. L 5 , . ,l v Q- V Q .A A .fx-EN 4.1 4- gy., - , 2 ' . V . ' . ll ' N .E-J.-'. 1 ' . w ,, ..e', h. if .V Ng, . . we ' Q- I l H f o 1 I ' 45 -A AZ A .Q I wx ,. ,7l',. -.. f . fir ,' YQ, I4 f -, if-, " ' .. x. ' 0. I '31 Dave Kermec Ruth Ann Kincaid l , 1' .1 ,. 4 ,S , 6 , f , . 5 fix A: T 'Y 5-X . W ' "AF 4 Q 1. ' f 3 1 - A Y L. .Qi ,V 4 . H ' X ,ssl-1 ., 4 4 'e - 'M N lj H M ff 'X . . 1 X 1 ffl , 'H ' N '- '-5,1 1 "ire, i I KY I '? .iii . "f 3 ' r" il . ul'-ig H .ij A aa w if-225 4 In if .V A 'nbb ' -. fl , '. 5:1 .-Q ,', X. w -W.,a:'il 6? h K, riryrlr' l S . W xllxfili ' ,,.,k X 2 3 'K qy. RA X. Vixbvtt Carol King Brian Kolenich , l Thomas Steven Kolic Colleen Elizabeth Kucynski Seniors l87 188 Seniors IT WOULD EVER BE Greg Kulow E W N f' : f . ' 5 ,. 1' ' - if ."' V: gr O Walter Terrance Lake Randy Laughlin John F. Leskovec E ' '-,- f - Q' r aw .filexg ar 4, ,r r Jean Louise Lockaton Elizabeth A. Lott Ruth Anne Lgvitz I ' 3 1 P-ya' L: 'x r ,, .5 1 , 1':,. 1 Q., , To 7' ' V: -. ' - J. 4 I ff s 1 n 4, U' Q 1 ll I " 1- un 5 1 " nu In g 6: 'Fu X 1 , -.. ' E ' ,. fn u f ' ' " . ."' Z!! 1-,kv ' .- ff. K -wen pu -ii ii Q ' . '. ,,x xxx 13 ' E :ii ' -il - f -M" .111 1 ,., ,,' ' ' f f " N I is fs. 51555355 N , , ,' ' ' 1 -A ' nl I :ii ' ... . ' wiv - ,. I -., lu A .. f' . 1 3,1 11.-url. -4, , X , 1. .,. ..- U -... .J I I , .,- ,-, -X 'nu Ill ur jf' ix iff' Y, , 'Q 1. " I f N 1. .b . ,, X ., X 'I 2 ?l . xv -,,r I f Angela Marie QLukeJ Peter Stephen Lucic Veronica Lynn Macek Lucarielli dv Q' 1, l 3 4, v Y s J , 4 ., , 1 GF? 5 xg .X i f . , , 2 I 35:51, ' L ' . 'PQ . 15:1 . N Renee Marie Machingo James J. Maderitz Tim Maderitz ' r ,,,.xfQi 'E if-X, r V ' . .aw ' r E -- .L f w , 'N .aim ' ' " :Q fri E . ' Q A3 in ' 1 H ,Y .L a Q. wr fff E .r x ' fy' ' i 'fi ,xx GI? -- ,.... N - E . . ' QUITE THE SAME Teresa "Tc-:rrli7' . Marie Maiorana Seniors l89 THE WORLD HE Elaine Marie Mancini 190 seniors Sean E. Martin Joann Marcarello mm 2 'L nf ti .t n f M M if an iiai M qi Tammy Lynn Martin M air' N if 'f ,-.i ,YNV n Nancy Markowitz y gf-, .Q r , ' 'A A 51 gl 'M i 'Si ,Wi Eff 1 .f fl if ' ' J ,Q 4. f ' 1,0 45' 1 1 ,wr 1? It , qw , iz x 4, .... , , Ay r ww Y' 'AM . r 1' qi? xl l , by ?..-N , -.sf f -----s... N' xx ,,' .....,,,-w,,,,.,. ,, aw...-f 1- x X , ag ,K A hi 'Y 'VP E x if 17353: ig K r 1 Aw E H K ik JE V 1 L, X 4 Z: , if , 'la f w' bu r Margaret K. Maynard LOOKED BIG Dinccn Madiline Mazza Virginia McGinnis Kevin McGowan Robin M. Meckes' Alan H.Michacl Seniors I9l E W0 DERED w Mike "Too Tall" Mikulich , I ' i '3.F,'2 ' 5 f .1 3, fy' -.,,xJyfrr . 'fb ,Q , ,M ,ix ,V 4, ,Aix ,ply . Q. . . 1 ,Y 4 , ' 515 , i 3- f X in wi .M 5, rn Y gm. af' A 5 z " , i,-5 J -. W I L1 Q if X sg- AJ v ?v ii: l 'lei Y 92 'ep 53 JP' :fa . "fag fe: ':,.--152 P Q: 5 Zorica Miletic Kathleen -Lou Miller A Www fi' fa sw? "Vw m f VYWP" V52 Y tv 3, fr- H 192 Seniors Karen Michelle Moderalli Dennis Mohn f John Mislai Mary Monahan WH T OUR FUTURE Steve Morgan Karen Mozzillo 5:4 A A. Y U ' 1 ' be Hr' -. . 'f Q- f " fr ' " -I' - M in 3 fr t . - Q V my ' 2, -K '15, F. uf". 'l5Lr,x.'i' A 1 , Chuck Mooney x' 'M .4 ...ar -, ' ""'M' '41 ' - , , V152 " 'Q ' ' . 4 9-t k ...TT , is : ,,.1 I , i 1 ,Wy 'N-"rf 4. S f I Gordon J. Murray if-., nn.. A,.,, N, no Q 'W' WNW' .grin-L.. Llif M ' 1:51 ' Seniors 193 HELD IN STORE . f-1 .Li-if F71 fi- .f rf. A ,vw 18' "ui ,JY Joy Arlene Miishrush ' V : ., 31, N :. ., I v -1... ,w Ex ,, A Q H N y - QW, ' gr A X G32 "je, HL , If , 'N ' 3 fm ,, 4 -W an , K w"LfH M A+ 1 Q' 3 - 72, V' , is ' tv frm ,. W qkgvww X I W ,Q www, " Nu-an - N...--Y M W , Michael Neskovich - 114 ,fgrfgyf , t' , :f3.r:,'ii i I T 1 .e Aee e. , 1 3 .Q ' f 5 :f..a.... ' , . ' '1i" - ,I Kyr. I 1:1 K fwmw.. 221 , 0 1 if AV' iff y 1' 'ning 2 e . 1 fs- f' I ' .." Jr?" 1.--E ' 'mia-ii x r , in ' 'f,uQlaZi3??i: A 'f i 5. Q ,E.-fQ6u23 -. V-Ir . e fair -, ,ifjfi 1 ' in r g , Ar s: . i Timothy E. O'Brien 551 n"?"" '11-41?-S s WL 1-N'QA.'1 K M ii 5 '-56? x .r sr WS fx .sax ei ri Y' me'Wif.i,fvf' vm fi' -I - X, . ' 'fr :. L, 'fl,.fEs. V' N 1 .-'ri .Li-fi, ff r L 45Mkg1U,.:VJV we f WL. - ,ra V L, 171:33 f, 4- N- Iliff' f, 55: , ,K 1 H1 A ' ' ' . gnlifrg , ' ', - f'fa,5f 1 ' in Tigskng . . 4 ., fi L , I . :iw is 4 ., . 4 , wt . ,, K NL' Tk' -W :., -. , .JF-, A 'jfs Yi-3' ME? Q, V , , , :ff f -, J" -4 liz " 'ff - f H057 A I -'?"-'?"'-vie:-.1 - f' , gi' :Eg is'i.vfw'-.f'1i'15':.-LW? SQ! if 'Eg'-'fiwhfllg V ,- w Q.-.fy .f-yu.: ' i:f,,, ' ' M 9 Tfixii, E' ' "A i awk? L V W W raw. , A amy? , h . ,N me ' '-5.31.-1 -,icgia 45" ,W ,..f" in, , . X., 1. .. ,. Q -zu., t A '- me i wvrw WW -' e. .L...,,, 3-N f. U-,.,,v.v -e ,, In N Q 955. .ami rgwyf, 'ww' I "TMI ' ' U' in M'-'fr ., gf. Mvgfi- .1 ,r-.12':,..,r,y.zgi1l"' if ' 1 ,f -. ,, 19 ,g,. x. ,if ..u...' A -... . Laurie Anne .Pagano 194 Seniors Maureen Ann O,Connell 5 ,. ,f . , 1 i I f k . 1. Wi 5' 3' 2 Y . mf' I ' X- , si 'E' W NY KE vs " kb, W jg? 3 x ixfgig E in if I 21' v if A is " Q Z s' L3 ' gin ,5 1 5' H N., W? X x ' A x , 3 J 2 , , if v, . 1 i ' I Steve Parillo E i 1 1 i I E 1 i r X i Phoebe Lyn O'Neil .5-2 w f Carol Ann Park i 3 ! 'Pa .T sw ,H 5 Q My ff Vg' ,K r I lr Q J 1,4 sn I 1 FS T f E June Poplo Stephen Joseph "Prune" Carl Racketa .1 " ,, 1 cfm ik mr. I96 Sen FTER FOUR YE RS HERE T G. . . Gerald James Ragozine Jeffrey Bryan Raub George Carey R. Reedy I Sue Reinhart I , ,yt J J ...K It T J " i I I I, 1 " Q f J it , f I 0 i, 1 i , 1 ti 5 x, L I . I . X m ,egg ,. ,,.,5 fo.a "' f " .vLL..f' l'ii :sn , Frank J, Regtaino Kristen Lynn Restivo Paul James Rickard Jr. Timothy James Ridge Tom Ridge David Riehl if Q V . . ' V I W ' ,' g- 21.5" i - . - if wmi:evy.5if,.c" f ' 2 f ' , ' i, " ' ' 1 fi-'wt , 2' A if 'iff-' W' ti' , 'f57w?v'1f'. J: lv my V .. J me - A ' ' ,, ' ' ' fff ' i'- ' fr -'Q ' ".1"':,-4 1 . V I A . Timothy James Ritter I WE WERE NUMBER o Seniors I97 9 Joseph MA Y FRIE S A S, G. Rochette f as , s ':5vi.g-:.?Z.f?- -5 N, T53 E Sijyyfik .V ,f Rams. Jw.: A Q 1957 X ,ye-f-U.-M, 198 Seniors Lisa Roe Rowles Simon Joseph Royer f " gal! ,- 1 J i .F Effifff .w..,4 l - i iv Q4 ti" J QV iii so J , o n i I s w. 4 5. S . 3 gg . is 4 'V J mf 1 if 23, A 8, X R no ff' ak ' 'rf . 1 31. iw vi' if A f A, , in , :QQ- 3' ii Nr -A. iii , " " '- M J, ,ii bg, ' 'tr if 1 4 151 , 1. ,. x , ,-Q, 5 i'f . X 4 ,- T 1' i X ' fm xi ' ffx j Y 4 5, ' 1 i' 4 J 'A' s i i f E AR Marilyn Jean Rozzo i X .s,.4,Q. I T iff' . ' ' r f '. ,, 1 in X. Q. . li . n - 15? - ' J- V.Q- -Q-, - l 4 l by W .9 .. ,A jf 'ii 1' s . YL A .em :-.35,,3,,fYf,1Y'1lg-,alia , X x,.w3,-.- .. -..gfQfwr,,:vf-iz lf .Jf,-N--,W V . " - -ff ff-2" 'QQSQT1 ' " . ' f d f"'f". " fry. J- ft--:'- "--s.. 1 .1532 E ,x'fgl7'dQl1257iKi-f-Ps - ' . ""- f' . e11r2v-siwfl-'ag' an mfig5.,'.l,,am11 1 If ,- ft- ,a,gagiQff'i:5'5ff .q l ' V- -' .41 -- , Dian M. Ruggiero Chuck Russell Tricia Russell l A ' l f A QW ll 1' " 2 6 5 ,z ll ' l f z l , lv 1 H rw M E 2. 4 ff A' lr 'A '-L 'lk ,-fl , f g - E we 2 , E X' 1"'?s Y f-iifwi, fel? ' M' N175 " ff 'IW' .1 . .2 A, ix 'X 22 , I +5455 - E msec- ,rx '53 A ' W ?, QT!! lqlwe, A . 7 , .fe Vr , Brig , W Q gag aria- , I uf-'f Y .Qi F la ll M Mary Ann Seidler Jon M. Shaffer DW21yl'lC E- Shavers 6 l 5 1 we 'Y --limi E- ma l "Ml """f:L: sf 4 ,W '- ' Dave Shelby ANY EXPERIENCES L TER Seniors l 99 WE WERE CROSSING THE BRIDGE i in ,g A ri ., A 51 ,WN ,A K,.A.,,l n,z.-pi, 5 . if 443 si' 5 V f ' ff' fmwf 1 2 i l 5,'gv5':-r 5 P, ,.,L if l i ,rf it Y f i 4. w i e R R Philip Michael Sherock Lawrence S. Skruck III fLarryJ K f :li ' 'rf' 5 'fi ,. "Hi V R ' 200 Seniors Mary lfrzmccs Simi!! Mika Sperm Robert Stanovcak , . A., -V 5 -V 1 M., -,. s 1' . -"" Fx -gil . ---- 'V L ' - if- ,IWW Y . , 415-4 1 4, N l ,?. W 4 1 in l '- Q l , L v 1 ...nv I 7 Q l eq -vm is - 1 - s in 3 y 'Qi X 'ily nity 4, VH- X 3?-' li v W li x 1 ' fum rr L, iv ul-1 f' ' 15,9 ' x r- a ff Randy Scott Stevens Edward R. Stonebraker Charles William Suich Jr. Mary Jean Sultan 'ifi5lff? if 'EFI-'3 'Tx' few. - fwfr- -:agp 'iff Um , -575 ii' ' " : fff ruzf' .v . .,- LQ, ' USS ' W ' ,ann- 5 . f gf, X fa l wef- .M Si.: 1 Q gag .ay T' 'ffl ' ' , 'l..l . a I -. 1,1 ,ff , A If-9 ,. ' ' ' -V , N l 4 ' 5 . . yi ,v y . ' ,. glfgllif , . lf- ,"-' " .I , L4 . l Kimberly Tabor l Q: ll - l X, T0 THE WORLD HEAD. . . Seniors 20l i ph 'fi i LE vmc G. . . Pam Tascione John Thompson fig Q ,WAX -ww xxs, .JMX A fc9""'?' .,nzwaa?35" ,iam V ' + T a f . f ' ' A., . I- ' x QV, -r '- giihfr-, T' 'flea r i - W, i , ., 1 1 ,Q,.fQ1f'Qi" S","AY'i6 ' ,j,iflM.,f'- QI -P' ifwwxf wswwngwvm. ' " ' I : ? Q- Ai. r 1 -.-I.:-1.31 , I I " 'PFS 952 V 1 A ., V ,'.,:ff1fgyg' ' , fe. "M W ' x . ii f s I VJ- ' 6.519-' ?: f'i5"!,:3gqZ,' 'f ' ,f ,. m '- .- K, ' 0 M sri af. . fQaJg:fer,apwJ, 1 - V fi ,Qi Q +1 -,,. - " ' . All 1 235 ' i f. R Robyn E. Vanoverbeke Edward Patrick Vince Valerie A. Vince 202 Seniors ' Class Claim Claim Class White Row Midnigltt Blue und Pettrl White Song "lmttgine" by .lohn Lennon Q Nou. l'm learning to lly amd this lreedom is like Nothing that l've cvcr known, l've. seen the bottom and I've been on top but mostly l've lived in between.. But xxltere do you go tx lien you get to the end ol' your drcnm'? l lower Colors Molto ,f .3 ti! tj Q .. ,l A ,1M,.,y,?T, ,,- ,., 4 . mv ' tr w t J-sg 5 i iw it - ' mx' '1 tffi' - +1 to ,ull e i t - 'f X. '2e.lrl:1 1-its wp -1? , , - I, , 1-94+ , .1fi,g1-:H -it "' . ,L 'vc it' t- - ' tit, f " 717 ,. 3- ff .lj , 2 -f ' ylay i ' , t xii-lf l Ili 7 i ,W-illg it t wg ' ,A it - -4- ff. X ' tif wat.-J . ' , , ,y' -,I '11 4 U rg l fm., in wt f. . -" . -,ff N fx, R'.t.'i :l-131N ,' 11-- R , 1- l 3 Q 1 e 1- if eiei 2 ' f 451, . 5525 - 9 A ' " ' L- f aff-zz i f tiyrff: V, ' 4 tw if-ff, er t .. 'iiifla . .' -'7":i1i. ' 7' - l V ,gf u t to t .. Y . f l. Q,gt5g5.. - . Colette Marie Vlasic Candi Young i Lynane fNannyD Zirafi Quit l il if A i i lg. it . PM t 74 l Ofwhtftf lf 'E-1 ' it lxlqicbwwsw' ll . ll tj ' A i , "l:,1Z-qv! ' 'llf..:-, , X t lvl ttitttiftiwgfeft Ak j mb Madeleine Zubyk we l J coonmnz: Nfiggiil X. I ' -1'---f Seniors 203 SE IDR DIRECTORY MICHAEL JOSEPH ADOVASIO. . . Key Club, Reflector Staff' MARY ELLEN AGUE. .Squaws. Y-Tcens.German Club. A.F.S.. Reflector Staff ILay'out Editorl. Wrestling Statistician,S.S.A.. National Honor Society. 8th Grade Choir. Camp Fitch Counselor. F.T.A.. Drama Club. Miss Minnoni Fan Club IPres.l. Ohio Tests of Scholastic Achievement. American Legion History Test LAURIE AIRHART. . . Reflector Staff. Y-Teens Il.C.C. Rep. St Pres.l. Squaws. G.A.A.. Spanish Club. Prom Decorating Committee. Science Fair.Swcetheart Runner-up I9th Gradel. A.F.S.. Sweetheart Dance Committee. Key Club Basketball Tournament. Sadie Hawkins LAURA JO ALTIER . . A.F.S.IScc.l. G AA.. Reflector Staff. Science Fair.Sophomore dt Junior Y4Tecns. C.Y.O.ITrcas.l, Spanish Club. Squaws.Track Statistician. Prom Decorating Committee. Ski Club CHARLES IARKIEI ARQlJll.I.A CYNTHIA LYNN ASTON . . .Girls' Track Team. Girls' Softball Team. Debate Team. G.A.A.. A.F.S.. Y-Teens.Squaws. Drama Club. Caso of "Flowers for Algernon," "Once Upon a Mattress" 84 MCheaper by the Dozen." Student Director of "Godspcll." M.Y.F. IPres.l. Student Council. Reflector Staff. Spanish Club. Science Fair. Ohio Test of Scholastic Achievement. American Legion History Test, Sadie Hawkins. Prom Committee. S.S.A., Gym Teachers Aid THOMAS R. BABIK . . . Office Education Association. French Club, Science Fair, I.O.E., C.O.E. IParl.l CHRISTINE MARIE BAIN . . .Squaws. Y-TeensIl.C.C.l. French Club. Italian Club. German Club, Science Fair. Youngstown Civics Day, Italian Speech Contest. Senior Olympic Committee. Reflector Staff. Sadie Hawkins. Tennis Club. Sweetheart Dance Committee. American Legion History Test. ASVAB Test RON BANISH RICH BANYOTS . . , Baseball. T.P.G.. Spanish Club. Art Club, City League. G.H.S. Bowling League, Reflector Staff, Tennis Club. Nonmember of N.H.S.. Member of G.A. ALICIA LENA BARBA. . .S.S.A. DEBBIE BARNARD . . . Marketing L Management JUDITH ELAINE BARNES . . Reflector Staff IEditor4in-Chiefl. National Honor Society. Spanish Honor Society, Ski Club. State Debate Finalist, Debate District I976 Champion. Girls' State. Guidance Aide. A F.S.. Merit Scholarship-Commended Student. S.S.A.. Girls' Basketball. Junior Class Treasurer. Ohio Tests of Scholastic Achievement. Award of Distinction. Who's Who Among American High School Students. Y-Teens. G.A.A.. Science Fair. American Legion History Test, Jeff Raub Fan Club DAN 'ABARNEYH BARNINGER . . City League Basketball. Track. Little League Football. Drama Club. Spanish Club. Boxing. Cross-Country. Band. Reflector Staff. Science Fair DENNIS MICHAEL BARTELS. . National Honor Society. Football. Jr.High Basketball. Key Club. Ski Club. S.S.A.. Tennis Club, Spanish Club. Reflector Staff IComposition Editorl. Boys' State, Key Club Basketball Tournament. Prom Committee, Miss Minnozzi Fan Club. American Legion History Test. Ohio Test of Scholastic Achievement. PSL Club. Senior Olympics, P.J. Club VINCENT JOSEPH BARTLOMAIIN . . . Football I8th. 9th, St Jr. Varsityl. Varsity Wrestling I1 yearsl. Hotel-Motel. Reflector Staff MANUEL BATISTA M . . .A.F.S. IForeign Exchange Studentl. Varsity Basketball. Speech Team. Spanish Honor Society. Ski Club. Mr. Malkovich Fan Club. P.J. Club DANNY BERRINGER . . .Tribune Staff REBECCA LEE BISPECK . . . Band, Science Fair. Squaws. Ski Club. I.O.E. Jr. Steno. C.O.E. LEONARD BLOUNT . . . Basketball. Weightlifting. Parkwood Club JAMES BOGATAY . . . Debate. 8th Grade Choir, Football Manager. Science Fair. Library Assistant JANET LOUISE BOGATAY . . . 8th Grade Choir. Squaws. Spanish Honor Society IV. Pres.l. Spanish Club. National Honor Society ITreas.l. F.H.A.. Science Fair. Y-Teens. A.F.S.. Prom Decorating Committee. Reflector Staff, Sweetheart Dance Committee. Ohio State University History Test. C.Y.O.. Ohio Test of Scholastic Achievement. Society for Distinguished American High School Students JAMES BREEDLOVE . . . Xth Grade Basketball, Science Fair. City League Basketball. Miss Minnoni Fan Club. Ski Club RAY EDWARD BROWN , . . Football.Chess Club. Concert Choir, Drama Club MARYLYNN CALLARD . . . Y-Teens. C.O.E.. I.O.E.. Squaws. Reflector Staff. Mr. D's Sociology Club. Senior Homecoming Attendant JAYNE CAPUTO . . . Girls' Basketball. Track. Tennis Club IScc.l, G,A.A.. A.F.S.. Ski Club. Spanish Club. Who's Who Among Amcriian High School Students. Reflector Staff. Band. Key Club Basketball Tournament. Science Fair. Prom Decorating Committee. Squaws, Track Statistician JOYCE NORENE CARNEY . . .Squav-s. Drama Club. Cast of 'AFlowers for Algernon." St "Cheaper by the Do7cn." Lighting for "Godspell." Science Fair. Girls' Softball Team. G.A.A.. Y-Teens. American History Test. Reflector Staff. Sadie Hawkins. 1976 Girard City Homecoming Queen Contestant. D.E.C.A.. ' C.Y.O. JOHN JOSEPH CHIEC . . . Bth Grade Basketball. Freshmen Football. Cross4Country. Track. Ski Club. Tennis Club. Ski Club. Green Beret. Science Fair. Sadie Hawkins CHRISTINE MARIE CIGOLLE. . .Squaws. Y-Teens. Spanish Club.ltalian Club ISec.t. Tribal Tribune Staff. Prom Committee. Ski Club. Sweetheart Dance Committee. Student Council. Girls' Track. Ski Club, Sadie Hawkins IP.J. Girll. Class Song. Motto. Flower. Color Committee. Reflector Staff. Basketball Committee MARY ELIZABETH CLEARY . . . I.O.E. Jr. Steno. C.O IE. MARY KATHRYN CLEARY. . . Choir. I.O.E. Jr.Clertcal. I.O.E. Senior Clerical. O.E.A. Club. Tribal Tribune Staff. Reflector Staff CINDY CLOW . . Spanish Honor Society. National Honor Society, S.S.A. ITreas.l. Science Fair. Tribal Tribune Staff ILay-out Editorl. Ohio Test of Scholastic Achievement. l.ibrary Assistant. Award of Distinction CHARLES EDWARD CORNELL. . .llth Grade Basketball. Ski Club. City Lcage Basketball MARK A. CORNMAN . . . Marching Band. Concert Band. Pep Band. Stage Band. President of Band. Solo St Ensemble Contest. Spanish Club. Reflector Staff. Scholastic Achievement Test. Science Fair. American Legion History Test. First Place Science Fair. District Band Competition CINDY STEVENS CORSALE. . . I.O.E. Clerical l. I.O.E. Clerical Il. O.E.A.. Spanish Honor Society. Xth Grade Choir. I.O.E. Parliamentarian DIANA LYNN CORSALE. . .Squaw's. Ski Club. Spanish Club. Italian Club. D.E.C.A. IPrcs.l. Y-Teens. Reflector Staff, Senior Homecoming Attendant. Mr. D's Sociology Club IPres.l. Prom Committee ORI.ANDO CORSALE. . . National Honor Society. 714 Club.Chess Club. Junior Class President. Science Fair. American Legion History Test. Ohio University History Test. Prom Committee. Ohio Tests of Scholastic Achievement, Art Award Winner. Civics Day, Crumlin Ave. Gang, Girard City League Basketball. C.Y.O. Basketball St Volleyball. Boys' State. Academic Challenge Team PHILIP M. CORTELL . .Spanish Club. Italian Club. Class Song Committee. Reflector Staff. Science Fair, Tennis Club, Miss Minnozzi Fan Club. Jeff Raub Fan Club. American Legion History Test. S.L.A.. The JP Club. Intramural Bowling Ilnd placel LONA LEE CRAMER . . .G.A.A. IV. Pres.l. National Honor Society IV. Pres.l. Girls' Softball Team ICo-captainl. First Team MVC!Centerfield. First Team MVC-Catcher.Girls' Basketball ITri-captainl. Girls' Basketball II-lonorable Mention St Second Teaml. S.S.A.. Track Team. Band. Science Fair. Spanish Club. Sadie Hawkins Committee. Miss Minnoni Fan Club BECKY LYNN CRANK. . . D.E.C.A. Ilvlarketing A Managementl. Prom Decorating Committee. C.Y.O.. Reflector Staff. Choir. Field Day. J.T.L. Club. Mr. Malkovich Fan Club. Sweetheart Dance Committee. Y-Teens. Squaws MICHELE MARY CRISCIONE. . .Squaws. A.F.S.. Student Council IPres.l. Girls' Basketball Statistician. Boys' Track Statistician. Guidance Office Aide. F.T.A.. Drama Club, Camp Fitch Counselor. Spanish Club. Y-Teens. Tennis Club. Prom Committee. I-'.N.A.. "Flowers for Algernon". Reflector Staff. Student Council. Mock United Nations. Science Fair MARY JO CRISH . . . Hotel-Motel Restaurant Management SALLY ANN DANKO. . .Squaws. Y-Teens. G.A.A.. A.F.S.. Spanish Club. Prom Committee. Tribal Tribune Staff. Reflector Staff. Drama Club, Ski Club. Civics Day. Sadie Hawkins. Class Song, Motto St Flower Committee. Swim Team IPres.l, Sweetheart Dance Committee. P.V.C. Parking Instructor. M.l.K.E. Fan Club WILLIAM J. DAUGHERTY JR. . . Band. State Contest ROBERTA LEE DAVEY . . . Spanish Club. Squaws, Science Fair. Prom Committee. Reflector Staff, Sweetheart Dance Committee. Key Club Basketball Tournament. Class Flower Committee, Student Teacher. Miss Minnozzi Fan Club. Honorable Mention-Kent State Test ANTHONY DAVID DECELLO JR . . . Reflector Staff IBusiness Managerl. Tribal Tribune Staff IEditor-in-Chiefl, 8th Grade Choir. Concert Choir. F.T.A.. Camp Fitch Counselor. Boys' State. French Club. Tennis Club IV. Pres.l. American Legion History Test. Ohio Test of Scholastic Achievement. State Vocal Contest, Academic Challenge. Debate I4 yearsl. Debate Captain I2 yearsl. Who's Who Among American High School Students. Student Council. Drama Club. Prom Decorations Committee. National Honor Society. S.S.A.. llth Grade Football ICaptainl. Photography Club. Ohio University History Test. Science Fair, U2 Prom Clean-Up Committee.Century III Scholarship Winner. Wrestling Announcer. Career Day. Class Crest Designer, Frank N. Stein IWriterl. "Once Upon A Mattress." "Flowers for Algernon," "Frank N. Stein" JAMES THOMAS DELBENE. . . Basketball IFreshmen. Jr. Varsity. Varsityl. Baseball I4 yearsl. Ski Club. Science Fair. Swim Team IV. Pres.l. Civics Day. Brothers of the Chest CAROL ANN DEMAS . . . Cheerleader IFreshmen. Jr. Varsity. Varsity. Co-captainl. Squaws. Y4Teens ISergeant-at-armsl. G.A.A.. Ski Club. Reflector Staff. Science Fair. Italian Club ISec.l, I.O.E. Steno IV. Pres.l. Senior Class Ofhccr ICorr. Sec.l. Camp Fitch Counselor. Civics Day. Basketball Program. Gymnastics I5 yearsl. Track. Ski Club IPres.l, Band, Homecoming IFreshmen. Junior, Senior Attendantl. Sweetheart Candidate IFreshnien. Sophomore. Junior. Seniorl. Sadie Hawkins-P.J. Girl. Sweetheart Dance Committee. Senior Class Song. Motto. Color Committee, The Spud Club JOHN M. DEROSE . . . Wrestling. Track TERRANCE EDINARD DEVEREAUX . . .Vfrcstling LISA ANN DIETZ . . . Girls' Basketball. Art Club. Y-Teens. French Club. Science Fair. Library Assistant. A.F.S.. Squaws. Theater Club. Tennis Club. Reflector Staff JOYCE K. DIl.l.ON . . .Squaws. Y-Teens, G.A.G.. A.F.S.. French Club. German Club. Student Council. Civics Day. Prom Committee. Senior Class Color. Song. Flower. it Motto Committee. Reflector Staff. Tribal Tribune Staff, Drama Club. Sadie Hawkins. Track. Ski Club. Science Fair. Sweetheart Dance Committee, Boys' Track Statistician. Camp Fitch Counselor PAUL "PD" DONNELLY . , . Varsity Football Captain. Varsity Track Captain. Wrestling Co-captain. 2 year Letterman-W Football Q Track. All MVC-Football 8: Track. Infected to the National Athletic Merit Endorsement Service for Football. Jr High Discus Record. Jr. High Football. Wrestling. dt Track. Key Club IPrcs. 8: Treas.l. Attended National Key' Club Convention in California, Reflector Staff. Civics Day. Science Fair. Student Council. Senior Olympics TERESA ANN MARIE DORAN . . Squaws. Y-Teens. C.Y.O.. Reflector Staff. Y-Teens Queen IWinter Formall. D.E.C.A.4Marketing 84 Management ISec.fTreas.l. Home Economics IV. Pres.l. Field Day. J.T.L. Club. Track Statistician. Mr. Matkovich's Fan Club. Junior Sweetheart Representative SHARI DRAVES. . . I.O.E. Jr. Steno. I.O.E. Sr. Steno KATHY J. DUNCAN . .Squaws, I.O.E. Jr. Clerical IV. Prcs.l, I.O.E. Sr. Clerical, O.E.A.. Typing Production. Prom Committee. Choir. Choir Competition. Sadie Hawkins IBoozin' Buddiesl. Reflector Staff. D.D.B.B.. A.F.S. TAMMY DUTTING . , Y-Teens. I.O.E. Jr. Steno. I.O.E. Sr. Steno. Drama Club MICHAEL F. DZEDA . . . Prom Committee. A.F.S.. Spanish Club. S.S.A.. Science Fair. American Legion History Test Winner. T.P.G.. M.D.A GERALD A. EMERY . . . Varsity Baseball, D.E.C.A.. 9th Grade Football. City League Basketball. Science Fair STELLA ESPOSITO . . . Y-Teens. I.O.E. Jr. Steno. I.O.E. Sr. Steno. A.F.S.. French Club EDWIN A. ESTEN . . .German Club IPres.l. French Club. Photography Club. Science Fair. Reflector Staff. P.J. Club Itreas.l. Miss Minnoni Fan Club. Key Club. Drama Club. S.S.A.. American Legion History Test. "Frank N. Stein" KAREN PATRICIA LOUISE FERRELL . . .Squaws. Sth Grade Choir. 9th Grade Choir. Girls' Ensemble, Madrigals, Chess Club. Theater Club. Musicals. Plays, Library Assistant. l97b Superwalk Rep.. Tribal Tribune Staff DEAN FIELD . . . Science Fair. A.F.S.. American Legion History Test. Ohio University Scholastics Test. Prom Committee. Ohio Test of Scholastic Achievement. Reflector Staff, Guidance Office. 1976 Streetsboro Award. T.P.G.. K.D. Club. Biggy's Fan Club. P.B.R. KIMBERLY FINNEY CHERYL FLAVIANI . . . Squaws ITreas.l. Y-Teens ITreas.l. Drama Club, I.O.E. Jr. Steno. I.O.E. Sr. Steno IPres.l. Y-Teens Winter Formal Queen Contestant. Business Skills Olympics Contestant. Honored at I.O.E. Annual Banquet, Attended Election of Officers Region II. O.E.A., Presented New Cookbook for Steno-Senior Class DONNA JEAN FLEMING . . .Sadie Hawkins IBoo7in' Buddiesl. I.O.E. Sr. Clerical IV. Pres.l. O.E.A. DAVE FORTE . . . Wrestling. 8th Grade Football. D.E.C.A. GUY J. GIANETTI . . . Basketball IFreshmen 84 Jr. Varsityl. D.E.C.A.. Mr. Matkovich Fan Club. Zero Club. Journey Fan Club MAUREEN GORDON. . . D.E.C.A. TAMMY JO GRANTZ . . . Flag-line ICaptainl, D.E.C.A. ISec.jTreas.l. Band-Marching it Concert ROBERT M. GREEN . . . Band. D.E.C.A., Spanish Club. Track. Mr. D's Sociology RALPH A. GRIFFITHS. . . Football I8th 84 9th Gradel. Track. Student Council. Reflector Staff. S.S.A.. Science Fair. Track Districts Competition. Ski Club. Tennis Club. City League Basketball. Prom Decorations Committee LINDA DARLENE HAHN HAROLD J. HAKE. . .7l-I Club, 4l3 Club. I.S.C,. C.M.O. MILA JEAN HARKABUS . . . Marching Band IV. Pres.l, Concert Band. Pep Band. Jan Band. State Solo 8t Ensemble, Careers in Music O.S.U.. Flag-line ICaptainl. Drum Major St Student Director. Warren Jr. Military Band. District V Honors Band, A.F.S.. Track. Cross-Country. Softball, Tennis Club. Speech Team. Ski Club. G.A.A.. Spanish Club. Y-Teens. Science Fair 12nd placcl. Drama Club. Whcfs Who Among American High School Students HOLLY ANN HAYDU . . ,Girls'5 Softball. Girls' Track. A.F,S.. Wrestling Statiatician. Y-Teens IV. Pre5.J, Science Fair. Who's Who Among American Hgh School Students. F.H.A,. Spanish Club, Reflector Staff. Sadie Hawkins, Sweetheart Dance Committee. Bth Grads: Choir, M.Y.F. QV. Pres.l. Drama Club, G.A,A,, American Legion History Test. Prom Committee DAVID HILL, . .Ski Club. D.E,C.A.. Band. Mr. D3 Sociology Club LORI HILL. . . Ski Club. Cheerleader. I.O.E.. COE.. Squavn, Mr. D's Sociology Club. Salt Fork Tea Party. A,F.S. Host Family, Who's Who Among American High School Students, Student Council. Guidance Office Aide, Girls' Softball Team ANA HILLEBRECHT. . . Rotary Exchange Student BILL HOCHADEL , . .Grccn Beret. Science Fair, Ski Club. Freshmen Football. A.R.C. Club. A.S. Club ALYCIA L. HOLMES . . , Reflector Staff. Majorctte. D.E.C.A,. Science Fair, Squawa, Trihal Tribune Staff, Gtmnaatic Team. Distinguished American High School Student. Marching Band, Concert Band JOHN EDWARD HONTLLA . . . Marching Band. Concert Band, Cheas Club. Tennis Club. Reflector Staff. I.O.E. Sr. Clerical lTrca5.l. Mr. D3 Sociology Club ' DAVE "MONKEY" HOOVER DIANA JAMES . . . l,O,E. Jr. Steno, l.0.E. Sr Steno MARK JESWALD . . , A.F.S,, Spanish Honor Society. Science Fair, Prom Committee, American Legion History Test, Ohio University History Test. K.D. Club, I976 Strectsboro Award. T.P.G., Ohio Test of Scholastic Achievement, Reflector Staff. Biggy's Fan Club. REX JOHNSON , . . Wrcatling. Track STEVEN JOSEPH "NUT" JOHNSON . . . Senior Clan Ol'fieer1V. Prem, Career Day. Tennis Club. A.F.S., Prom Committee. P.J. Club. Clan Crest Design Committee. Vanity Football. Reflector Staff. Senior Olympics Committee. Model United Nationa at Kent State, Sth Grade Choir. Student Council. Wrestling, French Club KV. Prem, Science Fair 13rd placcl. American Legion History Test, Sth Grade Baaketball. C.Y.O. W. Pres.l. P.S,L. Club. C.Y.0. Basketball DENISE JOHNTONY . . .Spanish Club. Squavts. D.E.C.A. DELORES J. JONES . . , Reflector Stuff STEVE JONES WALTER KENNER . . D.E,C.A. DAVE KERMEC . . .Track, City League Basketball RUTH ANN KINCAID . . .Science Fair. Walk-a-thon. Kent State Scholarship Tests, American Legion Tests. Annual Math Exam4I976. Y-Teens, I.O.E. Steno tTrea5.l. Prom Committee, National Honor Society LPrcs.l. Who's Who Among American High School Studcnta, O,E.A., Girls' Basketball Statistician. Distinguished American High School Student. Squawa. O,R,A. Tests. Library Assistant BRIAN KOLENICH . . .Ski Club, Track, Key Club. Tennis Club, A,F.S- lV. Presb. Speech Team. J.P,C. Club, Drama Club. Prom Decorations Committee. French Club. Career Day. Mr. Matkoviclh Fan Club. Girard Scholarship Science Team. S.S.A.. Science Fair. Reflector Staff. Tribal Tribune Staff fCartooniatJ, C.Y.O., A.S,A. THOMAS STEVEN KOLIC . . , Basketball flfremhmen. Jr.Varsity, Varsityl. Ski Club. Science Fair. Green Beret, Brothers of the Chest COLLEEN ELIZABETH KLJCYNSKI . . .Jr.Vam1y 84 Varsity Gymnastics 13 year Co-captainj. Varsity Cheerleader. Girla' Track Team, Student Council tSec.l. National Honor Society. Teachers Aide Program, G.A.A.. Squaw, Reflector Staff. Gym Teachers Aide. Sewing Teachers Aide, Senior Gift Committee, Clan Flower, Song. Color 8: Motto Committee. Science Fair. Sadie Hawkins-P.J. Girl. 1977 Girard City Homecoming-lst Runncrvup. Y-Teens. American Legion History Tent, Drama Club, Prom Committee. Musical "Carnival," Senior Olympics. Civics Day GREG KULOW . . . Football. Reflector Staff. City League Basketball. G.H.S. Bowling League WALTER TERRANCE LAKE . . Boys' Stale. Career Day. Tennis Club 1Prea.l A.F.S. Reflqctor Stuff tCopy Editorj. ljz Prom Cleartvup Committee. Senior Olympics. "Frank lN. Stein," American Legion History Test. P.S.L. Club. Camp Fitch Counselor. Civics Day. National Merit Scholar. Tribal Tribune Stall' fPhotographer 84 Cartuonistj. Prom Committee. P.J. Club. Class Crest Design Committee. Wrestling Announcer. C.Y.O,. S.S.A.. Jimmy "Bobo" Jonca Fan Club RANDY LAUGHLIN . . . Marching Band, Concert Band. Stage Band. Pep Band. Dixieland Band, State 84 District Band Coompetition. Brass Sextet JOHN F. LESKOVEC , . . Mr. D's Sociology Club. D.E.C.A. fBrady's Brunchl. I976 Streetsboro Award, I977 Pink Floyd Concert Attendent. D,E.C.A. lClass News Editor! JEAN LOUISE LOCKATON . . . Sadie Hawkins lBoozin' Buddiesl. O.E.A.. I,O.E. Sr. Clerical, Squaws. Sth Grade Choir. K.B.R.K.L,S.. Reflector Staff ELIZABETH A. LOTT. . .Ski Club. A.F.S.. G.A.A, tTreat.l. Girls' Softball. I.O.E. lTreas.l. Pram Decorating Committee. Sadie Hawkins, Key Club Basketball Tournament. Squawn. Science Fair. Jeff Raub Fan Club, Student Council tSec.l. Youngstown Business Typing Tests. Office Help, Reflector Staff ANGELA MARIE LLLJKEJ LLJCARIELLI ., 9th Grade Choir. l0th Grade Choir. llth Grade Concert Choir, Track. 1977 Girard City Homecoming Queen Contestant, Y-Teens, Reflectora Staff. A.F.S., C.Y.O., Drama Club, Tribal Tribune Staff. Sadie Hawkins lKiss.in' Cousinl. American Legion History Test PETER STEPHEN LUCIC . . . Varsity Football lCaptain Varsity Wrestling tCaptainl. Reflector Staff. Key Club H, Prem. Znd Team MVC Football,-1 year Letterman-Wrestling. J year Lcttermen!Baseball, Trumbull County Player ofthe Year Nominee, P.J. Club, Sth Grade Choir. City League Backetball. C.Y.O.. MVC in Wrchtling. MVC in Basctiall. Tied School Record in Receptions. First -I year letterman in Wrestling, Key Club Basketball Tournament. 8th Grade Basketball. Science Fair. American Legion History Test. Miss Minnozzi Fan Club VERONICA LYNN MACEK . . . Squaws. Y-Teens. Prom Committee. Whtfn Who Among American High School Students. 1978 Girard City Homecoming Ouccn. Science Fair. Student Council. Teachers Aide Program, Gym Teacher Aide, G.A.A,. Drama Club. C.V.0.. Clam Flower 8: Color Committee. Y-Teeny lat Runner-up Girard Mies Winter Formal. Squaws QV. Prem. Sadie Hawkins, "Flowers for Algernon." "Cheaper by the Donn" RENEE MARIE MACHIYNGO. . .Drama Club. Spaniah Honor Society. Spanish Club. A.F.S., Speech Team, Reflector Staff. Girl! Basketball Statiatician, Prom Committee. Sweetheart Dance Committee. Class Song SL Motto Committee. French Club, Sadie Hawkins. American Legion History Test, Ohio Test of Scholastic Achievement, Foreign Language Day at Y.S.U., "Flowers for Algernon" JAMES J. MADERITZ , . . Reflector Staff. D.E.C,A.. Trip Abroad lSpainl, Drama Club. Key Club, Distinguished American High School Student TIM MADERITZ TERESA QTERRIJ MARIE MAIORANA . . . Reflector Staff tAssiatant Business Mariagerl. Cheerleader tFre:hmen. Jr. Varsity. Varsity, Co-caplainj. Squavu. G,A.A.. Gymnastics. Track-MVC, Homecoming Queen. Science Fair, Tribal Tribune Staff. Band. Sweetheart Court. Prom Committee, Civics Day. Italian Club. Spanish Club, A.F.S.. Drama. Girls' Softball. Ski Club. Y-Teena. Sadie Hawkins-P.J, Girl JOANN MARCARELLO, , . Student Council. A.F.S. tPrea.l. G.A.A., Y-Teens. Track Statistician. Spanish Club. Guidance Aide, Prom Decorating Committee. Ski Club. Squan, Reflector Staff. Sweetheart Dance Committee. Science Fair. Sadie Hawkins. NANCY MARKOWITZ , , Squaw. l.O,E. Jr, Steno. I.O.E, Sr Steno, Track. Y-Teena. 0.E.A, Region Xl Competitive Events at Choflln SEAN E. MARTIN . . .Ski Club. Science Fair. Brothers ul' the Chest. American Legion History Test, Baseball, Basketball. Football fCaptatnl. Ski Club. Tribal Tribune Staff. Whuk Who Among American High School Students, Senior Homecoming Attendant TAMMY LYNN MARTIN , . Squawa. Y-Teens. Spanish Honor Society. Spanish Club, GAA.. S.S.A.. Science Fair. Tribal Tribune Staff. Reflector Staff 1PhotographerJ, Whol Who Among American High School Studcnta. American Legion History Test tllth Grade Girls Winnerl, National Honor Society. JclT Raub Fan Club. Min Minnozzi Fan Club, Distinguished American High School Student. Award ol' Distinction. Semi-Finalm of Merit Scholarship Program, Kent State Scholarship Tests Academic Challenge. ChairperaoniProm Flower Committee, Prom Decorating Committee. Sth Grade Choir MARGARET K. MAYNARD. . ,Office Aide. Library Assistant DINEEN MADILINE MAZZA . . .Science Fair, Drama Club. I.O.E., C.O.E. GARY MCCOOR VIRGINIA MCGIVNNIS. , .Science Club. Art Club. Chess Team, Campus Life. Junior Achievement. Reflector Staff KEITH MCGOWAN . . . D.E.C,A.1Cla5a Reporlerl ROBIN M. MECKES. . . Y-Teena., I.O.E. Jr. Steno. Squaw. COE.. Italian Club. Prom Committee ALAN H. MICHAEL MIKE "TOO TALL" MIKULICH , , .Chess Club. Science Fair ZORICA MILETIC. ,German Club, Spanish Club. l-'ren'h Club. G.A.A.. Y-Teens, Reflector Staff' BRUCE MILLER . . . Varsity Football. I.O.E. Jr, Clerical. I.O.E. Sr. Clerical JOHN MISLAI . . . Cross-Country. Wrestling. Football, A.F.S.. C.Y.0. 1Scc.l. Reflector Staff KAREN MICHELLE MODERALLl , . .Squaus, Y-Teens. Spanish Club. Italian Club lHist.J, Tribal Tribune Staff, Prom Committee. Reflector Staff lTranscript Editorl. Sadie Hawkins. Ski Club DENNIS MOHN REGINA LAVERNE MONTGOMERY . , .Cl101r.l.0.E, Jr.Clerical. I.O.E. Sr, Clerical, O.E.A., Library Assistant. Squaw. Reflector Stuff. High School Choir Solo Competition. Singing Squawg CHUCK MOONEY , , .Science Fair, I.O.E, Jr. Clerical, I.0.E, Sr. Clerical KAREN MOZZILLO . . , Hotel-Motel. Y-Teena, Squaus. Whuk Who Among American High School Students. Drama Club, C.Y.O.. "Flowers for Algernon" 81 "Cheaper by the Dozen." Reflector Staff, Home Economicx lSec.l. Field Day. Thi: J.T.L. Club. Basketball Statistician. Mr. Malkovich Fan Club MARIANNE MROFCHAK GORDON J. MURRAY . . ,Sth Grade Basketball, Football. Track. Sophomore Homecoming Attendant. Sweetheart Attendant, Science Fair. D.E.C.A, JOY ARLIENE NIUSHRLSH . . . l-'renhmen Cheerleader. Squawa. Science Fair. Spanish Club. GAA. 1Sec,J, A.F.S.. Sophomore Class Officer tTrcaa.l, Junior Clam Officer lSec.l. Girls' Track. Second Team MVC-Girls' Softball. Second Team VIVC-Girls' Baxkctball. National Honor Society LSec.J, Spanish Honor Society lScc,l. Prom Decorating Committee, Guidance Ofllce Aide, Y-Teena. American Legion History Test. Jeff Raub Fan Club TURNEY NEALE . . . WorkfStudy Progrant MICHAEL NESKOVICH TIMOTHY E. O'BRlEN , . Football. Key Club. Science Fair. Reflector Staff MALJREEN ANN O'CONNELL. .Student Council lV, Pres.j. G.A.A.. Tribal Tribune Staff fAssislanl Edilorl. Sweetheart Dance Committee, Y-Teens. Reflector Staff. C.Y.O. 1Prea,J. Prom Committee. A.F.S. lTreaa,J, Squawf.. Girls' Track. Chess Club. Interfaith Volleyball 8: Baseball. Civics Day. Ski Club. French Club. Distinguished American High School Student, Key Club Basketball Tournament. A.Y.S.. Ohio University History Test, Science Fair. Youngstown Civics Day. Sadie Hawkina. Ohio Tests of Scholastic Achievement. American Legion History Tests RICHARD MICHAEL O'HARA PHOEBE LYlN O'NElL . . . French Club tTreas.l. Squawa. Whok Who Among American High School Students. Drama Club. Y-Teena. A.F.S., G.A.A,. Guidance Office Aide. Ski Club. Girl! Track. Tribal Tribune Staff. Reflector Staff. Prom Committee. American Legion History Teal, Varsity Gymnastics 44 yearn-Co-captainl. Sadie HawkimfP.J. Girl. Senior Olympica. Science Fair tht place-8th Gradel, Senior Class Photographer. Senior Class Motto, Song. le Color Committees LAURIE ANNE PAGANO. , .Sadie Hawking, I.O.E.. Senior Olympics. Squawn. Track. Salt Fork Tea Party. Prom Committee. Sweetheart Dance Committee. Tennis Club STEVE PARILLO . . . American Legion History Teal, Science Fair. Ski Club. Ski Club tPres.l. National Honor Society. Varsity Football, Track. T.P.G.. Athlete of the Month. Tribal Tribune Staff. Reflector Staff. Homecoming King, Italian Club tMa5cotl. Sadie Hawkimf- Mayor CAROL ANN PARK . . . Band lScc,l, S.S.A. lPres.l. Pep Band, Marching Band. Concert Band, Participation in District R State Competition. Library Assistant, Spanish Honor Society. National Honor Society. Italian Club. Spanish Club, Ohio Tests ol' Scholastic AchievcmentfHonorabIe Mentions in Biology 8: Chemistry. 1976 84 I977. Junior Science EL Humanties Symposium Delegate. Whok Who Among American High School Students. Dminguimhed American High School Student. Award of Distinction. Kent State Scholanhip Test, National Math Exam. Career Day. Youngstown Civicx Day, Bausch 8: Lomb Honorary Science Award. Science Fair llnd placcfl0th Grade SL Int place-l lth Gradcl. State Supcriors in District 84 State Science Faire, Miss Minnoui Fan Club ROBERTA JEAN PARKER . , .Squamm Spanish Club. Science Fair. Tcnm: Club. Student Teacher, 8th Grade Choir, Track. Reflector Staff. Who's Who Among American High School Students. Senior Olympics Committee. Jeff Raub Fan Club. Drama Club. Honorable Mention in the Kent State Text-Spanish l 84 ll. Sadie Hawkins, Spanish Honor Society lPrea.l. Tribal Tribune Stall' lLayuut Editorj, Miss Minnozzi Fan Club Wlajurity Leadcrj, G.A.A. tPrcs.J, National Honor Society. Gymnamticx K3 ycar letterman 84 Co-captainl, Assistant for Grade School Field Day, Prom Decorating Committee RALPH PATRONE . . , WorkfStutl3 Program, Football Manager RICK PAZILLO. . . Football. Track. Marketing dt Management, Mr, D3 Sociology Club STEVEN LEE PERKINS ITHE MADMANL . . Football. Track. Sadie Havskim EVAMARIE PIECLJCH . . . llth Grade Choir, Squaws. Future Homemakera of America. Science Fair, Library Assiatant. I.O.E. Jr.Stcno. l,O,E. Sr. Steno fHiat.l, Reflector Staff, F.T.A, JUNE POPIO. . .Ski Club, Reflector Staff, I.O.E.. C.O.E.. Mr, D's Sociology Club. Prom Committee. Salt Fork Tea Party MICHELLE POZEGA . . .Civics Day. l,O.E. Jr. Clerical ,.fPrcs.l, I.O.E. Sr, Clerical. O.E.A.. Senior Olympics Committee. Reflector Staff. Salt Fork Tea Party STEPHEN JOSEPH "PRlJNE" PRUNESKI . . . Boys' State tCounselor Auardl. Ohio Test of Scholastic Achievement. Kent State Scholarship Test. Setence Fair Clrtl place llth Gradel. A.F.S.. Reflector Staff, Golf 14 year Lettermant. Basketball fl year Lettermant. Vliss Nltnnoui Fan Club lTreas J. Senior Class President. American Legion History Test. Who's Who Among American High School Students. Sadie Hasyktns---Kissin' Cousin CARI. RACKETA . . American Legion History Test. Science Fair. City League Basketball lBMI"'SJ LUNETTI5 VI RAFOTH QSOUEAKI . . .Track. C.O.E.. I,O.E. .lr Steno. Squavss. Gymnastics. ttth Grade Choir. Y-Teens. Distinguished American Htgh School Student EDWARD RAGAN . . .Tennis Club. Skt Club. Reflector Staff Tribal Tribun Staff. City League Basketball. Ski Club. BNIF Club. Science Fair. Spanish Honor Society GERALD JAMES RAGOZINE . Varsity Track. Science lfair. -H1 Club. Sadie Hawkins. Italian Club. Crumltn Bombers. Who's Who Among American lligh School Students, Green Beret. Etttcce at Beggar's Banquet JEFFREY BRYAN RAUH . Baseball. Tennis Club. P..I. Club. American Legion History Test. City League Basketball. Miss Minnolli Fan Club. Farmers Union 59. Career Day. Key Club. Boys' State. Science Fair tlrd place- llth Gradel. Football. Pront Committee. Weathersfield Wombats. U 's1,Y le.. Camp Fitch Counselor GEORGE CAREY I-' REEDY I ,... r Xrttcrican Legion History Test. C.Y.O lSr. Rcp.I. Band. Baseball SUE REINHART. . Ski Club. D.E.C.A. tllradys Bunchl. l977 Pink Floyd Concert Attendant FRANK J. REST-KIINO . . . Reflector starr. setenee l'air. Photography Club tvrect. sais.. PJ. Club tseea. Mis Minion. Van Club KRISTEN LYNN RESTIVO . . . Guidance Office Aide. Reflector Staff PAUL JAMES RICKARD JR. Jeff Raub I'an Club. Chuck's Pool Ilall TIMOTIIY JAMES RIDGE. . . I-iddle Player. Class Madman TOM RIDGE . . Wrestling, D.Ii.C.A. TIMOTHY JAMES RITTER I . . .Skt Club. Football. Track. Science Fair JOSEPII G ROCHETTE . . Marching Band. Concert Band. Pep Band. Science Fair tlst place l0th Gradel. Band Solo St Ensemble Contest. Ohio Test of Scholastic Achievement. American Legion History Test LISA RAE ROWLES . . Girls' Varsity Track. Tribal Tribune Staff fSec.fTrcas.I. Ski Club, French Club lPres.l. Italian Club tPres.l. Reflector Staff. National Honor Society. G.A.A. tSgt at Armsl. Academic Challenge. Ski Club lScc.l. Y-Teens. Squaws. Who's Who Among American High School Students. Distinguished American Iligh School Student, Award of Distinction. Science Fair. Sadie Hawkins-P J. Girl. Guidance Office Aide Prom Decorating Committee. PSATXNMSQT Tournament. Drama Club. American Legion History Tests. Spud Club QV. Pres.I SIMON JOSEPH ROYER . . .Tennis Club. A F.S.. French Club. Miss Minnoni Fan Club. Prom Decorating Committee. Science Fair. S S.A.. Student Couneil. P..I. Club. Reflector Staff tAssistant Business Managerl, "Once Upon a Mattress." Senior Olympics. Drama Club, Chess Club lPres. 8: Captainl. American Legion History Test llst tn Senior Classt. Math Exam tlst in Schooll. Ohio Lntversity' History Test. Kent State Scholastic Aptitude Tests. C.Y.O.. PS.I. Club. Vlodel United Nations at Kent State. Boys' State Alternate. Whos Who Among American High School Students, Xth Grade Choir. Jeff Raub Fan CIub,City l.eaguc Basketball MARILYN JEAN ROYYO . .Spanish Club. Squaws. Y-Teens. Italian Club. Typist for Bloodbank. l.O.E. Jr.Steno. C.O.E.. Reflector Staff TRICIA RUSSELI .... Reflector Staff. l.O.l2. I lIlist.l. I.O.E. II tPres.I. Senior Class Officer tRee. Sec.I. Gymnastics 1-1 yearst. Scntor Olympics Chairperson. O.E.A. Club. Nth 84 9th Grade Choir. Sadie Havykins Daisy Wttc. Miss Richardson Fan CIub.Svtcethe.trt Candidate IVAN SAVRIC . Shop-ssood Foreman DARLENE SAYERS LAURIE SCIIIISTER . . Reflector Staff. I0.I1. Jr. Clerical. l.O.E. Sr. Clerical, O.E.A. MARY ANN SEIDLER . . . Cheerleader tlfreshmen Se Jr. Varsity K Mascotl. Y-Teens fPres.I. Squaws. G,A.A.. Girls' Track Team. C.O.Ii fTreas.l, Senior Class Officer lTreas.l. I O E Jr Clerical. Tribal Tribune Staff fTypistl, Sadie Hawkins. Civics Day. Senior Class Flower Committee-Chairperson. Reflector Staff. Sueetheart Dance Committee Jon sa sit.-siren . . .rterman Club. Chess club. D,Ii.C A. Mr. os Sociology Club DWAYNE E. SIIAVERS . . Ifootball. Track. Field Day. Record Holder--100 yd. dash tit 210 yd. dash. Sth Grade Choir DAVE SHELBE . . Football. Science Fair. -Sl! Club. A.R.C. Club. Track. A.S. Club. B.S. Club. Tree Man Club PHILIP NIICHAIEL SHEROCK . . Key Club. Speech Tcattt. B M I. Club. Football. Reflector Staff. Tennis Club. Tribal Tribune Staff. Ski Club, Science I'atr. VI.F.A.T. Club, Sadie Ilavyktns I.AWRIfNCIi S SKRUCK III ll.ARRYI. . Science Iatr. Reflector Staff MARY I-RANCES SMAI.Tl VIIKE SPERATI football. Basketball. Italian Club. Science Fair ROBERT STANOVCAK . . . Wrestling. l.O E. lTreas.l. C.O.E. RANDY SCOTT STI-VFINS . . Varsity Football. Baseball, Ski Club tPres.I. Brothers of the Chest. Student Council. Sophomore Class Officer fPres.l. Tribal Tribune Staff tSports Iidttorl. Civics Day. Science I'atr. Green Beret. Spanish Club, American Legion Ht TtTPC Sd Hwkin Commended Student. Sweetheart Dance Committee. Senior Class is my 0' ' ' "' i a 'C H 3 Song. Motto. dc Flower Committees. Key Club Basketball EDWARD R. STONEBRAKER . . . French Club. Art Club. D,E.C.A.. T.P.G.. I.S.C.. 7l4 Club.A.R.C. Club. 4I3 Club CHARLES WILLIAM SUICH JR. . . Basketball lFreshmcn, .lr. Varsity. Varsityt. Football. Court Jester at Beggars Banquet. Mr. D's Sociology Club. I977 I.ed Zeppelin Concert Attendent, Child Developement Club. Ron Infantc Fan Club. Roller of Stones. Tribal Tribune Staff. Ski Club MARY JEAN SULTAN . . Speech Team. Spanish Club. Library Assistant GEORGE SWANIGER , . . WorkfStudy Program KIMBERLY TABOR . . .German Club, French Club. D.E.C.A. PAM TASCIONE . . . Squaws, I.O.E.. Senior Olympics Committcc JOHN THOMPSON . . . Woodsshop Foreman.Guidance Office Aide. Prom Decorating Committee ROBYIN li VANOVERBEKE . . Squaws, Y-Teens KV. Pres.j. Track. Ski Club. Science Fair. Prom Committee, Reflector Staff. Student Council. Sadie Hawkins- Mammy Yokem. Sth Grade Choir. G A.A. EDWARD PATRICK VINCE . . . Homecoming Court. Ski Club. Basketball, Varsity Football, Reflector Staff. Speech Team. Tribal Tribune Staff. Who's Who Among American High School Students. Intramurals, Wood-shop Instructor. American Legion History Test. Civics Day. Brothers of the Chest VALERIE A. VINCE . . .Spanish Club. Italian Club. S.S.A. IV, Pres.t. Spanish Honor Society. Reflector Staff. Boys' Track Statistician. State Science Fair--State Superior. District Science Fair-State Superior. Al-'.S.. Science Fair tlnd place-fl0th Grade 81. lst placefl lth Gradet. Concert Band, Marching Band. Who's Who Among American High School Students. Award of Distinction COLETTE MARIE VLASIC . . . Wrestling Statistician, A.F.S.. Y-Teens. S.S.A.. Reflector Staff. American Legion History Test. Future Homemakers of America. Science Fair, French Club. Award of Distinction, Xth Grade Choir. Squaws. M.Y,F.. I-'.N.A.. Prom Invitations dt Program Committee SANDI WOODLOCK . . .Ski Club STANLEY VI. YANCAR JR . . .Member of S.N P.J. CANDI YOUNG . . .Spanish Honor Society. S.S.A. tSec.I. Band tTreas.I. Science Fair. Marching Band. Concert Band. Miss Minnont I-ian Club. Spanish Club. Lab 84 Pep Bands. District 5 Honors Band. Ohio Test of Scholastic Achievement, Chief Sign Changer. library Assistant. National Math Exam LYNANNE KNANNYI ZIRAFI . . . Mr. D's Sociology Club. Girls' Basketball 13 yearsl. Girls' Track, Girls' Softball, Debate Team. Debate Novice of the Year. I O.E. IV, Pres.I. Squaws tTreas,t. Y-Teens tlvteditatton Otfrceri. Girls' State Alternate. Reflector Staff.Civics Day. Science Fair. Basketball Team Tri-eaptain,Softball Team Co-captain. Debate District Champs MADELEINE ZUBYK . . Ski Club. Freshmen Cheerleader. Varsity Gymnast 12 yearsl. Squaws. Tribal Tribune Staff. D.E.C.A. tPres.l-Bradys Bunch Lg ii t . ' -. f-,F ,1 s : F I 2 L 1-fix . We present this book .X ,xi to Mr. Herb Cramer, teacher and friend, X as .1 token of our appreciation for the time and talents which he has spent to make our time here at GHS so meaningful. ri. f Vi 5 -I H K NT Dedication 207 -V V I 'naw o f r I 157 b f f3f'r'1'f "ff jf Y M. A .,-. un iagulqx 'lf-,sf . J 1. ,V tczffj 5yM,.f','fzks-f W g g Q , 4- l MW' 'WW if f ff' 1 V Q A r. L ga X 9fRf?ig ,QL yg+f'f.-zigg y , I X , s r in - 1 f af. , f 4 X 5 v r fl ,, . ',, , if ,s g a I Q 1 7 e fi 4 N . g .v. N , Z .Y K , . ,. I A' K 1 f Y , - 1 h I ws f .. -'V 5 .-Y+4,,' , ,. . , if -X ' , 'V ,Y F' . af wi' 5' ,r . , if 5 'L - , ' , , ,.-' .t as 3 1 A Is' 3,4 M G. t 145153, 0 X dd, . 4 it, l ,V v fl A ",,,..-:vf'l - ' W x ,- 9 f ' - -f Q . 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My mless thanks goes out to the team that created this edition, the editorial staff, to Mary Ellen, whose talent, dedication, and logtg hours are evidenced in the 240 pages of layouts: to Karen, whose enthusiasm and ideas never ran outg to Tammy, whose planning, dependability, and creative photographs added much, to Dennis, ,- who was always there to do the "one-thousand and one" odd jobs that kept things running smoothlyg to Terry, whose sense of humor ihowever warpedj kept us all laughingg and to' their families. To the business staff. Tony and his assistants Terri and Simon, who did such an efficient job directing the sales eampaigng to the seniors who sold ads and the patrons and businesses that supported usg to Don Shelley, for the benefit of his expeeience, advice, and generosity: to Walsworth sales representative Pete Prentner, for his professional adviceg to our phompher, Bob Knuff. whose artistic works you see throughout the book, to the administration and staff, for their total eo-operation: and to Mike Varvaris and Tom Kolic of THE GIRARD NEWS. x L . Q A very special thanks to Janice Boyce, who designed' the Ind the cover. We've left our footprints at GHS. We can't ever walk thfslth in quite the same way. but whenever we want to remember our walk here, we have the pages of this book. . , 3 . Good luck on your own pathaihezid. God Bless, 'N' "' 4 - Photo by Will Barnes y .f M.- J 'T Why take less? When you can have the best! . . .Ask anyone -X Z E master of' p h oto grap hy K 6969 Market Street Youngstown,Ohio 44512 Tel. 726-9991 Boardman Ads 209 210 Ads ADAMAS LAPIDARY 8a GEM SHOP 8391 Market Street - Youngstown, Ohio 44512 "' Lapidary Equipment Gem Stones " Jewelry "' Findings Pk Visit our Museum - No Charge Tours Arranged For Groups - Phone 758-3185 - Card 'N' Candle Hallmark Cards- Party Goods Invitations- Gifts Mieding rug ne Congratulations and Best Wishes Class of "78" Ads 211 212 Ads Leonard's TEREO CRAFT EXPERTS IN HIGH FIDELITY 3551 BELMONT AVE., LIBERTY PLAZA YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO 44505 PHONE 759-1708 Finest Names in Hi-Fies. Altec Lancing, Jensin, Craig, Pioneer, Sansui, Marantz, Optonica, Cerwin-Vega, Soni, Super Scope, Celestion Leonard's Stereo Craft's Fine Audio Salesmen CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES DEARING AIR COMPRESSOR SL PUMP CO. F34 571 Andrews Avenue Youngstown, Ohio 44505 Phone 746-2916 2l4 Ads SYRO TEEL CGMPANY Girard, Ohio Centerville, Utah Congratulations-Class of 1978 If 1 May the class of "78" have God's blessing in the years ahead Pedigree or mixed breed Large or small We do them all! GE-GE' SHATEAU Dog grooming supplies 15 S. Ward Ave. Girard, Ohio 545-9070 Ads 215 Congratulations and Best Wishes To The Class of '78 BENADA ALUMINUM PRODUCTS CGMPANY Congratulations to GIRARD HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF '78 from THE GIRARD ATHLETIC BOO TER President - Ben Thomas Vice President - Joe Maiorana Sec.-Treas. - John Jay Directors Jack Vitullo Ed Matkovich Bob Jamieson Jerry Brandenstein Tom Kolic Dallas Stringer Dave Johnson Bob Montgomery Ads 217 Congratulations to our many friends Kay Lanes Bowling is fun for everyone Girard, Ohio 545-2539 218 Ads A 4 y 1? fi i X HOME OXNNED IX K CE Congratulations Class of "78" i- .V Slllla- OZERA T LB H155 ETS . WEN! KOLBASSI Girard nited Family Foods Locally Owned and Operated 964 N. State St. Girard, Ohio USDA Choice Meat - Select Produce - Groceries Party Trays 8L Fruit Baskets Available Good Luck to the Senior Class of 1978 From Girard High School's Finest Student Publication Cindy Clow Roberta Parker Randy Stevens- Lisa Rowles- Terry Lake- Tony Decello- Editor-in-chief Maureen O'Connell- Assistant Editor -Layout Editors Sports Editor Secretary 8: Treasurer Photographer 81 Cartoonist Ads 219 STRINGER JEWELRY Q2l6J 545-3211 Your Class Ring Headquarters fs" 'H' 0 1 Z - A if a4V5 C, gag 5252 3 I 54 W. Liberty St. Girard, Ohio Radiator Repair FRIENDS AUTO 8L RADIATOR SERVICE 703 North State Street Girard, Ohio 44420 Phone: 545-8978 We Use Inland Radiator Equipment 220 Ad Congratulations And Good Luck to the Class of 78 GIRARD EDUCATION ASSOCIATION OEA-NEA QQ Featuring Arbyis Roast Beef Sandwich 0 Liberty Plaza I Niles-Across From Eastwood Mall DOLLAR BANK THE A.G. SHARP OF NILES LUMBER CO. THOMAS C. MCMASTER 1900 S S S Vice President G d Oh 44420 Branch Manager 744 8484 121 N h S S Teleph G d Oh 44420 12161 545-9791 HUGHES-HOCHADEL C0m"'imems of HAYDU INC- TRUMBULL SAVINGS F 8L LOAN CO. I G5 d Oh 44420 Girard Warren Ph 545 5405 E stwood Man ix ,I Congrzitulations Class ol' "78" nion ational Bank Member ol' FDIC Girard. Ohio Your Personal Banker 222 Ads Girard Federal Savings 8a Loan Association GIRARDS ONLY LOCAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTION LIBERTYS FIRST SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Conveniently located tit: Corner State SL Wilson in downtown Ciiraird Belmont Avenue at Liberty Plnfu "Save where you'll notice the difference. AND LIKE IT" 7 Locations In Youngstown. OH I 80 and R46 in Austintown I X0 84 Belmont Ave. Our budget-luxury concept offers all these features: Complete reservation service Tasty World Family Restaurants Swimming pools Children's playgrounds Free color television Telephones Cribs and rollaways Pets accepted Iexcept where prohibited by law or local rnanagementl Use our advance reserva- tion system to make sure there's room at the Inn. hat's We've got lots of delicious new surprises at Tasty World! America's favorite family res- taurants have become just a bit more special. 4 K Some of our locations now feature savory steaks, broiled precisely to your order. Others offer a delectable array of seafood dishes. gg' 12,31 - A-."q, C? M4' G ,gil 'Wthir' I V , I 'S-" Aff . ff.. " ' ff" 1 'l I 1 'J fs f - . ,' vm 1E . 5. . Q... v W- daft? 4. g 1. ' 3 7 .il d vm Q 2 if ilLiW"" And at other Tasty Worlds, we're cookin' country-style. Of course, all our locations still serve our traditional selection of family favorites, from hearty burgers to hefty breakfasts. Look for our signs along the roadway. Steaks. Seafood. Country Cookin'. All special. All delicious. gg-gg, waitin 5' RESTAURANT Pltm your next Party. Bridul Slioixer. Reception and Graduation Party ul CAPTAIN'S TABLE ROGERS LUMBER COMPANY The Finest in Elegant Dining . 3638 Belmont Youngstown Ohio O S dt ' pen un 'll Phone 759-I not Fmc Food 363 Robbins Ave. Ohio Phone 632-l429 or 345-DI34 Entcrtimment Nightly Youngstown Phone 539-51 I I Your Host: Sum Dliguti 4322 Belmont Avenue I .u mber- H urdware- Paint Ads 223 Congratulations Class or--vs" .IQPAZ FORD .-eg . 0 'iw 500 N. state Girard, ohio " 1 Phone: 545-9735 I ' ' The Only Ford Dealer On North State! Best of luck Seniors ol' "78" ' RONDINELLI y TUXEDo RENTAL 10 fl ll CQ! liugfu lug huh io If ll l I t 0 I xi. ni: :hi : :JT :iq 0 EGF' :kg 'tl' , 0-.:G . . . . .rn . ...c .... :. . '.r:v - .... :. . umzti 1 759-2144 2710 Belmont 758-6994 7381 Market St. Ext. 652-3468 925 Great East Mall Congratulations and Best Wishes to the class of '78 Compliments of Two Great Locations BILL'S FURNITURE SL APPLIANCES INC. 39 W. Liberty St. 3519 Canfield Rd. Girard, Ohio 44420 Youngstown, Ohio 44511 545-1030 793-4475 See Bob Julius See Bill Bodnar "An equal opportunity employer" Congratulations 224 Ads Class of 1978 Best of Luck Class ol' "7X" DR.8L MRS. WM. T. MARTIN 1 I I SQN P ' UN X 'WSH' 51- .99 T5 l,,xL NK 'sg !0xX N Q A: Xb x tl vxxg -A . ff I . 1 QA slmll pass Ihrougli rhis w.-:lH'b:1f vnre. AITVtf700dYfplf'I'tjT7VP 4 ' fha! Iran do or my V - I KN L-1'mz'ness Matfcan A , 1 sliuw Io mgv lummn 15 1 f living, IF! nn' do ll nvw. , V, ' .. . 4 cm '11 fJIHlm'fm!daffC1'0I' . ' . MII. ,,f5fQ.f1fxf0f15naff- ng? 1 1. ' not pa ss 1515 waby V again. ' gl 7 .- -WEXLIBRIS . 9- Ckumgrululallions from ST. ROSE C.Y.O. COI'lgl'21ll1l1lliOI1S 81 Bcsl Wishes to thc class Di' 1978 GIRARD AND MCDONALD DAIRY QUEEN I-IOGAN,S MARKET We I-'culurc Friendly Scrvicc Open Daily X um to 9 pm Sunday 9 to 6 Ads 225 Congratulations 81 Best Wishes Class of 78 X . 5 The Living Room Hughes Plumbing 110 S. State St. Girard, Ohio WARREN, OHIO LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Compliments of Dr. 8L Mrs. S.F. Cosentino Best Wishes To The Class of 78 Edward R. Carney, Realtor DBA Starr Realty 498 Churchill Rd. AppraisaIs-CommerciaI-Industrial 545-9036 545-6337 Congratulations Class of 1978 David C. Hall and Associates Consulting Engineer Congratulations Ben Franklin Stores Girard, Ohio Hubbard, Ohio Locally Owned Nationally Known Treasure Cove Scuba Scuba Instruction Sales, Service, Rentals, Dive Instructions U I? Qiiillfi 'COL fx t , .- '11 1037 Youngstown Rd. sim Niles, ohio 44446 ,qs 1 5 Located in 'N QI V Lester's Sports O Iffv C t en er S gm L 226 Ads Tom's Sewer 84 Drain 215 High Street, Girard "Call Anytime" Service 545-8584 ..T. Best Of Luck was anvil Class of "78" - owner Tom Glass nun .mul H xx li X' K I' gn-wana - AL x gf 28 E. Wilson 419 N. State Compliments of Brine Pharmacy Now 2 Locations to Serve You Full-Time Pharmacist At Both Locations 545-5025 545-2559 X Phone 792-9334 i Romito's Custom Tailoring Sc Men's Wear Expert Repairing Of Any Kind Raymond Romho 5468 Mahoning Ave. prop- Austmtown, Ohio 44515 Qs A msn or "ITALY" llllllllllillllllll 1? mfr' : DELUCO'S SPECIALTY FOODS, INC. I 2710 BELMONT AVE.-PH. 759-0055 Good Luck to Class of 78 Gordon 8: Tom Blackstone Blackstonels Funeral Homes I INTERSECTION OF BELMONT AVE 8. GYPSY LANE I .llllllllllllllllllll SPFCIALIZING IN H Imported! Domesfic.Meals and Cheeses "gl -. , IO4 E Liben St Party Trays and Catering Available - ,- h i -'- 672 C'hurchmyRd' W nomsmrnesw ,mrftna asa' , Girard 0 E99Pl'ntPurmusit:n eq a w W mun smcsns Made Tu ofa.-f 'M .- , 'X T I , -- ,eff Eastwood Mall Custom Hair Q Q 'J gl Niles, Ohio Pieces CATALOG 5 1 ' E W SHOWROOM W i . ..i ast ood Barber and Liberty Plaza Boardman Plaza Store Hours: Mon. thru Sat. 10 am to 9 pm Sunday Hours 12:30 to 5:30 pm Styling Salon No Appointment Necessary Direct Factory Dislfibutofs for Phone 652-4535 Hours, Mon. Thru Fri. 9-7 Youngstown and Warren areas Sat 9-5 . . . 415.455 X Drive Thru Service Available d.'xs:-S':- ,Br . Nagils Pro Hardware Shortstop Party Shop - -'f Bob Thomas Phone: 216-545-0293 244 Marshall Road Phone 545-0214 332 s. State st. McDonald' Ohm 44437 Girard, Ohio 44420 Ads 227 Youngstown Area Warren Area 545-3093 369-2711 Congratulations On The Strip 4256 Youngstown Road S.E. Dollar Bank Of Niles Girard Office l2l N. State St. Warren, Ohio 44484 545-9791 Open Daily 9-5 Giulio M. Fiore Gabriele P. Fiore Friday 9-7 Best Wishes Class of 78 Dr. D. E. DeMarco 8a Dr. E. Wolf Best Wishes from Miss Minnozzi's Fan Club Phil, Simon, Nut, Prune, Bob Veronica, Roberta, Tammy, Mary Ellen Lona, A'Lynn, Renee, Dennis, Jan, Alicia, Candi, Mark, Hallie, Mike ' and Miss Minnozzi Congratulations Collins Appliance 8a Furniture Co., Inc. 267 W. Main St. Cortland, Ohio 44410 Girard Police Dept. Qjuvenile Dept.J Chief Ross Captain Schuyler Juvenile Officer Scoville Investigator William Carney 228 Ads For Girard High News the Year Round Read The Girard News Your Prize-winning Community Newspaper Flowers by Higley's Inc. Gifts, Flowers, dried arrangements Landscape designing SL planting 2 locations Niles 652-4346 and 545-9211 Yo. 799-3246 Congratulations Class of "78" Parillo's Bar SL Restaurant 346 S. Market St. Girard Congratulations And Best Wishes to the Class of '78 Mahoning Country Club Allenls Drugtown Inc. Discount Prescription Compliments of Si1l's Tuxedo Rental Guaranteed fit by Centers Professional Tailors Girard-Liberty 3804 Belmont Ave. Youngstown 68 Boardman-Poland Rd. Boardman, Ohio Congratulations and - ,C , Best of tuck Graham s May God Bless You SL .I 5. Give You the "'i' i Florist And Greenhouses Best of Health iq: 'Eg' Mayor Nick J. "Tiny" D'Eramo, Jr. 945 North State St. Flowers for all occasions Compliments of Girard Machine Co., Inc. 700 Dot Street Girard, Ohio Phone 545-9731 Congratulations class of 1978 The Tennis Connection 1045 Youngstown-Warren Road Niles, Ohio 44446 C2165 544-0329 For the finest in tenniswear! Ads 229 Best Wishes Class of l978 Girard Fire Department LAMPOST Giant T.V. Screens Lunches Daily Congratulations from ALPHA TO OMEGA to the Class of '78 Boy Scout Troop 47 Cub Scout Troop 47 First Christian Church . Girard, Ohio Congratulations Walker Insurance Best Wishes to the Class of '78 Compliments of Agency Inc. GREEN VALLEY y ' TURF FARMS INC A I ' FRIEND 5 1765- Lgbeggtsl- Canfield, ohio irar , I0 Ph. 545-9230 , I LIBERTY SMORGASBORD , "cond ming, hqpen fa you why. ,W din. in W beaulijilb' am .1 mnmmn. Seating for nver one h dad pw,-I.. Phan: ahead .ma fm, ou: any item on rhe mmm. " Best Wishes Class of '78 Fine Family Dining Q II4 Liberty Street Belmont Ave. C1935 8: I-80 5 Youngstown, Ohio 1 Call 759-8263 Banquet Rooms Available Open Seven Days A Week , qJh0.e.652.009g Weekdays: Lunch, II a.m. to ' . 3.,.,,,0,2 .6 It , Arrv. at MRS. JAMES W. 2:30 pm. I - OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK - 1 0 S THOMAS Dinner, 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.l nsuuun Sunday 8L Holidays: II a.m. Sun. - 3:00 p.rn.to . to 8 p.m' lim'-'W NEB. ALL YOU CARE TO EAT! l Mon.,Thu,,' -, 11,00 am-to Free Beverage, Dessert, 8L Icei 12,00 Mid ight - .. ., Cream with Meals Fri asa. - 11:00 almltm LOCATION Great East Plaza JIM FINLEN ' 1:00 a.m. ' Next to East Wood Mall Manager Q 19 Congratulations l Insure your future with vig. . V , 1 7 y 5- W -LJ ' I 1 1 A 'TQ Compliments: LIBERTY INSURANCE TUBE HOUSE Esv. Sl'lERlFF RICHARD A. AGENCY Restaurant 39345 JAKMAS 399 Belmont Ave. and Youngstown, Ohio Buckeye Room Lounge Donald J. McTigue l6l6 E. Liberty St., Liberty Twp. 216-759-2422 Girard, Ohio Catering Services Inquire 759-9456 50-500 230 Ads LAMANCUSA MARKET 2 Davis Street Girard, Ohio 545-9151 Congratulations Class of '78 WAGMAN'S FURNITURE 201-05 W. Liberty St. Girard, Ohio The World has Dr. Isaac Asimov, but Girard High has Mr. Cramer and his Student Science Association ORSINI'S MEATS 3105 Belmont Ave. 759-7933 Fresh Fish 8L Chicken on ice daily Beef 8: ham 8L veal Beer 8a Wine STIZZA BROS. Truck Maintenance 106 Trumbull Ave. Girard, Ohio WHARMBY SPORTS Finest in Athletic Equipment 11 Colonial Dr. Just off Belmont Ph. 759-1682 We Best Wishes From Bill 8: Kathy Davis 413 LOUNGE 1026 S. State Congratulations Class of '78 V.F.W. Post 4419 Girard, Ohio Congratulations Graduates Remember Commencement ls Just the Beginning FOUNDED 'BQ' 1 QB. PENN - 0.1.0 JR. cou.EcE 5 ' 0 ook of on 1- qv!" PENN-OHIO COLLEGE 3517 Market St. Serving Ohio People Since 1912 I TY LOAN BZ. SAVINGS EST 1912 Q S a financial service of CONTROL DATA CORPORATION Congratulations to the class of '78 From JR.-SR.-Y-TEENS 788-5084 I I I , TONYS C t I t' 2fSLS1XFl'7e5 FRANKFORD BICYCLE BEAUTY al ongra u a ions , Rodney G' Stull Prop- HAIRSTYLING Girard, Ohio 44420 Ph Z 545-0392 I 213 Trumbull Ave. PALONE SHOE REPAIR SALON one Girard, Ohio 44420 11 N, State St, l600 E- Liberty Good Luck 759'25l8 Class of '78 Ph. 545-1180 Ads 231 f216l 793-5936 P , 4 Congratulations Class BONAQUIST MOTORS X' 'l' Of 78 INC. HUGHES FLOWERS Congratulations Your Fflendly D0d8C , Cl f '73 Dealer Capuce fewek 114 W. Liberty st. ass O 11.61.Fi31i2ZT8ti'?U"132ZQwEtRY .Cut-Flows G.R. BARTON. MD Been Here 37 Years Dr1ed Arrangements SL STAFF We Serve what wANoA LATrANzo S 86 . We Sell Mgr.!Owner UPPlle5 331 Robins Ave. 545-3833 N1 , Oh' sooo MAHONING Ave. I es lo YouNGsTowN, OHIO 44515 Best-Wishes From-All-The . Congratulations MCDONALD VALU Fourteen-Employees Congratulations Class of 378 KING and Best Wishes 411 Ohio Ave. Hl-LAND-FOODS Class Of '78 BISPECK INSURANCE Menonaid, ohio 44437 'umm AGENCY C 1 1 t' Cl - . - , Ongraolg ass G'fd'd'Oh'0 POZEGA'S TAVERN C I M B, k Jack Templeman Ph' 545-8686 ar ' lspec Congratulations Class of '78 DR. R. CANNON D.D.S. 77 E. Liberty St. Best of Wishes To Class of '78 REGAL UNIFORMS 8 N. State St. IMPERIAL SHOES Quality Family Footwear I6 W. Liberty St. Girard, Ohio Open Fri. Eve till 8:00 THE GRIFFITH AGENCY INC. Insurance-Surety Bonds P.O. Box 418 18 N. Market St. Girard, Ohio 44420 Ph. 216-545-5489 Compliments of HUBBARD FUNLAND W. Liberty St. Hubbard, Ohio Miniature Golf, Driving Range, Batting Cages 232 Ads Best Wishes to the Class of '78 STATE FARM INS. 1804-B N. State St. Girard, Ohio 44420 BELMONT AUTO PARTS Ph. 759-7765 Best of Everything To the Class of '78 from Helen 8: John 8a Staff at KUZMAN,S MlCHAEL'S MEN 8a WOMEN'S STYLING 6012 Market St. Boardman, Ohio 44512 Complete Wig 8a Toupee Service Congratulations Class of '78 GUYS PARTY MART 640 W. Liberty St. Girard, Ohio PERRY'S FLOWER Flowers for all occasions Phone 545-5231 Girard, Ohio AVON OAKS BALLROOM Dancing every Sat. 8: Sun. Congratulations and Best Wishes ANGELIQUE STUDIO WHlTE'S ARCO SERVICE Phone 545-1697 - 108 S. Stare Sr. , Ccgigitgiaiilzins Girard, Ohio 501 Churchill Rd. RALPH S BRAKE Ph.-545-1279 Girard Ph. 545-4083 SERVICE We Care For Your "lf your car is sick, Wheel Alignment O Wheel ex- h Q Hair see Dr. White" Balancing 1 Red Ken Retail Snow plowing, Road Tune-up 8a Tires , .r-ta, 1,.-rr,-:ae Center service, Mechanical repairs. 24 Churchill Road ' Girard, Ohio 44420 Liberty Plaza Congratulations Class of '78 Congratulations SHOE STADIUM GIRARD KNIGHTS BCS, Wishes To Class of '78 942 Great East OF COLUMBUS The Class of ,78 F,-om ,Plaza , Council 2935 From NI1eS,0h10 GIRARD FREE ,,S652.'3l?52. 122 s. srrre sr. O.A.P.S.E. LIBRARY Pm 'SFS 'U ,, 545-5432 BOARD or TRUSTEES Athletic Equipment U garrfghhr nf cztdhrmhrrr AND STAFF AJR, 431119. Compliments of Congratulations RYSTAL POOLS INC. GIRARD Class of '78 1 Office and Showgoom BOOK ,gc NEWS TRIO DRY Best Wlshes 940 N' State t 101 N- Stare Sr. CLEANERS sr CHARLES SHOPS Girard, Ohio Buster Crabbe Pools Anthony fDeedyJ LaCerua Martin fBuddyJ Bornemiss Girard Phone 545-8356 "See us for your books and magazines" CARPET SALES Marshall Rd. McDonald, Ohio 545-8369 36-38 W. Liberty St. Girard, Ohio Ads 233 Best Wishes Good Luck , Class of 1978 Best Wlshcs THE CARNEY SL Class of '78 MQNICQS MCKINLEY , Brokers Builders Insurance MOBIIA CAR WASH MR' 8LMMCBlSUnIgE?NMAS J' Certified Appraiser 639 Slate Niles 652-6341 C' ' I9 E. I,IbCI'ly Si. 545-3322 545-2185 HB . Q Phoho 652-1333 est Wishes to W . Graduating Seniors." il- Congratulations Good Luck. RALPI-rs MOBILE HOME 'O Thfgjgss PRICE HEATING Class OIM78 AND RECREATIONAL 0 I CO.,.lNC.N T Compliments of VEHICLES GIRARD Heating 84 Air Conditioning Ron Crawford- WOMEN'S ll5 E. Broadway IR RD HA W Rick Crawford Girard, Ohio G A RD ARE RTE. No. 422 FOQEEQLL Phone 545-3722 McKinley Heights Niles, Ohio Good Luck To The Class of l978 QUALITY INN NORTH 4250 Belmont Ave. Yo., Ohio 44505 Congratulations class of '78 DR. D. S. MICHAELS A.T.E.S. TECHNICAL SCHOOL 2076 Youngstown-Warren Rd. Niles, Ohio 44446 You can have a college man's career without 4 years of colleg We offer courses in Electronics-Television Refrigeration And Air Conditioning C. Compliments of THE LITTLE WATCH SHOPPE Seiko watches 44 W. Liberty Girard, Ohio STATE GIRARD AUTO SUPPLY PRINTING co. 201 N. Slate Sr. Fe'te'pf?hh SALTONE'S PIZZA Girard Ohio amd Om' 44420 28 I5. Liberty st. AND DR. D. R. Ph 545-4336 Joseph Tripoti DAIRY ISLE DELBENE Slogking Name Ph. 545-5533 621 North store st. I N- State St. Brand Parts I.CllCfl'lC21CIS, El1VCIOpCS, Congfalulaligns 234 Ads "If we don't have it, we will get it!" . Office forms, Business Cards Class of 1978 Congratulations Congratulations class of .t78,, Good Luck - Congratulations Class ol' "78" BELLE MARC class of "78" PERKINS I UNIFORIVIS, INC. PANCAKE AUSTIINVS Your CEmPIeIe5I'U0flm Shop DR. RICHARD HOUSE astwoo a LOUNGE Southern Park Mall D' ARNOTT 2704 Belmont Ave' Mill Creek Mall Good Food Congratulations DR. CHARLES Best wishes Compliments 8 M, PAROS to the Class of of from the 36 State St. 1978 A I C l ' '77-'78 CIIRARD I Illflflfffgns ROYAL GARDENS FRIEND HIGH SCHOOL I BAND l 'l 'I FASHION TWO TWENTY X COSMETICS I BIANCO MARINES Bess ffishss 920525 Sf- IISIEHNTQIIZIXIEE ' fI'f C I ' 545-1493 MCDONALDSS way o I e ongriartgxistlons Jim 8L Patty Fowler Assoc. Directors l I GDIUIY - W REALTOR' U ' Congratulations Cgrgfaflagggs , Class of "78" 355 0 I compliments of SI M3Ec3NhEarlEc5'QtLTY 0 . THE GIRARD HIGH SSSIISQQ4 Glfsfd Hlgh I ATHLETIC a'nd Band Boosters ASSOCIATION 5914 Belmont Ave. Liberty 759-8244 Ads 235 , P Mr. Ronald lnfante Herfl' Jones Company Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert Johnson Mr. 84 Mrs. Johnie Holmes Mrs. Edna Davey Mr. 84 Mrs. Paul Frankford M. gl Mrs. Vincent J. Marearcllo Mr. 84 Mrs. Light The Barnes Family Donald 84 Barbara Piecueh Espanol lVg Juana, Juanita, Cintia Mrs. Sara Parker Dorothy 84 John Thompson The McGinnis Family Hank, Marguerite, Liz. Christy 84 Hank Cigolle Mr, 84 Mrs. Rocco Moderalli Jr. 84 Rick Mr. 84 Mrs. Peter P. Shelby Mr. 84 Mrs. William Dobosh 84 boys Coach Jamieson "Greetings . . . From Asbury Park" Bill 84 Angie Suich Mr. 84 Mrs. Donald Danko Patty 84 Erie Neely Mr. 84 Mrs. William Cornrnan Mr. 84 Mrs.Alvin Posnovski-M.J.M. Mr. 84 Mrs. John Bogatay Jr. Mr. 84 Mrs. Glenn Gottschalk Mr. 84 Mrs. Greg Gottschalk Mr. 84 Mrs. Peter Kolenich The Esten Family Mr. 84 Mrs. William E. Jones Mr. 84 Mrs. A.C. Dietz Gene Rochette Mary 84 Butch Rees TRONS Mr. gl Mrs. Eugene H. Roch Mr. 84 Mrs. Henry Rochette Kirk Rowles Mr. 84 Mrs. William Kinnick "Just another lost angel" Mr. 84 Mrs. Michael Hudak Mrs. Matt Maharick Mrs. Richard Arnott Mr. 84 Mrs loseph Prunesk ette 84 "Soupy 84 Family .. . . 1 . Mr. 84 Mrs. John Katchmerg Debbie Cgl. Diane James Rees Mr. 84 Mrs. George Karabin The Montgomery Family Mr. 84 Mrs. Alec Hudak Mr. 84 Mrs. Bob Price "Prune 84 Luke" Mr. 84 Mrs. Al W. Park Don Davidson "Society's Wild Ace" "Glitter and Glow" Mary Jean Choppa Mr. 84 Mrs. Mr. 84 Mrs. Harold H. Barte "The Three Family Stooges" Donald E. Parker ls Mr. 84 Mrs. James D. Maderitz P.J. Clubg P.L, E.E.. J.R., T.L., F.R., SJ "Wish you were here" "Lisa, Lisa, Sad, Lisa. Lisa" Mr. 84 Mrs. Donald Bloom Mr. 84 Mrs. Joseph Criscione Mr. Cgl Mrs. Jack O'Connell Robin 84 Ray Romitof"Buo Attorney Thomas E. 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