Mount Hebron High School - Valhalla Yearbook (Ellicott City, MD)

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It is also a special frame of mind - an attitude which is exemplified by our nation's celebration of a proud heritage. Spirit means being free to do what you want to do or say. As Jonathan Edwards defined spirit: "A man of a right spirit is not a man of narrow and private views, but is greatly interested and concerned for the good of the community to which he belongs." Spirit is the vital element that gives us the will to do our best. It is the inner drive which encourages, a life giving force - a force that moves our bodies with life, energy and power. Never giving up when defeated, being truly dedicated to something: giving it all you've got - these are attributed to that intangible force called spirit. GEL.. ,Ji The Class of 1976 and all members of Mount Hebron faced a changing world, in much the same way that the colonists of 1776 faced a changing world. Thus, in this Bicentennial Year we shared with our forefathers not only an anniversary but a distinct kindred spirit. With reflection and grate- fulness we accepted the heritage of the past and with determination and spirit we looked to the promise of the future. -1 55:4- ,QD 5961 The year of spirit saw it sag- ging a bit in a number of loca- tions. New York faced default, the equal rights amendment faced defeat, Gerald Ford faced opposition and Hebron students faced each other. The student population was over-capacity , an "up-down stairway" failed, there were not enough lockers, free mods were a thing of the past and traditionalism returned to the classroom. But, an undaunted spirit looked not to the problems, but instead concentrated on the fall of '76 when the new addition would be completed and ready for stu- dents. ' s vu-1' P sv - E -ef: X21 ff ty' 'Q' ' Z' wifi, I' 4 ' I ' s O ' . ' g il , I A 1 5 , n :V v , ' L 7 'V . fer' .WL Spirit was evident in '76 with the formation of a human relations committee. In January this group sponsored a different type of dance which was well- attended and highly successful. Other students also rekindled spirit by trying new ventures such as the Drama Club's presentation of "The Miracle Worker," in the theatre-in-the-round fashion. The Class of '76 inaugurated a bonfire in the fall, a ski- trip in the winter, and an entire week of activities which they designated as "Senior Spirit Week." I2 sp wh 'pf-K Q 'E ff.. ai x . is X? I-9 -'A -.1 ,..,, ni, - ,t -'13, J 'l Ns' 'gprgfgigg The spirit of the students that stood in the drizz- ling rain around the bonfire to cheer a football team evolved into a spirit that planted ivy around the new addition, crammed for finals, sang at baccalau- reate , marched to graduation and to the future . ii :ff ' pjxni Pdf ,I r in t 1 I i 15 HLCDNGIS , 14 .-In . -. HY . :A- ,A.m .r V' 1- -'vk V 9v:.1'!5. Seb: lf,?fL.Zff.v-4,,.3'5 v " -,fu H... MM If Asked their opinion about the concept of spirit, the members of the Senior Class replied . . . "Ra Ra Ra" - Tony Notari "Knowing what you believe and standing up for it." - Tracy Rectanus "Working for a goal, and succeeding." - Bob Sorbo "Living today like you've never lived before." - Steve Grill "A Hebron-Howard football game." - Linda Lanier "Being involved." - Cathy Mammarella "America." - Steve Trent "High hopes." - Marlene Rooney "Everyone pulling for Mt. Hebron." - George Schwalm "Having a sense of adventure." - Laury Turyn "The movement of yesterday that made many tomorrows today." - Phyllis Orman "Caring. " - Sue Benner "A pep rally." - Bill McDermott "What keeps us going." - Jean Makowski "Thinking that we're finally going to beat Howard this year . . . alright, next year." - Judy Ammer SPIRIT IS THE CLASS OF 1976! I ! ! ! - everybody! X.. xx ,X 7 'Qx 'TF The Valhalla editors wish to thank the Senior Class for their thoughts on spirit. We also wish to thank Tom Perry for his art contributions and Ken Katzen, Roy Grant, Danny Sullivan, Kirk Rossmeissl and Dave Windley for their photography efforts. 'J-" I 15 , :lx - 1 1 , x '----1....,..,,,.. ww 4""N.. I' r Qu-f1.'x' , w wjlk J 2' ft Zhi:-., 24 14 A -rf . .' t -ni GEORGE WASHINGTON 1 Wash . . . "l cannot tell a lie" . . . fond of cherry pie and giving orders . . . Dislikes Valley Forge and wooden teeth r if' 4 ' . . . Greatest asset is my long V' white hair . . . Seen with . .. Martha, my army. 4 5, PRESIDENT OF THE U.S. of A. W A uw, r Lf v lf J Ay' .9 ,f 2 A H ' - " 69? 415 cs' ' J-af 4' pri Wa as ,, x if f .U I ff' ,J I ,fe 'U f tl X iy, ,, ' if 1 Father of Our Country DAVIDG ADAMSON Dave Likes skttng Seen w1th Matt Paul Crazy Rick and Tony Footballl 2 3 4 Lacrosse2 3 4 WILLIAMG ADAMSON Wimp Likes load on time camptng skiing Greatest asset ts golf carts Pet peeve ts no free time and Algebra II Seen with Wtmpy John Crazy Rick Mike One Punch Ski Club 3 4 Back Packing Club 3 4 Bike Club 3 4 ' " 1f1'Lw4,Fdf'i 4 , 'I W 'I ' i 'C 5' N. . ,r vt KELLY LEA ALLEN Ke If tn doubt don tl Likes Ken dancrng and drama Italtan food Greatest asset IS ab1l1ty to talk non stop Pet peeve 1S not graduating early Seen with Ken Martet Betty and others Student Senate 1 Class Representatlve 1 2 Junior Board 3 Cheerleading 1 2 CCapt Thesp1ans3 4 Drama 1, 2, 3, 4 AFS 2 JUDITH ANN AMMER Hey Jude Likes going out staying in being with friends Greatest asset is srrulrng a lot Cespectally on commandj Pet peeve ts mayonnaise Seen with Laura the Cookie Committee Tur key Marcia and anyone else who ll have me Drill Team 2 3 4 A 2 3 4 Vahalla Staff 3 4 fSect1on Editor 45 NHS 3. 4 Marching Unit 1 .lm FS.." wx I JANET LYNN ANDERSON Calamity. . . "Arouwgh! Arouwgh!" Ca seal cally . . . Likes Music, Band trips, and all the great people I've met here . . . Seen with Sudie, Feet, Racoon, Little Devil, and other Band Naybors. Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 AFS 3, 4 MARK SALVATORE AVARA Likes fishing carpentry Ocean City Pet peeve IS Eng lish winter and waking up in Kevin Tom Steve Greg Ro MARK GORDON ANDERSON Andy . . . "Hey good lookin' " . . . Likes Beer, Wine and Girls . . . Greatest asset is dependability . . . Pet Peeve is Democrats . . . Seen with everybody. AFS 4 FFA VoTech 3. 4 Student Senate 4 4T"'Z? X SHARON FRANCES BAKER Baby Bake Oh brother I don t believe it Likes Singapore Slings G E F Greatest asset is my friends Plans to book to Ft Lauderdale Seen with whoever is around Field Hockey 1 2 3 Capt 2 Basketball 1 2 Co Capt Volleyball 2 Chorus 1 RICHARD ANDERSON Crazy . . . "You win some and you lose some: that's life" . . . Likes Space, golf, Par- ties, Getting out of school . . . Seen with "the over the hill gang." Basketball 1, 2 Ski Club DAVID KERRY BALTHIS Dave Up yours Likes swimming fast cars eating Greatest asset is peeve is noisy people Seen with Steve Todd Bob Joe Tim Marching Band Stage Band Pep Band Stage Crew BETH KATHLEEN ARMSTRONG Bethany . . . "Don't worry about it" . . . Likes Track, The Moody Blues, Justin Hay- ward . . . Greatest asset is talking and running . . . Pet Peeve is intervals . . . Seen with Keller, Rebec, Reen, Jo or Paisan . . . Track and Field 1, 2, 3, 4 Indoor Track 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3 NHS 3, 4 Musicals 1, 2 J. V. Field Hockey 2 CHERYL ANN BARKLEY Sherry Oh well' Likes Ray having fun and rid ing around and listening to Oak s Business English class people stuck on themselves and people stopping in the mid dle of the hall Seen with Ray and anybody who will be seen with me Pep Club 1 21 . ,F 1 . 1 4 x 1 3 1 1 1 " , 1 1 1 '. " 1 1 1 1 1 1 'I x ." 1 1 1 . I . l i H x . - , . ' l . . . . . ' , . 3 , I . S . A . , . x , K 6 ,. . . . y l U I' . u l l . . K . x . the morning . . . Seen with Lauderdale, Silver Porsches my way with words . . . Pet tapes . . . Pet peeve is Mrs. i . V , X 1, x 1 l A ' I x . . . I . n l , . . I , bl ' . ' . ' , .1 , I . , , . . 1 . . . . , . - . . . . , 2 - . 5: 54, .1 it ' 'K -3--J, , 4,4 FRANCIS SCOTT KEY Fran . . . "Oh, say can-n-n-n you seeeee?" . . . Likes Ft. McHenry, beating the British, writing popular tunes . . . Dislikes those bombs bursting in air . . . Seen with the Ft. Mcl-lenry rowdies. Composer of the National Anthem 1',, 3 new , 'sz' it 1 ox,,' L I , . we 5 L ' 'L f -V, ,V , - o,. " 1 2 . N KYLE L BATES certainly Music fCh1C3g0J and pm balls Greatest asset is the ability to write A report on short notice Pet peeve 1S Mrs Logan s English class Seen with Steve Greg Jim and Russell Journalism 4 Chess 2 3 MICHELE LAMONT BEATTY Mush Oh yeah? and David Pet peeve is the lack of sleep and coming home before 1 a m Seen with Lisa and Co David and anybody else CHERYLENE DENISE BECK THOMAS M BELDEN WELL Likes boys or Alky L1kesf1sh1ng Greatest asset is my car Pet peeve is moving Seen with Gup Lynn t.he smoking area Darvn Roslyn and Pepper Basketballl 2 .gt . . . Likes Ocean City, . . . Likes Michelob, BRLH, men, cars, and good times buzzing. golf cart riding ls BARBARA ELLEN BELL Beady Eyes . . . "Got any gum?" . . . Likes panies, San Francisco, A1 Pacino . . . Greatest asset is my mouth and protuberance . . . Pet peeve is D. and P. disease and Maryland . . . Seen with a bunch of snozzles including C. G . , R.D. , M.V. , C.D., S.B. , G.W. , and C.N. Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 Tennis 1 REBECCA BETH BOENDER Becca . . . "Why is he so cute?" . . . Likes Paul. cur- tain calls, and West Virginia . . . Greatest asset is long blonde hair . . . Pet peeve is people who answer a suggestion with, "Hmm, I don't know." . . . Seen with Bethany, Kel- ler, Reen, the Paisan and the Turkey II twhenever possibleh. Drama 1: Musicals 2, 3: Thespian 4: NHS 3, 4: Field Hockey l, 2: Girls Track 3, 4: Indoor Track 4: AFS 2, 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Honor Guard 3, 4: Special Olympics 2, 3, SUSAN ELIZABETH BENNER Sam . . . "Oh, that's terrific!" . . . Likes the thea- ter, Streisand songs and rainy days . . . Greatest asset is my good friends . . . Pet peeve is no free mods . . . Seen with Pee Wee, Brian, Class of '75, anybody connected with drama, and the "Fink." Field Hockey 1, 2 Gymnastics 1, 2 Drill Team 3, 4 Senior Board 4 Chorus 4 Valentine's Court 3 Hebron's Musicals 3, 4 Thes ians 4 CLIFF FREDERICK BOLTZ "Good Morning!" . . . Likes classes with substitute teachers, new can of tennis balls, and the way things were . . . Greatest asset being naturally quick- minded, cordial, imaginative, etc. - and modest . . . Pet peeve is hypocritical submitters . . . Seen with anybody, nobody, shadow and Co. Tennis 1.2.3, 4 Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4 NHS 3. 4 LISA L. BINDER Likes . . . traveling Colo- rado, and driving through the country . . . Pet peeve is peo- ple always being late . . . Seen with Laurie Dede, Betty and Peggy. QL' PATRICIA ANN BOONE Boonie . . . "O.K., get out of my life." . . . Likes West Virginia, spring, motorcycles . . . Pet peeves are A.R. and T.H. . . . Seen with other neighborhood, anyone. RICHARD L. BISHOP MELVYN BERNARD BOYD Cool . . . "Solid, for real, and right on." . . . Likes Mrs. Tabler, Mr. Mahar. Shari Kelly . . . Pet peeve is get- ting called out of class while into work . . . Seen with Pete, Nedra, Ioan, Bente, Rod. Basketball Track 4 23 gh ' WITTIEST - Mindy Sorg and Bryan Denson JEFF W. BRADSHAW BEVERLY KAY BRONSON Katie . . . "Praise the Lord" . . . Likes Jesus Christ, seeing people get saved, fellowship in the Lord . . . Greatest assetl am a Christian . . . Pet peeve is seeing things unorganized or done wrong . . . Seen with Canby, Anne, Karen, Shanks, Mike. 24 Ab- LUANNE BROSENNE Lu Lu . . . "I don't know" . . . Likes gymnastics, work- ing and O.C .... Greatest asset is John . . . Pet peeve is snobs, and John being away . . . Seen with Debbie, Cindy, and Robin. Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 3, 4 Track 1 Hockey 2 Pep Club 2 DEBRA ANNE BRUNS Bertha, Buns and 42 . . . "Chump" . . .Likes Ani- mals, guys, and Ocean City . . . Greatest asset "My Big Mouth! " and Dunn's asset! . . . Pet peeve is arriving at school on time . . . Seen with Tim, Jean, the gang, and everybody. DEBORAH ANNE BUCHWALD Debbie, Bucky . . . "Oh Yeah!" . . . Likes Steve, teaching kindergarten, and the Ocean . . . Pet peeve is Phony-Two-Faced people . . . Seen with LuAnne, Cindy. Chorus 1,2 -4 MARK VICTOR BRADY Mark . . . "The hell with it" . . . Likes Ocean City, Bas- ketball games, and summer vacation . . . Greatest asset is my smelly feet . . . Seen with Steve, Mark, and Porky Pig. Basketball 1 Baseball 2 ALAN ANDREW BURGESS Burgee . . . "Pretty good!" . . . Likes sports, good food, nice looking cars . . . Great- est asset is getting a good job with good pay . . . Pet peeve is pushy people . . . Seen with Steve, Rodney, Mark, Jeff, Russell. KAREN JANE BRAND Carmen . . . "That's a joke" . . . Likes springtime, laugh- ter, and good friends . . . Pet peeve is show-offs . . . Seen with Phyl, Jayne, Lita, Bij, and the rest ofthe gang. Pep Club 2 AFS 2, 3, 4 Radio Club3 NHS 3, 4 Sr. Board Rep. 4 -, GWEN ANNE BUTTLING Butts . . . Y'know what I mean? . . . Likes football season, doritos, having a good time . . . Greatest asset is convincing Sue of just about anything . . . Pet peeve is Mondays . . . Seen with Sue, Lynnie, Connor, Shaun, and the Senior crowd. Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain 2, 4 Class Rep. 3 S.S. 1 Gymnastics 3, 4 MARY KELLY BROCK Keller . . . "There's George" . . . Likes the Beatles, Pine trees, and cool teachers . . . Greatest asset is drawing the Beatles . . . Pet peeve is Yoko Ono, "Daisies", the halls . . . Seen with Bethany, Becca, Reen and the Paisan. Basketball 2, 3 Cavaliers 4 NHS 3, 4 Girl's Track Mgr. 3, 4 Special Olympics 3, 4 ..-4 SHARON ELAINE BRODERICK Shern . . . "Wow, isn't he cute . . . Oh, Brother!" . . . Likes cold weather with snow, having fun, long week- ends . . . Pet peeve is unfriendly people . . . Seen with Terd, Diane. Debi, Karen. Judy. AFS4 Chorus 3, 4 Pep Club2 Bicentennial County Chorus 4 KIM SUZANNE CANNON Peanut . . . "l don't know" . . . Likes boys, Drill Team, weekend parties . . . Greatest asset is being short . . . Pet peeve is Algebra . . . Seen with Mela. Leighba, the rowdy lunch table gang, almost any- one. Cheerleading 1 Drill Team 2, 3, 4 Chorus3 Drama 1, 2 MELA J. CARDNO Mello. . ."That's o.k." . . . Likes exciting games, "dumb jocks," partying . . . Pet peeve is Drill Team hassles . . . Seen with Patty, Core, Keeps, Dilegge, Kimba. Drill Team 2.3, 4 Homecoming Float Committee 1 Homecoming Dance Committee 4 25 if GEREN LEE CARNAHAN Camie . . . "Hey, wanna go to the Oriole game tonight?" . . . Likes base- ball, softball, and Oriole games . . . Pet peeye is '69 World Series . . . Seen with Bob, Mike, Dennis, Ohio, Joe Apathy. Baseball Mgr. 2, 3 Football Mgr. 1 JOHN ADAMS Johnny . . . likes Abby, free- dom . . . dislikes warring with France andlor England . . . Seen with Abigail, Old Ben. John Jay, Eli Whitney . . . Aaron . . . Greatest asset is being short and stout with a ruddy complexion. 2nd President of the U. S . Boston Tea Party ROBERT POWELL CARTER lII Bob. . . "Decent" . . . Likes adventure, good times, and making money . . . Greatest asset is my knees . . . Seen with Kevipoo, Bull, Stilts, Arte, Muv. NHS 3. 4 Class Officer 3, 4 Class Rep. 1, 2 Football 1 Lacrosse 2, 3, 4 LISA ANN CASTEEL Little Indian . . . Likes plants, snow, parties . . . Greatest asset is my friends . . . Pet peeve is getting up in the morning . . . Seen with Ms. Mush, Murphy, Pam, Ker- rie, Candy. Chorus 3 REGINA MARIA CASTRO Repe . . . "Uh well, Isee my "Cito" today . . . Likes to read, know and work with people and the flowers . . . Greatest asset is my eyes . . . Pet peeve is insects . . . Seen with everybody. AFS Exchange Student Cavliers ,lo- N: JOHN DANIEL CHETELAT, JR. Chet . . . "Why don't you be white about it?" . . . Likes DeSales, beer and week ends . . . Greatest asset is my ath- letic ability . . . Pet peeve is Black Label and football prac- tice . . . Seen with DeSales, Pudge, Bob and any other par- ties. Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Wrestling 4 Lacrosse 2, 3, 4 Indoor Track 3 Varsity Club 3, 4 RUSSELL COLE CLARK Russ . . . Likes Lynne, the beach, cars . . . Greatest asset is getting along with peo- ple . . . Seen with Lynne, Fran, Kyle, and loe. f , li? 1 DAVID JOHN CHILCOTE Dave . . . "You had to be there" . . . Likes YES, run- ning, camping . . . Pet peeve Mrs. Hill'spracticals . . . Seen with Dave, Tami, Larry, etc. Football 1 Cross Country 2, 3, 4 Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 3, 4 SHARON LEE COMBS "You Creep" . . . Likes Ron, Sundays, Animals . . . Great- est asset is my stereo . . . Pet peeve is English period 2 . . . Seen with Karol, Lori, Pam, Nancy, and Debbie. PAMELA ANN CHRISTIAN Noodle . . . "Look at that guy" . . . Likes riding horses, dancing and Mike . . . Great- est asset is my witty personality . . . Pet peeve is getting up early . . . Seen with Sharon, Diane. lane, and Kathleen. TIMOTHY HEDGES CONNOR Connor . . . "Dyn-a-mite" . . . Likes Skiing, Miller High Life. and partying . . . Great- est asset is putting up with Thorton . . . Pet peeve is Burly Bob . . . Seen with Corndog Ir. , Pusster, Jimbo, and Thorton. Class VP 1 Class Board 3, 4 Football 2, 3 Drama 1, 2 Ski Club 3, 4 DONNA MARIE CLARK Don-Rie . . . "What are you laughing at?" . . . Likes Johnny Carson, Cheesecake, and gossip . . . Greatest asset is being able to eat anything and not gain a pound . . . Pet peeve is hangovers . . . Seen with Carol, Linda, Ro, Both Kims and all the guy jocks! ! I Drill Team 2. 3, 4 Drama 1, 2, 3, 4 Thespian 3 Sec. 4 Class Sec. 2 Yearbook 4 WILLIAM DOUGLAS COPE Doug . . . "Ah come on, give me a break" . . . Likes music, outdoors and sports . . . Greatest asset sense of humor . . . Pet peeve is one way streets . . . Seen with Greg, Brian, and Jeff. Basketball 2 27 Go .es 33 ri! BIGGEST FLIRTS Krm Cannon and R1ck Gavltn RENA MAY CROFT Reen S1t on rt Know anymore? Greatest asset rs patrence et peeve IS people who take credrt for thrngs they don t do and but ms Seen wrth Keller Bethany Becca Parsan Specral Olymprcs 3 4 Semor Follres 4 28 SHERYL LYNN CROSS Shert Where s the party? Lrkes partres drrll team frrendly people Greatest asset 1S determ1 nauon to fulfrll a good career rn dental hygrene Pet peeve rs clrques and snobby people Seen wrth Mtndy Grnny S Sal G anyone else around Honor Guard 1 2 Dull Team 3 4 Chorus 3 Float Commtttee 3 4 ms. BRIAN W DALTON Strlts Aachoooo' Lrkes three stooges run dle weekends sports Greatest asset 1S my hat Pet peeve 1S wrestlrng matches Seen wrth Moon Mess Sal Joe Mac Football 1 2 3 4 Wrestlrng 1 3 4 Lacrosse 2 3 4 Varstty Club 3 4 Class Government 1 2 3 Nat Honor Socrety 3 4 TERRI LYNN CORCORAN Cork Lxkes good ttmes and frrends Seen wrth Amy Val Beth Mrchele and the rest of the rowdres NHS 3 4 Decorauons Commrttee Gymnastics 2 va QL KAREN LESLIE DAVIS Davrs Howdy gang' Lrkes Walt gymnastrcs and weekends Greatest asset 15 my serrous attrtude toward everythmg et peeve 1S berng a member of a totally unrecognrzed squad Seen wrth Walt Beth and other assorted nuts Cheerleadrng 1 2 3 4 Gymnastrcs 1 2 3 4 Homecomrng Court 1 Valenune s Court 2 Yearbook 4 ' S P. ,X N fx A 1 xkwlw K tw- I 4534 . ' ' i n 'L ' 0 5 7 ,tj ' 1: A ,. 'Kg F . 4 ,XX "0 , .. , Q 4,1 u I o ' ' . ,. t , p . .I .. I f 1 N ' - I 0 Kilt -. 1 ff' 6 t .fx 4 X . si, -rl?-5 g, It ' , ' . 'Q' 1 a I 1 . . I I . n . ' 'P ' ,' 'I , , s.s.1 ' ' ' 6 I We 1 KENNETH BRUSH COTTER DAVID W COUNCELL Ken Llkes sa1l1ng ten H15 water sIt11ng Pet Peeve 1S Pappy s SHERYL JEAN DAVIS L1kes shotguns physlcal graff1t1 Nagshead N C Greatest asset IS my dr1v 1n Pet peeve IS stayrng home durrng weekends Seen w1th paruers rntellectu als over the h1ll gang ARTHUR ANTHONY DeCARLO once L1kes lots of par IICS sports s1ng1ng Greatest asset IS never gettrng angry Pet peeve IS be1ng tumed 1n Seen Wllh Mac Bull Drnger Pretty Boy and M1chael Football 1 2 3 4 Lacrosse 2 3 4 Sk1 Club 2 3 4 Vars1ty Club 3 4 CAMBY COLLIER COUSINS Camby Yeah sure Llkes deep snows an1 mals people Pet peeve 1S cafeter1a food Seen Wllh Kat1e Anne K1m Aprrl Janet G1rl s Chorus 2 Equestrran C1ub2 3 4 DONNA LOUISE DEMBECK Chns Flor1da The Beach Boys Pet peeve 15 whrney peo e Seen w1th Pam Tommx L1 l Cuban Karen Jayne D1ana CI'lI1S Yearbook 2 3 4 ICO edltor 1n Clnefb NHS 3 4 Honor Guard 2 3 4 Internauonal Club 2 Roll Assrstant 4 DAVID COLIN CRASS W1ll1e That explarns everythrng Llkes hot burners mus1c shooung class f1vers Greatest asset 15 ded1cauon to mus1c and fnends Pet peeve 15 woman s l1b Seen w1th Melrssa hm Sue Satterbutt Rt,g1na Concert Band 1 2 3 4 Marchmg Band 1 2 3 4 Stage Band 1 2 3 4 B1ke Club 1 2 All County Band 1 2 3 Honors Band 4 Thesprans 4 Musrcals 1 2 3 4 Chorus 4 BRYAN DAVID DENSON runmng Swedlsh look1ng women George Carl1n Greatest asset IS my legs Pet peeve LS senrors who d1sl1ke underclassmen Seen w1th everyone that WIII bt, seen w1th m Cross Country 1 2 3 4 Outdoor Track 1 2 3 4 Letterman s Club 1 2 Yearbook Staff2 3 4 Newspaper Staff 3 4 Student Advocate 4 29 A K, Sheri . "Over the hill" Artie . . . "YOU only live "I feel nauseous!" . . . Likes "Gimmeabreak!" . . . Likes : 5 . . , , -h I , - I . P1 n I . . Y . I I Z - -I.. , I . . v ' ' I . ' . - ' ' ' g, THOMAS JOHN DIETZ Tom what s hap outdoors partying The Rolling Stones et peeve IS that there rsn t a beer machine rn the cafete r a Seen with Kevln Scott Rick Bryan and Chris Radio Club 4 Newspaper3 4 Student Advocate 4 Wilderness Club 3 Bike Club 1 K it ', .-H 14. 6 '-N, - . - BENJAMIN FRANKLIN .Q ' Old Ben . . . Go fly a kite' , . . . . Likes electrical storms ' l cracking witticisms . . . Dis- - likes shocks . . . Greatest in Philadelphia with old cro- , nies . ,- Inventor Signer of the Also . 4 Declaration of Independence ,ff,fC NS I 5 : ,. , . . W , ' 1 A 1 7 . g ' N, 'I asset is my bifocals . . . Seen x if N. f N . - ' J A: X ,Q I - .. - Q , x K X I 'li 5 MICHELE EDITH DILEGGE D1 1 egg Huh good time Pet peeve is a broken arm from gymnastics Seen with The Home room Gang and Cathy and Terry Gymnastics 1 Ski Club 3 Drill Team 4 JEAN MARIE DONNELLY Jean YeeYoll sit on oceans and people Great est asset is my eyes et peeve IS George s Class Seen with Debbie Rosanne Moochas Ginny and everyone e se Homeroom Rep 1 Volleyball 2 Gymnastics 2 3 4 Drill Team 4 DEBBIE A DUDAR Duda West Virginia Mountains crazy people bubble gum Pet peeve is Charlie s dittoes Seen with Jess Maureen Gone Gory and Death Cheerleader 1 2 Field Hockey 2 3 4 I K ' y -It ' - ' ..." ..." .' ...'.'Oh...I pening" . . . Likes the What" . . . Likes having a them hands . . . Likes parties, forgot . . . . . Likes ' ' ..'.P ' ' ".'..P , ' i . . . ' ' , . , ' ' I . I I ., , . ' . , ' 1 - . ROBIN P. DUMLER CANDACE M ETSON 6. 2' . I SHARON ANN DUNN "You booger". Likes Mike, Colt games, cacti . . . Great- est asset is Brun's other asset . . . Pet peeve is shorthand homework . . . Seen with Mike and other assorted friends. HOBART RAY EVANS Likes Sherry cars parties Greatest asset 18 everything to do with school Seen with Sherry Rob Bruce Football 2 Baseball 2 3 CLARK OWEN DUNPHY Likes music. sports, girls . . . Greatest asset is my ability to get along with others . . . Seen with Gus, Scott, Dave, Fran, Bob. ,,o it If JOHN FREDERICK ECKES "J mean really" . . . Likes people, laughing, parties . . . Greatest asset is my easy-going personality . . . Seen with Susan, Tom, Laury, Beth, Mark. Mountain Editor N.H.S. President A-6' . SUSAN KAREN FEESER ue Oh brother Likes parties thunderstorms peeve IS the crowded halls Seen with Jennie Janet Suzanne Debbie Equestr1anClub2 3 4 Skt Club2 3 4 JOHN FRANKLIN FLEMING Q RAY---' . . my body l. u. . Pet peeve is horseback riding . . . Pet MARCIA LYNN FULLER Marseea . . . Likes weekends on the boat, wild socks, guys . . . Greatest asset is my tow- ering height . . . Pet peeve is "The Aspirin Age" . . . Seen with Patti, Judy, Sacko, Diane. etc. Thespians Chorus 3 QPresidcnt 45 Gymnastics 1. 2 HNS 3, 4 AFS 3, 4 32 LESLIE ANN GARRICK Leslie . . . "Want to catch a buzz?" . . . Likes partying, traveling, socializing . . . Greatest asset is my bowl and generosity . . . Pet peeve is people who don't act their age . . . Seen with Deany. Christa, Lisa, Patti, Lunch group during RICHARD SCOTT GAVLIN Bull . . . "Yea, Rea1ly" . . . Likes beer, weekends, and girls . . . Greatest asset my partying ability and looks . . . Pet peeve football prac- tice . . . Seen with Kev, Prit- T-Boy Carter, Artie, B.B. Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 3, 4 Lacrosse 2, 3, 4 Class Rep. 1, 2, 3 Weight Lifting 3. 4 SALVATORE GREGORY GENTILE Sal. . . "Is that a fact?" . . . Likes weekends, sports, girls . . . Greatest asset is my skiing ability . . . Pet peeve is Carol's pumpkin head . . . Seen with Linda, Greg, Brian, Mindy, Sheri. Ski Club 3, 4 Varsity Track 1 I.V. Baseball 2 Wrestling 2, 3 JA'NET CAROL FREUDSTEIN "Freud" . . . "I hate this class" . . . Likes O.C., sun- tans and traveling . . . Pet peeve is getting up early and boring classes . . . Seen with Sue, Suzanne and the Towson gang. Ski Club 1, 2.3, 4 Swimming DAVID RAY FRIEDMAN "WOW" . . . Likes skiing, football, and weight lifting . . . Greatest asset is making smart remarks . . . Pet peeve is stuck-up people . . . Seen with Linda, Brian, Joe, Greg and Art. Football 3, 4 Wrestling 1 Track 2 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4 'OS LINDA CAROL FRISKEY ANNE HAYNES FRUIT "Everything happens for the "What?" . . . Likes talking best" . . . Likes good music, and laughing . . . Pet pecve is ice cream and Europe . . . cold rooms and Mrs. Osing say- Dislikes saying goodbye . . . ing "Get out a sheet of paper Seen with Pam, Diane, and . . .!" . . . Seen with ever- Tracy. yone. MARY FRANCES GIBSON JOHN JAY GILL DANIEL RAY GINGRICH GARY ROY GINGRICH Mare . . . "Watashiwa anatao Gillster . . . "Lets catcha Danny . . . "You dummy" "Alright" . . . Likes skiing. aishte imusu" . . . Likes bas- buzz" . . . Likes money, . . . Likes Scuba diving, ski- scuba diving and Ocean City ketball, Japanese food, cook- hunting and herbs . . . Great- ing, shooting . . . Pet peeve . . . Greatest asset is the abil- ing . . . Greatest asset is my est asset is the ability to sleep is math teachers . . . Seen ity to fudge physics papers singing voice . . . Pet peeve . . . Seen with Bill A., Rick with Dave, Jeff and Kim. . . . Seen with anybody, is being bored . . . Seen with A. , Bill K. , and the Over The everybody. and nobody. Pam, Sharon, Diana. Hill Gang. Skiing 1, 2, 3, 4 Girl's Chorus 4. Freshman Football Benchwarmer 33 ff- is-X5 1 15 wa.. 1 'PJ' 3-sl' ,gy fnwrr' "0-J 3.-:AJ A erm of lv l ffl s., IOHN PAUL JONES l have not yet begun to frght Lrkes hrs sh1p Betsy 1S lrkes grenades Greatest asset 18 hrs determrned nature Seen wrth assorted sal tres Naval Offrcer JEFFREY BRIAN GLASCOCK Buggs Take ll easy Lrkes sports huntrng Greatest asset rs knowrng how to lrve rt up on specral occastons Pet peeve 1S Monday morntngs Seen wrth Bruce Larry Dave Mrke and T T Football 1 2 3 4 Baseball 2 Lacrosse3 4 Varsrty Club 3 4 Skr Club MM AUGUST WARD GLASS Ward L1kes musrc gu1 tars work Greatest asset IS people who don t apprecrate Jazz musrc VICKI LYNN GOODEN RICHARD WARREN V1ck1 Guess what? ' GOURLEY Lrkes Gary rrdrng Weasel around weekends et peeve IS school Seen wrth Gary Kathy and others and the outdoor lrfe 1S great parents Pet peeve , I P wa ROY R. GRANT III Roy-Boy . . . "You think so" . . . Likes caving, backpack- ing, photography . . . Great- est asset is my house at Harkers Island . . . Pet peeve is crowded places . . . Seen with Big Kev, Grcnnon, Dudar, Whittemore and anyone who will go backpacking. Thespian 2, 3, 4 Bike Club 2, 3 Yearbook Photography 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 3, 4 Youth Operetta 2, 3, 4 School Service 2, 3, 4 JOHN S. GUERCIO CHUCK GRIESSER "Let's catch a buzz". . . Likes to party, party, party . . . Pet peeve is pigs Coinksb . . . Seen with Tony, Bob, Mike, and Crazy Rick. LAUREL ANN GUNTHER Laurie . . . "Rea11y!" . . . Likes being with friends, party- ing, having fun . . . Pet peeve is stuck-up people . . . Seen with Susan, Wendy, Gus, Bill, and more. Cavaliers3 STEPHEN ERIC GRILL Steve . . . "To each his own, but don't get in my way . . . Likes 250 watt stereos, Ludwig drum sets and the Drill Team . . . Greatest asset is my musical talent . . . Pet peeve is dropping sticks during a drum solo . . . Seen with Tim, Tood, Joe, Mark, and Bob. Bike Club 1 Wrestling 1 Marching Band 1. 2, 3, 4 Stage Band 3, 4 Junior Board GYPSY Man of La Mancha Pit Orchestra DEBBIE D . HAINES KATHRYN L. GRIM 2. GEORGE L. HALE Flash . . . Likes blonde hair blue eyes, good qualities . . Seen with Tommy, Larry Randy, Rick and Marge. Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Lacrosse 2, 3, 4 35 ROBERT JOHN HANNIGAN Bob . . . "Hi Pattie" . . . Likes Pattie, art galleries. and creating works of art . . . Greatest asset is my artistic abilities . . . Pet peeve is people who say "I don't care" . . . Seen with Pattie, Dan and an assortment of others. Football 1, 2, 3. 4 Student Gov't 2, 3 Class Rep. 1, 2 Polish Club 2 Bike Club 2, 3 36 GEORGE EDWARD HARMENING Likes horses, money and sci- ence . . . Seen with Ted, Ed, Steve, and Jeanie . Equestrian Club President Senior Rep. GREGORY WARREN HARMIS Greg . . . "Sit on it" . . . Likes pinballs. Chicago, and Ocean City . . . Pet peeve is Mr. Oppelt's Physics class . . . Seen with "Him," Steve, Hugh and Kyle. Chess Club 2, 3. 4 BETH ANN HARRINGTON Likes the ocean, long walks on the beach, and friendly people . . . Pet peeve is phony peo- ple . . . Seen with whoever. MATTHEW MARTIN HALL Mitt Hold the phone Lrltes track sunshtne and Doc Op s lectures B1sl1etb1ll 1 Cross Country 1 " Indoor Track 3 1 Outdoor Track 3 4 NH .3 4 qV1ce Prestdent lj V1rs1ty Club 3 1 ROBERT JOHN HARRISON o Seen wrth Ed New comb George Harmentng Jeanne and Shetlt Maher DEBORAH LYNN HAMMOND ppe Soltd Lrkes people chrldren and sports Greatest asset IS sports Pet peeve ts Rosyln Jones and Raymond Askrns Seen w1th Dana Avta Marlene Renee Cherylene Volleyball Basketball Workrng wrth Chtldren I SCOTT HAUF Scott Ltght em up Ltkes gtrls cars out doors and Mtchelob beer Greatest asset rs my red Mus tang Pet peeve ts securtty cops and Nauonal beer Seen wtth Stan Jrm Krm Marcra and Stacey PATRICIA ANN HAMMOND Trrcxa But but Lrkes skung partres frtends Greatest asset IS my beauttful body et peeve IS Sunday drrvers Seen wrth Cathy 'und Joe Char he and other frtends Workmg Skung LAUREN TERESE HAY Puddrn I m havtng a trauma Ltkes summer ume at the Ocean Ptna Cola tas and laughtng et peeve IS gettrng up early Seen w1th Dede Ltsa Peggy and Patty Drtll Team 0 3 4 ELLEN LOUISE HANNA Ellen Lrkes skydlvtng 62 turds freedom from home Greatest asset IS my par achute Seen wtth lock Joan Maron the lunch table 83118 Yearbook 4 Radto Club 3 4 Stage Crew 'K 4 MARK ALAN HI-.IM Hrm Yea rtght Lrkes Mr Mahar s Grwmmar Class long weekends holrdays Pet peeve IS Mondry momrngs Seen wtth Fran Kotter Hummer Ffej Donk 37 - 1 g u l -1- , ,H Pc I A '.. - .. - - 1. .. - x . - -11 l 1 xr 7 I ann , , , " ' I ' ' '... ... 3 ' ' ,,, 1 ' 1 1 -' K- M ...P- , - IH B --n L 1 K In x 1 X ' 1' ... " . , ' 1 , - . - 1 1 1 ' 1 ' . , I . 1 s, , . 1 K, K ,. , v L Q.. 3 ,. , X .. I - I I , ' X ., . K Bb-l' .. ' 1- ..- . .. - - - ,, I . ,, . 1 1 ', ' 11 - -A , v 1 1 "- 1 1 ' ... - . 4 1 4 I . . . . ' - , I K ' ' - 1 ...P' ' . --' ... ... " , -" '1 1 ' 1 X1 xv '1 - l 7 I v . v 1 , 4.4, , ei. Q-ag.. .-l WENDY L. HEMP Likes camping white Rolls Royces music . . . Great- est asset is my good friends . . . Pet peeve is Italian body at lunch table 41. f' ii ig ff! L iffff AARON BURR Hates Alexander Hamilton and being hassled by creditors Greatest asset is my great marksmanship Seen with Tommy Jefferson and other great men Vice President of the United States of America JEFFREY ZANE HENLINE e . . . Tell it to someone who cares . . . Likes girls cars . . . Greatest asset is my yellow Mustang . . . Seen Danny . SUSAN GENE HEVENER Sudie . . . Oh really? . . . Likes all band activities languages sewing . . . Greatest asset is my smile don t work when they should . . . Seen with Regina Bob Val Nancy and Wanet. Marching Band 1 2 fSec. 3: Sec. VP 47- Concert Band 1 2 3 4- Stage Band 1- County Band 2- Pit Band 2 3 4- Chorus 2 3 4' AFS 3 QVP 43- NHS 8 4 County Chorus 2 SUSAN JEAN HINDS ue. . . Anyway . . . Likes Cary dogs long weekends . . . Pet peeve is freshmen and crowded halls rel Janie and the rest of the MacDonald s gang. Ski Club 2 AFS 1 , I ff .. .. . .. S .. .. food . . . Seen with every- with Jenny, Rob, Bill, Dave, . . . Pet peeve is people who . . . Seen with Ma, Squir- THOMAS HERMAN HINTON TH . . . "Gotta smoke" . . . Likes Michelob, party- ing, camping . . . Greatest asset is getting back in school . . . Pet peeves jocks, Eng- lish, teachers, and the system . . . Seen with Stacy, Bob, Connie, Chuck. and the Over the Hill Gang. Football 1 DRAKE A . HUBER SUSAN BETH HOFFMAN Huff. . . "I don't know" . . . Likes David, weekends, Dolly's cheeseburger subs . . . Greatest asset is worrying . . . Pet peeve is early curfews . . . Seen with Karen, Mar- lene, Cathy, and David. Class Rep. 1 Drill Team 2, 3, 4 PTSA Secretary 4 JUDY LYNN JACKSON 1.1 .... "Oh, look what it is." . . . Likes horseback rid- ing, swimming, boys QPaulJ . . . Pet peeves are the school rules, mods changed to periods . . . Seen with everybody. DAVID EDMUND HOMMERBOCKER Dave . . . "You're an idiot!" . . . Likes girls, music, wres- tling . . . Greatest asset is the inheritance of strength . . . Pet peeves are English and grits . . . Seen with Laura, Tom, Dan. Joe, and McDonald's crew. Wrestling 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 3, 4 KATHY LYNNE JACKSON Kath . . . "That was so embarrassing!" . . . Likes little kids, warm weather, Corvettes . . . Pet peeve is when people burp . . . Seen with Mollie, Jackie B. , Cindy, Marie, Mag, Tina. Class Rep. 1 Chorus4 TODD KEVIN HOWARD "You could take that two ways." . . . Likes summer days, hikes in the woods, Fri- day nights . . . Pet peeve is Saturday morning. it . 4 SCOTT RAYMOND JEFFRIES Likes eating, girls, living . . . Greatest asset is learning to live to the fullest . . . Pet peeve is people who talk too much and don't say anything . . . Seen with nobody in par- ticular. 39 Qt, ,N MOST STUDIOUS Erica Petersen and Matt Hall PATRICIA ANN JENNINGS MARK ANTHONY JONES Pete . . . "Go ahead." . . . Likes work. play . . . Greatest asset is Mr. Katzen . . . Seen with Denise, Robin, and the twin. Football AO JOSEPH BERNARD JUDGE III Joe . . . "You had to be there." . . . Likes music, parties, Saturday night . . . Pet peeve is Sunday morning . . . Seen with Tim, Steve, Todd, Jim Bo, Bob. Cross Country 1 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 3, 4 KERRY SCOTT JUDGE Pudge . . . "Where's the party?" . . . Likes parties, women, Ocean City . . . Seen with Chet, Jake, Fran, Con- nor, Gary. Football 1, 2, 3 Baseball 2 Golf 1, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 Ski Club 4 Weight Lifting Club 3 LYNN MARIE KASSAKATIS Kass . . . "Do l gotta?" . . . Likes Ocean City, sum- mertime parties . . . Greatest asset is to own a Trans Am . . . Pet peeve is school . . . Seen with Kelly, Leslie, Wendy, Barbara, Pat. RODNEY BARTH JESTES Rod . . . "What's happening "dudes"'?" . . . Likes Impe- rials, girls, flick of my Bic . . . Greatest asset is my big bank account . . . Seen with Gary, Gil, Russell, Ken Dave. Q' AMY LAURA KEEPERS Keeps . . . "So what's going on this weekend?" . . . Likes friends, parties. memories . . . Greatest asset is my sense of direction . . . Pet peeve is Logan's English Compositions . . . Seen with Terri, Bij, Pat, Dillegg, and the rest of the rowdies. Honor Guard 1, C, 3 Drill Team -1 NHS ll, -1 Class Rep. 1 Yearbook -i Makeup Crew Float Committee 3, -1 JACQUELINE ELIZABETH DARLENE VANESSA JONES IOLLYE Misr. Birdie . . . Likes Tom Jackie . . . "l can't explain . . . Seen with Judy, Tanya, it." . . . Likes Women's Lib, Tom. swimming, summer . . . Pet Cavaliers 3, 4 peeve is snobby people . . Seen with Kathy, Candace, Cindy, Marge, Tina. Chorus 4 BRUCE E. KERR MARIBETH KELLERMANN Helli Kelli . . . "Shut up!" . . . Likes children, making things, drama . . . Greatest asset is my abilities . . . Pet peeve is people who criticize other people . . . Seen with Kathy, Kim, Susan, Marynell, Diana. Chorus3 Drama Thespiansfi COfficeJ4 KIMBERLY BETH JONES Kim . . . "Round them there cows up, Bufus." . . . Likes Ronnie, nose slits, soap operas . . . Pet peeve is soul music . . . Seen with Nancy, Ron- nie, Sharon, Nancy, Carol. f4"'x DESALES KELLY De-De . . . "Buy it with what? My good 1ooks?" . . . Likes Danny, summer, thun- derstorms, fattening foods . . . Greatest asset is my hon- esty . . . Pet peeve is fat football coaches. . . Seen with Danny, Patti, Mela, Pat, Bob. Student Senate 1, 2 Senior Board 4 Float Committee 2, 3, 4 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 41 RACHELLE ALMA ESTELLE KERN Shelly Kern . . . "lgnorant" . . . Likes cooking, sewing . . . Pet peeve is never any toilet paper in the girls' bath- room . . . Seen wit.h Tanya, Barbara. JAY D . KEYARTS CATHERINE MARIE KIEFFER "Cath" . . . "Hi" . . . How ya doin'?" . . . Likes people, chocolate . . . Pet peeve is rainy days . . . Seen with the T-1 I-lomeroom gang and Terry. Drama SHARI LYNN KELLY Lynn . . . "Get yourself together." . . . Likes guys. dancing, just having fun . . . Pet peeve is little petty argu- ments . . . Seen with Dawn, Cherylene. Mitzi, Saronda. Pepper. Pep Club 1 Human Relations 1, 2, 4 Q- x X WILLIAM THOMAS KIRCHHOFF Wimpy . . . "That's the way it goes" . . . Likes camping, Harker's Island, flipping golf carts . . . Greatest asset is kitchen table parties . . . Pet peeve is parties at Centen- nial Lane . . . Seen with One Punch, Wimpy, John, Crazy Ricky, Thompson. Ski Club Wildemess Club MELISSA ANN KLINE Mole . . . "Guess what?" . . . Likes band trips, ani- mals, the ocean . . . Greatest asset is my calculator . . . Pet peeve is people who smoke . . . Seen with Dave, Regina, Bente, the band. AFS 1, 2, 3, 4 NHS 3, 4 Marching Band 1, 2 Librarian 3, 4 Symphonic Band 1, 'Z Librarian 3, 4 Pit Band 3, 4 ,e.t so vkgsgft X LORETTA LANCELOTTA CYNTHIA LOUISE KLOETZLI Klutz . . . "Get me out of here!" . . . Likes getting mail, dancing, pigging out . . . Pet peeve is dissecting rats . . . Seen with Stew, Suzy, Noodle, Young Life and dramatic friends. Cheerleading 1 Co-Capt. 2 Drill Team 3 Second Lieut. 4 NHS 3, 4 Drama 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 3 Thespians 2, 3, 4 LINDA MIKEL LANIER You know how II ts' Likes friendly people walking on the O C boardwalk mus tard Pet peeve is cold weather Seen with Lynn Patti Lisa Jeannie Gregg Field Hockeyl 2 3 4 fCapt J Skt Club 3 4 Ban 1 2 Yearbook4 KEVIN LEE KNISLEY Pencil . . . "Definitely a zero on the Richter." . . . Likes driving, the Fonz, sports . . . Greatest asset is the ability to tell stupid jokes . . . Pet peeve is rookie drivers . . . Seen with Weasel, Peterhead, Toad, Stinny, The Baron. Golf 2, 3, 4 Tennis 1, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2 Varsity Club 3, 4 DEIDRE JOANNE LAURER DeDe Likes trtveltng walking along the ocean shore people with a warm smile Pet peeve is the way the country is being turned into the CII Seen with Laurie Lisa Jay JOAN DIANE KROEGER "Really'?" . . . Likes Dave, Fine Arts, summer . . . Pet peeve is Otto . . . Seen with Dave, Erp, Carol, Mike, Julie. Pep Club2 Tennis Team 2 Drama 3, 4 Ski Club 4 if-'-es., -ti Af V TERRI KAY LAWHORN Terd You dumb btmny Likes Joe sunshine weekends Pet peeve IS Monday mornings Seen with Joe Sharon Karen Sue Tom AF 1 O Pres 4 Chorus3 Cavalier Co Capt Cap 4 Bicentennial County Chorus 4 43 1. , ', . iy... -- ', , 3 ,,. . . s,e,3 . , .4 fd- '-1,2 B -. .3 x ES -Il WILLIAM GUST LECOS Bill. . . "Really?" . . . Likes "A" lunch period, play- ing pool, free mods . . . Seen with Gus, Laurie, Bobby and more. Lacrosse 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Marching Band 1, 2 MOST TALENTED - Sue Benner and Bob Sorbo TAMARA LOUISE LODDER Padatta . . . "You klutz!" . . . Likes Bill, bare feet. apples . . . Pet peeve is peo- ple who get drunk . . . Seen with Sharon, Big Nance, Lynn. everyone and anyone. Boys Track 1 Girls Track and Field QCapt.J 2, 3, 4 Cross Country Manager 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2 NHS 3, 4 44 BIJEN LOKMANHEKIM Turk . . . "What a hunk!" . . . Likes parties, good times, Ocean City . . . Greatest asset is my turkey legs . . . Pet peeve is Sunday . . . Seen with Cork, Ral- stino, Keeps, Suzanne and the rest of the rowdies. Volleyball 1 Chorus 1 NHS 3 S.S. 3 Treasurer4 Float Committee 3, 4 GREGORY JAMES LONG Stud . . . "l don't feel like practicing today" . . . Likes sports, sweet tarts, playing putt-putt golf . . . Pet peeve is two-faced people . . . Seen with Mikey, Stilts, Sal, Joe, Mack. Football 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4 LISA MICHELE LOPATKA Mona . . . "Ya know what I mean." . . . Likes Tommy, weekends, and big Mac's . . . Pet peeves are rainy days and getting up early. t HRISTA LYNN LICNAU KERRY S LINDLER Chris Dig it How s it going? Lrkes Likes Eddie Ocean C1ty Fri free time p1rt1es Pet day nights Greatest 'xsset peeve 1S English classes rs my car Pet peeve is Seen with Crazy R1ck John getting up rn the morning Dave Debb1e J K1ren Ginny BARBARA LINDSAY Bobbi Lu Oh my God Lrkes pomcgranates camping summers in Nag s Head Pet peeve is gorng to school Seen with any Track Manager 1 Fleld Hockey 2 Bike Club " 2- TONY I LORD CI-IRISTA MARIE LOSIEWSKI Pickles Is anything gorng on thrs weekend? Likes Dav1d Bowie partying Pet peeve is rainy days Seen around PATRICIA LOUISE LOWMAN Patti That bugs me to death Likes looking on the b6ardwalk 1n O C sports certain people Greatest asset IS my lame brain Seen wlth Bob DeDe Mer Linda and generally people Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1 Float Com mtttee 4 NHS 3, 4 DAVID B LIVESAY 9' Y""5 ROBERT JOHN LUCIDO o What do ya say' Lrkes Laurie baseball weekends Greatest asset 1S3II"lILIIC3b1IlIy et peeve is guts Seen w1th Laurle Danny Fran B111 Football 1 2 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 45 X , 1 1 . . 'I xg xc , ' lx , 1 I I I I I I x ' ' I I I II I ' ' I ' ' ' ' 6 . ' . I II I ' II ' I ' y , ' . I I II I ' ' ' ' ' ' . . . . I. , I . . . . I - Seen with Dcany, Eddie, Chris Chorus'Z one. lr I 2 I I I X X , e ' Vw ,8 I ' , xl. V X R ,. xy , 14.43 , - I ' ' ' Bb..." i" X I I I -1 I I 3 I I I x I I' . I I I ' I I I . I . . . . nfbgsm S xx 4 we X X M sgs 5 '07 4,-1 E JOHN HANCOCK Jack Got anything for me to sign? Likes fancy penmanship Pet peeve IS writer s cramp Seen with the signers of the Declaration of Independence First Signer of the Declaration of Independence BRUCE DANIEL LYMAN Goose . . . Ive ot another one.' . . . Likes the outdoors bowling and Christmas Trees . . . Greatest asset is my friend- French . . . Seen with Dave Tami Dave Matt Lunch Table I. Indoor Trackl 2 3 4 fCapt.J Outdoor Track 3, 4 NHS3 4 GEORGE TERRENCE MAHAR Murphy . . . Likes the 2:21 bell graduating music . . . Greatest asset is electronics . . . Seen with the over the hill gang. KEVIN TREACY MAHER Kev . . . Hey Turkey . . . Likes vacations the out- doors Ms. Ohiem . . . Great est asset is my nice body . . Pet peeve is Carol s ten ques Prit-T-Boy Carter B.B. Artie Mikey. Football 1 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Varsity Club 3 4 Indoor Track 2 3 CANDY PAYE MAGEZ Can . . . Want to get smashed?' . . . Likes music beach wine . . . Greatest asset is kindness . . Pet peeves are Mon- . . . Seen with Loretta Karol Sherry Lisa Linda. ' V' ' g rl nu 11 liness . . . Pet peeve is tions . . . Seen with Bull. days, school, and crowds . . . . . . , , . PTH is NANCY LOUISE MAISEL Maisel Woman . . . "Are you serious?" . . . Likes Jesse, horses, Canadian Club . . . Pet peeve is Volkswagons . . . Seen with Jesse and various wild women. Gymnastics 2 Volleyball 2 Equestrian Club 2, 3. 4 JEAN MARIE VERONICA MAKOWSKI leannie . . . "What time is it?" . . . Likes the sun, the mountains, and making others smile! . . . Greatest asset is my smile . . . Pet peeve is selfish people . . . Seen with Doris, Bonnie, the clods of '75, Cheerleading 1, 2, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4 Softball 2, 3, 4 .I.V. Track 1 Volleyball 3, 4 NHS 3, 4 Class Rep. 1, 2 Polish Club 2 CATHLEEN THERESA MAMARELLA "It was so funny . . . I guess you had to be there." . . . Likes Joe, Quisp, the ocean, . . . Greatest asset is my Volkswagon . . . Pet peeve is disorganization . . . Seen with Joe, Tricia, Charlie, and other assorted people. Drill Team 3, 4 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 Float Committee 2, 4 GARY WENDELL MARTIN Weasel . . . "What's happen- ing?" . . . Likes cars, girls, sports . . . Greatest asset is my athletic ability . , . Pet peeve is stuck-up people . . . Seen with Timmy, Francis, Pencilman, Debbie, anybody else. J.V. Basketball 1 V. Basketball 2, 3, 4 J.V. Baseball 2 V. Baseball 3, 4 V. G01f3, 4 I.V. Football 2 MARILYN ANN MARTIN Mare . . . "Oh, Pooh!" . . . Likes picking up guys, backseat rides to O.C., Lake Linganore . . . Pet peeve is running into rear end fenders . . . Seen with Codger, Julie, Susan, Danny, ISLI. I.V. Field Hockey Gymnastics VALERIE LOUISE MASTEN Val . . . "lt's 9:00 and I have 5 more hours of homework to do." . . . Likes Jim, Christ- mas carols, a light feathering snow on a pine tree . . . Greatest asset is my verbosity . . . Pet peeve is indecisive- ness . . . Seen with Beth, Amy, Terri, Robin, Bijen. Class Sec. 1 Gymnastics 1, 2 S.S. See. 3 Musical4 l CAROL A. MARTIELLI Ml, SHEILA CHRISTINE MAYER Squeels . . . "Yeah" . . . Likes Edmonson drive-in, Col- lege Park, Blab's . . . Great- est asset is my quiet touch . . . Pet peeve is double dat- ing . . . Seen with Jeannie, Scott, Scott, Fred, Kim. Homecoming Ct. 1 S.S. 4 Special Olympics 2, 4 47 WILLIAM JOSEPH MCDERMOTT, JR. Mac . . . "You dink1eberry" . . . Likes Carrie, parties. and sports . . . Greatest asset is my thumbs . . . Pet peeve is offensive days, chemistry and periods . . . Seen with Carrie, Stud, Stilts, Mike and the rest of the senior crowd . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 3, 4 48 MICHAEL A . MCDONALD CHARLES ALBERT McKENZlE Chuck . . . "Hoooo . . . Catch a buzz" . . . Likes beer, food and a reefer . . . Greatest asset is car and music . . . Pet peeve is jocks . . . Seen with Tony, Pete, David and Andy. MARK ANDREW MEASSICK Mess . . . "Got me hanging" . . . Likes Shelly, big parties . . . Greatest asset is my pick-up truck . . . Pet peeve is two-faced people. dorks and sharks . . . Seen with Shelly. Brian, Greg and anyone else. Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Lacrosse 2, 3, 4 Indoor Track 1 LINDA GAIL McCAULI-'Y Don t mrnd us we re Just delrrrous Lrkes drrll team delrrlum frts havrng my arm scratched and beattng Joe at wrcstlrng Greatest assets are my sarcastrc remarks Pet peeve rs greasy harr and chrpped na1l pollsh Seen wrth Rose Mare D C Carol and the other guys but mostly wrth Joe Class Offrcer 1 NH 3 4 Wrestlrng Stat 3 4 Dr1II Teamf' 3 4 Co Capt 3 Capt 4 .eil DIANES MENUSTICK Dram, Lrkes to travel hrstory and przza et peeve rs football and rarny days Seen w1th Lrnda Tracy Betsy Laury Pam AFS Iournalrsm It s Academrc Team Back to Nature Club MARIET LOUISE MCCRUMB Mar Pooh What s hap penrn 'V Lrkes surfers Calrf and the ocean Greatest asset 18 her personallty iwrrtten by K Allenj et peeve 1S ra1n Mondays wln ters Seen wrth Betty Kelly Jean Debbre and most everyone Freshman Class Rep 9 Human Relatrons Club 12 F LYNN ALLISON MERGEHEN What a wh1p Lrkes O C ammals and berng wrth frrends Pet peeve IS berng bored Seen wrth Nanc Pat Lrsa Lrnda Gwen and anyone else Gymnastrcs 1 2 3 4 Cheerleadrng 3 4 Yearbook Sk1 Club 3 4 ROBERT WILLIAM MCCOLLEY The Nose Ah your mother s easy Lrkes Pat cars and partres Greatest asset 15 gettrng out of school my Z 2B Pet peeve rs snobby gtrls and a yellow Mustang convertrble 119703 Seen w1th Pat Brran B111 Dave Don Mark Dave and the rest of the gang Chorus Golf JAMES ANDREW MERILLAT 1m C mon people Lrkes warm burners long walks the theatre Great est asset rs my sparklrng person alrty and warm sense of humor that emanates from me and 1nsp1res those around me Pet peeve rs patronrzmg Seen wtth Fanny Mrs B Zelgfeld Percy Vrney B NHS 3 4 Mus1cal2 3 4 Drama 2 3 4 Chorus 4 Thespran 2 3 4 Pres 4 Who s Who Among H S Musrc Students FRANCIS ALBERT MCCULLOGH Brg Al Wherever you go there you are LlkLS the outdoors skung and travel rn Pet peeve 15 Englrsh classes Seen w1th Scott Rlck and Knutson Wrestlmg 1 2 Cross Country 2 Football 1 U DIANE ROBIN MERRILL If you want some dung bad enough you must lct rt go free If rt comes back rt s yours but rf rt doesn t rt was never really yours Lrkes long talks wrth frrends Pet peeve rs empty mall boxes Seen wrth Lolrta lay Shern Deb and everyone e se AFS Club 2 3 4 Horse Club 2 3 Spectal Olymprcs Chorus 1 3 4 Track 1 Freld Hockey 1 ' Ks 1 1 1? . if Q . 1 11 ' 1 ' , ,1 , ' , ' u l 11 1 - 11 11 D . I 11 I H1 H 1 '.. . 1 ' . 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 , H . . 1 ' ' , , .. - 1 . . . . . . . P 1 - . . . 'g . . . 1' ' I 7 I I ' I I 1 1 n n ' , . . . 3 ' ' , . 1 1 , ' ' , , ' . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 G , ' , 'x '1 1 - -1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 . , . ' 1 S 1 x . u I .11 1 - . , . I -agree FY xx 0514 lk I , ,X is N fb t ff ,1 . . .P . ., , . . . ' , ' 1 . . . 1 . . . - . l I l H . . , , l . . . , . . - I . . ,'. 1 ' ' ' 11 1 1 . 1 1 1 . . . . I . i 7 l . . 1 n n 1 u u ' '- 1 . . . . . . , 1 ' 1 1 . , , 1 1 1 - - lr. ' D I 1 1 1 l I ' I 1 1 1 1 1 . MURRAY STEPHENSON MILLS IR. Steve . . . "What's hap- pening" . . . Likes girls, parties. and Michelob . . . Greatest asset is my car . . . Pet peeve is fake people, nothing to do and work . . . Seen with Greg. Rob and Chuck . S sv' Wh ,N -tiny.,-N . 4 I , f. X "lu tbgglf 0 A MARTHA JEAN MOORE Marty . . . "I don't exactly Liz know how to say this, but . . ." Likes people, partying and Steve . . . Greatest asset the Pinto . . . Pet peeve is the different cliques in Mt. Hebron . . . Seen with Violet, Steve, Randy, Patti and Debbie. Student Advocate NATHAN HALE Nat . . . "I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country." . . . Likes boat rides, being a seaman. Dislikes getting seasick . . . Seen with fellow sailors and swabbies. ELIZABETH JOAN MUELLER Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 DAVlD BRYAN MULES Dave . . . Likes football, piano, ice cream . . . Greatest asset is my honesty . . . Pet peeve is people that aggravate me . . . Seen with Ken, Mike. Steve. Chess Club Key Club PATRICIA ANN MURRAY a What s happemn 1 es P E Rob an Mrs Schtnrdts campmg trlps peeve IS I Hebron s false blond cl1ques Seen w1th K1m Ltnda Ian Marty Rob MARY LOUISE MYNAUGH Mary Wanta go for a wallt' Llltes AFS par IILS N1agara Falls and band mustc Greatest asset IS bemg able to tell ll from a l1a b1l1ty Pet peeve IS some one gomg out of the1r way to hurt someone Seen w1th Janet Patty Bente Reg1n-1 and S1ndy AFS Chorus J. 4 Rrfle Team 3, 1 Musrcal 3 JANICE LINDA MEYER an Boy Howdy L1kes Ocean Clly fr1ends 1n Md and crabs et peeve 15 people who are late and unorgamzed Seen w1th Lynn Lrnda Patt1 and everybody EDWARD OWEN NEWCOMB Seen w1th Ted George Bob and Steve Equestnan Club Q MICHELLE AN TOINETTE MEYERS M1tz1 What Cheryl'P L1kes poetry bexng alone Bunky Greatest asset IS danc1ng Seen w1th Cheryl Ch1ck DOIIS Gupa and Bunky Trackl 2 Human Relauons 1 Sp1r1t Club 1 Chorus 2 3 Dr1ll Team 3 4 Funny G1rl 4 LOLITA LORETTA ELIZABETH NISLEY L1ta What a turkey Llkes sw1mm1ng snowy mountaxns and the Hustle Greatest asset IS a bank account Pet peeve IS 1d1OI1C peo e Seen w1th Juana Phyl Carmen D1ane and NBAC gang NH 3 4 Pep Club 2 AF 0. 3 R.ad1o Club 3 M1xed Chorus 3, 4 JAMES BERNARD MYNAUCH Mynoff You me lll you don t know" Nobody told you! Lrkes Golf partres good fuends Greatest asset lS my ab1l1ty to talk my way out of anyth1ng Pet peeve IS perfect class attendance Seen w1th Golf team Chess Brke Club 1 0 NHS Chess Club 1 G 0 3 4 Vars1ty Club 3 4 Newspaper 4 R ANTHONY NOTARI Rotary Note Tony Football Student Gov t 51 eff , I 6. , ...I -1 I 1 V T ,Q I . . . L'ka . ., , d ' ' , ' ' ' ' . . . " 1 ' . cheerleader 1, 2 team, Senior card tablogang. . . ,2 I H . ' ,2, 3,4 ' . olf-, . I f f 75S S' I . ' ' ,X A , I . I "na" ' ff' yy V p - ' 1' . ple . . . I ' , 13,4 ' ' - S.. N . wf' xx "Mom . . . I won't be home for breakfast. " ,. ' s . .J ,,',. IEFFREY KENNETH O'BRIEN O.B. . . . Likes backpacking. kayaking . . . Pet peeve is being pulled over for "routine checks" by Ho. Co's . . . Seen with Bart, less, Debbie, Maureen, Roy. JULIE LOUISE OWENS Jewels . . . "Oh well . . . that's the breaks" . . . Likes snow, mountains, summer . . . Greatest asset is my smile . . . Pet peeve is insincerc people . . . Seen with Cheryl, Debbie, Carol, Erica, loan. Young Lifefl Bandfl Majorettefl iq, LAUREN VIRGINIA PALMER Deany . . . "Go on now, quit making me mad" . . . Likes the ocean at nighttime, Friday night drive-ins, partying . . . Pet peeve is people who always bull shit . . . Seen with Chris J., Christa, Sara, Judy, Cindy. JACOB WILLIAMSON PARR Jock . . . "Huh? . . . What?" . . . Likes Ellen, cars, skiing . . . Greatest asset is my ability to answer questions . . . Seen with Ellen, Pudge and the lunch table gang. Class Pres. 1, 2 Football 1, 2, 3 Wrestling 1 S.S. Vice-Pres. Spring Play 3, 4 Yearbook 2, 3, 4 Howard County Student Gov. 4 STEPHEN C. PEASE Steve . . . "He shouldn't have done that" . . . Likes pinball. music, Ocean City . . . Greatest asset is my ability to cut . . . Pet peeve is English class. . . Seen with Kyle, Greg, Jim, Pam, Donna Basketball 1, 2 pl .l SUZANNE O'CONNELL Sue. . . "Really'?" . . . Likes people, eating, looking at magazines . . . Greatest asset is understanding others . . . Pet peeve is boredom . . . Seen with Feese, Freud, Val, Bij. Keeps. Senior Board Student Advocate 4 Float Committee 3, 4 Dance Committee 3, 4 J.V. Hockey 2 f6' , If--. PAMELA LYNN PERRY Pam That s disgusting' Likes Ed chocolate chip ice cream and inything lavender et a hearing 11d Seen with Donnt Tommr L l Cuban Jtyne Yeirboolt 'l 3 'l QSec Ed JJ 1Co editor tn Chief 13 Honor Guard 0 .3 4 CC1pt11n JJ Pep Club 0 lnternwttoml Club Roll Assistant 4 DIANE O'DELL TIMOTHY JOHN PETERS Peterhead He Likes cars girls basketball Seen with Gary Kevin e LAURA SUSAN O'RElLLY "You stooge" . . . Likes Drill Team, music, drama . . . Greatest asset is my curly red hair . . . Pet peeve is Doc Op's Physic tests . . . Seen with Judy, Eddie Ryan, Fanny Brice, Turkey, Cindee. Drill Team 2, 3, 4 Chorus 3 Drama Musicals 1, 2, 3, 4 NHS 3 , 4 Thespians 3, 4 AFS 2. 3, 4 T' PHYLLIS ORMAN Phyl. . . "Oh, c'mon you guys" . . . Likes Strauss, steak subs, England . . . Greatest asset is my blue eye and my green eye . . . Pet peeve is snobs . . . Seen with Carmen, Jayne. Lita. AFS 2, 3 Pep Club2 Mixed Chorus 3, fl Radio Club3 Jr. Board Sr. Board NHS 3, 4 ERICA RAY PETERSEN GUS PIKOUNIS Atrie Well listen what s gotng on tonight9 Likes New England snow partying Pet peeve Seen with Renee Julie Swish Newt Hambone Jr NH 3 4 Dr ma 1 2 3 4 Math Team "' 3 Thesptan Society 4 Pep Club " 5, 2 L- Qt, , .9 , X 1 iff. ' ' "Q ' peeve is being told to invest in Basketball1,2, 3, 4 is unfinished paintings. . . Ed, I' i' ' I.. . , . . . -. s , 'f '-"1" 3 1 , 1 IEANNE MARIE PIRONE Pironie . . . Thats bad for you . . . Likes walks brass beds . . . Pet peeve is crowded places . . . Seen with Sheila Scott Scott M. Andy Kim. Special Olympics 2 4 Photography Club 4 talent THOMAS S. POISAL One Punch . . . . . . Likes girls skiing parties mods . . . Seen with Mike Wimpy Wimpy Crazy Rick Notery. Ski Club l CHERYL ANNE PROFFEN Arent we terrible?! . . . Likes Father s Gay Nineties friends . . . Greatest asset is my naturally curly hair . . . Pet peeve is getting up early . . . Seen with Deb Julie Laura Carol and the Young Life crowd. Class Rep. 1- Pep Club 2- S.S. 3: Young Life 2 3 4- Honor Guard 3: Captain 4: NHS 3, 4- Yearbook 4: Chorus 3- Funny Girl Stage Crew 4 THOMAS JEFFERSON Tommy Likes Monticello wnung Pet peeve 1S wearing tlght breeches Seen with the government Greatest asset is writing President of the United States Writer of the Constitution Declaration of Independence JAYNE MARIE PULS Iuana . . . Do you know what? . . . Likes travel- steamed crabs . . . et peeve is people who embar- rass other people . . . Seen with Phyllis Carmen Lita Yearbook editors Senior table. Pep Club 2 Senior Board . . , in the woods, canoeing, . . . Greatest asset is no free weekends, being with my ing, reading, eating . P . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . BENTE PURUP Boops . . . "Guess who is lying here with bare feet?" . . . Likes sunshine, flowers. people . . . Pet peeve is rain . . . Seen with the AFS gang. AFS 4 Young Life 4 Cavaliers 4 Equestrian Club 4 if AVIA MARIE RAMPOLLA I m hungry Likes croutons sports Ocean being 1 whop Seen with Chris Lisa T Marlene Pep er Volleyball 3 Co Capt 4 Basketba Tennis MICHAEL FRANCIS RALLO Mikey . . . "That's true" . . . Likes sports, imitating, good friends . . . Pet peeve is hypocrites . . . Seen with Artie, Stud, Stilts, Mack. Clyde. Football l, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 KENNETH LEE RAPP Likes music sports et peeve is people who say they try it Seen with the band members Band Key Club Cross Country Student Senate CRAIG F. RALSTON "Talk to me" . . . Likes sail- ing, bicycling, cars . . . Greatest asset is making Mr. Oppelt mad . . . Pet peeve is no free time . . . Seen with Steve, Mark. PATRICIA TERESA RALSTON Pat . . . "Greetings" . . . Likes Mt. St. Joe, tall, dark and handsome Italians, parties . . . Greatest asset is Logan's English compositions . . . Seen with Mel, Robito, Sola- nie, Christopher, and the rest of the rowdies. Gymnastics? Field Hockey 2, 3 Drill Team 4 Yearbook 4 Homecoming Float Committee 1 Homecoming Dance Decoration Committee 4 'fun TRACY LEE RECTANUS Smile make people wonder what you ve been up to with smiles Pet peeve is school Seen with Susan John Laury Diane Linda A 0 3 4 NH 3 4 Chorus4 Back to Nature Club 3 FRANCIS ROBERT REDA Fran Aw man Likes Tammy vets parties Pet peeve is Big Lou Seen with Tammy Pudge Dale Bob Dave 55 5. xt tj, ,1 V Av..."' "... ' ', ...P " ' - ' "... City . . . Greatest asset is can't do something before they Likes I.C. , hiking, pelople . . . Greatest ,asset is my vet P'- . .'1.'- ,-'. ..'. ' fl, S.S. 3. 4 - . . - FS a, , . '- ll2, 3,4 S , 9, V' AGT? 'Fink X ww-'-as-..f. ,iss-zfli' I BEST PERSONALITY - Sue Thorr and Mike Rallo S N DIANA LYNN RIDGELY Midge . . . "Ask me if I care . . . see ifIcare" . . . Likes Randy, Mr. McCrumb, and Uncle Howie . . . Greatest asset is being 5'1" and almost a half . . . Seen with Sharon, Pam Anne, lame and Randy. LESLIE C. REIGNER JAMES B. RILEY III KEVIN LEE PACA RILEY Stork, Big Kev . . . "Turkey" . . . Likes good music, party- ing, and backpacking . . . Greatest asset is my legs . . . Seen with Sparrow, O.B. , Nit Wit, Roy Boy, Bobby Lou. Av Aide 3, 4 Key Club 3 Wilderness Club 3 LORAINE M . ROANE 'QQ CN C:-' 5-11.1 JOHN S. REXRODE BRIAN KEITH RICE KATHY SUE RICHARDS PATRICIA ANN RICHARDSON Stoner . . . "So what B- Space Rat . . .Likes cars, Likes Brain, weekends, drive- Palsy - - - "FOI wal" - - . 714,11 !" . . . Likes bikes, girls, parties. . . Greatest in movies . . . Pet peeve is Likes VOIICYIJGII - - - P01 parties, AMX's . . . Pet peeve asset is getting out of school people who don't act their age PCCVC is RHYIUOHCI ASIUIIS is warm brew . . . Seen with . . . Pet peeve is yellow Ford . . . Seen with Brain, Robin. always SONS Mound bugging Jean, Sterling, Wally, Russell, Mustang's . . . Seen with PCOPIC - - - SUCH WIIIIROIPCTI1 Bugs. Vicki, Rob, Bill, Dave, Dou. Rayron, Jehrey, Pepper, Mel- Football 1, 2 Band 1, 2, 3 vin. Wrestling 3, 4 AFS 1 Track 1, 2 Young Life 1, 2 1.1-7-35-V-11 . wr, I 1 ' V -. 1, 1. 11'-1 -. 'iff-w'Qj'1'i f - 91,5 .A P. eg, , .w,.,., , ' 14 f . f ' ' 71'-Q ROSEMARH ANNE ROCHE X1 h1t is your prob lem' Likes splurging 'it Fwther s lwughing with the Creitesl isset is my puience when driving Pet peeve is being culled Rose Seen with Carol Donm L1nd1 Stwcey Kims D Tewm l 3 1 Chorus 1 Trewsurer 1 Dmrnw IVIllS1C'lISn 13 4 Thespuns 1 Miss School Spirit 1 GREGORY JOHN ROGERS Greg Have my Likes skiing Gre1test1sset1s papers? parties cops Seen with Steve Rob Tom Mark Keith gs- JEFFREY K ROGERS JOSEPH NORMAN ROK ERS 01. You re crtfy' Likes Lindt sports music Pet peeve is losing wi h Linda its Moor Mess Mac F mtbwllo 3 11 Wrestlingfl 'S 1 Ba eball 3 4 Basketball 1 NH 13 1 V1rs1tyClub3 1 G 4' xv ? N s 1 Z0 1 , , . 9 R0'....y. , 1- , 1. , K J,...-. .l :'4V,, L 1 'L' K 1 1 I ' . 11 1 g 1 ' ' . . . ' 11 ,-5 . girls, vacationing at O.C. my bike . . . Pet peeve is weight for wrestling . . .Seen 1-' X ' r-, 'y ' ,5l'1, ,I 1 ' ' ' . . 1 1 1 'I ' . ' , , 1 11 1 ' 1 I 1 1 Oc I uri' 1 . . " 1 , 1, ' ' -qll. 1. 1 ' , . s' 2,l, rill '. ' S',4 '1 ' A K ' 3, 1 1 ' 1 ..,,', 1 'C A '- a ev . rn- f-a N ...,cY,,.vg -.,, f-,. -. .el X . 'ins' ' ga., ,Q as Q ,Hip p w : iff pgs? if A. " -g L" KN 4 f v Ugg- N. k I A -1 :jx l OC A l ' g Xl gg . lu MARLENE JOY ROONEY Roon You ve got a problem Likes sports West Virginia and excitement . . . Pet peeve is when people get on my nerves - J.M. and . . . . . Seen with Avia Beth Pepper Vicki and a . Basketballl 2 3 4 Volleybwll 2 3 Capt. 4 W, .., ...M W .,Yv -,Q ,Mr 'N'-rfwfe. PAUL REVERE Rowdy Revere . . . "The Red- coats are coming! The Red- coats are coming!" . . . Likes midnight jaunts, his trusty horse, screaming at the top of his lungs . . . Pet peeve is Redcoats . . . Greatest asset is his big mouth. Silversmith U.S. Horseman 'W ' lv if .ic fide sv lk f-' V152 fn -. ., - vs! SHARON ANN ROSS Sharon Why am I so gly Likes Mr McCrumb Uncle Howie and Lee Majors . . . Seen with Diane Pam Jane and Anne. KIRK JOHN ROSSMEISEL Captain Kirk What a turkey Likes W3ISl'Sk1 ing surfing and body surfing with curvaceous blondes . . . Greatest asset is my ability to create bands with a snap of a finger . . . Pet peeve is a cold ocean with no waves . . . Seen with Chussy Pollock Brooks and Iurky Joe. Yearbook2 3 4 Photo Club 4 LAWRENCE DENNIS RUSSEL Larry Likes sports music and Summer Seen with many Basketball 1 2 Track 1 Cross Country 4 Lacrosse 2 3 4 Wrestling 3 4 SUSAN ANN SAITO L1kes Lewrs Carrol I Tolkten Brlush Tudor Houses et peeve IS cold snowless days Seen wrth Tracy John Becky Paul and George Iournaltsm 3 Mrxed Chorus 4 NHS 3 4 NANCY CAROL SATTERFIELD Nance Lrkes Band actrvt tres skatrng and food Greatest asset IS my dedrcauon to frrends and act1v1t1es Pet peeve rs homework Seen w1th Sudre Mark Dave Regrna and the rest of the band Marchrng Band 1 2 3 4 Concert Band 2 3 4 Stage Band 3 4 Drama P1t Band 3 4 Basketball Mgr 1 AF 2 3 4 PATRICIA SEGURA MARGARET ANNE Sl-IAFFER P1 s Ah yeah' Really' L1kes B1lly screwdrrvers and the mountams et peeve rs Rustlers gettrng caught and party poopers Seen wlth L1sa Baby Buke Brlly and Pud Homecomrng Court 1 2 3 FTA Secretary 1 Pep Club 1 ROBERT SHUMAN What s happenrn L1kes beer VO and Coke Greatest asset 15 leavrng at 12 30 Pet peeve 15 Mt Hebron Seen wrth Chuck Tony Greg and everyone 6 se GLENN DAVID SHOEMAKER Shoes Really L1kes lacrosse V W s and readtng Greatest asset IS my fr1ends Pet peeve 1S boppers Seen w1th every body and anybody Lacrosse 2 3 4 Basketball 1 Cross Country 3 4 Football 2 GEORGE EDWIN SCHWALM Jorge I swear to my rest L1kes Chevelles Mr Bogart s Groucho 1m1ta uons Greatest asset IS my flngernarl Seen wtth any body and everybody Football 1 2 Basketball 1 2 Baseball 2 Indoor Track 3 4 Class Rep 1 DAVID BERNARD SIKORA Dave Lrkes sports vaca t1ons and muslc et peeve rs many th1ngs Seen wrth my fr1ends Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 59 " "...P' ' , , , 1 1 . , z lm , , . S.. ' f me Q as 5 I X K I 5 ' ' . ,. ' , '...P ' ...P ' ' ' ' ff x N'O PARKING ANY TIME "'ls.-v-nlt.,1 BEST LOOKING - Laurie Hay and Mike Thompson f,,4,, ! BONNIE LOUISE SMITHERMAN Bon . . . "l don't believe that!" . . . Likes horses. sports, gentlemen . . . Pet peeve is being bored . . . Seen with Guy, Jeannie, Doris, Lisa, Vicki B. Field Hockey 2 Cheerleading 2 Softball 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 4 WT' i MICHAEL S. SIMA RICHARD STERLING SNADER Sterl . . . "I wonder if my car will start?" . . . Likes Yam- aha, money, good stereos . . . Pet peeve is warped records . . . Seen with Cross- roads, Buggs, Dave, Larry. Lacrosse 3, 4 Ski Club 3, 4 Radio Club 3 wwf ANNE MURIEL SNEAD Sneady . . . "Can I say some- thing?" . . . Likes painting, eyebrow twitching, my Little Buddy . . . Pet peeve is school work . . . Seen with Io, Diana, the Cavaliers gang, short people . Cavaliers 3 Captain 4 KIMBERELY FRANCES SNEAD Pee Wee . . . "You turkey!" . . . Likes staying in bed on cold mornings, people, dances . . . Pet peeve is homework . . . Seen with Sue, Droop, the lunch table gang, anybody around. Drill Team 3, 4 Chorus 3, Treasurer is 6 N , I . PAUL THOMAS SIMON McCloud Lrkes partyrng camptng Greatest asset rs 'tbtltty to cwtch a buzz Pet peeve ts Jocks Seen wrth fat daddy John Ertc over the lull gang DENNIS M SOBOLESKI longer t1l lunch I m starvtng Gremtest asset rs guxtur playtng Pet peeve rs breakmg '1 guttmr stung tn the mtddle of 1 song Sentor Folltes VIRGINIA ANNE SIMON Rhymtn Sltmon That s cool' Ltkes partres Mtller concerts Pet peeve ts havtng to be tn early Seen wxth Rosanne Jean Baby Bake Tommy Howard people BRENDA JEAN SLOBODA Ltkes Btlly 1ce sk'tt1ng Car roll County Greatest asset IS Brlly Pet peeve 15 crowded halls Seen wlth Brlly Mrchele Wendy Jams Suzy MARY ANN SOLANO Sal long weekends drtnkrng w1ne Pet peeve IS guts and snobs Seen w1th Mrs Gntzak s homeroom gang Drtll Team 3 4 Senror Board Homecommg Queen Skt Club ELIZABETH JANE ANNE SORBO my eye Ltkes Harley Davtdson Kenny Sunday s Greatest asset rs my per sonalrty Pet peeve IS bugs Seen w1th Kenny Ltsa Wendy Marret Kelly Human Relatxons Commtttce 4 STAN R SMINK ROBERT FRANCIS SORBO never Lrkes muslc gtrls Lacrosse Greatest asset IS easy to get along wrth Pet peeve IS ratny dwys Seen wuh no one tn par t1cul1r Lacrosse Ban R 3 4 Denny . . . "How much Likes mylittle Italian boy, Betty. . . Hlgotsomething in Bob . . . "Better latc than ' da. ,A PATRICK HENRY at Give me lrberty or g1VE me death Likes helping out fellow colonists Pet peeve is the Stamp Act Seen with George assorted revolutionaries and thc Michie Tavern gang Lawyer Member of the First Continental Congress Commander in Chief of Virginia s Military for Governor of Virgrnxa Commonwealth MELINDA ANN SORG Mindy . . . Do you dare me to do it? . . . Likes parties dancing Drill Team . . . Pet peeve is . . . Seen with Sheri Ginny Roberta Sal and anyone else out for fun. Chorus3 4 Honor Guard2 Drill Team3 4 fish ROSANNE SOTAK Rosalinda . . . Thats cool . . . Likes parties Aeros- mith and souped-up cars . . . Greatest asset is my green VW Compositions . . . Seen with Ginny Jean Sue Baby Bake and a mess of Howard people. Drill Team 3 4 JANET LEE SPANGLER Spingle . . . Smile! . . . Likes Stan music and people . . . Greatest asset is my musical talent . . . Pet peeve . . . Seen with Mole Dave Wiggles Judy and the rest of the Band. Gymnastics 2 Volleyball3 4 Girl s Track 3 4 AFS 3 4 Pit Band 2 3 Stage Band 3 Mixed Chorus 3, 4 Band 1 2, 3, Pres. 4 WILLIAM SPRAGUE Wolfman Wong . . . Likes ndace B.I.B. . . . Pet peeve is snobbish girls . . . Seen with Rob Dave Chonisl 2 3 Dramal 2 3 .. , ' Ca ' .S hard things in hamburgers . . . Pet peeve is English is Pop-Pop when he's mad Dave, Don, Brian. . 1 4 DAVID GARY STAHLEY Dave . . . Likes soccer, sail- ing, and doing nothing . . . Seen with Dave, Bruce, Nancy, Chris and Tami. Socccril Track 3 .ig 'Ns-V. DANIEL IOESEPH SULLIVAN Bodine . . . "Don't EVEN care!" . . . Likes California, and T.T .... Pet peeve is Algebra Class . . . Seen with Stephanie, Lisa, Danny, Janet- ter, and Dumbo. Yearbook Staff 3 Photographer 2, 3, 4 AV Aide 1, 2, 3, 4 Youth Operetta 2, 4 Technical Theater 2. 3, 4 Spring Play 1, 2, 3. 4 Photography Club 2, 3, 4 Football and Basketball Photographer 2, 3, 4 THERESE LYNNE STEEN Wiggles . . . "You guys!!" . . , Likes "J's gang," Music camp, and Louis . . . Greatest asset is the ability to teach oth- ers . . . Pet peeve is Organic Chemistry tests . . . Seen with Spingle, Zub. Martha, Pasta and Mole. Thespian Society 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 Band 2. 3, 4 AFS3.4 NHS3,4 Drama Productions 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 1 NANCY LYNN SUTHERLAND Big Nance . . . "Oh Huh" . . . Likes Sunshine, Beach Boys, Florida . . . Pet peeve is getting up early, being bored, English . . . Seen with Dave, Merg, Tam, Shar-Bear and anyone else . . . Journalism CYearbookJ 3, 4 Ski Club 3, 4 VICKY STEINER BETH ALLISON SWARTZ Death . . . "What are we gonna do?" . . . Likes dis- rupting English classes, big comfortable cars, acting . . . Greatest asset is her angel-like hair . . . Seen with Dark, Gone, Gary, Mess and Dumby. Student Senate 4 Drama 2, 3, 4 Z5 LAURA ANN STEWART Turkey . . . "l could suffer!" . . . Likes knowing the Lord, being with good friends, steamed crabs . . . Greatest asset is my naturally uncurly hair . . . Pet peeve is falling for dumb jokes . . . Seen with Cindee, Deb, Jude, Lauro and "The Ivan Pavlov Fan Club." Student Senate 1, 3 Cheerleading 2 Ski Club 2. 3 NHS 3. 4 Drill Team 4 Play Crew 2, 4 Young Life 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 DIANA CAROLE SWEARMAN Ginger . . . "Oh Nothing" . . . Likes musicals, outdoors . . . Greatest asset is sympa- thy towards others . . . Pet peeve is people who criticize and judge others before they even get to know them . . . Seen with Darlene, Sharon, Mary Beth, Mary A., Donna. Equestrian Club 3, 4 Girls Chorus 4 63 X 'Kia T "faq- MOST ATHLETIC - Jean Makowski and Greg Long CAROLYN ANN SWINEY Carol. . . "Hey Chumpl" . . . Likes being with Kenny. partying, drag racing . . . Greatest asset is being the first one in the john and the last one without a smoke . . . Pet peeve is jocks . . . Seen with Roberta, Kenny, Diane. TIMOTHY SCOTT THORNTON Tim. . . "What'? . . .I didn't say anything" . . . Likes cold Miller, good field parties, old cars . . . Greatest asset is putting up with Connor . . . Pet peeve is boring weekends . . . Seen with Joe. Todd, Corndog Jr. , Connor, Snead. Band 2, 8, 4 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Lacrosse 2, 3, 4 SUSAN REBECCA THORR Sue W .... "Oh. brother" . . . Likes sports, Ralph, the high life . . . Greatest asset is my laugh . . . Pet peeve is Gwen getting on my case . . . Seen with Gwen, Bryan, Con- nor, Homeroom, locker gang. Cheerleading 2, 3, 4 Social Rep. 1, 2 Lacrosse Stat. 3, 4 LAWRENCE M. TRUITT Bugly . . . "What's happen- ing?" . . . Likes Friday nights, motorcycles . . . Pet peeve is Monday mornings . . . Seen with Brian, David, Tommy, Mark. LAUREEN ALICE TURYN Laury . . ."Geep!". . . Likes all kinds of people, ice- cream, peace . . . Greatest asset is keeping my sanity in this insane world . . . Pet peeve is hypocrisy . . . Seen with earthlings. Drama 1, 2, 3, 4 Radio Club 3. 4 Mountain Staff 2. 3 Business Ed. 4 S.S. Sen. 2 Parliamcntarian 3, Pres. 4 HUGH TAYLOR MARY VAETH JOAN LOUISE TEAGUE Teague . . . "Hey every- body! I have an announcement to make" . . . Likes every- body, laughing and living . . . Pet peeve is "ignorant" people . . . Seen with Mrs. Snizak's homeroom gang and the rest of my buddies. Gymnastics 1, 2 Homeroom Rep. PENELOPE ANN VAN HOOK Penny Hey guess what happened? Likes week ocean and going dancing Greatest asset is my height Pet peeve 18 get ting up at 6 30 Seen with Leslie Judy and any true friend Trackl DAVID THOMAS LUIS FERNANDO VASQUEZ Fred KK you know Likes soccer et Seen with Mary N ION MICHAEL THOMPSON Mike . . . "Different strokes for different folks" . . . Likes Bambi, Skiing, Release time . . . Pet peeve is football practice . . . Seen with Tony, Chuck, Crazy Rick, wimpy and One Punch. Football 1, 2, 4 Ski Club 2. 3, 4 Nom VASQUEZ 65 ...':...,' - ...P ends at College Park, the peeve is getting up for school DEBORAH LYNN WALLICH Deb I don t know Likes knowlng the Lord B111 be1ng w1th my fr1ends Greatest asset IS my smile Pet peeve 18 people who talk about others just to make themselves look good Seen with B111 Janie Cheryl Laura and all my other friends Class Rep 1 Dr1ll Team 2 3 FIISI Lt 4 S S 3 Young Life 2 3 4 NHS3 4 Yearbook3 Business Mgr 4 Funny G1rl age Crew 4 sf' J WWE? Vx L 1 r M1 VYW9 Q1 ' BETSY Ross , g f N in X... ssl . rq f AAN- L is S, , 1 is N,- ,lx J l. "A stitch in time saves nine." f' . . . Likes getting things sewed up, red, white and blue . . . Pet peeve is Union Jacks . . . Seen with my thread-n- thimble . . . Greatest assets V .4 I . , , flag' ax' 15 ,f 4 3, AVA ' ,Q 55,5 ,Ly 'wzkw l T lily , I are my nimble fingers and abil- sue to ity to make five-pointed stars. ' 523-RTJSYS' 1 1MfSRf'7!-61 Nia' . . XC51. N' Mfr. Upholstery Business X X ' Flag Sewer 154, 1 Q tg tg A gs mms ew 1, -Q. 1 Ui rdf, , t X 114 ff ' D7 GREGORY KENNETH WASKEY Wally You re a rowdy LORI SUE WATERS Right ' L1kES JOHN WEDEKING L1k8S basketball quiet Bryan parties Ap1'1l Pet peeve IS cold pr1ckl1es warm brew Blue Trans Ams Pumas Greatest asset IS my car Pet peeve 1S people who tough decisions Seen w1th hassle smokers Seen with Apr1l Dave Russ Br1an Bryan Roberta Debbie Stoner Sharon and the gang Yearbook 4 'Ce X w ,.. K if I qi fi CAROL ALLISON WERNER Pumpkinhead . . . "Waita minute, let me comb my hair!" . . . Likes "True Con- fessions," staying in Ocean City with the girls . . . Great- est asset - "l just can't name one" . . . Pet peeve is litter . . . Seen with my pal Sta- cey, Ro, Don, Linda, Kims 6A and CJ, and anyone else who can stand me. Band 1, 2, 3 Drill Team 3, 4 WENDY LOU WILL Wendall Never mind' Likes running going out with friends and music Pet pceve is when you are in a hurry and someone says Wait a minute Seen with M1ck1, lame, Mel, Susie, and Lauru. Track 1, 2, 3, 4 ROBIN LYNN WHITE Rob . . . Likes Cliff, Califor- nia, and skiing . . . Greatest asset is knowing how to write a five-paragraph theme . . . Pet peeve is when people think you are a snob because you are quiet . . . Seen with Mrs. Gnizak's homeroom crowd, and Clifford. Drill Team 3, 4 Gymnastics 1, 2 Ski Club 3 NHS 3, 4 MATTHEW WILLIAMS Football 1 2 Lacrosse 2 3 4 Indoor Track 2 3 4 R3d1O Club 3 4 Student Rep 2 SHARON WHITE Whitey . . . "Oh, no" . . . Likes Errol Flynn Pirate mov- ies, Beach Boys, and Iim's par- ties . . . Greatest asset is deadly feet and hands . . . Pet peeve is wearing shoes and rainy days . . . Seen with Nan-fan, Merg, Tami and everybody else. Field Hockey 2, 3 Ski Club 3 Bike Club 2 Gymnastics Mgr. 2 Yearbook 3 Section Editor 4 TED TOM WILLIAMS Peace I leave with you m frrends JESS WHITTEMORE SCOTT JOHN WIMMER Swrmmer Likes sports fun time and food Greatest asset is good nature and blonde hair Pet peeve is six penods Seen with Larry Jeff Dave ohn and other fnends Football 1, 2. 3, 4 Wrestling 2, 4 67 ' , I 'W 4 - ,CM ? I 'I- 'QN -Y N , V I X l E .L . ' . ' ' , . 1 u a n u n - , ' ' X x l l l 7 I a u n ' H . ' D ' ' . . . . . . ' ' ' . ' . . . l DAVID CECIL WINDLEY Dave K K K Lrkes photography Contrnental Mark IV s people Great est asset ts my abrlrty to make frlends Pet peeve IS stuck up people Seen wrth Wolfe everybody Photo Club 2 3 4 Radro Club 3 4 SARA JANE YORK lame Hey babe How s ll gorn '7 Llkes Iesus wtnter weather orange Jurce Pet peeves are fluores cent l1ght1ng clumps of krds holdtng up trafftc 1n the halls Seen wrth everybody 68 SARA MAY WIRE Sara Oh Really? Ltkes nrghttrme drtve 1ns on Frtday ntghts snow days Pe peeve 15 Mt Hebron s park1ng f3C111I1CS Seen wrth Deany Judy ROBERTA LEE WISSIG B1rd Come on let s Llkes partymg drag racrng go1ng down home Greatest asset IS bemg the last one 1n the John and berng left wtthout a smoke Pet Carol Lort Dotue Mtndy and rest of the gang Sk1 Club 1 CATHERINE W ZELLMER Cathy Oh God look who Just walked by' Lrkes swrmmrng softball boys Pet peeve 15 the school rules Seen wtth everybody DAVID H YANCOSKY 435 1'1" IOANNE IANICE ZITO Parsan Why don t you take a rrde rn a submanne w1th screen doors? Lrkes good frrends good wtne good food Great est asset rs my herght Pet peeve 15 poor ltalran food Seen wrth Aunt1 Rena Mrs Lennon Mrs Haywood Mrs McCartney, Auntr Pamela Spectal Olymptcs 3, 4 Semor Folltes 4 X fx - A if M N.. 4 rx X 4. . I . i. . .-. gO,:..... .Y ., . - . I . t , Q a . U t . . . Fran. Stev.e,. Steve, Mr. Betty, and the people outside. peeve is jocks . . :Seen with , is nb 0 41 5 ' if - fi ' I, . " is ,.,,..-W , 6' I 'ha 5' X Q gd 'T' 3 ,I wfggyb .Ml lark' an f on I?-fi 'Tu xg Mb' l--' - 1 A N? W """'i fir, ff' df! Q 'F 6 9-N-.... --nn: inf: fl- M My Wk 'U fin y 'WP if xy' IJXP' ,HL Z! 4- .Q-31 J, . 'ay uv VV V -,M Lum- . 'Si in - Oh fn Q' -'mul : "' "" 'Li--i r .4 x .. , ,rg ig 4 J A .rw . A I I L a AH o I I X , fff iw . Y! A MW fx 'V .. I L' my 5... , mA 1 - l , ," .x. I 5, 'N I" ' 6124 ET. 1 VI i 1 ., gi: A +5 Qi. JE? , .fi W, is ' . iii' Qifff ii' 43. -, X 1-fi LQ 23 s, - .l Cf Qi rg - '53 z If-30 A -1 I 'C 3 X 05' Y .. 'i . : "- U 'A wp L3 " 0 V Y, r, ' Y?-M , . s " ' rr ' Q n, it I : 3 .42 Q 'Bmw U4 diff 4 'E 1 1.5. fi' ' l .gg K lf- - T qi "U ft 5 is N 1? ' :QQ -. 'if ' Si. 35 1 . 1' P5 'A . -4 ! lf x 1 .. 1. 1 X f ' x Q :Qi X N 1 1 l I x , K . Xb. 5 . I David Crass - Instrumental Music HALL OF FAME I UCTS Bclh Armstrong - Track Mauhcw Hall - Track Deborah Hammond - Basketball Janet Frcudcnslcin - Swimming lean Makowski - Basketball Linda McCauley - Oulslanding Leadershiv RECORD-BREAKI G THIRTEE Tamara Lodder - Track Kenneth Rapp Instrumental Music Joseph Rogers - Foot- ball Alumni Ann Linder - Track il' Janet Spangler -Instrumental Music Alumni Robert L. Riley - Out- standing Service On May 27th, the 1976 Viking Hall of Fame was announced. The for exceptional accom- plishments, the record- breaking group of thir- teen included two alumni and eleven sen- iors. in 5 x ,N , F Ns, 5, fd, , , , I, W, ,,.A JF ,,,, ,W mfggf , .W ,,.f--"' A dwg.,-f-' S 1 , ,X - 'ci ' x K I -v L P U 73 Crab Feast Gpens Social Year for Seniors Mariet McCrumb and Laurie Hay .R 6 Rick Bishop Following the Maryland and school tradition, the seniors held their annual crab feast on Sep- tember 17. Seniors devoured crabs from 6 to 8 making their first activity a most enjoyable one. Aww . . . He sacute one ,pfmb 413 See the crab? , fi .rn I' rs is k Tix s I f x ly A ll xxx, f ' 'sy ,yi it Fx X? if "" X3 Seniors Take Over the Day A typical student throws himself at the mercy of Mr. Adams - Tim Thorton, Mary Ann Solano and Tim Connor. 'ii' ' S A T ' r ffliiff' ' , Wi N 5- ' x ' ' If Terri Steen as Mrs. Levin. 'Swiv- , ll The old "Under the rug" trick. Miss Salvato is replaced by Kim Snead and Sharon Dunn. Senior Take-Over Day took place on May 19. Seniors assumed the roles of administra- tors, teachers, librarians and janitors. After four years seniors finally got their chance to run the school. School philosophy was based partially on idealism, but more specifically on reality, when most students discovered how difficult it was to please all of the students all of the time. Senior Take-Over Day was quite an experience for everyone . On May 21, Mt. Hebron was treated to the greatly antici- pated, annual Senior Follies. Written by and starring the Class of '76, the Follies proved to be the highlight of Senior Week. Much work and frustration paid off as the show displayed the tal- ent and lively wit of the Seniors. The delighted audience seemed to agree that this was, indeed, the most spirited and hilarious Follies yet. Senior Antics Make Follies W X' is The Charleston Mitzi Meyers performs "Cabaret. " An Enthusiastic Production , -1- ,. X I Q .., ii lfsfiir Sister Mary Elephant and the Sweathogs. fc I 1 A Phyllis Onman sings "That's Entertainment. " "No more Rice Krispies! " X A X 'ff nl The Finale - " . . . will you remember?" 77 Class Night was held on May 28 at Martin's Westminster from '7 to 12 p.m. The dinner-dance, which marked the last day of classes for the seniors, featured a delicious buffet supper. Music was later provided by the "New Diablos. " Favors of live palm trees planted in brandy snifters were given to the members of the Class of '76 as tokens of the eve- ning. "Carry on , boys .' ,Q Nancy Sarterfield tells a. secret Our exchange students Bente and Regina CC 99 Fantastic Senior Social Year f5:1.'2 5951" Pj-I I rf' Palms up. "When they say S10 a plate, that's what they mean." ,f f S Kim and Mark relax in the lobby. This is human relations at its best. 79 A-Q Lf-f"i+fG'gQf' -M . ,J 1 Q.: 551 fl P r g5 Q If A , ,Na T, I, - ' wg 4' Qlv' ,Q L. 1 1 ' -2, A "' 'LY 45 N .S 1 AA .1 The graduation ceremony for the Class of 1976, the largest in the county with 317 graduates, was held on June 8th at 6:30 p.m. warm weather and clear skies made it possible for gradua- tion to be held outside on campus for the sixth straight year. The guest speaker was Colonel Robert Matthews, the Chief of Police in Howard County. Other messages were delivered by Mr. McCrumb, Principal: Joe Rogers, Valedictorianz Matt Hall, Salu- tatorian: and Suzanne O'Con- nell, speaking for the Senior Board. Suzanne explained that the Mount Hebron Class of '76 had given an oak tree and aza- leas to the school. At the end of her speech, she inspired the class with the statement that "Life is a do-it-yourself project, so Class of '76, go out and do it." Colonel Matthews delivers his message Luanne Brosenne marches in to Pomp and Circumstance . K L iw W JF IW .xx I-fl K -gf . , W L , ff , '-, -, K' ' ' Wlf iw H1 'fit V " f ay " it ' -M 6 Q .- vu-w"" 4 I T7 1 V J: 1 " -if - . as XM, if 447' -QTL"--" ,ip-01' s ,Y f 'fn fd .X A 'Y 1 i We A. 4. t bl. ' Joe Rogers - Valedictorian Mr. McCrumb gets ready for a traditional hug. 1. -s--. 3. , 1 f,' 1,,,,QQaQf6Q ,1 ' f ' 'f 'V' ' P' nw! i i 1 1 , t QW d .ml ,yi F . 1 I , , Bnan Rlce receives congratulations. Anticipation . hs. tw, Q'-tb? . Akff' -S Mrs. Gnizak - Class Advisor Cliff on to West Point. ' Q, 1' q T ' pi l 1 is 1 x NX D "Do you know where you're going to?" ii Ulu , - a , ini" ' . n' r J' X 'u A The final line up. V. Q A r 4' t I '. Q H sax lf' ' 1 F f n a Q l I t .r . 1' JA 51 all 'fr 4 . , . 4 2 . ,I . v , : ' . A9 A V 4a-w6ix:'5 . 1- ' . ' Mrs. Reeder congratulates Kathy Zellner. Regina and Bente - our foreign exchange stu- dents . 'in ffm-,K Mr. McCrumb in a familiar pose. Jeff Glascock C"Bugs"J - First in line. W T 85 '-X .s i We the People of the .Tumor Class -iffy' , . f ' 'iij ki- -1? IX I' I l - -7 'fl ci--.::ef-L Brecc Avellar Kim Axt Wade Babish Margaret Baker Melanie Baker Vicki Baker Tom Ballemine Jeff Bannar Linda Barkley Paul Beck Brian Best Chris Beyer Jim Bien Mike Bishop Bob Bode Brent Boone Lissa Bounds Beth Bowen Robenann Boyd Robin Bozman Keith Braun Donna Bridner Susan Brodericl- Sharon Bronson ':. C6 99 Class of 1 Mark Brookhart Steve Brosnan Ricky Brostrom Steve Browning Dale Bruce Joel Brunson Tod Burns Theresa Bush Debi Byard Karen Butler Stacey Campbell Mike Case Terry Cassard Nancy Charping Kim Christ Karen Clark 87 I 1 Kathy Cluggage Rose Cole Barbara Collins Bill Collins Mike Connor Chris Conroy Pat Conroy Tom Coppinger Kevin Corcoran Wayne Cossenrino Kim Cousins Gary Cullison Ioan D'Adamo Doug Daffin Bev Darragh Cheryl Davis Kelly Day Susan DeCrispino Roger DeLauder Kelly Dewiu Anne DiVirgi1o Tom Dougherty Shawn Doyle Paul Drnec Chris Due Rhonda Eastham Susan Eicher Brad Elliott QQ: AL- S Laura English Yvonne Evans Sharon Fauver Susan Femia Mike Ferguson Dawn Fishpaw Judy Fitzgerald Lisa Ford Diane Foreman Teresa Fountain Meryl Friedenberg Diane Gagnon Mary T. Gaskin Nancy German Chris Gibson Bob Giglio April Ginnaven Jane Goldup Shannon Gordon Regina Grabowski Hollys Greenberg Maurean Grennon Betty Grivakis Betsy Groos Eric Grove Cindy Gruver Chris Guercio Patty Haldeman Glenn Hale Mike Hammer Liz Hamilton Dave Hammond Cindy Harper Laurie Hartleb Jenny Haughton Gregg Hawes Carlton Hawes Craig Hawkes Dana Hawkins Ann Hay Janet Hayden Jeff Headley Steve Heerman Gail Heiss Don Hershfeld Sharon Holz Hank Humphries Janette Hymes Terry Isaacs Dana Jay Lori Jennings Rick Jennings Chris Johnson Curtis Johnson Mark Johnson Judy Jones Tanya Jones Marguerite Jupitz Sandy Jurgelaitis Marcia Kapelle Buffy Kelly 3-Afbs if' 5-9 Karen Kelly Owen Kelly ludy Kepler Jenny Kirkwood Renee Kash Dave Krause Larry Kraurer Kim Krantz Gary Kuncl Gil Kuncl Ian Lanehart Lori Lanman Brian Lapp Lisa Lashuk Vicki Lauer Liz Laumann Bryan Lee Sue Leech Doug Liem Kevin Logue Dave Loomis Susan Loomis Debbie Luber Linda Luber Laura Machcsney Don Mahancy Doris Makowski Lois Margaritis Lynn Martin wendy Martin James Massey Sue McDermott Scott McDiarmid Mike McDonald Kathie McGee Lisa McGrain Debbie McLamb Pam Mehalko Roger Melvin Doug Meyer Pam Meyers Jay Miciotta Bill Mitchell Janet Moody Meg Morse Barbara Moxley Parry Neary Diane Nelson Alice Noon Sally Nuessle Tom O'Hara Gary O'Meara Dave Orman Carole Pagnoua Wendy Parady Steve Payne Frank Peach John Peach Chip Perdue Par Perry Tom Perry Carol Pfister Renee Poulin Mike Prevosto Mike Rau Bob Reda Nancy Reeder Brad Rees Chris Reese Terrie Reinecke Barney Repetti Xxx W X fin. xx Q R J, David Reyes Cindy Rich Jeff Richards Peter Ridgley Shirley Ridgley Ronnie Riggle Larry Ripley Susan Roch Mollie Roemer Cheri Rogers Mary Nell Romanik Bonnie Rooney Debbie Rosenberger Matt Royer Karen Ruby Vicki Ruff Bobbie Saas Dominic Saia Stephanie Satkiewicz Bill Schaefer Bruce Schmickly Russ Scobee Tim Seal Michele Shiptisky 93 John Schumann Kathy Shoenberger Mark Shoenfelder Tom Showe Valerie Shryock Bruce Siegert Mark Siehler Ken Sikora Diane Smith Laura Smith Jeff Snouffer Bill Snyder John Snyder Kathy Soboleski Joanne Sorg Jean Soscia Dottie Spath Sandy Stanton Jennie Stevens Mark Stinson Karen Stoker Donald Stone David Struss Nelson Sullivan Cindy Sutton Scott Svenson Tony Tall Anthony Tangires Brooke Thielemann Jenny Thien Jeff Todd Doug Tolley Nancy Tranter Laura Turner Mimi Vance Bob Van Horn Polly Vasquez J do N Nx 'X SQ ,. Xatlfw 1 1 x ,Q rL.L ,vmhf .. .' f "" X ,D D g F x lr, v an , rf' Lax.. A V .K - if ...N ' ,4--H' , ,Jawa "' ...V W pw We , Nts' 'iii Sieve Waaqbo Pam Wall Donald Warren Sieve Weinganen David Weiss Elaine Whitney Dave Whittemore Rick Wiles Richard Williams Julie Williamson Robin Wine Diane Wissig Pam Wright David Yingling Ieff Young Mark Young Kevin Yowell Joe Zellmer Karen Zeltman Duane Zemgraf Carol Ziegler Joann Zimmermann 95 twang The Declaration of the Sophomores I H. I Ill, I A vw ,P-.1 -r 1- ' 1 f.:,' '- Kathy Abbott Kathy Abramson Stu Adamson Karen Ader Henry Affelot Tony Alasha Rosemary Allulis I W J Wendy Altieri I Gary Anderson ' i Karen Anderson Lorraine Anderso Paul Anderson Phyllis Anthony Jeff Arman Tom Ashley Ray Askins Kurt Avellar Debbie Axline Darla Babish Saronda Bacon Julie Ballantine Melinda Barth Mike Barth Lynda Bauer Pete Baxter Lisa Becraft Mark Begeny Dana Beldon Phil Benvenuto Cathie Bernier Ken Berry Mary Pat Beyer Linda Bishop Robin Bishop Marian Blake Dale Blankenship Linda Boulder Laura Bowen Jeff Bowers Penny Boyd Rayvon Boyd Randy Brand Liz Britt 5 l N I ' CC 99 Class of .iq Shawn Brock Bob Brooks Carole Brosenne Margie Browning Mark Bullinger Mark Burgess Cindi Buttling Sherri Caldwell Karen Callas Jim Cannon Brooke Carter Sally Carter Lisa Christ Richard Clark Mike Clarke Gordon Clarkson Dave Cole Estelle Cole Dayton Collins Lester Collins Stella Collins Tracy Combs Steve Compton Sarah Conner Tony Cooke Fred Cooney James Cooper Mary Cossentino Brian Cox Lorraine Coyne Susan Crocker Belinda Cross Richard Cross Cindy Cunningham Gail Custer Keith Dalton Debby Davis Jan Davis Kelly Davis Paul DeAngelis Tom DeCarlo Karen DeCrispino Iacquel DelRosario Ed Dembeck Jan DeWitt Mike Dieter Dom DiGiacomantortio Dave Dillman Dave Ditto Danny Dorn Julie Dom Kathy Duggan Casey Dumler Jan Dunham Bob Eby Tom Eckert 98 i l X A ly fy t 4' 'K y ' , W s X' if l X' ,owl Nui 'TX 1 4...- Y 39 N 4 gs.. 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' x in W Q I, A 'bi it J ffnf x Xu 15 Vicki Jones Jackie Jordon Marty Kappert Donna Keefe Missie Keepers Donald Keister Heather Kelley Kevin Kirch Bill Kirchartz Ruth Knight Robin Knisley John Knox Della Kolby Greg Koppenhoefer Jeff Koppenhoefer Mary Kouroupis Mike Kouroupis Richard Kramer Lynne Kroefer Garrett Lance Blair Lance Robin Landis Lisa Lanier Tom Lanyi Liz Larney Chris Laurer Marcia Lecos Rick Letmate Julie Lindeman Pete Lins Debbie Lndder Victor Lopatka Jane Lucido Richard Lynner Ginny Lynner John Mabe 101 Bob Machesney Steve Magee Karen Maher Tony Mammarella Nathan Mangam Penny Margaritis Bob Mason Danny Mason Zachary Matthews Melody May Jon McAllister Lori McCullough Barb McDaniel Ronda McNair Marcie Mealy lohn Meisinger Bill Melvin Leigh Mergehenn Debbie Merrill Brian Metzger Dave Meyers Ellen Milbum Ted Miller Tim Miller Tim Miller Tony Moats Terri Moynihan Terri Montague Dede Moore Brian Mooring Dan Moriarty 102 0.0 in -X. 5553 V1 5 X MMM Y' .9 X ws. X I rs. r 43 "' "X, T L T S 1 K Diana Morris Donna Morris Lori Morris Ed Mueller Allison Mullinix Brian Murphy Martha Myers Diane Neighoff Michael Neuman Barry Neun Lisa Nueslein Laurie O'Connc11 Brian O'Day Curl Ohler John Owens RoseAnn Pagnotta Tim Paine Chris Parr Tom Payne Brian Perry Tammy Perry Dianne Peters Randy Peters Patrick Plein Rick Poulin Bob Prcller Artie Provost Nancy Quigley Jim Ralston Linda Rau Beth Raubach Alila Reyes Tony Richardson Debbie Riddle Debbie Ridgely Karen Ridgely Steven Ridgely Leslie Riggin Diane Riley Desiree Roane Jim Roane Robin Robertson John Roemer Connie Rogers Alicia Rothe Kim Russell Dennis Ryan Tim Ryan Bill Sauter Violet Sakalauska Rosalie Sanfillipo Mike Sapp Bill Schaefer Brad Sellers Shelly Sharbaugh Ronnie Sheets Ronnie Shifflen John Shippee Don Shreve Glenita Shrewsbury Debbie Signorino Danny Sikora Barbara Sima Andy Sitzman Melissa Six Sandy Sloboda Jean Sones Gary Spangler Sue Spear Scou Spittel Jenny Srairiker IO4 Tom Stebbins Laura Steinwedel Marianna Sterchic Sandy Stosz Susan Sturn Teresa Sturn Barb Sullivan Mike Summers Jeff Swearman Mark Swec Paulette Takesian Theresa Tall Charles Tangires Toni Taylor Billy Theiss Jo Beth Thompson Carrie Thorr Liz Todd Joe Tringali Kathy Tucker Glenn Tufts David Vauhgan Angie Vizzini Mark Watkins Ruth white Suzanne Wilkins Mary Williams Robert Williams John Willis Dawn Willoughby Carolyn Wilson Sally Winde Gail Wissig Ed Wonilowicz Julie Wood Russell Wood Dawn Young Donna Zakorski Betty Zipprian I05 ff Richard Abel Sue Addison Joe Allulis Kenneth Alms Kathleen Altman Brian Anderson Terri Angelozzi Cindy Armiger Deborah Arnold Ted Ashburn Tom Askins Cathie Avara Mary Avara Bonnie Baker Chip Baker Thomas Baker Mike Ballantine Scott Banner Loretta Barranger James Barth Ken Barth Milton Barth Greg Bastres Dean Baudler Nancy Benzing Jane Beresford Delmae Berry Earl Beyer Tom Bierman Cheri Bishop Maria Blackwell Nancy Blair Jan Bogart Barbara Boone William Bopst Greg Bowers C6 99 Class of David Boyd Bill Bradford Scou Brandt Owen Branham Tim Brophey Glenn Brosnan Gary Buehler Kim Burns Deborah Bush Sandy Bush Kim Butler Vicki Byard Brian Campbell Debbie Cannon Sherri Carnahan Mike Carpellotti Laura Case Iennifer Cassel Pierre Chausse Karen Christensen Karen Chrzanowski Susan Clopein Daniel Colleary Dany Collins Vicki Commarola Dave Compton Steve Conroy Terri Costello Rebecca Cooke Terri Cooke Ken Croghan Kathleen Crooks lO8 4 "--QQ-5, 'Mil Q17 or 2- 5 Q 4411 N'li J if Sarah Cross Lydia Cruickshank Angela D'Alonzo Bobby Das John Deane Donna DeAngelis Linda DeCarlo John Delp Vicki DiGiacomantonio Susan Donahue Adrian Donovan Diane Dorsey Douglas Drake Bill Dressel Chris Drye Doug Dudar Beth Dunworth Brad Elliott Kathy Ellis John Emmett Tony Estrada Christina Etson Chris Evans Mike Evans Nellie Fastigue Carol Federline Barb Fisher Kellie Flannagan Mark Floto Nick Fomaro Keith Fosler Pam Frain 109 Sandy Frattali Carol Fredericks Jeannie Fredericks Elton Gardner Nedra Gardner Teresa Garland Pat Garrick Brian Gentile Carolyn German Marian Gibbs Doug Gibson Martha Gitt Scott Goedeke Thomas Goetting Steve Goldup Jeff Gonya Elmer Grap Ted Greenberg Sue Grill Mark Grimes Dave Guercio Simra Gurbez Barb Hafele Laura Haines Yun Hale Teresa Hamilton Linda Hardy Sterling Harriday it 1 Ol rx' s m ,, 5' , 'wr r 3 swf ' -. , Y -. . f m - vs . .. 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U C' ri, 5 Dennis Harriger Kelly Harrison Banu Hasan David Hauf Jeff Hauser Jean Hawes Eric Hawkes Brad Hayek Sharon Hein Robert Henline Jane Henning Dawn Higgins Lisa Hobby Mike Holle Diane Hopkins John Howard Linda Husband Mark Hutchins Mike Hutchinson Joe Iannuzzi Mark Jackson Barb Jennings Pam Johnson Charles Jones Jason Jordan Barb Kappert Tom Kassakatis Albert Kecken Matt Kellermann Cathy Kelley Teri Kelley Dondi Kelly Marguerite Kieffe Suzanne Kieffer Russell Kirk Chris Klapproth Edie Klein Mark Krampf Gary Lathman Paige Laurer John LeBon l' Ill Steve Lee Bruce Leonard Glenn Lignau Danny Lindsay Paul Loeschke Tunc Lokmanhekim Val Long Liz Lord Greg bosiewski John Lowman Peggy Luber Brenda Mabe Maureen Maffey Mary Ann Makar Laura Mander Valerie Marsh Jessica Masten Dawn Maus Susan McComick Bradd McConnell David McCullough Ann McDermott Del Mefford John Menustik Kathy Merriam Craig Meseke Lynne Miller Scott Mitchell Ginny Mueller Brenda Muldoon Dale Mules Reneno Myers Robin Myers Scott Myers Sheldon Myers Joe Mynaugh Louis Nehemsmann Paula Neuberger Michele Neuman Brian Neun Michele Nido James Noll Richard O'Conne1l John O'Connor H2 i A3 Q 'Jr' i P 6:4 rl X X-M 415 --xxx' A I in .ff PM 'QW XE LW i Sharon O'Day Judy Ogaitis Brian O'Reilly Mark Orman Cathy Owens Judy Palmer Julayne Patty Bob Pease Al Peddicord Lisa Peddicord Edward Phipps James Piel Christina Pierelli Cheri Plein Virginia Powell Steven Preller Craig Prinn Evan Proffen Steven Provost Janet Puls William Rabena Tersa Rallo Judy Raubenstine Lance Rcctanus Delanie Rice Ginny Rich Tom Rich Daniel Richards Bruce Richardson Lynn Riker Neal Riley Donna Rippman Caroline Roche Lisa Rollman John Romanik David Roos Danny Rosenberger Michael Rounsavall Ric Ryder Fred Sadler Raynard Sands Vicki Satkiewicz Zane Satterfield Ellen Schaefer Stephanie Schaefer Roben Schingeck Lisa Schoenbrodt Alben Schumann Glenn Scobee Danny Serio Bmce Sharp Bradley Shifflett Laura Shoda Robert Shorb Bryan Shortley Leslie Shull Victor Siaurusaitis Mike Sisk Sue Sitzman Nora Skerry Dawn Smink Dianne Smith John Soboleski Hale Sonmez Scott Sparrow Jeff Spittel David Spotts Janis Sprague Steven Springer Laura Steiner Heidi Stephan Mary Ann Stershic Leah Stitz Barry Stoll John Stolte Mark Stosz Besty Straehle H4 -O L . e 1 L Q Y 1 . 3 X r 1 a R' Y ,f MFG .ry 3 1 xx rl f F ,A vy N fix Uh- ii' at 1 N 'X xx wie my all e ,gay Leon Young Deanna Zentgraf Martha Zimmermann Lori Stratmann Paul Stroessner Bret Svensson Dennis Sullivan Glenn Summers Craig Sutherland Sharon Tall Page Thieleman Craig Truitt Elaine Trumpower Terry Tuite Kim Ulman Bryan Vacca Tom Van Horn David Waagbo Susan Walter Bob Warren Winston Weiser Gwen Wells Jeffrey Wheeler John white Roberta Whitney Jackie Wiles Roy Wiles Bonnie Will Mitch Williams Dawn Wise Scott Wissman Bob Wolf Lawrence Wong Denise Wright Elizabeth Wright Danny Yingling H5 6 u -d 'Sf-...X X Q clfmsf. 2.,, Q Fax 3 1 wx. in X ,Of Y, 5 mf vo- hw Th-r .Sli 1 n ,f .','w.xiV1 'i - r . "V .4 A . A, 1, If .V- .L - 9- 4 Tb VT?- Q. -H5 Y , 'tri .f?f'w'f Q 1 X- 'sg ,J Administration Scheduling an over-crowded student body was the initial prob- lem in the 1975-1976 school year. However, the administra- tion tried several creative approaches and watched as large problems disappeared. The new addition to the school produced another type of tension as teach- ers took over the student parking lot, but the expectation of more space created an air of expecta- tion. As 1975 gave way to the "Spirit of '76, " administrators and faculty were encouraged by the promise of the future. Mr. Howard W. Adams Ir. - Vice-Principal is. it x. Mr. James R. McCrurnb 1-...Je ,f -4'-9' Principal ne'- ? 4? x Ms. Sue Ann Tabler - Administrative Assistant pm- Guidance Department - calo- ,ij Ms . Myma DuBois O ' -S Mr . Dave Greenberg Guidance stored lacrosse sticks, frogs, motorcycle helmets. budding plants from Vo-Tech. Crying students, angry students. concerned students. exuberant students - crying parents, angry parents, concemed parents, exuberant parents - crying teachers, angry teachers, concerned teachers, exuberant teachers. Students seeking information, voicing their complaints, evaluating their needs, deciding where they are going. Guidance was a maze of service somewhat imprecisely defined, centered around the needs of each individual usually evolving into an endless flow of tran- scripts. We stored your records, administered your tests, supplied you with vocational and college information, saw you individu- ally, in small groups, but mostly we attempted to establish a rela- Lionship with those students who wanted or needed a point of belonging and acceptance. Mr . Chuck Mallory if Ms. Doris Keelan - Guidance Secretary Guidance English Department -H mf- ,, Mr. Gordon Clark Ms Elizabeth Scott Ms . Faith Logan The English Department found time for individual expression even though students and teach- ers were scattered from one end of the building to the other. Although fragmented to allow physical progress, the depart- ment looked ahead to their new quarters. This year found the first semester devoted to mastery of basic language skills. The sec- ond semester allowed students to select their own courses from among the following: Grammar and Composition, American Lit- erature, English Literature, Poetry, Satire, The Classics. NNT Ms Lynn Bloom ,-x ,-- XVVx, VV'-rv V VV'-1 ., VVVVV fvv'-JV X .Qs-'vii 4 xy V VK V' ,V Mr. Lou Mercorella Ms. Karla Gibson Ms. Anne Smith Mr. George Cornmesser Ms. Leslie Bond N f ' GS . S . WA 1. Mr. George Manar Ms. Lynn Kerr 121 Mr . Barry Gentry ' I' v XX Social Studies Department wx' ,'-N t, , at 1. -LQ ' fs? ,113 fo . A .y. , . - If K Y Z QM if , I . ii lt, t if J Y - V 5, f , r 5 Dr. Jack Bridner 'Wt - f X-.-rt l Mr . Skip Link :J A mf. if QI--.. V Mr . Bob Fuhrer I I Z f MI - ' N N Mr . Bruce Smith Mr . Joseph Heaps Mr . John Hoffman Mr . Sam Peters Z X l24 Science Department 'C' Ms . Helen Hill fv Mr . Charles Bogart K 1 X QZUX Mr . Nick Zoulias Mr . Edward Holshue 1 i w 5 ' Q 4 ,ix K ,lt ., ,. , 'im' ,'kf ' by ,s if Ms . Virginia Levin 130 91 V I P i' if 0 f. Mr . David Oppel 110 Mr . Wallace White The Science Department at Mt. Hebron has several new teachers this year, and a brand new lab- oratory assistant - Guy Murray. A new earth science curriculum was begun, with more emphasis on labo- ratory activities and more student involvement. Advanced Biology CAnatomy and Physiologyl and Advanced Chemistry Corganicb were also improved to include more laboratory work . L?"'+ei M L 523, X Mr. Frank Aiello Ms. Ellen Dowling .wjwv 5.51 IV- 9-'. ' A X, Q .." 'Q o O1-. 1 1 X X Ms . Margaret Meyer -if...-A ',.,..f' ff Mr . Dave Johnson Math Department The 1975-'76 Math Department consisted of 11 teachers. Full time math teachers are: Mr. Aiello, Ms. Dowling, Mr. John- son, Ms. Meyer, Ms. Osing, and Ms. Whitt. The part time teach- ers are: Mr. Greasley, Mr. Greenberg, Mr. Legters, Mr. Maier and Mx. Monninger. 'I27 Foreign Language Department The foreign language teachers and students experienced cultures of the other countries by sam- pling typical foods, by visiting French, Spanish, Mexican, and German restaurants, and by prod- ucing plays in various languages. ai s ,-,, ' 'Nz-. 4 Ms . Carol Elder ? -qi Y A,.vX. rh- i '97 ,Q 'asf , .- ' " 1-' K , 'Lrg' '," w 7 -' wx F r , -It .X M, , y of E" ' 'fr 47 A X j 95 . v Ms. Helga Kenze Ms. Debbie Doyle Ms. Mary Ellen Wells ,M IWOWAX 11109 IR? , X j , K Q f yu' 1 p, 7df Mm fdwalaf MI. Kenneth Katzen - Tutorial Ms. Kittye Wright - Music R, f-sd' - ,sv --.Q .SSG W 'II' Ms. Valentina Strickler - Art Av Mr. Robert Johnston - Music 5 Business Education Department ,fn -it PM L . N. , XM 4. Ms. Virginia O'Heim Ms. Ruth Hutchinson v--4 x xi" X 'W xt X .AX x Z! ,X Ms . Janet Oaks Physical Education fi fl Y-xf . M - 4- 1 '- n-i-., A X 1 ff :W- ? fliw, I J Ti-1 . -FW - 55 2: 'Y iff? V J N M fi? is is -1 za ' ,ggi A I fm fi igigyi I tix W . fat" ' Lt.. 1 g--x XX . U... ii 'fff lf.. -- 'uf ii 5x21 :lr -- A J ,QQ - Inf' 1 5, 'Q 'Tli iff' i lvtsizzlf' ts, t ifwim is Z? we effw 1 " ' ' if f' :ff " 'A "3 ' ' ' fc: ' ' ' - ,fz w 42' f 1, - ' '- . . . . 4 " ' '- V A fy ... ' ' .Mi X ,pl ' 1 V '::::. il-Fill?" kv' 'alum Ms . Eileen Schmidt ie. 'sz A Ms . Jessica Conrad Mr . George Myers A-Q X Ms. Pamela Burdick - Home Economics Ms. Eleanor Johnson - Home Economics Hunan Mr. Melvin Greasley - Mr. James Bowers - Driver's Ed. , Indusuial Arts, Math Industrial Arts 3 514' Mr. Neil Woolf - Audio-Visual 'J f '75-57 NK 'R id 5'-s , ai ' Ms. Olive Repsher - Faculty Secretary Ms. Barbara Feaga - Financial Secretary f'x ' in Ms. Ruth McMurtray - Media Center Secretary ,-K K?- CUSTODIAL STAFF - Mr. Roderick Miles, Mr. James Bass, Mrs. Shirley Gray, Mr. Charles Groomes. -1 as 'Lj- NV M fr: I '-: rv-' is Ms. Dee Salvato - Administrative Secretary CAFETERIA STAFF - Ms. Doris Riley, Ms. Rachael Shifflett, Ms. Helen Hilton, Ms. Della Shifflett, Ms. Peg Heaps, Ms. Helen Smith, Ms. Elizabeth Lowe, Ms. Dorothy Kinsler. N 'X 133 uv" 6 .U 05 The Spirit of alhalla Prevails .o3..,. Sharon White, Donna Dembeck Cco-editorj, Pam Perry Cco-editorj, Nancy Sutherland, Cindy Sutton, Judy Ammer, Laura Stewart, Debbie Wallich, Bryan Denson, Kirk Rossmeissl, Diane Foreman, Becky Hardy, Debbie Rosenberger, Alice Noon, Ellen Hanna, Lori Jennings, Lori Waters, Lynn Mergehenn, Karen Davis, Terri Steen, Pat Ralston, Pam Wall, Amy Keepers, Edie Klein, Cheryl Proffen. The students involved in producing the VALHALLA contributed energetically to the success of the Mt. Hebron yearbook. Although the edition operated under a tight budget, it was still able to incorpo- rate many new ideas. The staff was larger than in previous years , with equal distrib- ution of old and new members. With the aid of advisor Ms. Gnizak, the "Spirit of "76" was evident this year in the VAL- HALLA. ..,X Pam and Donna, Co-editors-in-chief The Mountain Hits Its Peak ffr' ,J rl. "fill-1 jig' 1' A 'jg-'xx ,X J, z'.,.q: 5 ' Y- M' "" v Editor . John Eckes THE MOUNTAIN is an innovative school news- paper. The publication is distributed each month of the school year to student and faculty subscri- bers. The Mount Hebron monthly explored areas usually ignored by other school newspapers. The issues investigated ranged from marijuana legali- zation to sex roles in the school. An excellent departmental evaluation of faculty and adminis- tration was also written. The newspaper enjoyed a successful year under the direction of Mr. Corn- messer. In the words of a faculty member, " . . . THE MOUNTAIN engages in the best jour- nalism possible . . ,asm ,f i .. Y- Advisor , Mr . Cornmesser . .1 ,, ,lf ff , ,U-A .. V , .U ,..I'p.,. Steve Waagbo. Jane Bien, Chris Beyer, Linda Luber, Bryan Denson, Casey Dumler, Tom Dietz, Jim Mynaugh. Steve Weingarten, Rick Jennings, Steve Guercio. Kyle Bates, John Eckes Ceditorl, Craig Carson, Janet Hayden, Susan Broderick, Laury Turyn. Hebron cheerleaders VARSITY - Barb Sullivan, Kim Russell, Donna Morris, Debbie McLamb, Lisa Lashuk, Sharon Fauver, Jeannie Makowski, Lynn Mergehenn, Gwen Buttling CCaptainJ, Sue Thorr CCo-captainh, Karen Davis. Through the efforts of the Fall and Winter Cheerleaders enthusi- asm was instilled in all who attended school sports events. Led by Varsity Captain Gwen Buttling and Co-captain Sue Thorr, the cheerleaders gener- ated school spirit during the long football season. Helping to cre- ate an exciting basketball season were Varsity Captain Karen Davis and Co-captain Lynn Mer- gehenn. The 1975-'76 football, basketball and wrestling cheer- leaders succeeded in producing schoolwide support and enjoy- ment. The group's advisors were Ms. Clem and Ms. Oheim. "9 . MWC WL ' sw s rf' . xv "Hey Black, Hey Gold! X, w Lynn Mergehenn "" LLM, ,I catch the spirit I.V. - Diana Morris, Cindy Buttling, Ginny Lynner. Jan Lanehart, Liz Todd, Caroline Roche, Gayle Pettit, Carolyn German. s Y' if MP V Q aol Wa-+"'+. , K'-cp' V xr - RQE215.U5n' N if p-0-MGA-fa 9 s LT 5 wk 8 ,. Lf-LJ I 1 FRESHMEN - Cathy Avara, Dawn Higgins, Cathy Ellis, B ' My ,sm g,wfa.,,c,w HW' vw 0 W f wuaviLA-J mtg- wmv: ma- ' w , ,1i.:H.Mp - 4 4' a'w'i'aa?ej.f A Katie Altman, Miriam Gibbs. vvl A X 1 3 egg 1 J? 3 vkJ ,-af. I '15 .up X WW' 4 ' P Q am ! if N. ks V Aka. M, .Mrk 'FN :...... A53 1 15.9 Orx' Tl ' laik Q51 - .V..L 42 Students experience other cultures through The American Field Service Club was very active this year in exchange programs and fund- raising activities. AFS students from the Baltimore area and Cheshire, Connecticut visited the Mount. Cookbooks, place- mats and Christmas cards were sold by club members. The year was highlighted by capturing the "Best Club Float" award at Homecoming. Mt. Hebron AFS Club members and our exchange students, Regina Castro from Costa Rica and Bente Purup from Denmark, have experienced a fun-filled rewarding year. AF -T , PA ffl' Judy Ammer, Gary Anderson, Nancy Reeder, Tracy Rectanus, Linda Friskey, JoAnn Zim- merman, Sharon Broderick, Marcia Fuller, Terri Lawhom fPres.3, Terri Steen, Janet Span- gler, Mary Mynaugh, Robert Shingeck, Nancy Satterfield, Susan Roche, Susan Hevener tV.P.J, Val Shryock, Melissa Kline fSec.l, Dave Crass tTreas.b. TOP: Regina Castro. Bente Purup. My name is Bente Purup. I am from Denmark, the smallest country in Scandinavia. I live in a suburb of the capital, Copenhagen, called Bagsvaerd. My family in Denmark is very small, including only my father, my sister, and me. In the U.S. , I live with the Lawhorns, and I have two sisters and two brothers. I have joined the Cavaliers and the Equestrian Club. I am very interested in other cultures. This year has been a really great experience for me. Thanks to all of you, my friends. Love. Bente Hola! I am Regina Castro, from Costa Rica, and I am living with the Hevener family. My sister is a senior, Susan. I have three sisters and two brothers in my Costa Rican family, all younger than I. I enjoy people, friendship, and nature. When I retum to Costa Rica, in July, I may study nursing, a job that will give me an opportunity to work with people. During this year I have leamed to love this country as my own. GRACIAS, to all of you who have given the chance to live and learn in the I I X, .xii Q, X. Khin U.S. , my second home. My love to you all , Regina as if t's-f'f'-'i-, J v ..r'fMsQ if E Bente and Regina VISITING AFS'ERS - Anne Wold-Hansen tNorwayJ, Monica Molteni fltalyj, Lorena Maria Baldison CNicaraguaJ, Jorge Zavala Clicuadorl, Liisa Ujapelto tFinlandJ, Terry Lawhorn, Luciana Madureira tBrazi1J, lean-Claude Besson CFranceJ, Tyrrell Duncan Clrelandj, Noemi: Nonoca Predolini CArgentinaJ, Jean Rollin tFranceJ, Manuel Quintans CSpainJ , Esperanza Morales tChi1el. Student Senate is called to order Mt. Hebron's student government concluded another challenging year. In an effort to improve conditions around school, the Student Senate formed 1.1.7 a cleanup committee. This committee removed trash from the school area on a monthly basis. Stu- dent advocates were also appointed, whose duties included helping students with their school prob- ,..x. lems. The Student Senate participated in the Kidney Walkathon, produced Vaudeville Returns, and a can food drive. Officers included: President - Laury Turyn: Vice-President - Kim Krantz, Lissa Bounds, Secretary - Gail Heiss: Treasurer - Bijen Lokman- hekim . Laury Turyn , President I f EJ y it ll ls rags- f . W t Laury Turyn, Tracy Rectanus, Mark Anderson, Holly Greenberg, Sherrie Lathem, Becky Hardy, Bijen Lokmanhekim, Rick Poulin, Lisa Lanier, Keith Dalton, Richard Williams, Janet Hayden, Beth Swartz, Stacey Campbell, Carie Thorr, Lissa Bounds. Lisa Schoenbrodt, Gail Heiss. John Dean. Mount Hebron presents 1 Q , V l'. 3 1 X 4 . 4 -1. 1.1 R' 'VW M 3 :W c 1' . -fan -' .,,f' 'W ' A EI f 'ani -ag g ll . y , ,f is 'Q " 1 ew . 6 ff ,P new Robyn Landis, Lance Rectanus, Tom Dietz. Laury Turyn. Jacob Parr. Hebron's radio station, WMTH, was l operated by the Radio Club. The disc jockeys provided an assortment of music during all lunch periods. For the second year, Mr. Woolf advised the club. The School Store, with the help of managers Jim Ralston and Jeff Arman, furnished Hebron with bargains on school supplies. To highlight the year they held a winter sale under the leadership of Mrs. Hutchinson , their advisor . Q 9 Ig, 1 Jeff Arman and Jim Ralston if 4 man organizations Under the direction of presi- dent David Windley, the Photo Club donated pictures and helped produce the VALHALLA and THE MOUNTAIN. The Photo Club also sponsored a photography exhibition displaying major accomplishments of the mem- bers. The club advisor is Mr. J, , Woolf. X The Varsity Letterman Club is E T made up of Hebron athletes interested in promoting good sportsmanship, leadership, and scholarship. The advisor is Mr. Terpening. N! Chris Reese, Lisa Fuller, Debbie Signorino, Kathy Ehlers, David Windley, Roy Grant, Rich- ard Williams. X -DS' d z Dave Sikora, David Weiss, Wayne Gessentino, Glenn Shoemaker, Greg bong. Kevin Maher, Bob Hannigan, Bob Lucido. Brian Dalton, Joe Rogers, Dale Bruce, Kevin Knisley, Mike Thompson, Dave Freedman, Bob Carter, David Hommerbocker, Art DeCarlo, Hank Humphries, Pat Hurley, Billy McDermott, Mark Messick, Danny Chetelat, Gary Martin, Tony Notari, David Struss, Brian Best, Jim Mynaugh. 46 This year's Senior Class elected seven members to comprise its Senior Board. All the members worked together organizing and sponsoring class activities. Some of these events included the Senior Crab Feast, The Homecoming Dance, Class Night, Senior Follies and various car washes. The board also planned Baccalaureate and Graduation. Concluding a memo- rable year was Senior Week which included a Fun Rally, Senior Take- Over Day and a Class Trip. The advi- sor was Ms. Gnizak. The Junior Class had a very success- ful and eventful year. The class not only entered a winning float in the Homecoming Parade, but they spon- sored a Ring Ceremony, a Winter Bazaar, The Winter Dance, and the Junior-Senior Prom. The Class Offi- cers were: Liz Lauman - President: Anne Divirgilio, Mary T. Gaskin - Co Vice-Presidents: Lynn Martin - Trea- surer: Jenny Stevens - Secretary. Q r Class Boards ,sg MIHEBRGN HIGH SCHOQL - ms-7s ms usumnu scutuulf tau unrstua IEC ll Jll 6 7, + DeSales Kelly, Phyllis Orman, Mary Anne Solano, Suzanne O Connell Sue Benner Tim Connor, Bob Carter. MTHEBRON Lynn Martin, Jenny Stevens, Mary T. Gaskin, Lia Lauman, Anne Divirgilio. Sill- 5 Eilli IIISITY coordinate activities idling... , Barb Sullivan, Lynda Bauer, Carrie George, Cindi Buttling. Jeff Gonya, Jeanie Fredericks, Diane Smit.h, Caroline Roche. Active during the school year was the Sophomore Class and their officers. A candy sale in the fall helped to produce a Valentine's Dance, and a spring basketball game between the faculty and the WCAO Good Guys. In cooperation with the P.T.S.A. the Sophomore Class also held a spaghetti dinner. Class officers were: Cindi But- tling - President: Lynda Bauer - Secretaryg Lizz Todd - Vice- president: Barb Sullivan, Carrie George - Treasurers. Advisor - Ms. Johnson. The Freshman Class was com- prised of four officers: Jeff Gonya - Presidentg Caroline Roche - Vice-president: Jeannie Freder- icks - Secretaryg Diane Smith - Treasurer. With enthusiasm and class support the Freshmen pro- duced a Homecoming float, held various bake sales and sponsored a Spring Dance on April 2. Itis Academic, Human Relations After two tryout sessions in the fall the competitors for It's Aca- demic were chosen. The show was held the second week of Sep- tember. With Mr. Oppelt as coach, the team put forth a commendable effort although they placed third. In the fall, as a direct result of a racial incident, the Human Relations club was formed. Con- cerned students were brought together to discuss problems. The main consideration of the group was to strengthen relations between all students in the school. The new club sponsored a "Coo1 and Casual" dance which proved to be a huge success with a large turnout. Advisors Mr. Greenberg and Mr. Kesmodel look forward to an even more unified future . Greg Hawes, Diane Menustik, Craig McKind1es. Coach Oppelt 1 cgQ,hl I My ,f 3 , J ,. fuss 1 if fp X Don Mahoney, Tony Notari, Donna Keefe, Mariet McCn1mb, Deborah Hammond, Peter Ridgely, Mr. Dave Greenberg Dana Hawkins Lester Wallace, Cherylene Beck, Sue Thorr, Shari Kelly, Betty Sorbo, Saronda Bacon, Mr. P. I. Kesmodel. Thespians display versatility l l l l The members of Troupe 1222214 of The Interna- tional Thespian Society showed great enthusiasm in such varied activities as instrumental and choral music ensembles, dance troupes, and charity pro- ductions. They attended the District and State Drama Conferences, as well as the International Conference in Muncie, Indiana, held at the end of June. Terri Steen, Vice-President to the troupe, was selected as Howard County Representative to the State Thespian Council. Many members were involved with the spring musical, "Funny Girl," and a select group performed a version of "Story Theatre" at area schools. T ul 6 ' . WI lu W6 Members of Troupe 32214 of the Thespian Society presented "Story Theatre" under the direction of Jim Merillat. nr 71 . xii F. ,- is. , x , I 3 1-El, Jim Merillat CPres.J, Terri Steen CV.P. and State Council Memberb, Donna Clark fSec.5, Maribeth Kellerman fTreas.J, Tom Ballentine 1Underclassman Rep.J, Janet Moody, Marcia Fuller, Laury Turyn, Cindee Kloetzli, Laura O'Reil1y, Yvonne Evans, Lynn Martin, Dave Crass, Val Shryock, Becky Boender, Mark Grieb, Elaine Whitney, Janet Spangler, Karen Clark, Roy Grant. Chorus achieves The 1975-'76 season was an outstanding one for the Mt. Hebron Chorus. The Spaghetti Din- ner was very successful, and profits were used to defray the cost of a weekend trip to New York City. In addition to performing several seasonal concerts, the Chorus participated in the second annual Howard County Choral Adju- dication, and received the only "A" rating in the county - a score well deserved for a fine performance. This year's officers were Stepha- nie Satkiewicz, Diane Smith, Terri Steen and Kim Snead for Mixed Chorus, and Marcia Fuller, Kathy McColley, Gail Heiss and Rose- mary Roche for Girls' Chorus. Uyx Mrs . Kittye Wright Mrs. Wright directs the newly formed Madrigal Singers at the Winter Holiday Concert. This select group of students performs works especially suited to smaller groups. A fi 1 Y-tM'si'isiiix at Y' yi ,J . Jam NN I t 1 ty' -I ., I 1 4 J 1 4 , AK A .' ' ' S " X U n . I 4 l ' 2 . l fi i Z J' 23 MIXED - Re astro. il uster. Sue Benner. Janet pangler, Jim Merillat, Dave Cra , Bob Fr , Mind org, arcia Kapelle. Wen Al 'eri, m Christia , Tracy Rectanus, Susan Saito, Heather Kelly, Jessica Maslen, Sharon O'Day, Glenn Lignau. John Roemer, Mark? rie Lydia Cruickshank, Leslie Shull, Phyllis Orman, Jane Goldup, Diana Ridgley, Elaine Whitney, Mary A Mynaugh. Jenni Ste ns., udy Kepler, Wendy Martin, Kerry Lindler. JoAnn Sorg. Ray Goldberg, Janette Hymes, Debbie Lolita Nisley, Diane Merrill, Karen Clark. Terri Steen, Jan Bogart, Julie Dom, Nora Skerry. Diane Smith. Stephanie ech. JoAnn Zimmerman, Mrsqwright. A'x AWK 2? 5.'a' X . , x Chess Club and Strategy Club The Strategy Club headed by Mr. Gentry helped students become proficient in strategy games like Tank Battle and Diplo- macy. This is the only club at Mount Hebron that for two consecutive years, has met every Friday, even throughout the summer. The Strategy Club should be congratulated on the dedication of its members. The Chess Club encour- aged students to play chess matches with each county school at least two times. With advisor Mr. Heaps, the season ran from December to February. Matches were held on Tuesday and meetings occurred on Wednesday. exercise minds l l lim Ralston, Brian O'Day, Winston Weiser, Dave Waagbo, John Menustik, Mark Orman, Tony Cooke, Scott Goedeke, Jerry Fuller, Mr. Gentry Cadvisorj, Bill Hommerbocker, lim Gaskin. Ui -ov-an-.,.,. I . guna' 8, Nl!!! 9' N. ' YS 'law . ' x Rick Poulin, Hugh Taylor, Tony Cooke, Winston Weiser, Dave Waagbo, Dave Mules, Jim Mynaugh, Mr. l-leaps fadvisorj. Special skills are required 'ek ...gr J!" gv rss ' IL rs., 43 Q A 1' Michele Neuman, Diana Swearman, Diane Srrtith, Robin Bishop, Ed Newcomb, George Harmening, Kim Fullwood, Ms. Kerr, Steven Browning, Ruth Knight, Dawn Smink. Q - , 1. ,.i..Y,,,. Sv . .lv - ,A b , 4 . 4-. , . Jennie Stevens, Lisa Lashuk, Sandy Stanton, Cindy Gruver, Wayne Cossentino, Bree Avel- lar, Robyn Landis, Vicki Steiner, Laura Steiner, Steve Heerman, Matt Williams, Richard Williams. Paul Relle, Carol Martielli. The Equestrian Club partici- pated in many stimulating activ- ities this year. The advisor, Ms. Kerr, helped plan many of the activities which made the year enjoyable. They attended local horse shows, planned trial rides, and saw movies. To climax the year, they attended the Interna- tional Horse Show at the Capital Centre and visited Hanover Farms. Hebron's Ski Club was organ- ized in order to enable students an opportunity to go on ski trips for reduced rates. On these trips inexperienced skiers have a chance to learn how to ski and the experienced have a chance to improve their skills. L 0'ii'JfgQixu Alyadpib . . rs' A O Wanaka. A ,tw ,QED vahers agglh to half EIEQIQ Www " ,. '- I ,Q , e-,Cxzf 'ou ' ' . we .bE'ajZU52'1'i zotdiiliifiw P, Ofwta fl Q4 +f"'1CTLLD'fA,'fffU Q Nga is gg WJO. ' his year the Cavaliers, under the leadership of if-7 oQ,f.'D 'fn WXC Anne Snead, have actively participated in many A events. Along with performing at halftime shows, an l f l they have marched in the Columbus Day Parade, the 01596 ' l Hagerstown Parade, and the Homecoming Parade:TAJfwc2QLQ ff Invitations to the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness1OJ6f-QQ, ' F havecbeen extended to the group. f7'YX f7Y10xQ, 3. acclaim - Qf3fYYNOC,d-QQ foufclfwb Q., ,X V Vcc-1rfLwH'm.o +1fLQ5, ytloocl .Quai o.QL.3 -fa, l ,tx , , , ,P y F l " Dx. ' 9 1 E B A ,. v. t , J 'il fl gl fi ' H X ' -- F ly N X vw 5. A I C 1 ! .. 'x 1 ' 5 i - ' , ,. ll?" 1 ' f . t., ,W -Q Sin t K' a , M , Wsrglfgizc' N ' I JQSTQ' 'nf x ' fi Fifi" 1 3:1 1 i .-, ' .flag ,. ,. , yzkk Q' A N ,L It , V , Q -Q. -ffiaj -W Kimldnf' I It R Y I Y SA . V',A . L' lit. ggg,'J,v.x,wx ' if ,,. ...S- Mary Mynaugh, Laura Bowen, Joanne Zimmerman. Cindy Rich, - Susan Loomis, Karen Clark CCapt.J, Donna Bridner, Cheryl Faust, Laura English, Kelly Brock. Julie Owens, CCapt.J, Mary T. Gaskin, Bobbie Saas. 154 Julie Dom, Cheryl Proffen fCapt.J, Becky Boender. Pam Perry, Donna Dembeck, Heather Kelley, Anne Snead, Susan Addison. N N 5 N WW lun- A - W' 'uw' . ." S- ,va . W 1 ' I X 1 . I i - m ' .' ' Q 5 I L X , A 5 . 4 " X , ' f. 1, nl V ' ft "s 4 l rw-Q uf V g 1 :.:5"i-if , V, K ' - ' V E' .l . Q, V I X, t 4. ' A X V-,llyglfgfwi 1,51f4,L ,:l":"M"'7S . if ,. W xv 1 I K' ??'+:f"WffEW:iffffifgws.,asm N5 ' .Kx,w.f,M,,,. , -, rw , , t,,.,g.11!. f,a,,,.f, .4 ,f-..o,q Y, ' f 3,2 a-19 ' .. H -. 'Cv '. '1'-ii" z :vM,'.-7W9F"'77'f'f'i!,. . h .Jr ,. an f, -QA 7 1, i 4 v a has u gg,Q:fg45f:g5.5q ':+.:,,:Qgv 9 4, l. ,. I Livmiw . ups fse! ' t . a ffix. 3 5Er.,u1'?:. .19-Y' win. 'uf:x'iwL .1vfit5' . ' . r sr: '. ff 4' .15 V i - Margarite Keefer, Sue McDermott. Sandy Jurgelaitis, Michele Nido, Beme Purup, Nancy Reeder, Terri Lawhorn CCapt.J, Karen Butler, Darlene Jones, Debbie Cannon, Diane Fore- men , Regina Castro . Practice makes perfect . . the fans go wild . . ." The Mount Hebron Lanc- ers, characterized by their high kicks, have again proved to be a fantastic drill team. Throughout the school year performances at football and basketball games -5,4 consistently thrilled the crowds. . f 1 H In the fall, competing in the 9 i 1 Columbus Day Parade held in T : , I Baltimore, the Drill Team won I t t . first place. The Lancers, advised .. A L- J ' lxhfiiv-all '-"ff"-'K by Ms. Hutchinson were also a ff . ' ,fi -K rkiisiif f I . ' 'A art of the Alsatia Parade 1n - a"+'n ' '-'H' ., P . . . .' .C -. - .3-. fir- M'-,Z siffifi-F,.c Hagarstown. An invitation to the seep - - if -we5w.rw- - g:,,,,u W- L , .. M Kentucky Derby, in the last week H ,AR ,afqgg of April, was extended to the 'H 4 4-"'rf'L. t ww ' - Lancers. Mixed emotions??? Captain Linda K-1 V -rnT.,rK- V K , xxx A N ' - h-' wt- ,AVSWM . ,,,,,- ' . , . . Y 5' "S -Q Q-- mm. III 4. 1 a . I ls' R a t .. f':. ' .1 if f -. -1 me - t , f ug A .t -'l N19-Mgt, wk, ,Q nic vnswlow, it i, L bf, 5' 3 p ', , X Q-I. fa :rp 4' - 5 . M? f V, viii 41 I . JU i X pw 5- ll B, nu A .1 l ,p J i ' A 'X Q A l cv ' 'A' .,L ' "B J. 0, ., A dmv, ' , ,A i 'n I ' " ' r 'i" ' frr' 11. 5 y ii? . , It ' , Q5 1 . Y 4 , , A .y-.LN A.r.n.. A . .. Cindee Kloetzli. Linda McCauley, Alice Noon, Debbie Wallich, Kim Cannon, Mela Cardno, Leigh Mergehenn, Michele Dilegge, Dana Jay, Kim Axt, Pat Ralston, Cathy Mammerella, Rosanne Sotak, Sheri Cross, Rosemary Roche, Carol Werner, Donna Clark, Amy Keepers, Kim Snead, Laura O'Reilly, Sue Benner, Janette Hymes, Kim Christ, Mary Anne Solano, Robin White, Jean Donnelly, Mindy Sorg, Joanne Sorg, Patty Halderman, Debbie Lodder, Judy Ammer, Gail Heiss, Laurie Hay, Laura Stewart, Lisa Christ, Cherie England, Beth Hoffman. A-bo' The 1975-'76 season was active for the Viking Band. Through the Fall, the performers pre- pared for the Winter Holiday Concert and the Second Annual Guest Artist Concert, featuring Mr. Harold Griswald, and County Band Adjudi- cation. At the County level, the Symphonic Band was judged as superior, with a "I" rating. This rating allowed the Mt. Hebron Symphonic Band to participate at the State Adjudication, at which both the Symphonic and Stage Bands were judged excellent, receiving "II" ratings. Several members performed for the spring musical, "Funny Girl." The season closed with a Spring Concert of popular music and the recording of the Band's first record. Individual accomplishments abounded as several band members performed at County and State Solo Adjudications. President Janet Span- gler was the first student from Howard County to become a member of the Maryland State Band. Dave Crass, Janet Spangler, Susan Hevener and Terri Steen were elected to "Who's Who Among Music Students in Ameri- can High Schools." This year's officers were Janet Spangler, President, Ken Rapp and Sue l-levener, Co-Vice Presidents, and Martha Johnson, Publicity. Mt. Hebron --'X'-11 1 Bn-I CONCERT BAND - Dave Crass, Laura Turner, Melissa Kline, Jenni Thien, Susan Hevcner, Sue Grill, Gwen Wells, Martha Zimmer- mann, Julie Owens, Debi Byard, Nancy Satterfield, Janet Span- gler, Kathy Kelly, Rose Sanfillippo, Pat Neary, Laura Shoda, Robin Robertson, Brad McConnell, Martha Johnsen, Janet Ander- son, Sue Eicher, Cathy Owens. Judy Ogaitus. Joe Judge, Sally QQQBRON Ly yldlff X rv' tw DQ? K . v Q f' 9 9 10 affcm V' ,f'F REVENGE! ! Band Plays On 5 Nuessle, Bob Sorbo, Terri Steen, Dave Balthis, Todd Howard, Steve Grill, Dave Ditto, Jeff Arman, Robert Schingeck, Louis Nchmsmann, Val Shryock, Richard Clark, Mark Watkins, Rich Williams, Gary Anderson, Ken Rapp, Glenn Scobee, Mark Brook- hart. Ginny Mueller, Steve Heerman. Mr. Johnston. STAGE BAND - Dave Crass, Sue Eichet, Janet Spangler, Joe Judge, Mark Watkins, Nancy Satterfield, Martha Zimmermann. Richard Clark, Val Shryock, Ken Rapp, Steve Payne, Mark Brookhart. Bob Sorbo, Dave Balthis, Steve Grill, Glenn Scobee, Steve Heerman, Ginny Mueller, Mr. Johnston. Mr. Robert D. Johnston - Director Gggekby fp: lf 'al 9 4 44 Lv I Q . N 4 . ialxyf .pf 5 n' :NX ff 'F . ,7 firm -lx FL 'Mm , -A, ,K Q cg-g'f,',g' QfN mall 427515,-?g - ,,. :- Excellent! This year the National Honor Society was multifaceted and successful. Under the leadership of their advisor, Mrs. Oaks, President John Eckes, Vice-Pres- ident Matt Hall, Treasurer Becky Boender, and Secretary Karen Brand, they were involved in many activities. Their float won 2nd prize in the competition at the Homecoming Parade. During the Christmas season they worked diligently on the "Toys for Tots" program, which provided toys for needy children of Howard County. Also, as in past years, they sponsored a Phillipine child in the Christian Children's Fund. In addition , N . H . S . started something new this year. Together with the Student Gov- ernment, they helped produce the Student Directory. N.H.S. Inducts Scholars OLD MEMBERS - Becky Boender, John Eckes, Karen Brand, Terri Steen, Jim Merillat, Laura O'Reilly, Judy Ammer, Laura Stewart, Patti Lowman, Tami Lodder, Jean Makowski, Amy Keepers, Terri Corcoran, Marcia Fuller, Erica Peterson. Cheryl Proffen, Debbie Wal- lich, Jim Mynaugh, Val Masten, Susan Saito, Cindee Kloetzli, Robin White, Avia Ram- polla, Sharon Dunn, Bob Carter, Linda McCauley, Joe Rogers, Beth Harrington, Cliff Boltz, Janet Spangler, Susan Hevener, Beth Armstrong, Lolita Nisley, Kelly Brock, Tracy Rectanus , Phyllis Orman . ...N .v....v..,...,. - .,....,. ....,........o.b, ......c, .. Y... -. .W .... - ............ W... H.-, ..... . , W . , , , Melanie Baker, Larry Ripley, Jenny Haughton, Karen Kelly, Mary Romanik, Carol Werner, Diane Menustik, David Weiss, Brec Avellar, Janet Moody, Nancy Satterfield, Val Shyrock, Jayne Ruls, Karen Clark, Gregg Hawes, Carolyn Ziegler, Jennie Stevens, Donna Bridner, Sue Loomis, Gail Heiss, Diane Smith, Yvonne Evans, Chip Perdue, Linda Friskey, Bente Purup. Regina Castro, Mary Mynaugh, Kyle Bates, Steve Grill, Suzanne O'Conne1l, Kim Snead, Janet Hayden, Mollie Roemer, Sally Nuessle, Steve Weingarten. X2 MV N .x"""""9"4'1 ,.,.,,, 1 P N' w xLfffAeQ ,QQ A fn .W www :Qt . 3, Xu f Q, Q :,. X X 1 , 9 K 13 1 A 159 ii ' 'ln n flh- -QW! , , , nw T' 5 L' Q8 J wax ' - sf' :nfs N I C7 Q . N., fp, f' T 'X -X 4, , 'AV v if xf Lvnbxffj 'L Back-To-School Dance Packs Them In The Student Senate opened the 1975 school social season on Sep- tember 20 with its sixth annual Back-To-School Dance. Fantas- tic music was provided by "Free Spirit," who highlighted the evening with such special effects as strobes, bubbles, and a light snow. The first school-wide activity of the year was well attended as everyone squeezed into the gym for a good time. rw' ' r 5 42 '-Qin. A1 xi x '94 A -'. 4 ,, .A,..' 1?-aff' ' vb? 4-3 "Blahhh! " There s something about an Aqua Velva man Juniors Take Their 6'Turn', N --1""""l' "Oooh . . . it's stuck!" Our exchange students, Regina and Bente, receive their rings. ., - Lisa has her ring turned . W-it "Alright, hand it over. " The long-awaited Junior Ring Ceremony took place on Septem- ber 25 in the Mt. Hebron Audito- rium. After speeches by class officers Liz Lauman and Anne Q DiVirgi1io, Mr. McCrumb dis- tributed the new 1977 school rings to the anxious members of the Junior class. With much enthusiasm and confusion, the class of '77 then carried out the traditional "turning of the rings." is 163 In celebration of the Bicentennial, "America the Beautiful" was chosen as the theme of Vikings Day '75, held on October 4. The day's activities began with the traditional Vikings Day Parade, featuring the Marching Band, Lancers, and Cavaliers. A colorful array of floats followed, with those of the AFS club and the Junior Class being declared the win- ners of the float competition. The mighty Vikings thrilled alumni by trouncing the Oakland Mills Scorpions 49 to 6. At half-time, the Mt. Hebron Marching Units entertained the crowd with a spirited performance. The 1975 Home- coming Court was then presented and Mary Anne Solano was crowned queen. Her princesses were Tami Lodder, Kim Snead, Cindy Sutton, Kim Axt, Kim Rus- sell, Cindy Buttling, Kathy Ellis, and Becky Hardy. Vikings Da Activities Juniors blast the Scorpions AFS salutes the Land of Opportunity. The Senior princesses arrive And the beat goes on . . . Dazzle Spectators The Homecoming Court Homecoming crowd cheers the Vikings on. i f I The Vikings run away with the game. The Cavaliers line up for pre-game. "If only they knew I was allergic to roses!" Homecoming Dance Highlights Vikings Da .X I t. . 1 0 N --. ti' A 5 1 -1 And the stars of our show . . . Karen and Walt Mt. I-lebron's Homecoming Dance, sponsored by the Senior Class, was held on October 4. Music by "Zed" made for a spir- ited evening that reunited stu- dents, faculty, and alumni. The theme of the day, "America the Beautiful," was captured by the impressive gold star at the entrance. The 1975 Homecom- ing Dance brought a perfect day to a perfect end. The end of a perfect day Still alive in '75! Halloween Spirit Fills Hebron A new Lancer?! On October 31, Hebron's halls were filled with the Halloween spirit. Students from all grades and several teachers dressed up for the occasion. Costumes ranged from the traditional witches and goblins to unique outfits such as beer cans and hot- dogs in buns. Sponsored by the Student Senate, prizes were awarded to Becky Boender for the prettiest costume, Vicky Byard for the most original, and Karen Kelly for the scariest. The award for the funniest costume was shared by Terry Cassard and Deb- bie Hammond. Many people par- ticipated to make this year's Halloween Day the best yet. .-',.".,- "Now that's the most ridiculous thing I ever heard." Mindy sees the Light. A typical English class. Band and Choruses Present Concerts Mixed Chorus watches for their cue . J sill.. Girls Chorus performs. The Mt. Hebron Music Depart- ment held two concerts this year: the Winter Concert, which took place on December 17, and the Spring Concert on the 20th of May. Under the direction of Mr. Robert Johnston and Ms. Kittye Wright, the Mt. Hebron Band and Choruses gave gazzling perform- ances that captivated their audi- ences. Hebron's own Ricky Ricardo The Mt. Hebron Symphonic Band Winter Dance Wraps Up '75 Jingle Bell Rock . . . visions of sugarplums Silent Silhouette Janet and Danny toast thc season. This year's Winter Dance was held in the Mt. Hebron gymna- V gy iff, sium on December 19. The Jun- Q-Y' f , .- -J ff' , ior Class, who sponsored the eve- L. ,7"f, ff f"v ',' ' 1 gyyx I I Lf.. f,n + , ning, brought to life the holiday spirit with their seasonal decora- tions that included decorated Christmas trees and a life-size Frosty the Snowman. Each couple removed their own personalized Christmas ball from one of the trees as a remembrance of the evening. The music of "Hyde Park" kept everyone rocking as the last dance of 1975 brought the year to an end. ffl! - Fa' 'Q f I ll lx: I ,,', 'vt ,iff qv' A I Cool 'N Casual Dance a First The Human Relations Club sponsored its first dance on Janu- ary 17 from 8 to 11 p.m. The purpose was to bring together blacks and whites in a schoolwide activity to promote improved racial relations. A tremendous turnout made the dance a huge success. Informal dress and the music of "Maxx" made for a "Cool 'N Casual" evening. gi Q-rw. ' A . 1-E . try. Vx 4, F ,45- "Love will keep us together!" E The Human Relations Club Do the Hustle! NL. f Hearts Unite at Va1entine's Dance X7 Dancing cheek to cheek. Paul and Rosanne "Isn't he cute? ! " la it , iii L. , -,,,.,,, , ,, up. F ., . .-.s.-..ft-:Z Cupid's Court The annual Valentine's Dance was held appropriately on Febru- ary 14. Everyone listened to the good vibrations of "Legend" and enjoyed delicious refreshments, both provided by this year's spon- sor, the Class of '78. Cindec Kloetzli was crowned queen of the Valentine's court. Her prin- cesses were Linda McCauley, Alice Neon, Linda Bauer, and Becky Hardy. l72 Black and Gold Night a Tradition Black and Gold Night took place on February 27. This, the final home basketball game of the season, proved to be an upset for the Vikings as both I.V. and Varsity squads, lost to their Fort Hill opponents. Between games Donald Keister and Bijen Lok- manhekim were announced as Mr. and Ms. School Spirit. Later at the Varsity halftime, the packed crowd was treated to a thrilling show which featured the Band, Lancers, and Cavaliers. The Black and Gold Night tradi- tion of welcoming the new Lancer captain was carried out as Linda McCauley handed her whistle over to the 1976-'77 cap- tain, Alice Noon. The Cavaliers concentrate during their halftime performance. 'Ns i ,ff -1,,,...n Q Mr and Ms M' as -, .3 " Q.- Z'-x M63 ' E' Leap, Kevin, leap, get off your feet! .lust for kicks. Freshmen Sponsor Spring Tunc Lokmanhekim, Mike Rounsavall, and Tom Stebbins. Nancy German 1. Ellen Schaefer Dance T' W , 1 xg M Anne Snead April 2nd was the date of the annual Spring Dance. Sponsored by the Freshman Class, it fea- tured the music of "Sage." Held from 8-11 in the gym, good attendance and seasonal decora- tions made for an enjoyable eve- ning. -Q The cast applauds the orchestra. Lead dancer, Cindee Kloetzli. Tremendous Cast Makes 5 Q a 5 li Jim Cannon in make-up. "His love makes me beautiful. " -n xy Q ei uFunny Girl" a Hit The Card Players "Funny Girl," this year's spring production, was presented March 25 through 27. The play tells the story of the legendary Ziegfeld star, Fanny Brice, and her turbulent marriage to the handsome gambler, Nick Arn- stein. Sue Benner and Jim Cannon took the leading roles of Fanny and Nick. Other major players included Jim Merillat, Laura O'Reilly, and David Crass. Under the direction of Mrs. Anne Smith and student director Janet Moody, "Funny Girl" drew sell-out crowds and was an over- all success. 1 'Ar -vt 1 4. 3 Who taught her everything she knows?" 5 we n,iy. is 4' 35, 'ri 41 t '- X . , 1 ' A t T Barbara Bell backstage . May 7th marked the date of the Junior-Senior Prom. The dance was held in the elegant Kittama- gundi Room of the Rouse Building overlooking the lake in Colum- bia. Normally the blythe spirit cannot be captured, but the splendor of the evening seemed to do just that. The band featured was "Begin- nings," who played from 9 til 1. Silver charms and dance booklets were given to the girls as tokens of the evening. A year long effort by the Junior class proved to make this year's prom one of the best that Hebron has ever seen. Juniors and Seniors Capture t l Gary and Lisa arrive in the "Royal Coach." A toast for the evening. 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'E -E, A '1 .J ,J L, .fl W, .'1 lull. he-LN .RV A e fi Y . - X K f' x 2-fp ' ' :sw f A X 4 1 tg J ,fi 9' iii I I - , Photographs and memories Christmas cards you sent to me, All that I have are these To remember you. But we sure had a good time when we started way back when . . I79 5 'fl 5+ , , , F15-Qifhav .1355 . W.-,gg .,.. 4, I X. wxms E' E K' :3'g5'y :.m75.'2, '0 Q1 I! .f'. '-J. '55 ,L 'f T N A Fine Varsity Team Wins Seven Straight The "76" Varsity Team with combined strengths of character, team unity, senior leadership and just plain ol' good football players won seven straight games. The team had a good offense consisting of a strong ground attack led by Wayne Cos- sentino, Bruce Kerr and Joe Rog- ers. The superb offensive line consisted of Billy McDermott, Tony Notari, Dave Struss, Dan Chetelate, Dave Sikora, Ken Sikora, Art Decarlo, Mark Meas- ick and Richard Gavlin. The strong defense contributed immensely to the seven wins. Playing defense were Greg Long, Chris Johnson, Dave Adamson, Bruce Schmickley, Hank Hum- phries, Bob Lucido, Bill Melvin, and Dan Chetelate. The last game of the season was against Howard and it was the finest game for the Vikes. The offense was first to break the ice by scoring a touchdown after a no-show first half. The defense gave up only 11 points total and held Howard scoreless for three quarters. Hebron played a hard hitting Howard team resulting in the loss of some key Hebron players such as Wayne Cossen- tino. Wayne had already had 108 yards rushing leaving the game in the third quarter. They also lost Mike Thompson and all-county Joe Rogers. Every team has its superb play- ers. On offense there was Brian Dalton who among other things broke every passing record for Hebron. Also Bruce Kerr and Joe Rogers ran for over 700 yards together. The defensive standout was Greg Long who led the team in tackles and broke the record for interceptions in a season. Outstanding senior players were Brian Dalton, Bruce Kerr, Joe Rogers, Dan Chetelate, Tony Notari, Dave Sikora, Greg Long and Art Decarlo. Art Decarlo The sack pack 3999 Bob Machesney, Dave Friedman, Scott Wimmer, Wayne Cossentino, Dave Weiss, Mike Rallo, Greg Long, Kevin Mahar, Jeff Glascock, Bill Collins, Gary Cullison, Bruce Kerr, Mark Measick, Dave Struss, Jim Gaskin, Mark Bollinger, Barney Repetti, Tony Tall, Bob Lucido, Bill Melvin, Larry Ripley, Tom Bandy, Joe Rogers, Brian Dalton, Tony Notari, Bo Feaga, Mike Thompson, Dave Adamson, Art Decarlo, Brent Boone, Mark Hart, Mr. Monnager, Mr Holshue, Pat Hurley, Bill McDermott, Richard Gavlin, Dave Sikora, Dan Chetelate, Gary Martin, Ken Sikora, Bob Hannigan, Chris Johnson, Bob Bode, Hank Humphries, George Hale, Dale Bruce, Mr. Terpening, Bob Cooper, Mr. Aiello. gn Senior Quarterback Tony Notari making tackle Brian Dalton ' v 'P Mark Measick makes reception in end zone. Joe Rogers finds big hole . Greg Long breaks tackle. Bob Lucido punting. 5- 4 J .V. and Frosh Football Show heir Best The Freshman squad placed third in the county with a 4-4 record. The offense sparked the team with a lot of yards gained but had trouble cashing in on the TD's. They also had trouble with loss of players, yet did a good job and should have an even better year on the Junior Varsit . The J.V. football team coac ed by Dave Greenberg and Jim Boeseler had an enormously successful season as they rolled to their sec- ond county championship in the last three years as the result of a 7-1-1 record. The team was led offensively by the mighty mite Joe Tringali who broke numerous school records including most yards rushed for in one season. Outstanding players were Brooke Carter, Danny Sikora, C. I. Hereth, David Brookhart and Andy Sitzman. The entire squad played nearly every game and should be proud of their champi- onship season. -..s.,1..ag.-., -..g...... .Q Gouchie Sands, Craig Southerland, Scott Myers, Pierre Chausse, Bruce Leonard, John Emmett, Reno Myers, Chris Evans, Jason Jordan, Greg Bastress, Brad Shifftler, Mark Hudchins, Chip Baker, Bob Warren, Toy Wiles, Brad Huak, Berry Stole, Eric Hawks, Dave Compton. Tom Van Horen. Keith Kelly, Tunc Lokmanhekim, Craig Prince, Larry Anderson, Matt Kellerman, Leon Young, Matt Dryer, Ted Ashburn, Mike Evans, David Sports, Neal Kiley, Bill Harvey, M. Neuman, J. McAllister, J. Tringali, S. Adamson, B. Carter, C. Tangires, S. Freeman, T, Decarlo, D. Ellis, K. Stershic, T. Brand, M. Clarke, T. Moats, P. Benvenuto, C. I. Hersth, M. Bowen, A. Sitzman. l. Gonya, S. Hiner, T. Lanyi, A. Higgs, Mr. Boeseler, S. Compton, D. Brookhart, M. Williams, R. Askins, K. George, K. Dalton, S. Rooney, D. Sikora, D. Evans, K. Avellar. C. Roundsauall, M. Sapp, 1. Shippey, K. Bernier, Mr. Greenberg. tan 4 fi if Gold Team f' Tees Off Jim Mynaugh's excellent iron play and Gary Martin's long driv- ing ability led the Viking golf team to a second place finish in the county standings. Kevin Knisley and Rich Gourley in the third and fourth positions, played superb golf all season and con- tributed greatly to the team's overall 6-3-1 record. Juniors Paul Beck, Gregg Hawes, Steven Waagbo, and Sandy Stanton Calternatej, will be the only starters returning to next year's team. 1 Paul Beck, Greg Hawes, Kevin Knisley, Jim Mynaugh, Matt Williams, Coach Heaps, Sandy Stan- ton, Kerry Judge. Rick Anderson, Richard Gourley, Cnot picturedl Steven Waagbo. r fs I Way to BOOGIE, Jim!" "Eat your heart out, Arnold Palmer." r' K ' up -.. - 'f' gf.-.-0 1 'wi' fa . . Y-4...i:tr fa'-,,,f,i... '12s.3T V -- ff ow,-. ,- Volle ball Hits Hebron The volleyball season began in a promising way as the Vikings downed Francis Scott Key, but later matches pitted Hebron against the perenially strong Carroll County team, and an away match with Key. Mt. Hebron kept its unbeaten record intact as they beat Howard twice capturing the Count Champion- ship for the second year in a row. T e District 5 match placed Hebron against a powerful Glen Burnie team and the Vikings did not advance. Coaches Elizabeth Scott and Bruce Smith await next year when there will be a Varsity and Junior Varsity pro- gram. "Wow! This is gonna hurt." Jump a little higher, higher . . . mf tl I1 5 rl ,- ,.. N.- .-...-..-.,,....f , . , .. Y W-Y ' ' '--"-4 ' ' ' 2 .- www if - ff . ,J ' , , i 6 Coach Smith, Jean Makowski, Terri Kelley, Avia Rampolla Ccaptainj, Marlene Rooney fcaptainj, Diane Gagnon, Doris Makowski tmanagerb. Coach Scott, Debra Hammond, Renee Koch, Jenny Haughton. Janet Spangler, Regina Grabowski, Bonnie Smitherman, Dana Hawkins fscorekeeperl. J .V. Hooke Takes County Champs Susie Rooney dodges an opponent. "Where did the ball go?" This year's J.V. Hockey team began its season with many new and exciting players. Coach Jan- ice Chaillou worked hard to pre- pare the girls for the season. Because of the players' hard work and good spirit, they concluded their season with a 3-2-5 record which was good enough to take the county title . Martha Hayner dribbles the ball. Coach Janice Chaillou Theresa Sturm, Maria Hutchinson, Capt. Lisa Lanier, Linda DeCar1o, Martha Haynor, Coach Chaillou, Lisa Beacraft, Page Tillman, Susie Rooney, Rose Allulis, Melodie May, Penny Boyd, Lisa Fuller, Sue Kiefer. Spirit Hits the This year's Varsity Field Hockey Team, under the coach- ing of Jessica Conrad, began its season with only four returning players. The team proved to be very versatile which allowed the players to switch from the tradi- tional line-up to the European, called "the system." Even though they ended their season with a 3-3-4 record they were the only team to tie Glenelg, who took the county champion- ship. a' .tl-S Zvi? Q, . l Coach Com-ad "What is that jerk doing?" , i 'C 'I i 5 tw if T ' ,PQ - 2 , 1 . . - D V 1 . , Y.-, R W g V, C A x Coach Conrad, Janet Moody, Patti Lowman, Linda Lanier. Sharon Holz, Shelly Sharbaugh, Renate Reed. Carol Brosenne, Jeannie Soscia, Debbie Dudar, Marcie Mealy, Karen Kelly. Barbara Bell, Sue Leech, Terry Cassard. Hockey Team -' - -so .I J Sue Leech completes a pass I0 Jeannie Soscia. fiiil' ,QR I ,kk x . "Let's HUSTLE! " "Bur I didn't mean to do ir. " Cross Countr Ends Successful Season 'x ami 4 Coach Katzen, Tim Miller, Doug Westby Gibson. John Roemer, Ken Holz, Larry Russell. Bryan Denson, Jim Clark, Dave Chilcote, Chris Beyer, Glenn Shoemaker, Brian Mooring. . , X Piel, Ellen Milbourn. Richard I I . ,- -4 . , - . . , - .,. :1 ,1'-'.,El,. ' 2 gi' ,Sli 2 le, . . r , ,. Q The 1975 Viking Cross it I 'T ' is J . Country Team, under the diligent coaching of Ken Katzen, compiled a 5-1 1' 14, dual meet record. The i 2 TEAM placed 2nd in the I county, 3rd in the district f N I and 7th in the state cham- i X pionships. This year's , Hereford Invitationals proved to be a success for the TEAM. The Vikings ran against AA schools and placed 5th out of 16. The 6 coach stated that last year ' Richard Clark was a year for rebuilding, it I-44,f4.L'e and he was "more than Ken H012 1eased" with the results. Striders Perform Well in State Competition - A .+- ,V ' frz' ,. . .ol Lg':.t-.1-,Q ...N 1jT.,..:.1- 1 ' - uf 4' Q F ?fa5if'fi'?'19If?f 55 ,-r 621435-?f59' K' . , . nf.: 1 'I M IQ 'T Iv 'A 1 x"55!' 4 'vf' -32 h .vs-t V. ual-nm. Now I want you to listen and I want you to listen good. " fl. lv STAR! ,W ,YM 'Ivy The last mile. Females break through. i l V Y ,,+,M l Hebron Grapplers Bill Rabena, Dan Ellis, John Stolte, Greg Long, Mike Rousavall, Brecc Avellar, Dave Brookhan, Danny Chetelat. Brian Dalton, Dave Hom- merbocker , Larry Russell. The Varsity Wrestling team produced a record of 2-11. The many injuries of the Varsity wrestlers contributed to the team's disappointing season. The vacancies on the Varsity team were filled by four freshmen and three sophomores. This left many weight classes on the Junior Var- sity team unfilled, contributing to their unsuccessful season. Greg Long and Brian Dalton were two outstanding wrestlers, who com- piled impressive records. The experience gained by the team and the fact that only four seniors will graduate, made Coaches Myers and Johnson optimistic about next year's teams. Brian Dalton Complete Season Ted Greenberg, Steve Lee, Kirk Ohler, Dave Compton Crarg Prrnn Pete L1ns Steve Compton Kenh Dalton Scott Wrmmer Joe Parne Henry Alphalt, Mike Newmen. One more for Greg! .-, Varsity Basketball Shows Spunk Under Zoulias The Varsity team under Mr. Zoulias, won most of its games at the end of the season. Averaging '73 points a game, the team as a whole shot 4947.1 from the floor, with Peter Ridgely having the best percentage with 55010. Jeff Todd, Lester Wallace, and Kevin Knis1ey's combined total of 105 steals used effectively with their fast break posed a threat to oppos- ing teams. The rebounding was led by Gary Martin and Kevin Knisley. Q. X A Kfhi- D ' vfwws iiss ' N vfK'HGs,f U qlj fl T s c ciyc ef: fs , l X 196 IKINB Jeff Todd, Bruce Schmickley, Tim Peters, Lester Wallace, Brian Lapp, Mr. Zoulias, Mark Stinson, Gary Martin, Kevin Knisley, Peter Ridgley, Brad Rees. .gi ' tw 'H-sw Weasel ,,1f"',,4, ,.!v?f, ,X df!! VIKINGS 5 U VIKINGS Bruce Schmicklcy and Peter Ridgcly X i ,!x'Q12F?',1L 1, M in ,six H WP' , ffh E' " 9 1 -r - ""-.Q , ' .X , 4 , ?. v ,AMN N. v ' , '- .. .j,j, M g my " ,gg V Qawf i- ' kr? B ,X A Y J .V. and Frosh Basketball Show Courage The J.V. Basketball team ended a disappointing season, yet showed a great deal of cour- age with hard work, and effort. Top rebounders were Dave Evans, Ray Goldberg and Bo Feaga. Phil Benvenuto, Brian Vacca, and Dave Evans as top scorers. The Freshman Basketball team finished the season with four wins and eight losses, but played much better than their record indicated. The team was led by Jeff Gonya, although small for a forward, scored the majority of his points inside. Rebounding leader was Ted Ashburn. The team was characterized by aggressive man to man defense. if 3 P9 Dave Guercio, Matt Dryer. Tunc Lokmanhekm Teddy Ashburn Chrls Evans Brendon Muldoon Jeff Gonya Sheldon Myers Rtcky O Con nell, Paul Stroessner, Dondi Kelly and Coach Secrest 40 32 X I N. V 'w M f f IU , Indoor Track Runs Amuck S, Bryan Denson, Chris Beyer, Wayne Cossentino, David Weiss, Anne DiVirgilio, Mary Pat Beyer, Debby Davis. Tim Miller. Mark Hutchins, Dennis Ryan, Ted Miller, Ellen Milburn, Pam Johnson, Becky Cook, Paulette Takesian, Dawn Willoughby, Mark Watkins. David Frain, Brad Elliott, Barney Repctti, Doug Tolley, Tim Seal, Dave Hammond. Dave Chilcote, Becky Boender, Coach Smith. Larry Ripley "elbows" for position. The 1975-'76 Viking Indoor Track team, coached by Bruce Smith, had an exceptional season. If not exceptional as far as team score is concerned , surely the team's individual performers were. Also with the addition of a girls' team they jumped, threw, and strode their way to a fine season. Matt Hall and Bryan Denson had fine showings in the District V Championship by taking first in the high jump and second in the 2 mile run respectively. Hall went on to grab 5th in the State Championship. Chris iOttoJ Beyer finishes the 600 yd run. Varsity and J.V. Baseball's Talent Breaks Loose The Varsity Baseball team finished an extraordi- nary season by winning the county title. This county championship is Hebron's fifth in six years, under the coaching of Dave Johnson. The Vikings began their season by dropping their first six games to tough Bal- timore area teams, which served to prepare them for the county season. But, the big game proved to be the playoff game against Wilde Lake in which the Vikings triumphed by a score of 4-2. The Mount Hebron J. V. Baseball team swung to an 8-2 record to capture the championship once again. All the members of the squad worked extremely hard and each player contributed a great deal to the team. ln non-county competition, the Vikings corn- piled an overall record of twelve wins and five losses. ,f B Q is Ml- W A ,V zz -- .... A f .r -r al., . X' -is fs .. ' ' H' nw 1 in ' ' 'f-T.3'fzf?'-L . AQ .. J .. B N , - 53. ' mi ' 3'EsSa,x,g1, . ,- ' E 1.4 5 . e a ' 1 .. f , - V' at - 55 " , -Gr ,, ,fps , ,.-- . --4 , . 'Q' f. 2 99" - Nfl .f "'-"M R f X , 3 , ,, p y N , . , , X Q .. f M- 's Q. ' . T - ' 'X , . 5, , H H H in ra f . M Q i if I f ' m- "lil puww FM X- vb 'f f -7 , z 1 . gh K, ,b I if f nh 5 ' E Mi is Q' f' . ff X ' air' ' i 1 sv ' W A N . 'lf . ' 1 5 3' ,ea-he MR 34 if s 1 -H V1 it--4 T , Q 'H ' . ' A 'r B ii". as T " fi- ' t 4 ' all v ,. r' ., ' fa' l ' "' I I B. .1 f f ' 7 af 't if lf' t . . 'J tiff' 'J . H 'f m 9 ?fSffai'?f Coach Greenberg. Robin Robertson, Nick Fornaro, Bill Melvin, Brian Iollye, Brooke Carter, Mitch Williams, Shawn Brock, Kurt Avellar, Matt Kellerman, Marianna Stershic, Pat McDermott, Bob Pease, Mark Bowen, Tommy Lanyi, David Vaughan, Brad Sellers, Joe Mynaugh, Dale Blankenship. Billv Rabena. rs. - ,... ,. ilk! Bob Lucido, Pat Perry, Paul Beck, Bruce Schmickly, Gary Martin, Tony Tall, Bill McDermott, Joe Rogers. Bill Collins, Doug Meyer, Joe Payne, Kevin Mahar, Greg Long, Mike Rallo, Wayne Cossentino, Bruce Kehr. is. . X. 4- w x .--- k" W- .4-rv L- A Viking batter. Bruce runs home. Viking batter no. 1. .,,, '...-.Q S .V m, A BL. ., X ,. L. f,H-w-,- sf sa,-' " 2951-f41'f'S"f ' .Nqf F On your mark. get set, go! ,wSMf.Rnf,+1vi?.,...-e: L I-" .. f M.,-H 'gs J ala.-N -Th ?'fL."4' x 4 Q "-"T HT' Si. Softball Slides The 1976 Girls' Softball team, under the coaching of Ms. Schmidt, completed the season with a county record of 6-3. Of this year's thirteen players, Jean Soscia, Bonnie Smitherman, Regina Grabowski, Patti Murray, Marlene Rooney, Dawn Young, Jean Makowski and Doris Makowski were returning play- ers. The new team members were Lisa Becraft, Sue Mahar, Lori Stratman, Teri Kelley and Barb Sima. Both rookie and veteran players devoted much time and effort to insure a fine season. K' Q A. rw .E m I.: ' I Coach Schimdt Ili- Marlene Rooney, Teri Kelley, Co-Captains Jean Makowski and Doris Makowski, Barb Sima, Smitherman, Regina Grabowski, Sue Mahar, Lori Stratman, Patti Murray. Q'f"?hs Dawn Young, Lisa Becraft, Jean Soscia, Bonnie 1. .- fi-Q--N .. 41- N.. . -,- ' ' ...- A., f --f: ' -, ,J C1495-.' J'-1'..X fg,,j"ygf'v-w 1 A W .53 - ., I--'.-,i - ,wg-,-'rf' fiutii- QXWQQ1-ffxfff A'3W' -X-.QQ - .1, ', ,sg - -- gc". . ki-'-5615. 593'-gi f- 'X' L", jg-4 . 'N Q' 1' 'fs A -,, milf. 5,44 ax " K - '- ' 7775: ' Qing, ,,f. IN L. , if ' X-fri 97 7 o ...J Lori pitches . ..' , J n Safe? v ,-xt - A ,. ,.. 'Q x- ' Paui runs ro first. ' 1 - . , A W.:--.,..w. ,,, .f.,N- ' . i Regina up to bat. --1. . I . .u.' 1 . Jffhz' -,.,'.,+-1 , ,- '. 5.1 ra 34, 9 U, 4 , ,shr- rr - 4 L 4 -rr -. "FF-5i'fY,.:.g.,1' ,,, H- 'K ,1.,.,-u.f . avg if-:gg-if-',' ff-'aww'-' is -.17 , -A sy. :As . A-:h . 1 1 - 'wi ,,r.nz . '- . ,.,- ,4..- ,. 3.1-. '1 Q V 9- :TNQ A Aaulvif 1 L.ibhp,,,-.y71,', 'ip anna-E-.4 ' ,jr-QNAQRS iv'-. "' K ' m.j'fuQ!.. '--"' H. h',w aff yu' , - Ie. i Makowski ' 1 . fl", y' '.,..fa-- 217 'f 'ff:53,"' 1 ..- sg? .Y 52 The bench warmers. Boys, and Girls' Track Teams R 'W ,h 1 , A 3' ' ' W V-.x i..-,....f -'L ' W l Wi , Q f l W -A ,Z i A Nfl V . At' Ellen Milburn, Dawn Willoughby, Lynda Bauer, Tami Lodder, Wendy Will, Beth Armstrong, Mary Pat Beyer, Kathy Johnson, lane Beresford, Janet Spangler, Sue DeCrispino, Liz Mueller, Heather Kelley, Brooke Thielemann, Dede Moore, Mary Ann Makar. Becky Cooke, Martha Girl, Martha Hayner, Sandy Stosz, Debby Davis, Lisa Lanier, Debbie Hammond, Pam Johnson, Gwen Wells, Shelly Sharbaugh, Bonnie Rooney, Coach Holshue. The Girls' Track team enjoyed its best season ever this spring with an 8-4 dual meet record and a Howard County Co-Champion- ship. Twenty-seven girls were a part of this year's team, with everyone contributing to our very first track championship. With only six seniors graduating this year, a strong future seems prob- able. Individually, Pepper Ham- mond became the first Mt. Hebron girl to win a state cham- pionship in the shotput. The Boys' Track team had a good season, sending six team members to the state champion- ship. New records were set in the high jump, 2-mile run, 330 hur- dles, and 2-mile relay. As nuff' always, the team worked hard I V "" and personal goals were realized I W f2,z,s:, '-,:l5p'r:g- J for all team members. mff,,.. ffia-fy tf1,.j,1f,3' 4 2' ,,f' , iwff' wr, ' Y'-s.. .:. at Ay M ,,,faf.- - seF.,.fg 'T"Y?'A 'wivgis 4 f , -' : , e 1 -Q, 1,:.y1' t -,.,M+ , -2 +1-:za -fs - 1+ .5-' ' h ...,-' , 4' M 'A Ai is Janet Spangler throws. Shelly Sharbaugh runs the track. End a Triumphant Season I V 1 Chris Beyer, Dave Compton, Jeff Bannar. Bryan Denson, Mike Prevosto, Tunc Lokmanhekin, Richard Jennings, Coach Katzen, Brian Moor- ing, Dave Spotts, Craig Meseke, Lance Rectanus, Mike Rounsevall, Dave Stahley, Matt Hall, Brad Elliott, Becky Boender, Scott Gocdeke, Dave Struss, Bruce Lyman, Barney Repetti, Doug Dudar, Dave Chilcote, Ed Dembeck. Not Pictured: Mark Watkins, Kelley Brock, Yvonne Evans, Tracy Rectanus. -A 354,45 XA N "'L.f.a wg T Running hard. l l P l Into '76-'77 . Q Graceful Karen Davis . x ' 1. eb yi' " W ww l I 4, , '-sta. f- ' r .vw - ,V 1- he A A ,fp Qwrx X K :nop X .--' -an , if W O O if Y to XL., Maureen Grennon on the beam. Mt. Hebron's Gymnastics team had a county record of 1 and 5. They placed third in the county championships after a scoring mix-up. The team' did not do as well as expected this year because of many injuries on the team. Coach Conrad is hoping for a more successful season next year, with many returning gym- nasts. Varsity and J .V. H51 - Lacrosse Net Successful Seasons 4, L i f , s Under the direction of coaches Skip Link and Bob 'f ' 5 ug F,,,Q f ,ai if Fuhrer, Varsity Lacrosse ended their best season .I if-4 ,' ff' f"fW"i'5F" ever, with an overall team standing of 10-2. Great , I ' ' , teamwork was a key factor in the victorious season. ifya- 2 Art DeCar1o, Brian Dalton, and Richard Williams 'J' ,, .trwy . X ' wt were made members of the A11-County Lacrosse 3 g J Ei: , team. W- ' ' - 1 V 'NM A ' ,, The J.V. Lacrosse team surprised Coach Kesmo- L r ii del, ending the season with a 4-1 county record. Wji'-. ' ji Qfg, 1 , X be . t Everyone on the team was given the chance to play ' F V, , ' 'T' ' in every game, no matter what the p1ayer's ability Lv 4 B ff WHS . You won't catch me. X. V Mr A , , .. -N 1. , Scrimmage! Oh no, here he comes. 9 e sae 1 -is as Dave Adamson, Mike Hammer, Dale Bruce, Glenn Shoemaker, Bill Lecos, Brec Avellar, Jeff Glascock, Larry Russell, Kevin Logue, Martha Johnson, Bo Feaga, Tim Thorton, Bob Carter, Anthony Tangires. Tom Coppinger. Mark lohnson, Matt Williams, Art DeCar1o, Richard Williams, Sharon Dunn, Sue Thorr, Coach Fuhrer, Wade Babish, Brian Dalton, Doug Tolley, Tim Seal, Richard Snader, Dave Sikora, Paul Relle, Ken Sikora, Larry Ripley, George Hale, Craig Hawkes, Glenn Hale, Mark Messick, Coach Link. ' .' 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K.. j. 4 Q .,'L -'1 ,Av f ' ' vi ,'.,,1,,,:, 'A , - , .N r. ,A 4 e L, , 4 -- fd. f ' xr - +5 " -.g,.E,:s.A5is3- 11 4 Q s ,, .lx N 4-1----a......-'..ys""' '. Brian Dalton Dave Adamson gets a knock. wa,-. . ,,.-ms 9, . - ---ef., '-Q :Msg , -X, M f - ry:.:,.-.:,.,: ,,..e1-am' fur- M - C.. C. . Dave Brookhart, Mike Sapp, Jack Lowman, Charles Tangires, Steve Hiner, Eric Hawkes, Brian Logue, Linda DeCarlo, Betsy Straehle, P. J. Kesmodel, Angie Vizzini, Becky Gitt, Marcia Lecos, Rich Abel, Ion McAllister, Keith Dalton, David Evans, Tom DeCarlo, Stuart Adam- son, Dan Sikora, Bruce Leonard. Ted Ashburn, Brian Perry, Chip Hammond, Russ Kirk, Dan Ellis, Jason Jordan, Craig Sutherland, Joe Trin- gali, Tom Van Hom, C. J. Hereth, Rick Kramer. Outstanding Play Gains Championship Ari. -. 2 ul sg 'Q 1 1 ' Avia Rampolla An undefeated county record of 10-0 , captured the County Championship for the Tennis team. Led by Coach Terpening, the team had many outstanding players, proved by an overall record of 14-2. Terri Costello, a freshman, won the County Tournament. Our mixed doubles team, Mark Stinson and Meryl Friedenberg, were also victorious in the County Tournament and placed third in the District Cham- pionships. Jeff Todd and the men's doubles team, Steve Waagbo and Steve Weingarten, played excel- lently, placing second in the County Tournament. The team members were looking forward to a great season next year. . Meryl Friedenberg Terry Cassard 9 Y Coach Terpening Brad Rees . la' Karen Mahar Mark Stinson Viking Swimmers: Olympic Prospects Mt. Hebron does not have an official swimming team, but that did not stop Janet Freuden- stein, Lolita Nisley, and Sally Winde from making it big in the world of swimming. At the Atlantic Seaboard Swimming and Diving Competition on Saturday, February 14, Janet, Lolita, and Sally accumulated 94 team points, good enough to give Mt. Hebron a "ith place finish out of 39 schools. Janet and Sally each turned in performances in this meet good enough to qualify as a High School All-American. Additionally, these two swim- mers qualified for the A.A.U. Nationals in Long Beach in April. Sally qualified for the 100 meter and 200 meter breast stroke, and Janet swam the 100 meter frees- tyle, 100 meter fly, and the 100 meter backstroke . Janet proceeded to finish third in the 100 meter backstroke with a time of 1:05.9, thus becoming the first person from Mt. Hebron to qualify for the Olympic Tri- als, which were held last June. Also, her effort won her a full swimming scholarship to the University of Miami. Lolita and Sally rest along the side. i w Lolita comes up for a breath . Janet swims backwards . . 4, . A,,.,'-g'fSXf1f.ai 1'Zf"- A5'5'gVQi3'lR-E-E'1e"?f?'HvQ I . f , 'I' f-151?f92wiQ-s?52ff3+.-,fag - -V , Y gn., - . V-.,,. -' s-A-va, -. ' , V , ' ' . "N . ..,- 'f,,1. 1' ,. ,MH .. . 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' ""'-,, ' 'K-4.w...4,.,.. - ' YN' ' " "1 . .. . , . 232 Congralulahons Io +I1e Class of I976 Especnally 'ro Susan and Reglna PINE ORCHARD BEAUTY SALON 10470 Balumore Nauonal P1ke 465 5318 Carmrne Hevener Owner Mgr If You Need +I'1e Bes+' Buy Ihe Bes+I 391' rv LJ ,v! L vga! 9594 + z Bonm Turskl Slerra Desrgns Grumman Canoes F1b11no Shoe North Face Old Town Canoes Vxsqu Shoe, Alprne Desrgns M1Lh1'11 Kayaks Cannond11e!Pac 1 Pendleton John Berry Canoes Camptruls Gerry Cwmp S vI,n Iarvlnen Alpenlue Jansport Kelty Rrchmoor Foods Known for Oufslandmg Wllderness Equlpmenl' Balhmore 8563 Balllmore Nahonal PIIK6 IRI 40 Wesll EIIIcoI'I' CII'y Md 2 I 043 I3OII465 7227 Besl' WISl'l6S and Good Luck +o The Class of 76 MR. and MRS. ELWOOD L. WALLICH mm. I BILL PHILLIPS I new 8197 MAIN ST Is. COLUMBIA PIKE y L FURNITURE JEWELRY I FLOOR COVERING APPLIANCES DOMESTICS Phone HO 5 4444 4445 4446 We Gwe Famous nlmmv cnmn 5 3, H GREEN 5-,Amps no ouvsml rmmcmo nn nluvuv Sales and Servlce Frrgrdalre and Maytag RCA and Zomth Apphances TV and Radlos Famous Name Brands Furnrture Beddmgs Wall Cover1ngfSa1es and Servlce 233 .s I i . . k W , ,W In In : Il .':::::,z:z7...,........ I Illl Q 1 . 7 I I ' 'I 1 . ' 'x ,A I I a 7 , 't Ilr. D xii- , ' - . -e.,-' , - I. I 4. -s l I, - cu- ' ' -' ' KL C I . 1 3. . . . . 1 C x ' 1 x ' 1 ' Il , . I HEBRON MARCHIN6 UNIT BOCDSTERS g 1' 1' 'F USE fff IQ? W f ikiifh Con ra+ula e l1eClasso I976 f' x I , f , S K ,cl K ,Y J ff ! if-4 '44 J W 14 -a . " - vw 5 lllmhw' ij r X l X " X 'Ab N '1' hiv Patrons ' Marcia Fuller - short and sweet lt's the laughter we'll remember Amy Good Luck to Moms and Dads First! V gc N Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Corcoran Good Luck! Mr. Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Klein, Sr. MLD is alive and well for the Bicentennial! Believeinmiraclesandyou'llgetby Suzanne ThankyouSeniorsfor6yearsoffriendship Skip Link Helga Kenzel s GoodLucktoourfriendsleftbehind-Deb, Cheryl , Good Luck to my little ones, Marge and Mark Bonne chance a la classe de 76 Mme. Clem Mr. and Mrs. William Hardy Good Luck Class of '76 Helen Ferrari Thanks for the memories Bij Best of Luck '76, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wall "May the Wind be always at your back" , So1ongtoDonna , mybestgirl , andKaren , mybestdate Best wishes to Homeroom 4143 -' the Best Ever! Good Luck Class of '76! Lynn Kerr Congratulations Class of '76! Nancy Lyons Shalom! Ms. Levin X Mr. and Mrs. Garland Foreman Be patient and your dream will come true To Cary, Love Sue Cindy loves George '76 Best of Luck Seniors! Mrs. Elsie Cavey The Class of '76 has Class! Karen Brand 2 down - 2 to go Good Luck Amy - The Keepers Memoriesarewhatwelivefor. Terri Find Jesus Christ as Lord now Katie Bronson Normandy Lanes Good Luck Class of '76 , Ron Wall Mr. and Mrs. Jess Jennings Mr. and Mrs. John Noon This Senior Class made Hebron a great '- experience these past 4 years. Thanks - Coach Greenberg and the Woman Best Wishes from all the Katzens To HR 14237 - The Best for your future! Mr. White Cheri and Kathy Rogers, and Gill Bliss Mrs. Marie K. Smith Good Luck to the Class of '76 - Lori Jennings GoodluckFrainer8LRusty , lotsoflovetoDanny JG Best Wishes to the Seniors - Elizabeth Scott Christopher loves Patty 1976 To all Seniors - have a good life! Sam Peters Rah St. Joe from the- Phantom Czel PTR '76 Mr. and Mrs. James A. Ralston If the string is long , the kite flies high Good Luck to all the Seniors - Mrs. Hill Lisa - Best wishes with Bandy! Luv ya , Chris Good Luck Laura - From Amy I sure am gonna miss you guys, good luck! Alice. George Cornmesser . Mt. Hebron Basketball Team Jack Bridner , . Good Luck to a great '76 class - Diane Foreman To Donna for being so wonderful to me - Chris Good luck Sherry B . from your sister Linda B. Patricia, Jane, Jimmy and Tommy Ralston Best wishes to grads of 1976 from the guidance department Mr. and Mrs. Charles Monninger and Family Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Smitherman Each is a winner in his own way! E. Johnson Thrifty Wise Helen Smith Ms. Bloom WMS . Osing Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Peddicord Mr. and Mrs. John Klein and Family Cindee Kloetzli To Guy, All my love, Bonnie GoodluckJudyDebCheryl-Donna To Class of '76 - The best is yet to be! E. Gnizak ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Proffen JimSchil1ingIloveyouwithallmyheart Val '76 Mr. Roger E. Smitherman and Mrs. Mary A. Smitherman . Remember Class of '76 - each is a winner in his own way! E. Johnson To Guy, all my love, Bonnie Mr. Gentry and Homeroom 43 Almel, 1i11l111r11 106, 209 Alxnr. K.1rl1y 96 Alvr.1ma11n, K111111' 96 A11.1n11 ,116w.1f11 111 ,lr 1111 A11g1n11, 11.1n1ly 252 A11.1n1s6n, 13.111111 5, 20, 1112, 208, 2011 A1l.1n1111n. 511196, 1111, 209 A1lg1nN1n, W1ll1.1n1 Z0 1111111511 n, 5111.111 106. 151 Anler, Karen 96 A11e111r.11cnry 96 Aiellu. 1fr.1nk 126, 1112 Al.1111.1, T11ny 96 Allen, K1-lly 1, 20 All11liS,,l11e 106 A110111 , 1111aen1.1ry 96. 175. 1117 Alms, Kennerlx 106 A1111-ri,W1n11y 06, 151 A11 111,11 Am me An1ler1 Amlerx An1lera An11er1 An1lers Anders An11er1 An1ler1 Amlerm 1, K.11l1l11'n 106 r,,11111y20. 116.112, 155, 1511, 222 11n. 11ri,1n 106 11n,G.1ry96,1-12,156,157 11n.-l.1ne1 21,156,157 0n. Krlren 96 on, I..1rry 1111 11n,l.11rr111ne 96. 175 0n,M.1r1c 21 nn. 11.1111 96 0n, R111111r1l21,1115 Angeloni. Terri 106 A11111111 1v. l'11yl11s 106 Arn1.111,,11'1f 96, 1511. 157, 175 Arrmrrnng, 11e111 21, 70, 1521, 201 A1111-111. 151111111111 106 A111110 rn. T911 106, 1119, 112, 12111. 1911. 209 lhhley, T11111 96 1101111 1, R ,1n111n11 97 A1111111. Tl16111.1, 106 Av.1r.1. A 1 .1r.1. A1'.1r.1. 1f.111111en 106 M.1r1c 21 Mary 106 A1ulI.1r.11r1111 116.151, 1511191.11121 Aw11.1r,K11r1117. 1111, 200 Axline. l!1'l1lere 97 Ax1.K 111151111 111111111 11.1111n, I1.111er. 111k1'r. 1111 116.102,101. 155.105.1711 . lhrlu 97 . W1111-116, 2011 5.1r0n1l1197. 1 18 110nnie 106 Chip 106, I8-1, 1911 11,111cr, M.1rg,1re1 116 lhker, Melanie 86, 1511 l1.1ker, T1111n1.1x 107 l1.11cer. V11 ky 116 11n111111r1n1'.,1ewe11 97 l1.1ll.1n1in1', Mike 1117 l1,1llenr1ne. Tom 116, 1119, 175 I1.1l1l111,lJ,11'11l1, 21,156,157 11.1n1l1'. T0111 1112 11.1n11.1r.,Ic'11rey 916, 205 l1.1nn1'r. S1011 107 11.1r1:ley.Cl1eryl 11 l1.1r11ley, l,1n1l.1 116 11.1rr.n1gcr.1,11rrr1.1 107, 111 l1.1rr11.,1.1mes 107 111rrl1, Kenneth 107 I1.1r1l1. M1-lin11.1'27 l5.1rrl1, M1111: 97 Archives l5.1rrl1, Milton 107 l1.1xm,,I.1mes 155 11.111ress, Gregory 107, 1241 Hanes, Kylc 22, 157, 1511 1111111116 Dean 107 11.1uer, l.yn11.197. 147, 2011 l1:11rcr, Perer 97 111111111 1.1511 195, 202, 20.1 llenrry, Michele 22 Be1k,Cl1erlene 22, 79, 11111 Henk, P11111 86, 1115, 200 llegeny, Mark 97 l1el1len, Dana 97 Belden. Tl10m:11 22 11e11,11.1r1-111121 Z1,175,11111 l1enh011,Az11el19 Benner, S116 4, 21, 1-1, 111, 146, llenv-':11ur0, P1111 97. 184, 198' l1en11ng, N11n1y107 I 11eresf11r1l,-june 107. 201 15ern1er,C.1rl1ie 91. 97. 111-1 llerry, Delrnnr 107 l1erry. Kenncr1197 l1e1r,11r1.1n 116, 1711 lieyer, Cllrls 116, 157, 199. 205 Beyer,-I,1n1e1 107 111111, 11.11, 11111 97, 19-1, 201, l11en.j.1111es 116 111en,.I11n1e 117 111erm.1n, T0111 107 111111116 1.611 21. 222 11111166 1:11110 1117 1113111111 1.1n11.1 97 116111111, M11-11111 116, 1111 111511111-. 111111 5. 21 l11ml10p, R11l11n97, 150, 151, 1 l1l.11kwell. M.1r1z1 107 11l.11r. Nz1n1y 107 Blake, M11ri.1n 97 11111nk1-m111p,D.1lu 127. 200 l1l0111n, 1.1 nn 120 l1111le. 11011err 116, 1111 1111111111-1.1111111,z1.111.11-1 1111g.1r1. C11.1rlea 121 1111g.1r1.,I.1n 107, 151, 2214 151,155,17.1.171-1 2 51 110111, Cliff 18, 21.112, 1511.210 l10n11,14'1lic 111 111111ne, 11.1rl1.1rz1 107 150nr1e, l5rcl1K116, 155, 1112 15111111e,P.11ri11.121 I1111151, XY!1l1i11m 107 110111111-r, 1.1111111117 1501111115 1,1a1g11'16, 222 l111wen, lieth 116, 176 l111wen, 1..111rz197. 15-1 110w1'r1.M.1r11 1111. 200 1111wers. Greg0ry 107 l111wers..1.1mes 1 12 l111wers.,leff 97 110111. 17.11111 1011 116111. Melvin 21 1111y11, Penny 97. 1117 110111, R.11v0n 97 1101-11, R1111erz.1nn 116 I111m1,1n, Rolvbin 116 11r.111f6r11. 11111 1011 11r.111111,1w,,je11 211 11 r.11 ly, M.1rk 25 l1r.1n1l. K.1rrn 12, 25. 1511, 222 151,15-1.1511,199,2 l'1r.1n11. R.1n1ly 97 11r.1n111. S1611 1011 11r11n11.1m, Owcn 11124 11r:111n, Keirl1116 1111111111 11111111117 1.152.151,1511. 172, 222 . , P11 l1ri11ner,,1.11l116, 122 l1r1rr. 1.11 97 11r111k. Kcl1y1,151.1511 11r01 11, M.1r1c 25 1116116 811.11111 911, 1921. 200 1116111-mk, 511111111 25. 112, 151 I1r01leri1 11, 5115.111 116. 157. 151 l1r11ns0n. Sl1z1r11n 116 11r611k11.1r1, 1211111 1111, 1911. 200 l1r66k11.1r1. 111.1111 117. 156, 157 l1r01111a. Hulbert 911 11r0p11ey.T111111111y 1011 1111r1cnr11,C.1r61e 1111, 11111, 1111. ZZ2 11r11v.-nne. I.n.1nne 211. 111 l1r11an.1n,C1lenn 108 I1r01n.1n, Steve 217 11r11arr11n1. 111114 117 1111111111ng,s11-1111 117. 151 11ru1e, D.1le 711. 87. 91. 1112, 2011 11r11n1. D1-1111 211, 77 I1r11m11n..l0e1 117 11u1kv1.1l1l. De150r.111 2-1, 151 11ue1l1ler, Gary 1011 l111l11ngcr. Mark 911 11ur111111z. 1'.1111el.1 112 11urge11.Al.1n 25, zzz 111.f,1111. 111.1111 1111 11urnf. Kim 108 Burns, T01l117 111611, llelwrrxh 1011 111011, '1'l1ere1.1 117 11u1ler. K.1rcn 217,151,222 11111ler. Kim 1011. 206 11111111ng,Cin11y1111,117,155.1711. 179 11111r1ing, Gwen 25, 210 111.1r11. 1311111.11117 111.1r11.V111:1117 C.1l1lwell, Sl1err1911 Cg1l1.1s, Kzlren 911 C.1mp15el1. 15111111 108 C.1n1p11ell, Srruey 117 1I.1nn6n,lk1-,hiv 1011, 151 LI.1nn0n.,I1n1911, 171 C11nn11n.K1m-1,25, 155 C.1rn.111.1n, Geren 26 C.1rn.111,1n, Sherri 1021 C.1rp1-116111. M1111 11111 C.1r511n.Cr11ig 117 011111. 111611111 16. 911. 181, 200 011111, 111111 26. 76,111. 116. 1511, 2011 C1111-1. S1111 911. 1111, 206 Che, l,.111r11 1111 Cmse. Mike 117 1i.m.1r11. T1-ny 117. 92, 1511. 1711. 11111. 110 C.1swel.,1L'nn1f1'r 1011 C.11r1'el. 1.11.1 26 i'.1str11, Regim 5, 26. 711. 111, 112. 151. 1511.16 C11.1rp1ng.N,1n1y 117, 151 C11.111ase, Pierre 1011. 1141 C111'r1'1.1re, lhnny 5.17. 1112, 101. 195 12111111111-.1311-c 5, 27. 199. 2115 Kfl1r1a1. Kim 117, 155. 107 Lf11r1a1.I.11.1911, 155 DcRnsario. jay 98. 222 Christensen. Karen los Christian. Pam 27. 151. 222 Chrzanowski. Karen 108 Ciamar1a.Solly 150 Clark, Donna 27. 149. 155, 76 Clark. Gordon 120 Clark. Karen 87.1f19.152.15'1. 158.172, 222 Clark. Riihard 98. 156, 157. 222 Clark. Wessell 27 Clarke. Mike 98. I8-1,198 Clarkson. Gordon 98 Clem. Vickie 128 Clopein. Sue 108, 109 Cluggage. Kathy 88 Cole. Dave 98 Cole. Estelle 98 Cole, Rose 88 Colleary, Danny 108 Collins. Barb 88 Collins. Bil188. 182. 200 Collins. Dayton 98, 108 Collins. Lester 98 Collins. Stella 98 Combs. Sharon 27 Combs. Tracey 98. 150. 222 Commarora. Vicki 108 Compton. David 108. 184. 205 Conner. Sarah 98 Conner .Mike 88 Connor. Tim 11. 27, 81. 1116. 179 Conrad,jessi1'a 131. 188. 206 Conrny. Chris 88 Con roy .Pa188 Davis, Cheryl 88, 222 Davis. Debby 98. 102, 101. 199. 201 D.1vis.janiee 98. 206 1 Davis. Karen 5, 11, 28, 156. 156, 206, 179. 20 Davis, Kelly 98 Davis, Sheri 29 Day. Kelly 98 Deane.,lohn 109 DeAngelis. Donna 109 DeAngelis, Paul 98 Deibirln, Art 16, 29, 76. 182, 208 DeC:1rlo, Linda 109, 187. 209 Deilirlo. Tom 98, 1811. 209 DeCrispino. Karen 98 De-Crispinn, Sue 88, 201, 222 Delander, Roger 88 Delp.john 109 Dembeek. Donna 5, 29. lat.. 1541 Dembeek, 121198. :os Demon, Bryan 11. 12, 2-1, 29. 156. 157. 177, 199. 205 De-W11t.Jan 911. 17-1 DeWitt. Kelly 88 Dieter, Michael 98 Dietz, Tom 8. 30, 117 Diliiaeomanronio, Domenic 98 DiGia1omantonio, Vieky 109 Dilegge. Michele 30.711, 155. ZZ2 Dillman, Dave 98 Ditto, Dave 98. 156, 157 DiVirgilio, Anne 10. 88,1f16. 1541, Donahue, Susan 109 Donnelly.,lean 30. 55 199 Conroy. Steve 108 Cooke. Tony 98, 152. 22 2 Cooke. Becky 1011, 199. 201 Cooke. Terri 108 Cooney. Fred 98 Cooper. James 98 Cope. Doug 27 Coppinger. Tom 88. 208 Corcoran. Kevin 88 Corcoran. Terri 28. 82. 1 58 Cornmesser. George 121. 157 Cossentino. Mary 98 Cossenrino. Wayne 88. 153.182. 199. 200 Costello. Terri 108. 210 Cotter. Ken Z9 Councell. Dave 29 Cousins. Camby Z9 Cousins. Kim 88 Cox. llrian 98 Coyne, lm-aine 98 Crass. David 5, 29, 79. 1112. 149, 151, 156, 157 Crocker, Sue 98 Crolr. Rena Z8 Croghan. Ken 108 Crooks, Kathy 108 Cross, Belinda 98 Cross. Richard 98 Cross. Sarah 109 Cross. Sheri 5. 28. 155. 1 Cruiekshank, Lydia 109. Cullison. Gary 88, 182 Cunningham. Cindy 98 C11srer.Ga1l98, 151 79 l50.151.179 D'Adamo.,loan 88, 90. 151 Dall in. Robin 88 D'AIonm, Angie 109 Dalton. Brian 28. 182. 185. 191. 208. 209 Dalton. Keith 98. 179. 1 Darragh. Beverly 88 Das. Bobby 109 84. 209 Donovan. Adrian 109 Dorn. Danny 98 D01-n.Ju1ie 98,151.15-1.179.222 Dorsey, Diane 109 Dougherty. Tom 88 Dowling, Ellen 126 Doyle, Debbie 128 Doyle, Shawn 88 Drake. Doug 109 Dressel, Bill 109 Drnee. Paul 88 Dryer. Dryer. DuBoi Chris 109 Mart 1811. 198 s, Myrna 119 Dudar, Doug 109, 205 Dudar, Debbie 4. 9, 50. 188 Due, Chris S8 Duggan. Kathy 98 Dumler. Casey 98. 137 Dumler. Robin 31 Dunl1am.jan 98 Dunn. Sharon 31. 158. 208 Dunphy. Clark 31. 22 Dunworrh. Elizalxrli 109 East ha m, Rhonda 88. 222 Eby, Robert 98 Eckert, Tom 98 Eckes. john51.82.137.158 Ehlers. Kathy 99 Eiehcr, Susan 88, 156, 157 Elder. Carol 128 Elliott, Brad 83, 109, 199. 205 Elliott, Sherry 99 Ellis, Danny 99, 184, 19-1. 193. 209 Ellis, Kathy 84,109,155 lim me 1r.Juhn 109.191 Eney.,ludy 99 England, Cherie 99. 155 English. Laura 89. 1511. 222 Erickson. Greg 99 lispe-nsl1.11le. li1l1rh99. 151 l2x1r.t1l.1. Tony 101 lirson.C.1ndy 11 litson. Tina 109 livans. Chris 109. 181. 198 livans. D.1t'e99. 181. 198. 2119 Evans. Kevtn 99 12vans.M1ke 1111. 181 Evans. Ray 11 livalna. YYUHHC HU, I 19. l'1l. 158 Fam sworth, Steve 99n Farrell. 12.11 99 1f.1s11ge,Nc1Iie 1119 Faust. Cheryl 99. 15-1 Fauver, Sharon 89. 121-1 Feaga. Barbara 111 Feaga.11.1rry99. 102. 101. 182. 198. Ferlerline. Carol 109 Feeser.S11e-1,18. 11. 77. 78. 221 Femi.1.S11s.1n 89 Ferguson. Mike 89 Fisher. lhrhara 109, 191 Fishpznw. Dawn 89 Ftshpaw. Kathy 99. 179 Fiuberger. Rhonda 99 Fit1gcr.1ld.judy 89 Fl.1nn11g.1n. Kellie 1112 1flem1ng.,lohn .11 Floto, M.1rk 109 Ford. ,lucy 99 Ford. Kathy 99 For-1. Lisa 119. tm. 221 Foreman. Diane 89, 1511. 151. 222 Fornaro. Nick 200, 2119 Fortin. Beth 99 Fortin. Mark .12 Fountain. Teri 89. 151 Fowler. lloh 99 Frain. Dave 99. 199 Frain. l'.11n 109 Fra1r.1li. Sandy 110. 175 Frederitlcs. Carol 110 Frederitks.-leannie 110. 1.17. 1'9 Free-111.111, Steve 99. 181 Freurlensteinulanet -1. 3.1. 711. 212 Frey. Robert 151 Fr1e1ln1.1n. Dave 11. 182 Friedenlacrg, Meryl 89. 158. 210 Friskey. linda 5. 117. 122. 158. 2211 Fruit. Anne 11 Fultrer. lioh I17. 122. 2118. 226 Fuller.,lerry 99. 152 Fuller. l.isa 99. 187. 2011 Fuller. Mania 5.9, 52. 112.1-19.15 Fullwotxl, Kim 99. 154, 151 Gagnon, Karen 99. 191 Gagnon. Sylvia 89 Galloway. Kim 99 Gardner. lilton 110 Gardner. Nedra 110 Garland. Terry 1111 Garrtck. leslte 32 Garrick. Pat 110 Gaskin. Mary T. 89. 1-16, 15-1 Gavlin. 81111 5.12.76.182 Gentile. lirian 110 Gentile. Sal 52. 169. 76 Gentry.11arry116.122.1512 Gen1l'Y.,lenny 99 George. Carrie 99. 117 German. Cbrolyn 110. 178 German. Mike 99 21111 1. 158 Gern1.1n, N.1n1y-1119. 151. 171 G1I1l11, M1r1.1m 110 Gilman, Chris 89 l111m1n,l311up II11 Gilwm. Karl: 121 Gibson, M.1ry55. 151 G1gIi11.R11I1er189.212 G1II.,I11I1n .11 Gingr11l1,D.111 U Gingri1I1,Gnry 51 Ginnavan, Apr1lH9 6111.151-.141 21112 G11r.M.1r111.1l111 G1n1111111.,1c1f 51.81. 1"'. 1'11. 11111, 1112. 21111 451.111, W'.1r1l 51 iin1l.1k, lfIe.11111r H2, 1111. 110. 217, 227 G11c1lel:c. 511111 110. 152. 2 H111-1r1ng,'1'11m 110 G11I1111erg. R11 1111. 1113, 111 G11I1l1111.,I11u1-1111, 151 13111111111. Sm-c 1111 Gu11y.1,,IClf l10,117,11+l. G11111lL'n, Value 51 G11r1l11n, Sl1,1nv11111 1119, 222 Guurley, R11I1.1r1l 111. 1115 115 R151 178.1914 1911 Gr.11111w1ki, Reg 11-1. 11111, 1112, 3112. Gr11nr,Ruy11,7, 15,1119 Gr.1p,I!111111 1111 Gr.111.Sue 99 Gray. Shirley Hx iiremlcy, Melvin 152 2111 Greenlwerg, l7.11'e 119. 1111. IM, 11111 Greenberg, 111111111 1111. 21111 Grce11I1crg.Tr1l1l1 1 10. 2011 Gre111111n, M.111reen 89. 21111. 20' iir1el1, M,1rl1199. 119.151, 222 Griener. iflimk 55 Grill, 51:16 1, 55, 150,157,158 Gr1ll,S11e11,l10.150,15", 200 Grim, Kathy V5 liriniex, Mike Il0 Gr1v.1kis, Ilexry-511. 1" Gr11111nes,Cl1.1rl1's 1 111 Gr11u,lie1x1 119. 1514, 200. 22' Grm'e.Ifr11 90 lir111er,C1111l190.95, 151. 200 ii11er1111.Cfl1m1i11.190 C5111-r1111. 17,111 1111. 11111 G11er1111. S11-ie 55, 117 G11nrl1e1.I..111r11- 15 G11ll111r.Simr.11111 H,1lele, ll.1rl1 1111, 200 Hafele. D11-e 99 H.1im-1, D1-l111raI1 15 Il.1i11 e-, l,.111r.1 1111 H.1l1le111.111, l'.1111 90, 155 ll.1le 1I.1Ie ll.1le .Georgv 5, 15. 1112. 11111 . G11-nn .111, 911, 31111 . Kim 90 IlL1le.Yun 110 Hail l. Il.1r11 I I.1n1 H.11l1 11.1111 Hzim H am Ham H.1m Ham M111 117, -111, 711, 1115 il111v1,l.i190,151 il111n, TI1er1'a.1 110 mer, Milw 90, 20111 m11n1l,lfl11p 90. 99. 200 m11n1l, Dave 199 n111ml,Deh11r.1I1 111. 17,70,71J, 11111, 11111, 192, 201 m11n1l, Pa1ri1i.1 17 mnml, Tye 100 per.M:1ry 11111. I7H 1'1ann.1. Ellen 5.1-1.19.57 1 16 I1.1nnig.1n.I111I113f1, 1112 Hannigan. Karliy 100 Hannigan. Roxe 100 Hardy, Becky 1316. 155 Hardy, Linda 110 Harmcning, George 36, 155 Harmis.Grcgory 16 Harper, Cindy 90 Harrigcr, Dennis 110 Harringr11n,l5crl1 316. 158 Harr1son.I1ri,1n 81 Harriwn. Kelly 111 Harrisun, Rnhcrr 5' Harrison, 51.110 100 11111. Mark 11111. 1113 Harvey 11111 11111, 1211 Hasan, lhnu 111 H.15.1n, SI1.1Im11z 100 1-111111. Huh 11111 111111, D.wi11 111 Ha111l.rl11l1n 57, 222 IIa1ugI1r11n,.lenny 85. 90, 158, 1811 Hauglxrun. l.11ur:1 100 Hauserulcflrcy III Hawes, Cnrlrun 90 Hawex. Gregg 90, 1118, 179. 158. 1115 H.1wex,.Ie.1n 111 H.1wl1e1,Cr.1ig 90, 2011 Hawkes, Erie III, 111-1. 21111 H.awk1nx.D.1n.190,1-18, 11111 Hay. Ann 90 11111-. 111111111 37, 1111, 155. 222 H11y1len.,I11ne1 15.90. 1317. 1511 Hnyelx, 11r.11l III Hayner, M:1r1l1.1 101, 1117, 201 Hc11lley,,leff 911 H1111-15, -I115cp11 1231, 152. 185 Hc1p5. Peg 155 I-lc1lm1l111rn, Craig 100 Halrinli, Chris 100 Hcvrmnn, S1cve90.153. 150.157 Helm, Mark 5. 37 Hein. SI1.1r11n 111 He1n11,N.xral1c100 HC155. G.11I90. I55, 153, l79 Hemp, NX'emly 111 11u1l1ne.,leH 58 llu1l1nc.R11l'1er1 111 Henn1ng.,lnne 11l H1-mh. M.1rk 11111. 1111. 21112 Ilerslilr-I1I. Don 90 Hfvcncr, 511el,'11'1.1-12,I5I,156,15'7.158 Higgim,I7.1wn111 Iliggs. Ann 11111, 1111. 1"1 HiIl.I1elen 151 Himlx 511s.1n 5, HX Hiner, Steve 100. 101, 201 H1nr11n,T11m 19 HnI111y, I.1s.1 111 Ilnff, Dg1111l20C1 H11fln1.1n. Bell: 19. 155 111111m1n.,1111m15.121222 H111r.1n. T.1r.1 100 Holle, M11I111el 111 H11lsI1ue. Ii1lw.1r1l 121. 1242, 201 Hul1,Ken 12 H11l7, Sl111r11n 90, 1814. 2011 H01nmerI1111l4er, llill 100. 152 H111n1nerI1111lcer, I211vi1l 39. 194 H11pl1in.l7i.1ne 111 Hupkin, R11l1err 100 H11r111n, M.1r11.1 100 Huw. Terry 100 H11w.1r11,j111m 111 H11w.1r1l. T111l1I -1. 59. 79. 156. 15' H11I'w.'r. Drake 59 11-1.H.1n11 011. 1112. 2:11 Humplir Hurle1.P.11 1111. 1112 Husband, I.1n1l.1 111 Hurnliins, M.1rl1 111, 181. 199 Hu11I11n111n, Maria 100, 1167 Hunhinson, Mike 111 Hu11'l1ins11n,Ru1I1 110 H1'meh.j.1nene 90. 151, 155 Hynes. Cl1r1s1ll1 lannxlfi. ,Imq-11 11 1 11.1.11 5. Terry -111 lxles. lA1r195 j.11k111n.,I111Iy 19 ,1.11k111n. K111111 111. 151 -lnkwn, M.1rge 11111 ,l:11ks11n, M.1rIc1I1 ,1.11.11111.11111.155. 1'1 .lelfrics,S111115. W. 222 -lenn1ngs.l!,1rI1.1r.1 111 Jennings, lnri 90, 116 .lenn1ngs,I2,111i-111 jcnninp. 111111911. 111.. 1115 jearcs. R111lr1c'y-11, 222 M.1r1l1.1 100, 115, 1511. 157 ,l11l1r11en. ,11111m1m. 1711111 1111. 111: .I11I1nw11n.Cur1i1 90 ,11.11.N.n. 11111- 121 .l11l1ns11n. lfle.1r111r 112 ,l11l1n11111. K.1rl1y 100.2111 ,l111m111n.1N1.1rk 1111, 2118, 3:2 ,I1111ns11n. M.1r-, 11111, 31111 .11-11n111n.P.1n11-1.1 111. 1-111 -I1111n1u1n. R11I1err 129. 1511. 157 Il.1rlene'11.151,l72 1111111-. 1111.111 11111. 21111 ,l11l1w.,l.11quel1ne 11 .I11n1-1. Annerre 11111 jones. Clmrles 111 ,l0nes. hluncx vlucli 90 ,Innes Kim 11 ,lr-nes M.1rl. 10 ,lr-nes Rmlxn 100 ,l11m-1 T.1m.1011 ,I11n1-1.Y11k1 1111 ,I11r1l11n.,la1q111'lme 101. 322 -111r1111n.,1.1111n 21111 11111111-.,11-c 1. -111, '11. '11. 1511. 15 judge. Kerry 5. -10. 185 jupuu. INl.1rg11erire 911 ,l11rgel.1m1,S.1n1l1 90. 151 K.1pelIe, M.1r11.190, 151 Ruppert. I1.1rl'v.1r.1 I1 1 K.1pperr,M.1rr1 101 K.m.1k1ri1. 1.1-nn -111, II 1 Kmuen. Kenneth 120. 2115 Kuken. Albert 111 Keele. D11nn.1 101. 11211 K1-1.'1.1n.1711r1111-1 1141-12111-rs. Amy 111, 714, 11111, 155, 1511. 222 Keepers. M1151 101 Kehr. I1r111e -11, 200 Ke1s1cr.D1111.1I1I 101, 157. 1'2. I'9 Kellcrn1:1nn,M.11r 111, 112. 1111-1, 2110 KeIIern1.111r1. M.1rII5e111 11. 119 Kelle1.lf.11I1L'r1ne111. 1511. 15' Kelley. He.1rl1er101,151, 151. 201, 221.2291 Kullr-1,Ter1 111. 11111. 1-111. 2111 Kelley. Kenh IM Ke111, 1111111 1111 Kel1y,l7eS.11o-11, "M '61, 110 K1-1I1.11o11d1 111. 1911 Kitllx. K.1fC11 91, 158, ISN Kellv. Owen 91 Kelli, SI1.1r1 5. -12, 111111 Kenzel. Ilelg.l IDN Kepler.-Indy 91, 151 Kern, Ranllelle 22.112 Kerr, l,lnn 117. 121. 1511 Kesmodel. 111111141 79. 119. 1134 Kex11rls.,1.n 12 Kiefler. 4111111 -12. Ps Klefler, M.1rg11c'rlre 111. 151 Kieffer. Sue 111. 191' Kimll-r,I1or111111 111 Klrnll, Kevin 101 K1r111,1rl1. 11111 101 Klrrliofl. 111111 12 Klrk, Rmxell 111. 209 Klrl1woo1l..lennl1er 91 Klapprorll. Cllmllan 111 Kleln.Ii1lle1II. 1111 . 209 K11111-. Melisx.I11. 11. 112. lsr., ls' KloelllI,CInlltY: 11.1-I9.I55.151'i.I'1.178.179 Knig11r.R11r11 101.151 Knislr-1.Kfv1n 5.f11.I'2,1". lS0.1r4'I. 1911.210 K111111-1. R1111111 101. 1112 Kllox.-lon 101 Ko1l1y.l3el1.l 101. 2011 Koppenlioeler. Greg 101 Koppenlloeler.vlelf 101 Kmll. Renee 91. 171 Kollronpls, Mary 101 Kouroupls. Mn1l.1e1 101 Krause. D.lxi1l 91 Kr.llller. 1..lrn 91 Kmlnex. R11 l1.Ird 101 Kr.lnlp1.M.1rk 111 Kmnll. Kim 91, 222 Krueger. Lynne 101 Kroeger,.lo.ln 5. 11 K11ml.liary91,1'11 Kuml. Gllherr 91 I..1nc11.1rl.4l.ln 91. 2011 lame. Barren 101 I..1n1c. l11.11r 101 I..1n1elorr.l. lair:-11.1-11 l..lndis. Roliyn 101, 151 1..1111cr. 1.in11.1 -11, las 1..lnier, 1.lw.l 101. 1111 1011. 2111 l.1nnl.ln. lairi 91 1..1n11,T11-1111.11 101. 181.200 I..1r-p. Ilrian 1911 1.,1rnei. 1.11 101 Lnlruk. l.lx1l 91,128,183 Ialllannliarx 111 lalrllam, Sllerrx 1711 1..lurer,Cllrls 1111 l.aurer. De 5. -11 Ialurrr. Paige 111 Lauer. Vlelorlrl 91. 211 1..111m.1nn, 1.1191. 1-111 I.1w11llrn.Terrl-1.11,112.151,151 Ir1111n..1o11n 111 Inm. 11111-1-1. 20:4 1,c1us.MJr1i.I 1111, 200 Ire. Brian 91 Ire, Slcven 112 11:erlI.Sue91. 151, INR l,eon.Ird.l1ruee 112. 181, 209 Irllmle. link 101 Levin. Yirginm 125 Lienl, Doug 91 I.1gna11,C11rma-15 l.ign.lll. Glenn 112.151 1.indenun,,lulle 101 l.indemer. K,lr11i 112 l.indler. Kerry5.-15.151 1,inds.li. I1.1rh.1r1l 15 l.111.l1.1,-, 11.111111 11: '11 1.1nk, 5 -1,1 16. 121, 1011 Lina. Pele 101 1.lvesay. David 415 laldde r, Del1lHie101.1SS,1'9 1.011111-1. T11111i 41. 1111. 'l. 151. 155, lax, 171 179. 201 1111-xllkc. 11.1111 112. 1914 lugan. lfairll 120 1,11g11e, 11r1.1n 209 lnglle. Kevin 91. 2011 Iall:nl.ln1leklnl,13ilen 5.11. 172. 1711 111km.1n11ekin1, T11n1 112. 111. las. ll1x,2o5 l1ong,Cireg 5,10.'11.!v1,711,1a1kman11ek1n1,Tun1 1911, 205 112, 115. 1111. lamng, Greg 5. 10. -111, 61, 7111, 182. 1111, 191. 200, 201 Long. Valerle 112 Loomis. 131111191 Loomis, Susan 91. 1511, 158, 2011, 222 Iaipakra. 1.15.1 -1-1 Lopakla. Vleror 101 Lord. 1.17 112 lnrd. Tony -15 Losiewaki, Cliriara -15 Ialxiewslil. Grc-g112 lme, 1i1i1.11x'r11 ln I.owm.ln.,lo11n 112. 209 Iaiwman. P.1lri1l.l -1. 115. 1511. 11111. 192 Luher. Debbie 91. 206 Luher. I ,indll 91. 11' 1.111-fr. Peggi l I2 Lunido. liolv -1, -15, 70, 182. 1111, 200. 201 1.11e11111,-1.1nf 1111. 1:1 Lynun. Bruu'-1,-10. 177. 205 l.l'nncr. Ginnx 101. 1"S Lynncr. R11-111111 101 Mahe, Brenda 112 Malx-,John 101 Maches Maclles ney. Bob 102, 182 ney. l,aur.l 91 Maffcy . Maureen 112 Magee, Mage-1. Srcpllen 102 Candy -16 Mlllianey, Don 91. 118 Malmr. George 121 M.111ar, Karen 210. 211 Malur, Kevin 416. 1112, 200, 201 Mallar. Murphy Io. -16. 229 Mall1Ir.Suc 202. 203 Maiwl, Nanq- 11' Malur, Mary Ann 112. 201 Makowski. Dons 91. 186. 192. 202 Malcowski,-lun S. 11. -17. 61, 70. 1111, 158, 186.202.2111 Mallory. Cllmk 119 Mammarclla, Calhlccn S.-12, ISS, 1711 Mammarella. Tony 102 Mander. Laura IIZ Mangam,Nall1an1 102 Margariris. luis 91 Margariris, Penny 102 Mnrsll, Valerlc 112 Marrlcl1i,CamI-1.-17, 155 Marrin,Gary-17.182, 196. 197. 200 Marrin, Lynn 1I,91.1A10,1119 Marrin, Marilyn -17 Marrin,Wlendy91.1S1 Mason. Bob 102 Mason. Danny 102 Masscy..lames 91 Masrcnulessiea 112. 151. 179 Maxrell. Val 17, 711. 1511. 222 1NI,ll11eux.7..l111en 1112 MalIs.l7,1Hn112.I"1 May. M1-111111 102. ln' Mayer. hllella 417. 'N Manaferro. l.ls.l 121 1M11A11111cr.,111n 1112, 1111. 201 111112.11111-1. 1.111111 11. -111, 1-1, 10. 155, los. 11111 Mnifolley. Kalllleen 151 Mdfolley. Rolwerl -1.119 MK Ionnel 1. 111.11111 1I2,186.IN',2"' Mrifornliek, 5111.111 112 Mdfrlllllhllalmex R 11. 16, 112, 1111. 177. 17 M1C.runIlH, Marier -1. 119. 1-111. 177 M1c:11ll.111gl M.e11ll.111,.l Mnifu 1 lougl M1D.lniel, I M1Dern111n 1.Al11err 19 1,U1r1 102 1, 13.11111 ll! 11111.1r.1 1112 . Ann 1111. 112 M1171-rninrr. 11111 S. ", '11, I1'l2.21l1 M1Dermorr. Palm k 200 M1 Dernlorl. Sue 91. I5-1 Mnlllarmld. 51111191 McDonald, M11.Ilael9. 91 M1l711n.lld. Mille -111 1511011-, K.1lI1ie 91, 1"11 M1Gr.1111. 111151. lss MrKell11e. Cliarlex 18 M1 K 1 ndlw. Craig 1111. 1'9 1Wlsl..In1lH, Delwlxle 11. 1115. 91, 1211 M1M11rrr.1y. Rurll 131 MeNalr. Rnndra 102, 151. 171, 222 H Mca1y.M.1r11a 102, 11111. 222 hleawlk. M1rk 411-1, 11-12, 181,211.11 Mcfford, Clyde 112 Melulko. Pam 92 1N1c1xinger.Alo1ln 102 1-1:11-111.11111 101, 182. 200 Melxin. Ruger 92 Menuallrlr. Diane S, 19, 1-111, 151-1, 129 Mcnmrinkulolln 112. 182 Mer1oreIla.lnu 121 Mergellenn,leipzl1R1'i. 1112. 155 Mergellenn. Lynn 11. -19. 1211, 11-1. 1111 Merill.Il.,llm 5. 19.1119.151,I5X.1"41.17S.178 I Merriam, Kalllp 112 Merri11.13el1lw1e 102 Merrill, D11 ne -19. 150. 151. 222 Meselae. Cralg 112. 205 Merrger, I1r lan 102 Meyer. Doug 92. 200 Meyer,.l.1nlne5I Meyer. Margaret 120 Meyers. Dave 103 Meyers. Pam 92 M1rlollo,.lAs 92 Milburn. lillen 102, 199. 201 R Miles. lidcnlk lu M111er.l.lnne 112 Miller. Ted 102. 199 Mil1er.Tlm 102. 199 Miller. T1m 102 Mills. Steve 50 Mir111elI.S1orl112 Mlu llell. Wllllalll 92 Moalx.T11ny 102. 181 Monnlnger. C'1llrlrw11I,1N2 Monmglie. Terry 102 Mlirxly-..1.1nc192. 1-19, 1511, lm, lv-1, lax Moore. Martha 50 Moore. Dede 102. 191. 201 Mmrlng, Brian 102 Mor1.lrrl, Danny 102. 175, 1914 Mmm. D1anc lm, 1211 -19 40 15111rr11.D111111.1101,128 11111rr11,1A1r1 1111 Mons. M1111 92. 95 M1111vy. 11.1r11.1r.192 M11111111111. Turn 102 M111-11rr. 1211 1111 111111-111-r.13111ny 112. 1511. 157 Mu1.'11L'1',1.1l 5. 511. I". 2111 11111I11oon. 1111-n1I.1n 112. 11111 Mulcw. D111' 112 Mu1cs.13.1111150. 152 M1111111111. 1111114111 101 M11rp11y.I1r1.1n 1111 M11rr.1y.1'111r111.1 51. 3112. 105 1111-11. 1a.111,11- 151 My1-rw.M.1r11111111 Mycrs. M11l11. 51. '11 11111-11,111-n11112,11+1 M11-11. 111111111 112 M11-11, 811111 112. 1111 11111-11, S111-1111111 112. 1111-1 My11.111g11.-11111-1, 51. 157, 152. 1511. 185 1N1y11.111g11.,111c 112.2110 Myn.111g11, Mary 51, 113. 151. 151. 1511. 175 N1'.1ry. 1'.11r11i.1 1511, 157 Nc111'111w111.1nn,1411115 112. 1511, 157 Nci11111111.D111n1-1111 Nu11111'rgcr. I'.1111.1 112 N1'11111.1n. M11'11cl1' 112. 151 Nc11111.1n.1111ku 1111. 1111. 222 Nc11n.11.1rry 1111 Ncun. 15ri.111 112 Ncw1111n11. 121151. 151 N11111. Mi111c1c 112, 1511. 17-1 N1111-y.l11111.151,151.1511.212.322 No11..1.11n1-1 112 N1111n. A111C'IZ.11I1.155,l"2.1"9 No1.1r1. '1'1111y11. 7. 51. IIN. 1112 N11us1L'1n.1.1s.1 1111 Nucnlv. S1111 -12. 1511. 157. 1511 O,11u.,l111c1 1511 0'11r11'n..11'f1rc'y 52 11'1i1111n1'11. l.111r11- 11111, 1111 11'1T111111c1l.1111111111 111. 1-11-1 11'1fo111wl1. S111.11111c 5. 51. 111. 1111. 15114. '11 O'C1111ncr.-1111111 112 0'D.1y.11r1.1111l11.152. 222 O'D.1y. 51111r11r1 151 011c11. Di.1nr -1. 51 0g.1111s,-lmly 1511, 157 0'1I,lu. T001 92 O'Hcim, Virgnxu 110 0111cr,C11r1 105 0'Mcar11. Gary 92 Oppcll. D.1v111 125 0'RC111y.1..1U1'21119, 55. 155. 1511, 17-1. 175 Onmn. D.1vi1192 Orm.1n, Mark 152 Orman, P11y1l1a 5. 9, 55. 77, 81,1-111.I511,15 0s1ng.MA1'i11n 127 11w1-n1,1I.1111y 1511, 157. 175 0wcns,jo11n 1111 Owcns,j1111c 5, 52.1511.1511.157 P111111111 1'agn111 1.1.C1r11Ic 92 1.1, Rus: 151111105 Pp1inc..l11c 21111 1'a1nc.T11n11111y 1111 Pa1111cr,,11111y 222 P11 11111. I..111rcn 5 2 P.1r111y, Wendy 92 Parr. Chris 105 155 1.222 1'.1rr.,1.111111 5.11. 52. 711 17.11'l11.'. S1L'1L"21. 157, 11152 I'.1ync. '1'11n1 105 1'u.1111. 111-.mk 92 1'C.1111.,I1111n 92 1'f.1w, 111115111 1-111. 21111 126.1112 Slew 51 1'cr11111-.Clxip 92. 1511 I'crr1. I1r1.1n 1111.1119. 222 Porn . Pcrry. Perry . Perry. 13.1111 5. 5 5. 156. 15-I I-1.11 92. 21111 T.11111111' 105, 191. 222 T11111 91, 122 Pc1crx. D1.1nc 1111 Pcrcrx. R.11111v 105 Pclcrw, S.1m 12 5 Pvlvra. Tim 51. 1110, 196 121-11-rwn. Iiri1.1 10.55. 1511 P11111-1. C1roI 112. 151 I'1crc111.lf11ris I'9 1'ik1111n1s, Gm 55 Pironc,.lc.1nn1' 5-1 1'1cin. P111 1111 P111a.11, Tom 511 Poulin. Rcncc 92. 150. 151 Pou11n.Ri1k101,152.17-1.222 Prcllcr. 151115 105 1'rcv1111o. 151i111.1cl 92. 205 Prinn. 12111111111 Pro11cn,1i11cry15-1.1511.151,151-1. 175. 222 Provoxr. Arric 111.1 1'111s..I.1y11c 5-1, 158. 222 P11r11p.151'n1c 55, 78, 112.151.I115.1lv1 Quig1cy.N.1ncy 1111 11.1111-n11.I1111 111-1. 21111 R.11lo. M1kc 111. 55. 511. 711. 1112. 21111. 2111 Ralsron. Cram 55 R.115111n,,l1n1 101, 152 111111:1'11. 1'v11'r111. 1 114. I-111. 111' 111111.-1.511.111-1 -11. :1111 R111gc1y.S1c1111 1111 11113111.12-111111111 Rngglc. Ron 91 R11u.D1.1n.1101.175 11111-1.IJom111 1111c1.,1.1m1'. 511 R111-1. K1-1111 511 11110. Nc.1l IN1 R11-11-1.1.1rr1-21. 15s. 1112. 111-1. 2118. R-1.1nu. Dcsxru' 1111 Ro.1m'. .I1111 1111 Ro.111v.'. l..1r.11r1c 511 1111111-r11on.R11151n 11 1111. 1511.200 Ro11i11111n. I21or.1 111 R11111. 5111.111 95.111 R111111: lf.1r111111c 117.21111 Ro.11c.Rov.-n1.1ry 5. 52. 151. 155 R11c111cr.-1111111 1111. 151. 221 R111-1111-r. Mollie 1511. 1511 Rogers. CI1cr1191 Rogcrx. C1111111c 1111 R11gn'r5,l1rr-11 57 R11gcr1.,1c1157. 222 1111111-r1..l111-5.111.5'.71.'1-.113.1511 Ro1l111.1n. l.i1.1 191 R11111111111. 151.111 N1-1191. 1511 Iloomw. 1111111111 -11. 2111 nw R111111r.'y. 1X1.1r1CI1L' 1. 511. 11511. 192. 2112, I111onc1.S111-11+1.111'.1112.2111. R1151'n111'r1:1.'r. 121.-111111-91. 1 111 11 11-1. S11.1ron 511. 221 1i11m111.'1wc1. Kirk 1. 51-1. 1511 Ro111c. 1111111 1111 111111111.1v.1I1.111111c171.1111.1-11.2115 Roicr. 111.111 91 R11111. R111-11-11. 3:1 R1111. V11141L' 91 Ru1sC11.K1111101.105. 155. 1'-1 1142. 11111 101 R.11111m.1'1155,711. 1111. 155. 162. 222 R31'1Pi111.l. Avia 55, 1591. IR41.19Z. 2111 Rmpp. Ken 11. 55. 71. 156.151 179 R.111.1.11111.1 1115. 151 11111. M1110 92 11.1111 -.11 k. 11c111 1111 R1'11.1n 111. I..1n1c 15. 2115 Rl'x1.1r1uN. 51-LIL!-1,15. 55.1-12,151. 1524 111111. 11.111 55 Rc11.1. 151115 92 RMI. Rc-n.11c 188 Rr:t'11l'1', Nan1y92. 1-12. 151, 158. 222 Rwx. 15r.11192, I77, 196, 210.211 Rcvsc.C11r1s 92 Rcigncr, l1:s11c 5. 56 Rc1nc1kc.Tcrric 92, 151 Rrllc. Paul 155. 208 Rq-c11i, Harney 92, 182, 199. 205 Rcpm11cr.Olivc 11.5 Rc11cha1n,Mary 222 Rc11r1111c,.1o11n 1, 57 Reyes. A1111 101 Reyes. D.1vi1191 Rice, Iirmn 57. 112 Ri111. Sin11y95. 154. 222 Ri1'1111r11s..Ic11 95 Ri111nr11s. K11111y 57 Ri11111r11s11n, Par 57 Ri111.1r11111n.T11ny 101 Riddle. Debbie 51. 1111 Ridgely. Debbie 1111 Ri11gc1y.Di1n11 56,151. 222 Ri1lgc1y,Karcn 101 R11111-11. 1.1m 514. 1-11. 21111 R1.1n.Dc11n1s1111.199 Ry .111. 81.11. I 81111. 1 S.111o. T1111 101 511111116 95. 151 71n11111191 5110111 I. 59, 811. 151.158.1119 S.111.1l.111111,1. Violcr 101 S1l1.1111. Dec 111 Ssndx. R.xyn.1n1 1151 S.1nf111ip11.R1M 101. 1511, 157. 225 511515. Mike 1111. 1111. 2119 S.l11i1CWI1I. S1rp11.lr1lC 11.91. 1511. 151, 1119 S.111crf1cl11, Nan1y59.71'1. 1-12. 156.157, 151-1 S.1u1cr.I5111 1111 S111ac1cr, 1211411 175 Sn11.1z'1L'r. W111iJ111 101 S1111ngc1k.Ro1tr11-12.1511.157 S.11n111k1cy. Bmw 1211. 21111, 2111 S111mi111.1ii11vn 151. 196, 197. 202 s.111m11nn,,1111m111 Srhununn, 111111011 59 S1'11wa11111. George llv. 59 S111b1v:.GIr:nn156. 157 Smohcc, R11ss.4'11 95 Som. 1il11.11x111 1211, 11111 Stal, Tim 199. 2011 Srgur11.P111r11ia 5, 59 SC11C1'5, 151111 101. 1914, 2111, Z51 Shaffer, M.1rgur1:1 11, 59 SIur1u11gh. Mnhclc IM, 188. 192. 201 Shocks, Ronnie 101 S11i11lc11,15ra11 IM Sl1if,1lCKt.lX'll.1 111 Sliiillctt. R.11l1.1t'l 111 Shi1flett.110n 101 51117-pe'e.,lt1l1n 101. 1111 Sliipttmky. Mtdiele 93 Slttxla. Laura 156, 157. 206 Shoemaker. Glen 59. 79. 2011 Shoenlwerger. Kathy 91 Slioenfelxler. Marlt 91. 222 Sliowe. Shreve. Tom 9-1 Dun 101 Sl1rews1111ry. lilenitn 101 Sliyrtxlc. Valerie 91. 1-12. 1-19. 156, 157 Sl1t1Il,lLsl1e 151 Si.t11rm.1itis.Vi1t0r 222 Siegert. l1tute 91 Siehler, Mark 91 Signorino. Debbie 101 Sikora. Siktvra, Silcora. Dan 16, 101. 1111. 209 Date -1, 59. 1112, 2011 Ken 7. 1111, 91. 1112, 2011. 226 Sima. Barb 161. 202 Sinn. Mike 60 Six, Melissa 101 Dia11e9I.150,151.151,151-1.1711 Slterry. Nuta 151 Slohotla, Brenda 61 Sn1ink,Dawn I1-1.151 Smink. Stan 61 Smith, Anne 121, 17-1 S111itl1.11r11ce125. 1116. 199 Smith. Smith. Dianne 1-17 Smith. Helen 1,15 Smith, laura 91 Smitherman, Bonnie 60, 166, 1116. 201 Snatler. Ri1l1anl60. 2011 Snead. Anne 60, 15-1, 173. 179 Snead, Kim 11, 60. 79. 15-1, 155, 1511. 172 Sntu111er.je11 91 Snytlct,,lolin 91 Snytler, William 91 Soholeaki. Dennis bl Sobuleski, Kathleen 91 Solant1,M.1ryAnn1-1,61,122,155.161.166 Sones.,lannt-tte 101 S6r1x1.11etty 61. 1-111 Sorbo. 11015-1. -1-1, ful. 156. I57, 1611 S0rg,jt1.1nne 9-1. 151, 155 Surg, Mir1t11' 5. 2-1, 51,f12. 77,l51,155,157, Sosciaulran 91. 1511, 11111, 192. 202 Sotak, Roseanne 62. 155 Spangler, Gary 101 Sp:1ngler.janetf1.62, 71. 1-19, 151, 156, 157, Spath. Duttie 9-1 Spear. Susan 101 Spittel, Sports. Stott 101 David 111-1. 205 Sprague.janix 151 Sprague. Hill -1. 62. 1711 Staitikerulenny' 101 Stahley. Du-id 65. 110, 205 Stanton, Sant1y91. 153, 1115.101 Stel5bin1,Ton1 105. 175 Steen, Terri 63. I-12, I-19. 150. 151. 156, 157. Steiner. Laura 151 Steiner. Vin ky 6.1, 15,1 Steinwetlal, Laura 105 Stershif. Marianna l05.l'1X1 Stetshiv. Mary 175 Stevens Stewart .A1Cnl1ie9-1, 1-16, 151,15,1,1511 .l..1ura-1,65,116.155,158,175 Stinson.M.1r1t -at. 196. 210, 21 1. 250 Stitzman. Antly 101. 111-1 Stoker, Karen 91 179 158. 1116. 201 1511, 169 Stoll. Barry 1111 Stolte.-John 191 Stone. Donald 91 Swv. Sandy 105, 19.5. 201 Straelile. Betsy 209 Stratmann, laxri 202. 205 Strickler, Valentina 129 Stroehle, Betsy 209 Srroesaner. Patil 2911 Strtm, David 9-1. 1111. 1119, 205. 222 Sturm, Teresa 105. 1117 Sturm, Susan 105 Sullivan, Danny -1. 6, 1-1. 111, M Sullivan, Nelson 9-1 Sunimers, Mike 105 Sutherlnntl. Craig 1111. 209 Sutherland. Namy 6.1, 156 Sutton. tiindy 94. ue. iss. 1711 Svennon . Hott 91 Swartz, Beth 65 Swearman, Diana 63. 151, 151 Swearman,,Ief1 105 Swef, Mark 105 Swiney, Carol 61 Tablet. S ue Ann 1111 Takesian. Paulette 105, 299 Tall, Theresa 105 Tall, Tony 9-1.1112, 200 Tangircs, Anthony 9-1, 2011 Tzlngires, Charlie 105. 111-1, 209 Taylor, Hugh 65, 152 Taylor, Toni 105 Teague.-loan 65. 212 Terpening. Hob 111, 1142. 210, 211 Uieiss. Billy 105,222 Thiclemann, Brooke 91. 201 Thielemann, Page 187 111im.jenni9-1,156,157 Thomas. David 65. 77 '171omas, Karen -1 'l'hompson,,1oBeth 105, 175 Thompson, Mike 5, 60.65, 1112 Thomton. Tim 5. 12.61. 157, 2011 Thurr. Carie 105 Tltorr, Sue 11, 56. 61. 1-121. 2011 Totltl.-jeff 94, 177, 196, 210 Tot1t1. Liz 105 Tolley, Doug 91, 199. 2011 Trantcr. 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Kevin 95 ' Zabonki, Donna 105 7A'1lmer.,l0sepl1 95 7.ellm.1r. Kathy 68. 1111 Zeltman. Karen 95 7.cntgrz11'.D11:1ne 222 Zcntgrai. Diane 95 Ziegler, Carolyn 95. 1511 Zimn1crn1av1.YIo.1nn 95.11Z. 151. 15-1. 1511. 206 722 Zimmerman. Martha 156, 157. 212 Zipprian, 11ettv 105 Z1tt1.,loanne 611 Yamltaa. Nnk121.1'X1 N W A-li""k'N rf' r - Spaghetti Dinner sponsored by the Chorus. V O F CE'- 2' With the end of the year p drawing close, the Year- 0, 'QNX book Staff decided to Q 1 include thoughts and ideas ., which had not been previ- . . Q ously explored. Thus, the mgir Endpapers were born. These f --::. last eight pages of VAL- HALLA serve as a conclu- sion and tribute to the spir- ited year of 1976. 31 fi' 1 45' A2 my Xp Vg rx! Riverboat Night I Q 44 1.9. -Q e ..Vi. , ,pf gff,,qv-uf' M s -'15 Yeah, I'm a senior, so what about it? So there's only two weeks left of school, and then I'm out in the big world. Can't wait until graduation night . . .,itt's gonna be great. I'll cruise up front, grab that diploma, say "thanks buddy ,," and run. S'pose I don't know where I"m running to, though. Before , all I did was follow the'rest of those darn rowdies. I knew I could always find someone at a game , a party , McDonald's, somewhere J But now it's gonna be different. We're all going to take off and try to make it on our own. Listen to this joke - letting graduation get to him after twelve years of being a hard guy. Oh, geez . . . Yea, it's time to make the scene in class . . Q guess I might even miss that when it's over. Check ya later, buddy! Thanks, see ya, bye. , I X s 'Ii' it 0 5 -. .,,, ' I Q ' ,wr-Wi Q-will 1' are 1, r X .ik X N 'X ww. It's graduation and it's unbelievable that I'm here. They'll call my name in a few minutes, and I'll walk up to receive my diploma . . . where do I go from here? I've always had the security of the school routine and its activities, surrounded by the friends I was so familiar with. Now we'll all be going in different directions, and I wonder how long it will be before the memories that meant so much start to fade. After twelve years of this you would think I would be ' ready to move on, but I feel like I'm leaving a part of me behind. Maybe that's good though, because I really have changed in the four years that I've been here. Well, pretty soon they'll get tolmy name. Then I'll be up there, and it'll be all over. In a way, I guess everything's really just beginning. . gy. I ,rr 5' I if X. 245 . ,, ., Q-it 5. gfff' gx ., ,vw lx, Q ,...., W, .,.-4aAq..V. . 'L+ -V h 1 1 N Qt , I K QM.. .xg fi i ,hi ,K Q. qw- A:- 1 . H. , . n X ft: i 2 1 Q ,, V. .,......-.aw ..-am..-... -.-.... - vs' --'f' - -U . ., ., --vnu.-vo, . ... , L i H M , . . ' .-. .., .. .-5 ...- A .- A Q 1 . , 4' I ,W . "" p Q A atc- . X l r Lesley Llewelyn Bond 1949-1976 40 cffsoeyl 0 0' Mffwbgimw Jilcilaaw 21-I--"M" I J -47 fa! 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' 1 WA: M ..., 4 0 l976 Valhalla Staff Co-Editors Donna Dembeck, Pain Perry Advisor Ms. Eleanor Gnizak THE YEAR OF SPIRIT ATHLETICS DOUHH Dembffk Kirk Rossrneissl, Section Editor Pam Perry Karen Davis Craig McKindles Edie Klein UPPER SCHOLARS Llndijiflef Jake Parr, Section Editor Pam a DOHH21 Clark SHOPKEEPERS Ellen Hanna Cheryl Proffen GRADUATES' FRIVOLITIES Judy Ammer, Section Editor Alice Noon Laura Stewart SCHOLARS Nancy Sutherland, Section Editor Becky Hardy Lori Jennings Edie Klein EDUCATORS Bryan Denson, Section Editor Linda Bishop Patty Haldeman Debbie Rosenberger Lori Waters SOCIETIES Sharon White, Section Editor Amy Keepers Pat Ralston Terri Steen PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS Judy Ammer, Section Editor Lynn Mergehenn Alice Noon Laura Stewart Debbie Wallich, Section Editor Diane Foreman Cindy Sutton ARCHIVES I Patty Haldeman Lynn Mergehenn ENDPAPERS Donna Dembeck Pam Perry Debbie Wallich PHOTOGRAPHY Roy Grant Ken Katzen Lance Rectanus Kirk Rossmeissl Danny Sullivan Neil Woolf Segall Majestic ARTWORK Donna Dembeck Joe J eske Pam Perry Tom Perry Cheryl Proffen Kirk Rossmeissl Nancy Sutherland , wcbccxb' UNF xr! 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